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THE; FRISTS
THURSDAY.
..JANTJA, KY 5
[From the German of Chamisso.]
THE INEXORABLE PIGTAIL.
There Uto 1 a sage In days of yore,
Ami be a handsome pititail wora,
Aud wondored much and sorrowed mora
Because it huug behind him.
Ho mused npou lliii curious cams
And swore he'd climixo the pigtail's place,,
Aud have it hanging at his tiicn.
Not dangling there behind biui.
Kiy's lie, "the mystery I've found
I'll tutu me round" -be turned hitn rouui 1;
But still It hung behiud liim.
Then round anil round, and out and in,
All day the onrzled sage did spin
In vain; it mattered not a pin.
The pigtail hung behind fain.
And right and loft, and round about,
And np and down, and IB and out,
lie turned; but still the pigtail etout
Hung steadily behiud him ,
And though his effort never Mack. ,
And though he twist, and twirl, hj ,d lack.
AIhbI still faitliftil to his back,
. The pigtail hangs behiw I him.
hb Kaffirs' Treatment tor a Cap
ture!.1 IjEpaRD. Several Kitffirs, who
hud sui..reu severely irom the numerous
depredtvu ,ons 01 a 0pyureci' leo para, m n
circle oi -."""d, vioneu uiu , uuu ex
hauetcd trioi.'T abusive vocabulw ?ly by tho
epithets wMcl they burled at 1 lis devoted
head. EventU civilized mail finds it
difficulty restfft triumph over a
fallen but dreaded v oe an the b'avage has
no compunction abou'4 the mattei . Around
the cage, therefore, the Kaffirs at e seated,
and address the leopard in the ft Mowing
terms: "Yon rasoajly, cowardly log! you
miserable eater of chickens! so J ou are
caught at last, are you? Do you tern ember
the red and white calf you killed lant.
moon? That calf was mine, yon co ward!
Why didn't you wait untill 1 came with
my assagies and sticks? But we let you
eat it that your skin might bo more Bleek
when you were killed?" . "Look at my as -sagy,"
says another, "I will strike it int o
your heart as I do now into the ground!."
(digs assagy," deep into the grond sev
eral times) "Ah, show your teeth, they
will make a necklace, and wo will roast
your heart!" Suddenly, in the middle of
their choice address, the leopard wo uld
spring up, rush at the stakes, and' amy
would fly all the boasting Kaffir warri ors
Wood a iNatural History. J
A Practical Wifb Kbb per. Fftta is
a fast man, a sharp man, a man of
business tact; and when Pitts goes 'into a
store to trade, he always gets the lowest
cash price; and he says: "Well, I'll look
about, and if I don't find anything that
suits me better; I'll call and take th.is."
Pitts, like all fast men, is parti al to
women, and young ones in particular.
Now, quite lately Pitts said to. him sell':
"I am gettin' rather 'long in years . and
guess fll get married."
Ilk business qualities would'nt let him
wait, so off he travels, anil calling upon
a lady friend, opened the conversation by
remarking that he would jiko to Know
what she thought about his getting
married.
"Oh, Mr. Pitts, that is an affair in
which I amnotsoverygrately interested,
and I prefer to leave it with yourself.,'
"But," says Pitts, "you are interested,
and my dear girl, will you marry me?"
The young lady blushed very red,
hesitated, and finally, as Pitts was very
well to do in the world, and morally,
financially and politically of good standing
in society, she accepted hiui. "Where
upon the matter-of-fact Pitts responded:
'Well, well, I'll look about, and if I
don t find anybody that suits me better
than you, I'll come bank."
The Influence of Women on Litera
ture. The literature of three centuries
ago is not decent to be read; we expurgate
it Within a hundred years woman has
beuome a reader, and for thai reason, as
uiuoli or more than anything else, litera
ture has spruDg to a higher level No
need now to expurgate all you read.
Woman, too, is now au author, und 1 uu-
dcrtako to say, that the literature ot the
next century will bo richer than the
classic epochs, for that cause. Truth j
one, absolute; but opinion is truth, filtered
through the moods, the blood, the dispp,
sition of the spectator. Man has looked
at creation and given us hi? impressiutn.
in Greek literature, and in .English, one
sided half way, all awry. , Woman nJw
takes her stand to give her views of God's
works and her own creation; and exactly
in proportion as woman, though equal, lis
eternally ditlorent troin man, just in thut
proportion will the next century po
doubly rich because we shall have both
Wendell Phillips.
Tni; Effect op Idleness a md inbrtli.
Thomas Carlyle says: Nine-tenths of tie
miseries and vices of manhood proceed
irom idleness; with men of quick mins,
to whom it is especially pernicious, tl(is
habit is commonly the fruit of many dis
appointments, and schemes oft bafrlcjd;
aud men fail in their schemes, not too
much for want of strength, as tho ill di
rection of it. The weakest living creature,
by concentrating his powers on a single
object can accomplish something: the
strongest, by dispersing his over marjy,
may fail to accomplish anything. Tho
drop by continued falling, bores its pass
age through the hardest rock the haty
torront rushes over it with hideous uproar
and leaves no traoe behind.
A Fine Simile. Wandering on
strand, it sometimes happens that
castaway picks up a golden apple, j
ho mo bright fruit which reminds him
his own sunny clime, and makes
wish that he were there once more.
so when, there is winter in his wod
when joy has fled away and nights
crowinir dark, the Christian pilcr
sometimes finds at his feet an unexpeet
memento of his heavenly home.
