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T HE PRESS.
. DCCemBEB. 19
MONDAY
Advertised Letters.
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charge of oneoent. Perscmseelllnsfor sbentwfi Pi.
com e prepared ith the neditsary change. ;
Eppersons celling for Ibew fetten will plea 'W
they up advertised, and give number ana eats e "v?
nr The ooe trill open at 7K A. M., a Me -j
P. X. Sendaye-Omo will open from A. M. te k
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No. 50.—December 10, 1859.
LADIES' LIST.
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Andrew Alice A Alhton Clara
Allen Elisabeth
Allen Mary I
Atobinson Kara a
Anderson Kmma Aicoo amny
Anus Maria!
Aray Mary A
Brnwn Martha
Bailey A A
Brogan Annie
Bowen Amanda
uisnop Adeua
Bowers snages
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Boyd Clementine By ron Catharine
BucherCathartca Blackbnra Ella
Beau pre uilia Berthoef 6a ran
Brown Mary
Burns Funny
Blackburn 01
Brenner Ida A
Bowke Bonom
Bali James T
Bern Lizzie
Bachelor Laara
Backus Mrs
Brown Anna 0
noeen ciien
Brand rag Jane '
Block t ,
Bryan Laura 0
Burry R
nutlrr Maggie1
Barber Mauala
Bannli'er l B
Bradfrnl Rachel
Breiter Sarah
Bohannan J
Boynton Lillio
Bates L isle
Berg 8 V
Baiter piaiuaa
Bower Mary
Byrne Mary AnneBlmbel Mary B
Bruce Mary 1 Brockington PJ
Baumgartnsr B 1 Berger Sarah
Carte ton Mrs A B Orentlns MissH
Srittenden M 0
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Chamberliiln it
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Carver Jlrs A ..
CoSin MrA
CatlinMrsA
Chaplin Mrs A
Jnpa Mrs M L
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Carver Mla0
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Christie MlaaB
Palhnlln Mr.
. Clay Mrs Soaaa..
.Cameron M V, ' Oombley X
Croghan Miss F
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Claikt and Cooks
Cook MrsE .
Cook Miss H
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Do ran Mlu BJ,
Doughty Miss 0
DoyTMIssEJ
Davis Miss E 0
Dixon Mrs H .
OlarkMrsM Cook. Ml ME
Cook Mra Margaret (
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Drew Mrs J 8 . Daggette Mrs M
Drary Mrs J DowreyMrsN ',
Davidson UlssS Dunlp Mrs 8
Surant Mrs M 3 Darey Mrs 3 ' '
ownlns Mrs H Doughtety W II
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Hi ten Mils B .Earns Mrs! Brans Battle '
Katon UluCal Kckols Mlu T Bvans Miss Sarah
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f .Uierald Miss B Foster Liny Bell Forger Mill Rill
Yield MrsC J , FndgerMrsLlda Fletcher Miss 8
Pi-lend MUs t, Fountain Mrs B Fenoeande Mils M
Ford Mrs Sarah W Featherly Mra I Finch Mrs 1C
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Ooihorn Miss J Gibbons MImD Glasgow Mis P '
Gainer Mrs Jane Grayaon Mrs D Green Mr Lucy B
G&nonMissP Green Mrs LA Gossleo Mrs E
Oillagher Miss M Garrison Miss 8 Gibson E 0, M B
Geacgean Widow Griffin MiseMargt Grave. Miss F
Gi-ragbtyMary Grim Miss A J Grsy Mrs Zoradia
llcnrle Mrs A B Hardy Miss A B Bolayhan Bridget
llnlley Miss A M Ilendersoa airs C Haase Mrs Anna
Higb.- Miss A B V HasklnsMrsAJ
Hill Mrs Alfred BelmanMlssC Hudson Mis A '
Howe Miss Carrie Hoffman Miss C HugheyMissC
llorton Mrs C Ball Mrs D Stahl Hobson Mrs E
lliiyt MitsBllen Holt Eliiaheth Han t Mrs B
Hull Mrs Mary M Hooe Miss Mollle Hopkins Mr M J
Ilukinfl Miss r Hall Mrs Kllsa J Harrison Mrs K L
llarkins Mrs B Henderson Miss B Harris Miss FlavU
Half Miss VP Hart Julia Herron Mrs James
Harrison Miss J Henoron MissK Hlner MIm lottia
nun .Mrs iu liarvev sirs
Hunter Nancr
Hamilton Mrs R Hoffman MrsM
Hihn Mrs Marie Hatt Miss Mary
Hnnt MissM P
Hilton Mrs L B
Hamilton Miss L
Holms Molly B
Howard Miss 8.
Hants Miss L
lleppard Hrs L
Hill Mis M K
Horton Mrs 8 B
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HlnrtnsMriM
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JotinssnMrs A M Johnson Mrs B
Junes Ann Jonas Marraret
Johnson Marr '
Julia Miss Annie
J onts M rs Kate Johnson M rs M B Jones M r E B
JU'tusairsB. Jone muh Llda Jones Mary S
JonesMnB ' James Mary A JanrlsMrs8amnel
JoljusonMrsH
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KilbnraMraBA Knight Miss B Kennedy Mary
Keler Mary Ann Kiser Emma D Krogman Miss J
KtmlaUBA Keardolf Jane A Kennedy Barah
I.lmy Ammaj Lewis Harriet E Long Mary I
Lawrence Anbia Lord Mrs J A
Lapps Margaret -Loogfellow
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LyonsHecriettaB
Looing Harriet W
Long Mary B -
Loofboronih t C Louge Louisa J
Limbtrker Libbe Lark en Maggie
Leahy Mia la Lydin Mary
Lvau Marv B ' Lowrv Mareela
Lyons Rachael H Limberxer Mrs W Lons Mrs B
Locuit tiauoy - Lynch Mary Leimberger B
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McCabeEramaJ McGertyMary McAfee Octarla
McC'liire Frank - Ho.Klnny Olivia JMcLaughlin Til 5
McrarlandMarg HcKim Mary A McKay Anne
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Muller Mrs A W Morrison Gonst'a Miller Mrs H H
HotellAliba Mosier Hannah Moaell Alice
Mullen Elisabeth Megunnis Bridget Moffott Ellen
Martlo Hettle Mldoleton Cath Moore Mrs II
Slarit Elmira Melong Mrs J J . Murphy Mrs C
Murbarger Mr 0 MoranKate Monroe Clarinda
AoaherLeara Morris Mrs Mount Maiyl
Morgans Letltla Mooney Mrs MB Malott Rose! thai
Mekalf Miss M A Miller Lisa Miller Matilda
Morris Mrs 80 Morton Lilly Miller Nellie I '
JuiddlecoffBuaan Morris Mrs Mack Marshall Patty
MaschMarr at
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Newland Adeline Kesly Catherine North Catherine
Nelson Ella M Newland Ells A NtoholsLanra
InwtBan Mrs 8rah J
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OIlrerMrsJane '
Ps'.terson Mia A Parker America P rouse Mrs A A
Pol lard Miu Ann Pledge Catharine Peeler E liiabeth
Parrls MrsE L Pawssn Hannah Psttlbone air H
Parker Emma PlunketMrsJS Powers Jenny
treble Miss H 0 Palmer Msry Palker Mrs L H
Plcquet Miss M 8 Piatt Mrs M A Pugli Miss Mary
PearceMics M g Peters Uiss B J ' Powers Miss Kate
