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, JANUARY 2S
THE WOOING OF LOVE.
Come from your lung, long roving
Od the sea so wi Id and rough,
Come to tne tender and loving.
And I ahull be blcsMil enough.
Wh're your sails have limn unfurling.
What wind, have blown on jour brow,
1 kni nut, anil auk not, uiy lUrling,
So that you come to mo now.
Sorrowful, sinlul anil lonely,
I'oor anil despised though you be;
All arc nothing, if only
You turu from the tempter to me.
Of men though you lo unforglven,
Though priest lie unable to shrive,
I'll pruy till I weary llhcav.ou,
If only yuu come back alive.
What a Fashionable Woman Thought
of Men's Legs.
Old Lady Chesterfield thus gives hor
idea of mens legs to lior niece:
"As a rulo, good men have good logs.
Crooked log, crocked iuind; that is ouo of
my mottoes, and oue whiuli 1 havo very
seldom found to be in fault. . Your dear
pupa had u prejudico against tailors. 1
am more tolerant; and yet I can't help
thinkiog that they get morally warped
from twisting their legs beneath them, as
they aro in the habit of doing. What
dreadful legs somo of our most atrocious
criminals have had. The infamous Burke,
my dear, who pitch-plastered people to
death before you wore born, and sold
their bodios to the surgoons, had the vorv
worst pair of bow-lega that ever wassoen.
J ;Ook what spoiling their logs by sitting
tailor-fashion has brought the Turks to.
In my young days, a tight log was a
pretty accurate sign ot a gentleman; in
your young days, tlie Jooso, or peg-top leg
is fashionable People who wear tight
trousers now-n-days are either danoing-
in.tstcrs, waiters, actors, or sporting char
acters and prize-fighters, ostlers, and omnibus-conductors.
But, ah met what
exquisitely turned legs and feet I havo
seen in the days wlien the aristocracy
wore white keraeymore small, silk stock
inns, and pumps. I do not
object to your studying the extremities of
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uiu upwdh bo wnu suiacioDS assiduity;
for next to man's heart and morals, you
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nuuuivi luoutubu i ngiu juujuiry into tne
condition of his legs. A man may gain
jireat victories, or sudor shameful defeat.
through his legs. Never mind the ridic
ulous American purists who are too
modest to call a spade a spade, and a leg
a log, and nicknaming them 'supporters,
go straightway to deviso the absurd and
inunodost Bloomer customo, giving rise,
as it does, to ribald comments from men
on a part of lady's dress with which they
hare no business, and ought to know
nothing about. But you are a brave Eng
lish qirl, and as you see hundreds of
men's legs evory day, you have a right
to study, to observe, and to form your
opinions on them."
A Good Remedy for Discontent.
' "Oh, motherl" said Clara, "I got so
tired eating just bread and butter and po
tatoes for my supper, and drinking only
cold water out of this tin eup! You do
not know how beautiful Mrs. Carrington's
titlilo looked last night when I went nome
with the work. They were just taking
dinner, and asked mo into the dinning
room to get my money. The tea things
were silver and the plates china; and lit
tle KUen, who is no bigger than 1 am,
hud a cup of coffco and a little silver cup
for water too, Thero was Buoh nico
tilings on the table fresh fish and
ohickon, and everything so good! Don't
you wish we were rich people, too,
"My little girl must bo careful to keep
'Giant Discontent' out of her heart if sho
would be happy. "Wo must be contont to
live in tho sphero in which (Sod has
placed us, for ho knows a great deal bet
ter than we do what is good for us. If you
had bcon with me this morning, Clara,
and had seen what I did, you would feel
more thankful for your good, wholesome
supper of fresh bread and butter and
"Whcro did you go, mother? Down to
see poor Margarot again?"
"Yes, my dear, and found her worse
than ever. Sho cannot go out washing
unyinoro, and her two little children
were almost starving. All they had to
cat yesterday was some turnip parings
Johnny gathered from the street"
"Oh, mother, how dreadful!' said little
Clara, her eyes filling with tears. "I wish
J could take my supper to them."
"They are well provided for now. A
kind gentleman, for whom I havo been
mowing, has sent them provisions enough
to last several weeks. Yon should have
eccn that poor woman's eye lighten up
with joy at the gift, and how eagerly she
supped the bowl of warm cruel I made
"When we are tempted to frot, Clara,
and envy those who are better off than
we, it will be a great help to remember
how many are in a great deal worso con
dition. You have read the sweet little
utory about the 'Shepherd of Salisbury
I'lain.' You know his little daughter felt
'so sorry for those people who hrfd no salt
to eut on their potatoes,' whilo they had 'a
dish fiiito full of it'
Cultivate the same spirit, my little girl,
and it will make even a dry crust look
mveeter than many a rich man's dain
Tub Ancibnt Dbotds. The Druids
wero divided into three different classes;
the Bards, who were the heroic historians;
tii o VateB, who were the sacred musicians
and pretended prophets; the third class
were called under the general name of
Druids, andporformed all the other olhcos
of religion, &o. They had females, who
where cullod Druidesses; these were also
divided into classes, each class having
dutios to perform essential to the interest
of the Order.
