. DECEMBER S
JOHN BROWN-INSPIRATIONS OF THE
NEW ENGLAND MUSE.
At a John Brown muting, In Boiton, on Sunday,
Balph Waldo Emerson delivered these verses, Quit
a rugged andnneer, though far lew meritorious
than many of his other metrical efTnilons :
A man there iiim, whence none could tall.
Bearing a touchstone In his hand.
And tested ull things In (lie land
By in unerring spoil.
A thousand transformations rose
Froin fair to foul, from foul to fair,
The golden crown ha dtd not share
Horsoora thsbeggsr'e cluthM.
Of heirloom jewels prised ao ranch.
Wore many changed to chips and .lout,
And evun statues of tb. gods
Crumbled beneath lti touch.
Then angrily th. people cried,
"The loan ontwolgbs the prollt far.
Our goods suffice us as ther aro,
Wo will not have tbeni tried." -
But since they oould no so avail
To chock his linrnleutlngauejl,
They seized him. aaylug'let him tatt
How real 'a our Jail.
Bot though they slew him with the sword.
And In the lire tba touchstone burned, ,
1 ts doing could not be o'ertumed.
Its undolugs restored. '
And whea to stop all future harm,
They strewed its ashes to the urease,
They llttl guessed each grain of tbee
Conveyed the perfect charm.
oother poem, supposed to he from the pan oi
Henry I. Thsraan. was read on the same oaoa-
To-day beside Futnmao's ware,
Beneath Vliglnla'e sky,
They slay the man who loved ths slave,
And dared for him to die.
The Pilgrim Father' earnest oread,
Virginia's ancient faith,
Inspired this hero's noblest dead.
And his reward la-Deathl
(,raat Washington's Indlgiwnt shale
Kcraver urged him on
Re beard from Monticello't glade
Tba vole of Jtfferoon. ,
Tint ohleSy on the Hebrew page
lie read Jehovah's law,
And this from youth to hoary age
Obeyed with love and awe.
So aelflnh purpose armed his band,
No uaeglen attued hi blow;
Bow loyally bo loved bis land
Impartial Time shall show.
Brit sow the faithful martyr dies,
tlh brave heart beate no wore.
His soul ascends thi equal skies.
Hie earthly course is o'er.
For this we mourn, but not for him,
Lisa bun in Uoil we trust;
And thongb our eyes with tears are dim,
We know that God is Just.
NEW ENGLAND MUSE. An Austrian Countess' Appreciation of a
This amusing story is told by a Paris
A good story is told of an adventure
which bofel the late Charles Xodier, from
yealdieg too readily to the temptations of
& good kitoli en and a cellar. An Austrian
Countess, of old family and great fortune,
spent the winter of 1832 in Paris. She
had mot Charles Nodior in a good many
dining-rooms, and had been delighted by
his brilliant and piquant conversation; ho
wns for a long time reokoned the best
talker in Paris. She heard everywhere
his talents vaunted, and that nobody gave
a dinner-party without at least trying to
have Charles Nodier among the guests.
t-'oma weeks aftervrard, ths Countess,
havtag determined upon giving a large
dinner-party, wrote to Nodier asking if he
would be good enough ti dine with her
and hor friends the Thursday following,
and in a postscript she said she would bo
very much obliged to him if he, accepted
the invitation, if he would come at four
o'clock. He accepted the invitation, and
and while he thought four o'clock rather
early for a dinner hour, he remembered
the Germans were early diners, and
suspected his amiable hostess imported
her dinner-hour from home. At four
o'clook, therefore, he was at the door.
To his Biirpriao, he found hor alone, and
riot yet dressed.
"Ah ! how do you do? I am glad to sae
you and so punotual too! I nope you
have not dined yet"
Charles Nodior smiled and lookod as
tonished, and said :
"Ho much tho better 1 Come, go to the
table. I have had your dinner served in
tho little parlor adjoining.
Keally, thought poor Nodeir to himself,
these Uemians are odd fish, and do
things in the queerest style. His surprise
was not lessened when he saw a small ta
ble with one oover on it, and when he
was bidden to take his seat, the Countess
ran.3 the bell, and the previously instructed
servants brought in the dinner. Nodior's
eyc-s were like saucers, so large were they.
''Great Heavens, Madamo, I thought I
was invited to a dinner party; and here 1
am alono not a guest present, you in des
habille, nnd not sharing the dinner!
Keally I don't understand it !"
The Austrian Countess now manifested
as much surprise as the French writer,
and she said (allow ine to show how her
wtroni; German accent added to the ridio-
ulorjeneus of hor remarks. ) "De zing is
very zimple; tare are twentee of my frani
oomin?; to tine wiz me to-uao, at oeex
o'clook. I meani for you to tot down at
do table wiz dem; you mass talk for zem;
you ui u S3 be funnee, gay, wittie. and
TjiBken dem all laff. No bodee shall talk
bats you. Don't be afrades, doy will all pe
gludu to hear you talks. Now if you wag
to stop to eat dis or to trink dat, dare
would pe a disagreeable silenoe; your de
lightful oonverzatiou vouldo be inter
rupt eJ, and dens do folks tould lose de
jokes, do troll anectotea, ozer funee
Rings you says pcfore folks, and de
ahitrm wouldz be proke everee instant.
