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THEPBE88
TUESDAY..
.JANUARY 1?
[From the Ohio State Journal.]
A REMINISCENCE OF THE RAIN.
BY MABLE ST. CLAIR.
Our dark tronwa sweeping the window pane,
Looked w oat at th summer rain,
Pattering down on th atony atreet
Like the hurried tread of impatient feet,
Dropping do wn from tha mossy eaves,
Bathing tha velvet creeper leaf ee.
Bor snowy arm wu around me thrown.
And her silvery voloe, in a low tweet tune,
iota me now for years nan lain
The loied of har heart, where the tutumer rain,
Wu tWH nn In tha llllv belli
Like unshed tear in Ibelr secret well. .
Lillie that blossomed and withered, too, ..
O'er the truest heart her girl-hood knew.
Teara liece bare gone, and all alone
I watch by the window. Iler low aweet tuna
Is hushed. One golden Autumn day ,
They parted the tangled vines away
And struck the apnde is the grassy aon,
But sut the harp at the throne ofGod. ; .
Sometimes in joy I quite forget
Her ringing laugh and onrla of jet.
Hut when tne rain couioa down a now, '
W ith a aaddened heart and a thoughtful brow
1 watch It patter along the street,
O Vr the pasture lards, and fields of whoat,
And warmer drops, than drops of rain
Trickle down the window pane, .--
The Sportive Blow and the Corsican's
Crime.
"Do you see, sir, that broken mrst and
that blaokonea fragment of the hulk of a
vessel hinjr there among the rooks?"
I nodded in the affirmative, and he
continued: , ".'
"They remind us here of a dreadful
erent whioh happened a few weeks ago.
'J'hat ship, La Belle Epouse, of Marseilles,
that was anchored in the very spot where
we are now, yes, precisely where the brig
is her chain cable taut to that pillar
tin ehoro, her hawsers cast off bore, just
as we aro moored, was blown into the air
one fine morning.
"By what aooidont," 1 inquired.
"Oh, by no aooidont,1' said my interlo
cutor; "it was coolly done by a L'orsican.
You know how revengoful Italians and
Corsioans are," and he told with much
emphasis, and a laudable proportion of
repetition and rigamarole, the following
dreadful anecdote, which was afterward
confirmed to me by many persons:
The master of the Belle Epouse was
the son of a respectable merchant of
.Marseilles, and a handsome, well-informed
young man, far superior to the run of
commanders ot trading vessels in . ui
Meditteranean During two or three j
voyages to the Levant, he had with him, j
as mate, a Corsican of about his own age,
to whom he was much attached. A j
anasomevouin,anuoiBupenormne?
like himself, the mate was treated at all
r . j . . '
.vUKw? ... - i
cabin the distinctions of condition disap
peared and the Marseilles and the Cor
sican lived like friends.
In their familiar intercourse, these two
young men were accustomed to pass jokes
on each other; at times to proceed to
practical wit, excusable perhaps to ex
uberantly spirited youth, but which is
always so dangerous were the blood is
warm. On the last voyage, as they were
returning from Alexandria, aud gay and
friendly as ever, tha Corsican received if
blow a slap on the cheekit was given
in play by the captain, but oonvorted into
deadly injury and insupportable insult by
the mate. From that moment the too sus
ceptible islander never spoke to his cap
tain save on duty; he brooded incessantly
over the blow, and when they had oome to
anchor in the Quarantine ground of Mar
seilles, his fellings, whatever .they were,
resolved themselves into a most fearful
deed. One morning, as tho captain was
lying reading on a hen-coop on the quar
terdeck, and two gardiens were quietly
smoking their clay pipes on the poop of
the vessel, he went down to the cabin in
which he had spent so many happy hours
with his friend rathor than master, and
opening the sainte-barbe, or powder
magazine, set fire to its contents.
'1 he magazine was well furnished, and
the explosion, in consequence, terriblo.
To tho dismay of the shipping, all
moored at a short distance from each
other in the Quarantine ground, a white
smoke, a whiter blaze burst from her, and
in the next instant La Belle Epouse flew
high into tho atmosphere with an as
tounding roar, dreadful as what aocom
panies the ejection of somo huge mass
Irom a volcano. When the disjointed
members of the brig returned to their
own element, and persons could approach,
they found the dead bodies of the Corsi
cao, the captain, the two guards, and the
cabin-boy, who was below at the time the
deliberate incendiary opened the maga
zine. The Bailors to tho number of
Beven or eight, who were forward at the
moment of the explosion, were pickod up
alive, but all more or leBB wounded and
bruised. The dead were gathered to
gether on a rock; they presented a horrid
spectaclo, but it was said by thoeo that
saw them that while the faces of tho
murdered appeared calm or languid, as
those struck by lightning, the face of the
murderer, though black as coal from its
closo contact with the powder, wore an
expression of triumph, mixed with not
human hate but revenge.
Painful Contrast. Going from mar
ket the other day, 'we observed a very
small boy, who gave no special indication,
by dress or faoo, of other than ordinary
sensations or training in life, carrying a
basket that was so heavy as nearly to
boar him down beneath it. We ob
served: .
