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MONDAY..
.PEBRUART 6
[Written for the Penny Press.]
ANIMA CARISSIMA.
BY MORRIS R. NORTON.
Id tbs door at thsnoon of the Eight
We ling'rlngly gud at the sky,
Wblle ton, the Abbess, Id silvery light
Of her nuns floated pensively by. '
I remember the rose In herhalr,
And the blush on her peaob-colored cheek;
The perDuae thet slept in the roseate air, '
And the thonght that I tared not to speak. . .
Like a lily Imprisoned, her hand, . ',
Soft, dimpled and wans, lay In Bine,
Which thrilled 'neath a preiiure eo bland t
That Itseemed something more thaadlviiis
Her lips, with a smile, half snarl,
Seemed the home of an Bros, alarmed
Lest the atgh that escaped from her heart
Alight not fall on the heart he had cnaraod.
In each vlotet ere, iweot and clear ...
Liquid deptbi of dark, delicate hue
Like a pearl I saw sparkling a tear , '
I had kissed her a parting adieu. '. , . .
Oisuiiisiti, February , i860.
What Constitutes an Infant's Wardrobe.
Should he auooeod in" persuading any
credulous tradesman to give him credit
during this infantilo period pf his lifo the
law will ozonorato him from paymont
fur any goods not necessary to his social
status. As to what thoso . neeossariea
may bo, tho Courts have boon from time
to tiuio at wonderful pains to determine
As some contribution toward tho legal
knowledge of our readers, we may men
tion that it has boon dooided that 19 coats
(osclusivo of regimentals), 45 waistcoats,
38 pairs of trousers, a black velvet dress
inggown, and a rooing-jookot, all fur
uialiod to a young officer in the Quards
between October in one year and July in
tho next, have not been considered to bo
absoluto noccssaries. "There is a rao-ing-juukot
chargod for," said Baron Alder
sou, before whom the quostion was tried,
"that can not bo suitablo to any degree
csoopt that of a jockoy, and if that wcro
to bo considorod a nccossary for a young
gentloman, it will nozt bo said that gam
bling is necessary for him. Elovon guin
eas lor a waistooat!" proooeds tho liorri
licd Daron. "Can that bo considorod noo
CBsary in any station of life? If a person
of full ago orders these extravagant things
he must pay for them. If a person of
full ago bo extravagant enough and
absurd enough to order a coat to be made
of gold, and it was made and delivered to
him, beyond all question he must pay for
it; but with minors the law is otherwise."
Horses and gigs, too, have been decreed
not to bo necessities of undergraduate
lifo; nor can a tradesman, says my Lord
Alinger, rocover for dinners, soda water,
lozenges, oranges, and jellies supplied to
a young gentleman at the Universities.
On the other hand, however, a horse has
been considered by Lord Denman a
necessary foraohymist's apprentice, who
has boon recommended to take torso
exercise. And the other day, (as a bal
anco in favor of cap and gown,) we vsero
gratified to find that portraits of Dr.
Donaldson and the Dean of Ely were
admitted to be necessaries for an under
graduate, son of a distinguished member
of tho Evangelical Alliance. There is
also extant a decision of Lord Ellenbor
ough's, very applicable to the present
day (and highly satisfactory, no doubt,
to the tailors of this age), in which he
held that regimentals furnished to an in
fant who was a member of a volunteer
corps wore to be considered necessaries.
For the rest, this doctrine of necessaries
applies only to goods supplied to the in
fant himself. Should he be a husband
and a father, he will be liable for necessa
[All
the Year Round.
The Doubting Dunce.
I cm what the old women call an "Odd
Fish," I do nothing under heaven with
out a motive never. I attempt nothing,
unloss I think there is a probability of my
succeeding. I ask no favors when I think
they are not deserved, and, finally, I
don't wait upon tho girls, when I think
my attentions would be disagreeable. I
urn a matter-of-fact man, I am. I do every-thing-ecriously.
I once bfered to attend
u young lady home; I did it seriously;
that is, I mean to wait on her homo, if
nho wanted me. She accepted my offer,
I went homo with her, and it has ever
niueo boon an enigma with me, whether
alio wanted mo or not. I bade her good
night, and she said not a word. I met
her noxt morning and I said not a word.
1 met her again, and she gave mo two
hours talk. It struck mo as curious.
Sho feared I was oii'cndod, sho said, and
could not for tho life of her, oonoeivo why.
iSlio begged mo to explain, but would not
give mo a chanoo to do so. She said she
hoped I wouldn't bo offended, asked mo to
sull, and it has ever sinoo bocn a mystery
to mo whether sho wanted mo or not.
Onco I saw a lady at her window. I
thought I would call I did; I inquired
fur the lady, and was ibid sho was not at
homo. I expect sho was; I went away
thinking so. I rather think so still I
met hor again sho was offended said I
had not boon neighborly. She re
prouched mo fur my negligence: said she
thought I had boon unkind. And I've
cvor sinoo wonderod whether she thought
bo or not
A lady onco said to mo that sho Bhould
like to bo married, if she Could got a good,
congenial husband who would make hor
happy, or at least try to. Sho was not
diilicult to please, she said. I said I
should like to get married too, if I oould
lind a wife that would try to make me
happy. She said Umph. and looked as if
she " moan t what she said, she did for
whon I asked if she thought she could
not be persuaded to marry me, sho said
sho would rather be excused. I have
often wondered why I excused her, i: . . 1
A good many things of this kind , hare
happened to me, that are doubtful, ' won
derful, mysterious, . What is it, then, that
causes doubt and mystery to attend to the
ways of men? It is the want of fact
This is a matter-of-fact world, and in
order to act well in it, we must deal in
iuattcr-of-faot way. '
t&" "Mother, I should not bo surprised
if our Susan got choked somo day,
"Why.mysonr . , , r,
"Uooauso hor bean twisted his arm right
around her nock the other night ana if
ho hadn't kissed him he would have
ntranglcd her; besides, mother, ho sits by
her and whisper, to her and hugs her."
