THANK GOD FOR LITTLE CHILDREN.
THANK GOD FOR LITTLE CHILDREN. BY JUNIUS, JR.
Thank Ood for llttleeblldren
BrUbrfluwen by eartb'e wayside
Tbi dancing, joyous life boats
Upon life's stormy tide.
Thsnk Sod for little oklldrsn
When oar skies ere cold tad grey,
They steel u suasblns la our hurts,
And charm oar uni away.
I almost think the angels, -Who
tend iift'i (terdent ftlr,
Drop dowD the met wild blossom!
That bloow around oi hare.
I I seems a breath of heavsn
Bound many a oradle lies,
And entry little baby
Brings manege from the aklei.
The bumbleet home, with children, '
Ii rich in precious gems,
That ihame the wealth of monatshi,
And pale their diadems.
Pew mothen, I nerd tbsse Jewell,
Ai leered offering,, meet,
A wealth of household treasures,
To lar at Jssus' feet.
A Californian Deprived by Death of a
A late San Franoisco paper relates the
Some hve or six months einoe, an expe
rienced miner and mineralogist waited on
a gentleman of this oity, and exhibited to
him some samples of a tnineral he had
just assayed and found to contain silver
at the rate of more than one thousand
dollars to the ton. The person visited,
kowing the other to be a man of veraeity
as well as a master of his business, became
deeply interested in his statements, ; and
on further inquiry found that the speci
mens were none other than ore from the
since celebrated Washoe silver mines:
that it existed in the locality where found
in large quantitea, and that his visitant
was fully empowered to sell the whole for
fifteen hundred dollars. Instead, however,
of at once closing a bargain for its pur
chase, as advised by the man of aoienoe,
his friend direoted him to go and make
another assay with scrupulous care, and
if the result corresponded with the for
mor, the money should be forthcoming;
the two to be joint owners in the claim
when bought Another assay was made,
and a large button of glittering silver
produced, which was carried to the cap
italists late in the evening too late for
consummating the business that day. It
was accordingly postponed until the next
morning when at an early hour it was to
be attended to.
The assayer, a man over sixty years of
age, spent that evening with a friend and
in a long conversation, having rehersed
the story of an eventful and somewhat
unfortunate life, remarked with a smiling
countenance, that he believed he was at
last on the eve of negotiating for a min
ning claim that would seoure a compe
tency for himself and his motherless chil
dren. He was wandering over the world
for many lone years leaving Ireland, the
land of his birth, while yet a young man,
he bod gone to Hungary and other parts
of Europe, thonoe to South Amerioa,
afterward to Mexico, passing finally to
the golden sheres of California always
in eager pursuit of fortune, which some
how had always until now, managed to
elude his grasp. Having thus rolated his
sad experience, and expressed again his
confidence in the purchase he was about
to make, he parted with his friend in the
best possible spirits. The following
morning he was found by his son dead in
his bed, and with him went the power to
effect a sale for a few hundred dollars of
a mine now valued at millions. Had
Riohard Killaly lived but a few hours
longer he would have been a millionaire,
and his children instead of being left to
depend on their youthful exertions for a
livelihood, might this moment have been
the richest heirs in California.
Thb Supbbiority of Young Dumas to
his Fathbb. The Paris correspondent
of the Boston Traveller says: One day
the son was walking out with Hons. Jules
de Premaray, the dramatio critio of La
Patrie; thoir walk extended further then
they supposed, and when they looked at
their watches they found it past six
o'clock. "It is too late to go home and
dine with me. Let us dine together at
some restaurant; but as I have only ten
franco in my purse, I must call by my
father's and get him to give me some
money." When they reached his father's
house, he ran up stairs. He came down
Btairs in ten minutes, looking very blank.
"See here, my friend," said he to Mons.
