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SEWING MACHINES.
SLQA.T&CO.
SEWING MACHINES,
Cincinnati, Offloe Si West Fourth street.
QP TE03S INTENDING 10 PURCHASE,
we desire a personal investigation of the com
parative merit! of those Sewing Mschinos with oil
othen in the market.
, , aull FRANK HENRY, Agent.
G. C. KJTIFFIN&CO.
rEALEBSlN
Ladd, Welbstcr fc Co.'s,
(Late Hunt, Webster A Co.'s.)
SEWING MACHINES,
No. S West Fourth, afreet, iincinnuti.
These Machines hare been steadily advancing in
.', popular favor for the past year, and are now esteemed
ty all who bate given them a trial at the "He Plus
Ultra" of Sewing Machines. The evenness and reg
ularity, and tightness of stitch made by them, has.
raorethananythingelse.tendedtothisreinilt. Added
to this is the undeniable fact of their simplicity and
ease of management, there being no band or cog
wheels, s In soma Machines, or leathor pads and
crookod needles, as in others. They comwond them
selves to the dress-maker by the regularity of the
feeding arrangement, which never packers or tears
t ho work, by the uniformity of stitch alike on both
aiseii of the fabric, by their nolselossness and rapidi
ty; to the tailor by their great strength and durabili
ty, tightness of stitch and capacity for using linen
thread; to families, by the combination of all thcie
qualities. Bend lor a circular and sample of work,
jyl-t
GROVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO.
t8 WEST FOURTH STREET,
Cincinnati.
AS AN EVIDENCE OF THE SUPERIOR
ITY of the Machines manufactured by the Ore
ver and Baker hewing Uachine Co., they have over
iio.imn in dailyuae in' manufactories, work-shops and
families. Public patronage is tho bent evidence of
merit. These Machines, alike victorious over preju
dice and competition, now justly enjoy more univer
sal favor than has ever been bestowed upon any
Hewing Machine.
Manufacturing Machines making the shuttle
stitch, and Family Machines making the celebrated
fl cover ft Bakerstltch, of a different patterns, vary
ing in price from i.'ai to $123; descriptive circulars of
Machines and illuitrations of the stitch, can be had
on application, by letter or otherwise. je-20
KELSEY & COS.
IMPROVED
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
Price, from 925 to 945.
ST IS A FACT, CONCEDED BY All,
that theso Machines stand pre-eminently riBST
in the phalanx ot 'Sewing Machines.
Their undoubted merits, easo of management, and
nporinrlt)-of work combine to recommend them to
tin' public as the most desirable Family Machine ex
tant. Call and examine at No. 3n West Fonrth stroet.
Very liberal discounts made to A gents.
Address, D. W. HARRINGTON ft CO.,
joll Box 1651; Cincinnati, Ohio.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Vices Reduced to 950, 975, 9110 and $125.
Winger's New Family Hewlno Machine,
The. price of which is only JSft, is a light and oleunnt
ly decornted Machine, capabloof performing, iu the
boat style, all the sewing of a private family.
Singer's) Transverse Shuttle Machine,
To be sold at 873, is a Machine entirely new in its ar
rangement; it is very beautiful, moves rapidly and
fry easily, and, for family use and light nianufac.
luring purpoHtm, is the very best and clieapost Ma
chine ever offered to the public.
Winner's No. 1 Ptnndnrd Shuttle Machine,
Formerly sold at SIM, but now reduced to S1I0, is
known all over tho world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
Hnger'a No. '1 Standard Shuttle Muchlne,
This is the favorite manufacturing Machine every
where. Price, with table complete, yitfo,
"Ecud for a Circular,
JAMES SKABDON,
Agent for J. SI. Singer & Co.
No. ii Enst Fourth street,
3el-f CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LESTER'S SEWING BIACHINES.
1 WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
tho sewing pnblic that 1 am tho sole authorized
Agent for the salo cf the
I LESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
SEWIM MACHINES;
A nd being well ncnuamted with its merits, and funiil
ar with its operation, I feel rnnedent tiiat those, in
want of such an article, will give it preference over
all ciliers now before the public.
1 ileoiu It unnecessary to enumerate all ite advan
tages, as thoso who uiay wish to purchase wi 1 1 proba
bly prefer to satisfy themselves by personal inspec
tion, which they mav do bv culling at
. No. H't Wert Fourth street.
rsrPernons purchasing Lrator'a bowing Machine
will receive pmctiral instructions upon them free ol
charge. All machines warranted.
WILLIAM LAPIIA.11, Aem.
No. 112 West Fourth street, directly
jya-tf-t Opposite Post Office.
. EVENS'
MAN V FACTORING
SEWING MACHINE.
I believe I make the best Lock-stitch Sewing Ma
chines, in the world. If tho purchaser does nut think
so after six months trial, I will refund yon the
BOO ACTS)
Price of Machines.
tm0Ti AND SALK KOOHK-Dlroctly on the
fcortbwost crner Main anil Fourth atrcels, over
Owen's Jewelry establishment.
. WsTAH kinds of tkwing-Miichlties repaired, nwl
tight machinery manufactured, ut the Factory, 187
Walnut-atre.it, corner Walnut and Fifth.
5TA.gota wanted in other cities to si ll invbW
, IngOlachiucs. Address, J". EVANS, Jr., t'ini in.
nati, 0. ;.-,
QUAKER CITY:
Two Threaded Double Lock Tight Stitch
$20
FAMILY SEWING MACniKB.
' ALSO THE VERNON
flame Stitch, two elis, price 8.1.1,00 and 940,00.
The very latest invention and tiie most nolaeleae and
perfect running machine extant. The above named
machines make the same stitch, equally as well as
higher priced ones. On these machines we apply the
only Renames that will turn any width of hem-It is
the only one in tne market that is adjustable to fold
any width of hem, with any thickness of cloth.
Persons residing In the country wishing samples,
or information, bylnolosing Sc. stamp, will receive
prompt attention
Local agents wanted In all the cities and towns in
Ohio. Address 3. A. JENKS, Agent,
Or call at Dean Swift's Watch and' ?ein Store,
167 Main street, 3d door above fourth, Cincinnati,
Ohio. iyis-amt
X HOWE'S SEWING MACHINES.
I. BOWK. Jr., Patentee of the original towing
Machine.)
FOB FAMILY USB AND MANUFACTURE
' The VantflT Machines are well adanted for tailors'
tne, or gaiter fitting. Howe's Cylinder Machines,
for all leather stitching, heve always held a reputa
' tkm far above any other. Ths public are desired to
xamine,auspuxcnasewnereDestsuitfa.
