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The Prince of Parisian Thieves.
Persons rob one another every day;
but he must have been a clever fellow
who robbed the Prefecture of polioe (the
head police offioer in Paris;) and this a
man did, whose name has become histo
rical Beaumont. He was the Jack
Sboppard among th.i thieves.
When Beaumont aooompusuea toe
immortalizing feat (among his brethren)
he had just returned from the Bagne (the
galley) at Brest It took place in the
days of the celebrated Vidocq. He
actually robbed the strong box at the
head polioe offiee; and this box contained
not only bank notes, but all the jewelry
whioh is found, or in any way comes into
the hands of the polioe. After his return
from the galleys he frequently oalled
upon M. Henry, the principal offioer of
the second division of police; and these
visits were made under pretence of making
certain revelations, or giviDg useful infor
mation, in the hope of becoming attached
to the polioe himself.
Henry's office was next to the cash
ier's office. In going and coming, Beau
mont hnd keys made to fit them. This
was doubtless a great point gained, but it
wns not all: it was necessary to watch a
moment when the cashier was out, not at
home, or having left his offioe, and when
M. Henry, who never scaroely was absent,
should be away. Everything turns well
for those who .choose to wait patiently.
Beaumont found the long-watched.for op
portunity, and as he never did anything
hastily, he did all at his ease this time,
and as cleverly as quietly. He put on a
blaok ooat belonging to II. Henry, a dross
then little worn, exoopt by those in high
offioe; he walked down stairs and went to
the nearest guard house, asked for tho
officer who took him for some high official,
and two soldiers were sent with him,
without the least difficulty.
Beaumont gravely placed them, one at
each end, of the corridor, with strict
orders to let no one pass until further
directions. It was very daring, but
equally sure. When he had made his
selections among heaps of precious things,
and filled his pockets with gold and jew
els, ho passed one of the sentitinels, and
"That's right my friend. I am going
to the head director's. Everything! must
remain as I left ituntillmy return; 1 shall
soon be back; let no one pass. "
But the offioe hours arrived, and all the
olerks,too, high and low.
"You can't passl" they were told.
So they all went oat, and walked up
and down the yard. Some, however,
went around, at fast, tired of waiting to
the other entrance. .
"You can't passl" saluted their ears
Then came the heads of the polioe,
und lastly, M. Henry himself, who did
not take matters so quietly. He ran to
the guard-house. The offioer knew noth
ing of the rank orjname of the functionary
who had asked for a guard. To release
the soldiers from their duty, the minister
of the police had to be sent for, and they
got in. If a thunderbolt had fallen among
them all, they could not have been more
dumb foundod. The strong box was rifled,
and the ground strewn with rejected val
uables. Who could have done it? To
whom attribute the audacious aot? All
the persons employed were nnder examin
ation and suspioion, when Beaumont was
betrayed by a comrade, and condemned
a second time. He had stolen several
hundred thousand francs, the greator
part of which was found upon him.
Riots Choatb on Patriotism. There
is a love of country .which comes uncalled
for, one knows not how. It comes in with
the vory air, the eye, the ear, the instincts,
the first taste of mother's milk, the first
beatings of the heart The faces of broth
ers ana sisters, and the loved father and
mother1 tho laugh of playmates, the old
willow tree, and well, and school house,
tho bees at work in the spring, the note
of the robin at evening, the lullaby, the
cows coming home, the singing book, the
catechism, the visits of neighbors, the
the general training all things which
made childhood happy, begin it; and then
as the ege of passions and the age
of the reason draw ou, and love,and
the sense of home and security
and property under law, comes to life
and as the story goes round, and as the
book or the newspaper relates the less
favored lot of other lands, and the public
and the private sense of man is forming
and formed, there is a type of patriotism
already. Thus they had imbibed it who
stood, that charge at Concord, and they
who hung deadly on the retreat, and
they who threw up the hasty and imper
fect redoubt on Bunker Hill by night, set
on it the blood-red provincial flag, and
passed so calmly with Frescott and Put
nam, and Warren, through the first fire.
