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..liKCKMBKH. 30
FRIJlAT..
ITALY IN THE PRESENT CENTURY.
' Thta w Queer and of ten meaningtsat poem. frm
tht Deesmbsr number of th Atlantio ou"f. -
ptob.fromtlitKaof B4UWoKrD. .j:
II n. am uu n "T . I
bii awiously-droll versification t
Wl little, do we not wattT
Louis Napoleon ! sot Fit; i 1 ; ' ...
Thsrs't one hath twlfter feet ihsn Crime.
' Cannon parliamentt settle nought, ;
VlBlcetoMtrie'e-whoytotUoughtr. ,
, Mini ia good, butupiteofyheage,
J ftatMnbirg'sgun bu the longest range.-.
CDMUt
In
the tlieaow; y. " """i
The lUeat headsmen waits iurevr,,
ere loaf; '
Man ere week, bet Men
f,,a la strong!
Hi nee the stars first dorved their ringr, ,
We havs looked on mrtf things;
: , Greet were oome end r"l'i . -V
Wolf-traks light on polar enow,
' " Wt ihelliee him eomesnd gone,.
. Thta second-hand Napoleon.
SslB. spin, Olotho, spinl
:,' " aohSite. twistl and Atropos. eererr.
1 v In ths shadow, year out, year in,
' " n ,uBt hd"nn, forTerl ; . ,
WeiewtheeKerCoralcan, '. '
' AndOiotbo muttered Mshtnan, vi ..
''"While crowned lackeys bore the train
Of the pinohbeok Charlemagne.
"St.ter'stlut not length of thread!
SUter, stay the tcisaort drsadl
Ob St. Helena's granite bleak, - -I.
HarklthefeUHrewhiitihiebeakl" .
. Hpin, epin, Olotho, pint ' .
LaohMlt, twietl and Atropoe, eeverl
, Inthehadow,earout,earin, ;
. .. IbeilleBtbeadjuaaB waluforerer!
' the BoBepartet, e knew their beee, :
. . Thoy wae in honey, red to the kneee;
Their patent-reaper, tte aheareealeep Bound
. la doorloes larnen nmlerground:
i We know (alee Glory'pend'hrift race.
Pawning nation! for feathtn and lace; -
v. v. . . k. . . . K h In,,.
""lit reokoningdayl" ineen anpala wrong.
' 8pln, epin, Olotho, ipinl
Xacheiii, twiitl and Atrepoe, eTerl
Iiithethedow,yearouttyearin,
The rilent beadamaa waiU forever!
Lit
The cock tliat weer. ihe-eagle'e ekiB,
Hritem lor Bit enu rn tur huu
DopoU at top, a wild clan below,
Much ii the Gaul from loog ago: '
Wash the black from Itbtop t face,
Wash the put out of man or race.
' Hnln, tpiu, uiomo, ipini .
Lacbeuli, twlell aud Atropoi, aerert
In the ehadow, year out, yeer In,
l'he lileut headaman walte fortTerl.
'Neath Gregory's throne a ipider swings,
And sowie the people for the kiuge;
"Luther ia dad: old auarrele paee:
The take's black soars are beall with (rast;"
So dreamers prate; did man e'er lire
Saw priset or women yet forgive? '
But Lather's broom is left, and eyes
Fosp o'er their creeds to where it lies.
Spin, spin, (Jlotho, spin)
Lecheeie, twittl and Atropoe, Bsrsrl
la the shadow, year out, year In,
The silent headsman weita foreyer!
Smooth sails the ships of either realm,'
Kaiser and Jesuit at the helm;
Hut we look dowa th deeps and mark i
tttlent workers In the dark, I
Bnildlng slow the sharp tasked reefs, ,
Old lustiuats hardening to new beliefs ,
Potience, a little; learn to wait:
Hours are longon tbeclock of fate.'
Spin, spin, Olotho, spinl
Iiacheals, twiatl and Atropoi, severel
Dark is strong, and so is Sin,
But only Ood sndnree foreterl ,
A Marvelous Memory.
Some people have photographic memo
ries. If they see a face once, under
circumstances calculated to impress it
upon their recollection, it remains there
forever. The memories of others are like
looking glasses from which the imago
passes as the substanoe is removed. i
. One of the most extraordinary specimens
of the former class of memories we havo
ever heard of is said to be possessed by a
gentleman of New Orleans. It is indeed,
if our authority may he believed, "wax to
receive and marble to retain." Our infor
mant states that some months ago this
New Orleansphenomenon who, by the
way, is an officer in the United States
Army accosted an individual on the
levee with "How do you do, my dear fel
low; glad to see you looking so well But
that was an awful scare we got,, was it
not?" - - i
"Sir," said the aooosted, gravely, "you
have the advantage of me.,, ,
''Had the advantage of you, you moan
but not muoh, yon were down nearly as
soon as I was.' '. ' " J" " '
"Sir," said the party addressed, still
more gravely, "you speak in riddles. Bo
good enough to expound." , j
"Ah!" responded the phenomenon
"don't remember me, 1 suppose? Quite
natural We had only a passing glimpse
of each other." 1 - : 1
"Sir you probably mistake me for some
on else," returned the other, more
mystified than ever. , ' ! "
"Not a bit of it," said the man with
no memory.' "rou weret on
steamer wnen she blew' ut
near Memphis on the 22d of April at' 31
minutes past 11, A. M., nine years ago,
were you not?"
"Yes I was, but" - '.
