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"uMiili fct wTSt a fatM,
Marvelous Cure by--the Black Doctor
I lie Paris oorreipondent of L'lnde
.ienoe Beige writes in a reoent lotter:
i Ills. Alphonsine de Vine, daughter of
h landholder of Burgundy, was at
d by a oan'oer in her right breast
.he physicians in her department,
11 those of Montpelier had aband
1 her oase in despair, and advised
to come to Paris for treatment M.
Vine brought his daughter to Paris
' ' e month of January, 1858. 5jho ooti
J the most'oelebrated physioians of
"iculty who all gave but one opinion
amputation of the right breast was
N Hy necessary, and even at this
k... - the unhappy girl would only re
' ' tard t-at inevitable death according to
thadootors Six months were wasted in
ruinous and useless consultations, in in
efficacious treatment ' and in despair,
i .'Pain the fair young oreature did not fear.
' Without exaofclv being an Amazon, Mile.
! de Vine would have consented to sacri
.V. fice that portion of her charms so inconvon
' iant to retain, in javelin practice, had it
' iiot been, that she was ia love. She
was." engaged . to . a young Amerioan
''" who, was x6eedingly devoted to her,
'; and she preferred, to die rather than to
' submit to an operation that might make
: her an object of horror to her beloved.
. . So 8h resigned herself to death, and
' renounced all treatment Shut np alone
; in her apartment, she counted her last
.: 1- 'days and passed them ia prayer. Mean--while,
her fiancee, Mr. Arthur Ashibell, of
' ; Philadelphia, who had a commission from
' one of his friends to procure him eomo
' Sax-horns for the United States market,
: v went to M. Sax's house to attend to the
; business. Although Buffering horribly,
already having a monstrous tumor upon
;u - his ., lip, JL- Sax. received Mr. Ashbell.
Tho affair of the Sax-horns being con
cluded, Mr. Ashbell inquired concerning
1 ' M. Sax'S affliction, and took a lively in-
terest in it as soon as he learned that the
famous artist was suffering from a cancer.
Surprised at the constanoy'and oourago
Of Mr Sax he asked the reason.
' ; ' "I am brave," replied Sax, "because a
roan can suffer all things; 1 am not din
; couraged because I hope to recover."
; "Then the physicians have not aban-
doned you?" v ' . ' : ,
U "Ohl". said Sax. '"the dootors! I should
4 have been dead already if I bad not aban
doned them." . ,
.- "JVhai treatment have you then?"
. ' "1 have placed myself in the hands of
: the Black Dootor.' , .
rZ fWhat Blaok Dootorr
' Snx posted Mr. Ashbell as to the Black
; Doctor. i He admitted that ever since his
treatment commenced the blaok doctor
forewarned him that his disease would
" apparently grow worse until the eve of a
' perfect cure. Mr. Ashbell asked per
'. mission to watch the further progress of
the cure, telling Mr. Sax the reason why;
1 I and the latter readily consented. - At the
-, end of fifteen days Sax's tumor still
increased ia size, then it burst and fell
, . . off. Sax was oured.
1 '. Ashbell sought out the' Black Doctor,
' and brought -him to see Mile, de Virze.
After having examined . the disease, he
said to Mv da Virze and Mr. Ashbell:
. "Me warrant cure; in two months Mad
. i emoiselle be cure, and right breast pretty
like left." -.,,.
; "What prize do you demand to cure
Eer?" asked her father."
' "Five hundred francs for every thou
sand francs of income you have?", said
; V the doctor. ;
: "I have twenty-five thousand franos a
year," replied the father. ;
"Then you give- me twelve thousand
i , .five hundred fruDos; six thousand when
mi begin, the irest after the cure."
;.."Itis a bargain'," said the father.
;,:.;v?'BIe - want make .(photograph Made
v moieollo breast," was the next demand of
the Doctor. -
v.. "What for?"
i i'To show the physicians who will deny
-; that me oure her." , . ? i ' ,
. "My dear Doctor," said Ashbell, "I have
also an inoomeof twenty-five thousand
V francs, upon which wo will base your fee.
V You shall thtls have twenty-five thousand
' instead of twelve thousand francs; but I
impose one condition." - , t
- "What is that?",
. "You shall not make any reputation
out of the sufferings of my Alphonsine.
. , ' Yon shall make her cancer disappear
without anv more talk about it than if it
. were a simple headache or a vulgar indi-
;" ,; "That hard condition for me. Be-
' , oanse " -- ',' ' ' :
I "Well?" :
'. - .''Well; I aeree. You cive me twentr-
' ' five thousand franos if me cure her, and
- me say nothing to nobody. -
r , From the month of November to the
! month of January, Alphonsine de Virze
' followed the treatment ot the islaok Xoo
:' ' tor.- In the middle of January the disease
. suddenly took a frightful development
- and activity. The wretched woman suf-
t fered the panes of martyrdom, but she
suffered without complaining; she hoped,
' On' the 14th of January, the same phe
nomena manueBieu uemseives in ine
y f ase of Mile, de Virz.e, as in that of M.
