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THE PRES S.
THtntSDAY-
.DKCBIHBEK 39
A WINTER VISION OF JUNE.
Clot tb ibattora-dnw Mm curtains 'tl chill
Dtewta night;
ill day long th mlitr fringe on th bill have
pained my light;
All day long, with linking spirit, lilting by mr
window seat, , ,
I Imt listened to th moaning of thi south wind,
and thi beat
Of th rain upon th window, to tb itghlng of tb
Art,
Wall th bum, impatient, Idled with silent, tune-
1MB lyT.
Oftsa In th solsmn pauses of th winlsr thrMt'nlng
I beheld 'a vlsloned aminer balmy, mellowed,
tintad, um.
I beheld glowing pletnr, of th Tr-blMMd Juno,
And th flossy dew-miit stealing underneath th
riling noon,
1 beheld (ring of purple trailing down tb wastern
TillNt' tonhed tb far horizon, whsrtth twilight
shadows He;
Over held tb sky wu cloudltM, ear flinty hex
Lib a nil upon th forehead of tb itiff'nlng core
of day;
. Ob by on th tarry legion into constellations
wheeled,
'Till the arm of heaven wsre blazoned grandly on an
aaor Held.
faded all. A wintry pallar overspread th lUrry
plain; .
Jua, th blue-eyed, and tb wseping, fld befor th
winter rain
Fled, affrighted by December and th south wind's
. gad refrain.
Homb ArFBOTioNS. The ' heart has
affections that never die. The rough
Tubs of the world cannot obliterate thorn.
They are the memories of home early
home. There is a magio Bound. Thoro
is the old tree, under whioh the light
hearted boy swung many a day; yondor
is the river in which he learned to swim;
there is the house in which he knew a
parent's protection nay, there the room
in whioh he romped with brother and
sister, long since, alas I laid in the yard
in whieh he must soon be gathered, over
shadowed by yon old church, whither,
with a joyous troop like himself, he had
often followed his parents to worship with,
and hear the good old man who ministered
at the alter. ,Why,.even the verysohool-
' house, associated in youthful days with
thoughts and tasks, now comes to brih
pleasant remembrances of many occasions
that call forth some generous exhibitions
of noble traits of human nature. There
is where he learned to feel some of his
first emotions. There, perchance, he
first met the being who, by her love
and tenderness in life, has maao a homo
for himself happier than that which his
childhood had known. There are cer
tain fellings of humanity and those, too,
among the bestthat oan find no appro
priate place for their exercise only at
one's fireside. There is a privacy of that
whieh it was a species of desecration to
violate He who seeks wantonly to violate
it is neither more nor less than a villain;
and hence there exists no surer test of
the debasement of morals in a community
. than the disposition to tolerate in any
mode the man who invades the sanctity
of private life. In the turmoil of the
world, let there be at least one spot where
the poor man may find affection and confidence.
Difference iir thb Rearing Fkench
and English Children. In France tho
child is brought up, developes itself,
grows, and studies under the eyes of its
mother. If he walks, she watches him;
if he speaks, she listens; if he weeps, she
pities him; if he laughs, she laughs with
him; if he plays, she joins him. His
thoughts, emotions, tears or smiles, joys
or griefs, all are shared.. The family
is not numerous, hardly more than two
or three brothers and sisters, but this little
world lives nnder the eyes of the father
and mother; anxious, ative, foreseeing
affection of the latter anticipates their
wants and wishes. In England there is
nothing paralloL There you will not find
the tender intimacy and foresight of our
domestio hearths. Almost as soon as a
ohildis born it is confided to strange
hands a French woman or German
takes care of it, and teaches it her own
language. Later, it joins its numerous
brothers and sisters, and plays and stud
ies with them, under the eare of a gov
erness. Once a day, at lunoh, the father
and mother descend and mix with their
children; and in these short moments,
when the family is united, I do not know
whether respect does not olose their young
mouths and restrain the rapture of their
youthful hearts. The repast finished,
the noisy recreation follows, animated
and joyous, far from their parents, in
generate apartments, under the cold and
indifferent eye of the governess. M.
Loisne's France and England Considered.
A Thndbr Parting with a Lazt Lad.
A late reverend clergyman, who was as
well known for his eocentrioities as his
talents, one day sent his son, a lazy lad,
about twelve yean of age, to catch his
horse. The boy was sauntering along
with an ear of corn in one hand, and the
bridle in the other, dragging the reins
along on the ground.'
"Oliver?" said the father, calling after
him in a solemn tone of voioe, "come here,
Oliver, I want to say a word to you before
you go."
The lad returned, and the parson prc
. ceeded.
"You know, Oliver, I have given you a
great aeal ot gooa counsel. louxnowl vc
taughtyou, before olosingyour eyes, to say,
"Bow I lay ma down to ileep," o.
besides a good many other things in the
" way of exhortation and advice. But this
is the but oririortunitv I mav ever havn
of speaking to you. I couldn't let it pass
without giving you my parting advioe.
Be a good boy, Oliver, and always say
AL.lJl.ll " I.-'. O.? i " 1 '
mi at pretty prayer ueiure uuiDg K Bleep,
I fear I shall never see yon again."
