HYMN TO A SYMPATHETIC SPIRIT.
BY DINAH MULOCK.
What spirit Is It that doth pervade
Theailenoe or this empty room?
And sj I lift my trot, what shade
Glides off and vanishes in gloom?
I oould believe this moment gene,
A known form DU'd that vacant chair,
. That those kind eyes npon me shone,
I Dim ihail see anywhere!
The living are so far away:
Bat thou-tbou hwh) stTengsly Mrl
Xnow'tt all my silent heart would say,
i pain, m nope, lis rear.
And from thr oalm supernal bight,
And wondrous wladom nswly won,
' BmllMt on all ear pour dtllght,
And patty wot beneath tha inn.
W- From a 1 thlt ooil thon hart illpp'd away,
Aa softly u a clond departs
Along tha hlll-stds purple gray
, Into tha heaven of patient heart.
Votnlng her suhV'd, Both la a mlsa'd.
' Will ever stir from It repose
The deatb-smlls on her Hp unklsa'd,
Who all thlngi Iotoi and all thing! knowi.
And I, who, Ignorant and weak,
Of lore eo helpless quick to pain,
With restless longing ever etiek
The unattainable in Tain -
find It strange comfort thai to tit
w uu in lona woria tUDeeaea. roll,
I A Miaiatak au au At.- M 1 a. '
And olatp. are yet the fanor flit,
a innii i nana i
I from the land of null.
Brother Jonathan Nonplussing John
Bull—An American Munchausen.
An Englishman waa bragging of the
speed on English railroads, to a Yanke?
traveler, seated at his side, in one of the
oars of a fast train, in England. The
engine dbu was rung, as tne train nearea
a station. It suggested to the Yankee an
opportunity of taking down his compan
ion apeg or two.
"What's that noise?" innocently in
quired the Yankee.
"We are approaohing a town," said the
Englishman; "they have to commence
ringing about ten miles before they get
to a station, or else the train would run
by it, before the bell oould be heard.
Wonderful, isn't it? I suppose they have
not invented bells in Amenoa vet
Why, yes," replied the Yankee, we've
got bells, but oannot use them on our
: l j tit . . .,
rmiruaim. w e run go ntrnai tasi, mat
the train always keeps ahead of the sound
So use, whatever, the sound never
reaches the village, till after the train gets
"Indeed" exclaimed the Englishman,
"Fact," said the Yankee; "had to givo
up bells. Then we tried steam whistles,
hut they would not answer either. I was
on a locomotive when the whistle was
tried. We were going at a tremendous
rate; hnrioanes were nowhere; and I hml
to hold my hair on. We saw a two-horpo
wagon, crossing the road, about five miles
ahead, and the engineer let the whistle
on, screeoh ing like a trooper. It soreamel
awfully, but it was no use. The next
thing I knew, 1 was picking myself out
of a pond, by the roadside,' amid the frag
ments of the locomotive; dead horsep,
broken wagon, and smashed engineer,
lying beside me. Just then, the whistle
uame along, mixed up with some frightful
oaths that I had heard the engineer use
when be first saw the wagon. Poor
follow I he was dead before his voice got
"Astonishing: ejaculated Bull.
"True as gospel!" replied Jonathan.
"After that we tried lights, supposing they
travel faster than sound. We got some so
powerful that the chickens woke up along
the road, and crowed when we camo
by, supposing it to be morning. But the
locomotive kept ahead of it still, and win
in darkness with the light close behind it.
The inhabitants petitioned against it; they
could not sleep with so much light in thn
nighttime. Finally, we had to station
electric telegraphs all along the road,
with signal men to telegraph when the
train was in sight; and I have heard that
some of the fast trains beat the lightening
fifteen minutes every forty miles. But I
can't say as that's true; the rest I knew to
A Pbdagogtjh Pcn-ished. "You will
please obscrvo," said old sohool-teaeher
Lamwoll, as he led us through his school
the other day, "that the boys are required
to observe the utmost attention to quiet
ness as well as discipline."
We had at this moment arrived in front
of several boys standing around at n
water-bucket, and one had just oharged
his mouth with the contents of the cup,
while the old gentleman was stooping
over to recover his pen from the floor,
when another, passing along behind
Knapped his fingers quick under the
drinkers ear, which caused him on a sud
den to eject the contents of his mouth
over the pedagougue's bald pate, stand
ing upwright with his face and hair drip
ping, he snouted aloud:
"Who did that?';
The party unanimously oried out, "Jim
"James Gunn what did you do that
Jim, appalled at the mischief he had
done, muttered that it was not his fault
that Tom Owen snapped him.
This changed the direction of old Lam
well's wrath, and shaking his cane por
tontously over Owen's head, he asked.
"Did you snap Gunn?"
