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No. 48.—November 25, 1859.
LADIES' LIST.
A
Ansell Mm C
Andrew Mrs M M Appleten 8 H 3
Armstrong Miss F Anderson Mary B Abhardty Mary
Aldiich Mrs B f Arriton Mrs H Allen Wiry Ann
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Brown Mary W Brown Mrs H 8
Hnnn Klin V Hiker Mm Sent
Brown Mrs Betty
Broom Amelia
Dl.n.1 Un TmM nnllo Palliarm ItukAr Mr. Anil
Bull Mis Harriet Brooks Mrs Jane Ballard Emelle F
. Bonmll KltliuriahBruce Charlotte Buter Elisabeth
Bates Mi s L J Boyd Clementine Blaek&way M A.
Bane tire E H Baldwin Durlnda Barry Qeorgina .
Byrne Marv A 2 Brewer Brums L Blnckman Jane
limuister Mry E Bravner Nancy Binning ttamLUlie
Bradford Louise PRaumgart Mrs R Brockington P J
Berkshire Mollis Butler Miss SH Bruce Miss MS
Brocnio AlrsI'lithe
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Coolean Miss A Crawford Mrs HTCInpperMrs Mary
Campbell Bridget Craln Mrs Julia Cutter Mrs Phebe
Cus9il y M ie J u 1 iaCelvcrtM iss8arahC alvert Miss C
Cope Mrs Louise.Caldwell Harah J Orain Mrs U A
Cbainbcrlln MrsCCribbet Mary J Clay Mrs Susan
('iBn Mrs Sarah J Cleary Mrs E Cornish Maggie
CasseJy Sarah J Campbell Mrs S liarr Mrs Mary A
Cornell Mrs Tills Catlin Elisabeth Cutter Martha J
Costlgan Mrs WmCorbit Miss E Clark Mrs Esther
t lark Hiss A Cook Margaret
Clark Un Ruin
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Dsvls Slis Biddie Dickson Kate 0
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Doty .viss Irene Doll Miss Liisie Harrow Mrs B
DwrIi Miss Towa DanieliMlssMUlyDuncin Mahalda
Douglass Maggie Dulvey Mrs SarahDavis Mrs L A
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Edwards Mrs DJ Edwards MrsH Ellis MrsM OA
Enrnest Elizabeth Swing Miss E
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Floul Miss Alice FFisher Miss Dora Fenneman Sophia
Fox Mrs Amanda FrenehMrsE A French MissEmma
Forties Mrs Alice Fitzgerald M J 3 Fuller Mrs E A
FriesMrs CarollneFrich Mrs F Felton Mrs C
Fuadick Mrs M K Fullilove Mrs M EFroome Martha A
i'raxier Mrs C Foster MissMarionFox Miss Jennie
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flrezg Mrs Angle Qlbbs Hester A Givern Miss Mary
Ourrist Mrs A Qleason Mrs MarrGllls Mrs E D
Oillet .Mrs JoscphOrimn Mrs Mary Graffney Julia
Oilhert Prlwllla Guilford Mrs IS W Gartner Mrs Lucy
(Ir'cn Hattie 8 Goodman Mary Goshen Miss R A
Uribblc Mrs Sarah
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ITewett Mrs Anna Hanson Caroline Heyer Miss Boris
lllll Miss Alice KHaircook Klk'bethHemeyet B Jane
Henderson MrsCVHufTman Klisa HorneMraO M
Harmon Christie Hervey Emma
Hoyt Miss Grace Hamilton Mrs fl
llargrivc Mrs L Harrison Emma
Henderson Lizzie Hard? Eliza
Hobson Mrs E II
Hwtingajulia
Hamilton Jane
Howe Mrs V B
llanrey Mrs JuliaHomerMissLoulsafloffer Julia Ann
Hand Kate Hoover Miss Lena Hall Mrs Mary
Hunter Mrs Maryllalley Lydia C Harley Mariali
Hopkins Sarah J Harrold Mrs Hong land Mrs M
II utts Mrs MttryE Hawkins Btacy Hushes Miss M E
ILiynesMiss N Head Mrs Susan HalpinMrsT
lli:rier Wilhemina Henderson Mrs 8 D
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James Amanita Ingertoll Laty Johnson MrsM J
Jones Miss Clara Jonty Miss Lusls Jones Mary Ann
June Mrs U A Jackson Miss Lucy Jones Mrs Mar
James Mrs Rufus Jones Mrs M A caret
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KillowAnn Kumeg Adeline Krumra Mrs D H
Killough El let C KelnerMrsMary AKerr Mrs Isabella
Kenny Mralv'eil
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l.ngan Mi Anna Loeffer Ernestine Lynch Mrs Johana
Lovry Miss Julia Levi Mrs J LemonMrsMartba
Livingtton LevlnaLarkin Maggie Lindsey Motile E
Lipnkum Mm Mary LlderMissMary Lyon Mellnda
Laird M is) Sarah Lyon Mrs Sarah J
Macs
MrM ,lian MrsEF MeLanghlin M B McCallisterMrs F.