As he said this in a very sad and solemn
manner, the poor boy began to be fright
ened, ana burst 'into ..tears with this
exclamation r- " '
"You'll never see me again, pa?"
' "No-rfor I shall prohobly die bofore
yon get back with the horse I"
A GoLDBir Thought. We know not
the author of the following, but it is one
of the most beautiful productions we have
ever read:
"Nature will be reported. All things
are encased in writing their own history.
The plant and the pebble go attended by
their own shadows. The rock leaves its
scratches on the mountain side, the river
its onanmu in the soil, the animal loaves
its bones in the stratum, the fern and the
i leaf their modest epitaph in the coaL
The falling drop makes its sepulchre in
the sand or stone; not a footstep in the
snow or alone the ground, but trints in
characters more or less lasting, a map of
its march; every act of men inscribes
itself on the memories of its fellows, and
in hu own Moe. i The air is lull or sound;
the ' sir of tokens the eround is all
memoranda signatures, and every object
.is- covered over with hints which speak
to the intelligent r r " .
MISCELLANEOUS.
HARRISON & COLLIN'S'
CENTRAL BES-HIVl GALLERY, oor-'
nr of fifth and Wee tern-row. Photograph,
Melainotype and Ambretypei taken cheaper than
elsewhere In the oity, Oil Colored Photograph
mad of all elses, from lib to the smallest miniature,
Plotures neatly net in Loeksti, Breast-pins, finger
rings and Bracelet. All work warnan ted.
nele-ar A. 8. BLOOM. Artlit
BOOKS FOR M HOLIDAY!!
QRTIAT
Q-IFT BOOK
ESTABLISHMENT
LOCAXSD PERMANENTLY. J
No. 38 WJB8T , FOURTH.8TREET,
Kut to Smith Nixon' Hall.
o
WING TO THE UNPARALLELED STJC-
tllCHS we have met with for the lait month, we
bar leased the spacious and elegant store. No. K
Weat jrourio-iirati, ana out. maue great auumoni
to our atocfe of Book and Jewelry, and are now pre
pared to offer greater Inducement than ever, we
hare a s'plsndia aeeortment of Annual Album and
Gift Book for B'ellday preenta, in rich and superb
binding!, elegantly illustrated. All Book sold at
the lowest retail iirioe.
A SPLENDID GIFT,
Worth from lft.r cent U tlOO, will b gWen with
ertry look loleV,
Presents' to be Given Away:
Patent Lerer Gold Watche, worth $100 each.
Ladle' Sold Hunting Oaeee, worth.,.. 60 each.
Ladle' Solid Gold Online, worth............ 18 each.
Bilrer Watche. worth from.,.-..... Sl to each.
Sold Neck Chain, 'worth . -,....,-. 12 each.
Gold Bracelets, wortii......-..........x 10 eaob.
Set ot Jewelry, wort h from. f 10 to 36 eaeh.
Set Solid Bitter Teal ipoone, worth.-. ...... 10 each.
Silk DreMee, worth-. MMM Maaoh.
ALSO A rarlery oi' uiefal and ralnabl article!
aot enumerated a dots, worth from fifty cents to V.
A. A. KBLLKY)
rubliibar and Olft Bookwll.'' Vt lonrth.
fdollbr
PURE WIN ES & LIQUORS
FOR. THE HOLIDAYS.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING REMOVED
to his new building, No. tl Weat Thlrd-itreet,
Dolween w ainui ana v in, new khts hi can your at
tention to tne louowing aruciee, oi nil own lmpq
tinn. moat of them havlnff been eleetud nereoni
fitirinir a reeent nleaenra tour in jnrone. and on
chawed from the grower for cuh; consequently, they
can be sold at a Tory low figure, having no commis
sions or pne to add to the original coit.
All articles warranted puro ind genuine. Ho Imi
tations kept in the establishment. '
Champagne Wine, of the most celebrated brands,
In quarts, pints and half pint.
Still and Sparkling Catawba Wines.
Rhenish w ine. of various brands, of tb best qua-ity-rlnt.
mi.
St. Julien and Chateau Margaux Claret, in ciiei
and caski.
JTin Old Fort Wine, in oases-Tlntage 1837.
Fin Old Madeira, in cases-vintage 1840.
Fine Old Sherry, in case,
in Old Madeira and Fort Wines, on draught.
Fine Old Bravdie of the molt celebrated brands,
' Old Scotch, aid Irish Whiskies.
Prussian and Bourbon Whiskies.
Jamaica and Santa Croix Kara.
Holland Qia and Schiedam Schnapps.
Cherry, Bap berry and Blackcerry BraodiM.
Lavender Brandy,
Kust India, Vienna and 8wlns Stomach Bitters.
Fine Havana Cigars, of various brands. -
Frn.li imoortntionof fine labia Oil. French Mm.
tard, Sardine, Ac.
HKNTtT BBAOQHANN,
delJ-oedtJal 8 Third-street, near Vine, Oin'tl.
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SBWIA'G M1CIIINBN
SIOUBED BT BIOKNT LITTKB8 FATKNT.
