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THE FAIREST LAND OF EARTH.
THANSLATED FROM THE PERSIAN.
"Tell me, gentle trav'lar, Ibou '. v
Who IiimI wandered far and wide,
Seen tbesireetnet roae. blow.
Ami the brightest rivers glide
Pnv. of all thlue eres hnth seen.
Which lbs fairost land has l)n ? " -
"Lady, shall I tall thee where
X atura. sovma most blast and fair,
r-'tr hIkiv all cllmus b'side?
'Tin wh.ro thus w lore abide
And (hat little spot is beet
Which llio loved one's foot bath pressed.
Trtimjtli it lo a fairy epnoo,
WIJo and apreuiling In tbe place ;
Tltoiiijli 'Lware but a barren wound,
'Twnulil weenie enchanted ground.
With thee yon sandy want Wticlii aeeiu ,
Tlie timrgin of Al C-iwIhar'eetrwini ; -
And lhou could'st make a dungeon's gloom
A bowor where new-hum rose, bloom."
Sensible Thoughts About Wedlock.
Marriage is by do means a nocessary
sequent to luvo, fur, as the French well
nay, those who are "always ia love are
never married." Juvenilo grand passions
aro particularly fleeting, and the Spanish
saying id a right true one, that ''Hoy's
lovo is water in a seive." Nevertheless
the Germans assert that "early marriage
is long lovo." It may be so, and, as the
Spaniard says, "The bacon of Paradiso
for the married man who does not repent"
How seldom this celestial flitch will bo
granted, may bo guessed from the saying,
"liachelpr, apeaoock; betrothed, a lion,
married, an as1." The Dutchman tells
you that "whoso is tired of happy days,
let liim take a wife" and thus ohimca in
with linos of an old play writer "When
I am weary of the world I'll take a wife
to niurtify withal." Hut if, as Thackeray
nays, no man will accept the experience
of another in this matter, nor be fright
ened by the warning advice, "Before you
murry, reflect, for it is a knot difficult to
untie;" at least be cautious, and "beforo
you marry have a house to live in, fields
to till, and vines to out."
Hut suppose that you have mado your
election, and are happy in the enjoyment
of re a ui tod affection, do not boost your
self ot to-morrow, for though you may bo
as unalterable as the rook, "womon
are as fickle as April weather, and
they are woll placed first among the
four things that put a man beside
himself women, tobacoo. cards and
wine. " But granting that - you aro
married and in marriage it is woll to
remember the Danish proverb which ad
vittes you that "a sad bride makes a good
wife" do not count upon lasting affection.
If you whose "days axe in the sere and
yellow leaf have taken Lome a lovely
ppring flower in the fond hope that it will
make your house more clierful, yon are
grievously mistaken; too late you will find
out the truth of thoso words of Teutonio
wisdom "A yonng wife is an old man's
post-horse to the grave." . -Not to lot a
woman have her own way is hardly better
than to give up everything. Anyhow you
will soon discover that "where there is a
wife, there is strife." You must sacrifice
nil your friends on the hymeneal altar, for
"all women are gossips," and gossips
would soon have sundered Jonathan and
David, made enmity between Orestes and
i'ylades, or turned Damon and Pythias
into foes, "A woman's tongue is her
sword, and she does not let it rust" She
is fond of giving "a bit of her mind" to
Jier neighbors, and you will soon learn
from the cold looks of your former chums
and companions that "a truth-telling
woman has no friends."
Morcver, after you are doad do not flat
ter yourself that many tears will be shed
by tho bereaved, nor your tomb long
decked with immortelles; especially ,if you
have loft her in good circumstances, for
"arrich widow weeps with one eye and
laughs with the other,, at least b the
Portugese affirm. Indeed, vou have
hardly any right to expect that the weeds
will be long worn, for you ought to
bo well acquainted with the Spanish
proverb, that "A buxom widow must be
manned, buried, or cloistered." "Few
women turn gray because their husbands
die" says the Danes.
Sketch op Thounuukn Robert Thorn-
hum, Koynl Academician, was born of
poor parents. His father was a shoe
maker, in a very humble way of business,
in tho town of Dumfries, in Scotland,
v liceides Hubert there were two other sons,
one of whom is still noted in his native
town as a skillful carver in wood. One
da a lady called at the shoemaker's, and
found Jfobert, thou a mere boy, engaged
in drawing upon a stool, which served
him for a tablo. She examined his work,
and, finding that he had abilities in that
direction, interested herself in obtaining
for him some occupation in drawing, and
enlisted in his behalf the services of oth
ers who could assist him in proseouting
the study of art. The boy was very dili
gent, pains-taking, staid, and silent, mix
ing little with his companions, and form
inn but few intimacies. About the year
18150, some gentlemen of the town provi
ded Thorburn with the means of proceed
ing to Edinburg, where he was admitted
student of the Scottish Aeademy. There
he had tho advantage of studying under
competent masters, and the progress
which ho made was rapid and aeoided.
Alter residing in Edinburg for some
years, he removed to London, where, we
understand, he had the advantage of
bring introduced to notice under the pat
ronage of the Duke of Buccleuoh.
