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THEPEESS.
MONDAY...
..OCTOBER 31
Advertised Letters.
LIST OP LETTERS KEMAINING IN"
ttw Oinoinnntl Poat-offloe SatubdaT XTUUMO.
October 9,18.
W All letters tdvai tiied an subject to an extra
charge of one cent. Persons callin for them will pleats
comepreparea wim ue Mcessery cuange. . .
lePertons calling forthese fetters will please tay
tbev are advertised, and five number and date of list.
tV The office will open at 7X A.M., and oloseatU
P. . Biindayt-Omca will open from A. M. to MM
The lUt below U made up tvery Saturday ven
tng. between 3 and 4 o'clock, and embraces all th uncalled-for
letters of that week.
Of" On Saturdays th office 1b closed from 3 to 4
o'elook P. M. for U purposs of preparing tat Letter
No. 43.-October 29, 1859.
LADIES' LIST.
AnmtAntr, ' ' theo MlisOsrrf
Ailingnam Itn Catherine Armstrorii Mrs Harriet
Albert Mrs Sy beta 1
Bonfmtl Mrs Anielm
Bean Sirs Elizabeth 0
Bourn Mrs B
. lirlrnmer Elizabeth
Brundradge Mrs Jan
. Barber Mrs Masai.
Bookman Mrs Lein
Bevill Mrs Mary
BalrlrldgeMiss Iggl
BaUuian Miss Fannie ,
Boyd Mis. Elisabeth
Borgeman Miss Francs
fiirronMlssl.sla
Btly Miss Mary R
Bochett Mist Maggie
Baker Miss Msraaret
Barnes Mis Nannie
Bu-kbamer lira Mary
Tleduiod Mrs Martha A
brulstura Mrs Susan f
BeriuwMrilV
Bemiia Mist Mary 3
Barnnm Mrs J Vf
Burns Mrs Mary
Bowman Mrs win
Covington Mls Bill
Srowlev Mrs H
oglltKl!U
O.iTpeiiser Miss Helen
Carotliers Margaret A
Corcoran Mary
Cameron Mrs Mary
Cnlrier Mrs Mary
Coi Miss M A
Carps' tor Mrs Sophia D
CoieMissSallieX.
Clark Mist Oral
Clark Mitt Cathariu
VkUdj JmstJttJoall
Dnmerts Mill Mary B
Durham Mis dlcEit)
D.nlv Mrs Martha
Dickson lira Marian
Kills Mrs John T
rt Miss Louise.
FrliMsAbM
Follows Miss CarrlsB
Jrolt Mt Geore; T
French Miss Ells P
ford Mlsi Mult
Forbes Wilis
Green Mrs Catharine
Gordon MluCstharm
Sresg Miss Elisabeth .
Uriirske Mr Elisabeth
(IriW Mrs J
GeTuimett Miss Martha 3
Oaiton Miss M.rgaret
Uoraoa Mrs ttaueooa
Blanchard Miss Josephtnt
C
Casssdy Miss 'Bella
Coleman Mrs BF
Claid Mrs Julia
Carien ' tssMaryM
Cams Mary
Carpenter Mrs Margaret
CuellMrsCA
Cunningham Miss Maria
Cuthnun Mrs Mary L
Caldwell Mrs Stephen B
Chrogn Miss Iannis
Clark Mrs Ruth
Cook Mrs E Margaret
'huuman MrsH J
Oarll Jaa
D
Dnnnlan Margaret
Devine Mrs Matilda
Dolphin Miss Mary AaJ)
Drew Mrs id
TlMr
E
Easton Mist Tlrgtnla B
Emerson Mrs Thoa J
JhrmanMit Sarah 0
F
larosr Miss Betty
Jarlngton Mrs Addle M
Fisher Mist Dora A
Freeman M'ss Jennie
Folen Mrs 8 '
Feater Urt Sarah
Tails Mrs Emma
G
0yer Mist Anna
Ollorest Miss Kllca
Grenr Miss Ella
Gardner Mist Elisabeth
Gary Miss Isabella
Ortham LillieL
Qrantbam Mrs Mary f
vtranani niss carea
Gibson UraSM
Henry Mrs Avelen
Hays Miss Catherine
Harris Mrs Frances
Hasting Hisi Ellen
HarlerMI"S Jennie '
Huusten Miss Kate
Hill Mrs T.mna
Howell Mrs Nancy J
Holland Mn A J
Herman Mist Christie t
Hill M s Fannie
Howard Mrs Harriet
Hawes Miss Mary E
Hull Mrs Miry ft
, Halteburt Mrs Mary
rienson miss Laura
Hann.unann Mrs Manrarat Haskins Mrs M B
Haley Miss Mary Hitchcock Miss Msrla
H ill Mrs Mary - Hamilton Miss Raohael
IlynosMlns Virginia Harris Mrs Sarah
Hoffman Miss ifophy Horsley Mrs T
iiall II rs Sarah .1 Bend M rs Susan
Bodgioa Mrs Bebecea J
J, I and Initials.
Jinnann Mrs Anna 0 Jenkins Mrs Almlra
JenkiosMrsBiizabeth Jolly Mrs J B
Jctmsjn Miss iiajgio D James Mrs I
Jones Mrs B
K
Klo Alloa
Klinefelter Mrs Bills
Xni r MlssK-t
K.lly Mrs ilarla
Kttiiord Ellen
Kelly Mrs Matilda
ivaunu mra siarta
Ketchum Mist Sarah
Kelt lir Mrs Sylvia
love Mre Ditld
Itorke Mrs Anna E
X,K Mrs H X E
Likeman Miss Iitlile
Lj-'.tle Mrs Hachaul
I"
Leveronl Cathrlna
Lanius Mrs Cbarlotte
T.atorns Miss Julia
LewiiMiss Margaret B
Iiewli Mrs Sarah
Macs
McHugh Csthar'ne
McDonald Mist Mary
McVey Mri Cornelia
McLaughlin Mrs Ann
M
Moore Mrs Fanny Shaw
tfnlltn MntWannl.
Merchant Mrs EluaBuen moore diib jonnny
Moore Mrs J 'ho
Ma sh Miss Laura
Miller Mrs Matilda .
MoereMiss MAD
MoxeyMlssBEX
Markav ftoswam
MottMissEmratO
5oal Mrs Callsta
NyeMrsOW
.Nolan Mitt Heater Ana
OKriscol MIssElIta
0"'fil Mrs Jessie
C"Kaiie Uia Maigmt
Mirns Miss Little
Myers Mrs n J
Mitchell Mr Little
Marks Miss Lizsle
Merrill MrsRhodaYT
Murphy Miss Syrana
Jf
oyHtMCnllleP
Ncuon Mist Fannie D
Opeaheimer Mist Emily
. Overtowi MliiMary
RoNMrs AnnQeneta.