"My boy you have a heavy load,"
"Yes," said he, "but I'd rather carry it
Mian mother snouia. .
The remark was one we love to hoar:
but we do not know as we should have
thought enough of it to have chronicled
it, bad we not seen, across the street,
highly accomplished young lady playing
the piano, while her mother was washing
the windows. , We have no reason for
forestalling the reflection and comparisons
ot our readers on tnese tacts.
Junior Applied to Women's Names.
It is seldom that a mother and daughter.
I IV. rL
uitiiug uiq ouiuo varuuaa Dame are
distinguished otherwise than as Mrs. and
Misk but a mnele instance of the daueh
ter's being called junior has come to my
knowledge. - Among the grantees in the
charter of Irasburg, Vt, appear the
names of Jeruoha Enos and Jerusha Enos,
iff.) wtfll known to the wife and daughter
ofjohe of the early settlers. Historical
Magazine.
, Th, WjttOKO ; Em "Come here, you
young scamp, and get a sound spanking.
Scholar "Yon haint got no right to spank
me, and the eopy-yov just set sez so,"
Teacher "I should like to hear you read
that copy.; ''; Scholar "You shall"
(rn idsj. ' "Let all (he ends thou aimest at
be thy country's, and so forth; and when
you are a spankin' me, you sunt aiming
t no puoh end,"
A Tkaghdy o Lifh. -In reviewing a
new novel called "Against . Wind and
Tide," by Holme Lee, the London Athe
naeum remarks: ' ;
We have mot with few things superior
to the account of Margaret Hawthorne
sitting on tho fallon tree, . in the dim twi
light, praying to be delivered from evil
and kept from temptation, knowing that
the man who had cruelly and dishonorably
wronged her (by an illegal marriage) had
come back, and was, as she believed,
seeking her presonoo, but not knowing
that he had returned a free man, with
tho design of "atoning for past wrong,
and winning' present Happiness by mar
rying her truly;" not knowing that even
then he was standing olose boside her.
although unperceived by her. "Finding,
instead of the beauty and graoe he re
membered, a woman separated from him
in state and station by ten long years of
almost menial work a woman older than
her age, thin to emaoiation, sorrowful
almost to apathy," he was touched; but
he was repelled, and he goes away with
out saying a word only ho Bends a
mussage, through the clergyman, offering
to take the children, and bring them up
in his own sphere. One of them goes, the
other (they are twin brothers) refuses,
and remains with his mother. Margaret
Hawthorne, dilivered from the hope and
fear which had gnawed her life, dies
quietly and without complaint, fading
out of life and out of the story, her work
being dono. Margaret Hawthorne haa
nothing to do with the after Btory, though
if takes its root in hor life and death.
There is nothing in the rest of the book
that comes near this short episode for
simple tragical pathos and quite restrained
power. There is no strong oolorinfy very
few epithets: tho incidents aro indicated
and shadowed out, rather than detailed
but they are true to life and death; tho
readers touched with a pity deeper than
words or tears can speak it."
Inflated Style. In a judicious criti
cism on a now book, the Boston Courier
gays: "We have spoken of the affluence
of the author's style. It is exceedingly
ftnd word9worJd remembered
fromol(1 . or trathered fromauaint
and aff met with on
Fverything must needs be
degri fv(, arebn0 level
h ,d . &i , ht.
f we ovewhelmed- at
, f eor,eous
j:-.4r
auicutivca.
. ature is always uuing some-
thinif startlinff. she is never m rerjose
is
the storms are stormier than ever were
seen; faces flash upon people, as they
certainly never do in real life; mountains
climb as they were never known to do
before; and we have 'the wide, open
window with the distantly russet hills,
through its drowning down veils of pallor
mist to the valleys in their bosom, and
the cloudless sky that bent its ardent
arch, and with liery languors kissed the
nearer summits till they smoked,' what
ever this gorgeous accumulation of con
tradictory adjectives may mean."
Geniality of Chbistianity. Even the
friends of Christ are afraid religion will
be "made easy," and its stern prohibitions
and terrible denunciations be softened
down. But our Savior knew mankind far
better than we do. He did not keep back
the prohibitions aud denunciations, in
their just place and time. But with them
he intermingles gentle invitations, kind
persuasions, and most tender promises.
Among "tho fruits of the Spirit" enu
merated by the apostle, how many repre
sent the glad, aifec.tionate, joyous, hopeful
side of human nature!
The great necessity seems to be that
we should not misapprehend the actunl
nature of what is genial in Christianity
by confounding it with its worldly coun
terfeit So Christian cheerfulness is not
what unrenewed and unspiritual tusteu
recognize and relish under that name. 1 1
is a duty enjoined for the truth's sake, as
much as charity, or zeal, or wisdom is'
It is a part of wisdom. So of hope.
Henry Ward Beecher.
