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THEPRESS.
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MONDAY..
..SEPTEMBER 11
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FORTHE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
Advertised Letters.
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING Iff
the Cincinnati Post-offlo 8t0jU Brutwo,
September II, 1859. .
'tr All letters advei'lsed are subject to an extra
charse-of onecent. Persons calling for them will pleas
comenrepared with fh necessary change.
CKPenornCHlliriK forttMse fetters will pleas say
they are advertised, and give number and date of hat.
fcsT. The oUk-ewill open at IX A.M., anil close at 6H
P. M. Sundays-OBIc will open from A. 11. to 10X
fcsr1 The list below It made up every Saturday area
log, between 3aud 4 o'clock, and embraces all the on
col led -for letters of that week. . . , . . ,
crOn Saturday the ofiice ia elosed from t to 4
o'clock P. I. for. the purpose ef preparing the Letter
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No. 37.—September 11, 1859.
LADIES' LIST.
A
.Anderson Mrs Constance Allen ills Carrie
A II nor 'il ss Joscpiine Allison Mrs Jane
Atwell Mm Mary J Jla'itini Mis. M H
ArnntHul Miss Marf AltiertMiss.'syblMllssi
An lrsnn Mrs.Tohn Archer MrsLouisaC
Atiioson Mrs Ly JTa " Alex-inirr alias Jane
Allen Mrs Hurraret.
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DerWl Miss Clara
Bedlirt Mlsa 0
BaxWr Mr Bridget
Bo .von Miss Amanda
Burton Mm lmlcina
Barrett Mrs K 0
Burr JJ ism INiraah
Bailey Mrs J..me
Bromwell 81 re Harriet J
It raid well M's llimat
Boweu Mis Mary A
Baud Ills) Molly i '
Bow ir SI irths.
Boy I Mis Nancv Jane
Hentley Mias rlobeccs
P.uokner Alin Sophia
Burmester Mrs 0
Broil lrlo'i Mi Jnlla
Bik rMiss f.innie
B hi ke Miss Julia
BrownMrsRstlioA
Collier Mica Bet
Colony Miss Boll
Connelly Aune
tlorr Mm Culiisrloa
Oouklln Miss Ellen
Case Mrs Louisa
Chapman Mary 8
Campbell Mrs Maria N
Ootids Jin tlnrgiiret
Carter Miss Mury B
Cruft Mis Mary E
Carter Alia Carrie J
Doughty Mrs Goo E
DuncioMrs Ellia
Duncan .Mrs Eliza
Dlony Jaue A
Daley Miss Jane
Douyhty Mrs LP
Daggete Miss Margaret
DaiiseWi Mrs Margaret
Tl-r y- v, jea
Burkes Mas A
Rjll Mrs Charles 4
Blaik Uiss Amt
Bowman H rs K W
Bald li Mrs Eliza .
Handy MrsJulia
B M-nwn Miss Josephine
. llliis Mrs Joanettti
, Brooming Mis Milly
Barges) Sirs Laura
BurgelinMlssiMary
Jlruc- Vllsj Mary Ellxa9
B.nuiiterMi) Martha H
Boll Miss Santa
Burn turn Miss Victoria
Buric Miss Catharine
Bhu-s Eiisalieth
Ilowyors Miss A
Bowles Mrs Rsbecca
Brown Jlli-j O
C
OalrertMlsa Annie
Oroft Bottle
Oroun Ml-i Boauthere
Chandler Mrs Amanda
Goultor&lrsDH
Crawford Ubliy
Cullender Mrs Mary 0
CraueMlRS Loaisa
Colby Miss Nancy
Cuopflr Mrs E
Crufchileld MinPolllo
Cook Mrs Bancy 8
Drtrl's Miss Emma C
llaveuportMrsDH
Dubois Mrs Frances
Dickson Mrs Helen
DonhoeMartret
Dunney Miss MnrRsiet
Dolnn Mm Mollie. .
uoiton miss a A.
leS :
Elliott Mra
lihrcnielier MrsH
J-.aaiou Ji;sd Lida
Vox Mrs Amanda
Pelloirs Miss Ouric
Fiuiiterald Miss Eliia
field Miss Frank
Faurotte Mrs Louisa
Prunk Miss Kate S
Ford Miss Emily a
0 raham Mrs Cora
(letheinMiss Bridget
,ray Mrs Geo A
Oleun AlwiPrancaiJ
oce.Mlas Joanna
Omrcnier Miss J
Onllirle Miss Mary
ttriy Miss Laura Jf
OlennMi&flSirahM
jiiaasjriiBS vintinia
0 reason MiasSarab
Hunt Mrs Ann K
Hayman Miss Bell 2
Hughes Miss Eliia
fluyiDiin Airs Harriot
Hicks Martha E
Hartdiorn Miss Msrtha
HutrhesMiss LucindaM
Ilinl'on hss 51 L
Holmes Miss PerslsV
Hopkins Miss Bophia
llauii Mrs 1'homasK
Hardy MreSman
IJolconib Mrs Elizabeth
liopkuu Miss Sophia
Denton Afisy
K
Kd'.vards Miss Emma
EnplD Mrs M J
Ksto Mins Liuziod
mation Misatialliei)
P
('nry Ann
Fuller Mr Edwin N
I'orshee MissElizi
PozMrt Elizabeth
Friethermen Mrs N
Prarker MrsE J
Wouldailiss Annie E
o
rcen Mnry Ann
'taffney IraK H4
iHlmore Jlrs E Jane
i iregory Mrs Fannah
Hardner Misi Honors,
Gilbert Miss Lucy
Oonld WrsNaucy
(luider Nancy
Uoodwyn Mm 8 A
Garland SnrahE
OalhcharMljs Marv
ClallajherMrs Jounis
H
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i lubbard Mn Bella
(utson Miss Isabella
. (allMarcaret V
jjickiralrr Mi-s Mary
Harvey Mrs Alary
Harris Miss
Iluckle Miss Manila
Ilughey Miss Laura
Harrison Mrs Sarah
HuicourtMiss rjarah
Hall Mrs Itebecoa
Hawkins Jane M
Wipe Ml--s Lottie,
JohrjBImElir.aoiu
lenains miss Kittio
Jones Mrs .Marv
Jennings Miss MN
Ideu Miss Annie
Knarubotr Allla
K i. . . , ,tta
Kendall Miss PI
K ,ruj( .ill'a.,:i.iu
Jterr Mis.; Marv
Kemp MiftiUichiclG
Kliue Miss Mary
Kimbcd Jane I
I J and Initial
jjn .Mrs Julia
Jxhus in Mrs Mary A
James Mips Mary A 0
Jacaby Miss Rose
' W idLSS
B Molly
K
'"""rfrsEHiabemA
Kelly Ellsa
Kecfeiry Mrs Mary Lavina
Kerr Miss Ellen L
Kellt'rMiss Mollie
Killy Miss Kate J
ink MlssB 9
Lord Mrs J A
t,ewi8 Miss Lizzie
Larose Mrs Mary 9
Lard Mls Maw
Lens ted Mrs Eliza
LangsMff Henrietta
LiddyMlssJUiry
Livincston Mrs Callsta
Lauson Miss Kmily
Lamoite Mail Josephine
L'liommedleu MinNeitle
Lewis Mrs Sarah
Lewis Mrs farah TV
Lenstein Miss 1)
Litherbory Miss Carlo
Lyons MUs Untie
Macs
JIcHolland Mrs Marthn j .ucDougall Miss Kate
juununBie luisj njaegie a
.tuuHii inr iinna
Moflrath Miss Mar.arot
McKee Miss Alice A
McO raw Mrs Pauline
Mcftiiriis MUsAnn
McVey Miss Cornelia
McCollisterMrsEvs
