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DKCftUBKA 16
FRIDAY..
sew ! I s 4 M tnfc
THE UNPARDONABLE SIN AGAINST
WOMAN.
BY BARRY GRAY.
"f do'twitlova tbsa-thoush flip vole .wringing
t Ever lnsweatert miavlc in my ear., . . i ,
And neinopT fraia the vanished p. i bringing
Back to ur aiind tbeeoMiei that odc war dear,
When I , snraptnred. UateucO to Ml aiuglug, ,
' Forgetting all except thai (iiou Wrt ,Mr ,.,
r iio MttaiihMwttW a ?"";.
For one were look upon thy glorious face,
And aileutlyen fiMillfin heart la turning ' -
Whore f, a areaiuerT'naafh their shade in leirnluf
. A Ktacy couuniin to Uie huyiau.rtt, . ; i i : v .
tiil(rtHi-Httk(Wt.rrilXiiHu 1 -3.
A Woewomtndafrult'I can Hoteley; . ..ri o .
It la nn old one-tve and Adam auarlag.i
Tbelrjoye and sorrow from llfa'a mrlieat day; -It
I. aaew oiie Bud withventurouederinf,
' YciuDg heaiUTfill br It till the world be grey.
late net Ian tiue-yetthy aianUai hndtaR ,' '
Ik my true rarer aplaoe ne ar illled before, , , ,
And through my iltoagold.il cbalu t winding, ... ,
Brinjiiignienearertoaaiionysliore
Pinner the iiuks aroaad ruy heart are binding-
'.Stop! i.m,a Ja not lve,nj!e,. there's Wi dopf,"
'
Religions Sentiments.
,'.'.'", He that VstfapeifipfehBBloB'niay
suspeut hit adoption; Ofod hod one Son
without corruption, Ml. 'no' ion without
!rrcttioc.-v; ';?::
.,' Some ChrLituuia'Me Ulti tariititaoh's
Joan k&a.'repfQaqh tjiree-'irt'onoe-. Gad,
the Gospel aud.iUoir teaQUcts,. DJ tbis
age is full of sue It Christian.
The numherfnyfficulties makes.
the Christian's conquest the more illuu
, trioua.- - A gracious maaehtluldbe made
' "ftp ttHtPflte crferootefofcMDiiiig
all opposition, as fire does the stubble.
All difficulties should be but whetstones
to fail fortitude, ; 1 " Jtytyt ?
numwAWwok-iiyittlhe
sees the rod in a father's : hand, he sees
honey upon the top of every twig; and so
can bless Ood: lie sees slsf at the bottom
of-Wr WferisV tfilp thaS Mot -put
into his hands; he knows, that God's
Iwuaa, of correction is a-.pj of instruo
tion: and so he eh eit"downvnd bless"
when the rod ittpon his baok.i (t i :
.-Such. as. have mage ajonsiderablej
improvement to their , gifts and eraoes,
Sieve ', bearta, as' large! aV.'lheit praxis,
' whereas most nien'slheadsliave outgrown
' theft hearts; "'' u t
..ft ltJ i j IvJaitt .
ETorything that'a ifiStt' leans upon
but God win be & Aitl that 'liill", certainly
pierce hie 'heart through and through. He
who leans only upon Christ,' lives the
highest, ohoioest, 'safest, i ana. sweetest
uto. ' i. .!:.;- ,,:,
Emy one BhouldWrn to he Ilka to
...them in grace whow.'thej .deaird to be
equal with in glory. Ue ' that shoots at
tho sun,, though '. aeClhfl ,,'ihoiit, " will
sboot higher than ha who shoots '-at a
shrub. It is best, and. i it speaks. out
rauthjof QhTist wiliin,1 to we thehhihest
1 LhTciiKJaatfca'dlaal Ji ll ill Li
Corruption in. the heart, when U
breaks forth, is like a breach in the seat
which begins in a 'ifSrtfW passage, till
it eatstbfouKji an& cotf down ml before-
it. The debates' of the sour are quick,
and soon ended, rmd that may be done in
a moment whioh may undo ;a .man for
1
High Honors to a Female Artist.
In the latter years her life Sofonisba
was deprived ofher,ighti;but retained,
her intellectual faculties, her love of art,
and her rolisli; for the soeiety -of its.
lpi4featri, J'ljbfcfli;ayicQaliie UHd in
tier own palace were attended to the last
by distinguished painters , from every
4Urtfir.' "Vandyck was frequently her
guest, and was accustomed ,to, say he had
received more enlightenment from tb
blind old woman than from all his
studios of the greatest masters. This
l iMLmean rji9 qom jMyorite
scnolar of Kuljens; ana who shall "say it
wan" not deserved? tfly precept and by
i:xnmple she helped to raise art in Genoa 1
M'fontbdeeBy into JvbteB'4,It",JiBd fallen
vin the niiadle oMlrf -"sratOTnlb feelitury.
Her pictures have something of thegraen
and chectfnlhess of -Raphael, in whose
ntyie ner nrst master painted, and souif
117- J
tiling ot tho relict ot the
. (Jorrcptrio. "More tlian.
' idman oPher time," write Vasark. "with
asark "with
more study and greater grace,, she has,
laborod ou" every thing connected with
drawing; not only has she drawn, colored, '
iiii(ajaAtcdroii4Til'8di. excellent
copies, but she has also drawn many
beautiful original pictures."
One of Sofonisba's works, seen at Cre
monia, in 1824,88 a.boautifulj)ioturo of ,
's itgatgTOf suiflc tyt(ft jyidne in-1
fuiit. In portraits fier skill is "aid .hi
have been little inforior to Titian. Her
charming portrait of herself is no mean
gep iiinonj th tf easurs)ofjltlt;rgalleries !
ana libraries at AlthbrpT She lias drawn !
berodf in whet the Germans term a "knee-
)iWe,".jtliet undel lilj-siif The small
und"tinoly-forntea hoid is 'well set on a
graceful nock; the dark hair is smoothly
- and- HiiapiyjdrcasedOhfi. gestures ara
Italian and regularthe complexion is a
. clear. olive anJtue.fyerart.fce. black,
3 ftftir r.ovidT ' j-heiar?JUowtwg aress
is relieved by white frills at the throat
tind crista; un4 two "white tassels hanging !
over the breast Her delicate and ex- j
quisitely painted hands are seen over the
' x.hr.rla nf lit anitjnat y flh 'tli,.7.;Vi in
"aeep shadow, stands an old woman, wear
ing a kerchief twisted turbanwise around
her. -head, and. (MQmbling, $L Elizabeth
ur a fit. Anne in a religious composition of
:CMoij; Tht?aOaBlJs painted 'hi
, th(i clcarlfirui Sjaprier oT the best pencils
of Florence. i.Sofonisha died in 1620.
