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T HE PR ESS.
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31 ONDAY- OCTOBER 3
IX CENTS WILL PAY FORTHE
PINNY PfttSSONEv'ECK.'
Advertised Letters.
1ST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN
J the Cincinnati Post-office 8a.TVBDv Kvntmo,
toberl,l9.
IV All letters advertised are subject to in
hare of one cent. Persons calling for them will pleas
gome prepared with the necessary change.
faVFersons calling for then letters will please nr
. they are advertised, and lire number and date of list.
The office will open at 7K A. M., and close at 6X
J. M. Sundays 0 (Hoe will open from?!. M. to 10X
tsTTh Hit below la made up every Saturday oven
km, between and 4 o'clock, aud unbrace all the on-ealled-for
letter of that week.
tVOn Saturday the oBict is eloed from to 4
o'clock P. II. for the purpose of preparing tut utter
last.
No. 40.—October 1, 1859.
LADIES' LIST.
A : .V'' ,
Austin Mrs Julia
Allgsyer Mrs Margaretta
Allan Mr Patterson
1 Albert Kmmeline ii
Armstrong Mini Florence
B
. ilemsrd Mrs Fanny B
BatctaolorMrsG XT f
Breckway Mrs Ellen R -Bell
Alias Juliet
Bruce Mrs Letitla ' 1
Brooke Mra Maria
Blgelow Mr Maria
B int it Sliss Rata
. BnllyMlisMollle '
Bradford Miss Louisa P
Blake Miss Mollis
" Bylford Marian
Baroun Miss Kate
Barnes Hallrla
Brlttingham Mn 0 V i
Bates Mr Carolina A
Berry Mrs Adorn
Buck weld Miss Christina
.. Baylard Mrs Elizabeth
uweKer sir Mary
Ammann Emetine '
itenbrongh Mrs L M
Alielt MrsOrdella
Aaberg Miss aartth
Peck with Miss E i
Bates Mrs GeoH
Beard MrsEllsaE
Barry Miss Hannah
Baily Miss Mary Ann
Blake Mrs Mary
Bond Miss Martha I
Buskor Miss Mahals
times Miss Mary
rooks Mrs Marlon
Benton Miss Laura
Bishop Mrs Lluie
Barrett Miss L
Hrctherton MIssLunor
Butler Mrs Ann
Bynner Miss Amelia 8 "
Baily Mr AbbieWS
Burchell Miss Ann i
BartlettMisa Knima
Bannister Mn Martha B
Corre Miss Ann L
CottleMrs Caroline
Carpenter Mrs AW :!i
Chun-hhill Mrs France
Cox Mrs Gracy .
(.'arpenter Isabella T
Crawford Mr June !
UarrMissMollie
Cunningham Miss Lucy
Concklln Mrs Bailie A
lotts Mrs Arietta
Boyle Mrs Nancy Jane
v
Oonant Miss Annie
Conroy Mrs Catharine
Onny Mrs Ann
Clcraause Mra Emetine
. Cooper Mr Edward
' CasoJullaA .' '
UostegantlUsHary
Casev Mlsa Marv
Corbla Mr Mary
Oarpett Miss Mariett
unilrta Mr UlUa '
' i
Cowan Miss Amelia
Clai lcs and Cooks -
Clark Miss Orlell Clark Mrs E
Clark llary Ann Cook Sirs Mary J
Cook Mr Letitla ;
Biuiiek Misj Adit "
avis MU Gllza
Dcall trs Mary
Davis Mary A
Deuniaon Miss Magil
Domvlllo Miss Hosalin
Dawson Miss JJIleii
pp Mrs Annla
Kvans Mis Eliza
Ellibony Mi's 8 0
Frank Miss '
Finnegan Anna Maria
VytXe Miss Anna E
Frnncisco Miss Eunice
: fuller Miss flmma .
ntch Miss Maria
Fallbrlcht Mrs Mary S
Fessett Mrs Sarah
raves Miss Cornelia
'lulbertMlasB -Oanlucr
Mua Baimali
duilllaTSMlfs Louisa
fleason Mr Mary
Grakeson Mrs Jjarah )
Duvey Mrs Catharine
De Forrest Mrs D
VHoa Nettle
DTiMrsHwia
DunlaulU'iMary ''
DorrmM'sPV '
De Ford MUs Bell
E
Ewlnglrs Elisabeth
Emerson Ml&s SallieB
Ehratnu lliHni'iettA.
ZarlaUlasC'ttieKue - .'
EalrtwnksMrsA ' (
Vritch Mrs Barbalry
Prancisco iliss Adella
Floyd MrsEllsabeth
'inkty Mrs Hester Ann
Varrel Miss Lon
Fnirchlld Mrs Rose C
Ewtor Miss Liitie
CreggMrs Franklin
UrovaMiMBlisa .
Oesuer Sirs Mary A ,
' Gould Mrs Nancy
Ulbeon Mias Sarali
I " OaltosharMisi Bridget
-Hartshorns Mrs
Howard Mrs C ,
HerrTnton Mrs 0 D '
iloover Mias Alice
Hayes Miss Catheriue
Hutd Mrs BlIsatNtb
HolleyJIissB
Highway Mrs Henry
Hi!) Mrs THA
Murd Mrs Martlia
Harrison Miss L T
. JIomerMrs Molly
Hugh Miss Mary I
Hart Miss Hose
'UarrnarMrsPeWi
Jlutlia Mis Sallie
.1 ukin Mis Alniir t
Fnokson Mrs T A
.lames Mrs K Idle PL
Jones Mr Harriet
Johnson Mra Mary 8
Johnson M rs Mary
Johnson Sally
Kind Mrs A '
Keotigh Mrs Bridget
Klllen Miss Mollis
Knight Mary
Kerr Miss Laura
Eenelly Mrs Mary J
Kenedy Mrs Mary
dv
T.lnirspv Mr
jnven Miss Elisabeth
Layton Mrs Eliza
Lewis Mra Harriet ,
Lang Maria . . r
H
Hetherlnsjtoti Miss Selina
IIiby Mrs Anaie C3
- Ilackett Mr Bernardlna
Hennessey Miss Annie
Hammer Miss
" Hollingsworth Emily
HnrtonUrsEllsaA
Hilton Harriet
Hastings Bliss Julia
Huher Mrs Anna
Iluih.es Miss Llards
'Judrick Miss Laura
i Heydenjjer Mrs Mary
Hown Mrs Pntlenct
' Harrison Mrs Sarah
. Harney Mis Caroline
and J 4
j. Jordan Miss Ann
Jones Elizabeth
Jerome Mrs Ann
Jones Mrs JO
Johnson Mrs Mary U
Iyer Mrs Mary Ann L
Jones Miss Mary .