Hut's as yon have tmed, zen your mind
will bo frae, and you cans shatter aways
and re tolightfuL Dis is do reason I
civea you your tinner before ze ozer
CharleB Nodier lookod quizzingly at the
AuHtrian Countess, burst into a horse
laugh, and went out of the room, leaving
her furious. At six o'clock twenty-five or
thirty guests were assembled, and after
houp had been served in the solemn si
lence which befits that "oonsumation
wished' she said: "I did expect to have
( to-day a delightful literary man do pest
talker in Paris, to telight yon turing tin
ner;put sees literary puople are so troll I
ho bcotpUd ze tinner he comes to see
me, andzen all at once helaff, take his
hat and run off wizout say ze why or ze
pecause!" The gueuta were surprised,
and questioned their hostess; the secret
leaked out, and tho Austrian Embassador
explained toner tho mistake she had made.
s:) wns mortified more than 1 can
express, nud wrote bo kiwi a latter to
Ch&rleu Dodier, he oould not but wiidon
'v,t-. Ivlio looked (and not without some
iunl or reason) upon a literary man as
"(ma a musioian, who was paid to drown
'iinni.T siupmiues in meiouies.
ISA patriotir) writer is of the nriin
ion that ladien of the present day would
ronke.good soldiers, bccaii'o of the dress
which' tbej wear by-day they. might
mako tsnt at nigbt
A Learned Doctor.
mi. tr .! volfltnA thi r
ins- I stumbled n a character the other
ni write.. VViend,oa board a
,Knt wriinh nreacn
LI .LZ. I duMJ "
that I thought ratheroriginaUnd .
rnarfiinm-AntrnerJ him on the Bpot i aao
just finished uuppor, and waa quia uy "
i ,-..n fKo onV when I hoard
A JUtkMW'avvjK-- - - . 11
JJS.' .tal tone
of voice to some two or
listeners, (but evidently intend! for me
benentol wnomsoover it migui.
on pathology. Being fts it were thuis 'in
vited. I also became a listener to 80meU8
like th following: "There it id no vl
Well, some people talk about souted fevet
I don't know any thing aboutseatod fe'vert S
there aint no such thiog aa seated fever.
A musauito-bite in a fever; cure the bite,
and the fever loaves yo'u. So with a
bile just the same thing; there mt no
suoh thing, 1 toll you, ua seated fever.
Tim ij.t i. vnur reflulof doctor prao-tues
according to books. I pi;eo-tize aooording
to common sense. No'.v there was l)r.
Bugg, of our villnge, the Sampson of the
Materier-Medicker. Well, he treats fe rers
.(WordLnsr to books; consequence is, I got
all the patients j etixl he inysto mo one,
day, says ho, 'why,' ud ho, 'how in iN.
vou not all the fever cases?' And I toW
Um ra.otl how it was. and it is eo.
Well, Doctor,' interrupted one of the last f
ners. 'how do you treat fevers?' 'W el 1,
nfr how ao you
trio it. vou. ask ma how I tre.t
fevers! If yoit had asked me when I filn
eommenoed prao-tl'auog 1 could ha' toil
vou; can't toll ycti now. I treat case'
just as I find 'am, according to oommon
sense. And there it is: now there ma
Mrs. Scuttle; she waa taken sick; all he
folks said she Jhad th t consumption: had
two doctors to her didn't do her a ainglo
mossol 0' good! They sent for me. Well,
as I went to the hoose, I sea a Ink e'
taniy and a flock 0' ohiokens by tho door:
folt her pulse: says I, "Mrs. Scuttle, you
aint no more got the consumption than
I've got it Two weeks, an' I cured her! "
"WeU, doctor, how did you oure her?"
"How did I cure her? There it is ag'in!"
I told you I sea a lot of tauzy and a flock
of ohiokens gtowng at the door. I gi'n
her some of the- tanjy and a fresh-laid
pg brought h8.r right up. It's kill or
cure with mel la fact, loall myself an
officor. My iaaddlivbsgs is my soldiers,
and my disease my inimy. I rush at him;
and' ithcrheormo- has got to conquer..
I never giva in!"
My oigar was out; and while lighting
another the doctor vauisbed: possibJy
hastened by tb? influence of ono of bis
Thb Lobstbb kd the Dock The
December number 0 the Knickerbocker
We wish we oonld 1 our hand upon a
sketoh which Mr. Leu'P jenl us,
describing a toothless old fellow at
Blossom's Hotel iu Cananda.'gua, trying to
devour the olaw of a lobster, nsh he had
never "tasted on afore," and thV Pet.tt of
whioh, when he had drilled dowf t0 1 ni
said he "kiad o' liked I" It was vefcj "oh:
and so is this: , .
"There wns much surrounding oaak'lQ'
nation whate this oircumstanoe w&s mcV"
tiouedthe other waning: A man who
was "somedele" food of lobsters, waa wist
fully regarding a basket of them in the
market, with his dog by his side, while
another by-etander was sticking the end of
his cane into one of the disengaged claws
of a big fellow at the top. "How he does
hold on!" said tba man with the cane.
"Yes," responded the man with the dog,
"but it's because he 'dents the cane, and
his olaws won't slip on the wood. But he
couldn't hold on to a oritcer, or you or I,
in that way. When ha feels any thing
givin', a lobster always stops pinchin.
"Guess not," said the owner of the basket
"you put your dog's tail in that there olaw,
and you'll see whether he'll hold on't or
not. Xo sooner said than done: the
lobster-lover lifted up his do, dropped
his tail into the open olaw, which closed
instanter, and the dog, "as emit by sndden
pain," ran off howling, at the top of his
speed! ' "Hello!" exclaimed the owner,
"whistle back your dog: d n him! he's
'runnin' off with my lobstorl" "Whistle
back your lobater!" rejoined the other,
"thut dog aint coming back; thut dog's in
pein. I can't git him to come near me
when he's iu pain I" Tbathumano oitizen
dined that day upon as fine a lobster aa
there was in that basket, "anyhow!"
