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THE PRE S S
WEDNESDAY
i JANUARY 18
"NOTHING BUT LEAVES."
Nnlhlngbnt leav-j; the spirit grieves
Ovsr a wasted life;
Bin oooimitted while condolence slept;
PromifM made but never kept; '
Hatred, battle and strife; . ; i
Kotuing but leaves I
Nothing bat lsaves; no gsrnered sheaves
Dl'life1! fair ripening grain;
Worts, idle words, for earnest deeds;
We sow oar teed lo I tareaaud weeds;
We reap with toil and pain , , ,
Uotblng but leaves. ' ' "
Nothing; bnt leaves; memory weaves ..
No vatl to acreen the put;
As ws trace onr wear? way,
Counting each lost and misspent day,
Wsilud sadly at last,
nothing but leaves.
And we shall meet the Matter to,
Hearing our withered leaves 1
The Bavlonr looks for porfeet fruit
V e stand before Him humble, mute;
Waiting the word he breathes
nothing bnt leaves.
- Tim Changes of, England in Eighty
Years. Leisure is gone gone where the
spinning-wheels are gone, and the pack
horses, and the Blow wagons, and the ped
dler who brought bargains to the door on
sunny afternoons. Ingenious philosopher
tell you, perhaps, that the great works of
the stoam-engine ia to oreate leisure for
mankind. Do not believe them; it only
creates a vacuum for eager thought to
rush in. Even idleness ia eager now
eager for amusement, prone to ezeursion
trains, art-museums, periodicals, litera
ture, and exciting novels; prone even to
scientific theorizing and cursory peeps
through microscopes. Old leisure was
quite a dilferent personage; he only read
ono newspaper innocent of leisure, anil
was free from the periodicity of sensa
tions which we call post-time. He was n
contemplative, rather stout old gentlenutp,
of excellent digestion; of quiet percep
tions, undlseased by hypothesis, happy in
his inability to know the causes of thingx,
preferring the things themselves. . lit
lived chiefly in the country, among pleas
ant seats and homesteads, and was fom!
of sauntering by the fruit-tree walls, and
scenting the apricots when they, wen:
warmed by the morning sunshine, or shel
tering himself under the orchard boughs
at noon, when the summer pears were
falling. He knew nothing of week-day
services, and thought none the worse of
the sermon if it allowed him to sleep from
-the text to the blessing; liking the after
noon service best, because the prayers
were the shortest, and not ashamed to say
so; for he had an easy, jolly conscience,
broad-backed, like himself, and able t
carry a grea deal of beer and port wine,
not being made squeamish by doubts and
qualms and lofty aspirations. Life was
not a task to him, but a sinecure; he fin
gered the guineas in his pocket, and ate
his dinners, and slept the sleep of the ir
responsiblefor has h not kept np his
character by going to church on Sunday
afternoons? Fine old Leisure! Do not bit
severe upon him, and judge him by our
modern standard. He never wont to Ex
oter Hall, or heard a popular preacher,
or read tracts for the times, or "Sartor
Resartus." Adam Bede.
A Duel Financially Settled. A
Frenchman was to fight a duel with an
Amerioan; the conditions were that onu
shot should be exchanged, and the pre
cedence should go by lot The French
man got the first chance, but failed to hit
his adversary. As the Yankee lifted his
weapon the other called out
"Hold, I will buy your shot!"
All were astonished at this, but his op
ponent answered:
"How much will you give?"
"Five hundred pounds."
"Nonsense!" cried the Yankee, taking
aim at him "I am a good marksman;
you set too low a value upon yourself."
"You estimate me at too high a pride,"
said the Frenchman; " hut 1 will give you
one thousand pounds."
"Agreed! " cried the Yankee, and fun
duel was at an end.
A Yankee's Damages. A railroad ac
cidont took place awhile ago in Maine,
upon which occasion the attorney of tlie
road visited the scene of disaster, to sat
isfy the claims of the injured parties.
After paying for black eyes, bloody noses
and cracked crowns all round, at the ap
praisal of the injured, he supposed his
business over, when he was saluted by n
tall Yankee, with feet like snow Bhoes, a
bell-orowned hat, and a blue coat over
his arm, with "Well, Squire, what are
you going to allow me?" "You?" said the
attorney, "where are you hurt?" "Oh,
nowhere to speak of, Squire, but I was
most terribly scart, and I think that
worth about a dollar, the way you've been
payin' on 'em." The dollar came, of
oourse. .
Beauty of Charity. Charity embrace
the wide cirole of all possible kindness
Every good act is charity; your smiling in
your brother's face is charity; and exhorj
ation of your fellow-men to virtuous
deeds is equal to alms giving; your putting
a wanderer in the right road is charity;
your assisting the blind is charity; your
moving stones and thorns from the road
is charity; your giving water to the thirstv
is charity. A man's true wealth hereaft
er is the good he does in this world to
ins ienow-man. vnen ne dies, peoplo
will savj "What property has he left be
hind him?" But the angels will ask,
"What good deeds has he sent beforo
him?" Washington Irving.
