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'THEIPBESS.
HON DA Ymmwni
i-tJANUARY 9
Advertised Letters.
erAU letton advertised are subject U en ztrt
charge of one cent. Persons calling (or them will pleue
MOM prepared with the necessary cJuwje. '
No. 35.—December 31, 1859.
LADIES LIST.
Adam ton Kiln ' Allen Mlts Emily Angon Miss
AnnstrongHarrletAllii Miss Mollte .
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Bnbenrer AmellaBlggerElljabeth Bell Molly H
Ball Mrs Ann BUstman Blleae Baker Maggie
Bo wen Amanda Billings Harriet? Ball Mary
Blake Cordelia Ball Harriet Beatty Mollis
Bakar Eunice Baker Mn J A ' Boeekier Mary
Barrett B S Bonell Mra Eat Barnei Mollle '
Bogts Emily Beavil Mlsa ,, Butler Mra Marg't
Barlow Ellaabetk BarthalowMJ ' Birch Mary J
Blaue Malmlo Bryant Kachael ' Boardmau Mrs M
Bailey Nida I W SBradfonl Hautel Bccket Suatn A
Booth OT Butler Sabrlua Bristol Mn W II
Bally Mn Satan
Brown
Brown Mn AO Brown Miss B Brown Ml Ellen
Brown Mist M Browns Mist L ,
Ootaman Un A
Coral Miss A.
Chtplo Un ASS
Carter MImP
Carstang HissBG Coulen Mn A
Cue Mra MS Croghn Mist f Curler Mn Mary
UonleyMrsH . cotton airt j . orosxrove MaryA
CuneyJullaA Casey Julia A Cassidy Julia .
Corrldan tlena ChriHtleMtsal - Campbell Julia
Oroget Mitt at Cooraba Mary Connor Mitt M
ConwellNraSA Casey MrsMaria Carver MlsiO
Creager Sarah ClaypoleMiasN . , .
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Clark Mitt W Clark Mrs a . Clark Mn Sarah S
Clark MnB A , ., ,
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Dltenger Miss M DrnddyMnHM Douglass MrsO
Duncan MrtM DeOourcy Miaa J Dennett Mrs 0 I.
Darling Mrs 11 Bay Miss Jennie t Dnelle MrsDenia
Donaldson MnSJ Bolton Mrs . . , Davis Miss E B
Day Miss VP Darby Mra DunlapMrsMB
EglestonMrsM Elliott Mrs HA RigleMrsE
FnogNancy Edwards Miss A Ellis Mist
RransMissS , . , , ,. .,
Frost Mlat A ; . loiey Mn Happy loiter Mra Marian
FellowaMiatO Fisher Mn JO ,. Tairchlld Mollle
Francisco Ural Fry Mlts Llizle ' Friend Miaa Mat
French LydiaL S erguwn Mij M fiUgeraldMn
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Granger Mm C Gardner Mini H Gallagher Mra M
(lildou B 0 M D Gregg Mn John MOilleven Margaret
Good Mlsa Annie Gregg Miaa Mary Gillen Margaret
Glhbona Mary 2 Grabhara Miss M JUeorga Mil N E
Guilford.MissII E2()rogan Misa R , (1 rover Misa T J
Uanl Mn SHI Gardner Mn S ' flood Miaa Annie
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Hudson Miaa A HandersonMnO VHayford MrtH
llanly Miss A E Hall Mra Carrie Lllilton Harriet
Hedrick Mn Annllorn Catherine Hnber Miss H
llawkina MIssB HundleMiaiK , Hioky Mitt J
HlneeMissB Hannah MnB HerveyMnJaa
Harden Miaa J Hutchinson Ellsa llayden Mn Jan
HudnutMlasM F SHanley Ann Henry Miaa Jenny
Hornet Mlts MB Hartersmlth N J HlteMraKl
HugheaMlaaM Hunter Miaa PO Ilennon Mn VYm
Henry Mist MaryHarley Mn V A
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Jones MnB A Jeffries mn J 0 Jesaos Mrs M J
Jones MnH Jones Miss SI , . .. . ,
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Krott Caroline Kennedy Hits 0 Kampers MnB
Keelcr Mn Edwin KinneyGeorglanaKendall Misa H
KayMnJamet KriegMimMH KennetMrtMJW
Kerill Mils Mary Kinney Mra R D Ramping Miaa 8
Kerr Miaa Sarah KinoaidMnS KemptonMrsM
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Lawson Mrs Alice Lewis Mra AblgallLewls Mrs E M