.. "But me no buts. So was I. You
were blown sky high. So was I. Not
that I saw you previous to the explosion.
My first and only interview with you
was in the air. You were going up as I
was coming down. The glimpse I had
of you was necessarily short Your
features wore distorted by fright, our
pace was killing, and I was wrong side
up. Consequently my opportunities fox
observation were unfavorable. But I
never forgot faces under any circum
stances, however discomposing. I photo
graphed you, sir, and have had you in my
mind's eye ever since. The moment I
saw you on the levee, I recognised you
: as the original of my mental Daguerreo
type..; Glad to see you looking in better
trim than when I saw you last. But we
all have our uds and downs in the world.
Suppose we adjourn where we can crack
a bottle of champagne for the sake of an
; auld lane syne." ; ...
"Which, said our informant, as he
: wound up the story, "they accordingly
did.". - -':,.':
Some anecdotes are best taken "with a
grain of Bait The readers will probably
consider the above one of the kind that
require a little of that kind of seasoning.
' J&'Time wears slippers of list, and
his tread is noiseless ' The days coma
softly dawning, one after another; they
creep ia at the windows; their fresh
morning air is grateful to the lips aa they
pant for it; until, betore we know it, a
wiioie life of days has possession of the
citadel, and time has taken us for its own.
I3-''This world is all a fleeting show."
said a ririest to a onlnrit on the sallows.
... .r . . ' ... . s
res, was the reply, "Dnt u you nave no
objections, I'd rather see the show a little
longert"
tki8A. Londoner having asked a brother
cockney, the other' day, "how he liked
'Ail Columbia,' said, "I wouldn't rive a
glass of 'alf-and-'alf for a 'ogshead of it"
. fSrTo be born with a silver spoon "in
your mouth is lueky, but twice lucky he
who can open his mouth without betraying
tha spoon. . V , r ;
tWhen may a man be strictly said
to.be in the habit, of always Vkeeping his
word?" When nobody will ever take it,
Inklings.
Every man it a volume, if you only
fcnow how to read him. .
Justice U tv loienoe which is only
veil taught by virtue.1 J . 1 -
, Why is lover like a tailor? Beoause
pnmM nl8BQit
" i.' a : ' in..": "
- -w ay is a oea cover use duuwii
Because it's a counterpane, (counter pain.)
A Laoohio. ' Invitation. "A goose
to-morrow would be glad to see you to
dinner." . ; V: ,u ...,Vl' ,:
Do all the good you can in the world,
and make as little noise about it as
possible.. .
is better to be bom with a disposi
tion to Bee things on the favorable side
than to an estate of ten thousand year, j
A friend who dines at the deferent
restaurants announoes the disoovery that
at these places tender meat is always very
rare. . i
' We suppose that the man who, in the
hour of danger, turns pale and makes his
escape, may be said to oome off with
flying colors. ; '
A young lady who had lost, . or
mislaid her beau, was advised to hang up
her fiddle.' She said the advice did great
violence to her heartstrings.
Pleasure, like quicksilver, is bright
and shy. If we strive to grasp it, it still
eludes us, aud still glitters. We perhaps
Beize it at last, and find it rank poison.
A sanctified heart bettor tnan a
sihrer tongue; a heart full of grace is
better than ahead full of notions; a man
ma j be a great soholar, and yet a great
sinner... .- I
Pleasant enough was the mag
na! timitv of the person, who being re-
)io aobed witb. not Having avenged mmseii
or a caning, said, "bir, 1 never meddle
wit h what passes behind my back."
The chief secret of comfort lies in
nO't suffering trifles to vex us, and in
pi udently cultivating an undergrowth of
Biaau pleasures, since very iew great
ones, alas I are let on long leases.
MISCELLANEOUS.
jSARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVB GALLKBY, oor-
a. ner or rittn and western-row. Photograpl
Bis lelnotypee and Ambrotypes taken cheaper tbi
ner of riflh and Western-row. Photographs,
and Ambrotypes taken cheaper than
ela iwhere in the city. Oil Colored Photographs
msde of all sues, from lire to the etnal lest miniature,
Pio tnree neatly set ia Lockets, Breast-pins, finger-
ria ts ana bracelets. Ail wor warranted.
oli-ar
A. B. BU)OM, Artist
9SI0. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
BBOUEID BT BIOIKT LETTjCES PATKST.
nriHIS MACHINE HAS BEEN FBO
JL MOVM0SD by all eomsetnut Judges, woe
Dave seen it. to oe sne peot ana most aesiraois f am
ily Sewing Machine oyer introdnoed, regardless
ef r lco. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the Terr thickest to the renr finestfabiicsmada.
and nses all kinds of thread, from No. S to 200. i
N ! ia aaea ea io ei tse iTiaeniae.
Vncl for a oircular. or call and see it in oeeratlon.
Uyon early application, State and County Bights may
be secured.
An eaergetlo person can make a fortnne In a short
time. Agent wanted in all unsold territory.
11. SJ. UUKTiIlAIl, '
Bcle andexclnsWe agent for the united States,
aepitfat tm w'ejt Fonrth-streat, Cincinnati.
PURE AIR!
New Mode of Ventila AodI
Call and He On af
SAWYER & CO'S
' PATENT : '
He iting and Ventilating Furnace?,
ta vaeratloD at : '
CHAMBERLAIN A COj'S
Stoit Ware-rooms, No. 61 and 5S Vine-ii,
(Below uolumbla.) ' .
