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OFFI01, 14 VIST rOUBTH-BTIMT.
[From the Ohio Farmer.]
[From the Ohio Farmer.] THE SNOW BIRDS.
BY W. D. HOWELLS.
The lonesome gr.n-yard liatb,
A deep with silent waves
Of night-long idow m while, and billowed
Over the bidden grave.
Tbe idow birds eome In the motning,
Flocking end flattering low,
And light en the grave-yard brambles,
And twitter there In tbe mow. . ,
The Singer, so old tnd weuy,
Looks out from bit narrow room:
"Ah, reel bnt my thoughts are snow-birds,
Hunting a grave-) erugloom;
"Where all the put is buried
And dead, these msny year,
Under the drifted whiteness
Of frozen falls of tears,
"Poor birds ! that know not summer,
Nor mid, nor Dowers fair ,
Only the grave-yard bramble.
And graves, and winter air 1"
BY W. D. HOWELLS. [From "Once a Week."]
How an Advertisement got a Wife.
"Tobaooo is the tomb of lore," writes a
modern novelist ot nigtt standing; bat,
with very respeot for his authority, I beg
to say it was quite the contrary in my
Twenty-one years ago I was sitting by
my ljjeBido, totting up innumerable pages
of my bachelor's house-keeping book,
taking ezeroise in arithmetic on long
columns of "petty oash" comprising
items for carrots and Bath-bricks, metal
tacks and mutton chops until, tired and
wearied, I arrived at the sum total, and
jerked the book on the mantel-piece.
Nearly at the same time I plaoed my
hand in the pocket of my dressing-gown,
drew out a leather-case, and lit aprinoipe.
Well, haying lit the principe, 1 placed
my feet on the fender and sighed, ex
hausted by my long job of domestic
accounts. I was then in business 'twas
a small wholesale business then, 'tis a
large one now yet one morning's totting
of carrots and Bath-bricks, of metal tacks
and mutton chops, would tire me a
thousand times more than twenty-four
hours of honest ledger-work. I sighed,
not from love, but from labor, for, to tell
you the truth, I had never been in love.
Is thisjto go on forever? though, 1, as I
took my third whitf and looked dreaiuly
through tho thin smoke as it ascended
between me and a Wee print of the cap
ture of Gibraltar whioh hung over the
chimney piece. Am I to spend my prime
in totting up parsnips and oomputing
carrots, and controlling washing bills'?
I sighed again, and in the act, off flew the
button of my neck band, as though some
superior power had seasonably sent the
accident to remind me of my helpless
ness. The button settled the business; though,
as it slipped down inside my shirt, and
passed with its mother'-o-pearl coldness '
over my heart, it for a moment threatened
to chill my matrimonial resolution. I
pitied my own lone state, find pity, we
know, is akin to love. But how was the
matter to be accomplished? Most men
at my age would already have adjusted
their inclination to some object; so that
having made up their mind and counted
the cost, little more would have remained
to be done than to decide upon the day,
and lay bold upon the license. This,
howover, was not the case with me. 1
had been too much ocoupied, too idle, or
too indolent to devoto the time or make
tho effoit to "form an attachment." It
was through no disinclination or difficulty
to be pleased; for had any young lady of
moderato agreeable powers taken the
trouble, she might have married me long
re then, i should even have been
grateful to her for taking the trouble off
my hands, but was too bashful to adopt
I was a bashful man. This weakness
came from the same cause as my Uncle
Toby's namely: a want of acquaintance
with female society, which want arose
from another cause in my case, namely:
too elose an application to business.
Accordingly I thought of an advertise
ment; yet with no practical design of
doing business, but as I persuaded
myself, for a joke. So I soratched with a
pencil on the back of a letter, tbe follow
ing: w anted wife. jn one but prinoi
pals need apply. The advertiser does not
require cash, but only a companion. lie is
six-ana-twenty, ana, urea of single, be
thinks he can settle down to married life.
As men go, he believes he has a moderate
share of temper, and want of time is bis
only reason for having recourse to the
newspapers. He has enough means for
himself nnd a second party) and is wil
ling to treat at once, lie is quite aware
that a great many attempts to convert his
honest intentions into an extravagant
joke will be made, but be warns all rash
intruders. If he finds a man hardy
enough to make sport of his affections,
he will thrash him if a woman, ho will
forgive her. Ue has a heart for tho sin
core; a horsewhip for the impertinent.
In either case, all applications will be
promptly attended to, if addressed to P.
P., to the office of this paper."