Sax. The tumor became terribly in-
famed, burst, and foil off. ' At the close
' X the same month, Mile, de -Virze was
cured completely. Not a single trace of
( tne aisease xemameu. iioming dus iqi
V rejolloction of her sufferings was left
Her waist, her throat, her shoulders had
not suffered the slightest alteration. On
. the 15th "of February, Mile, de Vine
having returned to her provincial home,
married Artnur Asnbeli. '
The Italian Opera and the Telegraph
The wiseaores of the telegraph, after
. long practice on the trembling Vires,
';, hare undertaken musical criticism. ' Thus
the accomplished , Boston operator re
Veen tly informed the -Now York journals
' that Adelina Patti was at that moment
in the "Barber of Seville," "electrifying"
: ; the BoetonUna-r-a dispatoh ; aromatie of
:,'.tho"fop,'.:: woaM laggeat the estab-
- lishment of a " regular, operatid line le-
" . tween the two" cities, when news like the
If following V'ay be transmitted to an anx-
in "LaSonhambnls." At her ntteranne of
Cara conDene . vio. - the editor :L.m.v.
Journal of Musio burst, into- WarsT"He
said he could'not bear the thriUi)gJtender-
MMter Mr ponamenio. , v -. ; r
Sh.j'uOm. The youthfiil Adelina. has
piveitllie duetto pel di 'jshe-1 nortri tfnri,
The enp0r$jwa9 m(iieyW(i;1jt'he editor
f our Wusiol Journal said to his nourest
friends; "Mon dieu L what soherzandol
what cen teuereza! what con brio!"
. 8h. 45m. Rndolfo ha9 just entered
with two postillions, whose jaok-boots
are admitted to be much finer than those
worn at the New York Academy. '
9h. 10m-The Son mio bene ' was
exquisite. Upon the words perc jfe Conda
teda, tho fascinating Adelina exoouted a
run in hemidemisemiquavers, including
three hundred end twenty-eight broken
octaves in brioso style. .,
9h. 30m. The first aot is over. The
triumph of the bewitching Adelina is
oomplete. When sho fell into the .arms
of'Terosa, young Spoon, of Beacon-street;
was seen to leave the theater, con agita
lOh. 10m. Spoon has returned with
two baskets of flowers and his grand
mother's best brooch.
lOh. 35m. The slumboring Amina has
last taken her perilous walk. The oho-
rusgave the "AD! magnincenuy. ine
excitement was intense. '
- 10 h. 45m. The exquisite Adolinahad
finished Ah non giunge in an unsurpassed
legierissimo style. Spoon eompletely
empties his flower-baskets. When he
threw the brooch, as it fell heavily on
tho stage, he was mistaken for an assassin
and led away by a polioeman. His cries
of Viva Amina! were affecting in the ex
treme. Buena notte!" Vanity Fair.
False and Pernicious Education of
N. P. Willis, in a recent number of the
Home Journal, thus truthtfully dis
courses: That our ladies begin sooner and leave
off sooner than the ladies of Eurono, may
be a compensatory Americanism; but, is
it to be approved altogothor? A word or
two npon both ends of this social dilemma
will at least give our readors an instructive
topio to discuss.
In England, and still oftenor in France,
a woman of "fifty and upward" is often
a loader of Bociety and a most admired
object of attentions from all classes of
gentlemen. The . charming "Memoir"
Literaturo of tho most polite nation in
the world owes half its fasoination to the
portraitures of such women. .Why should
the like of them be almost unknown in
our Amorican oities? The more obvious
reasons difference of eduoation and
climato, and difference of social habits of
gentlemen will readily oocur to you;
but, let me oall attention to a point or two
upon which the habitual feeling or im
pression of our fair countrywomen is
erroneous leading unconsciously and
most mistakenly to this abridgment of
their natural "term.of office."
The complexion and hair are thought
too much of. An American lady, to re
assure herself as to what she has that
will be agreeable to society, consults her
mirror! While dressing, in tho morning,
she anxiously studies the reflection of
her face and ot the mere lace, ot course,
anthnnk onrpaainn find wihlinnt fliA Air
and movement of conversation. Unless
it retains its juvenescence, or unless she
can produce what will pass for a good
complexion ana youtntut hair, sue de
spairs of being still attractiveenough for
"mixed company, fearing to be re
marked upon as growing old," or unwill
ing to show her incipient wrinkles orgi-ar
hairs to any but relatives or family friende,
she sighs over the doom pronounced by
her druesing-gmBK uivks kii the world,
and retires to a seclusion of suddened in
activity or discontented pfrl'iirmiince -of
the mere duties ot home uuu relutioiibhip.
And this, at the very period of her lite
when she miht be iuot agreeable
when her mind is ripest, her manners
most refined, her tact woft disciplined,
her sympathies truest and most womanly.
her perception ana appreciation and
power of communication at their fullest
capability of giving pleasure!
Aow, we venture to say that a "middle-
aged lady" would , think ninetecn
twentieths of the vuluo of mere youth-
fulness of faoe, if sho could look at her
self through the eyos of the "mixed
Booiety" for which, thus mistakenly, she
thinks herself too old. Her sisterhood of
"lady friends" would bo likelier to look
lovingly upon her, in the first place, for
the very ohango which she laments
rivalry and envy, like the shadows of the
trees, disappearing at the day's first dip
below tne horizon, and not needtul of the
greater glory of the eunset But, to the
cyea ot gentlemen I we oould write a long
discourse npon the greater attraction she
may now nave, it she pleases, to all tne
gentlemen of her acquaintance except
one (There is here and there a lady,
of course, who dresses, goes into society
and lovels all her artillery of charms, as
if every gentleman in the world were
that one lover but this more general
homme-ily is not for hor.)
