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THE TWO CHANTS.
: Ws know not whose poem tali tk'Vul'i la ver
good, and remind ua aomswbat of Bojiset Bbowk
"Te Dana Lkadamus!" through I resn.'river mud
OWI .
Where noon, paoing slow, holds In leash the fleet
nuauowa, -1 "
Blw Ilk a clood from 61. Agatha's altar, '
Drifts down the aiuth wind the loud shautod psalter:
Under tbe light of tba lapar lies sleeping
One wboaa fair soul m not whitened by weeping.
Sorrow stood far from her Ibve, In mn( revercnw,
Knelt tu rheshrioeof aeretarry Intelligence
Charmed by kar aaasio of being, doll eavB '
Lay coiled Id bar preasevea; and llou-like evil
Lying io wall lur bar aoul frail and tender,
Crouihad at iba bier of its virilaal aplandor.
Oror bar calm faca a radlanoa Immnrtal
Flowa from the smile at bar mouth's silent portal
Tliey wbo kneel round ber from matlna till even,
As lhay knaol at tba tombs of tba bleeaad In heaven,
Tblnk nvt to question ibat presence resplendent
Where dad tba aoul tbat is ublning ascendant.
. . ', V
Down from tba grey clouda the March winds are
swooping, ' i' " '
Out of tba low noil pala phantom are trooping;
Lift OD tbe wmn of St. Agatha's eholr
Tbe great "Da Profundhrrolrs solemnly higher
. Coder tbe light of tbe tspera Is tying
Oa whom keen anguish made ready for dying.
Sorrow, tbat write with the pan of an antral
Cud's burning thoughts througnber myatie evangel;
Paaeion. that, Itdan with uietuorie tender,
Crowua hlmealf king with their trepiial aplandor;
Weeping repentance with handa lifted palely '
These wan the spirits that walked with her daily,
Death, creeping near while ah knelt In devotion,
Ir'ruie on her featnrea their mournful emotion.
They, wbo reluctant draw nearer to falter
"Avu," or vow at tbe steps of the al'ar.
Marking It tl.ence, ask, In fear, II the aorrow
L lug slain on kar Hue will not quicken to-morrow?
Dbxteritt op Parisian; Roofm The
Paris correspondent of the Philadelphia
Evening Bulletin says: . ' . ( v!,'!
One day, walking near the Barriere du
Trone, a quarter where clothing shops
abound, M. took a particular fanoy to a
gray paletot hanging outside one of theso
establishments. II a immediately sent S.
(tbe Jacques Strop of the firm) to bargain
with and blind the Jew. 1 Meanwhile he
took the ticket off the garment, ; .threw it
on his shoulders and decamped... Pre
sently, finding it came down to hiB- heols,
ho became disgusted, returned, and' sold
it to its owner foT about half the price at
which it was originally marked .Another
time, in the Hue Memlmontant, they saw
the keeper of a wine-shop standing a few
paces from his door talking ', with three
riergena de Ville. 8. joined them to ask
the direction of some myth,' while M.
quietly entered tbe unguarded bar,
robbed the fat till and, returning to the
threshold, hailed his friejod as if. he had
seen him for the first time1 in "a month,
"Viens done mon"trtotfeTHie ohopin"
and then discovering; to b,is' great surprise,
that the other party wils 'the" marohand
de vin, he insisted upon his joining them,
nndeven had the audacity to 'ask the
Peelers (French Peelers never dare drink
while in uniform ) ,,,, '.',;, i"
Once they went to the Barriere de la
.Sonte, to rob a house, the proprietors of
which they knew to be absent, ' M. got in
through a window opening in the garden,
f. stationed himself on the othee'i side of
the street, near tho stand of a' woman
selling fried potatoes, to keep watch and
give the alara if .necessary;,,, Presently
the potato merchant, leaving her Wares to
make some purohase at a neighboring
ohop, g, commenced , the will nf . the
"pommes friUio" atatroat roduotion. lie
cleared them all out in a fe w minutes, and
pocketing the proceeds,, calmly crossed
(he street and joined hia comrade. , . .
Wokkino ox a Small Capital, A. lazy
. fop, Btanding by his brother's work-benoh,
while tbe latter was sharpening a chisel,
said, "John, why do yon work for a living?
A fellow with your alentt, should not
degrade himself by manual labor.' I mean
, to get my living by my wits." '.X '.' V
''Well, Frank, you can work with duller
tools than I can." ' Yj-.j..-
HARRISON COLLINS'
CENIRAL feEB-HIVK QALl.KttV, eor
uerof fifth and Western-row.' -'Photograph.
.UaiHiootypes and Ambrotypea tnkerl1 cheaper thaii
viaewhere in the oity. oil Onion-d Phutocraplit
uwla of all alcaa, from life lo the amallist miniature.
Pictures neatly set in Lockuts, Breat-pina, Winter
rlnmand BracoMe. All work warrantnd. '
i!U6-y A. H Bl.ofiM. artlat
A FINE CHANCE, AS WE ARE CLOS
ING out tba stock at greatly reduced pricoa.
Stereoscopic Groups,
. . I. Only ThlrtyOve Cent.
STEREOSCOPES,
Very Fine, Noiv Stle) Boies.
Engravings, Paintings, &c,
Neatly Framed.
llirds, Shelly &c,
, - Slot(i Expressly for the ;
HOLIDAYS !
i 4 ''
. ,.- 1 - t.
BONTE &ICO.,
d22o 184 H'alnut-streel.
Call at
. i .i -i -I i r mm.' f.ijt f'i ''
9 BAST FOURTH-STREET,
.1.1 i . e.J.i I'nl St:'. I I, A . .
.Jil HLiq j.I
Looking Classes!
PICTURE FRAMES,
''111! ' A .' i i.i'. i" ,1T -;.!-,,.'
: Tliay arafor saleat .. .:;., ..n i .i,.
Very Low P'rices'. ,
J. C. COWPLAJVD,
- " J''' " IdartAwT," ''
Holiday Hooks!
