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THE PRESS
Advertised Letters.
tW All letters advertised are subject to an extra
charge of one oent. Person, calling for them will please
wine jn;irvu wiui uio neoemiary cnange.
l Persons calling For these letter will pleaaa say
the yare advertised, and (Ira number and dato of Hit.
UT The office will open at 1X A.M., end closest 6
r. m. eunuays viuce wiu open irom a A. to wi
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NO. 45.-November 4, 1859.
LADIES' LIST.
AveryMrsO Anderson J H Arnold Mrs Nancy
Allen mm u A Archer Mrs LU Arooimiu
Adams KIltaAl Allmal MrsMery Allen Sophia D
AdklnsElleaN Ames Mrs Allen Matilda , ,
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Budge Abbey J Baker Miss BodleyMrsN
Beaker Mrs A lien jam in .Maggie Bradford Kaebael
Bunchley Kroma Bond Mrs M Bsrdsley Ura 8 A
Harlow Mrs K H Barker Melissa Brewer Mrs T
Booker Mrs K BunnMrsJl Brewers Mrs T
Booker Mrs t X Brewer Emelina Burbeck Mrs J H
Bull Hat lie Berry Mrs MA; Blackburn L A
Brown Mm HL BrownMaryW
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Casmily Mrs A Casey EllMbeth ' Olarkson Mm R
CaldwellMrsJ MiCrowther Mrs JnoCaldwell Mrs J II
Croney JuliaA Chnuiliers Lnnra OoslowrMrs
Cramer Minn OouroyMary
Devlin Catherine Drlscoll Un ElizaSavls Kmma
Dabney Fanny Davis Hnnnau Darts Sirs II II
Dryer Znriffe Drever Mrs Jo Douglass Kale
Diflinn Katie Dakln Mrs , Durbece Mrs M
Davidson Mrs M Donald .Mollis ' Drlggs Mrs Nelson
DiruenlMrsSM . v .
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Early Sirs A EnrenzellcrMrsHKaston MiM V
Egg leaton Mr. H Easton A Sophia Ellmaker Mlaa 3
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FooteMrsA FrinkMrsLM FicldlngMrsS
Kay Mrs C a FiaherNrsH Francis Mrs K
FoxL FmnkllnMrsU FludMmJ
FianeanM Flach.K.. FarrelMrsMB
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GraserMlssA QrairMissL . Olenn SIlssL
Godwin Mrs A UllmoreMrsM GeganMrsM
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florstMrsA Hughes Mrs B '' Herbert Miss R
Hurley MlM A 1 Hak Miss B ' Holmes Mm K J
Hopkins Miss S Jlervey BM .'" Henry Mm F
Henderson IS Heifer Mrs D ' Hubbard Mrs S A
llnchey K HillM - UaunMrsS
Holinuback Mrs MHamuiond Mrs
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JoneaMraA Jennings MrsN James Miss VB
Jones Mrs M 0 Judd Mrs Selab
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Kelly Miss B Krampberd Mrs MKelb Miss R M
Kohu Mrs II Kemp Miss K Kirker Miss S J
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LeidyMissA Loralne Miss I i LionbergerMrswa
Lyfnrd Clara LaretteMra LoydMrsWA
Lee Mrs E Leiss Miss Elite
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McAnley Bridget McDermott A B ' McVarlandMissT
McOonkeyMrs McDownmg Mrs McBreatty Biddy
McCorniick Mrs M Mcl'arland Ura J ;
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Morrell Mm A . Mlnear Mrs E Mansteell A
Mitchell Mias Merchant Mrs J Mead Mrs M h
.MolehxMlssC Moss Miss J S Margana Miss
Mitchell Mis K 0 Marab Miss L U Marshall Mrs 0
MasonMrsSW Marks M is T .. Manning K
Moorman Mrs B Marsh A
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Palmer Mrs A Potter Mrs S : Pent) Mrs Martha
Parker Mrs EL Polaok Mrs F " Parks Md4y
Parker Mrs K K Patterson Miss I Poling Miss Sally
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Kicbanlson Miss Klngoldorfer Mrs Rudy Mrs Sarah
Belle Sophie . Ann'
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Sherlock Mrs B Scofleld Mrs E Stuart Miss II
KhowellMreU Sargent Mrs K M Shaw Miss Jane
Seifert Mhu 0 Seaman Mias E 1 8ackett Miss L
Ntevenson Mrs E Sherlock Mrs V Stoamont MissMay
Stlllimu Mrs R Stivers Mrs X A SiskMrs Margaret
Shaw Mrs Sarab . ...... ,
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Thomson MisnFM Todd Miss Mollle Tittle Vary Ann
Thomas Mm F Toolan Margaret Trindle MissMary
M'horpe Miss Kate Talhott Mary Tobey BarahJ
Thompson Mrs L TopllsonMiss M Tammart Mrs 9
Veasey Miss Jennie Ann '
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White Miss Ann WlnnantsMrsO WorleyMlssB
Ward Miss Belle Wells Miss C 'I Waters Mrs M
Wilson Mrs B R Wilson Miss KlltaWynn Miss R W
WhittenMnC Warren Mrs 0 Wright Miss B
Wella Mus Susan Wagoner MlssS Winn Miss W Ii .
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
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AbbyAJ3 Allen John 1 , Andrews N
Adli'rdi August AUIenJamosP AlbergerLawrenee
Ackem Uharles Arthur J ' Aukncy Peter
Anderson Fred Atwood 3 S Arthur WmB
allNon V A Armstrong Jsmes Armstrong Wm
ArmstrongFenli- Allen Isaac!. Adams Samuel
mind Atkinson John D Auphlnlaugh W L
Anderson JcremyAUJacnh Alexander Wm
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Recket&Ca Bliss Francis M Ba1lengerMA4
Hlyiin4 lUUirin (leant Ellis Bredwell Reuben
Bessinger A Drayton Inaaa i Balwock Wm
Kellfc Jlniihes Bower John UovlerWm
Ben tley Charles HmnssJohn Barry Thomas
Bunny Chris Hloyliuuii liy J HakerWmP f.
