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THE PRESS.
MONDAY
DECEMBER S
Advertised Letters.
tsT All letters advetrlscd are subject to n extra
ehar.-c of one cent. Persons calling for them will please
w?LP"pared 'th lle necessary change. ,
lPeinons calling for these fetters will please say
the v.ire advertised, and give number and date of liar.
J2T T09 will open aWX A. M., and c lose at
r. M. Sunday-Omce will open from 9 A. U. to lPJsj
A. Al.
No. 49.—December 3, 1859.
No. 49.—December 3, 1859. LADIES' LIST.
A
AlmUtMlssJ A Armstrong Mrs J Albro Silas L A
Aiie.i Jlissllary Atwell Mrs Mary J Aunts Airs Maria
Allen Alias Mary
B
Burroughs MIssASBalley Mrs E V Bowers Miss E
liogart MlM Katy Burr Alias llizis Butler Mrs L II
Bi:cr Mrs Hernard Mrs Mary Berry Mary
fvnthalow Mrs M Ball Miss Mary Berry MraJIaiy A
Brikcr Mlia Nora
Browns
iroim MIm Amy Brown Mrs 3
C
Cheadle Miss A Cross MIm L Qully Mary Ann
CrM Miss Mary Oowen Mrs K 0 Oatlin Miss A
Cloi.urneMre Chester Mrs M A Ooiad Mra T
Curnyn CatharlueCampbcIl Mln J Crawford Miss WO
Cook Mrs Marga
D
Diiran Mln B DuganEllm Dickey Miss L
liarc Mis ReheccaDrlscoll Mrs 0 Denton Mrs .1
Jiuoiont Mias 8 Doll Mrs Blisa Doyle Mia Ellas
mrstt Aliesl Drake Mln Louisa
talon MisaC Elliott Mrs Swing Miss B A
rn.-st Mise Ellx Ehrhart MIm S Klllolt Mm Jas
I'lStonMiuM V tlestner Mrs Mary
F
FitaptrUk MlssA3Fortner Mri Win Fagan Mr? B T
Fulferlove Miss First Mrs Minnie 3
G
Could MrC If GibhsMlssO Olllman Elisabeth
ftalbreith Mra 0 CGarland Mln K A Hreen Mm r.ihhv
tlarriaon MissL (irony MIsaBlce Grayson Mrs Jane
H
Hustings Mrs 0 HeydenMissJ Hnll Mrs Mary W
sianuiey nss e e jiiii sirs Laura Hiiliurs.iia.rina A
Henry Mra Elijah Iluber Mra Bill Miss Mary E
HonneMrsH Hoy t Mrs Holdrlch Mary A
"in son miss i nan sirs nary naruy airs eusun
Haramorle Mils M Uoskina Mrs 6 Hughes Mrs 0 Al
I J
Jonss MIssM 0 Jacob Miss Catherine
K
Feller Miss M KnightMary KumterMrsNW
Jitely Mra Maria leiser M Kinney Mra R D
L
lo wis Mra D Leach Mri L Ljve Miss Sarah
Langard Miss J II Lee Minnii M ltonberger Mrs W
Locke Mrs Annie E
Macs
"i.C'orralok Mrs A McQIbbons D B McThereon Mrs J
M Clobk v Mi M S McMlcken L A McCormkk Mra L
JlcCole Mrs M McFea M rs Octave
M
MorrisMrs Moore Mrs HO MorrellMraMT
Monro Mrs Meehm Johanna 51 in kirk Mra A D
Morrison Ellen Morris M.-s Lucy Mitchell Mrs E
Morton Mrs Lilly Mairh MlssMollie
N
Nohle Eate Noyes Keturah Nye Miss Susan
Netrtnan Margaret
O
(In Mra J L OverwrockerMlsa Laura
P
Towell Miss flora Parker Mra Helen Pannell Mrs S
Piper Mn George Price Mia Kate B
It
Read Mrs Susan Radcliff Emma Robertson Mrs M
Ueynolda Miss RenoMlsaOHa Router Miss S
Reilly MraEUen Rnusch Martha Riley MrsC II
Roarer Mlw A V Beibel Miss Elizabeth
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Snlllvnn Miss A Steenbins Mrs E Shoemaker Mrs F. J
Sands ill E Al Hturlig Miss A Stnnty Miss E M
SliipUy Miss LL StenbuckMlss B Sharp Mrs John
Siwyer Mrs Ji Bymmes Miss L Blirere Mias Liuie
Summers Mrs Rhaw Mrs Sarah gewell Mrs M A
Sparks .M rs S A Sheffield Mrs
T
ThmppMri AM Taylor JlrsE Trimble Mrs RM
TittleMissMA TobbinMiuA Trii'pMnsSS
ThorucoiilIrtM. IllIeyMlaiVC
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Vilet Mi's Mary A Van VamleTorMrsMaitha J
W
'Volley Mm MuyWrocklaTsMissDWIntcrs Mrs Jane
WeaksMrsM WoodrulfMraB BWilson Miss L
WbUiq liluacli lVoodjuI Miss Mli Woodruff Belle
Y
Tarry MissBorsphen
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
A
Aftlns Alexander Arnold Ellas Albright John
Allensworth A J Allen D J Applegate JusK
Anderson CP Armstrong John AngeAdam
Alexander HF Armstrong J AidenF
AlliBon Iter Geo Ambler John Abbott Hiram
AUmlsram ApolegatePllny Anson Wm
Anderson Wm P Audreonl Sfrafino Armstrong T M
Allen V P Allard WlUUuu Andrews T8 3
Armstrong Wm F
B
Bnssell A T Blackly B P Barton 0 & B
Blkard Charles Brady Smith&Co Barrett E E
Black Augustus Doardman E l Barrett E D
Reck Charles H Barron Goor;e Bingham Erastui
Barnitt Daniel 0 Berckes Frank Buaa 0
Eigler Dr K F Ilorrell Frank Burnham li Sey
Ballwr Edwin - BirkaQ mour
Bwclay&Co BainnerFX Barrett Joseph
Baxter J H Brandige JohnH Block Jaquea
B. lmnti John A Baird Jacob Bennett Jeste
Bski r John A Baumganlner J n Benson John G
Brickie Henry Bishop J P Burns Jeremiah
Banlgan James Black John Bren James
Buckley Joseph Bush Philip ' Bane James
Brltton John Bates Richard Brewster II B
BoyntonDrJF BryantOO BookerMilo
Bedell lleulien Brovrer JohnF Barney Capl I,
Battler Patrick Butcher James W Brvaut Moacs
Burses Peter Barbec James Briner Lnlher
Btai hbard P J Brockman H Berlemar M
Bodkin 1 bonusF Barnes William Browlbridge Wm
Jljrker II Burrouehs Smith Burkhart w II
Biton ThnmHS Bunnell Wm II Baldwin Thos J
Butler 'Ihonns Burnett Wm BronnJoKphil
Bicmijmin Win Baker W A Brown Thomas
Brooks YmB ByrneTlmmas Bransteter Jacob .
