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T "FT IS PUTT! S 8
BY TOM HOOD, JR.
"Tennis fugieni per framlna rivus."
took how a lender rivulet steals along.
In winding! devious, through a meadow'! groat, '
Iu watsrs ell too Hint to rale song
Of mnrmnrona pleaiure onto all that para;
Wherefore with lowly aim itdeth botseek
The thirsting herbage to refresh nnaeen; '
Whereat eaoh tiny leaf and floweret meek -
Doth olothe ltaelf with aweeta and llvller green.
So the Good Heart, who hath no atore of wealth
His poorer brethren to enrioh withal.
Both his little kindneases by stealth,
That so the world may not poroelvs at all.
Nor should we know the virtues which he bath.
Bare for the brlght'nlng looks that mark his humble
The Plebeian's Revenge—The Desperate
The old lady lay back in her chair, her
eyes half closed, and one hand resting on
the arm of the ohair, the other holding
her glasses. The oat was above, purring
aa usual, and clewing up her great, soft
paws into balls, whioh she rolled out and
in as she pleased, while Vesta, whose
life seemed a perpetual doze, was lying
at Lucille's feet, to whom she evidently
hed a fancy. Luoille sat up, looking
towards Mrs. Lumsden and waiting for a
sign; it came at length.
"I said listen my dear, didn't I?" She
began thus; "I'll tell you a history the
history of a prejudice. You remem
ber I onee warned you against preju
dice. Here then is one. It wrecked
and ruined. That was natural Most
prejudices do that Fifty years ago
there was a very beautiful girl in Suffolk.
She wag beautiful I You wouldn't know
that if you saw her now, for she had trials
and they changed her. She had a fathor
and mother, whose love for her had no
bounds, but had a failing. It was a
prejudice. They were of old family and
high name, and the pride of this was thoir
prejudice. It ruined that young girl.
She bad two brothers. They were amiable,
accomplished young men, but this preju
dice was in them. They had both enter
ed the oavalry regiment and in it at a
a time suoh admissions were rare enough
was the son of an army contractor.
He was a plebeian, but I suppose had all
the true instincts of his origin, for while
the aristocratic corps always taboed him,
he simply oontented himself with prophe
sying the ooming doom of their order,
and he did this so mildly that they began
to think they might carry the insult of
abuse still further.
The eldest of the two brothers, on one
occasion, heated with wine, said more
than he should. He could not even keep
within the licensed bounds of previous
displays, and how oould he? It was the
daily lesson of his youth, that pride of
birth, drilled into him as the virtue that
hid and glossed over every vice; so it was
entwined with his being, and as the cor
net had on a huge shield with its dozen
of absurd quartering, he was fair game.
The words ran high, and the eldest
brother threw a glass of wine in the cor
net's face. I have heard this story from
an eye-witness, and can vouoh for its
truth. The plebeian had blood and spirit
within him. He was calm and collected,
too, on this oooasion, for he rose very
cool, while they were all excited, and
went out of the mess room; so they all
sat down and oontinued drinking their
wine, thinking for a moment no more
about it until the cornet walked in again,
closed the door after him, looked it, and
put the keys in his pocket. They looked
up at him. He had a brass-bound box in
one band, and two naked swords in the
other. You may think, my dear, that
this appearance rather startled them, and
so it did; he came over to my table and
laid ' down the box, whose oontents
they all knew; he placed the two swords
on the top of it He was very pale look
ing, but quite cool, and he had taken his
place next to the elder brother. There
was an empty glass beside him. He filled
it up with water and flung it calmly into
"The plebeians," he said, "have not rob
bed enough to be able to commence their
quarrels with wine." a
The eldest brother sprang to his feet,
all eyes on him. He was dizzy and giddy
for a moment, and ordered the plebeian,
like a hound to his kennel.
"Captain," said the cornet, and the
man's cold, icy manner threw a chill
over them all, "we are equal here. To
morrow I shall horsewhip you in the barrack-yard.
To-night either of these is at
your service," he pointed then to tho
naked swords and the brass-bound case.
"Choose for yourself, sir," answered the
captain, for he saw now the consequence
of his conduct, and he had a noble na
ture too, but it wanted training. No man
doubted his courage and in other hands
he would have risen at once and made a
frank apology to the man he had so bit
terly insulted. It was then too late. Be
fore the whole mess what had ooourred
oould not be pardoned, so the devil, my
dear, took up his quarters in that room
and saw it all out; quite after his own
"I will not, captain," said the cornet
The captain snatched up the naked
sword. "This will do."
They cleared away the tables, and
among the party of young men, hot with
wine and exoitement, there was not a)
warning voioe. Those things were com-1
mon enough in barrack rooms then, too.