The Most Ctjbiocsof Books. Perhaps
the most singular bibliographic curiosity
is that which belonged to the family of
the Prince de Ligne, and is now in France,
it is entitled: Liber PaBsionis Nostri
Jesu Christ!, cum characteribus nulla
materia compoeitii. This book is neither
written nor printed! The whole letters of;
the text are out out of each folio upon
.i . . i i ... i r i
ine nnesi venum; ana neing lnierieavea
with blue paper, it is read as easily as
the best print The labor and patienoe
bestowed on its completion must have
been excessive, especially when the
pricision and minuteness of the letters
are oonsidered. The general execution
in every respeot, is indeed admirable,
and tho vellum is of the most delioate and
eimtly kind. Kodolphus II, of Germany,
offered for it, in 1640, 11,000 ducats,
whiuh was probably equal to 60,000 at
this day. The most remarkabls oiroum
Htame conneoted with this literary
treasure is, that it bears the royal arms
of England, but it can not be traced to
havo ever been in this oountry.
A Buncombe Fenob. Lawyer "Now,
Mr. A, was the fence alluded to
pood, strong fencer"
Uncle VPrn-'Tes, ' ;$
Lawyer. "Well, what sort of a fence
Unole Will, (holding in.) "It was
Liuncombe fenoe, sir."
Lawyer, (thinking he had cornered the
old gent) ''Now, Dquire, will you oblige
the court by giving your definition of
Kncle WiJL "A Bunoombe fenco, sir,
is a fence that ', ia bull strong, horse high
and pig tight!".. ,
Uncle Will was dismissed from the
stand, and retired with flying oolors.
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No. 1—January 7, 1860.
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Scott ChrtstopherStrawherry Geo
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Shotwell S W
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Sanford 8 B
Stevens John 1
Stephens E R
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Spiigue A W
Simmons Dan H
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Stanley B F
Slawson Chas B Steibly John
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Williamson JasT Wells A J Warth Charles
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Wagner John Waltersft Co JW Wallow Joseph .,
Warden W 8 Winchester 8 8 Wheler James '
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J. L. VATTIER, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN COVINGTON POST
OFFICE January 7, 1W0 1
Ames Wm Atkinson J R Acker Mrs Nancy
AdamssonGeo Allen Alfred F Brothers Miller
Barr Geo W Bryan Mrs E Berry Miss II
Hnv.n Mfirlln Rlnm M iaiwa l.fc A Hprrv UnMoTV
Beall Albert Bunns Thomas Brosnohan MiasK
Bishop M n T Boster Job.
Callinan Mich J Corcora James
Conrad Marg CallaghsnMrsE
Collins L ConlinMissM
ChozaHy Childers M
Coli-man Jas A Oolins M iss E E
r.rawfnrri Mrs H TollinsJohnW
Crittenden Rev L
Chalfant F P
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Dunn Mrs M A Dallins MrsSldneyDusinberry 0 A
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Deglow ft Bro
Davis Kleazor Duffy Patrick
Korsh Miss Mary Frankelberry E
Feagler J C Fanning George
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Gray Jas 3 Glover Henry
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Hugbey MissS Hartjohn
Hall Mrs C ' Harris Mrs J A
Fits patrick M
iialhawav Henry Hewitt Mrs 8 A Haakes MiM M A
HarrisB Hughcy MissL F Handel John
HundemanJB Hartery Bridget Johnson Mary A
Irum Judge T . Inkier Wm , James Henry P,
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KnUht Jno and P Kelly Miss Ann
Longsboie Mrs R Loll Thos
Litilefield Henry Lewis Jno T
Lyon David Loon Mrs M
Layman 0 A Lohn Edward
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Ludlow Mrs O A
Moran Mrs Mary
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Morrissey Mrs M Mahan Mrs Mich's
Oliver David W O'Bryon Miss L E
Owen Miss MartbaO'Ilrien TGSJT Okins Mike
Price Jno Pain Wm Pate Mrs Mary
Penny Miss 8 Pellett Rev J H J Parker David 8
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Reed J A
Robinson J W
Regan M IJ
Hansom C, W
Stearns Mrs EC
Sinclair N H
Slater J D
Storks Mrs M A
Shinkle V ft W
Snmlford B F
Bnearl J Vi
Thompson Col F
Tomes Miss M
Tillman M 8
Thompson Miss E
Thornbury P A
TiDetts 11 r
Wolf Mrs AM
Wagensworth 8 E
W. D.HOLT, P.M.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN THE NEWPORT
IV Post office. January 7. I860:
Anns Andrews uoycejuna A
Ballev Edith .