BriiiincrAN Bishop J K J Blacklmrn Wm
BinlcvJiuncs UrayWmM, Brickie Si Facklen
li.iker John A Uetker Theodore berg
l!ry;ir.t .lame M HislopTH83 Barraclnugh Chat
Bni.. John D Brent Simuel Bartollmioni D
l niliT.li.lui Black William llacheliler J S
liorliam Wiillmn Bnwen 0 W Bise Junes
Hnrgei tV'm Bailey K P Bailey M G
Browne KWSCo Bainitc D O- BirdH
BrowuCaptJ WSBrownRevB Brown J Holmes
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Clements A E Corning St Co Caldwell JiCo
!ox AH Correl Chas Chambost Benolt
'arson A D & R CrewBenJ L Cox Uracv
CavimnaUioranniCoolidge fcilnln CConlroy Darld
!oinst!k Frank Cony Gov W Conelin (leo
Chandler Eil A Crosby Edward Carney Dennis
Cuhlnell OeoJ CoeFA Con John
Cross John B Custer John CarrJohn
'ogian II V Cross J 0 Coglan Henry .
Conaway Col J B Coleman John B Cowing K N
Cohen Mudle A Cohen I, Currin Patrick
1anliyMenit Chapman I. Ii Crawford Kami
V raf ton Wm Cole W m A Csmby Wm M 3
Coloman W T CoCharlton Thou Cook Jas W 'i
Culolian den W S Clark Hugh Collins Samuel
Cl.irk .1 0 Conk Harmon T Cooper It Crane
Cook Merrit Cook B Cooper JaiW
Cooper Allen Campbell II B
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DeLignyfl DillsDrCO . DevaryJS
Duncan John Dudley M J Douglas Richard
Jirrt!liiTopl DrincollEM Daniel James
DlitenhaverHen'yDuffy R J Davis William 0
Hash Cyrus Dewey (laorge Dawson James S
Dunn James Donnellon PuL'r. Dilley William
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Ellis Charles 0 BmenonBJ Edwards Dr J D
Kvelyn John Krvin Stephen Evans Mr
Krnst John Elliott Jaines Eitwanla Isaac
Urwin Charlie KhlmanuUB Ellington llenry
Karl Will S
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Friedman A & N FoleyAlfreil fink Frederick
Ford John B Forties John orO Frasber L
FramplonThnsJ Flattery ThosT 1 FlemmlngO W
KninklinUW FlynnJames ' Forbes John W
French Lucius B Felior Melchior Tares Spliastian
KIslici'SH.'mer Farrell Bernard Fisher Edward W
Fisher Isiai Footjosfph - Fox Louis
Foley Rev P - Finney Tom. sen .
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(lavln J Wallace Oroesbel Clias T OsleAIIkCo
Oilker Francis H Oerhard Kmil Grey Elias
lirantEV Ouswiler Daniel OriswoldUeo
(iiusa-ay David C Gavin D K Gilham John
(iibkons John GrayJohnS Gainer John
Oii. rin Harry Gllmoie John B Gross Jos
Gallagher JK Gee Henry Graves Dr J P
GwiiiJohn Gould Le Roy . Garner I. 8
GioomesR . .', OhalagerWm Guilford WHU.
GaskiusSA Graveii S D
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Hopkins Ben E Henderson D 0 Hector Peter
HayneDrAP HokerUeorge . Ilarman Wm B
HnichesonAM HoweKP Hay Stafford
HillChasW HayiHeorgeW Iloraley S
lloeringA Hicks Ueorge F Hilton T 8
Hunt A St Co Henry George P Humphrey Wm
HoliivMChJU House Barid Hoffmann BD
Hull Daniel C Hardy Theodore Hllker August
Helming John ' HoweWmT ' Hern Andy
Hopkins HE Hogg Thomas Herri mau Chas
Hermann John Harris Edward B Unldridge A
Heagny James Hamilton H Hukhison 0 J9
Horn John IiallJohn Hubert John G
Hamilton U Horbets Capt II Hortjets Capt R
Harris John V Howard D Harris JohuT
Henderson B Hogan Peter Uall George
UarrisGeo Hamilton WmR ,
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Jester 0 J Joyce W E Johnson Wm
Jackson A L John Wm M Johnson W A B
JackronOM Jones DrGl Johnson T N
Jenkins E Jones John Jones TH
Jolly John B S Johnson J 8 Jones Samuel
Jabell J W Johnson Heury.
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King John A Kramer fcRolun Kendall S J
King J H Kenney B 9 Kinnar.l J
King Rufus Kopman B K Kenkel H
KellyJoseph Kmpp F Knowlton IT
Kelly James Knox Ellas Kemper 11 F
Kelly Wm Keridrick B P Kenning U
Kennln'A .;. ; Kunkel B ,., , ' KeslerJ
KendrkkC KeouerlyJ 1 KerrM W
KillbumCO Keown H ' Kennedy Wm I
Kemper CH .Kamp Joseph Knight W A
Knight Albert Kinney. Junes .
