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FRIDAY.,... FEBRUARY :ir
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[From Once a Week.]
THE JOURNEY OF THE DAY.
. ' I saw tb maiden mora go forth, and bar tier were
. Bore Mltl mil,
To load her gold.n pitcher At the (uo (bant on the
. And ah bowed her meekly down, tha bridegroom
of the day
Stole br, end with hit aery breath kissed Sight
Jun the Balden yet again, but her looki were proud
, And ware rarth'e hotly ihleld couM bear tbe (Ire
And tbe bridegroom lay beside br, bis (lanl limb
aaris or ids mi;
Jar la their nootide dumber, oa bit azure, bannered
I eaw the maiden yet again, but ber feet wera harrr
. lnc on. -
Ai twere eoma hooded pilgrim, ere yet ble jourory
Qneached wa the ennllght of her eye, and the dwi
hnng on her breaat,
While erentnc flnnf her yurple-tcarf athwart tbe
I aaw tbe maiden once again, and ai efaa pawnl In
The moon with many a elater itar came danelng into
1 And eadlyeon oa iplrlt wlage, ai the vision rolled
' away, , ,
" : Fell down the nlght'e dark enrtaln On the ohambera
The Sympathetic Bumpkin and the
, ' Some years ago, in a "Western theater,
rather a Btranjre scone occurred in Shak-
speare's tragedy of Romeo and Juliet; and
; those who were fortunate enough to he
.y present,- will no doubt remember the
. incident with more than on ordinary
; aefrree ot pleasure. , ,
'"f . The pieoe had passed off well, without
7 interruption, until , the last soene. Tho
character of Romeo was finely enacted
, and loudly applauded. The very model
''of' lovers was before the tomb of the
r Capulets, gazing upon the motionless form
,,, of her who had so attracted bis soul, and
meditating on committing an act which
would send his spirit to that undiscovern
ble country where Juliet had gone. Just
5 as he exolaimed, "Here's to love," and at
the same time raising the vial which
-. oontainea tne poison to nis lips, an ovcr-
Sown young countryman jumped npon
e stage, seized him, dashed the vial from
v r i j . i. . .
aia imuua, crubumg ii w atoms ana yeii'
"You darned fool! she aint dead. Only
been taken, sleepin' mtdioine. Didn't
you Ret the passon s letter?" -
"Sirrah 1" growled the enraged trage
diaa .-, , -. - -. .
, "Why! yet gal aint dead, I tell ye. Tho
way it was, they wanted to make Julv
' marry that chap, (pointing to Paris) whoae
. bUzinees you've jest settled; but. I tell
' you, July was spunk she got her : back
r ngnt np, ana vowea sne wouia nt do it,
even u sne was Jayin. in a vault, and the
ghost of the other feller who you jest
kut should kick her brains oat with alio
bones of her dead cousins. Wall, her
danrlpr wn Tin and aha t.nV stntT flm
. passqn fixed, so-she eould play possum
' till you got hum! That's the way it war,"
! replied too countryman, giving the des-
i. perate lover a tremendous poke in the ribs
with his elbow, and at the same time
loosing his bold. "
', "Curses upon you I" muttered the en
raged tragedian, bb he stalked behind the
scenes . A .-
"Wal,! now I", said the countryman,
facing the audience, "If that aint a little
, the dod darndest, meanest cuss I ever did
see, I hope to be swollered, by gravy!
That's all the . thanks I git for stoppin'
him from pizenin' hisself! Hope to be
tarnally smashed f I ever interfere again
when a feller wants to murder hisself!"
he coutinued, as he clambered book to
his Beat, just in 'time to prevent his upper
story from ooming in contact with the
curtain as it descended. ; , , . .
A Coxstitctiom Lovkb. The Mac-al
Cheek Pross tells this story in a recent
iasuei ';j i rv ';: . s '
'Judge S, a good Demoorat, a. good
judge, and a verjf conscientious man,
was holding Court in one of the prairie
' Counties of Ohio, just before the October
eloction. . - .
There was a groat rush of doubtful
claimants to citizenship, and the Judge
had decided to check it ' - ' '-
From this dioiaion, Barney Mulligan, a,
swift witness for these embryo voters
dissented, "for a rayson he had?' ,
Judge, (to tJarnoy). Wo you know, of
your own knowledge, that this applicant,
mian u iooie, is attaonea to tne vrinoi-
pies of the Constitution of the United
fctatesr, - ,rv r '. rr-:
Barney, (very decidedly V "Yis. ver
Honor, He js. , . .
Judge. "Has he ovor read the Consti-
' " - I
Judge. "Can he read at all?" '
Barney, (brightening up. "Can't road
at all, your honor, , and in course he'll
always vot the dim vote right, iir.",v
3 Judgo"I think it will do Brian' no
harm to wait until the next term; Sheriff,
adjourn the court till 2 o'clook." .
Barnoy was not to be beat in that way.
He planted Brian in afonoe-oorner, stuck
a rail in front of him for a table, and laid
on it a borrowed law-book, from which he
read in a non, brogue, f'tne Constitution,
from boginning to end, and,,, then waited
for 2 o'clook. .1 -y,-. -.. .,..,
ouuu .uo wnui ainu icuuimuiiu, i
"o- yes! o-yes !" Ao.y Barney rushed-to the
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jh mm uw guana . . n ..j, i
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uuutti jw uvuiui i u nait una uuu-1
Btitution to Brian, oat an' out, and he's
Droll Hallooikatioh. Among ' the
features of a pleasant little town in Mas
sachusetts, many years ago. was, a poor
old woman who had beoome ' deranged.