I felt proud of my composition, and
puunu n-wnj mj pruiuipe wiia a vague
glee in anticipation of something com
ing out of it. I bod no very great idea
that anything but fun would result; and I
certainly had not the slightest notion of
involving myself in a porsonal collision
witrr any one. bcul toe presentiment
mat ic was not aostinea to be all a bar
ren joke, pressed upon me. On Saturday,
the advertisement appeared, and I heard
its style convaaeed by all mv friends, and
it was jokingly suggested by more than
: one that I was the domestically destitute
. individual who nut it forth.
On Monday morning I sent a bov to
the nowspaper office for P, P.'s letters". I
expeoted he might be followed by norai
curious and inquisitve persons, so I told
him on his way bock to call at a bach-
' elor neighbor's of mine for a book. The
trick told. The lad was followed by
somo persons who never lost sight of
him until they ran bim to my frrend s, and
then thov went baok and announced that
he was the advertiser. I thus discharged
in full one or two practical jokes which
my neighbor had played on me. The an-
' swers were of the usual oharactor sev
eral socking to elicit my name, and still
more suggesting places of meeting, where
I. was to exhibit myself with a flower in
" my button-hole, and a white bandkerohief
in my hand. One only looked like busi-
'- ness. - It was from a lady, who proposed
An ipterview in a neighboring oity, abont
forty miles north. She said there was
something so frank ' and straightforward
in my advertisement that she was con
vinced it was toal, and she could rely
upon my keoping her name seoret, if
alter we met nowing onus ui we . mcair
ing. She would, therefore, see me at the
, at, on a oertain day, and
if actual approbation did not follow the
interview, why there was no harm done.
Most people would have put down this
as a trap to give me a'jburney for noth
ing. I did not "'X presentiment im
pelled me to acoept and keep the engage
ment. : v
This was in the old coaohing days,
when a man had time to make an ao
auaintanoe in forty miles, not as now.
when you are at vour journey's end
before you have looked round your com
pany in a railway carriage. There were
but two inside myself and a pleasant,
talkative, honest-faoed elderly gentleman.
Shv and timid in female society. I was
yet esteemed animated and agreeable
enough among my own sex. We had
no trouble, therefore, in making ourselves
agreeable to one another, so muoh so, that
as tne coacn approaonea i , ana tne
old gentleman learned that I meant to
stop there all night, he asked me to waive
oeremony and have a cup of tea with
him after I had dined at my hotel. My
"fair engagement" was not till next day,
and, as I liked the old gentleman, I ac
cepted his offer.
After my pint of sherry, I brushed my
hair and went in search of my ooaoh
companion and my promised cup of tea.
I had no difficulty iu finding him out, for
be was a man of substance and some im
portance in the place. I was shown into
the drawing room. My old friend re
ceived me heartily, and introduced me to
his wife and five daughters. "All spin
sters, sir," said he; "young ladies whom
an undiscriminating world seems disposed
to leave upon my hand."
"If we don't sell, papa," said the eldest,
who, with her sisters, seemed to reneot
her father's fun, "it is not for want of
puffing for all your introductions are ad
vertisements. At the mention of this last word, I felt
a little discomposed, and almost regretted
my engagement for the next day, when
that very night perhaps, my providential
opportunity had arrived.
I need not trouble my readers with all
our sayings and doings during tea, suffice
it to say, that l iouuu I a em a very pleas
ant, friendly family, and was surprised to
nna 1 lorjtot all my shyness ana timidity,
encouraged by their good tempered ease
and conversation. They did not inquire
whether I whs married or single, forwhere
there were five young unmatcd dutigh
ters, tho question might Heem invidous.
I, however, in the freedom of the moment,
volunteared the information of my bach
elorhood; I thought I had no sooner, com
municated the fact thnn the girls passed
round a glance of arch intelligence from
one to tho other. I cannot tell you how
odd I folt at the moment my sensations
were between pleasure ana contusion, as
a suspicion crosed my mind, and helped,
I felt, to oolor my cheek, Presently, how
ever, the eldest, with an assumed indiffer
ence which cost her an effort, asked
where I was staying.
"At tho hotel, answered with, some
It was with diffieultv thev restrained
a laugh; they bit their lips, and I had no
longer a suspicion I was certain. So,
after having some musio, when I arose
to depart 1 mustered courage, as I bid
them goed-bye, to say aside to the eld
est: "Shall P. . P. consider this the inter
view?" Ablush of conscious gilt, I should
rather say innocenoe, told me I had sent
my random arrow to the right quarter; so
I pressed the matter no further at that
moment, but did her hand.
