TENNYSON'S BUGLE SONG.
eninialle poem, though familiar, will always
The splendor fills on castle Willi, .
And mow summits old In story;
The long llbt sbakss across the lakes.
And the wild cataract Imp in glory,
now, bugle, blow, wt the wild echoes flying;
Blow, bugle, answer, echoea, dying, dying, dying.
0 hark, 0 heart how thin ani clear,
And thinner, dearer, farther going; ,
0 tweet and far. from cliff and tear,
The home of Blr-laud faintly blowing!
nlnw, let u hear the purple glena replying;
Blow, bugle, answer, echoes, dying, dying, dying.
0 lore, they dlo In yon rich ekr;
They faint oa Held, or hill, or river;
Our echoes roll from aonl to sonl,
And grow forever and forever,
nlow, bugle, blow, eat the wild echoes dying,
And answer, echoea, anewor, dying, dying, dying.
BY THOMAS HOOD.
How hard, when those who do not wish
To lend that's lose-tbelr books.
Are snared by anglers folks that fish
With literary hooka. ,
Who rail and take some favorite tome,
But never rad it through;
Tliy thus complete their set at home
Uy unking one at you.
The Philosophic Owls in Paris—A Pleasant
Joke Seriously Interpreted.
At ono of the fashionable restaraunts
in the Boulevards fashionable because
extraordinary dear a subscription din
ner, for twelve persons, was reoently
fdven, at a total cost of two thousand
francs includng pourboire of two hun
dred francs to the garcons who waited
on the party. Instead of one individual
acting an host to the eleven, eloven were
the hosts of one guest. This latter was
a young gentleman about to be married,
nd the feast wag a dinner of adieu to
bachelor life, offered him by his intimate
friends and companions as a last tribute
of 1'riend.ship and sympathy, before the
victim should be launched into matri
mony. Each of the eloven wore a band
of crape on his arm, and at the close of
a v-cpast not exactly in keeping with the
solemnity of their dress, one of the num
ber chanted a sort of Berio-comic do pro
I'uudis, on the terminated bachelorhood
and lost liberty of the future Bendick The
novelty of tho whole affair was such that it.
was immediately noised' abroad, and wan
not long in reaching a certain aristocratic
mansion, in tho Faubourg St. Germain.
Now it so happened that tho tenants of
this mansion were tho betrothed and her
parrents; and tho very nest day, when
tho bridegroom 'elect presented himself,
all smiles, at".Netherby date," the afore
said gate was shut in his face. Since
that woeful afternoon, every attempt miulo
by ihe disconsolate and repentant bach
;malian to get a glimpse ot his lady-love,
or even an opportunity of prostrating
.himself entirely at tho feet of ner indig
nant mother, to beg forgiveness and prom
ises all sorts of things, has utterly failed
to mitigate the Spartan severity of the
matron and the boudierio of the maiden.
The marriage is to all appearances, irre
trivvably broken off; which is the more
unfortunate as the young people were
attached to each other not often tho
caso in Parisian high life. The old Coun
tess is still in a towering rage, about tho
dinner of adieu, the crape, the funeral
dirge, and all the rest; and the daughter
has been sent away from Paris to Bpcnd
the winter in a dreary chateau in the
country, and get woll of the "bent" heart
as best she may.
Voltaire and Frederick—Their Lake of
In peaceable timos Frederick's restless
r-pirit found employment in literature,
and thinking that his business was rather
to enlighten mankind than to muster what
wiser men had written, ho poured forth
volume after volume, in French of indif
ferent prose and worse poetry. He desired
to have a critic at hand to correct what was
faulty in his compositions, and, as a royal
author, coveted for his own the Prince of
Critics. So overtures were made to Vol
taire to come to Pottsdam, there to be en
tertained with courtesy and honors suitod
to hisfame, and to Pottsdam in an evil
hour he went.
Never did a palace hold twosuoh men,
with talents at once so great and so per
verted. The king sat up stairs writing
his history or dubbling in philosophy, or
penning alternately lampoons and com
pliments, and Voltaire sat down stairs
writing his "Age of Louis XIV." Their
productions- in manuscript were freely
communicated to each other, and pro
fusely commended or freely criticised.
For a time Voltaire was pleased and flat
tered; the king, he said, was as agreeable
in society as he was terrible in war.
Nothing could be more delightful than
this iiiude of life, or more honorable to
philosophy or literature, Voltaire de
lighted to quiz the authors who wore ad
mitted like himself to the familiar supper
Queues ot the palace, and Frederick re
sented every attack upon mon whom he
esteemed as prodigies of genius: As oc
caiions of dispute mulciplied, the wit
could not restrain his pen nor spare his
pcMoo, so stinging epigrams were writton
and soon reported to the king. Frederick
retaliated in kind. If the weapons were
less keen, sarcasm from such a quarter
left a rankling wound behind them, and
tho great master of tho mocking art when
too roughly touched, was as irritable and
piirtrtionato as a spoiled child.
Other grievances followed, and scenes
were enacted for the amusement of wits
and courtiers, which sound ludiorous
oeyond description, when wo considor
the pretensions of both parties, and the
terms on which they came together.
"Vou are a philosopher," Frederick had
written in the letter of invitation, "and i
am ono also. What more natural than
that we should enjoy each other's society?