ilcBonuell Ellen
M
Mnlllken Miss Abblo
Milllmn MissC A
MackeyMiss Ellen
Martin Mrs Qeorge
Miller -M rsLiszie
Murdoulc Miss I ucinda
Murdock Mrs E
Muniick Miss Lattio
Mullin Miss Marv
MnrcerMrsMariah
Miller Miss Mariha
Msitlan-I Miss Ma-v Y
Marsh Miss Phoebe A
Michael Miss Masthalcn
JUsrtin Parthinnieia
Nolgl'ibors Misu Carolln
O
Ocnm Mrs Adrian 0 .?rien Miss Catharlna
O'Dona'ol Mre Annta Overshiner MLs9 Julia
iVBoyle Marv Oshorn MrsL E
Osmus Uisi Louisa Osbnm Miss Mary B
(tanlclc Miss Sallle
Mann Miss Antolne
Moore Mrs AnnaL
Morgan Mrs Emma
Miwe Mrs Fannie 8
Melonev trsJohn
Minire Mary
Morrison Mr Mary
Mrtm Miry Ann
Murray Visa M Ilia M
Jl.nsaii Mrs Millie
Murdock M'ss Lnclnda
Mahonine Miss Mary
MassonMissiJaUloj'
Mai Mrs
Mockboe Misi Laura
Pollard Mrs A B
Prl e "Lis Julia
Pluinmor Mrs Julia A
P.wry Mwearet T
Pelton Mrs Mary
Ttiss Miss Ada
Reynolds Miss AnnaM
Roberts Mrs Catharine
Richcrson Mrs Annie
Reynolds Miss Frederick
B'iblnson Mls Hattie
Richardson Mrs Elisa
Ross Mrs
Rogers Miss Kate
Hitter M iss Maria
Rogers Mrs Laura
Rush Mrs Won W
Reser Suun
Blopo Mrs Charlotte
Stevens Miss Jennie
HimmonsMtss Hannah
P-eman Mrs Lizile
Ncharman Miss Mary
Htangle Mrs Martha
Haman Mrs Maria
HeiedineMrs Mary
Knead " iss Virrinia 3
Ptillivin Miss Margaret
Savage Hannah P
TI'manMissAthalla
Trontwir.e Miss Jennie
Townnnd Mra Marie
Thomas Mrs N B
Til lit. on Mist Mary A
Calmer Miss-Amanda
Pollock MlnsJnneU
Peters Mrs Mary
PnttlerMrs Maria
Patterson Miss MatUeP
R
Robinson Miss Amanda
Rogers Miss Ada
Rice Miss Cathsrino
Raesser Miss Eliiahoth
Reneliaw Miss E
Iloirr8 Miss Im thai
Bielly Miss Mariana
Ross Miss K ite
Ryan Mary E
Robinson lairIe
Raddlsh Miss Nancy
jvuw jure nacaei xi
Roy an Ellen
Eenick Miss Collie .
S '
Spurrier Miss Ellen 2
Pcott Miss II 3
Stevenson Mis Joanna
Savnse Miss It P
Hippie Miss Kate
Sprfni Miss Rehrcca 2
Shipley Miss Eliza
SeymoreMrs Penny
Schujltie Miss Susan A
Spnrlock BIrs Partheula
Spurllng Miss Martha
T
Torllno Miss M Ellsa
Thompson Miss Mollie
Tudor Miss Matilda
Tanner Mn Pannella
Teah Mrs Mary
TJnderwoo-i Miss Ella
Tmyarden MIssAbsina .'lnc Mrs Ann
V insure Mn Catharine Vlckem .M iss M
Vaibinder Miss ' "v Ann v.rner v, Nancy
Tansant Mrj Barahl
W
Wilson Mrs AO vformell Miss Lucie
Wtiitii hlirtS Amanda tVuth Mrs Marv
Woodrutr Mrs Oltirlotte Williams Mtss Maria
Wuhhurn Miss Cecelia Wagoner Mrs Mary
Witklns Mrs Carolina Wilson Mrs P
Wright MrsCyrus , Wood Mrs Sllbie
WatM Mi (I Wawatt Miss Sarah H
W ills Miss Eliza . Wallace Mrs 8 M
iy,.,l.i M' WmmaJ Wt-nn MITnts .
Walden Mn J M Willis Mn William
Watson Mrs James Wolf Mrs S
Walett i- il j-riet Ann Wniiingyord Miss Carolina
White Miss Mary B 2 Kalian Mrs
Wttters Mrs Margaret Williams Mrs Ann Matilda
5lbnry Lacv Webb rs Jfarla
Williams Miss Mary 0 Williams Miss Sophia B
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
A
Aitkin Alexandtr Andrei i P Alhertr ft 0
Alton on Aug Acnrtiiuw Aieyunariey
formadoontrriuej'to aisunlliga ma uiin m j w
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mosoiineuv aepruawB m me.
titution?
Acklmui George Arnold IFrad M
Agnew Eavrard Arnold Ueo W
Applegate Jas B Avery WmO
Auderson Tom B Aker Samuel
Archer Hugh 0 Allord David
B
Barclay at Oo
BarnettA
Bannister Prof
BrodieGeo W
Brashears B A
Bowers lieo
Brooks Edwin
BohrerEberhard BruggmanOeo
Bottiirjos . jiaiiey jacsson
Bums Jas
Barton J W
Brltlon BenJ W
BellCB
Butter MrS
Boyer Geo 0
Bidwclt Gilbert
Barrett D
Beheu D
Broom Geo i
Boyle Jas i
Barns Jas
Buroh J W
Breckinridge Jas BengelJno
Borreu Jno oumy Jno ,
Bollroan Henry BroeksJ M
Baker J Bowers J W
Bracken Michael Bernard Lionel
UraunonM Henry Uurrls Levi
wckneiiKii jirewern
Bryant ilichd
Brasher R M
Beach T H Bcntonllrumoia Wm 1
Brode ick Wm Uartlctt Reial
Helta T bos Barrett Wm
llyrns Lawrence Berdsley J 0
Bell H J Balliuger JnoP
Kerry Jas U
Attenburg George
Ashton Joseph
Alexander Wm
Adams RB
Arnold Carl Mar
tin Bradbury fc Bom
Blunt A B
Burgess Bros
Bennett Geo W
Bosoour Geo H
Buerkle Gabriel
Bearly Geo
Raff ffAtt Jno
Benjamin ID 1
Co
Blakey Jno
Beot J M
Basher Nicholas
Baldock Miltou
Byron M L
Huron K S
Barber Rev Ozial Byrne P 0
Burhidije Thos Brewer Saml R
jjarr capi r i
Bartlett B k Co
Brookens Wm
Bevan J
UAlra.Ta.
Butter Rev ClemtUach. Baor & Co
Browns
Brown Henry Browu Brown Warren n
Brown II N i Co Brown Rohsrt Brown Capt W 0
Brown Simeon Brown John U
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Close Alexander Oarnelian Alonio Carver B V
Crow. McCrwrv Colvin B H
I rl. ?.l . n n.
viHrmuntu iv
rov, a
tL Co
Conmha Elijah
Cubbe-le George
Class UEd
Cressler John K
Cable Iter J
Connor John
Cnrlis Inbn (i
CunninghsinJT Cuaimlnn J 0
nhnsc Luther
Cunwcll Rollio
Corbert Thomas
Coup William
ChildsWO
Cook Geowe
Cryder George Jr Glare Juhn
n.H.B.tn.h OulberteonSaml
Carpenter Charles
XI
D ity B F Dorhorty Charles Be Ford Andrew
On noan Charles uobtts uonway si iwmpsier v
Do lieu & Van ha Donohuo C 0 Dunuinok Rev A V
Werken Dsv D Dmper George F
DmnE8 Dunlevy DavldB DanuenbergH
lehuar,Tohn Deenanjohn Dale Johns
Ducgan James Durfeo Joseph A DiehlJohn
uumap jumcsu uwenn r o a uuuy i,iu
De Manttis T E Donaldson Wm M Delany Wm
Donaldson W B Dell Seiiastlsn Donohue Terrene
Delany Thomas Donnelly Wm Darlington Wm
iMUrfmora S 4 lavis vniUDOt o o vewmu iuabuin.