K
Kees Mrs Charlotte H
King Miss Mary L
King Miss Mary
King Miss hate
KiensejMary
Kennedy Mary
KerrisMrs Missouri
Kpnareelc Hnnnnih
- Kenney Mias Bridget
Lavender Miss Catharine
Lister Mrs
- l Lawson Emily
Loire Mis Bella
Lynch Mrs Lillit
' LippUtMrtSL '
Macs
McTAUghllhMrsW
JlcFarland Mrs Rschael
McUulley Miss Mary Jans MeKeever Bridget
McUuire Margaret McKee Miss Bella
MulltkenMisaAbsleM
aaoiioy Mrs
Moore Miss Julie A
Marshall Miss Hnrriet A
Madden Miss Margaret
Miller Mrs Kate
ileadur Miss Lydia
Meaudler Miss Minor
.vticnaeluusH
McCuIgan Mrs Hester A
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Murphy Mrs 0 '
Madden Miss Fannie
Medklrk Miss Josephine
jionigomery aim jane
Nolan Miss Julia
Nelson Louisa
Pattlson Mr '
Porter Mr Isabella
Price Mrs Mary L I
PfafrerMrs Prfccllla
Pin Mrs Patsy
Kandell Miss Bell
Rose Mrs Bmms
ReedwMrsIsaee
Rumril Ellr.abeth
Kobinson Mrs Mary X
Bagan Miss Kate
KonenlsMrs Margaret P
Kutledge Miss N 3
Jtoss Mrs Polly
Rice Mrs U
Heynohls Mrs J M
Rogers Mis va B
MMdleton Mrs Marls A
Mamhand Miss Mury
Miller Mr Matilda
Morrow Mis Louisa
Munucen Miss Sarah,
Martin Miss J ace
- s
Noi-thMlMlds
Morris lira Sophia 0
O
Osgood Mrs Lucius
p ' '
Pierre Mr IT
Pieroo Mrs George
Philips Mrs Mary E
Procy Mrs Sarah
t-iuuiger jare oaraa
Q
Q ulna Mrs Ellen
R
Rellley Mrs A
Randled Mrs Julia
Randall Mis Esther A
Reamer Mis Mary
Roys Mr Mary J
Risliardson HIssKats
Rftnfeher Mr Maria B
Kobinson Mr Rebecca
Boeder Theresa
Hice Mlsa Sarah J
Railerty Mr Jau
ReiderMiss
9chu1 tie Hiss C layanna
pcott Miss Adeline
8tuntMrsCR
Snyder Mrs Emma
Stanley Mrs Elliabeth
Sullivan Mra Harriet
9eott Mrs Jennie
. Shldler Mrs Isabella
Slmmonds Mrs Ltszle B 1
Straws Mrs Martha
' Stewart Mrs Nancy .
Sklllman Miss Mary
Chafer Miss Margaret
. Schuster Miss LiHle , 1
SeamonMrsM
SUSord Mrs Rebecca "
Mhaw HrsTlrolTiU
Suedd Mrs Hannah M
SUIlwell Mrs Clara
Strieker Mrs Amalla
Sims Miss Cornelia P '
Spinning Mrs Elba H"
Sands Sliss Elizabeth
Settlemyers Miss Jos'n
ft-ott Mrs Harriet
Sullivan Mrs Martha U '
Seainon Mlsa Maggie
Stewart Mrs Nancy Beaty
Spring Mrs Mary ' '
rehesman Mrs Mary
SpittsmeaerMlssLlzsi '
Si rrMIs Louisa
Shasr Miss Rachel
Smoke Mrs R
Snead Vlndnia
Semple Mr A M
Cmltta Mrs Mary B
BmitlinlutM Ai
Bayre Mr Leonard.
Smiths
Smith Mis SarahR
Hmiui Mr James S;
Tins Christians
. Torrence Miss Battle R
Thomas Mrs Mary
Tripp Mrs Lucy A
Taift Mrs Msry Jan
. 'layior otrs urson
ia Mrs Catharine
: Tiers MisaOB
Wb Mm A H
"WiillMns Mrs Anu M
Smith Was AnnitU
.... T ..
Taylor Mrs Julia.
Turner Miss Maria ,
. Thormoln Miss Media i
Tueed Miss Mary I
Timrnooa Miss Mary "
TavIorMra Priscll'a
Taylor MisLouiaa
v
Vantassel MrsCntheria
Vlekors Mis Mary
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Wsodnan Miss August
naiserniss joumce , .
tWheelar Miss Slizt A r Wstsja Miss Jane E
vatl Jan a
Wire Miss Mollis
White Miss Leans '
Walah Mia Mary Aou
WllllannMiss Maria '
"Weotbreok Mis Mary.
Wynn Miss R W
Whit Josephine
Waleh Mr Mars Ann
Whita uiss Mahals ,r '
- Wilson Llisle ,
. Wise Mrs Mattie
J Watas Mrs 1 f ary A
.. Wilson Mrs Permelia
WolcottMrsTM
- Woods Miss Marls
LADIES' LIST. GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
....... . -' A ' r'1 '
Alssauier A J Arthur, Bambino Armstrong AW
fSLm 6jA Gllroy . Aschhsn. I &
A l' .On USTVi- , . . tl 1 ItUU VI nu.iwiwiw
Ay iveoa"n avnunsvu uiwci nivnwuiM
t I )'.r4 Jg'i 1. .'ri.l 't t -i
Bowot, Forster fc Deekman Chsrlot
Co BtckweUBnJ
lades Ben P.
Irainwell A i
Btteher George Barker Edwin A Betty Edward
Brolly Francis . ; .Baxter Edward J Bart David M
Barku .Edward macron uo u Bate uenry
nowen nenry narreisjoua
Beler John Belden Jiune L
Bate James W . Barnley John
Bannister Jat CI BrwUhaw Jos T
Bunoe J W Beechlug John
Bauchear Michael BusberN R
Bats Orion C Burns Patrick ,
BaxterWmT Blair Wm a
Duutt Wm IWlior T It
Rrooks Svdnev ' Bourser William Bent Samuel
BcrohelmerZack .
; Browns
Brown Simeon - Brown George 4 BrownOWa '
Brown Cornelius Brown Bennii Brown Alfred
C
CondronCary
Coyle F
Coffin Isaac
tothers James A
Chamulln J M
Conner Wm M
yroasl'U CarselWm
CannlnffWm Pinuen. Wm
rtlrrvTriATnfUlTt fll.rlr .Tnmpa A S f!nnk JcsS
Clark Dennis Clark JamesL Collins James
Campbell BonLBCnmpbell George CarrQeorge
D
Duffy Constantino Dempster 0
vantai unaries uean a. n
Delany Dennis S
Darennort John
Cory A JDrJ
CleilinF&O
Cone J B
Solman Henry
happell John
Lfiinson a u
aiming Wm
Bour Jeaa
Bell H J .
. Burt B C
.' Bryant Hiram
Burmeater M C
Brewer R
. Bovier William
. Bray Wm M
nusseysutnerianu
Cha & Eddy ti Co
Clifford Darid
Chapman Jno Q A
Coppins John
Chamberlin Rev
LB
Comatock Br 8 L
Cottle.' J
llallmv Tkmnlfl
Brake J L at Co
Dodilriibte C E
Darby Andrew B
Deegan David
i)een J aim
EilvrardH len 11 II
KUardJobu
Klbig a
FltisimmonsMr
docker Alimliam
Frayne Pi-ank
KolfetJC
'urotenhelm n
Eleihman Heury
Eriedericka J 0
ThifTv Jnhn nAVennort Jno B Dolanv John
DnrheckJO BepewJohnO Dyer John Si. Co
Drake John L Dickson LW Deasar Lewis
Del Oeloso L Bewey Newton W Depanls Michael
Doyle Peter Daniels Eobert A DodsonWm
DareWm BayWm , Dills Silvers
Douglass Wm DeForestDelavym Davis Newton 0
Davis Nelson Davis Harvey DaviDayid
Davis Wilson S . Davis J Franklin Davis D
DyerWn .. ,
E .
Ellis David Eagle F W
Edwards Dr J D EaosJohnJ
Eagleaon John Eostrldge Levi
Ediuoudioa Kich . ,
F i
France, Aprel Fatrann & Co
- fe Soman Ford Archibald
FlskFM - Fulhunfg .
