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V It I DAY..
GUY THE GUARDED.
BY RALPH WALDO EMERSON.
Mortal mixed of middle olsy,
Attempeied to th night aud 1
Interchangeable with things,
Need no mullet nor rings.
Ouy possessed the tallauian
That all thlngi from biin began)
And u, of old. Folyoratea
Chained the tunibfne and tb breeze;
Hu did Our betimes diacorer
Fortune waa bla guard and lover
In strange junctures felt, with awe,
Ilia own symmetry with law:
80 that no mixture could withstand
The virtue of hie lucky hand.
, He gold or jewel could not lose,
Nor aot receive hie ample duee.
In the street, If he turned round,
His eye the eye 't was seeking found.
It seemed his lenlusdiicreet
Worked on tbe maker's own receipt,
And made each tide and element
Stewards of stipend and of rent;
ck that tbe common water fell
As coatly wine into his well.
He had so sped his wise affairs
That he caught nature in hia snares:
ICarly or late, tbe falling rain
arrived in time to swell hia grain;
Stream could not so pervereely wind
But corn of Guy's was there to grind;
The siroo found tt on Its way
To upeod his sails, to dry bis hay:
Anil tbe world's snn seemed to rise
Todrudge all day for Ouy the wise.
In his rich nurseries timely skill
Strong crab with nobler blood did All;
Theiepbyrin his garden rolled
From plum trees vegetable gold;
And all the hours of the yenr
W itb their own harvest honored were;
There was no frost but welcome came,
Nor freshet, nor midatiininor flame.
Jlelonged to wind and world the toil,
And venture, and to tiny the oil.
The Loved and Unloved Man.
The man we lore is he of whom we are
constantly thinking; whose presence we
ever dosiro: with whom we do not part
without pain, and whom we ever meet
again with pleasure. We are never
weary of hearing him; the most trifling
thing said by him has a charm; he
leases, ana we use everytning ne aoes.
e are ot his opinion; we approve ms
taste, we have no other desire but his.
The man we do not love tires us; we
are in a bad humor the moment we see
him; we are with him but a moment, and
already it seems an age. We scarcely
answer', him; he is a bore, and we do not
try to conceal it The prettiest things in
his mouth seems stale and absurd; we
disapprove every thing he does; we are
never of his opinion, and do not like his
If the man we love is unfaithful, we
forgive him: Let the man we do not love
be ever so constant, we are not in the
The man we love may get angry,
pout, quarrel the heart exouses him, or
is first in reconciliation. The man we do
not love tries in vain to be agreeable; let
him be attentive, obliging, we take no no
tice of it
In walking, we lean upon the arm of
the man we love, we smile upon him tend
erly; we seek his eye; then we feel not
fatigue the road seems short; and if he
says nothing, silence at his side becomes
a sweet reverie. If we walk with the
man we do not love, we hardly pass our
arm through his; we are afraid to touch
it, to lean on it We never look at him.
We walk without speaking, and answer
only by monosyllables; the road seems
For the man we love, we make every
sacrifice. For the man we do not love,
for all those he has made for us, we give
We close onr eyes upon the faults of
the man we love; we refuse to see the
qualities of the man we love not
Yet, often we are not loved by the man
we love, while we are tenderly cherished
by the man we love not
The Power or Energy. It is aston
ishing how much may be accomplished
in self-culture by the energetic and the
persevering, who are careful to avail
themselves of opportunities, and use up
the fragments of spare time which the
idle permit to run to waste. Thus Fer
guson learned astronomy from the heav
ens while wrapped in a sheepkin on the
highland hills. Thus Stone loarned
mathematics while working as a journey
man gardner; thus Drew studied the high
est nhilosoohv in the intervals of cob
bling shoes; thus Miller taught himself
geology wnue working as a aay-iaDorer
in a quarry. By bringing their minds to
bear upon knowledge in its various as
pects, and carefully using up the very
odds and ends of their time men such as
these, in the very humblest circumstan
ces, reached the highest culture, and ac
quired honorable distinction among their
iellow-men. It was one of the character
istic expressions of Chatterton, that God
had sent his creatures into the world
with arms long enough to reach anything,
if they ohose to bo at the trouble.
