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SATURDAY-
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TIME'S HEALING.
Monro, 0 rsjofctag heart! ,
The boon ereflylng; . . ,
Bach oni DM treasure takes,
lech onaaome bloeeom breaks,
And leaves It dying; -The
chill, dark eight draws near
The hud will loon depart.
And leaf thee sighing,
Then moara, rejoicing heart! -,
The hours ars foingl. .m T
Belolce, t) grieving heartl ....
The hours fly fait - i i
With each tomt arrow flies.
With each som shadow Bias, .
Until atkwt h (. I.,., , .
Th red dawn In the east ,., ; . .,
Bids weary nlgal depart, , ,, , ,,
And p1d la put;
Bejuiee, then, grieving haartl
The hoan fly faatl ,,.,t .. i ' .
TIME'S HEALING. General Jacksons Bravery as a Boy.
The following inoidenta of the boyhood
of Gen. Jaoltion, copied, ftom Patron's
Life of Jaoksoo, ooourre4 nduriDg the
partisan war in the Wtahawi;: ' I,
In that fieroe,' Scotoh-Indian ; warfare
the absence of a ' father from home was
often a better protection ta'ihis family
than his presence; because1 hie presence
invited attack. The main objeet ofjjoth
parties was to kill the fighting . en, and
to avenge the slaying of .partisans... ,Tho
house of the quiet hero "Hicks,, for,
example. wWw.4til,Jt. was noisod
about among the tories that Hicks was af'
home. And tnus it tame to paBi, tnat.
when a Whig soldier of any note desired
to spend a night with his family, his
neighbors were aocustomed to turn out
and serve as a guard to his house while he
slept Behold "Robert and 'Andrew
Jackson, with six others, thus employed
one night in the Boring of 1781, at the
doiuicil of a neighbor, Capi Sands, The
guard on this oooasion was more a friendly
tribute to an active partisan than a service
considered necessary to his safety. In
Bhort, the night was not far advanced
before the w.hole party wers ' snugly
housed and stretched upon the floor, all
sound asleep, exoept one, . British
deserter, who was restless, and dozed (a,t
intervals. '!',);', " ' i "..-,.
Danger was near. A band of tories. bent
on taking the life of Captain Sands,
approached the heuBe in two divisions,
one party moving toword the front door,
the other toward the back. The wakeful
soldior, hearing a suspisous noise, rose,
went out of doors to learn its cause, and
shw the foe stealthily nearing the house.
Ho ran in in terror, and seized Andrew
Jackson, who lay next the door, by the
hair, and exolaimed: , :"' y ' '
"The tories are upon net" ,
Andrew sprang up and ran out Seeing
a body of men in the distanoe,-haplacea .
the end of his gun in the low fork of a
tree near the door, and hailed .them. No
reply. . He hailed them' a second time.
No reply.! They quickened their; paoe,
and hud come within ewtodiMtfhe
door. By this time, too, the guard in the
house had been roused, and were gathered
in a group: behind the hoy.. Andrew
discharged his musket,! upon which the
lories fired a vollev. whioh killed the1
helpless desei-ter who had given the alarm.
Tho other party of, tories, who were
approaching the) house from, thelpthet
sido, hearing this disohargs,' and the
Tush of the bullets above their heads,
supposed that the .firing issued from a
party that had issued from the house.
They now fired a volley, which sent a
fehower of balls whistling about the
heads of their friends on the other side;
Both parties hesitated, and then halted.
Andrew having thus, 4 by t his : single'
discharge, puizle-1 and stopped the
enomy, retired to the house where he and
his comrades kept up a hrjsk fire from the
windows. One of the gtfefil fell mortally
woundod by his side, and another received
a wound less severe. In the midst of
this singular contest, a bugle was heard
some distance off, sounding the cavalry
charge; whereupon the tories conoluding
that they had come upon an ambush of
wbigs, and were about to be assailed by
horse and foot, fled to where they had
left their horses, mounted, dashed pell
mell into the' woods, and were seen no
more, r ' ; ..-, ,T ..... , ..
GREAT SACRIFICE
JEWELRY.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE
' J (By order f Oourt,) , , ,v ' '
. OF THE STOCK OF
J. R. GARDINER,
KO. 164 MAIN-STREET,
(SKCOND DOOB ABOVE FOTJBTH-STBIET.)
' " 1 '' M '.' .i
Sale
ENTIRE STOCK
IS CLOSED OUT.
D. K. Oady, Jr.,
dcUaw
ASSIGN KB.
PURE WINES & LiaORS
FOR. THE HOLI D A Y 8 .
THE 8UBSCRIBEB HAVTNO RBMOVBD
to hla new tralldlng, No. SI Watt Thlrd-ftreat,
hitWMtn Walnnt and Vina, baaalaara to call four at-
tcDtlon to the following arUolaa, of hli own ImporU.
mm, inonsoi aem naTing oeeo iaiwwa persoDBiiri
ilnrlnffa vnoank nlMjinn tnnr In Rnmiwt. and Bur,
rhamil from tba grower! for caab; conqintlr, thj
i no vo ruiu ai trtj low ngnra, navinc do comvia1
aioii or oxpeDM to add to tba orKlnil coit.
' All wtlcleavarraalad para and genolne, Ho I ml'
latinniikftiit in thaaatabllihraant. "
OBAOipnKna WlnM.of tba moat eelabrated brand!,
rn fl'lWf Ufc DIMUl IHU UMl IUI. .1
Still and Hpwkling Catawba Wins. .
Rtanhk WlDMrof variooa braodj, of the bast qual
i,-.ln I AM. . , , I
S. JnHomaaiCliatoanMargaoi Claret, In oaaaa
anTTT89X0.
ma Hiart Wla, la easaTlntaga 137.
irinadiil Mwlelra, In raaM-rllitaga isit. i
Fiu Did PhwrV, Id oaaaa. ' I
. rf irvkf ,1fr,aiKl VoiX Wioaa, on draught.