A. T. JACK HON, Agent
'I No. 19 West Fourth street, in M'Cracken's Fur
Ishing store, Cincinnati, 0. myH
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
roUHDBT, B. ALLISON, Buperintendent.
JMatlngMaterfsfc of all. hinds. 168 Vine street. If
THE PRESS.
MONDAY.
1DGUHT a
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONEWEEK.
OPKICB, 14 WKST t'OUBTU-STKKKT.
Advertised Letters.
I 1ST OF LETTERS REMAINING IS
.J tho Cincinnati Poat-ofliue Saturday Ev&nisu,
Ansrust -JT, IfiX
IHC'All letters advoitined nro subject to m extra
ohiuve ol one cent, Person, calling lor tiiein will please
come projiared with the necessary chanre.
tt3f Persona nullinc For t'lese I'eliera will nlencp mv
they ore advertised, and give number mid d;;ie of list.
l-p i ne oince win upon ut ii A. i., una close at K
P. M. Hundays-Oiiico will open from A. 31. to lax
S3'"Thclitl)elrvwismftdi!iip every Palunlay even-
Ini-r. Ix.'ttveen ound io'clock. mid umbfuces all the un
eiilivl-tnr letters of that week.
S3P" On $nlurduyi the oilico Is closed from D to 4
o'clock 1, il. (or tho pui'iiose of preparing the toiler
list.
No. 35.—August 27, 1859.
No. 35.—August 27, 1859. LADIES' LIST.
A
A 'ms Mijf'iurlcs Armstrong Sirs o '
Allen Mm Alice Anderson Miss Caroline
Armstrong Mrs Adella ' Armitrong Anno
Anderson Mrs Elb.ii Allerton JIrs Murr
Ashley Miss Mary K N Alexander Miss Mary Jane
Adams Mrs Margaret Anderson Mrs Mary
Amis .Mrs Kate -U Allen Jlra Kate 2
B
WI Miss Chnrlntte 2 HuntlnMiii Anna
ilosworth Misa Clara II Rvrrlan airs AS
llradlev Mrs HrnoksMis
Buyer Miss Anseline llinn .Mrs Elizabeth C
Jiurns Mr? patinic iirow Moruin
Bernard Mrs Fannie it iraer lira Jiary J
Hums Mrs Mary Botfctvs Miss ,umm
Butler Mrs Lyilia llck Miss Marv L
llilderson Mra Harriet itullin Mrs llat'hacl
BeMIng l'armelia Hates Mia Surah 1
Barber Mrs J W llrmins.Tane
Brooks Henrietta itMiop airs J K
Rarnarrl Miss II C Hlake Mlsj Jenny
Beets. lulia Burke Miss Johanna
Bates Miss Sarah Burroughs Jlisa Ailkt S
BanteMraMlO ilnldwin Miss J D 3
Bryant Mrs Jennie Bertell Miss Clara
BusseLoisa liuiler Mrs Virginia
Byron Miss Lime 1)
Browns
Brown MrsDeffie Brown Mrs Wilson
Brown Miss JIaggic J 3 Brown Miss Margaret Q
Brown Mrs AnnaO
Browns C
Covet Miss Bella
Carpenter MissOontent
Cliamliers Mrs"' T
Cauiphell Mrs Klb.a
Cotren Elizilieth
Courtney Miss Mnrsarot
CuiniiiiKham JHsj Mar'a
Cnshniuu .Mrs Mary I 'J
disprove Miss Lizzie
Conerton Mits Mary
Caasillv Miss M F
Colin Mrs Marcaret
Csesillr Miss Mary
Curry JlrsT F
Crozu r Miss Sophia
Claviuol 31issNai.ie
Cleliand MUs Annie .
Cain Miss Annie
Oling-xMrj flliza A
tloppin Miss Emma
Cumming Mrs John A
Covetrov Mrs Miranilii A
Campbell Mrs .MuiiaN
OulnsMiss Lottie
Cusnilley Miss Mary
Carr -Mary M
Campbell Margaret
Carter Sirs .Mary A
Coleman Martha li
Cla-Uon Winey
Carter Jl rs Mary Ann
vonner iirs .nary
' Carter Mrs lioniictta
E
I'lmotulston Mrs Catherine Eaton Misa Call
Vzn Miss Kliza Krnst Mad Klia
liuicston Sirs Wm Kveritt Mii Amelia
ElSin Miss LiziieJ
D
Bnvall Mt Adeline C
llivieMisr, Emily 0
Buuias E Jane
liavis.Mlss Mary Ann
Pnmilri3on Mrs A J
Dimmick Mbs C A
P.'nton Anna
DelRiiey Ellen
Defw-.IMrsHA
lUniel Miss 7. J
Divis Mrs Florence
Dyer Miss Fanny
F
TooteMrs Ahlv;
l-'tirman Mrs Emma
Kin ley Mi-s Doropliino
Finn. Mrs III!
