H 10 Ha S S
Saturday.. ---....January i
LOVE'S FUTURE FORESHADOWED.
BY FLORENCE PERRY.
How rang It will b love-now strange whsnwn
Shall be what all lover become
Ton frigid mid iailhleas-I col. 1 and untrue
You thoughtless of me, and I camion of you
Our pet name grown rusty with nothing to do
Lotos bright web unraveled, and rent and worn
And lifa'i loom left empty-ah hom!
How strange It will be!
How strange It will be when the-wttehery goes,
Which makes m team lovely to-day;
When your thought of me loeea Ita couleur de rose
When every day eerTe tome new fault to diioloa-
When you Sod I've odd eyee and an every-day nosi",
And wonder too eould for a moment suppose
1 was out of the common-place way
Howitrange It will be I
How mrange It will be, lore-how strange when we
With just tnch a chill tonoh of the hand I
When sit pulses no longer delightfully beat
At the thought of your ooming, the sound of yonr
When I watch not your going, far down tha long
When your dear loving voice, now 10 thrllllugly
Grow harsh In reproach or command .
Mow strange It will be I
H5" ,irV"L9 It -U be. when we willingly stay
Divided the dreary day though !
Or, getting remotely apart ss we may.
Bit chilly and silent, with nothing to nay,
Orooldly convene on thnews of the day
In a wearisome, old-married-folks sort of way;
I shrink from the plotnre -don't you?
- Ah, me, , . .
How strange it will be!
Dear love, if our hearts do grow torpid and old,
As so many hearts have done
If we let onr lve perish with hanger and cold
If w dim all life's diamonds and utnieh Its gold -lf
we choose to live wretched and die unconsoled,
'Twill be strangest of all things that ever were told
As happening under the sun I
, Ah, me.
How strange It win be I
The Peevish Wife's Too-Late Repentance.
''Siok sick again!" said the
wife, with petulance. "I'm so tired of
seeing a pale face from morning til 1
night, of hearing groans, and of mixing
doses. It soems to me there is little
need of this constant giving up. Why
don't I give up?"
"Mary Mary," oried a quivering
"Coming, coming," replied the
woman. "Ob, dearl how I have to run.
He's so impatient, and I must always be
there. Men never ought to be sick, they
make so niuoh trouble."
There was but little tenderness in the
voice that answered the faint queries of
the sick man, and yet Mrs. Nash was not
a hard-hearted or an unfeeling ' woman.
Her oharacter leaned somewhat to the
side of selfishness, and being in robust
health, the had no knowledge of the
heart-wearing that continued pull-baeks
cause to men of the strongest mils.
"Oh, dear!" sighed the man, half
childish, "it seeme as if my head never
did ache as it does now."
"I've heard vou sav that a hundred
times," said Mrs. Nash, not in the softest
"But I'm Bure it is worse. If vou will :
only pull the ourtain down the leasr, i
light strikes through my eyes, even when
inoy are snut
"Up again," thought the wife, rising
somewhat impatiently, scattering her
work with some noise as she did so; and,
heedless of the groan that followed, she
lot the blind fallheavily.
"I'm a great deal of trouble," said the
niok man, seeing the cloud on his wifcV
"Oh, no!" her face oleared up "jou
are national, of course all men arc.
Men don't know what siokness is, and
they're so frightened at the least pain.
' But this is terrible!" cried the invalid,
pressing bis closed eyelids together.
Oh! how he longed to have some sooth
ing hand upon his temples; but he would
nut nua mg wue, Decause ne saw teat sne
bad. snatched up her sewing, and
again absorbed in its completion.
Hours passed, and the nulse leaned
madly, the eyes grew strained and crossed
witn veins, tne temples fluttered with the
tnrobbing flesh, and strange words camo
tniouyon tne stillness ot the chamber.
Mrs. Nash had been down stairs pre
paring the supper. She had iust laugh
ingly said, in reply to a neighbor's question
concerning her husband:
"Oh, going to die, as you men all are, if
you nappen 10 cut your nnger.
Little she thought how true was the
propnecy sne so unthinkingly uttered!
in anower moment ner eldest son c
into the room.
"Isn't it funny?" he cried, "pa don't
snow me. xie cauea me Mr. Morris, and
asked me if I had that will all made
"What do you mean child?" His mother
paused in the midst of her work.
"He don't know me, because I kept
calling pa, and he would look at me so
strangely, and keep asking me if I had
that will made out
Her cheek paling a little, Mrs. Nash
hurried up to the chamber. Her husband
was talking wildly to himself, and his
appearance had changed frightfully. Now
seriously alarmed, she sent for the phys
ician, who was all wonder that he had
been called at so late an hour.
"The man must have shown symptoms
of more than ordinary distress this morn
ing," he said; did be make complaints of
nothing but an ordinary beadaohe?"