Jules Premaray, "we must go home and
dine there. I have only five francs
left my father borrowed t other five-franc
Young Dumas has been poor, but even
in his most straitened circumstances he
has taken care of his mother and sister,
whom his father never seems to have be
stowed a thought on he certainly never
has bestowed money on them. His
mother kept for a great many years a
circulating library and reading room in
the Rue de la Miohodiere, not far from
Madame Busque's squash-piery, or rather
her old place, for the 8quasheryis now in
the Rue Qodot du Mauroy; she at present
lives at a village just outoide the north
west gates of Paris, in an annuity bought
by her son. Hit sister married a
provincial gentleman of tolerable income,
trad he placed in her bridal casket five
thousand dollars, beside paying for her
wedding attire. His father gave her
nia presenoe at the bridal ceremony. He
gives away a portion of his income in
charity whenever he finds a deserving
BUBYINQ A COFFIN WITHOUT A CORPaE,
A curious .circumstance , ooourred at
bandgate, England, recently. . It appears
that a body was found ashore, and inter
ment ordered by the coroner. The ooffin
was supplied, and put in the shed, near to
where the corpse lay. The sexton, a
discreet and careful man, took the hearse
for the corpse, and, on inquiry, was
referred to the shed. wtinra ha tha
coffin, and, with assistance, put it in the
coarse, ana conveyed it to the cemetery;
the clergyman read the service over it,
and all was thought to be finished. In
the evening, however, Mr. Graves sent to
the sexton to know when he was coming
for the corpse. The worthy sexton at
once saw his mistake; he had buried the
coffin only. The coffin was quietly dug
up, ana tne corpse property interred the
nen any.. '
Preserve YotoThouoht. Lord Bacon
says: "A man would do well to carry a
pencil in his pooket, and write down the
thoughts of the moment Those that come
unsought are commonly the most profit-
nun), nuu snouia ne secured, Deoause they
Adroit Mode of Raining the Wind,
' A ladies' shoemaker in Paris, named
Mathieu, being hard up for money, lately
conoeived the idea of writing his me
moirs, together with (to use his own ex
pression) "the biography of the feet" of
all hjs customers. " He sent a circular, to
gether with a proof-sheet, to every one of
them, politely stating that any lady who
might wish her name not to appear in his
book, must be good enough to remit him
the sum of 15 , The following speoiinens
of the biography were read ,in the oourt,
on his trial: : '
"Madame A, lives Rue , No., first
floor; married in 1844; three children;
pays badly; feet very diffioult to fit, in
step to flat, two corns and three bunions;
walks awkwardly, and wears her shoes
out in the inside very fast
"Madame B , Rue , No., two pair
back; still an old maid; borrows children
to take with her into the Tuillories Gar-
don; pays her bills, but makes a hard
bargain; feet spreading, toos crowding
one over the other; two corns and bun
ion. "Madame B . Rue. No. , filth
floor formerlv kent a cookshon; has two
eons, privates in the army of Africa; two
unmarried daughters; gives her children
nothing and never pays until Berved with
a writ; feet flat, large, and fatty, and very
apt to burst the leathers; a great many
corns and bunions, all mixed up together. '
Several of the ladies applied to were
weak enough to pay the 15 f, but others
comnlained to the polioe, and the literant
shoemaker was condemned, for swindling,
to a month's imprisonment
Exportation of Bebs to California,
During the past two or three years the
North Atlantio Steamship Company have
done quite an extensive business in the
exportation of honey bees to California
and other places on the Paoifio Coast
At this season of the year the trade is
particularly brisk, and during the last
week upward ot one tnousana nives
have been brought to this oity over the
Hudson River Railroad. The hives are
brought : mostly from the Central and
Western parts of the State, Utica and
Syraouse furnishing the largest number..
When shipped, the hives are Btaokea on
the upper deck in order to give the bees
plenty of fresh air, but we are informed
by Mr. Wickhom, the agent of the Com
pany, that not more than fifty per cent
reach their destination alive. Whon en
tering a warm climate the wax melts and
drowns the bees, and many are otherwise
killed by an insect called the miller. In
all cases the bees are transported in the
hives they have filled, and some of the
dealers fit up the hives very tastefully,
arranging on one side a wire gause to in
sure cool ventillation. Large numbers
are sold in San Francisco and Oregon,
where the bees prove very tbritly, swarm
inc three or four times a year. The
hives aro sold at auction mostly,' and
bring from $25 to $100 each.
The Trial with the Elephant. The
following sceno was witnessed at a me
nagerie in Blackburn (Eng.) recently.
A young man, who had for some time
been caretuiiy observing the monster
elephant, determined to try the strength
of the huge bulk of flesh with his own.
i here is the end ot the elephants tusks
an iron rod, binding one tusk to the
other. ' Our hero seized hold of this, and
began to lean his whole weight upon it
The elephant, not liking this treatment,
determined to punish his antagonist He
raised his head aloft, and the young
follow was swung from the ground until
he almost touched the canvas covering.
The animal repeated this, and a second
time he descended to the ground, when
the elephant, perhaps thinking it best to
temper justice with mercy, wrapped his
trunk round the hapless and now
thoroughly humbled youth, and very
unceremoniously laid him in the mud that
overspread the . floor. The wrestle was
ended, the elephant coming off victor,
while his combatant picked himself up,
and amid the hearty , laughter of the
Sinoulab Revenge of a Monkey on a
Crow. A monkey tied to a stake was
robbed by the Johnnny Crows (in the
West Indies of his food, and he con
oeived the following plan of punishing
the thieves: He feigned death, and lay
perfectly motionless on the ground, near
to his stake. The birds approached tv
degrees, and got near enough to steal
his food, which he allowed them to do.
