T ET IS PEES 8
.JAN DA II Y !iO
THE ABSENT ONE AT CHURCH.
At church once mon, Toward bar Mat
I tarn m; era la tear:
No need tbli flutter of the heart
Be oalm-she Is not here.
Oh, blank despair I How can I pray ?
The virgin doe not come.
To take thy poor petition np,
And bear it to in tbrone.
I hear the preacher read and pray,
I hear the ohoir sing:
Mr worahip if the hand that eweepi
The harp without a airing.
No priestess here before the sarins,
I bear my gift away,
For on the altar of mr heart,
No Incenie barni to-day.
Fate of the Mysterious Beauty.
To portray upon ivory the features
whioh will probably grow blaok in tho
dust lone before even his fragile tints
have faded to give to those who are
parting with the one nearest and dearest
to their hearts, some shadow of their
visible presenoe this in the task of the
Many have been the' glad, and many
the sorrowful occasions upon whioh my
penoil has been summoned; one or two of
the soenes it is my purpose to lay before
the reader, in oolors not bright, perhaps,
Years have passed sinoe one morning
in the early season, I was aroused from
my labors in my studio by the arrival of
a visitor. He was voungyand there was
in his air that whioh indicated the union
of high birth and mental superiority.
His manner was elegant and yet it was
not without a touoh of embarrassment.
I have called," said he, "in the hope
in the belief that it is possible for nn
artist to take a likeness from from mem
ory should there be a disliko to sit
t have been able to do so," replied
1, a littlo surprised at his marked con
fusion. "If you would do it for me, I should be
more grateful than you can imagine bui.
the circumstances are peculiar, and I sun
fearful you may.refuse; but," added ho,
and his eyes filling with tears proclaimed
his emotion "my happiness my only
chanoe of happiness is in your hands! I
am about to leave England for years, and
would wish to continue unknown to
you but there is a
lady one in whom my very existence h-
bound up we have been brought U
together, hut we must be separated. You
nhitll see her and if you will give me it
fiketoh, however slight "
For a moment he covered his face with
his hands. I promised a ready com
pliance with his wishes, if he would in
struct me how to proceed. It was ur
ranged that 1 was to go with him that
iiigfit to the opera that I should see the
nrbitress of his fate tho keeper of his
heart's treasure. "One glance at her
features," he said, "will be my best
excuse." It would have been impossible
for mo to hesitate long, for his passionnto
entreaties would have prevailed upon u
far loss sensitive nature than mine.
To the opera I went with him that
night; and in all the dazzling circle around,
there was not one whose beauty could for
a moment compare with that of the youu;
and exquisite face that I was to remember!
Who that had ever seen it could forget
My companion entered her box, and
tho change that came over her bright
chock told its own tale, whilst the aid of
cold politeness with which the lady of
stately and matronly appearance who was
by her side, greeted his approach, showed
that it was by stealth alone he could ever
hope to win even the dim imperfectly
pictured remembrance of-that glorious
face. , .
Once more 1 went to gaze upon it; and
with a throbbing heart I sketched her
matchless features. I had caught the smile
with which she welcomed him, and when
I placed it before my stranger guest, 1
thought that, in the folly of his young
love, he would have worshipped the hand
that gave consolation to his exile.
i Months passed by, when 1 received u
request from Lord R , that I would
paint a minature of his young "fiancee."
1 of course complied, and at the hour
appointed for the sitting, his lordship en
tered the room, a lady leaning on his arm;
the same, aye, the same fair creature
whom I had already sketched for another !
With oold and evident reluctance she
allowed him to lead her to a seat Beau
tiful as she still was, a shadow seemed to
have passed over her. Sorrow had been
in the depths of those blue eyes, and had
stolen away the lustre and the light that
were native to them; whilst, for the glad
ness of youth which I had seen in them
before, there was a settled expression ol
dispair. I read in that face a fearful
story ! ' '""'" "
.T&eTtext day 1 was informed that Lad;
j-touisa G was too unwell to resume
i her sitting. I heard, at the same time,
that it was "her father's will" that ishe
should become tho bride, of Lord It .
A short timo after, I saw their union
announced in the papers.
The next spring found me still sur
rounded 'by the impliuients of the art 1
love, when wie evening I received a hur
ried note fromQTfl.R , requesting
my immediate pYee5oe.at the house in
I went, and iu a most agitated man
ner did he beg of me to take a likeness
of his beautiful his dying wife.
Shocked beyond expression, I accom
panied him to the drawing-room; aiid
there, extended on a couch, was laid the
wreck of the young girl I had seen but
one little year before, in all the "pride
and prodigality" of beauty!
The glorious eyes were sunk and dim;
the exquisite features sharpened by the
band of death; the dark hair thrown back
in the impatience of sickness! She
welcomed me with a faint smile but met
lior husband's anxious eye with an ex
pression which was not love.