The wife was forced to confess that the
symptoms had been unusually severe, but
he was so liable to these attacks that she
didn't think much of it Her heart how
ever condemned her. She was eonsoious
that the moans and complaints of her
sick husband had irritated ber to an un
usual degree, and that she had borne far
from patiently with him. Now she was
ready to make all amends. "With tears
and loving thoughts she hovered over that
sick bed, accusing herself, as every wild
cry for him rang out, and still there was no
Tears, and wild prayers to Heaven,
sweet and fervent words of love availed
nothing. The death h our earns, and with
it consciousness. Arrows oould not have
pierced that sad heart as did tbe last
words of that dying man:
"Dearest, you have been a good wife to
The meek Cue looked calm amid the
"iwements af . the grave, but "it ' was
scarcely whiter than the face that bent
nver! Oh! what would that wretched
h curt have given to recall those cold,
careless words that were ringing in her
own ears at every step. This was the
thought that gave anguish unparalleled,
a her trembling steps led her to his open
grave, as she looked her last upon the
dear, manly fade that had ever had a
smile for her!
"It I had been tender to him that day,"
she often sobbed out, as she accused
herself, I would pn worlds! But the
sorrow, dreadful as it waa, has not been
without its salutary influenoe. Now the
widow woman is the welcome visitor by
the bedside of the siok. Her gentle, woioe
jgoothg as the'. 1 voice of a mother her
himd'stouohis like the pressure of v elvet
her very sympathy is the sweetest cordial.
And if she is ever tempted to think an
impatient thought, or give expr essioa to
a Hellish wish, there oomes up before her
the vision of a pale ftveel that hut for her
neglect, might be smiling on her now
and with the rebuke -working patienoe ia
her heart, she goes about nor Master's
Affecting Incident of the Revolution—
Execution of a Southern Patriot.
Among the distinguished men that fell
victims during the wi ur of the American
Revolution was CoL Isaac Hayne, of
South Carolina, a man, who, by amiability
of character ami high sentiments of
honor and uprightness, had seoured the
good will and affection of all who knew
him. Ue had a wiife and six small child
ren, the eldest a boy thirteen years of age.
His wife, to whom lie was tenderly at
tached, fell a viotim to disease, an event
hastened probably by the inconveniences
and sufferings incident: to a state of war,
in which the whole family participated.
Colonel Hayne himsel f was taken pris
oner by the British forces, and in a short
time was executed on tha gallows, under
circumstances calculated, to excite the
deepest commiseration. A great number
of persons, both English and American,
interceded for his life The ladies of
Charleston signed a petition in his behalf
his motherless children were presented
on their bended knees as h umble suitors
for their beloved father, bu t in vain.
During the imprisonmen t of the father,
the eldest son was permitte d to sUy with
him in the prison. Beholi ling jhis only
surviving parent, for whom hrj felt thn
deepest afleotion, loaded wiith irons and
condemned to die, he wan overwhelmed
with consternation and sotiow. The
wretched father endeavored to oonsoln
him by reminding him that the unavailing
grief of the son tended only to increase
his own misery; that we came into this
world merely to die, and ho could even
rejoice that his troubles 'were so near
an end. "lo-morrow, sa id he, "I set
out for immortality. You nU accompany
me co uie piace oi execuuc in; ana wnon J
am dead, take my body a nd bury it by
the side of your mother." The youth
here fell on his father's neck, crying:
"Oh, my father! my father! I will die
with you! I will die with, you!" Colonel!
Ilayno, as he was loaded with irons,
could not return the embrace of his son,
and merely said to him in reply: "Live,
ray son live to honor God by a good
life, live to serve your . country, live to
take care of your brother and little
sisters." The next saorning Colonel
Hayne was conduoted to the place of
His son accompanied him. Soon as
they came in sight of tha callows the fa
ther strengthened himself snd said: "Now
my son, snowyourseit a man! That tree
is tne Dounaary oi my mo, ana all my
life's sorrows. Beyond that the wioked
cease from troubling and the weary are at
rest Don't lay too much at heart our
separation; it will be buit short To-day
die; and you, my son, though but young,
must shortly follow me." Yes, my father'
il a. 1 . 1 a
replied the broken-hoarted youth, "I
hhall shortly follow you. For indeed,
feel that 1 can t live long. And his
melancholy anticipation was fulfilled in a
manner more dreadtul than is implied in
mere extinction of life. On Booing hi
futher in the hands of the executioner,
and then struggling in the halter, ho
stood like one transfixed and motionless
with horror, lill then he had wept in
cessantly; but soon as he saw that sight
tne iountains ot nis wars were stauoohed,
and he never wept more. He died insane;
and in his last moments often culled upon
his father in torms that brought tears
from the hardest heart
An Hour Glass Used in a Chuaoh.
sand glasi for marking the time having
been seen in tne Jisla Wished Churoh of
pariah, near Jrertb, a gentleman resid
ing near -nnaee sent to me otaTgyman
roquestinR particulars about it. and
received in reply the following account
lie purposes ana uses: "Uur sand
glass is a relio of antiquity. There used
be one in every church in the olden
time. Their use was to regulate tho
length of the long-winded orations with
which the ministers of thoso days wore
wont to favor their hearers. WatcheB
were not so common then as now; and, as
the sermons were not written, the preach
ers, when once set a going, did not
know when to stop without some seasona
ble monition. With a view to this, a
sand-glass was erected on a stand in front
the precentor's desk, so as to be seen
both by minister and DeoDle. When tha
sand ran out, the precentor, whose duty
was to attend to it, held it up in front
the minister, to let him gnow how the
ume was passing.
