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THE PRESS.
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...NOVEA1BEK- 14
Advertised Letters.
HP All letters adveitited are subject to an extra
ctinrge ol one cent, reisoris calling for triem wilt please
eonwVpivpared villi the necessary change.
ir l'eriim calling for those fetter will please My
thev ire advertised, ami give number and dute of Hat.
The ortice ivillopun at Hi A.M., and clceat6
1'. ji . sunuij-K-utuce will opeu irom V A. JU. to UDf
No. 40. November 11) 1830.
LADIES' LIST.
A
AltertonMrtM AngeMIss B J AtklmMrsAnn
An twin .MissE A Anderson Mia H Anderson Mist E
B
Borgman Miss A ByerryllrsE Bromwell Mrl 3
mserm-in n au ruifiuieiu jmss Burns Meiuu
R-nnriira E
Bullet Mrs S 3
liti.Vtwet Ohrisi'a Barret Mm E B
H ue ton II Im Mary
liurkhardt.tlrs M
Doyle Miss Nary
BowenMissH
Brown Mtittle
Jlranner M rn N lleiijumin Mrs K
beiitloy .Vim It
.H.iriieS .Miss N
liniViMrsA
jjr.iwn Miss K A
itroom Mrs
Bush Miss P
Browns
Brown MisaJ
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CMvcrt Jlisi A Cbapln Mrl A 8
Clopptn Mrl 0
Chum hers Mrs B
Ciiuon Bliss It
Connwav Miss M
Cook Mill A
sjillilioou .mi'si; mmrey ansa r..i
CVitis in B W
CniKitiin Miss F
rutiiraan Mil M
Comid Mr T
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Part Mn K
Dyer Mrs H
D.irldsnn Mr J
UaVioi Miss M
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ColeUIIUI It
Ciy.-..ens Jlil'
Clark Misa Aun
ItucMlnuMi' A
liunc-in .Visa V,
D ihertv irs .1
iMvail'Jlis 1'
Dawson Mist I!
DoG row Miss C
Diok Mrs
PiiiTtir'v M!, ft
VooxoMm K
Featherman Mlu
Folger MlsiM W
Ka.UUt Mi-tf U A lullyC
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fir .iM Mm liminiduft MrsKliiabethOurrison Mra K M
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l-ivjii V vs Julian (iiruiiul Mra J (lucre Mra US
'!.( ' Jlis Mamie Goshen Miss R A Hal li van Margaret
(.'.iijou Mrs Rebecca
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H ivcck k Mra ,v Hennla Mrs A M Holler Mla Carrie
Holly Mis, H 1 Helling Mrl Klisalloruia MrsUro 8
Howell Mr E Harrison Misa F Harris Misa II E
Jialv .Mrs Honors HavnianMrsII EIloW Mlai
ilnlinu Mm Ja ll'iyt Miss Iletheringtnn Mist
Hunt .Mn Marion HerancourtMusMITunt Misa M P
II n i:hea Mia M Hiithci Mary UoHman Mrs A
JliU'hensMiwS J Hamilton Mrs Sam'l
I and J
Jnii.iaMisa Anna Jaoocki MisA M .TamesMrsO V
.1 ni ls Mrj L Jonnston Mra M Jackson Mrs Mary
.IrnkiiisM iry AiinJenuw Mra Jtoialie
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li'.'i.i'in Mtss K A Luciib Miss V M
f.inl"U M !ia J Leslie Mm J 8
l.ini Lniiiw Lukeroan Miss L
LaYeui Miss K
Loaris Jliss Flattie
lialnl Mm .T
Lankton Mlas M
I. ij' iric ictuira
Macs
V. - Virki'iiMissCMeOrewMiaiM McFurhml Mrs It
':. .'uli"Oli Mra Widow Josephs
M..',:ui MisfJ
;i.i iivll Miss N
Miili-r Mm A S
Mvriill Mrs F 1'
Murphy MraC
.Mitchell MraO
Muormaii 31ra L
Murphy MraC
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Nolan Bridget
Valley Mra AO
Mortimer Mrs D
Murphy Mist A
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Ullaabeth
Newman Anals
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d lny K.ae L Orr Mary Jane FarauioiD Aureli
I' llmrr Mury J Price II B
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it" ; r ll.uiiiili IticnnrdCatharinellogers Eva
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Simonds Lizsle
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S-ir.-eirt Millie
ririm-'iv Minny
Straws Mnrtha
Kailivunt a h
Sullivun Minny
mder nua'iu M F Hariraiit Mary
m.iii .i i
Sheuard Elizabeth Sheppard Ellin A
mJhiilii Uattie Heumure Jennie
14 loan Jane
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Sayle fa rah
tiimuia Mrs
SempleCume M
Neuendorf Mrs E
Short Mary
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Saal Anna
dpiMicer Ulecta
Shields Mnry
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lull'' Misn )f A 'J'hompin Mtasli Turner Miss II
1 1" i'ii AImM I, Teiill Mrs M A Trainer Mlas J K
Tai.n'ir Mias S A J
V and W
A UhWrifiMissM Wilson M A Webber Mrs V A
.1 WeaternbursJMiM Warnock Mrs J A
Wlnic Ml v I, E Walker Mrs E
Wu.iil Miss S
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
A
Atwood J 9
Armstrong J
Arnold M B
Alion AP
B
Berkheiraer C 3
UikerDC
BiiekO
Bailey (1 a
Hutlci V
A.ii'insS
Aii'ii'rson
Anderson 'V
A -iiiiinn W
Andre H
Allen J B
A ykar J
Allen I
B&tchelor A T
Bainbridge & Co
HnjKiotu Aulonio
Buell 0 W
n.ttv J
HurkuJA
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tlritili'iir.l J
Ciiitiimii .Tnmes
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limvers J W
H iker J W 1
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Bishon F
Birnea V It
Hen-Marker W
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Boy n tn J
ltean John
lt:ine Jumes
B ilch I D
Hentjon Jojcph
Burit Jnhn
llnltnn J L
Bunlge v
Baitlste W
Bell T
iiiirrnughs ?
Brownliill WW
Brewer T S
Raldwin W A
Brown J J
lliirllett si Smith Brown P
Brown 1)
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Coulter & Wooleydrane Henry
tinner & Covert Coolidge J If
Crippcn A T Coatee John K
Cusinse Albert Chaplin M F
Ciisey k Smith Cotton Prof L S 2
Cunolncchnm A L l!hamlerlaiii 0 S3
Corey (ieuW Cavanauli Pafk
Carey John Culberteon St Ro
Cumiiiihgam J W gera
& Co Cahilt Janiea
Carlisle .1W Cueter.lohn
Ciirnmu John Coll'm 3 W
Cuuienjns Colfe Humphrey
Casiidy Hiram B Coolea Stephen
Cook Allien L Curtis Sheldon
Clarke lull Cook A
Collins jt.im'l Cook Win
Clbi k Edward A
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fi.Mt;-!"V Win e Ari'ie J
Dunbiir C Kay-
iiittiiihuvei iVmH liale John 8 B
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Devehn Dennis
UrumliarEil
Donoliue Kilwin
Davis William
h vit viiiL'im Uanaliy John
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Ivivw fimmc!