Fine Old BYandiaa of tha noat oaletraM brands,
. OM rktittb. aad Irlab Wblaklaa. , .
, J'niwlaa andBoarboh WbtofclM. A
i :lwrry, KiupbeiTy and Blackcarrr BraiidlM. ,
tAvenilor Brandr,
f.iut Imlia, Vienna and SwIm Stomach Blttr.
Huo llaTana Olgan, of variooa brand.
('ruli Iropurtatiaaof One Tabla Oil, ranch Mn-
M ni, oarumw,
HCHKT BBAOHM ANN.
dsU-oadtJal
Thlrdtrat,aoerVIna,oln'tl.
i
HARRISON & COLLINS'
aTlBKXSAL BEB-HIVB 6ALLKBT. oor-
J ner af Fifth and Weatera-row. Photocrapha,
MeUinotypoa and AmbrutrpM takaa cheapar iban
alaawbera In tha city. Oil Colored Fbotograpbi
made or all aliea, rrom me to tne imaiieat miuiacura.
riotnrea naatir at lu uoosau, jsreast-pina, iingar.
ring and Uracaleta.. All work warran ted. . . ;
uolo-ay , .,. A. B. BLOOM, Artist.
.'v vDooitUliOCKs, ; .,
R. R. CAR AND ;8WITCH LOCKS,
Door aid Oate-Springs, " ; ': ....
., HOU SE BCLC 'tMAt.C RIALS,
SIIiVEIUFtATCU DOqR-PlvATKS,
Bells pang, Keys Fitted.
., The public ar rutootfnllr InrlteJ to oall and eg-
am Inn tho Tariou, pattorna and aricea.' AU Jobbing
promptly attanded to " - ! '
' GKOKOK AleGRKGOtt, '
t noacin Hi). 153 riftb-atreet, i door front lUce.
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WESsT FOUBTU-BTKKBT,
next Co Hmlth A Nixon 'a Hall. OlnotBniitl,
Ohio. A aploodid Oift, worth from ovoenta to 1U0,
ill Im sivdn with avarv book for which we receive
one dollar Mid upward t the time of ale.
Ullta coniiei Of uoia ana Diver rt aictiea, mum
Gold Uhaina, splendid let of Jewelry, flne Hold
ramlnta. Oonta' fin d Vaat.ohalna. and a lane va
riety of other article, of rich Jewelry, worth from
60 cant, to $100. i . ,.
Ladles and gantlemen are reepectfnlly Invited to
oall and examine out Mock. u '
jx -t. a?v lauucj a ,
. .. Pulillaher and Olft Bookaeliar, :
no21-lf I ' ' Wo. 28 Weet Fonrth -jtreet.
WILSON, GABLICK, CO.,
Fdrwirding and ' Commission
IWJBUCIIAJITS,;1.:";.1-
f KABEBS IN LIVE ' AHD DRB8SBD
11O0I. rora, uam, ttuu, iiuui, uiiun, w.
OlBoe north-weet oorner Sixth and Jntln-etreeta,
Uiucinnao, oppoeito tue uau noun, . - .
The undersigned having formed a .copartnonblp
In tha General Produce and OommlMlon Badness,
under tba style of Wllnon, Garllok i Co., respect
fully tender their aerrioea and solicit the patronage ol
(lieir irieuue auu hue v mn, kivu
Said to buying and sailing Hogs, Whisky, Flour,
rain, Ao. Their ehergea will be as moderate aj
apyothefgood honseln thttlly. Beferto the mer-
chants of Cincinnati geaersll y
A. WILSON, J
h. T, GARLICK,
L.T. BABE.
no28b
3 ! A. B. COLVILLE, f
' Scale Mannrotrrr . P
Mu, 41 East Beeond-itreet, between Bycamore ana
Brbadway, Cincinnati, keeps every description of ,
Gfnnrr, Platform, Cattle. Railroad Dryet,
I ana Track Scnlee) tract,
I Iron Watoaii cKf.
- Readme done on the shortest notice, nol-ta '
B. KITTREDQE St CO.
134 MAID BTBXIT, OIBC) NAT1, C
rimrnQEfa folsom.
JJ.Bt. Charles tlrast, Haw Orleass, tan
Iwivartera runeatv Hporiuc Apparams,
AID DIALUa WOrJH rOTMs.
RAILROAD HOTEL,
. i (Fronting the Btaamboat Landing.)
KrortH-east Corner Broadway aud Front.
I OIJOlltHAII, OBIO.
F. LEVERING, Proprietor.
WE MOREHOUSE & CO.,
I auacrACTCBjsM ahd sxaliu i
KtENITURE, CHAIRS, " AND ALL
TV . . . . J . tUt .A .... ' -I
aa. Jtinaa OI mattreeaes auu oeuuiu.ak 'w viu
stand. No. 136 gycamore-straett east aide, I it ween
Fourth and ruin-streets, aevantn tun aoov,
irniirth-ati-eet. Church Pews lined and ousMooed
All orders promptly attended to. o-l-cm
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MsT AHTTT?nTI!RWR.S (itf BAR. SHEET
1TJ. and Boiler Iroa, flow Slabs, Ballroai spikes
Etc. Also, A genu for the sale of 1 ronton bt' Nails
Wardrooms So. It Kast Second Street. Clo-lnnat I
OH- . ; L
"7
-TiLKANBR OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
J No. M Sixth-street, between Vine and Haoe. in
the ModJcal College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Per" as who
may favor him with tbeir patronage,oan rely t pnnc
tnallty and low prices.
spi-ay
Itloney! Money! Uloucy!
LOAN OFFICE.
HeaiOTedfrons 38 West Slxtb-atraet,
MOMET LOANED ON WATCHHS, JBW
BLBi' and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates ol Interest, at no. 17 visa-street, iMivreeB
PUIL ADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
' i. NO. 81X F1FTH-8TBBXT, SOUTH SIDE,
I ' - im (Near tbe.oorner of Vine,)
O.X. TICKKart, Proprietor.
