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A BRACE OF SONNETS TO AMERICA.
Theae lonneta, bjr the young English poet
Lindlov Doboll, ihow great good feeling for
this country, and oonsiderable poolio merit: '
lien say, Columbia, we (hull her thy guns; .,,
nut in what tongue shall be thr battle-cry? ,
Mot that our sires did lore in years gone by,
When all tlie Pilgrim Fathers were little son, ,
In inerrle homes or Knglaodel Hack and see
Tli j satchelcd anceatorl Behold, he rum
Ti mine, and cIhh id, they tread the equal Ion
To tlio aaoie village school, wheTeside by side '
Tlioy spi-ll "Our Father." Hard-by tbe twiu-prlde
01 that grey hall whoae ancient oriel gleams
Thro' yon baronial pine with looks of light
Our sinter mothers ait beneath one treo.
Meanwhile one Bhakspoare wanders past and dreams
His Helena and Heriuiab. Shall wo light
Nor force nor fraud shall sunder usl Oh ye "
Who, North or bonlli, ou Kast or Western land,
Nn'ivo to uoblo sounds, say tenth for truth,
Freedom for lreed iin, Inro for lore, andGoa
For Coil; Oh yo, who in eternal youth
Hpuak with a living and creative flood
This universal English, and t ntil
lis breathing book; live worthy of that grand
Heroic utterance sarted, yot a whole,
Fur, yet nnsovered children brave and free
Of the great Mothor-tongue, and ye shall be
Lords ol' an Empire wide as Hbakspsare'B soul,
NuMimeas Miltou's immemorial ihoniel
And rich as Ohaucer'a speech, and fair as Spencer's
The Mysterious Stone in Massachusetts.
io have been furnished with somo
further particulars in rogard to the mys
terious etone found at Heath four years
ago. Dr. Hitchcock and Prof Sheppard,
ot Amherst, hare examinod the stone and
do not find it to be an aorolito, but a com-lnon-stono,
found not only in Vermont
hut in Massachusetts. It has no appear
ance ol being detached Iroin a large mass,
Out is a worn etone, with, rounaea cor
nors. It could not have come from Ver
mont, as it hit the tree near which it was
found on the south-east sido, and must
thcreforo have come from that direction
At tho time the stone was found there
was two feet of snow on the ground, cov
ered over with a crust Buffioiontly strong
to hear a man. Dea Hart Brown had
occasion to pass through a tract of wood
land about 100 rods from his house, and
noticed a stone of considerable Bize lying
on the top of the snow, the crust not
being broken under it It Btruck him as
somothing singular, as there were no
tracks in the vicinity and no oonceivablo
inducements j to anyone totakeastono
weicning 4 pounds ana leave m mere.
( n examining a flat side of the stone it
was found to te covered with pulverized
hemlock bark, which filled the crevices,
and a hemlock tree, standing about four
fect from stone, showed where the bark
came from, in the loss of its bark from a
spaco about eight inches square and four
feet abovo the surface of tbe snow. Tho
bark, which was an inch thick, was worn
away and the wood beneath was bruised,
indented and slivered. The stone must
have come io a nearly horizontal direc
tion toward the tree, striking it with great
Our own impression from the descrip
tion givon is that the stone was rapidly
revolving and that it so hit tho tree aa to
coutinue to rovolvo upon it, thus pulver
izing tho bark, and so breaking its own
force until it slid gently toward tho ground
with to little violence as not to break the
crust of tbe snow. If that idea had oc
curred to Dea Brown it is quito likely ho
would have discovered marks upon the
treo as well aa upon tho snow which
would have established the fact of tho
rotation of the stone. It does not by any
means follow that tho" Btone is not, an
aerolite because it is like stones found on
this earth. Tho fact that aerolites hith
erto found differ in formation from ho
tones on tho earth does not bv any
means prove that thero are not aerolites
which are identical with our earth stones
in character. Our scientific) men are apt
- to limit their field of discovery by estab-
- liehing negatives in that way, but it is not
a pcientifio method by any means,
Tho Btone lias been carefully preserved,
and is in tho posossion of Kev. Isaac Esty,
Heatli. Tho facts in regard to its
disoovory are sustained by good authority,
and it seems to bo worth while for tho
ayans to inquire a little more fully into
this matter. There aro mysteries enough
about it to make tho investigation inter
esting. Springfield (Mass.)' Republican.
i'URSEVBRBANCH OF D'l8EAKLI. Benjft-
, inin D'Israeli affords an instance of the
power of industry and application in work
ing out anemincnt pubho career. His first
achievements wero in literature, and he
reached success only through a succession
oi uuiurcB. jaw vv onarous xalo or Alrov
and revolutionary Epio" were laughed
ut, and regarded as indications of literary
lunacy. But he worked on in other di
rections, and his "Coningsby," "Sybil,"
and "Tancred" proved the sterling stuff
of which he was made. As an orator,
too, his first appearance in the House of
Commons was a failure. It was spoken
of as "more screaming than on Adelphi
farce." Though composed in a grand and
ambitious strain, every sentence was
hailod with "loud laughtor." "Hamlet,"
playod as a comedy were nothing to it
Hut he concluded with a sentence which
embodied a prophecy. Writhing under
tho laughter with which his studied elo
qnonce had been received, he exolaimed,
"I have begun several times many things. 1
and havo succoedod in them at last I
shall sit down ' now, but the time will
come when you will hear me." The
time did come; and how D'Israeli suc
ceeded in at length commanding the
rapt attention of the first assembly of
gcntlem'en in the world, affords a strik
ing illustration of what energy and deter
mination will do; for D'Jsraeh earned his
position by dint of patient industry.