1 rexnect you as my master in eloquence
and knowledge ; and I love you as a
virtuous friend." The king gave the
"virtuous friend" an allowance of tea,
chocolate, sugar, and other articles. The
"virtuous frieud' complained that they
were bad, the purveyors being a cheating
net. Frederick replied that in that case,
the philosopher might do without them;
liis sublime studies need not be in tempted
by attention to suoh trillos. Vol tain
was in a rage, and to reimhurso himself
mild Ii is wax candles, taking care, when
ho left tho royal apartments for his own,
nl ways to bring along one with him,
.v liich was never returned. .
rnKMAXENCB OF A GoOU IlKArtT. -A
yi'l will fall, a straight back will
Htoup, i Hack beard will turn white, a
(Mi i lci pate grow bald, a fuir face will
wii liiit, a full eye will wax hollow; but n
j.-' i heart is the tun and moon; or rntber
iii nun, and not the moon, for it eliinea
li'i.'lit, and never change, but keeps its
African Chivalry—A Duel between Two
A. Virginia exohange gives the following
account of a duel between two negroes,
who had quarreled about a sable mistress:
They took their stands on the west
side of the creek below the Old Dominion
Mills. One of tho seconds suddonly
noticed that the Bunshine "froo de clouds '
set his principal a winking and rolling
his eyes, and he immediately put in an
"I say niggor, I put my weto on dat
posishun. It's agin de rules ob all de
codes ob honor 1 ebber seed. Do refrec
tion ob de sun's rays makes my princ
pica roll him eve to much."
wy, wy look hero dian i wo cnuoK
up a cent for choice ob de ground, and
didn't I git it?"
"Sartin, 1 knows you did; but don far
play's a juba aud I'se no notion ob seeing
mytren composed on, ana lose ail at)
"Well nigger, I'se no notion too; l'se
jest as good a right to hub no notion as
vou is, and 1 insists on sottlin' de matter
jest as we is."
At this juncture a friendly cloud min
gled in with tho curtains of vapor already
gathered arouud the sun, and settled tho
matter at once. The two principals
again took their positions, and all prelimi
naries being settled, each one took his
pistol, ready cooked, from his second.
Both manifested considerable spunk,
although a blueish paleness spread over
their black cheeks. The second who
was to give the fatal order now took his
stand and in a "bully voice" began:
"Gontleum, your time am cum." Both
nodded and commenced shuddering.'
"Is you ready! Fiah one, two, free!"
Hang, pop, went both pistols at once,
one ball raising the dirt in the middle of
the road, while the other took a "slantin-
tliukular" direction and scraped the wool
olF the top of the head of the "second"
who had given tho word.
It was now thought time to settle the
matter, and the ehallanged party
approached his atagonist and said:
"Nigger is you eat.iiied?" "I is," was
the reply. "So is I," said the first, "and
'! u ei time you catch dis chile zibitiu'
liisscff dis way, you'll had to fotch him."
Dem's my sentiments odzactly," retorted
the other; "whon your on mortal instru
ment ob defBplocfed, I thought I was a
uoner. (Josh, aint 1 glad dor aint no blood
They shook hands and came back to
the oity, tho "wounded" second being
the only one in the party who didn't look,
happy. He lost no blood but couldn't
bear the idea of losing his top-knot, and
about four years' growth from the fright
occasioned by the accident
Self Elevation. It is a very common
thing to hear people excuse their want of
i nitiation, of education,, of responsi
' I'ility, of refinement in fact all the qual
ities that give one social value and posi
tion by reforring to the many great men
who have arisen from tho lowest round of
the human ladder. They point to Shak
'peare, Claude, Loraine, Columbus, Napo
leon, and other famous historical individ
uals including Horaco Greeley and trace
them back to their early poverty and igno
rance as an excuse. They Bay, "If these
nmn oame from uiy class, it must be the
best one. The matter lies in a nut shell.
The lowest circle is an excellent ono to
if-t away from. Tho difference between
William Shakspeare and John Smith is,
that William could not remain in an
ignorant .position, that ciscumstances
could not keep him there, while John
cannot elevate himself abeve the sur
roundings in which he was originaly
Tub Fambof Milton "Gone Out." Ho
says William Winstantly in his "Lives of
the Poets from the Conquest to James II."
'Kho whole passage is a literary curiosity.
And will nt least sorve to illustrate how
different an estimate the world has placed
upon the immortal poet, from that of the
fawning syoophants of royalty.
"John Milton was one whose 'natural
parts might deservedly give him a place
among the principal of our English poets,
having written two heroic poemB and a
tragedy, namely, Taradiso Lost, Paradiso
Regained, and Sampson Agonistes. But
hisfame is gone out like a candle in a
snuff, and his memory will always stink,
whioh might have ever lived in honorable
repute, had not he boon a notorious
traitor , and most impiously and villan
misty belied that blessed martyr, King
Charles tho First."