"Why, Edward, Susan does not "Offer
that, does she?" 1
"Suffor that-golly aha lotos it" -
" .ir . . , .. . .
A Lawyer Retained for an Unexpected
Client.
Tho San Andreas Indopendont tolls tho
following anecdote of CoL J., (Col James,
we suspect) a San Franoioo lawyer, who,
during the late campaign, put up for the
night at a hotel in one of the northern
counties. The Colonel "went in" to a lit
tle game of poker, (now we'ro certain)
and "went through, and soon crept off
to bed. ; coon alter, a brawny specimen
of Pike, dressed in 'jeans" and wolf-skin
cap, arrived in search of legal advice. He
was taken immediately to tho Colonol's
room, whore, after wolf-skin had shaken
the legal gont'eman into oonsoiousness,
tho foluowiDg conversation ooourred: .'
"Are you Squiro J 7"
"Yes, what do you wont, old boy?".
"Well, Squiro, reckon I sholl hov tor
git a feller o' your sort far tur plead a
lawsuit" '
"What,s it about, my good man?"
"Bout a hoss." . ,
Horo the Colonel was all attention
and courtesy. He raised himself on his
elbows and put his ear olose to the oliont's
lips. Ilore, he at once conoluded, was a
chanoe to got even on the night's lossos at
poker a $300, perhaps a $G00 horse in
dispute, and bright visions of a $100 feo
flitted rapidly across his mind. -S
"State all the oiroumstanoes if you
ploaso, my kind friend." i i ,
"Wall, said old wolf skin, "yor soe as
I borry'd this 'ere hoss uv a fellor named
Flipkins, what keeps a ohickon ranch on
Poverty Slide, (tho CoL drew his head in
six inohos) an' arter I'd rid tho sway
baokod, moon oyed old critter toll nfc'it,
(here down wont tho elbows) I korricd
the wind-Booker outon tho yard (tho Col
onel's hoad struck tho pillow) an staked
his spavin'd bonos on a hill 'mong the
tall grass, to givo his hido-bound carcass a
ohance for good provondor. (Tho Colonel
waived his hand impatiently, but tho old
wolf went on.) Wall, a rattlo snako bit
'im on tho glandorod snout, an' now tho
tarnal critter's got the big-head, an' ole
Flipkins wants mo tor pay damages.
Yu va hoarn tho oaso, Squiro."
"What's the damages? roarod tho Col
onel. ,
"F-i-v-e dollars!"
. His head Buddonly poppod under tho
cover, and the now raving Colonol shouted
'Take yourself out of this, I'm rotainod
for tho snakol"
The Famous Black Doctor in Paris.
The New York Express gives this ac
count of a Paris notability:
The medioal and soiontiflo world in
Paris have, for over a year, beon greatly
excited by the presence in that metropo
lis of a man who pretended to havo dis
covered sovereign cures for a variety of
the ills that flesh is heir to, but whoso
speciality was the cure of cancer. This
person, whose name was M. do Vries,
appeared suddenly in Paris, giving out
that he was a Javanese and oame from
Surinam, by way of Holland. lie was of
swarthy complexion, and celled himself,
or had his friends call him, tho Blaik
Doctor. lie had plenty of money, was a
man of fine presence,magnifioent carriage,
great pomposity of manner with those
whom he wished to impress, and great
suavity with those whom he had already
won to his side. lie gavo excellent din
ners, lived in elegant style, and always
counted among his most favored guests'
the popular feuilletonists of the Paris
daily press. lie mode his way quietly,
spending large sums, and apparently not
making much for sometime. lie was as
eidious in his attentions to the poor, treat
ing all their oomplaints without charge,
and affording them the tenderest atten
tions without hope of reward ; of any
kind.
At last ho was called to visit a celebrity,
M, Sax, the world renowned inventor of
the Sax-horn, who was afllicted with a
terrible cancer that threatened his life.
All the great physicians failed to give him
relief, but the Black Doctor cured him
effectually.
The whole city was now moved about
the Black Doctor, and his fame spread to
England and even to this country. He
hod his warm admirers and his titter op
ponents; but preserved h;s calm, onward
course, regardless of praise or ceasure.
He lived in the greatest luxury; drovo tho
most elegant equipages, and bore himself
with tho air of a prince. His private
office was crowded with patients of wealth
and rank. His fees variod from one to
forty thousand francs; and he novor looked
at a wealthy applioant for his sorvioos
without having one-third of the money
paid in advance For a month tho Black
Doctor was at tho pinnaclo of fame; in
the socond month the faoulty doctors who
had invited him to tho hospitals, bogan to
suspect that he was not all ho protondod
to bo, for his patients got worse instoad of
bottor. At the end of the sooond month
M- Volpcau, who had brought him to tho
hospital, reported to tho Faculty that tho
Black Doctor was not fit to bo trusted
with tho lives of patients, for all tho con
ccrs he had under his charge wore grow
ing wurso, and some of his victims were
at death's door. So the Faculty, nothing
loth, voted M do Vries a humbug, anu
expelled him from the hospito'.
