Over lit purpling . '
The day goes down to the dark -
And the heps sgain Is wrecked Tor me!
That shun with her goldeo bark.
Icall'totheshlosof Morn, ', "..'
"Whatcheer from th Isle of SlmSe ?"
And whipered tones, like echoes bora
Of faviltt that in hlf afraid
Com back -"the tide eats In
Whsre black and bared lies the sand; ,
Tak beartl there's bM of peace to win,
Beyond the wreck-strewn strand!'.
But, alas! on the snore I wait, " ';
Where the him once frolloVd free.
Dot no bark drawa near with golden freight
Of love aud trust to me. .
The royal fleet of Day
With I he wealth of worlda float by,
Unheeding the trembling hand ( ralao, .
Or aiylow despairing ory. , ;
I am weary of ths strife -i "
Of angry waters near
For 1 bear the roar of the wavea of Ufa,
from trie strand K bleak and bare.
And I long for the (lood-tlile now,
To hail the phantom bark, '
With its nil.ty sails and skeleton KOWi
Bearing away for the dark.
The Desperate Duel between Jackson
The famous duel between Jaokson and
Dickinson is generally ', known, but
Parton's recent lifo of tho former gives an
oxeollent account of the affair with some
circumstances that are now: .
Dickinson's second won the ehoico of
position, and Jaokson's the office of giving
tho word. Tho astute Overton considered
this giving of the word a matter of great
importance, and he had already deter
niinod how he would give it, if the lot fell
to him. The eight paces were measured
off, and the mon placed; both were per
fectly collected. All the politeness of
such occasions was strictly and elegantly
performed. Jaokson .was dressed in a
loose frock coat, buttoned carelessly over
his chest, and concealing in some degreo
the extreme slendorness of his figure.
Dickinson was the younger and hand
somorman of the two. But Jackson's
tall, erect fiigure, and the still intensity of
bis demeanor, it is said, gave him a most
superior and commanding air, as he stood
under tho tall poplars on this bright May
morning, silently awaiting the moment of
"Are you ready?" said Overton.
"1 am ready," replied Dickinson.
"I am ready," said Jackson.
Tho words were no sooner pronounced,
than Overton, with a sadden shout, cried,
using his old country pronunciation,
Dickinson raised his pistol quickly and
lircd. Overton, who was looking with
anxiety and dread at Jackson, saw a puff
of dust fly from the breast of his ooat, and
saw him, raise his loft arm, and ploco it
tightly across his chest "lie is surely
hit" thought Overton, "and in a bad
place, too; but no; he does not fall." Erect
and grim as fate he stood, his teeth
olonchod, raising his pistol Overton
glanocd at Diokinson. Amazed at tho
unwonted failuro of his aim, and appalled
at tho awful figure and faco before him,
Dickinson had unconsciously recoiled a
"Great God I" he faltered, "have I
missed him?" ,
"Back to theMAKK, sir I" shrieked Over
tun, with his hand upon his pistol.
Dickinson rocoverod his composure,
stepped forward to the pog, and stood
with eyes averted from his antagonist
All this was the work of a momont,
though it requires many words to tell it
General Jackson took deliberate aim,
and pullcdtho triggor. The pistol neithor
snapped or wont off. Ho looked at the
trigger, and discovered it had stopped at
half cock. He drow it back to its placo,
and took aim a second timo. Ho fired.
Dickinson's faoe blanched; he reelod;
his friends rushod toward him, caught
him in thoir arms, and gently seatod him
on the ground, leaning against a bueh.
His trowscrs reddened. They stripped
off his clothes. The blood was gushing
from bis side in a torrent And, alas I
here is the ball, not near tho wound, but
abovo tho opposite hip, just undor tho
skin. Tho ball had passed through the
body, below the ribs. Such a wound
could not but bo fatal.
Overton went forward and learned tho
condition of the wounded man. Kejoning
his principal, ho said, "He won't want
anything more of you, General," and
conducted him from tho ground. They
had gone an hundred yards, Overton
walking on ono side of Jaokson, tho
surgeon on the other, and neither speak
in? a word, whon the surgeon observed
that ono of Jackson's shoos were full of
"My God I General Jaokson, aro you
hit?" ho oxclaimcd, pointing to tho blood.
"Oh! I believe," ropliod Jaokson, "that
he has pinkod me a little. Let's look at
it Hut say nothing about it thero,"
pointing to the house.