Xailiuniel
Doyle Joseph B
D.'finnnd John
Doll Marl in
Bun lew L
Davis 11 II
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Kllei a George H
Dlierle II
Kvnnsdarlnnd
Ellnrs Geo How
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l'Mminell Jno
Fickerani Jno
(arely Jno
Fisher II V,
Foot MOP
Foster Lewis
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Harrison J S '
Hi' ibS JOlO
Gibson Jos
limber Jos
tlnry John
Gmlenlian H
llilliven Patrick
Grear B D
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DiVistJeo B
f'nwi Oliarlie
Fv.ina It A
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i .i. '.:e II A
ErtWI II B
ri I Hutt Junius F
Kvana M
ElierlinK Lewis
Evana Simeon 3
TlnherM VT k Co
Fay W B
Fulton Thos
Foiwoll J
Forri3 W J
Flinn Wm B
livilll , I'
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tl-i-o-A A
troili.'l Cku
O.il I) I;
l-iinluer 0 E
UrllUli I4m)H
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Oreen Win
Orexrton H
Oraliam Wm
tlrogg W
Ureen Samuel
Oraxly Timothy
Guinea Wm 8
Groves W C
Gordon DrT W
!iri,li.& Co
Hntliaway Frank Hale Jamas
Hi inl (I 31 Hurt Oeore Holland J It
1 1 ii r .-1 j Humeri r llowser Jiieoo
tlollosrtyOA Hohlis David HeuaerJoa
I'.'V.los Hare J C Hendrlckion Ed
iliiiev .liihn liartflelilj lllekevD
IIiiuIms Jiia llealey Patrick HuMnnlOB
Huvnes II L Hug It Hard UP
Il iidlnfUI HhIIHO Hill A F!
Ilml.lix WmC Harris CM Hobern P
I! miiiu.n J I login Patrick Huston Thol
M ill Hr L Halnian B L HarksrWniJ
ll-uiij .1 V HewithS HaikneyWmK
II imiltnii Peebles HeddleaonWC Hall Dr Wm
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Initials.
llitorand Proprleter "811011061 Oecupantof
l.iitf & Smith's Buildings, fourth floor .Messrs.
FSiU RCS
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Johnson Wm Jones Burkley James Geo
.1 "iiiHun Dr Wm J ones J J Jeffers John A "
Joins VVP Jonet Rnliert Jnrdon John
J oio sWinA Jones RL Jennings Joseph
.l-.ii sWni B Johnson Kichard Janet uenry C
.i t. kins Thomas M Jennings Patrick
K
Kelly E
Kyniaton E
Kenii Geo
Kelluiu John M
KenneJohn Kyers Jamas
KollHtehny J H KunU .Nicolas
Kinney Newcomb K romer H
Kinney P
HoyierSoUa
L
Lyon 0 T
Lsymon DAD
Laader James
Lewis Henry
l.inok II
1 .in B t
,viioh Banoh
h lu mtin Chas A
Lasarus II
Lownsburr 3 B
Laekman Jef7 T
Landsbnry Win
Lewis Wm
Lewie Svlvsnei
Llppincott Tbos
Lewis Wm Henry
Lyon Sam
l,.,wry ll' V
jjacuier Jonn
Livingston C Ro- Luther Henry
a-r lienuuieraj vr
1,. us A Leonard Jas A
l,;'i:,ileman David Lewis Dr J II
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Mnr'. J as
Mnr-wT M
M irse Solomon
Ih.rrl. PlitiU
Marshall Andrew Marih John
Marsh
Morgan John
MarlnwOW
Meitge Franklin
iMeicaiuo
Malone Hess
Murphy J Ft H
Murphy Jas
Mstlwwi J M
Murphy Michael
Morton N R
Makers MA
Madison R A .
Moss W H
Hack Sam .
murpay r vi
Mnn-'iaJ Sll SonaMalflneeK
Morris J B . Musfleld I
M irrls A M Mortlmore E
Miller A n Mannliwac
Vll'erSC Header Jas
Martin J D Myers Joaejh
Murray, HtephSO-Marshall 3 B
son ft Co MansK
Merrick W ft Boa
McOliuliaji ChasS
McGuind Jno
Mc iirler Chas
McDonald W A .'
N
Xay It Hithawsy Neal H C
KellJas
Nichols T L
.1 eiaon u
NewluUIJno W
Now ton Jaa 1
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OT)onncll Patk
Orr Kobt
Nixon O
Owens,
Dver
tans li
Onitley W II
O'Brien Thos
O'Neal W 8
OrrES
O'Connor Thos
O'Brien Luther MOibora 8 03
P and Q
Perry C II
Fittens A V
Puraell AD
Page Geo
I'opeG W
PcieraGeo T 1
Porter 0) V 3
ParrtttJW
Patton Joha
Powell J B
Pniaton Jsaao
Vreaton J T
Price James
l'rlce Henry
Potts Joseph
Peel J A
l'ertcr Henry
Perfect Leroy
Phelim Mlchaol
PnatonKevNO
Pilling M
Preston It M
I'ollltt JtobtJ
Parker Oliver
Philip Chas
Pratt thos
rierce V T
1'nltW S'mmoin Patterson Joa 1
rker E It
Phelps Wm Patterson L
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R
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rtoblnson IV
Kohison Ii .
