[From Blackwood's Magazine.]
PHILOSOPHIC MODERN-DAY LOVE.
Ob, tell me not that distant nu
Boll wide between me and my lover 1
For be, I'm sure, Is at hli ease
And I'm in clovor.
And don't tell me that foreign parts
Will ever make mo, dear, forget him;
Nor will he take to breaking hearts,
Unless I let him.
He writes to me by every post.
And every poet taken back my answer;
Be writes of "niiiffliif," sleighs anil frosts
I or my dancer.
So don't tell me I must mope,
While bo's in Canada recruiting;
Be's neither Bishop, Saint, nor Tope,
And fonii of shooting.
I wish yon'd write to him somo day
How barfly I'm behaving;
Be'd send tmck word at once to say
Be thought you raving.
Be likes my going to a ball,
And talking German with loid Rowan;
D'yon think that, out at Montreal,
He flirts with no one?
Ah I yon don't know him. I mmt own
I've seen you Dirt, my pretty cousin;
But Willy won would flirt you down,
And several dozen.
Don't talk such sontlmrntal stuff;
Ton preach as it' I were a baby:
As Willy nays, "I'm not a muff,"
I know he's very found of m-
I know I'm very fond of Willy;
And as todonbta and jealousy,
We're not so silly.
We both intend to have onr fun,
And then to marry one another;
And, as the niuslc has begun,
Pray, no mors bother!
The Extent of the Military Power in
It is now eighteen conturics and a half
siDoo a new religion was preached to
mankind a roligion full of peace and
gentleness and morcy. On the day when
tho founder af that religion was born, the
peace of Europe was maintained by about
300.000 soldiers. There are now about
two millions and a half en the peace
establishment. Picture to yourself what
these 2.500.000 cost us, the peacoablo
inhabitants of Europe, in daily pay, in
rations, in olothing, and in housing. Go
through these calculations carefully.
Your time can hardly ho better spent
&An in making up such accounts. Re
member, too, that those unproductive
Moldiers mieht have been nroduotive
laborers and artisans, so that you havo to
add tho loss of their labor to the cost of
their keep. 1 ry to imagine these millions
of armed men defiling without intermission
in long array before you, the bright, alert,
and ready-handed Frenchman, the stout,
hardly Prussian, the well-drilled Austrian,
the stalwart Dane, the gay Piedmontese,
tne sturdy uutonman, the muon-endurmg,
long-coated Russian, the free limbed,
haughty, dehant Spaniard, and the cool,
resolute, solid looking Englishman. Bright
summer days would wane away as this
vast armament, with all its baggage and
artillery movod on before your wearied
eyes; and all night long the wearied tramp
of men and horses would still be heard
resounding. Something like a concep
tion of the number may be formed by
considering that if every man, woman and
child, to be found in London and its sub
urbs, woro transformed into a soldier, the
number would about represent tho effect
ive force of men-at-arms in Europe. Con
sidering how the most experienced Lon
doner loses his way sometimes in that
frcat city; and discovers districts of which
o know nothing before. Let him imag
ine these new regions, as well as those
parts of the town with which he is fa
miliar, to be suddenly peopled with sol
diers only. Let him not only traverso the
highways, but go into the houses and see
tho sick and aged and infantine, who
seldom come into tho streets, and let him
persevere in imagining these also to be
soldiers and London one huge camp. He
will then have somo idea of the extent of
European armies, and may reflect upon
what it would ooBt to feed these unpro
ductive millions for a singlo day.
Friends in Council, 2d Series.
A Will in Scotland Depending on a
Tomiistonk. Tho Stow estates, with tho
personal property left by the late Miss
i fines, ot Rtow, amount to tho enormous
value of two millions, and form the sub
ieut of litigation at tho present moment.
Jt appears that the truo heir must trace
his descent trom a certain 1 nomas enmp
son, who married an Inncs, and resided
at Darrahill, in the parish of Belhelvia,
1 his is all the parties claim. But the
pcrsucrs have recently learnt that there
was in tho churchyard of Belhelvia a
tombstone recording the death of one
1 nomas Simpson, sometime residing at
Darrahill, and his wife Jean Adams, but
it was removed about twenty years ago
ana nia somewhere in the churchyard,
ibere were thus, aeoording to their
statement, two contemporary Thomas
Simpsons in Darrahill, and the tombstone
is a matter of so much importance, and
mo mutual suspicions oi the miganto bo
great, that both parties have had three
persons watching the churchyard, da,
nnd night, for months past, and not muc
wonder, when so much depends upon the
hidden troasure. Who hid it is not
alleged, or why it was bidden; nor are wo
informed on what authority its cxistonce
is stated. Aberdeen Journal.
an i i - igHs a
StaT An Ohio editor gives his views
the sovoral dances which be lately wit
nessed at a ball in Washington. He
The want of variety in this metropol
itan dancing was, howevor, fully made
up by tho fancy things, such as the waltz
; id polka. These were absolutely bar
l.arous. The old fashioned waltz, the
morality of which even Byron called in
question, is here ignored as altogether too
cold and distant. The lady lays her head
on tbe gentleman's bosom, puts one hand
on his, and the other in his coat-tail
pocket, anl resigns herself to his em
braces, and goes to sleep, all but her feet,
which, when not carried by him clear off
tho floor, go patting around on the toes.
