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THE PRESS.
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DECKMBBR 19
Advertised Letters.
' or au letter! adveitised are subject to 10 extra
charge of one cent. Persona csl Una for them will please
conjeprepared with the necessary change.
tVPenoiii railing for theae letters will please ssr
tbey are advertised, and lite Dumber and dale or list.
S" The office will open at 7X A.M., and close at d
P. 8nday-0mc will open from A. M. to 10
No. 51.—December 17, 1859.
LADIES' LIST.
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AnshutaMlssO Allen Mis
Alexander Dinah Adama MIm M
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BantlnMlssA Bartlett Mls S
Bailey A 9 W8 Baxter Mini
Burnett Mil A Burn Mise F
Beverly Ann BabbMlssH
Hlte.a Hlaklt Jennf
Barrett Miss Brauter MWt T Bott Mary Jane
Burke Mist 0 Benbrldgs Mrs S Brook Mrs M
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Corwln Miss Alice Oroghan MlssLnoyOonrad Mre Mary
Clarridge Mrs B Cooper Mrs MollyComb Miss Mary
Churchill Mlw 0 OaaserlyMrsM Conner Mre MC
Connor Eleanor Curran Mlas MaryCnnnellMre Sarah.
Campbell Wise J Carter Mies Mary Oomee Sarah
CiaaiUMissJ Chase Mlu Mary Gatharlnor Sptlh.
Caaaey lira Ann . . . aler
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Clark Mill CO Clark Mis. DW Clark Mr Fran
Cock Mrs Sarah ........ . , .oee . .,
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Dewron Hn Ann ptviiMlsiY ' Drew Mrs James
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A yen Mr II A '
Ayre MU Anna
BowlanlMlst K H
Bemon Miteli
Bell Miss L D
niuMn I.
Bowers Mrs M
lutneld Mrs 1
Dudley Miss JnllsPrake Mis Sou
iluaanMissF " Dally Julia Duffle Louisiana
Dixon Miss Sarah Duffle Mies JenntcDnpler Mlsa M A i
Elliott Miss Belle Earnest MrB Elliotts Mrs &T
Esteletb, Miss E D Kddy Miss C D
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Farrell Anne Ford Elisabeth J Trnstay Mrs
F'tr, Patrick Anna FuzwinkleMary Posha Kltta
Gusweller Adeline
Gardner Hannah
Gardner Emily
Franklin Mlsa H Friel Magdalen
Vtistel Fanny
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Glllmore Mrs T
GreatrakeMraE
Gardner Sarah :
GrasbyMrsSH
iTawley Helen B Hollenbeck Slary
- Ilaly Honor , Hammond Mary JJ
llartman Jennie Heard Catharine
Harrington Kate Hale MrsPW
Ilitchins , isa 8 J Hushes Miss E M
tiunteman siusL Jiixon jhibi a m Hoyt his jt m
H(irbiSlrM Herbert Sn rah " Harris JSUsabetu
Hirvey Mrs Y J Hazleton Sarah
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James MrsOV ' Jones Mre HA Jackson Mrs Mury
Jones Mary K James Mrs Louisa Jarvis Mra Samuel
Junes MrsSarah A
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Klnnw Mrs Mary Keefer M rs J
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Frailer Belle
fifher Dora 1 ' ,
Grandon Aggie
Gray Mollis J
Guest Mildred
Ureon Harriet .
Henderson A 8
Heritage Anne
idll Bertha
llcrnuutn .Mario
lie ten Ellen
Keeran Mrs M I
KMler Mrs P
KeiaeyMrs W H
KellvMIss Ann
Kuutr. Misi L Kesaler Mrs C II
Kane Mr iurby Mrs Geo
Kline Mrs Mary Krum Mrs DH
Eatlnu Mrs Mary Kelly Mrs June
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Llndsav Mrs HA leech Miss Finnic
L;iwe Mn Jans Looker Harriet G
Loavilt MraJ p LeidyAnnaB;
Lucas Mrs Faring
T,wh Martha D
l.ivliiiit.n SH
Liwrenee Mn T M Lawson Mlas J
Liudnmer Mra C Lee Belinda
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MrK.r.HiraN McNIItMina Ada McCracken Mn L
"O-Mrltien MissB.Mo.Miihen Ann HcBlraln aliss
Mrtj lair Tiuitua McKiroy fflias K
Mi-Murel y MraVV MoCaho MlaaE
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.V:arraetMlsaK Moore Ellen
.ilnuhewi M Isa K Mo her Mra E I'
,M!n. rMi;sK.ity Maxwell Mrs V
Ma fa Mies L Mnthow Mn f
IdlllerMiss 3 Mvera Miss II E
Mur' !n .lira L Mvera Misi H
M1 rri'cn MraMA Myers Mrs Jennie Mikesell Miss T J
MrKew Misa
McLaughlin MraM
Murphy Miss K M
Miller Mrs C A
Mortimer Mrs D
Moslev Mrs D
Mwllten Mrs
Morton M rs S '
I4mv M'itMlrv Mitore MrM Jaa
iluioaky Mlsa f M.inroe Mlsa J
.uVrrU 3lrs P A Miree Mlu Nelly
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Stioy.v.iseM J Noble MrsM
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0 : r Mr IUvid O'Brien Kate 3
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Pallerwn Mies J
f'ilii::i! Mrs N '
I .irkv 511m J
i'!rhHa Mrs M
Qu'nn W.i3 A
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Yya Mrs Mary
SU'ecrs Mrs J M
Sparser Al.by E
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She idon Lizr.i(t
!ihree Mr K
Splter Mra W 11
Smith MIM C J
Smith JdissHattie
iMoasers Mlsa P
Muloughuy Mary
Noyes Mrs Susmi
Kewc'imer Mini il
O'Hara Mrs A
O'Djy Mlsa Kate h
Porldge Ml-a A
Page Miss J
Ryan Mrs Mary
Rohson Mite K
BeiheitMrsB
Qu'.aa Miks Maggie
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Ilcbb Mra E
Rice MIbsG
Ruasell sirs
Bice Mies IS
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BlerensMrsAT Bwnol Miss Belle
Strauaa Caroline Banda Elliabetii
Stunla E Icabetb Sheppard Mitt II
lurr Hettie M Btelnheak Llsrte
Sliunk Molllo Scanlln Miss M
scntt Mrs S H Baaman Mrs S L
swift MinaesL and P
Smith
Balth Eliza J Smith Mra Maria
Thnmpsnn Aggie Tnbln Miss Ann Trjbrldue Mn G
'j lu.mpson June Thompson Leon 'J'it ;ley Lucy
Thompson M L Thoupaon M A Thomas Mary V
'1 ay lor Mrs M Thomas Mn N B Towiley Mrs M
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Tinoeat Mrs 0 H taughn Mra R