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1,'iwrT 0 Lovelsnd R J Lower Lew
Lowry Alex Lahrman Frnrl Lawrence M B
Larrib A A Livingston K J Lax too Robert
l.arrib Llghthart D H Lawler Patrick
LuUillen'. x A J Lamrnen B1 Ludlgsr Sui'l B
lehmer Wm
Littrell Wm
Lafargo 8
Mely Michael
Mella Martin
Macay Nelson
Maltl.y K K
Manual Robert
Mulay Patrick
MygattPhll V
Marion y Robert
Moorman 1
Miles Then
Mathews Thos
fllusser Wltten
Mnrduok Tboa
Minor Ham
Marsh WmN
sillier ft Co
Morse Blw
ManonWS
Martin Bern hart
Martin Jas D
Martin Melvil -Martin
Wilson
Martin Niclas
Martin Simon
Morgan J P
Madnn Hugh
Mil II in Josh
Michael John
1. yen Jacob
Morrill J N
Malum John
Macs
HcCameronOea McKenny Peter McDowlWmR
McCameron Mr McLeodDr McDevltte Wm H
W McKlnley Robt L McGeeheThomas
McCnllyWB Co McKay Neil W
McLeay T J McMahon Phint'n McOmber John A
McKown Key J L McGregor James McGeeheDrWmJ
d McFurland Peter McNeil John
McDonahoWII UoNaulJohn
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Newman Chas W NllesE lor 0 Nells Wm
Nugent Geo
Norris Nathaniel
Orr Andrew
OdellElbhaH
O'Keien llenrv
Ogleshy J H ft Co Oliver Richard
Osier Michael
OdmrTU
Olofl'er Michael
U'Carroll Thomas
O'Connor Joseph,
Paddock GJ3
Perry at Lea
Peallr
Pickens Amos
Paul Altry
Hummer E L
Paker O A
Perrin Henry
Preston JT
Peck Henry T
Piuton Jas a
Pouell Hiram
Paul Joseph
Perrv John
Puster Louis
Poster O
Paton Wm
Patten S K
Peebles S S
Pierce W B
Palmer De Wit
Clinton
Phillips RevO
Pettlcolas Ed F
Poster Joseph
Peterson General Prescott J K 2
fhlllliis Wm
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Roberts IB . Rice John G RutterJas
Roilaera Phelan Richards J J Riter I F
Rodgers James & Bobbins ChandllerRowebaok Jlotart
Cn 1 Itou. riontt.ll
KvteJas
Rogers Geo Keedy 6
Robinson W H H Russell G T
Robinson Chas V Rioors Eber
Robinson Geo Ranger G
Robinson J J Roser Gen
Ryan Michael
Kutsell Robert
Riggs P D
Hoick Wm
Ritchie S D
Reid Samuel
Rhodes Wm
KiceCU KeeiiJHKCo
Richardson 9 L Kites Henrv
mcnanis r
Rorn T X
Kalston Walter
Smith AlbettG
Smith Andrew
Smith George
Rutherford Jacob Rose Talbert
luker llenry Keedy Win
Smiths
Smyth Douglas Q Smith Robert
Smith Jamas S Smith Robert Burt
Smith Jamea&Co Smith W H
Smith In. & Co Smith TB
Smith U W 3
Slisw Duncan
Scott David
Shafer George H
Slater George
Swaney F
Small T W 8
St. John Henry
r-prague G II
Slianton Jas T
Scaaser Jacob
Sullivan Mich HO
SulllvanLawronce
Sldwoll N H
Shreve Richard J
Silman Peter
gadoid R S 2
Stone Silas
Stalcy 8 D
Scudder Sidney
Bcott Wm
Scott Charles A
Scott J Hi
Stephens Chas
Stephens Thos J
Herum Alvin
Spurr Benjamin
Sunnan Joseph
StoddartAlexanderStebbera John M Fhrtra W W
Nnarnunns Btoekdale Capt J tjtulinswm
Small Geo 8 T SkeltonJH
Sullivan Wm Shear Edward 0 Stockwell J L
Swift WmF Stumer GP Simons Joseph
SaundemThos Slack Francis M Simley Leander
Snider Thogge Strlbley Georae Sutherland Lewis
Steele TheodoreS Stoppengrett U- Sua Louis St Co
Sterling S (Clifton)
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Tavlor Josenh 3 Thnmnaon Thos J Toil O W
TaylorTBbCo Tucker Joseph Thomson T G
Xuckermann prof Thompson wm Bl Teal A H
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Thomas M
Tuttle Abner
Tallmadge n P
'Pulleys J
Taff Major K
Treher HlnunB
Todd M 3
Thomas Rhys M
Thomas W F
Thomas C 0
'I ihhs,Patton& Co
Towles B F
Tmcv Geo
Thomson John
Towinley 0 V
Thompson John BTod Oliver P
Tate Wm Magnus Tooles John
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Vincent Albert W
W
Walker & Hale
Walker T
White Prof R
White Samuel
White Jas A
Williams Chas E
Williams John M
Williamson John
Williamson Sam
Wilson Frank L
Wilson Leonidasn
Wright Henry
Wilson J II
Wright, Blake Hi
Co
WickhjimThosB2
Woodslde Samuel
Waterman Walter
Welch Timothy
Woods T J
Wei land Tom
WilinotW W
WoodruSMilton
Wheeler W
Wheeler AB&CoWarren AL
Wheeler R II iWarrenlDr D J
Walker Edw H
White Frank
White A
Walker
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'arren Henrv
Williams Thos
Williams Wm
Williams WL
Woolmer Chas
Wilson Andrew
Weid ner Thos K Wasson Hinton
WIlmoreF.dwin Winder John M
Wesley Fred ' Wilder Josiah 3
WestFH Wells Ira
WhatchE Webb 8 II 3
Warhken Geo Woodard Jas
Ware GO WregglttJai
i.idner Ellas T WhittingtonN
wnippieuco at
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Young Augustus Young Isaac
iviin u. r Amr.n, r. m
Logan Aihun - Linker Henry
Lewis KB Levy Iic
Leenanl OWa Lewis J 111 Co
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Morris, Gardner tMaynard A W
Wilkes . Mykranti C
Morris Wm M'grueConQ
Morris Chas B Myers Anton
Moore Thus W Maxwell & Bros
Miller a) Sherraw Mangold A
Miller & Bro i Mann K B Jt Co
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN COVINGTON POST
OFFICE November 1, lih
Adams Henry Arnold J E Albright Chas
Aborn M rs 8 Bolton Joseph N Bennett Thomas
Booth Mary J lllairMissS Bower John
Ban James Bagby J W Bagby H F
BoydJohn BeachGeorge Blair M
uisiiop airsi uimyMrDl uoom James
Brolley Daniel Banks 1 Burns Bridgetl
Ravan John Burdett J A Ban v John
Cutting Mary A CowllngaMrs J V CornganMr
ColllnsChaa Connor WmN CarrMrsK
Carey Mary CronninJohu DoddaMnM
Donnevan Pat Dietrich J Davis Mrs M
Dai r Mrs J DountonDrW Drew Charles
Drake Frank DudlevGJ DoraWmV
Fidwards A EwertMissJS El lis Mr
Kilchnald Bridget Farl 11 ins Celia Fury William
Fink Peter FitigeraldJ Fax Arthur
FenkleMrsR Foster K A ' Flenners Miss J
FeaUierbyMisslIFurich WJ Gordon
Haley Henry Hays Cladlus B Haughtonjohn
HanksMraltichanl Huston Wm A Harlan Mrs M It
Hall J 9 Hardriek Henny Hunlin Miss M B
HeiisingherMN Uorton Elizabeth Hesse A
Hart William Hern Catharine Holland MImC
Jackson Loury Jackson John Jeffreys Mrs W A
Keene Morris 11 Kearney S W Karr Frank
Lane Liuie C W Lock wood James Lee Miss Ella
Lcfebre B F Livingston F A Lauxterman H
McOeorgeJH Morns T N McLoughlin Clara
.Mulliem Miss M McKoun Patrick Mussellmnn Sal lie
McMnhan Mary Mann Charles McCoy Mrs E 51
murpny Alien mcuonnougu jas monigomei-y 1.