New Answers to Old OirEHTmva
"Thomas, what is the equator? "
"Why, sir, it is the horizontal pole
running perpendicular through the imag
inations of astronomers and old geog
'Tin tnlrft tt-.m nnr- 1 1ir?llf
K v JUU1 Beat, XUU1UUH. M 11I1H 111,
what do you mean by an eclipse?"
"An old raoe horse, sir."
"Silenoel Jack, what is an eclipse?"
"An eclipse is a thine as SDnears whAn
tho moon gets off and runs airm the Bun
consequently the sun blackens the moon's
Cranddkrry Pddding. Boil one pint
and a half of cranberries cleared nf tha
stalks in four ounces of sugar and water,
until they are broken and form a kind of
jam; make up a large ball of it; cover it
well with rice washed clean and dry; then
round each fold a floured piece of cloth,
whioh tie as for dumplings. Boil them
one hour; eift sugar over when served,
and butter in a boat ''
HARRISON t COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLKBY, oor
ner of fifth and Western-row. Photoiranhs
Melainotrnea and Ambrotvaea tliw fi,
elsewhere in the. city. .Oil Colored PhotograDha
maae oi an is, rrom lite to the smallest miniature.
Pictures neatlv set in Lockets. Ru..k.
rings and Bracelet. All work warranted. '
uoio-ay a. . BLOOM, ArtUt.
IN ALIi ITS BRANCHK3, NO. 8 BAST
Fourth-street. etwA.it Mkln nrik.Hmn.. ,n..
and dnerably bond. 0. UKOPCER.
. rivvs-s i
"miEW HAM8-DAVI8'S DIAMOND
WIyrJn,t on; of meke; also, new Df M
and Beef Tongues, just received ann for sal. by
d-StCiriRGUSON, Gornw Ninth and .Vine.
r. r. cab and switch locks,
Door and Gate-Springs,
HOUSE BELL MAtERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Pitted.
The poblio are respectfully Invltal to call and eg.
amine the various patterns and prfces. All Jobbing
promptly attended to i
oeokgk McGregor, '
noaom No. IS Fifth-street, 31 ioor from Bade.
A. B. COLVIlLE,
No. 41 last Second-street, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Cincinnati, keeps every driptio "of
Counter, Plnjtform, Cattle, Railroad Depot,
Track tfoaleFt Trial-, h
Iron Wagons, oVo. '
BepMrat dona on the shortest notio. nol-in.
B. KITTREDGE & CO
1134 MAIN STREET, 0IM01 NATl. O.
KITREDGE It FOLSOM,
5 St. Oharloa street, Hew Orleans, Ita
Importer efflana oV Bportlnar Aptaratns,
amp p.lhi in ecu r6D.
H. CAMPBELL fit CO.,
MANUBACTURKRS OF BAS,, BMT
and Bollorlron, Plow Slabs, Hailro, spikes
uaa ujuorirou, now ijlaba, U.iro.vy pike
iu. aieo, n retire tor tne sule or 1 ronton SM Nails
WUWiaUMin.. sil.. to sT u iw. a .1. -"
14 W.nut Ut -:
Qjjj0 " " vwvU U..V viirvnM !
yAll Ma U Iron wwle f order. (&
tluKANBR OF SINKS AND VAULTt
.k J?u, W HI Kfbtroei, between Vine and Mace, li
the JHudical OolluKo, Cincinnati, Ohio, fereuoa who
muy lavor li i m wi t b their patrouuge.can rely pu uc
tnality and low prices. pl-iiy
Money! ITIouey! ITloney!
Removed from 3d West 8Uta-atrol,
11 ONE Y LOANED ON WATCHES, JiCW
-Lt-aLSLiKr sua all itlmlH of Merchandise, at low
rates ot intereiit, at No. I7J Vine-strenl, btwon
Fourth and FlltU.
P H I LAPELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. BlU F1FTH-8TBKET, SOUTH BIDE,
(Near the corner of Vine,)
V. 1.. VIOKKRS, Proprietor. "
Oysirs and Onnie served in all styles. Meals at all
WITCH & JBWELliV JlOUSfi
16 West Fourth Street
When oan be had every article appertaining to to,
Bnslnoss at a much lea price, for CASH, that
has ever before been offered lo this market.
QIVE US A CALL
JBWEIiEU, . .
No. UH M, Jt . Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betustu
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
good assortment of HI LVK B and PLATKD WAK1
HPKOTAOLS, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Hpecial Attention given to Gleaning and Hepairlni
Watches and Jewelry. mylO
IlEGGS it SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
ARB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TC
their larva ajtmrtmAiifc Af u'.rv.
