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We have, already given ., soiuo Prenti-
ccano, anil now add a few more: .
Mr. Amaziah String advertises in tliu
Ueorujia Constitutionalist that a young
man hau ran off with his two daughters.
i hat is outrageous. What a the uso of
two strings to one beau? , ,
-A writer, who has just returned from
China, says that the most useful drop
raised by -tne Chinese is peas. J lie
Celestials are a- prudent people they
raina tneir peas ana euesl .
"Doctor, what do y ju think is the
cause of this frequent rush of blood to
my head?" "Oh, it is. nothing but an
effort of nature. Nature, you know, a) -
nors a vacuum. : '
The most smiling and placid counte
nance oftentimes masks the most dan'
serous temper. The most terrible thun
derbolt we ever saw was shot from a cloud
nrohed by a beautiful rainbow.
A lady who could not conceal even
Iroiu licrself the plainness of her Face.
boasted that her back was perfect That
is tne reason, 1 suppose, that yourincmls
are always glad to see it," said one of lu r
It is very well that the youth of our
country should get high, but they should
do so as the oaks do by drinking water.
"8110 isn't all that my fancy painted
her," bitterly exclaimed a rejected lover;
"and, worse than that, she isn't all that
she paints herself.". . .
Two cousins, named Crickett, wei
married last , weok in Jefferson County.
We are opposed to such cricket matches.
The Americans aro followers of us
in everything, London Age. We must
confess, that our soldiers followed yours
in the last war.
Call a lady "a chicken," and ten to
one she is angry. Tell her she ia "no
chicken," and twenty to one she ia still
"You seem to walk moro erect than
usual, my friend," "Yes, I have been
straitened by circumstances."
An editor who thinks himself very
smart, says in his columns, that he never
londs himself to party hacks. We presume
he prefers selling.
Men will always be apt to think tho
money markot tight if they are in the
unfortunate babit of getting so themselves.
"Can't we make your lover jealous,
miss?" "Oh, yes, sir, I think we an, if
we put our heads together."
"I mean to abandon my habits of
life," said a dissipated gentleman. "Are
you sure, sir, that they aro not abandoned
' "My dear wife, I wish you would try
U. keep your ..temper." "My dear hus
band, 1 wish you would try to get rid of
r-If philanthropy is properly defined to
be a love of mankind, most women have
mi unequivocal title to be considered
As Claude Ii.'s wife sat quietly in
the twilight, a fellow stolo behind her
and kissed her. "Is it Claude?" she
asked, hurriedly. "No, dear madam."
A moment afterwards he was hoard to
cxelame, "Oh, yes, I am claw'd now,
indeed 1 am."
A; western editor boasts that his
State furnishes a greater quantity of oats
than any other in the Union. lie forgets
to say whether she also furnishes a greater
number of assos to eat them.
Mr. Day, of Colchester, has brought
an action against his neighbor for steal
ing his dog. .. No doubt he thinks that
every dog should have his day, and every
Day his dog. - ..
"I am certain, wifo,, that I am right
and that you are wrong; I'll bet my ears
on it." "Indeed, husband, you shouldn't
carry betting to such extreme lengths."
A writer, dwelling upon the import
ance of small things, says that ho always
takes "note even of a straw." Especially,
porhaps, if there's a julep at ono end
of it - ;; . .
An acquaintance booeta that his vir
tues are in everybody's mouth. He is
decidedly mistaken. . His vioes are in
other people's mouths, and his virtues in
his eye. - .
A man in our State, who attempted
to hug a beautiful young woman, Miss
Lemon, has sued her for striking him in
the eye. Why should a fellow squeeze a
Lemon unless he wants a punoh?
A western editor, not noted for
brilliancy, says that he would rather put
quostions than respond to them. He has
probably read that fools may ask qestions,
but that it takes wise men to answer
"I am very much troubled, madam,
with cold feet and hands." "I should
suppose, sir, that a young gentleman who
has had so many mittens given him by
the ladies, might at least keep hie hands
warm! " .
An Inoon vbkibnt Present. J. Russell
Parsons, of Hoosio Falls, N. Y. recently
received from Lord Berwiok's estate a
full blooded hull dog. It took two ex
prissmen to take him to Troy, where he
got loose' and oame near slaughtering a
whole drove of pigs. At the falls heas
caged in a barn, but a few days since he
escaped, and pounced on a valuable horse
belonging to Mr. Parsons, taking tho
animal by tbe throat, and was only
induced to let go his hold after half a
dozen men had mauled him with dubs.