6vters and Game served in all style. Heals atall
hours nolcni
' -'He P. '13IaIA)8
WiTCn&JfiWELRYUOUSB
16 West Fourth Street
Where ean be had every artlclo appertaining to th,
Snalnesa at meek lea price, for CASH, than
i as ever before been offered la this market.
GIVE USA CALL"
AndaeefprvctaaelTflg. ' ' M
WM. WHITAKER,
JEWELER, .
No. MX V. B. Cor. Fifth and Lodge itreets, between
A(op4e"rtmentof UILTKBand PLATED WABA
SPKOTAOLS, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Spools attention given to Cleaning and Bepalrlni
Watches and Jewelry. njrlO
BEGQ8 sb SMITH, Mo. Wert 4tn gt.
A KB NOW REOEIVINQ ADDITIONS TO
their lama assortment of Watches. Jewnlrr.
Silverware end Piaaaonds.
Aieo
A line assortment of Plated Tee Baas end Ontlerr
ad Onerm Glasses. TM
JNO. H. DETERS,
FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE
MA NI7irAHTIIBICIl.No. A3 West FonTth.Xrw.
hat now In store a large and complete retail stock of
Gentlemen's Boots, Hnoes and bllppert, which, tor
extent and variety, is not surpassed west of Mew
yon. Also, uentiemen s, sanies , misses' and
uhlldren's Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, AO., of bis own
KuaTaoture, at wboleeals. del3
A CAED.
mf' M.' f . BIWSON, of the'iaUi firm of
. TV eHswsonA Bolnias.wlllcontlnnetbeOoraniiB
slot), Stock and Bill Brakerane boilriess, at their old
office, No. , Easement Masoolo Building, Third
street. Besollcltaaoontlnuauasof the bntlness here
tofore soUberallybeitoredontl noWam
C. W. MACKELFRESH,
, Wagafnetnrer of
rfMS. SHEET-IRON AND ZINC WARE,
M. Baking and Seldliti Powder Box s. Tin Speak
ing Tube. Hoofing, and Dealers In Stoves, No. Kt
rifth'Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
agar AH kinds of Job Work itrntnptly attended to,
lds7ni
ORIEJJTAL EXCHANGE,
rfl HE UNDKESISNED.HAVINO EKFIT
Ja. Till tue BAliUun in tne nuqnlrer
Building, are now prepared to furnlnljifav. f
their friends with the heat lmporledAj
WlnM, liiquors and Cigars. . WiW'
' aar Baltimore uU Uysters serred In lar
tasrstyln. uri ,m . ' '
1-,m' ' , " tABTWOOTJ A HABQINT.
IWlBRDlKiiSI NEWSARDINMll
Xvi Just received tew of newSardlnna, In whole,
half and iiiufrter cna j also a few rases llonelena Bar.
dines. -Thrip SatMlnesam pnt np In.tlie Uueet oil,
and aiwextfeniely dnllcnte in flavor. .
For sale KHolessle and retail hy "-
,1011 N BAT KM,
dee sTallonsI Thealre'Rnildlns, Rvrnmorest.
DBMOVAL.-E, OSMOND. M. D..
MM Dentist. Iim remove.) to J7il Vlne.sln-e'. noar
BjvwatD, oppoaiM tue uas uiiice, uo: int
THE OYSTER TRADE.
, af C a ! Hil sO Cg r
,i tMm t je. iii avsjf
.OYSTEiBSs
af ... vuwaa
OYSTERS
opicca uysiwi. :
PIUK.LKD0T8TFBB
fTIHB SDBSORIBER IS SOW REOBIV'
M. ING DAI LI, by the Adams Cxprest, VAliT.
BITS wurld-renowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Kee ftnd Shell Oyiters
' ' " i i AUTO "
' Freak, Hormetlcally.aealwl COTB, 8PI0BD a .;
PlCKLklloySTKIW. '
'. :;; OBEBX OER, Ageat ..M;
fT-tf ';' I : Peaot, 11 West Flflh-irtret i
OYSTERS.
: : OAVAGNA'S
Oyster r Importingf; House.
NO. 31 W88T FIFTH-8TH.KBT.1 '.
rflHE 60BSCRIBEE IB NOW RBOSIV,
Ilia dally, per
Baving oompletod ar
tha most extenilve s
Exoreaa. his snlendld.Orsters,
ArranoAinHnia In Baltimore, wn
oilve scale. I will at all times dorins
ineauasou ne vruyanm ,u turuwu hj mtuw, wu
the rest of mankind," with the most DKLIOIOUS
B1V ALVkS imported to the Queen City. None but
the very best imported. Great inducements offered
. : . . ... i ... ,i a
at this Importiug-uouse. ..
Order aiolloited ana promptly mien. Termaoasn
1 tt, , n PKJBK. CAVA ON A, '
seen? ' Bole Importer and ProarlBtor.
oysters. :mu
. ,:.t ,. , .
TODD'S OLD STAND,
TTaTO. 50 SIXTH-STREET. IAMRBCBIV-
0TBTEB8 which I em selling at unprecedented
low prioea by case or doien. Dealers and Families
wanting a very large, fresh Oyster, will please send
their orders. Attached to this establishment la a
nice, quiet, respectable Saloon, where you can haw
vision uwkou m every ti, id, uu bww ' v -
clea land superior manner. Ubargea less than at any
otherplaee. lociuj ... JOHN NA1BN.
THOS. SMITH'S
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR1 OLD PLANTATION
OYSTERS, "
Depot, 93 Hycaniore-atreet', oppealte the
National Theater.
R. C. BOOKING, Agent.
AL8l-l)roaed Tieh and Game; frosh and sweet
Butter, Ac- delivered at sll hours, free of charge.