Crlder Geome
Cushion George
81lriani Velipo
oil ling James
CavsonH U
Cmntlolt James
Crlder Josi'ph
Colby AlliertB
uonverso u u
Close DL
Coppln Daniel 0
Clemenso George
Copeland John
8ratvford Horace
ommons John M
Cole Henry
Cox Capt John
rhtin.llpi?nunhnsColli(ra St C
Corrig.-.n Michael Chapman CaptL
Carter Wm Irwin Copper Btuart
Cay lor sanfom
Culliertson Snml
ConantTbadlj
Cook lsano
Collins II
Chambers Thoa
Clark Jonn
Comly Alexander
Calkins John V
Collins Samuel S
Ellis CB
Eastnnn it Bro
FnvrtrtllAnrirfl Y Il.itnn Etifln
Kdwarusj u r,uperiaisiniiu
Eames Jnmes
Etnbioh Samuel
Karl Robert D 1
Wurman 8 A
F.rwin Charles
ErwinJohn W3
Englebach H 3
Elltrood Robert
Freese Dr
Follet Andrew
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Frishie C n FclUenham Adam
Fisher Ames Frazler It Buchan-
FairbrotherChaBFinnet:an8iGeers an
Karlev Bartlev FleetwoodAnth'y Fairfax Charles
Fey Geo P Flanigau Dennis FalrhanksuexterH
rracoisco tieo v rnieuieio otxiros runt a o
FreeiieyET FUhsrlsaac FolsomJohn
Foster J T Freeman James Fleming James
Frederick John H Failey John Fromree John
Flade Herman Foutt John GarretFitzsimmons John
Finney John Foucht Isaac Fanning James Q
FouJory John E Flarty Martin Fonarty Michael
jfouucitu riacn uscar
F'atoronePeppinoKerguson fniup is
Forbos Matthew
Franks Philip
French Thomas
Framptou T J
Finn Wins
Foster WmH
Grlffis Dr
Fowlor 8 N .
Frailer T
FarlowB
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OoWsmitu A
PoIkv William
Freeman Dr Toe'h
Fetters Lambert M
Gilmore Charles Gabriel (n-orge
Gray David Griffiths (icorgo
(iraium George B Glemlon George
Guistncer vtJ a uray jatne.au
uassnu
Grimm J G
Griuin N L
Greunlec Louts
Gregg W It
Goodrich S 0
UruisGustav
Gftilcy AIIph
Gibson il W
Gibson Daniel
Grimmltt George
Giltluius Henry
Galligher John 0
;Uli Lemuel (1
Glessan Lorenzo3Goldman Morris L
Goodrich T II Greaves monus
GrlswoldWmD GoshornSO
Gibson Andrew B Glaescher G H
Giiiner Jiuncs
Ootleil .'acob
FTawlev Comforts Hale Chas H 4 Hanlon Rev A P
HofTacker Christ Hellem.i Ainhroso Harriott Dr
HattonOW HonainecrEpa Hemstreot bow
riyuson;aptueo jiciiier r.
Hiirster David
Hudson J Wi
Huonty John
tluntjosnua
Hudson J 0 A
Hopkins Jils
I lan ley J onus
llollcv John
Hishnes John C
Hill L D
Hera Lonu
IlotlVld R
Homer T D
1JI1I W K M
lluiibnrdTlios
HalsevB
Hull Josaph
II ay den Jos B
Bust John
Huhbs Joseph
lllcks Horatio F
Hter Joseph
Bight Franklin A
1 1 un el 1 Geo
Hickcy Jas
Bumtihrcy QI1
Hillain Jonn
HullKrtJolinE3
llnile Jas R
Merrick John
Handloy Isaac N Bydc JasMorris
iiascon j id jiiitruuuiiiuiiu
llanauer Louis HopkinsMP
lloaly rntnek Jiari reier
Hunt Otto llnrnihrovk R L 3
Hatch WmD IlmtTbos
II liter Samuel B IlillisThomas
Hassan Thos Hooklns Wm A
Hamilton Samuel Harris Samuel Hamilton James
Hall Col Wm K Hall Jobu F Hall Robert
Harris 8 HuniltouEF HudspithWm
iiarlin Rev L D Henderson Reus
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Fremont Lodgo Ho. W,dus ADO li... .Bailor ui lue
Wool Grower.. ..To ' ' " 's Association
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TjcnsoeAlliertE Ism. i ., mIwj Jennings Benja-
Jeffenes Daniel P Ivar David nun 11
Jennings Isaac F Johnuom Michael Jackson Marshall
Ionian Richard M Jickson Wm Jordon Wm J
JoHnson Alcxan .tones Fwl E Jones Frank J 3
dar Johnson Jacob Johnson Jerome a
inus.n William Joiiiuou Mm Jones Wm
Mounts Jones J"sa Judge John
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Kellov'g 'm 9
KsIIom J W B
K uullW King Geo
Ki'nnedy Alexin. Kanfmnn A
der Kubn George
Kiriiv John 8 Kirch Henry
hunkle Joseph ll-ssler I
Ku Ip Lvman C E Kottett L M
Rennar.l 0 8 Kestner Richard
KelboS KischSelim
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LyloChoa Lucas Chas 2
Uicniatt VJnnss vowvy umw
l.llfimnnnil liafi)n FriliZ
Lndd Jos Brown Locke Hartwell
Kellogg A A
Kiser Christ
Kaufman Frank
KiplliigJames
KerrJohn
Knapp Uezekiah
Koch Raphael
Kinsella Wm
Kellogg Ralph B
Lihn Andrew
Loom is A
lawlerDC
Leymer James
Lazarus Harrla
l.ownsliurg John B
Levy N
Lorenz Peter
Little T
Lots Michael
Livingstou J P
Langley Josh J
bvilie.1 Liirlit Isa-ie
bewis H Loughrey John
Lyon James II LitileMartin
bamiteaux L Lanning Nelson
L ithain H W Lemmon Rol.t
Livingston Thos Lwls Samuel
LlnyiftV Alvin Luck
Lake Frederick Levi nerman
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Morrison John V Morrison. Blanch- Morris J B
MnoreJR nrd & Co MillerCW
Millerllenry -Miller BR MilierW
MillerPhillpa MillerPW MillerJohnD
Wilier Sc Bros Mason Walles WartinJ T
Martin Nidas Maitin A G Mossier A & 8
IU mm r MUnl ainnivfinil f'h.rlM Mllmitf K V
tlelona Geome W Musks Fnirik Mahon Ephraim L
Moody J U Mans Jared mnralonJonn
M:vcfee J M Mars John Marsh James
Massler L 2 Morse Leopold Mead M L
urithv Slnrms Mn vihill Mir Kiel aionro Kanno nn
Marshall Oliver 9 Moss Wm lienry Mostlack 'William
.Murpnv t nomas ftiosiom ineouore .iiuuin um i
Murnliv William "arsh Thomas F Morgan Samuel!
