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, FBBRUABY V
THE BRIDE'S WARNING.
BY ALICE CARY.
Th truth and beauty of thli poem ersry high ul
loving tool must feel. ;
We're married, titer W, and you think you hare
Wl7,tekSlt white-rail from my head, and look
Here's matter to Tex you, and matter to frier you,
Here' doubt to diitruat you, and faith to heller
you . ,
I am all aa you tee, common earth, common dew;
B wary, and mould Bi to rwae, not rue!
Ah, ihke out th limy thing, fold after fold, . '
And see If you hare me to haep and to hold :'
nook cloee on my heaxt-eee th wont of Its slnnlns
- It li not yours to-day for th yesterday's winnlug
The past Is not mine I am too proud to borrow
Yau muet grow to new bights If I lor you to-morrow.
Wre married! I'm plighted to hold np your praise'
Aa the turf at your feet dots Its handful of daisies;
That way lies my honor-my pathway of pride.
But, mark you, If greener grass grow either side, .'. '
I shall know It, and keeping In body with yon,
' Shall walk in my spirit with feet on the dew!
Oh, pray that our lor do not fall !
I hare wings flattened down and bid under my rail;
They are subtle as light you can nerer undo tbem,
And swift in their Sight you oan nerer pursue them.
And spite or ail eiaaping, ana spite ot ail Don as.
I can slip like a shadow, a dream from your hands.
Kay, oall me not cruel, and fear not to take me,
I am yours for my lifetime to be what you would
To wear my whit Tail for a sign, or a eorer,
As you shall be proren my lord, or my lorer,
A corer for peso that is dead, or a token
Of bliss that oaa nerer b written or spoken.
Fantastic Reporting of the Present
The Philidelphia Evening Bulletin has
the following: ;
A land of auoh grand space and inex
haustible variety as this favored one of
niirn. natural? nroducea a broad imwrina-
; tion, an exuberant and volatile fancy, a
original nakedness. The spread-eagle
style is not confined to the Fourth of
July. The press daily illustrates, in a
striking manner, the national passion for
exaggeration. The Amerioan reporter
has no sympathy with unvarnished tales,
llo ohorishes a deep-seated animosity
toward the simple truth. Outlines are
out' of his line. His felicity is in filling
in. He is an artist of the school that is
direotly opposite to the pre-Raphaelite,
and luxuriates in tropical hues. He runs
to startling head-lines, to sensation acjeo
tives, to inflammatory punctuation. The
stern simplicity of all reports in the
English papers he neither understands
nor appreciates, voting it "slow" and
stupid. His constant oare is to be spioy.
ilia btyie ot narration is surrounded Dy an
atmosphere of exoruciating humor. No
'. deeper humilitation is possible to him
than the consciousness ot having said a
plain thing in a plain way. - His accounts
must never stop short of a glow. a
This gorgeous coloring, the effect, in
a measure, of catering to a vitiated publio
taste is not utterly intolerable when
expended on tbo proper subjects, When
no read the inevitable paragraph begin
ing "Mr. Jones is a citizen of the Ninety
ninth Ward. Mr. Jones is a married man.
. Mr. Jones has a family, &o." the publio
hits no causo for oomplaint, however
unpleasant the mode of treatment may be
to Mr. Jones, since it discovers, after
patient perusal of the "item," that the
wholo object of the reporter is to announoe
tli at Mr. Jones (who may, after all, be
' only a Jones of the imagination) fell down
and upset tho basket in which ho was
carrying home the family marketing, an
inuidont giving rise to a train of reflec
tions upon the high prices of provisions
at the presont time. Nobody is materially
injured by tho "dull splash" which the
reporter always hears when the "one
more unfortunato" jumps into tho river,
or by the "roars" of the "angry flames"
at every iiro, or by the delicious jokes
perpetrated at the exponso of people from
the country. ; But it is just as true that
thero aro occasions when the wings of
fancy should be judiciously clippod, when
the irrepressible humor should be held in
check at whatever exponso of reportorial
Fish, as an Aeticlk of Diet. Fish is
largely eaten by all classes, and is cer
tainly nutritious. Great differences are
noticeable in the differentjspecies. Many
kinds have large quantities of oil as the
col, salmon, herring, pilchard, and sprat;
and these are, therefore, the least digesti
ble. The oil is most abundant in the
"thin" ports of salmon, which are conse-
, (juently preferred bv epicures. . After
spawning the quality is very inferior. In
the cod, whiting, haddock, plaice, ' floun
der, and turbut, there is no oil, except in
their livers: so that these are easily di
gested, especially if they are not eaten
with quantities, of lobster or shrimp sauce,
agreeable adjunots, very apt to exact
larco compensation, from the delicate in
the shape of acidity and flatulence. Fry
ing, ot oourso, renders fish less digestible
than boiling or broiling; and those whoso
digestions are delicate should avoid the
skin of dried fish. They should also
avoid dried, smoked, salted and pickled
nan; crabs, lobsters, spawns ana shrimps.
