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THE PRESS.
TVKHOAY....
..DKCKittBxMli ill)
[From the Richmond (Va.) Enquirer.
OH! WEAR FOR ME NO SABLE HUE.
BY ANNA CORA RITCHIE.
(.ih! wrar tor me no utile hue, '
No grief-parading gsrb, to .ay
I've bid this weary earth adieu, ,'
Aud thrown aclog of flesh sway. . ....
Ad shod for uie no seeding tear.
Nor hreatueuiy uaiueiu mournful ion;
Not tears, but smiles, roil gave tue here, , 1
And 1 would think them still my own. " , ' '
Nor mark the spot with urn tr'atone," ,' " ' '
Wbereioiillessdust, unconscious liss, '
Within your loving hearts aloue
The monument I ak can rlie. ,
Nor link aijr Image with regrot, ' "
A pluiuiuit memory I would be,
Tii consecrate ucl brighten yt
Tbesceuos that once weroglad to nie. ,
Ah! why should tearsbsdew the sod "
Wborc four belored ones' sshes reel?
It ve beliene their souls with God, '
Jluw can je weep o'er spirits blest? ;
How can ye niouru that titer hare fled '
To realuia more pure a home more fair?
II uw cau ye cull the parted "dead, '
Who llve-who love who wait you there.
. ... - - .,::.,.
,
As Itauan I'iiitirB: Of Parisisa.
TIic New York Evening 'Post has tha
following: I'arisina, one of Byron's most
fxquisitoly vorsifioa " productions, hai
received the honors of a musical letting
from Donizetti, and now another Italian
iulojits the subject of the British poet for
pk'toiial delineation. The artist; of tho
iictnre entitled Varisicu,, now au exhibi
tion at tho Dusseldorf (lallerji U Andrea
(iastiikii, an ltalinn,. who has studied for
some time iu l'ai'ii and eajoytj a fair
reputation there. The present work is
marked ly considerable Loldnesi of style
and rich, heavy coloring. The scene
m looted is the sleeping apartment of the
Huctil jialaee, where Prince A.o hears
III.- wife, J'oriaina, niuttev in liur slumber
lu-r lover lingo's nauio, and which J'yron
ha depicted in tho " lines . ' , ; '
"lint lever'd in her sleep she aeonis, 1
And red her cheek ilh troubleddrenms,
Ami million she hi her unrest
A name s1m dure not lrnalli by day.
Ami ilsipslierloid nulutUe breast '
Wtiii'b pains for one awuy."
A o is represented as half sitting on
thrf bed, one lniud granping his poignard
iitid the other held to his ear, bo as to.
eateli every word his guilty wife may
uttor She, all unconscious of Iter una
ware confession, is lying with her.' hands
hull" outspread its though vainly peeking
to clwp noma loved form, while .her
countenance betokens tha verydepth fit'
sleep. Indeed, Ibis face of VariBina is
ihe uiort remarkal.de 'point of the picture.
'I'he features are not beautiful, nor dr
they come to what, would be. i popular
ideal of this character; tho face is rather
that of a voluptuous and almost coarhe
young woman, but yet it is marked by u
youth and freshness that contrasts strongly
with tho vindictive countenance of the
hunhaml, who leans frownlngly forward,
drinking in her muttered words Parisinu
is a powerful and puVtive, but not a
pleasing picture, .,,, i .
IST'Tray, my lord," naid a gentleman
to a rather whimsical judge, "what is the
distinction between law and equity
courts?" "Very little in the end," replied
his lordship; "tiioy only differ bo far as
time ii'cnnoerngil. At common law you
are done far at oni-e; in equity 'you arc
ii it ho easily disposed of. The one is
pruseio acid, the other is laudanum."
Ax Extravaoant Poet. Saxe writes a
letter from Virginia, warmly eulogistic of
the girls of the l:01d Dominion," especially
the damsels of Fredericksburg, where be
nays he saw "more beautiful women in an
assembly of five hundred lecture-listeners
than you could scare up this side ol
-Mahomet's Paradise!"
S?"Thn following question wa
addreHsed to a landlady by an eccentric,
genius, Stopping into the door be
observed ''Will you, nia'ni, give me n
irinl of water, for J am so hungry 1 doM'l
know iv he re to stay to uight," ' We doubt
whether more meaning could be embodied
in so few words.
HSifThR human stomach, Hays. li'.
IMge, requires of the mouth that all
food, before degihtion takes place, should
be throughly uniHtieated and mixed with
the saliva, in order to prepare it ' for the
digestive power of the gastric juice of
the stouuicli. ..-..
Holiday Presents.
UATJC JUST OPENED A ' TiOT OF
Uiii'iiKi iuhI Cbinjt K'?nt?!, Kuncy InkxtAin.H,
V 'iutn(,lr.-el Hiiti Mftt hloXat Kuncy Shaving kihI
W.ji k-loui, uud uitier Kmicy (Jood (oo imiurMi?
hf ittfiiiiou, uitbl tor the Holiilaytt, whicli 1 will
"rtl ?ti',tujr tlutu any ullior cdtnlflishmem In tin
.itv. UKNKY IiAVIl).
No. 17s IMniu-9tr'--i Iwtwtu Stxtli Htiii Hvntij.
t. 11 A Uo a new lot of Fttutiy Sunii, Jrfiiiuhry.
r.xliw-l Ac. .tt,;t
Holiday Gifts, &c.
WE 1NVITK ATTENTION TO TII I"
liiife ami Imanlifnl tiSNOiiniiMit ttf KANDY
liOUllS. u'hiiii e have jiml rnotiwd lor Ibn tloli
ilios. K'jb.'luiau. Kuttlf-s, I'esrl Jewol C'usktkl', ito.
(Mriilsii t'afikcts, IVarl Otrd JawH, Itolioiiiittn lloxit.
I'eart I'oitr-moioiiuea, Uobeuoan Puft Uoica, 1'rnr1
Inlaid Urii8b("i, Ac. Kor sale at very low prlcea.
AI'DKHT K0SS, nrugglxl,
U-I.i W. cor. Klghth st. and WeaUirn-row.