Finally, the animal was secured and
chained, and the citizens relieved of their
anxiety.' ' ' . ';,:, - v.... , . t 1
Mitt" A young lady remarked to a fop
the other day that his penknife, in one're
npoct, resembled him The ladies in the
room commenced guessing what it could
In-. At last : a smart-looking little boy,
who nn till now had sat in one corner
silent, was asked to guess. "Well, I
don't know, unless because it's bo dull"
tUfl he most influential man, in a free
country at least, is the man who has the
ability as well as the courage, . to speak
what he thinks when, occasion requires
.To Workmen. --rA hint to workmen, in
poor health, who have to rise early, and
to walk any great distance before break
fast : Into the bottom of a tumbler . or
sugar-bason put "the yolk of two eggs
(when they are cheap), and mill them up
into a froth, with some powdored lump
sugar or brown sugar; then fill the
tumbler or bason with boiling coffee, and
you will have a "before breakfast' fit for
a king, and on the strength of which you
may defy malaria, or a ten miles walk.
I write this for tho "delioato" as health
is everything with them for themselves
and families; and it is far better than ta
king the morning dram or glass of beer;
and it is a better and far cheaper tonic
than can be purchased at the doctor's
Bhop. Engineers on railways agree that
coffee is the very best thing to take early
in the morning. 1'lumbers and painters
should drink "pure unadulterated" milk,
as it counteracts the poisonous fumes of
The Utility of Snow. Snow answers
many valuable purposes in the economy
ot nature. Aocumuiatea jupon high re
gions it serves to feed, by its gradual mel
ting, streams of running water, which a
sudden increase of water in the form of
rain would convert into destructive tor
rents or standing poolSg and in many coun
tries tempers tho burning heats of sum
mer, by cooling tho breeset which pass
over it. Jn severer climates, on the con
trary, it serves as a defense, against the
rigors of winter, by the protection which
it affords to vegetation against the frost,
aud the Bhelter which it gives to animals
who bury themselves under the snow.
Even in more temperate climates vegeta
tion suffers from an open winter, and it
has been found that Alpine plants per
ished in the mild winter of England from
want of their usual snowy covering.
An American Timon. An old man
has been wandering about through Wash
ington and Fox Townships, in this State,
for about three months, living exclusively
out of doors, and almost destitute of cloth
ing. .. He, no doubt, is insane, and from
his own history he has beon living in this
way for ten years. He says he lias not
been in a house for over two years
camps out in the woods and lives on
rousted potatoes. How he survives these
cold nights is more than wo can imagine.
He builds a fire by the side of a log, and
clears the snow and leaves away, the
ground being his bo d and the sky his only
cover over head.
Strange Adherence to an Absurd
Custom. Among the many strange cus
toms of the past still preserved in England,
is one which requires the Sheriff of the
City of London, or one of the under-
Sheriffs, on any day between the Feast of
St Miohael the Archangel and Morrow
of St Martin, to go through before tbe
Queen's Remembrancer the ceremony of
chopping faggots with a bill-hook and
adze, as suit and service for a piece of
land callod the Moor, in Shropshire; and
the counting or six horse-shoes and sixtv-
ono nails, as suit and service for a piece
of land called the Forgo, in the parish of
Four Good Habits. There were four
good habits a wise man recommended
to be essentially necessary tor the man
agement of temporal concerns; and these
were, punctuality, accuracy, steadiness
una uispaton. w ithout the brat ot these,
time is wasted; without the second, mis
bikes the most hurtful to our own credit
and interest and that of others may be
committed; without the third, nothing can
bo well done; and without the fourth,
opportunities of great advantages are lost,
which it is impossible to recall.
Simple Curb for Croup. We find in
the Journal of health the following simple
remedy for this dangerous disease. Those
who have passed nights of agony 'at the
bodsido of loved children, will treasure it
up as a valuable pioce of information:
If a ohild is taken with croup, apply
eold wator ice water if possible lot the
sufforer drink as much as it can, then
wipe it dry, cover it up warm, and soon a
quiet slumber will relievo the parent's
anxiety, and lead the heart in thank
fulness to the Power which has given to
tho pure, gushing fountain such medical
Brown wrote to Jones: "I have
left my snuff-box on your table please to
return it by the bearer." He was about
to seal the note, when he discovered his
snuff-box in his pocket, and therefore
added a postcript "I have just found it,
so do not trouble yourself to look for it,
And he dispatched the letter.
i j"That's aflame of mine," as the
bellows said to the fire.
i A hioh rent. A hole in the top of
your hat -...
! HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEK-HIVE GALLEBY, oor
ner of Fifth and Western-row. Photographs,
tlelalnotypo And Ambrotrpe taken cheaper than
elsewhere in the olty. Oil Colored Photographs
made of all iir.es, from life to the smallest miniature.
Flotures neatly Bet in Locket, Breast-pins, Finger
tinge and Bracelet. AU work warranted.
InolS-ar ' A. 8, BLOOM, Artist.