Laven Elizabeth Lawler Ellen Lewli MiasGenett
Lord Mis BB Lynch Harriet Lancaster Jnlla
Laird Mn J LiminyMlaaL Lockart Hits M J
Lewellen MiasM Leonard Mrs M LongSukla
Livingston Susan Lynn Miss S M . ,
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McKee Miss A A McCraolien MrsL HcKentieMagB
JlcNell MraE McCune Uisi Nan McCabe MlaiM
McCoy Misa 8 -
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Mean Mn Martin Mrs Ellta Marshal Miss H A
Morris Angelina Morgan Mra B . Mitchell MrtK
Maddox Mn Ann Moor Mlsa E ' , Mulford Mn K
Macy Miss Amy Madison MrsK . MeaderMissML
Murphy alias 0 Miller Miss F Middleton MariaA
Mordowns Miss S Moore Misa Sallle Moosx Miss Mark
MawsonMnS MayhewMisiM
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Nicholson Mist 1 Newlen Jane Nswland Miss S A
Nye Mn Susan Noll Mn Ada
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Oscar Annie O'Brien Bridget OrneUrsBB
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Partella AWIn P Porter Bell ' Pembertnn C 8
Page Lew PeltonMaryA Phillips Nellie
PlumerMary F Pinney Sarah Pike Jane
' Qatrry Jane '
Ransom CatherlneRichairdson B N Keddy Bllen
Rose Harriet M Keves Mary Roarke Margaret '
Reidy Margaret Ray Mary . Rogers Molly
Robuiaon Polly ARogen B RwnineSAa
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Stewart Miaa . Seymore Mrs H H Spenoer Mrs Kite
Sieve Miss B . gcholy Btuma Stark Misa Kate
BhutltMlsaCn Shearer Mn H M Snead MnL A
Shepard Mn K B SiUly Mrs Henry Snowden Miry
Sands Elianueth Springer Jane Htone Mn J 0
Eedam Mary Sherwood Fannie Settlemyen Joi
Swisher Mary SiruverMraR Stewart Mary Ann
Su lliran M Sognel Sosamond Sax ton Susan
Seaman MnSP
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Thompson Mrs A Thnnton K H Trontwine Jennie
Taylor Elisabeth TewesMraOT ThomatLidda
Tuitadis Carrie ThomptonE Temoleton Mary
TrueMialeCJ Thomas Franeet A Thomas Mary A '
Thomas Jane Theoman Sue Tlnebeck Rebeocs
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Vrnniard MnLncinda Vanduzel Miss Mary R
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Watt Mist Ann D Williams Eliza 3 Wheeler Misa M C
Williamson A B Wilson Mrs Geo D Wheeler Marin
Wolf Columbia Walter Miaa Kate Whalen Mra M A
V reeker MisaBO Winterhalten il Weis Mn Sarah
Webster Sallle A
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Allen lmaW
AtlieiSin Ed
Allen D V '
Aaline Prince
Arming ft Groin- Alcott It Horton
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Annul Louit
Abbott Thos
Arnold Fred N 2
Adamson Rob't
Aitkan Thos
BeanmontkHol- Brasher B P
lingsworth Bates And J 1
Button ChasP Boyd It Co
BergarA Burton Chas
Bradley OB Burr AG
Bliss Francis II BarrUeoW '
Bauner F X Bowles Frank
Baker Wins Barnes R W
Bailey Geo W Bell D M
Brockmanjot ' BallanlJno
Benson Jack .on Breen Jno U
livers Jacob Brooks J W
BirneyJaa Bennett J G
Bolton Br Jas G Bracklnnd H 8
BeachumJas Blair J P
Bishop J as W Balch Issue D
Benoist L A ft C Burrort N
Bhtmenthnl M Bepsinaer M'
Bailev Leonard fi Barrowes R J
Burn ham it gey
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Blgler Albert
Boyd k Hoffman
Barton AC
Brake Geo ,
Bnms Danl
Berheimer Gen II
Braumsten MY
Bates Jos
Bntler Jas '
Bolemsn Henry
Bowers Isaac W
Bowers Jno I
Burkhart Harris
Barnard Norrit
Bonnan M '
Byrna Lawrences
Bnrrowes Wn .