Vir.iyint Mrs C
Vtiutieei Mies B
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M ,!h VisaH
Warron ara J B
White Sirs 31 H
Urii-l.1lrsM
WadJu 31199 C J Wylle Mrs R 3
Weelam Miss 0 E Ward MIssO
WtiaonMrsEP Wood Silas B
WUandMrsLA Weliln.an Miss J
Wei Is Miss ii Voif Mra Mai y
Williams Mrs E 8 Weir Mn P
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
M'' &mm A
Arhcr Clurles
AlttnAK ,
AokerfJ W
A "jiwetnl 0 H a
AllrilerF
AiidcrsonD
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ArP'lrg t
Andrua V
Arnold V N
Alien J W
Alexander J A
Armstrong Jus
and Bawnel
Tl.-l Sl Ttnirhea Block C
huddle Benjamin Rallard A
U.-ll AllTt Bnidi Horian li udlev 1
i. .uoi aril C H Brooking George Beckwub Frank
uiruura Alimony iwwiaua ueo is
Allen JO
AldenLB
Arthurs N
Andrew Pat . r
Allison W B
Anderson tfamuel
Ayers S M
Bascom Geo II
liateman F A
uliidley Edward
liotvle Donitld
BUfil: G W & Co
jcoitr Daniel
Hrund George 2
Bruoe James W
HiuberJ W
liotfnoui II B
Itutpinun John T
Kuiliyage JalP PBakfr Lewis
Bowen George G
Jioynton BT
Boalmann 11 R
borne John
Breslahan John
Burnett Jesse
Brewer John W
Baker James
Beuer John
HMkerDionyeiila
Bvai-dn.m K L
Blrkabireuanet
Sr Michael Blake l.vt
Biack'ourn Kichd Brazier K L
man
lioyct P E
riooinu i
11 Iin toe-Wash.
tltirrW II
ilnrr Kunucl A
.liurk iii"iiia
i'urton L L'J
II luck amteir
tiUS' Dfcil 1 U
Brad Peter -
Barnes rtauuel
Baker W
Beldman Wm 1
Dowers Dr Wm
Hierce Yankees
Brown George
Bruirn Jamt-9
Bihop Henry M 3
Bloor James U
Bonneet John
Burns John
Bottles Henry
Bl!ey Joseph
Bird Henry H
Barrett Michael
Henedtct R S It Co
Barrett olirer
Barker Wm a '
Browley Wm A
Brown M II
Brown L ,
Brovrn D F
Bernstein Sam
Broifn John
Brown Isaac '
CiultrtWcoleyOhandler E A Corner D L.
CcjieGlurlcaH Crall K L . ColweilJAd
t'ol.'uuii Charles Clult'E Custer John
Crane & Cooper Cliffoid Frank CunoerJL
(Jul. bianCliasH Cochrane DrUW CarlinJohu
Cochran .1(1 Custor George Crooker 1'iaak
i otticllJnbnW Cnlliy Kuricjue Carter Qwrge
Centor James M Clancy John Clement 110
l.'b jltester W Collin 11 G dimming James
CregL'er Uauiuel Custillo Jsmes Cohen Lewis
Ciiauiijerlalu A Uhamberllu JameaClllTord Michael
Cuiiway J C ii Marshall Crittenden 8 A
CiilsVm J Hit CoCamronv) G CurtiaHeorv J
Chnamun P F Champion Thoe 3 CobhJ BfcCn
rt.jhill Thomas Ceara Thomas F Clark William
I Urn J.uuesW Calhoun Zudock Clark Charles B
Co'ijw Xbomas S Carle A
. lvUpT ii i ism nuuoae r
Colli'isueorgo
t.'oiiirs James 3
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DriKoll 0 i .
Lwnc n Adsm
DiVftiipurtG
Uui.icvy D P 2
nicrton t w
l.i.inhi.in A B
I 'uuse Geo
Di lver Geo
UKiy .las
Doer II
l):ividson Wm
Cook M B
Coryell F C
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DoTle Bernard ,
DcMilt A V
Duulibine John
Duubin John
my it vt
Clark AiexaivJcrP
i. 'arke Luae
, Cook C G
Donaldson 0
Drak St DelTer
Dourlev Jiimpa
Delsei,LouuCu
Dora n lch
Downing R
Button Robert R
Denney Geo B
vay jonn
Dwyer John
DlUenhivPcH
Drary Patrick
Duffy Pat
, Dawson William Duaenberry 8SH
uayiaiiu iwian I 31
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Ejston B P dd G W
MmerD E - Kclclea John
i IWHrtlsDA Ells WW
taub J M Eisln:(er W H
Tarwsll A 0 k Co Field Jos
Farmer B U H Frnton J B
FouurCIuisL Fisher Irsae
Korvueriy D FranulUno
FiahorDaul " FrieherJ
t'ranelaco Geo W. Klanlgon J B
Fay Poter - Fay Capt W fi
Kgau JameB G
Ellis Ciias
Edwards Aaron
Engel John
;''',! i
Felhelm Solomon
Ferris Willis D ,
Ferrell X B ',
Fox Wm F : ;
Fullum T 8
Fye Wm
Foss Chas
GetsChasB
Glaamuier B F
Hf) A Ml '
trt.n Chr.a J
Onn:i li Myers
fluun CcLhai.G Green Ja
. Graham Aliijah WGralum Isaac J.
Gift Geo
OoodWrlet Jno
(IruvRarnenterGreeDeJ H
GolwlnfngolU'lluert Jas .
"iTfv otur.n AnhnrGodard Jne
Grorer Marshall Gilllveri Palk
'ttltjertM Gibson KobtH
Uurg". It
Hu d C fl
IlaleAJl
Harriott Df
HlmbelC
Hack 0
Ulbbard AO
HumaselO
Henry k
IIosmO
Goodiu Jno
Gallagher Jas
Gorliut JosG
- uillisjaujno
Qleaaon Michael
Grim Minor
Gatliea 11 r Wm H
Gibson hobt H V flntae Win H
Ge,Wm -jrPaurau thus
Hennessy Ri
Horner Dr A J",-
fTsmlotTl
" liaslemiin I
Hunter H
HartH
Hoskins J F
Uandrrson J -1
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: MolmaaH S.'M.,
HennessO A
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Ilellitock B
HolbrookfL
UolstelnS.
Holltngswvrth 8
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Hunter 0
Hodges 0 R .
Hvurs
Hrrell 3
HuuUrG V3
Howard 0 W
Henry S J
Horton D H 4 ,
Hawkins E R
llarlemanBW
Hannah G
Huiihea J
Hale J
Hard man F
Jackson A D
HollmanWTT
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Hope 8 A
HuvinsW 1
Hays W
Hunter W B
Hutchlns W 8
HusaeyFrot Z
Hopkins J T
Hughes Henry
II.wsJU
nopalnsJ
Uafe J a
Howe J B
Hopple J '
Harold Pror H Husaey
HontM A or W tHull H
Hopper M t Hall AH
HaaeltineU B Hall OF
Dopkine L Hamilton 0
HaeeM , ' Harrison B
Initial
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' I and J
Jackson Dr B
Johnson J B J
JosllnEM
Justice J
IngolesNP
iibuvub l
Kalley Martin
Kelley Bernard
Kays Charles
Kevpler George
Kehan Joseph
Keller K & Rrra
Kennedy EdwaM KneffP
KeS Patrick Keboe Thomas
Resting B A Knell William
Kenedy Wm Nash
Ii
Lyons Jamee! Lewis John H
Lebklches MichaelLuties M
Leguereux Leon Lared Lewis
Leech Roswell Lyster W N
Lathrop A W Lack Charles
Leenhart 0 F W Lucas '
Lyons Dan Lawless Dennis
Lannts James u Leroy B A
Liewis rr vr
Jackson FA
ennlngs Joe S
Jamison Rer M P Jones Robert
Jenkins Lewis o Jeffries w it
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Kelley Dr A
King Barney
Knalton & Co
Kennedy John
Ruhn Jnhn .