Ideltf -'
If You Want
fklJ "lne,Fat,Prvb Oistbhs,
yszr TODD'S
Magnum Bonums, at bis Wboleeals and Betall Oya
ter House,
253 253 253 253
WALNUT-STitJEET. -
bo fifth dour above Slxlb, Weet sldt.'
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
w received dally Dy tue Adams a.x
preas Company, in whole and half cans.
All Oysters sold warranted fresh and of
the very beet Quality. J. B. 0WINQ8,
Agent. No. 27 Fifth-atrect, bet. Alain
anil vValnnt-atreete.
N. B. The trade supplied oa the most liberal
terms. QOicn)
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DR. Sin'L 8IL8BEC
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES 01
IBS SKIB, EHK0MATI8M, DI88ASE3 OJ
WOMKN, end such Chronlo complaints as maybe
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopathlo system
of hisofflce.
Tapor, Bulphnr, Iodine, Araenlo, Mercury, Toy
klsh, Bnssian and Bleetro-Ohemical Baths, a Dls
aensary of Medicine, and every manner of Kleetrlo
and Magnetio Apparatus.
NO. 97 WEST SXVINTH-STBKET.
earftffioe hears A, II. tot anlfrtfl
ft. 8. NEWTON, M. D,
Offloe, 90 West Seventh Street,
HKTtfllk VlStl ABO tAOl.
8t
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Ornoe Be. 90 West Seventh street, between Vine
and ttac. Uuidimus No. u Seventh street, Da
wson Walnnt and Vine. Orrioi Bovu 7X to 8X
A, -. IHtnanP. M.if tnal.M. ' i
WM. M. HUNTER,
DENT 1ST,
nod ' ' 3B8 Vjrie-ttet.
J. TAPT,
(Soccessor to Knowlton 4 Tart.)
TT TP. TV "PTQ
US r jlu . -a- JL. -SU. a
Ma. 06 West Fonrth St., bet. Walnat ic Vine
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
iep24
PURE AIR!
NeS-odegof Ventila ion!
' Call and 8c On af '. :. .; .
SAWYER &!CO'S
He iting and yentiiating Furnaces,
" :.( ' laoporatlonat. '
C H AM B I R L A I N A C 0;'S ' :
Bton W&re-roomB, Noa. 61 Bod (3 Vlnoit,
(Below Columbia,) i .
Sawy er & C 6 .
" ' j
f.'l
M-W ' W at .
u." f vi
AWABDSCrrBX CILTJCB UIDAL
J i ' J . ,
" AltHa
STATE FAIR, !
Held at Zeneavllle, Oolober, 1S59. I
" MANUFACTURED BT . '
& CO.;
- 6AMPLX AND SALE-ROOMB,
IVo. 01 and 33 Viuc-itJ,
, (Heooai dour fcelow Columble,)
Ci;!CIIf,MATI, OH IO,
fnctoml ' ,
Book Binding
N ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8'IAST
rourtn-slieet, etween nam and Bycamo's, Oln
c nnatl
aisr8.blndlnLl svsryatyU. MrulsBooksneal
ly aad dinrablrbond. 0. OBOPPJlB.
tt'blnding,! sverystyU. Mrul
rjyn-fj
I
rascaELLANEOUSar: ' i
830.-' SO.:;;:?, fsa.'-::i:3'0;
Thirty-Dollar DijuUiloclt-fitiloli
riWSEWl.G5UlDKfflS
!sB0UXSBii.BXdKlrr 'tlTTIB8 FATKJm,
THIb MACHINE HAS ..BXEH JfRO
BOtJNOKD by all competent Judaee. woe
bare seen it, to be tba beat ana moat desirable ram?
Ily Sewing Maohlne ever Introduced, reaaroieea
efvrloe. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from tne very mioiesi tome very nnastiaoncsmsiae,
and nseaall kinds of thread, from No. 8 to too. . .
No all le aeesl aatORM tba fllaonlae.
fund fnra aironlar. or call and an It In oneretfon.
Upon early application, SUteand Oountj Bightsmay
besecured, ; . : .. . ', '
An eaergeno person ean maxe a rortnns to a snort
time, Agents wanted In all unsold territory.
W , H. C. BDRTMAff, "
8cleandexolnslveagiutfor the United State.'. I
' IjPftUW j, "?i.,0rh-er'eti Cjnolnoatli i
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CO.,
i Hannnutuvera and Dealers In
PRINTING: PRESSES;
no.:, i (BOTH HAND AND POWEB,) : , , .'
And nil kinds af Fvintla Moterlnla, Nee.
17S, 170 on 177 went nepona-eireei,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. :,
E8PECIAL ATTENTION 18 CALLED
to nnr MEDAL JOBBBB. 1 Within the last
eighteen months we have introduced them Into four
teen different btatesof the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to tbe parties purchasing. The power is
applied to tbe center of the platen '. consequently
there Is no possibility of Its springing from any
amount of pressure. The motion is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
the form, insuring A FEHFECT IMPBRBSION at
ihlgbrHteofapeed. , t ... ' - . ..
I'rmiera in waa oi tup eeoi junniuu snnuia
not nnrchsss elsewhere without Blvlna this an ex
amlnation. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WABBAN1B0 to give tbe most entire satis
faction. ' no3
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUND
at last Just wbatthe Ladles have lengneedeo
and looked for In vaiu, tbe Uterine Elixir.
ine uterine r.imr is warranteo to cure au ais
utam of a flterine NAtura.. Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and tbe Urethra
n i - vm. XI' I. n.ir..l Man.ft
rruiapeuBur ibiiihhvi iu. irvuuii riiuui uniiaii u
etlon, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; In fact, a perfect cure
is gaarranteed by tbe use of from two to five bottles
of the Kllxir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how long standing. Filietl per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of tne most prominent Drug
gist, of Cincinnati.
"To tax Public and tbb Ladiis im paitiotjlab.