Marks Josephine Manes Peter Mulbery Samuel
rauunan Aim DiurrymtasA urrueorge
Powell J A Packett G W Plunimcr F A
Peeres L K Perkins Wilson 3 Parkinson Mrs M
PughMrs.lanea Uu inn Margaret UulckMrs
Ouinn U M
Kawdora Judge - Kngers Ann Eliza
Robinson Russell Ranking S C
Robertson John
Rogers Mrs Ryan Dennis
KufTner Elisabeth
Robins WE
RitchardsonLydia
Squire Parker K
Still Francis M
Stanley It Johnson
Smnenson Miss M
Taylor Miss Lizzie
itogers Frank . Roberts llenry
Roberta Lvdia Rose George
SpillmanRS, MDScmple Mrs
Swamy Cornelius Sullivan J P
Stevenson Wm Shaw D D
Small F Harrison Spang John II
Shuro Jaf k A Simmer Wm
Tighe Mrs Anne Taylor James
lennew neorge
Tavlor AG TimberlakeGeo Tavlor 8 L
Thomas M lis T Taylor Jos Thompson MS
van unoKssaran neaverueo vraiaer DirsKiisa
Welch Richard WorronMmS Wocker Mlaa Maria
Walsh Mrs John WheelerMraJaneWhite Wm
Wonoff Gabriel WirthLindnig Wheak Mrs Jane B
Williams Mrs L Wieland John Yancey Mrs Rose
W. D. HOLT, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN THE POST OFFICE
at Newport, Ky., November it
Amtman B Allen Thos . Basset ST
Bowling Jas
Bareto Sue
Byrna Mary A
Rennet Wm II Bay ley A
Baylltr Mm Mary Bofiien Mrs F
Dinger August Liggett Jas
Fowler Wm 3 Fowler Matilda
Fleming Miss M Flether MissAnns
GabbsClus GaorgeJWS
Uard Mrs K T Goodbrad MIssC
iiuniapueo
French Geo W
Graff Jacob
Gasaway Mary
nays ratricK
Hemphill Mrs M
llatmaker B
iieuen vatnerine iiaraeeg jnary
Hart Jos
Hard Alias Murv
Hall Geo
Jollv H
Holt Chas II
Jones E L
LemtngSallie
MixllV
Jackson A A
Koefe Mollle
King Ellen E
Lyons Liaeie A .
Miles Mary
Miller MissO J
Manton Mary 3
MolTey Noah
murphy .
Mills JB
Uorton Martin Wm J
Manual I Mrs W
PeetMrsA
Ratlley Mrs Louisa
Ryan M B
OttGeo
rarynrsn
Richer Jas II
Uoblnson 8
Riter Mary M
Richards Jas
HarverPW .
Shirley Thna
Thomas Albert
Wheeler Mrs J
Kyan men
Rumbold Jas
Stevens Maggie J Scanlan Mary
Sebree Ellen M Smacker Francis
Weener John 2 Wbelton Kate
Wagner Wm Weaver J I
Postoulce is open on Sunday from nine till ten
o'clock. J. . A. FOSTER, P. M.
DENTAL CARDS.
WM. M. HUNTER,
DENTIST,
noS ' 390 Vlue.atreot.
0. BON8Lt. H. A. SMITH
BON9ALL & SMITH,
DENTISTS,
No. 11S West Mix th. struct,
CINCINNATI. sepl-cm
J. TAFT,
(Huccossor to Knowlton A Taft.)
DENTIST,
No. 5 West Fourth Mt., bet. Wnlnut As Viu
CINCINNATI. OHIO.
Sp2 -
I. U HASIUST. . B. SMin.
Drs. IIAMLEN & SM1T1I,
DSNTISTS,
No. 3 Wert KsurtU U
I7S
I. WA1DI.
DKS. WARDLX & DOUGHTY, "
DENTISTS,
OSoo No. UH West Fourth street,
UlNUlNNATt.OUlv
BUSINESS CARDS
OANDYI CANDY
, .ojBBJSBsJOsass.
H- N OXMjSLJEUBLf -:
... i
(Bnoosssor to Mms a Co,) .
Manufacturers aud Wliolei.tle, Dealrs
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,'
40 . MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
mylT
Door IiOCKS, '
Rs R. CAR AND SWITCH LOCKS.
. . Door and Gate-Spriugi,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
SILVER-PLATED DOOR-PLATE,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public aro respectfully iuvited to call and ex
amlus the various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
OKU.G McGUEGOit,
no2cm Ho. 133 Fifth-street, 2d door from Bace.
a
A. B. COLVILLE,
Nettle Maunfnotgrer,
3
No. 41 East Soeond-street, between Sycamore and
Broadway, Cincinnati, keeps every iltsoription of
Counter. lMntfnrm, Cattle, Knilroad Depot,
and Track Soalea) Trucks,
Iron VVaaona, oko.
opalr ng done on the shortest notice, nol-asa
HENRY DAVID,
No. 378 MAIN-STREET
BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH,
T11ANUFACIURKR AND IMPORTER
J.TJH
of
Soaps, Perfumery Fancy Goods, cVe.,
Which I will sell cheaper thau any other place In
tho city. Yon will And a large assortment of EX
TRACTS at 2S eents'per bottle. oclt
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
VH MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, 0.
KITREDQE Sc F0L30M,
65 St. Charles street, Not Orleans, La.,
Importers) of Guns ofc Hportlntr Appnratua,
AND DR1LEB8 lit ODN P0WD1B.
ItlCHARD KENNEDY,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. 17 Stnto.gtreet, Columbia, Ohio.
NT Agont for the WEEKLY SCIENTIFIC ART
ISAN, ocll-am
RAILROAD HOTEL,
(Fronting the Steamboat Landing.)
Nortli-east Corner Broadway and Front.
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
R. F. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
oc7-cm
WM. . MOREHOUSE & CO.,
BAXUrACTUaEES AND DEALERS IN
IURNIIURE, CUAIRS, AND ALL
-M. kinds of Mattresses and Bedding, at the old
stand, No. 136 Sycamore-street, east side, between
Fourth and Fifth-streets, seventh store above
Fourtli-stroot. Church Pews lined and cushioned.
