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THEjgjRESS.I
MOMUAY.- . SKl'Ti.lIBJJK. 5 j
Advertised Letters.
I 1ST OP LETTERS REMAINING ITT
J the Cincinnati Post-office BtTiisoir KvMUie.
September -4, 185'..
tV Al' letters advertised are subject to an a"tra
oharai i one cent. Persons calling lor them will please
conicprepareil witii the necessary change.
SsFM'ersoiis calling for these letters will please say
they arc advertised, and five number and date of list.
if The office will open at Jjf A. M., and close- at tl)j
1'. M. Sundays-Oilico will open from tf A. M. la 10ii
A 'I .
W Tim list taliirli mult) up cvorv S-tnnlay even
in:, between :) iiml 1 n'cioek, ami embraces all the un-cali-d-for
letters of that week.
.CifOn Saturdays the olhca In closed from JI to 4
o clock 1'. Al. lor the purpose of preparing the totter
Li'..
No. 36.—September 4, 1859.
LADIES' LIST.
A
Allen Mrs Allicu
Abbott Mrs 0 A
Ash Mis Jane
Adams Mm m P
II
Hasfonl JI iss 0 Frances
Bcrnctte Jin D M
Jlabb Jliss HarriattN
Hsston Miss Iila
Hadgely Mrs II f!
llaggess JIis Lir,r,le
llannester Miss M E
l!:irr Miss Mary
ninl Mary
Brennun Miss Maggie
Herniester .Vina P
Iloyer Virginia
llunily Jlrs Elizabeth
BuUurfleld Jlis A .M
Arthur JlrsC JI
Adum Jlrs Charles
A ova .Mrs ClaikT
Aniiii Mis Mary
Roycr Miss Ainreline
Rainester Jliss Diploma
Brooks Mrs hmily M
llingham M is Ilattie
Rarhcr Mrs J '
llntherk Mrs Jane
Itrncc Mary Eliaa
Urine Mrs Jfircsret
butler Miss Kate
Hu tier Miss bifio
lloimsroto Lizzie
UrauibleStdiiiila
ll.'inictt Ann
Barry Jliss Catharine
Browns
Hrown Cornelia M
Uruvn Jliss Ann lilizu
c
Conner Mrs JIurv R
Chapman .Mrs Mary S
Custard Mm Kite E
Cuvler Mrs Marv
Carroll Miss Mary A
Cure Miss ItikU
Coll Mrs Sophia
Campbell Mrs Ko.sc
Collin Miss Sarah E
Casper Sim Sarah
Co i .rd Mr Th'reja
Cnambers Mm T K
Council Jlrs Carlos
Collins Mins Katu
Carloy Mrs Mary
Comnious Jlary
Cannon Mrs Eliza
Costigan Mrs
llniwn MLsj Sally
Ci'.?'jp Mrs
Craven Mary Ana
Cavett ftiUs Hell
Care Miss Kllen
Cross Mrs Kliza
(VjTiry l-Mleii
Cjopcr Mis K I
Cjllins MI-HJulia
Costijren Miss llannnli
Cullom Jlisa Harriet J5
Crotson Miss Muck
Carr Mrs Marina A
Coats MIssKutc It
lolllni Miss LduIkb
tUtmpliell Mrs Maria N
'nnncr Mrs Mary U
Cosmlln Miss Mary
Crulcy Ann
Clarks and Cooks
Cook 51 ra Hannah Clark Miss Knte A
Clark Miss Helen Clark Mrs Hither A 3 !
1)
Doty Mrs I,
Deal Miss Lydia A
Luntie Jliss .Mary
Duval I Mrs Princilla
Doyle Miss Eliza
DeCliffnvdJIrs Catharine
Tiinley Anna
ji-'ii'iai Irs 1'inmy
Piv.on !issl-;ik'i'i 3
P' it.m Mrs Rilsaheth
f i um- ! MissJuharns
n.iily Miss Ivato
.. .
xiouunusa Miss a
E
F,gan Miss Bridget Emerson Mrs Biddy
ggle.tu Mrs C J Kidney Mrs Francina
kdringtnn Mrs Jtseph'jie Edwards Jlrs Margaret
liisonhirt Miss P Khrhart Jlis' Susan
y.au .Miss Liu:ev Evuns Miss Blanch D
Zmmois Miss Charlotte
Fitzpatrck MrsC
'rank Mrs Barhara
Freedinan Mrs B A
Vairlianks Mm V A
I'rahcliine Maria
Freeman Mrs Nancy
Vla!i.iri.v Miss Mary
i'Liuiiiigaii Anna
F
Kltzpatrick Miss Ann
Puller Mrs Edwin N
Pord Mrs Ellen
Pox Mrs Jaiift II
Vurch Miss Mary H
Plannery Miss Slary Ana
Poster liss Mullic J
"itzpatrick Mrs
(Irn'iani siin Ar.uie L
tiotoitii Miss.lcmhiii
(Iraut Miss Mzic
(ill leu Miss Mareirct
(lillp"rt Mrs l'riicilla,
livvinti MrsRarah
(Ir.'.lisMisS turali
drier Mis Ann V
(lee Miss Johanna L
'iilliert Miss Lucy
Gaston Miss Matilda
ttears MissSanih
(ielkn Mis Sarah A
(t'uvc M rs AL A
(Ireenwoo'' 'll-.s Sally
11
ilewittMlss Annie
ilought'in MrsOco A
llofer Miss Julia
Harrison Miss Mattle
Hays Miss Maria
flop-in Miss Mary J
HigooBMrsLiia
jio-.v-ird Miss Mury J
Hill Mrs Sarah K
Hunger Mrsl'rsula
leritacc Mrs Malinda J
Uickoiilooiier Miss J B
Hammond Miss Mary E
It'.ldrHge Annie
Herii'Tin Miss Eliza
lloyt MissGnuc
H irurave niss JulU
Iiohhs Mary
hi -vit,0ttlc3
Hard Laura
nu ai. .iiiu Margaret
llufer Mis Regina
Hopkins Mis Sophia
TlnmcsMiwF
Hngan Mary
I J and Initials
.Tames Annie
IiiU'MWll Miss Ciisxy
.IoiicsMm Kllza A
loycciosophine
.I'tc -ns .urs it i5
Jones Mrs Charlotte l
Johnson Mrs lileoeicr
'ones Miss Heli'n
joun miss Mary
JomsoaMiss L'sr.y
llilos Mrs Virffiria
Juckaon .Miss Oplielia
K
Knott Miss Amanda. Knighton Missllar.ch
Kirwan Anne ivivries Mrs Ann
Kett'jirer .MifnPana Keycs Mrs Uliziiiieth V
K -veny MissEllen B Kuowlton Mrs Jnno
Kcely Maria Ki'H"-MisE Molliu
King Miss M J
L
I,yonMlssClara LyttlcMiss Klizntielh
Lewis Mrs II l.eman Hiss Jenny
Lord Miss May I.arnmar Melinila
)i:ason Min Nellie A l.ukcna Mls Kehccea
Lulton Mis arnh A Lancaster Miss Laura
Lyon Mrs Murtiner Leake Mrs Mary i
Leech Mrs
Macs
McTHiKhlln Miss Mary E M.'Donald Jtiss Annie
MeCune Miss Sarah Jane
..IcLenti'in Mrs Hell
MiTu'T Mi" Aurora
McMrust Mrs Sullie
MtPai lanil Mrs Callicriuc
Mcl)oupil Mrs Hector
.nc.aiieou)ii sirs iicuccca
Ji
5Iii(ire lliss Ann
VilliKiin Mm Catharine
MessicK Mish Catharine
Mormn Miss Fannie
.Martin Mrs Ellen
Mnlan Miss Hannah
Marlin Mm Harriet P.