TOY'BOpks,
JUVENILE BOOKS,
ALBUMS, PORTFOLIOS, CUESS MEN,
And otbar Gift for lha Seaaon, at
C. A. PARTRIDGE'S,
TSa. 107 M iln-aliaa', above Third.
Piri
f AKES AND -REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
iTjLiMMBB superior aalinar. SatlsAirldry
eferencei sivaii. Addrasa Mo. 1,'Braaiaors-strmt,
Corner of rroDt. i mila.f.... dajltt
AUCTION SALES
AUCTION1 SALE By KELL0Q9 it
mLLtABIS-Sala-rooma Xiaud34 Kaat Third-street-On
TBIS MORNING, Dacember II, at V
o'clock, a cenaral rarlaty of Dry and fancy Goods,
(Jlothlnfr, Watt boa, Jawelry, Boota, Shoaa, to.
ALSU SHOaoluniM ol Library Books; oua Electri
fying HaobUi4 oua GaWanio'Uattory; J4 pain Blank
ata, and otbar tlooda, o. , , .
At lnX o'clock-New ad second haod Furniture,
Carpets, 4o. .. ., t
. daM A KILLOOO, Auctlonaar.
AUCTIOM SALE. BY JACOB GRAFF
A CO.-Furulture at Aoctlon.-On SATL'B
PAT MOBMINO, Uoinbar24,at9ii0'cluok, at our
store, No. IS Ktat fourth-atraet, will be sold aqanu
titv of new aud atMicnti-baiid furniture, anions which
will be founili'iue eioaileut artlolea. -
oeaa j alvo una at, anrtioneer.
AUCTION SALEV-BfS. 9. HUB
BARD, at Trada Sale-rnom No. 21 West Firth
atreat, up aialra.-Klegunt Booka for Holiday Pre
aeota at Auction. On BAtURlMY IVENIt.0, De
cember u, at seven o'clock, will be sold by Catalogoo
utnwh rnlltlnn At Mlnthlfl fttMlka. embracillff n
Tarioty of Standard Worka In Literature and Sclaoce.
Annuals. Albuma, 4c, many of which are p luted
on fine paper, beautifully Illustrated, and bound In
vaniMMatylee nf auper extra binding, soluble for
noiiiiay uttt nooaa. ..... ... .
N, B.-Oaialogoea will be published and tha Book'
will be open for examination on Saturday looming.
Uffafittf . O, Wi Cl U DUAiai AuvtivUIKI
'"Tin better to laugh than be tlgfcing."
Presents for the Holidays!
Auction male Stupendous!
At .
103 Fourtu-st, ojipoelte the Postoffice.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE
EXTRAORDINARY!
S40.000 "Worth
OF FINE AND RARE UOLD
' From the late firm or
BALL, TIFFANY & DAVENPORT
Importer and ftlnuufncturara of Far
elca and Amerlcnn Jewelry, ,106
and 308 Broadway, N. Y.
PBKSKNT8 FOR THE HOLIDATS,
PKKUENTS VOK TBE HOLIDAYS,
PRESENTS FOR THE HOLIBATH,
PRESENTS IFOR THE HOLIDAYS,
PitESKNTSVOK THE HOLIDAYS,
TUB
MOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
MOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
MOST BEAUT! Ff'L ASSORTMENT.
MOSf BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
MOST BblAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
OF
WATCHES, DIAMONDS AND BBA0ELET8,
WATOHKS, DIAMONDS AND BRAOKLBTB,
WATCHES DIAMONDS AND BRAOELETH,
WATOdES, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS,
WATCHES, DIAMONDS AND BRAOELbiTH,
PEARLS, OPALS AND RrBIB,
1 PEARLS, OPAi.8 AWDR0B1K8,
' PEARLS, OPALS AND RTB FS.
PEARLS, OPALS AND ltUBIF.S,
i'EARLd, OPALS AND RCBIiy,
CORALS, MOSAKI AND Ti)R0,LT0I8,
COUklti; MOSAIC AND TOHUII018, -CORALS
MOSAIC AND TOrSUO-S,
OOUALS MOSAIC AND TOUauolg,: . .
CORALS MOSAIU AND T0RQU018, .
0ARBUNCLK8, AMITHI8TS A TRUSTILE
CARBUNOLES, AMITHIST8 A TRUSTILK
CARBUNCLES AMI I'HISI 8 TRUSTILE
. UAKBUMULKS, ASiiTtiiaro inuonir.
i CARBUNCLES, AMITH ISTd A TRUSTILE
SKT8 FOB THE MILLION,
SKIS FuB THE MILLION,
SETS FOB THE MILLION,
SETS FOR THE MILLION,
BETS FOB THE MILLION,
, V, . AND BRACTELS TO MATCH,
. ' , AND BRA TKLS TO MATOII,
AND BKACTELS TO MATOH.
- AND BBaOTELS TO MATOII,
AND BRACTELS TO MATCH,
JEWELRY OF EVe-RY DESCRIPTION, . u'
1F)KEI-X E EVERY DESCRIPTION,
JEWELRY OF a. v e.n.1 unjonirTtoit,
JEWELRY Or JtYBtii imsi'itirnon, .
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
OF -
MAGNIFICENT ft RECHERCHE PATTERNS,
' MAGNIFICENT RECHERCHE PATTERNS,
MAGNIFICENT RECHERCHE PATTERNS,
MAGNIFICENT RECHERCHE PATTERNS,
MAGNIFICENT RKCHERCHB PATTERN.",
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION, . ,; ; ,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
GO JDS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
THE
:- ' , LADIES ABB INVITED TO OALL,
LADIES ABB INVITED TO CALL,
LADIES AR"1 IN VITKD TO OALL,
,. , LADIES AK INVITED TO OALL,
. ' LADIES AliK INVITED TO OALL,
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
ALL GOODS WARKAN I ED
ALL (100D8 WARRANTED
ALL G00l8 -WARRANTED
ALL GOOD" WARRANTED
AS REPRESENTED AT TIME OF SALE,
' A REPRESENTED AT TIME OF SALf ,
AS REPRESENTED AT TIME OF S.LF,
AS BEI'RB-K -TED AT TIM K OF MALE.
