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THBPEBSS.
OF KICK, 11 WKST KOCRTII-BTRRKT.
MONDAY..,
OCTOBER 10
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
NNNY PRESS ONE WEEK;
Advertised Letters.
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN
the Cincinnati Poet-office Saturday Kvikino,
(VImIm-cR. lr,'L
IW All letters adveitlsert are subject to an extra
eoariroot one coin. rersons caning lor mem win picu i
comepre pared with the necessary change.
tr Persons calling for these letters will please say
..... I 1 ... :. ... I Antn Af lint.
MicToin HuvnniKui miu uuiuurr chum '--
S)T The office will openai'ii A.M., and close at 8
r. in, eunuays uiuce will cuen irom iwi
ir"Th ll.f lw.ln- u ma nn wrr RaLunlav even
ln. between 3 and 4 o'clock, and embraces all the uncalled-for
letters of that week. .
ZTOn Hatnnlav the niiice Is closed from S to 4
o'clock P. M. for the purpose of preparln the Letter
No. 41.—October 8, 1859.
LADIES' LIST.
A
Abbott Miss El lea
Ange Mi's Ellaa
Avery Miss Uattle
Allen Mrs Mary
Augburn Mi 8 Sarah
B
Dordwell Mrs Annie
Boekus Miss Elisa
Boner Miss Fanny
Boner Elizabeth
Bowen Mrs Mary
Bergen Margaret
Buller Miss Lizzie
Baker Miss M
Brand Miss T
Burns iionorah
Brown Mrs Deify
C
Callahan Mrs A
Armlngton Aurella B
AMI Miss France
Anderson Miss Klaa
Allison Mrs Mary
Adams Miss Lydla
Buyer Miss Angelino
Burns Mrs Fanny
Bulflnston .Miss iiugene
Uassctt Mrs Frances H
Burns Hannah
Bailey Mrs Mary 8
Boyle Miss Mary
Burnle Miss Kate
Hums Miss Rose
Bode Mrs Sallle
Brown Miss Jennie II
Cronln Miss Catherine
Coleman Mrs Diana
Casteel Mary Jane
Colib Mrs l.iizie
Crane Miss Mary L
Comerford Mary
Cameron Sarah Jane
Costcgan Mrs Wm
Davis Miss Emma
DmielMrsK
Dille Kannie
Douglas Mrs Matilda
Damarin Miss Mary 13
Dale Mrs W H
Cooper Mrs J v
CarnenterMrs JB
Cutler Mrs Martha B
Campbell Mrs Maria N
CartwrlghtMolly T
Corrl Mrs Susan
D
Daley Miss Ellen
Drake Mrs Francis A
Dnvant Mrs Martha
P'xon Mrs Martha J
Duncan Mrs Mary
Ksta Miss Llnio
Wmpson Nancy
Kgan Mrs Sanford
Eirhart Mrs Sarah
F
Flanagan Mrs Julia Ann
Foote Mrs Alibi)
Foster Mrs Bllia
FishwIckMlssE
Fisher Miss Molllo J
Edmonson Miss Louisa
Kills Mary A
Unos Nancy
Edmiston MrsWmP
FlickingorMrsAM
Fellows Miss Carrie K
Finney Caroline
Forister Mrs Elisabeth
Finney Mrs Elizabeth
FridgerMrsLida
tfarrotte Mrs Louisa '
Fay Mrs Marv
Force Mrs Ilachael M
Frc&bord Mary A
Fits Mrs Mary A
Fisher Miss Rosa J
- Fletcher Miss KUen
Fareaw Mrs Nancy
FraserUra
G
(Haas Mrs Caroline
riynu Sarah Ann
flovsiu MrsClvsianls
iilison Mrs Eliialieth 3
(Inlay Miss ZareldaG
Owllllnms Miss Eliza
Gray Miss Isa K i
uraiiaiu Liitie 8
uay airs narye
unmcs miss Kcoccca
II
Hardlc Miss Annie Horner Miss Alice
llardestv Miss Anna M Hnrd ("latherine
Henderson MissElizabcth Hornsby Mr Elizabeth
Halley Mrs II II
Haakins Mrs Jennie II
Hart Julia
Hall Mrs Alary
Hayes Mi's Kate
Hastings Miss Mary
Hunter Mrs Mollie
Hudson Mrs P A
Harrison Mrs Sarah
Hunt Mrs Virginias
and J
Jones Esther T
Isler Miss Kate 2
Jones Miss Laura
Miner Miss Lottie
Ilarey Margaret
llohncsMrs Mary E
llnucvman Mrs Mary
Hunter Mi8 I'hoeneO
Harrison Mrs William
.
Jacobs MiasE
Jenkins Miss Eugenia
.i neuron alias cue a
Jones Mrs Lucretia
K
King Hersa
Kemper Miss Martha F
Kinard Mrs Lucinda
Keller Miss R M
Kcofe Miss Bridget
KautTman Mrs lienrv
Keating Jirs raary
Kerr
.miss .imry
Kinney Miss Susan
Mioyil Miss
Lcaeli Miss Adie
Ludlow Mi's E A
Love Mrs Synthia Ann
Lacey Miss Anna
Lacey Mrs K
Leacn Mrs Lucinda
Leathers Miss Sallie
Mftos
McDonnngh Mrs Mary McKee Miss Bella
McCarthy Miss Mary McOarthy Mrs Ellen
.McKee Mlsa A A McMann Miss Helen
McUormick Airs William McDowell Mrs Eliza J
Mctllll Mrs Lizzie
Mackert Miss Caroline
MullerMrsB
Mnrang MIssEmellnc
Vack Elizabeth
.Martin Mrs Harriet B
Mitchell Mrs Mary J
.Massa Mrs Mary F
lartin Miss Mary
-Maguirc Mrs Kate
Mann Miss Amelia
Massey Miss Eliza
Mason Mrs D A i
Maginnis Mrs J L
Murray Mary M
Marshall Mrs Lucretia
Moore Mrs Mary A
Miller Mrs Martha Top
Midloy Mrs Susan
N
Newton Miss Charlotte I. Norton Mrs Cliloetha
Nelson Mrs Elisabeth
o
Ofdon Mrs
Otte Mrs Augnste
Oiplen Mrs Frederick
O'Neal Mrs Sarah
Owens Mrs Isabella
Olslaver Miss Maggie
P
Pierce Mrs a fl
l'arsons Mrs E A
Pollock Mrs Jane II
Pugh Mrs Mary
Price Mrs Mary K
l'lttinger Mrs Sarah
Pearce Mrs
I'reseott Miss Emma
Pierce MisOeorge
Pool Mrs Mary 11
Price Miss Marv Ann
i'lummer Mrs Sarah
Qainn Miss Margaret
It
Ramsey Mrs Eveline
Huberts Mrs
Kyan Mary E
Kobb Mrs
Reed Miss Elizabeth 2
Randall Miss E A
Richardson Miss Kate
Rogers Miss Kate
Rogers Mrs Samuel C
Richter Miss Susantli
Smiths
Smith Miss Annie
Smith Miss Maria P
Rlchanl8 Miss Clara
Ulcliley Amanda
Rico Miss Catharine
Itogers Bridget
llauiey Mrs A
Bice Mrs Elizabeth
Ross Miss Kate
Roberta Mrs Mollie
RaperMIss Synthelia
llowan Mrs Sarah
ftaithMra Eliza Jane
euiiio .miss JSicmaK
Smith Mrs Julia
S
PhawMiss Aj?nea2
Sheilrick MisVi Elizabeth
Fbeppard Miss Ellen A
Sheppard Miss Eliza
Scott Miss Harriets
Sullivan Miss Margaret
Sharpe Miss Mollie
Stuart Miss Margaret
Shipley Miss Lottie L
Hargent Miss Elizabeth M
Sullivan Miss Ellen
Southron Miss Oeorglana
Swaile Mrs Elizalieth
Seigel Miss Harriet
Spinning Mrs Martha
BhreveMiss Mary B
Seliastlan Miss Nannie
Smoke Mrs K
Samrmnn M( NpIIIa a
Binizcr Miss Sarah
Summers Miss Z
T
Talbott Mrs Bettie
Thorpe Mrs A V -
TosierMrs Anna A '
Trash Mrs Mary Jane
Taylor Mrs Louisa
Tweed Miss Mary F
Thompson Mrs usan
Templeton Mrs Julia
xnompson Mrs IS
Tate .Mrs Macirie E
TrottMrsRP
Terry Mrs Sarah
V
Vininff Mlm AiMIa
Vonderhade Mary Ann
Valentine Mrs Ann B
Vance Miss FTan
rietB
van uorn miss jcstucr
W
' i Watson Miss Ann.