Koblnson Mri
Jtoailman Miss Anna
Books Sirs Emily
KvanMlssMarrBl
Riley MisnLitsie
Jt'iis Mrs Melinda '
Koks Mrs Doctor
B"ckwod "rsJaneH
Hedton Miss Mary P
Buuan Mias Kate
luchter Mitt rJussane
Bnssell Miss Catharine
Rakleschott Miss Anna
Itussell Mis) Ada
Bred Sirs Elks
Rogers Mrs Mary E
Ktppey M iss Margaret
Ross Miss Mary
Redman Mrs Bridget
Rockenfleld Mrs J A
Ryan Miss Sate K
Riba Miss Bboda Jane
Randall Mn W M
Kansley Mrs SO
f trains Miss Martha
Hlmeul Ulsi Augustt)
' Fnlllvan Miss lillen
Mutton MrsElisabethA
KjiencerMrs Marit C
S phevele Mitt lto.sinaj
S daiuXn Amanda M
S
Stlckney Mn AC
Spear Mrs BreHne
Shorler Mrt Elisabeth
5 tangle Mrs Martha
meet in rs Kacnaei
bteers Mrs Sawn J
Spencer Mn Sarob
fmitht
Smith MIssAnr.a
Hmith Vstle 0
SniihMrs 3 K
Smith Ji iss Carre B
i ' . - y i
Tugsnan Miss Ann
Turner Miss Jane
Taylor Miss Sarah B
Smith Mrt Bonlc
Smith Mrt Charles B
bmiUi Mrs Martha
Smith Mist Til lie
. ,T .
Taylor MIssAnnle
Temple Miss Joaephls
'Xydd Mr Thomas R
V
Van Trurrn Mist S11U
vauinnn mrt Sarah
TandallaMlst Kttie
7antreu Mrs Matv
Vlgeon Mn ft
tvrilliioson M'si Henrietta Wllien Kate
VCarliHsaMrv
Walker Mi" Morion
William" Margaret
Watson Mln K tte
WinanttMisiComeJla
White Mill Amanda-'
Wondnan Miss Aline
Worthington Mrs Klisa'th Wilson Mrs B A
w easi sirs ci isaoeui viimoreawm
WldnarUlMBmmaO Whltaker Mrt Frederick
Whit Mist Mary
Wllty MIssKItljr
Walker Marv
Wilieop Marietta
Wardsworth Mrs Martha
Wetmore Mrs W If
WalnevMraB
Waiters Mrs Amelia
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
A
Apvmg Trnderlck Anderson ft 'May Allan Hamlltoolt
Atwoo.lifJ ton vo
AusthlnbaughBA Armstrong f ' Ankerman D
AUoodJa Armstrong J ft Atkinson JO
Armstrong M AllenLewisnH Antwerp X
AngblmbaughWL Ackley Wm E
Bollin Bas'llllni Barret Rev Father Bane Andreas
Hizt! Collie
Bach ft Hcrr.og
Barrett A G
I'arnett Ell K
Hennis t A
Ben heart Geo
Bennett J S
BinderJaoob
Barnes John
iirynnt John
Banes Hy Clay
Burke JnmesS
Bleelier Hy
Jlakcr Jsmee
JlennettHS
B iker John 3
Kelt C F.
Barnhart Mr
flvron Geo
BayarlyG W
BrewerDavId
Burrows Eli
Byrd John J
DassDrJDl
Brady John
Bates Jamet
BoyntonJosb.ua
Bowman Jerry
Barnes J B
Baker J 3
Blselovr Jackson
Bateman Jonn r
Srokenshlre Jas BedeurJobn
Boyd Jns F Beck John
itvrtie Jimes Bollson Martin
Beaner Nioheia) Bryan H D
Boper V
TUilltncrR P
B'air w ft C
Bm roitvhs i H
JsotneriSB
Bookless Wm
Bock W A
Brown Robert
Brufin Joseph
Bogart Samnel
Bargees Thomas
Birney Wm H
BosworthT Bl
Baldwin Walter
Browns
Brown Jos M
Brown Peter
C
Bell ft Schmltt
Bodj Oowgletoo
Butt Frederick
Barker Edwin A
Bamum Harvey
Bell John
Burke John
Bait) John :
Burns John
Bihlman Joshna
Beach John 8 or
Benton
Barrenger By
Bowar John
Bender J R
Bender John
Burling ame J M
Blake Lyman a
Bergen Pntriok
llriatel Wm
Brennan Thomas
Brsdshaw Wm B
BeitWm
Blum 8 ft Baer
BartlettDA
Brown Rent H
Brown Thos D
OrMn AlexanderColvta Ben Qopelanrl A B
nillerChrist'eherCenwav C T
t ihsrier CIrleH Creever ft KeeneyOushlni : George
Carter 1 H I
Conklin Jerome
UoriilnJ Bat 00
Carey Jonn
n a rih.ndlerBd
j hiiwih'u r Tt-
OiemensGHI) Conyerse Elijah
Carnian John C Coffey James
0;1u.t John CarlHeJobn
' I t-Ma rinlt U.fieV K
Clarxton John Canning Joseph CCharabers Josiah
n.,. i.,hr. lur.lniuh John M Cowdery Isaao,
Corlell L T Chusom M fl Colbert Philip i
iiotasn Thorns Cunningham W A Conlln Timothy
junislutni Wm Oierar Walter Crittenden. Sol
Crawford Rev 8 PCnlkln Thomas ,CnmIJ
Crowell Wm D . ColletT Thorns Crarasle William
Carter William Coulter Wlllism Cady Solomon
Cii'Slliy inoma yonnoiiy naitrr voin.rniu
ColumyBlephF Ooroucb Wesley Clark Jamet W
OookBrH Clark A B 0ok. Marrttt
Clark J F Cooper Samnel brown ,
Collins Henry Collint Waah M Campbell Charlel
Campbell Jamet Carpenter Col R BCarpenter J D 0
D
Driseoll Mr Dodge Alfred Devine Christian
Duncan Oeo S Dillun D DeForestDB
DouRlassDO Devine John Dnnmck John
Dobbins John Dunlap Joseph Dorn Julius i
Douglass J K Douglata Isaac K Drolne Henry
DoorneJohn DevelinJiisS Harnwh Hart
Dernil John Dailey Jesse V Dickenson Isaiah
Duffy Michael Dickerson L H Dooley Martin
Day LS Dickens Robert Drifbey Richard
Dean Roberts DodsonWmB Dunning Wm f
Volloff !ri Duffy T H Douglass t B
Davis V7 Q Davit Jas Davit I II
E
Fcccrt Adrian
Ellis Arnold
fispy u i
Edwards Alfred
Ely George B
Kills David
Edwards Abnel
Kggleston CO
Evans David Y
Kmme'.t J M 3
Eckelbarser Mart
Elbert Samuel Ensign Wm
F
Ir&nolsAW Foot Com 0 Friend Bros
Frenoh t Finnel Fishr A fairehild De for
Usher George Kranolsco Geo W est
FairweatherGeo Vinley Daniel Pickle DrtK
Fleming Jam ea Fredericks Henry Ferrel James A
rorDfts Mllw wincn aauuuiiwi rn-rrw"
Files R J Fitch R A
Frary Sheld"B W Folsy Ihomat
yerret wm
a
Gum Mr . unn Dr
OowdyJt Wiltshire Gaensslen Bros
Gillespie David I Gruhnm D B
Gonion D Grotham J
Gaxlner Joseph D GUmer James A .
GodoviaJohti Gilke n
GeiajnanJHF Goodrich John A
Gounley John Gaitinan S M
Gattman Isaac 3 Grlgcs Lewis
Grass I, Joseph GolslerM
flnlivav Unhprt llrvlc Rnhert
Glana'O ' Graham William Grieves W L
Green Sylvester GallagherWilliam Urue s B. .