M'omen Artists in all Ages and Countries.
aTTthertB..
-
KUKTADLCS ANDtlltiBT TsMf ERATCHB.
il, , Bacquerel has presented t to the
" Acndemjef deeoienoes, Pant, hie fourth
nnd hist jnomoir on this subjest, in whioh
' Le has directed bis attention particularly
lij luv UlUiuni vaiiubiuiio iu tug ChlE nuu ui
vegetables.' The daily variation in the
tur is the difference between the maximum
t.fvd minimum. (eqaperatore of the day,
..jotaiijed Try special thermometers. This
;. jnodo will dot sufoee ,-tOr determine the
" sinic elements m" -treesf wMdrfcust be
t aftiiired hourly or at short intervale.)
i 1 he 'observations made at Genoa' By
1'ictKt and Maurice, 1790 to,.I00, were
referred to, whioh afford the ..Mmakable
Wnnlt that the mean of the, temperature
. t ...... I i. tkn .4 . !i 1
- . . . t . r 'i . .
- equal to ics lemperaiore at two o olook
' 1. ,1 W T) 1 I I 1 ll. . .
iiial to its temperature at two o olook
luiniiunw aniper8,ture in vegeTables.vthat-'
. i-vcr muy be WW aifun9ir, 'lat sunnsBi
and the maximum some hourn, After snnf
,; mn in-oatar in tli iiir than in a trca
l.oeii'jse of the bad conducting power
th. wAAfl rh tamnaratara dimin ah nr
..w-, .... i
of;
e
withal diaine'ter of th trunk. ; In, ' the,
leaves tho variation is nothing. 1 he
result 6f M.' Bacquerel'8 observatwna
infirm the theory that the atmospnere is
the source whence vegetables derive, the
heat whioh they require for their' b
'and 'complete developement ' The d
resulting from ' the ' elaborations '. wj
uirui
heat
resulting irom we eiawnuiwia-. ..
take Dlooe in the tissues of plants Jo not
interfere sensibly with their own tem
perature, whioh' is : all borrqwed. tetoept
in pertain cases during flowering. ; The
moan temperature, a well as the varia
tions and extreme temperatures of the
ahrarey then) th calorie elements to be
considered in the phenomena of vegotable
me. .. ...;'..';.. .. . .:. ,
.'ltoW! WoMKOBTAlif tHBIR HtTSBANDS.
When at feirl tnarriesj why do people
talk of her choice? In ninety-nine cases
out of a huhdred has she any; choice ?
Does not the man, probably the lost she
woiiMhave bhoson,. eoleot net?'. A lady
writer' Says: "I have been married many
years; the match was considered a 'very
rfood. bne, suitable in every respect age,
position and fortune. Every one said 1
had made a:. good choice. , I loved my
htlsband when I married him; because he
had by unwearied assiduity succeeded in
'gating my affections; bnt naa onoioe
been my privilege, l certainly snouui not
have' chosen bim. As I look at him in
his ,easy chair,,slpeping before the Are, a
huge dog at his feet, a pipe peeping out
of one of the many pockety of hist shoot
ing coat, 1 cannot but think how different
he is From: what I would .have chosen,
My first ponohant was for a fashionable
olergyman-rhe ,was flatterer, and' cored
but little for me, though I have not yet
forgotten the pang of his desertion . Ilfy
next was a barrister a yoong man of im
mense' talent, smooth, insinuating man
nersj' bit he too,' after walking, talking,
dauorng and flirting left me. Either of
these would have been my "ohoiee,"; had
I ' so ohosen; but mv present husband
chose me, and therefore, I married him;
and thil, X oart not help thinking, must
be the way with half the married folks of
my acquaintance ,' V ' . !!
Esolisb OpphS3Iox. A Birmingham
(Eng.) paper states that four, pairs of
shoe have been taken from the shop of a
shoemakor.at Brosely, in the exeoution of
a distress jvariant lot thAnon-payment of
a church-rate. ..Two cheeses were also
weighed by the executors of the law in
the house' of a widows who 'resolutely
refused to compound for her goods; : but
her daughter ultimately was induced to
pay the money. - - . . , . '. '
A Natural Svb-Soilbr.-' 'I am sure
I cannot live long,".: said a very dirty
looking '.patient,, to his physician. "Is
that . any reason, Bir, why you should
carry dirt enough to burry you?" replied
the aoctor.r', - '
HARRISON at COLlil NS'
P ictuDM ooatly st la Locket, Bratrt-plm, irUig-r-rlDB
ftntl BriweUti. A.H work Wftrraotei,
UioltVar. i u ... , ' A. S. BLOOM, Artist.
BUSINESS CARDS
t
K Kr CAR AS 8R1TCU LOCKS,
1 y-DbbrMiOftte'45pring,;tv
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
SItVER-PtATED DOOR-PI,ATE8,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
' The onblk art retpectftiilr invited to nil and ex
'kiolnVtlik TVeuttnfc uilprtte' "All1 Jobbloi
aroaaetlr attended to :
r , 1 ' GEOROB MeGBBGOK,
'' Bo3cm ' Mo; 1M finb-atreet, 1 door from Kace.
3-
A. B. COLVILLE, r
No. 41 Kilt Seeon(l-treti between Sfcamoro and
Jtroadway, Ulncltuatl, kee p every duaaripUon of
CailDter. Platform, Cattle, Hnllroad Uepnt,
" and Track Hraleii; Truol'v'.
Iron Wagon, Ave. "
UetalruK dime 00 the iborteat aotlca. uol-
IH T Rl3 P Q E, ,& C O.
: ""VeliV V
86 St. Oliarle itroa, Hew OtLaani, La.,
Imworter orGnnadf 8,irttac Aparatua,
' ... . : iifD bunas m cuw rowcsk.