A Short Cut to God. At a meetintr
held during the late protracted meeting
of our church in this oity, a Bailor, in re
lating the circumstances attending his
conversion, said: "I was greatly distressful
on acoount of my sins; I conversed with o
minister; I did everything I could, but
felt no better, till one day I ! read in r
newspaper a piece on 'Coming to Christ,',
in which the sinner was direoted to go t
the Savior, just as he was, without an;
further preparation. It struck me," con
tinued the son of .Neptune, as the tears
of joy rolled down his cheeks, "that wax
the short cut to the blossing, and blessed
be Ood, I tried it, and he forgave my sins
and blessed me with his love
A Doubtful Compliment to the Sex.
4 Uecently, at the Liverpool Assizes, ono ol
the barristers engaged in a' ease Which
involved some peculiar and interestinv
I em ale evidence, made the " following
observation: "The evidenoe of women
is, in somo respects, superior to that oi
men. Their power of judging of minute
details is better, and where there are. mure,
than two facts, and something is wanting,
Miey supply the deficiency. Wherover
there is room for their imagination, which
is more powerful and aelivo than that of
men, they immediately bridge the tbipg
ii or and supply the gap."
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Ax Indian Troubled After Reaching
Heaven.- Away down in Maine a big
Indian was tried, convicted and fined five
dollars - for stealing. He immediately
pulled out a well-filled wallet, and counted
out the money . to Judge . Johnston, de
manding at the same time a receipt, when
the following colloquy oocurred.
Judge. "Sam, you don't want a receipt,
for it is settled on the dooket, and can
never again come up against you."
Indian "1 pay you the money; well,
givo me receipt
Judge "I tell you that you don't need
it, for it's settled on the dooket"
Indian "White man say me steal,
Judge Johnson say me steel; I say me no
steal, bnt me pay urn; now give urn re
ceipt" Judge "Well, since you insist upon it,
if you will give me a good reason for
wanting it, I will give you one."
Indian "Well, when me die, me 'spects
to go to Heaven. Werry welll when mo
gets to the gate, Peter says Go 'way
Indian, you stoat I Bays werry well,
what if 1 do; don't I pay urn? Peter says,
show urn receipt, and thon if I don't have
urn I shall be obliged to go look all
through hell to . find Judge Johnson to
prove I pay urn."
Bekoheron Saint Paul. Henry Ward
Beeoher said in a late sermon:
Paul, to whom something was nothing,
and to whom nothing on earth was very
much; who saw value in everything, and
cared not vory much for anything; who
knew every pulse of humanity, every
aspect of experiences, evory throb of joy,
every rack of anguish, everything that in
in tranquillity, everything that is in
disturbance and turmoil; to whom triumph
spared none of its experiences, and defeat
none; who lived to the full, and yet "died
deaths daily;" who was the world's wan
derer, and jot the whole world was his
household: who was abjectly poor, and
immensely rich,' who felt all the peltings
of persecution, all the wounds of hatred,
and know all tho quicksands of treachery;
triumphing over enough troubles to have
and who was superior to them all, and rode
sunk armies and empires of common
heroes. If the waves broke over him, he
shook them off his decks easily. If. they
came like mountains at him, he rose over
them, and oanie to port safe again!
There was no Homer to sing him. His
epio was to be eung in heaven. It is his
own immortal life that now rolls an eter
nal melody of joy there in numbers deep,
and joy more perfect than is possible to
any earthly sphere. To us remains his
shadow.
Devotion and Drunkenness. The laird
of Balnamoon was a truly eccentric char
acter. He joined with his drinking pro
pensities a great zeal for the Episcopal
Church, the service of which he read t
his own family with much solemnity ami
earnestness of manner. Two gentlemen,
one of them a stranger to the country,
having called pretty early one Sunday
morning, Balnamoon invited them to stay
to dinner, and as they accepted ' the invi
tation, they remained and joined in tin;
devotional exercises conducted by the
laird. The stranger was much impressed
and mentioned to his friend how highly
he esteemed the religious deportment of
their host The gentleman said nothing,
but smiled to himself at the scene which
was to follow. After dinner Balnamoon
set himself according to the custom of old
hospitablo Scottish hosts to make hit
guests as drunk as possible. The result
was, that the party spent tho evening in
a riotous debauch, and were carried to
bod by the servants at a late hour. Nest
day, when they ha'l taken leave and loll
the house, the gentleman who had intro
duced his friend asked him what bethought
of their entertainer. "Why really," he re
plied, with evident astonishment, "sic n
speeat o' praying,- and sic a speeat o'
drinking, 1 never knew ia the whole course
of my life." Dean Kamsay,s EeminiB
conoes. Henry Ward Beecher's Idea of a
Snip. A ship is the most ingenious and
mighty fabrie whieli human hands have
ever wrought Nothing else is half so
strong; neither pyramids, nor temples,
nor cathedrals of stone, which, before
printing, gave opportunity for the human
heart to express itself, gave forth the
thoughts, and the sublimest feelings anil
aspirations of the greatest thinkers. There
is not ono of these things that does not
easily full to pieces. They can be moved
by earthquakes as easily as the seed globe
of a dandelion by winds that puff at it
But a ship caught by winds, and tossed
about like a ball,' ia unharmed. It is
smitten and whirled. It is rooked on
waves as a cradle is rocked by a mother's
foot. It rears up like a frighted steed.