Groff William T Gaflenv Svlvester Grosenhrlnk Wm
GUI W 0 GainsWtl lingtouP Gcgan William
II
Hoyt & Barbour Helms Chas C
Hunilcker k Lut- Hatch Ervtn
ty Hitunon Dan-I
Fines Dillard HoMeuJ F
Heritage Jot Jl ull ert J B
llowals Joshua HendlevJas
ilarbin J no u
llalmM
Hopkins Wm
Hoffman Jnoll
High Joe
Henry Wm
Uouroth W 2
Horgan Wm
Hollnway Stral
Hall Dr WW
Harris Will
UalUu
Eckirt Joseph or Emerson James 3
Yvunam r.ari jioocripi
JSiurie wm v w
Farls Wm B 1
Iso ley Wm H
fluttavui Charles
Gardner a?
Gilib David
Grapevine John
Good liarno John
Grclg John
Goens James
Goddurd Henry S
Gleason Lorenzo 3
Graves Lewis D
Gray Richard
Ham Clark
HevkertF M
Haihaway Frank
HatohJ W
Hargrove Herbert
Holland Jno
Hortou Harry K
HowdenKob'tl
Hartley Thoi
HinchinanTnolWHsrding S S
HmierH
Hughes 9 P
Hull DrWm
Hamilton Jas
Hall Jno
nay thorn ThosW
JIambly 1'bo
Hall Geo
HallC H
Hurrbjin Ur
I and J
James B M
Jackson Ai'wrt 0 Jeffrlas Oso
Jarvis Howland B Johannes Mich 2
Inoolia M C,
Johnson Si Win
ston Jones Hnjh
Jouss B I
King Joseph.
KabTeChasH
Knott ElUhaB
Knight EH
Kemp Geo A 3
Kramer Michael
Kennedy W B
Jr live M
II iff Thomas
Jones Dr J Jf
Jones J Gordon
Tones Paul
Jonet Wm
Le Bond ft Co
Livtnuston E 0
Loker G H & Co
Iiponnnt ften W
Liverpool jothua Lakeman 1 f
tiejorin i,oagedonni
JhiviIis Petnr
Johnson G WC
JoiicsJoho. 9
Jones M L
J ones B
K
Kolley Amos B Klein Augutt
Kile, Cleveland feKeghoe B F
Co Keppler Geo
KarchHoffer 0 W Keck Geo W
KatlieJB KirtleyJOl
Keisser Lndvrig Keraer Wm
li.udxick 8am 1 E
L
Llechler Anthony Leyon B C
Lovlll D S
Lmey Vred A
Loveland E J
I.ivelv John
LongTaisJoeT
Lard Motes E
Levy Neptluel
Lane M L
Long Wm
Lamb Wm
Moore M T
Moore Richard
More Chas L
wilier Henry
Miller Richard
Martin David
Mark Ellas
Merline Daniel
Mulhoiland H
Mulien Jos K
Misener John B
Mack en tire J
March Martin
Murphy Fetor
VJersy Peter
M tchell Thoi 3
Marshall S 2
Murphy Walter
Marrow W
Lewis J W
Lambert Jacob
Lane Newel
tally Uiulael
Labomnt B J
Leslie Frank
Loveland E 0
Lamb J C 3
Livingston J J
Lynch John W
Lawrence J M
Tioraln L
Lanuly 1W
LetunsnowskyLL Lambert Thorcat
Lyons T M Leak IT!
LlojdWmP
Moore J R
Moore Russell
Miller Le
Miller John
Miller Chas H
Mason Geo
Murray 0
Moor Geo
Masaie J H
Marshall Dr Hi
Myers Jacob
MUlen M
MayerNa'hin
Mueller Peter
Moles Wm
Moore Edward
Sloore Charles
Miller Edward
Miller John H
Miller
MllUpauah AW 3
Merckel 9
Montagnler J J
MillwardH
Jiills J
Myers John
M ogee Michael
Mitchell 0
Maxwell Pat
Manors SM
Manning Samuel Ma'er ReT W B
jMOtaaum irn maxweii oamues
Meyer n m
Myers William
Macs
McCullonghJQ McCormickM McCHntock John
McCarren John McCutcbeon Kobt McCrumb Dr W B
McCovGW McKlnneyJohn mcKinneyA
Mc Hillan Ranald McKenney Wm McKenney Pat
McKinileJas McLeand Mutd'k McGlasban Chag 8
McGauran Thos McN ish John K McDonuld G
McGuire Douglas McGrew Wm McDonough Jas
a
Naffer Alfred Ncal C
NllesElanG NilesEP
NarlsEllas Neavitt David
North John W Nolden James
n tcolai iienry 14 unn iN
O
Osborne Archibald OHs Charles
O'Donohue&Oe OttClemonu
Grmtby C P
owen Franklin
Ogleton Charles
U'Uonnald U h
OmeliaJohn
Osoorne J R
O'Cons it W
NabbOW
Nixon GeoW
Neville John P
Norris James 3
Nichols I Ji mJ
OgleBF
Owln LanettDysl
O'Harra Gee
OventineGeo
OMonnor John Oker Joseph
Otis John OrthMlouaelO
P
Potter Anson B PaiMock 0 J
Phelan Denis Piatt Geo Vf
Price Joseph Parish U O
Proctor James Pitman John
Pollock James II PaytonJohn Peele Henry
Pridbam Rev NiohPotter Lorento 3 Peffira W II
Price So onion Pruney S D PAuerWm
jTheips Seymour parknurst iiDa
Palmer Wuh Paterson Joseph
Philips Solomon Philips William
K
Rogeri Silas
Perry A M & Co
PopeFW
Perrv H
Packer John H
Parks Wm
Pierce D J
Phillpt James
Rndffera Milton
Rohinaon James M kotiinnon jus
Richardson J H Richardson a 0
Robinson John
Rohinaon W 11
Richard B S
Rellly John L
moneo is a
Rice S Riley Edward
nose m 1 xtossait
RedfleldJC RidenourJaoobSRalphy John
RsssellJohn Reeves John 0 Hast lieury
Kicker Henry Reeves NB Rigney Miobstl
Aral N T Itohertaon W I. Rams-v W JioK
Rlggnn Wm Robertaon Wm Bust Wesley
Baa Wm W Ravens John
hmithsi
PmlthA Smith Bernard Smith, TJ B Pen-
Smith George smltn K a tion Ageot
smitnuu emun iienry a Dmirujamear
S mlth Matthew C Smith BobtE lolth Riohard
S
Scott John P
Stevens Richard
Scott Michael fl
Stenhens Mam'l TJ
Spencer Henry W Socell 0
fampson Char lee Stutzmann Conrad
Sarrer A Simmons Cant G
nwarrr, nj a euiugnion, uar-
vomer :o
Stacy GeoW
StanWry Geo W
Solomon H
oenrmer Jnou 4 butlitf J H
Scbaffer Henry & Snyder Jacob T
Co Searea Henry
Sheldon Jas Stockmanu J
