Powers's Studio and Statues.
The New York Independent of last
week has the annexed letter from a gen
tleman now sojourning in Florenoe:
We went first to the studio of Powers.
Found it in the Via della Fornaoe. We
rune, and were admitted direotly to the
studio- In a few moments Mr. Powers
made his appearance. He received us
very kindly, and expressed his pleasure
in seeing visitors, particularly' his own
countrymen. In conversation, he is both
oommunioative and interesting, although
not particularly fluent. In the course of
his critioisms and remarks, he mentioned
some reasons why Florence might be pre
ferred to Borne as the residence of an
artist, especially a student. It is a health'
ier place. Living is oheaper. The mod
els are as good, and much easier of
acoess, than in Rome. He is an older
man than I had supposed. Twenty eight
years, I believe, he has lived in Florenoe.
Hopes' to spend his last days in Amer
He conducted as through the different
halls of his studio, pointing out and ex
plaining many of his works. He has
certainly a large private collection
models, busts, and statues. These, how
ever, constitute but a small part of the
. productions of his genius. Many of them
nave loic Florence, the place oi their
birth, and have fixed their residence in
other lands beautiful creations of his
genius, to give joy to their possessors and
remain the lasting' monuments of his
fame. Tho original "Greek Slave" is in
En eland, I believe, in possession of tho
Duke of Cleveland. It properly belonged
to America, and should nave been secured
by some patron of American Art Among
theideol busts were "ProBerpine," "Diana,
and "Psyche" the last a beautiful ideal
of Life. Besides these, there were the
busts of "Franklin" and "Calhoun," and
others, already finished some of them
soon to be removed by the purchasers.
His "Washington" is now under the
chisel a work of fine promise in
Seravesiza marble: This marble, while it
is apparently as pure and beautiful as
the Carrara, is firmer, and so more
favorable to the purpose of the artist, not
allowing the light to penetrate so easily
the thinner parts of a statue, and there
fore casting a better Bhade, and producing
less coufusion to the eye of the observer.
The selection of proper marble is an
important thing for an artist who would
succeed not only in produoing a good
form, but especially in produoing a go d
Among the statues, we notic ed his "Cal
ifornia" a beautiful and expressive ideal,
and a most appropriate subject for an
American artist She is represented as a
Discoverer of Gold, holding in one hand
a "Divining Rod," in the other a "Thorn."
Both symbolic the one, I'supoBey'of
the discovery, tho other of the difficulty.
Near her is a column of" Quartz," which
is at the sama time a significant symbol
and a support As a symbol it represent
Uold and as such is a novelty in the ar
tistio world. Tho "Divining Rod'' is also
a new symbol. The whole is a beautiful
conception, and the execution corresponds
with the design. This is, I believe, the
second California; the first has been pur
chased by a gentleman in New York at
Sii7,500. The happy selection of subjects
and the appropriate manner of treating
them, bespeak the skill and power of
adaptation as well as the original geniu
of the artist .
Amongthe models I noticed "America,'
t&'v and free, trampling chains beneath
nor feet the artist's exalted ideal of his
native land. "Would that the ideal were
actualized in every part of our great re
The original model of the Greek Slave,
beautiful, but bound in chains, stands
near by with saddened look, in striking
contrast with her free sister.
To an American who had traveled
North and South, this might be regarded
as a qualification of the other, to remind
us that although America is constitu
tionally free, she is saddened by the sight
of the galling chain.
Another is the model "Eve," evidently
the most difficult and delicate of all ideals
(within the human sphere) to represent
truly. Embodying in the conception the
highest and purest idea of woman thai
an artist ever has or can entertain ol
woman in her holiest estate, fresh from
the hand of the Creator, dwelling in Eden,
communing with heaven, and th( crown
ing gift of god to man oertainly the
highest type of feminine ' beauty and
excellanoe. It required not only genius,
but purity and refinement of taste, to
conceive such an ideal and express it in
marble. And more courage to under
take so difficult and delicate a task.
Yet none, I think, will pronounce the
"Eve" a failure. Still, with its aoknowl
edged excellences, I have been told that
the author has not satisfied his own
A Roland fob an Oliver. A wag of
a fellow, by the name of Thornton, one
day got up during service and walked out
of ohuroh, making rather a prominent
display of a gold-headed oane. The
preacher, a well known eccentric charac
ter, with a wooden leg the result of his
love of fox hunting immediately pounced
upon him in this wise, "Pull that cano
from under your arm, my young friend,
and throw it away. There are no gold
headed canes in heaven!" Whereupon
Thornton, turning around, replied, "Pull
that stick of wood out of your pants, m,v
old friend, and throw it away. There
are no wooden legs in heaven!