Money a Bar to Success. The great
est things which have been done for the
world have not been accomplished by
rich men, or by subscription-lists, but by
men generally of Binall pecuniary means.
Christianity was nropogated over half the
world by men ot the poorest class; and
the greatest thinkers, disooverera, invent
ors (and artists have been men of moder
ate wealth, many of them little raised above
the condition of manual laborers in point
of worldly circumstances. And it will
always bo so. Riches are oftener an im
pediment than a stimulous to aotion, and
in many cases they are quite as much a
misfortune as a blessing. The youth who
inherits wealth is apt to have life made
too easy for him, ana he soon grows
Bated with it because he has nothing lelt
to desire. Having no speoial object to
struggle for, he finds time hang heavy on
his hands; he remains morally and spirit
ually aslocp; and his position in sooioty
is often no higher than that of a polypus
over which the tiae floats.
Masculine Loom and Feminine In
stinct. "The Italians would seem to
suppose that though destitute of the
loeioal faculty, women are gifted with
intuitional insight Probably many an
Englishman, too. can eonhrm the provero
from hia own experience 'Woman
imnromntu. nan on reflection;'as if the
Creator had wisely made ud for the
absence of one endowment by the be-
x stowal of another, and, as in the case of
the brutes, bad granted instinct where
ratiocination was wanting.
A Malign ani Will. A very odd ease
of petty malice in will making waa that
of a man who, not having a penny in this
world, left a will in which he bequeathed
to his friends and acquaintances, large
estates in various parts of Kneland
money in the funds, rings, jewels, and
plate. Iris inducement was the prospeot
or the deheutor his mends at nrst learn-
inz about the rich possessions whioh were
to be theirs, and then the bitter disap
pointment at finding how they bad been
Violently Opposed to Crinoline An
Enclish olerrvman. named liobert Ma-
guire, was a short time since acquitted
on a charge of having, in a railroad oar,
intruded one of his legs too far within the
tolas 01 a lady crinoline. J. be magis
trate dismissing the oomplaint, in
delivering the opinion of the Court, took
occasion to express bis opinion upon t
matter whioh had not been brought be
fore the Court, namely, the merits of
crinoline. He said:
"Before I proceed to the next business,
I wish, however, to make a few observa
tions upon the style of dress new worn by
tbe lair sex. 1 have often telt it my amy
to express in terms of the strongest dis
approval my opinion upon tow lasnion
oalled crinoline. I had hoped the many
aocidenta whioh its use has caused,
coupled with the ridioule whioh a witty
member of tbe press has thrown upon it,
would have led to the disoontinnanoe by
those who should set the example of a
modest and suitable attire,
Far from this being the. case, it appears
daily to increase in absurdity, and l have
come to the conclusion that, since acci
dents have failed to exercise any influence,
since moreover it would seem that ri
dicule but gains its votaries, from intel
lectual ladies to illiterate scullery maids,
it is necessary to take some other means
for its immediate suppression. It is to
be tolerated no longer that, through its
vile and indecent agency, the characters
of honest men aro to be brought into
question, and the name of woman to be
held up to youth as the mindless fellow of
immodesty ana shameiessness. i snail
now direct the officers of the Court to
bring before me those who are guilty of
tollowing this loathsome lash ion; ana it
through this agency the practice oannot
be put a stop to, the power of public
opinion is indeed small. I trust the press
will furnish space for these remarks, and
will also assist my endeavors by giving
the utmost publicity to the cases, if any,
that are brought before me."
A Veracious Essay on Life. Life is
a humbug, and all the men and women
uro hums. Happiness is a word of threo
syllables, found only in dictionaries.
Friendship is a pleasant union of persons
on amicable terms, so long as con
venience or self-interest shall serve.
Hope is a bunch of turnips evermore
temptingly dangling about two feet
before your, the donkey's, nose. Faith
is something of divine nature, not to be
exercised upon things earthly. Charity
begins at home and covers a multitude of
sins. Perfect content is found only in
two cases in a man dead drunk in the
gutter, oa a fighting bully just thoroughly
whipped. Woalth is a bright three cent
piece in the hands of a poor ohild, or
millions controlled by a miser. Comfort
is a condition of physioal enjoyment
ardently desired and seldom attained.
t rust is a vain conhdence, the exercise
whioh has often been the ruin of
friends, retail grocers, and newspapers.