Rogeri Wm S
I!ok1'C M D
Roirers &. ilrllBng Hichnrds B
ltuceraT B
Itilev II 0
Itogcrs V
lioufi Uritton
RoatJ W
Howler II & Son
ItoyscN K
Reynolds N B
Rvdhead M
lloville W
lleynolds Xf
Kvbolt W
Itichirdson Capt HevnnldsFW
J B Deed Henry
Kioe W L ltltclde J
ItothscliildS Bro lieynolda II C
Romer A
Itiitenour J fir
lU'iiuleer Dr
I'.ideliour Dial J
llutlieJII
K.iseH
Ittied K Z
Iters II W1
Rider r R
Reeves S C
Reynolds Tfc Ron
S
SrottAlcx Stephens JisP 8 Stevens Charlo
Stevenson Sum SperrChiisJ Sutton Allen M
Short Adam Siiydor Aliiert C 2 Seoord Jnuiei K
Shiunon John A Sahmer James ShineJohu
Simpson L 1 Gen Sands Wm Sephans li Co
Sonale Charles Shields Cornelius SurfuceC
Stibley Cleorge Slocum Ooj W 3 Silver George
Storck Frincls SchultzDrJB StraderJP
Summet s Joseph Simmons Lewis 0 Shreves Richard S
Saunders TP Sabin B 11 Shear Ueorgo
Stearns Geo 8 Pchults Frederick Shelley Edwin D
SndauiDavidJ Shilling John SeniaJosiah
StumpHuah phinkle V C ShaefTerThnsQ
Khernok Sam A Stonme Vt illiain Sullivan Samuel
SometviUe Thos Stuncy Wurrcn
Smiths
Smltii CarroltonS Smith John E Smith John H
Smith, Fuller 4iCo Smith James Rev Smith Jolw
Smith Charlie
D D
Smith Win
Smith JS W
Smith James
Smith Wm
Thomas Cart W
Thomson 111
Thorps A T
ThorGuraRFJ
Tnllman J B
ThayroM W
Talbart Henry J
Van Lear Bernard Tnughan Daniel Yrydag Jose
Vllandiirham C L Prore.4nor Vaiitiea Dr J L -
Vanhees ft (luinu Tan V licit OiloaW Tan Saint Baiuuel
vtckers u w
Tackett Francis.
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Walker Richard
Wanl Levy
AViirrenCnaaT
White Dr B F
Williamson J J)
Wilaon W W
Whitman
Weidner Chas
Weyman David
Woolnv IWip
Walker Jos
Watson John T
Warren L A
White It
Williams II S
Wilson AJ
Walsh A
WolfChaa
WallacuDt
Wadsworth F I
Walker N T
Warren S B
White T J 2
WhlteJT.MD
White E N
Wilson Geo
Winterly G A
Willey Geo
Warnken Geo
Waldeu Jno M
Woods II S
Witrock Jno H
Waters Pliny F
Walls W
Wales Wm A 3
Wallace J M & Co Walsh John W
Wlgand Ur U
Wallace Jno C
Willits Jos
Welch Richard
Wlble Stephen
Ware Thos
Watkinn Roliert
Wiatt Wm W
Wilder Wm W
Wartman W S Dr
YosngWm
Mann Clark ' MnrpkyJnalin
Murray Tlios Meyer Wm
Sfact
McCntter H k Mclntnsb Obaa
Son . McGrew BoU
McClish C 0 WoGinley Clias
,McCoyTJ McDeroiut Patk
MuCormickWB Jdctlulli. n M P
Initials. JOHN L. VATTIER, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
UEMAINING IH TF1E POSTOFFICE AT
Newport, Ky., November 12: m
Ashlaw Clara Anderson SI F Albot Mrs
Abbey Denton Barry N J B iylevA
Ilrown Margaret Burke O Hrogau V S
IlrownWC Butler Jas Bancroft Elija
Iloyca Julia A Bell Mrs. E J IXinwayJuo
Conner Maria 2 Cuin Mr ColeSallie
Crawlord Mollie I'h.ilfant Mrs FP Laugh llu Mary
t'auironSuo Cooper Th is Dora Mra V 24
Davidson Eliga Daniels L'has Deal Jane
Ilium Jno liixon 11 in S J Davis Sarah
Eigellmrger J- Klden Mra Wm Eran J S
Elms Henry Freeman MraWinFox Mrs Win
Kurd Owen Field F A Ford 0
Foster Eliza Farmer 'i'hos Kowler David
Fleming Mary IJlntiroy 311m GenghagenJuo
vines mary i, ranger it it uiass l.naa
uranaiu a uasauiannr
Uastreicb A
Qeorge J W
Doodbrad Mia) C (lolden Wu
HurrU S M
U il I Geo
lllIC n (i
llctzel Mrs E U
Hays Jas
Harris Bete
Horner C H
Hardin W m
Jackson Lou
Healer Jas
Kramer A
Latham A
Logan CS
Miller Olivia J
Murphy M
Mock JO
Ilewell Elizabeth liainphill II rs M
IlaniM F
Harte J
Haddleton P
Hartmaun N
Hill Mra V A
K insula Jaa
Krell Joseph
Lutton M
Lee Robert
Mix H P
Mural N M
Monlgan P
Miirphv Jus
Mandell Mrs W
Ilukill Mrsti W
Harrison It J
.Toms Joseph
Klog Ellen
Kipper J V
Laming SaIHe
Lincotiner Mrs
Miller Julia Ann
Mahony Jno
Millison UH
Murphy H
Murphy Mrs W
Nosh T II
Neyman A
Mo) man A E
Nelson Miss M E J'ewton Mrs S
New II Nicker Miss D
O'Brien J O'HaraMr
utt u
Oddy J Osterhou-e MrsE Petora J H
mrosu 1 rninps jiissu Peilt
Patterson 31 U Patterson IS
ltobertsou W Bicker J H
ItoafT Radley Louisa
Ross S Shrim W
Spencer A Snowberger A
Srlnvcltor B Stardiah Mra S
StriuKlmin MrsASIiiirlev B
lliiduiph F
Ryan Mrs 31 B
Robinson Mr
Stum pf Misa S
oarlot Mrs E
Scliimt S
SchollMary
Sowunl G W Simmons SODhla Seddons M
Shirley T Sanders 1 Shunnon M
''aylorUB- Toild Sarah E Trimble Almira
TownsendTE Ti""erOC Tboinpson F
ViiuJuzi'U K W W . ' IwortUJD Waeuer A
Wood J Winter aiiasSL2 Webster C
Wilson Miss LD Wade Miss M
UllllHIUSllS
Weber It A
Wiliianisou S A Wallner S
SmlihGM ,
hiulthOH
Smith J F
McllngU J
McKliveo W
Clark Mis P A
Smith Mrs Smith 0 W R
Smith HF Smith Mini MA
Mclilaiiglilin T McMury Mary
McliorniickMraJ McG.'ary Mrs
Clark Miss RT Chirk Win
Clark Chas
aKOISTKUID LETTtUS UNCI I. LED tlt
Rose Calvin Schuk Philip McUnrvy Mike
The olllce is opeu on Sunday from niiin till ten
o'clock. J. Q. A. FOSTEU, Postmnstor.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN COVINGTON POST-OFFICE,
November 12, 1'J:
Albro Ml.a HallieApiiereon it jr Andrews Ellen
Arnold Margaret Anderson Susan
Aurams John
ltnttershv .Ino
Andrews mary uowen John
Haaeu namuol
Bendam Mary I,
Brault Rev E Ii
Bloxom Maggie
Oook Charlie
Clear Widow
Curtis Geo.
