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THE PRESS
.JANUARY 10
WHAT CONSTITUTES THE GREATNESS
OF A STATE.
BY SIR WILLIAM JONES.
' .V, 1wht0'ltsaBtatr
Not high-raised battlmnta, or lahor'd snoand,
Thlok wall or moated eat;: I
Dot oii'iM proud, with spires and turrets orownM,
nor bays and broad-arm'd porta,
Whsrs, laughing at the atorm. rich navies ride;
Nor starr'd and spangled Court,
Wbsr low-hrow'd baseness waf ta perfume to pride.
. No I men, high-minded men,
With sowar aa far above dull brutes Indued,
la foraata, braka or den,
Al bauta excel cold rocks and bramblei rude;
Han. who their datiea know.
But know iMr rights, and knowlngdare maintain,
. , Prevent the long-aim'd blow,
And eraah the tyrant, while they rend I he chain,
Thar constitute a State.
An Amusing Game of Checkers.
V( Almost everybody ia aware of the
fallaoy of trusting to outward appearance.
Looks are deceitful, as all of us are apt to
find, sooner or later, by bitter experience.
The Boston Commercial Bulletin recol
lects an incident whioh illustrates the
folly of trusting to appearances, and
which, it says, will be remembered by
many who are well acquainted with one
of the parties, a certain wealthy cattle
broker of Framingham, Mans. Here is
the story:
It ohanoed that the broker who is
universally known by the cognomen of
Unole 'Vanus was sitting in the hotel
office in Framingham with a friend,
playing a game of oheokers, when a
faBnionably-dresBed young man stepped
up to the bar, called for a cigar, and,
having lighted it, said, with an air of
- i .1 i i . iixr i
axrugttuoe to wo uantueper, i ou win
have to trust me for this cigar, as I have
no ohange; unless," he added, somewhat
bombastioally, "some bf you here can
change a five hundred-dollar bill."
"Well." said uncle 'Venus, slowlv
looking up from his cheoker-board,
"perhaps I "an ohange a bill for the
yonng man if he wants to pay for bin
oigar," '
"You! "said the young man somowhat.
sneeringly, as he glanoed at the plainly
dressed old man, and then, with a wink
ta ttlfl rivarAnrlAra tn nail nrranrirvn fn thn
capital joke he was about to perpetrate, hr
uunuuueu: i ou cnange hi w eu, since
you are so kind, perhaps you will ehange
mo a eounle of them." Raid ha. alnnninir
i j , , j-r C
down two notes of five hundred eaoh upon
trie tame, with considerable emphasis.
"Don't joggle tho checker-board," said
Uncle 'Vanus slowly, as he replaced three
or four pieoes that had been jostled from
their squares by the young man's em
Tihatio aotion. than drawing a hnre Toll
from the pocket of his well-worn panta-
loons, as oareiuiiy counted out, m notes
of all sizes, colors and denominations, the
retired amount, handed them over to
the young man and pocketed the two
clean Boston bank notes of five hundred
dollars each, that lay before him, saying.
"Prehaps you would like two more of
t hem changed!"
Tho young man, with an air of bra
vado, thinking he had stumbled on some
drover who happened to have only $l,00ii
in his pocket, crammed the heap of bills
the old gentleman passed to him into one
pocket, and drew forth two other $500
notes from another, with a glance of tri
umh to the bystanders, who began to
gather around, snd hanging them down
upon the tablo said, "Prehaps I do; won't
you change them, old buster?"
"Don't joggle the oheokers," said the
old man, as the draughts danced again
upon their squares, and plunging his hand
iuto his other pantaloons pocket he fished
up another apparently promiscuous heap
of bank notes, which he smoothed out,
aodrappidlyoounted the required amount,
which about used up the supply, and then
pushed them over to the young man,
pocketing in return the two large notes.
The tide was evidently against the
young braggadocio, and he felt it in the
half-suppressed laughter that was elicited
from the lookers-on. A bold coup was
necessary to regain the ground he had
lost, ana he at once deoided upon it
"Perhaps, my old eock, you think that's
all the money I've got, and perhaps you
may have the rags about you for tb',se
two beauties," said he, as he flirted two
$1,000 notes out upon the table, before
the old man.
"Pretty well crowded, my bantam."
said the latter, as he keenly scrutinized
the notes. "Ef you keep on through life
as you 'pear to have begun it perhaps
you may have rags about you that yon
won't get rid of so easily." Then
plunging his hand into a capacious pocket,
somewhere under his loft arm, he drew
forth a huge, plethoric, calf-skin wallet,
in which he deposited the two $1,000
notes, and from which he handed the
amount in others of smaller denomina
tions, saying, as he did so, "Ef you would
like a few more' of thoso changed, just
hand 'em out, for the game is waiting."
The young gentleman evidently felt
that the game was waiting, and it began
to be apparent to him who was the game;
so he hastily gathered up the money and
prepared to leave, when he was stopped
by Uncle 'Vanus, who said, "Ef you have
got small bills enough, my friend, prehaps
you had better pay for that cigar. Any
broker in Boston will give you Boston
bills for the pile you've got in your pock
ets for a fair ftfammiflfli a iv anil Via aati.
