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THE CRAVE OF A CHILD.
These varies, wcallir ex tber ere tnusioal, are
roes ins pea OTmrm. MCTJaMsrs ( ' " '
IrtwliUhiarti faaetf.-T
-5 if
!M 'irUH tin lowly head.
?" "Drees thy guidon onug I:
i,Moeklya xeaxbls palms.
p oia at
facroathe breast:
I'-iSilnlnrM hi while oelms "
dnj,iMooiealestl ,
Softly, starry eyes,-" .
rtlfordMito spasms..!,
Naveratore te rise
ID
eammsrtttine or tears t
ni Up, .
TOW,
1J ft' ifu the wan Hllm
llxii . ' Of ibis pale repose t . .
Slumber; em-sl shells I
No mare dying, (Ten
o i Tliruugh, your spiral cells,
ve oevetn gates ui bwym.
(Hilly, slender fee.
Beat from roiy rhyne,
With the ringing sweet
.ail.
Of her sllvsr chine. .
Holy'lTalMofrtod, 1
Mii'l 'Spread Iby glory mild,
(Tnilerneata Ida sod.
On tins iittiecuua i
Years No Barrier to Knowledge of Fame
.il m ; viTaintv'' it
Socrates, at Q extreme age, learned to
play on masical instruments.' This would
look ridiouloas for some of the' lioh old
men in out oity, especially if they should
take it into their heads to thrum a guitar
under a lady's window, which Socrates
did nOdiJ, but 6rjy learned to play upon
some instrument of nis time not a guitaf-rr
for ihe.puiipose of reais,ing the wear. And
tear io old ag9ii uwi- ,m u,,. m.' : i - i
Cato, at eighty year of age, thought
proper, to ,lrn,, the Greek language.
Many orourjoung men, at' thirty and
and forty, hare forgotten even the alpha
bet of a langba'ft, the knowledge of which
was nooessar to enter eollege, and which
was made a daily -exeroise throuzh . col
lege. A. fine comment upon their lore of
letters, truiy.i" u.ui ; rri v..i.ui.;H-
Plu.tareh( 'Whs 'between seventy and
eighty, commenced .the,, study . of Latin.
Many 4t n&at young lawyers not thirty
y ears of aire , tb i as. A h at . nist , pr iua. ec ire
acies, Ac, ore English expressions!, 'Rod
if you tell tlom thAt a" knowledge of Latin
would nuiko them appear a Cttlei;more
resneotable in their profession, thev will
reply tliafthey.rare . too old to think of
learning .Latin.,,,, ... . , ,
Boflcaoqio Was thirty-five years of age,
when he commenced his studies in polite
literature. Yet he became one of the
three great masters of the Tuscan dialect
Dante and Petrarch being the other two.
mere are many among us ten years
younger1 than1 Baocaocio, who are dying
of ennui, and regret that they were not
iuoated to a taste of literature; but now
they are too old. ' -.;
air Henry Spelman negleoted the
soienoes in his youth, but oommenoed the
study of them when he was between fifty
and sixty years of age. After this time
he became a most learned antiquarian
lawyer.". Qiir young men begin to think
of laying their seniors on the shelf when
they have reached sixty years of age,
How different the present estimate ' put
unon einerienoe -1'rom that which charac
terized a certain period of the Greoian
Kepublio, whon a man was not allowed to
open his mouth in oauousses or political
useetiegs, who was under forty years of
age. ;, ,. '.: '
Colbert, the famous French minister,
at sixty years of ago returned to his
Latin and law studies. How many of
our ooHege-learnt men have ever lookod
into their classics einoe their graduation?
Ludovioo, at . the great age of one
hundred and fifteen, wrote the memoirs
of his own times. A single exertion,
noticed by VGltaire, who was himself one
of the Biost remarkable instances of the
age in ae w studies.'"
Ogilbyt the translator of Homer and
Virgil, was unaoqnainted with Latin and
Greek till he was poet fifty.
Franklin did not , fully commence his
philosophical pursuits till he had reached
his fiftieth year. How many among us of
thirty, forty and fifty, who read nothing
but newspapers, for the want of a taste
for natural philosophy t But they are too
old to learn. - " :.
Accorso, a great lawyer, being asked
why he began the study of law so late,
answered that indeed he began it late,
bnthe should, . therefore, master it the
sooner. This agrees with our theory,
that, healthy old age gives a man the
powerof accomplishing a difficult study in
much less time than would be neoessary
to one of half his years.
Thjden, in his sixty-eighth, year,
commenced the translation of the Iliad;
and hi? most pleasing productions were
written in hie old age. ' .
We could go on and oite thousand 'of
examples of men who commenced a new
study and struck out into an entirely new
pursuit, either for livelihood or amuse
ment, at an advaheed ' age. ' But every
one familiar . with the biography of
distinguished men will recollect individual
cases enough to convinoe him that none
but the sick and indolent will ever say, I
am too old study ! ,
Inklings.
J- :.:..tt
Men do not get intoxicated . nOW-eV
danrhflir Warns Anthrjand '
aajB--Uiey Become eniaaeea.
TT..,n i. nvniil drovrnino' -ftl WB.tr
toep jour head Above Water. "
-A brown study -how to color your
The great tribulation Helper's Im
pending Crisis. ;
r-Who beat the first game of Pharoah?
Moses. ,.' ' .'i..".''::;":'"" "
Love is a morning : stream whose
memory gilds the day. . -i .
The poor generally have as many
"nirs" as the rich, but of a different kind
It is the best proof of the virtues of a
family oirole to see happy fireside. V
To speak harshly to ft person of sensi
bility, is like striking a hjarpsieord with
yourfisti,.,,,., ,,.;-7;
TBere is av man in Oxford who lives
so fast that he, is now absolutely older
than his father.i'.l .' , , ;. n. -
Why is a man poking a wood-fire like
u ram-seller? ; Because he stirs the hrand-he-punchea.
j)'.,., .;,;. ......