He opened his coat Dickinson's aim
had been perfect He had sont the hall
precisely where he supposed Jackson's
heart was beating. But the thinness of
his body and the looseness of his coat
combining to doooive Diokinson, the ball
had only broken a rib or two. and raked
tho breast-bone. It . was a somewhat
painful, bad looking wound, but neither
severe nor dangerous, and he was able
to ride to the tavern without muoh incon
venience. Upon approaching the house,
ho went up to one of the negro women
who was churning, and asked her if the
i.uttor bod come, one said it was just
coming. He asked for some buttermilk.
While she was getting it for him, she
observed him furtively open his eoat and
look within it She saw that his shirt
was soaked with blood, and she stood
azing in blank horror at the Bight
ipper in hand. He caught her eyo, and
hastily buttoned his coat again. Bhe
dinned out a auart measure fall of butter
milk, and gave it to him. He drank it off
at a draught; then went in, took off his
coat, ana had his wound oaretoJiy ex
amined and dressed. ' That done, he
dispatched ono of his retinue to Dr. Callot
to inquire respecting the condition of
Dickinson, and to say that the surgeon
attending himself would be glad to con
tribute his aid toward Mr. Dickinson's
rcliof. Polite reply, was returned that
Mr. Dickinson's case, was past surgery.
Ju tho course of tho day, General Jaok
bon sont a bottle of wino to Dr. Callot, for
the use of bis patient ... . , , , ,
iiut thero was one gratification which
Jackson could not, even in suon oircum
cumstances, grant him. A very old friend
ot General Jaokson s writes to me thus
"Although ; the '. General had ( been
wounded he did-aot desire it should- be
known until he had left the neighborhood,
and had therefore" concealed it at first
from his own1 friends. His reasons- for
this as he once stated to mo, was. that as
Dickinson ' considered himself the lost
shot in the world, and was certain of
killing him at the first .lire, he did not
want him to have the gratification evon
of knowing that he had touched him."
Peculiarity of De Quincey's Life.
Tho lifo of Do Quinocy has been orio of
vicissitudes Bomcumos strange ana ro
mantic Bomotimes horriblo and somo
times fair and most honorable. He was
born of good parentage, and loft at the
ago of seven years to the oare of four
guardians, one of whom undertook his
oducation and raising, immediately plac
ing him at sohool, whore he attained an
early classical distinction, writing Greek
before he was thirteen with faoility. Two
years after his toacher said of him to a
stranger, "That boy, sir, could harangue
an Athenian audience, better thanyou or
I oould address an English ono. Nor
was his profioienoy in othor classical and
soiontifio studies loss wonderful A mas
tor of Latin a thorough mathematician
an aouto English scholar. But school
life, and especially its associations, illy
suitod him, and early ono mormng his
room was found vacant as air. Hohad bor
rowed 10 from a lady fnond of high
rank, ond had, bofore the gray of morn
ing, set off for the groat city of London,
with littlo puvposo and very vague and
shapoloss hopes. .
When after divers advonturos, painful
and harrowing he roaohod the moving
world of London, he found himsolf, in tho
oonfused and busy thorougfares, a friend
less strangor, destitute of money and
even of comfortablo clothing homoless
and houseless on the brawling town,
walking up and down the throi?gea streets
by day, and the deserted lanes and
byways by night, tho oompanion atfd asso
ciate of the wan and dark beings of ho
manitv, who are wont thus to wander for
needy pittance of beggary or orime, that)
must alone sustain life.
Among these he found a strange associ
ate and friend ono of the many outcasts
of tender age, which ovory city yawns
upon a girl younger than himsolf, whbse
nnlv name was that of Ann a poor,
rained creature, with whom hour after
. . . 1 1 . Al
nour neroamea, eacn rjoanng tneir owu
deep sorrows, and sympathizing tho ono
with tho othor, as they shared the scanty
bread that they chanced to pick up horo
and there children both out on tho great
city of London.
And while thus associated wandering,
starving, sleeping in a great rickety house
on a pallet of straw, whioh the generosity
of a questionable tenant bestowed, bogan
tho first taking of that poison the curse
of his life.