Sawyer & Co.
toaai
AKTOHOB. . i
h . . .'.'.'!:,-' r ' . :
Coal Cooking Stove,
AWAEDKD TBI 8ILVIB WBDAL
AT IBB '
STATE PAIR.
' Helal at Zanmvllle, October, 1899.
' MANUFACTUKED BY :
CHMIBERLAIX & CO.
: 1 SAMPLE AND 8ALB-R00MS, ' '
Io. 51 and 53 Vfne-st.,
,' (Seeoad door Below ColomMa,)
1 NCJINM ATI. O U 1 O.
PATENT "' MACHINE-MADE ' PAPER
BAOS. for Orooers, Druggists, Tea Dealer, and
ot Iters, made from extra quality of Wrapping, Ha
i Hid Whit Tea PaDflr.
aoo.ono No. 1 Wrapping and Manilla;
..) 300,)U)No. S . "' :
ilO,0(IONo. S .
. , O,0il0Mo. 4 . "
.ii, io,ooo No. s . ' ' : .
v aoowoNo. s - ' ... :
io,ooo No. 10 "
SU0.O00 No. U .. . " i
JOO,O00 No. 1(1 " ., .
ff. 300,0011 Na. 18
100,000 No. 30 '
,900,000 No. J .
.,, aoo.oooNo. l Wblts Tea Begs;. ,
... . ano,O00No. 2 ,
V auo,uuoNo. s .!.'..:..
The abore are pnt np in packages of COO bags ssch.
We are manufacturing from sixty to seyenty-ST
thousand Bags per day
. - , . NIXON A CHATFIBLD,
, Pacer Baa Manufacturer.. '
.. And Wholesale Paper Dealers, -pea
77 and 79 Walnut-strict,
Holiday Gifts, &c.
WE ISVITE ATTENTION TO THE
large and beautiful assortment of FANCY
GOODS, which we have inst received for the Boli
days, Bohemian Bottles, Pearl Jewel Caskets, Bo
hemian Gaskets, Peart Card Cases, Bohemian Boxes,
Pearl Porte-monnales, Bohemian Puff Boxes, Pearl
Inlaid Brashes, Ao. for tale at vers low prices.
, . v . Af'BBBT BOHS, Druggist,
dels 8. W. cor. Klgfth-tt. and We. Urn-row.
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
ffHIB EXCELLENT ARTICLE IS FOR
M. SBlehy AliBBBT BOSS, Dmggist,
del S. W. oor. Kighth-st and Western-row,
'HriZ.I.IAM DISNEY, ATTOBNEY
w w AT lW.rmsswBuIiains, Bo. last Third
. SS6-SOT
BUSIIJES3 CARDS
Dooit Locks;'
lit .'.
R. R, CAR AND SWITCD LOCKS,
i Door arid.Oato-Sprirlip
HOUSE BELL, MATERIALS,
eitVER-PLATED DOOR-PlATEi,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted ;
The psbllc are respectfully Uvlted to sail sad ta
amine the rarioui patterns and prices.; All Jobbing
promptly attended to s ''.- i
, SBOKGB MeGRBGOa,
nokm No. US Flfth-strse. M door from Baos. ;
3
A. B. C0LVILLE,
3
Beale Rlaasfhotarer,
No. 41 East Seoond-street, between syeamora ant
Broadway, Cincinnati, keeps erery desoripUon of
Caanter, Plntfbmi, Cattle, 11 a II read Depot.
. . anaTraek Healea) Traaba, s ..,
. , Iron Wagoae, o. ,
Bepairng lone on the shortest notice. Bol-ea ,
B. KITTREDGE & 00
' 1134 MA1H STBIIT, 0IH01 uATl, 0. '
! KITREDQE U FOLSOM,
ts St. Charles street, Sew Orleans, lit
Importers of (inns Oc Sporting Apparmtns,
' AID DIAMKS It SUM rOWBII. " 1
RAILROAD, HOTEL, i
. ' (fronting the Steamboat Landing.) " ' 1
Nortli-east corner Broadway and Front,
' CINOIMNATI, 0. . . , ,
R. Ft LEVERING, Proprietor.
; "' - ' 1 ooTcm ' ' ' '' ' '" ' :
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
tUBUfAOTUaiM um DBAL1ES W .'!
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of Mattresses and Bedding, at the old
tunrt, No. 134 Sycamore-street, east side, Kttweeu
fourth aud Fifth-streets, sereuth start abote
Fourth. strt. Church Pews lined and coaMonod
All orders promptly attended to. ol-cra 1
- H. CAMPBELL & OCT7
K ANDFACXUREB8 OF BAR, 6MRET
13 M.
and lloller Iron. Plow Slabs, ftailroat (Dikes
Etc.
Also, Agents for the sals of 1 ronton 8t Kails
Warerooms
Ohio.
jy aast iwconu street, uiu-'iuoat i
awAII klpds Iron ms.de to ordr.
10
CLEANER OF SINES AND VAULTS,
No. vi Hixth-stroet, between Vine aud Baoe, in
the Mudical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pereeut wbo
way fardr him with their patrouage,can rely ft punc
tuaiity apd low prices. ; spl-ay
Money ! Jtl oney ! Money !
LOANOTFICE.
UemoTed frona 36 West 8lxtb.atreet. '
ONEY LOANEDON WATCHES, JEW
lVJllLRT and all kinds of Merchandise, t low
rates of InUreet, at No. 171 Vine-street, between
Fonrtkaud fifths Hi
PHILADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
MO. MX IflFTH-STBIIT, SOUTH 8ID1S, .