The culprit trembling with fear mut
tered: "Yes sir, I snapped Gunn, but I didn't
know that he was loaded!"
An Unanticipated Climax. Speaking
of the tendency of temperance orators to
put themselves forward as previous ex
amples of the blighting effects of drink,
an exchange paper gives the following
"My friends, three months ago I signed
the pledge. (Clapping of hands and an-
? roving oheers.) in a month, my friends,
bad a good ooat on my back, a thing 1
never had before. (Cheers and dapping
of hands muoh louder. ) A fortnight after
that, my friends, I Igght a ooffin.
The audience was going to cheer here,
but stopped and looked serious. "You
wonder," continued the speaker, "why 1
bought the coffin: because 1 felt nrettv
certain if 1 kept the pledge another fort
night, I should want it"
Thb Ideal Tendency op Woman.
Women are often poor judges of men. If
a man is simply agreeable to a woman
she is apt to invest him with attributes
which belong more toherselflhan tr Kim
An inexperienood and generous-minded
l v .it ! j ....
kiti, wiiu is mi Binuenij nuu eneonon
herself, if in great danger of attributing
in every man who approaches her with a
show of tenderness and love, the natural
' truth and sinoerity of her own heart
Thb Low Aim Marriage of Talma
thb Tiaoidia. One night at the com
edie Franoaise, Madame Petit Vanhove
was aoting in a play of Collet d'Herbois,
in whioh tha heroine is run away with
when the olumsy .actor, who performed
the part of the lover, in' carrying off the
the lady, made a false step and fell to the
ground with the heroine in his arms, not
only bruising Badly by his weight, but
driving the entire length of a great pin
into the bosom of the unfortunate actress,
who was carried fainting from the stage.
Dootors, surgeons, and friends clustered
around her in tne green-room; tha pin
was extracted, but the wound would not
bleed. "The wound must be sucked!"
oried one of the surgeons, in a loud voice;
"it is the only way of escaping the danger
of suoh a hurt "Talma," addressing
the actor, who was hovering near the door
in a state of mortal anxiety, "I fanoy you
will be able, without repugnanoe, to ren
der si this service. But be qulok about
it, mon ami, it is the only means of saving
her, and we have not a moment to loser
Talma, pale and agitated, hastened to
ronder the servioe demandad. He saved
the life of the woman he loved; and thus
aoquired, in her eyes, an imprescriptible
right to the heart and hand for whioh he
had iud so long. The lady' scruples
being thus vanquished at last, tha sought
and obtained the desolution of her mar
riage with M. Petit; and ontb.el6tb.of June,
1802, Franoois Joseph Talma and Caroline
Vanhove were married, after eight yean
of hopeless afieotioa
Wabhisotoic lama's Poptjlaritt jn
Esoiasd. The London Athenseum thus
speaks of Irving' s literary popularity in
England: "When a distinguished writer
dies the entire oivilized world is bereft of
a friend; but in most oases the loss espe
cially belongs to the country whioh gives
him birth, the literature of whioh he en
riohed. But Washington Irving's achieve
ments have, in a oertain sense, made him
one of our own countrymen, and Eng
land, scaroely less than Amerioa. has rea
son to mourn for him. More than any
other of the many distinguished soholan
who have raised Amerioan literature to
its present high position more than
Cooper, Branoroft, Prescott, Longfellow,
or any of the hundred other famil
iar transatlantic writers, Washington Irv
ing has become a household friend amory
us. His works are to be found in every
English home where literature of any
kind is esteemed; and so completely have
we adopted him as a oompatriot, that wo
believe may studious inhabitants of our
oountry houses, where living authors an;
known by their works, and not by meagro
sketches in biographical dictionaries, will
feel something like a surprise at remem
bering that the author of 'Bracebridgo
Hull,' the 'Sketch Book' and the 'Life of
Goldsmith,' was born a oitizen of the
Various Virtcbs of Vagabonds.
"Burns tells that he often courted tho
aoquaintanoe of the part of mankind
commonly known by the ordinary phrase
of blackguards, anil that, although dis
graced by follies, nay, sometimes stained
with guilt, he yet found among them, in
not a few instances, some of the noblest
virtues magnanimity, generousity, dis
interested friendship, and even modesty."
cannot say with the poet tha.t I ever
courted the acquaintance of black
guards but though the laboring man
may select his friends, he oannot chose
his work-fellows, and so 1 have not un
frequently come in contact with black
guards, and have had the opportunities of
pretty throughly knowing them. And my
experience of the class has been very
much the reverse of that of Burns. I
have usually found their virtues of u
merely theatricaloaBt, and their vices
real, much assumed generousity in some
instances, but a callousness of spirit lyini:
concealed beneath." Hugh Millor.
