[From the New York Home Journal.]
THE PURE-FALSE LOVE.
BY H. L. FALSE.
'HI. hnnnr roatad 1b dleboaor stands?
And faith unfelihful keeps him falsely lro.
Mr friend a friend that' rtrly , .
A Ban wltk a dangerous dep tb of lieart.
For If ever love nestles down to the bottom,
It. wings are clipped, It depart.
With a regal mind ud regal jonl,
jnr rri.ua, jor years, ox """""i
AtOVjng WMM 10V. IS a will, w uv uiu,
Loving where Ion m a grie
light year bank ha cap. from college.
Hurried to ma though tbe alilh t waa 1
Bald he bad lered for n
And that the morrow
had lared for live brlzht rears.
And that the morrow would settle his rata.
ami I. not doubitna KIT friend would wln-
Wbat girl could rafuaa auob a man aa be?
Gave him mr hand, wltb Iba heart In tba palm,
And bowed for seat at hia table for ma,
Drearily, drearily, reined the rein
Ae I aat by the Bra reading my book.
The door waa opened, my friend came In,
A dire apocalypse shone in bis look.
Writhed a tortured entile on bia lips
Bloodily, clammy, and tonohed with foam
And all the horror ol all the earth
Seemed to bare mad bia boa their home.
Married ehe waa, a week before;
Me told me tbe tale, ud away fa went,
To bury hll heart. If that might be, ,
In tbe far-off lande of the Orient.
Scarce a year gone, and beok he wa.'
I looked in hie face and eaw the pain
Of one who wreatlee wltb great despair,-.
Aod battles with deadly sin in tela. '
Noble la be In all bla life,' - ' ." " ' ' '
Bare In tbe lore begtres and receive.
Hit heart hae clouded hia royal mind:
That their lorn are pure he Urmly believes.
Tor lore, like firs, be madly say,
Purines all It dwella wilbin,
Llgbting thadarkneaa of tbe shame,
And burning the stain from oat the iln.
And eo be pritys (bat he may die.
Ere time or change can mar bla lore,
LlTlng aa faithful to hia sin ' ' '
As angels do the Oodabor. i'
Sate him, 0 LordI from hie false, true heart,
Dear, I know, be) ie to thee,
Though wrapped In Inptirity.dresmlDgltpure,
And sinfully virtaons, bending tbe knee.
Great Force of Gunpowder.
The removal of the ruins in old St
Paul's, in London, formed an instructive
chapter in architecture. We learn from
the "Life of Wren'-' that the walls, eighty
wViaI vAarAttr1 irtii1a an1 fit a font, f Vi nV
IVVll pVl VUUIUUJ(Ua fMl AA f AWVW aau.W4w
and the tower, at least two hundred feet
higb, tnougn cracked, ana swayed, ana
tottering, stuok obstinately together, and
their removal, stone by stone, was found
tedious and dangerous. At first, men
with picks and levers loosened the stones
above, and then canted them over, and
laborers moved them away below, and
piled them into heaps. . The want of room
(for between the walls of the church and
those of the houses, there lay a street
only some thirty yards wide,) made this
way slow and unsafe. Several men lost
their lives, and the piles of stone grew steep
and large. Thus, however, Sir Christo
pher Wren proceeded, gaining every day
more room, sin ne came w me miaoie
tower that bore the steeple. The re
mains of the tower being nearly two
hundred feet high, the loborcrs were
afraid to work above; thereupon he con
cluded to facilitate this work by tbe use
of gunpowder. He dug a hole down by
the northwest pillar of the tower, the four
pillars of whion were each about fourteen
feet diameter. When he had dug to the
foundation, he then, with crows and tools
brought on purpose wrought a hole two
feet equare,.nara into the center of the
pillar, There he placed a little tin box,
containing eighteen pounds of powder,
and no more. A bane was fixed to the
box with a quiok match, as gunners call
it, within the case, which reached' from
the box to the ground above; and along
the ground was laid the train of powder
with a match. ' After, the mine was
carefully closed up again with stone and
mortar to the top of the ground. He then
observed the offeot of the blow. This
little quantity of powdor not only lifted
up the whole angle of the tower, with
two great arches which rested upon it,
but also two adjoining arches of the
aisles and all above them. And this it
seemed to do somewhat leisurely, oraok
ing the walls to tho top, lifting visibly
the whole weight above nine inohes,
which suddenly jumping down, made a
heap of ruins in the place without scat
tering. It was half a minute beforo the
heap opened in two or three places, and
emitted smoke. , By this description may
be observed the incredible force of pow
der, eighteen pounds of which lifted up
three thousand tuns, and saved the work
of a thousand laborers. The fall of so
treat a weight from a bight of two
undred feet, gave a oonoussion to the
ground that tho inhabitants took for an
earthquake. During Wren's absence,
his superintendents made a large hole,
put in a greater charge of gunpowder,
and neglected to fortify the mouth of the
mine, applied the match. The explosion
accomplished the object; but one stone
was displaced with such violence, that it
flew to the opposite side of the church
yard, smashed in a window where some
women were sitting, and alarmed the
whole neighborhood so much, that they
united in petitioning that no more pow
der should be used.
