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MONDAY..
Advertised Letters.
I 1ST OF LETTIIW REM AINI1JQ IN
J the Glnolnaatl Post-fflC BATVnit BiTMiiio.
harge of oneoenl. Persons calling (or them mill pleaae
cnirepre4wlU thnecesty change. -
nKPersons calling for these fetters Pj JT
tlieyare iidvertised, and give number uito of .
I IT" The office will openat IX A. M., and eta M at 6
P.M. Sundays-Office will ope from 9 A.M. lo lWi
Alr The list below In made Bp erery Slrday' Tea
inn, between 8 andl o'clock, and embrace! all the uu-sillcd-for
lettersof that wwk- ,
IWOn Saturdays the onice ta closed from to 4
'cloth t. M. fcr the purport of preparing the .Utter
No. 30—September 24, 1859.
LADIES' LIST.
Armstrong Mrs Addle ,
Astienfeltcr Kliisbeth'
Anderson Mra Lavonia.
Archer Mrs LouiiaC
AmesMisaLuiie...
Applln Mrs Elisabeth
AndnweMaryW u .
Aehton Miiismary
Adams t.'rsldhv
, Anna Au-
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Beard Mlsa AankVW ' . Boynton Mn'p1" . '
Beck Mra Caroline, i ...i Bynner Miss. Amelias
Brusnell Miss Amelia Bowen Miss Ai nana"
Butler Mra C M I li,- Biles Mra Agni a.
lleckwitb Miss K F 4 r . ,n' Ilean Mrs jcuiat "! .
Barns Mrs KIIm ir I
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HabeMiasJenms
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Barrett Mra UarrtH
Buokley MrsJonat ' ,
HrielUe Miss Jouaiav ... n Beckwith MUsNelL
HarretlMiia Burnice Silas Kate
Brunswick MlasKaU r Boone Mias Masgie
Hall Ml Olive M 3 .t. BaWridge Mrs K
Borland Mrs Sully Boyer Mrs Virginia
Brlce Miw Sophia , , , Burke Mrs J A
Ballard Mias Amelia V J , Bailey Miss Amanda
Rarnea Mias Bachael Banrean Mrs B t
Barnett Mils Edith Brooks Mrs Mary A II
Browas .,
Brown Mrs Annad Brown Mary A
Brews Hra Wilson
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Clemens Mn A B
Carpenter Mrs A W2
Carpenter Mrs KmelinS
Touch Hannah i 'ji
Chamfleld Mrs Caroline
Chelverson Mra Angcline
I Cooper Xmma L
Cair Mra Martha A
Cranston Mrs L K '
i'imtilw.11 UnMarta V 1 Conn Mrs Marv
Craven Mias Mary A Craig Miss Lydia L
Cusbman Mrs Mary L Coats Miss Kate R
Crackey Mary Ann CahiUMrs Buaan .
Campbell Sarah ' Collamer Sally J
Case Mra Mary J Callan Miss Marion
Coffin MraM A ' Cooant Mrs M A ,
Cauteel Mary Jane
Clark and Cooks '
Clark Mrs Ruth Clark Mrs Emily
Clark Mrs B Cook Mrs WK
Cook Mary , CookAUrgaret
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liunhin Mias Mary Burling Mm i
llunrcvic C lara Bigan Miss Bridget
lowd Miss Bridget Davis Mias Caroline
IVcring Jliai Alice J ' tfenton Annie
Dill Miss Annie JS , .,, Dumas B Jane
IVurawMrsM L Dowry Mrs Nancy :
Dewey Mrs VlriinU Bunlop Mm Mary
Dei tor Mias Louisa
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Bstus Kllzalielh ' r Kngelhardt Mrs Harriet
Kdward Mary Bste Mias Linie .
Kmerson Mils fanny J Edwards Jemima
Early Mias Ellen W
Franklin Miss Ada
Kell Miss Elir.abclb '
KullerMrsKdwinN
Koater MiJa Ijlzzie
Krltten Mary
Vouia Mrs M t ' '
f'alrflold MIssMollie
Pladhmnn Mra Lonlllu
fitspalrek Mias Annie
V'rain Mias Xmma
fuller Mrs Juliana M
KiskMrsLLS
forest Mrs Lucy J
finellMrsMarv J
1'letcherMiaaSellen
freeman Mrs Rllen
Voote Mrs Abby
1'irairui MissBmmn
Freeman Frances
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Croon Mrs Catherine
fioodhne Mrsieo W
Crcen MisallKrrietO
(.'omerMIss Mary J
lioriuan Miss Louisa
'Gryden Mrs K
Class Mrs Bllenl)
Geagan Mias Marv
Golden Miss Marj'
Gassaway Miss Kachel
(Iroar Mra Sallie
frnir dim situio ... wumui i nimn
f jninpvpr Y ra Caroline B Garety Miss Marv
Uulirorrt Virginia
llmu'Mn Samuel Greco Mrs Catharine
Cray Mrs David , ,
rlowarthMrsJoUn Hill Mrs Kilts 8
llnnc Miss r . jt riumnusn miss America
KnsUin MraClisr
iott.j". .