A middle-aged woman can still dress
beautifully, and all men admire , that
Nineteen-twentieths of her presence, aa
an objoot for the eyes is unaffected by her
ages, therefore. The remaining twentieth
the faoe is the small portion of ber
person which the dress maker is com
pelled to leave unembellished,. (Nature
having ordained that her own heart shall
do the dressing of this, with smiles and
geod-humor,) and, as to the attraction of
this remaining twentieth, for men's eyes,
let us make a single remark.
A face whieh is sympathetically genial
will leave complexion and hair unthought
of by the male beholder! This is true
(we solemnly declare, from onr sex's
point of view!) even where there are
moipient wrinkles and gray hair. The
features of any woman may be more
charming to a man than beauty oould
make them, if they but express what is
possible ana easy sympathetic inquiry
for his present thought or feeling,
appreciation of his worth, discriminating
and sincere pleasure in talking with him
then and there. . And this charm which
very middle-aged womai of sense may
have, and which positively makes beauty
of skin and hair quite unnecessary may
last as long as she has senses and intek
leot unimpaired. Why, then, should pur
American women, in the very ripeness of
their mind" anhood, ; retire from
,tb .mid. so continuo to
5 ' ;' vs ' "; "
i of thing,' -(passingly
.ookns most by surprise
.rop tt'l, pur .ocantr
is'the .'insensibility of. Ameriwaq ladies to
the especial franuhwe of superior middle
Sited or ' elderly women-rconfidential
friendships, wjth the eminent men .of the
time, .That; so admirable a privilege
dliould bo unclftimcd.anJ unsought- for!
The statesmen of iihgland and ntuee,
utl.e authors, the kiwtsv. ,hi","tfie , IgStin.
guislied of all professioj),, bave women .or
this character for their friends. It is an
intimacy, too, that is more honored than
one of passion, cultivated with, more re
finement, and ohorlshf d with more en
duringness arid devotion. To theseis
interested hearts the great and the gifted
confido their seorets, unburthen their
caros and ambitions, tell their triumphs,
confess their disappointments, difficulties
and fears. What sovereignty of a belle
is comparable to such a woman's ciroleof
friendships? What exercise of female
power--what bestowal of beauty's , smile
and fasoination is equal Jo tho sharing
of these higher destinies, serving and
holping them as none but a' faithful
woman-friend can do, and being thus be
loved, and cherished by the immortals
who mingle with us here? Is it not hap
piness of the man and angel, (unitod in
any one gifted or eminent man) to be tie
friend of the angel? u
Worn as a Stimulant. There is no
greater fallacy than the popular notion
which identifies wine and animal spirits.
The cordial that reinvigorates the ex
hausted frame and cheers the fainting
heart, when neither are in need of such
artificial refreshment, confirms Tather
than changes the existant mood. Melan
choly grows deeper, irritation is aggra
vated, and heaviness increased, by more
beat in the blood, and excitement to the
norves already over-burdened by moral
depression. AU the praise of wine is
involved in condition: only to the tem
perato is it a genial stimulant. ;V .
ECONOM? OF DriNO STRUGGLES. Irving
used to toll a story illustrative of the
Yankee talont at "making things pay."
A man who sent turkeys to market also
swept chimneys for a living tying a cord
around the neck of the bird so as not to
cuuke it too suddenly, and then drawing
it up and down tho chimnoy, so that the
flutter of the expiring struggle , might do
the sweeping. The papers tell us also
that there is a grocer in Pennsylvania,
who is said to be so mean that he was
seon to catch a fly off his counter, hold
him up by his hind legs, and look into
the cracks of his feet, to see if he hadn't
been stealing some of fcto sugar--
MADAME ELLIS. M. D., HAS FOUNP
at laxt last what the Ladli bare langneedeo
nJ locked for in mio, the Uterine Elixir. ... ,
The Uterine Elixir ia warriuitod to cure all dls
eaaua of Uterine Nature; inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Orariee, and the Urethra,
Erolavaue or Falling of the Woinh. raiufol Mongtra
alion, Uhloroaig, Amenorrhea; In iant, a perfoot cure
In g (nrranteeu by t he nso of from two to fle bottle!
of the Elixir, of any diaeaae whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organe, of male or female, no
iniittnrof bow long standing. Price 81 per Mottle,
Madame KLL1S calls particular attention to the
following Uard of one of the most prominent Urng
gluts of Cincinnati.
"To TUB POBLIOANO TBI LADIES I PABTIOriAR.
We, the undersigned, are not in the habit uf Jiving
our name to Patent Medicine.; but Mowing well the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend It to alt tomalee
uttering from Female Diseaaea of any kind; it il
purely vegetable, and in no case can do Injury; w
ay to all try, and our word for it, you will luid re
lief. K. D.HILL, Drags l.t,
epfl "Oorner of Fifth and Uaoe-atn ett,"
ADAMB ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
LATING COUGH AND L1VKR 91 t,BA.H
cur, without fail, value In the Broeei, Baca,
bide -r Limba: (jougha, (kilda, Uoareeuees biffi
cnllr of breathing. Headache, flatulency. Heart
burn, Chronic Bhemuatiam, Uillione Uholic, llramp
Choil", Uripiug Pains ot the Bowels, Di Mneas.
Sttit, Inactivity, Lose of Appetite, and it. Pain,
fill Henstroation.it le a certain core, 'an I give,
itnirw ilatt- relief. In any of the above iHseaei
It l give relief lu twenty mlnnies, and a perma
nent -lire by the ijseof t vo bottles. Only Mceun-Dcr't-'ttlo
e cbear, that every nersott can get It!
