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[From the New York Evening Post.]
THE WALL OF THE COURTESAN.
BY GEORGE W. BUNGAT.
1 dr not spoak my mother' name;
1 touch my pulse, it throbs with shame;
M y whit ftp how my heart hu bled.
Great Heaven, am I alno 10 bl.nief
Oh Qod, I wish that I were dead!
Ntonodoad, and buried out of sight.
1 aaudder whoo tb morning light
Looks don upon my troubled face,
And through my eoal, m itar at niiilit
Stare through the darkened breaat of space.
With weary steps T wa'k the streets,
Ami there tbe echoing para repeat
The story of my Iotos and foam;
Ami mi sad heart l'i s-jrr w beat .
My bitter inomtpta nto yean.
Tbe flower tkt look up in rar ye '
The stars thai look down from tb ski,
bjy leiirliil tribulation os.
Oh.aUB'it no that U-.il. Nil wlje, '
ITi'tiiy loji through them on me?
Sub gbpfoi fm-n tbe friends I lore,
r4 1) irth below or heaTen above,
woWil wothe my spirit' waattng pain:
And, like an uniuipruoned dove.
My soul would aoar Id hope again.
Oh, swift baptism of tear and bloodl
Olifenartyrdom of Bre or flnodl
OW with thy power to cleanse and MTel
Bo tlatt my blighu-d heart oan bud
In purity beyond the gravel
Nave me, oh God, from deeper shame!
Or unite me with Thy tomptet flauiel
I will not sell my aoul for bread.
Great Heaven, am I alone to blaraa?
Oh Ood, I wlah that I were dead!
The Eloquence of a Tortured Genius—
Triumphant Defense of a Friendless
John Taylor was licensed, wten a vouth
of twenty-one, to practice at a bar of .
He was poor, but well eduoated, and
possessed of extraordinary genius. The
graoca of his person, combined with the
superiority of his intelleot, enabled him
to win the hand of a fashionable beauty.
Twelve months afterward the husband
was employed by a wealthy firm of that
city to ro on a mission as land agent, to
the West. As a heavy salary was offered,
he bade farewell to his wife and eoa He
. wrote back every week, but received not
a line in answer. Six montns
when the husband received a letter from
his employer that explained all Shortly
after his departure for the West, the
wife and her father returned to Missis
sippi. Then she immediately obtained a
divorce by act ol legislature, married
again forthwith, and, to complete the
climax of her oruelty and wrong, had the
name of Taylor's son changed to that of
Marts that of her second matrimonial
This perfidy nearly drove Taylor insane.
His career from that moment became
eccentrio in the first degree sometimes
he preached, sometimes he pleaded attho
bar, until at last a fever carried him off
at a comparatively early age. ihe
following is an acoount of one of his efforts
at the bar;
At an early hour on the 9th of April,
1840, the Court Houso in Clarksville,
Texas, was crowded to overflowing. Save
in the war times, there had never been
witnessed so large a gathering in the Red
River country, while the strong feeling
apparent in every face, will . sufficiently
explain the matter following.
About the close of 1339, Geo. Hopkins,
one of the wealthiest planters and most
influential men in Northern Texas, offered
a gross insult to Mary Ellison, the young
and beautiful wifo of his principal over
seer. The husband threatened to chastise
him for the outrage, whereupon Hopkins
loaded his gun, went to Ellison's house,
and Bhot him in his own door.
The murderer was arrested and bailed
to answer the charge. Tho occurrence
produced intense excitement, and Hop
kins in order to turn the tide of popular
opinion, or at least to mitigate the general
wrath which was first violently against
him, circulated reports infamously
prejudicial to the character and standing
of tho woman, who had sufforod such
cruel wrongs at his hands.
Sho brought suit for Bland or. And
thus two oases one criminal and the
other civil, and both out of the same
tragedy, were pending at the April
Circuit Court for 1810.
The interest naturally folt by the com
munity as to tbe issue, became far deeper
when it was known that Ashley and Pike,
r.f Arkansas, and the celebrated S. 3.
Prentiss, of New Orleans, each by enor
mous fees, had been retained by Hopkins
The trial of indictment for murder con
cluded on the '8th of April, with tho
acquittal of Hopkins. Such a result
might have well been foreseen, comparing
the talonts of the counsel engaged on
either side. I
Tho Texas lawyers were utterly over
whelmed by tbe arguments and eloquence
of their opponents. It was a fight of a
d warf against giants.
The slander suit was -set for the 9th,
and the throng of spectators gTew in
number, as well as exoitement. And
what seemed strange the current of the
public opinion how ran directly for Hop
kin His money had procured witnesses
who served his powerful advocates. In
deed, so triumphant had been the success
on the previous day that when the slander
case was called Mary Ellison was left
without an attorney. All had with
drawn. The pigmy pottifoggors dare not brave
the sharp wit of Pike and the scathing
thundor of PrentisB.