Matrimony in Indiana Passion anh
Pio's Fbrt. The Logansport Journal
relates the following:
On last Saturday, Esq. McElhenv
was summoned to Vigus' Saloon on ur
gent business. On obeying the call be
was referred to a oouple who were seated
at a table making a plate of pigs-feet
travel at a Tate and in a direction the fur
aier proprietors had been total stranger
to. The Esquire was informed that "we
wanted to get married." He announced
his readiness and willingness for the ope
ration. They begged a little time, until
they had finished their foot He urged a
press of business at his grocery, and in
vited the candidates to rise. The couple
"laid down the shovel and the hon,"
wiped their months, one on his sleeve and
the other on hes apron, and rose. Tho
marriage ceremony was performed in
legal style, and the happy pair resumed
their pig's feet with renewed re lish ami
Eioh Amid Poverty. Little Nellii-
had lost her father, and her
mother was very poor. Her sweet temper
and her winning ways gained her man
friends. Among these was an excellent
lady. Miss N -. A glimpseof Nellie's
bright face peeping in at the door always
brought a smile of peculiar tenderness
over Miss N 's placid features.
She loved to sit by the child, softly
stroking her hair, and while looking
thoughtfully into her smiling eyes, would
often say, "Poor, poor, Nellie!
The child's heart seemed troubled by
these pitying words,, for she asked one
day, "Why do you call me poor? Please
don t Miss N I'm not poor why.
I've twenty-five cents and a good mother I'
'Rioh little Nellie I" said her friend.
"A good mother! Ah, how long I was in
learning What this little one already
"A good mother!" oould any earthly
treasure have made her so truly rich?
A J u venilb Materialist. The other
day a little fellow returned home from a
walk about town with a fine apple in his
hand. On his mother asking him where
he got it, he said he took it from the walk
in front of one of the fruit stores. His
mothor remonstrated with him for suoh a
wrong act but he said nobody saw him,
for he looked around.
"But God saw you" said she.
"0, no he didn t mother; because there
was an awning over the sidewalk," was
HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, oor.
per of Fifth and Western-row. Photograph,
Melalnotrpe and Ambrotrpee Uken cheaper than
elaewbere in the oltjr. Oil Colored Photograph!
made of all alxee, from life to the emalleet minlatiir.i,
Picture neaUyaet in Locketa, Breaat-pfne, i"ingr
ringi a4 BreoeleU. AIL work warraauxl.
nolt-er A. 8. BLOOM, Afeltt"
A Inshitiotjs Bedbrbast. A robin
flew down the pit which is sinking at
Tursdale Colliery, and is now ' about
eighty-five fathoms in depth. ' It alighted
on the stone tub at the bottom, and hov
ered about on the shaft, peering with ap
parently gratified ouriosity around. When
the tub was full and about to be drawn,
it alighted on the tub to 'come away with
it One of the sinkers took it up and
brought to bank with him, setting it down
beside the fire lump at the top, when it
shook its wings and twittered with appa
rent delight " . "
Thb Teaohings of Nattrb. From
nature man derives everything. The
spider taught him weaving; the fish fur
nished the idea of a boat; the swan the.
pleasing model of the sail; the palm led
to the ereotlon or a pillar; the skin or the
brutes gave ns the idea of dress; and the
ooooa-nut led to the beer-jug. The tax
on wood alone appears to be purely
TTSEFUL IN EVERY HOTJSH TOR
mending furniture, Tore, uroogeir, Ulan
Wholesale Pepot.No. it Oedar-etreet, New York
Addreu HKNBT 0. bf ALD1N0 a 00.,
Box Mo. 3,00, Mew York.
Put up for Dealer in Oaaee containing fonr, eight
and twelre doaen a bwutlfnl Lithograph Show
Oard oownwyiTim emh paotaae. dellay
Day's Medal Jobber,
W. T. & S. D. DAT & 00.,
Manufacturer! and Dealers In
(BOTH HAND AND FOWBB,) '
And all bind of Printing; Mnterlale, No.
173, ITS nnd 177 Went Sccond-atreet, .
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to onr MEDAL JOBBEB. Within the lfwt
eighteen month we have Introduced them Into four
teen dmurent States of the Union, with the greatest
latlafaction to the parties purchasf tig. The power is
Applied to the center of the platen ; consequently
tbore la no possibility of its springing from aur
amount of pressure. The motion is eo transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
the form, insuring A PEUFIOT IMPBUSSION at
a high raw of speed.
Printers in want of the BEST JOBBEB should
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ei
amlnatlon. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
nre WABBANTID to give the moat entire satis
fllHE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
- BUUOLAK PBOOIT BAFEH.-They hare given
more satisfaction than any other now In nse.
We cirer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DDI..