Rbady-made Fortunes. A modern phil
osopher says that ready-made fortunos
are a good deal like ready-made clothing,
they seldom fit those who get them
Fast young men generally inherit mill
sites while the most likely person to fall
heir to a gallery of statuary would be
some old fogy who would much prefer Uk
more produoable contents of a stone
cutter's yard. Riches are distributed
with very little discrimination. To spei :f'
money properly requires as much brniiv
as to acquire it, and yet who ever knew
of a man of brains to have a "rich uncle,'
or a young man of genius to become tbi
residuary legateo to a silver mine.
Tab Au-ScFFiciKNcr of Pouter. Ai
Englishman boasting to an Irishman tW,
porter was meat and drink, soon aft
became very drunk, and returning home
fell into s ditch, where Pat discover!
him after some time, and exclaimed.
"And faith and you said it was mate
and drink to yon; but, by me suwl, it in '
muah better thing, for it is washing ami
An Unexpected Bedfellow.
A corrispondent of the New York Wa
i verly gives the following as one the many
incidents that befall a "boarding 'round
1 had been teaching in Mason County,
in this, the Sucker State, and this term
was boarding 'round. One evening, after
school, one of my little scholars stepped
up io me ana saia
"Mr. Jones, father said you would oomo
home with me."
"Very well," I replied, and forthwith
set out for my patron's house, which was
distant some two miles. Now, be it
known, James MoHarry, for suoh was his
name, had two daughters, the pride and
envy of the whole oommunity. I had
heard so muoh about them that I was
naturally anxious to see them. It seemed,
however, that I was to be disappointed.
When we arrived 1 learned that the "gals"
had gone to a party the other side of the
creek; so I went to bed, exeorating tho
luck which deprived me of seeing them
The night had well advanced when I
heard one of the girls come home, and
passing into the adjoining room, she
warmed nerselt beiore some coais wnion
were alive-on the hearth. It seems the
old gentleman and lady slept in the same
room, Dut l was not 8 ware ot it tnen
Having warmed herself she turned to
leave the room, when the old man spoke
"uiriB, said; he, "the school-masters in
"very well, said fearah, and passing
tnrougn the room I slept in, went up
stairs. About an hour had elapsed, when
heard Judy, the other one, come. She
stood at the door a long time, talking
with "iier teller, then entered eottlv.
Disrobing her feet, she entered the room
wnere i lay, m Her stocking teet, care
fully undressed herself, and coming to
tne siae ot tne tjed prepared to get in;
Now it happened that I lay injthe middle,
ana turning Daok the clothes, she gave
rae a snake and said in a suppressed
"Lie, over, Sarah."
1 rolled over and whipped the corner of
the pillow in my mouth to keep from
laughing. In she bounced, but the bed
would squeak. The old man heard it and
"Sir, ' was responded in a faint voice
Irom the bed beside me.
"The Schoolmaster is in that bed."
With one loud yell and an "Oh Heav
ens!" she landed on the floor, and fled
with the rapidity of a deer, up stairs.
never heard the last of it, I can tell
An Eccentric Biro Fancier. The
details of an interesting trial before the
Tribunal of Correctional Police in Parin
havo recently been published in "Galig
nani" A tradesman, living on one of the outer
Boulevards, stepped forward and said!
"It was I who gavo this poor man into
custody, but I am really sorry that I did
"What han he done?" asked the Presi
dent "He walked off one night with four live
ducka and a cock which I prized highly 1"
"And he sold them?"
"No! he exchanged them for four gold
finches!" "Why did ho do so?"
"Because he has a mania for such
"Well, he kept the goldfinches, I sup
pose?" "No, he brought them to me !"
"And what explanation did he give?"
"That he was passionately fond of gold
finches, and that it was a great bore to
clean tho shed of the ducks and cock !"
"What was the valuo of the cock and
ducks and goldfinches?"
"ihe tormer were worth 10 francs and
the latter 4 francs!"
"And he exchanged one for the other
without any plausible reason?"
"Simply, sir, from his passion for gold
finoheBl But as I have got my duoks and
cock from tho man who made the ex
change, and as, besides, I have found the
prisoner in all other things scrupulously
honest, I do not wish him to be pun
ished!" "Is he quite right in his mind?" asked
"Perhaps he is a little touohed." was
The President then addressed the pris
oner, and asked what he had to say for
"Please, sir," oried the man, again
bursting into tears, "I only made the ex
change because goldfinches sing better
The tribunal, thinking he hod no dis
honest intention, discharged him, but re
commended him an other time to indulgo
his taste for goldfinches at his own ex
HARRISON & COLLINS'
(TIENTlUt BEK-HIVE GALLERY, cor-
ner of Fifth and Wotern-row!
ueiainoiypes ana amDrotypes taken cheaper than
Ma rlan .huMip flmn
elsewhere in the city. Oil Colored Photographs
r.mdo of all ni7.es, from life to the umallost miniature.
ricmres neaiiyseun iiocxets, Ureast-plns, Finger
t lngsi and UraceleU. All work warranted.
uol6-ay A. B. BLOOM. Artist.