M. For sale 'y V. D H ILL, Druggist, cdruta
of Uw and fifth-streets. J D. HARK, corner ol
Konrw, ,,rt Walnut; SUIKK, KOKSTJCIN ''o.,
rim" Viuo aud Fourth; JOUN DIOICSuM, corner
ol .ii, an ) Mtlh: i'A OL BiCl N LK1N, co-ner ol
Sight ami freeiuan Also, KDWAbD SUAKuAp
A ,:oritt-rot Vfaiu aud Fourth; and Madituu
iCI.I 'K, West Sixth-street. sepll-ay
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO 28 WEPT F06rTH-STRBET,
next to Smith It Nlxun's Uall, Cincinnati,
Uhio. A splendid Uift, worth from Ml cents to 1011,
a lii be given with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale. .
Gifts consist of Uold aud Siver Watches, Ladles'
Solid Oold Chains, splen.tid set of Jewelry, flue Uold
Bracelet, Gents' Goid Vest-chains, aud a large va
riety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
40 cants to lt.
Ladies and gentlemen are reepeotfully Invited to
oall and oxaml ue our stock.
A. A. KELLET,
Publisher and Gift Bookseller, . '
no21-tf So. 38 West Fourth-street. '
I HAVE REMOVED M7 SEAL EN
G U A V I NG and Light Machine Works to the large
and elegant building
No. 64 West Fourth-street,
Between Walnut and Vine, Third Fltsr,
IV 100 WANT A SEiti FBKB3;
IF yOO WANT A SBWINQ M AOHINS ;
if you wan c any kind of light MACHINIST Bad at
repaireo, una. ma a CAiib.
NOTICE. The partnership heretofore ex
isting between D. K. Csdy and Wm. T. Wag
ner, under the hrm name of 1). K. GADV A CO..
was dissolved by mutual consent on the letb inst.
The business will be carried on by D, K. UAOT, at
ins oia stand, ana ne alone is authorised to settle
ait claims lor ana against the late arm. . fel7aw
II. P. ELI A S'
Vv Wholeiale f :'
WATCH & JBWELRf HOUSB
; 16 West Fourth Street :
Where can be had ever? article appertaining to the
Bmrineav at mnrjh leaja yrlea. (or OABH, thaa
aas ever oeiore boen onered to this market. .
. QIVE US A CALL
4,nd see for yonraelvee. - - gaji
rfJIB " OUTCAW "EtASTIC ME-
A TALLIO KOOtriNO" la orTomil tn th. nl,1l
as the beat and cheapest Usui itoof now owed, Its
morite tested by an experience of years In this oily
and vicinity. Applied to Oat or sleep, old or new
ouiiuings. aosomerusea -uuieDea securely wltn-
outexDosure to the action of theelnmnnta. -
Prenared sheets, boxed for shlsruen t to anv aart n
tho United titates, can be applied bv anv one with
oidJnary machanloal skill. Orders promptly ailed.
. lULUHIIUS IJU,
ylft-tf ' 131 West Heoood street.
JTJoucy f Money! Jtloneyt
; ' I loanIdpfice. v ;
RmiTd freer 90 Weal Hlxtw.acreet.
mm one" Loaned on watch3, jw.
i'JsLKLBT atll all kinds of Merchandise, at low
ratne ol lntnil, al Ho. 171 Vlue-streeU bati
ronrth and Fifd. --, y-,-. Mi
UTKTM. 11. BAl,DWI!f, ATTORNEY
f AND COnNSBLLOB AT t AWand Master
OoramlssioDer of the t"irrlor and Oonmoo Plens
Uonrta. iJnnk uuuotug, norm west coiner o(,Mln
tJU,1AAH BISvWlBY, AXTOBKSI
. AILAW.UiaM HirtWInei o. IIUstTtiwd
- xiirazXiLMT; OU3.
HAIIIIISOIV 'fit CO LI. I IV S.'
CENTRAL BEiVHIVB OALLEBY, oor-..
nerof Vlfth and Weetern.row. Photoxrapns,
Molaliiotvoes and AniBrotyto taken cheaper than
elsewhere in the city. Oil Colored fhotosrapha
niaue olall stxeeYiroiu Hie ) nv nioaneak oituiMLuiu,
Ficturos ueaily set in Lockets, Vreast-piui. Floger
riuRS and Uradvleta. All work warrarlwd, ')- '!
note-ay '- . r s.sinu"'.'sysry,,-
fTSEFUL IN - EVBRT'i HOUSE FOB
U. mending gurnltore, Toya, Crockery, GIsm
ware, Ao. 1 , ' ' .
Wholesale iepor, no, sa ueoar-siroei, svt xora.
Address flJCNBT 0. HrALDlB A 00.,
Box No. 9,on, New York.
Put nn for Dealers In Oases containing fonr. eUht.
and twelve doten a beautiful Lithograph Bliow.
Card MmmmjtTlng each paokage. . r deSUvri
; II ALL'S PATENT.
BUBGLAB PBOOa 8AFK8. They have given
ore satisfaction than any other now in tse.
We oner a reward or UHK xuutiBArvu iftii,.
T,AUS to any person that can, np to the present
tlme.showa single. Instanoe wherein Sie$ have failed
to proserve their oontents. i .
