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THE PRESS,
TUKMDAY..
, JANUARY 34
MY OTHER SOUL.
Mine to the core of the heart, my fceauly!
Mine llmine,audforlove,notduty; ,
Love given willingly, full and free.
Love for love's take, H I lore thee.
Duty, a servant, koeps the key.
But Lore, the master, goes ia anil out
Of bis goodly chambers with song and shout,
Constant and happy merry and free! ... .
Mine, from tbs dear head'acrown. brown-golden,
To tha allien foot that'a soarc boholdenl
1 ive a warm hand to a friend a smile,
Like a geuerons lady, now and awhile;
Bnt the aanctnary heart that none dart will,
Keep holiest of holleet evermore
The crowd in the aialoa mar watch the door,
The high prleat only en ten In.
Mine, mr own without doubts or terrors; ' '
With all thy goodnesses, all thy orrora,
1 ii to me and to me alone revealed,
"A firing nnt up, a fountain tealed."
many may praise thee praiaeminoand thine.
Many may love tliee I'll love them, too;
llutthy beartof hearts, pure.falthful and true,
Must he mine mine wholly-forever mine.
Mlnol-God, I thank thee that thon hast given
Something all mine on thia aido of heaven;
Something aa much myself to ho
As thia, my aoul, which I lift to thee:
Fleah of my lloab, bone of my bone,
Hmband and wife whom thou dost make
Two to the world, for the world'a own sake,
Bat each unto euch, as In thy sight, one.
Letter of General Washington.
At a recent meeting of the New Yoik
Hoard of Currency, the following letter
relative to currency, written by txeneral
Washington, was read:
MT. VERNON, February 27, 1787.
Dear Sir: Yo'ir favor of oOth ult
came duly to hand. To give an opinion
in o cause of bo muoh importance as that
whioh has warmly agitated tho two
branches of your Legislature, and whioh,
from the appeal that is niado, is likoly to
ercato great and dangerous divisions, is
rather u dolioato matter; but as this di
versity of opinion is on a subjeot which
has, 1 believe, ocoapiedjthe mindsjof.'most
inon, and as my Bontimonts thereon Jiavo
been tully and decidedly exprossod lonj
before the Assembly, either of Marvlam.
or this Stato was convened, 1 do not
scruple to declare that if I had a voico in
your JjegiBlaturo it would nave been,
given decidedly against & vapor emission,
upon the general principle ' of its utility
as a representative and tho recessityjof it
ns a medium, to assign reason lor this
opinion would bo as unnecessary as tcdi
mis; the ground has been so often trod
thata'place hardly remains untouched;
in u word, tho necessity arising from a
want of spcoio is represented as greator
than it really is. 1 contend that it is by
tho substanco, not the shadow, of a thing
time we are to bo bonomtea.
The wisdom of man, in my humble
opinion, cannot at this time devise a plan by
.l .1. ,1. , It . ,
wnicn me creuit oi papor money wouia oe
long supported: conscqusntly depreciation
keeps pace with the quantity of emission,
and articles for whioh it is exchanged
rise to a greater ratio than the sinking
values ot toe money. Wherein, then, is
the farmer, the planter and artisan bene-
ntteaf ihe debtor may bo, because, and
as I have observed, he gives tha Shadow
in lieu of the substance, and in propor
tion to his gain the creditor or body politic
suffor. Whether a logal tendor or not, it
will, as has been observed very truly,
leave no alternative. It must be that or
nothing. An evil equally great is the
door it immediately opens for speculation,
by whioh the least designing and perhaps
inost valuable part of the community are
preyed upon by the more knowing and
crafty speculators. But contrary to my
intention and declaration, I am offering
reasons in support of my opinion, reasons,
too, which of others, are least pleat
ing to the advocates for paper money. I
thall therefore only observe, generally,
that so many people have suffered by for
mer emissions, that like a burnt child
who dreads the fire, no person will touch
it who can possibly avoid it, tho natural
consequcnoo of which will bo, that tho
specie whioh remains unoxported will bo
instantly locked up.
With great esteem and regard, I am,
dear
GEORGE WASHINGTON.
Present Appearance op Mount Vesu
vius. A correspondent in Naples says:
"Vesuvius has been tolerably qmet of late;
that is to say, it has not been making any
preat external demonstrations. On the
2t?th of last month, however, about mid
day, another mouth was opened at the
bottom of the crater whenco issued yellow
and green circles of llro. Tho crater of
which.! speak is tho one which is nearest
the Hermitage, and is constantly throw
ing out smoke, ashes, and lapili." "At
the foot of the mountain," says the old
guide, "where live currents of lava were
to be seen, there is a grotto, which I en
tyred, and I could distinctly hear largo
niasecs of stone falling, as it were,
from tbo internal summit of the crater to
the bottom of it, showing, as it appeared
to mo, a vacuum, and the not improbable
event some timo or other of a fall in of
tho crust of the eone of the mountain."
Tho currents of lava which traversed
the country arc now at rest, and except n
batch of fire bore and there nothing is to
bo socn from Naples. It is worthy of
notice, that, previous to tho destruction of
Pompeii, Vesuvius was in a state of erup
tion for sovon years, currents of lava
spread over tho neighboring lands and at
last the mountain of Souman opened, and
separated in two parts, covering Pompeii
and Hcrculancum, and reducing them
outwardly to a vast plain covered over
with ashes. Will there be a- similar ter
mination to tho present long continued
eruption.