A very Candid Minister. A Glasgow
clergyman the other Sabbath intimated to
his congregation that lr. Brown would
aildresethem that afternoon. The plain
fact was that tho Rev. Doctor, being anx
ious to preach from a certain text, found
it discourse of Dr. .Brown's on the same
subject, "much superior to anything he
could writo," and brought the book to the
pulpit, and simply read the sermon as it
(here 'stood. :
Literal'.? True. A merchant in Bur
lington, having sunk his shop floor a
couple of feet, announces that "In eonse
e Ax Cw. . ,1
quonce 01 recent lmprovementa, goods 1
win De sola oonBiaorahie Jower than
I1ARRI&OJT & COLLINS'
CENTRAIi BEE-HIVE GALLERY, oor
J ner of Fifth and Western-row. Photographs,
Melainutypes and Ambrotypes taken cheaper than
elsewhere in the city. Oil Colored I'butOKraphs
made of all aires, from life to the smallest miniature,
I'ictures neatly set in Lockets, Breast-pins, finger
rings and Bracelets. All work warranted.
iH16-ay A. H. B1.00M. ArtUt,
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
IT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
A next to Hmllb A Mxon's Uull, Cincinnati,
Ohio. A splendid Otft, worth from m cents to
will be given with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of salo.
Gifts consist of Uold and Hiver Watvhes, Ladles'
'lid Uold Ohains, splendid set of Jewelry, line Gold
bracelets, Oents' Umri Vest-chains, and a large va
riety of other nrUclos of rich Jewelry, worth from
Vi cants toKIUO.
Ladies and gontlemen aro respectfully Invited to
call and eiamine our stuck.
A. A. KELLEV,
Publisher and Gift Bookseller,
nn21-tf No. Weat Konrlh -street.
CONSTABLE'S SALE. By virtue of an
execution, t" me dirncted, 1 will will, on DAT
UKPAY, the 7th day of .lunimry, MM, nt IU o'clock
A.M., at the Junction of Ann-street and the Misnii
Mial, Ihs following kooiIh and chattels, to-witt
Ian canal. Ik t PltlNUKaH, Imr apparel and tlx
I'ircn, taken under the water-craft 1'iw, at the suit of
J--AH. eohwaelal, JO. lll'ltUKLL, Oonstahl".
l)r.cwss 27. IW. ' ' de tt
AT K VV " II A M S DAVIS'S-DlXMOND
w IIRaND Justontof smnke; nlpo, nnvr Pried
B 'craiid Beef Totiwttos, just iKelroii mid lor t-nfr bv
deW IfKUUUauN, Uorner Ktutli aud Vine.
It. It. CAR AND SWITCH LOCKS.
Door and Gate-Spring!,
house bell materials,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public are respectfully Invited to call sod ex
amine the various patterns and prices. All Jabbing
promptly attoudod to
. UKORGE ITIcGKEGOB,
no3cm No. 13 Fifth-street, id door from Baca.
A B. COLVILLE,
Seal Manufacturer, .
No. 41 Kast Second-street, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Liociuuiti, Keeps overy ciescnptlon of
Counter, Plntform. Cattle, Kallrend Depot,
ttiiu i niii nuuicni ainri'V
Iruu Wagons tVo,
Kep!mgdoneon theBhorteflt Botic). 1 nol-6t
B. KITTREDGE & CO
1J4 MAIN HTBBKT, CIN01 jgATl, 0. .
KITREDGE & FOLSOM,
5 St. Charles street, Mew Orleans, li a
Importers of GousuV. Hvortlmt Appelates,
AND DXaLIUA IS BOH FOWDIH.
iFroiitlng the Steamboat Landing.) r
North-east corner Broadway and Front,
11. i, LEVKltlVG, Proprietor.
H. CA.MPBELL & CO .,
fl ANUBACTUREKr! OF BAR, SHEET
i-'JL and Boiler iron, Plsw Blubs, Builroat spiki
fctc. Also, i rents for the iHle uf 1 rontcu Si-' Nails
ttanirouuis Ho. 1 JhutStcond Street, Cincinnati
MAllklD lilrou ixadortorder. IDS
" LEAN KR OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
J So. w Slttb-streat, betwasu Vine and Mace,1u
tho Mudlcal College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Perseus who
may favor him with their rjatroiuim.rjLn relv i q nniia.
tuulity and low prices. spl.ay
Money! Money! Money !
Removed from 30 West Slxtb-atraet.
afl ONEY LOAN BDON WATCHES, JEW
illKLHY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
Milts ul interest, at No. 172 Vine-street, twtvroeu
fourth and Filth, ' iM4
Dining; and Coffee Saloon,
NO, HIS tfin'H-STBEET, SOOTH SIDK,
(Near the corner of Vine,)
V. I.. VICKERM, Proprietor.
0)men and Game ser?ed In all styles. Aleals at all
ii. ip. i:lia'
MM JEWELRY 1HWSE
16 West Fourth Street
V. Iii'io can be bad every article appertaining to the
I'urfiKus at a muea leas vrliie, for CASH, than
iai evar before boon offered iu thlsi market.
GIVE US A CALL.
4 ml p for fonraulrn. aril
At,, un ti. G. Or. fifth and Lodge streets, between
Walunt aud Vine, C'inoinnati.
iuoilftsacttujeutolSlLVKli aud PLATED WABA,
M'KUTAUliS, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special attention niven to Cleaning and Bepairlng
Wntcliea and Jewelry. mylo
HGUUS SMIThTno". 6 West 4th sT.
RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
ia. their large assortment of Watches, Jewelrji
!! iver ware and Diamonds.