Toilet of Chilian Girls. The author
of Travels in Chili says:
While I was sitting on a skeleton of a
horse's head, writing by the blazo of the
lire, I saw two girls dressing for the ball.
They were standing near a stream of
water which was running at the back of
tho hut. Alter washing their faces with
their hands and drying them with' the
lower hem of their only garment they put
on their gowns, and then, twisting up
their hair in a very simple, pretty way,
they picked, by the lieht of the moon.
. some yellow flowers which were growing
near them. These thev nut frpnh intn
their hair, and when this simple toilet
was cuu.piewsa.tnej loonea as interesting,
aim as iiiHoij uresioa as it "tne carriage
wi to hare called for them at eleven
BSMr. Merry man Laythroh
when he came on the steamer to Califor
nia they kept the chickens in the hatch
way. the beef in the bull-warks, near the
steer-age and when they run out of eggs
iki suip lay too.
ttShun doctors and doctors drags,
t i - VI II . ..
yuu wisa to oe weii, was tne seventn,
Just and best rule of health laid down
n i a it
me iamous pnysician uoumaa
The Severe Requirements of Art.
" Art is indeed a long labor, no matter
bow amply nature has bestowed the gift
of the artistic faculty. , In most cases
this has shown itself early, and illus
trations of apparent precocity have been
noted in the lives or most groat artists.
The anecdote related of Wost ia well
known. When only soven years old,
struck with the beauty of the sleeping
infant of his eldest sister wliilo watching
by its cradle, he ran to seek some paper,
and forthwith drew its portrait in red and
black ink. The littlo incident revealed
the artist in him, and it was found iin
ptisible to draw him from his bent.
West might have been a greater painter
had he not been injurad by too early suc
cess; his fame, though great, was not pur
chased by study, trials, and difficulties,
and it has not been enduring. Itiohard
Wilson, when a mere child, indulged h im
self with tracing figures of men and ani
mals on the walls of his father's house
with a burnt stick. He first directed his
attention to portrait pnintinj?; but when
in Italy, calling one day at tho house of
Zucarolli, and growing weary with wait
ing, he began painting the scene on which
his friend's window looked. Whon 55 u
carelli arrived, ho was so oharraed with
the picture, that he asked if Wilson had
not studied landscape, to which he replied
that he had not "That I advise you,"
said the other, "to try, for you aro sure
of great sueoess." Wilson adopted the
advice, studied and worked hurd, and
Wanio our first great English landscape
painter. Sir Joshua Key nolds, when a
noy, forgot his lesson, and took 1 pleasure
only in drawing, for which his father was
iiecustomcd to rebuke him. The boy was
destined for the profession of physic, but
bis strong instinct for art could not- be
repressed, and he became a painter.
Gainsborough wont sketching, whon a
scool-boy, in the woods of Sudbury, and
at twelve he was a confirmed artist: he
was a keen observer and a hard worker,
no picturesque feature of any scone he
had once looked upon escaping his dili
gnnt pencil. William Blaket a hosior's
son, employed himself in drawing designs
on the back of his father's shop-bill;), and
making sketohos on tho counter. Edward
Bird, when a child only thrco or four
years old, would mount a chair and draw
figures on tho walls, which he called
Frenoh and English soldiers A box of
colors was purchased for him, and his
father, desirous of turning his love of Brt
to account, put him apprentice to a maker
of tea-trays I Out of this trade ho gradu
ally raised himself, by study and labor, to
the rank of a lloyal Academician.
A Delicate Restaurateur and his Delinquent
The Cafe Foy is a oelebrated Taris res
taurant It has, or had, a standing rule
never to call back, or ask on explanation
from any idividual leaving the establish
ment without paying. The doctrine was,
if the gentleman is merely forgetful, he
will rectify bis error the next day; it the
omission la a swindle, it is hotter to suffer
the loss than provoke publioity, and per
haps unpleasant consequences. For fivo
years an individual had breakfasted reg
ularly at the Cafe Foy and ' as regularly
had acquitted each morning's indebtness.
At last he ommitted to do so, but no
notice was taken of it Ho went on in
the same way for a week, but as he was
on habitul of so lorn? standing,"it excited
no uneasiness. The waiter finally asked
the proprietor if he should remind the
gentleman of his delinquency. "13y no
means," was the reply. "He has been
punctual in his payments for fivo years,
and if ho is less so now, it is, perhaps,
that he is in want of money. At any
rate, do not let him sopposo, by a look or
word, or any want of attention, that his
rocent irregularity has boen noticed."
At tho end of eight months, the gentle
man disappeared, leaving his bill unset
tled. It was put down to profit and loss,
and, in five years moro, had passed from
the recollection, of tho master of the
house. Not long ago ho received from a
distant port, a shipment or genuine Aloka,
worth about a thousand dollars ""and a
draft upon a Paris banker for one thou
sand one hundred lrancs, the approxi
mate amount of two hundred and fifty
breakfasts. The latter was a reimburse
ment the former a "recognition of an
act of delicacy, rare in any station of
Poverty the Origin of Aetists. It
is indeed romarkable that the most dis
tinguished artists of our own country have
not been born iu an artistic sphere, or in
a position of life more than ordinarily fa
vorablo to the culture of artistic genius.