Origin or the Signature of thh Cross.
The mark which persons who are unablo
to write are required to inako instead of
tueir signaturo, is in the form of a oross
and this practice having formerly beon
followed by kings and nobles, is con
stantly referred to as an instance of tho
deplorable ignorance of ancient times.
This signaturo is not, howevor, invariably
proof of such ignorance; anoicntly, tho
use of this mark was not confined to illit
erate persons: for among the Saxons tho
mark of the oross, as an attestation of
the good faith of the person signing, was
required to be attached to the signature
of those who could write, as well as to
stand in tho placo of the signature of
tnose wno oouia not write, in tnose
times, if a man oould not write, or even
read, his knowledge was considered
proof presumptive that he was in holy
orders. The word clericug or olork was
synonymous with penman; and the laity,
or people who were not clerks, did not
feel any urgent necessity for tho use of
letters.
. . flit .'. a. at-L . a
ine ancient , use oi . tno oross was
trtAWA VkWA llMlBAMnl ftl iW A lit wwrl.
UV1 VI WAV ULUTUi OMlj IMlaVU MJ UiUDU VtJUU
could and those who oould not write; it
was, indeed, the symbol of an .oath from
its holy associations, and conorally the
mark. , On this account Mr. Charles
Knight in his notes to the Pictorial
Shakspeoro, explains tho oxprossion of
"God savo the mark, " as a form of ejacu
lation approaching to the character of an
oath. This phrase occurs throe or more
times in the plays of Shakspeoro; , but
mmorw nos Doen wit py tne comment-
aeon in its original oosourity.
The Right Man in the Right Place.
John was boarding at the National
Hotel, . at whioh a Mr. - ,., a Con
necticut manufacturer, also stopped when
aoine business in town. Mr. A-
was a prompt and suooossful business
man, "smart as a whip," as the .Yankees
say, ana witnai (wnen Duswess was an
"done up snug") a genial, social compan
ion, wuicn luuuruuy guuugu wiuuiuuwi
for his Bonietimos perambulating with
something heaw in his hatt
' The dining-room of the National is of
genorous capacity say one hundred
(porhaps more) foot doop quite a journey
trom entrance to end. une day, as our
narrator was oomfortably seated at tablo
preparing to do amplo justice to ' tho
merits of a capital dinner, who Bhould ho
seo enter tho dining-room but Mr. A ,
minus his hat but with . tho brick evi
dently still adhering to somo portion of
bis uppor story, jno vacant soao at mo
lower extremity of tho tablo offered rest
and refreshment to tho discouraged
pedestrian; so ho kept on the uneven
"tenor of his way;" surveying Virginia
rail-fonoo up the right hand sido of tho
tablo until he reached the extreme head,
where he found an empty chair tilted for
ward, equivalent to being labolod "re
served" the property, by courtesy, of a
lawyer, whose august presonoo it was at
that moment awaiting. A made a
demonstration toward the vacant chair,
but was intorcopted by a waiter, who took
the liberty of remarking:
"This soat is resorvod for a gontlo
manl" .
A drow himsolf up proudly,
"flung" one withering glance of scorn at
tho impertinont waiter, and romarkod,
loud enough for the wholo tablo to hoar:
"By ho'soomol" '
Tho guests, who had watched the whole
soono with intonso , interest, cxplodod,
whilo A cooly sat down to tho on-
joymont of a dinner.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HARRISON & COLL.1NS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE QALLKRY, oor
ner of fifth and Western-row. PhotoKranha.
UelninotvDoa end Ambrotvoes tnkea elioaDer than
elsewhere In the oily. Oil Colored Photographs
miwie of ail st'MS, irom me lo mo sinaueei miuiaiuru.
Pictures neatly set in Lockets, Vroast-pins, finger
rings and Bracelets. All work warranted.
uoio-af A. a. liiiuuai.
USEFUL m EVERY HOUSE FOR
mending Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Glass
ware, Ao.
Wholesale Depot. No. 43 Cedar-street, New York.
Address UkhHY 0. BPALDINO A CO.,
Box No. 3,600, New York.
Pnt nn for TWlArfl In (tame enntalniuff four, oleht.
and twelve dozen a beautiful Lithograph Show
Oiird roomnine! each package. (dtflsjd
HALL'S PATE JIT.
n lops '"
THE MOST REI.IABI,E FIRE AND
BCKGLAB PHOOF 8AFK3.-They bavegircn
more satisfaction than any other now In nse.
weonerareward oi UHK, TltUUAWI mitn
LARS to any semon that can. no to the present
time, show a single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this BAFB wo challenge all competition, as
boing the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment .in the Union, and the
party fai'ing first, to forfeit to the other, tho sum
or $2,000.
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
Duties.
Seoond,hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Werespectfully Invite the pnblle to call and exam
ine onr itock before nnrchoiinff elsewhere.
UALiJj, UAKUUIjIj S W.,
angljrVt Nos. IS and 17 East Columbia street.
WINDER'S PATENT SPRINO-CORD
UJcn-HOTTOM can Im annliod to riiv
bedstiiad. old or new. in tun mlnuUifl. Klnstle
DurableCheap. i)iimiiss entlruly with stats, of
wuicn so inucn conipitiiiic is nuuin. a iso, an aBsort-
niui oi iHHisieau lor sine, wiui opniig miliums in.
Call and exoinino them at No. 172 Vine-street.
jnlliam u W. A U. w AUK EN.