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
r"i"fll3 IXCELLKNT AETICLE 13 FuH
eiilK br AI.URItT KUSS, PrimxUI,
iielS W. W. cur. Kinhlh-at. and Wpsiern-iuw.
J. M'ELEVEY,
Merchart Tailor,
No. 18 Pfilut IM-STREET,
FIIffiNlv LNSVliAflCPr C0S1TANV,
!.. ' -or- . . ,. ... - -
) Hfsitlord, Coniecticut,, '
Capitals 9lon,oa0 Assets, 8547,731
Darotea' to Fire tnisinesa exclusively,
H. A. OLASSFOIin, Agect.
no.-0-Djf 33 West Third-strept. Cincinnati
f ROCBRIrtfl, ite.Cbolcft Staple snd
jf t,urr o)rocnes. Fnraign Fruits and Null,
liried Avplos and Pf aohes, frivnions, Country Pro
inie, with everynrtlrie usually kept in a llrat-tlaai
(.riKcrv. Fnwiiliss supplied luuuaiOities losuit, ai
tue lowest niarlil rai's. uoons nenvere.i 10 til
i ustomars pronpttr.
No chime for carina i.
A A HON A. CDI.riflt,
Nos.3Ih and ill MalTi-arrwit
deH
itni:i tivTisTi
( I iii:isi
f N all na STAOBS ;
'UKt'RALOIA
I
l.'nred: Strofukali Oomnlaiuta. i.l.l llliwra f in
years duration, cure I speedily an I prrmanenilr, 1t
DR. bABBtll,
Hailroid llul.l, luot of Broadway.
No Cbsn-gs mails unless i-nreil. dei:aw
J, J. BllTlsER'S
i;icelior i'liiiil Ink.
Munutartttsv t Vln Ht. it
flREfnTRAIrTRs, FiatfAlj'DTRTOBS-;
1 In small paokages, lor family um,
Kreeb Aimonns, rttiierbi, Drain Mnis, an iinti o
; uenr I ojs, Plsln and Fancy Candies.
.1B1 llnxrs Oold Chop l ire-crackprs,
Vi.isio Torpedoes.
too Boxes new Ultroo,
. For sals br , ,-, , BOWN DKMINU,
osl law o. in lUla-iimt.
BUSINESS CABD3
'HARRISON" & COLLINS'
C CENTRAL BEK-HIVK flALLEBY, eor
J tier ol Kirth aud Western-row. I'httograDlis,
MeUiuulyiioe and Auihrolywa taken eheapor than
elaoobei-e lu Uw ely. Oil Colored PlwtuKrapha
hiadn of all ekxa, Irvm life to the ssnallest uiialaturs.
I' Mil res neatly set ill Lockets, Breanl-plns. rluger-
"sstisf """"." "JCwsSSS. Art..t.
Dock Locks,
II. It, I. AH AMU SWITCH
Sooi aud Gate-SprLagi, ;
. HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,!
JsIl.VEH-PLATEI DOOR-PLATES,
Bells Hung, Key Pitted.
Vhs public are reesootluJl lnyiHd to call n
ui in the Tarlooi' patUrus and price. AU Jobblnl
pr juiptly atteuded to
GEOROB MoOKKOOR,
uo2cui
Ho. 133 Fifth-street, M dooi from Jtace.
3
A. B. COLVILLE,
, Hoale aiasjuftietarrti
3
No. II Bt Seoond-elreet, Between Hyi-nor as a
Broadway, Oincliinatl, keeps every dosorlptlon of
Vauuur. PlnMbrin, Cottle, Railroad Depot,
slu Tinck Sonle Triid s,
Iron Waoc, dec. .,
Kepalrng doae oa the ibortwt lotlco. nol-ta ,
B. KITTREDGE & COe
',; i;W MAIS STBKKT. CINOlfjATI, 0.
KITREDQE V FOLSOM,
J Bt. OUarlos street, new vrissns, ub.,
Importers of U ansae HpurtlDi AirtH
aid diilim i etm rOWDItU i :
ItAILROAD HOTEL,
' ' (FrootlDg the 8lainbot Landing.)
Bforth-east Corner Broadway aud Front.
OmOINKATI, OHIO. .'
X, F. IE7ERIN0, Proprietor. .
loo7-ora
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
-"MANDFieTUKIlRS AND DKA1KK8 IN , ,.
fclURNlXUKK, CHAIRS, AND AU
ki.,,ii nl MaIIfmiiws and Beddlus. at Ue old
stand. No. 136 Sycuuiore-stroet, eat side, Mtyeen
Fourth-etieot, t'hurcli l'ews liuod aud con.ioueil
All orders promptly attended Uj. ""t-ciu
h7 CAMPBELL & CO.!
ANOFACTUlURU or Uiti, annin.1
and Holler 1 roa, vum nians, iiaiirow epiaea
Ktc. Atoo.Aeoutaforthosateoi ironwuen-tnaiie
Warerooroi &o. It KaHKMond tflroet, Cltvlnnat I
Oh'o. . , sua'
SMSTAU ayjqs iron uiajjie.vYSB.. .
liEKxYDEKT BY Is (
CibEANER OF SIJiKS AjND VAUJiia,
' Mo. 99 Slith-streot, between Vine and Hace,in
the Medical ()oleio,0inclnnatl,0hlo.. Perteoiwho
may fayor li I in with their palrouafre.oan rely pane,
tualltr aud low prices. hd1-t
jllonry! Money! illoncy!
LOAN OFFICE.
Keuiuveiirrom 5WH 8lll"ri. -
jiS'ONJiY loaneFcn watches, JEW-
ItHkIiKK and all kinds of Mcrcliandlse, at lo
rutes ol interosl, at N. 1VJ Vlna strwit, Vtwii
Fonrtb, (mdjfif&, L
PUI IiAUEIiPHIA
4)iniug and Coffee Saloon,'
No l! KI ritt-STHKET, SOTTH KIDB, .
I Near thtcorntr of Vine,)
r.. u. VIOKKIts. Provrtiir.
urirs and Oanieseryed In Ml styles. Uaats at all
hoii - P"11-"1
tl. V. lililAS'
New Wbolsal
W11UII& JEWELRY HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street
W here can be bad SJery article apptrtalnlug to lbs
Unslr.eM at a ninoti ! prloe, for CASH, tosu
b3 syer before been offered la this niariet.