This he repeated several times, till they
became so hold as to come within the
reaoh of his claws.' He calculated his
distance, and laid hold of one of them.
Death was not his plan of punishment; he
was more refined in his cruelty. He
plucked every feather out of the bird,
and then let him go and show himself to
his companions, lie made a man of him,
ocoording to the ancient definition of a
"biped without feathers." ;J5
A Colossal Throat. A young gen
tleman of the South, expended a large
tortune money, land, negroes everything
in a oourse of intemperance and profli-
gaoy. . .,
As he had just paid a last year's grog
bill of $900 one day, he was walking in
the streets leisurely, when seeing a physi
cian on the opposite side he called out to
him to come over.
"Doctor," said he. "I wish you'd just
take a look down my throat"
"I don't discover anything, sir," said
the doctor, after looking carefully.
"You don't." said he. "whv that's
strange; will yon be kind enough, sir, to
give another look."
"Really, sir," said the doctor, after a
second look, "1 don t see anything.
"Why, doctor there is a farm, $10,000,
and twenty negroes gone down there,"
Turner the Artist. Turner, the
greatest of our landscape painters, was
intended by his father for his own trade
of a barber, which he carried on in
Maiden Lane, nntil one day the sketch
whiohrthe boy had made of a coat of
arms on a Bilver salver, having attraoted
the notice of a customer whom his father
was shavioir. he was nrfffld tn alinw hie
son to follow his bias, and he was event
ually permitted to follow art as a profes
. Buying Oysters. "Let me have a
pound .of oysters, my good man, will
VOU?" ' . ;
"Pound, sir! We don't sell them by
weight we sell them by measure." '
. 'Then lot me have a yard."
Pbooxiar Mode of. Inculcating . Via
tubs. Two clergymen entering into con
venation, pne lamented the little power
his preaching and admonition bad toward
reclaiming his parishioners from their
vices; io whioh the other replied he had
been more luokr, tor he had mode many
of them prosolytes to the three capital
virtues, namely, faith, hope and repent
ance. . :
'"Aye," says the other, "yon have been
very fortunate indeed. But pray, . by
what means did you bring them to so
happy a conversion r ,
MoT. v. i : .l,.:.. su-
had they not had faith in me that I should
renay them, they would not have lent it;
after I had been indebted to them for
some time, thijy hoped I would return it;
but now they know I oannot pay them,
they heartily repent ever having lent it to
me." i ' ' - , ;
What the Sex Think op Themselves.
I Would not be a man, for then I must
marry a woman. Lady Mary Wurtley
Juontag.Tie. . , .. ,.
What- We Think of the Sex. I would
not be a woman, for then I could not love
her. Michael Montaigne.
Socthbrn Sentiment. The following
epitaph was taken from a tombstone, in
"A i ahe on her bod of lickneai lay,
Her frleode stood weeping round;
She not a word to them oould my,
Nb medicine could the; get down."
An Unappreciated Bard. A poor
poet having written some doggerel verses
to a young lady, in whioh he wrote "I saw
thee once, she returned to him for answer
that she would take care he never saw
her again.., . . .. :', ..,
HARRISON & COLLINS
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, cor
ner of Fifth and Weitern-row. Photogranhi,
nlelaiiia'tVDee and Ambrotvnee taken cheaper than
elsewhere in the oity. Oil Colored Photograph!
naoe or au Bites, irom nn 10 me smallest miniature.
Picture neatly set in Lockets, Breaat-Blna, finger,
riugsand Bracelets. AU work warranted.
uoie-ar a. H. HLOura, Artist.
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE FOR
mending Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Glass
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Odar-ntreot, New Tork.
Adiirees HENHT O. Hl'ALDlNQ A CO.,
Box No. 8,r.0o, New York.
Put np for Dealers In Oases containing foor,lirht.
and twelre domu a baautiful Lithograph Bhow.
Card armmwajiHiia each purling. de21ayj
rjNHE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
BURGLAR PROOF 8AFEH. They have given
more satisfaction than any other now in nee,
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND OOL.
LAltS to any person that can, up to the present
time, show single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this 8AFK we challenge all competition, as
helug the best Fire Proof, Tlurglar Proof, or Fire
and DnifIej Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment .In the Onion, and the
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
We are prepared to famish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer iu the United
fecoud-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Werenpoc'.fully invite the publio to call and exam
ine onr I Lock before nnrchaslns elgowhore.
BALL, OABROLL ft 00.,
WglWt Mo. 16 and 17 Kant Columbia street
WINDER'S PATENT SPRING-COBD
BED-BOTTOM can be applied to any
bedstead, old or new. In ten minutes. Elastic
Dnrable Cheap. Dispenses entirely with slats, of
which so much complaint is mads. Also, an assort
ment of Bedsteads fur sale, with Spring Bottoms In.