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Powell Miss 8aliie
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Quinn Mis Alice Quails Miss B Quintan Widow
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Boss Miss Ada Rogers Miss Eva BlcketsMrsH
KobinnHattleilHemstonMrs Jas Richardson MraJH
R&telMrsMJ Richards JanetteJ Seed Margery -Busbsbaw
Miss L Rarey Miss MAI Rhine Margaret
Kappa y II las M Reynolds M ary Rafferty M las &
BofcHchoffa Rielly Mrs Phebla Buddy Mrs 8 A
Robinson Rebecca
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Smith Miss Bell Smith Hiss B Smith MIssE AH
Smith MlssBlisa B Bmiih Miu HattleSmith Miss Kate L
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Sheridan Mrs SampsonMrsAnniSmead Mrs Alice
Stull Miss Klira ' Stewart Cynthia BingletonMrsA
BhawMiasElisa Btubbs Mrs Jaoe Spencer Athelia
UtepttensMrsE rJw.tt Mrs David Bnerk Mr Bertha
Seaman Mrs Eliia Sargent Mrs BM Snitzar Barbara
Shaw Mrs Kllta SterrettUrsEuge'eStirluigOarrie
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Shiouam Mrs V
Slmlsy Miss Lucy Bhepard Mrs M
8ymmondsMlssM8tevanson Maggie
BarsonMary Hteren Mrs Mary
Btcphenson MIssMBtraus Mrs M
Bcott Mrs Sarah Btrauver Rebecca
Boencer Mrs T Heunvn IMiwRktA
Eheldon JlrsF A
Sturr Mrs H A
Spenc.r Mrs U
SnurliaaMF
Stills Mrs Mary
pvuuu Mutmvuziiovwio iu it. AacneiDpencer Dusaa
TralnerMlsiC J TrindleMIisSf Tillotson WissM A
Turner Mr MP Terry Miss D Thomas Hiss MB
Todd Mirs M B Thomas Mrs E P Thomas Miss Mary
Taylor Mrs E t Todd Margaret Towniend Rachael
Talbot Mrs ii . Thomas Mrs S B Trlpler Mrs Eunice
TurnbnllMrs Tarlor Mrs Kate Templeton Mrs M
Thompson Mrs M Jlrlpp Miss L A
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Tanee Miss B ' Tan Bon Mis B TanitekU MnlS
Tauberkilow M . . .,
Tfolf M'si A V Ward Miss If ate Watts Miss Ottllar
White MiS'Annl White Mrs Llxsie Walter Miss P 8
Wallace MiasB Whlledren Mrs I, Wyler Mrs Ehoda
Wells Mia 0 J Webster Mrs R Williamson L J
Willum Mrs R B Wallace Miss 0 L Willis Mr Louisa
Wells Mrs Sarah Wilson MrsE A Williams UiisL
White Miss riallia Woodruff Mra Ifi "Wllhr aiiu a J
Weedwsrd Mrs Wbltaker E . . .WllsonMary 0
Wallace Mrs 8 W Wright Mrs Kb. Williams Mrs! '
Wellington M - Wrlgb
Wilkinson MlssTWolTl
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Young Mis Bailie Tearsly Mrs Sarah ' '
Chester Mrs H
Collins Miss J
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GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
A .
Allen A B It Co
Allemona A W
Albert John C
AnnlballraM '
Abel Justns
AnkellLouis
Ail Michael
AnplegateT F
Anfecklho .
Anker Q vV
AskerOW
Allison 00 M
Annbold David
Atkinson J D
Allan J W '
ArohboM Jas -'
Ahem John B
Albers J Justns
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Allison fe David
son , .
Allen Chas W
Albright 0 W
Appleby F I
Anderson B
AddlemaaBW -Arrott
Col
Arthur Wm B '
Boewortb BO I Black Mr
Rronson Mr
Baker, Gervey It
Co
Buik Thos 0 .
Brayton W 1 ,
Butler Wm - f
Bennett Theodore
Browner Tho
Bennett R R
Brig Peter
BoydRjbt v
Byrne P r V
Baking John '
Bowman R R
- Burt una
BoneBH ,
Bnrget Pant
Brewer F B
jmrwynfc d mx r Berne ueo
SaknrOrR Barker B
rotlerUikl) k benedict A
Ximniatiir G C , . Blackway A C
BealWm . ' Biggs Collie '
lairun HtetAen Baara MarUn
Bowman 8 8 , Bower M M A '
BusbamMieh : BohaaMlch
Bennett 8 " ' BeekLonls
Bisckoff Bant T , Board mas B 0 k
BarrBaml A- 1 ' Bre
KoithSanil iw( Berry Jas ni
BolngtonWa' BardesnHP
Buseker John Brown Chas
BainbrldgeWm
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Barnes John .
Brown E liana
C'man. Winder (farson Jas 0
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fjltftoD BlTfe Co Conway L
jorror Jt?
Crirn Dr 0 W"
ClerowntaenW
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B ' Clark H
atinePater Clark Alex
Clark Daniel
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BatlerDB 1
Tlerckes Frank
BaUerBR .
HoraoG
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BivalJ n
Cross Wm J?
a.jo ; ueaiman Josenn uonmrTiin' -
Carter & Brother Coeover Jn Cook Henry C
Cary ft Oo. - Connejrb Joseph Cook J H
Oalian A F . ' .'' Chamberlain JoaJ Cook Jl
Catavran A K Carroll Martin Conic ii
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Cowrn B 0
Cropper 811m
Craft WmJ
Cone 8 Vr
CulowvH P
Clark Ohsrles
ClarkDrDW
Cooper 0 H
Campbell B8
bristle JmP,
nnrtiw John'
C dp pock Wm
ChsppJlWmP
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Coleman Thanta
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Cojnmiaipi J-Vvvamar Jaw
Care j Joseph
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Dlx Elijah -puitSlnmSr . . Diekeraon Eobt
Desmond Dennl Du vail John ' Drury Tboataa
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Denber John DreT" Wm -.)'
Dlltenham Capt H Day WO ' t" ;"
Davis DrHf Dennis Wm -.
Davis fi auk R. DevuieWmH
Draper George F
Qarm j0hu
Davie Oeo
Davis Joseph -.
BvusBenJf Ellison A B
EnswbigerBspry Elliott Jas I
Evans J T . . EneyJE
Enl Ji tUi . tmilfmll
g'vard.Curti
Ebet mJ"Mph
Eddy KP0-,
Enibich Samiusl ,
Foote Chat
Fox Barney
Fan t Chas H '
Flsan B M
Ferrell Capt 3 W
Vlsher Martm
VAxviifw. A'lDhPvffeChas J
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Ford J W French Mirlott
Finch Ed D
Fairbanks DH
Frsnoa Daniel
FrsnkfW ,
Fisher GH
FailyJas
Foster John '
Fowler Stall ,
GrleseBea
Gee AM
Gage B W '
Green Bllsha ,
ff 8 Finn Edmund ,
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FranltHB
Fau'kner Jno
Fowler JarodD
Folger John
Fenwick Wm ' '
Ftttgerald Key J,fi
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Glenn, Burnhata Gran Andrew
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Ganewall Mr
Gage Rev A '
Granachow Fr
GarradWm orJno
ueccaell E 8
Gilbert BB
Gill Simon
Gnslay J W I
Quinn T M
Galnesw A-
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nimntin IflMirV fimVM Ja
Goodrich Hon 5 GOrifflna John '
Graefenban Robt Goodwin Simeon
Gaaklns Samuel Grace WmOL. .