Buyers Susan H Jlacon Emilino
HiacKtiiirn Mary lleetc Thos
Baker TT Birch Goo
Bowen W W Brasher Mollio E
Coldirey Wm Chumabcrry H
CIovuIhiiiI Vlra ECCIesiens Mary
Collins Ellnnw Cunningham R
Corlln Misa at Cavaniuiffli n
Calilwell MrsT
CiiunlnghunSl Collins JnuW Crawford J L
Crosby Mary Canton Peter tinnor
Derev.m Patrick Duncan John Davidson MrsVL
Denn Mrs Julia Derrick Miss J Doves John
Duckor Misa A M Doves Phiucas A D'glow Hmiry
Duoipsy M iss Eva Dora Frank 2 RMwarde Miss M
Evurson W m Eaton M ra .narthaEdiaon John T 1
Kdward GranvllleEngland Mary Khl.s Mrs Ann
Enbunks James T kiigland James Edwards S (1
Edward Jenkin Flaunagan BridgtFlelier John
Frazier Maggie Fluslelnn Catha Frazier Hverm't
lyun iiiomae err ijevia m
Hilor John It Gihblns Kate D
lienbert M.ra 31 Hlfoemans Jno
Faulks Ci-orie
Gray E II
Hetael Newton
Houston Jno B
Haitser Jos
Hawley Miss J
Hays Jno J
Hand L
Harrison A P
Jones W 11
James H
Knight Andrew
Slumlord Ilirb'd
Lightloot Emily
Matthews J 11
Jtlidgley Jagor
Mill lor Jr.lln
Hawkins MUSS Harris It J F
Harden Mrs U W Hanley Mrs A B
UayuesD Hood Jno
Howell Geo W Henderson E A
Holly J Henehold U
Hambal Mra A Hall Mr A
Johnson I Johnson Mrs 0
loues Atlas Al A Jones Wm
Kix-ne John S Klley Maurice
Laulry Mrs P Leo James
Langeton Mrs B Leegard lir
Leoaith Helen Livingston J P
Matlock Frnncis Mulllns Matilda
Morris Matilda Mlatael Julian
aiettord tsarnh
M urmy Peter
Nixon Jamol
Niles A
Powers Mrs J F
Price John
Powol I) J
Petty Wia
Patton A D
Portor Misa E
Price Jno U
Riddle J W
Hose R A
Rowland T C
Roach Miss (J
Scott Virginia
Stewaid David
Salt Knocli
Toinpson S H
Moleonv Michael Madenn John
Mansford itobt L Knickerbocker J
Niles .lames Nock Win S
Ortman BoroheruOusley WW
Porter B Porter J (I
P. JIook Wm Harrish Tlios A
nerce lira 2
Plnnimor Mla N
I'enticoat Wm B
Porter Jos
Pyles Mist A
i'aiirMlesM
Powers Misa M
Parse H B
Havlinir Wm
Kanco K
Raymond MIbs M Itvan M rt M
Roger US Roy John
Hanson Mrs A H Hoss Wm
ltoyce J D Roger Miss E
Sanderson Jas Syiiipann Mary
Scott Louisa Soden Walter 11
Sourth Samuel HpioerSanili
Toso M Thomas J H
Thompson J H 2 Thompson .1 H
Tanner Nancy
uswrainn 1 tv j rr nee x nns 1; vtamllnnr Mr
Walker Mary O Wilson Wm H White W Lee
Walker Miss K White Ann Wist Wm K
Wood Mrs A Whittle Richard Wynne Wm
WtrPerson calling for any of these letters wil
please say they are advertised.
W. D. HOLT, P. M.
PATENT MACUINE-MADE PAPER
BAGS, for Grocers, Drngglsts, Tea Dealeri and
others, made from extra imality of Wrapping, Ma
nilla and White Tea Paper. -.
20ft.uk) No. I WrapplDg and Manilla: '
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. m,m No. ( ,
ano.onu No. g - .
3oO,KI No. 10 ' -
200.WIO No. 13 -
. m,um No. is .
200,001) No. Id
ann.Kiu No. ao
200,000 No. 26
Ki,fioNo. I White Toa Bags:
awjjiiuNo. 2
2110,0110 No. 3 -
Tha above are put up In packages of sun bags each.
We ore manufacturing from sixty to sevouty-Bve
thousand Bagi per day.
NIXON A CHATFIETiD, '. ,
Papr Bag Manufacturers,
" And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
oe 77an4 7Walaot.itree.
BUSINESS CARDS
3
A. B. COLVILLE,
Soale RIanafnotarrrs
v9
No. 41 East Sooond-street, between Sycamore U'd
Bro&uway, uiociunan, areps every nescriptloa Of
Counters l'lntfnrm, Cnitlen It nllrondDepoit.
and Track Scmlen) Truckn,
. srun vv usiuuas savr.
epalr ug done on the ihortest notice. nol4ra
Door liOCKs,
. Its CAR AND SU1TCI1 LOCKS,
Door and Gate-Springi, ;
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
SILVER-PLATED DOOR-PLATES,
Bells Hung, Keys Pitted.
The public are respectfully invited to call and ex
amine the various pattorns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to
GEOUGE nicGIlEGOIl,
noicm Ko. 1W Filth-street, 2d door from Baca,
O AND Y ! O AND Y"
3E3T. JKT. OXjA.3EI.j53:.
(Snooessot to MiisiiOo.) '
uufai'turer mid Wholesale VeaHn
' -1H- I.'.-''
FINE AND WjAIN CANDIES,
ftO MAIN STREET,
CINCINNATI
rnylT
B. KITTEEDGE & CO.
1.11 MAIN BTBEKT, CINOINNATI, 0.
KITREDQE& FOL30M,
S St. Charles itreet, New Orleans, lit.,
(uiliorters of Anna oV Bpertlna Appnrataa,
AKP Dgtl.BHg III 0PM POVPIR.
KAIL.RO AD HOTEL,
(Fronting the Steamboat Landing.) .
Vortti-eaHt Corner Broadway and Front.
OINCINIUTt, OHIO.
B. F. LEVERING, Proprietor.
r oc7-cm
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
Mi.srFAcrruasEs ado bcaubr in
ttjIURNITUJIE, CHAIBS, AND ALL
3? kinds of Mattresses and Boddiug, at the old
stand. No. 136 Sycamore-street, east side, between
Fourth anil l'ifth.streeti, seventh store above
Fourth-street, Church i'owc lined and cushioned.