Labor Indefatigable to Gbnics. Tit
tian was an indefatigable worker. His
celebrated ''Pietro Martyre" was eight
yoarsin hand, and his "Last Supper"
seven. In his letter to Charles V, he
said, "I send your majesty the 'Last Sap
per, "after working almost daily at it for
seven years. Few think of the patient
labor and long training involved in the
greatest works of the artist They seem
ay and quickley accomplished, yet
with bow great difficulty has this ease
been acquired. "You charge me fifty
sequins," said the Venetian nobleman to
the soulptor, "for a bust that cost you only
ten dys labor." "Yon forget said the
artist, "that I have been thirty years
learning to make that bust in ten days."
Once, when Domenichino was blamed for
his slowness in finishing a pioture which
was bespoken, he made answer. "I am
continually painting it within myself."
It was eminently characteristic of the
industry of the late Sir Augustus Call
cott, that he made not fewer than forty
separate sketohas in the composition of
ins tamous pioture "tfoonester. . This
constant repetition is one of the main
conditions of success in art, as in life
The Infldencbof Oik on an Editor
An editor had a bottle of London Dook
Gin presented to him, and after drinking
the whole of it, he wrote a notice on the
article. Here is what he wrote: l .
" Here's to the ladies and other branches
of business (bio) in and around town
aed especially the Messident's Pressage,
.MoniriKton Washument, eta, all ot which
may be had oheap at the Buck (bio J
Drook Brook and Duok store of old
London Dook Gin, for t'2 a year if pay
went (hio) is dolayed until the end of the
A Beautiful but Unhappy Actress.
When Mademoiselle Mars, the oolo
Irated French aotross, whose beauty and
a-v an iii a want ai nttiin o1m!iAf) h Tnv.
KVMauv " vav BW aUUVU ejaru IUA1 j J Ai PV
loon I, was growing old; though she pos
sessed money, diamonds, borsos, carri
ages, &o., and a hotel in Paris, besides
tivo or three country houses; though her
suoon was tne most popular ot , ail in
Paris, though every distinguished person
in Europe had reoognized her superiority,
Onrl amWaBVW Artfl ' ft 1 FVl -v rr4 la A ! nlj4 Arl . lea
nuuv SlViJ VUV iULUvDV UOA1 TlOIUCUi 1U
bank notes and rich presents, to her faci-
nauops, sne was, neverueiess, tne un
happiest Woman in France, beoause, as an
actress, people were ' tired of nor. me
witty Eueene de; Mireoourt sivos an ac
count of her pleading with the manager of
toe fTanous to be allowed to appear a
little longer, and her grief at finding her
name in the "attaches only two or three
times a week. "Am I, then, no more on
actress," said unhappy Mars, "have I not
iny voioe as always? Are not my arms
beautiful, and do not my eyos shine as in
old times?" Poor woman liko Mrs. Sid-
dons, her only pleasure was dressing for
the soene and her dearest menas were
the dazzling footlights. It was, indeed,
hard to forego them. But one night some
heartless person threw an "immortelle
the wreath which the Frenoh hang npon
tombs on the stage, and it fell, as in
tended, directly at tne feet of the actress,
whose professional ardor had outlived her
beauty. She fled from tbe stage, mortified
and horror-stuck, bearing the wreath with
her. The harsh lesson was not lost upon
her sensitive nature.. "Ah! these canaille
of PariBianBl"was her observation, and she
sadly resigned to the abandonment of the
dressing-room, whose gold and silver
toilet set, miraculous appointment, &c,
were the marvel ot rans, and never en
tered a theater again.
Looking fob a Coenbr in thb Dark.