True greatness is success, right or wrong.
ratnotism means hard work tor our
party, and true patriots are those on our
side. Love is a strange bird: it some
times flies with its sad victim far up in
the etherial regions of joy, serenity, and
nhnite content then drops him down.
down, down, with bruised and bleeding
heart, into the profoundest depths ot
Hailaa, to writha with ooaaele eorturo.
Constancy is adhering to one friend or
lover till a new or better one is found.
True religion is pure and heavenly, and
rarely, very rarely, louna on eartn.
Therefore, brethren ond sisters, I con
clude that life is a humbug, and not
worth half the trouble that is taken to
Chesterfield and Voltaire. Chester
field was at a rout in France where
Voltaire was one of the guests. Chester
field seemed gazing about the brilliant
circle of ladies. Voltaire accosted him:
"frr lnrrl T Vnrrar roil ATA a ill (If ft
which are the more beautiful, the English
or the French ladies?"
"Upon my word," replied Chesterfield,
with his usual presence of mind, "I am
no iudee of naintincs."
o. i: . r .a wit.,:. :
London, happened to be at a nobleman's
party with Chesterfield. A lady in the
company, prodigiously rouged, directly
her whole discourso to Voltaire, and
engrossed his whole conversation. Ches
terfield came up, tapped him on the
shoulder, and said :
"sir, take care that you are not cap
"My lord," returned the French wit,
"I scom to be token by on English craft
under h rench colors.
The Monkey's Greediness. The man
ner in wbioh so many allow themselves
to be saenhoed to their love ot wealth re
minds one of the cupidity of the monkey
that caricature of our species. In Al
giers, the Jvabyle peasant attaches a
gourd, well hxed, to a tree, and places
within it some rice. The gourd has an
opening merely sufficient to admit the
monkey s paw. The creature comes to
the tree by night, inserts his paw, and
grasps his booty. He tries to draw it
back, but it ib clenched, and he has not
the wisdom to unclinch it So there he
stands till morning, when he is caueht,
looking as foolish as may be, though with
the prize in his grasp.
Pairs of Great Men. Cuvier and
Napoleon were born in the same year,
1767; Burns and Schiller were bora in
the same year, 170'J; Mozart and Kos
ciusko were born in the year 1799;
Alexander Hamilton aud Lafayette were
born in the year 1759; Hegel, Wordsworth
and Chalmers were born in the year 1770;
llerschel, Macpherson and West were
also born in the same year, 1739; Curran,
lleber, David, the painter, and Vt. Hush
were each born in the year 1790.
A Partial Judge. In a novel at Marg
ate Library, this passage was marked and
much thumbed: "There is no object so
beautiful to me as a conscientious young
man. I watch him as I do a star in
heaven." "That is m view exactly."
sighed Miss Josephine Hoops, as Bhe laid
down the volume. "In fact, I think there's
nothing so beautiful as a young man
even l fhe ain't conscientious?"
Not Exactly. "Have you been muoh
at sea?" "Why, no, not exactly; bat my
brother married a commodore's daugh
ter." 'Where you ever abroad?" ''No,
not exactlr. bat my mother's maiden
name was 'French.'"
Slight Hint. A woman maj laugh
too muoh. Its s fact for only cemb
can always afford to show its teeth.
Luxury and Crime. The following
passage oa the relations of Luxury and
ostentation in Borne, and the vices of the
Empire, is taken from a work "On the
Strength of Nations," by Andrew Bisset,
just published in London:
There seems to be an usaooiation be
tween certain vioes and a profuse and
ostentatious extravagance in dress, both
in men and women; but particularly in
the latter. The Countess of Somerset,
the murderess of Sir. Thomas Overbuy,
(and. as was suspeoted, of Pnnoe Henry.