The oyster is most digestible when raw,
least so when stewed. M. Beaumont
found tho raw oyster took two hours and
forty-five minutes to dicost, the roasted
3.15, and the stewed 3.50. What is called
"flrtnllnmnff 11 - rrivAfl Atratavfl n. flaliiuniia
flavor, but the neat conizelates the, albu
men and hardens the fibrine; besides the
effect of heat on butter in which they are
cooked render them very unfit for the del-
Hard to Suit. Pitts is a fast man,
sham man, a man of business tact And
when Pitts goes into a store to trade, he
always eots the lowest oash prioe; and he
eavs. "Well, I'll look about, and if I don'
And anything that suits me better, I'll call
and take this." .;;' . '
Pitts, like all fast men, is partial to wo
i men, and young ones in particular. Now,
quite lately ritts said to nimseit, "i am
getting rather 'long in years, and guess
I'll get married," Ilia business quailities
' would't let him wait, so off ha travels and
' calls on a lady friend, opening the eon-
vuroatiuu uy ryuiax&iuK win uv wuuwiiM
to know what, she thought about his get-
-t , cjd mameu. - ' - " " .
y "Oh, Mr. Pitts, that is an affair in which
' 1 am not so very greatly interested, and
prefer to leave it with yourself!"
. "But, ya rites, "yon are interested,
and, my dear girl, will you marry mer
- - The young lady blushed very red. hes:
, tutcd, and finally, as Pitta wa very well
to do in the world, and morally, hnan-
. . ciallv and politically of cood standing
. y society, she aooepted him., Whereupon
the matter-or-taet jritts responded
We!l. well, TH look about and if'
don't find anybody that suite me better
. ,. ' than yon, 1 U come baok. . ,
My Wife's Piano.
Tho deed is accomplished. My wife
has a piano, and now farewell the tranquil
mind farewoll oontent and the evening
tapors, and the big cigars that make am
ition virtue, oh, farowolll "And, oh, ye
mortal enginos, whose rudo throats tho im
mortal Jove's dread clamors counterfeit!"
But stop, I oan't bid them farewell, for
one of them has just arrived. It camo on
a dray. Six men carried it into the par
lor, and it grunted awfully. It weighs a
tun, shines like a mirror, and has carved
Cupids climbing up its limbs. And such
lungs whew! My wife has eommonood
to practice, and the first time she touched
the machine, I thought we were in the
midst of a thunder-storm, and the light
ning had struck tho orockery chest The
oat, with tail erect, took a beo-line for a
particular friond upon the back fonse, de
molishing a six-shilling pane of glass. I he
baby awoko, and the littlo follow tried his
bestto beat the instrument, but he couldn't
do it It beat him. A teacher has beon
introduced into the houso. He says he
is the last of Napoleon'B grand army. He
wears a huge moustaohe, looks at me
fiercely, smells of garlio, and goes by the
name of Count Run-away-and-never-oome-baok-again-by.
He played an 'extraot de
opera' the other night He ran his finger
through his hair twice, then grinned, then
he cocked his eyes np at the ceiling, like a
monkey hunting flies, and then came
down one of his fingers, and I heard a
delightful sound, similar to that produced
by a cook-roach dancing upon the tenor
string of a fiddle. Down came another
finger, and I was reminded of the wind
whistling through a knot-holo in a hen
coop. He touched his thumb, and I
thought that I was in an orchard listening
to the distant braying of a jackass. ; Now
ho ran his fingers along tho keys, and I
thought of a boy rattling a stick upon a
piokit fenoe. All of a sudden he stopped,
and I thought something had happened.
Then came down both fists, and, oh, Lordl
suoh a noise was never heard before. I
thought a hurricane had struck the house,
and the walls were oaving in. I imagined
I was in the celler and a tun of coal was
falling upon my head. I thought the
machine had bursted, when tho internal
noise stopped, and I heard my wife ejacu
late: "Exquisite!" "What tho deuce is the
natterr The aiiBwor was, "Why, dear,
that's La Sonnammula I" "D n Sonnam
bulal" thought I; and the Count rolled up
his sheet of paper. He calls it music;
but for the life of me I can't make it look
like anything else than a rail-fence with
a lot Oi juvenile niggers cumuuig over.
Before that instrument of torture came
into tho house, I could enjoy myself, but
now every darned woman in tne
neighborhood must be invited to hear the
new piano, and every time the blasted
thinir shrieks out, liko a locomotive with
the bronchitis, have to praise its tone, and
when the invited guests are rlaying, I
have to say, "Exquisite!" "Delightful!"
Heavenly!" and all suoh trash, while at
the same time, I know just as muoh about
musio as a blind codfish. There are
moro tuning hammers than comforts in
our houBe, and and I wish the invontor
of the piano was troubled with a per
petual nightmare, and obliged to sleop in
1 - . t ' -li i-
one oi nis lnsiruuicuw, an ma inu. aa
for mysolf, I had rather put my bead
under a tin pan and be drummed to sleep
with a pair of smoothing irons than hear
La bonnamuula, or any otner ta
thumped out of a piano. '
Scatter penmos in tront ot my nouso,
and draw together all tho wandering min
strels in the city, hand organs, banjoes,
fiddles, tramborines, rattling bonos and
fish horns; lot juvenile monkeys orawl in
at my windows in search of threo cent
piocos; let me be awakened at midnight
by the cry ot murder; ring the bolls and
have a devil of a timo gonorally do all
this, and I will not complain; but banish
the pianos. My piano has cot to co. I
am going to lanch the infernal machine
out of the window, the first dark night,
and, my friends, I adviso you to sloop
with cotton in your oars, or when she
inves her dyiDE crunt you will think you've
ii . r l i r. li l i ..ll
lauen out ui ueu, or u inuuasutr iiua muuu
to roost on your house-top. For informa
tionot "ioung America, 1 will state
that all the pieoes of brass, wiro and ivory
keys they are welcome to, but the skeleton
I want for a refrigerator.