Greaves Tbos
Gregg Williamson
Huffman Adam
Herman Mr
Hoooen Edward
High Prank -
Hackenger 0 M
Harwell O
Hutchins 0 B
Horton Olrloa 8
Howell George
Hicks George V
Hitter G
Houston Edwd A
Hey Joseph
Heaton Eddie
Hoffn.'anJonn 3
Huber Anthony
iiitfMnjI Jaidci lloakev Arthur
Herman John Hill Charles W
Howluu H(aS- Hickman B A
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HubellJameaG Hampfleld JoseiphHardon Lewi A
nr.,t..A..tl R Hills J B
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HdnsheJohs , ' Hopkins L
gammell Philip
Kauri 1 Kohert .
Hughes Peter
Hambiick W
Hitter Samuel B
Harbin John
Harden Joshua
Hnllobock John
Hlckok Samuel
Hill William.
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Hall J B
Hopkins Michael
gackersmlth I
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Han George .'
Harris U n
Hattsn William
Harrison Joseph ' Huntington W 0
Harrison At J C Hall Capt A J .
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IngslsAmos Irwin William
lies William James John D
James John A, Joalyn Henry
JlnciusJ . . 'ohnsou Ben T
JanesDrAB Jones Alfred
Innn TUnUl Ja OSS JLkOo
Ingrahsm Jess J
Ironton John
Jaokson Henry
Johnson Dr C W
Jones George B
Jones Mil
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Johnson L & Co Johnson Richard Johnson B j
Jones 1' , , jodoi iiviuiMr
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King 8 P King Alexander
Kelley George W Kuppen A
Kimball Abbe Ken prick Geo W
Krapp Frederick KanffmanGW
Ktrstner J B Klopfer Henry
Rnnwltnn II AY Slnltinihl JunPI
King Charlie N
Keller Charles
Klbby Ephraun
Kauffman Jerome
Kinney John D
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H M w KonnnlT WIlliamKnaDD Michael
Kennedy T J or GKent William Knatt Wilber F
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LewlsA - Lindsay Dr '
Little U B Layman DAI
Long James P Lsnlus James
Long Malcolm Livingston Wm
Lane OA Lafferty Bernar
LattimerOL
Lyons J G
Lerlnson M
Lancaster B B!
Leater George
Laser John
Little Rufut A
LookwoodDB :
Lore Bey James
Llnunon L
LiUce jonn H uavtttjaaa
Lock wood James LudwickMerty
bong uiaion iiinieayAiex
Leonard Geo W
Lawrence J P
Lloyd Thomas
Lambert John
Lerlnson J
Moore WW Moore James
Morris Palton J Morris Chas
Moore E T - Miller Gustavo
Mess ok A W . Matthew A A
Meads Edward Matthews W
MelleGeoS Meyer Iff
Marion CUa MnrtimAr 13
Moor Cad 0
Morris W R
Miller Wm
Meefer k Grove
Martack FC
Meyer Domlnlck
jnanony J a
HidkuT Joeephus Maduaky JMph aMmuIre Joseph
morgan jas aiiiisjonn i- ouou qou
Mann Isaac 8 . . Merna Ja i
Maier Joseph Menard J B
Matthews Henry Marshall John
Met M Melon Michael
Muriet Jas
Mean John
Murphy Michael
Mitchell Newton
Mills Thos
Munnell W T
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Murphy Tho
MulhoUandT
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McGardJobn - McOalto Josiab
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McOlenthlan J
McKav J P
McLaughlin P
Mi Kee John : McLeod Murdocr BicLeon jonn s
McGuire Henry McGee George McWllllams M
McDtnsott M McGregor er WD Ma Nell or MsMoel
Mcltrlde Symond McNicball Hdsh John
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Paul Dan IB PidgeonJasBS
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Pruitt Jno W
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Price Jno
Parker BP
Plnney Sunt B
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Paxke Ja A fe Co Petty Hi Dry A
Park Lewi Pick Phillip
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Pearce Thos Pslmer Warren
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Ryan Jno B
Reeve Jas
Rinehard Johann
Robblna Harry L
Kobmson Kobt
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Abbott G
Ramsey A 8
Robinson H N
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Booineon J as
Rawlins Edward Ryan Patrick I
Rice Harvey
Rice Solomon 0 Randall Ja
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Ryan Wm J
Dice Jas .. SocapJno ,
Richardson Recce Jno -Richards
Jacob Roll Henry
Richards Geo fe OoRicksuoker 0
Rl lay H II inch Boa Ogden
Russell Wm
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Smith Tho H Smith John
Smith, Riley & Smith Henry
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Romer Henry
Smith BL ,
Smith Tbos J
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Bmith George 1
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Brants 0 Rollln Blosner Henry T
Simpson 'l bos Btalloupjohn
Stile Anthony B Singleton John J
Sherman Curtis Blocnm J J
Shanks Abel gtackmann John
BhlllitoThos 1 BpsrryJohnP
Sprague fe Parish Spivey B
Sooner Edward Shell Jonas
BherrupGenO Stokes J
Sabine Geo B ' BtablerJohnB '
SevenerGeo - Smead H P
Senior DandJ RKJohnRenrv 1
Bhaw John
baw Samuel
Bhepherd 0 A
Bhepard Wm B
Bhepard Wm
Bbeppard W W
Bheomrd C I
Bcott James
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Stewart John W Schlusser Frank Bhsne Henry I
Steward Btokes Frederick Bladen Joseph B
Stewart Dr B B Sibley Edward t Slmklns Henry 8
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Stevens J F
Schuno Edward
Segar Joseph
Snider Henry ,
Snyder Henry J .
BtraeMaasenna
Spiague M
Bhutterly David
Baden James
Scrapie James
Beeves John B.
Snenoe John -
Stevens R
Sarin Abel
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Sheldon 0 FrankStroop John T . Sherwood BR '
Saier Aoguttus Sellers John M Snowden Ibeod'n
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Thompaen R M
Thompson J T
Tompkins J . pn
Tucker I W It
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Thompson J 0
Terry A J
Trimble HtS
Traberfe Whiting Tarbox H
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Tomer B
Talt MM
TraeeyM
Tucker W 4
Toole T
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Thomson J . Tynaaton B
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Vandearea D B
Vlnhv H
Van Ausdale L
Vanfotaen N B
VoorheesR .