; Uandley Mlsa Elizabelli
Hokenn Mias Delia
Jlenry Mrs tillaa
narper Mrs Jemima
Helm Miss Llazle
ilalsall Mrs Mary
Hudnall Mrs Narrlaaa
Hughes Miss Mary f
Hoaine Mias M
Hood Sarah
Hollins Mrs Sarah Ann
Hollenbacb Mrs Mary
llargrave Mrs Rebecca
llackett Mrs Bcmanlino
Hunt Mary
and J
Jacobs Mils Emma
,. IluTUraJuliaA
' JonsonMary
Johmon Mrs Samuel
Johnson Miss Emma W
' Jerrarcl Mrs Sarah
HolihsMary
HauaaerMisf Uarla
llealy Miss Kate
Heritage Mrs Malinda J
HclmminK Mis) Mary P
Hodgson Mrs Mary F
Holmes Mias Persia
Hill Miss Sarah
Howard Miss Sarah
llearly Mra 0
Hamilton .Mrs Bachel J
Hunt Mary E n
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James f W.ilrsofC
Jenkins Miss Eugenia
Johnaon Miss Jane
Jacobs Mrs Permelia
James Madame U 2
Ivcr Mrs Catherine
Johnson Mrs Sarah
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Kenny Bridget
King Mary
Kingsley Miss Bos
i. Knowlton Miss Annie H
; Kendall Mias K K
Keen Miss Margaret,-
Heeler Balnea
ueuy Haran ,
KIserMrs Sarah Ann
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Little Miss Carrie V
Laven Miss Elisabeth -Leas
lead Mrs Eliza
Loralne Miss Isadore
Lnokie Marv
Lovcjoy Miss Ann S
i.ewis Hissrannie
Levy Mrs fannie
Looker Mrs Harriet C
Little Mrs Mary
Linkman Miss Catherine
Inihan Mrs Mary 0
Linenhugel Miss Mary 2
Livingston Mias Minnie E
Lane Mias Khoda
Lister Mrs - t
Locke Miss Liz: ieM
Lodge Mary M
La Rose Mrs Mary A
LIndlay MIbs Nellie
Lewis Mra Klchanl
Laven Miss KlisabetU
Itfars
McCammon Mrs Jolin 3 McCay Mias Mary
McHrew Miai Nancy McAtteeMissQeorgiii
McCaffrey Mias Catharine McCnne Mrs Emillne 3
McCormic Miss Mary
McCormlck Martha F
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Maillson Jnlla Ann
Miller Misa Belle
, Micr MisB Anna
Mirencr Mrs Francis
Miller Miss Hester
Mary Miss Henrietta
Murray Miss Mary il
Msrchsrd Mary
Miller Miss Mnry
Mitchell Mrs L Ludlow
i Marnier Mrs MM
Moore Mrs H
Morgan Miss Annie V
Miller Mrs Maria
Martin Mrs H B
Moore Miss Mary Ann D
: Mavnard Mrs Margaret El
len N
Voyes Miss Collie P
orris Mrs Maggie
Nason Mrs Cyrus
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Orr Mrs B A
Orr Mrs Helen
Ogden Mrs Kate
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Porter Mrs Ann
. Patton Miss Anna M ,
Parker Mrs Rmsrine
. Popona Mra Mary Jane
MilliganMissC A ' '
Monnaghan Anne 'J
Miller Mrs Amanda
Madden Kliia
.Martin Mrs H B
Mills .Miss Julia ii
.Milligan MrsSidney, i
Miulon Miss Mary - J
ATiller Mrs Martha Paris
Morris Miss Mary
Malionev MlssMsry .
Miser Miss Sarah J "
Moore MrsLM
Macy Miss Amy .
MolanMisUanorah 1 ' 1
Miriillecoflf Miss Susan
Matthews .Mlsa Liszt, i
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Norton Mrs Ci
Newingtnn Minn
McbolsMrsKllsiiO ;"
'scar Miss Annie K
Openhelmer Miss Emily
(FOready Mary
Parsons Miss Belle
Parker Mrs Charlotte
I'Arker Mra Xmma
Preton MiasJaUA'
Parker Clcella
nuntciM las nose
Poole Sarah
Faige Miss Hattie
fearceMrs Dr
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Quinn Miss Eliza
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Pandall Miss Belle Robinson Miss Ann K
Raymond Miss Clara Roach Ellen
Ritchie Mrs K " Russell Mrs Elizabeth
Russell Mrs HIW; fj r Ressler Mlsa Jennie - .
Rogers Mrs IiM ra ' 1.. ., Ross Mlsa Mary
Richardson Mary Rlnipler MissM M "
Riley Miss Lizzie Kothfield Mrs Louisa
Hosa Susan Roldnson Miss Hattie
Bobinaon Mrs Sallic Reyne Lucinda
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Sampson Miss Charlotte K Strawn Mrs Armand K
SimmoDi Mrs Alice Scan Ian Mrs Catharine
.ihelvertonMiasAB, . ., gpath Mrs Alice
Scott Miss Fannie i Htephenson Mis Eliza
Swaile Mrs Blltalieth Bteacum Miss Elizabeth
Saunders Mim JobaM SpinlngMiss Ilnttlc A
froitmissimiue . i.; niK-ncer Mrs John
Shrrlrv k MrlJohn
Saunders Mlsa Laura L
Nlsk Mrs Margaret
Scott Mrs Margaret
Seaman Mrs Maria
Seymour Mra R W
Shaffer Miss Sallic
Smead Miss Stella
Sullivan Miss Miirtha M
Mioppelcn Mrs Mary
Scanitn Miss Maggie 3
Sicll Bias alary Bell
timber Mrs Rebecca
Sheets Sarah L
kuwart Mrs Nancy.
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Sedsm Mrs Mary ' ) f Small Mrs Msry '
Spencor Mrs Maris C ' Still Miss Francis
, Snyder Miss Emma
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ImllhMrsHF Bmito Mlsa Annie 3
Smith Hiss Annie M
Traman lira IS Thorn Mrs MS
Tyler Mrs Hannah Jane Tu Hoy Mrs Mary '
Ttmtpson Miss Lucinda Tlmberlake Mrs Mary J
i - . Tulley Miss Mary , .
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TTndcrwood Miss Anna . Valentino M rf Ann R
Tanliom Kama Vaahlnier MissSnsnn
Tancolealiss AimiraP . . VornayMissAM
Catkins Miss Caroline
Wnght Mrs Cyrus.