Silverware and Diamonds.
A Sne assortment of Plated Tua tutm v-nn.
od Opera Olasses. "
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DK. SAIfl'L S1XSI!J
SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THE SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES 0?
ni.miin, ana sncn Uororjlo complaints as maylx
benefitted by the Hygyenlo and Atmopatbio system
Vapor, Bnlphnr, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tor.
onssian ana Blectro-Ohemical Baths, a Dls
peimary of Medicine, and every manner of Electric
NO. S7 WEST 8EVBMTH-8TBEKT,
R. S. NEWTON, M, D.
OtBoe, 80 Weit Seventh Street,
HTWMH AM 1A0I.
H!rND-.?! ee' 8T""h 'feet, between Vine
WM. M. HUNTER,
no ; a6 V.lnp.streel.
(Snooeiisor to Knowlton A Taft.)
Sti West Fourth Wt., bet. Walnut eV Vlua
p24 CINCINNATI, OHIO.
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
At lfUt 111-t what h t.mAt,. k i .
The Uterine WUir Is warranted to enre all dls
w"".ii?f.i, vJf,"M ,n; Ipllammation of the
..,, uuuni, me uvanes, and the Urethra.
Prulaesus or Ka hi of n,o w,,k'n.r.
ation, Chlorosis , AinenorrheirinMt, a pirf.ct en
?hrif!lnieKl,i,y th,T of Srom o to Dottles
2H6.B1JlWf ""yaUease whatever of the C
and Urinary Organs, of male or remale, no
matter of how long standing:. Price il nr uXtiia
Madame iKLLlsaiu pafucila, atinSnh,;
rofStr0' th4 T" P"minea?I?rn.t
"To TUK PuHMOAunvio T..n.. ... n.
the underlined, are not in tbe habit of glviiii
Elixir "we chrTiirL,""l??"t'r'n
sntfertng from Fi.e' Disease." of an, ISuflfZ
purely vegetable, and In no case can do injury; w"
U. all try, and our word for it, you will lind' !.
F. n. Hit.r. rir, ,.u.
aopn "Oorneror mh and Raoefri ets."
uam -Iiliis-S SPANISH EtMU-
LATINO OOUOH AND i.ivrn si;?i -
without fall, eaiim in ihZ iT" r.
' Si. Teatbing,. Headache, Flatn encr. Heart.
booiM, urlping Pains of the Bowels. Diillnt
?fj"r. Inactivity, Los. of Appetite, and i, ffi
Menstruation it is a certaiu cure, an'l sin a
t"m SiSvS S?!. ,In ",njr f h bo'v.'dl.SiS':
w in give relief in twenty minutes, and a nnrmi
""p'"'0 ch,e,lP tStSnS? jorson-can get tV
Fourth and Walnutj BUIRBj EOKSTeYn
corner Vine and Fourth: J0N DIOKSoif, oortS
m.ittn aUS 8lx,h! iP BEINLBI N, cornw'S
ElghUand Kreeman. Also, EDWARD 80ANLAN
KrWtf fa05ro.fa?,lB nd Jfoftoiand Madame
BI'LIS-VVest Sixth-street. sepw-ay
J. J. BUTLEfi'S
Excelsior Fluid inks.
Manufactory, as VIn fit. M
Holiday Gifts, &o.
VVE INVITE ATTENTION TO THE
OO0D9, which we have just reoelved for the Moll.
J?!"1 Jewo1 Oa'ketsTBo
hemtan OaskoM, Pearl Oard Oases, Bohemian Boxes
Porte-monnales, Bohemian' PnS hoxZfelSl
Brushes, Ac. For sale at very low prices. '
. ALBERT R088, Druggist, :1
el3 8. W. cor. High th-st. and Westorn 'row. "
CONSTABLE'S SALE. By irtu. of an
IVr.4Xv!?.iol,,u,J0, directed, I will sell, on SAT
?EWj'h' 7th day of January, lew, at 10 o'clock
ft:,MrVith ? ""of10""' Aun-street and tbe Miami
the following goods and chattel, to-wlt
canal-boat PRINUE88, hor apparel and Ax.
taken under the water-craft law, at the unit of
A. hohwa et al. JO. DURBBLL, Oonstab le.
Diosanta 27. IBM. d ti
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
THIS EXCELLENT ARTICLE" IS FOR
salt by ALDBRT BOSH, Druggist,
delt S. W. oor. IgUUi-st. and Western-row.
THE OYSTER TI&DE.
tfSifT) FRESH CAM
I3 fjd , cove
PIUKLED Of 8TER8
rfIHE SUBSCRIBES IS NOW REOBIV
JL INQ DAILY, by the Adams tipresa, MA TN
BT'B world-renowned Baltimore .
