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T FIE PROS SS.
MATTltDAY DKCK1IBER 3
TIME—A SHAKSPEAREIAN SONNET.
Xlko in :ho .vavesj mak. toward the pebbled shore,
o tin our minute' hnntt-n to tleireod;
Ewholuinejnii placewlth that which goes before,
hi hHliieut tun all I'orwar.i tl contend, .
Nativity onceln thnmainof lioht.
Crawls tu uiaturlty, wherewith lining oruwn'd,
ro.OcI eclipse 'gaiuathls glory Itglit,
Ami time that gave, duth no bn gift confound,
T.uiu ilnth transfix I he flourish tot in youth,
And delvr the parallel' in beauty's brow,
Keedaon the raritl- s or nature' truth,
Ami nothing .lands but for hil scythe to mow.
At il ;it, to tluuwin hop, my vera shall stand,
1'ral.liig thy worth, de.ptte nit cruel hand.
ONLY LOVE ME LAST.
Friend, whiise smile has cuius to lie
Vr- pmt irH ttntti me
Xtt'inuli 1 know! diiiik not rlrst
Ot your In ton bright fountain burst,
.'t 1 ijnevf nt I'nr the put,
Nu YOU.Hllv ltivemi lal.
ii'h' v '' nnv find their joy
li. thflilintl loveot's boy
Civ,, me thai ah loh ywsra huve tried,
liijfipliwt' ant) purified
Such in liravingaioriM anil blast,
Y-.u will bring to meat hut! ..'.'!.;'.
There are lras more fair than mlue
Ev"Sol ui"re b-wltching shine -
oilier hearts more fit, In truth,
For the fwsalou ot your youth
llut thtiir trauaieut empire past,
You will surely love me last!
Wing away your summer timo
find a love in every clime
. Roam In liliorty and Iteht
I shall never stay your night;
Tor I know when all ia pant,
You w ill come to me at last,
Change and flutter as you will,
1 shall suitle sincerely still;
Patiently I trust and wait.
Though you tarry long and late;
Prize your aprlng till It be past,
Only, only leva me laat !
OLLA-PODRIDA.
Melancholy is another name for
tough meat We oare not how imagina
tive a man may be, let him eat two
pickled pigs feet, and he will feel as inan
imate as a sack of coals. What we often
think in mind, is half the time gristle.
A poor fellow says: "In an evil hour
I became addicted to drink From that
moment I have been going down, until
1 havo become an outcast a loafer a
thing of no account: fit for nothing clso
on this earth but to be a member ot Con
gress.." The applauding clamor of the vox
populi let disappointed men say what
they will is, after all, the culmination
and apothesis of famo. Vet the same
clamor rushes witb unreasoning lavish
ncss after books and persons which have
no more claim to fame, than has tbe
smallest newspaper critic who professes
to dispense it
.Judge Day, of Ireland, waa a re
markably tall man, and an intimate
iriend of Sir. Arthur Clarke, who waa
almost a dwarf. It was a standing joke
jvith the wags of Dublin to liken the
collossal judge and his diminutive com
panion to the twenty-first of June, inas
much as they jointly constituted the long
est Day and the shortest knight
""Ain't there no exceptions to your
law about punching a follow?" said a
scamp to a judge. 'VNo.sir; no exceptions
whatever." "Now, judge, I guess you
are mistaken. Suppose, for instance, 1
should brandy punch a man, what then?"
"N o lo vcty in court, sir. Sheriff, expose
this man to the atmosphere."
As wo grow older, it is with hearts
as with beads of hair it is not easy to
distinguish the true from tho false.
Tallyrand, speaking of a well-known
lady, said' emphatically, "She is insuf
ferable!" T tieu, as if relenting, he added,
"Hut that is her only fault"
A man was recently lined for cheating
liiuiMilf. He was charged with using a
steelyard tlmt as incorrect. Jt turned
out time the inaccuracy of the steelyard
defrauded tbe man himself.
It ia a groundless fallacy to suppose
that a child, because he kicks Up a dust,
is like a carpet, that requires to be in
stantly pulled up, and throughly beaten,
before it can be put down.
A gentleman was condoling a lady on
the loss of her husband, but finding that
she treated it with indifference, exciuimed,
"Oh, very well, madam, if that be tbe
way you take it, I care as little about it
as you do!"
A well-known London printer being
called ca to reply to a tor.st, said, "Gentle
man, 1 thank you most heartily. I can't
muke a speech; but 1 can print one as
long as you like."
Mrs. Partington, bearing that a young
man bad set up tor himself, said, "Poor
fellow I Has be no friend that will set up
for him part of the time?' And she
sighed to be youug again.
A woman in Florida, named Cross,
lately gave birth to an infant son which
weighed only one pound. That Cross
wasn't hard to bear.
Two men. Josenh Soarks and Oscar
Flint, were assailed in the supurbs of
Jialtimore, a tew nights ago, by a gang ot
shoulder-hitters. Flint was knocked
down, but his companion escaped by flight
Whon the scoundrels hit Flint Sparks
flew.
Ilr. William Hood waa robbed near.
Corinth, Ala., on the 13th inst. The
Corinth paper says that the name of the
highwayman is unknown, but there is no
doubt that he was llobbin' Hood. 1
Mr. lienry A. Rule says, in a
Mississippi paper, that he has "worked
zealously for the Administration." Now
lot Lira turn and work faithfully against
it. Tis a poor Kule that won.t work
both ways.
A Brief Encyclopedia for Lovers.
-" '- 'Absence. Absence is considered the
great bane and torment of lovers. Bvery
lover writes to his beloved that when
. absent from her, the time lags on leaden
wings minutes are tortured into hours,
hours into days, days into weeks, weeks
into months, months into years, and years
into interminable ages. Existence has
bocome a burden, and he is kept alive
only by the sweet hope of meeting the
r uear object again. , ...