(Near the corner of Vine,)
C. L. VICKERS, Proprietor.
Oystrs and Oams served la all styles. . Heals at ill
hours uolcji
O. P. L1AS' !
; Sew Wholeiala
WiTCH&JEWELMUOU
16 West Pourth Street j
Where can be had erery article appertaining to th
Business at a maeh less price, for CASH, th.a
hat erer before been offered hi this market, . . '
QIVE US A CALL"
And see for yoorselres. tpM
WM. WHITAKER,
J EWIL1R)
No. MX B. t. Oor. Fifth tnd Lodge streets, between
Walnut and Vine. Cincinnati.
A good asaortmentof SILVER aud PLATED WABA,
BPBUTAUL8, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special attention gWen to Cleaning and Bepairing
Watches and Jewelry. my 10
BEGGS eV SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ABE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry.
SllTerware and Diamonds.
A flne tMortmeat of Plated Tea Sets and On tier
and Opera Glasses. XH
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DK. SAITI'L SILSBEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
T'flK SKIN, EHBCMAT1BM, DISEABKB OF
W0M8N, and such Chronic complaints as may be
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopathlo system
of hlsoffloe. r ,:..,,!... i . -
Vapor, Bulphnf, Iodine, Arsenlo, Merenry, Tur
klsh, Buss lan and Sleotra-Ohemlcal Baths, a' DIt
pensary of Medicine, and erery manner of Ilectrie
tnd Magnetlo Apparatus. . - j -
. HO. 67 WIST BIVINfH-BTBMT. j ,." J
aarofflce hears 9 A. M. to - anjfrig
Re 8, NEWTON, M. D.
Offloo, 90 Weit 8oTenth , Street,
BsTTVBIR Till AID kifli.
O. E. NEWTON. M. 3D.
Ornci Ms. Ml West SeTDuth street, botweea Tins
uid Sacs. Bfaidinob No. S3 Seventh street, te
WM. M. HUNTER, ;
DENTIST, .j',;,
oo 'J96 VJpe.street. '
J. TAPT, i ;
" '' " (Bnecessor to Knowlton A Taft.) ' l , j A
DENTIST.
No. 96 West Fourth St., bet. Walnot 4V V1b
riKJIMKIlTI euin
tep2t,
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS POUND
' at last Just what the Ladles hare lengneedsd
and looked for in yain, the Uterine Klixlr.-
The nterlne Klixir is warranted to cure all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature;. Inflamouktion of the
Womb,.the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra
atloa.Oblorosis. Amenorrheai In iMt. ,Mrfwi.nM
fis raarranteed by the use of from two to Sto bottles
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Geuer
atlve aud Urinary Orvans, of male or female, no
matter of how long standing. Price tl ner MoW
Madame K L LI S calls particular attention to the
following Oard of one of the most prominent Drug.
gists of Cincinnati. . i L .
"Tp TBB POBLIO tno 1HB LaDIBS IB PiBIICTJLAB.-
We, the undersivoed, are not in the habit of siring
our same tp Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
Liaay ruysuslanrand the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we. cheerfully recommend it to all femalaa
sunoring Rom kemale Diseases of anv kind: It la
purely vegetable, and In no
can do injury: wt
say to au try, and our word for It, yon will and re-
lief.
.. u, aiuu, urtxt nt.
epxr
HJornerbfViftntnd"
MADAME ELLIS'B SPA1TISH 6IMU
LATINO COUGH AND LIVER BttsAM
a lIDUwa
curat, without fail, pains in the Breast, Back.
Side ar Limbs: .Coughs, Colds, Hoaneneai. Diffl.
colty of Breathing, Headache, riatulency, Heart
burn, vnronio janeumatum, uiuions Chollc, Uramn
Cholle, Griping Paint of the Bowels, Dullness.
Stupor, Inactivity, Lost of Appetite, and la Pain
ful Merjetnuttion It is a certain enra. and aiv
immediate relief. In any of the above diseases
it will give relief In twenty minutes, and a perma
nent sure oy in. usvoi iwo ooities. unly
cents
perottleao aheap that every person can get it.
For sale by r. D. UILL. Druggist, corner
tnd jTifth-staMts: J7 I) VarK".
of Baoe and JTlfth-stawts;
ronrth and Walnut; BUIBB, KuKHTEIN A Co..
corner Viae and fourth; JOBS DICKSON, comer
pi uuo nu dia.Ii, rAvu nniniitiifl, corner ot
Klghtband Freeman. Also, JEDWABD SCAN LAN
A COj. corner of Main and fourth; and Madams
skUKip, ih t, p., oijun-streer. sepy?-ay
J. Jt BUTLER'S '
Eicelsior Fluid ink.
. , .... .... . . .. . .( j f!irti.
' Manufactonr. Vme Ht.: H
SJJ.ENT8; FRENCH BOOOTS, , ,, : -
aTBKHCB 8H0KS AND GAITIB8,
i I'".:.' IESN0H BLIPPIRS, '.
Just received by Expresai ' "'.'.'. . .(
- h .ir.'J, H. D1TIRS.
ue21
oS West lourth street.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O.S;
DEUJSB
:w 'fMMn a1 AV -fasT
OYSTEtBS.
Slil .i ,,' V"S ! - b;
OYSTERS.
4 BDicea UTiieri.
J vniKi.snoTavBxUi
flpDa BtTBSORIBER IS VOVT RBOEIV1-
JL INO DAILY, by the Adams axprass, MALT-
si s woria-renowned ueanmore . , ., . , .,
Jreih Can, Kee and 8ali; Oyiteri.