Ho far the Druids do not appear in a
light different from that or all other
ancient institutions; founded upon super
stition. But let us give the dark side of
thoir history. They sacrifice human vic
tims, which they burnt in large wicker
idols, made so capacious as to oontain a
multitude of persons at once, who were
thus consumed together. They lived in
woods, caves and hollow trees; their food
was acorns and berries, and their drink
water. "' '
Curb for Lispino. A rapid and em-
phatio reoitol of the following is said by
a provincial paper to be an infallible cure
for lisping: "Hobbs meets Snobbs and
Aobbs; Ilobbs bobs to Snobbs and Nobbs
modus noDS witn cdodds ana robs jnodo s
fobs. That is, says Nobbs. the worst for
"Vim 0 JVWPf MW WUVUU R RVWP
Peculiar Customs of the Hebrews.
'This brief statement of Jewish cus
toms at tho close of lifo is of much in
terest The Jews imagine that the two
greatest acts that can be performed are
saying prayers for a dying man, and
following him to the grave; on the prin
;iplo that he who does another a favor in
diil'crent circumstances may be selfish,
from an expectation of its return, but
that in those cases the motive must bo
pure, as no suck expectations can bo
indulged. When a .lew is dying, it is no
unusual thing, thereforo, for his friends
and relations' to inform the whole neigh
borhood of the fact. A poor Jew, as woll
as a rich one, always has, .at such a time,
two nurses to attend and say prayers; ho
may have them night and day for months,
tho wholo .expense of which, together
with that of doctors. Ac, is dofrayed
from the treasure of the synagogue
Those who attend a Jew in his dying
moments are well acquainted with all the
symptoms of death; for, though burial
takeB place within .twenty four hours,
instances are very rare of persons being
buried alive. The departed lies on tho
same bed for one hour; a feather is put on
his lips (to be blown away if he should
breath), and, as it is reckoned an hour,
the Jews presont stop during that time;
they strip the oorpse and lay it on the
ground, or, in some cases, carry it to an
other room. A black cloth is now ob
tained from the synagogue to lay over
the corpse; a pewter plate with salt is
cencrallv nut on tho breast, which, they
say, keeps it from awolling; oil is put in a
vessel, and a cotton wich is inserted; a
basin of water, oovored with a clean
nnpkm, is brought lorth; and two watch
ers (provided by the synagogue, if tho
individual be poor) Bit by tho dead.
An hour before the timo of burial,
certain peoplo como from tho synagoguo
to wash and shroud tho copso, in the
ablution of which from forty to fifty
gallons of water may bo used. Before it
leaves the house, the husband for tho
wife, the wife for the husband, children
for parents, and parents tor children, Ac,
stand on one side the coffin, and the
clerk of the synagogue on the other, while,
as each relation leans over the coffin, the
clerk takes a knifo, makes a slit on the
right side of the male or female's upper
garment, about two inches long ana then
tears it two inches further. Tho gar
ments must be worn in this stato for
When any of the Jews assombled
cannot follow the corpse to tho gravo, a
pail of water and a jug are brought, with
which they may wash each other's hands.
The first takes the water and throws it
over tho hands of the next, three times,
but he must not touch them with tho
vessel; this is afterward placed on the
ground; when he who is washed takes it
up, and does the same for him who washed
him. and thus the process of ablution is
carried on through the whole.
The cofhns ot the rich and poor are
made of four deal boards, merely planed
over to prevent splinters running into the
hands. The shrouds are genorallv made
of wool; but somo of the more wealthy ate
buried in hno linen, ihe Jews have no
walking funerals; and no diifereaco is
apparent between thoso of tho poor and
the rich, except relatives or menus ot tho
latter should follow them in carriages. 1 1
is by no means uncommon for a corpse
to fee followed by a multitude, consisting
of from one hundred to one thousand
persons, as may be frequently witnessed,
at the East end of London whcro there
are several Jewish burying grounds.
Publicity is given to a caso of dissolution
in tiro ways. Ono is by its announce
ment in the synagogue; for, when a
person has died the clerk in tho midst of
tho prayer stops, and, with a loud voice,
mentions his namo, tho spot whcro tho
corpse lies, and the hour of intermont
The other is more remarkable. One ot
the Jews belonging to tho svnagoguo
goes into , the places crowded with nis
people, having a copper money-box in tho
shape of a half gallon cask, secured b 7 a
lock and key, with a nicho large enough
to admit ot a ponny pcice. Uio peculiar
sound of the box, when shaken, intimates
that some ono is dead, the Jews there
foro Hock around him, make every in
quiry, aud cast in tho box what they
please. This is nlwnyB dono unless the
departed was an illegitimate child, a
person of vory impure lifo or one grossly
negligent of Jewish forms. In this caso
seldom more than eight or nine follow
him to his grave. So infamous, indeed,
is it to be an oxcoption to the custom
just alluded to, that it is sometimes men
tioned many years after, as branding even
distant relations. When Jews quarrel,
it may be in the synagoguo, one will
sometimes say to the other, "1 know some
thing about you, don't unlock my lips, or
will disgrace you;" and, whon he is
dared to utter all ho knows, it is not un
common to reply If it cannot bo charged
on a nearer relation, "Whv, vour great
grandfather, or your fourth cousin died,
and the box did not go for biro." Fe
males rery rarely or novor attend a corpse
to the grave; but it is heart rending to
witness their mourning.