Bishop Win H
BalkaWm "
Boushey Stephen
Bromley Wra A
Ballard Banlay :.
Baldwin I Co
Brown Wairen H
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Burns WmB
BierFH
Bnlrd Win
Bound m
But 'er Edward
Brown Bradford
Brown Jno It Co
Coleman Chas
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Ball W II
Beat S P
Budd WO ''
Butler Stephen
Bott W 8
Baldwin G E
Brown CU
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Calhoon John Chancy Wm R
Coffee Hnmnhrev CAiiirhlln Rnmuel
Carey Abraham
vropper urown uooiuig jonu uiaraiA .
CallettDrC Coffey James Clark Wm
Cherryes Chart , Cannon J Rk Co Clark a H k Co -
rnTllllaA ChtuiiiJuA nnlr A ihort T.
Casey It Mitchell Carson Isaac Cook Marcellus 8
Craln B F
Campmln Henry Cook Harrison
Cox & Emerson
CulverDrD
Cherry Geo W
CopplnDan'IO
Convene DO
Corner David 0
vaTinHuan in sjiara Israel'
Conway M D
Clark Walter .
cnizs Lou It
Carter Michael
Comings L
Chapin Lorenso
Clark Thos P
Collins Thos
ColllnsJaSi
Cooper A '
Campbell H A
Campbell A
OnrrJas
Church Wm .
ChllesUco
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CasswayDav'dO Child Sain'lR
Carle John H
OollettTliot
Crane Henry
Oarr John 3
Duflncr k Co
DwelleB i .
.. Dean J L
.. Danner John
Seuniton M R
DvnalaonPat
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Davay Rich '
Duncan Rob't
Hrwin Chas
Erlckaan 0 P
Evans 0 M , ,
Elliot CU '-'
Ence Bdw 1 .
UhaneyWm
Caswell Wt
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Dooglut John
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f. DeibleJohn
Drake PH
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DrauiBeldH -Derivan
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Dilley Henry
Daley Michael
Davidson Alex
DerlganThos
Davu B
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Evans D V
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BdmondtonR
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FowletB :
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Kraut 0
Freeman Joseph
FIiherBdward A Trammel John .
Foster J H Foulke Levis ,
Finnan Lawrence Flagg Asa 9
Fitzgibbon Pat 1 "orce Captain '
Franc Tlientlnm Tlshae HrnvnlnV
ferritin jas a.
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' Fay WmB Fither Edward W
. , Frampton Thoi , Finch George
risuer J
t'loronce 8 F Farrell Thomna Tern GeA C
fountain Joseph Freeman Samuel Fairfax Charles
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Garret Amrtel
M ' Gonlea A J
G.niner Andrew
Ge.'hartEmil
GI.-tM. Joiienh
G region MagnnsOnves Chris
Glaaer Baiter Ganta A L .
Gaakill Ethelbert Gray D 8
Gbal James, 11 GaUmaaliaao
uuoeri wotiaq uoddaru H S
Ooyslnger Dr J8 Grodard J A 4 ..A .Gifford Jease 8
Orcen Jacob Green J R Guild Henry M
fleerin John "
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Godew LA"
Greraer M J
Givin Minor
Orillith Lewis
Gleeson Patrick
Grtnnan W J
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Gracev Cantain M
. Gilmer Koliert
Gioce Richard . Greer TI101R
Gage Thomas ' OlnenWorJ
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Haverhill
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Hunt I 8
HillUW
Hopkins Frank
Hughes Edward
Hill Anthony
Henry B J
Hart Geo
Hutchinson B A
Holtey JasM.