Treh, Harmt1caly.eeeled OOTB. BPICID B
PIOKLBD 0TSTKB8.
-, EOBIET OSS. Amt '
Wt'U
Depot, U VmI FlfUntreeJ
, . . rKESH ,
OYGTER8.
'OAVAGNA'S
Oyster 1 Importing House.
' NO: 31 WEST FIFTH.8TKBBT.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOEIV
INO dally, per Kxpress, his splendid Oysters.
Having oompleted arrangements tn Baltimore, en
the most extensive scale, I will at all times during
the season be prepared to furnish my fri.nds, "and
the rest or mankind," witb the most DHLI0I0U8
B1VALVK8 Imported to the Qneen City. None but
the very bwi Imported. Great Inducements offered
at this Importlnc-house. 1
Order siolicited and promptly filled. Tsrmtoaih.
(V. . FETKtt CAVAGINA,
.tepl6t BoelnjBiirteranil ProprletQCi i
OYSTERS,
TODD'S OLD STAND,
NO. to SIXTH-STREET. IAMRECEIV
INO daily. SKTU'S Celebrail MAMMOTH
0YSTEI18 which I am selling r.t nnpreoedented
low prices by ease or doton. Dealers aud Families
wanting a very largo, freeb Oyster, will pleaM send
tboir orJers. Attached to this establishment is a
nice, quiet, respectable Saloon, where yon can have
Oysters Cooked Id svery ttyle, and served np in t
cleajand snnerior manner. . Coarse letia than at any
other pUee. .. fociol JOHN NAIKN.
TTin SMITH'S
JL AiVUl A. aVaV M
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
OTaTiBTESR-S,
Oepot, ,9S Syeamare-atreet, opposite the
, i National Theater. ; '' '
i S. C. BOOKING, Agent.
ALSO Dressed Fish tnd Game; fresh and awest
Butter, Ao., delivered at all hours, Ires of charge. ,
. fdellfl -
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
w received dally by the Adams Ex
press Company, in whole and half cans.
AU Oysters told warranted freeh and of
the very best quality. J. B. OWINSS,
Acent. No. 71 fifth-street, bet. Main
and Walnut-streets. - .
N. B. The trade supplied on the, most liberal
terms. oegfiem
Day's Medal Jobber.
,ii.V: .
W. T. & S. D. DAY & 00.,
' Mannraortwers and Dealers In '
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HARD AND POWKB.)
And all Itlada of Prltittasrifflatsirlala, Nos.
i X73j X7i and 1T7 West Seeond-street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO..,. ,
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to onr MEDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months we hare Introdnoed them into four
teen different State! of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties pnrohaslug. The power is
there Is no possibility of Its springing from any
amount of pressure. The motion It so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
the form, Insuring A PKUfKOT IMFBKS3I0N at
a high rate of speed.
Printers in want of the BUST JOBBKB should
not purchase elsewhere without tiring this an ex
amination . They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WAB BASTED to give the most sntire sstls
faction. . , noi
HALL'S PATENT.
THUS MOST R EIiI ABIiE FIRE AMD
BTJBOLAB PBOOT SAtTKB. They have given
mora satisfaction than any other now in use. .
Weoner arewara or sjNK TUUUaANU) IX) 1
I. A H 4 to anv nerson that can. n. in th. areivint
tlrae.sfiowa single instanos whsrelu they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this 8AFK we challenge all competition, as
belngtbe best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Firs
and Bnrglar Proof now made: and ars willing to
test with any establishment .in the Union, and the
party railing first, o forfeit to the other, the sum
ofjjf.WO.
Weare prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at lest
oost, than any other manufacturer in the United
States.
Second-hand Kales Mother makers, also on band.
Weresnectfnllr invite the nnhlic to call and exam
lne onr stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ilSJjU, UAUUUJbll UU.,
angiayf Hot, is and 17 East Columbia street.
h Wl B. DQD18, ..
ForsrlyofHsJLI)oddslUTjrbsj,r)ddsOo,
W. II. Dodds ti Co., "v
tuMvrtamwta or nm '
Fir . and Biirfirlar Prool
8. IV. Corner of Fine Second Streets.
This It the most reliable FIBS AND nnnnr.i
PBOOF SAPS that Is made In the United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from dam?. Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
can bs found elsewhere, . . . ( ,
.We hsTs a large assortment on hand, and are ds
.wiimiwi M. mm fuw. mm wanni's isu K yietaw.
V Old - Safea rj "
Takta la sohangs. 8BOOKD-HAKD SAJTX8 at-
fAf AKES AND I REPAIRS AB.TIFICIAI1'
t-'-M. . LIMBS 1b a superior manner. Satisfactory
references riven. Address Ho. 1, Bycamors-street,
Qoroec of Front. q10
MOVALE. OSMOND, M. 1
Dentist, has removed to natVlneHtree. near
IsvtaUi, oppoaltt the ttas Offlos. BCTbai
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INSURANCK
BY STATE AUT HO HI T T
Incorporated 1819. CharterPerpetua
A B.1S-1..J i. 1tnAlnwtkf III 1 WIS. Ms
ttdnTaTUocal
Agenciss in the Insurance bu.iMss tbisoi J. 33
Mi tk, ktm s iiiitiruifi. Comntny to the fa'
ETNA Insurance vompaur "sjy'i
huutmnussf this eommunilr-tani"to'arr
ind alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer 01
Cincinnati underwriter! of 18J3. L
vu.. maisi I. madlanntl durlna tut Flvw
Vears, $131,054 !i7, -i
. - TK y- rf-w.