Meloy V 0 Mariarty Eugene Muy Michael
Mac
VcCunly Wm'
McClelland Dr
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McKcntene B
M.-liitrick John T McKay Jus 0
McKelvie Jas Mi-Intire Arthur
lt-Tlr.irh Thos P McMahon Vinton
MrVirkcr Air.liv McBride John 8 McCleeJas
McGratbGco McGuireJohn McNickle Alex
Mdii 11 Andrew MC lovern 1'noB
UcNally F N McIIwnun X &
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Newton 8c HortonNoyes Chas G
Neeoe Fauldean Nycejohn
Nuelins Michael North Phillo
NesoittWB Nixon Wiuor
McOrone TCm
McCormick H 0
McKi-nnon Neal
Mcbish Jas
McDonald Jos
McGrew Louis
McCnlie Thoii
Mi'Keo Joseph M
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McManus
McKitrick 0
McLean G W
McTuany P
Vewhall & Son
North
Mouse J B
NicholsTL2
Nelson Zacharlah
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Overrater Casper Ogelsby it Co Ormsley C P
O'Conor Joseph O'Donohue James Ogburn Isaac
O'Donnell JreralO'Conar John O'Connell John
IVHnrrn .lohn V O'Rrl.n Minliael flutes Tlmothv
Outten Wm Oliver Samuel Orsborn Thomsjll
Pike Bon
Parry Monlecni
P.ipe George W
Price Geo
Plnkham H B 3
Porter John
Pngh Henry
Popper Lewis
Prous Thomas L
Penrce Thomas
Phelns Perrv Chas
Parker k. Service Perry it Barnard
l'luiuraer unen ! reck ueo u
Post Henry 8
Plate J L
Schottler
Parkins J H
Post M J
Peassoa H D
Phillips John
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Qnlgley Chas Quick David J
Quartman James Quinn Thomas
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Paine Horatio
Price John W
Par' am Hartwell
Purchas Levi T
Peavy Thomas J
Peasson John 2
Pruden Alvin
Quick Joseph
Quinn Francis
Rogers John
Ki--e JamesM
Ko A Quiocy
Riley Z
Raney Patrick
Rings Alnhonso
Rust David L
Reed J H
Reeves E 0
ReedH
RobbJW
Ralston John
Bona Loots
Robie Oliver P
Rniiuft&n Theo
Ravmond 8 It Co Reeves Wm C
Rolls wm
Rodgers George
Ross John
Richards W 0
Richards .TolinO
Redding C B
Rhodes Charles
Kaaar George
Riggs John
Red Henrv 3
uiaiey josepn 11 neiunjoeia
Ryan John B Robins Hiram
Ktdenaur James B Ryan Michael
RouseMithelborCiK-mley MA
Renshen R Render R
KoswellWm84 Kicker S A
Roggr-ra Thomas
Ross John
Ilicliards Henry
Riley Oliver
Kleser A
Reynolds J W
liunck F
Reed James
Keever II
Smith Carlton 8
Smith J Jeffries
Smith Saml
Shaw Dr Robt
SteranaWm J
Bpsnoer Sumner SpenoerJat
Buwartuoie ccuarinn.
Smiths
Smith G 8
Smith Jno W
Smith JobO
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Scott DL
Nteavens w r
Rausch Samuel P
Smith J S
Smith HB,
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Strom I R
Spencer Jno T
Sampson Chas
Spearing
Banders Geo T
HumnerGea J
Saunders Iven A J8tansberry Jas
Bnonejno - spear Justus
I BlWinnJ J . Steele jos
IgaacUoraJM WndjJM
Scott Wm
8U."enson W J
Spencer Jno
Rtiiwnrt Jo.
8trongERkCo Strong THnl
Soott Lyman 0 Sanderson Adam
t trader Chas Hry St muss, Lehman
hsllerossAP Oo
BartridgeProf FP
SchroealeDanl
Sharp Jno U
Stone D 0
Seward G W
. Springer JO
Stockmann Jno I
Btoeton J B 2
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Slnox Isaac . Sargent J B , Seaman Henry
Betricht Jno Sargent Jno ' Bheln J ueo
Stockmann J Bandera Bugh
Scudder Dr Jno MShrlver JnoL
Baagent Jos 8 trader Martin
MlMnMiltAtt flneed Mere,lith
flw...nA D.K. UhllM.. Haml R Hh&mn Thnl
BimminsKobtR Bheldon 8aml Skillmann Solon t
RhortS Seller Stephen
8 teen Prof WF Bharpe Wm M
UpelleaseyThos balmonWm
Thomnson D W
Thompson W R
Hidilall Cant Jas
Sedam H V
Shaub Louil
Summers Morris
Stroiii W A
Shutlerly T
BplcerJaaO
Thompson X Die
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Trevifle&Numa Toln
Sinnr
TigueChas
Tierney Geo Jos
Tierney John
TUlOltSOU LOUIS
Townsend P G
Tlbbetts Chas
Ticket Frank
Tucker JohnsonH
Tinker Hy H 3
Tomlinson R W
Turner 1 8
Ties Milton
Tandeveer t
Walker John T
Taylor Jos
Thompson L B
Thomson 8 G
Tultle AT
Tand Banjamln
Tobin Edw
Tuxford J W
Tamer Matthew
Temnla Urra
TambleU Dr ThosTung W A
Tarley Alex & HyValle R H
Yance James L VailFT
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White James White Ebenezer Warner Thomas
Wnren John Warren Charles Warren James A
Warren Rev John Williams Captain Williams Daniel P
A Harrison Williams WmG
Williams Samuel Williams John A Williams John
K jr Wilson Theophl- .(Burke heirs)
Wilson Joseph lus . Sma iam;
Wilson Frank Wilson John D Wilson JumeaF
Wright J 8 Wright Charles Wright F
Wright Thomas B Wright Parker 0 W right Robert H
Wright George 0 Ward Mr Wood Alphonse
Wilder Charles West Charles Weed Cornelius
Webber Charli Watkins BS Walbaneh Abe
Wessdon, Walter & Welch A J Walter M
Co Wallace David 0 Wallace DavldB
Wesley Freileriok Wheatstone 9 A Webster Geo
Wilkes Edmond Willard Franklin Walling Daniel
Wanlester David? Wood H II Wregltt James
Walfard James Warwick John Wilcox FA
Worsdell J F Whitney J ir Warwood James
WoodaUJohnK Want' .rough H Wallon Joserh
nneiworiajoun stisaua
Wlllinrer H
Webster John A
watkins Nelson
Vein, .1 11 Wheaton L E
Wnnlon L Webber Rich'd W
iCnrVminn Rou 1 Wllfanl II M Wait O 8
Wolf Samuel WilinotWm WagmannThos
West Samuel 2 Wasscin Wm Woodlock Wm
Wade Stephen A WarraUS G WetmoreWm
Young Thomas L
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LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN THE POST-OFFICE
at Covington, Ky ., September 10:
Allen Annie II Allen Geo H Andrew R II
Allwood John Ambrose A Arnold Carrie
Allen II N Armstrong Miss M Bruner Miss C
BonaB Jlergmaun ii u. Barnes vy rail
Barman Anton Bellamy Miss
Bunch J nor Sam Booth Mrs Kate
Birocy E A Boxen Geo 11
BrooksMiasMaryCraw John
Conner! Mrs C CouneaBryan
Culln-ri.son Robt Cougblin Miss M
Croil Milton CorryMrsThoa
Cleary Mrs Mary Carngan Owen
Doen Marv F
Davis Griffith
Dye Janus
English M
England K W
Ellis J Esq
Francis MrsE
Fleahner F
GerrettMrsS M
Glynn Martin
Hull Mrs J
Henry Miss II
Hathaway U 3
Holden a A
Jones H
Kenyon H L
neiiy rai
Birney Miss M
Howler 11 B
Blain & Co
Crooks Hugh
Cook S S
Carry A) rs M
Clark Mrs OB
Deen Frank
Deckcn Miss A DoUlev MissEUen
Dume John H Dennison V M
Doddridge Philip? Dennis Sarah F
Eirliank Mrs J T Ewnte Mrs Martha
Evans RM Evans Newton
Fisher M rs S FlanaganMrsS
Frey John FenchanMrsJ
Uerrlsh Otis & Oo Greslinw Miss U