All orders promptly intended to. ool-cm
H. CAMPBELL 8c CO.,
fclANCEACTUKERS QV BAR, SHEET
l-'.JL and Do; lor Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes
iCrr Alao. Aunuts tor the sale of lronton Star Kails
Wareroonia So, 19 East Second Street, Cincinnat 1
Ohio.
sasrAll kinds Iron raade to order. ln
r,crNDr.BT sn.. jauib tisit
L. BYL & CO.,
CLEANERS OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. fi Sixth-street, between Vine and Race, in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may favor ns w ith their patronage, can rely on punc
tuality and low prices. sepl-ay
P IIILADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
KO.eXS rirtH-STBEET, SOUTH SIDE,
f Near the corner of Vine,)
C. I.. VICKEK., Proprietor.
Oysters and Game served in ail stylet. Meals stall
henir. nolcra
MEDICAL CARDS.
DR. SAM'L SILSBEE
ESPECIALLY TREAT3 DI8EA8E8 OF
THE SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and snch Chronio complaints as may be
benefitted by the Hygyenio and Atmopatblo system
ofhisomco.
Vapor, Btilpbnr, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur.
ktsh, Russian and Electro.Chemlcal Baths, a Dls
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Electrio
and Magnetic Apparatus.
NO. S7 WEST SEVENTH-STREET,
aronice huri 0 A. M. to 8 P. an!9-tft
DR. WILSON,
AflRADtJATE OP EDINBTJRG, SCOT
LAND, and woll known in this city for lilt
professional skill In the treatment of Private Dis
eases of cither sex, has removed his office from No.
A West Fourth-street to No. 321 Walnut, between
Eighth and Ninth. The Doctor, from the earliest
period of his prot'esfdnna! career, bus made this most
important brauch of medicine his exclusive ape.
eiiitity, devoting nil his powers of mind and time in
perfitcting his trentment as far as tha immense pro
gress in these dlsenaes makes it desirable. Tbo Doc
tor has also engaged an eminent and general prno
titioner of this city, with whom ho may consult,
with the consent of the patient, should the gravity
of the case demand it, Persons at a distance ad
dressing tho Doctor for advice will please Inclose a
postage stamp. Address DR. J. WILSON,
no2o No. 3il Walnnt-atrcet, Clnrlnnatl,
lit 8. NEWTON, M. D.
Office, 80 Wet Seventh Street,
sarwitiir rim and mo.
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
"mot-Ns. 90 West Sevooth street, between Vina
ind Bare. ISssioBNCS in), ii Seventh street, tft
weeo Walnut and Vine. Orriou Houbb fJ4. to bX
A, It r iKtotKIMU.! f to P.M.
DENTAL CARDS.
WM . M . HUNT E R ,
DENTIST,
5 98 Vlne.atreet.
, SONSSI.I..
BONSALL
H. A. SMITH
MITH,
i- S
DENTISTS,
No. JIN West BJith
treat,
" aepl.cm
CTNOTNSATr.
J.'TAFT,
(Successor to Knowlton & Taft.)
DENTIST,
No. SO West Fourth Hi., bet. Wnlnut fc Vina
,u CINCINNATI, OHIO.
SCP24 '
. U. HAMLSM. H. B. SW1TH.
Urs. DA5ILEN & SMITH,
o 33 ro i? x m i? 3 ,
Wo. 3 Wert Fsjtirth (5U
17
g. WABDI.. j. D0VOI1TT.
DS3. WAEDIS & DOUGHTY, '
X 3E3 3ST X I Q JJ S ,
00e No. 138 West Poorth itraet,
"IffHWNATI.tiniO
JEWELRY.
U. 1.
New
EJL1AS'
Wholesale
WiTClI&JEWBLRiDOUSB
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can be bad every article appertaining to the
Bualnett at a match leas nice, for CASH, tbaa
has ever before been offered In tbls market, 1
GIVE USA CALL
And see for yourselves.
WM. WHITAKER
jewblbb,
No. MX H.!. Cor. Fifth and Lodge reets, berwee
Walnut and .Vine, Olucinaatl.
Agood aiHortment of SI LYEBand PLATED WABE.
u 8PEOTA0LS, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Soeolal attention given to Cleaning and Repairing
W atches and Jewelry. myM)
BEGC9 b SMITH, Wo. O West th St.
ARB NOW RE0EIVIN3 ADDITIONS TO
thslr large assortment of Watches. Jewtlrr.
Bllrerwars and Diamonds. . , -t wsiry,
. ALSO r
and inUXmSSS.". rUM "
u
.
to
SEWING MACHINES.
The Isatest Improvement
; BROWN'S SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINES
AHUPACTUKED BY THE OHIO
j-v-as.' Bewlng Machine Oompanr, si) West Fourth
stnet, expressly adapted for Fumily TJf, Dress Mnk
lng. Gaiter Fitting and Tailoring. Warranted to
glva perfect satisfaction or tliw money returned
Do
noi tan 10 examine ociore purcbaalng.
klvtrft in.
uuosmsais uuereu so akouks.
. , . L. BROWK. Agent.
potlni 4ii We,t Fourth-street.
LADD, WEBSTER oc CO.'S
, LOCK STITCH
SEWINQ MACHINES,
80 West Fourth-stroet,
Between vine and Walnut-streets, Cincinnati.
WsT Bend for a Circular.-'' ' aolg
REMOVAL.
1
WILTS EE BROTHERS
'" DBAIiERS IN
,;'TOTJi-'ca''s,'
Improved Two-Threa.ded lock-Stitoh
FAMILY SEWIHf 0 MACHINE
. 835, S30 and 35.
. No. 82 FUtli-street,
. WILD BKMOVE, OUTOBEB 1, TO
No. G West Fourth-street,
Over Boggs 4 Smith's.
arWAgents wanted. Addraas
WILTSEK BllOTIIRrlS, Agent, '
P. O. Pox 2,309, Cincinnati, 0.
oc
$30. , $30. $80. $30.
MOORE'S
Thirtf-Bollar Double Look-Stitch
.11 v. I mmh.
SECTORED BT RECENT LETTERS P ATI NT.
mHIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
M. MOUNDED by all competent Judges, who
bave seen it, to be the best and most dosirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, reanrdlea
at price, it win sew an amas oi iiininy goous,
from the very thickest to tbevery Anest fabrics made,
ami uses an sinus oi inreao, trom no. a to am.
W a oil la nsed aa Inn sir th a mfiishlnA.
Sand for a circnlar. or call aud see it in oneratlon.
Opon early application, Stateand County Rights may
bo secured. - '
Au energetlo person can make a fortune in a short
ums. Agenis wauiea in an nnsoia rerriiory.
