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THE SENTIMENTAL SHADOW.
Two deep bay wludawa lit the room
In which wo viichM the sveninggloom;
. In this myself and Lucy ut,
Peter and maiden aunts in thai;
The gaslight on th flags below
And on our colling cut glow.
While peter and Mi coterie
' Talked mattera parliamentary.
Or ruled, with solemn shake of head,
, Hew prudently the young ibonld wed,
In my committee I said, "This,
' My dearest, it the time to kiasl"
Lnred by the shadowy hour and nook, .
The proferred pledge the coyly took;
. - When lol by our unluoky fate,
In allhontte, our tete-a-tete, .
Noses and pouted lips wars all
dblkiuely shadowed on the wall!
" ' So, when the footman brings in tee, A
8oinbre are thsy, aud scarlet are we; .
, The lamp has prematurely shown
A trill h we had not dnreil to own:
Small thauka to light untimely cast
' Ah' yet this kias was not our laat.
An Angry Woman's Lecture to Men.
" (In .the Newburgh (N. Y.) New we
find tho following ty an angry woman. '
' "We've been lofltured long enough, and
now it's our turn. Wouldn t a sorios of
'Hints to the Gentlemen,' bo particularly
appropriate? Think , how nice it would
sound, nowl . Do be a little sensible in
your fashions wear that stovepipo hat
of tours so that it will proteotyour hoad
and coyer your ears what is the use of
that misorable littlo eonoern perched on
the ton of your head? And as for the
ridioulous way you have whioh fashion
sanotions, of coarse (IV of going with
your chests unprotected, except by a thin
shield of starched linen, when all the
rest of you is snugly encased in warm
broadcloth we can't find words strong
enough to denounce it! Of all un
manageable brutes, a sick man is the
worst, We'd rather have charge of a
wild hyena Van Amburgh's big elo
phant is hardly more difficult to get along
Exercise, gentleman? don't sit curled
up over your ledgers and law-naners all
day long. Help your ; wife about her
sweeping chop the kindling wood go
out and dig in the garden, Don't you Bee
how muoh healthier your man Patrick is
than you are? Patrick never has the
dyspepsia; Patrick never complains of
rv,i 1 mu n' .
ivovn uqujiu 1 aiibu wt ungutgu On ai
me same rate tor naii a dozen oolumns,
and say nothing but the truth, either.
Now, isn't it very evident that you need
lecturing as much as we do? and does
not the cap fit remarkably well, when it
is turned the other side out? At any
rate, there is no necessity . for troubling
yourselves so very muoh about our wel
fare. ' Pray don't take the trouble to
. lavish advice on us, when we go out and
when we oame in. We're getting tired
of it And we should think, after so
muoa experience, people would have dis
covered that we generally do about as wc
Description of 1 Washington by an
Englishman General 'Washington is
now in the forty-seventh year of his age.
He is a tall, well-made man, ratherlarge
boned, and has a genteel address. His
features are manly and bold; his hair a
deep brown; his face rather long, and
marked with the smallpox; his complex
ion sunburnt, ' and without much color.
His countenance sensible, composed, and
thoughtful. . There is a remarkable air of
dignity about him, with a striking decree
ui &toumuiuHuk.u jojb h aa an excellent
understanding, without much quickness;
is strictly just, vigilant and gonerous; an
anecnonaie nusoana, a tanntui menu, a
father to the deserving soldier; gentle in
Ids manners, in temper reserved; a total
' Biniugcr w religious prejuaicos; in moral
irreproachable; and never known to ex
ceed the bounds of tho most rigid temper
ance. In a word, all his friends and
acquaintances allow that no man ever
united in his own person a more porfect
alliance of the virtues of a phitosoper
with the talonts of a general Candor,
sincerity, affability, and simplicity, seem
to bo the strking foatiiros of his character;
and, when occasion offers, the power of
displaying tho most determined bravory
and independence of spirit ,, f
' i 1 i ' '" mi 1 1 1 . .
. The Art op Growinb Old Grack-
1-cllt. All do not know the sooret of
the art on growing old irracofally. It is
an art whioh middle life works at and
perfects. Tho. secret lias back there.
u. .-.1 j li j
t.'CiUliG fltuu VTB1II141&, uuu uuivvuu age 18
the result of honorable and virtuous mid
dlo life; and age, querulous, exacting,
burdensome to itself and others, is the
product of selfish, frivolous middle life.
It is perhaps not without some shade of
sadness that one comes to rank himself in
middle lite. Slowly it dawns upon him
reluctantly he admits it It is no sense
of growing old that teaches him, no nag
ging of the powers of the spirits, not
even the taunt of that opprobrious epithet
now-a-days flippantly flung - at middle
lifo for the "foggy" is not the old, but
tho middle-aged man; but one finds that,
with the fuller flesh, and firmer muscle,
and stronger tread, and truer poise of his
faculties while yet his sympathies are
all young and fresh, while yet he waits to
follow where the older and wiser lead
the world waits and looks to him, pushes
him forward where he hesitates, until he
discovers that, no longer looked upon as ,
young, ne must cane nis place in tbc
toiling and exposed van, and hew the j
way in wnicn otner steps snail tread. "
A Clbvbr Retort. A decent looking
Irishman, stopping at a hotel to warm
himself, inquired of the landlord, "What
was the news?" '
The ' landlord, disposed to run a rig
upon Paddy, replied: .