Moore Miss llallie A 3
M'ddlc'.in Miss Maria A
.Malone Miss Mary
Mitchell Miss Meiifsa
Mnoie Miss Mary Ann D
Morton Mrs Mary 0
Moore Mrs Pnitii'H
Miller Mrs E K IV3
M array Mary it
Neil Mrs
Niinaii Mrs Elizabeth
'cwniu:i 'diss Lizzie
iiclsou Miss (annr V
OXcililriJ
T:ir1;or 'rs Dmimv
Pitt M!sj llarriui. A
J'.lers Mi-s MartlciL
J'alnii'r Mis. Ko'e A
Pen jeiinsl fir ilL':t
I'aysnn Mrs lien 'i tta
MclJec il Iss Aniiii
McCanlilT Miss Kale
MoClureMrsrilitli
M
Mnntaunicr MrsC
Miirpliv Miss Aunic l
Millard Miss Annie
Marshall Kii.s,
Moore Mrs Jo
.Mutt Miss Jennie M
Millsr .M.ks, I 0
Morgan Mrs Jlary L 3
May Miss MclimlH
Monahon Miss Kate
i'ayhew Mb .Mary Em
Ma den Mrs Mary
Mires Vrs Virsinia
Mitchell Mrs Elizabeth
M!,y Miss Caildy
My re Mrs llacli'cl
N
Nichols Miss Annie E
Newman Mrs .M A
Niiiier.MrsC
Nive Marcaretti
incirins.mi nxrs it
o
0;Connor Miss Margaret
OtrMiss SirahMariu
V
Powell Mrs .Tamos V
Phores Mrs M iry Ann
Philips Mrs MvKiii't
Picken Miss Louisa
Porter list ItelwecaD
Parkpr M rs klrlnLtc
Palmer M iss Margie
R
Knss Miss Catharine
llussell Mrs Clara
Kichanlson Mrs Col .III
Kntherfor.l MrsLibbie
Kice Miss Kate
llyan Mary Eliza
Ri'Ccrs Mrs Samuel C
Pumscv Mrs P.intna
Hoijers Miss Jan thai
Kii'huils MissChn
it'binsici Irs('atharin3
KevuiipUMIssJao
K"ss Mrs Julia
Htiinnsoa Mrs Mary
Klrharison Mrs Mary B
Ki'rs His Mary
lUpcr Miss jiyuthela
lLjllev Mrs Louu
ltamsey Mrs Caroline.
S
Rms T'-ir Miss Anna M 1 SpriBman Mrs J A
Stadimilli-r MissCaiharinc Spabiini; Miss Catharine A
fntt Miss Annie E Shipley Miss Eliza
Stci'diiimMrsKlizaS Shsffield Miss Emily ft
S'.r.iKbiiilKe Emma Scott Mrs Joanna
Steele Mrs Jane. Shauiilmcfv Miss Marv
S lan ton Mis Mary Sttth'rland MissLaviaa
r ted :i us .u iy jieiic
nilhn 'n tis "'araret
SliaferMi-sMollieK
Scutt Mrs Maria V
S'h irp l!s Mary
Hpailer Miss Viinny
Sivirt Miss Nannie
Hloat Mrs Peter W
Simnson BtisannaO
Mici I Jlrs Hannah
Simple Miss (tamo
KwithcrMiss Mary A
iTiannua
Riieily Mrs Maria A
Seaman Mary E
Shift Miss liiilo
Sarncnt Miss Mollis
Strong llachel
Hiillivao Perthetn
S:unpson Mrs Susan
Htewanl Miss Lizzie
Stangle Mrs Martha
Sullivant Mrs PartheniaL Sheppard Eliza Jane
Heo't Mrs Sarah L 8wncer Mrs Margaret
BleoylMrk Miss AM Scdam Mits JIa:ti
Smiths
BmitU Miss Alice Smith Miss Emma S
Smith Miss Kitty 1' E
T
Trimble Mbs Ellen
Turner Mrs J S
Trainer Miss JsncE
Thomas MrsN II
Tlio.upmn MrsMollie
'I'riKs Sal lie
'Xciry flisf Doraphone i
Taverns Mrs Jane 3
Junev JirsJo'in
TalwitMisslHiinlc
Thompson Mrs Lucie
Tnvlor Mrs (Irsou
Turner MissS
TappieMiaiiiallie
V
Yanliew Miss Llllie.
AV
Unrren Mrs Amelia Wertlietnpir Miss Saalot
Wilson Miss Chri-tina Wrinht Mrs Amelia
Wallace Mrs Alex Watiamallor Miss
MMsuu Miss LliKiflieodosia Wilson Miss Ella 3
Ward Miss KllimaE
Wrigliter Mrs Elvira
Walker Missllatllu
Wlttam .Mrs Jane
Watson Mrs Jana
Williams MissMnryO
White Miss Lona
Webster Mrs Muria
Wright Min Linl' .
Wardssr-irth Mrs Mntiha
W.ir.l Vsncv
Wen Hell M rs RP
Williams Miss Carrie
Winn Miss VV It
Wagner Mrs Lucy
Wlliate MrsK.
West Sirs Elizabeth
Williamson Mrs June M
Wright Mrs Henrietta
Weteni diss Sucllle
White .Miss Mary B
Watts Mrs Mary A
Wnllaee Mils Miiry
Werner .MissJiaiyA
AVintcr Louise
Wrichi Miss Nellie
Wilson Mrspcnnella
Womnr'c Mrs Sarah Ann
White Miss . E
Woodirai'it II Us Emelinc
yealman Mrs Ellzaiwili Young Urn Elizalwth C
Young Miss Kate
eL
Quinn Elizabclli
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Amur I'nirles)
Ahton Harry
AyersJrttiii'H
A'lams Joho T
A very s M
Allguier b A
Anderson S 3
Alexander K II
A
Awry Dr AC
A Iters .1 J
Allen 1' 1'
A.lsius S; AP
A rtliurs Simuel
Agnc Edward
Albert John
Amnions Jupiter
Ackerman
Acker Samuel
Amlerson Samuel Aitkcn Thuinas
Aiiastrong W'm Arurdo Yiucenzo
Eieknell BenJ
Hall Clements
llickley A
Bailey A
llarnlisrd Adam
EealM C Corwiu
llarton B'mJ
HhreeO K II
llrick. II (i S
llk'tiiio (liiivautiilb
Ill icit David
itiittertlehl J
Itrice Jas
Herb Joseph W
liinvi-rs.l v
llcechiiiR John
llurlii'U .las
llllllten Joliu T
Ueluihoover CaptllnsherN U
M W Iliiiiueuthal
Jleason It S cnsul
lliu Inn S It llo.iley T A
H:all Th"0 llciyd Solonrill
Hooker W M lliiiiart Sanuel
llsitlett Byron 5 llnpnarl Adolf
Hrossart Penli'nd Beeler John
HovwoikI Julius Hcswel) V P
ll.ildivin Dotlil Hurley Louis T
Bratlsha Ohas II Bangor diss P
Uenuett Benj P Uuruhxm tt Sey
Blabonft Smith mour
Ballon C M Bowcu, Forstcr t
llcrtnli Augustus Co
lllair Chus 1 Bussall A T
llt-iilirc Edaard 2 IliiKher ('apt D
uro.jKs KraiiK (V itarton lieo-j
lbiehni David
ac i Dr E 1)
ll'ihrcrdco A
lll vk lleratiuB
Hole John
Bi'iintlidec J II
Itrlilaes J 1)
lb-I'd J C
llurton .lollli
Itliuk- .ls
Mi
Dennett 1 V
HrolMt N P
llray Wm M
ltiuhon Homer
Barron Hon A
Burnett W'm
Bacon Oio M 3
Bartholomew G K
llos.Iiuioh -2
Ureslen .lames or
Arciiibahl
Bovd.Ias
He'll J V
Bradford. Tus!)