Fuller Mrs Edwin N
Vleti her lilisaheth F
Fitzeerald MinsKliza
I'inltf. .Mrs II K
Fletcher Mary Josephine i'inley Miss Louisiana
riacns .timaiana l oin si.a Jinrgarel
Fuscett Mrs Mary Ann I'eiitliirby Mary
Volin Mrs MaryL Farney Jllss Livonia
Fosdick Mrs Margurct Fleming Julia
Fanning Mrs
G
Grey Misa Mullie liallagher Mrs. Mary
(luff Mrs M D Green Misa iallia
Oillagber Elum and Mary Oillespie Mm N A
Oulhire Miss Ann
liotdinith MiKS Amelia
1'nuly Alias Bridget
Oryden MrsE a
OooilnfuiirhMrsI B
(llass Miss Hannah
Owy one Mrs J (I
Gsrrity Mrs Mary
ilaitlierMrs Lucy
Gibson Miss Annie
Giles JlrsKmma
(Ircen Mra Hannah
ClO'.' Miss Johaune L
Gieson MrsMargantC
flentle MrsLaviii is E
Oriuimutt 5H:s Mtittic
H
Tlrnlerson Mrs C D
HorticiMiss Carolina
Humbert Miss Caroline
licwett Min Annie
Jlisains America
Ilnnlesty Miss Annie E
H iiianl Mistieort'i; r
Hilton 3Iiss l;mnia
Ilo'iniOTHOii Misslilizabclh lltulics Miss Klisa
ibinks Fil'Zii
llei itaee Miss Jenny
liny man Misa Harriet
Hall MitsKJ MS
H.mgliy Miss Laura
Hill lrMarv B
Bull Miss Mary A
Hiokey Mis.Mary
Head Mrs Susan
iiumeK luiss jnester
Uaistins Miss Marv
Htinicll Miss Louisa
Ilartwnll Mrs Nary W
Hall Mrs Marv
Harvey M ss Sarah
liodiron MrH Hehreea
Iliglilcn Bridget
Haines Mrs Margaret
Mrs A
J
Tan cs Miss El'rdieth
Johnson Mrs Emma 0
Junes .Miss Dorothy
Johnson Mrs Julia 3
Johnson Mrs Edwin
Jenkins Miss Fanny
Jewell Mrs. I times
Judkius Kebecea E 2
K
Kiln Miss Annie
Kelly Mrs Ilnnuiih
Klconc Mrs Mary i
Kendall Mrs Tilirabelli
Kevilotf Mrs Jaue A
Kelly Mrs Mary Ann
Kerns Mrs Sarah Ann
Kemp Miss It
nwnui uiusjinry
L
Livotto Mrs
Lee Mrs Alicia
law Miss Caric
Ljyei Mrs Augusta
Lowe MtssDuima
lioua Miss HlKuljclh A
Lasxily AlrsHlien
Lynch Mrs Harriet
L mnn Mi.-i Lucrutia
Lrill Mis.s Louisa
LonnMrs Maria
l.Unrick MniKlita A
Lavun Misa Elizalwtli
Lorain Miss I-adorc
Lamson Miss Nellie A
Laviu .Mrs Mary V
Livingston Mrs Puriun
ivivinuston -Urs 0 JS
Lawrence Mrs .Ellen A
Macs
MeFiirlaiid Mis Isabella 1! Mcfinw Mrs H J
Mrlillan Irs Sunili
McCoy Mrs June
MeArelle Miss Anna
Mi'liu;'h Mihs Mary
McOune MissSallie J
MrAtf,liiuKate
MeLaugliliii .Miss Mary
MeK-.o Mrs Innlxd
Ale '.leek in Mrs Viole'.li
lcL:itthlin Miss L juisa J
MoKenzio. Mrs It V
McCmiliirSilssKiitc
MrTlviiirtfi thu t
ncuormicK .miss .i una
McCamraon Mrs John
M
Monroe Miss Clara S
Muiilav Mm Ada A
-M.ice Mrs .Elizabeth.
Mason Kliza II
Murphy Mrs Julii
Morris Mrs Lucy
-Mitchell Martha Ann
Midiileton Miss Maria A
?lurdiv Mrs .Merrick
ason Miss Matilda
Moms Miss Lib
Stiller Mrs Kebecea
Jlikwll MissTlllic J .
Sturdy Mrs K:ite
Mayhew Miss Mary 31
MorathKranlieMllu
Midori MrsC M
Merrlnm Mrs Andrew
Mahon Kllen
Marshall Mrs Hetty
Murphy Miss Mary
Morris Miss Mary C
Mullmoun SYus Marv
MartiieiiS Miss MartiiaS
MatsonMin Maria P
Mr.im is Mary 11
Matthews Lizzie
Myers Mrs Uoikv
Mann MUuMnry K
Miller Mrs S P
Morris MisslS B
Morcun Jirs Jhuy i.
Miller lluthlillcn
N
Nfsrcoraer Mrs Catharine Nafew M is America 3
Noone Miss Annie Nugent Miss Annie
Noble Mm Mary B Ncaahau 11 iss Mary
Nel Mrs Pinkie Saris Mrs Sophia
Newton Miss Mary
O
Osrr Iiss Annie K
O'ltellly Miss Hither
OsbornMrsLE
Oliver Mrs Elizabeth
O'Connor .Mrs Margaret
Oudeidonk Misa ltachaul
P
PlumlwMi-s Caroline
Parker Delia
I'mvlessMrsEH-uhetli
l'arkur M isa Del ia O
Parse! 1 Mrs Caroline
Pease Mrs F.lizals til
Vomroy MrsO orsbini:u
Pearsnn llcllen
Potter MI--S MsrlliaW
Pratt Miss Harriet A
J'arker Mrs Lucy llerron eiene Mrs Mary J
I'rynr Mrs SevettuB Pollick Mrs Jlnrv
I'liKli iarah f'nritli Mrs.Mollic
Patterson Mtes Ada Picken Mi-sMarv L
Parker Mrs Edwin II Porter Misa Rebecca I)
Parker Liddy
i
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I
j
Q
Qulnn Mrs .Margaret
R
Richanlson Mrs Annie Ititmhlv Miss Klisahtth
Rich irilsoii Miss Josephine K' tiking Mi. Helena
ltesslei Mias Jennie
Kicbardbon MrsJolm
llutherford Mrs Jiunes
hullKtuch MrsLydia Joel
Ksid Mrs Marv 0
PyderMissLettle
Itjsil Mrsi'arah B3 .
Itolicrtaon MraW M
Rlthanlsoti Miss iaabella
IteyDO ds Miss M A
Keioan or Kcismim Mary
Kitcble Mrs Margaret
Rl.lv Miss Phelie
Reill v M ra Trinliena
Rafcr Itiss Sjwitlielia
K"nfroe Miss Jonnid
lUntf row Miss Caroline or ItiiMle M: js Lizzin
Hnnlh
Heed Mrs Sarah E
HeederMrs Isaac
Keyuolds Mrs Isabella C
RiT.v Mrs Hester
Kebinson Mrs ilaiy
R S
SpeersMrs Anderson
tsirkctt Mrs Louisa A
heilam Mrs Charles T
Sanhom MrsE C
Blunts Mrs 1! MS
Spurrier Miss Ellen
BhdeutMrsEliza
Shipley MrsBliza
SuliiTanMrsIIarrietM
Scott Mrs Harriet
Snyder MIssMary T
Steward Min Mary Ann
Seamoa Mrs Maria
Sampson Mrs Lvriia
Strusherger Miss Mollia
Bloat Mrs Peter W
Simpson Susannah C
Story Mrs Catherine M
Snyder Miss Caroline
SitKlellissIIarrielD
Stihinan MlssBelle
Simmons Miss Carrie
Simraons Mrs Bidelia
S imis M ins F. I Izabeth '
Seward Miss Funny 2 i
SiclitorMra Elisabeth "'
Stevens lira Eliza
Stew Harriet
Stramnns Mrs Jane
rinidanl Mrs Marv V
Sullivan Miss Mn'rv
Klieldon Miss Lizzie '
Hemor Lucretia
Spencer Mrs Alarin
Sullivan Mrs Martha
Shalt rer Mrs R
Htesoy fttllle I
Steele Mits Marv Belle 3
Blunders Mrs Kllzalieth
dermic niss .;eestliitt
Smith
tilth Hiss Elizabeth A Smith Miss Eunice '
Smith Miss Alice 3 Smith Mrs M K
Smith Miss Abclla Smith '
T
Temple Orra Thompson MrsArmnnd
Tanner M in C V Thnmi son Misa 11 II
Ttoberlake Mrs Mary J
Thomas Miss Marv
i -iruas jniss same . '" i
Thomas Mrs 11
Taylor IIlis Katy
Tnsnsley Mrs Mary
TutlnlMrtMary .
