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THURSDAY.-.
.'FEBRUARY 9
LOVE AND OPPOSITION.
[From the Italian.]
Love, In a drowsy mood one day, . . ,
Beclined with all hit nymphs around bint,
His feathered darts neglected lay.
Anil fsdad wore the noers that crowned hlui.
Yonng Bope, with eye of light, in rain
Led smiling Beauty to implore bim:
While Oeniui poured M sweetest strain,
And Pleasure shook hia rosea o'er him.
At length a stranger sought the grove.
Aud fiery Vengeance seemed to guide Mini;
Be rudely tore the wreathe of Lore,
And broke tbedarU tha'. lay beside him.
The little god now wakeful grew,
Aud angry at the bold endeavor,
He row, aud wove hla wreaths anew.
And strung bis bow more tirni than ever.
Whxnlo! tha invadercried "Farewell !
Mv skill, bright aymphs, this lesson teeches
Wbila Lots is sprightly, bind bim well
W ith smiles, and ootids, and honeyed speeches :
But should dull languor selr.e theaod, .
Korall me on my friendly mission;
For know when Lore begins to nod,
His surest spur is opposition."
A Rustic Gambler Beaten by a Hand
Organ.
Sam Collins was bound to hve a spree,
lie had sold his boat-load of flour, received
the money, and intended to indemnify
himself for the labor and hard life of a
flat-boat; bo he laid off fifty dollars, to seo
Mew Orleans. In the hands of an
exquisite, at a firafrolass hotel with wines,
dinnors, operas, and their consequences,
fifty dollarB would go a very short dis
tance; while the same sum would go a
flood way in cheap brandy, theater tiokots,
corporation fines, and the catalogue of
amusements appropriate to mom.
Without doubt, cam would have mado
out his"weok, and have been dragged
aboard an up-rivor boat, by somo moro
careful oolloague, but that his fifty dollars
came to a premature ond. '
Among other tastes which ho had
acquired about tho boat yard, on the head
waters of tho noble Tennessee, was an
indisorimiatoipartiality for all gamos of
chanco. Ho was not only versed in all
the arte of "short cards," but had attaoiod
all fancy amusements whioh came along,
from tho faro dcalor, in his buggy, to tho
moro humble thimble-rigger, who paused
in the tavern porch long enough to collect
a few dimes from the unwary.
Having limited himself to a certain
sum, Mr. Collins rollooted that if he could
only "git a streak agin some of them
J d games," he oonld extend his stay
in Orleans to an indefinite period, at the
expense of the gamblers. So, after fixing
up, with the assistance of his friends, he
set off to find a game. He played against
the faro bank, got into a row with a by
stander, who refused to drink with him,
and was turned out, after, a great row,
and obstinate resistenco on his part; in
tho course of which ho knocked down
his antagonist, and received a slight
wound on tho shoulder. His yalorouB
boatmen carried him off, swearing yon-
treanoe against their "d d bone-mill."
Ho was, however, appoased by an intro
duction to an elegant apartment, where
the game of rougo et noir was conducted,
by some silent and genteel Frenchman.
There were very few persons in the room,
bo Sam drank claret (they had nothing
clao,) as long as he had room for it; but
the whole affair was Chooktaw to him.
After a few words, which were quite un
intelligible to him, they paid him a dollar.
Then came some more gibberish, when
they racked down five dollars. It was a
dull affair he understood not a word,
know nothing of the game, and was rap
idly drinking himself and party sober.
Besides he begun to learn that it was a
losing game. So, a? the place was too
quiet, genteel and expensive for the party,
they loft With the exception of a slight
scuffle with some watchmen, they met
with no other adventure until they
reached the purlieus of the city, and saw,
to their great delight, the congenial beams
of a red lantern, in a low doggery. Here
they felt perfectly at home. They called
for liquors, made proclamation of thoir
united and several capacities to "lick the
city," or any of its citizens, and made
the acquaintance of a very "peaceable"
little man, who Boon led the way to a
room in whioh there was a new devise,
with which 8am was charmed. Among
other games going on there, were several
tables, ornamented with horizontal wheels,
the edges thereof, as well as those of the
circular box in which tho wheel was in
closed, was fitted with little tin -poekete,
numbered to correspond with the figures
painted upon an oil-cloth, spread on a
table. The person who bet, placd his
money upon any number he liked; the
wheel was iDut in rapid motion, and a
marble was thrown upon its surface,
when the impetus given tho wheol was
uxhauBted. The marble, of course,
stormed in ono of the little pockets. If
the number of that pookot corresponded
with that udoq which the better had
placed his money, he received a consider
ablv larcer amount of money than ho
had nut down. If it did not correspond,
of course ho lost his stake. Our friends
soon comprehended this game They
drank Strychnino whisky, and followed
the marble iu its rapid revolution, until
they were perfectly ciddy. They wore
quite at home, and formed acquaintances
from every flatboat at the levee; but tho
demon of discord again disturbed thoir
eni ivmcnt Two boatmen began to
squabble- about a bet. This soon grow to
a tight, in which Ham and his merry men
took an active part This resulted in a
call of the police, and the extinguishment
ol mo lamps anu, as x mux j ouuk uuo
"In an instant all was Dark."