A Sue assortment of Plated Tea bets and Ontlery
nil Opera ti lasses. XA
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
mi. swl silsijei;
SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
UU TUB SKIN, BHKUMATIBH, DI8KA8KS OF
A'lifilKN, and such (Jhronio complaints aa maybe
ueiiehtted by the Uygyenlo and Atmopatblo system
f hia office.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tar.
kixh, Unssian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Dis
(icnsary of Medicine, and every manuor of Electric
ui JltiRuotic Apparatus.
NO. 57 WEST BKVKNTH-8TKKBT.
earOIHce h.nrs 9 A. M. toft aqJO-yft
Ki S, NEWTON, M. U.
Otttoe, 80 Wet Seventh Street,
SKTIM VIM 1ID BAOR,
O. E. NEWTON. M. I).
(:rnos-N. tie Went Sovonth street, fcetween Vine
iD'l Kaco. Besidknci Mo. W Suventh street, be
nn Walnut ami Vine. Oyni Uouns lit to Vi
K. t : l r2i P. M.: 7 to H. M.
WM. M. HUNTER,
(Huocesinr to Knowlton ft Taft.)
Mn. SB West Ponrth H bet. Walnut 4c Via
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOONP
at last jiut what the Ladles have lent; needoo
iLil looked for in vain, the Uterine Klixir.
The UtcrlLo KlUir is warranted to euro all dis
es of a Uterine Nature; Iufluuimation of the
womb, the Kidneys, Ihe Ovaries, and the 0rethra.
I'rulapaus or t ailing of the Womb, rniufnl Henstrn
tlion.ChloroHia, Amenorrhea; intact, a perfect curs
n pMarraiitood by the use of from two to live bottles
A the Klilir, ot any dlseaso whatever of the (loner
atlrn and Urinary Orifans, of male or female, no
nattor of how longstanding. Price $1 per Buttle.
'dadame M,LI8 calls eartlcnlar attention to the
roilnwiuK Uard of one of the must prominent Drng-hIhI-h
"TO THB Pl'SLIOAMDTHI liADIKS IK PARTMirf.Aa.
re,niw Muuvrmgneo, aro noun the nauit of Kivuiff
.urnainoto Patent Sle(licii,e;butknoVinitVollthe
hniy Pliysician, and theraodlcine called the Uterine
l lixir. WO chimrfnllv rAi.jnun.l i. ... ull
Buffering front Female DiHcasos of any kind; it is
purely vegetable, and in no case can do injury; w
f ay to all try, and our word for it, yon will tod n
llf. V. 1). Ii ILL, Vrmt 1 1st,
tepTf "Oornerof KilihaudKace-stnets."
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH f IMTJ
IV.I LATIMQfJOOOH AND LIVKIl Bi L8AM
ciiriia, without fall, pains In the Breast, Back,
bide or Limbs: Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness Dim:
cully of BroailiiuK, Uuadaohe, Flatulency, Heart
burn, Chronic Bheumatisnt, Blllious Chollo, Crarnn
l.holls, Wrlping Pains of the Bowels, Dullness,
Mppcr, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and la Pain,
(ill Menstruation it is a certain . cure, and gives
iiuDMdiate relief. In any of tho above dlsoasns
it will Rlverollcf In twenty uiiuiitus, and a porniu
iioot euro by the use of two bottles. OnlyO'icenui
per bottleso cheap that every person can set It.
N. U.-For salo by V. D. illtL, Drngulst, corner
.if Saeoand Fifth-stueets! JT D. PARK, corner of
",!"7"i "w.j.oi, ntunnx ri 11 -.'4,.
corner Vine and Fourth; JOltN DICKSON, cornt.r
of John and olxthi PAUL KKINLKIN, corner ot
high Ui and Freeman. Also. JtllWAkh BCANLAN
"'", nainui; nuillB, ttUKnTKIfi 4 '.!
forngrof Main and Fourth; and Madame
, 141 West Blxth-stre.it.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior FJnid lnk.
Manufactory, Vine Ht. 14
Holiday Gifts, &c.
WE INVITE ATTENTION TO THE
large and hoautilul assortment of FANCY
GOODS, which wa have just received tor the Boll,
days . Bohomlau Bottlna, l'earl Jewel Caskets, Bo
hemian Caskets, I'oarl Card Casoa, Bohemian Boxes,
I'oiirl 1'orte-uionimles. Bohemian Puff Boxes, i'oarl
Inlaid Brushes, 4o. For sale at very low prices.
1., 0.., ALBKKT KOBS, Druggist,
aeli 8. W. eor. Kighth-st. and Western-row.
'Spalding's Prepared Glue.'
WJIIS EXCELLENT ARTICLE 13 FOR
sale by ALBRItT ROtfS, Druggist,
dolt S. W. cor. JCIghlh.it. and Westeru-iow.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
(S () Spiced Oyiteri,
JL INO DAILY, br the Adsras Czpresa,
a Cxaresa. HALT.
BY'B world -renowned Baltimore
Freih Can, See and Shell Oyiteri.
Fresh, Hermstioally.tsaled (JO VI, BPIOKD a
PICK LID OY8TIU8.
ROBERT ORB, Agent '
PMf Depot, II West riftb-strast
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST HFTH.HTU.EET.
f 1HE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RK02IV
.1. INO daily, per Express, hli snlendid Oystora.
