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THE PEESS.
T II I' Kill) AY , NOVEMBER t
THE MELODY OF NATURE.
BY CAPITOLA.
Hark I 'ttstlie 'erhyr'a breath , '.'
That whispers soft and low. .....
or I lie (UsUQt groves where the wild bird llnge
, And thegentlu violuts glow; ,
Aud the drooping flowers smilo, '
Aud the heatoilhriiw is fanned, .
Anil by a aiug of Paradise, . '
Or tlio wave of au angel's hand.
llark '(in the brooklet's tone,
Aud it speaks ol the distnut fount,
And tho lit 1 1 e spring that gushes forth,
Away on the silent mount.
And nil day long iu the forest shade, '
Wo dream of onr childhood's bliss,
When our tiny life was so week and small,
Yet brimming with joy at this.
Hnrk! 'tit the gentle dove, ' ' ',
Low cooing to its young;
It teaches liuioceni'e and lore , , ' ' " '
Its little flock among.
And we thiuk of our own loved neat . , '"
Heneuth ths sheltering dome.
W here the very soul may seek for rett
In the sweet delights of home. .
Hark ! 'tis tke ocean wave t,
That breaks en the distant shore. ' ,
' And wethiuk of those iu their unseen graves i
Who Khali come to see ue ne more
But a mice from the better land . 1 '
Uoyond tbedark waves foam.
Tolls the weary one of a Mighty Haud .
f hm may guidebis vessel eosie.
Hark '. 'Hi) the human voice
J it wordso!" gentleness,
In pity'skliHemigun'rous tones
That seek the ewJ to Vless.
.. 'lie"harpof lhou,uiI airings." ,
And touch of htnwan l.e.
To the. '-lost asjovovHty .
Vibralosniu. re, .irt,,, ,
As the golds..
Dark! His the Uetv?1c,'jri
And they echo back tti.
From Of ury tuneful harp H
iiyi.
t rom every niu aim piain.
Aud thorqis joy unspeakable
piain
til iiigniiuinorMiuiriu,
that yet may a note of Paradise
liosoundon this fallen earth.
Superiority of the Heart to the Head.
Henry Ward IJeeoher, in a late lectru'9
ou "Iloads and Hearts spoke Uiub:
The truths of the world might be di
vided in their relations unto mon into two
classes; the truths for the head and the
truths for the heart; "and the evidence for
each must be presonted respectively to the
head and to tho heart Yet men differed
so much from each other that no one moaa
of argument eould produoe a like convicj
tion in all. Thousands of men aflsentod
without believing. The most active forces
fo human life were latent, latent as
heat was, as magnetism was, as the formitf
tivo processes of the assimilating powers
of the body wero. The body was like
Solomon's 'I'cinplo; it grew up without
sound of hammer or instrument Just
ho with man's soul. Its tendencies wero;
not gross enough for vocalization or even
tor analysis. In view of this he asserted
tlm iiiirnitv of the fcelines of the heart
!lo stood up for the heart against the
bigotry of the head. It was tho fashion of
modern metaphysical civilization to aug
ment the dignity, of. modern metaphys
ical philosophy, to crown intellect at the
expenso of tho emotions. I t was needful
i'or truth and even for good morals that
we should understand, in regard to tlio
litrgest dements of truth, that God had
decreed that tho heart should be the
legislator, and that the head should ro
cord its decisions. The feeling of lofty
things lay back of the thought No man
could think courage who did not feel it
first No man thought honor. Uo felt
honor, and then he thought
' That ho folt,and thon thought, waB the
origin of all moral and sooial truths.
The topic of moral truths was always in
tlio heart. Our best judgment of those
truths wero those which tho mind made
when most perfectly suffused with that
truth. Th head was only a lantorn; tho
heart was the light that was in it Intui
tions, properly Jrcgardcd, were the best
judges men had in the world. Those
"truths of feeling to which he referred were
thoso of which we Bpoke every day. - They
woro the truths of human life in its anterior
processes. lie would not deny the reason
ings on the results of fooling; but, as the
liotanistnover created flowers, but followed
God, gatherod and described them, so tho
intellect never 'Followed truths and never
found them out except as it followed tho
.heart soil for thorn, and found how they
grew there. The truost toaching was that
by which the feelings were expanded,
'rhis was the revcrso of the doctrine of the
schools, which said that man were to be
indoctrinated first and to feel afterward.
I tut it was the heart which must teach tho
understanding. No man ever thought well
while under tho inspiration of the animal
passions and appetites, while under the
control of selfishness or malign feelings.
Night living and right thinking were cause
and effect, and right feeling was right
thinking. The heart was the gold mine; it
furnished tho metal; the intellect forged
it into chain; the heart was the architoct;
logic was only the stone mason or joiner
who put the stono-or wood together.
They who felt that they might think, and
think that they might feel again were the
truest moral philosophers, and if there
wero any of them whose eyes must bo
shut, let them shut up thoso of the head,
and obey those of the heart
Tis Zouaves in I'rocession. Compact
as a rampart stalks the haughty Guard,
proud of the rusty shako and the white
Hcamed coat Behind, wo catch, bobbing
in tho distance, the turbans of the Zou
aves. - The excitement of the roofB and
garrots is appalling.' Ladies lean fran
tically ovor the balconies; gentlemen oast
clouds of cigars into tho open space, as
tho croat Zouavo drum-major throws his
stick hi-ih into tho air, catches it twirls
it round and round upon his finger, twists
it bolfufd his back, and jotks it forward
ovor' his head, ' all to the time of the
drums, and walking at a brisk pace ! He
mokes a groat soneation, to which he ap
pears to bo supremely indifferent just as
indifferent as the majestic dog at his side
is. To be the dog of the Zouaves of the
titiard, is to be the king of dogs. And
tho dog, marching before all Pans, with a
docoration upon his proud canine chest,
and his general miliary costume, is eijual
t his brilliant desf ny. You Qan see it in
the solemn step with which he heads his
battalion, and in tho lofty calmness with,
which he meets the cheers of tho popu
lace. The ddst of 1 taly is upon his paws;
powibly the fleas of.,ltaly are in his coat
Ho mav well be croud to head the batal-
linnthut struts boldly behind him. Ue
can even afford to look down upon the'
goot of the Chasseurs. Made for fight
ing, handling muskets as lightly as tooth-
.picks,' self-sufficient everywhori, lissom
"as osiers, batient under a butnmc sun.