Keever Lafayette Kwhler I II
Kennard W
feller Joho
Ing Marlon
Klelnmtn V
Kenning Henry
Keicey ixarauer
Knight Thomss
' LyleJohn M
Ley! M H
Lee Norman
LundyO has Hugh
Lawson Andrew
Long Clsbom
LandbuTah J W
Lingan William
lpplncolt Ram B Ld4 W E
Lambert Thomas Langfcls) Thomas
Luti Saiti.eU
Moore J M
Moore Russell
Morris 0 8
Morrison J
Morrison J D
Siller ft Bro
illerOH
Miller TT
Miller CM
Miller Geo
Miller Wm
Miller TBI
Martin Wm
Mason Erastus
Mason J W
Merrlam DrAO
Mackar Bamey
Megrew C G
Moyer D
Myers Denton :
McClusky Jos
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Mlohael D 0
Monnan F
Magru John
Meason Isaac
Molnier Jacob
Mornan Joe
Miles Dr JO
Marshall John
Moon an James
Marshall JasG
MaloneyJH
Manuel J G
Macks H H
Messmer T
Malony John
Minor Jo'-n
Mullen Hugh '
Malut Jiicon
Sladdox John
Madeler John
Maci
McOomas II G
McCullyJaa McCannJohnft
McCormickWO McCoy Rev T J
McConnick J W McCarthy Thos
McClellan W H
McFarlan 8
Nelson 0 W ' .
Norman OH '
Northwocd Ihos
OgleBF
Ofle Aries
CDonnellOF
hiley J B
Orr JumesM
Peters Jask Co
Potter F M
l'vueGW
Pugh J M
Patton J F 9
Perkins U E
Price W R
Putten Wm
Phillips G W
Rogers Chas
Robert Enoch
Ross Pike C Dr
Richards Geo
Rinule Frank
Bobbins H L
Rose Michael
Ret ae M
Ryan Patrick
nf.i.- nr si sv
McLain Wm D
Newton A
Norman W T
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Oker Joa
OakesJ W
Osliorn Joel C
Owen Isaao
Ogden.J .
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Pyle Alex
PoorDSW
Peter 013
Partell Jus
Peplnel M
Porker R F
Peak Thos
Palmer GW
Phillips Wm J
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Rogers R '
Roberta M L
l: lch ml 'on F Dr
Richardson SF
Rax tr Joseph
Redding Joe H
Redhead M
RohlnLH
ltoorR M
Leonard Samuel
Murphy J D .
Moorman J
MendanhallJS
Maloy J H
Marton N .
Morgan M J
Mahon Robert
MlunardR
Meridetb DrPl
Morgan OH
MarshallOllver
Marehall'W C
MedariaS
Marfell Wm
Mlnear Samuel
Marks SS
MalnZS
MekealJB .
.MenilerG
McKensleJos
McMlllen J 8
McClarrigloJohn
McGntre John A
McGough Francis
Ricter W 0 Co Beer e S pence 0
Bows W U
Royco F B
Smith 0
Smith. It I ley ft
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Smith Adam
Smith Bloom
?cott Andrew
Snenanl U L
Shaw Wm
Slrums Chas
Norbeck John
NesMtt W B
O'Nell Michael
O'Belme T
Owens Wm
Oabom Wm ,
Ogden 8 G
Patrick Choi '
Puater 8 L
Pharcis J P
Parker Jas
Prichard R
Pay ton R
Parker W A
Palmer WO
Rohlneon G
Reilly Edwanl
Klchartlaen J X
Richard Dr 9 D
Rodman Joslah
Rlke Bey Levi
Rawdon M
Kamstlell 0
Rank W ft
Rose Sheldon
Smiths.
Smith A Newton
Smith A J
Smith ft Co
Smith John
Smith J F Dr
S
Shipley Charles
Spear Chas J
Shock A J
Swaney John
Sullivan Gomel's Btratei. Sandy
harer has no i i lso
Smith Tlios
Smith Samuel
Smith Batuuol L
Smyth Samuel
Stmton Joseph
HohooleyJGkCo
Shaw A Y
filww Edward
Stevoison
Stephenson a V
Spjngler Dinlel Shannon Robert Stevenn Asrery
Strnnir Lnolns
RntrlfM!r GaoreA ULrlekAr Pater
Shrink Frank ft Bnm i.ann tV m J
SprinraHiinD SantyThos StewautHC
hehnlAiiWm HtnerL Aleurder SLanton J F
nodgrs Wm H Shinkle A ft V Silent J Bart
S'lndors Thos B Sunthe Chiis Shepltjr Joseph or
RrUThnlI AetLlf. Andrew John P
Simon Thcs ' yiogerNemlehftOaBtap John
Smiley Ssmnel Sheen Jolu) F
Slmotis&M Clelonoutharu J u
Shakroot Harry somemll
,r..r, HnhlWm
Stabler Jonatlian saloidiin F ft M
Thompson Dr J A Twyiiian B W
Ti omson n a
Stowe Wm
Sawvar S B
Somerville 1 bos Sherman ft Adams
Hnyuer Aioenu -Sykos
Oh'M
Thompson Hans
Thomas W L
Taylor F A
Taylor S
Taylor Wm .
Taylor Edward
Taylor Joseph
Taylor Hawland
0 thank Cbai L
Ttncent David
Van Etonian S
Wheeler R H
U heeler Thos
Walker Geo
White OR St Co
Williams J fc
Williams Geo
Williams C C
Williams J T
Wilcox ft Gibbs
Wolff Chas
WymannChas
Woodworth A 8
Warlaad J
Waters J M
Warrington 0
Withers John
Woodurd Jama
Whedon Wm H
Tonae James
TarMz Hiram
Turaan Joseph
TeyoJW
TrlnbleH
T risen sa John
Taake Henry
Traynor Mich
?nixey My lea .
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Tutlow A S
Tew G W
Tilling David
Thayer E
Tuinblels Dr 7
Traut
Tuohy A
Tlmmons Henry
Tsite t J
V
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Vaughan David
Vsugluin N F
W
Wright Wm
Wilson J J
Wllann H
Wnll, Btepheni cwartleii uoo
Oo Weeks Edw
TOr.ndrnn Clftf WateraFl-ailk
Warrencher Ben Wlnr Edward!
wise Joho it
Whetwn H B
WhilworthJobn
Watiler Jos
Vills Lansen .