I sat down to my sad task, and had
scarcely commenoed when a domestic
. brought in a card. The pale cheek or
Lady Rr flushed deeply, as she trcm
blindly exclaimed. "Let him coma in.".
"My love," interrupted Lord K ,
you arc not wen enough to see stran
: gen." -
"Strangers! We were brought op
together, whispered the dvine creature
The door flew opn, and the visitor en
tered. Iknew him at tho first dance
He walked hurriedly to tho sofa on which
' the lady sat, uioapable ol rising (tboug!
evidently anxious) to receive luui. Jin
nV -Appeared to see bat one subject in tli
- n jupartmont or iora It s presence
h seemoa ' wholly unconscious. " Ho
. t ,, . , . . ,
"iv 1 Idly pressed a pale, thin, OOld band t')
liii hps hers marmnred some one word
that might be his name, but it was
scarcely audible. The hand grew colder
in his fevered pressure. Yes, even before
Lord R could interpose, or proffer
assistance she, with one long,, intense
look npon features familiar to ner from
childhood, and imaged probably in her
marriage-dreams, had fallen baok, the
loveliest ruin ever eve beheld.
When I left that stately and splendid
mansion it had no mistress.
Deleterious Effect of a Quaker's Attire.
Cobbett, who lived for more than a year
at Hampstead, Long Island, used some
times to tell laughable stories at the
expense ot tno (Quakers, some ol wnoni
lived in his neighborhood there. The
author of "Reoolleotions of Mr. Jay," a
Bath olergyman, gives the following as
reoeived from Cobbett' s own lips :
I was acquainted with a well-disposed
young gentleman of large fortune, whose
only fault was the habit of swearing
and a habit that he often deolared he
would give half of his fortune to get rid
of. This desire came to the ears of a
Quaker, who thereupon had an interview
with the young gentleman, and said :
"I can cure thee of that bad habit"
"Whereupon the youth oaught hold of
the Quaker's hand, gave it a hearty shake,
"How oan yon perform this miraole?"
The reply was:
"I oan tell thee. I have heard that thou
art going this day to travel for a period
of six weeks. Thou art just my size;
nobody will know thee; thou shalt como
to my house, put on the cocked hat, the
ooat without buttons, the knee breeches,
and thou wilt find the arrangement of the
dress will have such an effect on thee,
when thou art going to talk, that it will
restrain thoe from swearing as thou per
haps knowest my good friend, that Qua
kers never swear..
The young man cheerfully assented to
the proposal, and accompanied tho
Quaker to his house, where, after chang
ing his clothes, he took his departure in
the garb of a Quaker, and went on his
way rejoicing. The period of the younj;
gentleman's tour elapsed, and the Quaker,
all anxiety, started to meet him Having
me? him he, said:
"How art thee?"
The reply was:
"Hast thou sworn so muoh with that
dress on thee?"
The young man, rubbing the sleeve of
his ooat replied:
"Certainly not, but I feel nd -d in
clination to lie?"
Deleterious Effect of a Quaker's Attire. A YANKEE'S OPINION OF THE STRANGER.
They had a play down to the theater the
other flight; there was a feller in it named
the Stranger; another feller named Mis
Haller. ihe Stranger nobody know d
and he know'd nobody, and Miss Haller
was in the same fix. Another feller
named the Count (he wasn't of muoh ac
count), he thought he'd bring these peo
ple together kinder neighborly like, and
the invited Mr, Stranger up to a stow tit
his house. The Stranger come, and Mr.
Count introduced him to Miss Haller.
He said "how dew ye dew." Miss Haller
kinder looked up, gin one squoak and
down she flopped. That's all that play
Hair Powder, Hair powder was freely
used in 1590. An other equally good
authority says, that powdered hair first
took its origin from some ballad singers,
at the Fair of St ttcrmain, whitening
their heads, in order to make themselves
lookjridiculous. A tax was 'subsequentl y
laid upon powdered hair, May 5 1795;
and full bottom wigs were first worn by the
judges in 1674. Long hair was pronibited
in Massachusetts, in the year 1649.
Present Facility op Travel. To
explain tho facilities of travel which mark
the present age, au Englishman said that
during the present year he had eaten a
sandwhieh on the top of the great pyra
mid of Egypt, drank the health of Queen
Viotoria on the verge of the crater ol
Vesuvius, and been rather Bharply scolded
by bis wife on the summit of Mount
Tht iDbvil Orthographically Con
sidered. A clergyman recently re
marking on the appropriateness of this
cognomen to the person designated by it,
added: "The whole name is bad. If wo
take away the first letter, it is evil; take
away another letter, it is vile; take awa
the next letter, it is ill; and the last letter
itself has the sound of helL"
Singular Freak op Liohtnino A
flash of lightning penetrated the theater
at Venice during the performance. Six
hundred people were in the house at tho
time, several of whom were killed. It
put out the light, and melted a gold watch
case. Jewels in the ears of toe ladies
were split in twain, those of composition
were melted. This occurred in 1769.