Uairlcy Josiall
Barrett Mike
Illaek I. v mall
. llinnm Louis
Bynie P C
llosworth V B
Bluudhiun S 1)
llray W'm J
llickley (ien Clias
llovd. I Calvin
Barrv Thos
Berry A S
II irncs John
llarton ItS Ji Co
llradshaw Wm E
Browns
Brown Nathan Henrv
Brown Henry B Brown ltev F 11
C
Cox & Fulton PnirlwriBlit Chs X CnmstocV Clias (I
Church Cha V Chaise CM Cowly A W
Cartn-right Chas Ci.ndcrCoi-ncliusColU.T Alexander
Cliiiiuly Aral- Clyde Andrew L Cair A W
stron'g Cruin'iy P ('one I) 1
niiifunl Emstiis Cunningham E W Cabill K P
Carter ts t! Rostello t Cuilty Ensign
Comic Iv Edward Cnnd-m Jacob CoatsJamts
Calkins'Joliii P Unrnilhers James Curmn James
Copnins John Oh'Sirs Henry (Conrad Joseidi
Covert J 11 Caswell .Ino Jc C Connor John S
i 'handler Joseph C-muon J CozadJJ
Conkliii John Pottcmaii John (' x dipt John
1'anialun.lV 3 Cox John a Connell Michael
CiiminingsL Clieron Narcisso Copelaud Pit N &
Crimfoid P Chamberlain O Co
(,'oghill Itnln rt Mallnnl Clun P B
Carr William Bowles Waller B ('arnighan W W
Carr Thomas S Chnmterluiu Staf- Cancdy Thomas
Clinkcnheard Will ford Cliapp- II Wm 1
ConncrThomai Cowles Walter CustisThomas J
Creamer WmG Chcdiiter Wm Cope Charles
Clar'c James Clark Wm C lark Darnel J
Clar,; ileo L Ci.operCII Cooper AT
Coepe-ChasS t'arponter Dr JB Campbell Wm
Campbell & Bird Campbell Milton Churchill, Johns-
Connollv A W fuse John It
Calvert KohertH Ciups Victor
Clarke tV M
Pin & On
Cutter IVml 3
DjnMers A J)
II 'ran & How:
Pjran Francis
l),i mil II 11
Daran L J
Heeds WraS
I) nice (V m
1
I)Jnimoii chas II ratlin Andrea'
Dean Chas J Iielany Daniel i
Hii.-kinan lli'orBe Huxey Kd
II il va 1 1 John liunne John
Pe ()rilicl)on513 D ill lleivlell
Pun Theodoro
Uunh mi c
Darlington WmTllonohue Wm C
Dean Sam
Davis W
l)rnn John 0
Donaldraii Capt
Wmli
lUvis N' 0
D:lton Tlios.T
bay Henry M
1) ivies Theo II
Davis Henry L
E
E.nMckElwP
Edwards Aaron
Lnellwood Ilart-eyK.idy Humer
Kier j uasiuan E.rnuti.i.u
KIT Mark
Kbcrle Philip
Elliott Wm
Katon Martin P
K ldy DrPvP
Egau Wm
r
Flispart I
Fnrtin Chas
Fnotc A T
Flint E S
Fustin (leo V
Fink Henry
Fuller Henry
Friedman 'Am
brose i
Forsier Andreas
Foster Vrel (1 3
I'.!ller(l-o II
Fenvll.Tas A
Fletclo-r Jack
I'lieniaiin llcnry r rencli .lohn
F iirburn Il'-nry Ill'os er.Lis
Fbinrsrv Martin L-'t-'addou Michael
FvfcWII Fitch Prrn' TO
I-'illerThosWm Fislu-r W M
Fisher IV S FnintomT ft
i-'orstull E J Fisher K C
Fuller Wm II FailcThosII
Fairlamb William 1L
G
Delanv IV in
Dod-.on Wm B1I
Dm n S M
Davis Jc Co
Dexter Oeo X
Devenn ' L
Davics Wm P
Davis HM
Evans Francis
Kgan John
Ellison John&cC'
E ai 1 It D
Earlty W A
FoxAKrcil F
Freeman Mr 2
Foster C A
Fisher I)
Foster David
Faye Jos
Forster.l.isD
KuHcv.T
por t J II
Fuller 11 J
Krozer Wm
Kolger Win B
Fitzgerald Peter
Fleming Pat
Friedman Louis
Oilman Chas
dill i Brother
(llenn Ueo W
Oray David
(lunthi-r Casper
Class J A
(lould Jno
(inllagherJK
(Masier 51 L
(HanzO
Giles And C firicse Ben
(ireenleaf UevDr (iipsnn F N
(iilfhorn Fred (lanschow Frsnk
Graham i.roasstondillespie David L
lierkepott r.rnst lining Jotin
(! reeni; J JI ( iraham Jas
Goodrich Jno Gavin Jus
(ioudy Jin Gardiner Nlch S
Grog-in Michael Glenn KichardA
lints' Peter Grieve WL
Gibson Wilfred 1) Gooitrith ThnsH Ganvrd Win
Gardn-r Wm A Graham Clrts Gee A M
Gardner Win
H ill Chas II
llolscliern-J
Ha.Tle'iurgli A
llaferlieo
HandG T
Ilil-'.K-ll.l II
llolleran J imcs
Km ley Julia
llealion James
liunteiiian 11
Howe John K
lletcl M
llalda Philip
lloil'eld It
llarmiinn Peter
llii-lson s M
Hicks TM
Hawkins William Iliin-h Wm D
Hall itobert
Harlan Dr L D
Hall John P
II
Houainvor Iten.i Hammond A C
I! iover.cliroycrHulsa-1 A C
llartinan rrunU MmiM K w
Haitn thos R
Henderson I) C
IJuut -.i
llamiison 1
H irir G W
Guide's Joshua
Holiman J
llondiigcr lliran
lloirman J II
ilanliii John
Mains L A
ltardinizhan H
Halellichard
llanney Patrick
Ibjigson Win II
Hudson T N
Hopper SH
1 1, ill Mattheiv
Hamilton W m It Harris 8 3
Howard (1 W 113 HaringtonD
Hubbard ItSbSon Harrington S II
Howe II K llazrltine John W
lloire Francis 3 Hull Alexander
II iimuioial G (
II itcniii'.'s K i
Market James V
lly.ie.l ihn II
1 1-aton Isaar
IFuniinctou J 11
Hoover II .1
Holland M
Hill Lorain C
Hole-crab 0 II
Hughes Hirhurd
Henderson It
Hutchinson W X
Hmimel Simon
Initials
Panorama a.. .
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I'M C....T W G
1V.ii-11i3' Secrctiiry of Neil Ibov Lmlg.;
Allmiiy and Salciii Kailroad Ollice....
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Ingnm Alex .r.il'.rson II V Jewell C W
.la.-kson Gr-o .Seokins Isainb Inimel. J
.lepyrsJ V I i-AiiiJereiuiaii .linus C It
Jt-i-ome N P Iz.dnnil i bnsT IrwinWin
Jordoi: Therms J erroldDoiinlassC.lor.loii Win F
Jenkins Wm Jaek Washingtnii Judd Saniu..-! II
Jones A F J ohnson Hiram Johnson Jas W
Johnsen Ja'C W Joliii.-on Isiac J Joliiison Col.lnoH
Johnson I. L J ohns m'l runiiiiiWJoncs Robert
K
Kelly B F Kelly Wm .T Kaufman II
KuiitzClnn Kihn.Wolf & Co Krnlft All-rt
KingJosenli Kennedy I) II Kagneu Edward
Kendal hcoW 3 Kcays .lohn Kuowlbiti H&Co
Keith Ishmael Kiininc llcnry Kennurd Oscar
KirkpurickO W KlumpPetcr KiiiuWK
Kinkaid Wm Kerr J
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Lawrence Chas 0 Lodge A Lowrtes Jc Allen
Latte Dr I.-irren Antmni Lucas Chas
Lewis AzarB IioncChasl, M L.ill'ertv llenar
Long. Black ic I .ombard A lph'in Lasil Frank It
Allstatior Iaviellcnrl Langc .1
Llnilsay James P. Livingston Jos J Lanilx'it.TT
Liu-k .1 W
Lowe L W W
Laeltiimbso M
Li-itdl'itlt it L
Lane Tom 1'
Lig i Clark
L'.vini.e-toii Jas L
Lewis 'Hugh J
l.awsn:i 1,
r.alloit- iiix I, 3
I.elandS C
Tjockwooil Win
JLiuner J I-' 1
M
TMoore Rioiiard
Moore It A
l.uslt J W
Lnwwon LM
Luwiuz L
Lvnch VmD
Little R II
Lawrence E L 3
Moore V,"tn TMoore Rieiiard JlooreJC
Jloorc David Moore R A Moore & Wringley
Moore Hon M F 'Moore II 1) Miller Wm
MillerCaptFrmlt "sliller K W Miller K V
Miller Joseph J Mason Alexander Mitchell Chas
Jl-irslmetz A (1 .'Muiror.iCJaraiicc JIarkes
Marthis Andrew S 31,-yers i)ci.-j Jlaver Alex-inder
Maaiilx Daniel IchaelslieoW M.i'ralesDr.Mi-juul
Matter Alorz Iur.hy F JI Mavhcw E C
Marrow D .V ."Merril I James II Maybe Hoi-ace A
Marston John laonsll John S Meailer Jutis
Maynerjns 3lelser llemy Murphy John
JI vers Jacob Mitchell Jas P Mitchell Jonathan
Meaker.lohn Netian John Minis Jomes
Moi w Jllles Massicr L Moran I'.oht
M-iustou Poster lorgerthaw S Matthews Thos
Vealans Wm Blount Dr Win Morgan Samuel
Malone narm M-.-ail James P Miireits Wm N
Motley S-sm'l S .Mann lUrvvy Alecks Jaoics W
Mil 11 in Michael
Macs
McCullotifli Mil- MrCtilloiuih Wm.J
MiCno X A
JlcCaisi Jacob J
NrC.lanly A
,ie , inline r. 13
ii, rt
JlcCnll Thos A
McMill-n II W
M.-Ferran Jlilton Mcliowi ll t;haa
I, JI -Ne il J is
M-Dowell .1 C JlcDonald Jas
Mcllugh Chas
jy
Negley Albert 'ocl Chas B 3
Nichois J C it Co"Ne id Jr,s
Heal Ja-il Jtewtou .T S
NoeRlI-M KicholsDrFL
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Ostovoath AngustO'Donnell Chas
U'lJonneCliiu lirrJasA
Owcas Larry
Pustnn B
Pe ike. Marsh &
le Long
Piekcies B
Parkes Edwin U
'ricliai-d F.ilw II
Parr JamfS
P.-nk'.-rNoili
Panb-s L Jiidd
Perkins O P
Parks Wm
Parmer War,'i
Phillips S.-miud
Pajisoii Wm
O'Conncll P
P
Tafch A tl
Peregrine BenJ F
Priori! F
TureeH CtY
Penivell Dmiel
Power J din T
Perry John
Prndeii L 1
MeCullou,-;li J as
M-.n son
McMur.-hv W
JIcDoiial'i Alex
Melleyn ibis W
Mcilr. w Henry
Vorris Elian
Nelson Jas
Nurney Michael
Neely Wm V
Otte Oco T
Orr.lnoS3
O'UrineThos
Pike Benjamin
Payne Oha- 11
Puiic'i Albert
Peck Elnalhan
Pipos Davd J
Piukiiam II B
I'uici'll John
Parmeleo ,'dose.
