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[From the New York Home Journal.]
DWELLERS 'MID THE INFINITE.
Oil, dwellere 'mM trie InSnlteT
At peace aniuna tars,,,. ,
0"r veariilna hearts sob audibly
From these k,ne Iron bare.
I,et yonr rapt eonse fure"ro awhile ,
Thi harmonica re hear;
Tlii Rlnil arana-ela that V "In
Aro born of reiuloina here.
Oh yehploYcfl! look tMuWIy,
Konrlve the Imn we shrn
Thy bind us to your uut-tri'tclii'd arms;
Wo gnu, but on our dt-iul.
last nlaht thy umilr was on his Hp,
Our strenatli was In his carts
Ills brr-nst ior bulwark wcmru, awl now
All that remains Is therel
Ths starry sunl, an mile here,
lli-nnl yonrcrli'.tl'il strnln
Yo wo,nmI It toToumlilnloa rank,
Our augulsu is your Kiul
tlh. fearful human IotpI thnt r-mrs
Thin o'it the rim-lraa cluy
Tin- ration ufn bn'tikina heart,
With uch roslsth'se away.
With frcmbllnfs ami with teuuVrniw,
We turn to vbul is left;
I.ove fears to trot, tr lor hath been
go cruelly bervft,
Yo that our emits have h'Ted anil loft!
Kortivci the team wo she'l!
Tli'y hind us to your outstretched arum:
We gazo but on our duuil.
Elaborate Description of Parties—The
"Professor's" Opinion of them.
In the April numlwrot'the A tlantic Monthly,
Dr. Holmes, in his "Profissor's Story," gives
it chnrmiiift mid elaborate account of a "purty
ffiven by one of the rich citizens of Ilock
nnd the tvpe of the modern New England
villnprc. The Professor's description and ob
servations aro too good tor us to pass by
without extracting, lluzckiel Sprowle, the
host, it should be known, is retired coun
try merchant, who is dignified with the title
of Colonel, and the parly is given on the oc
casion of Miss Matilda Sprowle "coming out.
WAITING FOR COMPANY.
At half past seven
costume, etime into the front parlor and pro
ceeded to light the lamps. Some were good hu
mored enough und took the hint of a lighted
match at once. Othcrswcre as vicious as they
could be; would not light on anjr terms, any
more than if they were filled with water, or
lighted and smoked one side of the chimney,
or sputtered a few sparks nnd sulked
themselves out, or kept up a faint show of
burning, so that their ground glasses looked
as feebly phosphorescent as so many invalid
lire-flies. With much coaxing nnd screwing
and pricking, a tolemble illumination was at
last achieved. At eight there was a grand
ru-itling of silks, and Mrs. and Miss Sprowle
descended from their respective bowers or
boudoirs Of course, they were pretty tired
by this time, and very glu'd to sit down hav
ing the prospect before them of being obliged
to stand for hours. The Colonel walked
about the parlor inspecting his regiment of
'Hush!" said Mrs. Sprowle, "there s the
Kverv body took position at once, and be
gan to' look very smiling nnd altogether at
c ue. False alarm. Only a parcel of spoons
loiiiicd, as the inland folks say when they
mean lent, by a ucighbor.
"Better late thnn never 1" said the Colonel;
let me heft them spoons."
Mrs. SDrowle came down into her chair as
if all her bones had been bewitched out of
'I'm pretty nigh beat out a'ready, Bald
she, 'before any of the folks has come."
They sat silent a while, waiting for the
first arrival. How nervous they gotl and
how their senses were sharpened!
"Hark!" said Miss Mutilda, "what's that
It was a cart going over a bridge more than
a mile off, which at any other time they
would not have beard. After this there was
a lull, and poor Mrs. Sprowle's head nodden
once or twice. Presently a crackling and
grinding of gravel. How much that means
when we are waiting fur those whom we
long or dread to see I Then a change in the
tone of our gravel crackling.
"Yes, they have turned in at our gate.
They are comiu'. Mother I mother I"
Everybody in position, smilingandatcase.
Bell riiigs. Enter the first set of visitors.
The event of the season has begun.
HOW GENTEEL FOLKS EAT CAKE.
The elder Miss Spinney, to whom widow
Leech made a remark, assented to it, at the
same time ogling n piece of frosted cake,
which she presently appropriated with great
refinement of manner, taking it lietweeu her
thumb and forefinger, keeping the others well
spread, and the little finger in extreme
divergence, with a graceful undulation at the
neck, and a queer little sound iu her throat,
as of an "m" that wanted to get out and per
ished in the
ICE CREAM IN THE COUNTRY.
There is something so audacious in the
conception of ice-cream, that it is not strange
that a population undcbaiiched by the luxury
ol great cities looks upon it with a kind of
awe, and speaks of it with n certain emotion.
This defiance of the seasons, forcing nature to
do her work of congelation in the face of her
sultries noon, might well inspire a timid
mind with fear list hnmannrtwere revolting
against the Higher Powers, and raise the
same scruples which resisted the use of ether
and chloroform in certain contingencies.
Whatever may be the cause, it fs well
know n that the announcement at any private
rural entertainment that there is to be ice
cream, produces an immediate and profound
inmression. It may be remarked, as aiding
this impression, that exaggerated ideas, nre
entertained as to the dangerous ell'ecta this
conirealedfood may produce on persons not
in the most robust health.
There was silence as the pyramids of ice
were placed on the table, everybody looking
on in admiration. The Colonel took a knife
and assailed the one at the head of the table.
When ho tried to cut off a slice, it didn't
seem to understand it, however, and only
tipped, as if it wanted to npfet. The Colonel
attacked it on the other 6ide, and it tipped
just as badly the other way. It was. awk
ward for the Colonel. "Permit me," said the
Judge, and lie took the knife and struck a
sharp slanting stroke, which sliced off apiece
just of the right size and ottered it to Mrs.
Sprowle. This act of dexterity was much
admired by the company. The tables were
all alive again.
Peculiar Entertainments of the Spanish
Women—The Gipsy Dance.
A Spanish correspondent of a New York
paper, who recently attended a dance in
Seville, speaks of it thus
The dance began at half-past nine. It took
place in a long, narrow room: benches were
et along the sides against the wall, which
were occupied by about fifty people. Some
half dozen English gentlemen and myself
were at the upper end of the hall, near the
seatsof the dancers, who sat beside the spec
tators and danced on the floor before them.
There were six Spanish girls in dancing cos
tume, and about as many men in their ordin
ary dress, and a gipsy woman in Ion"; skirts.
The girls and men danced the national dances,
the Bolero the dance of Herez and the dance
of Seville so I was informed. One of the
dances was exceedingly coquettish and grace
ful. It was danced by a man and one of the
girls. She did the most bewitching things
with her face, making it almost a living ex
pression of feeling and fancy, while her com
panion handled his Spanish cloak and hat in
the most graceful and expressive manner. It
was Inorougmy national. ADomer man
layed the guitar and sang, sometimes by
imself and sometimes as an accompaniment
to the dance. He bad a loud, clear voice, ana
very animated manner. At last we hod tho
gipsy dance. The gipsy woman danced In
way which wo very peculiar, and which
am not able to descnlw. This dance is said
ha tha same with einsiesnllover the world.
in tho midst of it. she drew a handkerchief
from her bosom and threw it into the lap
one of the togllsh gentlemen, tie inquired
of a person sitting next him what he must
do with it, and was informed that he must
put a five franc piece In it, if be felt very
liberal, or half a dollar, If he did not, and re
turn it to her when she tat down. He put in
the piece of money and returned the nanaV
kercbief as directed. ;
Ball Fights in Spain—An American's Opinion
A correspondent of the New York Evening
Pott writes from Seville of the national sport
of Spain, after his arrival at the amphi
theater: "I judged from a rough estimate that there
were four thousand persons present, nnd the
seats would have accommodated at least a
thousand more. There were very few women
among the spectators. The arena is a circle,
and the seats rise around it in steps above
each other. They bore different prices, ac
cording to position. Those on the north side
of the arena were not roofed, nnd were ex
Hscd to the sun. Tho eight highest steps on
the south side were covered by a root; and all
Uie sents on the south side were shaded.