With this B&rX we challenge alt oompotltion, aa
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof no w made; and are willing to
tiat with any establishment .in the Union, and the
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
Of 82,000. v
Weare prepared to furnish a better Bate, and at less
oost, than aay other manufacturer In the United
tteoona-uana aares or other maken, also on nana,
Wereipeotnilly Invite the pnblio to call itud tuun-
Ine oar stook before purchasing elsewhere,
iiore purcQaung eisewnere.
ALL, OAUKOLL W.,
-wnunuuu m wt '
Kast Columbia street,
fonnerly of HaIl,Doddi AOo-ilate Urban .Dodds Co,
W. II. Doddsifc Co., o
Fir ami. Burglar Prool
J3 AP H SI
8. W. Corner of Vlue k Second Streets.
This Is the moat reliable HBK AND BUBGLA
PROOF H AFB that le made In the 0 nlted Btatea, and
is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be told
at lower prices, and is of bettor workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to please. .
Old Sale f
Take In exchange. BKOOND-HAND BAJTIH al-
ways on nana at extremely low pnoee. t7M
$30. $30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Doable Lock-Stitoh
PMIL SEWING MCDINE&
bKCDRKD BV BKOKM LBTTEUo PATkNT,
liars machine has .been pro.
NOUNCED by all oomuetent ledarea. wh
nave seen it, to be the beat and most dosirablt Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever Introduced, regardless
fnrlne. It will sew all kinds of family aoods.
from the very thickest to the very finest fabrics made
and nim all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to all
No oil la used on ton of the machine.
Hood fora cironiar. or call aud see it iu otratiou
Upon early application, titate and Uonuty Bigbunia
An eaergetlo person can mate a fortnue In e short
dote. Agents wauted in all unsold territory.
II. Bt HTTISH,
He le aud exclusive ageut lor the United Btat,
scpl'tmt US West fourth -street. Cinciunatl.
OAS-B DBNING, BU0KE-C0N6DMIHO
COAL COOKING STOVE !
FOUR SIZES. ;
V aairWarranted to give satlifactlon..j!j ,'' " '
MANTJFACIUR.KD AND FOB, SALE BT
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.
. . .: ... 1,
, , Not. 19 and 31 Bnat 8eeonditreett ,
jaUtf ' CINOINNATI, OHIO.
a AND V ! GANDTf
. ,. (Baeemot to IHaai Ooj V
Hutafactureri and Wbolaiale Dealwra
FINS AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIM STREET, CIKCIUKATl
I. & O. BRUCE.
Street KaUroad Oar and Omnibus Mana
, ntsiarers, , - ,,,
XMJ-& ARE BUILDING AND SHALL
v keen on hand a sanely of BTBKIT BA1
1at f , . aa - 1 ,1 11 . 1.1 V. 1,,
ouav vana mu unuivum, wiiivh w win war
rant equal In style, fluish and durability, and at as
low prices, aa any maae in sne oounny.
. urnoe oorner or Third ana vine-streets, jantr
HEDICAIi AND DENTAL.
13ePECIALLT TREATS DI8EA8E8 OF
JCd TBK SKIN, BHKUHATIBH, DI8BABB8 OP
WOUBNt and inch Chronic com plaints as may be
benefitted by the Hygyenlo gad Atmopathle intern
of hi. office. "' .,' " !
1 Vapor, Bnlphu, Iodine, Arsenls, Mercnry, Tor.
klsh. Bnssian and Electro-Chemical Botha, a Di.
seusary of Hsdlclne, and every manner of Hectrio
and Alaguetio Apparatus. ?
NO. WBHT BITINTa-BTBIIT. '
arOBeehursA. H.toS f - anie-tff
O. E. NEWTON. M;,D.
Ornrja He. M West Seventh street, between Vine
ana uaoe, aasiosnoa no. oa-Dsventn street, o
weett Walnut and Vine, Ornoi Hodm-7 to t
A. M : tie toiH P. W.!to8 P.M. , , - k?
WM. M. HUNTER,
(Bocoeesor to Knowlton 4 left.) '' ' .
B BIST T 1ST;
ft a. HI W eat Fourth Bcf bt. Walaat fla
WpM C'NC'NNATf, PMI;
T ' M. BOUDDER, it. D., Profenog of Thf"
OTlr and Practice of Medicine 4n lV. tCnUeHe
1 -wcm ia. "it"-v gives sr""'! .....n to v
u m "eet.1 .,i...t. u,. kuu.tt A. , -1
3 if EOONOMYI A V:
Ay- . ; . ci
Save the Pieces 1 v:
Lif t... ' V",':l '
1 b Kal
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RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond & Indianapolis,
RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond & Indianapolis, —AND—
Cincinnati & Chicago
Cincinnati & Chicago RAILROADS
RKAT THEOUGH ROOTS TO THE
K . , HOliTUWIBT FOE
INDtANAPOLIB. H AITTIi,
laf A 1 iv 1 rn
-, PEOKI A.
BUKLINGIUN, , , .
GALKsBaBO, J' aOINCT,
Two dallr throuih tralnal eave Sixth-street Depot
at 0 A. M. and 3i40 P. M., .,...w
Through to Indlanapolli Without" "
; Change of cars. '-.vy .
Dirtei Connection) Mad l Bot Tnum,
At Tttehmnnll. with fllnclntiatl and ChlcSIO Kail-
roaii.for Anderson and all points on tbe Bellefon
taine Ballrnad Lln: Kokomo, Logaoeport, Pra
and all points on the Wabash Valley Baiiroad.