HAILROAD HOTEL,
(rrontlngthe Steamboat Landlnj.)
Nortli-eaet Corner Broadway and Front,
' OrMCURMAK, OHIO. ' '.
K. P. LEVEEING, Proprietor. "
oc7-cm .. - .
WM. MOREHOUSE &
CO.,
HlimrAITtCBlU AMD DE11EBI ID
'tAURKITURE, CniiaS, AND ALL
K kind of HattrewM and Bedding, at- 'be oW
ita&d, So. 13t Syoamore-atreet, aaet aide,, r Hween
Conrtb and . f tftk-atreeta, ieventh Hurt aborf
Ponrth4treet. Church Pewa lined and cwlonor)
Allordan promptly attended to. .. , , . o-.em
H CAMPBELL & CO J.
,f ANUFACTURERS OF BAR, 8HKEI
11 M. and Boiler Iron, Plow 8Uba, Eallro ulkp
etc AlaoAKatafr4kealuor lrontcn StyrNaili
Warwooma Mv., ID Kaat tiucnui Strut, Clo'tnnat I
Ohio. ' T'
aTAIl klndnlroa made tn tirdar. ' ' tta
CLEANKR OF BIKKS AND VAULTS,
No. W Sixth-etreat, betwaan Vina and Kaoa, Id
the Medical (JolleBe. Cincinnati, Ohio. Perwsiwho
oaay favor him in tn their patronage, can, rely i pnne
tuajlty and low yrleea. a-of -ay
N oney I n oucy ! W ouc y I
P:;':loaist office.
. UaA14rroai6 VVtatHlztktaab
,f ONKY LOAN ED ON WATOHBB, JKW
IVAgLBY and all klwla of Mercbandlaa, at low.
ralaa of- Intereat at iio. 171 vlnp-alraet. Wweaa
Wtbandrmji,- r it
PHILADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
,, H; K0. 81 rirni-STBIET.BOPIB 8ICB, , '.
(Near the corner of Vine,) '
' r f l). I TIPWteRB, Praprleior.
I Iifrt and OanM sort ad la pl atflet. HeaU at all
1 . I 'I' 1111 1 ' '
WARRANTED PI BE DEODORIZED
tf 'J.;l" .' V s- '
COAL OIL.
WAiUfiIl AR.
w TIOLK of Coal Oil In the market at
, . ... (K) CENTS PER GALLON,
( ;,Aad t wholeaallng at .
Manufacturers' Prices.
MellENRV CARSON.
Wi MAlN-STRItat, HIT. KOUETH AND firTH
- ... , '"a () DC! Y '
-aVirrr-orrBaBg hr 'i .
.umMwvaj
AHD CIRCULAR SAW
: '-""" .i'-u,
ww
' THE OYSTER iTBAPE;;', '
. HMtl 0- " t Hit". i.
mtosu CAW,-;:
OYSTEiBS.:
" COVE'""
OYSTERS,.,
Spieeil Oysteit.
FIl! KXEll 0 Y8T K B8
TUU SUBSCRIBER IS SOW RECBIV.
INO DAJLV, hi the Adama, Ijwraa,, MALT
B Y'8 world-raaowiaoaJBaltinitira : , ..;
Twk, Csx;9g" and ShU9yiie.
" rreeh. Hrmfili!ll.aal POV, .8Pr?
ICBXkOYSTm. u.. .. .. ,
BOBEBT OBR, Agent
7.tf DetKit. II Wnat Tlh-!itrt
OYSTERS.
CAVAGNA'S
Oyster ' sporting House,
HO. 31 WGST FIFTU-8TBEBT,,.,j
THE SUBSCRIBER IS TStyW BKOBIV
lilO dallr, JVM Kzpran, hla aalendld Oyiten.
Hftriug completad arrnqgameuta In Baltimore, on
tbamoat axSnnlT. acale. 1 wlllatall t madnrni
theeeaaon be prepared to furnUh mr friend, "ana
therwitof raankind.'V with the most .DSUCIOUB
HI VLV liaimnortad to tha Onean Oitf; Hone bo
the very, beat Imported. , Uoeat. laaiNtfUian la . onerea
at thia Ii
m port ma-noia
alollolted. am.
- Order
Termioaah.
A.
'plt '
Bole Importer ana Propru
ietor.
oysters;
y . .... ,..'i-Ar-, ,;',
TODD'S OLD STAND,
NO. 69 &IX1H-8TRKKT. "i AM BKCErV
VQ dallr, SCTH'S Calebrated MAMMOTH
0TBTEB8 which I am aeHinff at P'!,dn'.2
low prioee by caao or down. Duller and ramlllet
wanting a very larg-e; fraah Oyetor, will ileaaa aenil
their ordera. Attached to tbli eatabliinmant la a
nlce.oulct.reipecubla Saloon, where ronoao hafe
0-ra Cooked In every Wle, and aerved op in a
ilea I'and superior mennar.' 0 oargoe ie than atany
other plaoo. ' foclOj i JOHM MAIBN.
THOS.. SMITH'S
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
Jot, 83 (lycnmara-atreetV cpoealt Ike
. J. National., Taeate.'- '
B.C. BOOKING, Agent.
ALSO-Oraaaed FltB and Gaa freah.and await
Butter, c delvrared at all hoiira, fraaof obarga.
... ., . .-(deltf) ...
rina, Fat, Frwh Oirrias,
Magnnm Bonnma, at bia Wholesale and Balall Ou
ter iionea,
253 253
253 . 253
, WallaW U T-8T iC EET
now
weet aide.
J. FARROW, it SON'S
aTilSLEBRATEO BALTIMORE OYSTERS
receired duly by ue aanu ax
preia Company, iu whole and half canti
All Oyatera aotd warranted freh and of
the Tory beat doalilyJ. B. OWlKaS,
Agent. Nw n iftlrJtreav-bet Blaio
and Walnnl-trt, . ,r
I. B. I'ne traae inppnea
on the moat liberal
, - ,i , .. oc3ioni
fnrmif.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL,
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
TBI SKIN, BHEUMAT13M, DISKASKS OF
WOMKN, and inch Oaronlo bom plain tau may be)
beusllttwl by the Hyf yenlc and Atmoaathto lyatain
of hiaoploa..,' "". ' ' ;-,v---,, .--''" ; i,
'. Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, AnHnito, Ueroary, Tar
kUh, Btaaian and Ilsctro-Ohemical Bath, a Dl
penaaryof Modlclua, and rery. manner -of Kleotrie
and magnetic Apparatua.