The prices varied from twelve reals, almut
sixty cents, to one dollar and a half. Two
bands of music were stationed opjiosito each
ollicr,seiaratcd by the diameter ol the arena.
First came into the arena a gentleman on
horseback, dressed in black, In a picturcsqne
Spanish costume, nnd ndvnnccd toward the
placo where the chief personage was sitting.
Taking off his lint he held it forward, and Hie
key ol the bull's den was thrown to hint by
the man in authority. It missed bcingcaught
in the hat, as the horse became restless, being
frightened at the crowd. Next came the bull
lighters in procession. They were gaily
dressed in circus costume of various colors,
red, blue, green and purple, their dresses
richly spangled. Throe were on horseback,
armed with long lunces, the spenr-head of
which, however, could not penetrate over an
inch. The horses were sorry-looking steeds,
worth ubout fifteen dollars each. Better
horses are not used iiecause the horse is most
exposed to the attack of the bull, as I soon
After entering into a detailed account of
the killing of one bull, the correspondent
Six bulls were slaughtered in this manner, aud
about ten horses killed. One of the horses
received the bull's horns in the belly. We
saw a gash about a foot long, the next instant
the bowels gushed through and dragged upon
the gronnd.as the poor beast galloped with
his rider. The horse felt them striking his
hind feet, und kicked furiously in his agony,
shaking them away from him, and they
strewed the ground. He still carried his ri
der some little distance, but at last fell just
before the place where I was sitting. The
sight of the poor creature's dying struggles
was not very entertaining, but I had tho ben
efit of it for some time, as he was a long while
dving, and was not removed till the bull was
killed. Tho horsemen were several times
thrown violently, the horses sometimes falling
upon them, but none to appearance whs se
riously injured, though one came within a
hair's "breadth ot having his bruins kicked
ont bv his dying horse. As soon as a horse
was disabled his saddle and bridle were re
moved by the attendants, and the rider ap
pealed in the arena with a fresh horse.
When the spectators wished to express ap
probation of any particular feat, they threw
their hats into the arena, which the person
complimented picked up and threw back
again. The sport lasted over two hours, tho
sun all the w hile shining brilliantly into the
nrenn and upon the spectators, and lighting
up the cathedral walls, which were visible
over the heads of the spectators on the north
side of the amphitheater; the graceful flying
buttresses, the Gothic pinnacles, with the
beautiful frost-work of solid stone, and tho
ancient Moorish tower, so massive, tall, and
rich with barbaric ornament, and the famous
yiralda or vano surmounting it glowed in the
bright sunlight. One should learn all he can
of the peculiarities of the people ho travels
among, but one bull-fight has satisfied my
thirst for information in that particular. I
tli ink I could never bo tempted to attend
Kiss my wife or Fight Me—An Osculatory
There are a few married men who are not
averse to seeing their wives kissed, but an
exchange relates the particulars of a cose iu
which n newly-wedded Benedict felt himself
insulted because his wife wasn't kissed. Tho
bridegroom iu question was a stalwart young
rustic, who was known ns a formidable
operator in a "free-fight." His bride was a
blooming and beautiful country girl, only
sixteen years of age, and tho twain were at a
party where a uunibcrof young folks of both
sexes were enjoying themselves iu the good
old-fiishioned pawn playing style. Every girl
in the room was called out and kissed, except
B., the beautiful youug brido aforesaid, and
although there was not a youngster prescut
who was not dying to tasto her lips, they
were restrained by the presence of her
herculean husband, who stood regarding the
party with a look of sullen dissatisfaction.
They mistook the cause of his anger, how
ever, for suddenly he expressed himself.
Boiling up his sleeves he stopped into the
middle of the room, and in a tone of voice
that secured marked attention, said: "Gentle
men, I have been noticing how things have
been working hero for some time, and I ain't
half satisfied. I don't want to raise a fuss,
hut ." "What's the matter, John?'' in
quired halfa dozen voices. "What do you
mean? Have we done anything to hurt your
feelings?'1 "Yes, you have; all of you have
hurt my feelings, und I've just got this to say
aiout it, Here's every girl in the room has
been kissed nigh a dozen times upiece, and
there's my wife, who I consider as likely as
any of cm, has not hod a single one to-night;
and I just tell you now, if she don't get as
many kisses the balance of tho night as any
gal in the room, the man that slights her has
got me to fight that's all. Now go ahead
with your plays!" If Mrs. B was
slighted duriug'the balance of the evening
we did not know it. As for ourselves, we
know that John hod no fault to find with us
individually, for any neglect on our part.
The Potency a Drop of Ink.
Think of a Queen's first signature of a death
warrant, where tears tried to blanch the fatal
blackness of the dooming ink; of a traitor's
adhesion to a deed of rebellion, written in
gall; of a forger s trembling imitation of an
other's writing, where each letter took the
shape of the gallows; of a lover's passionate
proposal written in nre; ot a proud girl s
refusal written in ice; of a mother's dying
expostulation with her wayward son written
in her heart's blood; of an indignant father's
disinheriting curse on his first-born, black
with the lost color of the gray hairs which
shall go down in sorrow to the grave think
of these, and of all the other impassioned
writings to which every hour gives birth,
and what a strangely potent, Protean thing,
a drop of ink grows to be! All over the
world it is distilling at the behest of men.
Here a despairing prisoner is writing with a
rusty nail his dying confession of faith on
his rlamp dungeon wall. There an anxious
lover is deceiving all but his bride, with an
ink which she only knows how to render
visible. Beleaguered soldiers in Indian forts
are confiding to the perilous sccresy of rice
water or innocent milk their own lives and
the fortunes of their country. Shipwrecked
sailors, about to be eneulfed in mid-ocean.
are consigning to a floating bottle the taint
pencil memorandum of the spot where they
will soon go swiftly down in the very jaws of
deatn. tverywnero nappy pairs, aear 'nus
bauds and wives, affectionate brothers and
sisters, and all tho busy world, are writing
to each other on endlsss topics, with what
ever paper comes to hand, whatever inkl
The varied stream thus forever flowing is the
intellectual and emotional blood of the
world, and no one need visit Egypt, or sum
moa an Egyptian magician, to show him all
the acts, all the joys and woes of men re
flected from the mirror of a drop of ink.
UaemiUan'i liagatine. f
Expkbimbmtb iii Cautixo Ibo. During a
series of experiments conducted by Col. Eard
ley Wilmot, Superintendent of the Royal
Iron Factories, England, with a view of
determining the most suitable variety ofca.it
iron for making cannon, it was found that
repeated malting, then quick cooling, and
horizontal costing, improved cannous and
Other articles made of cast iron.