McComas Alice H McMaoken Mrs 8 McDaniel Mrs H
McLaughlinMreMJMoElvain Mary McDaniel Cbarlote
McOormkkMrsA McElrathMrsWMcKlnley Eliza-
McGahe Emma
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Moffett Mrs A Moore Ada
Muhar Mi-s Elisa Minor Emma M
llt-rnan Klis beth Meehlin MrsJ
AltvnMlmKateK Mathews Kate
Horan Miss Agnes
Miller Miss Emma
Morgan Miss Eliza
Medkirke Jose'ne
M mn Mrs J
Madden Margaret Mitchell Mrs Kate
M' eker Louisa
Mooney mrsai o noraannt mrs ii
Mettlir Miss M L Murrav Mary M Movlen Margaret
Mui'iMies Minnie Murray MrsP A Mosher Miss JUte
.Miller Mrs Sarah Mosher Mrs Peter Moods Mrs S
Munwood Miss
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Xewliall Millie C Norton Minerva NoycsMisa Sarah
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U'ltcllly Miss Mary
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Vnmeroy Mrs 0 Painter EllsabeUi Post Miss Eveline
VruMfm Mrs F Patton Hannah P Poiner Mrs J H
fatlmer MissL PullanMiseM Patterson Mrs N
i'icknls Mrs M W Polling Mist 8 Pittinger Sorihia
PoullalierMrsS
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ItenshawMisp KtteRand Miss E Rogers Miss Anne
KiegertMissL Rogers Mrs HV Repetto Mad'le A
K'igers Misi M 8 RomainMlBsIreneReese Mrs 0
Kiter Mrs Martha Robinson Jane Radford Elizabeth
Koop Mrs Mary Koos Miss RabettoReid Mlasl'aulena
Ronutin Mist 8 A
Smiths
Smit Mrs Benlali 8mlth Margaret Brailh Miss Rose
puilh Mrs Or C P Smith Mrs M L Smith Miss 8
Siuiiu Mrs Eunice tfmllh Mils HesterSmlth Miss gallic
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Sheppard Mrs E Sanfonl Emma! Sterling Annette
Htury Mrs HannahSherer Elizabeth Btackliouse Mrs C
Slwklard Mrs K B Spellman E Sipple Catharine
rfuittsmeser Lizzie Sax wn Mrs E Steinmever Mrs D
1-Ulnncck Liizy Stebhins Mrs SD Shelter MitsMary
Sliencer Susao 8 Shulty MlssSue SeibenthalMJ
Fu'wart Mrs A Sparks Miss SarabSnyder Martha
Sli.-tllinck Mrs C Stewart Miss SalleShaw Mrs Nancy
Sine Miss Mary E Sullivan Alslna
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Tittle Mary Ann Thompson MrsJ Thomas Miss Alice
Todd Miss Mary J ThompsonMissAFTowsbnrg Ange
ThumponMlssEJ VaughroMro J C Vagan Muis Nancy
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Wilson Mrs JohnJ'vThitaker Mrs F Watson Blanche
V'ebli Miss Kate Winants Mrs C Z Wilkinson Louisa
V'ilonMrsG Wells Helen
Williams Mrs D P
Watson rj L D Watson Mrs H
Winters Mrs Jane Williams Eliza J
MornnllMrsM Williams Mrs B
Waters Racnael A Wing Mrs HBO
Williamson R E Werue Miss M A
Woodall Mrs L
Wallace Mrs E
Withers Mrs 8
WilkinsonSarahJ
Waters Sarah L
Vlttkl MlMtnrali
Woodruff Mary Williams Halite 3
Wilton Mary A
Walker Mrs 8 il
Wilson MrsMarvB WirtM Tercu .1
Woodruff Mary L WebsUir Mary A
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Young Mrs Wm R
Vi clch Bridget
Young Kate
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
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A lien Ambrose Alpaugh J K 4 Anderson M 8
Applogato C B Avers J A AronsWmC
Allcmong A W Arlott Jas Auker 8
Andrews Frank Allen Israel Allen 8 B
Amnion Daniel Ames ily A AnnstrongW
Allison Geo 21 Allgeyer MatthiasAlbers Dr Wm
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Bicrman Alex Bierbower Jas 0 Bolton Rufus L
Benson l C Brewster Jo A Byrne Petor
Kartels A Weber Bean John Booth Robert
jiioom A xaumgartuer j m Borie Dr M
liloadsilell A W
Biitiar lihas
Bloom Andy 8
Ketat Chae
Hake Charlie F
Harclay David
Hon net Geo W
Uruton Dniel
Hit! ley EH A Vo
Unttor Hr (S W
Harnett Elie E
H itlenus D
Hack man Fred
Bosworth H H Bryson Peter.
Baughman Isaac Bishop P
Burlln John Bundy Richard
Bate John Black Wm L
Bailey Jonathan Bradley Wm E
Breed John (J F Brinser Wm
Barton JnoG BraUyB (cashier)
haynton Dr J F Brooks H A
uelman John Batrta Wm H
Bailey Isaac Belts Thos
Brsckenrldge J F Bauer T W
Duynton josnua ueacb wm H
Burns John 0
Barnes Thomas
Bullock Wm B
Ratchleor Wm
Barker Wm
Barbae Wm B
Burkhart W H
Brown Charley
HnHM Ferdinand Berrv John
Bros Ferdinand Burkbead H
il.wun U W
ilurrows George
Blake Lyman
itavis M
Brooks M 0
liartou K i
llruiilev Jaa Barry Richard
IijrueJiibu Brown Naac
C
r liaie A W C rowan Jeremiah Carr Thomas
' lyde Master A L Oourmons John
iox wm 11
Cope Thomas
Colgan Thos B
CoreT T
Craig Wm
Cric&ton Wm
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Oiwel) B ft 8
'avallo Ceaaro
'aln F. D
t'arr t M 3
CigshallO
CsrncsGill
Olavon John
Clement Jas M
Caldwell Henry
Conkling J D
Cheever Mosea
Casey Patrick
Cromwell Peter
CrnmeProfP M
lark James W
Callaghan Patrick
Conroy Peter
lan riugn
lark Mr (Editor
Catbcart R 8 School Visitor)
Canning J J
Cmtie Ji'hn
Conner John 8
Conaty James
juniy ratnea uooa: jiugn
Calwell Rudolph Clark WO Hun
Cowdery 8 M Cook J W (caeh'r)
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Coombs i w
Cady 8 1
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'jirV-r J Herrageaohamherlaln B
tjonuoons JMfc Co
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Diebnll, Bakman Dal ton Joseph
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Collins fc TlptA
Campbell Robert
Devol Hiram
lb Co
Douglass J R
vrsy Samuel
DsKorcst B
C.'Itr. A P
Druhig JohnP
Ihiiiham John
Dwyur J.imea
Denny John
Huffy M W
IVnn R C
Dudley UL
Darliey Jamei A Douglass 8 M
3ST'r'JJb,.,. Doill Barren
Parnler William DaltonChas
Dudley Wm Dawson Aaron
Diggs Wm Derbyshire Q K
Dawson Dr W D I Dee or Dea Daniel
Dunn Thomas Doren Francis
Davliton IssadoreDnrkee George W
Denny Fd
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FarnMS : . ... Eberwon Frank EggertyAV
F.vrsnHd Michael Edwards H Fills: Cavender
F.rnitWmM . EnpsJesso . Eaton E0
EichomRvVle4HUas J. W ,
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I'd ran B M Fairbanks Dexter Fnsner John
Vrank B
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Ferreljj ernes A
Fish Albert C
Fuller George
reiix Feter
Floyd Wm 1
Frank W
Frank W
F.inrhlMchRevC Field JD
Facaly Caleb Pi FlnleyJohn
Fmnclsco Francia Fide John
FayGM lake? James
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Grass Andrew OateaDWO Olraw William
Griffith Charles Graham Ellas Gage Will M
Graham Chaa F Galllnger David GlesenDrHW
Guld Cornelius B Grant Jacob L Gegan William
Glass Mr. Ginger Joseph graze; S P
Graham Alex Gul.ler John GroffWrnJ
GransDrDS Greene Jacob Gibson Master
Gray George A S Getys John Wilfred D
Glffhorn F GuysingerJS Garrard WmR
OillinGL GlaseJoseph Glass R R
Gammon Philip Gleason Lorenio Weer John R
GUmore Thomas GressleMJ Greshel Jacob
Green Winter Gordon Robert Guidi Lloyds
OreavesWIlBllm .