SADDLE, TRIM AND HARNESS
108 ilain-atreet, three door above Third,
KEEP ON AND AND MAKE TO OB
DEB all k ndi of ilorse Trapping, in tho beat
tod most substantial manner. Also, a large assort
ment of Horse Blanket-, W hi pi, Carpet and Leathel
fags, Url.Ilo Hits, Ituffalo llobes, Valises (the r.-a!
ole. leather). Mall Trmks, Sponge.ancl a targe as
ortiriont belongingto this line. I will aell a lo
i the lowe.1t.
D. S. CARRICK
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
very description, which I am selling at a smn
anon on New York prices, wholesale and retail
J. WEBB, Jr.,
no4 134 rifth.street. bet. Baoeand Rim
CHRISTMAS GOODS! JOHN BATK
has on hand a choice rariety of Injuries for tin
approaching festive season. Something for all I La-
rliea Ann nntlAmnn. Illl-i.. fnivm mnA llt.lj. V.tL-
as new lUiains. irigs, Currants, Prunes, Nnts.l'itrou,
in.u rtwiuM, oiinwuttrio. sua rme-appies, jeuit
'ind Preserves. Lobslers. Salmon and Hanlim.
OyBtera, fresh. Core. Spiced and Pickled, latnsla-
wu wHjM,fliu aiauuMis, joiaaoria, run. ourrry.
Catawba and Champagne Wines, Jamaica Bum.
Jcorrh and Irish Whisky, Ac. Gentlemenwill ploa;e
lot forget that the choicest Catena Cigars are to I"
lau at national Tiioaier nmiaing, Bycamore-.l re
IHAVB JUST OPENED A LOT 0
Buwue and China figures. Fancy Inks tan
Vases, Jewel and Match-boxea, fancy Shaving a i
Work-boxes, and other Fancy Quods too numeroi
to mention, suitable for the Hollilavs. which 1 w'h
ell cheaper than any other establishment in the
O'y. HKWKY DAVID.
No. 27ft Main-atreet. between Htslh and MnvAnth
N. B.-Alao a aew lot of FanoylHoape, Perroineif,
ttnota, Ac. -.- My
R. R. CAR AND SWITCH LOCKS,
Door and Gate-Springs,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Pitted.
The public, are respectfully Invited to call and ex.
mine the various pattern! and price. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
no2cm No. 183 Fifth-street, id door Irom Race.
A. B. COLVILLE.
Mo. 41 Kut Second-street, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Cincinnati, keeps every description of
Counter, Platform, Cattle, Railroad Depot,
aaa 1'nan .naieaf itmi i.
Iron Waaoae, oVr.
Bepairng done on tbe shortest aotioe. nol-tav
B. KITTREDGE & CO
134 MAIN 8TBEXT, CINCINNATI, 0.
KIT REDO E it FOLSOM,
tt St. Oharle (treat, New-Orloane, La
Importere ofGaaaeV Spot-tint Apparatas:
AND DULI&I III SDH FOWDIB.
H. CAlMPBELL & CO.,
ANTJFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
i.ja. ana Bailor iron, now Biaoa, uaiiroat vpiKea
to. Also. A rents for the sale of lronton 8u-Nalls
Warerooma no. 19 East Second Street, Clu-lnuet
LEAKER OF SINES AND VAULTS,
No.W SI flA-street. between Vine and Kace.in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Pere as who
may lavor mm wim ineir pauonage,can reiye puno
luality and low prices.
Money! Money! Money!
Removed from 56 Weat Stxtb-atraet.
fcfONEY LOANEDON WATCHES. JEW.
I'-M-ELItY an! all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at No. 173 vine-street, between
roorin ana e um. m
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 81 FIFTH-STREET, SOUTH 81DE,
(Hoar the corner of Tine,)
C. L. VICKEItS, Proprietor.
Oysters and Came served In all styles. Meals at al I
II. P. EL1AS'
New Wholesale .
WIM & JEWELRY MSB
16 West Fourth Street
Where can bo had every artlclo appertaining to thr
Business at a mnoh leaa price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered io this market.
QIVE US A CALL"
And sos for yourselves, apt
Ho.tiH S. K. Cor. Fifth and Lodge street, between
Walnut and Vine, Uiucinnatl.
AgoodaasortmentofSILVEBand PLATED WABA
pi,ii l&uiiB, otc. Kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Benalrlns
ffatoheaand Jowelry. 'tnylO
IJEGGS A SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
A RE NOW RECEIVING) ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watchea. Jnsalrv.