Carter E C
Connor Maria; W
yoie u a.
Evans Anne J
Fou Iks T
Haines Carrie E
Lewis W A
Dedrick C M
Edwards J 8
Gerhard J K
Heude J D
Haughton D W
Girts Nancy M
Guylord O 0
Harwell J F
Morrill D W
Neele Lottie V
O'Corman JanoF O'Netl Caroline
Perrin Mary O
Parker 8 F
Raymond W H
Soott Ellen ,
Sobs Mr i
Ted row W
Trainer 3 H
Worcester H ' 1
Wasner Sarah 1
1'oplno Mary J
Parkinson Manrr'tPorter W
Richards J hanfov 1
hanfov Mrs M
Rose Miss F
Steirs Sarah ,
Slockett E X
Thornton Mary T Gey N
Ted row II
Voice Sarah B
Wade J B
Smith Sarah M
LIST OF LETTERS J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
HARRISON t COLLINS'
T1ENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY. eor
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time, show a single instance wherein they have failed
to proserve their contents.
. i i .1 . it- 1r ..i ..11,. 11 . .( .
. rv itu iuih oar a we VUUllUUgO ll U.IIUlHlblVlVU, n.
leins the beat Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Bnrglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment la the Union, and the
enrlv fsillnff Unit, to forfeit to the other, the sum
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at leas
ooat, than any other manufacturer to the United
econi-nand Maine or other makers, also on nana.
Tveresnectruiiv invite tne nnnuc to can anaezani
ine our stock before nnrcnasmg eisownere.
HALL, U&IIKOLL 4 UO.,
angl2-vt Nos. 18 and 17 East Colombia street.
Wt B. D0DDB.
Formerly of Hall.Dodds A (Jo.; late Drban.Uod Jl 0o,
W. It. Dodds &, Co.,
if ajrovAorrrnng or rue 11
Fire and Burslar ' Proof
P El S!
8. VT. Corner of Vine A Second Street.
This Is the most reliable TIBI AND BDBOLA
PBOOF 8AFK that is made in the United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower nrioes. and Is of better wotkmacshla than
oan be found elsewhere., .
We bare a large assortment on hand, and are ds
lernuaea to eu as prices mat cannot lau to please.
Taken In exchange. BBOOND-HAND BAFI8 al
wars on pano at extremely low prices. stjj
(CHRISTMAS GOOllal JOUN BAl'Kd
J has on hand a choice variety of luxuries for the
appToaohinf festlva season. Something for all I La
dles and gentlemen, large folks and little folks: snob
as new Balslns. ties. Currants. Prunes. Nnta. Citron.
fresh Peaehes, Strawberries and Floe-apples, Jellies
and Preserves, Lobsters, Salmon and Sardines,
Oysters, Fresh. Core, Spiced and Pickled, Isinglass
iuu ueiatine. me orauu iukhtui, rort, Bnerry,
Catawba and Oharaeugne Wines. Jamaica Rnm.
Scotch and Irish Whisky, to- Gentlemen will pleass
jot forgot that the choicest Havana Cigars are to
nan at national i neater uaiiaing, nycamore-street
MAKES AND; REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS In a superior manner. Satisfactory
Corner of Front.
RBM0VAL. E. OSMOND, H.
Dentist, hat removed to J7SCVlne-stret, near
TOtrth. opeoelte tbe Oan Offlrw. no tiw
VSTILIiIAM filiSEt, 'ATTORNEY
wT ATXAW.iJhassBoJldiBfs.Ho. llartThlrt.