I. A ICS to any parson that can, up to the present
tiiue.sbowa single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With tills SAKE we challenge all competition, a
lining the best l ire Proof, Burglar Prool, or Fire
and Burglar Proof nnw made; and are willing to
tst with any establishment .in the Union, and the
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the aoni
W o are prepared to rhrnlsh a better Safe, and at tan
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
geoond-hand Uafes of other makers, also on hand.
We respectfully invite the public to call and exam
ine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere.
BALL, OaltltOLLi ft CO.,
augJWt Hps, Hand 17 KiMt Columbia street.
WINDEB'S PATENT SPRING-CORD
BID-BOTTOM can be applied to any
badstead, old or new, In ten minutes. Blaatlo
Durable Oheap. I)ltnjin entirely with slats, of
which so nitKh oomplalnt Is made. A'sn, an assort
ment of Bedsteads fur sale, with Spring i!ottonilu.
Call nnd examine them at No. 172 Vine-street.
jalOam 0 T. ft H. WABBCN.
Wi B. DODDS,
former! of Hall.Podds ft Co.: lata Urban.Dodda ft Oo,
W. n. Dodds & Co.,
uanvAorvmM or m
Fire and Burglar Proof
8. W. Corner of Vine Second Street.
This Is the most reliable FIRB A HD BUBGLA
PBOOF AFB that Is made in the (I olted States, and
Is warranted perfectly froe from damp. Uan be sold
at lower prices, and ( of better workmanship than
can be fomd elsewhere. , .,
We have large assortment on hand, and are da.
termlned to sell at prices that cannot Call to pleaaa.
Takei la exchange. HKOOND-BAN0 BAFIS
ways on hanl at sjjtraoxely low nrjow. ryt
J. J. BUTLER'S
I?Kcelior Fluid Inkt.
Manufactory, Vina fit H
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STKREOIYPB
J,1?I1Tl B. ALLIBON, Snperlntendent.
Frlntlng slate rials of all kinds. 1M Vine-street.
fy$i . BJspaiwda. ;
J Save the Pieces I C
rvi IWl r-d'ffl i
E. R, CAB AND SWITCH LOCKS,
. . , jjoor and Gate-Spriugi,
H0U8I BELL MATERIALS,
Bella Hung, Keys Fitted.'
The pubtio are respectfully Invited to sail and ex.
amine the varloni patterns gal prices. All fobbing
promptly attended to '
. GBOHOB MoGBEGOB,
noJcm No. 13g Fifth-street, d door from Baca.
A. B. COLVILLE,
Mo. 41 Bast Second-street, between Sycamore and
Broadway) uinotnnau, xeepe every aeeoripnon oi
Counter, Platform, Cattle, Ballremd Depot,
aad Troek Soaleai Triloba,
lroa Waaona, cVo.
Bepalrng done on the shortest aotloe. no!4a
B. KITTREDGE & CO
134 MAIB 8TBJCIT, OIHQBMATI, 0.
IS Bt, Obarles street, New Orleans, L a
Impartere ofGaaa 6V geortlaa Ataaratna,
- aid oiiLiaa i" ana rowoaa.
He CAMPBELL & CO.,
lOAflfAKDIACTURERa Of BAR, flKXBX
JLTA end Bller Iron. Plow Blabs, Ballroa4 Iplke
Rto, Also, A Mots for the sale of 1 ronton Som Balls
ere rooms So, 19 last Second Street, Olnolonat 1
aur AH kin Is lroa made to order. 1M
CLEANER 07 SINES AND VAULTS,
No. M Slxth-etreet, between Vine and Haoe, In
the Medical College, Olnolnnatl, Ohio. Persons who
mar favor him with their patronage.oan rely pnno.
tnallty ana low prloee. pl-y
Money! Money! money!
Removed frem 06 Weet Stxtk-atreet.
MONET LOANEFoN WAT0HE8,JBW
ILBY snJ all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at Mo. 171 vine-street, ttweeu
fourth end riftty m
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. MX FHFTH-8TBEKT, 8O0TH BIDI,
( Near the corner of Tine,)
C. L. VICKERS, Proprietor.
Oysters and Oame served in all etylee. Meals at ai i
honrs ; noli;y
n. P. IiLlAS'
WATCII & JEWELRY IIOUSR
16 West Fourth Street
Whore can be had every artiole appertaining to the
Bnslneea at a tnaeb leee rloe, for CASH, thsn
haa ever before been offered In thla market.
01 VE US A CALL"
And see for yourselves. apj
No. MM N. K. Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, between
Walnnt and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good assortment of SILVKB aud PLATKD WABA
tsruurAUljH, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special attention siven to Oleanlna! and BeDalrln.