- .UWV HUIi UV JJll .
tinued, with a grin, "you had better step f
into the city and take up the note you i
were sent to par instead of awanoinu
your money round here among oattle
drovers." The young man threw a dollar on the
counter, and vanished amid a shout of
laughter from those who had witnessed
the scene, while Uncle 'Vanus quietly
settled himself in his seat, and went on
with the interrupted game of "oheokers."
Going Throi'qh Thick and Thin.
Thomas Jefferso n was tall and very . thin.
don. Knox wa very short and very thick.
The two met me day at the door of
Washington's house in Philadelphia.
While they were there bowing in the
ntreet, each insisting that the other should
take the precedence, np comes a Mrl
Peters', a wit ot that day, who, casting it
sly glance from one to the other, pushed
boldly between toem, exolaiming, "Pardon
me gentleman, if in haste I dash throngh
Thick and Thin." - h
Inclination and Judgment. We are
nil prone to interpret facts and tokens in
accordance with oar own inclinations and
habits of thought It was not the voice
of the bells that first inspired young
Wbittington with hopes of attaining civic
honors; it was because he had conceived
such hopes already, that he was able so
fliatinftilw a haa ska, vAmIm I'T.imi Arrnin
Wliittinston, thrice Lord Mayor of
aJiPiuoaa - )
. s,r .nth ,Y.'X W ' e.r"'i '
AiTBuua Wabd on Wiith Nxsroism.
Oberlin is a grate plage. The Kollidge
opens with a prare and the New York
Tribune is read. A kollekshun is then
taken up to buy overkoats with red horn
buttons on them for the indigent kullured
people of Kanady. I hav to kontribit liber
ally to the glorious work, as they kawl it
hear. At the board in house thekullured
people sits at the fust table. What they
Ieeve is made into hash for the white peo
ple. As I don't like the idea of entin my
vittles with niggers, I set at the sekond
table, and the consekwence is I've de
vowered so much hash that my bards
are in a highly mixt up kundiahun.1 . Fish
bones hav made there appearanoe all
over my body and potater peelins air a
springin up all thru my hare. However, I
don't mind it I'm gittin along well in a pe
ounery pint of view. The Kollidge has
konfered upon me the honery title of K.
T., of whioh I am sufficiently prowd.
Unless I go to Oeeawgy County, I shall
be in Kleveland next week. FairweL
Where ere I Rome ' ile nere forgit thee.
1 warnt yon to git out my handbills in
ARTEMUS WARD, K. T.
A Beautiful Form. Take abundant
exeroise in the open air free, attractive,
joyous exeroise, such as young girls, when
not restrained by false ana artificial
proprieties, are wont to take. If you are
in the country, or can get there, ramble
over the hills and through the woodland?;
botanize, geologize, seek rare flowers and
plants, hunt bird's nests and chose butter
flies. Be a romp, even though you may
be no longer a little girl. If you are a
wife and a mother, so much the bettor.
Romp with your children. Attend to
Jrour bodily positions, in standing, sitting,
ying or walking, and employ suoh general
or speoial gymnastics as your case may
require. Live, while in doors, in well
ventilated rooms; take sufficient whole
some and nourishing food, at regular
hours; keep the mind active and cheer
ful in short, obey all the laws of health.
A Marriage Ckrtifioatb. An Irish
soldier ouoe waited upon his superior
officer with what he termed a very serious
complaint. "Another man," he said,
"upbraided me; he said I was not married
to my own wife, whom he acoused of
being no better than she should be, and
called her many names besides, whioh
I would be ashamed to mention to your
honor." "Well, my good fellow," said
the officer have you any legal proof that
you are married? "Your honor, I've the
best proof in the world."Here the soldier
took off his hat, exhibiting a oraoked
skull, saying. "Does your honor think I'd
be after taking the same abuse from
anybody but a wife?"
Anbodotb op Skldbn. When the
learned John Selden was a' member of
the assembly of divines at Westminster,
who were appointed to new model relig
ion, he delighted to puzzle them by curi
ous quibbles. Once they were gravely
engaged in determining the exact distance
from Jerusalem to Jericho;and one of them
to prove that it could not be ereat ob
served that fish were carried from ono
place to another. On whioh Soldcn ob
served "Perhaps it was salt tish," and
again threw the assembly into doubt
How to Obtain Uxorial Phaoh. A
biokerinir pair of Quakers wero lately
heard in nigh controversy, the repentant
exclaiming;
"1 am aeurmined to have one quiet
week with thee."
"But how wilt thee be able te get it?"
said the taunting spous, in "reiteration,"
which married ladies so provokingly in
dulge in.
"X will keep thee a week after thou art
dead," was the Quaker's rejoinder.
A Vbr7 Trie Truth. The pioneer of
our growth is imagination. Desire and
i. - i p r L- li 'u
uupe go on ueiore inro toe wilderness oi
the unknown: thev onen naths. thev mako
a olearing; they build and settle firmly
before we ourselves in will and power
arrive at this opening, but they never
await our coming. They are the fore
runners,," off again into the vast possi
R. W. Emerson.
A Domestic Lbonidas. There is a man
in Maine, the owner of a pretty pieoe of
crinoline, who shows decidod pluck. He
says that when the minister was hugging
and kissing his wife, he peeped through
the crack of the door and saw it all; and
as long as he has the spirit of a man
remaining, he will peep on suoh occasions.