"Have vou no counsel?" in
Miles, looking kindly at the plaintiff.
"No, sir; they have all deserted me, and
I am too poor to employ any more," re
plied the beautiful Alary, bursting into
"In such a case will not some chiv
nitons member of the profession volun
teer?' asked the Judge, glancing around
The thirty lawyers wore silent.
"I will, your honor," said a voice from
the thickest of the crowd, situated behind
At the tone of the voice many started
half from their seats, and perhaps there
was not a heart in the intense throng that
did not beat somewhat quicker it was so
unearthly sweet, ringing and mournful
The first sonsatioo, however, was
changed into laughter, when a tall, gaunt,
spectral figure, that no person present
remembered to have seen before, elbowed
his way through the crowd an 1 placed
himself within the bar. - His appearanoe
was a problem to puzzle the sphynx
herself. His high, pale brow, and his
small, nervously twitching face soemed
aotive with the conoentrated essenee and
cream of genius; but then his infantile
blue eyes, hardly visible beneath their
massive arches, looking dim, dreamy,
almost unoonsoious, and his olothing was
so shabby that the court almost hesitad
to let tho case proceed under his manage
"Has your uauie been entered on the
rolls of the State?" demanded tho Judge,
"It is immaterial about my name being
on your rolls," aswered the stranger, his
thin lips curling up into a fiindish sneer.
I may be allowed by the courtesy of the
oourt and bar. Here is my license from
the highest tribunal in America," and he
handed Judge Miles a parchment
The trial immediately went on. In the
examination of the witnesses the Btranger
evinced very little ingenuity as commonly
thought. Ho suffered each one to toll
his own story; without interruption,
though he generally managed to make
eaoh tell it over two or three times. He
nut a few. cross questions, whioh, with
keen witnesses, only served to correct
mistakes, and he made no notes, which,
in mighty memories, onl j tend to embar
rass. Tho examination being ended, as coun
sel for the plaintiff, he had a right to 'the
opening ns'woll as the closing speeoh; but
to the astonishment of every one he
declined the former and allowed the
defense to lead off.
Then a shadow might havo been seen to
flit across the features of Pike, and to
darken the bright eyes of Prentiss. They
saw that they had "caught a Tartar," but
who it was, or how it happened, was im
possible to guess. '
Colonel Ashley 'spoke first Ho dealt
the jury a dish of that coarse, dry logic
whioh, years afterward, rendered him
famous in the Senate of the Union.
The poet Albert Pike followed with a
vein of wit and in a half torrent of ridi
cule, in whioh neithor the plaintiff nor
Ihe ragged attorney was forgotten or
The great Prentiss concluded for the
defendant with aglow of gorgeous words,
brilliant as a shower of falling btars, and
with bursts of oratory that brought the
house down in cheers, in whioh even the
sworn jury themselves joined, notwith
standing the eteru order of the bench.
Thus wonderfully susceptible ore the
the Southern poople to tho charms of
It was the stranger's turn. He had re
mained apparently abstracted during all
the previous speeches. Still, and strait,
andmotionless in his seat, his pale, smooth
forehead shooting high like a mountain
cone of snow, and but for that continued
twitch that caino and went perpetually in
his face, you would have taken him for a
mere man of marble, or a human form
oarred in ioe. Even his dim, dreary eyes
were invisible beneath those gray, shaggy
But now at lost he rises before the
bar, not behind it and so near tho won
dering jury, that he might touoh the fore
man with his long, bony fingers. With
eyes half shut, and standing rigid as a
piller of iron, his thin lips curled as if in
measureloss scorn, slightly apart, and
then me sound came fortn.
At first it is low and sweet, insinuating
itself into the brain, as an artless tone
winding its way into the deepest recesses
of the heart, like the melody of a mngio
incantation, while the speaker proceeds
without a gesture or the least signal of
exoitement to tear to pieces the argument
of Ashley, whioh melts away at his
touoh as frost before a sunbeam. Every
one looked surprised. His logic was at
once brief and so luminously clear, that
the rudest peasant could comprehend it
without an eflort
Anon he came to the dazzling wit of
the poet-lawyer Pike. Then tho curl of
his lips grew sharper, his smooth faee
began to kindle up, ana his eyes to open
dim and dreamy no longer; but vivid as
lightning, red as hrc globes, as glaring as
twin meteors. Tho whole soul was in his
eye, tho lull heart streamed out of his
face. In five minutes Pike's wit seemed
liko foam of folly, and his finest satire,
horrible profanity, when compared with
the inimitable sallies and exterminating
sarcasm of the stranger, interspersed with
jests and anecdotes that filled the forum
Then, without so much as bestowing an
allusion upon Prentiss, he turned round
short at the perjured witnesses of Hop
kins, tore their testimony Into atoms, and
hurled into their faces such invectives
that all trembled as with ague, and two of
them actually fled in dismay from the
The excitement of the crowd was be
coming tremendous. Their united life
and souls seemed to Lang upon the burn
ing tongue of the stranger. He inspired
them with the power ofhis own passion.