Humphreys David
Hobbs David
Hill Geo W
Hathaway I
ganunondOO Hennessey J Hoagland John H
opkinsHFB HaileJameaB HouttonJ R
Hudson James W Holmes James 0 Hoakers John
HaaotlJ HabiiifJQ . HanenJohaB
Hendershoot J W Hilt H 85i2Sv
Hopkins Houstin Haley H Hobbook John
HlfbMSsJO UeltUrerJ ' Heokrotte Moses
HaHer Henry Haggerty RobertHill Wllllani
Howard Reuben Hatch T . Hambrlck Wiatt
Hepburn W . Hamrirk Wyatt Hanly Theadore .
Haynea William H.ll John . Hall k Spears
Hall OF , Hall Joseph HallDrBK
Hall Biah ' , ' '
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To the Proprietor of the Cincinnati Golden Visitor
....Layer's Railway Guide... .Editor of the Red,
White and Blue... .Index Office... .AIM '; . ; ,
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Johnson JaiL A Jones John D JnnesML
Jonei Henry Jones Perry I ' Jar roll Thos A
JetaopThotl Johnson George Johnson t M
Jones Ermann Johnson Ool John Jackson B A
Janny Henry Jackson HenryJI Jackson John
JarvlsHB tl . Jettriat WhU i t ;. . ,,
Kenkel John 0 Klnm per James Kress J ' ,
Ketls Henry ' . Klngsley John. Kehow John
Kerdolff John A Kendall HH . Kimmlck I bonus
Keenan Thomas Kenkel OH Kylins Ferdinand
Kunts George Krapp Frederick Kemper DH
KnappG Kortley D Keller Daniel
Kleiin J KinkeadWm ' Kellar Wm 0
Kelly Patrick KlngJosiahB King WM H
King Lewis KIppartB Koeb
Ktinball Lea Keuney Patrick Kinney Sherman
KennorWmB Kenned yWm N ,(
Lammart Arnold Lackart F -1 Lyme Junes
LindleyCMS LeC lane Geo H LagonJohnA
Long Charles LinperGeoH Lyons James J '
LouisCbarles t LlllliJohn Lloyd JO . .
LytleBU .. lJuieJi' , Leiteruenry
LippertF Langtry Jas V7 Lyle JG
LewiiD It 'Lewellonry LuabyJohnR .
Luck momas Lyncn i-atncK
Lawrence I H It Lawrence T 0
Co Lent Michael
Long Wm Law Peter
Long John
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Lewis 8
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Moore ft Reel Mullen Prank A Meyen Henry JT
Moore Jack Marsh fleo . tlammohn
Moore Roberts Marshall Edgar Morgan James!
Moore TM ' Magnire Francis Monnunnett John
Mullen Francis MayforeJasO Moore W W
Mnbarry Geo ' Mulland Mlouael Moon Michael
Michael Jacob Moody LR . Morris M
Morion John It " Mlnner Richard Miller G W
MathUs Henry B Maynort R MlllerGWP "'
MunahJohnR MoranOwen Maaon John
Marck James Mulholland T P Martlnus Thomas
Manne John Martin James Mecklng H B
Martlceal WH Martin Charles , Meyer Julius
Meal Wesley. Martin JasM - MahoneJOx
Marsh Wm K Martin Henry Murray Jas A
Merrick Wm R Maguire Chas S Morran John
Meruei Joseph . Murray CH MunnDrC
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McCoy Thos J " McKeal JB McMahen J
McCracken Wm McLoskey Mlehl McNeil John
McOlusky Joseph McMlllen James McDonald J
McGaBertyGW MoIrfOdJohn McDevall
McGoy Hamilton McLean Alex'r McDowell James
McOrearyJM McKensieJas - MoGronule Jno
McClain N W McBain Daniel McKeal James
NopperCyrni Newell Harvey "Nierlh Henry
Nichols Dr Newton Jas 8 Nalebua Wm
Nehus Englebart Nobbe J H Nealey T P :
Noble E B Newman John P '
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Ogle BP OrrJW Orr Wm John
OrcuttGeoH OttJohn . Osborne Bolomon