Turner Mrs Burali
V
. Tlntng MIssAdaa - ..'
Viilentine Mrs Fannie
Vine Mr) nL
W
WalterMIss Bell
Mallaee Mrs Abby Jane
Woodped Mrs Ann
Waitxliss Annie , , ,
Wilson MrsE A '
Wood Mrs Emma J
Wright Mrs Elinira BS
W uoit Bit s Emma
Wilhams Mrs Muriraret
Wriiht Mist Maggie.
Wnlicrs Mrs hate
Willis Mrs Kate
Williams Mrs Matilda A
Weyer Miss Carollns r
Wulters Miss Bridget
Wolf Catharine
Ualtner ilia Amulia :
WalkerMrs Eunice
Woodworth Mrs Emily 8 .
Williams Mrs Elizabeth :
Whana Mrs J A
Wilburu Martha Matilda
Wilson Miss Mildred Ann
Wells Miss Maria A ,
Willis Martha J 1
Wilkinson Sliss Ylrginia
Welch Mrabaruh
W Y
Viuii; Misa Eliznheth Young Madam Liwcllyn
1 l'oung Miss Hannah
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
A
Allen Aaron Allen A 3 Atkinson Allen '
ApplvtouDU Atkinson Edward Arnold FO
Arcuer J Baptist Abbott II F Anderson John 1
AT John Allcu Lewis H II Austatt Michael
Aliens RL Alexander UU Andrews Kuberl
Allison I1C Allen TP r
'i
T
B
Illoom Andrew
Hallanl nlnnd
Bitniett& Wells
Hurt &l Fisher .
Brand A
Bell ClarlesE
Bios Allrt
Boyle S: Roach
Buslianl Banhard
Bower Ad
Bledsoe Prof AT
BellousMr '
Becker AuKUit
Hiirnhamtc Sey- Burnell C L or
nionr David hoel-jr lluckinclmm u
Barl Edwnnl . Buxtor Kdivard J Bridge Edward
Itusken George llorlette George Biica George W ;
Hk Frederlok llreen Dennis ' Bates Frank M
UreserEO Barrtleornc IV, BcrthoudET
Hone Dominic Bill D Barliam James M
Baxter Dv J no SI Bailey Jo'eph Bowman M .
H.irkurJ Bafbisr H Luclen Barlow JD ..
Hrvant Hlmra BurkJA , , Bates JasW'
BmeUenry lloivers John Barliam James M
Will Horatio llohen James Battels John
Birnhorst John Baiger'113 Bruno H
liurns.IelinO Bishop J R llanstrater Jaek'n
HutlerLD Bnlun Michael llrinsr J.utiiurS
lleiitlev LP Baker Nathan A Burtke M C
llivelJ'rot M A P llarnaril Philip Bomsten P
Iturtfll Brady Philip . Behler Peter
Brailey Thomas Bennett WP Beach Wm
ileidiuan Wm Bates Wm lloynton Wra
llrowntleld Wm 3 Badger Samuel L Barry Wm T
HowehoWB Bijielow Sllns Bishop Wm J
Heard Wm J
lta!gely o.i Ji Bolls shjti'UI
Broadivcll Ueorgo Burns John
Heck I'lrich
Browns
Brown William V Brown Henry
Brown J ames Brown Thomas
Brown St Irwin
Brown James II
C
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Puiineli in A Cloover .1 11 St Co Carrinetoh S B
Coss Charles Clermont John Cobean Band U
Cuno Menso & Cunningluun Iter Cusick S 11
Jlevcr .Iff CoKliiU'Ihom.is
Cunningham St Oawiday H Colhoun Wm 3
Gould Crenan Juracs ChlldsWBfcCo
CalderBroan &Conuor JoluiJ Carter Wm Irwin
Co Coolidge Henry Cart' Thomas
Carey Howcit Co Conklyn John a Cromwell 'i'homas
Connerton A CagitJV Curren William
CndwiiladerDr Child James W Chambers Wm
Curroll Bernard Cohnlsaao Carbert Rev Thoj
nnmhuK CriJer.loseoh Clark Isaac '
CoxdeorsoN Craig James II Clark William
CappGeii Cunuingluuu Jas Clark Jackson
Cutler Kdwm ColwellJA
Cooner Allen
Clary Edward Clieron
Curtis U R T.-ens Cnraier Rev N J
Collins OooJwoll
it Co
Cooper It
Campbell B
Campbell Wm
Crane D.iviii
Callely Luke
Uoppin K 'J
Cowan James J
Hcury
Cutter H M
CiiUaiata Pictro
D
Dempster C
DelMltJIr
Dudley Euccne
Dnnnv fleo It
DrewC
DonellyChas
Desilver Hi Bro
Dillon Edmond
brigitutt II J
Dririkhnist J II
Delane Jno
Dell Martin
Unyle Patk
Debny ThosL
D:ivis Hiram II
DiuTmr&Co
Be Butts ArchicS
Dorian Francis
Davenport J B
Dixon Iluinphrey Darling J W
imvie uugu wiecanian 11
DellJuo Davenport Jas
Deriekson K S Dewey Newton W
Vusenberrv S Nil Dolly Thos
Doilce Snnfurd Deni W II
Davis WHO Davis Jno 0
Davis Wallace .M Davbon Alex C
Davis Wm
E
Elslon Jlr
j-iuyart GooG
Eaton .Too
Evans & Co
E irly Allen
Kuan Jno
Kngland Jus
Kvans Jno
Earley W A
Edwards D M
Edc-ir Geo K
Eberts Jacob F
Eugelinnn Jno J Klster Justus V
Eing Thos, Jr Eiler Sebastian
Edgar Thos
F
Farnham Chas W aFarmor D L Vlclit Frederick
KorresUfr Geo W Paul ds D F ol uo Finon Ueorgo
kamiini; James J French John
Ferrell James A
r temina' James rrankJolin
Fisher Hart E
Fancar Mouris
Furlong Sparks
French Lewis
Fairclongh Joan
Fields Levi
Fallon Michael
Fawcett L B
Farrell Thomas
Fisk W B
Folsom -I S
Forbes .Miles
French B B
Fullain T S
! urgerson l'lios
FianerDr Wilson Fey Win
Foster S P Fist Valorous
Gilpin BC GaskillBudd GurlituAT
Giles Andrew C Gouspal B Griese Benjamin 3
Griste Chas I' B GlucrcherCW Gcureon Edward
Green Atfrtil Gittens A W Gould Charles W