The gnmo and the gamblers had dis
appeared when tho police entered; but
notwithstanding they made a desperate
resistance, the police marched thorn olf
- to his (Jalabooso.
Upon the examination of witnesses, it
appeared that Sam and his men had been
ilntnV and disorderly, and they wore ac-
cordincly fined. This somewhat reduced
Fam's "pile;" but then he had "noshowin
airin tha Dnrlsese."
Upon being discharged, the party found
that it was Tbroad day; so, having ad
journed to an eating-house, they refreshed
themselves with drink, oysters, and a row
with the bar-keener, but as he did not
possess sufficient muscle to afford any ono
: of them a decent fight, Bam interfered and
restored peace.
It was now ten o'clock, and Sam began
to long for "something frssh." Accord
ingly, he sot out, accompanied by one or
two of his party. For a while, they saw
nothing out nuraery-maias anu cuuureu.
After awhile, however, a man appeared,
who attracted thoir particular attention.
He wore a ereen baize jacket, and bent
beneath tho weight Of a large box, which
was also covered with baize. . Ho set
down hia box, removed the cover, and
revealed to the admiring gaia of the boat
man, a mahogany caso muoh resembling
an oid-fashibnod "secretary" and open
ing a door, rovoaled "a small, but select"
collection of puppets some representing
kings, others "eminent tragedians," tight
rope performers, Jfco. But the crowuing
glory of all ws an equestrian, whoso
artistic exoellenoe bewildered and
charmed the jolly boatmen.
Presently the "Professor" ehanged the
tune to "Dance boatmen, dance!" .Regard
ing this as an invitation they did danco,
in a style whioh quite astonished the
proprietor of the organ.
Suddenly Sam paused.
"Boys," said he, "you're luakin' blasted
fools of yoursolvos. Don't you see thorn
ladies laughing at you?" (He referred to
the nursory -maids.) "You don't undor
stand the ways of the town. This is ono
of the new fashioned games ain't it Mr.
Showman?"
Tho man nodded assent.
"There, didn't I tell you so? You can't
fool me. I'll go half on this 'ere,
placing the money on the box, opposite
the clown.
The man ground out the few remaining
bars of the tunc; ana swept on tne nan.
"Blast the luck!" said Sam. Now I'll
bet right here in the Bquaro."
The man changed his stops, and looked
first at t-'am, and then at his five-dollar
gold piece;
"0, turn on I'll go it all!" said Sam.
"Boys, lets break the bank!"
Accordingly, other bets wore soon
mado.
At the conclusion of tho tune, the
organ-grinder souured all tho nionoy.
"Why, boys," said sam, this is worse
than chuck-a luck. Ihavn'twona botl"
"Nor me!" "Nor mo!" said the oth
crs. "Well, boys, I'm broke," said Sam.
"Can any of you stako mc?"
They whero all "dead broke"
"Well, strangor " said Sam, "wo're in
bad luck, and ean t play any moro against
your game.
The Italian bowed very politoly, and
continued his performance.
"Oh! you might as woll knock off you
can't win no moro."
The music soon stopped. Tho Italian,
satisfied with tho patronage of tho boat
men, shouldered his organ and set off to
charm other nursery-maids; but never
again did he meet with such munificent
patrons.
Curious Facts Concerning Presidents.
The following curious facts with regard
to our Presidents appear from history:
George Washington, our first President,
died without children. He was ro
clocted. John Adams, socond President, had
childron He was not ro-clectcd.
Thomas Jefferson, third Prosident,
diod without childron. Ho was re-clectod.
James Madison, fourth President, died
without children. Ho was re-elcdtcd.
James Monroe, fifth Presidont, diod
without children. He was re-elected.
John Quincy Adams, sixth President,
had children. Ho was not re elected.
Andrew Jackson, seventh Presidont,
hand no children. He was re-elected.
Martin Van Burcn; eighth President,
had children. He was not re-elected.
W. H. Harrison, ninth President, had
children. He died in about six months
after he was sworn into office.
John Tvler, tenth Prosident, had chil
dren, and was not re-elected.
James K. rolk. eleventh r resident, had
no children, and deolined a nomination
for a second term.
Z. Taylor twelfth President, had chil
dren. Died before the expiration of his
term.
Millard Fillmore, thirteenth President,
had children, and was not re-elected.
James Buchanan, httecnth rresidont,
has no children, and nous verrons.
From the above facts, it appears that
no President ever having had children
has been ro-clectcd to the Chief Magis
tracy of the nation, while, with the excep
tion of Mr Polk, who declined a renomina-
tion, all those having no children have
been re-elected. Chicago Journal.
The Memory-Max at Fault. A
humorous comment was mado by a waiter
at a hotel where i eniagle dined after
having given his lecture on artificial
memory. A few minutes after the pro
fessor left the table tho waiter entered,
with uplifted hands and eyes, exclaiming,
"Well, I declare, the memory-man has
forgotten his umbrella."