Caninh Calculation. It has hnen anl-
oulated that the hairs on the tip of a dog's
tan, oi tne average length ot ntceei
inches,(tuil, not hair) are made to tra
verse 25,433 miles by the rumple act of
waecinc, during an ordinary haunv 1 It".
of nine vears two months and eleven
days, which is the moan lifetime of u
Sobnb in a Restaurant, Waiter
Have anything more, Sir?
Dramatic Critic No aw, yea give
mo another cup of coffee, extra stroncr.
I have to see a new Amerioan Comedy to
night, and must keep awake!
A Focl Conundrum. Q. If a pretty
poultress marries a pillmonger, why may
she be said to make a bad bargain of it?
A. Because Bne lots him have a "duck,
and gets nothing but a quack in return.
If a lady yawns half a dozen timos
in succession, young man, you may get
Whv is a tradesman who keens, en
larking his stock like a reptile? Because
ne is an aaaer.
A good action is never thrown awav.
That is tho reason, no doubt, why we fiud
so tew ot tnein. , :
A celebrated naturalist says that asso
are the most vilified of all animals,
We know that fotcs are the most run
HARRISON tc COLLIN
C'ENtRAT. BEE-HIVE QALT.EKY, Sor
) neiynf Fifth and Western-row. PhotugrHphs,
elsewhere tn the oily. Oil Colored I'liotoitMplii
i meueorou sumw, irora me to tnesmauesi tniniaiorr
Plctnrn neatly act in lockout, llr,Ht-pi n. Kilmer
uuls-ey A. 8. BLOOM.', Artiil,
R. R. CAB AND SWITCH LOCKS,
Door and Gate-8pringv 1
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Sung. Keys Pitted
The anblio are respectfully invited to call and ax.
amine the varioue pattern! and rice. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
aoMm No. lit Fifth-street, Id door from Ban.
A. B. COLVILLE,
No. 41 Eaat Second-street, between Bycamor and
uroeaway, uincinnau, Keeps every Description or
Pannier, Platform, (Puttie, Railroad Depot
4 raoM noHnij i wuvrvf
rtou naiwi, wh
Bspalrng dona oa the shortest notice.
B. EITTBEDOE & CO
IU MAIM 8TBKT, OlHClNflATI, 0.
lift St. Oharlet itraet, Maw Orlaana, La
Importer efGaaeofc BportUc Apvaratae,
AMD DIAL! U l BUS F0WD1B. '
H. CAMPBELL & CO.
f ANUPACTURERS 01 BAR, 8HEBT
I'M. and Boiler Iron. Plow giabi, Bailroai Ipikei
te. Alio. A jenta for tneealeof lronton BwtNalla
Warerooma So. 19 Kant fteoond Street, Otirlnnat 1
arAll kin U Iron male to order. IN
(1 LEANER OF SINKS AND VAOITS,
J No. WStaU-etroet, between Vine and Mace, In
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Fereaewh
may laror inin who tueir patrunacccan rtiiyn punc
futility and low price. nl-ay
Money! Money! Money!
Kemnred from .10 Wait 8Utbatret.
"fONKY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW-"-lULBV
dJ all kimli of Merchandiae. at low
ratea cf iut.-et. at No. in VlDe-etmet, mtwevn
Fourthand PJtth. 34
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. SIS riFTB-STBEET, 80DTH 8IDE,
( Hoar the corner of Vine,)
J. L. VI CUE US, Proprietor.
Oyetrt and Oawewned iu all ttylea. alealeatall
13. P. 12L1AS
16 West Fourth Street
Wbore oan bo had orery article appertaining to tht
I'nalnoM at a mueh leaa price, for CASH, tba
ban ater before been offered in thla market.
GIVE US A CALL1
And nee for yonraelytn. apii
J KWELK It,
Ho. MS M. K. Cor, Vifth and Lodge ttreeta, between
Walnut and -Vine. Cincinnati.
good assortment oi SI t, V K B and PLATED WABt
ai'Jt,UTAUi., etc., Kept constantly on nand. v
Spucial iittontlou givon toUleanlnft and iiepalriii.v
Wtchoa and Jewelry. . my 10
MEGG9 SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
A RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
. their large aseortmont of Watobea, Jewelry,
Silverware and Diamond!.
A ilne assortment of Plated Tea Seal and Cutlery
4tid Opera Oiajaee. SM
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
1K. SAlll'L SI LSI! EC
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES Of
THJO SS.lt, BHKUMAT1BM, DISEASES 01
WOMKK, and aucb Obronio complaints aa may
benefitted by the Hygyenlo and Atmopatblo lystem
Vapor, Solphnr, Iodine, Arsenic Mercnry, Tar
klsli, Kussian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Dir
pomary of Medioine, and every manner of Kleotrii
and Magnetic Apparatus.