A German Idea of a Kiss. A kiss is
thus denned in a lovejjletter, written in
1689, and translated from the German:
What is a kits? A kiss is, as, it were.
a salute expressing our sincere attach'
merit, a pledge of future uniott a present,
whioh at the same time is taken from
ub the impression of an ivory eoral
press crimson balm for a love-woundod
hearta sweet bit of the lily an affeo-
tionate pinch of tho heart a delioioni
dish which'ig eaten with a scarlet spoon
a sweetmeat whioh does not satisfy oar
hunger a fruit whioh we plant and
gather at the same time the quickest
exchange of question and answer ue
tween lovers the fourth degree of love
Reciprocated Affection. A dandy
with more beauty than brains, married
an heiress, who, although very accom
plished, was by no means handsome. One
day he said to her :
"My dear, as ugly as you are, I love
you as well as though you were prtty."
"Thank you love, was the reply, "lean
return the compliment, for, fool as yon
are, I love you as well as though you had
An Understanding Wifh. The ven
erable lady of a celebrated physioiao, one
day casting hor eyes out of the window,
observed her husband in the fuoeral pro
cession of one of his patients, at whioh
she exclaimed : "I do wish my liutfband
would keep away from uuch processions ;
it appears too much like a tailor carrying
home his work." .
HARRISON & COLLINS'
C1ENTRAT, BEE-HIVE GALLERY, cor-
ner of Fifth and Wostern-row. Photodraphi,
Melalnotypea aud Ambrotj poe token oliapiu' than
elsewhere in the city. Oil Colorul I'hoiutraptis
made of ail sitea, from life to the smallest miniature.
!ictnrs nmtly set lu Ij'icketa, Breast-pins, t'iuger
rings and Braoaleta. All work warranted.
ol-ey A. 8. HI, ')(!. Arlln.1
SADDLE TRUNK AND HARNESS
1(H Main-amnt, toree doom arte- Third,
KEEP OW AND AND MAKE TO 0R
DK8allh n'li of Horse Trapping, In thebeit
and moat substantial manner. Also, a laruo assort,
mant of JJrirae Illant ets, W hips, Car,et and Uat her
Bms. Brbllo Bits, llnffiiln R(,b,.s, Vnllsm the r. al
sole-leather I. Mall TrnnKs, rtemga, and a tariro iu
aorlment heioiif Inf 19 this Hue. I will sell as low
aa the lowest.
J "l J. I. CAHEIOK.
THE CiYS TER TRADE
M :ALB IK " '
FEB iSK CAM ' ,
COVB y "
OY 1 ,S.
gpi ed Oytt at.
-..iSflP11'' I. lit Ihi IXua luam KILT
BS'Bworld-renov "1 ,tl'
Keg and Sb.tl Ojatm.
irreoh. Herm .n. . : . nn- ovmk .
PtnirirntlY "''T'wswi wv esiusvs
JSERT OER, Agent
))ert. 11 Wost Firth-t
Ojvf;op Importing B waq,
31 WEST . F1FTH-8TR.EI fie
rVuE SUBBCRIBi'R 18 NOAVriBOJ
. IS' J dally, per Er.iress, blsnlen lid Oy
.Having -tor,-. piate
per Express, Ms snleni Hd Oyslers
id arrans'Sments in li. IHmnM
tensive scale, I will at all! Inieaduriiis
e uretftred to rurofcib my fi .lAndn. ,.rJ
Iberwjtof mauklud," with tho most (iKLIUIOlfs
iIVA.LVZS Imported to tui Queen Cit y. None bin
the vary best, imported. Gr at induce: uanta ottirod
at this linporting-honso.
Older sioliolteii and IjJvjJ'q' 'riia owbu
sepl,6r . Bole Importer and Pb orjetor.
TODD'S OLD STAND .
. , ' e
, tAD"BlAlH-?TKEET. T AM ;rlKCSJ 0,
. y,J,S3 dally, gKlil'a Celebrated BlAilM'oiH
0 TSTKE3 whioh 1 am selling at unir6oe'j9uii)d
lov w prlooe by case war doaon. Dialers add Families
nth "si initio, inwu uyeier, vm pirAee send
thet rordora. Attiiciied to tills etttb,lvsF,n,9nt Is a
nice, fl'ilot, resMcllle Saloon, when,yij cna have
uys'e ywawiiu evwry eirui, sua jcpvea up In a
cla t d superior manner. Charges less than atanv
.tk IUM I . Ill It I . Kr niinu
SUPERIOK OLD PLANTATION
Sspot, 9J a7ciunarestt'M t, epposlte ths
National TnevM er.
E. C.B0CKI15O, Afat.
ALtO-Dresssd Fish and Game ; fresh and sweet
iiimer, ao,, aeuTereu at an iiuui , iree oi otiarge.
Fine, Fat, Frejli Oitl'tBi. j
jlaimu Bonums, at bit Wholears and Betall Oys
253 253 258 253 253
ooM J'lllh dour above Hxih, vfset side.
J. FURROW & SON'S
(pBLEBRATi'lD BALTIMOSU OYSTERS,
riress (Jompany, iu vrhole and half Cans.
rvceivea uaiiy u? 1110 auauis a,x .5, r
n nair cans. V 1 1
All Ovsiers sold warranted rresn
ihe very best quality. J. B. OWINGS,
Aect, Ho. 37 ruth-street, bet, Ualn
uu 1 v aiDni4iraei.