Am Interesting Widow. A Yankee
editor notieing the docense of a rich sub
scriber, observes, that, "He has died (re
gretted by a numerous circlo of friends,
and leaving a widow as disconsolate us
any widow need be who has obtained
tho uncontrollable possession of twenty
thousand dollars per annum." Atyve
twenty young men have sent letters of
uundolonoa to her. ,
S.iyino Gbach Secularly. A Mint
spoken, off handed old ' gentleman, he
other day,' previous to dinner, arose i nd
delivered himself as follows:
r ' " For what we are about to receive, i iay
the Lord make us truly . thankful what,
wil'o! a plain hash again to-day?"
U was all in the same breath, and .the
effect was Inexpressiy ludicrous.
VARIETIES.
If you want to annoy, and piiMie, and
a man full of trick and duplicity,
you have only to' practice ' a straightfor
ward and simple integrity.
An old Grecian philosopher advised
all men to know themselves. That's ad
vising a good many to form very low , and
disreputable acquaintances.
"What is that?" asked a school teauher
of a little girl, pointing to tho letter X.
Why that's papa's name; I've seen him
write it ever so many times."
The highest happiness can have no
other foundation than the deepest wisdom;
the happiest fool is only as happy as
he knows how to be.
Sidney Smith, one day describing to
a friend the people whom he met at a
dinnerparty, said, "there was Hallam,
too, witli his mouth full of cabbage and
contradiction."
The separation of friends by death
is less terrible than the divorce of true
hearts that have loved but have ceased to
sympathise, while memory is still recall
ing what they oneo were to each other.
An Irish post-bo v. havinir driven
Sheridan a long stage duriog torrents of
rain, the latter said to him, Pat are you
not very wet?" "Xa, please your honor,
I am very dry," was the arch reply.
Woman can easily nreserve their
youth; for she who captivates the heart
and understanding never grows old.
The easiest and best wav tn pvnnnil
tho chest, is to h ave a large heart in it. It
saves the oxpen se of gymnastics.
Scissors bi'to sharner without tnnfli
than with them.
The best adhesivA VAil inn
put on luggage 5s to stick to it yoursolf.
"Lawks."' exclaimed Mrs Pnvrinir.
ton, "what mo asters theso master build
ers must be! I am tnlil snmn nn 'am hom
as many as a hundred hands."
Leisure is a vcrv nWsnnt.
but it is a ; very bud one for constant
wear.
Thero are Low Dutch and ITich
Dutch in Germany, but they all get high
over nere.
Troubles are like babies; they grow
bigger by nursing.
"To-morrow" is the day on which
lazy folks work, and fools reform.
"'Tintion," exclaimed an Irish ser
geant to his platoon, "front face and'tind
to rowl call! As many of yo as is prisent
will say . 'Here I' and as many of ye as is
not prisent will say 'Absint.'"
Do you like the game of draughts,
Madam?" "No, I don't like any game
whero I can't bike a man without having
first to jump ovxsr him," was the reply.
We have seen hnnnf.ifitl nun
written in ink; wo havo seen still moro
beautiful on'ag written on loaves and
flowors, upon the hills and vales; but the
most beauti'ml of all are written in flesh
and "blood.
A horse dealer, who lately offected a
sale, was offered a bottle of porter to
confess the animal's failings. The bottle
drunk, ar.d then lie said the horse had
but two faults. When turned loose in
che field., he was "bad to catoh," and he
was of no use whon caught."
W'e must suit the flattery to the mind
and b?,ste of the recipient; we do not put
onsen ces into hogsheads, or porter into
phiaA
-We often excuse our own want of
oWJanthropy by giving tho name of
tu'aaticism to the more ardent zeal of
others.
The Greek philosophy was not far
wrung, which made water the principle
oi me, anu too popular beliel scarcely
erred when it saw in every stream, and
ipring, and fountain, a resident deity.
A Desirable Nurse How they Dis
pose op Troublesome Babies in Franck.
The Salut Public of Lyons says: "A
young widow residing in this city lately
wok into her service a girl who had
excellent testimonials. Two days ago, as
the lady was sitting in the drawing room,
the girl entered, carrying under her arm,
like a bundle of linnen, her mistress'
little daughter, about threo years old,
with the head foromost, and proceeded
deliberately to open ono of the windows.
1'he lady, astonished at her manner,
asked what she was going to do with the
child? to which the servant, with the
greatest coolness, said that she was going
to throw it out of tho window. On this the
mother jumped up in alarm, and rushed
forward to prevent her, but the servant
being the stronger, suooeeded in opening
i he window, and would 'have accom
plished her purpose, had not the widow,
in a moment of desparation, seized the
:;irl's hand with her teeth, and compolled
her to relinquish her hold. . The child
was thus saved, but tho poor mother has
leen ever since seriously ill. The girl
has been placed in a lunatic asylum."