They have nearly all had to forco thoir
way upward in the face of poverty and
manifold obstructions. Thus Gainsbo
rough and Ilacon were the sons of cloth
workers; Barry was an Irish sailor-boy,
and Maolise a banker's epprentico at
Cork; Opie endltomney, like lnigo Jones,
were oarpenters; West was the son of a
small Quaker farmer in Pennsylvania:
Northcote" wus a watchmaker, Jackson a
tailor, and Etty a printer; Iteynolds, Wil
son, and Wilkie were the sons of clergy
men; Lawrence was the son of a publi
can, and Turner of a barber. Several of
our painters, it is true, originally had
some connection witn art, though in
very humble way, such as ilaxman,
whose father sold plaster casts; Bird, who
ornamented tea-trays; Martin, who was
ooaoh-painter; Wright and Gilpin, who
were ship-painters; Uiantrey, who was
carver and gilder; and David Cox, Ktans-
rieid, and ltoberts, who were soene-paint-
Thb Anvil and Bellows. A splenetic
blacksmith, who fancied himself sick,
would often toaze a neighboring physi
cian to give him relief The physician,
knowing him to he in pertect health, yet
not willing to offend him, told him that he
must be very careful in his diet, and not
to eat anything that was heavy or windy.
The blacksmith went off satisfied; but on
casting in his mind what food was heavy
and windy, and being ignorant, he posted
back to the doctor who, boing out
patience with his patient, said, "Don't
you know what things are heavy and
windy?" "No," answered the blacksmith.
"Why, then, 1 will tell yon," said the
doctor. "There's your anvil is heavy.
and your bellows is windy; do yon eat
neither, ana you u do well enough."
HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEB-HIVE GALLERY, cor
nor of Fifth and Western-row. Photogrsths,
Melalnotypei and Ambrotypes taken cheaper than
elsewhere In the city. Oil Colored Photographs
made of all ilr.ee, from life to the smallest miniature.
('Glare ueauj set in uockais, uresst-pini, ringer
rings and Braoeleta. All work warranted,
uolt-ar A. B. BLOOil, Artist.
W. Cass, an English writer, thus
expresses himself in a recent nnmher ; of
the Herald of Peace, a London paper.
Suoh sentiments have not been usually
associated with tlTe name he bears: ;
"The blots upon the American esoutoh
eon are its, slavery and its allowing men
to arm. And these ore precisely the
things which grieve the hearts of all good
Amcrionn citizens. Without arms where
would slavery be? -The prop of that
dark and dismal system which doolares
the right of man to hold property in man
is tho system of arming. ' ...
SJ"Suppose a man and a girl were to
got married; the man is thirty-five years
old, and the girl five years; this makes the
man seven times as old as the girl; and
they live together -until the girl is ten
years old; this makes the man forty years
old, and four times as old as the girt and
they still live until she is-fifteen years old;
tho man would be forty-five, and this
makes him throe times as old; and they
still live on till the man is twice as old,
and so on. Now how long would they
have to live to make the girl as old as the
man, at the same ratio. -
TTSEJUL IN EVERY HOUSE FOR
1J Unending Furniture, Ton, Crockery, Glass
ware, Ac. . ,
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedarstrset, New York.
Adilress HKNKY 0. SPALDING A CO..
Box No. ,tno, Dew York.
Put up for Dealer! Id Caeca oontaluiug four, eight,
and twelve doien a b'antiful Lithograph Show.
C rd ywiaiaocTtag each package, (dejla
THIS MOST RElIAHtiE FIRE AWD
BUnoLAB PUOOF SAriS.-Thor have given
moro Btitlafuctlon than any other now In nn.
We offer a reward of ONK TEIOUSANI DOT,.
T.&lfw tn ftnv n.)mnn thafc oin. os to the Dreaent
tiine.shnwa alugfe Instance wherein they have foiled
to iircserve their contonte.
With tills SAFUS we challenge all oompstltlon, as
being the heat Klro J'roof, Bnrglnr Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and ar willing to
tent with aur eatabllsnmnat jn tne union, aua ine
mrtv fniltiiar flint, to forfeit to the other, the earn
Wo aro prepared to farnleh a better Safe, and at lena
cost, than any other manatacturer in the United
wound-band Safe of other makers, also on hand.
WerespectfullyiDvltetheimblloto call and exam
ine our (lock before purohaaing elsewhere.
11 ALL, OAliltOLL ft 00.,
angT yvyt Hoa. t and 17 Kmt Columbia atreet.
WINDER'S PATENT SPRING-CORD
BED-BOTTOM can ba applied to any
hedflteatl. nlil or new. Ill teu minutes. BltMtlu
Durable Cheap. Lhpeniixa eutirely with slats, of
wulcn so munti compliant is inaa. visa, an aHwrc-
mtmt of Bedsteads
r suln. with SDrliior Hottems In.
Uul I ana examine inomai no. 17Z viue-smxtt.
Coal Cooking Stove,
, AWAEDXO TBI BILVIB MBD4.T,
Held at aaciTllle, Oo.ohr -MANUFACTURED
SAMPLH AID .ALE-BOOMS,
IVos. SI and S3 Yinc-st,
(Seoni) door Below Columbia,)
$U0. $30. $30. $ao.