Ho they fought, fought my dear, and the
cornet ran his sword through that eldest
brother, dying its blade with his life's
blood. Some were terrified, others only
more terribly excited, roused by his hor
rible offering to an offended prejudice.
The younger brother tore away the sword
from the land of the dead man for he
was dead while the cornet took the key
of the door and laid it on the table. '
"I appeal to you all, gentlemen, for a
verdict on my conduct One death is
enough;" and cool as he was during the
danger, he was greatly moved then.
" i ou are a oowtW, sir," cried the
younger brother, '
"God knows, perhaps it were better that
I was." But they raised a howl at him.
They goaded him, pushing that younger
brother into the danger, and there was no
wise head to counsel or control; but the
oornet was still immovable. ! : ,. (
f "You have murdered my brother," said
the young man,
"I might -J." ' Ther comet did not
finish the sentenoe, but all noticed a pe
culiar hard line forming about his mouth.
Even very cold men can be goaded up to
anything. "Come, sir, you shall have no
excuse, o i- - j ?
" Pistols let it be pistols," eried some
Wit).-! Mi V. .-, ,',:'
' The .oornet bowed, and the brass-bound
bos was owned. : The pistols in it were
taken ou; mined and loaded, I don't
know anything, my dear, about duelling,
how they place the men, or any of the
requisites, so 1 oan't describe this to you.
But both were at last nut in position.
They fired, and the oornet shot that young
brother through the' heart-through -the
heart ' She said this very emphatically
and slowly, slightly rocking her body for
a moment or so, and then falling again
into her original position. Some minutes
more she remained silent Luoille half
shuddered. Sho thought the history was
the life of the narrator. She began again,
or rather resumed her narrative.
This was the second offering to a preju
dice. Two murders, my dear, and a Drave
man's life periled. ..They were all quiet
enough, you may be sure, after that sjene.
The oornet had sunk down in a corner in
the room, and the others stood aghast
over the two dead bodies. They had
lifted them and placed them on chairs,
and sober they all were, sober and terri
fied; so they just sat there or stood with
out a word. Suddenly the oornet roso
and walked over to them. They shrunk
away, young and middle aged, until he
stood face to faoe with the dead. He
was then oold, immovable stern, rather
than anything else. Long he looked on
the dead faoes, then turned, with ferocity
in his eyes, upon the men near him.
"You, you did this. That blood was
shed by you. You are all noble from
Dukes down you represent all the pride
of your class. Be still, every one of you.
Blood enough has been shed, and you did
it You thought a man who had nothing
aristocratic about him would bear with
you forever, and you see the end now, for
a peasant can draw a swora or mi a trig
ger with any of you. The hour, too, will
come when you shall feel this. You,
groat or noble you are but slaves; tho
poor worms orawung about a gilded cus
tom, who will be hunted from your as
sumptions by the brawny arms and strong
minds ot that rsoe you now tciga to
All Greek to Him. A student went
into a book-store and inquired of the
proprietor, if he had any pocket testa
ments in Greek. "In Greek?" echoed our
good friend, hesitatingly. "I believe not
sir, but I have some elegant ones in
Cubing Hams. "See here, Gripps, I
understand you have a superior way of
curing hams. 1 should like to learn it. .
"Well, yes; I know very well how to
cure them; but the trouble with me, just
now, is to find out a way to pro-cure
Settling Accounts. "Mr. Jenkins,
will it suit you to settle that old account
sir, you are mistaken in tho man.
I am not one of the old settlers."
The transit across the English Chan
nel is supposed to be the sio transit al
luded to id the well known Latin quotation.
A suggestion to bald heads. Come
up to the . cratch.
HAK111SON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLEBY, oor
ner of Fifth and Western-row. Photographs,
Helalnotypes and Ambrotypes taken cheaper than
elsewhere In the city. Oil Colored Photographs
made of all sizes, from life to the smallest miniature.
Pictures neatly set iu Lockets, Breast-pins, Fiuger
rluga and Bracelets. All work warranted.
uulC-ay A. B. BLOOM, Artist.
JADAMK ELLIS, M. D., HAd FOUND
1.V JL at last j oat what tho Ladles have long ueodoo
jnd looked for In vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, tho Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra,
i'rolapatu or Falling of the Womb, Painful Menstru
itlon, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; intact, a perfect cure
is guarrimtood by t ho uso ol from two to five bottloe
jf the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how long standing. Price $1 pur bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attontion to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug,
(lists of Cincinnati.
"TO TH PuSLIOANDTHE LAMER IN PABTIOTJIAB.
We, the undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all females
suffering from Female Diseases of any kind; it is
purely vegetable, and in no case can do injury; wc
say to all try, and oar word for it, yon will Und re
lief. F. D. H ILL, Drugs. 1st,
sepTT "Corner of Fifth and Haoe-stri sts."