1 remained in at my hotel next day,
until an hour after the appointed time,
but no one made their appearanoe.
"Then," thought I, brushing my hair and
and adjusting my cravat, " since the
mountain will not come to Mohamet, Mo
hamet must go to the mountain," so 1
walked across to my old friends. The
young ladies were all in. The eldest
was engaged with some embroidery at
the window. I had, therefore, an on-
portunity, as I leant over the frame to
"S. S. is not punctual."
The crimson in her face and neck was
now so deep, that a skeptic himself would
no longer doubt. I need say no more;
that evening in her father's garden she
confessed that she and her sisters had
conspired to bring me up to 0 on
a fool's errand, never meaning, of course,
to keep the engagement."
"Then," said 1, "since you designed
to take me in, you must consent to make
me happy 1"
"And what did she say, papa?" asked
my second daughter, who is now looking
over my shoulder as I write.
"Why, you little goose, she promised to
be your mamma, and she has kept her
American Women as Conversationalists.
The Philidelphia Evening Bulletin has
these remarks in a reoent number: :-
Napoleon the First is said to have
made- the remark that France needed
mothers. A friond of ours after traveling
in Europe gave us as the result of his
observations, that no man ' who had noM
traveled had seen a woman. We naked
one of the most intelligent ladies of our
acquaintance, who has visited Europe
more than ouoe, and who, indeed, resided
tli era for Boine time, whether the remark
of our friond were true, and she replied
in tho affirmative. The same persons
thought that the American women uro
prettier and naturally more : uttractive
than those abroad.
The diffioultv is twn-fiiM ' Th fif
belongs to younr, ladies, and the. second
to matrons. Both are symptoms of tlio
same disease. ' The young are frivolous,
and the mature are eommon-pliiee. With
all the reader's entauciasai and chivalry
fur women, let us nek him how many
ladies can oonvene intelligently and
interestingly in camparison with the men
of his acquaintance. If he will make an
honest investigation he will be surprised.
The. bearing of these remarks is espe
cially upon the tendency in our young
men to rowdyism and blackguardism. A
powerful safeguard is in female society,
and a great difficulty is that it ii intel
lectually so very deficient, . A young man
of any force of character; and there are
niinti sv:Aa A.rM:a. At. - ' i
many such, tires of gossip, the 'weather,
tne last lasnion and , tbe last concert
How many young womon go beyond theso
copies? '.' Ho tires, too, of mere household
details and the entaide of religions matters,
of which the more mature talk, and seeks
something more exciting.
If we would save the manners and
morals of the country, our women must
have a higher tone. They are pretty,
graceful, virtuous, industrious, bat they
ao not converse. They do not understand
literature and art; they are not able to go
with men into the reason of things; their
minds do not aot, as they should, as the
soft reflection in the water of earth and
sky. Home ought to be most attractive;
but in order that it may be so, women
must cultivate intelligence. Men are
made Intelligent in America by politics,
religion, business and generally by the
grand scale on whioh things must be
done. The collisions of the time make
them emphatically men. They are grad
ually growing away from their wivos,
daughters and cousins, and the effect is
most deleterious. It is seen especially in
young men of all olasses.
So far was this carried in Greece, that
the few women not of the best char
acter who cultivated their minds to an
extraordinary degree, while the mass
were content with trifles, have sent their
names down through history as the com
panions of the great men who illustrated
that golden age. Like the Greek women,
ours are by no means wanting in talent
They are characteristically very quick.
But there is some wrong kind of publio
sentiment among them which greatly
The re-action is seen for there must
necessarily be a re-action from so unnat
ural a oondition in female preaohing
and lecturing, in the overstepping of the
modesty and natural sphere of woman.
It is a thousand pities. But it is inevita
ble. The stream must have its way. If
we have no intelligent drawing-rooms, we
will have women on rostrums, just as
Aspasias were the re-action from the
monotony of female Greek life.
Sbvbrb upon heb own Sex. Lola
Montez ironically remarks to young
gentiomcn: "You ought to know that
there ore four things which always more
or less interest a lady a parrot, a pea
cock, a monkey, and a man; and the
nearer you can come in uniting these
about equally in your character, the
more you will be loved. This is a cheap
and excellent recipe for making a dandy,
a creature which is always an object of
admiration to the ladies.'
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tf 1EN rKAL BEK-HIVB GALLKKY, cor
U ner of filth and Western-row. Photogranhs.