Unique Letter to a Poultry-Dealer.
George B. Burnham, late State Liquor
Agent in Massachusetts, who plead guilty
on the 17th ult, before the Suporior
Court, for adulterating liquors, and was
bound over in $5,000 bonds for trial, and
was at one time engaged in the chicken
business, as will appear from the follow
"George Burnham Mor n a year age I
cent yu twenty-six dollars in a letter for
3 cosoin chiaer chickens, and yu sed tha
was perfect pure bluds and yu lade your
self lvblo to a Sute prosckushn for lotin
t j ; i jt t -
buuu uuui sua go luto yur yuru, or out ul
it either, l bred them on by tuemseits
and never had no urker cookrill on my
plas, and i no yu cheeted me like the
devl, and yu no it 2. The fust lot of
chickons 1 gut was awl wite as enobais.
1 1 . J 1 1 it 1 Q i AiA
dug i uium na nouiin, causo woyr ni uiu
i want tu let fokea no ide bin luled and
suokt in, by a Contemptible yanky, fori
sed nothing and kept shady, and stuok
it that l gut urn to breed wite touis out
on, cause i Ment people shudent larf
me, no howl Wei, the next lot ot chick
ens i got was as blaok as thunder! black,
Ueoree Burnham bred out oi. your rat'
ent jailer imported preemium stock, that
yu and the lyin noospapers oed was pure
bluds. i chocked every wan on em
quioker'n scatt, wen I found um; and
yud a bin thare thin i guess yu Wuddent
razed not more'n ten thousen more fouls
to oheet People with after ide gut a holt
on yure uesaitrui gullet w " l toil
wot i think on you. i think if yu shud
taik to sum onnest imploimont, seeoh
drawin'a express Waggin, or sorring wood,
yud be considered a gentle mann coni'
paired with wot yu now bo. overyboddy
nose how yu aro choetin an gougin and
bleedin the Publiok, and yure naim
stinks wuss'n a ole Hon-cupe enny how.
i spose tho ef yu shud taik to enny kine
onnes sort oi way io git a iivm u ua cm y
dam quick, coz yu sin nste to it and that
wud serv yu rite, yn oneeun, 1 ijin,
prinsiplodnavo. , go ahecLi
em as lang as Yu can. tha wunt fine
out for a while, and yu can ' mailc sum
considerable more Money out of tho .flats
yit yu thort yudt suckt mo, i spoze,
well, i own up ju did. yu gut twenty-six
dollars ef my money, 'and i spose
ohuokled about' it, same's yu did Wen
stuok them rotten aigs onto Dill tamer.
dont yu wish ide paid the postige on this
letter? Yule git a wus , wun next, time,
inhaist , . , ' "B FL- . r
"Poes Skrip. P. S. 1 seen in the bos
ton Times yesterday that ytt Lade six
aigs on Tho editur's table, 8 inchis long
and 4 inchis Bound.' This was put in
that paper i Spose sose yu cud coll aigs.
yu may pool wul over their ice, But yu
dont fule Me. 1 dont bloove yu ever
lado a aig in yur lifo, yu Humbugg." go tu
the dovil goorge B imam! "
A Nautical Bender.
At a dinner a sea captain told the fol
lowing story: ; . i '
Ladies and gentlemen, whon I was sec
ond mate with Capt Brown, I went ; up
town and drew my pay for the voyage
just completed. Falling in with some
shipmates, we went into a grogshop and
treated all round, so that each of us, had
at least, half a dozen glasses of brandy
stowed away before we separated, i I
intended to go on board again, and remain
by the ship, for I had agreed - to , go
another voyage in her What beoame of
me during a month afterward, I cannot
recall even at this day. I only remember
having been bundled neok and heels out
of a house and pioking mjself np from
the gutter. I fanoied that I was in the
infernal regions, surrouuded by fiends
that were tearing the very flesh from my
bones. They seemed to enter my mouth,
my ears, my eyes ; I felt them feasting ; on
my heart, I heard them screaming in my
ears. I ! -
Burning, at the same time, - within
and without, I rushed to tho wharf; to
jump overboard; but they held mo back,
and throw me down upon a door-step in
Commeroial-street, telling me that they
intended to keep me there, and pick; my
bones bare, and then burn me to ashes.
I cried for help, but they laughed at mo;
I tried to rise, and they held me down; I
shut my eyes that I might not see, and
they tore them open; I could do nothing but
suffer; I had even lost the power to kill
myselC Words cannot describe my suf
ferings. About daybreak a man who
came to open the store, upon the door
step of which I lay, raised me andjsoeing
my oondition, advised me very kindly, to
go home, and never drink any more rum,
but get religion. I told him to go to
h 1 1 and staggered aoross the street to
reach the wharf with the intention of
jumping overboard; but again the fiends
threw me down and iangnea as me.
felt myself moved from plaoe to place,
and every one who moved me gave tho
same advice not to drink any more
rum. In my heart I wished them all
roasting. At last relief came. A man,
who had been a sailor took me by tho
arm and led me into a grog-shop.