Manliness thb Purpose op Like. The
purpose of life is to form a manly char
acter, to get the best development of body
and spirit of miud, conscience, heart,
soul. This is the end; all else is tho
means. Accordingly, that is not tho
most successful life in which a man gets
the most pleasure, the most money or
ease, the most power or place, honor or
fame; but that which a man gets the most
manhood, performs the greatest, amount
of human duty, enjoys the greatest
iimount of human right, and requires the
greatest amount of manly character. It
1a of no importance whother he win this
by wearing a hod upon his shoulders, or
a crown upon his head. It is the charac
ter, and not the crown, I value. The
crown perishes with the head that wore
it; but the character lives with the im
mortal man who achieved it; and it is of
no oonsequenoe whether that immortal
man goes up to God from a throne or a
gallows. Theodore Parker.
The Eternal Autograph. The ma
terials with which the Eternal writes his
name may vary, but the stylo 'of the
hand-writing is evermoro'tho same. And
whether in illumined character no paints
it on the field, or in starry alphabet bids
it flame from the face of tho firmament
whother the works, in the curious mos'
saic of a shell, or in Hebrew letters in
scribes it on tables of stone, devotion rcc
oenizes its heavenly Father's hand and
admires with reverenoe the matchless au
tograph. ,
A Hibernian Compliment. An, Irish
waiter once complimented a salmon in the
following manner: "Faith it's not two
hours since that fish was walking round
his estate wid his hands in his pockets,
never dreaming what a pretty invitashun
he d have tojineyou gentleman at ain
ner.
HARRISON & COLLINS'
fKNTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, oor-
ner or VIRh and Western-row, fhotngraphs,
Melainotypea aud Ambrotypes taken cheaper than
elsewhere in the city. Oil uolored Fhotonapbi
made of all slr.ee, from life t o the smallest miniature,
Pictures neatly set in ljoci.eu, ureaat-pins, finger
ring and uraceiets. All wore warranted,
noie-ay A. B. BLOOM, Artist.
aTlHRISTMAS GOODS! JOHN BATES
has on hand a choice variety of luxuries for the
approaching festive season. Something for all I La
dles and gentlemen, large folks and little folks; such
anew tuinlna. Vlis.tlurrants. Prunes. Nut. Citron.
fresh Peaches, Strawberrlee and Plu-apples, Jellies
ana PraunM. TrftlmtAra. Hftlmon and eardlnes.
Oysters, Krosh, Core, Spiced and Pickled, Isinglass
and Gelatine, Fin Brandies, Maderla, Port, Sherry,
Catawba anil Champagne Wines, Jamaica Bum,
Scotch and Irish Whisky, Ac. Gentlemen will please
lot forget that thechoicest Havana Cigars are lo
naa at national 1 neater uuiiaing, (sycamore -suxei
. loeiyj . .
f RANHlLIN TYPE AND STKREOTYPI
a ronTuOBY, AM.1H0N. P.nperintndit
Il UlMagm4rlaisrfil It UAli WiVkbaiirt.l
be
BUSINESS CARDS
Door Locks,
it. r. car and switch locks,
,Door and Gate-Springs,'. '.'
HOUSE BELL. MATERIALS,
SILVER-PLATED DOOR-PLATES,
Bells Hung, Key Fitted.
The public ar respectfully Invited to call and ex
amine the various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
GKOKGB ItleGRKGOR,
nofcm No. US Fifth-street, id door from Baca.
3
A. B. COLVILLE,
3
Heal MannfaetarcTf
No. 41 Bast Second-street, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Uineinnatl, keeps every description 01
Cauntcr, Platform, utile, Rnllraad Depot,
, and Track Henlea) Tract,
Iron VVunsi, dco.
Bepalrng done on the shortest aotloe. " nol-Sa '
B. KITTREDGE & 00
134 MAIM STBIET, 01K0I NNAT1, 0. '
' KITREDQEeYFOLSOM, '
65 St. Oharles street, New Orleans, La
Imyrtri of Guns oV Spcrtln Apaarataa,
AND DIALIM IK evM fOWOIR.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.;
mf ANDFACIURJERS OF BAB, BHSST
iYJ.
and Boiler iron, now Biaos, tuuiroM apiaee
Jso, Agents for tne sale of lronton Bum Halle
-oms So. 19 Katt Seoond Street, UUHlnnaA i
Bto. Also,
Warerooma
Ohio.
nwAllklti Li Iron made to order.
LEENDEUT KYL,
(1 LEANER OP SINKS AND VAOLTB,
J Ho. 99 Slxth-atreet, between Vine and Ram, In
the Modicttl Oollexe, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Persons who
may favor mm wltnttt
toality and low prions,
heir patrouaee,can rely pnno.
ifloiicy ! iTIouty! , iUouey I ,
LOAN OFFICE.
Removed from 50 Weal 8Utk-atru
MONEY LOANBDON WATCHES, JKW
ELBY auJ all kinds of Merchandise, at low
Sates of internal, at ho. 171 Vine-street, Mtweeu
fourth and ruth. J4i
PHILADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
MO. 81.S rifTH-STBKIT, 80CTH BIDS,
(Near the corner of Vine,)
. V. L. TICKERS, Proprietor.
Oysters and Game aerved In aU styles. Heals at all
henra iiolcjp
a. P. EL1AS
Hew Wholesale
WITCH &JEl ELM IIOUSB
16 West Fourth Street
Where can be had every article appertaining: to the
Bnsineai at a ataoa lees price, for OABH, (baa
us ever before been offered in this market.