Having completed arrangements In Baltimore, on
the mutt extensive scale, I will at all times during
the season lie prepared to furnish my friends, "and
tbe rest ot mankind," with Ihe most DULlClOUb'
B1VALVKS imported to the Queen City. Nunc Lot
tne very Dust import. (
at this Iinporting-liuiiHO.
the very bust imported. Great uiducenteDta offered
Urdor siolloltoU aud promptly 111 lod. Tonus caaU.
' RT K It fiIV AUNS.
Hole Importer and Proprietor.
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
Depot, 93 Hiycninorc-street, opposite the
Natlonnl Theater. , ,
R. C. BOCKIXG, Agent.
A L80 Dressed Fish aud Oame; fresh and sweet
Butter, Ac, delivered at all hours, free of charge.
J. FARROW & SON'S
IKLEBKATKD BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received daily by the Adsms Ex
press Company, iu whole aud half cans.
All Oysters sold warranted fresh and of
tbe very best quality, i. B. OWINUH,
agenr, ko. a 1 titu-streei. ott. mam
N. B. The trade snpplied on the most liberal
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAT & 00.,
Manufacturers and Doalers In1'
(BOTH HAND AND POWIB,) '
And nil kinds oi Printing Materlala, No.
173, 17a nna 177 west Mmonu-Htreet,
K1SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
f4 to our MKDAL JOBBEB. Withiu the last
eitrhteen months we have introduced them into four
teen dflfureut States of the Union, with the greatest
wtisfactlon to the parties purchasing. The power is
ipplied to the ceuter of tho plaleu ; consequently
thore is no possibility of its springing from any
amount of pressure, the motion Is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
the. form, taurine A PIBFKUT IMPltKSSION at
abiffh rate of speed.
rrioiers m want oi ine dacit juxtD&rt snontu
not nurchase elsewhere without sivins this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are W Alt RANTED to gire the most entire satis
MOSTKEIJABLE FIRE AND
- BDBOLAK PKOOFSAFBS.-Thfiv ruiveaiven
moro satisfaction than any other now In nse.
weonerarewaru oi UNK THtllMArslI WtJ.
IjAUM to any Derson that cari.un to the nreHent
tlme.showa slnglo Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this SAFE we challeuire all competition, as
oeinfl the bttBt Fire Proof. Rurtrlnr Prnnf. nr Irlrs
and Burglar Proof now made; aud are willing to
u'ttt wuu any esiauusnmeni in '.no union, ana tne
oartr faillnsf first, to forfait to thA nthnv. Ui.inm
we are prepared to Itjrnlih a better Hnfe, and at less
COt. than aur Other mnnnfanLiirMP In thA ITnltAd
Mconn-hand gares of other makers, also on hand.
WeresDectfullr invite the nnlillr to call and Kim.
Inc our stock before purchasing elsewhere. .
HALL, CABKULL A 00.,
augia-Ayt Nos. 16 and 17 Bast Columbia street.
Wt B. D0DD8,
ormerly olHoll.Dodds A Co.; late Drbau.Dodds A Co.
W. Jl. thuUU A. Co.,
ttrorAOTtjuxaa or nil ,
Fire ami Burglar Proof
, si Ji. ip -m s
ri. W. Comer uf Vine Second Streets.
This ti the most reliable TIRK AND nnnar.a
I' 1100 IT HAFK that Is made In the II nlted Htat. .
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We hava a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to tell at prioea that cannot fall to please.
Takea In exchange. BKOOND-HAHD BAMS al.
wws ob hand at extremely losr prices. n
CIIHISTHAS GOODSt-JOUN BATES
has on hand a choice vnrletv nf IiiviipIa. fnr tt,
approacbingfestlve season. Something for all I La
dies aud gentlemen, large folks and little folks; suoh
as new Balslns, rigs, Curran ts, Prnnes, Nnts, Citron,
fresh Peaches, Strawberries and Pine-applos, Jellies
and Preserves, Lobsters. Halmon and Hardlnea.
0y5'.' 5n"nj.0or BPloed nl Pickled, Isinglass
and Gelatine, fine Brandies, Madorla, Port, Sherry,
Catawba and Champagne Wines, Jamaica Rum,
Scotch and Irish Whlsky.io. Gentlemen will please
lot forget that thecboleert Havana Cigars are to be
aad at National Theater Building, Syoamore-stroet.
MAKES AND" REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
' LIMBS In a superior mannor. Satlsrontnr
references ilvea. Address Do. 1, Syoamore street.
US MO VALB. OSMOND, M. tD.,
Dentist, has removed to nCTIne-strset, near
ieesath. oeaoslte the Ohs OfBee. ne" hat
ILLIAH DISNEY, ATTNKT
AT LAW, Oban Buildings, No. .Best Third.
BY' STATE AUTHORITY.
' ; -.111,
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
rAnnu estahllahed in Cincinnati in 1 S J.1. an
tedating ell present local Insurance Companies and
Agenciea in the Insurance business In this city. 3,1
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perionce, 'nterpriaa and liberality, especially com
mend the JSTNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronage of this community standing solitary
and alone, ins sole survivor and living pioneer ol
Cincinnati underwriters of lN'JS.
I.eeeea paid In Clnnlnnntl durlnc past FIT
Years, 815(1,0,14 J.
tABHOLCTK AND LN1MFAIBBD. WITH A
SURPLUS OK $1,030,423 80.