Beauty from Dbfokmity. Thatwinged
flower, the butterfly, emerged from a
crawling caterpillar's chrysalis, tho sculp
tor's thought onco slumbered in a rough
block of marble; so from many a misshapen
exterior there shall now streams ot music,
wonderful in their cadence thoughts of
beauty whioh shall go down the ages,
eternal in thoir existence.
The Greatest Ship. "Can you toll
nic,"akod a blooming lass of a suitor one
day, "what ship carries more passongcrs
than tho Great Eastern?" "Well, madauic,
really I don't think I can." "Why, it is
courtship, replica the maiden, what a
conscious blush.
A New Kind of Kdiblb. A littlo
nine-yuar-old girl the other day, overhear
ing a dissoussion among a parcel of ladies
about cooking steak some advocating
broiling beef, and others frying mutton
inquired, Aunt Kit, bow do they cook
8W8I
A hubbwd oiiild. a widow said one
day to hor daughter: "When you aro of
my age you will be dreaming of a hus
band." "Yes, mamma," repliod the
thoughtlcBS littlo hussy, "for the socond
time."
MorkF.xi'Rkssivktban Klkgant. An
intenso woman says the first time showas
kissed, sho folt like a big tub of bos
swimming in honey, cologne, nutmegs,
and cranberries.
Answering uy a Qobstion, "Hot,"
Raid an ill-tompcred eld fellow to a noisy
lad, "what are jou hollorin' Tor whon
go by?' "Uumph," returned tlio boy,
"wfbat are you going by for when 1 am
hollerin'."
It is doinc some Borvioe to liuinunitv
to nmuse innocently; and thoy know very
littlo of society who think wo can boar to
bo always employed cithor in duties or
i-..r 1 1 it
llieuicaiions wiinuut nny riitiinuu.
Conhomno. Losing a small fortune in
an unlacky piouintion. and all your
friends wondoring how you could Lavo
been "such afoot" , t ;.y ,
OLLA-PODRIDA.
One ought to have dates at one's
fingers' ends, Booing they grow upon the
palm. - . - v ' :
A local paper says that an old lady
applied to a grocer for a pound, of oblong
tea. "
Tho gentleman whoso lips pressed a
lady's "snowy brow," did not catch cold.
If you would not have affliction visit
you twice, listen at once w wnat it
teaches.
So far so good," as tho boy said when
ho had finishou tbe first pot of his moth
er's jam.
Take your place modestly at lifo's
banquet and ask for nothing not in the
bill of fare.
Lot yonr wit bo your friend, your mind
your chmpaniofi, and your tongue your
sorvant ;
"What's in a dress?" asks a popular
writer. Sometimes a good deal, and
sometimes precious littlo.
A country editor, acknowledging a
presont of a buck, says, "Tho smallest
favors thankfully roeoivod."
, "What have you to remark, madam.
about my singing? "Nothing, sir, it is
not remarkablo."
If a man does not make now acquaint
ances as ho advances through life, he will
soon find himself loft alone.
"I must leave in dis gust," As the
darkey said whon ho bid his friend
"good-night during a thundor-storm.
Pat thus gave his testimony in a riot
caso: no jabers, the nrst man i saw
coming at mo was two briokbats."
Why do people talk about feeling
doubts in their own mind ? Where else
could they bo expected to find them? ,;
Ten poor men can sloop tranquilly
upon a mat, but two kings are not able to
livo at peace in a quartor of the world.
An eminent artist is about eottinc
up a "panorama of a law suit" It opens
in the year ono, and closes with dooms
day.
An old lady being asked to subscribe
to a newspaper, doclined, on tho ground
that whensho wantod news sho manu
factured it
A eood-henrtod follow may willingly
lead a crutch to halting humility, and
yet take delight in tripping up the stilts
of pretension.
A poet says that tho wind kisses tho
waves. That, wc supposo, is the ooio
brated "kiss for a blow" about which wo
have heard so much.
A lawyer, on his passage from Eu-
ropo, observed a shark, and asked a sailor
what it was, who repliod, "Here we call
'om sea lawyers!"
Go down upon only ouo knee to a
young lady. If you go down upon both,
you may not be able to escapo quick
enough in case of tho appearance of an
enraged fathor.
All your friends, perhaps, desire our
happiness; but then it must be in their
own way. What a pity that they do not
employ the same zeal in making us happy
in ours.
To kocp eggs fromjspoiling, cat them
whuo tlicv aro lresb. We have triod
all
kinds ot methods, but this we
the only ono to be relied on
climate."
think is
"in any
A Scotch lass thus described her
mistress's ways and domestic habit with
hor household: She's vicious upo the
wark; but eh, she's vary mysterious o' the
victualling."
Many porsons havo a particular am
bition to seem exactly what they are not
Wo know a rich man who bought a srlon-
did library, and signed tho ooatraot with
his mark.
"Is Mr. Tibbs a slow man that you
novo Aiaanniafo wif.h liimV" "Mi. T,hVn
my love, is as slow as tho cloak in tho
Court of Chancery, which takos an hour
and twenty minutes to strike one.
HARRISON & COLLINS'
tCIENTRAL BEE-HIVB GALLERY, oor.