anil with a keen sense of the enjoyment of
fighting, and the pleasure of tl Jwing hu-
man flesh with tnpse long, Droaoi-sword
bayonets, these f ouaves look terrible.
A vert Prko-ooious Chiid. Wo hear
much of precocious children; but the most
prcinaturely-giitea oeinginas History or
ny
Alnin (lanillff thfl HV1
man, whose birth is
said to have been the result of his own
prayers.
BUSINESS" 'CARDS
HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIYT5 GALLERY, cor
ner of Fifth and Western-row. Photographs,
Melatnotypee and Anibrotvpes takcu cheaper than
elsewhere in the city, (hi Colored Photographs
man's of all sizes, from life to the smallest miniature.
Picture neatly set la Lockets, Dreust-pins, Fluger
rings and Braoelets. All work warranted,
iiolo-ey A. 8, BLOOM. Artist.
Door Locks,
k. r. car and switch locks,
, ' Boor and Gate-Springs,
house bell materials,' !
Silver-plated doou-plates,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
'the public are respectfully Invited to call and ex
amine the various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
', GKOKGE itloGllEGOK,
,no2cn Kol l33 Fifth -street, 2d. door froniBace.'
OANDY! OANDTT
: (buooessor to Mrul 00.)
Mnufaetnirer ud Wholesale Dealer
';. ,: . : -in- )
5K AND PLAIN CANDIES,
tO MAIN 8TKFET,
CINCINNATI
. oiylT
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
l:4 MAIM HtiUkKl', DIN 01 rATI, 0.
KITREDGE& FOLSOM,
it St. (Jhar les street, 11 ew. Orleans, La.,
Importers ortism 6c Sportlnsr ApporntEnC,
"HD DBA I. It aS IS Utnt FOWnRK.
K AILROAI) MOTEL,
(Frontli ig tU e Steamboat Landing.)
Worth- east Comer Broadway aud Front.
' . , ciiraisiUH, omo.
. B. y L"flVE,RniG, Proprietor. I
WM. M0RESH0U3E & CO.,
MS NOrACTDRI a AtTO DtAtKBS IN '
FUKNITURK, .CHAIRS, AND AUi
kinds of I lattresst'S and i)liliu, ut ttie old
stand. No. 136 t ycaniore -street, coat sldo, between
Fourth and V lftli-treU, seventu store above
Fourth-street. Jliurcli l'ews lined aud cushioned.
All orders prom pity attended to. ool-cm
H. CA1MPBEH. & CO.,
MANUFAC rtJBEKS OF BAR, SHKET
and Boilei Iron, Plow Slabs, Rai broad Spiku
Bto. Also.A,
enl s lor (lie nieui jniiuuii nnr iiniie
o. 1.) Inst Second Street, Olucluust 1
Warerooms J
0 Sr AU kinds Ir it i made to tntt.
lot
MZEXimnv BYL, i
(LEANER 01? SIHKS ANA) VAULIrf,
J No. 9a Hixth-sl reet, lietwwn Vine and Race, in
the Uedi.:nl Collext (Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may fftTor him with their patronage,!.' an rely ou punc.
tnalltyand low prices. si'pl-ay
Money! Money! Money !
PAWNjBROKER'S OFFICE.
Removed irsim ii West idxtb.atreet.
1. WONKY LOAKEDOH WAICHES. JEW-
1'JIkLRY and fll klmla of MorchaodiSB, t low
.at Ho. 13 Vlns-strent, Vtwen
rates of interest,
ronrtatMKUjb
Book Binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCURS. KO. 8 EAST
Fourth-street, betwten Main andttrcaino, 01 .
cinnati. ,
M-ite.blndlncIn tfetjrityl. Bnsli, Hooks nea.
ly and durably bound. . UUOFi'KR.
riy2?-8mf
p nTi7Ai elphia
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 81X FIFTH-8TUEET. SODPHSIDK,
(Near tho corner of Vine,)
C. I VICKEitS, Proprietor.
Oysters and Game served in sll styles. Steals at all
hours. nolcni
MEDICAL CARPS,
SPECIALLY TREATS DISEA6E8 0?
-EiTHK SKIN, -RHKl'MATISM, PIHKABUS OF
WOMEN, and sncb Chrdnie ccmplalnta as may be
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopathio system
of hisofflce. ' , '
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercnry, Tur
kish, Busslan and Electro-Chemical Batin, a DIs
pessary of Medicine, aud every manner of Klectrio
and Magnetic Apparatus.
HO. M WK8T BBTKSTH-STRKBT.
sHTOIBca hnrs A. M. toll V. an19-tlj
11. S. REWTONj W. D.
Offlco, 90 West Seventh Street,
llTWIUlf TIMS AMD IAOB
86
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
Ornoa Ke. 90 West Seventh street, between Vine
and Baoe. Kebihencs-No. 53 Seveuth afreet, t-
ween Walnut aud vine, union uouau ,)t to
A. V : ltn 1 P. M.: 7 to a P.M.
DENTAL CARDS.
WM. M. HUNTER,
DENTIST,
nc 'Jfltj Vine-street.