wore: on the oocasion of her marriage
with the Earl of Somerset, a coronet
whioh was valued at four hundred thoa
sand dollars; and the elothes of the Earl
of Sonimerset also, were covered with
precious stones. Agrippina, the wife of
the Umperor Claudius, who like the Eng
lish Countess above mentioned, was an
audulteress and murderess, appeared in
publio, on one oooasion, in a magnifioent
robe, whioh as some read the passage,
was a tissue of pure gold, without any
intermixture of other materials. Calig
ula was costly and effeminate in his dress
to such a degree as to appear in shoes
composod of pearls. The effect of this
upon the Soman women at that time may
be judged ot by what appears actne pres
ent day. when we see many women with
out regard to the means of their fathers
and husbands, striving to ape Queens and
Empresses in the extravagance and cost-
nncBB oi weir ureas, it is nut buuu iuuj
ish luxury that enables the women to
produoe the men who constitute the real
strength of a nation men. "such as tbe
Doric mothers bore."
Hugh Miller and Temperance.
When employed as a mason, it was usual
for his fellow-workmen to have an occa
sional treat of drink, and one day two
glasses of whisky fell to his share, which
he swallowed. When he reached home,
he found, on opening his favorite book
"Bacon's Essays" that the letters danced
before his eyes, and that he could no
longer master the sense. "The condi
tion," he says, "into whioh I hod brought
myself was, I felt, one of degradation. 1
had sunk by my own aot, for the time, to
lower level ot intelligence than that on
whioh it was my privilege to be placed;
and though the state could have been no
very favorable one for forming a resolu
tion, I in that hour determined that I
should never again sacrifice my capacity
of intellectual enjoyment' to a drinking
usage; and, with God's help, I wag enabled
to hold by the determination.
A Satirical Eoqub. Dean Swift, in
traveling, once called at a house. The
lady of the mansion, rejoiced to have so
great a guest, with muoh eagerness and
flippancy asked him what he would have
for dinner, "Will you have an apple pie,
or a gooseberry pie, sir, or a eherry pie.
or a plum pie, or a pigeon pie, sir?
"Any pie, madam, but a magpie." replied
the Dean, in his usual, dry, earcastio
A Clever Beauty. "I wish." said a
Blight and elegant lady to her friend,
whose embonpoint is so strikingly hand
some, "I wish I had some of your fat, and
you had some of my lean." "I'll tell
you," replied the fair wit, "what is the
tamer to that wish; you think too muoh of
mo, tuu liuw oi yourself
The Best Lacking. Theodore Hook
was walking, in the davs of Warren's
blacking, where one of the emissaries of
that shining character had written on the
wall, "Try Warren's B " but had
VT(U4) J 11 UilVU O , UUV AlUrU
been frightened from his propriety and
flail Thft nit a 'lonVInrr " aof.I fka
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We hare large assortment on hand, and are da.
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Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND BATES !
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A few Stoves on hand to dispose of cheap for cash,
Stove-pipe lurnianea anosrunp at snort notice.
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caaea assorted Havana Preservfts;
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20 osses French Capers;
tt oases Brandy Peaches;
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UPWARDS OF 813,000,000, LOSSES
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ta anTnlanrf Nvli,tloa Blskl aOOSPted
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Especial attention given to insurance 01 Dwellings
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II. K. LINDSKY, Agent 171 Vine street.
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WSTBN LNSIIKANCE COMPANY
OF CINCINNATI. ,
OFFICE m THE BKOOND STORY OF
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This Company is taking Fire, Inland ana Marine
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Xiossea miriy aajuatea ana promptly psua,
TrXckert, T Ball, SWPomerof,
William Glenn. W 0 Whlteher, W 0 Mann. .
Robert Mitchell, W II Gomstock, 161 Btone,
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Wm Bellew, Beth Evans, J H Taafle,
David Gibson. . - H Braobman, 1 0 Isbam,
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Fire and Marino Insuranoe.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
William Wood. lsaao O. Oopelen,
James IT. Cunningham, Sydney S. Clark,
Andrew Krkeubreoher, Joseph Beaklrt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher, .
George B. Dixon.
1HAA0 0. OOPELEN, President:
Oio. W. OOPILIN, Secretary.
A. M. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is Brosared to issne Policies on Fire and Marine
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SlJyt Nos, is and 17 East Columbia street.
eathers and Winter Millinery,
ry description, which lam selling at small
mob Nsw Tork prioas, wholesale and retail.
ate WEBB, ftf
1M Fifth-street, bet. Kaoe and Elm. .