Watches and Jewelry. roylO
BEGG9 SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
BE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS Tfl
J-'m. their large assortment of Watches. Jewelrv.
Silverware and Diamonds.
A One assortment of Plated Tea Beta and Ontlert
and Opera Qlaasee. tU
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OV
Ei THB SKIN, BHKUMATI8M, DI8KABE8 Or
WOMKN, and inch (Jhronlo complaints as may bf
benefitted by the Bygyenlo end Atmopat'hto systen.
of his office. . i ,
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Areenlo, Mercury, Tar-
klsh, Batsian and Bleetro-Chemloal Baths, a Dir.
pensary of Medloine, and every manner of Klectrli
and Magnetio Apparatus.
NO. N WK8T BKTBNTH-NTBKBT.
aaroffice henrri A. M. to
K. 8. NEWTON, J).
0, 80 Wt tVv.iiUh Street.
larwaaa vijeti si. atoi
O. fi. NEWTON, M. D.
Ornoa Ne. 90 Weet Seventh street, between Vine
and Koce. Bihidknob No. 63 Boventb street, be
ween Walnnt and Vine. Ornoa Hounn 7( to eh
A. 1 '. fttnVi P. M.! tng P.M.
WM. M. HUNTER,
ooa j96 VJne.etreet,.
J. TA FT,
(Snooeasor to Kuowlton A Tart.)
Ne. 3rl West KonrthMt., bet. Walnut eV Vint
THE OYSTER TRADE.
tl pioea uyiteri. $LlpS
fllHK SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RBCKIV.
A ING DAILY, br the Adams Ixnreat. HALT.
B T'B world-renownod Baltimore
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oyiteri.
Fresh, Hermetlolly.eealed OOYi, BPIOBD a
BOBEBT OBR, Agent
: 1 ' Depot, u Wert Flflh-traet
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET,
'flHK SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOEIV
B. inq dally, oer Hxnresa. fall splendid Orsters.
Raving oomploted arrangements In Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all times dnrlng
the season be prepared to furnish my friends, "and
the rest of mankind," with the most DEMOlOL t
B1VALVKS Imported to the Queen City. None bo I
the very best imported. Ureat inducements oltsred
at this Importlng-house.
Order slolloitea end promptly filled. Terms cash
PETEH CAVA (SNA,
eepUt Bole Importer and Proprietor.
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
receivea aauy rjyine aasras nx
press Oompany, In whole and half cans.
All Oysters sold warranted fresh and of
the very beet oualltr. J. B. 0W1N0B.
Agent, No. 27 Fifth-street, bet. Uain.
N. B.-Tbe trade supplied on the most liberal
AKES AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS In a superior manner. Satisfactory
roferenoee given. Address Ho, 1, Sjcemore-atreet,
Corner of Front. delO
UKMOVAL-E. OSMOND, M. iC,
Dentist, bee removed to I'lriaetreet, near
SeveaAh, opposlU Usa.BeeOaee. aoTNtoa
BT STATE AUTHObYtY.
Incorporated 181 9. CharterPerpetual
aar Agency established In Cincinnati In 1 H'J5, an
tedating s:l prosent local Iusuranee Companies and
Agencies in ths Insurance bnslneea In this city. J J
yearsoondiant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise aud liberality, especially oom
aa me mxeta insurance vuiupany w iu. wiuw
natronueof this eommoolW standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Oinolnoatl underwriters of 183.
L...a. --Ve'ttoM 5f
(ABSOLUT! AND UN1MPAIBKD. WITH A
SURPLUS OF $1,030,423 80
And the prestige of to yeara success and expeejenoe,
IITITMlTg OF "
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARD OF 114,000,000. MWES
Bars beta paid bf thejRtoa Insnrenoe Oompany In
9tre ndlelnad NaiTleatlee.-Btaki aooepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair pronts.
Bspeciai atieuuon given so Ansnraaee oi Aiwemngi
ana uonienis, tor sermi oi i to oy
Application made to any duly .nOorlaed Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance baslneas, this Oompany la enableO
tooderbothlsdennlty forthe pant and security for
memenre. r iiciisissneawitnoni aeiay oy
JAB. B. CAETIB, Agent, Mo. 40 Main street
A. F. PATCH, Assistant Agent,
ft. K. LIND8IT, Agent 171 Vint street.
T.J. BOOKAB, Agent, Faltoa. 17th Ward, atrt
WESTERN INSURANCE C0MPAN1
OTFICB IN THB SECOND STORY OF
No. g Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
Thla Oompany la taking Fire, Inland and Marine
ttlsks at current rates of premium.
Lossesfalrly adjusted and promptly paid.
TFFJckert, F Ball, SWPomeroy, '
William Olenn. W 0 Whltoher, W 0 Mann.