If.iiid way to heaven be narrowv it is
r ot loD)r;arjd ifthegavte itright, it opens
ineidlesalile. :n ... ,.:,, Vihi.i.
Somebody says that phynioiana. are
the nnjracsvsxii need by angels, to get our
loulrfoutftL tpeeheH", tMa surrounds
Hs. ..nsjts.f. & .H-ih'i wn.p4
is brush:wood; judgment is
tirtlierr-tift 4rst,i. makes . the. 'rightesjt
fame, but the.eihw (vwtheMtilft8tu)g
heat. .jMw..ioJjt' ,iuui
BUSINESS CARDS
l
'Hl',1 ! I. .' ' .'
- Door .Locks,
R R 'A1l iM) SWITCH LOCKS,
, .IDoo? sad Gate-Springs,
HOU8E BELL MATERIAL,
gltVER-PLATED DOOR-PLATES,
Bells Hung, eT8 Fitted.
Tb public re retpactrullf InTlted to eU tnd ox
mln the nrloaa pfttttrai and price. Ill Jobbing
prompUf sltsnded to .
GEOHOHMoGRKGOa,
noJem . . Xo. Its Fifth-street, 2d door from Bsc. ;
3
A. B. COLVILLE,
3
Scale MaanAietvrPN
Mo. Vt Xat BooDd-treat, between Sycamore and
Broad?! Olnolnnati, keeps every deauriptloD of
Ooaaur, Plntforisi, Omile, Rallrond Depot,
.... nu 'A THOU OOIIC, f-VVf ,
Bepalrng done on the shortest notice. ' aol4n
BfKITTREDQE '& CO
U34 MAIN BTK1KT. 0INO1 NAT1, O.
; , KITAEDQE V FOLSOM,
55 Si, Oharlss street, Stw Orleans, Ls
Importers ofGaaaov Sprrtlas Apparatas,
and niAbiu is eon rovoia.
Railroad hotel,
i. u (Fronting the Steamboat Landing.)
North-eat corner Broadway tnd Front,
A ; dNOlNNATI, 0.
R. F, LEVLRI.VC, Prftprlctor.
' - oo7oml
WM,:' MOREHOUSE & CO.,
. ., --MASuriOTgasts aiid iikalus is
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds of Mattresses and Bedding, at 'he old
staai.No. 136 8camoro-streot, east aide, Mtweeu
Fourth aud Flitntreets, aeventu store above
Fourth-street, Vburoh Pewe lined and cushioned
Ml orders promptly attended to. cl-cin
fl. CAMPBELL & CO.,
tANUFACXURKR3 09 BAR, SHBEI
L1JL and Boiler Iron, Plon aiikbs, Bailroat spikes
Etc. Also, Agents for the sale of lrontcn 8u NiUli
Warsrooias
Ohio.
1 Kast Seoond tiueet, (Jin Innat 1
rH kinds Iron made ro order.
lift
LEIDKT IIYL,
CLEANER OF SINKo AND VAULTS,
No. M Sixth-street, between Vine and Mace, is
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio, Peraouswht
may iaor blm with their patrouHRe.CHn relrpq punc
Uiality and low prioes.
epi-ar
illonejJ.Jtloiicy! Money?
LOANOFFICE.
RcmoTed fi'on Stf Weal Sli(.-treei.
,f ONBT LOAKEOON WATCHES, ,rKW
IsJlELBT and all kinds of MerctiKndlse, t Iua
rates of interest, at No. 173 s7in-itrwt, pAtwstn
Fourth and FUU), M
PHILADELPHIA
. Dining and Coifed Saloon,
. MO. 31 FIFTB-STHKET, SOUTH 81DK,
ii :' . (Near the oorner of Vine,) .,'
C. h. VICKEIIH, Proprietor. '
0vst6rs and Qams served in all styles, Meals at all
honrs ; noloyi
. P. IJLIA8'
-:. JTew Wholesale ' ,
WITCH &JEW1LRI1I01ISB
16 West Fourth Street :
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
P outness at a maota leaa prloe, for OABE, tbs
has ever before been offered In this market.
GIVE U A CALL"
and see for yonrselTee. ' apts
WM. WH I TAKER,.
No. Wi N. B. Oor. FIHh and Lodge streets, between
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good assortment of 3ILVEB and PLATED WABA,
aruiiii AUiis, esc., aevs wnaniiv on nana.
Special attention given to Gleaning and Bepalrini
Watebus and Jewelry.
lurlO
BEGGS & SMITH, No. West 4th St.
4 RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their lame assortment of Wstches. Jewelry.
Silverware and Diamonds.
A fine assortment of Plated Tea 8sti tad Ontleri
sad Opera Glasses. IM
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DR. M AU'L SILSBEJ2
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THB SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and inch' Chronic complaints as maybe
benefitted by the Hygyenic and Atmopathlc aystein
of his office.
Yaaer, Snlphnr, Iodine, Araenio, Heronry, Tar.
klsh, Bnsslau and Bleotro-Ohemlcal Baths, a Dls
pe unary of Medicine, and every manner of Electric
and Magnetic Apparatus.
NO. 67 WEST BKVENTH-STBKBT.
sMe-QlBce henrs A. M. to i anIHtt
B. 8. NEWTON, M. D.
Offloe, 90 West Seventh 8treet,
istwhk virs aid iaoi.
106
O. E. NEWTON, M..D.
Orrioa Ne. 90 West Seventh street, between Vine
tnd Rao. UrsiDimc No. M Seventh street, be.
ween Walont and Vine. Orrioa Uonaa-7M to SH
A. : ls tntx P M.i .7 toa p. M. ., .
. WM. M. HUNTER,,
DENTIST,
noo 1 ! ' ' ' V: i6 V.lne.trft.
j. ta ft, -
(Sooeesaor to Koowlton A Taft.) .