AKES AND 'REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS in a mperior manner. Satisfactory
reference! given. Addreaa No, 1, Bycamore-street,
Corner of Front. - del
PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
BAQS. for Orooers, Druggists, Tea Denier and
othan, made from extra quality of Wrapping, Ua
nlDaand White Tea Paper,
i n,ooo No. 1 Wrapping and Manilla:
SiKI.OCiu No. t . "...
aio.onoNo. a -
t ' ' 1 aoo.onoHo. 4 . -'.
, SOO.OUONo. S . : "
3Mli0 No. 8 ,
arj.ooo No. 10 " "
. 2(10,(100 No. 13 - . ''.'.
. . Hxyxic No. is , , .
. i. aoo,00 Na. 18 , ,
. ,UO0 No, 20 , :....
.' L: J Whit. Tea Bag ' , . -.
''SHAWM. - ;. r;f- ,
The a bote ar ant tin In unbtM .r mm v...... uau
we are manufaoturiuff rmm in ....,,-
thousand Bags per (lav
i . . , , , NIXON ft OHATFULD, : '.
. . ."V. ,V "r ""iii!jnirrB, , "
ocaa i 77 pd 7 WiTnut-trwt.
BADDLEi TRUNK AND IIAfiNESS
09 Maln-atreet, thr door abore Third.
fTJ&T&V OH V AND AND MAKE TO OR:
and moat rabatantial manr.er. Also, a large mmort-
nientvi none Diaaieu, w aipi, uarpnt and ucathar
k)as, Bridle Bits. Bnflalo Jtobes, Valise (the real
)le-leatber). Mall Trunks, Bpong.ant a large ae
firtment betobginf to this line., I will sell as low
I " : '
D. S. CASEICX.
a .i i
; Door Locks,
It. It, CAB AND SWITCH LOCKS,
Door, and Gate-Sprigs,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
SII.VER-PIATED ' IJOOR-PLATES,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
Tho public are respectfully invited to call end
amine the varloua pattern and prlcos. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
h - GEOHtiR MCGREGOR, .
notem ' No. U3Firth-streot,2d door from Bscs.
A. B. COLVILLE,
No. 41 last Second-street, between Breamore and
Broadway, Oinoinnati, keeps every description of
(hunter, Plntrbrm, Cattle, Railroad Depot,
and Track Soalenj Trub, , ..
; Iron Wnaona, ovo. , , I . .,
Bxipairng dona on tha shortest aotice. nol-ta
B. KITTEEDGE & CO
1134 MAIN STB EST, OINO RATI. 0., .
66 Bt. Charles st re st, N e w O rl ana, L a
Importara of CI una dc Sporting Ajparataa,
AD D11L1BI ill BOTI rOWPla. ' ''
HAILRO AD HOTEL.
(Fronting the Steamboat Landing.)
North-eatt corner Broadway aud Front,
" " ''oiMoimiA'nC'o.'.' .; :
R. F, LEVERING) Proprietor.
. :, -i v '. oc7em1 ' - - - -
H. CA.MPBELL & CO.;.
1 ANCf ACTUKER8 OF BAR, SHEET
XJM. and Bailor Iron, Plow Hlabs, Kallroa pikes
Kto. Alto', A lents for the sale of ronton live Nails
Warerooms no. ID Saettieeond Street. Oln'lnnat t
MTAIIkln iilron mails to prder. : 1 106
CLEANER OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. W Hlsth-street, between Vine and Kace, In
the Medical Uollexe, Oinoinnati, Ohio. Persons who
umy ittTor iiiin wun ineirparonage,oanreiepimo.
mamy ana low prices. spi-ay
i Money! Money! Money!
Removed from 36 West SUtb-atroeb , t
MONET LOANED ON WATCHES. JEW
ELBY and all kinds of Merohandiss. at low
rates of interest, at No. 172 YIna-street. Mween
ronrtjnd Fifth., , 2is
PHILADELPHIA. , ..
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. SIX JTIFTH-STBEET. SOUTH BIDS, '
(Near tbe corner of Tine,) '. :
C. I.. VKJKER8, Proprietor.
OvBtCfn and Game served In all style. MaaIh tittl
U. P. EL1AS ;
, New Wholeialft .
16 West Fourth Street
Where oan be had erery article appertaining to tn
Business at a nmoh lee price, for CASH, than
has ever before been.oSeredta this market. ' '
QIVE US A CAUL" ;',
a nd see for fonrselyes. apM v
WM.. WH (TAKER,
No. M) N. E. Oor. Fifth and Lodge utrente, belwecn
Walnut and Vine. Oinoinnati. , i
, st'KOTACLB, etc, kept constantly on hand. -SpocinluttenUou
given toUleaning and Bepalrlng
Vi atehw and Jewelry. myld
ItEGGS A SMITH, No. 6 West 4th, St.