ForbesDrAWa Finch George
Flint J Dwight Frank John
Freck Heniy Flower Col J G
Pnvimonn John Viwmntnr JUL
Frailer James RKFesser Prof Lewis Foggie Nathaniel
Freeman Lafe Fldalae O it to Karreii l'atrick
Fletcher William Frank Simon Fenton Inoi
G
filllmn A W nellerBcinraen
George Mr Gazley Allen W
uoouniei'aptu wuauierueo
Sunn Br J 0 Gould JO
allowayJnoM Greenwood Jno
Orlo Jos Gllmore Harry
tirade Pierce B 3 GersuchBB
(iilliaTW GIllettCantT J
GomellWallteeLGreany Thos
uraayxnos - uamesinos
H
HoweAlfredDF HalcBealc
Hopkins Mr ' Hinde Charlie C
Hickman Alberts Hodgson A J
Hawkins E H Hicks George F
llnwo Vrllnk n UiihhsninM
Hnnkliiimn i fl Ilnnkinl David J Hemnhill F M
Holfman John A Howorthjohn HahnProfHcury
Haslep Jacob HorslmanJF Hope John
Harbin John B 2 Hudson Joseph Howell John II
Hagerly John D llight HA nuntlngtun J C
. Hudson J W w Horton Homce M Hessberg Isano
Hopkins James B Hansohe Johu 0 Hedges James '
Hewitt Joseph R HonmunNA, lIoltmnnMJr
HoganMartin Henokens Lonls HillLD ..
Hide Robert Henderson Col R Howard Thos M
Holloway Samuel M Hutcheson Wm
Henry William HudsonWAil Hirshburg Simon
Hopkins WP Helm T A HeyerWW
Hall, BrownStCo Hall John '. - Karri James F
Howe S .:..
Initials
A V M....BW M.... Agent Bartlett's Sowbg Ma
cliui....iittiith's Mercantile Colleae. .
.1 and J
Jackson 0 M ' ' Jenks AW ' Jndon Junius
JudaeJohn J ohannes Michael Joseph R OS: Co
Irwin Wm Johnson C A 'J Johnsons Oreen
Jones St GalUiier John;ton David G Johnston H M
Jones H M Jones W B Johnson Samuel
Johnson Wm . Johnson Thos
... ... . ..... K
King Boiwell A King 0 W
Kennedy DU Kingsberg Harri-Keller lllrsm W
Rains John sou . Kemper Hugh F
Ktgon mcnoias or Jerome .
. . 1. ...
Lloyd Alfred Lewis ChasB Lambert & Co
Lam A A Luckenback A V Liuter, Kent &
Lafontalne ArthurLauichaw Chlis -' Alvev
Lattrone Captain Leighton Geo A Lewis 0. F
Lafon Felix Lauchlan Ja W
Langanhadir JconLiniuley J as
Gorr Cnpt Chos F
uore I'n.'is r a
Gaines Henry
GarrattJno YV 2
Greaves Jas -
Garbur Nicola
GleavesRII
GealeTfc J Casey
Griffith Hey 8 R
Hume A F
Haynes Benjamin
Haynes E T
Henderson G W
Hatch K W
Kirk Andrew
KllssUco
Lucas John H
Langtiy Jas W
Ludlow Fhilo
Lament Wm
Luckett Thos H
Moora W "
Morrison Wm
Miller F J
Miller Wilber
Miller HF
Martin Morris
Mason V B
Lincoln J F
Lennol James
Lane Theo P
Lawrenoe T W
Ludlow WmH
m;
Moore Chas
Mnrri A M
ajlllorPrnf W J T. Miller a 1 2
Miller Peter Miller Joseph
LangmatsrJohn
Levi Jos .
Laurance J M
Lamdin M T
LehrWm Penn
Leonard Wm L
Lewis Samuel
Moore Ed F
Morris m (J
Mlllcr&Bro MillerCamphellJt
Muson Edward Co .
Maclay A ;- Mao Charllo
MuhnGoo t
JUorgans uaviu u muni u u
Mlcbeals Geo 1 Mershamfl
Mitten Dorsey 0 Mornian Jas
Mullat Jas lUurmtta Jas
Montngnier Jules Mulltna J
MichleJohnMa Myers Joseph
May Nathan Mitchell BR
Much tamuel Mills Wm U
Miuina Tlmetliv Mahrv Woodford MnonunThoall
Morgaa Samuel MayhughWrn ,- Marplcs Josojih
' Macs ' '" -
McCartyJohn McClalnJW McCormlck John
McCnlliiv.T a MrCiilvCh:! McCllshdnmea
MoCIellandDrJ MclntyreWF McLean John V7
Aica-nigui wm
Montgomery lar Mohan Chail
ken ft Oo ... Mnnrv .Tss H
Mutrett Daniel
Masters Geo L
Myers Rd B
Mahan John
Myers Jesse
Moses Job '
Marshall Di ll
mack inns
Mc. Slitter J C
McKee .Tethrn
McFarlan John
Mnl.nuBhlin nan McLean T W
McLean Thos McManus T
Mcierren Al t
Neely David 8
Nabel Jacob
NicholasCrTL
Ulc.Michen A S
McDennettW
N
Neal St Alesheies NohileG
Nordatt OusUf , Noske Julius
NiemlyH I.Noah N
Nixotf Wm S 'Nigongerd Wm
o
Ogle Benjamin fl'Brian Daniel Orr John
O'Neal Thomas O'ConnerThO
P Penle Chas Pattsn Charll Phllpat
Phelps C II 1 i PlphoC ". '' Parsns Burton U
Preaostt Allhert Procter Chas & Priee Edtvanl
Prager F Powell Joseph Pape John P
Poil Henry S : Pe&ae JoseDii Peterson John
Pomroy J W Pratt Levevitt Pealrol Matthew
Parsons Mil ton Pinks Linton FasterRev TimotbyB
Pharses Wm Purchase 3 W Parks William 3
Powell (V J Pleraon Joseph Parmer Joseph G
Parmer Arthur S Fearue li V , Patterson Jnuies W 2
Patterson Thomas Narval
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Robeson Wm Ilohioson George
Rohinson Horatio Rcilly Edwnnl J
Richards HC J HeillyWmW
Richardson T KtyOcld Dr
Keardon Dan'l Real E 0
Rock John A Rockport Jno K
Reed II ' Rector J N Lieut 3
Redlngton Mich'l Reader Ralph
Ralne Wm Bidenour W M
Randall W II, MD Rowe Thos ReedWmW
Robertson Wm B Robertson Wm T llowo'IA
RittenSam'lH
smiins
Smith Alberta
Smith John
Smith John
Smith Perry
Smith Walker
Scott Geo L
Stewart Wm
Bhrluiway A b W Sanderson Adam Starr A A
n nargeam tnas r. enea m v
Stokes Dr it JS . St- Bngland, I)
tnarD Jonn ti
Shannon Joseph
eoion James
Second James K
Shearer John
Ht John Henry
Shad John B
Schudy Matthew Swain Leonanl
Sims Robert Mrauer If U
. Bunnktnssu
Sabun S H : A Steele Wra
Shore Thos - Bunpson W W
Rogers A
Kobinson Jas M
KV James II
Rellly John 51
Romback M B
Rector John N
Reynold! JO'
Rlchnom J L
Ritchie Sam'l D
Smith OhasWG
Smith Joseph a .
Smith J K
Smith Robert E
BuithWmF
Scott Danl Rl .
Strong wm X
Sands J J
Snarder Joseph
Sandford James
Knrinifr J P
Selden Henry
etoites isaao
Sherman JO
Sweeney M
Smith J J Capt
. Smith KB
hmith James
Smith Thcaa
Scott A
riicoit artuur
Settle John
Smart Joseph
Sprout Harris L
Shnrne II f!
Silver John J
Blapp J M
Sargeant James A
epniane iilaunca
Springer Pierson Sims Robert
BtraaerBsi
Stokes Thos II
Sulyer S
Bpicer W n
Thempson A Le. Thompson RobtP Thompson 0 II
lev Thomas J U
Tindall Ohas A ' Tatam Clias
Turney D M Thorn David
Thacker Jno A Trowbridge J W
Taylor Edmund Taylor John , .