It plunges again like a war-horse in battle.
But though winds chase it, and storms
reach out black hands after it, and waves
for ever beat it, and it must needs roll and
plunge, it seeks its center again, and
comes upright the moment the airy hands
let go.
- An Original IIbason. Sabbath-school
Teaoher " Why was it that tho angels in
Jacob's dream, having wings, were seen
ascending and descending from Heaven
on a ladder?" "Scholar, hesitatingly "I
guess they wore moulting and couldn't
fly."
IIAKKISON cSt COLLINS'
T 1ENT1IAT, BEE-HIVE GALLERY, eor-
J ner of Filth and Western-row. Photographc,
uetainoiypos auu Amurotypes inaen cneaper iuui
elHewhare iu the eltv. Oil Colored Pholorranh
made of all Bl7s, from life to the smallest miniature.
I'lctures neatly set in ijockiiis, nreaai-pms, I Ingei
rings and Bracelets. All work warranted,
nolfi-ay A. 8. II LOOM , artist.
CHRISTMAS GOODS! JOHN BATES
has on hand a choice variety of luxurioa for the
approaciiitigfeHtive season. Something for sill La
dies awl gentlemen, large folks and little folks; sucl
as new Ralslus, Figs, Currants, I'rmusa, Nuts, Uitrou,
fresh Peaches, Strawberries and Pine-apples, Jelli.:
and Preserve, Lobsters, Salmon and ttrlint
Oysters, fresh, Cora, Spiced and Pickled, lilnslm
und GeMiu, Fin Brandies, Moderia, Fort, Sherri
Catawba and Champagne Wluea, Jamaica Hum
Scotch and Irish Wliisky, Ao. Oeutlemen will plea.ii'
not forget that thechoicuut Havana Cigars am to bi
aad at National Theater Building. Sycamore-street
Idaiyl
F" RANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPY
FOUSDHY. R. ALLISON, Superintendents
Printing Materials of all kinds, lfio Vilie-stroet.
Holiday Presents
I HAVE JUST OPENED A LOT 0
Bisons and China Figures, Fancy Inkstai
Vases, Jewel and Match-boxes, fancy Shaving 1 1
Work-boxes, and other Fancy Hoods too numor -to
mention, suitable for tho Holiday, which I
nil cheaper than any other establishment in tin
city. HKNKV DAVID,
No. 218 Maln-etrout, between Sixth and Sevouth,
N. B. Also a new lot of Fsnoy Soaps, Perfumerr,
Kit'iirtw, Ac .
.,' J. J. BUTLER'S "'
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lUcelsior I'liii.l Ink..
Manufactory, j flue St a
BUSINESS CARDS
Door Locks,
it. r. car and sw1tc11 locks,
Door and Gate-Spring,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
SILVER-PLATED DOOR-PLATES.
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted..
The public are respectfully invited to call and ex
amine the various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
GEORGE MeGRUGOR,
no2cin No. 133 Fifth-street, 3d door from Baoe.
3
A. B. COLVILLE,
Seale Monufnertrr ? .
3
No. 41 East Second-street, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Uiaclnnati, keeps every description of
Cguuter, Plntform, Cnttle, Railroad Depot,
and Track Sealea) Traolr, ,
Iron Waisis, cfco.
Uepaiing done on the shortest notice. nol-tn
B. KITTREDGE & CO
li l MAJN BTliSKT, UltiOlNNATI, 0, .
KITHEDQE sVFOLSOM,
45 St. Char las street. New Orleans, La
Importers ofGaasfe Hportluc Avparntaa,
ARO DI4LI2J lit OOS fOWDM.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS 01 BAR, SHEET
and BMler Iron, Flow Slabs, Bailroat spikes
Etc. Abu, ijents for the sale of lronton Hw Nails
Warerooins So. IV ost Second street, Oln uiDat 1
Ohio.
WA11 kin Is Iron made to order. ltti
Ll,CiDUItT BYJL,
CLEANER OP SINES AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Slitt, -street, between Vine and Mace, In
the medical uoueae.uincinnau, umo. rersaswno
may favor blm with their patronage,can rely pone
tuallty and low prices. spj-ay
Money! Money! Money!
loan"opfice.v
lleinoved from 50 Weal Slxth-straet.
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
ELRY snJ all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at No. 171 vine-street, Www
Fourth and Fifths 4
PHILADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 81 S FITTH-8TBSET, SOUTH 8IPB,
(Near the corner of Vine,
V. 1.. VICKEU8, Proprietor.
0rat6rs and Game served in all styles. Meals at al I
hours nolom
II. P. I2LIAS'
New Wholesale
l,li(IKVJi;Hi:LIIIIHM
16 West Fourth Street
Where ounbehad eveiy article appertaining to tbs
Btislucss at mash loea price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offend In this market.
