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THEPBESS
WBDNHsJDAY..
.w.- JANUARY 4
THE CLOISTERED.
THE CLOISTERED. BY SUSAN ARCHER TALLEY.
Meek sisterhood, who all your days
But oount jour beads and chant jour lays,
In prayer, and penitence, and praise,
I marvel If. In moodi divine,
While kneeling at your Lady's shrins,
is know so deep a peace as nilne.
Yet though, like you, I dwell apart,
' And beer like yon a sealed heart,
My worship hath o aid of art. ,
I own no narrow farm or creedi ..
In hooel preiae, In faith I plead,
And God la all my eoul doth need,
I aik on him to real ay oar.
. Hie lore within my heart to bear,
To feel Bla presence everywhere.
And In all stirms that round ma break,
This simple prayer alone to make
'Forgive ana save, for Jeaua' aakel"
An Unpublished Leaf from Barnum's
Life—His Interview with Queen Victoria.
The New Turk Sun of late date tells
this story of the great showman, which
the editor declares to bo new and relia
ble: "
Every one knows Tom Thumb, though
very few know Charley 8tratton. Cliur
loy was a nice little fellow living in Bridge
port, Ct Barnums native place before
he became famous. The first exhibition
of him in Now York was only fairly re
munerative, and Barnum started for Lon
don in the hope of doing better. His
first appearance was in rail Mall, hut
despite heroio endeavor and the loudest
"crowing," General Thomas Thumb's
claims to public notice were overlooked.
The first "Levee" proved a 'levy of the
purse instead of the peoples favor, aiid
Barnum withdrew in disgust
The second trial was at various Eng
lish country fairs hard work and little
pay, or as the story goes, "more kicks
than coppers." Most men would have
given up entirely, but not Barnum. lie
returned to London, and, like Mieawber,
waited for "something to turn up," though
it must be confessed even his hope bud
almost ebbed out ' His misfortunes ex
cited the sympathy of his folio w-oountv-men,
and, among them of Edward Everett,
then United States Minister at the Court
of St. James. Mr. Everett war preparing
tor one ot bis usual diplomats dinners,
and remarked to Barnum that ' he would
let his guesta sea the General after the
dinner, if he would have him ready
that something might come of it, and that,
at all events it would bo a gratification to
him and a diversion to them, if he were
present for a few moments. Of course,
the proposal was accepted.
It happened that at the dinner, Sir
Charles Augustus Murray, Master of the
Queen's Household, and Sir Edward
1'hipps, were among the company. When
the cloth was removed, Mr.Everett rose
and said, that his guesta had seen in him
a fair specimen of a good sized Yankee,
but he wished them to understand that
his native land was not confined in her
productions, to large representatives of
the genus homo, and therefore, he pro
posed to show them a specimen of a small
Yankee. , With that, he made a signal,
at whioh, Barnum entered and placed
Tom Thumb at the lower end of the table.
The general had been trained in his rolo,
and away he went, nodding and bowing,
leaping over wine glasses and straddling
the decanters, untill be reached Mr. Eve
rett's side.
The sadden irruption, the winning lit
tle faoe and blithe manners, not less than
the diminutive form, oreatod a sensation
whioh remained and showed itself in
conversatson after the General had been
removed, JSir Charles Murray dilating
somewhat upon the pleasures it would
give the Royal ohildren to see the little
sprite. Of course, Mr. Barnum heard of
this from Mr. Everett. Having no "looal
habitation" in all London, he availed
himself of the kindness of George Catlin,
Esq, (whose Indian Gallery has made
him famous the world over) and sent his
card and that of Tom Thumb to Sir
Charles Murraj, coupled with Mr. Cut
lis' s address.
From that day Barnum was a now
man. Ae began forthwith to draw pic
tures of a glorious future in all whioh the
exhibition of Tom Thumb to the Queen
and her children appeared in the foreground-
Day after day, and many times
a day, he went to Catlin's rooms, expecting
to receive the royal mandate. But days
wore to weeks, and the missive came not.
.Barnum grew desponding agaia At last,
just when hope stooped for her final
flight, the letter bearing tho well known
royal soal appeared. Barnums joy knew no
bounds. He could not open the precious
envelop. He danced and hollered told
Catlin over and over again that his for
tune was made then jay upon the floor,
screaming with delight, and kicking up
his heels. Blondin never performed more
wonderful antics.
The presentation of Tom Thumb to the
Court followed in duo time, and afterward
came the fortune whioh Barnum so con
fidently predicted would be its inevitable
result
iSTThe Virginia ponohant for seeing
blood horses in motion is well illustrated
by an anecdote told at Petersburg. Mr.
Doswell, Sheriff of Hamilton Co., seoinji
old Larkin White, an ex-member of the
.lockoy Club, but now a member of the
Baptist church, on the quarter stretch
during the reeent races at Ashland, Va.,
said to him:
"Why, Col. White, they'll turn you out
the ohureh for being here."
'If they do," replied Larkin, 'they'll
turn out Tinsley there, from the Metho
dist church, f 11 go and see him."