' Attack. A brisk attack is a favorite
phrase experienced at the business of love
making. They nave probably taken
hint from the play, "Faint Heart Never
( Won Fair Laay. Mechiavel gives the
- lover a cue, in his lesson to politicians:
"It intetter," says he' "to Bin through too
much vivacity thau too ranch timidity.
Fortune is a woman, and requires a brisk
,.(,.. I -i (iriA fMritd OlAl'Al'ff nOAnAV IA fMlah
impetuous characters, than to tbe cola
. una circumspect
Beai i y. Beauty has been called "the
I'Owc'r and arms oi woman." Diogenes
. polled it "woman's most forcible letter
"reebmendauon. Carneades represented
it as "a Queen with outsoldiere," and
J lieocntes ear it is a "serpent covered
! . L SnMM mIiSIm m mm ma m st jtnm mm
thor humorously defines it "a bait that as
often catches the fisher as the fish."
N'furly all the old philosophers denounced
and ridiculed beauty as evanescent,
worthless and nmchevious. But, alasl
while they preaohed agaiost it they were
none the less the slaves. None of them
were able to withstand "the sly smooth
witchcraft of a fair young face."
"Fair treases man's imperial race en.nare,
And beauty draws us by a single hair."
A truly beautiful woman is a natural
queen in the universe of love, where all
ritiv a triad tribute to her reien. But it
is nevertheless true, that the geograph
ical standard ot ueainy is vanuus uu
unstable. As Cowley sin-:
"Beauty, thnn wIM MiitBstlnHp,
Who Uot In erry country r.lianKettiy anil":
Horn l.lncU, there Mown, here w.uiy, anil Ihciv
white."
CoNHTAXer. There is soared airtuo
in f.hft wltoluiiOde of love ffhich is more
niliniinVilf than ounHtancv and conjugal
devotion. Without this, all the other
charms, even or female loveliness, seem
worthless. Whatever beauty she may
nnaaoHH. nvan though she mav have the
tinge of Hebe on her cheeks, and the
i j.i!.i . -!.:ii o...
graoe oi an .nei iu tier eieu, win ir
nought, if she is destitute of this chief ex
cellence of lovely woman. '
CootiETTB. A aoouette has been denned
a woman who wants to engage the men
without engaging herself She is a com
position of levity and vanity, whose chief
aim is to be thought agreeable, hondsomo,
and amible, whotnor sne reaiiy is so or
not A witty author compared sucn a
woman to a fire-eater, who makes a show
of handling, and even ohowing live coals,
amir-Vi sii t fan a I Wirt ft finv fl
WIIIUUUIIlCUOlUMfj "J w.pjw. " -
fire. She is always plying the part of love,
without realiziog its passion.
1
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O.S.MALTBY
I DIALKl IN
OYSTERS.
FRESH CAN
OYSTEiBS.
COVE
oyste:
Ell 8.
Spioed Oyster. iC)
PIUKtEDOYSTURS $ZS
rpHB SUBSCKIBER IS SOW RECKIV
X 1N0 DAILY, by tho Atlanta Creaa, MALT.
BY'8 world-renowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oyster .
AlJtO
mab, HermeticiiIlr-aeiM COTE, HPICSD
PIOKLSD 0YSTEB8.
ROSEET ORE, Agent
rr-tf rtemt, ll West rifth-atrxel
OYSTERS.
OAVAGNA'S
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFT11-(4TRKKT.
flHU SUBSCRIBER, IS NOW BEOEIV
M. 1K0 dally, per Express, his aolendid OysteM
HaTitig comyletetf arranijrments la Boltimare, on
the most extensive scnle, 1 will at all times durius
theaeiisou be prepared to fnniwh my friends, "ttl.O
the rest of niaukind," with the moet DKLlCIOtf
BIVALVES Imported to the Queen City. None bm
the Terr best imported . Ureal inducement offered
at this Importing-honae,
i tnts lmporting-Donae.
Order slolicitod and pnimntly filled. Terms cash.
PETER I'AVAUNA.
aeplCt
Sole Importer anil Proprietor.
TODD'S OLD STAND ,
V- 50 SIXTH-STREET. I AM RECEIV-
11 INO daily. HETH'8 Celebrated MAMMOTH
OYSTERS which 1 um nelling at nnprecedeuted
Ioh priov. by case or dozen. I.alera and Families
wauling a very large, fi esh Oyster, will please send
their orders. Attached to this establishment ia a
nice, iiniet, reapectalile Saloon, whereyou can have
Oyitera Cooku'l in every atyle, and served up in a
uiea i and superior manner. (Inaritos !ms thau ataDy
other place locldj JOHN NAIRN,
r
THOS. SMITH'S
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
OYSTERS,
Depot, 93 Hyrnmore-street, opposite tho
Antlonal Theater.
R. C. BOOKING, Agent.
ALSO Dressed Fish and Game; fresh and aweet
Butter, c, delivered at all hi.nra. free of charge.
deltf
If You Want
Fine, Fat, Fri'Hh Of stibs,
Ma. Dam Honmiiw, at bio Wholtra!e p.nd Betiil Ojn
tur Uuudfl,
253 253 253 253 253
WAI.MT-STrtKkT.
Fifth door above flxih, vest aide.
nu29
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE! OYSTERS,
received aally oy tne aaama r.x-
presa company, in wnoie ana nan cane. Ja I
Ail uyevera suiti wurrauwu iiesit itiiu ui
the very best quality. J. B. OWINOB,
Agent, Mo. 27 flftb-atreet, bet. Main
and Walnnt-atreeta.
N. D. Tbe trade anpplied on the moat libera)
terms. oe2firm
JEWELRY.
