A CORN CONCEIT.
We were popping core, . .
Sweet Kitty and I i ; ..
And it dund op high.
The ember mnkoki ; t.
In their fiery light; ,, '
And it nnt up brawn. '
And it cam down whit-.
White aad beautiful.
Crimped and curled,
The prettiest fairy dance iB the world t
The ember wore hot
In their Serf light, .
And it went op brown, 1 '
And it came down white:
Ah I nnr a time are the eabor hot,
And the Daman (plrit can brook It sot, '
Tet radiant, forth from the fiery light,
Cometh traaatbrm'd and enrob'a la white.
Thomas De Quincey.
Evening Bulletin obwrvei: ,, , '
Thomat Da Quinoey hai tone into that
"profound" so near whioh opium bad
brought him long ago. He looked over
tho brink for a long 'time . before,, ho
plunged, seventy-four ' full year had
kept him oompanv from the cradle until
his doath, at Edinburgh, on the 8th of
Ueoombor. .., Many , a long walk did he
tread between his two piles of etonos, and
stntngo phantoms kept olose by bis side
like shadows. To us he has made tho
hard pavement of Oxford-street, London,
pathetic and historic for in the marvol
lous story of his youthful life, as a Lon
don outcast, that Mediterranean of a
oity thoroughfare figures in the fore
ground. Then the inexpressible tender
ness of that episode about the forlorn
young woman who saved his life deeply
atleoted us. ot long ago we stood iook
ing at the helpless face of ayoUng ' woman
whom the pohoe had saved from suioide
by laudanum, and as the station house
gas-light fell upon her form and features,
enabling us to desoribe her in the
"locals, we felt in all its fulness the
pathoH of Thomas Hood and of Thomas
De Quinoey. Oh! strange power of genius,
that can soften and mellow, and glorify
one's imagination of such as even these
children of the All-Father!
On the twenty volumes of De Quinoey'e
writings, we value most highly the auto
biographic works; next the critical, and
lust the metaphysical portions Coleridge
could no write such prose as De Quinoey;
but excelled him as a poet and metaphysi
cian, and hence, Coleridge is infinitely
more original and subtle. Where De Quin
oey' 8 power tells is in crystalline clearness,
close analysis, and wondrously simple
truth of narrative. In the higher ranges
of the eloud-land, where Coleridge walked
and talked serene, De Quinoey hardly
attains to the hem of Coleridge's garment
De Quinoey's reputation was made for
him by Tisknor & Fields, his American
publishers. He had written magazine
articles to forgetful England for many
years, but never had courage to publish
an entire volume until it was accomplished
for him in this country. ' There is more
tasto for metaphysics, in proportion to
the number of readers in Amerioa than
there is in Great Britain. Doctrines,
fancies, reproductions of burned-out
theories of philosophy are eagerly seized
upon by multitudes of readers and,, in a
diluted form, sent forth again in the shape
of leotures, reviews and novels, suob as
"lleulah." It was natural, then, that we
should appreciate De Quinoey, even as
the English appreciate Irving, Presoott
and Motley. ,.,
Beauty of the Mediterranean.
None can gainsay the wondrous beauty
of the Mediterranean, nor though hues
equally lovely of their kind dye , th 1
billows of more ' northern latitudes, the
extreme richness and ohangeableness
of its gorgeous sun-borrowed oolors; yet 1
think any one accustomed to live by the
seaboard of the English Channel, and to
watch with enthusiastic admiration the
magnificent rollers of the Atlantio coming
in with a stirring breeze and rising tide,
must be impressed with the grandeur in
this comparatively tideless sea. Even
whon some of ita famed winds have
lashed the usually silver and lapis lazuli
surface into seething foam, there is to all
who love natural marine pictures of a
boldly varied oast, a strange sameness in
its appeoranoe and voioe as it breaks in
ceaseless crashes on the shingle ridge;
while the utter absence of that fresh briny
odor of the veritable ooean, so invigorat
ing on our costs, helps to give to the
Mediterranean ita lake-like charaoter.
Nevertheless, it is a noble inland sea
fraught with classic associations, though,
if one may so speak, impulsive, passion
ate treacherous, as in these degenerate
days of Greece and Italy are too many of
the inhabitants peopling its beautiful
shores, causing one to look back with a
fonder and more reverential emotion than
ever to the Channel soenery, so grand
in repose, so terrible in tempest aye, and
to thebracing olimate, too, the local in
fluence of which may be traced in the en
ergy, daring and hardy endurance of the
brave old Anglo-Saxon race, whether the
individual lot be cast on the sultry plains
of Hindostan or the iae-bound ranks ot
Hudson's bay. Not that the Nioois are
to be disparaged . or despised: wherever
hills, other than mere mounds, rear their
heads, you can mark in some measure the
mind-elevatine effeot on the men and wo
men who dwell among them. Nor Bhould L
one reflect upon Italy while living in the)'
only part of ner fair land that from the
liberal charaoter of its sovereign oan
Woman's Modern Modes. That fine
lody Euphelia, when describing in the
"Rambler" her preparations for a sum
mer tour, exclaims, "At length I had all
my clothes in a trunk, and saw the coach
at the door. "In a trunk!" How marvel
ously things hare changed! If Dr. John
son were writing now he would be eon
strained, out of respect . for ' the laws of
probability, to make Euphelia say some
thing like this: "At length I had a few of
the prettiest mi daintiest of my clothes
in ove Idouble-ehambered, seven-storied
arks, nine earpet-bagr, thirteen bonnet
boxes, two reticules, and one basket, and
heard the pars in the distanoe.n,,rv
. 'I . :-,'-','',
, , God a Bad Aithtioa. Tom Hood
mentions the ease of an old Jew, who had
lot a large sum of money, and charged
interest upon it at nine pes eent, instead
of six,'' which' was the legal rate. The
borrower remonstrated;1 and' at last asked
the usurer if he did not believe in a God,
and where he expeoted to go when he
.lied? "Ah," said the old Hebrew, with
a pleasant twinkle of the eye and a grin,
' I Uave thought of that, too but when
( !')d look down upon it from above, the 9
Y.-ill appear to Him like 1 6." .