Tliiokett Michael i'errine Poster IC
Viiiuev Suiiill Pureel s Walter
.Plnncy S A Pssker W S
I'-a'cu ic .Mead I'eni-si n II B
Phi'lipi James L Pitkin F Eugene
J'inkliaiu (leo F
(I
(Juignanl Wm
Robin son Wm b
Itossl'bomas
Richardson J B
Rogers John
Ralton Gabriel
Hecilcr Hy R &
Reed Jamcs
VcdmniHl Jos II
Reaves VVm ('
ll,.v,.e We. lev
Rii'iilish Stevenson
R
llohinson Thos (J Hts A O,
Ri.-e James Itib-y J-.'mns
lloiiniui Stephen lloWerts K"v SarnM
it tl-bois Chiindlcr It ,xuoroiudi Cluis
Riotzle Fnoik Heed Frineis
RuninJohn llav Joseph
Itiiehnll Jos Rule. II
Kiti-iunir.l:u'nii lin ker S A
Jb -bins John E
Uouuily Aug 3
Ibunsi'V S imnrl
Rtio'loia F
Smiths
Smith C arles .V
Sniiih Charii-s A
Smith Gen-jell
Smith J C
Sini'ii KoIierfR
Smith Samuel a
Smith Joseph II
Smith Charles P
Sniiih V, W 5
Sin, til John
Smith .laiaes
Smith V.'iiHnin
Smith Wlllium
Smith John M
Pinil'i Allen '
i-'-niilh A. Co G W
isinilb J lines D
Smith Lemuel 3
Suivth w i".
Smill! William
Smith 11 (I
fmithErastiis Smith CT
S
Kcwart Jisso S Shepli-rd 11 W
ScotiCapt John Scott V V
Slrong l) inl l 3 Wrong Will
Steward John Stephens J H
Sluw Thompson Stewart William
heeneyAuilrewJ Shepp Conrad
rianreu V A r-eaKorsair
Smith J Somerset
fsheplierd Elisha Y
I'encer Arke
Steward Kd
rtepheiison JohnR
Stevens W 1
(Stout Charles 3
Hhallcross A P
Sniiairva riiancv Sawlcev& Rdwanls SloaueCush It
Si.irtlockA Snyder AlbertC f tone Alston M
Samuels Asj Skillman I) V Sheridan Edwaid
StuileyOA SpenneydJ Meeker Henry
Sunderbroeck II Seamsn Hiram Steele John Jr 3
Srnt James 3 Sargent James A Shearer Joliii
St John He.nrv 'J Swarts J L Sines At Co J
Siake John C SleethJohnS Sliarp .f W
Staiighton Jiw M Staccv Joha 0 Shell Jonas
Stcdntan Kmnlc Stairs John Stone A T
Siiumoiwtp S J Sweiiey Merit Strieker Peter
Sai gent Thus 1) Scmaii Si-nun M StockwellS V
SavlarScbistian Shields 'I hoinas Sndl S It
'aiiiiiiig.Ioliii Stnmss HrnryMc SutT J 7.
StulKTt Joliu Shiilts llany Steele Joseph
SabattiUouilnl'iucSimpsjii i 'e A C tiarictto Christian
Tlismpsoii (1 Thompson M E
Thomas Evan 0 Thomas Mr
Taylor fienm; II Ta.vlorJIll
Thomas (IrillithiV l'liomas John .1
Co Trimble C B
Tiblicttx ri L Mr
Tobias J Tlnvcr John W
Troiiev Jeremiah Trust Joseph
Tcelzel Mahlun Thayer Lymar.
Trotter Itil lolpll Tiaiy Tim
Turner H m To;en. Wm
ryley It T Turner Matthew
Thayer M Marsh
; ThompsonTlios
Thompson W W
Thoni;is Tlius E
' 'I'.iylor Hcv Win
1 biiuitisfin or
TiniberlakeEilvsarilTwecil Evans
1 1. Id John
Tiviehell John
'1'illaston Louis
Tart ;r It I
Tarrence Wm II
Toole Thos
Tierneylco.lo.c.h'i'ritiiuii Caspar
lurncrsauiuci
V
CppEKa Upright George W
V
YiuiWfst AbralwmVan Dvkc Augtlj- Van Anlirorp L
Van Yheck Frank tusC VarncrrVmJ
Veitt James W A Van Orden T B
W
Wheeler .Ta mes Wheeler Jos It
Walker F W Ward James
White Samuel M White John W
Warren Joseph Williams Anhbld W iHiams Prof WO
Williams Thos n Williams DS V illiamssnml v
WilliinuJosepli Williams Jake II WilllamsS
Williams Maiiron Williams Franklin AVilliaius Wm (1
WilHaiiis Cyius F.iias Williamson .buxes
Williamson W m 1'W.laon JI Wilson Mi I ten 3
Wilson James WiWn Woodford Wilson .1 C
Wilson K It Co Warren Iter J no A
Whwlei- Thos W Walker Jo ph A Walker Wm
Wrightjamcs Wijeox AlanzoN'JWaguer Chrlsto
Walhu'cAlcxandcrVeiib lr pher
Wal lack Charles Walters Chas 11 Walton N 0
Wallace 13 B ( Walliver (lenrgo Warwood E
Wesley (leoriie Wbitikcr 1) H Wood Elijah
Wetmorc K P Wihnoit.lohii Woodson Jackson
Wagoner John B Wouilnifl'.lohn 3 Woodruff John 3
Wellington Jas F Woodley John Wise Joseph A
Wlielan John WhltcomhJosS Womiley Samuel
WellB Br James J Wos John Warjin JolinH
Woesner John vanesbrongh Waterlinry Nelson
Whelan Patrick Henry J 3
Weatberhcad Hob-Wall Valentine Wlndson Wm
ert l( Wehb Tlmldeus Wanlsde'l Wm
Webb Thomas WatkinsF I) Wonley William
inter Simon AVagunerster J M Witlierwick it
Welles J imcs 11 and J a
Walker JulinT
Weaver Dr
Warren John W
Webb E it
Wooiiside fiabert
Vuung Philip J 1! Young John Young Jno N Capt
Yeistminu HenryVouiig Daniel 8 Yuunghivc & Co
T si 1)
EirDi'on letters are not advertised unless prepaid two
JAS. J. FARAN, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
rgEMAlNIXtt IN THE POSTOFFICE
.V nt Covington, Saturday, Septonihr 3, 1W9:
6' Persons cailinc for any of thiso letters will
please say they an advertised.
Arm-strong Hubert Allen Miss Armstrong Wm.