Crazy Sue was the name she went by.
and though by no means vicious she had
a monomonia for petit laroeny. One
cold night she came to the house of s oit
izen whose given name was . Able,., and
wanted to stay over night. The cold
fithout was intones and the srentleman
i. uuu v hi. nvwi i ia mm uuf ojirnr, bv
e was burning. About tne middJe 1
H MMit(raniniaB ,WB arvowu
iign emananng irota tne i
m M.k;.M i ..I .ill
muiuK iu auiuowuBiei
Crasy Sue dressed oom-1
Miotbea ana shoving ner own
atareqxiiwpf stov -iiere you witen,
he shouted; -frjorffjeiy enraged, "what
are you about?" SiflTJooked np, a picture
of Htonishsiint, anlakig her hands re-
.Tin had killed
". . . SB T . 1
Enniin unr Tjfrrminion Eoacaw nnr nurna i
1 ' 1 - J p5 w .
and xby the kitohen stove, in which a I
Bt at -VE. d T
; 14;NWUI Maw.vhI.orianTgives
ini aooonnt or a martyr to (jcnauamty
in the earl ageaC,
A vwtim. whose armcarance on tha
ioene was mare charaotenstie "of tha
groMiQOl.molution, Uhriatianitv was
i cuooiuift, wu cianain a woman ana a
awe. ihroagh &U theeioruciating ago-
v. , vuv wuuig, uoi uhoucdb, wuu was
nerseit a confessor, watched her in tram.
bling anxiety lest Bhe should be betrayed
into some weak concession. But Chris
tianity possessed a - livinir . power then
whioh could lift; even the lowly i
into a Bublimitr of heroism. Fmm tha
cross where, like her heavenly Master,
" uuu& J00 BM 01 mnuo rabDie,
I she, sane hvmns to his vraise: when
taken down from '. it . the beasts of
the arena refused to do their office,
as if , their brnte natures, softer than
those of men, . oould be awed ! by
uoh sweet piety; and the intervals .be
tween her punishments, twioe Dostuoned,
she passed in comforting those of her
; i i p
uuiuuauiuuB wuu were reeervea ior a sim
ilar fate. The apostates whom weakness
had allowed to retraot were animated by
ner, to a renewed strength, ana toey
oounted it their highest ior to be ad
mitted to the prospeot of sharing in her
auoenngs. At last wnen she was dragged
forth to final ezeoution, on the reour-
renoeof the great festival cames which
Caligula had instituted on the banks of
the Rhone, she met her death, by the
horns and feet of a furious wild animal.
UKUniii intnJ . r. MA1 UAKnAl
She was the lust to die; but her name be
came the first in the roll of those saints
whom the pious gratitude of the Gallic
Churoh has since raised to the skies.
Kklatbd to thh JoDQE. The Judce
was trying at too uenesse turouit an ac
tion to whioh one of the parties happened
to be namesake of bis. During the
trial, the party having an opportunity,
and thinking probably to gain some ad
vantage by it, approaohed the Judge and
said; "We are ot toe same name, Judge
I've been making inquiries, and find that I
we are some relation to cacn other.
"Ah!" said tho Judge, "is that so? Are
you sure of it?
"Uu, yes, said be; "no doubt of it"
.'Wall Dflld ttlA -111ll.A . .11 Am .
giaa to near tnat very giaa maeea. 1
shall get rid of trying your action. I
snnn aiBimsB ii, oecause i eant sit in a
suit where 1 am a relative to one of
the parties. , !
ihis was a little more tnan the party
naa Dargainea tor, ana ne nogan
to paddlo off After a few inquiriea as to
the Judgo'8anoe8try, and their reBidenco,
eta.. "i wink. jnn. Raid i,n 1
mistaken. We are of quite different fam-
llios, and not at all related.
"Ah!" said the Judffa. "U that an?" 1
"Oh, yes," says he; thero is no mistnko
aboutit" . I
"Well," said the Judgo. is a very cm-
PDfttl0 nei I m glad to learn that
Ter7 1 should hate awfully to be
related to a man mean enough to attempt
. .... v . . .
10 'nnuence a court as you nave!
"The would be relative retired."
A Disodised Husband. The Kicker
booker has a good anecdote of a man who
rarely failed to go to bed intoxicated and
disturb his wife during the whole night.
Upon his being charged by a friend that
he never went to bed sober he indignautly
denied the charge, and gave the inoident
of one particular night in proof:
tin . i i . e aw
-rretcv soon alter l got into bed mv
wue Baiu, - v ny nusDana, wnat is tne mat
.inra -i a . .
ter with youf You act strangely!"
"There's nothing tbe matter with me."
Boidl.- "Nothing at all."
"I'm sure there is" said she. vou don't
act natural at an. snantl get up and
do something for you?" '
And UD film Stat, liiritad n innrlla on.l
came to the bedside to look at me, shad-
inir the lieht with IiAr hnnH I
ry - ' O " I
1 know there was eomething strange
Out Villi." Raid aha.' "nrhv! vnn I
about you," Baid she, "why! you aro
"Now ihis is a fact, and mv wife will
swear to it, so don't you slander mo any
. 1 ii i r i .
mum vj saying man navon t Been to bed
sober in six months, oauBe 1 have." , .
Opposb thh Commkncbmbnt. Tha
Arabs have a fable of a miller, wbo was
one day startlod by a oamel's nose thrust
A.X. t ! . I a
in ma winaow oi tne room wnore ne was
sleeninir. "It in vnrv nnM nufuMa " aoi.1
the camel "I only want to get m'v nosa
The nose was let in: than th nanV
and finally thn whnln
the miller began to be extremely inaon-
venienoed at the unirainlv comnaninn h
bad obtained in a room oArfcuinlv nntlnrrra
enough for both. "If you are inooriveni-
A ni AC I Vii mov laann ar wl 41. 1.
said the eamel:
waavwwa jvm aUWV lUIKIVj
"as for myself, I shall stay where I ; am."
The moral of the fable conoerns ' alL
When temptation occurs, we must not
yield to it . We must not allow so much
as its "nose" to oome in. Everything
like sin is to be turned away from. He
whs yields even in the smallest degree,
will soon be entirely overcome; and the
last state of that mun is worse than the
first ' ii-.-.w.-....