UtleyDM . ,
Vance Chas
yalleRus
V'andcmarK.C
Vaughn NF
TavlorCom A If
Traine, Meyer k
Co
Thayer Ii or W
Van Wert fc Hay
den Walker R
Vunderhof P H
vaugban Pat .
. W -
Walker Varanus Walker V7 P
Wataso Samuel F White James A s White Robert 3
White, KorrisltCo White Jos 11 ? Warren W
Wamer Warren Williams'Jos W Williams Harry V
Williams Alfred Williams J DjrS Williams Johu II
Wilson, Baird&tCoWllson.MickelJi Wilson Wm
Wilson James I Co Wilson John D
Wilson Wm Wilson John D Waldhcim ck FA
w hippler Captain Wattcins Andy J tier
Walling Daniel . Wendell C 2 Wildmsnn Qidcon
tvoo-iriiir Jonnu wutiersj i
WolcottMay Wad J
Winy Robert ' ' Wohled Tliomas a
Wlghtman S 9 ' : ' Woodruff Tim
Weir Samuel Wentworth Ste M
Winter V tt Sons WoWier It W
Warkiser Kand'ph Whittle Bicbard
X '
YarganH
6
Keller Abat
are notadverused unless
Wansbrough H
Wolfe Joseph
WadeMD
Wstmore WmP
Wallace Wm
Winkley AV
Welch Biebard
Touni McDowell & Co
JAS J. FARAN, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS.
V
pEMAININO IN THE POST-OFFICE
XiiatOorlngton, Ky.) October 1: -
Persons calling for any of these letters will please
ay they are advertised.
Arnold June .Allen Jrunes Allen Mist
Apttonsonjir iir.g!fs;iien
Brett Thomas Dcuton Joseph
Brook MnryF lirunerJos
Clark Alfred, CuIllnBrien
Oarrlgan Oath ('ailry J & Co. ,
Arnold Mi
BnggsMlssJS
Bnkar F
Bnrland John
Clark James T
Onnftr (irtorce
IbftTe Jeremiah
Deggett James
Dryer I
Faults Mrs
(llle Andrew
Colcran Edward Collins Chxs
DInkson John , Dully Jotin
DiukeFnuik , Davis MnryF.
English Mary Ellis WS
Garrt'IiOt'S J flossportll Mr
Horkini Mrs M A ilampton Mrs. X
Huber Jake Bane W Hanlesty N .
HerrkkB J ' " Henry Miss - Horn C F
Hone Frank - llenuban llohrl Uengebold B B .
Hathaway Mary Irving Mary AiurJohnsco James
-Johnston Louisa Joshua Miss Ann Jenkins Richard '
Johnson Wm 8 Kelly Margaret Kimball J 0 .
McUlsMkerHughMuirinsChaa McOlureMissAlloe
MurrayMrsU Martin Alexander Math Jacob .
Morton Mrs Murrey James Murfeyjohn '
Maxiority John Miller Mrs J ., OrtonAandB
Oliver DW ranwiui. Parker Mrs U
PorlerMissB rumiueu Jona
Renneli Newtun Robinson Jnues
Rotiertson J w . Jtooeri w it
Simpson R Stevenson Dan
ShotwollWniB Snyder Henry
Stotiy S SwimM,ilLi
Storol Mrs Stivers George
Tremaine Lizzie Taylor John
Turks V Tmnnell ThOI
Tail John Wilten U Wolf John !
WilcheiilayMrsM Whitoker Jiui VnllaceJam
WintersoleWm , Wondyanl Sarah Walker Wm
. Pve James
RlncerMrs
Stevens Mrs
. enaw James . -Sarsfield
Mrs
Summen John
Taylor J L
TollookWm ;
Thomas Eliza ,
Wolf John
Wallace .lame
W. D. HOLT, Post-Master.
LIST OF LETTERS
TJEMAININO IN" NEWPORT POST-
JLti OFFICE October 1, 1K'J
Allen Lewis Billinghara W a
Boone Silas Pal He
Bnvmer t'red llanr Miss Marv
Brown Augustas Brownoll Thomas
Bcnwl Lnrl Pti vaitenstinc unrou
Bnimhacn V u
Bouillarl Francis
CoaklinMn
CribilarMis
Cooper J M
Italian, n
llivlitel John
Butler James
Bvrnes Michael
Brown Miss Mat
Baysee Wm
Bat nes Jnroe
Hminflfin llenrv
Snul MiiuNnelvCole GeorceP
Conway Miss 19 A tllierer Paul ,
CulbertsonJaoob Cones Mrs Eliza
C.arv n flnrKev i ntnk
VntAr MljuMnllleKmncoifl Madame Fitusreruld P
GillaspleC OlasChas Grata Barbara
GallisChas UetselJN HarrisonAR
Hoover Filis iiazei jiissuaiueiioiusDermargarei
Ilaisch Peter Junliin Mr
Knnnn Peter Kemof Jo
Larub Mrs Mary LantellJns
Lindasy Jliss M Lyon H B
LyonaAlvira , MundayJT.
Morton Wm Meredith Wm
Meyer Henry Moller Jas J
Jlalior Michael Noonan Mary
Olivers OaklyMrsll
O'iinraM , Peokhmn WJ
I'eckVGS PoatelJ
Handoltih WT2 HvnaatansT! '
Itoliertson J T Ryan Mrs M B
itvan jcit
SternherserMrs
Spill Mite
Sawyers & Co
Sterner George a
Stllwell Robert
Smith Wm M '
Townsend T B 3
Kraft John
Klingensmith Wm
Lovejoy 8 A
Laroue Julius
Miles Peter
May Frank ' i
Mann Gottleih
Offenhachcher A '
OBroyenWmSS
Peters P
Page D 8 ,
' RemmerBenJ
Rlcker Casper
Seymour M rs
Skeel Mollie M P
Sanderson Adam
Smith Mini U
Thompson J H
Smith Thomas
Smith RT
Tayloy J W
Virginia Mim
Webber Mrs Ph
WcntworthGe
McLane Wm
Mcilullen K D
tW Offio opss front nine till ten o'clock on Sunday.
Thomn Gotthebj Thompson Ellen
Vojele Mr Wiley Drvid
Willison Leander Wilson D
WardDD Winter Miss EL
. McNaughty & Oo McMahen Emma
J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUND
at last just what the Ladies have longneoded
and looked fur in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uteri no Elixir is warranted to cure all dis
eases of s I turuie Kature; Inflammation of tlio
Womb, the Kidneys, tho Ovaries, and the Urethra,
Frulnpsiis or Falling of tho Womb, Painful Menstru
ation, Chloroaie. Amenorrhea: in fact, a perfect euro
is guan auteud by the use of from two to live bottles
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how long standing, Price tl per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of one-of the moat prominent Drug
glsts of Cinuinnall. ,,-.,,., ,.,.,., .,.!, j .
"To THI PUBUC SVD IDE LADIES IK PaUTIOVLAI.
Wo, the midomlgned, are not in the habit of giving
our nanio to PHU.nt Modlciuea; but knowing well the
Lady Phjsician, and the medicine called the Utorlno
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all female
eutl'oring from Female Disease of anv kind; It is
purely vegetable, and in no casa can do Injury; wo
say to all try, and our word for it, you will And re
lief. F. D. UII.L, Druggist, '
tepZT , "Corner of Fifth and Race-streets." ..
, ' ": -A LSO-. '. " ,
ADAME ELLIS'S SPAJrtSlT SIMU
LATING BALSAM cures, without fall, mains
in the Breast, Back, Side nr Drubs; Coughs, (.'olds,
Uoarscneiu, DltUonltyot Ureuihlng.Haadache. Flat
ulency, Heartburn, Chronic Rheumatism, Billions
C'hidic, Cramp Oholic, Griping Pains of the Bowels.