GIVE US A CALL"
And as for yonraehrea, apti
W M . WHITAKER,
JEWELBK,
3.,$4)t N. K. Cor. riAhand Lodge streets, between
Walunt and Vine. Oinclnnati.
A good assortment of SI L VEB and PLATED WABL
SFKCTACLS, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Bepalrlni
Watchea and Jewelry. mylO
BEGGS it SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ARB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their lante assortment of Watches. Jevralrr.
silverware and Diamonds.
A Dne assortment of Plated Tee Ball and On tier
t.d Opera Olaases. tM
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DR.SAM'l. S1LSBEE
SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
EJTHB 8K1.N, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOJlliN, and such Chronio complaints aa may be
benefitted by the Hygrenio and Atmopathlo system
of his office.
Vapor, Sulphnr, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tnr-
ttisb, Bussian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Dia
penury of Medicine, and every manner of Electric
andMairnetic Apparatus.
NO. 57 WEST HEVENTU-HTBEBT.
awOIBce heirs il A, M. to 6 anU-tft
R. S. KEWTOX, M. D.
Omoe, 90 West Seventh Street,
arrwiin Tim aid hoi.
106
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrioa Ne. 90 West Seventh atrnet. between Vina
and Bace. BcaiDioits Ho. 63 Seventh street, be-
ween Walnnt aud Vina, Ornoi Uouaa-7Ji to 8M
A, : to a P.
g P. M.
WM. M. HUNTER,
DENTIST,
noo
a6 VJne.mrcct.
J. TAFT,
(Successor to Knowlton A Tart.)
DENTIST.
Ho.M Went Fourth St., bet. Walunt & Vina
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
eett
$30. $30. $30. $30.
MOORS'S
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stiloh
SEODBKD BT BIOBMT L ITT BBS PATXHT.
r5HI& MACHINE . HAS BEEN PRO
- MOUNUII) by all eomnetant Inilm. wh
lave seen it, to De tne best and most desirable ram
iv Bewins macnine ever mtroanCMi. nnrS Ma
of nrtne. It will sew all kinds of faniTlv grade.
iruiu i.ue very luicaest w inevery nueBiiaoricsniaae,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 2U0,
No oil liuaed ea top of the Machine.
Bend fora cironlar. or call and se if In nnnratlnn.
Opon early appllcatlou,Statoand County Bights may
Iwsecnrod.
An energetlo person can make a fortnne In a short
time. Agents wanted in an nnsoiu territory. ..
, . , . C. IIUKT,1IAN,
Bcle uud exclnirive agent for the United States,
aepHiml 9H West fourth-street. Cincinnati.
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
next to Smith A Nixon's Hull fllnolnn.H
Ohio. A splendid Gift, worth from f cents to Slw,
will be given with every book for whlrh w nu-i
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
Ultts consist ot uoia ami Hiver Watches. Ladies'
Solid Oold Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, fine Gold
Bracelets, Gents' Oold Vest-chains, aud a large va
riety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
SO cents to 8110. -
battles ana gentlemen are respectlally invited to
call and examine our stock.
A. A. KELLEY,
Publisher and Gift Bookseller,
no21-tf No. 28 West Fonrth-etrmt.
TTSEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE FOR
mending furniture, Toys, Crockery, Olass.
ware, Ao. -
Wholesale Depot, no. 80 Pl itt.street, Mew York,
auarees nasal u, rra.L,uiri a iju
Kr.x Nn. S.MI. Hum Tnrk
Pnt np for Dealers In Oases containing four, eight.
k vara aeooapanymg eaoBspatgage,
ECONOMY I A
'Diapait!.!-.-: p
'J . Save the Pieces 1
,
;
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O. S. M AiLTB Y
paaxaa ia
Wo
FRESH CAN
YHTEIRS.
1 OY ST E R 8.C
ifif J Bpioed Oyitere
riCHIiED O Y8VKH8
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW B.ECSIV
INO DAIIT, by the Adams ipress, MALT
BX'8 world-renowned Baltimore : i .
Fresh Can, Key and Shell Oyiten.
Fresh. Rermetlcally-sealed 00V1, BPIOJD
ICEIfBDOVBTIBfl. , .. ,
EOBEfiT OSS, Agent
r-tf
Depqt, 11 Wssl Fifth -st reel
9
FKKBH
OYSTERS
-s a a a irt
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-8TH.EBT.
1HE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW BEOEIV-
INfl dallv. aer Kinrnss. his anlendid Orsteri.
Basing completed arrangements In Baltimore, ea
the most-extensive scale, I will at ell time during
the season be prepared to furnleh my friends, "and
tha rest or mankind," with the most DBLIOIOCB
B1VALVBS imported to the Qneen City. Nona but
the very best Imnorted. Great ladncementa otfered
at this Importlng-honse.
uraer sionoiteu ana promptly ni lea. xerme cau,
FBT Kll CAYAUNA,
aeplit Bole Importer auJ Proprietor.
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
a reoelved dally by the Adama Ex
Dress Com Dan v. In whole aud half cans.
AU Oysters sold warranted fresh and of
the vsry best onality. J. B. 0W1NOS,
Agent. Mo. 27 fifth-street, bet. Alain
ana wainut-streets.