TMrty-DollBj Double Lock-Stitth
8I0UBKD BY BXOXNT LETTEE8 PATaTNT.
rilfllS MACHINE HAS BE1N PBO
JL NOUNUUI) by all eaaawettwi lad go, whs
hare seen it, to be the beat and most aeitraiile rani.
Ilytlewlng Machine evsr Introduoed, reanursUaM
11 price. 11 win sew an ainns oi iamuy goods,
rom the Terr thickest to the Terr finest fabrics mada.
ami usttn an kiiiu. ui uruiu, irum uu. o to aiu.
ns el i oseii es sf lis nsesiae.
Hrndfora circular, or vail and see It in ODoratlnni
Dpn early application, Btate and Uoonty Bights may
An entirgetto person can make a fortune In a short
time. Agents waniea in an nnsom territory.
. . 11. sj. itvivwaiAn,
80 Is and exolnslTS agent (or the United States.
. sQPMtot . . itf Wst r otirth-itrt fUJ.ni,
(BioeasaoT to Mtbm A Mj
MaBafgctarerf and Wholiale Dcalwrt
FINE AND PUIS CANDIES,
J. i ElTLEtt'8 ' ;
Excchior Fluid r Injts.
Hannfactory, S Vint St M
JJs Save the Pieces 1 ?s-
v,M Door Locks,
It. B. CAB AID SWITCH LOCKS,
Door and GatfcSpringi,
' HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
' Bells Hung. Keys Fitted.
The public are reivectfullyUTlted to call and ex.
amine the Tarious pat Urns audi prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
No. US fifth-street, id door from Bao.
A. B. COLVILLE,
Scale ntaaalWetarrf t-i
No. 41 Hast Second-street, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Cincinnati, Keeps orcry a eioripuon oi
Oasmiarr, PlQJferns, Oati
tfle, Katlraad Depot,
an rue, fen
Bepatrngdonaon the sgwrseat notlca. nol-Sni
B. KITTItEDGE & CO
134 BAD! BTBKBI, OIH01NRATI. 0.;
KIT AEDOE Jfc FOLtOM, -
II St. Ohfcrlss street, lew Orleans, La
Inpartsrrg f Gins ok Sterlla Apparalaa,
aid DPitsrg ttr ot rtroaav 1
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
mfAffumiuRiRS op bar, shet
Hi end Boiler Iron. Plow Slabs, lUi!roa Iflket
to. Alao, Agents tut tne sale of lronton StM liaUi
Warerooma Mo. II BaatBaoond Btraet, OhxlnnaM
i&AH!nIrontfnortr. ' MS
CLKANSR 01 SINKS AND VAULTS,
Ho. 9 fltitfctreet,botwen Vine and Haoo, in
the Medical Uolleae, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persanswbo
mar faror Mm wltb their patrouk(e,oan rolj pnno.
Money! Money! Money!.
. llemerad fraai fid Wait SUIswalraat.
TMT01TY LOANKDON WATCH1SS, JIW.
1.IJBLBLBT anJ I
Ktes of intwent.
ILBT anJ all kinds of Herohandlge. at low
a ton of intwent, at Do. 173 Ylna-itreet,
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
' DO. 81 fITTH-STBIST, SOUTH BIDS, '
(Near the corner of Vine,)
C. I VICftlES, Proprttof.'
Oytri and Game serred In all styles. Meals at all
heure ...... nolyn
11. P. EL1AS'
WITCH A JEWELRY II011SB
16 West Fourth Street
When can be had eTery article appertaining to tht
Business at much lasa prlea, tot OABH, than
baa eyer before been offered In this market.
IVK UI A CALL
: JKW1LES) y
No. UH N. Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, between
,1 -1 . - 1 VI lll-l .1
nwum auu T 11115. uiuviuubu.
A good amortmont of 61 L V B B aod P L AT ED W ABA,
Di'aur&uiiB, eio., aept coniianuy on nana.
HBHOial attention atvan to GlAanina and BeDalrlna
Watohesfnd Jewelry. mylO
BEGGS SMITM, Ho. West 4th St.
A BX NOW REC1IVIN0 ADDITIONS TO
ClL their large assortment of Watches. Jewelry.
suyexwara anu aianionoa.
A flne assortmont of Plated Tea Seta and On tier
and Opera Glasses. m
HEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DIt. SAM'L S1LSBE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THB BKIN, BHBUMATIHB, D1SEA8BS Or
WOMEN, and inch Chronlo oomplalntaas may be
benefitted by the Hygyenlo and Atmopathlo system
of bis ofuoe. .
Vapor, Bnlphnr, Iodine, Arsenio, Mercnry, Tur
kish, Bnsslan and Bleotro-Ohemical Baths, a DIs
pensary of Medicine, and eyery manner of JClectrio
and llagn.tio Apparatus. '
NO. 57 WIST BEVENTH-BTBEKT.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Ornoa N. 9(1 West Beyenth street, between Vina
ana rwos. nasinsaus ko. 03 DeTentn street, ne-
ween walnut and vine. Orrios Horn -ii to i
a- j ia o T, r, at.; r to s r. m.
WM. M . -HUNTER,
no ana Yiu'-atrr t.
(Snooessor to Knowlton A Taft.)