0. I0N8ALL.
H. A. SMITH
SMITH.
B U It 3 A I. L
DENTISTS,
Be. I1M Weat I x ( b s 1 r e I ,
()IM(I1NMTI' sepl-cu:
J. TAFT,
. (Snocessor to Knowlton A Taft.)
DENTIST.
No. fttt Weat Jfoarth ft bet. Walnut cV Vine
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
sep2
S. L. HAKIM.
Drs. UAMLEK
B. B. SUITS.
SMITH,
id Hsixr 1 m t m ,
No. 9 VVcct Fourth SU
178
I.WABDLR. J. SODUHTI.
DBS. WARDLS & DOUGHTY,
3D N T X S T m ,
OffiM No. lS8VTst Fourth atreat,
OINfHNNATI. OHIO
JEWELRY
II. P.
New
I2L1AS
Wholesale
WATCn&JfiWELMlIOVSB
1 16 West Fourth Street,
Where can be had every article appertaining to tb
Business at a tnnek less prloe, for OAall, than
has ever before bees offered in this mnrkst.
01VI US A CALL '
And see for ypysslves. -
WMV WH I TAKER
' J KWELEB,
So. MX S. X. Cor. Fifth 1 and lodge streets, betwe
A good assortment of UILVEBandPLATiCD WAV&,
HPKOTACLS, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special attention xireu to Cleaning and Repairing
Watohea and Jewelry. inylO
BEGGS V SMITH, Ko. 6 West 4 th St.
ARK NOWRKCEIVINa ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry.
Silverware end Diamonds.
AtiO-
A tine assortment or Plated Tea gets and Or.tlery
and Opera Olaeses. in
MISCELLANEOUS.
gPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I
SPALDING'S PRKPABKD GLUEI
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUEI 1
SAVB TBJB MUCKS! . I;
ECONOMT! " ' BI8PATCIU
or "A Htltch in Time Saves Nlse,
Aa accidents will happen, even in well-regulated
lauiilits, it is very desirable to have some cheap and
convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crock-
ery.Ao.
SriLDING'8 PilEPARED GLUE ,
Meets all such emeritencies, and no household can
afford to be without It. It is always ready and up to
the itlckng point. There is no longer a necessity for
limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls and
broken cradles. It is Just the article for cone, shell
and other ormuuental work, so popular with ladles
of refinement and taste. '
tills admirable preparation Is used cold, telng
chemically held in solution, and possessln gall the
valuable qualities of the best cabinet-makers' glue.
It may be used in the place of ordinary mucilage,
being vastly more adhesive.
"USEFUL IK EVERY HOUSE."
N. TS.k Brush accompanies each bottle. Pries
JScente.
Wholesale Depot, No. 3(1 Plnlt-etreet.N. Y.
Address II ENRV C. SPALDING Sc CO.,
Box No. 3,60U New York.
Tut up for Dealers in Cases ontainlng four, eight
and twelve dozon-a beautiful Lithograph Show-card
acoompauylng each package.
r A single package or SPALDING'S PRE
PARED GLUE will save ten times its coat annually
to every honsohold.'K'O
Sold by all prominent Stntiouers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Fiirnituro Dealers, Grocers snd Fancy
Stores, I
Country Merchant should make a no to of SPA IiD
INti'3 PREPARED GLUE, when making up their
list. It will stand anycllmate.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE.
BPALDINQ'S PREPARED GLUE,
I SOLD BY STATIONERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. '
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD 11 Y HARDWARE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED OLUB,
SOLD BY HOUSE-FURNISHING STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUEI,
HOLD BY FURNITURE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, ;
SOLD BY FANCY-GOODS DEALERS.
KrALDlNG'3 PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY GROCERS.
1
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENERALLY
Manufactured by - , 1
HENRY V. SPALDING oV. L'fj.i :
UO I'lntt-at., New York,
Address Postolhce, Box No. 3,600.
Annexed is an Alphabetical List of Articles which
If damnged, may bo restored to their original
(length and usefulness by
SPALDING'S PREPAK.KD GLUE.
A...
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E.
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O...
H. ..
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....Jlends ACCOUNT BOOKS..
.I.Mende UCRKAtm
....tleuds CRADLES ,..
...Mends DOLl.iS
...Men, Is KTKGKKKS
...Mends KANH.
A
r.y.::r,"7."c
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Mends ITAliS u
.... Mends llAiirs .. 11
...Mends INLAID WORK I
...Mends JARS it eM attests iteettittoe u
...Monds KNOUS K
...M. nds LKATUEK WORK ........I,
... Mends I1IH110H-FUAMES M
...Mends NEWEL POSTS N
...Mends OTTOMANS 0
....Mends PIANO-FORTES P
...Mends QUU.T-KRAM ICS Q
...Mends UOCKING-HOR8ES K
...Mends SOFAS S
..Mends TAD LES.,,... T
...Mouds UMBItKLLA-BTICKS V
...Mends VASKS V
...Mends WOBK-BOXES W
J.k.
L. .
M.
N..
P...
ii:::
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T...
U...
V...
W.,
X...
Y...
'I...
A...
I...
..Mends XYLIWItAPHIC-WOIlK. X
...Mends y AKii.NTlCKH , 1
..Mends ZEPHYR WOOD-WORK V5
...In concluaion. SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLUE is useful iu Libraries and Schools,
,...S Monds STERKOSCOPES 8 I
,...P Mends PITCHERS .,,..P 3
,...A Mends ACCOItDKONS L.A 3
,...L Menrts LETTER-SEALING, L 4
,..!...... Mends l)AiKiEKEOTrpt Cisa D b
...I Mends IMAGES ., V....I ....