N. B. The trade (applied on the most liberal
terms. . oeaftcm
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. 0. DAY & 00.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND POWKB,) '
And all kind ot Printing: Materials, Noa.
173, 17 nan 177 weal raerona-etrefii,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
JUd to onr MEDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months we hare introduced them Into four
teen d me rent states oi tne union, with tne 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 so transmitted
to it aa to canae a dwell on the noint of contact with
the form, insuring A PKlii"ECT 1MPBKSSI0N at
a nign rate oi speea.
iTinters in want oi tne nr-tn juddih snonia
not nnrchase elsewhere without aivina thla an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WABBANTID to give the moot entire eatis-
taction. nos
D ALL'S PATENT.
U Mi
V .,'4
K'f p "'sr
renHE most reliable fire and
M. BDROLAB PB001T BAFKB. They hare given
more snusiaoiion snan any oiner now in nse.
weonerarewara oi iink tuiiumanu uul
I.ARH to anv eerson that can. ns to the areeent
time, show a single Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents. i
with this BAFK wo challenge all competition, as
beinc the beat Fir PronF. RunrlMr Proof, or Vlre
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
less wun any estaousnmenc in tne union, ana tne
party failing Brat, to forfeit to the other, the sum
Of $2,000.
we
eare sreoarcd to furnish a better Bate, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer In the United
etaioa. i
ocona-hand Hatea of other makers, also on band.
Woresuectfnllv Invite the nnblin to call and exam.
ine onr stocc oeiore pnronastng eiaewnere.
JlAlili, UAUUUbli at uu.,
anj12Ayt Hna. In and 17 Kast Columbia street.
Wi B, DODDQ,
f ormtrlof HaU.Dodda Go.; lata TJrban.Dodd Oo.
W. II. Dodds V Co.,
' ' aAircricTtrnxa or ma
I OONOHIOT3D
Fire and Burglar Proof
s AF ia mi
i. W. Corner of Vine fc Second Street.
This Is the most reliable FIK1 AMD BDBGI.A
PROOF BAFK that la made In the United Btotea.and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and 1 of better workmamhlp than
pan urn luuuw eisewuere.
W have a large assortment on hand, and are'dt
wrnuaeu so ii as price mai oannot lau w Plea.
Old Safe
Takes la exchange. ' BSOOND-H AND BAJUS al-
wm, un mmuu as esitrameiy iqw eroe. 7j
ATITINDER'S PATENT SPRING-CORD
BCD-BOTTOM can be applied to any
liedstead, old or now, In ten minutes. Elastic
Durable Cheap. Dispense entirely with slats, of
wuicd so niur.n complaint is maae. aiso, an assorr.
litem or Heasteads rrr sale, with spring Bottoms i
Call and examine them at No. 171 Vine-street.
jalOam ' O F. H. WAKttUN.
mf AKE8 AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
XvJL
LIM B8 in a tnperlor manner. Batlrfactory
reference given. ' Address No, 1, Bycamore-etreet,
Itreel
delO
uorner or rom.
D1MOVAL.-B. OSMOND, M. D..
l Dertlit, has removed jo r;Vla-stt, uv
iVatih, opposite tM fea Oflge, BOUtOS
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VNSURANCK
Y. STATE AUTHORITY.
neorporatedl819. Charter Perpetual
BWAcorwT established In Cincinnati In IM'JS, an-
tedatlng all preaeat local Insurance Companies and
agenda in tne insurance uuaiuess iu -
year constant duty hero, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the ETNA Insnrano Compaay to thefavpra
hi.utnrn.M nf tl, la enmmnnibv tandlns solitary
and alone, the sole survivor aud living pioneer of
Utnoinnatl underwriters of 1S'J3.
Losses aaMla Claelaaatl darlagi vast TU
I ears, Biao,ut . .
OashOapitall,000.000.
tABHOLDTB AND DNIilPAIBIlD. WITH A
8UHPIUS OF 1,030,453 BO.
And the prestige of 40 years inooesa and expeaienoa.
MviBTMiNTfl or
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF 81 '.4,000,000, LOS8BS .
Have been paid by the Aitna Insnrance Company In
me past air years.
Tire anil In I ami Navigation Bisks aooented
at terms oonslstent with suivenoy and fair profit.
Isieolal attention alven to Inanrauce of Dwelling
and Content, for term of 1 to at" - . '
application maae to any amy .atnoruea Agent.
firomptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insnrance business, this Company 1 enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the pant and security for
the future. P liclaa issued without delay by
JAB. H. OA JTKB, Agent, No. it Main street.
tiA. T. PATO't, Assistant Agent.
H. K. LIND KV, Agent 171 Vine street.
.4.uuuB.a ., agent, jruiton. iiii naru. u
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
OF CINCINNATI.
DFFICB IN THE SECOND STORY 0?
No. 2 Kront-street, between Main and Bvoamore.
Thla Comnanv la tak n Fire, inland and Marine
Bisks at current rate of piemlnm.
Aiosaes fairly adjusted ana promptly peiu.
DIBKOfOBS:
T F Eckert, F Ball. 8 W Pomeroy, .
wunam uienu, wuwmicner, w u mann. .