GIVE US A CALL
And tee for yourselves. . spyt
WM. WHITAKER,
JEWBLKK,
No. M X N . K. Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, between
Walnut and Vine. lucinuati.
A good assortments SIL V KB and FLATKI) WABi
prituA AUija, oto.. Kept constantly on nana.
Hneclal attention given to Oleauing and Uotiairiut
Watohas and Jewelry. niyld
HEGGS & SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
A RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
m. their large assortment of W a tones. Jewelry,
Silverware and Diamonds.
Aiao
A tine assortment of Plnted Tea Beta and Cntlerv
and Opera Olasscs. 134
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
IIS.na'L SILSBEti .
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES 01
TLK SKIN, BHKUMAT1HM, DISEASES Or
WOMEN, aud such Ohrouio complaints as may bi
benefitted by the Uygyonlo and Atmopathlo system
of his office. i
Vapor, Hnlpliur, Iodluo, Arsenlo, Mercury, 'fur
nish, usslan and Kloctro-Ohemlcitl Baths, a Di
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of KlectrU
and Magnetic Apparatus.
NO. 67 WKST8XVKNTH-HTB1CKT.
oarOfllce he'irs A. M. to i an.l9.tl .
. 8. NEWTOR, Ms D.
Offion, 80 West Seventh Street
J3rfWK VI Hi iHl KAOI.
Silt
O. E. NEWTON. M. 13.
Omct-Ne. 90 West Seventh street, between Vint
and Itaco. Kmidsnor No. 63 Seventh street, be
ween Walunt aud Vine. Ornoi Hours IX to h
A, V :H to 3 P. M.: t to If. M .
WM. M. HUNTER,
DENTIST,
no illttf Tlne-Htrrter.
J. TA FT,
(Successor to Knowlton 4 Taft.)
DENTIST.
No. 90 West Fourth 8t bet. YVnlnnt oV Vine
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Sep24
$:to. $0. $30. $80
MOORE'S
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitoli
FMIILfSEWMOMIIUINBS
BKOUBKD BY BEUBMT L8TTKUS PAT1BT.
rilHIb MACHINE HAS BEEN . PRO
M. WODNUKO br all oompetent Judaes, wh
..to bcwi itiwin . uu wd. nuu uivb. uevirauie r hui
lly Sewing Machine ever Introduced, refardlesa
of price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to the very llnestfabricsmade,
and nses all kinds of thread, from Mo. 8 to 2K).
no oil naea on top or the Machine.
Bend for a circular, or call and see it in operation.
Upon early application, State and Uonnty B&htsmay
be secured. '
An eaergetio person can make a fortnne In short
time. Agents wanted tn all unsold territory.
. , , II. C. BUUTIUAN,
8c le aud exclusive agent for the United States,
ecpJ4tnit 08 West fonrthtreet. Ulnclnnatt
Gifts! GMfcs! Gifts!
Ql US AT. ;
GUT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
next to Smith A Nixon's Hall, Cincinnati,
Ohio. A splendid Gift, worth from Moenbrto 10e,
will be given with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward af the time of sale.
Gifts consist of Gold and Hirer Watches, Ladles'
Solid Gohl (Junius, splendid set of Jewelry, Due Gold
Bracelets, Gents' Goirl Vest-chains, and a large va
riety of othnr articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
50 cents lo 8100.
Ladies aud gentlemen are respectfully Invited to
call and examlue our stock.
A. 'A. KELLEYt
Publisher and Gift Bookseller,
no21-tf No. 38 West Fourth-street.
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE FOR
mending furnltum, Toys, Orooknry, Glass
ware, Ac.
Who I.Male Depot. No. Ml I't iltntreM, New York.
Adiress . UBNUY . HI'ALDINO A ').,
Bex Jio. 8,iKi, Mew York.
Hut tip for Dealers in Csse-i continuing funr,eitflit,
and twelve do ten -a limuiiful Lithograph Show.
Uerd't MiO-'aat'iyinfeaob package.
Jj Ap e(;onomyi
SJs Save the Pieces!
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THE OYSTER TRADE.
O.S.MALTBY
PkiLIS IIS
FRESH CAN'
OYSTElBS.
COVES
OYSTERS.
Spiced Oyiteri.
PICKLED 0V8TKRS
riHK SUBSCRIBER 13 NOW RBCKIV--A-
ING DAILY, by the Adams (sprees, HALT
BY'8 world-runowned Baltimore
Fresh Caa, Ktg and Shell Oyiteri.
fresh, Hermecally-salsd 00 Y I, BPIOED a
PICELID 0Y8TSBS.
ROBERT ORR, Agent
7-tf Depot, 11 West Tilth-street
FRKSH
OYSTERS.
OAVAONA'S
Oyster Importing House,
NO. 31 WENT FIFTH-STREET.
fflHE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOEIV
JL ING daily, per Express, bis splendid Oysters.
Earing completed arrangements In Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all times dnrln;
me season pe preparoa 10 rurnwn my irimiui, -ana
the rest of mankind," with the most DKLI0I0U3
BIVALVES Imported to the Qneen 01 ty. None but
the very best imported. Great inducements oneseJ
it tuts importtng-house.