unuinon J onn uan air s
Gavle Mrs M
HelmMajTF
Hnughey A C
Henohan James
Haney Benj
Jones Wm 3
Krout J M
Kelly Mike
Kirkpatrlck B Lewis Morgan
Lindsay Evallna Litte Mis Jacob
Hone 0 V
Hellman A
Hemden Mrs B
Holmes Jacob
Johnson Mrs R A
Johnson Mrs L A
Keary Laurence
Kenuy Henry
Lewis GH W
Lee I
Leech Moses Little Alfred
Long J H Little A 8 Livingston Jas 3
T.tarbt Goree 8 Millerfe BraatreSMornell MaryA
Mlllen Emily Miller Henry MorelandWm
Ma.ou Anna J Mitchell Elijah 3 Morgan Annie
Morgan M II Mury Catharine Mays Ellen
Mnlon-y Ann Murphy Thomas Ortrand Bernard
O'Connor Mrs W O'Snllivan DimielOates Thomas
OrrEllenA PhillipDavid Powell OK Jr
l'usnjnne a
Paradise John
Roby James
Face it Brown
Payne Wm
llouuart Geo W
Ray Wm
Keel Mrs M A
Stone Marv
8cribnerO W
R lev P i n
Robertson John
Patterson Mrs J
ryo James
Roberts J
Rae Maria
Rice Mrs 3n
Snyder MrsM A
Slaughter Mrs J
Simmons Aiargaretauwieii lri a
HtauieyatjonnsnnBtewuriiiaviu acottt; u
Summons Miss M Shauglinessy P Thornton Jamog
'i'homburg J A Thompson R B Thompson T N
TerrilWm 2 Todhuntor Reese Trimble Miss A
TibittsMrsL TiusluyWm Thompson OH
Tungate James Wade P J Wiggins Mrs R
West J B Walsh Miss Ellen Wilson Thomas
WeidlerBB Wilson Wm Wheeler Mrs 0
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W. D. HOLT, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING- IN NEWPORT POST
OFFICB September 10, 1859:
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o'clock.
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A'hford Michael
l!nvmt.r ! red
Bakei J S
Brumimck D G
llailev J K Miss
llrandon H
B illilf E S Miss
J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
Aniren John Mrs Alcan Louis
Arnold vt m By rnes M ichacl
Broytn Wm 8 0 Baur Mary Miss
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Barnes Jus Bnono Bailie Miss
Rrownell Thos Bloomer Win
Brown Mary V Buingurner Geo
CarvD CribilarMrs
Connolly Joseph Chercr Paul Oi-awl'ord J P
Cuiiuingniuuai Drake Viutn 2 Dana E N
D iv s U Miss Evans Jno W E.-igen John
EichcrsJohn Foster M Miss Frison M
Gury Geo GlasChas Gray John
Outnrle H M Mrs Gray Jennie E Haynes L M Mlaa
HnnterMary. iii'iiucrsncitJ MiSBiiau wm it
llooverElizalieth Johnson L J FMrsJohnson John
Kuppenlats jonn Keriin Josepn Mentz lieo
Kreige Frnlenck Lamb alary Mr)
jji-izc cami
Maurer Paul
Monroe S Mrs
Marfell Win
Murphy Ed
Noonim Mn y
Oakly Mrs 11
r'eck V u
Lan ir Jacob
Laioine Julius
Marly M J Mrs
Moran lMnl
Mann Gottlieb
Newman W
Olfenbacher Ad
Peters Pat
Rothmund Ellz
RafTerty Bridget
Score Thos
Todhunter Susan
Waener Peter
W bitten
McNaughty & Osmond
Long Alexander
Lautcll Jas 2
MahcrMctall
Mix W 11 3
Mohler John
Newman Ford
Oliver Sninl
O'ConnerJFMisS
Kenimer Ben i
liooeris Horonna iiynii jonn
Scherer Frank Steinheimcr John
Thompson E Mrs Thompson M
Voice M E Mrs Virginia M iss
Ward D D Wentworth Geo
Wldilernew W W Ziclligpaul
LEGAL NOTICES.
rtpRUSTEE'S SALE. ON MONDAY,
-sa- the 19th dHy or (September, A. 1), !-.', at the
rotunda in the Court-house, in thecitvof Cincinnati.
at 13 o'clock M. of said day, 1 will self at public auc
tion all thelollowlug-noscribod real estate, viz:
1. Lots numbered snven (7) and eight (8) in Bqnnre
nnmbi-r three 131 uf plat B. iu the subdivision ot the
estate of David E. Wade, an recorded in Book No.
117, page lib, ol the Records or Hamilton County,
Ohio, anil fronting each twenty tlvetW) foot on West
ern Canal or Plum-street, and running back the
same wnuu one nuniiren ami nity-six leet tune
inches to Provldenco-street.
2. All those lots of land situate In the city of C n
clnnatl, Hamilton County, Ohio, and being mot
hered nlnty (SI). ninety-one (91), ninety-two (i2)und
ninety-three (W), in square number four (s),o;tlie
subdivision of lots made by UoU-hkiss, Aver; and
Carti r, recorded in Hook No. 99, pago 60! , cf the
Records of Hamilton County, Ohio, and each of said
lots fronting twenty-seven (27) feet, making 104 foot
In all, on the south side of Monroc-titntet, and ex
tending back on parallel lines ninety itfO) feet to an
alley.
3. Also tliefollowlng, situate In Cincinnati, for
merly In Millcreok Township, in iwotiou number
nineteen, (lu) in Township nui'ilmr throe I3jlntlie
second frai-tionnl rangeiiitheMiami Piirohaae.boing
sixty-three (i3) foot and six inches In front on the
northerly side of the Cincinnati and Harrison Turn-
S Ike Road, and rnnning thence northerly. I'uur hun
red feet, more or less, to tho Tand of John Riddle,
sen., bounded ou tho rust by a lot ofgroundconVHyed
hy Bernard and wife to John HocknHV, November 3,
1M2, and on the west by a lot nowor formerly belong
ing to Mark Atkins- : i
4. Also the following, sltnato In Cincinnati, Ham
ilton County, ano Slate of Ohio, and belna lots num
bered twenty-three (ajand twenty -fotir,(2l)ln Wade
4 Dudley's addition or subdivision uf lots in said
city, as recorded in Book 99, page 1 19, of tlio Hamil
ton County Records, said lots twenty-throe (!3) and
twenty-lunr (at) being on tho south side of l'uplar
streel, wost of Western-row; being each twenty-five
(2.5) ffet in fronton the south side of Poplar-street,
and rwning back In parallel linos south ono-hulf the
dlstanct from l'oplitr to Oliver-atreet.
. Also, the following in Cincinnati, commencing
at a point on tbo south side of t'lark-Mreet, one
hundred and twenty-three feet east of the south
east corner of Clark and Froornim.strot.tn; thence
south at right angles to Clark-street, two hundred
and one feet; thence In an easterly direction twenty
eight (2e) feet; thenoe In n northerly direction and
parallel with said west line at right angles to Clark
street, two hundred and one lent to Clark-Htroet;
thence westerly on the south linn of Clark-street,
twenty-eight (2) feet to the beginning; beiiifflot
nnmbered thirty-nine (39) in G. W. Tucker's sub
division of the Cutter nron'rtv. as ncnnlod in hook
number Eight (fl) in the division among the heirs of
Belli l.ucior, Hereupon.
f. Also, the fnllrwlna lot, situate In Hamilton
County, and being lot mini bored thirty-nine on the
nlat of ellbilivislon of Avonilnle. in naid county, as
recorded in Plat Book No, I, page ol the records of
saiu couu'r.