SneckerJDoB bhern John
SImosonJD StebbinaEellr B
rieymonr Manly Scbwarte Uorrll Stocton L
nhlmp Pettr Santum T Snil&n T f
Dines a in ecaauer vm
Spannaa T Short Wm
Bands Samuel bheldon Xhot
Shaw Morgan
Stevenson Y W
Stewart David
Sibley C
Bedim Chat
Rlkrif Rfl
Stiner Overton J Spurlock Geo B
Small tt Sumner Stiaawla Daniel
Stafford 1W htite George
Biuaaen irrana snutDjy
Shaber John
Sherwood Jno
SoyderJohn
Sharkey John J
bexion james
Bcbare i
Sharp Samuel
Swain Thos B3
Shelly Tkof
Shlnkel V
Thomas J H
Todhunter B
Tucker John M
emple a r
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Taylor H H
Temple Fran el
Temllnson J W
Trengrove J B
Tremble HarveT Thornton H
Thomas R 3 Tobln Patrick I
Tasksr Wm Towner 8 S
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TlakeraChai Ticker AM
Taa Bursa 1 1 Terdenbu rg B
Walker Charley Walker WWI
Wheeler Wash 1 Ward Jas
weaver 0 w weaver Peter
WhyteWmB Warner Chas
Williams R A Williams Jas V
Williams Henry Williams WmU
Thompson R M
Thayer David
Thayer II Vf
Tucker Dr I M
Tice I L
Turner W II
TandergriftG
VanfeasenN If
Wheeler'Tlr J W
Ward W W
Walker Richard
Warner J) tin -at
Ware Wm H
Wilson ft Co
Wilson Chas A
Wriirht Wm 0
WachUnann A D Wnnffelln Chas
Wilds Albert F WUIardQartftCo
wney Aaron
Welsh David
Wilson J F
Wright John
Wentel BcnJ
Wilson John E
Wright Alex m
Wesson Clinton
Wartrout B 3
Wnnri A A
Wells E M ft Co Wilks Daniel
Walling Geo H Ware J G
Whitson John fl Wilder Jas W
Wood John WittcockJohn
watkinsHarry Whitney Rev J
WoodyearWiaH WulfeckV
Winter Simon Wornall Silaa
Wiley WH WhltcombSS
weed w w Wiattwmu
gy Drop letters are not advertised an lest 11 renaid two
Wa ton .las
Wallwork Jns
Woodbarn Robi
Wouley Wm
Whetlock Thoi
Wnde i
WlattWmS'
JAS. J. FARAN, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
B
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U E5IAININS IN THE P08I0FFICE AT
MMi Newport, Ky., October 29:
Alexander AM AIMnderO Bennett Mrs M L
Honker jciiioeib Blackwood Tho Byrne Mrs Maty
RiimffAriiei' M ra AllHrrv N J
Bardsly Margl Haulier Jos J
Burke Onuur Brogen W 8
Cridland EllM Dole Thorn.
Carroll Mrs Mary (Jaldwell Mnj S
juicaen angusia uueotr Peter
Daniel Chas Daniel Henry
liessoner Mis B raas J
Gelson Jsa Granger W W
uaneneti aim uray mrl .1 ti
Hord Mury H 1
Howard Jaa
Hemphill M
Horn Mrs E Ilea
Holt Chas U
Burns James
Burns Birab M
Camroli John
Carmsck MiasLB
Dueenliart L
DerrlckMarvAnn
Dnvere Lawrenoe
01 ester Jacob
Glanoey Lizzie
Herd Margaret
HlleJohu
Hariii Bete
Hnddloson Peter Hampion ffru
Hoffman Philip Hopkins Wm 0
Hart man Mlohl
HugheaBlch
Jackson Wm I
Kaoti David
lie Joshna
Lindsay M A
Meyer Wm
Nellie Mrs
Flips Ferdinand
friers rar
Born J Homes Louisa
Harris GD Jolly John 8
Jones Julia D Jennings Geo B
Keihnm Mary Larken J"bn
Lovelen Goruer Lockwood M il
Mural N Jl MlllisonHS
Mosby M J 1 Miller Jno W
Nook Edward O'HelrneJohn
Peters James Pnhlson J T
Pattee Alvln 0 Randolph Jennie Reav Sarah
RtchardaonHelen Boss Simon Hlcharda James
Swift James . htump Siisannnh Smith Oowes U
Smith Mrs Smith Chas W R Smith Thomas
KmiihMaryTl Thomas Mrs OllvTaylor D I)
Taylor Mr M Vickors Lizzie Vanduien 0
Woodtworth J D Wolfley Wm J W icks Klcliard 2
Wilson Mary R Wheltonflath Wll.nn Sll H Tt
Wallner John Whitten MriJaneWetheratranJohn
The office Is open on Sunday from nlue till ten
J. Q. A. FOSTER, Postmaster.
LIST OF LETTERS
IN COVINGTON POST-OFFICE,
REMAINING
October , 164 :. .
Arnoia hub. v . ;
Atchison K
Blair MissS
Beale Albert.
BrunerJ
Boyds J
Anitr.wi R
Albrecht C
Adams H
Borny Miss M
Hal ion J N
Badeu S
Booth Mrs M J
iirndatisw 0
Booth James
Bltir M
verier mrs n V.U,M'," -r
tJleary theWidowConnoly M D
Liose a
Uronin J
Cannody C
Done 5lrs P
Davidson J M
Dodds Mrs M
Devin Mrt U
Dora Wm
Vai.., SI .a T
A'ngllsb jamet
Armstrong J L
Aburn Mrs J k
Baldwla T
Berry J
Brady D
Bijinjohn
Kurnot T
Born Mr J
Bagley J W
(luroy W L
Connon W H
Can MIssE
Uarrlgan Mr
Dudley E J
Dair Miss J
Dounton Dr W
Doddridge rumap
Kdwards M A Ellis Wm 8
tXKu; vrffVI,2.
Foster H A Falch W T. . Jfirat Nathan
Farrell James . Fentherly MissiU Fox Arthur
Barnes Bridget
BaxterDrCW
BrlauoeMittJi
Carej' M
Oono-rer H
OolllneO
Cutting MA
Cawpini M
Glyde Kitty
Dunkly MrsE
Iirewi)
Drcnnon Mrs 3 J
Detrlou J
KmklerMra B
FlenmerMra J
Hynn P
Grsally Miss B
Hanks MrsH
Uay. 0 B
Hewitt Mrs
Htuner James
Hlntou Henry
Hyde Mrs W J
J.,ffrle MrsW
li.lnkia.lo. I U
eLeeuo John 4
Leuktergan H
Lefcbre t) k'
Morris T U
Murry Francis
Mulberry Alex
Mulberry a'ttuil
urr wei
Flood Joba
Gordon X
Hortou L
HemO
HallWB.