GIVE US A CALL
A ud eforsiturfelniS. WV
WM
WHITAK ER
JMWIU.KK,
Mo.Mt N. K Cur. Flflhaud liOdge elreots, llu
Walnut aud VIha, Cinuiuuutl.
t loodKSSortmontoftill.VKtlaudl'l.irKLlWAKA
til'KCTACLS, etc., kept constanlly on baud
Special atteution given tn Cleaning aou Uepalrluf
Wiittaiis and Joweiry. Jflli
BJECGS ti SMITH, No. 0 Went Itll ft.
A RE NOW RECEIVINO ADDITIONS T
iL ihnlr laree assortment ol WUlifS. Jewelry.
Silverware and Dlauionds.
A flue assortment ul Plated Tre Mi aud Untlery
aod tlperaUlHHeoS. H
PURE WINKS & MONITORS
FOR. THE HOLIDAYS.
r1H E SUBSCRIBER HAVING REMOVEL
-I- tu bin new building. Mo. Hi West Tbilil ntr.
between Walnut and Vluu, lm leave tu call your at
tention to the following articles, of his own importa
tion, most of them having been seleetrd persuiuu',
during a recAiit pleasure tour in Uurope. and pur
chased from the growers for I'ntii; cnusnjuoutly, tht-j
can lw 'obi nt a ri-ry low Hgino, luiring no commis
sions or expanses tn aild to I ho original coot.
All artlcli'swarraniril nureand genuine. No Imi
tations kept lu the establishment.
Olmmpugne Wines, ot the most celebrated hriUid
liKiuacls, piutnanil half pints.
still and Hnnrkline Catawba Wines.
l'.henish Wims, of various brands, ul the licit ul-Ity-vint.
IS.'i7.
St. Jullen and Uhiatean Matxans Clim-I, iu rasis
and casks.
Fine tlld I'ort Wine, lu ninoe -vintage li37.
Fine (till .lladrlin, in cases- vintage 1M i.
Fine (Hd Hherry, lu cssia.
Finelild Maleiiusnd I'urt Wlnos, ondroiglii.
Fine Old araiHilHof the inoKtntilMbruttd brands.
Did Crotch nail Irish Whiskies.
rrnssiau Hud aoiirhon Whickles.
.lamaii-a mid Santa Croix Hum.
Holland Gin And Schiodani rlchnapus.
Clierry. Knsplwrry and Blackcerry llrnuJius.
I.avruder Brandy,
Kitst India, ViPiiuaand Hwisa Hloinach Uilleis,
Fine lluviin:) Clears, nf vuiious brands.
Fresh importation of Hue Table Oil, Freln h .Mils
Urd, Sardines, tn.
IIKNUY URAl'llMANN,
del2-oedtJal 6 Thhd-slreet, near Vine, Oln'li,
WILSON, OARIJCK b CO.,
Forwarding and CoininiHsiou
ItIEIUIIAITS,
DEALERS IN T.IVR AND DRKSdED
Hoes. Pork. hard. Whisky. Flour. Urain.
Ortite uorth-vrst corner SiKtu and Mtin Hants,
Oiucluuali, opposite tlieUnit HnUite.
The nudorsiguea naviiig loruen a cc'pariusreiop
in the Qeuernl 1'rodure and Cninniission Pusiness,
under tho style of Wilsnu, Oarlirk Oo,, respeul
fully tender their sorrier and solicit the patronage el
their friends aud tho pnWic. Pellicular attention
isid to Durini? ami tuning nw'; uinni.r. nnor.
Iraio. &c. Thou rliitrfi 7jH ben moderate as
an; othei good b',at. in the at . Kottr to tho Dior
cbaatsof Cincinnati ,. ii'r ili) .
A. iiisos, ja ,
li. V. liAHLICK,
no:cbm J... -r. HiliH.
JNO. H. DETERS,
OASniONAELE BOOT ANU SHOE
M ATJtTITAIlTnWtTH tin lt Atf L?ntirtl..si.
ha now in stor fl UrC nod coij.rjiflu retail stock nt
jeottfma's Boots, fcfiOLO and t'tlp(kn, wlilch. for
0Xoi iiii' van my, is noi niurirfu tvc-h oj ritir
l ot k AisOi ueutlciu'"a ti, L.viits , IIm!' tuft
iiUdr-ia1 tt.ard, Mi.iefl. U&Utrh, Ac, ot Ms on
mtDidgrCtnre, At wholFsale. tin)
AGAED.
WM. F. UKW80N, or the late lirm
Hewsuut Dolmes.wlllrontiiiiieiheOonmil..
Sinn, Stock and Hill nrokraae bmim-ss, at their old
oinre, No. i. Uiwnipot iileeiuiic Kuililing. Tlilid.
street. liesolloitearonllrnisneHrir Ihe 1'iisiiiimhi-rci
tifure so llbernily bestowed on IIi.iTiI tlrro.i n'iaiii
C. V. M AC KE LFRE S H ,
-Irlnuuluclnrrr of
miS, 8HEBT IRON AKD ZINO WARE,
A.- Baking and 8ldlitt I'ntfder Boi s, Tin Hiwak-
iogTubo, llo.iniig. and imiirs in Kioves, No. in
Fiitn-streer, (.tin tmiaii, 111110.
V All kind, of Job Work prmnpll; alli.nde.l to,
- l.-7Mllk
6 KIR NT A li' KXC II AIM l).
f1 HE UflLiERSIiJNED.ilA Visa RKFIT
TKI) Ihe MA 1.1 IO N in Hie Kmiulr.r ... ..
riiil'ditig, aro uow prepan i. 10 iiirnislnf "y.
their Irirmls wilh lbs Im.-I unporiuli J '.
Hiii'k Lbinor. and Cigars, 1 4
SMT Baltimore bhtll Ousters strvs.1 in "
yiiisli"' SASIWOOS sUMSSr.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O.S.MALTBY
.....is- SIAIIBW '" '
Wo
KKESH CAN .
YSTElRSi
COVE
OYSTEK8.
. Spiced Oysters.