Coal Cooking Stove.
AWABDSS 1UM 8ILVIB UBDAL
At TB
state; PAIR.
- Held at anasvlllei Oo ober 1 .
MANUFACTURED ST
& CO,,
SAJUPLB AND SALE-ROOMS,
Nos. 51 and 53 , Vinc-st,;
(Seooii doot Below ColuabbJ ' '
' CI NCI N If A TI. OHIO.
IneScml
OANDYI OANDU
' ; ' (Baooaawrto Him WO ' 1 r '
MAJtafaclorcr and Wholmle Dealwra
-m- i
FINE AND PL1DI CANDIES, ,
0 MAIM .STREET, CINCINNATI
ECONOMY! A
jOTfiP BfispfWtoIlii ! -$&
ZJx Save the Pieces !
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--41.
INSURANCE. . '
BY STATE, AUTHOKITY,
Incorporated 181 9: Charter Peipctnal
WTAcsney established In Cincinnati In 1S'J5, an
tedating all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance business In this city. St'i
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com.
mend the ASINA Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronage of this commuullr tendlngeolltary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 18'J3. ,
Lasaea tald laClnclnnntl dnrlnc ymal H
, ., isBra, Bitx,uai 7.
Gash Oapital$l,000,000.
lABHOhTJTB AMD CK1MPAIEID.1 V1TH A
SURPLUS Otf 1,030,423 80.
And the t res tigs or M years i access and expwsenoe.
ii ITITllITi or
Over $100,000 in -..Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF 813,000,000. LOSSES
Have been paid by the J!tna Insurance Company In
' sno past au years. ,
Fire and Island NavlaHod.-Bisks aooepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair pronia.
upecial attention lven to Insurance ofDweUlnffi
and Contents, for terms of I to 6y rs.
Application mad, to any duly .ethorlied Agent
sromptly attended to. By strict attention to a ieRli-
l male insurance nasiness, inis uompany i maum
to offer both Indemnitv for the BiMt and seourltvfor
the future. V Holes Uisned without delay by - . .
jab. a. UAHisiH, Agent, e. u usinium,
A. F. PATCH, Assistant Agent.
H. K. blNDHSY, Agent 171 Vina street. J m
i.l. HOOK1B, Agent. Fnlton. 17th Ward, ant
WESTEBN INSURANCE COMPANY
OP CINCINNATI.
OPFICB IN TIIB SECOND BTOB7 OT
No. Front-stroet, betwoeullaln audrJycaraore,
This UoinpAuy Is taking Fire, Inland and Marine
Sinks at current ratus of premium. , ,
xiussea nuriy aojustea ana prompuy paia.
1)1 R ROTO BM: 1
fFEckert, , Fllall, HWPemeroy,
wiiuam uionn, vv u wniKnor, vv u maun.
Robort Mltoholl, W H Oomstock, Ii OK Stone, :
Kobt Buchanau. CO Shew, , Geo Stall.
Wm Bollew, Beth Kvans, . , J II Taane, ..
David Gibson. 11 Brachman. JOIsham. '
II Clearwater, thos B Elliott.
x. f . AUJLJhjttii I'rosiueus.
Btiphin llOBSS, Secretary. nod
Firo and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Diuxciuns:
William Wood. Isaao 0. Oopolon,
. James r. Cunningham, Hyduey B. (Jlnrk,
Andrew Krkoubroi,hiir. ' Joavph iUakirt,
AtiO. W. llishon, Wai. Fisher,
. . George It. Dixon.
M IHAAU 0. CUPKlilN, Presldout:
OtO.W.GorusN,iiecretary.
A. M. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is BroesriM to Issns Policies on Tire and Marino
llisks. on favorable trms. Cfllce No. 3 West Third.
street, Trust Co. llulldlug. : nobfm
National Insurance Co., .
' t'lnclnnntl, Ohio.
(Office Sonth-west Cor. Main and Iront-etroots.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES.
' ' DIUKOTOBfl: : ' '' i .
John Bnrgoyne, K M Smith, Robert Moore, .
Win Hopwortb. Olias L Mooro, RI Fechhelmer,
K X Wiedemer, Thos Ong, BWHmith,
JliBoss. Thos B Biggs, Henry Kills. .
U. C. UltNEB, Sec'y. JNU. UUHUOVMK.l roS.
nogbfm P. A. BynioMAg, Bnrveyur,
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABI.ISUED IN 1820. .
CAPITAL, S150.QOO.
o
FFICK NO. i FEONT-STKEET. IN-
BDBIS asainst Loss and Damage by Fire: alao:
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
DIBKOT0B8:
Jno.W Hartwell, Allen Collier, William Besor.
John W Kills, James Luptou, Chan. W Bow land,
John W Dudley, James A Frazor, J W Cuulield,
if x noourow, nan xnyior. a a wiusiow.
0 8 Williams, H UcBirncy, Bowman 0 Baker.
juiiN w. uAuxwaijii, rresiaent,
0. W. Whmajis, Secretary. noS
FIRE AND MARINE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI.
', ' J. W. QA8BIS0N, President.
S. W. BEKDEIt, Secretary.
Directors Henrr Koaaler. Anlhenr Vav. Wm.
Wood. J. W. Garrison, Samuel U. Taft, George W.
Townfey. 8mith Botts.
ddhvhiorb-j. a. iiawder and David Baker. do9ay
mVABAMB ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
and looked for In vain, the Uterine Elixir.