And the prestige of 40 years success and ontwalenos.
Over $100,000 i Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OK l4,iMa.G0U, I.OHNBM
tfaveboen paid by the TKtn Insurance Company In
, tbe past 40 years.
r'ir. noiI Inlnnd Nnvlatitlon. Kixks accepted
it tonus cunsisteut with solvoucy and fair pnitlte.
Kspecialattuntiou Hi von to Insurance of DwelllngI
.vid Contents, for terms of 1 to : s.
Application made to any duly nthorized Agent
sromptly attended to. Ily strict attention toalogit
iiuitiH luaarance basiiHsis, this Company is enabled
ovtlor both indeiiitiily for the past aud aeourity fur
tho future. P licl.-tiiBBniHl without delay by
JAM II. OAtTKIt, Agent, No. 40 Main strait. ,
A. K. I'ATO . Anaistant Agbut.
II. K. I. INI) KT, Agent 17 1 Vlue street.
J.J. HOOKS, Agent. Vulton . 17th Ward, ens
WESTEBN INSURANCE COMPANI
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STOBT OP
No. 2 Frout-street, between Main and Sycamnro.
This Company is taking fire, Inlund ana Murine
disks at current rates of premium.
Lussos fairly adjusted and promptly paid,
fFKckort, V Ball, HWPomeroy,
Wlllium Glenn, W C Whltther, W O Hanu.
Kobert Mitchell, W II Comstock, LOU SI one, '
Kobt Buchauan, CGShaw, OeotHaJI,
W'm riellew. Both Kvans, J II Taafle,
DavidUlbson, H Brachman, JQlsham,
11 Ulearwator, Thus K Elliott.
F. KOKKKT, President.
Stspubw Mouse, Secretary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance,
(itizens' lusurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
- William Wood. Isaao O. Copolon,
James It. Ounnlugbam, Sydney 8. Clark,
Audrow Erkenbrecher, Joseph Koaklrt.
Ceo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George R. Slxon.
ISAAC C. CUI'KLKN, President
Geo. W. Vopeleh, Becretary.
A. M. BOSH, Surveyor.
Is prepared to issue Policies on Fire and Marine
llisks, ou favorable tonus. Office No. 3 West Third
street, Trust Co. Building. nosbfm
National Insurance Co.,
(Office South-west Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKEN AT CURRENT It AT KB,
John Burgoynn, C M Smith, Robert Moore,
Wm llepworth, Chas L Moore, M Fechheimer,
X. Wiedemer, TbosOug, 8 W Smith,
I Boss. Thos U Biggs, Henry Ellis.
H. C. UBNER, Hec'y. JNO. BUBGOVNK, Pres.
no8bfm P. A. Spbiqman, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Conipany
ESTABLISHED IK 1829.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
8UKKS against Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
I'erlls of the Bea and Inland Navigation.
Ino.W Hartwoll, Allen Collier, William Resor.
JnhnWKllls, JamesLnpton, Chas.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Frazer, J W Canlleld,
T Woodrow. BMW Tavlor. A S Wlnnlnw.
8 Williams, II McBirney, Bowman C Baker.
Juno rv. UAUiWLiLi,'resldent,
0. W. Williams, rJocrelary. no8
FIUIl AMI MARINE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
? W. QARBISON, Prssidoat.
H. W. BEKIIER, Secretary.
Dirrctobs Henry Kossler, Anthony Fay, Wm.
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel H. Taft, George W.
Townley. Smith Botts.
(iuavxvoBs J. B. Luwder and David Baker. de9ay
jeuisod ihim uonvllddg
4 lies "JuluoJlOet
"oo 2& HaiivH m 'Ax
saOl(T pusouJlua qlioj "ay 'Huuiea
'II 'lO'inioa J!!WI Juoji 'seuiqosnr jnmg sjaa
una jepun pan jeddn q)oq (rpios teeoJiaaisjjwT'
MOM BNOHXS MI dO. Md 'S3ZIS H V
'siiTBEpeo,! pu uioq
fliinioH pn Suipni.ir) aiqtjj.ioj
iHE OTJTCAIT ELASTIC ME
. TALLIO BCOFINQ" Is offered to the pnblio
is the best and cheapest Metal Roof now used, I la
uerits tesrod by an experience of years In this city
iiul vicinity. Applied to Hat or stoep, old or new
buildings. No solder usod fastened aecnrelv with.
out exposure to the action of the elomeuts.
rrepareu sneore, oorea ror eiupmont to any part of
tho United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Crners promptly tilled.
CALDWELL A CO,
lyld-tf ' 132 West Second street.
W Ij O "W EES
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which I am selling at a smsl
uli ance on New York prices, wholesale and rotaJ),
3. WEBB, Jr.,
n o4 154 Filth-street, bet. Kace and Kim.
O A NDY I O AN lit ST
"JXm "Nm OLAH1X,
(Bucoeasor to MysiiAQo,)
Mnurctnrert aud WholiBnle Ieiri
flNK AND PLAIN CANDIES,
i 1 '
40 MAI STREET, CINCINNATI
; ; ' mylT
C. VV. MACKELFRESH,
rillK, SHEET-IRON AND ZINC WARE,
M. Baking and He Idllts Powder Box ;, Tin Speak
lug Tube, Booflng, and Sealers in Steves, Mo. 3H
Flfrh-street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
a- All kinds 1 1 Job Work promptly attended to.
rp HE UNDERSIQNKD, HAVING REFIT
jb. TELi the SAiiUUN in tne Knquirer
iinnoing, are now prepare vt lurnun
their friends with the best Imported
Wines, Liunors end Cigars.