PlJHl.KUOV8TJCtt8
rpHK 6UBS0RIBER 13 ,NOW BKUJIIV.
JL I NO DAILT, by Ihe Adaraa tsyrsss, MALT
BY'8 world-renowned Baltimore)
Fresh Can,: Keg and Shell Oyiteri.
Fresh, Hermetlcnlly sealed" 00 V I, dPIOKId '
FIOH-LlD CYBTBIiB. ...
E0SE2T OBH, Agent
ff-M ' 1 - Depot. 11 Weal Fifth-street .
' VUK8H
OYSTERS.
OAVAGNA'B
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET.
f1UB SUBSCRIBER IS NOW BEOEIV-,
JL INO daily, per Express, his splendid Cystsra.
Having oompletefiT srrangeuionts in Baltimore, ou
the ni out ertonslve scaler I will at all times during
theseaaon be prepared to turntah my friends, "and
the rest of mankind." with the most VfiLlOlOUri
BIVALVES imported to the Queen City. Mono but
tie very beet Imported. Great Uduoomen Is ottered
at this Importlng-house. .,,. .
Order sioUclted and promptly JIM. Tornu cash
PKTKIl !AVA4NA,
sepMit ' Sols Importer and Proprietor.
OVSTERS,
TODD'S OLD STAND,
TfcTO. 60 SIXTH-STREET. I AM RECEIV
I NO dally, SSTQ'S Cslcbrated MAMMOTH
OYBTKU8 which 1 am selling at unpreredenteil
low prlcos by cane or doteu. Dealers aud Families
wauling a very large, tresh Oyster, will please eenil
their ordors. Attached to this establishment Is n
nice, quiet, respeutHble Saloon, where you can bavt
Cystors Cooked in every atyle, and served np In a
clea laniBUperiorBianner. Cliargos iless than iat an)
other place. : lociul. .10UN MAIKN.
THOS. SMITH'S
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR OLD -PLANTATION
Oepoi, OH gymiioi-e.Atreet- opposite tint
National Theater.
H, C. BOOKING, Ageat.
A I18O Dressed Fish sort Game; fresh and sweet
Bntter, 4c delivered at all hours, free of charge.
' Ideltfj L
If you Wairt
Fine, Fat, Freiu Omifl,ii
TODP'S
Magnnui Bonnuu, at his Wholesale and Ketail Oyt
torUouso, 253 253 258 253 253
WAI.NllT-TlJ';ilTi
Fifth door above smli, wont it-u
.T. FARROW & SOx'S
atTIELEBRATED BALTIMOBB OYSTERS,
W received daily by the Adams Kx- xSy rr
nmu Onmniknv. in wliole aiot half cans, . f b
.11 aniil vBi-i-nntnil Frenh and of xftJiATi
tue very oesi quainy. J. o. ysi ju.',
Aeent. No. 27 Fiftli-slredt, bet, MhIu
aud Walnnt-streets.
M. B, The trade siiiiplieil ou the must liberal
terms. m,mmmmmmmmmmmmntmmii unf!ijj'
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
blt.&AiU'L 8IL8BEI:
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASE3 OF
THB SKIN, RDKCMAT1HM, DISKASES OK
WOMEN, and inch Cbroulo complaints as may I t
bensflttedby tbo Hygyenld and Atmopatblo system
of his office.
Vapor, Bnlpnnr, iodins, iigs!., Utercurj. '!'
klsb, Bnsslan aud JtlMiltu-Uhemlcal lifitni, a ills
pensaryof JUedlolne.aDd every nmnuer of Kleclrh
and Magnetlo Apparahis.
NO. 17 WKST etVatn't'll-NTBEIT.
srOftlce hears 0 A, M, to fi anla-tll
11, 8. NKWTOX, ill. 1).
Offl, 90 Wet Sovsntli Hire!
asrwi'.ai T1R1 i " n
I'M
O. Ji. NEWTON, M. I .
OrriottNv. Vil Went Nsveulh street, lielffeeu Vni'
Mid Bscs. Bbbidhnck-No. M BuoutU street, !'
ivcan Walnut and Vine. I'prni UouaH-7'i to b.'v
A, V l) '"J'J?1" ' " M- :
WM. M. HUNTER,
DENTIST,
i,os ; ji,F-VL"?.'.!',''iy:L--
I. TA FT,
(KudcKssor to Kuowltoii Jt Tafl.)
DENT ST,
No. Sli Wi-Mt Fourth St., brt. Wuliiut oV Vinr
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
SCpH '
PURE AIR!
New.ModeSof Ventilation!
'till unil is e One sal'
I A T P. NJ t
ReUiii"! and Ventilating Furnaces,
In oparatiou at
C a A MB R R L A I N k CO8
fit on WBT4rnoui9, Nos. 61 aui 53 Vins-et,,
irteiow 1 oiumiiia
Sawyer & Co.
frn9iT"
ANOHOB
(!oal ookiug Stove,
AWiBDEIijtn'ii 611TIB MKDALj
AT THC
UTATK FAIK,
Hold lit 7.finevllle, Octubsr, 1HAU.
MANUFACTURED BY '
I'ilWlIilJll,.' & It
B AMPLE AND SALE-UOCMS,
A'o. .11 -ft ml 53 Viue-sl,,
(MeaoaJ dour I! slow Columbia,)
i'i'nci Win ati. 01110.
' n(.,-ml
"Book Bind in
N ALL ITS BRANCHRS, NO. h F.A.iT
B Fourlh-strset, atwseu slain aud canio-, 1
linn.itl.
1 sssTB-bindlall .vsiystfls. Hush Boots lu-at-
laiiaansrslila;BM.. U. Vorrn,
MISCELLANEOUS.-
$30. 30, tfSO. !f0.
. ; Thirty-Dollar Double lock-Stitoh
piLviiiilnpNi
BBODBID BT KXCRNT LKTTEH8 PATltNT.
rilHIS MACHINE1 HAS BEEN PRO
.L NOUNCKObv all nampelrnl Jmisjes, whs
have seen II, to ds tu ihi ana niosi tiesiravis e 1
llyttewinil Machine ever Introduced, reaau
if prlre. It will sew all kiuds of iamiiy
surslleas
goods,
from the very thickest tnthovery flnost fabrics mads,
nd uses all kinds of thread, from Ko. 8 to OO. ,
Nsoll is uaed on topot thn ninchlae. -Bend
for clrenlar, or call aud see it in operation.