Depe.vsh op ine "Nation op Shop
keepeeb." But if there be any persons
who opprehendod that luxury has cor
rupted, or the pursuits of peace enervated,
the national character, tho events of the
last few months may serve to disabuse
them. (Applause.) Do we find taxation
complained of or personal service grtidgod
when the safety of the country seems to
call for either of these sacrifices? Depend
upon it, tho nation whioh has been
enocrinzly desienated a nation of shore
keepers is one in spirit with the nation of
warriers that proceeded ifrf applause)
equally ready to spend the last shilling
and to shod tho last drop of blood for the
preservation of blessings of whidh each
succeeding ace has onlv taught m the
more highly to approoiato the value.
noni jwgm at uiasgow.
FeEHNO MoilE THAN BEAUTY. A
shrewd author save. "T
an excellent matron, whn nnnli. in
her best days, have boen handsome, and
vet Bhe had a nacket of vellow
v ten in a private drawer, and sweet chil
dren ahuvrered Irissfls nn hir- anllnw
cheeks. Yes! thank God, human feeling
is like the rivers thatbless the earth; it
does not wait for beauty it flows with
resistless force, and, brings beauty with
Satirical Advertisement.
In the Philadelphia Ledger we find a
very amusing advertisement, satirical and
true, aimed at those autocrats of domes tio
life the Biddies, In a fow lines, the
whole case, as between mistress and
servant, is 'well stated :
COOK WANTED: A woman in re
spectable ciroumstances, living in the
West End, and who can give the best of
references as to character, wishes to EN
GAGE a lady to do washing and ironing
for herself, husband ana six children.
If the family is found to bo too numerous,
some ot the children will bo sent out to
board. In order to make the duties of
the situation as easy as possible, a lady
of inferior quality will be engaged to do
the heavy part of. the washing, and ft
colored gentleman will be in attondanuo
to do any work that may be considered
unbecoming in a lady suoh as blacking
boots, washing doorstops, scrubbing
floors, oleaning knivos and forks, making
fires, oarrving water, running errands,
and other duties of a like kind too numer
ous to mention. She will have tho Thurs
day nights to herself, with full promission
to use what flour, milk, butter, sugar, and
eggs she may require to prepare cakes
and other dainties for the usual Thursday
evening jubilees, tiho may, also, without
asking permission, supply her relatives
and friends with everything from the
family cupboard. A present will be made
her at Christmas of a Silk Dress and a set
of Jowclry, and Bhe will have liberty at
presses, or exercises any impertinent
interference in her family affairs. Ad-
.drcss "WEST END," at the Ledger
othce.
all times to go out to baus, evening par
ties, and conversations. Thn advertiser
nover goes into her own lichen, locks Lor
A Paeisian Trick to Maris Money.
Every evoning, about ten o' clook,
woman takes up her position nndor the
Colbert Arcade, at the corner of the Rue
Vivienne, her ostensible object being .to
letoli wator Iroui the lountain, for which
purpose, liko tho daughter of Laban, she
oarries a pitcher in her hand. As soon
as she observes a gontleman advancing,
she quiotly places hor pitcher at the
angle of the two streets, and hides hersolf
in the neighboring doorway, Owing to
tho aarRnoss ot tho spot, the gentleman
probably falls over and breaks the pitchor,
soils his trousers, and hurts his shins.
The woman screams, "fie more careful
another time, then," says tho gontleman,
rubbing his shins. "Ah, my good gentle
man," says the woman, weeping, "I am,
indeed, sorry that your cloths should be
soiled like that" And she sheds enough
tears to fill another pitcher. The gentle
man consoles her, and affirms that it does
not muoh matter, as he can easily change
his inexpressibles, and at tho same time
adds how much he regrets having brokon
her picher. At this her sobs redouble.
"The pitcher," says she, "was not mine,
and I have no money to rcplaco it" The
gentloman, melted by her distress, puts
his hand in his pocket and gives two,
three, and sometimes even five francs to
the unfortunate woman, who then goes to
buy another pitcher to be broken bv some
other gentleman and bo on till midnight.
As there are woman who practice this
proiitibie trick near all tho lountams in
Paris, it has given birth to a new species
of industry. Thcro are now men who
mend these broken pitchers.
. WiLBEBFoncK on Scanoal. Wilber
force relates that one time he found him
self chroniole'l "St Wilborforce" in an
opposing journal, and the following is
given as an instance ot bis Pharisaism:
"lie was lately seen, says the journal,
"walking up nd down in the Path Pump
Room reading his prayers, like his pre
decessors of old, who prayed in the corners
ot too street to be seen otmon. "As tbo; e
is generally, says Mr. Wilberforce,
"some slight circumstances whioh per
versencss turns into a charge of reproach,
I began to reflect, and I soon found tho
occasion of the calumny. It was this, I
was walking injtho Pump Koorn in conver
sation with a friend, a passago was quoted
from Horace, the accuracy of which
was questioned, and, as I had Iloraoo in
my pocket, 1 took it out and road the
words. This was tho plain 'bit of wiro'
which factious malignity sharpened into
a pin to piorco my reputation." How
many ugly pins havo been manufactured
outjof evon smaller bits of wire than
that
Msa- .