BSSSIJapaj;
HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, cor
tier of Fifth and Western-row. Photographa,
Melainotypee and Aubrotyoea Uknn cheaper thnn
elsewhere In the city. Oil Colored Photographa
made of all ilKea, from life to the tmalleet miulature.
Picturee niatlj et in Lockets, Breaat-pin, Fiugpr
rlnge and Bracelets. All work warranted.
uol-ay A. 8. BLUQM. Art lit.
jwTADAMB ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOTJNJ'
11 M. at last itiat what the Ladies hare long necdeo
and looked for In rain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure nil die
eases of a Uterine Natnrc; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra.
Prolapsus or falling of the Womb, Painful Menatru
tion, Ohioroiis. Amenorrhea: iufact, a perfect otire
is gnarranteed by the use of Irom two to five bottles
of the Ellilr, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, uo
matter of how long standing. Price f 1 per Dottle.
Madame ELL18 calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati.
"To TBI Public andthe Ladiis in PiaTKHLAB.
We, the undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing woll the
xjuur musician, ana me mouicins cauea tne uterine
JCllxlr, we cheerfully recommend it to all lowalne
suffering from female Diseases of any kind; it in
purely vegetable, and in no case can do iujuri; w
say to all try, and onr word for it, yon will I nd re
lief. P.HIlib, Untilst,
aeaJT "Corner of Fifth and Baoe-strreU."
MADAMS ELLIS'S SPANISH EIMU
LATINO (JOUQH AND LIVER H I.HA1W
euros, without fail, pains In the Breast, Back,
Side or Limbs: Coughs, Colds, Hoanenest Diffi
culty of Breathing, Headache, Flatulency, Heart
bnra. Chronlo Bheunmtlnm, Billions Uhollc, Cramp
Cbulle, Griping Pains or the Bowels, DiillneM,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and lit Pain-
iui menstruation u is a coriam onre, anl glvtis
immediate relief. In any of the above dleeaiHw
It will give relief in twenty minutes, and a rermtv
por bottle so cheap that every person can fret it.
S. B.-For sale by F. D. HILL, Druggist, oom-
A( flak A A mnA Vltkaiuie T ft DAD 17 ' .
ueui iuru ur Hie use u I iwo uotties, Uuiy&'ICSnlJ
v. m www siuu riuu itjv vb. ar , is, 1 aim, WTU9T (H
Fourth and Walnut; BUIItE, ECKSTKf.N A Co..
corn Vine and Fourth; JOHN DICKSON, corner
of Jahn and Sixth; PAUL RKINI.LIN, corner ot
KighU snd Freeman. Also, SDWABD BOA N LAM
5.r9 comer of Main and Fourth: and Madame
ELLIg, 144 West Sixth-street. sep27-ar
PATENT MACHINK-MADE PAPER
BA08, for Grocers, Druggists. Tea Dealers and
rtjra, made from extra Quality of Wrapping, Ma
Hill anil Whit Tea Paper.
'3S15 2- i ad Manilla;
300,000 Ho. 1 . - . -
3no,OW No. S .
200,000 No. 4 - i
110,000 No. S . " . ,
ism.ooo No. 8
mo.oooNo.io .
J0,000No. 12
,O00 No. 1
' 300,000 Na. 18
aoo,ouo No. w
No. 3i
y,M Uo. i Whit Bags;
300,000 No. I " " '
auo.ooo No. ',.
Tie above are pnt up In paokagM of MM bags sarb.
UABZ' h0m7ixtr "''
lUXON A OHATFIILD,
.j 61 Mannfaottirsra,
II
BUSINESS CARDS
Door Locks,
r. r. car and switch locks,
Door and Gat8pring;1
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
SILVER-PLATED DOOR-PLATES,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public are respectfully Invited to call and ex
amine the various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to . . , , ;
GxtOKQE IHeQ&EGOB,
noJcm No. US Fifth-street, 2d door from Baca.
3
A. B. COLVILLE,
snnle Olaaoflintnrvr,
3
No. 41 Bast Second-street, between Sycamore and
Broadway, uincinnau, s.eepe every pesenpuoa of
Oaantar, Platform, Cattle, Railroad Dcpet.
and Trnok Sealesl Truri-v,
- .. Iron Wafssj, cv,
Bepairng done on the shortest notloe. nol-4a '
B. KITTREDQE & CO
1134 MAIN 8TBBKT, CIMOl NAT1, 0.
KITRCDQE II FOLSOM,
55 Bt, Charles atreet, Maw Orleans, La
Importora of duaa eV Hpcrtlng Apparatns,
AID DSALIBS IN 6D POWDIt.
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
MANUJACTURKH8 OF BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Ballroat spikes
Kto. Also, Aients for the sale of 1 ronton Bum Mails
Ware rooms No. 19 Bast Second Street, Cimlnnat I
Ohio. ,
, -ar All kin Is Iron made to order. ' lot
LUEiVUCllT KVL,
(1 LEANER OP SINKS AND VA1ITS,
J No. 99 SUth-street, botween Vine and Mace, in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
tuny tavorhlm with their patrouage,canrely? pnnc.
tuallty and low prices. spf-ay
Money! Jloney! iVIoucy!
loan"ofpice.