Dullness, stupor, Inactivity, Losaof Appetite, ana
in i'utulul Menstruation it is a certain cure, and
flives lramediato relief. In auv of the above diseases
t will give rollef ia twenty mlnntos, and s perma
nent cure by I he use of two bottles. Only W cents
per bottle so cheap that every perBon can got It. .
Either of the above medicines to be bad of F. D.
BILL, DrugKist, corner of Baca and Fifth-streets:
and EDWARD 8CANLAN Si 00., Druguists U.K.
corner of Main and Fourth-streets; ornt BBIGHAH
A CO., Manufacturers, Hu. 2i East Fsuitb-street,
Giacinnatl, O. sepl'7 ay
At the Old Establishei Stand, : .
31 EAST FIFTH, BET. MAIN AND SYCAMORE.
I HAVE A LARGE AND" DESIRABLE
stock of Bonsehola anil Office Furniture, both
new and second hand, consisting of fine bedeteadB,
sofas and parlor cbnlrs, Drnssels nnd ingrain carpets,
oil-cloth, cutlery, etc. A lino assortment of coun
tora, ebelviuir, oOiee doska and stools, eto. Also, a
stock of billiard tables, pinuos, extra marble-top
counters and tables on hand and for sale low. .
sop.1Uamt W3I. CARTER, Proprietor..
ATTENTION, BUILDERS!
THOS. W. FJRRIN & (0.
H,,
HAVE ESTABLISnED Tilt FACT
that they tiro eolllng lumber at their yard vrn
Freeman-stroet, noxt to Clncinuati, Uauiltou and
Dayton Railroad,
? . . '. ." , '
AT LOWER PRICES
. : I ' ' : '
Than any other Lumber Dealers la the oily.
" Quick Sales and. Small Profits:',.
... ..... .
' IS TEF.1U MOTTO.
They submit the following list of prices:
Cni,h. 4 Mii's.
Clear lnmier,alHhieknises, 1 1n. moan $J7 M) $ig tan)
Best Common, 1H and i inch Puink......... M m BO Oh
llest " 1 inch Boards... . 23 73 25 liO
Second " nil thicknesses...,..........,,,, lb CM 17 W
Third " Iioarils II M 12 60
Grub Plnnk, face lncunuo i ji) M 00
Hemlock Joist, Scantling mid Timber..., MM MM
Poplur " ' " " in 50 14 00
First Common mnonng Hoards 39 m 37 m
Second " " " L'3 75 2.5 m
Third " " " , 18 M 20 00
First Common Weather Boards in' Gu 17 Ml
Second " " " 13 00 13 00
Cedar Posts, 4 by 4, feet, per hundred.... M 00 f 0 00
Cedar " for fencing, " " ...30 00 31 66
Locust ' 30 00 22 40
A further reduction of 2H per cent, will be made on
bills of Ssoo or more. ; .- . I. ::
We havo one of the largest and best selected stocks
of Lumber In the Cincinnati market, which we offer
for sale at the above) prices, . , . ,
scp23tf
THOS. W. FARBIN & CO.
Wi B. D0DDS,
FoimlrofDaU,I)od(Uac.;utcrrbaii,DoddiAOo.
W. IB. Dodd) & Co.,
AJTOiAimrBtaa o ths
OONOnETH
Fire and Burglar Prool
S AP m S!
8. W. Corner of Vine & gecona Streets.
This Is the most reliable FIRE AND BfJRGLA
PROOF SAFE that la mads In tho United Stutee, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
can be fonnd elsewhere.
We have s large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to soil at prices that cannot fail to please.
Old Safes
Taken la exchange. SECOND-HAND BAFTS al
ways on hand at extremely low price. v7)f
WESTERN
C6inmerei.il College
. . JIASCUANCIiDIT LOCATION
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE THE P0ST0PFICE,
EU II A III) NELSOX, Principal.
WW Circulars, stating terms, can be had On nppll.
cation. ' .,. sp2ay
ROOFIiVO ! ROOFII !
TIIE " OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC ROOFINO'Mi offered to the public
si the beat and cheapest Metal Roof now used, Its
merits tested by an etperienco of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old. or new
buildi ngs. So anlder used fastened securely with
out capusnre to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United Stales, can be applied by any one with
Tiiiuury mechanical (kill. Orners promptly filled.
OALDWFXu A Ci,
iyl(t-tf - , - 13J t est Second at re"t,
' J. J. BlTLElt'S v : :
Excelsior Tlnid Inks
Manufactory. 39 Vine St. H
SEWING MACHINES.
$30. a $30. $30.
l- ,Tbirty-l)ollay PouUo Xock-Stitcli
FillYSETOGMfllKES
' SECURED BT RECENT LETTERS PATEST.
THIS flTACniNB HAS BEEN PBO
JiOUNCED by all competent Jwiurs. who
have seen it, to be tile best and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machino evor introduced, regardless
of price. It will sew all kinda bf family goods,
from the very thickest to thevery tiiiost fabrics tuadu,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
No oil la naed en top of the Machine.
: Seud lors circular, or call and see it in operation.
TJpon early application, State and County Bights may
beseenrea. 1 . , ' '
An euergetlo person can make a Fortune In a short
time. Agent wanted In nil unsold territory.
. . II. C. IMHtTJIAV,
Be le and exclusive agent for the United States,
" aepHfmf . US West Fonr lli-street, Cincinnati.
rLBMOVAI.. ;
G.CKNIFFEJt&Co.
UMALIBS IS
LADD, WEDSTEH CO.'S
' ; I i -. (Utt Html, Wobster Co.,) ;
SEWING MACHINES,
No. 6 Fourtlt-street, Cincinnati.
On the 1st of October o will remove to
No. 80 "West Fourth-street,
' GAZETTE BUIIjDING.
sepia)
'SLQAT&CO.
SEWING MICniNBS,
CTITCHINa ; THE ;;SAME ON
SM
OOTH
tides, leaving no ridge or chain, and impossible
to ravel. For speed, acciracy or ease of motion, the
Elliptic Jlacbino ; without a rival, -
Cincinnati, Office S3 West Jfonrth street. '
.-ri'"' '..eepaV" :''
i KEIsSEY, & CO.'S
SEWING-MACIIISBS
; 1 Office 30 West Fourth etreet, ' '
;oai " li. CINCINNATI. !. ' i ! ;;
:W. ..if' .-I -..vj'.-tt ' .'- ... f.;,..i (".;; ;
WB'l.A8K'0F"''A-'Dii30MjiINATINq
publlo. In pursuit of a rellablo 8ewliig-Mn.
chine, tlio most rigid compnrlijon of the merits of
theseMachineswItTi all others in the market. We
court it, being sure It will result in our favor. ,
; , , I). VY. HARRINGTON A CO., "
' au30. - - r , .n. Ageuta.
PCEB'S' ;SEWIN6l' ; mCHINES.
Vices Reduttd to 950, 975, tjllO and $135.
.' , -.( I., - , . r ..' - ."
. Singer's New Family Hewing Machine,
The price of which Is only 8-50, is a light and ok. tart
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, in the
host style, all the sewing of a private family. . .
Singer's Transverse fhuttle Mnehlne, '
To he moM at W.f. is a Machine entirely new in its ar-
rangemeuttit is very lienutlful, move rapidly aud.
very eaaiiy, auu, lor miuujr um mu ui. ujnuuiwj
tnrlng purposes, is the very best and cheapest Ma
chins rer offered to the public ' ;-'
Singer's No. I Standnrd Shuttle Maohinei'
Formerly sold at IISS, bnt now reduced to SU0, Is
known all over the world, Evory sort of work can
be done with It. ; ;T . ..