AS REPRESENTED AT TIME OF SALE
SiLES POSITIVE.
SALES POSITIVE. ' i- i
BALKS POSITIVE.
BALES POSITIVE. i
BALKS POSITIVE.
H. M. DAVENPORT,
1 AssIgueHt
de!9g
DOORS FOR THE IIOLID.iVN
GIFT BOOK
ESTABLISHMENT
LOCATED PERMANENTLY.
No. 28 WEST POUR1U-8TRF.ET,
' , . Next to Smith A tilxon'l Hall.
OWING TO THE UNPARALLELED SUC
CESS wa ha' mat with for tba last month, wi'
have leaaad tbe apo iuua and elegant stole. No. Z
Weat Fonrth atreat. aad bare made (treat addition"
toourtod( of Bokaand .leaelry, and are now pre-
f Hired to offer greater Inducements than ever. Wi
litre a aplenriid aaaortment of Aniiu.l Albums nnl
Gift Booka f r Holiday pmeota, in ricll ami aupurl
bindings, eleffantiy llluatraleil. All Hooka sold al
tbe low wit retail price.
A SPLENDID GIFT,
Worth from fiftr cent! ta $100, will be given Willi
every Bouk aold, '
... Presents to be Given Awaji
Patent lever Onld Watohea, wortl; lion each,
i.adlea' Solid Ould Chains, worth ...... ' 18 eai-b,
alivar watenca. wqrm iruiv...........rf. i
Gold Sock Chains, worth .........,....,., 12 each.
uoia irtu.'i'iuiat m ni........ , jjv'v 1. '
Sots ol 3ewt-lry, north from t III to 21 each.
seta raunu oiivt-t AtiiMywiiai ,,.. ... .w vw-.
Silk Dreaaea, worth M each.
not enumerated above, worth froia i lifty cants to 10.
Publbiher and 01ft Bookaall"1-.-, ;Mit Fourth.
tdclul'
MUSICAL.
13lAX03' At A SACBtFIOE.-rrcm thio
JL tintH the let of Jamtar, ', li-wn
lwill nell Pliiiioa I'uraaah onlj.ul
Cricks linn s x
nr Even those wbudo not want
one aa preaen wn, ... :
the time to buy. I will rent, and let tho tent tar
lor the Mano. V, M. Million,
""'"V u"-. ..-! t. No.72WetFourtli.liat.
The larneat stock of Melodeons In Iba oily, deil
NOW, IF ' EVER As my neighbor! are
nir.trlnfi irroAt lhdnrements fur
cash, and aa I am not willing that fLL
my riienda ana cmtoniera anonia r-t At II
fall to Lo aitltPd aa to ptlce, I would II I 1J
aaythatl win not De uimeraoid oy - - .
any house In ClncliinuH. I -vlll stilt rent, and let
the rent pay for the Piano, at M West fourth -street.
J. OHDBCH, Jr.
Depot lor Malqdeona and Harmonlami. del
fAfAB 0 N I C QUICK-STEP, AS PER-
X1M. rOBHEU ny aiHitcr s Band, Willi au
eleaaot Uthocrapn of the new Ulus'inir
Hiilldlim. I'rl'f M cotita, Juat eul.ll.licd
by .... J. CHUUCH. Jr.,
u. uuuuiir.,
M West rourth-aireat,
' de . T
M
USICAL IR8TKUMENTS-CIIEAPER
tha n nr. . Great aaoriBce of
Plmina. Helodeona . Vlolourollna ,
Violins, Ooltara, Banjo Slilnga, Trim-I
MiMcra. Aa.. durlna tbe Holidays,
Hallinv at IMaercsnt li-aa than anf
mlier umwe in thiacity, and Srat-claM loatrnmnnta
at that. Do not bur an Instrument until yon linvn
called at No. 227 fifth aliwl. aeumd dner "an of
Plum, south side. HltlTTINU ft BBO.,
Piano Makers, and Uaalara in i'lrai-claaa Inalm.
i Benta, , ... . .,.-. totllt
BUSINESS CARDS
Day's Medal Jobber.'
W. T. & S. D. DAY & 00., .
'. Maoufaciurere and Dealers In ,'
PRINTING PRESSES,
(DOTB II AND AND POWER,) '
And nil bind ol Prlmln MMtertal, Not.
1T3, 173 and 177 Wet "eeond-street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL' ATTENTION 18 CALLED
onr MEOaL JOBBER. Within tha last
eighteen months we have Intnxluced them Into four-to-n
different Stataa of tbe Union, wli b the ffroateet
aatlafactton to tbe parties purcbaalng. Tbe power in
aeplitd to the center of tha platen : consequently
there la no p talhillty of ita eprluging fiom any
amonntot preesure. ina motion is an iimbibuwi
to it aa to eauaa a dwell on the point of contact with
the form, luanrina A PERFECT IMPRESSION at
"pnS"" "watt of the BEST JOBBER ahohld
not purchase elsewhere without gtYing this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WARRANTED to give the most entire eatia
faotlon.. : ".
II.4LIA I'ATEJIT.
pLrifairriTini ii
THE MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
BUROLAR PROOF SAFES. They haveglren
more ntifaotion than any other now in nee.
We oiler a reward of ONK TUOIWANU DOL.
IjAHM to any person that can, up to the present
timo.nliowa single Instance wherein they havo failed
to prwarre their contents.
With this SAFE we challenge all competition, aa
being the best Firo Proof, Burglar Proof, or Site
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
hist with any establishment in tha Union, and the
party failing first, to. forfeit to the other, the auto
We'are prepared to furnlab a better Safe, and at less
ooat, than any other manufacturer in tlie United
8tate. . . ,
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
We respectfully invite the publlo to call and exam
ine oar stock before purcbaalng elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL A CO.,
angU-yt Noa. 1l and 17 Bant Colombia street.