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Hendersons; long Pills John E
Harding Adam Haaoke H G A
Haskins C B Hess Bar J W
llenson Allen W Houston J R
Hem Charley H Howell John
Henderson Edwin Hayer John
Howard D W Ilntchkisj Jos.
Hlnchey Robert
Hogan Patrick
Hoffeld R
Hawes Pat
Hubert Robert
Housewright 8 L
Hopkins wm A
Hardy Geo T Hotohkiss Hamll- Harrington Tuno
Henna Geo ton thy
Hillermanffln J HnatflandJohn H Hoover Wm
Hartman Francis HuuHinger Jos Huff Samuel D
Headden Geo B Hagan John D
Hendricks George Havens L R 1
Halm Henry II ock Roman
Hayden Jos B Hughes Peter
Hamilton Jas Hall John F
Hamilton, Fuller Harris Newton
& Co Harris John
Hatch 8
Hooper WB
Horn Wm
Hunter Wm
Hull J
Harrison H B
Harrison T G
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Jewett Thomas fe Jackson Jacob
Johnston F W
Johnston J W
Johnson M
Johnson R W
Jones R L
Jones Wm I
Johnson Wm W
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Jiinte Pierre
Jaunders Chat
Isaacs Albert C
lab A J
Ingles C has
Jackson F
Jolly J B
Ji nkins Reuben
HUT Thomas
Jefferson Wm
Johnston C W
Jones Edw L 8
Johnson Francis
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Klrtlev Joel
Kopp Chai
Kendall Chai F
Knell Andreas
Koran Edward
Kellogg EDsign
K reitai Frecl
Kelshsw John
Lock ChasT
Lemmon Benj t
Leidy Josal
Keenan John
Ketcham J B
Kief KO
Kirvan Mlhael
Keller Louis
Kesler Peter
Kirk Jas
Kemper nngh
Kemper Henry
Kestner J B
Kost John
Lomier Henry B Laws Myron L
1 T 1. n T : Al : ..V ..1
Lvon L
Lerasu Chas
Lucas
Lanson Robt
Littlewood G J
Lynch Absalom
Lee David
Lorelsnd X J
Leach B
Lloyd W T
Livingston Wm
Lonng H A It Co Lamb Peter
Lajicon John Losee Simeon 2
Lynch John W Lillbridge W
Levi H Leonard Samuel
Laup M Landman This
Leak Thos D Lnckett Thos H
Ludlow Wm H Lawton Samuel
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Moore Thos II Mason Abner
Moore Geo MollittA
Minor D J Mcrdin Henry
MykrautsChrli Mitchell H W
Marsh & C.i Marsh Jno W
Muench G ft Co Marlatt Jas
MonsonetD T Minsoner Jas
Maylen Dennis Mackey Hiram
Mulleny I) M Morgan Jas
Murrav Hugh Murnhv Martin
Mailman F
Morris Jno D
Miller Geo W
Miller Henry
Miller Jerry
Miller Jas H
Miller Harry F
Miller H J
Muler Jas
Montgomery Jai
Maloy Jas
Mooney Jno B
Merriam Jno d
Meier L R
Mayhew L 0
Muller Wm
Mitcham Wm
llaffitt Wm
Mitchell J B MsrtinX R
Mitchell HW Milton Michael
Mulloy Michael Mitchell P or 0
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MeersRL Murray J as A
MelendyP Moon Simon J
Marshall &fun'l Manun Thos
Marks I J MutiyLR
Macs
McCartyfcWilson McCard Jno H
McCarty D&n'l
McCav A
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McCulloughWm McUohnickJas
McMillan Jas Mcllwratb Wm
McLior Jas
McLaughlin Jno McLamburgh J
McKee Thos
McRus Samuel
MoAnly Jas
HcNeal Niel
incintosn uuss AJcLeanjas
McDonough Jas
McHartyJno .
McNuleaFO
Noel Chas B
McYonlgle Jno
McDonald A
McDonald Sandy
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Neese Faulk ness
Narr James:
Mpon James
Nicholson Valentine
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Orr James N
O'Brien Michael
Oborne 8 W
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Paige & Clary
Parknurst E C
Peterson Geo
Phelps John B -Purtlll
James
Parker Martin C
Parker Peter
Phelps 8 F
Pine 8
Palmer E W
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Quick Joseph
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Reilly Michael
Rice 8elden
Rice John V
O'Hare Edward
O'Conner John
Osburn Tom
Pofflnberjer A
Paddock C
Peal David
Prescott Joa
PoggenglasaH
Patchin Manny
Porter R J
Parker Robt F
PettitTheoK
Poppe Wm
Orr James R
O'Farel Thomas
Usborn Solomon
Perry Charles
Pollard 0 B
Parish H G
Pennington Jas
Pendery John L
Price Peter
Pechiney Peter
Poor Blandish F
Prendergaat Wm
Reynolds
Raymond Burr
Reinhsrd B A L
Rose D 8
Rainey E A
Richardson 0
Rlcheaon Jas
Ray Alotixo
Rea John L
Ryder Jas B
Root J H W
Rowe Levi
Robb Jos A
Ring J M
RicketU John
Roilgers Dr
Hodgers John
Rogers Phel in
Robinson Stephen
Kle hards Dr SB
Ktlev CaptThol Rutherford Goo
Rilcv Wm
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Riter Isaac F
Robblns Rufus P
Ransom 0 P
KeiliyJohnB
Bitter Henry
itenscn jas a
Ryan Wm
Binenour Jacob, jrRandallWm H
juaenour maj j neuneaa noses
Raus Samuel
Rsga Dr P
Rainey Samuel
Row Jacob 3
Smiths
Smith John
Smith Jas
Smith J K
Ryai Patricks
Reynolds Jas J
Smith Wut
Smith WmM
Smith Thoi
Smith Geo W
Smith E D
Smith CW1
Smith GF
Smith Wm
Smith & Baldwin
Smith Patrick
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Scott John L Scott Lucien
Shenard Herbert Shaw Ed
Shepherd John
cuiaw James U
Mhiw Daniel W Stephens Rir-lurrl Kinhen. R n
Btevenson David Squires Benjamin Btratton&Barnard
Short Adam Short Capt Alex Sampson Charles
SamylO SieamburgerO E Snvder AlhertK
Steele Chas M SheehanCorneliusStmhbriilge Chas
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Sutherland Edwd)
Shannon David
Stephen GuaUv
Simon Emanuel
Stanley Edward
Stockum John
Stockwell John
ScffJF
Shafler JohnC
Khepp Hezekiah
Silencer John
oeay ur ueo w
Sethman G W
Story James
Stowe Johann
St John H
Spears Joe
Seward Jas L
Styner Jacob
Swetman H P
Sliurman l.iikit
Sayer Daniel
Streffel George
Sanders James'
rthafer John
Stearnes Geo
Swift HO
Shelden Herbert
Stowe J I.