The gentleman thus entwined, throws his
linad back and eyes up, like a dying calf;
his body bont in the shnpo of a figure
he whirls, backs up, swings around,
swoons, to all appearances, dashes . for
ward, and leaves the ring, to the delight
of all dooent people.
JtSyA lady who began to weary of the
criticisms of a party of gentlemen
crinoline, exclaimed: "So long as hooped
skirts keep foolish people at a convenient
distance, just so long will they be tol-
A"Come, doctor, its ten o'olock.
think we had better be going, for its time
honest touts were at home. " w ell. ves.
was the reply, "I must be' off; but yon
neean t go on that account. '
Condition of the Lapps and Norwegians.
The present condition of these Lapps,
their peaceful, undisturbed existanoe,
their freedom at all periods from persecu
tion or oppression, is a grand evidence of
the high moral oharaoter of tho Nor
wegians. I am not aware of any other
instance in the world's history of a people
so weak, so helpless for Belf-defense,
remaining for centuries in contact with
an energetio, civilized, and altogether
stronger people, and new attacked,
pillaged, enslaved, or interfered with,
except for the benevolent purposes of
education, and moral - and religious im
provement The Norwegians have recently con
verted them from their strange old pagan
ism, the worship of Thor, with its conju
rations, magical drums and sacrifices to
the stone effigy of the hammer-bearing
god; have taught them to read and write,
and when they fell into the habits of
drunkenness sent apostles of temperance
among them. The efforts of these .torn
perance missionaries havo been highly
successful, and the drunkenness so
common among tbe Laplanders when Mr.
Laing resided in Norway in 18346, is
now very rare. Those who taiK aooui a
law of nature enforcing with unrelenting
fatalism the subjugation and destruction
of an inferior race, when a, superior and
more highly civilized people come in con
tact with it, should visit this part of
Norway, and study the present relations
of the Norwegians to the Laplanders.
They would then, I think, modify the
expression of this law, and rather say
that when a strange, brutal, selfish and
unscrupulous people come in contact
with another people weaker than them
selves, the self styled civilized mon en
deavor to rob, murder, enslave, or oppress
thoso whom they please to cull the inferior
race; and if tho difference of strength is
sufficiently great, the 'civilized' people
suoceed in thoir efforts.
"If 1 were a Norwegian, I should point
to the encampments of these peacefhl,
defenseless, little pooplo, as tho noblest
mohumenja of my country's honor; monu
ments more worthy of the nation's pride
than the trophies of a thousand victories
on tho battlo-fields." From "Through
Norway with a Knapsack," by W. M.
A Artist and a True Wife.
In tho year 17S2, when twonty-seven
years of ago, John Inhuman quitted his
father's roof and rented a small house
and studio in Wardour-street, Soho; and,
what was more, he married Ann Dun
ham was the name of his wife ond a
Cherry, bright-souled, noble woman she
was. lie beleived that in marrying ner
he should be able to work with an in
tenser spirit; for like him, she had a taste
for poetry and art, and, bosides, was an
enthusiastic admirer of her husband's
. - . i tv r 11 1 1
genius. let when Dir jos nua ivoynoias
himself a batcbelor met Flaxman
shortly after his marriage, he said to
him, "So, Flaxman, I am told you are
married; it so, sir, i tell you you are
ruined for an artist Flaxman wont
straight home, sat down besido his wife,
took her hand in his, ana said, "Ann, l
i ruined for an artist "Jiow, so,
John? How has it happened? and who
has done it "It happened, ho replied,
"in tho church, and Ann Denham has
done it" He then told her of Sir
Joshua's remark, whose opinion was well
known, and had been oiten expressed,
that if students would excel they must
bring the wholo powers of their mind to
bear upon their art from the moment they
rise until they go to bed, and also that no
man could be a great artist unless he
studied the grand works of Kaffaolle
Michael Angelo, and others at Itonia and
Florence. "And I," said Flaxman, draw
ing up his little figure to its full height,
"I would be a great artist." "And a
great artist you shall be," said his wife,
"and visit Koine, too, it that be really
necessary to make you great" "But
how?" askod Flaxman. "Work and
economize" rejoined tho brave wife; "I
will never have it said that Ann Denliam
ruined John Flaxman for an artist" And
so it was determined by the pair that the
journey to Rome was to bo made when
their means would admit "I will go to
Konie," said Flaxman, "and show tho
president that wedlock is for a man's
good rather than his harm and you, Ann,
shall accompany me."