Fresh Can, Sep aid Shell Oy iters.
lfS' ' 8WC"D
ROBERT ORR, Agent , , ; '
Vt-a ' neaos.ll West flfth-street
,G AV AGNA'S
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET.
WHB SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOEIV--
IN G dally, per Eipreift, his selendld Oysters.
Haviui completed arrangements In Baltimore, on
the moot eitentfre scale, I will at all times dnrinai
thesoiwoii be prepnrri to t'nriiish mj friends, "and
therosluf mankind," with the rnont DKMOIOUS
BIVALVES imported to the gixen Oity. Mouebnl
the very Imc Imported. Great inducements ottered
at this IniportiiiK-houae. -Order
eiollcitod and promptly fllled. Terms cash
seplBt Hole Iniit;rt;r anil I'ruprjetor.
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
Iepu, 93 8ycnniore-atreet, opposite tho
. National Thenter. i
' R.C. BOOKING, Agent.
. J'S0 Drested Fish and Game; freed and swee
uv., ueiverou ni an nours, iree oi cnarge.
J. FAllROW &
CELEBRA?ED BALTIMORE 0T6XERS,
received dilly by tbe Adms Ex- rfS, jT
press Oompany. in whole and salf csns. I J
All Oystera sold warranted frli and of
the very boit juality. J. B.OWIN08,
Agent, No. 27 fifth-street, bet. Main
N. B. The Irade auppHed on the most liberal
Day's Medal Jobber.
Manuftcturers and Dealers In
(BOTH. HAND AND POWER,) '
Anrtnl! kinds of Prlntlna Materlnla, No..
173, ITS ana m Weat Seeond-street,
jXjlSPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
If- to our MSDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months we have introduced them into four
te?P 't,'nt States of the Union, with the greatest
atlsfaction to the parties purchasing. The power is
applied to tbe center of the platen ; consequently
there li no possibility of its springing from any
amount. if pressure. The motion Is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
the form. Insuring A PERFECT IMPRESSION al
a high rate of speed.
Printers in want of the BEST JOBBER shonld
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
aininat on. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WARRANTED to give the most entire satis
r'flHE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AHD
BURGLAR PROOF BAFES. Tbey have given
more Bausiaction man auy other now ln nse. -1?.0ife.I'row",'d
of ONE THOUSAND DOT..
IjAKS to any person that can, up to the present
time, showa single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With thl HATH! -hQIU.. w.i .
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proo& or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
tw". "."S, Mtabliehmeut ,in the Union, an the
Darty fallinn Unit. t fnrfai, tv. i
of p,m. ' "
.'."J o furnish a better Safe, and at leas
Itotei manufacturer ln the United
cond-hand . Safes of other makers, also on band.
WenMMWtflillir lniHlalll.ii. .1 -
Ine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere.
1 x HALL, CARROLL A CO., .
angl2-yt Nos.lDand 17 East Oolnmbla street.
. Wi B. DODDS.
lonnerlof Hall.Dodds 4 Co.; late Drban.Dodds k Oo.
W. Jl. Dodds & Co..
! .. lUSiCMOTUBBSa or mi
Pir and Burgla r Prool
W. Comer of Vina dc Second Street.
PROOF SAFE that Is made In tbt Doited States, and
warranted perfectly free from damp, Oan be sold
lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.:
iJ7? ' 'Sr? "ortmen on hand, and are de
termined to sell at price that cannot fad tojleaseT
Old Sale .
Iii!J"i.IShlw: SIOOND-HAHD SAFES al
way on hand at extremely low pfjoe.
.l.011 hand a choice variety of luxuries for the
SKI 5bin?"tWe e"on- Something for all I La
en,n,,?1l,em.,.ni 1?,rt6 foI "d little folksrsuoh
nt5h Phii1,,J!r",tl'J"nrTt1' Pr'". Nuts, Jltron,
Ij eache, Strawberries and Pine-apples, Jellies
:fi "'A,00!: HPloed nd Pickled, Isinglass
Catawba and Ubampagne Wi
nes, Jamaica Rnm,
scotcn and Irish Whisky, Ao. Gentlemea will please
f"f,"tth"t;' choicest Haua (Jlgars are ,ote
aad at National Theater Building, Sycamore-street
MAKES AND! REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LLMB8 in a superior manner. Satisfactory
U-naiU V A. .' OSMOND. M. D..
Dentist, has removed ta i72-vin.h
to. pno1t the a.. Offlne. n- "
I LL1AM UKSJfEY. ATTnuwuv
AT LA W, Obese Buildings, Bo. 6 last Third.
r i i i
t, - ;;-w:i-girtp(fc I
Incorporated 1819. CharterPerpetnal
T Agetsey establishedln Oineinnatl In 1N!)8, an
tedatins all present local Insnranoe Companies and
Agencies in tne Insurance bosinees In this city, 'i'i
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ej
perieuce,(ntrprlm snd liberality, especially oom
mend the JETHA Insarance Oompany to.the favor
ble patronage of this oommunihr standing solitary
and alone, the sole snrvivor and living pioneer o!