Webster AS
Woodrun" Belle
Wilson Mrs Oeoll
Wiilner Miss Emma B
Wamlck Miss Ellen B
Wallace Mrs Isabella
Wobb Mrs Harry - ,
WelilinvMinaMJ
waiter Airs Anna B
Wetmore Mrs E P
Williams Mrs Eliza
Wheeler Miss II
Wheeler Mrs Jane
Wheeler Miss II
Williams Miss Maria
Wyiaer MissMary Ellen
ivatts mrs nary A a
Wormell Miss Lizzie A
Y
Young Mrs Francis L Youngblood Miss Eliza
YourtceMrsJSA Young Miss Lizlie
- - Young Mrs Sarah D
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
A
Ahelcs.Tonssey ft Ames 0 lark 1 2 Adams Chas W
Co AllertonK Arnold Fred N
Aduins David Able Ja
Bell ft Hughes 2 Boyle B
Balking Ado Iph Black Dy
Bernard (iff Battles Henry
Bannister JasQ BoyleJas
.Hartley J no . BrewBtorH&
lloynton N 83 Jennf.' M
Heans Michael .. Bird M
Hull 0 T ft Co Bliek R M
Brltow W II Bristow VV
lliilv Thna 1 IWrv Wm
Brltton Ben! W
Buckley tz Delano
ucrgman Jaoti
l! rod ley J
Bcigany Julius
Bumell Levi
Blake Lyman
Bnwers Philip
Blake W M C
Brunington Thos
Uosworth Thos BSBufflngtou Wm - Brownhlll Wm W
BartlettEdwlnS Baley
Browns'..
Brown Matthew; Brown Peter Brown J
. C
f)laC Cute AO CuppIes&Marston
r'i,T)an EdW'd uamey uennis uonewii
pl. SJ Carter David M Cochran Geo
r'S n?r i," It Chenoweth H Cavanaugh John
r stJact - f.llnoiL . 50iren II
Y. .TiTTh Chamberlain 1
Curtis N A
Coats Thomas
Crneoiivjr mghlln T 2 CarrollThos
Oliver Wm . kli ..Wm Cloosetl
,V, w fuuorrtwm
Crumley i . W OA " CookHT
ciokAS Cook.41"08 ColUnsJohn
, . : ' Tn,ii.''' Dubois Ceo W
Dterlu,ue Ar. nSlney i ' Ell,olt Daw,on ,M
.an, Worrto Co vcy Desmond John
Darey Henry n I Denver Jaa
Jlaton John W Dean J r ry w 0 3
iiavlne Patrick Dwenn V 8 - . "y. " u "
-arley Allen W Kill" ChasB I
mettJM. , . Elliott JasF
Ehlers Geo W
Evens Jumea 8
. Emery Nelson.
CkerosDuothe .
F
Feller M 2 Furst Abraham
Finley Ueorec J Fiuky Ed
Pranks I! U Fay Jiunrs
Fislier Iaao Foley James
Fuller William Vlsk IV
Fisher Alex
Kortiu Charles
Foster .lames D
I'ausbaw .1 It
Vmnk it r.