Call and examine them at No. 172 Vine-street.
lalOam O F. 4 11. WARREN.
Coal Cooking Stove.
, AWARDED THI SIIiVlB MEDAIi
Held at nnwavllle, Oe abi r t i
CIIAMIMIjAIX & CO.,
' SAMPLE AND SALE-ROOMS,
IVos. 51 and 53 Vine-st,,
(Seoond door Below Columbia,)
CINCINNATI. OHIO. .
XJC. 3NT. OX AXUX.,
' (Baoeeasorto Krai(X0
Manufacturers and yraoHaale Dealwn
v ., .IB- -
im AND PU1N CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
rjIAS A targe and well-aisorUd itook of
m. "nne ureea ana niaet Teas" at
jal Oonw Mlatli and Ylculreeti.
7 Af ECONOMY I A
J Save the Pieces I
BY 3TATE AUTHOBITY.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
VAgeney established In Cincinnati la 1 H'iH, an
tedating all present local Iniuranoe Companies and
Agencies In tne Insurance business in this oity. 33
years eonstant doty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mend the iKTNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble natronsse of this flommnnttv standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Uinoinnati underwriters of 18:i5.
Losses ald In Cincinnati daring Put Five
. . Yoajrs, aidt!,004 iiT.
lABHOHITB AND CNIMPAIBID. WITH A
SURPLUS OV SI, 030,43 80.
And the prestige of 40 years socoesa andexsoalenoe.
Over $100,000 in Obio Seenrilles.
UPWARDS OF 119,000,000, LOSSES
Have been paid by tha AStna Insnruoa Company In
:he asst 4 O rears.
Fir mdlnlaad Nariaatlosi.-KUksaeoepted
at terms consistent with solvency ana fair pronta,
ipeolal attention glveo to lnsoranoe of Dwelling!
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 5yf .
Laviicaiion made so anv antv ntni
imptly attended to. By strict attention to a
(mate lusuranoe basinets, this Company Is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and security for
inerurare, r uciesusueawitnoucneiayor
JAS. H. O&RXIB, Attest, No. 40 HalnlttMi,
A. F. PATCH, Assbtan t Agent.
H. K. LINES ST, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKAS, as-ent. Fulton. 17th Ward, aal
WESTEBN INSUHANOE COMPANY
; OP CINCINNATI, i
OFFICH IN THE SECOND 6T0B7 OV
No. Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This Company is taking Fire, Inland and Marine
Bisks at current rates of premium. ,
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
f T Bckert, F Ball, BW Pomeroy,
William Glenn, W 0 Whlloher, W 0 Mann.
nuoerc micueu, w u uomatocK, hub atone.
Robt Boohanan. DO Shaw. lUn Stall.
Wm Sellew, , Beth Kvani, , J H Taaffe,
David Gibson, , E Braohman, J 0 Isham, .
H Clearwater, Thos B Elliott.
' a. a . Aun.&iix, rrestoont.
BTSrnnw Mow, Bocretary. - noS
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. .
' i ' D1BKOT0BS:
William Wood. Isaao 0. Oopelen,
James F. Cunningham, Sydney 8. Clark,
Andrew Krkenbrecher, Joseph Beaklrt,
Geo. W. lUahop, Wm. Fisher, ;
George B. Dixon.
' ISAAO 0. COPHLIN, President!
Geo. W. Oorauu, Secretary.
A. M. BOBS, Surveyor.
Is nrenared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office No. 3 Weat Third-
street, Trust Co. Building, nosbfm
National Insurance Co.,
(Office Bonth-west Oor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
. TAKEN AT CURRENT RATED.
' ' DIRIOTOBH:' ' "
John Burgoyne, KM. Smith, Robert Moore,
Wm llepworth, Chas L Moore. . M Fechhelmer,
r A wioacmor, xnosung, w omitn,
J L Boss. Thoi B Blggl, Henry Bills.
II. C. UBNER, Sec'y. JNO. BUBOOYNB.Pi
P. A. BratQUAJ, Bnrveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
FFICB NO. 4 FllONT-BTREET. IN-
w BCBHB against toss and Damage by Fire; also!
Perlli of the Sea and Inland Navigation. ,
Jno.WHartwell, Allen Collier, William Bcsor.
John W Kills, James Lupton, Chas. W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Fraaer, J W GanUeld,
D T Woodrow, BMW Taylor, A 8 Winslow,
OS Williams, B MoBirney, Bowman 0 Baker.