Melainot)ps iiud Anilirotypwi token chiaper than
olscwhoie in tho city. Oil Colored Photographs
mado ot nil sizes, from lite to the smallest niiulaturo.
ricturcs ni-aiiy sot in i,ocm'i, .urea.E-rous, ringer
riiiM HDd Diuculets. All work warranted.
Hom-ar a. n. hlikjbi, ini;.
THE PENNY PRESS
THB CHEAPEST, ,
BKST PAPER IS THB CUT.
BEST PAPUB IN THE CITY.
BEST PAPER IN TBE CITY.
HOW IS THE TlUlC
HOW IS TBE TIME
HOW IS THE- TIB It
TO SEND IN YOUB NAMES.
TO SEND IN Y0TJJB NAMES.
TO SEND IN SOUK NAMES,
SIX (JENT8 A WJEK
SIX GENTS A Wf EK
SIX CENTS A WJEK
WILL FAT FOR THE PRESS.
WILL PAY VOR THE PRESS.
WILL PAT FOR THE PRESS.
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J tusDdipg Furniture, Tors. Grockerr, Glass
Wholesale Depot, No. 4S Cedar-stnet,' New York,
-Adlresa HBNUY 0. hl'ALDINQ 4 00.,
Hn Ifn a 1.1 Mniv Virfc
Put np fur na!(,r In Cimwh contaliilair fonr, eight.
no IWUIVH UOZftll A IMitnrunl l.tlhrierimrt H ,ti
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rormerl c I U al I, Dodrts at Oo.; late Urban.Dodds 00.
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AP E SI
8. W. Cornr of Vine iieoonil Htreeta.
' This Is tho most reliable F1KC NI) R II Rill, a
PROUrSAFIthatismadalntbe Onlted States, and
Is warranted parfeotlr free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and (a of better workmanship than
can be found elsowbera. , .in. :
We have a large asaortraantoa hand, and aro de
iara0e w mn m yrivwi toas uanuvs nu M please.
Old Safe - .
Takea in grohanir. BOOND-HAND BATHS al
way, wo -Hang fc ".rrrmwij low prices.
TT8I RECEIVED20O dot. mag Fresh
v ' Veleware reaches; ;
i 2o cases assorted Harant Preserves;
. 20 cases assorted brands Fruits (French); '
' JO caass French Brandy Cherrist; ,
SOoum French Gherkins; ., ,
i 20 cases French Capers;
M cases Brandy Peaches; - , ' , -i , . . ,i
20 sacks Texas Psoans; r
2 casks i English Split Pass, For sale, wholesale
ana retail, or juuh RATEo.
M National Tbeater BnlldJng, 8ywimore-it,
2T $ ECONOMY 1 A
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STATS ATJTHOEIT Y,
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
mr Age dot established In Ofnotnnatl In 1838, An
tedating all present looal Insurance Companies an
Agenoles In the Insnanoe business in this city. J3
rears oonstant doty here, combined with wealth, ex
perienoe, enterprise and liberality, peoiallT com
mend the TKA Inssranoa Company to the fa-rpra-ble
patronage of this oommnnll standing solitary
and alone, the sole sarrlvor end ltoina pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1843. - -IiMiei
ynld la Cincinnati darfna- put ttw
Years, liKii034 T.
ABSOLUTE AND CNIMPAIBBD. WITH A
SURPIiUS OF l,03O,433 80.
And tbe prestige of 40 yean sncoees and expeaienoe.
- IKTIBTMlKTf OP
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWAHD8 OFSia.OOO.OOO.lOSSEg 1
Ears been paid by tbs .Etna Insurance Company la
the past 40 years.
Flra and Inland Navlaatlon.-Bisks aooepted
at terms oonslstent with solvency and fair profits,
special attention glren to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 5y ,
Application made to any dnly .athorlned Agent
Cmptly attended to, By strict attention to legit
iU) Insurance boslness, this Company Is enabled
to offer both indemnity for tbe past and security for
lbs future. P llcles Issued without delay by
JAB. H.0ARTSB, Agent, Ho. 0 Main stmt.
A. r. PATCH, Assistant Agent.
II. K. MNDBKY, Agent 171 Vina street.
J.J. H00K1B, Agent. Fnlton 17th Ward, ant
WISTilKN INSURANCE OOHPANI
OFFICE IS IHE SECOND STORY OF
No. 1 rront-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This Gompauy is taking 'ire. Inland and Marine
hUsks at current rates of premium.
Losses (airly adjusted and promptly paid.
T F Kckert, F Ball, 8 W Pomeroy,
William Glenn. WOWhlleher, WO Mann.