',' Wi B. D0OD8,
foriuerl ol B ali4odda AOo.;late Drban.Dodd A 00,
H . n. Wodds & Co.,
' kABCrAOTdBWa' it TUl
O O N 0 1 3EL 33 1? 33
Flr Jaid ; WitrIar Prool
S 'iA. 3?1 33 J3!
8. W. Coiner of Vine dt wecond Street.
This i tha moat reliable IrIRK ANIJ rillHni.A
PROOF SAFE that is made in the United States, and
Is warranted porfectlr freo from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and la of better workmanship than
oau oe xonno eiBownero. . iV.
no unvQ ,niav onBuiKiuout uu iianu, una auw WO'
termined to Mil at nrioea that cannot fail to ploaee.
.Old Sale
Takea In exchange. BXCOKII-HAND 8AFI3
ware oa band at extrttmtly low prioea. i - 97K
OATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
aa- BAOS, ror orocera , urnggiau. 1
ea Dealers and
V'ramduff. Hi
otlion, madu from extra iinauty of V
ninaana nnito'i aaraper. - .. , .
, , ,KJ,CJ No. L VVraiipwg and Manilla;
' ' 2uc1,0i0 No. 2 " i
2HUK1I No. 3 .. "
Ki,IK10No. 4 - '
2W),(IU0 No, , ..I" , ,.
. . iiai.imo Mo, 8 "
aw,nw No. io "
m,mi No. 12 "
2iio,(Ki No. 14 "
W),m No. IS
V),i) No. 20
200,O!in No. 2.1
i,(iONo. I WblteTea Bags;
Kl,(IOONo, 2 '
20U,0IO No. S ;" '
The abOTO fire put up in iiackagna of OW) bags ea li.
We are manufacturing Iroiu, aixiy lo seventy-live
tboiunad Bg per du
NIXON OH ATF1PLK,
Papor Bag Manufiioturera,
And wholesnle Paper Pealeri, '
oc22 " ' 77 and 7 Walunt-atroet.
THE PALMER
PUMP COMPANY,
CObER OF MIAMI CAN Au AND
TB 1RIJ-ST EET, Oincluuuli, 'hit,, are maun
fncturlDg largoy, rlmcr'a celt-brated Hydraulic,
Foice and tilt Punip. Alio, bis Poitnble Stoatii
E'igines All th'a who are about to pnrobaac
Fl) U Pi tji Timm-ri", Krnwnrlca, IMaul
lerleai Dry Dock, Pnpi-r llll. Itnllrond
tmlona. itilnea, Wrci'UinsT Piirioan. or, in
fact, for anypurpoae where a pnmpia needed, will
Bnd It to their udvtuitage to call und see the work
log of theae valuable lurentloua, or addreka tbe
PALMEn PUMP COMPANY for a circular, whtoli
will furnish the names of many wbo bare uavd theae
Pnmpa with perfect aailfaf ilon. dc2ldm
. rtlLSON, UAKLICK A CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
MEIUIJllJKTS,- .. !
DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
Boga, Pork, Lard, Whisky, Floor, Grain, Ac.
Office north-west corner Sixth and Main atreot,
Cincinnati, opposite the Walt Homo.
The nndnrslgnvd having formed a cOpartnarahlr
In the Qencral I'roduco and Commlsalou Buaiueaa,
under tbe alyle of Wllaon, Garlick & Co., reapeot
fully tender tbelrservlceantnUollcltthnpatronage ol
their frienda and tliu public. Particular attention
Eaid to buying and selling llngn, Whisky, Flour,
rain, 4c. Their charg4 will ho aa moderata aa
any other good honae in the a y. Refer to the mrr
oliannol Olnclnnatl generariy.' ,
: . , ... . A. WILSON, Js. ,
II. T, UAKLICKj .
nobm L. T. BARB. '
(lUMlSTMAS GOOD!-JO UN BATES
J baa on hand a choice variety of luxuries for tbe
approaching feativo aeaaon. Something for all I ia
dies and gentleman, large folks aud little lolka: audi
a new Balaiua, Fls, Currants, Primes, Nuta, (Jltmo,
frenb Pcacboa, Strawberries and Pino-applea, Jellies
and Prcaerrei, Lobaiera, Salmon and Harditiee,
Oyslers, f resit, Cora, Spiced and Pickld, Isinglass
andOulatlne, Fine ilrandiea, Uaderia, l'oi t, bborry,
Catawba and tiliampagn Winea, Jaiuulca Rum,
Scotch anil Irish Whisky, Ac. Gentlemen will nlauao
not forget tbat tlecholc4St flavauaCigura are " be
had nlfijiloii.il Theater 'Building, Sycatliorc-at.oet i
Idol'Jj
SADDLE; TJiUWK AND UAUMaS
MANUFACTORY,'
10J Mala.atreot, three doora above) Third,
KEEP ON AND AND MAKE TO OR
DER all k nd of Hnrre Trappings, in tbe beat
and moat substantial mannor. Also, a large aaaort-
Sentoi uurae iiiaBaeia, wnipa, carpet anu ueatner
aga. Bridle Bile. Ilnffalo llobes, Vallaea (the real
Bags. Bridle Bita. Ilnffalo Hobos, Vallaea (the
ole-leathnr). Mall Trunks, Sponge, and a large
eortment belonging to this line. I will lellaa
as
low i tha lowest.
0. S. CABEICK.
noM-ay
lP4t CARTOONS OF CUILCHEN'S
M-iJ Moroceo-heoled Boots; , ' ., , , , "
lMcartoone of Children's Fanoy-beeled BooU; '
.OOOpalrsef Women's Pegged Ooat Boots, enstom
made, atTScentta pair. ' ,' , 0
. In store and. for tale by " '' '' ' ''., .