Baltimore Shell Cystert served In
every style. , .
dut-am BA8TW00D A 8AB0KWT.
OLIDAT G00D8.-We have Just re
. ceived a large suor.lv of new i'mits. saoh as
mks, rrunee, natural fescues, rinsappie, maw
hurries and Strawberries, assorted Jellies and Jams.
Preserved Fruits, in endless variety delicate Old
I'ort, Sherry, Dlailelia and Champagne Wines, form
ing the largest and most complete assortment of
" good things " ever offered in the city before. For
sulu, wholesale and retail, by '''. '"
A. MeDONALD A CO.,
do!2 M and Branch Store Hi West Fonrth-st.
W M. H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND COUNSXLLOB AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of the Superior and Common Pleas
Courts. Bank Building, north west corner of Main
nd Thlrd-streem, nos
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
rotfMTlBV. B. ALLISOM, SnperlnUndeut,
Ptlitwna4srllf loriil 11 luds. nlTlallillMtl
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
the Shortest Route between C'tnoiunntl
j , and Chlongo.
Three PassengerTralnslsaveCInolunatl dally, from
the foot of fdliland front streets.
i:3U A. M, Chicago Mail arrives at Indianapolis
tU:M P, M., Chicago at 10:3(1 1. M. This train
vjnuects with all night trains out of Chicago (or
the Went and North-west; conuecls at Judianap".
lis with trains for Terra Uauto: also with Pet 0
trains lor tesa, Logausport, Fort Wayne and To
ledo. l'Ji43 P. Itl. Terre Hants and Layfayette Ac
lommuoatlon arrives at Indianapolis at 6:16 P.M..
linking direct connections at Indiunupolis with La
myettotraius for Decatur, SprliigQuld, Naples, Qulu.
i'y, Haunlbal and St. Josopli,
7 P. 1I. Chicago Xxpress arrives at Indianapolis
it 12:13 A. M making ciese connections at Chicav
ailh all morning trams out of ULicago.
Sleeping cars are attached tc nil the night trains
a this into, and run turunda to Chicago wlthont
ohange of cars.
- This is exclusively a Western and North-w utern
route, and with faverable aud ruliablo arrangements
with all connecting roads thtoushont the entire
West, gnaranteos annsnul enre and the amplest ac
lummodations to the petrous ol thiB line.
The Company's .lyciluiivo Tukigruph Line la nsed
rIioii nrn'OHfury, to gM-iiru the movement of trains,
tod LoMghridne's itbraUid Patent Brakes, are et
inched to ail punseoger trains, liy which they canee
iwrlectly controlled; beiddus nil tneotber modern lui
iKdvetuetits necesury for the couitort aud safety ol
isniigora, tho managers of this read have liberally
moking-cani oi this Hue.
sMT Be sure you lib hi tho right ticket offloe before
iu purchase your ticlits, and ask for tickets via
(.swrouceburg and Indianapolis.
Care the sams as b; any oilier route. Baggage
l'UHOUUH TICKETS, good entll need, can be ob.
talnud atthe tick et onlues, at Spencer House Corner
'i.irthrwestcornsr Brondsray and Front; No. 1 Bnr
t.it House Cornert at tbe Walaut-street House, and
a Depot ofiloe, loot of Mill, on Front street, where
i I necessary in to rtu&tluo may be bad.
Omnibuses rns. to and from each train, and w
-nlllui passenger st all riotelj and all parts ot tl.e
Uy. b leaving address at eil b ir offloe.
, W, H. L. NOBLE,
' Qsaeral Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
teJIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
Hlxtb-xtreet Do pot.
Trains ruu through to Cleveland Sandusky, To
il' lo and luillauapolu without change of oars.
Through Tickots for all Eastern, Western, North.
an and North-western cities.
B A. M. EXPRKHSi TRAIN For Hamilton,
liichiuoiul. Indianapolis, Latayette, Chicago, and all
Aestern Cities. Connects atBlobmond with C. and
u. Boad for Logansport; also connects at liamiltou
lur Oxtord, Ao.
Tt.iO A M. TRAIN For Dayfon, SpringBeld,
Handusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
;1obb connections with all trains leaving Chicago tbe
dime evening. Also connects at Ubbana roa Co.
1.UMBU8; at Bellefontaiue with D. aud I. B. K., ast
ud W ost: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
-hicaso Kallroad East and West: at Clyde with
Jlevmand and Toledo Bnilroad trains for Cleveland
md Detroit; at Daytou for Greeuvill, l'nion, Win
jliestor and Muncio,
.10 1 A. M. EXPRESS TKAIN-For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, BuOnlo, Boston, New
t urb, and all Eastern cities. Alsocoiinects at Creat
ine lor Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
, ;ii40 P. IH. TRAIN-For Hamilton, Bichmonl
'udiauapolis, Terre Haute and Saint Louis: i
ui cls at Uamllton for Cxford, 4o. , . .