NO. M WKST SKVKNTH-STKBHT.
'Tillllai heirs !l A. M. to 6 anjyjjJJ.'
K. S. NEWTON, M. I), ,
iMnn, 90 Welt 8evnth Street,
irwi!t Tim d baos.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrioc Na. IK) West Seventh street, between Vint
and Uace. Ucsidefcb-No. AS Seventh street, I"
ween Walnnt and Vine. Omo Uouaa 7M to Sb
I '. It ti,iM I'. M.l 7 U8 P. M.
WM. M . HUNTER,
o ' 3i)6 V.Ine-atreet.
(dnOMMsor to Knowlton A Taft.)
No. 0 West Fourth St., bet. Walnut 6V Vlo
4 CINCINNATI, OHIO.
$30. $0. $0. $30.
thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitoh
HSODUJCU BY KKOEUT LETTXBS PATKHT.
rnib MACHINE HAS BEEN PKO
- NOUNOEI) by all comDxtrnt luAmnm. whi
nave seen it, to be the beat and most desirable rani
Sewiug Machine evnr lulrodnced, reauirdleaa
nrloe. It will sow all kinds of familr sond..
from the Tory thickest to theyerj finest labrics inado
nl oni'n all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 2110.
no on nseo on topot tne machine.
Uend lora circular, or call and atm it in onaratloti.
Upon early upplicatiou, State and County Kightsmay
Anonersutio nersuncan make a fortune In a short
time. Agentswantod In all unsold territory.
H. V. IUIIIT111AN,
ho l ui ezclnsive agunt tor the United States,
oegli(nt tH Went Fonrth-street. UtncinnaU.
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOTJRTK-STRHET,
next to Smith A Miznn'a Hull. !lnnlnn(i.
Ohio. A splendid Qift, worth from AO cents to SI'),
will be given with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
CliflH oonsiat of tiold and biver Watches, Ladles'
Holid OnlU Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, fine Gold
uraceiets, ueuts uoia vcsi-cnains, ana a large vu
riety of oilwr articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
cents tdSJIift. '
Ladies aud aentleuon are roipoctfally Invited to
A. A. KELLEY,
PubUshcr and Gift Bookseller,
no2Mf No. 28 West ronrth-stroet. ;
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE FOR
rnrmllug Furnlturo, Toys, Crockery, Glass
Wbiilvsala Depot, no. m Plait street, New York.
Adjrrss JIKNBY 0. frAJL,DlNO A CO.,
Dc Kn. New York.
Put np fur Dealers in Caws contalulDg fotir,ol:ilit.
and twelve dnjien a bwutifid Lithograph Show
Oard ac-xmpa-'iylm eeob.packago.
ACT EfjONOMYt A
J Save the Pieces! 4V
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O. S. MALTBY
Bpload Oyiteri, l
liy riuKuuOTvn 7,L
rilHS STJB80RIBBR IB FOW REOEIV.
J- IN9 DAILY, by the Adam tiprssa, bajjT.
bi oworuOTMowBeatieiiuaora . i
Freih Cut, Keg and SheU Oyster,
rreah, Bermetically-sealad OOYi, 8PI0D
20S2T OBE, Agsut
Depot, II West rifth-straet
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH8TKEBT.
WHB SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RKOIIV-
M. IMO daily, per bpreas, his splendid Oytlers.
Having oompleted ajrangements In Baltimore, on
the moat exfenslra scale, I will at all times dnrlni
the season be prepared to furnish mi friends, "and
the rest of mankind," with the most DILIOIOUS
BIVALVES imported to the Queen City. None bo
the very belt imported. Great indocemenU ofiereJ
at tnis importing-nonse.
Order siolloited and promptly filled. Terms caal
Sole Impprleraad Proprietor.
J. FARROW & SON'S
T1ELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS
reoeived dally by the Adams Ki
nross Oompany.tn whole and half cans.
All Oysters sold warranted fresh and of
the very beat quality. J. B. 0WING8,
Asent. No. 37 fifth-street, bet. Main
and W alnnt-streets.
N. B. The trade supplied on the most libera
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAT & 00.,
" ' Mannfacturers and Dealers in
' (BOTH HAND AND POWER,) '
And nil kinds of Frlntln MaterlBla, Noa
7a, n a una 177 west f eeono-atreei,
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLE1
to onr MEDAL JOBBER. Within the lss
elghtooii months we have introdnced them into four
tern different States of the Union, with the greates'
satisfaction to the parties pnrohaslog. The power i
applied to the center of the platen i cousequenll)
there ia uo possibility of Jts springing from an)
amount of pressure. The motion It so transmittei
to Has to cause a dwell on the point of contact witl
the form, insuring A PKUFKCT IMPRKSSION a
high rate of speed. j'
Printers in want of the BEST JOBBER elioulo
not purchase elsewhere without alving this an ex
amlnation. They are strong, durable and rapid, an''
are WARRANTED to give the most entire satis
THE MOST RELIABLE KIRE AND
BORGLAB PROOf BAFB8. They hare givei
more satisfaction than any other now tn use.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND D01,
LA UN to any nerson that oan. nn to the nreseol
time, showa single instanoe wherein tbey have failei
to preserve tbeir contents.