Fiudley Samuel Flj nn S A
Ford IVia 11
Cray & Co Orllier Charles flanlnerA
tlregg David Gallnwav Jno M i ttosser John J
(larraUJohnW Gray John YV (ladl Mathias
Graeie Pierce B Uilioore ltichanl Garwood Hlchanl
Gregg Robert Goode l'homas J Gill William
On. vcr Samuel Gllroy 'J'hom.is Graham William
Galloway Wm B Uurlry Cupt W II Garratt William
n
HorrisON nillAE Hagartv A
llellam AnibrosA Hammond AC Holt Alfred
milliard Rev A 0 HoJgklnson Geo Hummel David
Hines Edward HickleFO Hooker Frank
Huet Frank Henderson D 0 Hammoml Jos
Hicks UK 3 HenicalJohn Ilenning J
HickenilG llendyHAJ HopkinsJasE
Hewer John Henry James Hersum Isaac
Harringhiun Jos Hills John B Jlennesey Martin
Hewett Manlius Harper Micajah HukeyR
HagHoht Hoyo Patrick HaseltineBD
Hood Wm Hawkins Win T Huston Thos
Hascl Theodore Hypes Kev Wm L
Initials
Yeoman E M i. . . .Pub of the American Farmer. . , , A 11
J and I
Jacob Carl Jnmes D B Jewett D S
Jenkins II Irani B Jiffasjaroca Jewett J W
Jobes Melvin Joseph L 2 Ingraham R
Jamison Wm Jannink T W Jauiiink EllshR
JanninkHamilt'nJannlnk Ulram J ones J L
Jones James Jones J T Jones II W
Jones Robert Johnson Wm H 6 Johnson Wm
K
Kelley Patrick Kellcy Daniel F KelleyJohnB
King Thos KlngEr.ckiel KingDrJas
Kiser Christ .KableChasII2 Kett llaltliasor
Knowltnn C H Kesar Chas & Co Kendall Geo W
Keith Ishmael Kinsley John Kent John
Knapp Jacob Knight J D KelnarJW
Kennedy J M Knight Henry M KostDrJ
Keating John KildeaJohn Known Lewis
Kinsey Nnth'l oiler Leopold Kldd flobt
Kemper Wra II Kennedy W m M Kisch Sellm
Kitchell Wm M Kennedy WmN
L
Lloyd Alfred Lybrand Chas L 1 any AM
Lewis Connel Lewis 0 Lask B
Lowery Alex Light OeoS Lloyd Evan
LltemonnGco LyfonlF3 Llglo Jacob
Little Joseph Langd Henry P Leonard John
LorcllH 'Luckenngerll WLyslo John T
Leaverton Isaac Leech J 111 Lynch John W
Lewis J H Lewis II II Levy Naphtale 8
Lyon M W Light Peter Leneol Peter
Luck Thomas Lacker Wm Lee Wm
Lyon S Longworthy Wm Lord T W
iiane i nos r 3
M
Moore.T Charles Moore Joseph Moore T J
Mooro Thomas Moore William Moore J N
Moore Amos Morrison Jus B Morris J B 2
Morris C Morris John M. vis Charles
Miller John Martin DrWm Martin Nichols
Martin Brady MagorhanasAF MarmonBF
Mitten George A Metze George MichealsGeo W
MattackEP Meigs Eathan A Myers John
losesJob Mathias Jacob Molines Jacob
Melvin John Mickla John M Michel I John
MillichnmpJohn 8Mahie Colonel J Merrich II J
jiayeriiewis aiagers m a jiagnusii
Maeravl Patrick Marsliall Oliver Madison it A
MayhueS Megrue William Myers Samuel 0
.uann William lUisuer tvenuci Montague u
Macs
McCormlck nerlryMcClalu J W McComas H Q
mcu lOSKy iico .wi. uniocK J 11 .'icouum 11
.Mc01ungD W McKlttrick Edwd McKclvey Lyman
McLaneChas McMillan A McLear Thomsa
Mcl lovern John C McGraw W II McGee Thomas J
McDowell A P McVean Peter Midcary Henry
McDougall Hector McDonald John A McQovci 11 Mlchi;el
Mcllale Mr and Mrs
IS
Hegley A G Nell Chas B Niles Elon G
N'nri is Elias Korria David 3 Norman James
.Met!" Mater NauMicriens Northrop R B
NevisT 51 Noble Samuel Norman Wm
Nichols F L
o
Owen Araianias Orr Andrew Ocleton Chas
Oram J L Orlack Jacob O'llourkJohu
O'Donnelinugh O'Connor Hugh O'Swalt John
unay wm uriumicnaei
1
Parscll Benj S Pollock ColHn 0 Paster D G
Plummer Elien L Phipps Jnmes L Packcs John II
PfannesJ 1'lstnerJohn Pomeroy James
Pollock Josey Phflan John Pingear Jumes
Proliasco Henrv RPower Michael Purehaa Levi V
Pfrenjgle Mathias Pease Wm Popplewcll Saml
PoweflWmW Parker Zeblln 1'almerM
Pearce Thos D Pntterson Thos It Patterson S
Phillips Howard Phillips Alfred
It
IllleyTR Roberts Roberts Clias
Kogcrsjonn itooison s jones itoncrts Benjamin
RichanlsonWm H Hlce Stephen
ji'oejoim v
Hiiey jonn V ness uoxana
Roach Alva C RennclB Ohas
Ross J M
Reynolds Abra
ham S
Itoons, HerstlncSi
Co
Richenour JJr
Radigen Michiiel
Bobbins Cliandler Rule Chas
Recce George Root Major D
Reed Israel J Ryan James
Randall James L Rath Henry
Reed Ilenrv ltoone John T
Reagin Reason Ramsdell Oliver
nussei Kicnain
RoljertsonWm Royce Wesley 2 Randall Wm II,
Kobb 8 F Ruplec Sylvester M D
Won 8 T & t on Reeves John B
Smiths
Smith A Dow Smith Austin Smyth Douglas G
Smith Geo R Smith E A Smith E II
Smith Joseph Smith II Sc Co Smith John
Smith M L Smith Matthew C Smith Lyman II
Smith P K 2
S
Scott nugh Stewart Edward Stevenson II al
Stephens John W Stevens David Satsmann A
Swing A P Suttle Andrew Slirlver A K
Siper Andrew Swift Dyonisius ScgustGeoH
Seiner Geo P Sayer Daniel Swarts Dr D J
Sharp John G Swaney Jnmes SiannondsJJ
Swardner Capt J ScribnerJH Say re J 11
fltrcetcr J F Sumter Henry Shannon Joseph
Stockmann John Sayers John Shine John
Slater James H Sanders Hugh Simms Henry
Soden James Salone John Seaton Jeremiah
Swavne Cant Jno Simons Snm'l F Stark T L 2
Snider Thos Seahill Thus Stearns WmH
Stout 3 R Seward Lawrence Stratton Lorenzo
Sullivan Michael Seymour RW SommersP
Strawber R Shannon Roliert Socket W A
Swain Wm P Smarls Robert
Thomas Wm Thompson J M Taylor Si Fawlk
Taylor Ilowland Taylor Geo ucr
Taylor Thorp C B Thayer DavM
Thurston E M Tweed Evans Til ling David 3
ThomukinaJos A Tvler OnntJ L Turner John
Tomlfnson Jos M Titus Jos Thornton Jos
Trask Wm L Turner Thos Tarrell Thos B
Torrance Vinll
U. V. Y and Z
Usher JasF VlckersChas Valentine, Nlchol-
VickersChasL VautdinAue son St Co
Venn Henry VamerJasA Van De Water J
Van Busklrk W C Zook Ilenry K
W
Ward J F Walkor Jolin'M Walker T
WheclerGcoC White Pollan B Warren J A
Watson Jas WilliamsED Williiuns Nathan
W son James Wilson H If Wright W W
Wilson Frank Wilson Douglas Wilson TN
Wright 0 Wright 8 B Wason Clinton
WcldAlden WebberUhiaT WugonerE
Wood Darius Webster l 11 Weils Geo S
Waters G S St Co Whitworth John Warrlner J M
Whitehead J T Wolf John Wuterhousc Jas
Wallace Henry WalesJainesP Wansbroughll
Woods J U'ai hire 1 111 fh Wnnriville.1
Winston LW WoolIeyWdl Wlckinson S
Weeks TB WheelockT WarkThos
WaiePJ WareWmB
Pf" Drop letters are not advertised nnlessnrcnald two
GENTLEMEN'S LIST. JAS. J. FARAN. P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAININO IN COVINGTON POST-OFFICE
October 8, 185U:
Avcnbeck B Atkinson J Aboun Mrs S 8
Arthurs Miss R Adams Alias M 3 Ahmmi alius M O
Alexander A J Avard II rancis A Burns Thomru
u anchard Miss M Barr Robert Bradv Daniel
Blair M Berry Mrs Mary Byland M F
Beach Mr Beaman Wm H Butcher Mn
Blair H (J Brothers Miller Burns E
Blckham James Barr, McGrew ft Blan 0 M
Brandon Miss F Co Bowen N W
Culbertson J R Comings Thos Colins John W
Culliertson Mrs M ComutackMrflG Cartwright Mrs M
Church Miss Jane B A
Chelfaut Robert
Caulneld P P Cosleton C II
Coleman Jas W Coldwell Alex 2
Corcoran Jno Crawford Mrs K
Crawford Miss M Courtney II W
Creighton James Culbertson M
Sye Michael Dickey Alex
avldson MrsV L DUnmitt Miss J
Egelson Richard Ensign of the Ken-
Craut lienry
Cunigan Owen
carman wm U
CoruUi Mrs C
Dunn Robert 2
Davis John
KnenedWm
Frost J H 2 Feathcrly Mary ton Cadcla
rirzpaincE J una roster Ada rirsi N
rosteruA rinneeaiartua Freenjosenn
Fuller Philander Fleming Wm Galdon Richard
Gerhard Augusta Good poster L Gallaugh Mrs E
GarvesMaryF Groom J A Grisum Nancy
Hampton Eliza M llendrle Mary L Hlggins Catliarine
naysjonn lioimesuil liamisJUiiaA
HIcksAiin
Hunt Mrs P J
Holm Henry
James Henry R
Kunzig Frank
Kelly Jas B
Kentucky Loco
motive Works
Lewsader Thos
Lee Thomas
Lawry J W
Ih oms Wm
Maloney Jas
Murry Mrs 0 H
Morton Mary A
Fast Fannie .