J ner of Fifth and Wastern-row. Photographs,
Mslalnotypea and Ambrotypes tnkon cheeper than
elsewhere in tha city. Oil Colored Photograph!
uiwio ui nit sinw, irum jito iu ton smatiesi miniature.
Pictures neatly set in Lockets, Breast-pins, Finger.
rliiK" and Bracelota. AH work warranted.
no!6-ar A. 8. BLOOM. ArUffjU
TTBKFUL IN EVERY HOUSE FOB
mending Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Glass
ware, Ac.
Wholesale Depot. No. s8 Cednr street, New York.
Adirvss HKNbY C. SI'ALDINQ CO.,
Box Ko. 4,600, Bow York.
Flit tip for Pcrtlers in Oases containing four, eiRbt
and twelve doxen a beautiful Lithograph Show.
Card rrnn iwnvlng each package L4Cby,l
Wt B. DODDS, ,
Formerly 0! Hall.Dodds A Co.; late urban JXtadj A Co
XV. n. odd & Co.,
ART; AOTVBIBg 01 fM
at)
rir ami Iturglar Proof
E -A. U1 El S!
8. W. Corner of Vine Socond Street.
This Is the moat reliable F1RB AND llllltfll.a
PltlKir BAFB that Is made in tbe United States, and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
oan he lonne oieewnere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are ds
lerminett toeeii a. pnom.ua. oauuvtiau sopieasaj
Old Safes
Taken In exchange. BUOOHD-BANU IAFHB
ways on nana a. ea.remeiy low prioes. 17 )
IU8I RECEIVED-
-200 dot. citm Fresh
F Deleware Peaches;
"11 rues assorted Havana Preserves:
m cases ar- orted brands Fruits (French);
, m cases Frencb Brandy Cherries; . :
20 cases Fi-ench Gherkinsi
20 cases French Capers; '' 1
. Itt cases Brandy Poaches; .
2n iiuks Texaa Pacaus:
2 casks English bpllt Peat, For tale, wholesale
ana retail, uy - iiimn batem,
fee National Theater Building, Bycamore st,
I. & B. BRUCE.
Street Hallroa r anil OmaUiie Ulnnu
inctiircriw
UTE ARE BUILDING AND SHALL
v keep on band a supply of 8TBKBT RAIL
ROAD OAKS and Omnibuses, which we will war.
raut witial iu alyln, flniah and durability, and at
low prices, as any mniie in ine ennniry.
Umce-Uornei of Third and Vine-itreeti. JaUtf
AC T ECONOMY, A
fVop Msjpattolla I q
JJs Save the Pieces!
as
INSURANCE.
STATE AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 1819. CharterFcrpetnal
mark xiaMUkailln ninntnnatl In 1 H1H. an
tedatlDK all leaent local Inanrance Companies and
Agencies in the Insnranoa bnsinasa In this oitr. J J
tears oonitant duty here, combined with weaUb.ei
aerlenoe.cntpnjflse and liberality, especially oom
mend thsiTNA Insnranoa (Jompany to the isto ra
tio patronage or this oommnnisr standing solitary
aod alone, the tola anrrtTor and llilng pioneer ol
OlDoUinatl underwriters of
Lassea ld la Cincinnati darlns aat BlTt
Vaars, 13tl,034 T.
Gash OapitalSl.000,000.
ABSOLUTS AND TJNIMPA1BSD. WITH A
SURPLUS OF 11,030,413 80.
And the presUge of 40 years success and azpeajenea.
IYasniMTfl ot
Over $100,000 in Obio Securities.
UPWARDS OF Sl!),000,000t LOSSES
Hare been aald by tha 4irna Insurance Company In
the past 40 years.
Fir mud Ialmad NRYialUa.-BUks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Xspeclal attention flven to Icauraaoe of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 tofty "... .
Application made to any duly -nthorlaed Agent
promptly attended to. By atrlot attention to a legit
imate Insnranoa bosluess, this Company la enabled
looser both Indemnity for tha pant and security foi
tho fa tore. P llclee Issued wltboat Jelay by
JA8. U. OARTIB, Agent, No. 10 Main street.
A. F. PATCH, Assistant Agent.
B. K. LINESST, Agent 171 Vine street. .
i.i. HOOKA R, Agent. Folten 17th Ward. Ml
WESTERN INSCBAHCE COMPANY
OF CINCINNATI.
OFFICII IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 1 Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This Company Is taking Fire, Inland and Marine
flisks at current rates of ptmlum.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
' DIBKOTOBS:
TFKckert, F Ball.
8 W Pomeroy,
VTlllinm UIVUU, TV U fl UIMUVI,
Robert Mitchell, W H Comitock,
Hobt Buchanan, C 0. Shaw,
Wm Hellew, Beth Kvans, '
David Oibaon, H Brachmau,
H Clearwater. Thos K Klliott.
w u mann.
LOU Stone,
Oeo Stall.
J H Taaffe,
, i B Isham,
T. F. KUKKUT, President.
Sripn N Mobsk, Secretary. noB
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens Insurance Company)
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
01BKOTOR8:
William Wood, IsanoC. Conolen,
James F. Cunningham, Sydney S. Clark, ,
Andrew Krkenbrechor, Joseph Beaklrt,
Quo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George R. Dixon.