Universal Sitppraoi in Italy The elec
tions in Lombardy are fixed for the 2a'li in
stant, and Parliament is convoked for the 2d
of April. In Tuscany and the yEmiliaD
frovinces elections were held on the lllhand
2th instants; voting by ballot and universal
The End of the Empress Josephine's Golden
Tho report of the proceeding' of event
ful morning, which was publicly promul
gated, was very far from a correct on. In
stead of delivering the calm, unembarrassed
address which an audacious diplomacy attrib
uted to the Empress, and which was, in point
of fact, the composition of Regnault de Saint
Jean d'Angely, the spirit-bowed Josephine
could not utter a syllable.
In vain she spread her hand before her
face she could conceal neither her sobs,
nor the shivering which nt intervals shook
her whole frame; Cainbocercs wns compelled
to guide her hand as she nflixed her signature
to the fatal document. The poor Queen of
Holland, who was little less overcome than
her mother, looked almost in vain around for
consolation and support: for, with the excep
tion of the Queens of Spain and Westphalia,
no one appeared to feel the slightest sympathy
in her sorrow; while on the contrary, she
detected in several of Napoleon's relatives
the unconcealed evidence of a satisfaction as
ill-timed as it was ungenerous. T,he Kings of
Holland and Naples behaved admirably; but
f Aniline nnd Pauline scarcely endeavored to
control their triumphant exultation, and ex
chnniicd glances which were neither nnob-
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serveu nor raisimerpicicu mos-w r v
Madame Bonaparte in tho nioanwlnlc sat
cold and silcut. She had ucver loved her
daughter-in-law, and wns too proud to feign
what she did not feel. Napoleon gave no
other signs of emotion than the pertinacity
with which he averted his eyes from the face
of his almost convulsed victim. His voice
was clear and steady, and his attitude firm.
Ho was already looking beyond the troubled
present into the brilliant future which was to
behold him the Corsicnu refugee nnd the
military adventurer the husband of a
daughter ot the Cresarsl At length all the
necessary ceremonies had been observed tho
irrevocable step had been taken, and as he
arose from his seat the children of Josephine
hurried their mother from the room while
she struggled to suppress the evidence of her
anguish, in order not to betrny it to the
throng of officials who crowded the Stu'c
apartments. At mid-day on the morrow,
after the night of tempest we have already
described, and while Napoleon and his Gen
erals were reviewing the troops in the square
of the Carrousel, she was seen, accompanied
by her daugnter to enter her enniage, never
more to enter the Tuilcries. "A la Malmai
tonf shouted the mounted equery and thus
finished for Josephine Tosher de la Pagerie,
the empty dream of greatness by which she
bad been so long beguiled.
sont one of its members, M. do Hefner, on a
special mission to Rheinzabcrn and the
neighboring localities, in order to inquire
into a singular branch of trado which has
sprung up there of late years, viz., a whole
sale manufacture of counterfeit vases, statues,
nnd other articles, being perfect imitations of
those known to lie of Roman origin, and
found in the district. The small town of
Rhcinznbern, near Spires, is known to be one
nf tho most ancient in Germany: it is men
tioned in tne Itinerary of Antoninus and the
Theodosian map, and has for centuries en
joyed the reputation oi possessing a sun run
"in every description of Roman relic. Boatus
Rcnanus states that in his time "inns of
baked cluy, containing the ashes of Roman
patriciuns; also sarcophagi, engraved precious
BtoneB, and red vases made by potters," would
frequently be dug up at Rheiuzabern.
In the last century, Schobefliix likewise
mentioned the fact ot many antiquities being
found about that place, and his own museum
contained several; some very interesting
collections have also been made by private
persons at Spires, Mcntz and Lnnda. M.
Schweighseuscr had some of those nrticles
lithographed years ago, and the library at
Strasburg possesses some Roman pottery
found at KLeinzabcrn. Not many weeks ago,
M. Mellinger, a notary, found a lot of very
curious ones still in his possession. Many of
these antiquities having naturally changed
hands nt profitable prices, the idea soon sug
gested itself that it would be a good specula
tion to manufacture some, and accordingly
Germany was soon inundated with n vast
quantity of pottery said to be of Roman
origin, and very well executed, too, but this
very abundance soon excited suspicion,' nnd
M. de Hefner iB now engaged in exposing the
imposture. After a minute investigation, he
has came to the conviction thnt the mysteri
ous manufactory is not at Rheinzubern, but
at Mentz, which place is strongly suspected
of having produced an antique ivory casket,
so perfectly imitated as to nave neen pur
chased at" a high price for the British
The Beauty of Pictured Wind ws.
Not the Rorpeous oriel of church r -dnil,
from winch the solemn t'uee of taint or
martvr looks down, and tlirouL'h which the
sunlight is crimsoned over the kneeling con-ei-ejfiition,
or shed, thorn of its free, oen
hriKlitness, in streams of "dim, relipriniis
litrht," over the silent aisle and nltnr; not the
windows in which impels nnd upostles stand,
sentinels of the holy nlaccs, or whose flHss
hirlos. with the rich crlorv of oictiircd cherub
nnd sernph, the pure spiritual blue of the
heaven beyond; nol tnese, out inc picmreu
windows which vou can see liny niifht, in
any street where the light of a happy home
fulls through the pane upon the pavement.
When such light is lit by the home fireside,
and when loving forms gather round the
kindly gleam, no cunning artist in dyes or
stains could paint upon the gliifs such lec
tures of genial light and warmth of holy joy
and culm, as one may see iu the shining win
dows. The sanctity "of home is bodied forth
in the cheery glimmer; the warmth of home
lore and home life stream out upon the cold
nnd silent street, and blessed glimpses of all
hallowed things, which ought to be, if they
are not, may glad the eyes and thrill the
1 . If .I.- Jr. l... r-nn. Ilia (liffiirort
iienri oi uic paoaci-uj, hum.
windows of a thousand city houie3. David
A new Recipe for Sleepiness.
he excused the non-appearance of his little
son, on the ground that lie was asleep under
his waterfall. I had almost omitted to men
tion the curious habit of the hill people to
which this phrase of tbe '1 hakoor s relates.
When a woman wishes to put her child ailcep,
she takes it to one of tho nnuierous places lor
this purpose, which are all over the mountain
sides wherever there is water. arTliey consist
of a shed, or sheds, in which there nre atone
trougns rtllcu from uie running aucau. auu
from those troughs aro little pipes made of
reeds, or hollow stems of trees, which spout
out water with a gentle trickling fall, under
which the child's head is placed at the dis
tance of a few inches. The effect is almost
immediate. The child closes its eyes and its
mouth, and (alls into a profound, sweet, and
healthful sleep, which endures so long as it is
left under the water-spouts. I have seun
dozens of children thus lying fast asleep; and,
as far as I could ascertain, no evil effect what
ever can bt attributed to this practice. It
certainly seems an udmijablo preparation
against colds in the head; and if a devoted
mother would only make the experiment in
this country, and it wero found successful,
she would tie regarded as a blessing to her
species, iu introducing such a delightful cus
tompleasant to chilrdeu, and invaluable
parents. Diary in Inilia.
Actixo out ooa Aspibations. Mrs. Jame
son savs: It requires merely passive courage
aud strength to resist, aud iu some cases
overcome evil. But it requires more
needs bravery and self-reliance and surpass
ing faith to act out the true inspirations
your intelligence and the true impulses of your
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Hat. It wti: etand any climate.
SPALDIXG'9 PREPARED GLTJBI
USEFUL IN BVBBT HOUfll.