Anecdoth op MtRAnKAR T,.urn A
friend who knew the htn MiraiiAnu
Lamar well, in a private lettor, speaks as
follows: "Well, Mirabcau 1$. Lamar is
dead! lie mads tho first political speech
I ever heard, and said: "Bv llcavonl I
had rather sco Gcorria &n w.ahp.Tir
leafless and lifeless floating in the
frozen soa, than to see her submit to
Federal exaction. Xav. sir. I lmd miliar
see her sink into a lake of fire, seven
times hotter than man's conception!"
Ween no nad a lever turnntv vnnm no-n.
Colquitt went to seo him, and ho lay
armn.titnrr tin on rl vuvinrr fr, lin II A
body can dio," ho said "but me. Any
bndv else would die with thia fuirnr- 1m f
here am J, and I shall not die, but suffer
on ana live: nut no is dead a brave
man and a poet, he was not happy, and
i li- i i:n xi t .;V' , .
yyo ncuiuiu j nit mo vuu uiiu iiiues ms
eternal future.
A Gentjinb Yankeb Thick. A travel
ing Yankeo gave a freo concert in
Uingham Mass., lastweek, which attracted
several hundred persons. At the close
of tbo entertainment, the generous con
certizer produced a lot of soap, warronted
hi uuic uii aiuua ui nam uiuuasus, WI11CI1
ho offered at the low price of twenty-live
cents a cake. Ofeourso tho chance to
procure so excollant a saponaceous
article was not thrown away by the
j i it . ir i " . .
auaienoe, ana ine x amr.ee soon disposed
of his stock and loft the town. The next
day it was discovered that a large
msjori'.y of the citizens of "Bucket-Town"
were the possessors of small cakes of
common yellow soap, highly soontod, for
whioh they had paid a liberal price.
rree concerts are not popular in that
town just at present
Assassination of a Mississippi Editor..
A telegraphio dispatch of the 18th, from
Vioksburff, Miss., statos that W. D. Rov.
Editor of the dentinal and Sun, was shot
through the heart by Sheppard, his clerk,
who had defaulted. Rov was also (Sur
veyor of the port of Vicksburg, and
charged Sheppard, his deputy, with
swindling. The latter was arrested
during a bridal tour to Now Orleans.
some months since. This ia donhtleRi
Ltne origin ot the tragic affuir.
Chape Crop in Camfoknia. The
croo of irrnnea in California was less last
i - tj i - t ,
year than in any'previous season since
1853. This -dimiouition .was. caused
by unfavorable weather, the winter, and
spring frosts, the ravages of the out
worm, and a generally untavornuie sum
mer for the growth of fruit.
HAUKISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, cor
ner of Jfifth and Weetern-row. Photographs,
Molalnotynea and Ambrotypes taken cheaper than
elsewhere Id tbo city. Oil Colored Photographa
maae oi an eines, irom me to ii imaireni mimanm.
Ptctiiree neatly sot In Lockets, Breast-pins, Finger
rings and-Bracolots, All work warranted. .
Sl-aT A R BMW1M. tlW.
MISCELLANEOUS.
USEFUL IN EVERY IIQUSE FOR
mending Furniture, Toy), Crockery, Glass
warn, Ao.
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar afreet, Mew York.
AdJrcss UKN11Y 0. St'ALDlNQ A CO,,
Box No. 3,600, Now lurk.
Put up for Dealers in Canes containing fonr, eight,
and twelve dozen a hsantiful Lithograph Bhow.
Card nranmeanalnit each package. de2 lay
Day's Hedal Jobber,
W.T.&S.D.DAY&GO.,
Manufacturers and Dealer! In
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND P0WKB.) '
And nil b India ot Printing Dlatcrlnla, Noi,
173, 173 nnd 177 Weal SooonU-atreet,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to onr MM) AIi JOBBED. Within the last
eighteen months we hare introduced them into fonr
tofn ilfftVrent Statoa of tho Union, with the greatest
AilBfnnllr.il to tha nartiea nnrchas n. The power la
applied to the centor of the pinion : consequently
tnero ia no possibility of ita springing from any
amount of pressure. The motion la so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of content with
the furin, iuBuring A PKUtfEOI 1MF11KS310N at
a high rate of Bpeed.
Printers In want of the BEST JOBBER shonld
not pnrchaso eleewhore withont living this an ex
amination . Tliey are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WABBANTED to give the moat entire satis
faction. no
HALL'S PATENT.
mil P. MOST REM ABLE FIBE AMD
JL BDUOLAB PHOOCSAFKS.-They have given
more satisfaction than any othor now in nso.
Wo offer o reward of ONE TIIOITHANU IWL.
TjAUH to any person that can, up to the present
time, show a single instance wherein they bavo tailed
to preserve thoir contents.
With this SAFE we challenge all compatltlon, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
anil llnrglar Proof now ninde; and are willing to
tent with any establishment in the Union, and the
pnrty failing first, to forfeit to tho other, the snm
of$2,0HU. .
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at leaa
coat, than any other manufacturer in the United
States.
Kecontl-band Safes of other milkers, also on hand.
Wereapoctfnlly Invito the publio to call andeiam.
Ine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, UAlil'.OLL A 00.,
agl2-ayt Noa. 15 and 17 Kaat Columbia street.
