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TUESDAY-
MBEWIY H
[From Once a Week.]
THE ANGEL-CROWN OF LOVE.
BY GEORGE MEREDITH.
0 might I loud mr armi with thee, .
Like that young lever of Boatauce,
Who loved and gain'd so gloriously
The fair Prlnoet of F renctl i. .1-.
Because be ored to love to hlgV h' ' .'" '"
H , bearing her dear weight, man speed
To when the mountain touoh'd the tin
Do the p road king decreed. , ;. ,
TJnhalting he mat bear her tn, 4 ; ''
Nor pause a space to (ether breath, . ,,
And on tba bight eb would be wou;
And ihe ih won In death " 1 .
Bed the far eummft nsmes with mora, .', j
While in the plain a glistening Court . ,
Bnrrounds tbe king who practiced acorn
Througntuchametkofaport. -
. i f .; I r f .
She leant Into hii arms; the let . . ,,.
Her lovely abape be cletp'd; he farei."
God epeed him wholel The knlgut make bttt,
Tbeladlet lift toft prayer, jy., ,s , ,. .
0 have yon eeaa the dear at ehaiet i: i ; .:,
0 bare too eaeu the wounded kite? , .
So boundingly he rnna the race, . '
Bo wavering grow hi flight. r . ,
"Mt low! linger here, and tlake '
Thy thirtt, or me tbon wilt not win.1'
i "See'tt thoa thetuubled heavens? they breakl
They beckon ut up, end In." ,
"Ah, hero-loTel unloote tby hold:
o drop me like a cursed thing."
'See'et thoa theerowded twardt of goldf.
They war to ut the Hot and Jtlng." .
"0 deatb-wblte month! 0 cast me do wn!
Thoadieatl 'Then with thee 1 die."
"See'et thoa the augelt with a Crows? . ( . 3
We twain bave reached the aky." '
Petticoats and their Appurtenances.
In May last a gentleman of good posi
tion was married to the daughter of a
lady who resided in Fiooadilly, London.
In July tbe bride bad to attend a ball,
and of course it was necessary that the
should hare a baH dress. Application
was made to Mesdames Lewis and Cooper,
who are court milliners in Someraet-street,
Portman Square, and there the bride or
dered a ball dress, not only for herself, but
her sister. At the same time the fair
lady ordered a magnificent steel dress
petticoat The dress and the pettiooat
were sent home, approved and much ad
mired. In the same month of July, un
happilyso constantly in this life do
mournful aooidents mingle with the gay
est a painful event occurred in the fam
ily, gnd Miss Lewis received this note:
"Kindly come at once, as I hare some
important orders to issue which must be
executed immediately. My poor dearly
loved siBter has been summoned from
this world of oare.V. This imperative sum
mons was obeyed, and the consequence was
an extensive order for mourning dresses.
Some other colored dresses wnioh had
already been ordered were sold, for the
season was over, at an abated sum; for
whioh credit was given to the lady in the
account. , At last a bill was sent in, a bill
involving the external interests of the
bride, of one or more of her sisters, and
of her mother. But the amount, rising
to the figure of 95 10s. 81, the husband
of the lady in chief demurred; he paid
50 into court, and declared himself not
indebted beyond that sum. There does
not appear to have , been any dispute as
to the authority of the lady's relatives;
the whole question lay in the reasonable
ness of the charge. That tbe dresses
were not extravagant in their proportions
appears from the fact stated by Miss
Lewis, that when she took some of them
home to show her customer, they proved ta
be not long enough nor full enough.
The ball dress which was ordered cost
10 10s. Not a large sum. It was very
nearly twelve yards in circumference.
There was also an extra full book
clip belonging to the pettiooat,1 9s. Cd.
"What, asked Mr. Uonyman, . "was
the book slip belonging to the petti
coat? ' Miss Lewis answered, "the crino
line, if you will enter into the mysteries;
it is to hide tbe steal hoops. . ihe more
we anatomize the phenomenon, the more
surprising do our discoveries become. .
When the naturalist oatches a.'demoi
selle.' and subjects it. under the micro
soope, to the dissecting knife, he finds, in
it, if not exactly the same structure as
that of higher animals, still the most
wonderful complication ol organs, arteries
and nerves, mere aro, However, some
creatures in which the animal itself is
but a small and not readily discovered
fraction of the structure which appears to
tbo eye; these are usually very low in the
scale of the creation, and the demoiselle
whioh was under anatomy by Mr. Hony
man in his clinical lecture before the
Court of Common Pleas, appears to have
been an analogue of coralline rather than
an insect. . Beneath the full book slip
was an exo-skeleton of steel hoops, price
1 5s. Cd., a price which the dressmaker
declared to be "quite reasonable," and we
can well understand that it was so. Mr.
iloneyman now grew nervous, and was
"afraid to mention an article" that cost
3a. 6d. "Is that reasonable?" he asked.
Miss Lewis, mere intrepid, looked at her
bill, and replied, "A steel bustle, 3s. 6d.;
quite so." . The anatomy of the bill,
and financially of the demoiselle, ' pro
ceeded until at last it was discovered
that the Court could not of itself settle
questions so extremely complicated; and
the case was deferred for the Master
this does not appear to be the husband
to decide the matter in difference between
the parties.':..: .v', .-. ' "
Imagine the Master thus appointed to
deoido in detail the affairs of the toilette.
It ia a fine practical satire on that false
philosophy which makes women spoil
themselves. For the greatest waste,
after all, is in their own attractions.