OashOai
IABSOIjCTB ,
onunlll
And the prestige of to years success anu eavwtNwa
ISTISTHMTt Ot ' J
Over $100,000 In Ohio Secarltles
UPWARDS OF fc,a,000,000i LOSSES i
Have been paid b
Dy inoixiva. lumin
the past 40 yean.
4- . ( the past 40 years. m ?
firm and Inland N nvlaatlon.-Bl.lks aowpted
at terms consistent witn u,tu7 ; Ar7(i
Especial attention given to Insnranos of Dwellings
and Contents, fur terms 01 1 to w ,...',
Application made to any duly .cthoriaed Agent
.romntlr attended to. Bv strict attention to a legtt-
ii
..... i.v,ainA. till, rinmnanv is enabled
the future. P licljs Issued wltnoat delay by
JAB. II. CAitTBK, Agent, e; to nainsvre.u
U If' ibTa 1TV intent ITl Vina) frAttt.
ja sr iiaTini a ai err ssn r sb tr
NU K. Agent 171 vine siroe,. , i
HOOKA t, Agent. Falton, ITth Ward.
ana
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANI
OF CINCINNATI. , , .
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY Ot
No. S Front-ttreet, between Main and Sycamore.
This Company Is taking fire, Inland and Marine
Bisks at current rates of premium. ,,,,
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
DIBKOTOBSi
TFEckert, F Ball, SWPomeroy,
William Glenn, W 0 Whltoher, W 0 Mann.
Bobert Ultuhell, W H Oomstook, LOK Stona,
Bobt Buchanan, 00 Shaw, . Geo Stall,
Wm Sellew, Both Evans, J H Taaffe, '
David Gibson,' H Braobman, ' J Glsham, .
W l'U.u,.. Thn. R Klllntt.
T. If. KfiKERT. Proiident,
BrBPHBir Morse. Secretary. n8
Fire and Marine Insurance
Citizens' Insurance Company
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, v
"'' ' DIBK0T0B8:
' William Wood, Isaac C. Oopelen,
'. James If, Onnnlngham, Sydney 8. Clark,.
'.. Andrew Irkenbreober, Joseph Beakirt,
(too. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
. Georae B. Dixon.
' ISAAC U. OOPiLEN, President
OM.W.O0MLBJI, Secretary.
... A. 91. BOSS, Surveyor,
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Starlne
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office No. West Tldrd-
street, rrust vu. Duuuing. . uuounu
National Insurance Co.
.., , Clnolnnntl, Ohio. . j
(Office South-west Oor. Main and Front-itreett.)
Marino, Inland Transportation and
rire hisks ,
TAKEN AT CURRENT BATHS.
DIBB0T0B8:
John Bargoyne, B M Smith,
Bobsrt Moore,
M Feohheimer,
a II' u 1 . L.
w m riepwortn, uubs u moors,
jaw teaemer,
Thos One
JLBoss.
Thos KJ
jlartrs.
Henry Kills.
H. 0. UBNBB. Sec'r. JliO. BTJBGOVNK. fres.
no8bfm P. A. Spbioban, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
, ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
OAPITALi $150,000
rFFICB NO. 4 raONT-STRKET. ,IN.
SUBKB
alnst Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of the
a and Inland Navigation. I
DIRECTORS
JttO.WHartwell. Allen Collier. William Besor.
John W Kills, James Lupton, Ohas.W Rowland
John w Dudley, James A Jfrater, J W (Jan Hold,
G 8 Williams, H McBlrney, Bowman O Baker.
jvan v. jaAai w jiijij, freaiaent,
G. W. WuiiLSMs, Secretary. noi
FIRB AND MARINE. .. (
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI.
' 'I' ' '' J. W. GABBIBON, Pretidtnt.
8. W, BEEDEB, Secretary, , : ..... i
DiiicTOBS Henry Kesslor.. Anthonv Fav. Wm
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Baiuuel ii. Taft, tioorge W
Townlev. Smith BettSi ' ' i
BuavaioBS J. u. iiawuerand David Kaker. 0e9ay
suei-too . 'tdsnwi
aSvisod tnia. norjvoilddt no, ?nos usrnwio
tjwtflg-wjqtunrojj paw ttw-oiejso tOQ 'tj
' "00 2J H3HIVH 'JA 'JA
"orfoff pn senivui ifi1iod ' 'ma
qtoioSnpioa 'uexos a 4uojj 'teuiqosur ntns 1 'uan
-unj aepua pas jeddu qjoq TPllos sso)semij-r
nohi &kohx9 ni ia ia.i 'sazi3 1 V
inH pQdj; pu moo
Utrnioa PH JJnrpuTia siqBjjoj ;i
ROOFIJVO I ; HOOFIAft
THE OUTCAST ECASTIC ME
TALLIC BOOFIKO" it offered to the pnblio
as the best and oheapest Metal Hoof now nsed, its
merit. umbGu ur au eaperumce 01 years in tms city
au .iviui,, Afiviivu ,a un VI Bleep, uiu vr nev
buildlnss. Mo solder nsed fastened eaonralv . with.
out exposure to tlie totion of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part
the United States, can be applied bj1 any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orden promptly filled.
. '...v..-,;, si Ut 0ALDWJBX1, A 00,
it westQccona tcreet.