INSURANCE. 7 yy
BY STATE" AtT,TH0BIT x.
ncoroorateill$19. Charter Perpetdal
ssaTAseney establlahedin Olndnnatiin 1H'J5. an
tedating all present local Insurance uompaiiiea ano
Agencies in the Insurance business in , thta oity. JJ
rears constant duty aere.qomb tied with wealth, e
erlence,onterpriBe and liberality, especially oom.
mend the ITNA Ineurance (Jonipany to the favora
ble patronage of thi eommnnlw-tandlngsoUtarjr
and alone, the sole anrvivor and living aloneer ol
GlnolnnatlanderwritorsoflSi'JS. 1 ' 1
Leasee V'UftXoti SV '
UBSOLUTM a'ND IMPAIBBD. VrTH A
SURPLUS OF $1,030,423 SO.
Anil the prestige of 40 years success ana expeveuoe.
i llVKBTllKSTI OF '
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF IA,0pO,OOO,
Have been paid by the 2Ktna Insuranoe Company in
an ...i i a Hii.iniion.-Bisks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair prpBta,
epeoial attention given to insurance vi
adOontonta, for terms of lto &y a.
. i .....!,.- . .A an m v . nth nr lied Ateni
sromptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
f...u... rn.nPanu l.iainna. thl flnmnanv is enabled
toofier both Indemnity for the past and seourltyfor
tbe future. V licHsissneawituoaiueiBy T
JAS. II. Oi tlSitt, Agnat, no. igm.i,
A. F. PATO i, Assistant Agent. ,
H. K.. UND ET, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J.QOOB& (, Agent. Fnlton. 17th Ward. n
WESTKBN INSURANCE C0MPANI
I OP CINCrSNATI.
aTFFICB IN THE SECOND BTOKY OF
1-F No. '1 Front-strict, between Main and Sycamore.
Tin DimuilT a tnKIOf (iro, tninuu auu juanue
Bisks at current rates of pteiulura.
Losses hiirly atuustea ana promptly para,
tFEckert, V Ball, BWFomeroy,
William Glenn, WOWhlwher, W O Mann, i ,
Robert M itchell, W II Oonistook, LOB Stone, '
Bout Buohanan, CO Shaw, . Oeo Stall.
Wm Sellew, Both Evans, ' JHTaaffe,
David Gibson, 11 Bracbman, J ulsbam, .
H Clearwater, , Xhos M Blliott.
I A . r . VO.IlLk A riUDIIIOllr.
Stiphrn Mobbr, Secretary. no8
Fire and Marine Insurance.
eas m '
Citizens Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood, Isaac O. Oopelen,
James F. Cunningham, (Sydney 8. Clark,
Andrew Brkenbrecher, Joseph Beakirt,
Geo. W. Bishop, ' Wm. Fisher,
George B. Dixon.
ISAAC O. COl'iiLEN, President;
Oxo. W. Oopilem, Beoretary.
A. M. BOSS, Surveyor.
T nrenared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
k sks. on i&vorHDie terms, vuiwflu.. eni Aiiiru-
street, rust uo. -uuituiug. . . jiuduiiu
National Insurance Co.,
, Cincinnati, Ohio.
(Office South-west Cor. Main and Vtont-streeta.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
TAKEN AT CCUKENT BATB8.
John Burgoyne, I M Smith, Bobsrt Moore,
win nepwortu, uums u juwiv, m rwuiioimor,
F X Wiedemer. Tbos Ong, B W Smith,
J L Boss. Thos .B Biggs, Henry Ellis.
11. U. uunitri, Bsc y. ouutruina,r.
noSbtm P. A. Hpbiomas, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHE D IN 1829.
OFFICB NO. 4 FRON T-STRBET. IN
8DBKS against Loss and Damage by Fire;
Perils of the Sua and Inland Navigation. ,
Juo.W Hartwell, Allen Collier, , 'William Besor.
JohnWBllis, Jamus Lap toil, Chan. W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Frazer, J W Can field,
T wooarow, a in w xayior, ao wiusiow.
8 Williams, U McBlrney, Bowman C
i juiin w. 11 A
ai rr all, rresiueut.
Q. w. Wiuluhs, Beoretary.
! 1 FIRE AND DIAKINK. i
Eagle Insurance Company,
J. W. GAKBISCS, President,
S. W. REEDEK, SecreUry.
Directors Henry Kessler, Anthony Kay,
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel H. Waft, George
Townley. Smith Betts. ' .