Gairett Genrge W Giiwut F N i Uassway David C
CnivDavidS GurdinerDS Gall D C
Gaskill EUwnmrt tiaie John Gibson Juseph
Glitltn JobulirtrneGoines John Grifliu J 0
(iobclJohn GcerJohn OrieweJU
(irvden HP Gnsorv Johnson Gainel J P
GrinithMcrritt Gould (toy Grimes Patrick
GnrveyPclor Ooillot Phillips GlaiizO
Galla-rhar Patrick Goent Hlchurd 3 Gouldcn Thi
Green Wm GlesslogTB Gemimia William
Grady Timothy Glaticy William Gilbert WE
GlahV
H
Hahn Sir
Hallowell A
llornGeorce
lliiugliev G
Haller Gabriel
llayilen Frisby
Housiner Benj HarimsorMr
'leyman it tre Harriott Ir
Hiuanier G llcadden Geo B
HutchensEW Hooper E J
Humphreys DavidHolzman Geo
Heeeer IiomiuicusIIendrick Geo H ,
ucinsireei ti
HoytJ JI
Hinemanll
Hoagluid JohnTl Unison Jas TV
HautswheJohnO Hensell Henry
Huffmiut Johnll JIart Joseph W ,
Huettjosoph R Ilutchesou Jos
Howard MattliewJ Hope R S
llicks John
Harlin Herman
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Hewitt Mauler
Handy lloht.1
Hanks Richard
Hammer Peter
Hrusten & Son
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Porter It J
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Phillips WB Parmer Goo W
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Warner John Warren John Rer Warren A L Col
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JAS. J. FARAN, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
EMAINING IN TIIK POSTOFFICB
at Covington) Saturday, August 27, W
Arnold Miss M K AriMstrons H Adanls Bnico
Aiiiiam t sural. Arnitr ii.g li Aiiei ainsw
Alwod.Toha
Allen Misa A A Baker T J
Bruit Thos Bilbblt Mrs If A
Biiildlo Mrs M A llrowll H W
Bron' on Hush Berlugo Murtin
H rryjohn W
Bena U
Powen H It
Hriggs Miss N J Hell Miss Emma Broadwrll Mrs M
llreukmai) H I llngley Tho f'owan R A HI 3
Conumls Sirs B Cumiuiiigs U ColyMlsaM
Conutins Mrs 0 l.'ochrnn Misa M ColtghlinSli-'sME
('illlnan Mike
Chi 1st Mrs II
Conway ThoS ,!
t'orchrun JasS
Casnn Mr II
Cormody Miss ill Culboitaen Blrs n
Crage Win (.olemanJusM
Craig Mrs Nancy Connor Win
Crockett MisM J Crawford Thos
tJnmnili.'s (lira A Collins Mr A. r
Cuahiu Joint (avauamzh E'
CaldwuilG J
Cbrooli.r Wm S Criitcher J W r.rghan James
Dickson JSIislILroildridiierhilliiDeglo H
Dean 0 Deuipsey James Duffy John K
li uilel Mrs .M Knglanil K w Ely Mrs M J
r.uis jonn r.wart miss j
Fwurt James
Efingr Mien M
Vlunagin John
Fanning George
Edwards John J binuictjoo
Feilke F
Fisher Oeora'
FlniUMike
Fay Ellen
Golden Geo II
Given uiss A
Garrest C 0
Gruhuin Mrs A
Forehnu iln J
Crifliu 1)
oraw John
Oruen Miss M 0 Green Isaac
Gordln Oto W ,arrih Otis
Gray Billy Goto Mrs Chas
llobart Henry Hibbs Philip
Hrti'lrhev .1 ; Hivt Kilwiinl
Iluiiis.lolm A
llerlery Jllss a iioiuen misu Herun-nu
Henry Mrs M Harold (i . Hurd Catharine
Iljs .MaryB Harper Samuel Humphrey Wm
Hess W C i lluckelt Mrs A H Harper Nainuel
Hughs homes Hanson Jon Jnnea Mrs H '&
Jones Mrs M A Johnson Mrs II Inqnls Johu
Inoon Sir Johnson Mrs C L Jouks II B
Jonas David H Kenyon II L Keen Archibald
Kenuey Henry KourtJM Kohl II II
Kelly Mrs Mark Klrtley J Milton Kirby Mrs.T
Lluhtfuot Mrs K Lewis Mnrgnn LongaereMrsOSI
Lee James V Lautry Patrick Leak Moses
Lee Mrs Ellen LeeTliomas Liviiigstou JP
Moru'an Geo W Murphy alius II Stiller Jas
Maddux Wm Murphy J , Slaun Isaac B
Murphy Sliss A J Slurry Mrs TI Slaloney Miss J
Slciirsii M r Asa Molvin John Miller L A
M.ir.-iiallSIrs ABSlurray Francis Mason Sirs A J
Kapler John , Naughton Hnry Oaksltobt
O'Neal Miko O'Connor .1 W lisborn Hughoy
O'CallahaiiEUcu Pewell K K i Pace, KuitiOtCro.
Purler Miss E I'rice Slins Hollo loy
Page G S Pelley M is V A Prludle 0
i'ltcber Sirs J : Pruthor Mrs K Porter JI
PlawsJolin Ralston Sirs S Riley Thomas
Ruyniond Wm II Iteiudin Jas W. Rose A P'
ItoiinailKM Rilov Phillip Robertson J W
Riddle Jno U Heed Thos Reed ilns Tlioniaa
Rublnsou M G Hilev Miko IlitaJohn
Head Lizzie
Slilnnur aamuol rummer Margaret
Sii lierest B F Sliauglinessey P
Shooter Eniinn iStewurtJnoB
Stewart Mr Simmors liiincy
Thonipsou S II Tierny Sirs E
Thornton James Taten Marv
Scott U O
Stockton Sirs L
Suture P E
Thornton W D
Thomson J U
Thonias Misa Sue Turner Mixs
idle Ugliest Man
in Covintjtoii
Wolch Ellen
Wlicatley Mary A
Wadlo Melissa
Wilcox Henry WintcrsoldWm
Winder Mrs II II Wilkinson Jno
Woolf Henry . White Georgo
Wood Edwin 3 White L S
KzVPcrsous calling for any of thine letters will
pieuse say they are advertised.