; u - . . 4 , : JOHS OAHILU
de2lam ', aa Pearl-straet. I
WM. F. HEW80N, of tbe lata firm ol
Haweon Holmea.wlllcontlnite thefVimnila.
alon, Stock and Bill Bmkenike bnalneaa, at their old
atllea. No. 28. Baaaraant Maannlo Hulldlnir. Thlnl.
at reel . Be lollclte eontlnnnnceof the bnalneaa here.
vuioie,aouoTauiy waaauwvuwu auvoiu urm. neaani
fa m ?mw
J
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O.S.MALTBY
DKALia IH
4l - a'naiiara, v
W c-i m -an -a-
kJ x o a -iiiirvo.
. ' luiirn I :(1
vrwau , , m: -w
OYSTER 8.
Spiced Oysteri. 1
VU K h RD 0 VT -
riHE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
. ISO DAILT, by the Adama Vxpreas, MALT.
BT'B world-renowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysteri.
A140
Freeh, Hermetically .eealed 00? , SPIOKD a
PICKLED OV8TKBS.
EOSERT ORE, Ajent -
pr-lf I' IVipot. II Weal rifth-atraat
FRKSH "
OYSTERS.
O A V AQN A'S "V
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WKST rIKTUSTKEKT.
mnK SIIRSCRIBKR IS NOW KEOKIV.
JL INQ daily, per Expreea, hia splendid Oyatera
Ravlna r.nmttlArAif ArrKiiirAineiita In Baltimore, ot.
tbe moat extensive acale, I will at all tlnina ditrloa
tbeaoaaon be prepared to furnish my friend, "aud
tbereatot mankind," with the moat DELICIOUS
HI VAI.VkSlninortHd to the Uneen Oltv. None but
the very beat Imported. Great inducement! offered
at this Iniportiug-honne.
uraer aiouciieu anu pmnipiir uiwu. inrmiwiii
PKTKtt VAVAtiNAi
erlHv' '' Bole Injaprmrand Proprietor.
fa OYSTERS, (gkUi
TODD'S OLD STAND,
TtaJO.io SIXTH-STREET. I AM RECEIV
11 IrfO dally, SETH'S Celebrated MAMMOTH
OYSTKItS which 1 am aelllug at unprecedented
low pricoa by cnao or doien. Uealera and Eamiller
wanting a very large, fresh Oyster, will Ploaee send
their orders. Attached to this establishment ie a
nioe, quiet, respectable Saloon, where you can have
Oysters Cooked In every style, and served op in a
clea lanjanporlormanner. Charges less Iban at any
other place. . loclOj JOHN NAIRN,
Ttrns - SMITH'S ,
,J .UVU.
BAIaTIMOKIU
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
Depot, 93 Syoainere-aticet, opposite the
Nntlonat Theater. ,
E. C. BOOKING, Agent.
ALSO Dressed Fish and Game; fresh and sweet
Butter, Ac, delivered at all honra, free of charge.
Ideltf
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received daily by tbe Adams Ex
press Company, in wholo and half cans.
All Oyatera aold warranted fresh and of
the very beat quality. J. B. OW1NOS,
1 'T I,-. t J . 1... X, ,, ( .,
and Walnnt-itreetii.
N. B.-The trade supplied on the moat liberal
terma. oc26cm
MISCELLANEOUS.
$30. $30. $30. $30.
MOORE'S
Thirty-Dollaf Double Lock-Stiloh :
FIMILlSEWKliMKIIIiiES
1 SEOUBEP Bf RECSNT LETTERS PATKNT.
TUI6 MACHINE HAS, BEEN PRO
NOUNCEO by all competent jiiricea, wbt
have seen It, to be toe beat and most dealrable Fam
By Sewing Machine ever introduced, rearnrdleaa
of price. It will eow all kinda of family goode
from tbe very thickest to theveryfliieat fabrics made
and naea all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
. No oil la emed no top of the Machine.
Send for a circular, or i till and sue it In operation.
Upon early application, State and Oonnty Rights tna
be secured. . . .
An eaergetlo person can make a fortune In a sbori
time, Agents wanted in all unaold territory.
H. C. BI'KTitlAN, '
Be le and oxcloflre agnnt for the United States,
aapHfmt . ; 98 Weat fourth-street. Cincinnati.
PURE AIR!
' . .T
New Mode pf Ventila ion!
Call and One of
SAWYER&COVS
PATENT
. . - '.i'l .1'
Hetting anJ Ventilating Furnaces,
i ' 'i . ' i
. In oprallon at r.
,0 UAMBERLAINA 0 O.'S
Store Ware-rootna, Nod M and 63 Vitie-at.,
a-. , (Below Columbia.) .
Sawyer & Go.
no9ay
..... ANCHOR
Coal Cooking Stove,
AWARDED THE SILVER 11 EPA b , !
- -AT TRI . ,
8TATiiTFAIR, .
aeld a Aanearllle, October,
1 hv; MANUFACTURED BY
SAMPLE AND' SALE-ROOMS,
Nob. SI and S3 Vino..,
r'. - in' 1
i (Seeoad door-Below Columbia,)
; CINCINNATI. OHIO.
mil-, ii' ...i.. ti. fpotcmi , ...i - . , i .,
Holiday Presents.
fill n " lav, '" i'-u...,.i,j ujji ,
I ? HAVI! -JUST OPENED m A LOT' OF
Blsooe aqd China iFlgareg, Klmcy Inkstands,
Vaaea, Jewel and lUatch-buzes, Kauty Shaving and
Work-boxea, ami othfr Fancy Onods too numerons
to mention, suitable for the Holidays, which I will
aell cheaper tbau any other ostabliehuent in tbe
iio. Tii Maln-Btrfel, between Sixth and Seventh,
. ji.air;. uu. ii.ui awr oonpa, aerramery,
Kitracta, o, ' ,. m da!3
Bo,j:k binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCHR8, NO. 8 CAST
Foiirth-atraet,. etween Main and Sroamo-a, Cin
cinnati. '. "B-Wndliigl 'jreryftyle. MnstiBoolaneat.
ly and duoralily bond, 'i 0. tlltorrEB,
, f lve a i
J. M'ELEVEY. . -l
Merchari Tailor,
f ,t :-s No. 48 rotitra-eTREfiT, !