Opon early application, Stateeud County Bights may
be secured,
' Aneaergetle -person can make a fortune In short
tlmo. Agonts wanted In all unsold territory. u
' H. J. BlillTfflAN,
Br. lo and eiolnslve agent for the United sHates,
sepUfmt tH West Fourth-street, Oiuclnuatl.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CO.,
' ' Mannfaclurert and Dealers In ' '
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND POWER,) '
And nil hinds ot I'rimiim Mntorlals, Nos.
iTA, 17,1 and 17? West Neconl-alreet,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION . IS CALLED
In nnr ME OAT, .lOOOKR. Within tile last
eighteen months we have inlroduced them into four
teen different States of the Union, Willi the greatest
aaliriartton to the parties pnmhasing. The power if
applied to ths center .ul tlie platen i cooseiiiiently
there is no possibility of its- springing from nny
amount of preasnro. The motion is so irunsmitted
to it ns to cava a dwell on ths point of contact with
the form, Insnrins A l'EKFKOT I.Ml'KESdXON at
high rata of speed.
Printers in want of ths BEST JOtlBER should
not parchase elsewhere without fflving this an ex
amination. Thev are stronff. durable and raeld. and
aro WAKftANTKD to give ths most entire satis
faction, nol
mf APAMS ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
LvJL at last J 11st; what the ladies ha--o lun need AO
and lorih.-d fov in vain, the -Iteilne Klixir.
The Uterine Klixir la warranted lo enre all dis
eases of a Itmine Natnre; Inllammatlon of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the jvaries, and tne ureinra,
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb, rainfnl Menstru
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; Infnct, aperfectenrt
is euarruuUed by the use of Irom two to Hve bottler
of the Klixir, of any disease whatever of the Qener-
hlivo and inmary organs, 01 maie or remnie, uo
roaiterof how longstanding. Price tl per Bottle
Mudamn ELLIS calls partimlar attention to th
following Card ol one of tha most prominent Hmg
gists of Cincinnati.
"TO THB FlIBMOAKD THa IiAbirS TK PaaTIIjrLA.-
ve, mil uuuniniKi'vui mi- m'. in 1110 anxu in kiviu-i
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well tin
Lnuy rnysician, ann iniiiocaiciDocaueaine ursrin
Elixir, we cheerfully remmmeud it to nil tonjik
ufforlng from Venialo Dlsoaso'i of an kind; it h
piirelr vegetable, and in no casa candoiionry; wi
say to all Ity, and our word for it, yon will liud re
lief. F. D. Hlf.li, Tlnvfll.t,
aep27 "uoninr ni ( niuanu itaoe-sirseie,"
ADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
LATING OOUGIi AMI) LIVKH BALSAM
cures, without fail, pains In the Breast, Hack,
8 de or Limbs: Goojih. Colds, iloarseness. lliffl.
cnlty ol Breathing, Ueadacho. lilatnlencr, Heart-
burn, Chronio Hbeumatism, liillioiis Uhollc, orami
Oholic, (Iriping Pains ol Ihe Dowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Lots of Appetite, and in Pain
ful Menstruation it is a certain cure, aud gives
immediate relief, lu any ot Ihe above dlseasei
it will eivei-elhif in twuntv u.inu.w. and a norma-
veut cure tue use of to bot tles. UulySAceutt
per bottle sooueap mat every nt-rsou can got it.
N. U.-Fnr SAle Lv V. D. HILL. Diuuuist. cornel
of Uaceand Fifth-sti-eets; J. 1). PARK, corner nl
Fourth and Walnnt; 8UIKK, KC1C8TK1N A r'o..
corner Vine and Fourth; ,10llN TUCRBUM, corut'
of John and Hixlb; PA li L B KIN L KIN, corner 1'
Kigninanu rroemau. Also, sueAtu buabusp
A 00., corner of tlalu and Fourth; and. Uadum.
KLLIH, 144 West Bath-street. sen27-ay
BAIL'S PATENT.
riMIE MOSTRKI lAULEFIRE AN!
X BOBGIiAK PUOOFHAFKH.Thoyliavoglvei
mors satlsfaotlon thnn any other now In use,
Weofforareward of ONK THOLWAN1) DOl.
IiABH to any person that cau, up to the presom
time.show a single Instance wherein they have fallen
to preserve tbolr conteuts.
With tbisWAFK we challenge ell competition, a
beliig lha best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fin
and Burglar Proof now mado; and are willing t
test with any establishment in tho Union, ana thi
party failing first, lo furlVit to the other, the sup
of t2,isio.
We are prepared to furnish a better Bafe, and at lesi
cost, than any other manufacturer lu tha Unite
Btatee.
Vecond-hand Bales of other makers, aluo unhand
Werespectfully invite the public to call and exau.
Ins onr .tuck before punhosing elsewhere.
HAI,!., (JAHKOLL A ()(., '
e,agtt-vl Bos. 16 and HKaat Columbia attest.
W B. D 0 D D 3,
Fomsrl ;ol Hall.Dflddi t Oo.jlate Dtban.llod.ls Oi-
. MuroiAOTimns or rn -
O O W O it 33 Ml
Fire and liiirgl.ir Proof
)3 JK IP J3 & I
H. W, Comer of Vlue A Becoutl Utreeth.
This I. the most 'reliable FIHS AND BCHGLA
PROOF 8 AFK that is made in the United Btntos, an
la warranteil ftorfoctly Ires from dame. Oan bsold
at lower prices, and is of bcttnr workmanship that
can bofound elaowhnro,
Vft have a large assortment on hand, and are do
tern) ined to sell at prices that cannot (ail to please,
Old Safei
'fakes In exchange. BKOOND-HAND BAFB8 al
ways on frajd t extremely low prices. VH
n abuamed rntc deodobized
COAL OIL.