Silverware and Diamonds,
A lino assortment of Plated Tea Beta and Ontler
ud I porn Classes. 224
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
1K. SAJfl'L SIIUUF,
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES 01
THK BKIN, BHEUMATIHM, DIBEASK8 01
WOMEN, and sncb Chronic complaints as maytx
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmonathlo system
of bis office.
Vapor, Bnlpbur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tnr.
kish, Bnsslan and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Dis
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Electric
ind Magnetic Apparatus.
NO. 87 WEST SKVENTH-8TBK8T.
eMTOIHca hsnra A. M. to g SSiPitt'
B. 8. NEWTON, M. D.
Office, 90 West Seventh Street,
lit WM rut AD KAOI.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
vnum-Me. wi west seventh street, between Vint
tnd Usee. BmiDiNoa No. U beventh street, be
a'eon Walunt and Vine. Umpi Uouas-IS to bh
A. -.lto2I M.t Ttns P. BI.
WM. M . HUNTER.
(Saooesaor to Knowlton 4 Tatt.)
Mo. 58 West Fourth St., bet. Walnat oV Vina
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stiteh
BBODBBD BF RECENT LETTEB8 PATaKT.
TDIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PBO
. NOUNOED by all competent Judaea, whe
have lean it, to be tho best ana most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine evor introduced, reardle
af DrlAe. It Will MW all kind, nf familv arvuli
from the very thickest to the very finest fabrics made!
and uaes all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 300.
no on la aaea on toper the Machine,
Send for a circular, or call and see It in operation.
Upon earl application, State and UonntyUigbtsmay
Aneaergetlo person can make a fortune In a abort
time. Agents wanted in all unsold territory.
8c lo and exclnslve agent for the United States.
- aopl;mt 98 West Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
next to Spilth A Dixon's Hall, Cincinnati,
Ohio. A splendid Gift, worth from 80 cents to gum
will be given with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale. '
(lifts consist of Gold and Slver Watches, ladles'
Solid (Jold Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, fine Gold
Bracelets, Gents' Goid Vest-chains, and a large va
riety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth fron:
Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully invited to
call and exam I ue our stock.
A. A. KELLEY,
Publisher and Gift Bookseller,
noM-tf Ho. 28 West ronrth-strenl.
a X sV. M. 1
USE1TUI. IN EVERT HOUSE FOR
mending Purnitnro, Toys, Crockery, Glass
r: Wholesale Depot, No. M I'M t street, New York
-Ad trees . UENU? C. M'AI,DINQ A W.
Bex No. S.fii'm, Hew York .
Put np for Dealers in Cases containing foiir.elglii.
and twelve dosen a bwntlful Lithograph Show.
Gard acootnaany lof aaeh jaokage.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
Spiced Oyster. KiV
rilUH SUUSCRIBER 18 NOW RECEIV.
1NQ I AILT, by tbe Adorns Cxpreaa, MALT.
B Y '8 woria-renowned Baltimore
Freih Can, Keg: and Shell Oysters.
Fresh, HrmotlcallyTaeald COVE, SPICED a
EOBEET OEE, Agent
f Depot, II West Plftti-straat
O A VAGNA'B
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET.
WHE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RKOEIV
JL IMG daily, per Kxpress, his splendid Oysters.
Having completed arrangements in Baltimore, on
the most oxtenaire scale, I will at all times during
the season be prepared to furnish my friends, "and
the rest or mankind," with the most DELICIOUS
BIVALVES imported to tho Queen City. Hone but
the very best imported. Great inducements offered
at tms importlug-bonse.
Order aioUcitea and promptly filled. Terms cask
aeplfit Bole Importer and Proprietor.
J. FARROW &. SON'S
"CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received aauy oy ine aoams jtx
press Uompatiy. in whole and half cans.
All Oysters aold warranted fresh and of
the verv best Quality. J. B. OWINGH.
Agent, No. X Fifth-street, bet. Main
-The trade supplied on the most liboral
Day's Medal Jobber,
W. T. & S. D. DAT & 00.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
(BOTH BAND AND POWIR,) '
And nil lilnde of Printing- ftlnterialn. Noa.
ia, no ana 177 west nenona-atreetj
fjlSPBblAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
24 to our MEDAL JOBBER. Within th u.,
eighteen muntlis we have introduced llicm into four
teen dnTurent States of the Union, with the greateal
satisfactien to the parties purchasing. The power h
sppiH'ii io iu center 01 me piateti : connequentl)
there Is no possibility of its springing from an)
amount of pressure. The motion Is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact witli
.no luii,., ujnuiiiiK a nuinui imrnaoatun at
a high rate of speed.
Printers In want of the BEST JOBBKlt should
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination . They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WAS a ANTED to give the most entire satis
irn:- .l'f .fl-.:.r!