JS6T"neaven helps those who help
themselves" is a well-worn maxim,
embodying in a small compasg the results
of vast human experience. The spirit of
self-help is the root of all genuine growth
in trie individual; and exhibited in the
lives of many, it constitutes the true souroe
of national vigor and strength. Help
from without is often enfeebling in its
effects, but help from within invariably
invigorates. Whatever is done for men
or classes, to a certain extent takes away
tho stimulus and necessity of doing for
thomsclves; and where men are subjected
to ovor-guidance and over-government,
the inevitable tendency is to render them
What Colored Etbs Ddrou Mean to
Marry? Dark blue eyes are most com
mon in porsons of delicate, refined, or
effeminato nature; light blue, and, muob.
more, gray eyes, in the hardy and active.
Greenish eyes have generally the samo
, moaning as the gray. .Hazel eyos are the
more usual indications of a mind mascu
line, vigorous and profound. 'Shakspeare
it is said had hazel eyes; Swift, blue eyes;
Milton, Soott, and Byron, gray eyes.
Great Men who Rose from the Ranks.
From the barber shop rose Sir Richard
Arkwright, the inventor of the spinning
jenny, and tho founder of the cotton
manufacture of Great Britaia Lord
Tenterden, one of the most distinguished
of English Lord Chief Justices; and
Turner, the vory greatest among land
scape painters. No one knows to a cer
tainty what Shakspeare was; but it is
unquestionable that he sprang from a
very humblo rank. The common class of
day laborers has given us Brindloy tho
engineer; Cook, the navigator; and Burns,
the poet Masons and brick layers can
boaat of Bon Jonson, who worked at the
building of Lincoln,s Inn, with a trowel
in his hand and a book in his pocket;
Edwards and Telford, the engineers;
Hugh Miller, the geologist; and Allan
Cunningham, , tho writer and sculptor,
while among distinguished carpenters
we find the names Inigo Jones, the archi
tect; Harrison, tho clironomoter maker,
John Hunter, the physiologist; Romney
and Opie, paintors. rrofossor Lee. the
Orientalist; nnc John Ciibson, the scuIptoT.
From tho woavor class have sprung Simp
son, the mathematician; Bacon, the sculp
tor; the two Milners, Adam Walker, John
Fostor; Wilson, the ornithologist Dr.
t . t . . . i , i
i-jiviugHHHio, mo missionary traveler; ana
Tannahill, the poot Shoemakers have
S'veri us Sturgeon, the eloctrican; Samuel
rew; the essayist; Gilford, the editor of
tno quarterly Keviow; liloomneld, the
poet; and William Carcv. the missionary.
while Morrison, another laborious mis
sionary, was a maker ot shoe lasts. With
in the lost year, a profound naturalist
oris been discovered in the person ot a
shoemakor, at Banff, named Thomas Ed
wards, who, while maintaining himself by
v. :,. i i j ij i i . . it.
mo utMiu, Jin uotuiuu tutf juisuro W tuu
study of natural scienoo in all its
branches, his researches in connection
with the smaller orustaceoo having beon
rewarded by tho discovery of a new epe
oies to which tbe name of Pramza
Edoardail has been given bv naturalist
jSTor have the tailors been altogether
nJ!nl?.M..!.L.J T..1 1L. 1
uuuiBMuguisueu, duu&Huo, - ine painter,
having worked at tho trade until he
Tnrnnrl mn.nh.nnrl T?nf tpKo ?o nnvtinna
more remarkable, ona of tho gallantest of
iiritisu seamen, Admiral liobson who
broke the boom at Vigo in 1702, origin
ally belonged to this calling. He was
working as a tailor's apprentice near
Bonohurch, in tho Isle Wight, when tho
news flew through tho village that a
squadron of mon-of-war wore sailing off
me lsiana. xie sprang irom tne snop
board, and ran down with his comrades
to the beach to gaze upon tho glorious
sight The . tailor-boy ' was suddenly
inflamed with the ambition to be a Bailor,
and springing into a boat, he rowed off, to
the squadron, gained the admiral's shin.
and was aocopted as a volunteer. Years
after he returned to his native village.
full of honors, and dined off bacon and
eggs in tho cottage where he had worked
as a tailor's apprentice, Cordinal Wolsey,
DeFoe, Aikensido and Kirke White wero
the sons of butchers; Bunynn, was a
tinker, and Joseph Lancaster u bosket-
maker. Among the great names iden
tified with the invention of tho stoam
engine are those ot Mewoomen, Watt,
and Stephonson; the first a blacksmith,
tho second a maker of mathematical in
struments, and tho third an engine fire
man. Dr. Button, the gooloirist. and
Bowielf ,-the futhcr of wood engraving,
wore coal-miners. Dodsloy was a foot
man, and Holcroft a groom. Buffin tho
navigator was a common seaman, nnd Sir
(Jloudesly Showol aoabin-bov. Hersohel
played the oboe in a military band.