"They say that the devil is dead!"
"An' sure," , quoth Pat, "thats news
Shortly after, Pat stalks up to the bar,
and, depositing some coppers, resumed
. n'L a 1 ji j .1 j .
- xu iBuuiunij mwaytj reauy ier a cus
tomer, asked him what he would take.
, "Nothing at all," said Pat' .
"Why did you put down this money1?'.'
asked his host ; ,
""Cohan' sure, sir,"'" said Pat. "it's
the custom in my own country, when a
chap like you loses his daddy, to give him
a few coppers to help him pay for the
: wake!" -
yThe landlord stood treat all round.
Th . Secret op. Dh Qdincit'h Pmn.
la ritt. The great secret of Do Quinooy'i
popularity lay in bis exceeding clearness,
It was impossible to mistake his meaning,
llo never enveloped ideas in a cloud of
words, but expressed his thought bo
lirectly as to bring it within , the com
prehension of a otuld.
' Elizabeth Barrett BaowiriNd. The
authoress of anew novel "Compensative,"
says: '''.t ;-.,.', j . . . , .
i Shaksnearo, Cowper, Byron and Shel
loy, my four literary gospels, were ranged
round the table, with Mrs. Browning's
doarly-loved volumes piled up in the
centre, suggesting Joseph's dream: the
stronger brethren bowing to the weaker
member of the great family cirole of
poets, only weaker because she is a
woman, and in her -weakness is her
strength. , That soft, low, woman voice of
this age! It rings out pure and clear,'
like the silvery tone of, an angels trumpet
musio, as heard in one of those dreams
that come to us when Borrow or sickness
almost,, emancipates the soul from the
body, Thrice blessed and happy should
this woman poet be, for her poems have
sustained many a sister woman in life's
weary journey; elevating her above its
pretty but cutting miseries, and consoling
uer ivr us eiiurwomingB. . ud, uiai glori
ous 'state of existenoe into whioh the
works of genius lift us! To many of
us it is the ; only real being, and
tnis levonsn state ot "distorted wills
called lifo, is, but a horrid dream.
Thb Good Wife. Jeremy Tavlor, tho
celobrated divine has written: "To par-
taxe secretly, ana in nor Heart, or all his
joys and sorrows, to believe him oomely
anu lair, tnougn tne sun nath drawn a
cypress over him, (for as marriages are
not to be contracted by the hands and
eyes, but with the reaion and the heart,
so are these judgments to be made by the
mind, not by the eight,) and diamonds
cannot make the woman virtuous, nor
him to value her who seas hor put them
off then when chastity and modesty aro
her brightest ornaments. Indeed the
outward ornament is fitr to take fools, but
they are not worth the taking. But she
that hath a wise husband, must entioo
him to an eternal dearness, by the veil of
modesty, and tne grave robes of chastity,
the ornament of meekness, and the jewels
of faith and charity; her brightness must
be purity, and she must shine round
aDout witn sweetness and friendship, anu
she shall be pleasant while she lives, and
desired when she dies.
A Sisters Lovb. Beautiful is tho lovo
of a sister; the kiss that hath no guile,
and no passion; the touch is purity, and
bringeth peace, satisfaction to the heart,
and no fever to the pulse. Beautiful is
the love of a Bister t is mnnnliirht on nnr
path It hath light, but no heat; it is of
neaven, and yet sheas its peace upon
How To Keep Policemen Oct of Your
Kitchen. Hire a cook whose husbaud is
a policeman. He will take good care
that no other noliceman is admitted rn
partake of the good things of your estab
HARRISON & COLLINS'
fENTRAIi BEE-HIVE -GALLERY, cor-
V-' ner of fifth and Weatm-n-row. Photographa,
meiainotYiiea ana Ambrotvixia takon rhnunr than
eiiewnere in cue city, uil Uolorwl Photos:
made of all aim, from life to the amalleet miulntiiro,
Picturee neatly aet in Lockote, Breaat-pina, Pingor
tngn and Bracelet!. . All work warranted.
uvio-nr a. o. dliuuol, Ariiai.
WINDER'S PATENT 8PRIN9-CORD
BR n-BOTTOM ran ha unnlloH in i
liodaload, old or new, In ten mlnutra. Klsntio -Dlirablft
ChAan. TllRiKtniiMi AntirAlv wflh mIaIji. of
which ao much complnint la made. Aleo, an aniort
inent of lledateada for aaln, with Spring Dottome In.
Vail anil exa.mine them at No. 172 Vine-atrnxt.
jaimui u r. M a. WAB11JCN.
fflHE OUTCALT ELASTIC ME.
M. TALLIO BOOPINO"U offered to the public
H the beat and oheapeat Metal Roof now tinml, He
merlta tested br an experience of years In thi city
and vlcinltj. Applied to flat or ateep, old or now
buildlnfte. No eolder need fattened securely with
out eipvsnre to the action of the element, i
Prepared aheets, boxed for shipment to hot fart ot
the United States, can be applied br any on with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly fllled.