Robert Mitchell, W H Comstock, LOB Stone,.
Bobt Buchanan, OQtibaw, Geo Stall,
Wm Bellow, Both Kvans, J H Taaffe,
David Gibson, U Brachman, J G Isham, :
H Clearwater, rhosKilliott.
T. F. KUKKBT, President.
Stephen Mobsi, Secretary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, Ibbho 0. Gopelen, -
James f. !unnln(fham, Sydney 3. Clark!
Andrew Erkenbreoher, Jonepli Keaklrt.
Goo, W. Bishop, Win, Fisher,
Ooortre R. Dixon.
ISAAC C. GOPKLEti, President;
GBO. W. Oommm, Secretary.
A. M. ROSS, Hurreyor.
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and SI arine
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office No, S West Third
street, Trust (lu. Building. iioijhfm
National Insurance Co.,
Cincinnati) Ohio. .
(Office South-west Cor. Msiu and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES.
John Bnrgoynei I M Smith, Robert Moore,
Wm Bepwortb, Chaa L Moore, M Fechheimer,
FXWiedemer, ThosOng, 8 W Smith, ,
J L Boss. Thoa B Biros, Henry Ellis.
B. 0. UBNKB, Sec'y. JNO. BTJBGOYNK, free.
noSbfm P. A. Bpbiqmah, Bnrreror.
FIRE AND MARINE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
J. W. GABBISON, President.
8. W. BKIDJCB, Becretary,
Dibiotobs Henry Eessler, Anthony Fay, Wm.
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel H. Taft, George W,
Townley, Smith Belts.
SuaTiiOBS J. B. Lawderand David Baker. de9ay
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at last inst what the Ladles hare lengnoedeo
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Klixir.
The Uterine Elixir Is warranted to oure all dis
eases of a Uterine Mature; Inflammation of the
WoraD, tne moneys, tne wanes, ana tne uretnra.
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb, Painful Menstrn
atlon, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect cure
is guarranteed by the use of from two to fire bottles
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how long standing. Price $1 per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug
gists or Cincinnati.
"XO TUB f UMilUAIVTBl UAUIEB 1H r&KTlCVLAL"
WO, vuv uuuer.iKueu. a uui la u uuib ui biviu
our name to Patent Medicines; bntknowlng well the
L&aj rnystcian, anu ine meuicine cauea ine uterine
Klixir, we cheerfully recommend It to all females
suffering from Female Disease of any kind; it Is
puroly vegetable, and in no case can do Injury; wc
say W all try, and our word for it, yon will Ilnd re-
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mf ADAMS ELLIS'S SPANISH EIMU-
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ful Menstruation it Is a certain cure, and gives
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It will give relief In twenty minntee, and a permit.
nenl cure br the use o f two bottles. Only M canes
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of Race and Fifth-streets; J. D. PARK, corner of
Fourth and walnut; auiKic, kukhtjsin at Co.,
cornar vine ana Fourtn: juiin iuukboh, comer
of Jn ana eixtn; rAUA BBiNiiitifl, corner oi
Eighth and Freeman. Also, EDWARD BOAN LAN
a W.j corner ui iaitiu buu jiuurui, auu Aiauaiue
ELLIS, 144 West Blxth-street. sep27-y
rpBG MOST REM ABLE FIBB AND
jm.' bUKULAK rttuuruArnB.-Tney have given
mora RtiEisiaoiion tnan anv ninor now in use.
we oner a rewara oi un viiUDBAnip uipi
.ARM to anv Demon that can. no to the nrosent
time, shown single Instance wherein they have (ailed
to preserve their oontenta.
Itb tlds safe we ohallenge all competition, as
being the beet Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment '.In the Union, and tbe
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
We are prepared to furnish a better Bate, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer In the Unltod
awoond-hand Bales of other makers, also oo hand.
wereaBPCciuiiv iDviLemeDaDiic io can inn u.m.
Ine our stock before purchasing elaewhere. .
HALii, (JARROLIj a CO.,
augU.Aft HQS, la and l7F,mt Columbia street.
; Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which I am selling at a small
ad vines on New Fork prices, wholesale and retail,
nni ' 1A4 Flflh-strewt, bet. Rare and Kim,
' 1 - ... ....
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r. b. car and switch locks,
Door and Gate-Springi,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public are respectfully Invited to call and ex.
amine tho various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to ,
noJcm No. 133 Fifth-street, Id door from Baca.
A. B. COLVILLE,
Ho. 41 East Second-street, between Bycamora and
Broadway, Cincinnati, keeps every description of
Counter. Platform, Cattle, Itnllroad Depot,
and f raoli Scales Trnok,
i Iroa Waaoas, cto.