Waiters Mrs Ann
Wholsn Misa Carrie
lvoourow .Mlra
..Wllbcrn Miss Martha
Warden MtsKK
n tlllains Mrs Loey A
Wolfe Mrs Mary
WhollcyMrs.H
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Watson Mrs Sarah
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Williams Miss SaTlie K . Williamson Mrs Jane
WUthank Mrs Mwgle t Wilton Miss K A
Wilkinson Miss Viri'inla W
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Wmm Mn Row Emma
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Asvletoi i D A Co. Adkin Fral
Alfrlenri Dr Kdw
AelieyBi . .Allison (I .f
Alden G W
Ashion Harry
Aron Julius
Adkina John I
Anthony Louis
Alexander R H
Andersen Thoi B
Aoxtn 1 tiTW
Andrew Joint Q
Acker J B
Ashcon JoimO
Allen Nathaniel
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Archer Unify (J
Adler .Mc
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BartwellC ; .ilalrAV Brook Clms
BlacklerBF dJechman&FamT Bronson Geo W
Brookmler Fred :Bone David Balnum Parld TF
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Burnett Henry II. Boyd James TlontJ.M
Burr Joseph Bates John Beeltr John 3
Barnet Joseph H Bairley II J ' Bronnrell Joseph
BtrryJohnU Beaaell Jnuer . Bohlender John ft
Boyle James Buckley Henry George
Bolender Joel Bean Jiickson 1 Brulanl NlcholiiS
BusherNft Barnes UL BowenT.lt
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Boyle l'ntrlck Huron R 8 BtuchTlIB
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Blailln W W
Brlme W II
Brown Egbert W
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Brora David It
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Carier Christian
Conway C D
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Cochran B
Coal Mr
Uope Uhaa li
Cliamb trlaiu B B Cuavl Olovanl
t'omor DL
Urkler ueo ,
t'hmm Geo
(lain John
CollttDtHH
Ohilds Joseph
0r;twfr ird Henry
Ct8 TN
Conwny Michael
Climeai Robert
CliDeturerOeo A Curtii David J
Condon Jacob Caldwell Henry
Courtney John T Conner Jas
Sheuey JehielW Coppins John
olman Ilenry Crowley JO
C lander Henry T Crawford J II
Cer Moses Cusiclc M II
Cotton S t Carroll Michael
C avan aush P atrick Carrniriiael Peter
Colga n Thoa Carroll Thomas Crampton BE
Child a W E Connell 8 Cougar V7
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Clarlc Wm Cook Hugh Collins llenrv
Cooper Allen Collins Jus Collins, UoodsnVl
Collins Samuel Carpenter Michael &Uo
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Uri,'pert;i!'8
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UeegxO John
Darlin'Joifn
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DempseyM t
Creeds Wna '
Denegen T A '
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Dexter ClKirles Ail
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Dualey James
Darling G W 2
Diehl John
Dowd James
Dole Moses f
Dunlvan Wm A
Douglass William
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Dryer J unes C
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r.mi jraon James
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Kste David K
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Bvuni William
Bsmond John 3
Kwinir M D
Early William A
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Plink A l-itank Alexander
Fulton A i'lumertll 0 A
Flaherty O.'orge Fuller Ednird M
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Fink JJenry Fanning James Q
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Fitsg erald J W Forbes Jlutthew
l'iti jeraldMlchaelFoaler Lewis 11
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Follu Frank T
Froum an James
Fillpot J John
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Fiiinkbouse Wm 3
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(iailley Mr
Galllger David
Glenn OeoW 3
(Irecu Georgi!
Gallagher XII
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ttili! Andrew C
Groce Andrew
Gnmchaw frank
Guill David
Gilmarlin Ilulvort
Gilpin John li
Gorahen Jamiu
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Gravener johnPGowlwin J M
George It A
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Hank Jos
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Humphrey Jas E Hurteliorno Jacob
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Hall J F
Harrison Jus-
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Hamilton Sam I
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Vstighnn Daniel Vincent Daniel TincentCeoD
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VaughnnJM Vaughn NT ' Vaile Riifua II
Veaoh Samuel Vanneart Thos Vannoman SamI
Vcilch Col Vcitch T O
V
Walker Chas Walker James M Wheeler Thos
Wheeler Win Watson Samuel T Wntson A 0
Ward ' and J Col 3 WardWm
Warn John C Ward Thos II Warner James
White Frank M Warren Samuel Warren Joseph
Wever Daniel Willinma Wm O Williams Knm K
Williams Hen W Williamson Ilenr Williams Samuel
Williams Archib Wright Robert Wilson J P
W'ilson Frank Walters Chis R Wilder Edw
Wendell C WurouaftCo Walton Albert G
Went C C Ware Clias Wason, Everett ft
Wolf, Scott ft Worthlngton Chas Co
Finch Wllmot A Waring B 0
Wynne Dennis Whitworth John Waterhouae James
Webster John 4 Warbln John B Wilder Jesse
Wlthionk.lnhn TI Wetherlll J RlunmWnndrnff John .
Will Henry Weer Kim Welpley M D .
Wiley Roliert Woollcy Wm VlttDrWB
We t W W Walton W W Waight Sidney
WeunoreWP WightmannSS Wallace W
WeirSamuol Wilder CaptStcph
Y'areOhasY YonngChas Yates John A
i oung Wm A Young Wm
rs7Drop letters are not advertised unlessprcpaid two
GENTLEMEN'S LIST. JAS J. FARAN, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAIMNCr IN" THE POST-OFFICE
at Covington, Ky., September 24:
Abrams Aaron Aplionison Wm ' Allen James
ArmsirongMrsCA Altken MrsG Burton Joseph
Bunlruul.fohn Brook Miss MV BrlggsMias N J 3
Bricgs Miss Ellen Lurch Samutil Bristoll Mrs W H
Baker Thomas T Bicknell Jno Baker Edward .
BIckhnmMrsJL Baldwin Mrs RQ Coleman James
Campion Martin Connell BenJ Cmry Mrs E
Ovuhon Sir CulllnBrien CoppugcMrsE
Corty J ti Co Craig John M Coleman Edward
Degray Charles . Duffy John K DoraeyWmll
Davis Thomas J Daggett Edwin Drake Francis
Davis Miss M E Ewbank Mrs J T Ellesin John T
English Mrs Mury Ellis W S Flocherty Miss M
Fisher Sarah FinfrockEM Floyd Michael
FoulksGeoW flannigan John Flynn Ellen
FrazierSallie Glossforth Wm Gerrish, Otis ft Co
QihbinsKaUjD SlillmanOE GanntsWD
Gwin Nancy Glynn Wm Iliindison Jos II
HathAway Mary Hone Frank Hanlon Ituss
Hopkins Nanny lloldin MiaaE JI HenchenRobt
Hicks AW Ruber Jake Harp John 8
HiuidesylT none OF HousoMW
Ilandesy Miss A Hamilton Amelia Hengehold B II
Hnies John lllelt Frank . Irving & Btoruscy
Johnston James JoneaJosF James Siiban
Johnson Wm Johnson Mias M E Fltzpatrick M
Johnson MissAnnJohnson Wm S Jones Wm II
Jenkins Ricliard Karrick Edward Kimball J C
Keen Jno 8 Kelley Miss MargKrout Mm Ilenr
Little George W Lewis Morgan Leonard Qeorgo
Lee Becky Miss Livingston Jas P tantry Patrick
LuttonMrsAM Livingston Mrs A Lewis Mrs Nuncy
Mury Catherine Mush Jacob Morgan L
Mulberry Samuel Morton Catharine Morrisscy Nancy
Mullens Chas MoranMraP Miller George
Morgan WatkinsiMlllor Mrs J Muggeridgc Jos
Moloney James Murray St Kanna Orton Misses A
OliverD W Neal Alfred sndB
O'Brien W Perrin K 3 Rummel Jno
PratherMrsE PyloJames Parker Mrs Sallie
PurnelJH Porter Miss C B Pierce Mrs Susan
ittitgen Mrs K Robertson Jas HiggsWinA
RolwrtsJ IticliMrsA RIchMrsNanoy
KcncyMrsJ HeeilMbsJ Rolierts Wm C
Ruse Miss M Stroud Mrs M Street Mrs K
Stivers George SliatvMrsM3 Sliaw James
nimpsou iv nnuwjno T ponsneiu Mrs J5
Simuson Mi-sE ShotwellWB SvmnerJno
Swim Moses S troupe J no Strait II 3
Thompson W C 3 Taylor Mis II Trimble T
TinsleyMlssJ TaitJno Thompson R
Townscnd E 3 Teame S Tatman Mrs M
TrannellT TallockW Trcmman Miss L
WoudWmB Wolf Charles C Wherry James
Wooilslra Wolf David WIlkellH
waterman WT AVithenJC WrlellMrsME
Nialsh Mra John Willis Miss Mixta Willis Tho C.