. Removed from 5 West HUlw-ntroaa.
f ONEY LOAN eFoN WATCHES, JEW
A'JlKLUy and all klrrds orMerchandlsv. at low
Pl.tMM .if llltkAUl. A, N., 179 VlMLrfM.,
Fourth pud Fifth, m
PUILADELPIIU
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 81), FIFTH-8TRK1CT, BOOTH BIDE,
(Near the corner of Tine,) ,
C. JU VICKEUH, Proprietor.
Ovsters and Game served In all etvles. Mtu.1. n.r aii
bours nolcrn
II. P. LIAS'
! New, Wholesale
WATtll & JEWELRY ITOUSB
, 16 West Pourtb Street
Where oan be had every article appertaining to th
Business at a much leas prloa, for CASH, tbsa
has ever before been offered In this market. .
QIVE US A CALL
And see for yourselves. sail
WM. WHITAKEa,
JEWELER,
No. MX N. K. Oor, Fifth and: Lodge streots, between
Walnut and Vine, Olnoinnatl.
AgnodassortmentofSILVEBandPLATlIDWABa.
SPKUTACLS, eto., kopt constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Bepalrlni
Watches and Jewelry. mylo
BEGGS it SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ARK NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment nf Watches, Jewelry,
eilrerware and Diamonds.
-iifO
A One assortment of Plated Tea Sots and Cutlery
aud Opera Glasses. - 8M
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DR. SAlfl'ls MLSHLE
Cfv SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
i THK SKIN, BHKUMATI8M, DI8KABK8 OF
WOMKN, and such Chronlo complaints as may be
benefitted by the Hygyanio and Atmopathio system
of his office. ,
Tapor, Bulphnr, Iodine, Arsenlo, Heronry, Tor.
klsh, Biusian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Dli
pensary of Medtolie, and every manner of Kleotrlc
and Magnetic Apparatus.
SO. 57 WKST BEVKNTH-8TRKBT.
aMrOffloe hsurs t A. M. to aalQ.tft
R. 8. NEWTON, M. D.
Offios, 80 West Seventh Streot,
ISTWUR tgl AXD AACI.
106
O. Ei. NEWTON, M. D.
Ornoa-JNe. 90 West Seventh street, between Tint
and Baca. Bcsitienob-Mo. M Seventh street, lie
woen Walnut and Vine, Orrifli Hocas 7J4 to to
A. M ltoilJ P. M.; 7 toB P.M.
WM. M. HUNTER.
DENTIST,
5iJ 'i'.ltf Vlne-aireef.
J. TAFT,
(Successor to tnowlton a Tart.)
DENTIST,
No. 36 West Vourth Hu, bet. Wiilnnt Via
mtu CINCINNATI, OHIO.
$30. $30. $o. :to
Thirty-Dollar Donble Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SETOGMiliniNBS
HBOOBKD BT KBOENT LKTTKUB PATKHT.
r1HIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
tiODNOKD by all eamwetent Judaea, wbs
u.c irau I., w u. m, ua., iiu iiiuat uesiraDie sam
v Sowing Machine ever introduced, regardless
of price. It will sew all kluilg of family goods,
from the very thickest to the very fluent fabrics made
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
No oil Is ased oo top of the Machine,
onudfora olrcular, or call and see it in oporatlon.
Opon early application, state and County BlghUmay
bo B6CHT6Q.
An energetic person can makes fortune In a short
time. Agents wanted in all unsold territory.
Be le audexcluslve agent for the United States.
aepwrat 9H Wewt Foorth-street. Cincinnati.
Gifts! Gm Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT ?0, 28 ..WEST FOUBTH-STREBT,
next to Smith Nixon's Hll tiinninn.,i'
lho. A splendid Qift, worth from M cents to loo.
j i," . " IXr"; '"rwnicn we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
uiim cuuHiB. vi uin ena oiver Wntcbes. Ladles1
Bpliil Gold Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, nne Gold
Bracelets, Gouts' Goirl Vost-chains, and a large va.
liaoteaand gentlemen art respectfully Invited te
eall and examine our stock. .
A. A. KELjLEY,
Publisher and Gift Bookseller,
non-It So. 28 West Fourth -street.
0.
4p
Save the Pieces 1
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUBB 0B
mending Furniture. Toys, Crockery, Class.
WW Mi
Whoiesala Depot, No. M Matt-street, NewToik.
Address 0. BPALDlHb TOO I. ,
. 1 . . ..Bnt No.j,600,New York.
Pat up for Dealers In Cases containing fony.slsht.
and twelve doaeo-a bjaatlful LlthograpH Ihow.
Card acoctnpanylag each packag,. T
;
,
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O. S. M AHiTB Y
piuiia n
PRE8H CAN
YSTEtRS
COVE
OYSTERS,
opioea uyiteri. 9si4
PICKLED 0V8TBKS
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOEIV-
INO DAILT, by the Adams fxprese, MALT
BF8 world-renowned Baltimore . , ,.,.., t
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysteri.
