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[From "Once A Week."]
'SIX ONE AND HALF A DOZEN OF
"Now, dearest Fred,'1 ahe loftljr said,
"Yon must abandon smoking;
It spoils roar looks and then your breath
Indeed It'a moat provoking.
Sid God decree that man should ba
A chimney Sue regarded?
Then, darling Fred, let It be aaid
Tobaoco fon'ra discarded."
"Haw, well, mr dear," aald Fred, "I fear
That will not be ao easy;
But, like a man, I'll try a plan,
A od do tha boat to please ye.
Did Ood Intend that woman'a mind '
Such wondroua tblnga should brew, love,
la Buatlea, Bloomers, Crinolines,
Or Hoopa-de-doodeu-do, lore?
"But, really, ir-whlf, whlf, whlf, whlf,-
"And Blind ou, I'm not jolting
If you'll abaadon crinoline, 1
By Jovel I-l'llgiveup smoking."
A letter parsed through the Louisville PoatofncsVe
abort time tinea, with the following line written on
the outside wrapper:
I cam from Cincinnati,
And fully did Intend " .'.' ."'
To atop awhile at Weaport
To tee a botom friend.
But they took me on to Loutaville, , , , , .
And there a eleepy olerk
J tut tent me up the railroad
' A atupid place ot work. . . .: :
When Captain Putnam aaw ma
He never awora at all;
Be only aald, "Good luck, ray bay.
If you get hotue tbia tall."
[From the New Orleans Delta.]
Romantic Story of a Compositor.
Some years ago, a discip-le of Gutteuberg,
in this oifcy, greatly esteemed by the craft
for bis integrity and intelligence, formed
an attachment for the daughter of a
French lady, of estimable" character, but
reduced ciroumstanoes. . 1 nis attaenment
commenced while outtypt) was lodging
in furnished rooms, tomwL by the lady,
who had resorted to afc mode, a very
uointaon one in this city, among widow
Indies, of supporting their families. The
young lady wns modest, rstolligont and
attractive, aud in her manners and con
duct gave evidence of high, social rank,
to which her mother had always made
claim, not, however, in any pretentions or
ostentatious spirit, It was not this assump
tion or any other hiotiv but sincere re
gard and admiration for the graceful and
gentle French girl, which led our friend
a captive in the silkeu bonds of Cupid, in
the train of other victims of the same
eharras. Being a tall, handsome, agreea
ble fellow, he had the good fortune to
bear off tn-e prize front the i other aspi
rants, and ia sue time tha lovers were af
iianoed with ttw full consevt of the mother,
who, despite her high, social and aristo
cratic pretensions, was too sensible and
judicious a woman to object to the al
Jianco of her high-born daugliter with one
of nature's noblemen, an honest man,
who supported himself by his own indus
try and intelligence, and gave all the evi
dences of a generous and manly char
acter. The marriacrff was celebrated in the
i rlaennC f sinoJl company, of friends,
k which the ft r rsr i
Rented, andthb .f&"S?i
Jotr'n to to. realities . llf .
sterrt and severe enough, JjJJ5
wife had graduated in a.h? 8 J"
fronoh philosophy, in whu. h J?
fyund more striking examples 0 ,
twu. to, sudden reverses of fortune
cuanges pi social position than anu
any otner people. Many a r renon princ
and nobleman, driven into exile, has
cheerfully descended ibfo the lowest ranks
of common laborers, ahd'whon in another
turn of tha wheel of fortune festered to
his former runk, has borne himself with
moderation and chastened pride. These
humiliations of poverty, "the Btings and
arrows of outrageous fortuno," have been
often cheerfully embraced by Frenchmen,
in preference to concessions and sacri
fices! which other people willingly make to
escape the harrassments of want and
, straitened circumstances, and the cha
grin of a. loss of social caste.
Our young couple encountered the usual
hardships of a life whose maintenance
depended upon the wearing and exhaust
ing labor ot setting type. The severest
of all descriptions of this labor is that
which is endured in the composition-room
of a daily newspaper. The greater part
of the work boing done at night, the
compositor is oompelled to rest during the
day, and is thus deprived of the benefits
of the pure air and sunshine, so essential
to thesustonanee and recuperation of the
jaded physical system and faculties. This
'nocturnal labof is peculiarly trying to the
eyes, and many a compositor, after A fow
years service, is compelled- to abandon
the employment in which he has acquired
greaiproncisncy, in orutjr w emvu uio si&ui..