with thlsBAFB we challenge all competition, ar
beina- the best Fire Proof. Bnrsrlar Proof, or Kir,
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing t
teat with any establishment in the Union, ana tb
party failing firat, to forfeit to the other, the sun
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at lea
coat, then any other manufacturer In the Unltei'
xooond-Band fares of other makers, also oa hanc
WerodDectfullv invite thennblic to cat! and fliam
Ine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, UAKKULli VW.,
angl2-v t Hos. IS and 17 Bast Oolnmbia street
Wi B. DODDS,
?ormsrlf of Hall.Dodds A do.; late Urbau.Dodds d Ot
U . II. Dodds St 0.,
uautAOTuwaa or tiu
Fire aud . ISurclnr ProoJ
1 1 t 1 . 1
- & 3k. 37s 33 S Z . '
8. W. Ooruer of Vine k gecoad Htreet
Tiils t the moat reliable FIltB AND BOBQLA
VBdor AFB that la made In the United States. anil
Is warranted perfectly freo from damp. Oan be soU'
at lower prices, and 1 of bettor workmanship thai
oan bo found elsew here.
Ws have a largo assortment on band, and are it
tarmined to sell at priooe that cannot fall to pleas.
Old Safes ;
Taken In exchange. UKOONS-HAND BA'KB si
ways on nanq at extremely low pnens.
WINDER'S PATENT SPRING-CORD
0BD-B0TTOM can be applied to any
bedstead, old or new, in ten minutes. Elastic
Dnrable Cheap. Dispenses entirely with slats, of
which so mncb complaint is made. Also, an assort
ment of Bedsteads for sale, with Spring Bottoms In.
Call and examine them at No. 172 Vine-street.
jaUiam . ). H. WABBN.
MAKKS AND . REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS in a superior manner. Satisfactory
reference given. Address No. I, Broamore-street,
Corner of front. delO
REMOVAL E. OSMOND, M. D.,
Dentist, haa removed to 7jjvintreef, near
Vtvwss, gfps mm.rn vti muri'mm
BP B MHjSKSBJ liji "ills iHLhisaCnWy7y
Incorporated 161 9. Charter Perpetual
sW Agency esUbllshed In Cincinnati In 1 899, an
tedating all present local Insurance Oorspantos and
Agencies in the Insurance business in this city. 3,1
rears oonsiant dnty here, oombined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the MTSA Insurance Company to the favora
ble natrons of this oommunltr standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer 01
Cincinnati underwriters of lN-iA,
Losses ld la tlnejyniitl dorla a mI Fire
Yearat 813i,034 'AT.
fBmu.rtr AND DNIA1PAIBID.1 WITH A
SURPLUS OP $1,030,423 8J.
And the prestige of 40 years s access andexpesjenoe.
1 IKVllTMIJITt Of
Orer $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
nsnrians s sii.i.niin.nnn. i.nuaRSi
Have been paid by the .
oy tn aidi insnranoe uompany ic
sae past aw years. '
aTtva mnA Tnlxnil Nlantlaai. Risks aoeesteil
at terms ooneisteut with lolvenoy and fair profits,
special attention given to Inauranoe of Dwellings
anil Ooutenla, for tenna of ltoSy j.
Application mans to any oniy .otnonnea agent
iromptly attended to. By strict attention to a leglt
mate insurance business, this Oomnany ia analued
to oiler both indemnity for the past and security for
JAS Ii. OABTIK, Agent, No. iO Uain itraet
A. r. i'ATCH. Assistant Agent.
U. K (ilNIiHSY, Agent 171 Vlns streel.
i.i. HOOK1B, Agout.Fnlton. ITtU Ward. n6
WE8TEBN INSURANCE COMPANY
OFPIOH IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 1 front-street, between Main andSycamore.
This Comoanr is tukius Fire. Inland and Mar lor
Slsks at current rates of premium.
bosses lairly adjusted and promptly paid,
TKKckert, rBall, SWPomeroy,
wiiuam uienn. v u wnircner, w u xinu.
Robert SI itched, W H Gomstock, L(iK Htoue,
Robt Buchanau. OOSlmw. 00 Stall.
Wm Hellew, , Both Uvaus, ' J 11 Taaffe,
David Gibson, H Brach.mau, I 0 Isham,
H Clearwater, Thot R Klliott.
1. r. XiUKfitti, rresiaoni.
Stiprin Mobsi, Secretary. nog
Fire and Marine Insurance.
' Citizens' Iusurance Company
OP CINCINNATI, OHIO.