He saturated them with the poison ofhis
own malicious feolings. He seemed to
have stolen nature's long hidden secret of
attraction. He was the son to the Bca of
all thought and emotion, whioh rose and
fell, and toiled in the billows as he chose
Bnt his greatest triumph was to come.
His eyes began to glance furtivoly at
me assassin iiopsins, bb nis lean taper
fingers assnmod tho same direction. He
hemmed the wrotoh with a circumvalation
of strong evidence and impregnable argu
ment cutting off all hope of oscape.
He piled up large bastions of insur
mountable facts. He dug beneath the
murderer and slanderer's feet, ditches of
dilemmas, suoh as no sophistry could
overloap, no secrets of ingenuity evade;
and thus having, as . one might say, im
pounded his viotirn, and girt about like a
scorpion in a circle of fire he stripped
himself to the work of massaore.
Ohl then it was a vision both glorious
and dreadful to behold the orator. His
actions before graceful as the waves of
the golden willow in tho breeze, grew im
petuous as the motion of an oak in a hur
His voice became a trumpet filled with
wild whirlpools, deafening tho ear with
the crashes of power, and yet intermin
gling all the whilo with a sweet undersong
of the softest oadonce.
His face was as red as a drunkard's
his forehoad glowed like a heated furnace,
his countenance was haggard like that of
a maniac, and ever and anon he flung his
long bony arms on high as if grasping
. He drew a pioturo of murder in such
appalling oolors, that in comparison, hell
itself might bo considered beautiful. He
painted tbe slanderer so black that the
snn seemed dark at noonday, when shin
ing on such an accursed monster, and
then fixing both portraits on tho shrinking
Hopkins, he fastened them there forever.
The agitation of tho audience amounted
almost to madness.
All at onoe the speaker descended
from his perilous hight His voice
wailed out for the murdered dead and
living the beautiful Ms ry, more benuti-
ul every moment as her tours flowed
r-i- .Ml .it l j vl i i:i. i i
laewr tiu uu weuv ttuu uuuuu iia.9 nnu
He closed by a strange exhortatation
to the jury, and through them to the
bystanders. He advised the panel after
they should bring in a verdict for the
plaintiff not to offer violenoe to the de
fendant, howevor riohly he might deserve
it, in other words, not to lynoh the villain,
but to leave his punishment with God.
This was the most artful trick of all,
and the best calculated to insure ven
geance. The jury rendored a verdict of twenty
thousand dollars, and the night afterward
Hopkins was taken out ofhis bed by lynch
ers and beaten to death.
As the Court adjourned the stranger
made known his name( and oalled the
attontion of the public with the announce
mentJohn Taylor will preach thre even
ing at early candle light
The crowd all turned out, and Tayjpr's
sermon equalled if it did not surpass "ho
splendor of his forensio effort. This is
not exaggeration. 1 have listened to Clay,
Webster and Calhoun to Dewey, Tyng
and Bascom but never heard anything
in the form of sublime words even re
motely approximating to the eloquence of
John Taylor massive as a mountain
and wildly rushing as a cataract of fire.
And that is the opinion of all who have
heard this marvelous man.
Uxokial Retort. A lady, whose
husband had for Beveral Sundays follow
ing been jecringly tolling her. that the
great motive with women in going to
nViiiwftl. ntn a mamln rt dianlftv T.hAir hnfl.
note, at lost lost all patienoe, and said to
him. "Then, sir, I suppose the reason
wny you gentleman so rareiy come w
churoti is because you cannot show your
Patience. Patience is a sublime vir-
t.nn Thrt rriirnr. lifirnism in human life
is that privato heroism whioh bears with
, . . 1 . Jl .P 1L.
oaimneps mevitaoia ms, regaroiess t we
flnnftnlrttinrm nf a fruitless svmnathv. and
without the soothing consciousness of
VI' - 1 1 i?
HARRISON & COLLINS'
CBN IK All BEE-HIVE GALLEfiY, cor
ner of Fifth and Western-row. Photographs,
Melainotvncs and Ambrotvnes taken cheaper than
elsewhere in the city. Oil Colored Photographs
made of all sizes, from life to the smallest miniature.
Pictures neatly set in Lockota, B roast-pins, Finger
rings and Bracelet. All work warranted.
- m a wv w x is a a
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mending Furniture, Toys, Orocksry, Olan
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more satisfaction than any other now in nse, .
WeolTor a reward of ONK THOUSAND DOT..
LAUtt to any nelson that can, up to the present
time, show a single instance wherein they have tailed
to prfwrre their content.
With this SAFH we challenge all competition, a
belnai the bot Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or lire
and Burglar Proof now inrule; and ara willing to
test witn auy osiaDiisnmenc in me union, ana me
party falling first, to forfeit to the other, the inm
We ara prepared to furnish a bettor Safe, and at 1mm
oost, than auy other manufacturer in the United
ieoond-hnd Safe of other maker, also on hand.