... JUMB w. UAUX'WJCLli, president,
0. W. yyn,LUM8, Secretary. no8
FIRB AND MARINE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
a , J. W. GiBBISON, President.
S. W. BBEDKR, SeorsUry. .
DlBKCrOBfl Ilenrv Kiuulnr. Antlinn Wm
Wood. J. W. Garrison, Samuel H. Taft, George W.
Townley. Smith Betts.
ouavEvoas J. u. liawdersnd David Baker. d9ay
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS JOTJNP
at last just what tho Ladies have long need do
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir la warranted to cure all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
W omb, tha Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra.
r rumpsas or s amng or tne w omn, ralntul Menstrn
atlon, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect curs
is guarranteed by the use of from two to live bottles
of (he Klixlr. of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how long standing. Price Si per Bottle,
Madame KLLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card Of one of the mo.t nrnmitiAnt rirnir.
gists of Clnolnnati.
"To i thi Public and hi Iadim m PABTitmiiB.
We, the undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
onr name to Patent Medicines; bntknowing well the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uenrlne
Klixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all females
suffering from Female Diseases or any kind; it li
purely vegetable, and In ao case can do Injury; w
say to all try, and oar word for it, you will And re
lief. F. D. BILL, Dngi 1st.
teprr "Corner of Fifth and Huoe-etnets."
MADAMS ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
LATING COUGH AND T.ITRH TtAt.MAM
euros, without fail, pains in the Breast, Back,
Bide or Limbs: Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness. Diffi
culty of Breathing, Headache. Flatulenoy, Heart
burn, Chronio Bheumattsnt, Billions Cholic, Cramp
Cholle, Griping Pains of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appotlte, and In Pain-
viu,ru,iuu is is a certain onre, an'i gives
taniediate relief. In any or the above diseasis)
it will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent eure nw the uAf an Wtu n.i.111..
b?.,tler, "be&f that every person can get It.
i HA "-' ' " D. HlLIiL Druggist, cornw
of Race and Fifth-streets; J. D. PARK, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; BUIBB, KOHSTKfN Co.,
corner Vine and Fourth: JOHN DlOKBuN, corner
of Jhn and Sixth; PAUL BBINLB1N, corner ol
aiauwanu b reeman. Alio, BUAMLAN
AV?tf fnSro.Wun ?n 'omthiaud Madame
KLLlg, 144 West Blxth-atreet. . separ-ay
$30.: 930. $30. $30.
ITiirty-Doll&r Double lock-Stitch
SKOUBBD BY nitniBMPP T.rrTna pitkh'
THIS MACHINK HAS BEEN FRO
NODNOKD by all enmDeUiat lurfsraa. wha
have seen It. to be the best and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine evor introduced, regardless
of price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to thavsry finest fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. g to 3U0.
No oil la need on teiiof the Maohlne.
Bend lor a circular, or call and see it in operation,
Upon early applioaUon.Btateand County Bights oiay
Anenergerlo person tan makes fortane In ihort
time. Agent wanted in all unsold territory.
' . II. C. BIJRTiUAN,
Bel. and exclusive agent for the Uulted Bute, '
sepHfmt U8 West Fourth-street. OlnolnnaW. '
W. It Bodds VCo.,
. UMDAort7axssi or tn ,
Fir and ISurglar Prooli
O LIP 33 EH'.
8. Vf. Corner of Vine 8ont gtreett.
:, i . ': . .', i .! . .. .
This H the most reliable FIB AND BDBGLA
PROOF SAFB that is made la tho United BtatesTand
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
can be toned elsewhere. - t
. w. "V? ' 'ft' niaortment oa hand, and are de
termined to sell at prioea that oannot faU to please.
Taken la exchange. BIOOND-HANO SAFXS al.
ways on head at extremely low prloel. WH
NEvT YORK "HOME- IN8URANCH
, .OOMPANI-' A01NOT, Newport. Ky.-For
policies agaluat firs and marlns risks. Genital.
l,000,;OfHS2rpln;,l 00,000. Applyto '
. , HKNBI BUCHANAN. nesr Pos'offloe,
H' itreet, Newport, Ky,
; Door liOCKS, '
R. R. CAK AND SHITCU LOCKS,
- ' Door and Gat6;Springi, ' "
HOUSE BCLl MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Titted. ;
The pubUe are respectfully Invited to call and ex
amine the various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
'.-!,'. ' GEORGE MoGRKGOKt '
noSom No. lSSrifth.treet,M door from Race,
A. B. C0LVILLE,
Soala ManolBetartri''' "
No. 41 Kast Beoond-ttreet, between Bycamort) and
nroaaway, mncinnau, seeps every aeacripuoa or .
Counter, Pint form, Cnttle, Rallrea.il Depot.