OgdonF Ott Philip Orr Thos Lewis
O'Leary J O'BrltneTatriek
Pogne fc Morrli Page Charles ' Preston A D
Payn Charles Plymacy Cyrus Petit Elnathan
Price Geo Price Edwin : PhemssterDH
Porter John Polly Jamet ' Paul John
Phelps J Erwln Powen Joseph Paul Langdon
PatcaenRM PaullRWftOo Parks Samuel
Prine Thomas ' , Pickslay Wm Page 1 L
Post Simeon 8 Peterson TB& CoPatterson Wm
C3 Quicl)avitt
Reed Bland ft OoJRafache BlanchlnlReynolds Fred
Root D RuckerGJ Rote John H
HeedJsmei RocklilllWH Rao Wm N lelieth
RegaslV . Reeves WQ RosecrantlWm
RaylLP Randolphs? Riley Edward
RilleyKdmond Riley OT ' RomD
Ross J T RotsOtodenl Rick erO lark eft Co
Ray land J A Remley James Robertson L D
RUienour Monroe Redkey Martin 4 Reed Philander
Keid P 8 Roberts Evan J Roberts Daniel
Robinson W gonRogen WmH Rogers Q B
KlcUrnsLD Belly E J Rosebiaugb J Jr
Hern pel H RosebroughJowesRockenfield J A
Rente Joseph RoyanJohn
Smiths
Smith Samuel L SulthJoe Smith Henry W
Smith WH Smith Osmand 0 Smith H G
Smith WmH Smith W Thos SmithHB&Oo
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Salter Benjamin Shepard H L Scott Alexander
Sanford A Q Strong James Scott John 0
Sumner Dr Spencer J T Scott WB
Sandford B 8 Spencer T ft Go Stow Samuel
ShauseGeoW Stewart RO Shaw A B
Soowden E W Stewart Edward Shaw Joseph
Seymour Kllsh Stevens Eben J Shaw J D
Simmons Daniels StephenasnHiramShepherd 0 A
Sheldon 0 Frank Sutton John W Solomons George
Shu Its J B Sharp John G Mtoddard David
Stanley James Bchlekling John Shis Henry
(pear John M 4 St John Henry BtackunJohn
Sweeney Michael Bt Button John Stabler Jonathan
SandersonNelionsSimmonds J BeunJohnS
Stanton WM Stringer Minnie Stanley James J
StoweSS . . Simani Knbt , Samelson D
Sample 8 B Snyder Wm Sandford B R
Swain WmM & OoStoms W P Sparks Fred P
Sominers Rev Wm Spangler Sam Savior N B
3 raughn bamuel Sands Samuel Sweet ND
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Thomas Mathias Thomas WLNH Thompson A -Thompson
Fred Thompson RP Taylor 8 L
Thompson H D Taylor.AUen &CoTaylor John '
TimmsCWJ Tyner Charles Tucker Dr
Turpin E K Thrall E W Torchuwo H
Heme John ,
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Vincent Geo Jr Van Be Walter H Van Emon S 3
Vincent Daniel Vlllard Henry Van Lear 8
Van Ness KG Vice Milton Vanwerth Peter
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Walker John Williams James P Westoven Allen
Watson Patrick Williams George WeldonAlden
Ward W R Wilght Thos if Waston Clinton
Waraer Gen 0 Wright William Waddell A
Weaver Wm A Wright John Wooderd B
Weaver Charles B Wright Lncien B Wi i. & White
While W McLinn Wilson) Payne ft Wind, Simpson ft
White Hamilton Oo Oo
Williams CU Wright ND WalerDr
Williams Thos Wilson Peter WoodleyNed
Williams J IlenryWilson A J Wafers U
&0o Wallace Alex Washburn R
WllseyPD Wiley John Bt Wylie Decatur
Wetmore George Whiting Dr WaityNoahW
WoodElisha Waller R , , WadeMD
Wolver Daniel Wilts John Waters R 8
Wills G J : Wooden Dr J L WynneWRW
Woodward HL Wagner Henry Woodward RF
Whiting John 8 Walter Henry Wallace W ,
Willow James , Worland Jerry Wood Wm I
WellshearJW Winder J W Worth Wm !