Silvrb ik tbk Sba. Although not
entirely new, yet not generally known, id
the fact that the ocean contains an im
mense quantity of Bilvcr. At the last
session of the Academy of Sciences, it
was stated that experiments demonstrated
the waters of the Atlantio to contain
about & grain troy of that metal to every
15.000 pounds of water. According to
this computation, the -waters of the ocean
contain a much greater quantity of the
precious metal than has ever yet been
extracted from tho earth. Tho savans
say its presence may be accounted for on
two theories it may cither proceed from
the emanations of chloride of silver,
issuing from tho bosom of the earth, or
from the slow action which salt water
exercises on tho argentiferous sulphnrets
which crop out lrom the earth, both on
land and at tho botom of tho ocean;
any rate, thoy are satisfied it is there, but
as it costs now shout ten times aB muoh
to extract it as it is worth, it is not nro-
bable that this immeso placer of silver
will en tic o away many of the oyster
diggers, who have recently fallen
fortunately upon the biz bed of bivalves on
some portions of the water bed.
A "Kbbpbctablt" Rbared Family.-
gentleman thought it uot respectable
bring up his children to work, nnd lived
to see them pursuing the following occu
pations: one enterprising son took
horse stealing; another tended a beer
booth for circuses. A daughter entered
the profession of model urtitit, and
another son was furnished employment
by the Stato at stone-cutting,- under
gyHe who goes through a land nnd
scatters roses, mny be tracked next day
by their withered petals that strew the
ground; but he who goes through it, and
scatters rose-seads, a hundred years after
leaves behind him aland full of fragrance
and beauty for his monument and as
heritage for his sons and daughters.
t6A country editor closes his leader
in this unhappy strain: "The sheriff
now waiting for us in the other room,
we have no opportunity to be patriotic;
we are wanted, and must go. Delinquent
suDsonbers, you have much to answer for.
Heaven may torgive you, but wt never
Botish Peculiarities op Hogabth.
Hogarth, though a very dull boy at his
lessons, took pleasure in making drawings
of the lotters of the alphabet, and his
sohool exercises were more remarkable
for the ornaments with which he embell
ished them that for the matter of the
exeroises themselves. In the latter re
speot ho was beaten by all the blookheads
of the school, but in his adornments he
stood alone. His father put him appren
toa silversmith, where he learned to
draw, and also to engrave spoons and
orks with crests and ciphers; from silver
chasing he went to toaon himself to en
grave on copper, principally griffiins and
monsters of heraldry, in the course of
whioh praotioe he became ambitious to
delineate the varieties of human charac
ter. The singular exoellence whioh he
reached in this art was mainly the result
of careful observation and study. He
had the gift, whioh he sedulously culti
vated, of committing to memory the pre
cise features of anr remarkable face, and
afterward reproducing it on paper; but if
l.'l- .!.!- P. - nil Ia.
any singuiariy iauwuuu iunu ui
face camo in his way, he would make a
sketch of it on the spot, upon his thumb
nail, and carry it home to expand at his
leisure. Everything fantastical and orig
insi had a powerful attraction for him,
and he wandered into many out of the
way plaoes for the purpose of meeting
Pbivaotop a Wife's Letters. The
Postmaster General has decided that a
husband has no right to demand lotters
directed to his wifo, if she has previously
instructed that they should not bo deliv
ered to hi ah
jggfThat was a triumphant appeal of
tho lover of antiquity, wno, m arguing
tho superiority of old architecture over
the new, said: "Where will you find any
modern building that has lasted so long
as the ancient
Steanb Tastb. "John said a master
to his apprentice, as he was about start
ing on. a short journey, "you must occupy
my place while I am absent" "Thank
you sir," demurely repliod John, "but 1 d
rather Bleep with the coys.
1IAIMMSON & COLLINS'
aTvENIHAIi BEE-HIVE GALLERY, cor-
ner of Fifth and Wnstern-row. Photographs,
u.in!....DU. uni a niKrnivnM tj.knn (meaner than
elsewhere in the city. Oil Colored Photographs
niailo of all slues, from life to the smallest miniature,
Picturoe neatly est ill Lockets, Breast-pins, Finger-
rinirs ana Bracelets, aii worn wrr' i
TTSEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE FOR
D mending Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Glass
Wholesale Depot. No. 48 (Jedar-stroet, New York.