At In,lliinolli for Terra Hante.Mattooo.Pana,
St. Louis and Illinois Central Uailroad. . .
At iiaiayeue tpr ianviueioiouo, uecaiur, opruiH.
field, Maples, CJulncy, and Hannibal and Bt, Joseph
At Chicago for Baciue, Kenosha, Hllwankle, La-
orosae, fclt. Paul, Prairie da Ohiea, Beck Island and
Tba tttA P. H. Train makes direct connection at
tioa-ansport, with Loganspart, Peoria and Burling
ton Bailroad, for Oilman, El Paso, Peoria, Burling
ton, Qnincy, Galeeborg, Galena and Donlelth, mak
Ing tha distance .,..- ..v.;..,,. ,, ..
Mt'SBei Miles Shorter j ,
Than by any other Boute,' '
: r v ,':f ' -and- -
j 100 Miles Shorter 1
THAN: VIA i CHICAGO!
Fare aa I-ow and, Time aa Quick at by
" ' ' any other Route. J :
' r .....cy ... I ).-. ::i i
ThlslaaTolnslvelr a Western and Norte-weeierl
Bonte. having aa favorable arrangemets with con
necting Koads as any other Boute. Passing through
a hlffblv-anltlvatnd country, with numerous town
and villages, It offers to patrons more pie aaant ac
commodation for Mfety, couitort and interest than
any other Koute tor the eoova-namea points. ,
For Through Tickets or auy further Information
be snre and apply at i '.. , t .1 ,
TICKET OFPICBf: . -
169 Walnnt-stroet, between Fourth and Fifth-ltreets,
near Gibson House; , .
North-east corner Front and Broadway;
West side VIne-atrtet, between nurnot norue ana
P.tatnffirji: . , . - .
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Depot, Fifth and
Sixth-streeta. D. M. MOBKOW,
W. H. BHIPHAN. Passenger Agent.
Omnibuses will call for nssseneers by leaving their
names at either of the Ticket Offices. ,
lelO ; .. w, n. emno, Agent, ..
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MIKES.
NO CHANQK 01 OAKS TO INDIANAP
OLIS, at whloh place it unites with railroads
for and from all points In the West and North-west,
'THRjni! PAHSKNUKIl TRAINS
Leave Cincinnati daily, from the foot of Hill and
6:60 A. M. Chicago Mall-Arrives at Indlanapolli
at la.ln P. M.t Chicago at 10:30 P. at.
12:4ft P. U. Tone Haute and Lafayette Accommo
dationArrives at Indianapolis at e: 10 r. ai ,
7:16 P. lit. Chicago Kxpress-Arrr:a 4 Indlanap
nllai,tn:lK Am.: Chicavoat lUll.M.
riieeplngcan ara attached to ail nigni.cratns on
this line, and run through to Uhicligo without
- . .
aw Be sure yon are In tne ngnt ticiet-omoe do-'
fore yon purcnase your ticaeis, ana aac jor ucaeis
via ijawrenceoorg anu inoianapons.
J! are tne same, anu nine buuiwi uau auy vuitu
ronte. . ? 1
Baggage checked tnrougn. .
Tlf itdl'GH TICKETS, aood antil nsed. can be ob
tained at the Ticket-offices, at Hoencer Jdoneo corner.
N. W. Aornerof Broadtrav and Front: No. L Burnef
House corner; at the waiunt-struot uotue. ana at
iienot Office, foot ot Mill, on Vront-street. whore all
necessary information can be had.
(imiiihusea run to aud from .aoh train, and will
call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, by leaving auaress at eiiner oinoe.
H. C. LOW). President.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton. RAILROAD
x uAiLi chains Lea vi thi
rii v t.h .Hf.reAt flemnt. ! ' i
Trains run through to Uleveinud Bandanky, To
leiloaud Indtanapuiia without change f oars.
tnrougn tickets tor all Kastern, we
eu and Morth-weaternottles.
skiuuuiouu. iiiuittiiupuiis, Siaiayevu), vuivne;u suu ait
wtatern t;ities. uounecta at uicnmonu witn u. ano
. Hoad for Logansport; o.
y:;tl A. ill. 'PRAIA For Darton. Springfield.
duudusky, Toledo aud Chicago. This train niaket
olose connectieus with all trains leaving Chicago tbt
same evening. Also connects at Usbana roa Co
LVHDIT6; at Bellefontaine with B. and I. R. B.i al
Forest with Pittsburg, fort Wayne aud Chicago Bal-
road trains for Clevelanr; at Dayton for Greenville,
Union, w tnchester ana muncle.
in A. M. KY PR KMm TRAIN For Clerelano
via Delaware tor uunktrg, uunaio, Doawn, ne
fioK, auu an aiusierii cmea. Aim, tuuimi. uw
ne for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
8:40 P.AI. TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond
auuajaaitrf rM i a T7ji gai auw nut iiis avu s ou uuiuir-
oils, Terre Haute and 8t. Louis. connecU at UamQ-
T.n... DAna.I n,i Una nninni a an Inriianun.
lon ior uxiora, uouege uorner, c,
Belleiontalna. Lima. Fort Wavne and Chicane:
nt.si. 1-. si. Tasin-.or uavHin. BnriDeneitk
vonnecteai jjeiieioniaine wiir u. ana jl. a. a.