ISAAC 0. COPKLKN, President!
0 10. W. OoriLiN, Secretary.
A. M. B088, Surveyor.
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office Ho. t West Third
street. Trust Co. Building. noabfm
National Insurance Co.,
: Cincinnati, Ohio.
(Office South. west Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
irire Aisfca
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES.
niRBrrroRH:
John Burgoyne, K M Smith, Kobert Moore,
wm uepwonn, ui.as ii jnoore, m recnneimer,
& leaemer, tuos ung, o emitn,
L Ross. Thos B Rica. Henrv Ellis.
H.0. UBMXR, Beo'y. J NO. BUBOOTNK.Prxs.
noHlifni P, A . WpBion ah, Surveyor,
FIRE AND MARINE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI.
J. W. (1AKRIS0N. President.
8. W. KKEDER, Secretary.
Dibsptom Henrv Ressler. Anlhan Far. Win.
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel H. Taft, George W.
Townley. Smith Betts.
HtJBVEToas J. B. Lawder and David Baker. deOay
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at last Inst what tha dadles have lonrneadea
and looked for in vain, tbe Uterine Elixir.
the Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, tne Kidneys, tho Ovaries, aud the Urethra.
i ivinyniw wi fumiigui ilia tw UIUL,, 1 oiuiui Aieu.bl II
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea: in fact, a perfect core
la guarranteed by the use of from two to five bottles
of the Elixir, of any disoaae whatever of the Goner,
atlve and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter oi now long sinnaing. r rtco 91 par jtottie.
Madame ELLIS calls nartlcnlar attention to th
o cans ps
following card of one of the moat prominent Drug
of th
sluts of Cincinnati.
OI V
"lOTHe rVBLlOANDTHBllAPIKIlll F A BTIOOX AB.-
We, the undersigned, are nut in the bautt'of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
Lady ruysician. and the medicine ca led the Utsr nt
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all females
Buffering from Fomale Ulseaaes of any kind; it Ir
puroly vegetable, and lu no case can no injury; wi
say to all try, and our word for it, yon will IVnd re-
1101. r. v. mxl till, trag it,
sepvT "Corner or Firth and Uaoe-stn ate."
ADAMB ELLIS'S SPANISH 6IMU
IjATINQ COUGH AND LITER Bl LBAM
cures, witnout mil, paius in the Jtreast, Back
Bine or Limns: coughs, Colds, Hoarseness Dim
cnlty of Breatntnu. Headache. Flatulency. Heart'
burs. Cbronto Bhenmatism, Utillous Cholio, Cramp
uuimiv, unping rams 01 tne iioweis, mmness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and in Pain.
mi neusiruaiion it is a certain cure, an'i gives
immfdiate relief. In any of the above diseases
it will give relief In twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure ny me use or two uo tiles,
OlilvAtl MnfJ
per bottle so cheap that every person can get It.
N. 0. For eala by F. D. illLL. Drnitaist. coral..'
of Baceand Filth-streets; J. D. PARK, corner ol
Fourth and Walnut; SHIRK, KOKSTKIN A Co.,
oorner Vine and Fourth: JOHN DICK SON, corner
of Jtnn and Hixth; PAUI. BB1NLEIN, corner ot
Aigutnanu sreenian. Also, dudauii DUAniiAn
A
corner of Main and Fourth; and Madams
ELL
144 West Sixth-street,
sep37-ay
HALL'S PATENT.
5J
fllHE MOSTRELIABLEFIREAND
M. BUBOLAB PROOF 8AF EH.-Thev have alvan
more satisfaction than anv other now in use.
We oner a reward of ON K THOUSAND 1)01
LARs to anv eeraon thnt mil. n. to th. nrnann
time, show a single instance wherein they have failod
to preserve their coatents.
Wll
Ith this 8 A FIG wechAllanaa all flnmnetttlna.
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made: and are willing
test with any establishment .in the Union, and the
party falling first, to forfeit to the other, the mm
of fci.OUO.
We are prepared to furnish a better Bare, and at leas
oust, tnaa any outer manniactarer in tbe United
10 in tea.
wecona-hand Hares or other makers, also on hand,
n.n.pwuniif invite sue pnuiic to can anaeiai
Ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL 4 CO.,
augU-vt Boa. Ill and 17 Kast Columbia street,
BONN USTS,
RIBBONS, '-
FLOWEES
. ' Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which I am selling at t small
aavance on new lork prioes, wholesale and retail,
V- J.WEBB, Jr.,
no4 , ' 144 Flflh-atreet. bet. Baceand Bim
J Ji BUTLER'S
Excelsior
Fluid I Inks.
Mann factor F, 3 Vina St
14
. LANE It BODLEY, ,
NAMCrAOTDllM OF - 1,1
Wood-Working Machinery,
1 AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Cernar Joaa aad Water a.Ci"laBatl,0.
BY
a"j f?7i i ui, ,1 i - - kjj
1 I ' S
.
m
to
I
;
BUSINESS CABD3
'- Door X-ocks, ( r
B. R. CAB. AND SWITCH LOCKS,
Door ftad Chrto-Sprinji MT
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
SILVER-PLATED DOOR.PLATE8.