W. D. HOLT, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN NE WPOBT POST
GFFICE, August:;, liM'J:
Bayliff SInry 2 Basaott Sainuel Raur JInrv
Bindley Sir Bragg MrsJeiinie Bowling 'John J
Baviner Fr Belvillo S S Haysee Wm
Brown Martha Bole Robt B Uassot Robt
Benner Charles Covet Miss Belle Cole George P
Carroll Mrs 8 J Olnlr Sirs Slary CriboserMrs
Connelly Joseph Cooper J JI Crawford Slollie
Davis James Elchelborirer.Ios Kdmondson Wm
Foster ilollie Feighery Jlich'I Oarrison M E
Gornman Jliss G Guy Jinrtha (!ntv G W
Grutg Barbara Gurret Laura UahhsChas
Gray Jolin
liigliv alary J
liilnklns Thos
Harris Francis
lleauiy ,1
iiuiau Edward
Harrison A H "
Kulby Thomas
Leslie Dora
Lycos James
Aioody John B
MeClureNuncy
Noenian Slary
Powell John
Howard A W
lllluhOM I'liomns
Howard Sirs tt
Jackson Win T ' Kenedy Mrs A
Kruse R KenvuM Atltruat
Lumpkin Kitty Lyon Surah J
Sleyor Henry Sillier JJ
Jlix Wil MeClarn Robt , ,
JleDowell L r SlcOlaughllu 0 1
Norten Edward Phelps Ferd'nd 3
i-iutee Aivin u itoss Mary A
Hiimliold Jos
Rubertsou Wm
Swift Thomas
Hobiuson Samuel
Sekillman JL
Smith li T
Thomkins AG
Tavlor Thoa K
Ityan Richard
Sarver Jennie
Smidors Wm D
Thornton Griffin Theohold P
Thomas John T Taylor Sarah
Woodard Harriot Whita UllalC
WhituOarolino
WeddersteudfllrsWarren Jane E Wilson Chan J:
J . wauejuisssts Wagnei'A 11
J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
CLARETS! CLAKET8!!
WE HAVE RECEIVED '
I GO Cases St. Jullen Claret.
Which wo ofler at a small advuncc. ' "
K. V. A W. II. COLEMAN,
j2l :. :rr. ' and t Burnet Honte Huildiug.
TOILET SOAP.
Sjfllj GBOBS TOILET SOAP,
-lVy On consignment, very low.
Hotels, Boardliig-Houics and families would do
wen io examine too siock.,
E. B. & W. B. COLESIAV.
JbJI
- and fl Unmet Homo Bnildins.
Money! ..Money! Money! ,
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
MONEY LOANED ON: -WATCHES, JEW
ELRV and all kinds or Merchandise, at low
rstes of Interoit, at No. 5 West Sixth street, bo.
twaen WiTlnut t Vine. , . , , 21 1
MiBDIOATED i STRKNflTHEylNG
PLASTERS. -Thoso Plasters aro excellent
remec los In cases of pain and wonknees in' tbc side,
bmaslor back ; also, In rheumatic affections, coughs,
astbma.spralna, bruises, and kidney or spinal infec
tions. Tho Arnica, Galbannm, Pitch, Poor Alan's
ud Hemlock, Plasters, are manufactured of various
sizes, on kid or olbth, and Poor Man's on psner, by8.
As GUI FFlTH.and supplied to dealers and druggiits
oh an good terms as any tnanufactnrers In the U. S.(ll)
LADIES IF TOU WISH A GOOD DOTJ-blo-Threailed
Family Sewing Machine j which
for practical use can not be snrpassed, call at No, 9
Carlisle Building, second story, corner Fourth and
Walnnt.and see ''Novelty," Bruen'a Patent, the only
Machine that ean homed with either a singieordoii
blethrmd. It is the best Machine made, and never
breaks needles. Call and soelt, orsend for Circular
erdspecjnionofwork. - . F. T. COLEMAN, ,
, , Sols Agent for ths West and south-west.
" So'. I ID Irlaln-strect, below Fourth . '
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
snd UoDinillor at La-v, Chase's Building
Third stroet, 3 doors East of M.Id 17
MISCELLANEOUS.
BY STATE AtTTabilXTY.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
tAgoncy established In I'lnciiinnl I In IdJij, au
tediitlng all present locul-Insurniico Companies and
A .lentil's in the Insurance busli e s in this city. H i,
years constant duty here, couibltied with wealth, ex
sorience, entarprlro snd liberality, especially com
mend the iETb A Inkuraiice Company to the favora
ble patron ace of this oomniuuiiy slandiuit solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living piunoer of
Cincinnati uuderwriters of Ifs'i.j,
Cash Capital -ftl. 000, 000.'
lADSOLCTE AND OJTJIPAIBRD.) WITH A
SUKP1,IJ9 ' 1,(3),123 WO.
And the prestige of id years sueoessandoxperlonca.
INVHSTMSSTg OV . .
Oyer $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS Ol' SI 11,000,000, LOSSES
Have beeu paid by (he THtna Insurance Company in
the past 40 years.
Fire and Inluml Naviumion. Rlsksacctp'od
st terms consintent with solvency and fair profits.'
Kapecial attention given to insurance of Dwellings
anil Contents, for terms of 1 to .1 years. '
Application made to any duly authorised Agent
ra'omptly attended to. By strict attention to'a legit
inatelnxiiraiico hiialncsH, this Company Is enabled
to ufl'or both Indemnity for the past iind eecuiity for
tho future, Poliries iHsued without delay by
.IAS. II. (!A It'iKIt, Aiidlt, No. 40 Main street.
A. V. PATCH, Aasistaut Anelit.
II. K. MNDSEY, Aceiit 171 Vine street.
J. J. HOOKKR, Agent. Vnlton. I7lh Ward. ana
" MALL'S' PATEjYTT.''
1 II B MOST R TITjI A HT.E Fl RE AND
Bl'HOLAR PROOF sAFIiS.-Thoy havoEivcn
Oioro Biitlst'action than anv otln r now In no,
Wooflor a reward of ONIi THOU8AND POT,
LARS to any person Unit can, up to tho present
time, shown single iiistaiu o wburuiitthey havo failed
to preserve their content.