lu tha ever tpfrourjjpo apenji several
years after his marriage: and the expense
of his family having ino reused by the birth
of several children, he found it necessary
to tax very soverely his system,' in order
to bring up his "ems'! per week to the sum
required for the Bupport of his wife and
little ones. The consequence was a sori
ous derangement of his health and injury
to his bight,. which hi physician deeded
would result fatally, if he did not cease
from his labors. One of his eyes had
already begun to exhibit evidences of
that dangerous effection known as the
oatajact.ljTh aid of a few. , friends, and,
the self-sucrincinic devotion and industry
of bis excellent wife, enabled our, friond
to absfojlM'or a long period from his
cuttomary laborsi' But soon poverty,
with all its' horrors and mortifications,
began to embitter-tha-existence and cloud
thefutureof die unfortunate typo. "Though
ever wot, by cheerful and encouraging
smiles and loving looks, he could not bear
to look in the fanes of his wife and children,
and think of their sad lot : and his own
inability rto,; relievo them. . His wife,
howevercontinued to sustain and en
couruge him by hopeful views, and by
frequent allusions to some good lack that
lay in store, for. them. Mysterious hints
were frequently made by her to a rich
relation, who would not forget them in
her last moments, if she had during , her
lifetime. i t . u V
The husband Was but little enconragod
by these too common, desperate resources
of the poor and unfortunate. It was like
waiting for the1 sky to tain sovereigns,' to
expect such a windfall as a-legacy from a
rich relative a more baseless hope than
that of drawing the grand prize in the
having exhausted every, resource, ' had
sunk into the deepest slough of despair,
nod een his ooor wife leican to lose her
nhuBrfulsnirits. her oheek crew paler, and
her eyes dimmer,' when one day titer
were aroused br knock at the door; It
win on iuinerauve and emphatic knock,
and the ' husland ' looked around at his
little ones, begged his wife ..to boo. who
was the yilitor, , dwT apprehending
theappearaAoeofasutrinto eject thorn
and turn his helpless family adrift on the
world, and not htting the courage to face
the dread ministers of the hard hearted
law. Happily he was in error this time.
A polite, well-dressed man, asked if Mr.
resided there, and reoeiving an
affirmative answer, handed to Mra
a letter, which he had been instructed by
the French Consul to deliver.
The letter was a foreign one, with the
post-mark Paris, and was addressed in
French to "Monsieur et Madame ."
"Open and read it, my dear," faintly and
not very hopefully asked the despondent
husband. Eagerly his more sanguine part
ner broke the seal, and, quickly running
her eyes over the letter, exolaimed in a
tone full of emotion and joy, "It has oome
at last," and throwing her arms around
her husband, embraced him with the fond
est devotion and most ecstatic happiness.
They were both silent for some moments
and indeed, it was sometime before they
could recover their composure sufficiently
to comprehend the full charaoter of the
agreeable intelligence which had so op
portunely reached them. Then it was,
the wife with affectionato pride and exul
tation read carefully and slowly to her
husband tho joyful information that by
the will of Madame De B , recently
deceased at her hotel, in rue St Ilonore,
Paris thesaid Mme. S became entitled to
a legacy in money of one hundred and
twenty -five thousand francs, with certain
other contingent interests in the estote of
the testatrix. v e need not attempt to de
scribe what can be so much more forci
bly imagined, the happiness which this
letter diffused through their humble house
hold, a few minutes before plunged in
frier and despair. On inquiry at the
renoh Consulate the facts stated in tho
letter were fully verified, and prompt
steps taken to place the legatees in tho
enjoyment of their bequests. This haH
been since accomplished, and our typo
and his worthy family are now placed in
comfortable and independent circumstan
ces. iLong may they enjoy a good for
tune, which thoy have justly earned by
the fidelity and fortitude with whioh they
bore (he pangs and humiliations of pov
In their future employment and read
ing, there is a chapter in modern history,
tho perugul of which must ever be to
thenia source of happiness and pleasure,
that are rarely experienced by even the
most pnthusiastio students of the annals
of modern valor. This is the chapter in
the history of the great Napoleon, which
records the heroic but terrible sacrifice of
tho splendid French siisdron o& Aboukir,
wher. the great Nelton achieved his
inostjbrilliant victory, and French valor
and determination shone even with
brighter luster in defeat and disaster
than in the most glorious viotories. The
unfortunate squadron was commanded
by Admiral DeBruys, a devotod and
trusted friend of .Napoleon. Desperately
wounded early in the action, the Admiral
refused to leave his quarter-deck, excluim-
iug, 'An Admiral ought to die giving
orders," and so fell by a cnnuoo-ball,
and bjreathed his last, waving his sword
to encourage his men. To his widow
Napoleon addressed tho following let tar:
"Ybur husband has been killed by a
cannon-ball, while oombatiug, on his
quarter-deck. He diod without suffering-- j
the death the most easy and envied by tho
bravo, I feol waftnly for your grief. The
niomont whioh soneraloa us froia tho
0bNiect we love is terrible; we feel insolated
ou'eis""1' we amo8' exporionce the con
vulsions f e 'aa' agony; .the faculties of
the soul ar annihilated; its connection
with the eartn' is preserved only across a
vail wlhieh distort everything: We feel
id sudh a situation that there is nothing
whi4 still binds us to life; that ia it even
far bcttei to dio; but when, after such
first and unavoidable throes, wc press our
children to onr hearts, tears and more
tendey sentiments arise, and lifo becomes
bcarablo for their flakes. Yes, Madame,
they will open tho fouatnins of your heart;
you will watch their childhood, educate
their youth; you will speak to them of their
fathor; ofyour present grief; and of the
Iobs which they and the KcpnWio have
sustained in his death. After having
resumed your interest in lifo, by the ehord
of maternal love, you will, perhaps, feel
somo consolation from the fnondship and
warm interest which I shaU ever take in
tho widow of my friend."
'ar did tho gonorousity of the great
warrjor end here. His warm iniprcst in
the widow of his friond was further mani
felied by tho settlement upon her of a
handsome estate, in tho enioyment pf
which she lived to a great old ago, surviv-1
ing her children, and largely increasing j
hor estate. Her death ocourred a few
months ago, and in tho dispositions of
her great property she did not forget the
poor relatives of her heroic hnsband
who had emigrated to the United States
and one of whom was the happy and
faithful wife of our friend, from whose
private history wo have taken the liberty
to abstract this interesting ' chapter.