WE ARE SELLING THE BEST
TIOLB of Coal Oil in the market at
00 CENTS PER GALLON,
AR-
. Aad sis wholosellng at '
Manufacturers' Prices. ,
Mchenry & carbon,
lit MAIN-8TRKBT, BET. FOURTH AND FIFTlll
fdellawj
8AUDLE, TRUNK AND HARNESS
MANUFACTORY.
lA'A Itlnlu-strent, ihrfe doors nhove Third,
KEEP ON AND AND MAKE TO OR
DKn all k nda of Horse Ti'nppini'a, In the twit
and most substantial manner. A Iso. a Uni as.ori.
men t of Horse Ulaaksts, Whips, Carpet and Leather
nass, iirioie this, iiiiiisii. nooea, valines (tne real
sole-leather). Mail Trunks, hponge, ami a large as
sortment belonging to this lint... I will sell an low
as ins iowhsi, .
D. S. CARRICK
,i. . IB-wy , 1
f .RANUsLIN trVH, AND STBKEoTvVi
If pill rj
...viniiniF-'Vu .... . . ' ' .
1
!
:
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 181 9. Charter Perpetual
arAgencyesUblbibedlnClDclnnatilu 1SJ5, an
tedating s!l present local Iusnrauce Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance business in this city. J J
years constant duty hers, eonib hied with weallb, e
ferienc6,;nterpriae and liberality, especially com.
mend the ASTNA Insuranos Company to the favors,
bis patronage of this commnultystandlnig solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1SJ5.
Losses paid In Cincinnati dnrln past FIo
Gash OapitalBl,000,000.
IAB8CI1TJTK AMD UNIMPAIKRD.1 WITH A
8VRPLUH OF 91,030,423 SO.
And ths pros tigs of 40 years success and esposieuos.
' INVaSTMllITt OF ; .
Ovt-r $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS Of SI J,t00,OOU, LOSSES'
Uavs been paid by the AJtna insurance Coupnuy u
the past 40 years.
Firs and Inland Navigation. Klskiacoepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Kepecial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 'iy s.
Application inada to auy duly . other lied Agent
promptly atteudod lo. By strict attention to a legit
unute Insurance bastness, this Company Is enabled
to offer both indemnity for the past and security for
tho future. P llcLssissned without delay by
J AS. U. CA .TKS, Agont, No. 40 Main street. '
A. F. 1'ATU i, Asslstaut Agent. "
H. K. MM) BY, Agent 171 Vine street. , , h .
J.J. UOOKli .Agout. Fulton. 17th Ward, ant
WESTEKN 1SSUBAN0K COMPANY
OV CINCINNATI. , ,
OFFIC8 IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 2 Front-street, between Jlftinaud Syoamore.
This Company is taking Fire, Inland and Marine
Bisks at current rales of premium,
Losses fniriy adjiibtod and promptly paid. .,
DIBiiOTOBS:
TFEckert, ' " Fllall, - HWPomeroy,
WlllhimUleun. WOWhltcher, WCMann.
Robert lilitrhell, W II Conistock, LUHBtoue,
Itobt Buchanan, COHIiaw, OeoHtall,
Wm Sellaw, Heth liianar ,1 l.'Taafle,
David Oibsnu, - If Itrachmao, J Qlshani, .
II Clearwater, Tlins It Klliott.
T. F. hlOKKKT, president.
Stsphen Wogar, Becretary. io8
Fire and Marine; Insurance.
( ilize ns Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DIRECTORS;
William Wood, Isaac 0. Oopelen, 1
James F. Cunningham, Sydney S. tflark,
Andrew Erkenbreohnr, Joseph Keakirt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm.Fisbsr, ,. .
Oeorge K, Dixon.
18 A AO (I. OOPKLKK, rrealdent.
Oro, W , OorciEK, tiecretary.
A.M. IIOHH, Surveyor.
Is proparcd to issue Policies on Fire and Starlne
Bisks, on favorable terms. Oltloe No. 3 W.,t Third-
street, Trust Co. Building. noSbfm
National Insurance Co.,
ClnrlniiBtl, Ohio. :i-
(Onlce Sonth-weat Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
f ire ubk8
TARBN AT f'URHENT RATh.
DlBElTOBSi
l!l M hinitu,
Chas it Moora,
Juhb Uurgoyue,
ffw ilepworth,
F X Wledemor.
Robert Aloore,
ill Fecblielmei ,
BWBmith,
llenrv Kiln.
Tousling,-
J 1. HOba
Thin It l ings,
II. o. uitHKR.Bee y.
INO. BUKUOYNK.Piea.
ncsoiiu
P. A. bpiuun.v, Surveyor,
Cincinnati Insurance Company
iwTABnsiiF.n in imit.
OAPITAI u$15O.0OO.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. ' IN
BDRIC8 against Loss and Damage by Fire; al.oi
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
' " ' - DIBKOTOBH; '
Juo.W Uartwell, Allen Collier, William Hor, "
John W Kills, James Lnntou, ' Ohas.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, .lames A Frnzor, .1 W Canfleld,
l T Woodrow, BMW Taylor, A 8 Winslow,
QSWilliamH. II SlrBlrtioy, llowinan 0 Baker.
JOHN W. IIARTWKI.L, President,
O. W.WiUiamu, Secretary. nog
FIRM AND IUAKINIi.
Eagle Insurance Company,
OP CINCINNATI.
J. W. QARUI80N, Prasldenl. '
8. W. KKKDKK, Secretary.
Oibectoks Henr Keasler, Anthony Fay, Win.
Wood, J. W. Ganlson.gamuel U. Taft, Oeorge W.
Townlev. Bmllll Bctts.
BravBuoas J. B. Lawder and David Baker, deVsy
Portable Grinding and Bolting
Corn and Feed Mills, . ,
ALL SIZES, PUT UP IN 8TK0NG IRON
Frames, (cast solid.) both upper and under run
ners. Stunt Machines, Floor Packers. Bolting Cloth
Helling, ac, rottauie engines ananooers. . ,
W. W. HAMER & CO.,
N. E. Cor. Western -row and Columbia-streeti
sr Circulars sont on application with postage
samps. - oct-ioiw
ROOrilVCi! IlOOFIIV !
f iMlV. OUTCALT ELASTIC ME-
JL TALLIO ROOFING" is oS'nred to tha nubile
as the best and cheapest Metal Hoof now used, Us
meuistesiea or an e perienoe 01 years in mis city
and vicinllv. A nulled to flat or steeu. old or new
buildings, No solder used fastened securely with'
outexposure to tne action 01 tneeiemeuts.