When the males retire all sit on the
ground, and a hard boiled egg is cut in
pieces among them. J heir posture is
continued for seven days, during which
visitors come, sometimes to the number
of one thousand, to afford consolation;
and, should the party visited be poor,
refreshment or money is usually given
secreuy. ine light placed at the side ot
the corpse is kept in for one and thirty
days (as Aaron was mourned for during
that time;) it is called the light of the
departed saint, and, according to the
clearness or dimness of the flame, they
determine its comfort or discomfort For
the first seven davs a congregation assem
bled night and morning; and every morn
ing the water .and napkin are changed,
under the idea that the Bpirit comes and
purifies himself with them. Every
anniversary, too, a light must burn in the
samo way for four and twenty hours : a
last must be kept lor that time, ana the
synagogue must be visited night and
morning to say ivodesh (prayers) in its
DlLLlABDS PRACTICALLY CONSIDERED.
The Bueyrus (0). Journal thug speaks
of the garao of billiards:
"Yes, sir, we can tell you all about
billiards. It is a game consisting of two
mon in their shirt sleeves, punching balls
about on a table, and presenting the
keeper with twenty cents, or as is most
commonly the caso in this country, telling
him to just mark it down. This last
montionod custom has given them tho
title of billiard markers, If you have a
decided nonius for tho came, vou will
Lmake a suporior player at an expense of
about $5,000. Blacksmiths carpenters.
&oNplay it for exercise. It was invented;
by a shrewd saloon keeper who wus not
satisfied with the profits on whiskey and
was too much opposed to temperance to
water it . '" '
Human Destiny. Ah, there is a
touching beauty in the radiant up-look of
& girl just crossing the limits of youth,
and commonoing her journey through
the oheokercd sphere of womanhood I It
is all dew-sparklo and morning glory to
her ardent, buoyant spirit, as she presses
forward exulting in blissful anticipations.
But the withering heat of the conflict of
lifo creeps on; the dew drops exhale; the
garlands of hope, shattered and dead,
strew tho path; and too often, ere noon
tide, tho clear brow and sweet smile are
exchanged for tbo weary look of one
longing for the evening rest, the twilight,
the night. Oh, may the good God give
his sleep early unto these many I
HARRISON & COLLINS'
jMENIRAIi BEE-HIVE GALLERY, oor
.'C nor of fifth aud Wetern-ruw. Photograph),
Melainotypes and Aiubrotypes taken cheapor than
elaewhore in the city. Oil Colored Photograph
mule or all slett, mini nte tome (mailed! immature.
Picture, neatly ml lu Lookett, BreASt-piua, Finger,
rings and Bracelets. .All work warranted,
miis-air A. 8. BI.OOM. Artist,
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE FOR
mending furniture, Xoya, (Jrockery, Qla8
Wholeaalo Depot, No. 48 Odar-itreet, New York,
Adlresa flKNKY 0. m'ALlHNQ A 00.,
Box No. 3,600, New York.
Put up for Pealort tn (lutes containing fonr, eight.
and twelve donon a beautiful Lithograph Show.
(Jftrd ivmnirn-nlng each ftackago. de21ayj
a fed M3.fr .J a
BJ j .: r ; - A 'U.I
'PHE MOST REHABtE FIRE AND
JL 11 n HO LA B P HOOF SAFES. TheT haTe Blten
more aatiBfaotion than any other now in nae.
We offer a reward or ONK THOII8ANO DOL
I.AKS to any person that can, up to tbe present
time,nliowa Mingle inatanee wherein they bave failed
to wrtuuirvo their contents.
With this BACK we challenge all competition, ai
being the beat Klre Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and aro willing to
tost with any eHtullih merit in the Union, and the
party failing first, to forf eit to the other, the sum
We aro prepared to furnish n better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in Ihe (Jolted
Second-band Safos of other makcra, also (in hand.
Werotfiwctfnllv invilethenuhlic to call and exam-
luscur utock before pnrchaiingeNowhere.
IIALIj, UAHKUIjLi A JU
njjlS-Vt H'. la and 17 Mast Columbia street.
rINT)KR'S PATENT SPRINfl-CORD
I! Kl-BOTTOM can be anolied to miy
bedstead, old or nwf in tun minutes. Khirit1c
imraoitt uuenp. unpen entirety wun siats, ui
which so niii jli complaint is made. Also, au assoit
ment of Ueilriteud for bale, with Upriug Bottoms iu.
Call anduxuiiiiuu them at No. 172 Yiiie-streot.
jaliiam O K. A il. WAUIIKN.
$8Q. :so. $:zo.
Thirty -Dollar Double Lock-Stitoh
SECURED BT RKUENT LETT EBB PATKKT.
ri1HI& MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO-
HL WOONOKD by all competent Judges, whs
Have wmu I v, IU uv bun mqi aim muni uvnu iiuic r aw
llr Bowing machine over Introduced, reanrdlcaa
of price. It will bow all kinds of family goods,
from tbe Tory thickest to the Tory fluent fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to Ml.
no on i ua on iopoi ine luucnine.