Order sioUoited and promptly Ailed. Terms cask
PETER CATADNA.
epl6t
Bole la potter and proprietor.
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS
received dally by the Adams Ex- OqS
press Company, in whole and half cans. ISO f s v
All Oysters sold warranted fresh and of sCfll -f-f
the very best quality. J. B. OWINGS, NSfcLV
AKent No. 27 Kifib-stroot, bet. Maiu .
and VValnut-streets.
N. B. The trade supplied on the moat liberal
tonus. Dcairin
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. BAY & 00.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH BAND AND POWEB.) '
And nil kinds ol Prlntln Materials, Nos.
173, 17S nnd 197 West Heeond.atreet,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MEDAL JOBBER. Within the I an I
eighteen months we have introduced them Into four
teen different States of the Union, wllh the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power in
applied to the center of the platen consequently
there Is no possibility of its springing from any
amount of pressure. Tho motion is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on tho point of conflict with
the form, insuring A PF.BFKuT IMPBKSSION a'
a high rate of speed,
Printers In want of the BEST JOBBKU shonM
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination . They are strong, durable and rapid, ami
are WABKANTED to give the most entire satis
motion. . noJ
EI ALL'S PATENT.
MOSTREOABtEFlREANl
X BDBGLAB PROOF SAFES. They have give:
more satisfaction than any other now in use.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND D01..
LARS to any person that can, up to the preseni
tlme,showasingle instance wherein they havefailer
to preserve their contents,
With this SAFE we challenge all competition, a
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fir
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing t
test with any establishment In the Union, and th
parly failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sm
of $2,000.
Wo are prepared to furnish a better Safe, aud at les
cost, than auy other manufacturer In the Unite-'
States.
Second-band Safes of other makers, also on ham
We respectfully invite the publlo to call andoxtn
Ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
BALL, OARBOLL A CO.,
nnglWt Hoe, lo and 17 Kast Columbia street
Wt B. DODDB,
f ormeri of Hall.Doddi AOo.;Iate Urban.Dodds A 0-
W. It. Doddu &. Co.v
HUrCfAOTPBSM or Till
ooNomjiTia
sFirc and Burglar Proof
S AFU SI
B. VT. Coruer of Vlue Second Street
This Is the most reliable FIBK AND BUBGLA
PBOOF SAFE that Is made in the D alted States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be solci
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on band, and are de
lermined to sell at prices tbat cannot ten to please.
Old Sales
Taken In exohsnge. BIOOND-HAND SAFES al
frays on hand at extremely low prioes. tIM
WINDER'S PATENT SPRINQ-CORL
BED-BOTTOM can be applied to am
bedstead, old or new, in ten mlnntns. Blastto
Dnrable Cheap. Dispenses entirely with slats, (!
which so miKh complaint Is made. Also, an assort
m-nt of Bedsteads for sale, with Spring bottoms 'n
(Jail and examine them at No 172 Vine-afreet.
lalOam ... 0 r. sH, WABBKN.
AKE9 AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
. LIMBS In a superior manner. Satisfactory
references given. Address Mo. 1, Byeamore-street,
0 rner of front. delO
K M 0 V A L K. OSMOND, M. D.,
Iientlut, has rsaovsMj to XZZ1lant, twa,
t v.alh, opposlie Ik.wae0a. mffF-bm
0
lllill Wm mm i
BY, STAT?. AUTHORITY,
W ari3f?SbwSiitrf
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
WAgorcy esUblishedln Cincinnati In 1 8'JH, an
tedating all present local Insurance Oompaniea and
Agencies in the Insurance business In this city. 33
years constant duty hero, combined with wealth, ex
perience, co erprise and liberality, especially com
mend the IN A Insurance Company lo the favora
ble patronage of this commnnlla standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Ulnoinnatl underwriters of JS J5.
Leases paid la ('Inctrmntl dnrtnf tut F1t
Vears, $151,054 !I7.
OashOipitall,000,000.
lABSOLUTB AND UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SURPLUS OF 1,030,423 80.
And the prestige of 4(1 years success and expewieno. -IUVCSTHIXTt
OF .. .
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF SI'J,000,000, L0MEs1
Have been paid by the &tua lusnranoe Company In
the past 40 years.
. Fire end Inland Nvlatlon.-Hlsksaooepten
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwelling'
anil Contents, for terms of 1 to6y s.
Application made to any duly .nlhorlud Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance business, this Company is enabled
to oiler both indemnity for the past and seonrlty fot
the future. P licls Issued without delay by .
. JAH. U. OA tIEtt, Agent, No. 40 Alaiaatrewi.
A. V. TA TO i. Assistant Agent. .
B. K. L1ND KV, Agent 171 Vine street,
J.J. IIOOKEj i, Aa-eu I. Fulton. 17th Ward, ani
WK8TKKN IN8UUANCK COMPANY
OF CINCNNAVI.