Von Boris J ft C-
Wyette Geo A
Wallers FA
Wood Bbenezer
WillLimjon WS
Wilrm Wm L
WrVBt Jaa
Wllkiue Henry
Wildes M L
Wing Richard
Wreghit John
Wymond N R
Wooda RevJVl
Woodruff Wm
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Young James B
Wriiht Wm G S
Wlnlarren J G
Wny fare Jas K
War Lawrence
WLl.m Mich
Wocds Roliert
Wood Stephen
Yates W J
GENTLEMEN'S LIST. J. L. VATTIER, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
Bailey Mary
Boulden Jesse
Baraer E A
Brown M U
Boyd Mrs E A
niuron J j
AgeeWm
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REMAINING IN COVINGTON FOST
OFFICE December 17, l9:
Arnold Miss I Arnold K
Allcott E
Barge Miss X
Bene Miss J
Heute Thos
Bach George
Batcher Mrs R
Bsldea Patrick
Corton Peter
Clark M E
Centra J u
Dolman
Dixon Tbes
Evans 11 las M A
Foster T J
Gtvans Harg
utiijie rrnt
late Jas W
Blair vv
Buraohlag 0
Bloomer J H
Bsaman Wm Q
Hloeay J 1
Carman Mn C Q Cain John
ConnelMr CorlitonBF
Carpenter Mlsi E Cballant F P
Hopkins J W
ItHhhdrfl J H Hauill
Mannaford WftJMHambrlck V
Corrigan Wm
uunn jonn
Davis Thos
Elklns Lauder
Fell John
Grear Ann F
Gundelfager J
Ulatt Elisabeth
Haugh
Huwklna E W
Jpnes Kluabeth
Sort H
Lee Wm Jr
liUdseard J R
Lloyd Jane
Martin .uary v
uorg n aiaria
MeadJ
Norton Mich
Paine Mary Ann
leynolde Mra P
.obertaMissL
Hathawa 11
james a
Dougherty Miss A
Durham J V
Dryer Henry
Flannagan J
FarrellC
Say ton John
Oroaa Sandford V
Hopkins Jane
Hill Ellas J
Hughes Sal lis
Jones t
June wm
Kentucky M L I Kenroa H L at V-'
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Uobinson J w
Hiflnun Garret
.itoutMrs
nemple Jaa A
Htanlev Joshn
Comuanv
Lote Geo
Leek Keapheart
Messie .lesae
Merrill A
Mulinue Cith
OliendorfDr
Penny Slllna
Roberta W H
Rogers Mn Mary Hose Mrs Patty
John son
LnrkinJU
Loner B
McOasn Ann I
L E
Nixon James
fayson J R
Patterson Rob't
Khorer Geo
Reed X H took to u J
Suyder Philip Spencer Miss Elln
runre isempie Aiexm
nueau j no w
Smith Sheldon
Thomas Dr Jos T Taylor Mra
TaylorJos Taylor Fruucts
W aymonil Rich WinderMrs A A
Webber J Wallace WW
ttley Henry - Youtsey Mrs S
Persons for of these letters will please
SUay Misa Margt
lupmauMlsr-MC
Thompson Mrs
Thoropaon Margt
Whitsey Palaey
Walker Henry
D. HOLT, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN THK NEWPORT
IX Post Office, December 17, IBM:
Ballard JF Bates Miss R
BelvilleRevBS Bindley Mrs A 8
BiggsMlssJ Bayer S
Baker Mias M BrayE
Cornelius Miss H Cavolt MrsO
arrolMrsSJ Cooper Thos
Berhman Miss L
Brown MIssM
Buckley Mlsa H
Baauet t T
Carlton Mr
Curry RJ
Clark Mrs A L
Dunaeathe Mrs 8
Eaau Miss C
VrenrhG N 1
jriemini Mis M
Clark Mr A
Vaiitel u
Diets Mr
Emerson Wru
Farmer!
Gates Harry
floasen Mrs E
HurrdMrsVW
Uenea Fr
UaworthMrsJ 0 Itastlna' Jamee
Jones WroV Kemper Bobeit
iliari
Ocore J W
Oeonhcgan T
Hall iff
Hughe Richard
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CativGH
Clark JM
Inris Mias B
S.lliottJP
ritchJP
Pordon J D
laaaaiway M B
SlolcomOH
Stay Mrs Jessie
Hay John .
nt.TT-i.l.I,
ikeefe Mlas Nellie Leonard Michtel Leon.
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iMartln Wm Marfell Wm
Moore JC . siom oe Baran
Nelson 8T ' NeeleMrsC.
F arson Jno W iricxicman ueo
Perry Capt Bami Porter Mlia M 3
Reif Joaevh Remms Mra B II
Simmons Mn D Shmka Mrs Mart" Score Thos
BekeltonTholT"'FandelrsWM ' "Thels Miss A
rtGeo
Morledge Samuel
MorseCharlerA
Morris Geo W
Nock Edward
PeeulcaMissM
Ollinlen John
Hadclltr Mrs C M
Baudersna Adam
i
Tilierhan K
VickersMriET
Wagner Mi sE
Wearier Jolin
WoodardMlsaO
TuebAr Mra M
Vanvlnkle Jacob
Worcester Henry
Walla Wm
u Idaa W
McC leave Kobt MclJaniul 8 B
McOlureJ U McLe.uylrsE
Smith SI orra Smeailt Edivard
Thompjon Ml
vaugnn uo
Wicker Uliaa
W heeler Geo
Wirthlln MrsE
JlcCormsik B
SraltUEdward Smith Julm
CmithWrn
he PoaUomoa la urien on Snrulav fro:
Jtlellush Ja
cvuiipj iiiiiu iniH tin v
i nine till
J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
THE OYSTEB TRADE.
O.S.MALTBY
OBULBM-
FRESH OA1V
COVE
nVHTF.HH.
Spiced Oyiteri. (iy
FIL'KIiED OYBTBBtl JS
TflH SUBSCRIBER 18 VOW MOOTr
ING DAILY, by the Adam Vx?r MALT
BY'B world-renowned Baltimore
Freih Can, Keg and Shell Oyiterr.
.aLao
Fresh, Hermetfeally.eald COYB, BPIOUD
PIOKLKD OYSTERS. '
EOBERT ORB, Agent .
7 tf Depot, U Wast Ftfth stmat
ITIE8H
OYSTERS.
OAVAQNA'S
Oyster , Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-8TH.BBT.
THK 8UB80BIBER IS NOW BEOSIT
I NO dally, per Ixpr, hta sslendid Oyetrs.
mi ftiaiids. "and
lost DELICIOUS
wild ataa.n r mean Ism ir
the most extenslv scale, I iu at ji nm uunoi
theaeaaon b nrepared so furnish mr frjands. "uii
the rest of mankind,'- with the most AiaJViOIOlisi
BIVALVES Imported to th Queea Otty. Mone but
the very beat Imported. Great inducement offend
at this Importlnii-honse. :
urder etoiloiLea anaprouipiir uueu. iwni.w,
senlUt
PKTER CATAUNA.
Bole Importer wd Proprletot.
OYSTERS,
TODD'S OLD STAND,
OYSTEUS which 1 am selling
0. 80 SIXTH-STREET, IAMRECEIVj
ING daily, SETH'S UeleDratea mamaiuijj
Kits which I am selling at unprecedented
low prlcie by case or doaeu. Dealers nud Famines
wanting a very large, fresh Oyster, will please send
their orders. Attached to this establishment Is a
nloe.aulet, respectable Saloon, where yon can pae
Ovate Uooked In every strle. and ""red UP in s
clea i an J superior manner. Chi
other place. . loolOJ
barges 'eaa than at an ji
J0HN11AJBN.