A shoemaker wm taieo u'p" for big
amy. "Whioh wife," asked a bystander,
"will he be obliged to take?" Muggins,
always ready at a joke, replied, 'Wis a
oobbler, and of course must etiok to his
The Iplaoe of greatest safety is the
plaoe where,dity oalls you.
If in the pursuit of pleasure, all the
pains that are taken were suffered, there
would b a very beggarly residum of
He that gives good advioe, builds with
one handj he that gives good council and
examples, bnilds with both, . lut he that
gives good admonition and bad examples,
builds with' one hand and pulls down
with the other.
I i :
It is pleasing to obierve some good
qualitioj of age in a young man, some
traits ofj youthful oharaoterin an old man.
The lady who knit her brow has
commenoed a pair of socks. '
A boy was asked one day what made
him so dirty, and his reply was, "I am
made, so they tell me, of the dust of
the ground and 1 reckon it's just workin'
OUtff I . -
The most tender-hearted man we ever
heard of, was a shoemaker, who alwavs
shut his eyes and whistled when he run
his aw into a sole. . ir , .
To ascertain whether, your mistress
is jealous, laoe up another woman s shoe.
and let her catch you at it! If that don't
make her round shouldered nothing will.
Aaron Burr used to say, never do to
day what you oan put off until to-morrow,
as something might ooour to cause regret
for premature aotion.
A rascally old bachelor says a man
frequently admits that he is in the wrong,
but a woman never does she was only
The human race seems to have been
engaged for thousands of years in trying
to invent wings to fly with. They have a
desperate ambition to beoome an awkward
kind of poultry.
Sacrificing Lova to Fashion. At
Paris everybody is wearing furs, cloaks,
collars, cuffs and so on: one would think
himself in Russia, except that the Paris
ians wear the hair turned outside like
bears, instead of turned in like the
Russians. One day a lady observed that
her maid wore fur ouffa, or fur that she
had never seen before, but which at the
same time appeared familiar.
Mistress The tur ot what animal is
that, Julie? '
Maid Animal, madam, animal! ' and
eginmng to weep. ) I
istress Why, what's the matter?
Yes, what animal?
Maid (Weeping) Oh. madam, I swore
not to tell, but I must, rather than lot
madam believe that it is an animal.
Madam knows that mv lover was killed
atSolferino, and (sobbing) my brother
was with him and and he out off all
his hair and beard and brought them
baok to me.
Maid And so, madam, I saw that everv
body wore furs, and I thought of
Augustus's hair, and then I gave it to
madam's barber, and he made me this
little pair of fur ouffa '
Mistress What) The rarofaman!
Maid (Still sobbing) Why, yes, madam;
I am sure they wear gloves of dog skin,
and ooffs of monkey skins Brazil
monkies madam and so I didn't see
why I ould not wear my dear Augustus's
A' Jost Rbiidkh. "I'm very sorry,"
said a learned judge to a young woman,
who hesitated muoh in giving some vory
unpleasant evidence, "I am very sorry to
have to enforcesuch an explanation as this;
it must of course be painful to any decent
person, but the ends of justice require it;
and not only so, but all the well dressed
females you see on either side of me,
have come a long way to hear that whioh
pains you so to utter."
fcBJtiorsNBSB op Life. Said Douglas
Jerrold, in one of those graver moods,
when his words were well measured:
"I am oonvinoed the world will get tired
(at least I hope so,) of this eternal guffaw
about all things. After all, life has some
thing serious in it It cannot be all a
comic history of humanity."
A Juvkniib Aetist. Inoipient Artist
Ma, get down on yer hands and knees
a minute, please.
Mother.T-Why, what on earth shall 1
ao uiat tor, pet
Artist ''Cause 1
warnt to drawr a
HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE QALLKBT, oor
per of fifth andWetrn.row. Photograph,
Helainotrpt and Ambrotynea taken cheaper than
lewher in th olty. ,011 Colored Photograph
made of all fee, from Ufa to th mal leit mlnlatare.
Piotare neatly aet in Looketa, Brewt-pin, ringer
rlng aad Bracelet. AU work warranted.
. nqlt-ay A. B, BLOOM, Arttit.