THIS MACHINE HAS SEEN PRO
NOUNCED by all competent Judge, whe
have een it, to be the beet and moat desirable Fam
ily Sewing Maobine ever Introduced, reaardle
f prlee. It will ew all kinds of family goods,
from tbe very thickest to the very finest tobrics made,
and uses all kind of thread, from No. 8 to 200,
N ell la iopi ine luaenine.
Hnd for a circular, or call and lee it In o Deration.
Upon early application, State and County Bight may
be sec area.
An nergetio person can make a fortnn in a short
time. Agent wanted in all unsold territory.
Be le and exclusive agent for tbe United States.
scjjlifat Wat fourth-street, Ololnntti.
PUEE AIK!
New Mode of Ventila.ion!
Call and See One of
SAWYER & CO'S
PATENT
Heiting and Ventilating Furnaces,
In operation at
CHAMBERLAIN A CCVB
Btoit Wato-rooms, Noa. tl and (3 Vine-it,
(Below Columbia.)
Sawyer & Co.
-fawn
Coal Cooking Stove,
AWABBKD TBI BILVXS UKOAIi
ATIHS
STATE FAIR,
Held at Zanesvllle, Octobers 1859.
MANUFACTURED BT
SAMPLE AND SALE-ROOMS,
TXom. SI and 53. Vlnc-gt.,
(Seoonol door Below Columbia,)
CINCINNATI. OHIO.
Doocml
PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
BAGS, for Grocers, Drugilsts, Tea Dealers end
others, made from extra quality of Wrapping, Ma
nUlaand White Tea Paper.
300,000 No. 1 Wrapping and Manilla;
300,000 No. 2
300,000 No. S
200,000 No. 4 ' "
300,000 No. 6 "
200,000 No. "
2110,000 No. 10
200,0110 No. 12 .
: 200,000 N.15 -200,000
N. 18 . '
200,000 No.20 ,
200,000 No. 26
. 1 200,000 No. 1 Whit Tea Bags;.
200,000 No. 2
' 200)0No. 3 ."
Th above am ant tin In eaitkuM nf son k... unh
We are manufacturing from Txty to sevenirfir
tnousana stags per day
NIXON A OHATTIILT).
Fnper Bag Manofaoturers,
And Wholesale Piper Dealers,
oca
77 spa 7 wemni-etnjtti.
HoUday Gifts, &o.
WB INVITE ATTENTION TO THE
larg and beautiful assortment of FANCY
GOODS, which w have just received for the Holi
days i Bohemian Bottles, Pearl Jewel Gaskets, Bo
hemian Caskets, Pearl Card Oases, Bohemian Boxes,
Pearl Porte-monnales, Bohemian Puff Boxes, Pearl
Inlaid Brushes, Ao. for ills at very low prices.
ALBERT BOBS, Druggist,
rieU B. W. cor. Klghth-st. and Western-rew.
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
T
HIS EXCELLENT ARTICLE IS FOR
sal by ALBUBT BOSS, Drngglit,
on
B. W. ear. KUhth-st. and Western-row.
w
ILLIAM DI3JTEV, ATTORNEY
AT UWi unesi Building, Bo. Isst Third.
Oaft-af
BUSINESS CARD3 '
; Door IiOCKS,"
R. E. CAR AND SWITCH LOCKS,
i V Door and Qt-8priflg, ..
HO U 8 E B E L L M AT E RIALS,
SILVER-PLATED DOOR-PLATES,
Bella Hung, Keys Fitted. ;
Th public are respectfullr Invited to oall and ex
amine the various pattern! and prioe. . All Jobbing
promptly attended to
GEOBGB MoGBKGOE,
no2om No. 131 rifth-itrt,M door from Bac. ,
3 . A. B. COLVILLE, . fl
No. 41 tut Seeond-Mnet, between Systunore and
Broadway, Oinolnnatl, keep evory description of
(Jeanter, Flnrform, Vattl Railroad Depot
. ,, and Traek 8ealea Truol?
., .,' . Iron Wofjosuis oVo. . vi L
Bepairng don on the shortest notice. ' nol-tss. '
B. KITTREDGE & CO
1134 MAIN STBEET, CIS 01 NATI, 0.
. KITREDQE & FOL50M,
it St. Oniric stret, Nw Orlian, La
Importoro ofGaa cV gportln Atarata
' AID DlaLIBS IK OUI FOWDIS. '
RAILROAD HOTEL,"
(fronting the Steamboat Landing.) '
North-eait corner Broadway and front,
CINCINNATI, 0.
E. LEVERING, Proprietor.
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MaHDrAOTDMBS aJTD PEaXIBg
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ' ALL
klndi of Mattresses and Bedding, at the old
stand. No. 136 Sycamore-street, east side, Htween
Fourth and fifth-streets, seventh store above
fourth-street. Church Pews lined and cushioned
All orders promptly attended to. . o-l-cm
TT si A 1fTrDTilT.r B, Cf
u.. vyxxixa. ojxj am vvi
ItTANUFACTURBRS OF BAR, 6MXBT
Ktc. Also, Agents tor toe dale of irouton Htvrf Nitili
Wareroomi No. 1ft KMt tknontl Streak, OiirtiiDftt t
HMTAU kiotla Iron mtvle to orfler. ' J 10ft
IiEIi)JEltX BYLt
'1 LEANER OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
V Mo. 99 Sixth-street, between Viu and Mace, in
the Uedlcal College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ferseoi who
may favor him with their patronage,can rely punc
tuality and low prices.