BFALDINQ'J I'llKPABID OLUB,
BOLD UY BTAT10KK11S.
BrALDIMd'S PBKPABBD OLUB,
BOLD BT DKUOOI8T8.
BPALDINO'S PRKPABED OLUB,
BOLD BI BABDW ABB DBALBB3.
BPALDINO'S FUKi'AHKD OLUB,
BOLD BY UOUBK-rUKNlsHINO BTOBCS.
BPALDINO'S PBKPABBD OLUB,
BOLD BY rUBNITUBE CKALKliS.
BPALDINO'S PHKPAKRD OLUB,
BOLD BY J-ANUT-QOUDa DBALBBS.
BPALDINO'S PUKPABRD OLUB,
BOLD BY OBOOEBS.
BFALDINO'B FUKPABED OLUB.
BOLD BY OOUNTBY 11K11CIIAHT8 OKNEBALLI
IIENUY C. RPALDING Ac CO.,
48 Cedhr-t,, New Vork.
Address Foatofflce, Boa No. t,00.
Annexed la an Alphabetical Lltt Af Articles which
If damaged, may ba restored to tnelr original
Itrengtn and usefulness by
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
A Mende ACCOUNT 1I00K8,
D Blonds lllllKir
U Mendi 0IIADLE8...-
D Monde POLLS
E tliiudl KTKUMIEB
V JUnclj FANS
H Mr-ndl HAUi'8 .,
I. Mende INLAID WU11K
J mende J A lis.
K Monill K NO IIS ..,
L. ...Mends LKATUKK-WOBK
il. Mendl M I lllldK rHAMK8.,
N..Morjili Ktffl.L I'08I8....,
U ...... .Hrj'H UTTU5IANS
0. Mendi 0U1LT-FKAM K8....
N...MndB OUKAM. .... .......
T Mende TAUI.KS.
v..m.Bleude VAK3 mM.
X. Mende XYLOORAI'lllO-WOBB..
Y..ln.U lAilU KTICKS
waciueiou, Drauuma e iit.ra.au
OLUB la rueful In Libraries and schools.
U.B ...... Monda STEREOSCOPES.-....-.
t...P Mends 1'ITOH KHH - .
....L......Meude LKTTKK-8KALIN0... .
6. D......Mnde Daauanaao'TirB Uuia...
6. I .....Mends IMAGES
7 N.....Mende KB UKEAKA0K8... .
S. a Mends OUN.KniCKH
S....H....luendj Hi I1O0L-U00K8.....
...Vends PAKAMOLS P......10
...Monde 111 L, Kits ..ll..ll
...Muude Elictuioal Machines. ....Kw.ll
...Mends PAI'EK-fl AN0ING3 ...P......1J
M A.....HiVniS AUl'LllAl tin I... .....A. 11
If. 11 Mende K1CKF.TY KU UN IT UHIC..1I..1J
16......K. Mends KKASLU UANDLK8.....E.M..1I
l;.D.....Mende DR8KS .......... ,.. ....U......17
lS....U....lends OLOIIKS . ...01
l...,L....Meude LOOSEN KD LKA VK.S. ...... Ll
.... U....Mends UrHOiTrnan FuBKlTt;Aa...U....JQ
21....E....Mcn,is K0(J KATKRS........K...J1
z:.......Mpu.Is ACUKN-WOItH ....a
,.oi onus A U W .Ull A 1 KS .....A. If
Mende BllKLL-W ORK...
..5U nas HLLr,r-woiiK....
..MoJs IIOUUT-IIOKSICS ,
Mends I'lUTl'RE fit AMES...
. Meade V KN KKBINU . . .....J!
,Minds BC11U0L If UI1N1TDBE. M
, Mends I'M'IKR M A0UR.........J4
Mends WAKDItOUKS M
......Mends PARIAN MAUULK.
Mends I U ll'UKS
Mends WASH STANDS.....
.....Menda IIKOSTRADS ........
Meads PR CMS
Mends C1IKSSMHN ...
Menda DALI.Ot' IiOXKS.......
en Is II AOKUA U .11 UN"BoTu"a..as
....... M ends HA N UHUXKS- ,, ,, Ill
...Mends IIASS VIOI.8
Blends HI 11. AUaa..
Mends 110 IK-OASES..,
Menda BOOT-CUIM PS
....Blen.it nKU.-m-lI ANDLKS.,
...Mends CUPIIOA U lis...
,..M ends C C KTA I NS......
t.......Mends CADIH LS..
II Mends Cn A 1 HS .......
tl .......Mends CHARTS
rX.... M ends CLl '111 ICS-V It Aillio
74...........M0Uds CA It IHADti3,
16 ..........Mouda HI A UIKd ....
77... Menda W UJIK..STAN1;S........
7s...........Meu.l. II h A I'd llT-110 A UDa......
;... Mends DISH KS. .....
0.......Mend4 1I VANS...
SI. ......Mends DICIMiUXES...........-..-..
82 Mends IlOOl'.S..................
U......McndB ImniNOKS ...SI
S4 Memla K 1 RKDUAKUS.
H......M ends K I.U I KS.... M
..... -Meuds IIALI.I SI ltADS.3.....
!.....M snds GLASS W A KK......
U Mends I1AN11LKH
)... Mends K ITi:s...................
l. ...Mend! lul'M ... ...!
J. ..... .lei,,l. i.HtllANM.. ..... ...
94 Menda StWlNO atADUIfiaJi,
6.. Mends PAhKLS...
...M ends PA ST K III I A KU- WORK...
is rn ct r.i.....w..
...... Mends fA II kKKS..
,..Mends HI LKLUA RDS
...ffieuiis n i iuia.w -T A un...w
..Mond WILLU W-WAUB..
BT ALDINQ'I) rUSPAUED OLD!.
OLD i BTATIOMBIta.
tr ALDIHQ' PBCfABID OLUB,
BOLD BY DBDOUIBTB.
BriLDINO 8 PUKPABKO OLUB,
BrALDIHO S PBttPABBD OLUB,
BOLD B( HABDWABB BTOBBB.
BrALDINO'S FKKPaBKD OLUB,
BOLD BT UUUSE-FUBHIBUIMO BT0BXS.
BPALDINO'S PBKPABBD OLUB,
BOLD BI OOUNIUY MBBOMAMTBQitMBBALU
HENRY C. BP ALDUS 0 & CO,
48 CcdaMircats Nsw Vtli'k.
Andreaf Poatodlsa, Box JNoMuO.
Pnt np In eaer-a containing either Fonr, Blshtot
Twelrs Down each. A beautiful Lithographls
Show Card accompanies each package.
I oolMt Deal Aeotlat ar. I
MONEY 1 TVt OKT JET5T
BEHOVED FliOM 00 WKT HIXTll-STItKlT.
MON K Y 1.0 A N E l ON W ATI 'II FH, J K
Kl.llY.liJ ull kluJs of Slurrualiillae, t
fates of Intrrpst, at ho. 173 Vine-street, between
Vuurtb and Iillb. ,
, ii--- ja
aeaaaaea sbii aaeM
" ,""-"" JJ
BY TH H
Incorporated 181.-Charter Perwetaal,
Cash Capital Enlarged Half i Million
rvtrr I'UTini.iuiir I, ir ariaifiBai.
i NA'I'I In IM'i.l, anlo-datins all preoelit local
Innurance coiupani," and axenHee In tho insurance
t,iHlni'"i In this cirv. Thirty-life yrnrs' constant
illy here, cninnineu whii w.hiiii, rxiw-r,,.,,,-., m,-,-..i..