C.
CoryDrAF Cox Alex H Conner Joseph H
CrotliersMr t'lillnlmn Anselm Cohen J C
Ciirtungluun k t'liiton Charles Cunningham J 3
riould Ciinnlneliam D Cadwell J M
Costf lloCliarlra t'as Giles Carter John HI
Cnrrell Charley Cox George I! Carling HO
Crosl.y At Whlto ConmbeEJ Cullam James
f !oaieroianBH Clermont Jobs Crawford Henry
fJucinius Jameir CurrisIIR Coleman John B
I'ol'ano1 Joseph Cannon James Ca.terJolinW
'bra J Wells Carlln James Castillo Join
Cumminii James Cole William A Cocl Thorns i
Coulan Hugh Caffry William A Collin W 0 3
ColiranJ Caldwell WmB Carter Wm J
CumnurigiJF Carroll 8 W Cabin Thomas
i-eT.ir J A Cu Iberlaon B Conner Thomas
Cu'rM Crawford ReT 8 P Conies Walter B
"Jotton L 3 2 CarrellWD Clark William
Ox BP 3 Caldwell Train Clark F 0
C .icr.en K Collins g D Campbell Colin
Cook, Wann & CoClsrkAM ' Colllns&Orow
Dixon Btiionl DartJotKuh Dexter Julius
BoKll Altred DreierJohn Day Hiram
DLnnmorcO Donahue J H DuvallJohnS
PaTid Captain C Dunn John King Duffy Mkiiavl
linens Alexander Drake Rev J W Dean L B
Dtamej D S Doolin Hiram Drury Patrick
Devlin Francis Derrell Joseph Doirery f
T). -,iitGB Daniel Jas S DunlapWmN
Defoe StephcD A Drake Sam DiivisOooM
Dennis U m Douglass Wm L Davis Joslah
I'arllngton Wm Duff ner Vincent Davis A
Davhliuu J
E
V.?in A EalonDC Eny Matthew
Eaton Cliai F.bler.lohnn - Egelaton Oscar
V;5'eChaf KtberiUie H 8 Ellwood Robert
rills J A II EberleffmH Eckert Arthur
Krcrsman Henry Kuglish S Ellis G A at Co
l llioit Jas t Ernst Wm M Eddy F M
Eckles John
F
Fisher J Finuwn numcr Foslw Dr
Toiler Joreph FeltusRM FurstL
Prceinin Mathias Finnall N C FilkinsLM
fitiiiiljbons M Ford Martin Feltus Roswetl 0
Vi'b'.r Wm M Ferris Wm J Far Capt W
Vord lr J A 3 . FannlniJA FolevjiisW
Fields J J Fields John J Fos Joseph
Frenkol A & Co Fisher Mart R FIssgWmL
Fl.her Thailens French W Foster Dr
Fooler & Wells Fnhnestock B A fcFoot A P
Falls Y, Co Fairbanks D H
K-ltus Lambert Ferguson Sam T Free Wm
Frasendcn B 8
G
(J il-, JohnM OltmoreHT . OiddingsJN
.irtin Joseph rydenHP Gallagher JO
C utler J Oilliert Joseph Grieve J H 2
flonlon J"S Oreenwood Jl Greenwood Paul
ir a-SOtis Gwynn WHk CoGreen Geo B
I .nrrett Geo Gaasaway David CGanlt Joseph
Ol-im Joseph Gattman iKaac Graft John
GuimJC Griffin Willis Goode S M
f .rdonDrTW Gatewood Tan B Gardner Wm
Gr'-rnWin GulllonMonsA Gautenbnrg B 1
D.tteusAWi) Guild 0 Gran Andrew 'J
riallaslier David Getty Francis OrearSD
fimives Thoa Ganoa Wm II Griswold Wm D
Green Sylvester QellettWM
II
lloyt A Hart J L flointon ThosS
Hewlett Mr 1 off nun John II IIogsnHallW
HmklnsTJ S?nena8 lllghntssJO
HerwIeyJt Htnchlsy Asa Hern John
Jllgh llosea y'c'tf?, Dr Aug Hook Henry
Huntington H C IlabbelUa Honeahlll f
JhinlleJohn Henry Dr F C UulbertF
HckmanL Hendricks T P Hopkins DC
His.len M B nunter D CrocketHudson M H
lliidll'm HenoeksbergM Hennek W F
H ickey 1) i . UPlns Lewis Huffman Wm
II-iiawyOa Hewes Reuben Hudson Theo
Hani.k Pred HealyPal HallJas
Hoe F Haifa P . Hall F
Hai'Mn J B Henness C A Hall Wm ?
Il'inhorst II Hnrlsy Pat Hall L C
Hughes Jas Hurst Bpear Hall J F
Barley .Iks HolbsrtWmP Hall John 0
Hills John M HallerWm HarrisJW
HariliGeo Harries Va 0 Hamilton Sam
Hamilton John X
' Initials
Publishers of the News.. ..To the Principal of Smith's
mnierclal College.,,.. N W....Box 8,0iB....Box
I and J
JnhmnnJW IsaaoiTncker Jackson And L
.Ionia Hamtnet JennsyWLB fngalls Amos
Jonrs.InsHP Jeffries W II Jackson Daniel
,l..i.c lloiitH Jeffries WL James J A
J'iksWN Jones fcLanth Ingram M J J
Jones Gab A John Philip
Johnson, Prichard J reaOiho
& Co Ingle Randolph
K
Keller John 0
Kemerjno
Knight James t
Kauney Nuwc'b
Knapp Michael
Kerr M R
KeenaoN K
Kelley Michael
Jamea
King W J .