Bobert llltchell, W H Oomstook, LOB Stone,
Bobt Buchanan, 00 Shaw, Geo Stall,
Wm Bellow, Beth Kvans, J H Taarfe,
David Gibson, H Braohman, JUIsham,
H Ulearwater, Ihos U Elliott.
T. F. KCKEBT, President.:
BTtraia Monaa, Secretary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance.
CHlzens' Insurance Company,
OP CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, Isaac V. Copelen,
James F. Cunningham, Sydney 8. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joseph Beakirt,
Geo. VY. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George B. Dixon.
ISAAll C. C0FE1KN, Preeldeut;
Geo. W. UoriLiN, Secretary.
A. M. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to iasne Policies on Fire and Marine
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office No. a Weet Third.
street, Trust Oo. Building. noabfm
National Insurance Co.,
(Office Booth .west Oor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKKN AT tURliENT HATKS.
John Bnrgoyne, KM Smith, Robert Moore,
wm uepwortn, uuas u moore, M Fechlieimer,
F X Wiedemer. Thus Onu. M W Mmlth.
J L Boss. Thos B Biggs, Henry Kills.
B.C. UBNKB, Sec'y. JNO. BUHUOiNB,fres,
noebfm P. A. Spbioman, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
OPFICK NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
BUKK8 against Loss and Damage by Firo: also:
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
Jno.W Bartwell, Allen Collior, William Resor.
John W Rills, JatnesLupton, Ohas.W Bowland,
John W Dndloy, James A Franer, J W Canfleld,
1) T Woodrow, BMW Taylor, A 8 Winslow.
OS Williams, H McBirney, Bowman 0 Baker.
, . jumh w. HAKIvyjCL,!., f resident,
g, W. W1H.1AM8, Secretary. no8
FIRE AND MARINE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
J. W. QAKRIHON, Pnsidrnt.
S. W. BEKDKB, Beorotary.
DiEicTOBS-Uonry Kessler, Anthony Fay, Wm.
Wood. J. W. Garrison. Hnninel H . Tuft. Ilu.ru W
Townley. Smith Betts.
Boavavoae-J. u. L,awilei- and David Baker. d9a
e4o4 qji U0tOdd no iuos uarauio 0
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qt'J108u)ioa -luaxovj, Juoiji wiiiiyeuf ?nuis -luori
uuj jeuuu povjeuau muq cpo jsvjj utjjwj
HOUI BNOHIS HI dH Ifld 'S3ZI9 11 W
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WILSON, GARL.ICK A CO.,
Forwarding and CommissioD
DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
H..M Vnlr l.mA VI7 V ft I
uwen, v.n., ua.u, 1. uinnji civ. ill, ui.iu, a.. ,
Office nurth'West corner Sixth and Main-streete,
Cincinnati, opposite the Gait House.
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
In the General Produce aud Commission Business,
under the style of Wilson, Garllck A Co., respect
fully tender their aervlces and solicit the patronage ol
their friends and tho public. Particular attention
paid to buying and wiling Logs, Whisky, Flour,
Grain, Ao. Their charges will be as moderate as
any other good house in tlieefcy. Beferto the mer
cbautiof Cinciunatl generally.
H. T, GAWJlCK,
Jio2fbm L.T. BABIt.
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS IOUNI
at last iust what the Ladles have long needet
and looked for In rain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dls
easea of a Uterine Mature; Inflammation of th
womD, tne moneys, tne wanes, ana the urethra.
Ul.Mn. a L"-ll.nn I7 1. n.i.L.1 mi &
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; lu tact, a perfect cur
Is guarranteed by the nse of from two to live bottle?
of the Blixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how long standing. Price St per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to th
following Card of one of the most prominent Drag,
gists of Cincinnati. . ...
"TO THI POSLIOAHD THB LADIU IH PABTICCLAB.
We, tho undersigned, are not In the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all female,
suffering from Female Diseases of any kind; it i,
pnrely vegetable, and in no oase oan do injury; w
say to all try, and our word for It, yon will I'nd re
iioi. w. v. aiuu, urjggiu,
epVf "corner of Fifth and Baoe-etn ets."
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH HMD
LATINO COUGH AMD LIVER BA L8AM
oures, without fail, pains in the Breast, Back,
UIU 1 1 UIIUUI, A.WITOUIW. Villi-
onlty of Breathing, Headache. Flatulency, Heart-
ourn, unronio uneumaiism, uuuous unouc, uramp
Choi I., Griping Pains of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loee of Appetite, and lit Pain
ful Menstruation It U a oertain cure, an') gives
immediate relief. In eny of the above dlet-aais
It will give relief in twenty minutes, and a permu
nent euro by the nse o f two bottles. OnlyMcem,
per bottle eo cheap that every person can get It.