"Accordingly, Larkin went and stated
the case to his neighbor Tinsley, who, by
the way, stammers badly,
"Oh, ' replied Tinsley, "I've g-got a
ddoad sure thine of it I've o-oounted
noses, and there s a ma-ma-majority of
tho cburoh on the track" ,
lOppoae drinking! Yes, I do; for,
when whisky gets into the stomach, I
really think graoe gets out of the heart
Somehow or other, I've got the idea that
grace don't love the smell of whisky, and
gives it a wide berth. This I do know,
that whisky don't help a man in religion,
I haven't much use for the roligion of the
dram- drinker; it's like oorn-blades at
noon during a drought in summer.
HMany persons when they find
themselves in danger of shipwreck in tho
voyage of life, throw their darling vices
overboard, as other mariners their treas
ures, only to fish them up again when the
Htorm u over' , u '"'
The Opinion of Different Nations Respecting
Women.
. The Spaniard, who sometimes speaks
words of stately oourtesy toward the
female sex, advises you to "Beware of a
bad woman, and put no trust in a good
one." ' ', ,
"The orab of the wood It aanre rery good
For the crab of the sea;
But the wood of the orab It niioe for the orab
That will not her husband obey." , . .
"A spaniel, a woman, and a waluut tree.
The more they're beaten, the bettor they be.
There is Latin authority for this barba
rous distich. The Italians say, "Women,
asees, and nuts, require rough hands.'
Muoh wiser is the Scotch adage
"Ye may ding the dell Into a wife, but ys'll ne'erdlng
, him out of her."
"Take your wife's ant advice, and not her eooond."
The French make the rule most general
"Take a woman's first advice," &c There
is good reason for this if the Italian
proverb is true, "Women are wise off
hand, and fools on reflection." They
have less logioal minds than men, but
surpass them in quickness of intuition,
having, says Uean ttrencn, "what
Montaigne ascribes to them in a remarka
ble word, the leopard's spring, which
takes its prey, if it bo to take it at all, at
tne first bound, "hummer-sown corn
and women's advice turx. out well once in
seven years," say tho Germans, and the
Spaniards hold that "a woman's counsel
is no great thing, but he who does not
take it is a fool. In Servia they say, "it
is sometimes right even to obey a sensible
wife," and they tell this story in elucida
tion of the proverb. A Ilerssegoviuiao
once asked a Kadi whether a man ought
to obey his wife, where upon tho Kadi
answered that he need not do so. Tho
Herzegovinian then continued, "My wife
pressed me this morning to bring theo n
pot of beef suet, so I have done well in
not obeying her." Then said the Kadi,
"Verily, it is semetimes right even to
obey a sensible wife."'
"It'i nae mair ferlie to see a woman greet than lo
aee guse gang bareflt." Scotch,
That is, it is no more wonder to seo a
woman cry than to see a goose barefoot.
"Women laugh whon they can and weep
when they will" This is a Fronch
proverb, translated by Kay. Its want of
Khyme makes it probable that it was
never naturalized in England. Tho
Italians Bays, "A woman complains a
woman's in woe, a woman is sick, when
she likes to be so," and that "A woman's
tears are a fountain of craft."
"A woman's mind and winter wind change of I."
"Printers' errors are sometimed
laughable. A young elergyman printed
a sermon, the subject of which was tho
necessity for moderate and rational relax
ation, in which occurred the passage,
"men should work and play too." The
simple want of a stroke ruined it, and
the religiouos world was scandalized by
reading, "men should work and play
loo!"
trA person having occasion to no
tify a doctor to visit his wife, said to
him as he was stepping into his chaise,
"now doctor you'll drive to kill, wont
you?" Yes certainly," replied the doc
tor. .
HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, ow
ner or Fifth and Western-row. Photograph,
Melainotypes and Ambrotypes taken cheaper than
elsewhere in the city. Oil Colored Photographs
made of all sizes, from life to the smallest mintaturv.
Pictures noatly net in Lockets, Breast-pine, Fingei -rings
and Bracelet. All work warranted.
uo!6-ay A. B. BLOOM, Artist.
Church Directory.
Baptint. First Church, North ildeUonrt,
between Mound and Cutter.
High Street Baptist Church, East of City Water
Works.
Ninth Street Baptist Ohureh, South side Ninth,
between Viueand Bace.
Freeman Street Baptist Chnrch, Freeman, near
foet of Fifth street.
Welsh Baptist (Jhurch, North side Harrison,
Baker Street Baptist (Jhurch, (colored,) South side
Burnet, between Walnut and Vine.
Third Street Baptist Ghnrch, (colored,) South side
Third, between Kara) and Elm.
ChrlNtinn. Kirat Christian Church, Longworth,
betwoeu Western Bow and John.
Uoncresationnl. First Orthodox Gongrega
tional Ohureh, North side Seventh, between Wester
Bow and John.
Second Orthodox Congregational Church, Kastslde
Vine, between Eighth aud Ninth.
Welsh Congregational Church, West side Lawrence,
between Third and Fourth.
Disciples ol Christ,-Christian Church, Booth -
west corner tvainuianu cignrn.
Friend. First Friends (Orthodox.) Fifth, he,
tween Western Bow and John.
First Friends (.Hicluite,) Fifth, between Western
Bow and John.