THOS. SMITH'S
BALTIMORE
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
OYSTERS,
Depot, 03 eycnniore. street, opposite the
National Theater.
E. C. SOCKING, Agent.
ALBO-Dresiod Fish and Gam; fresh and ewaet
Butter, Ac, delivered at all hours, free of charge. .
Ideltf
Fine, Fat, Fresh Oiib(
Mttjjnum Bouuius, at bU Wboleaale and Belall Oyu
ter Houafte
253 253 253 253 253
WA I .N UT.STal EKT.
OoM Flftbduor above Sixth, west side.
J. FARUOW &, SON'
riELEBRATED BALTIMORE 0TSTEES,
reciitved dally by the Adams e.x-
All Oysters sold watTute4 fresh and of
the very beat quality. J. B. OWING8,
Agent, no. il rmu-aireei, m.. lusuu ,
ntd Waliint-slroet. .
N. B.- Tbe trade auppiled on the moat liberal
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
IfM.SAiTl'L SILSJBEE
17.rJPli:CIALLT TREATS DISEASES OF
Sli taK SKIN, BUBUMATI8M, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and such Chronic complaints as maybe
beuetltted by the fljgeuio and Atmopathlo syitem
ofhlsoBce. '
Vapor, Sulphor, lodlno, Aieeulo, Mercury, Tur
kish, Rnaslan and Eleotio-Cheialuad Baths, a Dls
penoary of Medicine, and airy manner of Eleotrlo
and Magnetic Apparatus.
NO. B7 WEST SEVlNTn-STBICHT.
suTOrBcehenrsisA. M. to 8 ul-tr
E. S. NEWTON, Mi D.
Offlce, 60 West Btma'th Street,
nrnrin vrni ard tuoi.
106
O. E. NEWTON, M. D.
Orrica Me. M West Seventh street, between Vine
&nd Race, KtsirjfWOB JNo. 5J Seventh atreet, he
wen Walnut and Vine. Orpins Hocas 7M to SH
A. P - l!t,asl P. M.t Tt V. M.
not
WM. M.: HUNTER.,
DENTIST,
399 Vlrte.sjtref t.
J. TAPT,
(Successor to Knowlton a Taft.)
DENTIST;
No. Sfl Went Fonrth Ht., het. Walnnt ok Vlu
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
U(34
PURE AIR!
New.ModeSof Vesitila ion!
(.Ml and Mi e On ef
SAWYER &!OnS
PTEKJT.-;"
Heating and Ventilating Furnaces,
In oei.raMon at
CHAMBERLAIN Sc, COi'S
Stori Ware-roomi, No. 61 aed 68 Vine-it.,
Sawyer & Co.
fnoCay)
J
J
ANOHOB.
Coal Cooking Stove.
i
AWABDEDrTHK EILTIB MEDAL! "
I '
"-AT THI
STATE FAIR.
field a Zaueavllle, October, 1859,
MANUFACTURED BY
IJILWRLM & CO.,
i SAMPLE AND BALH.ROOM0,
No. Sit and 58 Vine-it,
(Second door Below Colombia,)
C1INCIN.NATI. OUIO.
notcml
Book Binding
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, NO. 8 EAST
Jl Fourth -street, tweiiMlaandUrcamo', ('ID'
clnnatl. ,
sWat-blndlnjr I evary style, tfnaia Books neat'
ly and dusrablj bond. . V, 'JBOl' rU.
frlMr) ... ..,;
' - . ..:: i.'f
I
tun
MISCELLANEOUS.
$30. .$30. $30. '$30.
MOORE'S
Tlirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stltoh :
FAultLY SBW1NQ MACHINES
BarjUKED BI BICKMT LETTEB8 PATENT.
THIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO
KOTJNOED by all eompetent Jndee. whe
fiave seen It. to be th best and most dealrsbl Fm
ly Sewing Machine ver lntroduoed, renMIe
rprioel It will w all kind of family goods,
from th. very thickest to th very finest fabrft mad,
and usee all kinds of thread, from No. S to MO.
N oil I need on t ef tie M!i,,i
fhnd for a oircnlar. or call and see It In operation.
OIBUi
i oircmar. or can ana
ly
...
AnsaergBtlo person oan make a fortune In a abort
Urn.. AaTenUwantedlnUunsoldl
' Bclen4esolnelvagentfortheOnlted8tate,
aepltflnt 98 Wesj Fonrthtre.t, Cincinnati.
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T. & S. i). DAY & 00.,
. - Mannfaeturers and Dealers la
PRINTING PRESSES,
.. (BOTH H AMD AND POWEB.)
Am! all kind ot l'rlnlln Tluterlal, no.
ixa and 177 west neeono-mrw,
1 CINCINNATI, OHIO.
UlSx-ECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
sTi ... mnntT. .runnicTt. Within the last
eighteen months we have Introduced them Into four
teen different States of the Union, with th gretet
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power Is
applied to the center of th platen i consequently
there is no possiouity os its spnninu " t
amount of pressure.- The motion le so transmitted
to it a to oanae a dwell en the point of cutset with
the formjlnrarlna- A PEBFEOT 1MPBE6S10N at
Prftter in "'Sant' of the BEST JOBBER should
not: purchase elaewbera without Klvlng this an ex
amination. They are atrong, durable and rapid, and
are WARBAKi'ED to (tve tbe most entire satin-
facMon.
noa
M
ADAMS ELLIS, M; D., HAS FOUNP
at last inat what the Ladies hare lens needed
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warrantee to core an uis.
or a uterine nature; inaammation oi mv
Wnnih. Hi. Rtrtnova. tha Ovaries, and the Urethra.
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb, rnlnful Menatru
ation, Ohloroeia, Amenorrheai In fact, a nerfeot curs
is guarranteed by the use of from two to flvs bottles
of the Elixir, ot any dlaense whatever of the Gener-
mtlwa anrl TTptnnn nmnTm. nf mikle or female. QS
matterof bow long standing. 1'rico Jl per Bottle.,
J Madame klsjIS
following. Card or o
gists of Cincinnati
oalls rartlonlar attention to the
Card of one of the moat promlnont Pins-
To th Public aim tHi Labim ih PiBTicrjua.
We, the underpinned, are not in the habit of giving
our name to Patent Alediolues; but knowing well the
Lady Phyetclan, and the medicine called the Ctnrlne
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all remain
.offering from Female Dlseasea of any kind; it is
purely venatable, and In no cne oan do Injury) wi
an; to all try, and our word for It, yon will ttnd re
lief, p. D. BILL, Dmeglst,
aepZJ "Corner of flft b and Bace-etreets."
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
LATING OOTJGH AMD LIVEB BALSAM
curee, without fail, rains In the Breaet, Back,
Side or Llube; Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty of Brcaiblng, Headache. Flatulency, Heart
burn, Chronio Bbeumatlsu, Billions Choilo, Cramp
Chollc, Griping Pains of the Bowels, Dnllneea,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and in Pain
ful Menstruation it la a certain oure, and gives
Immediate relief. In any of the above diseases
it will give relief In twenty minutes, aod a perma
nent euro by Ins useofiwo bottles. OulySucentf
per bottle so cheap that eveiy person oan got It.