Aug uterine nuxir is warranieo lo core all ois
easos of a Uteriue Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra.
Prolapsus or FallinffoftheWomb.PainrulMenstrn
atlon, Chlorosis. Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect curs
! ?rJSn$0,1.b)r the use of from two to five bottles
of the Klixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or femalo, no
"If"' " '""Jt "tuuiuB. rnce pi per Bottle.
- vmhvhiu attention so me
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug.
"Totai Public and ihb Ladies im PARTionr.An.
we, tne undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; bnt knowing woll the
I.otv Piivn Hun. nrf t.ha n.M(.. it.., n.? t
F.lixlr, we eheerrully rooommend it to all females
suftering from Female Diseases ofny kind; it is
avtaAl w wsi0ATalhIa anrt 1 . . S . ' '
.r.-.-, -u iu Hi) enne can oo injury; wc
say M aU try, an4 our word for it. yon will iknd re-U8'-.
rRHiLUBrMil
ojwt t vvcuorui j hid ana i.ftOO-llrt
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH filMO-on,-
i'WiV1"1? AP L1VBB Bi UAM
mA?'wlitho,!i '?," aln5l tlie Breast, Back,
bura, Chronlo Bheumat m. miiim,. i!h..ii nr.m.
hS!? 9Titli.?Jt of,th Bowels, DiOluess,
?,h "J' Il."0,1.!'..Lol" of AppUt, and la Paiui
?5!fl5iSJK lei .Iu a.uir o? tuo dlseasi
m Ii i v , "r "er person cau gel II.
f1,i;":?SrJ ll V P- UXiInMist.corDli
vn$?iZl lH. fcn'.'Efr.Al PA"K corner of
m'jIVI TrW.? DICK tioN, corner
Ki-htSIJ"111'1 AIJliBElNLICIN. corner ol
ik "V i7 7i "".V."'.?."11 uiuKBon, corner
i-htSI ixlbi AUliBElNLICIN. corner ol
' ivn I. , A1,'. HUVVABD BO AMI, AN
rVia E)wr,!f.3"'!u Bd ITonrthjand Hadums
LLIg. Ut Wo-j Sixth-street. sep27-ay
ZliV. 30. $30. S.tO.
MOORE'S
IMrty-Sollar Double Lock-Stitoh
FAMILY SEWING M1CIIITJB&
BIOUBID BT BIOKMT IITTHBS FATHNT.
fllHIS MACHINB ' EAS BEEN PRO
Ja. NODMCJSD Lv all mi.i -. .h.
nave seen ii, w Dy tne best and most dosirable Fam.
nd ufl i 1I klndii of thread, from Mo. 8 to 3uO.TT
h1 if iopti in iHufihiae. i
tim , "vuii, vr tii muu mo it in o Miration.
Opon earlv application, State and Uouut fiigbiUiBai
--.nw.w rgsavHuau uiniaov lUTlunu ID BQ0I1
U infl. Airnn tm Msatwitiul In .11 i .1 1
ski-, a . H.C. BDRTniAM, .
sepl4fmt MS West Fonrtb-street. Oinclnnatl
Vi R. nnniti
'T"rlfOlHlUDoddsJiCo.iUUUrbna)oddiOo,
W. B. Dodds & Co.,
Fir ami Ilurglar Frool
O A 171
8. W. Comer of Vine (Second Streets.
..Th',J'hm' reliable F1B AND BUBOfcA '
f Kl H Iff N A aTK t sat tm I ll.. si.la.Ji .
wirrwua pntctiy ire from dai, Una be old
oaabafoiudtiwwhtra, " , .
"V T wMwrtmenton hand, and ar da.
ftArmltlMl iA avail avfl a.ln lU.s A. s.AT"" . W
..11 ... m-, ww wv.. an aya ivaji kUCHI WMIUVt AJftAJJ VV flQaW.
i a J . BKCOND-UAND 8AJTB3 a!
AT fis VORTT U TTflVlt mons 1 nrtn
1 PAWAoiOT. wportTltyr-Fo,
& I IniinrXunrH..".!...?:.".1 V.'S ""." . vapiiai,
' Jaliani' t Xart itrnt, M.wport, Ir,
BUSINESS OAEDSr! f
?".; Door Locks, r
B. K. CAR AND SWITCH JiOCKS,
1 . , 1 k, , Door and Gate-Sprag, , ,
HOUSE BILL MATERIALS, .
8ILVEnPIATED DOOB-PIiATES,
I Bella Hung;' Keys Fitted.
The publlo are respectfully Invited to call and ex
amine the various patterns and prices. ' All Jobbing
promptly attended to
iAunn M.nwrnnli. - '
noDcm
Va im rifthjtaMLM AnnvfrAm Kiul.
3
A. B. COLVILLE,
a
' Boal Maanfnotarer, .,
Bo, 41 East Beoond-itreet, tietwoen Sycamore and
Broadway, Uiuoinuatl, keeps every description of ,
Casintar, Plnffarm, fhittle, Hnllrond Depot,
KSia '4'rnost ncnieaf swvtxif -IruM
Waaona, cvo. , ;
Bepalrng done on the shortest notloe. . nolm .