TUB MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
BCBGLAB PBOOF SAFES. They have giver
more satisfaction than any other now in use.
Weoiftr a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOL.
LAKH to any person that can, up to the present
time.show a single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With thiiHAFK we challenge all competition, at
being tbe best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fir
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing tc
test with any establishment in the Union, and tbi
party falling first, to forfeit to the other, tbe suit
of 2,0"H). :i
Wearo prepared coftrrnlrh a better Bafo, and at les
cost.thao any other manufacturer in the ODltoC
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand
Woreipectfully invite tlio public to call andeiam.
Ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, OABKOLL A CO., ' '
aojia-ri Hob. It and 17 East Colnmbla street
Wi B. DODDS,
W. II. Jlodds & Co.,
UHViAorviutaa ov rn
Fire and Burglnr. Prooi
1 AF JDS!
4. W. Corner of Vino dt Sccoiid Street.
This Is tbe most reliable FIRE AND BUBOLA
I'BOOF 8AK B that is made In tbe United States, an)
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower pricoa.and is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We bars a large asnortment on hand, and are dc
termlned to aell at prices that cannot fall to please.
TaKea In exchange. SECOND-HAND BAFB8 al.
ways on band at extremely low prices. 97)4
WINDER'S PATENT SPRING-CORD
BHD-BOTTOM can be applied to any
bedstead, old or new. In ten minutes. Elastic
Dnrable tlheap. Diapennot entirely with slats, of
wblcli so mwt complaint Is made. Also, an assort
in 'lit of Bedsteads for sale, with Bp'lng Bottoms 'n.
(Jail and axamlu them at No. 172 Vine-street.
jalUaiu. I) F. A II. WABBEW.
MAKES AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LI UBS In a superior manner. Satisfactory
references given. Address Bo. 1, Byoamore-street,
0 .rner of Front. . . . delO
Ilefitl.t. his removed to 17ViBatruil. n.i
H Bin, opposite t.tta0sea. , vfltAm
i BiJIllis1-! I
asamssana us 1 1 1111 mrrn 1 r Hi" 1 n iaaiaiiana
aaBaassaa -(mail a laiannvoisaiiHiusiiaammmmm
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
aTAiretxy established In Cincinnati In IN'JS. an-
tedatlng a)l prescot local Insurance Oompanios and
Agenciea in the Insurance business In this city. 33
years conitant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com.
mend the JETS A Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronage of this community standing solitary
tnd alone, the sole survivor aud living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of lMiiS.
Ieese paid In Clnolnnntl ri urine; past Five
Veara, 8130,034 t.
(ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIBBD. WITH A
8UKPLU8 OF f 1,030,423 80.
And the prestige of 40 years inooeas and expealenoe.
Orer $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWAROH OF 81 '4,000,000, LOHSKH
nave been paid by tilt A tua Insurance Company lo
Fir and Inland Nuvlaatlon. Blski aceeptsd
t terms oonslsteut with aolvenoy and fair prollta.
Cspeolal attention given to Insnranoe of Dwelllncs
tndUontenu, for terms of 1 to ay t.
Application made to any duly .athorlzad Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a leult
Imate Insurance baatness, this Company is enabled
toolter both iudeiiinily for the post and security for
the future. P llcles lasuod without Jolay by
, J AS H, OA U'EB, Agent, No. 40 Halnatre.1.
A. V. PATO AssisUut Agent.
H. K. LIND BV, Atoul 171 Vine itroet.
J.J. IIOOKK t, Agent. Fulton . 17th Ward. Act
WESTiiM INSURANCE COMPANY
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. t Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This Company is taking Fire, Inland ana Marine
Bisks at oorrent rates of premium, ,
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
t F Kckert, F Ball, B W Pomeroy,
William Olenn, W 0 Whlwher, w C Mann.
Bobert Mitchell, W B Oomstoek, L a K Stone,
Itobt Buchanan, CO Shaw, Coo Stall,
Wm Bellow, Beth Kvana, ' - J H Taafto.
David Olbson, H Brachman, J Q Isham, .
il Clearwater; Thoa B Elliott. '
T. F. ECKKBT, President.
BTtpmw Moaw, Secretary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company)
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, Isaao O. Oopelen, .
James F. Cunningham, Hydney S. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joseph Keakirt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George B. Dixon.
ISAAO O. OOPELEN, President;
Oxo. W. Oopilim, Secretary.
A. 11. BOSB, Surveyor.
vuiuo u, nest J uiru
itreet, Trust Co. Building. noSbfm
National Insurance Co.,
(OUlce South-west Cor. Main and Frnnl.tiWji
Mariae, Inland Transportation and
t UO A18&S
TASiliN AT CUItitKNT HAT EH.
lohn Bnraovne. IE M Smith.