!f o. id West fourth St., bat. Walnut oV Vine
THB OYSTER TRADE.
. PRKSM CAN
Til SUBSOIIBM IS HOW KICUV
INw SAIIiT. by tke Atams Ixpreas, HALT.
Di"B world-renowaei Balttmora
FrJi Ou, Ij tai Itll Oyiten
E01I1I 01B, Arm.
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WIS FlTTB-aTREIT.
TH1 SUBSCRIBES IS N0WEI01TV
HO dally, per Innsa, hi splendid Oysters
Henna eoBsisteil rransnmentt In Baltimore, on
tne moss sa tonal ra acala. I will at all tlmxidu
the season be prsaas-sd to famish my friends,
tne reel or meatina," with tbe most VJ
BIVAIiyillmsortedto the QnsenUity.
with tbe most DBLIOIOUS
to the Onsen (Jitr. Nona bo
the Terr beat lmnorted. Oreat indncements eflaraJ
at tnts imsortmi-house.
Order slollclted and promptly filled. Terms own.
. susiHr poislieporto. aaj rnrto'
MAKES AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS In a superior manner. Satisfactory
Address Ho. 1, Bycemoie-strent,
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GUT BOOK SALE
A I NO. J8 WEST rOURTH-STREET,
next to Bmlth a) Niion's Hall, Cincinnati,'
Ohio. A splendid Gift, worth from 00 cents to S100.
will be given with every Doot for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
Glrts eonelst of Gold and Hirer Watches. T.adles'
a consist or
Solid f(d Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, fine Gold
Braoaloal, Gents' Gold Veet-cbalna, and a large
rlety of nher articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
Ladles and gentlemen are respectfully invited
oati ana examine our stuca.
As A. KEL17EY,
Publisher and 01ft Bookseller,
noll-U it Tonrtb-ttreet,
years constant duty here, oomblned with wealth, exi
aerlenccnternrlse and liberality, espoclally ouni-
meitd the X.TSA Iosnranoe Company to thafaTOra
ble patronago of this oommnuiay standiu g solitary
and alone, the sole sorvlTor and Urlng pioneer Of
(Jtnolnnati nndorwritefs of lSi3.
Losses valtl la ('taoj-mntl iurftt ut Flv
Tears, BiaOiUOi a;.
CAB80LIJT1 ATII) tNIMPAlBW.1 f 1TH A
SURPJkVS OF 11,030,413 80.
And the prestige of to years snooem and expeejlenoe.
Oyer $100,000 la Obto Securities.
UPWARDS OF m.OOO.OOO.liOMM,
HaTS been paid by tbe Atna luanranca Oompanyia
Wtrm ndT-.liiiiil ll.nllo BlskS ftOflePted
t terms cousittent with solTency and fair profits.
riclal attention glreii to insnranoe 01 ifweuinge
Uontents. for terms of ltoSy "s.
Application made to any duly .nthoritwd Agent
uiniaflv .ttAnilMl fto. ' llw ttrlRft attantion to a loslt-
tnat. Inanranoa bflaineaa. this Company is enabled
lo oner both Indemnity for the past ana seonniyior
inemtnre. e ttrteaisineawitnouiaeiayup
JAB. ji, uabish, agent, ho. sv oi aiu street.
A. V. l'ATOll. iMistMiit Agent.
H. K. liIFCSltT, Agent 171 Vin street. - m
J.J. HUO&AB, Agent, rulton. 17th Ward, ant
WES1ESN INSURANCE COMPANY
nmca in the second story of
J No. 1 rront-street, between Main and Bycamore.
Thia OomnaiiT ia taklns fire. Inland and Marina
bisks at currant rates oi premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly laid.
, . BIRSOTOBB:
rickert, . f Ball, BWPomeroy,
-mi .ill or n 11.11.1... nin.u...
i. 1 1 1 mill mil ii, it j numunr, u v ui.nu.
Robert Mitchell, W U Oonstook, LO K Stone, '
Bobt Buchanan. OGtihaw. Geo Stall.
Wm Bellow, Both Uvans, J U Taafle,
David Ollrton, H Brachman, . JUlaliam,
H Clearwater, Thos B Elliott.
" fe n lriirrvnag Y r A
X. a. AUA.jB.JJkA! ArOBllIOIIte
Btbfhkw Hob8b, Secretary noS
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
, 0? CINCINNATI, OHIO. ;
William Wood. . Isaac 0.
Jamea F. Cnnnlnsham. Bvdnor
eyunoy o. viara,
Andrew Brkenbrecher, Joseph Reaklrt,
ueo. vr. 0isuop, vrm. r lener,
anrcm R Tllrnn .
1HAA1) O. OOPKLIN. Prealdenti
OiO, V. COFilig, Becrotary.
A.m. uvea, onrreyor.
Is nrensred to Isane Policies on Fire and Marine
Rinks, on favorable terms. Office No. I West Third.
stroot, Trust lk. Building. , noeuftn
National Insurance Co.,
(Offloe Bonth-west Cor. Main aud Front-atraeis.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
a-i rr trai im ntmnrvm arrcrai ;5-'
T)TRH3rTT0RR; . ' ' ' ' ' '
John Burgoyne, E At Bmlth, - Bobert Moore,
Wm Uepworth, OUas L Moore,, M Pechheitoer,
a a n louemer, , xnos ung, o w smitn,
uitosa, loos a tiKgs, ' nonry a,iiis.