Singer's No. 9 Standnrd Stiuttle Jlnchlne,
' This Is tht favorite manufacturing Machine every,
whero Price, with table complete, 13V - -WBend
for a Clroular. .'-.'rfsvc
JAMES8KARDON,
.. lvM tt.it l. AgontfbrJ. M.Blngot AOo. j
. i si v J m ,, NOi g Ba9t Follr,h rtreee,
"Jeli-f " ' ' oiHOlIfHATI, OHIO
FKONT-STEEET FACTORY
f 'i.t!f...-j ABB 'if' l,wi, - il'
: LUMBER DEPOT,
No. 1M East Front Street, bet. Pike and Eutle'r-st's,
Si)iitli-slde. . .
HAVING PITTED UP THE PREMISES
with the most Improved kind of mnchinery, J
am prepared to furnish, at short notice, ail kinds of
Bouse and Steamboat, Carpenter aud Joiner work.
Hash, Blinds, Doors, Frames and Moldings, of all
descriptions.' Steamboat Lumber, Weather-board-Bg.
Shingles, Sidiug, IV looriug, dto., kept constantly
on band. Particular attention paid to planing, rip
ping and scroll sawlug. Heavy framing lumber can
be planed and trued to feot long, and 3d inches wide.
Persons about to build, will flud it to, their advan
togotogtvemeacall. ,- , - WMrJOrjKS,
sa!f.bai vi'ic ,1 ii'.w ;,.-r Proprietor:
Fall and .Winter,, Boots ,,aad. Shoes.
JOHN H; DETERS,
" . No. 53 West Vourth-street, ' ' '
HAS NOW IN STORE A LARGE AND
complete Stock of Fall arid Winter Boots and
Shoes, whtcb for extent and variety Is not surpassed.
His work is superior to any kept In the city, and Is
sold very cheap for cash. aopjl
Mayor's Proclamation.
" Matob's OrnoB, Citt or Cikcinnati. 1 .
September 20, 189.
IN PURSUANCE OF' A RESOLUTION
adopted by tho City Conncll on the 7th Inst., no
tice 1 hereby given to the el ctorsof the city of Cin
cinnati, that an election will be hold on the lltli day
of October next, (second Tuesday) for tho purpiis of
electing two Magistrates to nil tho phuesof F. B,
Bowekatnp, sq., and David Potior, Y."n., whose
term of olflce oxiures on the 9th of December, If.W.
The Polls will he held at the placesnf holding Stnte
Elections, and opened between the hoars of 6 and 7
o'clock ia the morning, and closed at 6 o'clock in th
evening.
. Given under my hand and the Corporate
jmi 1 Seal of said City, this 36th day of Septeinbor.
I""'jl8.'.9. . . B. M. BISHOP,
W-1 sep-f 1 ' Mayor.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
to deliver in Cincinnati, In any qantltles,
LIMESTONE of the best Quality, from two inches
to two feet thick. We have the . .
lSeot Limestone luarries
In the West, and will make It to tho interost of
parties using Uurb-stono, Flag-stone, Cross, Walk
andGuttor-stone, Caps and Sills, Vater Table, Uange
atono, Mouument Bates, do., to correspond with us
and learn our prices. RUCKRIl, OCNLAP Sc CO.,
, eeplfihw Oreenllcld. Highland County, Ohio,
' HENRY DAVID, -.'
NO. 278 MAIN STREET, BETWEEN
SIXTH AND SEVENTH, Manufacturer and
Importer of Soaps, Perfumery and Fancy Goodn, has
Inst received, per steamer, a lot of Porte Monuiaos,
Cigar Oases, Brushes, Combs, Perfumory, Beef Mar
row and Fancy Goods of all deseriptl.ns; also acorn
fdeteastortuient of Handkerchief Extracts, which
to is prepared to sell ata figure loworthan any other
dealerln the city. Also, received this day from Now
York, a large lot of David's Bine and Black Writing
aud Marking Ink which the subscriber will be able
to sell at manufacturer's prices. Jobbers and re
taller will please call In and" examine Ut'om pur
chasing elsewhere. i
Ail kindsof Extract at , .
I Remember th place, - " ... h
2,19 Maln-trU, Bet. Sixth and Seveutu,
i Qas Fixtures,
AT, ItEDrCClt PRICES.
WE IIAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best selected- assortment of Oas
Fixtures in Cincinnati, consisting of all that is new
or desirable lu the Una Fixture line.
. We warrant every Fixrnre we sell to bo enual both
in material and Unlsh, to any that isaoldin thlso
any other mark"!, anil in addition will auaraut.
them to retain their color and renuiln perfect furtive
years irom mo time inoy are put up uy u, ,
Vail, tco. and examine our stock,
McllENH? b CARSON.
JsrZl-cro ' ICS Main stn et. near Fourth
JC1ISE WINES, BRANDIKS, Ac JOHN
m? BATKS has on hand an exlenalvn stock of fine
Sherry, Port, Mnderln, Claret, iftnmpagne and Ca
lawh Wines. Also, fine Braudle.. Janinica Bum,
Holland (sin and etlur Liquors, which he warrants
n ne nnu ni t uu nest quality, i or sale, a anon in i nea
lor ISuiWliig, Sycamore-street. sepia
INSURANeE.--
ST ATE AT7-TH0RITY.
BY
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
BIyAimT!fvpt.1il1xhfidlnfHiHn-iiLtf In VWJ.t 'nn.
todatlng all nresent local Insurance 60 in pa tiles and
Agencies iu the Insurance busiuwsiu tills cltr. ;i;
years constant duty here, combined with wealth, ox
perienoe, enterprise and liberality, especially 00m
mond the JiTNA Insurance Company to tho favora
ble patronave of this community standing solitary
and alone the sole survivor Rnd living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriter of lS'iS.
Lossus paid In Cinnlnnnlf darlnsr past Five
. Veoj'., I5ti,03 I'JJ.;
OashCapitalSl.000,000.
IABSOL0TB AHD UNIMPA1BSD.1 - WITH A
SURPLUS OF 91,030,4?:! 80.
And the preetigo of to years success and oxportonoe.
I!fVB8TMEltTB OJ-
Over $109,000 Id Ohio Securities.
UP iVA lllitt OF 91'J,000,000, LOSSES
Have been paid bv the Etna Insurance Company in
tlio post 4 H years. .
Fire end InlnndNnvigntton.-Ititiks accepted
at terms consletout with solvency and tnir pmuts.
Kspecial attention given to Inaiuauce tif Dwelliuu
anu tiontents, lor terms ot 1 ton,. s.
Application made to any duly ntliorlwi Agent
riroiuptly nttended to. By strict attention to a lgit
mate Insurance business, this Company is enabled
tooflcrbotbindomnlty for the past and sccuiUyfor
thofuture. PoHrleslssnedwithoutdelay hy
JAS. II. CARTER, Agent, No. 40 Maluitreet,
A. F. PATCH. Assistant Agont. -H.
K. LINDSEY, AgMit 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOK. KM, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward. an
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Important linproveiaicjit!
' WELLSMp'iTENT
FOLDING SP11IAG M.MESS
WBiaHS ONLY 3 LBSI MANUFAOTUBED,
WHOLES ALB AND RETAIL! BY
. :--.iV.:. r . . BESXETT & CO.,
Jr!l-ani Bvcamornitreet, LelowFifthu
mm
: .-ii i
vHi .;nir-:
mm
liP
si-:1 v: !'; j ;i;'!
'-' :!-)".'. Ij.'- :t '. : '
THEMOSTRELIAnLEFinfc.VSD
BTJHflLAR PROOF SAFES. They have given
more antiHfaction than anv other now In use.