Look down anv eallerv of oostume. from
time immemorial, and see if the most
graceful garb, that which best sets tortn
ihe womanly graces, of from, carnage
expression, is not the very opposite of this
mad millinery whioh disguises the angel
under a heap of manufacture? It Is
waive the sweet competition of the Graces,
in order to wretohed competition of the
purse, tor us benefit solely of outers
lucre. . When did von ever see the
Paphian Goddess, or Hebe or Helen,
any heroine of tale, in prose or Terse,
imprisoned in hoop or crinoline? "So
stands not the statue that enchants
Spectator.
A BIONIPI0A51 UMI88I0N. A CUT
lenkht, who was unable to asnirate the
on being deputed fc give King William
HI an address of welcome, uttered
following equivocal compliment: "Future
get weatttiag yoqr..Majestj'a.fxptoiU,
. will pronounce you to have been
Jtid
Spectator. Brief Essay on the Courage of Cowardice.
UMii j atfUetv,.,, x t
The New York Atlas of late date
haa
the following: :;;:'!;"'.;:'' .4:'. '' :: ' '.
Your pure, unadulterated coward passes
through life undisturbed by wars or ru
mors of wars. : atreet ngnt ana corner
nlug musses are not for him. He does
. . f . ut
nrvk (1 latum ttlft DlftOlQ COmWJSUrD Ut U1B
mind by thinking up the best manner of
resenting insults. - tie never uas eiwer
of his oooulars put in mourning. Court
plaster never finds a sticking place upon
his countenance. He never has the
"wind knocked out of him," nor does he
ever receive an unlucky "belt" between
"wind and water." Like a ship upon a
smoothjsea, he moved slowly, oalmly and
maiestically unto his appointed end.
His is the peace platform. What cares
the coward for the oode duello? , or any
other code 1 which r involves danger,
damnifA ! fit destruction to ' his body,
If heis challenged to fight a duel how
Iv Ha RAttias the dlffioultv! With, the
dinrflirard for the sneers of sooi
ety he calmly replies, "I am opposed to
duelling on principal; but if assailed, I
know how to defend myself Should
he be assailed, after making this heroio
nnnwAl. ha does defend himself. He
backs out, runs and leaves the field to his
adversary thus sacrificing himself that
tha fr miiv win -all the honors. The
oowardhas a good appetite, he sleeps
well and is in no mortal tear oi losing on
life, or beine battered and kioked and
cuffed, for well he knows that the mean
est of snouiaer miters or ouiuei wuma w
to strike a coward. There is more real
heroism, more "moral courage in his
cowardioe than there is in the breasts
of a doaen of your brawling, gouging,
fighting men. His courage the oourage
of cowardioe is a superior arti-cle, a
luxury, j ana nence its nuwwiy. "o
coward possesses the truest, highest cour
agethe courage to preserve in all its
Ttftrfection. unsoarred and nnmutilated
until death, the "human form divine."
He is openly in action what three-fourths
of us would be, had we bis courage to
disregard the sneers of society. .
The Study of Children's Faces.
It is interesting to study human nature
in children's faoeB to see the effect of
different modes of eduoation upon diverse
developments of mind and body. Many
children look sour, wilful and ugly; some
sad, even; while others loon sweet, pieasant
and happy, as children should.
Much as nerfeot or diseased physical
natures, proper or improper diet, may
have to do in produoing these appearanoes.
home discipline and example, as a general
thing, have more. Mothers do not realize
that thev fasten their own feelings, so far
as expressed in their offspring. She who
soowlfl and frowns habitually must not
expect her ohild to look joyful, but
gnarled or surly. Like mother, like
onild: only sne wno -sows we wmu m
the heart of her daughter, may expect
to see the whirlwind gather and burst
forth; as our harvests are generally more
plentiful than the seed we scatter.
Seleofc a very pleasant looking ohild, and
notioe if it has not a very pieasant loos
ing mother one who answers many of
its thousand and one questions with a
warm, loving smile, instead of turning
away the inquiring mind, and fretting at
91
its enaiess leaaings.
Who of us. amid continual irritation
would preserve the same benignity of
countenance I ana can children oe ex
pouted to do better than their seniors and
teachers in this respect? How I pity the
half-dozen offspring of her in whose house
there is no acknowledged ruler, save,
pcrhups, the youngest child. Tlie'so youth
do not lookr vorv happy much leas so
than though thev had been t audit obcdl
ence to rarontal authority, for their
mother neither fools nor looks very joy
fuL
But displeasing us is a surely faced
voutb. a sad child is indeed a Borrv siuht
If its body has much vitality, a sensative
son! breathes an inoongenial atmosphere,
probably in the very heart of home.
Childhoodshouldbe laughing, rosy, sunny!
and when it is thus now attractive)
bad almost said, how beautiful are they
who represent it, though their features be
very unsymmetrical. Many a mother is
overburdened with care and sorrow.
whose is a continual struggle with the
heavy artillery of life, it is true, when it
ishardtowear smiles; yet chafing and
fretting ean not lighten her burden.
She must look to God; who will do all
things desirable for her He, who loves
to see his creatures nappy.
or
to
or
H.
the
A Qpaieb's Mods of Dototino. A
young man, a nephew, had been to. sea,
ana on nis return, he was narrating to nil
uncle an adventure whioh he had on
board a ship.