He said to the barkeeper "Brandy,
your best" and handed mo a glass; but
my hand trembled so muoh that I could
not hold it He then placed mo on a
chair, and poured tho liquor down my
throat, but up it oame again through
mouth and nose, all ovor him; my stomach
would not reooive it Next he poured
water into my mouth, and seeing that it
romained down, he nearly filled another
tumblor with brandy, and made mo take
it by mouthfuls, till it was all stowed
away. In an instant tho fiends vanished,
the warm blood coursed through my
veins, my sight was oloar, my stop firm,
I was a new man. My friend for such
I shall always regard him took me to
the Marinor s House, thon kept by Mr.
Broadhead, and in a fow minutes had
me naked in the bath-room. He first
gave me a warm bath, washing me with
his hands, and thon noarly Bent the soul
out of my body, by letting fall a cold
shower upon mo.
- I sprang a fathom out of tho tub, and
would havo throttlod him; but ho stepped
out of tho way. After a thorough rub
down, ho had put me in bed, then went
out and brought mo more brandy with
laudanum in it, which he made me drink.
I Blopt nearly forty hours, and though
stupid when I awoko, yet felt refreshed.
My friend called to seo me, and gavo me
half a dollar to taper off with that was,
to take an occasional glass of grog if I
folt I could not do without ib but thank
God, the appetite for rum was gono, and
here "(drawing the half dollar from his
bosom which was susponded round his
neck by a ribbon)" is my tapering off token.
He called frequently afterward to see me;
and his nartine advice was "'When you
want to drink rum, fall down upon your
knees and ask God, for Christ's sake, to
protect you; this you will find better
than Burning any pledge " And ho was
right . .
Thb Best 11b Had. An elderly con-
tleman was traveling, lately: wlulo af-
flieted with a very bad oough, whioh. an
noved hia fellow-rjasBonirers croatlv. Fi
nally one of them remarked, in a tone of
dianleasure. "Kir. that ia a verr bad cousk
of yours." "True, sir," replied tho old-
gentleman, "but you will excuse me it's
tne best l nave.
HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVH GALLERY, oon
ner of Fifth and Weetern-rqsr. Fhotogranhs,
Melnlnotritos and Ambrotvnes taken cheaper than
elsewhere In the city. Oil Colored Photographs
made ol all sizes, irotn me to me smauesi miniature.
Pictures neatly set iu Lockets, Breast-pins, Finger.
rings ana nraceieu. A it wora warranwu.
noie-ay a. a. nuuum. sign,
TTSEIUL IN EVERY " HOUSE TOR
J mending Furniture. Tors. Crockery. Glasi
w noieeaia Aepot, no. .0 ueusr-eiTvnt, new xuia.
Address , UKNlty u. nrAiuinu uu.,
Box No. 2.600. New Turk.
Put no for Dealer in Oases containing four, eight,
and twalra dowin a beautiful Lithograph Show.
Card arooitieanrtng each paohage. TjlZlMl
!'Wi B. DQDDS ' . :
. , . , KAauyAmiua o ru , :
Firs and Burglar Prool
. . . . & Jk.1T HI DI"f'''""
B. YT, Corner of Vine .Meond Streita.
This Is the most reliable FIB InD BUBQLA
PBO0F 8AFI that I mad la th DalUd Htatea.snd
I warranted perfeotly fre from damp. Oan b Soli
at lower price, and ( of belter werkmaiuhlp thaa
oaa b found elsewhere. ,
We nay a larg assortment oa hand, and ar a.
tormlnsd to 11 at prices that eaanot fall to laa,
, , Old 8alc;- M,
Takaa In aaohang. BBOOHD-HAKD IAjTjH
ways oa band at wlrmlj low rh)etf t,.; . , tlH
JgT fiS E0ONOMY1 A r-,
JJ Save the Pieces 1
mi 1 -": . - '.
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
' aWArerM-y establlshedln Cincinnati In 1 mi, an
tedatlng all present local lnsoranee Companies and
Agencies tn the insurance business In this city. S3
years coast ant duty here, oom bined with wealth, ex
perlenoe.enterprlw and liberality, especially oom.
mend the STNA insuranoa Company to the favora
ble pat rooase of this oommanlay-standlng solitary
andaloneTttie sole surrlror and Urine pioneer ol
Olnollnatl underwriters of 1H'49 ' '
Losses paid la Cincinnati dnHa SI FIT
.. . . , Knars, 1M,034 T.
ABSOIitTB AND TJMIMPAIBKD.r WITH A
SURPLUS OP 91,030.423 80.
And the pros tire of 40 years snooesi and expeajenoa,
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF 813,000,000. LOSSES
Hat bean paid by the ftna Inanntno Company In
the past 40 years. -.
Fir and Inland NarlMtlwB.-Bliks ooetjd
at terms consistent with solvency and fair proflta.
Kspeelal attention giren to Insuranoe of Dwelling
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 4yr .
Application made to any duly .athorued Agent
romptly attended to. By striot attention to a legit-
to oBer both indemnity for the past and seouxityfor
insurance DUBiuew. iiiib wjinumi
the fntnre. P IIcIm Issued wltnout aeiayoy.