Werospectfully invite the publio to call andeiaui
Ins onr stock before purchasing elsewhere.
BALL, CABROLIi A 00.,
anglg-ayf Wo. IB and 17 Kaat Colombia street.
WINDER'S PATENT SPRING-CORD
BID-BOTTOM can be applied to any
bedstead, old or new, in ten minutes. Klaatie
Durable Cheap. Dlspenn entirely with ilats, of
which to mnnh complaint 1 niade. Also, an assort
ment of Bedateads for (ale, with Spring Bottoms in.
Call and examine them at No. 173 vlne-etreet,
jalOam 0 r. 4 11. WARREN.
Wl B. DODDSj
W. II. Dodd & Co.,
urciAcrcsua or Mrs
Fire atad Burglar Prooi
3 -A. 37 HI !
8. W. Corner of Vine fc Second Streets
TMa I the moat reliable TVB.H AND IlIlnnr.A
PBOOF SAFB that I made in tbe United States, and
1 warranted perfectly free from damp. Oan be sold
at lower prloea, and ( of bettor workmauhjp than
oan be foand lewhere.
W have large assortment on band, and are !
tenuined to toll at prloea that cannot fall to yleaee.
Takl In exchange. B100HD-HAND BAFIB .
way on hand at extremely low price. tn
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Terr description, which I am eelllng at a m
ao on New York price, waoUtel and rtai,
jr. WEBB, Jr
not 1M bt. Raneard Kim.
JJ Save the Pieces!
mmi mm I NI
J J, BCTLER'8
Cxccltior Fluid Ink.
Manufactory. Tint 8t l
it. c. car and switco locks,
Door aad Gate-Springs,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
Th public are reepectfully invited to call and ex
amine the Tarlotu pattern and price. All Jobbing
promptly attended to .
nclcm No. 133 rifth-itrwt, Id door from Uaot.
A. B. C0LVILLE,
Mo. 41 Xaat Second-street, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Cincinnati, keep every description of
Counter, Platform, ratlin, Railroad Depot,
and Track 8eulet Truet,
Iron Waaon, oVo.
Bepalrng done on tie sbortwi t notlco, nol -6a
B. KITTREDGE & CO
134 MAIN BTBIlCr, 0IK01N5ATI, O. :
II St. ObarU street, New Url.tni, h a
Importer ofGnnioV gpcrtla Apparatne,
A0 DBALIU If SUM POVDII.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS 07 BAR, SHEET
and Bailor Iron, Plow Blab, Ballroa Spike
Ale, Ai-ent for the ale of lronton Bw Kail
Wararoom So. It Salt Second Street, CIlrMnnal 1
aWAll kin U Iron ade to order.
LE EJVDEItT. JlSfL,
CLEANER 07 SINES AND VAULTS,
No. 09 01 xtb-atreet, between Vine and Haoe.in
the Medical Oollege, Oiuolnnati, Ohio. Person who
may favor him with their patronage,can roly puno.
tnality and Ijw prion.
Money! Money! Money!
Removed ft-en 56 Weil Slxta-etreet.
MONEY LOANEDON WATCHES, JEW
ELBV anJ all kind of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at Bo. 171 Vlue-itreet, mtweai
Fourth and Fifth.
Dining and Coffee Saloon.
HO. 81 FIFTH-STBEET, SOUTH SIDX,
(Near the corner of Tine,)
O. L. TICKERS, Proprietor.
Oyster and Game tarred in all styles. Ileal at all
II. P. EL1AS'
WATUU & JEWELM IIOUSG
16 est Fourth Street
Where oan be bad every article appertaining to the
Buslnee at a much leae print, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered In thl market.
GIVE US A CALL"
AndeeforyonrelTe. . apl.
No. MX N. X. Cor. fifth and Lodge atreoti, between
Walnut and Vino, Cincinnati.
Agoodassortmentof SIIiVEBand PLATED WABa,
BPKOTAOLS, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Bpoolal attontion given to Gleaning and Repairing
Watoho and Jewelry. mylO
BEGGS etc SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ARK NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watche, Jewelry,
BUverware and Diamond.
A fine assortment ef Plated Tea 8U and Cutler
and Opera UlAHae. 30i
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
JHC. SAM'L SILS1IEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THE SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOMKN, and inch Chronlo complaint as may be
boneQttod by the Hygyenic and Atmopathlo eysUm
of hi office.
Taper, Sulphur, Iodine, Amnio, Mercury, Tur
kish, Buaslan and Klectro-Ohomlcal Baths, a Dis
pensary of Modiolus, and every manner of Electric
and Magnetic Apparatus.