H. 0. UBNIB, Beo'y. JNO. BDUUOYNK.fres.
noabfm P. A. Spbiuhan, Bnnreyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
fkMICK NO. 4' FRONT-STREET.
vy BUBB8 against Loss and Damiigo by Tiro; also
Perils of tbo Boa and Inland Navigation.
Jno.WBartwell. Allen Collier. William Besor.
John W tllli, JamesLuptou, Chas.W Kowland,
tfvnn vt iuuiuy. jaiuea a rraKer, l n uannetu,
1) T Wood row, BMW Taylor, A B Winalow.
UU Williams, UMcUirnev, Bowman C Baker.
juaa w. n ah i yy Jiijii, i rosiaem,
Q. W. Whliami , Secretary. nog
FIEB AND IMAUINE. .
EaQflO IllKUranCG COTll'Da'llV.
xjtaAV AUBluautiO jJlliyaiiljf .
3. W. GABBI80N, Pneidont. .
d. nr. na&iiAa, Docruiary. . .
lllRXCTORfl Hennr KesHler.. Anthnnv Fav. Wm.
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Sttmuol 11. Tuft, Georga W.
Townley. Smith Belts. '
Buavaiois i. a. Lewder and David Baker. deay
sv4sod mi nonsondde no tues usrnoiioai
(iOajji-aiqtanioQ pa stoi-aj)gM, 'ioq a -jj
"00 2J.HaifVH 'JA A
snnofl not seaman- oinsi roj "ox 'Pntiioa
qioioluniog 'iu,ii):ij JUOii sauiiiosw inmf) ua
auuuau pus jaadu moqpnos lirsjjniafljjwr
Hon dhouis ni in. xad 'sazis 11 v.
MADAM! ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUND
at last just what the Ladles have long needed
.uu ioo.ou mriu vain, tne uterine auxir.
Tbe Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature: Inflammation of tke
Womti. the aidnsvs. the Ovaries, and the Urethra,
iiviapiBin .wiiuhvi ,nv u vuiu B .IUIU1 UVUBUU
atlou.Ohlorosia, Amenorrhea; in lact, aperfeci cure
is aarri.oieeu eyioe use oi irom two to nve potties
01 tbe juixir, 01 any atseaaewhatevor of the Generative
and Urinary Organs, of male or female, ne
matter of how ions: ataiidlns. Price 11 ner Dottle.
Madame ILLIITcalls particular attention to ths
following Uerd or one of the most prominent Drag,
lists of Cincinnati.
10 THS I-UBI.I0AHD TUB IiADIgS TW rABTlcmAa.
llTa Ik, nnalK ....... 1 .U i. l
,TD, .'ID UU,KIOI,lini, OI. 1IDI U lUfl U.UII VI S1T)Ua
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
uauy rurHiciau, aim tnemeaicine caiteo tne utenne
Illilr, we cheerfully recommend it to all females
suffering from female Diseasue of any kind; it
purely vegetable, and In no case oan do injury; ws
say te al try, aud our word for it, yon will llnd re-
" w. v. bilu, unggist,
gepIT - "Corner of Fifth and Bace-iavets.n
TAIADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH BlMU-
XI M LATINO COUGH ABB LIVER BJ LB A
cune, without fall, sains in the Breast, Back,
oiuv .1 i uu in, uuuaii., uoius, xioaraouess. lim
pully of Breathing, Headache. Flatulency. Heart
burn. Chronlo Bheumatlau, Billloua Chollc, Cramp
vuuu-,. unping rains oi tne iioweis. limine!.
tnsor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and 1 Pain.
hi at enatrnation It la a curtain nnnt. .ml irivn.
Immf4iate relief. In any of the above dlseasiej
it will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent sure by tbe use of two bottles. Only M cents
r B-jitie so oneap mat every person can gel It
a, a. wot sale yjr. D. JBILL. Unntxist. oornor
of Bace and Piftb-streets; J, D. PARK corner
svnrui anu nainut; BuiitK, icunBTBlII m VO.
eoraer vine and Fourth; JOHN DIGKBOIl, oorner
of Jehn and Blxth; PAUL BKINLBIN, corner
Bignwena jreeman. Also. H.UWAJ1JJ HUANLAN
Wj corner of JlAln and fourth; and Madame
nui'ie, ih wen mxtn-street. sepJ7-ar
Wi B. DODOS,
TV. II. Dodd & Co.,
' lUainrAoivBgag ov m ' -
Fire, and Burglar Prool
B. W. Corner of Vuie fe gecond Street.
Thia is the most reliable FIR! Aim nnnnv.a
PUOOF BAFI that Is made In the United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be lold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
oan be fonnd elsewhere, . '
We hare a large assortment oa fcand, and are) de-
araii.. wvumy p.iwe inas eannvs tail to f leases.
TeJtsa la. exchange. BIOOHD-HAKD BAFBB
wars n nana at extremely low anoea. WfH
, y IXUf Jf un$,
' Feathers and Winter Millinery,
' verydeeertitlon,whlcAIameslllnf at aim
aoea oa Hew Iork prices, wkalssale and retail,
. r T. WJSBB, r
4- ' 1M ' . Baoeendlnm.