ApBBCOOIOITg Child. A litfJn fallnnr nnl
yet three years old, son of a well known
oitizen of rJandusky, was missed,' a few
uurniogs eiuue, ana uiq wnoie nouse
Bearched for him. The anxious mother
:n i j il. l ,
bi um upeneu Hia waanroom noor.. anil I
i i ":i.i..i.. l.l.u ir. ' 7
wuut a muuiiiui) ueuem. xior iitrin lun
had got his father's shaving utensils, and.
supply of lather', was standing "tip toed"
iu uuiur uoionj a uiush, wim
wi. Mwiviu mm iiikid. TIIMU au UUUil
razor, trying to ,- shave his babv face!
Hearing the door open, he turned partly
around, and ' disclosed to - his petrified
mother two sanguinary streams crimson,
ing the white lather upon his cheek, the
uaxuoruua riuor uaving innictea gashes
there, in his primary efforts at shaving,
She kissed him first, and the gave him
another borber-ous lathering. , .
winur. Taian anma nniArana aa an.in .
, wwvmv M vwii in
the spring as possible. The pullets of
To Havb Hbn Lay ih thb Wintkb..
these early broods will be large enough
rp lay lavs m laaiau, ana, ii tney are
suppiiea wicn warm quarters, ana besides
wing wsu iou. Ww. Bnluli are auowoa
occasionally a few so rape of fresh' meat
; ii e. i i.i. . ? , .
thrown in to them, they will oontinue to
lay all winter. Jld hens, if treated thus,
will often beb6m. -quite proline. Hen
roosts Bhould . be supplied . with ashes,
gravel and pounded shells. 1 especially in
winter, when the hens oan not procure
theat articlti lMwhir.
til l I'l -1
The Phrynes of Paris.
The Tarifl eorresnondflnl of th.Kw i
Orleans Koaynne writes in a recent letter
of tha lorettea of the French capital : ; ! -;i
Pari fe. ruinina 1 the CariatoaraCT of
Russia a abBoluWljtaa Ijanf bloaauresj
luiuou vyaituntj. suuit. i srw IB noi
only filled with Russians' who induke .in
i every iouy or weu(d,v out rar.sian ex
w i a nvtMHii UU m, faAlOlCkU f A
travHcance is- transplanted - to . Russian
soil, and, as is always; the bate' with
imitations; it is caricatured by exaggera
tion, urazii too u gangrenea . Here, a
Russian is . pointed out here who has
spent $1,600,000 in two vears' time; 1 the
lorettes devoured moat of it . A Brazilian
"protects" M'll Sehloasac (I shall trv and
give you some idea of the snmptuousnesa
of the protection in this letter, if I have
the epaoe). Another Brazilian save a
festival to some' half-dozen 'people, ! his
friends, and ballet cirls. ati the Trois
Frerea Provenoaux, t other dav. oostinc
u,uuu ana , ainoe i am upon 1 this
chapter of the folly of the wealthy, let me
add that, at the first performance of t La
Pese Prodieue, a younir Frenohman was
pointea out tor Having given to lorette
six, hundred bonbons, each bonbon
wrapped in a tnoueaua Irenes bank note:
What name shall ba eiven to this criml
nal waste? ' Just think of one hundred
and twenty thousand dollars being poured
inw we common inp oi a lorette l , i
These women are the plague snot ! of
tnis state, as tney wereot . vemoe wnen
Venioe was the brothel of. tho1 world, i as
they were of Corinth when Corinth was
the bed in which the world's hosted blood
was cooled, '. Jin eland owes her long pre
served high position to the morality of
her children.- And it gives me uncom
mon satisfaction to believe that Ameri
cans have inherited no little of their
forefathers' ohostitv. though our standard
is lower than it used to be. But thero
are few Americans who can live without
a borne, and where no wite .is there no
nome oan oe. mere are tew Americans
who do not soon tire of the charms of
mercenary beauty and long for the
charms of a woman; there being no more
Bimuaruy Deiween a wanton and a wo-
manthan between a gaudy : Hindoo idol
and our God.
Am Uncultivatbd - Powtioian. "In
the Hard Cidor Campaign of 1840. Mr.
answer, a ctate senator, presided over
Our club, lie is a great speeoh-maker.
but sadly addicted to murdering tha
Jung s English. On one occasion, at the
close of the meeting of the olub, he arose,
announced that the 'regular monthly
meetings would hereafter be told every
fortnight,' and then gave notice to the
auuiuuua uiai uiu oAuruise 01 tne eveninir
would 'olofla itn ?ingng by the corpse?
un one oooasion a cold supper or
oollation was given bv the trustees of our
village to the firemen; ' and he was 'te-
quested to (invite ; certain citizens. The
invitation ran ttius: 'You are invited to
join in a cold ooalition at
on ihureday evening next.
kiMruciTY of tfje Akcibnts. If Or-
phous, or Linus, or any of those melodi
ous moralists, Bung in. bad verses, such
advice as a grandmamma would now give
child of six years old, he was thought
be inspired by his gods, and statues
ana altars were erected to bis momory.
Heeiod there ib a very grave exhorta
tion to mankind to wash their faces: and
have discovered a very stroriir an.W
between the precepts of Pythagoras and
Airs., irimmer, both think that a son
ought to obey his father, and both are
olear that a good man is better than a bad
i. .. .