Adam .v. itrni-o Hriwas Miss N J Boun H
HoodM-ell Mary Heaver H W Burn r III1 ip
Bird Miss Mollio Cork Miss l.yillaColeman J V
Clink Mrs Loiiisui'nly Miss Maggie Clark Win S
Crawford Win Clark Peter Cowan A M
Clark Jas U Crawli ull Thos Croghnn Jiimcs
CusiiioJ Ca n II Connels KrMget
Cnlberstnn Mrs Coon !lv Mrs II Choolier W 8
Cniiwav Thomas Co tins A Dilleii Marin
i'.-ani' Kiaiiiolt .los"pli Ellititfpr Mary
(loy Mrs M Kiikland Hubert Ewll Mrs Jushua
i'lail Miehio-l i-'UherGci (iitiain Miss A
(iilliers'iii 3liss II Grow John Ganso John
llolmTA Hill Win Heriery liriilget
Hurling Edward Ih-ss Wilson C.'i llaidre-ui O
Hall Morvid 2 llel'derl Geo Harris John
llerli-cy .1 Hutuiiiiu Willis Hihbs I'liillip
lluipi-r oiniicl lliiiii-v.lohii U ll.-.ii-li m I'.niotlir
Hid mid Tlioiiias ll'-al Thos llool Mm Lizzie
lli-.'li .llrs lleiiui'vpay Win Ileiss .losi-pliino
Irvine Wm .ImIiiisuii Mrs t.' .Gopus .Inlm
.bilins.-n Win .lames iniviil Jolmson Samuel
Kelly Miss Mary Iveiisby iluury Kohl II
L-iokW'iu l.ea.lanios Moore Miss 51
.Moor Miss Moore M is K McUolluni M
tli-Ennolly Miss MrCrw Io n II JI Morguu Mrs
M Marsh Ani Jlorcao (Ion 2
MoranMrs Anuii Milli-r L A Murriry Thna
Mi n ii I sane Mason mi. Msllu-iia Lewis
Marry Mrs Klelviu .loliu Madilnx .luiiirs
Miller Jus IMiehiiel Molieon jMought-.n H-nry
OslMinu- lluglicy Powell Dr Powell RK
Peibeitl Mrs V Prii-.die Gailerd l'ace,Carr('onloy
1'iita'GS Uoehe Lawrenco Itogcrs Sain'l (J
Itib-v '1'ii'N ItoliiiiKiin.liis 'i Hotiinsi'ti KM 2
Itoldnsoii E Iteed Lizto Stono Mm-biiiono
S. in pie H Sigeiulei-f I! W SliolV .1 N
Siiniiioiis Mrs 1! Si!iu'fs Cain C KkirktonMrs
Sonire p F. II i.vaid, Smith k Taylor Jim 1! '
I aslor J mill Co Tavp.r .Mmlo
Tinner Mis Tliornlon -I The ug-licut nmn
.j-aiort iii'iny v .li-,aiili'Jiis
Whin-(',.,( Will llcnry
WiH;iiiou.'nliii Will,.- 11
in town
Wheeler John
White LS
W. D. HOLT, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
MArXIXli IN' XKWrOKT rusT-
iepteniber -i, 1 -.VI :
is open on Sunday from ulnc till ten
(H'TK'I'
!-)- Po.sioH'r
o'clock.
Appletnn Daniel Abbott Thomas
Ashfoi-d !M
Aie.ir Lewis Atwuter Pr G P Bretiiion .lelin
Hull-Miss Melon llelvilh-Mrs Baur Min Jlnry
lliailley Mr l)ayeo Wm Drowned Thus
llvi'iies Michael Hart K Bailor MiiiKareln
Bayno-r Fred ( ben i Tanl Crsil Milrou
C.ix M iss Sjn.ili I'aiuei-oii .Inliii Cn-blar Mrs
Cotp-r Mrs Naiu-y('oitn'r.l M Connollv Joseph
I'arvll cl.iir M rs Wary Drake Vinton 'J
Dai, a V. W linker It.-v Elijah Derlda J l'liillii
Diuibip Ltu-liida r liiil:. I himiisb James
Klliutt .I'diu P Fdiuiiiols Jaliic-, Kuan Joliu
Fosier Mi-s M FrinniM GiavMrGW
Giiiinie Mrs II M Gulden Sainurl Gratt. II
lil-.O.-I,-lll-y Gattiles Clias Gl'a .lohn
Hib-li I'el.-r Hoi -liter 1'iinl Hall W nil!
M, pkin-Tlionn IGiK.ird A W Harrison A II
llm:!ies Ilk-hard llidiia-s .laenb Hciiro Fi-i-dcri'k
itoadn-r.l .laiuos Wm .la.-ki-oii W'm T
Jones Wm II .Inrdsii Mi Kearney John
Kei-I" Paiiirk KlsterCoiirad K'oiiiii.ni II
K him! P.noidpli Lii'lioSniii'l Laroine Julius
Li onaid Mit'tutcl Li-iuaii MI.skC l.atiu.lai-d
JI ilh-r IVicr Miii-io Joliu Jt Moifod John
Man -II W in MivWII Mover Ib'iiry
M. uire II .Iain-lb- Miitemiili-r L .Milb-i-.lames .F
T,"iviiiaii red Noomiuii iMarv IMIViili-ii-iicr A
Parker Miss D If Pauls Mis 1. A Pei-U ietz (i
Pocahontiis Tribe Rico Levi llenni-r IJenj
No:'. It i. ho 1,1 .1 :i: h It., hi, Mrs JI
Si-haiiorib l!ev M.illnian JI rs 51 Si hroniui Lewis
S,- ihmi-c Jlrs St, , nibs JI rs S Silunioiis Hmii
Si-h.ilteu .Mai-.''t Siiuni..ns I) H Stiliwcll Hobi i
strich..r.laiiu.s Saulell James Si-aringJoiiiis
Sehlotikonkeyll Sainpsoiijoseph-Siiiith It T
Tiiw-lei-.liiini.s inn Townsond T K '
Tliistk'rtliaile.lasTrini Jibs Surah Tlmb'-rlnlie C L
Tii.iiiips.iu Mrs hi Thi-,iliovliaile JI Wright MinA Li!
Ward l D Wmie M iss JI S W'aL'iier Peter
Wright Clnra JI Wenlwol lli (leu Wilson I)
Mei I'-iiiii- Kolit White Miss E Iv Mellougul M .1
Meilngli lluinly Jli-llov.ell Lida McKinley Wm
J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
LEGAL NOTICES.
rgKrsTr.K's su-n-os moxday,
J"- thel'.ilh day of September, A. I). 1S59, at the
rotitudaiii the Cixirt-tioitse, i n thocity of Cincinnati,
nt K'o'ciuck JI. of said day, I will sell at public auc
tion aM the folio wiiig-descriiicd real estate, vim
hois iinuinercii seven (Tiauu eignt()in square
1.
II
II
number three Cd of plat B, in the subdivision oi tho
estate uf David K. Wade, as recorded In Book Ko.
117, pauu lb, of the Records of Hamilton County,
Ohio, and froutingeaclilweuty livcC'pifeetou West
ecu Canal or Pliiin-aireet, mid running haclt tho
Miiue width one hundred aud fitty-bix foet three
inehes to Providence-street.
'I. All those lutsul laud situate In tliocilyof Cin
fliinaii, llaiiiiltoo County, Ohio, and being num
bered unity ,i,oi, iiiicity.niief'.M), nlneiv-two lie i anil
nliieiy-iliree i'.i.;i, in square nnmb-i-f.iur i-i, the
snb,!ii,ieii .d'l-its made by li-tciiliiss, Avtrv and
Call r, rei:o,d,-.l ill K.iok Ko. .V.l, ,i All, id' Ibo
l'.ee,a-.is f liamiii.iu County, Ohio, an. I each of e iid
lots lloltlillU' IWelliy.s.'Veu CT) leet, mulling Ins feot
in all, on tin, south si, le of JUmroe-stri-el. and ex
tending bulk on parallel lines ninety I'jnj leui to un
alley.
.'1. Also the following, situate In Cincinnati, for
merly in Millei-i-eic fuwiislup. in is-cliou numlu-r
ninet.-eli, (l!n in Townshin iiiimber thrno (3) iu tho
second ir.ic-i- mil laiu'eiutho Miami Purrha.,. i,uie
sixtv-thive Hill feet and six inches iu fronton th-j
ii-., iui-.;j siiiuiii i un ,.iiiciiiiiiiu hum uarriKon iuru
pike Komi, and riiiining tlieuco i-ortberlv four hun
dred tent, more or less, to the land of John Kiddle
sen., hounded on the east by u lot "('ground canveyed
by Bernard and wile to John Hackney. November 3,
Isii, and on the west by a lot lioworlorm.-rly belong
ing to Mark Atkins.