Repalnig done on the shortest notice, not 4m
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, 134 MAIN 8TB1IT. OIHOlNflATI, O. .
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II Bt. Charles street, Haw Orleans. La
Isnpertara afGunide BpoptlasT Apparatna,
' ilD DI1LIU I tHU POWDBI.
H. CAMPBELL & CO., '
f ANUFACTUKER3 01 BAB, SHEET
i-TJa. and BsUer Iron, Plow Blabs, Ballroai spikes
Etc Also, Agents for tho sale of 1 ronton Bum Walls
vYareroomi No. 1 East Beoond Street, ClDInnat I
eta-All kin li Iron made to ortler. ' 10
CLEANER 0)7 SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. W Ulxta-street, between Tine and Mace, la
the Medical College, Oluoinnatl, Ohio. Persons who
may favor him with their pa trooago.can rely anno.
tnallty and Uw prices. spi-ay
Money! ITloney! Money !
Hemavedfrani 00 West SUth-atract.
Mf ONEY LOANEDON WATCHES, JEW
IviBLRy snJ all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at No. 171 Tine-street, ptween
Fourth and Fifth. Mi
U. P. EL IAS'
lew Whologale '
WATCU & JBWBLRY nOIJSB
. 16 West Fourth Street
Where can be bad every artlole appertaining to thi
Business at a muoh leea price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered in this market.
GIVE USA CALL"
Kni see for yonrselvee. apl
No. HH N. B. Cor. Fifth and lodge streets, between
walnut ana vine, Cincinnati.
Agood asaortmentofUlLVKB and PLATED WABB,
Di'KiUi AutiD, otc,, Kept cousuiiHiy on nana.
Hoocial attention Riven to Cleaning and Bocalrlni
Watclios and Jewelry. mylO
BEGGH 4i SMITH, Mo. 6 West 4th St.
,4 EE NOW RECEIVINGS ADDITIONS TO
jL their large assortment of Watches. Jewelry.
Silverware and Diamonds.
AMD- . . -, .
A line assortment of Plated Tea Batl and Cutlery
Vid Opera Olasses. 224
MEDICAL AND' DENTAL.
DR. SAM'L SIL8BEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THB SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and inch Chronlo complaints as may be
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopathlo lystem
of his office.
Tapor, Bnlphu, Iodine, Arsenlo, Mercury, Tur
kish, Russian and JCIectro-Chemical Baths, a Dis
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of JClectrlo
and Magnetlo Apparatus.
NO. 67 WEST BBVENTH-STBEJST.
rOfHcehursA.M. tot an9-tft
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
Ornoa-Ne. 90 West Seventh street, between Tin
sou itaoe. uesidsnob no. ds eeventn street, w
ween wainnt ana vine, urrioi novas 71 to ovi
a, 1 to i r. ss.i J son r. m.
WM. M. HUNTER,
no ' ' 996 VJne-atreet.
(Successor to Knowlton a Taft.)
(la. Stt Wait Fourth St., beu Walnut eV Vina
THE OYSTER TRADE.
rilHE BUBSOEIBEE IS HOW RECEIV.
JL INO DAILY, by the Adams Cisress. MALT-
ux'B world-renowned Bammore ....
Freli Can, Keg and kjell Oyiteri,
Tresb, HermetlcallvHwalsd OOTI, BPIOID
BOfiEBT ORB, Aeent
W-tf - Depot, 11 Wast Fifth-street
. FRESH ' '';':-
O A V A GNA'S
Oyster Importing House.
MO. 31 WEST VIFTII-8TH.EET.
nPHlI BUBSOBIBEB IS NOW REOEIV
JL INO dally, per Bxpresa, his splendid Oysters.
Having completed arrangements In Daltlmore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all time during
tne season oe prepared to inrnien my trienas. "ana
the rest of mankind," with the most DXLIOIODS
BIVALVE8 Imported to the Queen City. None but
the very best Imported. Qreat inducements offered
at this Importlng-bouae.
Order slollolted and promptly fllled.' Terms oath.
Rol. lmrort4r and Vroprletnr.
MAKES AND EEPAIR3 ARTIFICIAL
HMDS in a aupoiior manner. Butlafactory
Corner of Front.