II. T. JULIAS'
New Wholesale
WATCH&JBWfiLRFflOUSB
16 West Fourth Street.
Whan ran bah ad every article appertaining to the
Boalneaa at much lew price, for OASU, than
ha. ever before been offered la thli market.
GIVE US A CALL
And aee for yourselvee. eM
WM. WHITAKER
JEWEL BU,
No.taX H. Fl, Uor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwea
Walnut and Vine, (Jtnclnuati.
Agood iMOrtruentofMIIjVKBanil PLATED WABa,
BPEOTAOLH, etc,, kept coiialantlyon hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and itepalrlng
Watohea and Jewelry. mylO
nEGGM alt SMITH, No. 6 Wert 4th 8t.
ARE NOW EECEIVINQ ADDITIONS TO
their lame aaaortment of Watchea. Jewelry.
Silverware and Diamonds.
aw
A fine aaaortment of Plated Tee getl and Cutlery
end Opera Olaaaea. 324
MEDICAL CARDS.
DR. SAiTl'I, SILSBEE
ESPECIAILT TREATS DISEASES OF
THK SKIN, BHKTJMATI8M, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, end anoh Uhronle oomplalntaai maybe
benefitted by the Hygyenle and. Atmopathie aystam
of his office.
Vapor, Bulphnr, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Kuaslan and Xloctro -Chemical Batha, e Dla
penaary of ModJclue, and every manner of Klectrio
end Magnetic Apparatus.
. NO. 7 WIST BKVINTB-8TSKET.
aWfKfloe haera ? A. M. to i r. ol9-t(t
It. 8. NEWTON, 91. 1).
OfflM, 80 Weit Seventh Street,
ITW1U ' AID 1101.
SOI
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrrco-Ne. W West Seventh street, between Vine
auu uaoe. nasinaNoe xto. oa oeventn atreec, ue
woen VV.Innt and Vine. Orrici Uocae 7H to 8X
A, Vr, 1 (0 2 F. II .1 i to t P. M.
MISCELLANEOUS.
gPALDINO'S PREPARED GLUE 1
tPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
PAl.IilNO'S PREPABED GLUEI
HAVE THE PIECEMi
ECOKOniVI DISPATOI11
"A Stitch In Time Savee Nlne.-
As accident, will happen, even in well-regulated
families, It Is very desirable to have some cheap and
convenient way for renaii log Furniture, Toya, Crock
ery, 4o.
SPALDINO'9 PKEPABED GLCB
Meet, all inch emergenclea, and no honaehold can
afford to be without It. It ia alwaya ready and up to
the atlt-kiig point. There iano longer a neeeaalty for
limtiiugchaire, splinter Kl veneers, headleaa dolls eud
bnki'ii t.radlns. It is juat tint ariiole for cone, shell
uud other otiiiiuienial work, so popular with lad lea
of refitmnient and tante.
7 hi. Hdmirabli' prepaiatiuu ii unvd oold, being
chemically held In solution, and oaeesaing all tbe
valuable Qualities of the heat cabinet-makers' glue.
It may be axed in the p ace of ordinary mucilage,
being vastb more adheslre.
"USBFDL IN EVERY HOUSE."
N. B.-A Brush accompaniea each bottle. Price
2scente.
W holesale Depot, No. 30 Platt-etreet, N. Y.
Address HENRY C. SPALDING fc CO.,
liox No. a,BUO New York.
Put np for Soalera In Oasea containing four, eight
and twelve dozen a beautiful Lithograph Show-card
accompanying each package,
aMT A single package ef SPALDING'S FBE
FAB8D GLUE will aave ten times Its coat annually
to every household.!
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggtsta, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocere and Fancy
btoree,
Country Merchants abould make a note of 8PALD
ISO'S FBIPABID GLUE, when making up their
list. It will stand any climate.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUEI
USEFUL IN EVE BY HOUSE.
. EPALDINQ'S PBEPABED GLUE, !
HOLD BY BTAT10NEBS.
SPALDING'S PBEPABED GLUE,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
SPALDING'S PBEPABED GLUE,
SOLD BY n ABDWABE DEALEBS. .
SPALDING'S PBEPABED GLUE,
BOLD BY HOUSE-rUBNISHINQ STOBES.
SPALDING'S PBEPABED QLUK,
SOLD BY FUBNITUBE DEALEBS.
SPALDING'S PBEPABED GLUE,
SOLD BY FANCY-GOODS DEALEBS.
SPALDING'S PBETABED GLUE,
BOLD BY GB00EB8.
SPALDING'S PREPABED GLUE,
OLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS QENEBALLY
Manufactured by
HENRY V. SPALDING Si CO.,
30 Plntt-al., New York.
Addresa Foatoffice, Box No, 3,600.
Annexed ia an Alphabetical List of Articles whleb
if damaged, may be restored to their original
trength and usefulness by ' -
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
A Mends ACCOUNT BOOKS A
ft Mend. BUREAU!
,.B
C Mends CRADLES
T) Menda DOLLS
E. Mends ETEGEKES
0
....D
E
r Mends FANM..