iiene Frank
Halley Henry
Hesse A
Jukes Ellas
Kenan Aanes
Hazelwood Thus
Haiuison J H
Johnson Mrs L
Jones Victoria
Klncant Milton 8
Kellv Miss 11
Kynaston Ewd
Laden Miss Bella Livingston JasP
Lee Miss Ella Lett Rdward
Luton Mary Ann Lew s ')avid
Littlelleld 0 A 2 Lew s Morgan
Murphy Mrs Ed Malony Celia 3
Maloz Celia
Mercer Jus
Morgan Itich'd
Mulbsry Sam'l
Mays Ellen
Noe A K
Miller Louis n
Mar-hall Mrs AE
Nichols Wm
O'Neal John
Paradise John
Perrln Clark Jr
Prise Jiictrb
Porrin Mrs G R
Roes Thos
Heed Bandy
Saddridge lllen
Ross.LamptonStCo
StollFM
Salter It id in id
TullyMrs M
Thompson Mi)sB
Wilson John
Weyinanllyal
Westerly .1 B
Wagner Peter B
Walters Moses 2
Owen Wm
Pross Eliza
Puthoff Celemann Poe Bamuel T
Parker Sallie Perkins K
PutholTAgncs Phillips Ilenry
Raymond Wra H Robinson Jno
Riddle Jas W Kilcy Jno
Reynolds Maria Kedlngton Dan
Shrader Martha Sculley Thos
Stoddard FlorenceSimpson Mary
Shea Matthew Stewart Wm
Stratmann John Thomas Robert
T homas II Thomas Wm E
Wade Net He J Wolf David
White Mrs Wm Warty, Spauld'
Wolcy John B lug & Co 2
Weaver Geo WlllisWmG
Wilson Wm H White Wm fl
Whiiqlrer Cnn J T
W. D. HOLT, P. M., Covington, Ky.
At the Old Established Stand,
U iarn VTVlPTT TllJ"r If 1 IV 1 Hn D Vf T 1 KsT T 9.
I HAVE A LARGE AND DESIRABLE
stock of Hounehold nd Office Furniture, both
now and second band, consisting of fins bedsteads,
sofas and parlor chairs, Brussels and limniln carpxts,
oil. cloth, cntltarv. ute. A flno assortment of colla
tors, shelving, oftlce desks and stools, etc, Also, a
stock of billiard tables, pianos, extra marLla-top
couuiers;uu uuies on nana ana mr sain low.
seaWamt WM. CARTElt. PrODrlotor,
UsiflLLlAlU DlHNEV, ATTORNEY
ww" AT LAW, f has Bslldlngs, Ho. I East Third
itrsst, ... p-fcr
LIST OF LETTERS
TEMAININO IN THE POST-OFFICE
Alt at Newport, Ky., October S:
AckleyMrs Abbot Mrs E Bradley C P
llutler Joseph Jac Bennett Miss BaiU-y Sarah E
Bindley W J Bishop Miss Dell Barr Jtelwoca
Cordea lienry Cole Maria Cuppenlot John
ClmgnotMadA Davidson Eliza Deal I Jane
DalbertCluu Elms lienry Ewing Snrall
FJduiunson Wm C Eicher John Egan John
Eiulsnn Martha Elchelberger Jos E.Igor Mary
Ford Oweu Foster Eliza Franoon Madame
Gury Eliza Gray Rachel Girts NsnoyN
Glancy Lizzie Grahnm ltobt (lard Eliza
Oassaway Mary Hemphill F M Hay John
Ilarras Kettle Hall James Hunter Mary
Hardin Mrs Wm Howard James Hewell Elizabeth
Johnson Wrm .Timtipnlatz John Jolinflon lienrv
Kelly Mary Kipper J WO Kornmann Henry
Matiicwss A Mrs ienogiie bawrence aiariin jona
MoranDmiel Murphy Michael Monk John
Malthy E Jlalony Bridget Morgel John
NealRllas O'ilainH Powers Uahrlcl
Purse II B PnttecAlvIn Ross Simon 2
Rust Mary 0 Ryan John lilchanls James
RoliertsonJW Symnnds Jamct 0 Simmons D II
Simmons DG Theobald P Trim SambMIss
Wagner MnryA Wicker W Williamson Mrs
Walsh Patrlckl Wood Thomas WinterSuc Miss
Williams Martha Wedderstand Rose McNany Mary
Mcflragh Jnmes McDonald JlcUcaryJS
McDaiilcl Smith
S.&"Oflice open from nine till ten o'clock on Sunday,
J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
BUSINESS CARDS.
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MAISUFAUTUBEBS AN0 DEALERS IN
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ' ALIi
kinds of Mattresses and Boddlncr.at tlio old
stand, Mo. 136 Sjcamore-strect, east uldo, between
Fourth and Fifth-streets, seventh store above
Fourth-street, Church Pows lined and cnslilouod.
All ordors promptly attended to. ocl-cm
ANDERSON & HANNAFORD, ArcWtectj
Manchester Bnlldlng,
S W. corner Third nnd Sycamore Rtf
)yl CINCINNATI, 01110.