MM ADAMK ELLI8'3 SPANISH EIMU
I'JI LATINO COUGH AMD LIVEK Bi ISAM
cures, without fail, pains in the Breast, Back,
Side or Limbs: Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness. Ill 111.
crUty of Breathing, Headache, flatulency, Heart
burn, Chronic Bheumatlsru, Billions Chollc, Cramp
Oholla, Griping Palna ol the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loaa of Appetite, and in Pain,
fnl Menstruation It is a certain cure, an I gives
immediate roUef. In any of the above dlsvasna
it will give relM in twenty minutes, and a pernm
neul cure by the nao of two bottles. Only 60 oeni,i
per bottle ao cheap that every person can get It.
N. It. For sale by F. D. UILL, Dnvgist, :orn(f
of iUceand Fifth-streets; J. D. PARK, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; BUIBK. KOKHTKIN 4 'Jo.,
oorner Vine and Fourth: JOHN DICKSON, corner
of Jhn and Sixth; PAUL BEINLKIN, corner ol
Eighth and Freeman. Also, K0WABD 80ANLAN
A CO., corner of Main and Fourth; and Madame
BLUB, 144 Weat Sixth-street. aep-27-ay
CHRISTMAS GOODS! JOHN BATES
has on hand a choice variety of luxuries for tho
approacbiug festive season. Something for all I La
dies and ormtlemon, large folks and little folks: such
aa new Baisins, Figs, Cnrran la, Prunes, Nuts, Citron,
fresh Peaches, Straw barrios and Pine-apples, Jellies
and Preserves, Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
Uysters, Fresh, Core, Spiced and Pickled, Isinglass
and Gelatine, Fine Brandlea.lUaderia, Port, Sherry,
Catawba and Champagne Wines, Jamaica Bum,
Scotch and Irish Whisky, Ac. Gentlemen will please
not forgot that the choicest Havaua Cigura are to be
oad at National Theater Building, Sycamore-street.
ROOFIJWtV I ROOFINC !
THE OUTCAST ELASTIC ME
TALLIC HOOFING" la offered to the public
as the beat and cheapest Metal Boof now used, Its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity, i polled to flat or ateep, old or new
buildinga. No solder used fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
rreparea sneers, ooxea tor snipment to any partoi
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders nromptly filled,
CALDWELL A CO,
yle-tl , 133 Wast Second street.
(CORNER OP MIAMI CANAL ANb
J TH1BD- STBKET, Cincinnati, Ohio, aro manu
factoring largely. Palmer's celebrates Hydraulic
Force and Lift Pnmp. Also, bis Portable Steam
Engines. All those who are about to purchase
PlJitlPS for Tanaerl-s. Breweries. Dlatll
lertea, Dry Dock-. Paper Mills Railroad
ttatlona, Itllnea wrecking: Purpose, or, in
fact, for any purpose where a pnmp la needed, will
And it to their advantage to call and aee the work
ing of these valuable inventions, or address the
PALMEtt PUMP COM PAH If for a oiroular, which
will furnish the names of many who bava used these
Pnmpa with perfeot aatifacilon. deaidia
I HAVE JUST OPENED A LOT Of
Bisque) and China Figures, Fancy Inkatanu
Vases, Jewel and Match-boxes, Fancy Shaving an)
Work-boxes, and other Fancy Goods too nuraerom
to mention, suitable for the Holidays, which I will
sell cheaper than any other establishment in the
city. . BKNBT DAYID,
No. 27S Mnln-streot, between Sixth and Seventh.
N. B. Also a new lot of Fancyi.Boapa, Ferlnmorj,
E. tracts. Ha. ' '
No. 48 iVOtjttrU-STREET,
delMf LOTJKON BUILDIHO.
, ; HEAD-QUARTERS VOK
Boots & Shoes !
I HATE NOW IN STOUff A LARGE
and superior stock of Boot, Shoes and Slippers,
whioh for extent and variety la not surpassed west of
fiew lora. mj prices are reasonaDie; situ roes call,
, DKTEBa.M Weal Fourta-st.
BUSINESS CARDS iiV
R. Hi CAR AND SWITCH LOCKS,
Door and Gate-Springs, ,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public ax respectfully invited to call and ex.
amine tha variona pattern! and price, All Jobbing
promptly attended to
. . gkorgk McGregor.,
noSom No. 1M Fifth-street, Jd door from Ban.