( Mends GUITARS G
H. Mentis HARPS U
I Mends INLAID WORK I
J Mends J A IIS J
K Mends KNOBS K
L. ....Mends LKATHKIl-WUHK.... .L
M Mends Ml It ROB-FRAMES..... -,...M
N Menda NEWEL POSTS...- N
0 Mend. OTTOMANS - ............,.-...0
P Mends PIANO-FORTES..... ... P
S. Mends QUltT-FRAMKS 5
......Men. Is HLMirUNG-HORSES.. .....B
S KssstM tilldl HOI Ai.M.ae...seMeeeeeMeeaeeMMtaae. H
T. .Menda TAULES ..T
U......Menda U M HRELLA-bTICKS U
V......Meutla VASES ...V
W....Mends WtlRK BOXES ...W
X Menda XYLUGRAPHIC-WOBH. X
Y...Mends YARD STICKS Y
Z Mends ZEPHYR WOOD-WORK .....Z
4..In con"lusion, SPALDING'S PREPABED
GLUE ia useful In Libraiiea and School.,
Menda STEBE1HI OPES... 8 1
2. P Mends PITCHERS ..P...... 2
3 A Mends ACCORDEON3 .-.......A...... 3
4......L Menda LK'ITEit-bEaLING.....L... i
b D Mends DAQDEiiaiOTYFE Cases D 6
6. I Mends 1MAGE I ...... 6
7 N Heuds NEW BKEAKAGEB N 7
8 G. Menda GUN-SIOOKS 0...... 8
J. S Mcndt B1.11OOL-1300K.S S.... 9
1U...P Mends PARASOLS .-. P 10
II K Mend. Rl'l.KHS ..R 11
ll'. E Mends Klcctkicl Machines E 12
13 P......Meud PAI'EK-HANUINGS P 13
M.....A Mends ARM-CHAIRs A...,14
to K Minds RICKETY FCRNITCB..K......15
lf......E Mends EitASRti UANDLES.........E 16
17......D Mentis DESKS I) 17
6 (i Mend, GLUHES Q....le
Id L Menda LimSkNED LEAVES L 19
20. U Mentis Ufiioi.htf.bed Fubnitube.,.U....20
21 E .Mends LG DKATEKS E 21
22 M en da AC'O R N - W 0 R K 22
23 Mends CHESS-BOARDS ..........-......2.1
24 Mend. FIDDLES 24
2S... Menda SHELL- WORK.... ..,......5
26 Monde FlLLfcT-WOKK M
27, . Menda HOBBY-HORSKS 27
It... Mend. KALKIOUS OPkS 2
2.1 Meuds MONKV-BOXES 29
l ..Meud Pit TUBE f KAMES II
31 Merel. 8 ECR KT A R I ES............ 31
!2 Mend VENhElll.NO. XI
33 -..Mend. SCHOOL FURNITURE 33
3l. ........ .....Mondt I'AflKK M ACUK....m..............34
3 :.......Meuds W RDrtDliES .. 36
34 . Mend. PARIAN Ml BULK 3
37 M'Ud. CRiBS ,....... SI
34.. Menda BA'Y .IUMI'KttS ......m.......m....3S
39 Mend. IV.iRY-Wi RK..... 3V
411 .....Mewls M ATCH-8 AFEa 40
,.
41 Mends PI' TCBKS
42 Mend. QUILL-WHEEL
43..,............Meuda '10WEL-KACKS
44.....M Mend. WASH stands.,
46 Menda BICbsTEADS
...41
...42
....43
44
,..46
46..........MeUu DRUMS
,.4.
47...,
46....
49....
60..,.
...Mends IJUESSMEN..
.....Mends BALI, 01 BOXES.,
48
.....Mound UJSKUK1UM.1.....
.....Menti. backgammon boauds,
..49
..SO
Menda UANI'HOXESm....
Mend, BLACK-BOARDS......
.....anemia BASS-VIOLS
Mends BILLIABD-TABLH.S
Meuds BILLIARD-CUES......
.61
.62
ja
62....
53...,
ii...
66.,.,
66.,.
67...,
...64
...65
..56
..67
Mends BIKO-CAUISS
.....Mends BKUOMST1UKS.......
.Mends BO'iK-CASES
69
Mends BOOT-CBIMPS
,..69
60 Mends BRUSH-HANDLES..,.,
.....60
61....-....... MeneU BKIJS1IK3
62. Mends CABINETS ,
03 Mends CHURNS
04.......Mends CLOCK-CASES...,
....61
,,...6f
.....63
.64
ft) h.... Mends CRUTCHES...
M
66.,
67.
, Mends CUPBOABDS,
..66
..87
...Mends OCKTA1HS,
68
69
.Mends CASI MtS.... .68
.Menda CADDIES .....69
.Menda CAMERAS........ 70
.Menda CHAIRS .....71
70....,
71
72.
Menda CHARTS ...72
73....
74
74....
,. Mends CLOTHES-FRAMES.,
.73
.......MendS UA llll-UASES,
..... Mends CHESTS
Mends DIARIES
itewteaa)t(est
..74
...75
76 ...
..76
7
..Mends WORK-STANDS ,
77
78
78 Monds DHAUGHT-BOARDS
79,
...Mends DISHES -.711
80
2!"
63
84
85
JlOIlUI iUVAJNS,,
...Mends DICE-BOXES...
81
......82
83
......84
86
86
,....J)7
88
.H9
..Montis JJIMIKM
..Mends DOMINOES
..Monila FIREBOABDS
..Menus FLCTES
..Mends BALLI1STRADES..
86
87
88
80.
..Mends GLASSWARE
..Menda HANDLES ,
,..Menda GUTTAPERCHA-WARE...
90......
atenaa k i i r.a .,.........
Menda TOPS ..,
Menda ORGANS
..........Menda MODELS .
Menda SEWING MACHINES........
. Menda PANELS
.....Menda PASTEHOABD-WOBK
.90
91 ,
.....91
..,92
93
94
U'.'.'.Z
94......
9,r...
96
96
97
..I. .98
99
96...
97...
,... Monti. filTMltlS
98...
99..,
100.,
m ends Bl ins uiiAmis
Menda WOODEN-WARE....
Menda WILLOW-WABE...
100
SPALDING'S PBEPABED GLUE,
SOLD BT BTATI0NEB8.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY GROCERS.
SPALDING'S PREPABED GLUE,
SOLD BY HARDWARE STOBES.
SPALDING'S PBEPABED GLUE,
BOLD RY HOUBK-FCRNISHING STOBES.
SPALDING'S PREPABED GLUE,
BOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENERALLY
Manufactured If
HENRY C. SPALDING & CO.,
30 Flutt-atreei, New York.
Address Foatoffice, Box No. 3,600.