Whiu,kerMissC Wade P J Woods Wui II
Winder Samuel Wormian Jno
IJT" Persons nalllnir for ansr of thise li'ttitra will
please say they are advertised.
Post-office opens Sunday at half-past eight o'clock,
W. D. HOLT, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN NEWPORT POST-
It) OFFICE September 3J, I860!
Allcrdinen Bratsche Fred BoldingThomas
Biuky ('has linker J S3 BodenstlneConrad
Brown Mary V Btiacl Carl P Butler Jas
linullcy Su-pheu Broun Miss Mat Brown Mrs E
Beaver Miss E Breiinun John Brown Augustus
Brown .Mrs SophlaBardsley Sidney Bindley .Miss R
Brown WmC Cooner Alias R -I Ciillwrhinn .lui-nh
Cridland MisB Conkiin Mrs Cones Mra Eliza
Carroll Mrs Cath Conway Miss E A Dean Mrs Emma
Davidson Edith E Dana E W Doller Geo
uanhv.uaryj i-.cfwnlt .Miss E Everett K H
Forrester Jacob FitzeeraldP Grat Misa Rarhatu
GillaspieM'sC GuntcrFred Golden Francis
uoiiiings i.nuei iioimes sirs Mary Herbert MissF
HazenMlssCM I(at:kerJoih Ili'saWn
Holahaner Catli'e Heerliert Miss Howard AM
Hall William Hodman Isaac HeetzelJN
HohmeUter Christ Joyce JFra M E Johnson Ilenry
Kaiser Valentine Kelly Mary . Knight John
Kempf Joseph Kornmann II KraftJohn
Lauib Mis Mary Largfennan B J Lovejoy 8 A
Marston Miss M J Moore Samuel MuIIer Joan Geo
MorinJohnM MinemlllerL Mann (lotllelb .
Marsh Misa S E Marsh MissSallie Miles Peter
Morean Miss S Morton Wm Mnv Prank
Moore Mrs II J Marsh Isaac Jr Nay j Adams. II
OoklevMrsIl O'A'eil Francis OgaraMrs
l-ye .hiss liannan recg v leis u i i-etera James
Portel John Page D S Rlcker Casper
Robertson Mrs Randolph Mrs WF
Ryan MB Mrs Reynolds ST SchrlvnerME Mrs
Bteener George 3 St Clair Herman 2 Shorten Joanna
Sbeely W m Sawtell II A Townsend Thos E
Thomson E Mrs Trucyser M Tavlor J W
Tice LouiBaMiss Thomas Gottlieb VogcleM
Vickers Rebecca Walden Julia Wagner Adam
Wohb JohnS Wllliaon Leandcr Welier Ph Mra
Wilson D W Ward D D Winter L L Miss
Walker (lenrv Walker Caroline 'nner.lnbn
elhgl'aul Mi-Mnban Enna McLane Wm
McKale .Michael McCormlck Brid't Smith Sarah Mrs
Smith Thomas 3 Smith Abigail Smith RT
SW OSiec open from nino till ten o'clock on Sunday.
LIST OF LETTERS J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
MISCELLANEOUS.
AICiHT SCHOOL,
OHIO MERCANTILE COLLEGE, COR
VIM! IWlh nnil V..1n., r 11.1.
in vui ... .iii i. Kiuiu-numiiB. vsiiiinic
Building. The regular evening session of this instl
tntion will commence on MONDAY EVENING,
Kept. M. Young nu n who are engaged throngh the
day havo hero un ojiportutiity or nunlifjing them
shIvcs thoioiiKhly in Doublo Entry. Book-keeping,
Penuiunshlp and Bnaincss Aritlimotic For further
11 for illation, rjill nt. tlm (lollocro. oi mltlrrsv ,h Prin
lipal. Hi p20nwJ J. It. CARN'AHAN.
3ST. ZXL3DXI2C,
MERCHANT TAILOR, 260 WAL
Nl T.HTTtRRT. nhnr Hlvth. la roralvlnir
fresh stock of Cloths, Cnssimores, Vesting! and
Geuts' Fnriiidhlng Goods. He has engssjed the serv
ices ot an experienced and artistic Cutter, whom
works will boar teatsmony to his skill. All garments
warranted to give satisfaction. soprain
FINE WINES, BRANDIES, ic.-JOHN
BATES has nn hand an extensive stock of fine
Sherry, Port, Maderiu, Claret, Ohampnfii. and Ca
tawba Wines. Also, tine Brandies, Jamaica Rum,
Holland Gin and other Lirjuora, which h warrants
tine and of the boat nnality. For Sale, National Thea.
ter Building, Sycainoro-atroot. sepl3
Gas Fixtures,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and heat selected assortment of Gas
Fixtnrosln ('incliiniill, consisting of all that is new
or desirable iu the Gas Fixtnro line.
Ve warrant every Fixture we sell to be eonnl, both
in material ami liiilsh, to any that Is sold in this o
nny other market, and in addition will guaranty
them to retain tlioir color and remain perfect iorflvs)
yonm from the time they aro put up by us.
Call, see, and examine our stock,
Mi'HENR Y & CARSON.
Jr?l-cm 163 Main street, near Fourth
FRONT -STREET FACTORY
'AND ,
LUMBER DEPOT,
No. 107 East FrontStrert, bet. Pike and Bntlsr-st's,
Smith-side.
f AVINO FITTED UP TIIE PREMISES
Jl JL with the most inmroved kind of morhlnArv. f
am prepared to fin nisli, at abort notice, all kinds of
jiuunt, nun cutwinuoiii, i;rpeiuer anu Joiner s work.