Uiantrey a journeyman carver, Etty a
journeyman printer, and Sir Thomas
Lawrence the son of a tavorn-kceper.
Michael Faraday, the son of a poor
blacksmith, was in'early lifo apprenticed
to a book-binder, and worked at the trade
until he reached his twenty-seoond year.
He now occupies the very first rank as a
philosopher, excelling ovon hia master,
Sir Humphrey Davy, in the art of lucidly
expounding the most difficult and abstruse
points in natural science iS'ot long ago
Sir Roderick Murchison discovered, at
Thurso, in tho far north of Scotland, a
profound geologist, in the person of a
taker tuore, named Robert Dick. Whnn
Sir Roderick called upon him at the bake
house, in which he baked and earned his
broad, Uict delineated to him, by means
of flour upon a board, tho geographical
features and geological phenomena of his
native county, pointing out tho imperfec
tions in the oxisting maps, which he had
ascertained by travelling over the country
in his leisure hours. On further inquiry,
Sir Roderick ascertained that tho humble
individual beforo him was not only a cap
itul baker and goologist, but a first-rate
botanist "I found,'' said tho Direotor
General of the Geographical Socioty, "to
my great humiliation, that this baker
knew infinitely more of botanical soionco,
aye, ton times mote, than I did; and that
there were onlysomo twentvor thirtvsnfln-
imens of flowers which ho had not col
lected. Some he had obtained as presents,
some he had purchased; but tho p-rontnr
portion had been aacumulated by his
industry, in his native county of Caith
ness, and the speoimens wore all arranged
in the most beautiful order, with their
soientifio names. Self-Help, by Samuel
The Unwholesomeness of Lager Beer.
Dr. M. AdamB, in his sketched in th
Edinburg Medioal Journal of a medical
tour on tne continent, tnus diaoourses of
the German national beverage: Is all this
use of beer wholesomo in a diatetio point
of view? Ask a Bavarian, and he will
answer vou, shrugging his shoulders and
raising his eye-brows with dolight, "My
dear sir, beer is fluid bread.'' Now,
whatever the teetotal party may s&y to
the contrary, the honest German's an
swer is very near the truth. Booker, of
Boun, Muldor, of Utreoht, and other emi
nent physiologioal ohemists, havo shown
us clearly and indisputably that beer and
wine, Dy.arres'ing 'he destruotivo mota
morphosis of our tissues especially of
those containing phosphates are both
valuable as indirect nutritivo agents.
Will it be credited that a pint and one
half of good boer will afford a ha;d work
ing man about as much nourishment as a
pint of milk? The physiological effoots
of beer on the animal economy are these;
The carbonio acid of the blood is in
creased, and the excess is eliminated by
the skin and kidneySj and burnt off in tho
lungs. The alcobolio element stimulate
digestion, increase tho appetite and facil
itate the absorption of nutriment by tho
alimentary canal. Its sugar and dex
trine, transformed intolactio acid and
sugar; pass into the portal system, whero
they.inorease the bile-forming constituents
,of the blood, and offer tho Bouroe of addi-
tional animal heat; and, lastly, the narcotic
principle of tho hops Booth ea the exoited
or irntablo nervous Bystem, Thus we
can understand how beor, like wine, is a
Valuable aid to nutrition, in virtue of its
tonio and sedative properties, and on ac
count of its arresting the waste of tissue
inseparable from intense or- continued
mental application. "Surely, then," says
jr. a. iv. L-namncrs, mat is truer philan
throphy which directs attention to in
creasing the variety and quantity of
wholesome fermented liquors, than that
which, by precept or example, endoavors
to aeter men iroin them altogether.
anorlb in a'eiticoats. a tunny cor
respondent of the Portland Transoript
saysj: ' ' '' ' "- - .
I have recently gin up all idea of women
touts, and cum back, to porlitikal mo.
ara moro nc name in tins iiue lUnu m
huntm fair sects. Angels in petticoats.
ana "Kiss me quiolr. will do to look at,
gin in, durn "em" they are as slippery as
eels, and when vou fiah for "em and r?et a
bito" you somo how or other find yourself
on tno wrong end ot tlie line; taey ve
cotohed you! And when you've stuffed
them with pea-nute, candy and dogger
types, they will throw you away as they
would a cold tatter. Lostwiso that's my
experience But I am dono with 'em
now. The Queen of Shober, the sleappen
beauty, Cleopatry's needle, Pompey's pill
and Lot's mib, with steam ongine to holp
'em, couldn't tempt me. The vory sight
oi a Donnett rues me all over!
HARRISON & COLLINS'
IENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, eor-
ner oi rntn ana western-row.
Dlelalnotypes and Ainbrotypes taken clioapor
eisewnere in tne city, on uolorecl rnotoi
niado of all slr.es, from life to the smallest miiiTatnro.