A. B. COLVILLE,
No, 41 ISaat Second-street, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Cincinnati, keeps every description of ,
Cannier, Platform, Cattle, Rnllroad Depot,
and Track noules; Tracts,
Bepalrng done on the shortest aotloa. nol-dra
B. EITTREDGE & CO
134 MAIN 8TBUET, CINClNflATl, 0. '
65 BI. Oharlea street, Saw Orleans, L a
Importers of Guns cV Beer ting Apparatas,
AND DIALIBB Offal rOWDlB.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
IU1ANUFACTURERS 07 BAR. SHEET
I'-l and Boiler Iron, Plow Blabs, Ballroai spikes
Kto. Also, Aients for the sale of 1 ronton &vn Nells
Ware rooms So. It Kaat Beoond Street, Cln-lnnat 1
r All kin. I j Iron made to order.
CLEANER OF SINES AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Blitli-etreet, between Tine and Mace, In
the Hodlcal College, Cincinnati, Ohio, Persons who
may lavur mm wica weir patrouage,can retype pnno
mauiy auu low prices. epi-ay
Money! Money! money!
Removed from 56 West Sixth-street. 1
fofONEY LOANElToir WATCHE8. JEW
XVJS.JELJBT an all kinds of Merchandise, at kits
rates of interest, at No. 13 Vlne-atreet, b-tween
Bonne, ana emu... m
PHI LAOELPHIA ,,
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 81 FIFTH-STBEUT, SOUTH SIDE,
(Near the corner of Tine,)
C. L. VIC'ILERS. Froorietor.
Oyatrs and Game served in all styles. Meals at all
II. P. EL1AS
WiTCII & JEWELRY IIOVSB
16 West Fourth Street
Where can be bad every article appertaining to the
Business at a moot lese price, for CASH, than
las ever before been offered la this market. ,
GIVE US A CALL"
No. 64X N. H. Cor. Fifth and Lodge streets, between
Walnut and Tine, Cincinnati.
HPECTACLH, etc.. kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and .Repairing
Watches and Jewelry. mylO
BEGGS SMITH, No. 6 West 4tft St.
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment cf WatohM. Jiv--
SUvorware and Diamonds.
A floe assortment of Plated Tea Beta and Cnllr
and Opera masses. 124
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
lilt. SAJl'li SIXSKUt
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THIS HKIN, RHEUMATISM, DIHEAHK8 OT
WOMEN, and such Cbroulo complaints as maybe
benefitted by the Hygyonio and Atmopathlo system
Vapor, Bulphnr, Iodine, Arsenic, Heronry, Tur
kish, litissian and JClectro-Uhemical Batha, a Uls
peniary of Medicine, and every manner of Electrlo
NO. 87 WEST BEVENTH-HTBIBT.
gyoffioe hears A. M. to 5
R. 8. NEWTON, M. D.
Offl., 00 Weit Soventh Street,
SXTWSIK T1I AKO llOg.
O. E. NEWTON, M. X.
Ornoi He. 90 West Seventh street, between Vine
and Baca. Besidinge No. si Seventh street, be.
weeu naiuufc aim v luu, vrrios UOUBS 7. SO 0
A, M , lto3SP. M.sTftogP.M.
WM. M: HUNTER,
(Uncoesaor lo Knowlton A Taft.)
"Fk TT. TST T1 T fi T
e a s a jaw
No. S(l West Fourth St., bet. Walnut oV Vine
CINCINNATI, OHIO. ,
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double lock-Stitoh
BEOUBED BT BECINT LKTTKB8 PATENT.
nM& MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO-
NOPNOBD bv all competent Judaea, who
have aeon it, to be the beat and moat desirable Fam
ily Hewing Maohlne ever Introduced, resjardleaa
of price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to the very II nest fabrics made,
and uaea all klnda of thread, from No. 8 to 300. ,
No oil Is used en top of the Machine.
oeuu tor circular, or can ana aee it in operation.
Cpon early application, HUteand County Bights may
Aneaergetlo person can make a fortune In a short
lime. Agenta wanted In nil unsold territory.
8cle ud exclusive aaent'for'the United States,
senJOgt 9B West Fonrth-atreet. Cincinnati.
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
., nMrt to Smith 4 NUon's Hall, Cincinnati,
Ohio. A splendid Gift, worth from 60 cents to 100,
will be given with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at tha time of tale,
Gifts consist of Oold and Slvor Watches, Ladles'
Solid Oold Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, fine Oold
Bracelets, Gems' Goid Veauchalns, and a large va
riety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
Ladies and gentlemen nre respectfully invited to
call and examine oar stock.
. A. A. KELLEY, ,
,, Publisher and Gift Bookeeller,
no21-tf . No.28 West fourth-street.
awT ,Y, Q
... ' tt n ' A I
gQyw ,',v JJiisf mam i 6
r me the Pieces!1,
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE FOR
mending Furniture. Toys, Orockory. Glass
ware, Ao. , '
Wholesale Depot, NO. DO Platt-street, New York.
: Address UiNtl 0. HPALD1NGV 4 00.,
.- , . Bcx Mo.M?, New Tork.