FRANKLIN TYPE ASt BTBREOTYPi
roUNDBT, B. ALL180M, Buperlntendent.-
iiuiuig saaM.uu. vi au niuus, lot Vine street.
Mating all present local Insnranoy Upmpanlei aud
AffunftlA. ta thn lnmiraiioabnflineesln thfseity. iftf
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI SHORT-LINE RAILROAD.
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
ita ft 1214 A in Cblcaiio at 1030 A M
0 KiDiui Cara era attached lo all night-trains on ."
,hi;K',-jn mil run throngh to Ohichgo without .
rO CHANGS 0? CARS TO INDIANA!?-
OLIH. at which place 11 nnites wiin riiruj. ,
for and from all poiutsln tbe West ana norta-wesk
THBKB PA8SKN0KB TBalxin ,
Leave Cincinnati daily, trom the foot of Kill and
M AiML-iblcago MaH-ArrlTesatlndhuiapoUg
12:4o r. uL. a en aimio hu
.S9'.'-. i. tk. rt.ht tlnket.offlce be
fore you purchase your tb'keM, and auk lor tickets
yia Lwruburg and Inolanapolis.
Fate tbe same, and time shorter than any other
Damage cneosea tnrtingn. . ...
Til llotJGH TICK KTB. srood nntil oisd, oan be ob.
talned at the TIcket-offlces, at Mpencer Houw corner.
N, W. corner of Braadway and Kront; No. 1 Burnet
Home corner; at tne walnut-street nouso, anu at
iwt Ofllce. foot of Mill, on front-street, where all
neteHanry Information can be had. - ..
,'Oninibnses run to and from each train, and will
Call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
aitr. uv laanna aaaress at eituer omoe.
B. 0. LOKO. President.
1 VU.IIKO HI UU.. .......
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-Western
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE. RAILROADS.
Tke Bberteat Keate swtweaa ClnolnaatJ
. and CasaPas;. ';
Throe Pa,wngerTrKinslMateOinoinnaHdglIy. fren
tbe foot of II I'.i an d t ton t rireets.
A. M. Chicago AUil srrlTeg at Indianapolis
it U:hi P. M.. Chicauo at WM l si. Thia train
at 1ICH) P. 41., Chici
connects with ail night status out of Chicago for
IU. nub. Mill uuiui'iina ivuumwai iuuinii.r"
lis with trains for Torre Ilautet also with Pet a'
trains for Pern, Logamp.it, Fort Wayne and Te
l 'Juts P. M. Terra Osate and Layfsrotte Ac
eommodatlon arrives at Indianapolis at l:lt P.
making direct connections at Indianapolis with La- -layette
trains for Decatur, Springfield, Maples, Quia- '
I nr. Tl.nnlli.1 inn Nt. JiiMnn. - . .
7 1 irt.vnicavo ajxpreM .criTew m muiaaapuu. '
at 12:1s A. M.. makins olese connections at Chlcano
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
Blaealncoars are attached to all the night train! -
Ion thia line, and ran through to Ohioago without -Ohangeof
iniata exoinsiveiy a vrsstern ana aorta-western
I Mnta .nil with f.v.nmhl. init nill.hl.arr.n.iimant.
wit a ait connecting roaas tattioKova. m enure (
West, guarantees unusual care and the amplest ao-
eommoaationa to ine patrons oi tnia una.
xne uompany s exciuaive reiegrapn jiin. i. aim
when necoasary, to govern the movement of trains,
and Loughrldge I eelebrated Patent Brakua, are at. '
tached to all paasenger trains, by which tlioy cunbe
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern lm-ni-ovAiriAnta
nAAMurr for the comfort aud aafotvot '
aieiKers. the maaaaors of thia rood bave liberally
provldod. ' ' . i r . i
Dmoaina-oars tra tuisiine. -
Bar Ba .nra ion ura In tho rlirht ticket offloe before
you porcnaas poor uclsu, aaa ees lor ucaeu via
iittwrenceDarg ana inu lenapoiie.
rare tne same a D any otner lonia.
KKTS, good until need, oan be ob.
talned at the tlcitl offloaa, at Bconcer Bouse Corner
north-west oernst Broadwar and front-, I'o. 1 Bur
set Honse Corntr, at the Wklnnt-etroet Bouse, aud
at Depot office, loci of BID, on front street, where
umniuuaoa rut to ana on
.11 foi Daasensers at all as
Cmnlbuaoa rut to and Ann each train, and w
itis ana an paru oi iu
I city, b ieavlng aadrbta ktslik eroffice.
W H. I.. NOBLK.
noH " ' ' General Ticket Agent
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
GIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THI
K7 Blxth-street Depot.
Trains run through t
.in. run thmnh to Cleveland Sandusky. To.
ledoand Indianapolis without ohangeof cars.
Through Tickets lor ail eastern, western, nortu-
m and North-western cities.
it A. ni. KKPalMWat THAIIt For Uamllton.
ltd hmnnri.Viiillananoli.. Lafavette. ChiCallO. and all
Western Cities. Connects at jiichmond with C. aud
C. Boad for Logansport; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac. , . .
TtHfl A. HI. TRAIN-For Sayton, Springfield.