Pot np ia casta containing either four, light or
Ibow-elv Dozen each a bsaotlful Lithographic
TwOard accompanies oacb package.
nolSdtDecUeoSatsy. '
SEWING . MACHINES.'
The JLatest Improvement
- BROWN'S SHUTTLE ', ,
SEWING MACHINES!
MANUFACTURED BY TBE OHIO
Sewing Machine Company, 40 Weat Fourth
street, exproasly adapted for Family Uae, Dresa Mak
ing, Gaiter Fitting and Tailoring. Warranted to
give perfect aatiefaotlon or the money returned. Do
not fail to examine before purchasing. Extra In
ducement offered to Agent.
L. BROWN, Agent,
no4-8m 40 Wwt Fonrth-atreet.
LADD, WEBSTER oc CO.'S
LOOK STITCH
SEWING MACHINES,
80 West Fourth-str jet,
Between Vine and Walnut-ttreeta, ClnclnuAti,
mtf Send for a Circular.
$0. $30. $30. $30.
MOORE'S :
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitoh
FAMILV SERVING MitlHINES
SECURED BT RECENT LETTERS PATENT.
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
NOUNCED by all competent Jo d aee, whe
fiave seen it, to be tne beet ana moat desirable Vain
ly Sewing Machine ever introduced, rcfftrdlene
of price. It will eew all ktnda of family good.,
from the very thickest to tbevery finest fabrica made,
and usee all kinda of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
No oil la sised on top of the machine. ,
Send fore circular, or call and aee It in operation.
Upon earlv application, State and County Bighta may
be secured.
Aneaergetio person can make a fortune In e abort
time. Agents wanted in all nnaold territory.
II. C. IWRTMAN,
Be le and exclusive agent for the United Statea.
aepMfmt 9H Weat Fonrth-atreet. Cincinnati.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W.T. &S.D. DAY & CO.,
Manufacture n and Doalers in
PRINTING PRESSES,
. (BOTH HAND AND FOWEB,) '
And all kinds ot Printing Material, Noe.
173, 115 end 111 Weat Neeond-etreet,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MEDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months we have introduced them into four
teen different Statea of the Union, with the greateat
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power la
applied to the center of the plateu ; conaequeutly
there ia no p issibllity of Its apringing from any
amount of pressure. The motion la ho transmitted
to It aa to cause a dwell on the point of conUct with
the form, ineuring A PERFECT IMPRESSION at
high rate of speed.
Printers In want of the BEST JOBBEB should
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are W ABB ANTED to give the most entire satis
faction. - no3
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS POUNP
at laat lost what the Ladiea have long need 60
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
Tho Uterine Elixir la warrantod to enre all dis
eases of e Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra.
Prolan"" or Falling of the Womb, Painful Menstru ,
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; In fact, a perfect our.
1h guarranteed by tbe use of from two to Ave bottles
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male nr female, no
matter of how long standing. Price ! per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS call, particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug
gist of Cincinnati.
"To tbs Public and thb Ladies in Pabticolab.
We, the uudereigDed. are not in the habit of giving;
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend It to all females
enunrlng from Female Disease, of any kind; It ll
purely vet"tble, aud In no cwie can do Injury; w
aay to all try, and our word for it, you will find re
lief. F. D. HILL, Druegi.t.
sop27 "Corner of Fifth and Raco-atroeta."
-AL80-
IWf ADAME ELLI8'S SPANI8H 6IMTJ
ITl LATINO COUGH AND LIVER BALSAM
cures, without fail, paint In tbe Ureast, Back,
Side or Limb.; Gouglia, Colda, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty of Breathing, Headache, Flatulency, Heart
burn, Cbronlc Rheumatism, Billion. Chollc, Cramp
Cholio, Griping Paina of the Bowels, Dullneas,
ntaptir, inactivity, loss oi pceiire, ana in rain
ful Menstruation It Is a certain cure, end gives
Immediate relief. In any of the above dlaease.
it will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the use of to bottles. Only 60 cent,
per bottle-so cheap that every peraon can get it.
1 n r . I t. rv ,1,1 v I. , .. .
at. d. jror .aie vj r . u niuu, in uKgi.v, witi-.
of Race and Flfib-atrwta- .?. D. PARK, corner ol
Fourth and Walnnt; 8UIRE, ECKSTEIN "o
corner Vine and Fourth: JOHN DICKSuH, cotorr
of John auu Sixth; PAUL BEINLKIN. co-nor ol
Kigntnaua rreeman. Also, tunsau nuisuaB
s ' I', oomeroi ,iaiu ann teurui, auti uinunuir
ELLIS, 144 West Sixth-street. eep27-ay
HALL'S PATENT.
IfifW
1
THB MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
BUBGLAB PROOF SAFES. They have given
more satlafaction than any other now In one.
weouerarowara of (INK THVUSANU nun.
f,ARM to anv naraon that ean.un to the nreeent
time.showasinglt Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this SAFE we challenge all competition, as
being the beet Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are witling to
teat with any establishment .in the Union, and the
party falling Oral, to forfeit to the other, the aum
Of 12,000.
W. are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at leea
coat, than any other manufacturer In tbe United
Statea.
' veconn-hand Safes of other makers, also nn hand.
Werespertfully invite the public to call and exam.
Ine our stock before purchaelng elsewhere.
BALL, CARROLL A CO.,
angl2-ay I Nos. 16 and 17East Oolnmbla street.
W B. DODDS,
Formerly of Hall.Dodda A Co.; late Urban ,Doddi A Co.