"I was one night leaning over the taf
rail looking down into the mighty
ocean' said the nephew, whom we will
call William, "when mv crold watch fell
from my fob and immediately sunk out
sight The vessel was going ten knots an
hour, bnt nothing daunted,! sprang over
the rail, aove aown, ana after a long
search, found it, came up olose nnder the
stern, ana climbed back to the deck.
without any one knowing 1 had been
absent"
"William, said his uncle, slichtly ele
vating hie broad brim, and opening hie
eyea to their widest capacity, "how fast
did thee say the vessel was going?"
"Ten knots, uncle.
"And thee dove down into the sea. and
came up with the watob, and climbed
by the rudder chains?" ;
xes, nnoie.
"And thee expects me to believe thy
storv?"
"Of course! Yon wouldn't dream
calling me a liar, would you, unole?"
; "William, replied tbe uncle, gravely,
"thee knows I never call anybody names;
but, William, if the Mayor jof that city
were to come to me. and say, "Josiah,
wan't thee to find the biggest liar in
Philadelohia." I would come straight
thee, and put my hand on tby shoulder
and say to thee, "William, the Mayer
wants to see tneer
Qoieb Ihtilleot. Mrs. Siddons, while
J : A.- AU. ..L T.I. lUnn.lU
urvDBiuK iui tuo pant vi mjomj jubvuohji
was informed that a poor woman
traveled all the way from Brecon,
native nlace of that eminent actress,
see her perform. "Has she ber intelleot?"
demanded Mrs. Siddons, in her usually
pompous style of speaking. "I don
know, madam, , replied the attendant,
."but she had something tied up in a
nenqketoniei, "
loptwl. witHHro
Unichm LaTna ot a Feiroh Gasttit-
MAH 10 A X0CMO AiADT. e lOUQWlug u
a true eopy of an aotual letter reoeived by
a young .-lady in New Orleans from a
friend, a Frenoh gentleman, in theoountry:
M—22th of January, 1860.
Miss : You will be surprise to see
that I write to you for the first time, but
it is only to tell you that I injoyed a per
fect health, and whioh you the same.
. We have not much pleasure in M .
Ererythings his sobah and silence, but
monday that silence have been broken by
the deth of mister His
deth have produoe grate deel of pane ua
the part of his family. ' So did Miss
She have died, and have been regret by
every "body. .
I have not muoh more to say, except
your mother tola me to give you her best
respects. : So did and Miss-; . All
of them are in good helth and injoyed a
hannv life except Miss i . which have
lost a child. ' She have sofered mitely but
now she is well i- v ;
I terminate my letter by hoping you a
good helth, and if she is wert ansering,
anser it as quick as you ean.
Tour umble survent, -
Sdbtlb Qukstioh fob 1 a Dbbatiko
Sooibtt. The question before the meet
ing is this: If a fellow what is a fellow
and his gal are about to be parted for a
time and they propose to exohange
daeuerreotvnea. and for that purpose the
fellow goes into a daguerxotype shop
and is to pay for having the "pictures
took," and he has only money enough to
nar for one nioture in" a magnificent
case and one picture in an ordinary
case whioh nioture should be put in the
magnifioent, case his own ugly mug or
hern? Would it be gallant in him to put
her mug in the ugly case? Would it be
jinerouB in him to put his mug in the
mrlv case whioh she is to keep? That's
the question before the meeting. '
of
up
of
I
all
to
had
the
to
t
HARRISON & COLLirrS
CENXRAli BEK-HIVB GALLERY, ow
ner of Fifth and Wee tern-row. Photograph!,
Melainotnea and Ambrotypee taken cheaper than
elaewhere In the eltr. Oil Colored Fhotograptai
made ol all lUea, rrom uie to ne amaiien miuinium.
Pictnrea neaUr aet In Looketa. Breut-ilui, Vlnger-
ringe and Bracelet. AU work warranted.
THE PENNY PRESS
FOR I860!
TBI OHKAPESI,
THE CHEAPEST,
THIS OHKAPKBT,
-AND-
BEST FAPKB IN THH 01TT.
BEST PA PEE IN THE CITY.
BEST PAPEB IN THE OUT.
NOW IS THE TIME
NOW IB THE TIMB
MOW IS THE TIHB
TO BEND IN TOUB NAMES
TO BEND IN TODE NAMES
TO BEND IN YOUB NAMId,
BIX CKHT8 A WEEK
SIX (JKNTS A WKK
SIX CEHTB A WiK
WIMj PAT FOB THE PRESS.
WILL PAT FOR THE TBESU.
W ILL PAT FOB THE PBISP.
14 WBST F0UBTH-8TBEET.
14 WEST FOUBTH-8TBEKT.
14 WEHT FOTIBTB-HTBIET.
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at laet jnat what the Ladlea hare leaf needet
and looked for In ln, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir la warranted to cure all dlt
eaaea of Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kldneya, tbe UTarlee, ana the Urethra.
r. . ' ...111 . i . np 1. I 1 1
rrui&pnlie ur ailing vi tiiv tt ujuu. l hiuiui unuiu u
etlon.Chlorofie, Amenorrhea; In fact, a perfect can
it cnarranteed by the nee of from two to five bottle!
of the Elixir, of any dlteaae whatever of the Oener.
attre ana urinary urgans, oi mate or lemaie, ne
matter of how lone Undine'. . Price 11 aer Bottle.
Madame ELLItTcalla particnlar attention to the
following Oard or one of the mott prominent Vruf.
rliitfl of (Itnelnnatl. ....
To TBI P01U0AKD TH1 IiADIU IX PlBTIOOLim,
We, the nnderl(ned, are not In the habit of gltlnf
oar name to Patent Hedicinee; bat knowing weU tbe
Lady Phytlclan, and the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all femalee
anffertng from Female Dleeaaea of any kind; it Ii
pnrelyyegetaole, and in no caae can do injury; wi
tay to all try, and our word for it, yon will And re-
lief.