NO. 67 WEST SEVENTH-BTBEET.
arOfflco hnr 9 A. M. to S anH-tfl
O. E. NEWTON, M. r.
OrriOB Ne. Ml West Seventh street, between Vine
and Bao. Burnt-no No. U Boventh itreet, be
ween Walnut and Vine. Orrioi Hodb 7X to &X
A. ft . lMtnltfP. M.i 7 ton P. M.
WM. M. HUNTER,
no5 3Jfl Vine.atreet.
(Snooenor to Knowlton ft Taft.)
He. SO West Fourth St., bnt. Walnnt 3c Via
THE OYSTER TRADE.
. Spiced Oyiteri.
THE SUBSCEIBER IS NOW EECEIV
INO DAILY, br tbe Adam reet. MALT
BX'B world-renowned Bnltlmora
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysters.
irresh. Hermetically-Haled OOVE, 8PI01D a
E0B2ST OSS, Aarent
tr-tf Donqt, 11 Wt flftbrtraet
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET.
TUB SUBSCRIBER 13 NOW REOKV
INO dally, per Express, hi splendid Oyster.
Having oompleted arrangement In Baltimore, on
the very beat Imported,
Oreat inducement ol
aud arametlv fil
r filled. Terms oasa,
MAKES AND BEPAIR3 ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS in a superior manner. Satisfactory
roforoncce given. Addreai No. 1, Bycamore-strwit,
Oarner of Front. delO
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GUT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
next to Smith ft Nixon1 Hall, Uinoinnatt,
Ohio. A splendid Gift, worth from 60 cent to 100,
will be Klv.n with every book for which w receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
Gifts consist of Gold and Blver Watches, ladle'
Rolld Gold Chains, aplenilid set of Jewelry, fine Ould
ltracoleU, Oenl' Gold Vest-chains, and a large va
riety of other article of rich Jewelry, worth from
10 can ta to til 00.
Ladle and gentlemen are respectfully Invited to
call and examl u our stock.
A. A. KE17LEY,
Pnblliher an Olft Bookseller,
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
ar Agency established In Cincinnati In 1 H'JS, an
ted ting all nretnot local lDHurauce Companie and
Agencies In tbe lnsnrance business In this city. JJ
years oonstant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perieiioe.cnterprise and liberality, eepedaliy com
mend the XTKk lnuranoe Company to the favora
ble patronage of tills oommeuitr standing olltary
and alone, the ole arvtvor and living pioneer ol
Cluolunatl nnderwritors of 1M'3.
Uuh MWi" tlarjaantl dnrlag? at Fir
Yearn, $100,034 !i7.
Cash Capital 81.000.000.
ABSOLUTE A CNIMVAIBtU). WITH A
SURPtuS OF 1, 03(1,443 80.
And the prestige of 40 year incoe and expedenoa,
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS 0 Bia,0O0,000, WMS8B8
Have been paid by the JKta Inauranoe Company la
tbe past 4 O year.
Fir and Inland NawlatloB.-Blk acoopted
Jt torm consistent with eolvency aud fair profits,
lapeoial attention given to Inauranoe of Dwelling
and Content, for term of 1 to&y .
Application mad to any duly .nthorUsed Agent
riromptlf attended to. Byetrictattentlon to a legit
mate Inanraooe business, this Company i enablod
to oiler both indemnity for the paat and eeouritylor
the future. F llclta issued witbont delay by
JAB. H.OABTIB, Agent, No. M Main Itreet.
A. T. PATOHLa.aistaiit Agent.
H. K. L1ND8SY, Agent 171 Vina street, .
I. J. HOOKAB, Agent, rnlton. 17th Ward, tnl
WESTEBN INSURANCE COMPANY
OFFIOB IN TEE SECOND STORY 07
No. 8 Front-ltreet, between Main and Sycamore.
Thia Company is taking fire, Inland and llarlu
Bisk at current rate of premium.
Loelalrly adjusted and promptly paid.
T f Kckert, T Ball. Btf Pomeroy,
William Glenn, W 0 Whtteher, W 0 Mann.
Bobert MitchenkW H Oonastock, LOB Stone,
Bobt BucbanatrlO 0 Bbaw, OeO Btall.
Wm Bellew, Beth Brans, J II Taafre,
David Qlbson,. H Brachjnan, JQIsham,
H Clearwater, Thoi B flltott; ,
! auaaai, freameua
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' lnsnrance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, Isaac 0. Copelen,
James P. Cunningham. Sydney B. Clark,
Andrew Krkenbrecher, Joseph Iteakirt,
Ueo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
Ooorgo B. Dixon.
ISAAC U. COPELIN, President:
Q 10. W. OOriUM, Secretary.
A. H. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to issue Policies on Tire and Marine
Bisk, on favorable terms. Office No. S West Third.
ireei, xrusi uo. Jamming. uueuuu
National Insurance Co.,
(Office South-west Cor. Main and front-street.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKEN AT CUBRKNT RATE8.
John Bnrgoyne, II Smith, Bobert Moore,
Wm Hepworth, Cha L Moore, II rechbeimer.