Scull Joseph
Bhurragir M M
Shoemaker R M
Settle Wm
Sickles Wm G
Stiles DM
ShadelO
Boutherland M
Shannon Patrick SampleReynoldsP
Staarwath Peter Sliain Thos I
Shattack W B
Snade Seth
Stockton Thoa
Sullivan Thos
Shaffer Wm
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Thompson R H
Taylor A B
Thomas Henry
Thorp Abner
Shappall Wm B
StonerWm
Thompson Thol
Taylor Geo T
Thomas F W
Turner Si Hart
Tweed A D E
Tlernay Geo
Tucker Geo W
Thompson W F
Taylor Joseph
TreadwellPerry
and Martha
Tiffin E A
xarrant n a
Tlnkham E T & A Tynan D
Trice Henry Telly Henry
Turner Joeph Tearney John
Turner John
Tankersley Dr JHTomllnion Jas
Taite Thos J
Hue iivron
Tlnton Thos Vincent Van Benjamin
Voorhes Thos Vsn Rusley DrJHVanfossln N Hi
Varle Rufus H Vandover R H Vemman F H
Vincent Scott VogallTh
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Wheeler Robt H Williamson BsmlffWebb E
Watson Andrew Wright Anderson Wiley Geo W
Watson JO Wilson John Woodward James
Watson Calvin Wright WmT Wilkinson John R
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Walker 8 J
Walker Rev DB
Walker DrMV
White G W .
White A D
winter MD Wood James E
Wolff Thos 3 Wolcott H G
Watsons & Co Windram John
rraason ninion wanonjosir
Woods, Christy tt Wade M D
Warren John
Williams D
Co
Wolf Dr M
Wnolflck D V
Woodlock
Wolfing ton 8
Wolff Wm
Wells W Vf
Wherly WalW
Weed WW
Wesley Wash
WllliamaElrirMffnWhati'h K
Williams John f WilmoreGeo
Williams John H Woodward DW
Williams Raper S Wallace D 0
Williams
waueu j
Williams Geo
Williams 8 D
Young Thos E
Young John
Wyette Geo
Wilmore E
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Yount Davis
Yonng August
Young Chas W
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LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN COVINGTON POST
OFFICE November 56, 1869:
Apperson R, Jr Boden Samuel
Bicknell Ira
Brown Mrs 8 A
Dattpnshv J
Bowen John
Bacon Emaline2
Brandt Rev E H
Brown ft Pace
Commons Thos
Caldwell Mrs 8
Collins MissE
Clary Widow
Coda J
Culbertson W
Dudley t W
Dodge LB
Edwards 8 G
FlvnnTOtl
Brown Miss A E
BarrOeo W
Coda J
Carton P a
Cavanaugh D
Callory John
CunlU
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Cummingham R Callopy Wm
vupper in
Conefy J
Carpenter R
Canny Miss M
Davis Mary E
Dord WmT
Elliot Miss M J
Clark MiaaM H r.
Davidson J
Dunn J
Davis J
Emmitt J
Flannagan J
Frailer MrsB R
Hesum MlssO
Houien J
Harrison A P
Hannibal Mrs A
Huston W
Knight Andrew
KellvJ
risoer j
Frsaler Moggie B Flogan P
uaies a. a
Harrison Rev
Hobos J W
Heely J
Haydon A W
Johnson Miss C
Kltsel M
Lewis W
Livingston J P
ScCartyMrsF
McCanrt J .
Mason R
Matthews J A
Martin Mrs
Owsley W W
PhlllipmlT
GullJ A
Howell Geo W
Hawkins Susan
Uamana J
Hand L
Jones Mr i
King Charlotte
Lunafnnl Rich
Lore Miss M
McManamore M Mitch. I I.I
Mullen Matilda MarUn Wm
Murray Peter McGrawFS
Marks Josephine, McCarty Julia
McKay J . Manlfuld R L
n ixon urunan B
raiten Agnes u
Pollock W
Pyle Angsllne
Parrish T A
Sichardson Thos
oblnson Thos
Ruse Mrs FA
Shnman J
Smith J D
Smith Mary
Thomas V
Walker Miss 8
Williams Antony
Wood Mrs A
Warner John
Walker Jane
Walker Miss JG
Hummer 8aliie
Powers Maggie
Ranoe P
Rey John :
Reese Thos
Simple Mrs A
Sonp Frank
Bympson Mary
shay Monheu
Williams Miss A
Windsor W B
Williams EM
Willis Thos 0
Wilson W H
White Ann
Punss BR
CulnlanL
Hoyce T D
Rogers Mrs C T
Smith Thos A
Smith Wm V
Blnvllle R
Stewart David
Usher MrsM -WHIUunsMrsH
White George
Walker WmM
Wolfe Daniel
Wilson John
Wynns Wm
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they are advertised. W. 1). HOLT. Po.Um.ti.r7t
D. DE. FOREST.
Boolt Binder and Paper Ruler,
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LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN THE POST OFFICE
ja.ii newport, ny., novemoer SB: .
AlcanL Atkins RH BylerT
Bailey Mary Brown Wm 8 Brown J T
Bart IS Barry NJ Bok 1 infer J
BrumerJX Baldwin R BntlerllrsO
Bush Miss 0 CadyGHS Carlton 0 H
Campbell Mrs 8 CarralMrsO Clifton MissL
Clark Jas A Ilalton Hiss J Dommet M
DunlapWR, Dcvany M Edwards Miss X X
BiiirumisHDI r.user AJioecie u x.merson Wm Jl
EichcrJ Fleming Mrs R A Fowler Wm
FonIM . Fortune MrsP GunterG
Gray G W Oorgcni M G las 0
Hampton W HaynesJR Hawkins Miss K
Hock F Hemmerle Mit Hoffman Mrs M
Helm MrsFT Harris N C Hawes J B
Hold Miss M E9 Hill Mrs I flcdgson T
Jones W H Juppenlatg J Ja lice Miss B
Kolley.JB Krittel P K ester J
Keim W R Koblmann A Lee R
Miller Mary MelondMrsH Marsh Fannie
Morton Miss E Mahonyjobn Moran Dan
Marstern Mollie MagrahJas McHenryMrsH
McGearyMrsE McEliveeWm McKelee Bridget
Mcllvain Thos McGlanihlin T ' Nellens Wm
NsymanAE NewellEIIia OrrellThos
Phil lips Miss C I- Pepless MiasM Parker Miss V
PerrinMlssME Page Mrs V Piatt Mrs NB '
Runnels MrsJ A Richardson MrsBRaodolph Jane
Stone John Singleton Albert Stocket E E
BcbellMaryE Bheeley Wm Stone Rebecca
Sage Miss Sallie Smith Mrs 4 Theis Charles
Thomas Mrs OliveTumer OwenC Terrell E 8
Turner Lucende White John Ward Thomas
Wvlev Luelnria Wagner Peter Wfumiin AImtm
Wlllehilllch Kate Wagner Miss Ida Wagner Emily
Wicks Richard Wbitten James Winton Mrs Sancy
TV uuucti " uci nwuwwu Bli
Post-oflice U open on Sunday from nine till ten
J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
BUSINES3 CARDS
HARRISON & COLLINS'
piENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, cor-
J ner of Fifth and Western-row. Photographs,
neiainotypes ana Amorotypes taken cneaper than
elsewhere In the city. Oil Oolored Photographs
made of all sizes, from life to the smallest miniature.