Mend for a circular, or call and see it in operation.
Upon early application, ainte and County Uhjhtsmay
An energetlo person can mnko a fortnne In a short
tltno. Agonls wanted in all nnsold territory.
it. i. minTi'.An.
Re la aud exclnsl re agent frr tbe Dniteil .Status,
enll'tnt !tf y(,t Fourth-etaei, tjiufjujall-
CANDY ! GANDTZ
1 UST. ' OXj2JE.3X,
(Buoctisor to Inn A !J0
Manufacturers and Wholtule Dealrt
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES.
tO MAIN 8TREET, CIHCIHNATI
Solution Citrate of Magnesia
WARRANTEP TO KEEP ANY
length of time. For sale In any quantity by
ALIiKUT BOSS, Omggist,
jii9 B. W. cor. Kigl'lh-st. and Western-row.
Brown's Bronchial Troches,
FOR THE ALLEVIATION OF BRON
CHITIS. Hoarseness, Oonghs, Asthma, Golds,
Catarrh, nnd all disorders of the Breath and Iiunga.
("or sale by AI.BBUT BOSS, Druggist,
Ja9 8. W. nor. Kiuhlh-st. and Wmivrn-now.
LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED
aru.1r nf il. mn.t ).....!,. ....4 - a.1 .J
K.n. a i.- v. vi lug KiVDt mivmv I'lniiUI. JU1 rtTUWI TOU
and for sale by ALBKUT KO?S, firuggist,
jaa B. W.cor. Klghth-Bt. aud Western-row.
UPERIOR TEAS JUST RECEIVED
19 Imlf-chreta Pine Ourlons Oolong; 5 balf-chestt
Unnpowdcr; ft half-chests Imperial. Kor sale, whole
sale aud retail, br A. McDONALD A 00.,
j23 ftH and Branch Store 248 West Fonrtb-at.
SPICES JUST RECEIVED PURE
Uronnd Cinnamon, Allspice, CIotcs, Ginger,
Mace, Ac. For sale, wholesale and retail, by
A. Mcdonald a m..
(Wand Branch btore 84V West rowth-aV
J. J. CUTLER'S
GiccIior Fluid ink.
Manufactory. Vina It M
FilJiAS A largo and well-aseorted ttoek of
JL "FinoQreeo and Black Tens" at
Corner flnth and Vlce-stteets.
Jj ECONOMY! A
JJ Save.the Pieces!
ft win M'm wi
Door Locks, ,
r. e. car and switch l0ck8
. . Door and Gate-Springsy '
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted. 7
The public aro respectfully iniited to call and ax.
amine the rarious ptitUsrua aud price). All Jobbing
promptly attended to
noicm Ho. 183 Fifth-street, M door from Baoa. .
A. B. COLVILLE,
8cule Rfnaufhettirrr, '
No. 41 Kaat Becond-streot, between Sycamore and
Broadway Uincluuati, keeps every description of
Caunter, I'lniform, 4'nttle, Knllrond Depot,
und Truck Monies) Trurl:,
Iron Wagons, vo.
Bopalrngdoneon the shortest notice, tiol-ta
B. KITTREDQE & CO
134 MAIN BTBDKT, OIHOINfTATI, 0.:
KITREDQE V F0LS0M,
51 St. Oharlaa atraat, Hew Orleans,
Impartara fUaaaek Svortlnc Apparataa,
AID MALIU IU 801 P0WD1B.
H. CAMPBELL ft CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, 8MKST
and Esller Iron, Plow Blabs, Bailroai Ipikea
ta. Also. AMntafor thesalaof lronton HtMNalla
Warerooma So. It last Second Street, GlooUinat 1
srAUklnlilronmadetoorder. ' ' lt
CLEANER 07 SINES AND VAULTS,
No. 99 elsth-street, between Vine and Maoe, In
the Medical College, Uinolnnatl, Ohio. Porsooiwlio
may fayor hin with their patrouage,can relyet puuo.
tuallty and Ijw prloes. , pl-ay
Money! Money! Money!
Ramoved from 50 West 81xth-atraet.
MONEY LOANeFoN WATOHES, JEW
BLBY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at No. 171 Vine-street, patweea
Fourth and Kitth. Mi
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. SIX FIFTH -8TBKICT, SOUTH BIDS,
(Hear the corner of Vine,)
0. L. V1CK.ER8, Proprietor.
Oyatora and Game serred in ail stylos. Meals at all
u. r. KL1AS
WATCH & JEWELRY jlOlli
i6 West Fourth Street,
Where oanbohad eTory article appertaining to th,
Bnalnesa at a nineb lca prloe, for CA81I, than
baa ever before boon offered in th Is market.
QIVC US A CALL
And see for yourselTes. apU
(To. H)t N. K. Oor. Firth and Lodge streets, between
Walnut and Vine, Oiucinnati.