All orders promptly attended to. ocl-cni
PULLAN b WILLlAMsON,
(At the old stand of Pullan, Hatfield A Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
No. 61 WIST SECOND ST.,
OUonrsTATI.
josipb rtrixABi. former ly of Pnllan, Hatfield a Brown
wm.b. wiluahsoh. iira-iuw
H. CAMPBELL & CO..
MANUFACTURERS OP BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes
Etc Also, Agents for the sale of lrouton Star Neils
Waroroouis No. 1 East Beoond Street, Clncluuat 1
Ohio.
sur-All tinas iron mane m oraer iio
LIINDIBT SVL. JAMES TKBEY
L. BYL & UO.,
CLEANERS OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
Nn. on sixth-street, tietwoen Vina and Race, in
th. Medical College, Ciucinuuti, Gbio. Persons who
mav favor ns with their natronago.can rely ou punc
tuality aud low prices. sopl-ay
PHILADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. H Fl FTH-STKEET, SOUTH 81 DE,
(Near the corner of Vine,)
C. U VICKEKH, Proprietor.
Ovatora and Game served In all styles. Meals at all
hours. unlrm
Money! JTloncy! rfloncy!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Removed from 30 West Hlxth-atreet. '
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at No. 173 Vlna-strent, betwiwn
soin-tii aim nun. n
Book Binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
fourth-street, between Main aud Sr tanioro. Cin
cinnati.
SMrKe-blndlng In every style, nnsl i Books neat
ly aud durably bound. 0. UBOl'PKU.
I yz-rim i
Boots and Shoes Just Received.
J. II. DETERS,
No. S:i Went FonrtbRtreet,
II
AS JUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID
assortment of the renowned Philadelphia
BOUTS aud BUOKS. for men's wear. Call anil nee
them. oc2X
J. J. BUTLER'S
Hxcelsior fluid fnks.
Manufactory, 39 Vlue Mt. 14
D. OE FOREST,
Hook Hinder and Pa tier Ruler.
Third story Times Building, will do ah work In bl
line wl th noatneas aud dispatch. jyat-lv
ANDERSON AHANNAEORD, Architect,
Manchester Bnlldlng, t.
M. W. oorsrer Third and Syenmore its.,
)VI ; CINCINNATI, OHIO.
MEDICAL CARDS.
JHl.SAItl'L SILSREE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
TUG SKIN, RHEUMATISM, D1SKABKS Ok"
WOMKN, and such Ohronio complaints as may he
benefitted by tho Hvgyenlo and Atmopatbio system
of hlsofflco. ...
Vapor, Snlphnr, Iodine, Arsenlo, Mercury, Tur-
klsh, Bnssian and Klectro-Chemlcal Baths, a Us
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Kleotrio
and Magnetio Apparatus.
MO. 67 WIST SIXTH-STRICT.
aweiBce h.nrs A. II. to S P. an 19-tH
DR. WILSON,
A GRADUATE OP EDINBURd, SCOT-
xm. land, and well known In this city for his
professional skill In tbo treatment of Private Pis
oases of either sex, haw removed his office from No.
Mi West fourth-street to No. 321 Walnut, between
Klghtli and Ninth. The Doctor, from the earliest
period of his professional career, has made this most
Important branch of medicine his esclusive spe
ciality, aevoung an ni, powars or mind ana tune in
nerfectlDg his traatmuut aa far as tk imnionae uro
gram in these diseases niakos It desirable, the Doc
tor o as aiso engagoti an eminent ana general prac
titioner of this city, with whom he may consult,
with the consent of tho outlent. should the orravltv
of the case demand It. Persons at a dlatano ad
drawing th. Doctor for advice will please inclose a
postage stamp. Auurims UK. J. wlliHUN,
liotti No. .Ill Walnut-street. Cincinnati.
Its S. NEWTON, M. D.
Offlo, , 90 West Seventh Street,
. atTirm TIN AID liOa,
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
Ornor No. Wl West Seventh street, between Vine
and Usee. IttainKNcs No. .11 Heveulli street, be-
Mn Walnut ml V h.. II.PIOB Hnllu. T. to H
i a, a.i it i .ti I, Hiiiioo r. n.
; SEWING MACHINES.
The Latest Improvement
l, BROWN'S SHUTTLE 1
SEWING MACHINES!
MANUFACTURED V BY THE OHIO
Sewing Machine Company, 40 Went fourth
eipresslr adapted for family Use, Dr-s Mak
ing, Gaiter S ilting and Tailoring. Warranted to
give perfect satisfaction or th. money returned. Do
not fall to examine before purchasing. Kxtra in
ducements offerod to Agents.
.,, , . , Ii. BROWN, Agent,
not-tm 1 ' tOWnst Fourth-street.
BAItTLETT'S
Patent. Improved " Novelty "
. . ; FAMILY : ' :!
SEWING MACHINES!
Prices of
II A X JD MACHINES.
$6, S7, SO
TREADLE MACHINES,
. , flO, $IG, $20.
THE "NOVELTY" II AS NOW BE
COME one of the permanent and valuable Ma
chines ol the day. The recent PREMIUMS and
DIPLOMAH awarded to us at several of the late
FAIRS bold in.
INP1ANA, ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN,
And the largo demand in OHIO, Is a sure evidence
of tliu appreciation of the merits of the "Novelty."
The increasing demand has Induced us to enlarge
our manufacturing department, which will now enu
Ills ns to Ull all ordure promptly.
Sales-room anil (leneral Depot, 4G Hlltll-stieot.
BUT AOKNT8 WANTKD.
oczsaw H. K. UHUIJINS, General Agent.
LADD, WEBSTER oe CO.'S
LOCK STITCH
SEWING MACHINES, ,
80 West Fourth-stroet,
Between Vlue and Walnut-streets, Cincinnati,
BXr Send for a Circular. mU
REMOVAL.
WILTSEE BROTHERS,
, -DIALERS IN
YOUKTO'S Improved Two-Threaded lock-Stitch
FAMLLYSEWING MACHINE
$35, $30 and $35.
No. 82 Flftli-slreet,
WILIi BKMOVE, OUTOBIB 1, TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
Over Beggs A Smith's.
SWA gents wanted. Address "
W1LTHEK BH.OTHEKS, Aaents,
ocl P. O, Box 2,3011, Cincinnati, O.
$30. $30. $30. $30.
MOORE'S
Thirty-Dollar BouHe Lock-Stitch
SECURE) BY KEOKNT LETTERS PATENT.