F X Wiodemer, Tho Ong. 8 W Smith,
J L Boss, Thos B Biggs, Henry Ellis.
H. 0. UBNEB, Bec'y. J NO. BUBOUVNE, Free.
noflbfrn P. A. BraiOMAW, Burveyor.
Cincinnati lnsnrance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN'
VT SOUKS against Loa and Damage by Pire; also:
renu ui lue oea aira imuiu 0.,is.uvn,
.InnW Hartwoll. Allen (Jollier. Willinm Besor.
John W Ellis, J.imeaLuptvu, Chas.W Rowland,
Jonn w inuiiey, James a grazer. J uamieiu,
1 T Wooilrow, BMW Taylor, A 8 Wlnalow.
CB Williams, II McBlrncy, Bowman C Baker,
JOHK W. HABTWELL, Preeident,
0. W. Wm.iAMB, Secrolaryj nog
FIRE AND MARINB.
Eagle Insurance Company,
J. W. OAKBIBON, President,
8. W. BBEDKB, Bocrot&ry.
DinEOTOBK Henry Keasler, Anthony Fay, Wm,
Wood, J. W. Oariiaon.eiamuel H. Taft, Oeorge W,
Townlev. Smith l'otts.
BuavnoBS-J. B, Lawder and David Baker. de9ay
eavisod q) nonnsjidda no )uo uvraoiio ej
tUOi,oajoa 'tjoiioiia jnou 's.)uiioittuuia -iuaB
nnj juduu butt ioddu 1110a (TPllos tstovnouiwjl-arr
hotii onouis hi in ind 'sazis n V
siillttPOOiI pnu hjoo
Xupjoa pun doipui-io iq)JOd
WILSON, GARJLICK it CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
DEALERS 'IN LIVE AND DRKS6ED
Hogs, Pork, Lard, Whisky, Flour. Oraiu, o.
Office norlii-weat corner Biztb and ilain street,
I ?infiinnutl. nnnnalte thA flalt Honae.
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
In the General Produce, aud Commiulon Buaineu.
under the style of Wilson, Oarlick A Oo., respect
fully tender their services and solicit ihe patronage
their menus ana tne punno. particular attention
paid to buying and selling Hogs. Whisky, Flour,
Crain, 4c. Their charges will be a moderate a
any otnergooa nonee in ineeiiy. jaeierio ine mer
ehanuof Cincinnati generally.
,' A. WILSON, Jn.,
11, T, OAlMiICK,
no2Sbm L. T. BAM.1T
MADAMS' ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
afloat lust what tbe Ladle have long needed
and looked for in vain, tb Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir la warranted to cure all d Is.
ease of a Uterine Kature; Inflammation of tb
womo, tn muneya, in uvariea, anu tne uretnra.
Prolap.ua or railing of the Womb, Painful Heuatrn
atlon, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; In fact, a perfeot car
is guarranteed by the nse of from two to live bottle
of trie aiixir, 01 any aisease wnatevcr 01 tne uouer
ative and Urinary Urgana, of male pr female, no
matter of how Ion standing. Price II ver Bottle.
Madame EVV calls particular attention to th
following CtrVeT one of th most prominent Urug
al.ta of (linclnnatl.
"To TBI Public aim thi Ladies iw Piancmal.
We, the undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
onr name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
Lady Physician, and themedloine called the Uterine
JGIIxir, we cneennuy recommena 1. toauiomaiee
uffering from Female Dlnaae of any kind; It Is
nnralv vegetable, and In no caaa oan do lniiirr: wc
ay to all try. and onr word for It, yon will iUid re
lief. F.U.HILL, Drug) lit,
tIT "Corner or Fifth and Bace-rtw eta,"
T1 ADAHX XLLIS'S SPANISH EIMU
1TI LATINO COUGH AND LIVES Bi L8AH
curat, without fall, pain In th Breast, Back,
Bid r Limbs; Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness. Diffi
culty of Breathing, Headache. Flatnlency, Heart
burn. Ohronio Bheumatism, Billions Chollo, Cramp
tinoit., urtptng A'ain 01 ine uoweis, iniuneas,
Btuor. InactivltT. Loss of Appetite, and in Pain.
tul Menstruation it I a cor tain cure, and give
immediate relief. In any of the above disease
it v. IH give relief In twenty mlnutex, and a termanont
cure by th one of two bottlus. Only Mosul
per bottle-so cheap thitt every person oan got It.