MADAMS ELLIS. M. D., HAS PODNP
. i Jt lt luat what the tadle haT lssg needeo
and looked for in tain, the Oterine Iliair.
" f Otfjine, Mature; Inflammation of th
prolPa or railing of tho Womb. Painrnl Hengtra
tlon,Ohloroi, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect enr
" m i. ' ' uvui nil hi UTB DOM
of the Blixlr, of any dieaa whaterer of th Gener
atlre and Urinary Organ, of malt or female, no
natter of how long tending, Pric 1 per Bottle.
Mail ax mat iri.I.Iti jat la aaawtlinL a a l a
MaMw -umum IWHIUUIK MaMfllllQU U) KOO
RrllnvlriaT fimrA nt ama A ma. a- J a. -
glut of Ginciunftti. .
"TO TIM PUIUOAJ.DTnB IiADIBS IH PAITIOOLAB.-
Wa, th uuderai gued, are not In the habit of e ivinc
oni nrae to P-Unt Medicine; batknowinv well the
rr - -v., aa"vi-iuw vanou tun utenuv
BlUIr, w cheerfully recommead it to nil female
piirelr TergeUble, ind la do (mmw can do iajury; wt
Ual1i inrlntiawAaJ . la. i il .1 '
1 nuiu I,, yuu win i,nii rtr
"Corner of r'ifth and Raos-itn eai"
ADAMS ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMTJ-
I.iTIMfl V.T7ltT Alan T wwn n 1 r
lont fail, paiui In the BreMtT Batk.
muly of Breathing, Headache, Vlatnlencr, Heart
bura, Ohronio Bhenmatiam. Bllliooa Uhollc.Oram
OhclU, Oriplnft Pain of h, Bowela, JDullne,
FlJi,Vrnl ? l ta ' '' onre, and gin
U JTTr . .; i . ,u aoor oiaeaxa
will lire relief in twenty nlnutei, and a permi
T ... ' v .. . " uvn.itn, jmw ti cent
per bottle o cheap that ererr tenon can get It.
of Baotand Fifth-tntai J. p. PAB&C comer of
foartk and Walnut; 8CAi OT8TR(n fjo
corn? Vin and ronrthiJOHM DlOKoOM, corner
of Md and Sixth; PADLBBISLIIIN. crnerol
ighUand rrwman. Alo,, IDWABO BOANLAM
THK OUTOALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIO BOOFINO" i offered to the pnblk)
a the beat and cheap Metal Koof now nenri, it
merlw totted b an experteno of ycara In thltclty
and Ticlnity. Apvliod to Sat or Moep.old or new
building. No wider ned-fatened aecnrelr with
out ex poeore to the aotion of the element.
.JtHSi S? boi'0 "hlpmjnt to any part ot
the TXnl led State, can b applied by any on with
ordinary mechanical aklll. Orden promptly filled.
r. r. cab and switch locks,
Door and Gate-Springs, . ,
HOU3C BELL MATERIALS,'
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public are rtupeot f ill Irinrlted to call and ex
amine the rariou nattenu and srkea. All JobMnf
promptly attended to ,
' .Jr. , ' GBORGK MeGRKGOR. ,
no2ois ! No. 1SJ rifth-itreet, Jd door from Baca.
A. B. COLYILLE,
j Meale tHnaafaetartr,
No, il Cant Becond-rtreet, between Srcamora and
Broadway, 01 noinnatl, keep eterr description of ,
Cainter; Platform, Cattle, Railroad Depot,
and Traok Hoalee) TraetfOf
iron Wanai, M.
Bepatru don on the ihorteat notice. 1 nol-ook
B. EITTREDOE & CO
1131 MAIN 8TBIIT, OINOJ hATI, O,
KITREDQE tc FOLSOM,
SS 8t. Oharlot itrett. Mew Orleani, ba
Iraportori fGanscb gportlaa Apparata,
ikd DiiLiu ir sua rovvii.
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
ilVANUFAGTU&H8 OF BAR. SHEET
IV JL and Bailor Iron, Plow Slab, BailroM Spike
lite. Alto, amenta for the tale of I ronton HkMNaila
Wurflronmfl No. IB Ejut HmaiiiI Htrwt niMlnnat I
aXTAH kin U I to; mad to order.
0 LEANER OF SINKS AND VA ULTS,
no.sv Binn.inei, oetween vine ana auoe.tn
th Medical Oollege, Cincinnati. Ohio, t tifoM who
mar faror him with their patrona(a,on rely pnno
tnallty and low prlowi, " ' 1 ' pl-ar
money! JTloney! Jfloucy! ,
Remored from 98 Weat Hlxtk-atraet,
ONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW-
.ijm.muui ana au ainoa or mercnacaiae, u low
rate of intereat, at No. 171 VlDO-atrMt. between
ronrth and Fifth, Hi
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
MO. HH FIFTH-STBEET, SOUTH BISK,
(Near the comer of Vine,)
C. L. VICKERSi Proprietor.
Oyster and Game terred In all atylei. Ideal at all
" . noiojp
; II., P. EJL1AS
; : U"ew Wloleiale
16 West Fourtli Street
When can be had every article appertaining to th
Bnaineaa at a much lea price, for CASH, than
ha er before been offered lo thla market.