Oineinnatl onderwriters of IS J3t i i - . l j
I.asaea paldlnClnolanntl dnrlag paf Five
, Veajr., 13tl,034 a.
Cash Capital S1,000,000.
lABHOLUTB AMD DHIJUfAIBICO. WITH A
SURPLUS OV 91,030.423 80,
And the prestige of tGyearssnocewandeapeiJenoe.
. 1XVXBTMBNTV OF
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
IPWAKIW OF 8rJ,000,00, KtMSES
Have been paid by the S'An Insnrauco Oompany Ic
- the iet 40 years.
Mrs and InlHitd Niivlaatlon. Bisknaocepteu
I terms counllit with suveucy and fair prollts.
Kapoolal attention fiimu to IuHnrance of Dwelling"
and Uontents, for terms of 1 to fly .
Application mad to any duly .othorlzed Agorji
idiuptly attended to. py strictattention to a legit
imate Insurance Loftiness, this tlonipiiny is enabled
10 ollor both ImlemoMy fur tho pant and secarityfo)
ilin future, 1 licMlnsuedwilliuatdolay by
JAS. U. OA iTJCK. Aneot, No. 40 Main street.
A. V. I'ATO.-i Assistant Agonc.
U. &. LIND KY, Ageul 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKA i, A6ut.r niton, 17th Ward. aut
WESTABN INSURANCE COMPAM
dmCX IN THE SECOND STORY Of
tNo. 2 Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
fills Company is taking fire, Inland ana Marine
Itisks at current rates of premium.
Losses iairly adjusted and promptly paid.
TFEchert, F Ball, BWFomeror.
William Olonn, WOWhtwher, W 0 Mann. '
Robert Mitchell, W H Oom.tock, LQK Stone,
Rubt Buchanan, 0 0 Shaw, , Quo Stall,
Wm Sollew, Hoth KvanJ, J H Taaffe,
David Qibson, H Bracbjnau, JQIsham, '
H Ulearwater, Thos K Elliott. - , .,
T. F. KOKEBT, President.
PTiiPHKW MoBgg, Secretary. nog
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, Isaac 0. Ooaplen,
James F. Cunningham, Sydney S. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joseph Beaklrt, .
Geo. W. Bishop, ' Wm. Fisher,
George B. Dixon. ' ' i .
ISAAC) 0. OOPELKN, President;
Geo. W. Oopixin, Secretary. ,
A. &f. ROSS, Surveyor. 1
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
Risks, on favorable terms. Office No. 8 Wtst Third
street, Trust Uo. Building. , nosbfm
National Insurance Co., . I
; Cincinnati, Ohio, .a- ! -, .
(Office South-west Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKEN AT CURRENT HATK8. '
John Burgoyne, E M Smith, , , Robert Moore,
Wni Bepworth, CI has L Moore, i M Fechheinier,
r X Wiedemer, ThosOng, 8 W Smith,
J L Boss. Tuoi B Biggs, Henry Ellis.
H. 0. UBNER, Seo'y.. M. BURGoVNE, Pres.
no8bfm P. A. Bpbiqman, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IS 1829.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STKEET. IN-
SURKS against Losa and Damage by Fire; also:
I'erlls of the Sea and Inland Navigation. .
!D?-.P,ar.,.weIIllleB Uolller, William Rosor.
ohn W 1,111s, JsmesLunton, ' Ohas.W Rowland,
Johu W Dudley, James A Franer, J WCanlleld,
ln 5 13 X Ttt'lur' A 8 Wluslow".
0 8 Williams, H McBirney, Bowman 0 Baker.
u, w J0H12 W- HARTWELL, President,
G. W. Whliams, Secretary; nog
FIRK AND MARINE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
w, if-w-GABBISON, President.
8. W. RKEDER, Secretary.
DiREUTOM-Henry Kessler, Anthony Fay, Wm.
Wood. J. W. Garrison, Samuel il. Taft, George W.
Townley. Smith Delta,
BnavvOBs-J. B. Lawder and David Baker. de9ay
no tuos usinojirt
8bjo4 iH aoitttonUs
iew4-wmnioa pa M0J-l9js -jofj .'j
"00 a? HaMVH 'Hl 'M
qi:10 Snniofl -uesovj juoj 'B9unDra ung !sj8u
iiuj Jopuu pua oeddu qoq fpiioi lhoPsomwji-sr t
noii fiNoais ni aa ma 'sazis 11 V
XuiQH pua SttipnijQ aiqBjjoa
flHE OUTCALT ELASTIC ME.
M. TALLIO BOOFINO" Is offered to the public
as the best and cheapest Metal Roof now need, its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steop, old or new
buildings. No solder used fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheots, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United Btates, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled
uAuuvvjitLiji a uu,
132 West Second street.
F L O "W E H S
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
or every description, which I am selling at a ml
advance on New York prices, wholesale and retail,
J. WEBB, Jr.,
no4 154 Fifth-street, bet. Race and Kiln.