. B. For sale by F. D. HILL. Druggist, corner
of Race and Flfth-stsketa; J. D. PARK, corner of
Fonrth and Walnut; SClRBI, JICKSTKIN A Co.;
corner Tin and Fourth! JOHS DICKSON, corner
of' John and Sixth; PAUL BKINLKIN, oornr ol
Eighth and freeman. Also, EDWABD SOANLAN
A HO., corner of Main and Fourth; and Madam
ELLIS, 144 West Sixth-street. sep27-ay
II ALL'S PATENT.
nPHB MOST RELIABLE FIRE AND
JL BOBOLAB PBOOF BAFESi They have liven
mnrl aRtlnfWotlnn than in. other now In nae.
We offer a reward of ONE THOIWAND D01
I.ARK to any person that oan, up to the present
time, a now a single Instance wherein they have failed
to nreeerve their contents.
Witb this SAFE we challenge all competition, aa
being the beet Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and are willing to
teat with any etabllshment;iu the Union, and the
party falling first, to forfeit to the outer, the mm
affi.ooo.
- We are prepared to furnish a better Rafe, and nt lesa
cost, tnan any oiuer manmaorarer in ine uniteu
State.
; eecoi
i Wer
111 em l took before purchasing elsewhere.
ind-hand flafea of other makers, also on band.
werespectrully invite thepubllo to call and exam
ng'J-tft Nos. 1 and 17 East Columbia stel.
Vlt B. DODDS,
Fcnnrlf of Hall.Dodds A Oo.jlsU UrUn.Dodd A Of
W. fli. Doddi & Co.,
uDTAOTUBa or TBI
OONORSITSI
Fire and Burglar Proof
S A F 3D S t
B, w. Corner of Vine k Beoond Rtreeto.
Thla la the moat reliable I1R1 AND BDnGT.A
PROOF SAFE tlAtt 1 made In the United States.and
is warranted perreciiy iree n era oamp. uau oe aoin
at lower prioes, and ( of better workmanship tban
can o loune eieowuere.
We have a large aascrtmentoa band, and are
ternuneq v eu at price mat cannot inn to please.
Old Sales
Taltea
way on
ibange. SSOOND-HAKD BATES al
at eyreniQjy itiw ppoe. . nm
WAB RANTED PURE DEODORIZED
.COAL OIL.
W8 ARK SELLING THE BEST AR
T10LB of Ooal Oil In tb market at
90 CENTS PER GALLON,
And art wholesaling at
Manufacturers' Prices.
HeHENRY & CARSON,
1M MAIN-6IBEXI, BET. FOCBTU AND FIFTH
Ideliawl
SADDLE, TKliKk AND ltAtotaSB
MANUFACTORY.
109 Maln-tr.set, three door above Third,
fr EKP ON AND AND HAKE TO Ofi-
.SB.J.
DEB all k ods of Horse Traunlnva. In thn h.i
ano movteuosianuai manner. Also, a large aesort
ment of Horse Blast eu. Whips, Carpet and Leathei
Baits. Bridle Bit. Bottaio Bobea, Valise (tbe real
ole-leather), Mall Trunk, Sponge, and a large as
sortment belonging to this Hue. 1 will sell aa low
as tu lowest
i D. B. CAKEICK.
noI-ar
a rr
INSURANCE.
BY STATE ATJTHOBITY
jp'SW
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
' sw-AmraesUbllshln01ndnnatllnl18,Bn.
tedating ll present looal Insurance Companies and
Agendas In the Insurance bnslness In tills city. J.I
year constant duty here, eomb pod with wealth, ex -nc7en)rjrle
and liberality, eepoolallr com.
mend the A5T11A Jnsuranoe 02nyiSll1leI,iT?.
ble patronage of thie commnnlW-Jtandingaolltary
and alon. the sole survivor and Hvlnf iloneer of
Cincinnati underwriter of 1849.
L..-. 1V."?SS.,054 ft PM
Cash OapitalSl,000,000.
ABSOLUTE AHD UNIMPAIB1ID.V WITH A
lURPIitlS OF 1,030,433 80.
And the ireetlg of 40 year sucoeas and exeseno. 1
IHTMTMkirrt OF
Over $100,000 in Ohio Secnritleg.
UPWARDS OF 81 9,000)000, LOpMS8
Have been Sid by the 35tn'a Insurance Company in
tb past 40 year. , ,
TlM B Inland Nttv1srtlB.-Bllks Morld
at terms consistent with solvency and fir trpflts.
Eamclal attention given to Insurance of Dwellings
and Content, for terms of 1 to oy .
Application mada to any duly .othorlaed Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance bnslness, this Company 1 enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past ano seounsyivr
tbe future. P liclee Issued without deUy by
JAB.' XI. V limis, Agent, no, au mmu ..rrv..
A. r.PATOi'. Assistant Agent. ' ' ,
B. K.LlSlD EST, Agent 171 Vine street, j..
J. J.H00K1 I. AgenVynlton. 17th Ward, ant
WESTERN INSURANCE COMPANY
OF CINCINNATI.
OFFICE IN THE 8E0OND 8T0BY OF
No. 1 Front-street, between Main andSyqemore.
Tki. jiM..n .i. I u L i n it irtrA Inland and MrkHne
XUIB WIUau, w wb.us - " . -
Bisks at ourrent rates of premium. i. :
xioe.ee lain, anjuoMHi uu piwiui".,, r1"
niRKriTORS: "
T F Bokert, F Ball. B W Pomeroy,
WUHam Glenn, WCWhitoher,, WO Munn. . ..
Robert Mitchell, w H uomsTocx. lmj oiune,
Kobt Buchanan, OG Shaw, Geo 8 tall, i
Wm Bellow, Both JSvane, i n xaane,
David Gibson, II Bracb,man, J 0 Is ham, .
tl uiearwaier, i nos n a.111011. -
1. r. afaaai, rimnicui.
SrrPBSH Moiwti Secretary. nos ,
Fire and Marine Insuranoe.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
' OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
DIHECTORSt .
William Wood, . IsanoO. Conelen, ,
James . Oiiunlnghans Sydney S. Clalk,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joseph Beak Ir I, '
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. Flalier,
George K. Dlxou,
1SAAU C. COPELEN, President.
GEO. W. opium, Secretary.
.1 A.M. BOSS, Survejor.
t. mmmmiI , fiuma Polletes on Fire and Marine
.0 K ' - . . . . . i nri.-x n' 1. 1 ,
k ska. on tavoranie terme. umoe no. a nui iuipj1
etreet. Trust Oo. Building, noabfin
National Insurance Co.,
Clnelnnatl, Ohio.
(Office Boath.weat Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marino, Inland Transportation and
Hire AisK
TAKEN AT CU11HKNT RATHE). .
DIBECTOBB:
John Bnrgorne, K M Smith, Bobert Moors,
KID ri.pWUriU, u rwuul,i
F X Wkdeuier. Thos On, S W' Smith,
JLBoss. Tnos B Biggs, Henry Kills.
H. U. UilMtll, oeo y. JNU. Bunuiiina,, rrea.
nogbfm P. A. Spriobaw, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
CAPITAL 8150.000.
srfcFFICK NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
f SDKKS against Lose and Damage by Fire eleo:
Perils of the sea and iniana navigation.