P
u-ay
ilioney ! Money! Money!
LOANOPPICE.
Removed from SO Weat HUtfc.atrael.
MONEY LOANEDON WATCHES, JEW
KliltY and all kinds of Mercbandlse. at low
rates of Interest, at No. 172 Vine-street, between
fonrtlt and rjftiu. V
PHILADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 8IX nFTH-STBKET, SOUTH BIDE,
(Near the corner of Tine,)
C. t,. VlfJKKRS, Proprietor.
Oysters and Oamo served in all styles. Meals stall
hours . nolcm .
O. P. JL1AS'
Sew Wholeialo ,
WATC1I & JEWELRY HOUSE
18 West Fourth Street
Where can be had every article appertaining to tbe
Bnslness at much le price, for CABI1, than
hu ever before been offered le thli market. '
GIVE -US A CALL
And see for yourselves. , ; apl
WM. WHITAKER,
JBWILBB)
No. MX N. n. Oor. fifth and Lodge street, between
Walnut aud Vine. Oinolnnatl.
A good assortmentof BILVBUand PLATED W ABA,
8PBUTAOI18, etc, kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Gleaning and Bepairlna
Watches and Jewelry. my 10
BEGG9 it SMITH, No. 6 Weat 4th St.
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware and Diamonds.
A fin assortment of Plated Tea Btl and Cutlery
and Opera Glasses. 134
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DR. SAM'L SILSBEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
"TUB SKIN, BHKUMATISU, DISEASES Of
WOMEN, and such Ohronlo complaint a may be
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmoaathlo svitem
ofhlsoffloe.
Vapor, Bulphnr, Iodine. Arsenic Heronry. Tnr.
kish, Busslan and Electro-Ohemloal Baths, a Dl
pensary of Medicine, and (very manner of Ileotrlo
tad Magnetic Apparatu.
NO. 57 WEST BKVBNTH-BTBKBT. I
eufOBlce h.nri A. M. to 5 mlt-)JI
R. 8. NEWTON, N, D.
Office, 90 Weit Seventh Street, i
irrwii. tiki ird bao.
104
O. E. NEWTON, M." D.
Orrtcs-Ne. 90 West Seventh street, between Vine
ud Bac. KasiDiNca-No. it Seventh street, be-
WM. M. HUNTER.
DENTIST,
ao ' 806 VJn-treet.
J. TAFT, i
(Hoooeasor to Knowlton A Taft.) !
DENTIST, ;
Na.SSWetFonrthSt.i beuWaloatoV Vine
CINCINNATI, OHIO. ; I
sepM
MADAMS ELLIS, M. D., HAS F0IJNP
a, at last Just what the ladies hav lens ntedeo
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dls
JSu0' cJ?Iine Nature; Inflammation of tb
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, ftmfho Urethra,
Prolapsus or railing of tbe Womb. Talnful Menstru
alion.Chloroiii. Amenorrhea: in fact, a perfect car
ij guarranteed by the use of from two to Ave bottle
ative and Urinary Organs, of male pr female, no
Madame ELLIScalls particular attention to th
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug,
gists of Cincinnati. ,
"To mi Posuo ahd thi hunts m Patiooiab.-
We, the underslgued, are not in the hsbit of giving
our name to Patent Mediolnes; but knowing well tb
Ijady Physician, and th medicine called tbe TJterln
Kllxir. we cheerfully recommend it to all female
suffering from Vernal Diseases of any kind; it Is
purely vegetable, and In no case oan do Injury; wc
say to all try, and our word for it, you will find ict
Mof. F. D. HILL. Drweist.
epff 'OornerAOf Fifth andB"freeS.'
MADAME ELLIS'S VpANISH SIMTji
LATINO COUGH AND LIVER B A ISAM
cures, without fail, pains in the Breast, Bank,
S1??. 0T ymbJi Roughs, Ooldi, Hoarseness, Dlffl'
oiUty of Breathing, Unadacbe, Platnlenor. Heart.
yiuiy 01 ureatning, ileadacbe. Flatnlenoy, Heart'
uurn. vnronio Uiieumatism, Bullous Oholtc, Cramp
Cholio, Griping Pain of th Bowel, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, horn or Appetite, and In Fain,
ful Menstruation it Is a oertaln core, and gives
mmediate re lef. In any of th above diseases
it will give relief In twenty minutes, and a norma-,
nent enre by the use 0 r two bottles. Only 50 cents
per bottle-M cheap that every person can get It.
N. B. For sale y V, D. HitL, Druggist, cornel
of Kac and Fiftb-stasets; JTD. PARK, corner of
onrin ano wainui; buibb, xJOKBTEIN A Co.,
corner Vine and fourth; JOHN DICKSON, comer
tiSfo ff weVsMt.ro"Ul' rpjSgyj
. J. BUTLER'S i
Exceltlor Flnid Inki.
ManufAc'tory. 30 Viu 8t. ' U
Q.ENTS' TRENCH B000TS,
FBENCH SHOES AND OAITKBS
FBENCH 8L1PPIB8, '
Just received by Kxpron. . ., I".'