Fnt np for Dealers In Oases containing fonr, sight,
and twelve dotenr a b.)aotlul Lltbofraph Jthow
Oard acooiapntiylDg each jckage.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
(fJfaJ Spiced Oyitert
:V- y PIOKLKDOYCTBRS
faTlIIK HTITlHnRTmtR Tfl NOW REOEIV.
M. I NO DAILY, by the Adams Ixpress, HALT.
ni uworia-renowneo uainmore
Fresh Caa, Keg and Shell Oytten.
Fresh, Eermeticall.sealed 00Y, 8PI0BD a
VIOKLBD OYUTEBo. , ,
ROSEET ORE, Agent
Depot, II Wast tifthtreet
a AV AGNA'S
Oyster Importing Houses
. . NO. 31 WEST FIBTnTRKBT.
HE SUBSCRIBER IS . NOW BEOEIV-
INO dailr. ner liereas. his sslendld Orators.
Having completed arrangements In Baltimore 1 on
the most eitensivs scale, I will at all times dnrimi
tha season be prepared to furnish my friends, "ana
the rest of mankind," with the most DELICIOUS
BIVALVES Imported to the Qneen Olty. None bnl
the very beat Imported, Great inducements offered
at this Importlng-hotue.
and promptly filled. Terms cash.
rii i r.it sja v aunai
Boje In)pprtan j Proprietor.
J. FARROW & SON'S
piELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received dally Dy toe Adams Jtx-
Sress Oompany, in whole and half oans.
.11 Oysters sold warranted fresh and of
the very beet Quality. J. B. 0W1NG8,
Agent. No. 27 fifth-street, bet, Main
N. B. The trade supplied on the most liberal
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAT & 00.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
(BOTH HAND AND POWKB.) '
And nil kinds ot Printing Materials, Noe.
173, ITS and ITT West Heeond-street,
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MEDAL JOBBER. Within tha W
eighteen months we have introduced them into four
teen dmerentStateeof the Onion, with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power is
applied to the center of the platen; consequently
there Is no possibility of its springing from any
amount of pressure. The motion is ao transmitted
to It as to canse a dwell on the point of contact with
, c I : . rmnum,m u , neu .
.iiv luriu. lununuH a. rniu aui im.maooxja at
a high rate of speed.
Printers in want of the BUST JOBBER should
not purchase elsewhere without aiving this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WAL BANTED to give the most entire satis
THE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
BUBOLAB PBOOF SA FBS.-They have given
more satisfaction than any other now in nse.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOs
IiAKS to any person that can, up to the present
time, show a single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this SAFK we challenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
tost with any establishment .in the Union, and the
party failing Brat, to forfeit to the other, the sum
Vi e are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at lest
oost, than any other manufacturer In the United
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
We respectfully invite the pnlalio to call and exam
ine our atock before pnrchasing elsewhere.
HALL, OABBOLIi A 00.,
anglZ-yt Hraj. 16 and 17 East Columbia street.
Wi B. DODDS,
W. B. Doddi & Co.,
auirrriOTtntxiis or tn '
lire and Burglar Prool
s a p m mi-
8. W. Corner of Vine Hwoni Street.
Thll Is the most reliable FIB1 AND BTJBOLA
PROOF SAFK that la made In the United States, and
is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices), and la of better workmanship than
can be fonnd elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on band, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Takes In exohange. BBOOND-HAND BARS al
ways on hand at extremely low prices. m
WINDER'S PATENT SPRING-CORD
t . BB D-BOTTOM nan be applied to any
bedstead, old or new, in ten minutes. Elastic
Dnrable-Obnap. Dlspenaes entirely with slats, of
which so ranch complaint Is mads. Also, an assort
ment of Bedateade for sale, with Spring Bottoms In.
Oall and examine them at No. 173 Vine-street.
. lalOam O P. A H. WABBCN.
MAKES AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
IIMBS in a superior manner. , BaUsfactory
rafarenoat given. Address Ho. U Syoamors-street,
Cjwaas of siroat. . . ,,, , ;, delO
RV M 0 VALr-B. OSMOND,- M. , D.,
Dentist, has nmoved to nCVine-streot, near
vavealh, opposite to as OBoe. bo-Ub)
BY 8TATE, AlJHOEITy.
Incorporated 181 9. darter Perpetual
W Agency established in Cincinnati In lh'iS, an
tedating all present local Insuranoe Companies and
Agencies In the Insurance business In this olty, J J
rears constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
erienoe, enterprise and liberality, especially com
tnend the jETNA Insnranoe Oompany to the fayora
ble patronage of this commnnlay-atandlag solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Wndonetl underwriters of 18'i5.
Leases paid la Clmlnnatl dniinsj Past Btwa
Years, 913i0a4 t7.