. i HJ.UIJ, irniHR lit,
"Oornerof Fifth and BaoeItrrete.',
entT
-ALSO
m
ADAH1 ELLIS'S SPANISH 6 IMC
LATINO OOUOH AND L1VEB BALSAM
, without Tall, palna in the ureut, Uacc
Bide er Limbe: Consha. Coldt. Uoaneneaa. Dim.
ma,
cully of Breathing, Headache. Flatnlenoy, Heart-
hnrn, Chronic Bhenmatlam, Uliuona Uhollo, Uram
OhoTI. Grlntnf Peine of the Bowel. DuUneei,
o, Uram)
Btnaer, Inactmty, Loea of Appetite, and la Pain
ful Menstruation It ia a certain core, and glint
Immediate relief. In any of the abore dlteaaia
It will ctTt relief la twenty minotea, ana a term.
Dent enra or tne nee o r two Dottle. uniyw
OnlT Weenie
per aeiuo ao cneas imi every per
iraon ean aet It.
1. o. or aaie wr m i. xuuu,
r.
of iUceand Flfth-atmta: J. D. PARR!, oornerof
roam ana wainnt; buiun, suhbtjcih oo
comer Vine and FonrthLJOllll diokboh, ooraer
of 7ha and Sixth; PAUL BEINLEIN. corner
KlgaUi and Freeman. Alo, mwASD BUANLAH
s wu eorner oi aiain ana roaru; ana maaame
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 18 WEST FOUETH-STEBBT,
jb. next to nmitn -txon't nan, vineinnan,
Ohio. A splendid Olft, worth from M cenu to 1100,
will be given with every book for which we receive
sne dollar and upward at the time of tale.
Glfta consist of Gold and Biver Watches. Ladlea'
Solid Oold Chain, aplendid aet of Jewelry, ioeOold
Bracelet., Oenta' Oold Veat-ehalna, and a large va
rietr of other article of rich Jewelry, worth from
M cent to 1100.
Ladle and gentlemen are respectfully Invited
call and exam I ue our atock.
At A. KELLEY,
, PnblltherandOinBooktelltr,
at Fourth street
RI0BOIV8. .
FLO-EES,
Feathers and Winter Millinery,'
Of every detorlptlon, which lam telling af a mall
advance on Haw Terk nrleta, wholttale and retail,,
. . J. WEBB, itn
' en 144 Fifth -street, bet. Baca and
COMMERCIAL, PRINTING MEAT.
LY executed at thlatolBee. ' i
T' XAVKTOUK O&DKBS F0K JOB WORK
Jaltth Fanny Fran cmae, . m
' B-,-6
.
ut
to
MISCELLANEOUS.
A? A? EUONOMY I
Pieces
USEFUL' IN EVERY HOUSE FOB
mendlna Furniture, tan. Crockery. GiM-
AdHreai HlISaT 0. Bt-ALDINO CO..
. Box No. S.600, Mew York.
Dm . fa tu1at In rifuAa Aiintmf ulna four. etKht.
and twelre doaen a beautiful Lithograph Show.
Oard wmmmwTtne eiwih raoVage. jeilarj
HALL'S PATENT.
TUB MOST REUABX.E FIRE AHD
BUBOLAB PBOOF SAFES. They hare flrea
mora aatitfaotlon than any other now in nee.
wooBerarewara 01 una TuuiiBAnu uvw
I. A KM to any seraon that ean, up to tbe prevent
time, how a tingle inttanot wherein they hare failed
ireaerre tneir oonienw. ...
nth thl SAFE we challenge all competition, a
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar PVoof now made; and are willing to
teat with any eatabllthment ;ln the Dnton, ana the
party failing ftnt, to forfeit to the other, the inn
5fj2,00O,
We are prepared to fnrnUh a better Safe, and at lea
ooet, than any other Bunnfaotsnr la the United
State, n . . t ,
veoona-nand are orotner majtera, aiao 01 nana.
WeratBMtftuir Invite the mblte to oaU and exam.
IM our took Mlor
form anrahaaina eleewnere.
n . r t 11 f 11 1111T t . m
vauauuu w.,
Eatt Oolnmbia ttreet.
aagH-yt
Wl B. BODDB.
FOTawrUofBAU4KiddaOo.;laMUrbaBa)od4jC)o.
W. B. Doddt &, Co.,
1 putTiiAornaaa e nra ' '
OONORIUTia
Firt aud Burgla r Prool
Se W. Corner of Vine Second Streets.
mm,tm I. thm mnet reliable ITRal AND BDBOIiA
PBOOF SAFE that ia made in the United Statea.and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be aold
at lower price, and la of better workmanihlf than
oaa be found elaewhere.
We hay a large aaaortment on hand, and are d
termlned to aell at price that cannot fail to pleat.
Old Safei
Taken In exchange. BEOOND-HAFD BATES al
wayt on hand at extremely low price. tlH
930. 30. $30. $30.
Thirty-DollailouhleLock-Stitoh
FAMILY SEWING JliCDIlu
BIOUBED BT BEOENT LXTTEBS PAT1NT.
THIS MACHINE HAS SEEN FRO
KODNOED by all competent judge, wh
have aeon It, to be the beat and moat dealrable Fam
ily sewing
naohine ever Introduced. rrardleaa
i price.