Botwrt Mitchell, W H Com stock, I, 0 S gtouo,
Kobt Buchanan. OGBhaw. Geo Stall.
Wm Bel lew, . Beth Kvana, J H Taafle,
uavia uioson, i a xiracnjnau, j uxanam,
H Clearwater, Thos B Klllott.
i. . a,u&aitx, rresioeui.
8TIFHIN MoadB, Secretary. nos
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OP CINCINNATI, OHIO.
D1BKCTOH8:
William Wood. . Isaac 0. Uopelen,
James F. Cunningham, Byduey B. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbreclior, Joseph Beaklrt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George B, Dixon.
ISAAC O. OOPIXEN, President;
Uao. W. CopxtiN, BecretAry.
A. M. BOBB, Surveyor.
Is nrenared to issue Policie on Fire and Marine
bisks, on lavorauie terms, umce ao. s west irura
street, Trust Co. Bulldiug. no8bfm
National Insurance Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio, .
(OlHce South-west Cor. Main aud Front-streets.!
Marine, Inland Transportation, and
TAKKN AT CURRENT KATK9.
nimr.iiTiBH.
.loan Burgoyne, K at tjnittn,
Bobert Moore.
wm uepwortu, una u moore,
F X Windeiner. TbolOnc.
M Fechhoimer,
B W Smith,
i U Boss. The U Biggs.
Henry Kiln.
U. C. DBHEB. Bec'v. JNO. BUHGOYNK. frea.
noBbfm P. A. SrBtOMAM, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1820.
CAPITAL $150,000.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
8UBKS against Loss and Damage by Fir; also:
Peril of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
DimCflTORS;
Jno.WBartwell, Allen Collier, William Resor.
John W Kills, James Lupton, Cbaa.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, Jumes A Frazer, J W Canfleld,
DTWoodrow, BMW Taylor, ABWinslow,
0 8 Williams, H McBlrney, Bowman C Baker.
JutiN w. xtABX'wlCiiL, President, .
tt. W. Williams. Becretary. noj
FIHE AND MAKINB.
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI.
J. W. GARRISON. PnBldent.
8. W.
nnj&iisjit, oecretary.
Diueotokx Henrr Kesslar. Anthnnv Fav Wm.
uuu. w. . U.I1IDUU, OWUW1 a. ABlb. UWIIKV VT
Townley. Bmlth Betts.
11",,,., 1 iir ' . : 1 1 1 m.. rt . . - n'
8uavvoB8-J. B. Lawder and David Baker, de9ay
aioi-Voo" -sdu
sirjiaod mi ao)eoidde no tne uiuoj0
HMa-tqratiiO) putt iioj-tui8 ) 'a ;u
SJ9II0PI run sanigasr eineuoj "ov 'Hunioa
n.Pf)!(niiog miinj Jnoj 'aaumoeni inrafl 'sjou
ntu jepun pu Jeddu q)oq ('pOi 4M0psamj j-mrr
moi Moms ni in. iai 'sazis 11 T
STlTMPQtl pn ujoo
iiim Tcnorxait
' "nion pus JjaipniJ) aiqajjoj ;
WILSON, GARLICK & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS-
DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRE8SED
Hogs. Pork, Lard, Whisky, Klour, Grain, Ao.
UfBce north-west corner bixth and JUaia-itreet,
Oinclnnati, opposite the Gait Blouse.
. The undersigned having formed a copartnership
in the General Produoe aud Commission Business,
undr the style of Wilson, Garllck A Co., respect
fully tender their ervlcesandollclt the patronage of
their friends and the pnblio, Particular attention
Said to buying and selling Bogs, Whisky, flour,
rain, Ac. Their charges w 111 be a moderate a
any other good house In the s My. Befor to the met
ouButsoi uiuomnau generally
A. WILSON, Ja.,
11. T, GAKLICK,
L.T. BAKU.
no28bm
MADAME ELLIS, M. D HAS FOUND
at last Inst what thA L-nilfMhaVA lanvniuwInA
and looked for In vain, the Uterine Bllxlr.
: ine uterine Kiixir is warranted to cure all dis
ease of a Uterine Hatnre; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra,
Prolapsus or falling of the Womb, Painful Henstrn
atlon, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea: in fact, a perfect cure
Is gaarranteed by the nte of from two to five bottle
of the JClixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Drlnary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how longstanding. Price $1 per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS call particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati.
"To thi Public add tbi Ladies in Piano-cua.
We, the undersigned, are not In the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; butknowlng noil the
Lady Physician, and the medioine called the Uterine
Elixir, we, cheerfully recommend it to ail female
suffering from Female Disease of any kind; tt la
pnrely vegetable, and in no case can do Injury; w
say to all try, and onr word for It, yon will And re
. P. D, HILL, Druggist, ,
oaT "OorneMif Fifth and Bace-ttr. et," (
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH 6IMU-
ll LATINO COUGH AND LIT BR Bi 08AM
cure, without fall, pallia In the Breast, Back,
Bide or Limbs: Coughs, Cold, Hoarseness. Dim
cully of Breathing, lloadache. Flatulency, Heart
burn,, Chronio Rheumatism, Billion Chollo, Cramp
Cholle, Griping Palna of the Bowels, Dullnee,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, aud in Pain
ful Menstruation It is a certain cure, ami give
iinmvdlate relief. ' In any of the above dleeaaia
it will give relief in twenty minntes, and a jrermn
nent ours by the nseof two bottles. Only M oeuat
per bottle so cheap that every person oan got It.