, a) -
William Wood. Isaac U. Copelen, : "
James If . Onnulugham, Hyduey 8. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrechor, Joseph Beaklrt,
Ueo, W. Biahon, Wm. Fisher,
George R. Dixon.
ISAAO (I. OUl'ELSN, President.
Ueo. W. ,'0Pr.LitN, Secretary.
A. M. ROSS, Surrcyor.
Is Brenarvd to issue Policies on Fire and Marin,
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office No. 3 West Third-
atreet, Trust Co. Building. noSbfoi
National Insurance Co.,
' l C'lncinnutl) Ohio,
(Oflioe South-west Oor. Main and front-streets.)
Marina,-Inland Transportation ana
, Jtire JKisKs
TAHKN XV Ct'RKRNT KA'PKS.
John Bnrgoyne, K M Smith, Robert Moore,
vvm xiepwurtn, una jj taoore, si secnneimer,
F X Wledemnr. Thos Oni. " 8 W iimith.
J L Boss. Thus B Biggs, Henry Kills.
H V. UKNli,Seo'y. JNO. BURGOYNB, fres.
noSbfm P. A. Spbiobai, Hurveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
OFFICE NO. 4 FEONT-STHKET. IN
SURES against Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
Jno.W Hartwell, Allen Collier, William Reaor.
John W Kills, Jamas Iiupton, Unas. W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Kraaor, J W Canfiald, .
RJZtrS'- BMW, Tavlor, A 8 Winslow.
OS Williams, H McBirney;, n.nu.iiD.U.
juhh w. UAttt wtiitj, rrestaent,
0. W.Wnnisis, Secretary. no8
FIRK AND MARINE. ,
Eagle Insurance Company,
J. W. GARRISON, President.
S. W. BKBDKB, Secretary.
Dibictohs Henry Kessler. Anthony Far. Wm!
117 4 I w n...lu Uun.Al a rn., "! 11'
Townley. Smith Betts.
BuariiOBS J. u. Liawoerana uaviu mser. aemy
M70,-.nrt " 'mi Wilt i
V)Bod qti uonoodii uo tnss sjU3JI0 IHI
i)u)-wiqmni0Q put itoa-tuojBBj 'ioo 'a 'K
!'00 2J H3HVH m "M
SJ9II0O nu naniMu-J oiobijo.i "ol 'SulJlMl
1110(0 8iltl"a 'aioiioe i JnoM 'sjunoi Itimfl 'Sj9i:
uiu anpiiu pus lauan i)ooj i PIos so; -seuivjj-r?
movi 0NOHXS m aa xna 'sazis n V
WIIfSOM, GAKIiICK eft CO., ' .
Forwarding and Commissioi)
1 'DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
mJ Hogs, Pork, Lard, Whisky, Flour. Grain, Ac.
Office north-west corner Sixth and Bain-streets,
Cincinnati, opposite tne uait uonse.
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
In the General Produce aud Commission Business,
under the style of Wilson, Garliok ft Co,, respect
fully tender their services and solicit the patronage ot
their friends and the public. Particnlar attention
paid to buying and selling Bogs, Whisky, Flour,
Grain, Ac. Their charges will be as moderate s:
any other good house in thee sty. liefer to the mer
chants of Cincinnati generally.
A. WILSQN, J, . .
',. U. T, GAlUacK, ,
no28bm . L.T. BAttjr
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNI
at last just what the Ladies have long nesdei
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir la warranted to cure all dls
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of tin
Womb, tb Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb, Painful Heuatrn
atton, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in taot, a perfect enn
la gaarrauteed by the use of from two to nve bottle,
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how long standing! Price 1 per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to thi
following Card or one of the most prominent Drag'
gists of Cincinnati. - - -
"To tub Public amd thi Ladies id Paetioulab.
We, tho undersigned, are not in the habit of givlna
onr name to Patent Medicines; but knowing welltbt
Lady Physioian, and the medicine called the Utsrint
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all lemalet
suffering from Female Diseases of any kind; it Ii
purely vegetable, and In no case can do Injury; wt
say to all try, and onr word for it. yon will I'.od re
lief. F. D. BILL, Drags, lit,
epST ' "Oornsr of Firth and Raos-stn sta." ,
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH HMTJ-
ill LATINO COUGH AND LIVER Bi ISAM
cure, without fail, sains In the llreast, Back.
Hid ur Limbs; Uongns, Uolda, Hoarseness, Diffl
colly of Breathing, Ileadache. Flatulency, Heart
burn, Chronlo Rheumatism, Billions Chollc, Uramp
Chollo, Griping Pains of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Los of Appetlto, and Ut Pain
ful Menstruation it is a certain cure, and glvr
immvdiate relief. In any of the above disease,
it will give relief in twsuty minutes, and a rormu
neni cure by the use or two bottles. Only Ail cenb
per bottle-so cheap that every person can get It.