Jyle-tf iu West Second street.
BADDLE, TRIM AND IIARNKS8
109 RIalaatrt three door above Third,
KEEP ON AND AND MAKE TO OR
DKB all k nds of Uorse Trappings, In the best
and moat substantial muunef. Also, a large amort.
mentof Horse Blankets, Whips, Carpet ana Leather'
Bags, Bridle Bits, Buffalo Bobes, Valises (the real
tole-leather), stall Trnnks, Sponge.and a large as
wrtment belonglngto tbia line. I will sell as low
M the lowest..
D. 8. CAKRICKi
CORNER OF MIAMI CANAL AN1
THLRD-BTBEET, Cincinnati, Ohio, are mum
faotnring largely. Palmer's oelabratea Hydraulin
Force and Lift Pump. Also, bis Portable Steam
Engines. All those who are abont to purchase
PUMPS for Tanaerlne, Breweries, Distil
lerlea, Dry Dockii Paper Mills itallrond
sttatlaas, IMlnes, Wrecking Parpesea, or, in
fact, for any purpose wbere a pump is needed, will
nnd It to their advantage to call and see the work
ing of these Taliiable inrentlons, or address the
PALMER PUMP OOHPAHT fora circular, which
will furnish the names of many who bare nsed these
Pumps with perfect satlfactlop. de21dm
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at last Inst what the Ladies hare long needed
and looked for in rain, tbe Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir Is warranted to care all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature) Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, tbe Ovaries, and the Urethra.
Prolapsus or Falling of tbe Womb, ralnful Henstra
ation.Ohlorosis, Amenorrhea; la fact, a perfect cure
is gaarranteed by tbe nse of from two to fire bottles
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of tbe Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, ao
matter of how long standing. Price ll per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of tne most prominent Drug
gists of Clnoinnati.
"TO TIS PO 11.10 AMD THI LiDlXS IK PAKTICULAB.
We, the undersigned, are not In the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
Lady Physiolaa, sad tbe medicine called the Utsrine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all females
sneering from Female Diseases of any kind; It Is
purely vegetable, and In no oase oan do Injury; w
say to all try, and our word for It, yon will I'nd re
lief. ,1 . W. D. HILL, Drugs 1st,
eaST "OorneroMrirth and Bace-strrsts."
MADAMS ELLIS'S SPANISH r?rMTJ
LATINO OOUOH AND 1,1V ICR HA LRAM
cures, without fail, pains la the Breast, Hack,
Bide r Limbs: Coughs, Voids, Hoarseness Diffi
culty of Breathing, Headache, flatulency, Heart
bnra, Ohronio Bhenmatlsin, llilllous (Jhollc, tlramp
Uhelle, Oriplog Pains of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Los of Appetite, and lu Pain-
iui menstruation It is a certain cure, alio givoa
immediate relief. In any of the above dlsoaaisj
it wUI glvs relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent, anf hv the mst two hAttlAS. Onlv (Ml renlis
per bottle-so cheap that every Person can got It,
. n, . qr aaie y r. u. ill Lb, urnggiat, cornfr
of Kaeeand Pifth-streete; 1. J. PAIIK. oornsrot
fourth and Walnut; HUIHfi. EUKSTKIN 'to.,
corner Vine and fourth; JOHN IHUKSuN, comer
or Jehn and Sixth; PAUL BKINLE1M. corner t
Blgbth and freeman. Also, EDWABD SUA N LAN
DO;, oorner of Main and fourth; and Madame
ILLll, 1M West Sixtb-itreet. sepK-ay
, , , 4, JDOOR IiOC!KS,
It. It. CAR AND SWITCH LOCKS,
Door and Gate-Springi, ' ;;
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted. ;
Th pnbllo arc reapwtfullr Invited to call and ex
amine the rarlone pattern! and price. AU Jobbing
promptly attended to 1 ;
GBOHGE MoOILEGOR, , ' ,
nojem .. No. IMFIfth-itreet, 3d door from Baoe.
A. B. COLVILLE,
Mo. 41 Xast Second-street, between Sycamore' tad
Broadway, Uinoinnatt, keeps every desorlptloa of 1
Counter, Platforms Cuttle, Rnllread Depet,
and Track Scales; Trasks,
. Iron Wagons, (fee. , ! ' ' h-i
Bepeirngdons oa the shortest notice. , , not -Sa j
B. KITTEEDQE & CO
134 MAIN BTBIIT, 01N01NSAT1, O. " '
..... KITREDQE sV F0L5OM, '
56 St. Ohaties strsst, Hew OrHn,'L
Importers efGaaeeV Sporllagj Apparalas,
H. CAMPBELL & CO- '
MANUf AOTURKRS OP BAR. 8WEBT
and Bsller Iron, Plow Slabs, Ballrdat Iplkes
Bte. Also. A rents for tile sals of 1 ronton ShM Nails
Warerooma No. 1 Kast Second Street, dirlnnat I
vnto. v ... . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 .
KjrAll klkJsIropmadstoordsr. .. 1 10s
LEENJIE11T II VI,
C1LEANER OF SINKS AND VA IfLTS,
J No. M Sixth-street, between Vine and Mace, In
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Perseus who
may layornim wun iueirpa(ronage,canreiyepuac
tnality and low prices.