A Lucid Prescription. An English
gentloman having oooasion to go to at
.'rencn cnemisc in t. Malo to consult
him on the subject of a billious attadk;
the chemist undertook to send a 'remedy
to his hotel; and, notwithstanding the
f'aot 'that the gentleman was a good
I'Vench linguist, the Frenchman piqued
himself upon his superior English, and
not only persisted in conversing in tho
I mguage, but sent the pills with the
following directions attaohed: : j
"Sir shall take two pill all day1, and
shall not cat them two hours afterwards,"
The City Milk Business. Mary ihe
kitchen-maid: "Why John what's the
matter ?" Milkman: "Ah, Mary, if we
don't have rain soon, I dont know what
we'll do for mijkl". , , : ,1
I a
HARRISON & COLLINS
-1EN1RAI. BEE-HIVE GALLERY, 4or
ne of Fifth and Weetorn-row. PbotoKraplm,
Melalnot;pes and Ambrotypc taken choaper itian
eliewbere la the city. Oil Colored Photograph!
made of all alzea, from life to the raafleet miuiatliro.
Picture neatly net In Lookst, Breaat-pitw, Finger
ring and Braoeleti. All work warranted. , 1
nl-y 'A. 8. BLOOM, Artiiit.
ClIRISTMAH CiOODHl JOHN BAES
has on hand a choice varluty of liuurlos fontha
arproaotainiifestlvasnaiion. Soniclhliis for ailULn
dies end aontloroen, lame folk! aud little folks; iiiich
a new luteins, llgs,Uurranls, I'runcH, Nuta,dlthn,
fr.wh Poaches, Strawberriel and Pino-aplos, Jollies
end Presorre!, Lobsters, Nalmnn and rlanliiips,
Oysters, Kresh, (lore, Bpioid aud I'lrklnt, Islnalasi
uid Uolatlne, Fine Brandies, Maderla, Port, Hlinrry,
Datawtia and Ohampaxne Wines, Jamaica Ikini,
Scotch and Irish Whisky, Ao Gentlemen will piime
3ot fnriot that thechoicent Havana Olgan are IP be
a id nt National Theater Huilding, Hyvainore-stn'et
i. I
BUSINESS CARDS
Door Ijocks,
it. r. car and suit ( ii locks,
Door and Gate-Springs, "
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
SILVEK-PI-ATEl) DOOR-PLA'fES,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public am nupectlully Invited to call aud
amine the various patloruii and piicoa. AU Jobbing'
promptly uttonded lo I
GBOHGK McGltEGOR,
no2cm No. 133 Fifth-street, 2d door from llace. !
3
A. B. COLVILLE,
Heale illanufiicmrrr,
a
No. 41 Kant Second-etreot, between Sycamore and'
Uroadway, Uincibnatl, keep! every description of
Counter, Pint form, Cattle, Rnllroad Depot,
and Truck HohIsh; Trucl-,
Iron WaioiD, fcoa
Ropalrag done on the ihorteit notloe. noMa I
B. KITTREDGE & CO
IIU4 MAIN STRICT, OINUl NATI, i). " I
KITREDQEJfc FOLSOM, I
A!) St. Oharlei itreet, New Orleam, La
Importer! ofClunieV Hportlnc Apparatus,
iND DlALla in era rowoii.
.UAIL.ROAD HOTEL, :
(Fronting the Steamboat Landing.)
North-east corner Broadway and Front,
CINUINNATI, 0. i
It. F.
LEVMUNG, Proprietor.
J oc7em) ' '
H. CAMPBELL & CO.. I
il AKUFACTUREHS OF BAR, BH GUI
11 JL and B.itlor Iron, Plow Slabs, ttallroac Hpikeai
Kto, Abjo, a ieuta for the sale of IroutonSW-rNaili
Ware rooms Mo. 19 But Second Street. Oln-tlnnat I
Ohio. . !
""Ail kin . 1j iron made to order. Ins '
LEEJfUJtillT BYL, i
41LEAKER OF SIXES AND VAULTS,
U No. W Stxth-itreet. between Vine and Itooe. ia
the Medical Oollese, Cincinnati, Ohio. Fersoaawbe
may taror him with their patronage,can rely puno
tuallty and low prices, , pl-ay
iTloney! iVIoney! Itloucy! ;
LOAN OFFICE.
Ilemoved from 36 West Stxtb-atroet.
f ONST LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW.
i'-t-ELBY and all klnda of Merohandlae. at low
nues oi iniereei, at no. m v liHMiiraei. puween
Foniljj and Fifths M4
PHILADELPHIA !
Dining and Coffee Saloon, '
NO. AM FIFIH-STKKJCT, SOUTH SIDS,
(Near the corner of Tins,) i I
V. U VICKEKS, Proprietor.
Oyafra and dame lerred in all itylei. Meals at all
hours oolcm
II. P. I3L1AS'
New Wholesale
WATCH & JEWGLRV UOUSB
16 West Fourth Street !
i
iV hore can be bad every article appertaining to the
HrulneM at a muoh lean iirioe, for CASH, than
niuevor before been offered in this market. i
QIVE US A CALL.
. nl hi for yonraelvei. a h
WM. WHITAKER,;
JBWEI.KU,
.o.iW N. K. Oor. Fifth and Lodge streeta, between
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati. i
s;oidassortinentolUILVEaand VLATED WAB&
Sf KUTAOLM, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Hpoclal attention Riven to Gleaning and Kepalrln
Vichosand Jrtwolry. mylft.
HUGGS & MMITU, No. 6 West 4th SI.
RE NOW RKCEIVINO ADDITIONS TO
. & their large assortmeut of Watches, Jewelry,
-'llverware and Diamonds.
AMO . ,.
A line aswrtment of Plated Tea Hall and Outlery
o.J UimraUhuMea, 224
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
Oil. SAJl'L 1L$ISEU !
A? SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OT
Lla THE SKIN, KOKUMATIBU, DISEASES OF
AOMKS, and ancb Cbronlo complaints as maybe
wuelllted by theilygyenio and Atmopathlo lystetn
nf hisofflce. t
Yapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Araeuic, Morcory, Tor
icish, Uussiau aud loctro-Oheniicul Batha, a Sis
wuiijf of Medicine, and every manner of Klectric
tuil Atnguctic Apparatae.
HO. 47 WKST 8VKNTH-BTlilClT. ' j
lromce h'iri 9 A. M. tot . auj-tft
R. 8. KKWTON, H. D.
Un Wait RitsititV. Hftl
T-BI1 Tilt AMD 1A01.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
tlrrioa No. W Weet Soveuth street, between Vln
uid Itaco. Biidnc-No. 63 Heventh ntreet, be.
.n Walnut and Vino. 0ric nonns-7! to SH
. y : 1 tnSH, P. M.: 7ta P. M.
WM. M . H isiTE RT"
DENTIST, I
UOO Vjnn-Hti-eer,
J. TAFT, ' ;' . '
(Hncceesor to Knowlton 4 Taft.) . . !
DEHSTTIST,;
in. 30 West Foarth St., bet. Walnut oV Vint
CINCINNATI, OHIO. J
ep24
ST AT) AMU! H!T.T.Tfl f TV trio wnrrwrTv
LlM. at laat in.t whnt th. r.nHlMh.wUnnnu.j..
k.Hf,.ln.Uln .hA TT1II- T
n.im. ui, uu,,;ie UttOlO. IIHTO IS
inu looKea lor in yarn, the Uterine Iliiir. j
, n uwuug ouur iv warrauteu to cureaildis
casos Of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
rtomb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, eud the Urethra.
Prolapsus or Jf ailing of the Womb. Painful Kenstru
ulon, Uhlorosls, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect cur
Is (tuarrantwid by the use of from two to five bottles
alive and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
nwtterof how long sunding. Price Si per Bottle.
Madame KLLltT call! particular attention to the
. . J. u yueui tue moit prominent urtig.
iists of Olnoinnatl. i
"To TH8 PunLIOAItD TH1 LADIH IH PaETICOTAB
We, the uuderalgned, are not In the bablt of giving
our name to Patent Medioiues; bntknowing well the
i-'?i it Pn"lcl!;n' ai the medicine called the Uterine
nv .cvuuiuinnu l w ail female!
uiilT.rlnff frrm, Vaniala Tll.. . . LI. . ,T .
purely vegetable, and In no oase ean do injury; we
f y to all try, aud our word for it, you will And n
..r. F.D.HILl.,Drrilit,t
lepJT "Oornerof Fifth and Jiaoe-strroti." .
M ADAME Ei7LI8'S0SPANISH EtMU-
r.Ji tATINCI OOUOH AND LITEB Bi LBAM
Ji,u ."',"i""!t f," r,n?, !n ,he Br". wltr
bide or limbs; Ooughs, Oolds, Hoanenesi. Dim
V ?i """'yngTHeadache Flatulency, Heart
burn, Chron o Uhoumatism, llilliona Uholli, Oram
i!h..ll, Grip ? Paine of the Bowels, ftillnSi,
Stupor, InaotiTlty, Loss of Appetite, and in Pa".
Jul Menstruation It is a certain cure, and gives
lorrwdiate re ief. In any of the above discs!
It will give relief In twonty minutes, and a rernm.
lieu I euro by the nseortwo bottiea. OnlyiHiceniji
for bottle-so cheap that every person can get It.
N. H.-For sale by V. D. Ul Lb, Druggist, comi r
;.f Bacoanrl Flfth-itceets: J. D. PARlK corner ,!
Kounh and Walnut; SUIBE. KOKSTKfN iJo '
euro! 'Vine and Fourth; JOHN DICKSON, oornrr
of John and Mxth; PAUL ItKINLGIN. corner ot
Ughth and Freeman. Also, IDWAilD 80ANUAN
t,LLia, 14 West Blxth-street. sopa7.ay
J. J. BUTLER'S
Eicclsior 'I Fluid fnk.
Hnufctonr, S Vln lit. ' M
Holiday Gifts, &c. j
WE INVITS ATTENTION TO TUB
lew ."'! heantlfnl assortment of FA NOV
(100DH, which we have jut rocolved for the Hull,
days. Bohemian Bottles, Pearl Jewel (J.skels, Bo
hiimlan (Jaakets, Pearl Card Caws, Holioiiiiau JJojee,
Pearl Porto-tuonnales, Bohemian PruT Boxee, Pearl
luleid Brushes, o. For sale at very low prioea.' ,
AIHEliT ilOBH, llrugglst,
doll 8, W. cor. Klghlh-st. and Wiwtern-row.
Spalding's Prepared Glue..-
tiMim EXCELLENT ARTICLE IS POR
sale by ALBKRT B088, Drngglst, , -deu
;, i, W. oor, Jti.bU.-st. ua Wsslern-row.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O.S.MAIiT'BY
i Q FRESH CAW
OYSTERS-
J Spioed Oysteri.
PltKIiEDOYSTKKS
ri'HS SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RBCEIV
JL INO DAILY, by the Adams express, MALT.
BY'S world-reuownod Baltimore
Fresh Can, Xe and Shell Oyiteri.
ALSO
Fresh, Hermotleallr-sealsd (JOYI, BFICKD a
PIOK.LKD OYUTGBa.