A good assortraeutofBILVKBandPIjATKDWABB,
orAOTAOLs, etc., Kept constantly on nana.
rJnecial attention fidven todleanlnff and Renalrius
Watchi and Jewelry. my 10
BEGGS ft SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ARE NOW RECEIVING! ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches. Jewelry.
BUrerware and Diamonds.
A Una assortment of Plated Tea Beta and Ontler
and Opera ttlasaea. 224
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
1JR. SAWL SILSI2I2
fjl SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
U THE 8RIN, ItHKUMATIBU, D1KEASK8 Of
WOM.KN, aud audi Ohrouio oootplaiiits aa may be
benefitted by the Ilygyenio aud Atraopatbio system
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Araonio, Morcury, Tur-
klsh, Russian aud Kloctro-Uhemical Baths, a Din
pensaiT of Medicine, and every manner of Klectrlo
aud M agnetic Apparatus. .
NO. 67 WJCST SBVENTli-tJTBBET,
WOlHce hur A. M. tot eulMft
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrtoi Me. DO West Seventh atrout. between Vina
and Baca. BESinsiica Ho. (3 Seventh ntroet, be
ween Walnut and Vino, Orrioa Hooaa 7 to tH
A, V '. 1 toH P. M.: t to I. M.
WM. M . HUNTER,
io 'Jim VJne-Blrert.
J. TAPTi'!l-!:; ;
(Snccosnor to Knowlton Taft.)
Mo. 30 West Fourth Nr., bet. Wnlnut dc Vina
THE OYSTER .TRADE.
VY1 ?U:U 1111
M. MUtjMM. J Jl n KLv
n . 1 n i.
rTTJHM RTrTtaf'BT'mfni to HdW nHfinTW.
JL 1N'(J DAILY, hr th. Arl.m. tru. MAW.
nvu i., . j ii. i .i
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oyiteri
' BOBEST ORB, Aysnt
W-tf l)ep.-.t. II West rifth.etwiet
Oyster Importing Houso.
NO. 31 WEST HFTH-STRKBT.
THK SUBSCRIBER IS NOW B20KI7
INO daily, per Ei press, his splendid Oystera.
Having completed arrangements in Baltimore, on
the moat extensive scale, I will at all time, during
the aeaeon be prepared to furnish my friends, "and
the rest of mankind," with the most DELICIOUS
BIVALVES imported to the Queen Oltr. None bat
the very best Imported. Great iadncementa oflered
at this Impcrting-honse.
Order aiuliolted and promptly Illed.' Terms cash.
s Importer and proprietor.
MAKES AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
L1MB3 in a superior manner, Satisfactory
references riven. Address Mo, 1, Sycamore-street,
Corner of front. delo
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTD-STREKT,
next to Hrntth A Nixon's Hall, Oineinnatl,
Ohio. A splendid (lift, worth from DO cent, to UNi,
will lie gben with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
Gifts eonaist of Gold aud Slvor Watvbea, tadlos'
Solid Oold Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, flneUnld
Bracoli-ea, Qonts' Gold Vest-chains, and a large va
riety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
W cents to 1 09.
Ladles and gentlemen ara respectfully Invited to
call and examine our stock. ,
A. A. KEIYLEY.
PubllsbsrsndOlft Bookseller, i
non-tf i - - WeitJrourtli.itre.
BY 8TATK AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
'A Miwv ARtnhlisheil In fltnclnnalf in 1 HkJJI. an
teilatlng all present louel InsuranseCtempaniea and
Ageucies in the insurance bualneHS in this city. ,TI
years couitant dnty here, combined with wealth, ex
perlenoe.i utcriirlne and liberality, especially com
mend the KTNA I usurauce Oompany to the favora
ble patronage of this community standing solitary
n4 alone, the snlo survivor and living pioneer ol
Uinolnnatl underwriters of IS'43.
jLoaaaa ald In (llnelnnntl dnrlac waat Ftv
Cash Capital Sl,O00,O0O.
IAB80LUTB AND UNU1PAIUKD.J VITU A
3UKPLU8 OV l,030,4i3 HO.
And the prestige of to years success andoxpeaionoe.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF 814,0110,000, l.OHSBH
Have been paid by the Ktua lnsurauoe Oompany In
tho past 40 years.
Fir and Inland NavlatIon.-BIks accepted
t terms consistent with solvency and fair prodta.
special attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Uontouta, for term, of 1 to ft' s.
Application made to any duly .athorlud Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance baslnoss, this Oompany Is enabled
tootler both Indemnity tor the past and secnrltyfor
tho future. P lielasissucdwltuout Jelay by
JAB. H. OAHTEK, Agent, Mo. M Main street.
A. F. PATCH, Assistant Agent. -
U. K. lilNEHKV, Agent 171 Vine street .
J.J. HOOKAH, Aent. Fulton. 17th Waid. an
WESTEKN INSUKANCE COMPANI
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OP
No. 2 Vront-street, between Slain and Sycamore.
Tliis Oompany Is taking fire, inland and Marina
AiHks at ourreut rates of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
T F Kckert, F Bull, B W Pomeroy,
William Glenn, W 0 Whlteher, W 0 Mann.
Robert Mitohell, W U Oomstock, L 0 K Stone,
KobtBuchauau, 0 0 Shaw, Geo Stall.