GIVE US A CALLS
AndtooforyoiijeelTf. ' '' ai
, jew elbe,
No. SIX M. E. Oor. Fifth and Lodge rtreet, between
nainni ana vine. Cincinnati.
good ajwortment of BILTEB and PLATED WABA,
rriuiauiin, en., Kept contcanuy on nana.
Special attention given to Gleaning and Bepairing
watcne ana jewelry. ... myitf
BEGGS SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ABE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large aaaortment of Watchea, Jewelry,
A fin amortment of Plated Tea Set and Cutlery
and Opera aiaiaee. .1 2H
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DR. SAM'JL SILSBEC
IF SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
llTHl SKIN, BQEUMAIIfiM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and inch Ohronio complaint a may be
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopathio lyiUm
Vapor, Bolyhnr, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tor
klah, Bnnlan and Electro-Chemical Bathi, a Dii
penmry of Medicine, and very manner of Kleotrlo
and Magnetic Apparatna. .
NO. 57 WEST BKTKNTB-BTBIBT.
WOfllce htnrt A. M. to S enlfl.li
B. 8. NEWTON, W. I).
Olfioe, 80 West Seventh Street,
ll-rVMX TI iR0 1A0P.
O. E. NEWTON,' M. D.
Or rioi He. 0 Wott Seventh rtreet, between Vine
and Bac. Bmidemcs-No. a Seventh atreet, be-
irvB-wi5.nj:unp4.K6f ssfrfr to w
WM. M. HUNTER.
;. J. TAFT,
(Snccesaor to Knowlton A Taft.) .
No. 86 Wee t Fearth St., bet, Walnat dc Vine
$30. . f30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar DoulleLook-8titoh :
SKOOBED BS BKOCHT LKTTIB8 PATHNT.
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PKO
HODNOKD by all eompeteat Jndge. wba
have teen It, to be the bett and moatdeairabie Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever Introduced, regnrdle
price. It will tew all kindt of family good,
from the verv thickfMttii th.nflnMf.hrirMui.
and ate all klndt of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
NlllBediatoef the Machlae. '
Send for a olronlar, or call and tee it In operation.
Opon early application, State and Oonnty Bight may
Aneaerg'etlo pertoncanmakea fortune In abort
time. Agent wanted in all ontold territory.
Be 1 aud axolmlve agent for the United Stat, ,
topH'mt 98 Wel Fonrth-ttree), Clnclonatl.
Gifts! ;(! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FODBTH-STBBET.
next to Smltb A Nlron'i Hall. fli-inn.n
..Vi: A iplmdld Gift, worth from SO cent to f 100,
will be given with every book for which w receive
one dollar and upward at the time of aie.
aJSuaSSmrt 1 V? BlT.r Watche. ladle
Solid Gold Ohain, eplendld et of Jewelry, tine Gold
Braceleta, OenU1 Gold VeaUbaine, and a Urge va-
WoJnU tbsrM. v"
f.auli&ai mA a.nil&M .. . ...
A. A. KELLEY,
. . PnbltihAVknrl nif iwvuiuw
D03Mf Ho. 38 Wt Fonrtli-tiW
TTSBPUL IN EVBBT HOUSE FOR,
J mending Faroltnre, Toy, Crockery, Glaei
Wholeaal Depot, No. aiPlatt itraet, New Tork.
Addret BENBT 0. SPALDING A X)..
. , , , Box No.S,nOO,Mew Tork.
Pot np for Dealer In Gate, containing fonr, eight,
end twelve down-a beautiful Lithograph Show.
,0rt accompanying aeoh paokaft.
J' Sare the PwMal ; .?d
THE OYSTER TRADE. "
Twn rLiii rtamr'
a? nusu ' aa.w
THE 6TJBS0RIBEB IS NOW BECEIV
INO DAILY, by the Adam CxpreM, MALT
BY'B world-renowned Baltimore . .
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysters,
- - . t-AUO
FtMh. Hermetically.aled tXJTl, SP10ID a "
PI0IID0?8TKBS. !.. ..i ,
ROBERT 0B, Agent ' "
r-tf I Depot, 11 Wtt Fifth street 1
Oyster Importing . House,
nuw iii wist r lmti-oxaia. it,i . .1
nPHE: SUBSCRIBER IS NOW BEOEIV
JL INO daily, per Xxprew, hi inlendid Oyater.
Haring Completed arrangement In Baltimore, on
the moat extentire acale, I will at all timet dnring
the eeaaon be prepared to furnttb my friendi, "and
the net of mankind," with the moat DKLIOIons
cuvAiiVaBiniporinaio tn nuoon vy. aoneou
the very beat Imported. Great Inducement offered
at thla lmtxrtlna-hot!iie.
Order biolkited and promptly filled. Termaoaah.
Bole laiuprtflr and Proprietor.
J THOS. SMITH'S
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
DepolL t3 Hycanieretreetl oppoalte the
: Natlonitl . Theater. ;: , ,
; H C. BOCKING, Agent.
ALSO Dreaaed Flth and Gaaa; freed and tweet
Buiwr, ac, aeuverea at an noun, ires 01 cnarga.