BURvavoas J. i. jjawaorana nana naaor.
no tuns sjSU04n jj
elhtieod qn uor)4d
:ew)B-B,qoiniojj pa Jtoj-uMW 'ioq "a.
00 S HHECVH 'M
sjeiioffpue sounmv siqeiMj 'to 'fjmnoa
qi50 Samog -aiexoedl anou 'seuiouT um g
(1UJ epuu pun aouuu mun y, I'll"" iwt -mvui BJarT-
ioi BNoais hi aa xad 'sazi9 11
'SHIHP99J: PUB UJOQ
2umH p SriipuiJQ 9iq4Joa
WILSON, GABLICK it CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
; ' MERCHANT'S,
IT.BALERS IN LIVE AH,D DRESSED
B W u DaA l.u.rf IVhi.Vv V l :
ml- uva. i via, uwu, . Ill . u 11 II ,
Office uorth.west corner Sixth nd Main-streets,
Cincinnati, opposite the Qalt Uonae. -
The undersigned having form d a copartnership
in the General Produce aud Commission Business,
under the style of Wilson, Gariiok A Co., respectfully
tender their services audsollcitl.be patrouaije
their friends und the pujilio. Particular
paid to buying ana selling Hogs, whisky, flour,
.iratu, ao. jiueir vuarMrw wiu.uo as uiouurute
any other good honse in theasty
Refer to the
ou ante ol ciuoiuuau generally
A. WILSON, Jr.,
U. T, OABLICK,
It. T. BARB.
llUOFlll(i ! HOOFING
rrUHE OTJTCALT ELASTIC ME
JL TALLIO BOOFIMG" is offered to the
an the beat and cheapest Metal Boof now used,
merits tested by an experience of years in this
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep; old or
buildings. Mo Holder used fastened securely
exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part
the United States, can be applied by any one
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly
UAIJlTf nuu OL w,
133 West Second street.
Feathers "and Winter Millinery,.
Of every description, which I am selling at a smsl
advance on Kew Tork prices, wholesale and retal,
J. WEBB, Jr.,
not l.,Vt Filth-street, bet, linos and Elm.
G AND Y I OAND7
' 23:. NT. OXaA.Zl.:G&v
Maanfactureri and WhoUsale XreaDirt
'" " " ' ':;;::.??::..
FINE AND tlW qAKDIBS,
40 1 MAIN STREET. CIKCWMATI
1 ' f,t' m
C. Y. MACKELFRECH,
r. m, .. MnaaCaetarer srf ,
TIN, SHEBT-IKON AMD ZINO WARS,
Baking and Beldlits rowtlw.Box m, Tin Speak
ing Tabs, Roofing, and Dealers In Hte-es, No.
rifth-street,Cinelnnatl,Ohio. ' ;'
sxsT All kinds el Job Work promptly attended
W" M. II. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND 0OCNBKLL0R AT LAW and
Oommlsiloner of the Superior and Common
Courts. Bank Building, north west cont.rof
nd Third-stream . ; .
TYPE AND BTXRB0TTP1
B. AOLinON. BueerintwM
KtaU.ra 1. Uda. 1 Ik Tiki
LIST OF LETTERS J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M. RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Shortest Bsits between Ctnelmatl
j.. . . sum UhleiitTe.. i. ! (.!T
ThrM) PuaenasrlrainsleaveOlDiMnnatldaflT. fron
thefootofMllland Front streets ,
BiSO A. Bl. Chicago Mail arrives at Indianapolis
atlftri) P. M., Chicago at 10:30 P. 11. This train
ojnnocta with all night trains out of Chicago for
toe West ana 'ItoriB-weaii -connects ni luuieoap". .
I with trains lur xerre name: also witn ret u
rains for i'ern. Logausport, Fort Wayne and To
ledo. ' 1.1 1 ' ' ' i i ;
,l'At49 P. M. Terre Baute and Layfayette Ao- .
cemiuuuation arrives at Iudlanapolis at 6:16 P.M.,
making direct connections at Indianapolis with La
layette trains for Decatur, Hprlngfleld, Naples, Ouln-
&f, Hannibal and St. Joaepn,
7 l. 1TI. uuiumu ,pio arrives at AUUlllDspoils
at 13:16 A. M., making clese connections at 0bicao
witu an morning trains out oi unicago.