N. B.-The triidt, supplied
on ths ntoit liberal
6X. F 13 LI AST
16 West i'ourtli Streot,
Wliere Ran ht una e V" "rtlsla pjrta!nl,g to tr
Husliwaa at a much hit rHce, tor Ci.Ba.riuj
nan ever Imiora been offer! a ui tnis tuarket
QIVE U A 0AL1I
And .e frr yonrselvea, m4
WM. WH I T AK. E R,
I.m;-,N. 3. Oor. Fifth
WMnnt anil 1
ha hi lotlgs trets,bttw
V In Olno' nnatl.
LIKaaLd PLAXKD WAB1
A gtXid assortmont of Bl li ' K a and eLAXSV WABa.
rlfliUTAGLH, etc., ke pt oonc'santly on hand.
iSpculal utieutlou ijiveu t 01earitng and Becalring
".WW1 Biiu.rMm,,. DjyiU
.taGGS & StlTH, Wo. a WoBt 4lh St.
A US NOW KECEIV ISQ ADDITIONS TO
.i'JK their larn aosortme t of Wotohei, ewolry,
A ildk- asiortm-int of Plat H Tea ati and Cutlery
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
IMS. SJUt'I. ISILSBKR
pLXaPKCIALLY TRKAT8 DISEASES OF
JCi THli HSIN, BHSUM.VTIfiM, DISEASES OF
WOMl'N, and sunb tlirooio complaints aa maybe
benenstea tr the tlygreQto AH' AlmopaUiIo tnttm
Vapor, Sulphir, Ioulna, AmDlo, Meroory Tnr'
klih, Ktuaian and Klectro-OheH 'nl Bathi, a Dis
pensary of Cledlolne, and dfery n Miner of lectHc
ana fflag notto Aprarahu.
MO. ST WEST SKVKSTHJ,TBBfF.
It t.. reEH'TON, Ms 1).
0, SO West Smatb. Ctamet,
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
OrrioaSa. W West Seyenth street, le tie sen Tina
fierenhh iItmI. im.
Omoi Uooaa 7JU to i)i
lit tr-yi V W'., tnn p
WM. M. HUNTER,
oof ( , al Trway.tj8t.
(finooeasor to Knowlton a Taft.)
No. 06 Wat Fourth St., bet. Wstlnat de Tin
OANDY I OANDY
(Bocoeesor to Mtim AOs,)
WAnufartiirers and Wholesale Dnlv
FHSK AND PLAIN 0ANDI8,
40 MAW STEBET, CIMCIIfllATl
Hannfactnrer and Wholesale Dealer la
Honi, Perfumery, Fnner G.oda,
No. 378 MAIN-STREET,
PETWKKH 8IITH A8D BKTINTII, t
N H J0BBHR3 BT OALLINrt AND
, - eiamlnlnR my 8 took will Bnd that I
am sailing lower than any other bonae !n the eltr.
fooul v ' ,;
IJI ALL ITS BRANOIIJtS,
. Foiirtb-streot, bettreen Main a
NO. 8 KAST
and Ucamo-a, Cin.
arK.blnd!niln every stK
ly and dumbly bouud.
Unilu Hooka ijcxat.
K1RANM.IN TIPB AND STBREOTYPB
- FOUNT) BY, B. APbtSOH. SnMrlnbaadantx.
1'rint.D, ufeerlaU oi I
. . K . ,, , , . 1 . I -f
30. . $30. $30. $30.
ThirtyJ)olIar SonUeLock-Stitoh .
FAMILY SBTOG MlCrtpS
JJWJUMD BT KIOICKT LKTTBBB PATtHT.
T DAS BESN PRO-
llv SeWina m. vT uu niosiaesirauie iram-
iL " j ' bnd. from No. 8 to 100. i
gLSd0 "?,? 0.XH? MaohlnVT
Coon u m r.rii!i "i:" na It lu operation.
tina 52 . "; ninaka fortnnslnashort
tus, Agents wao ted in all unsold territory
II. J. Bl!
rMtmt . . fts Wwt fonrth street, Ciaolnnarl.
LAUD, WEBSTER or 00,'S
SIEVING MACHINES, !
80 West Fourth-Btriet.
Betwa Tina and Walnnt-treti, Cinoinoari. ,
" rr a Olrenlar. vi
W. T. & S. D, DAY & CO.,
Munfaotnraxi and Dealers hi
(BOTH HAND AHD POWmi
Ai?,ls!?d,JP,.I!rI?.,.,B MataHal, Noa.
riNCINN ATI. OHIO. "'r " '
r 6,",,1!,,AIT10!' J8 CALLED
eighteen months we have lufrodu'ced the m "fo:
applied to the cenTer of ffi". ptoSSj eoKueutly
tuere Is no possibility of Its spring C ftom an?
f0,.u"t.,;f.',r.l0,? ,fn motionia ,0 transSitt?d
. u iu muo aweu on tne point of contact with
r rtuters In want of the BEST Jnnnirn .um
WW ADAMB ELLIS, M. D.. HAS Trmrxm
-V-. at aetjuut what the Ladlt, 1." ;
and looked for In vain, the Uterine j,'.' ,;-""""
eelnV:?-'" nS5!a I to on all dta.