I lil..n,lltv. ennoi'lAllv oommnnd the Atna
imiranre rnninany to tha favoraldo patronngo of
this community Htnmlliie; solitary aria Susie, me
sole nnr Iror and uvms pioneer oi iincmuau unw
The InrseHt loss erer eu.ieinea oy anr iieimnw
rnmriiiny at one nre in 'iiio was oy ine jT.iun, m
(TllllieOIIIO, APTII, oi, Hnmiv.i . c v,
......1. -i.l nrl..e to tliirtv ilavs after the Are.
Ajoseus pain in t iiieiiiiH"u,,B ..w ..- i ,
$177,648 VP. '
Cash Capital, .- - $1,600,000!
Absolute and unimpaired, with a not surplus ol
1314,144 37k '
And the prentlire of forty irw yoarV snccees and ex
perience. Investments of
Over $100,000 In Ohio Securities
viDt ivn TNI.An V A VlflATTDK.
RlMktt n'c-ptoil at ternw conn If tent with '.Ivpncy
ami fiiir nn.tiN. Knp.-rmi nt.pni.on girrn w knur
nncp of Imp 11 InS '" cout?nU fur termi of one to
flAppfI'tlnn mnde to any duly authorised wrent
nroiiiptly attendi'il to. By atrlct nticiition to a li-irit-
o tiller lioth hi'lemnlty fnr tlie rt nml necMrity for
the future, roncies maueu wifotmuvtjr wj
CARTER & LINDHKY, AcnatA,
To. 40 Mnlnntreet, aud 'o. 171 Vlne-xtreet.
J. .1. llooKEH, Awnt, Fulton, 17th Ward.
fbtl-ay C. 1. liLriiAi. ftuwport, Ky.
ity Insurance Company
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.,
tsato. 8 rrnxiu iandinb, metwkkm
MAIN AMJ syOAJlluua,. a.iiaunsueii iay.
Capital Stock ......)150,000 00
ITlre and Marine Riska i
Taken at fair ratca. Lossee auiiltaDly aujiutea ana
DiCTORS-P. Banning, Joseph C. Butler, R. M.
Bishoo. T. J. Weaver, W. B. Hloores, J. w. uououue,
s. llalucs. u. r. in,unuK,
, r, r..i......r
JOS. CI. Bl'TLEK, Prosidcnt.
W. M. Biciiabdsos. Secrcury.
Wn. P. Stkattom, ourvc)or!
Western Insurance Company
,--'!.' TV TIIK I' f 'll II MXIIICV Iter
3 No. 2 Frunt-atreet, botwi-en Main and 8rca-
n i,r. romnanv la tuklne Klre, Inland and Marine
HlNKH at Clirrt'llI raiea oi pri-nn,
Losses fltlrly uujusieu aim prooiyviy pom.
V. Eekert. V.Bali, B.W. Pomeroy,
Will. Glenn, W :- Whltcher, w. f. Mann,
H..1.I II tr he I. . ii. i.oiiisiooiv, .v,
Hnl.t TtnrhiLiiu.il. I'. O. Shaw, Geo, Wall,
Wm. Hollow, Beth Kvaits, J.
ndd uihauii. H. Brachmnnn, J.
. II. Tiuilfe,
. O. Inhani.
II. L'lcsrwater, U'hoa. 11. Llliott,
T. r. Kt Kbui. I'reeiaeiir.
STirnr.M Monss, Socretury; n
IRE AXD MARINE INSURANCE.
Citizens' Insuranoe Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
W IVuet Ikimpanr lliiiliiin. , 1 prepared to isauu
wdiod vn a u'vwt T tl I ir ii-t. i il r. r. i .
'.ilieies ounrouuu juariue awstus
William Wood, Isaac O. Copelen,
Jus. V. Cunningham, Sydney H. t lark.
A. Erkenlirei her, Jiwopli lumairi,
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm.Hshor,
nos-'bltoi A. M. H08S, Surreyor.
National Insurance Company,
3Iarlne, Inland Transportation
aim f ire iusks.
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATES.
John rturuovne. K M. tiniilh, tloliertJIooro,
Wm. !! worth. I'hiis. I,. .Miwre, "-.recne iner,
u v u...r..,.....v n'l.. lltiir. H. W. Smith.
' " : .li III N BUItUCli-S K, Vfosidcut.
IT ' T'bm. Ruir..lnn'
nris-hfin 1' A. SPHItlMAV, BnrTcyor.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O Y H T K It M I
rwinv. HrnwsiBEB im rttiw -ei , t-
JL 1NIJ IIA11. 1,1'y tne Auains wiiw, man.
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysters
it I n wurUI-reuuwnea Baltimore
Frili. HermptlmUy-aoollMl COVB, SPICED AND
riCKLED Ox.STailla.. .
ROBERT ORR, Agent
Bcp7.tr Depnt, 11 West rifth-Btret.
Cavagna's Oyster Importing House!
. NO. 31 VV. FIFTIl-BTUBll'l.'.
nrtHK ftrnSCttlBKH. Irf NOW ItEOEIV.
,un Un.. L .n,-..... 1,1. .nl,.,iliil (IVSltTS
IIilvIii'ii uuinolt'tfil ammitenipnts in Baltlniore on tlio
must oxtiilvf suule, I will, at all tunes auriliK ;imi
suson be preparoa to furnish my friunrts. ' "auil ilia
Uie r't ,,f inunkltiil," itll tlio most DLI-K IllL'S
tlio very Iwat iniporteil. tircat Inducement ufkiretl
at this luioirtiiiij-liuusa. ..... K
Onlers aollcitad and promptly fllled. Terms caatt.
s,.pia nolo Imnortor and Proprietor.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
O. E. NEAVTON, M. D.,
IB r r l Ft tfs pw lns -
a.... ......... v;... n,.s- Jti.nt-li'iica ho. HA
HveiithntrtHit, butweeu "Walnut and Vine. Ofl)to
boiin7 tos A. M.; 1H toa.'t r. pi.; 7 wo -. i.
WILLIAM Me IIUNTEK,
,o5 306 VINB-WTKEET.
J. TAFT, i
(Buccesaor to Kntrwlton A Taft,) '
-TO. Srt WEST FOURTII-HTIlBKTf BE.
11 TWEKK WALSL IaudVIN ,..
sep2l CINCINNATI, O,
e .Medical lii-tlttitc, glvrs spociniiiiiii"M
meiit of i:llIlt)NlU UIHr;Aria.a. Orhoe, 174
Yiiw-atmit. near Fotirtli.
unice hours 10 A. M.
t P. M.
HIT OLD llOJU 1
IDN COFKKB AND TKAPIiTS
for ranilllHS, hotels, restaiirHiiu,
stoanihisits, t'tc. are uiuuubc.
tnr. d by AltTlll H, 11 1' H N -II
A 51 i IIILltllY. I'hllad -phis,
and No. 24 Knst Pearl
Btr,-i,t, l incliiuiitl, JUHKI'lf II.
0 II KKN, Agent. Bond for Inula
IHKHH PllBAPPLKH.--ll i'OX-'
' IresU i'liiuappuis, iu glues., I u store iiijij h;r salo.
, A. A. t'tll,rr.H,
ninJl ' i Ho. luaiullUI Maln-slroet.''