,...N Monds NKW BREAK AGES......... ,N 7
Mends GUN-STOCKS G 8
...U Mends SCHOOL-HOOKS S 9
,...P Mends PARASOLS P 10
,..R Mends RULERS R II
...IS Mends Eiectricai, Machines E 12
...P Mends PAi'BK-IIANOlNUS P 13
...A Mends AltM-CIIAIRS : A 14
...It Mtnds RICKETY FUIINITUBS..K 16
...K. Mends ERASKB HANDLES E Hi
...1) Mends DESKS D 17
2...
3...
4...
V..
Ii...
7...
8...
V...
1IU
II...
12...
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II. ..
IS...
III. .,
1...,
I.
IS....
.G Mends GLOBES G 18
,.L Mends LOOSENED LEAVES L 19
...U Mends Urnoi stereo Fubnitvbb...C 211
..K Mends EGU-UHAHiH3................E .21
20....
21....
22...,
23....
Monds ACORN-W0RK..M 22
.Mends I'ULSS-HUAIIUS 23
Monds FIDDLES 24
Mends SHELL-WORK..... .25
!4..
25...,
20...,
27....
Monds FILLET-WORK
Mnuils IIORBY-HORSKS 27
.... Mends K ALKIODSCOPKS W
Mends MONEY-BOXES .29
Monds PICTURE Kit AMES 30
Monds SECRETARIES Jl
Mends VENEERING ... J2
Mends SCHOOL FURNITURE M
Mends PAI'IElt MACHE iW
Mends WARDROBES 35
...riends PARIAN MARBLE ......Ki
Mends CRIBS 37
Mends IIAHV-J1TMPERS 3
Monds IVORY-WORK M
Monds MATCH -SAFES 41)
Monds PICTURES ........4I
Monds gUlLL-WHEELb 42
Monds TOWEL-RACKS 4:t
Mends WASH STANDS .44
Mends BKIiSTKADS ....4f.
Mends DHCKIS , 4-i
Mends CHESSMEN 47
Monds BALLOT BOXES 4H
Monsd HERBRICMS 40
24...
29..,
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.11...
32..,
3.1...
3)..,
36...
37...
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3i...
40...
41..,
42...
4.1..,
44..
41p.
4fi...
47...
48...
4!l...
Ml..,
5i...
52..,
Mends BACKGAMMON BOAKDS 'iO
...........Mends BAN l)HO.ES.. 51
AIMKU Ul.AUK-lldAKIJb Wl
53...,
. ftienils BASS-VIOLS ...fa
M..,
Monds BI LLIARD-TAliLll.il..... 64
Monds BILLIARD-CUES IW
, Mends BIRD-CAGES Mi
...
37...,
....Jlomls ilKUOMHTlt KS. .,67
....Monds BO'tK-CASES 68
.19..,
Mends BOOT-CRIMPS 69
monds HKUHH-HAH UhKS W
Monds BRUSH KS 61
Mends CABINETS ...Its
, Mends CHURNS ...63
Mends CLOCK-CASKS ..li4
.........Mends CRUTCHES 66
Mends CU 11)0 A R US....... 66
Mends CURTAINS .67
Mends OA SIM1B......... M
lil...
H2.
M..
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(IT..,
117...
M...
IW...
70...
71...
Mends CADPIK fill
Mends CAMERAS 7)
Mends OH A I KS ,,7
Monds CHARTS 72
, Mends CLOTH KS- FRAMES........ ..73
Mends C A ItD-CASES........... 74
Monds CHESTS... .76
Blends DIARIES 76
Mends WORK-STANDS 77
Mends DIIAUGHT-BOAUDH 7S
Mends DISHES.. 7
Mends DIVANS ,..m
Meuds DICE-BOAEd..,.....;....... ...Al
Mends DOCKS .........;..Ka
72...
73...
7...
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7...
7.1...
7'.i...
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2...
W...
SI...
Mends DOMINOES.. J
.....Mends FIBEHOABDM 84
......Mends FLUTES
...Mends BALI.OSTRADKS.. 86
Mends GLASSWARE ,.,....87
Mends HANDLES i ....,s
Mends GUTTAP KUCHA-WAKE .
Mends KITES jo
, Mends TOPS t
Mends ORGANS .........18
Mends MODELS.... M
Mends SEWING MA0H1N ES vt
, Mends PANELS ,m
Monds PASTEHOARD-WOIIK
, .Mends PATTERNS w
Mends SIDEBOARDS.... 04
Monds WOODEN-W A KK .,...,.9
......Mends WILLOW.WARE..A... ,.,.,,100
SPALDING'B PREPARED GLUE, : :
SOLD BY STATIONERS. ' ,
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, : "
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. , , , '.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, ' ' '!
KOLD BV OROOEBS. ; "
Z , SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, I .
COLD BY HARDWARE 8TQRE8.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLtlE,' 1 ". '";
SOLD BT HOUSE-FURNISHING STORES.' '..
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, ' r . , "V
HOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GKNKRAXLT
.Mauufactur.d by . '
HENRY C. 8PAIDIN0 & CO., '
30 Plutt-street, Nevr York.
Address Posloflloe, Box So. 3,oiio, , -
Put up In cases containing either Four, Eiglitor
Twelve Dozen each a boautifol Lllhographlu Show
Card accompanies each packsRS.
nolSdtDocUooSatay.)
SEWING MACHINES.
The JLatt-st Improvement
' BROWN' SUUTTjLE ' .'.'',
SEWING MACHINES!
MANUFACTURED, rBY..;THB. OHIO
Hewing Machine Company, 40 West Fourth.
street, exprotiily adapted for Faini)y Use, Dress Mak.
Ing, Gaiter Fitting and Tailoring. Warranted to
give perfect satisfaction or the moue returned. Do
not tail to eiaiuiue before purchasing. Extra in
ducements offered to Agents.