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uira AMD UITTLX 1HINQS. Llle IS
made up of httle things. It is but ones
an aire that an occasion is offai-ad fot n
great deal. True greatness consists in
being great in Httle things. How are
ruilrnnda linilt? ' Rcr Vio (,.ir.,ll r
after another, and one shoveirull at a time;
Thus rlrrma mnlio khn
- avuMaAw "U VWUUUi , AJLVUUfJ V U I
should be willing to do a little good at a
t.imn. and nnt-Ai uruif: f At a nni. JAn I
timo, and never wait to do a great deal
good at once. If we would do good in
world, we muBt -be willing to "do
good in little things, little acts one after
anotnor, speaking a word . here and a
wore there, and setting a good example
me ume. .- n - 1
.i e ii I in ia
Good Advicb to a Wotjldbh CnBDiTrm.
proud, lazy' young fellow once come to
old man who sold brooms, and asked
him to let him have one on credit; to whom
oia man said. '
.."Friend, hast thou no money?" ftlf;
"No," replied tho other. ' - 'f-s '
"incn bettor Borrow of thy back' bor
row of the bolly they 11 neer ask thee
again; I shall be dunning thee every
linn -r . . . - ..... , .
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A LlTTLB AT A TlJJB. "PoUT Water into
vessel with a narrow neck, and little
enters; pour, gradually and in 'small
quantities, and tho vessel is filled." Such
was the simile omployed by Quintilian to
Bhow tho folly of teaching obildron, too
much statime... ,K:-i4(:,- '.,;.
. . '. . i I V
J-l RtJTH UlSAORBBABLB. "It ia with
truth, said Melanothon, "as it is with holy
tvnA1 AV.1.V Ana mm!... ik I il.- 1 . i
water, every one praises it, and thinks it
naa some rare virtue- in -it; but offer to
sprinkle them with: it,: arid they will
ihut their eyes, and turn awav their fann
iromib ic L-.i r.m i t-y t.m j
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WI JSlililB. M.. a.. HAS TQTJHD
in i... .... . .7 . .
!J?J00S f,Jor '5, ,n th orin Kiuir.
eiuei of a Utorlne Nut ore: InfiammatiA. d tha
WaI. . k . 1 .1 . 11 . . I . SJ .
...'uiui.u. iiii iiiii, iu; uvanig,ana toa uretnra.
Prolanaoaor Falllnanf tha Wnmh p.i.a.i w....?
auon,(jnioroaiaAinenorrhea; In fact, aaerfroteura
gnarrauleea by the ue of from two to fire bottlM
ha VI Iw ( n ami Jlaaaua . a I .i 7 n . . .
UT6 idq urioarr urfftns. Of mate or female, no
"M'SYrTW10?;! ,ricl n Bottle.
iT i .1 j i no vnr.ivuiar aiiennon 10 (Ha
Hiuuwi.H.uaru oi one i me moil promiaen turns.
teor uinclBoatl, ..,... .. m:'."
'To TUB Pdblic.wd vna T.ifiTMiw p,......
" i . huudihiubj, aro nm la ino uaon oi giving
nawo to J'atenl JledlolBeei bntknowlng woUthS
Ladr Pbrs olan. and tnanadlnlna n.ui.k. itii..
Kllxir, we obeerfnlly recommend it to all femabia
ana.ring lro Temals Dieeaaei of anr kind; If It
puivi ,i.uio,.uii in an oaaa oan oo iniiiry; we
to all trr. and car word fnr it. vnn win jin
iioi.' -- - w, v. niuu, linn .
epir. ' 'HJorner of Fifth edBo-etrft.J
I ADAMK ELLIS'S SPANISH f IMC.
LATISQ COUGH AND L1VEB, BALSAM
OOM, Without fail, patnr in tfab Breaat. Bank.
Hide ar Llrabaj OoBaha, Ooldi.
eolty of BnMhlns, Headache. Vlatalenw. linart-
burn. Cbi-onio Bhenmatuim, Eihl
neamatum. Bimoua Uhollo, Vrn
falna of the Boweli, nuIlneM,
v. iwiaa Mtf Imii. ..a i. 6. ...
witrina rains or tka l
Inaotlrlty, Loaa f ApasUar.
Menitrnatlon if U a ear tain oora, an-t slviw
and la Pain, i
unui bum VI ftu. vum 11 1 I.D INHlMa.
tvMtle-ao ehean that erery peraon oan Hot it.
i. Dnifml. mmit.i
Baoe and rifth-etreetej 1.
my wmiv wj m V. DI LU
avurwauu iraiiraii DUinm, nWJIXtilKIR m
comae Vine and JPonrth! JtlttN nirntiffiir TSA
Jkn and Hltihi PAUIi BBINLRIH. eanuir at
D SOAK LAN
and i lu
l'.,"u? "Sfi-. ', UWAJU BVAH1VAN
coTner of Main and Ton
mSCEIXAHEOtra.' j v
HARM SOJf' & COLIilN
GJCNTRAt BES-HIVI GALIERY; anr
ol Fifth and Weetera-roW, ' rhotogrepM
Melainotype and Ambrotyjpoe taken cheaper
elseiwhar in tha cit... 014 Ooiorwl
marie of all aim.- from II Ah tn tha amallMt Miinlatm
Ptoturea neatly set lb Locket, Breaat-plns, JTrnfei
nel-er i s! ..-:.-. A. B. BLOOM, Artlsf.
monalni Fnrnlturs. Tan. flmrW. aia
ware. Ac . .
Wboleeale Depot, Wo.j It CMar-alreet. New York.
Addroee v.v aBNttX 0. BfALlllNO A CO.,
;V -V-1' ." . . V8, New York,
Fnt UD for Dealerl In (lawui aontalnln tnnr. lili
atld tWalTA flOMn a tiAailfffnl liilhniM.h Hhna.
yam i.wip.nnni aoa naotiure. laeaiayl
fflHB M08TSEUABE,I3FIRB AMD
m. uuuuiiAKi'BOOI'SAria.-They have glren
We offer a rawAMl nrflNVt finltTfiia n n run
IiARM to any peraon that ran, op to the pre xi tit
time, show a eingle instance wherein they bam failed
wnu iniBBA.rn'WA obAliana all nnmtvotftljwi
uniujitus nest airs rrooi, liorgiar rroot, or "ir
onrgiar rrooi now mado: and are wlllina to
wita anr etablihment .In the Dnlon, and the
2 00O mmm to me omer, ine earn
Wo are arenared to rnrnlah ahatir fur ni f i...