AlafO
PILkr?oT8,w,,,, T1' 8"0I,I,
' ROBEET 0KB, Agent
T-tf " 1 Depot, II Weet Fifth-street
' FRESH
OYSTERS
OAVAGNA'S
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WKST FIKTH-8TKKKT. '
rglHB SUBSCRIBER 18 NOW REOEIV
INO daily, per Kxpress, his splendid Oysters.
Having completed arrangements In Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all times during
the season be prepared to furnish my friends, "and
therest of mankind," with the most DKL10IOU8
BIVALVES imported to the Queen City. None but
the very best Imported. Great inducements offered
at this Importing-houM.
Order siollciteu sml promptly Ailed. Terms cash
PJiTKIt CAVAUNA.
sepliit Bole Inim;rterand Proprietor.
THUS. SMITH'S
BALTIMORE
(SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
I OYSTERS,
Depot, Hi rjyeamore-atreet, oppoalte the
i ... National Theater.
R. C. BOOKING, Agent.'.
ALSO Dressed Fish and Uume; fresa and aweet
Bntter, Ac, delivered at all hours, free of charge.
idHtf
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORK OTSTERd,
received daily by tbe Adams Kx-jN f
press Company, in whole and half cans. vy'TM I e J
All Oysters sold warranted fresh and ot SStfii jr
the very best quality. J. B. OWINGS, Xiid'
eu., xiv, piii-u-nHoui., ur. janiu-
and Walnut-streets.
' N. B. The trade snpplied on the most liberal
firms. ocWcin
Say's Medal Jobber.
W.T.&S. D.DAY& G0.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
PRINTING PRESSES
(BOTH HAND AND POWEB,)
And nil kinds of Printing material', Noa.
173, 173 and 177 West Meeond-street,
. CINCINNATI, OHIO. '
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MEDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen mouths we have introduced tbem into four-
lun Q,.,u k. T T J . 1.1- ... .
nmu uiu.l'lll. l II1C UU1UU. mill ,11V SlUKWDl
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power is
npiiueu w tue center oi me piaten 1 conseQUentiy
there is no possibility of its springing from any
amount ef pressure. The motion is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
the form, insuring A FKKFKOT IMPBKStUON at
a mgn rate ot speea.
Printers in want of the BEST JOBBEB should
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, aud
are WAB BANTED to give the moat entire satis
faction:. noS
HALL'S PATENT.
THE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
BCBGLAB PBOOF SAFES. They have given
more satisfaction than any other now in use.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOl..
I.AK.S to any person that can, up to the presont
ttroe.ahowa 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 .in tbe Union, and the
of $2,(100.
F? in iSi 8 ""'i " roneii to toe otner, tne sum
Wo
o are vreoared to fhrnfnh hAi. nr. nA iM.
States'""' SU7 tbn IuailafMtr' in te United
Second -hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Woreipectfullyinvitethepubllcto call andexau-
Ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
. BALL, CAKBOLL A 00., '
angUyf Hog, n ud i7 Columbia street.
Wt B. DODD8,
rormerl of Hall.Dodds A Co.; la U TJrban.Dodds Oo.
W. II. Dodds Sc Co.,
1 sujnrr imtrawii op, tin ;
oouoiiiaTaii
Fir and Burglar Prool
J3l.JP TJX Q!
B. W. Comer of Vine A Socoud Street.
.?)!!"Jl1hem'rt wllaMo FIRE AND BTJBOLA
PBOOF HAF8 that Is made to the 0 olted States and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. Oan be sold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere. . i . . .
law assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fall to please, ,
Witt Sale
avi Otl hanrt m . "MMV11,7I
w nssnsc sn km a . . - - .
HRI8TM AS GOODS! JOHN BAXK3
cuuice variety 01 luxuries ror the
approachingfestiveseason. Something for alll La
dies snd gentlemen, large folks and little folks; such
as new Balslus, Figs, Currants, Prunee,Nuts, Ollron,
fresh Peaches, Strawberries and Pine-apples, Jellies
rw.rT"iMV,Ib,,J,,r,'.B1m a Sardines,
0Ti !,n,hPnx Spiced and Pickled, Isinglass
yndMatlne, Fine Brandies. Maderia, Po'rt, BhJrry;
2if.Tb J9i SfePfMrin"t Jamaica Bum,
SooWh and Irish Whliky, Ao. Oenllemen will please
lot forgetthet the choicest Havana Cigars are to be
nad at Rational Theater Building, Sycamore-street
" " ' fdelel
i . - j 1. 1
MAKES AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
L1MBB la a superior manner. Batlsmotory
rSSi'?- WreM 1. Byoamore-stroet,
REMOVAL . E. OSMOND, M; ST.
Dentist, has removed to r72vn-.t.ut
eeath.oeiMlwitlwOMOma. . n "m
w
strerW
IIjUAN UIMNBY, ATTORNEY
BY STATE AUTHORITY'.
! ri--amaaaaj'f
Incorporated 1819. CharterPerpetual
'AiiencT ariabllahedlnUlnelnaati in 1 S'J.l. an
tedating all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance business In this city. 33
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
porience.cuterjprise and lihorallty, especially com.(
mend the XSTSK Insurance Company to the favora
ble patrouage of this oommuniay sUndlngsolitan
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer, of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1843.