Kellogg ChasF
KnapperASWB
Klrchhafera W
Kendle Chto
Lyle Charles lynch Henry A
Limbert C L Lewis J & Co
Little, Brown fc Lane J L
Co Lally Martin J
Laiige C W Lunery Hugh
Liimeomb Allen LavinJnhn
Lawson Geo T Lady John J
Lyon Jus B & Co Lott John
Lynn William i Livingston Wm
Likely Wm LewisThomas
Lane T A
M
Moore Wm D Morrison P II
Moore Win Mnrriunn W .T
Laird James A
Lewis D J II
Lad ley John J
Lodkin James T
Llnch Rowland
liong RU hard G
Lowery Samuel
Law 8ml J
Lee Win H 3
Lofber Wm
Machiy A
May C A
Jloore Charles 3 Miller Benjamin Mafhew B
sioertL l inner Jonn i' micnaeis
Morris Chas Miller John P Mays Franklin
Morris John D Martin James N MulrOeoW
Morris Ike Martin & Co Maxwell Francis A
Morris James MartinAlexandor Maguire Douglass
Morris Thoa Mark ley AW MidilletonEB
MusebyFO Murr Jacob Madison R A
Mi I ward Francis Marshall John Meers It h
Alahor James Mattler John
Marvin John J Meyslck Joseph
Mills James- Matthews John
Mivkley Henry Meek John P
Murks Isaac D McachanvH II
MmleudJ T -' Meade John
Mavbern Jas Mocker J B
Mapnus Panlus
Maxwell
Mallon Patrick
Marbury W A
Murphy T R B
Mlllkiu S
Moffitt Thomas J
Marsh Wm W Mai las Solomon Matsou Wm
Jones Wm 1
Johnson Wm
JamcaDr
Kenney Patrick
Kidney Boot
Kellso 8teihen
Kennard Walter
Kelso Wm H
Kyle Wml
Kigie William
Kramer BK
Macs
MeCombeH? McCarren Pat'k McKee Samuel
McCulloughWm McCoy Rev T J McDowell Wm R
McCarthy JasO McC ul lough Roht MoNemey Thus
McClatcliy Jos Mc.MullinDavid MoAnlyllW
JlcMahon Pinion McKensey Jas
North CL
New ton Geo 11
Nest on D K
Norrls Jaa M Norman W T
Newton Jas L Nichols I L 2
O
Orr JaN
Owen Morris
Owen L n
P
Pugh Henry
Phelp JastV
Parker J W
Parker J L
Porter J A
Paul James
Polst John
Paribh Joseph
Oanorn A K
O'Brien Bartle
O'Brien Daniel
Preston AD
Perry Chas H
Parnell Beni
Pecterstc Cfragg
Pope Barnhart.
Peters Jas &i Co
Potter Anxon R
Pettibone Geo 8
O'SellThos
O'Brlan Wm II
Pilling M
Prophates Oliver
Posey R
Potts Thos
Purmost W P
Phealand Thos
Postere Thos
Palmer Ulram
Pancoast Joseph Pearson H B
R
Rogers John
Rogers Wm
Rogers ThnsR
Rogers Joo
Robinson Homl
Robinson Capt
Richardson J II
Ross Turner
Rix B F
Roe John
ReederChasH
Kieking C J
Reynolds F M
Higher Edward
Rose Henry B
Rockey Jhs
Reedy Jas
Rint Jaa
Reacike Joseph 0
Reynolds Jas
Regar Jas
Richev RobtW
Botchild R
ReidPH
Ramsey Capt W
Rhoesa Theodore
Robertson Robl
Roche John
Smiths
Smith C P
Smith Bernhard
Smith J WS
Smith W W
S
Schwan B A
Shelton Geo L
Sergeant M P 2
Schwarz Hoses
Sanderson N
Stanlsh R
Strutchain W R
Smith Thoa S
Smiths
Schultz Geo fc Co
Sliaw D W 3
Shepheni G B
Stuart J L J
Stevenson WT
Slaich Anthony
Sodus fc Caldwell
ScoltWmS
Scott A C
Saundtrs 0 B
Sabin Abel
Che It David
Ptanshury Geo
Shcdden David
BctrGeo A
Shinpen Ed
SickelsWO
Siddle Wm
Stores g M A
Saumlera Dr U
Sampson Wm II Sands W Penn
Shipley I B Steele Wm
T
Thompson II
Thompson Wm
Thomas P
Tener & Davis
Turry Jas
Trainer G W
Thayer B
Tilling David
V
Van WickleJ 0
Vaugn John
Taylor A K
Taylor Wm
Thompson Geo
Throp E 8
Tate Wm M
Trusilale J W
TorreDce Jos
TIcelLS
Thompson T
Tailor John
Taylor Chas W
Tatlon A T
Toole Thos
Terrcy Wm'
Tankertiy DrP
Tiley Wm
Tan EchajJ 0
Van Plork Dr H
VullUWm
Williamson Saml Warren J
Williams Jas Ward WW
Williams Eimora Watson Wm
Ward J D
Wright D
WrifhtEN
Wright Raber S
Williams Chas
Wilson Dr W J
Wilson J fc Co
Woodruff Chus 3
Walthauser C R
Wilder fc Co
Willlsms Henry White J W
Williams R A Wilson Jos
White Jno F Wilson Jno
Warren ItevEUlerWiiion Matoew
Warren S B
Wileott A
Warren E V
Waring Cyrus A
Wvant All
Weld A
Washburn F 0
Wnrwtvp.ir W T7 9 Wolf f!hfn
Wells GW
Waldron Wllm D W
Whittridge W
Wiley Chis
Webh E
Weremarin fc Co Wigton JooM
Wampelmeierfc WebbOM
WickhamThosB
Wyman W B
Wartmann Wm
Wheller Thos
WaldranWm
WheltouWmH
Hriuito w ooo s j oi n
Walsh Edward W neatly Dr J M
WilcoxD03 Whitty Michael
WilloughbyGco Wedge LemanO
wsotxir u wvii wemeroy w a
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Yok'jm Daul H Young J.D
GENTLEMEN'S LIST. JOHN L. VATTIER, P. M
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN COvVINGTON TOST
OFFICK December 1, 1839:
Arnold Mrs Kate Ambrose Jos Adler David
Blumerstick Geo Barr W V him Joni
BriggsMlssE BochGeo Butcher Mrs!