J. H. DETERS,
o21 n West roortb-ftteof,'
' THE OYSTER TBADE.
GoSoMjBrraY
i suiis n . ... i i
b -1 r
(71 . , FRESH CAM v,
COYSTElRS.
cove K-,; f
OYSTERS
, Spiced Oyiteri.
FIUKLED OYBVBB.S y
fllHE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RE0EIV
M. IN3 DAILT, by the Adam Express, MALT
BX'B world-renowned BalHmor
Freih Can, Ktg and Shell Oyiteri.
Tresh, Hermetlcallyealtd OOTI, BPIOJtD a
PI0KLID OYSTEB8. . , . '.
E0BEBT 0K, Agent w ( ,
PT-tf ! Depot, II West Fiftta-atrset
,.-:TaBSO.T.vv,!
OYGTERS.
iOAVAGN A'S
Oyster Importing 1 House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-8TH.EKT.
THB SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RE0EIV
INS dally, per Kipress, bis splendid Oysters.
Having completed arrangements in Baltimore, on
th most extensive scale, I will at all time durlna
the season be prepared to furnishetuy friends, "and
the rest of mankind," with the most DELICIOUS
BIVALVES Imported to th Queen City. None but
the very best Imported. Great inducement oS'ered
at tills Importliig-houae. .,
vroer sioucitea ana promptly mica. lerm. casu
, .. .. ,. . ,, ruvait
PETKR ()AVANA.
Jpl6t
Bole Injporter nd Proprietor, 1
OYSTERS,
TODD'S OLD STAND,
NO. 0 SIXTH-STREET. I AM RECEIV
ING daily. SETH'B Celebrated MAMMOTH
OYSTEUS which lam lolling at unprecedented
low prioe by case or dosen. Dealer and Famllie
wanting a very large, fresh Oyster, will please send
their order. Attached to this establishment is a
nice, quiet, respectable Saloon, where yoa can have
Oyiteri Oookod in every style, and served up in a
clea.ian 1 superior manner. Charges less than atenj
Other plase. . loolOJ ; - JOHN NA1EM.
THOS. SMITH'S
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOB OLD PLANTATION
OUSTERS,
Depott 93 Sycamore-street, opposite the
, National Theater.
R. C. BOOKING, Agent.
ALSO DrcBied Fish and Game; fresh and aweet
Butter, Ac, delivered at all hours, freo of obarge. .
deltf -
J. FARROW & SON'S
IELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received dally By tb Adams Hix
press Company, in whole and half cans.
All Oysters sola warranted fresh and of
the very best quality. J. B. OWING8,
. . V v. Utlf.l. -. . !,
and Walnut-streets,
a. n. ine traae inppuea on me most nuerai
terms. ; ocajem
Day's Mediil Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & 00.,
. Manufaoturen and Dealeri In '
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND POWEB.) '
And all kind of Prlntlngr Materials, No.
xiiit 170 and 177 west Beeona.icreet,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MEDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months we have introduced them into four
teen different State! of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to tbe parties purchasing. The power la
applied to the center of the platen ; consequently
there Is no possibility of its springing from any
amount of pressure. The motion Is so transmitted
to n as to cause a uweu on tne point oi contact witn
the form. Insuring A PEBFECT IMPBKSSION at
a high rate of speed.
rrintere in want oi tne uubt juntuit snouia
not purchase elsewhere without alving this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WABBANTXD to give tbe most entire satis
faction. no3
HALL'S PATENT.
THE MOST RELIABLE FIRE! AND
BUBOLAB PBOOI BAFEB.-They have given
nor satisfaction than any other now in use.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOIj
I.AIIH to any person that can, up to tbe present
time, show a single lnitanoe wherein they have tailed
to preservs their content.
, With this SAFE we challenge all competition, as
being tbe best Kire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with anv establishment iin the Union, andthe
party failing first, to forfeit to tne other, tbe mm
of $2,ftoo.
Wear prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in th United
Bute.
aeoond'hsnd safes of other makers, also on hand.
Werespectfully Invite the pnblio to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, CABUOLL A OO.,
aagU-yt HQS. 16 and 17 Enet Columbia itrott.
Wi B. DODDB, ;v .
ronnlofHall,DoddAOo.;UUT;rban(DoddOo.
- . W. II. Dodds & Co.,
-. xuitwAortnuai at m
O O 3XTO XI. 33 T 3EI
Fire and Burglar Prool
13 jQl IP 311 33 !
8. W. Corner of Vine k second Street.
Thll h the most reliable mi AND BCROLA
PBOOV SAPB tliatl made In the United States, and
I warranted perfectly free from damp. Oan be sold
at lower prices, and la of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.
.We hav a larg issortment on hand, and are a.
ntHumwrntwinnsiaMauiBVlllulOBIMIt! t
Old Sale
Take In xxDg. BKOOHD-HAND BAFX8 al.
imflm
'i;is
MAKE8 AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS In a superior manner. Satisfactory
references riven. Address Mo. 1, Syoamore-itreet,
IJjraer of front. , i delft
REMOVAL E. OSMOND, M. B.,
Dentist, bsa iwraoved to j72.Tin.tre, near
w.Tva.u, vrrww tao w vwov, UO"-Um
INSURANCE.