N. B. For sale by F. D. HILL, Druggist, cornel
of Race and Fiftb-strtwts; J. D. PARK, corner ill
Fourth and Walnut; 8DIKK. ECKSTEIN A Co.,
corner Tine and Fourth; JOHN DICKSON, cornet
of Jhn and Sixth; PAUL BEIKLEIN, corner ol
Kignta ana reeman. aiso, kuwaui duaMjAH
A 00.. corner of Main end Fourth: and Madam,
ELLle, 144 West Sixth-street. scp27-ay
O ANDY I GAND'S
1 ja:.: xnr. olahb,
ManufacttiFCii and Wfiolaaala Daelart
FINE ANI) PLAIN CANDIES,
10 MAIM STRBBT, CINCINNATI
: ; ; mL
WM. H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND UOUNSKLLOR AT I, AW .r,H Muk.,
Oommiaslouer of the Superior andiOommon Plea,
Courts. Bank Building, north west) ooraer of Mam
ud Third -streets. . a - . ,
l.-i-rttflltr,t V JA- HWUsli ww r
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT-LINE RAILROAD.
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MIIjES.
N' 0 CHANOB OF CARs'to INDIANA?
OfjIS, at whioh place It unites with railroads
for and from all points in ths West and Worth-west.
- -' THB1B PAB8INGXB TRAINS
Leave Olnolnnatl dally, from the foot el Mill and
6:M A. U. Oblcage Mall-Arrives at Indianapolis
at 13:10 P. M.lObicago at 10:10 P. M.
12:40 P. M. Tsne Haute and Lafayette AcooausM
datlcn Arrives at Indianapolis at 6: IS P. M.
7:lo P. M. Chicago iCx press-Arrlvss at Indianaa,
oils at 19:10 A. at. I Chicago at 10:30 A. M. .
Sleeping Oars are attached to all night-trains on
thla line, and run through to Chlchgo without
cb.nge ef otrs.
ar Be sure you are in the right tleket-offloe be
fore you purchase your , tickets, end aak fortickete
via Lswrencebnrg and Indianapolis.
Fart the isms, and time shorter than any other
BaggC ohecksd through.
THaoUOH TICKETS, good nnttl need, oaa be ojb.
tallied at the Tlcket-offloeo, at Spencer House corner,
N. W, oornerof Broadway and Front No. 1 Burnst
Honse corner; at the Walnut-afreet Boose, and at
uepot Offlce, foot of 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 hoteleandall parti of the
city, by leaving address at slthsr offlce.
je.17 H. 0. LOBD. President.
Change of Time—November 14, 1850.
Great Western and North-western
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Shortest Routs Between Cincinnati
Three PsssengerTralnsl.-reanolnnatldaily, from
61OO A, Al.-Ohioago MWI arrives at Indlanapolll
at 12:10 P. M., Chicago a: ift-.ao I. M. Thla train
conneote with all night trains ont of Chicago for
the West and North-wean ooonecte at Indianapo
lis with trains Jbr Terra Haute; also with Pel a
trains for Pero, Logansyeyt, Fori Wayne and To
l'J:45 P. M. Terre Haste and Layfayette Ao.
oonimoaatlon arrives at Indianapolis at : P.M.,
making direct connection, at Indianapolis with La
layette trains for Decator, Springfield, llaplee, Coin,
oy, gannlbal and St. Joseph. :
7 P. Chicago Exptees arrives at Indlanapolll
at 12:15 A. M., making clese connections at Uhloagu
with all morning trains ont of Chicago.
Bleeping oars are attached to all the night train!
on this line, and run throngh to Chicago wltbont
Ohange of cars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
West, guarantee unusual care and tks ampleet ao.
oommodatlons to the patrons oi thla line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line is need
when necessary, to govern the movement of trains,
and Lpughridge'i celebrated Patent Brakos, are a
(ached to all passenger train, by which they canoe
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern Im
provements neoessary for the comfort aud safety ol
pMsongers, the maaagers of this road have liberally
rimeking-cars 01 this line. ' '
4T Eesure yoa are in the right ticket office before
,cu purchase your tlcksto, and ask for tlokets via
Kara the saint aa by any othor lonte. Baggage
THROUGH TICKETS, good until need, oan be ob
tained at the ticket offloee, at Bpenccr House Corner
avrth-west comsr Broadway and Front; tio. 1 Bur
net House Oornsn at the Walnut-street House, and
at Depot office, loci of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary Inn rniatloa may be had.
Omnibuses ru to and fro u each train, and w'
0.11 for passengers at all aotilj and all parts oi tl,
W. B. L. NOBLE,
aoM. Ueaerel Ticket Agent
NOVEMBER 14. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE Till
Trains run through to Cleveland Bandosky, To
ledo and ludianapolla without change of oars.
