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T HE PEE S S.
WEDNESDAY.
DBCEMBBH. 31
THE BABYLESS BENEDICK'S SOLILOQUY.
We do not think (hit very natural or lotbj eitbsr.
raving m it doss of past-nuptial life; bat (till It wilt
M pleasant to those who liars suffered as lb eolllu,
quitar: v , ,, ,j
I'll queerest little dresses
"T eves have ever seeu, ' ' ' '
Isouietinienoatrhaglinipiieor, ' ' 1
And wonder what they mean,
All folded np to neatly.
And fashioned out with grace; - :
With little bows of ribbon,. .
, And little bile aflaco.
1 gaze on these with wonder; .,"
Aud In Viola's eye i
1 try to read tha secret
But aha la all too wise.' , '
And noto all niy questions '
Sbe makes but tbia reply; ' 1
"If you'll have patlenos, dearest,
I'll tall yon-by-and-byl" '
Brouoham Dong in Pkn and Ink.
Sala gives this description of Harry
Brougham; Not a teautifnl man thin,
on any theory of beauty, llogarthesque,
KusBmesque, Winclemaoesquo. or other
wise. Kath er a shaggy, gnarled, battered,
woatlior-leaten, uirly, faithful. Sootoh-
colly type. Xofc a soft. imDlorinir. vield
ing countenance. The mouth is fashioned
to the saying of harsh, hard, impertinent
tilings; not cruel, Dut aowongnt; Dut
never to whisper compliments, or simper
out platitudes. ... A hose tod, that can snuff
tuo oattie alar on and with dilated nos
trils breathe forth a glory that is some
times terrible; but not a nose for a pou fl
eet bos or a Covent Gardon bouquet, or a
tlacon of Frangipaui. Would not care
much for truffles either I irtink. or the
delicate tiroma of. snarklinir Moselle.
Would prefer onions or strongly-infused
nunc ana nops; sometuiui; honest and un
sophisticated. Watch this old man nar
rowly, young visitor to tho lords- Scan
ins furrowed visage. Mark his odd, an
gular wnjs and gestures, passing uncouth.
Sow lie crouches, very doglike, on his
crimson bench; , clasps one shepherd's
plaid in both his hands.' Botheram 0. C,
is talking nonsense, I think. ,: .. .
I'owek ok Imagination. In the course
of a highly interesting lecture On the
power ot imagination, delivered in Man
chester, England,1 reoently, .the erudite
Or. Nobles told the following story, by
way of illustrating his subject: ',.'';
.M. Boutihouse served under Napolion's
army, and was present at many engage
ments during the early part of the present
ncntiiry. In the battle of Wagram, in
107, while in the front ranks, and in tho
utt of re-loading his musket, he was, as
lie supposed, deprived of both legs by a
cannon ball, lie felt no pain, but this lie
attributed to the stunning effect of the
shock of the brain and nervous system,
and he lay motionless during the entire
night among the wounded and the dead,
not daring to move a muscle lest the loss
of blood should be fatally increased. At
early dawn he was aroused by one of the
medical staff, and an examination proved
that ho was uninjured. The ball had
passed under his feet, and had ploughed
a hole in the earth nt least a foot in depth,
into which his sudden sinking : produced
the impression that he had beondeprived.
of both his limbs." "' " "
HARRISON & COLLINS
ifiENTRAl, BEE-HIVE GALLERY, oor
ner of Fifth and Western-row.; .Photographs,
Mulalnotypes and Ambrotypefl tnken cheaper than
ulmiwhcre In the city. 0(1 Colored Photographs
.made of all sixes, from life tu the smnll,fit miniature.
Pictures neatly set In Lockets, Breast-pins, t"iugor.s
iw,u,i u.(H.Dicin. -nil wura warranttui.
uolti-ay A. S. BLOOM, Artiat.
. - -WILL MOST-i C
POSITIVELY CLEAN
loves,
8iikV, . . );.-v;-i--
Velvets,
- , - Ribbons
:ioh,- '
Oil . 1'ainliiigx,
lilnsraviiigs;
''III
la Economical,
. Av Hi''
' 'A
.-V ''-i'.l U.MOKP Cartaio. .. ( ,
Is LesB Troublesome, Ik., '
i
Than any othar article tytr lnrented for cleanilng
all the al ore,' and nuny other articles from Grease,
luiiit, Coal-smoke, Dirt, Ac, .;,,,,; . . ,
THE BENZINE,
J.- ' .-..I O . . I . '
As propareil by
SUIUB.JOSlSTKINiOO.,
ii'm Opposite the Postofflca.'
deliic
Glycamyl of 'Roses
IS A MOST BEAUTIFUL AND JBFFEC
1 uaj, remedy for, ,
. : Ju: I.
Chapped Hand,' - !;; ; .. -
Chapped Fice, ,
j Sore, Lips, &t.
I tu emiueut and soolhln properties preserve the
- kin in a healthy condition, and render It sett,
smooth aud fair.. Prepared by
r ' SUIBl,BCTfSTKIN ACO.,
'leisic , Opposite the Foatofflea.i
Spalding'. Prepared, (3tlae
GROSS .SPALDIJO,S, p'llBPARED
JM (iLU,:forsalby
Hltivv vnranvru m. wi ). i
ilelVc
Opposite the Postomoe '
Holiday Presents.
I HAVE JUST rbPENEU' ibT' OF
11 sone aud Ubina 'Flcnnat.
raacr Inkstands.
iutee, Jewel and Match-boxea, saucy Shavina: and
wi'1-k.-iioxea, aiiu other jrancy uoods too numerous
i" irnuoo, iiiHanie tor ine uonaaya, wmcn 1 will
i.' II cheaper than any other establlsbnient in the
.iiy. - HKNEI DAVID.
No. Vi Main-street, between With and Seventh.
tv B- Aleo it new lot of fancy Soaps, Perfumery,
i ..hup. . .,0014
-rfi
Holiday Gifts, &c.;'
B INVITE ATTENTION, TO THE
targe anil iMfLiitifni uurf.,..! .t amrv
.OUDS, which we have juit received for the Boll-
V" f9" Jewel uiskeW, Bo.
hviuiau Caskets, Pearl Card Oases, Bohemian Boxes,
, Bo-
i nlmd Urushee, Ac. Fur sale nt very low nricea.