4. Also the following, situate In Cincinnati. Ham.
tltnn l utility, uml State uf Dhio. find h.nu Int., ,i,i.
bered twenty-three GaBii'l twenty.fi,ur,(2i)ln Wade
..i,ie, a a.iioii r niluillvllon UI IOIN in eilol
city, no l-ee,il-del in Jiook !i, pngo l-l'J, of tbo ffiiti.il
ton County Reeoiils, sold lote twenty-tliren :,) and
tweiitv-feiir ( . i beinir ou tbnsioitb hii1 nl' I'nniiir.
street, w-it ot Westerii-row; being each tweutv-llre
C.i.'ii l.-i-t iu trout on tho south side i f l'o(iar-s'treet.
and runiiiiig back in p.iraliei llut'ssotilk ouc-hall'the
Uistaiira. I'rniii Poidar to lliiver-Ntree'..
o. Also, tho following iu Cineimiatt, commencing
nt a point on tlio south ride of Clark -rlreut, one
ri'oiurc'i ano iweiiiv.niri-,, leet east ot tile south,
east e.irner or Chirk and Freeman. streets; tbenee
smith at rich! angles to Clark-street, two hundred
ami oils f-Mt; tb-oiooiii an easb-riv direction twenty-
elubt i 2-SI b et; tbi-nce in a northerly direction and
parallel with midwest line at rightanglm toClark
sireet, two hiiioli-ed und one feet to t'lark-strisit;:
thence westerly ou tho smith linn , f Clark-street,
tw-nty-eight i?si feet to the beginning: being lot
numbered thii-ly-nino (M) In (J. rt'. Tucker's ml,,
division of the Culler tu-on-rtv. us rei-oi-iled i n lui,k
iimuiier Kial't is, the ili.isiou auiouii the heirs of
n-m -Hiioi, uoeeaeil
I. Also. Ill,, lull, -wing lot. Hltlialn In HamMIni,
County, and beiinrli.t nuiubrreil thlrty-tilnenii the
plat -f subdivision of Avondnle, in said rouiilv. a.
lei-oi-ileil iii put Bonk No. I, pago ot'tho records of
s.l'l i.-imn-y.
'I'ltlo loiill the (ibovn property goM; wiln petem?-
) . ' , - . ,...,i ,,,-iiik ii,,- i, ii, e prop," i ly vr-ye.l
to Hie uiiiii-rsicliiil liv ,le d of li-iiHt mini T)t,l:ii-it-
natl and Cbieaco Uiiiroal Company, July 1, le.VI,
I e, ui "t-ti lit dock .to. ..,,, natte Z".
J0I1 w. HEBRON. Tmske,
"" ""' " , .,- nuiuiii-at, auivugi
MISCELLANEOUS.
COl-'X-'UlJ
A THE OLD DOMINION
MX '
JWV AND
AJlLXt e a
P O T.
ARTHUR'S
SELF -SEALING
FEUIT CANS
AMD
T AHS,
Tlio beet now iu use ami all prepared fur Sealing.
PRATT'S
PATENT
Self-Ventilating
MILK- PAN5
Tho ureatest invention yot. Kvory houso-keeper
ahould liaveouo.
AltTUUIt, BURMIAIl ft GILKOY,
Manufacturers or Patent Article!,
VTradu Depot for the West,
34 East Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH H. GREEN, Agent,
atsr-'enil for a trade Circular. aul
Wi B. D0DD8,
Fcrmerly ot Hall.Dodds A Co.; lata Urban ,Dodd A Oo.
W. It. Dodds & Co.,
ANCrACTCBIM OT TBI
OONOIIETE
Fire and Burglar Proof
SAFES,
H. VV. Corner of Vlue W Second Streets.
This Is tho most reliable FIRE AND BtJKGLA
PROOF SAFE that is made In the United States, and
is warranted porfeetly freo from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
can bo found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to plei.se,
Old Safes
Takea In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFRS al
ways on hand at extremop- low nricos a?s
RO ( F 1 N O.
Saltonstall's Fire anil Water Prowl",
ADHESIVE ANT ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS
'I1HE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
ft Coating for vietnl Hoof, or any Iron W.-rk en
posed ill use. Warranted to withstand the severest
tests of Hoat. Cold, ltaiu, or Sulphuric Aeid, and re
main perfectly Impervious to Water. It will not
melt, crack, wash or srale ofT. For new, old. leaky
metal roofs, or for canvas roofs, it is Hi per cent
cheaper than ai.y other coating. All orders accom
panied with the easli or satisfactory references, will
be promptly filled, in any unsold territi ry Sioiithand
West of new York and Pennsylvania. For further
information, apply to P. BOYS It CO.,
Solo Proprietors and Maniifacmrnni,
jeT-t 132 West Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
h. N. VAN, a. v. BAaaiNaca.
VAN & BARRINGER,
Manufacturer ot
Van's Celebrated Patent Combined
COOKING STOVES,
For WOOD or COAL. Tho most convenient, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Stovo ever invented,
for Steamboats, Hotels, lUiataiirants and Private
Houess. Cooking aud boiling water for wash and
bath rooms, in largo quantities, in any adjoining
apartment by tho same are.
Ware-rooms, 179 Main St., Cincinnati.
Wtr Bights to mnnnfacture and sell these STOVES
may be scoured ou aiiplfontlvu ( u. proprietor,., at
their warerooms. J
Gas Fixtures.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE LTAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best selected assortment of Gas
Flituros in Cincinnati, consisting of all that is new
or de.siralile in the Gas Fixture line.
Wo warrant every Fixture we sell to he equal. Loth
in material and finish, to any that is sold in this fl
atly other market, and in addition will Buiirant- i
them to retain their color and remain perfect fi"-flv
years from the time they are put up by us.
Call, see, aud examine otiratork,
MclIKNKY & CABSON.
jy21-cm Dili Main street, near Fourth.
ROW ! ROO ip'i lil !
rilllK " OUT C ALT ELASTIC ME.
M. TAIiLlC RllOVINO" la offered to the public
as the best and cheapest Metal Roof now used, its
merits tested bv an expor-nce of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to lint or steep, old sir new
buildings. Kosniueruseit-iasteneii socnreiy wiui
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed lor shipment to any part of
the Uniled States, can lie applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
CALDWELL CO,
jrlti-tf i: Went Second street.
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
flMS MEDICINE IS OFFKRED TO THE
JL public h one of the best, if not tbeverybflslniMl
kiiiothut Iiiih ever been I n vented lor 1)1 AniiliKA, Dvs-
TKIIV. CHOl.KBA JPiKANTt' M, anil all otiicr aeriuige
mcntsof the Stoiniich ami Digestive Organs, w hich
are so prcvalatit and fatul In our count ryeorrecls
the deranged conditio n of tho Livorj allajs Kervons
irritations, seen us is l auneii uy leeioiii?.', kivo
tone and healthy action to the bowels, and w ithal, is
pleasant to take. lyS-bmt
At the Old Established Stand,
31 EAST FIFTH, BET. MAIN AND 8YCAM0RK.
SHAVE A LARGE AND DESIRABLE
stock if Househiilo and nffico Furniture, both
new and second hand, consisting of tine bedsteuds,
sofas and parlor chairs, Briissels'andftjgriiln carpets,
i-il-iloth, rutlery.etc. A line assortment of coun
ters, shelving, oftice desks and stools, etc. Also, a
stock of Ili'liard tables, pianos, extra marble-tup
counters and tables on hand and for sale lew.
aufi-aiii VVM. CARTER, Proprietor.
CHAMPAIGN E WINES.
il4T REENSEAL,"
tJT "IMPERIAL,"
"CABINET,"
"UKIDSIECK,',
And other favorite brands, aonstnntly on hand
E. B. ft W. B. COLEMAN.
je21 S and 6 Burnet Bouse Building,
CLARKTSl CLAKET-!!
w
E HAVE RECEIVED
Which wo otter at a m-,ll advance.
B. V t Vi 11. COLK.M AV,
2I 5 and 6 Burnet lloiiae I'nil ln.i.
TOILET MIIH,
Ross toilet soap,
Un coitHiGr-.ineiit. very low .
Hotels, IP ai'diug-llonses and families would di
weil to exauiiiie Mie stock.
&. B W. B. CiiI.EMAN,
je2l - snd Pom, i H .ii.e Ituildu ,;
,fluuev! .tloai4.t! ,?loaey.