Literally true, it presents a drama in real
life quite equal in interest to the happiest
conceptions and inventions of the ro
mancers and playwrights. The incidents
are remarkably similar to those which
constitute the plot of Douglas Jerrold's
domestic drama of The Rent Day,", and
the genius , of the poet is alone and
needed to impart to them all the viyid
interest and impressive pathos which
have nlven to that famous drama its
strong hold upon the popular tastes aud
HARRISON At COLLINS
C1ENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, eor
J n.r txt ifih nrt Wnatera-rnw. Fhotoerapha.
Melalnotynea and Ambrotrpoatnkn. cheaper than
eleewhere In the city. Oil Colored Photograpna
made of all elzea, from lite to tne amaueai miumuins
Pictures neatly net in LiOCKete, creaei-pins, t luaer.
rlnga and Braceleta. Al( work vrarranted.
tioio-ay a. p. ou"'""i
WILSON, GARLICK & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
Hoga, Pork, Lard, Whisky, Flour, Oraln, Ao.
Oltlce north-wast corner Mixtb and Jfaiu-atreeta,
The underaigned having formed a copartnership
in the uenerai .troauc aua wurroiwuu uuuuess,
nnB. thn atvle nf Wll.iin. flarlirk Jk ).. rearject.
fully tender their eervlceaandHollcit the patronage of
their friend) ana the punllc. Particular attention
nairf to burloa and aelllna Hoas. Whisky, Flour,
Grain. Ac. Their charges will be aa moderate a)
any other good nouae in the city. Kefrrto the mer
chantaor Cincinnati generally. '. .
" - ' ' '' " H. T, OABLIOK,
'no28bm" L.T. BAKU.
lVt Blaln-atreet, three doora nbove Third
'XT EEP ON AND AND MAKE TO OR-
II. DKB all It ads of Ilorae Trapping, in tha liest
aud moat anlMtantial Manner Alo.a large assort,
mentof Horae Hlaad ft. Whips, Carpet and Leather
lu, Bridle llltl. nnllslo Boliea, Valiioa (the real
aole-laathev), Mall Trnaka, Hponge. Ind a large aa
tortmaot beloaging to this line. I wlllsaellaalow
aa the lowrtt.
D, 8. CARSICK
THE OYSTER TRADE.
DIAtlB IK I
. COVE ,
Spiced Oysters. &(j
PHJKLED OYRT WIS
rWMLK SUBSCEIBER IS NOW RBCEIV
X mo DAILY, br tha Adama ajiaraaa, MALT-
BY'B world-naownad BaiUmora . -
Fresh Can, Keg- and Shell Oyiteri.
rmh. Barmatloallr-aoalad OOTB. SPICKDa.,.,
EOBEST OES, Ageat
17. If 1 Pa pot, 11 Wait f Ifth-itwt
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 VKST FIFTH-STREET. , '
rflBE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RKOBIV-
M. 1 NO daily, per Kxpreaa, hla anlandld Oyatara,
Having completed arrangemenla In Baltimore, o
tha moat Mtenalva icale, I will at all t meadurlnj
thaaeiuon i prepared to ftirulob W ''andij, "Mj
thereat of mankiud," with tho moat DELICIOUS
BIVALVES Imported to the Queen Cltv. Ncae but
the very beet Imported. Qreat Indncementa offered
at this Iniportius-houeo.
Ordor alolicltel nd promptly Jlled. Terrna caah.-
0flpl6T Bole Importur and Proprietor. '
TODD'S OLD STAND,
NO. 60 SIXTH-STREET. I AM RECEIV
ING dally, BKIH'U Celebrated MAMMOTH
OYSTEB8 which I am nolling at unprecedented
low priced by case or dozen. Dealera and famlllee
wanting a very large, frueh Oyater, will pleaee end
their ordeta. Attached to tula establishment la a
nice, quiet, reapeotable Baloon, where you can hav
Oyatera Cooked in every atyl. and aerved up in a
clea l and auperlor manner. C'hargoa !ea than at any
other place. locliil JOHN NAIRN.
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
Ceiior, 93 Sycniuore-atreet, ovpoalte ths
R. C. BOOKING, Agent. ,
ALSO Drcaaed Flab and Game; fresb and aweet
Butter, 4c, dellvoced at all houra, free of charge.
ir you "Wirt
fine, Fat, Frmh Orsnu,
Maenum Bonuma, at hla Wholesale and Ketail Oya
terllouao, 253 253 253 253 253
WAI.WT-8TAEF.T. ' , '
no29 Fifth door above Slxlli, west eldi.
'"'JTPAltROW & SON'S
JTEIiEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received dally liy toe Adama D.X-
proas Company, in whole ana nail caoa. I
All uyatera eoiu warraineii irem auuui
the Tory beat Quality. J. 11. OVVIMQii,
Agent, AO. et aiuu-atrefv, ui'i. mmu
N. B. Tha trade anpplied on the moat liberal
EL I AS'
WATCH & JEWBLM HOIISB
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can bo bad avery article appertaining to tha
nnslUHN at much leaai yrloe. for CASH, than
ban over Leore been offered lu this market.
GIVE US A CALL"
And aee for yonraelvea. ti
JEWKLEB, ,. , .
Ko, 6l,Si K. R. Cor. Fifth and Lodge itreeta, betwee
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
BPKtJTAOLS, etc., kept oonatantlyon hand.
Hpeoial attention given to Oleaulug and Repairing
Vatchea and Jewelry. mylO
JIEGGS A SMITH, Wo. West 4th St.