"One night," says ho, "when Ann and
I were naoine slowly alone Oxford-street,
and after a day when I had felt unsually
ill and faint, I requested her to turn off
with mo into fcoho squaro. Thither wo
went; . and we Bat down on tho steps of a
houso, whioh to this day I never pass
without a pang of griof and an inner act
of homage to the spirit of that unhappy
girl, in momory of the noblo deed she
there porformcd. Suddonly as wo sat, I
grew much worse. 1 had been resting
my distracted bond against nor uobodi,
and all at once I sank from her arms and
fell backwards upon tho stone stops.
From the sonsations I then had, 1 folt an
inner conviction, that' if I was not re
vivor! by Bomo powerful stimulus, I should
either have died on tho spot, or should
have at least sunk to a point ol exhaus
tion, from which all roasoont undor my
friondlcss circumstances would havo soon
bcoomo hoDolcss. Then it was, at this
crisis of my fate, that my poor orphan
companion, who had herself met with lit
tle but injuries in this world, stretched
out a saving hand to mo. Uttering a cry
of terror, but without a momont' s delay,
she ran off into Oxford street, and in less
timo than could bo imagined, returned
with a glass of Port wino nnd laudanum,
that acted upon my onipty utomach
(which would at that timo have rejected
all solid food) with an instantaneous
power of rcsusoitation; and for this glass
tho generous girl, without a murmur, paid
out of hor own humblo pittanoo, at a timo,
be it remomborod, when she bad scarco
wherewithal to purohaso tho bare neccs-
ities of lifo, and when sho could not
expect mo over to bo ablo to roimburso
From this timo. or actuated by that
gnawing of hunger at tho stomach which
only opium reliovod, ho bogan tho grow
ing U80 ef that horriblo and life-doaling
poison. At length, during a temporary
separation from poor Ann, bo lost nor,
and sought for hor in vain gono no ono
know whero; gone no ono save hor grateful
associate, cared whero; and atlongth his
guardian discovering him, a reconciliation
was effected, and his return home fol
lowed; his ro-ontrancoi into oollego, his
continued success, his marriage, and
finally his fame, full-blown and command-
lug itllilv niiiuu iu ovuiu uijjujt, ouj.-
roundod by a peaceful, comfortablo homo,
whore ho might right with a calm mind,
and whence he might send, drop by drop,-
those little shining globes of his rare
But the banc of his existence was a
nevr-ooasing, relentless tormentor, tho
demon, opium, robbed him of its wonder-
tui joys, ana oniy retaining wo aiccr umo
Oi us ureuuiui uuaery.
In that remarkable book, the "Confess
ions of an English Opium-Eater," aro to
be found some of the most striking
pictures of this great gloomy vico that
one can well conceivo pictures of such
olear outline, suoh marvelous coloring
sueh pomp, such pageantry as the eye
can only imagine whon the brain is lit
up like a grand theater, ana too vision,
and heart and soul, and system is con
trolled by the magio spell of the direful,
marvelous, prodigy, opium opium, like
the rattlesnake, that shines, and dazzles,
and strikes to kill. r
WHion Had , ihb Advantaob? Tom
Hohbs was a queer fellow in his day, and
lived in a place somewhoro down in what
is callod Ocean County, New Jersoy.
Tom would drink like a fish, and whon ho
hod takon his fifth glass of a morning, no
man possessed moro shrowdness. . When
in this condition, and in his happiest
mood, Tom ono morning mot a contloman
on horseback, whom ho had nover pui
his eyes upon boforo. As is cuatomary
in tho country, Tom immediately accosted
him: "Ab, horo you aro, my good follow,
how d'yo do? Upon my honor, it does
my heart eood to see you onoo moro.
llow's yonr family, and the old woman?
w nave nt soon ncr tnis long time!
When is she coming down to soo my
wife? ' "I am quite well, : I thank you,"
said ttho gentleman; "but indeed, sir, you
havo tho advantagol" "Advantagot. my
good follow, what advantage?" inquired
Tom. Why, really, sir, 1 beg your par
don," rophodtho gentleman, "tut I do
not kna w yon!" "Know me I" exclaimed
Tom, vell, I don't know you and I
should U ko to know where tho douce ,ia
the advai itago?"'
Nbvbr Ketaliatb. When I was a lit
tlo girl, 1 learnod a good lesson. One
frosty ma ruing 1 was looking out of a
window in to my father's farm-yard, whero
stood man; y cows, oxen, and horses wait
ing for di -ink. The morning was very
cold; the animals stood mook and quiet,
till ono of the cows wanted to move, and
tried to turn round. In doing this, she
hit against hor neighbor; whereupon that
one kiok od, and hit the one next to her.