AB80LCTB AND DNIMPAIBBD. WITH a.
SURPLUS OF $1,030,423 80.
And the prestige of 40 years icooesa and expealtnos,
Our $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
mnniana no sio.aan.nnfl. fiMSKg
Have been paid by thetna Insarance Oompany In
Fire and Inland NnvlatloB.-Btaka accepted
at terms oo nils tent with solvency and fair profits,
special attention given to Insuranoe of Dwellings
and Oontents, for terms of 1 to Dy t.
Application made to any duly .nthorlied Agent
tromptly attended to. By strlot attention to a legit
imate Insnranoe batlness, this Oompany is enabled
tootferbothludemntty for the past and security for
the future. P llclaa Issued without delay by
JAB. 11. OA tTEB, Agent, No. iO Main street.
. A. F. PATO i. Assistant Agent.
H. K. LIND BY, Agent 171 Vine street. . m
J. i. HOOKA !, Agent. Fulton. I7tu Ward, aol
toe past 4u years.
WE8TEBN INSURANCE 00MPAN1
i OF" CINCINNATI.
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. ! Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This Oompany is taking Fire, Inland and Marine
Bisks at current rates of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid,
D1BK0T0BS: ' '
f F Eckert, F Ball. 8 W Pomeroy,
William Glenn. W 0 Whlkher, W 0 Maun.
Robert Mitchell, W H Oomstock, L 0 E Stone,
Bobt Buchanan, COOhaw, Geo Stall,
Wm Hellew, Beth Kvans, J U Taatt'e,
David Gibson, 11 Brachman, J 0 Iauam,
H Clearwater, Thos B Elliott.
T. F. KUKERT, President.
Btmhih Mob9, Secretary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood. lsaao 0. Oopelen,
James F. Cunningham, Sydney S. Clark,
Andrew Krkenbrecher, ' Joseph Beakirt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George B. Dixon.
ISAAC 0. OOPELEN, President;
6eo. W. OOHMN, Secretary.
A. M. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
Risks, on favorable terms. Office No. t West Third
street, Trust Oo. Building. nosbfm
National Insurance Co.,
' C'lnolnnntli Ohio.
(Office South-west Oor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
- Fire Bisks
TAKEN AT CUIIBBNT RATES. ;- ,
John Burgoyne, I M Smith, BObert Moore, ,
Wm Hepwortb, Obas L Moore, M Fechheimer,
F X Wiedemer. Thos Onir. H W Hmith.
J L Boss. Thos B Biggs, Henry Ellis.
a. O. UBNBB, Seo'y. JNO. BUBOOxNE, Pres. :
noemm r. a. aPBiOMAN, Burveyor.
Cincinnati Insarance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1820.
OFFICE NO, 4 FEONT-STREET. IN
SUBKS against Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
Jno.WHartwell, Allen Oollior, William Besor.
John W Kills, JainssLuplon, Obas.W Rowland,
John W lludloy. James A Frazer, J W Can fluid,
U T Woodrow, BMW Taylor, A 8 Wluslow.
OS Williams, H McBimey, Bowman 0 Baker.
n m JOHN W. HABTWBLL, President.
Q. W.WiLLiaM8,8eorotary. nog
FlItK AND niABINB. ,
Eagle Insurance Company,
, J. W. QARK1S0N, President.
8, W. BEEDEB, Secretary, . . . . .
Directors Henry Kesaler, Anthony Fay, Wm.
Wood, J. W. Gan lsou, Samuel H. Taft, George W.
Towuley. Smith Betta. . .
SvavatOBB J. B. Lawder and David Baker. de9ay
sejsod tupk nou3)idds no ;us sninsiio .ata
tHi-itluinioo pan iioi-njoiiOjH 'kq 'jr
'00 2? H3HVH 'M. 'M.
-sjsiiog pus 90a a eqr)TCj 'oy 8ama
qis08utiog 9j)0a juojj 'aouqow lutnfj 'uau
-utu jepuu pas aeddn moq Cfo jraoj'eeiutUji-wrjr
noiii moma ni io. iai 'sazis an V
'sniHPtl pn ujoo
ni)iOfl pais JSaipurJO 9qnoj
WILSON, GARJjICK & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
BALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
Offlce north-west corner Sixth and Main-streets,
Oinclnnati, opposite the Oalt House.
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
in the General Produce and Oommission Business,
under the style of Wilson, Oarlick A Oo., respect
fully tender their services and solicit the patronage of
their friends and the public. Particular attention
paid to buying and selling Bogs, Whisky, Floor,
Grain, 4c. Their charges will lie aa moderate as
any other good house In the a My, Befer lo the mer
chants of OinoinuaU generally.
A. WILSON, JR., '
noffbm . Ii. T. BAUU.