A RE NOW RECEIVINfl ADDITIONS TO
JL their largo aaaortment of Watobea, Jewelry,
Bllvemare and Biaraonda.
A Una aaaortment of Plated Tea Boti and OnUery
and Opera Olaaaea. 224
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
1K. SAItl'L' SILSBCE
"WJi SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
JCi THIS SKIN, RHKUMATlflM, DIHKASKS OF
WOMEN, and auch Chronio complainta aa may be
benohtted by the Hygyenio and Atmopathlo ayajem
of liia office. ' .
Vapor, Uulpbur, Iodlue, Araenic, Meronry, Tor
ta'ab. Unesiftn and Eloctro-Chemlcftl Batba, a Die
jtanaary of Medicine, and avery manner of Electric
a am magnetic apparatus.
HO, 87 WK8T OKViCNTH HTU BET,
mk rpffloe btntn 9 A. M, to 6 milO-tff
It. S. NEWTON, Mi. D.
QsB., t'0 West Seventh Street,
traiiR vim aid in".
O. Ei.: NEWTON, M. D.
OrrioB w west Seventh atreet, between Vint)
and Kaoo. Bk'JiiBiMin Wo. M Heventb atreet, be.
veen Vitunui una vuie. urrioa 1101m t, 10 M
as-- ii u i': w. i w s r. m. .,
WM. M. HUNTER,
nun ' ' Vlnw-atreet.
' J- TA FT,
(Bncceseur to Knowlton &TaR,)
No. Ott Wat Fnrh U bet. Wnlnat cV Vina
.CINCINNATI, OHIO. , , , ,
O AND Y ! QANDY
.1 (BaooMaoile MiniiCo,) ... j
Mauulaotarera aud Wholemle Dealvi
FINK AND PLAIN CANDIES,
0 M AIM STREET,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dmlef In r' -.'
Hnp Perfumery, Knnnr Goada, Aie.t "'
; BKTWJtKU SIXTH A8D BiyKHTH,
N'l' JOBBERS BY 'CALLINfr AND
JL examining uiv titock will Bui that 1
an leUiiil luwer thau any oilier h"ut iu tha olty., , ,
. '.. ..i"""), , .. ...).;
IN ALL ITS BRANCURS.'NO. ft BAST
Fourtb-ilreet, botireen Jlalu aud BrcamQ-a, Cin
eHrBe. binding In every atyle..
ly and diuably boaud. .
Mitsib Dook, neat
C. 'JBOf I'ltK. .
FRAHiaiN TIPB ANP STEREOTYPY
FOtnwiltV, H. ALLISON, goMTlnUndant,
ti llttlog iilterlaia vt al 1. luJa. 1 e Vln;trett'
$30. $30. $30. " 930.
Thirty-Dollar Double lock-Stilch 3
. , :-.oi:j ,ntt.::r "iJh ;. :
FAMILY SEWING MCniNBS
SCOOBID BT BKOlNt LETTKfiS PAT1TNT. "
THIS MAOHINK ' HAS . BEEN PRO
MOCHOKD by all oompetent Jndcea, whe
have aeea It, to be the best and moat desirable ram
lly Sewing llacktne ever introdnoed, reaaraleaa
I" price. It will sew all kinds of family gooda,
from the very thickest to the very llneet fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to SOO.. ..
. NooJI la used on top of the Mswhlae. ,
Sena Tor a circular, or c-ull and aee It In operation,
Dpon early application. State and County BlghM may
beaeonrea. i . '
AneaergeHo person can makes fortune In a short
8c le and exclnelve agent for the United States, .
lepUfml 1H Wesj yoiirth-street. Olnolnnatl.
LADD, WEBSTEE : 4 CO.'S
.., LOOK STITOH . ....
. j SEWING MACHINES, , '.. .
80 West Fourth-stroet,
Between Tine and WaJnut-streeta, OinolnoaU.
mr Bead for a Olrenlar. ' "
1 ! . ' Manufacturers and Dealers In ','
! (BOTH HAND AKD POVVHIB.)
And nil kinds ot Printing Mnterlnla, Wo.
. 113, US and lr Weat Seond-lreet
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MEDAL JOBBER. Wltbln the laat
eighteen months we have Introduced them into four
teen different Statea of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power la
applied to the center of the platen : consequently
there la no possibility of Its springing from any
amount of pressure. The motion la an trsusinltted
to It as to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
the form, Insuring A rEBFSCT IMl'BKSSION at
a high rate or apoed,
rrinters In want of the BKST JOBBKIl should
not purchase olsenhero without giving this an ei
amlnatlon. They are atrong, duraulo and rapid, and
are WARRANTED to gtve the most entire satis
faction. , . no
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at last just what the Ladles have lang needeo
and looked for In vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir la warranted to cure all dla
easos of a Cterlne 5ft tore; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kldueys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra
Prolapanaor Falling of the Womb, Painful Menstrn
atlon, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect cure
is guaranteed by the nae of from two to live bottles
of the Elixir, of any dlseaae whatever or the Gener
ative and Urinary Organa, of mala or female, no
matter of bow longstanding. Price fl par Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of the moat prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati.
"TO TBI PUBL1CAHD TH1 LiDll IN PABTIOTLAB.
We, the undersigned, are not in tha habit of giving
onr name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uterine
Ilixlr, we cheerfully recommend it to all females
suffering from Female Diseases of any kind; it la
purely vegttable, and In no ease can do Injury; wc
say to all try, aud our word for It, yon will find re
lief. F. P. HILL, Druggist, .
aep!7 "Oornerof Fifth and Baoe-strwts.