BOTTOM can be aselled to any
tuulatAut. nM or new. tn ten nilnntM. Vlfljiuo
burablo Cheap, ptspenses entirely with slats, of
whlch so much complaint is made.- Also, an assort
u. i. innuv. aWt.Sww
ale, with Spring Bottoms
at No. n TltiMitrMt. 7
ment 01 Beusteaus tor
Call and examine them
0 r, B. WABB1N,
RAILROADS. INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
NO CHAN3B 07 OAKS TO nTDIANAP
0L1S, at which place it nnites with railroads
for and from all points in the Wast and North-west.
T1TBEE FAB8EN0BB TBAIN8
Leave Cincinnati daily, from the foot of Hill and .
Front-streets. , -
t:M A. M. Chicago Mall Arrives at Indianapolis .
at 12:10 P. M. j Chicago at 1130 P. M.
12:45 P. M. Tone Haute and Lafayette Aooommo- .
daUon-Arrives at Indianapolis at 8:14 P. H.
7:16 P. M. Chicago Kxpreaa Arrives at Indianap
olis at 13:19 A. U. Chicago at 10:30 A. M.
Sleeping Oars are attsensd to all night-trains on
this fine, and run through to Chlchgo without
ch.nge ef cars. . -
mr ue sure yon are in tne rignt ticsei-omce De
fers von irarchaM vonr tickets, and ask for tlcketa
Tin Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same, and time shorter than any other
route. 1 1 . . , ,. : ; ., .
Baggage checked through. ..
THUOllOH TKJEU'i'M. sood until used, can ba ab.
tainod at tbe Ticket0ices, at Spencer House corner,
N. W. corner of Broadway and Front i No. 1 Burnet
Boose corner; at the Walnut-street Bouse, and at
Depot Offloe, foot ot Mill, on Front-street, where all
necessary information can be bad.
Omnibuses ran to and from aab train, and will
call for passengers st all hotels and all parti of the
city, by leaving address at either office.
ia m. u. iiUttu. president, '
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES. 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
Three l-MsenserTniiDsWrBfHnolnnatlrt.il twm '
the foot of Mill and Front ssmte.
6:30 A. M.-Chlcago lull .rrives at Indlanapolla
at 12:10 P. M.. Chicaco al 10:30 P. M. This tV.in
connects with all nluht arains out of Chicago lor
tue n i. .nu norta-wosaf oonneots at indlanaa1). -lis
with trains for Terns Uante i also with Pet a
trains for fern. LonannaAiH. Wnrl Wtma nA t.i. .
l'ii4S P. M. Terra Haate and Layfayette Ao
eommodatlon arrlveaat Indianapolis at :lo P. U
mating direct oonneotlona at Indianapolis with La
layette trains for Deoatnr, Springfield. Namles. Uuin.
or, Uannlbal and Bt. Josapb. .
7 r. ui.-cnicago express arrives at IndlanspolU
at .12:11 1 A. M., making olese connections at Chicago "
with all morning train out of Chicago.
Sleeping oars are attached to all the nlshtlralnn
on this line, and ran through to Ohioaso without
change of oars.
This Is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangement! '
with all oonnectlnq roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and the amplest ao
oo annotations to the patrons ot this line.
jm uompany s exclusive leiegrapn iiino If need '
wuou oevcvnnrr, vi i$uveru tae movement oi trains, -and
Loughridge's eelebrated Patent Brakes, are at-
uwueu w an pauseoger trains, ny wnicn tney can Da
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern lm
piovements neoesaary for the comfort and safety ot
passengers, the maaagers of this road have liberally
emoKiDg-cara on tnis line; '
aw Be sure von k.r in the rluht tlekut nfllna ha
ran purchase your ticktts, and ask for tioksts via
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Faro the sams aa br anv other ntnt. TUcmM
TilBUCOU TIOKKTB, good until need, oan be ob
tained t tbe tick jtomoea, at Spencer Bouse Corner
sort h-wost corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Oornsr; at the Walnut-street House, and
at Depot offloe, Ion I of M ill, oa Front street, where ' '
all necessary In fenaation may be bad. ,,
Omnibuses rna to aud bo is each train, and w'
call for passengers at all aotiU and all parts ot tn '
oity, b leaving Udrvssat l Ih.r offloe, .. ...
tf. H. L. kOBLl, ' f-,.
noli Usneral Ticket Agent. ,
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
IX DAILY TRAINS EEAV1 THI
Trains rnn tnrouiih to Cleveland BandoskT. To.
ledo and Indlanspolls without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, western. North.
era auu nortn-weeieru cities.