1 deltfj 1 1
aJf. FARROW & SOJT'S
NE.EBBATBD BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received aally by the Adam ju
pre company, in wnole ana Bait cant. JV
am uDvniD win vnmiiwu iimu luu ui
the very beat quality. J. B. OWIMGs,
Agent. Do. tl Vifthnitreet, bet. Main
N. B. Th trade inpplied 'vb the moat liberal
Day's Medal Jobber.
"( .1 t..f
(W. T. & S. D. DAT & 00.,
. Manufacturer and Dealen In
(BOTH 8 AND AND PO WHB.) ' '
Ai d all kinds ot Prlntlngt nnterlala. No.
73, ITS and 177 We.t Seeoad-atreet,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. ' ' -
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to cor HKDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen montha we have introduced them Into fonr
teen dffferent State of th Union, with the greateat
atiefkctlon to th parties purchasing. The power It
applied to the center of the platen : eonaeqnently
there I 110 poaalblllty of ita springing from any
ataount of preaaure. The motion I so tranamitted
to it a to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
high rate of speed.,
t-riniert in want or tne bhmt jubbsk ihonld
not Durchate elaewhAra wllhatii elvinff khiaAnAv,
amination . They are atrong, durable and rapid, and
ase WABBANIED to give the moat entire tntiri.
11 ALL'S PAEJIT.
THE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
knore tatisfactlon than any other now in nae.
VVe offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOL-
XiAK.H to anr nerton that can. nn to the nrMunl
time, ahow a (Ingle instance wherein they have failed
preserve their content.
witn tnisBAFB we challenge all competition, a
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Bnrglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any aatabliahmentlin the Union, and the
party failing first, to forfeit to th other, the earn
Wear prepared to furnish a better Baft, and at lew
coat, than any other manufacturer in th United
econa-nnnd Bares of other makers, also on hand,
Werefllieattflllv invite the nnhlln in Mil .nit .m.
ino oar iock neior pnrcnaiing elsewhere,
n . r T. nlDDiit t l nn
No, lft and 17 East Columbia atreet
Wi B. D0DD8,
W. II. Dodds & Co.,
- 'I i tuarrAOTTnua or vm i
Fire and Ilurelar Prool
3 -A. TP 3H Ei !
8. Hf. Corner of Vine Second Street.
This n the most reliable FIB1 AND BDRnr,a
PROOF SAP I that 1 mad in th 0 sited Stefea. .nit
warranted perfectly free from damp. Oan basold
lower prices, and i of better wwkmenahlp than
oan be found else where,
vT have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at price that cannot tall to plea. ,
Old ,8ale '
Taken la uohaage. BEOOND-BAND . BAFIB al-
ways on aajq pt eurerqflly low Prjoa. , VJt
UKIHTMAH GOODSl-JOHN BATES
ha OW hand a fihnirji varl.tv nf Itivnrf a. far th.
approaching festive seaion. Hometbli for all I La
dle and gentlemen, large folk and llAe folks: inch
new BaiailU- Vtm. f Inrrant. Prima X'nt. lit trnr.
freak Peaches, Strawlierrie and Plmrapples, Jallies
and 3 PjrMerres, Lobnter. . Balmon .and Bardlnta,
Oytii. Freeh, OorB.pioed aad Pickled, Islnilaa
aid Gelatin.. Flu Braartlei, &U(ierU, Port, Bberry,
uauwua iiu, vn.mrjMine i n llM. Jamaica nam,
Scotch and Irish Whltky, Ac. Oentlemen will pi sue
lot forget that tbeeboilMrt Havana Cllar are to b
aad alBaUcaal'Thaaiar fiqlldlngi panwre-tiree t
MAKES AND; REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS in a tuperior punser,, Bttlrfactoly
reference given. Address Mo, 1, Syoamore-streA,
Oomer of Front. dels
REMOVAL. E. OSMOND, M. D.,
Dentltt, ba removed to 177. Vlne-trt. ntar
i, vipmifl im iim umn. iw" in,
ILLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
Ariw.uoes jmiiaisst,no, t East Third.
B T ' ; 8 T A T Z 'A u T H 0 E I X T V
lncorpoitted 1819. CharterPerpetnal
aw-Agencyeatatillineoinuinoinnatiin ifwOi an
tedating all m-ftaeot local Inearano Oompaniee and
Agenclea In the Ininranoa bnaineaa in thla oitr. . 33
year coon ant doty, here, comulnea with weaitn, ex
aerlenea.rnterarlM and liberality. Mvectallr oora
mend the MTBk Intnranoe Company t the favora
ble patronage of tbi communlay tanding aolltary
and alone, the sole anrvlvor and living pioneer of
OlnctanatlundenrritertoflS'JS. - i ' .
Leeee raid la Cincinnati during vast Fit
Years, 81 S6,0S4 .
I ABSOLUTE AMD UNIMPAIRED.) WITH A
SURPLUS OV 91,030,42a SO.
i And tbepreitlgeofWyeaninocefeandexpeeleno.
,, ' " 1 laVMTIfgRTB OP
Over $100,000 in Obio Securities.