WiUUmiWmM WiaeM WeddleThoiP
WilliamiDPS 1
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Young Jacob Yancey Lee
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J. L. VATTIER, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
IN COVINGTON POST.
REMAINING
OFFICE rJeoember 31, I'M: ,
Wman Eliza Anderma V:.ry A Andrews R W
rxruirtbruiiK n jDrwKoian r. jsoaweii rf m
niacaweii 4 nremati I'
Buckman Mrs R
Banks J T ,
Coleman 0 '
Real I Robert
Brown Mn M
Bradford Anney
Brown R
Carbery 1'
Canton B F
Comens Mrs A
CralaMmA
Conner K
Oulbertson J 0
Jady U 1
Ooppln B
Crammar Lizzie
Connady O
CoughlinO
Donohoe Mary
urawiora w A
CutamlngsT
OhamberaW
ChalfTantP
Davidson J
Uallins MnS A
Uowling IS
Dunkard W P
Dupuch A
Vlnley Robert
FallaWm
French
Foster Mrs
noasey V
DouKhe. tv MistM Dudley M
Kwart Mary Everson Mn M
Farrell Cllieled FreyJohn
Farley Mn Ann Fan th rep James
French J H Farrell Mawhen
Glbblns Miss Kale Gesney F M
Uramn Stephen D Giffhem F
GraffnitMnU G red t Peter R
HartryMissAB Hunt K W 1
Howell Mitt L nail Mra Sarah
Hayman U Frank Horbor Jane A
Gray Joseph .
Hothschalk 8
rioiaen 'J nomas
liannen J ft T
Hewitt Mn B ,
Horn Charles
Kerr Miss 19 A
joantoa nits A funnan L'WIs .
Kerr MnS K lisle v John
Karlin Peter
Kentilnkian TLA l.anrlpw Pa.vlf.lr
Lynch Mlis MA Lowryjohn Mocky Roseberry
ucuuire niss iv ticuin Henry MooarJ
Martin Mlas M W Morrow J W Morrison Mn
Morris Miss M Morton MnH Morgan Mrs U
Mulled Miss B Morgan Mn J W Marshall John
Morris MiasO Mlnnett Garrett Merry W Mra '
Nolan Mrs Jane O'Brien MnB ' Price Macke B
Pummel John Patton Thomas Poor J fc Co
llrieLO Patterson John Pendleton W A
I'restonWm . lUggi Master 0 1 Rieker A Mrs
lloe Mn Annie I Rice Piedale Reorden Mra M
KiechlnMissFS Rowpe Joseph Robinson Mra M
Rowland Geo B RlchardaRevCALBmaller Miss 1 1
Hhauklln 0 8 Sweeny Mrs E Skiff Miss A
Sullivan Patrick Schoettler Henry Smith fc How
nowJG , ShoertleJohn Scott Wm
Skiff Wm . . Thompson MissP TInsley Charles B
Tolon Miss J 8 L Trickier DA . , Tobin Miss B 1
WorkleyMnB Wright Jno Wilton WH
White MnL A , Ware Mn Mary Williams Bltsha
WestTF ValleMnO
tr PosUfflee opens Sundays at nine A. M.. and
loses at ten A. M.
W. D. HOLT, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN THE .NEWPORT
PoitOfBce, December 91, 186:
iilashford Mrs D gayliff Mn Edith Belville Rey 8 8 1
ilest Jacob . Bradley John OrouohMisaM
ilhalfantFP ' Cuniiua Jaijr Oorneliut Harriet
Dnnlan LuetndsS T)av .amVttrt
DwyerDenlsJ
lilffertJohn Everett RH
riicbelberger Jos Fox Martin
Fleming MrlR Gilllson Wm .1
.ley Mist A GoldingWra
Hynes Cstherlne Hardegg Wm
HaymtndRD Hays Patrick
.lack Jno Kerlin Joteim
Eicnerjonn
Pitageald Pleasant
Golden Francis
Huston Mlts L 8
Hernnan John
Helm Hiss Harriet
: Kerlin Joseph
Kinseley Mrs B
Klrtley Mra AO Kearney MrsO
l.earv John
i,ewn vrm A
Mullen John "
Miller Mra M
Ueeks Peter
Morton Mn TP
iIoDonalrJMnR
autreman J
O'HsrraMrtB
I'urcell Thee
Iteriiien N B
RoasMiss Julia
clone R W
St Clair Wm .