Wm Sellew, Beth Evans, JHTaafto, .
David Gibson, II Brachman, J G Ishara,
H Clearwater, Thoi B Klllott.
T. F. iCOKEBT, President.
BraPHBil Moims, Secretary. . . nog
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
. William Wood. luaac 0. Oopelon,
Janice P. Cunningham, Sydney S. Clark,
Andrew Krkenbrccher, Joseph lteakirt.
Goo. W. Bishop, Wm. fisher,
George It. Dixon.
ISA AO U OOPELKN, President: i
Qr.O. W. t'OPZlKN, Secretary.
A.M. HOSB, Surveyor.
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
llisks, on favorahlo terms. OlHce No. i West Third,
street, Trust Go. Building. no8bfin
National Insurance Co.,
' t'lnolnnntl, Ohio.
(Office South-wont Oor. Main aud Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKEN AT CU11UENT KATB9. ,
John Bnrgoyne, K M Bmlth, Robert Moore,
Wm Ilepwurtli, Oliaa h Moore, M rochhelmur,
V X M iodeuier, Thus Ong, S W Smith,
J L Bosa. Thus K Biggs, Henry Kllis.
H. 0. 1'KHKR, Hec'y. JNO. HUKOOVHK, ITeg.
noslilm ,V. A. SpaioisaN, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
FFICK NO. 4 j?RONT-STRT. IN-
tiOilKS arrainst T.OHH nnil r.'AmiLirA hv Vlrtv mIua.
ii i, .... .1... u .... ... . . .1
A-eniaui buuoeaauu iniauu navigation..
Jno.WIIartwoll, Allen Collier, William Kosor.
John W Kills, JamosLopton, Ohas.W Uowland,
John W Dudley, James A Fraxer. J W Oanlleld,
i T Wondrnw, It M. W Taylor, A B Wlnslow.
Q H Williauis, H McBlrnny, Bowman 0 Bakor.
, , JOUN W. UAUTWJfLIi, President.
0. W. WmiAnii Secrotary. nog
FIUK AND RIAIMNE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
. ... J-W. GAUlilaOS, President.
B. W. KKEOKIt, Secretary.
DisEUTons-llenry Konsler, Anthony Kay, Wm.
Wood.J. W. Uarrison, Samuel Ji. Taft, George W.
Townley. Smith Betts.
Suavarotis-J. B. Lawderand David Baker. deSay
eSod mt nononddti no jus Jinoiio A
tiWJ-io,tnnlo;5 pu iiOJ-uBO 'tOQ
'oo i iianvn m fli
sj9j(i(r pue saiiiaiig oiqi joj "ay '3UH9(T
qpif)niiiou 'saoiiODj iiiO j 'auiof tumg "lueu
-ucu jonuu pu iMu qii (Ti0s tavj) sDUttMwr-r
NOHI ONOMXS HI IH 'S3Z1S IT. Y
'sniitt pooj PUB UJOQ
MADAME ELLIS. M. D., HAS FOUNP
at last Inst what the Ladies have long needed
and looked for In rain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine KlUir is warranted to cure all dis
eases of a Uterlno Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra.
Prolapsus or Failing of tbe Womb, rninful Meustru
ation, t'hlorosii. Amenorrhea; in tact, a perfect cure
is guarranteed by the use of from two to five bottles
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how lung standing. Price Jt per Bottle.
Madame KLLIS calls particular attention to the
following Oard of one of the most prominent Drug,
gists of Cincinnati.
"To TUB PDBLIOaNDTHI tlADIKS IB PiBTICUT.AB.
We, the undersigned, are not in the babit of giving
onr name to i'atont lledioines; butknowlng well Ihe
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the U terlne
Klixir, we cheerfully recommend It to all females
sutterlng from Female Diseases or any kind; it la
purely vegetable, and in no case can do injury; wt
say to all try, and our word for it. you will Und re
lief, k F. V. BILL, Drngfllst,
aeptT ' "OorneromfthandBaoe-atriets."
11 ADAMK ELLIS'S SPANISH" SIMU-
lVl LATINO DOUGH AND LIVKH Bi LSAM
cnn, without fail, pains In the Breast, Hack,
Side or LlmbB (Jougjis, Oclda, Hoarseness. JMffl
owlty of Breathing, lloadache, Flatulency, Heart-,
burn. Ohronlo ithsumatism, Billions Oliulio, Cramp
Oholle, Griping I'uins of the Bowols, Diilliiess,
Stupor, luactlvity, Loss of Appetito, and in Pain
ful Monstru.ttion it Is a certain core, and givna
Immediate relief. In any of tho above dlseasm
II will give relief In twenty minutes, and a permit
nonl cure by the use o f two bottles. Only Ml ceure
per bottle so cheap that every person can get It. :
N. B. For sale by F. D. HILL, Druggfit, oornur
of Baceand Fifth-streets; J. I). PAHK., corner uf
FourUi and Walnut; 6UIBR. KOKSTKIN 'Jo
corns Vine and Fourth: JOHN DICKSON, corner
of Jn and Sixth; PAUL BIINLKIN, corner ol
KighUand Freeman. Also, iCDWAUD BOA N LAM
J&W-J "' 1 Main and Fouith; and Madame
KfjLlg, 144 West Biith-etroet. . sep27.ay
Wl B. DOODB,
Formarlyof Hall.Dodds Co.; late Urbaa.Dodda Uo.