DENTIST,
Na. 90 West Faarth 8t- bet. Walnst V Vine
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
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MADAMS SLLIS, M. D., HAS FOUND
at last lust what the Ladles have leng needeo
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
ine uterine Jbiizir is warrantea to cure ail ais
0' a uterine nature; innammanon or toe
Wonlb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra
Prolapans or Falling of the Womb, P sinful Menstrn
atlon.hlorosis. Amenorrhea: inaot, apsrfsotenre
is gvarranteed by the use of from two to five bottles
atlve and Urinary Organs, of male or female,' no
Price ftl nr llnttln
Madame ELLI
13 I
calls
par
lartlcular attention to the
followlni
uliin Card of one of the most prominent Drnii
gists of Cincinnati.
"TO TBI PCBUOAHD THB LADIES IN PARTITrtAB.-
We, the anderaixned, are not In the habit of (ilvlna
onr name to Patent Medicines; bat knowlne well tlx
Lady Physiolan, and the medicine called the l t?rlnf
Elixir, we eheerfnlly recommend it to all females
suffering from Female Diseases of any kind; it it
purely vegetable, and in no case can do Injury; w
say to all try, and our woH for it. yon will find re
lief. ' K. O. illf.L, Ilmdglet, '
sepJT ' "Ooraerof Fifth and Itaoe-etreeU."
ALSO-
Wg ADAMB ELLIS'S SPASTTSII SIMC.
L1M.
LATINO COtOn AND LIVEll BALSA 51
without fall, twins In the Ilremt. Bnck.
cures, without fall, pains In the ilrerni, Bnck
Side or Limbs; Ooushs, Golds, Hoarsnnesa, Dim.
crdty of Breathing, Ueadache, Flatulency, IlearV
burn. Ohronio RheumatlRtn. Btllliinn (Jhollc. (Vitnin
(Jholic, Orlplna Pain of the Bowels, Dullness,
Mtapor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and In Patn
ful Menstruation it la a certain euro, and otves
immeaiate reuei. jn any oi me above 01
it wui give reuei i twenty minutes, atiiL perma
nent, care by the use o f to bottles. Only AO ceut.
per bottle so cboap that every purson can net it.
N. B. For sale by F. D UlLlj, DruKglst, corner
of Baoeand Fifth-slrets: J. D. PARK, corner of
fourth aud Walnut; SUIRB, KCKHTRIN 'V,.,
oorner Vine and Fourth; JOHN DICKSuK, corner
of Joha and Sixth; PAUL KKINLB1N, co-ner el
Eighth and Freeman. Also, KDWAUD SOAH LAN
A OO., oorner of Malu and Fourth) and Martanie
ELLIS, l4 West Mxta-street. ' lepZT-ay
J. Ti RUTLE&'8
Ricclsior Fluid Inks.
' , i' I irr - i
Manufactory, 3 Vine St.
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Q.BNT6;;f BENCH BOOOIS, ,
FBENCH SHOES AND OAITEB8,
fi'0 j.Ml(CH BL1PPEBS, '
Jost recstrsd by Brpress. wvr.r,'
, , ,,H: DETERS,
dJ
MISCELLANEOUS.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & BAY & 00., "
" " Manulaerurerinna Boalert in
PRINTING PRESSES,
,,; . (BOIg BAND AND POWSBJ . , ,',
And all kind ! Prlntina; Materlala, Naa.
173, ira and 177 West Heond-treeV
.''CINCINNATI, OHIO, ;
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to onr MEDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months ws havs inirodooed them into four-'
teen different States of the Union, wilh the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power is
applied to the center of the platen : consequently
thors Is uo possibility of its springing from any
amount ul pressure. The motion Is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
the form, insuring A PKBFEOT IMPRESSION at
a high rate of speed.
ranters in want oi me snsi juohiii snonia
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
aminatioD.. Tney are strong, anraoie ana rspia, ana
are WABBANIED to give the moat entire satis
faction.
not
HALL'S PATENT.;
f BlilE IrHJST niXlABLK KIRK AND
m. BUBOLAB PUOOFSAFES.-Tbeyhaveirlven
more satisfaction than any other now in use.
We offer a reward of itSB THOUSAND 1)0 li
LAKS to auy purson that can, up to the present
time, show a single Instance wherein they have failed
lo preserve their coutehts. ''
With this SAFE we challenge all competition, as
belngthe best Fire , Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proif now mada; and are willing to
test wun any esiAuusninenc in ;ne usi'jo, anu vue
parry falling first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
of 82,000.
we
r. ure nrenarAd tn fnrnl.h a 1etter Rafb. and at less
cost, than any other mauufaoruror in the United
States. ' J .
Vecond-hand Safes of other makers, alio on hand.
Werespsotfully invite the publio to call and exam
ine our stack before purchasing elsewhere..
BALL, OABBOLL A 00.,
angU-vt Nos. IS and 17 East Columbia street.
i W B, DOS D 8. 1 '
formprlyof HBll,DoddsAJo.;lte Drban.Doddfaoo.
We B. Dodds' & Co.; !
!'("' ' " ABTWAOTtlMM OF. ! ' ,'-'.,' ,.
OONOI123T11
Fire and Burglar Prool
8. Vf. Corner of Vine Secoud Streets.
. I i . t' ' "I,
ani. i. the rnnst reliable FIRE AND BUBQLA i
Dunnir AAVK tl.at la mwiein the United States. and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
ean be found elsewhere. , , 1
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
tarmJned to sell at prloes that cannot fail to please, .
Old SiUes
Tskea In exohange. BEOOND-HAND BAFEB a).
wayi on Dana at extremely low prices.. : yj
PATENT MACHINB-MADB "PAPER
n 1 . -. .1 M t .!.. . ... n.al.M ..'J
others, made from extra quality of Wrapping, Ma
niiirauir wnne rea raper. ... . ,..
, . wu,unono. I wrappang ana sianiiiB;
, ' ; Sno.rtOONo', i " . "" . i .
" IdKl.WO No. J ... . .... i
i ' ZOO.WM No. 4
300JMO No, .."... - "
, 300,0110 No.