ALflKltT BOSH, DrugilsU
.1,13 8. W. cor. ighth-st. and Western-row.
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
ynMUB EXiEtLENT ARTICLE IS FOR
eula.br ALBUBT K09S, Druaglsl,
ui-If, 8. W. eor. Blghtht. and Waatern-row.
J. J BCTLElt'8
f ..... .
j irclaior ' Fluid f nki.
. i ' i ' "i . " t'.f i.l'
Jfanifttetory, a Visit Hi. ti
BUSINESS CARDS,
. Door Ijocks,
R. Ill CAR AND SWITCH LOCKS
Door and Gate-Springi, 1
' HOUSE BsTLL'MATf RIAU5,
SILVEK-PLATED UOUK-PI.ATE8,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
Tha public arc respectfully invited to oall And
amine the various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to - t '
GBORGB MoGRBGOB, '. ''
no2cm So. US Fifth-street, 2d door from Baoe.
3
A. B. COLVILLE,
3
Scale Maniifnoturrrt .
No. 41 Kast Second-street, batwaso Sycamore and
oroauwar, uiacinneti, Keeps every asecripuon oi
Counter, PlnrforAi, Cottle, Railroad Desalt
i ana i rncK some) -iruocvj .
. - Iron Wsieii) efctv
Hepeirng dona on the ahorteat notice. ' nol
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
, j 134 MAIM BTBMT, 0IH01 wATl, 0. '
I KITMDQEFOLOM.
53 St. Oharles atrset, Maw Orltana, La,
I mp a Hera arOnna Ac Sporting. Apyarataa,
! II AMD tUliU I OtJtt POWDM.
KAILROAD HOTEL,
i (Fronting the Steamboat Landing.) "
North-east Corner Broadway and Front,
; v;''. .,' OIHOIHSATI, .OHIO. - ", ' ."
B. F, LEVESISfO, Proprietor.
; . toc7-CBll , ,
WI. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
I MlREriOTtlBlIlS ASD DIAUM IH , ; ,
FURNITURE, 0HAIR8, AND ALL
JL klnda of Mattresses and Beddtnir. at tha
stand. No. 136 Bycamoretreet, east aide, Htweeu
Fourth and ITffthwitreets, aeventh stor above
rourth-street, Vnurcn Pews lined ana cushioned
Allordors promptly attended to. e-t-cm
! H. CAMPBELL & 00 .X
".WANUFACIURERS OP BAR, SMEET
1 T-B. and Boiler Iroa, Plow Blabs, Bailroai (nlkea
Kte. . Also. Aaenta for the sale of Iron ton t)w Kails
Witrerooma Ho. IV Saat Second Street, Uln-loDat I
unto. .
aayAll klada Iron made to onto. UH
, 1 LEiDERT YL,
CLEANER OF SINES AND VAULTS,
Ne. M 8iKth4treet. between Ylna and Mace. In
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Perawaa who
may favor him with their patronage, can rely as pnnc
tuality and low prices. e,l-ny
Money! ; ifloney ! ' JM ouey I
xoan"oppice. !
I Ramoved frana 80 Weat HUtb-atraet, i
MONET LOAN kFoN WATckES, JEW
KLBY and all kinds of Merchandise. t low
rates of interest t No. 171 Vlna-ilreet, ptwta
fourth acd Tlt) . . iS
PHILADELPHIA
DigMd; Coffee' SatdbxipT
NO. 81H ITirrH-BTBEET, SOUTH BIDS,
(Soartheoornorof Vins.X'
C. 1 VICKERS, Proprietor. .
Oystis and Oauie served in all styles. Meals at ail
beurs
nolam
-'ii.:'i.:elias
WHIIKUIiWIiLlil IIIIISI
16 West Fourth. Street
Where can be had arert article apsrtalulnf to the
Builnees af a marjh lew vrla, Xot 0 ABB, than
has ever before been offered In this market.
- CM VI US A. CALL
And see tor yourselves,
WM.-WH4TAKER,
Ho. M. B. Uor. fifth and Lodge streets, betwetn
Walnut and Vine. Cincinnati.
AfoodasaortmentofaiLVlcaanrlPIjATKDWAhll,
srnuj &uuB) etc., Kept constantly on nana.
Bneciul attention slven to Cloanina and HorjalrlLt
Watcheaand Jewelry. , p r uiylt
BEGGs SMITH, No. 0 West 4th St.
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
BUrerware and Diamonds. ...-. i
A line aaaortmest of 1
I Ta Bats and Ostletji
anduaaradlaesesv -
WILSON, GAR LICK & CO., .
Forwarding arid Commission
..... MERCHANTS,'-
I1EALERS. IN 'LIVE- AND DRESSED
M Hoes. Pork.
Bogs, Pork, Lard, Whisky, Flour,
Grain, A.'.
nln-itiM,tH.
OUIce north-west
corner oixtu nnu
Cincinnati, opposite tho Ualt Ilouse.
The undersigned haviug formed a copartnership
In the General Produce aud Commission Business,
nnder the style of Wilsou, Oarlick A Co,, reeeeol-
fully tender their services aad solicit the patronage 4
iivir services aausuueis ine pavonaKe.PJ
B and the eulrllo. Purtinnlur &tti,,ili,iii
wieir ineuus aua tue pumio.
paid to buying and selling Hogs, Whisky, Floor,
un
Irain. Ac. Their charaea will bo as inodorRt ,
any other good house in the e tty, Befer to the mor
cuauis oi utuoiniiati generati .
1 . '
no2ebm
A, WILSON, Jn., ,
1. 1, UAnuiUS.
L.T.BAUB.
'"J.M'ELEVEY,5 f
Merchart Tailor,
. . No. 4La.I t)rjrtlslH-3TREET t rl
delStf LODBON BUILDIHU
PH(ENIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
' s Hartford, Connecticut.-" 4
Capital, 4(W,00 m.. aaete, 8347,T'it,!