Js J. BUTLER'S , '
xcelslor Fluid Inka.
Mnnnftetorr. vine 8t 14
LANK ft BOD LEY,
1 Uwt OIS.fJITI.All HAW UTT.ro
LAND CIRCULAR BAW HILLS.
T A '
kevawsa, f ...;,!, , . aTJHaT 4
r, r, car and switch locks,
Door and Gate-Springs,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The publio are reapectfnlly Invited to call and ex
amine the various patterns and pricos. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
no2om ' No. 133 Fifth-street, 2d door from Baca.
A. B. COLVILLE,
No. 41 East Beoond-street, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Cincinnati, keeps every description of
Connter, Plntform, Cuttle, Rnllroad Depot,
Bind Track Bcalesl Truest, .
Iron Wasona, ovc.
Bepalrnt done on the shortest notice, nol-sn
13. KITTBEDOE & CO
134 MAIN BTBEET, 0IN0INNAT1, O.
ti Bi. Charles itrest, Haw Orleans, La
I m par tore of GunsoV gportlnc Apparntns,
AMD DI1HM III 00 POWDIB.
it n a iw-pnmT.T. ar nn
jua.a vrama a,,-,aiaa ua wt,
I ANUF ACXURER8 Ot BAR. SHEET
lvX and Bailer Iron, Plow Blabs, Ballroai' (pikes
Kto. Also, A rents for the sale of 1 ronton Btv Nails
Warerooms No. 19 East Second fitreet, Otoatnnat I
e-TAlIkli U Iron made to order. If
CLEANER 0? SINES AND VAULTS,
No. 99 Sixth-street, between Vine and Hace, In
the Medical Uollage, Oineinnatl, Ohio. Persons who
may favor him with their patronage, can rely a pnno
laality and taw prices.
Money! Money! Money!
UeraoT-d from 56 Went Slxth-etreet.
TONBt LOANeFoN WATCHES, JEW.
1TJLELUV unt all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at Mo. 171 Vine-street, between
ronriu ana r um. xm
D. P. JULIAS'
18 West Fourth Street
Where oan be had every article appertaining- to th
lloslness at niueh lean prloe, for OABU, thai
hu ever before been offered In tbls market.
OIVE US A CALL"
Vnd see for yourselves. apll
SEGGS alt SMITH, No. 6 West 4th St.
A RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
r& their I arse assortment of Watches. Jewel rr.
Duvsvwaiv auu iuamunua
A line assortment of Plated Ten fleti end Ontlerr
ana vpsrauiasses. xzt
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DR. SAM'Ii SILSJIEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
HA THE SKIN, BHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and inch Chronlo complaints as may be
benefitted by the Bygyenlo and Atmopathlo system
Vapor, Bnlphnr, Iodine, Arsenio, Heronry, Tor
klsb, Bosslan and Electro-Ohemlcal Baths, Dli
pentary of Medicine, and every manner of Eleotrlo
HO. 57 WEST SEVENTH -BTBEET.
W0fflceh.nrs9A. M. to 5 anlo-tfl
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
Qrwxom H. 90 West BoTenth itreot, between Tin
nd Bao. Rmidknci ISo. 68 Seventh Btreet, b-
weea Vfaina. sua vine, vrnoi nouu to op
ai " i ivi mo m7 r, jn.i i on r. m.
WM ... M. HUNTER.
(Successor to Knowlton A Taft.)
So. 96 West Fourth St., bet. Walnut Ac Vine
Kj2t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
THE OYSTER TRADE.
fftfr Spiced Ovsteri.
THB 8UBS0RIBKE IS NOW UTtnilTV.
nV.nLHOi?AII,Y' bI th Adams express, HALT.
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oytten,
,. t ALSO
f0KLkDOSTBMl', TB' m"
EOBERT OSS, Agent
W-tf Depot, II West Tlfth-street
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET.
IHE RimRrRTTlTJR To wnro Tntnwrrr
JL INO daily-jper Express, his splendid Oysters.
the most extensive scale, I will at all times dnrins
he season be prepared to fnrnieh my friends, "and
BIVALVES imported to the (ineen Olty. None bo I
.?J?r7b8,J.mpoJrtd' 0re Inducements offered
at this Importlnv-house.
wiuor swuoiwu ana promptly hi led. Terms cash.