XV. II. Dodds fc Co.,
ururACTTBiM or ihi
OONOR1IITB
Fire and Burglar Prool
8. W. CoAer of Vine A Seooud Streets.
Thli 1. the moat reliable FIBB AND BTTRflT.A
PBOOF SAFE that fei made In the United States.and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prlcos, and la of better workman.hlp than
oan ds louna eisewuerv.
we Dave large wmurviiieu.ou nana, ana are 00
terrain d to sell at prloea that cannot fall to please.
Old Sales
Takes In exchange. SECOND-HAND BATES al
way on hand at .itremolf low prices. Wji
J. J. BUTLER'S
Kxcelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. 14
WM. II. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW and Mvter
uommiaaioner oi tne superior ana common Picaa
Court.. Bank Building, north weat corner of Main
uu Auuu-straeui, noy
Ml Pill
INSUEANCK a
BTATEj AUTHOEIIT.
Incorporated 1819.' CharterPerpetual
Amnrv eaUbliihedin (Unclnnatl In 1 S'2.1. an
tedatiug sii present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in tne Inauranoe business In this city. 3,i
yeara con il ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience,. nterpriae and liberality, especially com
mend the 2KTN A Inauranoe Company to the favora
ble natrona.B of this communitr atandlnseolltarr
aud alone, the ante survivor and llviiig pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriter, of
Losses paid In Cincinnati durlasj past Five
Years, 9130,054 !7.
Cash Capital 81,000.000.
lABBOLUTU ATSD UNIMPAIBBD.J , WITH A
SURPLUS OF 1, 030,423 80.
And the prestige of 40 yeara sncoeasandexpesieno,
IRVISTHINT8 OF
Over $100,000 iu Ohio Securities.
VPWAROH OP Sl'4,000,flOOt HWME8
Have been paid by the Jitua insurance Company In
tne past 4ii yrara.
Klra anil Inlnml NnvlarHilnn. Bktks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency aud fair protlt.
Eanecial attention civon to insurance of Dwellings
and Content, for terms of 1 tony a.
appiieation maue to any ouiy .utnoriru ngt.ni
iromptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mAte Insurance bnaluesa. thia Comoanv la enabled
to otler both Initerunlty for the past and security for
the future. P llniMisaued without delay by
j AH, 11. OA Vim, Agent, no. tu mainsireei.
A. r. PATO i, Aaalatant Agent. . .
H. K. LIND EY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKB, I, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward. eu(
BV STATE AUTHORITY.
New Insurance Agency
01 Old Eslnbllahed
Companies!
OWLiV OU i:S, ji, Agent
No. 4 Public Lniitlliig,
CINCINNATI, 0. '
CONWAY INSURANCE CO.,1
Cash Awitils,
Soi,ooi.
' Caah Assets,
8193,000.
Caeh Assets,
S;io,ooo.
oi uonway, jnass. )
LAFAYETTE INS., CO., 1
oi nronaiyn, n. i. )
HAMPDEN INS. CO., 1
ol Hpringnold, Mass. J
BOARD OP CINCINNATI REFERENCE:
Hlnkle.GuildACo., ' R. A. Holtlen 4 Co..
; Wilson 4 Harden, , Oomlntan 4 Vornhtila.
' ftadler 4 lire,, N. W. Thomas 4 Co.,
Latimer, Col burn 4 Lupton, James Calhoun, Esq.,
' Kimble ft Weed.
Risks taken on the most favorable terms consistent
with solvency. ,
Losses honorably adjusted, and promptly paid In
Cincinnati.
OWEN OWENS, KMW
(late Assistant Bec'y Firemen's Ins. Co.)
uodauiH
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
OF CINCINNATI.
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 2 Front-street, between Mnin and Sycamore.
This Company la taking Flie. Inland and Marine
Bisks at current rates of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted ana promptly paiu.
DIRECTORS:
TFKckert, K Ball, S W Poiueroy,
wuuam uienn, ' w u wuuener, vy u oihuu.
Robert Mitchell, W H Oouutock, LOU Stone, .
Robt Buchanan, CO Shaw, Geo Stall,
Wm Sellew. Beth Evans, J B Tsufto,
David Qibaofl, H Braclwnan, J Giuliani,
11 Clear wator, Tho. tt Elliott.
l. r . aiv,u.a,uif aresineui.
Strpiiek Mobsf, Secretary. noa
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DI RECTORS:
William Wood. Ituac C, Copelen, 1
Jauiea K. Cunningham, Sydney B, Clark,
Audrew Erkeubreuher, Josttplt Reakirt,
Goo. W. lllahon, Wm. Fisher,
George B. Dixon.
ISAAC i. CDl'ELEN, Pieaidtnt.
Geo. W. Cofki.xn, Stcretary.
A. II. ROSS, Surveyor.
Tn nrenirpil to Iflsne Policies on Klre and Marine
Risks, on favorable terms. Office No. 3 Wmt Tliiid-
atroet, Trust Co. Building. nosiilra
National Insurance Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio, .
(Office South-west Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
marine, Inland Transportation and
fire .tusKs
TAKEN AT CURB. CNT HATES.
DIRECTORS:
John Burgorne, Ell Smith, Robert Moorei
wm rjepwortn, i;naa u raoore, bi recnneimer,
F X Wiedemer. Tnoa Uug, 8 W Smith,
J L Rosa Thos R Biggs, Henry Ellis.
H c. CRNEB, Btc'y. J AO. BUKUUYH ii, frea.
no8bfm P. A. Sphiom.n, Surveyor,
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IK 1829.
CAPITAL. $150,000.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
8CRK8 against Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of tbe Sea aud Inland Navigation.
DIRECTORS:
J no. W Hurt well, Allen Collier, ' ' William Reaor.
John W Ellis, Jamas Lupton. Chas.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, Jumea A ("razor, J W Canflnld,
O T Woodrow, KI1W Taylor, A 8 Wiiielow.