Wm Uepworth, Chas L Moore,
X Wiedemer, ThosOng, SW Smith,
h 1i?"5;., Thoa B Biggs, Henry Kllis.
U. C. DBNEB, Beo'y. JNO. BUBUoVNK, en
P. A. Bpbioman, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
USIAllllSHEU IN 1829.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
8U1US against Loss and Damago by Fire; also:
I'erils of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
no.WHartwell, Allen Collier, William Besor.
onn w nuts, janies Lupton, Chas.W llowland.
J.y?'1"0' "MW Taylor, A 8 Winslow '
US Williams, H McUlrnoy, Bowmau C Baker.
, va nr. cuu, rresiaeut,
H. W. Williams, Secretary. no4
F1RB ANU MARINE.
Cagle Insuranco Company,
a , J. W. 0ABBI80N, President.
S. W. BEEDEB, Seoretary.
DiaKOTORS Ilenrv KftHsler. Anlhnn. T Wm
Wood. J. W. Garrison, Samuel U. laft, George w!
Towuley. Smith Belts.
Buavavotg-j. jj, Lawrter aud David Baker, deflay
nvtvui uilu aoiivondde no lues ajtimojui
tioej)t-!qninio0 pas moj-uioib "ioj) -jsj
'B.ianncr Tina AarnHnm amui ivnitMfl
JOUI fiiiOHIS NI dll Xfld 'S3ZI9 11 V
stlTH P00vi pub ujoo
WILSON, GARLICK b CO..
Forwarding and Commission
kBALEKS IN f.TVF. iKn nni?aflffi
UJ Hogs, Pork, Lard, Wh laky, Flour, Grain, Ac.
UHce north-west corner Sixth and Main-streets.
Cincinnati, opposite the Gait Uonse.
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
lu the General Produce and Commission Business,
under the stylo ot Wilson, Garlick A Co., respect
ml ly tender their services and solicit the patronage ol
.heir friends and the public Particular attention
oaid to buying and selling Hogs, Whisky, Flour,
'.rain, its. Their charges will be as moderate as
my other good bonse lu the r. rly. Jtefer to the mcr
vuwuivi vimiiuuBu gtmereiiy.
A. WIL80N, Ja.,
h. T, GAliltlCE,
L. T. BAHH.
j ADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNI'
L1M. at last just what the Ladles have leng ueedco
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
: The Uterine Elixir Is warranted to cure all din
tsases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of tin
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra
t'rolausos or Falling of the Womb. Painful Menstni
ition, Chlorosis. Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect cun
is guarrauteed by the nse of from two to Ave bottle,
of tbe Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative aud Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how longstanding. Price II per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to tht
following Card of one of the moat prominent Drug,
gists of Cincinnati.
"To ma Public and tbi Ladim in Pakticulab.
iffe, the undersigned, are not in tbe habit of giving
onr name to Patent Medicines; butknowiug wollthe
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uterint
'Cliilr. we cheerfully recommend it to all lemulei
.mfforlng from Female Diseasea of any kind; li I,
enrol vegetable, and In no case can do Injury; w
to all try, and our word for It, yon will i' rid re-He'-
.. T. D. HILL, Drigslst,
epTT "Corner of Fifth and Baoe-atn eta."
U ADAME EiTmS'S SPANISH- EIMU-
1TJ LATINO COUGH AND LIVES Bt L8AU
rures without fail, pains in the Breast, Ba- u,
Side fr Limbs: Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness D,Mi
ctulr of Breathing, Headache. Flatulency, lie. 1 1
urn, Chronlo Bheumatism, Billions Clhollc, tlrsn t
Choli-, Griping Pains of the Bowels, Liilln. -i
tupci, Inactivity, Loas of Appetite, aud in Su
Meustruatlon it la certain
a cure, and gl,
Immediate relief. In any of the above dlsk-
wIM give relief In twenty minutes, aud a perr
uent cure by the naeoftvo bottles. Only ("i cm
per bottle so cheap that every person oan gel It,
N. H,For sale byF.D. HlLlj, Druggist, cor,
itaosand Filth-streets; J. D. PAI1E, coinoi
Fourth and Walnnt; SUIBE, KUKSTUIN A '
corner Vine and Fourth; JOHN DICKSuN. con,, i
Jhn and Sixth; PAUL BEINLEIN, cornel I
Eigbthand Freeman. Also, KDWAKD BUAM .
W,, corner of Main and Fourth; and Msdn,
8LLIH, 144 West Blxth-wtreet. aep'T-ai
O AND Y ! GANDT
iBoeeeewrto MtbmAOoJ : ',;
Aaiinactureit and Wholesale D!1.