Adlress UKNBY C. SPALDING! A CO.,
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Tut np for Dealors In Cases coutaluing four, eight,
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With this SAFE we challenge all competition, as
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a an) nrAnared to fnrnlah a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in tbe United
fiteountt-hana- Safes of other makers, also On hand,
We respectfully invite the publio to call and exam
ine onr stock petore pnrcnaiing eHewnere.
BALL, OABBOLL ft 00.,
ngl2-vt Mos. 15 and 17 Kant Columbia street.
VJITINDKR'S PATENT SPRINGi-CORD
IT II JEI-1tOTT(lM can ha until led to anv
hedflteiuf. nlil or new. in ten minutes. Elastio "
Durable Uhean. ninneifsea entirely with slats, of
winch so niuou complaint w mane, aiso, an assort-
mint or ifcMimuaus lor sate, wnn spring Bottoms in
Hall and examine tnom at no. 171 vine-ireei.
jaliMin u r. a a. wanmcti.
Wl B. DODOS,
W. n. Dotlds & 0.,
MABOrAOTUsKlS Of Till
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8. W. Corner of Vine fc Second Street.
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t tnvnr uric
ited porfectly free from damp. Onn b ncld
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can be fonnd elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and an da-
tannin ea 10 sou at puces tnat nnm sau 10 p lease.
Taksa In axohanm. BIOOFD-HAHD BATES
ways on hand at extremely low prices. tr)i
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
very description, which I am selling at aim
ancson Mew York prlr-en, wholesale and re tat;,
J. WEBB, Jr.,
jv ECONOMY l A
ZJz Save the Pieces !
Sa.f$ km ,'fwSiWi
ooi 15 , b1' Bace and Urn.
k. car and w1tc1i locks,
Boor and Gate-Springs,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The publlo are respectfully invited to call and ax-
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promptl; attended to
nolom No. 133 Fifth-street, 2d door trom Bar.
A. B. COLVILLE,
ii Wmmt ftaiwiii.iitrMAt. batwMii Srcamors and
Hrnadwav. Oinciunatl. keens every description of
Ceunter, Platform, Cattle, Hnllroad Depot,
Iron Wasions, dto.
Bepatrns done on the shortest notice. nol-Sta
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134 MAIN 8TBIET, CINCINNATI, 0.;
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5S St. Charles street, Nov Orleans, lit
Importer! f Gnm eV Sporlla. Apparatna,
AID DIALial I O0 fOWDlE.
H. CAMPBELL ft CO..
MANUFACTURERS OF BAB, BMEJKT
and Boiler Iron, Plow Blaba, Ballroat p1kes
to. Also. A jenta for the sale of IrontonStKKaiU.
Wareroomi So. 19 last Second Street, Ulnlnnat I
nwAH Kip Jst irun anuo w w-ug-. -
CLEANHtt OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
n do Hlvtl. street, between Vine and Mace, in
the Medical Oollege.Ciuclnnati.Oliio. Persoswho
may favor him with their putromme.cuQ rclyes puno
tnallty and Ijw prices. spl-ay
Money! Money! Jttoncy!
LO AN OFFICE.
Removed from 00 Weat 8Utb-atret.
MONK LOANED ON WATCHES, JB W
m.RV ml all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at ho. 173 Vine-street, Winn
ronrtn anu i utn.
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 81 F1FTH-8TBEET, BOOTH BIDE,
(Near the corner of Tins,)
C. h. VICKKRS, Proprleior.
Orators and Game served in all styles. Meals at all
11. P. EL.1AS'
MM& JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a much leva price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered la this market.
GHVE US A CALL"
And see for yonraolyes. apli
Ho. UX S. B. Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwesn
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
01 JBiVrAtlljO, etc.. Kepi cuu.uuiuy uu uauu.
Ssecial attention srlven to Gleaning and Bepairlni
Watches and Jewelry. mylfl
BEGGS Sf SMITH, No. 0 West 1th St.
A RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
Jr. their Ursa assortment of Watches. Jewelry.
silverware ana Diamonds.
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Bati and Cutlery
and Opera Glasses, tU
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DAS. SAML'JL SILS1SEE
TCI SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
JCi TUB SKIN, HHEUMAT1SM, DI8BASK8 Or
WOMEN, and such (Jhronio complaints as may be
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopathlo system
of his office.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Heronry, Tur
kish, Bnsslan and Slectro-Chemlcal Baths, a Els
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Kleotric
and Magnetlo Apparatus.
NO. 67 WEST BKTKNTH-STEKKT.
s-Offlce h.irs 9 A. M. to S anlV-trt
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrirja Ne. 90 West Seventh street, between Vint
and Kacs. Bkbidinob So. b3 Bevontb street, be
acon Walnut ana vine, urrioi tiocu-7A o M
w : us to ft r. m.i v wa v. m.