Q 8 WlllkimB, II McBlrney, Bowman 0 Baker.
junn w. iiAni vyjiiuu, rreaiueni,
Q. W. Wn.tiAMH, Secrotary. nos
moi-vw 'sdmei
aSvtaoi nil uot3iid4 no tnoa aanpuJif)
Mi-vtqainiof) pat Avoj-tuaiso -jo "j.
..f.,inr tin MiKHnitr .inm mi ioid Snl,iaa
ttoio npioa sjaxOTd no a 'aoniqosni jnmfl -aa.u
una jepua pus jeadu HJnqJrpnoi jswjeeunu j-t r
noui ononis hi ill xna 'eazis n V
SCTITTTT Taa .T TlTTO Tt Tff i1 -J
UOOFIHG ! ElOOI Ia !
rilllE OUTCALT ELASTIC MR-
M TALLIC BOOFINQ" Is offered to Hie public
as tbe beat and cheapest Mtttal Roof now usptl, its
merits teated by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or ateep, old or new
buildings. No solder uasd fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part ol
the United Statea, can he applied by any one with
ordluarr mechanical aklll. (Irtlers promptly Ailed.
CALDWELL A CO,'
JylA-tf laa Weat Second ttroet.
PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAI'KR
BAGS, for Grocers, Druggists. Tea Doalers and
others, made from extra quality of Wrapplup, Ma
nilla and White Tea Papor. BB
. 200,00(1 No. 1 Wrapping and Manilla;
' am.ouoNo. 1 ' ,., .
2o,ouo No. a "'
2011,1)00 No. 4 ...
200,000 NO. 6 "' . . i
awVMONo. 8 " "' ' . '
a.i.oooNo.io "
atio.ouo No. ia
200,000 No. 1ft "
200,000 No. 18 - "
200,0110 No. 30
. 2O0.000NO. 25 j,
200,000 No. I White Tea Bags; -
200,0)0 no. a ; . , . :
200,000 No. 3 "
The above are out lie In nackaaes of AOO) baas esoh.
Wo are manufacturing from sixty to seventy-dye
thousand Bags C"'!'J
ON A CHATFIBLD. ' '
Pacer Baa: Manufacturers.
And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
77 and 79 Walnul!-.treet.
ot.23
ItlflBOJVS,
FLOWERS;
Feathers ami Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which I am selling at sm'l
advance on New York prices, wholesale and retal't , . ,
J. WEBB, Jr., 4
tot 134 Tlfthstreet, bt, Baoe and Ilnw
BY
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859. CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Three PassengerTralnaleaveCInolnoatl dally, from
the font of Mllland Front atroeta.
UiHn A. ni.-Chlcago Mail arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:10 V. SI ., Chicago at 10:30 1'. M. This train
connects with all ulght trains out of Chicago tor
the Weat and Niirtb-wost; connects at Indianapo.
lia with Iraina for Terra Haute; also with Peru
tralna lor rem. Logiinsport, Fort Wayne and To
ledo. 14i43 P..M. Terre Haute and Lsrfayette Ac
ooniuitniatlon arrlTes at Indianapolis at :ln P. M., .
nuking tliroct connections at Indianapolis with La
tayette trains for Uecatur, Springfield, Naples, Ijuln
cy, Hannibal and St. Joseph.
7 P. ill. Chicago Ezpiuaa arrives at Indianapolis
atl2:lA. At., making olese connections at Chicago
with al 1 morning trams ont of Chicago.
Sleeping cars are attached to all the night trains
on this line, aud run through to Chicago without
change of oars.
This is eioluslvely a Western and North-western
ronte, and with faverablo and rellahlearrangemants
With all conneotlnv roads throughout the entire
Weat, guarauteoa nuuaual oare aud t he amplest ac
commodations to tho patron, ot this line,
Tim Company's exclusive Telegraph Line Is used
when ncccsenry, to govern the movement of trains,
and Lnnghridges colelirntod Patent Brakes, are at- ,
tnched tu all passenger trains, by which they can be
perfectly controlled: be nlilt'B nil the other modern Im
provements necessary for tho comfort and aafety ot
paesengera, the managers of this road have liberally
provided, I' ,
Smoking-cars on this line.
Ksr Be sore yon are In the right ticket offloe before
ton purchase your tickets, and aak for tickets via
lawrencebnrg and Indiana polls.
Fare the sttme as by any othor route. Baggage
ohecked throngb. , , , -
THROUGH TICKETS, (ooJ until used, oan be ob
tained at the ticket offloea, at llpencer Honae Corner
north-west corner Broadway and Front; No, I Bur
not Honse Corner; at tbe WaJ nut-street House, and
at Depot onlca, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary information may be had.
Omnibuses rua to and from each train, and will
call foi passengers at all hote l.i and all parts ol tbe
city, t) leaving address at el 1 1 ir offloe.
W. H. L. NOBLE
General Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Mi
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
Six daily trains lbavk thi
Sixth-street Depot.
Trains run throuith to Clerelaud Sandusky, To
ledo and Inttlanapoiia without cfaangs of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North
ern and North-western cltioa.
0 A. Ill- KXPItfiSS TKAIN For Hamilton.
Bichoiond, lutlianapolis, Laiayutte, Chicago, and all -Western
Cities. Connects at Richmond with 0. and
C. Boad for Logansport; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac . ,
7i0 A. m. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train niakee .
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connect, at Crbana fob, Co
lumbus; at Belleftintalne with B. and I. R. R., East
and West: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad East anil Went: at Clyde with
Cleveland aud Toledo Railroad trains for Cleveland
aud Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
chester and Muncle,
10 A. M. EXl'lt IHS TltA IN For Cleveland
via Delaware fur Uuukirk, Uuualo, Bostou, New
York, and all EaHtern cities. Alwictjunects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all
Kuatern cities.
3:10 I'. HI. TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond,
Indianapolis, Terra Haute aud Saint Louis; con
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, &c.