Meoond-hand Safee of other maken, alao on hand.
our etook before purchaiing elsewhere. ;
anglWt - Wo.l&an(U71Caet Columbia at rent. v.
i Wi B. BODDB. ' " 10
roraerlyorHaU.JOoddr A Oo.;lU Drbaa Joddf Vo
O 0 1BT OH 353 T 33
Iir and Uurclar Proof
VT. Corner of Vine 8econ4 streets.
- ,,.- ; i , ' . Ul t
TMi la the moat raltabla riTtl Aim nmnii i
PROOF 8AVK that (a made in tha Ualtad Hf.io. 7Zi,A
warranted perfectly free from damp. Oan ba aoM
lower prtoea.ano la of better wrtmaiiBhIn than
be fooud elfewbera, , n ..:-.u m T i . j .. jl ".
Wa hara a larva iMMfmutlA. k . . .
uiuinw v mu n. viium anat oannoi iau io please,
1 ,;i " a u - o i
um Aitiei i-
In exchange; BUCOND-HAND BATSH al
on nana at aatremsly low prlone. - 7M
999.. .r 930. $30. h. $0:
thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
BSOTJBKD BT BBOENT IKTOBBB PATBHtJ
fflHIS MACHINE HAS BEN JPitO
MUU8UB1I Dr all lAmi).t.nt
RMI ll HI WUH DBl hUQ mOHt d
"7" w ma ana mom deairable Ft
uyoewing jnaonma Tar tntrodooed, reerat-dleaa
price. It will ew all kind, of famny
the rerV thickest to thamrir Kni.h.iA. tL.h.'
dim all kind of thread, from Mo. s to ami. .
olll. o.ed entopoi thr-niBrhin-. -
ypwiBii, wvF.iwH'MiDtaicaui) vuuuiv uiUDUtata
aeenrea. . - . . ., -. ;..
enersetle. oeraon can mnka rnPin..i . .i.i
mwh wBurviniinaiiunBoiaiorrilury. ., (
le ana AxclnniTA axmnt fnr th. rtniin.i uu,L ;
!Hfnjt flS West IToni-th-etreBt. Cliiolnua'tl. i
TITE ' fwl j A HI A THOU
'.d ' - ,
. ) , ; '. I. '"i ....l..."'.
FOUR SIZES". : i
i ar Warranted to glre eatUfactloosM . '
MANUFACTURED AND FOR HI AXE BY :
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.
Noa. 10 and 91 Ifnat Seconil-atreel "'. ,
J12tf ' " ' " " " OINOIKMATI. OHIO.
AND Y -19 OANDl
. S ).: v.
IBoooaMor to Mtim ooj
lauufaetnrers and WholiaaU Dcatwrs
vw; b" -"IB", -'''' .!;.; il t
FINE AND PLAIN OANDIKS,
v'f''-- .'., i X1- J'l'lll (i.if.l r'; ,
I. & Q. BRUCE.
UaUraad Oar and ilranlbaa Mna'u.
... , moinrera. ... .
Wk abb' building and . shai-l
kana nn hanita ann.lv t R'PR v.tt.v mil-
AD CARS and Omnlbnuee, which we will war.
equal Id etyle, flni.n ana dnrabilitr , and at ae
prlcea, aa any made la the Country. . ,m,
Onrnnrnf Third and Vlna-atreofa. JaMtf J
B 71 r I I I ,arw.nil,iTrF TJTIJrt I
MEDIOA1V AND;, DENTAL.
tk ' a) I aa'ir" oT' u'am n a-T
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES 01
1UH BSIN. BHSUUATIBU, DIBBABES Of
WOMEN, and tnebChranio eompUlnts'M may be
beaedtted by the Hrtyenig and Atmopatbl iritdm
LofUaaflea,,,;,;,,..; -j.-j Ka -i-n:ni6.ir du. a
Vapor, Sulpha', Iodine, Areenlo. Moronrr. Tr.
Biuwlan and Electro Chemical BatM. a Dl
of Madioine, and tterr manner Of Kleotrle
JUi-netio Apparatsa. .-uot.-i.A..i .
MO. M WJC8T BiytlHTH-BTBnt. J
1 ' ' ",' aqlo.tft
iE. newton; :M; r:
Omon-.Ha. ag wm awauth ihui t u- w..
Baoe, BaaiDjwoa-No. u BaranUi acnefe b..
WM.' ;1 M . vH U NTER.
tn-v:,Tk TJ! xr rr Ti3 m "
W Vlnewatrgft. '
(Bnoavjor to KbowUob a Tafi.l
M Weal Panrri St., vaZTwaliiat Ac vIb.
U AN if A
6 It.. i
Jt'S-rwrZ VT 1 "TTJ' rl i-lsl
.....ana annn i ...... .
Cincinnati, Richmond & Indianapolis,
Cincinnati, Richmond & Indianapolis, —AND—
Cincinnati & Chicago
Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS
GREAT'fpOnGH , ROVTB , XO
- - . KOBTHWBST FOB. ' :
INDTANAPpLlS, TKUUK HAUTE,
i. . t irt a uoMJK
BOKIA. BOnLINOION. '
Two dally through tralm leave
at a. jn. ana jiiu r. m,
.rt j n'. -ri : . u-i in
r ..i,,'.ii ; .
. J. I ' (..,
t. (. iTnrongn. to inaiauapoiis w nnout
Change or Cara1.1 ;;
iDtr.ct ; tbtinecitoni ' Jlfarfe hf Bo(hf T!rain;
AtBlcBmond, with Cincinnati and. Chicago Ball,
road, for Audenon and all pointe on the Bellflfbn
talne Ballroad Lln.i Bokomo, Losasnport, Porn
and all pointe on the Wabaah Valley Ballroad.
At Indianapolis for Terre Haute, Mattooa, Ph,
8t. Louie and llllnoln Central Bailroad. . t .