OFFICE IN TEE SECOND STORY OF
No. 2 Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This Company is taking fire, Inluid ana Marine
Bints at current rates of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
DIREOTOUS:
T V Eckert,
F Ball
S W Pomeroy,
. i . milt vi icil II , j .. uiau.i , J uxnud.
Kobert Mitchell, W B Oomstock, L G K Stone,
Kobt Buchanan, OGShaw, . Geo Stall,
Win Hellew, Heth Kvnns, J U Taade,
David Gibson, H Bracliman, JGIsham,
U Clearwater, Thos K Klliott.
T. F. EOKEBT, President.
Stifben Mobii, Secretary. no8
VL':i. I 117 - 1' 1. 1 1 . V. n. i ma
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DIREOTOUS:
William Wood. Isaac 0. Oopelen,
James F. Cunningham, Bydney S.Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joseph Reaklrt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Ww. Fisher,
George B. Dixon.
ISAAC . OOPELEN, President.
Geo. W. OOPILIN, Secretary,
A. M. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office No. 3 West Third
street, Trust Co. Building, - nosbfm
National Insurance Co.,
C'lnolnnntl, Ohio.
(Office South-west Oor. Maiu and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
.Fire Risks
TAKKN AT CURRENT KATEH.
DIRECTORS:
John Burgoyne, K M Smith, ; Robert Moore,
Wm Depworth, Obas L Moore, M Fechheliner,
FXWiedcmer, ThusOng, 8 W Smith,
J L Ross. Thos R BIrss, Henry Ellis.
U. C. UUNER, Sec'y. J NO. BUBGOINR, Pres.
no8bfm P. A. Spbiomas, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
CAPITAL $150,000-
o
FFICH NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. : IN
HOltES against Loss and Damage by Fire: also:
rents oi tne Dee ana mianu navigation.
DIBECTORSl i
Jno.W Hartwell, Allen Collier, William Besor. '
JohnWEUlB, JamesLupton, Ohas.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Fraeer, J W CaDfleld,
D T Woodrow, R M W Taylor, A 8 Winslow,
GS Williams, II McUirner, Bowman 0 Baker.
JOHN W. HAETWKLL, President,
GL W. Williams, Secretary. no8
PI11K AND MAttlNE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI.
J. W. GARRISON, Prieldont.
8. W. REEDEB, Secretary. .
Directors Henry Kessler, Anthony Fay, Wm
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel II. Taft, George W
Townley. Smith Belts.
SvavmoBS J. B. Lawder and David Baker, deta)
&uj-r3o earns,
osnjuod miM uo)0ddi no tuot sjsiuojioh
Doug-viqainioo yut atoi-aivtse 'jorj 'i;
'00 2? HUIHVH A A
BJ9oij puu soa9U5i siqtnjo j "OTf 'aii0(
q)0f)8npio(i 'sjoxovj Juoiji 'soumDunr juran -aiei
-uiu jepun pasaeada qioq (rpnos tsvo; 'somtui-arj
mm oNoais m da. inj 'eazis 11 V
iim unoiiii
JftiDIOH PUB SaipuiJO siqoLloa
WILSON, GARLICK Si CO.,
Fonvarding and Comrnission
DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
Hogs. Pork, Lard, Whisky, Flour, Grain, Ac.
Office nortn-wost corner Sixth and Main-streets,
Cincinnati, opposite the Gait House.
The undersigned having formed a oopartnershli
in the General Produce aud Commission Business
under the style of Wilson, Garlick A Co., respect
fully tender their services andaollcitthe patronage ol
their friends and the public. Particular attentloi
paid to buying and selling Hogs, Whisky, Flour
Grain, Ac. Their charges will Tie as moderate a.
any other good honse in thesity. Kefurio the mer
chants of Cincinnati generally.
A. WILSON. J.,
a. T, GARLICK,
no28bm ' L. T. BARB. ;
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUIIJ
at last just what the Ladles have long neede
and looked for In vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dit
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of tbi
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethrs
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb. Painful Menstrti
ation, Chlorosis. Amenorrhea; In fact, a perfect cur.
is guarranteed by the nse of from two to five bottlci
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Genoi
atlve and Urinary Organs, of male or female, n
matter of how longstanding. Price II per Bottle
Madame ELLIfcfoells particular attention to tin
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati. .
"TO THl PUBLIO AXO TBI LADUl IK 1'ABTIOClAB.-
We, the undersigned, are not in the habit of givint
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well tin
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Vteiira
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all lennlu
eutrerlug from Female Diseases of any kind; It 1.
purely vegetable, aud in no oase oan do Injury; w
say to all try, and oor word for it, yon will Unci re
lieL F.D. HILL, Dngt 1st, .
seaJT "Corner of Fifth and Race-stn st."
-ALSO- !