Bells Hung, Keys Pitted.
The public are respectfully lnrlted to call and ex
amine the various pattern! and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to ' n
GKORGB OIoOKEUOR)
no2cm Bo. 133 Flfth-itreet, 3d door from Baca.
3
A. B. COLVILLE,
Seal MaaoAietBrrr, -
3
No. 41 East Beoond-atreet, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Cincinnati, keeps every description of
Cannttr, PliUfarai, Cattle. Railroad Denot,
Bis irsea neaics) ii.ccif
Iroa Waaona. oVtu
Bspairng done on the shortest notice, nol-om
B. KITTREDGE & CO
134 MAIN BTBIBT, OIHCINNATI, 0.
KITrVEDQE tc FOLSOM.
Ii Bt. Charles street, Now Orleans, La
Importer of Gob oV Sportlaa; Apparatas,
' ARD DlatlM I OtTg rOWDII. '
H. OA.MFBELL & CO.,
"ATANUFACIURXBS 07 BAR. 8HEXT
IfJL and Bller Iron, Plow Blabs, Ballroal Islkei
Etc. Also, Alents for the sale of lroiitonBWKils
Warerooma No. 1 East Second Street, Cln-tanat I
Ohio. . . ...
awAii kin it iron naoe wi oroer. 1
LGENDERT BYL,
CLEANER 07 SINES AND VAULTS,
No. 09 Mlatkrfitreot. between Tine and Bace. in
tbe Medical College. Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may tavor bim witn tneu pairottge,can reiy ea pans
toallty and Uw prices. aapl-ar.
Ittoiicy! ifloncy! Money!
LOAN OFFICE.
Removed from 00 West NlxtVatroet.
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW.
KLBT anl all kinds of Merchandise, at low
atst of interest, at H. 171 Vine-street, iMlvresn
ourm gna rum, . 4fi
a. P. UL1AS' ;
" New Wholesale
men&jBWfiLRYim
16 West Fourth Street '.
When can be had every article appertaining to the
Business at manh leas vrloe, for CASH, than
has oyer before been offered In this market.
QIVE USA CALL"
and see for rourselvos. sail
WM. WH I TAKER,
JEW KL.BR, '
Ho. MX N. I. Cor. Fifth and Lodge streets, between
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
4 good assortment of 81 L V K B and PL AT ED WABA,
BrKU i'AVLB, etc, aept constantly on nana.
Beeoial attention given to Cleaning and Beaalrlng
Watches and Jewelry. mylO
BEGGS ak SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ABE NOW RECEIVING! ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches. Jewelry.
silverware ana mamonas.
-iUJ-
A line assortment ol Platod Tea Bali and Ontlerr
and Opera Glasses. TH
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
K.SAHl'L SI LSI! LIT
EBPEOf ALLY TREAT8 DISEASES OP
laS BK1N, RHKUMATIHM, DIBKA8C8 OF
WCMKN, and such Chronlo complaints as maybe
benefitted by tbe Bygyenlo and Atmopatblo aystsm
of hiaoiBce.
Vapor, Bnlphur, Iodine, Anenlo, Mercury, Tur
kish, Bnsslan and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Bl)
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Bleotrlo
and Magnetic Apparatus.
DO. M WIST BIVKNTH-8TBIKT.
aWOmceheuraSA. H.tos anlt-tft
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
OrnonNa. on West Seventh street, between Vina
tnd Bace. BniniNna No. M Seventh street, be
ween Walnnt and Vine. Or no a Houes-7M to 8)4
a, s XHtolH P. M.: 7 Ui IVM
WM. M. HUNTER,,
DENTIST,
nos 896 V.lne-ar"'
J. TAFT,
(Successor to Bnowlton a Taft.)
DENTIST.
Ha. OS West Fourth St., bet. Walnut oV Vina
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
sep2t
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O.SsMALTBY
DKALta !
,9
FRESH CAN
YSTEIRS.
COVB
OYSTERS.
9
Spiced Oyiteri.
PI(JKLBD0YBB8
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOSIV-
M. 1MQ DAILY, by the Adams express, MALT.
hid woria-renownea uaiumore
fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oyster.,
v ALSO
Trash, Hermetlcally-seaUd COVB, BPIOBD
nCBLkuOVSIEBB.
ROBERT ORB, Agent
7-tf Depot, 11 West Fifth-street
FRE8I1
OYSTERS.
OAVAGNA'S
Oyster Importing Houbb.
NO. 31 WEST FIVTH.8TRRKT.
rHK SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOKIV
INO daily, ner Bxeress. hlsSDlendidOvstera.
Having completed arrangements In Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all times during
the season be prepared to fnrnieu my friends, "and
the rest of mankind," with the most DBLI0I0U8
BIVALVES Imported to the Queen City. None bat
the very best Imported
Great indncementa offered
at mis imporun,
honse.
Order slollclted and promptly filled. Terms cash,
VKTKll SJATAMrvA,
JJiSjJa.waaaas mm mm JjjimSSSSmmmimlSSSlmiBm
MAKES AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
' LIMBS In a superior manner. Satisfactory
references siven.
Addresa Ho.