JA8. B. OARTKB, Agent, No. if Main stmt
A. F. PATCH, Assistant Agent.
. H.JL. LINDSfcy, Agent 171 Vlnstiraet. , ,
T. t. HOOKAH. Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward. nl
WESTEBN 1NS11BAN0B COMPANY
1 . . .; op ciNcnwAiri.
OFFICH IN THE SECOND 6T0RY OF
Mo. 1 ront-atreet, between Main and Bycsmora.
This Company is taking lire. Inland and Marine
Bisk at current rates of premium. ' 1
, Losses toirly adjusted and promptly paid. ;
1 DIBKOTOBSi ' '
T F Bckert, F Ball, 8 W Pomeroy,
William Glenn, W 0 Whllher, W 0 Mann.
Robert Mitchell, W H Oomstock. LSI Stone, '
Bobt Buchanan, OOSliaw, , . Geo Stall,
Wm Sollew, Beth Erans, J H Taane, , .
David Gibson, H Brachman, JQIsbam,
H Clearwater, IhosBBUtott. .
T. F. KCKXBT, President.
Btephkw Houi, Secretary. nog
Fire and Marine Insurance
Citizens' Insurance Company,
01 CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, Isaac 0. Oopolon,
fame F. Cunningham, Bydney 8. Ulrk, ;
Andrew Krkenbrecher. , Joseph Beakirt ,
Qeo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
Oeorgo B. Dixon.
ISAAC 0. OOPKLIN, President:
GEO. W. OoriLXM. Secretary.
A. M. BOSS, Burreyor.
' II prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
nuts, on iaroranie wnus.
street, Trust Co. Building.
Office Ho. Went Third-
National Insurance Co.,
(Office South-west Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
jure JtusBJ :
TAKEN AT CURRENT KATES.
John Burgoyne, KM Smith, Itobert Moore,
wm nopworin, uiias u moors, m rocnneimeri
X Wiedemer, Tbosiing, HWHmitn. :.
h Boss. Tbos B BiKn, Henry Kills. -
3. 0. CBN KB, Sec'r. JMO. BCBOOINB, fre.
BoUbfm P. A. BpniOMAH, Snrroyor,
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1820.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
BDBKS against Loss and Daman by Fire; also:
Psrlla of th. Sea and Inland Navigation.
Jnn.WHartwell, Allen Collier, William Besor.
John W Kills, JsmeeLupton, Chas.W Bowland,
John W Dudley, James A Fraser, J W Oanfleld,
D T Woodrow, BMW Taylor. A 8 Winslow ; '
OBWilUams, H McBlrney, Bowman C Baker.
JOHN W. HABTWKLIi, President,
a. w.willi amb i secretary. no
VIRB AND MAttlNK.' ; : !
Eagle Insurance Company,
J. W. 0ABBI80N, President.
n. w. ASiBUSiit, eecreiary,
DiRitcToss Henrr Kessler. Anthony Far. Wm.
Wood. J. W. Garrison. Samuel H. Talt. Georse W.
towufey. Smith Betts.
BuBVBiOBs j. u. tiawaerana uavia Bauer, aeuay
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at last Inst what the Ladimi hare lonff needea
and looked for in rain, the Uterine Klixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, tne Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra.
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb, Painful Menstru
stion, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in faot, a perfect curs
is guarrKnteed by the use of from two to live bottles
Of the Klixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter 01 now long standing, r rice yi per .Bottle.
Madame KLL1S calls particular attention to ths
following Oard of one of the most prominent Drug,
gilts of Cincinnati. !
"To ras Public and ibi Ladim ih PAETi(njr,.-
our name to Patent Medloines; but knowing well the
iisay rnmerau, ana .nemeaicineoaiieame iiierine
Kllxlr, we cheorfully reoommend it to all female
suffering from Female Diseases of any kind) it is
purely vegetable, and In no oase oan do Injury; w
say to all try, and oar word for it, yon will And rs-
uei. 1. v.nLiiU, inmgg 1st,
sepJT . . .. "uorner or ruth and uaoe-streats."
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH 6IMU
I.ATINO COUGH AND LITEB BALSAM
car, without fall, pains In the Breast, Back,
Bid or Limbs: Coughs, Golds, Hoarseness. Diffi
culty of Breathing. Headaohe. Flatulency. Heart-
burn, Chronlo Bheumatiam, Bullous Cholio, Cramp
UhoUa, Griping Pains of th Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactlritn Los of Appetite, and ia Fain-
iui Hensuuanon n is a certain cure, anu giros
Immediate relief. In any of the above dlaeasia
It will give relief in twenty minutes, and a permn-
usdi eurs Dy tne use or two Dottle.- uniyeiioents
per bottle so oheap tbat every person can Ret It.
N. B. Tor sals it F. D. HILL. Drueiist. eonuv
of Baoeand Fifth-streets; J. D. PARK, corner of
Fourth aud Walnut; SUIBR. K0K8TKIN . A Co.,
eoraer Vina and Fourth; JOHN DICKHON, corner
of Jan and Sixth; PAUL BKINLBIN, eoruer ot
KIghU and Freeman. Also, KDWABD BCABLAN
A CO.. corner of Main and Fourth; and Madam
muuxn, it, nest oixtn-street. - eepf-ar
II ALL'S PATENT.