?IM ASH PLAIN CANDIES,
8TRBKT, ClXCIirif Al i
M. H. BALDWIN, ATTORNL l
AND UOUNBKLLOB AT LAW and Mail r
Commlaaloner of the Bnperiof and Common Flo i
'loiirts. Bank Building, north west ooraerof Mam
nd Thlrd-sirets,j ajaA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
TfaJO CHANGE OF CARS TO INDIA'S?
, 918,"nWh!oh ' gne with rallro.ds,
twt puu huuj mil njiuts iu IUB v JBb BUU Al UriU-W0II,
THREE PASSKNOEB TRAINS
Leave Cincinnati dally, from the foot of Mill aud
6:M A. M. Chicago Mall Arrives at Indianapolis,
at 12:10 P. M.; Chicago at 0:'M P. M.
18:43 P. M. Terie Haute and Lafayette Accommo.
datlou Arrives at Indianapolis at 6:15 P. M.
7:15 P. M. Chicago kxpruss-Arrives at Indianap
olis at 12:10 A. 01. ; Chicago at 10:80 A. M.
Sleeping Cars are attacned to all night-trains on
this line, and run through tp Uhichgo without
cb.nge of cars,
, aM Be sure yon are in the right ticket-office be
fore yon purchase yonr tickets, and ask for ticket .
via Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same, und time shorter than any otber
Baggage checked through.
. U JftHOnilCitKT8, good until used, oan be ob
lalned at tbe TIcket-offlees, at Spencer House d rner.
N. W. corner of Broadway and Front; No. 1 Burnet
House corner; at the Walunt-atreet House, and at
uepot Office, footoi Mill, on Frunt-atreet, where all
naceswary inloamation can be had.
Omnibuses run to aud from each train, and will
sail for passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, by leaving addrets at either office.
J'7 H. 0. LOUD. President.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
Tbe Shortest IXoute between Clnolaaatl
' and Ca-aago.
Three Passenger Trainsl.veOinoiJiiiaUdally.from
hofootof Mllland Front itets.
2f -ylc w -i J iviatIndlanipolla
at 12:10 P. M., Chicago ai IO:ao 1'. At. Thla train
jonnects i with all night Stain, out of Chicago tor .
the West and North-west; connects at Indlanap"-'
lis with trains for Terra Uaote; also with Pet o
rains for Pern, Loganspvt, Fort Wayne and IV
iouo. 1Ai45 P. M.-Terre Haece and Layfayctte Ao-
comniouatlon arrive at ladianapolla at 6:1ft P.M..
making direct oonneotlona at Indianapolis with La
layette trains for Decatur, Spriugfield.TiapIei, oBli.
f y, Hannibal und St. Joseph.
a,l1"ii""L' P'o"" arrives at Iodianspolla
at,J2:I. A" M-i .making clese connections at Ouicaxu
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
8i?ill'1P c,r" "J9 attached to all tue night trains
onthfs line, and run through to Chicago without
change of cars.
Thials exclusively a Western aud North-aestcra
.onto, and with fav.reble and reliable arrangenieuta
with all connecting roads thioughout the entire
Vest, guarantees nnosnal care and Ike am. lest ac.
oommodationa to the patrona ot this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line b nsed
when necessary, to govern the movement of trains.
od Lpnghndge'a eelebrated Patent Brakos, are att
tached to all passenger trains, by which they canoe
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern lm
pioveiuenta necesaary tor the comfort and safety ol
passengers, the majagera of this road have liberally
Smoking-cars to thlsllno.
" De sure yoa are in tbo right ticket office before
on purchase yoar tlcl.ts, aud ask for tloketa via
U.wrenoebnrg and Indianapolis.
.neSked'througb ny 0'her Bag?ai
'f HBOCGB f lOklM, gooJ until need, can be ol
talned at tbe ticks! oniosa, at Spencer House Coinoi
aorth-west oornsr Bioad,ay and Front; Ho. 1 Hnr
??rTornf'i ' ihJ WaJ-nt-Mrtet House, and
t Depot offloe,uai of Mill, on Front street, where ;
t I necessary iitterinatiitB air tie had. ,T
Omnibuses rua to and friu 3ach train, and w
M Sot passengers at all uoltlj and ail parts oi tu
city, bj leaving addrui at .1 1 b r office.
.. W H. L. NOBLK.
Jli Usneral Ticket
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LKAVB TJ3
Sixth-street Depot. r
Trains run through to Cleveland Sandusky. To.
ledoand liidlauapoiis without chauga of eare,
Through Ticket, for all Eastern, Western, Not lh.
jn and North-weiitern cities.