LO AN OFFICE.'
ItemoTed from 96 Wast Blxtb.street,
MONET LOANEDON WATCHES, JEW
ELBY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at Mo. 171 Vine-street, ktwen
fourth and f Utb. -, . Ml
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 8U fit TH-STBBBT, SOUTH 8ID1,
(Near the corner of Vine,) . '
V. li. VICKKR8, Proprietor.
Oysters and Oame served In all styles. Heals at nil
hours , 1 ,. ,r )),,, nolcjs
:;., ' Sew 'vTholesale
W4T011 & JEWELRY 110US11
16 West Fourth Street
Where oan be had every article appertaining to Ibt
Business at a muoa less price, for 0A81I, than
has ever before been offered In this market, 1
QIVI USA CALL
And seeforyonrselves. 1 ipu
WM, WH I TAKER,
No. MX M. B. dor, firth and Lodge streets, between
Walnnt and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good asaortment of SI LVKB and PLATID WABA
SPXOTAULS, etc, kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Oleaning and .Bepalrlnt
Watcbes and Jewelry. 1 mylO
BEGG9 SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ARB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watohaa. Jawalrr.
Burerwars ana uiemonas.
A Bns assortment of Plated Tea Bstt and Gutter
and Opera Qlaases. -- KM
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
Dll. SAIVl'JV SI LS II III
ISPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
JsusT'tHK SKIN, BHBUHATISH, D18KASK8 Of
WOMKN, and such Ohronio complaints ne maybe
bencfltted by tbe Uygjonlo and Almopathlo system
of his office. ' '
Vnpor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Horcnry, Tur
kish, Buaeian and Klectro-Oheniical Baths, a DN
pensary or JUodtcInn, and every uiaunor of Electric
and magnetic Apparatus.
. NO, til WKST BKVKNTH-WlBKIT.
sMg-QBco hsurs A. M. tot . anjg.tf)
R. 8. NEWTON, W. 1).
Offlos, 80 West Seventh Street,
ITfUl TIS1 AID A0I.
O. E. NEWTON, M. 13.
Ornoe Ne. 90 West Seventh street, hetween Vine
and Bace. Besidknii Ho. 63 Beventh street, be
ween nainut ana vine, urrica aouag 7 to o,f
A, llWtoSHP, M.tJtoRP.M. , :
WM. M. HUNTER,
noJi ; ' il9B) VJne-si'reet.
' J. TA FT,
(Hnooessor to Knowlton & Taft.) .
No. 56 West Fonrth HU, bet Walnat eV Vint
CINCINNATI, OHIO. r-
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Doable Lock-Stitoh : '
BIOOBID BT BIUIMT LITMUS PATKNT. I
HIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO'
NOfJNOED bv all enmnerent tmtarae. wha
have seen it; to be the best aaa most desirable fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, regardless
i price, li win sew an Kinns oi lamny gooas,
om the verv thickest to thevnrr finest fabrics made.
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
No oil la ased oa leper the Manalae.
Send fora oircular, or call and see it in operation.
Caon early aBDlicatlon. State and Oonntv Klshtamav
be secured. '. 'a -
An energetic person oan make a fortune In a short
time. Agents wanted in all unsold territory. . ,
a. u. nuKTmAn, ...
8c le aud exclusive ageut for the United States, '
sepjfflit West gonrtb-atreojt Cincinnati. -
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. J8 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
next to Smith s Nixon's Hall, Cincinnati,
Ohio. A splendid Gift, worth from so cents to 1100,
will be fflven with everv book fnrwhleh wamaIm
One dollar and upward at the time of aaie.
Gifts consist of Gold and Siver Watches. Ladles'
Solid Gold Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, fine Gold
Bracelets, Gents' Gold Vest-chains, and a large va
riety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
M cents to SIOQ. ,
Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully Invited to
call and examine our stock.
A. A. KEliLEY, -
' PnblUher and Gift Bookseller,
no21-tf No. 38 West Fourth-street.
ffi EUONOMYl VV'w
J Save the Pieces !
USEFUL' IN EVERY . ! H0U8B FOR
mending rumiture, Toys, Crockery, Glass-'
ware,. -,;.. '
Wholesale Depot, Ho. lln Plati-strset, New Tork.
Address UINUT 0. SPALDING A CO.,
. . . . No- Me "of-
Put np for Dealers In Cases containing four, eight.
ami twelve dosen a bsautiful Lithograph Show-
Card accompanying each package.
THE OTSTER TRADE.
-J . ' DIAUalK ' ' .i :
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RKCEIV
IN9 DAILY, by the Adams Ixprest. MALT.
BY'B world-renowned Baltimore , .
Freih Can, Keg and Shell Oyitri.
tmhJ'HeraetlclillvTsealeT 0OT; BPIOKD i
PIOKLID-OYBTIBS. t ..ill,,.! ... , , .. ,, .
EOBEET ORE, Ajent , ;"i "
":" Depot, 11 West fifth-street 11
'::iVO,A V.A.G'.NA8J '
Oyster Importing .. House.