Byrne Bridget Blanchard Marg Browning J W
BuxenGH Burns Mary Carrey Chas
Cooper James Chamber Wm Craig Miss M
Crnwmer Eli Cunmnehim N Coke Chas
Collins Mr CiiibertsonN CrawlordThos
Cnilm MarK S CollopyJohn Cavanagb Ed
Carroll M iss AI CoivonerPat Creumor Put
Carroll Thos CascJoshui Carroll Thos
Denning OS DeVoung Mrs S DremanMrsS
Dowdson Tlrgln DolcmanMrsM Doyle John
Davis Woodford Dauuhney Tim DIlnerMoth
Duffy Mrs A 2 Dovidge U II J Ellis John
Edmonds Francis Elliott Thos W Ealing Miss Mary
Flynn Catherine FellJohu FlavohuaEd
FaulksGW FarrallWmB Francis Mrs E
Farrell James Fisher MD Fisher Elder T
Gravener Joseph Guudelfinger J Oollowher Maggie
Gray Mrs GrayEU Guyton John
lllllroartin James Italley Henry 8 Hill William
Hopple Adeline HaudDsnnia HcDCtGeorco
llynes Martin Harding Kdvmrd Holmes Anne
Hannond Julia How Frank Harper Maria A
II iendman James Houg Thomas Horn John
Ilerlicrt Mary A James Catharine Jenks Albert
Jackson John Kirkpatriek Thos Knwen Herbert
Kel ly W llliam Kl'lil Hugh G Kirk Mar v Ann
King William C Keonk Thomas Knickerboi-kerJ II
KcatJ Kennedy Joan Leonard Mary
Lee Ella Longston Blita Lowless James
Lemon George W Lemon Wllllnm Letton Robert
Llnfoot Thomas Monlgomery Mrs Murphy 0
Muri'hv Anna Me' urihy James MeKlernsn CliasC
McKnlcklc J W McDonald Denold Mel.ain Alico
iMcGulre Martha Marshall Mary li Miller Goorjje
Masts 8 Mullen Patrick MngneMiJ'C
Myers Kaddeph Manuel John Newton A U
Newman IVmL O'Niel Hannah O'Brien Bridget
O'Donna MargaretOrr Phillip Osden Sarah A
VrUc Thomas Powell Doctor Page Wm
Penn David Powers J Pugh Mrs Jane
Prise Wm Robbinnon MtltonRoed Julia
Hoach Lawrence HobbElijaliethWUogoraMisC J
Reed Mias Pauline Rose D It HigelJobn
Bogers Francis M Riddell Nancy Sullivan J P
Shyre Jacob Bohree Joseph Sprague George
Simons Charles Steinback Geo Sham. T
Shannon Sinclair btally S D Sim W Fi
Sliinkle M E Spillman Mug Sott RoVrl
Sanders L M Sullivan Jno Shnv Jno
Tucker J C TobbuttRulh TaylerJane
Tirney Agness Tate Miss Anna Todd Wm T
Towhcy Patrick Todd Daniel Tliorn'ierry Peter
Tomson John Williamson Jas Wood .Mrs V It
Whltaker Sam H WahJi Ellen Wsyrnan Thomas
Wood W L W'illTs Miss Mary Woods Jlr A
Walters George Woods DJi Wiklerhynan or
1 R Thompson
tf Persons calling for any of these letters will
W. D. HOLT, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN THE POST-OFFICE
at Newport, Ky., December 3:
AlcokeAliceA Atkins RH Alklnt
Bcsnardlm i Betsch Christian Bylur T A
Belsel Carl Ph 2 Barry N JJ Baylcy A
Baker A II Baticroft Ellxa Brown W S
Breant Jennie Brown Wm Bradley Stephen
Brown W C Burns Mary Baker Mariraret
Bishop II Boys Julia Bi Bates Eliaalieth
Blako Annie Caverly Sarah W Carey D
Carton Peter Carroll Cath Clifton Lnlu
I'amron John Clements Kate Clark James
Clark Joieph Duhoyco Mr Davidge R H J 2
Emerson WmC Elliott John P Eupperhus Jno
Evsns Margaretta Klcher John Evans II S 8
Kims Henry French G W Fortune Patrick
Fltigerral P Frants Fred C Fowler Wm
Gray Geo AT Ornndliolts N Ganl Miss C W
Greeiiliellsan Mra Griffith Miss M Gunkel H
Howard Mrs E Heman B Harris Miss M
HutterR Henry K IlarllgAdam
Herman Chas lloldon Scholes Ball B D
Harris N C Hay ward 0 W Hardega; Mary
HohengUeo Johnson Mrs Jones Almira
KanmererNio Kramer August KirtlyMrsAG
KuhnlePhll K roll Joseph Kentucky Bank of
Lee Joshua LaughiinMrsR Loomis A J
Lindsay Mary Lemonde Miss h Marfell Wrh
MillenJane Mulligan Pete Marsland Miss 8
Malchun Jacob Melond Harriet Moody J C
Morfy James Meyer Wm MonkcrKonrsd
Morgan Miss S Nelsen Mrs M If Vash T H
NcalansWm New A NoeGeorgo
O'BrflrneJohn O'HardMr Perry Amelia
Pell George Porschet John L Parker Miss F
Renner I Ryder Annie Mrs Peusclier G
RysnR RieplieHA RuriieutzMrsB
It j an J RlckerC Rrdmond Miss
Stringham Agnes SpinksSarah P oilman Miss L
SymondsJC. BchottO SteinforthJH
Sehellen'iech J SelsmanMrsM Hlanne Mrs K M
Siddons iliss A SbungenJ TownsendFi
TteW Wise John WellnerAM
Wilson F Wilson Miss M K Wagner Ida
Wendt F Wilson D W Whitlock C
F.llch P Zeisang J McLeave R
McCraeWJ McKowanMrsE McOowan J A
SchmitiN Smith E Smith John 1
SnitbSsrah Smith L Smith Elisabeth
J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
HARRISON & COLLINS'
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KNTHAL BEE-HIVK GALLEHY, cor
ner of fifth and Wmrern.roiv. Photturranlm.
Melalnotroes and Ambrotvnes tnken ciieRiwr than
elsewhere In the city. Oil Colored Photographs
made ofsnl sixes, from life lo the smallest miniature,
Pictnres neatly set lu Lockets, Breast-pins, B ingor
ring and Bracelets. All work warranted,
uolo-ay A. B. BLOOM, Artist,
THE OYSTEB TRADE.
MALM IS
1-RES II CAN
OYSTEiBS.
COVE
OYSTERS.
Spiced Oysten.
PICKLED 0Y8TSHS
TDK STJBSCRrBEB 18 VOW RECEIV
INO DAILY, by the Adams express, MALT.
BV'SworlJ-reuowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Eeg and Shell Oysten.
-ALSO
Fresh. Hormetlcally-sealsd OOTK, 8PI01D a
BOfiEBT ORB, Agent
r-tt
Depot. II West Vlfth-strmt
OYSTERS.
OAVAGNA'S
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET.
TUB SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
ING daily, per Kxpross, his srlendid Oysters.
Having completed arrangements In Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, 1 will at all times durina
the season be prepared to furnish bit friends, "and
the rest of niauklnd," with the most DELICIOUS
BIVALVES imported to the Queen City. None bnl
the viiry best Imported. Great inducements offered
atthislmportlug-honse.
Order slolicited and promptly filled. Terms cash.
PKTICIICAYAGNA,
seplBt Bole Importer and Proprietor.
OYSTERS.
TODD'S OLD STAND,
VO. 50 SIXTH-STREET. I AM RKCEIV
1H xra dally, 8ETH S Celebrated MAMMOTH
OYSTEKS whiiili I am selling at unprecedented
low prices by case or dor.en. Dealers and Families
wauiing a very large, fresh Oyster, will please send
their orders. Attached to this establishment is a
nice, quiet, respeotablo Saloon, whoruyou can nave
Oysters Cooked In every style, and served up in a
clea land snperiormaunor. Charges less than at any
other place. oclli) JOHN NAIRN.