UPWARDS OF !'J,OPO,000,LOMK '
Have been paid by tbe iEtna Insurance Oompany Id
'. 1 " the peat 40 year.
Fire and Inland Navigation. Bisks accepted
at term oonltent with aolvency and fair profit,
epeolal attention given to Insurance of Swelling
and Contents, for terms of 1 tofty i,
Application made to any duly .athorlied Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance basinet, thla Oompany I enabled
toofler both indemnity for the past and aecoxityfor
the future. P llcijalatued without delay by
JAB. H, OA ITKB, Agont, No. 40 Ualnatraei,
A. F. PATO i. Aaalttant Agent. , '
H.K.LIND XT, Agent 171 Vln street. ... ,
J.J.HOOB.A t, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward. ao
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
hi. OF CINCINNATI. ,
OFFICE IN THE 8 EOOND STORY 07
No. 1 Front-itreet, between HainandBrcamore.
Thla Oompany ia taking Fire, Inland ana Marin
Bilk at current rate of pMmium.
iioseee fairly adjnated and promptly paid. , - I :
1 T Kckert,' ''V Ball. SWPomeroy, ,
William Glenn, W 0 Whl (oher, W 0 Uann. , .
Bobert Mitchell, W H Comttock, IiOI Stone, '
Bobt Buchanan, OOHhaw. Geo Stall, .
Wm Bellew, .. , Beth lCvana, f ' JU Taaffe, i
David Gibson, H Brachman, JGIabam,
H Clearwater, Tho K Elliott. '
1 T. I. XOKEBT, Preaident.
Btcphzh Mobsi, Beoretary, dos
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Oompany,
0 CINCINNATI, OHIO., h ,'
DIBK0TOB8: ' .! ,, ,
William Wood, Isaac V. Gopolen,
James F. Ounningham, Bydney B. OIark,
Andrew Krkenbrecher, Joseph Beakirt.
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher, . , .
I.,.,. George B. Dixon.
IBAAU V. OOPELXN, President.'
Cso. W. OoriUN, Secretary.
. A. M. ROBS, Surveyor.
Ia nrevared to laane Policies on Tire and M.rinA
Blika. on favorable terms. Office No. A W..fc Third.
treet, Trust Co. Building. noSbfm
National Insurance Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. :
(Office Bouth-west Oor. Main and Front-streeti.) '
Marine, Inland Transportation and
jrire JUSKS .
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATK8.
John Burgoyne, X M Smith,
n in nepwuriii, juae u sioore,
J L Rom. Thos B fill
A wieaemer. 'rnoa tlnoi.
U. V. UBEB, Bec'y.
J NO. BnROOV VK. Pren.
P. A. Bpbioman, Bnrveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
JUSTABiaSHEI) IN 1829.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STBEET. IN
SURES against Lot and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of th Sea and Inland Navigation.
DIRECTORS ! "'"
Jno.WBartwell, Allen Collier, William Retor.
John W Kills, Jams Lnnton, - (Thaa.W Rowland,
John Mf Dudley, Jamea A raiser, J W Can field.
D T WotHlrow, BMW Taylor, A 8 WInalow,
AS William, HMcBirney, Bowman C Baser.
r w J0H? W" HARTWXLL, President,
G, W, W ILLIAB9, Secretary. nol ,
FIRE AND HARINK.
Eagle Insurance Company,
h ur oirirnirn W; GARRISON. President, ,
8. W. R1IKDKB, Becrotary. .... , , , , ,,
DtBBtiTOiui Henry Kossler, Anthony Fay Wm.
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel H. Tart, George W.
Townley. Smith Betts. ' . ,.' '
SuavKoaK-J. B. Lawderand David Baker. d9ay
s)tod mi Bonoidds no uo sjU(iiajo
"00 2? HIOIVH 'JA 'IA' 1
niaitncr nni samRnnr aintn w t 4nM tUniainrt
noi onosxs ni &n ia& 'eazis 11 V
siraapeoj pro Tuoo
Unmotl pn SaipaiJo 9iq)joj
WILSON, GABXICK A CO..
Forwarding and, Commission
DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
Bogs. Pork, Lard, Whisky, Flour, Grain, Ao.
Office north-west corner Sixth and Main-ttreet,
Cincinnati, opposite the Gait House. -
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
in the General Produce aud Commiitlon Bualneaa,
under the style of Wilton, Garllck A Co., retpect
fully tender their services and sol loit the patronage of
their friends and the public. Particular attention
Said to buying and selling Hogs, Whisky, Floor,
rain, Ac. Their charges will be as moderate a
anv other good houta in then Mr. .Raf.ru ih. mur.
ohantaof Cincinnati generally. ,
P02bm . L. T. BAKR.
PATENT MACHINE-MADE ' PAPER
Diau r , i. , v. .
- wawo. .vi uruwn,, i.i u..i.n. xea Aieaiors ana
other, made troraeitr quality of Wrapping, Ua
Bills and White Tea Paper.
aWKUi'Mi no. 1 wrapptog end Manilla;
, a,onoNo. a '
3CX),0Ot)No. 4 '
2IIO,00( No. -
. ,i '301),IONo.