HO. St WIST 8KV8NTU-8TBBXT.
.arpmoe hjnrU t A.' tr; to j ' anH-tfl
, Ofilot, 90 Weit Semtn Street, ;
invni visa iB tia.
100
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
OlVlOE-No; M Weat bVteuth atreet, between Vina
and Kaoa. . BuidinccNo. 14 Seventh street, be-,
ween Walnut and Vino. Ulrica IIodbi IU to bH
A. f -, lt.JH P. M.i tn V, H. , ..
WM . M . HUNTER,
DENTIST,
no r- ' :-.r yjfttf VJuamtrett.
' . .iSnooeeeor to Enowlton a Tufl.) '
DEISTTTST,
No. 56 Went FonrthSt.) bet. VValnat sV Via
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
PURE AIR!
It
NawIModcof Veatila ion!
Call and aOaedf . . ,
P ATEST: ,
Hitting and Ventilating Furnaces,
' . .' ' ta operational '' ' ; '' ' '
CHAMBERLAIN A'OOj'fl "
Stow War-rooms, No. 61 ani 65 Vine-it,
. . (Batow ooinrohla.) . ,
Sawyer & Go.
ANOHOIl
AWARDED. IBB B1LVIB allDAL . .
. ; i AT TBI
HTATE FAIB,
' HU at ZancTilie, October,
I ' . ; I . : :, .,
' ' MANUFACTURED BT "
CHAMBERLAIN i CO,
SAMPLE AND 6ALE-B00M8,
ioi. 31 and 53 Viiie-.t.V
(tjaoosd door Below Oelanbl,)
Cl!Ntl NNATI. ,; UU 1 O.
novcml j,
Book Binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCH (S3, 8 JIA8T
Fourth-street, etwen Main and Sckmo, Cin
cinnati. axf-ft. binding I avaryttrk. atu.K Boots noet.
ly and daerably bond. v C. VBOfEU.
eta
.
;
MISdELLlAEOUS. '
$30. $30. 30. 30.
" ThiriDaUar.DouWwLock-Stilclj ,
d -I-!
'"'Bkotkatbii iotx MTntJW fathit,'
RIS MACHINE ' HAS ' BJSHfl.-rBO-NOCiitTICD
hr U eoitipetewUBdaeawha
have It, to be tha heat and mt Minuir rea
lly Sewing Machine oTer Introduced, reanrdle.a
r price. It will aew all khid. ef family gootle,
from tne wry thickest tnthevun fliioatmbrlcamado,
anil usee all kind, of thread, frnm No. 8 toWtl.
Naellla Uaed on taper the ninehlae.'"
Send fore circular, or call and aee It in operation.
Opun mrl appllcatioa,6Uteaiid OountyBtghtamay
be neoored . ' i' ' -1 ' ' r :
Anaa.rjetio peraonoaamakaa fortune la a abort
time.- AgauMwaoteAlnallnnaoldrrltor. .
de le and exolmlve agent for tb United Statea, ,
'acPWcal lj. Went ronrth.trpat.Olnolnnatf.
JifXeisi. Jobber,
r W. T. & S. D. DAY & 00.,
. lianufactnren and Dealer! In .'
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND P0WBB,) ' - ' '
Aad all kind ot Prlntlm Materlala, Nea.
" llS, 173 nd 117 Weat Reuood-atreat,
" ' CINCINNATI. OHIO. . ,
ESPECIAL 'ATTENTION 19 CALLED
to ourMBPAli JOBBKB. Within . the laat
atKhteen awntbawe hToiotroducd them Into four
ten different State, of the Union, with the greatest
aatitfaction to the purttea purchasing. The power Ii
applied to the center of the platnu i ooaneiinently
there li.ao p.-uibUl' ' of Ita Bprtimlng from any
amount of proenure.. I h motiun vf iransmittea
to It a. toxanwadwell en the point ol contHCt with
the form.ia.urma A rittVBOT IMBKSHION at
..... m.M.h.aA I.Awhnr vlthnut fllvlnir .thla an ex
I 1 1 il iu m wan. v. . . T . . ---
amlnatlan. Tber aro8tron,durBbleaud rapid, and
are WABKANXED to give the muit entire aatla.
faction..
DOS
MADAME ELLIS, M. P., HAS JTOUNP
at laat iuit what the Ladlea hwrelengnaedea
and looked for In Tain, th aterlne Kllxtr.
The Dterina, Elixir U warranted to ooTa all d
or a uterine nature: mnaromauon oi tne
wnmh 4h KlilnAT.. the OtaHbh. and the UlMhra.
Prolapmaor Calling of the Womb. rHInfnl Henatra
fttlOU, COIoruBlB, araeiiurruon, iu iki, . p.nw
1. gnarranteed by the use of from two to five bottle.
01 tne BillXir, OI aur uimn wimwin wi tuv u.un.
Hto' and Urinary Organi, of male or lemaie, no!
niattur f
or
how longttiiilii
i BI.T.IH ealla earl
PHoe tl nor Bottle.
BiBitame Kuuir
lartlcular attention to the
following Oard of one of the moat prominent lrug
lata of Olnclnnatl.
To the PTBLtcamvrHa Lantu in PAariouUa.-
We, the undersigned, are not la the habit of giving
our name to Patent Hedlclnee; but knowing wellthe
Lady Physician, and. tbamedtclne called the Ctsrlne
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend 11 to all female
uttering from a'emale Dlseaeea or any kind; it ii
purely vegetable, and. in no case can doluiury; wt
Lay to all try, and Our word for H. you will Hud re
lif, , , i F. D. HILL, Dnrgl.t, .
totX , 1 'Corner or lflfth and Baee-etreeta.'
M" ADAME ELLAI8'S SPANISH SIMO
LATINO COUUB AND LIVKB BALSAM
cure.,, without fall, pain, in the Breast,; Baok.