We. the nnderslnnad. are not In the habit of ffivlna
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
May rnyeietan, ana tcemeaicine causa tne uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recdnimend it to all femalos
sutTeting from Female Plseutee of any kind; it la
purely vegetable, and in no case ean do injury; wc
say to ell try, and oar word for It, tou will find re
lief. . . V. D. HILL, Srugiet,
sep27 "Oorner of rlfth and Kace-atreett."
' -AL80- i
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
LATINO OOLSH AND LITEB BALSAM
ourea, without fall, pains In the Breast, Back,
Side or Limbs: Coughs, Golds, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty of Breainlng, ueadache.- Flatulency, Heart
burn. Ohronio Bbenmatlsm, Billions Chollc, Oramp
Ohollo, Orlplng Palna of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and In Pain
ful Menstruation It la a certain onre, and gives
Immediate relief. In any of tbe above diseases
It will give relief in twenty mlnotee, and a perma
nent cure by tha use of two bottles. Only 60 eenta
psr bottle o cheap that every person can get it.
N. BV-For sale by T. D Hit L.DrusgUt, oorner
of Bare and Flftb-etrvets: J. D. PARK, oorner of
Fonrth and Walnut; SUIBE, XCKSTEIN "o.,
corner Vine and Fonrth; JOHN DICKSON, corner
of John and Slxthl PAtJL BKINLKIN, oorner el
aigmnana sreeman. a no, ttraiu ounnLas
r i;i., oomeroi main ana aouriai ana maaamr
IIiLIB, lit West SUtb-ttreet. sep27-ay
HALL'S PATENT.
THE MOST REI.I ABLE FIHE AND
BUBOLAB PBOOr SAFES, They have given
more satisfaction than any other now in use.
We offer a reward of ONB THOUSAND DOL
LiABS to any person that can, up to the present
time.showa single inetanoe wherein tney bare failed
toeressrve their contents.
. n itu mis oaf m we cuaiienge an competition; as
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment ,ln the Union, andthe
party falling Brat, to forfeit to the other, the sum
of M.0W. r..
We are prepared to furnish better Safe, and at leas
cost, than any . other manufacturer In tbe United
States.
Second-hand Hafts of other-makers, also on hand.
Weresnectfullv invite the publlo to call and exam
ine our stock before purohailng elsewhere.
, , BALL, OABKOLL A 00.,
tngUyf So, . U and 17 Bast Columbia street,
" ' Wi B. D0DD8,
rormerlyolHall,DoddsAO.(laUDrba4oddAOo.
W. JB. llodds & Co.,
.:.;.',;',' ta ic ana or nil
',, cj,o 3KT.p aa aa r a
fire and Ilurlnr Prool
i. W. Corner of Vine Second streets.
This UJ. the most reliable FIBS ANB'SOBOLA '
'ROOF 8AFI that rs mad. In the United States, and
Is warranted nerfeotlv free from dams. Jan ha sold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship tba
can be found elsewhere. -
We have large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prioee that cannot fall to please.
Old Safes
Tekei In exchange. BKOOND-HAND BAFIIH a.
ways on uaao av exvenutiy tuw prioea. wjk
WARRANTED PURE DEODORIZED
WE ABB SELLING TUE BEST AB
nOLK of Coal Oil In ths market at
IM) CENTS PER GALLON,
And are wholesellng at :
' Man Prices, i
,'MeHENRY A CARSON,. !
IN MAIN-8TBBET, BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH.
IdeUawJ
BAUDLUi TltlMK AM) AHMM
MANUFACTORY.
10!) Maln.atreet, three) doora stbova Third.
frEKP ON AND AND MARB TO 0B-
mxe. vEHau nils of Horse Trapsing.. i
inslnff..
and most substantial manner. Also, a large assort
ia mostsnostentiai manner. Also, a large assert
entqf Horae Bias I els, Whips, Carpet and Leathel
ment oi nnnenissiiiMi wine, varpii. and Let
Bags. Bridle Bile. Dnflalo Robes, Valiaos ithe
sole-lesther). Mail Trunks, SjKinge.aiid a iargi
nrtmeut belonging to this line. I will sellai
arga ea
st low
as the lowest.
,! ;,,. S. CARSICK.
nol-av
VBA
IN TJfPK AND BTEBE0TTP1
to
, B. ABLIHON, liiiperintendsnt.-.
friatteff
ms vi vi is ihus. too vinsstswsir
INSURANCE.
BT . STATE
Incorporated 1 81 9. Chartet Pefpetuaf
aar A MnV.T iMtahllahed In Olnninnatl In 1 NU. an.
tedating ell nresent local InsnranoeOompaniesand
Agencies In the Insurance business ia this city, 3il
years coast ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience,vnterprtse and liberality, especially com
mend tbe AJTNA Insurance Company to tbe favora
ble patronage of ibis oommanltr atandlngsolltary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1823. ::
tavaaea old In Claclrinatl darirla past Five
,1 Veers, jlftuU& !. .-, . .
Oaieh Capital SBI.000,000.
(ABBOLTJTB AD CNIMPAIBID.) WITH A:
8UHJPLUS OF l,030,3 SO.
And therestig e of to years success sadeaeealence,
Ofer $10tf,00 in Ohio Securities.
CPWARfta Ol'J,0(,ie0, '.
Havebeee paid by tbe JKtua Inaurnncs Oonipaoyln
tne pnsi4tr years,
fire and Inland iVnvlstailan.-'KlakaacoeRled
at terms consistent with solvency and lair profits,
KsDeclal attention Klven to Insurance of .Dwellings
aim iRJUbeuia, lur terms ui I .u a.
no uontenui, lor terms oi i tooy. i a., i jr ,
Annllcation mads to anv dadr' nlhurlBed Aaent
promptly attended lo. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance business, this Oompany Is snaDled
toofler both Indemnity fur tba past and eeonrltyfor
the future. P llcls Issued without delay by
JAS H. OA IT kit, Agenti Ne.. 40 Mala ttrret.:
a. r. I'ATUijj Assistant Agent
OiJj Assistant Aaei
ID KT. Aveut irl '
H. K. LI
Vino street.
i.i. noo
Ia t, Agent. r niton. 17th Ward.