. L. BROWN, Agent, '
no4-em ; 40 West FoutLh -street.
LADD, WEBSTER cc CO.'S
. LOOK STITCH . ,
SEWING MACHINES.
80 West Fourth-stroet,
Between Vine and Walnnt-stroets, CinolnaaU.
WT Send for a Oironlar. ' ' e?1
$30. $SO. . $30. $30.
f:'MOORHS,;
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitoh
rur
SECURED BY BECENT LETTERS PATYNT.
THIS MACHINE ' HAS BEEN PRO
NOUNCED by all competent lude. who
have seen It, to lie the best nud most desirable Fam
ily Sewlug Machine ever Introduced, reejardleae
of urine. It will sow all kinds of family goods,
from tho very thickest to the very finest fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. e to 200.
, No olllaaaed on topof the Machine.
Send fore circular, or call and see it In operation.
Cpon early application, State and County Rights nosy
be seonred. . ; , . .
Anesergetio person can make a fortune In a snort
time. Agents wanted in all unsold territory.
. M. !. IHi.BT.MAN,
SV.leandexclnplve agent for tlio United States,
sepUfnit !' Weat Fourth-street, Otnctnnatl.
Day's MedalJobber.
W.'T.&S.D.DATftOO.f
' Maimiacturcrs and Dealers in
PRINTING PRESSES,
. (BOTH HAND A1JD POWER,) '
And nil bind ol Trtntingr ninterlnls, Nos.
173, ITS nnd IT7 West Beeend-street,
CINCINNATI, OniO.
I SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
A to our MEDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months we Lave introduced them into fonrr
teen different States of the Union, wilh the grenteat
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power Is
applied to the center of the platon ; counmiuently
thero is no possibility of its springing from any
amount of pressure. The motion is so transmitted
to it as to rausn a dwell on the point of con wot with
the form, lusurinir A, PERFECT IMPRESSION at
yrt,,iito?'Biwk .... .,.,. .w....
Timers in want 01 ine dksi jvoub. buouiu
tiftt niirr.linnA oleewherA wKhnllt fflvillff this an ex-
aiuiuation. They are strong, durable aud rapid, and
are ivABiiaiMtu 10 give me most ouuro sans-
ractinn. ' . uijf
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at last just whattUe Ladles have lougneedeo
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra.
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb, Painful Menstru
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; iufact, a perfect cure
is gnarrauteed by the use of from two to five bottles
of the Elixir, of any dlneaflewhutevor of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
luatterof bow loiigstauding. Price tl per Bottle.
Madame EL Lis calls particular attention to the
followlug Card of one of the most prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati.
"To th Public ash the Lapim ir Pabthwi-ab.
We, the undersigned, are not iu the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; hut knowing well the
Lady Physician, aud tho medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend It to all females
suffering from Female Diseases of any kind; it is
purely vegetable, and In no cose can do injury; wt
By to all try, nnd our word for it, you will nud re
lief. F. D. HILL, Druegist,
aep27 "Corner of Fil th aud Race-streets."
A L 8 0
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
LATING COUGH AND LIVER BALSAM
cures, without fail, tuuus in the Breast, Back,
Hide or Limbs; Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty of Breathing, Headache, Flatulency, Heart
burn, Chronic Rheumatism, Billions Ouollc, Cramp
Cholic, Griping Paius of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and in Pain
ful Menstruation It Is a certain cure, and gives
immediate relief. In any of the above diseases
It will give relief iu twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the usoof two bottles. 0nly60cents
per bottle so obeap that every person can get it.
.1. ...fur B1W If J Ul.UU, 11 ll31s.,vuluo,
of Kaceand Fifth-streets; J. D. PARK; corner of
Fourth and Walnut; BUIlirc, kckstk,i 4T vo.,
corner Vino aud Fourth; JOHN DICKSuK, corner
of John aud Sixth; PAUL KEINLKIN, corner el
Eighthand Freeman. Also, EDWARD SCAN LAN
ft CO., corner of Main and Fourth; and Madame
ELLIS, 24 East Fourth. iop27-ay
, ILIXL'S IMTJEWT.
THE MOST UEOABtE FIFE AND
BURGLAR PROOF 8AFKS. They have given
more satisfaction than any other now in nan.
We offer a reward of ONK THOUSAND DOL
IiAKH to any person that can, up to tho presont
time,showa single Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents,
With this SAFE we chullonno all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and aro willing to
test with any establishment :in the Union, and the
party failing first, to forfeit to tho other, the sum
oft2,min.
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer In the United
States. '
Hecond-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Werespeetfully invite the public to call and exam,
lne our stock before purchasing olsnwhoro.
HALL, CARROLL A CO.,
ngU-ayt ' Woe. 16 and 17 Mast Colombia Btrog
Wt B. DODDS,
Tormerlyof HalI4)oddsaOo.;IaU Urban JloddsACo,
W. . Dodds Co.,
kUCUTAOTTSiaa Qt TU i ,
OO NO RBVI''
Fire and Burglar Proof
33 JfiL TP XZ) 33 1
9. W. Corner of Vine Second Streets.
' This lB the most reliable FIRE AND BUItOLA
PROOF SAFE that is made In the United States, and
le warranted perfectly l'ros from damp. Can be told
at lower prices, and It of letter workmanship than
can be found eltewhee. " 1
We have a large assortment on hand, snd am de
termined to tell at pricet that cannot fafj to please.
Old Sates ,
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND BATES al.
ways on hand at extremely low prices. 07
" J. Jt BUTLER'S
Kicelsior Fluid Inks.