Pictures neatly set in Lockets, ureast-plns, Dinger,
rings and Bracelets. Ail work warranted,
iiolo-ay A. 8. BLUOM, Artist.
Door Locks,
R. R. CAR AND SWITCH LOCKS,
Door and Gate-Spring.,
HOUSE BELL MATERIALS,
SILVER-PLATED DOOK-PLATES,
Bells Hung, Keys Fitted.
The public are respectfully Invited to call and ex
amine the various patterns and prices, All Jobbing
promptly attended to
gkorgk McGregor,
no2cm Ho. 133 Fifth-street, 2d door from Race.
OANDY! O AND V
II. 1ST, OXgjCLiELEL,
(Huooeesor to Hrsat Oo,)
Manufacturers and Whulesftle lealort
-IH-
riNK AND PLAIN CANDIES.
40 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI
; myl7
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
134 MAIM 8TBEIT, CINOl tfATl, 0.
KITREDQE&FOLSOM,
65 St. Charles street, Mew Orleans, La,,
liniiortera of Guns Se 8prrtln Appnratns,
inn Dkii.ssa in onn powdib.
RAILROAD HOTEL,
(Fronting the Steamboat Landing.)
Noi-th-eant Corner Broadway and Front.
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
R. F. LEVERING, Proprietor.
oc"-cmJ
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
MANCrACTUaKRS AXD DkAXIU ID
JjlURNIXUKK, CHAIRS, AND ALL
stand, Mo. 13a Sycamore-street, east siuo, between
rourin ana r niu-Bireets, soventn store above
Fourth-street. Church Pews lined unrt rnilnniwl
All orders promptly attended to. ocl-cm
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spikes
Ktc. Also, Agents for the sale of lronton Star Kails
Warerooms So. id East Hecond Htrmt. (Hnulnnait I
Ohio.
WAI1 kinds Iron made to order. 106
LEEHDERT BYL,
CLEANER OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
WB'xih-itreet, between Vine and Race, in
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may lavor him with their patronage.can rely on pane
tuality and low prices. sepl-ar
iTIoncy! JHoiicj! iTloucy!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
skemoveo iron 00 west rjlxtbitreet,
f ONKT LOANEDON WATCHES. JEW
ITJlELUY" and all kinds of llercusndise, at low
rates of Interost, at Ho. 173 Tine-street, between
IfourUi and Filth. m
Book Binding
fN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 SAST
fourth-street, between Main and S' oamo", Cin
cinnati. eMTIJIe-blndlngln every style. Musi t Books neat
ly and durably bound. V, JBOPIB.
fiyM-Hml
PHILADELPHIA
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. IH FIFTH-8TBEET, SOUTH 8IDK,
(Near the corner of Vine,)
V. I.. VICKERH, Proprietor.
Oysters and Game served in all styles. Meals at all
hours. nolcm
MEDICAL CARDS.
DR. SAM'JL SILSUEE
K SPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OK
-UTHB BK.IN, BBE0MATIB11, DISEASK8 Of
WOMKN, and such Chronic complaints as maybe
benefitted br the Hrnvenio and Atmonathla
ofhlsofflce.
Vapor, Bulphar, Iodine, Arsenio, Mercury, Tur
kish, Busslan and Electro -Chemical Baths, a Die
nensary of Medicine, and everr mannnr it RlArtA
and Magnetic Apparatus.
NO. 97 WEST BEVENTH-BTBHT.
'Office henrs 9 A. M. to t P. anlt-tff
R. S, NEWTON, M. I).
Office, 90 West Seventh Street,
t (twain rtai aso aioa.
106
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Ornos-Ne. M West Seventh street, between Vine
and Bace. Bmiobmob-IIo. S3 Seventh street, be.
ween Walnut and Vine.. Orrica Bonas 1H to SH
A, llXtoJP.M.tvtoap.M.
JEWELRY.
n. P. EL1AS'
New Wholesale
WATCH&JBWBLMQ0I7SB
16 West Fourth Street,
Where ean be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a mnoh less prloe, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered In tbls market.
GIVE US A CALL
And see for yourselves.
WM. WHITAKER
JitWELBB,
No, MX S. K. Cor, fifth and Lodge streets, betwes
Walnut and Vine, Olucinuatl.
Agood asaortmen tof SILVXtt and PLATED WABa.
BPKUTACL8, etc., kept oonitantly on hand.
Bpoclal attention given to Cleaning and Bepalrlna
Watches and Jewelry. mrlO
BEGGSsjTsMITH, Ho. 6 West tth gf.
ARB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their Inrire assortment of Watobes. Jewelrv.
Silverware end Diamonds. "
A One assortment of Plated Tea Bats and Ontlery
REMOVAL . E. " OSMOND, Itf'. D."
Dentist, has removed to J72 Vlne-streot, near
Beventh, opposite the Gas Office, uoZi'bra
. SEWING MACHINES, n
The Latest Improvement
BROWN'S SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINES!
MANUFACTURED BY THE OHIO
Sewina? Machine Company, 40 West Fourth.
vtrei, vspriMBijriMipMi iur raniuy usp, ireee ns.
Inif, Oalter fitting and Tailoring. Warranted to
live periecisatisiaouon or l a. money returned, vo
uut iuii w rzaoiine neiore purcnasing, aixtrain
uucwjisow ouereu to aseuis.
, . Ii, BHOWH, Agent, .
BQ-ni 40 Wsst Fourth-street.
LADD, WEBSTER 6e CO.'S
LOOK BTITOH
1 SEWING MACHINES.
80 West Fourth-Btr set,
' nerween vine ana walnut-streets, Utnclnuau.
W Bead for a Circular. ' . t mH
$30. $30. $30.; $30.