ADA
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
f , OF CINCINNATI. :
OPFICB IN TUB 8BC0ND STOBY 01'
No. 2 Front-street, between Main snd Sycamore.
This Company is taking fire, Inland and Marine
tsks at current rates of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paltt.. . .
niRBOTOBS: .
TFICckert, n K Hall, . S W Pomerojr, s'
w imam Ulenn, , w t vv nucner, w (J wmn,
Bobert Mitchell, W H Oomstock, LOB Stone,
Bobt Buchanan, 0 0 Hhaw, . ., . Geo Stall. ,
Wm Sxllew, , SelbEvana, . J H Taaffe, '
David ailiaon, H Brachmen, JOIsham, '
H Clearwater, Thus K tlllott.
. .... t, F. KOKKBT, President i
HrxrerH Moagf. Secretary. o8 '
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens Insuranco Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO,.
- DIBF.0T0B8:
" William Wood, ., Dwac U. C'lpeleu,
James IT. Cunningham, Sydney S. Clark, ,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joseph iteakirt,
-. Geo. W. Bishop, ' Win. Fisher,
George B. Dixon. '" ' 1
ISAAC 0. UOFKLBN, President,
Gld. yf. OorKbBN, Secretary.
...i, . A. M. BOSS, Surveyor;
Ia nrenared to Issue Policies on Fire and Dfarln
Bisks, on favorable terms. . OfBoe No. West Third-
street, Trust Co, Building. : noatfm.
National Insurance Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
(Office South-west Gar. Main and Front-ai reels.!'
Marin, Inland Transportation and
; nro MBit r
TAKEN AT C l'RRENT RATBl". "
DIBE'UTORH: '
John Burgoyne,, KM Smith, , , Bobert Moure,
Viu Hepwortb, Chas L Moore, M Fechhelmer, -FX
Wledemer. ThosOns. .! H W Knilth. .
JLBos. . Tbos B Biggs, Ueniy Kill,.
H. U. UBNSU,BM'y. JXO, BCBTOTNB, ties, 1
noebfm frA. OPBioiiA!!, Snrveajor,-.-
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
CAPITAL 8150.000.
OFFICB NO. 4 FRONT-STRJJET. IN
SDBIS against Loss and Damage by Kirs; also:
Perils of tbe Ba and Inland Navigation. ,
BIBKCTOBS: 1 ' ;" 1 '
Jno.WnartweU, Allen Oollier, William gesor.
John w Kills, ' Jamas Lupton, Chas.W Bowland,
jonn w uuuier, jamesa rraxer, j tv uaoneia,
n ip iVmHmu u m to m.in. . tt iir , . i '.
aSWilllaua, HMcBlrner, Bowman 0 Baker.
, JOHN W. HABTWULL, President.
H..vv.. vy.;LiAis, pocretary. .noil
MaK ANJ WABINK, ' ;
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI.
J. W. OABBIflON, Prssldsnt.
8. W. BEEDEB, Secretary. .
TJirectoiu .Flanrr Hauler. 1 Anthony Fev Wm
Wood.. W. Garrison. Sauiual H.T.ft.lWr.a W.
Town ley. Smith Belts.
Bvavxf oss J. a. iiawoer anu usvid Baker, dewy
eJu)iod qtiia no)3dde no )uea uuoi0 urej
iO0 a? H3KVH 'IA 'JA
ijeiiog pu sauiSujf eiqeuod "o j'umsnf
qjoio Bnjuoa -utiiytj iuoi 'seuD0H nmg 'tag
-una jsnuu ptrs Addn qioa itpiioiviio 'tetuvjjt vr
&ozi onouis ni m xnd 'sazig n , V
Samoa pun auipuJo9iqioj J ,
UOOFING t . UOOI JL !
THE OUTCALT KLASTHJ WJE.
TALLIO BOOFINQ" ts oflcred to the publlo
as the best and cheapest Metal Boof now used, its
merits tested by en experience of years lb this city
aud vicinity. Applied to flat orileop, old or new
buildings. No solder used tautened aecurely with
out exposure to tbe action lof the elements.
rreparea eneets, Doxeu lur shipment to anyesrt of
,uo umwi u, iLm.m u. nyfiuru vy BUJ vile WHU
ordinary mechanloal skill. Orderajpromptly Hied,
JyU-tf - 133 West Second street,
PAIKIST , MAOiflJSB-MADE PAPER
otberv, made from extra quality of Wrapping, Ma
niueauu tvnue iea rnjier.. . .
. . ,. 300,000 No. 1 Wrapping and Manilla; ,
. .. J0,ii00No. " ' '!
" SuO.uUONo, 8 . .f.- , r ; ',
';, fi. , No. , .'" ' ' ' ,rt
. " JuO.tXIONo. 8 ' , '
1 l0,0m( No, 1U. ':) "' .. . , i,
:;:. : X),0iNo, U , '" ; "
200,000 No. 1 ' i '
io,ooe Ne. 18
' .'! juoxjuono, m r ...
. .waoo,oi)ONo. j '
, , ' Jtiu.OOONo. I White Tes Bags; ' ' ' ' a
" "MO.IBONo, I .: 'f,
aoo.odONo. s ;
Tbe above are ptit up In paokues of MO baaa each.
We are manufacturing from sixty to seventy-five
thousand Bags per day' :i -
NIXON A OHATVltLP, i,.
' ; ,.,. ,. Paper Bag Maniifactiirera, 11 '
... , And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
ogs i' ,,., - 7Tand7 Waliint-slreet.
, ..RIHIIOiWS,
FEOEE8
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which I am selling at tsinrl
advance on New York prices, wholesale and ratal', :
,!V . . J. WEBB, Jr '
no4 ' B Ijtd FIttB-street, bet. Kaca and tlm.