Sandusky. Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
"lose connections with alltrariis leaving Chicago the
I Mma evening. -AIo connects at OasaJA roa Co-
mimbus: at Belletontaine with n. ana i. it. a.; at
Korest with Pittsburg, IVort Wayne and Chicago Ual.
iroaa; at utyue wiu iiotuwiiu. uu iwiouu jv?.
road trains for Cleveland! at Say ton for Greenville,
Union. Wmclieeti'r and iMnncie,
in a. m kvpii Pslarit ADM For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Biiuiilo,-Boston, New
iork, and all uaatoru cities. Also connect, aturest.
Hue for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
s:4(f 1. ill. TUAIi't-rtirilsnimun, muuruuim
Xiogau.purt, reuria auu iiuriuiKiuu, .i.u luumiiBr
olid, Terre Uauto and St. Louis, counsels at ilamil
tou for Oxford. , ,.
OiIlOl'. TKAIN-For uayton, Bpnnguein.
Bollefontalne. Lima. Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
all points in Canada. Couuoctsat Bellefontaine with
1). and I. B. B.
lit JO P. M. EXPBKHS TK A IN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk. Buffalo. Boston.
New York, and all Kasteru cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for rlttslrargn, rnitaueipuia, iiaiumora,
and all Kastern cities. . .
KsTTbe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. lUleavoedaily ixcarr BATuaHAil, Allothor
trains leavo daily kxokit Buidats;
For further inferrnation and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket ofDoes north-oaat corner Front and Broad,
way; Ho. lf Walnnt-strent, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket OfUcevon the west side of Vine-street,
between Fostotfloe and Burnet House; or at tbe
Blxth-street Depot. , A
. w n ww -r a nisiv a f J A
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Thriragh Express Trlng.
IRST TRAIN DAT EXPRESS AT 10
JL A. M., connects via Oolnmbns and Cleveland;
Btenbenville and Pittaburx: via
Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via comm.
bns and Bellair (Wbeelins). Also. tor'Bprlngtleld.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
il n tt
at all the principal stations.
at 4:40 P. At. This train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
11I1KU xstAire nigns sixpross at iimu r,
H., connects via Columbus and Bellair (Wheeling);
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Colum-
Jim UV1UIUUUB, OTOMIHO lull llllllllll
bos Steubenvllle and Pittsburg; via I
This Train stops at Loveland. Morrow. Xenia
and London. BI.BXPIMG OABB ON TH1B TBAIN.
awTheDay Jtut press runs tnronga to uieveiano,
Wheellna and Pittsbuxi. via BteubenvUle. without
Change ol oars, - ". '.
xna.aiuur Arca.BO xrain leaving Cincinnati
lli.JG P. M., runs dally, except BATUBDAY8.
:io other Trains mn daily, exoept 8CNDAY8.
For all information, and Tbrongh Tickets to Bos.
ton, Sew Turk, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing.
WU. SUIMIV UUWH. . IM , liun.il., viDTHI.llUf
xtunaio. niagara sai'S, nunaira, uieveianot
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the lantern places,
apply at the Otlcea, Walnnt Htreet Bonae.Bo. 4 Bur.
net Hotum. annthant corner of Broadway and Front
streets, and at tbe Hasten lpot.
Trains ran oy voinmoas 1 1 me, wnicn if seven mm.
atet faster than Oinoinnatl time. ..
J. DUBAHD, BOP'l.
Omnlbnaes nail fnrnasssnsaj. bv leavinc
at top l tyget UDiqee.
Three Trains Daily. Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. -Louis.
THfiOTOH WITHOUT OuTANOK OV OAM.
Two Daily Trains lor llacennes, Cairo and St.
Louie, at 7:20 A.M.. and 7:aO P. m7'
Throe Daily Trains for Irfulsrllls, at 7iM A..
J-00 P. M.,and T:80 P. M.j
une Train tor Jcvansvilie e I l.m v. il.
Tbe Trains connect at Bt. Louis for all mints la
Kansas aud Nebraska, Bannlcal, Quincy and Beo.
kuk; at Bt. Lonls and Cairo for iVemphls, Vlckiburg,
Natchez and New Orleans,
une Through Train on Sunday at 7:10 r. M.
BxTtiBNiNa Fast Line Leaves Kast Bt. Lonls.
Bnndays exeepted. at tiOO A. H., arriving at (Jlncln.
ati at iu:io i- Mi, j f '.' . . '
liuui TaaiM Leaves last Bt. Lonls daily at i:M
P. II ..arriving at Cincinnati at H-JKi A. M.
FOB THBGUGU TICK ITS
ToaU potnta West ai. Booth, please apply at the
offices, Walnnt-stree I Bonse, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet Bouse, corner oftce,
noith-weat oorner of Front and Broadway, Bpencer
HonseOIRoe.and at thePepot, corner Front and Mill,
sjreete. W. H. VLKHICNT.Gen'l.Baperintendent.
LD- GOVERNMENT JAVA, OLD MO-
very superior old Rio Coffees, at
Vomer Hlnth and Vlne-ttreell.