; 3303XT3VES17S,
FLOWERS
"Pflarhpra anil Wlnfnr Mtlllnorv -i
Of every description, which I am silling at asms!
advanoeon Rew fork prioes, wholesale and retail.
' -. s y. J. WEBB, Jr.,
aot "' 184 Fifth-street, bet Baos aad Elm.
OANDYI OANDY
' H. ZwT. OLAH1X,
(gncosssarto MntsAOo,) t.' '"
Xurafaetnrvn and Wnolasslt) DeaJirt
Yi M-li -ih-: " , ! '
40 MAI if STREET, CINCINNATI
I - . :my
C. VV. M ACKELFRESH,
- niaaafaatarar of !
TIN, SHEBT-IRON AND ZINO WARE,
Baking and Beidliti Fowdor Box t, Tl Speak,
lug Tube, Kotifiug, and Dealers in fitovsa, No.,
Fifthitreet, Olnolnnatl, Ohio. j '
' AVT All kinds ef Job Work promptly attended
, , tdo7am , , .
OKlEKTAIi EXCHANGE.
Iflll UNDBESIQNBD.HAVINa BCTII
ja. isu ins Miiws in ins (tnqulrer
Duuaiog, are now prepares to lurnisli
their friends with the best imported
tr Baltimore Shell Gvatsra servad In
svery ttyle.
dei-tm' 1 ' EASTWOOD A SABQHHTi"
HOLIDAY GOODS. Ws bar jort it
celveda large supply of new Fruits, toon
Figs. Prunes, Natural Peaches, Pineapple, Dlaek-
Preserved Fruits, In endless variety ; delicate
Port, Bberry, Madelia and Champagne Wines, form
ing the largest aad most complete assortment
"gooatnings- ever oaersa U) we city Before, jror
sals, wholesale and retail, by
A. MoDOltAXD 4 00
wii ptjawou arrmowq owrajsgiT tr sbssb, loqjtn
w
M. H. BALDWIN, ATT0BN1J
III) nOTTNHEI.LUR AT LAW and SI..t
CoDVatitsloner of the Sunerior and Common Plm.
OodrA. Bank Building, north west corner of Main
d Thlrd-etreata. : .. i , . gn.
FRAJWLIN TTPN AND STEREO1
PrlatiM ikaaTlaaorBl U lads. Its Vine'
STEKEOTTf
ntesdant.
Uw.O
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
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Th fihartast Haute betwean
Clnelniatl
mi PuaenserTValnsleaTeOlndunatldlJlr. fi-cm
the foot of Mill and Front streets.
fl:50 A. Bl.-Otilcago Mall arrives st Indlattpo;is
at iaTMPjM., Ohieago at lotto Ml. This train
oonneots with all night trains out of Chloago lor
the West and Norta-wesi) ooaneots a lunisnap
lis with trains for Terra Haute: also witb Pot a
trains for fern Logantyort, fori Wayns and !-
l6iai45 P. M.-JIerra 'Hants and Ltyayettt Ao.
oommooation arrives at Indianapolis at 6: IS P. U
making direct connections at isuianapous wa urn
tayette trains for Decatur, BcringfieM, Maples, Qoln
oy, Hannibal and St. Josspiu
TP. iil. Chicago Kxpress arrives at Indianapolis
at 12: 16 A. M., making olwse oonnectionsatOhloag
witn ai l morning trains out oi . vnioagu. ... .
Bleeping oars are attached to all the night train!
on this line. andruB through to Chloago without
Ohangsof oars. ( . ,A,. .v'i...
TDlsts exclusively a western ana nuriu-vwwm
rente, and with faverable and reliable arrangements
witn an oonneoiisiv, ruau. .uivuhuuu. hi. ui,
Wast, gnaranteet unusual care and the amplest ao
Qoramodatioui to the patrons oi thll line. -
The Comptny't exclusive Telegraph Lin It used
when necessary, ts govern the movement of trains,
aad lioughridge s celebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger trains, oy wnicn uier oanns
perfectly controlled; besides ail toe other modern lm-
. ...... M .... n. (. v. .rA,w n.
ptvvviueuuii uwiommmiy 1U1 ,uv wui.u.. win. wmtvuj v,
passengers, the maaagers of this road bar liberally
provided. j,, , - ; . v ,
Smoking-eais on this Una; :
1 1 sasr Oesnre yon k,re in the right ticket office before
Co purchase your tlcksts, aad ask for tiokett via
twrenceborg and Indianapolis. .
! f are the same as br any othsr Note. Bagsagt
snooked through.
thhuuuu TiuaBTS, goeu nniii ntea, oan oe oo
uined at the tloket oBloes, at Bpencer Hoqsa Sornor
nertb-west oornsr Broadway and Front; Mo. 1 Bur
at Hnnsa florners at I ha Walnnt-street Honss.and
At Depot ofttoe, fool of Mill, on Front street, when
all necessary information mar be bad. ,
umntousot rna to ana iron oaou train, ana w
call foi passengers at all hotel) and all parts ot tLe
oily, bi leaving address U el to r offlos.
' . W. H. L.H0BM, '
noli ' ' '-'" Oeaeral Tloket Agent,
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
I BsIMiasssmtsiiiMBj
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
CIX DAILY TRAINS LEA VI TEN
Hlxth-street Depot. , , .. , -
' Trains rnn through to Cleveland Bandnsky, To
ledo and Indianapolis without ohange of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North.
sn and North-western citleo, ,
. A. M. EXfHESS TRAIN For Hamilton.