THOS. SMITH'S
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
Depot, 03 hyoainovostrect, opposite the
Nntional Theater.
R. CBOCKING, Agent.
ALSO Dressed Flsli and Game; fresh and sweet
Butter, Ac, delivered t all hours, free of charge.
Ideltf
XT You Want
Fine, Fat, Frouli Oimne.i
THY
TODD'S
Magnum Boutims, at his Wholesale and Retail Oys
ter House,
253 253 2S8 253 253
YVALN I'T-ST rt EFT.
now Fifth door above Sixih. west side.
J. FARROW & SON'S
aTlELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
press Company, in wnoleaon nun cans, kj f
All oysters sola wnrranicu irosn aim 01 -v.
tho very boat duality. J. II. OWINGS,
A cent. No. 17 f iftu-stieot, bet. Main
aud Walntit'etroots.
N. a. The trade enrolled on tne most liberal
JEWELBY.
II. P. I2L1AS'
New Wholeiale
WATCH & JEWELRY HOUSE
18 West Fourth Street,
Where can be had every article appertaining to tha
Business at a much leas price, for (JAB.H, than
boa ever before been offered in this market.
(JIVE US A CALL'
And see for yonrselvws. apif
WM. WHITAKER
jl!WLEIl,
Ho. 6j N. 3. Cor. Kifth and Lodge streets, betwM
Walnut and Vine. Cincinnati.
A good assortment of 31 hYEHnnd PLATED WAB&.
8FKGTACL8, etc., kopt conotantlynn hand.
Bpecl.il attention Klvon to Cleaning and Itepnlrlng
Watches and Jewelry. mylu
BEGG3 A SMITH, No. C West 1th St.
. A HE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
ft. their larco iKsortment of Watches. Jewelnr.
BUf erware anil Diamonds.
A One assortment of Plated Tea Boti and Cutlery
and Opera Ulaa.es. Zti
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
1lsrECIALLY THEAT8 DISEASES OF
LVs"THfil HIN, ItUF.UM ATIHId, DISEASK3 OF
WOMKN, and such Chronlo complaints as maybe
heneulted by the Uygyenlo and Atuiopathlo aystom
of his oBlce.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine. Arseulc, Mercury, Tur
kish, llueslau aud Klectro-Cheiuical Baths, a Dls
penearyof Medlclue,nml every manner of Elocttlc
aud Magnetic Apparaltii,
NO. 57 WiaiT BfiVKNTH-NTilKRT,
swroffliw h.iurs 9 A. M. to 6 1'. a u It-tft
It. REWTOiV, M, D.
OiRofl, 00 West Seventh Street,
HTwais. vmi ANa lica.
SOn
O. E. NEWTON, M. I).
Orrica W. W West Hovonth strtot, between Vlns
and Bir. KtsioKsua No. A3 etovenlh street, be.
ween Walnut and Vine. Orrii'i Uonat 7ti to B.S
A. IV. to 7't P. M .; 7 tn it P.M.
WM. M. HUNTER,
DENTIST,
hi
HIO Vfnis-itrert.
J. TAFT,
(Hnccessor to Kuowlton Taft.)
DENTIST,
No, 0(1 West Pourth At., but. Wnlnut oV Vlusj
CINCINNATI, OHIO,
ep!l
O ANDY! GANDY
XX. Nn OJLaJXXZJZL,
(Successor to Miibb 40o,) .
Hunuftctureri tiitl Vt'Uoieanle DenWre
-13-
FINK ANB PLAIN CANDIES,
10 STREET, CINCINNATI
inyl?
HENRY DAVID,
Slanufactttrer and Wbolesalo Denier In
Soap's, Perfnmery, Fonoy Goods, iVo.,
No. 378 MAIN-STREET,
BETWEKM BIXTH AN1 6IVBNTII,
N1 JOBBEUS BY CALLINfl AND
aJi examining my M'ock will flnt that I
am selling lower than any other houso in the cltr.
IdoOI
Bock Binding
IN A til ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 KAST
ronrth-street, betwocn JUaln and 6r cumo-e, Cln
oiunati.
. swiie-blnillns! In every style, MnsK Books neat
ly and durably bound. U. 'JUOf PBU.
fiTJo-'nl
KlRAVIt.IN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
lfOO,i:,,B. AWiIHON, surorinlsntsnt.
I'rlntlugMatiHdsofail iU'lr. 1 6a Vlneinroot
SEWING MACHINES.
The Latest Improvement
filiOVVM'S SHUTTtfc .
SEWING MACHINES!
MANUFACTUBED BY . TEE OHIO
Hewing Machine Company, 40 West Fourth,
street, expressly adapted for Family Use. Cross Mak
ing, Gaiter Fitting and Tailoring. Warranted to
give perfect satisfaction or the money returned. Do
not fall to oxaniine before purchasing. Extra ln
duotmenta offered to Agents.
L. BBOWN, Agent,
noMm 40 West Fourth-street.
LADD, WEBSTER 6s CO.'S
LOOK STITCH
SEWING MACHINES,
80 West Fourth-stroet,
Between Vine and Walnut-streota, Oincinoatl.
WW? Bend for a Olrenlej. vM
$30. $30. $30. $30.
MOORE'B
Thirty-Dollar Double look-Stitoh
FAMILY SEWING MMfflfilS
BEODBjED BT BBCKNT LBTTKH8 PATXRT.
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
NOUNCBD by all competent Judaes, whs
have seen It, to be the best and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, reanxdless
of price. It will sew all kinds of family goods,
from tho very thickest to thevory flnastfabricsmade,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
No oil li used on top of the Machine.
Hond for a circular, or call aud see It In operation.
Cpon early application, State and County llights may
be secured.
An oaergotlo person can make a fortune In a short
time. Agents wanted in all unsold territory.
II. !. HURTItlAN,
8c Is and exclusive agent for the United States.
sepltfmr fiS Went Fonrth-street. Cincinnati.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY & 00.,
Manufacturers and Scalers in
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND POWKB,) '
And nil kind ot Priming niatssrlnta, No.
173, 173 and 177 West frecond-streot,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to onr MEDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months we have Introduced them Into four
teen different States of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power Is
applltd to the center of the platen ; oonseauently
there Is no possibility of its springing fiom any
amount of pressure. The motion is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwelt on the point of contHct with
the form, lneurins A PiiBFEOT IJul'UESoION at
ft high rate of speed.