MADAMS ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
LATING OOUOH AND HYEB BALSAM
chits, without fall, pains In the Breast, Back,
Side or Limbs; Oongns, Golds, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty sf Breathing, Headache, Flatulency, Heart
burn, Chronio Bheumatinm, Billions (Jliollc, Cramp
(Jhollc, Griping Pains of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, aud In Pain
ful Menstruation It is a certain euro, and gives
immediate relief. In any of the above diseases
it will give relief In twenty minntos, and a perma
nent onre by the use of to bottles. OnlySOceuW
per bottle-so cheap that every person can get it.
N. B.-For sale by If. D. HILL, Druagiat, corner
of Bans and Fifth-streeti; J. P. PAKk, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; SUIBK, ECKSTEIN A Oo.i
corner Vine and Fourth; JOHN I1ICKSOK, cornor
of John and Sixth; PAUL KEINLKIN, corner el
Eighthand Freeman. Also, KDWABD SOANLAN
A IK)., comer of Main and Fourth; and Madame
ELLIS, 144 West Slxth-atreet. eep27-ay
THE MOST REIjIABI.E FIRE ANO
BDBOLAB PUOOF SAFES. They have given
more aatlsfaction than any other now In use.
Wb offer a reward, of. ONE THOUSAND IIOI,.
I.AHM to any person that can, up to the present
time, show a single Instance wherein they have fulled
to preserve their contents.
With thlsBAFK we challenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; aud are willing to.
test with any establishment .in the Union, anilthe
party falling lirst, to forfeit to the other, the sum
Of $2,01)0. ; - , ... ,. ;
We are prepared to furnish a better Bafe, and at less
coat, than any other manufacturer In the United
States...- .. .- , . ,..
Second-band Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Wereapectfully invite the public to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere
, . HALT., CABBOLIi ft W '
' SUgU-ayt Noa. loand 17 Eaat Columbia atux'. .
Wi B. 1D0DDS,
rormsrlf OfHall.Doddl t Uo.Itots tJrfcsn.Dodo, 0o.
W, ; Jl. llotlds it Co
: BAScrAuTuasms or ths lui j
o o kt o dei. aa w ya
Fire adJIarglar Frooi
I u: & F U S Z J.:i'i
8. VT. Corner of Vlnrk Second Street.
! it , o.'Oii i j ,
TbM is the mesl rellabls FIBB AND BUBQIVA
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and fa of better workmanship than
can be louod elsewhere, . j: u; n; .-
We have a large aaaortment on hand, and are de
termlned to sell at prices that cannot faU to flsass.
; V) i i,.i O lA iH a.le- ..-ni,
Takes In sxchange. 8KWND-HAND SAFES SI
ways on band at extrentsly low prices.'
SAtT.WATER ANp LAKE FIKH
rinArMi.inAi'' list am by iiiliii kiisikjara
ivtonnn EiiiBii!.nn risu iFr.ru j,
' No, tfOfl Vlne-st., bet. Fifth und Sixth.
TtR.' TOZER BEGS TO AUNOTJNCH
IvJaV that ha baa establlshetl a regular depot for the
sale at all kiixts of salt-water Vish, fresh from Mew
York ; also Lake Kisb from Cleveland and Sandusky;
fensetner with (Hams and Ovsfcrs In thealiell. t.nn.
aters, Orah, Eels (alive), aud all kluda ot seasonable
Game and Can Oysters. Ho will furnlih the above.
namea articles 'UHKarjeu inan yini OTUKK
FLACK IN THRl CITY. Family orders rromutl.
attended to and sent home tree of charge, fleas
oanane -waver vonroraeni. ooi t
ili i -.it . ,rv
MnOfa6ttrf, 30 Vlue 8W " ii
bV ! STATE r AyTHOBIT.Y.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
saT"Agenoy eatabllihed rn Olnclnnatl In an
tedating all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance business In thia city. , 33
yearaoonalant doty here, combined with wealth, ex?
perience,hferprlse and liberality, especially oom.
saend the iBTNA Inanranoe Company to the favora
ble patronane of thia eommunisy-sundingaolttary
and alone, the sole aurvivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of IS'J.I. , ... . .
IiMds paid In dnclnnntl duiinc past Five
' lABSOLCTK AND UN1MPAIBKD.) VITHA "
SURPlitfS OV $1,1)30,423 0.
And the prestige of 40 years suoceas and eiapealenoe. ;
- I IKVISTMSKTg Or
Over $100,000 ill Ohio Securities.
UPWARD OF IJ,O0,0O0, I.OHHKts
Have keen paid by the Mtnn Inuranoe Company In
i the past 40 years,
fir anil Inland Nnvlsjn.ilon.-BI accepted
at terms ooualatent with aplvency and fair profile.
Hsaeoktl attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
id Contents, for term a of 1 tosr s. i
Application made to any duly . Vathorlzed Agent
sr-omtitlv attended to. Bv strict attention to a leslt.
mate insurance business, this Company Is enabled
tooffor both Indemnity for the past and security for
the future, P ic leaned without delay by
JAS, H. OA iTB, Agent, No. 40 Main street. '!
A. F. PATOd, Assistant Aid, . ' .,,.,,..,
5, K I. IND ST, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOK! I, Agent. Fulton, I7tb Ward. au
; BY STATE AUTHORITY. ' !
New Insurance Agency '.