! & EE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
iM. their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
silverware and Diamonds. . . ,
A tine assortment of Plated Tee eatf and Cutlery
and Opera Glasses. - tu
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
: dr. SAiU'L silskel:
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
l'HK BKIN, KHKDMATISM, DISEASES OF
ft'OMKN, and snch Ohronlo eomplainta as maybe
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopatbio system
if hisoOce. . -
. Vapor, ttalphnr, Iodine, Araeoio, Mercury, Tur
kish, Utusian and Electro-Chemical Batbs, a Sis
penaary of Medicine, and every manner Of Electrio
and tlagnetio Apparatus.
; NO. 87 WEST SEVEN TH-bTBEBT.
aremce hoars A. M.to5 ' an9.-tfl
R. S, NEWTON, M, D,
Offlo, 90 .West SeYeatli Street,
1ITW11I TIR1 AID BAOI.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Ornoa-Ne. to West Seventh street, between Vine
tnd Usee. Huidcnui No. 63 Seventh street, be
ween Walnat and Vine. Orrroa UocsifciM to &X
a. W .llttoaS P.M.:Tto8 p. M.
WM. M. HUNTER.
J. TAFT, ;
(Sneoesjor to Knowlton & Taft.) '
No. 56 West Foarth St., bet. Walnut & Vine
MADAME EjlbLIS. M. D., HAS FOTJNP
at last )Mt What the Ladles have lengneedeo
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to enre all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra
ProhtP"?" or ailing of the Womb, Painful Menstrn
tW,,hloroi8 Amenorrhea; lipfatot, a perfect cure
is gii'rantieelt by the nse of from two to Ave bottles ,
0ft-Uxit' ,of disease whatever of the Gener.
awvSu'd Urinary Organs, of male or female.no
mattfflof how long standiug. Price jl per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
" mo,t promin9a,iTO-
"TO TBI PDBLIOAKD IH1 LaDIM IH PARTTOOLAa.
We, the nndersigned, are not In the habit of giving
V5& "StU? Mtdlolnesi but knowing well the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all female
suffering from Female Disease of any kind; it Is
purely vegetable, and in no oaaa oan do Injury; w
jay to all try, and our word for it. yon will ftnd re-Ue,,-
F. D. HILL, Dnii 1st,
teaff "Corner of Fifth and liaoeHtt?U.
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH f IM uV
LATINO OOUOU AND LIVEB Bi L8AH
J. L'1I1i.oJghs. Oolds, Hoarseness. Via.
?J. Br"Slni Headacho. Flatulency, lleart
nhSLC5r.n 0 Bhedtnattaia. Bihione Oholic, Oramp
SS'IT' I?'Vt7. Loss of Appetite, and in. Pain'
ful Honstruatlon it is a oertain euro, and givea
immejflate re lief. In any of the above diseases
it will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the use of two bottles. OnlyeiToent
bottle so cheap that every person can get It.
N, l.-For sale by F. D. BILL, Drnitgist, oomer
of Kace and Fifth-streetBj J. D. PABK, comer of
Fonrth and Walnut; SUIRB, EOKSTEfN Co..
corner Vine and Fourth: JOHN DICKSON, corner
' f,hn and Sixth; PAUL BEINLBIN. corner et
Eighth and Freeman. Also, EOWABD SCAN LAN
A Wa ?l7?'0DMliL,1 n' fourth; and Madame
ELLH, 144 West Sixth-street. sep27-ay
J. J. BUTLER'S , v
Gxceltior Flnld Inkf .
v '14 i
;.;..' ' Holiday Gffig, ro. ; ' ;
WE INYITE ' ATTB5TI0KT TO THE
law and beautiful assortment of FANCY
GOODS, which we have jn.t received tor the Holl.
days . Bohemian Bottles, Pearl Jewel Caskets, Bo-
Spalding's Prepared Glue,
THIS EXCELLENT ARTICLE IS FOR
a ,.' I ALBIBT BOSS. Drngglst,
dU 6. W. or. UghthHit, and' Weswrn-row.
f ?orte.monnales, Bohemian Puff Boxes, Pearl
Inlaid Brushes, Ao. . For sale at very low arlow.
'..- ALBERT BOS; DnigglitT. '
n. w.cor. nigiiintu, ana weetern-row.
: THE OYSTER TRADE.
tBaiLia ni i' ''
THE SUBS0KIBEB .I3 HOW BECEIV.
INQ DAILY, by the Adama Cxprees, M ALT-
BY'8 world-renowned Baltimore ......
Freth Can, Ke? and Shell Oyitere.
Fresh, Hermetically-sealed COTE, BPIOED a
PIUUlLED OVBTSlto. : i
ROBEBE OEE, Ajent
Depot. 11 West rifth-street
,; FUESH "' . " :
Oyster Importing House.
i NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET. ' 1
H1HE SUBSCEIBEtt IS NOW RE0EI7-
JL UNO dally, per Xxpreas, his splendid Oysters.