DJBKOTOBS:
wnnain sesor.
Chas.W Rowland.
John W Dudloy, James A i'raeer, J W Canfleld,
r wooorow,
Jno.WHartwell, Allen Collier, Wfllli
John W Bills, . Jarnea Lupton,
BMW Taylor, A 8 Wiuslow,
HIUW,
SWllllems. li Mcblruer, . Bowman J Baker,
JOHN W. 11ABTWELL, President,
G. W. Wrliams, Seoretary; noi
I'lRE AMD 3IAUINB. "
Eagle Insuranoe Company,
- - OF CINCINNATI. -
' ' J. W. GARRISON, President.
8. W, BICDSB, Bevretary. . .
Diatoxona Henry Kesaler. Anthony Fay. Wrui
Wood, J. W. Garrlaon, Samuel H. Taft, George V
Townlev. Smith Betts.
BCavBVOBB d. bavuirsns iavia oaaer. uewar
ai:.i-,oo' "1 . ". atfeairi
1ik1 i(tsv nuiivonddfl no not hjciuojio jsj
tjeejii-sjjtnnioa pa ioj-tuia uoq 'a &
"00 2 HHMVH m 'JA
iionoff pne tanisnw oiqwi joj '-oy 'Sniiien
nioinSnmofj aiosoej uo 'ouinoM inma saeo
niu jepun pu leddu qioq conou jnoretfunuj-arr
NOW DNOHIS NI iO. iHi 'SaZIS.H V.
"inn xiO-OTuir
H0OriiO! UOII!
WHB OUTCALT ELASTIC HE.
JL TALLIO HOOFING" Is offered to the public
as tbe best und oheapeat Metal Hoof now nsed, it
merits tested by an experience of years In thla olty
and vicinity. Applied to flat or ateep, old or new
Dulltuuga. Kosoiueruseu laateneu securely wiui-
iqt exposure to sue action 01 tne elements. -Prenared
aheete. boxed for shlnment to any Dart of
the united states, can oe applied oy any one witn
rainary meonanicai earn, vruors promptly uuuu
JylB-tf
II VtUCl" If VMAJJfciJ ,
CALDWKLI, 4 CO.
lu weet oecouu street.
MAOUINE-MAU PAPER
BAGS, for Grocers, Druggists, Tea Dealer and
sper.
Wrapping and Manilla:
Others, made from extra quality ol
puiaanu vnue leai-nceri
, v s),wu no. i
'j,oeONo. 2
JiXi.Oou No. 3
200,000 No. I
a,O00No. s
ano,oixNo. 8
JUO.MK) No. 10
aw,i0Bo. la
JOO.OOO So. 16 ' 1
, w,oooi. la ...
jno.ooo No, -atw.ooo
So. ;
JOUOoSo. 1 White Tea Bags; ' ' -m,Ho.
2 "
xi,uoOMo. a-
The above are put np In packages of 000 bags each.
UTa avsk nittmitas.vfrni'lviiV fsvim aalvrt sv ti siaiiatiaW.ftTA
thufud Bugs ptrdnj ji
t v f . t sl. ttr a rfi at. ant wv
eoa
. Paper Bag Manufacturer, ,,
And Wboleeale Paper Dealer,
n and It Walnut-etreet.
BONNETS,
RIBUOIVS,
FLOWEES
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, whloh I am selling at a smil
advance on New York prices, wholesale and retai;,
J. WEBB, Jr.,
no - W 1A4 Fifth-street, bet. Bane and Kim.
GANDYI CANDY
CBaeoeesorto MitMAlo,) ' '
Manuractureri ami Whol'taU De.Hr
' -IH-
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
40 NAIN flTRBRT, CINCINNATI
: : ' ' mw
HOLIDAY QOODS.-We h&ve jaat re
ceived a large supply of new Frolts, such
Flats. Prunes, Natural Peaches, Pineapple, Bleak
berrlee aud Strawberries, assorted Jellies aud-Jaui..
Preaerved Fruit. In endleaa variety i delioate Old
Fort, Blierry, Madelia and Cbampagne Wince, form
ing the largeet and most complete assortment
" good thlnga " erer offered lu tha city before. For
sale, wholesale and retail, by ' .
a. Mcdonald a co.,
deli 86 and Branch Store 39 Weal Fourth-at.
WM. h7TIaIIWIN, ATTORNEY
AND COUNStLLOB AT LAW and Master
Commlaloner of tha Superior and Common Fleas
Court... Bank Building, north west corner of Main
ad I'klrd-streeai. mm . wf,-
'";
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
LAFAYETTE AN CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
RAILROADS.
. ,t .... nnt fietwee n Olnclanatl
S U9 D.vn.
- and inicaajo. it
fivnnrTralnsleaveOlBMniiatldaUy,rrBl '
tbefootof MIll.ndFront Jtjreets. '
ronnecti'wlth all night train, out of Chicago lor
the West ano pionn-weet, 'ti. . ""17
lie with trains for Torre Haute: also with lent
train for Peru, Loganaport, Fort Wayne and
ledo. "' . " .mw-., .
dommooatlon arrives at Indlanapolia at l:l P.
making direotoonneotions at inuiauapon. w. uw
tayette train for Decatur, Springfield, X aple. Unln. :
oy, nannioaiana ot. josepu.
7 P.M. Chicago Expreaa arrive at Ind1anaoltg
at M:1S A. M., making olae oonneotlon at Chicago
with all moraine train ont of Chicago. . .
Bleeping oars are attached tq all tb night train
en this line, and ran through to Obloago without-7
Chang of oar.! .' . . ''
Thisi exclusively a Western and North-weetsrn
route, and with favorable and relitbl arrangement
with all oonnectio road throughout th entire
West, guarantee unusual oar and the amplest ao
oommoaatlona to tb patrons of this line,
The Company's exclusive xeiegrapn juine is usea
when necessary, to govern the movement of train. ,
and LoughrldgeV celebrated Patent Brakes, are a. ,
tached to all passenger trains, by wlilon tney oanae ,(
perfectly controlled; besidoe all tbe other modern lin '
wnmnunl, niiuwuirf Snr the romtfira and aafetvo
paeaensors, tUo managers of this road have liberally
provldod. .
omoajng-oar. on tui. uni, . . -
ar Be sure yon are in t he right ticket bffloe before
on purchase yonr tickets, and ask for tloket via :
iBwieuwiumi auu iiinwui.iuii.i
Fare the same aa b r any otber rout. Ba trass
ohecked throngh. ' ' '
thhouuh 11UR.BTS, gooi until usm, ean oe on--talned
at the tteket office, at Spencer Honse Oorner
north-west oorner Broadway and Front; No. 1 Bur
net House Oorner; at the Walnut-street Hons, and
at Depot office, foot of Mill, ou Front street, where
sll necessary infcnnatl.in aiay be had.
Qmntbnsos roa to and froi -oh train, and will
call for passangorsat ail hoUU and all patts ol th
bi lea vlna address at ell iroitlc.
w. a. u, nuniiOi
noil 1 ' 'ii 'Qeuera.1 Ticket Ageqj, .. .
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
SIX DAILY TRAINS LMVB THI
Sixth -street Depot.