Lesewe paid la Ciurlnontl dnrlngr past Five
Years, JlStt,0U4 U7.
aashCapitall,000,000.
lABHOLUTE AMD DNIMPAIBBD. WITH A
SURPLUS OP $1,030,423 80.
And tbe prestige of 40 years success and espeajenoe.
MVISTsIIITg or
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS Of , I 'J, 000,000, 1.OHSHH
Have been paid by the Jitna lnsurauoe Uompany In
the past 40 years. '
fire and Inlnnd Nnvlaatloit. Bisks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits,
bipedal sttention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for tonus of 1 to 5 a.
Application made to any duly .othorlted Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate insurance baainess, this Company is enabled
to otter both indemnity for the past aud security for
the future. P ItcUsissuedwithoutdelrty by
JAM. II. OA iTICB, Agent, No. 40 Main street.
: A. F.l'ATO Asslstunt Agent. . ;
; H. K: MND KY, Aisetit 171 T,u street.
: J.J. HOOKA , Agent, r'nltun. 17th Ward. U
WESTBiBN INSMUNCE COMPANI
OP CINCINNATI.
OFFICE IN TIIE SECOND STORY OF
No. i Front-strwt, between MainandbycHinore.
This Company is taking Fire, Inland aud Marine
Sinks at current rates of premium.
Lossoe fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
D1KKCTOHS:
T F Eckert, F Ball. S W Fomeroy,
William Olunn, W 0 Wbltcher, W 0 Maun.
Robert Mitchell, W U Comstock, LOI Stono,
Kobt Buchanan, GOShaw, Goo Stall. , i
Wm 8ellew, Seth Evans, J 11 Taano,
David Gibson, H Brachmau, JQIsham,
U Clearwater, Thos B Ulliott.
T. F. KCKEBT, President.
, Stephen Mobbk, Secretary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OIIIO.
DIRKOTORS:
William Wood. Isaac 0. Oopelen,
James F. Cunningham, Sydney H. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joseph Beakirt,
Ueo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
i George B. Dixon.
ISAAC (). COPKt.EN. Pr.lrfnf.
Geo. W. Oopklen, Secretary.
A. M. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to issue Policies on Fire and Marine
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office No. 3 West Third
street, Trust Co. Building. - nosbfm
National Insurance. Co.,
Olnoinnatl, Ohio. :
: (Office Sonth-west Oor. Slain and Front-atreeti.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
Fire Bisks
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATK8.
, t DIBB0T0B8:
John Burgoyne, I 111 Smith, Robert Moore,
Wm Hepworth, Chai L Moore, M Fechheimer,
V X Wiedemer, Thoa Ong, . 8 W (Smith, ;
J L Boss. Thos B Biggs,' Henry Ellis.
U. C. UBNKB, Sso'y. JNO. BTJBOOYNK, l-res.
""8bfm P. A.SrnioaaH, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
, ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
CAPITAL $150,000.
o
FtflCB.NO. 4 FRONT-STBEET. IN'
8DBKS against Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation,
' DIBKOTOBS:
Jno.W Bartwell, Allen Collier, William Besor.
JohnWKIlis, James Lupton, Chas.W Bowland,
John W Dudley, James A Fraier, J W Can field. .
H TJ.W0"' S i! W, Taylor,' A S Wlnslow,
8 Williams, H JUcBlrney, Bowman C Baker.
n o, J0H2 W- HAB'TWJfiLL. President"
Q. W. Wilmamb, Secretary. nol
FIRE AND MARINE. . . .
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI.
S. W. BEEDEB, ARW80H'
DiBKOTOM-Henry Kessler, Anthony Fay. Wm.
Wood. J. W. Garrison, Samuel a.. Taft, George W,
Townley. Smith Betts.
BuavaToag-J. B. Lawder and David Baker, dettay
mj.;-,do " vedrue
a;sod mi uoneojidda no tun antintuio jr
:ioojjgjqmnOfj pus u-ai9jsi. '0 'B 'U
"OO ay HUIffVH 'M. 'M
'neiioa pns nouiXnaotqBiJo,! ( 'Knijion
qtoioSnniog -SJxod JlioMseuinoem ,nreo "J9U
-una jepuu pas aeddn qoq (rpuos tJaoPsemiuji-wrr
now bkohis ni aa ifld 'sazis n V
sinHPoeaputfujoQ ,
Sunwa. pu anipnjjo aiqsvtoj "
WIISON, GAKLICK A CO., I '
Forwarding and Commission
. . MEItCII AJTS -
f BALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
Zf tow, i-ork, Lard, Whisky, Flour, Grain, Ac.
Office north-west corner Sixth and Main-streets,
The nnderaigned having formed a copartnership
In the General Produce aud Commission Business.
. . j i. , " ':DUU' wiwua or. w,, respect
fully tender their services and solicit the patronage of
their friends and the public Particular attention
paid to buying and soiling Hogs, Whisky, Flour,
Grain, Ac. Their charges will be as moderate as
v J- i i""i pir. jKierto tne mer
chnnts or fiinrlnnAtl .Anurall.