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
NOUNCED by all competent Judaea, who
have seen it, to be the beet and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, retrardleaa
f price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from the very thickest to the very flnestfabrlcs wade,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
No oil la used on top of the Mae bine.
Seud lor a clroular. or call and see it in operation.
Opou early application, State and County Bights uiay
be secured.
An energetlo person can make a fortune In a short
lime. Agents wanted in all unsold territory.
II. C. BDRTMAN,
8c le and exclusive agent for the United States,
sepUfnit t8 West fourth-street, Cincinnati.
"Sloat &Co.
sewing machine!!,
OTITCHING THE SAME ON BOTH
sides, leaviug no ridge or chaiu, and Impossible
to ravel. For upend, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Elliptic Machine is without a rival.
Clnolunati, Otfloe 5'i West fourth atreet.
. sep2H1 . .
Wi B. DODDS,
formerlyof Hall, Dod ils At)o.:lateOrlian,DodJsCo.
U . II. DoM & Co.,
MSNVfAOTUBItU or THI
Fire and Ilurglar Proof
SAFES!
S. W. Corner of Vine A Second Streets.
Thl la ths most reliable F1RH AND BUROLA
PHOOV SAf K that is nnnle in the United State., and
Is warranted perieciiy tree irotn uanip. uan ve sola
at lower prices, aim is oi
better workmanship thau
ean be found elsewhere.
TT O U.,. B I., bmuihudihuu UDIMI, mill .in UO-
termluod to sell at prices that cauuot fall to please.
W. I. . V. -I - Jk .
Old Safes
Taken In sxebange. HKOOND U AND BAfES al
ways on band at extremely low prices. 97
Gias Fixtures,
AT REDUCED IIUCES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
varietv and best selected wmortment of (3a.
Fixtures in Cinciunati. consisting of all that la new
or desirable In the Gas Fixture Hue.
We warran t every Fixture we sell to be eqnal, both
In material aud finish, to any that la sold In this o
any other market, and in audition will giiarant'
them to retain their color and remain perfect for live
years from the time they are pnt up by us.
van, see, ana eiauiiue ourstocK,
Mchenry a carbon. 1
Jy21-cm 1M Main street, near Fourth
ROOFING! UOOFINti!
THE "OTJTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC BOOKING" is offered to the publlo
as the best and cheapest Metal Roof now used, Its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. Wo solder used fasteuod securely with
out exposure to the action of theelementa.
rrenareu sneeis, ooxea lor snipmeut to any pari oi
the United States, ean be annlled bv anv one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
CALDWELL A CO,
ivia.tr 1 wMinMinnn itmi.
JEWELRY.
" II. P. 13 III AS'
New Wholesale
WATCH & JEWELRY llOtSfi
16 West Fourth Street.
Where ean be bad every article appertaining to the
Business at a much lea price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered In this market.
Q I VI U9 A CALL'
And see for yonrsolves. " ai4
WM. WHITAKER,
JEWELER,
No. MX N. B. Cor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwe
. nsinui hiu . me, uiucinuaii.
AgoodassortmnntofSILVKBand PLATED WAR
HPE0TACL8, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Spaoial attention given to Cleaning and Repairing
wamnesana jeweiry, mym
BEGGS sb SMITH, No. 0 West 4th St.
ARE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry,
silverware sou anauvniu.
.., . -AMO-
A Una assortment of Plated Tea BU and Cutlery
and Opera (Mas. ;" -JH
WILLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW.Obsse Buildings, No. 6 (Cast Tlilrd.
Itrosi, sepo-av
-stnet,
a
A,
INSURANCE1 1:7
B Y,r S T A T E ; A V T H 0 EITT .
Viv;.
Incorporated 1 81 9. Charter Perpetual
KrAgeiKy established In Clnclnnattin 1 S'25, an
tedating all present local InsnranceOompaniesahd
Agencius in the Insurance buslnexa in this city. 33
years conitant dnty here, eomblnod with wealth, ex
porleuco,;nterprlae and liberality, eNpecialty com
mend tbe ASTN A Insurance Company to the t'arora
blo patronage of this communlky etitndlngsolitary.
and alone, the sole survivor ami living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of IS'AS.
Losses paid In Ciiiclutinil during pnst Five
Venrs, 813tM)3l !7.
CashOapital$l,000,000.
.ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED.! WITH A
SIJKPLUS OV 1,030,423 80.
And the prestige of 10 years success and expowenoe.
INVIBTIIBNTI Or
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OP SI4tOUU,000, l.OSHEM
Have beou paid by tlis 2Ktu Insurance Company In
the past 40 years.
Fire and IulundNavianiilon. Bisks accepted
at terms consistent with solvency and fair proftts.
Especlal attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to y a.
Application made to any duly .nthorlsed Agent
Promptly attended to. By strictattentinn to a legit
mate Insurance business, this Company is enabled
to otter both indemnity for the past and security for
thefutnre. P llcins Issued without delay by
J AH. Ii. OA .TICK, Agent, No. 10 Main street.
A. T. PaTO i, Assistant Agent..
H. K. L1ND Elf, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKE I, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward, ant
CONSOLIDATION
or
Fire and Marine Insurance Agencies
-or TH
OF HAKTFORD, CONN.
Offloes: Nob. 171 Vine and 40 Maia-streeta,
CINCINNATI.
Cnsh Capital $1,0110,00)1 110
Awsets.... $J,OJO,4i3 HO
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
inform their friends and patrons thatthey have
this day entoed Into partnership, under the nnnio
and Btyle of CARTKR & LINDSEI, as the Fire aud
Marine Insurance Agents of the T'.tria, Iuaurace
Company, of Hartford, Conn., and have therefore
consolidated thoir separate Agencies. For tbe con
venience of their customers and others, they con
tinue both offices, No. 171 Vine and No. 40 Main
street, where they will he pleased to hear from their
frlonds, and trust thatthepntronHge that has hitherto
boon so liberally bestowed to each will uot dimiuish
by the union thus formed.
CARTER LINDHEY,
JAMKS II. CARTER. a.-nia.
HENRY K. LINDSKY. J Aaenta.
Cincinnati, November 1, 18B9. nolam
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND POWER,) '
Anal nil kinds nt Prinlina IHnterlnls, Noa.