WINDER'S PATENT SPRINO-CORD
BKII-ltOTTOll ran ha nnnllwl ta any
bedstead, old or new, in ten mimites. Kltutlo
Durable Uheap. Disionses entirely with slats, of
which ao nnicn complaint is mnrla. Alno, an assort-
UlfUt U, iWJStnttUI IU1 BUIO, Will, ci.iiug UUH juii 'U
Call and oxamino them at No. Vi Vine-street,
jiiinaui i r. 11. WAHHKN.
Wj IS. DODDS,
rormsrl;ofUMl,0oddaOo.;laHOrban,DoddOo,
W. It. Dodds & Co.,
' aurvvAorintni or mi
OONOIIEITI
Fire and . Burglar Proof
8. W. Corner of Vine Sovond Streets
This la the most reliable FIUB AND BnRnT.a
PROOF SAVE that ta made in the United Statu. nA
la vnrAntnd verfectlr free from danou. flan h mnlit
at lower prices, and is of better workmanahlf than
can be (ootid else hor e.
We hare a large assortment on band, and are de
termiueu hhiim prices inai cannot iau to vlaiM,
Old Safes
Take In eichang. BKOORD-BAHO BATHS tl
J. M'ELEVEY,
Merchart Tailor
No. 48 FOTj tt r U-8TREET,
d3tf LODKOW BUILPHI
I1EAD-Q.UABTER9 FOB
Boots & Shoes !
THAVB 1T0W IN STORH A LARGB
1 mrr nt TlAntai Bk. a.il Ull.uu
-- nun uv;t vi ik'ubvi wiwai diivhc niiu Diipmrii
which for exUmt and variety is not nnrpafliMl wvitof
Mcv York, bi r prices nre reiuooiiDifl; give me a eau.
t?t CARTOONS Of CEILDHEN
M-iW Morocco-hoeled Boots;
: laocartoons of Children's Fanoy-heeled Boots)
,000 pairs of Women's Pegged Goat Boots, custom"
made, at 74 oen tea pair. .
Ia store and for? Is by;
JOHN CAHTLL,
MPearl-itrcet,
cr ECONOMY! A
ZJ- Save the Pieces I
II
mi
BUSINESS CARDS
Door Iiocics,
R. R, CAB AND SWITCH LOCKS,
Door aad Gate-Springs, '
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS, ','
SILVER-PLATED DOOR-PLATES,
Bells Hurig, Keys Pitted.
The pnblio are respectfully InTlted to call and ex
amine the rarloua patterns and prloea. All Jobbing
promptly attended to u
GEORGE nioGIlBGOB,
nolcm ' Ko. 1 JJ rifth-street, Id door from Baca.
3
A. B. COLVILLE,
3
Scale Manufaolurf r .
No, 41 Kait Becond-etroet, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Cincinnati, keeps erery description of
Ceuntei't Platform, Cattle, Ilnllrond Depot,
and Truck Hcnleat Trucks,
I ron Wasjons, oka, .
Bepslrng done on the shortest notice. . nol-ea
B. KITTKEDGE fis 00
134 MAIN STBIKI, OIHOlNflATI, 0. :
KITREDQE U FOLSOM,
69 Bt Oh trie street. Hew Orleans, La
Importer! ofOnnitcV Sporting Apparatus,
' AsJD DB1ALUI III 00 rOYDIB.
H. CA.MPBELL & CO.,
MANTJFAOTUttURS OF BAR, SWEET
end Belief Iron, Plow Slabs, Ballroaa "pikes
Ito. Also, Ajreuta for the aale of 1 ronton HhMNails
Ware rooms So. 19 Kaat Sooond Btraet, Olnlnuat 1
Ohio.
awAUkln.li Iron made to order. 106
LEGJ)11T JtYIi,
C1LEANER OS SINKS AND VACITS,
J No. Ml BlKtli-atreet, between Vine and Kaoe, In
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ferseojwho
may favor him with their patronage,can relyea puuo.
tuallty and low prices. spl-ay
money! Money! Money!
LOAN OFFICE.
Removed from 36 West BUtb-sireet.
MONEY LOANEDON WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and ell kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates or Interest, at Mo. 17S Tins-street, between
fourth and fifth, ' M
PHILADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. tH riFXn-STBKKT, BOTJTU 8IDE,
(Kesr the corner of Tine,) -C.
Ii. VICKER8, Proprietor.
Oystrs and Gamo aerrod in all stylos. Meals at all
hours nolcm
U. P. EJL1AS'
: New Wholesale
WATCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street
Where can be bad erery artlole appertaining to ths
Business at inaeh less price, for CASH, thsa
has orer before been offered In this market.
GIVE US A CALL"
And see for yourselves. apU
WM. WHITAKER,
JEWELEK, .
No. MH N. B. Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, between
Walnut and Vine. Cincinnati.
A good iwsortnien t o f 81 L V K B and P L ATED W ABA,
BrniUi AULin, eio. aepi constautiy on nana.
Bneclsu attention Hlyen to Cleaning and Bepairlni
Watches and Jewelry. my 10
BEGGS it SMITH, No. 0 West 4th St.
A RE NOW K.ECEIVIN3 ADDITIONS TO
their largo assortment of Watches. Jewelry.
Silverware and Diamonds.
als -
A fine assortment of Plated Te Bati and Ontlet
and Opera Olaaaes. 134
RIEDICAL AND DENTAL.