NO, 'JI WK8T FIFTHJSTHJiBT, ,
HB SUBSCRIBER 18' NOW RKOKIV-
' INS dallvi ser Ixeresa. his sstendld Orsterl,
Ravine anm alatad ervantfementa In Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, 1 will stall times daring
the season be prepared to famish my friends, "and
the rest or mankind," with the moat DkiLIOlOUB
BIVALVES Imported to the Queen Oily., None but
the very best Imported. Great liducemeht offered
at this importlng-houss. ' i'
Order slcllclted and promptly Mled, Terms cash
PKTKR, t'A VAfJNA,
seplfit ' ' " Bole Importer and Proprietor.,
SUPERIOR "OLD PLANTATION
Depots fflt stycamore-street, opposite the
. , National Theater ' ; '
;i R. C. BOCKIIia, Agent.
ALSO-Diessed Fish and Game; free A and sweet
Butter, Ao delivered at all hours, free of charge..
. i deltf ... . . . -, .
i J. FARROW & SON'S
fBLEBRATED BALTIMOR OYSTERS,
received dally by tbe Adams kx
press Company, in whole and half cans.
All Ovnteni sold warranted fresh and of
the very best quality. 1. B. OWINGS, .
ageui. no, t( siiiu-street, oat, mam
and Walnut-streets. ,
N. B. Tho trade supplied on the most liberal
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & 00.,
," ' Manufacturers and Dealers In .'
(BOTH HAND AND TOWEB,) '
Aad nil kinds of Priming materials, Nop.
I7J, A7 aaa 177 tveat feoona.ireei)
' CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MKDAL JOBBRR. Within tho laal
eighteen months we have Introduced them into four
teen d liferent States of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to tbe parties purchasing.: The power in
appiiea to tne. center oi tne pinien ; consequently
there Is no possibility of lis springing from any
amount of pressure. Tho motion Is so transmitted
to it as tooause a dwell on Hie point of contact with
tbe form, Insuring A rBUFEOT IHPBK8810N al
hiKh rate of speed. '
rrinters in warn oi tne diebt juuukh snouio
not eurohase elsewhere without slvlns this an ex.
aminntion. Theyare strong, durable and rapid, and
are WABBANTBD to give the most entire satis
faction.'. - - .. noS
a I'. 1 k.iiiaila.1-.i II
Tl ssTJ . ' l c-,,.
THE MOST BBIil ABLE FIRE AND
BURG LAB PBOOf 8 Afm-They have given
more satisfaction than any ether now In nse.
We offer a reward of ONE TITOOMNO OOlr.
IiARs to any person that can, np to the present
tlme.ahowa single Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents. ... i ,
With this 8AFR 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 the Union, and Ihv
party failing first, to forfeit to ihe other, thosiiui
of t2,w. ' ' .'.-i em , ...
We are prepared to rnrnlsfe a better Safe, and at less
post, than any , other manufacturer In the United
Btates, : ,,r ' i
Second-hand Safes of other maker, also on hand.
We respectfully invite the public to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL A CO.,
englWt Hos. lo and 17 Kast Columbia street. ,
yfi B. DODOS,
tormtrl of Hall.Doddj A Oo.; Ute Drbao.Dodds Do,
,Wa n. Dod & Co.,
. : t h. i.suslOTAOTVaaag. or till yj
.', O ON O 3BL JflT 13 :
Fir and Burglar TrooJ
0. W. Corner of Vine sk 8oond Street.
This It the most Tellable FIBK AND BOROLA
PBOOF SAFII thst Is made in the United SUtes, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. - Oan be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
oan be fonn4 elsewhere. ;- . ,
We hare a targe asaortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell, at prices that cannot mil to please,
- Old Safes
Taken In exchange. 8IO0ND-HAMD BAFTS al-
waya on nana at extremely low pnoes. njt
CHRISTMAS GOODSI-JOHN BATES
hss on hand a choice variety of liivnrlns fnr th.
appreachingfestlvsssason. Sdmetbtng Tor all I La
dles snd gentlemen, large folks and little folks; such
as new Baisins, Figs, Currants, Prunes, Nuts, Citron,
fresh Peaches, Strawberries and Plae-epples, Jellies
and Preserves, Lobsters, Salmon ana Sardines,
Oysters, Fresh, Core, Spiced and Pickled, Isinglass
and Gelatine, Fine Brandies, Maderia, Port, Hhfrry,
Catawba and Champagne Wines, Jamaica Bum,
Scotch and Irish Whisky, a. 3enHemen will please
sot forget that the choWest Havana 4Jigars are to be
had.M National ThekUs Building, Hycamore-ltreet
MAKES AND: REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
. LIMBS In a superior manner. Satisfactory
references given." Address No. I, Bycamere-itroet.
srroat.J ,,:. . ,., . delO
Rl M OYAL-E. t OBMOND, -M. , 57,
Dentist, has removed to m Vlnotreot near
jseeatb. opaoslte the Gss Office. an"
VKflLtlAM DISNEY,' ATTORNEY
' AT" LAW, Chase Bnlldlnrs1 No. last Third.