Vinson TW
Wilson John :
Wilson Greenv'e
Woodenweather A
Walker Joseph
Williams P '
Williams JF
WIlHuna Davtrl
Vance JB
Von BorrlSJaTUO Van Pelt J
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Wheeler T 8 , White A A
Watson Andrew White A R '
Ward Wm WhtteTM -
Walker Geo WhitsMH '
Wolf ' Wateon L D
Wood,Bacon fe OoWalker M V Dr
Withered B . . . Weaver Peter
Weir Chas
Warren H B
Williams Newton
weld A '"
Wallace W W
Warren ASA Go William. Wm V.
White Anthony Williamson D D
White fc6o Wright Samuel
' Whit James : - Wright 8Q
- White J J ' Wlleoa Joseph
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Wroe Wesley
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Ooumbe Edward
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GENTLEMEN'S LIST. JOHN L. VATTLER, P. M
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN COVINGTON POST
OFflCB December 10,1869i
ArmrtraneRIl . Am Wm ' - AvenlrfiJui
Aullck Louisa V Anderson Mrs A V Allen MrsAmsuda
Arnold Isabella , AlcottKhener.er Ameiicau Eagle
nromauyaieo niair Aiexanaer Ltonge
Barland Jean - Barker E A Blair M ' '
Blouse J- " ' Hoyd Mrs B Ann Bales James W
Burrows Robert Boot Thomas - Butcher Mrs B
Merer jj Hiodantt Annie Harnett Annie
Burton Edwd 0 1 Blermer John H
Boss James
BerU Prank ByrnsJames BachGJ
Birars Elisabeth Bens Jaue Carroll W
CurrleUssle ChalfourFP OouhaFC
Coinj . - Corcoran P - OorooraaJ
OreutH , Cnmmlns Mr 0rtonP ,
OretG - 0,dwuD ' ConnellM " :
Connor Johanna Callaghaa Elian Culbertson W
ummina Sarah Coleman J
flfMmAr J
aidwell A . Christian R
Carman MrsO 0 ,
Dixon Tbos , .
Doll.n. Mrs 8 " '
Dunn John
Daniel. 0 B
Davie Edward :
Davis John
Dunham Jas 0
watts John
Dunn Mra MA
vavia sawam
uunn Robert ' Dougherty Mis A
yansinrs.oaq.
busey Mrs w p Everson Richard'
Evans Mr MA
Fanthom Ju - wUm ffMw
rarreu cesllia
flynn Wm
Givin Miss M
Gundelflnger J .
HallOD
Heiialey B T
Hopkins M Is 3 '
HlattAlrsE
JonesMraS B :
Kenyon H L
Kelly Patrick .
Longmore Liuia
Lboyd Jane
LotyGeo . i.
MoichM 0 ' ,, ,
Morton Mary
Furey Cyras B Foiae Mrs Wm . -Glass
BanfordBt Gray Ja
Glendon Jaa Grear Mrs A
GlbWns Miss KateGrav Ja
Hopkins JW Hood Jno, ,,,
HaisteadTV Hughes OW '
HesllyJasN - HastooWA '
Batbaway Henry Hawkins II V7 -Johnson
lilts ME Johnson Mary .'
King Mlts 0 Kerte Henry
Kcnnard Walter Llndlow H ft. 1 C':
Lamaine Lisaie LummonDB v,
Laudens Bridget Lamaine 0 B
LlngmoreHF ' Matloak F , ' -Muluin
Oath'na Menie Jess
Maloula Sarah Mono Michael
Moltue Judge ' MoletonJno
Moran Michael ,
Nickel John '
Patton Mis JP
Powers Mary ,
RohnerGeo
RoheruMlasli .
BeedWm ,
Blmmont Jos
Bnydee Isabella'
Bmolly Sarah .
Bnyder Philip
Stockton L "
Tillman Albert v
flioajame MleaJsme
O'Ccnnell Ellen Jenny Richard
Peoo Mrs H.J Patterson Robt
r lesion OA' Pummed John
Boss Uellnda .Reed Mrs MA
Reed Mary Robe it H W
RouJ M ' J Rose Polly '
SenepleAU " Stanley Joshua
aimmesuawarajt stoay
pencerEllsa
StrsteA , ,
Shaw Jas n'
TarrallGenrara
enanaun
Tinsley Mis 8
Tracy Simpson
Terrlll rim
Wood Robert
Winder Mrs MA
Walters Moses
Wood Robert
Thorns Dr J L
'inompson M
Walker Mis 8 3 Walker Henry
Wolfley Wm Whaatley Mr U
WillUWmG , Wallace W W , .
Wilson Walker Woods Mrs B 8
Williamson J H 'Walker W
VntliH .v ....... .ri-t-'v
r alters wm
PoiUofflosonensonRnnitawa at nine n'dlnck A. M
W. D. HOLT, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
T EM AIMING IN THE POST-OFFICE
Xli at Newport, December 10, 1858: - ' '
Abbey Benton AffslMiMH Bohr Robert ''J
BelsohlagRey Bumgarner Mrs A Blaahford D ;,
Bennett WmH Ball James Bell John
Bradlev Stenhen Onrev Tranlel ' flalvart Mra W S
Out Mrs F fa Dwyar Mlsa Arm Deokwaras Miss I
vicasou rrm -i- , Fleming uiss sa ..jrnsonsa
Ginn Mlas Sarah Golden Samuel Hufnagel Georga
Hynes Catharine Hoorleln Leontiart Howard James
Hord Miss Mary Hs.irover Mrs KW Harris J V .
Joshua Miss A Ju.ppenl.ta John Jone Gnu J
Kain Charlotte E.eeny Mrs R A Llylngston 1 B
T.M Joabtia
iaambe James " Leech Maggie -i
Morgan Mr B J
Miller L Q
jnoorhonsethoi Meek John.
Itlevar Wm
NealJ G
Newton Mr) 8 TJ
Philip Miss J -Reynolds
8 W
Sbortell Mrs J
Thiatlewaite Jra
Williams Jan-M
Philips Miss M
Riley MrsM
RilerGeo W
Shramm Lewis
Trainer Mrs
Wolfel John -
Phelps Ferdinand
, Kunneiaaaran J .
ShrlverHA ,,
Still Abraham ' '
Wanner Mlu Id
..Webb John. . ,
rr lexer isusa.
Weasel Adam
9 The Vostofflce is from t till
J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
HARRISON & COLIJNS'
CUNTRAL BEE-HIVt OALLERT, oor
var of Fifth and Western-row. Photographs,
Mel alnotvnes and Ambrotrnes taken cheater than
else where In the city. Oil Oolored Photograph
nia 3o of all slees, from life to the smallest miniature,
Plfitures neatly set in Lockets, Breaat-plns, Finger
rlnji and Bracelet. All work warranted.
nol-ey A. S. BLOOM, Artist
waawaasaaaaassavSBaaaaasaaaaaMaaaMaBBBBBaaawBB
THE OYSTER TRADE.
DI&LKS IN
FRE8U CAN
OYSTElRS.
COVE ...
OYSTEBS
Spioed Oytten.
FIl'SLED OYSTUBS
THB SUBSCRIBER IS SOW RECBIV.'
ING DAILY, by the Adams express, HALT
BIT'S world-renowned Baltimore .
Freih Can, Keg and Shell Oyiteri.