Having completed arrangements In Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all times during
the season be prepared to furnish my friends, "and
the rent or mankind," with the most DELICIOUS
BIVALVES imported to the Queen City, None bni
tbe vory best Imported. Great inducements offered
atthislmporting-hons. i. '
.Order sioUcilod and promptly filled. Turmscasb.
PKTKB t AVA(.A,
septet'' '' '- "' Bole Importer end Proprietor. " '
U) OYSTERS, mfc
TODD'S OLD STAND,
NO. 60 SIXTH-STREET. I AM RECEIV
ING dally. SETH'S Celebrated MAMMOTH
OYSTEIIS which I am selling at nnprecedented
low prloes by case or doaen. Dealers and Families
wanting a very large, fresh Oyster, will please send
their orders. Attached to this establishment is a
nloe, quiet, respectable Saloon, where you oan have
Oysters Cooked in every style, and served np in a
clea 1 an 1 superior manner. Charges less than at an;
other plAee. - locioj JOHN NA1BN.
superior;, old, plantation
Depot) 93 Syonniore-street, opposite the
. National Theater.
E. C. BOOKING, Agent,
ALSO Dressed Fish and Game; fresh and sweet
cutler, c, aeuverea at an nours, tree oi cnarge.
ir TkToxi "Want
mJ Fine, Fat, Freeh Qmaxs,
Magnnra Bonumi, at his Wholesale and BetailOyi-
tor uouae, , . ,i .
253 253 253 253 253
" "' WALNUT-STREET. '
no 1 Fifth door above Sixth, west Bids.
, J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
' reoeiveu aauy oy tne aoams isx
press Company, in whole and half cans.
All Oysters sold warranted fresh and of
the very best anality. J. B. OWINGS,
N. B. The trade supplied on the most liberal
term..' ' ; ' ' opaicm
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & 00.,
: . r Miwiilivotbnrt tad PetUen in .
(BOTH HAND AND POWKB.)
Aid all kinds of Prlntlna; Mnterlalu, No.
173, ITS nnd 1T7 West Seeond-etreet,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. -
ESPECIAL ATTENTION t IS CALLED
to onr MEDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months we have introduced them Into four-
. . Jlff.ul ...... .t iL. TT I 1 .V. 1. - i .
satisfaction to the parties pnrchasi ng. The power is
so me center oi me piaion ; consequently
there Is no possibility of its springing from any
tmotuw of pressure, The motion la so transmitted
3 it as to causo a dwell on the point of contact with
the form, Insuring A PEBFECT IMPBESBION at
a high rale of speed. 1 '
Printers in want of the BEST JOBBEB should
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination . They are strong, d arable and rapid, and
are WABBANTID to give the moat entire satis
taction, , , ; I aol
TnE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AKD
BDBGLAB PBOOF 8 AFES.-They have given
more satisfaction than any other now in use,
wVj offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOl.
&AHH to any person that can, up to the present
tltoe.ehowasjnala instance wherein they have failed
to preserve tbi& content. ,,, .
With tbh SaFR we challenge all competition, al
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Firs
and Burglar Prqef jnow made; and are willing to
test with any enifflshmint ,in the Union, and the
earty falllna first, to forfeit in tha ethar. tha mm
oft2,000. ,. : . - ..
We are prepared to furnish a better Bare, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer In the United
DHWh - 1 ' - . r . . ' ' .
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
1 We respectfully invite the publio to call andejam.
in onr stock before purchasing elsewhere.
,, . BALIi, UABBOLL A 00., ..
augU-yt No. 15 and 17 Kast Oolumbla street
FormartyofHall.DodQs A Oo.t late Urban.Dodds A Oo,
W. B. Dodds Sc Co.,
FIrf ; and ' Burglar Proof
:,-;,'o ji: ip ias'; -
8. w. Corner of Xty 8ooud Street.
; : 1 ' ! i, . -t ....f.. 'in
Thts" H the most reliable FIB1 AHD BUBOLA '
PBOOF IAF tbatls made In tbe United StatMLand
la warranted parfootly fre from damp. Van be sold
at lower prloas.and is of better worLmanshl than
eaa be found latwber, w
We hav a large assortmsnt on hand, and are da.
tarmlsed to sell at price that cannot tali pleale.