Harrison Jack
Holnits Jncoo
Floyd Mite MA
Gordon Geo W
Hardrlck
Hull MieLM
Blndman Jams
Harlan Mss M B-
Holland MINK
Iiuiwn,uv J Jl
HiirtWm Haley Henry,
Kcoue M H Klnsolwy HnnrT
Ksunoll Jnah Loder Miseflell
LereLOM LongacreJN ,-,
Lue Mrs Annie Lockwood J
Murphy Klleu Monevan Patrick
Morgan Mra L Montgomery Wra
McUurdyMlse MurganMraM, ,
Uock Edward Norton Mrs B
n u.ln Hrldaet Powell Tboi
ParKiuaon airs Mreiiy nm i, r .nr
Psuker Miit fl J Patterson John rakel OW
PursLK Parks Jones itobertson J BT
Ryan Dennis Ruwden MollieDlloberts Miss I4
Robinson Kus-iell Hobins Wiu B Roberts Henry-
Itoberts M L Rogers Jaue Bobbins K
Rowden Judge ttui.ey Mary Rogers Mrt
Shjre Jncob A Biillivun W
Bwopo Miss S
KuiMhUV (1
Sbaue D M
Skeltnu Thos
Hullivun w
Spang John H
Hiimple lira Triouipiom u a muuipsuu u
mi....T. ir nri.i r..... fl U 4 Thomiunn I IT
Twitt Alfred Thouiburg u A 1 Thomas Mi.sa T
Traby Franklin TigheMrsAnn lenneveGiw
Timberlake Geo Quick 51 rs JB H erlandey H B
Wlgleswi rth E Weauu Geo W W oodWIja
Walker Wm WasronMrsS W.estcott David
Welch Richard Weanoft Gabriel Wa yman H W
Weland John Wade 41 rB Elisa Walkor 1 Irs J
Waterman WT Weaver Geo W Wh eatW.rsJB
EliwWhi ta rs A
W. D. HOLT, P. M.
I'ottotSoe open on Sundays at haif-paat eight
o'clock; closes at half-past nine A. M.
ALEXANDER JOHNSTON,
ft UCTION AND COMHISSION MER-
t;HANT-Ssiea roomsNo.7 Kast Third street
Will attend to the tales of Real Sstate, Femoual
l'roi.'0'ty, Dry Good, Hardware, Hats, Bouts, Shoes,
Groceries, rurmcur-, so. Ha'ing procured tho
serricv'S of a competent salesman, all business will
meetw.lth dicpatch and prompt .relume. Cash ad
vances .made un goods fur publlo sailes, Con liga
ments so llcited. Ilefer to niorchau ts gi merally.
locH-am '
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
Misoraciuiiias atti mai.su in
ffJIPRNITURE, CHAI1I8, A.ND ALL
1? kinds of Muttrsssos and Beddinj-, at the old
stand. Ho. 136 Sycumure-atreet, east side, between
Fuurth and Fifth-streets, seventh iilore above
Fourth-street. Uhurcb Pews lined and cushioned.
All orders promptly attended to. ool-cm
T NDHSSO.S & HANNAFORD.Al cUltecli
XtL Uancheeter Building,
H. W. rorns'r Third and Syoamorts at.)
IYl CINCINNATI, oniO. .
PUlaLA.'SJ & WllLiAltt;OViY
(At the old stand of Pnllan, Hatfield A Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROC R5"
Jlo.53 Vl'KST SECOND 8T
CMOl tnilTU
jogai-ii ntViK , forniet ly of Pallia, Hatn ilt 1 A Brown
ffH,B. WILUAMBOH. all gt-AOW
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
lil ANUFACTUKER8 OF BAR,. 8HET
i.vJ and Boiler Iron. Flow Blabs, Uallisoad Spike
Ktc. Also, Asents for the sale of lrontoii Btar Nail
Wnrerooms No. It East Second Street, Clnclnnat i
Ohio.
sktaII kln.lslron madtsM order. 106
LilSDEBT BTL.
L. BYI-. & OCK.
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. W Sixth-street, betweeD. Tine and Race, In
tie Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may faror us wit h their pationagv.can roly on punc
ttiaiity and low prices. sopl-ay
DElNfTAL CARDS.
0. BOMSJItL. ... '. IstlTa
BONS ALL St $M ITH,
DENTISTS,
No. .118 Wtat Hlsth.atl set,
CINCINNATI. . . n sepl-cm
J. TAFT,
(Silooossor to Knowlton ft Tart.)
DENTIST,
No. 59 Wo Fourth St., bet. Wnlnnt iSc Vlotj
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
sepM
I. L. niHUlN. B. B. SMITH.
in. flAMLEN & 3Mlint
X5 isixr s? 1 rv
So. 3 Wert Fourth at.
17H
I. VJABDLl. I. SOUaiBTT.
DE8, W ABELS & DOUGSTY,
D21NT I 3 T & ,
OOoe No. US Went Foartlt itreet,
OINOINNATt.OBIO
H. S. WINSLOW,
NO. 151 SYOAMOBB 8TBEIT; BULOW tlFTa
lyjo-rm OTNfnrwAn.
MEDICAL CARDS,
MEDICAL.
DR. J. WILSON'S Offioe,58 Wrst Fourth
street, where he may be consulted dally for all
Female Complaints, Inliainmation of the Cervix,
Prolspsns Uterea, all displacements of the Womb,
Spinal and Cerebral alfeotioria, and other organlo dis
eases common to females. The Doctor's long expe
rionce and recent discovery In the treatment of the
abovR diseases, can not fall to give entire satisfaction.
The Doctor is agent for a European Female monthly
Pill; price gl and two stamps. anlMm
R. 8. NEWTON, M. D.
OHoe, 30 West Seventh Street,
ihtwmit vkh Add BAtrp.
106
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrrca-N. to West Seventh treet, between Tin
and Race. HeaiDKHox No. 65 Seventh street, be-
ween Wainot and Tine, Ornoi Uouas-7i to A
Ie7'l" S ' Tlnl P tti ,
A. M.l
JEWELRY.
n. p. i;lias'
New Wholesale
WATCH & JEWELRY flOllSl
16 West Fourth Street.
Where can be had every article appertaining to th
Bnslness at a much lee price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered in this market.
GIVE US A .CALL" "
apn wee ror yenvse'ves. . tvtl
WM. WHITAKER
JBWEI, BR, -'I;
Bo. MX If. E. Oer. Fifth and Lodge street, betweS;
Walnut and Tine, Cincinnati. , '
A good assruirnentof SILVEft and PLATED WARE.
SPEUTACL8, etc.. kept constantly on handrii
Special attention giveu to Cleaning and Repairing
Watnheeand Jewelry, ... . nTie
BEGG9 ft SMITH, No. 6 West 4th 8t.
RB NOW RECKIVINO ADDITIONS TO
A1
r httir inrosk sasn trYa nt nt UI.i.l,u t 1
Ull l' ntaavaauv vusiu(lilB,
also
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Bta tad OnHery
and Opera Glasses. .. .
J. J. BUTLER'S
llxcclsior Fluid Ink.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. 14
VriLl.lAlH DISKEY, ATTORNEY
w v AT J'A W, vnta sisaunlDa, tTQ, EastThlrd,
street. tepc-si
SEWIHG : MACHINES.
B ART LETT'S
'Patent Improved ''Navelty " :
'.V-'tT.'. "' family'":- 'MZ j
SEWING MACHINES!
1 : , r
Prices of
IIAJVO MACHINES,
sfte, S7, so.
TREADLE MACHINES,
$10, 816, $20.
nnraE "jjov-eltt" has now be-
OOMK one of the permanent and valuable Ma
chines of the day. The recent PREMIUMS and
DIPLOMA awardsd to us at several of th late
ITAlBelheldU , , , , . , ,
INDIANA, Ii.LtN019 AND MICEDIDAN,
And the large demand in OHIO, I a sure evidence
of the appreciation of the merits of the ' Novelty."