Devoted to rlre business exclusively,
H. A. OLABSFOBD. Anont.
noM-amf
83 West Third-street. Clnciniiatl..
GROCERIES, Ao. Choice Staple anJ
Fancy Orocerlea, Foreign Fruits and Nuts,
uneo Apples and reaches, provisions, country fro-
duce. wil
1U1
very article usually kept in a first -clagv
Grocery.
Families annulled in Quantities to suit, al
the lowest market rates. Goods delivered to city
customers promptly.
No charge for cartace.
AAEON A. COLTKR, .
Nos. 319 and 331 Main-atraet.-
dell
RIILUJIATISTl,
N ALL '"'ITS' 'STAGES;1'
NEURALGIA
Cured: Borofulous Oomnlainta, old Ulcers of ten
years duration; strred speedily' and permanently,''
DB. BABBEB,
Ballroad Hotel, foot of Broadway. -
bo cnare mane unless cured,
del7aw
JNO. H.' DETERS,
FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE
MANUFAOTOBEB.No. 68 West Fourth-street,
has now In store a large and complete retail stock of
Gentlemen's Boots, Shoe aad Slippers, which, tor
extent anil variety, ia not surpassed west of New
York., Also, Gentlemen's, Ladies', , Misses' aud
Children'! Boots, Bhoes. Saltern, Ac el Ms own
manafaeturo, at wholesale. de!3
A.
W-k. V.HBW60N, of. tha tat. firm of
BawsoaA Halmoa.wllloontlnnetlutOoninils.
ion, Stock and Dill Braliera(,e business, at their old
street. Uesolleltoacontinuanceof tbebusiuesshere-'l
soiwre eo iiuwiaiiy wwiuvpu uu me oiu urm. nezsaill
C. VMACKELFRESH,
.T:.r siMAwpOtwtaror of , i
rHN, SHEET-IRON ANP. ZINC WAKE,
Baktnsand BeidljiitPowder Box s, Tin Speak -t
IticTube, ltooflnc, and Dealers In Stoves, No, 2M
uiu-sirooi, uTotauiiaiivunio, " - ,- ' -
An sinus oi job work promptly attended to.
ORIEJiTAL EXCHANGE.
rfi HE UNDKRBV&NED.lAVlNa REFIT
jbl xsiif tne oAijwta in ine inquirer
Bulldrbi, tal Howl prepared tn furnish,
their friend Willi the bust Imported
Wines. Lionors aud Clears. ...
aWBaltlmens Shell Oysters served in .
"d'eLirn'e8' ' " ' 1CA8TW001) RJVBOKNT.
pREriH KaWInS, t ltfS A5 D PRWaiS
JL1 In small pack wes, for family use.
Fresh Almends, ITIberts, Brn.ll Nuts, all kiHa o
Bnsar Toys, Plain and Fancy Candles.: . t . , W
uu.n usuf ,ir.'Oiw;urii ... i s ,7
W,OWTrdoas. . f .i ?, .) ,Va -f i
.' ' BO WN A DEUINO.
m or saie ny . . .
-1 '. jV I7 Maln-slvaeLy
EXTRA PA MILT.x'LOTJR.150 brla.
, best White Wheat Fl'inrjust rereived aud lur
J . i i' AB0N A, COLTBB,
itU I uV r l Malnftreel.,,,
-Cat
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O.S.MALTBY
W6
VREH CAN
1 COVE '
OYSTERS.
Spiced Oyiteri.
PICKLED OYgTPaS
T
BR SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
I NO DAII.T. hr the Adams Cnrasa. MALT.
ui 0 world-renowned Baltimore
Frel Can, Keg and Shell Oyiten
Fresh, Hermeticall.iealed OUT I, BPIOID a
' ROBERT OXR, Af ent
t't , Depot, II West tllth-street
" FRESH
OYSTERS.
OAVAGNA'8
Oyster Importing House
NO. 31 WKST FIFTH-STKEET.
ITHB SUBSCRIBER 18 NOW REOEIV
M. INO dally, per Express, his splendid Oysters,
Baring completed arrangements In Baltimore, oo
the most extensive scale, I will at all times durlns
the season be prepared to furnish my friends, "aud
the rest of mankind," with thi most DKLICI0U3
piVALVlGo imported to tne viueeu city. None but
the very best imported. Great lailucementa offered
at mis imiKjriiDK-uuuBe.
Order iiolioited
and nrometlv filled
Terms cash
S-HAJCtt VJAVAtxPiA,
ae;16t
Bole Importer and Proprietor,
J OYSTERS,
TODD'S OLJ) ; ST AND,
'rVTO.608IXTH-BTREEI. I AM RECEIV
i- I NO dally. BBTH'S Celebrated MAMMOTH
orSTKKS which I am selling at unprecedented
low srloea Lv oaaa or doaen. Dealers and families
wantinj a very large, fresh Oyster, will please send
their orders. Attached to this establishment is a
nice, quiet, respectable Saloon, where you can baru
uysrera uoonea in every eerie, anu servea up m a
olea lanl superior manner. Charges less than at any
oiner piiee. iociui . ,iuna naiaii
THOS. SMITH'S
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
Ocpotf 93 Syeamore-atrect, appoeltc the
National Theater. '
R.C. BOOKING, Agent.
ALHO Dressed Fish end Same: trash and sweet
uutter, Ac. delivered at all noura, ireeoi coarge.
loeitij
If YOU "WCLTCLt
Fine, Fat, Fresh Omnia, (j
i hi
urn
ter House, ; ,
253 253 253 253 253
- WAt,NUT-8TstEETt '
" no29 kifth door above Sixth, weat side.