Side or Limbs; Ooughi, Cold, Hoaraenewi, Diffi
culty of Breathing, ileadache. Flatulency, Henri
burn, Cbronto BheumaUam, Billlous Chollc, Cramp
Cholle, Griping Paina of the Bowels, Dnllneea,.
Stupor, Inactivity, Low of Appetite, and in Pain
ful Menstruation it Is a certain oure, and glvea
imnMillata relief. In but of the above disease!
it will give relief Iu twenty niinutoa, and a perma
nent cure by the use ottvo bottles. Only bUcentf
per bottle so cheap that every person n got it.
N B Ht ule kr F. n. HILL, llruailijt. cor
.riHnau kui it. ,
LrDruarglst, corner
of Baoe and FiftU-stnxitsi J. I). PARK, cprner of
1. I ni.d. w.iiv, v
KOKSTKLN' & 'Jo.
Fourth and Walnut; HUlllN
arnnrrra aara ii wv at 1 1 1 1 1 - na.iin.axi. n
corner Vina and Fourth; JOHN DICKSON, corner
of John and Sixth; PAUL BEINLK1N. corner
Eighth ana rteeniau. A no, .iiyvaiii manuno
k 00.. corner of Mala and Fourth! and lladame
ELLIS, 1M Weat Hixth-ntreetv - : sep.ay
HALL'S PATENT.
THE MOSTRELIABLE FIRE AND
BTJBOLAB PBQO J 8AFF.8. Tbey have glvao
more aatisfaotlon than any other now in osa.
We offer a reward of ONK THOUHAND 0OL.
LABKi to any person that cau. up to the present
tlme,8how a single Instance wherein tbey have filled
to preserve their contents.
Wll
1th this SAFE we challenge all oomnotUlouj
being the beet. Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing
tost with any establisbmunt .in the Onion, and the
party failing first, to forfeit to the otlur. tbe turn
Of J3,000.
vtaa
are nr.ioArMl to filrnUh a better flat, and atless
coat, than any other manufaotnrer in tbs United
State.
Sconil-haud Sares of other makers, also ou band.
Wereapectfully invite tbe public to call and exam
ine oar .lock before purchasing elsewhere. .
BALL, OABBOLL A CO., , ,.
bogU-yl Ho, lo and 17 East Columbia strent.
- Wi B. DODDS,
former) I ol HaJl.Dodds AOo. ; late TJrbea.Dodds
U Doddti & Co., ..
iaUanTAOTPBlig Of TBI , ,
' ' O O 3NT O in T J3
aPir and Ilurglar ' Proof
0 A.F E1S1
. W. Corner of Vine & Second Street.
' This U the most reliable FIBK AND
PBOOr SAFE that la made In tbe Unite;
la .mnlMl MrEACtlv frna from damn.
CBGIiA
9tatea.au
Can be sol
at lowei nrtao. and is of better workutanshl than
an be fcaas tlsewher. .
- We bar a large assortment on. band, and are
to tell at price that cannot fail to pleaaa,
Old Safes
Takaa la exchange. SECOND-HAND BARB
way on band at extremely low price. VJ
FRESH PISH'
SALT. WATER AND LA ICE K1H
TOZER'8 EASTERN FISn REPOT,
No. a00 Vlne-u., bet. Fifth and NUth.'
MR. TOZER BEOS TO ANNOUNCE
that be has established a regular-depot for
sale ol all kind of salt-water Fish, froth from New
f ork ; alto Laka Fish from Cleveland aud Sandusky;
together with dams and Oyetert In the shell, Lob
sters, Crab. Cel. (alive), anil all klods of seasouabl
Qameand Can Oysters. Ho wtll furnish the above,
named article OHKAPBR THAN ANY OTHEB
FLAOB IN THB CITY. Family orders promptly
attended to and went home free of charge. Pleat
emu nn -ii.f.nMiriini.ni, 1 ncif
SADDLE, TKUAK ANt UARMSSS
MANUFACTORY,
KM Alnln-atreeti three doors above Third,
KEEP ON ' AND AND MAKE TO OR
DER all k ndt of Horse Trappings, In the
and moat substantial manner. Alto, a large assort,
mentof Home Blank ts, Whips, Carpet and Leather
Rage, Brldlt Bit, lloffalo Bob.., Valises (the
tola-leather), Hail Trunks. Sponge, and a large
belonging to this line. J will tell as
a ina lowest,
D. S. CAREICK.,,.
ni.la.ay... ,
FX11ANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTVI'l
FOUHtvfiY. B. ALLISON. SuDertot.r.d.i.t
Pr Intlog irrialt ofal ) indt, I a v ln.;tl reel.
1. . .
...BaSSmc
:..). .'iifcl7.-'.. A,,,.,-,; ,
as
to
.
- .
all
'
the
'
best
real
as
sortment low
-
i: ' INSURANCE.
AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 181 9: 'Charter Perpetual
tfTAgencT established In Olnclnnatl In 1KJ0, h
dating all preaent local insurance uimpamea aea
aenclea In the Insuraaoe buaiuen. in thlaalty., Hit
yuara oonit ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex-
perlence, c
nturnrlsA and liberality, enwclally
mend the X'CSA Inanmaca Vompany to the favora-
ble patron of this comuaniky standlhgaoltary
and alone, tho sole mrvlvor and living pioneer of
Olnclnnatl onUrwrltr of lJWO. .. ' ,
r,s paid la ClBclnnatl dnrltn ffoat Five
j i.jv Veara, JlSmOM 87. i,, ., r..
OashGapitalJSBlOOO.OOO.
IABSOL0TB AND 0NIMPAI11KD. WITH A
gfJRPLUS OF tl,030,43 SO.
i, And tha prestige of 40 yean aucceisandeapeeJ.noe.
Over $100,000 La Ohio Seciirltles.
HP WAR DM OV Ji,aOO,000, 1.08SK8 '
Have been paid by tlie3.tc Insuranoe Oompanyia
tuo pns aw years.
nd Inlnuil NfLVIffllllaB
Fir aad Inland Navtttntloa.-Bisks accepud
at terms consistent with solvency and lair. pronia.
nis consistent witn solvency ana iair prome.
lal attention given to Insoranoa bf Dwelllngi
Oonteota, for terms of 1 tflSy.,-
Application made o any duly
o riled' Agent
amy .nino
TlctattentU
hltOompan
la nut and
promptly attended to. ny strict attention te a Mgtc
liaato ln.uraooe boainesa, thls Oompany la enabled
eai
inrl'
Ux)flMbothMan(ilty fer ine past and security for
the fmnrev P JicUa Issued without delay bf
JA8 H. OA ITKa," Agent, N. 40 Halai
A. F. rATO i, Aaalitant A left. ,i, j
3. K. LIND BT, Agent 171 Vine street.
i.i. HOOKl '. Aent: FMltotf; 17th Ward.