A. WILSON. Jn..
U. T, GAKLICK,
L.T. BABB.
vo'Xbm
UOOF1NO !
OFIV !
THE OUTCAST ELASTIC ME.
TALHO BOOFING" Is offered to the public
,7 . T . i " . awi uow usea, its
merits tested by an experience of years in this elty
stuff. BVifiinartr A net 1 1 ad n sae, . m
building!. Mo solder used-fastened securely vith.
oat exposure to the aotion of the elements.
Dinta(l skanis Iia.,J f...LI. . i . .
ii iri.ii Sv . ' v ""ipment to any part 01
ordinary mechanioal skill. Orilers promptly filled.
lfl-tf , 13a West Second street.
KHIIIOiVs
FLOWEES
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of averv deserintion. which Tarn Mllln at m'mmM
advance on Mew Tork prloes, wholesale and rstalt.
T. WEBB, Jr.,
ins IVt Flfth-strect;'ht. Bare and Kim.
O AND Y 1 OAND5
(Bieeigioi to Im Ooj, .
Maaaraeturera and WIiolwle Dealwrt
i -. , c. 1 una
flUK ASD PLAIN CANDIES,
i ,
tO MAIM 8TRBST, CIXCIHKATI.
mm
C. W. M ACKELFREQH,
1 IUKalUtUrlaf Afl
flHIN, BHEBT-IR0N AND ziNO
M. Baking and gelrilltr TnmAm Rax . Tin Sneak.
Ing Tube, Koonog, and Dealef la Steves, Mo. W4
Ing Tube, Booting, and Deal
Flfthjitreet, Cincinnati, Ohio.
All kinds e( Job Work
promptly attended to,
(deTaml
WM. H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW aud Master
Commissioner of the Superior and Common Pleas
Courts. Baak Building, north west eoiaerof Mala
nit Third-streets, ,-: oe"
TTP AND 8TBRI0TTP1
ABLUOH, eoartptsneeaW.
PtwJl
I
Mat. lNTlkMe1
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
LINE.
INDLANAP0LI8 AND CINCINNATI,
LAFATETTI AH OHIOAQO SHOBT-LlSB
LINE. RAILROADS.
,. ..j-..t. ,.. ", t
Tha Shortest Rente between Clnotnnjitt
i u il nd CklMM, "'. " ' " ' .
Three PaseengerTralns Ieeve Olnoinnatl daily, from
thefootof Mllland Front streets.
6i30 A. 3I.-CMcago Wail arrives at Indtanapolla
at 12:10 P. M., Chicago at 10:30 1'. M. This train
connects with all night trains out of Chicago tor
the West and North-west; oonnects at Indianapo
lis with trains for 1'erre Haute: also with Pet o
train for Perat Logansport, Fort Wayne and T-
ledo.
1-Ji45 P. RI.'-Terre Haute and Layfayotte As.
ooniasouatlon arriveaat Indianapolis at 6:15 P.M.,
making direct oonnectlons at Indianapolis with La
fayette trains for Decatur, Springfield, Maples, yulu
cy, Hannibal and St. Joseph.
7 P, HI. Chicago Express arrive at Indianapolis
at 12; 15 A. M., making close connections at Chicago
with el 1 morning trains out of Chicago.
Bleeping car are attached to all the night train
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
ohange of oar. u r
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
ton to, and with faverable and reliable arrangement
with all connectbig road throughout the entire
West, guarantees unnsual care and the amplest ao
oommodations to the patrons oi this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line I nsed
when neceiwary, to govern the movement of trains,
and Louxliridgo celebrated Patent Brake, aie el
tached to all paseeuger trains, by which they cans
perfectly coutrolleil; bwldes all toe other modern im
provements necesiMiry for tbe comfort aud safety oi .
eauengera, the managers of this road hav liberally
provided.
rimoking-car Pa this line. -
r ile sure yon tre in the right ticket oOoe before
too pnrchase your tlct tts, and ask for ticket via
Lawrenceburgand Indianapolis.
ITare the sams hs hi anv othar Mnte. Ruffu.
eAeekod thronxh. , ,
THUOUUII TIUAKTa, goo J until used, oan be ob
tained al the tick t oflioes, at Jlpenoer Uonse Corner
north-west cornir Broad ay lud Frout; Ko. 1 Bnr
uetlionne Corusr, at the Waljiut-streot House, and
al Depot offlco, foci of Mill, on Front street, whero
ullnocewarr information mif be bad.
Omnlbtuc re a u and fret each train, and v
call for passengers at all nol.U and all part ot tL
ir, w ua.viugiMiareasai,oiinromce. i. -
W, H. L. MOBLE,
noM Qsneral Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
SIxtb-street Depot.
Trains run through to Cleveland Sandusky, To.
lodo and Iniliuuapoiis without change of oars. '
Through Tickets fur all Eastern, Western, North,
rn and North-western cities.
. 0 A. Al. KXPKEHH TRAIN For Hamilton,
liichuiond, Indianapolis, Lalayette, Chicago, and all
Western Cuius. Connects at Bichmond with C. and
C. Boad for Logansport; also connect at Hamilton
forOxford, Ac.