Pictures neatly set iu Locketa, Breast-pins, i"iugor
riuKH ana Bracelets. Ail woi-k warrauiea,
iioK-ay A. H. BIiOOM. Artist.
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE FOR
mending Furniture, Toys, Crockery, 01am
wholesale Depot, Ho. 4t Ocdnr street, New York.
Address HEN BY 0. WPALDINt A 00.,
Box Mo. 3,61)0, New York,
Put 11D for Dealers In Oases oontnlninn fonr. eivht.
and twtdvo do&pn A hAaiitifirt Lithocranh Rhnw.
Card nrnomwMTlng each package. de2lay
THE MOST B EM ABLE FIRE AND
B OUOLAll PBOOK BAKES. They have giren
more satisfaction than any other now in nse.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOIi.
I.AUH to any person that can, up to the present
time.eliow a single instance wherein they hare failed
to preserve thi-ir contents.
Willi this BAKU we challenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proofi or Sire
and DurRlar Proof now made; and ire willing to
test with any establishment :in the Union, and the
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the mm
We are prepared to fnrnish a better Bafe, and at less
post, than any other manufacturer lu the United
Second-hand Safos of other makers, also on hand.
Werexnoctfully -invito the pwblio to call andoxam
Ine oar stock beioro purchasing elsowhere.
, HALL, OAHKOLL A 00.,
angiz-yy not, laanq 17 JCast Oolumbla itreot.
WINDER'S PATENT SPRINfl-CORD
B K D-B OTTO IU can be applied to any
bedstead, old or new, In ten minutes. Klastio
Pnrable-Ohr-ap. Dispenses entirely with slats, of
which so much coin plaint Is made. Also, an assort
ment of ModHteads for sido, with Spring Bottoms In.
Call nnd examine them at No. 172 Vine-street,
JK'" . OUH. WABRICW,
Wi B. D0DD6,
ronnerloraAU.Dodds & Oo.j tote Urban.DoddiAOo,
TV. II. Bodds & Co.,
KuoTAcrnajua or in .
Fir and Burglar Prool
8. W. Corner of Vine k Second Street.
This tl the most reliable tlBI AHD BUROLA
PBOOF 8AJTK that Is made In tbe Oolted States and
warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.
We nye a large assortment on band, and are da.
termlnad to sell at price that oannot fall to pleas.
Takea In exchange. 8X00ND-HAHO 8 AVIS a!.
war on hand at extremely low prices. ;'
Gifts! Gffls! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST POTJRTU-STREKT.
next to Bmlth Nixon's Hall, Olnolnnatl,
Ohio. A splendid Oltt, worth from 60 cents to 8100
will be Riven with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
. fif?i c,,n,",l,t,of Ool,d S?? Siver Watches, ladles1
Solid OoldUhaln. plendld set of Jewelry, flue Gold
Bracelet., Gents' tioid Vest-chBlne, and a larrn va
Mne'snt to1?! ' of tkb itvilT worth from
Ladie and gentlemen art respectfully invited t
Coll and examine our stock. w "
A. A. KELLEY
Publliher and 01ft Bookseller,
neat-tr Ho. X Wast Togrtb-strL
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Terr description, which I am selling at asm
anca oa Mew Tork prloes, wholesale and retail,
J. WEBB, Jr.,
noi 131 bt. Bace and Dm.
J Saye the Pieces!
1 fes&atss; (yssiSJ
B. It. CAB AND SWITCH LOCKS
' Door and Gate-Springs, ;
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
I Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
' The public are respectfully invited to call and ex,
amine tho virion patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
. ... UKORGKIUoGIlEGORs1.'
noJcm Ko. 13J F if th-s tree t, 2d door from Bace,
A. B. COLVILLE,
No. 41 Kast Becond-ttreet,' botween Byeamore and
uroauway, vincinnaiit aeeps every description or
Countor, Plntform, Cnttle Kallraa4 llepat,
and Tl-unk Hnnlxu: Trnvl's.
Iron Waions, cVr.
Bepalrng done on the shortest notice. aol-6a
B. KITTREDGE & 00
134 MAUN 8TB BET, OlNOlNxUTI, 0.
KITREDQE tc FOLSOM, ,
St St. Charles street, New Orleans. La
Irapvrtere af Gaaa Se gportlaa Aaparataa,
ABO DliXMI IK oca rOWDIB.
TT n A TWP-R13T.T. Sr Pfl
mf ANUFACTUR32R8 09 BAR, BMKIT
and Bller Iron. Plow Hlaba. Hallroa nikea
Also. Aieats for the sale of Iron ton Hnw Nails
wweroonia no. 1 jlui oeooad Btreet, Ulnauii
"-All klndj Iron made to order. . lot
; LEEJDEKT BYL,
sTILEANER OP SINKS AND . VA CMS
VJ Mo. W iilith-f treet, between Vine and Hace, In
the Medical College, Olucinaati, Ohio. Perseoswho
may ravor him with their pau ona.ge,can rely pane,
maiityintt low prices.. aept-ar
Money! JTHoney! JTIouey!
Remevedfrom SO West SUth-.treet.
mf ONBT LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
XVJLULBT nJ all kinds of Merchandise, at low
nites pi interest, at no. 173 vine-street, Ml
fourth and fifth.