N. tl.-For sale by V. D. HILL, Druggist, corner
of Baoeand Virth-Rtrnota; J. D. PAKK, corner o(
FonrU and Walnut; SU1BB, KOKSTEIN f.o
vwg uw f 1110 ut f vuituiirvui- v ivi.uvii a vurntir
of Jehn and Sixth; PAUL BEIMLEIN, corner ol
Blgbla. and Freeman. Also, EDWABD SCAN LAN
A W.j corner of Main and Fourth; and MaMam
alibi, m weal cnxtn-treet. ep7-ay
GANDT! O AND "S
(tuotmn to MrmHHJ
MaBiiactorcri and Vr"holale Dealri
NNB AND PLAIN CANDIES,
10 MAI If STRISKT, CINCINNATI
WM. H. nAIDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND CODNBELLCB AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of tbe Hnpurior and Common Plea
Court. Bank Building, north west ponarofl slain
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
NO CHANGE Or OARS TO INDIANAP
OLIS, at which place It unite with railroad
for and from all point in the West and North-west.
THRMB PAHSKNOICR TRATNH
Leave Cincinnati dally, rroin the foot of Mill and
6.M A. M. Chlcaxo Mall Arrives at Indlanapoll
at IS: 10 P. M.; Chicago at 10:80 P. M.
12:43 P. M. Terie Haote and Lafayette Accommo
dation Arrive at Indlanapoll at : 16 P. M.
;-.! P. M. Chloago Exprsc Arrives at indlanap
oll at 13:15 A. at. I Chicago at 10:80 A.M.
Bleeping uar are ettacnaa to an nigui-irain oa
this line, and run through to Chicbgo without
change ef c ar. a
aaar uesura you are in me nau. uvivi'vuiivin
for. von Durohase vcur ticket, and ask for ticket
via Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
fare to aarue, ana lime aurier man any oiuer
Baggage cnecxea tnrongn.
in uolluH TIORETB. aood until ned. can be ob.
tained at the Tlcket-offlcea, at Spencer llouaecnrner.
N. w. corner ol nroaaway ana roni ; no. i oumei
Boux corner; at the Walont-atreet House, and at
liennt OIBce. foot ol Mill, on Front-etreet. where all
neceasary information can be had.
Omnlbuse run to and from mch train, and will
oatl fur passengers at all hotels and all part of the
city, by leaving address at either office.
jal7 u. v. iiuou, rrewiuent.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-Western
Great Western and North-Western LINE.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE.
h Shorted Rant, ketweea Olnelaaatt
aad CUMg, .
Tare FassennrTrsInsUanOtnolnnatl daily, front
the foot of Mill and Front sereet.
i50 A. M.-Ohlcago AUU arrives at Indlanapoll
at 110 P. M Chicago at 10:80 1. II. Thla train
oonnect with all night r(n out of Chicago for
the Weat and Morth-weali connect at Indianap
II with train tor Terr Haute : also with Pet 11
train for fen, Logan, pert, Fori Wayne and T
I!4i49 F. M.-Terre Beats and Layfayett Ae.
oommodatlon arrive. at Indlanapoll at 6:16 P.M., 1
making direct connection at Indianapolis with La
fayette trains for Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Onln- I
oy. Hannibal and Bt. Josepn.
7 P. Dl.-Ohloago Ixprea arrive at Indlanapoll
at 12:14 A. M., making cleee oonneotion at Chicago 1
with al 1 morning trains out of Chloago. ,
Bleeping oars are attached to all th night train
on thia line, and run through to Chicago without
Change of oar. ;
This is exolnatvely' a Western and North-western ,
route, and with fav.rable and reliable arrangement !
wub an Gonneotm roau inrougnous ine enure f
West, guarantees nnnauel oar and th amplaat ao
oommodatlon to the patron of thi line. '
The uompany exclusive xeiegrapn Lin la uea
arhen neceaurr. to aovern the movement of trains. 1
and Longbiidgev eelebrated Patent Brake, are at-
thoA tl K 1 1 h.ahl.h ,l.ttw ...hn
perfectly oontrolled; bealdea all the other modern lm-
ptovement neceasary for the comfort and safety of 1
pseengers, th maaager of thi road hart liberally
nmoKing-cars nunuoa a.
T" Be nr ran are in the riffht tlokat olllea bafore
Cu purohase your tlcVsti, and ask for ticket via
iwrenoeburg and Indlanapoll.
Far the am at b any other Mute. Baggag -
oOMked throurb. 1
THBODGH TlfJafBTg. flood nntll naad. flan ha ohm f
tained at th tlokst otBo, at Upeneer Hon Corner
aorth-west oeraar Broadway and Front; i;o. 1 Bur.
net none i.iornsn at Q waLaus-atrees uoue,ana
at Depot offloe, foe. of Jill, on Front itreet, whe
all necessary information map be had.
ummonae rua 10 ana ma aen irain. ana w.
eall for Muaenter at all aeULi and all marts of tb .'
tty,bi lMTlaiaJdrMS at al Ik er offloe. I
w, a. mj. nuoLio,
nolt ' - ;- ' Beaeral Ticket Agent, y
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILT TRAINS LBAVK THI .
Sixth-street Depot, i
Train run through to Cleveland Sandusky, To.
ledoand Indlanapoll without change of oars.
Throuch Ticket for all Eastern. Western. North.
em and North-western oltle. t
tt A. 1U. nxritliSW Tiuin ror Hamilton. .