O ANDY I O ANDY
' 3ZI- 3NT- OXj.IX3X,
(Bmceesct to Mtmi AOo.)
, i.
MaAnftctiireri and Woolenle Dealr
I Oi:.- i.i -.
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN. 8TRE12T, CINCINNATI
SUL
HOLIDAY GOODS. We bar i net re
IA celveda large supply of new Frnlt. snob, as
Figs. PrnneSf Natural Peaches, Pineapple, Blank.
berries and Strawberries, aiscrted Jelllis and Jams,
Preserved Fruits, in endless variety ; delicate Old
Port, blierry, Madeliaand Champagne Wines, form
ing the largest and most complete assortment of
" good thluxe " ever ollerod In the city before. For
sale, wholesale and retail, by .'. - -
- ' . a. ncwPAiiV at ou.,
i. dels . -, fat and Branch Store m West Fonrlh-st.
" ' " iij --i-'j i 1 1 . . .
h, BALkiwiii,1 attobNjEy
. anu uuunuftuuvn a. aaw si a neater
Commissioner of the eupsrior and Cimmon Fleas
Oonrta. Dank Building, north west ooiaerof Mala
nd Ihlrd-atrests., Bf
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
CHICAGO, Great Western and North-western
CHICAGO, Great Western and North-western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati
and Chicago
,, , , .
: ThivMPaisensnrlValnjleaveOlnokBaUdally.from. , v . -
ineiootoi BiuianuaruiJinuvDHi.. i . , ., .
iBvJ A. M.-Chicago Mail arrive, at rn-iIanapolM , '
aklJ P, M.r Chicago at lh-V V. M. Tills train '
oonnecta with all uight trains out of Chicago lor
the West 'and North-west) counocta at Iuillanspo- - '
He with tmlne.fvr Terrs Hsate: alao with Pern ,
ttairs h't foru, .Logaufport, Fort Wayne and To- 1
lttlq.. . . , , - ' " "
l'ii43T. MI. -Terrs -'Hknte and Layfayetle Ae .
eoniniioatlon arrives at Itidlsnapclls at d.ld P.M., '
making direct oonneotU.na at Indianapolis with La
layette trains for iVeratnr, Springfleld, Naples, Qnln-- .
y, Bannlbal and St. Joseph. "
-T P. 01. Chicago Kxprem arrive at Indlnnarolls
st 12.14 A.M.; making cles eonneotlona at Chicago
with all morning trains ont of Chicago. .
Bleeping oars are attached to alt y night train
on this line, and rua throngh to Cwloogo without ,
changeof cars. ' ' ' - tI...... (
This Is exclusively a Western aud North-western .
ronte, nod with faverable and rullahle arrangement!
with' all.-connncttne. road thionghout the entire '
Weet, guarantees hnusnal are nun I bo amplest aa
oommoaatlons to the patrons ol this tine. .
" The Company's exclusive Teiegritiib Line It need i
When becesnary, to Koveru the niorvmont of trains,
and LptiKurkJrjVB eolehrated Patent Brakes, are m
fadhed to all pumeiiKer trains., by which they c,nl, , ...
perfectly controlled; besldnaall tbeotbsr modern im
prnvetiMnts necesanry for the cnmliTt aud safety ol
passengers, the matiagsrs of this road have liberally
provided. '! ..n . 4 . ( , . .
Smoklug-nwe'on this line. .,.'.'''; ' ' ' 1 " '"
aW JBeanre yon are In the rlglit ticket offloe liefor
too purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
lawrenoehnrgand lndlaiibpolls.ii fa ', i ,
Care the aamene. by, aur other route. Baggage h
basked tbreturh.' , ... .
T BROTJQB TICKETS, got until iuied. can be ob. "
talned at the ticket offices, at Hpencer Bouse ecrner
north-weet ooraar BroAriwav and Irnnli Nn l B...
.netHouae Corner; at the Walunt-street Roriss, and
ih u-.hh uuiw, iova ui aiui.on rTODl street, wpeie
all necessary infttmalloD may tie had.
Omnibuses rua to and frou each train, end will '
call fur namengsrs at alHiott.lj.snil all parla ol the
city, pi, leaving axtdrees at ell b ir offloe.
,,. ;',,, W. H, L.tfOBLII,
nolt ' Oetieral ticket A geiit. .
'Iff.!
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
mm
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
'lX D AlLT TRAINS LEA VB Till
Hlxth-street Depot.
Trains run tbrongh to Cleveland Bandaehy, To.
leilo and Indianapolis without change of oars.
Through Tickets for all Hasten, Western, North,
m and North-western oi ties. .
6.A. M. KXPRH TRAIN For Hamilton, -Richmond,
Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and sll '
Western Cities. Connects at Hlcliruond with 0. and '
p. Itoad for Logansnorti alse connecta at Hamilton. '
for Oxford, Ao. . ' '
' TiHII A. M. TttAII-For Bayfnn, Springflald,
Rnudusky, ToMo and Chicago. This train ntekee
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also oonnecta at Ubbana roa Go
i.rMBt's; at. Bollerontalnewltb B. and I. R. B.,Xast
and Went; at Forest with Plttsborsr, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Bitllroad Kast and West: at Clrds with .