BY STATE AUTHORITY'.
riA
IlV-VI1
.1 tfr ' SS"'!'1 ""i-S
Incorporated 1819. CharterPerpetual
VAgeney established In Cincinnati In lH'i3,n
tedatlng ill present local Insurance Companie and
Agencies in the Insuranoe business In this city. 33
years const tut duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially oom.
mAnri fh jhtna Tn.nranflA flomnanv to the favora
ble patronageof this oommunilr-standlng solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Utuclnnatlnnaerwrltenoiisva. . ... i ,
Losses veld la Cincinnati during past Flv
: Vear, $lStf,044 i ' i
Oash Capital 1,000,000.
tABSOLCTB ASD CNIHPAIBID. WITH A
SURPLUS OV fl,030,433 80.
And thpretigof40yeari incceai and excealeno.
. . DTVIBTUHTI C ." ; " ! 1
Over $100,000 ii Obio Securities.
UPWARDS OF 1i,OpO,000,iM189E8 '
Hav been paid by the astna Insnrano Ooupany In
the past 40 year. '
Fire and Inland Navlaatloa.-Blaki aoospted
at term! consistent with solvency and fair prontsi
Especial attention given to insurance oi uweumgs
and Uontent, lor term of 1 to 5y 1. .
Application made to any duly .utnoneeu Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insuranoe business, this Company 1 enabled
to offer both Indeanityfor the past and security for
the future. P Uclesiiaued without delay by
.JAB. B. OAitlXB, Agent, No. to Mainstrsot
1 A. F. PATOii. Assistant Agent.-
H. K. LIND. XT, Agent 171 Vine street. 1
i, t. BOOK, (, Agent. Fulton . 17th Ward. u(
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
OP CINCINNATI. i
o
PFICB IN THE SECOND STORY OP
Mo. 1 Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This Comnanr is taking fire. Inland and Marin
Bisks at current rates of premium.
iiosse iairiy aajustea ana promptly paia.
DIBH0T0B8;
f F Kckert, F Ball. H W Pomeroy,
wiuiam uienn, wuwnitcner, w u maun. .
Robert Mitchell, W H Oomstock, LOKbtone,
Kobt Buchanan, 0 a Shaw, ...Geo Stall.
Wm Sellew, SethKvans,. JHTaane, ,
David Gibson, ' H Brachman, J Glsham,
H Clearwater, i Thos K Elliott.
t. r. aiun.anx, rresiaeni.
BTirar.li Moan, Secretary. nnH
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company)1
01? CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DIBKOTOKS:
William Wood. Isaac U. Oopelen, V
James F. Cunningham, Sydney S, Clark,
Andrew Krkenbrecber, Joseph Beaklrt, '
Oeo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George B. Dixon.
' I8AA0 0. COPELEN, President;
OlO. W. OOPCLXN, Secretary. ..
... A.M. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is Drenared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
Risks, on favorable terms. Office Ho. a West Third.
street, Trust Co. Building. noSbfm
National Insurance Co., :
1 Cincinnati, Ohio. i
(Office South-west Oor. Main and Front-streets,)
Marine. Inland Transportation and
' TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES.
DIBEOTOBS; 1
John Burgoyne, X M Smith, Robert Moore,
Wm Hepworth, Chas L Moore, ' M Fechheimer,
FXWledemer, TbosOng, SW Smith,
J L Boss. Thos B Biggs, Henry Kills. 1 .
n. v. unnjw, duo y. juv. Buauunstt.rres.
noabfm P. A, Spbioman, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
' CAPITAL, $150,000.!
fFFICB NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
LF SDBE8 sealnst Loss and Samaia hv rim: mtn:
Peril of the Sea and Inland navigation. .
DIBECTOBB :
Jno.W Hartwell, Allen Collier, William Besor.
John W Kills, JamesLupton, Chaa.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Prater, J W Canfleld,
nVWnmlma R M tf 1 . a 1 . 1 :
OS Williams, H McBiruey, Bowman 0 Baker.
jobs w. uaiiiyi Uhli, President,
Q. W. Wihiams, Secretary.
nog
. FIRB AND MAUINB.
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI.
B.W.BEEDKB,ta?yAEBI80N'Ire,ldeBtr
DiKicTORS Henry Eessler, Anthony Fay, Wm.
i,u, Dauiuei a. laii, uoorge vt.
Townley. Smith Betts.
Buuviiois-J. 11. Lawder and David Baker, detey
eJvisod qj aonniilda uo jnas unaJio
!H-iqninioo pa moi-xumj -too 'jj 'j
l,"Cl , "IM'M "(1 OUlJltf
11010 Samoa 'ueiios j juoji 'leujuonnr nma -ueu
uuj jouaa pus jeddu qjoq fpiios lSB0J'9ta(ui-rr
a laitnff nna i Ann- ,... u .mm . u .... ...
NUcU tlNUUXS NI dU J.ad S3ZIS 11 V
sinnpeejpuBujoo
nine uuorctiE
ROOFING! ROOFING!