James P , or as he is familiarly
known among his host of friends, Jim, is
moreover generous, noble-hearted, and
possessed of more genuine courage than
usually falls to the lot of man. Tha fol
lowing is his relation of a night's adven
ture: One morning we met him in the street,
looking rather melanoholy, when he said:
" Yesterday l leu a little bad, and
mark you, I wont and took a small drink;
and that not improving my feeling, I took
another and another, dont you observe,
and finally I got a little tight. In the
evening i went into tne country with a
friend, mark you, and thinking I would
cool off, I took several more drinks when
1 got there, don't you observo; yet, strange
to say, the more I drank the tighter I got
until 1 went to bed. During the night I
awoke, don't you observe, and I couldn't
imagine where tho mischief I was, mark
ou. The room was as dark as J&gypt 1
card the clook strike two in some part
of the house, mark you. I became very
anxious to learn my whereabouts, don i
you observe, and for that purpose aroee
trom my bed, mark you, and alter stumb
ling over about a dozen of ohairs, don't
you observe, I came to a table.
"iNow, mark you, l roileotod that tbe
generality of apartments are a perfect or
an ablong squaro. don't you observo, and,
moreover, that the generality of tables
are square; and I deduced from this, mark
fou, that by leeling along the table until
came to a corner, I could got off at right
angles and roach a cornor of the room,
and by thet guide by the wall to a door or
window, don t you observe. Following
out this idea, mark you, I began carefully
to feel along the edge ot the aforosaid
table, and finally gaining confidence, I
went a little faster; the idoa struck me
that it was a blamed long table, that I
could not get to a cornor, don't you ob
serve; yet I persevered, and finally day
broke, and when sufficient light pene
trated the apartment I saw, mark you.
that l had been tallowing a blamed round
tablo all night, looking for a corner, don't
you observe." ' .
Singular Verification of a Dkeam.
The English papers report the proceed
ings ot an inquest held at Sheffield on the
body of Mr. Chas. Holmes, button manu-
tacturer, dough House Lane, who had
boen found drowned in the Lead Mill
Dams, in that town. Deceased left his
home on Saturday night, in company
with his wife. They walked through the
town togother, and about nine o'olook, he
said to her, "I m coins to leave thee here.
Fanny." She said, "Are you?" and he
replied, "Yes, I want to see an old friend
who is going to Birmingham on Monday,
and he is to be here." She said to him,
"Well, Charlie, don't stop long, beoause I
do feel queer about that dream;" and he
replied, "Oh, don't say that, I'll just have
a glass, and then oome home. Go and
get the supper ready, and I'll come di
rectly. She then left him.
When he got into, the house, he was
invited to drink with his friend, but he
exhibited some reluotanoe, saying that on
the night before his wife had dreamed
that she saw him dead in a public house.
and that she had dreamed a similar dreem
about a week before. Unfortunately,
however, he yielded to the temptation,
got drunk, and did not leave the publio
house till after twelve. He was accom
panied part of the way home by his friend,
and was never afterward seen alive.
Near his house are the Lead Mill Dams,
and. in consequence of his not roturnine
home, his wife felt oonvinced that he had
fallen in and got drowned. A searoh
was made, and on Monday morning his
uuuj wan xuunu in tne water.
Axothbr Infernal Maohinh in Frami.
The village of Villemomble. near Soeaux.
nas Deen tnrown into a state or alarm bv
the discovery that some evil-disposed per
son nao. attempea to injure several of the
inhabitants by a kind of infernal ma
chine. A person named Lecompte, when
closing his shatters two evenings ago,
found a pieoe of wood on the winaowsill,
whioh his wife immediately put into the
stove. A few minutes afterwards a vio
lent explosion took place, bv whioh tha
stove was blown to pieces, and the fire
scattered all over the room. The fact
was soon known throughout the village,
and one man pn learning it recollected
that he had found a small log near his
own door, and had laid it beside the stove
ready to burn. He hastened homo, and
discovered that the prise of wood had
just been put in the stove. He cot it out as
speedily as possible, and on examination it
was lound that a large bole bad been bored
in it, partially filled with gunpowder, and
then plugged with wood, so as to 'be
scarcely perceptible. A third log, simil
arly charged, was also found at anethor
house. The polioe are ongaged in dis
covering the perpetrator of these acts.
Woman's Knowledge of Women. An
exchange says: "Don't make up your
mind about any creature in a beit-ribbon
and velvet rosettes; without first asking
your sisters advice. . Depend upon it, one
woman .oari sread another better in five
minutes than you can in five years." This
is simply absurd, and musk have been
written by a recluse. Men obtain an in
sight into feminine natures in. a minute
that the sex themselves could never un
Jobn Smith in a Tbkatke A wag
called aloud in tne pit ot the urury .Lane
l heater: "Mr. smith your nouse is on
fire; whereupon a hundred and twenty
five Smiths arose; and when he oontin-
uod, "It is Mr. John Smith's house," ten
sat down leaving a preponderance of a
a hundred and fifteen Johns in a not
amount of ono hundred and twenty-five
smiths. 1 .
i. Excellent Reason for Lbavino a Sit
uation. "Going to leave Mary?". "Yes.
mum; I find! 1 am very discontented.