The increaaing demand has Induced us tomiro
uur uinuuinuiiiriiiK uupnriiiieui, wuiuu wui DOW 0US'
ble us to nil all orders promptly.
' Salsa-room and General Depot. 46 SI'itb-itreet
. ST AGEN'ia WANTKD. 1
oc2caw B. K. HL'GUINS, General Agent.
LADD, WEBSTER ce CO.'S
' ' LOCK STITCH
SEWINO MACF.INES,
80 West Fourth-street,
Between Tine and Walnrtreet, Cincinnati.
W Send for a Circular.
REMOVAL.
WILTS EE BROTHERS,
' -DBALIB8IN-
YOTJlNTGr'S
Improved Two-Throftded Lock-Stitcli
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
, fiJ25, 30 and 35.
No, Si Flftb-itreet,
WILL REMOVE, OCTOBER 1, TO
No, 6 West Fourth-street,
' Over Beggs ft Smith'.
tWAgents wasted. Address
, WILT8KB BROTHERS. Agents,
1 P. 0. Box 2,309, CluciunatL O.
t3ao. $30. $30. $30.
MOORE'S
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch ,
FAMILY SEING MACHINES
BKOCBJID BT HKOF.NT LETTERS PATENT.
THI6 MACHINE HAS BEEN Prio
ri OUNCE D by all cornpereiit Judtje. who
have a sen it. to be the best and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machlue ever introduced, retrardleaa
of Price, It will sew all kinds of family goods,
irora the very thickest to the very finest fabrics made,
D a uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 lo 2U0.
No ell Is tiaed on top of the lUaeblne.
Send for a circular, or ' all and see It In operation.
Upon early application, State and County flights inay
De secured.
An eaorgetlo person can make a fortune In a short
time. Agsntt wanted in all unsold territory.
. , U.K. U' RTiVIAN,
8c le and exclnslve agent for the Uuited States,
sepHfmt 9a Weat ITonrth-street. Cincinnati.
Sloat&Co.
sewing machines,
CTITCHINO THE SAME ON BOTH
aides, leaving no ridge or chain, and Impossible
to ravel. For epsed, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Klliptle Machine Is without a rival.
Cincinnati, OfBoc O'J Wet Fourth street.
sepffil
SINGES'S SEWING MACHINES.
A-tos Bidwud to 50, TS, 1)110 and WIS.
ginger's Navr Family Bevrln niBehlne,
The price of which it only SSO, is a light and elegant
ly uocoraieu aiacnme, capaoie oi periurming, in the
best style, all the sewing of a private family.
Singer' Trunsveree Shuttle Maculae,
To be sold at 576, Is a Machine entirely new in Its ar
rangement; it is very peautuui, moves rapiuiy ana
very easily, end, for family use and light uiannfac.
tnriuj onreoses. is the very best and cbeaneet Ma.
chine ever oDnred to the pnbllo.
Ringer's No. 1 Standard Shuttle Mnelilne,
formerly sold at SI 85. bnt now rednced to 811(1. la
known all over the world. very sort of work oan
oeaone with it.
Slnger'e No. 3 Standard Shuttle Machine,
Tbit is the favorite mannfaotntini Machine every.
where Price, with table complete, 1136.
MT Send for a Circular.
.TAMES SK Alt DOW,
. Agent for i. It. Singer A Oo. .
No. 8 Ettat Fourth street,
iels-t CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Vft B. DODDS, . .. v
formerly of Hall.Dodds 4 Co.j late Vrban.Dodd A do.
W. B. Dodds & Co.,
" r'.M'i; MAaTCFAOrmiia OP TU
OONORHTID
Fire and Ilnrglar Froof
. i. . i
B. W. Corner of Vine i Second Streets.
This It the most reliable FIRE AND ISCflGLA
PROOF HATH that is made In the United Stafaa.and
It warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and is of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
termined to aell at prices that cannot fall to pleas.
Old .Safes i:
Takea In eaohange. SECOND-HAND 8AFI8 al-
wayt on. nana at extremely low prices. - S7X
Gas -Fixtures,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
WE H AVE ON HAND THE LAROEST
variety and best selected assortment of Oas
Fixtures tu Claclnnatioonelstingof ail that Is new
or desirable in the Oas Fixture line.
We warrant every Fixture we sell to be equal, both
la material and finish, to any that is sold in thiso
any other market, and In addition will guarant t
them to retain their color and remain perfect for Iva
years from the time they are put up by us.
, CalUsee,.ani examine our stock.
. . .. McHKNKY A CARBON.
iyn-om ' ' 1M Wain street, near Fonrth
ROUI1AG! ROOFirVG!
Tniffl OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC BOOKING" Is offered to the pnbllo
as the best and cheapest Metal Roof now oied, It
merits tested by an ozperlnc of years In this city
and vicinity. , Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. Ho solder usod -fastened seenrely wlth
ont exrx'inwto the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed fur shipment to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
Ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly Oiled.
CALDWELL CO,
)yll-tf ' ' ' mWestHecondetreet.
. DR. MAN'L SILMBEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THE SKIN, BBITJUATISU, DISEABI8 OF
WOMEN, and such Chronic complaints as may b
benefitted by the Bygysnlo and Atntopatblo ayttom
of hlsoffloe. , ,, ,
, Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Araenlo, Heronry, Tur
kish, Bnsaiaa and Kleotro-Ohemioal Bath, a DI
pentary of Medicine, and every manner of Electric
and Magnet lo Apparatus.
MO, 67 WEST 8IXTH-8TBEET, ',, '!
steTOrlloe h.nr 9 A. M. to P. M a nK-tfl
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, 0.
KITREDGE & F0L80M,
SI Bt. Charles street, New Orleans, La,.
Importer f Gun As Sporting Apparatus,
AID DIAL1RI IV OUX POVDlk.
T
-ulu
INSURANCE.
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
, teTf OBD. connI
Iacorpoi ated 181 9. Char ter Perpetual
WAffBI :.r Astalllfshed 1, (llnrlnnael In an
tedatlrig all preeont local InsumnceCouipaniosand
Agencies In the Insurance business (u this city. 33
years oonvaut duty here, combined with wealth, ex
Derleuc,ntnrprlM and liberality, especially com
rnend the AJTNA Insurance Company to the faTora
blo natronaro of this comninnley standing solitary
and alone, tho idle survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriter of ISiij,
Lost vald In Clnnlnnntl during past Five
Year., $156,0,14 ii7.
Cash Capitall.000,000.
IABSOLDTE AND UNIMPAIRED. VITB A
SURPLUS OF 91,030,423 SO.
And the prestige of 0 years success and eapoaleno.
INVESTMENT!) OF
Orer $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF 1'i,000,O0l,
Have been paid by thoSitna Iusui anco Company la
the past 40 years,
Fire and Inland Nuvlaailon. Risks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
Kapeciai attention given to Insurance of Dwelling
and Contents, for terms of 1 to if .
Application made to any duly ottiorized Agent
firomptly attendod to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insurance buslnoes, tbia Company is enabled
to offer both indemnity for the past and eecurityfor
the future, P licles issued without delay by
JAS. H, OA .TEil, Agent, No. 40 Alain street.