Printers In want of tho BEST JOBBER should
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable aud rapid, and
are WARRANTED to give the moat entire satis
faction, not
MADAME ELLIS, M. D HAS FOUND
at last just what the Ladies have lsng needeo
and looked for In vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dls
pasta of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the ovurlna, and the Urethra.
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb, Talnful IHenstrn
Btion,(Jhluri)aln, Arneuorrboa; In fact, a perfect curt
is guarranteed by the use of from two to live bottles
of the lillxlr, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how long standing. Price Si per Bottle.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug.
gisl of Cincinnati.
"To TUB POBI.lOANn TnttLlDtES in Pabticdlab.
We, the underHignod, are not in the habit of giving
our name to Patout Medicines; but knowing well the
Lady Physioian, and the medicine called the Uterine
Ulixir, we cheerfully recommend It to all females
suffering from Female Diseases of any kind; it is
purely vegetable, and In no case can do Injury; wc
say to all try, and our word for it, yon will flud re
lief. F.D. HILL, Druggist,
sep27 "Corner of Firth and Race-atreota."
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH 6IMU
LATINO COCOU AND LIVKU BALSAM
cures, without fail, paius In the Breast, Back,
Hide or Limbs: Ooiiglis, Colds, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty of Breaming, Headache, Flatulenoy, ITtmrt
burn. Chrnnio Rheumatism, Billions Chollo, Cramp
CI hollo, Griping Pains of tho Bowels, Dnlluoss,
Btupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and in Pain
ful Menstruation it is a certain cure, and gives
immediate relief. In any of the above diseases
it will give relief lu twenty inlnntos, and a perma
nent cure liy the usoof two bottles. OnlyMiccuts
per bottlo so cheap that every person can got it.
N. B. For sale hy F. D. HILL. Druggist, corner
of Race and Flfth-stroets; J. ). PARK, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; HUIKP!, ECKSTEIN A 'Jo.,
corner Vino and Fourth; .1011 N DICK HUN, comer
of John and Sixth; FAUL 11KINLKIN, corner ol
Eighth and Freeman. Also, EDWARD SCAN LAN
A Oj corner of Main and Fourth; and Madame
KLLI3, Mi West Sixth-street. top27ay
HALL'S PATENT.
rmmm
mmm
-tzz:
THE MOST RELIABLE MllE AND
BURGLAR PROOF SAFES. Tbey have given
more satisfaction than any other now In usn.
We offer a reward of OIS'K THOUSAND DOI..
LARS to any person that can, up to the present
tlme,sbowa single Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their contents.
With this 8 A FK we challenge all competition, as
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Troof now made; and are willing to
test with any establishment; In the Union, and the
party falling first, to forfeit to the other, the sum
of ?;,(io.
Weare prepared to furnish a better Safe, and at less
cost, than any other manufacturer iu the United
States.
bleonnd-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Werospectfully invite the publlo to call and exam
ine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere.
II ALL, CARROLL A CO.,
acg12-yt Wos. lfandl7EnstOolnmMaat,teet,
W B. DODDS,
former!? of Hall.Dcxlds AOo.ihvte Urban .Doddi A Oo.
W. It. Doddi & Co.,
SliHPf AOTUBBBJ) Of TBI
OONOH33TI
Fir and Burglar lrooi
S J3l.JP US!
B. W. Corner of Vine fc Seoond Streets.
This Is the most reliable FIRS AND BUltOLA
PROOF SAFE that Is made lo tho United Rtates.and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lownr prlcoa, and in of better workmanship than
oan b found elsewhore.
W have a large assortment on hand, and are ale.
termlued to soli at price that cannot fall to please, '
Old Sale
Taken In exohange. SECOND-HAND BATHS el
ways on hand at eitrem.ly low prices. 07 x
J, J. BlTLEIt'8
llxcelslor Fluid Ink.
Manufartorv. 39 Vine Ht. 14
WM. II. JIALDWIV. ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW and Mssler
Commissioner of the Superior and Common Pleas
Conrls. Ilank Bnlliliug, uortli wo.C coruerof Main
nd TUlrd-slrocUi. . no)
irw . . ii
If
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INSURANCE.
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
r Agency established In Cincinnati in 1 fs'iS, an
tedating all present local Insurance Compauios and
Agencies In the Insurance business In this city. JJ
years constant duty hero, combined with wealth, ex
erience.cntorprise and liberality, especially com
mend the S'HSA. Insniance Company to thefayora-
! ... r .I,,. Mmmnn w-.lkni1 ni .olitarv
hi, pnwuH, ui . i . . o wu.iu.iuiv .7 , r .
and alone, the sole snrvivor and living pioneer of
Cincinnati underwriters of 18 J3.
Losses paid In Clnnlnnntl jdiirtac put Frte
Years, 8150,054 U7.
Cash OapitalSl.000,000.
(ABSOLUTE A1ID UNIMPAIRED. VITH A
SURPLUS OF 91,030,43 80.
And the prestige of 0 yearssucoess and exgealenoe.
HTVESTHIHTl OF
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS OF 914,000,000, LOSSES
Have been paid by the zEtna Insurance Uompany In
the paat 40 years. ,
Fire and Inlnud Nnvlantlou.-Rlsks acoepwd
at terms consistent with solvency and fair pronta.
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
nd Contents, for terms of ltooy s.
Application made to any dnly .othorlaea Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Inatiranco business, this Company is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past aud seonrltyfor
tho future. P HoLs issued without delay by
JAS. H. OAi.TEB, Ageut, No. 40 Alain ltret.
A. F. PATOo .Assistant Agont.
H. K. LIND KY, Agont 171 Vine street.
J.J. HOOKA (, Agent.Fulton, 17th Ward. ad
BY STATE AUTI10RITV.
New Insurance Agency
01 Old Eitnbllshed
O WEN OWENS, jr, Agent
No. 4 Public Landing,
CINCINNATI, 0.
CONWAY INSURANCE CO., 1 Cash Assets,
of Conway, Alas. $4U2,000.
LAFAVETTF, INS., CO,, 1 Cash Assets,
of Brooklyn, N. T. J !81?J,000.
HAMPDEN INS. CO.. 1 Cah Assets,
of Springfield, Muss. j SJUO.OOO.
BOARD OF CINCINNATI REFERENCE;
Hinkle, Guild Co., R. A. Uohlen Jt Co.,
Wilson A Hayden, Coodmnn A VornboU,
Hadler A Hro., N. W. Thomas A Co.,
Latimer, Oolbum A Luplon, James Calhoun, Esq.,
Kuutile A Weed.
Risks taken on the moat favorable toruisoonslstent
with solveucy.
Losses honorably adjusted, and promptly paid in
Cincinnati.
OWEN O'tMJUGENT
(Late Assistant Seo'y Firemen's Ins. Co.)
no9amt
WESTliBN INSURANCE (JOMPAM
OP CINCINNATI.