Madison House,
MAIN STREET,
BETWEEN FRONT AND SECOND, OIKOIRrTAfl.
F. P. CA1IILL, Proprietor,
JyHcm
Book Binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
Fourth-street, bitweon Main andrjycamore, Cin
cinniitl. Mflle-blndlng In every style. Music Books neat
ly and durably bound. U. CI10PPJCU.
' f jy29-6m1
D. DE FOREST,
Book lliudcr and Taper Ruler,
Third story Times Building, will do all work In hi
line with neatness and dispatch. jy28-lr
FULLAN & WILLIAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pnllan, Hatfield i Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS'
No. 83 WJSBT SECOND ST.,
oiitontniTi. .
jMtPH PUT.L&N, formerly of Pnllan, Hatfield Brown
WM.B. WH.UAMBOM. wr-AOW
THOS. H. WEASNEK,
DEAir.BiN all s;ixr,s or
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
SHINGLES, KTC, ETC.,
3T1 Plum Btrcct, Clnclnnuti, Ohio.
Jy-cm
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
ia-t MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, 0.
KITREDGE FOLSOM,
65 St. Charles street, New Orleans, La.,
Importer of Gunsifc Sporting ApynrntUM,
AND DEALERS IN OUS POWDKR. .
IEENDERT BVIi. JAMES TEBUY.
L. BYL & CO.,
CLEANERS OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. iw Sixth-street, between Vine and Race, in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may furor us with their patronage, can rely on punc
tuality and low prices acpl-ay
ENGRAVING,
14 WE!!lT FOl'HTII ST BEET".
DOOll PLATES, CARD CASKS, STATIONERY,
etc., etc., etc
DENTAL CARDS.
C. BONSAI.Ii. II- A. SMITH
BONSALL 8c SMITH,
DENTISTS,
No. US West Sixth-street,
CINCINNATI. . sepl-cm
J. TAFT,
(Snccossor to Knowlton Taft.)
DENTIST.
No. 3 West Fourth St., bet. Walnut Vine
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
soplU '
S. h. UaHliEH. B. B. SMITH,
Drs. HAMLEN & SMITH,
03ESW,X'X,s3,
No. 3 Went Faurtli 8U
173
DENT 1ST
Office No. 138 West Fourth street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO
H. S. WINSLOW,
DENTIST.
NO. 151 SYCA-OBB STREET, BULOW FIFTH
jy29-cm
OlNcrXNATT.
MEDICAL CARDS.
MfflWICAJi.
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 58 West Fourth
street, whore he may be consulted daliy for all
Female Complaints, Inllummation of the Cervix,
Prolapsus L'terea, all displacements of the Womb,
Spinal and Cerebral affections, and other organ lodls.
eases common to females. The Doctor's long expe
rience and recent discovery in the treatment of the
above diseases, can not fail to givoentire satisfaction,
The Doctor is agent for a Kuropoan Female monthly
Pill; price l and two stamps. anl0-3m
DRS. B. ElIRMAN & C. LEECH.
IlOMffiOPATIIISTS.
OFFICE NO. 4tt SEV-NT1I 8TKKET.
Office hours from A.M., I to 3, ant1 7 to 9, P.M.
jy29-cin
R. S. NEWTON, W. D.
03108, 90 West Seventh Street,
1TWH TIKI ARD KAOlL
80(1
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
OrnosNo. 90 West Seventh itroet, botweon Vin
and Itace. liESiDEKOE No. M Seventh street, be-
ween walnut ana vino, urric oubs Jfi to
P. M.t IKtntttP M.t 1 tos P. M.
JEWELRY.
II. P. KI.1AS'
- New Wholesale
WATCn& JBWBL11Y HOUSE
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can bs had every article appertaining to the
Enslness at a much less price, for CASD, than
baa ever before been offered in this market.
give us a Call
And see for yourselves. awi4
WM. WH I TAKER.
JKWEI.KK,
No. MX H. X. Cor. Fifth nnd iorlge streets, betwee
Walnut and Vine. Cincinnati.
ACOOdMsortmentofBILVKiUndl'LATBDWAlML
SPKCTAOLS, etc., kept constantly on band.
Special attention slven to Cleaning and Bepalrlng
nn,uuiw.uu..WRII7, - myill
BEG(;S Si SMITU, No. 6 West 4th St.
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their lares assortment of Watchee, Jewelry,
envoi -a.o.uu iauuvuui, ,
-MO
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Beta and Cutlery
and Opera Olawwfls. ir24
COAL OIL LAMPS. THE SUBSCRIBER
has just ri ceived, frr.m lioston, an entire new
assortment of Coal Oil Lamp and Improved burners,
provoiilinft the sinoko, ko much of an nnuoyiinco to
consuinei-s. Also, the best article of ilurniiift OH
rnr ouercu in inn niaiaei, n.'i lroniumnRnor sm.lt
(!. A. SMITH,
No. 1 Collmo Bnllilloir,
sp33-am Walnat-st., b.t. Fourth and -ll'tb. .
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
FOUIfDBlf, B. ALLISON, DaperinUndent.-
rriauug nai.ri.ti oi BiiHinJP. ie yineitreet.
SEWING MACHINES.
Ml, WBTIU CO.
A xm VICTORIOUS.
FIRST PREMIUM
Awarded ut the
PENNSYLVANIA STATE FAIR!
w
at our
X INVITE AN EXAMINATION OP
these popular SKWINO MACHINES,
NEW SALES-ROOM,
80 West Fourth-street,
, GAZETTE BUILDING,
oot CINCINNATI. tf
REMOVAL.
WILTSEE BROTHERS,
-BBALEKS IN-
- Y O U DNT G- S
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
835, 30 and $35.
No. 83 Fifth-street,
WILL BEMOVB. OOTOBEB I. TO
No. 0 West Fourth-street,
uvomeggss smith's.
WAgenta wanted. Address
' WILTSEE BROTH EltS, Aacnts,
ool P. O. Box 2,3iw, Cinclnimtl, O.
$-0. $30. $30. $30.
3VTOOFl'i3
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
BKCITRED UT mcnRNT T.itTTipna ditiiit
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
NOUNCED by all competent judces. who
have seen it. to bo the hel ami mnn ,i7rul,u
ily Bewing Machine evor introdnced, recnrdleiiH
,t nico, xi. wm bow an amen oi lamuy goods,
from tha vorv thleko.t in llmvitrw Antffll..i.. n.a,i
and nses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to ax). '
riv oil in uH-a on 101101 ine luachlna.
6onu lor a circular, or call mid see it in operation.
Upon early application, State and County Right) may
lie secured.
An ennrcpt in tv rutin run n.t. a rn-. ,n n . .
. . r - - -- y -'--" .u.-uilv iu a duui k
.hud, anuiiu waubuu in an uiisoiu Territory.