IBI'ltK T K A ff. flH EF.N AND BLACK
Jas, pun, aad fresh. , luature aud Sir aale.
, .I,. , w.. A. A. I'tll. t a. It,'
' m2J ' ' ', Vot. 3I and li Mslu-atrwit.
fit HA HON
In itoie aud for
tto. !I aud 931 Main-atreet.
: aaat; -. a .
npHR MOftT BFI.IABI-B .
JL UllRIII.AH PHlKir Amn.-
-They have alveli
more antlanwUnn than any Jthor now In ne.
We offer a rewanl of (INK TIKIH8AND POt
LA RS to but aerson that can, up to the nrrwliMinia,
show a sliiitlo innlance whon ln they have hilled to
prr.erve their oontoule. '
r ............. . . i.- , i ..ri-iMl ( nn. a .
nun mi. rnr n . uii.ii.eii. .j..,..,-. j.iT
DeillB III" IM-.I Tire I nui, u,Kin , ", "
and Burglar l'r,,f now-made: anil are wrlllinat to test
with any eatabliahaient In the Union, and th- rsirty
raillliR HrKt t,i lorreil to tlio oilier uie sum oi
We are prepared to furiil'h liettar Safe, and ft leas
piMt, than ' any other niautifactun,r In the uniieu
Blates. , , , . . . .
riecoiid'hand riiifes or other maaors also on iiaoo.
We reSDccllutlv InTlte the nubile to mill and exam
ine our stock before purchaafna el-ewhere.
llAi.l., t;Aiii'i,i. et v,,..
aiill-ay Nos. 1 anil 17 Knst ColuiuMa-stiret.
.W. B. DODDS,
Formerly of Hall, PikMs ft Co.; lute Urban,
voaan IT JO
W. 3i. DODDS & CO.,
i nAimrACTtmsBS or tns ' '
CONCRETE, FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF
SOUTH-WEST CORNRB OF VINE AND BEC
mnta iu tttk iinsT kkm ahIiK m k k
JL AND MUR'iLAR l'HOOK HAKK ttmt In mmlo
In the United 8tnU, nnd in wamints?d perfectly frre
from (lump; run bv ioiu At lower pricon, ana is oi uw
tcr wnrknmi.'ihlr tlian can he found eluewliorp.
Whave a Urn annortmeiit on hand, and ar dp
tcrminud to nell at vrtcoa that can not fall to plc-a,
. OIjD sfxss
Tnkon In oxchanno. 8KCONU-IIAND SAVES 1-
VfhY on nana nt exirwiieiy low pruTw.
UfADAMI! ETdliTH, Mi
lililT iTi. nun rirui?"
WW A a VATTMIa
x aL at
at laiat JUHt w hat tho Lad leu hn volong nneiicd
and looked for in vnin, the UTERI N K KI.l XI it-
The Uterine Elixir la warrant! to onre all din-
eases of a uterlno lintitro; Inflaniniatiou or tho
Womb, the Kidneys, tho Ovaries, and tho I rethra,
ProutpHiia or Kulllnat of the Womb, Piiinful Menstru
ntlon, Chlonwls, Aiuenorrhen; in fact, a perfect cure
la gunranteeii ny tne uso oi iroiu io wn,c oome.
tho Elixir, of anv iluwaiie whatever of tire Generative
and Urinary urffans, ol male or lemaio, no muiicr oi
how long staiidlna. Price f I por Imttlo.
Madame r-ljlflt) calls particular aucniion mine
followiiiHTt'itrdof oueuf the most proinincttt Drug
gist of Cincinnati:
"To the Pnblir mi Iht Ladiet In Particular:
"We, the nnilevslirned. are not In the habit or dir.
Ins; our name to Patent Modicinoa; but knowing well
the Ladv Physician, und the medicine called the
Uterine F.llxlr, we cheerfully recommend It to nil fe
male Bnftorliiff from Female Diseases of any kind; it
ia purely vegetable, and In no cttae can do Injury; we
any to all try, aud our word for It. you w ill nnd rcnel.
Corner of Fifth ant! Race streets."
MiriAMe! tft.T.lS'S SPANISH flTMflf, ATTNtl
(ItlUUH AND LIVKlt BALSAM cures, without lull,
Pains In tho Breast, Buck. Slilo or I.imhs; CoiikIih,
Colds, HonrHenesH, Diltirulty of llronthliitr, Head
acliti, Flatulency, Heartburn, Chronic ltheiiiniitism,
Bilious Colic, Crump Colio, Qriplng Pains of the
Bowels, Pulhtorts, Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appe
tite, and iu Painful Menstruation it fs a certnln cure,
and gives Immediate relief. In any of the above dis
eases It will give relief in twenty minutes, and a per
manent cure bv the use of two bottlca. Only -VK-euts
per bottle so cneap tnitt everv person can gel u.
N. B. For sale by F. D. HILL. Druggist, corner
of Itace and Fifth-streets ; J. D. PAIiK, cornor of
Fourth nnd Walnut; HVIRE, KCKSTKIIt A CO.,
corner Vino and Fourth; .IillIN PICKKtiN, corner
of John and 8ixlh-sts.; PAI L BF.INLF.IV corner
or Eighth and Freeman; EDWARD SCANI.AN .V
VO corner of Main and Fourth; and MADAME
ELLIB, ltt west Sixtn-street. aepzi-ar
$30. $30. $30. $30. $30.
Thlrty-BoUiir DouMo Lock-Stltch
Family Semng Machines
HECUHED BY RECENT LETTERS PATBKT.
THI MACHINE HAS BEENPRO
NOUK('KI) by all cnmpetmit judKeK, wlio hnvo
netn ft, to nc tuo bml nun moat aeninu)i jriimny
Br'wlng Mnrlilno vur introduced, REGAantFJifl or
pr icr. It will now rill kiiidd of fumily gmMU, from
tho very tl.trkuNt to fli very tin est fubricN madu, and
u' all khiiiit ni thruAd. trum no. a iu vju.
Ho Oil M utet on Inp of tM Mai hine.
fti-nd for a circular, or rail and mtfl It In operation.
tTpon pArly apiilicatiun, IStute itud County right may
An fiicwtlc jwmm cah make a fortnn In ft nhort
time. A gen IB wtuiiuu iu au unitoiii icrriTory.. ;
II. (.'. UtIUTMAN,
Bolo and exclunlvA aent for tin United ntatra,
Btrl.-tf M Went Fourth-etroet, Cincinnati.
CANDY ! CANDY !
IT. TV. CLARK,
(eTCCESSOft TO MYEBB A CO.,)
MANUFACTURER S WHOLESALE DEALER
. . . , 1 IK
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
NO. 40 MAIN-STREET, CINCINNATI, O.
II. P. ELIAS'S
"Watch & Jewelry House,
16 West Fourth-street,
vvrnmilr flM nR II A II KVKHV AHTI
CLK appertain Iiik the imninwH, at a mmn
lew price, fort'Atill, than Lai uvcr bufure Ueuyflcrtd
in Uila uoarkut.
And see fur yourselves.