OFFICE IN THE SECOND STORY OF
No. 2 Front-street, between Main and df camoru.
This Company Is takiog Hire, Inland aud Murine
Bisks at current rates of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted und promptly paid.
D1RKUTOBS;
T f Eckert, T Bnl I. B W Pomeroy,
William Olonn, W 0 Whltcher, W 0 Mann.
Robert Mitchell, W H Uoinstock, L (i K Hioue,
Robt Buchauau, C 0 tjhaw, Geo Stall,
Wm Bellow, Sth kivans, J H Tuaffe,
S avid Gibson, II Brachuian, J Ulsham,
Clearwater, Thos it Ulllott.
T. F. ECKERT, resident.
Stephen Mohbi!, Secretary. nos
Fire and Marino Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance CouipaBy,
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DIREOTOUS:
William Wood. Isaao 0. Cupeleii,
James F. Cunningham, - Sydney S. Clark,
Andrew Erkonbreuher, Joseph Uuaklrt,
(ieo. W. BiBbop, Wm. Fisher,
George R. Dixon.
ISAAC (I. COFULEN, President,
tico. W. OoPELtN, Secretary.
A. M. ROSS, Surveyor.
Is prepared lo issuo Pollclos on Fire and Marino
Risks, ou favoralilo terms. OlBco Ko, 3 Wt.t Tliiid
stroet, TriiMt Co. Uiilhlinir. tiot.fm
National Insurance Co.,
Cincinnati) Ohio.
(Office South-west Cor. Wain and Front-streets.)
.Marine, Inland Transportation and
tiro Risks .
TAKEN AT CX'RUE.NT KATIi.
DIUEOTORS:
John Biirgoyne, EM Smith, Robert Moore,
Wm Ilepworth, tlhns L Jloore, M Koohholmer,
F X Wiedeiuer, Thos On r, HW Smith,
J L Ross Thos R Ihpsfs, Henry Kills,
11. C. URNKR, Ssc'y. JNO. DURUOKNK, I'res,
noSbfm P. A. t-piuntiAii, Surveyur.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1830.
CAPITAL, S150.000.
OFFICK NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
HDRK8 against Loss and Dnmnw by Fire; also:
Perils of the He and Inland Navigation.
DIRECTORS:
Jno.W Hnrtwell, Alien Collier, William Rpsor.
John W Kills, JamcsLiiptun, Chae.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A I'mwr. J W Con Held,
0 T Wooilrow, It M W Taylor, A 8 Winslow,
0 6 Williwus, 11 AlcBirney, Bowman (J Baker,
JOHN W. IlAltTWKLL, President,
P.. W.WiM.uniH.Hecietiiry. nos
M4O)-0O :wlai"i
akvjsod mii noiino)dd no (ass siiajio jrsy
ewg-icjtnntoQ pn Aioj-iuinna "aog 'j
"00 n HHiTIVH 'JA '!&
sj((oij pu seailn5r Sqn)JO,x ox 'KuHieq
ipoif) Snjlion .iii3iij Juori 'seniipsio Jliing sjjb
una jopuu pus jeadu i(oq ('pnos tmtojNeiuujj-vr
NOtti ononis ni aa iaa 'sazis 11 V
'sinittpeOdl pub uioo
ROOFIACi! UOOIIAr!
rlMlE " OUTCAI.T ELASTIC MR.
X TALLIO R00FIN0" Is offered to the public
as the best and cheapest Metal Roof now used, Its
merits tested liv an experience of yeats In this city
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
buildings. Nosoldurnsed-fasteued soenrely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, can be applied by any ouo with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled.
OALDWKTLL A CO.
GALDWK
jyia-ir
199 West Second street.
IJATENT MACUINE-MAPK PAPI2R
BA08. for Grocers, Druggists, Tea Dealers and
others, inado from extra quality or Wrapping, Ma
nilla and White Toa Paper. HQ
200,000 No, 1 Wrapping aud Manilla,
ANMSSjNo. J
S00,000No. "
asi.oiwNo. 4 . "' "
S00,HKI No. 0 "' '
ano.ono No. "
200,(00 No. 10 . "
ayioo No.u "
K),O00No.l6 ." "
200,0110 No. IS "
asi.ono No. 20
200,000 No, 25 "
2isi,imjONo, 1 White Tea Bags)
. 200,000 No. 2
2i)0,0i)0 No. 8 "
The above are put ns In nackaies of BOO ham each.
We are manufacturing from sixty to seventy-live
tbousaud Bags per dai
NIXON A CHATFIKI.D.
Paper Bug Manufacturers, -Aud
Wholesale Paper Dealers,
77 and 7 Walnut-street.
OC22
uijiiioras,
FLOEES
' Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of evory description, which I am telling at a imtl
advanoe on New York prices, wbolesala and retal',
T. WEn, Jr
' not 18 FUtli-slrout, bet, Buce and Kim.1
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
Great Western and North-western
LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Shorten Rente between Cincinnati
and Chicago.
Three PasssngerTralnsleaveOlnoInnatldatly, from .
tbefootofMlllandFrontstreets.
0:50 A. ni. Chicago Hall arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:10 P. M., Chicago at 10:30 P. M. This train
connecU with all night trains out of Chicago lor
the West and Nortb-weat; connect at Indianapo
lis with trains for Terro Haute; also with Pent
trains for fern, Logansport, Fort Wayne and To
ledo.
I!ii45 P. DI. Torre Haute and Laytayette Ac
oemmooation arrives at Indianapolis at 6:13 P.M.,
making direct connections at Indianapolis with La.
layette trains for Decatur, Springfield, Naples, Quln
cy, Hannibal and Ht. Joseph.
7 P, 91; Chicago Express arrives at Indianapolis
at 12:18 A. M., making clese connections at Chicago
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
Bleeping oars are attached to all the night trains
on this line, and run through to Chicago without
Change of cars. .
This Is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with fav.rable androllablearrangements
with all conneotlrg roads throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusnal care and the amplest so
oommodations to the patrons ol this line.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line is tuwd
when necessary, to govoru the movement tf trains,
and Loughridgos celebrated Patent Brakes, are at.
tached to all passenger trains, by which they can lie
perfectly controlled; besides all theothor modern Im
provements necessary for the comfort and safety ot
passengers, the managers of this road have liberally
provided.
Smoking-cars on this line:
SMT Bo sure you are in the right ticket office befora
Ion purchase your tickets, and ask for ticket! via
lawrenoeburg and Indianapolis.
Fare the same as by any other route. Saggag
h.'eked thronch.
'"tV HOUGH TICKETS, good until used, oan be on.