, . and Track Hoolea) Traoki
Iron Wagonii, ove.
Bapalrng done on the shortest notloe. nol-era
B. KITTREDGE & CO
134 MAIN BTBBKT, CINCINNATI,
" KITRIDQE & FOL.SOM,
15 Bt. Charles itrest, New Orleans, La
laipartara f (Sana eV 8portlo Apparataat
1 ' Ar Daiuu i snK pownn.
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
MANDFACTURSRS OF BAR, SHEET
and Bailer Iron, Plow Blabs, Hallroa tplkea
I to. Also, Agents for the sale of 1 ronton Bt Nails
Warerooma No. 19 Bast Beooud Street, CloMnnat i
Ohio. . v - .... . . . . .... i
IMrAUklpAtlron wadstoorder. , - lot
CLEANER OF SINKS AND. VAULTS,
No. M HI Ilk .street, between Tina anil IUn. In
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persnawho
may favor bin with their patronage,oan rely pnno.
tnallty and law prices.
money! Money! Money !
LOAN OFFICE. '
Removed frm SO West gUlh-atraet.
M0N8Y IOANBDON WATCHES, JEW
KLKT and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of inUrest, at No. 171 Vine-street, Between
Fourth and Fifth. m
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
. . NO. 81 FIFTH-STRKKT, 80UTH BIDE,
'I : (Near the corner of Vina,)
O, L. TICKERS, Froprlotor. .
Of iten and Oaine served in all styles. Meals at all
11. I Eii 1AS
WATC1I& JEWELRY 110HSI5
; 16 ,West Fourth Street :
Where can be had svery article appertaining to the
BoslneM at a, much lesa prloe, for CASH, than
has ever before boon offered la this market.
GIVE US A CALL"
andsooforyonnrolres. ; ' apt4
WM. WH I TAKER,
" , JKWBLBR) ;
Uo.UX N. V'. Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, between
Walnut snd Vine, Cincinnati.
A good assortment ofSILVit R and PLATED WABB,
. Bl'BUTAOLB, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special attentiou given to Cleaning and Repairing
Watches and Jewelry. inylO
BEGCS SMITH, No. 0 West 4th St.
ARB NOAV RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment or W atones, Jewelry,
Silverware and Diamonds. ...
A tne assottmeht of Plated Toa Bets and Uhtlery
end Opera Olassos. . , x3s
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DU. SAJl'JL SILSIfi
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
TBI BKIN, BBEUMATIBU, DI8BA8K8 OF
WOMEN, and each Chronio complaints ae maybe
benefitted by the Hygyento and Atmopathlo system
of hlaoffloe. ' . '
Vapor, Bnlphnr, Iodine, Arsenic, Morcnry, Tur
kish, Russian and KleCtro-Ohoniice! Baths, a Dls
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Electrlo
and Uagnetlo Apparatus. - ' '" '
NO. 87 WIST BEVENTB-8TBIKT. '
TprBce hsurs t A. M, to 5 ' an9-tft
O. E. NEWTON, MJ D.
Oynoe N. 90 West Seventh street, between Vine
snd Kaoe. Hbsiuihob No. si Beventh street, be
ween Walnut and Vine. Crrici IIoiks 7H to SX
A. ' I IK t1V. M.; 1t P. M. '
WM . M . HUNTER,
no ' flfl VJnB-atreet.'
(Successor to Knowlton A Taft.)
N. M Weat Fourth St., bet. Walnut 4c Vina
sp24 j CINCINNATI, OHIO. ,
THE OYSTER TRADE.
DliLIB IM .
'5 (7 FRESH CAN
xZS O YSTEtBS.
1 M . sffflt JTN
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW EECKIV.
INO DAILY, by the Adams Ixpress, MALT.
BF'B world-renowned Baltimore
Freih Can, Xes and Shell Oyiten.
- ROBEET ORE, Agont '
Ff-tf ' ' Depot, II West FlfUi-strmt -
Oyster : Importing . Houses
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET,
THB BUB8CRIBER 13 NOW RKOBIV
INO dally, per Kxpresa, his selmdid Oysters.
Having completed arrangement! In Baltimore, oa
the most extensive scale, I will at all times during
the season be prepared to furnish my friends, "and
SR.T'.'S' "nklao-i" with the most DBLIOIOCB
BIVALVK8 imported to the Queen Oity. None but
the very best Imported. Great inducements offered
at this Importlng-honse,
Order ilollolted and promptly filled. Tormsoash.
- .l-BTBB, UATaUNi,
seindt nolelninorterand rronrlelir.