11. O. IlllKTMAN,
8c 1e and exclusive agent for the United States,
aepltfmt QH West Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
;Sloat&Co.
SEWING MlGniNES,
GTITCHINGr THE SAME ON BOTH
sides, leaving no ridge or chain, and impossible
to ravel. For speed, accuracy or ease of motion, the
Elliptic Machine is without a rival.
Cincinnati, OOloe 5!) West Fourth street.
IsepMl
Day's Medal Jobber,
W. T. & S. D. DAT & GO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAKD AND POWER,) '
And nil kinds ot Priming Matei'tuls, Nos.
173, 175 nnd ltr AVeat Hecond-atrcet, .
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL 'ATTENTION IS CALLED
to onr MEDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months we bave introduced them Into four
teen dilferent States of the Uuion. with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power is
applied to tbe centor of tlie platen ; consequently
there is no possibility of its springing from any
amount of pressure. The notion is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on tlio point of contact with
the form, insuring A PEUCliOT IMPRESSION at
high rate of epeed.
Printers In waut of the BEST JOBBER should
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination. Thev are strong, durable aud rapid, and
are WARRANTED to glvo the most entire satis
faction. tio3
IIALIS PATENT.
I l-1! I,fl il
1 'mmiuamr-m'r'ie .titraL.'Mi II
TnE MOSTHELTABLE FIRE AND
BDHOLAB PROOF SAFES. They have given
more satisfaction than any other now In use,
We oner a reward ot ONE THOUSAND IOI
liABS to any person that can, up to the present
time, show a single instance wherein they have failed
preserve their contents.
with this SAFE 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 l'riou, and the
Y ..' u u 10 'o11 io me oiuer, me sum
of p,m.
we
ears nrenared tofhrnlah a hotter Rafo. and at Im.
cost, than any other mannfaotorer in the United
Htates.
Second-hand Sares of other makers, also on hand.
We respectfully invite the public to call and exam.
Ine our stock before pnrchaaing nlaewbere.
HALL. CARROLL A CO., '
angU-ayf Kos. 18 and 17 East Columbia street.
Wi B. D ODDS,
formerly of HaU.Dodds Oo.j late TJrban.Doddt 00.
W. II. Dodd Sc Co.,
atAsTtrriOTTIBBf Of TBI ,'
Fire and Burglar', Proof
S. u3l F 313 SI ;,
S. W. Corner of Vine fc Second Streets.
This Is the most reliable FIB! AND BDBOLA
PROOF SAFE tbat it made in tbe United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and la of better workmansh p than
can be found elsewhere.
We haii a large assortment on hand, ant are de
termined to sell at prices that cannot fail to pitas.
Old iSafes
Take In exchange. 8EWD-HAHD BAFKB al
ways on hand at extreaitlr lov prices. yiM
Boots and Shoes Just Received.
''t ''" 'i J. If. DBTBRS,
No. S3 West Vonrth-Htrnet, ' i '
HAS JUST - RECEIVED A SPLENDID
assortment cf the renowned Philadelphia
HOOTS and SHOES, for mens wear. Call and see
them. ,i,.t. b ' t i: ,, j i. .. oa-'
V .'flF- : -'('l P il -IrJ 'ia', ' , Il srl . il'll ii.lCiLi ItJI
pilfer!
INSURANCE.'
BY ( STATE AUTHORITY.
-rtttO: rouukitaJ
' . A1 t eaSHI
lii'it. iisIiaisiJiiHi
Incorporated 181 9. Charter Perpetual
""Agency establlshedln Olhcinnatl In 181IS, an
tedating all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies in the Insurance businase In this city, 33
years constant dnty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience, enterprise and liberality, especially com
mon d the ATN A I nanrance Company lo the favora
ble patronage of this comninnlD standing solitary
and alone, tbe sole snrvivor ami livina nlonMr of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1843.
Leases paid In ClnMnnait dartntl Vtwt Five
x ears, t)iau,ua 7.
Cash OapitalSl.000,000.
ABSOLUTE AMD UNIMPAIRED.! WITH A.
SURPLUS OF 1,030,423 80.
And the prestige or to years success and expostence,
. HtVIBTMINTg OF
Otct $100,000 In Ohio Securities.
npwtnng hit ifi'S.non.iinii. i.nwiiirH
Have been paid by tbeibknn Insnrance Company In
ine pasciu years.
Fire end Inlnnd Nnvlmiiion. Risks accented
at terms consistent with aolvencv and fair nrottta.
Especial attention given to insnrance of Dwellings
auu iwuiBiiie, lor (erma oi l to oy s.
Application mads to any duly -nthcrlsed Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance Laslneas, this Oompany It enabled
to offer both indemnity for the past and security for
sue mture. r iicijb iseueu wiinims oeiay Dy
JAS. H.OAXMU, Agent, No. SO Alain street. .
A. F. PA TO' u Assistant Agent.
H. K. LINO KY, Agent 171 Vine street. :
J.J. HOOKE ', Astont. Fulton. 17th Ward. -. ano
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
New Insurance Agency
01 Old Estubllahed
Ooi33.iDsvjn.ieQ!
OWEJ OWEW8, jr, Agent
No. 4 Pa bile. Landing,
CINCINNATI, 0.
CON WAT INSURANCE CO..V
Cash Assets,
9U!,ooo.
Cash" Assets,
8173,000.
Cash Assets,
9io,oo.
oi uuwaj, matt. j
LAFAVETTE INS.,
CO.,
Y.
of Brooklyn, .
HAMPDEN INS. CO.,
of Springneld, Mam. 1
BOARD OP CINCINNATI REFERENCE:
Hlnkle, Guild A Co., ' R. A. Uolden A Co.,
Wilson A Hayden, Hood man A Vornholz,
V tadlar A llro., N. W. Thomas A Co.,
Latlmor, Colbnrn ALupton, Jaiues Calhoun, Esq.,
Kimble A Weed.
" "
Risks taken on the most favorable terms consistent
with solvonoy.
Losses honorably adjusted, and promptly paid in
Cincinnati. ,
OWEN OWEijMIJENT
(late Assistant Seo'y Firemen's Int. Co.)
noOamt
r
CONSOLIDATION
or
Fire aud Ma. lite lusurauce Agencies
or THE ....
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Offloes: Nob. 171 Vine and 40 Main-streets,
CINCINNATI. .
Taah Capital...