' ; : - Ot Old Estnlillshed " ; ' '
OWEN O WBWSj jr. Agent
No. 4 Public Tiandiiig, 1 '
' ' ' OlNOINNATl, 0.
CONWAY 1NSDBANC 00..1 "
ot Conway, Mass. 1 j
LAFAYETTE INK.,' 00. i 1
oi oroosiyn, , I.
HAMPDKN INS. !(
of Sprlngneld, uaaa.
BOARD OP CINCINNATI KEFERKNCK:
Hlnkle, Oulld Ao B. A. Holdeii A Co.,
Wilson A Bayden, - Goodman ft Vornhols.
Pladler A Bro., N. W. Thomas ft Co.,
Latimer, Colburn ft Lupton, James Calhoun, Eti.,
Kimble A Weed. ' , I ' i ,
Bisks taken on the most favorable let micouslalent
Lossea honorably adjusted, aud promptly paid lu
Cincinnati. . . . . , .
(Lale Assistant Bec'y Flremen'a Jns, Co.) r,
...... ... no9amt
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANI
OFFICK IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 3 Front-itreet, betwoenMain and Hyrnmoro.
Tbla Company ia taking ( Ire, Inland and marine
Riekt at current ratea of premiuiu. . ,
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid,
TFIckert, rBall, UWPomeroy,
William Olenn, W C Whltchnr, W C Hann. .
Robert Mitchell, W H Comslock, L Q K Utoiie,
Roht Buchanan. Of) Shaw, Geo Stall.
Win Hellew, . .. 8eth Kvana, JHTaaffe, -
uavta uioson. u ijracnmsn, j u isnaiu,
H Clearwater, Tlios It Klllott.
T. F.KCKKBT, President.
BTBrnEN Mokst. Secretary. oci
Fire and Marine Insurance,
CUizciis' Insurance Company, .
' OF CINCINNATI,1 OHIO.1',"' '
! ' DIRK0T0R8: " "
William Wood, laaac 0. Copelen, ;
Jamea F. Connlnghara, Bfclney S. Clark, ,
' Andrew Krkenhrecher, Joseph Reaklrt.
Geo. W. Bishop, Wru. Fisher, ' "
Oiorge B, Dixon.
IfiAAC C, UUl'liLEN, President;
Gro. W. CXirn.KN, bocretary.
A. M. ROSS, Him eyor. '
Is prepared lo issue rollclet on Fire and Jlarln'e
Risks, on favorable terms. Oltke No. 3 Wtat Third-
etroot, Trust Co. Biilldlng. noBbfm
National Insurance Co.,
Ctnolnnnll, Olilo. . ,. . .
(ODice South-west Cor. Main and Front-alreels.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
' TAKEN AT CURRENT KATES. '
. DIBKCT0R8: i,
John Biirgoyne, KM. Smith, , Boliert Moore,
wm nepwortn, uuas u moore, si rucnueimer,
F X Wiedetner. TllosOna. 8 W Hmlth. '
JLBoas. . TUos K ilagj, Henry Kills.. .
H.U. U11KK11, Bac y. JNU. BUUGOYNK.l'rca,
noebfm P. A. Rpiiioman, Surveyor,
Cincinnati Insurance Company
I ESTABLISHED IN 182!)., ,
FFICB NO. 4 FRONT-STREET.' IN
HDRKH asainat Lose and Damaara liv Fire: alao:
Perils ol the Sea and lulandUavigaucn. ' . . , . .
jno.w llartwpll, Allen (Jollier,
John W Kills, JameaLnpten, Otaas.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Frszer, J WCanAeld, '.
DTWoodrow, RMWTaylor, ASWiuslow, .
GB Williams, II McBlrner, Bownmn 0 Uiiker.
J011M w, HAKTV JC1,L, President,
fl. W.Wii.MAMS.Sccrelaiv, noa
SnjBod i)l uoW)dds .no taes wnMonr
-00 2? H3MVH I
' 1 s.isnoa nnssdnixnu smi.io.i ''os'gntnea
niom stlloa nosasj jnou aeuioni funis -sjeu
-uiu jopun pan jwldu t))eq (Tpnos (mo)semsj j-rje
nohi bnohis ni ia ind "sazis n V '
milE OirTCAlT ELASTIC ME-'
JL TALLIC BOOFINO'Ms effered to the riiblie
as the best and. oheapest Aletal Koof now i need, its
merits tested by sn experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or sleep, old or new'
bliildinss. No Bolder used-faatened aeonrnlv with.
out exposure to the action of theelamente.
Prenared sheeta. boxed for shlement to anV nart of
the United States, can he aonlied by anv cue with
ordinary mechanical kill. Orders promptly filled,
llt i " ''ul ,'"'''' 1 West Hecond street.
BAGS, for Orocers. DnigglaU, Tea Dealera and
outers, mate tromxtrainy ot rapping.
nlllnsnii U hlla Tea Paner.
, , jon.nw No, 1 Wrapplhg and Msnllla: "',
i,"w no. . y;nj!
i! IWO.ISaDNo. 8 ..".:
,i; SWKXi No. 10 1.,,..
' ' ' nm.im No. it . ' "
: zrsvmo No. W ' ' i '- " i ' i
'I',,, 'JiD llirit
r. :!. HI!'..'!
-r .... h n rr ij'itvl
i .,,. 90(1,0110 Ne. 18 .' 0
i ' m,wiONo. 20 ,;,
lov -.in?" .l;:il i
nvni ' i in I. ii ?i ,
i'. ' oV':,oilMoi-1 White Tea Basal i-o:'iim otl't.