300,1100 No. 10 -
I aoo.onoso. u
1 ano.ooo No. is .
I 200,000 N. 18 , .
; 1 ' 00,0fi0No. '
300,000 No. V ' ' ' ' "
ki,106 No. 1 Whlta Tea Bags; ' 1 ' '
, : ' W,(XlNo. 2
! "" IOO.ouONo. i
The above are put np lii packages of MX) bags each.
We are manufacturing from eixty to gvoiisy-DT
thousand Bags per day
IX0H A OHATFIELD, , ,
Paper Baft Manufacturers, ' ,
. i ' And Wholesale Paper Dealers, ,
0021 77 and 7 Walnut-street.
THE PALMER
.1
PUMP COMPAJVY
CORNER OP MTAMI CANAL AND
TH1KD-8TKKKT. Clnainnatl. (Jhlu. are manu
facturing largely. Palmer's celebrated Hydraulic,
Force ana i,iit rump. Alio, ois roriaoie vteaut
Engines. All thoso who are about to purchase
PIMIPM for Tiinnerlrs. llrewarlea. Ilialll
lerlea, Dry Docks. Paper Itlllls, itailroad
tailone, JUiuea, Wreckiiijr Purposes, or, in
fact, for any purpose where a pumpts needed, will
Odd it to their advantage to call aud see the work
ing of these valuable invention, or address the
PALMEU POMP COMPANY for a circular, wbioh
will furnish the namesof many who ba,ve used these
rumps wun perieci satiiaonun. . uejinm -
WILSON, OARLICK At CO.,
rorwarding ;', and ; CommiBBon
. : ' MEIlCIIAJYTSs "' ' ; ,' :,'
O BALERS IN LIVE AND DRE83ED
Horn. Pork. Lard. Whisky, Flour, Orain, Ao.
Office sorth-wsst corusr Sixth and Main-streets,
Cincinnati, opposite tbs Gait House. ...
(The undersigned naving iprmea a coparmersnip
in the Oeneral Produce aud Oommlssloa Business,
nnoer ine styie ui rviisoo, .uriii;a c. rwpeui
fully tender their ssrvices and solicit the patronage of
their friends and the public, Particular attention
paid to buying and selling Tings, Whisky, Flour,
tiraln, Ao. Their ebargee will be as mode rats as
any othsr good house in the e My. Befer to the mar
ckanls of Cincinnati generally. . . ,i
T . .. , , :. A. WILSON, Ja.,,.;
' . H-T-oAwjiflK,,.
mojeom u. i . nxi.
gfHKISTMAS GOOOf! JOUN BATS
has on hand n choice variety of luxuries for the
approaching festtvo season. Soniethlng fur all I La
dles snd gentlemen, lame folks anil little folks; such
at new Baisrns, Figs, Currants, Prunes, Nuts, Citron,
fresh Peaches, Strawberries and Pine-apples,. Jellies
and Preserves, Lobs'ers. Salmon and Sordines,
Oysters, Fresh, Core. Spiced and Pickled, Isitiglans
and Celatluo. Fine Brandies, Maderia, Port, Sherry,
Catawba and (;hnmpngne Wines, Jamaica Bum,
Hoo'ehaml Irish Ubl.iky, Ac. Gentlemen will please
upt forget that thecu"io--t Havana Cigars are to be
bad at N ttiunul Tuealor Ilulldiug, Syoauore-street.
I'lOlVJ
SADDLE, TttUf.fi. AN U lTlTSilsiSS
I MANUFACTORY,
MM Mnln-atreati three doora above Third,
KEEP ON AND AND MAKE TO OR
DE B all k nda of Mors Trappings, in the best
and most snbgtantisl manner. Also, a large assort
ment of Horse Ulan eta, Whips, Carpatand Leather
ljas. Bridle Bits, flairnlo ltobes, Valises (the real
sple-leather). Mail Trunks, Hponge.ani) a large us
sfirtment belonging to this line. I wilL sell as low
Ttbe lowest, . . ,
D. S. CAREICK.
I IIU VT-wT -
1?4 CARTOONS OfTCiLILDJftliNVS
JL.MV Morocco-heeled Boots; t , i , i ; i
M3 cartoons of Children's Vaney-baslud Boots; J 1 '
,000 pairs of Women's Pegged Goat Boots, custom.
made, at 7i cents a pair.
iDstoriAndfoiwlehF - ,,m ,,
dejlaia
lis a l
' rVitM.streetV
A. OA.iD.
W M. F.nHWSON, of the late firm of
eHswsonft Holmea.will continue theOommli.
ion, Stock and Bill Brnkerahe business, at their old
office, No. JS, Basement Masonic Bnildlng, Third,
atrset. llosollclts a continuance of the business here
fifor so UbervfUy bestowed a the old firm. Defltani
fete II iS&pitoI
THE 6YSTEB TRADE.
O.S.MriTBY
1J).1I5,,, jr.n S
oysTE
ma - BTHoea uysteri.
PICKLED O YSTKRS
THE 8TJBSCRLBEB IS NOW RECBIV.
1N0 DAILY, by the Adams Express, MALT.
BY8 world-renowned Baltimore ' , ,
Fresh Can, Kee and Shell Oyitcre.
. ; ALSO . . ....
Fresh, hermetically-sealed OOYI. BPIOED a
PIOKLID OYSTEBS. ; v
n. r ROBERT ORR, Ajrent
rr-U1-' 11 Depot. 11 Wast Fifth -street '
9
OYSTERSs
Tn ' CJ A V A AiN A'H V
Oftier Importing House.
NO. SI WB8T FIFTH-8TBKKT.
THS8TJBSCRIBBRISiK0WR.E0EIV
INO dally, per Express, his salencHd Oysters.
Having completed: arrangements la Baltimore, on
t he most extensive scale" lr will at all times d tiring
the season t prepared, to famish my friends, "and
thereatpf mankind," with, the most DELICIOUS
BIVALVES imported to the Queen City. None bni
the very beat Imported', Great lhaucements offered
at this JmporUng-house.1 -1 ; ' ' ".