Aiao -PrcTkDIOrfsTEBr',68l,d
WT 8W0B)
SOBEfiT OER, Agent . , .
p7-f Duaot. II West Flfth-atreet
FRE8H
OYSTERS.
oavagna's
Oyster Importing Houses
NO, 31 WEST FIFTH-8TREBT.
THB SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REOBIV
ING daily, par Exprees, his sclendid Oyster.
Having completed arrangements In Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at ell times dona
the season be prepared to furnish my friends, "and
the rest of mankind," with the most DELICIOUS
BIVALVES imported to the Queen Cltv. Nona hni
the verv best imoorted. Great inducements nffarnd
at this Importlng-bonse.
vruer sioiioiteu anu promptly nuea. Term ean.
FfiTKR (JAVAiiNA,
SBplfit Bole Importer and Proprietor.
OYSTERS,
-A-
TODiD'S OLD STAND,
V'O.SOSIXTH-STRBET. IAMRECEIV.
i fun J-:i- fiVTUta i '.11 J UiUMnFH
OYSTERS which 1 am selling at unprecedented
low prices by ease or dosen. Dealers and Familial
wanting a very urge, leesu uyster, wut pieaa aeuo
their order. Attached to this establishment 1 a
uloe, quiet, respectable Saloon, where you can have
Orators Cooked In every atvle. and served un in s
clea land superior manner. Vhargo less than at any
other place. locluj JOHN NAIRN.
0 J AUVU. UUU1U u
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR. OLD PLANTATIOIN
Depot 03 Sycamore- tree t, oppoilte the
National Theater. ... .-.f
E. C. BOCKLUG, Agent. ,'
ALSO TiMMMl TfaH .nil fl.ma fraah and awnat
Butter, do., delivered at all hour, free of oharg. -
icem j . .
If TaTOU WfUlt
Fine, Fat, Freah Omni A
TODD'O
Magnum Bonums.at his Wholesale and Betail Oys
ter House, , .
253 253 238 253 .253
"WALNCT-8THBKT,
noW Fifth door above Blxlh, west side.
J. FARROW & SON'3
riELEBRATEO BALTIMORB OYSTERS,
receivea- oaiiy ny me Aoama jux
press company, in wnoie ana nan cans.
All Oysters sold warranted fresh and of
the verv beat onalllv. J. B. OWING.
Agent. No. 37 Fifth-street, bet. Main
ana nainui-sireeis,
N. B. The trade supplied on the Qiott liberal
terras or3iom
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DU. SAM'JL SILSBEC
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THE SKIN. RHEUMATISM. DIRBAfllCA nw
WOMEN, and ooh Ohroolo complaints a nay be
benefitted tj the Brgysnio and Atmopathio system
of hlsofttce. . .
Vanor. Snlshnr. Iodine. Arsenic' Mtnm.
klsh, Bnsslan and Electro Chamioal Batn. A Dig
aensary of Medlolne,and Terr manuer of. Bleoerto
and MagTjetlo Apparatu. '
HO. 07 WEST BBTKHTH.8TBBBT.
avsTOflloe henrs A. M. to t i m ' aqy.tsa
R. 8. NEWTON, M. D.
Offloe, 90 West Seventh Street,
: - - twmn vnti' aitb Biom. i ' .": IM
O. E. NEWTON. M.'XJ
Omow-Ne. 90 West Seventh street, between tine
and Msimw-No. C4 Beventh tnt, bw
W7S wejraaaaiasj ma IUW. Vf sTIUBl nfjltq U BJm
A. s 1 1lteimvM.t TtsHP. M. , . V
WM. m. hunter;
DENTIST '
noS
J6 VJnentT)f.
J. TAFT, ,
(Buooesaor to Knewlton 4 Talt.) . .
DENTIST.
If. 60 Wee t fearth St., bet. Walaat eV Vine
CINOINNATI, OHIO. '
tspM
1 SEWINQ MACHINES. r
$30. $3. $SO.-'V;830.
F1MHV SEWING MiCLTirjES
8I0TJBED BY BEOINT LETTKB8 PATENT.
rwBlb MACHISE . HAS BEEN PRO
M. NOUNCED by all eomwetent Jndgea. whe
hav seen it, to be the best and moat desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever introduced, reatardlese
f ptioe. K will saw all kind, of family good,
from the vary thickest to the very finest fabric made.
and use all kinds or thread, rrora no. e so aai. i '
Kaetll leased on toper the Machine,
nd fur a circular, or call aiid aee it in operation.
Opon early applioetlou, State and County Bigbtsmay
be secured. ' .!'. ......... .1
Aneaergetfo person can make a fortune In a short
nut, Agents wanted in an unsoiu territory.
1 ' ' H. C. BtJrtTWAN,
Bel andexoluslve agent for the Gutted State,'
aepufmt . ; 01 West Fourth -street. Oinolnnatl,
LADD, WEBSTER oc I CO.'S
vm. . LOOK STITCH : --.n'v )
i ''" ' 8BWIMO MACHINES, " :
80 " West: Ftourth-Btroet,
Between vine ana waiuut-streeie, uinauoaou
! ssjr Rend for a OlrcnUr. " IC J '"" ' vf
i til,
Days Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. D. DAY tfc CO., .
'".'V Manufsctureri and Dealers In . ' 11
PRINTING,: PRESSES,
."; (BOTH HAN0 AND POWEB.) '
And all kind ol Printing; Ttlnterlale, Nee.
1T3, 17ft nnd ITT West SeeoneWatreet,
" CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ESPECIAL "ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MEDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months we have introduced them Into four
teen different State of the Onion, with the greatest
satisfaction to tho parties purchasing. The power is
applied to the center of the platen ; oonseiinently
there I no possibility ot Urn springing from any
amount of pressure. The ntotionls so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact witn
the form, Insuring A PEBFEUT IMPBKSSION at
s high rate of speed.
Printers In want of the BEST JOBBER should
not purchase elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, aud
are WARRANTED to give the most entire satis
faction. -- ' - 1 not
MADAME ELLIS. M. D., HAS FOUND
at last lust what the Ladies have lesg needeo
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir Is warranted to cure all dls
eeaos of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb, Painful Menstru
atlon, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; In fact, perfect our
is gmarranteed by the use of from two to five 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 call particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug,
gists of Cincinnati. - . i
"To tax Public ahd ths Lamm ir Pauttctju.,
We, the undersigned, are not In the babit of giving
onr name to Patent Medicines; but knojring well the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Utsrine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all females
suffering from Female Dlseaaee of any kind; it U
purely vegetable, and In no case oan do injury; m
say to all try, and our word for it, yon will And re
lief. . , F. D. BILL, Druggist,
epS7 " ' "Corner of Fifth and Raoe-streets.
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
LATING OOUGH AND LIVEB BALSAM
cures, without fail, nains In the Breast. Back.
Side or Limbs; Coughs, Golds, - Hoareeness. Dlffl.
onlty of Breathing, Headache, Flatulency, Heart-
Sum, vnronio uueumausm, Biunms unono, uramp
hollo, Griping Pains of the 'Bowels, Dull new,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and tn Pain
ful Menstruation it 1 a certain- oure, and give
immediate relief. In any of the above diseases
It will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent oure by the use of two bottles. OnlyWoenti
per bottle-so cheap that every person can get it.