WeofTerareward of ONE TIIOCSANO DOT
I.ABS to any person that rati, up to'iho present
time, shows flliiRle instance whoreiu they have failed
to preserve their contents. , . ..
With this SAFE we challenge all competition, as.
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
anil Burglar Proof now uiado; and are willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, and the
par' y railing nrst, to lonoit to tno otner, ine sum
of 32,000.
We
'eare vrenared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer iu the United
Slates. .' ..: , . ;..!:
kierond.hand Safes of other makers, also' on hand.
. Wo respectfully invite tho public to call aml cxaia
ine our stock colore rurcnasing emewnore.
HALL. CARROLL & CO,
sjigH-ayf Nos. jftan 17 East Columhln street,
v
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
. affl. .1 WI mt mm . . tf
vjioiera,' jjuious unoiio, antt
ILL PAEVS Df THE STOMACH i. BOffiaii
,. Made by CEO. S. LIGHT, .
WHOIiSAJJS DRUGGIST, CINCIMiATI,
FOR SALE BY JOHN D. PARK; SCIRE, KUK
BT1NB k CO., and Drngglate Kenerally. Order left
at Williamson t Huritu), lo. 11 Walunt street
will bo attended to. .' , r ulMugyJ
' GLASGOW AND NEW YORK - '
15TE AM SHIP COMPANY,
STlAii TO GLASG0 1, .LIVERPOOL, EKLFAST,
, DUBLIN AN LONDONDEBBY i ?"
,. , ; fob ao. ,, ;
ttosmvroii,
gldHBOW, Thomson, Wednesd ay. Auff. StiOt 12 noon
tlinburgh,Cummrog.,Wednaay,Junel, " . ,
fjlusgow, Thomson..,,.. ' -" . . July 6, ' , ,
Edlnburgh,Cumniing.. " July27,
raosi OLAsaow.
Edinburgh, Cnmmin...Hatnrday, May 7. ' ' ' '
dJInaatow, Tliomeon... Wednesday, July 37, ' '
Cnmming.., . " . July 2.
Bates of Passage from New York, Ph iladelphla or
Boston, to Glaswow, Llvernool. Bulfast. DuLlin or
an abundance of properly-cooked provisions, $30.
an expor lonceu surgeon attacnea io eacn steamer.
No charge for medicines. ...
For 1 relgut er rassage, apply to
qpa7 BOBBBT (IRA 10. IT Broadway.
Hi X. L.
XJ S T A. 3D .
AFTER MANY TEARS OF PRACTICAL
experience in the srt of Mnstard-makintr. the
proprietor! offer the abovo brand of Mustard to the
Jul bt to, guaranteeing tt a strictly pure article, mauu
nctnrca from the best quality of seed, carefullv ae.
looteu witn tusuesignoi producing a Mustard SUFK.
RIOB IN FLAVOR AND PUNGENCY TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We have no hesitation Iu saying
that all lovers of good Mustard will find the I. X. L.
to be that which they so frequently fail to obtain,
MUSTARD THAT IS MUSTARD.
OTTOrders promptly filled.
HARRISON ft WILSON,
jeli ' ; 9il nnd IOI Wnlnnt-arrtct.
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
rjlTITfi MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO TUB
-IB. pu bhc as one of the best, tf nol the very boat mod.
leiue that has ever boon Invented tir Diahiiiira, Ivs-
stNvr.av, (Jiioi.kra 1NVANTUM, anu an otner aerniige
mnnts of the Rttiiuiich and DiBoatlvs Organs, which
am so pre ralant and fatal in our country corrects
tu of rsi feu oonuuiun 01 1110 uivor: aiuivs aervous
1 U s, such as Is caused bv Teething. gives
bi ess. joalthy action to the bowola, and withal. Is
IM u.n, 'm tike. . iyz3-cmt
Money! Money! Money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Removed from 36 West Wxth.ntrect.
11'0NEY LOANEDN WATOUHS, JEW-
rnttfl of lutr.'Rt, at Ho. J7J Viue-itrwt, iwtwn
sr xt. a ml Tlff-K 911
g VUTIU U - - - -
Composition Roofing.
THE andertigntd is prepared to pat on
Composition iloof of the best uuallty at short
no'blre. ,
(iDloe lii J A B. Bruce'i Carriage Repository, oor
ner Third aud Vino, :
T Bsonng nialerlal conatastly on hand, and for
ssl. ' OvZ7-Sm , J. U. NOBLE.
nr nt TuruTjxiT T e, rr
X.X. VXX-U.JL iJOUXJU Vb W.
TmJt ANUFACTTJRERS OP-BAR, SHEET
lvs and Bollerlron, Plow Blabs, Railroad Spikes
Etc Also, Agents for the sale of lronton Star Nulls
Wareroonts No. ID Eait Second Street, Olnolnnat
W All kinds Iron made to order.
105
J. T. DROWNE&CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OP JBWELRY,
row wholesale estalillshment, t7 West Third
street, between Walnnt and Vine, (room No. 4,
stairs.) Olnoiiioatl. b'act.ury st Providence, Rhode
Island Now styles received weekly. seplMsn
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
FOUlfDftY, U. ALLISON, Superjntsndsnt.
PrintlngMtterittli ofall kinds. Kit Yin street.
RAILROADS.
JUNE 20. 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
FOUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE TUB
Sixth-street Depot.
Trains run through to Indianapolis, Lima, San
dusky and Clevefand without chango of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North,
ern and Horth-weatern cities.
i A. 1H. EXPRESS TRAIN rOoltimhimtlmi,.
which is seven minutes fastor thau Olnclunatl) For
Cleveland and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close
connection at urestime ,ior ririsourar, uaitimore,
rniiaueipnia ana new iors; anu at utereiinu lor
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston aud Now York. Ako,con.
neeta At Dftvton with Davton and Michisaii Buad for
Troy, Plqna, Sidney, Limn, Toledo, Detroit. Fort
Waynennd Ohicago, reaching Toledo atJ SO, Detroit
at :s and Chicane at P. il ., Qnlnry and Galena
ei7 A. Ji. Also, at fsyron wnn vnieuviiiosuajiiiami
Road, for Greenville Uuion, Winchester and Mun.
cie. Also, conuects at Richmond with Indiana Ceo.
tral Koiul.lcir Indianapolis, baieyette, unicago. rerre
naute, bt. Xiouis, naa ail western oiiiss. aim, as
Richmond with Ciuuinnatl and Chicago Bead, for
Anderson, Kokonio aud Pom. Also, connects with
Junction ltallrond at Hamilton for Oxford.
A. 91. MAIL TRAIN For Dayton, Spring
fit Id and Sandusky Connects at Sandusky with
ST ISAM ER for DETROIT; at CUUANAfor COLUM
BUS; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wuyneaud Chi
cago Road, Ksst and West; at Clyde with O. snd To.
lr Jo ltod for uleveLnd and Uulftlo. IVilcdo. Detroit
nni oiiicRjro. This train also connects at DELA
WARUwith the C, o. A 0. Road for Cleveland aud
points Ent; alsoconnecta atUamlltonwith Juacti.a
Railroad for Oxford.
4t0 P. M. TRAIN For Dayton.' Springfield
and Sandusky Conuects at Forest with Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne and Chicago Bind, Kant and West: at
Clyde with O.atid Toledo Road for Cleveland ng Buf
falo, Toledo, Dotrott andChleiigo. Also, connects at
Rlrhniond for ludiauapolis, Terre Haute, St. Louis
anil Chicago, Also, connect with Junotlon Railroad
at Itnnillton irtxfon!.
I 'i P. M. TltAlN-ForDayton;Troy,Piqus',Sid.
nwy, Lima, Toledo, Iictlolt, Fort Wayus and dill
caeojj! reaching Chicago at 8 A. M.