Order slolioited and promptly fll led. Terms cash.
, r, . PKTKIl CATAGNA, .
aeplst i if ' -H Sole Importer and Proprietor.' '
mi'. OYSTERS,
TODD'S OLD STAND,
mTQ.io SIXTH-8TRKET. I AM RECEtV
X INOilally. SETH'S Celebrated MAMMOTH
OYSTEIIS whloh 1 am selling at unprecedented
low prisM by case or doaen. Dealers and Families
wanting a very large, fresh Oyster, will please send
their or Jecs. Attached to this establishment ls s
nice, quiet, respeotaoieeaioon, .wnere you ou n
Oysters Oookod in every style, and served up tn s
elea i at J superior manner. Charges leas Ibunatauj
n,h.. nl.n. I.,inl JOHN NAIRN.
TUn.. SMITH'S
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR : OLb: PLANTATION
Depot, 09 flreoaiare-street, oppoalte the
' '-: National Theater. '
,R. C. BOCKINO, Agent.
ALSO Dressed Fi.h and Game; fresh and sweet
Butter, Ac, delivered at all hours, free of charge.
IdeltfJ
J. FARItOVV & SOiVS
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
received dally by the Adams Ex
prois Company, in whole and half cans.
All Oysters sold warranted fresh and of
the vary best unallty. J. B. O WINDS,
Asent. No. 37 Flfth-streot. bet Main
and Walnut-streeta,' . .
N, B. The trade snpplied on the most liberal
terms. ' opjacm
$30. $30. $30. $30.
; MO(DFLS'S :r.
Thirty-DoDiai Double Lock-Stitoh
FiMMSEOTMCHIIiES
S10TJBID BT BEOKNT IJCTTEBS PATENT. :
flini6 MACHINE HAS ; BEEN PRO
X BOUNCED by all eomvetentJutlsTei, whs
havs aeon It, to be the beat and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, res ar.llees
of prion. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to the very finest fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200, ,
No oil la used on top of the Machine.
Send for a circular, or call and aee it In operation.
Upon early application , State aud County Sights may
be secured.
An euergetia person ean make fortune In s short
time. Agents wauted in all unsold territory. .
' H. C. BURTMAN, . '
Scle andexelnslve agent for the United States, ,
BupliflBt ,..9H West. Fourth-street, Cincinnati, ,
PURE AI 11!
New Mode of Ventila don!
Call and See One of
SAWYER & GO'S
in.-a
P ATENt.
; He iting and Ventilating Furnaces,
fn operation at ' ' "-'
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CHAMBERLAIN A COj'S
Slorf Ware-rooms, Nos. 6t and 53 Vine-8t,
. ( (Below Ooluufbla,) ' ' f
Sawyer & C 6.
! ' .aoaay" . .
. IK, -i 'MjlJHj-f't I (" ,11 Jj,l; II. .''.1 l.j .1 ;.t)
inr
.-ii : !' " II"':- T'll.
awarded thb silver medal '
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STATE FAIR.
Held at Zanesvllle, October, 1 4.)0.
:'; ' MANUFACTURED. BY'";
LU CO.,
,: flAMPLB AND BAiB-RPOMS,
JVo. lit and AS Vinentt.,
I
j ' . (Seoond door Below OolnnMa,)
'. CI N 0)1 MM ATI. OH IO, '
! notoml ;i
holiday Presents.
f" HAVE JUST OPENED . A LOT OP
E Blsoue and China Figaros, Fancy Inkstands,
Vases, Jewel and Match-boxes, Fancy Sharing and
Work-boxes, and other Fanoy Goods too numerous
to mention, suitable for the Holidays, which 1 will
ell cheaper than any other establishment In the
city. HENRY DAVID,
140. 27S Main-street, between Sixth and Seventh.
N. B Also a new li-l i)f Fancy Soaps, Perlumery.
Extracts, e. -.- ' . ilel3
i Bock Binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES; NO. 8 EAST
Fourth-street, etween Main endBroemo-s, Cin
cinnati. . i.
agr B-blndlnf I et err style. . Unslt Books neat
ly and dnoraliiy bond. ), OKOPPBB. ,
i : ' f IvW-S 1 ' .. ,
i J. M'ELEVEY,
Merchar't Tailor
j ' Wo. 48 FOliKf H-8TREET, :-
IdelMf i "! 'J J '" "LODKON BTJltDINO. 1
! - Door and Gate-Springs, . suK i
HOUSE BULL MAtiniALS,'
tVER-PI,ATED DOOR-PLATES,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public are respeotfnlly invited to oall and ei.
amine the various pattern and prioee. ' All Jobbing
promptly etUioed to " ""
r . OBOatB MoOHHOOR,' '"
jaeJem Mo. IM Flfth-strest, M door from Baoe.
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INSURANCE.
B Y STATE' AUTHO BIT
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Incorporated 1819: Charter Perpetual
avr Agency established in Olnclnnatlin an
tedatlng ail present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance business In this oity. 3$
years oons'antdnty here, combined with wealth, ex
perienes,cotniHse and liberality, espeolally ootu
mend the JiTtfA Insuranoe Oorapany to the favora
ble patronsire of this oommnnlla standingaolltary
and alons, the sole survivor and living pioneer el
Unoinnatl nnderwrltera of 18'i3.
Leases paid la Cincinnati dnrlnc paat Fire
i., ,,.,.. fears, SlftMKM 47. ,'i....,i
Cash Capital 5Bl,000,OOOi
(ABSOLUTE AMD CNIMPA1BEDJ WITH A
SURPLUS OF f 1,030, 43 SO.
And the prestige of 40 years snooesa and exseatenoe.
n.ii.rc : MTMBTMlnTf- OP 1 - '1 '' "
Over $100,4)00 is Ohio Secarities.