JewishHynnsonges. HolyCongregatlon.Chil
drenof Israel, South-east corner Sixth and Broad
way. Holy Congregation, Children of Jeshurun, Lodge,
between Fifth and Sixth. a '
Holy Congregation of United Brethren, Race, be
tween Fonrteenth and Fifteenth.
Polish Congregation of the K. K. Ada. TM
Corner Walnut and Fifth.
Hhoarith Israel, corner of Seventh id namat.
ftlothariifft FplHcopal. Kast Cinciunati Dis
tbiut. Wesley Clmpul, North side Fifth, between
Sycamore and Broadway.
Ninth Street Chapel is now called Trinity.
Astmry Chapel, South side Webster, between Main
and Sycamore.
McKendrie Chanol, (Seventeenth Ward,) Front
treet.
Wht('inoihnati rtsTp.iivr. Morrie Chapel, West
aide Plnra-Btreet, between Front and Columbia.
Christie Chapel, North sido Court, between Mound
and Cutter.
Carr-atreot Chapel, west side of Carr-street, be
tween Eighth-street and Uamilton and Dayton
Bailroad Depot.
Bapcr Chapel. Westaiile Elm, North of Findlay.
Park Street Chapel, south-west corner Park and
Longworth.
York Street Chapel, South-west corner Baymlller
and York.
Findlay Chapel, South side CllnteAtotween Cutter
and Linn.
U nion Chapel, North side Seveuf between Plum
and WesternBow.
Illethodlat Proteatant.-Firsflothodist Prot
estant Ciru-cb, Sixth, between Vilf Wid Bace.
Second Methodist Protestant ikjrch, Kim, be
tween Fifteenth and Liberty.
George Street Church, George, between Cutter and
Linn.
New Jernaalem.-Temple, Longworth. betwoeu
Bace and Elm.
Presbyterian Old School First Presbyterian
Church, fourth, between Main and Walnut.
Fourth Presbyterian Church, North tlda Illgh
street, near Fulton line.
Fifth Presbyterian Church, South west corner of
John and Clark.
Seventh Presbyterian Church, West side Broadway,
between Fourth and Fifth.
Central Presbyterian Church, North-weat corner
Barr and Hound.
Ninth Presbyterian Church, Cutter, between Clin
ton and Betta. JB
Presbyterian New School. SoconoTTreibyte.
rlan Church, South aide Fourth, brtween Tine and
Bace.
Third Presbyterian Chared, South-west corner
Fourth and John.
Kighth Presbyterian Chorea, Seventh, between
Llnu and Baymlller.
Tubomacle Presbyterian Charon, corner John and
Clark.
Protectant KpisoopnJ.-Ohrist's Olmrcb, North
aide Fourth, between Sycamore and Broadway.
tit. Paul's Church, South aide Fourth, between
Main and Walnut.
St. John's Church, South. east corner Plum and
Soventh.
Trinity Church, corner Pendleton and Liberty.
Church of the Advent, (no building,) Walnut Hills.
Church of the Atonement, corner Bichinoud and
Cutter.
Church of tho Redemption, 01inton,between West
ern Bow and John.
RomanCatholle. St. Angustlnes, Bank street.
St. Peter's Cathedral, South-west corner Plum anil
Eighth.
St. Franels Xavler's, West side Bycamore between
Sixth and Seventh,
tit. Patrick's, North-east corner Third and Mill. -St.
Michael's Went Bide of Mlllcreek.
Christ's Church, Fulton.
Holy Trinity, South side Fifth, between Smith and
Park,
St. Mary's, South-east corner Jackson and Thir
teenth. St. Paul's, South-east oorner 8prlng and Abigail.
St. John Baptist, corner Bremen and Green.
St. Joseph, South-east corner Linn and Laurel,
St. Fhilomena, North side Pearl, between Pikeand
Butler.
St. Thomas, West side Sycamore, between Firth
and Sixth.
fJnltnrlna.-Flrst UnlUriaa Church, Bonth-west
corner Fourth and Race.
ITnlveraallat. First Cnlvertallst Ohureh, Eas
side Plum, between Fourth and Fifth.
Second Universalis! Uharcb, corner Siitb and
monad,
BUSINESS CARDS
Door L.ocks,
r. r. car and switch locks,
Door and Gate-Springi, ' t
HOUSE BELL MATERIAL, T
S1XVER.PI.ATED DOOR-P,ATES.
Bells Ilung, Keys Fitted.
The public are respectfully Invited to call and ex
amine the various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
, GKORGB McGUEGOR, ,;
noJcm No, 133 Fifth-street, 2d door from Bace.'
3
A. B. COLVILLE,
3
Scale Dlasinfhotarer,
No. 41 East Second-street, .between Bycamors and
Broadway, Cincinnati, keeps every description of .
Cownler, Platform. Cattle, Railroad Depot,
..1 R1a.Ailr Banlaal Ml aa a Ir aa
Uaa i ruuai huomibi aibivki r
Iron WBionit
Ueptlmg donfton the gtaortoat notico.
B. KITTEEDGE & CO
, 134 MAIN STBIXT, UIN01 flATI, Q,
KITREDQE aV FOLSOM,
ii St. Charles street, Haw Orleans, La
Importers of GnasdV gportlna- Apvarotaa,
1KD Dlit.HUS IN GUN FOVDM.