MOOKE'B
Thirty-Dollar Double lock-Stilch
FMILYSEWINGMlCniNES
BECUBID BY RECENT LITTERS PATlCHT,
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PKO
MOnMOED by all eompetent Judaea, who
Ily Sewing Machine ever Introduced, reaardlese
price, it wm sew an ainas oi lanuiy gooas,
from the very thickest to thever, fltiMt fabrics made.
anu uses an aioas oi enreau, rrotn n o. s to zuu.
SI all SB need an snnnr ,h nnnhlna.
Bend for a circular, or call and ae It in onaratlou.
Dpun early application, State and County Bights may
beeeenred.
An eaersetio person can make a fortune In a short
time. Agents wanted in all unsold territory.
Jt. (J. HS ltTilMIS,
Be le and exclusive agent for the United States,
epl4fin S West Konrtn -street. Cincinnati,
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY 6 00.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND POWEB.) '
And all binds nt Priming ffnterlnl, Nos.
17Ji 17 9 nno 177 west neeonu-street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION 18 CALLED
to our MKPAL JOBBEK. Within the last
eighteen months we faavo introduced them into four
teen different States of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power is
applied to the center of the platen i consequently
there is no possibility of its springing from any
amount of pressu re. The motion is so transmitted
to ii a to cause a dwell on tne point or contact with
the form, insuring A PEBFKCT XUPBESSION at
DiKn rate oi speed.
Printers in want of the BEST JlinnVH .hnnlri
not Purchase elsewhere without irivinir Ihliano.
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WABBAtiTED to give the moat entire satis
faction. no3
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at last inst wlint the LriMm htLvm Ia. nAnrfAA
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Kllxlr la warranted in enra .11 ill..
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
woiun, tne moneys, tne uvarles, and the Urethra,
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb. Painful Menat.ru
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; In fact, a perfect enrs
Is gaarranteed by the use of from two to hve bottles
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how long standing. Price $1 per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Oard of one of the most prominent Drug,
gists of Cincinnati.
"lO TUB rUBLIOAnu THE LADIES IN I'ABTlOTtAa.
We. the undersiened. are not In tha hahit of vlvln.
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
uauy ruHiciau, anu tnomeuicine CAiieutne utsrine
Elixir, we cheerfully recnminend it to all female.
suffering from Female Disease of any kind; it Is
purely vegetable, and In no case can do Injury; wc
say to all try, and our word for it, you will find re
lief. . X. D. UIIili, Druggist,
aep27 "Corner or Fifth and Bace-streets."
A LSO
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH 6IMU
LATINO OOUQH AND LIVER BALSAM
cures, without fall, patns in the Breast, Back,
Side or Limbs: Uoughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Dlffl
cultr of Breathing, Headache, Flatulency, Heart
burn. Cbronio Bheumatism, Billions Cholic, Cramp
Cholio, Griping Palus of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and in Pain
ful Menstruation it is a certain cure, and gives
iiuaieuinis reuei. in any or cne auove aisoases
It will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the useof twobottles.. OnlyMoents
Oer bottleso chean that AVArv Mwn ran ml It.
N. B. For sale t; F. D. HILL. Druggist, corner
of Baceand Fifth-streets: J. D. PARK, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; BDIHE, KCK8TKIN "o
corner Vine aud.Fourth; JOHN DtCKSuK, corner
of John and Sixth; PAUL HK1NLHIN, comer el
Eighth and Freeman. Also, KDWABD 80ANLAN
i.'J'Jj corner of Main and Fourth; and Madams
ELLIS, 24 East Fourth .. sep27-ay
II ILL N ..PATiSWT.
THE MOST R ELI ABtE FIRE AND
BUBGLAB PBOOF SAFES. They have given
more satisfaction than any other now in use.
WeoBer areward of ONE THOUSAND DO I,.
I.ABH to any person that can, op to the present
time, shows single Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this BAFB we challenge all competition, as
beiug 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
Party failing flnOo forfeit to the othor, the sum
Of S!2(M0t
We are prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, thau any other manufacturer in the United
States.
Second-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Werespectfullr invite the public to call and exam
ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere,
L HALL, OABROLL CO.,
angU-ayt Hos, Ift and b Kwt Columbia street
Wt B. DODDS,
FormerlyofHall.rJoddsAOo.-.UteCrban.DoddsAOo.
W. II. Dodds t Co.,
susnrricmraiaa or tub
OONORETin
Fire and Burglar Proof
S -A. 3J1 3D S Z
B. W. Corner of Vine A Second Streets.
This Is the most reliable FIRS AND BTJBOLA
PBOOF SAFE that is made in the United Btates, and
fat warrauted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
can be found elsewhere. , .
We. have a large assortment oa bnnd, and are da.
termlned to sell at prices that cannot fail to please.
Old Safes
Takes In exchange. BBOOND-HAND SAFES al.
ways op hand at extremely low prices. gjx
J. J. BUTLER'S
Eicclgior riuid ' inks.
Maunfactory, 30 Vine fit. M
WM. II. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
n.mi ND coN8ELL0R AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of the Snpsrior and Common Clean
TJu.--.8"11" BuIII". nortU west corner of Main
ud Third-streets. D0
lot?'
i ii j Sill iiiiii
INSURANCE.
BY ST ATE" ATJtHOBITT.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
aw-Agencyestablishedln Cincinnati in 1H'2S, an
tedating all present local Insurance Companies and
Agencies In tne Insurance business In thlsuily. 3:1
years oonr ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perience,, nterprise and liberality, especially Cora
mend the ATNA In.iirancA (Inmnanv In thA fitvnrn..
bie patronage of this cornmnutsi' 'tending solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 1
Losses paid In ( Inrlnnntl during past Firs)
Yeure, M13it,034 !T.
Gash CapitalJ9)l,000,000.
(ABSOLUTE AND UNIMPAIRED..! WITH A
SURPLUS OV 1,030,4X3 80.
Ana the prestige of 40 years success and ezpesienoe.
IKVISTMIKTS Or '
Over $100,000 In Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF 8 1 '4,000,000, L.0R4E8
Have been paid by the JStna Insurance Company In
tne past 40 years.
Fflrsi Bind Inlnnri Nnvlirnt in. Risks Moentl
at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits.
MPwisiBiwunuDgirpn io insurance ox uweuings
and Contents, for terms of 1 to if s.
appnoaiion maue to any amy .atnoriiea Agent
piwmptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insurance Lnslness. thla Oomnanv I. .nalilnd
to oner both Indemnity for the past and ssoxtrityfor
the future, P liclesissued without delay by
ma, ii. us kis,n, Agent, no. to mam street,
A. F. TATO .Assistant Agent.
H. K. L1ND BY, Agent 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOK E , Agent. Fulton . 17th Ward, ant
BY STATE! AUTHORITY.
New Insurance Agency
; Of Old Established
Companies!