PATENT MACHINE-MADE- PAPER
BAGS, for Grocers, Druggists, Tea Dealer and
"o'rom extra qnalfty of Wrapping, ale
ills and White Tea Paper.
WO,oooNo. 1 Wrapping and Manilla; '
i Joo.ooono. 1 ,. , , . .
200,000 No, I ' "
JOO.OOONo, 4 ' "" '
JOO.OOO No. 4 i '
KI,000No. 8 " ; , ,
300,000 No. 11 ! '
2UO,000 No. 15 " .
,. , , . 800,000 Ne. 18 ,
J00,000No.20 ' '" ' ..-
800,000No. 34 . , ;!.:
aoo,uoONo. ,,?., ,...,
Tha above are put up iu paokages of 500 bags saeb .
We are manufactarlng fcom iixty to seveuty-flie
thousand Bags per day
NIXON A CHATFIBLD,
Pnnap Raff Mu,nf..tnM
And Wholesale Paper Dealers, '
' 77 and 7 Walnut-street. 1
Feathers and Winter Millinory, 1
Of every description, which I am selling at a amsl
advanoe on New Tork prices, wholesale and retail,
T WEBB, Jr .
not 184 fifth-street, bet. Bace and Blmi
CANDY I OAND5 .
' is:.: sr. G&jxjEVEZj
Manurctiireni iui Whol Mle Vtit
FINE AND PLAIN CiSDIS. '
' tl jl ;! t,..- in)'-1 K S4 ifl :
40 MAIM STREET,' CINCIWHATl
WM. II. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND U0UN8ELL0B AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of the Superior and Oommon Fleas
Oourta, Bank Building, north west corner of Mala
ad Third -streets. ; . . , not
ElBArUN TYPH AND STERE0TYP1
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
Tha gBortast lonte between Cincinnati . '
Three PaseengerTralnsleaveOinolnnatl dally, from V
the foot of M (Hand Front streets.
HtSO A. m.-hlcago Wall arrives at Indianapolis "
U?:M) P. M., Ohicago at 10:90 P. M. This train '
xmnecta with all night trains ont of Chicago for '
the Weat and North-west; connects at Indlanap".
lis with ' trains for Tenre Haute : also with 1'ei o .
trains for Peri. Logans port, fori Wayne and T.. '
ledo.; '- . 'i , i... , i . , ! , ii . ,
X. nS Tan TT.nf a .hJ l.,f.Mll.
dommodatlon arrives at Indianapolis at 6:16 P.M..
making direct connections at Indianapolis with La- -tayette
trains for Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Uuln. v
oy, Hannibal and St. Joseph. , ,
- 7 Pr M. Ohloago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:15 A. M., making clese connections at (Jlilcajo ,
villi all MAml..H7na An. , I V. I .
i ..u w.. h.v. u.um i,iu. uu. v. yu(vasu : '
Sleeping oars are attached to alt the night trains '- '
on this line, and run through, to Chicago without
change of cars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and rellablearrangements .
with all connective; roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual oare ana the amplest ao
oommodations to the patrons ol this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line la need
if hen necessary, to govern the movement of trains, ,
aud Xioughridgo's celebrated Patent Brakes, are st
lacbed to all paasenger trains', by which they canoe '
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern im
ptovements neoeaaary for the comfort aud safety ot
passengers, the maaagers of this road hare liberidly
piovtded."' . ; . . ...
Smoklngiars n this line.
Be sure yon we in the right ticket office before .
ron purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
fare the same as by any other Nate. Baggage
THBOUGH Tl OBIITB, tool nntil used, oan be ob.
lalned at the ttekst onlees, at Spencer Hortae Corner
aorth-west corner Broadway and front; P.o. 1 Bur
net Hotise Oorneri at the Wulaut-street Hones, and
at Depot oflioo, loo I of Mill, on front street, when
unnecessary Information raif be bad.
Omnibuses roa to and frjis each train, and w'
jail for passengers at all uolili and all parts ol It,
iter. bl leavlnff aArf wuk.it h.r nffiA.
i ... W, H. L.NOBLK,
noU , m General Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
CJIX DAILY TBAINS LEAVB TBI
K-v Sixth-street Depot.
Trains run throngh to Cleveland Bandoaky, To.,
ledo and Indianapolis without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, western, North
tin and North-western cities,
B A. III. K.XPKKHS THAIN For Hamilton,
Richmond. Indianapolis, Lafayet te, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Connects at Bichmond with 0. and
0. Boad for Logansport; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ao.
, Ti30 A.M. TaAlPI-For Dayton, Springfield,
aandusky, Toledo and Ohloago: This train makes '
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the '
same evening. Also connects at Ubbana roa Co-
luhbus; at Bellefontaine with B. and I. B. B., Knsl
aud West: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Bailroad East aud West: at Clyde with
Cleveland and Toledo Bailroad trains far Cleveland ;
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
cheater and Atuncte. '
10 A. III. KXPRENSTTtAm-For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, and allEaatero cities. Also connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Eastern cities. ' . s ,
:i40 P. N. TRAIN For Hamilton, Bichmond
Indianapolis, Terre Haute and Saint Lonle;i !