Dining; and Coffee Saloon,
NO. Sl)i F1FTH-STBEKT, BOUTQ SIDJI,
' (Near the corner of Vine,)
C. Id, VICKER8, Proprietor.
Oysteri and Game served in all stylos. Weals at all
a. P. EL1AS
. , New Wholesale
WATCfl & JEWELRY IIOUSB
16 West Fourth Street
Where oan be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a rnnoh leaa price, for OABH, than
has ever beforo been offered la this market.
CMVE US A CALL
And see for yourselves. :' apU
No, HH H. B. Oor. Firth and Lodge strools, between
Walnnt and Vine. Cincinnati.
A good assortmentof SILVEB and PliATXD WABk.
. HPBtl-PAtlT.K. n.. Irnitt Mnatanltv n h.itA
Bncoial attention fflven tn (llAitnlitif and RAmtlflna
wMMiuiM auurfeweiry. myiu
BEGGS it SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their lares assortment of Watches. Jamln.
Hiiltll HIUV.HU AISIUUUUI,
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Bat and trstlerr
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
KISPECIAILT TREATS DISEASES OP
M2A TUB BKIN, BHKUMATI8M, DI8KASI8 OP
WOMSK, and sncU Ohronio eomplalnt as mar be
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopathlo system
of bis offlce.
Vapor, Bnlphnr, Iodine, Arsenio, Mercury, Tnr.
kish, Bnsslan and Electro-Chemical Baths, a DIs
pensary of Mcdiolne, and every manner of Xleotrio
and Magnetlo Apparatus.
MO. 97 WEST BEVENTH-STBIET.
OffloehenrsUA. M. to5 anU-tn
R. S. NEWTON, Ms D.
Offloe, 90 West Seyenth Street,
llfWlM VIM AMD BAOI.
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
OirtCB He. wl West Seventh street, between Vine
ana uaco. KtllDiaot-no. oa Beventh street, be
weon Walnut and Vine. Ut-rioa Uoves 1)i to SH
a, r , in ra i , m.i t w b r. in.
WM. M. HUNTER,
. 300 Vjne-alreet.
(Baocessor to Knowlton & Tart.)
No. SO West Fourth St., bet. Walnnt cV Vina
wM CINCINNATI, OHIO.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
C . S. MALTBY
mid -cove 4-m
;., .." COVE ' J-'.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS SOW REOBIV
JNO DAlliY.bythe Adam Cxpreae, MALT
bib world-renowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysteri.
WFcT2kDOSTEBb7',,,1'd VB' Btl0SD t
ROBERT OBS, Agent ,
. DepoJ, 11 West Fifth-street
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTU-STREET.
nnnH subscriber is nowreoeiv-
INQ dally, per Express, bis splendid Oysters.
u.riu. laimpiecea arrangements m Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all times daring
the season be prepared to furnish my friends , "and
thereat of mankind," with the most DELICIOUS
BIVALVES imported to the Queen City. None bo 1
the very best Imported. Great inducement, offered
at thl. Importlng-hoose.
Order iloliclted and promptly filled. Term cash
... fJKTKH. SJATAUINA,
sepiBT Sole Importer and Proprietor.
J. FARROW & SON'S
fiELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
rnueJVVU UtUlf D, IDS AOSIUS AX A. f
press Company, in whole and half cans. VJlol I m
the vory best Quality. J. IS. OWINOS,
Agent. No. XI Elfth-itreet, bet. Main
N. S.-The trade supplied on the most liberal
MAKE8 AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS in a superior manner. Batisfactnrr
Ooraer of Front.
REM OVAL-E. OSMOND, M. d7,
Dentist, has removed to nrvftTmL.
ivtb,oppoailttw:wM Offloe, wtfWbai
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 181 9. Charter Perpetual
' StarAflrencv eatAhllshodlnflliielnnatf In 1N1.. an
todatlna all present local Insuranco Companies and
Ageuoies in the Insurance business In this city. 33
years constant duty bam, combined wun weaita, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the AiTh A Insurance Oomnanv to the favora
ble nati-otiAtfa of tlkiM CAmmntiilw stendinff solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
oincinnau underwriters oil9'43.
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, icare, niaotua 7. ,
lAHHOLPTB AND UN1MPAIBKD. WITH A
SURPLUS Ot? 1,U30,423 SO.
Aha the prestige of 40 years saccoe and ezpealeno,
' - IHTHTMHNTa Of
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OV 1!,000,000, LOSSES,
Have been paid by tbe TKtnu Insurance Company In
the pnst 40 years.
Fire and Inland Navls-nilon.-Bliki acoepted
atterma eonsisfent with solvenov and fair arodta.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, fur terms of 1 to Dy "s.
Application mad. to any duly -ctliorlMd Agent
aroraptiy attended to. Vy smut attention to a legit
imate Insurance easiness, this Company is enabled
to ofler both Indemnity for the past and security for
uoiuturo, r ticismsneo wunout aeiar vj
JAM. H.OAKTKR, Agsnt, No. 40 Main (treet. .