173, 175 mid 177 West Henond-atrcet,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
1 SPECIAL ATTENTION 18 CALLED
li to our MKIM, J it It 11 Fit. Within thn last
eighteen iiiuuIIih wo have introduced tbeui into four
teen iliiterent Ktates of the tnioii, with the greatest
satisfaction to tbe parties purchasing. The power is
implied to the center of the platen! consequently
there is no pissibillty of its springing from any
amount of prerisure. The motion is ho transmitted
to It as In cause a dwell on the mint of contact with
the form, insuring A PIIRFEOT IMPRESSION nt
a high rate of speed.
Printers in wnut of the BEST JOBUER should
not piitvhaaa elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable aud rapid, and
are WARRANTED to givo the uioet entire satis
faction. no3
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Important Improvement!
WELIiiPATENT
mnT niiTii (inniiiTf
UJJUIiHU 0IIII1YU 11
WBiatiH ONLY B3 LBSI M ANOFACTUBKD,
WUOLKSALK AND RETAIL, BY
BENNETT & CO.;
Jyji-am Hvcamore street, below Fifth.
HALL'S PATEll'T.
mm
milE MOST KELI ABLE FIRE ANK
JL BURGLAR PROOF 8AFKS. They have giver
more satisfaction than any other now in nun.
Wo offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND UOI,.
LARS to auy person that ran, up to the present
tline.showa single Instance wherein they havefalle.1
to preserve their contents.
With this SAFE wo challenge all competition, n
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fir'
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing t
test with any establishment in the Union, and tin
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, the sul
Of $2,000.
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at lee
cost, than any other manufacturer in the Unite
States. -,
Vecond-hand Safes of othor makers, also on ham'
Wereapeotfully invite the public to call andexau
Ine onr stock before purchasing e Isewhere,
HALL, CaRROLL A CO.,
ang!2-ayt Una. 1.1 anil 17 Bast Colnmbla street. ,
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
STEAM TO GLASGO.. .LIVERPOOL, HELTAS'I
iuuuiD An, lii'iimjaiiaua
F011 $30. v
' ' iao wswroag. '
lliiaaow, Thomson, Weilnesday, Aug. Jt, at 12 no.'.'
Kdlnbiirah.Cummlng., Wednesday, Juue I, "
fllnaaaw. Thomson...... . , " , July 0, "
KdlBbnrgh,Cumming.. " July 27, "
rmo olaisow. '
EdlnhiirliiCummicg...Saturday, Mayf ,
Slnaaiaw, ThomHB.,.Wednesday, July , -dln6arh,Cumuiiug.
... " July J. (i
Bates of Passage from New York, Philadelphia i i
Boston, to Glasgow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dubliu c
Londonderry, first class, ti, Hteerage, found wltl
an aboadauoe of properly-cooked provisions, fsitO.
An experienced Hurgeuu attached to each steamei
No charge for modlclnea.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
ap27 UOLtRT OttAltf, 17 Broadway.
mm
ITlllAIl CO.,
tnnMBSffffi
RAILROADS.
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
TIIBOUOU WITHOUT CHANGE OsT CABS.
Two Daily Trains lor Vlncennna,, Cairo aud St.
Louis, at (i:(K) A. M ami 3tl P. M.., .
Three Daily Trains for Louiavillo, at 9:00 A.M.,
2:UI P. M., and 8:311 If, M. '
One Train ior Evansville at 3:30 P. M.
The Trains connect at St. Louis for all points In
Kansas aud Nebraska, Hannibal, Qufncy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, VicAsburg,
Natchez and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at 8:30 P. M.
ItiTDBNiMU Fast Line Leaves East St. ton Is,
Sundays excepted, at 6:90 A. M., arriving at Ciucin.
nuti at 10:10 P.M.
KxPRiKS Tsais Leaves East St. Lonls dally at 2i40
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati ut 11:48 A. M.
' FOR THllOUOll TICKETS
To all points West aud South, please apply at (ha
offices, Waluilt-street House, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
House Oibce, and nt tha Depot, corner Frou t and Mill -streets.
W. 11. CLKillENT.lien'I.Huperintendeut.
Omnibuses call for passengers. oc29
JUNE 20, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
RAILROAD FOUR DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THE
Sixth-street Depot. ....
Trklns ran throngh to Indianapolis, Lima, San
dusky and Cleveland without change of cars.
Throngh Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North,
ern and North-western cities.
A. 01. EXPKKMH TRAIN (Oolombus time,
which issoveu minutes faster thau ininnati) For
Clovelaud and Pittsburg, via Delaware, makes close
connection at Crestline tor Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Philadelphia and New York; and at Cleveland for
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Bostn and Ne York. Also, con
nects at Dayton with Dayton and Michigan Road for
Troy. Piqua, Sidney, Lima, Tolndo, Detroit, Fort
Wayne and Chicago, reaching Toledo at 3:30, Detroit
at 0:00, and Chicago at 7:20 P. MyQulncr and Oalena
at 7 A.M. Also, at Dayton with Greenvilleand Miami
Road, lor Greenville, Union, Winchester and Muu
cle. Also, connects at Richmond with Indiana Cen
tral Uoad, for Indianapolis, Lafoytte,bicago, Terra
Haute, St. Louis, aud all Western cities. Also, at
Richmond with Cincinnati and Chicago Road, lor
Anderson, Kokomo and Peru. A Iso, connects with
Junction Railroad nt Hamilton for Oxford.
S A. 111. AIA1I. TRAIN Fit Dayton, Spring,
field and Sandusky Connects nt Haniluaky with
STBAMBR for DKTBOIT; at UKllANAforCOLUM.
BUS; at Forest with Pittsburg. Fort Wayne and Chi
cago Road, East and West; at Clyde with C. and To
ledo Road for Cleveland and Butfalo, Toledo, Detroit
and Chicago. This train also connects at DLA.
WARE with the C, 0. A 0. Road for Cleveland aud
points Kant; alsooonnects at Hamilton with Junction
Railroad for Oxford.
4i0 P. III. TRAIN-For Dayton, Nprlngfleld
and Bellefontaine: Connects at Richmond for In
dianapolis, Terra Haute, St. Lonis and Chicago.
Also, connects with Junction Bailroad at Hamiltou
for Oxford,
6r.HI. TRAIN For Dayton, Troy, Plqua, Sid
ney, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Fort Wayne and Chi
cago, ronchlug Chicago at 8 A. M,
SM" The 6 and 8 A. M. trains connect at Cleveland
with steamers for Buffalo.