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, dto. , '
5:30 P. M. TR.AIN For Dayton, Springfield, '
Bellefontaine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and '
all points In Canada. Connects at Bellefontaine with
U. and I. B. B East and West.
, lliiO P. BI. KX I'HKH TRAIN For Clove,
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,'
New Tork, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities.
AWThe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M., leaves daily sxoirr batpbdats, All other
trains leave daily ixoept BVMDAys;
For further information and Tickets, apply at tha
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 109 Walnut-street, nearKlibson House; al
the new Ticket Office, on the west side of Vine-street.
betweenPostoffloe and llornet Honse: at the Walnut
street House, (or at the Hlxlh-street Depot.
no!2 D. Mol.A BEN, Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three -Trains Daily. ,
Two Through. Express Trains.
E1IRST TRAINDAY EXPRESS AT 19
.C A.M., connects via Colunibna and Cleveland;
via Coluinuus, Bteubonville and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Coliini
bus and fiellalr (Wheeling). Also, for Springfield.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
HKCONO TKAIN-Colnmbas Accommodation
at 4i40 P. M. This train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati aud
TlilKD TRAIN Night Express at 1ti30 P.
M., connects via Colambus and Bellair (Wheeling):
via Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Cleveland. , ,
This Train strips at Loveland, Morrow, Xonia
and London. SLEEPING OA US ON THIS TBA1N.
tirTbe Day Express rnns through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubenvillo, wltboni
changoofcars. , , t
The NIGHT XXPBEB8 Train leaving Cincinnati
at llt.'IOP. M., rnns dally, except SATDHDAXS.
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 all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street Honse.No. 4 Bur
net House, sonth-eastoorner of Broadway and Frost
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, whioh Is seven mln
otoe faster than Cincinnati tlsie.
J. DTJBAND, Bnp't.
Omnltinses call for passengers by leaving directions
at the Ticket Offices. , now
AND XENIA RAILROAD. Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
. THBODGH WIXHOOT OffANGB OF CABS.
Two Daily Trains lor Vincennes, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 7:30 A, M.,and 7:80 P. M. V i
hJ9l.I)"'.TraiA,.S)r Xulavllle, at 7: A.M.
3:00 P. M., and 7:80 P.M.;
One Train for Xvansvllle at 7:S0 P. H,
The Trains connect at St. Lonls for all points In
Kansas aud Nebraska, Hannibal, Qninoy and Koo.
kuk; at St. Lonls and Cairo for Memphis, Vlcksbnrg,
Natchez and New Orleans. , "
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:80 P. M. ,
Betuekiko Fast Line Leaves East St. Lonls,
Bondays excepted, at 4:90 A. M., arriving at Cincln
natl at 10:19 P. M. ,
Bxrsaas Tbaix Leaves last St. Lonls dallyat 4:M
P. M arriving at Cincinnati at 8:24 A.M.
.!,. FOB THROUGH TICKETS
To all points West ar.d South, please apply at tbe
offloes. Walnut-street Honse, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No. I Burnet Honse, corner oraoe,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
Honse Office, and at the Depot, cornor Front ana Mill,
.treats. W. H.OLEMNTTden'l.Snperinteident.
Omnibuses call for passengers. oc39
Cincinnati, Richmond &
totuth Route for
TliKKI HAI TI. .. .. , ,
, , IftUOAOO,
fWO AjrmHBpTj81 IT BAiNBreSUto"
Oinolnaati and Chicago Boads, for AndeisonTKoko.
l-in V M IrKTm i ifliint la'1 ntrtiiA Afi a
low connection it Jndtoiwpolit. JjfnjPottnd (JLU
IflUiid, Qftlenbarg, Keuoflhi. .UftOrofln. JthtkMtivnir
in will a Um.lnntn Ml1.eMV. M '
sMlhmilafh Ttflksslal aVfmi Anil flassHi'. aL.aL .A
throngh. " T" ZT"W -
For furtherlnfonnatlon and Throngh Tloketa.aa.
ply to Tloket Onlces, north-east corner ol Front and
Broadway! No. IMI Walnut strj-4 near FourthTat
sooth-east oorner of Fourth ahVlaa ilreet, or 5
Dnnleith, Baclne, Decatur, Bloomington, Joliet. La
Salle.Bt. Paol.and autown. andoitle. in the North