A. V. PATCH, Assistant Agent. ;-. . . . ,.n
11. K. CINI'HICY, Ant 171 Vfns street, .
1.1. IXOOKk H, Agent. Fnlton , I7tti Ward. ' ul
WESTERN INBUBANCS COMPANY
FEICH IN THE SECOND STORY" OP
UT .. n v, . -, .. . v.. n.. .) l;
This Oomnanr is takfns ITlre. Inland and Marine
tuiKs at current rute ot premium.
Aiossos fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
TPEckert, F Ball, BWPomcroy, '
niiuara utenn, vf u wniioner, w o nann.
flobert Mitchell. W n Onnstiiclc. F, K! Ht,m.
Kobt Buchanan, CO Shaw, CJeoHtalh ,
Wm Bellew, Beth Evans, J H Toaffe,'
David Gibson, H Brachnuin, JUIaham,'
li Cloarwater, Thos K KUiott.
t. . fiun.niUT, president.
BTipntN Moasg, Secretary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company.
OJ CINCINNATI, OHIO.
OIBKOTOltSi ' "'' ' '
William Wood. ' Isuac 0. Oopolon,
James r. OnnnliiRham, Sydney S. Clark,
Andrew Krkeu brother, Joseph Keakirt, ,
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George R. Dixon.
, 1SAAXJ 0. OOPaLKIf, Presidents
Oio. W. CorUBM, Secretory.
A. M. ROSA. Hnrvnvni-.
Bisks, on favorable terms. Oulco No, 3 West Third-
Bunii xiu.ituu.iuimiiia. . .. noooim
National Insurance Co.,
(Office South-west Oor. Main and Tront.itraat
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKEN AT CUR.BKNT RATES.
' i TlTWT.rnvtna. . -r .
JohnBnrgoyne, K M Smith, Bobert Moore,
" nepaorui, vims h jnoore, ji p'eciihiilmer,
J I Boss. ThoBBiggJ. Henrv Hills.
U. U. UBNKB, 8eo. JtfO. BUBGONK,l're.
noSbfm P. A, Spbiomah. gnrvevor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
IFJUUH JNO. 4 JfRONT-STREET. IN
BfJBKS against Loss and Damage by Fire; alios
Perils of the Boa and Inland
Jno.Wnarlwoll. Allen Collier. Willi. m Ttn.n
ik SS.ii' .;amsjjnpion, onas.w Jtowland,
'i.-7, ""!" ; rraaer, 4 iv oanneia,
Q S Williams, H McBlrufy, Bowman 0 Baker.
n w w JUU2 W. HAUTWiab, President,
O. W. Win, iamb. Secretary. no8
FlltB AND MAR I NIc.
Eagle Insurance Company,
R w ., W; OABJ1IS0N, President.
D. W. BEGDEB. Seoretarr.
DiBECTops-Henry Kessler, Anthony Fay. Wm.
rn i b i iihw V.0D' 8am,,el Oeorgo W.
BuavavoBS J. H. Lawderand David Baker. 4e9ay
M;.ai-.oa . . . "
S8Hod Dim UOUVOIlldS U0 SUM aminnnrw m.
t9iis-ojqoinior) pan iiOi-nj9jBAi uofj -jj
"oo a? naHVH a a
sjonoff P "oniliua oiqirj JOJ "olp SfnuiOfi
H-'lfV " tow uovoia jnor.ir lseiuiioiv lutna
una aepuu pun ioditi moq (7pnoii iytQ) 'mmu-arr
uotti cNouia &i aa and 'sazis 11 T.
'siITKPoej pu ujon
WILSON, GAKLICK & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
T BALERS IN LIVE AND DRE8SED
iT nogs, 1-orK.i.ara, Whisky, iflour, Grain, Ac.
7 . w.uo. uiaiu ouu aiMn-Bireets.
Cincinnati, opposite the Gait House. .
V "" iuk lurinrn a eopartnmnip
in the General Produce aud Oonimissjon Business,
under the style of Wilson, Oarlick A Co., reepect
fully tendor their sorvices and solicit the patronage of
their friends and the public Particular attention
paid to buying and selling Hogs, Whisky, Iflour,
Grain, Ac. lholr charges will be as mocbrate aa
any other good honse in thecity. Beferto the mer
chants of Cincinnati generally.
V A. VflljOOPj, JB.'t
' t ' 5. T, GAftLIOK,
P028bm Ii. T. BAitB.
MADAME ELLIS. M. D., HAS FOUND
at last lust whattha T.hUmi ht.n.nuui.A
and looked for in vain, the Oterine Elixir. -
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dis
eases of a IJtjrlno Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and tbe Urethra,
Prolapsus or Vail lug of the Womb, Painful Menstrn
ation, Chlorosis. Amenorrhea; In fact, a perfect cur.
Is gitarranteed by the noo of from two to five bottles
el the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, ol male or femalu, no
mattorof how longstanding. Price jl por Bottle.
Madams ELLIS call particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drue
gists of Cincinnati.
"TOTHB rOBLIOAKD TH1 TilimnPi.mn,,.
We, the undersigned, are not In the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
S., "'"""" mouiwiicine caueu tne Utsrlne
Elixir, we oheerfnlly recommend it to all females
tiffeiins from Vemala T" nf w itin.i. . a.
purely vegetable, and In no case can do injury; ws
say to all try, and our word for it. yon will find ro
ue'. .. Jr. D. HILL. Draffs 1st.