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received daily by the Adams Ex- f
press Company, in whole and half cans. wT m A
All Oysters sold warranted frenh and of Jv
the very beat quality. J7H. 0WIN08, StLj
Aeent. No. J7 ITIfth-atreet. bet. Main ' .
aud walnut-streets. 1 '
a. B. The trade supplied on tho most liberal
terms. oe'26cni ;
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DR. SAM'L SILSBEE
li'SPECIAXLT TREAT3 DISEASES OF
IHB 8KIN, BHKUMATL9U, DISSASEB OV
WOMEN, and snob Ohronio oomplalntaaa may bo
benefitted by the Hygyonio and Atmopathlo systeiu
of htaoffloe. - . :
Vapor, Sulpbnr, Iudlue, Arseuio, Alercury, Tur
kish, Busalan and Klectro-Ohemlcal Baths, a DU
penaaryof Medicine, and every manner of Hlectrio
and Maguetlo Apparatus. ' ' '
SO. M WEST SKVENTU-STUaHT. .; .
aaroiBce hsnrs 9 A. M. to li ' anrt-tft
ft. 8, NEWTON, Mi D.
Oiae, 80 West Seventh Street.
IRVUII mi AID BAOI.
O. E.' NEWTON, M. D.
Orrios Me. fiu West Sevauth atnut. hioi, Vina
and ltaco. BMiBBSOt No. 03 Beventh street. I.
ween Walnnt and Vine. Orriui Uooas TU to 8
a , Ut P. N.t t toa F. H. , .
WM. M. HUNTER,
DENT 1ST,
os' ; 1 1 ' ' ' "' '". ; a6 Vlne.atreet.
'(.Successor to Knowlton .Tft.) J. ; -No.
36 Weat Fourth 8t, hat. Wstlaat. V Vlos.
CINCINNATI, OHIO..
sep34,
PURE AIR!
..' I.? '0 ;..)Hi- ,t. -wit ...,,
NewSModefof Ventila .ioii!
..!'; ,"t -'' "f.-,l -i .- V ."' ,-i.'t-
: ,;. 'v.'.- .e. i i'j .i i ... '
v'(:'i ;.!.CttlCana'Bte Oaieaf.', ';: ;"":,
p ATEjqi'"';::;;-.':,;,'
';; i',".,j' ' tr-ri fi'.-r ' it'i -ii ? f t--
Heiting and VeBtilajtea
'. .W '' ' 'l.i 'till . ; i ' . . l",i. .f'V ',",.
. r ; InortloB at''''';';' ''IV
C DAM B E R.L A IS ' 0 Oi'fl
8tort Wan-rooms, Nos. 51 and 83 Vine-it.,
.-t,, ,,. i. (Below Columbia.) .v,i ,;;..,.
: i", . , it,-, 1
S a wye i? & O o.L
..' ', tnoay.. . .j.-- . i, . r.
AXOSOB.
Coal ooWii Stove.
V:
' AVVABDiCD'UBLB BILTItt HKOALfJ '
Al THI
nt
STATE AIK
Held at Zaneavllla, Uotobrr, 1H5U. '
'." . ..'' ;!. 'M'J "'4 i
MANUFACTURED BT
HI
mm
. ' SAMPLE AND SALE-ROOM.. '
(SmmI door Baloa- Columbia) . ,:r
C i;Vd NN ATI. Ohio',;:
- 1 (noBcnil -
Bock Binding;
IN ALL ITS BEANOHES, NO." 8 EAST
rourth-street, etween Minend8tainoe, Cin
cinnati. -B-blndlnl
every strle. Hutls Books coal.
H... . . 0. OBOPPIB.
IT aad dnerably boi
Il
MISCELLANEOUS.
$30.-i'. 30. y $30. ir, $30,
1 Thirty-Hollar J)oablLock-Stitoli'
PiMILV SEWIXfiJIAtllllS
BIUUBXOBr BKCKNT LKTTK11S PATBNT.
miHIS MACHINE. HAS BEEN PRO
M. NOUNCD br all competent Jit.laea, whe
hare seen it, to be the best and moat dmlraule Fam
ily jowiug Machine ever introduced, restnralsea
f price. It will aew all kind uf rauniy gooua,
from theveri thickest to the very Anestfitbrics mad,
and naes miikiuus oi tnroau, trom no. a to aw.
No oil fa uaetl aw ISD.i thn ItlaclilnB.
Hidfnra cirunlf.r. or call anil iitill (.aeration
Onun early anslicatioD. State and County B&hteinay
oe eecurea.
An eaerserlo person can malte a fbrtnneln aahtrl
urns. Aaenta wan toa in au nnsoiu wrritory. ..
' V H. C. UCRTMAN,
' ikleandeidlnslreagentfortheUnitedblnUis, .
sepHtol . 88 West Fourth -st ruet. Cinrluiiatl.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & 00.,
' '' ' Manufacturers and Dealers In ' -' '
PRINTING PRESSES;
(BOTH HAND AND P0WK8,);:, ,,'
And all wlitda of Prlntlnaj Muterlnls, No.
I7i. 17 aaa 177 weal weeona-stroet,-'
CINCINNATI, OHIO." ,
1? SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
-BJi to onr S1KDAL JIIBIXH. Within the laar
eighteen mont hs we hare introduced them Into four.
(sen amererit steles oi tne union, wiin tne greatest
aatiifaotloa to the parties imrohaslng. The power Is
applied to in center oi uie piaten ; consequently
there is no possibility of its springing from any
amount of pressure. The motion is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwoll on the point of contact with
the form, lnsurina A PEKFKCT IMPBKsSION at
a high rate of speed.
Printers in want of the BESff JOBBER should
not nurchaae elsewhere without ffivina this an ex
amination. - They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WABBAN1XB to give the most entire satis
faction, ..... M8
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at last inst what the Ladlea have lens needm
and lookod for In rain, the Uterine Elixir, ,
Tha Uterine Elixir Is warranted to cure an dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, tlio Ovaries, aud the Urethra.
T1-..1., L .. 1 1 1 .. . . 1. n 11' ..... I . .. I r..T -t .
riuinfM.ua u, B.I1IHCU1 .uc nuuiu.i muiui iiiou.iru
atiou, Chlorosis, Anieuorrhea: in fact, a perfect curs
Is cuarranteed by the use of from two to five bottles
of the Ulixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
atlve and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter oi now long atanoing. rice si per JJottle.