Snth, Blinds, Ueors, Frames and Moldings, or all
descriptions. Steamboat Lumber, Weather-board-ng,
SliliiKlos.Siiling, Flooring, c kept constantly
on hand. Particular ultention paid to planing, rip
pingaiid scroll sawiuc. IJeavy framing lumber can
be planed and trued tit feet lone, mid .Kilnchea wide.
Persons about to build, will hnd il. to their silvan
tiu t" grv, ran a call. WM. .ION F.8,
nuai-bm - ' . -j PrsBiletnr
EC. CAMPBELL & CO.
ftTJ ANUFACTUKKRS OF BAR. BH
i in i ii it .. .
r,(0 AlNd. A train L fur thnaaljanr Inmu. u..;.ii.
Warernoroa No. 19 Kast Second Street, Clncinnat I
rAllklndsIronmadefeord(r. lot
VI MI AM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
v AT bAW,ChasoBtillillngi,No.r,EastThlr
t. sepVay
MISCELLANEOUS.
TJIE OLD DOMINION
OOjL'"JfI!33a
J:' .."Z 'i'and,,i'i.
TEA POT.
A RT11 Uli'S
SELF f SEilLINQ
IPRUIT CANS
...-j'' AND .
T A K t3,
The btst now Id use and all prepared for Sealing.
PR A TT'8
PATENT
Seir-Vcntllatliii;
MILK- PAN
The grealeat Invention Tot. Every honso-keeper
Should have one. .......
... i ARTHUR, BURNHAM A OILBOT,
1 Manufacturers of Tatent Articles,
w-xraie Depot for the West,
' 34 East Pearl street, Cincinnati. '
JOSEPH K. OK.EBN, Agent.
Wnfl for a trade Circular.
SOUTIIGATE HOUSE,
South-east corner of Sixth and Elm, Cincinnati, 0.
TIIE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RENEWED
his lease of the Southgato House, and expended
a largo amount of money in painting, carpeting, and
refurnishing it, introducing Bathing-rooms, Water
closots, and every posslbln convenience and luxury
througnrv t. invites a continuance of the public pat
ronage. Ho feels connilent that the house will bo
found, with its .rocout improvements, iu n Imtter
condition than when lirst opened for tho reception of
gnoata. The loeat ion of the hotel is central and con
venient, either lor up-town visits or down-town
business. Meals nro regularly served at the tabln
d'hote, or in private rooms, and furnished at all
hours. Tho terms are $1 per day, and accommoda
tion equal to nuy $1 6o per day house in tho city.
The house will bo kept open night and dny, nt all
hours. Omnibuses will bo in attendance to and from
the cars. Breakfast for early train. And for the
rest, the proprietor leaves his uiu-ats to speak for
him, mipl-ain F. F. WATSON, Proprietor.
HENRY DAVID,
HVfO. 278 MAIN STREET, BETWEEN
Xli SIXTH AND SEVENTH, Manufactorer and
Imnorter of Soaon. Perfun.erv and Fancv Goods, has
just received, per steamor, a lot of Porte Monniaes,
i igar uisra, mns nes, uomos, i-eriuincry, ueei star
row and Fancy Goods of all descriptions; also a com-
Rletoastortment of Handkerchief Extracts, which
e is) prepared to soil at a tiguro lower than any other
dealer in the city. Also, received this day from New
York, a lame lot of David's Blun and Black Writing
and Marking Inks which tho subscriber will be able
to soil at manufacturer's prices. Jobbers and re
tailers will plcaso cull iu and examiuo boforo nur-
ehanliigclsowhero. All klndsof Extract at twonty
II vo cents per bottln. Remember the place, 373 Mailt
street, liotweeu Sixth and Seventh. ropR
rilEAS! TEAS!! TEAS1I! I HIVE CON-
JL STANTLY on hand n Ihi ija and ur.ll.unlnclerl
Stock of Greon anil Black Teas, which I oiler at
J. t'KHWSUN, urocer,
,I,"r Corner Ninth and Vine.
KANE CRACKERS. A FULL SUPPLY
ef those excellent Crackers nlwavs on linml.
Also, Soda Crackers, Abernetty Hlscititand Knglisli
CracknelU. . J. FERGUSON, Grocer,
sepu sjorucr ftintn anil v inc.
FRESH TABLE BUTTE R. I HAVE
made flrrallffementa to have a constant snnrdv
of Fresh Table Butter, with which families liinj b
suppfit'd by leaving their orders with
j. rKiUH sow, urocor,
epl7 . Corner Ninth and Vino.
Wt B. D0DD8,
formerly of Uall.Dodds ft Co.; late TJrban.Doddj ft Co.
W. R. Uodd & Co.,
KAKPrAOTUSlU OT Tltl ,
OONORETB
Fire and Burglar Prooi
S j3u 37 H3 S !
8. W. Corner of Vine A Second Streets.
This Is the most reliable FIKR AND BUHOLA
PUOOF SATE that ia mado in the United States, and
la warranted verfectlr freo from dame. Can lie sold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere.
We havo a large assortment on hand, and are de.
krmlnod to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Old Safes
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HANI) SAFES al
ways on baud aj; JIem.ljMow prices. 97
V. IIAIiaiNllI R. H. V. BABBIMaiB,
UARRINGEK & CO.,
Manufacturers ot
The Celebrated Patent Combined
COOKING STOVES,: i
For WOOD or COAL. The moat convenient, eco
nomical and durable Cooking Stove ever invented,
for Steamboats, Hotels, Restaurants and Private
Honess. Cooking and boiling water for wash and
bath rooms, In Targe quantities, in any adjoining
apartment by the same tire.
WarerooniB, 217 Slain St., Cincinnati.
WRights to manufacture and sell these STOVES
may be secured on application to the proprietors, at
sjhrwjBjarooma. . ...."''r7
ROOFING.
Saltonstail's Fire and Water Proof.
ADHESIVE AND ELASTIC
COATING FOR ROOFS.
THE CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Coating for Metal Roofs, or any Iron Work ex
posed in nse. Warranted to withstand the severest
tests of Heat, Cold, Rain, or Sulphurio Acid, and re
main perfectly impervious to Water. It will not
melt, crack, wash or scale off. For new, old, leaky
metal roofs, or for canvas roofs, it is Ml per cent,
obeaper than any other coating. All ordara accom
panied with the cash or aatiefactory references, will
bepr jointly fllled, in any unsold territory Sonthand
Wesi )f Now York and Pennsylvania. For further
Info' ittion, apply to ,
. T. ROTS k CO.,
. 00e Proprietors and Manufacturers, '
M est Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ROOFING! ROOFINtt!