Takea Intzchang. SiOORD-BABD BAFXS al.
ways op hand at eitmipaly low prion. , tin
RIMOVAL-E. OSMOND,' M. D
Oentiet, aa removed to nSVlae-stnet. sau
eveatU, opposite Mm ttae Qffl T "SSfc'f
B Y ' S T A1? E "AV T H 0 E I X f
Incoiporatedl819. Charter Perpetual
WAmnev establlshedln Otnotnnatt In 1 Win. an.
tedatlns all ereaent local lnsuranceOomeauleaant
Agenoies in the Insurance business in this city. 3J1
years ooaitant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the AtTNA Insurance Company o the favora
ble patronage of this oommonisr-etanding solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati ndrwrliersoI18'J3. ; .
Leases paid la Clanlnnntl durlngr paat sT1t
m,, . Veare, 8io,ttft4 i- -w
Cash Capital 1,000,000.
IAB8OL0TB AUD UNIMPAIRED.) WITH A
SURPLUS OK 1, 030,43 80.
And the prestige of 40 years access andeacxtatetioe.
, JRVISTMiPTg OP
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OK 814,000,000, LOSSES
Have been paid by the Aitoa Iuauranoe Company In
the past 40 years.
Fire anil Inland Navlaatloa.Btsks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profit,
fiepeoial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Content, for terms of 1 to oy . i. i r i
Application made to any duly .ntborieed Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance bosiness, this Company is enabled
to offer both indemnity for the Bast and seonrltyfor
the future, P Ucli issued without delay by
jab. a. ua i aa, Agent, at. 1U uaio street.
A. F, PATO'i. Assistaut Agent...
B. K. LIND ST, Agent 171 Tine street.
J.J. HOOKA t, .deut. Fulton. 17th Ward, ant
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
' ' OP CINCINNATI.
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
Mo. 2 Front-street, bet ween Halnand Sycamore,
This Company is taking Fire, Inland and Marine
Sinks at current rates of premium.
Iiosaes fairly adjusted and promptly paid. ''
t" i i J.- ' D1BB0T0B8: -; li v ''
f FEckert, F Ball, SWPomeroy, .i
William Glenn. W 0 Whltcher, W 0 Mann.
Robert Mitchell, W H Comstock, L8K Stone,
Bobt Buchanan,: OOShaw, Geo Stall,
Wm Sollew, Seth Evans, ' n J B Taaffe, .'
David Oibson. H Brachman.. . J Q Isham. : . ..
H Clearwater, Thos K Klliott. ' J '
, . i F; ECKEBT, President '
Stiphir Mobsb, Secretary, noA
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Wood. Isaac 0. Oopelen, '
' James F. Cunningham, Sydney 8. Clark,
Andrew Krkenbrecher, Joseph Beakirt,
Geo. W. Bishop, - ' Wm. Fisher,
. George B, Dixon.
ISAAC (I. OOPELEN, President;
010. W. Corfu, Secretary. -
A.M. BOSS, Surveyor. '
la prepared to issue Policies on Fire and Marine
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office Mo. J West Third
street, Trust Co. Building. - .- ..f noSbfm
National Insurance Co.,
. Cinoinnnti, Ohio.
(Offloe South-west Cor. Main and Front-street,)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKEN AT CURRENT ltATES. ,
f ' DIBBOTOBS! :'
John Borgoyne, XM Smith, Kolurt Moore,
Wm Hepwortta, Cu&s L Moore, H Fechheimer,
FXWiedemer, ThosOng, , 8 W Smith, ,
J L Boss. Thos B Bigg,' Henry KUis.
U. C. UBHXB, Sec'y. J HQ. BUBOOlMIf.Pres.
noBbfm . P. A. Spbiomak, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1839.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
SDBES against Loss and Damage by Iflre; also:
Perils of (U. Sea and Inland Navigation. . ,
i . . BIBKOTOBS:
Jno.W Hartwell, Allen Collier, " William Boaor. "
John W Kills, . JamesLupton, ' Chas.W Rowland,
John W Oudloy, James A Fraeer, J W Canfleld.
D T Woodrow, .BMW Taylor, A 8 Winslow.
08 Williams, H MoBiruey, Bowman 0 Baker.
JOUN W. HARTWELL, President,
0. W. Whuaih, Secretary. I no8
FIRK ANIf DIAUINR. " "'
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI. .
u , J. W. OA8BIS0N, President.
8. W. KKKDEB, rjeoretary. . , .
Dibbctors Henry Sessler, Anthony Fay, Wm.
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel H. Taft, George W.