OWEIV OWENS, jr, Agent
No. 4 Public Landing,
CINCINNATI, 0.
CONWAY INSUKANPE CO.,1
Casi Assets,
Sili'4,000.
Cwili Assets,
8173,000.
Cltsh Assets,
S4-'io,ooo.
vi uouway, mass. )
LAFAYETTE IN8., CO., 1
oi urooKiyn, a. i. j
HAMPDEN IN8. CO., 1
of fcprlngfleld, Mass.
BOARD OF CINCINNATI REFKBENCE:
Hlnkls, Guild It Co., It. A. IToIilon ft Co.,
Wilson A Hayden, (looilman A Vornhol,
ftadleri Bro., N. W. Thomas A Co.,'
Latimer, Colbnrn ft Lupton, James Calhoun, Ksu.,
Kimble Weed. '
Bisks takon on the most favorable terms consistent
with solvency.
Lossos honorably adjusted, and tironiitlrnald In
Cincinnati.
OWEN OWENS, JR. iGBNT
(Late Assistant Sec'y Firemen's Ins. Co.)
Io9amt1
CONSOLIDATION
or
Fire mid Ma.lne Insurance A gentle
or THR
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Offices: Nos. 171 Vina and 40 Maia-stroeta,
OINOIKKATI.
CiMh Caultnl.... Ml. 11110.1)110 00
Anuria J,030.44;i MO
TUB UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
inform their frieuils and patrons I hat they have
this day ontvieil into partnership, nnder the name
and style of CABTElt k LlNDBkiY, as the Fire aud
marine insurance Agents oi ine jmua insurace
Cnsnnanv, of Hartford. Conn., and have thereforo
connoliiatod tholr separate Agencies. For the con
vouinnce of their customers and otbors. thoy con
tinue both onVcs, No. 171 Vine and No. 4U Main
street, where t)ey will be pleased to hoar from their
irionos, ana trust iiiiii tnepatrnuagvtiiatnasnitnerto
been so liberally boaiowvii to each will not diminish
by the union thus formed.
(14KTRR ilc I.INflHUV.
I A ait IPQ II nmniLMi '
(nni urn ii, vjAiunit, i A Mt
UKNRY K.UNDHEY.) A9llU,
I'inciiifiHti, November 1, nolnm
WlOTMMjiU
OK CINCINNATI.
OFFICB IN THE BKOOND STORY OF
No. 2 Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
This Company is taking Fire, Inland and Marine
Bisks at current rates of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
DIBECTOBS:
TFEckert, V Ball. BWPomeroy,
William Glenn, W C Whltcher, W C Maun.
Robert Mitchell, W H Comstock, L O E blone,
Bobt Bnchanau, CGSliaw, Geo Stall,
Wm Bel lew, Seth Evans, J H Tsaffe,
David Gibson, H Bracbman, J U Isliam,
U Clearwater, Thos it Klllott.
T. F. EC'KEBT, President.
Btiphum Moask, Secretary. nog
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
Off CINCINNATI, OfllO.
DIBECTOBS:
William Wood, Isaac C. Copelen,
James F. Cunningham, Uvilney 8. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrecber, Joseph Beakirt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
George B. Dixon.
ISAAC tl. COPELEN, President;
Gso. W. CorsLEN, (secretary.
A. M. BOSS, Surveyor.
Ts prepared to issue Policies on Firs stud Marine
Bisks, on favorable terms. Office No. 8 Wtst Third
street, Trust Co. Building. nosbfm
National Insurance Co.,
Ctnolnnatl, Ohio.
(Office Bouth-weat Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
fire Bisks
TAKEN AT CURRENT HATES.
DIBECTOBS:
John Burgorue, E M Smith, Bobert Moore,
Wm Hepwortb, Chas L Moore, M Pechheimer,
F X Wiademer. Thos Ons. HWSmllh.
JLBosa Thos B Biggs, Henry Kills. .
H 0. UBNEB, Bsc'y. J0. BUEOUY NE, Free. .
noBbfm P. A. fpniQMAH, Surveyor. V
flfMAinnal, TnanwnnAA PAmwAMw,
ESTABLISHED IN 1639.
CAPITAL. $150,000.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
HOBES against Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation.
DIBECTOBS i
Jno.WHarf well, Allen Collier, Willlnm Resor.
John W Kilts, Jamvs Luptou, Chas.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Frar.er, J W Cannld,
D T Woodrow, BMW Taylor, A 8 Wlnslow,
0 S Wlllkuus, HJInBirney, Bowman C Baker.
JOHN W. HARTWELL, President,
0.. W. Wii.iiamu, Secretary
no
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elrsisod qji non3IifiJ no ?ues usrnojiosi
t1oi)-icitnnioa pa itoj-njffjio 'oq -g;
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. ; Snmoti puv Stnpnjjo 9iauoa , , .
ROOFING! ROOFING!
f1HE " OTJTCALT ELASTIC ME.
X TALLIO B00F1NO" Is offered to the nubile
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 simp, old or new
bnlldings. No solder used-fastened securely wlth
eut exposure to the action of ttieelements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly ailed
, ' . OALDWELIi A CO,
iyia-tf 133 West Second street.
YV7-ILLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
w" ATLAW.ChaseBuilillnga No. KastThlrd
street.
sepo-ay
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-Western
Great Western and North-Western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shortest Route between Cincinnati
and Chicago.
' ,
' Three PssnengerTralnsleaveOlnoinnatidally, from
the foot of Mill and Front streets.
Oi30 A, M.-Chloago Mail arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:10 P. !., Chicago at 10:30 1'. M. This train
oonnaots with all night trains out of Chicago lor
the West and North-west; connects at Indianapo
lis with trains for Terre Haute; also with Peru
trains for reru, JLogansport, sort Wayne and To-
icuu.
IMS V. Ill .-Terre Bante and Layfayette Ao.
oouiuiouatlon arrives at Indianapolis nt 6:16 P. M.,
making direct connections at Indianapolis with La
layette trains for tctur, Sprlugneld, Kaples, Uuln
cy, Hannibal and St. Joseph.
TP. ai,-Chicago Kxpi aus arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:1 J A.M., making close connections at Chicago
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
Sleeping cars are attached to all the nlgbt trains
on this line, and rnn through to Chicago without
ohanjreof cars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with favorable onil reliable arrangements
with all connecting roa.ls throughout the entire
West, guarantees nnusual oare and the amplest ac
commodations to the patrons oi this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line is need
necessary, to govern the movement of trains,
and Loughridgo s celebrated Patent Brakes, are at
tached to all passenger trains, by which they ran be
perfectly controlled; besides all the other modern im
provements necessary for the comfort and safety oi
passengers, the managers of this road hare liberally '
provided, ...