SHI. SAIfl'JL S1LSBJB
ffTI SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
Ei THE SKIM, EEEUMATI8M, DISEASES OF
WOMKN, and such Ohronlo complaints aa maybe
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopathio system
of hla office.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Araenlo, Mercury, Tur
kish, Busslan and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Dla
sensary of Medloine, and every manner of Klectrlo
and Magnetic Apparatus.
NO. 51 W8X BEVENTH-8TUEIT,
OBIce henrs A. M. to 8 anl-tff
R. S. NEWTON, M. D.
OSlce, 60 Weit Serentli Street,
aiTws tii akd noi.
toe
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrior Ne. 90 West Seventh street, betweon Vint
. Ar.l. -...A Vina Hi..,,. HI alV
PI ajyou TT sliuuir stuu iuvi jw lUaV UUU OS ly) bV
WM. M. HUNTER,
UJfliNTlBT,
no
ail Tine.atreet.
J. TAPT,
(Successor to Knowlton A Taft.)
DENTIST,
No. 30 West Fourth St., bet. Wulnut Sc Viae
ol CINCINNATI, OHIO.
sep2 '
THE OYSTER TRADE.
C.S.MLTBY
' DSALll 1H
FRESH CAN
OYSTEtRS.
COVE
OYSTERS.
Spieed Oysteri.
rictUiED o rsv sua
fTlHB SUBSCRIBER IS VOW REOKIV.
B- INQ DAILY, by the Adams fxpresa, MALT.
OX'S world-renowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Xeg &nd Shell Oyiter..
yreah, Hormotlcally.iealed OOTf, SFIOXD
PICK LID 0YSTKE8.
BOfiEST OSR, Ageat
7-tf Depot. 11 Wast fifth-street
VKB8H
OYSTERS
OAVAGNA'S
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FlOTir-STRBBT.
nPHB SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOKIV
J- ISO dally, per Xxpreaa, hla aplendid Oysters,
Bavins com Dieted arrangements In Baltimore. 01
the most extensive scale, I will at all times during
the season be prepared to furnish my friends, "an
the rest of mankind," with the most DKMOIOUS
U1VALVKS Imported to the Quoen Oity. Nono but
the very beat Imported, Oreat inducements efferej
at tms importlng-honae.
Order sioliclted and promptly filled. Terms cash.
ri.ir.ii ajAvjaunA,
seplst Bole Importer and Proprietor.
: J. FARROW & SON'S
IELBBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
receirea aaiiy uy aae Aaam. ai
Sreas Oompnny. In whole and half cans.
II Oysters sold warranted fresh and of
the very best quality. J. B. OWINGS,
Agent, Mo. 37 fifth-street, bet. Main
and Walnnt-atreela.
N. B. The trace supplied on ths most liberal
11AEES AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
l'-a? L1MD3 in a superior manner.. Batlsractory
references given. Address Ko, I, Sycamore-street,
V'jniw ui iroim oeiv
iilH 6 V AL-B. OSMOND. IS. -d"
IleV Dentist, has removed to nJCVIne-strwt, neir
vvesjS,opysiiesif.wwivBim kSKnb-DB
INSURANCE.
BY STATE AUTHOBITY
Incorporated 1819.: Charter Perpetual
. mmk nu. ul.l.ll.liMilln ntnetnnatl In t NLJA. an
tedating all present local Insurance Opmpanles and
Agonoles in the Inanrance business In this odty. J J
years constant duty hero.eomDineo wiin wemio, e
perlence.mterpriee and liborality, especially com
mAtiH h jv-.tv a iti.nmnnA flnmnanv to the favora
ble patronage of this eommuulsy standing solitary
and alone, the sola survivor and living bioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1SJ3. '
Losses paldlnOlnolnnntl darln Post Five
Gash Capital $1,000,000.
ranam.nTlt in ITNIMPAIRED.1 WITH A
SURPLUS OF 1,030,423 SO.
And ths prestige of 40 years success snaer pemonoe.
IHVBBTHKXTI OF
Orer $100,000 in Ohio Secnrities.
imnriu na ad allfa.AAfk.nnn. l.Str4t4HM
Have been paid by the 2Stn a Insurance Company In
IhnM.itAvMra
Fire anillolnnd NvlUon.-Blaks accepted
at terms eonalstent with solvency and fair profit.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
anil flnnlAn,. fttr tnrmm ftf 1 tft fttf. H .
Application maue to any amy .ninprum ""s""'
ycomptiy anenaea to. jy airioi nuuuus u ii
ImAtn rn.nr.nnn l.n.lnAU this Oom nauv ia enabled
to Oder both Indemnity for the put and security for
tuerutnre. a? ilcissiesuoawiiuoui aeiay Dy ..
JAB. U. OABTKB, Agent, Ko. 10 Aluln streot.
A. r. PATCH, Assistan I Agent.
H. K. LINEMST, Agent 171 Tina street,
J.J.HOOKJB, Agent.Fnlton.lJtU Ward, ana
WESTEBN INSURANCE OOMPAKI
OB1 CINCIMXAYI.
OITICH IN THE SECOND STORY Ofl
No. 1 Front-street, between Main and Sycamore,
Thia Company Is taking fire, Inland and Marine
niias ai current rates oi premium.
Losses fairly adj usted and promptly paid.
DllHHO-rOBSi
TPKckcrt, Ball, BWPomeroy,
William Glenn, WUWhlteher, W 0 Mann.