MLW y- SsPaw
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
aWAgency ssUhllshedln Cincinnati in 189S, an
tedating all present local InsuranceCempaaieeand
Agencies In the Insurance business In this city. 4$
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience,, nterprlee and liberality, especially oom
rueud theTNA lusmanco Company to the favora
ble patronage of this oommunits' -standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati nnderwrlters of lS'AAc . -. .i.i, I
Lessee paid la Clnoinnati darlnsj past jptro
Tears, 8120,054 !.
lABSOLDTH AND UNIM.PAIBBD. WITH A '
8UHPI.US OP 1,030,423 80.
Ad the prestige of 40 years success snd etpeelenoe.
IHVSSTlflHTfJ OP ' V --'l
Over: $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
IIPWABDH OF 8I J,0pO,On0, IOSSKS'
Save been paid by the 2Ktna Insurance Company Lb
the past 40 years, , .. ...
rire and Inland Navlaniloo.-Blsk accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair prod Is
(special attention given to Insurance .olfiwallligs
and Contents, for terms of 1 to .ty '. . . .
Application made to any dulr ' .othorlMd Agent
promptly attended to. By strict atteutloa to a legit
(mate nauranoe business, this Company Is enabled
looffer both Indemnity for the past and seotuityfor
thefutnre. P llrdes Issned withont Jelay by ' ,;
J AH II. OA IT Bit, Agent, No. 40 Mln street,.
A. . TATO , AssisluDl Agent. '
H. K. I.IND EV, Agenl 171 Vlns street.
J.J. U00B.1. , Ageut. fulton.Htli Ward. AUt
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
FPICB IN THE SECOND STORY OF
Tin. i Wrnnt-BtrAAt. between Main and Sycamore.
This Comnanv is takins Fire. Inland and Marine
Bisks at current rates of premium. .
Lossos fairly adjusted and promptly paid. ' - '
T F Ickert, ' . F Ball, , , B W Pomeroy. .
William Olenn, WCWblicher, W 0 Mann.
Boltert Mitchell, W H Oomstock, LOU Stone,
Bobt Buchanan, CO Shaw, Geo Stall,
Wm Bel lew, 8eth Evens, J HTaafTe. .,
David Gibson, H Brachman, J Q Iibam, -a
Clearwater, Thos B Klliott. t
T. F. KOKBttT, President.
Bthphsw Mobsb, Becrotary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company)
' OP CINCINNATI, OHIO.. .
. : William Wood. ' InaaoU. Copolon, 1
James F. Cunulngham, Sydney S; Clark,
Andrew Krkenbrecher, Joseph Beakirt,
tieu, W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George R. Dixon.
ISAAC C. COPKLEN, Presideut;
GEO. W. OoriLM, Socretary.
-I .: A. M, ROSS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to issue Policies on Fire and ttarinr
Risks, on favorable terma. Office No. S West Third
street, Trnst Oo. Building. noSbfm
National Insurance Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. i
(Offlce South-west Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
, TAKEN AT CURRENT KATK8.
DIBBOTCBSt ' ' .
John Bnrgoyne, K M Smith, , Hnhert Moore, -Wm
IJepwnrlh, ChasLMooro, M Fechhelmer,
FXWIedemer, Thos One, SWtlmitb. i
J L Boss. Tbos B Biggs. Henry Kill's.
U. 0. (JBNKH, Ssc'y. J NO. BURGOVNK.Pros.
noSbfm P. A.SrauwAN, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
OFFICE NO. 4 TBONT-STBEET. IN
80 HKS against Loss and Damage bp fire; also:
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
Jno.WHariwell, Allen Collior, William Hesor. '
John W Sills, James Lupton, ' Obas.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Fra7.er, 3 W (lanrlcld, '
DTWoodrow, BMW Taylor, A 8 Winslnw. 1 '
OS Williams, HMcBirney, Bowman Baker.
JOHN W. HABTWKLL, President,
0, W. Williams, Secretary. no '
FIRE ANI) MARINE. '
Eaglo Insuranoe Company,
J. W. OABBIBON, rwsideut.'
8. W. BKKDEK, Becretary, ... , ,
" Dmiirroiui Henry Kensler, Anthony Fay, Wm.
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel 11. Taft, George W.
Townley. Smith Bette. ...
SuavMOEK-J. B. Lewder and David Baker, de9ay
" '" , "" "'sdiaet
tuM sjulnaiins) ;
Sv)toi mi uopSDUdds" no
t)jer)9-icitnho) pu aioi-ujbibo -jog
. ,fOO 9 UaiffVH 'JA 'JA
SJlon pae ssniSugf iquo,i ''os; 'Samofl
niir)tiriIog sjeiioe,! jno a asnnqow inoig 'aisa
-utu aepuu pusaeadn qioq ( PI!0" l"Jeunuj-wj
nohi exoais ni to. iai 'sazis 71 v
'siiTinpeej pure tuoo
1 ittiMOH pn jtiiipnua wiqsvoa '
WILSON, UAKLICK, CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
Hogs, Pork, Lard, Whisky, Flour, Orain, Ac.