Braoklng.cars on this line.
sr Be sure yon are in t he right ticket otllce before
Ion purchase yonr tickets, and ask for tickets via
iswrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any othor ronte. Baggage
cheeked through. '
THBOUOU TICKETS, good until naed. can be ob.
tained at the ticket omoea, at Spencer House Corner
north-west corner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
uet House Corner; at the Walnut-street House, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary Into rmation may be had.
Omnibuses rut to and fruin oaoh train, stud will
call lot passengers at all hotel i and all parts oi tbe
citj.b leaving address at either office.
, ; : ' W, H. L. NOBLE,
nol Oeaeral l'loket Agen t.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE TBI
Hixth-street Depot. '
Ttlns run through to Cleveland Sandoskr, To
ledo and Inillaimpoiw without change of cars.
Through Tickets fur all Eastern, Western, North,
sn and North-western cities.
0 A. !. KXPRKHg TRAIN For Hamilton,
Biclimonil.Iudianapolis, Lalayette, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Connects at Uicliinond with C. and
p. Boad for Logansport; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, 4c.
. 7i30A. M. TRAIKf-For Dnvton, Sprlngfleid,
Sandusky. Toledo and Chicasn. This train nubJ
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evoulng. Also connects at URium tob Co
LVHBirs; at Bnllofoutainewith B. and 1. It. B.,Kast '
and West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Bailroad East nnd West; at Clyde with
uievflianaana Toieno Kaiiroan trains for Cleveland
and Detroit; nt Dayton forGreonvillo, Union, Win
chester and Munclc.
10 A. M. EXPRES-STRAIN-Foi Cleveland
via Dolaworo for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern oities. Also connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, aud all
Eastern cities.
3:40 P. III. TRAIN For Hamilton, Itlclimond,
Indianapolis, Terre Haute and ouiut Louis; con
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, ftc.
5i30P. HI. TRAIN For Dayton, Hnrlngfiold,
Bellefontaiuc, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, aud
all points in Canada. Connects at Bel lefontaiun with
B. and I. B. It., East and West.
, IliHOP. Bl. KXPRKxMTRAIN-ForCleve.
laud via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
f.ew York, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore
and all Eastern cities.
aWThe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at -11:80
P. M.,leavesdally Kxcapr Bati'jih.yh. All other
trains leave daily ex;) kit HvaDAm;
For further information aud 't ickets, apply at the
Ticket oftices north-east corner Front end Broad
way; No. liitf Walnut-eti'eut, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Office, on the west side of Vine-street,
betweenPostomco and Bnrnet House; at the Walnut
street House, lor at the Six lb -street Depot.
noia D. nloLABEN, Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trams Daily.
Two Through Express Trains.
IjllUST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 10
. A, M connects via, Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Steubeuville and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Crestline aud Pittsburg; via Oolnm
bus am) Bel lair (Wheelics), Also, tor Springfield.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all tbe principal statious.
MKCOMD TRAIN Columbus Accommodation
at 4i4t v. al. This train stops at all stations be
ta een Cincinnati aud Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Springfield.
THIRD TRAIN-Night Express at 1130 P.
M., connects via Columbus and Bellair (Wheeling);
via Columbus, Crestline aud Pittsburg; via Colum
bus Steubenvllleand Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Clove land.
This Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. 8 LEEPINO OAKS ON THIS TBAIN.
sHPTheDay Kioreee runs tlirnngti to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Bteubeuville, without
ohangeotcars.
The NIOUT EXPBH8H Train leaving Cincinnati
at 11i30P. M., runs dally, except SATURDAYS.
Tbe other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS,
For all information, and Through Tickets to Boa
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the OHices, Wal nut Street House, No. 4 Bur
not House, south-east cornur of Broadway and Frost
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus time, which il seven min
utes faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DUBAND. Bnp't.
Omnibuses callforpassengors by leaving direction
at the Ticket OUTces. noli
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
jy LsaasnySe isa j
RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOCOH WITHOUT CHANOE OF CABS.
Two Dally Trains for Viuceiines, Cairo and St.
Lonis,at00A. M., and 6:30 P. M.
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 9:00 A.M.,
2:00 P. M., and 8:30 P. M.
One Train for Evansville atS:30 P. M.
Tbe Trains connect at St. Louis for all points in
Ransaiand Nebraska, Hannibal, Qnli.cy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlcksburg,
Natchez and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at 8:30 P. M,
RirruaNiNU Fast Line Leaves East Rt. Louis,
Buudays excepted, at 6:M) A. M., arriving at Cincln.
nati at 10:10 P. M. '
Bxfubsh Teain Leaves East St. Lonls dailv at 2; 4(1
P. U.,arrlvingatClucinnntIat6:48A.M.
rou thbodoii tickets
To all points West and South, please apply at the
offices, Walnut-street House, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner omen,
north-vent corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
HouseOttice,andatthe Depot, corner Frontann Mill
streets. W. H. CLEMENT.Oen'l.Uuperintendent.
Omnibuses call for paesengers. ocW '
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
itoiTiKOUffh Route iov
TEBBl HAOT1,
, BI.IiOUIB,
l lafaVitte,
i OHJ0A0O,
... loOANSPOBT,
! mu,
PORT WAYNI
A. M. INDIANAPOLIS, ST. LOUIS A OHIOA.
00 FAST BXPBBSS.-Througli dlreot, making cIom
connection, for all other Western and North-weatera .
points. This Train also connnctsat Blchmoml with
Ctnolnnatl and Chicago Bowls, for Anderson, Koko
moLosansport, and all poinU an Wabash Valler .
40 P.' M. INDIANAPOLIS, OHIOAOO A BT,
LOUIS NIUHT EX1'KESS.-The above Trains make ,
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayotte and Ulil. '
oago, with Trains for Terre Haute, Sprlngfleid, Bock ,
Island, Ualesbnrg, Kenosha, La Crosse, Jacksonville,
Danville, llnrllngtoo, Milwaukee, Mattuon, Naples.
Qalena, 0.ulncy, Prairie dn Chlen, Pans, Peoria,
Dnnleith, Baclue, Decatur, Bloomlngton, Jiollet. La
Salle, St. Paul, and all towns and oities in the North
west. ...
awThrocgh Tickets given and Baggage eheckel
thrnagh, ,
For further Information and Through T Icketsi . '
ply to Tloket Ottloee, north-east oorner of Front and
Broadway; No. its Walnut street, near Fourth) at
south-east corner of Fourth and vine street, or at
the lixth-street Depot. 7 ' !
D. A. MORBOW, nnoei-ratendent.
Omnibuses will cull for pussens ,rs by leaving tbeil
names at either of tbe Ticket Off - 7
M W.H. BsUTU.Ageat,

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