Prolan or Falllnu nf h.w;l..1:,S"? tns urethra,
nuiiu, ouHirusis, ainenorrnea; In fan:
'J fBlrJ!.TI'e' r the use of from !
viui - . 1.11
0.. a perfaot onrs
atlre and Urinary Organs, r'tllT'.' V" ?n,r"
matter of how long standi 1J Si1 1 Iem'3
Ma.lame KL118 1 oall" l"";, v,tla9 ?' Bottle,
following Card of on. " 5"-Honlar attention to tht
gLsta of Clnoinnsti. ,n m0,il Prominent Drng.
We, the under Ji?D T" i?"" J PiatiatiiAa.-
onr name to : '"? me naoitorgiTing
Lad? thy F,JS"nt jU.td,cln??i,llBt knu l"8 e
Ellklr, ltiKlttt' s?, th '"ui'ine oalled the Utarine
sullen . oleeJ.fnlly, "commend it to all females
pnrcf IT??! FBm'? Diseases of any kind; It Is
l w-,. "Ji-u nuro inr it, yon win nua ra
rer. r,. Hrr.T,. Tir-noaimt
aepaT "Cornet of Fifth and Baoa-ttreeta."
MArDAyj, ,ELI'Ia'8 SPANISH SIMU-
onreT iAIIN.arSVC0H AKD LIVItB BALHAM
ml?0mbsf.C'U!9' Colde HoarseneaJ, Dim;
hn S. Brl'. Hdache. lflatulency, Reart
rhn0, 0 EBlm""n. Billions Ohollo,Oramp
ru VM'J.n,lVt7','''f of Appetite, and In Palni
uSm lli" Iei -In anr t the atove diseases
.;;""' rawenty mmntes, and a perma
r th. useof Uobottles. Onlyoflceitt
W "'V0 ,E that every person oan got It.
rourth and ..V'prVV
r iu-urni.i j v. i'aub.. aornoroi
oTjX.1';" th: JOllN DICKSuK, corner
lt.i,?h!.V2 81x,n; HKIMEIN, coTior el
a,,, nMlliail. Also, EUWAVU PULAW
ttl T Trf ??ra5rlf01)f!n ',n', 'onrthand Madnmt
KLXilB, )44 West gixth-ftreat . . , ni7-ay
pHE MOST H P.1,1 A BtC FI KB A ND
reeerre their ajntunta,
"?tt.hl" nLT3 ohallepRB all eompstltlon, as
laine.oeai sir. oof. Bnralar Proof. orTir
ana uorgiar Proof now mads; and are villlna to
..-"."M"'???? ? tnloI inthe
W6.9hTnPr!treil.t0 ,wra5t) "tlr8nfb, and at less
Stata manntaotorar In th. United
Seoond.handHaA. of other makers, also on hand
Wl a, gDD8, I
tsMMMlcAHaUJIg Atjevtlai IMNaiIM4RatOe
W. It. Dodds Jt TO.,
o o asr o n. es t 351
ire and ilnrtrlnr Prnnf
w. tjorner or vine 4 aeooua Htrfi.
JS!?Jl!VjI!?"1l2,1DIe 'IBB AND BUBOIiA
OIT SAFE that t; made in the United States.and
warranted Mrfoctly free from damp. Oan be sold
lower nrloea. and la nf h,.un .w JC
be found eJsiwhefi. " "1M
211 b7! ,Sr"9 Mortmonton hand, and am 4a.
lertDlned to tell at nrioea that oannot faji to ploaae.
1.1.. I 1 .
iu.w hi .xonauge. ouuvuiJ-llAHD iArES al
BAI.T. WATER AKD tAKB PljaH
TOZEIl'S EASTERN FISH DEPOT,
no. ma fiaMl,, bat. tfirth nnd Sixth,
UTR.: T OZER BEGS .TO AKlVfiiTMnn
AA that h has established a rcmlar depot for ths
of all kinds of salt-water Fish, fresh "Soil New
lork i also Lake Fish from Cleveland and Sandnskvi
together with (llama and Otsteraln tb.aMI.LoD.'
stars. Crabs, Eels (alive), and all kind, nf .!'. S5:
Bam. and Can Oysters. Be will fiirnlih theahoia!
himd u nuiTAOiTD wu. u . jooanova. i
ft J. CUTLER'S
Die el a for Fluid Inks.
: Mtmtifltctory, a Vlut ti. H
Will sM II
ounui;ail rilUUI! BArf.i.-rhnli., I
mor. satisfaction tbe any other now In nS "
WeolTerareward of OJiR Tftnnail run nnx.-
LARH to anr mr.,,. ih., Z.-T ilrz " YT I
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
f10 all preaent local InsiiranoeOumpanleaand
ienoiea in the Insurance bnslneas in thiaoity. 4U
years oonlantdnty,here,oomblned with wealth, ex.
r.oi.,,uwiiinNo Bui iioerauiy. eipeciauy ooni
inena tne js xSa Insnrnnoa Oompany to the favora
ble Datranaffft nf thin ..hilnmill. a(nnillnaur,llo
na alone, the sole snrvtvor and Uvlug pionsor of
v.usiunau anaerwnters 01 IS'ZO.
Ijosaca pnldlnClnrlnnnt) rlnrtnc poat F!v
Years, 8150,054 i7.
lABSOLCTJ! AND UNIMl'AIHBD.l WITH A
iUKPLUIs Ot-' V1,U30,42iS 80.
And the preeUjo of iu years success aud expoaleuoe.
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
ITPWlnrianoai line nfie tfmjdvu.