N. B.-Vor sale by If. D. BILL, Druggist, conrnr
of Race and fifth-streets; J. D. PARK, corner of
fourth and Walnut; HU1RX. KCKBTKIN Co.,
corner Vine and fourth; JOUN DICK8CK, corner
of John and Sixth; PAUL REINLKIN, corner ol
Klghthandfreemau. Also, KDWARD BOA N LAN
A 00., corner of Malu aud Fourth; and Madam
KLLIg. lit West Hlnth -street. pW-r
G AND Y ! OAND1
zz.: n. oxjuaajLtixv
(gncoawor to Mtm t OoJ, '
HAuafactnreti and Wbolaiale Delgn
' IB- !"'Mv:. ,
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
-.:' ' .. ,.' ' . '.
10 MAIM ' 8TBBET, CIXCIMMATI
' " ' - ' ' ' -' '
WM. H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
inn oohnhkllor at iiw.ns K..t..
Commissioner csT the Superior and Common flea
Court. Bank Building, north watt aoraaf of Mala
aa aaara-Heani aw
RAILROADS.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
3E
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT-LINE RAILROAD.
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
1T0 CHANGE OP CARS TO INDIANAP
i. OLIB, at which place It unite with railroad
for and from all point In the West and Morth-weat. i..
-, THBEE PASSENGER TBAINB
Lear Cincinnati dally, from the foot of Mill and
( ronvstreeis.
6:M A. M. Chicago Mall-Arrive at Indlananolla
at 12:10 P. M. i Chicago at 10:30 P. M.
12:45 P. M.Tene Haute and Lafayette Accommo
dation Arrives at Indianapolis at 6:16 P. M.
7:1a P. M. Chicago Knpress Arrives at Indlanap. t
oils at 12:15' Aral. ; Chicago at 10:30 A.M.
Bleeping uars are attacnea to an nisnt-irains oa
this line, and run through to Chicago- without "
change ef osrs.' . . '
(M Be sure yon are In the right tloket-offlce be-, '
fore you purchase your tickets, and ask for ticket .
via Lawrencehurg aud Indianapolis. - . s.
, pare me same, ana time snorter man anyotusr ,
rente. . .if . ,.. , ,., .
Baggage ohecke through.. . , .... .
TUstUUGH TICKETB.aood nntll used, can be Ob. .
tained at the Ticket-offices, at Bpeaeer House corner,
N. W. corner of Broadway and Front ; No. 1 Burnet ,
House corner) at the Walnufcstreet House, aud at . ,
Depot Office, foot ot Mill, on Front-street, wner all .,
necessary Information can bo had. , . ,
Cmuibuses run to and from each train, and will
aall for passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, by leaving address at either office.
jau . . . v. liUitu. rreaiaent.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
Tha Bkaneat Kent betwaea Cinolaaatl
aad t'hloago.
Three PaasengerTralnsleaveClnclnnatldally, from '
the foot of Mill and Front street.
tliflO A. Mi Chicago Mail arrive at Indianapolis ,
at V2-.M P. M., Chicago at 10:30 l M. Thla train
oonuect with all night train oat of Chicago tor
the West and North-west; connects at Indlanap"
lie with train for Terre Haute; also with Pet a
trains for Pern, Logansport, fori Wayne and To
ledo.
i'Ji43 P. M. Terre Haute and layfayette Ao
comwouatloa arrive at Indianapolis at 6:16 P, M
making direct connection at Indianapolis with La
fayette train for Decatur, Bpriuglleld, Maple, Quln
oy, Hannibal and Bt. Joseph.
7 P. M. Chicago Xxpresa arrive at Indianapolli
at 12:15 A. 11., making clese connections at Chicago
with all morning trains ont of Chicago.
Bleeping oars are attached to all the night train
on this line, aud run through to Chicago without .
change of oars. .
This Is exclusively A Western and North-western
route, and with faverabls and reliable arrangement
with all connecting roads throughout the entire '
West, guarantees unusual care and the amplest ao.
oomiuodatious to the patrons of this line. - '
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line la used
when necessary, to govern the movement of train,
and liotighrldge1 eelebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger train, by which they canbe
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern im
piovementa necessary for the comfort and safetyet
pafeengrrs, the majagers of this road have liberally
provliieo,
rlmiiking-car to this I Ine.
MT Be sure you u e in the right ticket office before
rou purchase your tlca sts, and ask for ticket rla ,
Lawrencebnrg and Indianapolis.
fare the sauts as by any other route. Baggage
attacked tbrougb. . n i ,
1'HllOCOU TIOKXITB. tool until ned. nan be ob.