WM. M . HUNTER,
996 Vlnff-ntree t.
(Snccessor to Knowlton A- Taft.)
No. 30 Weal Fourth fit., btU Walnut oV Vina
THE OYSTER TRADE.
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Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WK8T FIVT II -STREET.
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nsr com Die tea arranae.inenta In Haltimora. on
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the rest of mankind," with the most DKLIOIOUB
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the very best imported, Creat indncomeuts offered
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II NO. 18 SSI FOURTH-STREET,
neir to craitn si nixon s uaii, Cincinnati,
lihlo A .nfandlil fllft. worth from eu asnti to SUM).
will be given with every book for which we racolve
one dollar ana upward at tne time or sale.
Gifts consist of Gold slid Hirer Watches, tallies'
Rolid Gold Chains, splondid set of Jewelry, fine Gold
Bracelets, Gents' God Vest-chains, and a largo va
rlety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
fill eanU to II 1110.
Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully Invited
call ana exami us ourstuca.
A. A. KELLEY,
Publisher snd dirt Bookseller,
no21-tf No. 28 Wost fourth-street,
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
"WAgency establlshedin Cincinnati In 1S!IS, n
tedatlng all present local Iusurancy Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance business In this olty. J J
yearsoonatant duty hero.como pen wnu .i.u,
perteuoe, enterprise and liberality, especially oom
mend tbe 2ETNA Insurance Company to the bni.
bis patronage of this oomsnunity-standlug solitary
sod alone, the sole enrvlvor and living ploneor of
Cincinnati nnderwrlters of lti'AZ.
losses paid la aneimattintimt P Blr
Yeurs, $130,034 !i7.
Oosh Capital 1,000,000.
Iiuuni.nirv i wn rtMT M PATRKD.1 WITH A
sVKPIiVH OP $1,030,43 80.
And the prestige of 40 years success ana ozposiouoo.
t 'BBfiiBHTa or
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF Jl'J,0p0,000,I;88H8 .
Have been paid by tho Stna Insurance Company in
h.. aiiai Hlsks aooepted
at terms consistent with aolyenoy and fair profits.
apooial attention given to insurance 01 iweuiuaa
anu uontents. lor senna 01 1 tu art .
Application maa 10 any aoiy
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a leglt-
mute Insurance baslness
asiness, tnis uomptu; w
to offer both indemnity for the past and security lor
the future. P llcls Issued without neiay Dy
JAM. It. UAKlKIt, Agent, no. ivuaiu.u -
A. F. PATCH, asstsiaui Agent.
H. K. liINIiSKT, Agont Wl Vinf street. .
J.J. HO0K.1K, Agent. lulton, 17th Ward, ant
WESTEUN INSUBANCE COMPANI
sTkFKICB IN THE SECOND STORY OF
If Hn Vrnnt.atmat. hjitweouMalu ondHvcamore.
This Company is taking t he. Inland and Marine
disks at current rates of pieniitiin.
liosses tainy aajustea ana promptly paiu.
TFKckert, T Ball, B WPomeroy,
wuuam uienn, vr u n nitouor, n j ninuu.
Bobert Mitchell, W H Corastuuk, li Q K Stone,
KobtBuchanaA OGShavr, Gn Stall,
Wm Bel lew, Beth Kvsns, J u Taane,
David Gibson, H Brachman, JOIsham,
H Clearwater, Iho.ll flliott
Btspher Mobsb, Secretary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company)
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Jumna V. Cnnnlneham.
Isaac O. Oopeleu,
Hyilney S. Clark,
Andrew Krkenbrecher, Joseph Iteaklrt,
Geo, W. ilisiiop, wm. sisner,
ISAAC o. CUl'ELKN, President;
Geo. W. 00"Lem, Secretary.
A. II. B0S8, Surveyor.
Ts nrenared to issne Policies on Fire and Marine
Jttsus, on iavoraoie terms, viuue rio. a nest jiuiru
street, Trust Co. Building. noabfm
National Insurance Co.,
(Offlco Sonth-west Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine. InlailH TranatlOrtatiOll and
t: : T),'olro
TAKEN AT CliaUENT RATBS.
John Burgoyne, T It Smith, Bobert Moore,
Wm H-.-pworth, Cnas L Moore! M FochUelmer,
FX Wiedeiner, ThosOng, 8 W Smith,
J L Boss. Thos B Biggs, Henry Bills.
JU. o. UUMJH, seo'y. Jfu. bubuuius,, r-res.
noubfm P. A. Sfbiquah, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1321).
OFFICE NO. i FRONT-STREET. IN-
8UBKS against Loss and Damage b
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation,
Jno.W Hartwell, Allen Collier,
loun vv Kins,
James Limton. Chas.W Rowland.
ionn rr iuoiey, jsniesa r ni&or, j tv t;auneia,
OS Williams, HMcBlrnny, Bowman C Baker.
juna w. n&jii naiiiu, rresiueut.