3:30 P.M. TKAIN For Dai ton, Springfield,
Bellefoiitaine. Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
all points in Cauada. Connectsat Rcllofontuiue with
B. und I. H. It., East and Weat.
MiUO P. M. KXPIlESTRAIN-J,or Cleve
land via Delaware tor Dunkirk, Uullalw) Boston.
Mew York, and nil Eastern citiea. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and nil EnBtern cities.
aHTTbe night Expreas Train (earing Cincinnati at
I1:S0P.M., leaveadaily txuspr BiTUHlial'S. All other
trains leave daily xxubpt Suani is;
For further information aud Tickets, apply at the
Ticket offices north-oast corner Front and Broad
way; No. lf9 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket OOlce, on the west side of Vlne-etreet,
betweenPosto(flce and Unmet House; at the Walnut
atreet theSlxth-street Depot. '
D. McLAREN, Superintendant.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
P
laST TKAIN DAY EXPEES3 AT 10
, . ... ..l .. A 1lAn.1MJ.
. a. tu . , aiu urt, LB ll. i.uiltlUUU, UllU V1UV.1HUU,
via Columliua, Hteubeuvillti and Pittsburg; via
Colniiibno, (,'reutline aud Pittsburg; via Colum
bus and Belluir (Whoeiii:). Also, tor Siirliigneld.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the priucipiil stations.
WE:0N1 THAIIN-Coliimbu Accommodation
at 4i4l V, M. This train slops at all stations be
tween Cinoinuati and Columbus, aud Clnclnuatl and
Springtield.
liaill) TRAIN Night Express at 11i30 P.
M., connects via Colambus and Bollalr (Wheeling);
via Oolumbns, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Uoluui
bna Stoubanvllleand Pittsburg; via Columbus aud
Cleveland.
Tbis Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenta
and London. SLEEPING CARH ON THIS TBAIM
M'Tlie Day Kxnresa runs throngh to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsbnrg, via Bteubeniille, without
change ot cars. -
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at lliUOP. it., runs daily, except SATURDAY.
The other Trains run daily, except SUN DA VS.
For all Information, and Through Ticket, to Bol
ton, New York, Philadelelila, Baltimore, Wanh I ni
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Clevolaul,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and nil the Eastern plains,
apply at the Offices, WalnulStreetHoiuie.Mo. 4 Kur
not House, south-east corner ol Broadway and Fiou t
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
. Trains run by Colnmbns time, which is seven min
J. DURAND. Sup't.
Omnibuses ealLforpaasengors by leaving directions
at the Ticket Office. . noH
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Mil
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
Two Daily Train lor Vlnceniiea, Cairo and Ut,
Lonla, at 9:110 A. M and 8:.'H) P.M. . .
Three Dally Trains for Louisville, at 9:01) A.M.,
2:00 P.M., and S:30 P.M.
. Ono Train lor Evansvilln at 8c.10 P. M ,
"The Trains connectat St. Louis fur all pninlslu
Kunsasantl Nebraska, Hannibal, Onlnry and Keo
kuk; ut St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vitksbui g,
Natohoi ami New Orleans.
One Through Train on Bnnday at8:3o P. M.
RiTt'SNiHd Fast Line Leaves East St. touts,
Sundaye excepted, at 6:5V A. Bl., arriving at Clucin.
t nati at iu:iu v. bl.-
' HxfhkshTuain Leavea East St. Louis daily at 2: ID
P. Al., arriving at Cincinnati at ti:4H A.M.
, FOR THROUGH TICKETS
To all points West ami Soiith, ultnue apply ,l the
otnees, wainut-atreei, iiuu.o, neiweeu nixin nnu
S(iventh-lreet, No. 1 ilurnet House, corner offlce,
north-west corner of Front and Broad way, Spenrer
House Office, and at the Depot, corner Front anil Mill
streets. W. il.CLEMKNT.llon'l. Superintendent.
Cinniliiises rail for pnasfngers. .
Cincinnati, Richmond &
mm
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
'
G-i-eat Through lloute for
INHIANAPOLlBj
. TBRBB HACTB,
. BT. LOUIS,
" , i , t LAFAYETTE, : J
CHICAGO, '
tj;.- v LOGANSPOBT, ,'
PERU,
If OUT W A TN5
TWO DAIItTTURO DOH TRAINS leaveBlxtb .treat
Depot, at A.M. and l:S0 P.M.
It A. M.-ltflrANAPCLI8,ST. LOUIS 4 CHICA
GO EAST KXPHEBS.-Tlinmsh direct, making oltrf
connections for allother Weateruand Nortfc-weatero
points. This Train also conhects at Uiohnivnd with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Xoko
moLogansport, end all points on Waba.li Tall.f
:.Sr.' M.--lNDIANArOLI8, CHICAGO A 8T.
LOUIS NIGHT BXI'IIKSS.-Tlie above 'nalns make
close connection, at Indianapolis, Lafayotieand Chi
cago, with TralnsforTerroHaute.Sprlngfl.ld, Hock
Island, Oaleaburg, Kenosha, Le Cross, Jacksonville, ,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattuun, Naples, I
Qaleua, tluluey, Prairie do Ohien, Pass, Peoria,.,.
.. . . 1 I , I... InM UImw In Intl.. r
UUUieivn naciue, xwa.ui, Hiuvwuiiwu.uiitit) ua
8ille,8l. Panl.andall town aud oitlea In the North
"SkirThrongh Ticket given end Bnggnga ohecked
(hronsh.
For farther Information and Through Tickets, ar-
Sly to Ticket Ofllres, nortb-eaat corner ot Front and
roadway; No. W Walnnt streul, sear FourthMi
south-east corner of Fourth end Vine street, or m.
D. MORROW, Superintendent.
' Ornntbnsss will call for passeng jrs fey leaving tlielf
W. H. SMITH, Agent.

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