It will tew all kind of family good a,
om the very thickeat to the very Onoat fabrlot made.
and me all kinds of thread, from Mo. S to 800.
ttm on la naea on lopoi ins iviacmne.
Send for a circular, or call and toe it In operation.
Opon eurlr appllcation.Stateand County Bight may
be teenred.
An eaergetlo perton can make a fortune In a thort
Ume. Agent wanted in all untold territory.
H. U. HUK.T1HAIV,
Be le aud exelnilve agent for the United State.
tepHimt 9H Weet Fonrthtreet. Olnclnnatt
THE GLADIATOR
OAS-BTJBNINO, BMOKE-C0NH0M1K 0
FOUR SIZES.
: MVWarranted to give eatlsfactlon. jtm 1
MANUFACTURED AND FOR. SALtt BY
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.
' No. 19 and 91 Bait Second-atreet, '
jaiatf CIMCIHNATI, OHIO.
OANDY! GAND1
' (Bwoantor to Imi OttJ
MaMfaetoren and WholUe DeaVwrt
FINB AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET,
CINCINNATI
mylT
Tin-ware, Spouting, &c.
A. O. PAEEY.
DO. 36 Y1HB-BTBBKT, HBAB FBONT,
"'';-..! . CINCINNATI, . K
KEEP9 ON HAND AND MANUFAC
TUBK8 to order all varietle of Tin and Sheet,
iron Were.Publlo Lanternt, and other article
hit line. Manufacture to order all varietle of Me
tallic Kooning, Tin, copper ana uneewron. .
. Las tern Olete always en hand.
Order, from a dlatanee arometlr attended to.
A few Btove on hand to dispose of obeap for ctuh.
Btovt-pliielojnuneaananMipaatnonnouoe.
I. & D. ORUCE,
tract JtadlraaU Car .nd Omalba Maaa
- faetarere. . - -
TB AEK BTJILDINO AND BH Alt
WW 0n hand annply of BTBKIT BA.IIi-
B0ADOAB8 and Omnibuaea. which we. will war
rant equal in ttyle, fluish and durability, and at
low pricee. at any made in the conn try.
OHlAe oorner or Tnii
rhird and Vlna-ttreett. Jal4tf
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
Dlt. SAITI'L SILSBE13
I?1JPE0IA1LY TREATS DISEASES
aPJ THB HKIM. KREUHATIBtf. DI8BA8E8
WOMJCN. and anc Chronle oomplalnta a may
benefitted by the Hygyenlo an A Atmopathl lyitea
of hliofflc.
Tapor, Bulphnr, Iodine, Artenlo, Mercury,
klah, Bats lan and Xlectro -Chemical Hatha, a
sectary of Mdlclnt,and every manner of IlectrlO
Ud,MwtwAnrratai.
HO. 57 WBBT MTIHTH-STBIHT. -
gew0Rlot henrt t A. H.U I '.. ' nalf-tft
O. E. NEWTON, M.
Omow-H. W Weat Beventh ttreet, between
and Baoa. BxaiDaaoa Bo. M Seventh itrewt,
WM. M. HUNTER,
-X; dentist,
nod ' . ' aOo TJn.aty)Ct.
-r; 3.' TAPT,l
' (Buooeator to Knowlten Taft.) 11 '
D EN T I S T,
t,MWtsl Fe.rth u, kwl. WtUl.t ak
CINCINNATI, OHIO,,
Titer
f P IP .:
S 'I rcr ' ;
i . v c vn iv..j,u034d
RAILROADS.
Cincinnati, Richmond & Indianapolis,
—AND—
Cincinnati & Chicago.
RAILROADS.
THROOGH ROUTE TO
THE
Q.REAT
NORTHWEST FOB .
INDIANAPOIiW, -. TBBUK H AjrjTE,
BT. LOUIH, liAKATKlTB.
Ite. r,:'.K!ai '- '
SLElsBCBObDitEITHQUXOT
Two dailr thronx h Iratut leaT81xth-ltTet Depot
at 0 A. hi. and if i40 P. M. . .,; ' ,'
Through to Indlanspolls Without
unangeoi . ,;,
Direct Coruteciiont Mad by Both. Train,
AtKlchmond,wlthOlneinnatl and Chicago Bail,
road, for Andereon and all point on the Bellefon
taine Bailroad Line! Kokomo, LoKaneport, Pern
and all point on tbe Wabith Yalley Bailroad. '
At Indianapolle for Terra Haute, Mattoon, Pana,
a. r.Mta mnit Tlllnnla fiantrnl RaI rOAll.
At Lafarette for Danville. Tolono. Decatnr, Spring.
Held, tplea,nincr,and Hannibal and Ht.Joetpn
A nUinan tr,w Kartn. KAnflah. MIlVAnkie. La
croeae. Bt. rani, frame an umen, noo uisuu
Iowa City.
1
The M P. M. Train make direct connection at
I.nmtn.rtori. with LoiantDert. Peoria ad Burling
ton Bailroad, for Oilman, El Pato, Peoria. Burling,
ton, Qaincy.Oaletbarg, Galena and Bnnlelih.mak
lag the distance , . , ,
35 Mile Shorter.. ,
Than by any other Ronte, ;
' . ,100 Miles Shorter
THAN VIA CHICAGO!
Pare as Iaw and Time as Quick as by
any other Route.
Thlil exolulTtly aWtatern and Horth-wettem
Route, having at farorable arrangemeta with con
necting Boade a any other Bout. Paesing through
a highly-culUTatta ooiintry wiuj numeroot
and Tillage, It effart to patron more pi' aaant ac
commodation for aafety, comfort and Intereat tban
a ti nlh.r U.in,A fiH the ehATfl.namftd BOlntt.