For further luformation and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 109 Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
tbe new Ticket Office, on the west side cf Vine-street,
between Postofflce aud Unmet House; at the WaluK
Street House, or at the Six th-street Depot.
auli : . D. MoLAKEN, Superintendent.
COMMENCING APRIL 1859.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Four Trains Daily.
EXPRESS TRAINS.
First Train No. 1 El plena, at 6 A. M., connects via
Columbns and Cleveland, via ('olumbus, Crestline aud
Pittsburgh, via Oolumbuj, Steubenvillo and Pitts
burgh, Detroit via Cleveland aud steamer. This Train
stops, betwean Cincinnati aud Columbus, at Love,
land, Door hold, Morrow. Xenla, Oedarville, South
Charleston, London and West Jefferson. ,
Second Train N o. 2 Express, at a:3u A. M., couneots
via Columbus, Bnllair and Benwood; Wheeling; rla
Columbus, Steubenvilleand Pittsburg: via Uolnmbus.
Crestline and Pittsburg: ia Colunubus aud Cleve.
land; Detroit, via Cleveland aud steamer; White Sul
phur Station, via Springfield. This Train stops be
Iwoen Cincinnati and Columbus, at Plaiuvllle, Mil
ford, Mlamiville, Loveland, DeerUeld, Morrow, Cor
win, Spring Valley, Xenia and London.
Third Traln-Acconiniodation, at 4:40 P. M for
Columbns and Springfield.
Fourth Train-Night Express, at 11:30 P. M.i eon
nects via Columbns, Bel lair and Benwood; Wbeellagl
via Columbus, Steubenville and Pittsburg; via Vo
lumbus, Crestilue and Pittsburg: via Columbus and
Cleveland. This train stops at Loveland, Morrow.
JSrfjRjl? f 91 "liUn. oLlilCt'lNO CARS Oil
THIS TRAIN. x
No. 1 Kxp reus, throngh to Cleveland wl thout chaug.
of cars.
No.aExprest.th. rough to Wheellngwlthont change
of cars.
The NIGHT KX PRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11:30 P. M., runs daily, except HATUBDAYS. Ths
other Trains ruu dully, except HUM DA YS.
For all information, aud Through Tlcksts to Bos
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and nil tbo Kuatara) places,
apply at the Onices, Walnut Street limine, No. 1 Hur
net Uonse, south-east Comoro! Broadway aud Front
streets, aiid at the Kankru Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which It seven min
utes faster than Cluoinnati timo.
J. DURAND. Bnp'l.
Omnibuses call forpassengors by leaving direction S
at the Ticket Offices. my!7
HIGH SPEED RESTORED.
Shortest and Quickest Route to
CHICAGO
AND THE NORTHWEST.
VIA
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO.
SHORT-LINE RAILROADS
Only One Change of Cars between Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Throe Passenger TrauisleaveClnolnnatldally, from
the foot of M ill and Front streets.
6:50 A. M. Chicago Mall arrives at Indianapolis at
10:30 A. M. Chicago at 7:35 V. M. This train oon
nects with all night trains on t of Chicago, for the
West aud North-west.
12:1X1 M. Terrs HantoandLayrayette Accommoda
tion arrives at Indianapolis, nt 6:W P.M., making
direct connections at Indianapolis with Terre Haute
Trains and Indianapolis and Laiay.tta trains for
Decatur, Spriuglleld, Naples, (Jliiucy, Hannibal aud
St. Joseph; also with Peru traius for I'oro, Ft. Wayne
and Toledo. '
6:00 P.M. Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 10:30 P. M.; Chicago at 7:40 A.M. Making close
connections at Chicago with all morning trains out
of Chicago. This train connects at Indianapolis
with Terre Haute trains for all points West and
Northwest. ,
Sleeping cars are attached to all ths night tral'1
on this line, aud ran through to Chicago without
change of cars. '
This Is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with fav.rable and reliable arrangements
with all couuecttnr roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and t ke amplest ao
oommodations to the patrons ol this Una.
sMT Be sure you are in the right ticket office before
yon purchase your tickets, and ask for tickets via
Lawrencebnrg and Indianapolis. .
Faro the same aa bv anv ether ronta. Ranaaa
checked throngh.
, THROUGH TICKETS, good until nssd, can be 0b
tained at the ticket otUcea, at Spencer House Corner,
north-east corner Broadway aad Front; No. 1 Bur- -
I nst House Corner, at the Walant-strest House, aud
at uepui uiuue, mo. m jbiii, usi a rout street, wusre
all necessary information may be had.
Umnlbus.es run to and from each train, and w
call for passengers at all hotels and all parts of th
oity, b leaving address at either office.
' . , W. H. L. NOBLE,
mylO ' Oeneral Ticket Agent
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Cincinnati, Richmond & INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
Great Through Route for
INDIANAP0171S,
TERRE HAUTE,
, , . ST. LOUIB,
, , , ... LAFAVEtTB,
CHICAGO,
LOGANS PORT,
., PEBUi
(TORT WAYN1.
auii na f i.v 0.11 iimTMUiiD n nu i.u.u,..k .
tiepoi at e a . in. aim :30 r. m.
6 A. M. -INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOUIS ft OHIO A.
GO FAST EX PRKSH.-Throiighdlrect, making close
connections for ail other Western snd North-western
points. This Train also connects at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Koko.
moLogansport, and all points on Wabash Vall.y
4:30 P.'M.-INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO ft ST.
LOUIS NIGHT BXPRKJM.-The above Trains make k
close connections at Indisiiapolls,LafayotteandOlil- ,
cago, with Trains Tor Terre Haulo, Bpringlield, Rock
Island, Galosbnrg, Kenosha, LaCrosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Galena, Uuluoy, Prairie du Chlen, Paua, Peoria,
Dnnleltb, Racine, Decatur, llloon.lngton, Joliel, La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
Weflt
bsrrhrongh Tlokets given and Baggage checked
through.
for further Information aud Throngh rickets, ap.
ply to Ticket Offices, uortb-oaat corner ol Front audv
Broadway; No. lev Walnut street, n.ar Fourth;
soutii-eM. wtium vi iiiiiriu iuu yin. sireei, ur at
the Sixth-street Depot.
D. M. MORROW, 'inpe.lnteudeul.
Umnlbnsns will call for paasuus rs uy leaving Ihuli
names at elt her ol tbe Ticket on rw.
IU W. H. 8MlTH.Ag.ut,

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