HUT , "WrnerofFlfthandBaoeHitrvett,"
TMI ADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH PIMn.
1TJI LATINO OOUOH AND LIVEB BA LSAM
without fail, pain in the Breas Back,
.7 . '.u"i iioarseness. Dim.
crdty of BreaihlngTlleadache. ITlatulency, Heart
barn, Vbronlo Ulieumatlsm, Billlous Cholic, Drams
Choli Griping Pains of the Bowels, Didlnesi,
Stupor, Inactivity, Los of Appetite, and in Pain.
u. . . m nor lain cure, and gives
Immediate relief. In an of th .i... ai.T....Z
wUl give relief in twenty minutes, and a permit
nent cure by the nse o f two bottles. Only w cents
per kettle so cheap that every person can set It
N. B.-!or sale by F. D. lilLL, Druggut corniir
Pace and Fifth-streets; J. 5 VW, oorae? f
Fourth and Walnut; BUIBK, KOKSTETh 6? to
come Vine and Fourth; JOUM DICKSON, ceraiir
Jhn and Sixth: PAL BB1MLEIN, rorner ol
ElghUand Kreemai. . Also, KDWABD SOANLAN
OANDY I OAND"S
' aaaBBaasa(a ' '''!
, (Bncoiworto MisaiAOo,) '
Munactnrets and Wholesale DeUan
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,"
10 MAW STREET, CINCINNATI
M. JH. BALDWIN--ATTORNEY
"-' vvviiudtiuvn AX XI a W Inu MaUssflP
ThirdTtrV.ir " wml "n-aiB
.ui.. nut: v
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
NO CHANGE 07 OARS TO INDIANAP
OLIS, at which place it nuites with railroads
for and from all point in tbe West and iNorth-aett.
-' " THBEE PA88KNGEB TBA1NS
Leave Cincinnati dally, (root the foot of MIU sad
. :) A. M. Chicago Hail Arrives at Indianapolis
at 13:10 P.M.; Chicago at 10:30 P. M.
12-.V P. M. Tar ie ijauteaud Laryette Accommo
dslion Arrives at Indianapolis at 6:15 P. M.
1M P. M.-Uhicago Express-Arrives at Indianap
olis at I2U3 A. M. ; Chicago at 10:30 A. M.
Sleeping Cam are at Inched to all night-train oa
this line, aud run through to (Jblohgo without
chnge of oirs.
Kir Be sure yon are in Hi right ticket-office be
fore yon purchase your tickets, and ask (or ticket
via Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the sunie, and time shorter than any other
Baggage checked through. . '
TflBODfJH TIOKETS, good until used, can be ob.
talned at the Tlcket-ofllces, at Siieucer House corner,
N. W. corner of Broadway aud Front ; No. 1 Burnet
Bouse corner; at the Walnat-street House, and at
Depot Office, foot of Mill, on Front-street, where all
necessary information can be bad.
Omnibuses run to nnd from each train, and will
unit iui utiBBouBar. at an uoteis auu an wriitii lav
oity, by leaving address tit either offlce.
ja.17 11. Q. LOUD. President.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
rw. r1 awsaat iii j
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Tha Bhortact Baute s-etwen Cluolnaatl
and Vkaaso, '
Three Pajser, gerTralEsl ie01noiiinatIdUy, from
the foot of M ill and Front streets.
Ui3M A. M. Chicago lUil arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:10 P. M., Ohicago at VrM 1. M. This train
oonnect with all ulght it-sin out of Ohicago ior
the West and North-wostl oonnect at Indlanapo.
lis with trains for Terre Knute: also with Pet u
trains for Peru, Logansport, Fort Wayne and To.
1'IAS P. til. Terra Kaate and Layfayette Ao.
oommodation arrives at Indlananolts at aria P. at..
Ljnaklng dlroctoonnootlon. at Indianapolis with La.
laoreiie trains lur uecatur, npnngaeia, maples, Uuln.
oy, Hannibal and St. Josoph.
7 P. fll-arOnioago Express arrives at Indianapolis
atli:l6 A, BL, making olese connections at Chicago
with all morning trains ont of Ohicago.
Sleeping cars are attached to all the night train
on this line, aud ran through to Chicago without
ohange of car. .
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with faverable and roliuble arrangement
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
Wont, guarantors nnnsual care and the amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ot thl line.
The Company' exclusive Telegraph Lins la nied
when necewiary, to govern the movement of trains,
acid Loughridge1 celebrated Patent Brakos, are at
tached to all paesenger trains, by which they cahbe
perfectly controlled; besides nil the other modern im-
proveinonta necessary lor tne eomiort and safety of
pftssongors, the managers of this road have liberally
ptovided. . . i, .. ...
Smoking-car on this line; i -,
Be sure yon are In the right ticket offlce before
Ion purchase your tickets, and ask for ticket via
.awronoeburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the earns a b any other route. Baggage
eaecked through. i
T HBO UGH X IOKETB, good until used, can be ob.
talned at tbe tloket otlloee, at Spenoer Bouse Corner
north-west corner Broadway and Front; Ko. 1 Bur
not House (Jornm at the Walaul-stroet Horuw, and
at Depot office, foe J of Mill, on Front street, where
allneceraarr Information miy be had.