For Through Ticket or auy further Information
be aura ana apply (
TICKET OFFICES: .
lMWalnnt-ttreet, between Fourth and FlfthtreeU,
near Ulbton uonae;
HahKuI Minmr rmnl in. BmnnwiT!
Weat tide Vlne-etreet, between Burnet Home and
Oinoinnatl, Hamilton and Dayton Depot, Fifth and
BUtn-atreei. v. 1. munnuTr,
- Snperlntendent.
. W IT 8HTPM1N. PuiMIHr AnnL
Omnibuaet will call for pteeenRer by tearing their
namea at either of tbe Ticket DftloM. ,
feio W. H. BMITH, Agent.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT-LINE RAILROAD.
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MIUES.
TlATO CHAK3E OF CARS TO INDIANAP-
1.W 0LI8, at which place it unite with railroad
for and from all point in the Wettand Borth-weat.
THBI1 PASSEHQBB TBAIHS -Leave
Oincinnaa dally, from ihe foot of llllland
:60 A. M. Chicago Mall Arrive at Indlanapollg
at 12:10 P. M. j Uhicago at 10:10 P. M. -
13:15 P. M. Tene Haute and Lafayette Accommo
dation Arrivea at Indianapolla at :15 P. M.
7:14 p. M. Chicago Expreat Arrlvet at Indianap
Olit at 12:15 A. H. ( Chicago at 10:30 A.M.
Sleeping Lfart are atwcneu w aii DiKut-trniuevu
thit line, and run through to Chichgo without
ohange of otra.
mr Be tore you are in the right tlcket-ofllo be
Ibre you purchase your ticket., and ak for ticket
via Lawrencebarg and Indianapolla.
Fare the tame, ana time inorier man anyomer
ronte. . , ,
Raffnm nhnrltAn thrnncrn.
TUliOUOH TICKETS, good ontll naed, can be ob
tained at the TlcketHfflcet, at Bpenoer Houte corner.
N . W. eorner of Broadway and Frout i Bo. 1 Bnrnet
Houte corner; at tbe Walnut-ttreet Houte, and at
uepot Ofnce, foot oi Mill, on Front-itreet, where all
ntfuun InfnrmAtinti can be had.
Omnibuaea run to and from each train, and will
rail for naeeeneert at all hoteltandall Dart of the
city, by leaving addreat at either othce.
jaw n. J. uuiii. rregiupiifc
NOVEMBER 14,1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
mm
lUPJewaPBBJ
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
1
gix
DAILY, TRAINS LKAV1 TH1
Hlxthtreet Dennt.
Trains rnn thronah to Cleveland 8sndaakv. To
ledo and Iudieuapolta without ohang of cart.
Through Tlckett for all Eattern, Western, Korth.
era ana nortn-wemernciuet
BXPBVEriM TUAIN For Hamilton.
BblUllQIUllU. lilUiaUBWllD, IJIt IM Oi.O, VUlWVl .1111 111
Western Cltiet. Couuecta at ltlchmond with C. and
O. Boad for Loganaport; alap oonnecta at Hamilton
'tor Oxford, Ao.
Ti:ill A. HI. TRAIN For Davton. BnrlnnOeld.
jaudutky, Toledo and Chicago. Thit train make
cloae connection! with all train leaving Chicago tbe
nmii evening.
Alto connects at Ubbama ro Co-
cuaaoei at DeiiDiuuiauiB wita d. auu il, n. a.i ai
ellefontalne with B. and I. B. B.: at
Forett with rltteburg, rort Wayne and Uhicago Hal.
Iroad: at Clyde with Cleveland and Toledo Bail
road traina fur Cleveland; at Da; ton lor ureenvilie,
Onion, Winchester andlMuncle.
III A. M. EXPBBtM K AIN-For Cleveland
via Delaware lor Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boaton, Mew
Tore, and all Eastern clue. Alto eonneot at ureal
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and .
Eastern cine.
3:40 P. flf. TttAIN-ror Hamilton, Bicbmond
UU(uiiiui j a: rjui it uu uuiiiiiiivu sunw Auuiwunp-
olla. Tern Haat tuid Si. LouU, ooanMU At H ft mil
IiOgantport, Peoria and Burlington; alto Indiana
olu, Terre uat
ton for Oxford.
5i;M) P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Bellefontaine, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago 1
Oonnecta at Bellefontalne witl B. and I. B. B.
llillrtP. M. KXPRESTttAIN-For01ev
land via Delaware ror Dunkirk,, Kunaio, oostoi
.T V T, ..J .11 ..h. tlu llu WTHnu.a i
new lUihMiu .il M.W.U vi.w. . aiw, vvuuowm. m
Oreatline for Pittsburgh. Philadelphia. Baltimore.
auu an mvivtii cine.
wtoi nigut sxpreti Train leaving uneinnan
11:80 P, M., leave dally axocpr BiTcanal. All other
traina leave dally xxoipt Bv.ditr;
For further information and Tlckett. apply at th
Ticket office north-oatt oorner Front and Broad
way; No. 169 Walnut-ttreet, near Oibton Houte; at
the new Ticket Office, on the west tide of Vlne-atreet,
between PoatoMot and Hornet Honae; or at the
Sixth-ttreet Depot. j
noil - - v. aiotia.nin. gupenpienuent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Enaananrp
Three Trains Daily.
ji Two Through EzpreM Tnlnt. ;
in
a
OF
OF
be
Tnr
Dlt
N7IIBST TRAIN DAT EXPB-09 AT II
M A. M., connect via Oolnmbu and Cleveland!