Uave been paid by the jftim Insurance (.'ompany In
too pt 4 W ymirs.
Klra and fnlnui' N(ivlnllon.-Kiiks acceptod
atteruia oonsutent Uh solvency and luir profile,
aepeelal atteuUon given to Insoranoe of Dwellings
and Oontenla, for terms oritojy s.
Applloatiou made to any duly '.athorlted Affpnt
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Inenr&nea l.iiftlnn.. thl.nnmn.n. I. &r.-iTi,M
to offer both indea nlty for the past and security for
llcl AS issued wfthnMtriAlMV fvv
AS H. OA -TKR, Aannt, Ko. 40 Alain street.
ATU11, Assistant Agent.
IND.KY, Agent 171 Vina rtrsa.-
HOOKA' 1, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward.
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
New Insurance Agency
Of Old Established
OWEJV WENS, jr, Aen
Wo. 4 Public Xandlujr, '
OONWAT IKBUKAS01I C01
of Conway, Jta. i
tAFATBTTB IKS., CO,, I
of Brooltlyn, li! I.
HAMPDEN INS. CO., i
of BrrtngAeld, Mass. . 1
BOARD OF CINCINNATI HEFEHKNOEt
HlnklB,anlldA('i)., B. A. Holden ft On,
rf ijsou a nayaen,
Ftadler & Brn..
Goodman A Vornhols,
X. Vi Thomas t Co.,
, James Calhoun, f.j
tatlnier, t'olburn Aluytun(
Blits taken on the uioat favorable Urmteonglatent
tosses honorably idjuated, anil promptly paid In
jviimi u tl jLlllUg Ultej X1UJU1.1 1
(inia Assistant Bee'r Firemen's Ins. (Jo.)
fuoamt ' -
WE8TEBN INSURANCE COMPANY
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 1 Frout-atreet, between Main and Syoumore.
iuis vompauy is taking Kire, lniauiiand Merln.
Bieae ai curriin raws oi preminm.
Losiies fairly adjusted aud promptly paid. i
T T Eckert, T Hall. W Pomeroy,
William Glenn, W 0 Wblteher, (V 0 Moun, ,
Robert Slltubell, W li Comttock, L, 0 K Mlono,
Hubt Biiolmaan, OOShuw, , Geo H tall,
Wm gellew, 8eth Kvans, J H Taaffe,
PaTldGlbeun, Jl ijrachman, J (i Ishatu,
H Clearwater, Thos H liilllott.
. F- KOKEBT, President.
Btifhiw MoBtg, Betretary. not
Fire and Marino Insuranoo.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, 0I1I0. !
Willlatu Wood. Isaao 0. Cop Ian,
Jams, s, tJnnnlnghatn, Sydney 8. tlark, ,
Geo. W. Bishop
i" . K 1 cu osepu neaairi,
Oeorso It. Dixon.
ISAAC J. OOflitESr, PrMldeut!
GEO. W. Copii.ii, Swjretary.
A. M, BOSS. Snroror.
Is prepared to lasne Policies on Klre and Marine
!, ud lavoiaoio wrmt. vino. do. 3 Wtst Third,
street. Trust Pp. Uiilldlng. noabtin
National Insurance Co.,
(Offloa lotth-wstt Oor, Main and Front-tret.)
Uarine, Inland Transportation and
TAKBN AT CCRKE.NT RATES.
JphnBm-goype, IMSiulth, nobsrt Moure.
Wm Bepwortb, Ohas h Moore, M K(.cblielnier,
FX Wledeiner, ThosOna. iSVbmith,
'iiK99 ThcsUCk'CJ. Rbiiiv Kills.
".Vi "Hltt.HM'y. JhO. BCUOruVNR.fros.
uoSbfm P. A. feputOMAH. Btinejor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
OFFICB NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
u .,8tIB5B f I-oa and Damage by Flra; alaoi
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
. .. DIBEOTOBS:
rtira.w"' All,u olller, Willlaro Resor.
John W Dudley. James A I'
ii w ii Iv .amesiiunton, uam.w I
T Wood row,
, j vnnneiu,
ft Mr!llr,.,. p.....,,ii..
Ji m y Taylor, A a Wluslow,
sirejeod triii uor90idil
ao mat aroruoim mm
qqi-((itnnioo po Moi-oiBjBOAV 'wo
"OO 2? U3HVH A3a m
WpiOnnioa -4j?d 4uo('sediqow tniss iii.lj
"-Puo pnti jerfdn qioq noswjr'eeajsjjwr
ua OS KI IQd S3ZIS TI V
RnnFIIVm riridhlIVfJ lia
l 1 ' KWO
THB OUTCAST KI.AHTir MWU
th. best and cheapest Metal Hoof now used, Its
. . ,.M "7 S W'oncooriuaraln this city
andylclnity. Applied to, Oat or steep, old or now
buildings. No eoldcT used-fastened seourely wlih
out exnusure to th fuiilon iii..i.m.n. '
l'rophred sheets, boxed for shlpmout to any
United Htates.cm be applied by any on
onunary meonaiilcl ""AJ!mPt1 4Ued.
iT-tt iat West Hecond street
OATJSNT MACIIINK-MADK PAPKR
BAGS, for Orocors, Drngglats. Tea Dealeie and
others, male from extra quality of VVrappiug. Ua
and WhltoTaa Paper. . ' .
ano,OlWo. 1 Wrapping and Manilla;
ao.oislHo. I 1
aoo.oooMo. i - -
aoo.oooso.io - , -
iwo,onuHo. u 1 .