Q. W. Williams, Secretary. nog
FIRE ANU MARINE.
Ea&lQ InSUranCe COmnanV.
J. W. GABBIHON, President.
8. W. BEEDKK, BecreUry.
Uireotobs Henry Eensler. Anthony Fav. Wm.
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Hamnol 11. Tall, George W.
Townlev. Kmlth Betta.
bdbvbvoib i. ii. liBwaorana uaviu uaaer. aevay
no ines aiinoj0j
SWo4 ql nonsotiddsi
liooaia-eiqmnina pa Jtoi-tu)g 'ioq
"00 2J? HMttVH 'JA 'M.
sjoiioii pus seaigasr oinnijo.i "op '11011100;
qiilf) Supioa 'SioHMj Jiiou 'seumos is tiiai 'saou
-am japuu pus lodilu moq (rpuo fsvsjsomujcvjr
NOtti fiNOttis hi aa ma 'sazis 11 V
'sinw:pa9: pus uaoo
Sumoa PUB SniptiiJO 9iqBJ0
WIIiSON. GARUCK Si CO.,
, . M .
KQrWfl.rnig and rO"HTiH"0"
wuai.g swta vuuuuwbwu
rfeSALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
MJ Bogs, Fork, Lard, Whisky, Flonr, Grain,
Office north-went corner Sixth and Main-Streets,
Cincinnati, opposite the Quit Honse.
The nnderslgned having formed a copartnership
in tneuenerat rroiiuce aua commission Business,
.. 1 . 1. .... 1 . , 1 ; 1 n 1 1 u. l ,iA
hlly tender their services and solicit tho patronage
uieir irienus ana ins puono. rarucuiar attention
paid to buying and selling Bogs, Whisky, Floor,
urain, xo. lueir cnarges win ne as mooer
any other good honse in the c Hy. Befer to the mer
cuauisoi uinoiunati general)
mWADAME ELLIS, M. D HAS FOUNP
Xv JL at last just what the Ladles havs leng needea
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warrauted to care all dis
eases of a Uteriue Mature; Inflammation of
VtoinD.tno Kiuneys, tne uvarios, ami tne uretnra.
ProtuMiis or Falling of the Womb, falnful Uenstru
atiou, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in lact, a perfect cure
is guavranteed by tbe use of from two to rive bottle
of the Kiixir, of any disease wliatovor of tho Gener
ative anu urinary urgans, 01 inaie or lemaie,
tnnttflr of hew loon standinff. 1'rlco ill nor Bottle.
oladame KLL1H calls particular atteution to
following uaru 01 one 01 tne most prominent vrug
"To ths 1'cBno aso THi Ladiis ih Pabticdlib.
We. the uudnrsisned. are not In the habit of sivina
onr name to Patent Medicines; bnt knowing well
Lady Physician, and the medicine called tbe Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all female
snnering trom semais uiseases 01 any aina; 11
puroty vegeiauie, anu in no case can uo injury;
say to all try, ana our wora lor it, you, win i nu
iinf. v. n. h ai. nr-iss 1st.
tepTT "Oorner of Fifth and liaoe-stn sta."
ADAME ELLIb'8 SPANISH fUMTJ-
LATINO COUGH AND LIVER Bi L8AM
curua. without fall, puins In ths Breast, Dues,
Blue ft iitniDs: uousns, uoias, Hoarseness, mm.
cnltr of BrsHinliiff. Headachn. Flatnlencr. Heart'
burn, Cbronio Rheumatism, Billions Chollc, th-amp
CI10II0, Uriping Pains oi tho Bowols, Dullness,
Sturer, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and in Painlul
Menstruation It is a certain cure, and gives
iinmtointe roller, xn auy 01 tne aoove uies
It will givorellol in twenty minutes, aud a permit
ueut sure by the use or two bottles. Only Wcenuf
pur bottle so cheap that every person can get It.
M. U.-For sale by F. D. HILL, Vrnggiat. oornor
of Hue and Filth-streets; J, ). PAltli., corner
Foath aud Walnut; SUIUK. KOKSTKIN
cornr Vino aud Fourth; JOHN DICKSUM, corner
of Jhn and Sixth; PACLKKINLKIN. corner
Klntita .nil k'nieiuHU. Also. KDWAltD HOANLAN
A IW., corner of Main and Fourth; and Madame
BiiibiB, in west pixin.fjirt.ei. aopaf.ay
CANDY 1 OANDTi
(flnooseaorto Mibbi A 9oJ
Mttuftctttrtii and WuoUmIo Dealwg
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIM BTREBT, CINCINNATI
WM. H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND 0OTJNHELL0B AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of tho Superior and Common Pleas
Conns. Bank Building, north west corner efl Main
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
NO CHANGE OF OARS TO INDIANAP
OMB, at which place it unites with railroads
for and from all points In the West and Morth-west.