Cleveland alul Toledo Rallrosd Iriilna far (Jlersland '!'
aud Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, W in--Chester
and Muncio, . - -
10 A. 1)1. KXPREIfaTKAllV-ForOlevslahd
via. Delaware for Dunkirk, UuSnlo, Boston, New
York, and all Ksstern cities. AisooOnneetsatCreat- -line
for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all
Eastern cities. ' . i , ,
itidO P. M. TRAtN For Hamilton, nichmond,
Indianapolis, Tern) Haute and ttalttt Louisi con
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, Au. .c ,.,,,., ,
lit.lOP. U. TKAlN-TorlBayton,, 8prlngneld,
Bellefontalne, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and .
all points in Oaiadsv: Jonnecteat JJelleiontalae with
B. and I. B. It., East and West. "
11130 P. 1U. fc TRAIN-ror Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Bunalo, Boston.
New York, and all Kastern cities. Also, connects at
Orestllne for PitUburgb, Phlladelyhla, Baltixnora, .
and sll iaa tern cities. . T -. " -
awtbenlaut Xxprem Train leaving OlnclnnaOat
11:90 P.M.,lw.vesdalIy ixoipi 8TtjaDe.. All other
traluB leave dally WtlPt HoaBAvs: J - . .
For further information and TfckeM. eaplyattha
Ticket offlot.t north-eaat Rnrnsr Vmnt and Htnarl.
wayj No, W Walnut-stnMt, near Gibson Housei at
the new Ticket Ufflce, on the neat side of Ylne -street,
uuvnwu, u,... nuu iiui no. nunnj a, ia. rvMUlUb
street Houso,or at theSlxtli-Btreot IVpot.i ... ,
noia . . ij. moi.amiiw. Bupenntendent.
7, ,
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
mm
Three Trains Daily
Two Through Express Trains
FIRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 19
A. M., connects Via Columbus and Cleveland;
via .'.'Oolluunus, Htenbenvllle and Pltlabuyi: via "
Columbus. Orestliiie and . Pittsburg; via Colum
bus and Bel lair tWbeeilMS). Alio, for Springfield. " .
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus, '
at all the principal etatioha..
HKCOND' TRAIN-Uolnmbus Accommodation i ':
at 4i4o f. M. This train stops at all stations be
teeenOlnclpnatiaod.Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Springfield. i . . . . .,
TlllRD TRAIN- Nlgbt Kxpress at I III" P.'
M., connects via Colambus and llellain Wheeling);
via Oolnmhus, Orestllne and Plttsbura; via Cnlnm
bos Hteabenvilleand Pittsburg; tin Columbus and
Cleveland. . ,.,... , . '
. This Train slops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. SliKKPINOUABH ON TfllH TRAIN.
MTThsDav BxpreM runs tbrongh in Cleveland, '
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubenville, wlthoat 1
change at' carM "i. i
ThsiNIQU'f KXPBSS Train leaving Clnelnnall .
at UrtOF. M., rns daily,, except SATURDAYS.
Tbe other Trains mndailv. except SUNDAY S.
for all Information, and! through Tickets to Bcs.
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo. Niagara. Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Plttsbnrg, Wheeling, and all the Kastern places,
apply at the OHioee, walnnt Street Bouse, Bo. t Bnr.
net House, south-east corner ol Broadway and Fioit
streets, and at the Kastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus ttue, which la seven mln
otee faster than Cincinnati time.
'I. TiTJBASD. Boe't.
Omnibuses calLfnrjpaasengere by leaving directions -at
Ihe Ticket Offices. ''"" - - - aoU a-
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THB0U0H WITHOUT OHANOB OF OAB8.
Two Dally Trains lor Tlncennes, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 7; A. M., and 7:30 P. M.
Three Dally Trains for Lonlsvllle, At 7:10 A. kt4
:0ilP. M.,and 7:WP.M.; .
One Train for tvanivllte at 7:.H) P. M.
.The Trains connect at 8t. Louis for all points In
Eausaaand Nebrnska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Alemplils, Vickstmrg,
Natrhek and New Orleans. . ?
, One Through Train on tinnday at 7:.K V. M.
'ReTDBNINn Faat Line lrfiavaa Runt Rt. f.nnla.
r Sundays excepted, at 6:n A, U., arriving at Cinda-
Bxpreks Tbaik Leaves East St. Lou l dally at 4;10
P. M., arrlvilig at Cincinnati at 8: A, M,
' - FtjK THKOOOIIIICKKX8
To all points West aid South, please apply at the
offices, Walniit-stese f House, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet Uonse, oorner offloe,
north-west, corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
tiie Offloe, end nt the Pepct, oorner Front and Milt.
sTTms. W. U. CLKMBNT.Oen'l. Superintendent.
Omnibuses oall for passensers. ocat
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
TIBKB UAUTB. -
.1 JT. LOUIS-.
1 1 irnni ui
00 FABT Xt'KHB.-Throuhdlrt.inaklngolos
connectloni ifor all other Western and North-western
rviuM. Aiitw .i,u ainu vuuneoisat menroona Wltn
QlQclnaatl and Oh loauro Roads, for Andei sonKoko.
flr6n"F0rt D' " roint oa Wabash Valley
Tfi&jSiXjZfFSl-' OHIOAOO A BT,
IiOOISNIOBT KAPKIESS.-Tbe above Trains make
oloseoonnertlona at Indianapolis,LsrayotteandcF.
, wuu Trains for Torre Haute, Sprlnteeld, H?rk
nd, Galeshnrg. Kenosha. La Crosse. Ja iksonvllle.
laUl
Through Tlcksts given and Baggage eluvihed
throneh.
vm.. ui,, ,,i,hu,u, iftiiw.,Mnv, matiAK u, ivseim.
galena, Qolncy, Prairie du Chlen, l'ani, Peorl,
Punlelth, Badne,-Decatur, Jlloonltigtmi, Jollet, Is
Salle, St. Paul.aud all towns and cities In tne North
WIMt. , i . j l .
For further Information and Throngh Tlrkela, ar
Ply to Ticket Oflloes, nortb-oat oornerol Finnt and
Broadway; No. lev Walnnt street.near Fourth; at
sonth-east corner of Foartjrand tins street, or at
the BUth-sUert Depot. ' .. '
'".L' " ' M. MOBU0W,.ttitsr!tjtsiiCsnt.
Omnlbnaes will call for paearna jrs fyleavtrg tlielr
names atelther of the TlokM OiTms.
m , W.U.BMlIH,Aienl,

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