Richmond. Indianapolis, Lalayette, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Connects at Bichmond with C. and
0. Boad for Logantport; also connect at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
TiUO A. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Bpringflold,
Banduaky, Toledo and Chicago. Thia train make j
close oonnectiena with all train leaving Chicago tbe
same evening. Also oonnect at Dubana roa Co
lukius; at Bellefontaine with B. and 1. B. It.: at
rorest witn ritteourg, rort wayne ana unicago nai.
1 . . , ' I . . ,1 .. 1-. '1 ,1 F. . I .l .. ul
livnu. a. viiud .uu vi.irwuu uu auicuv Man
road trains for Cleveland; at Dayton for Qreenvllle,
union, w mooester ana mnncie.
10 A. M. EXPItBrM Til AIN-For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest,
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
3:40 P. BI. TRAIN-For Hamilton, BicbmoneT
fjogausport, reoria ana auruoKioui aieu juuibusu
oils, Terre Haute aud St. Louis, connects at Hamil
ton for Oxford.
SiMOP. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springleld,
Bellefontaine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, an,
all points in Canada. Connectsat Bellefontaiuo with
B. and 1. B. B.
1 li.in P. III. IKPRRgM TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Bulfalo, Boston,
.1... V -ll ' iiu n. C
Orestlin for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern oltle.
WarTb night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:90 P. M., leave daily xioxpr BatodaH. All other
train leave daily sxopt Sudats;
For further information and Ticket, apply at th
Tiokot offices north-oast corner Front and Broad-
. ,iA 1 .n br-,n, . . nil I, . -.
w a , f.u. 10, vrniuut-avraff., uci uiinu. juwiuv, .
the new Ticket Offloe, on the weat side of Vins-ctreet,
between Pottolflc and Burnet Hon; or at th
Blxth -street Depot.
noli P. MoLABBN. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
THIRST TRAIN DAY BXPRESS AT !
Ja. A. M.. connect via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Oolumbna, flteubeuville and Pittsburg: via
commons, urestnne ana rutsDnrg; via (joinm.
bus and Bellalr (Wheellas). Alio, for Bprlugfleld.
Thi train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
8EC0ND TUAIN-Columbu Accommodation
at4i4!lM. This train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Till KD TRAIN Nlaht Ixsrea at 11i30 P.
M., oonnect via Oolnmbus and Bellalr ( Wheollng);
via uoiuiuuub. vresuiue hu riiiauurgiTis voium
bus Bteubsnvllleaid Pittsburg; via Columbus and ,
This Train stop at Loveland, Morrow. Xenia i
ana ijonaon. BL.rinuarto un in 10 xuaim.
aVTThDay Ixpre run through to Cleveland, '
waeenngana rituourg, via Bteubenvilie, wlttaont
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leavln Cincinnati
For all Information, and Through Ticket to Bo. ,
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Fall. Dunkirk, Cleveland, 1
WD, IHUHV, AMtU. ntP. VllUtlll, VIOTOUWU,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all th Eastern place,
amir at the OSes. Walnnt street House. Mo. 4 Bur.
net Hon, south-east corner of Broadway and Front 1
streets, and at tbe Eastern Depot. 1
Train ran by Oolnmbus 1 1 me, which il vn mln- ,
bm ta lei wan uincinnau vus.
Omnibuses cll,fcr penirr by leaving dlreotlong
ai toe x tvaei vmcee. not .
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St, Lonii.
THBOnOH WTTHntTT UnANDI OF CARS.
' Two Dally Train lor V Inoeonee, Cairo and St.
Aiouis, at lm Ai m.,anaT:u
Three Dally Tralu for Lulville,at 7 JO A.M.
fcOO P. lit., and 7:30 P. M
On Train for Bvansville I T:SO P. H.
Th Train connect at Bt. Louis for all point la
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy and Keo
kuk; at at. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlcksburg,
Natchei and New Orleans.
Oue Through TralL' on Sunday at T:M P.M.
Brrvuma Fast Line Leave Beat Bt. Loci,
Sundays excepted, at 6:M A. H., arriving at Cincln.
natl at 10:19 9. M.
XxpasTaAm-IiTeaItBt. Louis dallyatlg-'
r. ai arnriuK .iuiuviuumi m oia-i a, in,
FOB TUBOUQH TICKETS
To all point West ai d Bonth, ploas apply at th
offloe, Walnnt-atre I Houso, between Sixth and
Seventh streets. No. 1 Bnrnel Honae, corner offloe.
-north-wist corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
HonseOmcOiand at the Di'twt.oorner Front anil Mill.
streeu. w. ii, viiieiiuibii i,uen i.oupenntenaetit.
Iimwinni-"' win mr puiinneni.
TLD GOVBKNMENT JAVA, OLD MO
cua, ana very superior oia mo Donee, at
. Oeraer NlBth ad Via- treth)