Title toall the above properly (rood; falo poremp
torv; terniH cash; being tlio same property conveyed
to theuiiilersigin.il by ile d of Irnst from Tli'iClnrin
nail and Chicago Rnilrouii Company, July 1, InM,
recordul lu Book No. 201, pnKe :!.
JOHN IV. IIHRrtOV.Trusleo,
CoT.t.TNH tt Br.KtuiK, AU'ys, Ms Walnut-si. Hiib'bet
,
ft
lEONT-STEEET FACTORY
ANO
LUMBER DEPOT,
No. 1(17 East Front Street, bet, Pike and Duller-st'i,
Houth-slile.
HAVING FITTED UP THE PREMISES
with the most Imnroved kind of manhlnArv. T
am prepared to furnish, at short notice, all kinds of
House anu ateaniuoai, narpenierantl Joiner s work.
Saab, Blinds, Doors, Frames and Holdings, of all
descriptions. Steamboat Lumber, Weather-board-ng,
Shingles, Siding, Flooring, 4c, kept constantly
on hand. Particular attention paid to planing, rip
ping and scroll sawing. Heavy framing lumber can
no planed and trued 40 feet long, and 30 Inches wide,
Persons about to build, will flud It to their advan
tage to give me a call. WM. JONES,
aii22-bm Proprietor.
DURE CIDER VINEOAttl. KEEP CON-
M. stantly noon hand an excellent artical of Cider
V lasgar, suiiaDie ior pica iss.
J. FERGUSON, Orocer,
MP tOorar Ninth and Ttas.
vrain-s
""1
' V'JIWI.H ij.au
MISCELLANEOUS.
TUEOLDDOSIINIOxN
AND ' '
TEA POT.
ARTHUR'S
SELF -SEALING
FRUIT CANS
AND
Tbe host now In nsa and all prepared for Sealing.
PRAT T8
PATENT
Self-Yentllatlng
MILK - PAN1
The greateat Invention jet. Every hotuw-keeper
should have one.
ARTHUR, BURNHAM St GILBOT,
Mannfactnren of Patent Article.
1 WS-Troda Depot for the West,
24 East Pearl street, Cincinnati.
JOSEPH It. GREEN, Agent.
HrrWd' for a trade Circular. aul
il
Wi B. DODDS,
FormerlyofHall.DcdujAOo.ilateCrbaji.DoddBAOo,
W. II. Dodds & Co.,
- mNurAOTBsitm or thi
Fire and Burglar Prooi
i3 jJ3a, 3?1 t3 ,
8. W. Corner of Vine It Second Streets.
This Is the most rellablo FIRE AND BTJKOLA
PROOF SAFE that is made lu the United States, and
is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of bettor workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.
We have a largo assortment on hand, and art de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to pleane.
Old SsitCB
Taken In exobange. SECOND-HAND SAFES al
ways on band at oxtremoly low prices. V7X
ROOFING.
SaltoDslall's Fire and Water Proof,
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coating for Motal Roofs, or nny Iron Work ex
posed In use. Warranted to wlthstnnd the severest
tents of Heat, Gold, Rain, or Sulphuric Acid, and re
main pertectiy impervious to vtaior. il win noi
molt, crack, wash orscalooff. For new, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvas roofs, it is SO per cent,
cheaper than any other coating. All orders accom
Piiniod with the cash or eatlsfaetory refurencoi. will
to promptly tilled, in anv unsold territory South and
Westof Now Vork and Pennsylvania. For further
Information, apply to
Ji. fluid X UU.(
Bole Proprietors and Manufacturers,
Jo7-t 132 West Second street, Cincinnati. Ohio.
ROOFING! ROOFING !
THE OTJTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC ROOFING" Is offered to tho public
as the best and cheapest Metal Roof now used, its
merits tested by an nxperl -nco of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or eteop, old or nw
buildings. No solder used -fai-teued securoly wlth
i,l MTiviHiinn tn the lotion of the element,,.
Preparerl tdieets, boxed for shipment to any part of
tno unueo BtAtes, can ne appueu uy any one wua
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders p omptly filled.
CALDWELL a CO,
jylB-tf 1X2 West Second strent.
Merrell's Elackbeny Anodyne.
npnis medicine rs offered to the
jL public ns one ol'the best, if not tho viry heat med
icine that has ever Ihm'H Invented f.ir Diarhuba.IITS
XNrr.KV. Ciioltra lNVASTt'H, ami all otlitr derange
moms of the sioinach and liigostlve Organs, which
are so provalant and fatal in our countr) corrects
the deranged condition of the Livor; allais Nervous
Irritations, such as it caused by Tcothiug. gives
tone and honlthyaction to the bowMs, auJ withal, Is
pleasant to take. lyu-oroi
INCEEASED EXCITEMENT
HUME'S
WITHINGTON BEER.
TUTS CELEBRATED BEER, INTRO
DUCES by the undersigned, a few months
since, for the first time In this city, is rapidly super
ceding iiiusn ail othors. Its popularity Is eguulto
.Musty Ale. which can only be procured gemiiiiuat
me musty Ale iwitsge, jo. ins muin-Htreot, notweeu
iiuruanu rouriu-sireuis.
Hume's Ladies' Ale,
Superior to any In use.eltherdomostlcorini ported.
for tallies who are nursing, uud their habos. The
properties or this Ale are highly toulc and invigora
ting, and is particularly rocoinmended by the Fac
ulty. THE MANY IMITATORS
Of HUME'S MUSTY ALE. ll.avn. onn bv one. clnsnd
their doors, or had them closed by the Sheriff, and
theundorsigni'd will givo Fifty Dollars bonus, to any
individual who will produce asingle glass of Musty
Alo, Wlthinglon Beer, or Hume's Ladies' Ale, at any
otherestnbllehnieut than tho Mtisty AleCottago.
Mv Stock of the orluilliil illldoiilv irnniilnn Mustv.
Cliamoait-ne, Bitter Old Amber, and other choice
brands of Ales, and also Por or and Brown Stout,
comprising iu an aouui nr.v 'i.s uunLIUitjir UAtt
BELS, is unoqualed in the Un.jn.
aul7-tf J. B. HUME.
GLASGOW AND HEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
STEAM TO QLA8G0 ,. .LIVERPOOL, BELFABT,
DUBLIN ANf) LONDONDEREX
FOB 330.
TBOM NIW TOBK.
glnsiBovsr, Thomson, Wednesday, Aug. 34, at 12 noon
dinburgh, Cumming.. Wednesday, June 1,
tsiunKuw, luonisou juiye, "
Edinburgh, Cumming.. July 27, '
raON OLAI80W.
Edinburgh, Cumming... Saturday, May 7.
Glnsgow, Thomson. ..Wednesday, July 27.
Ediuuurgh, Camming... " July2.
Bates of Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Glasgow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, tirst class, 873, steorage, found with
sd auunuance or proporly-cooknd provisions, SiJO.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamer,
No okarge for medicines.
For Freight or Pasungo, apply to
ap27 ROBERT CRAIG. 17 Broadway.