N. B.-For tale by F. D HILL, Drnsglat, corner
of Race and Fifth-streets: J. D. PARKT corner ol
cn-ti. Ti - 1 anroff vmruTNtrrv & n. '
UUI U Ml. W-MIIIU., uui.nij ovno. a
corner Vine and Fourth; JOHN DICKHuN, oornei
01 jonn ann sixtn; raua, no.intjr.in, oo-ner ei
Elghthand Freeman. Also, EDWARD MOAN LAN
A :o , oornerof Main and Fonrthl and Madamt
ELLIS, 1st West Sixih-atreet. : ... , , 1 sep37-ay -
HAistfS PATENT.1
THE MOST REOABtE FIRE AND
BORGLAB PROOF SAFES. They have given
more satisfaction than any other now in us. 1
-We offer a reward of ONE THOUSAND DOI
1AK9 to any person thai oan, up to the present
time, show a elngle Instance wherein they Save failed
topreasrve their ooateuta. ......
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
teat with any establishment, in the Union, and the
party failing first, to forfeit to the other, th sum
of fu.nmi. - -
We are prepared to fhrnlsh a better Baft, and at less
oast, than any other manuiaoturer In the United
ite.-. - ,
lecond-band Safes of other makers, also on hand.
Ve respectfully Invite the public to call and exam-
1 onr stock before inrohaaing elsewhere.
. , , HALL, OABBOLL A 0OH
lugti-vt Ho. U and 17 East Columbia street. -
,wi b. dodds, " .
rrarlof HallJUoddsAOatlat Urban.DoddsAOo,
e-W. B. lloddS ' & Co., '
o o w o n. in t m
Fire and ; nnrglar Proof
;-jsl' jp 'si' kit
8. We Corner of Vine Second Street.
" This Is the most reliable FIRE AHD BTJRGLA
PROOF SAFB that is made In the Doited States, and
la warranted perfectly free from damp. Oan be sold
at lower erloea. and is of better vnrkmanahln th.n
oan be found elsewhere, - -
We have a large easortmetot on hand, and are da,
tennlned to sell at price that cannot lail to please,
ld Safe
Take la eaxhang.1' SECOND-HAND SAFES al.
ways on hjra at extrenmll tpw prloe. jy
FRESH; FISH'
8AI.T, WATER ANOXAKB FI8U
TOZER'8 EASTERN FISH DEPOT,
' No. 906 Vlae-t., bet. Tlfth and SUtb. '
MS, TOZBK BEOS TO ANNOUN01'
that h ha established a regular depot for tl 1
sal of all kinds of salt-water Fish, fresh from Nsw
York; also Lake Fish from. Cleveland and H.nrtn.k.i
together with Olama and Oysters In the shell, Lob
sters, Crabs, Eels (alive), and all kinds of seaaonabl
inane ana veovi
nd CanOvsters. He will fnrnlah thai
1 above-
named.arUoles OHBAPB THAN ANY OTHER
PLACE
1 in 111a vii i.. rainiiy omera vrommlr
attended to and sent bom free ol charge. Pli
aalland 'save your order. , , , , r aal
fleas
;i,':;-::j.;j.;BijTiEai8
Exccli3r ' Fluid ", f nkt .'
Maufotonri Vine t. u ,
INSURANCE. '. -f "j"
,J.Y"i ST AT B : AH Y
Incorporated 1819. Charier Perpetual
sr Agency establlahedln Otnclnnarl In I H'iS, an
idatlna alt ereaant local Insnrance Oomnanlea and
Agencies in the Insurance business in this city. 33
years cons' ant duty hero, combined with wealth, ex
perience,, nterprlse and liberality, especially com
mend the jETNA Insurance Company to the favora
ble patronage of this eommouiH standing solitary
and alone, the sole survivor and Urging pioneer of
CinclunatI underwriters of 1S'J3. . -
Loose "'""JJ'JjJi J1 ,Ml riT
WOUI3AA yJoutJj.vcmi.mfJ.t'
IAPSOLTJTE AND U NOLPAIRED.J WITH A
SURPLUS OK 1,U30,423 80.
And the prestige of 40 year sucoee andeasieslenc.
,,, rrVloTMMTi OF : '
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
' UPWARDS' O F Bllli0(0,000,l,O8SE8, :
Have been paid by the ?Btn Insnrance Company In
.ii-, ; i the past 40 years, i.
Fire and Inland NaylsTatlon.Blaksaooepted
at terms oonsiatent with solrenoy and fair profit,!
Especial attention given to Insurance of Dwelling
nd Content, for terms of 1 to 5y , w. . .
Application made to any duly '.athorlsed Agent
finomptly attended to. By strlot attention to a legit
mate insurance baldness, thisOompaay Is enabled
to oner ooininaeniaisyrorine pass ana seonniyior
ths future.
r iioMeieeneawisnousaeiay oy
in: i
jab. ti.
UsaV IIJIHi
. .TUB. Agent, No.
W Alain street.. ;
iiu it uiiiuiuf Aieni. . , .-ii
rs1 i Jl-i. ..La a':-
J.J. H0OK1. i. AHot.Jfulton. Utii Ward. "Mt.
. v S- SB I afvu V At A V UIU BSW.I WW
WE8TEBN INSURANCE COMPANY
w ' OF CINCINNATI, i'l v'"" f.
OFFICH IN THE SECOND BTOBY Ot
No. 1 Front-stroet, betweenMalnandBroarrlore.
This Uomeanv Is takine Fire. Inland and Marine
Bisks at currant rates of premium. .vr i i , .
aiosses miriy aujustou anu promptly paia.
DIRECTORS:
TFBokert, '"-PBall, 1 . 8 W PoWerot, '
William Glenn. . W C Whitcher, W 0 Mann, ii w
Robert Mitchell, W H Comstook, LSI Stone, . , ,. ,
Robt Bncbaoau, CO Shaw, , - Geo Stall, ' 1
Wnf Sellew, - Beth Brans, J H Taaffe, :'U"
David Gibson,1 , H Brachman, J Glsham, u '
HOlearwater, ... Thos Bllliott. . w ... ', r
a. i. auaaai, rresiaent.
BTipmn Hotun, Beeretary.
nod '
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens'' Insurance Company;
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. ,
DIRECTORS: . , ;.
n int. mi nroou. iMwc u. awpeien,
James F. Onnnlnsham. Brdnnr R.
Clark,
Andrew JKraenbrecuer, .i josepn Jteakirt, i .::;)
. . Geo. W. Bishop, . Wm.Flhr,t ,,.n,.
-. ' ' George R. Dixon. ' )"
IBAAU tl, COPKLEN, President! vr
Geo. W. Copklxm, Secretary. .
A. M. BOSS, Surveyor.
I nrenared to Issne Policies On Fire and Marina
Risks, on favorable tnrms. Office Mo. a West Third.
street. Trust Go. Building. no8bfm ,
National Insurance Co., "';
. Cincinnati, Ohio. . .
(Office Bonth.wast Cor, Main and Front-streets.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
XITO XvlBKS
TAKEN AT CTJKR.KNT RATKM, '
i 1. DlBEOTORBi
John Burgoyne,. B M Smith,
Robert Moore, .