B. KITTREDQE!,& CO
1 -' 13 MAIN BTBIKT, C1HC1NNAT1, 0,: , ;
' KITREDQC Ii FOLSOM, 1
59 Bt. Charles street, Hew Orleans, La
lapartars afdaaa eV 8purtla AltaratBi,
""' A8D piiMUa API POTDia. - ' ;
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
MANUFACTURBRfl OS BAR, 6MKET
and Bsiler Irop, Flow Slabs, Ballrow Iplkea
te. Also, Agents for the sale of lronton tit Nulls
Ware rooms Mo. It Kast Second Btreot. Cluelnuat 1
Ohio..-.;, -j ...
mm-All xmjiironmao.tooraer. . me
LEEiI)lltT lil lv,
CLEANBR OF SINKS AND VAULTS,,
No. 99 Sixth-street, between Vlue and Maoe, In.
the Medical Oolleee, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may favor him with thoir patrvnage,can rely puno
tnallty and Ijw prices. - - spl-ay
Money! Money! Money!
, LOAN OFFICE.
, , Uamoted from Ml West Btxtft-atraet. ,
IWfONB Y LOANED ON WAXCHE3. JEW-
III .1 U. . I . 1 1 LJI. VI I ,
".uni iu, mi .iuup ui uiuiuimuuiavi low
Sate of interest, at Wo. lit Vine-street, between
rourth and Filth. m '
i PUILADBIiPniA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. SIX F1FIU-8TBIIT, HOUTH 81DB, '
'.; (Hear the corner of Tine,)
C. L. VICKKRCt, Proprietor.
OyatOrs and Oameservod in all styles. Meals at all
hours - , nolcio
II. P. ELI AS'
, ffew Wholeale !
WATCU&JEWBLllVUOllSU
16 West Fourth Street
When oan be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a ranch lata prloe, for CASH, than
hat aver before been offered la this market.
Q I V E US A CALL"
And see for yonrseWes. ' ,-' ' aplt
WM.i WH I TAKER,
No. UXS.H. Dor. Fifth and Lodge streots, between
VT.IIIIIh BIIU Tllie, UI1IVII1UBII.
AfoodassortmentofSIIiVRB and PLATED WASk,
nr.UJ aulio, etc., Kept constantly on nnnn.
Bneclal attention siven to Uleanina and Besairlni
Watches and Jewelry. niylO .
IIKGGS it SMITH, No. G West 4tli St.
RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
l tlieir lame assortment of Watches. JoweLrv.
Silverware and Dlaiuomls. . . .
.... -iUD- . .
A Boo assortment ol Plated Tea Bets and Cutlery
snd Upora Glasses. .. 924 .
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
mi. SAWL SlIiSIIElV
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
TUB SK.1N, BUKUMATISM, DlBKASKo CF
WCMKK, and such Chronlo compUlnts as may bo
benefitted by the Ilygyonlo and Atraopathlo system
of hlsoffloe. '
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsonlo, Mercury, Tnr
klsb, Busslan and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Dia
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of llectrlo
and Maguelio Apparatus.
r H0.B7 WEST BSVKHTU-STBKIT. - .
Offlce heurs A. M.to ' i ' au)9-tff
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrtoc Ne. 90 West Boventh street, between Vina
ud Bans. KastDSNOK-Ke. bi Seventh street, be.
ween wainnt anu vine, urrici liouus 7 to bti
A, a :XtaiH F. M.i ttos I'.M.
WM. M. HUNTER,
DENTIST,
nod
qUO'VJne-styeet.
J. TAPT,
(Bnooessor to Knowlton A Tsft.) '
"mnxrnnTGrn
-a' jlli i i -a- j kj Mm
No. S0 West fourth St., bet. Walnut 6V Vina
, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O.S.MALTBY
DIALia IM
FRESH CAN
iiOYSTEiRS.
C0VB fi
OYSTERS.
i6j Spioed Oyiten. Khfc)
ISZ Flt'K LED 0 VSTXK8
RIIHRflRTBTtTl Tfl NOW RKfiHTV.
- im DAILY, by the Adams Cxpress, HALT.
BV'B world-renowned Baltimore ;,.)
Freih Can, Keg and Shell Oyiteri.
nfE"?t5inn',t,M,,-it oovi, BriCJU) a
I'lCBLBDOVBTICHtf.
KOBEKT ORB, Agent
tr-tr
Depot. 11 West rifth-street
OTHER
OAVAGNA'S
Oyster i Importing House.
' NO. St WEST jyiFTU-gTUEKT. '!'
fpnB SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOEIV-
Having completed arrangements In Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all times during
m. irq dully, per Ixureas. his selendid Ovstars.
...vvDnnvH uvpopmniw 1 111 ll Mil U1F II iwiiu., mill
the rest of mankind," with the most DBL101OUD
BIVALVta lmeorted to the Oneeii (lltv. None bat
tl'every best Imported. Great Inducements offered
at this Importlng'bonse,
Crdor siolicitod and promptly filled. Terms cash.
idp
. ... j, , . .rUTBIlCATAttnAi
gjlDtrnoTjjrjjnProji
m "IBB
MAKES AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS in a superior manner.- Batisntctory
references given. Address No, L, Sycamore-street,
iwiiiw oi a rent. - oeiv
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SAIJS
AX NO. iS WEST jTOURTn-SlIlKBT,
next to Bmlth A Nikon's Uall, Cincinnati,.
Ohio. Aselondid Gift, worth from Ml cents to lllll).
Will be given with every book ibr which we receive
ouo Hollar and upward at tne time of saui,
Oifls consist of Gold and Biver Watches, Ladles'
Bolld Cold Chalus, splondid aet of Jewelry, line Uold
Bracelets, Gents' Cold Vest-chains, aud a large va
riety of other articles of rich Jswelry, worth from
Sllo.nt.tnll . .it .