Sycamore -street,
tomer oi Front.
oeiv
INDKR'S PATENT SPRINQ-CORD
BK D-B OTTO M can be applied to
bedstead, old or new, la ten minntes. Rlastlo
Dnrahle-Clieap. Dispenses entirely with alats,
mum so muou oonsuisi is nitue. Alio, an asiori.
nent of Bedsteads for sale, with Spring Bottenit
Jail and examine them at no. 172 vine-street.
jslOum 0 F. a H. WABBIN.
RAILROADS.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton.
SHORT-LINE RAILROAD.
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
NO CHANGE OT CARS TO INDIANAP
OLIS, at which place it anitee with railroads
tor and from all pointaln the West and North-west.
THBII PA88BN0BB TBAIRB
Leave Oinoinnati daily, from tha foot of Mill and
Froat-streeta.
:S0 A. at. Chicago Mall Arrives at Indianapoll
at 12:10 P. M.; Chicago at 10:80 P. M.
12:45 P. M. Terie Hunts and Lafayette Accommo
dation Arrives at Indianapolis at 6:16 P. 11.
7:16 P. M. Chicago Ezpresa-Arrivea at lndlanap.
oils at 12:15 A. 1. ; Chicago at 10:30 A. M.
bleeping Cars are attached to all nigbt-tralna on
this line, and run through to. Chichgo without
change ef ctra. .
T Be sore yon are In tha right ticket-office be
fore yon purchase your tickets, and ask for ticket!
via Lewrenoeburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same, and time shorter than any other
route.
Baggage checked through.
TllitOllUU T10K.KTS, good nntit need, can be Ob
tained at the Ticket-ofllcee, at Hpeucflr Uooso corner,
B. W. corner of Broadway and Front ; No. 1 Bnrnet
Bcnse corner; at the Walnut-street House, and st
Depot Office, foot ot Mill, on Front-atreet, where all
necessary information can be had.
Omnibuses ran to and from each train, anwlll
call for passengers at all hotels and ali parts of tho
city, by leaving address at either office.
'- H, 0. LP BP. President.
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES. Change of Time-November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO.
Great Western and North-western.
Great Western and North-western. LINE.
AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
Tha Bhertait Kauto between
Clnelaaatl
aid Ckaeaga.
Three pMeergerTralnslMreUlnolnnatldally.trent
thefoot of Hill and Front streets.
BiJO A, M.-Chicago AUJ) arrlvea at Indlanaaelui
at mo P. Id., Chicago at 10:30 1. M. This train
oonneots with all night aralna ont of Chicago lor
the West ind North-west) oonnecta at Indiana?)'
Us with (rains for Tern, Uaute : also with Pet u
tralna for Pern, Logans port, Fort Wayne and To
ledo. l'Ji45 V. M. Terre Beats and Layfayette Ao
oommodatlon arrives at Indianapolis ot 6:16 P. tl
making dlrectconneotlont at Indiauapolia with Le
layette trains tor vacatur, Dpnngnoia, a spies, uain
(, UBoninai anil et. josepn.
T P. M. Chloago Eznresa arrives at Indlanaaotla
at 12:16 A. M., making close connections at Chloago
with all morning tralna ont of Chloago.
Sleeving oars are attached to all the nfgbttralna
-on this line, and ran through to Chicago without
change of ears.
ints la exclusively a western ana norm-western
rente, and with farepabie and reliable arrangement
with all connecting roads throughout tha entire
West, gnaranteea nnnsual care aud the amplest ao
oommodatlons to the patrons ol this Una.
tne uompany a exclusive loiegrapn xiina is nsea
when necessarr. to anvern tho movement of trains.
and Longhridge'i eelebrated Patent Brakes, are at
lacnea to an passenger irains, t.y wnicn iner canoa
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern lm
ptovemenU necessary for the comfort and safety ol
passengers, the maasgers of this road bare llberall
ptovided. ...
omosing-cera n (oisiine.
aw Be sure yon are in tha rlaht ticket office before
tan mnrrhuM vntttf tint 1m. .nil uh fnr ilrk.lA
Lawrencebnrg and Indianapolis.
Fare tbe same as by any othor rente. Bsggaga
enesked through.
TH BOUGH TICKETS, good nntll need, ean be ob
tained at the tiokstolHcea, at spencer Bonse Corner
nortn-wesi cornsr nroaoway ana rront; no. 1 unr
est House Comer: at tha walnnt-atreet Bonse. and
al Depot office, tool of Mill, on Front street, where
atinecessary inionaauon map no naa. ,
Omnlbnaea rna to and fmfa aaah train, anal w
call foi passengers at all aetiLi and all parts oi tb
oily, by leaving address at si Iksrofllce.
w, u. L. nUBIiB,
noil - : Utaeral ticket AgetiL
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
uiMIPIIIiaB If-ieTWTjbf aiiyq
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
TRAINS
Tfll
Sixth-street Denot.
Trains run through to Cleveland Sandusky, To
ledo and Indianapolis without change of oars.
Tnroiign iicsete ior an e. astern, vr
ern ana itortn-wesrern cities.