1 . ..11 in
, OSaocesaortp Unaf 0o,) V , ; I ,
Mwittfactureri and Wholesale Dealri
9 INK AND PLAIN CANDIES.
40 MAIM BTBEET CIMCINBf ATI
C. W. MACKELFRE8H.
. Olaanfaotiu-ar of .
qniN. SHEET-IRON AND ZINC WARE,
AL Baking and Beldlltz Fowcer Box -a. Tin Speak'
lug Tube, KoodDS, and Dealers in bteves. No. 204
Fifth-street, Wnelnnatl, Ohio. '
MT All kind, tt Job Work promptly attended to.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING REFIT
TED tho SALOON Id the Bnquirer
nnuaing, are now prepare to mrnish
heir friend, with the best Imported
Wines, tilquora anil Uigars. ,.
wr Baltimore BUoll Oysters served In
every scyiew ' -
tleVam , A8TW00D A HAROKNT.
OLIDAY OOODS. W .haye Jo r.
ceiveda large supply of new Fruits, such as
tierrle. and Strawberries, assorted Jellies andJams.
Preserved Fruits. In endless variety; delicate Old
Port, Sherry, Madeitaand Champagne Wines, form-
i. .num. xi mil i m i-niinnMii .ninn. muu -
inn me largest ana most complete assortment of
good tbing. " ever offered la the city before. For
sale, wholesale and retail, by
. . : A. Mcdonald a oo.,
"pi. manu Draocn ntorez.v nan sonrm-ei.
H. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
and nnnNui,nit at lawuii m ......
Commissioner of the Superior and Common Plea
Coort. Bank Building, north west corner of Main
nd Tulrd-at eta . i ' , woe
TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
B. ALLIHON. Snsflrin-nil.nt
a4riahof al li lad. Itl V-edimif
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
Tha Shorteat ttont between Cincinnati
vie ir.n , i'M.al Chlonsjo.." .. ' .
Three PassentterTrslnaleaTeOlnobinatl dally, from '
the foot of Will and Front etreeto. "
11:30 A. III. Chicago Mail arrive at Indianapolis
at 12; W P, M Chicago at 1U:30 1'. hi. This train .
connect with all night trains ont of Chicago lor '
the West; andi JSorth-weat; connects al 'Indianapo
lis witlt traina for Terns-Haute alto with Pel d
trains, for 1'eru, Logansport, Fori Wayne and T-.-' 1
il'Ai45 P. M.-Torr Haute and LayfKyette Ap. '
obminouatlon arrives at Judlanapolis at 0:16 P.M.,
ntaking direct oohnectlons at Indianapolis with La. '
liyeJtetrainsforlcatnir.SprinKneld.ifaple, (Jolu. ,;i
oy Hannibal and St. 'Joseph. . . ,,
7 P. M.'r-Chicago Expreas arrives at Indianapolis -at
12:16 A.M., making close connections at Chicago -with
all morning trams out of Cblcago.
Sleeping car are attached to all the night train. .
oh this line, and ran through to Chicago without
change of cars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western '
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangement
with all connecting roads throughout the entire
West, gnarantoei nnusnal care and t he amplest as- .
oommodatlons to tbe patrons of this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line I used
when necessary, tu govern the movement ot trains,
and Lougbriuge's celebrated Patent Brakes, ate at- '
(ached to all pnnsenger trains, by which they canbe
perfectly controlled; besides all thootbe'r modern iin
laovemuute noceaaary for I he comfort and safety ot
inesengor, the mtaagen of this road hare liberally
puivided. t . . .. . m,i . , ,
:rfniokliig-car 91 this line.
isKsrHosureyonkreiu the right ticket offloe before .
yon purchase your tlcVtts, and ask for tioket via .'
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
I Fare the sam a by any otber route. Baggage
i THROUGH TIOkKTS, gooJ nntll need, oan be ob
tained at the licklt offloea, at Spencer Honse Corner
north-west oorntr Broadway and Front; l o. 1 Bnr
net House Oornsri at the Walnut-street House, and
at Depot offlco, toci or Mill, on Front street, wh,ir
nl I necessary In (a ruiatlui may be bad.
Omnibuseam to and from each train, and w'
call for passengeM at all hoteli and all part oi tt
city, by WlngaJdress at elt r offloe. '
I ,. r . v , W, H. Ii, NOBLB,
. Qeaerai Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
SIXDAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
Sixth-street Depot. , .1 ,
Train run through to Cleveland Sandusky, To
ledo and Indianapolis without ohange of cars.
Through Tioket for aU Kaatern, Western, North,
em and North-western cities.
tt A. 91. EXPKEHM TKAIN For Hamilton,
Richmond, Indianapolis, Latayette, Cblcago, and all
Western Cities. Connects at Richmond with C. and
0. Head far Logans port; also connect at Hamilton
for Oxtord, Ac. . . i .,
7t!10 A. IK. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes,
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago tbe
name evening. Also connects at Urban rog Oo
LUHBUs; at Kellefontaine with B. and I. It. R., Kast .
and West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad East and West: at Clyde with
Ckivciand and Toledo Railroad trains for Clevelaud
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
chester and Huncie. .