Robert Mitchell, W H Oomatock, IDK Stone,
Bobt Buchanan, 0 0 Shaw, Geo Stall.
Wm Bellow, Beth Kvans, J II TaaSe,
David Oibaon, H Bracbman, JUIsbuni,
H Clearwater, Thos U Klliott.
T. F. ltOKEBT, President.
SlfPHKN Moesi, Seoretary nog
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Iusorance Company,
Of CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DIIiKCTOltHr
William Wood. Isaac 0. Oopelen,
James F. Cunningham, Hydncy U. Clark,
Andrew Rrkenbrocher, Joseph Keaklrt,
.Geo, W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher, ,.
(leorge B. Dixon.
ISA AO 0. rjOl'ELEN, President:
0(0. W. GOFKIKN, Secretary.
. . . A. Jtt. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
Diaaa, on lavoraoie wrona. uuice o. a vt est intra
street, Trust Oo. Building. . uodbim
National Insurance Co.,
Clnclnnntl, Ohio,
(Office Sonth-wost Oor. Main and Vront-ltreots.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKEN AT CVKRENT IlATliS.
DIBBOTOBSt
John Burgoyne, B HI Smith, - Ttobtrt Moore,
Wm Hepwortli, Chas h Moore, 11 t'ocliheimer,
FXWiedemer, Thos One, SW Smith,
J L Boss. Thos B Biggs, Henry Ellis.
H. 0. UKNKB, Bec'y. JNO. BtJBGOVNB, Pres.
noBbfm P. A. Sfriomah, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 182.
CAPITAL. $150,000.
stlFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET.. IN
" W SDEltS agiiinst Tioss nnd Dnmage by Fire; alio:
reriis ui me oca ana iniunu navigation.
DIKKCT0I1S:
JnoAVfTnrtTCnll. Allnn :nllinr. William Dn.nr
John W Kills, James Luiitou, Chaa.W Bonrland
John WUudloy, JamcB A Frar, J W C'anlinld,
I, T UnMlmm II M W 11,..!.. . U 1 1 . 1
ft S Williams,' IIMcBirucy, ' 'Jlowman O Baker,
jutin w. liAUl'WJSlilj, A'resiileut,
0. W. witiust, Becretary. noi
FHIK AND MARINE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI.
J. W. 0AB11IS0N, Pi-sldcnt.
8. W. BEEDEB, Secretary. .
DiRECTOBg-Henry Kessler, Anthony Fay, Wm,
Townley. Smith lletts.
BuavKioriS-J. B. Lawder and David Maker, detny
ti-ov 'sauiei
unison mi noHsonWu no iue ura:uo a
l)iwj)g-iqrnn0j) paB iiOJ-tuoiBOj ;) "a '1
"oo aamvH 'm. a
'sisuoa nas eonignu eintiuo.T feov nnrarr
qioif)Sniiiog 'sji3J iuou 'senpioenr juior :sjeu
uru japun puv ledila H)0n(riil0i )avo'youiVJ-ar7
NOSI 6N0UIS NI da I-ld 'S3ZI3 11 T
'Stniff P09 J put? TXIOO
2ni)iOH pu Snjpiir.ifj 9iqis)joa
WILSON, CARIICK & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
. M111XAIT$, .
TEALER8 IN LIVE AND DRE88ED
UJ Hogs, Pork, Iiard, Whisky, Flour, Grain, Ao.
Ollico north-west corner Sixth and iualn-stroets,
Cincinnati, opposite the Qalt House.
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
ui mo ueuenti a ruiiuce auu .iommisslon iiusiness,
nndor the strle of Wilson, aarllnlr A tn.. rnuiwri.
fully tender their services and solicit the patronage of
their friends and the publio. Partlcnlur attention
Said to buying and selling Bogs, Whisky, Flour,
rain, Ao, Their charges will bo as modorato ns
any oiuer goon uouso in mecMy, ueterto the mer
cuauHoi uiuciuuau generally.
a. witaoN. Ja.,
v . H. T, QAULIClt,
toMbm h. T. BABlt.
MADAMB ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at last Jast whatthe tallies have long neodeo
auu iuukou tur in vain, (ue vJierine miixir.
The Uterine Ullxlr ia warranted to cure all dla.
eases of a Uterine Nature; Imlammutlon of the
noma, ids Aiuneys, tnu uvanes, ana I no urethra.
ProluDSUSor S'alliuff of thaWoinh. Painful nlnn.trn
.huuuiuiumh, niutjiiirruuu, lu inct, a penectvure
is guarranteed by the use of from two to Ave bottles
ot tne Elixir, oi nny disease whatover of the Oener
atlve and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matterof how lonffBtandinfi'. Prlrn Kl iwr RnttlA.
JHadame IS ULIScalls particular attention to the
iouowiuguaruoi one oi tus most prominent urng
sistaof Cincinnati.
"TO THS FUBUOAirO TBI IiADIM PilTICtTLlB.
Wo, ths undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
our name to Patent Alodicinea; but knowing well the
Lady Physician, and tho medicine culled the Uterine
Kllzlr, we cheerfully recommend It to all females
suffering from Female Diseases of any kind; It Is
purely vegetable, and In no case can do injury; w(
say to all try, and oar word for it, yon will M re-
. s. Ut jiiiiij, ssnigfi ist,
tepJT "Corner of Fifth and Bace-stn ots."