Ofllce north-west oorner Sixth and Alain-streets,
Cincinnati, opposite the Gait Bouse. u ,
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
in the General Produce aud Commission eBusiness,
under the style ot Wilson, Qarlick A Co,,' respect-
luuy tenner iuoir services anu boiick me patronage 01
their friends' and the publle. Particular attention
paid to buying and selling Bogs, Whisky, Floor,
Grain, Ac. Their charges w ill be at moderate as
any other good house in the est v. Bofarto the me...
chants of Cincinnati general I y
A,'ITUSUfl, J.( J
U. T, OABXICK,
PATENT . MACHINE-MADE PAPER
DAGS, for Grocers, Dmggiste, Tea Dealers and
others, made from extra quality of Wrapping, lis
allle and White Tea Paper-
I lasi.ouu Mo. 1 w rappaug and M aullls; ' ; ' '
: : imOiOonNo. 4 ,
, ann,oooNo. . "
ann.oooNo. 8 "
' wm.oooNo. 10 i i.
; ; mm,. nu, is , n . -,
2IXMKKI Hosli . ," " f9
' -' snevm Ma. 18 ''' ":! p
" ' 2m,vm mo. au iw, i
i j.,, ),ouo o. as . " ,
, mono No. I White Te nagsi
' f 'i r .-
The above are pnt np in packages of not) bagi each.
We are manufacturing from sixty to sev.utr-iits
thousand Bags per day
NIXON OH ATFIKLD,"' I
-. - . . Paner Bag Manufacturers, .' i
. - -.j j ,. And wholesale Pnimr Deal.rs,' N'
ocM " ' 1 77 and li Walnut-street.
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, whioh I am selling at a tinsi
advance on New Xork prices, wholesale and retail,
. J. WEBB, Jr.,
no4 ' 134 Fifth-street, bet. Ilace and Elm.
OANDYI O AND
"ii , (Ssxoessor to Kiui rja, .
y. .,f f:!;
Msutufactusrs u4 WUoIegle nnlfrr
; FINK AND PLAIN OANUIE
0 NAJN STREET, CIHCINNATi
' ' -
WM. H. UALDWIM, ATTORNEY
AND COUNBBLLOK AT LAW aud Master
Commissioner of the, Bneerior ana Common Pleas
Courts. Bank Building, north1 west eoraor of Main
nit Third-streets. ' ' a. Jft. aos ,
W.!5? IIWAND BTHRKOTTPI
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Bherteet Reate betwoon Cinolaaatl '
Three Passenger as We WolnnsUdtliy, from 1
thefootof Mlliand Front streets.
Hi5Q A, M.-hicgo Mail arrives at Indianapolis
at U: H P. M.. Chicago at lOrJO It.. M. This train
ooaneots with all night trains out of Chicago for
the West and North-wwll connects at Jpdlanap"
lis with trains for Terra Haute: also with Pet a
trains ,foc er,u, Loguntport, Fort Wayne and To
ledo. ... ... '' '
I'MO r. ffl. Terre Haute aud Layfayette Ae.
cemmoaatton arrives at Iudianapollsat 6:16 P.M..
making direct oonnectlone at Indlanapells with La
layetle trains for Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Uola
oi, Hannibal and Sr.' Josopti. . .,. , ,
T p, M.-Chicaco flkpress srvtves at Indlanapollg
at 12:15 A. M., making close connections at CblMgf
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
Bleeping cars are attached to all the qlght train
on this line, nd tun' through to CUicaato without
ohange of oara, . .( ,i i - , ; . , . .
This is exclusively a Western and north-western
route, and with favesabls and reliablearrangemenlg
with all connecting goads thiougbont the entire
West) guarantees unnsnal care and tie amplest ac
commodations to tbe patrons ot this line.
-The Company's, exoiusivn Telegraph Line If need
when necessary, to govern the movement of trains,
sad Loughridge s celebrated Patent Brakes, aro al.
teohed to all passenger trains, by which they canbe
perfectly controlled; besides all the oi tier modern Im
provements necessary fnr the comfort aud safety ot
passongera, tbe mtaagert of this road have liberally
piovlded. 'i , . . , i.
. Smoking-cara n th la line.
' sXsrBe euro yon ire In the right ticket offloe before
ton purchase your ticksts, and ask for tickets via
Lawrencebnrg and ludlanapolis. i
Fare the asm as by any other rente. Baggage
enecked through ,
TH liOCGIl f IOKRT8, gcdd until mod, can bo Ob
Mined at the ticket ofBoss, at Spencer Uouss Oorner
serth-weat corner Broadway and Front; Ho. 1 Bur
net Bouse Cornsn st the Walnut-street Uouse, and
at Depot oflloe, loot of Hill, on Front street, where
alineoeesarylnrematloi roiy be had.
Omnibuses mi to am
frets each train, and if
lor easseiurers at all
lasseiigers at all iioltU and all parts ot lu
city, b leaving address at el I Sir office.
W. H. L. NOUL. '
Oeaeral Tloket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
ix' d'aIly trains LEAVE THI
Sixth-street Do not.
Trains run throueh to Cleveland Handnsk. T.
lodoand Indianapolis withoutchanje of cars.
' Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North,
srn and North-western cities.
, A. IH. KXPRK8M TRAIN For Hamilton.