A. M- KXPKKMN TRAIN FoA Hamilton.
Western Cities. Conuects nt Bichmond with 0. and
C. Boad for Logansport; also counects at Bainllton
for Oxford, Ac.
TiUO A. RI. TRAIN For Bayton, Sprlngfleld,
Randii.kv. Toledo avid ChfCHtlo. This train makes
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago tha
same evening. Also connects at Urban iob Co-
li'mbi's; at Belletontalne with U. and 1. K. K.j at
Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Bal
Irvad: at Clyde vltli Cleveland and Toledo Ball
road trains for Cleveland; at Dayton for Greenville,
union, wincnester ana muncie.
0 A. m. KX PR EHrt Tlt.A IN For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Butlalo, Boston, New
rora, ana an uastern cities, aiso connects atviieai
llne for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
aiastern cities.
A Alt P. HI. TRAIN-For Hamilton. Bichmond
Loganspurt, Feoriaand Burlington; also Indianap
olis, Terre Haute and 8t. LcuiB, connects atHamfl
tun for Oxford.
9:.'IU P. Itl. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield
Bellelontaine, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago;
Connects at BellefontainewltbH. and I. B. B.
IliilOP. III. EXPRESS TRAIN-ForC'lnvo-land
via Delawaro for Dunkirk1, Butlalo, Boston.
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburah. Phlladelnhia. Baltimore.
and all Eastern cities.
vsrrhe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M..leaves daily xxoapr Batubuays. All other
tralnB leave daily xxoerr SuaDATS;
Ticket offices north-oast corner Front and Broad
way; no. 19!) walnut-street, near uiDson tiouse; at
the new Ticket Office, on the west side of Vine-street,
between Postoffice aud Burnet Honse; or at the
C1IX DAIL7
3
Sixth-street Depot.
nou a. jnoL,ausn, oupennrenaens.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express TrslBs.
FIRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 10
A. M,, connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Oolnmbns, Stenbenville and Pittsburg; via
Oolnmbns, Crestline and Pittaburg: via Colnni.
bus and Bellair (Wheeliel). Also, for Springnolil,
This train stops botweon Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
SECOND TRAIN-Columbrut Aocommodatlon
kt4i4UF. M. This train stops at all atatlonswbe
tween Cincinnati aud Columbus, and Cincinnati aud
Mnrlntrttnlri
tiiik.II TKAtn-n mi Azores a. iir.iii r.
H connects via Ooiambus and Bellair ( Wheeling)!
via Oolnmbns. Crestline and Plttsbnra: via (Jolniii-
bus Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Oblambru and
Cleveland.
This Train stops at Loveland. Morrow, Xenla
and London. 8LKBPIB00ABS ON THIS TBA1N.
eweme Day sxpreas runs tnrongn to uieveiana,
Wheeling and Plttabnrg, via Bteubenvllle, vrtthonl
change of oars. '
jtne mum AArasoo araii lonvina vinaiuon.i
at IltUOP. M., runs daily, except SATOBVAKB.
The other Trains ran daily, except 8U NDAY S,
For all Information, and
Informi
York,
a 11
Thronsh Tickets to Bos
Ion, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washloi
k, r
Mia
mh n. Baltimore. Waehlna-
ton, Buffalo,
o, N laser
Wheeling
ara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Plttabnrv. Wheelina. 1
annlv at the Omces. Walnut B treat House. No. 4 Bnr
net House, No. 6 Kast Third-street, south-east corner
of Broadway and Front streets, and at the Eastern
Apoc.
Trains ran by Oolnmbns lime, which Is seven min
utes u
faster than me.
J. PCBAHD. Bnp't.
Omnibnsos caH(for pasaenvarv by leafing direolloni
noil
AND XENIA RAILROAD. Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
IEOaJmv
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD.
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
TI1R0D0H WITHOUT CDANQH OF PAHS.
Two Daily Trains for Vlaconnet, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 7; 20 A.M., and 7:M P. M .
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 7:3Q A. It.
I-.0OP. M.,and7:S0P.M' t, ,
One Train for Kransvllle 1 1 7:30 P. H.
Tbe Trains connect at St. Louis for all pointaln
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qtilncy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis sud Cairo for Memphis, Vlcktbarg.
Natcbejiand NewOrleans. ' ..
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:M P. .
BKTDnNiao Fast LineLoaves Kast Bt. Lonli,
Bnndays excepted, at (iM A. M., arriving at Jlncn.
nati at 10:16 P, M.
Bipikss Tans Leaves Bast St. Lonls dallyat ;00
P. JU. arrtrliic at Cincinnati at 0:3s A. M.
. i, , i F OB TUBOUGH TICKKT8
any
To all point West aLd South, please apply al the
offices, Walnut-etree I House, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No.' 1 Burnet House, corner oatoe,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Bfvmeer
House Office, and at the Depot, corner Front and Mill
stmeis, W. H. CLBMSIIT.Oen'I.Buperintondent.
jluinlbnses call for passenger.. ocM
of
'n.
OLD GOVK&NMENT JAVA, OLD MO
CHA, and very superior old Ble Coffees, at
!, FKBOUSON'B,
Ja7 Const Ninth and Vlne-sUeett,

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