At Lafayette for Danville, Tolono, Deoatnr, Spring,
field, Mapiee, ttolncr, and Hannibal and Bt. Joseph
Ballroad. .(.-.- ,- t- v -
At Ubicafta for Baolne. Kenosha. Blllwaukfe, La
crome, Bt. Paul, Prairie da Chien, Bock Island and
lowaOlty.;. . ;t , ''-";; bv:
The 8:40 P. M. Train makes direct connection at
jogansnort, with Loganspert, Peerla and Burling
ton Ballroad. fnr Oilman. Kl Paao. Paoria. Bnrllna.
ton, Qnlncy, Galeaburg, Galena and Dnnleltb, mak
ing tbe dljtanca 1
w 23 Miles Shorter -
" Thai by anyoth'er Eoiite,
100 ITIiles Sliorlef ; ! r,
THAN vVI A CHICAGO!
Fare as: ITow and Time a Quick' as bv
.-. . t-o i any ether Route. ' . '
This la avAlnal.jl. a WmIavm ha TJnr,n..ui...
Boute, having as favorable arrangemeta with con
necting Road as any other Boute. Passing through
a hignlr-OnltlvaWd nonntrv. with"nnmnmn. Inwn,
and villages, It offer to patrons more plrasant ac
commodation for Mfety, comfort. and Interest than
an other Bonte fur the above-named poidts. '
rur luriMign noasi or auyiartuar miormatlon
be am and apply t. ; -' ,".,-v-i
. . i TICKET OFBTCfBHt4''; I '
INWalnnt-street, between Fourth and l(th-atroete',
near Gibson House; - ' i
Norlh-eaat corner Front and Rrnadwan .a.-! i
West side Vlae-street, between Bnraet Dome and
P.uitnfll.1' .' ' i ...
CiJffl,naB.lton and Daytpn neU.Finh and
nixtb-streets. ..... , n,M. MOBBOW
W. SHIPHAN. faseiiWrABe!n1rrlnt'lent';".
Omnibuses will cnll for nuaanflriim hv laavlair tlmlr
Dames at either of the Ticket Ofllqee. - .
reio - w. U. 8MITH. A sent.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORTEST ROUTE , 30 LE8,
NO CHANGE 09 CAES TO INDIANAP
OLIS, at Which nlana It nnlla. altli r.llrr,..!.
for and from all 'pointe In the West and Nortb-aett.
. T1IU11IC PASSENOER TBalKS'"' V J t .'
Leava Cincinnati daili. from tha lout uf Mill anil
. t:W A. M Ohleaao Mall-Arrive, ai Indlanannli.
at U:ltll. H.; Chicago at 10:80 P. M. r- T.
iz: r. at. Tene tiaate and Lafayette Aooommo
dation Arrives at Indianapolis at 6:16 P. M. -
7:16 P. M. Ohioago Bipress-Arrivos at Indianan
olls at 13:1S A. n. ; Obicagoat 10;3flA. M. -
Sleeping Cars are attached to all nicht-trains on
this line, and rua through, to Uhicngo without
ohangs of can. .' -t j.- ..i... , .
, Bssnre yon (rein th' right tlcket-ofllceb.-.
for you purchase your tickets, and ask tor tickeif
ria Lawrenceburg and Indianupolis. i
Fare the same, and time shorter tban any other
Baagnije checked through. , . ,
TilaOUOH TIOKKTN. mod nnfll namt. run fcnl.
tained at the TIcketwBces, at Bnenoer House cornor,
N. W. oruer of Broadway and JTront t No. 1 Baruf I
Bons corner; at the Walnut-street House, and hi
UepotOttice, foot ol Mill, on Front-street, where all
neuestary inlorniation can be bad. '
OmnibuHos run to and from m.nh tn. ..I win
call forpaewngersat all hotels and all parts of tht
city, by leaving addree at either office. !
. .. . , - a a, V, liOBU. President.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
NOVEMBER 14, 1859. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TaAXNS
Sixth-street Depot. "
. Trains run throuiih to Clevels
Cleveland Skndosky, Tc
uuy .ii. luuiauapoiia -wiinouiouanireoi car. i
Throub Tickets for all Eastern, Western. ortl
evn and North-western otttM. I
A. M. ftXIMtEHM TRAIN for Hamlltoi:
.ivuiuuuu.iuuinuapuiie, uaiuretts, vmcago, anu a
Western Cltlos.-. Conneols at Blcbmond with 0. w.r
V- '.'"".V1 r?c Logunsport; aluo connect at Uamiltxi
for Oxlord.de. . : .....
it'xa a. ar. fn asm n.tn., u..i.
Bnudosky, Toledo and Chicago. This train mus-i
cloaa connoctiaus witli all trains leaving Chicago (In
same e vou log. Also connects at Uhhaba roa O,
ivmboh; at llollefontalue with B. and I. B, It.: M
forest with PlttnUa-rg, fort Wayne and Chicago Bat-
"i viyuc wuu vievi-ianu ana -xoieuo ttsli
rpatl (rains for Clevelanii: at Dayton for Oreenvllln,
Union, Winchester andiHuncle. ..
10 A. M. KXPRETItAlN-ForOleWlati'
via Delaware tor Bnokirk, Bntt'alo,-Boston, Be
York, and all Bastern cities. Also connects at Cresl1
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and i
Bantern cities. i.s . -T7. - ' ...