Ulnodk. 'the ticket offices, at Spencer Honse Corner
Mrth.wikJtoornM' Broadway and Front! No. 1 Bar.
not House the W.Uut-street House, and
atDe?t f office, J," S,1;0," ,treet "'
,OnlbuM'rufVB"4 ' train, and will
rail rtop.nm.'rt k" ot.s i and all pt. ol the
city, b, leaving address . '.V.'l'nOBLB,
noil ru 'wral Ticket Agent,
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LEAVE TH1
Blxth-street Depot.
Trhlnt run throiiftb to Cleveland Sandusky, To.
lodoaud ludluuapotis without change of oars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Weatorn, North.
.naadNorth-svostern cities.
0 A. M. KXPItKH8 TItAIN For Hamilton,
Richmond. Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Westorn Cities. Connects at Richmond with 0. and
0. Head for Logansport; also connects at Hamilton.
to7ia0 a! TltAIJV For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
olose connections with all trains leaving Chicago the
same evening. Also connects at Cuban von Co-LtiMBt-s;
at Biilletoutaine with B. and I. R. B., Kast
and West: at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad Kast and Went: at Clyoo with
Cleveland aud Toledo Railroad trains for Cleveland
and Detroit; a.' Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
ohester and Muik''' . , .
10 A. 111. HXt MlEqM TRAIN For Cleveland
via belawsre fur LV.Ilrlti Buffalo, Boston, New
Fork, and all Ka.toru c.."c, A'B0S0,.le0I ' :
line for Pittsburgh, PWUk1e,u, Haltimure, and all
Ui 40 pl'tl" TRIN-Fo' H,am'!'0,nrlclh.mOT,,
Indianapolis, Terre tlaute ant. 014iut Louuj; con
nects at ilamilton for Oxford, 4c. , c
9iJ0P. ,ti. TK.AJM For DaytuVhRlSW, J
Bellefontalne, Lima, Tolodo, Detroit, Lhicago, and
allpoiuisin Canaott. Connectsat Bellefon.luss'uu
B. und I. It. It., Kast and West.
, Hi 10 P. Al. fcX PItK H TRA IN For u !"
Und via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Bosti..
fw York, nud oil Eastern cities. Also, connects si
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
ai'd ml Eastern cities.
KsJThe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
ll:3n P. M , lriiVnsduily Eit'BP- BAil'ao.ls. Ail other
trains leave dully ex 'upt SvanAve;
For further information ana Tickets, apply at the
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad.
way; No. 16u Walhut-streot, near Gibson House; at
the now Ticket Ollico, on the west sidoof Vine-street,
betwueiiPostoMceaud Hornet Uousejat the Walnut
street House, or at the Sixth -street Depot.
noia I). Mnl a UKN, SiiDcriBtendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Express Traiiis.
I,1IRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 10
. A. M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Htvubenvillu and Pittsburg; via
Oojiimbus, Crestlliio and Pittsburg;, via Colum
bus and Bellalr WheeiUl ). Also, for bpriiiglield.
This train stors botweon Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
rsHCIINU Tit AIN-Columbns Accommodation
at 4:40 k". M. Thistruln stops at all nations be
tween Cincinnati and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
Sprlncllcld.
TlAltU TRAIN Night Express at 11i30 P.
M., connects via Columbus and Bellalr (W heeling r,
via Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via Coliun
biu Steiibvnvllle and Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Cleveland.
This Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. SLKKPINOCAR8 (IN THIS TRAIN.
My'TheDay Kxprnas runs through to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Steuhenville, without
chniigo clears.
The NIGHT KX PRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at Ili.'iU P. M., runs dally, except SATURDAYS.
The other Trains run daily, excopt SUNDAYS.
For all information, aud Through Tickets to Bos.
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, (llovolund,
PltUburg, Wheeling, aud nil the Kasteru places,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street Houso, No. i Bur
uet House, south-east corner ol Broadwaj and Front
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains run by Columbus timo, which Is seven min
utes taster than Cincinnati tiiiie.
J. DUBAND, Snp't.
Omnlbnsoe call for passengors by leaving dlrectlona
at the Ticket Offices. noH
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT C1IANGH OF CABS.
Two Daily Trains for Vliicennes, Cairo and 61.
Louis, at 7:20 A. Al., and 7:.'W P. M.
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 7:20 A.M.,
2:(I0 P. M., and 7:.'i0 P. M.'
,0ne Train for Evansvllle at 7:30 P. M.
The Trains connect at St. Louis for all points In
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannll.nl, Quincy and Keo
kuk; atst. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vicksbnrg,
Natchez and New Orleans.
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:30 P. M.
Ui turning Font Lino Leavos Kast St. Louis,
Similars excepted, at 6:60 A. 11., arriving at Cincin
nati ut lii:l.'. P. M.
Hxptir. Train Leaves East St. Louis dally at 1:1 0
P. Al., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:2N A. M.
FOR THROUGH T1CKKTH '
To all points Wont aid South, please apply at the
oliireH, Waluut-stree t Ilimse, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner offics,
uorlh-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
Uouso Office, and at th Depot, corner Front ann Mill,
streets. W. U. CLKMENT.Ueiri.Siiperiutendeut.
Omulhnses tall for paaneugera. oc2
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Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
imaAroush Route for
TMBRBHAUTB,
ST, LOUIS.
LAFAY1TT1.
0HI0AU0,
iOOANSPOBT,
FORT WAYNB.
TWO DAILY THRO nH TRAINS leave Sixth street
iHipot, at 4 A. M, and 4:30 P. Bl.
6 A. M. INDIAN AP0LI8, 81. L0U18 CHICA
GO FAST SXPRKdS.-T'broughdirect.niaklngclos.
connections for all other Western and North-western
solute. This Train also connects at Richmond with
Cincinnati and Chicago Boadn, fur Anderson, Xoko
mo. Logansport, and all points en Wabash Valley
Railroad.
8:10 P. M.-IND1ANAPOL18, CHICAGO A BT,
LOUIS NIGHT sU PRBSS.-Tbe above 'Crains maks
olose connections at Indlanapults, Latere tteaudCnl.
oago, with Trains for Terre llante, Bprlugllold, Rock
isiunu. uaiosnnrg, sienosna, lias irosae, jacasonvuie,
STThroogh Tickeli given and Baggage checked
through.
Fur further Information and Through Tickets, np.
ply toTlekotOlilces, noiih-oaat corner ot Front anil
Uroatlway; No. 16" Walnut street, near Fonrtb; at
iouth-east cornor of Fonrtb and Vina street, or at
the Sixth-street Depot.
D. M. BIOKBOW, inpf.'Intendeot.
Omnlbnsus will rail for passuna irs by icuvltig thell '
.amts at either of tho Ticket Oil mss.
114 W. H, sjUl'j II, Agent.

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