1HEDICATED STRENGTHEyiNQ
PLASTERS. -These Plasters are excollont
remenies in cases or pain ana weakness In the side,
breast or back : also, in rhonmatlc affections. r.nnirha.
astbrnajipralni, brnlses.aud kidney or spinal affec
tions. The Arnica. Galbanuni, Pitch, Poor Man's
and Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of various
sizes, on kid or cloth, and Poor Mho's on paper, byS.
A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to dealers and druggists
onas good terms as any manufacturers In the U.S. (9)
LADIES IF YOU WISH A GOOD DOU-bis-Threaded
Family Sewing Machine; which
for practical use oan not be surpassed, call at No.
,'nru.ie jjiiiiuiug, BBuouu story, corner iionrtb and
Walnut, and see T'Novelty,"Hruen's Patent, tho only
Machine that, can be used with nlthnr a .i,i....,in..'
ble thread. It Is the best Machine made, and never
breaks needles. Call and boo it. orsend for Circular
avu Bjwoiuueu oi worn. r. 1, UULKMAN,
. Sole Agent for the West and south-west.
Wo. 1-19 Main-gtreet, helow Fourth.
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET,
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes
Etc. Also, Agents for the salo of lronton Star Nails.
Warerooms No. 1 East Second Street, Cincinnati,
AH kinds Iron made tn order. 1 ins
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory. 39 Vine St. 14
DBS. B. EHRMAN & W. 0. LEECH.
HOMffiOP ATIIISTS.
orrici mo. 4a bivinth stbjsbt.
boors from' A.K., I to , and 7 to , P.M.
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
.3.."4nL'AIiT! Oiass's Building
l7t
.1.
ttr'JuiwiDi, ne$uXtM&mir
teplJ " gsiw-"
MISCELLANEOUS.
BY 8 TATE
AUTHOEIT Y,
l.aflT'-.
Incorporated 1519. Charter Perpetual
bt Agency esraniisneain Cincinnati in an.
tedatlng all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance business In this city. 3.1
years constant duty here, combined with wimlib, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com-
mtma tne aids insurance unmpany in me lavora
litn Tiatronave of this commllhltv stundluwaolltarv
aud alone the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters or
Cash Capital .1.000,000.
1ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED.! WITH A
SURPLUS OF 91.03U.423 HO.
And the prestige of 40 yrare success aud experience.
. INVKST11INT8 OF
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS Or? H,0OIJ,O00, UOstXES
Have been paid by the jfttua Insurance Company in
me paut u yenrs.
tet. find Tulnnil Nnvik-nllon. Risks accented
at terms cotisiateut with sulveni y aud lair profits.
Especial at'. intlon given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Center, j, for terms of 1 to A years.
Application made to any duly authorized Agent
riromptly attended to. . By strict attention to a leglt
niate Insurance business, this Company is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and security for
the future. Policies Issued without delay ky
JAM. 11. t-AKif.it, Agent, no. su Main street.
A. F. PATCH, Assistant Agent.
H. K. LINDSEY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J. J. HOOKER, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward. au6
THREE-FOURTHS
or thi
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
DIVIDBD ANNUALLY ;
TO
POLICY-HOLDERS.
is Wall street, new york.
CASH CAPITAL 8500,000 00
ASSETS, July 1, 1S38 905,681 81
LIABILITIES 16,514 37
THE ATTENTION OF THE COMMU
NITY is rrspedfnlly culled to the- following
rentnres In connection witn tins i,nnipuny:
Pififfr-llv iiihiiriniz in this Comntiny. the nilvnnt
agesof aMntnal Iohuiiuico Company are olitnined,
with tho addiiional advantage aflordod In the security
given by an niiiplo anil relialilo t'usli Capital a t'ea
tiiro not presented by ordinary Mutual Fire Insurance
Companies. The dividends to customers, already de
clared, are as follows;
First Divison to P. licy-Holdors, 17, per cent.
Hi-ond no. do, no. ioa, oo
Third do. do. do. 1'J, M
Rrcosn-Tlionecnrlty given, which is already large,
will constantly I ncreiiHi" wlih each yar uf sucei-aslul
operations. This is i-xhiliited leai l) in the follow,
lug statement, showing the position of the Company
iu each year since the new system was adopted.
July. 1M Net Assets of the Company $W.?M 43
' 18.17. " " " 64I),7I9 64
" 13W, " " " ...... 7.'d,9 f2
" IBM, Hross Assets, " WB.681 M
" " Llabllitlos U'i,M4 37
Tinnn The Insured incur no liability whatever,
while obtaining these ailvantagesof Hiiporlor security
auilehoipness. l,m). i. uui ii, I'ltaiueui,
II. 11. Lasipout, Secretary.
Cvnus l'scK, AsnlHtaut Secretary.
BAM'L TL MACK & Co., Agents,
35 IVcsl Tlilrd-streol, Uiiieiniinll.
Iau-"J-nin
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Impoi'tant Improvement!
WELLS' P 1TENT
WEIGHS ONLY 65 LBS! MANUFACTURED,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
BEMETT & CO.,
Jy21-am Hvcamorostriot, below Fifth.
IIADiL'S VATJGIVT.
'sfl
$m Nj gjgj mm
THE MOST RELIABLE FIFE AND
BURGLAR PROOF BAFES. They hnveglvon
more satisfaction than nny other now In use.
We offer a reward of ON K TU(HISANl) DftL.
IiAIlS to any person that car,, up to the present
time, shows single Instance wheroin they have failed
to nroserve their contents.
With this SAFE we challenge all competition, as
being the best Firo Proof, Burglar Proof, or Firs
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, and the
pan? failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
of 82,000.
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer in the United
States.
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand,
We respectfully invito the pnblio to cull and exam
ine our stock beforo purchasing elmiwhore.
HALL, CARROLL A CO.,
ang!2-ayt Nos. l and 17 East Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cb-olera, Biliom Cholic, and
ALL PAINS Uf THE STOMACH & BOWttS.
Made by GEO. 8. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, CINCINNATI.
FOR SALE BY JOnN T. PARK, SUIRE, ECK
STINK & CO., and Druggists generally. Order left
at Williamson & HAmr.U), AO. 41 Walnut street
will be attended to, au!3-t novl
I. X. L
HiL XJ JB -A. JEL 3D .
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in the art of Mnstnrd-maklng, the
proprietors offer the abovo brand of Mustard to the
public, gnarautoeing It a strtntly pure article, manu
factured from the best quality of seed, carefully sr.
lectedwlth tho design of prod ucltiga Mnstard SUPE
RIOR IN FLAVOR AND PUNGENCY TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We have oo hesitation in saying
that all loversof good Mustard will And the I. X. L.
to be that which they so freaoeutljr fail to obtain,
, MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
rOrdjri promptly filled.
t I HARRISON 4 WILSON,
JeM 99 and 10 Walnnt-street.
' Composition Roofing.
THE undersigned il prepared to pat on a
Oomposltlon Roof of the best Quality at short
notice. - 1 .
0,S,? !5 J Blrncs's CarrUgt Beposltory, oor
ner Third and Vine. ' .