THE OTITCATiT EI.ASTIO METALU
JtOOFINU U olTeretl u the puhllc aa t lie bunt
cheap'Ht Metal Kmr now nned, uh merits imvinx (teen
i teMtcu uy III expuuunceui years in inn uny unu vi
, cinity. A p pi ltd to Hat or ttteep, old ur new bUild
Iiirh. No wilder iwed fatttnned mr urely without ex
Lr.nM rlaat iiri lii n nf thu sala'inMlitil.
r H P" red rdieutu, boxed for ihlnment to any part
thfi United Htntetf, can u appueii uy any one win. or
dinary UiecDsUilealtfKUl. onier pnunniiy nneu.
mylft-tr J:i2 wt gaonnuircm,
mriitv 1ST. V.. WlI.I.IAimWOI LD R EH-
1J. I'kutl-'I'LLY intorm the ladiea id Cinclnnat
and thu public generally, that huo lias npenea
ii a HAT haw hit Hucnine uuninsviir, no, a tvnk
Fvurtb-fitrtset, where h w preparau w inauniaeiura
Lad lea and I'liildreiir.' I.'ndur (jiu ineiitfi, aSiiirlr. Shirt
Bohouih and Tucked Hktrt, which fur durability
ialBtriatel WrVB. lIIIMlirtalBjirid.
N. 11. Particular atLentluii paid to the manufacture
or Cbildrvu u Uutning n every uecrip(iju,
iarTtHIW PREPAlt AT10N," STATES
n,..l..l.l. tha u.t Iiuvm
It Is etniiigor aurl mora
iilUM.uiiV Hum uiitall,lu uiivn itm cnv.
tllm'stloti llko llio Alkalies. All i xcilli'iit Tonic
tne aiimantury aysiotu in uyapopsin." inrwu uj
null 8. W. eor.Klgliili st. and t'mitral aviniun.
TR. EVANrVS TOtiTHAOllB DROP
Ameriuin Dontlst in Paris will euro the
violent Toothache instaiituivonsly. Sor sale by
AI'lll-.l'l liu.io, j'riiKtfisi,
ntalS B. W. oor. V.lgluh-st. aud Vcnlral-arenr
A. B. OOLVILLE,
' Wonle Manufacturer,
TWO. 41 ,ArtT HKCMTHKHVt nu
ll TVfV.EN M.ramuru hik Iiroadwitv. (.'iuclniiiiti.
kNpTery dcr.ptl- n of (bonnier. Flatfurm, Cattln,
Itailruaad Deput, aud Trmk ticalua; Truukit.
'aftoiist, Au. i i , i, .
ltepaiiriug dona nn the nhorteiit notice.
F I jj K O Is U 15 ft AN D YyVv I E f AS7p 0
4o. JuHt revived, per t-htp XWAiMrf,
New Orl'tuns 2 quarter cank flue old litaudn 1
Una Alto Douro i'ort M'inet 4 butt a fluu OloruMmi
Blierrv; 1 puncheon fine flavored, Irlnh Whinky,
till; i'iank Kant India l'ale Ale; Wt fanki Isondou
fvi'lurH vrwla itv lol-Jlp ud rw1t(w( nVDATF8
Nation nt Theater ButMlnf, Bycamom-dtreet.
j -i ! . . Uual'J)
A"" iMANU PORTBR.JIWii RECKIVKD
ix cnwkN, uuai U and j.iaU, buou:h Ale aud
dvu afortpiv Fur stalo wholeiiai and retail by
A. MrDONALD A CO.,
maw M, tnd Branch Wwt Foiuth-trt.
f'?' II IE; .US
441 -hi I
RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS
—AND— Cincinnati & Chicago
IrtREAT TiinorfJii hoi te to the
. . . NiiKT.'lWK'iT., Kill .. .
j nnnri iinuioi
H IV l,iiu l
Two dully fhronah trnlna h int" Sixth-street Depot
at 0 A. M. ami 3idl) I. M.
ThroiiRlt to Indionoi)ollM witlioitt
Cliunirp of OiiPH.
Difycf Cowaecffoas M ait by both 7rtfas,
At Klrhmoiid, wllh Cluclnnutl and Cblrniro flail
road, for Andei-son n nil all points mi tho llellef,,i
tiiine Itnilroad Line; Kohotno, L 'Saa'port, Peru anil
all polnla on the Waha'h Vail, y Itiulnnul.
At fnillannpoli" for Terrs Ihnito, Mattisill, Pane,
St. Louiaand Illinois Central lUilroiol.
At Lafavrtta for Hanvllle. Tolotin, lliatnr. Snrlnir
fleld. llple, Quilicy, und lluliliilial and ft. Jisvpll
At Chicapo for ftnclnc. Kenrwha, Milwnulcle. I,n
cros.c. Ht. Paul, Pl-airio till Clilen, Hock Jelaiid and
The 8-tn P.M. Train iimkes direct connection nt
lominsport wllh IjoKniisiairt, Peoria ami lliirllnittoii
Bailnwil,for (llliuiin. Kl Pnan, Peorln, llnrlliiKt
(Jiiiucy, Ualrsburji, (ialena uud lluulellli, uiakliiK thu
TWENTY-FIVE 3IILES SHORTER
THAN BY ANY OTHER ROUTE,
lOO MIIjES shorter
THAN VIA CHICAGO.
Fare as Low and Time as Quick
as by any other Route.
This is rarlnslrolr a Western nnd N'orlh-western
Boute, linyiim ns tavornlde arrangements v illi con
lectin Bonds ns any other llonte. I'ii-hIih throimh
a hlulil) -cultiriiti d country, with numerous towns
and villiie. It odors to natrons more pleasant art'oin
nuslation for enlely, comfort and Inti riail than uiiir
other Kniilo for the above-named points.
For Tltrouith Ticketa or any lurlhcr inforuiiitlon ho
sure and apply at
169 Wnlnnt-stroet. between Fourth nnd Flfth-Btroets,
near llib.on House;
North-rn.t corner Front and llronilway;
Wgt aldo Vine-street, botwoou Jlurnot House and
ClncIn'imtl'llauitltoii and Dnyton Depot .Flfih and
Oil ISO lUlOIIUVHI .
W. H. SIIIPM AN, Tasscnwr Agent. , ,
nsr"tii,inil.oMH wl 1 cull lor DiiH-uimers by leaving
their names ot either of the Tlckot oitlcc".
felt) vv . II. .,1 1 1 II, st in.
RAILROADS. NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
J55 m imi
SIX DAILY TRAINS J.EAVB THK
Tniind run t .ironic i to t'kvi'iimci, rniiinK)', ju
do and InrtiiiniiptdiH, witlonit rlninee of nun.
Tlironch Tickets mr all Kiwiern. wwicru, norui-
crn nnd .i'rin-wc-Tern run-.
il A. HI. KXl'lf kmm TIIAL1.V iiiiniiiioi .
Tlfchniond. liidiananolw, Latiiyotte, ChlniRo. mid nil
Wcntern citiiw. Cuiini ctn nt Hlchmond with t. aud
. Knml tor l.oBiili-pitrT. eic.
ri'Att A. M. TRAIN for Dnyton, Sprliiftllnlit.
Handunkv, Toledo and ChtiiiKo. Thin tniln iiiakoH
clone coiiiiectioiii with nil trains leavhiR ChtciiKo tho
Mtimo oveninn. ANo contn'ctn at trliia lor Colum-
iif; nt Ift'lli lontnino witn it. i. . n., hi, r ww
ith 1'ltia.hnrir. KairfcWnvnn und ClilraiTo Jtailrotid;
at Ohdi with Clcvclund and Toh'do ltutlnm.l trajtiH
ir (icvvliind: nt Unyton lur (.i-eonviiii, i num, m-
choittorand Mnncl; nt Hnmlltuii for Oxfjrd, etc.