' delltf f "lOPEON 20ItMHu
3i!r-l' a: i.! .Hi-iM altl'.ii' -i i 4 ivl
ICiceltior Fluid In I..
dua. ..-.! '.Jt (iiw , ... .
wulv
faP f
r
CHAMBERLAIN & CO.,
bv.'--.-
e
INSURANOR
BY STATE TuTHOEIT Y,
Incorporated 161 9. OharterPerpetnal
sriM rr Mtaffllahedln Olnclnnatl in 1 M'Jfi. an
tedatlug all present local Inanranoe Companiea and
Agenciea In the Inauranco bnainaea In thiaoity. Xi
years con ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience,, nterprlse and liberality, especially com.
mend the AITS A Insurance Company lo the favor,
ble patronage of thla commnuity standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living plonoor of
Cincinnati undcrwrlUtra of IH'43.
Losaea sold In ClnelniiHtl durln paat Flvai
,, , Vear, 1311,05 1 1.
OashOapital!iBl,000,000.
lABSOHITE A1)0 CNIMPAIKBH.J VITH A
SURPLUS OV 1, 030,43 HO.
And the prestige of tn years anccesaand OJapealenoe.
INVISTUINTg OF
Orer $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARD (K 81J,00I),000, L.UH8BS,
Uare been paid by the Alna Insurance Company Id
the past 40 years.
Flro and Inland Navlaatlou.-Ulnks accepted
at terma conalateut with solvency and fair proQla.
Eapeclal attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
andUontenta, for terms of 1 toSy .
Application mada to any dnly nthorlr.ed Agent
firomptly attended to. By atriot attention to a legit
mate Inanranoe Laalnesa, this Company la enabled
to Oder both Indemnity for the paat and aeenrltyfor
the future. P llciaa leaned without delay by
J AS. H. OA TKU, Agent, No. 40 UainitMSt.
A. r. PA TO .Aaalatant Agent. i ,
: B, K. liiMO BY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKE -, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward. anS
WtSTEKN INSURANCE COMPANY
OF CINCINNATI.
o
FFICB IN THE SECOND STORY OF
Mo. 2 Vront-atreet. between Main and Svcamore.
j ina company ib taking t ire, iniauu aua marine
Biaka at current rates of premium. '
Losaea fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
I DIRECTORS:
TFEckert, IT Ball. BWPomeroy,
wiiuam uienn. wuwmtcnor, w u maun.
Robert Mitchell, W II Comatook, LOK Stone,
Bobt Buchanan, 0 0 Shaw, Geo Stall, .
Win Hoi lew, Heth Evans, J U Taaffe,
David Gllison, - II Brachraan, J Q Isbam,
H Clearwater, Tbos B Elliott.
1 T. V. ECKEBT, President.
BTErnim Mobrb, Secretary. - nos
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company.
.. . OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.;
DIBEOTOKS:
William Wood, Iaaao 0. Oopelen,
, James if. Cunningham, Sydney S. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joaeph Keakirt, ,
Ooo. W. Bishop, Wm. Eishor,
George B. Dixon.
ISAAC C. COfELEN, President,
Geo. W, Oofilen, Secretary,
i A. M. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to Issue roHciea on I'lre and 111 urine
Bisks, on favorable terms. OIBce No. 3 Wtat Third
street, Trust Co. Building. uosbfm
National Insurance Co.,
Cincinnati) Ohio. ' ,
(Office South-west Cor. Alain and Front-street.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
;' fire Bisks
TAKEN AT CURB BNT 11ATK8.
DIREOTOBSl
John Burgoyne, E M Smith, Robert Moore,
Win Hepworth, Uhaa L Moore, M fechholmer,
I X. Wiedemer,- Tboa Ong, ' v tJW Smith,
J L Boas. Tbos 11 Biggs, Henry ElUa.
H. 0. UBNER, Seo'y. J NO. BTJB0OVNE, i-re.
no8bfm . . . ' P. A. SPBittMaa-, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1820.
'CAPITAL $15.0,000.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. !,JN
SDBKS against Loss and Dainago by Eire; also:
Perils of the Sua and Inland Navigation.
' ' " D1KECT0BS:
Jno.WHartwell, Allen Collier, William Besor.
John W ElUa, James Lupton, Obaa.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Frailer, J W C'anfield,
i) T Woodrow, K M W Taylor, A 8 Wiualow,
OS Williams,. H McBlrney, Bowman O Baker.
JOHN W. liABTWELIi, Pieaident,
Q. W. WinuMg, Secretary. noS
FlttU AND DIAUINB.
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI. 1
, J. W. GABBISOK, Preaident.
B. W. BEEDEB, Secretary.
OiBEcroBa-flenry Kesaler, Anthony Fay Wm.
Wood. J. W. Garriaon, Samuel, H. laft, Georgi W.
Tiiwuley. Smllli Betta.
Snavavoas-J. B. Lawderaud David Baker. dc9ay
6J-oo - : . aaaivi
eJsjaod qM uoiiddi . no .((ues uinMfut
:iar48-jqtnniOjj ps avw-uH9Ai 'loo
"oo HamvH -jx j&
jeog pna eou8nj eiqiqjoj '-oil Snnieii
qioioSnjiiou 'mosoaj jiioj 'ieuiiioeui iuuih -ajeu
-atu jepun put jadlu qioq ('pOS in1aaaiu 3 T
no oiiouis ni an wa 'sazis n V
'smHPQQiIpnBnaoo ,
BOOFlNCfl KOOIIA!
nflHE "OUTCAI.T ELASTIC "me.
JL TALLIO BOOriNG"li offered to the public
ei the beat aud cheapest Metal Boof now used, ita
aierita tested by an eipeflpnca of yoars in thiaoity
and vicinity. Applied to Sat or Keep, old or new
butldluvs. No eolder-Uaed faatened securely with
out expoanre to the action of the elements. .
Prepared sheets, boied for shipment to any part ol
the United States, can be applied by any one w ith
ordinary oioclianical skill. Ordera promptly filled.