THE MOST RElIABtEPiBE AND
BTJBOLAB PROOF 8AFK8. They hav given
iuuij gfatvitiitfAivivif viiain nil j uviim iiuw iu uro, , '
We offer a reward of ONR THOUSAND DOt
IjAKS to any person that can, np to th present
time, show a single Instance wherein they have Called
io preserve tneir content.
Ith thiiHAVB weohallenm all eomnetltlon. a
neingin nest air jrroor, uurgiar rrooi. or si:
and Burilar Proof now made: and are wllllnl i
test with any establishment .in th Union, and th
party railing Sri I, to forfeit to tn other, th
Wear prepared to furnish a better Bale, and at leas
eost, than any other raanuiacturar ia th United
Deco'nd-hand Safe' of dther malters, also oahand.
- wrespotruiiTinTitBtnpuoiieto oall aaq exam
ID onr stock before purchasing elsewhere. ' '.
mx a u lit uannuuu m wf'
AQflVvt No, li and 17 Kast Columbia street,
F L OTOE S
Feathers and Wtattt Mniiiiery,
Of erery description, which I am tefllnf at a small
adrano on new Fork prises, waattsal snd recall.
J. VrEnB, Jr4
aoi IU rmh-tlreot, Ut, Bac and Uou
::.r::::.:-r:i!;!.t!; ;v' 5 ,
"... . nnnT-nna - a una ' I
r i i i i i i' " . "i. : I
B. B. CAR AND 8WITC1I LOCKSi
' "i)oor knd.Gate-SpriBgi, s
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS, :
.Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public are respectfully inrlted to call and ex.
amine th radons pattern and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
GRORGK ffleOaKflOB; !
' BOlcm ' Ho. 13 Fifth-street, ad door from Baca. ,
A B. COLVILLE,
No. 41 Kast Second-Street, between Byoamore ana
Broadway, Oincinnati, keeps every description or
Conntor, Platform, Cattle, Hnllrond Dtvot,
r7 ' Trok Scales) Trks, , -
Iron Waaone, oko. u .
Iron Wagon, oto.
Bepairng done on the shortest notice.
B. KITTItEDGE; & CO
14 MAIN 8TBIXT, CIN01NSATI, O. '.
KITREDQE It FOLSOM, '
55 Bt. Oharle trst, New Orlcan. L
InporWr fOaMoV Bportlaa Avparaus.
AMD D1ALIU W B0 F0WP1E. '
H. CAMPBELL & CO.;
mWANTJlfAOTUEERS OF BAR, SMKKT
lfJL and Bailer Iron. Plow Blabs, Bailroat ptke
ilui. iMatifnt thftulaof 1 ronton Bt
Wararoom Ho, U Cast Sooond Btreet, Ulwnnat 1
UTAH kin Ji Iron made to order.
CLEANER OF SINKS AND VAOLTH,
No.M 0lxth4treet, between Tin and Haoe.ln
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persauswbo
may farorhlm with theirpatronage,canrelypuno.
tuality and Ijw prtoo. pl-.y.,
Money I money! Moucy!
' UamoTedfroia 86 Wt SLtthitrfet. .
MONET LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
KLBT and nil kind of Merchandise, at low
rate of interest, at No. 171 Vina- tree t, Utween
rourtn ana nun. m
II. P. EL1AS'
Now Wholeial .
IVATCII & JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street
When oan be had erery article appertaining to th
Business at mack leas prloa, for 0A8U, than
hat erer before been offered tn this market. .' i
. GIVE US A CALL i
And see for yonrselrts. aplt 1
WM. WH I TAKER,
. I JBWIIiBKi ?.!.;! :
Ho. MX N. B. Cor. Ftnh and Lodge street, between
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
Agood assortment of 8ILV KB and PLATED W ABa,
DrsiuxAULin, etc., sept oon.ianuyon nana.
Buecial attention alren toflleAnina and KeDalrlns
Watches and Jewelry. mylO '
BEGG9 A SMITH, No. 6 West Uh St.
ARB NOW RECEIVINQ ADDITIONS XO
their large assortment of Watches. Jewelry.
8ilTrwar and Diamonds.
A On assortment of Plated Tea Bsti and Cutlery
and Opera Glasses, . , 224
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
I)K. SAITI'E SlLSBEi:
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THE SKIM, RHEUMATISM, DI8EABB3 OF
WOMKN, and such Chronlo complaints as may be
benefitted by th ilygyenlo aid Atmopathlo lysUm
of hlsofflcs. i , . .
Tapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic Mercury, Tnr.
klsh, Bussian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a 01
penaaryof Medioine, and every manner of Ulectilo
and Magnetlo Apparatus. -
,- HO. 67 WIST BBTKNTH-8TBIIT. j
roiBoe heur A. M. toft an)9-tfr
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Omoa No. 90 West Seventh atreet. between Vln
ana uao. Msemsnoa jwo. oa ementn street, w
ween walnut ana vine, urriaa noons 7 to
a. T IJ to a i'. m.. i ton jr. m.
WM. M. HUNTER,
: . 'JH6 TJna.atreot.
(Hncceasor to Enowlton A Taft.)
No. 00 Went Fourth HI., bet. Walnnl k Vlaa
CINCINNATI. CHIO. 1
THE OYSTER TRADE.
DBAIBB IM "
HPHK STJBSOJIIBER IS NOW RSCKIV.