MAKES A5D REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS In snpsrior manner. Satisfactory
MfAMtiiU. (nn . A,.,.u. Un . d .
OnerofFronC " "'"-".J.
WINDER'S PATENT SPRINO-CORD
v , . BED-BOTTOM oan bo applied to any
bedstead, old or new, in ten ml notes. Elaitlo
Durable Cheap. Dispenses entirely with slats, of
which so moon oomplaint is made. Also, an assort
ment of Bedsteads for sale, with Spring Bottoms In.
Oall and examine them at Ho.lTJ Vine-street.
.lalOam O t. H. WABB1W.
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA, OLD MO
CHA, end very snpsrior Old Bio Oogeea, at -
JaT noenar Ninth and TlnfMitrMla
YSniAIAM DISNEY, ATTORKIT
Jin . ".i'C
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
SHORTEST ROUTE BY 30 MILES.
NO CHANGE 07 OARS TO INDIANAP
OLIS, at which place it unites with railroads
tor and from all points in the West and North-west,
THKEE FAS8EN0EB TBAIHB
Iieave Cincinnati daily, from the foot of 11111 and
'w'ML-OblcftKO Mall-Arrives at Indianapolla
t 13:10 P. M.i Chicago at 10:30P. U.
12M i. M. Tene Hante and Lafayette Aooommo.;
datlon Arrives at Indianapolis at :1 P. M.
7:16 P. M.-Chlcago Express-Arrives at Indiana
oils at 12:15 A.m. Chicago at 10:90 A.M.
Sleeping Cars are attached to all night-trains on
this tine, and run throngh to tlhichgo without
change of cars.
sr Be snre yon are In the right tlctet-offlce be
fore you purchase yonr tickets, and ask for ticket
via Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same, and time shorter than any other
Baggage checked throngh.
TUUOUOU TICKETS, good until used, can be Ob
tained at the TIcketHiftices, at Spencer House oorner,
N. YV. corner of Broadway and Front Ho. 1 Barnet
flonse corner at the Walnut-street House, and at
Depot Office, foot ot Mill, on front-street, where all
necessary information can be bad.
Omnibuses run to and from each train, and will
call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, by leaving address at either oflloe.
jalT II. 0. LOBD. President.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVJ THI
Trains run through to Cleveland Bandoaky, To
ledo and Indianapolis without change of ears.
Throngh Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North,
arn and North-western cities.
H A. ftl.EXPH.E8H TRAIN For Ramllton.
Bichmond. Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Connects at Bichmond with 0. and
0. Uoad for Logansport; also oonueota ot Hamilton
for Oxford, Ac.
. TiSO A, M. TRAIFf For Dayton, Bpriogfleld,
Sandusky, Toledo aud Chicago. This train makes
olose connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also oonneots at UaBAXA ro Co
lohbub; at Bellefontalne with B. and I. B. B.; at
Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne aud Chicago Bat.
lroad: at Clyde with Cleveland and Toledo Bail
road trains for Cleveland ; et Dayton for Greenville.
Union. Wlnchoater andlMnncle.
10 A. M. EXPltBMM TILAIN-For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest,
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia. Baltimore, and
Eastern cities. '
. 340 P. 01. TRAIN For Hamilton, Bichmond
Logansport, Peoria and Burlington; also Indianap
olis, Terre Haute and St. Louis, connecta at Hamil
ton for Oxford.
SiaOP. M. TRAIN For Dayton, BprfngfleliL
Bellefontalne, Lima, Fort Wayne and ChfcagJ:
Oonnectsat Bellefontalne witbB. and I. B. B.
, lliHO P. BI. EX PH.EH8 TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk. Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities. Alao, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities.
..'!!fivr6? n,int Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:90 P. M leavesdally sios.pi BiTDanais. AU other
trains leave dally bxokpt SuaDXTs:
For further Information and Ticket, apply at tha
Ticket offices north-east oorner Front and Broad
way; No. 16 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Office, on the west side of Vine-street,
between Poatoffloe and Barnet Rouse; or at the
nol D. MoXaBBN. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three , Trains Daily.