"If there is anvthine I can' do to make
you more comfortable, let me know."
"No mum its impossible. Yon can't
alter your hgger, to my rigger no mor n i
can. i our dresses wont fit. me, and. I
oan't appear on Sunday as I used 'at my
last plaoe, where' missus's' clothes fitted
me'xactly." ., ',
An Orcuiatort Stanza! This stanza
on kissing sums up the pleasures of that
delightlful titillation of tbe labial nerves
in the following strong and comprehensive
comparison:' 1 " ,J '
"Strawberries and cream, whtn 'tie hot,
al ay Induce us to stay and not rore,
But plums, rosea, cream and berries are not '
Like a kiss from the girl that 1 love."
HARRISON & COLLINS'
C CENTRAL BEX-HIVE GALLERY, oor
J iter of Fifth and Western -row. Photographs,
Melalnotynes and Ambrotynea taken cbeaner than
elsewhere In the city. Oil Colored Photographs
maae 01 an sixes, ironi tne to tne smallest miniature.
Pictures neatly set in Lockets, fire&st-plns, Finger
rings and Bracelets. All work warranted.
noUVay A. 8. BLOOM. Artist.
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With this BAFH we ohallenie all competition, aa
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ledatlng all wreaent local InauranoeOomparjiea and
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jwiswankoi auiy nere, eomoinea witn weei(n,ex'
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and alone, the sole surrltor and liylag pioneer of
vuuusuu woerwruers 01 lCRta..
Leaaai ejd let Clnctaaatl darlajg ml FIT
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SURPLUS OF f 1,030,423 80.
Over $100,000 In Ohio Secnrities.
VPWASM OF $13,000,000, LOSSES
Hare beea paid by the iKta a Iostuanee Qompaoy la
e past 4(1 yean.
Fir mai Inlaa
n ri Naiwlarsil
d Navlamtlaa.-'-Biiki aoceaud
at terms oonalatent with aolvenoy and- fair profita.
special attention gtren to Insnrance of DweUlngl
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Application made to any duly .othorlaed Agm$
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to otter both Indemnity for tba past and jeonrity for
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ab. B..UABTJCB, Agent, No. 40 Ualn stnei. '
A. F. PATCH, Assistant Agent. - . -
H. K. LINCHCr, Agent 171 VfneatreaA, . '
J.t. HOOB.AB, Agent. J"nltoa. 17th Ward. Swt
WESTERN INSURANCE OOHPANI
OP CINCINNATI. '
OFFICE IN THE SECOND ST0R7 07
Mo. 2 Front-street, between Main and flfwmnra
Thla Company Is taking Fire, Inland and Marine
Bisks at current rates of premium.
uvwmiBiriy aojnaiea ana prompt peia.
TVKckert, F Ball, ' SWPomeror.
wuiiam uienn, - w u wniuner, w O Menu.
Robert Mitchell, W H Oomatock, LSI Stone,
Wm Bellew, Beth Kyans, JHTaaffe,
DaTldQtbson, H Braobman, JQbham.
H Ulearwater, Thos B Kliiott.
T. F. KUKKBT, President.
Stphw Moast, Secretary. nog
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
. . OP CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DIBI0T0B8: ' J '
William Wood. . Isaao 0. Oopelen,
James F. Onoaingham, Sydney 8. Clark, .
Andrew Xrkenbrecher, Joseph BeakirL ,
fleo. W. Bishop, Wm. Usher. '
' George B, Dixon. V
ISAAO U. COPELKN, Presidents
Q 10. W. CoruiK, Secretary.
A. If. BOSS, Burreyor.
Is arenared to lasne Policies on Fire and Marina
Bisks, on faTorable terms. Office No. 1 West Third.
Street, Trust Co. Building. noSbfm
National Insurance Co.,
. Clnolnaatl, Ohio, ' '
(Office Sonth-west Oor. Main and Front-streeU.)
Marino, Inland Transportation and
' i rue xuiei
TAKEN AT CVRKBNT RATES.
John Burgoyne, X II Smith, Bobert Moore,
Wm Hepwortb, ChaaL Moore, M Feohheimer, "
r X Wledemer, Thos Ong. 8 W Smith, .
J L Boss. Thos B Biggi, Henry Ellis.
m. u. ujuia.it, ceo y. jjsu. ciiKUUiniv.l'res.
noSbfm P. A. Bpbiqbah, Bnneyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1828.