Townley. Smith Bett. . , '
twmm-1. B. Lawder anil David Baker. de9ay
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qiomniiioa sjosmj anorj'ieuiqainr tnain woa
una upuu pae jeadn qioq Cpnoi sve) 'amjj -ar.r
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THE OUTCAST ELASTIC ME
TALLIC B00F1N0" is offered to the public
as th best and cheapest Metal Boof now need, its
merits tested by an experience of yean in this city
end vicinity. A pplled te Bat or steep, old or new
buildings. Mo solder used fastened securely with
put exposure to the action of the element. ,v-
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, oan be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled,
UAuJJWULili at uu,
133 West Second street. ' ,
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which I am selling at 'a mt
advaac on Hew York price, wholesale and retail, ,
,. ;-n: :-' it u J. WEBB, JlV
not : 104 Fifthnitreet, bet Bace and Elm; '
O ANDX I , oandy ;
' BBcomar to Mriu 1 3oJ !l T...'..I
' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . I ' , : ' . . .- 1
Mnufetaren and Wholale Delr
AnU fLJLin CAKJilES,
40 MAIM 8TBEET, CINCINKAti
C. W. MACKELFREOH,
IN. SHEET-IRON AND ZINO WARS,
rfl HE TODBRSIONKB.lUVIlirO RKFIT
jm. -lku m. Dauvvn in ens a,nquirer
Bnlldinff. are now fir. ear mI to fuml.h
their friend with the beat lmporUd
V, mas, -UMluure pqu uigars.
Imor Shell Oyitert served in
ABTWOQP A BABOMST.
HOLIDAY QOODS.-W , hare . Juat re
ceived large supply of new FraltaVsneh a
Figs, Prunes, Natural Peaches, Pineapple! Ulaek
berrle and Strawberries, assorted Jellies and Jaaas,
Preserved Frnlts, in endless variety : delicate Old
Port, Sherry, Madeira and Champagne Vines, form
ing the largest and most complete .assortment of
"good things" ever offered lu the olty. before. For
sal., wholesale and retail, by,
! .; - A. McDOWALT) k 00.,
ds eg and Branch Store m West Fmrrth-st. .
WM. H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND OOUNSKLLOU AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of the Superior and Common Plea
OouTt. Bank Building, north west eoraorof Mala
ad Thlrd-etreeta, t . ; .
TPWV AND BTEREOTTPl
I'" MWMX i"ifs i
Dsaing ana Deiuiiu r owaer box Tin epeak
ln Tube, Booting, and Eealirs In Steves, Ho. m
Fi7th4troat, Clnolnnatl, Ohio, . ' . . .t;
V All kinds sf Job Work aromntlv attandari tu.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO, Great Western and North-western
CHICAGO, Great Western and North-western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
Th Shortest Reate between Cincinnati
i a ZndVMtmii,y,- ' -y... .
rj.50 A. lI.-Chkago Mall arrives at Indltnapoll
at liiKI P. M., Chicago at 10:3e l U. This train
connects with all night tralna cut of Chicago tor
the West and JNorth-west; connects at Iudlanap''.
lis with train for Terre Haute; also with Pel u
truios. lor Prn,: Logantnort, Fori Wayne and To.
l'ji43 P tt -Torre s!aute' and liayfaystta Ac
oomniotiatlon arrives at Indianapol'' 8:14 p-M-
making direct connections at Indianapolis with La.
layette tralna for Deoatnr, Springfield, Naples, (Join,
oy. Hannibal and St. Joseph. -1 L
. T P, M,-Chicao Xxpresa arrives at Indianapolis
".i?15. A- M., making, olese connection at Chicago
with al I, morning trains out of Chicago.
S11??01" ! ettached to all the ulght trains
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
Change of cars. . , , ,. . , ., ,
This Is exclusively a Westerfi sod Hortb-westara
rente, and with faverable and reliable arrangement
with all eonneotleg roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual ear and the amplest o
semmodations to the patrons ot this line. v
: Tbe Company's exolueive Telegraph Lin I used
when necessary, te govern the movement of trains,
and Loughrldge? celebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger trains, by which they can '
'perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern tat
piovement necessary for tbe comfort aud safety ot
passengers, the managers of this road have liberally
J Hmoking.car on fill line. , .
r Be inr yob t.re In the right ticket office before
res purchase your Ileitis, and ask for ticket via
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
, Fare the same n by any other louto. Baggage
..necked through, ..i
! 1U0UUHflCe.KT8,goed nntlliud,cnbeob.
mined at the ticket office, at Spencer House Corner
north-west corn sr Broadway and Front; So. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at th Wal iiut-itreet House, and
at Depot office, fool of Mill, on Front street, where
allneoessaryinteruatiua may bo had
Omnibnse ran to and troai each train, and w'
pall for passenger at all hoteLi and all part ol tL
olty, b leaving addreat at elth ur office.
. W H. L.NOBLB,
noM . Oeaeral Ticket Agent,
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE Till
Train run through to Cleveland Sandusky, To.
ledo and Indianapolis without ohang of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, Morth.
ten and North-western oitles.