THE OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC ROOFING" is offered to the public
as the best and cheapest Metal Roof now used, Its
merits tested by an experience of years in this oily
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
building. No solder nsed fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipmont to any part of
the United States, can he annlled li anv ona with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
. . . , ,VAaJUWJUi.
.CALDWELL A CO.
jyis-u
132 Wast Socond street
Merrelf s Blackberry Anodyne.
' 1- I !
THIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO TnE
publie as one oftlie best, If not the ory best mod
Iclne that has ever been invented Air DiAnuiiKA.Drs.
KMYzgv, t'noi.r.HA Im-ANTt'M, and all other derange.
menta of the Stoinnch and Digestive Organs, which
aro so prernlnnt and fatal in our country corrects
th tk raj red condition of the Liver: allays Nervous
I' II. rV i s, such ns is caused by Teething, gives
i etna joalthyactlon to the bowels, and withal, is
pi avail io take.
!y:!3-buit
Hloney! iTIoney! i?loncy!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Removed fratn 36 West BIxi1iitrect. '
MONET LOANEDON WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of Interest, at No. 173 Vine-street, between
Fourth and Fifth.
344
' GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
STEAM TO GLASGO , LIVERPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN ANN LONDONDERRY
JfOB $30.
. i ti . ,
.'. rBOM HEWTOBg.
glaovr,Thomson, Wednesday. Aug). 31, nt 12 noon
dlnbdrh,Onmmlng..Wedn.lay, Junel,
Olnagow, Thomson..... " .Julyt, , ,
dlubnrah,Cuuiming.. July 27, " ,
raoit olasoow. ' '' '
Eillnbargh, CnmmlBg...Saturday, May 7.
(ilnasjow, Thomson. ..Wednesday, July 27, 1 '
Kdlabssrarh, Cumnilng... " July!, vl , .
Rates of Passage frorri New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Oiaegow, Liverpool, Belfast,. Dublin or
Londonderry, first class, 975, Steerage, found with
an abundance of properly-conked provisions, $30.
An experienced Burgeon attached to each steamer.
No obarge for medicines.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
P27 BOBllRT CBAIO. 17 Broadway.
R -Ms I
INSURANCE.
BY STATE ; AUTHORITY.
Incorporated 181 9. Charter Perpetual
ttsTAsronrv eatahlished in Ctnrlntial I in I an.
teilatlng all present local iusuranoe4'onipanlsand
Agencies in tun Insurance business In tbisclty.
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and lllierality, especially com
mend the KTNA Inaurnnre Company to tho favora
ble patronantof Ihia comumnily standing solitary
and alone, the sole anrvivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of IMM,
Iiossiv pnid In l.'iuclnnntl during punt Five
Ytut-s, I3G,II51 27.
Cash Oapitalsftl.OOCOOO.
lABSOLCTM AN1 UNIMPAIHKD.J WITH A
HUHI'LIIS OV SI.03U, 123 80.
And the prestigo of HI years success and experience.
1NVK8TWKNT8 OF
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
I TWAItDH OaT I A,0IIO,O00, 1.OfOIKS
Have been paid by the'tna lusuranco Company in
the past 40 years.
Fire and Inland. Nnvisntlon. Risks accepted
at. tonus consistent with solvency and lair profits.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for forms of 1 to fly . 1.
Application made to any duly .nthorlr.cil Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance business, this Company Is enabled
to offer bolh indemnity for the pant an il security lor
tho future. Pollciosissiiedwltlioutdelay by .'
JAS. H. CARTiOR, Agent, No. 40 Alain street.
A. F. PATCH. Assistant Agont. '
11. K. LINDSKY, Agent 171 Vluo streot. .
J. J. HOOKER, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward. an
THREEVf OUKTH g
or TUB
PROFITS OF THE BUSINESS
- DIVIDED ANKUALLy ;
I POLICY-HOLDEFIS.
T . J jlLVW
. 18 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. . . I
CASH CAPITAL....... 9,100,000 00
ASSETS, July 1, 1S30 05,6SI 81
LIABILITIES 16,514 3
THE ATTENTION OF TIIE COMMU
NITY is respectfully railed to tlm following
features iu connection with this Company.
Fiest By insuring In this Company, iho ndtnnt.
ages of a Mutual InHuratico Company sro obtained,
with tho additional advantage afforded iu the security
given by an uiuplu and reliable Cash Capital a leu.
turo not preseuled byordinai y Mulnal Fire Insurance
Companies. The divldontU to customers, already de
clared, arena 1'hIIowh:
First Divison to rolIcy-Uoidcis, IS.V, Wi per cent.
Second do. do. do. ls.v, .11)' " .
Third do. do. do. isw, M
SgflOMK Tho security given, which Is already large,
will constantly increase with each yenr of KiiccertHful
operations. This is exhibited clearly In the follow
ing statement, showing the position of tlio Compauy
in each year since the new system was adopted.
July, XfM, NetAssctsof the Com puny S.VIO.'.:! 4,1
" ls:,7, " " " ivi!,71!l M
" 1S8R, " " " 7M,!K.'.'J
" 1W9, Gross Assets, " yiUM si
" " Liabilities 16,614 .17
Tiiibo The insured incur no liability wbalever,
while obtaining ihese advantages of superior security
and cheapness. GEO, T. HOPE, l'ipsldeiit.
H. H. I.tMPORT, rieprerary. "
Cvava Fr.vK, Assistant Sccrolary. , , . -
SAM'L E. MACK & Co., Agents,
.13 Went Thlrd-Htreot, Ciurlunntl,
nii-nm .i
L.J 1 , .) ... -.."
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
liiipovlniil Iniin'ovciiivBtt!
W.KLLSPATENT "Z
vn epniviuiirrDiHM
WEIGHS ONLY 63 LBSI MANUFACTURE!.',
' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY .7,
,. BEJiNETT Si CO.,
ivjl-am Sycamore streot, beloyjlflh.
THE MOST RELIABLE liKEANlV
BURGLAR PROdF SAFES.-Thoy have given
more satisfaction lhan anv other now iu use.
We offer a reward of ONK TIIOIWANII lOL
LAHlS to any person that can, up to the present
time, shown single instance w herein they have failed
to preserve their contents. '
With this SAFK we challenge nil competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and aro willing to
teat with any establishment ill tho Union, and tlm.
parly failing first, to forfeit to tho other, tho sum
ofiAlxai. . ...
Wonro prepared to furnish A bottoi "Mfo, Slid nt lea
cost, than any other manufacturer ,a tho United
States.