OFFICE NO. 4 FBONT-STBEET. IN-
80BES against Loss and Damage by Tire; alto:
Perila of the Sea and Inland Nayigation.
. DIBBOTOBS: ' "
,lno.W Rartwall. Allen rinlller. William lUanr.
John W Kills, James Lnpton, Chas. W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Fraser, J W Canfleld,
f ft, .1' 1 - n u . wm . an " . .
' i nwuivw. n n rr xayior, ao winsiow, '
0 S Williams, H McBirney, Bowman 0 Baser.
wast w. nuiKiUi, t-resiaent,
CL W.Wjuumi, Secretary. nog
FIRE AND MARINE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
, , J. W. QABB1S0N, Prttldeat,
B. W. BBEDKB, SecreUry.
Diacrrroaa Henrv KMilAr. Anhnn w. v.
Wood. J. W. Garrison, Samuel H. Taft, George W.
Townley. Smith Belts. .
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and looked for In rain, the Uterine Kliilr.
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Madame KLLIS calls particular attention to the
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gists of Cincinnati.
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our name to Patent Medicines; batknowing well tha
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y to all try, and onr word for it, yon will And re
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aeplT . "Oornerof FlfthandBaoe-strtats,"
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2,NA ? 7 D. HltL, Druggist, coraw
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BlgbU and Freeman. Also, KDWABD BOA M LAN
4 'OQ-j corner of Main and Fourth; and Madame
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from the Terr thickest to the very finest fabric made,
and uses all kinds of thread.from No. g to 200.
Na all la UHd ss lepsf the Machine.
Bend for a clroular, or call and tee It In operation.
b. secured. , . ,
An eaergetls person can make a fortune In a ihort
Urn. AgenU wanted in all untold territory.
8c le aud axolnrlTe agent for tb United Bute,
sepufmt 08 West Fonrth-rtreet. Cincinnati.
, Wi- B. DOS PS,
W. II. Dod1 tV Co.,
. luaTfAotoaaa ot '
Fir and . Burglar Vwoot
m j3l 2p xa a t
8. W. Corner of fine Second 8treU.
This I the most" reliable MM AwD BniUir.A
PBOCr BAFB that Is made tn tbe Oalted States, sod
Is warraated perfectly free front daatp. Oan be sold
at lower prices, and I of batter workmanship thaa
oan be found elMwher.
Ws bare a large aatortment on hand, and are 4.
Take la aaxhange. CO0BD-HABD IAFB al
way oa hand at eKttejnely low prices. rjt
NEW YOEK HOME j INSURANCE
COMPANT" AOBNOT, Newport. Kr.-For
rillole sgalnst lire and marina risks. Uaoltal.
JaMem leikrtreet, Mwort, Ar,
YS. it vf.,v.u!" u.IU"alui oi'uona unoiio, uranip
ChoUe, Griping Pains of the Bowels, Dullness,
""Vi Inaotlfity, Loss of Appetite, and la Pain,
fnl . Mnnstrnatlon It la iupt.ln ah
' Door jLocks, 1
b. b. cab wd switch locks.
Y Y Door and Gate-Springi, v
': HOUSE BEL,C MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Kej-s TittedT
The pubUo ars reipeotfally Invited to tall and ex.
amlnt the various patterns and price. All Jobbing
promptly attended to - . i
( ' , . OEORGB UeeSEOORi
nolcm ' r Mo. 18 Fifth-street, M door from Baca.
A. B. C0LV1XLE,
i Seal maaafaetarrr, .
Mo. 41 Kast Beeoad-ttreat, between Bycamsre aad
Broadway, Olnclnuatl, keep every description of
Cannier, Platforai, Cattle, RaUrend Dapet,
a Track nealea Track s,
' . ; Iraa Wagenaj dk. . - . i
Bepalrng done on the shortest notice, nol-tat
B. KITTREDQE & CO
1S4 MAIN BTBB1T, UINOlNffAXI, 0. ;
. KITREDQC tt FOLSOM,'
ftl Bl Oharlea atreet, Mew Orleans, La
Isaperter efGaa tc fjeorltaa Apparatna,
AID SEALgU IF SOW FOWPBB.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.. -
MANDPACTUKERa Of BAB, SHEET
and Bailer Iron. Plow Blabs, Ballroa4 rlke
to. Also, AgenU for the sale of lronton BhM Nail
Warereoma So. It Fast fieennd Btraat. (Mnalnnat I
Ohio. . . . . . . .
yAli kings iron nan to order. ln
fLKANBB OF SINES' AND VA OLIS)
J No. M Blztk-street, between Tin nd Mace, In
the Medical Oollegd, Onolnaatl, Ohio. Peroawbe
may favor bla wttn their patrontg,caa relyapuBo.
tnality and Uw price. apl-
Hloney!- Money! Money!