3H),llO No. is .
, . oo,ooit. w :. . .-.,
aoo,HM Mo. -
; .aoO,u(alJlo. s
e above are pat n la package, of 00 baits eaeb.
A1XOH A CaATFlKLD.
Punnr lti.tr Mat,
And tV bolesalo Paper Dealers.
77 and n Walnut-afreet.
. , rijbdo,s;, ;
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
every description, which I am selling at a suirt
advance on M.w tork prices,, wholesale aad rraf,
Mi ; 104 firih -.treat, Ut, Ke. and Mm. .
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Weston and North-western
Great Weston and North-western LINE
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Cborteat Eouto betweon Clnclcii
j i ...( r , and ChloasTo. .... .
Three PawngfrTralnsleayKOiDolnnatidallr, from
thefnotof Mill and Front streets.
Ji3U A. M, Chicago Kail iirr Ifos at Indianapolle
at U:iu 1. M., Chicago at lO tO 1'. M. 'X'hhi train
oonnecta with all night trains wit of Chiatga ior
the West nud Kortb-irest; connecte at Indlaaapo
Ifs with trains for Terra ilsato; also with i'n
trains tor fera, ,oganeport, joit Wnfiie aod 'Xo
ledo. .. ,
ltti4S P. 31. Terra Cante and Lttytnyotta A".
ooniiaiiuatlon arrives at Iudlaimpolls at :IA P. .l
niaking dinntoonneotions at Iudiani.polit, wfth la
layette tmlnafor iJeoatm-.liiirlngllelil, Kapler, vlala
py, Hannibal and 6t. Jostpb., ..." .. .
X.K: "l-Thicago fixpieiw arrives at IndlanapolUi
at uu A. M., making olese ounniwtions at Chicago
with all morning trains ont of (Juloago.
Sleeping cars are attached to all to. night train
on this line, and run tiuoush to Chicago withoat
ohanfio of oars.
Thlaisoxolnsirely .Western ami North-weaterw
ronte, sad with favratle and luilabie arrangwinent.
with all connective; roals tlnuu.liout the entira
Vrest.gnarantees nntuuul oaro ana the amplest ao
ooinuoiiatiiiuj to the patrons this line.
The touipaDy's oxclusiie Telegraph Lin ta need
when ncocewiry, to govern tli. movemeut of trains,
nnd Longhi-lilge's celebrated Patent Krslti'S, are at?
taohed to all passenger irulm, by which thoy eanba
perfectly controlled; beeidw all the other ruodern ifflr
provomeuta neoessary fortheoomtbrt aud safety of
passenaera. th. manaferH of thta rout ha-rn IIWil la
provided. . .
pmoKing.cars on tutiltlie.
af" beaure yon are in sue xli'at tlckat aIHih. hrnr
Tin rnrohas. yonr tlntetj, a;id ask for ticket rla
Iiwronoebbrg and Indianapolis.'
are the same as by any other ruuti. Aaggajia
tftlft I til nAf . Mn l.n aI. .
M& at th. ticket .officios, at l'rnoer lionse Oovner
nuiiu.uuinnr jiroaaway ana jtmnt; no. 1 Bur
net Hon4e CorneK.kft th 11.11..,., n
at Depot offlca,l.ios of Mill, on front street, whera
Omnibuses rui to and from each train, and wilt
callfoi pawienKerertt all ooul and all parts ol the
olty, b lsaviu address at oil g ir oilloe.
Jl0l ' ... Qsaeral Ticket Ay nt. .
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
CIX DAILY TKAIN8 J.BAVB THI
Tii,lns rnn through to (.'loveliind tjrl0"ky, Tn.
ledo and luuiiinapoiin without chanito of tnra.
Throiitli Tickets for all Eastern, Wentenf-iSorflj.
HA. M. HXPKKJIH TRAIN For Hamilton;
Hicliniond.ludiuniipolls, batayeite, CUioago, and all
W .stern (-ltles. Connects at Blohmoud with 4J. and
O. Koad for Jjocansforli also couiieola at Uauilttan
4v a, iiii Titsis-ra jjayton, risnncllHtd,
Bitndusky, ToUhIo nnd t'lilcago. Thla train iiiakea
close conuevtlous with all trains leaving Chicaxo tbx
same evening. Aloo oonnects at Cubaha roa Co
LBMBts; at telleiontalnewiih B. and 1. 8. It., iiat i
and West; at forest with Piltsburg, Ifort Wayn.and ,
Ijhlcago Kailroad Kast aud West; at Clyde with
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad traiua for Clevelautl . '
andDttroltj at Dayton tor Greenville, Union, yViti
oneatwr and Uitncie.
,i i. n.vi -MiiiTsn iii.iirs ji or (.lOTSinn'T
via Dolawaro for liioklrk, l.tuUalo, Uosion. 5w .