PAWNBROR'8 OFFICE.
f ONEV LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
i'B ELRY and all kinds of Merchandise, t low
rate, of interest, at No. 5" West Sixth -treat, be
tween Walnut & Vine. 211
4.0ICATED STRENQTBEyiNO
.'LAHTEItS. These Plasters are oxcclleni
remnt ies In cases of pain and weakness in the side
breast or back; also, in rheumatic affectiena, coughs,
aathma.sprains, bruises, and kidney or spinal affec
tions. The Arnica, Galbanum, Pitch, Poor Man's
and Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
sizes, on kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on paper, by 8.
A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to dealers and druggists
on as good terms as any manufacturer in the ll.fvfu)
LADIES IP YOU WISH A GOOD DOU-ble-Tbroaded
Family 8ewlnr Machine which
for practical use can not be surpassed, call at No. 9
Carlisle Building, second story, corner Fourth and
Walnut. and see 'Novelty," Rruen's Patent, thoonly
Machine tbatcan be nseawith either saiitffb, or don.
Me thread. It la the Lest Machine made, and never
breaks noodles. Call and see it, rioiid for 'tircular
"oaereeimen of wora. F. T. CULLMAN,
Hole Agent for the West and south-west,
No. lift Main-street, tielow Fourth.
JfXriLLIAM H.
and Counsellor at Law. Ch
BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
i mira street, j aoors aasi or ai alp. ivs
MISCELLANEOUS.
BY STATE AUTHORITY..
fbcj
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetaal
tftif"Ai?(tncv OHlHbliKlit(lin)inriiiiinti (n 1 H1. mi
tointiiiK till preHBiit lonil InHiiraacts rmpHtiifa im1
AiicIvb in ttift Itifiiiriiuec IniMii.e in thin dty.
yearn coiiatimt duty hnt, eomlifrml with wcrtlth, ex
ptriencflf tit(rpriiti und lilienility, ecpucinlly codi
niHiidthe VKTNA Int-urnnre Uomv;iny toihofuvora
blo pittronuee of this conununily MtMitdinx solitaiy
and hIouu thw nolo unrvivnr nni liviug piuuwr of
Cluciiiuiiti uiiUtrwritem ui 1 S'Zft
Pnali no-i-wi-tri I !W1 000 000
r .' V. V
IARKOL.ITTK AND I'NIM PAI RKD.I WITH A
SURPLUS Of $1,03(1,1 3 HO.
Aud the prestige of in years success and experience.
INVKSTilKNTB OF
Over $100,000 in Oliio Securities.
i;i'VARnS Orf ill,000,000, l,0."K!sl
Have beeu paid by tbnvKiiia Inniiiaiico Company in
the past 40 years.
Fir mill Ttilnutl Niivimillon. Bisks accepted
nt terms tiouslsteut with sulveucy and lair profits.
Especial attention glveu to insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to A years.
Application inado to any duly authorized Agent
firoinptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insiiraiii-e business, this Company is onabled
to offer both indemnity for the past and socuiityfor
the future. Policies issued without delay by
JAS. H. CARTER, Agent, No. 40 Jlaiu street.
A. F. PATCH, Assistant Agent.
II. K. LINDMEY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKER, Agent, Fullon, 17th Ward. - Biif,
tIubee-fourths
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
DIVIDED ANNUALLY
TO
POLICY-HOLDERS.
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1 WALL STREET, NEW YOP.K.
PASII f'APITAL
A.SsET-, July I, 1-39..
LIABILITIES
i.'()l,000 110
(SiSl 84
I,iil4 37
FTIIIE ATTEN rox
BL Niry is roped fully
OF THE COMMIT,
c lied to tbo folluwiug
feitturus in eoniieeiion with this Conipauv:
Kihst By insuring in thi- Company. Ih-- u-lvsnt.
aiesof a mutual I. snraoeii Coiiipuny are oblaioed,
with he iiililiiiiinalndeaiiMuenllor.li d in ihe-es-iirlty
given by nn uniple uinl rellaiile Cash Capital a li-a-lure
noi pn sent'd i.y erdinm-y Jl-itual l ir,- liistiraure
Companii's Ti-c dividends lo ciioteiuv i, already ilo
cUrtil, are as follows;
First Divlsou to l'i Hey-Holdi-rs, H.'.T, r.'j per cent.
Sivnnd do. do. do. I-W, .'.o "
Third do. do. do. K,o, mi "
Sgi'ONP The socurily given, which Is alrenily largo,
wllleonstiintly increase with each year of successful
operations. This is exhibited -di-urli iu the lollow
Ing statement, allowing the position of the Company
in each yisir since the new syMi'tu was adopted.
Julv, Net Assets of the Company, i'."o".?r.:', 13
i i,s,-,7, " ' ill'.i,7P.i rd
" imw, " " " 7.i,!sis ra
" IsS'J, dross Assets, " uaViSI SI
" " Linbilities lii.Ht 37
Tiititn Tim insured Incur no liability whatever,
while nbtniiiiiiBthiae advantages of so poi inr security
unit ehiMiiiiees. GEO. T. HOPE, Piesiciellt.
II. II. l.AMi'onT, Seeret'iiy.
rvlli s I'KI'K, Asslslllllt SetTct.'l t'V.
SAM'I . MACK & Co., Agents,
;t5 IVt'ist Tlsird-Mlrci'tf I'ini'initiili.
an:".'-iiin
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
liBapovtaiat Iiiiiirovcinenl!
WELLS' PITENT
WEKHI.S ONLY 0,1 LBS1 jlANCFACTUUEr,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
BENNETT & CO..
jy'21-aun Svcamoro street, below Fifth.
IIALIS PATENT."
Iflti'i'iiLf'LA'tirj
.ill tt'sr.iznzz'u.m
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THE MOST K ELI AISLE KIHE AND
Bt'BOLA It PROOF P. FES. They have given
trioro sntlsfactlon than any otlu r now in use.
We ofTor reward of UNI? TIMIIXIM) I)OL
LAICS to unv person that run, up to the present
time, show a single instance wherein they have failed
to preserve fhei' contents.
With this SAFE we olialloniro nil competition, as
being Ilia best Fire Proof, llurglar Proof, or hire
ami Burglar Proof now made; and are willing
test with eny estai'iieiuneiii iiioih u ,n,-i,,n.
nar v faillnL' first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
of ?;,nisi
Wo are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
States. . . . . , .
Serond-hand sates of otner mowers, aio on unno.
WerM,w.-ifiillviiivlietlieoiiblieto call undcxam-
I no our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
UAl'Li, IJSllldlNI, I.U.,
angl2-ayt Nos, '. ni l n East Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
ALL PAI.VS LV THE STOMA CU & BOWELS.
Made by CEO. 8. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, CINCINNATI.
F ilt SALE BV JUtlN D. I'AKK, SUtRfc, ECR
8TINE& CO., and Druggists generally. Order left
at Williamson- A lU'trtBLD, .10. (1 Walnut street
will bo attended to. ann-ttinvl
I. X. L.
Jul XT S 1" -A. X -
A FTER MANY YEARS OF PKACTICAL
is enporioiica in the art of Mustard-making, the
prop rietors otter the above brand of Musoird to tho
public, guaranteeing it a strictly puro article, manu
factured from the best nihility of seed, carefully a, -lected
vlth the design of producing a Mustard SUPE
RIOR IN FLAVOR AND PUNGENCY TO ANY
NOW IN UHE. We have no nesttatinn In saying
that al 1 lovers of good Mustard will find the I. X. L.
to be that which theyaofrwiuently fail to obtain,
MtWTAHD THAT IS MUST AUD.
WOrdera promptly filled.
UARKISOU 4 WILSON.
Jen 09 Bttd 101 Walnut-atrect.
COMPOSITION ROOFING.
F11HE unieraigtied U pronared to put on it
i Ceniposition Boof of the best Quality at short
notice.,
Ofti'.'si Di JAB. Rruco's Carriage Itoposllory, cor-
ni, TKIe.1 nil Vine.
iMr jrioflDg materlnl constantly on hnnd, snd for
ale, uyxi-am; i. ju. AUUiiSi,
RAILROADS.
RAILROADS. JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
FOUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THB
Sixth-street Depot.
TrninB run through to Indianapolis, Lima, Ban
dusky and Cleveland without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North
ern and North-western cities.
A. ill- EXrilUMS THAIN (Columbus tints,
which Isseven minutes faster i hail Cincinnati) For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close
connection at Crestline lor l'ittsbiurg, JJultimore,
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buflalo, Huston and New York. Also.coii.
fleets ut Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Road for
Troy, Pbiuo, Sidney, Limn, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at .cikl. Detroit
ati'.;i), anil Chicago ut 7:2(1 P. My (Juiney and Oaleua
at 7 A. M. Also, at Dayton with Greeiivilloand Miami
Head, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Mull
cie. Also, connects ut Richmond with Indiana Cen
tral Rood, for Indianapolis. Lafeyetle, Chicago, Terra
Haute, St. limns, anil nil western cities.