Coined atthetlosjt offices, at Bpencer Uouse Corner
sortli.westoornsr Bioadwar and front; So. 1 Bar-'
uet llonse Corner; at tbe Walnut-street House, and
at Depot office, foci of 11 UI, ou front street, where ;
all necessary In rertdatioi! roiybohad. , , ,
Omnibuses m to and from each train, and w -oail
for passenger at all nolili and all parte ot tb
olty, b) leaving address at el lb r office.
W, XI. lj. NUXUjjBi,
noil
General Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
mm
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THI
Sixth-street Depot, ' .
Trains run through to Cleveland Sandusky, To.
todoand Indianapolis without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, weatern, North
en and Morth-wentern cities.
II A. 31. EXPRKSH T11A1K For Hamillon,
Richmond, ludianapolis, Lafayette, Cbicaco, and all
Western Cities, Connects at Richmond with C. and
C. Road for Logansport; also connect at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ao.
7t:il A. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train make
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago tbe
same evening. Also connects at U&bana roa Co
lumbus; at BeHelontalne with B. aud I. B. R.; at
Forest with Pittsburg, fort Wayne and Chicago Rai
lroad: at Clyde wltu Cleveland and Toledo Ball
road trains for Cleveland; at Dayton for Greenville,
Union. Winchester andiMuncie.
10 A. M. JtXPRKMM Tit A IN For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, ButTalo, Boston, New
York, and all Sastern cities. Also conneot at Crest. .
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Eastern cltie.
3:40 F, 01. TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond
ui'suunpvu, r evil auu Dut tiUKiuu, ainu jiuuiauni," .
oils, Terre Haute and St. Louis, connects at Hamil
ton lor uxiora, ,
aiM f. in. TUAIN-f or Dayton, springneui,
Duiieiouiaine, xiima, roieao, xfetroii, i;nicngo, ana
all points In Canada. Connects at Bellefontaine with
u. ana i. tt. it.
1 1 i.lfl P. 1)1. KXPRKMM TRAIN For Cleve.
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern citle. Also, connect at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities.. -
arThe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P.M., leaves dally lxcapi Saturday. Allolher
trains leave dally aioapt 8ui)ats; . .
Ticket oflices north-east, corner Front and Broad,
way; No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
tbe new Ticket Office, on the west side of Vine-street,
between Postofflce and Bornet House; or at the
Sixth-street Depot.
linn if. mo Latin ci, puponntonupnt.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Ilaily.
,
. , Two Tbrougn'ExpreM Tralus,
FIRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. M connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Htenbenvtlle and Pittsburg; via
Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus and Bellalr (Wheeling). Also, for Springfield.
Tbi train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus, .
at- all the principal station.
8K:ONl TRAIN-Columtina Accommodation
at 4i40 P. in. This train stop at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Springfield. '
THIRD TRAIN-Nlght Express at 11t0 P,
M., connects via Columbus and Bellalr (Wheeling);
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Bteubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Cleveland. - -
Tula Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xonla ,
and London. SLKBP1NOCARB ON THIS TBA1N.
KssThe Day Kx press run through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and- Pittsburg, via Bteubenville, without
change ofcars.
The NIGHT IXPBK88 Train leaving Cincinnati
at JltilO P.M., runs daily, except BATUBDAX8,
he oUierTraiusruu dally, exoept aiJISDAYB. , '
for all information, and Through Ticket to Bo,
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton, Buffalo, Niagara fall. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Plttaburg, Wheeling, and all tbe Eastern place,
apply at the OfHces, Walnut Street House, No. 4 Bur.
uet iloujo, south-east ooriwr of Broadway and front
street, and at the Eastern Depot.
Tralna rnn by Columbus time, which 1 vn mln
ate faster than Cincinnati time.
- J. DUBAND. Bnp't,
Oianlbnses callrbrpassengers by leaving direotloug
nolt
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOCOH WITHOUT CHANGS OF CARS.
Two Daily Trains for Tlncennea, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 7:20 A. M., and 7:30 P. M.
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 7:30 A.M.
fcOOP. M.,and7:aoP.M.:
One Train for Bvansvllle atT:80 P. M, '' Af
Tbe Traaa connect at Bt. Loui for all point la
Kansas anlr Nebraska, Hannibal, Quinoy and Keo.
kuk; at Bt. Loui and Cairo for Memphis, Vloksburg,
Natchez and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:80 P. M.
Ketubnino Fast Line Leave last Bt. Louis,
Sunday excepted, at 6:00 A. M arriving at Clnoln.
uatl at 10:15 P. M.
BxPBiss Tbain Leaves Xast St. Louis dally at 4:00
P. 41,, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:2a A. M
.. FOB THROUGH TliWITB
To all point West atd Bouth, pletae apply at the
olBce. Walnnt-stree t Houae, between Sixth and
deventh-sti-eet, No. 1 Burnet House, oorner office,
north-west oorner of Front and Broadway, Bpencer
ttouseOfftce, and at the Depot, corner Front and Mill.
street. W. H. OLBMKBT.Gen
en'l. Superintendent.
amnlbnet call tor passengers.
oo
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA, OLD MO
CHA, And very superior old Bio Ooffee. at' ' '
-' k i n FBRQUSOM'S,
jal V-' 0rar Hlnth and VlB-trta,

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