Will l
ant
WESTK15N INSVB1NGE COMPANY
op t!jciitATi.',-';''-;t"
riFFICS IN. THE SECOND STOUT, 6f
Vf No, t Front-street, between Main
?Chls Company Is taking Tire, Inlai
ka at current rate of Dremlnm.
and Sycamore.
and and Marine
r Loasea fairly edjusted and promptly paid.
1 T fcckert, 1 t Ball. 8 W Pomeroy, ;
, im K.iii unn:..... .
w miam uienn. w c. niccnerf vv u nana, "'
Hoburt Mitchell, W H Oomatook, L 0 E Stona,
Bobt Buchanan, ..OOSbaw, . , Geo Stall,.
Wm Sellew, Hath Evans'; " J H Tsaffe,
DavldOtlnoui U BracKmaui I J OIsnam,! -:
HUlearwater,,j fcilllett.-, , - ...
, . T. F. KOKEHT, TresWent.
' BTtanrW MoBSk. Becretrtry.'' ' ' ' i ' v o8
Fire and Marine Insuranoe.
Cluzetas'- Insurance Company,
t,;;:";.;,1. 0F;;ciNciN;Tfltov;: j
vinmuAvpai
rrniiKUi vt uuur ' - -w
' i : -i tsaaWO. C6pel,i
8. Clark, ,
Andrew Erkenbrechen Joseph Reaklrt,
(ieo. W. minop lira. HBQeri
1.1 A AD c. COPELEN. President; -
. Ho:W.0opLii!t, Secretary. " ' 'V. i - '
..f i.l. 1 1 Tr. A. H. BOSS, Surveycr. i
" fs' ire'harea to Wane Policies onr Fire and Marine
lUalu.onlavoraMa terni OIBce No, 1 Wtpt Third-
Jtreet,,'ruiit0. Building. ( , , , , uoMm
' Natidnal Insurance Co J
.?. cllloIllatI,'olllo.'','',;, j
' (Cffl'ce South-west Opr. Main and Frbn't-atreeU,) '
Marine, Inland. .Tran'spbrtation,' and
Fire Risks j
'" TAKEN AT CURRENT RATKi. ;
T:vt . -.1 ,.lii
ii. i I.., BIBBOTOBBiii
Johu Burgoyne. K 11 Smith,
I- , '.-i.i'i 1 I
obart Moor,
Vn, Hnnworth.
una I, juoore,
recnneimer,
X'WIedemerJ' TboaOnj
.1 L Roes. Thoa B I
.HWHinHhil i
Henry Kills.'
11. C. UBNKU,Bc'r. JNO. BDnOoVNK,Pws.
nosiifm P. A. hpdioman, surveyor,
Cincinnati Insurance Company
OAPITAL .. iSO.OOO.
OFFICE "NO. 4 . FRONT-STREET. IN
8DBEH against Lot and Damage by Viw, also:
Perileof the !o aud Inland Navigation, i
... ..- ,., ,. . i DIBEOTOBfl: ' i ',;
Jno.W Hartwell, Allen Oolller " Wllllkm Iteaor. ,
John W Ellis, '' Jaai.sLnnton, i Ohas.W Bowland,
John W Dudley, James A raster,, J W .Canfleld, .
U X wooilrow. , it i Taj-tor, a n wwsiow.
0 8 Williams,
llonmanCKaW.
imams, ii iiicdi
11 lcBlrnnv.
..I 'Ii; I
JOUN.U. lIABTWBLii, President
nit,
noA
I Q. W.,Wu.bUMiBc-ti'Otitry,
ii.j i iFlRK ANU MARINE.,
Eagle Insurance Company,
.V OF CINCINNATI.
...iv. asiBtuaat pocicirr. j
Henry Kesaler, Anthony tty, iWm.
Wood, J.' VI! Garriion, Samuel H. Taft, George W.
Townley. Smith Betls, , m.ri ,- j i,.i ,m
SiiaVBiOEi-J. B. Lewder and David Baker. neVay
tt.Ol-MO
. ..-rt, t , . .adiuw4
no ton umoj)0 4M
aSaiaod qua uoteoidd
Itt M. V
Ai'.'A ,
rr m wctiii ili it '
iru a aiajra. v xa.
I.i j Moa pueuSD UlMd 'OV'Sfl
Hloto Samoa -waMjuj JiiOLt 'MUqonr inuifl j -ueu
utu jopun put Joadu qioqX'pllos msemwj-arT'
NOW BNOMIS NJ S.SX Hid 'S3ZIS 11 V,,
..ii ..i OLIIJVU. fwa. r WVJ. -h
1 'touhiatM ntiit iiiiini.rri nTiiniini'
' - ' ' U.l. 'll ,1 I.,, fait,
uoprmcf
eataBxaBxeaawaxas
1VIIE " OUTCALT ELASTIC ME.
JL TAtLIO KOOFINO'Ms offered td the public
as the best and elieapest- Uletal.Boof now naed, Its
merit tested by an experience of yean iu this city
and vicinltv. Annlled 10 flat or ateee. old or new
buildings. No solder used fattened aeourelyjwitl)-
uuiuDuaanuiiii.wjiiuiiiHi ilvwubuu. ' I
rrepurea sneet. uoxea lor snipment to any pan 01
the United State, can be entailed by any on
e
with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
uauurwAijij a vju.
jyl.tf ., . i Weattiocond sreet.
FAI'JiiNX, UACHINiJ-MAiiE PAFKR
B AOS, for Grocers, Druggists. Tva Dealer, and
othars, made from extra quality or wrapping,
nllle and White Tea Paper.. .
200,000 No. 1 W rappkpg and Uanllla;
sui.ooono. S " - ;
800,000 No; -I ' " '"
I I . 1- 800,000 No. i , . ,.;. . " 1
, WOlWIOMo. , "'. . . '!"