UPWARD OF Sia,OOO,000, 1-OfWKS
Have been paid by the AStna Insurance Cumpany Is
. the past 40 years.
Fire and Inlnnd Navia-atlon.-Blsks aoeepted
at asms consistent with solve..cr and fairproBta.
Kspeclsl attention given to Insuranoe of Dwellings
and Contents, for Urms of 1 to Ay s. ., .-i
Application made to any duly '.othorlced Agent
sromitly attended to. By atriot attention to a levit
mate Insuranoe basiness, this Oompany is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and seonrltyfor
tbefnlnre. r ucies issued without aeiay ny " i
JAS. H. OA kTEB, Agent, No. 40 Main strert.
A. f. PATO, I. Assistant Agent. ,, -
fl, K. LINO ET, Agent 171 Vine street.' ' ' '.
J.J.HOOKI. (, Agent. Jnlton. 17th Ward. , ant
WE8TBBN ISSURANCB COMPAHI,
OF CINCINNATI. I'x-'i-'
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY 'OF
No. 2 Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This Company is taking Kire, Inland ana Marine.
Bisks at current rates of premium.
Losses fairly adjustod and promptly paid. 1
. ! -i, v - D1RECT0BS: i ' '
fFEckert, , I Ball.. - 1 8 W Pomeroy,
William Ulenn, W 0 Whltcher, W 0 Mann. .. ,
Robert Mltcli.il, W H Oimatock, L H K Stone,'
Robt Buchanan, OOSbaw, OeoHtall,
Wni Srllew, S.itliKvau., , J il Xaaffe, , .
David Gibson, 11 Brn hjiliiti, J Olsham,
U Clearwater, lhs B tllllott.-
, r. ACKKM, President : i
Btsphbh Mount. Secretary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance fompauy,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
. DIBKQT0B8:
i wiiii.tn woon.
Jsme. F. (Jnunlnffham.
Ieaac C. Oomlen,
Sydnoy S. Oliirk,
Andrew trKuuuieciier, joeepu neaKirt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Win. Fisher,
- George R. Dixon.
ISAAC U. CUPKLEN, President,
Gil). W.Copclen, Secretary. , . .
A. M. BOSS, Burrojar.
It pfopnred to issue Policies on Fire and Murine
Rinks, oh favorable terms. . Office No. t West Third
street, Trust Co. Building. , . nowbfm
National Insurance Co., '
, Cincinnati) Ohio.
(OOce Sooth-west Oor. Alain and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
XUe 1SK8
TAKEN AT CUB RENT R.ATK8. .'
.- DIBECT0B8: -
John Burgoyne, EM Smith, . , .. Robert Moore,
Wm Bepwerth, Chas L Moore, M Fechhelmer,
T X Wiedemer, Thes Cng, S W Smith, - - 1
JLBoes. Thes B Biggs, Honry Kllis.i
1 H. C. URNER, Ueo'y. JNO. BTTBOOiNG, Pres. ,
no&bfra- P. A. Spuiohah, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
, ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
CAPITAL Sl&O.OOO.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
SOBKS against Loss aud Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation. . , , . ,
DIRECTORS i '
Jno.W Hartwell, Allen Collier, William Besor.
John W Kill., , Janiss Lupton, Chas.W Rowland,
John W lUidley, James A Fraser, J W Umilield, , . .
D T Woodrow, BMW Taylor, A S Winslow..' .
OS Williams, i H MoBlrnny, Bowman C Ballet.
' ' - JOHN W. HAkjWELL, President, :
0. W.Willumb, Secretary. , . , . nn
I FIHK AND) MARINE.' i- - '
Eagle Insurance Company,
i ,,.! OF CINCINNATI. ' - '
' J. W. GARRISON, President. '
S. W. BEEDEE, Secretary. .
DlBi!CT0B8-Henry Kesslor, Anthony Fay, Wm.
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel H. Tait, George. W,
Townley. Smith Betts. :
' Suavxroas-J. B. Lawder and David Baker; dotay
agej-tao , , sdmai
meod qii noneondd no sues sotrraoaio js
iirg-iqiniiiof) pa AioM-tirojgoAi 'top
I ,;6o 2? HaHVH 'JA. 'iM
I sjeoapuseu8axenwjoj 098umea
ttloioSnilloa -sjesosj juoj 'senmosut jntuo -aiea
-oiu jepun pas jeddn qoq (7pos stoJisoiuhj j-tt-
now gnosis ni aa ifla 'sazis n
rnire Taco-orriii:
j M"1110H pm JBniPMHp oilJQJ ;
ROOFING! hROOFIM!
nrHE OUTCALT ELASTIC ME.
JL TALLIO ROOFING" is offered to the pnbIM
.1.. 1.,. . J , ...i .1 r . .
m ui. uvn, .uu vuep.i, aieuu noui now, nseu, its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder used fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of theelnmenta.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, nan be applied by any one with"
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly ill led,
" CALDWELL A t l).
lylt-tf ; ,,t,.r: i!' 1 13J West Seoond street.
DB 03iTISrDEJTiS,
; a IJIBOMS,.;; -
Feathers and Winter Millinery,'
ui every description, which l am selling at a smt
auvawvuu new sura prises, wuoiiaais ana retair,..n
M.,-ii.iv -..'I ' WKBBi 4vn
not - r i 1 54 Flfth-street. beti Dace and Bint.
OAND Y ! , OAND X,
i v II ): .j- -i:
mm Mi 11'.''' 7,'ll . . M, .'l liiT
;, i .;. ,11 . r.-' "i i .1 . i . ;i . '
l'"'-';" (Successor to Htiwt'JOt)' i.'''','",'i"'
Manuiaeturers and Wholvsale Dalr
i 1 ,','-l'i-. IH ni!' If '"' v
fm'iki 'plain -candies
.1 '. ii j i 1. 1'. . ..I .,:ii:.i V
40 MAIN" STREET, fci NCI BIN A Tl
' I ' " ; "! IJ' ':- ' inylf' '
6. W. M AC KE L FR E 8 H ,
I - Maanfcnser of ' '-'
rtMTX, SHEET-IRQ!' AND ZINO' WARE,
1 ". Baking and Seldllti Towder Box si Tie Speak.