. :.. . ...,., .. . . OAlDWElil, ivh, 1
jylS-tf , 138 West Second etrcot.
D303iT3NrDESTfi;,
itiiBtiiorvs,
FLOflES
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which 1 am sailing at a am M
advance on New York prices, wholwlo and rotni'i
: J. WKBR,,Jr
ot 1 84 Fifth -street, hat; Bane and Elm. '
OANDYI'OANDY
:! ' I :!. ii.-v.j .-. ..
(BsMoewor to Hrau A ,)
i It ...;! , . , i
Mannfactaren and Wholaiale Deal-.n
V ji .
VINE AND PLAIN (IANDIE,
tO MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
C. VV. MACKELFRESH,
i. .1 fllaaafdotnrer of .. .. ....
rlIN. SRERT-'IRON aud ZINC WAR I V
-- Baking and Seldllt. Powdur Box s, TinSpei ' 7
ingTube, llojllng, and Dealers in Stoves, . v.
Fifth-street, Cincinnati, Ohio. - -
,srAJl kinds of Job Work promptly attended o.
ilUOIHUJJ ,
ORIENTAL .KXCU AUGl, .
ff HB UNDERSIGNED, HAVINdrREFI T
M. TED the SALOON In the Eniinlrsrw-
Buliamg, are now prepares to rurniabi
their friends with tbe best imported
tt iu-b, uiijuuta uu viKara,
jtaiiimore oneii uystora served in
very style,
deo-am"
EASTWOOD A SABOKNT.
Holiday goods. we have just
celveda large shnelvof new Frnlta. aneh i
Figa, Prunes, Natural Peaches, Pineapple, Disc f
berries and Strawberrioa. assorted Jelllee and Jar, .'
Preaerved t'rnita. in endless variety ; delicate
. onei ,r, mauuiia anu uuam
pagne Wlnea, foi
ing uie largeat.nna most com
lplete aaaortmaut
the oity before, I .
" good things " ever offered lu
saw, wumesais ana retail, oy
deli U and Branch Store 24v Weal Tourth-at .
imTM. H. FJALPVVl N, -ATTORNi '
w v. ,AHO COUNSELLOR Al LAWasuLklaaier
Commissioner of tha buperlor and Common Pli ia
mo
. ' --ill .1
fciRAirttt t yyE and7stitrkc)ttp a
F.UPSfS: .H'VJ1' ipeAntidit,- T
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RAILROADS.
RAILROADS. Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
RAILROADS. Change of Time—November 14, 1859. CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
Tha Shertest Iloate between Ctnelaaatl
and Chicago. '
Three PaasengerTrUnsleaveClncinnetldafly.rrom
thefootof MIUandFrontatreeis. m
Bilil) A. I.-Jlilcago Mall arrives t Indianapolis
atUiW P. M., Chicago at 10:90 r. M. TMs tratu
cooiiecta with all night trains out of Olilcago tor
the Weat and Nortb-weet; connects at , Iiidlnaap--ljs
with trains for Torre Baiito; aU Willi i'ei 0
tr.'iua for iern. bogoitfport, orI Wajnr and Tc.
l'ii4S I". HI. Torre I'.ante ami taylayotte Ao.
couimountiou nrrives at lndlanapollaat fi: L8 C. St.,
making direct oonnections at Imfianapolis with La
fayette trains for Deoatnr, Springfield, Naples, IJnlii
or, Hannibal and St. Joseph.
7 I", ttl. Ohlcago Kxpruee arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:15 A. M. , making oleeo connections at Chicago
with all morning trains ont of Chicago.
Sloeplngoare are attached to all tbe night trains
on thla line, and ran through to Chicago without
ohauge of oars, u .
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all oonneetlng roads throughout the entire
Weat, guaranteea nnnaual care and the amplest ac
ootumodatlone to the patrons ot this lino.
The Company's excluaive Telegraph Line la need,
when neceaaary, to govern the -movement of trains,
and Loughridgo'a celebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all paaeenger trains, by which they canbe
perfectly controlled; bealdes all the other modern iiu
piovements neceseary for tbe comfort and safety of
IMfeengers, tbe managers of thle road have liberally
piovided, , w ,, ..(J,,
rimoklng-cars onlhlsllne.
aw Bo aure yon are In tho right ticket office before
yon purchase your tlclata, and ask for tickets via
Lawrcncoburg and Indianapolis.
Fare tbe earns ua b; any other ronte, Baggage
oneckod throueo.
XilltOUOQ TICKETS gooJ until need, can be oh.
Uinod atthe ticket offlooa, at Spencor Uonse Corner
north-west oorner Uroiaiwar and Front; No. I Bur
net House Oorntr; at tlis Wal rut-street House, aud
al Depot ofllco, loot of Mill, on Front street, whore
allneoessary infcrmatina maybehad,
Omnibuses rua to and frote tch train, and Dill
call foi passengers at all noteU and all parts ot the
oity, bj leaving Lddresa a,t oil I r office.
, , W. H. L.N0BLI,
noH ' ' w' Qeneral Ticket Agegt.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
SIX D AIliY TRAINS LEAVB TUB
Sixth-street Dopot. . -
Trains run through to Cleveland Bar, Jnaky, To
lodoaud Indianapolis without change of cars.
Through Tickets Tor all Eastern, Weateru, North,
am and North-weatorn cities.
tt A. III. EXPRE88 TRAIN For Hamilton.
Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, aud all
Western Cities. Conneols at Uicbmond with C. and
0. Boad for Loganaport; also connects at ilamiltou
for Oxford, fte. . , .
i:tO A. M.'TTIAIN-Tor Dayton, Sprinsfieid,
Sauduaky, Toledo and Chicago. Thla train makes
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at Ubimna fob Co-
1. umdi'8; at Bidlel'ontalne with B. aud I, It. U., East
and West: at Forest with Pittslmrg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad East wind West: at Clyde trltli
Cleveland and Toledo It nil road trains for Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, W in
Chester andMlincle.