. . , , si. j. in ii'i'.ri,
8c le and exclusive agent for the United States,
scpHfmr S West Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
Sloat&Co.
sewim imnim.,
CTITCHING THE SAME ON BOTH
sidoa, loaviug no ridge or chain, and imposslhlo
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or eaao of motion, tho
Elliptic Machine is without a rival.
Cincinnati, Office 32 West Fourth etreet.
scp2S
KELSEY & CO.'S
SEWING-MACHINES
Offlce-30 West Fourth-street,
CINCINNATI.
W:
E ASK OF A DISCRIMINATING
nnhlfn. In nnrnnif Afn fnllul.ln U.,il.,n i
chine, tfj( most rigid comwirfson of tho meritit of
Uim-wnvuiurawiti oiauiii-iD 111 tllD IltttrK
court it. beiiiff fliiro it will rnsult in nnr favnr
iii-noirincuiuva vuu uiiuiiiurd in (lie marKet. We
1. W. HAKKInGTOIv A CO.,
an0 A flints.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prieet Seduced to 950, TS, CHOand $125.
Singer's New Family Sewing Machine.
The price of which is only Jflfl, is allsht andelocant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, iu tho
best style, all tha sewing of a private family.
Singer's Trnnsverae Shuttle Mnclilne,
To bo sold at S75, is a Machine ontirely new In its ar.
rangement; it la very beautiful, moves rapidly and
very easily, anu, tor lamuy use ana iigut manuinc
tnrlnK ntiranses. Is the very best and cheanoat Ma.
chine ever offered to the public
ginger's No. 1 Standard Shuttle Machine,
Formerly sold at 8I3A. bnt now reduced to 1110. la
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
Singer's No. 3 Standard Shuttle Mnclilne,
This Is th. favorite manufactnrinir MftchinAAvnrv.
where Price, with table complete,
WSend for a Circular.
JAMES SKARDON,
Agent for J. Iff. Singer & (Jo.
No. 8 Bunt Fourth street,
JoH-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Wt B. DODDS,
Formerly ot Hall.Dodda A Co.; late Urban.Dod it & Co,
W. B. Dotltls Co.,
KANcrAoius-Bs or TBI
OONORE3TB
Fire ami Burglar Prooi
23 L 27" 33 S S
8. W. Corner of Vine A Second Streets.
This la the most reliable FIRT5 AND HCRnr.A
PKU01' 8 APE that is made in the United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
can he found ele-ewhoro, . .
We have Urge assortment on hand, slid are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fall to please.
Old Sales
Takes In exchange. SECOND-HAND 8AXI8 al
ways on band at extremely low prices. WX
Gas -Fixtures.
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best selected assortment of Gas
Fixtures in Cincinnati, confuting of all that is new
or desirable in the Gas Fixture Una.
Wo warrant every Fixture we soil to be equal, both
In material and finish, to any that is sold In this o
any other market, and in addition will gnaranfi
them to retain their color and remain perfect for fire
years from the time they are put up by us.
Call, see, and examine our stock,
McHENRr ACAB80N.
jy21-cm 162 Main street, near Fourth
HOOFING! ROOFING!
THE "OUTCAI.T ELASTIC ME
TALLIC HOOFING" is offered to the public
as tha best and cheapest Metal Roof now mod. its
merits tested by an experience of years In this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder ased fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can unapplied by any one with
ordinary mechanical (kill. Orders promptly filled,
JUMf
,vauLili X Lll.
138 West Second street.
NOTICE.
MAYOR'S OFFICB, 1
Cincinnati, OctodkbI, ISi9.j
miTE OWNERS OP DRAYS, EXPRESS
JL Wagons and Fnrnitirro Cars are hereby noti
fied that their Hegisternf License for running the
same expired Ausnat MSM, and that all such own
ers arerwinlred to have the same immediately re
newed at this office.-. ... .
Also, tho proprietor of Omnibns lines are notlflcii
to renew their Ulter of Nnmbors, which exrlred
this daUi, as par City Ordinance.
oc4aw , It. M. -IHHOr. Mayor.
... J.J. MTLER'S
FiXcelsior Fluid ink.
Man -factory,- 39 Vine St. M
FAMILY SEWING 1IMI1S
INSURANCE.
BY STATE AUTHORITY
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
, W'Agi;tjreetablirjhei!in()inclnnaliln lS.2A.n
nxlatiiiff 011 Dresont locl Inaiimuca (kimni-nit-i nnd
Aouci8 iiithetimnrancebuBinesBlnthliicity. 33
j-ir.i;uvnKiiuiy nure, coniumta wnn wealtn.ex.
poneiicetviit?rprj(to ami libehUHy, eHpocially com-
lUUnil lllHTNA lniirnrA (Imiinunv ti llw,r,iVn.n
blo D&tntnilPfi nf thin r.itmnittkiilf lutiilinr at.lita-
And alone, the suto miryivor and liviug pioneer ot
viuviuunvi uuutrwriiriUIL9Vi
LtMsca pnld In riurliinnii diivteiff pant Five
I I'UM, ld1yv4
Cash Capital8Bl,000,000
ABSOLUTE A1JD UNI MPAlltKD.J WITH A
SUKFliUS tl V !,:(, 423 80.
And tho preatiKe of to years sucoess and oxpoalence.
INVK8TMKNT8 OP
Over $100,000 In Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OK MI!j,0lll),OOU, LOSSKS
Have been paid by the Jitim Insurauco Company In
the past 40 years.
Fire nnd Inlnnd Navianf Ion. Kisks accepted
at tonus consistent with solvency and fair proliU.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to. V s.
Appllration mado to any duly .utlioriied A Rent
promptly attended to. By Btrict ar (cntlon to a 1k1 t
imate Insurauco business, this Company is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for tho past and security for
the future. 1 llcies issued without delay by
JAS. II. CA..TKII, A itent, No. 4u Jl alu Itroet.
A. F. PATC t. Assistant Agent.
II. K. LIND KY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J. J. HOOK- ..Agont. Fulton, nth Ward. anS
.L.JJ..?S!!??a-a-sa
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
S S5
Important Iiiiprovemciit!
WELLS' PATENT
I
WEIGHS ONLY 5 IBS! MAHUFAOTDBED,
WH0LE8ALB AND RETAIL, BY .
BENNETT & CO.,
jyZl-am- Bvcamore stroot, below Fifth.
IIALIS IATI3IT: '
mksn ".rir
TnE MOST KEOABtE FIRE AND
BURGLAR PROOF SAFKS. They liavo given
more satisfaction than any nthor now in use.
We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND 1)01,.
IiARH to any person that ear,, up to tho present
time, show a single instance wherein they have failed
w preserve inoir contents
V
bel
With this HAFR wo challenge all competition, as
sing tho bedt Klre I'roof, llnrglnr I'roof, or Fire
lid Burglar Proof now mado: and m-A withnrr In
an
test with any establishment in tho Union, aud the
parly tailing first, to forfeit to the other, tho sum
of J2.000.