ROBERT ORE, Ag;ent
pr.tf Depot. II Weat Flfth-strvet '
FKEHH
OYSTERS
OAVTtGNA'S
Oyster Importing . House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET.
HjlHE SUBSCRIBER IS' NOW REOEIV
X INO dally, por Kxprcss, his snlendld Oysters,
Having cdmpleted arrangements In Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all times during
the season be prepared to furnleh myfrlsnda. "and
the rest of mankind," with the most DSLI0IOC9
BIVALVES Imported to tho Queen City. Nomi but
the very bosc Imported. Oreat iuducemonta offered
tins importing-honse.
Order ilollclted and proinptly filled. Terms cash.
PKTI-U. t'AVAf JNA.
soplll
Solo Importer and Proprietor.
THOS. SMITH'S
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
OYSTERS,
Depot, 93 Sycamore-atreet, opposite the
. National Theater..
' R. C. BOOKING, Agent.
A L80 Dressed Fish and Game; fresh and sweet
Butter, Ac, delivered at all hours, free of charge. .
,, Ideltf
If You Want
Fine, Fat, Frosh Oistsbs,
TRY
TODD'S
Magnum Bonuras, at his Wholenale and Betail Oys
ter House, 1
253 253 253 253
WAl.NUT-8Trt.EET,
no29 Fifth door above Sixth, west side.
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received daily by the Adams Ex- jm s
press Company, in whole and half cans. iNTyu I mu
All Oysters sold warranted fresh and of arflijr
the very beet quality. J. B. 0W1N0B,
Agent, No. 37 Fifth-street, bet. Alain
and Walnut-streets.
N, B.-The trade supplied on the most liberal
terms. oc2fiem
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CO.,
,' Manufacturers and Dealers iu I
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND POWEB,) ! '
And all klnda ot Printing Material, Noa.
1 J I, 173 and tit West Neeond-atreet,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MEDAL JOBBKB. Within the last
eighteen months we have introduced them into four
tn ilrnerent Htatos of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power is
applied to the center of the platan i oonacqueutly
there is no possibility of ,its springing front any
amount nt' pressure. The motion Is so transmitted
to it as to canse a dwell on the point of contact with
the form, iueuriug A FKitFKOT IJHl'itfiStllON at
a high rate of speod. !
Printers In want of the BKHT JOBBER should
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination . They are itrong, durable aud rapid, and
are WAIt BANTED to give the most entire satis
faction. . no3
II ALIAS PATENT.
THE MOSTKELI ABLE FIRE AND
BTJROLAU PBOOF SAFES, They have given
more satisfaction than any other now In tiso.
We offer a reward of ONE TIIOUfJAND UOL
LARM to any person that can, np to the present
time, showa single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents. ' ,
With this SAFE we challenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment ;ln the Union, andthe
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the Hum
ort2,0M).
Wears prepared to furnish a better Safe, and At leas
coat, than any other manufaotnrer in the United
Mtatea.
Second-hand Safes of other makers, alao on hand.
We respectfully invite the pnblio to call and exam
ine our atwk before purchasing elsewhere. '
i . HALL, UARKOLL CO.,
, angl2-ryf Hoa. 18 and 17 East Columbia street.
' Wt B. O0DD6, i
'orasrlyof BaIl,DoddjOc.;lat Crban.DoddaAOO.
W. II. Dodds & Co., 1
' ' ttAVDf Aonntiag or Tin
O ONOH 33 TP 3E
Piw and Ilurglhr Proof
:.m A.'3?. m t
8. W. Corner of Vine Second Streets.
This Is the moat reliable FIBK AND BOKOLA
PBOOF 8AFB that is made tn the United States, and
la warranted perfectly free from dempi Can be sold
at lower prises, and is of better workmanship than
oan be found eliew hers. '
We have a large assortment' on hand, and are d.
tannined to soil at prices that cannot fall to please.
Old Sales,
Takes tn exchange) SECOND-HAND BAHS al
yays oa hand at eiramnly low prfree. , 9fjj
MAKES AND ' REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS In a tnporior manner. - Batlnfaatory
references dven. Address No. 1, Sycamore-strwst,
0 irneref Front. ' delo
R" X M d VAL. E. OSMOND, - M. D.,
Dentlat, ha removed to OTCVrne-ttreet, near
sjaeaath.easnsltatlie HasODOw. ao' hit
w
IXLIAM DISNEY. ATTORNEY
AT IsAWiCbtM Buildings, No, tKaalThlrd.
lifts.
II will'
'-':'-r-'- - -'9Ts?3J . i, ..';. !
INSURANCE.
BY STATE AUTH01UTX
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
teditlng all preseut local Insurance Cpmpanies and
. tr. j.. i..nvunoA imatniw. Iii this citv. d.l
rear! constant duty here, combined with wealth, ej
.... i.,.riu ...H l heralitv. esiieoially com
mend the 4STNA Insuranoe Company lj thebvom
ble patronage of this communltr-standing solltafl
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer o
'Jlnclunatl underwriters of 1843.
Lneaea iald In Olnclnnntl during out FIti
xeara, rjitfiifuu1
Cash Capital8l,000,000
r ....... w nm. .SiTtTTallMPlTRICnl WTTR A
SURPLUS OP 1,030,43 80
And the prestige of n years sncoess anu exejieneuoe
' wwuTuaaffl nv
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities
nu a ta nnik.nni.. r.tllHHRH i
Have been paid bj the 2E tuft lnHuraooa Oompany II
j i-i...j Mowiu.iUn HiNbH rujotaitte
rirv nuiuiiiuui'initi.wu. ........ .. .