KAILROAD HOTEL,
(Fronting tbe Steamboat Landing.)
NortU-ea&t comer Broadway auil Frout,
CINCINNATI, 0.
It. F. LEVKKIING, .Toprietor.
oc7cm
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
M
ANUE AOTUKEKS OF BAR, SIIEK1
and EMIer Iron. Plow Slabs. Kallroac ctks
Etc. Also, A renta for the sale of 1 ronton SttM Nails
Wardrooms No. 1 KastBeoond Street, Oi-uint I
Ohio.
rill kin I j Iron made to order.
lot
XEEiVDEUT 11 YL,
CLEANER OF SINKS AND VAffLTS,
No. 99 Sixth-street, between Vine and Kace, In
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
mar favor him with their patronago,caarelye nunc
totality and low prices. sopi-ay
Honey! Mouey! Money!
. loan"office.
Removed from SO West Mlxtk-atreet,
f ONKY LOANBDON WATOHKS, JBW
iTJLKLHY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at No. 173 Vine-street, between
Fourth audJflftUj m
PHILADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. Sl.S FIFTH-STBSKT, SOUTII SIDE,
( Near the corner of Vine,)
V. L. VICKERH, Proprietor.
Oysters and Game served in all styles. Heals at ail
hur
H. P. liMAS'
New Wholesale
WATCU&JBWBLRVIIOUSB
16 West Fourth Street
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a much leas price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered lo this market.
GIVE USA CALL
And see for yourselves, : apt.
WM. WHITAKER,
JEWELER,
No.6,fcN. S. Dor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwetii
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
AgoodaasortmentofSILVKBandPLATBDWABA
SPKUTACLS, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Bopairiut
Watches and Jewelry. my 10
BEGGS Si SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ARB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware and diamonds.
Axao
A One assortment o( Plated Tea Sou and Cutlery
aud Opera Glasses. 224
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DR. SAM'L SI LSI. EE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THK SKIN, BBKUMATISU, DISEASES OF
WOMICN, and such Chronlo complaints ar maybe
benefltted by the Eygyenic and Atmopatblo system
of hisolDce.
Vapor, Sulphur. Iodine. Arsenic. Mermrv. Trr.
klsh, Bnssian and Klectro-Chemical Baths, a Dii
pensary of Alodiclno, and every manner of Electric
and Magnetic Apparatus,
NO. 97 WKST SEVkNTU-BTUKKT.
Werufflce heura A. M. fo t an)9-tft
R. S. NEWTON, M. D.
Offloe, 90 Weit Seventh Street,
wttiin vi abtd tioa.
10S
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
vwwivw a, w vt ww i DHven.n iireet. Detween vim
nd Baco. KMiDEsoit No. 63 Beveuth street, be-
WM. M; HUNTER.
DENTIST,
nrti
Utttf Vlue-Nireet.
J. TAPT,
(Snccensor to Knowlton a Tall.)
DENTIST,
No. 56. West Fourth St., bet. Walnut Vine
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
sop24
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS POUND
at last Inst what the Ladies have leng needen
nd looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir Is warranted to cure all dls
?2M,i?f.u' IfJ'"0 KMuroi Inflammation of the
j; " ., . ' "t mo u..ijc.,.uu iue uretnra.
Prolapsiis or Falling of the Womb. Taluful Monstru
ation, Chlorosis. Amenorrhea: in fact, a perfect curt
RarJftnl y the nee of from two to five bottles
"L'"""rl ' ul u oiseaae wnatever or the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how long standing. Price $1 per Bottle.
.'-"-' mo ..Mi. paruuuiar attention to tne
rollowinj Card of one of the most prominent Drug-
"To thb Public ain thi Laoizs ih Paeticdub.-
We, the undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
?nntt?,?PatntJedloln,"i butknowing well the
Lady Physician, and themediolne called the Ufsrine
ir lt' """" 'y, rocommena it toauremales
isuffertng from Female Uuieasos of any kind; it Is
purely vegetable, and In no case can do Injury: w
say to all tryi and our word for It, you will And re-lM-.
F. D, HILL, DriiKAtit,
spit "Oornerof Fifth and Baoe-strl sts,"
ADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH f IMTJ-
.wi thoat fall, pains In the Breast, Back.
?iu.LJrab"Lt)0,,!,' 0o,d"' HoaraeiTeM Diffl!
HilX rn. Bfi'riIoadache. Flatulenoy, lleart
te?l.Uron 0 H0,"''", UlUious Chollo, Cramp
Cholle, Griping Pains of the Bowels, Dullness
StiaSirmI?acl.V"'. f"f" of Appetite, and i Pa":
fcLS?D!"ruf ? U, ' cenln . ami gives
It will give relief iu twenty minutes, and i rS
nenl cure by the use of two bottles. Only iSl cents
per bottle-so cheap that every person can get It.