IngTube, Keating, and Dealers in btcos, No. m
fifthtreet, Ciuoinnatl, Ohio. , . .. .,
farau Binatoi jod worn promptly attended to.
) i 1 de7sm "
qiuEyTAisE,xcij wge.
fflHE UNDERSIGN ED, HA VINO BEFIT
-sl tbu tne eauuun in the finquirer
Ditiiuius, are now prepare to lurmaii
their friends with the beat imported
Wlnei, Liquors and Olgnrs.
Baltimore Shell Ovstera served In
overr style.
dei-siu' EASTWOOD A BABQENT...
Xf OLIDAY. GOODS. We .hare just reJ
Jt JL celved a large supply or nsw Fruits, such as
Figs, Prunes, Natural Peaches, Pineapple, Black
berries aud Strawberries, assorted Jellies aud Jams,
Preserved Fruits, in endless variety delicate Old
Port, Sherry, Mailed a and Champagne Wines, form
log the largest and most complete assortment of
" good things " ever offered in the city before. For
sals, wholeaaleaud retail, by , i i.sji:-
, a. Mcdonald a co., .
idsll ' ' inland Branch StornMt West ronrlh.ilf. '
WM. II. JIALIrWlN, ATT0RNE?
AND COUNSEL LOB AT LAW and JHaster
Commissioner of the Superior and Common Pleas
Ainris. nana iiuuuing, norm west ooraerof slain
nd Thlrd-streata.
RANKLIN TTPX AND STEBE0TTP1
FOfJAflRY. It. ALLIH0N. Sneerlnlad.nA.-
ftlitiBgBtilerlals.of al u Inds. looTlael.Ue.il
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RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
CHICAGO, Great Western and North-western
CHICAGO, Great Western and North-western LINE.
NDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-HINE
RAILROADS.
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Three PaMengerTratnileaveOTnoInnitidally.froni . ,
thefootof Mill and Front streeU. ''.':
6:50 A. I.-Chtcago Mall arrives at Jndlanepelte f
at likffP. M Chicago at 10:80 YF.hi trejn
connects with all night trains ent -of Chicago lor
the West' and North-west; oennects at Indlannr'4 '..
lis with trains lor Terra' Haute; also with Pain'
trains for t ern, Logausport, Fort Wayne and To
letio. " ...
1Ji45 P. M. -Terra Hant- and Layfayette Ae-.T
oomtaooation arrives at ludiasapollsat :lo P. M.,
making dlreeteonneotions at Indianapolis with La- ;
layette traina for Ducat ar, Bpringueld, Naples, (Join
er, Hannibal and St. Joseph.
7 P. JM.ChlcaxoKxpiess arrives at Indianapolis '
at 18:1ft A. M., making cleee connections at Chicago .
with ail inorulng trains out of .Chicago. '
Blseping cars are attach sd wall the night traina
on this 'I iue.i and ran thiough to Ubicago without
change of cars. i. .n.i . - -.i . i r. .-
This is exolnairely e, Western and North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangem.nls
with, all conueclspg S'oads throughout the entire
West, guarantees nnnsual care and Ike amplest ao
oomDsouatlona to the patrons of -lhls line. .
Thai Company's xolnalv Telegraph Line Is used '
when necessary, to gqveru the movement of trains,
ai.d Loughridge s celebrated Patent Brakes, are at. , ,
lacbed to all passenger trains, by which thev eanbs
perfoctly controlled; besides all the other modern Ira- i
p.ovements necessary for the comfort aud safety ef
pAssongoraJtha joaoagers of this road hays liberally
piovkled. ...... .; i i'
limoklng-cars on thlsltne.
WBeaareyouareiD the right ticket Office before .
too purchase your tlck.to, aud ask for tickets via
Lawreureburg and lsdlaaapolls.
Fare the same. as. b any, other route. Baggage
.necked through.
XliJtODOH TICKETS, good nntll need, ean be ob
tained at the ticket offlyes, at Sponoer Uonse Oorner
uorth-wost aornsr Broad eay and Front; No. 1 Bur
uet House Corner; at Us Walant-street House, and
at Depot offloe, foot of M ill, un Front street, where
all necessary information, ruay S had.
i Omulbusea rut to and hots .oh train, and will
oall for passengers at all tiotelj and ail parts of the
oity, bl leaving Lddreoa at ell tr office. V
, ' W H. L. NOBLE, ,
D0H - ni hi fii.!,i,:i -i 'Oangrai Ticket A geot, ,
NOV EMBER 14,1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
IX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
Sixth-street Depot. , -.
Trains run thruujrh to Cleveland Saodoaky, To ,
ledoanil Inillauapoiin without change of cars.
Through Ticseta for all Eastern, Western, North. ,
n and North-westorn cities. , , ,
K A.J1. RXPItRMM TILATM Knr Ramlllnn.
Kicbuiond,Inuiunapolis, Luiaette, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Connects at Richmond with 0. ami
C. ltitad for Logaunport; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac. ,. ...
710 A. HI. TRAIN-For Dayton, Springfield,
8atuluskv. Toledo aud (Jhlcajzo. This train niuk.s .-
close cuiiiieutivu. with eti truina uuxipg Chicago the' k
same evening, aiho connects at urban roa utr
H'MRfe; at Belletbntalne with B. and 1. R. R., East
and West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad . East ami West: at Clyde with ,
Cleveland and Toledo Balfroad trains for Clevelundr
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, W lu- -Chester
and Muncie. ,
iv A. m. sJk.rttispiTKAini roruieveiana
via Delaware for' Dunkirk, Buftalo, Beaton, New
York, and all Eaatern cities, Also connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and .
uaaiem ciiiea. . . . ,
3i40 P. 11. I'll AIN For HamiUon.RlchmonJ '
Indianapolis, Terre Hante and Saint Louis; i :"
nectsat Hamilton for Oxford, Ac. .
oiiivr, in. TiSAsrs nor vayron, npringneia
Bellefontaine. Lima. Toledo. Detroit. Cnloauo. ana
all points in Canada. Connectaat Bellefontaine with
j). ana -1. u. n., x.asi ana west. - 1 -t
J liHO P. OI. BXPUBnM TRAIN For 01eve -land
via Delaware for Dunkirk,. Buffalo, Boston,'
lit. luift, nun .in r, iu bium. nw,vuiiuti;ig.t
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
aud all Eastern cities.