200,1100 No, 10 ' .". : s"
200,0110 NO. U . . ' I'-, r.,
200,000 NO. lft "
a,O00Ne.l8 . ;
.l,i 200,001) No. 20 ,. ,.,.,,
200,0(10 No. 26 ," " ". m: " )
200,0U)No. I Wltilte Tea Bags;1 ' '
200,000 No. 1 - ' . ..
Ml . awiollo. 1 ,,-, , ' 1 ,
Th above ai
ra put np In packages of oOObag each,
ufacturing front sixty to venty-Ste
We are mant
tbonsana Bag per day
KIXON A OHATFIELD, ; '
a FarBag klanufactiirer, , '
And Wholesale Paper Dealorf,
77 and 7 Walnnt-atroet. i
Feathers and Winter MUllnery, :
Of (very description, 'which I am sellln at a mV
auvaac on new aora pnoea, wnoitaai and retafr.
. , . , WEBB, Jr -no
1,84 Fifth-street, bet. Race and Elm, i
MiMAotarert And Who Wle i)eat
.. .1 ..: . , . . T
- - .ir- 1.. .'-it, r '1 ,1
im AND PLAIN CANDIES I
M MAIX VSTRKBT,'.' CTCtHlVATl
WM. II. BALDWIN, ATTORNHY
AND OOFNHRI.I.OIt AT LAW .tirf M....
Oommlstioner of th Buperlor and Common Plea
Oonrta. Bank Building, north west ooraerof llaln
i inininww, no.
icaRAfrnUN TTPI AND BTERE0TYP1
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI. rtu-,i-,
LAFATITT1 AS-CBiCAQO BHORT-LlNe.
eyaaTJaVJI -.aTaW.. aWJ- J
Tke SherteM Ooate aetween
.,.,;, . " aa uatoage, .
, I,.. ,. . .... ... 1
ThrU FasMnterTralnt leave Oloclnnattdatly, from
thefootol M illand Front itrett.
JiftO A, M.-Chlcago Mall arrive t Indlanapoll i
at 12:10 P. M., Chicago at 10:10 P, M. This train . ,
connect wtth all night tralni oat of Chicago lot ,
the Weat and North-west; connects at Inrilatiap". .
II with trains for Terrs Haute: also with Pet o
trains for Pern, LOganaport, fori Wayne and X...
ledo. ' '
1 l!4t4ff P. M. Terr Hants and tiayfayette Ac
commouatloa arrive at Indhuitpoli at P. II.,'
making direct connection at lnsianaaolli with La. ,,
ayette trainafor Decatur, Bpriagnsld.ilaples, Unin. ,
cy, Bannibaland St. Josapb,.' .',.,,.
, 7 P.W, ChloagoBipressarrlvesatlndlanaiiolll '
at .12:15 A. M making clese connection at Chloagu
with al 1 morning trains oat of ,Uhlcago. '
Bleeping care are attached to all in night train!
on tbi line, and ran through to, Chicago without
change of car. , ,. .
This It exclusively Western and North-western '
route, and witk favorable end reliable arrangementa
with all oonneotlpg road tnronghout. th entire
west, guarantee nnuanal care and the amplest ao :
oommodation to th patron ol this lint.
The Company' exclusive Telegraph Lin kt need
whon neoeaaary, to govern the movement of train. ,
aud LonghricUis celebrated Patent Brake, are af -(ached
to all poMenger. trains, by which they canoe
perfectly controlled; bealde all the other modern Im
provement necessary for the comfort and safety ot
pMeugrt, the maaaer of, th.it road bare liberally,
Bmoking'-cart en thisllne, - -v
., mr Be iure yoa are In the right ticket offloe before '
joq purohaa yenr tlckats, aad ask for ticket via
fare the sanVt by any other (out. Bag gag
c necked throogb.
TliBOUOH TI0VET8. onJ nntll mkI. nn ha nh.
Mined at the tie t offloe, at Spencer Hons Ooiner
narth-weetoorntr Broadway ant front; fio. 1 Bur
uet Hons 'Corn r; at th Walnut-street Hon, and
at Depot office, foot or Mill, on Front atreet, where
allnecessary information miybehad.
Omnibuses rua to and fro a each train, and w
call lot pasMnger at all hot tU and all parti of tit
elty,b leering address at el i sir office,
. W. H. L. NOBLE,
aol4 "' ,r' ' ' Osaeral Ticket Agent,
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
UIX DAILY TRAINS IEAVX TBI
O Bizth-atreet Depot. i
Tralni run through to Cleveland Bandaaky, To.
lecoand Indlanapolia without chang of car.
Through Tickets for all Eaatern, Western, North. '
B A. Bl. KXP11KM8 TRAIN For Hamilton.
Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all .
Western Cities. Connects at Richmond with 0. and
9- ,01 f? I-ogsaiporl; also oonuects at Hamilton - ,
for Oxford, 4o. r. , , t, '.
o 7i!J0 A. 01, TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield, ,
Sanduaky, Toledo and Chicago., This train makes
close oonnectlent with all traint leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at Cbban roa Co
Miners; at Bellefontalne with B. and I. B. R East
and West: at ForeBt with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne aud
Chicago Railroad East and West; at Clyde ith
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad trains for Cleveland
aud Detroit; at Dayton for Greenvlllo, Union, Win-. .
cheater and Muncie.