AKE8 AND REPAIRS ARTIIIOIAL
LIMBa in a superior manner, Satisfactory
referenoes given, Addreji No. 1, Sycamore-itreet,
Ooraer of Front. delO
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO.! SB WEST rOTJRTII-STRBET,
next to Bralth A Nixon's Hall, Cincinnati,
Ohio, A splendid Oift, worth from M cents to 1100,
will be given with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
' Oifta consist of Qold and Blrer Watches. Ladles'
Bolld Gold Chains, splendid est of Jewelry, fine Gold
Bracelets, Qen Is' Gold Vest-cbalna,anda large va
riety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
Mounts to SICO. '
Ladies and gentlemen era respectfully Invited to
Call and examine our stock, , ,. ..
.., A. A. KELLEY, ,
y FoblUker and Gift Bookseller, "
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
NO CHANGE OP CARS TO INDIANAP
OLIS, at which place it unites with railroada
for and from all points in the West and North-west.
THBIB PA88KNGKR TBAIHS '
Lesve Clnoicuati daily, from the toot ef Mill and
6:50 A. M.-Chlcaso Mall Arrives at Indlanapolla .
at 12.10 P. M. ; Chioago at 10: W P. M.
Hits P. M.-Terie Bante and' Lafayette Aooommo-dation-Arrives
at Indianapolis at :16 P. M.
7:16 P. M.-Chicago Kxpreas Arrives at Indiana,
old at 12:15 A. m. ; Chicago at 10:30 A. M. .
Bleeping Cars are attached to all nlght-tralni oa
this line, and run through to Chlchgo without
change of etra.
Mr Be sure yon are In the right tlckst-offics De
fore you purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets
via Lawrencoburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same, and time shorter than any other
route. I . . ..-,.;! .
Ilaggsga checked through. '"' ' ' ' - "
THitUUGU T1CKHTH, good nnHI okmI, can be Ob. .
talned at the Ticltet-fl)rs, at Bnencer linuse oorner,
N. W. ooruer of Broadway and Front : No. 1 Burnet
House corner; at the Walnut-street House. andat
Depot Office, foot ot Mill, en Front-street, where alt
necessary information can be had.
Omnibuses ma to and from each train, and will
call for passengers at all butelaaudall parts of the
oity, by waving address at either orllce.
J" . H. C. LOttD. 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
the foot of MlUand Front Mneta. i ',""m
.A'PSl 4' ajt,9,h1lo0 rr,.t, ' Indlanapolui
atU:l P. M., Chicago at 130 P. M. This train
connects i with all night trains out of Chioago lor
the West and North-west) eonneota at Indlanaan.
lis with trains for Torre Haute : also with Pet n
trains for Pern, Loganspwrt, Fort Wayne and To.
l'Ai49 I'. M.-Tarre Raate and Tjayfayatte Ao
oomniodatlon arrives at Indianapolis at 6:1 J P.M.,
making dlreot connections at Indianapolis with La- '
layette trains for Deoatnr, Bpringfleld, Naples, 0,01a.
or, Bannibal and St. Joseph.
TJP. M.-Chlcago Express arrives atlndlanapollg
at 13:11 1 A. M., making cleee connections at Ohloagu ,
With all morning trains out of Chicago.
Bleeping cars are attached to all the night trains
on this line, and ran through to Chicago without '
Change of oars. t
This Is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangement
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual oars and the amplest ao
eommodatlons to the patrons ot this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line bt need
when, necessary, to govern the movement ot trains,
end Loughridge's selebrated Patent Brakes, are at- .'
tached to all passenger tratns. by which they canoe ?
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modem Ira -piovementa
neossaary fortbeoomfort and safety ol
proyideS"' ml'aerl of tale road have liberally
Dmokliig-cars w thlsllno, ; i ). . ,
aw Be sure yoo are In the right ticket ones before
Cu purchase your tlcUts, and ask for tickeU via
iwrenceburg and Indianapolis. .
eniTed'throrbV" MOto' W '
THBOUOtt flOKITB, good nntil used, can be OB- '
Mined at the ticket offices, at Bpeuoer House Oorner
north-west oernsr Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur.
".sif0".1" 2orBfT' f lhJ Walnut-street House, and
at Depot offlce, loot of Mill, oa Front Itreet. when
ailneceesary Information mty be had. Vj'
Omnlbusoi rue to and frsta each train, and w" .
oall foi passengers at all neliLi and all aarts ot til r -elty.bi
leaving aAdreas at el Iksr office, -v.. .
.. , W. H. 1. NOBM,
"". Osaeral Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
SIX DAILY TRAINS ISAVB THI
Sixth-street Depot, .
Trains run through to Cleveland Sandusky, To
ledo and Indlanapolla without ohange of cars.
Through Tickets for all E as torn, Western, North,
en and North-western cities.