Madame KLLI3 calls particular attention to the
followins Card of one of tue moat nrominent Drnir-
gists of Oinaliinatla . ,
"To thb Public snd THr.Linisi in Piariovuii.
ur .1.- . J . 1 .
no, in" uuuoiniMUDU, Ol V UVI IU UO UWH Ul gIVIIIJJ
surname to Patent Medicines; bat knowing well the
iiaay s-uysicmu, auu tnemeuicinecauea tue uierino
Elixir, we Ciienrfully recommend it to all females
suffering froun Female Diseases ofanv kind: it la
purely vegetable, and in no cue cu uo Injury;
say to an try, auu our worn ior it, you will una re
lief. , F. I. HILL.DniKglet, ;
aenw , ''CorueroritthandBaoe-atreeta.'' ,.
f ADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU-
TJ. . LATINO COUGH AND I.1VKR BAT.HAM
cures, without fail, pains in the Breast, Back,
Side or Limbs; Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty of Breathing, Heartache, Flatulency, Heart
burn, Ohronio Bhenmatism, Billioua Cholic, Cramp
Obolic, Griping Fains of the Vowels, Dullness,
Stupor, laaotivlty, Loss of Appetite, and In Pain
ful Menstruation it is a certain cure, and gives
Immediate relief, In nny of the above diseases
It will Rive relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the use or two bottles, OnlyWcentr
per bottle so cheap that every nerwn can get It.
N. B.-For sale by F. D. HILL, lrugist, corner
of Baoeand Fifth-streets; J. D. PARK, comer ol
Fourth and Walnut; rSUlKK, ECKSTEIN A 'o,,
corner Vine and Fourth; JOHN DICKSON, cornet.1
of John and Sixth; PAPLBKINLB1N, corner ol
Eighth and Freeman. Also, EDWABD SCAN LAN
iJUj corner ol Main and Fourth; and Madame
ELLIS. 144 West Sixth-street. , . , . sepJIJ-ay
HALL'S PATENT.
( Vti .'li'll .11'
ttoS'jf tEIJ ABt E FIJtfB ANL
BDBGLAB PttOorAFl'.R rti(A ,.
more atifaotlon than any other now in'use.d ,
YS,0.?! rwBvrd; or.OJSE .THOUSAND DOt.
IiAKS to any petson that can, rip to the" present ;
,iiu.,uiu. a qiuNiv uimauGB wuerein mor jiaveiaiiei
(reserve their content.. "T 1 r. x .
1th thlaBAFR we challenge 'alt
jmpetltlou, Ai
Proof, or Flit
being the, best Fire , Proof, Burglar
ami uurgiar rropr now ; made: ana; are willing to,
twt with any establishment .fclha Union, and tW
trty
yfalllng first, to forfeit, to 'tiie,(othertheium
r 12.000.
Wears aresared to ffrru'litii a tiefi, Htfo Vni
lerBara.anilatteBt
net In the Unltm!
Mhaa apy .ethmanTifactnret in the.
Beon-haTid Safesjf other makerti'also' on hariii '
wares veetrnllv
Invite the pnbllo to call and exam
Ine onr atock before
Durcnating eisewnere, , ,
augUjt
Nos. 15 and 17 Kast Columbia street.
VTi B.'"DOtfD'B: " , A
Forosrl yotHalLDcKMi 4 bo.; Uie Urban.Dodds A '
.,;i-Iodd;Co.r;
stunrfAorroaag opTii.i'i . j..:
0,0 NPR33 'jp 30';,''
Firt ami KurrJai' ri-ool
. W. Crur (if, Viiui 'it. Huiivui. SlrwU.
This Ik' ihVtnust tellahla Irrnis ant. tinnnT
BOOF HAWK that la marie In th n,,ll ..
warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be'sold
lower prices, end ft 6f Uttor woikmansilp than
ean be found elsewhere. " '?.""
w, n7! ' '?,rM "sortmetif on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prioea that cannot fall to please.
uid Saiei .
Takea In eachange: 8iOOND-HAND SAFX8 a.
ways on hanO at extremoly low prices. , ejjf ,
WABftiSTED PURE DEOUOKIZED
WI ARB BELLING 'THB BBST' AR
T10LK of OoalOil in the market at '
0 CENTS PER QALI.ON,
' ' , And are wholesaling at
" jATaniifacturerg' Prices. '
" ' mchenry & cabson, " ;.
12 MAIN-STBKIT, BET, FOTJBTH AND FIFTH.
v "'" ' .deKawj. ' '
SADDLE, TRUNK AND HARNESS
MANUFACTORY,, ;
I OU Maln-atreet, three doora above Third,
KBKP ON AND AND MAKE TO OR
DEB all k nds of Herse Trappings, In the liest
and most tubstantlsl manner. A Iso, a large assort,
pentof Horse Blankets, Whips, Carpet and Leather
Bags. Bridle Bits. BnrTalo Bobes, Vallsei (tr reil
sole-leather). Mall Trunks. Sponge, and a' large as
sortment belonging to this line.' I will sell as low
as the lowest,1 !"
: vi. D. S. CAEEICKi '.
nolCay . . ' , .- . i . ., , , ,i,
F RANKIN TIPB AND STBEEOHV
u . ,?5SF,'.B-vS.LK,)0.If uparlatrtdent.-
f., Aaewnav.viai .iBu,, Bg vuusueM
til r- il 1P j
imlmrnmM i
n . i;J i-q-!sr rial m m - im
U 1 II.-i;' eif
COAE OIL. ;
L.il 'ill ." " '-..,''..'' 1; '
INSURANCK
BY . 8TA1JE , AUTHOKITT.
Incorporated 1819; Char ter Perpetual
AmncvasUbllshedlnOlnclnnatlln tH'lH. an
tedattng all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies In the Iusuranoe business In this city. 'Sd
yearn ooml ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex-
erlence.cntornrtse and liberality. enDeclally com
mend the .ETNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronage of this conimuuiky standing solitary
and alons, the sole survivor and living pioneer ol
Cincinnati underwriters ollS'AS.