Propared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part ol
Ihe United States, ran be applied by any one witb
ordinary niscnaiiuni sum. uruers promptly nnwi
I'A LDWKLb A UO,
lyie-tf IM West Second street.
lA'l'liNT MAOIIINM-MAMi PAPER
A- BACS, fur (lioceis, liriieeisls. Tea Dealer' and
others, innile Ironi extiu ijuallly ol Wrapping,
Ma
nlileand While Tea I'
1 our.
tto.OoONo. 1 Wrapping nn.1 Manlllsj
, euo,(slOo, 2 -
, MO.UOONo. II ' " ' " ,
M),tM No. 4 ... '
atio.uio No. 6 -
VOO.WjO No. 8 "
200.ISIO No. 10 " '
2i,io No. IS " m
Mi,m No.Ifi " .
jSIH.OfiC N. 18 : '- " "
, ann.isto No. 2 .
.. 800,01)0 No. 26
aii.KO No, 1 Whits Jes Bags, '
, , 2OH,0rt)No. 2
200,1)00 No, 3 ".' " '
Tho above art pnt np In packages of 600 baks each
We are manufacturing from sixty to seventy-firs
thonsana nags per aa, :
ni.u n si uuaiiisjLV,
Paper Cu Manufacturers.
ana noiesaie i-ai
r Dealers, '
oc22
77 and 79
alnut-street.
BONNETS,
KlISROiAS.
FLOWERS
Feathers ami Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which lam soiling at asml
advance on New lork prices, wholesale and rotol,-.
WEBB, JJrw ,',
nrj ' UJ I S t Fifth-slrart. bet, Ruee and ltlm.
O ANDY I DANDY
; 331. vCTjARBB:, : .
"':," (Bnccsssot to MTir Oo.)
Manafaeturen tud WaoIiaI Dealort
FINK AND PLAIN CANDIES,
0 MAIN
STB BUT, CINCINNATI
-.'i ; ; . -myl7.
HOLIDAY Q0ODS.Wo bavo Jugt , ra
celvud a large supply or new Fruits, inch
Figs, Prunes, Naiurai Peaches, Pineapple, Blask
herrlns and Hlrawberrios, assorted Jellies anil Jam
P if solved Fruits, In endless variety ; itnllcata Old
Port, Hherry, Madolia and (IhAmpsxoe nines, fon.
Ing ihe largest an moet cauplote assortment
" good ll.it.dn'' ever ottered In tn city befure. For
tulo, wholosal aad: retail, by ,.-.,. ,
" in -I m" A. at. DON A 1.1) A id .
dell' i-" I aud Branck iBIore Mil Wesl r.iurth-.t.i
II. IIALimiN, ATTORN Ef
AND COUNSEL LOR AT LAW and Uastsr
Commissioner of the Superior and Common Pleas
0!oiBejBaildlB! Borln soratrof jUs
.'j-,.. ..jiV i u..., . .... ',.)
i ie,i
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Tbi
Hhortest Konte between (llaoltiimil
and CltlflnaTO. . .
Thm. pusenserTralnsleaveUlnolnnatldallr. from
thefootof MIllandFrontstreets.
JilM) A. 111. Chicago Jdail arrives at Indlauapolls
-1 U 'l.,u IO.III I' M 'I'ill. (Vain
HI. 1st. I" a Hi ) ..i ifcset' saw " ' k s . w
cinnocts with all night traius out ofChli agu lor
tlm nous Him riortn-wei connects a inaiauapo.
lis with I rains for Torre ilnnte; nlso with I'ern
traius lor lerti, Logansport, Fort Wayus and '(
ledo. . '
1-AfitS I. Bl. Terra il.into aud Laytaietts Ac
ooniiuoo,Htlou arrives at luliauapollsat fi: 1. P. 11.,
maKing oireccoonnections at inaianapoiis wits x.a
tayotte trains for Decatur, HprlngBeld, Naples, (Julu-
cy, nanuiuai anu di. josepu.
i P. M. Chicago kietoaa arrives at Indlauaoolls
at 12:15 A. H.. makina clese connections at Chicago
with all morulng trains out of Chicago.
Bleeolnaoan are attached to all the nlsht trains
on this line, and run through to Chicago .without .
cnange 01 cars.
This Is exclusively a Western aud North-western
ronte, and with favsrable aud reliable arrangements
with all oonueelU'g roads throughout the entire ,
West, guarantees unusual cars and Ike amplest so .
poramodatious to the patrons ol this Hue
the uompauy s exclusive xemgrapu iiins is usmi
when necessary, to govern the movement of trains,
and Loughrldga s celebrated Patent Brakes, are at.
tached to all piwscnger trains, by which they canes
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern Im
provements noceasury for tho comfort and safety ot
passeuKers, the managers of this road have liberally
provided. . .
smoking-cars on tnisitue, ,
SsT III) .lire rou are in the riant ticket onice befotw
mn nnrnhiUA vnnc tik ntj. fti.il uk ftw tloklu vlft
Lawiencebnrituiid Indlanapulis.
Fare the same us b; auy other routs, Baggago
oheoked through.
, ThKOCQU TlC'KF.'f .1, goo I until used, ran be ob
tained at the ticket offbati, at Bpencer Honse Corner
uorth-westfinruer Broiidwar and Front; No. 1 Bar
not Horse (loruer; at ths Wkluut-stroet Honse, aud
at Depot oAlco, foot of Mill, on Front street, where)
sllnecossary information may iwhad.
Omnlbnsea rui to ai A frou 3&0I1 train, and will
call for passengers at all bot.l i and all parts ot tho
eitr, b, leaving address at el I S r office.
w. n. it. nuniiB,
5-0.1.! , f .. r ; fleaeral Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
SIX OA I L Y TRAINS LEAV1TH1
81xlh-street Depot.