1 ADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH HAIL.
IT J LATINO COUGH AND LITER Bi LK U
ciiri without fail, pains In the Breast, IV a
Side nr Limbs- (jonghe. Voids,' Hoarseness Ti'l
cttlty ol Breathing, Headache, Flatulency, lleurl
burn, Ohronio Bhenmatlsm, Billions Chollo, Orr ..ji
Uholle, Griping Pains of tbe Bowels, Diiln 1
Stiiacr, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and lul'i. -:
till at eustruation it ia a certain cure, ami gi.
luiimiitute relief. In any of the above dlae: ,'
it will glvo relief In twenty minntos, and rer
neut euro by the nse of two bottlos. . Only Joce".
per bottle so cheap that every person can get It.
N. B.-For sale by F, D. HILL, Druggist, coi .
of Race and Flfth-atreets; J. D. PARK, oorno i
Fourta and Walnut; BUIHB, EOKSTEIN A i.
coraar Vine and Fourth: JOHN DICKSON, coi -f
of Jtan and Sixth; PAUL EKINLE1N, oornei
BlghMiand Freeman. Also, EDWARD B0AN1 .4'
A 00 D corner of Main ana Fourth: and Jlsrtu.i
ELLIS, 144 West Sixth-street. sepS7.RT
O ANDY I OAND)
CNcoiejor to Mtm OOJ.
WanufactuVeti and WltoUmle De) :v
-u- ... "i
rim AND PLAIN CiHDIES,
fO MAIN DTBBHT, CUfClMNA .
; ' i - ';" " a 1'
TM. H." BALDWIN, ATTORN i v
' FT ; AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW and Ma
l.raiulasioner of the Superior aud Oommon Pu
Court. Bank Building, north wast corner of Ma
ud Tblrd-streats. - ' ' BeA
RAILROADS.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT-LINE RAILROAD.
BllORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES. '
miO CHANGE OF CARS TO INDIANAP-
XI OLIS, at which place It unites with railroads
for and from all points in the West and North-west.
THREE PASSENGER TEA IBS
Leave Cincinnati dally, from the foot of MID aid '
Front-streets. . ,
6:S0 A. M.-Chlcako Mall-Arrives at Indianapolis
at 13:10 P. M. ; Chicago at 10:30 P. M.
12:40 P. M. Terie Dante and Lafayette Aooomno
datlon Arrives at lidianapolia at :1 P. M,
7:18 P. M. Chicago Express-Arrives at Indianap' .
oils at 12:13 A. a. ; Chicago at 10:34 A.M.
Sleeping Cars are ettachsdto all night-trains on '
this line, and run through to Ohlcbgo without '
cbsnge of ctrs.
ar Be sore yon are in the right ticket-offlcs be
fore you purchase your ticket, and ask for ticket
via Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same, and time shorter than any other
route. . , ... , ,
Baggage checked through. '
THROUGH TICKETS, good nntll nsed, can be ob
tained at tbe TickeWiiBces, at Spencer House corner.
N. W. coruer of Broadway and Front ; No. 1 Burnet
Honse corner; at tbe Walnut-street House, aud at
Depot Office, foot ot Mill, on Front-street, where all
necessary Information can be had.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
call for passengers at all hotels and all part of the
city, by leaving address at either oftlce.
ja!7 . H. O. LORD, President.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
Vhe Shortest Ueate betwMB Olnolnaatl
' and CUasico.
Throe PauoncorTralnsl.aveOlnolnnAtldally, from
thefootoIMllland Front wreeU.
:50 A. Al. Chicago lull arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:10 P. M., Chicago at I0:im P. U. This train
connects with all night trains out of Chicago for
the West and Kortb-wesM connects at Indlanapn.
Us with trains for Terr Haute; also with Pet a
trains for Pern, Lofsusrort, Fort Wayne and To
ledo. l'Ji45 P. OI .-Terra Raute and Laytayette Ao.
oomraodation arrives at Indianapolis at 6:16 P.M.,
making direct oonAeotlons at Indianapolis with La
layette tralusfor iJtcatnr, Springfleld, Naples, Ooln
oy, Bannlbaland St. Jossph.
7 P. m.-41blcago Expruas arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:15 A. M., making clese connections at Clhlcang
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
Sleeping cars are attached to all the night train!
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
ohange of oars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western ;
route, and with favsrabls and reliable arrangement
with all connecting roads throaghont the entire
West, guarantees nnusnal care and the amplest ao.
oommodatlons to the patrons ot this line. . 1
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line Is nsed
when necessary, to goveru the movement of trains,
aud Loughridge's selebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger trains, by which they canbs
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern 1m
piovements necessary for the comfort aud safety of
P6ssengers, the mssugers of this road have liberally
provided.
Smoking-cars 9t this line.
evr Uosuro yoa areln therlghttloketoHoe before
you purchase yoor tlcUU, and ask for tickets vie
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare tbe same as by any other route. Baggage
decked throtigb. . . . -. .
THROUGH TIOKKTS, good until nsed, oan be ot
talned at the ticketollloes, at Speuoer Honse Vomer
aortb-westcornsr Broadway and Front; t!o. 1 Unr
oot Honse Corner; at ths Walnut-street Honse, and
at Depot olHce, loot of Mill, on Front street, where
ail necessary Info rbiatuiB our fee had.