' Tha aboveare pnl iipln paokagei of 800 hags each.
We are manufacturing from slalT to aeveoty-Ov
Paper Bag Manuraotiirers, ,
And Wholesale Paper Dealers, 1
in, .) r 77 and TO Walnut-atreet. :
"i Feathers'bd. Winter Millingry;
OreTerydeaorfptlOnVtrhlbb I sni soiling at a arrir,.''
adrauce on New York prices, vholeahle Snd rota), "
"",;,, Webb, Jr.,;."';;
' no ti 104 Jflttn-.treet, ttt, Baoe nd Kim.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati
Three FsawnswrTrslnalaaTsCUolaDslldaliy.lroin. ' x
tbafootof MIllandFrontstreets. ' . 9
BlOB A. ni. Uhlcaao sian arrives ai ingianapoin
at 12:10 P. M.i Chicaso at 10:80 l'. . This tram ,.
oonneota with all night tralna out of Chicago for
the Waet , and, North-went; cosnests at ;lndinapo.i i
lia with trains for Terra Haute: alao' with Peru $
tralna for fern, Loiuniport, Fort ,eyii ana To.
t'ii-13 P; nr-i-Terne Hants and Kylayette A. "
comuiuaatlon arrives at lndlanapollaat H:l P. H.. '.
making direct connections at lndianapotia with La.
tayette trains for Docatar, Sprinsfleld. Naples, tinln- -
oy, Hannibal and St. Joseph " '
7 I. 01, Chicago Cspreaa arrives at Indianapolis '
at 13:16 A.M., making; cleee connections at Chicago '
ifi.u mi i uivruius; trnma uut fI nHWKO. '
Dleeains aara are attached te ail h nfirht tralna .'
on this lino, and ma through to Chicago without 11
shange of ears. ..,.,
tuisis exclusively a w ealern and North-western ;
TOnte. and with favrahle fund reliflMaam.nuant .
with all oonneotive; roails throughout the entire
West, guarantiee nnnaual care aud the amplest so-
eoramodatlons to the patrona ot thia line.
rne company's exclusive Teiegrnpn Line is used
.when neceasary, to govern the movement of trains. i?
and Loiighridgoks celebrated Patent Brakes, are at? ' "'
taohed to all passenger irains, by which thoy eanbs
perfectly controlled; boeides all the other modern lm- ' "
provements necessary lor the comfort and safety of
passeugera, the manngsra of this road have liberally , .
provided... i r . .. . ' .
smnKiug.cars on inianne
Us Be sure you are In therichl ticket offlo befnra
Ion pnrchaae your tickets, snd ask. for tickets via
lawrenceburg and Jndlauapolls. n
Fare the same aa by any other route. Baggage
Oheoknd through .,; i
TU140U0H TiCKETH, gooj until used, can be ob. - '
tained at the ticket offices, at Spencer House Cornea1 . ,
uoriiiwest corner nroaaway sua s ront: JIO. t Bur-
net Huase Corner; at the. Wklnut-street Hoose, and
at Depot Office. fjOt Of Mill. On Frnnt atreet. whan .
all necessary Information may bo bad. . . i,M
Omnibuses rna to and from oach train, and will ., ,
call lot passengors at all hottU and all parts ot the
clty.bj leaving kddress at ell t ir offloe.
f"U : r Qeaeral Ticket Agent.' ;
NOVEMBER 14. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVK THI
Sixth-street Depot ." i
Tralna run throngo to Cleveland Sandoaky, To. '
lodd aud Indiauapoiia without change ot cars.. . 1
Through Tickets for all EaaUrn, Western, North.
en and North-western cities. , - . .
H A. III. KXl'llKHM TltAlPf For Hamilton,
Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Citlea. tlounecla at Uiehninnii with II. .nj
6. Koad for Logansport; also connects at, Uaniillon,
"Ti.10 A. M. TRAIN-Foy Dnylon, 8rlBgllaid,
Hainiliskv. Toledo end (Ihtcaffn. This trAin iiimIimi
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
sAuie evening. Also connects at Uriuna roa Co-
Li'MBt's; at JJciieiontaiue with ii. aua 1. K. 11., Kast
and West: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Bailrond East ami West: at Clyde with ,
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad trains fnr Clevelanrl
and Detrult; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
chester ami Mitncle..
10 A. M. KXl'KKSSTB A IN-For Cleveland
via Delaware fur Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, antl all Eaetcrn cliiea. Alnocniinecls at Crest.
Hue fur Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all
Eastern cities. ...
3i40 P. IU. THHlN-ForHiinilllon. lllchmcnif,
Indianapolis, Terra Haute "and Saint loula;' con
nects at Ilnuiilton for Oxford, Ac.
SilIUl'. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Bol hi ion taint', Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
all points in Caunda. ConneclsatDcllefoutuineHitb
h. and I. K. It., Lust and Wcjt.
lltSO P. HI. EXPltKtdMTttArN-ForOleve.
land via Delaa-ro for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities. Alsocounecta at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
anil all Eastern cities.