A. 1U. K.VPKKMa TltAIN For UanilHon,
Kichuiond.lndianapoli., La alette, Chicago, and all
tt.nteiu Cities. Connects at flicliinond wltUO. in"J
0. Iload forliogausport; also couuects at Uamillnu
niiOA. M. TRAIN-Fur Dayton, Bpringflo:d,
Suudunky, Toledo aud Chicago. This train makes
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
name evenlug. Also connects at Uubana roit Co
ivaans; at Bellet'untaine with B. aud I. B. It.; at
Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Rai
lroad; at Clyde a ill: Cleveland aud Toledo Bail
road trains for Clevelaui'i at Dayton for Greenville,
Union. Winchester and Muncie.
,10 1 A. I. EXPRisHnTKAlN-For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Budalo, Boston, New
lork, and all Kasteru cities Alsiiconnectsatdiest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
r ::40 P.l. TRAIN- For Hamilton, Richmond
Logausp-irt, Peoria and Burlington; also Indianap
olis, Terre Haute and Si. Louis, counecte at Hamil
ton for Oxlord.
SiilUP. tll. TRAIN-For Dayton, Springfield,
Belletontulne, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, anA
all points in Canada. Connects at BellefonUine wild
H. and I. K. Ik,
11:30 P. JM. EXPRE TRAIN-For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
Mew York, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
'Jreatline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eaitern cities.
,,!Tb6 night Kxpress Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P.M., leaves daily ixoap . Satubdats. AU other
trains leave daily ixurT SUNnAis;
For further information aud Tickets, apply at th a
Ticket offices-north-east corner Front and Broad-ff-ay;
No. 16 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Ufflce.on the west side of Vine-street,
ijotween PostoMce and Burnet House; or at the
no D. MoTABEN, Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Two Through Express Tralruu.
Uolumbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Colum
bns and Bollair WheellES). Also, for Springfield.
Luis truiu mwyt uetween uinoinnau ana von
at an me principal stations.
WEC'ONU TRAfN-Colnmhna Aaenmninltlnn
t4idl P. M. This train stops at all atatlona be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
TlllRD TRAIN Night Express at Ili30 P.
connects via Oolanibue and Bellair (Wheeling):
ria Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via Oulum -bus
Steubenvllle and Pittsburg; via Columbus aud
Uleveland. ' t- r
Thla Train stops at LorelaneV, Morrow, Xenla
tnd London. SLEEPING OAUSGN THIS TRAIN .
ataTTheDay Express runs through to Cleveland,
A heeling and Pittsburg, via hteubemille, without
ihntige otcars. . , ...
The N1QUT EXPBXS8 Train leaving Oinolnnatl
tt lltJOP. M runs dally, except 8ATUHDATB.
I'lie other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYB.
For all Information, and Through Tickets to Boa -on,
New Fork, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton. Buffalo. Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
rtttsburg. Wheeling, and all the Kaetem pieces,
.pply at the Offices, Walunt Street House, No. 4 liar,
uet Bouse, south-east oorucr of Broadway and Frost
streets, and at tbe Eaatern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus llpie, which Is (even mln
ates taster than Cincinnati i we. .,
t . J. DTJBAND, Snp't.
Omnlbnsee call for passenf rs by leaving direotione
tt the Ticket Offlcee. nol.
.virht tkais nir itpiitoi
1 t . 7 - i4 MJ1UU AA. AV
i A. Mj conjlfcts vie Columbus and Cleveland;
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cinciniiati and St. . , Louis.
THBOUGRWITHOOT VHIANOE OF OAlui.-
Two Daily Trains lor Vluoenties, Cairo and iU
Louis, at 7:30 A. M.. anil T-SO P M
MPVSil' Lor. ""'"I". 73 A.H.
avansviite s i ytav a?, n; " l -1
The Trains conneot at Bt. Louis for all points la
Kansas and Nobraska, Hannibal, Qnlncy and Keo.
Suit; at Ut. Lonis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksborg ,
Matches and New Orleans.
One Through Train vu Bdnday at 7:M P. M. '
ItsfOBNiKo-Faat Line Leaves last St. Lou Is,
Juudays excepted, at :0 A. M., arriving at Cincin
nati at 10:16 P. M.
Bxpaass Tbaik Leaves last Bt. tools dkOr asi iaW
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:2SA. M.
FOB THBODGH TICKETS
Co all points West ai d South, pleane apply at the
wjmwjB. I niuHi.Mn, i niiun , uetween aixtu ana
seveuutnels, No. .1 Burnet House, corter, efllce.
luiiu-wmwiwi v. . huh oruanway ,ifnirU' er
UoumOIBo, aadat the Depot, corner Fron taudM III.
itroet. W.'h. MENtTden-l. Superfnlend.nt
OmBibnsws oall for paeeeers., , - ori
OLD OOVIJaNMSNT JAVA, OLD MO
CHA, and very superior old Bio iVinW at
Ja7 Corner Ninth ajil Vlue .tr. tta.
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