Omnibuses mi to and fna each train, and w'
f h" ,iua1n(njj ' " "otli D(I " "I u
va-f a sveivtui aruui UN Btk Ur UlLIOV. '
W. H. L. NOBLE,
. Ueneral Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE Till
Trkins run through to Cleveland Bandatkr, To.
kdoand Indianapolis without change of car.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North.
ra and North-western cities.
H A. Dl. HX PHEHH TRAIN For Htmllton,
Bichmoud, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Oitle. Jonnecls at Biohmond with 0. and
(J. Boad for Logansport; also counect at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
Ti:0 A. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky. Toledo and Ohirafo. Tlila train m.lu
closo connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at Uebana rox Co-
liunsus; at ueneioniaine wun a. ana 1. it, a,; at
Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Bai
Iroad: at Clyde with Cleveland and Toledo Kail.
road trains for Cleveland; at Dayton for Qreenville.
Union. Winchester and Muncie.
10 A. IH. KXPRNNM 1'H.AIN-ITnrrilAvi.lanil
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
Vork, and all Eastern cities. Also connect at Crest,
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
, :40 I. 01. TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond
LosauBDort. Peoria and Bnrliticlnii: nlun Imllanun.
olis, Terro Haute and St. Louis, oonnect at ilswfi-
bun ior vxiuru. i ,
StiiO 1. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield.
uviiviuiiiaiun, Ajiuimf, auiviju, teiruii, vuicaRO, ana
all points in Canada. Oonnectsat Bellefontaiuewith
B. and 1. B. U.
II,. til p. m. JVPilPTri iwirn,
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
KUIkt BUU .11 JUUUirU GIUS, &IBO, COnnOCIB Bt
Crestlin. for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
ami all Eastern cities.
xrxue nigbt Exprom Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M.. lit&veadallv cxr!F.pi RATnuniva. AllnlhAi.
trains leave dully bxocit Subdays;
1Tn.rnvll.AM Infarmaltnn .. - 1 .L
.! . . ... . WMW .".CM. M117 ,U.
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
tbo new Tiokei Offlce, on the west side of Vine-street.
between Poatofflrjl H.ml Unpnftfc Rnnu! nf Ik.
Six th-streot Depot.
noia u. jnoL,a.jttn,a. superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
' Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. M., connect via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Oolntrtbua, Steubenvllle and Pittsburg; via
Columbus. Crestline and PIttsbnrai via Colnm.
bus and Bel lair (Wheeila). Also, for Springfield.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
BKCONJ) TltAIN-Columbna Accommodation
at 4:40 P. M. This train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
THIRD TRAIN Night Express at 1li30 P.
n., conneots via Columbus and Bellair (Wheeling);
ie Oolnmbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Stoubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus aud
aui. .1.111 pwro a. uvi.l.uu, U1UIIVW, Ann).
and London. SLEEPINOOABH ON THIS TBA1N.
M ini VKt jtxpress run inrougn to Cleveland,
Wbeelin and Pittabur. via Stenbenvllla. wlthnni
ohauge of oars.
The MOHT EXPBE8B Train leaving Cincinnati
at lliJJOP. M., run dally, except 8ATVBDAIS.
The other Trains run daily, oxoept SDNDAY8.
For all Information, ana Tbrongh Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland.
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all tbe Eastern Place.
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street Hons., No. 4 Bur
net Hons, sonth-east corner of Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Dpot.
Trains run bv Oolnmbus 1 1 me. which Is ana nln.
ate faster than Olnolnnatl tin.
, ... J. DUBAND. Brjp't.
Omnibuses call for paisenrs by leaving directions
at the Ticket Offloe. noli
. , 1
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St. lonis.
THBODOH WITHOUT CQANCK OF CABS.
.'rMd?!! -- A.M.
, One Train for Kvansvlllesl T:M P. M.
The Train oonnect at St, Louis for all point la
Kansas and Nebraska. Hannibal, Qulnoy and Km.
kuk; at St. Lonls aud Cairo for Memphis, Vloksbnrg,
Natchez, and New Orleans. . .
' On. Through Train on Snnday at 7:3s P. M.
BBTUBNiaa Fast Line Leave Enat St. Lonb),
Sunday excepted, at i50 A.M., arriving at Clnoln.
nail at 10:15 P. M.
XxraEM Tbaii Leave last St. Louis dally at 1:M
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at ; A.M.
fjB THBOCOH TICKETS
Toall.aolata Wott avd.Sontblease apply at the
offices, Walimt-ntree t Houw, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No; I Burnet House, corner office,
north-west oorner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
HouseOfnce, and at the Depot, corner sTrontand Mill.
Streets. W. H. CLEMENT,Ocn'l.ttunerlataadent.
; Opinlbnse call for passenger.
LD GOVERNMENT JAVA, 0L MO
CHA, ana very superior oio I bio Wffeja. at
j7 Oorner Ninth and Vine-trtl,