Ladles and gentlemen are rospectfoliy Invited to
can ana examine our stock. ' .ji i,
,tti.,iV,.v,iH l PnbUlhecauaqift Booksellar. ) ,
1 1 curui -fires t.
RAILROADS.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
annrzEaii
SHORT-LINE RAILROAD.
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
NO CHANGE OE CARS TO' INDIA NAJ?,'
OLIS.at which Haoe It nnltes with railroad
for and from.all points In the Westand North-west.
. TI1BKB FABSINOIB TBAINS
tieav ClnciunatJ daily, from the foot of Mill and
. t:M A. M.-flhloaao Mall-Arrives at IndlanatxilUt . .
at 12:10 P.M.; Chicago at 10:30 P. H. , ,.
12:45 F. M .Ten e U an to and Lafayette Accommo
dstion Arrives at Indianapolis at 6:16 P. Id. i , . ' L
. 7:16 P. M. Chicago llxprem-Arrives at Indltnap. .
olln at 12:1S A. 11. 1 Chicago at'llhM A. M. .
Sleeping Cars aro attached to all night-trains on
this line, and run through to Chicligo wllhout
ohsngo mi cars. , - t
Star Be sure yea aro In the right ticket-office be. '
fore yon purchase your tickets, and ask for tlokela ''
tla Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis. i. 1 '
fare the same, and thus shorter than any other '
route. , , . . ' .
Biiggajmclieckeil tbrongh. "'' .1 .! r i..
TliiiOiUU TlCKT8.ooilniitllusMl.eanbeoh.'"
talnod at the 1'lcknt-olllcos, at opcucor House oorner, ,
pi. n. uurner us uroauway anu Front i no, l Burnet '
i""" i-" i in i , i. ii i u i m u ti v-.titM uuiuw. buu a.
Dopot OlBce, fbet of Mill, on front-street, when all"
necessary infonuatlon can be had.
umiiioases run to and from each train, and will .
call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, by leaving address at dthereflice. - . - -i
j" ' 1 . . . , i w. uuitw, rrosiannt.
if:,'
Change of Time November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-Western
Great Western and North-Western LINE.
AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
mm
RAILROADS.
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Throe I'assenrer'TralnsldaveClnolnnaUdallv. l.m
the footoi ililland front streets.
Oi30 A. M.-Chioago Hall arrives at Indianapolis
at 12.10 V. 11., VbluiKo at UKM V. M. This train
connects with all night srslus out of Chicago (or
tno west tnu noriu-weat eenneots at luillauapn.
II. in. . ir : Ti ..... - . i ... .
im wi.ii umim m i.viw9 num.. iiw wmi rn o
traini lot, Peru. Loganspest, JTort Wayne and To. '
ledo.
l'J:43 V. M. Terra LUate and Lay layette Ao.
oomraodatlon arrives at Indiaaapolm at 6:16 p. M., ''
making directoonneotlonsat.Indlaiiapolia with La
layette trains for Decatur, BprlngnelU, Jiaples, Unlu
cy, ilannlbul and Bt. Josepn.
7 P. M. Chicago express arrives at Indlanapolla ,
at 13:15 A. H., making slvse connections at Chlvagu '
wiui u i uiuiiiiuii imiiuuuiiii uuicago. i i
, Bieealns cars are attached to all tli. nloht trains
on this line, and rah through to Chicago without
change of ears.
xnia is exclusively a western ana north-western
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees nnnsnal oare and the amplest ao. i
aomniodations to the patrons of this line.
The Company's exclualve Telegraph Line Ii nsml
wnen necessary, to govern tne movement oi trains,
and Loughrids celebrated Patent Brakes, aro at.
tocuea w ail pnesengor traius. tiy wnicu tney canoe
perfectly controlled; besides all tbeothdr modern im.
ptovements nocesaary for the ouinfurt aud safotyot
pMsengors, the managers of this road have liberally
provided. .. ....
Dmoaing.cars sntnifims: c- inni : " i
aw Be sure yon are in tho right ticket office before ,
on nurobu vemr tlcksts. and uk tar tlnkAU
Lwreneebnrs and Indlananolls.
fare the earns aa bf any other route. Baggage
caeeked throngh, " ' --
tubuuuu tichstb, good until used, oan be ob
talned at the tlekst offtce, at Hpencer Uonne Uorsef 1
north-west oernsr Broadway aud JTront: t'.o.l Bur.
aet House Corner; at the Walnut-street House, aud
at Depot office, loot of Mill, on front street, when
all necessary information raur be had. . .
Omnibuses ma to slid trots each train, and w
call for paasengwH at all aalili and all parts ol tb.'""
lty,bj leaving fcddrasltsilhrofflce, '
. W. B. L, BOBLB,
noK Usaeral Ticket Agent
; 1
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
CIS DAILY TRAINS LEAV1 TBI
K-5 Blxth-atrnet Depot. .,
Trains run throngh to Cleveland Bandnsky, To ,
locloaud Indianapolis without chaneo of cars. , ,
Through Tickets for all Kastern, Western, north
ern and N orth-westorn cities,
A.m. eavuisn!) TKAin For Hamilton.