.... Si. 000,000 00
9'i,0J0,a43 HO
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
inform their frlouds and cations thatther have
this duventii'ed Into nartnershln. under Lite name
and stylo of CARTER k LINHSKV, asihe Fire aud
Marine luaiirHiieo Agents of the A'Autk Inaurace
Company, of Hartford, Conn., and have therefore
cousolidnted their separate Agencivs. For the con
venience ot their customer! and others, they con
tinue both otlices. No. 171 Vine and No. SO Slain-
stroet, where they will bo pleased to hear from their
friends, and trust that the patronage t hot has li it her to
been ao liberally besioweii to each will not diminish
by the union thus formed. f
AltTEUcV J.INOSKY, -'
JAMES II. CARTER, 1 ... .
UENUV K. L1NDSEY. i Agouts.
Cincinnati, November 1, 1S59, uolum
WEST15BN INSUKANCE COMPAN X
OF CINCINNATI.
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
LP No. 2 ("roiit-streot, betweon Main and Sycamore.
This Comnanv ia taking S'fre. lulRud and MarlnA
Risks at current rates of premium.
ijosses luiriy aujustea auu promptly paid,
DIRECTORS:
FEckert. F Hall. RWPomerov.
(iiimu uienu. tt v TTiiiwiuor, TT J ntltuu,
Robert Mitchell, W 11 Comstock, I, Q E Htono,
Itobt Buchanan, 0 0 Shaw, Gen Stall,
Wm Kellew. Until Evans. J II TaaoV
u'llli... ni... ,u il iiii.ii.i..- iu ,i
David Gibson, II Braobmau, J Ulshaui,
uearwau'r, inos u Kiiiotr.
'1'. F. ECICKRT. President
Btsphen Mouse, Socretury. noe
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DIUEOTOEH:
William Wood. Isaac 0. Oopelett, '
James K. Cunningham, Sydney 8. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joseph Ruaklrt,
Geo. W. Bishon, Wm. Fisher,
George R. Dixon.
ISA All (1. COPELEN. Presidioit.
Geo. W. L'orur.N, Secretary.
A. M. BOSS, Surveyor.
Is nromred to issuo Polieiea on Firs ami Marin.
Risks, on favorable terms. OIHco No. 3 Wi at Tlilr.l.
street, Trust Co. Building. nosbfm
National Insurance Co.,
Cinclnuati, Ohio.
(Offlce South-west Cor. Main and Front-ttreets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
. . s,-, :.Xiro JU8KS .
TAKEN AT CURRENT HATES.
DIRECTORS:
E M Smith,
Chat L Moore,
John Bnrgoyne,
Wm Henwurtb.
ltobsrt Moore,
M Kechheimer.
H W Hmllh.
a vr leaemer, -j not ung,
L Ross. Thos R III irirs.
Honry Kills.
a. vj. uucijuu, Die y,
JNO. BURGOYNB, rre.Jf
A Ho,,,,.,.., hiLnann-. i
- " : " '
fli'nf'iriTI'lfl TTIOTrraTinoPrtTriTiavi'TV '
y mCUma tl JUlBUranCe LOmpany .
noouim
ESTABLISHED IN 1829,
CAPITAL. $150,000.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
BURKS against Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of the boa and Inland Navigation.
. DIRECTORS:
Jno.wpartwoll, Allen Collier, William Rotor.
John W Ellis, James Lupton,' Chas. W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Frazer. J W Caofleld,
I T Woodrow, BMW Taylor, A 8 WInilow.
OS Williams, II MoBlruey, Bowman C Baker,
, , J0HS w- nABTWELL, President,
O. w.wiixiAMH, Secretary. nos '
aj-,oo 'sdnitn
naod qn aorteoRdde no tnee irsintuio
!,W1(-l4uinjP0 VU AtOJ-tUAi -JOl) 'fj 'tjt
"00 HIIHVH A A
' m9IoapniauU3iqvij i'ox'Kunia
n.)o0nliOH uj jiiorj seumosur )liuio -sjeq
uai annua pus jsddu qjoq Cpnot jsso) 'tomiuj-xty
NOHI DilOaiS NI dfl Mid S3ZIS 11 V
1 '8IH15IPO0iJ P-31T TXIOO
'JLmjSL laCXXOrXeiE
jT)Ig PH jtttTpniJQ oiqujJoa '
ROOFING ! UOOFINa !
THE "OUTCALT ELASTIC ME
TALLIC ROOFING" it offered to the public
at the best and chenpost Metal Roof now used, Its
merits tested by an experience of years in this city
and violnity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. No solder used fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements, :
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part ol
the United States, can be applied by any one witl
ordinary mhanical tkillOjrerroDUfllled
; lylt-tf ' " ' " ' f " 18a West Second street "
VI7ILLIAM DISNEY. ATTORNEY
w V
AT LAW, Chats Buildings Ho, (East Third
street.
sepo-ar .
'
'
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati
. and Chionco. . ' '
Thrsaj Passenger Tralnsleave Cincinnati daily, from'
thefoot of Mill and Front streets. ,
:10 A, Itl. icago Mail arrives at Indianapolis
at 11:11) P. M., Chicago at til:30 1'. M. This train
connects with all night trains out of Chicago for
the West and North-west; connects at Indianapo
lis with trains for Terre Haute: also with I'trn
trains lor loxu, Logausport, Sort Wayne and To
ledo. 1:4143 P. HI. Torre Hants aud Leyfayette Ao?
conimooailon arrives at Indianapolis at 6:15 P. Mi
making direot connections at IndianapoliH with L.
layette trains for iincatur, liprlngttold, .Naples, Coin,
cy, Hannibal and St. Joseph.
7 P. M. Chicago JUpreas arrives at Indltnapolli
at 12:15 A.M., making date connections at Chicago
with all morning trains ont of Chicago.
Bleeping cart are aituclieu to all me night trains
OntbiS line, and run thiorinl, tn llhliiairn Bllkiil
change of cars.
This is exclusively a Western and Korth-weettrn
route, and with favorable and leliablearrangeuients
witn an connecting roads tluonghout the entire
Went.fiuaranteoa nntiHnnl narA nii ih. .lu, -a.
eorninodatlont to the pationi ot this line.
- The Company's exclusive Telograph Line is used
when necessary, to govern the movement of trains,
and Loughrldge s celebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger trains, by which they can be .
perfectly controlled; besides all theother modern Im
provements necessary for the comfort and safety of
passengers, (he managers of this road bavt liberally
provided. '
omoatng.cara on this line, '
taayjJeinrtt von are In the rlsrlit tlekt otrleA tonr.
yon purchase your tlokets, and ask for tioketa via '
Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as bv anv nthap vontn n,.n.
cheeked through.
TUROUOHXIUEETS, good until used, can be ob.
rained at the ticket offices, at Spencer House Corner
north-westcornor Broadway and Front: No. 1 Bur- -net
House Oorueri at the Waluul-street House, and
at Derjot OfllOO. foot of Mill. on front .tejtf h...
all necessary Information may be had.