(second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Wo respectfully invito the public to rail and exam
lneourstockbeforepnrrhaaingelsowhere. -..
augl2-ayf Kos. IS and 17 East Columbia street. ''
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and ' ;
All TAIXS LV THE 6T03I1CH b, BOWELS. .
Made by GEO. S. LIGHT, ., , ; ,
WHOLlflALB DRUG0I8T, CINOENNATI, :ll
FOR SALE BY JOHN D. PARK, 8VJIRE, K01T
STI N E CO., and Druggists generally. Order left
at Williahsos A HAIiirxn, Xo, 41 Walnut stret
will be attended to. aul3-tnovl
I. X. Xs.
JSd XT & T" Jk: 3R. ID I
AFTER MANY YEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in the art of Mustard-making, Uiu
proprietors olTer the above brand of Mustard to tho
fiublic, guaranteeing it a strictly pnre article, manit
actured from tho beet quality or wed, cm of) illy sr
lected with tho design of producing a Miwtard 8UPK
R10R IN FLAVOR ANU PUNOENCY TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We have no honttation iu saying
that all lovors of good BIilstMrd will lind tliol. X. L,
to bo that which thoy so friMinently fall to obtain,
MUSTARH THAT IS IWJSTAIUV
"srOrtlcrs promptly filled. ! -HARRISON
A WILSON,
Je24 09 und 101 Valout-rri-t.
Composition Roofing.
FIIIE nnilcrsfgncd ii prtpnred to tint on a
JL ' I'ompoaitldu Itoof of the best quality at short
IKivn. - i
Office in J AB. Br
A Tl.la anfl Vina
nee in J k B. Bruce's Carriage Repository9, cor
Third and Vine. Di.'l
i.i
Ptr Koohsg material eenataitly on hand
l hand, and I
id for
we. yiiit'eKti .
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' ' '
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
OUR DAILT TRAINS LlUVK TnU
F
a.' srxth-atroet Depot. 1 . ,
Trtiln. run Shrnnuli to IndfanAtlOllS. LlmS. DBB"
dusky and Cleveland willioiitohauge of cars. 1
ThrouJli Tickets for all Kastein, Western, North-eruandliorth-weetern
cltlos. . ' r i ;
A. 11- KXflLKHH TIIALN (Coliimbns lliw,
which is seven minutes fastor than Cincinnati) For
Cleveland and Pittsbnrg, via DflawBre1, makes clo
connection at Crestline tbr-Elttsbing, BoUnjor",
Philadelphia and New York! and at Clovoland tot ,
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston aud New York. Alsp.cog- ,
nwtsat Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Boad for ,
Troy, Piqua, Sidney, Limn, Toledo, Detroit roi i t
Wayne and Chicago, rnachlng Toledo at oi.TO. Detroit ,
at n:ii), ami Chicago at 7:?U P. My tluincv mid Oslona
at 7 A.M. Also, at Dayton with Oreeovillo and Miami .
Road, for Oreenville, Union, Winchester and Mna '
cie. Also,c:onner.sat Rlthninnd wills IndlanaCea.
tml Road, for Indianapolis, Lafeyette, Chicago. Terrs) i
Homo, gt. LouiB, ami all Western cities. Also, t
Riclmiond with Cincinnati and Oilcsgn Road, for
Auilrraoii, Knkunio and Peru. Also, connects wilB
Junction Ruilroattat Hamilton for t'vtbrd. ' ,
S A. III. ftlAIL TItAlN-For Duyiyu, Sprlni.'. ,
field and Haniliisky - Connocts at Sandusky with ,
STBAMER I'm- DETROIT; nt UBBANAl'orCOLUM
Ht'SLat Forest with Pittsburg. Fort WayneandC'hi- "
engo Itoad, East and Wwtt; at Clyde with II, it in 1 Te-
ledn Road tor Cleveland and Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago, This train also connects nt DELA- '
WARE with tho ()., 0. 0. Romi for Cleveland and
points Edit; r.lso conueals at Hamilton with JuucltM
.Railroad for Oxford. ,
4:30 1. M. THAIN For DaytnnL rprlnir1.ld
anil Sandusky t'nnnevts at Forest wHh Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne and Chicago- Road, Kant and Westt at
Clyde with 0. aud Toledo RoiylJ'orClivelaudangBul .
fato, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also, connects at
Richmond for Indianapolis, Term Haute, St. Louis
and Chicago. Alaoi, ronneois wil li J unolion Railroad
al Hamilton fovOxt'ord. -.n- .1
' I. M. TRAIN-For Dayton, Troy, Pldiin, Sid
ney, Lima, Toleilo, Dfltrolt, Fort Waynb and Chi-'
toko, roadiing Chicago nt sA.'Al. ' . .,
' The A and 8 A. Al. Urn i as connect nt Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo.
For further information and Tickets,' apply at the '
Ticket oltlcea north-east corner Front, and Broad- .
way; Nn. ti'.w Waluut-stioet, nnar Gibson Iloime; nt
the uew Ticket Ofllce, on the wwtaide cf Viuo-street.
betweiin PostolHce and Burnet Hoiian; attheWalnsr
Street House, oral IliBSixth-Htrecl. Depot,
aulfl , D. JldlABIN, Siinevliitcnderjti ,
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Bailr. ' ' :i
.THREE TllROUaH EXPRESS TRAINBA
First Train No. lUjprasi.atll A.M., connects via '
Columbus aud Clovi'laiid , via (Vilnmbns, Crestline and "
Pittsburgh, via Columluu, Steubcnvillo and I'ltls- '
burgh, DetroitvlaClerelaadand steamer, Tills Trala , .
tops, bolweeu Cinciunatl and Coliimbns, at tiove
laud, Drorlleld, Morrow, Xonla, Odarvllle, South
Charleston, LondonRiiil West JelTorson. " ' '
Hooond Train No.2Bxpress,at8:30A. IsI.,eonniictit 1
via Columbus, liollnir and ilenwood; Wheeling; vie , .
Columbus, Stoubenvilleand Piltabiirg; via Columbus, .
Crestline and Pittsburg:-tin Columbus and Clove, i
land; Detroit, via Cleveland und steamer: W hite Hill.
phur Station, via Spriiigtlold. This Tram stops be
tweon (liiiciunati and Coliiinlms, at Plalnville, MIL
lord, Miamlville, Loveland, IHnirlleld, Alorrow, Oor.
win. Spring Valley, Xenia and London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M for
Oolmnbus and Sprlnglleld.