10 A, M. KXPRESHTKAIN-ForClovelaml
via Delaware for Duukirk, liutlalo, Boalen, Now
Voik, and all Eaateru citiea Aloo connects at Croat
line for Pittabnrgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, aud
Eastern cities. ,
Ht40 P. Itl. TRAIN For Hamnton.Itichnionl
Indianapolis, Torre Hante and Saint loclap 1
necta at Hamilton for Oxford, ic.
S:01. ill. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield.
BullofonUiine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, ana
all points in Cauada. Uonnectsat Bellefoutaiue with
B. and I. B. R., Enatand Weat.- 11
, lliUO P. M. KXPRKxN TRAIN For Oleve
bind via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buflalo, Boston,
blew York, and all Eastern cities. Alao, connocts at
Crestline for Pittaburgh, f hiladolpbia, Baltimore,
and all Eaatern cities. ...
MTTthe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P.M.,leaveadaily Miwpr SatubdiVS. All other
trains leave dally ixoepi Susdavk;
For further information and Ticketa, apply at the
Ticket offices nortb-eaat corner Front aud Broad
way; No. 169 Walnnt-street, near Gibaou Honae; at
tbe new Ticket Office, on the west side of Vine-street,
betweenPoetotflce aud Hurnot Uonae;attbe Walnut
street Uonse,orat tbeSlxth-atreet Depot. '
no!2 D. Mo IhH K N. Bnperintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three11 Trams - Daily.
Two Through Express TriinsT"'
SjiiRST trainIday -TXPRESa AT TO
. A. M., connects via Coluuibiia and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Steubenvilli, and Pittsburg; via
Oolnmbns, Crestlino and Pittsburg; via Uolnin.
bus and Bellair (Wheelii.f). Also, lor Springfleid.
This train stops botween Oinclnnall and Coluiubuj,
at all the principal stations.
MEOONO TRAIN-Columbns Accommodation
at 4:40 r. At. Thiatrniil stops at nil atationa be.
tween Cincinnati andtolumbuB, and Cincinnati anil
Sprlngtleld.
TlflttU TRAIN-Klght Express at 1I.MO I',
M., connects via Colombia an.1 Bellalri Wheeling1:
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Ooluui
bus Stenhenrllle and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Ulovtland.
This Train stori at lovsland, Morrow, Xenla
aniJ;2,n'l0J!- 8LEEPIN00AB8 )N TI1I8 TBAIN.
sHTTheDay Express ruos tnrongh to Cleveland,
Wneellngand Pittsburg, via Steubenville, without
change ot oars,
.Tf ? .NAQI,11l:xPBl;.8, train leaving Olnolnnatl
5.1 11 lA rune dally, except HATUKDAVS.
The otherTralua run dailv, exoept SUNDAYS.
. For all information, and Through Tickets 10 Bo.
ton, isew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing.
ton BufTalo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
i .Ti' ni Al . ,S" ino aaaiern places.
linra.
annlv at fliArilUn. n7nn,., u... n K Tr.
net House, aouth-eaat coruor ot Broadway and From
I, nu
ntes faster than Cincinnati time.
n ,. . J. DDBAKD, Snp't.
..? niRu!M.".forP'Brs by leaving dlreotloiig
tb;ketjuflloss; uon
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and x St. Ionia.
THBOUGH .WITHOUT CHANGE OF CABS.
. Two Daily Trains for Vlncennes. Cairo hii hi
lioitla, at7:a) A. M., und 7:30 P. JI. ' , ,
iSaBO-Pylf v andytijii P. JJj- j. a. JL' dlT, f '
One Train for Kvansville at 7:30 P. M.
.ii.iM ranBKiH ei, iionu lor all poiutaU
Kauiaa and Nebraaka,IIauiiibal,giiincy and K.e!2
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for WemphlsfvickSDnrg!
Natchez and Now Orleans. "
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:39 PVil
Rrtubnikq Fast JLiue-Leaves East St. Loula,
nUt wllsy. M. --.-";uai wncin.
"'' TiM-f-eavesEast St. Lonls daily at 4:(0
P. M., arriving atCinoinnatl at A. M.'
, Villi TII Ifiinr, II winirvm.,'
To all polhta Wast afTd South, please apply at the
omces. WaluUt-ftree t Hornet between "iftth umi
Seyenih-streeta, No 1 Burnel HouaeVcorner ottl?e
north-weat corner of Front and WdwavTsDerVrer
louae Office, end at the Depot. coruOTlkonl Taiuf MHU
Omnlbnaee call for paaeen gera. e. icai
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
bi,
naaiai
iq.ia
8T LODIS,
LAFArrna.
TWO DAI LI THBODOH 1 SAINsleaeSsfcL
Dapot, at I A. H and 4:30 P. M
Bhfikil:),i-,'0ms 4 ohiga.
GO FAST K A PRESS. Thi ng4i direct, making oloaa
; onertions i for all other W m tent and iiottaiMter;
swlnUi This Tralu alstror nnects t Blohmonf with
Oliicinaati and Chicago Reads, for AndsisoS, Koko.
gjjawwrt. an? allpolata oa Wabash Valley
S:0 P.' JT. INDIANAPOLIS. CHICAGO A 8T
IODI8 NIGH II X P BEH8 Tbe abOTeTts make
lose oonnootionaat IndianapoUs.LalaysttaaadCbl.
eago, wUh Trains for Torre rfaute, SpringnehT, Bock
'LjUud,Galbar,Bnoalia,LaCioaa,JokaonviUe.
Danvlllo, Burlington, Mllwaukee.TiltUwu, Naples
Galena. Qulncy, Pratrle-do Chfen. Pant. PmTrii'
Duuleitb, Racine, Decatnr, Bloomlng;in,Ollet. La
throuih
For further infcrmatloa and Through rickets. s
ply to Ticket Onloea. north-east corner ol Fiont and
Broadway; No. 1M Walnut atreet, near Fourth: at
south-eaat eomev bf Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot. .
lAases i wlU cajj f tfmmm teih,rl.. H
laaltAsroC thaTloketoIoet.

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