With this SAPK we eliiillciico nil competition, as
beinirtlm best Fire Proof, Buraiur Proof, or ire
and Burglar Pii'ol'now made; and nro willlnK to
test with any establishment in the Union, and the
par y tailing II rat, to forfeit to the other, the sum
of S-.0W.
We nro prepared to furnish a butter Palo, and at less
cost, than any oilier manufacturer iu the United
States.
Second-hand Safes of other mnkors, alo on hand.
Worospectfully invite the public to call ana exam
ine our stock before nurrhasin elsewhere
HALL, 0 4BFOLL & CO.,
aui;12-ayt Nos, is and !7Kaat Columbja street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX.
nr. .i -. M
unoiera, xmons unouc, and
ALL PAIXS I. TDE STOMACH & BOWELS,
made toy CEO. S. &IGIIT,
WH0IJE8AIJI DRUOOIRT, ' CIKCINNATI.
FOR SALS BY JOilN B.PARK, SUIIIE, KCK-
HTIV. I'O ,.,irl nmiifUr. D.nvni 1 Iv llr.l,, l..fl
at WiiLiAXso.v it HATHbLU, jso. 41 Walnut atreu
will he nllouded to. aul.",-tnovl .
TUE OLD DOMINION
AMI
TEA POT.
A B T El II R ' S
. r ii i
SELF-SEALING '
FRUIT CANS
AND
T JEL 23,
The boat now in use and all prepared for Sealing, ,
VU A TT'S
PATENT
Sclf-YenUlating
MILK- PAN"?
The Kreiitest invention yet, Xvory house-keeper
should have one.
ARTHUR, BURNHAM & GILBOY,
': Manufitctnrers' of Tatent Articles..
MTTrad Depot Tor the West, 1 ... , . '
. - 21 East Penrl street, Cincinnati.
. JOSKPII It. GREEN, Anent.
ar-'end for a trade Circular. 1 aul
(ariMJ
X X. L
M "TJ A.'iELX -
AFTER MANY YEARS OP. PRACTICAL
experlcnco in tho art of Muslard-uinklnir, tho
proprietors offer the above brand of Mustard to tho
public, guaranteeing it a strictly nuro article, manu
factured from the beat quality of seed, carefully s .
looted with the denim ul ernllieinata SliiHtard SUPIS
RKHl IN P LA Viir AND PUNGENCY TO ANY
NOW IN USB. We havo no liMiltaii'in In sayinK
that all lovers of aood 21:Htur'l will li ml the I. X. L.
tobo that which tlioy so fren"Utly fail toolilnin,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
BUTOrdura promptly filled.
. HARRISON & WILSON,
jell 09 nnd 101 Wnlnut.Ntrcet..
'COMPOSITION KODFIiVQ.
undorsbned is ponarod it) put on s
. Composition Koof of ths best quality at short
notice. i
OlDcein J AB. Bruce's Carriage 'Repository, cor
ner Third and Vino. ' r ;
IW Ueonug materlul cormlantly on hand, and for
sale. (jy27-Dm) J. M. NOIILB.
J. Ji BUTLER'S ,
1 13i cclsaor Fiui4;.Isk8.;
"'' MnilnlfaPoH. 33 Vine fit S4
C II AMP AIG N 13 VT I N E.
44n EEENSEAT,," " ' ' '
1' ' r "IMPERIAV : -.
, .... , . "CABINKT," .t '
' ' " ' '' ' -"HKlCHniL'S,'.
And other favorite brands, aonatnotly en hand.
K. II. W. B. COLBtlAV.f
1 JM " Band Burnet Pouso Uuildlriu.
Pure, Still & Sparkling Wines,
JAMESE8IIEIiBYi ' :'
Uasn.oiovfdhls WINKCKLLiAUtoNo. I (I RAM
WUMJ 8TKKKTbovt Third street. jyu
mm$, mkm mm
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RAILROADS.
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
"
RAILROAD
RIOUR DAILY TEAIN3 LEAVE THE
JT -'SMIi-strect Depot. .'
Tralus ran ihreuKh to Indianapolis, Lima, Ban.
dunky and Cleveland without clianK ot cars.
TliroiiKh Tickets for all tasteru, Western, &orth
era end jiorlh-Mestern cities.
(J A. M KXPIlEfeh TRAIN (Columbus time,
which isseven minutes taster iliau Oinclnnatl) f or
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes elost
connection at Crestline fur PituburK, Bnltisiore,
Philadelphia-and New York; anil at LTeveliuid kit
Dunkirk. Buffalo, Boston and Sow Yolk. Aleo,coi'
iitcta at Dayton with Piiyton and Michigan Road hit
Troy, Piiiun, Sidney, time, fort Wayne and Chicado.
reaching Chicago at 7.3U I'. l (Juiiicy audCalenaas
7 A. M. Also, ut Dayton with lireenvillo and lillami
Road, for Orcenville, Tnloi., Winchester and Mun
eie. Alo, connects at Richmond with Indiana Cen
tral Rood.for Indiaiiupolis. Lafeyette.ldilcago.Terrn
Haute, St. Louis, aud all Western lilies. Also, at
Rli liniond with Cliiclniiatl and ChlfSKO Road, for
Anderjou.Kokomo and Peru. Alee, connects with
Jnncilon lluilioadul Hainlltou for Oxford.
S A. .. iUAIL, TBA IN For Dayton, BprinC
fidil and Saudutky Counecis at Sandunky witl
S'i'KAMKIHorDlTIt)lT:at U It BAN A for CULL JI
BUS; at Forest with Pittaburif, Fort WoyiieaudChi
caifo lioad, Kant uud V est; at Clyde with C'. and To
ledo (load lor Cleveland and Bullulo, Toledo, DetroPf
nnd- t'hkaio. This train also connect at DELA
WARE with the C, 0. k C. Road fur Cleveland and1
points East. ...
4:0 P. JI. TRAIN-Fnr Dayton, Spnnsueld
aud Sandusky Counects at Forent with PlttaburR,
'Clyde wlthU. and Toledo lload for OlevelaudangBiif-
talo, Toledo, Uetrolt iinutlllcnuo.. .Also, connects at
Richmond for Indianapolis, Terrs Haute, St. Louis
and Chicago. Also, connects Willi JuuclionRailroad
at Hamilton for O.iford. , .
1. ill. TllA IN-For Dnvton, Troy, Piiua, Sid
no)1, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicao, reaching Chi
onto at li A. M.