6 A. Il. EXPKEH8 TRAIN For Hamilton,
Richmond. Indianapolis, Latayelte, Chicago, and all
Wtstern Cities. Connects at Itlcbmohd with C. and
C. Bosd for Logansport; also conneou at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
TtUO A, W. TRAIN For Dayton, BpHngfield,
Banduiky, Toledo and Chicago. This train-makes
olose connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at Ubbana roa Co
ltjnidi; at Dellefontalne with B. and I, B, B.j at
am; at Dellefontalne with B. and I, B, B.; at
est vdth I'ittsbuvg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Bai.
il: at Clyde will. Cleveland and Toledo Bail
1 trains for Cleveland; at Dayton for Greenville,
Union. Wfncbtwtur HiidiMuncle.
10 A. M. EXl'RKhS Tli A IN For Cleveland
via Delawure for Dunkirk, BuiIhIo, Boston, New
York, and all Bastern cities. Alio connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
1140 P. III. TRAIN-For Hamilton, Blcbtnond
Loganaport, Peoria and Burllugton; also Indlauan-'
oils, Terra Haute and Bt. Louis, connects at Hamil
ton for Oxlord.
8:!10 P. HI. TRAIN For Dayton, Bprlngflsld,
Bellefontaiue, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago:
Counectsat BellefonlalnewltbB. and I. B. B.
. lliJOP. 01. EXPRK8H TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also, oonneots at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern oities. -
MTThe night Express Train leaving Clnolnnati at '
11:80 P. M., leaves dally xxoxpr BiTtiBnj.ri. All other
trains leave daily xxoxra BvanArs;
For farther Information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket offices north-east oorner Front and Broad, .
way) No. 16 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Offlce, on the west tide of Vine-street,
between Postofflce and Barnet Housei or at the
Sixth -street Depot.
noU ; D. MoLiBEN, Superiotendent,
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN DAT EXPRESS AT 10
A. M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Btenbenvllle and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Oolum- ,
bus, and Bel lair (Wbeellnri. Also, for Bpringfleld. "
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus, .
at all the principal stations.
8KCOND TRAIN-Oolnmbus Aocommodatloa
at4i40P.M. This train stops at all stations be, -tv
een Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Bpringfleld. ' , i f,
TLURD TRAIN Night Irfress at IliSO P.
H., conuects via Columbus and Bellalr (Wheeling);
via Columbus. Urestllneand Pittsburg: via Colum
boa Bteubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and '
This Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. 8LKKPINO0AB8 ON THIB TBAIN.
sTThe Day Kxprees runs through to Cleveland,
Wbeellngand Pittsburg, via Bteubenville, without .
ohange of cars.
The NIGHT IXPBIBB Train leaving Cincinnati
at UiIIO P. M rone dally, except BATCBDAVH.
The other Trains run daily, exoept BUNDAVB.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos- ,
ton, New Tork, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern Pisces,
apply at the Oflloei, Walnut Btreet House, No. Bur
net House, No. 5 East Third-street, south -east corner '
uf Broadway and Front streets, andat the Eastern -Dpot.
Trains run by Columbus rime, whioh hi seven Bin
ntet faster than Clnolnnati Une.
J. DDBANB-, Bup't, -'.
Omnibusesoall forpeatsnrby leaving dlrectlonl f
at the Ticket Offices. , noil-
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THKOUOH WITHOUT CQANGB OF 0AB8.
j One Train for Evanavllle at T: P. M. -j. . .
The Trains oonneotat Bt. Louis for all Mints la
Nebraska, naunlbal.Qulnoy and Keo.
kuk;at Bt. Louis and Cairo fdr Memphis, Vioksbnrg,
Hatches and Nsw Orleans,. ';"
. One Through Trainon Sunday at 7:10 P.M. ' '
BCTtmmo-Fast Line-Leaves East Bt, Lculs,
wndays exceBted, t :50 A, M., arriving at Clnoln. '
KxraassTaiin-Iieavei laitBt. tonll dally ati:M 1
P. MarrlvlngatOlnoinnatlatll:A,M. ,
vl j FOB THBOUOH TICKETS '.
To all points Weat and Bonthilease apply at the
viu. nraiuw-stree i udw, uesween oixtn and
Beventhmtreeta, No. 1 Bnrnel Hones, corner omce,
nprtn-west cornet of Trent aaa Broadway, Bpenoer
nous, vmo., anu asiae vcjpuf,ovrner a rone ana Mill-
preeis. w. tt. uuamsin r.ueu l.ouperintendent.
Imiiibnses call for paasengere.
VD GOVKRNMBNT JAVA. OLD MO
CHA, end vary superior old Rio Coffees, at.
Oomor Ninth Ad Vln-itmti,
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