Maim factory, aft Vine Bt. 14
WM.'H. 11AI.DWIN, ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELIA1K AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of the Superior and Common fleas
Courts. Bonk Building, north west cornerof Main
nd Tblrd-ttioets. i - . . not
FlIIILYJSBWlIfiMAtlllBS
QiU'1 :$ B.'t teji3iijr.iaji fetjfPMfT
1,- ' TtTflrtTl a HTITTI .1 I 1
BY STATE AUTHORITY
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
VAgency established In Otndnnatt In 1 an
tedating ell present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies In the Insurance business In this city, ilii
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perienoe,vntrnrise and liberality, especially 00 ca
me ud the .ETNA lusurance Company lo the favora
ble patronaieof this conimunley standing solitary
and alone, the solo survivor and Uving pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of . 1
Iiaiaea paid In Clunlnnntl dstrlnc paat Five
Years, 813l,054 'J7.
Cash CapitalSl,O00,000.
lABSOLCTB AND UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SUHPtUS OV 91,030,423 80.
And the prestige of 40 years success and eeaince,
INVKSTMKNTg OF '
Over $100,000 Id Ohio Securities.
UPWARD OF St'J,000,00l, LOHMKS
Have been paid by the 2Btna Insurance Oompauy In
the past 40 years.
Fir and Inlnnd Nnvliillon. Bisks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Especial attention given to Ineurauce of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 5 s.
Application made to any duly .athorlzed Agent
promptly attondeO to. By itrictactentlon to a legit
imate Insurance business, this Company Is enabled
to offer both indemnity, for the put and seonrity for
tho future. P liclfs Issued without delay by
JAS. H. OA VJ.KR, Agent, No. tin Main street,
A, F. PATOn, Assistant Agent.
H. K. LIND XY. Agont 171 Vint street. v
J.J. HOOK id (.Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward, ant
BY STATE AUTHORITY. !
New Insurance Agency '
, Of Old Established .
OWEWO IVEXS, jrA&ciit
No. 4 Public tanning, li ' r
,: '.: , CINCINNATI, 0. ; ; ,'.'4'.' '
OONWAT INSURANCE CO.,1
of Conway, Mass. j
LAFAYETTE 1NB., CO., I
of Brooklyn, N. Y. . i
HAMPDEN IN8. CO., 1
ol Spriuglield, Mass. f
Cash Assets,
Sitlii.OOU.
t?ash Assets,
8ilf3)0.
Casb Assets,
BOARD OP CINCINNATI REFERENCE:
Hinkle, Guild A Co,, It. A. Uolden A Co..
Wilsou A Jlayilen, Gooilmau & Vornhola
Ktiidlor A lire., N. W. Thomas A Co.,
Latimer, Colbnrn i I.up ton, James Calhoun, Eso,.,
Kimble A Weed.
Risks taken ou the most favorable terms consistent
with solvency.
Losses honorably adjusted, aud promptly paid In
Cincinnati.
OWEN 0WBNSJR., AGENT
(Late Assistant Seo'y Firemen's Ins. Co.)
InoSamt)
CONSOLIDATION
or '
Flic nud Ma.lne Insurance Agencies
or nu
ll J
CP HAKTFORD, Ct'tdN.
Offices: Nob. 171 Vine and 40 Main-streets,
CINCINNATI.
Cnah tniiltnl...
Aaecta
.. $1,000,000 00
..4,0U0,44,- HU
rgIIB UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
-ML Iutonn their frleuds and pa.iujis lliattliey have
this day eiitced inio iiarineiiilii). under tho uanio
and style of CARTER k LINllbKV, as the Fire and
Marine lusuruiice Agents of the Etna lusiuaoe
tlomoany, uf Hartford, Conn., and have tuerefore
cuUNulidated their Hepariito Agencies. For the con
Teni mce of their cuHtomrs aud others, they con
tinue both ottlces, Nil 171 Vive aud No. u Main,
street, whoro tliby will he plimsed to hear from their
friends, nnd trust that the patronage that has hitherto
been so liberally besiowed to each will not diminish
by the union thus formed.
CARTER cV MNOSEY,
J A MEM II. CARTER. 1 ',.
HENRY K. LItN
N I1MKY. I ,
,,Cuiriunuti, November), IWi'. .
nolaiq
WESTEM INSURANCE "COHPANY
OK CINCINNATI.
OFFICE 1ST THE 8ECOJTD STORY OF
No. 2 Front-street, between MutnnndSji'.iniore.
This Company is taking Kire, luluud aud JIariuo
Bisks at current rates of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid. '
DIRECTORS: '
T F Eckert, F Ball, 8 W Pomeroy,
Willium Glenn, W 0 Whltcher, W C Mann.
Robert Mitchell, W II Coinstock, L U K Stone,
Robt Buchanan, CGrthaw, Geo Stall, .
Wm Sellaw, Soth Evans, J H Taaue, ,
Pavid Gibson, H Brachmnn, J U Ielism,
H Clearwater, Thoa K Elliott.
T. F. ECKERT, President,
Stephen Mouse, Secretary. , nog
Fire and Marino Insurance.
Citizens' Iusurauce Company, ;
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Ul RECTORS:
Willltm Woml, IsaaoC. Copelnn,
James V. Cunulnghanj, Byduey 8. Clark,
Androw Erkcubrecher, Joneph Keakirt,
Goo, W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George K. Dlxnn.
ISAAC 0. COPELEN, President;
Gp.o. W.Corn.r.N, Becrutary. '
A. M. B08H, Surveyor. .
Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marlnx
Risks, ou favorable terms. OihceNo. 3 Wtst Tlilrii
strest, Trust Co. Building. noHl.fiti
National Insurance Co.,,
Cincinnati, Oh in.
(Office South-west Cor. Main and Front-streets.') '
Marine, Inland Transportation, and
lire Risks . ,
TAKEN AT CDUB.ENT UATKS.