.ttonui coualnteut with noivoucy and tatr prpni
lispocial attention given to insurauoo i iw..ia.
andOonteuta, forterms of lto5y . . L
Application made to any duly .nluprlMd Agnt
sromptly attended to. By strict attention to a legie
filiate Insnrance baslnnes, this Oompany is enables,
tooller both indemnity for the past and securitflor
i . n ll.l .. J 1 1 1. a Ja nu ViB I
tin inure, r ijciariihtiuwu iiumwi
JAS. H, OAuTKKf Agent, No. 40 Main
A. F. PATOit. rlMliUnt Anu.
(I a l.tll.bV A . ran r 171 Vln MtriMt.
j.j. km k il it. a af Ant. rnl ton . 17 th Ward, aul
WESTERN INSUR1NCE COMPANl
OV CINCINNATI.
ifFflCB IN THE SECOND STORY 0
P No. 2 Front-street, between MainandSycamore.
This Oompany ia taking Fire, Inland and Marine
Slsks at current rales ot premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid, .
D1RKOTOUH:
f F Eckert, F Uiill, S W Pomeroy, '
William Glenn. W U Whlloher, W U Mann.
Robert Uitcholl, W II Gonntock, L8K Htoue,
Bobt Buchanan. OOBhaw, Geo Stall,
Wm Hellew, , Seth Evans, t J U Taaife, ,
David Gibson, U Brachman, J 0 Isham,
II Olearwater, Thos H Elliott.
T. F. KU&EBT. President.
Stephen Morux, Hecretary. noa
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company)
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DIRECTORS:
William Wood. Isaac 0. Copelen,
James F. Ounnlngham, Sydney S. Olark,
Andrew Krkenbrecher, Joseph Reakirt. ,
Coo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
Oooree R. Dixon. '
ISA AO O. COPELEN, Prosldond
OIO. w. uoriLtH, secretary. ...
A.M. R0S8,.mirveyerl
la nroDared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
Risks, on favorable term!. Oflico Ho. 3 Wist Thlfd-
streot. xrnet uo. uuuuing. notibti
National Insurance Co.,
Clnclnnittl, Ohio.
(Ufllce South-west Oor. Main and Froui-atreetaJ
Marine, Inland Transportation aid
TAKEN AT CURRENT KATBS.
DIBKOTOBS:
John Burgoyno, EM Smith, .
Wm Ilepworth, ('has L Moore,
Robert MooroJ
M Kochheimer,
U V VL i. ,.M.. Thn. fin.. U IV 1.1.
J L iloes. Thos R Biggs, Henry Kllia.
U. 0. UBNKB, Sec'y. JKO. BITBOOYNE, Prei.
nOUbfm P. A. Bpbuiman, Burveyot.
Cincinnati Insui-ance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
CAPITAL $150.000i
IFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
" F SCItlCS against Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
ronia oi lue oea anu xuiunu navigation. I i
DIRECTORS:
1,'o.WBartwell. Allen (Jollier. William Koant
John W Ellis, JaiimsLupton, Ohas.W Rowland,
Job u W Dudley, James A Frazor, J W Canncld, .
u i "oouruw, iv iu n i.ayior, ao winniow,
liS AVilliams, H McBirney, Bowman U Baker.
junn rt. UAtit w jtLIj, f resident,
(J. V. WiMiiAMS, Secrotury. no8
ideut,
, FIRI2 AND 91AIUNK.
Eagle ' Insurance Company,
Or CINCINNATI.
J- W. GAUBISON, Prwldent.
8. W. RB.EDEB. Secretary, "
iiiBECTOBs- fouii Aniuonv ray, vrm
woou. j. w. . i i.ou, oauiuei a. iuii, iieorge w
lowniey. omit -.mjho.
MBVKoia j. n. Liawiieranq uavid Baker. de9ay
MUjUOU q,iia uu iiwuuw. uu uus mjvliio4
'a
-oo 2? aaio-H m
' -Sienna o u gouiitarii- eiaeijoj -os 'ttuilioa
qtoiouitioa u!, nj moja 'tsuiuaiw uing 'djea
uiu jepun pa jedd.n qjoq fpnos svsj'seuivjj-rr
KOVI fJNOHXS & I da 3Ali 'S3ZI9 11 iT
auniog pin Siripni a 8qJoj
UOOF1IVO! ItOOFIIV5r!
'JIIIE OTJTCAIiT ier,ASTIC ME
JL TALLIO BOOFIHO" i oi Tered to the public
u the best aud cheapest Metal Roof now, need, its
uerita tested by an experience of years In this city
tnd vicinity. A polled to flat oi ' steep, old or new
ttilldtngs. No solder used faste ned secnrelv with.
jut exposure to tho action of the elements. .
rropareu sneete, ooxeu lor smpi neni to any pant of
the United States, can be applied uy any one with
rdinary mechanical skill. Orde.ra promptly illlod.
OALDVrELL A (JO, T
jyle-tf ' 132 Went Sncond street.
PLOEE
Feathers and Winter Mlllnery
Of every description, which I am soiling at a sn
advanoe on New York prloes, wholesale and rotaB,
f. WKBJJ, Jrn
nn4
194 Fifth -street, bet. Hare and
Elm.