We are prepared to furnish a bettor Safe, and at less
cost, than auy other manufacturer iu tho United
States.
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Waresnectfiillv ItivIIa tliAniihll fA null nl um.
uio our stock before pnrchating elsewhere.
HALL, UAltltOLL CO.,
artglZ-ayt Nos. loand 17East Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX,
Cholera, Bilious Cholic, and
ALL PAINS L THE STOMACH k B0m&
ISado by GEO. 8. LIGHT,
WHOLESALE DRDGQIHT, CIHOINMTATI.
FOR HALK BIT JOHN D. PARK, SUIRE. KCK
8T1NKA CO., aud Druggists gonornlly. Order left
at WULIJMKON & HiTUtLB,
11 Walnut street
win oe attenuea to.
aul3-tnovl
CIiASGOW AND NEW YOIIK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BTKAM TO GLASaOv.LIVKRPOOti, TJHLFAST,
DUBLIN ANH LONDONDERRY
foii ;io.
rBOH MEWTOBK.
Glnaow,Thomson,Weilncsdny, Aug. 24, at 12 noon
linbnrKh,CunimluK..Wednosday,.liino 1, "
Cilnacow, Thomson " July 6, '
UdInburiili,Cnuiming.. " Jul27, "
isoh oi saow.
Kdlnbnreh,Cnmmini?-.8atiirday,Mny 7.
tiiinNKow, itiomson..,vveunesiiay, jiny zi,
Kiliiiburh,Cummiiig... " July 2.
Rates of l'n.snentroin New York. I'll ladelnhla or
Huston, to tilaHow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Londonderry, firat class. fty.V Hteeraeo. found with
an abnudunco of properly-cooked provisions, rt.'IO.
An oxperionccd Surgeou attached to each steamer.
No charge for medicines.
ror relgut or J'assnge, apply to
ap27 ROBEBT OBAIO. 17 Broadway,
I. X. Li.
TVT TT gt T yS T
AFTER MANY YEARS OE PRACTICAL
experience in the art of Mustard-making, the
proprietors offer the above brand of Mustard to the
fiublie, guaranteeing it a strictly puro article, manu
actured from the best quality of seed, carefully se
lected with the design ofprodncinga Mnstard SCrE-
JtlOll IN K1,A Villi AND rUNUEKUY. TO ANY
HOW IK USE. We have no hesitation in 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,
aworters promptly filled.
HARRISON A WILSON,
JeM 99 and 101 Wnlnnt-mreet.
Merrell's Blackberry Anodyne.
THIS MEDICINE IS OFFERED TO THE
public as one of the best, if not the very best med
icine that has ever boon Invented for Diarhiika.Dys
invest, Cuoi.ira INFANTUM, and all other derange
ments of the Stomach and Digestive Organs, which
rosoproralalit and fatal in our country corrects
til di rai fed condition of the Liver: alhiya Nervous
1' It. tat t s, sncta as is caused by Toothing. gives
ti tsn Jealthy action to the bowols.and withal, is
pl.as.int to tak iyia-cmt
Money! Money! Money !
PAWNBROI-ER'S OFFICE.
llemoyed from SO West Slxtli-atreet.
MONEY LOANEDON WATCHES, JEW
KLUY and all kinds nf Merchandise, at low
rates or interoat, at Ko. 173 Vins-itroot, between
Fourth and Filth. . Hi
Composition Roofing. :
THE undersigned is prepared to pat on
Composition Roof of the best quality at short
notice.
office in J ft B. Brace's Carriage Repository, cor
ner Third and Vine. , .
Xtr Roofing material constantly on hand, ana for
eaie. ljy-.imi j. ai. nvvu.
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
and Bo I lor Iron, Flow Slabs, Railroad Srikes
Bte. Also, Agents for the sale of Ironton Star Hails
Ware rooms Ko. 19 aat Second Street, Cincinnat
Ohio.
'All kinds Troll made to order.
J9L
J. T. DROWAE & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF JEWELRY,
new wliolesnlo establishment. S7 West Third-
street, betweon Walnut and Vina, (rnorn No. 4, up
stairs.) viricionau. saciory at I'rovlUencfl, nnoue
mana. new styles reciiiveu weemy. sepiaam'
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Counsellor at Law, Cbaae'a Baiidlnf
Third street, t doors last of U al., ,,,,,, . (71
IS
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RAILROADS.
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
FOUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THK
Blxth-street Depot.
Train, run Uiruimh to Indianapolis, Lima, Snn
dusky and Clewhtnd without chungo ofciirs.
Throiiifli Tickets for all Kastoru, Wwtorn, North,
ern and North-western el ties.
l A. ftl. KXi'ltK. TllAINfColiimbuatiin.,
which is seven m unites Dwtor lhaii Oiuciiinati) For
Cleveland and I'lltahurg, via Delawaro, uiakes clM
ronnectiun at Crostllno rur Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston and Now York. Also, con
nects at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Jtoad for
Troy, Piiiiia, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo al3:tt, Detroit
at 6:00, mid Chicago at 7:xl P. L Quincy and (lalima
at 7 A.M. Also, at Day ton wltliGreenvllleand oliiinit
Koad,fir Oroeuvillo, Union, Winchester and JI un
do. Also, connects at ilieluiiond with Indiana On.
tral Road, for Indianapolis, Lafeyette, Chii'ago, Torre
Haute, St. Louis, ami all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati aud Chicago itouil, Tor
Anderson, Kokoino and Pent. Alwi, connects with
Junction Railroad at Hamilton for Oxford.
, St A, ill. niAl I. THA IN-For Dayton, Spring
Held and Snniiuakr Connects at Saiiilnsky Willi
STEAM KR for DKTUOIT; at IJRIIANAforCOLllM.
BUS; at Forest with Pittsburg, rort WaynaaudtHil
cngo Road, Kant and Weal; at Civile with II. and To
ledo Road for Cleveland aud Buffalo, Toledo, Dotroit
?.'," .V '"Ho- This train also connects at DELA
WARE with the 0..O.&O. Koad for Cleveland and
Points Kaot; nlsncoiinocU at Hamilton with Junction
Railroad for Oxford.
4:30 P. M. TRAIN For Dayton. Springfield
and Kandusky Connects at Forest with Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne and Chicago Koad, Fast and West; at
tdydwUh 0. and Toledo Boad for Clovoland ang liiif.
lalo, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago. Also, connects at
Ricniniind for Indianapolis, Terro Haute, St. Louis
and Chicago. Also, connects with J uuction Railroad
at Hamilton forOxrord.
U V. M. THAJN-For Dayton, Troy, Plana, Bid.
noy, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne aud Chi.
eago, reaching Chicago at A. M.