10 A. M. KXPBES TKAIN For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, Now
York, and all Eastern cities. Also connects at Croat
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
.3i4U P. 11. TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond
Indianapolis, Terre Haute and Saint Louis;
Heels at Hamilton for Oxford, Ao. ..'
3:30 P. 1U. TRAIN For Dayton, Bprlngfleld,
Dellefontaine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
nl points in Canada. Connects at Dellefontaine with
ii. and I. R. U East and West.
, lltSO P. M. EXPR Ran TRAIN Tor Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern citiesj Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
aud all Eastern cities. '
HtTChe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M.,leavesdaily cxrxpr Satubusys. Allolhor
trains leave daily kxokpt Subdays;
For further Information and Tickets, apply at th
Ticket office. north-east corner Front and Broad,
way; No. 16 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; al
I he new Ticket Office, on the west side of Viue-street,
lietweenlPostoifico and Burnet House-, at tho Walnut'
street House, or at the Sixth -street Depot.
noU i . P. MoI.ARBM. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
PIRST TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT 10
- A. M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland:
via Columbus, Steubenville and Pittsburg; via
Colnmbns, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Oolnin.
bus and Bellalr (WheellBS). Alio, for SprlnRtield.
This tram stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
SECOND TBAIN-Coltimbus Accommodation
ftt4!4(ltf. M. This train stops at all stations be
I ween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati ani
THIRD TRAIN Night Express at lli.'IO P.
-1 wuudvw ija wiuiuuui aou seuair ( w neeiingjx
via Columbus. Crestline and Pitubnrg; via Oolum
bus Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Thi Train tona at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. BLKEPIKOCARS ON THIS TRAIN.
terThe Day Express runs through w Cleveland,
W heeling and Pittsburg, via titeubemille, without
change ot cars. . .
The NIGHT BX PRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at. 11:30 P. M., rnns daily, except SATURDAYS.
1'be other Trains rnn dally, except SUNDAYS.
For all information, and Throngh Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltim-ire, Washing,
ton. Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the CfHces, Walunt Street House, Mo. 4 Bur.
nut House, south-east corner of Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which I aeven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
... , J. DDBAND. Bnp't.
..mu$n2e!9?IorM,Der b l""lng direction
at the Ticket Office. no 14
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF OARS.
One Train for Eransvilie at 7:30 P. M.
The TrainB connect at St. Louis for all points ln
Kaunas and Kebraska, Hannibal, Quincy aud Keo
kuk; at St. Lonis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlcksburg,
Xiatchei and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:3o P. M. -
Rctdbniio Fast Line-Leaves East St. Idols.
SatuYfo'lspM' " 6:fAr - ving at Cindn. -
Eirnxes TaiiN-Leaye EastSt, Louis dally at 4:00
P. M., arriving atCinclnnatraTSM A.M. -i
FOR THROUGH TICKETS '
TmM I?,n We,t Ld South, please apply at the
offices, Walnut-stree t Huua, between dixtb and -Sevenh-strpehi,JI,
l Butaei' Bouse, comer offloa ,
narth-wesceonie of Front-and Broadway, Spencer
Bouse Office, and at tho Depot, corner Front andMlll. i
I'reebJ;. W. H. CLEMENT, den'l. SuperinteSdent. J
Omnibuses call for passengers. oc
Cincinnati, Richmond &
tofe Rpte for
r r ariYira
S J Hi
. .. VHA
HIM! 1 I U pIRI
1 u Peru: '
. ,i rsijr flu in... .r-:.7-r ' - ' '
eonneottonsfor allother W tern and North.w-Y.v2 . .
ints. Xhl. Train also connects at Rlohmond with
acinaatl and Chicago Rc.ads,forAnd.ion,ioko: P
o, Lonnsport, anTaU point on Wabesa Vajlrf
1:40 P. M TNTITAMAHnf llS mtlilinn a MJ' '
LOUISNIGHT KX PHIf hV.V.,.
olo oouuectlonsst Indianapolis, Lafayotteand Obi. h.. .
iiwuiiur xerrejaauie, opringusif, ttooa , ,
land, Oalosburg. Kenosha, LaUrosse, Jacksonville.
UanviUe, Burlington, Milwaukee, MattoonaNaBles!
r vw.wv,, .an. ii. uu vuivm, I.U). ITeOna.
Onnleith, Racine, Decatur, Bloom Ingtou, Joilet. 1 . .
MTThroaah Tlskeis srlvea and Kb
For furtherlnfortnatlon ana Threngb Tickets s.
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east oorner ot Fiont aad
TT ' t,S'"Mr ."whiiw sonrsn; at
, ' . K. MORROW, nntier;tendont.
Omnibuses will call for duhi, ... i.in ...
. at either of th Tioket Off .
n.a. eatxtit ageul.
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