Trains run through to Cleveland Sandosky, To.
ledo and inmanapuiia witnuutcuangeoioar.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, north,
en and foHh-weiternclll.
li A. m. THAin nor usnimofe .
HIclimond.lndianaiKills, Lalarette, Chicago, and alt
Western Cities. Conuecta at iiiolimoud with V. and.
0. Itoad for Logunaporl.; also connect at Hamilton
for Oxford, .to. , ,
1,:UI a. ill. TRAIN-For Dai ton. SMlnineltL,
8undusky, Toledo mid Chhssgo. This train makM
close couoactlune with al) trains leaving Chicago the '
sauio eventug. Also connects at uneNA roa uo
LVHBue; at Belled) ut al no with B. and I, It. TL, test
and Weal; nt Forest with Pittsburg, Fort "Wayne and -Cbloago
Ballroad Kaat and West: at Clyde with.
Cleveland and Toledo Ballroad trulnt ler lllevelandl
aud Detroit; at Dayton for Greeuville, tinlou, Win.
oneater ann aiuuciu. L ' ' 1 '
III A. ill. K.IU'ltKSSTKAirc-J or Cleveland
via Delawaro fur Dunkirk, CulTalo, Boston, Nov
York, and all Kastern clllcs. Also connects al Crest
Hue for Plttebuigh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and all
Kuetern oitiee.
3i4U P. 111. TilfilN-Kor Hamilton. Richmond,
Indianapolis, Terre Haute aud Salut Louis; ion'
neotu at Hamilton for Oxford, Ave.
5i30P. til. THAIM-l'or Daytou, Springneld,
Bellelontnine. Lima. Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and.
an points in usnaua. ucnueoieut cciieiontaiuewua .
B. and I. B. It., East and Wost. .,
lliSO P. 31. XPH R" TRAIN-for CIev-
laiid via uoiawaro lor DnnKirK, ininalo, jiosioo,
New Fork, and all Uaetern cltlea. Also, connools at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Kastern cities.
aWTho nlRht Kxpresa Train leaving Ctnolnnatt aft
ll!SOP.M.,lesresdniljrxorpi SarVRUars, All otber
trains leave dell; ixokpt boxnaie;
For further iuforniatioii and Ticket, apply at the
Ticket efHcos-north-eaet rorner Front and Broad,
way; Mo, 16V Walnut-street, near Gibson House) at
the new Ticket Ofllco, on the west aide of Vine-street,
betweenPostolncu and Buiitet Houiejat tbe Walnut.
Street House,or at the Sixth -street Depot.
nol2 P. MoI.AHEN. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Thico Trains
Daily.
Two Through. Express Trains.
,
FIRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT Id
A. M., connects via Colnmlius and Cleveland;
vla ; Colnmbtie, Steubenvllle and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Crestline and 1'ittaburg; via Uolnm'
bus and Bellnir (Wheeling). Also, for Springfield,
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal stations.
HI':C01 TUA IN Columbus Accommodation
at 4,411 r. M. This train stops at all stations he
tfllnAlnna.i ...a ,Vlntl.. .nil nl.w.l.iti.rt anil
Spriiigtleld.
TlllUD TttAIN Night Express at MiHO P.
M., connects via Columbus and Bellalr(WbeellnR.)?
via Oolumbu. Ureatllne and Pittsburg; via Colnni
bua Steubenvllle and I'itlsbnrg; via Cnliimhus ana
Cleveland.
This Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla '
and London. SLBKPIHGOAUS ON THIS TBA1N.
awTlie Day Kxprea runs throngh to Cleveiuntl.
Wheeling aud flttaburg, via Steubenvllle, without
change ot car.
The NIGHT BXPEE8S Drain leaving Cincinnati
at lliilOP. M., runs dally, except HATTJItDAYS.
The other Trnlns run daily, except SUNDAYS.
For all Information, and Through Ticket to Boa
ton, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton, Buflalo. Niagara Fall. Dunkirk, Cleveland.
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Kastern places,
apply at the OWoea, Walnnt Street House, Mo. 4 Hur
net House, south-east cornor ol Broadway and Frost
streets, aud at the Eastern Depot.
Trains ran by Columbus time, whloh Ii eavan min
ute faster than Cincinnati time.
J. DTJBAND, Snp't.
. Omnlbneeecallforpaseengers by leaving direction)
at the Ticket Office. noH
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF CABS.
.,
Two Dally Train for Ylncenne, Cairo and -ft.
Loiiu), at IMk. M., and 7:30 P. M.
Three Dally Train for Loutavllle, at T:l A, M
JilMlP. M.,and7iJflP. M'
One Train for Evansvlllo at 7:30 P. M.
The Trains connect at St. Louie for all point In
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Quincy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlcksbiirg,
Natvhut and New Orleans,
One Through Train on Sunday at 7.M F. M.
ItLiiasiNa Fast Line Leave East St. Loubt,
Bttudaya excepted, at 6:90 A. M., arriving at Olnein.
i nan at who r. at.
I Uxphes Taaia Laavo East St. Louis dally el 4:0
, P. M., arriving atCinolnnatl at J5 A.M.
) FOB TH BOUGH TICKETS
loan points west ai.u soutu,pleaae apply al th
otliees, Walniit-srrco t House, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No. 1 Burnet llonao, corner cWce,
jwrlh-weat corner of Front and Broan way, Spencer
Upuse Olliie, and at t ho Depot, oorner Front aud Mill,
street. W.U. CLEMKNT.Gen'l.Snperlntendnut.
. Omnlhuae call for pasHengers. 1 ooai
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
as
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V LsAAJa
TRBBB HACTIL
iJaxaVm'FTB, .:
........ OaiqAGO.
TWO BA1LYTHB0C8HTBAINS leve8li?u S
Depot, at ( A. M. and iiSo P. M.
trAMBiPBh8B.-Throu8hdJreot.ma
oonnectlon for all other Westorhand North-weatern
points. THI Train also connect e ltlohmond with
CinclnBStl and Obloago Bead, fur An del eon, Koko.
gojbogansportVaod all point on Wabash VaHay
situ P. M. lNniANAPnT.ru rmifiAfin srrj
LODIS NIQ11T XXPBESS.-The above Trains make
elose conneotiousat Iudianapoll,LafayotleandCbl.
easo, w tin 't rains for Terre Haute, upnugneld, UocR
Island, U ales burg, Kenosha, LaUrveae, Jackeonvllle,
Danville, Hnrllngton, Milwankee, Mattocn, Naple.
Galen. Qnincy, Prairie do. Cbien, Pans, Peorle.
Galena, Qnincy , Prairie da Oblen, Pant. Pcorlji,
Drtnlelth.Haelne, Deeatnr, Blootntngton, Jotlet, La
Salle.Bt. Paul, and all towns and oltlee la the North
West. . ' ' : '
-Through Tloket given and Baggage oheokel
fhroogh. . - ,
ror runner iniwrnauon ana i nrcugn xieaets,
ly to Tloket Ofilce. north-east oorner ol Fiont and
Iroadwer: Mo. 16 Waluut street, near Fonrth! at
oath-east oorner of Fonrth aud Vine street, or at
fMBl"OW"Dr.rBOBBOW, Hnparinteent.
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