THE OUTCALT EiASTIC ME-
M the best and cheapest Metal Boof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of years h this city
andviolnity. Applied to flat or steep, old or now
building. Mo solder used fastened securely wltb-
.nl.TmMMt.lh.Mtlnn nf .U.-l . .
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, oan be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly flUed.
lylff-tf 132 West Second street:
BOIVNETS, !
RIBBONS, ; ;
FLOWEES
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which I am ellinf at iml
advaacs on New York prices, wholMale and retail,
J. WEBB, Jr., ,
no4 ' 184 f Iftb-street, pet. Bass and Slm.i
CANDY! OANDTf:
(BncDworto MwMstOo.) '
ManufacUrera and WhoIaI Delwi
. ... .-w-' .r "
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
: : '
C. W. MACKELFRESH,
. MannRictnrer af ' -r
TIN, SEEIJT-IRON AND ZINC WARE,
Baking and Seidlits Powder Box 4, Tin Break
ing; Tube, Booilng, and Dealer in Stoves, Mo, m
Fifth-street. Cincinnati, Ohio. '
M7 AU kinds of Job Work promptly attended to.
,ueamj
ORIENTAL EXCH ANGE.
m HR TJNDERSiaNBD,HAVINGr REPIT
m. Tiiv ins da lws in ine anqutrer
huiiuidji, are sow prepare 10 luruuuf
their friends with the best imported
Jf IIIWI, XJiqUUIB ,11(1 VlKBrSi
Bsitimore sneu Oysters served In
very style,
' defl-am
' EASTWOOD A BARQIHT. '
HOLIDAY GOODS. W nave juit re
ceived a large supply of new Fruit, nob ai
Tig. Prunes, Natural Peaches, Pineapple, Buttk.
berrlo and Btriwtxrrle, aasorMd Jellies and Jims,
Preserved Fruits, in endless variety J delicate Old
Port. Sherry, Uadelia and Champagne Wines, form
ing the largest and most complete assortment of
" good things " over offered tu th sity before. lor
sale, wholesale and retail, by
- A. MoDOWAtD CO.,
deU M and Branch Store SM West fourth t.
WM. H. BaXFvVIN, ATTORNEY
AND OOTJNBBLLOR AT LAW and Mufa
uer 01 ins Bupenor ana uommon PI
auk Building, north west turner of tfssa
PRANHCIN TYPE AND STIREOTYF
POUrtttBT, B. ADLIHOH, SnperlnUnd.nt.
PrlBtlDg MsUatlals.oral II InOr, njvin4.tpt?
lilVIP.W
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
SnES3ES3CS3
RAILROADS.
The Shortest Rout between Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Three PMsengerTralnsleaveOlnolnnsti dally, from
thefootof Mllland Troht street.
6i50 A. m.-Cbtcago Mall arrives at IndianapolU
at 12;W P. 11., Chicago at 10:30 P. 11. This train
connects with all night train out of Chicago for
tho West aud North-went; connects at ludianap".
lis with train fur Terra Haute I also with lti a
train toj; Per,, liOgausport, Fort Wayne ludl'.
1'iiiS If, M. Terr Hants and Iiayfayette Ac
oommodatlon arrives at Iudiauapolisat 6:1s P. U.,
making dlreoteonneotiom at lndiauapolli with la.
fayette trains for Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Uuiu
oy, Hannibal and St. Josopli,
7 P. DI.-Ohlcaab Express arrives at Indianapolis
it 12:15 A. H making olsse connections at Uhioajx
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
- Slsepingoars are attached to all the night trains
oa this line, and ran through to Chicago without
ehangs of ears. ' .
, This is exclusively k Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangsmsnt
with all eonneotin; roads throughout ths entiia
West, guarantees nnnsual care and the amplest c
oommoeuttiona to ths patrons ot this line.
The Company' xoluive Telegraph Lin I used!
when necessary, to govern the movement of train),
aad Loughridgea celebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger trains, by which they oanki
perfectly controlled; besides all tne other modern im
provement necessary for th comfort aud safety ot
passengers, the manager of this road, have liberally
provided. ' . .!..
., timoking-oara onthlsUna. - - 1
W Be sure yon are in the right ticket office before
you purchase your tlcLsts, and ask for ticket via
Lawrenceburg and Ind lanapolls.
Fare the asm a b any other rente. . BaggaM
oecked through.
fHBODQH TICK.KT", good untU used, can be ot
ulned at the ticket offlow, at Bpenoer Hons Sorner
aerth-westoornr Broadway and Front) No. 1 Bur
aetHonse Oornsri at tb Walnut-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, wbeia
ail necessary information may be bad.
Omnibuses run to and from aoh train,' and w
oall for passengers at all hotel and all part oi tL
sity, by leaving address at elth ir offlo.
,. i .; , W. H. L.NOBL1,
BOM General Ticket Agept.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LBAVS THI
Sixth-street Depot.
Trains run through to Cleveland Bandaiky, To.
ledoand Indianapolis without change of oars.
Tbroueh Ticket for all Eastern, Western, North,
su and North-western cities.
6 A. M. EXPIIKHW TRAIN For Hamilton.
Richmond, Indianapolis, L,a!Hyette, Ohloago, and all
Western Cities. Uonnecls at Biehmond with U. and
p. Boad for Loganaport; also connects at Hamiltou
for Oxford, 4o. .