Richmond, Indianapolis, Lalayette, Ohieago, and all
Western Cities. Connects at Bichmond with 0. and
0. Koad for Logans port; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
7:!i0 A. III. TRAIH For Dayton, Springfield,
Sauduaky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
close connections witb all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at Ubbajna roa Co.
lvhbds; at Bollefoiitaine with B. and I. B. B Kast
and West: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Ohioago Bailroad East and West: at Clyde with
Cleveland and Toledo Bailroad trains for Olevelaud
tnd Detroit: at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
chester and Mnncie.
10 A. ai. EXPRESS TRAIN For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, Mew
Tork, and all Kaatern cities. Alto connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Kaatern cities. V
3.40 P. BI. TRAIN For Hamilton, Blchroon,
Indianapolis, Terre Hante and Saint Louts; i
nectt at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac. '
Si30F. W. TRAIN For Dayton, SnrlngSald,
Bellefontaine, Lima, Toledo,' Detroit, Ohioago, and
all points in Canada. ' Connects at Bellefontaine with
B. and I. B. K., East and West.
lli0 P. III. KXPltEMd THAIN-For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New Tork, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities,
anTThe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
P. M., leaves daily sxotpr Batvbdsts. All other
trains leave daily ixobpt Busdavs: -
For further Information and Tickets, apply at the
Tloket offices north-east oorner Front and Broad,
way; Ho. M Walnut-street, sear Gibson House; at
ibe new Ticket Office, on the west side of Tine-street,
betweenPottotfloe and B urnet House: at the Walnut
street House, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
noli D. MolilBKW, Buperlntendei.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD
im FT w saw aw jsat wf awrwrenswsw.
1
r, Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
r
ot
FIRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. oonneots via Colnmbnt and Cleveland;
ia Colombos, BteubenvllU) and Pittsburg; via
Oolumbns, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus and Bellair (Wheeling)- Also, for Springfield,
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
' BECONJ) THAIN-Columbut Accommodation
at 4:40 . M. Tbis traiu stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Oolumbns, and Cincinnati aud
Springfield.
TIjORD TRAIN Night Express at 11i30 P.
BI., connects via Colombus and Bellair (Wheeling);
Tia Oolnmbns, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Steubenvllleand Pittsburg; via Columbus tnd
Cleveland, t ... . - .- , . i ..
This Train stops at Lovelsnd, Morrow, Zenla
and London. BLKEPINOOABSCH THIS TRAIN.
axsrTheDay Kxpress runs through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via btenbenville, without
ohange of cars. - . -n
The NIGHT KIPBKS3 Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:,10P. M., runs daily, except BATOHDAYS.
Tbe other Trains ran dally, except SUNDAYS.
For all Information, and Through Tlokete to Bos.
tori, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at ins Offices, Walnut Street House, Mo. 4 Bur.
net House, south-east oornor of Broadway and Front
streets, and at tbe Eastern Depot.
Trains rnn by Ooismbns time, which It seven mill'
atot faster than Cincinnati time,
,! ' J. DCBAHD, Bnp't.
Omnibuses call for paseengert by leaving direotiong
at)heTl,okt Offices. nolt
Commencing Dec. 4. 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
I ' THRO0OH WITHOUT OHANOl OF CABS.
Two Daily Trains tor Vlncennes, Cairo aud Bt,
Louts, at 7:20 A. M., and 7:20 P. M.
TtirW Dally Trains for Louisville, at 7:30 A. M .
2:00 P.M., and 7:W P.M.; '
Cue Train for Evansville at 7:30 P. M.
. The Trains oonnect at St. Louis for all points In
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg,
' Natchei and New Orleans.
-; One Through Train on Sunday at 7:S0 p. M.
Bktdbmimo Fast Line-Leaves Kast' St. Louis,
Sundays excepted, at :0 A.M., arriving at Cincin
nati at 10:15 P. Jtt. -
Exfbbss Tbaih Leaves East St. Louis daily at 4:C0
P.M., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:88 A.M. '
' ' FOB THBOUOH TICKKT8
To all apiBts West aidBonth, please apply at the
offices.- Wslnnt-sf res t House, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, .N0. 1 Bnrnet House, corner office,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
HouseOffl ce, and at tlie Depot, corner Front and Mill
tfeets. W. H-OLEMKNTiden'LBnperintendent.
.CmniDMescaU for
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Mnt1! "JE
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
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TWO PAIfcTRBODJIHT BAINS leave SUlt
,TJBH.
stresg
nmas.
wMm.ox mrai.ao.iui push direct, making closa
JnhTCl'.',fi " nd .Northeast.
FuZZTmS, ImS ISTK L.K"ao,i"' fioBmono witb
rz7i . """.pvausiior anaeiton, xoko.
o.l,tZKxrin folnit OB Wabash Tall.y
aoVNIpti
olose oonnectlontat Indianaeolls. IvattoanJnai:
fanviue.)
(Mena,4
WnleUh.BaciM, Decatur, Bloomlngton.jrollet, La
urm
YhTftrft ohteu
, Forrurtherlnformatlon and Through Tickets u.
ily to Ticket Offices, north-east ootner t ft on t and
Broadwayt No, IM Valhut strost7nsaV FoS?thral
nl-iil'-Si-JSi E0BBOW Snper!tsndeut.
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H I W, H. BJ11TH, Agtat,
KwftlWypUaW JUBVJanfPayS. tjTsMUOTITIIlA.
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