WThe nlghtTtipress Tralrf feaVIhif "CfncInBsll af
11:30 P.M., leaves daily i.xhupi cUTUBDiiS. All other
trains leave dally xxokpt Svanava;
For further Information and Tickets, apply at ths
Ticket offices north-east corner Front snd Broad
way; No. 19 Wslnut-strewt, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Dltica.on the westslde of Vine-street.
betweentPostofnco and Rnniet flonsc: at the Walnut. 1
aireei noose, (orai tne Bixtn-srrcet uopot.
noiz - v.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
f,"IRST TKAIN DAY JXPRESS AT 10
JL ; A. M., cunnects via (Jelnmbiia and Cleveland;
via ; Colnmbne, rltoubenvlllo and PUIeburg; via
OoliiinbnSj'-Orestltne-smd'-Pittabnrgj-'Tla (lolniji. 1
bus and Bel lair (Wheeiivt). , Also, tor Sprlngflold.
Thia train stops botween OlPiiunuli aud Columbiia,
at nil the principal stations.
pKCONI TKAIM-Columbna Acconimodallon .,
at 4i40 P. M. Thia tralii slops at all stations be- 1
tween Cincinnati and Colniabus, and Cincinnati and
Springfield. " :
TlilRD TRAIN Night Kxpreaa nt 1li3r) P.
H conuoctevia Colnmbua and Bel lair ( Wheeling);
via Colnmbns. Oreetlineand Pittsburg; via Colnm-. -
bna Steubenvllleand Pittaburg; via Columbna and
Cleveland. i n . ' '
This Train store at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
nd London, tiUiKl'lNUOABSON THIS TRAIN. --
(MTThe Day Kipress runs through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittaburg, via 8,teuboiivlllc, wltuont
Charge of cara.
Tba NIOH'l' EXPBKBS Train leaving Cinclnnall ,
at lliHOP. M., mns dally, except SATCKDAIS. .
Tbe othorTralnsrundaily.cxceptHUNDAYB. .
For all lnformutlon, and Through Tickets to Dos.
ton, Now York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washina. "
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk,. Cleveland, '
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places, .
poly at theOIHces, Walnut Street House, No. i Bnr-'! '
net House, eoiith-east cornor of Broadway and Frost
streets, and at tbs Hsatoru Depot.
Trains run by Colnmbua time, which U seven mln- '
ntes faster tban (Clnuiuuatl tine. . ,
. J. DTJBAND. Sne't.
Omnibuses call forpasjencars by leaving alrectlonl
at the Tloket OuTces. . . ; . ; , ... holt , .
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
1 THKOTJGH WITHO'OT CHANGS! OF CABS. '
Two Dally Trulus for Vincennea, Cairo and 81.
liouls, at 7:20 A. M and 7:H0P, M. . . .
.Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 7:20 A. H
2!oo P.M.; and 7:30 P.M. . , .
One Train for Kvansvllie ni 7:S0 P.M. ..,
The Tralna connect at Bt. Louis for all points In
Kansas end Nebraska, Hannibal, Qninoy and Kee.
kuk; ut St. l.onla And Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg.
Natcbes and New Urloana. ' . ,, .
, . One Tbretiffta Tralri ou Sunday si f :J0 P. M. 1
KiTUBNiNOFast Line Leaves Kuat St. Louli,
Sundays excestedr at 6:M At il., arriving al Oinoln .
Antl at 10:14 P. M. , , .,... . .,.
MKi-ur.sa Tbain Loaves Kast St. Lonla dally at 1:10
f. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:2.1 A.M. T
SUn THHUUUH TJvttKTo
To all points West ai d South, please apply at lh
oftlcesi Walnnt-stree 1 Bouse, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No: 1 ' Bnrnet Honaw, cornor offli w,
norm-vest corner or Front and Broadway, Bpencer
rjoiiaeuincs,ana acrn uepot,eoniersront and sill
ttreots'-W. tt, CLBMKNT-.Qen'I.Snperlntondent.
Omnibuses call for paeaengers. ' Z
Cincinnati, Richmond &
,, TEBKK HAUU, 't,
? BT. LOOIB.
" sVORT WATNB
TWO DAll-STHKUUflH TRAINS leavefllxth.treil
" - r ii Depot, at A.M. and 4:3(1 P.M. """"
8 AwAlNDlANAPOLIB, ST. LOOIB A OHIGA.
00 A8T KXPBK8S.-Throughdirect, maklngoloa
oonnelpna foralletiiar Western and North.weateT f
polnta. This Train also connects at Itlshmond will f
Cincinnati and'0hloagor Roads, for AndemonTSoko.
mo, Leganapect, sad all polnta on Wabash Valley'
Ballroeit,,. " -.'
3:40 P. M. INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO A BT,
IiOODJ NltlHT KXPKBHS.Tha above Trains make -I
olose ohmc HSna atT ndlahapoHs, alrttltirtJhl J 4 I
oago, with Tralna for Terro Haute, Springfield, Book
Island, CalPshitrff.JKMioelia, La Crbeee, Jacksonville,
Danville. Biirfliigrifil, MlWuke; Mattoon; Naples,
Oalona, (Jitltior. .PiairW. do Chlenl'asJai, Petirlan i
Dnnlelth, lletioe. Deoatnr, Bloomlngton, loUet, l a
sfThrtragh Tlokotl gtren and Baggage oheoked '
, i For?urther lfornrkfilji Sl TrJrongh' Tltkels, sp.
ply to Ticket OHlcesaorthsstoorass Front and
Broadway; Nq. 16 Walnut streetjUeas Fourth) at ,
toutjiasf Wraerof fourth soul. Flue sneetveg at
th.luth-WrtW , ,
r 1 Omnlpnssi "IILoall for aaaseiijjn bp fagrlsi 'naif, ,, ,
sn ni bi sbmbiiw