TIIBKB PA8BDNGBB TBAIH8
Lea- Cincinnati dally, from the loot af Mill and
'eAMLChlcago Mall-Arrive; at Indlanapollg
at 1J:10 P. M.; Chicago at 10:80 P. M.
I2-46 P. M.-Terie flaute and Lafayetto Aocommo-dation-Arrives
at Indianapolis at :",...
7:1S P. ll.-Chicago Kxpress-Arrives at Indianap
olis at 12ilo A. n. i Chicago at 10:30 A. II.
Bleeping Cars are attached to all night-tralni on
this line? and run through to Ghichgo without
chmge of cus. - ..... u ,....
mr ue sure yon are in tne ngnt tic..-uui, -fore
you purchase your tickets, and ask tor ticket
via Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same, and time shorter than any other
jjaggageenecKeainropgn. . .
Tifilollfill TICKETS, sood nntll used, can bsob.
talned at the TlcketOlces, at Bpencer House corner,
H. W. corner of Broadway and Front j No. 1 Burnet
House corner; at tne wainm-strect uouse. auu a.
Depot Office, foot ot Mill, 011 Front-street, where all
necesnary information can be had.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
call for passengers at all hotels aud all parts of the
city, by leaving address at either omce.
ml a. Kl. w.l, riwiucii..
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
Tha Bhortest Route ketween Clnolatmtl
Three PasseuierTralnslseOinoinnAtldally. from
the foot of Mill and Front Meet.
tttSO A. M. Chicago DUil arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:10 P. M., Chicago ai 10:30 1'. II. This train
conuecta with all night sralus out of Chicago lor
the West and nortn-wesft Djnnects at lnaianap"
lis with trains fur Terrs Haute: also with Pet a
trains for 1'sru, Logansfoft, Jfort Wayne and T-
I .J.drt P. 1W. Terrs Bste and Lavfavetts Ath
oommuuaUon arrives at Indianapolis at 6:111 P. At.,
making dlrectoounsctlons at Indianapolis with La-
layette trains for Uecatur, Springfield, .Naples, Quin-
ette trains lor uecatur, am
Hannibal and St. Jos.ph,
7, unuuiiw uu ov. vmpu.
i tr. us. unicaKO aiDioas arrtve. luuionaDuiia
at 12:15 A. H.. maklna clsse connections at Ohloaitii
with al I morning trains ont of Chicago.
Sleeping cars are attaohea to all tne night trains
on this 11ns, and ran through to Chicago without
apf?.?'-.,-. ... a
1uuumgiu.ii.ij nnmu iu, hwui-.mni.
route, and with favsrable and reliable arrangement
with all oonnectlag road thtoughont the entire
West, guarantees unusual oare and t he amplest ac
commodations to tne patrons oi tnis line.
Tne company's exclusive 'leiograpn uine us naea
wtien nocessarv. to sovern the movoment of trains.
and Loiighridge s celebrated Patent Brakes, are at-
Cacnea to ail passenger trains, oy wnicn tiiey oauoe
perlectlyoonuoitea; oesiaes an tneotner nioaern im
piovements nocessury for the comfort aud safety ot
passengers, the managers of this road have liberally
rjmoaing.cars on tniaune.
sksr Beeure voa are Inthe rteht ticket Offlos before
ruu purchase your tlcksts, aud ask for tickets via
Lawrenceburg anil lndhiaapolls.
Fare the earns as b any otbor route. Baggsge
TUBOUUll TIUhKTg, good nntil mod, oan be ob
tained at the tick st offices, at Spencer Uouse Corner
aorth-west corns Broadway and FroutjKo. 1 Bur.
net House Cornsfj at the Walaut-stroet Honse.auo
at vepot omce, mo i ot m in, on sront street, wuera
ail necessary inionuaimi uiyoeuaa.
Oinrilbnsea ml to and fran each train, and w
call for passengers at all aollU and all parti ot th
olty, b) leaving Udross al tl lb ir office.
vr. a. li. nvuum,
nol4 Usasral Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
GilX DAILY TRAINS LEAV3
to Sixth-street Depot.
Trains run through to Cleveland Sandusky, To
ledo and Indianapolis without change of cars.
Tnrongn'j. leasts tor an eastern, western, Kortn
ern anu nortu-westorn oirios.
EXPKK8M TRAIN For Hamilton.
Wtstesn Cities. Oonneota at llicbmond with C. and
U. Koad for Logansport; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
i:tfl A. M. TltAIN For Davton. SorlDdflold.