Blohmond.lndlanapolii, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Conneols at Itlchmond wttfiC. and
O. Bond fur Logansport; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ao.
7t:i0 A. IM. TRAIN-for Dayton, oprloglteia,
Sanduskv. Toledo and Chieaso... This train uakea ,
close connectlens with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at UBS aha niR uo
ujKBim; at Belleiontaine with B. aud 1. Bi B.i at '
Potest With Pittsbnrs, rort Wayne and Glilcnu-o Rni- I
Iroad; at Clyde wltn Dlevejand and Toledo Ball-1
row! trains fur Cleveland; at Dayton for Greontllle, '
union, vvincnosier anu ijuuiicie.
If! A. III. KXIK.KMTILAIN-irorClovelsnd
via Delawaro fur Dunkirk, Btillalo, Boston, Bew
xorit, auo nil jtasiorn c ties. Alio connects at ureal
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Eastern cities. '
3:40 1. HI. TRAIIV-For Hamilton, Blchmond
iiuguBKiiii i nm ill niiu xmi iiugiuu, bibu lutiiaunp.
ol 1.1, Torre U auto aud St. Louis, connects ut Ilauiil-
ton lor uxiora.
SiauiMM. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Bellufontaino, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago;
Connects at BellefoutainewltlB. and I. B. 11.
1 ItSO F. IU. KXPliKWJ TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk. Buffalo. Boston. .
New York, anil all Kostern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities.
si-Tlie night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M., leaves dully xxospf Hatuhuavs. AU other
trains leave daily kxoept Bvhsavs;
mji lui.uni iuivi lunuvg .uu uuaqwi mvvJ m .uv
Ticket oOlces north-east corner Front aud Broad
way; Ho. 1M Walnut-street, near Gibson liouso; at
menewMicxeiumce.on tne west siuooi vine-strent,
between Postoflloe and Burnet Uouao: or at tho
Blxth -street Depot.'
nois ir. moiiAtttpi, nnpeDBtenaent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
mnnnmtmnw
AND XENIA RAILROAD. Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN-DAY IXrRESS AT 10
A. M.. connects via Columbus and Cleveland:
via Columbus, Htoubenvllle and Pittsburg; via
Oolumbnn, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Ooium
bus and Bollnir (Wbeullns). Also, for Bprlnglleld.
This train stops between Cincinnati aud Columbus,
at nil the principal stations.
HKCONO THAIN-Culumbns Accommodation :
at 4i40 P. H. This trniu stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati aud Columbus, and Cinciuuuli and
Bpriuglield.; , ,
Tlllltu '1 'StAiev nwns nxpress llijlll-.
M.. connects via Columbus aud BellnirrWhtmllni)!
via Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via Uoluiu-
It.ii. MhmliMn.lllnuiiil Pitl.lmi-I,. vin I iilnmlm, nA
Cleveland. , i
tnis xraia sturn at juuveianu, morrow, Aonia 1
and London. BIiBEPIDCCAitB ON THIS TBA1M.
4-rutmr jcxpress runs turongn to uieveisnu,
Wheellns and Pittsburg, via Bteubenvlllo. wlthonl
change of cars, '
Tne hiuut BAraiioo xrain leaving uincinnati
at llillUP. M., runs daily, except BATVKDAVti.
Xbo other Trains run daily, except BUMDAYB.
For all Information, and Throuuh Tiuketa to Bito.
ton,Bew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, suuaio, niaRara snim, xruuaira, uieveiauu,
Pittsburg, wbeellne, and all the Kastern places,
apply at the Ofliciu, Wainnt Utrset Ilouse.Bo. i Bur.
net House, Mo. i Bust Third-street, south-east corner
of Broadway and Frost streets, and at the Kastura ,
iMpot. , -
Tminsran by Columbus II mo, whioh Is seven mln-.
ntet faster than Cincinnati Urns. ''
J. DDBAND, Bup't.
Omnibuses call for passeurws by leaving dUrootioag
at the Ticket CMces. nul.j.
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
. . . . .)... ;t .
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
TBBODQU WITHOUT VnANOI OF CABS. .
Two Dally Tralus for Ylacsnnes, Cairo and Bt. ;
jjouis, at 7:ju a. m., anu r.m r. m. - "
Three Dally Trains fnr Louisville, at 7; A. M. ..
8:0OP. M.,and7:S0P.Mi : "
. One Train for Kvansville kl 7:30 P. M, 1
rri,. Tmlni mimimlul Rt Lnl. tnw -11 iml.l. I.
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy and si.no
kuk; ti)t. Louis andOairafor Memphis, Vlcksburn
tlatcbea and Now Orleans. 'i.v'' . ti i
Due Through Train on Sunday at 7:30 P. M, . . ,,.a
Betubniho Vast Line-Leaves Kast BL tools,
Bnndays excepted, at 6:60 A. Jl., arriving at UlncUi. . .
natl at llhle P. Mi : t . . : :T.
Biraiuis Tans Leaves Inst HI. Loals dally at :M :
P. M-. arriving at Cincinnati at S:26 A. M. .. .
' FOB THBODOH T10KBTH . -!. m i.w
To all .points West acd South, plewe apply at the ' -
offlcos. Waluut-stres t nouae, between Sixth and i 1
Buvonth-streets, No. I Burnet llonse, corner olllc,
npjth-west corner of Front And Broadway, Bnencer,
ItDuseOtBco, and atthe Pepot.oomor Front and Mill. .
streets, W. H. OLKMXNT.Gen'l. Superintendent.
ijmniDTisos can ior paap-ijiw. , a oeat - J s
aTkLD GOVBRNMENT JAVA. OLD MO-
r OflA. asd vf inparterllla ggal, t a ,
ia? ' tfenwHtattn4ViflMtrea

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