Sa Oolnmbu, Bteubenvtlle and Pittsburg! via
ilumbut. Ores til ne and Pittsburg: via Colum.
bu and Bellalr (Wheeling). Alao. for Bpringlleld.
at all the princl;
Itationt. .
IN Oolumbua AooommodatloD
BKajUNU V.
at 4i40 P. M. Thit train atop at all atationa be
tween Oinolnnnti and Oolumbua, and Cincinnati and
BPfintt2 THAIN-Blgh Kxprets rtTiqO T.
M., oonneottvia Colambut and Bellalr (wheeling);
via uotumona. uiesiun.ana rineDurc: nt uorum-
bo Btenbenville and fltuborg; via coll
niAval&nlt.
lambux and
Thla Train atop at Lortland, Morrow, Xenll
and IiBdae. KI.fcHPINQ OA US ON THIS TRA IN
mm xov lay aixare-1 run. mroun w viervuuiu,
Wheeling and PUtabnrc. via BteubenvUle. withoav
onange oicart.
The NIQBT IXPBXSB Train leavlntOlnoinnal)
at HiliOP. M., run daily, except B
iiauy, except bati
rUBDAXB,
Tbe other Trains run dally, exoept SUNDAYS.
ally, exoept BUl
ind Through Tl
olplila, Baltlmc
Fall. Snnklr
Tar all Information, and Through Tioket to tloe.
I Information, and
r York. Phlledolnl
ia inrougn xt
ton, Mew York. Fbliadoipnia, Jialtimore, wathlni
Jialtimore, Washing.
Snnklrk, CUveland,
ton, xiuaaw. magara aai
V.I- T1I.MU S.l l
Flttaburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern place,
annlv I
at the Cftoea, Wain nt atreet Bouse, Bo. 4 Bui.
net Houte, V a. Eatt Third-street, aouth-eaet corner
of Broadway and From atreeta, and at tn Baatan
Bepot.
Traintrnn by Oolnmbu line, which g arm mil
ntea fatter than Oinoinnatl Una.
J.DUBAHPj
Omnfbnxef otn forpaatenrar by leaving i
at the Ticket Offioet: .
I. vubahp. onp't.
; direction.
COM
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D.
Tin
be
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Tlaf
lp
Muaa
HII nonnfj no ,nj ai-nuto
Htj,,-tqurnroo finw sUM-tuoiMM
,00 9 HHMVH
tit0fl pa HDfajr eiqwoj ; 'ftt9
qi0 lunioa sjx.o j juoii 't.diuo a ,nt -atea
aajjpuupujoddnqtoq(,pnotso),emJI-wrT
KOttI DS0HI9 J!I tU Iflc! '6XZI9 11
-TITII txioo
Exceltior v Fluid inkt
Kunftctory, ytat it M
.JMC
RAILROADS.
Commencing Dec. 4.1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILROAD
RAILROAD Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOUOH WITHOUT VHAHOH OF OABB.
Two BailT Tralni for Incennea, Cairo and Bt
LoTiit,at7:20A. M.,and7:J P. M. .
Three Daily Train for louleTllle.at 7:10 A.M. ;
tflO P.M., and 70 P.M.; , ,
OneTralnforEvanevilleetljSOP.H.
The Train eonneot at Bt. tool for all polnta lxt
Eantatsnd Nsbraaka. Hannibal, Qulnop and Keo.
knk; at St. Lonit and Cairo for Uemphlt, ?ickbarf,
Natcben and New Orleauf.
One Through Train on Sunday at M-Jr
K.iTin Tut T.lne--LaTet Eatt Bt. XiOIUIi
Snndayt excepted, at t:M A. kt., arriilng at OlnoUx ,
atl at 10:14.. M. : . , .. : '
jixraxaa tbuh ueaTee ei .
P. M., arriring at Cincinnati at 8:M A. M.
? . FOB THBOUOH TICKETS . .
TnaU polnU Weat atd South, pleate apply t t the
offlcee, Walnnt-ttree 1 Honte, between Sixth and
Serenthtreett, Ho. 1 Burnet Honae, eorner etuoa, ,
northdreatoorner of Front and Broadway, Spencer ;
HouseUfiloe,and atthe Depot, corner Frontand HUK
treat. W. H.OLEMENT,dtt'l.8nperlntendent. .
Umninuaea can lor paaeeagen. w - . vr .
r
INSURANCE. -
Choice First-class Insurance
... "BY TBI "''." '"v
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual::.-,
Cash Capital Enlarged Half a Million :
' , ... ( Dollars. - V
AGENCY ESTABLISHED t IN aNCIN
NATI In 1839, ante-daUng all preaent local
Inanrance oompantea and agenda in the inturanca .
bnalaaM In thit olty. Thirty-flve yean' eonetant
duty here, oombined with wealth, experience, enter-
prite and liberality, especially commena me ynina
Ineo
thit comnianuy aranaing toiiwy tuu ivuv .u,
sole turvlvor and living pioneer of Cincinnati un
the
aerwritera oi . . .
The largest loat ever attained by any insurance
company at one tire in Ohio wax by the iKtna, at
Chilllcothe. Avril, 185), and amounted to S1U,31 67,
moatiy paia prior v miri
Jrior to thirty dayt after the nre.
in Cincinnati during the paatilxyeara
Lot tee peii
8177,870 48.