Trains run throutth to Cleveland Band oak r. Tn.
ledo and Indlauapolls aithout change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Kastern, Western, North.
mm and North-western cities.
o a. ni- fiAntHKB TitAllf For Hamilton.
Kichmond. Indlauapolls, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Citlos. Connects at Richmond with C. and
u. noau ior uuganspon; also connects at Hamilton
loruxiora, so.
A. M. TRAlrV-For riavton. Rnrlntrfloirt.
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
close connections with all traius leaving Chicago tha
samo evening!' Also connects at UasAHA. roa Co-
i.unsosi at iieneiouiaiue who u. ann 1. n. it., hasc
uu ...mi, m rum w.iuji iiisnurg, eon. vvayne ami
Chicago Railroad Kast and West; at Clyde with
Cleveland aud Toledo Railroad trains for Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton forltreenvillo, Union, Win.
Chester and Mnncle.
1(1 A. Al. KXI'RKHS TRATN-For(!lwalan4
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
iiii.i.iiu .11 DHinmtium . Ai.oooiiueuts at Lireet.
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all
Kastern cilioa.
3:40 P. HI. TlttON-For Hamilton, Richmond, -Indianapolis,
Terra iiatite and Baint Louis; con.
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, 4c. ' '
,t,i...i... .uiiui rut jsajiuu, oiuiuaueiu.
Itellefontaine. Lima. Toledo. Detroit. f!hlcaeo. ajid .
all points in Canada. Connects at Bellefontaine wlt -U.
and I. R. It., Kast and West. . . . ' -
lliinF. M. ICXI'HRKTRAIN-For(!lsv.
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities; Also, connects at
Oroilliue for Piltebnrgh, Phlladolpbla, Baltimore,
ami all Kastern cities. ,
tTThe nirtht Kxpress Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. il., Ieavesdaily-f:xspr BATUanars. AUothsr
trains leave daily uxokpt BitscaTs;
For further information and Tickets, apply at tho
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad,
way; Noi lev Walnut-street, near Gibson Uoussi at
lbs new Ticket Ufnce, on the westsldeof Vine-street, .
... . ..ID....NI -...j n . aAn k.u.i.l
street House, or at theSIxlh-street Depot.
ooia i). aioi.ft aan. Htiporintenaent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
i:nree a rains xjauy,
Two Through I2spreg Trlns.
KIRSX TRAIN DAY EXPRESS AT 10
M? A. tl,. connects via Cnlnmbns and Cleveland:
via Columbus, Bteubeuvlllo and Pittsburg; via
1 1. I ..... . .... I 1 1 r. a ...1, PlliaLn.. .1. fdlllfn.
I. ii. snrl Ik i r twiieallas i. Alao. lor nnrlneneld.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
HPX'OND TKAIN-Cnliimhus Accommodatloa
at 4:40 a". M. This train sloiw at all stations be.
taeen Uinciunatl ana uoinniuiu, and uincmuati ana
Bprlngfiold.' - '
TlilRU TUAIN-Nlght Kxpress at 11i.10 P.
M., conneclssia Colombus and Bellair(Wbellnf ); ,
via Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via Coluoi
bus Bteubenville and Pitisburg; via Ooliimbna and
Cleveland. , ; a ,
. This Train slops vt Loveland, Morrow. Sen la
and London.' BLliiCPINOGARB ON THIS TBArlN.
VsTTbe Day Ki press runs throngb to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubenvills. wlthont
chaoge otcars.
The riiuu r BArniion iratn leaving uinomnau ,
at 1 1 :;U P. M., rnns daily, except SATURDAIii.
The other Trains in, dallv.exount SUNDAYS.
For an Information, and Throngh tickets to Bos. 1
Ion, Now York, rhiladelpiila, Baltimore, Washing.
ton, uiiumio, niHK.ru vail., vuu.ir., uieveiauu,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Kastern placea,
sans, vuuxirx, uieveiana,
apply at tue unices, wainui otiwt xjouse,no. a cor
set House, south-east corourol Broadway and Frost
streets, and at the Kastern Depot. i
Trains run bp Columbus time, whloh Is levea mlu.
stes fasteT than Olnoluuati time.- v
J. DCBAND. Bnp't.
Omnibuses cail.for psaseugors by leaving directiout
at Ijhe Ticket Offices. no!4
Commencing Dec, 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
0
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH W1TU00T CHANQK OF GABS.
Two Daily Trains for Vlncennes, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 7:20 A. JV., and 7:90 P. At.
Three Daily Traius for Louisville, at 7:30 A. M
2:00 P. M., and 7:S0 P. M.: 1
Una Train for Gransville at 7:30 P, 1 .
1 bo Trains connect at bt. Louis tor all pointiln
Kausasand Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo
kuk; at Bt. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg,
Natches and New Orleans. , .
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:30 P. M. -
Rsmamno Fiwt Line Leaves Kast St.. tools,
Sundays excepted, at t:W A.M., arriving at Clncin.
nstl at lil:l& P. 11.
Kxpbkss Tbain Loaves East St. Louis dally at 4 (0
P. It., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:2.1a. M.
. r FOB THliOCCiH TICK ITS
To all ritnts "West ai d South, please apply at tha
offlces,- Walnnt.strea t Honse, . between sixth and
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner office.
jwrtn-weat corner of front and Broadway, Spencor
alonse Office, and at ths Depot, corner Front and Mill.
streets. W. H. CLUMKNt; ti.n'1 Hnei....H..."
, Omnibuses call for passengers. oc29
Cincinnati, Richmond &
mm:
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
,
!
as
i,
of
i
Great 1
oufzh Route fop
IHUIANAPOLIB, '
BBS BADTB,
OA. tiU u to,
uri
Si ') 1
oaicAoo.
ii i,-..,;i
amua
HBPCBT.
ru
TfinT U.vva
TWO DAILT THR0D8HTB AIN8 leaveB il ths tree
. . Depot, at A. M. and 4is0 P, If.
A. M.-ItforAN APOLIB, 81. LOrJl" A OHIBA.
00 FAST IlPBBBS.-1'hrouBhdirsol, makina oTsm
oonaeotions for alloUier Western and North-western
point, tuis tram aiso oonneotaat Blohmond wits)
Vll
Inolnastl and Chicago
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