Losaea paid la Cincinnati dnrlag yaat Five
Cash Oapitall,000,000.
I ABSOLUTE AND UNimPAIKBD.l WITH A
8UHPIUH OF 1,030,43 80.
And tue prestige of 40 yearssuooeassndaxpeaienoe,
IBVIBTMIHTg OP - ,
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF !'A,0PO,r)0O, I1O88E8
Uave been paid by the iEtna ineuranoe Company la
the past 40 years.
Plra and Inlnnel NavlaatlaD. Bisks accepted
at terms consistent with aulvenor aud fair nroflta.
upeeiai aneanon given to insurance oi Dwellings
ana uonienis, ror terms o l to ey s.
Application made to any duly .atborised Agent
promptly actenuea to. y stnot attention to a tegit
Iniate Iusuranoe Laslness. this Oomnanv ia enabled
to offer both indemnity for the past and security for
tne ru rare, r ticies laeneu wnnout aeiay or
JAB.
H, OA iTIB, Agent, No. 40 Main street
A. r.PATO.l
,TOil. Assistant Agent, . . ,
H. II. LIND
J.J. HOOK,
ETi Agent 171 Vine street,
t, Agent, Fulton. 17th Ward.
anS
WESTEKN INSURANCE COMPANY
OP CINCINNATI.
OFFICII IN THE SECOND STOBT OF
w
No, a Front-street, between Slain and Sycamore.
is uomnanv is taaina s ire. iniana ana
tlisks at enrrent rates ol premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
DIRECTORS:
TFBckert, F Ball. SWPomeroy,
William Glenn, WCWhitcher, W C Mann. '
Bobort tlitchell. W H Cometock. I,II Htimn.
Bobt Buchanan, 0 0 Shaw Geo Stall,
Win Sollew, Seth Kvans, , J H Taane,
David Gibson, H Brachman, J G Iskam,
H Cleif water, . Thos B Klliott..: , ,
. i. s. acusux, rreaictent,
BTiratw MoRgg, Becretnry. noS
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
0 CINCINNATI, OHIO. ,
DIBS0T0B8:
William Wood. Ieaae 0. Copelen,
Jamea F. Cunningham, Sydney 8. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joseph Keakirt,
tteo.W. Bishop, - Wm.Flsher, i
. George B. Dixon, i
m ISAAC C. COPELIN, President.
OlO. W. COPiLlx, Secretary.
i..- A. M. BOSS,- Surveyor,
Ts tlrenared to iaHlie Pnlirlea an Fir .nil Mnrlnn
Bisks, on favorable terms. . Office No. 3 Weat Third.
street, Trust Oo. Building. no8bfui
National Insurance Co.,
' Cincinnati,1 Ohio. '
(Offlce South-west Cor. Main and Front-ttroete.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
rire AisKS
i TAKEN AT CUH.KBNT KATK8. ., -
i ' ' '' ' mRicnTortH. '
John Bnrgoyne, EM Smith, ' Bobert Moore,
w m iiopwonu, , unas i, moo re, i al Veobneimer, .
F X Wiedomer, Thos Ong, . S W Smith, T ,
u nose. inos a uiggs, Henry Kills.
H.O.UBNKB,80'y.. J(fO. B0BOoNK,r.res.
noSbfp . P. A. (jpttlQUAi, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
; USTABliISHEO IN 182!. : , !i.
OAPITALr Si50;oOO.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
SURES against Loss and Damage by Fire: also:
Ferlls of the Sea and Inland Navigation. . . . . '
DIREflTOttH.
no.W HurUHll. Allen Collier.
William Uesor. 1
Chae.WBowland,
John W Kills, JamvsLnptou,1
John Wliudlevi1 Juniiii A Fra.er. .1 W fnt,nlfl. -
JU T Womirow, BMW Taylor, A 8 Wluslow,
Q 3 Williams, ' II MoBiruev', ' Bowman C Baker.
.. . ..' juun w, UAUXWKiiii, f resident,
L W.W i UlAMg, Secretary. nos
FIRE AND.niAKINE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI.
J. W. OAWUBOH, President.
H. W. KKEDEB, Secretary.
DtREcroia Henrr Kessler. Anthenv Vhv Wm.
Wood. J. W. Garrison, Samuel hU Taft, George W.
Townley. L-mltli Belts.
hunvavoas-J. B. Lewder and David Baker. de9uy
Portable Grinding and Boitlhe
dPXAOXTIt IMIXaIa.
Corn and Feed Mills, , : :
Belting, Jeo., Portable Kuglnee and Boilera,
W. W. HAMEE & CO.; ;
N. E. Coi. Wstern-row anil Columbia-stieeti
aw Circular! lent on application, with pestags
larapa.'h.iii,, i,j . i .(,. .. v .u.i i. -eet-thrw -t
bulldinfts. ' M6rM)ldern8r ftjiLiiiflri t'niIBl Wufi-
niiea to nit nr itAnn. nlrt nr'nn
VUMrVBUIUlU tUO IKllOU UI US etVUieutr9i
. jyls tf
132 vy rat Hecond ttmk.'
OAl'EST MAOllINit-MADE PABEU
Jv 11 ABB, for trrocors, JlrngWsts, Tea Dealer Ant
others, maile from extra iinalitv of Wrapping, Ma
mi.m No.
- 3UO,I)OONO,
euu.onoNo.
2(1(1,0(10 No;
'' aoo,oott No.
WX),KIU No.
t 4t :wf
'. :u.',i !.''!
: , ..! -It. ill!
'HI i
i I. J 1 ,
m It ... 1,-t I
WIO.OIKt No. 10
''BOCOlONdila
aio.oiKi No. is
Ik- I.
ii. '' lO,0(ONe.l8 "'
;"t,OUI No.20 '
800.000 No. 2S " .'.'
..111
i ,11 .
. l , tmm No. 1 White Tea Bags; ' " ' ' ' '
' ' J00,()()0No."8' "'"' ' "'' """ ' '
; The above art. put up in packages of 900 bags' each.
We are manufacturing from sixty to seveuty-llvs
IIIVIU.UU AJMfJ I Kr Ul , .