-V ING TAILf . by the Adam IzpreM. HALT-
UT'B world-renowned Baltimore , i
Freih Can, Keg and Shell Oyiteri.
Fresh. HermeHcallrTsald OOTB, BPIOID a
P1UK.LID OYSTKBd. ..... ; ,
aOaaaT OBE, Aeent
F7-tf Depot, 11 West Fifth-street
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STBEBT.
rHEB SUBSOEIBEE 18 NOW BBOBIV.
JL ma dally, per Izpreas, hlisslend -u store.
arrangement In Baltimore, on
the most extensive aoale, I
win as an time annn
the season be prepared to furnlih my friends, ' ''and
me rest or manaina," witn ins most usiiiiuiuua
BIYAL TK8 imported to the Queen City. None but
Order slollolUd and promptly filled. ' Terras cash
' ' FBTBB CATAONA.
senldv Bole Im sorter and Prnorletflr.
MAKES AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
i LIMBS . In a superior manner. Satisfactory
references given. Address No.
BID-BOTTOM can be applied to any
Durable Cheap, filnpiinsea entirely with slat, of
wh lob so muon cnmpiaini i mans. Also, an aavon
ni.nt of Bedsteads for (ale, with Bering Bottom la.
Call and examine then at M. IW yins-street.
jalOam - Of. itABBaW.
r i i.,..' .'.I ; !'! . I ; -J
RAILROADS. INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
NO CHANQB OF CARS TO INDIANAP
OLIS, at which wlsce it unite with railroad
for and from all points In the West and North-west.
: TflBII FA8SINGIB TBAIN8 1
Lear Cincinnati daily, from tha foot of Hill and
'KwAaT.ChicaKO Mall-Arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:10 P.M.; Chicago at 10:M P.M.
P. M Tana Hanta and Lafevett Accommo.
datlon Avrirea at Indianapolis at 6:16 P. M. j
715 P. M. Chicago Kxpreas-Arrlre atlndlanay-
olls at 12:15 A. A.; ChicaKoat 10:30 A. M. ,
Bleeping uars are aiutuuuu iu an dikuhui vuh
this line, and run through to Chicago wunoui
change of cms. .;
, aF nesuro you ere 111 iu. iia nv,uiui.w"
fbra yon purchas your tickets, and ask for ticket
ria Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fate the same, sad time shorter than Any other
tonte. - ., ' ' .... . ., a
THAI Al OH T1CKETH. Hood uhtll nM, can bt Ob.
talned at the Tlcket-ohlces, at enencer House corner.
N. W. corner Of uroauway anu t roni ; jno. i ournet
House corner; at the Walnut-street Boue,andat
iiunfit llfHn. font nt mil. on Front-street, where all
necessary information can be had. ,,.
Omnibuses run to and from each trsin, and will
call for passengers sit all hotels aud all part of th
olty, by leaving address at either office.
jai7 v. umf. "wwii.
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES. Change of Time-November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-Western
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati
Three Faasen(erTrJnslA re OlnalnnatldaflT.tram
theiootof Milland Froat greets. -
6i30 A. Bl-Chicago AU1I arrive at Indlansso II
at U:10 t. N-, Chicago at Vr.30 P. H. Thla train
connect with all night trains out of Chicago lor
tb West And North-ween oonnect at Indiana".
11 with trains for Terr Haute: also with Pet a
train fox Peru, Loganapest, Fort Warn and To.
l'Ji45 P. M.-Torr Baat and Laynyett Ao.
ooramouation arrive at Indianapolis at .18 P. 11..
making direct connections at Indlunapolis with La
layette trains for Leoatnr, 8prlngSeld,Saple, Viula.
cy, Bannlbal and Bt. Joespn.
7 F. M. Chicago Kxpres arrives at Indlanapoll
at 12:15 A. M., making olsee connections at Chicago
with all morning train out of Chicago. .
Bleeninccars ar attached to all tne nlcht train
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
Change of oars. "
Thla I exclusively a western ana north-western
rente, and with rarerable and reliable arrangement
with all oonneotla; roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual ear and the amplest ao
oommodatlons to the patrons ot this 11ns.
' ine uompanys exoiusive leif grapn iiin m nsea
arheu necessary, to sovern the morement of trains.
and Longhridge celebrated fatenA Brake, ar at-
tacnea to ail passenger trains, by which they canoe
perfectly controlled; beside all theothdr modern im
ptovement neceaaary for the comfort aud safety ol
passengers, the manager of this road have liberally
provided. - .
nmoung-oar oi tnisime;
AT" Be aura too are in tha rlaht tleket offloa before
yon purcn&se your Moists, and ask for ticket via
Lawrenceburg and Indlanapoll..
Fare the am aa br anr other mnta. Banaaa
anecked through, .
TUJiOUOH TICK ITS. Mod nntll aed. ean be ob.
talned atthe tkket o Sloes, at Hpenoer House Corner
aorth-wsatoorser Broadway and Front; llo. 1 Bur.
sat Home Corner, at th Walnut-street House, end
at Depot offloe, loos of Mill, on Front street, where
allneeessary information nuyb had. .
Omnlbuse ria te and frois eaoh train, and w
oall for passenger at all not.lj and all part of to
i.j,vi inariua aauivsaa. siion-omce.
W. H. L. NOBLC.
Us ral Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
CIX DAILY TRAINS LIAV1 THI
K Hlxth-street Depot.