ISIeepIng oars are attached to all the night trains '
ob this line, and run through to Chicago without
Ohange of oars. - ,,v , ... , ,
. This is exclusively a western ano North-western
route, and with favarable and reliable arrangements
with all connective; roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and the amplest ac
commodations to the patrons of tills line.
Tbe Company's exclusive Telegraph Line Is used
when necessary, to goveru the movement of trains, .
aud Loughridges celebrated Patent Brakes, are at-
tacneu to ail paasenger trains, y wuicn tnsy canoe
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern tm
provementa necessary ior tne comiurt aua sniety oi
pasBengers,.the mtaugort of this road have liberally
piovided. , -
Dmoaiug-oars oa tnisnne. '
aW Bo sure yoa are I n the right ticket offioe before
ron purcnaae your fici.sts, ana asK lor tickets via
Fare the earn 1Mb; any other route. Baggage
eoeeked throngu. -
TUROUUH TI0KKTS, good until used, can be oh
Mined at the tick it offloee, at Spenoer Hoti Oornor
aartb-west corn Broadway and Front; I!o. 1 Bur
uot House Corner; at the Walaut-streot Bonse, and
at Depot oflloe, foo of Mill, on Front street, where
allnecestiary in (onaatios may be had.
Omnibuses run to and (robt isaoh train, and w
call for passenger at all Ooteli aud all parte ot tLS
city, bl leavinil aidress at elth r office.
I W, il. Ii. UBL,8i,
nolt - General Ticket Agent,
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAIL7 TRAINS XEAVH TBI
Trains run through .to Cleveland Sao dusky , To-.
ledoand Indianapolis without Changs of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, Bortn.
srn and North-western cities.
OA, 91. KXPRKS8 TRAIN For Hamilton,
Kiohmond, Indianapolis, Lalayette, Chicago, aud all
Weetern Cities. Connecte at Richmond with U. and
0. Boad for Loganeport; also connects at Hamilton
lot uxioru, ao.
7ia0 A. M. TB.AIN For Dayton, Springfield,
snduskr. Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same eveninir. Also connects at TJaBANa roa Oo 1
i.umsub; at Bellefontaine with B. and I. R. B., Bast
and West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad East and West; at Clyde with
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad trains for Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
10 A. M. EXPRESS TRAIN For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, end all Eastern cities. AlsoconnectsatUreit
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, aud
Kastern cities: - , .
3 1 40 P. I1. TRAIN For Hamilton, Biohmooj
inaianapoiiB, Torre name ana Saint x,ouia;i
Hamilton for Oxford, Ac.
SiUIIP. Iti. TRAIN For Davton. Srirllilrneld.
Boliefontaine, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, ana
a'llpointe in Canada. Connects at Bellefontaine with
d. and I. B. B Baatand West.
lliitO F. M. KXPRES TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
Mew York, aud all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, '
and all Kastern cities. -
sWThe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M., leaves daily Excapr Satvudays. All othor
trains leave daily exoept SuaSAYS;
Forfurthor Information and 'fickots, apply at the
Ticket ofticoa north-east corner Front and Broad
'way; No. 169 Walnut-strt, near Gibson Bouse; at
the new Tloket Offioe, on the west side of Vine-street,
betweenPo8totHce and Burnet Bouse: at the Walnut,
street Uotue,or at the Sixth-street Depot.'
noli D. MolaBBN. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three i'; Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trslus. ;
First traih day bxpress at 10
A. UL, connecte via Oolumhus and Cleveland)
via Columbus, Hteubenvllla and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Ciiluin. '
bus and Bellair (WbeeilBg). Also, for BprlugUeirt.
This train Btops between Cincinnati aud Columbus,
nt mi tun principal matiunH.
- 8KCUND TRAIN-Columbus Accommodation
t4i4tf. M. This train Btops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
THIRD TRAIN Night Express at ItiUO I".