In five mAnutes, tho late peaceful congre
gation of uninials was in a groat turmoil,
furious by tUoking and butting caoh other,
my mother smilod, and said, "Soe what
oomos of.kicking when you aro hit! Just so
havo seen on cross word set a whole fam
ily by the jars.". Afterward if my brothers
or myself wore cross or irritable, she
would say, "Take caro, my children; re
membor bow the fight in the straw-yard
began: never give) book a kiok for a hit,
and you will savo yourself and othors a
great doal ot trouble ,
Secret Sins. Soorot sins commonly
Bo nearest tho heart, tho fountain from
whence they tako a quick and continual
supply. Socretsinaaro as noar to the
original sins as the firnt droppings aro to
the spring hoad.
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epKfmt ItS West Fourth-street. Cincinnati.
Wl B. DODBI. -r
W. II. Dodds & Co.,
, suarn aotdbim or iu .
Firs aad llurglar Prool
" ''O'uflLi?! aa at
8. W. Corner of Vine Sood Streets
This Is the most reliable FIB1 AMD Bl'lHdf.a
PROOF SAs"Kj that Is mads In th United BtaUa,and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. (Ian be sold
at lower prloee, and la ef better workmanship suae
eanbe found ,lsewh.r. ,,,,.,,.,...,,,. , ,
-We have a large' assortment oa hand, and are de-
sruftuwv wmi piiiwa suai oannui tail so Plseee,
: .Old Sales :
Takes In exchange. BICOSD-BAHD SAFC8 ab
Ways on hand at extremely low prloas. .. tl
KVr YORK "HOMH INSURANCE
COMPANY"- AUICNllY. B.wnnrl. ST. -Wnr
pnllotes aaalnst Mrs and marine risks. Capital,
Jaleant York itrest, Hewport, Ky
, . BtfsmESaf CABD8 .,
H. Its CAS AND 8WITCD Locks;
Door and; Qate-Springsr;" y
" HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.:;
V The pubUoeje respectfully tnvl ted (9 call and -amine
the various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended 16 , : -. a i
M GKORGE nioGREGOR,
boSobv' i Ho, UI Fifth-street, Sd door from Baca.
3 n Ae" Ba COLVILLE, zitf
' Seal Maaafiaatarere -..-....oS
Mo. St Rast Reoend-streel, between Sycamore and
Broadway Cincinnati, keeps every dewriptlon of .
Caantar, Platform, Cattle, Rallraa Deaat.
aad Trnob Houles; Truslrs,
. r.t . Irea Waiosa, Vo.
Baaalrng dona on the shortest notice, nol-sai
B. EITTREDGE & CO
134 HAIN BTUIKTi C1M01BSATI, 0.2 '
SB St. Uharlaa street, Msw Orlsans, lift
fjnpartara ef Cbbs Sporting Apparalat,
' t . . AD DlALIli lg C POWME.
H. CA.MPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Plow Blabs, Betlroa Iplkei
Kto. Also, Agents for the sale of Iroaten Btas Mails
Warerooma Bo. It last Beoond Street. Ulnwuinat I
Mw-AHKiBjs iron naaexo oner. int.
CLEANHB 07 6INKS AND VAULTS,
No.99HUth-slreet,betwee Tins and Hace,ln
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Perseus who
may favor him with their patronage,oan rely pa pouo.
tnallty and law prices. aapl-ay
Money! jnoncy! JJloucy!
ftaaiavdfreai 36 Weal HUtMireet,
KLBI and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at No. 171 Tina-street, Wween
Fourth and Fifth. t - SM.
. .,. PUILADELP11IA
Dining and Coffee Saloon, ;
MO. BIX F1TTU-STBKKT, BOUTH BIDS, , '
(Hear the corner of Vine,) , ...
C. Ii. VICKKttS, Proprietor. ; ..
Oysters and Came served in all styles. Heals at all
U. P. EL1AS'
; j ITpw Wholei'al ' ' ' ,
16 West Fourth Street
Where eaa be had every article appertaining to th,
Business at a mack leas price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered la this market.
" QIVE US A CALL" '
and see for yourselves. awft ,
WM. WH I TAKER,
' JEWELER. w
No. MM N. . Uer. Fifth and Lodge itreetS, between
Walnut and Vino, Cincinnati. . .