Train run through to Cleveland Bandaiky, To.
ledo and IndlsnaDOlia withoutohangeofcars.
Throush Ticketa for all Xastsrn. Western. North.
em ana norm-western cities,
0 A. m. EX1H.EH TRAIN For Hamilton,
1 ..V. J 1 . . 1 I . - 1 I - . . .. 1,1.1.. .n . M
Western Cities. Connects at Biuhmond with C. and
0. Boad for Logauspoi t; also connect at Hamilton
for Oxford, lit.
7:30 A. m. TRAIN For Dayton, Bprloglleld,
Baniiuskv. To ndo and Chlcaco. This train make
olose connections with all trains leaving Chicago th
same evening. Also connects at Uuraiva roa Oo-
i.uhbos; at Bellefontalne with . and i. K. B.; at
Forest with Pilteburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Bal
Iroad: at Clyde wltn Cleveland and Toledo Kail
road trains for Cleveland; at Dayton for Qreeniijle,
Onion, Wlncheeter audlMuncle. .
IV A. M. 11 ,X Fit. KIN THAint-Foruiereiana
via Delaware for Dunkirk, BuHalo, Boston, Mew
York, and all Caatern cities. Also connects at Crest
line fnr l'ittebuigh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
JAO P.lll. TBAIPf-ForUamllton, Richmond
T.oci&iiRnort. Prtnrii, Ktid RurlinBlonl also Indianan.
oils, Terre IIuU and St. Louis, connects at Hamil
ton ior uxiora. .
5:a P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield.
Bellefontalne. Lima. Fort Wavne and ChicaKo:
ConnecU at Bellefontalne witkB. and I. B. B.
11,30 P. M. EXPRESS TRAIN For Olere.
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities.
SMTThe night xxpressTrain leaving uincinnan as
11:30 P. M.,leave dally exospr Satobday. All other
trains leave daily siokpt BuaDAvs;
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 189 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Offlco, on the west tide of Vine-street,
between Postofllce and Burnet House; or at the
nou js. jnoii&nain. oupenntenuon.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
IRSI TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 10
JL A. M.i connects Tla Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Stenbenvill and Plttsbnrg; via
Colnmbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; ria Colum
bus and uellalr iwneeunf). Also, ior Dpringneio.
This train stons between Cincinnati and Colnmbus.
at all the principal stations.
SECOND TRAIN-Oolumbo Accommodation
at4i40f.M. This train stop at all stations be.
tween Cincinnati ana voiumnus, ana uincinnau ana
Bpringfleld. ' -i v
A 111 IV u 'A'saA.n nigns ipre bi iiiiiu i .
M.. connects Tla Columbn and Bellalr (Wheeling);
Tla Colnmbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: Tla Colum
bus Bteubsnrule and Pittsburg; Tla Columbn and
Cleveland. . - .
This Train atop at iioveiana, morrow. Aenie
Dd London. BLKBPINQ 0AB8 ON THIS TBA1N.
rThe Dar Kxare runs through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Bteubenrille, without
shaoge of car.
' Th NIQHT XXPBX8B Train leaving Olnclnnatl
it lliUO P. II., runs dally, except BATDBDAVS.
rhe other Trains run dailv, exoept SUNDAYS.
For all Information, and Throuch Tickets to Bos.
ton. New Fork, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing.
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Fall,. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Wheeling, ana an tne Jiastsrn pieces.
apply at the Offices, Walnut Btreet Houee, No. 4 Bnr
net House, No. ICast Third-street, south-east cornir
of Broadway and Froat street, and at tb Xastern
TralnsrnnbT Oolnmbns 1 1 me. which Is MTn mln
ntestaaterthan Olnclnnatl Um.
Omnibuses caUforyasssnrvs'by loaving direction
t the Ticket Offloe. nolt
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOTJQH WITHOUT OB ANOB OF CARS.
Two Dally Trains for Tlacennes, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 7:20 A.M., and 7:M P. M,
Three Dally Trains for Louisville, at 7:30 A.M.
W P. M., and 7:S0 P. M
. One Train for Kvansvllle si 7:30 P. M.
TheTraina connect at St. Louis for all point la
. J w.i. i n li .
itniiww nuu ucuiiwiLn, umiuium, uiuvj .ua an
kuk; at St. Loul and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg,
Natobex and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Bunday at 7:M P. M.
Bktuimimo Fast Line Leave Bast Bt. Lonln,
Sundays excepted, at :M A. M., arriving at Clncin.
nati at 10:1ft P. M.
Birans TaAia-LeaT Bait Bt. Loul. dally at l:N
P, af arriving at Cincinnati at B: A. M.
r FOB THBIIUOH TICKETS
To all points Welt and South, pleas apply at th
offices, Walnnt-stree t House, Between Sixth and
Beventh-etreets, No. I Burnet House, oorner olhce,
north-west oorner of Front and Broajdwar, Spencer
House Office, and atthe Depot, oorner Front and Mill,
streets. W. H. CLKMtfNT,Gen'l.fluperintndent.
(jninlbnses oall for passenyera. oo
rkLD GOVERNMENT JAVA,
V A. VUV XUV
Bio Ooffee. at
t n if a
IJr CUA. aad rsry suporiorold I
a BUI) SOU'S,
)al '. i OortMintfi4
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