Omnibuses run to and from aach train, and will
call foi passengers at all hotels and all parti or the
city, bi leaving addren at either office.
,. .!...... . . ' W. H. It, NOBLE, ' '
"OH ' , , , Oeneral Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
MM
RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE THA
Sixth-street Depot.
TraJnn run thrnnvh to fMAVAlanil n.nAn.tr. T '
ledoaud ludfituapoiia without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North,
em and North-western cities.
B A. ni. .Ii-vrilisssj TUAIN For Hamilton,
Kichniond, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Wt stern Cities. Connects at Richmond with C. and
0. Uoad for Logansoort. &c.
l.'tll A. 1)1. TR AIN lTnr TlAvInn Rnrlnon.iri
Sandiiskv. Toledo and flhleairn. Thlit truln m.ltni
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening, vonnecis ar. vayton tor ttreeuvllle,
Union. Winchester and Aluncte. Also, at HMn.ltin
for Oxford. Ac.
10 A. III. BXPHES8TItAIN-ForClcvolaod
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, boston. New
lork, and all Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, aud all
Eastern cities.
' .'t.ii l. its iPT jrv-rn-ir.Min,.H th..i j
Indianapolis, Terre Haute and Saint Louis. '
3I3U r. III. TK.;lN-eor iiuytim, Springfield,
Q.ll..f...lnl 11m. IP..I.., n... l. nt-i J
jiniDiuuiaiuv. uiuin, auiimu, Leiiuii, VUloago, ana
all points In Canada. Also, conuecla at Hamilton for
uxiora, c.
1 l,!tO P. M. TVPH R-IS TIT ATV-Fnrl'l.r..
land via Delaware lor Dunkirk, lluljilo, Boston,
Wew York, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at '
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities.
BKJTriB night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M., leaves daily BXCispr SatlkojIS. All other
trains leave daily r.x-itPT Siisiiayh;
Wnm r..l.aB l.r.,.m.U,.- ..... ,.. .11..
Ticket omces north-east comer Front and Broad
way; No. I I'd Walnut-strcot, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Office, on the west side of Vino-etreot.
betweenPostomceand Bnraet House: at the Walnut
street House, or at tho Six th -street Depot.
noia . D. Mcl.A BEN. Superintendent. "
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
FIRST TRAIN DAY IXPRESS AT 10
A. II., connects via Colnmbus and Clevoland;
via Columbus, Steubonvillo and Pittsburg; via
Oolumbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus and Bellalr (Wheeilnt)- Also, Springfield, for
Sandusky, Detroit, Ac. This train stops between
Cincinnati and Columbus, at all the principal sta
tions. ISKCOND TRAIN-Oolnmbns Accommodation
at 4iltl f. Id. This train stops at all station! be
tween Cinciuuati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Springfield.
THIRD TRAIN Night Express at 11:30 P.
M., connects via Columbus and Bellalr ( Wheeling) j
via Colnmbn. Urestlino and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Steubonvillo and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Cleveland.
This Train stops at Loveland, 'Morrow. Xenla
and London. Sl.KKPINft CABS ON THIS TRAIN.
WfThe Day Express runs through t Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Bteubenillle, without
charge oicars.
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Clnrlnnatl
at 11 i30P.M., runs dally, except SATURDAYS.
The othorTrainsrun daily, exceptSUNDAlS.
For all information, and Through Tickets to Bot.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern placet,
apply at tho Otlices, W alnnt Stny t House, No. t Bur
uet House, south-east cornorci Broadway and Froil
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains mil by Columbus time, which 1 ttven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DUBAND. Bnp't.
Omnibuses call for passengers by leaving directiont
at the Tickot Offices. , noli
Two Through Express Trains. Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOOT CHANGE OT 0AE8.
Two Dally Trains lor Vincennes, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 9:110 A, M., aud 8:30 P. M.
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 0:00 A. M
2:110 P, M., and 8:30 P.M.
One Train for Evaneville at 1:3(1 P. M.
The Traim connect at St. Louis for all points In '
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksburg,
Natchez and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at 8:30 P, M, " " '
RiTuaNiNe Fast Line Leaves East St. Louis,
Snndays excepted, at 6:50 A. il.. arriving at Clncln.
nati at 10:10 P.M.
BxruEss Teaim Leaves East St. Louis dally at 2:10
P. HI., arriving at Cincinnati at 6:48 A.M.
FOIt THROUGH TICKETS
To all points West and South, please apply at the
offices, Walnut-street House, between Sixth and.
Seventh-streets, No. I Burnet House, corner office,
nor lb-west conir of Fron t and Broad wav. Silencer
House Office, and at the Depot, corner Froutand Mill-
streets, W. H. CLEMENT, t!:n'l, Superintendent,
Omnibuses call for paasengara. oca
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
?ioTiltrouh Rote for
TERRH HAUTE, ' 1
LAFAYETTE, .
, . CHJOAGO, -
,- . Logans port,
"i ' . pkbu.
FORT WAYNE.
TWO DAILY THBOUSHTBAINS leave 81xto a treet
Depot, at A.M. and 4:80 P.M.
A. M.-INDIAN AFOLIS, ST. LOUIS ft CHIGA.
00 FAST EXPRESS. Through direct, making close
connection! for all other Western and North-western
Glints. Thit Train also connects at Richmond with
Inolnaati and Chicago Roads, for Anderson, Koto,
mo. Loganiport, and all points on Wabash Y allay
PM.-INTJUHAPOLIS, OHICAfiO n.k';
LOUIS NIGHT EXPBKSS.-Thc above Trains make
olote connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette aud Chi
oago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Springneld, Bock
Island, Galetbnrg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples.
Galena, Quincy, Prairie da Ghien, Pans, Peoria, '
Dunlei th, llaclne, Decatur, Bloomlngton, Jollet, La
Halle, St. Paul, and all towns and cities in the North
west
KarThrongh Tioketa given and Baggaga oheekal ' ;
through. , .
For further Information and Through Tickets, ap-
Ely to Ticket Ofncettnortb-east corner ol Front sod
roadway; No. lea Walnut street, near Fonrthiat .
touth-eaat corner of Fourth and Vine street, or at
theBlxtu-etreetPaioi. -m' i, ...
- D. B. MOBBOW, 'nie.hrtondent.
Omnibuses will rail for pastena irs ny leaving tbebt -'
names at either of the Ticket Off ea. .
IW .,...' W. H. - Agent
ANDERSON A H ANNAF ORD, ArchJteet,
ManoliesUr Building, - - - -
.1 H.W. corner Third and Syeomore its., ,
Jl ' CINOINNATI, OHIO.
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