SM-Tlio 6 and 8 A. M. trains connect at CleTOtaad.
witli steamers for Buffalo,
For further information and Tickets, aptdy at the
Ticket oftleos-north-oast corner Front and Broad
"ayi i..1".9 walnut-str.et, near Gibson Ilon.e; at
the new Ticket Ollico, ou I bo wost side cf Viuo-street,
between Postofflce and Burnet House; at the Walntr1
Street Bouse, or at the Six th street Depot,
aula . D. UoLABEN. Suixiriutendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Pour Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train Ko. lKiptsu.att A.M., connects via
Colnmbns and Cleveland , v It Columbus, Crestline and
Pittsburgh, via Colnmbns, Steubenville and Pitts
burgh, DntroltvtaClevelaudaudst.amer. This Train
stops, betwesn Cincinnati and Columbus, at Love,
laud, Deerflold, Morrow. Xenta, Cedarvllle, South
Charleston, London and West Jefferson.
- Beoond Train-No. 2 Kxpross, at 8:30 A. M., connect
via Colnmbns, Bellnir and Bonwood; Wheeling; via
Columbus, Stoubenvilleend Pittsburg; viaOolnmbus,
Crestline aud Pittsburg: via Columbus and Cleve.
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer; White Sul
phur Station, via Springfield. This Train stops be
iwoen Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plainville, MIU
ford, Mlamiville, Loveland, Deerfleld, Morrow, Cor
win. Snrlng Vallev. Xeiiluaiiil l.nndnn.
.Thlrd Train Accommodation, at 4:10 P. ., for
wiiumuiifl null DrillKIeilI.
Fourth Train Night Express, at ll:J0P.M.i ooa
nects yiaColumbns, Bel lair and Benwood; Wheellngj
t. wiuiiiuun, KiriUllllVIIIU nnu I'liisoiirg; via
lumbus, Ciostliiie and ritlaburg: via Columbus and
Clove and. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow.
ThTb RAIN tt"d I'on(loa SLJilCPINQ CARS ON
ofcafs E,prt'' tlironEli to Cleveland without change
No.2Exprefls,throughto Wheeling without change
of cars.
T,h0,AI(l?T EXPRESS Train leaving ClnolnnaM
at 11:30 P. M., runs daily, oxcept SAT CRD AYS, The
other Trains run dally, oxcopt SUNDAYS.
xor au imoruiauou.anu Through Tickots to Bos-
net House. sonth.enHtcorm.rni ftrrniwuv v,n
streets, aud at the Kastem He pot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which is MTen mta
ntes faster than Oincionati time.
iou, xora, i-iuiaueipiiia, uaitimore, tvashiiig.
ton, BiuTalo. Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Kastem places,
SPPlV at the OMccs. Walnut Mtreet lliniu N,, 1 ll.IP.
. J. DUBAND, Sup't.
).mni,!I1,', ""ikmr passengers by leaving direction
at the Ticket Offices. iyl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
AND THE NORTHWEST,
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS.
Vitty vm vnauge of var$ belaeen CiikiiiikiI.
; and Chicago.
Three PassonserTrainsIoaveCincionatldBilT. from
tho foot of Mill and Front streets.
yft A. H, Chicago ilail arrives at Indianapolis at
1(1:311 A. M.: Chicaeo at 7:29 P. AI. This train con.
nects with all night trains outof Chicago, for the
west ana jionn-west.
12:IH) M. Torre Haute and Lavtayette Accommoda
tion arrives at ludinnnpolis. lit A:IKI P. M inskliig
dlroct connections at Indianapolis with Torre Han la
Trams and Indianapolis and Latayutte trains lor
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Culnry, Hannibal and
St. Joseph; also with Peru trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
and Toledo,
6:00 P.M. Cblrngo Kxpross nrrlvos at Indianapolis
at 111:30 P.M.; Chlrago at 7:40 A.M. Making clean
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute trains for all points West and
Horthwost.
Sleeping cars are attached to all the night trains
on tills line, aud run through to Chicago without
cnnngeoi cars.
This is exclusivoly a westorn nnd North-western
route, and with favorable and reliable arrangements
with all connecting roads thloughoiit tlio entiro
West, gnamntees unusual euro and I he amplest ac
commodations to the patioiiR of this lino.
Bo sure you are in the right ticket office before
you purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lawrencebnrg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same us by any other route. Baggage
checked thromrh.
TH UOUUH TICKETS, good until used, can be ob
taiued at the ticket offices, at Spencer House Corner,
north-east corner Broadway and Frout; Mo. 1 Bur
net House Corner; at the Wainnt-streot Homo, and
at Depot office, foot of 11 ill, on Front street, where
all necessary information may be had.
Omnibiissos rnn to and from each train, and w
call for passongers at all hotels and all parts of the
city, b) leaving address at either office
w. fl. u. nonun,
mylO . Ooneral Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
"
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great Through Route for
1HDIANAPOLIH,
IE UK HAUTB,
ST. L0U1H,
LAFAYETTB,
OHIOAGt),
L00ANSP0ET,
PKBU,
FORT WAYNH.
TWO DAILYTHROUOHTBAINS leavoBlxth street
jicpor, at e A. oi . ana :di r. ai .
A A. M INDIANAPOLIS. ST. LOUIS CH1CA.
00 FAST HXl'KKSS.-Throiigli direct, makliigcloHe
connections for allother Wosteruund North-western
points. This Train also connects ot Richmond with
OluclnnaM and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Kolto.
mo, Logausport, ana ail points on waDasa vuncy
Jo".' M.-INDIANAP0LI8, CHICAGO 4 ST.
1.(11118 NIOHT KX PRESS. The above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayotteand Chi
cago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springfield, Rock
Island, Galosbnrg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Uattvion, Maplos,
Galena. t)ulncy, Prairie du Clilen, Pana, Peoria,
Dnnleith.Rnelne, Decatur, Bloomlngtoit, Joliet, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
west.
Through Tickets given and Baggage checked
through.
For further Information and Throngh Tickets, ap
ply to Ticket Offices, north-east corner oi f ront ana
south-eant corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
m
WXUrl8?0RR0 r.0peV:ut.ndent.
Omnibuses will call for passeng n ny Wuvlug their
names at either o( the Ticket Oft
,
Itg..- - - W. H. iiMlTIf, Agent.
CANDY I O AND Y
H- NT. OLAIIK,
(BnoceHor to Mvxbi & Co,)
Manufacturer and VVoleiaIeDaln
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIII,
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
' - -. '"""Vi ' myir '
ISPECIAlLr TREATS DISEASES OP
THE! SEIN, RHEUMATISM, DISKASKS OF
WOMSN.Iand such Cbronlo complaints ss ijy lie
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopalhio systsia
of his office.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Taa
kish, Russian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a DIs
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Klootrls
and Alagnetio Apparatus. i n
f MO. 7 WBST SIXTH-BTBEIT.
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