ALSO
TkM ADAMB ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU.
X1M LATINO OOUOU AMD LIYBK BJ LBA11
purua, witnoui mn, pains in me jireast, Hack
Bill, or Limbs: Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness. Dim.
lii'i,, di ureaining, iioaaacne, Matuionoy, lloiirt
buro, Ohronlo Bhonmatiam, Billions Uhollc. Uramp
Chelle, Uriping Pains of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and in Pain,
ful Menstruation It is a certain cure, and gives
imnwdiate relief. In any of the above tllsasi
it vlll give relief in twenty minutes, and a rormu.
netit cure by the naoof two bottles. Onlydilcem
per bottle-so cheap that every person can get it.
H. 0.-For sale by F. D. HILL. Druggist, oornur
or Baps aud ruth-streets: J. D. PARK, corner of
tvurwi anu waiuuij nuinn, SjUABI Kin ft Co.
cornat Vine and Fourth: JOHN DICK30N, cornel
nf John .nrf Hlwlh, PA HI. II BIN I . I u -J-ZT?. '
Elshlhand Freeman. Also. CIIWAlm biutii iu
A W.j corner of Main and Fourth: swd lladamo
KLLIb'. H4 West SIxth-atreet. - ' sepjicJr"
OANDYI qANDJ
! aa:.". 3w. oziAhk t
. (Bnceeiur to JKnu 90,)
Mutaacturcii tad Wholesale Dealm
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
10 MAIK 8TBEBT. CINCIWNATl
' BBFlT
T3U U. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
AND OOTJNflKLLOR AT LAW nd Master
Commissioner of tho Superior andCOommon Pleas
02n,lL";Ank.1,mlu'n' uortu wostlwrnerofjataln
nd Third-streets. a(s
RAILROADS.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT-LINE RAILROAD.
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
NO CIIANQE OF OARS TO IMDIAHAP"
OL13, at which place It unites with railroads ,,
for and from all points in the West and Morth-west, ;r ,
THBEK PA8SBNOEB TltAiriB
leave Cincinnati dally, from the foot of Mill and
Jront-streots. , . ,
S:fiO A. m. Vnicago aaii-ann wuwwfuui
at!2:10P.M.i Chicago at 10:Sl) P.M. . .
12-45 P. M. Terie Halite and Lafayette Accommodation-Arrives
at Indlanapolia at 6:14 P. M.
7'lo P. H. Chicago Kxpreaa-Arrives at Indlanap
olia at 12:19 A. At. ! Ohlcano at 10:30 A. M. . ., ;
Bloopiug vara are quom iij ; "f"'""'"" r
this fine and run through to Ohlcbgo without -
"J. ...v. .i... (iv...-. k. r
spsr ueaure iuu iu , --v. -
fn.. rri, vniir tickets, and ask for tickets
via Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis. -
Fare the same, and time shorter than any other
route. .
Baegnire onocFOii inrongn. -TjiiuilifiH
TiiiKF.Trt. foodnntllnfod.can beob.
talnedattheTlckot-ottlcpn.atripencor lloinoox.rner. '
N. W. oruor of Broadway and front j Ho. I Ilurnot
Honse corner; at the Valnut-streot House, and at
liepot Office, foot ot Mill, on Front-street, where all
necessary iulormation can be had.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
call for paescngora at all hotels and all parts of the
city, by leaving addreas at eilhor office.
1H17 il. u. liuim, l TPBiuem.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shortest Ronts setwesn laoinnntl
sina vawSNalo.
Three Passenger Tralnal. re Cincinnati dallv. from
the foot of Mill and Front atresia.
Ui3 A. DI. Chicago lull arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:10 P. M Chicago at 10:80 1. M. This train
connects with all night trims out of Chicago lor
ine west anu fiorm-wesai Donneccs at inaianap1).
ii. , . v. ,.nt.. r.. irn.. 1 1 i .. ... , . v. i. .
IB -ilii viniu. iui avii. iiatmi ninv ,m u
trains for Peru, Logansport, Fort Wayne and To
ledo. ,
liJiaa F. HI. Terrs Haste and Layfavetto Ao.
eommouatlon arrives at Inil Ian spoils at 6:18 P.m.,
maklug direct connections at Iudlanapolis with I,a
fayotte trains for Decatnr, SpringHeld, Jiaplea, tiulu
cy, Hannibal and St. Joseph,
7 l'. M. Chicago Sxpress arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:15 A. M maklug oleae connections atUhicajo
wun an morning traiuaoiu oi unioago.
Wee Dine cars are attached to all tba nlcht trnln.
on this line, and run through to Chicago withont
change of oars.
una is exclusively a western ana Korth-oestern
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangements
with all conueotiiig roads tbionghout the entire
West, gnnranteoa unusual care anil the amplest ao
oommodatlons to the patrons of this line.
The Company's exolusire Telegraph Line is used
when necessary, to govern the movement of trains,
aud Longbrldge's celebrated Patent Brakes, are ai
lachod to all passenger trains, by which thoy canbs
rfoctly controlled; besides all the other modern Im
provements necessary for the comfort aud safety of
passengers, the managers of this road have liberally
ptovined,
Bmoking-oar en this line.
sT" Be aura yon are in ths right tloket offloe before
ron purobase yonr tickets, and ask for tlokets via
Lewrencebnrg and Indianapolis.