. 7J0 A. M. TRAIN For Dayton, SpringfleU,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train make
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at Ubbana rog Co.
lvubus; at Bellerontaine with B. and I. B. B., Bast
and West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne aud
Chicago Bailroad Bast and Weal: at Clyde Willi
Cleveland and Toledo Bailroad trains far Cleveland,
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
chester and Muncie.
10 A. M. EXI'IIHSS TUAIN-For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk,, Buffalo, Boston, Mew
York, and all Eastern cities. Alio connect! at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
las torn cities. ,
- Hi40 P. III. TRAIN For Hamilton, BlchmooJ
Indianapolis, Terre Haute and Saint Iouls;i
nectsat Hamilton for Oxford, Ac. . . . '
Bi30 P. M. TRAIN-For Dayton, 8prlngliel(L
Bellefontalne, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
all points in Canada. Connects at Bellefontalne with
B. and I. B. B East and West.
, 11:30 P. M, EXPllEMM TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, .Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities.
TThe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M., leavesdaliy mospr Batubdats. All other
trains leave daily exokpt Suidays:
For further information and Ticket, apply at the
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad
way) No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Ofice, on the west side of Vine-street,
betweenPostotfloe and Burnet House; at th Walnut
street House, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
nol2 D. Mol.RBH. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. At., connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Steubenvllle and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Colum
bus and Bellalr (Wbeellus). Also, for Springfield.
This train stop between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the prinoi pal stations.
MECON1) TltAIN-Columbus Accommodation
at4i40P. M. This train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Springfield.
Til IRD TRAW-NIght Express at Hi.30 P.
M,, connects via Oolnmbus and Bellalr (Wheeltng):
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Steubenvllle and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Cleveland.
This Train stops at toveland. Morrow, Xenla
and London. 8LIQEPINO0ABS ON THIS TBAIN.
KsTTheDay Express runs through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubenvllle, without
obange of oars. . . ,
The NIliHT BZPBE8S Train leaving OlnolnnaU
at llillOP. M., runs daily, except BATCltDATB.
The other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
For ail information, and Through Tickets to Bo,
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cltyeland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. Knr
nei Hons, south-east corner of Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Oolnmbus time, whioh ll seven min
ute faster then Ciuolunati time.
- . ' J. DDBAND, Bun't.
Omnibuses call for passengers by leaving directions
at the Ticket Offices., ; nol,t
Commencing Dec. 4. 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOUOH WITHOUT CHANGE OF 0AB8.
Two Daily Trains lor Vlnoemies, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 7:20 A.M., and 7:30 P. M. .
Three Daily Train for IiOuisriUe, at 7: A.M .
100P. M,and7:MP.MJ ,..
On Train for E vansvill at 7:90 P. M.
The Train connect at St. Louis for all points In
Kansa and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy and Keo.
knk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Viclubttrg,
Matuhos and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:M P. At.
BsrrtjENiKu-Faat line Leave East St. Lonls.
natUt iimsIP.'m at 6:50 A' U, "riving Oinoin.
r xrsM Tbaih leave East St. Lonls daily at t:00
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:2.1 A. M.
, FOB TUBOCOH TICKETS
TS?" ,,in,U Y2' : South, pleas apply at th
pfflces, Walnnt-stre i House, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
House Office, and at the Depot, corner Front and At 111.
Streets. W. U. OTjEAlENX.Uon'l.SuDeriiitjin
I n h.M I . "
OC29
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
TJCBBa BAOTB, -
srarii nin.v.aDnn.i Tn,,,.i r WAB,
nv . vw,, vaAxieieaveoixtb
street
a a as J??a"i1S;,ri0"uDV:?''n-
OO FAST EAPBBS8. Through direct, maklncolosw
oonneollons for .11 other W wtern nd Nortt-wMivS
Kints. This Train alsooouneotaat Blohmond witb
noinaatland Chicago Bosda, for Andei son, Kok
gJJjMJOrt, aif aU polnU on WW?eU.y
LOCIBNIOHT 1XPBESS-Th above Train make
elos oonnections at Indlanasolls.Lafaretteand Ohl
oago, with Trains foi Torre Haute, Springfield, Bock
f&n?A0.M'a,no".Jaonvill,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, HaUoon, Naples!
?!oua. Qulncy, 'ralrie du Ob lea, Pan. Peoria!
tnnleith, llaclne, Decatur, Bloomington, Jollot, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and oltie in tb North
. sTThrough Ticket given and Baggage checked
throngh. - - . -
For fnrtherinformatlon ant Through Tickets, aa.
ily to Ticket Offloes, north-east eorner of Fiont aod
Iroadway; No. 1M Walnut street, near Fourth: at
outh-east corner of Fourth and, via street, or at v
he Blith-street Depot. y M v
sanaifK
svutu-pnni wmva va m VUs H UlA f !, lUIMt, QP Ski
the SIxthHrtreet Dpot.
. . n. as Hnsnnv 4 t. .
Omnlba will oall for passengjrs bv levln thh
gams at slther of tb TlcOlfeM. "mw
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