M., connects via Columbus and Bellair (Wheeling))
via Uoltimbne. Crestline aod Pittsburg; via Coliim
has SteubenviHe and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
This Train stops at Lovelaud, Morrow. Xenla
and London. BLKBPINGCABS ON THIS TBA1N. .
VTbe Day KXprees runs throngh to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Stenbenvllle, witbont
change t oars, ,
The NIOUT KXPUKi-B Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11 1,10 P.M., runs dally, except SATURDAYS.
ti'o umur xruius mil umiy ,ejiupt ouniAlD.'
lTnr ull trifnrnintinn. nnii Thrdiift, Tii-.kcr.u tn n.ta.
ton, Now York, Phlladeliiliia, Baltimore, Washing.
ton, uunaio, niagara satis, imniira, uieveiaua,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Kastern places,
nppiy actueunices, tvainutotmit nouse,riio. s nur
net House, south-east cornor of Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Kastern Depot.
Trains ran br Columbus time, whloh Is seven min
utes faster than Clnoinna'l time,
J. DUB AND, Bnp't.
Omnibuses cal' forpsssengers by leaving directions
at the Ticket UraVes. noU ,
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
, THBOTJGH WITHOUT. OHANGE OF CABS.
, Two Dully Trains lor Tlucounes, Cairo and St,
touis, St 7:20 A. M;, and 7:11 P. M.
Throe Daily Trains for Louisville, at 7:20 A.M.
fctlu P. M., and 7:80 P. MZ -
One Train for Kvansville at 7:30 P. M.
The Trains connect at St. Louis for all Points In
Kansas und Nebraska, Hannibal, Qutncy aud Keo
kuk; at Ht. Louis und Cairo for Memphis, Vleksborg,
Natchez and New Orleans. ...
Oue Through Train on Sunday at 7:30 f. M.' ' ' '
Ketubnino Fast Linst-Loaves Bast St; Louis.
Snudays excepted, at 6:60 A. M., arriving at Oincin.
BXPBIS8 Tbain Leaves Kast St. Louis dally at 1:0U
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:26 A.M. ,,
T FOB THBOUUH TI0KKT8 HJi' I.
To all points West al ii South, please apply at the
offices, Walaut-ttree t House, between Sixth and j
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
north-west corner of Front aud Broadway, Speucer
House Office, and at the Popot, corner Front and Mill
Streets. W. H. CLKMSN'r.Gen'l.Superintendent.
Omnibuses call for passengers. - oca r
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
. l.Ari vim . ..
TWO DAILTTHBCCflH T IA1N8 IeaTeWi thstreH
uisoi, at e a. si, ana s:ou r. m.
. m-.miif ii a apoi,b, t, lo ii
00 FaJiT.Eif Biaj.TU6idirect,m4mg.:loe. I
oonneotlons for all ether W tern and North-weutero 1
points. This Train also m onset at Blohmond with .
Oinclnaatl and Chicago Boads, for Andetsoa, Koko. 1
molMvuott, aif all poluU oa Wabask T alley '
3:10 P.' M;-IrnIANAPOLIs', 0H1OAOO gr. '
LO018 NIGHT BXPBKSS.-The above Trains make
oago.wlth Trains Torre Haute, Springfield, Bock I
Island, Oaleabnrg, Kenosha, LaOrosse, Jacksonville, i
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Oaleea. Qnlnov. Pndrte da Chleu, Pans, Peoria! -
Danleltb.Baeine, Deeatnr, B'oomlngton. Jollet, L
Salle, Bl. Paul, and all tuwns and cities U tbe Morlb '
sKsr-Tbreagh Tickets given and Bsaibm ehk
lTnrfnrther Information and ThrouB Vloketa.as,
ply to Ticket Offloes, north-east oorner of Fiont and
iy to i ihvi vuiwtuwiaMi mn. oi siont ano
roadway: No, lay Walnnt street, near Fourth; at
uth-oast eornsrof Fourth and Tiae street. or 3 '
4fca fll KthltMAt DawiI.
D. M. MOBBOW, Superfntendsnt.
Cmnlbusos. will eall for aasseaaan by leeTUs tbelf
naioea atslthsr ef the Xleket 6a c. ,rp' "
M I W.H. BiHTH.Aitut,!