KXPUEH8 TRAIN For Hamilton,
Biuuuiuuu, i uui.uajn,, iti, u.ih,.,m)i vuioau, auu all
Western Cities. Connects at Bichmond with 0. and
0. Boad for Loganaport; also connect at Hamilton -for
Oxford, Ac. .
TiiiO A, II. TRAIN-For Dayton, Bpringfleld,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at Ubbana roa Co.
lcmbus; at Bellefontuine with B. aud I. K. K.: at
sorest witn rituuurg, s on vrayneaua unioagonai.
lroad: at Clyde witu Cleveland and Toledo Kail
road trains for Olevelnni) ; at Dayton for Greenville,
Union. Winchester and Alnncle.
lO A. HI. ItXl'llKHNTllAIN-ror Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest.
Hue for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
tf:40 f . Al. TRAIN-For Hamilton, Bichmond
Losansnort. Peoria and Burlineton: also lndlanan.
oils, Terrs Haute aud St. Louis, connects at Hamil
ton lor uxiora.
Ai.lAP. ni. TRAIN Tor Dartnn. HnHnirflelrl
Bellelbntalne, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago;
Connects at Bellefontuine with B. and I. B. B.
llKtO P. IH. KXPIIKI4S TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Kaitern olties. Also, connects at
Crestline for PltUburgb, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern oities.
ataTThe nlaht Bxnreaa Train leavinv fUnelnnatl at
11:30 P. M leaves daily ixoxrr Batubdats. AU other
trains leave dally ixoipt BvaDAvs;
For further Information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket ollioes north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Offloe, on the west side of Vine-street,
between Postofflce and Lurnet House: or at the
Sixth -street Depot.
nou u. mobaitffti. enpenptenflent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN -DAT EXPRESS AT It
A.M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via i Columbus, Bteubenville and Pittsburg: via
Columbus, crssttine ana ritUDnrg: via uolnm
bns and Bel lair (Wheellnsl. Also, for gerfnsfleld.
This train steps between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
NKUUN1P TttAiw commons Accommodation
at4i40F.M. This train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
TUIRD THAW Night Express at lliilO P.
H oonneots via Colambus and Bellalr (Wheeling);
via Columbus. Urestlineand Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Bteubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Cleveland. f , -
This Train stops at Lovsland, Morrow. Zenla
and London. BLEEPING 0AB8 ON THIB TBAIN.
arils Day Express rnns through to Cleveland.
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via StenbentlUe. without
change o tears.
ine nium urasss xrain leaving Cincinnati
at 11i30P. M., runs dally, except BATDBDAIS.
The other Trains run daily, exoept BCNDAT8.
For all Information, and Through Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore. Washing
ion, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland.
Pittsburg, Wheeling, aud all tbe Eastern places.
apply at tbe Omces, Walnut street House, No. 4 Bur
net House, No. 6 East Third-street, south-east corner
of Broadway and Frost streets, and at the Eastern
Ppot..-y V..... t .. v ' ' ' I
Trains rnn br Oolumbns time, which Is unnnln.
Utei faster than Cincinnati time.
V . , 4. UUMAHD, Bnp't.
Omnibuses call, fbrpasssnasrs by leaving dlreotloni
at the Ticket Offices. nolj
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBO0GH WITHOUT CDANQl 01 0AB8.
Two Dally Trains for T lacennes, Cairo and Bt,
Louis, at 7: A. M.,and7:M P. M.- . "i
Three Dally Trains for luUvllIe,at 7:10 A.M.
8:00 P. M., and 7:80 P.M.!. ,
Cue Train for Evansville el 7:30 P. M.
The Trains connect at St. Louis for all points la
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo.
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo tor Memphis, Vkksburg,
Natchez and New Orleans, , ).; . , t
One Through Train on Bnuflay at 7:38 P. M,
BxTOEMiMtt Fast Line Leaves East Bt. Louis,
Sundays excepted, at t:50 A, Al., arriving at Oinoln.
natl at lOtlt) P. M, - . .
Exraxse Tbain Leaves East Bt. Lonls dally atiiN
P.M., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:25 A.M.
J FOB TB.BQOUH TICKETS .
To all points West aid South, please apply at the
offices. Walnnt-stree I House, between sixth and
Seventh-streeta, io.l Burnet Bouse, corner oUos,
nprtn-west oorner oi ruut ana jsroaoway, spencer
upussunioe, anu Bi.Liepot, corner rront ana Mill'
tree is, w. a. ujja,mii,n i.won l,Dt
Qninibnses call for pasengers.
gLO GOVHRHMBNTv JAVA,
M OH A.and vary superior oldBIo
J7 WmT MiOlA M
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