N, B.-For salebyF.D. HltL, Urnggfit, corner
of Keaud Flfth-streots J. B. PA R lK corner of
Fourth and Walnut! SUIKB. KCKHTKfN Co.,
corner Vine and Fourth: JOHN DICKUON, cornor
"."5 mtih- Mfrr,HBINLKIN,)VnerTt
Klgbthand Freeman. Also, KDWAKD BOAN LAN
J. J. BUTLER'S ;
Excelsior Fluid inkt. ;
Manufactory, Vint, St. H "'
Holiday Gift8tSeo.
WE INVITE ATTENTION TO THB
mn, torwMMl beautiful assortment of FA NOT
GOODS, which we have just reoeired for the Iioli.
days . Bohemian Bottles, Pearl jewel Caskets, Bo.
hemlan Caskets, Pearl Card Cases, Bohemian Boxes.
5car,l.I!?rt-n0DIlal"i Bohemian Puff Boxes. Pearl
Inlaid Brushes, Ac. For sale at very low prices.
- AI.B8RT BOSS, Drngglst,
MS 8. W. cor, klghth-st. and Western-row.
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
WHIS EXCELLENT ARTICLE IS FOR
--. "ale by - ALBKRT BOBS, Drngglst,
dois 8. W. oor. JtighthHit. and Western-row.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
OeSsMMiTBI
YnTm natl af A sT
OYSTE1BS.
" - risf-kYTW
OYSTERS
Spiced Oyiterkv
riUKIiEDOYSVSKS Xn t
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOEIV.
INQ DAILY, by the Adams txpreas, HAW
BY'B world-renowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Ztg and Shell Oyiteri.
; BOfiEET OKE, Agent :; ,:
T-tf Depot, II Wast Fifth-Street
OYSTERS.
O A VAGNA'S
Oyster , Importing House,
NO. 31 WH8T FIFTH-8TB.BBT,
flinH SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOEIV
M. I NO dally, per Kxpresa, his splendid Oysters.
Baling completed arrangeraente In Baltimore, on
the moat extensive scale, I will at all times dnrlnw
thesoason be prepared t nirnisb my fr!enils1''anu
the rest of mankind," with the most DILI CIO U.
B1VALVKS Imported to the Queen City. None but
theverybeat imporlod. Oreal iadncementa offered
at this linporting.houin. -1 ...
Order eiollciteu and promptly filled. Terms cash
PKTK1L CAVANNA.
axplfit
Bole Ipipprtprann Proprietor.
THOS. SMITH'S i
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
Depot, 93 Sycamore-street, opposite the
National Theater.
JL C.BOCKIXG, Agent.
ALSO Dressed Fish and Game; fresh and sweet
Butter, Ac, delivered at all hours, free of obarge.
Idoltf
If You "Wxxt
) Fine, Fat, Fresh OisTUtJ
' -TRY
TODD'S
Magnnm Bonums, at bti Wholesale and Betall Oys
ter House,
253 253 2S3 253 253
, WALNCT-STtlEKT,
no29 Fltth door above Sixth, west side.
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received daily by tbe Adams Ex jS, j
press Company, in whole and half cans, ufyi I m J
All Oysters sola warranted fresh and of xi -f
the very best quality. J. B. OWINQ8, xSL
Agent, No. 27 Fifth-street, bet. Main
and Walnut-streets.
N. B. The trade snpplied on the moat libera
terms. oo2Aem
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CO.,
Manufacture and Dealers In
PRINTING PRESSES
(BOTH HADD AND POWKB,)
And nil kinds of Frlnttna; Materials, No.
VIA, ITS and 177 West geconsl-atreet,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MEDAL JOB1IKB. Within the last
eighteao months we have introduced them Into four
teen different States of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to tbe parties purchasing. The power is
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 it as to cause dwell on the point of contact with
the form, insuring A PBBFKUT IMPRESSION at
high rate of speed.
Printers in want of the BEST JOBBEB shonld
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination . They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WABBANTKD to give tbe most entire satis
faction. not
HALL'S PATENT.
mmmm
THE MOSTRELIABI.E FIRE AND
BDBOLAB PBOOF BArKS.-They have given
more satisfaction than any other now In nse.
, We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOI
LABH to any person that can, up to the present
time, show a single instance wherein they have foiled
to preserve their contents.
. With this SAFE we challenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or lire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
tost with any establishment ,in the Cnlon, and the
party failing drat, to forfeit to the other, the sum
of (2,000.
wed
are srevared to furnish a hatter Saf. anil at lea.
post, than any other manufacturer In the United
States.
Hocona-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
WeresnnAtfttilv invitattiannhiin tn Mali a,.! am
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ogl.-yt K OS 16 and 17 East Columbia street.
Wi B. DODDS.
rorasrtyofHiai.DodosAOo.iUUCrban.DoddshOo.
W. II. Dodds Co., :
ejrraaoTuitni o mi
Fir and Iliirfflar ; Proof
a A 371 T71 f3t r
8. W. Corner of Vine A Second Street.
This Is the most reliable FIRE AND BtTKGLA
PB00F8AFB thttiriwlIn ih. rinlu ai.i
Is warraatod perfectly free from damp, Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship thaa
oan be found elsewhere. ;. , ". ;
We haVS a bxrsa Maorlmani on htnit . A-
w . utas cezuMi iau to
Old Sales
Takea In exchange. B1O0ND-HAND BATES a.
ways en hand at extremajy low pdoes,
" (If s
MAKES AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS in a superior manner. Satisfactory
references given. Address Bo. 1, Sycamore-street,
Oorner of Front. 1 delo
R
Jl M OVAL . K. :. OSMOND. M. dT.
pentlat, has ramovnd to JTCTIne-strset, near
at fnimiiw nn wins muwi, Wp-,V
IlilJAM DISNEY. ATTORNKT
W
st est.