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Itoad, for
! Andt-r -mi, Kokomo and Pom. Also, connects with
, Junction tliillmsd nt Hamilton for Oxford
l. It. W All. TH A IN For Davtou. String-
Ibbl and Sandusky - Connects at Sandusky with
STKAMER for DETROIT: ut URBANAI'orCOLl'M
BUS; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayneaod Chi
cago Road, East and West; at Clyde with C. and To
ledo Rosd tor Cleveland and Btillalo, Toledo, IVtrolt
and Chicago. This train also connects at DKLA
WARE with the CO. SC. Ktmd for Cleveland anil
points Ea.t; alsoconiioctsntllamillonvvitli Junction
Railroad for Oxford.
4:,'0 P. Al. TltAIX For Dayton. Springfield
and Sandusky Con neels at Forest with Pittsburg,
Fort Way no ind Chicago llnud, East and West! at
Clvde withC. ind Toledo Road lorClcvelaudaugflul
fnio, Toledo, Dei it iiudt.'lilcago. Also, connects at
Richmond for I . imiapolis, Terro Haute, St. Louis
and Chicago. Also, c juuects Willi Junction Ruilroad
at Hamilton fnrGxfoiil.
i P. .11. THAI N For Dayton. Troy, Plqua, Sid
ney, Limn, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Chi
caeo, n -aching Chicago at A. M.
RUS" Tlief, and s A M. trains connect at Cleveland
Willi steamers for Buffalo.
For furl bur informal ion and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket otliees-north-oast corner Front and Broad
way; No. ins Walnut-street, n-ar Gibson House; at
the new Ticket OPlce, oo Hie west side cf Vlne-stroet,
between Postoftioe and Burnet House; at the Walnut
Strcci House, or at the Sixth-street Depot.
au!5 1 McLAKEN, Superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Pout- T t-ains Iaily.
TURKS TtlROlKJH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Tiaiu-No. I Express, at 6 A. St., connects via
Columlius and Cleveland, via Columbus. Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Colon-bun, Steubi-iiville and Pitta
biirlii Detroit vlaClevolnndaiidHteamer. This Train
stops, betveen Cincinnati and Columbus, ut Love.
laud, Decrlleld, Moriow, Xenia, Cedarvillo, South
Charleston, Loudon anil West Jefferson.
Second Ti uln- No. 2 Express, at 8:311 A. M., connect!
via Columbus, Bellaii aud Hoiiwood; Wheeling; via
Columbus, Stcuheiivilleatid Pittsburg; viaColnmbns,
Crestline and Pittsburg; la Columbus aud Cleve.
laud; Detroit, viaOleveland and steamer: V hlto Bill
phur Station, via 8 print Held. This Train stops bo
tweeu Ciuciniiati and Ccliiuihus, nt Plainvillo, Mll
rot'd,M!auilville, Loveland, Dwrlield, Morrow, Cer
win, Spring Valley, Xouiaanil London.
Third Train Accommodation, at C40 P. II,, for
Columbus and Springfield.
Fourth Train Night Express, at ll:S(i P.M.; con
nicts viaColuuilms, Bellairund Benwood; Wheeling,
via Columbus, Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Celumhns ana
Cleveland. This train etc a at Loveland. Jtorrow,
dm in, Xenia aud Loudon. SLEEPING CARS ON
THIS TRAIN . , ,
No. 1 Express, through to Cleveland withoutchange
of ears.
No. 3 Express, through to Wheeling without change
ifeurs.
The NICIIT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at ll:3i P. M., runs daily, eicopt BATCHDAYS. The
other Trains run dull), except SUNDAYS.
For all information, and llirough Tickots to Ibis
ton, Now Yurk, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ten, Biifi'iilo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and nil the Eastern places,
applr at thoOIMces, Waliiul Street House, No. 1 Bur
uet House, south-east corner of Broadway and Frost
streets, und nt the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus lines, which is asven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DCKANP, Hnp't.
Omnibuses call for passengers hyloavingui roc tlon
ut tho Ticket Oilicea.
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.
Onbj One Change of llart between t iuctiitial.
mid Chicayo.
Thres PassengerTrHlnnUiiiveCluclnnati daily, from
tho rout uf Mill and Front strwjs.
n-.'sl A. Jl.-Chicago Mail nirivea at Indiaiujiolis at
l():3ii A. JI.; Chicago at 7:25 1'. M. This tfWii cop
nects with all flight trains ou l of Chicago, for the
West and North-vest.
12-tKi M. Terre Haute and Layfnyetta Accommoda
tion arrives at Iudiaunpolis. at A:iiO P. M., making
ilin-ct connections nt luiliaiiapohs with Terre Haul
Trains ami Indianapolis and Latayetto trains for
Decatur, .-;pringliold, Naples, (.'iiiney. Hannllial and
St. Joseph; aleowith Peru trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
aud Toledo. . . ,
6-isi P JI Chl'aijo Express arrives at Indianapolis
atiiKMl 'P.'M.; Chiirago at 7: to A.M. Making close
connections at ChicnKo willi nil morning trainsout
of Chicago. This train cotiinrts nt Indianapolis
with Terro Huute trains lor ail rointa West and
Northwest. ... ,, , n
Sleeping care are attached tc nil tha night trains
on this line, aud run thiough to Chicago wltbont
chi'.nge of cars. . , ,
This is osclusivoly a Western and North-western
route, and with favirnblo and relintdo arrangement
with all connecting roads tliioiighout the entire
Wi st, guarantees unusual enre and tlio amplest ao
coiumodalions to the patiouaot this line.
IHT lie sum yon nre in the right ticket office before
you purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lswreucohiirg and Indianapolis.
Faro the same hs by any ether runto. Baggage
ch":ked through. . . ,
THROUGH TICKETS, gosid until nsed. cau be ob
tai lie d nt the ticket officos, at Speneer Uoiiso Corner,
north-east corner Broadway &Lii Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Comer; at the Walon! -street House, and
st Depot office, foot of M 111, on Front street, where
all necessary information may bit had.
(hmdliiiasos run to und from ch I t ain, and w
call loi passengers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, bj loavink uur89"a,8''el,0nLct''N0BIji.i
mylO Qoneta'l Ticket Agont.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Grreat, Thi-onffh Route for
to
.
IN'DIANAI'OLIS,
TKBRE IIATJTK,
8T. LOtlDl,
LAFAYBfTK,
OHM AGO,
PERU.
FORT WAYNJ1.
TWO DAILY THROl'GHTJtAlNS leave Sixth street
Depot, at r, A. M. and fin P. M.
HA. Jt.-INDIANAPOLIS, 81. LCU18 CrIIfJA
00 FAST EX PRKSS. Through direct, making clost
connections fur allother ft estern and North-western
Pdnts. This Train also eonneclsat Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, oko.
mo, logansport. and all eoiute on Waaasb ValUy
"l-'il"' M. -INDIANAPOLIS. CHICAGO A 8T.
LOUIS NIG HT K X PRKSS.-The above Trains make
close connections at Iiidlannp()H",LafayetteaiiilUil
cago.with Trains for Terre Haute, ttpringflold, Rock
tuu.n,i e.in.iv KAnr.Hha. Ls I Vosse. Jacksonville.
Danville. Burlington, Milwaukee, MatMon, Naples,
Galena, (Jniiiry, ' Prairie dn Cliien, Pana, Peoria,
Dunleith, Racine, Decalur, Bloomiiigtpii, Joliet, !
S.ille.St. Paul, aud all towns and cities in the North
"SttsTThrongh Tickets given an J Baggage ohecked
hfor further Information and Throngh rickets,
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east corner ot Front and
Broadway; No. 1H9 Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east comer of Fourth and Vine street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot. , , . ,
D. JI. MORKOW, Bnperlntondent.
Omnlbnsos will call for passengers by leaving their
nam., at either of the Ticket Oftces.
O AN L V I OANDY
(Successor to SlriBl A Co,)
Manufacturers aud Wholesalo Dealers
-1N-
FISE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIN STREET,
CIXCINNATI
mylT
JOHN DONER,
(strccEsaos TO pitkii ntirn,)
At 3d West Fifth st..
Has constantly on linnd Large Tarletr tt
FANCY GOODS, TOIS, CHINA,
FANCY BASKETS,
Fishing: Tackle, Military Goods, etc,
WHOLESALE AND EttTAIL,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
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