Fourth Train-Night Express, at ll..'tlll,. M.; cm '
nects viaOoliiinbus, Bellair mid Benwood; Whi-eilngj
via Columbus, Stvubeuvillu and J'ittahurg; via Co
lumbus, CrosHIno and Pittsburg: vinColumhus and
Clovoland. This train stops at Loveland, iu:?.row, ' ,
0rwiu, Xenia aud Londou.. :6LKJI'1KQ CARS ON
THIS TRAIN, . , ..' o . .
No. 1 Express, through to Clcvelaudwlthoutchanga
of cars.
No.: Express, through to Wboellng without change
of cars. .
Tho NIOHT, HXPBK88 Train leaving Olnrlnnad '
at 11:.Ki P. M., rims daily, oxoept SATURPAYS. The
ether Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
for all Information, and riirough Tickets In Bos.
ton, New York. Philadi'lphis, Baltimore, Waahluc.
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, llnnkiik, Cleveland,
Pitteburg, Wheeling, and all the Easleru places,
apply at the Offices, Walmil Stitet Hoiiho, No. I Bur
not llniisn, south-east cerncri.t Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus times which is ssvonmin
utes faster than Cinciunatl tiiuo,
' J. DURAND, Hnp't.
i Omnlbnses call for passengers by leaving direction
at tho Ticket OibW , my IT , ,
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Only On CVtanye of Cart oettoeen CVncinnaf,'
criifZ Chicago. . .
Th me 1'aMon ger Trains leave llinoinnati daily, from
the foot of Mill and Front streets.
i-M A. M. Chicago Mail nrrives at Indiaryjrolls at
tO:m A. M.j Chicago nt 7:25 1. HI. This trWn con
nects with all night trains outof Chicago, for the
West and North-west. .. ,
12;lH) M. Torre Haute und Laylayette Aroommoda
tiou arrives at Indianapolis, nt A.iw J'. M., milking
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Huute .
1 iniiis and Indianapolis and Lai ay otto trains lor
Docntur, Springfield, "Inphjs, tjniuoy, Hannibal and i
HI. Joseph; alsuwlth Toru trains for Peru, Ft.Wayno
and Toledo.
. t-.m P.M. Chli'H'iiKxptoss arrives at Inrllarapolla
at 1(1:30 P. M.i Chicago at "M A.M. Making cleso
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago, This train .conneotsj at Indianapolis
with Terra Haute trains; for all points West and
SToirthwest.
Sleeping cars are attached to all the night trains
onlhis line, and run through to Chicago witbont
change of cars. ...
Th Is is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, aud with i'nverable ami ruliehlo arrangements
with all counoctii"! roads thionghout the entire
West, guarantees unusual euro and Iho amplest ac
conitr.iodutionB to tho patrons ot th is line.
Bosnro yon are in the right ticket oBino before
you purchase yonr tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lnwroncebui'gaiuTndiaunpo)l.
Fnru the sumo us by any other route. Baggage
cheicked through. '
T1IROUOH THJKKTSi good ilntil tisod, can be oh- '
taiued at the ticket oiflcos, at Spencer limine Corner,
north-east rorm r Broadway and Front; No. I Bur
net House Cornor; at the Witlnnt-strout House, and
I)i pot ofllue, foot Of Mill, on Front streot, whero 1
all necesaary information may bo had.
Omnibussea run to and from mcu train, and w
call fos paasengore at all hotols and all purta of the
city, bj leaving address at either office.
.
w, h. LNOBtm, . .;
thrift General Ticket Agont.
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
TERttK HAOTK, . ,
ST. JiOUIH.
LA FAYKTTR, 1
' CHICAOO, "
LOUANSHORT,
' ' .. vobv WAYNB.
TWO PAI LYTI IRODftlXTIt AINS loavnHlxth street
Depot , at B A. M. and i:3 P. Jl.
A. M.-IN11iANAPILIN,STi LOUIS A (JBHIA.
00 FASTEXPi;KSS.-Throiiglidlrocl,iiiakingclosi
conuoclionsfor all other Wsstornnnd North-western
Cjints. -Thle Ti ain alaooonneoteat Richmond with
iucinnatiand Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Knko.
mo, Logansporti, and aid. point on Wabash Ynllty
Baflroail.
4:.W V. M . J N DI A N A POLIS, CHICAGO HT.
LOUIS NIOH'C KXPRBSS.The above Trains make
Close conuertb ns at Indianapolis, LafayottenodCbl
cago, with Trains for Terruilaule, Sprfngfleld, Rock
Island, Oiilisburg, Kenosha, LaCrossn, Jacksonville,
Danilt, Bnrli'jsgtoar 4lilwuke,Altttton, Naples, .
Galena. Qiilnry, I'ruirio (ii Chien, Tana, Peoria,
Dunlt'ith, Rariji, Decatur, BlooniitigUiii, Jollet, La
Salle.St. Paul, and all towns ami cities In the North
west.
(PsTThrough. Tickets liven and nasaano checknt
Forfiirtherlnftirmnllon and Thrnnsh Tlrknls.aa.
ply to Ticket llfflces, uovth ciasl, corner id .Front nod
Broadway; Mo.-Iimi Walnut street, n.ar Fourth; at
south-enbt corner of JTnurtU and. Vino streot, or at
the Sixth-street Depot, i ' ; i f
D. II. MOBROW. iin'rnteiidenl.
Cmniliiisos will call for paswing r, ry sw.ving tlinlr
nanius at either pi tho I'lckot On i .
i. , ll'.'-'i-if, Agent.
OAKDY!
.1 MIT l'
O A ND Y
,t(inKenorto Hikii A Co,) j , j ,
Manufactureri iul Uhole'fiHlo OeaJerg
t
FINE AND ri.iIJ(AMHE5,
40 MAIN STREET,- CINCINNATI
" ' ' J 'i. - . myiT
.DltrsAlTl'L ll4IiEr
lSI'KOIATiLY 'TUBATS DJSKASKB OK'.
JI-i TUB SKIN, RIIKUJIATIHsl, DISEASES Or
WOMEN, and sncli Clirtmlc complaliita a may he
henelltted by th Jlyjcyoiili: MilAjmofvlliiu syslsni
ofhlsotHro. ' ' . .
Vapor, RiifpRiir,' iotlluri, AWeilio, M.iniry; Tnr
klsn, Russian and WectreiCliertilfcal Bath, a Ills
peiisaryof Medicine, And (Very liianntU; or Kltcttlt
anJIMagrietrbiApparaliis:'"1 . ...
' - '-""NO. 67 WEST 8IXTH-ITRRRT. ' " '
eUise hears v A. M . to ( p. . fmU-tfj

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