AT LA W, Chase Bnlldtogs, Ho, I EastThlrd.
sps 111
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lit!
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BY'aflTlf'-A UTHOEITY.
IocoTporateid 1819. CharterPeiretoal
VAsencv establlshedln Olnoinnatl In 1 H'J3. an
tsdating all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies In the Insurance business In this city. 33
years constant duty here, eamblned with wealth, ex
parlence, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the A5TN A Insurance Company lo tbe ravora
kle patronage of fhis eommnnlay standing solitary
and alone, the sole snrvlvor aud living pioneer el
Oincinneti underwriters of
Lasses paid In Cincinnati daring past Fire
Years, 8190,034 iT.
Gash Oapital$l,000,ObO
ABSOLUTE AMD UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SURPLUS OV 1,030,423 80.
And the prestige of 40 years success and enpesjenoe.
,. IHVIgTIIIKTfl OF 1 ' -
Orer $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWAUDM OFBI',000,000,LOH8Ea
nave been paid by the3Jtn Insurance Company it
1 the past 4 0 years.
' Fir ana Inland NavlBatlod. Bisks accept
st tonus consistent with aolvency and fulr profits
Espeelal attention given to Insurance of Dwelling'
ana Contents, for terms of 1 to 5y - 1.
Application made to any daly -nthorlaed Agen.
siomptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
Imate Insnranoe bcslnees, this Company Is enablei
10 ofltr both Indemnity for tbe past aud security fOT
thefnture. P liclesissned without delay by
JAS. H. OA iTKtt, Agent, No. 40 Uainatrsel.
A. F. PATO. I. Assistant Agent.
:H. K.. LIND f, Agent 171 Vine street. .
J.J. HOOKJi 1, Agent, Fulton. 17th Ward. ao
WESTERN INSURANCE C0MPAN1
OP CINCINNATI. ,
OFFIOB IN THE 8S0OND STORY 01
No. Front-street, bet ween Main and Sycamore.
This Company la taking Fire, Inland aud Marine
Bisks at current rates of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid, '
D1BE0T0B8:
TFIckert, F Ball, SWPomeroy,
William Glenn, W C WhKcher, W 0 Mann.
Robert Mitchell, W H Oonutock, LSI Stone,
Bobt Buchanan, 06 Shaw, Geo Stall, '
Wm Sellew, Seth Evans, J H Taaffe,
DavtO Gibson, H Braohman, : J G Isham, . .
H Clearwater, Thos U KUiott.
. T. V. KOKKBT, President.
BiSPnEK Mobbk, Secretary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
Or CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DIBECTOBS:
William Wood. IsaaoO. Oopelen,
James F. Cunningham, Sydney S. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joseph Heakirt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George R. Dixon.
ISAAC C. OOPELEN, President.
Gio. W. Ooraxjui, Secretary.
A. M. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Mnrln.
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office No. S West Third,
street, Trust Co. Building. nosbfm
National Insurance Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
(Office South-west Oor. Main and Front-streets.)'
Marino, Inland Transportation and
fire Risks
TAKERfcAT CURRENT It AT US.
t DIRECTORS:
John Burgoyne, E M Smith, Kob.rl Moore,
Win Hepworlh, Chas L Moore, M Vechhelmer,
F X Wledamer. Thos flnir. R w Kmlih
J L Bpss. Thos B Biggs, ' Henry Kills.
H. U. DBKEB, Bec'y. JXIO. BUBUOYNE, fres.
no8bfm ' P. A. SpmoMAS, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
CAPITAL $150,000.
OFFICB NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
SURES against Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation. .
TiiiiKriTnHH,
Jno.W Hartwell, Allen Collier, William Besor.
John W Kills, James Lupton, Chas.W Rowland,
John i W Dudley, James A Fransr, J W Canfleld,
S?.W.fSdrow' gMWTaylor, A 8 Winslow. .
OS Williams, H McBlruey, Bowman 0 Baker.
o , n, JU1U! "AJtlWIELL, President,
01. W. Whliams, Secretary. nog
FIttE AND MAKINB.
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI.
. m J. W. GABKIHON, President.
S. W. KKKDER, Secretary.
riinil.nDlKllai. Vaaanm A .!.... W
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel H. Taft, George W.
Townley. Smith Betta.
ovavaioas j. u. tiawuerana unvia Baker, dewy
aSttlBod lllta UOIleaildda nn intn aiwntm
oi1i-iqinnioo pnv jsoi-aiBjao voq 'g -j
"00 9 HUBIVH 'M. 'A!
'a .limn mi. unihw A.nMan .mm .un..
qtaiOSninoa 'iuoiiosd JD0jr seuioenr jnuig -non
ana jepua pus loddn njoq OPIl' jmoj'setuiu Jtstt
nohi bnohis ni da xad "sazig 11 w
SniltIP90lIpUUJ0O
"IHIS HUOIiil
ROOFING ! JIOri i !