A. V. P ATO . Asslataut Agent. . .
H. K. LIND ET, Agent Til Vine street. '
J..'. HOOKS, , Axeut. Fulton. 17th Ward.' an
TO HOUSEKEEPERS,
Important lmtoTement!
WELLS' PA TENT
FOLDING SPRING MATRESS
TiTUOHS ONLT 63 LB8I hi ANUTAOTtlBED,
WHOLESALE AND EE TAIL, BY ,
BEXXETT&COs,
JyjB-am Bvoamore street, below Fifth.
HALL'S PATEPVT.
'Hit JsLl'ig PIWil
i'-HWHi
1- ' . ri. I, i...,., ;
THE MOS5TRCMAIIT.EFIREAND
BUROLAB PBOOFSAliES.-They have given
more satisfaction than any other now In use.
We offer a reward of (INK THOUSAND IJOL.
LA Its to any person that can, up to the present
tiine,sbowa single iUHtAuce wherein they bare failed
to preserve their contents.
With this SAKE we challenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment in the Union, and the
pariy failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
Of $2,000.
We are prepared to famish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer In the United
States. i .. .. , .
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Wo respectfully invite the public to call and exam
tneouratock before purcliatfing elsewhere.
hall. Carroll & no..
gja-ayf Nos. in and l7Kast Columbia street.
DIARRHEA AND BLOODY FLUX.
. Cholera, Bilious Cholio, and :
AIL PAJWS IN THE STOMACH k BOWELS.
Made by GEO. 8. JLIGIIT, ' .,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, CINCINNATI,'
irnn suit nv innv r pintr htttdv ,ir
STUNK A CO., and Druggist gnuerally. Orier left
', NO. u walnut street
at Williamson & QaTriRLP
will be attended to
anl3-tnovl
GLASGOW AND WEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BTlAJt TO OLASQO , .LIVEKPOOL, BELFAST,
AIU1IL1M ANH LONDONDEBBX ;0
. JTOtt JU.
raoM tsnrtona.
.ri-;'i,
Olniarow, Thomson.Wednenday, Ahg . U', at U noon
jiniunurg;aivurnming..neuuosaay,ji
Jnnel
' inly 27,
(liasaew. Thomson,
dlnbnrth,Oanitulug.. ' ;' ,
" nOK OLAMOW.. . , t
Edinburgh, Oimralng...Hatnrduy, Way7.
Glaagow, Thomson... Wednesday, JulyJf., 11:1
Bdinburch, Ciimmingnr. July3,'.. v.
Bates of Passage from New York, Philadelphia or
Boston, to Qlusgciw, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
. e . 1 BM U . ,
o abundance of proporly-cookod provisions, 830.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
xioouargeior mouicinos
For Freight or Passago, apply to ' -' i ; .'
iiomiiT utiAiu. 17 Broaqwsy.
ap7
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isaj-qainiop pas sioi-nieis uor) "u u
suanofl pu seuiaa j airjiruoj 'aunjr
noa 'bjojimij jnoijf 'seuioosnr inuig 'ejau
ulu jepua put joaun qoq ('pnos ita) 'iwruvr
tiotoimoe 'sjojimij jnor
jepua put lodda qoq (
iioriifiNOMS ni ia iai 'mzm n V
'snilffP90tI pn-e uioo;
Sii)oa pun StnpniJO Qiquijoj,
I
i
!
AFTER, MANY YEARS OP PRACTICAL 1
experience in the art oi Mnstard-making, tbe !
proprietors oflar the above brand of Mustard to the :
public, guaranteeing It a strictly pm-o article, manu
factured rrorn the Host quality of seed, carefully se
lected with tbe design of producing a Mustard SOPE-i'
BIOB IN FLATOB AND PUNQENCi TO ANY
NOW IN USE. We have no hesitation In Buying
that all lovers of good Mustard will bod the I. X, jj, ,
to be that which they to frequently fall t obtain, i
MUSTARD THAT 18 Ml ST AUD.
awortt.rs piompti, Dlled.
HARRISON & WILSON,
J4 91 and 101 Wnlnns.atreet.
ITIoiiey! INoney! Money! .
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
. llemoved from Oti Win (jilxtls;at,
MONEY LOAN EDhON WATCEEa! JEW
EL BY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rate of Interest, at No. 17a Tine-slrMt, hetween
Fourth and Fifth. . i ,. .., ... Ml
OANDY! OANDY
ii" ,:(fcssxirixMiTaioi).' '
Manuftcturen and WaoleialelDealen
i 1 .ft ... . .1 . LH-" :.t ' i. i. t.
1M AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 MAIM STREET, CINCINNATI
''' myw
RAILROADS.
RAILROADS. Commencing May 22, 1859.
RAILROADS. Commencing May 22, 1859. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILROAD.
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOUOn WITHOUT CUANQK Of CABS.
Two Dsily 'Irains lor Vincennes, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 9:00 A. M., and 8:30 P. M.
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 9:00 A. If.,
3:W! P. M., and KKi P. M.-"'"
One Train for EvaiisvilleatS:30 P. 91. '
'1 he Trains connect at Si. Louis for all points In
KansAuiind Nebraska, Hannlbiil, Qulncy sud Kto
k uk; ut St. Louis and Cairo lor Memphis, Vicksburg,
Natchez and Now Orleans.
One Through Trfcin on Sunday at 8:30 P. M.
lUiUKitiNu Fast Lino Leaves Kast Bl. Louis,
SiinilayB excepted, at t.M A. M., arriving at Cinolii.
nitti at l(i:lii p. M.
ltxi'Kii?b TajtiN I saves East St. Load dally st M
P. M airlvin? at CinclnniiH at (1:43 A.M. ,
FOK T11K(IU((H TIOKHTB
To all points West and South, pleaso apply at th.
offlcei, Waluut-stieet Home, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No. I Hornet House, corner office.
Dorth-weat corner of front aud liroadway, Spencer
Hones Office, and at the Depot, corner Fro lit and M 111
streeii. W. 11. CLEMEN i'.Gen'l.hupsriutendeiit.
Oinnlbusesoall for paieonsiirs. ooAl
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
FOUR DAILY TRAINS LEAYB TIIH
Sixth-street Depot.
'Trains run through to Indianapolis, lima, Ban.
dusky and Cleveland without change ol cars.
Through Tickets tor all Eastern, Wsatorn, Nsrth.
orn aud north-western cltlrs.
ft A. Bl. KXl'ltKlSS TUAINfColnmbnstlme,
which lasevon minutes faster tliun Olucinuati) For
Cleveland aud Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes clone
i,i " wwuius iur x-iiiBuurK, Dauunors.
Philadelphia aud Now York; and ut OWeland for
lllllll,l.k Hnfrln Diut A..fl XT ir.
necu at Dayton with Iiyton and Michigan Load for
lroy, Plana, Sidney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo tt 3:30. Detroit
at :00, aud Chicago at 7:SU P. M.,tluincy and Galena
at 7 A. M. Also.atDayton with Greenville and Miami
Boad, for Greenville, Union, Winchester and Mun
ch,. Also, connects at llicuuiond with Indiana Cen.
tral Koad.for Indianapolis, Lafeyette, Chicago, Terra
Haute, St. Lonis, and all Western clt. .. Also, at
Hichmond With Clnclnuati and Chicago Koad, for
Anderson, Kokomo and Poru. Also, connects with
Junction Kallrondat Ilnuillton for Oxford.