Richmond. Indianapolis, Laluyette, (Jhlcago, and all
Western Cities. Connects at ltichmond with (J. and
0. Boad for Logannporli also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ao.
Ti.'lO A, ill. TRAIN-For Dayion, SprlngBeld,
Randnaky, Toledo mid Chicago. Tbia train makes
ulose counectiens with all trains leaving Chicago the
same eveolng. Also connects at Ussasa ma Co
i.i'MBue; at BellefontHinewith B. and I. K. R., Kast
and West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad Kast and West: at Clyde with
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad trains for Cleveland
and Itetroif, at Dayton for Greouvillo, Union. Win
chester and Mnncio.
,10 A. III. EX PRESS TTIA IN-For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Cnttalo, Boston, New
if ork, and all Eastern ci ties. A lso connects at Creat
ine for. Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
eastern cities. -'
3i40 I. IH. TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond
Indianapolis, Terre Haute snd Saint Louis; i,
liects at Hamilton for Oxford, 4r. . .
, 5: 30 P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, SprlngBeld,
llellefontaine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, anA
all points in Canada. Connects at Bellefontainewith
B. and I. B. H., Kast and West.
, 11:30 P. M. EXPKKtH TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities. .
.,The night Kxpress Truth leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M., leaves dally rxftri Satvsdais. Aliotber
trama leave dally bxohftSiwavsi .
m.r2rM,iher Information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket ofllcos-north-eaet corner Front and Broad
way; No. IW Walnut-street, near Oibeon House; at
the new Ticket Office, on the wostslile of Vine-street,
lietwenPostolflce and Bnrnet House; at the Walnut
street House, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
no D. Mal.ABKN. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
,, , .Two Thiough Express Triius.
THIRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 10
Wl A. M., connects via Coltimbna and Cleveland:
via Columbus, Steubonvllle and Pilteburg; via
Colnmbua, Creatline and Pittsburg; via Colum.
bua and Beliair (Wbeellup). Also, tor Berlugneld.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Coltnnbus,
at all the principal stations.
at 4:40 f. t. This train stops et all stations be.
tneen Cincmoati and Columbus, aud Cincinnati and
, THIRD TRAIN Night Kxpress at 11i3ft P.
M connects via Oolnmbns and Bcllalr (Wheeling)!
via Columbiia, testllne and Pittsburg; via Colnm
btii Stenbenvllleand Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Clovclnho. ' i , -,
'.. This Train stops at toveland. Morrow. Xonls,
and London. pLKKVINOGARS ON XH18TBAIN.
uifT0 DI S?1"! n 'hrongh to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Stenbeoville, without
change of oars.
."J? Sl1.HT. WPBHSI Train leaving Cincinnati
st lliJOP. M runs dally, except SATURDAYS.
The other Trains run daily, exoept SUNDAYS.
, For all Information, and Through Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls' Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and ail the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnnt Street Honse, No. 4 Bur
net House, south-east corner ot Broadway and Froat
streets, and at the' Eastern Dopot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is ssveu mln.
Otos faster than Cincinnati time.
n.' ' i- ' ' J. DUBAND, Bnp't.
.i??iSn".0 oaforpassepgers by leaving direction!
at the Ticket Offloes. ... nolt
AND XENIA RAILROAD. Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
i .THROIJQU WITHOUT OHANQH OF CABS.
One Train lor Ivansvllle ai 7:31) P. M. 'f
ir'l Ml rains connect at St. Lonls fnr all nei,,i. i.
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy anil Keo-
Natchud'Se, W?1' ""
One Throngh Train on Sunday at 7:iKl P. M.
HrrnaM no Fast Liae Leaves last St Lonls
''w&2S'l!im '' I-5 dally at i:0O
P. M arriving at Cincinnati at 8.-36 A . M.
rr ,, , ,U.S THBOUOH TICKBT8
To 111 points West ai d South, please apply at lha
oftces. Walnnt-itree t Honse, Oetweeu-1 ilh and
I'SeSlrSlSS WV B"t HouseTcorner office,
"Wu'jrjrt corner 'Of Front and Broadway, Sihwer
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
ftMiXV Rute for
- T1BBB HATJTi.1 ';.
81. liOUIS, ;,
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'l,'!,,, UBKIACUV ' '
. . t ' ; '.. . L09AN8POHT,l
.'iiwl r.V.l)0)i 'I:; PHBD. "
hi to street
"""' .ruaoo.-rnicinh direct, asking eloss
n2'ii2P"ort nrolaig an Wabash 'faffif
v,..,r.lwi , iuiaanpuiis,jjiiiaveiieenti tmi.
" "Jth Trains for Torre Haute, HprfngOeM, Bock
Island, Oalesburg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville.
Danvllls, BsrUnglon. Milwaukee, MMtwn, NaVlii!
tolens, ncrrPralrre dn Ohiea.Jant,' Seorlai
piinUiih.Baclns', Decatur, Blootnington, Jollet. La
SalU.HL. PanL.nd all towns andirftlJl 1. SE; ii.'A"
a4rtironf h ''tIoIhtM gfvsn ni Baggage eheckea
ForidftBstlrlfraAttoTi and Thren.h Ttek.. ...
sales , Mvg.kA lmMM sswk . a
seaway; mo., tea walnut itmt. aaa
r&&JZ3JtfLFMtih sf ilrast. of ai
nirt na irvJhniMUii.. '