T EooAng material constantly on hand, and for
sal. (l'27-fea) J.M.NOBLE.
jas ait ,
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
"K10UR DAILY TRALHS , LEAVB THH
JL1 Sixth-street Depot. ' ' '
Trains run throuah to Indlananolla. Lima. Ban.
dusky and Cleveland without change of oar.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, Herts.
ern and North-western cities. - i i
U A. .It- llAI'Kfc..s TKAINfOolnmbnttlme,
hlrh is seven Ulinutes faster than Olnclnnatil For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close
connection at Crestline for Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and '.in York; and at Cleveland fr
Dunkirk, Budalo, Boston and New York. Also, con
nects at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Boad for
Troy, Pio.ua, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reach ing Toledo at 8:30, Detroit
at:(W, and Chicago at7:20P. M., Qnlncy and Catena
at 7 A. M. Also, at Dayton with Greenvilleand Miami
Koad.for Greenville, Union, Winchsstfr and Mun.
cie. Also, connects at Richmond with Indiana Oen-
srai Hoau, ior luaianapoiis. ijaieyeue, uuicaau. ierra
Haute, St. Louis, and all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chlcaoo Boad. for
Anderson, Kokomo and Peru. Also, connect with
Junction Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford,
S A. iI. MAIL TRAIN For Dayton, Spring
flrtd and Mandusky Connects at Sandusky with
ST HAM ICR for DETROIT; at URBANAforUOLUM
BUS: at Forest with Pittsburg. Fort Wayne and Chi
cago Road, East and West; at Clyde with C. and To
ledo Itoad for Cleveland and Buffalo, Tolodo, Detroit
and Chicago. This traiu also connect at DELA
WARE with the O., 0. A O. Road for Cleveland and
points Eat; alsoconneota at Hamilton with Junction
Railroad for Oxford.
wai. c, us. i iv i-i tor uayion, cnnngueia
and Sandusky Con neota at Forest with Pittsburg,
urt vvayue sun uicugo iiuau, aasi ana nest; as
Clyde with C. and Toledo Road lor Cleveland ang Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also, connects at
Richmond for Indianapolis, Terre Haute, St. Louis
and Chicago. Also, counects with Junction Railroad
at Hamilton foroxferd.
1 M. TRAIN For Dayton, Troy, Plqna, 8ld
nev. Lima. Toledo. Detroit. Fort Wivna and Chi.
cagn. reaching Chicago at 8 A. M.
nor J ne e anas a. .11. trains connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo. .
For further information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. His Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Olace, o- the west side cf Vine-street,
between Postoflice and Burnet House; at the Walnut
Street House, or at the Sixth-Btreet
ami) v. jnuiiAH&n, superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
Mi
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
TIIREE TOROUtiH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Tialn No. 1 Express, at 6 A. M.. connects via
Columbus andClevelaud, via Columb1 brestllutand
Pittsburgh, via Oolumbiis, Bten-J,envule and Pitts
burgh, Detroit vleCleviiaud-1(i steamer. This Train
stops, between Oiriciima?, ttn,i Columbus, at Love
aud, Deerlleld, lor'ow Xonia, Cedarville, Booth
Charleston, London au,i ijrt jef,,raon
SecondT:aln-No. 2 Express, at 8:30 A. M.,conneot
via Colnmluis, Bellnir and Ucuwood; Wheeling; via
Columbus, Stoubenvilloand PiltBburg; viaOolmiibns,
Orostlme and Pittsburg: tla Columbus aud Clevo.
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamor"; White Sul.
phur Mation.vla Springfield. This Train stops be
tween Cincinnati and Ooluiuhus, at PlainvlUo, Mil.
ford, Mlaniiville, Lovoland, Decrflold, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xoniaand London.
Third Traln-Acoommodatlon, at 4:40 P. M., far
(Jolumbns and Springfield.
Fourth Traiu-Night Expres. at 11:20 P. M. con
nects viaColumbns, Bellalrand Benwood; Wheelinjgj
via Columbus, Stouuenville and Pittsburg; via Co.
lumbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Columbus aud
Cleveland. This train stops at Lovoland, Morrow.
Oorwin.Xenla and London. SLEEPING CARS ON
THIS TRAIN.
No. 1 Express, through to Cleveland withontchangs
of cars.
No. J Express, through to Wheeling without change
of oars.
Tint NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. Mrunsilaily,oxctiptSATURDAYS. Th
ether Trains run daily , exoopt SUNDAYS.
For all information, nml rhri,i,lt TI.lrAta in Ttr...
ton, Now York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland.
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, No. 1 Bur
net House, aouth-eaHt cornor of Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern lepot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is seven mlu
ntes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DUItAND. Sup't.
Omnibuses callforpusaerjgers bj leaving direction
at the Ticket Offices. nyl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only One Change of Oan between Cinoinmxli
and Chuxwo.
Throe PaspengerTralnaleavoCinoInnatldally. from
thefootof Milland Front streets. '
8:.'.0 A. M.-Chicago Mall arrives at Indlatiflwlls at
10:30 A. St.; Chicago at 7:26 V. M. This truTn con
nects with all night trains out of Chicago, for the
Wcstand North-west.
12:iKi M. Terre Haute and Liiyfayetto Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, sit .in) P. M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis aud Latayette trains for
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Cnlnry, Ilnniilhaland
St. Joseph; alto with Pern trains tor Peru, FtWayne'
and Toledo,
6:fio P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making cleae
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Torre Baute trains for all r-olnts West and.
Northwest.
Sleeping cars are attached tc all the night tmlms
on this line, and run thiough to Chicago without
change of cars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-wtdtern
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads thiouehout the en tin.
West, guarantees unusual care and the amplest ac
commodations to the patrons ot this line.
t" lie-sure you are in the right th'ket ofUce befora
yon purchase your tickets, and ask for ticket via
Lawrenceburgand Indianapolis'.
Fare tho same at by any other root, i Baggag
chocked throimb. ,
THROUGH TICKETS, good until need, can be ob
tained at the ticket offices, at Hpencor House Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur-,
net House Cornnr; at the WalDUt-itroet Rous, naf
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, wliv
all necessary Information may be bad,
Omnibusset rnn to and from lach train, an", w
call foi passengers at all hotels and all part of the.
b) address
office.
W. II. L. NOBLE,
myH General Ticket Agenk
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
oTiljrouh Routo for
TERRE HAUTE,
ST. LOUIS,
LAFAYETTE.
CHICAGO,
LOGANHPOET,
PERU,
TWODAILYTHBOUGHTBAINS?e?veslxthiuiSil
Depot, at A. M. and 4:30 P. M.
A. M. INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOUIS A OHIOA.
GO FAST EXPRESS.-l hroughdireomaklngcIos;
conneotionsfor all other Western and North.woatern
points. This Train also connocl tat Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Xoko
moLogansport, and all point on Wabash YaU If
4:8n P."M.-INI)I.NAPOLIS, VQIOAOO A ST.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS.-Tho'abOTe Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Chi
cago, with TrainB for Terre Haute, Springflold, Bock
Island, (.alesburg, Kenosha, LatVoase, Jacksonville.
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples!
Galena, Qniucy, Prairie da Chien, Pana, Peoria,
Dnnleith, Bacine, Decatur, Bloomlngton, Joliet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns andoitlos In the North
west. ... , i .,
OXF-Throogh Tickets given and Baggage oheckerj
through.
For further Information and Through Ticket, ap
ply to Ticket OmceSinoi-th-eaat corner ol Front an&
Broadway; No. 1M Walnut stroet, near Fourth; att
aouth-east corner of Fourth and Vine itreet, or at
the Sixth-street Depot. -
H. M. ItORROW. Snperlutendent.
,u
Omnibuses will call for passengers by leaving their
names at either of the Ticket Orace. uw
'W ; W l KWlTir. ,g.t.
O ANDY ! O
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, EC. KT. plAJEVBL,
. (Eaoowsor to MtibbjICo,)
Mannfncturers and Wholesale Dealeri
-15-
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIK STREET, CINCINNATI
- ; , myl7 '
JOHN BONER, '
(ivooisso to nrn sarm,)
At 36 West Fifth
Baa constantly oo hand a dirge VtirietKiJ
FANOf 600DS, TOTS, CHINA. "S
FANCY A8KET3,
Fishing: Tackle,' Military Goods, etc.
' ' WHOLESALE AND BETAIL,
AT VERY LOW V It ICES.
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