Through Tickets for all Ksatern, Western, North
tn and North-western oities.
6 A. M. BXPUEMM TRAIN For Haralltnn,
Richmond, Indianapolis, l.alavettn, Clucago, an.l hII
Wiatern Cities. Connects t Itichniond with U. and
U. Road for Logansport; lo coniieoti at Hamilton,
for Oxford, Ao. -
i;iO A. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago, This train make
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at Uhbana for Co
i.vmuds; at Bellefontnine with B. and 1. ft. K.j at
Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Rai
lroad; at Clyde win, Cleveland and Toledo Uil
road trains for Cleveland; at Dayton for Greenville,
Union. Winchester nndlMuncie.
10 A. M. KXl'ltKHs TRAIN For Cleveland
via Delaware for Duukirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern citiea. Also connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
, 3:40 I'. III. TRAIN- For Hamilton, Richmond
Logansport, Peoria aud Burlington; also Indianap
ollj, Terre Haute and St. Louis, connect! at Hamil
ton for Oxford.
5:30 P.M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Bellefontaine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, alio,
all points in Canada. Counectsat Bellefontalnewith
B. and I. K. It.
, IliUOP. IU. EXPRH"S TRAIN For (Jleve.
land via Delawaro for Dunkirk,. Buflalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern oities. Also, oounects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh. Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities.
KeTThe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P.M.,leareadaily excipi SATUBDari. All other
trains leave dally exokpt SoanAvs;
For further information aud Tlckete, apply at the
Ticket offloee north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 16'j Walnut-strewt, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Office, on the westside of Vlne-atreet,
between PoatofOce and Bornet House; or at the
Sixth -street Depot.
noU D. MoXABBN,, Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
' (-Two Through Expresa Train.
IRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS k 10
n. ju.i WUUDI.M . in uumiuuu, wiu vieveieuu,
via Columbus, Hteubenville and Pittsburg; via
uoimuDus, uresinne anu niuonrg; via uoium
bus and Bel lair (Wheeling). Also, for Springfield.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations. -
dKCONI) TKAIN-Oolnmbni Aooommodatlon
at 4i4ll P. At. This train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
THIRD TRAIN Night Express at IliUO P.
M., connects via Columbus and Bellair (Wheeling);
via Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Steubenvllle and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
This Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. 8LKEPIB00ABS0N THIS TBAIN.
sTTheDay Express rnns through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubenvllle, wltbont
ohange ol earl. J-
The NIGHT EXPBEB8 Train leaving Cincinnati
at lli30P.M., run dally, except SATUBDAYS.
The other Trains run dally, except SUNDAYS.
For all Information, ana Through Tickets to Bol
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore. Washing.
ton. Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland.
iPlttsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern plaoea,
apply at the Offices, Walnnt Street Honse, No. 4 Bur
net nuuae, nuum-caai oorne r ui oroauway ana roei
streets, and at the East irn Depot.
Trains run by Colon-1 as lime, which ii seven min
utes faster than Cinol aati u sue.
J. DTJBAND, Bup't.
Omnibuses oallfo' 1 jumft br leaving directiong
at the Ticket OlBc nolX.
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. ' Louis,
THBOUOH WITHOUT VtlANOl OF CARS.
Two Dally Trains for lncennei, Cairo and rt,
Loiili,at7:2A. M and 7:10 t, M.
preejDally Trains for Uulivllle,at T:M A.M.
1:00 P. M., end 7:S0 P. M
One Train for Hvanevilleal 7:10 P. M.
The Trnini connect at St. Louis for all point la
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qnincy and tteo.
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Tlcksbnrg,
Hatchet and New Orleans.
One Through Train ou Sunday at 7:M P. H.
Bitobhino Fast Line Leaves East St, Lords,
Snadays excepted, at :M A. M., arriving at Cincin
nati e 10:15 P. M. '
Bxraua TiAia Leaves East St. Lools dally at4rt
P, M.t arriving at Cincinnati at 8:25 A. M,
. i FOB THBOUOH TICKETS
Toall points West aid South, please apply at the
offices. Waluut-stroe I House, between Sixth end .
Seventh-streeta, No. 1 Burnet House, corner offlce,
En-wost corner or ront and liroalway, Bpenvr
ieOfllce,and at the Depot, comer Front and Ml IN.
ta. W. H. CLEMENT, Oen'l. Superintendent. X
Jjjnnlpnses call for passengers. 0029 N
OLD OOVEHHUENT JAVA, OLD MO
OHA, and very anperlorold Bio Coffees, at
, ' FEBOpSON'S,
Ja7 - Corner Ninth and Vlne-strrtaj,
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