OANDY ! O AND
' . (lincoessor to Mu A Jo,)
. .:'..'.. ,V i '. ... - nt
maulctureri nd WUoli.ale DcJr
-IH-
:f
:(
FINK AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIM STREET, , CINCIN NAjTT
. , . . . -. '.,.... BiyiT
C. W. MACKELFRESH,
i . .. niauufnctnrer of , . . . I
TMnt. SHEBT-IRON AND ZINO WARE,
. Baking and leidlltc Powder Box;a, Tin Speak.
IngTnbe, Itooflog, and Dealvn in Steves, No, 3H
lifth-street, Olnoinnatl, Ohio. ..'I
SMT All kinds t f Job Work promptly attended to.
fdo7am
QKtEJVTAL EXCJUANGE.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVlNdEJ IT
TED the SALOON In the Inquirer
Building, are now prepared to furnish (jPS )
their friends with the best ImporWy'U y
Wines, Liquors and Oigare. ' vBflftjr
sWT Baltimore Shell Oysteri Hired in 1
every stylo. i,. , I ' '
detVam , , EASTWOOD A SABQEHT.
HOLIDAY QOODSWe have just re
ceived a large supply of nsw vs'rulU, auw as
Klga, Prunes, Natural Peaches', Pineapple, Biaek
herriea ami Strawberries, assorted Jellies and Jams.
Preserved fruits. In endleM variety : dolloate Old
Port, Sherry, Madoliaaoil Olianinagne Wines, form
ing the largest and most complete assortment of
"good thjiKs" ever offered la the oily before.: For
A, .holeaaleand NWONAL I) '0O. .
deli Mand Branch Btori West Fourth-et.
m. n. baXdwiS, ATTORNEY
AK1) COUNHKL1.0R AT LAW and Mas tor
Oemmbsioner ef the Superior and Oommoti fleas
Uonrts. Bank Building, north ,wost oorner of Main
Fid Third-street". ' 1 fane
S FRANKLIN TYPE AND BIERE0T3TPE
' rotJrttjBV. B. AIlLiaON, SuperlnUndenL
lVlal)Baairlaliora i Inda, M TuMftUMiF
ffflrlf7eiol!ii
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati
at. and Chicago.
ti . i ii . ... . i
Three FassengerTralnileaveOlndlhnatldailv. from
the foot of M ill and Front streets.
Hi.lO A. M . (Jhlcairo Mall arrives at Indlanaaolls
at 12:10 P. M., Chicago at 10:80 I'. M. This train
connects with all night trains ont of Chicago (or
ne west at u inorin-west; connects at mmanap"
lis with trains for Terra Haute; also with I'm u
trains for Peru, Logansport, Fori Wayne and To
ledo. '
l'MS P. M. Terre Bante and Layfayette Ac
oommouatlon arrives at ludianapoliBat 6:16 P.M.,
uiaaiug airectoonneotions at inaianapons witn jia
(ayette trains for Decatur, Snrmglield. Maplei. Ouln-
oy, -Hannibal and St. Joseph.
7 tr. iu. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
it 12:15 Ai M., making oleee eonneotlonsatChioaiu
with al I morning trains out of Chicago.
. Hleeelnff ears are nttluahed tn nil th. ntnht trains
on this lino, and rua through to Chicago without
change of oars.
This is exclusively a western and North-WMtern
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangement!
wuu an oouueoiioH roans larougnom sue entire
West, guarantee! unusual eare and the amalast an.
oommodations to the patrons oi this line.
ine uompany s exclusive 'luiegrapn Line is aiea
irhen necessary, to govern the movement of trains,
aud Loughridge a celebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger trains, by which they canbe)
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern im
ptoveiuenta necessary for the comfort aud safety ol
eMseugers, the managers of this road have liberally
piovided. ' ,! i
. Smoking-cars oi thlsllno. 1
SMT Be sure yon h.ro In the right tloket office before
;ou purchase your ticli.ts, and ask for ticket! via
Uiwrenceliorgand Indlanapolia. 1
Fare the same ai bf any other rente. Baggage
ineoked through.
TUHOCUH TICKETS, good nntll need, can be ob
talned atthetioketofSoea, at Spencer House Corner
aorth-westoorasr Broadway and Front: No. 1 Bur
net House Corner) tt the Walnut-street Home, and
t Dlpot office, too or Mill, on Front itreet, where
ill necessary tnforuiatioi mar be had.
Omnibusei rni to aud Cram each train, and w
. 1 1 f. . . na.aAntfMM .11 h...l . ..J .11 . , . .
lty,bj leaving address Uelt sir office.
. W a. L. nOBLK.
noU 1 Oeiseral Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAIN8 LEAVE Till
Sixth-street Depot. ' .
Traina run through to Cleveland, Sandusky, To.
ledoand Indianapolis without change of oars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North
in and North-western cities.
Ii A. IH. EXPRESS TRAIN For Hamilton.
Itichmond, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Counsels at Richmond with 0. aud
0. lload for Logansport; also connects at Hamilton
lor Oxford, Ac.
',7i:i0 A, IH. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
iandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
dose connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
wine evening. Also connects nt Ubuana job Co-
1. dm bus; at Bollefontaine with B. and I. R. 11., East
ind West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
'Jhlcin!0 Railroad East and West; at Clyde with
'lvniand and Toledo Railroad trains for Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton lor Greenville, Union, Win
Chester and Munclo.