10 A. aH. JSXFIIKW TltAM i'r t luu-n ini
York, nnd nil "Kar. Urn cities. Alo ronnoctr, at front
line for Fittrtlmrg, l'liiladolj-hiu, UulUmotu aud all
Ei uterr. citie. , . ,
;il4W I". TUAI lor linniiium, nu i ni"ii'i,
.oRuiiMnort, Peoria nnd llurliiiKton; aUu lmluuitip-
olin, Tenv Himto nnd Ht. Lonis.
."Jllltl ir. ill. TltAl lor nuyion. npriiiKiii'in.
Bollefontnlnc, Lima, l-'urtWflvne and ObkiiK"; con
nect at l)l1iTontniiie uith 11. & 1. II. it.; ahto at
Hamilton for Uxlnl aim couoce i orncr.
llt.'IO 1. 31. JiXl'lCKW TUAI1 ior ' icvc-
land via D"luwiin': for Dimklrk, llutlalo, Boaton.
New York, and all Kactfrn riticn. Aln, conucoU at
Cr"tliiio for rititsburtf, i'biladulplila, Ilaltlmore and
nil Tsimtrrii cltit n. t ,
t u -to I 1.1.. Iciivcri diiilv. ercetH baiuntuiM. . yiii
othvr triiinH leave daily, ercciti Hvnday.
Ynr further inrormtitioii aim urn ens npnij in mo
Ticket-otllcea: North-east comer Front and Brotwl
wny; No. Ititt Walunt-tieet, near tiiliMon Houne; nt
the new Ticket -olhco, on tlio west aide of Vine-Mtie.t,
Iwtwpen IMHtolliou und lluinut Uouhu; or at the Sixtli
street Depot. ',.,, a i
IH' If. PIV, UiVIITjil i rlln:i lllitii'iiit.
Little Miami Columbus and
Three Trains Daily.
TWO THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
DAY EXPIH5SH AT 10
jIj A. .M., couni'fts via Coluiulms and t'lcvcliiml; via
i iiui'ii." v i A..I i ,, r , . Also, for 8or ticllrlil. This
tniln stops iM'tw seu Cinciliuutl uud Columbus, nt all
,htsot'l TiVaVn Cotumlins Aretmimrslatlon
nt 4lll) V. M. Tills train steps Ht all elation be
tween t;li,clnuatl and Columbus, and Cliuinnutl and
THn't'liTItAIN-NlKht r.jr "M1i:0 P
M., connects via Columbus uli'l lleliilf 1V hi ilinRi;
viiw Columbus, Crustlilin uud J'ittolntl if ; via tnluiu
1ms, Stcubonvillo und Plttsbursi via Columbus und
Clriveliiiiil. . , x- i ,
This Train stops nt Lnvolanil, Morrow, Xenia uud
IWThe Hay Kxpresw runs tlirouh to tlevelanil,
Whet-llu ami Pittsburg, via Stctibelll illf, without
'H"'."', , ,..,...,.
1 IK- ."MHItl rXpri'rt. IIIUII irHIIIH viliaa.((ti..aa 1 a -
30 P.M. runs daily, except Saturday. Uie other
Train run daily except uiidiiyif. ,
Fur all iut'ui -inutimi and thruutih tkketn to umton,
New York, lMiiladilphiu, llaltliuura, WaHhiinztoii.
ItutTalo, N ifisT ii it KulK Dunkirk, ClvviJand, rlttn
bnrfl. Wheeling and all tlie Eatiteni placcK. npply at
I lie elm-en: iiinui-nii eev iiouHe, jmm-i nuu-r,
in t Via Thit-ti.Mtrift. itoiith-4arit corner of Broad
way and Front -MtreatH, and at the Kimtern Depot.
Train.- run by ('aluiubiut time, which U auveu miu-
uten funter thyn Cincinnati time.
OmnibuFteit fall for paitnontfv by leavln dirortioiu
at thu Tlckot Oihce. J. D tit AND,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORT LINE RAILROAD.
Shortest Route by 30 Miles.
TTO CIIANOE OP CARS TO INIUANAP-
ni. IK. nt uhltli nhicc it unite, v ith r,ulri)i.iln
for aud fruin all nointH in th-Weit and North-went.
THHKK l'ABSKNUER THAINri
Tenvo (iuriniiatl dally from the foot of Will aud
il.Mi A. M. f'fllf'AflO MAIL. ArTlre at III-
diiiii'ipolih at 12:1(1 I. M.j l.'hieaKO at UKKi J. M.
i'-ii-la V .!. lerre ilium- unu iiaiu eire Atci'm
mii.i"n nrrivef nt ludiauapullrt at fi:U 1. M.
il5 P. M.-i:llirAiO KXPHKSS.-ArriveH at
Iiniiiiniixlir. at 12:1.) A. M.; Cliicagn at in:3u A. M.
Hle.'piuij Cam are atta- hed to all nijiht-tiHiiia un
thii line, and luu tliiouijlt to t'hicujio without
oltitnee of cam.
tJBo Mire yon are in the Hunt tlcket-omro neforo
you purchaitu your tlekutti, and ak lor tickets via
iiHwreiiceburtC and ludiauaixilid.
Fare the name, aud time Mliorter than by any other
limraatfe cherked thrnuKll.
THIUiUlill TD'KK'I S, K""d until uh.mI, can be oh
tained at the ticket ulH en, at Hpeucer Iloiitte corner.
North-weit corner of Broadway and Front; No. 1
Uuntet lloiiKe enrner; at the Wnlnut-Mtreet House; '
No. 6 Kant Third-Btieet, and at Depot Ultlce, foot of
Mill, n Front-street, where all jiiHjyuaai-y iufurina
tlou can U had.
Oiuuihuruiti run to and from each train, and w ill
call fi.- piirtben ('' t all lu-tvlo, and ull piirta of the
city, hy leaving addreiw at either ojlice.
Jal7 II. LOUD, President.
COMMENCING DECEMBER 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
TWO pAITsV TRAIN FOR VI N.
CKKNKH, Caiio and tit. Loul at 7t'20 A. M.
ami i:,o i. h.
ihvw dally tniiim f..r LouUvflle at JMQ A. U...
J V. M. and 7'AQ P. M.
' One train for bvantivMle at Tt30 P. M.
The traiiix eonuect at Ht. Lms fir all polnU In
Kannaa and jNi'branka, HauiiU'iil, Qulncy and Keo
kuk; at Kt. Louis and Cairo for MeiupuU, Vkkubuig,
Natehex aud New Orleaim,
One throutih train on bundny at TtMO P. M.
Jlt'turninu, fiint line leaven Kaftt Ht. Loult, Kunduyn
at IttfSO A. M.a art-ivlnflr at (Jiuclniuitl Ht
preKM tiiiin leaven ti. i.oum dully at 4 I. M., ar
rlvlnif nt Ciuciunatl nt Ht'ift A. M
For thmuKh ttci.etn to all poluiit Went and South.
fleam apply at theollicei: Wuiniit-ntn et IIduh.". be
wein Sixth and tiVHiith-utreeth; No. 1 Uuriii.t HoUm-,
corner ofHcej Nuith-wrnt oomer Front a ltd Itruad-
J'ay; (tpHiuer Monte Dllice, and at (lie Depot, uuiur
rout aud Mill-itreeta, Oinnllnitier. mil for pnxtieu
ge. - ' W. II. CLEMENT!,
ocW General ljuperiuteudtjut.