,A'i,U P, M- ,TRAlNrJF(,rtoni Springfield,
ilollefontaine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit. Chicago, and
illpoints In Canada. Oonnectsat Bellefontaine with
IJ. and I. B. B Enstand West.
lliiO P. M. EXPRKsS TRAIN-For Cleve
I nnd via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
Sow York, and all Eastern cities. Also, conuecls at
'Iresthne for Pittsburgh, PliilaUHphia, Baltimore,
m A all Eastern cities.
WThe night ExpresB Train leaving Cincinnati At
U:) P. ML, leavesdaily ExciPr BATuanays. All other
tmlus leave dally ixorrr SueDiTs;
If or further Information and Tlokete, apply at the
I icket offices north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson House: at
he new Ticket Office, on the west side of Vine-street,
etweenPoatohlceand Hornet House; at the Walnut
itreet House, or at the Sixth -street Depot.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Impress Trtiiis.
g,1IRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 10
S- A. M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
In Columbus, Steubenvllls aud Pittsburg; via
Solumbus, Chostline and Pittsburg; via Colitm-
ouj and Bellair (Wheeling). Also, for Springfield.
riiis train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
ftECOND THAIN-Colurobns Accommodation
u ti4l . Jfl. This train stops at all stations be.
t u oen Cincinnati aud Columbus, and Cincinnati and
TIAkI) TRAIN Night Express at 11,;0 P.
.M., connects via Colambus and Bellairi Whecliug);
in Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
tin Steiibenvllle and Pittsburg: via Columbus and
This Train stops at Lovslsnd, Morrow, Xenla
and London. BLEKPIMOCABHON THIS TBAIN.
"TlieDay Eipress runs through to Cleveland,
Cheering and Pittsburg, via SteUbenvillo, without
Tho NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
t 1 1:30 P. M., runs dally, except SATtjBDAf 8.
I'he other Trains run dally, except SVN DAYS,
for all Information, and Throtish Tickets to Bos.
win, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing.
I?, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Duuklrk, Cleveland,
I'ittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apidy at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 4 Bur
net House, south-osst corner ol Broadway and Front
itr iets, and at tho Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, whioh Is seven uiln
aU s faster than Cincinnati time,
lt ,. , J. BDBAND. Hupt.
Dmnlbnses eall.lorpasasngers by leaving directions,
at the Ticket Offices. nol4
-- ' i '
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBODOU WITHOUT CHANGE Or CABS.
Two Daily Trains lor Vincenues. Cairo and St.
Louis, at 7:ai A. M., and 7:301'. M.
Threo Daily Trulus for Louisville, at 7:30 A.M.
2:00 P. 11., aud 7:30 P. M.I . ,
One Train for Evansville at 7:30 P, M, ,
Tbe Trains connect at St. Louis for all points In
Kausasand Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, VlckBburg.
Mntchest and New Orleans.
Cue Through Train on Sunday it 7:30 P. M.
KsTimniHO Fsst Line Leaves Wast Bt. Louis,
Snudara excepted, at 6:0) A. 11., arriving at Clucln.
nati at 1U:1S P. H. i
Kxparse T bain Leaves East Bt. Louis dally at i:CO
P. HI., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:25 A.M.
FlH THBOUGH TIOKBTS
Toall ppinte West aid South, please apply at tbe
oliicoa, Walnut-sirse I House, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets; No. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
north-west cornor of Front and Broadway, Spencer
House Olli oe, aud at the Depot, corner If ront and Mill,
streets. W. H. OLEMENT.uVl.Buperintendent.
Omnibuses call for passengers. oo
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
TEUKa flAflTB, '
. .. BI. LOUIS ,-.,... ,
, , . -;! .:; ux ri.WOBT, f!. .
I i' l . i I I - .i ! ;.. ,. rhnt B1 torn?
TWO DAILT THB0D9H 7' Bal8av8lxth street
. lispnt, at A.M. and :W P. M nn
A. M. -INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOUIS A OHICA.
00 FAST KXPUBB8.-hrnnMglrettl m'k Ingcloa.
points. Thhj Train alsoconneotsat ffiobmon? wltk
(Jinolnnatl and Chicago Boads, for Andeison, Koko.
tolrea?Il,'0rD " 0B W,1" VaUef
jfiffrJfii'Si1SiK1,Kr(iia,(m.iaKao a bt.
LO UI8 NIGHT KXPBESS.-The above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, LareyettoendChl.
cage, with Trains Ibr Terra Haute, Springhold, Bock
Jslaad, ftalesburg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville.
Daiivtllo. Burlington. Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples!
Galena, Qnlnoy, Pyalrls dn Ohlsn, Pans. Peoria
Dun.'olth, Baoine, Decatur, Bloonilngton, Jollot, La
Salle , St. Paul, and all towns and cities In Ins North
Through TloktU riven and Bacgage ohecked
thronah. i '
; Torfuithsrlnformstiou and Through Tloketi.a.
fly to Ticket Offlces, north-oant corner ol Fiont and
Broadway; No. 1M Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east cornor of Fourth and Tine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot. '
n ik HjMOBBOW.SnpeKntendent.
Omnibuses will call for paastns jrs brUavIni their
D irnee at sllbsr or the Ticket 1 1
I W.B. oilTH.AHav
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