10 A. M. EXPRESS TRAIN-For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Butialo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern cities. Alio connect at CresU
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Eastern cities. '
. 3i40 P. M. THAIN-For Hamilton-Rlobmond '
Indlunapolia, Torre Haute and Balut Xoult;i
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, dc. ..
ni'V K;Mm rT"-.-01" Bwton. Springfield,
BellefonUine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
allpolntsin Canada, OonnecttatBeilefontainewitlt ;
B. and I. R. R., East and West,
Ili30 P. M. JKXPRE4I4 TRAIN For Cleve
lnd via Delaware tor Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, ,'
New York, and all Eastern cltiet. Alio, connect at
Crestline fcr Pittabutgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, .
aud ail Eastern citie. , ...
,?tif h'gbt Express Train leaving Cincinnati at .
11 :M P. M., leaves daily Exospr BiTDanaii. All other
train leave daily KoirrSuaDAis;
For further information and tickets, apply at th
Ticket offlcea north-east corner Front and Broad,
way; No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at '
the new Tiokel Oflloe.on the wotide of Vine-etreet,
betweenlPostotace aud Barnet House; at the Walnut '
atreet Hotuejor at the Sixth-street Depot
no!2 , D. MoJARKN. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three , Trains , Daily.
Two Through Express Trlus.
IjllRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 10
, A.M;, connects via Columbus and Cleveland; ,
via Columbnt, Btenbenvlll and Pittsburg via
Oolnmbtu, CreBtllne and I'lttnliurg; via (folnm
bnt and Bellalr (Wbeolins). Also, for Bprlngfleld.
Thlt train ttopt between Cincinnati and Coluuibut,
at all the principal stations.
MliCOND TRAIN Columbua Accommodaliou
u4t40P.M. Thia train ttopt at all ttationt be.
tween Cincinnati and Oolumbua, and Cincinnati and
TJuftBD TRAIN Night Iipresi at lli30 P.
M,, conneotsvla Colombus and Bellalr (Wheelliifllt
via Uolnmbus, Crestline and PitUbarg: via Colum
bna Bteubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Thia Train stops at Lovaland, Morrow. Xenla
London. BLEEPING OAB8 ON THIB TRAIN.
AjaV-Th. Tl.V ICwnMa. -in, a ikmn.. Ill ,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Bteubenville, without
cbange of can.
The NIOHT EXPRESS Train leaving Olnolnn.tl
etHi30P.M., run dally, except 8ATDBDAY8.
The other Trains run daily, except BDNDAYB,
For all information, and Through Ticketa to Bot.
on, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing.
oi?J Buft1Si,?1?8r rin"l. Bnnklrk, Cleveland,
Pitttburg, Whoeirng, and all the Eastern plaoe
apply at the Officer, Walnut Street House, Nc. 4 Bur
net Hon, south-ea.it corner of Broadway and Front
itreete, and at tbe Eattern Depot.
Train run by fMumbnt time, which U seven mln.
ate faster than Cincinnati time.
,t J. DUBAND, Bnp't,
Om nlbujes oall f or passengers by leaving direction
at ah Ticket Office. ' p0M
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
JHBOrJOH WITHOOT CHANOB Of CABS,
Ona rTI.ln Ul lit a i-u aa
TbsTraina connect at St. Lonli for all MtnUla
l l a 5?Qt He wma Hwnlbftl, Qnincy and Keo.
V On Through Train on Sunday at 7:MWrM.
, .w..,.nv awes jaaio MVPtftaj AMI Ot, AlOnif.
Sati 'o.ST.V: ,:t0 "01 0lncl";
jsAraiMw a Min MJimvtm matt 01. JjOMI daily At 1'fKl
P. M., WMJWhM!"m
To all pointt West at.d South, pleat apply at the
offloe. WalBnt-.tree I House, X tween Sixth ,nd
Seventh-street, No. 1 Burnet Houte, corner offloe.
St0nrwSiOOTBir.0! Tl0Dt "1 BroaVay Spacer
HoiuwOfflce, and at the fpot, oorner ftont andMill.
, Umnibiuo call (or passengers. . , m
Cincinnati, Richmond &
TBRHP HATJT1V ' 1
.:ii. . n- of i u;
(AHBPOMl, ,,, , ,,
, Shnm w a .
T aot.at ifl .SiXi n'SP
COTnecUon forallptber Wnternaild North.wVtere
maaDgport, eairKlSUroa WabL.' f SB
mniwvmn, . ., , . . . 1 , ,-i;f
ind. Gburg,Bcha, IiaUoste, Jaoktonvllle.
rorfurtherlnrormatlODand Through Ticket, am.
D. II. MORltnV. lnu.l.iu.i...
OmaibaM will otli for patwnjrjnl by leavfni Ttbali
wjiTiiie, ouniagvoa, niiwancee, atattooa. NanlM.
Qalena. Quinoy, Prairie dn Obion, Pant. Pmri.
fnleUlwlUolne, .Deoatnr. Bloomingtou.clli?, ht
fcll.'OauXaedall avwnlaudrtis la IS. North
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