6 A. Dl KXPKKHS TRAIN For Hamilton,
Richmond. Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Connects at itiebmond with 0, and
0. Boad for Logansporti also connect at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac. -
7itt0 A. HI. TRAin-For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train make
close connections with all train leaving Chicago the
tame evening. Also connect at TJ&bana vox Co
Ltiaarjs; at Bellefontaine with B. and I. B. E last
and West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne aud
Uhicago Bnilroad Kast and Wast: at Clyde with
Cleveland aud Toledo Bailroad trains for Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville) Union, Win
chester and Muncte.
IQ i A. M. EXPRESS TRAIN For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern cities. Alsoconneots at Crest,
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Eastern otties, '
. 3i40 P. IL TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond
Indianapolis, Terre Haute and Saint Louis; i .
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac. , V
5i30P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield.
Bellefontaine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
all points in Canada. Connects at Bellefontaine with
B. and I. B. B., East and West,
, llip P. W. EXPREM TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also, connect at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all K as tern cities.
W-The night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M.,leavesdaily sxcspr Satcbdais. All other
train leave daily sxoept Bundavs:
For further Infermatlon and Tloketo, apply at tht
Ticket offloe north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. lttn Walnut-strut, near Gibson Honse; al
the new Ticket Office, on the west side or Vine-street,
between IPostofflce and Hornet House: at the Walnut,
street House, or at the Sixth-street Depot. ,
nol2 , , P. McLABKN. Superintendent.' .
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
- ' Two Through Express Trains.
IRST TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. Bl., connects via Columbus anil Cleveland;
via Columbus, Steubenvllle aud Pittsburg; via
Columbns, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus aud Bellatr fWheelino).. ' Also, for Springfield.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations. ., . ...i
SECOND TRAIN-Coliimbu Accommodation
at 4i40 P. At. This train stops, at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
TiArD TRAIN Night Ixpress at IliSO P.
M., connect via Columbus tnd Bellair( Wheeling)!
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
This Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. SLEKPINQCABS ON THIS TRAIN.
ATThe Day Express runs through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubenvllle, without
ohangeof cars, ,
The NIOHT KXPBXSS rraln leaving Cincinnati
at lliHO P. M., runs daily, except 8ATVBDA VS.
Tbe other Trains run daily, except 8UNDAYB.
For all Information, and Through Tickets to Bot.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton. Buffalo. Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburgh) Wheeling' and. all the las tern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street Home, No. 4 Bur
net House, south-east corner of Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
. Trains run by Columbus time, which is seven min
ute faster than Cincinnati time.
,' lt J. DCBAND, Sup't.
Omrdbujes oaUftrpaSBengert by leaving directions
at theTtcket Offloes. " " - nolt
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOTJOU W1TH00T OnANGB OF CABS. '
Two Daily Trains for Tincenuea, Cairo end fit.
Louts, at 7:30 A. at., and 7:30 P.M. ' ! ' '
Three Daily Train for Lonfiviile, at 7:20 A. M.
2:00 P. M., and 7:M P. M.J ,
i One Train for Evanavllte at lot P. M. i .'
' The Trains connect at St. Louis for all point in
Kansas and Nebraska, Hunibal, Qnlncy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg.
Natchez and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Snnday at 7:80 P. M, ' ,
BrrcamKc-Fast . Line Leave last St. Louis,
Sundays excepted, at 6:60 A. M., arriving at Olncln.
aatl at 10:16 P. M,
Hxraasa Tbaim Leaves last St. Louis dally at 4:M
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 6:25 A. M, ' .
v. FOB THBOUOH TICKETS
To all point West ai.d South, please apply at tbe
offloe. Walnut-sir t House, between Sixth and
Seveuth-tret, Ho. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer -House
Offloe, and at the Depot, corner Front and M ill.
street. W. H. OLEMUNT,dn'i. Superintendent.
vimimuacecau iw paeeungorsj 'f
Cincinnati, Richmond &
TWO pAtttTSBptJoil 7 BiTRS ieaveSU Uatrett
00 FAST IXPBKSSj-Thrcngii direct, making olese
oonneotlonsforallotber WMteraand North-western i
"! ' TIS?? JioeonotsatBioUondwilB
Oinoinnati and OaJcage Beads, for Andersen, Soke.
nreiS,Ur aliroip on .Wabash faliy
oloe connection at Indlanacoll, LafayetteandChl.
bland. Oalesburg, Kenosha. La Crosse. Jacksonvllla.
Oanvlll. Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattucn, Naples,
Oalena, (Julnoy, Prairie au Ohien, Pans, PeorEf
Dunlelth.Bacina, Decatur, Bloomlngton, Jollet, C
Mtni.IHi,uilHIWWMN.UK 1. ,u. AOnn
.Vtalrau, atjai. aaA -i.
threngh, . . ,i,t ,1,,,,-.,, ,,,,7
Forfurther Information and Through Ticket, a.
roadway; No, W Walnut street, near Foartht at
HEI I W.H.TgUIH,AgB.