M Fechbelmer,
8 W Smith.
wm oepworm, ajuas v moo re, .
F X Wledemer. Thos Onir.
JIjRoss. . . ThosBlfigi
is.
Henry Ellis.
ii. v. uuaitu ,ueo y,
jmi nnnanviie un.
TJOSbfm
t. A. BruTOsian, Surveyor.
Cincinnati liiflTirance Company
. ESTABLISHED IK 1820.
CAPITAL 8150.000.
OFPICB NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
SORES against Los and Damage by Fire; alio:
Perils of the Sea and Inland Navigation. , -
- D1HE0T0RS:' ' ' "'' .
Juo.WHftrtwell, Allen Collier, - William Besor. -John
W Kills, i JameeLupton, Obaa.W Rowland,
Jobu W Iudley. James A Frater, J V Can field,
l T Woodrow. BMW Tavlor. A 8 Winalnw.
0 8 Williams, Ii McBirner, Bowman 0 Baker.
. JUUtB w. oaaiw.
0, W. WitttAMg , Secretory.
SLL, f resides
no;
auei-too
..." 'sdorss
no lues usioajiosi
.Svaod q)ya uovoidde
neejrjgMiioiojnioo pan toj-ruij yoq ,
SJ81I0O Du goaigu Kinmioj as) Snuiaa
qjoio Suriioa 'Sj.xosd juoi m 'souiqoeni jnmg 'sasn
utu aopun pus jeatlu q)oq Cpnos iraoa.uituj vr
soai ojjohJiS ni da iaj 'sazig 11 V
; jJamofi pu intpniao 0iq.BLioa
ROOFING ! J, ROOFIlG !
THB OUTOA1.T FiASTIO ME
TALLIC BOOKING" ts offered to the public
a the beet and oheapoat Metal Roof now rued, its
merits tested by an exnerienoa of veers In thl. nit.
and vicinity. Applied to flat or steep, old or new
building, No solder used fastened securely with
out exposure to the action Of the elements. -
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part of
the United States, oan be annlied bv anv n. with
ordinary meohanioal (kill. Orders promptly filled.
jyle-tf ; lMWest Second street.
PATENT MACHINB-MADE PAPER
D.rtu 1 n . r. i . . ttn . .
- dsud, iur unrani airuKKi.ta, rca xreaiers ana
-etheri, made from extra quality of Wrapping, Ma
lunewiii nutniHrHnr,
sajjipuu.ooo ko. 1 wrapping and Man ila;
SuO.OOONo. a ' -m,
aoo.ouoNo. t .- . '
I 200,000 No. 4 ,
aoo.oooNo.-1 - 1 ' -
" 'JOO.011ON0. a "-in.. .ii -t
iSyoo,ooo No. 10 1 ," 1;
jn flw,wi no. iz '-
ajj " ' K),fKK)No. 15 : ' " '.
Si a)0,O0ONe.l9 '- ; ,. ... ,
iHjtSF soo,ooaNo.ao - '
-VVi miwnllA m.' ' .--! - 'I.,;.
,00ONo. 1 WhltTaBgss '!'"'"
m f3.vaw.ooo no. ,s - 1 t"! '
The above are nut ne In naekairoanf ann k.. . 'v '
We are manufaetoHng rrom sTxl to seveuty-liv
thousand Bags per d i - i ' , fi ")
i,;i..'.,.l 'I v .-1 ).AOH CHATFIBLD, v , f
V n ' 1 ' ''t L&WL? Swuftoturer,,i' :
.-.ji .'. .' Atid Wholesale Paper Dealers, ,f ,
, ' 7 '. ' 'ianmy vrsuuoi-sirnM.- 1
u K IBB Oil S i
FLOWERS
Featfiers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, wbloh 1 am selling at imsl
advance on New Tork priom, wholesale and retalf, ,
;, t. ir i, . : u. . -i WEBB, 1tn-.-s
not
B tw. auia-errees, di, itaee ana mum
-mi
OANDY! O AN DY
,.' j. .-. ,..-!-- ' : y ,'ii-ii'-
Wtwosesor to afmi AOo,), ' :i ''.-' ;
MtnnritottirerB and Wholesale DeaJn
, . i ... t . . . .
FINE AND FIjAIN CANDIE'
t iwti Ravi ..'.' f.":. i i-: !ir,x'i ,.. r :
40 MAI STREET; CINCINNATI
" ' , my)IT .
HENRY DAVID,
a Inannuaoturersjid Whelewl Dealer ra '-' ;
Bon, Perlnmery, Teuiey flood', oVo.,v'' i
No. 78,MAIN:STREET,
... , BETWIBH SIXTH AMI) SBVBMTU.ni 'J
N U JOBBERS BY OALtlNfl AND
e JCBe examining my Stock will And that I
am telling lower than any other boose In tbs city, , ,
rno1 - 1
IN Alt. ITS BANCHR9,' NO. 8 B.ASI
Fonrtb-ttreet, between Main andSycanjov, Cin
cinnati. . . .'" -V . ...''.''..- .'I'
rue-Mnoingin svsry ttyl. Mns1 Books neat.
ly and durably bound., ,
unt-tmj
,4V. vaurrj, ,
l'v
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
CHICAGO, Great Western and North—western
LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI,
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
The Bhertt Boots between dnolnaatl
- Ji.'lu and Cltlcage.- a,i' ... ..
Three PawengerTralnsIeaveOlnolnnetldafly.fVOm
the foot of Milland Front streets. - -
1 BiJO A. Dl. Ohlcago Mall arrive at Indlanapelle
at 12:10 P. M , Ohloago at 10:30 V. Jfl. Thl train
connects with all night train out of Chicago for
the. West' and North-west; connects at Indianapo
lis with trains for Terr Haute: also with Pern
traina for 1'sri, Loganiport, Fort Warn and To
ledo. l!ls4S Pi nX Terr Badte-and Laytayotte Ao.
ooBiutuuatlon arrives at Indianapolis st 6:16 P. M.,
making direct connections at ludlanapolta with La
tayette trains for Veeotur, Springfield, i spies, Ooln
oy, Hannibal and m.Joaapb.:
7 F. IU. Chicago ExpiM arrives at Inrllanapoll
t lJ:14 A.M., making olese connections at Ohloago
with all morning trains out of Chicago.
Bleeping oar are attached to all the night train
on this line, and ran through,, to, Vhicsgo without
change of cars.
This is exclusively a Western and North-western
route, and with farerable and rellablearrangementa
with all oonneotlr-g roads thronxhout the entire
West, guarantee unusual car and t he amplest ao.
oommodations to the patrons ot this line. , -
The Company's, exclusive Telegraph Line is used
when Beoeseary, to govern th movement of tralao
and LoughridgeMi celebrated Patobt Brakes, are
tsohed to all passenger trains, by wbleh they eanba
perfectly controlledi besides all the otber modern lm
provoments necessary for the comfort and safety of
passengers, the managers of this road have liberally
provided,. ...... ......
Smoking-cars en this line. '
mar Be surs yon are In the right ticket offloe before
yon purohaae your tickets, and ask for ticket via
Lawreuoeburg and Indianapol is.