' W. It. Dodds & Co.,
HARCf Aortravu 01 mi ,
O O 3T O ,n 3d T 33
Fire and Burglar Prool
s jBL7P.:m mi--r;
B Wt Corner of Vine Jt Socoud Street.
This is the most reliable FIEI AFD flUBQLA
PUOOF AFU that is made In tbe United States.and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. Uan be sold
at lower prices, aud fa of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment oa hand, and ara da
tarmlned to tell at prloes that cannot fall to please.
Taken In exchange. BKOOND-0AND BAFKS ai
ways on hand a( extremely low prices. W4
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
very deeeriptlon, whlob I am aelllng at a ima
, anceea Hew York prloes, wholesale and retail,
'i ..... T. WKOB, Jr4 :
no 144 - - ; feat. Baoa and lm.
K1KANKLIN TYPB AND BTKKEOXYPS
M FOUNDRY, ii. ALLISON, Superintendent
Printing Materials of all kinds, log Viue-stmt.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
NO CIIANGK OF CABS TO INDIANA?-'
OLIS, at which place It unites with railroads
lor and from all points in the West and North-west.
TliltKK PA8SJ5NGEB TKAINB ,
Leave Oincinuali daily, from tho foot of Mill and
Front-streets. .... ,,
6:M A. M.-Ohlcago Mall-Arrives at Indlanapolii
at 12:10 P. M. ; Ohicugo at 10:30 P. M.. . i; ...
12:16 P. HI. -Tone I lan to and Lafayette Accommo
dation A rrirei at Indianapolis at 6:1& P. M.
7:16 P. M. Chicago Hx prom-Arrives at Indianap
olis at 12:1 A. m. ; Ohlongo at 111:30 A. M.
SleepiugCars aro attached to all night-trains on
this. Hue. and ruu through to Ohichgo without
change of crs. . . . ,
Ht" Be sure you are In tlio right tlcket-omce be
fore you purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets
via Lawreuceburg and Indianapolis
' Fare tbe same, and time shorter than any other
Baggage checked through,
Til liOUGli TICKETS, good until used, oan be Ob.
talced at tho Ticket -ollices, at. Spencer House corner,
N. Yf. corner of Broadway nnd Front ; No. 1 Burnet
Home corner; at the Walnut-street Bouse, and at
Depot Cilice, loot ot Mill, on Front-street, where all
necessary Information Van he had. .
Oiunibimes run to aud from each train, and will
cnll for ptisseotterg at all hotels aud all parts uf the
city, by leaving addresa at either ofhco,
ja!7 11. 0. LOUD. President.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-Western
Great Western and North-Western LINE.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE.
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati
' Throe PassengerTralnslspeOinolnnatldally, Irani
the foot of M illand Front tireets.
0:30 A. ill.-tlliicago Jul) arrives at Indlanapolla
l 19111 1 M . tlhieami at 11511 V M f 1,1. ir.i
oonnects with all night amlus out of Chicago for
the West nnd North. weslt connects at Indinnap".
lis with trains for Torre Haute: also with Pel a
trains for Pern, Loganspert, Fort Wayne and To
lis IS P. BI. Terra Haste and Layfayette Ao.
oomraodation arrives at Indianapolis at 6:1ft P.M.,
making direct oonnoctlons at Indianapolis with La
layette trains for Decatur, Bprlngneld, Naples, Ouln
oy, Hanuibal and St. Joaepn.
7 V. IU, Chicago it i press arrives at Indlanapolla
at 12:19 A. M making cleso connections at Ohicago
with al 1 morning trains out of Chicago.
Bleeping cars are attached to all the night trains
on this line, aud ruu through to Chicago without
change of cars. ,
- This Is exclusively a Western and Hortb-weatern
route, und with faverable and raliablearrangemont
with all connecting roads throughout the eutlrt
West, guarantees unusual care ana the amplest ao
ootnmodatlons to the patrons ot this line.
The Company's excluidve Telegraph Line la hsed
whuu necessary, to govern the movement of trains,
and Loughrldge a eelobralod Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger trains, by which they canoe
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern Im
provement? necessary for the comfort and safety of
passenger., the manager, ol this road have liberally
Smoking-oara on thla lino. :'
M" Be sure yoo are In the right tloket offlo before
yon purchase your tickets, and aak for tickets via
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same at b any other rente, Baggage
THBOUGH TrOKXTS, food until used, can be ob
Mined at the tlokst ofhoes, at Spencer Honse Corner
north-west oornsr Broadwsy and Front; ffo. 1 Bur
net House Corner, at the Walnut-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of M ill, on Front street, wheie
ail necessary Information air be had,
Omnibuses rua to and (ran each train, anil w'
call for passenger, at all noUli and all parte ol th
city, b leaving addrota at I lb ir office.