A1
Featherkini WlntetMimnen;::,
Of every description, whioh I am eslling at- A sro it
advance on New Terk prices, Wholesale and roUI'J' ''
... J. 1 w'l i... ,i-,r)
W .' l' " I '-I l' IS'V,JI ,:
.'no'"1 HJ IM Fifth -street, bet'RacV and'Xlul
"".'.i' - - -I.,
a A.N'iT,r,;,a, a,n;i;x
, n r , i,i-ijj'H , I - ; ' it t yi '.ii--i ftl
1 , (aaceseeertpMiauAQoO !.,..;,.,.
MtitafAflturf r atul Wnolaaale oeMn
-IN- ,
lltl.lt
I i.l i.!ld ,i!i i.- mm !n. , 11 , u,. . vrll ..... -Vt
40 HAIM STltlSET, CINCINNATI
,mrl7
HOLIDAY! G00C8.-W. hav,
JuiI.'i'm
mm.
ceivoda larae auimlvof new li'milii. mieh ne
pigs, r runes, natural readies, nneappie, niaea
berrles and Strawberries, assorted Jellies Hud Jasni,
Preserved Fruits, in endlesa varletv; rielleute iui
lng the lamest and moat complete assortment of
" good tbiiiKS " ever offered in the city before. For
tale, wholesale aad retail, by.' .1
. ...i . .. . A. ateDONALD A till . . .
run, ouerry, oiauoiia and unampanne wines, lorn
Mand Branch Store M West Fourth it.
WM. , H. , BXINrTTOENEf
AND. GOTJNSBLLOB AT LAW uiri M...I..
tJommissTonsr of the Superior and Common viu
, "W U- 1 VU
. . n t.ili k. . . 7 ; . .
treat Mraey of Mala
' ' llMMli l 1 .'C'l.iK'l ' .'W'MM'C l'iliifl J r
mHB OUTCAIiT' ELA8TIME.
Mthebebtani cbeapeflt MeW Boofiow nswUitfl
meritfl tested Dt Aa experience Of rears ih this clti
ant TiclnitT. A nulled to flat nr if Aim. nM rrtW
"f"" UBaWUan,,,
',so iwru-its, i
ptuid
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
LINE.
AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
The Shorteat Uoute between tUInoinnatl
and CIiIohco.
Three FsssengerTralnsleaTeOluclniiatldally, from
thefootof Mill and Front streets.
UiSO A. Al. Chicago Mali arrives at Indianapolis ,
at 12:10 P. U.i Chicago at ltr.30 1'. M. This train
oounects with all uight tntlus out of Chicago tor
the West and North-west; connects at liuliatiapo.
Us with trains for Terre Uanto; alio with Tern
trains fur foru, Logauaport, Fort Wayne atul Tor.
ledo.
l'Ji43 P. Terre Haute aud Laytayette Ao
coniraouatiun arrives at Indlanupolisat (i:IS P.M.,
making direct connections at Indianapolis with La.
layette trains for Dncatnr, Springfield, KaplM, (Jnln.
Oy, Hannibal and St. Joseph.
7 P, M. Chicago Kiprias arrives at Indlanapolii
at U: 16 A. 111., making olese connections at Chicago
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
. Sleeping can aie attached to all tee niaht trains
on this line, and run through to ChicagrTwithout
ohange of cars.
This tj exclusively a Western and North-western
ronto, and wrth faverable and reliable arrangementa
with all connecting roads throughout tho entire
Weat, guarantees unusual care and the amplest ac
oommodatioas to the patrons ot this 'Ine.
The Company'! exclusive Telegraph Line ts used
when necessary, to govern the movement of traius.
and Lpughridges celebrated Patent Brakes, are at.
tached to all passenger trains, by which they canhe
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern lui
prove nieuts necessary for the comfort aud safety of .
passengers, the mauagem of this road have liberally
provided.
Smoking-cars on thisllue. ; c
er Bo sure you are in the right ticket office before
you purchase your tick sta, and ask for tickets via
Lawreuceburg and Indianapolis. . .,
Fare tho uime as br any otherroute. ,' Baggaga
oheoked through. --
TUltOUGH f IOKETj. geoj until used.oan be ob.
talnod atthetluketoffi,.s, at Spencer Bouse Corner
north.weat corner Broud vay and Front; No. I Bur
net Honso Corner; at las Walont-street Hotwe.and
at Depot oILjti, foot or Mill, ou Front street, where
allueceuiary'iutbruiatiiir, may tehad, '
Omniliusot run to ai.d from each train, and will
call for passengers at all uotkl. and all part ot tha
oity.bi lMviagaddreseiteiltiroinoe. ' .
' i . '. i ,W. H. L. NOBLE, :
,.
- - : "V, O""1 'ficket Agent.
NOVEMBER
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX. DA.1LY TRAINS LEAVE THB
Sixth-street Depots - ,
Trains rnn through to1 Cleveland Sandusky,' To
lodo and Indianapolis without change of cars.' :
. Thronith Tluketa fnr All Knulon. .
enandNoith-westerneities. ' ' .
t.P.A "V,K?Pltl!:,!?8 TKAIW For Hamilton, "
Biohmond, Indianapolis, Lalayetto, Chicago, and all ' 1
Western Cities. Connects at Biohmond with O. and
p. Boad for Logansport; also conneeM at IlamlHoa
for Oxford. Ao. . . ... ; T v
7i-iU A. M. TllAIN-For Dayton, Bprlngrletd, I
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes .
close eonneclions with all trains leaving Chicago tha
same evening. Also connects at Uruana roa Co.-"
lumbvs; at Bel lelbntaine with B. and I, B B..East
and West; at Forest with Pittelurg, Fort Wayne and '
Chicago Railroad East and West: at Clyde , with V
Clovolund anil Toledo Hnlli-mul im n, r. Iii.ij .
and Detroit; at Dayton for Orsenville, Union,; Win..- '
chaster and Muncle. ,, , . ,. T , .