Fare ahe same as by any otber route. Baggage
eheeked through. r - i
. re0.0.?1.?8' "s "' "ei. en be ob.
talued at the ticket offices, at ttpenoer Hons Goraear
north-west oorner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Oorner! at the Walnut-street Boom, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill.oa Front street, where
all neceeaary Information may be had.
Uinnlbuses rns to and from eaoh train, and will
eallfoi passengers at all boUh and all parU ot the
city, b, leaving address at eltb ir office,
i.i..., ... W, H. L. NOBLE,
BoM-f" . Oeneral Tloket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859,
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LBAV1 THB
Sixth-street Depot. , .
'Trains ran throsga to Cleveland Sandusky, To
ledo aud Indianapolis without ouang of oar.
Through Tloket for all Eastern, Western, North.
Sn and North-western cities.
8 A. M. EXPRESS TRAIN For Hamilton,
Richmond. Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Conneois at Richmond with 0. and
0. Road for Loganeport; also connects at Hamilton
for Ox lord, Ac, ...
7i30 A. III. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Sandusky, Toledo aud Chicago. This train make
close conneetlena with all train leaving Chicago the
same evoning, Also connects at Osbana roa Co
LDHBt's; at Bcllefontaiue with B. and I. R. R East
and West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad East and Wait: at Clyde with
Cleveland and Toledo Railroad trains for Cleveland
and Dmroitj at Dayton for Greenville, Union, Win
chester and Muncie. . "i i... .
10 A. M. KXPREHS TRAIN For Cleveland
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, New
York, and all Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all
Eastern cities. ; . , . , T '
. 3t40 P. III. TRAIN For Hamilton; Richmond,
Indisuapoilsi Terr Haute and Saint Louis; con
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, Ac.
830 P. M. TRAIN For Dayton, Bprlngneld.
Belleiontalne, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
all points In Canada. Connects at Bellefontalne with
B. and I. B. R., Kitst and Wont. ; . ' ,
, lll3P. ni.KXPRE!lSTIlAlN-ForClBvs).
land via JJslawars for Duukirk, Bufialo, Boston,
Nsw Tork. and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh. Philsdelphis, Baltimore,
and all Baetera IMv" - - - "
.:Kr6?,,,,htlCjII,r,,'t'n,ln ''ring' CinelnnaH at
11:M P. M., leaves daily lxoxpr Sartr BOATS. All other
trains leave dally xxanrr SUNSATst ...
For further information and Tloket, apply at th
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad,
way; No. 1M Walnut-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Office, on the West aide of Vine-street.
betweeulPoetolflceand Burnet Honeejat th Walnut,
street House, or at the Sixth -street Depot. .. ,
013 D. MoLaBBM. Bnnerlntandens. 4
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three x TrA Daily.
Twi Throngb Expteig Trelni.
FIEST TEAIN-DAY, KXPBBSS AT 10
Ai M., oonnsots via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, Bteubenvllie and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Crest II no and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus and fiellair (Wheollsi). Also, for Springfield.
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
SECOND TKAIN-Columbns Aooommodstlon
at4i40lf.M. This train stops at all station b.
teeen Cincinnati and Columbus, and Oinolnnatl and
Springfield.
uTlslKOTRAIN-Nlgh Express at 11,30 P.
M., connects via Oolnmbus and Bellair (Wheeling);
via Columbus. Crestline and Plttsbarg; via Colum
bus Stentieuvlllsand Pittsburg; via Columbus and
Cleveland.
iri.1- irt- -i . -.
Loveland, Morrow. Xenla
and London. SLEEPING OARS ON THIS TRAIN
axsTTheDay BiprASs rnns through to Cleveland,
Wheeling end Pittsburg, via Steubenvllle, without
Obangs ot oars.
The NIGHT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at J 1,30 P. M., run dally, except SATURDAYS.
Tbe other Trains run daily, except SUNDAYS.
- For all information, and Through Tickets to Bos
ton, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ten. Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pltisbnrg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern nlaoes,
apply at the Offices, Walnut Street House, Ho. 4 Bar.
net House, south-east eornor of Broadway and Front
street, aud at tbe Eastern Depot.
Trafht run by Columbus time, whloh Is seven min
ute faster 'hen Cincinnati tisuo.
,v ... J. DUBAND, Stip't.
Omnlbnie oallfor pasesngera by leaving direction
at the Tloket Offlo. . . nol
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
Two Dally Trains lor Vincennes, Cairo and Bt.
LniiU. 7 50 A M ' mnA V.l P XI
uno Train lor Jtvansvllie at 7:50 F. M.
The Trains connectat St. Louis for all points In
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qolnoy and Keo.
kuk; at St. Lools and Cairo for Memphis, Vioksburg,
Natohet an,d Now Orleans. . . i , "
. One Through Train on Sunday at 7:80 P. at. r '
RsrrTJBNiwe Fsst Line Leave East Bt. Tionls,
Buudays excepted, at :M A. M., arriving at Oinoln-
DHtl At lUllo Ut . iii , r
BxrBEss TaAiN-Leaves East St. Louis dally at t:(0
P. M.,ar.rtvhig at Oinolnnatl at B:2o A.M. .
i -,iJ aura muuuuu iiuAitis ,
TO all o nta'Waat aril Hn,i,hiua .. il.
vuin, ii muumiuu. i nuan, ueiween BlXtJt
etween
and
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet House, corner office,
uiriiniiiiiiin ui . i uii ana sire
oaaway, Hpencer
iseuiiios.andatth De not. oorner
eta. W. H CT.KMCMT.(i.ni Bnu.ij.
ironiano mm.
iiimmiBn, mi iur paaiieD gers.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD
C&OAGO, ' -
. - ISo?BT' -
;if
" T. ? uavuKisuj invVt aaM tan ill Uiaussssg
aoanoUonfbrallother Westernand Aorth-vrselwrn
points. This Train also connects at RiehmondwItS
Oineinaatl and Chicago Roads, for Anderson. Xoko.
SuHroeV - aitli olnt on Wabagk Yallsy
fcaA'M.iTOiAHAPOLTB, OHIOAOO A 8T.
tOOIS NIGHT SXi'REHS. The above Train make
oloseoonneotlonsat Indtanaolls,Lfayotteand(Jhl.
E, Witt. Trains jo Terr Hante, Springfield, Book
id, GsJesburg, Xsnoaha, La Crosse, Jacksonville.
rllle, BnrllngtiTi, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples.
Galeae, Quwsy Prairie do Ohleu, Pane. Peoria!
poulelth, Racine. Decatur, Bloomlngton. Jollet, fa
Balls, St. faulaiid all town aadoltls in th Borth
westjji,. . .-iij".. i,)..
sNe-rnrosga tmsmw htm ana iMggag oheckid
through..
For lurth.r InformatlOB and Through Ticket, a.
ply to Ticket Office, north-east oorner ot Front and
Broad waft No, ID Walnut street, near Fourth; at
south-east oorner of Fourth and Via street, or t
ths Sixth-street Dspot.
tlltl " Lpf Hi MOBBOW, ?ntrfntends)l.
'OmhfbnsM will call for vaseenj Jrs by I savins tbtl
aasues at either of to oet OJ-ei -

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