LOAN OFFICE. -
Rtatovwd froaa 5d Waif Slzlbuatreat, .
MONET LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW.
XLBT and all kind of Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at No. in Tine-street, between
Fourth and fifth. Hi
Dining and'Coffee Saloon,
HO. Wi FIFTH-BTBKET, BOOTH BIDS, '
(Near the corner of Tine,)
C. Ii. TICKERS, Proprietor.
OvatOre and Gamaeervad In all atvlea. MaaUatall
lie Pe EL1AS'
Sew ;; Wholesale , V ; ' '
WATCH & JEWELRY IIOUSB
16 West Fourth Street ,
Where oan be had every article appertaining to tb
Business at a aiack lea prloo, for OABH, thaa
has ever before been offered In this market.
QIVE US A CALL"
And see for yonrsolw. apit
fV M. .WHITAKER,
V ' '.' JEWELS lit - :
Ho. WH M. . dor. Fifth and bodge streets, between
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
Agoodassortmentof 81 bVKR and PI.ATKD W ABB,
DinviaviJOi two ft-jp, i.uueiAUt.17 US Dunn.
Sneoial attention clven to fJleanlntf and SeBfLlrlna
Watches and Jewelry. mylO
BEGGS ek SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
l BE NOW BECEIVIN9 ADDITIONS TO
a. their large assortment of Watchea. Jewelr.
BUTorwar and Diamonds.
AIM - ...
A Una assortment of I1 la ted Tea Beta and Duller
and Opera Qlassoe. 234
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
1UC. SAITl'li SILSDJEli:
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THB 6K1N, BBBUMAIIBM, JDI8BABK8 OF
WOMBN, and inch (Jhronio complaint as may be
benedtted by tba Bygyenio and Atmopathlo tyitem
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Amnio, Meronrr, Tur
kish, Buaslan and Eleotro-Ohemical Baths, a Pi
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Kleotrio
and Magnetlo Apparatus.
' NO. a? WIST BBTBNTH-BTBX1T,
ataTOBoebursA.M. to anlt-tft
O. E. NEWTON, M. IX
Orrioar-Ne. M Weat Seventh street, between Vine
and flace. Kasmwini No. M Beventb street, be
ween Walnut and Vine. Ovnoi Uorjas 1 to BM
At V 1 IX te J P. M.: rtetF.M.
WM, M. HUNTER,
I ' - (flncceisor to Enowlton A Taft.)
Ne, 00 Weat Fourth St., bet. Walaat eV Tin
THE OYSTER TRADE.
GkM 8pioed Oyiteri.S Q
FIUB.USD OYSFstRS Al
WHS SUBSOBIBEB IS NOW RECEIV.
A- 1NQ DAILY, bythe Adamt f xpreas, MALT.
BF'B world-renowned Baltimore ,
Freih Can, Kef and Shell Oyiten,
ROBERT OBB, Agent " Z
W-tf Depot. 11 Wast Flfth-atreet
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET.
THB SUBSOBIBEB IS NO W BE0EIV
INO daily, per Bzpren, bis splendid Oysters,
Having completed arrangement in Baltimore, oa
the most extensive scale, I will at all times during
the season be prepared to fnrnlah my friends, "and
fYVSL manaiua, - wiin tne most ujtliluluUB
VALVES Imported to tb Queen City. None bat
S VerT best imnorted. Oreeft inr1nnmMnbt ntfurttU
at this Importlng-bonse.
uraer aioiioitea and promptly ailed. Term cart.
I ; , PETER CATAONA,
AKES 'AND" REPAIRS ARTITIOIAIi
LIMBS in a tuperior manner. Satisfactory
references riven. Address Ho. 1. Bveanioravatnwt.
Corner of Front. . dele
Gifts!, Gafts!; Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 38 WEST F0VBTH-8TB1ET,
next to Smith A Nixon' Hall, Cincinnati,
Ohio. Aeplendld Gift, worth front Moenla to S1O0,
will be given with every book for which we reoetv
one dollar and upward ai the time of sale.
(Hfta oondet of Gold and Slver Watcbet. Ladlea
Solid tiold Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, fine Oold
Braoeleta, flenle' Oold Test-obalns. and a large yb
rlety of other, article of rich Jewelry, worth from
, ladle and tentlem.n are respeotfnlly Invited ie
all and axamfae eat stock. Jj . t .
A. A. KELLEYp
Publisher and ttift Bookseller,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT-LINE RAILROAD. SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
NO CHAN8E 01 CABS TO INDIANAP
OLIS, at Which alace it nnlte with railroad
for and from all point In tbe West and North-watt.