3:4.0 P. !i. irR.AiNir.,nnn,ii.. ui.i,.M.t
Logansport, Peoria and Burlington; also ludlauan
ylis, Terre Hauta and, 8t. Loni, connect at Hawfl
ton for Oxford. t - . .
v.l8' ?iM' T,RA'CIiror Ton. Bprlngflela
Belletontolne, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago)
Connects at Unllarmtalnwitt.n W l n n 1
1:30 1. 111. KXPttEwM TRAIN For Clevt
u t ik imiH'itrn inr iinnir
Delaware for Dunkirk. Biufalo.. lloaum
ew lore, ann an eastern cltle. Also, connects e
Craallina for Pitl.hnuh. Pl,ll.,loil,i. n,.iu..J,.'
new ion, ann all eastern
andall Eastern cities. ., v . " I
m lneuignt Expreaa Train leaving Cincinnati at
ISO 1 . M.. iMVAldj H V lint.. B..,.un... 1 11 .. .1. .
trains leava dally rxairr Bubbatb; . j j. ...
For further InformatiOB and Tickets, apply at th.
Tloket offices north-oast corner Front and Broad ,
way; No. w Wlnut-tret, near Gllison Hoiibb; ai
the new Ticket ilinr. nn .1,1. t vi
Bhlrrha2?ST?fflof Garnet Bouse; or at the
"UK LI. HOIiABHN. Bnvjertatandant ' ,
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three. Trains DaUv..
; Two i Through Express ilmlVv''!)
FIRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT Yt
i A. M oonneote via Oolnmbu and Olevelanil
?JVSlamlln'" SfibiTlU),.antI rittsbirg; Tl.
wiuiuuu., urvBuine im fiiisoargi Tl Colnmi. I
This train .top. bitwn "(SnotonTt. andluSZ:
ar it SB anu IB. I r i n nm ini a iba rsm u..lM..n.i a
at all tha prlnoi
"JS?."noipai stations, i a., v ,i ... .. I
SUUUnil.TllAIN-Columbn AoeommnitaHi, I
hisi v.a. inn tram stops at all station,
een Cinoinnati andOelnmbns.and Cincinnati n4
M., Mnneetavla 4Jolanib, and xT.riali 7 0" W
via uoiumnns, urestllne ana Plttsbnrg: via Colnm.
OlevandV V" "Wtmrg; via Coltunbos n
Thto Tiial atop at Krtaiand' ntotow, 'Sdli
WThe Day Kxpres runs throuuh to (lli,i.Vri
ton, Buffltlj, Niagara Fill. EunklrkT Clevelaud
Plttsbnrg, Wbeelfng, and all the tiV.
apply at thi
e tlcos, Walnut atra.. Botae, No. But?
Traln.ron by Oolnmbus Una, which 1. Hven mii.. f
nte faster tban OinclnnaU Um. . n "a I
. . .-..,;
at the Ticket Qtto.00'10' 1?',
S..HS0Pr xoept BATCBDAVf,
Th other Trains ran dally, except SUMDAIS;
For all Informat nn.anif 'rh,kiiu::2rS: :
. .... -idini. I
BOB mija nnMwmi.-M. 1
riaaill vtiammnn nm ( .
Xlauoj) enaAa-nai j.oa I'M HMO I
i ' ''do ?s HanvH vAii'T;
in put jsdda qjoq idiios ina ".arai2.
koi onohis iu dii and 'saws ii V
npIQg'PW nTPJnquojt 'v
J. BUTIiEBS " !. ' ;
'J .'l ) ::-)U.7;i.J'.is ii ft ik.o.'l Ijti
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
U' ' ' "J
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD Cincinnati and St. Louis.
JHBOUefl WlTHOtJT 'OSMfaB 0 0AB8.
--Two Daily Trains lor V Uoennes. Cairo and St.
ltauavatldnA. M..'ndTtM P. H. '
Three Dally Trains for MlTllle.at T:M A.M.
: One Train for Kianatille at T:S0 P.to.J ?
klbeliains oounecaat HW'Looie rbralrpolntala
auaaaand Dobrnska. Hannibal, Qulnoy and Keo
Bnndays excepted, at t;M A. at., anlilng at Clacin.
natiatlO:loP.M. - - - - TV
jiiirBiM XBAia-f-xwiavel M,ast 8t. Lonls dairy at 4M
P. M., arriviug at Olucinnati at 8;3o A. M.
ran thbocgh tiokbts
To all pointe West ar.d South, please apnly at tha
ctRmt. Walnnt-strea t flouaa, Jpetween Slzth and
BeTenlh-strratx, Mo. ) Burnet Douse, corner oSloe,
north-w t corner of front and Broadway, Bpenoor
Bouse Ufllne, and at I lie Depot, oom w Front and Mill,
streets. W. H.OLEMKMT.Oon'l.Buiajriiitandant.
. Omntbusesoall for passenger, .,
f i O02
i fUKiatoi, iionis ana uairo ior jaemptiu, VUiUDUtg,
Hatehes and New Orleans. " .1 - '
I- One inrongn Train on Bandar at 7:80 F. BL.
I nnajlula-rVaat Una iuMTaa Cut StTInl.
-.w-.l.l.a. . iA -j- a
Choice First-class Insurance
a . i"-
Incorporated 181 9 Charter Perpetual
Cash Capital Enlarged Half a Million
,iki.!---. :.-i.;.i' W,,.-awMira. .1 t r. uw
SeScY ESTABLIBH'ED IN "C-tNCJlK-
KATI In antn.ilallnir.il i..nl lrw..l
Insurants -comeaalea and agouoloe In tbe tnaiuance
bualnesa rsn-ihie eitw. Thlrtv.S
duty faere, coiabiDd with wetlifa, exporiftnee, enter-
vrifttt ana iiber&iitrv f peolail oommend tb ;Ktn
nf.DlanCA Oomnaiiv to tha favni-aihl1. malrvniaina nf
ihial AArnmnnltri atnnrlln aAltt.. . 1 - it,.
i tie largest loss eeer siuitalned by any Insnrance
oorapany at one lire In Ohio was by the jKtna.at
Ohilltcoihs, April, 1803, and amounted 10 8114,931 67,
mostly paid prior to thirty ilnyn after the fire. .
, Lossea paid in t tnolnnail during the paatslzyesrs
Cash CapUai; - f ll.iiOb.OOO.