Cash Capital, - $1,500,000.
Abaolnte and unimpaired, with a net lurpln of '.
i 9314,149 37, -:
And the prcatlge of forty-one yean' incoeet and x
i perienoe. Inveatmenta of '!
I
1
!
Ofer $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
' xriM mnj Tnland NiiTlMttan. Bfifc accented
at terma oontlaUnt with eolveuoy and fair profit.
Ktpeolal attention given to inanmao oi inreuug
and Content, for terma of 1 to 5 yeara. .
Application mad to any dnly authorised Agent ;
promptly attended to. By itrict attention to a legit
imate Insurance batlnet, this Oompany I enabled
to offer both indemnity for the put and eecurity for
the future. P UclMiatned without delay by .
CARTBB oV LIND4BY, A cental .
Bo. 40 Main-ttreet and ho. 171 Vlne-atreet.
, i.i. UUUA.KB, .
A I P. BTJ8H, Agent,
i. 1. BCOKEB, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward.
ot, CKivington, .y.
NAM, Bewport, Ky.
fellay 0. P. BUUB
LNSUHAliCfi OOUPANI
i OF CINCINNATI.
rhFFICH IN THE SECOND STORY OF
vf Mo. 1 Front-atreet, between Main and S;
Ivoamore.
Tbla emmnanv IS taxi
Thit Oompany la taking Fire, Inland and Marina
Slakt at current ratea of
lakt at current ratea oi pntminm. -Iioue
fairly adjusted and promptly paid. : ..."
DlBEOTOBSi
tFKokert, F Ball. 8 W Pomeroy,
William Glenn, W 0 Whlleher, W 0 Mann.
Robert Mitchell, W H Oomttocki LOI Btone,
Bobt Buchanan, 00 Bhaw, OeoBtall,
Wm Bellew, ; Beth Bvant, HTaaffe,
David Gibson, H Brachman, JOItham.
U Clearwater, .... IhotB Blllptt. "
T. F. KCEIBT, Preeident.
gTPHw.Moni, Secretary. nog
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
01" CINCINNATI, OHIO.
, ' ' DIBBOTOBB:
. William Wood. Isaac 0. Oopelen,
' James F. Cunningham, Bydney 8. Clark,
Andrew Krkenbrecher, Joseph Beakirt,
Geo. W. Biihop, Wm.Fu.her,
Ueorge K. Dixon, . .
-! ISAAC C. COPELBN, Preeidentl
00. W. Oopxlxm, becretapf. . .
A. M . BOBS, Burreyor. .
Ia prepared to issue Policies on Fire and Marina
Biska, on favorable terms. Office Mo. I Wttt Third
street, Trnst Co. Building, poSbfrn .
National Insurance Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. " .
(Office Bonth-weat Oor. Main and Front-ttreeto.)
Haiiiie, Inland Transportation and
. Fire Eiiki
TAKEN At CUBHKNT RATBS.
1 DIBBOTOBBf '-' ' '
John Burgoyne, B M Smith, Bobert Moo.,
Wm Bepworth, Oka L Moore, M Fechhelm..
F X Wledemer. Thoe Ong, B W (Smith.
J T. Un... Thoa R B ft. 1 Henry Klllt.
H. 0. UBNKB. Beo'y. ISO. BTJBGOf KB, Pre.
anoUbfm 1 P. A. BraiQMAW, Burveyor.
-vn n A Wkia-i Vtva t n ffjll
Eagle Insurance Company,
. OF CINCINNATI. '
i ' ' J. W. GABB180N, PrMldent.
. W. BIKDKB, Secretary.
DiMOTona Henry K easier, Anthony Fay, Wm,
?food, i, W. Oarrfeon, Samuel H. Taft, George W.
ownley. Bmlth Bett. .
Bpavavoaa J. B. Lewder and David Baker. dePay
THE OYSTER TRADKf
O.S.MLTBY
Bauaiar- '
VRE8H CAM i Cyk (?) .
rafrw-covis.;
XOYSTERS.
fa (4 Ipioed OyitoTt.
mmWlUMIJtn OT8TMW
THE STJBSCEIBIB IS VOW BEOIIV-,
11.0 DAILY, by the Adam eUprea, MALT-JI'Bworld-renowned
Baltimore
freih Can, Keg' and Snell Oyiteri.
AIAO
Ia?o7Ba",,,l m mcKB
B0M2T OaB,AireiiW :
" ' Depoj, 11 Wt Flrrlnrtreet
FBBSB
OYGTERG.
a w. evv a P'a- - ' t
Oygter Importing House
NO. 31 WIST FIFTH-STH.KHT. ,
rHB BTJBBOBJBEE. IS NO K BI01IV
1H0 dally, per Xxpreta, h l ealendM Oyster. I
Having completed arrangements ia fwumora, on
LU til
OUB .
nebnl
ih very beat Imported.
rA indooe-MBU oOtred
. tnie imtoTEi
..t thla Imafirtina.licna.
Order alollcii
ilea ma pnrinyii7
filled. Termacath,
H. ft ATAIlnA.
ei.if
f AKE8 AKD BFAIRS. ABTIWOJAlr
1.TJL LIMBS inn tuperior manner. Satisfactory
refers noes riven.
J itner of Fronts
Addreat . 1, Byoextore-itre,
InVTM. H. BALDIVIH, ATTORNEY
WW-.. AHD OOUNeSLLOB AT LAW and 1
Jonmwaioaer oi tbe nupetior and Ooanton
krartt. Bwk Buikuk, PMU Wept rt f
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