Its;-Tho fl and 8 A. IT. trains connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Bnllalo. I
For further information nnd Tickets, apply at the
Ticket olticcs north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. Ifle vvalimt-street,' near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Olllco, on the west, side cf Vine-street,
lioiwecn Postofllce and Burnet Houee; at the Wslnu
Street House, or at t ho Slxth-streut Depot.
nil 16 r I). MuLARKM, Snporintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
XIIREB THROTTOH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train No. 1 Express. at 6 A.M., cobneote via
Coluiiibnsand Cleveland, via Columbus, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbus, Steuhenvllle and Pitts
burgh, Dotrottvi&Olevulandaud steamer. This Train
stops, between Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love,
land, Deertlcld, Morrow, Xonia, Cedarrille, South
Cliai lestou, Loudon and Wost Jefferson.
.Second Tiain-iN o. 2 Express, ut 8:3U A.M., eonnocts
via Columbus, Bella ir and Uenwood; Wheeling; via
Columbus, Stoubenvilleand Pittsburg: via Columbus,
C'eatline mid Pittstmrs: via Columbus and Cleve
laud) Detroit, via Cleveland aud steamer: White Sul
phur stution, via Sprincrleld. This Train stops bo
twecu Cincinnati and Columbus, at Flainville, Mil
ford, Mianiiville, Lovoland, Deorfleld, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xeuiaand London.
'third Trutn Aeconunodatieu, at 4:40 P. M., for
Columbus and Springfield.
Fourth Train Misht ExpreBs.at 11:30 P. M.j con
nects viaColnuihus, Bel lair aud Benwood; Wheeling,
via Columbus, Steuhenvllle and Pittsburg; via Co
lumhus, Crestline and l'ittxbuig: via Columbus nnd
Cleveland. This train stops at Lovelaud, Morrow,
Corwin, Xcnia and Loudon. SLEEPING OAKS ON
THIS TBAIN. '
No. 1 Express, through to Cleveland without changs
oliar3.
No.UExpress, through to Wheeling without Changs
of cars.
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. 51., runs daily, except SATURDAYS. The
uther TralDS run daily, oxuoptSUMDA YS,
For all information, and fhrotich Tickets to Bos
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Magara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Whecliue, nnd all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Waluul Stroet House, Ho. 1 Bur
net Houso, south-east ruer of Broadway and Frost
streets, and at the Eastern li ;lt. , -
Tralneruu by :oliunbiistina whicbls levea.mln
utes faster than Cincinnati timo.
J. DtJRAND, Snp't.
Omnibuses call for psssengori by leaving direction
at the Ticket Offiloi. my!7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
AND THE NORTHWEST, VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Qidy One Change of Curt betmen Omamuxti
'' auri Chicago. ,; ' ,i .
Throe Passenger TrainsleaveClncinnali dally, from
thereof of Mill and Front streets.
fr.wi A. M. Chicago Mail arrives at IndlstuBolis at
10:30 A. M.; Chicarto at V.t'y P. M. This tmn con
nects with all nig lit trulns ou t of Chicago, for ths
Wostnnd North-west.
12:011 M. Terra Haute and Layfajotte Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, lit ftalU P. M., making
direct connections at indiauapolis with Terre Haute
Trains nnd Iiidlanupolis aud Latayotte trains for
Decatur, Springlleld, Maples, (,'uiiii'y, Hannibal aud
St. J oseph; also with Peru trains for Peru, FUWayne
and Toledo.
6:uu P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago nt 7:10 A. 11. Making clean
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connsels at Indianapolis
with Terre Hauta trulns for all points West and
Northwest.
Sleeping cars are attached to all the night trains
ou this line, and ran tin ough to Chicago without
change of cars.
This is exclusively o Western and north-western
route, and with favorable and tollable arrangement!
with all connect!"? roads I hi ough jot the entire
West, gnarauteos unusual euro anil I he amplest ao
ccinmodations to tho patrons ol this line.
eT Be sure yon nro in the right ticket office before
yon pnrchaso your tiokets, and ask for tickets Ti
tnwrenceburg and lnrtlanapoll'.
Faro the same as by any other route. Bgrag
checked through.
Til KOl'GH TICKETS, good until used, can be ob
tained at the ticket oflicea, at Spencer Bouse Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. I Bur
net House Corner; at the Walnut-street Hons . and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street! when
all necessary information may bo had.
Omnibnsses run to and from lacb train, and w
call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of th
oity, bj leaving address at either office.
. . , ... W. H.Jj. NOBIiK,
mylO , . . General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great Thfotifrh Route for
INDIANAPOLIS, ,
TUBRB HADTB,
BT. IiOUIH,
, JiAFAYECTK,
(JHIdAOO, ' '
'. LOUANSPOllTi ...
: ' PEBD.
KOBT WAYNR.
TWO DAILY THROUGH TRilNSleaveSixth street
Depot, at 6 A. M. and (:3 P. Bt.
S A. M.-1NMANAPOLI8, ST'. LOCI8 4 OrllOA
00 FAST KXPRESS.-Through direct, making close
connections for all other Western and North-n estern
points. This Train also connecisat Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Knko.
mo, Logansporti and al 1 points ou Wabash Valley
Railroad. k
4:30 P. M.-INDIANAPOIiIB, (IHICi.00 A ST.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRK88.-Th above Trains mako
olose connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chi
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Rock
Island, Qaleahurg, Kenosha, LaCrosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, llllwaukoe, Mattoon, Naples,
Galena, Qulucy, Pniirio du Cliten, Pans, Peoria,
Dnnlcith, Uacinei, Deoalnr, Bloon.lngton, Jeliet, La
Sal lo, bt. Paul, and all towns and citios is the North
Wist. '
Throngl Tickets given tad Baggage checked
threngh. ...
For further Information and Through Tickets, ap
ply to Tloket Offices, neft.h-east oornerol Front and
Broadway; No. 160 Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east corner of Fourth and Vine street, or St
tho Sixth-street Depot.
D. M. 110 It ROW, Superintendent.
Omnibus us will call for pwiieiimrs by leaving their
naniei at either of the Ticket Oliloes. .
13 W. H. SMITH, Agent.
OAND Y I O AND Y
'. XX. JSTm OTiARK,
(Successor to JIiibs ft Co,)
Mamtfaeturert aud Wholesale Dealers
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 'MAW STREET, -CINCINNATI
JOHN lfONBR,
, . : (succissoa to raris ssjth,)
At 36 West Fifth st..
Has constanily on hand I.nrge Variety (
FANCY 600DS, TOYS, CHINA,
FANCY 'BASKETS,
Fishing Tackle, Military Goods, etc,
WHOLESALE 'AMD anHiV,
AT VERY tOW PRICES.

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