A good assortment of SIL V BR aud PLATKD WABm,
. BPKUTACLS, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Beoclal attention gives to Cleaning and Kepairlng
watenea ana jewelry. . - my id
BEGGS SMITH, No. 6 West tn St.
A EE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
Jtm. their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry.
rjliverwareauanuunonas. i :
, ., -AI- i
A flne assortment of Plated Toa Bet and Cutlery
and Opera Glasses. 224.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
TUH SKIM, liniiUMAT IBM, DISKA8K8 OF
WOMBN, and snoh Chronio complaints as maybe
benefitted by the Hygyenlo and Atmopatblo system
of his office. '. ' ' - 11
.Vapor, Bulphar, Iodlno, Arsenlo, Mercury, Tnr
klsh, Unsslan and Kleotra-Chemloal Baths, a Dig
aensaryof Medicine, and every manner of Sleotrio
and magnetic Apparatus.
KO. 57 WEST BKVENTU-STllIKT,
ar-ORloehsuralA. H.toS , . -anl tfl
O. E. NEWTON, M. X).
Orrioa-Ne. W West Seventh street, between Vine
anu uaoe. nasiosmia no. m Doventu sireei, iw
ween rvainni ana vine, urrica uooas to 6
A. a. l i.e mi r. n.!7Hui r. m,
WM. M. HUNTER.,
' SOU VJnB.gtreet.
(Snooessor to Knowlton A Tail.)
If. S6 West Fourth Ml., bet. Walnut oV Vina
eep24 . , '
THE OYSTER , TRADE.
' - : CIAl.Sk IB i; ,- !,
fRfeJ FRESH CAW
FICKLED 0Y8VKBS y
riBE SUBSCRIBEE IS NOW RECEIV-
JL IMO DAILY, by the Adams Ixsreei. MAUI.
BY'B world-renowned Baltimore ...
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysters.
ROBERT OSR, Atreut '
Wi tt Depot, 11 West Fifth-street
Oyster Importing House.
- NO. 31 WEST FIFTn-HTHKET.
riHK SUBSCRIBEE 13 NOW LEOIIV-
- I NO daily, per Kxpress, hissplendkl Oysters,
naving compieiea arrangements in uaiiimore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all time during
the season be prepared to furnish my friends, "ana
the rest of mankind," with tho most TiEMOIOCS
BIVALVES imported to the (Joeon City. Nons bnl
the very best imported. Ureal inducements offered
i mis impornng-nonse.
Order slollcitod and promptly mind. Terms cash.
Hole Importer anil Proprietor.
MAKES AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS in a superior manner. Satisfactory
references given. Address Bo. 1, Byeamore-street,
Corner of Front.
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. S8 WEST POURTHrSTRKBT,
next to Smith At Nhon'. Hall, Olnolnnati,
Ohio. A splendid (lift, worth from M cents to f 100,
will be Kl van with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale, ,
Gifts consist of Uold and Siver Watches. Ladlea'
Bol id Gold Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, tl ne tiold
Bmcelets, Gents' Gold Vsst-cbalns, and a large va
riety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
M cents to SITS).
Ladies and gentleman are respectfully Invited to
call and examine our stock. - . .... j t , ,
....,;!' A.; A. KELLEY,
PublUher and fllft Bookseller,
st Fourth Hitroet,
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
NO CHANGS Of CARS TO IHDIANAP- .
OLIS, at which place it unites with railroad
lur and uom all polnta In tba West and JNorth-west,
THIIi t-atisiiiuiB iKAino . ... -,
Leave Cincinnati daily, from the foot of 11111 and
' 6:60 A. M. Ohlcako Hail A-rives at Indianapolis .
. U:tS P. M. Tone Haute and Lafayette Aocomino
dation Arrives at Indianapolis at 6:lo P. M.
" 7:14 P. M. Chicago ICxprass Arrives at Indianap
olis at I2:l A. si. ; Chicago at I0-.3II A. Mi - ,i;
. Sleeping Cars are attached to all nlKht-tralnson ,
this ilue,, and run (hrongh to Vhiohpr without'
ehsnge ofesrs. '. . ,, '.' . , . ' . 1 ' . ' "
. as- c snrs yon are in trie ngni (icier-omc De
fore yon purchase your tickets, aud ask. for ticket
vie ljawrenceuurg ana inaiauapuus. r
Vara the tame, and time shorter than any other
route. ,-v, , ,r.t. .'...- .......