Absolute and anlmpaired, with a net sutplui of
', 9SI4,14'A ar,'..M;,icV:."
And the prestige of forty-one years' rntoeta and ex
perience. Investments of ,f .
Tfjr $100,000 la OMo uecnrlties.
Fire and Inland Nnvlnt1on,-BUks accepted
at uirms cousiateut with solvency and Intr profits.
BspaolalattentMn given to Insurance ot Dwellings
and Content, for tern of 1 to t years. ' ' ' '
Appiloationniad to any dnlf authorised Anient
p-omptly attended to. By trlot attention toa lealt
taiato Insnrnnoa hnafnaaa. tlifaOnmnani. 1. an.hinA
ooSer both Indemnity Ibr tb paat and soooritrfor
tha future. . V Uclea issued without delay by '
flARTEft dfc litNDABV, Acenta,
jrf.).Jlarii.atret and o. If r Tine-street.
J. J .HOOKilB, Agent,,rnllbn, 17th Ward.
P. BpSTL Ageut, Coviii'gtou, h. y.
fellay 0. P. BlTOIl A NAM, Kewport. Ky.
' ;x oif, ciNCNWAifi.; .
OFFICE IN THE 8 ECOND T0Et OF
No. 1 Front-street, bet weot'Maln and Sycamore.
This Oompaurls taking sTire, InJaaJ and Uarin
Bisks at enrrent rates of ptemlum. - 'i,.;
Losses lalrly adjusted and promptly paid. ,.-.,
-in..,. . . llBKOTOBaj '.--i ,1 !,-
TFIckert, Fltall, . SWPomeroy,
William Glenn. W O Whltober.- W O Hann. '
Bobert Mitfbell, W 6 Oonuitook, L O K Htone,
Bobt Buchaaao, OOShaw, . fluoBull, -L
Wm Sellew, Beth KvauaV .-i J H Taaffe,
DarldQlbson, ; ,11 Itraclunan, - J Qlsban, '
B Ulenrwater, Iboa U klUott.v- . t i '
I- .!.. k.t)KJlBT,!srMMent.
., STRraia Uoasi, Becretarr . noa
Pirfii and Marino Insurance.
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood. ' .. IsaaoO. Oopeien,,
James F. Cunningham, .; Sydney 8. Clark, ..
Auumw Araenurociier. ospn neaairi.
Geo. W. fiishon.
wm. aisner, . , .,-
' ' GeoraeB. Dixon.
w v .. ISAAC 0. COl'liUCNi.PrMldwtl
'wav. it . cvriiiH, necretary.
.' .. A. M
i BOBS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to- Issue rollcles on Fire and Marine
isks.ou lavoruhla l.irn.t OffiuKiLlWaU Third.
Bisks, on favorable
street, Trnet Oo. Building. ' nosbfm
National - Insurance Co.,
.11 1 .. .LI.
1 '(Office Sooth-west Cor. Main and Frcnt-stieels.)
Marine, Inland Transportation , and
. .;; ' 1 -Fire Riska , A -. i
' I'sil.'.oV .1.. ''--WtTTi Bfwnn."'
John Burgoyne1, "K
m Hepwortb, ,(Jbs h Hoore, l it Fechhelmer,
V T M' 1.. '(,!.. .. a a . i . i-
L Boss. Tho B Biggs, ' Henry EU(s.-'
a. " louunier, i qui una, .
Tbo B Big,
a. v. u ttnitB, oeo'y., Ju, BUKUoyMB, Pre.
P. A. SpaiOMas, Surveyor,
ii.-'".i;tiii anomabinb;,; '4
Eagle -Insurance Company,
vi.r OF CINCINNATI. '-
w- QABBIBON, Prenldent."
it aaay.a, Qvcruiax.
DlBKOTORH HanrT KamIat., Anthonv Tar Wn
07 I I i ' ,- . . I. V. ' ' Jt
" wuu. a. i . unrri.uu, DBmaei xt. laic, ueorge
lunuiojr. oniuu iiena.
Tmava.nim J. II.
. Lewder arid David Baker.' detay
I'M V. IIVKTH 'I'M A I B It!
.f 1... . Brntm mrmmm m
' Wn t7aii '-"
JT1, VN A '.' i L ' - . .
ait '1m ar var via m mm. m. mm m iuia .mmMmm
nam- (j.u. ll'm , . '
"WWJUUliXilllii IB HUn XVAVaiVa
Jk. IMfi DATI.V. h.h..iil.m. ...iu vaar.ai.
.f-.ai0,?1". VT ihAdaro express, MAM.
wMiiu-rtmewnco uainimor I K . 4 ! i d
mm can; Xt 4llfi Bhell Oyiteri.
1 BOBERT -OBEAjent
"f r v - Ciinot. 11 Waat Vina Jll ''
Oyster,,, Importing House.
n. 1 WB8V FIxTTHTBKET.
T?B SUBSORIBEB IS NOW RjJOBIV-
liiiii' r, tar Exprw. his aelendid Oysters,
&'? eempleted arrarnient. in Baltimoreroii
Mb most .xionslv.-eeu.Tl wl.t.lTMli":
SIS!?0? bepJW?Ju'! B my friend.; "and
VWLfftf Und'l h h "oa DBLl6lO0B
...i.Jir!rzi.TT' wiiw. utunMnaBBBB OuBraS
w wu lunniDi-ioiua ..... v . . - j . T
elMUM and prernp
MAKWM MmW ABTIMCIAtr
iZmBS M uperior vuinar. Batitfaotorf
nfnn9M mtwrr. - Ai.frU ITn. 1." Rvsar.. .a . "
jMat lUiln mYiitm ImuI. fvL ak.ii?l
ked Jocoa prajwr.Cioee, Brwa aObooo?,
k,,rr;aale,Vbi)losa4aiid retail, by . . i
ipy miM. WiSilu
9 - m
a an aiaasa swra, MS r set f owth lt,