N. H.-For sale by F. D. HILL, Druggist, coram
of Baca and Fifth-streets; J, V. PARR, corner ol
Fourth and Walnut; SUIRK. ECKSTEIN A Co..
corner Viae and Fourth; JOHN DICKSON, cornel
of Jfhn and Blxth; PAUL REINLEIN, corner o'
Slghlhand Freeman.- Also, EDWARD SCAN LAN
A (XI.. corner of Main and Fcflfth; And Hsdami
BLLIg, 144 West Sixth-street. . sep'.ay
1 xx.: sr. ozjjezs,
r : fBactaasoi to ftni t QoJ i r. kn.-.i
Mpnafactaren and vruoloua Dtilm
' ' '"'r! "I'I'"t;
.-. -IB-, ., , ...
FIKB AND PIAK CANDIES
40 MAIN BTRBET, CIHCIMWATl
' ' - mir
WM. H. BAtDWIH, ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW end AUstoi
Commissioner of the buperior and, Common leas
Conrta. Bank Building, north west corner of Msii
nd Tnird-stjeshi. .-wjWo-sxcJ
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT-LIEN RAILROAD.
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
7U0 CHANOE OF OARS TO INDIANAP-
lr 0LI8, at which, place it nnltea with railroad
for and from all points In the West and North-west,
THB8E PASSENGER TRAINS
Leave Cincinnati daily, from th foot ef If ill and
Fe?WtA!MChieAgo Mall Arrives at Indtanapolia
at 13:10 P. M. : Chicago at 10:80 P. M.
18:44 P. M. Tan Hante and Lafayette Aocommo
dation Arrives at Indianapolis at 6:14 P. M .
7:10 P. M. Chicago Exprss Arrives at Indiansp.
oils at 13:10 A. al.t Chloauo at KkM ;A. M. -
Sleepiog Car ar attaohadte all night-train on
this line, and run through' to Chlcbgo without ;
chtng of cr. . '- . .
KHT Be sore yon ar in th right tlcket-offioe be.
fore you purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets
via Lawrsncebarg and Indianapolis.
Far tb same, and time shorter than any other
rout ..-.': i
Baggags ohsoked through, .
THttUUOH TICKETS, good until nsed, can be Ob.
talced at th Tlcket-offlcei, at Bpeucer Hons oorner,
N. W. corner of Broadway and Front ; No. 1 Burnet
House corner; at the Walnut-street House, and at
Depot Office, foot oi Mill, on Frout-street, where all
necessary Information can be had.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
sail for passengsrs at all hotels and all parti of the
oltr, by leaving address at either office.
jai7 H. 0. LOBD. President.
Change of Time—November 14. 1859.
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE.
Th Shorteat Route ketvroen Mneinnati
Three Psweuger Trains). veCluoluuatl daily, from
tliefoot of Mill aud Front amta.
St. .IA .4 1 -J!hlrua., a, .11 ii.
n. .... v-.....w l .m a. .11 ..IBUl WJI I.
st 12:10 P. M., Chicago al 10:30 1 M. This train
connects with all night stains out of Chicago for
the West and North-west; connect at Indianapo
lis with traiut for Terra Haute: also with Pet a
trains for , Peru, Loganssurt, Fort Wayne and To
ledo. ' .. , . -,i ; t
I J:45 P. M.-Torro lujle aud Layfayette Ac -uommuuatioo
arrives at lndlauHpolisat 6:14 P.M..
making direct connections at Indianapolis with La
layette trulua for Deoatnr, Bpringdeld, iiaples, Unto,
oy, Hannibal and St. Joseph.
7 P. M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapoll
atl2:IS A. M maulnir ,-lArtA inn.rtllnt. 1 11. !i.a.o..
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
Sleeping oars are attacnod to all the night train
on this line, and ran through to Chicago without
change of ears.
This la exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all oonneotliMi road throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual car and th amplest ao-
Tho Company' exclusive Telegraph Lin bj used
when necessary, to Rovern the movement of trains,
and Loughridge snlebrated Patent Brakes, ar at
tached to all passongcr trains, by which they canto
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern im-1
piovemeuts necessary for the oomfort and safety ol
passengers, the maaager of thla road have liberally .
piovidwl, , ; . , .... , . . . , .
Smoking-car! oa this line. - ,
? Be sure yon 1.1 e in the right ticket ofBoo beror
run onrchase re til ticVsts. aid s.k f.ir tlcbAta
fare the same aa b any other rvuto. Baggags
eneeked throngh , - -
THROUGH TIURETS, goo J nntll twd, ean be Ob.
ulned at the ticket offices, at Hpenoer Uons Corner
netllouse Uornsr; at the Wbinut-atroot Bouse, arid
n wpu uwwi r j . ,,i in in, on eToni Direei:, wnere
all necessary In lertnatloii mvfbehad. '
Omnibuses rua to and fro i oaoh train, and w
call foi passengers at all uol ili and all parti ot tb
w W. H. L.NOBLU,
noli Usvwral Tioket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
SIX DAILY TRAINS . LEA VI THI
Blxth-street Depot s
Train run through to Cleveland SaAdoaky, To
ledo and Indianapolis without chang of can.