Two Through. Express Trtliu.
FIRST TRAIN-DAT EXPRESS AT II
A. M... connects via Colnmbn and Cleveland!
via Oolnmbns, Bteubenvill. and Pittsburg: via
Oolnmbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Colnrn
bus and Bellair (Wheeling). Also, for Springfield.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Oolnmbus.
at all the principal stations.
SECOND TRAIN-Colnmbn Accommodation
at4i40V. M. This train stops at all stations be
tween Cincinnati and Oolnmbus, and Cincinnati and
TlflRD TRAIN Night Express at lli30 F.
11., connects via Oolnmbns and Bellair (Wheeling);
Tia Oolnmbus. Oestlins and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus SteubenviUe and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
This Train stop at Lovsland, Morrow, Xenla
andLondon. SLEEPING CABS ON THIS TBA1N.
erThe Car Expres rnns through to Cleveland,
Wheellngand Pittsburg, via SteubenviUe, without
Change ol cara.
The NIGHT EXPBE88 Train leaving Cincinnati
at lli30 P. M., run dally, exoept 8ATDBDAXS.
The other Train run daily, exoept SUNDAYS.
For all information, and Throngh Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing.
tuu, nnw iora, rniiaaeipnia, oauimore, wasmng.
ton. Buffalo. Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Plttsbnrg, Wheeling, and all tbe Eastern plaoea.
e Offices, walnnt Utreet House, Mo. 4 Bnr-
net House, No. 9 East Thh-d-street, south-east corner
of Broadway and Front atreets, and at the Eastern
Train run by Oolnmbus 1 1 me, whioh to seven mln
ntea faster than Cincinnati Una.
. J. DCBAND, Snp't.
Omnlbtise cU forpassenrvs by leaving direction
at the Ticket Offices. nolj
Commencing Dec. 4,1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI. RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
aaiaiua avs IMUOUllOBa VsUfw Mia OK.
lonis,at7:20A. M.,andT:M P. M. s
One Train for Evansville a 1 7:30 P. II.
i vuuiiwi os aiouis iorau points In
k.?i?.1?S? dTNbrk Hannibal, Qnincy and Keo.
Natchez and New OrTein.'." """""'".
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:30 P. M. '
J""rTJO"e n. xioni,
mI M "olfsT. M." rriTlD OlBo'a-
ExFBEss i TiiiN-Leares East St. Louis dally at I :M
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:36 A7M.
points West atd Bonth, please apply at tha
offloes. Walnut-stree 1 House, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, Mo. 1 Burnet House, oorner office,
north-west oorner of Front and Broadway, Bpencer
Hoose Offloe, and at the Depot, corner front and mil.
streets. W. H.CLEMENTiden'l.BujerinteSdent
Omnibnses oall for mihiim. rji
v ill executed at tnisofflc.
eSutsodqtija uojondi no tne rarnsaK)
natr4a-qu;ioo pin (stoj-an)!
"00 a? HHJSIVH 'Al AV.
siejiofl pun seu8u iqw) JOj 'dv anpi
qilO Wltioa awxwj Jnoiiseniqotnt in mo -sju
unj jopua pas jsddu qjoq ('pnos tsvoMmmi j-wpr
ho dkouis ni aa iaj 'sazis n V
siraffP00iI pun moo
Saniofl pa Sarptrt.19 aiqvjoj
Warranted to glva satis ractlon.o
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE BY
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.
No. 19 and 31 Bad Second-afreet,
Jaiatf CINCINNATI, OHIO.
G AND T ! G AND
Vftcmot to Miinj A OM
MtBRfacttu-erfl and TVholJa Dealon
.. .. , -IB- '
FINE AHD PLAIN CANDIES,
0 MAIM STREET, CIHCWWATI
- ' SBJ17
WM. 'H. BALDWIW, ATTORNEY
A NT) OOnNSELLOR AT T.AW uuk.
Oomalssloner of the Snpsrior and Common Pleas
Ooqrts. Bank Building, north west eomsr of kada
aitTbinl-stveeav. , a a
anONMERClAIi PR1MT1MO VEA1.
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