M. B. L. N0BLJ5. '
boH Ueneral Ticket Agont
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
IX DAILY TKAIN3 LEAVM TH1
K? Sixth-street Impct. -
T 1. .. . I, - 1. i,AwntK.J U.. 1 1 fl
It'doand Indianapolis without vhaniTe of cars,
ThioiiKli Tickets for all JCastern, Western, North
ern and Korth-wentorncllloH.
6 A. KrPltf5i! TAT1 For HamlHon,
UicbnionU,lmJliiiinpoliii, Liimiette, Chicago, and all
Wtstorn Cities. Connects at Uichmoud with J. and
0. Koad for Logansport; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ao.
7tU0 A. m. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
SauduHky, Toledo and Chicago. This train mukea
close oounectiens with all trains leaving Chicago the
tame evening. Also connects at TJruana roa Co
lumbus; at Bellefontaine with B. and I.B. K.; at
Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Bai
Iroad; at Clyde witu Cleveland and Toledo Ball
road trains for Cleveland; at Dayton for Greenville,
Union. Winchester andlMnncie.
10 A. I. KXPUUttM TltA IN For Cleveland
via Delaware fur Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York , anil all Knsturn cities. Also connects at Crest,
line lor Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
3:4.0 P. ill. TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond
Logannpurt, Peorluaud Burlington; also Indianap
olis, Terre Haute aud St, Louis, connects at Hamil
ton for Oxford.
3:110 P. 111. TRAIN For Dayton, Bprlngneld,
Iltllelontaine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, ana
all poi uts in Canada. Connects at Bellefontaine with
B. and I. It. H.
llt:10 P. M. EXPRESS TRAIN For Clove,
laud via Delaware for Dunkirk. Buffalo. Boston.
New York, aud all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline lor Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and nil Eastern cities.
WTbc night Fxpress Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M.,livosdaily isxcrpr Batciidais. All other
traias loavo daily uxop.pt SuenAvs;
For further information and Tickets, apply at the
Tickot offices north-cast corner Front and Broad,
way; No. liiv Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
tbe new Ticket Office, on the west side of Vine-street,
between Postoffico aud Burnet Bouse; or at the
Six ih-etrect Depot.
nou p. MoT.ABEH, Bmwrlntendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN SAY EXPRESS AT 19
A. M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland:
via Oolambus, Steubenville and Pittsburg; via
Oolumbue, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Colnm
bus and Bellalr (Wheellns), A Iso, for Springfield.
Thla train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal .tattoos
SK:M TltAIN-Colnmbtis Accommodation
at 4:40 P. M. This train .tops at all stations be
tween Clnolnnatl and Columbus, and Cincinnati aud
TltlltU TRA IN Night Kxpren at IliiiO P.
M., counocts via Columbus and iiellair iVt'keeliugJi
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Oolam
bus Steubenville and Pittuburg; via Columbus and
This Train storw at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. BLKKPINGCABS ON THIS THAIN,
WTlie Day Kxprest runs through to Clerelan't.
Wheeling and Pituburg, via Steubenville, wlthoni
chauge ol oars.
The NIGHT IXPRJJS8 Train leaving Clnolnnatl
at lliilO P. M runs dally, except BATTJBDAXB,
Tbe otherTrelns run daily, oroept SUNDAYS.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Boa.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern plane,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 4 Bui
net House, south-east corner ot Broadway and Front
streets, aud at the K as tern D.pot.
Trains run by Columbus 1 1 me, which it aevenBln
ntea faater than Clnolnnatl Uate,
,t J. DUBAND. Bup't.
Omnibuses oallforpaaMngva by leaving direction)
at th. Ticket Offlro.. . nll
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
. TnilOUGH WITHOUT CUANQK OF 0AR8.
Two Daily Trains for Vteotmnea, Cairo and XL,
Louis, at 7:20 A. M and 7:V P. M.
Throe Daily Trains for Luisvillo, at 7:30 A.M.
1:00 P. M.. and 7:M P. M.! - '
Ode Train for Kvansville a 1 7:30 P. M.
The Trains connect at Si, Louis for all polntals
Kansas and Nebraska, iInunlbal,Qnlncy and Kno.
kuk; al St. Louis aud Cairo for Memphis, Vioksbnrg.
Natchet and New Orleans. .
. Oue Tbrough Train on Sunday at 7:M P. M.
BETOaama Fast Lino Leaves Vast St. Lento.
Boudays excepted, at S:50 A. M., arriving at Claolu.
Hxrar-st TaaiH-Leavei Xsat St. Louis dally at irtj
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at :M A. M.
. FOB TMUQOOU TIOKBTH 1
To all polnti West ai d South, aleoee apply at tbe
offices, Walnut-ttree I Bouse, between Sixth and
Seventh-street., Mo, 1 Burnet Hooaa, corner offioe,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
House Office, nnd at the Depot, corner Front and Mill
Kriiets, W. 11. CLEMKNT.Gen'l. Superintendent.
(bBiilbnsos call for passengers. ooaii
OtD GOVERNMENT JAVA, OL MO
; ( Cll A, and very pp erioV ol ''J ,g' . "
'. hi j 4 ,;':.,'"t ' Oort Hinth and Vln-treat.