THBKJ PABBXNOIB TBAIN8 u
Lmt OlBclnnatl daily, from th foot of Hill and .
Frontatreota. . .
. 6:S0 A. M. Chicago Mall-Arrives at Inllanspolt
at 13:10 P. M. (Chicago at 10:M P.M.
13:45 P. M Ten Haute and Lafayette Aeoonuno '
dation-ArrivetatlndianapollaattiltF.M. ; -
7:16 P. M. Chicago Bxpress- Arrives at Indlanap. -oliaatlSleA.'Bl.'j
Chicago at 10:30 A. M.
Bleeping Oar are attached to all nigh t-tralni on
this line, and ran through to Oblobgo without
change oroan. .....,. .
r lie sura yon are In the right tlcket-offloeb'
fore yon purchase your tickets, and aak for tloket
via Lawreneeburg and Indianapolis.
Fare, the aane,aod time (hotter than anyothtt
Baggage checked through.
' THUOOOH T10KKT8, good nntil ued, can beob.
talned at the Ticket-offices, at Beencer Bouse corner.
S. W. corner of Broadway and Front ; No. 1 Burnet
ones corner; at tbe Walnut-street Bouse, and at
Depot Office, foot of Mill, on Front-ttreet, where all
necessary information can be had.
Omnibuses run. to and from aaoh train, and will '
oall for passengers et all hotela and all part of the
olty. by leaving address at either office.
117 H. 0. LOUD, President.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-Western
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE.
the BherUtt' Rente petweea Olaolanatl
mimwmtMmmwt' i ' t ' i ' .
Three PeMengerTralnsUareOlnoliinatldally, rtont '
tbefootof MIllandFrontrtneU. v,ni ,
i8 A, M.-Oblcago Mall arrive at Indlanapolbl
at U:10 P. M Chicago al VrM F. M. Thla train
oonneota with all night aralns ent of Chicago lor
the West tnd Nortb-weat connect at Indlanap '
lis with trains for Terr Haute: also with Pet o
trains for Pern, Logajuport, Fori Wayne and It.
I!li48 P. M. Terre lUrte and Layfayett Ao. 1
oommodation arrives at Indianapolis at :16 P, M.,
making direotconneotlons at Indianapolis wltk La
layette train for Decatur, Bpringfleld.Haplea. Uuin
or, Hannibal and St. Joseph.
7 P. M. Ohlcaco Sxpren arrives at Indlanapolll
at 13:16 A. M., making close connection at Chicago
with all morning trains out of Chicago. .
Bleeping ear are attached to all the night train
ea this line, and ran through to Chicago without
ehange of can.
Thb 1 exclusively a Western and North-western
rente, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
wltb all oouneotlsf road throughout the entire
Weat, guarantee unusual care and the amplest ao
eemmodetlona to the patrons ot this line,
The Company' exclusive Telegraph Line is need
when necessary, to govern the movement of train,
and Lougbridga1 celebrated Patent Brakes, ar at.
Uched to all passenger trains, by which they oanb
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern lm. '
provementa necessary for the comfort aud safety ot
reeeengert, the manager of this road bare liberally .
Smoking-car o thlsllne. " .
r Be sure you we In the right ticket ofBos, before
n parohas yomr tickst. and ask for tloket via
Lawrenoebnrg and Indianapolis.
Fare the aama at b any other rente. Baggage
eAeeked through, rr .
THBOUOH flOkBTS, good until need, oan be op.
talned atth tloket offloea, at Bpenoer Bouse Corner
north-west oorne Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur.
net House Corner; at the Welnot-stroet House, and
at Depot offloe, foot of Mill, on Front ttreet, where
all necessary lntarmaUun mty be had. .
Omnlbnaes run to tnd frem aaoh train, and w
oall for passengers at all aottlj and all part ot tit -
W. U. L. HI
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
DAILY TBAIN3 IEAV1 TBI
Train run through to Cleveland Bandoshr, To
ledo and Indianapolis without obange of oar.
Through Ticket for all Km tern, Western, North
ern and North-western citlos.
B A. RI, EXPKKfjttd TRAIN For' Hamilton.
Bichmoud, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Connects at Blohmond with 0. and
0. Boad for Loganaport; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
TiiiO A.M. TBA IN For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train make
close conneotlen with all trains leaving Chicago th
mm evening. Also connects at Ubbana roa Go.
Urania; at Bellefontaine with B. and I. B. B ; at
Porent with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago fiat
I road: at Clyde with Cleveland and Toledo Bail
road train for Cleveland; at Dayton for Greenville,
Gnion. Winchester andlMnncle.