' 'iOO.OHONo. 8 1' 1 " " "
' M0,WKo.M (::
aio.oixi No. is '
aw.oocN. it " ' !
200,000 No. ao ,j, r
.. ... aoil.No,26 , , , ;
" liio.OOO No. 1 White Tan Bags; '1
aoo.oooNo.
10,000 No.
The above are put ud tn nackacet of MO baas each.
SVa era manufacturlno from aixlv to aevfintr-flie
thouaand uagepereai .
dai .
NIXON A OHATFIELD
Facer Bag Manufaoturer.
And Wholeealo Paper Dealer,
ocas
77 and 79 walnut-atreet .
(Jf
i Feathers and 'WinteryMinihby ,
Of evsiy deiorlptlon, wbloh 1 km selling1 at e ini
advaae on New York prloes.wholttals and ratal
! 'no! n I i4 Fifth -street, bat, Bucatnd Kin
G ANDY I OAND
1
, (snooeaaot to Hrnt Oo,)
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dea'M
40 MAIM HTRKfir, CINtlNNAH
- " ' i1'1 "' " i" M I'i-i . .. i in,. myr.
Slid At aoolis. wt'hf'just-
reived large supply of new- Fsnlts, siicl,
Figs, Prune. Natural Ptacbaa, .pineapple, una
berries and Strawberries, attuned Jallle and Jam
Prewrved Fniltti la endless variety ; delloat
Port, Sherry, Hadeliaand Champagu Wlnet, rbni.-i
lag the largeat and moat complete assortment
" good thing. " avtroffered lq ilieelty before. , J'.
.tale, wbeiasale and t.Uli,y , j,.l-vj'. ....
. " , ,, i,,MoDOALp 4 COi,.
i dolt ) ft and Branch Store M Waal Finrth-.
Commlationtr of tbt tluparior and Cooimou i lia
Court.. Bank Building, north wast corner ol Mali
Bd Teird-etraett. .. bo.
BY STATE'
:
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859. CHICAGO,
Great Western and North western
Great Western and North western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI, LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shorteat Boar betweeo Ciaolaaaul
- TTiieePaeamiTerTrlo.lMTeCHfnatiQailr,from
the foot of Mill imd Front street. .;., - i
aiM A OL-Chlcago Mall arri ves at IndUnapolls
at Xi:m P. 11., Chfcaio t,W:Sq J . TbU) ra
conni-cts with nil night trains out of Chicago lor
the West and North-west; sonueats at Ipdlituapo.
IU flth. ti.ii n . for Terra flaute:. alio with Pern
trains for.ei H, .Louiport, 0(j
letlo, .... - -. ...
.. l!2i4S 1'. ;n. Tsrre nanta ana uai
CiiUll
iwouation arrives at Indianapolis at 6;
mallng direct connections at Indianapolis with La
fayette trains for Deoatnr, Hprlngfleld, Naples, (Juln-
VJ. 1LMIUIIWIWIU 0,4M.lll,
, 1 1. ill. Chicago kUprea. arrlveeat Indianapolis
ivu;n a. ja maxing ciese conneciiona at vawmju
with all morning trains out of Chicago. -
. Bleeping cars are anacned to aii nunt train
oil this Una, and ran through to Ohloago without
ahaniraof cara.
1 This it exclusively Western and North-weatern
rente, and with fav.raWe and reliable arrangementa
wltb all oeuneotloroeile throughout the entile
West, guarantee onnmal care and tee empteet a
oommodationa to tho patrons ol tbls line, . .
" The Oompany'a exolnslve Telearanh Line la naed
wn.a neceasary, to govern tna:movem4nt'f train
and Loughridge celebrated PM.ntilraJue.erw.
taohed to all passengor trains, by wbloh they oani
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern lm-
nrovementa Beoaasarr for the oomfort and safrtv ot
panengera, tbe.mauageraof this road bare liberally
provided, i i ., ...... . .... ,. -..P.
. Smoking-car on this Unaii. v
. War Be sure you are in tberlgbi ticket elBoebefbr
von purchase your tickets, and ask log ticket via
Lawronceburg and lndiaimpolls.
Vara iheaume a by, any other route: Baggag
MB0r?0rBUf lirETB,' go'oi nntii oed.'eaa i ob.
tairjed at the ticket oiBoes, at Upenoer House Corner
north-west corner BroadwaV and Front;' No. I Bur
net House Corn r t the Wal aut-street Ron, and
at Depot office, loot of Mill, ou Front street, where
allnacetaaryinniniiatlODDiaybehad.1.' - ,
.Omnlbuao ra to and rrDH'eaob train, and will
call foi passenger at all hottlj and alt tiarta or tha
olty,b) leaving address at el lb iroffloe.
W. H. L. NOBLX.
; P014
!i
Oeneral Ticket Agept.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati. Hamilton & Dayton
mm
Cincinnati. Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
fii x- D'A't i Trains ;L1iavS ;thi
f3 Slxthtreet Depot. '" '
Train run taronga to Cleveland eandriaky, To
0 and lndlananolis without change of oars. .
hxoi
h Tickets for all Eastern. Western, North.
airn and North-western cities.
n a. ua ivA.rtf.ii.BB XHiain For Hamilton,
Biohiuond, Indianapolis. Lafayette. Chioaao. and all
Western Cities. Oonneota at Biohmond with U. and
0. Hoed for Lpgansport; ulea connect at Hwnllton
forOxforri: c. 1 ' 1 - :
iHA .!!. T1LAIN rof'Davton. SnrlnkSald.
Sanduakyi Toledo aud Ohlcago. -Tlila' train. make
close couiieAtleWwItli all tralna leavlne- Chlcaa-e the
sikiae-evenliigv Also connects at (Jbbama" roa Co-
LBHBt's; at Uellefontaine with B. and I. H. East
aud West: at Forest vritK Pittsburi. Fort Wavneand
Ohicagu Ballroad East ,aud West: at . Clyde with
Cleveland aud Toledo (tailroail trains for Clove) an 4
and Detroit; at Dayton for Oreenrille, linlou, Win
chester and Munol. . .