. 1130 P. M. KXPK.EtS TRAIN For Olere.
land via Delaware lor Dunkirk, uunaio, noston
fcj V 1. .J .11 ff..l..n ll.n nnnnnnl. .
IIP, luia, uiu .11 OMMHU wm, aiov, v-.uwwm
Crestline for Pittsburah. Philadelphia. Baltimore.
and all Eastern cities. - -
aug-Tbe night Kxpress Train leaving Cincinnati at
u:9u r . at., leaves dally ixcxrr 0 JTUBDais, &u otuei
trains leave aaiiv .xokpt bubdays:
vriunuvr luivruiauou auu xiuis, ppir
Tloket offlcee north-east oorner Front and Broad
wav: No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson Honse: at
the new Ticket Office. onhe west side of Vine-Street
between Poetoffioe and Burnet House; 01 at the
nou . v. atouanan, onpennienaens.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Ttoee ; Trains Daily.
' Two Tbrongh xpresa Tralna.
FIEST TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT It
A. at..oonneoU via Colnmbu. and Cleveland!
K- i Columbus, BtonbenviUe and i'lttnburg: vis
lnmbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Oolrrm.
bos and Bellalr (Wheeling). - Also, for Bprlngneid,
This train .tops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all tbe principal stations.
BBVONV TM-Airs uoiumon. Aoeommoaanoa
at 4i40 P. at. Thi. train atop, at all stations be
tween Olnolnnat! and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Rnvinffflnlft. . .' '
lUinU TMin-X1I.UI AKpnn .1 11MU Ft
M . nanneota via Colambns and BellairWheellncH
Via tfoiumoos, ureeuineaua riiwourgiviB uoium-
btu otenoenvllle and jfitubnrg; viasvoiambu. sua
fllATeland- r . , . . ,
Thi. Train .top. at Loveland, Morrow, Xeni.
and London. BLBKflltUCAlUJOH TUlBTBAifl.
saar-rne i)av Bxareaa rnns inronan ao uievauuM.
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Bteabeavills. without
ehinn of ears. .
Tn. muni Haraaes mis leaving mnoranan
at 1 1 ,:tn P. M.. rana daily, exoent BATDRDA VH.
The othor Trains rnn dally, exoeot BDNDAT8. .
gor ainniormaiion.ana xnrougn xiexeu to bob.
ton, Now York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all th. Hasten plaoea,
apply at the OfgoeeTwalnnt Street Hones, Ho. i Bur.
net Souse, No. 0 Seat Third-street, south-east oorner
of Broadway and Float .treota, and at tbe Bastera
Daeot, r . - k . . .-, . ,
Trains run by Columbus t sis, whka It svnn mln
nt faatar than Cincinnati una.
1 .. . DTJBANP, Snp't,.
- OmnJtmses oa11rpasangrt by leavliig dlrectKial
nuiinvow, ' . - mil
', ' ; Vi.. , . 'a aieiwi
qua aonr-Tidd. ad, n aiiniio Aa
..: - w , - rean-jqinniO) pu w-au
oo as uanvH
"' "- rjoflPraaaiSag'tirmjoj09gur4fj
nioift Finitoa 'MeXMt j jnoijPsediqowA suing -aien
uniiopua pu. jouan qyq ('ptiog twj) 'sswuajw. r
son eNoais &i ia ia 'eazia 11 V
V . mjn PSOiI PQV moo r '
:.umvm p mvm3& iawod
j:i:W-Ji- J. CUTLER'S 1
V iiTiWcxv, t tjaii. rt'--
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
,TTTnvTnnr wrrewnrrF ORAMOa OF CAES
1. nflT Trains lor V IBoenuee. isuv .
lUJUUMli " . ' A .
!wuis1at7:!A. M.,andT:f P. ,'f
Three Dally Trains for Uoiarilla, at 7: A. ,..
unD M .nil 7-!l P. M.'
One Train tor vansviiHw;u . , . . .
. ,r . at rrnl. fur all aolnt. la
KauYa. and HTbrkV "Hnrb.T, anlncyd Kw-
rnkSLLotrieandairoIor Kbrnphis, Vioksbnrg, 1
Xatehei and Mew Orleaaa. . : ;.,, v 5 -
Une inronga iTain on dubi . . ..
ii ,,riru-, r. .-lMVM glast Bt. ItOnBS. ;
Bandays oepted,t tM A. arrTin at, Oinoin. v
BwirA TaiS-beavea'Sast St. toult daily at .a
P.M.. "iflffitafiSf ' J
To all point. West ai d South,pIae applT at tnj
offices, Walnut-stree I Home, between Sixth and .
Beventh-etreets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner ouioe,
north-west oorner of Frtint and Broadway, Bpanoer
BcnseOUina.andatthe Iieot. corner Front and knU
streets. W.H. ClBMltST.Gen'l.Hnperlntonutmt.
umniDusea can lor puseenner.
Choice First-class Insuranco
Incn?orate(l 181 - Charter Pt?ipt3fuil
Cash .Capital Enlarged naif a MUUon
A QENCY ESTABLISHED IN CINCIH-
NATI in JS'-iS, anto-datlng all present local .
l..nHMM MmMctttAa mnA ftnnrl.i In tllA InmranM
ince companies and agi
bnslneas In this city.
ws in this city. Thirty-five
rntrtv.nvo years- oonswns
duty here, combined with wealth, experience, entor- '
fnse ana iioerauiy, especially oommenu w jx.mib-
niiiMnM llnmiuinv tn thA favorable natronaae of.' 1
tbi. eomniualiy-stnndlDg solitary aud alone, the
sole survivor and living pioneer of Ciuoinnatl un
derwriters of 182.1. -
Tbe largest loii ever sustained by any insorance ,
company at one fire in Ohio was bythe Astna, at,. .
untiiiootne, April, itei, ana amouniea to eni,voi m,
mostly paid prior to thirty days after the fire.