THE OUTCAIiT EtASTIC ME.
TALLIC ROOFING" Is offered to the public
as tbe best and cbeapeat Metal Roof now used, its
merits tested by an experience of years ih this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder used fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Pre Dared sheets, boxed for ahf
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly Oiled.
JyW-tf
uaujjn.LUS uu,
laaWestBooond street.
RIBllOI8.
FLOWEES
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of averr descrlntlon. whlnh T m .Ulna - Bini
advance on New Tork prices, wholasale and retail.
J. VTKBB, Jr.,
no4 154 Fifth-street, bet. Kaoe and Rim,'
O AND Y ! CANDY
JET- 3XT- OLAHK, ;
faaocsssor to Mixxj t Oo.) '
Mannftetoreri and Wholesale Dealer
' J',-',-fm
AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIM 8TRBET, CIMCINV ATI
myi7
C. W. MACKELFRESH,
niaanmerarer of .-...
TUT, SHEKT-IRON AND ZINO WARE,
Baklnsand Betdllti Powder Bona. Tin Hwk.
Ing Tube, Booting, and Dealers in Stores, No. 2M
Flrth-street, OinoTnnatl, Ohio. ,
Mr All kinds sf Job Work Promptly attended to.
. , . laeamj r ......
ORIENTAL. EXCHANGE.
rp BK UNDBESI9NBD, BAVIN! BEFIT
j. j u ins cAXAJua in tne Knqnirer
Dmiuing, are now preparee to lurniso
their friends with the best Imported
mm- naiumore oueu oysters served la
every ityle,
deo-im
IA8TWOOP ft BARGKNT.
HOLIDAY GOODS. We . have just re
ceived a large supply of new If rolls, such as
Figs, Prunes, Natural Peaches, Pineapple, Blaek
berrles and Strawberries, assorted Jellies and Jams.
Prosoryed Frnlu. in endless variety ;. delicate Old
Port, Blurry, Madeira and Champagne Wines, form
ing the largest aad most complete assortment of
"good things" ever offered in the city before, Jor
sale, wholesale and retail, by i : .
A. McDOJTALDft OO.;
deli it and Branch Store M West Fonrth-st.;i
WM. It BaEdWIw, ATTORNEY
, AND 0ODNSBLL0B AT LAW and Haster
Ocmmlaslouer of the Superior and Uoamion Pleas
Courts. Bank Building, north west Conor of Maiu
ad Third-etreeta. ' ..... B.
TORANtt.111 TYPE AND BTEREOTTPB
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
CHICAGO, Great Western and North-western
LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
.- .: ..... J. -.v , . .,.-.;.t -
The Shortest Rente between Olnoinnatl
,;i:T ''fin v eji.cwosie.v.t:;Tii n '
.Three PaamngerVrsJns leave CinolnnatidaUr. fram
tbe foot of MiUand Front streetsT . , - ' m
40 A. M.-Jhloago Mail arrives at Indlanapelts
atlfcW P. Id., Chicago at 10:30 V. Jfl. Thia train
connocU with all night trains out of Olilcago ior
the West and North-westt ooneeots at Indiana?-,
lis with trains for Terre Ilaute: also with Per a
trains for Pern, Logansport, Fort Wayne and
Wo, ' . I 'l. i 9- i ...r-! ; . .
, l'Jt43 P. M. Terre Hante aud Laylayette Ac
eommodatlon arrives at Indianapolis at o;l& P. 11.,
making directoonneotlons at Indianapolis with La
layette tralhs for Decatur, Springfleld.lfaples, Unln.
cy, Hannibal and St. Joseph.
T P. M.-Ohioago Kx press arrlvesat Indianapolis
JiJ ! A. M., makirig close connections at Chicago
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
Sleeping oars are attached to all the night trains
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
obange of care.
-This Is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads throughout the entile
West, guarantees unusual care and the amplest ac
oommodetloua to the patrons ol this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line Is need
when necessary, to govern the movement of trains,
aud Loughridges celebrated Patent Brakes, are st
ubbed to all passenger trains; by which they eanhe
perfectly controlled; besides all theotber modern Im
provements necessary for tbe comfort aud safety ot
fMengen, the maaugert of this road have liberally
provided. . i n
Smoking-cars on this line. ' ' ' r J :
r Be sure yon we In Iberlgbt ticket oflloe before
yoo purohase yonr tlcksts, and ask for tickets via
Lawreuoebnrg and lad ianapolls.
Fare the earns as by any other route. Baggage
eaeeked through, --
THROUGH flOKltTS, good until used, can be ob.
ulned at the tick et offices, at Spencer House Oorner
aorth-westcorntr Broadway and Front; No. I Bur
aet House Corner) at the Walnut-street Douse, and
at Depot office, tooi ot Mill, on Front treet, where
all necessary Information may be had.
Omnibuses ma to and trout each train, and w
oall foi passengers at all botslj and all part oi tue
city, b leaving address at eithsr office.
,; ;,.,, i W. H. L. NOBLE,
14 General Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
Sixth-street Depot.