,10 A. M. KXl'RKTRAIN-ForCIBvelau,l
via Delaware for Duukirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
iorK,auu an jbaeiern-ciuea. Aiaoconneotsatvreat.
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all
Eastern cities. - ' ' - - :
:tiitO P. 01. T It (4 IN Fur Hamilton. Rli'huilinJ.
luuiauapuiiH iBnv nauie anu saint iiouia; eou
r aNu a. w
amlltoB tor Oxford. Ao.
H.'M 1. I. mn itiu c.n. t. .... a-l a . I
uiifi,.. UL.in.ajLiiT-V' vnjiuu, E,vi,Iiueiu.
sviirivuwiiiD. uiuih, tuiwiu, veirun, uuiuimui uu
allpolntsln Canada. Connectaat Bellefontalue with
ii. ana 1. u, it., tanttna w est.
l l,:lil P. HI. KXPItKTttAIN-Fnr(!li..
land.jia Doluware for Dunklik, Buffalo, Boston,
New lork, and all Kastern cities: 'A lo, xiinol at
Creatlina for Plttnburah. PblUilnlblila. Balllmora.
and all Eustern cities. ....
BMTThe night Exprem Train leaving -Cincinnati at
11:90 P. M., leaves tlally t.xourt SATOaBaf. All othr
trains leave daily bxoipt UvaBAYs; '
.VI luiiu.i fuiviuiniwu .UU ll.KVW, B,fll iiw
Ticket offices north-east oorper Front and Broad.
way, uo.imr vvaiuut-stredt, near uiusou noute, at
the new Ticket Office, ou the woat sldo of Vine-street,
l...uiDu..-Ma n ,. . 1 . . . ii . . or.i...:
street Houte,or at tb8lxth-ttreet Depot. '
noii 11. mo i.attaH. nnpermtenaen;.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Though Express Trains.
IIRST TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT 10
? A. M.; connects via .Columbus and Cleveland:
via Oolnmuns, Steubenville and Pittiburg: vik
ticlnmbus, Crestline aud Pittaburg; via Ccfluni-
batand Bellalr CWbeollEf).. Also, lor Bprmgnfia.
Thin train topa between Cincinnati and Columbus.
at all tbe principal statlooa. .1
' BKCUNO TKAIN-Columhua Aocommodatlou
at 4i4ll r. M. This train stops at all stations ba.
onneoti
via iloTuinbne. (h-eatline and Pittabnrff: via Oolum.
but Btenbonvllle and Pittsburg; via Coliunbut and
Cleveland. - - . . .
This Train (tops al ' Loveland, Morrow; Xenla
and London. BLEEPINOOABH ON THIS TRAIN.
aMTTbeDay Expreaa runetnrunHb to Cleveland,
Wheeling aud Pittsburg, via BteubonvUI, wttbont
obange of cars. '
The NIGUl' EXPBKUH Iraln leavlngOlnclnnatt
at HitfO P. m.t run dally, except BATUHUAIS,
Tbe other Trains ran daily, exoapt BUN DAYS.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing.
niagara xaiia, vuuaira, vioveiauu,
Fitttburg,. Wheeling, aud all the Eastern place.,
apply at tne umcea, waiuut ntnei tiouse, no. our.
pet Howe, south-rout corner ol Broadway and 1 1
roat
treets, and at tbe Eastern Depot. '
- Train ran by Oolnmbn time, which It teven mlu
ate faawr than Cincinnati time. .. .,
' J. DDBAND. Bnp't.
Omnibuses callforpaaoongara bf leaving dlreotionl
at the Ticket Offices. nol t
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Qincinnati and Jtv Louis.
, THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CABS.
' Two Daily Train lor Tincennes, Oairo and St.
Louis, at 7:20 A. M., and 7:V) P. M.
Three Dally Trains for Louisville, at 7:10 A, M
1:00 P. M., and 7:90 P. M,' ' .
une Train ror mvansvuie it cm r. m.
The Train connect at St. Louie for all aolntsin
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy and Keo.
knk; nt St. Louis and Cairo for Memphls.Ylcktbnrg.
Sralche7.andN(nv0rleana. i
One Through Tral
UrrtJinmio Fait Line Leave East St. Loi
uJ.
c)n.
Bnudaya excepted, at 6t50 A. M., arriving at OTnci
nail at 111:1
( - JtxpRis TtuiN-Leave East St. Louis dallyat 4:10
P; M., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:29 A. II.
v'-Z' .J-' 3 'I0 THBoilUH TICKETS
:io r. m
loan points nest ai a soutn, please apply at the
offloe. Waluhtstree 1 House, between Sixth and
Seventb-atnett, No. I Burnet House, corner office,
aorta-waatcorner itL f ront aud U-oilway, Spencer
UQUtumce.anaattne uenni. coruar ifrontanii m
111-
f Ohrftilfhte?all fur asSen'
lent,
oca
nfer.-
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
.
')
Gve
ronarh Route foi-
lUllf A kTl um
intnauaruuio,
' TEBKB HAIJTB,
Ot. LiUUlD,
hi U: ! LAFA
IUU A CP.
bAFAJK'ITJs, ' 'i !..:
.rr u: ill if in?, a'
11UAUU,
; tOwANSPOB'i
pruii.
' '"' . . 'OUT' AN1,
IWO DAiLK '4'HBOUttH TBUNB leav.Slxth street
Depot, at t A. M. and 4:90 P. M,
a A. II -INDIAN API 11,1 NHT I .nil la a (in in..
,, ad FAbT X x.PBESS.-1'hrongh direct, making else
1 -unectloofor another Western and Norlb-woatera
" points. This Train also connect at Biohmond with
.jiOlnalnaBtl and Chicago Boads, for Anderson, Koko.
-! no, Logansport, andall solute on Wabash Vall.v
i ; Ballroad. . .- j.'!-
! LOUIS NIGHT BXPBESS.-The above Train mak
olot connection, at Indianapolis, LafayotteandChl.
u.n. BlIK Tt.ln.r.Mir.m ll.,,la Un.lnnH.U U .... k
' I I4and. Oa'lesbur. Kendsmtt Lkirose.Jackonvlll.
. I tiaiivllla. Burlington, Milwaukee, Uattoon, Naple.,
Ulena, Qulncy, Prairie du Obien, Pane, Peorl-,
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