Omnibuses rut to and frors each train, and w
callfoi passengers at all ueltli and all parts ot lb
oity, b leaving address al silt ir office.
W. H. L. NOBLE,
nol4 ., general Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
GIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THl
k5 Sixth-street Depot.
- Trains run through 'to Cleveland 8andasky,.To.
ledoand I ndianapulis without change of cars.
Thiough Tickets lor all Eastern, Wostorn, North
sru and North-western cities.
It A. M. KXPKKHH TRAIN For Hamilton,
Kichiiiond.Indianspolis, Idlaiette, Ohlosgo, and all
Vt tstern Cities. Couiietts at Hichmond with 0. and
C. Rood for Logausiiort; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ao.
Ti lO A. M. TH.AIN For Dayton, SprlugBeld,
Sandusky, Toledo aud Chicago. This train makes
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at Ubbaja roa Co
lunbus; at Bellefontaine with B. and I. B. R.: at
Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Rai
lroad; at Clyde witu Cleveland and Toledo Bail
road trains for Cleveland; at Dayton for Greenville,
Union. Winchester andiMuncle.
10 A. M. XPRKMMTltAlN-For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Bntfalo, Boston, New
York, and alt Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Eastern cities.
340 P. 111. TRAIN-For Hamilton, Richmond
Logausport, Peoria and Burlington; also Indianap
olis, Terre Hante and St. Louis, connects at Hamil
ton for Oxford.
3: 10 P. IU. TRAIN-For Dayton, Springfield.
Bellefontaine, Lima, Tolodo, Detroit, Chicago, aui
all points in Canada. Connects at Bellefontaine with
B. and I. R. It,
lliaO P. M. RXPltKl8TKAIN-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.
aW-Tbe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M leaves dally ixcari Satdbdats. All other
trains leave daily xxor.it SunPAYB;
For further Information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Offlce,on the west side of Vine-street,
between Postohlce and Burnet House; or at the
Sixth-street Depot.
noia - D. MotABBN. Superintendent
' t " t
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three ,Tjrains Daily.
Two Throiign Eipresg Tnlns.
IRST TRAIN'-DAT EXPRESS AT 10
F
. m - . 1 !! 1 . Y. i i .
via GolnmDus, Steubenvllle and Pittsburg; vie
iwiutt.oiis, i; resume sou rittsDurg; via comm.
bus end Bollalr (Wheel lis). Also, for Springfleld.
This train stops between Cinoiunatl and Columbus,
at all tho principal statlona.
liCND TKAIN-Columbaa Accommodation
at4t40r. M. ThU train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, end Cincinnati and
Bpringtield.
THIRD TBAI"(-Nlght Express at 11.30 P.
M., connects via Uolambus and Bellalr (Wheeling);
via Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Hteubenvllle and Pittsburg; via Uolambus and
Cleveland, r
This Train stops at Lovsland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. SLEEPING CABS ON THIS TRAIN.
WThe Day Express runs through to Cleveland,
Wneeltnraud Pittobnrg, via Steubenvllle, without
change ol cars,
Tbe NIGHT EXPREBS Iraln leaving Cincinnati
at Ili30 P. M., runs dally, exoept SATURDAYS.
Tbe other Trains run daily, except SUN DAIS.
' For all Information, and Through Tickets lo Bos.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
spply at ths Offices, Walnut Street Honse, No. 4 Bur
uei House, south-east earner of Broadway and front
itreets, and at the Eastsrn Depot. .. . i
Trains run by Columbus time, which li Seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati tins.
J. DDBAND, Bop't.
. Omn Ibnsse callfor passengers by liaving directions
it the Ticket - ' no!4
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
, JTHBOUGH WITHOUT (JUANGB OF CARS,
yttwo Daily Trains lor Vlncennee, Cairo end St.
bMrta, M T: A. M.t Md 7!M P. uT ..
Three Daily Trains for Lculsvllls.at 7i A..
i:00 P. M., and 7:10 P. M. .
One Train for Evansville at 7:10 P. M.
The Trains connect at St. Lonls for all points la
Kansas and Nebraska. Hannibal, Quincy aud Kso.
auk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksbnrg,
Natchei and New Orleans. '
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:U P. M.
: KtTUBNWo-Fast Line Leaves East St. Louis,
Snudays excepted, at (:N A. M., arriving at Oincln. .
aati at I0:1 P. M. '
Exvnass Tiain Leaves last St. Lonls dally at 4iM
P. M arriving at Cincinnati at 8:tt A. M. V
FOR TUBOUGH TICKETS ' A
To all points West aud South, please apply at tha
ufllees, Walnnt-atree I Honse, between Sixu end
Seveiitb-streets, Mo. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
north-west oornsr of Front and Broadway, Spencer v
IKmseOaoa,ndatthsDepot,eornerFrontaaiI Mill.
4reett, W. fl. OLlMINT.deh'l.Siiperlntenennt.
- tjmmbnsse sell for pasaengers - i ,ota)
LD GOVERNMENT JAVA, OLD MO
CHA, and vary superior old 111" OoftW at
Ja7 Corner Ninth au J Vlno-strtsts,

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