The nlglit Kxpress Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:3(1 P. M.,Uavos daily r.xcxpr Satuboais. All other: .
trains loava daily bxokpt BuaBAXs;
1," , U I f . I I1.L.. . 1. ik.
Ticket oinces north-east corner Front and Broad
way; no. ley w ainuc-sireui, near uiuson nouse; at
tbs new Ticket Otnce, on the west side of Vlno-atreet,
k.iuniDuk,M..j DnM. ir.....t,i..a.i....i
street House, or at the Sixth-street Dopot. .
noii v. jioi.Aitn.CT. anportntenaent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIIRST TRAIR'DAY BXPKSS AT 10
1 A. M., connects via Cohimbhs and Cleveland;
via" Oolumbns, Bteubenvlll and Pittsburg;- via
Oolnmbns. Oreuline and PlttBburg; via Oblnm-
one ana Donair I n ueenus ).. aiso, lor epruigneio.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations. ' '
rJIiCONU TKAIN-'Columbta Aocommodatlo
at 4i4ll s.M. This train stops at all stations be. '
tween (IlnCinnatl and Columbus, and Cincinnati and '
Springneld. .. .. -
THIRD TRAIN Night Express at IliHO P.
SL, connects via iColnmbnsand Bellalr(Wheellug);
via Columbus, Orestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Oolnmbns and
Cleveland. ' ,.
Tbls Train stops at Loveland. Morrow, Xenia
and London; SLEEPINGCAB8 0N THIS TRAIN.
IHTTbe Dr' Express runs through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steubenvllls, without
change ol oars.
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving-Cincinnati
at HiiiOP. M runs daily, exoept SATURDAYS.
The other Trains run daily, exoept SUNDAYS.
for all information, and Through Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland, ,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the OOices, Walont Street House, No. 4 Bur- '
net Honee, southeast eomoref Broadway and frost
streets, and at the Haatorn Depot. 1
Trains mn by Colombo, time, which Is seven mlu- 1
fttes faster than Ciuoinnatl time. -!(,..:,-.
TH t J. DTJBAND. Snp't.! 1
, OmnlbosM oall forpassengers by leaving directions
at the Ticket Ofllces.' - nolt
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Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
, ' THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. &
Two Daily Trains lor, Vinoonues, Cairo and St.
Loiiis.aUiaiA. U.,and7:30P. M. , .,
-.xvy9". AiaiH. jtur Aiuuejvuie, at jjsu a. si ,
a:ooi m.,ana7:su V.Jl. r. . - .
One Train for Eransville at T:0 P. M,
The Trains! connect at 81. Louis for all points 11 -
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qrilncy and Keo. ,
kuk; at St. Lonls aud Cairo for Memphis. Vioksbura. -Natchez
and New Orleans. ' "ai'uf'
One Tli tough Train on Sunday at 7:30 P. M.
nEiinuimu-rast ijine iieavcs Blast St. Louis,
natl umif :M " ' rrhln' Cinrlnl
toBEM TAiH-Leaves East St. Louis dally at 4:(0
P.M., arriving at Cincinnati at h:jj A.M. . ,
, , . lOlt TUBOCOU TICKETS . i
To all pplnu West ai d South, please apply at the
S?rAhK5li-S fe.SU'b nd , .
,iC ' u juuiibo, uurtier oince,
norni-wesicornar oi f ront ana Broadway, Spencer
House Cnico, andat the Depoticoruer Front and MllT.
yuiutvunvn von tvs yiBBPIHjnrH. 0CJ9
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD. Great Through Route for
. TBBB I3A6TB, h- " ' ' '
ouiCAOri. " ...
C'iANSPOBT.
PERU, : ' ,' ir ,
ijV-r
fOBT WAtNH i
oonnections for all other W wu.ru and iorWX, L. ' "
'its. This Train also ccoueots at Richmond wilh '
uciuaa.i auuuuioago ncads. fur Andeiaon, Koko.
GLai l rnsS points on auask Vall.y
Galena, Qiilacy, Prairie da Chien, Pant. Peuris! ' '
Dtioleith.Hacine, Decatar.'Bloomlngttmi JolM. La '
Salle,St,Panl,andalltvwBsandoltiesln IheNorth 1
west. .-I " . w.'i ;
JMnPhrongli Tioketa given and Baggage ohecgrg
It 1111 lUaf 1(1(1 . Ill 1 1 WIAIlHffv. HI Mill if II . Natrtlu
For furtherlnformatlun and Throngb Tickets. a. ' '
Broadway; Mo. 161 Walunt street, near Fonrth; at
south-east corner of Fonrta and viae street, or at
the Sixtb-ttroet Dejpofc . ,
. y , JX H, MOhBOW. inner ntendent.
Omnlbtutes will call for passung jn nv taailna thai
at either of the Tick,
J 1.&-JMaKW 8, bl. LOt IS A OHIdA.
8:4(1 e. m, IKDIANAPOLIK, CHICAGO A 8T
LOUISNlQliT EXPJtKia.'bVaboys Oralis 5ft ,
olose connections at Indianapolis, LararotteandUhl. ., .
i rains lor lerre name, Hprlngnold, Rock
I"d, Oalesbtirg, Kenbsba, Lal'fesse, Jaokaonvltlr,
alllTIIIl
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Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD. Great Through Route for W. H. SMITH, Agent.

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