Baeeaee chocked throngh. " ,il 4- ' '
TIIKOUUIl T10KKT8, good nntit used, can be Ob.
talned at the Ticket-offices, at Speuuir Jiouae ooi uer.
M. W. corner of Broadway and front I Mo. 1 Burnet
lionsa corner; ae llin Walnnt-atreet House, and at
Depot Ofttce, foot ot Mill, on Jfront-straet, where all '
necessary lnfurmalion eaa be had. .i '
Omulbntee run to and from each train, and will
call for passengsrsatftll hotels and all parts ol lbs
city, sy leavini
leavina addreM ai eillier ttlllce.
ii. u. i,uki, rresioent.
Change of Time-November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-Western
Great Western and North-Western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati and Chicago.
Three PaseenierTralnslanntnolnnatldarir. fntei
the foot o( Mllland Front sweets. 1
(JiSO A. ni.-OhlcagO Ull arrives at Indianapolis -at
12:10 P. M., Chicago ai VtM P. M. This train
connects with all night trains out of Chicago lor
the West And North-west) connects at Indianapo
lis with trains for Terrs Haute; also with Pei V
trains for Pern; Loganefet, Fort Wayne and To
ledo, i " - '
1'JJ48 V, M. Terre Baete and Layfayette Ad.
oommodatlon arrives at Indianapolis at 6:14 P.M.,
making dlrectconneotiona at Indianapolis with La
fayette trains for Decatur, Springfield, Kaplee, (juln
or, Hannibal and St, Joseph. ...
7 P.1M. OhloacoBxpreae arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:1ft A. M making clese connection, at Chicago
with all morning trains out of Vhioago.
Bieepin oars are atiaonea to an tne night traini .
n this line, and run through to Uhloaso without
Change of oars. i .
This is exclusively a western ana North-western
route, and with fav.rable and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads throuthout the entire
West, guarantees nnusnal oare ana the amplest eo
eommodatloneto the patrons ot this lias.
xne vompanys exclusive xeiegrapn tiine is nsaa
when necessarr. to aovern the movement of trains.
aad LoHghridge s selebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger trains, by which they canoe
perteotiy controlled; eesides all tneotnsr modern Im
provements necessary fox the oomtort aud safety ot
passengers, the maaagcre of this road- nave liberally
ptovided.i .. . ..j. ..... .ii.,
Smoking-car on thlslins. 1 ' ', r'
.) w Be sure yoa are In the right tloket office before
Cn purchase your tiokets, aad ask for tloketa via
iwrencebnrg and Indiaaaaolia. -.
Fare the lams as br anr other route. JJasiaaa
saeeked throngh, ' l.'u i ' i
TBituuuu i tUhETB, f 003 nn tn ejed, oan be ob
tained at the ticket bOcee, at Spencer House Corner
Berth-west oarasr Broadway and Front; Ho. 1 Bur
net Honse Corner; at the Walnut-street Bouse, and
el Depot offloo, loot of Mill, on Front street, where
allneoeasary lu.'cnaatlon mtf be had. -
Omnibuses run to and frets eaoh train, and w
oall for passenger at all notiU and all yarU ot tn
olty, bi leaving address at si Ik ir office.
.. . :, ,, W.B. L.HOBL, .
noH Honeral Ticket Agent. -
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LKAV1 111
Sixth-street Depot.- - - - . ..... -
Trains run through to Cleveland Baodusky, To
ledo and Indianapolis without changoof oars.
Throngh Tickets for all Kastern, Western, Morth.
ayn and North-western oitips. - - , J
0 A. Rl. EXPllKHS TRAIN For Hamilton,
Blchmond. Indianapolis, Latnyette, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Connects at JUichmond with 0. aud
C. Koad for Logansport; also connect at Hamilton
for Uxford, Ao.
TiitO A. M. TRAlff For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago This train make
close connections with all train leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects nt Usbaha roa Co
lumbus; at Bellefuntaine with B. and 1. B. B.; at
rorvst with Pittslmrg, Fort Wayne and CJhicagofiai
lroad: at Clyde with Cleveland and Toledo Ball
road trains for Cleveland; at Dayton for,tireenville,
Union. Winclieeter andlMnncie.
10 A. III. tiXPitKNHTKAIN-ForOIeveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Bullalo, Boslon, New
York, and all Gastern cities. AlaoconnecAs at Crest
line fur PllUburgb, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and .