Fare the earns as by any other route. Baggage
eoecked through,
I'll HOUGH TlOKira, good until used, can be ob
taluedatthetickstoillcest Spencer House Corner
aorth-westcornar Broadway and Front; I'o. 1 Uui
aet House Corner; at ths WMaut-atroot House, aud
at Depot oillce, loo of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary lu (oruatlos mty be had.
Omulbusos rut to and frora each train, and w
callfoi passengers at all uoliU and all parts ol th
clty.bj leaving tddriits at l lb ir office.
W. H. I,. NOBLI,
n?Ji Uaneral Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
CIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVB THI
Sixth-street Depot.
Trains rnn through to Cleveland Sandusky, To.
ledoand Indlanapolia without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North,
sn aud north-weetern oltiea.
II A. BI. KXPKIiSS TRAIN For Hamilton,
Bichuiond, Indianapolis, Laluyette, Chicago, and all
Wtstern (Jules. Connects at Hichmoud with U. and
U. Itoad for Logauaport; also connects at Hamilton
tor Oxford, Ac.
7tU0 A. AI. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. Thia train makes
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago ths
same evening. Also connects at Cuhana rou Co
lumbi'8; at Bollefontulue with B. and LB. B.: at
Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayue and Chicago Bai
Iroad; at Clyde with Cleveland and Toledo Kail
road traius for Cleveland; at Dayton for Greenville,
Union, Winohestmr andtMiincie.
10 A. 1H. fiXPUitHM T If. A IN For Cleveland
vln Delaware tur Duukirk, BuUalo, Boston, New
York, and all Haaieru cities. Alao connects at Crest
line lor Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Kiistern cities. ,
;i:40 JP. ill. Tit AIN-ForBamilton, Klchmond
Logauaport, Peoria and Burlincton; alio lndiauan
olis, Torre Haute aud St. Louia,connectB at Hamil
ton for Oxlord.
fJsUO F. HI. TRAIN For Dayton, Sprlngflold,
Dellelontuino, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
all points in Camilla. ConnoctBat Bellefontaine with
B. anil I. K. 11. J
, 1 1:30. P. 31. EXPRESS TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,'
new York, and all Eastern cities. Also, counocls at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, .
and all Eastern cities,
.wt5? n,'1,t Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M., leaves daily gxcKpr Uatuodays. All other
trains leave daily txcsTT Sundays;
For further information aud Tickets, apply at th
Ticket ofllces north-east comer Front and Broad
way, No. 16!) Walnut-street, near Gibson ilouso; at ,
the new Ticket Office, on the west side of Tine-street,
between PostotMce and Bornat House; or at the
Six th-streot Depot. .
. no D. MoLABBN. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TBAIN DAY EXPRESS AT It
A. M., connects via Colnmbus and Olevelandt
via Oolnrubue, Stoubenvllle and Pittsburg; via
Colnmbns, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Oolum.
bns and llellolr (Wheellci). Also, for Sprlngileld.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal atationa.
rtlitOM) TliAIN-Columbus Accommodation
at 4:4(t V. M. Tbia train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Sprlngileld.
m THIRD TRAIN Night Kxpress at IlitfO P.
M., connects via Colarnbus and Bellair (Wheeling)!
via Columbus. Crestline and Pltteburg: via Colum
bus Stoubenvllle and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Cleveland.
This Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. SLKKPINOOAUS ON THIS TBAIN.
evsrThe Day Kxpress runs through to Uleveland.
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubenville, withont
change of cars, ' -
Tby N10UT BXPBES8 Train leaving Olnoinnall
at lliJOP. M., runs dally,, except HATUBDAIS.
The other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Jlaltlmors, Washing,
ton. Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Duukirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 4 bur
net House, south-east oornur of Broadway and Froat
streets, and at tho lantern lrot.
Trains run by Columbus lime, which Is aoven mln
ntes faster than Olnoinnall Uaio.
K11 ??2!r najBjiisT araj by leaving directions
tt the Ticket OHIcos. noli
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THKOOOU WITHOUT f.'UANQ Of CABS.
Ono Train for Kransviile si 7:30 P. M.
Tho Trains, connect at Si. Louis for all points la
Kansas and Nobraaka. Hannibal, Qulncy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg,
Natchez and New Orloans.
One Through Train on fionlamt 7:39 P. M.
BirrjBNiMo Fast Line-Leaves Kaat bt. lost',
Sundays excepted, at 6:60 A. tt., arriving at Oinclp.
natl at 10:lo P. M.
Kxpaass Tbaim Leaves lost St. Lonls dally altiOO
P. H., arriving at Cincinnati at f:2! A.M.
,. . FOIl THBOUOH TICKHTS
To all points West ai d Sonth.pluaae apply at tbe
olllccs. Walnnt-stree I Bouse, botween Sixth soil
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet Douse, corner office,
north-wont corner of Front and Broadway, Sprncer
IJonseOmce,andattheDcpot,corner Front and Mill,
streets. W. II. OLBMUNT.Oen'l.gnperlntendent.
Omnlhnsea call for passengers. oc3t,
OLD Q0V1CRNMENI JAVA. OLD MO
OR A, and very inperlor old Rio Codecs, at
FKUODSON'S,
jaf Cornet Ninth and Vine-street i.

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