Throngh Tickets for all Eastern, woatern, North,
urn and North-western cities.
A. M. EXI'BEHH TIIAIW fnr Hamilton.
Richmond. Indiiiniipolis; LainyAitevCbieago. and ail
n'S1?, ' -""'"'".utitithjiioiid ith C. nuii
0. Uoad for Logansport; aluo CoftUtcis a. ii.ii.ru
for Oxford, Ac.
TitfO A, HI. TRAIN For Dayton, Sprlngfleld,
Sandusky, Toledo und Chicago, This train make
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at UaBANA run Co
lumbusj at Bellefontaine with B. and I. B. B.; at
Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Bai
Iroad; at Clyde vith Cleveland and Toledo Rail
road trains for Cleveland; at Dayton for Greenville,
Union. Winchester and llltinclo,
10 A. 01. EXPHKSerrKAlN-For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, aud all Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
3:40 P. Al. TH AIN-For Hamilton, Richmond
Logauspurt, Peoria aud Burlington; also Indianap
olis, Torre Haute and 8t. Louis, counsels at Hamil
ton for Oxford.
SiSU P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Bellefontaine. Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, an,
all points In Canada. Connects at Bellefontaine with
B. and I. B. It.
lli,'J0 P. M. EXPRE4H TRAIN For Cleve.
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston.
Mew York, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
und all Eaitern cities.
SKSTThe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M.,leaveadaiiy sxcirr Satu&hays. All other
trains leave daily kxospt SuaDATs;
For further information aud Ticket, apply at th
Ticket ofllccs north-oast oorner Front and Broad
way; No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; al
the new Ticket Offlce.on the west sido of Vine-street,
between Postotflce and Burnet House; or at the
no!2 D. MoTARIN, Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trflna.
.' V ' '
FIRST TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Colnmbna, Stoubenvill and Plttsbnrg; via
Colnmbns, Crestline and Pittsbnrg; via Colnm
bus and Bellalr (Wheolins). Also, for bpringtleld.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all ths principal stations.
WKCONIJ TRAIN-Colnmbn Aooommoilatlon
at 4i4( P. M. This train stops at all stations be.
taeen Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
TLORD T&AIN-Night Express at IliHO P.
M., conneota via Colnmbus and Dellatr (Wheeling);
via Coltnubus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colnm
bns Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
This Train atop at Lovoland, Morrow. Xenla
and London. SLEEPINQCABH 6n THIS TRAIN.
' SMTThe Day Express runs through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and- Pittsburg, via Steubenville, without
obange of cars.,
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Ciuolnsatl
at lliIiOP.M., runs dally, except SATURDAYS.
The other Train run daily, oxoopt SUNDAYS.
For all information, and Through Ticket to Bo,
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton. Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsbnrg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
anslv at the OMces. Walnnt Street House. No. 4 Bnr-
net House, sonth-east corner of Broadway and Froat
streets, and at tb Eastern Ipot.
Trains rnn by Colnmbus 11 me, which la seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati Hue. "
J. DUKAND, Sup-t.
Omnibuses oalLforiassenrrs by leaving direction
at the Ticket Office. , noU
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and - St. 1 Louii.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF OAKS.
Tiro Daily Trains for Vlnoennea, Cairo and c't.
Louls,et7:ao A. M.,and7:SH P. M.
llHP""'!;'!! HrUl.at T: A.M.
tOO Pi Mi.aud 7:30 P. M.J, , ,
One Train for Evansvllie at T:0 P. M.
The Train connect at HI. Louis for all points in
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qnlnoy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo fur Memphis, Vlckabura,
Hatcher, and New Orleans.
Cue Through Train on enuday at 7:30 P. M.
Ritvbninu Fast Lino Leaves East fit. Louis,
Sundays excepted, at 6:60 A. M., arriving at Oiurln.
nail at 10:15 P. M,
BxroiuTiAiN--tav last Sf, Louis dally at iM
P. M arriving atClnclnnstiat 8:34 A.M.
, ; -FOR TUROUOH TICKETS
To all points West ai d South, please aptly at th
oOlcvs, Walnnt-stree I House, botweon Sixth end
Sovenib-stroets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner offloe,
norih.wost corner of Front and Broadway, Spent or
lloiuo Offloe, and attha Depot, oorner Front and Mill,
streets. W. H. CLEMEN T,don'l. Snperlntendenl.
;VmulDtiaes camor passengers. oo
OLD GOVBRNMBHT JAVA, OLD MO
CHA, and vry superior old Rio (loffoca, at
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