1!?- Tlio 6 and 8 A. 31. train connect at Clsvelaad
With steamers for Bulfalo.
Forfurthor information and Tickets, apply at rhs
Ticket olfices-north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No, lf.9 Walaut-atieet, near (libsoti Hsnse; at
the now Ticket Office, 01 the west side cf V ins-street,
between Postofflce and Burnet House; at the Wlnu
Street House, or at the Sixth -street Depot.
aulS D. MoLABKN. Superintendent.
RAILROAD COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains T3aily'.
THREE THROUGia EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train So. 1 EipiMS.at A.M., connects vis
Ooluin bus and ClSvelanrt , VI t'olnmbus. CnBStline aud
Pittsburgh, via Columbuj, Steuhenvllle and. Pitts
burgh, DetroitvtaCleveta jJand steamer. This Train
stops, botwoon Cincinnati and Coluiubns, at Love
land, Deortield, Morrow, Xenla, Cedarville, South
Charleston, London and west Jenerson. ' v ''
Second Train No. 2 Express, at 8:30 A. M ,,'connccts
via Columbus, Bellnlr and Bonwood; Wheeling: vis
Columbus, Btouheuvllloand Plltsburg: vlaOolumbu.
Crestline and 1'ittaburc; via Columbus nutt Cleve.
Innd; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: White Sul.
phur Station, via Springflold. This Train stops be
tween Cinclniiatl and Columbus, at Plalnville, Mfl
ford, Mlamiville, Loveland. Doorneld, Morrow, Cor.
win, Spring Valley, Xeniannd London. "
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:10 F. U tor
Columbus and Springfield.
, Fonrth Train Nicht Express, at IhlO'P; M.; con
neota vlaColuuibus.Bellair and Benwood; Wheelings'
via Columbus, Stetibonville and I'iUsbnrK; via Co
lumbus, Crestline and I'ittsbure: viaColiinitois and
Oleveland, This trnln stops at Lovwland,' Morrow,
Corwlu,XenlaaudLoudou.. SLEEPUiQ OARS ON
THI3 TRAIN. "
No. 1 Express, through to Cloveload without change
'efcom.
No,2Expr8sjhronahto "I'beollnjwlthont change
of cars. " "
The NIGHT EX PRESS Xrain leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P.M., runs daily, exoept SATflltDAYS. Th
ether Trains run dully, excont SUNDAYS.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos
ton, New York, Philadelphia llaltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Ihinkirk, Olevoland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply nt the OIHix'h, Walnut Street Houso, Ko. 1 Bur
net Home, south-east ci'rnir ot Broadway and Frost
streots, and at the Kasturn Depnt. .
Tralusrun by Coiumbus time, which Is soren min
ntos falter than Cincinnati thus, ,
. J. DCBAKD, Sup't.
' Omnibuses call for patsongor by leaving direction
at the Ticket Offices. - . aiyl7
AND XENIA RAILROAD. HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
0fy Oh Vhangt of Urn Mxohm Oiminnati
i. r.'c f..;ii. and Chicnrm. : f ,'i
' Thrsd PavsengerTralnsloayeCliiclnnatldany.froal
the root of Mill and Front atreots. .
ft; JO A. U. Chicago Mall arrives at Indianapolis at
10:3(1 A. M.j ChienKO at 7:25 1 M. This tiWn con.
nectswllh alt night trntnaontof Chicago, for th
West and North-wost. -t
18:b0 M. Terre Hante aiidLrtyrayotle Arcomraoday
Hon arrives at Indianapolis, nt H:M P. M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Torre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis and Lalnyelte trains for
Decatur, Sprlngtteld,. Naples, Ouincy, Bannibnland
St. Joeoph; also with Poru traius for Peru, Ft,Wayne
and Toledo.
(Iron P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at lv:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:10 A.M. Making close
connections at Chicago with al 1 morning trains out
of Chicago. This train conuects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute trains for all points West and
Northwest.
1 Sleeping cars aro attached tc all the night trains
on this hue, and run thipugh to Chicago without
change of cars. '-.''
This Is exclusively a Western and North-westorn
rente, and with favernhlo and reliable arrangements
with all connective; roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusnal care and the amplest so
oommodations to the patrons ot this line.
afar Be sure yon are In the right ticket office before
yes pwroha yotur tickets, and ask. for tickets via
Lnwrenceburg and Indianapolis,
Fare tho .iio na by any other route. Baggage
ohecked through.
THROUGH TICKET8, good until used, can be ob
tnlned at the ticket offices, at Spencer II ease Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Frout; No. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at tho Walunt-strtiot House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary Information may be had.
Oninlbuases run to and from laoh train, and w
call fot passengers at all hotels and all perls of the
olty, bj leaving address at olthev office.
,. ' . W. H. L. NOBIX.
mylO 1 '" - Qonoral Ticket Agent.
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS. Cincinnati, Richmond &
rTCw-JuirY'--r'
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
... ."mrr'ifnwc mam
Great TJLT'owprh Rotate for
INDIAN A POLlSr
- IERRE HAUTB,
ST. LOUIS, .... R
,
'.. lAFAYEtTlt. - - i "' 3
CHICAGO, "
I ' LOGANfiPOBT, 1 -!
: PERU,
FORT WAYNIJ.
TWO DAILY THROIT01ITBAIN8 leaveSIxth street
, Dopot.ataA.lTBndtijnP.lH.-
A. M. INDIANAPOLIS, 81. LOUIB OHIO A
00 VAST EXFBESrJ.-Throughdlrect.mnklngcloae
connections for all other Westeruand North.w estern
aoiuta.-. This Truln else oonneolsat Blchmosil with
Cincinnati and Chicago Bonds, for Anderson, Xoka.
m, Logonsporl, sua all points on Wabash Valley
JoFI.-iNniANAPOLiS. CHlOAQO 4 ST.
LOUIS NIGHT EXPRESS. The above 'trains make
olose connections at Indianapolis, Lafayetteand Chi
cago, with Trains for Torro Haute, Springfield, Uock
Island, Gnlesbnrg, Kenosha, La (VosBe, Jacksonville,
tiahviDe.Ilnrliiigton, Milwaukee, JItfch.'Napl(,
Galena. Qulncy, Prairie dn Ohisn, Psnoy Peoria,
Dnnloith, llacin, Decatnr, Bloomlngton, Jollet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
west. " " "
ssrTh rough Tloket given and Baggage ohecked
through.
. For further Information and Through 'tickets, ap.
ply to Ticket Ofllcos. noi th-eaet corner ol Front and
Broadway; No. 169 Walnut street, near Fonrth; at
sosth-enst corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
thsBlxth-street Depot. . ! . . i.
D. M. MOBBOW, innclntendcnt.
Omnibus will call for pasaeng vt p. feuvlng their
names st either of th Ticket vn w.
188 ,..;t, ) .
a
1
up
O ANDY 1 OANDY
'ri,: CBooceieiw to Irm A Oo.)
C;' its UiMs ' " .
Mtutthtetureri tad .WbglmleBealerf
FINK AND PLAIN CANDIED,
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
tnylT
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THE SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DljUCASES OF
WOMEN, and such Chronlo complaints ai may b
benefitted by the Bygyonio and Atmopathlo srstem
of his office. - -
Vapor, Bulphnr, Iodlno, Arsenic,' Maronry, Tnr.
klsb, Bosalan and,. Electro-Qhemloal Bathi, a DIs
pensaryof Medlclno, and every manner of Electrl
and Magustlo Apparatai.
. , " NO, WEST BIXTH-ITBKST.
WTeSo rs 9 A, M, t I P, M, mlMff

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