H A. M, , MAIL TKAIN For Dayton, Spring
Siy.'! A92...sS"1",k.' Couuecls ut Sandusky with
BTEAMER for DETItOlT; at C KB AN A for COLUM
BUS: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayueand Chi
cago Koad, Kant and West; at Clyde with 0, and To.
ledo Hoed for Cleveland and Buffalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago, This train alixi couuecls at DKLA.
WAKE with the C, 0. & 0, Koad for Cleveland and
points Eatj olsoconneots at Hamilton with Junction
Ballroad for Oxford.
4:30 P. M. TUAIN-Kor Dayton, Springfield
and SandusUy-Ouiinecta ut Forest with Pittsburg,
lort Wayne and Chicago Itond, East and Westt at
Clyde with 0. aud Toledo Koad for Clovelaudang Buf.
fa)0, Toledo, Detroit and Chicago., Also, oonnoctsat
Blchmond for Indianapolis, Terre Haute, St. Louis
and Lhicego. Also, counectewitn Junction Bailroad
at Hamilton for Oxford.
P. Bl. TH A IN-Kor Dayton, Troy, Plrina, Sid.
ney, Lima, Tolodo, Detroit, Fort Wayns and Chi.
caco, reaching Chicago ut 8 A. M,
The fi and HA 11. trains eonneot at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo.
For further information and Tlckoti. apply at th
Ticket offices- north-east oorner i'ront aud Broad
wayj No. w W nlnut-strtot, near Gibson House: at
the new Ticket Omce.on llio westsidocf Tlne-atreet,
between Pnstoftloe and Bii. net House; at theWalnu?
Street House, or at the Su lb-street Depot.
aulft D. Mol a HEN. Superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 11, 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
THREE THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train-No. lExpiees.ntr) A.M., eonnectt via
Columbna aud Cleveland, v la lloluinbtii, Urestline and
Pittsburgh, via Columbtu, Steubenville und Pitts
burgh, DotroitviaClovtiiHudaudsUamor. This Train
stops, botween Cincinnati aud Columbus, at Love
land, Deerlield, Morrow, Xenla, CoilarvllK South
Cliarlesiou, Loudon and West Jefferson.
Second Train-No. 2 Express, at :30A. M.,conneelsi
via Colambns, Bellalr and Benwood; Wheeling: via
polunibus.Btoubenvllleand Pittsburg; via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg: la (k)hnubufl and Cleve
land; Detroit, via Cleveland and steamer: White Snl.
phur citation, via Springfield. This Train stops be
tweeu Cinciunail and Columbus, ut Plainville, Mil
ford, Miunitvlllo, Lovoland, Doerfleld, Morrow, Cor
win, Spriug Valley, Xeuiaanil London.
Third Train Accommodation, at 4:40 P. M., for
Columbus and Springfield .
' Ponrth Train Night Express, at 1I:SIP. M.j eon
n;ts ;laColumbns, Bellairand Benwood; Wheeling.'
via Columbus, Hteubenvilki and Pittsburg; via Co
lumbus, Crestline and FittHbuigi vis Columbus and
Cleveland. This train ateps at Loveland, Morrow.
Corwln, Xenla and London. SLEEPING OABB ON
IBIS TBAIN, .
. No. lExptoss, throughtoCIevelauUwiihoutchaug
ofcars,
No.zExpress.throoghto Wheeling without change)
ofcars.
The NIGHT EXPUESS Train Icavlni Olncinnall
at 11:30 P. M.,run daily, except SA1CUDAY8. The
ether Trains run daily, except MONDAYS.
For all Information, and rnrougli Tickets to Bos
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Palls. Dunkirk, Cleveland.
Pittaburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Stroet House, No. 1 Bur
net House, south-east curnur ol Broadway and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which Is teven miu
ntet faster than Cincinnati titue.
, . J. DORAND. Stip't.
' Omnibasos call forpastonger by leaving direction
at the Ticket Offlcos. - rnyl7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO,
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS,
Only One Chang of Cart oefwsen Cinewinori
"'; ' and ChUngo.
Three FasaongerTrainskaveClDCtonatlilaily, front
the foot of Mill and Front street.
6:M A. M.-Olitcago Mail arrives at Indianapolis at
10:30 A. M.; Chicago at 7:25 P.M. This train con
nects with all night trains out of Chicago, for th
West and North-west. ,
12:U0 M. Terrs Haute and Lay rnyette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, at 6:ii) P.M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis and Lafayette trains for
Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Ouincr, Hannibal and
St, Joseph; alto with Porn trains for Peru, Ft. Wayne
and Toledo. ' a
4:00 P.M. Chicago Express arrives at lndlanapolll
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A. M. Making eleso
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago, This train connects at Indianapoll
with Terre Haute trains for all point West and
Northwest. 1
Sleeping oar are attached to all the night tral'
on this line, and run through to Chloago wlthoat
change of car. ,
This Is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with faverable and reliable arrangement
with all connecting roads thtonghont the entire
West, gnaranteiis unusual care nnil I ho amplest ao
oomtnodstioos tctlie patrons ol this line.
1st" Be sure you are in t he right tlckot office before
yon pnrehase your tickets, and ask for ticket via
Lswrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same a by any other route. Daggag
chocked through.
THROUGH TU1KI.T8, good until need, oan be ob
tained at the ticket offloen, at Bjencer tlonse Oorner,
north-east corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net Home Corner; at the Ytalnnt-itreet House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, whore
all necessary Information may be had,
Omnlbusse run to and from tacb train, and w
call ioi passengers at all hotel and all parts of th
city, pj leaving address at either office.
w. it. ii. mmiiH,
rnylg - t- General Ticket Agent.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
If ,MoTiSrouffh Route ov
TBBBR HAo'f ,' '
ST. L0U1B.
lAFAYEfTB,
. i' it'l' OUICAGO,
WIOA-NSFOBT, 1
'. m MHO,
PWO PAI t'T TIIKOTJCJI TEA I N H h)ave S?x thatrset
.... VSr" A- M. ami 4:30 P. M.
n9, A.-.,I)B?Aii"'Iti' hl tOUltt A 0HI0A
QO FAST EXPKKSS.-Throughdlreot.niaklngcloe
oonneotionsfor all other Westerusnd North-w estern
B Mnts. This Train also eonneotsnt Blchmond with
Incinnati and Chicago Boads, for Andorton, Koko
noLoausport, and all point on Wabash Valley
, 4:80?.' M. INDIAN APOLI8, OHIOAOO A 8T.
LOUIS NIGHT BXPBESS.I'Iip above Trains make
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafnyott and Chi
cago, with Trninsfor Terre Haute, Springfield, llook
Island, Gnlonhurg, Kenosha, LaCrosHc, Jacksonville.
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Galena, 0,alnr, Prairie dn Chien, Pana, Peoria.
Dnnlelth.llaclne, Ducatnr, Blooir.lngton, .1 o lint, l.a
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
sraat. " .
sMrTbroogh Ticket given and Baggage oheoked
through.
For farther Information and Through rickets, as.
Ely to Ticket Office, north-cant corner ol Front aud
Iroadway) No. 10 Walottt troet, near Fonrtb; at
south-east corner f Fnurth and Viae street, or al
theBlth-tretDiiKit.

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