DIRECTORS: "
John Mnrgoyiio, E M Smith, Robert Moore, '
Wm llopworth, Uinta L Moore, ' M Feohheimer,
FXWiedemer, Ttios Ong, S W Smith,
J L Boss. ThosR Biggs, Henry Ellis.
H. 0. URNER, Ssc. JNO. BTJRGoVNE, fro.
noRbfm P. A. Spuiomaw, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 183!).
CAPITAL. $150,000.
OFFICE NO. 4 FKONT-STRISET. IK-'
SORES aaiost Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of the Sea and luluud Navigation. 1 '.
DIRECTORS: " "'
.1 no. W Hnrtwcll, Allen Collier, William lienor.
John W Ellis, , Jnm.sLupt.oii, , Ohas.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Frazer J W Cnnfleld, ..
D T Woodrow, K M W Taylor, A S Wlnslow.
GSWIIHams, H Mcltfrney, Bowman C Baker.
. . . JOHN W. UAJ1TWKLL. President.
0.. W. WtLUAMs.Serrntarr. . no
i " r: " """ T '( , .sJaiwi
alstsod gii nonvaiiddn. uo )not uttinajio tm
'SJS(toflputeagalqv4"t9'Hu)eg
moio Suiuoii 's4s:4 aiioi.i 'tsuniotui jnmij -eien
rum awiun puc aliiu moq (rpos jHwojteraiUji-wr T
noi ckchis ki aa ina 'sazis aa V
! 'SIlTWPSOil puuxuoo .
"rnxvfs. lain.o'ri
i, Siimou pub SuipniJa d'iqMoa ...
IlOOl irV(4 1 , IIOOFIWCJ
WHB OWTCALT- ELASlTlC HE.
JL TALLin BOOFlNQy Is offered to the pabHc
as tho best and cheapest Metal Roof now tiled, its
merits tested by an experience or years in thit city
aud vicinity. Applied to tlat or tteep, old or new
buildings. No solder uted fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the element!..
Prepared shsets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can lie applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders nromptlr filled,
' i CALDWELL 4 CO, i
'. rrl-f ' ' i. 1M West Second ttreet.
WILLIAM DISNEY,' i ATTORNEY
AT LA W.Obase Buildings Ho, (East Third,
itreot. ..... n . . ,. eep5-T
flft:
MM 111DUM1H1. IU.,
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great and North-western
LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The ghorteet Kosjts between Oincloantl
.'..v.,:,,. and Chloago.
Three PatsengerTralnsleaveOUielnBaMdally, from
Iherootof MIllandFrontstreotJ. -'
i50 A. i).-Clricago Mail arrives at Indianapolis
at H:ltiP. M., Chicago .at WM V. M. Thit train
eouuwta with all night trains out of Chicago tor
the West and North-west; connects at lndianaro
lis with trains for Torre Haute; also with Peril
trains for fern, Logauspurt, Fort Wayne aud To
ledo.. i-
' 1'ii43 P. III. Terra Haute ami Laytayettn Ac.
oommooation arrives al Indianspolisnt tt:16 P. M.,
making direct conneotions at Imtianapolls with La
tayutte trains for liecatur, Spriuglield, .Naples, tiulu
Oy, Hannibal aud St. Joseph.
7 I, ill. Chicago Exprnu arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:15 A. II., making elate connections at Chicago
with all moruiug trains out of Chicago.
Bleeping oars are attached to all tne nlghttralua
on this line, aud run thiough to Chicago without
ohangeof cars. '
, This Is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangement
with all oonnecliig roads throughout tne entire
West, gnarauteos unusual care and the amplest ao
oommodations to the patrons ol this line.
Tho Company's exclusive Telegraph Line It nsod
vi'hen necessary, to govern the movement of trains,
and Loiigliridg(i's celebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger irulus, by which they can bo
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern im
provements necessary for the comfort and safety ot
pwsengerS, the mauagera at this road have liberally
pi-ovided, 1 i- i i. - --, !
Smoking-cars on thlsllno, '
avsTBesureyouarein ttio right ticket otfloe before
ton purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Iiawrenoeburg and Indianapolis.
faro tho same at by any other route. Baggage
checked through. " .. .
THROUGH TICKETS, good until used, can be oh.
talnej at the ticket offices, at Spencer Honso Corner
north-west corner Broadway and Front) No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Walnut-itroet Hoots, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, when,
allnecessary information may be had.
Omnibu.es rut to and from each train, and will
call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, ti) leaving address at either office.
I V .. W. H. L. NOBLE,
noli - ... General Tioket Agent
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
4 IX DAILY TEAINS LEAVE TUB ,
l5 SUth-street Depot.
' Trains run through to Cleveland Bandaiky, To.
Into and lndiauapoiit without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Wostorn, North.
did nail North-western cities.
8 A. ftl. K.XPRES THAIN For Hamilton.
Klclnnoiiil, ludiunapoli., Lalayette, Clncago, and all
Western Cities. Counects at Richmond with 0. and
J. Head for Logauspurt; alio connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
i:tO A. ill. TRAIN For Dayton, Kprlngtleiil,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This trnin makes
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same eveuiug. Also oonnects at I'kii.ina ,ua Co
i.uubi's; at Bellufontaino with B. and 1, R. 1!., East
and West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad K.iat and West; at Clyde with
Cleveland uud Toledo Railrond trains for Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
cheater andMuucio.
IJ A. ill. HXl' &KHH THAI SJ For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Biitlalu, Boston, New
York, and ail Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest- V,
lino for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, aud all
Eastern olties.
3i40 P. H. TRAIN-For Uamllton, nichmnnd,
Indianapolis, Tsrro Hauto aud Saiut Louis; cou
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac.