Trains run through to Cleveland Sandusky, To.
ledoand Indianapolis without ohange of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North,
an and North-western cities.
6 A. M. KXPREHS TRAIN For Hamilton,
Blcbmond. Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and ail
Western Cities. Connects at Richmond with 0. and
0. Bead for Logansport; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
7i30 A.j 91. TH.AIN For Dayton, Bpringfleld,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago tho
same evening. Also connects at Urbana roa Go
tUMBus; at Bellelbntaine with B. and I. II. U., Kast
and West: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad East and West: at Clyde with
Cleveland and Toledo Bailroad trains for Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win.
cheater and Muncie. ,
10 A. M. KXPREHS TH AIN For Cleveland
via Delaware for Duuklrk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, and all Bastern cities. Also connects at Crest,
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Eastern cities.
. 3i40 P. HI. TRAIN For Hamilton, Blchmoni
Indianapolis, Terre Haute and Saint Louis;
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, 4c. . . '
50 P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Bpringfleld,
Bellefontaine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chioago, and
ell points in Canada. Connects at Bellefontaine with
B. and I. B. B., East and West,
, 1130P. M. KXPUKuMTRATN-ForUleve.
land via Delaware fur Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also, conuocts at
Crestline for Pittsburgh,, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and ell Eastern cities.
,.'?rb.? aht ExpressTrain leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M., leavosdaily axoipr SittouaI'8. All other
trains leave daily excbpt Sundats;
For further information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket offices-north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 16 Walnut-street, near Gibson House: at
the new Ticket Office, on the west side of Vine-street,
betweenPo8tottlce and Bornet House; at the Waluut.
street House, lor at the Sixth-street Depot.
nolll D. MoLaBKN. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. M., connoets via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Steubenvtlle and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus and Bellair (Wheeling). Also, lor Bpringfleld.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
8K0Nl THAIN-Columbns Accommodation
t 4i40 P. M. This train stops at all stations be
tweon Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Springfield.
THIRD TRAIN Night Express at 11:30 P.
M., connects via Columbus snd Bellair (Wheeling);
via Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg: via Colum
bus Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Cleveland.
This Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
aad London. SLEEPING CABS ON THIS TBA1N.
sVThe Day Expresa runs through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubenville, without
change oi oars.
The NIGHT EXPBESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at Hi.lOP.M., rnns dally, except SATUBDAV8.
The other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Boa.
ton, Now York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg. Wheeling, and all the Eastern plaoes,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 4 Bur.
net House, south-east corner of Broadway and Front
streets, and at tbe Bastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DUBAND, Bnp't.
Omnibuses oall for passengers by leaving direc tion
at the Ticket Offices. BoM
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THKOTJOn WITHOUT CHANGE OF OA US.
Two Dally Trains lor Vincennes, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 7:20 A. M., and 7:30 P. M.
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 7:10 A.M.
2:00 P. M., and 7:30 P.M.;
One Train for Evansvllle at 7:80 P. M.
The Trains conneotat St. Louis for all points In
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy aud Keo
kuk; at St. Louie and Cairo tor Memphis, Vlcksburg,
Hatches and New Orleans.
One Throngh Train on Sunday at 7:30 P, M,
BxTUSNiNa Fast Line-Leaves East Nt. Louis,
Bundays excepted, at 6:00 A.M., arriving at Uincin.
natl at 10:19 P. M. , .
Exfhess TBAUf-Leaves last St. Louis daily at 4:(0
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:25 A. M.
, FOB THBOUGH TICKETS
To all points West ar.d South, please apply at the
offices, Walnut-stree 1 House, between Sixth aud
Seventh-streets, No, I Burnet House, corner office,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
House Office, and atthe Depot, corner Front and alill-treets.-W.
H. CLEMEN Tiden'l. Superintendent.
. Omnibuses call for passengers. oo
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
, . XEilKP HAUTE...
. S3. LOUIS,
FOBT- WAina.
CU.SS. Thl.nhrllr A
oonneotlonB for all other Wteteruand North-western
ointr. This Train also cc nneou ai UiDhmnnd i ih
fjlnciniatl and Ohloam-Bcads,tor Asdetson, Xoko.
IsulrosS""01 sUIiwIuii on WabasK Vallsy
RffiaVvfAIl4HATOtM'0 8T
I.OUI8 NIGHT EXPBES8.-The above Trains make
olose connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chi.
T Hu.,u",or ""a uaute, npringneiu. Boo
island, Galeeburg, Kenosha, LaCtosae, Jaoksonvllle.
uwuijiiKun, vmiar, jjiuvuuiubuiu, one., JjS.
He. St. Paul, and all towna and cities in the North
west.
sTThrotich Tickets given and Baggage checked
throngh.
For fiirt hr informative and Threugk 'Pickets, ap
ply to Ticket Olloestiiorth-east corner ot Front and
Broadway; No. Its Walnut street, near Fonrsht at
Kn,A-f 1 .rnB of end Viae stress or at
the Sixth-street Depot.. , .
. , MOBBOWanper;tendsnt.
OaaJbases wUl for Paajeng., by reaving I uelt
amel at stthsg of Ute Ticket On ess.
W I W.H. BlllTX.Aeat. .

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