10 A. IN. UXPKKMM TltAIN For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dnnkirk, Buflalo, Boston, New
fork, and all Eastern cities. Also connect at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
3:40 P. M. TRAIN-For Hamilton, Blchmond
Logausport, Peoria aud Burlington; alto Indlauap
oils, Terre Haute and St. Louis, oonnect at Hamil
ton for Oxford.
Si3U P. TRAIN For Dayton, Bpringflald.
Bellefontaine, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago;
ConnectsatfiellefontalnewltbB. and I. B. B.
UiilO F M. BXPRBAH TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New Tork, and all Eastern cities. Also, connect at
Crettlln for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities. .
MTThe night Expire Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:80 P. M., leave daily ixoirr Batubdai. All other
trains leave dally bxoipt Bubdats;
MV.. 1U1 .IUI ,UWIU,hlVI, AIVUWI Hll
Ticket offlcee nerth-eoat corner Front and Broad
way; No. 169 Walnutetreet, near Olbeon House; at
the new Ticket Offloe.on the west tide of Vine-street,
between Pee to ill oe and Barnet House; or-at tb
nou i ii. jnoLanjia. Bnperintenqent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Tbxough Eipreag Trging.
"ClIRSt IBAIN DAY EXPBESS AT 10
Jav A. Mi, connect via Columbus and Cleveland;
via OolnniDu, Btenbenvllle and Plttsbnrg; via
ColumbuB, Crestline and Pittsburg) via Oolum- '
bo and- Bellair ( Wheeling). Also, for BorlngBeld.
This train atop between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations. . ,
HKCONO TRAIN-Columboa Accommodation
at4i40P. M. This train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
TlilRD TRAIN Night Express at 11 JO P.
M., connect via Columbus and Bellair (Wheeling)! .
via Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus BUubenvllleand Pittsburg; via Columbus and .
Cleveland, ' "ik J ' '
Thie Train ttcp at Loveland. Morrow," Xenia : ,
andliondon. BLEEPING UA1W ON TBIB tBAIN. '
"The Day Express ran through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pltisbnrg, via Btenbenvllle, wltbonl
change of cars.
The NIOHT SXPSIBB Train leavIngGlncinoatl .
5t IliaO P, H., ran dally, except BATTJBDATS. " '
he other Trains run daily .except BCNDAT8, ,
For all iufonnation, and Through Ticket to Bo, i :
ton, New Tork. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing- '
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Plttsbnrg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern planes,
apply at The Ofaow, Walnut U treat Heme, No. 4 Bur
net House, No, 6Kmt Third-street, south-east corntr
of Broadway and Froat streets, and at th Eastern , .
Train ran br Oolambn 1 1 me, which I seven mln
ate faster than Oinoianatl Uai.
j 4. DUBAND, Bnp't.
OmnJbnses oall for aatatapar by leaving direc Uong -.
at jhp Ticket Oftfcea. - ' - ' noHL. i
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincixinati tind" Si' ' Loals.
. THBOTJOH WITHOTJT CBANQ1 OF CABS. f
Two Dally Train for VUcennes, Cairo and St. t
Lonla, at 7:30 A. M., and 71 P. M. , ,
i Tareebally Train for UoJavlil. at J: A. H.
tOOP. M.,acd7.S0P. M'
One Train (ot Ivanaville tl 7: F. M.
The Trains connect at Bt, Louis for all points In '
Kaasaeand .Nebraska, Hannibal, Qninoy and Keo- :
knk; at Bt. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlokibnrs,
Natchex and New Orleans.
On Through Train on Sunday at 7:M P. M.' 1 '
Bctobhibo Fait Line-Leave East Bt. Loahl,
Sundays excepted, at iiM A. AL, arriving at Olnoia
aati at IMJ p. M. ,
Jtiraxu Tbaib-Leaves last St. Loals daily at It
P. M.,arrlTlngat Cincinnati at 8: A.M.-, , .. v- . .. ,
, FOB THBOUQH TICKETS f ' :
To all points Weat atd Booth, pleas apply at th' '
offloea, Walnnt-stra t Hoaes. betweea Sixth and
BeveiiUMtreeta, Mo. 1 Barnet Hon, corner omr, ' -
uiwaii wiuw ut . rvni mw snpuviii openoer
BcuseOfnoe. and at tbe Deaot. corner Front and Mill.
streets. W. H. CLAidEiit,OeB,l.BupriuteBdeat.
mniuusea can for
nnKruUcH tivi ma ma. .
OHA, and very superior old Bio rfi (Tees, at
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