5:3tl P. m.-TRAIN-Foi; Dayton, Hprliigfluld.
Beliefontalne, Lima, Toledo, -fjetroit, Chicago, anil
all points in Canada. Connectsat Bellefontaiue with
B. and I. U. It., East anil West.
U30 PrM. ISXPRKHS TRAIN For Cleve
lsnd via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
Aew York, and all Eastern cities. Aluo, couuectB at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities. -
BUTIlie night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M.,luivesduily Kxexpr SATUuniTfl. All other
trains leave daily txMvr Humtiavs:
' For further Information- and Tickots. apply at the
i Ticket oUicet-north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket OI9co,on the west side of Vine-street,
tetweenPoetoffio and Burnet House; at the Walnut
street House, lor at the Sixth -street Depot.
uolS ; . D. MoLaBICN. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
; Two Through Express Ti p ins.
IIRST XUAIN DAY BXPEE3S AT 10
. A. M connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Steubouville and Pittsburg; via
Oolumhns, Crestlln and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus and Bel lair (Wheeliuf i. Also, Springfield, tor
Ssndnsky, Detroit, Ac. This train stops between
Cincinnati and Columbus, at all the principal Sta
llone. . .
SECOND TRAIN-Columbnt Ancoramodation
at 4:40 f. 41. This train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, aud Cincinnati and.
Springfield.
THIRD TRAIN Night Express at 11i30 P.
M., connects via Colambus and Bellair (Wheeling i;
Tin Columbus, Oreetllneand Pittsburg; via Colum
bus SUHihanvillo and f ittuburgj via Columbus aud
Cleveland.
Thit Train Itoru at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. SLEEP1N60ARS ON THIS TRAIN.
avsTT)ieDay Kxpresa rnns through u Cleveland,
Wheeling and; Pittsburg, via Bteuhenville, without
Change of cars, ' ''
The NlQUT EXPBKKH Train leaving Cincinnati
at ll:;H)PTM., runs dally, except SATURDAYS.
The other Trains run dully, except STJN DAYS,
. For all InToruiatlon, and 'Ilirough Tickets to Bos
ton, Now York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirls, Cleveland,
Pittsburg,' Wheeling, and nil tho Eastern places,
apply at tho OOtces, Walnut Street House, No. 4 Bur
net House, south-east corner of Broadway and Froat
at rests, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is seven min
utes faster than Ciucinuati time.
' J. DUBAND. Bup't.
Omnltmset call for pasoecgors by leaving directions
at the Ticket Places. , , . .. noH
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
'
THROUGH WITHOOT CHANGE OF CARS.
Two Daily Trains for Vlncennes, Cairo aud St,
Lmils, at 9:11 A. H,, and 8:30 P.M. .
Three Daily Trains for loulsvllle, at (1:00 A.M.,
2:0(1 P. M., aud 6: P. M. -V
One Train for Evansvillo at 8:30 P.M.
The Trams connect at St. Louis for all points In
Kansas nnd Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Ken
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg,
NivtchoJ! and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at :! P. M.
: Hr.TtiBNiNo Fust Line Leaves East. St. Louis.
; Hundays oxcepteil, at 6:60 A. M arriving at Cinciu-
rati at l(l:lt) P(,M. L
i Exrarss Tbjlin Leaves East St. Ionia dally at 1: 10
i Pi 1U arriving at Cincinnati at 6:48 A. M.
FOR THBOCGII TICKETS ,
To all-potnta West and South, please apply at the
nlllces, Wulnut-stroet House, between Sixth nnd
Nevonth-etreets, No. I Burnet House, corner oftlre,
north-wost corner of Front and Broadwnv. Soenrer
I, House Olllre, and atths Depot, corner Frontand Mill
I atroeta. W. H. CLEMENT, Ocn'l. buperintendenl .
uniniunsescaitior pasaengert, . . - - oc.,
-.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
:
.;
!
IiAfaVbttx,
r, v, r, -n iOOANSPOBT,
V" v J J V. PEBU.
KOBT WAYNB
TWO DAltTTHROUflB TBATNaieaveSUtli street
ii. ' ' Depot, at 4 A. H. and 430 Pj. H,
OA. JH.rlK DIAN APOLia, ST. LOCIS A CHIGA
00 FAST EXI'REBS.-Throue direct, making clos
coaneotlousfor sll other Western and North-western
pointik This Train also conneott at Htchmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Xoko.
JJfjtojiuupoii,; tB.Mlf.J.olntji oW.abash Tallsy
3:s0 P.''TII."INDlAHAFOL18, OHIOAOO A BT.
LOUIS NitlliT HIXRKS.-Tke above Trains make
elose oouueoUonsat Iudlanapolit, Lafayette and Chi.
Cttgo, with Trains for Terre Hants, Springfield, Bock
Island, Oalosbnrg, Kenosha, LaUrotse, Jacksonville.
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattuon, Naples.
Oaiena, Uniner. Proirle dq Chleu, Pans, Peoria,
Dnnlelth, Kaeloe, Deoatur, Bloomlngton, Joliet, La
Salle, StjPaul.anil U towns and cities in the North
aWTh rough Tiokett given au4 Baggage ohockel
Forfiirther Information and Through Tlokets, AV-
Jly to Ticket Offlces, north-east corner of Front an .
roadway; No.'lM Walnut street, near Vonrth: al
Knh-.t wrner of Fourth, and Vine ttreet, or at
e Sixth-street Depot. . I.
.ikMfriii 'hTorlatendent.
. 'OunlbWss will call foe r wsrng m, Dr reavin their
naniH at elthejr of the Ticket VQeoi, "
lK I, ' ., ' w-K'Tt?TW. Agent.

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