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train make
olMe counectien! iwith all trrnsleaying Chicago tba
same evening, aiso com
same evening. Also connects at C it ban a r0B Co
lumbus; at Bellefontalne with U. and 1. li. it.: at
Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne anu cnicago rai
lroad: at Clyde witn Cleveland and Toledo Bail
road trains for Cleveland; at Dayton for Greenville,
Union. Winchester andjBuncie.
10 A. III. KXPRIiHi TIIAIN For Cleveland
via Delaware fur Dunkirk, Buil'alo, Boston, Mow
1 ore, anu an eastern cuies. aiso connects at ureae
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore and
K as tern cities.
3:40 P. 01. TRAIN-For Hamilton, Blcbmond
Logunspurt, Feorla aud Burlington; also Indianap
olis, Torre Haute and St. Louis, connects at Hamil
ton for Oxford.
M:.10P. AI. TRAIN For Dayton. Ssrlnsneld.
Bellefontaine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
aupoinrsin uanaua. onuecisat jseiieiuniaiuD wiiu
B. and I. K It.
lltJO P. M. EXPRESS TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston.
Mew York, and all Eastorn titles. Also, connects ai
Creatllna for Fittsbnrch. f hiladelshia. Baltimore.
Bud all Eastern cities.
Ksy-Tue night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P.M., leaves daily xxcsrr Batdbdsis. All other
trains leave dally kxoiit Sospats;
f ununuer imurmabiuu auu iiuhm, apply riwi
Ticket offices-north-oast corner Front and Broad
I w(r, uv. 1U7 nDiuiit'aiin, una. viubvu uvuw, mm
the new Ticket Office, on the west side of Vlne-street.
between Postoltlce and Burnet Uonse; of at the
way; Mo. 169 Walnut-street, near Uibson House; at
Six ih-stroet Depot.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Exjiregg Trlus.
FIRST TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbns, Steubenville and Pittsburg; via
Colnmbiis. Crestline and Pittsburg; via (Jplnni-
bus and Beliair (wnoeunp). aiso, ior npnngneia.
This train stot between Cincinnati and Columbns.
at all the principal stations.
BISCOND TUAlN-LHiiumous Accommodation
at 4t40 P. M. This train stops at all stations Im.
tneen Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
TlllllD TRAIN Nlflbt Kxrress at HiSO P.
H., connects via Uolnmbus and linllalr (Wheeling);
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bns Steubonville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
This Train stops at Lovslnnd, Morrow, lenia
and London. SLKKPIMGOABS ON THIS TBA IN.
sTThe Day Kipres runs tnrougn to uieveiano.
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubenville. without
The NIOUT BXPBBSH Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11130 P.M., runs dally, except SATUKDA1B,
Tbe other Trains rnn daily, except Bl)M)AY8.
Tnrnll infnrniAtinn. and Throufih Tickets to
1 to Bos
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing-
ton, Busalo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Plttsbnrg, Wheeling, and all tbe Eastern plaoes,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Htreet Bonne, No. 4 Bur
net Honse, south -east corner of Broadway and Front
streets, and at tbe Eastern Perot.
Trains run oyuoiuniuusiipie,wuicais seven min
utes taster than Cincinnati uie,
1. VVUAHU, BUp-I.
Omnibuses oallforsastentars by leaving direction
at ths Tl.cket Offlocs. , no!4
AND XENIA RAILROAD. Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOUdll WITBO0T ir'UANQIt OF OAB8.
To Dallr Trains ior lsoennes. Cairo and St.
Louis, at 7:2(1 A. M.,anil7:M I'. II.
Three Dally Trains for luhvtllle, at 7:30 A.M.
tOtf P.M., and 7:80 P.M.!
une Train ior Jtvansvme si i-ju r. m.
The Trains connect at St. Louis for all pdntsla
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlckaburg,
Natchez and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:M P. M,
KeTnHNiNo Yiul r.Lnn Imtm last St. LonW.
Sundays excepted, at t:M A. M., arriving at Olncln.
nati at 10:10 r. ai.
IAxpbbss TBAia-Leave last Bt. Lonla dally at IM
P. AI., arriving at Cincinnati at : A. M.
FOB TUBOOUH TICKETS
To all points West ai-d South, please apply at tha
offices, Walnnt-stree I House, between Sixth and
UIUU, nWUUmm , iuvu.., mia.h mum
BaMnlluhMl.. Sin 1 Rnrnel Honse. corner oflleA.
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Bpencer
House Oillce. and at the Depot.oorner Jfrontand mm.
Umnlbnses call for passengers.
GOVERNMENT JAVA, OLD MO-
VF OH A, nd yen roierior o''ggg.g
Oorner Ninth and Vlns-ttnejH
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