Tmk.aiidallEaMernclilcs. Alsori.un.ois at CresiN'
Hue for I'lltslnirgh, riilliiilrlliia, 1'hI t nn-i and ail
Easd'i'ii I'itit'ri. -i ... i
. 3i4tt P. 01. TKAIN-Ior llurnlltou, lllckmnad,
Indlnuapolis, Torre liaut. and Saint Loubj con
nects at iiainilton for Oxford, ic.
i;!tlS P. ltd , rlf.aSMVi. Ilf'fin. RnlMnl.l
Bellefontalti. Lima, Toledo, DerspU, Chicago, hii'1 .,
all points in Canada. Connect'
B. and I. li. It.. Kast and W,.t.
Ili30 P. 31. HXl'llG'.STIlAI
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, iiiill'alo.
ew York, anil nil Eastern cities. Also, coimeUs a
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, ilalUinura,
' unntciti Liuwn,
,.r.TI;?n'k,l't Express Train leavlnig ClnturiaM a
11:80 1. JI., b avoadally Eican, Sahhdatii, Allother
trains leave dally txoupi' Sumdvs;
ITilr furl Iiai. i.f.itna,A.. ,.At.... .v.
r ' .:, auu iiinn,.,ij,7 Mini
Tloket oaicea-north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. im Walnut-streut, nenr (libson Honsei at
the new Ticket OBloe.rn tlie went side of Vine-itreol.
OetweenlPoaUlfflcaanit Hnm.l tl.,uu,. tha W1nn4.
street . floaso, or at the Simh-streot Depot.
v. mm.., itsiw. eitipprinten'ient.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Expreas Triln8.:
lIRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRHSS AT 10
M. A. M.i connects via Uolinnhns nnd OfoTwIaBdi
VIA tlOlnmbUB. titeubenvilli) llnA Plltahr.ra.
Uoioinbiu, Crestliuo and PIUnbui'K; via Oolnw .
btts and Bol lair (M'bceliut). Also. lor SprlugfieWi
Thin train stops between Cluclnnatl and Coliuubus,
at all the prlnulpal stiitioua.
SHCONO TRAIN-Oolumbna Aocomtnotlnttott
Jt4i4ll '. Al. This train slops at all stations be
taeen (ilncinnatl ana Columlms, and Clnolnoart en4
THIRD TKAIN Night Express at MiHH P.
II., connects via Golombua and itelluirfWiinciiniii-
vla tiolumliui. Crestline and Pittsburg: via Colon; -bits
Uteolienvllle and I'itt.bnru; via Colnmbns mo-4
Olevcland. '" ''
Thta Tralu stnra at TjOvaIati. Hnimv. T.nln
eiiu uonuoo. d ij&rjrixvu u.vutt en .
SYIHO OARS LU TB1H TTfa Ml .
ri n u.y
Ivy Kxnraas runs tnrough m Uloveiand,
id Pittuburg, via DlouUnvflle, wlthnnt
charie cif cars.
The NIGHT M.tPItKSH 'Praln loaHnir rininnir
at lliIRIP.Sl., runs daily, except BATUttllAlo.
The othor Trains run daily, excopt SUKOAVU.
Korallinfornintlcn.aiid nirnueh Tickers to Bos.
ton.No'.v York, Philadelphia, Kaltlmore, Waoliini.'
ton, Uoflilo, Masrara I'ulla, Dunkirk, CleTelaid
Pltfsbur;(, Wheeling, and hi! the Eastern nlac.x.
apply at tho Olllces, Walnut btiswt Houne, Ho. 4 Bur .
ut.t House, aoutli-eimtcornorof Broadway and i'roat
streets, and at the Eastoro l pot.
Trains rnn by Columbus time, which It seven mtn
OmnlbnseJ fall fornamennra he tei.vins ,iiiu.n.,a
at I he Ticket Offlbes. no 14
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THHOtlOIT WtTHfi'rr'r nWA Vfitc nw na ua
BK,T """N0 Fiiet Llne-Leayea Kaat St, lonii
JjSS ":1T& iM A Oincta
Two Daily Trains for Vlnconnos, Cairo and St.
ouui, at 7:10 A. 111., and 7i3 P. Bl.
Three Dallv Trains f,,r I.r.ui.vniA n v,t A as
00 P. jl., mid 7:90 P. M." '
One Train for Uvunsvlllo at 1M P, M.
The Trains rnnnn.i.i Hi T..-,nU f..n ui..ia...
Kansaaaud Mebrahlia.aaunlbal, Quiuoy and Kao
kitk; at Ht. touis and Cairo for Memphis, Yiokebarg.
hutches and Hew Orleans.
une inrongd Train on Sunday at 1M P.M. '
........ir-mi liiaoiisavea aaat er tioiili.
arriving at Cincinnati at 8:25 A. M.
FOB TUUUUOH TICKETS
T'11 Ppints West ui,d South,
Sevonth-streeui, J) 1 Burnot Hon.e, oorner ofJlSs
?iorU"M' 1 rr 'font aud Broadway, Spencer
tlmnlbnses cal fur pasKengers. 0039 '
Cincinnati, Richmond &
iteoTiSfrouh Route for
tkiikk uautb, ':
. IiAFATI'ITl. ,
" w CHS. J.IIC Buovo-ATains
F.1'h,T,?in" f2rr TT JHtflPriMBeld. Hoc
".-, (.alwsburg, Kenosha, La Orosso, Jacksonville.
(Jaloiia, (Jnlncy. Prairie dn Chfen, Pans. PeJrta.
halle.Bt. Paul, and all towus audcltlea In ihe ISorUt
afThronih Tloketa given aad Banana chaAkui
.For further information and Thronah Tickota aa.
n! w ... -fit.,,,-, (ir. u .....k - . .. ' ' m
VS&SliSKXJ nd Vl..t.ot? at
. . morkow, rmrfht.tfcot.
blnotniiati auj (Jiikiiiro Itoruln. f.ir A,u nti frrtir.
LUffanilaiiirf avn.1 all Alni. AK tI-.i TL1 -.? .
" w a-viutw Vil TYafUina TsftllOT
W.E, MMlTfi, Aaani.
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