KaKtern cilii-s. '
a:40 I. III. TRAIN-For Iliuililton, Blchmond
Logaiifiport, Peoria and Burlington; also JndianHn
olls, Terre Haute and St. Louis, connect at Hamil
ton for Oi lord.
3:3411'. u7TRAIN-For Dayton, Springfield.
Iteliulbutainu, Lima, Fort Wayne aud Chicago;
Connects at BnllofontainewitbB. and I. H. B.
JI-30 1. HI. iCXPItKilH TltAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Kastern cities. AlM,connecUai
Crestliuo for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
aud all Kastern cities.
r'i'he uiRht Kxpms Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M.,leavesdaily axverr Batdhdatb. All other
(rains leave daily xxoaprSuaDA re;
For further Information and Tickets, apply at th .
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad
way; Mo. lfiK Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket U (lice, on the west sldeof Vine-street,
between PostoMce aud Burnet House; or at the
- nolJ V. MfllABBN, Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
IillRST TRAIN DAY IXPRESS AT 10
A. M., connects via Oolninbns and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Steubenville aud Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus and Bellalr (WheolinsV Also, for Springfield.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all tho principal stations.
MKCONU TIIA1N Colombo Accommodation
at 4i4t P. M. This train stops at all station, be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati aud
TliIKIi TRAIN Night litres at lltUO P.
II., connects via Coin tubus and llellalr (Wheeling);
via Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Columbus aud
Cleveland. - - . -
This Train stops at Loveland, Morrow. Xenla
and London. BLKKPlNQOAWi ON TH1STBA1M.
ASTThe Day Kxpresa runs throngh to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsbnrg, via Steubsnville, without
bauge of carr, . .
The MIGHT KXPRBSS Train leaving Cincinnati
at IliiiU P. M., ruu daily, except SATURDAYS,
The other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
. For all information, and Through Ticket to Boss
ton, Hew lark. Pbiladolphl, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Fall, Dunkirk, Cleveland,.
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Kastern places, ,
apply at the OfHces, walnnt Street Bouts, No. 4 Bur
net House, Mo. 6 Kast Third-street, south -cast rormr
ol Broadway and Froai streets, aud at the Jiaatern
Trains run by Oolumbns I Ime, whioh 1 seven Bin- -nte
(aster than Clnolnuotl y e. vr- . .
. . . J. DtTBASD, Snp't.
Omnibuses Oall fbraasasnsva by reaving dlroctlonl
at the Tloket Office. noM
Two Through Express Trains. Commencing, Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
: TBBOTJGH WITnOTJT CDANQB OF OARS.
Two. Daily Train for Vlnoennes, Cairo and St. '
Louis, at 7:20 A. M.,and7:H P. H.
Three Daily, Trains for Juisvllle, tt 7:10 A.M,';!
tlP.Jli.and7:SOP.M4 . J j 5Tj ' H
One Train for kvansvifle at t:M P.M. iVi't Ji- t
The Trains connect at St. Louis for ail points la
Kansas and Nebraska. Hannibal, Qnihoy and Keo
kuk', at Ht. Loul. and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksbnrg, .W
Malobea and New Orleans, ,
. (In. TKrongh Tralo on Sunday at 7:80 P. M . :"
Kr.Tuaamo Fast Line Loave last St. Lonl, -. -,
Sundays excepted, at 6.-0O A. Mi arriving el Clncin. .
natl at 10:11 P.M. 0 . .. . .,,.,
Ixrants TsAiK-Tave last St. Louis dally at 1:00 '
P.al.,arrivlngat01nclunatiaH:38A.M.i ...,.j.r nk ..
i FlXU THBOUGB TICKKIS
To all point West ai.d Moutn, please apply at th
offices. Wslnnt-stree I House, between Sixth and
Boventh-ttreets, No. I Bnrnet Bouse, corner o.llce, "'.
north-west corner or Front bdo Broadway, Hnencer '
HouseOrflce,and atttie Depot, comer Front aud Mill-
stroeui, w . H. u1js.ius.ih , ueu'i.BnFsrialenden 1. 1
Dmnlhsses call for passengers. ocas
LD QOVBRNMKNT JAVA, OLD M0-J
UHA, and very superior old nio uorjees, at
jar Corner Ninth ajid Vine-sUstla,
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