10 A. 1I. KXPllKSSTKAIN-rrForUleveland . ..
via Delaware tor DuukirkL' Ilullulo, Boston, New
xork. and all KantArii Htin Ai.i,.nnnwi. a.s.
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Ballimoro, and all
Hl4ll l. ill.'Tlf JlIV-Vnr TTn'mlltnn Hlol,m.l
Iudlanapolls, Terre Haute and Saint Louis: con!.
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ao. .
S:30P. TRAIN-For Dayton, Bpringfiell.
Bellefontalne. Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
nllpointsin Canada, CoiiDectsatllellefonbiinewltll '
B. and I. U. It., Bust ana West. . "
, 11:30 P.M. KX Pit KTHAIN-For Clove. '
land via Delaware for Dunkirk. Buffalo. Boston. : '
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at ' '
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and nil Knutern HIIan. - " u M
MThenisht KxdHmis Train lnavlna' r'lnlnoii 1 1
ll:Sil P. M., leaTesdsily ticiPr BATtJWY8. Allotliec
trains leave dally ixor.PT ScabATs; "
For further Information, and rfolrata. im1 at ne .. ,
Tiokot offlcos-noi th-eaat corner Front and Broad,
way; No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson Hooso: at
the new Ticket Office, on the west side of Vino-Btreot.
betweenlPos to trice and Bamet House: at the Walnut,
ttreet Honse,or at the Sixth-street Depot. '
. v. iuct-a naici. itL.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
- Thiee Trains , Daily. ' ;.'
Two Through Enpiess Trglns,;'
,
FIRST TRAIN-DAT. jBXPBESf AI.10 ,
A. M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland:
via uoiumntis, Dienrjenviua and rittubure:
Otilnuibna, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus and Bellair (Wheoiinf). Also, tor Springfield.
This truln steps between Cinclunati and Columbus,
at all the principal atations:
MKCOND l'KAIN Columbus1 Aecommnilallnn
vuiumiua, DWHimiTill. anu - rillBDurg; via
at4i40 P. 11. This train stops at ail stations be.
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Clncinunti and
Springlleld.
Til
TJ11K.U TKl-ltlt KXD
11D TRAIN Night Exp reus at 1Ii30 P.
II., counecls via Columbus and Bellair (Wheeliiii
rbeeling):
via Coluni
bus Steubenvllie and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Cleveland. , ., ,., ,
Thla Train stops at Loveland, 'Morrow, Xenla
and London. SLNBI'INOCAKS ON THIS TBAIN.
vai. uviuuiuw, vmLiia.Miu riiUJOIira;, via V.0IU
vsrxbeDar Kxpress runs through to Cleveland,
Wheellnaand Pittaburs. via htoulu.ru 11 1. lt ,oni
vnnge oi oars, . . ' v . w
Phi-rniffh'
ton, New York, Phlladelpllla,' Baltimore, Washlu,
an
BVoadwn and Frank '
ine eiuai HArnaoo rrun leaving Clnolnnatl' i
at 1 li3 P. TS., rung dally.. xcept,8TDBDAYS.
The otherTraliis'njndaily, except SUNDAYS, . t . "
.i VoralllnfiirWiHtlrm'STiil Thrmisl, T(ntol m Ur a. "'
streets, and at the Baetern Depot. '-' '-
Trains rnn bylolunibns time, which ut tttenmlrt.""1
ntes faster
Oinojanatt -
Omnibnsee call.for passengers by leaving rilrectiotig
at the Ticket CUi'ces.
noltf v r
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
BuudavieicJntlrT'.t k'- A M T.JHS
THKOnnH WITBimi. miaanin ni.in ,.0 v.
una 1 rain roruvansvlllo at 7:30 P, M."1'- ' ' ' 1
TheTrains connect at St. Lonjs for all' points la
Kansas and Nebraaka, Hann bal, Quincy aiul Keo.
ktrk, at Ht. Loui. and Cairo for Mimphliyioksb
Natchez and New Orleana. 1 """u,as
' One Through Train on Sunday at 7:M P. M. "
- BaTDUNiNo Fast Line Leaves East -St. ,1
To all nolnta
office, Walnut-atree House.
e ai d South, please apply at tha
.Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet Home, corner ofnr
Detween Sixth and
0CTt.D
streets.j; W,Hi OLHlJIlONTTaea'l auwrlnfondeut ' , fi
Umulbusee call for paeeeager. " , r jj J
'roaii Domia w
r.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROADS.
TallUV HAT
Vt UWAOa
.1.1 ,-laja1itm..
nr TiTrto
..fell " LOOANSPOBT. '
atreef -
00 f A8TKPBKBS.-Tlirou,U ibflkiuel,S3
oonneetlona forallother Wesuniul.Norn.westo?5J
KlnU.. This Train also conneoti TsA HichmoJd wIS
KiiirSS iWt' D,rU N"11" 0B Wabash Vallsr
auu, uaitnuiirg. aeiiosiw, Lawosec, Ja kaontll s.
invllle.Bnrllngtor., l.Uwaukne,i.Ii.tt.sa, rlMos!
lena, Otlluoy, Pralrio dn Clileti, Pani, Piv'fci! .,
Gaiem
DnnleHh
Halle,
west.
,St. Paul, and all ywiii end pities in )e K,)r!tu . ; ; j
i. ""vougo iwaww iTveB ana uavgnge c
1 For further Inforaetion and Tbrttuf U
11, ii.:,;.1 '.Li .
viy w ricaet uniovw,
Broadway: No.-IM-
north-east cornet o Fmiit and'! .
Walnnt street, near rntirtH; al ;
f Fonrth aud Vlns strait. t.r It '
aonth-eaat corner of 1
tha Blxthnatraet Daact
1
. .i.i'i D?PSbi4:.M.anda:ai P. M. '
B A. m.. lLILAn Ai'UI.IH. Kl'. illliu.
!iv lS!S,l0.", i dfonapolls,Lafhyai tean.1 ('lit. '
?l,0,7'5(h,ri'.ttill8f.,.rT,Jrre Dante, Hprlnglel Hoc. '
xi, at. nu unit w
'Mi ttttn:t
.0S!ISta
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