Jjosse paia in tincinuatl auring inepaetsixiewn -
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000,
Absqlute and unimpaired, with a netir.plua of
514,149 37, -
And the preetlgs of forty-one years' svocesa and ex
perlence. Investments o . ;
Over $100,000 in Ohio Secnritles.
Vim and Inland Nnvlstntlnn. Bisk, accented
at terms oonststent'wltb solvency and talr profits.
Kspeolal attention given to insurance 01 Dwellings
IfCS '"""iff oftD; C0Nw-W
imaie jusurance business, mis uom pauy is vuauiev '
to offer both Indemnity for the jpast and security for '
the future, P lidisiitined without delay by . ,;
; .. CARTER. & LINDSEY, Aabnt.,.. .
t No, 40 MaiB-atrest and No. 171 Vine-street. -' .
J. J HOOK EB, Agent, Fulton, 17th )Vard,
! " 1, UlTdIT h itn-lnoln. it w
felley C P. BUCHANAM, Newport, Ky.
UTJSlslv ilSHUltaUiCl. UOHPAJiY
IMTICl IN THE BECOKff 8T0BT OF;
U No, 1 Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This Company is taking rire, Inland ana slarlne
disks at current rate, of prvminni.
Losses fatrly adjusted ana promptly paia. . - - , ,
. DlBKOtOaa: .' 3
fFKckert, t Ball, . BVTPomeror, :t
wiiuam uienn, w vnuiwuer, vr u niauu. .
Kobert Mitchell, W B Ooustock, LSI Stone,
Kobt Bncbanan, OGShaw, Goo Stall, s -
Wm Sellew,. BetblCvans, ,.. J II Taafle, i
David Gibson,, : B Brachroan, , J Olaham,., - ,
U Clearwater, Ihos U Elliott. '.;
i. n. auaaai, s-reaiueut.
Btirnca Moasi, Heoretary, i - ;" no8 '
Fire and Marina Insurance.
Citizens' Iflsurance Company,
OP CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Woofl, . . dsaao 0. Oopelen, , -
James Jr. Cunningham, bydney . uiara, ,
Geo. W. Bishop, ' Wm. Fisher.
ueorge . uuon. -ISAAC
V. COVELIN, President!
flan. W IV.hi.iu georiitArv.
. A. It BOSS, Surveyor.
Ta KmMml fy, Icunn PaIIHm nn Fire and Marina
Bisks, on favorable term.. Office tio. West Third- :
street, TrnstOo. Building. , nogbfm ;
National Insurance Co.,
- Clstelnnatl, OMa. - 1
(Office South-west Oor. Main and Front-streets.) ,
Uarine, Inland Transportation and
xue AiB&B . . '
"" TAKSN at current rates.
' TiTRTCnTOHg. "' "
John Burgoyne, IK Smith, Bobert Moore,
wm nepwunn,. unas u jnoore, m. seenneunor,
F X Wiedemer, Thos Ung. iSWBmith,
i I, Boss. Thos B Bfggf , Henry Bills
H. C. 0BNKB, Bec'y, JtiO. BUBOCtJIK, Pro.. ,
BJaoebfm P. A. SrHiaiiAS, inrveyor.
....... FIB.B AND MA11INB.
Eagle Insurance Company,
" OF CINCINNATI.
. 1 " ' J. W. 0ABBU30N, Presldsnt.
B. W. BKEDEB, Beoretary. - '
DinxnonsHenry Kesslar, Anthony Fay, -Wm.
Townley. Bntlth Betts, - - .
ttnav.voss J. u. fawner ano uavta isaxtr, aewy
Application made tg auy duly author leed Agent
romstly attended to. By strict attention to a legit V
THE OYSTEE TRADE.
: COFB -
' Bpioed Oyitort.
THK SUBSCKIBSa IS SOW KBCXI7.
aINaOAII.T,by th Adam byres., MAW.
I'8 world-ren.owned Baltimore .
frsih Can,' Eeg and Shall Oyitera.
HT-tf r ; Depot, tl Wat flftb-itrMt '
I ' T 1 ."''I .
' . O A V AG N A'S
Oyster Importing House, i
' '. NO. SI WEBV FIFTH JT RRT.- v .T
HB BUBSORIBSB IS NOW RBOSIV.
INO dally, per Express, hi. splendid Orrten,
netea arramremetit. In Baltlmora. nn
.lp, a win , bii umosuunng
the seasen. be prepared to famish my friends, "nl
the Test ef mankind. with the mmi nci.iYiiniiii
BlVALVtH Imported to the Uneon Olty. Nonobvj!
the very test Irn ported, Great ladaoemeaU odsred
"itfder tloliclted and promptlv ailed. Terms oafh.
" ..PIBB CATAONAy
iKkS Ujf D KK PA IE8 ARXl VkJIaI,
LIMBS In Wawaerlor teatiaav' aj.Unru.t.
raferaness tv-m, AdJreas No. 1, eg Mifc-eet, L