TiUO A. Al. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train make
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at TJsbana roa Go
lvmbos; at Bellefontainewlth B. and I. R. B Bast
and West: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Bailroad East and West; at Clyde with
Cleveland and Toledo Bailroad trains fur Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton for Ureenville, Union, Win
chester and Mnncie.
10 A. M. EXPRESS THA IN For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston; New
York, and all Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest. '
line .for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Kastern cities. i
, 3i40 P. Al. TRAIN For Hamllton.Blobmond
Indianapolis, Torre Haute and Saint Louis;
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac. ..
8i30P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Bellefontaine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, ant
all points in Canada. Connectsat Bellefontaine with
I), and I. B. B., East and West.
, lliapP.M. EXPRKlTItAIN-ForCleve.
land via Delaware for. Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
ew Tork. and all Eastern citie. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities.
,,!The night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:90 P. M., leaveedaily ixoxrr Satuboays. All other
trains leave daily exoctt Subdays; . .
For further Information and Ticket, apply at th
Ticket office north-east corner Front and Broad,
way; No. IM Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
t henew Ticket Office, on the west side of Vine-street, .
betweenPotofflce and Bornet House: at th Walnut.
street House, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
noia D, MoLABEtf, Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trams Daily.
, Two Through Express Trains. '
FIRSI TRA"lN DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Bteubenvill and Pittsburg; vU
Colnmbns, Crestline and Pittsbnrg; via 'Colum
bus and Bellair (Wheelinp). Also, tor Springfield.
This train stop between Cincinnati and Colnmbni,
at all the principal stations. . . , . .
8KCONO TKAIN-Colnmbns Accommodation
at4i4U V. Al. This train stops at all stations be
tween Cinoionatl and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Springfield.
TlllRD TRAIN Night Express at 11t30 P.
m., connects via Colambus and Bellalr(Wbeeling);
via Columbus. Creatllne and Pittsburg: via Oolnm'
bus Steubenvllle and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Cleveland. , ...
Thi Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenl
andLondon. BLBKPINOOAB8 ON THIS TBA1N.
.."The Day Kxpress runs through to Cleveland,
Wheeling aud Pitubnrg, via Steubenvllle, without
ohange ot ears.
Thy NIOHT BXPBXSB Praia leaving Cincinnati '
at 11:30 P.M., runs daily,, axoept HATDRDAFS.
Tbe other Trains run dally, except SUN DATS.
For all Information, and Through Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton. Buflalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsbnrg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at (he Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 4 Unr
oot House, south-east corner of Broadway and Front
street, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Cplumbu time, which 1 (area min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
.. , J. D0BAND. Bnp't.
Omnibuses caaforpassengcrs by leaving dlreotloni
al the Ticket Offices. not
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOUGH wkTHOTJT CHANGE OF OAKS, i
J.AT.rt:u7fervro Md 8,1
One Train for Kvansvilie at P. M. -
The Trains connect at St. Louis for all points In
Kansa and Nebraska, Hannibal, ftulnoy and Keo.
at 8t. louls and Cairo for Memphis, Vickiborg,
Natches and New Orleans. . ,
One Throngh Train on Sunday at i-.it P. M. v ! 1 "
Ktl at'olfBM " M'"MrrlTlnt Oint'ni
Bxrawis TaiiN-Leaves East St. Louis dally at M
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:M A.M.
n. ,. , .F0,S THBOUQH TICKETS
Tin JP-'nt Wet md Sonth, pleaee apply at th
omces, wainut-atreel House, between Sixth and
Seyenth-streets, No. 1 Burnet Honse, corner offlco.
it. ",Vir,"mI'iiweni.ouperintndent.
.Omnlbnsoacall for passenger. ... , oc2t
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
KiaaAfijjiH.
ISSnp DAU1B, . ,
at. Lruum, '
LAlFATKTTPl
. OHICAaO,
r . PI
11.11 '
" arBicr .-hretigndlrect, mtkugoloe
ooaneotlons for another Wnternand Northettnrn
KJUS'-JfiTrS!? "O'BnectsatBlchmondvltS
no,naati and Chicago Scads, Ibr Andes ott.Xoko. n
g0I1jMrt, "711 point on WabSfffiu.
rl:rrrijTM;I?Pf4B,AI,OI'I8. OHIOABO A BT.
JiODI8 NIOHT IXPBE8S.-Th above iTain make
SlS? connections at Indlanapolla, Lafayette and 0h!
rff?0,7T,',I,, 'ST Springfield, Bock i
rand, (Jaleaburg. Kenosha, La Orosse, JKkwnvBle.
DanvluBrullngton,MUwankee.Mitoon,NalS w
galena.. Qnlncy, Pralrl. dn Chfen, Pant. PeJiiT .
wnnieitn, naclne, Decatur, Bloomlngton, Jollet. La
Wle,8t.Paal,and all towns andcltlei In lh. North v
through'.'"''11 Ttok' iT,, Md BW ohMkM
. For inrtherlnfbrmation and Through Tickets, a.
j . . .. D. M. MOBROW,: Super: Itendent
I Ws a IMIXJJi A(t, ,

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