10 A. M. K.VPREH8 TRAIN Tor Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest,
due for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
(eastern oities.
i4U P. IH. TRAIN For Hamilton, Rlchraoul
Indianapolis, Terre Haute and Saiut Louis; i
uects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac. . . '
3::i(P. ill. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Bellefontaine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
nil points in Canada. Connects at Bollefontaine with
U. and I. B. II., East and West.
lltSO P. W. EXPRE1H TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
Mew York, aud all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
ind all Eastern cities, . ... . .,
WTlie night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M., leuvesdaily ixcEPr Saturdays. All other
trains leave daily kxokpt Sundays;
For further information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket oflicei .north-east corner Front aud Broad
vay; No. lti'J Walnut-atreot, neur Uibson House; al
he new Ticket Uffloe.on the west side of Vine-street,
etweenlPoitoMco and Bn;net Honsoj at tho Walunt
itreet House, for at tho Sixth-street Depot.
M012 D. MoLABKN. Superintendent.
; . ,
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.'
FIRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. St., connects via Columbna aud Cleveland;
'ia Columbus, Steubenvlllo and Pittsburg; . via
Jolumbns, Creatline und Pittsburg; via (Mum
oua and Bellair (Whoi'iiid). Also, for Springfield,
fills truin atops between Cincinnati aud Columbus,
it all the principal stations.
MEIJOND TRAIN-Columbus Accommodation
it 4i4l P. AI. This train stops at all stations be
ta eeu Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati aud
jprlugHeld.
TliIRO TRAIN Night Exprem air IIi.lO p.
.VI., connects via Colambus aud Bellair (Wheeling);
'la Colnmbns, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colura
liua Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Uloveland.
- This Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xnnla
uid London. SLEKPINOCABS ON THIS TRAIN.
WTheDay Kxpresi runs throngh.to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pltteburg, via Steubenville, without
change t cars. 1
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
tt lltUOP. HI., runs daily, except SATURDAYS.
I'be other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
For all Information, and Through Tickets to Bos
.on, Mew York, .Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
flttsburg. Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
ipply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 4 Bur
let House, lonth-east cornor oi Broadway and Frost
itreeti, and at the Eastern Depot. .
.Trains run by Columbus time, which la seven radi
ates faster than. Cincinnati time,
J. DTJBAND, Sirp't.
Omnibuses oallforpassengeri by leaving directions
st the Ticket Ofijces. noU
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
, THROUGH WITHOOT CHANUE OF OA US.
.Two Dally Tralm for Vlncennes, Cairo and St.
Louis, at VM A.M., and 7:30 P. M.
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 7:30 A.M.
t:00 P. M., and 7:S0 P. M.! . .
One Train for Kramville at 7:80 P. M.
The Tralm connect at St. Louis for all points In
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulucy aud Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vickaburg,
Matches and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:30 P. M.
. RirURNiNu-Fast Line Leaves East St. Louis,
nndaya excepted, at 8:60 A. M,, arriving at Ciuciu.
aati at 10:15 P. M.
Kxpanoj Tbain Leaves East St. Loiils dally at i:(0
P, M arriving at Cincinnati at 8:36 A. M. , .
. , FOR THROUGH TICKETS '
Co all points West aLd South, please apply at tho
fllcoi, Walnnt-etree t House,- between Sixth and
.kvonth-itroets, No. I Burnet House, corner office,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
llouie Office! and at the Depot, oorner Frontand Mill,
-treets. W. H. OLEMEN'i.Oen'l.Superlntendent.
Omnibuses call for paasengera. ooa9
Cincinnati, Richmond &
MEL
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
IN
, , .UBim
ri.
IT1.
W U ID,
LAFAYETTE,
in ...
wtuoAao.
ii-. tANHPOBT.
IIIHI
WAT.
, . " i w 1,,1 uirwiii. loaning elos-
Oonneotlons rorBlTother Western and North-WMtern
win ts. Thli Train also counocta at Blohmonrt with
nolnaati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Koko. '
JOi Logansport, anoVall point! oa Wabaak. Valley
J:oV.'M -INDIANA POL1 8, OHIOAGO A BT.
tiOUIS NTOI.T KXPBK88.-rThabee Trains make
close connections at Indlanapolia, Larayettennddhl.
'o, wUh Tralm for Terre Ilaufce, SprlnnUolil, Rook '
sland, Qaleabnrg, Kenosha, LaOrosse, Jaokaouville.
I'anvlIIe.Burlingtou, lllwauk, Mattoon.NaBlea
Ualena, Qnlncy, Prairie du Objen, Pani, Porl.
Daniel th. Baolno, Decatur, Blooniingtoii, Jollet. I,a '
Salle.t It. Panl.and all town! and oi ties in tn North
NT Through Tioketa given and Baggage ehaoked
hrorh. i i
Fo r Turtherlnformation and Throngh Ticket!. a.
fly tM Ticket Othoes, north-east oorner ot Ft ont and
uroadway! No. 1M Walnut street, near Foarth: at
sor.th-east oorner of Fourth and Vine itreet, or al ,
tbiSixth-atreet Depot. ' 1
r. ' 'iMOBBOW.ftnpev.'titendent
Omnlhnaes will oall for passeng m tir leavlnx a, At
tmw al lthar of the Tloket Of? .
TWO BAILJHBOUriBjrBATMN leafeS rthViVert
1
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