Thomas Geo
Wicker I Ilia
While A A
Martin Simon 1
Miller Peter
Molridge Joseph
Moore Saml
MeOonnick John
Neale John
Osterhouse Henry
Peters James 1 .
Robertson Wm
; Bees Thos O .
Sarver P W
Sobe Mr
Thompson Wm
VIckersMraE
namii u w
Miller MrsO J
McOmy Wm
MlttenrlllerL
Nax Ellen
'Brlen Kate
Pye Hannah
Randolph W T
Shannon M "
Smoot 0
Smith Borah M
VickersMiasL
Wurnar M A
Wooden Miss r
wagner Mlts b t Welsh Patrick
While Mra al
Wade J B
i'otomoa Onen On Sunibiv from tulf.nut ntna till
J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
BUSINESS OAItDS
DoOR.IiOCKS
R. R. CAB AND-" SWITCH-; LOCKS,
; Door and Qate-Springi, '- f'
V HOUSE BELL MATERIALS, -SILVER-PLATED
DOOR-PLATES,
Bells rfuBg.' Keys Fitted.
' ' The pnbllc are respectfully Invited 'to call and ei,
amine the various patterns and prices. All Jobbing
promptly attended to ' ' . .,
, , OBOBGK MoOBBGOA, ' .
nolens ' No. 13S Flftb-street, 2d door bom Race.
3
A B. COLVILLE,
v Bl Wannfltetnreti" , ".
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No. 41 Bast Beeond.street, between Sycamore sad
Broadway, Uiactnnail, keeps every description of .
Ueunter Platform, Cattle, Rallraasl Depot,
and Track Hcal TracliVi ,
Iron Waaonai eVo. . :
Uepalrnidonson the shortest aotios." , nol4
B. KITTREDGE & CO
1134 MAIN STRUT, OIN01 RATI, 0. ,.
KITRiDQIet FOLSOM, ,
it St. Oharlei itrest, New Orleans, La
Iraaortera fGnnacV SwortlBs) Apparatas,
. aid uiiLigg m ecu f oynig. '
RAILROAD HOTEL,
(rronting the Steamboat Landing.) ' '
Morth-eait corner Broadway and Front,
, ... CINCINNATI, 0. ; ,;.
R, Fs LKVi:niG, Proprietor.
: ' : toc7cni '
H. CA.MPBELL& CO.,
MANOFA0TUKEK8 OF BAR, 8MEKT
aud Boiler I roa, Plow Blabs, Railrou (pikes
Kto. Also, Aleuts for the sale of Irontca Sum haili
Warerooms No. 19 Bast Second Street, Oio'innat I
Ohio. - '
SMrAllkl til Iron made to order. 1M
XliGJWDEUT JSYL,
C LEANER OF 6INK8 AND VAULTS,
J No. 9 Blxth-etreet, between Tine and Haoe, In
the Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may favorhim with their patronagecaurplyeapunc
tuality and low prices. : apl-ay ,
Money! Money! ITJoacy!
loan"opmce.
Kemovetl fironi 00 West Hlxtk-atreet.
MONEY LOANKDON WATCHES, JEW
BIiRT and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at No. 171 Tlne-itraet, IwlweeB
Ifourth and FiXtb. W
P1II1ADEIPI1U
Dining and Coffee Saloon,
NO. 81 IIFTH-8TRIET. 80TJTH 8IDX, : '
(Near the corner of Tine,)
C. L. VICKK as, Proprietor.
Oyaters and Game served in all ityles. Meals stall
hears noloro
u. r. elias'
Kew Wlioleale
WATCH & JEWELRY I10USB
18 West Fourth Street
Where oan be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a mnoh lesa price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered in this market.
QIVI USA CALL"
And see for yourselves. en it
WM. WH I TAKER,
- ' JEWELER,
Ho. MX N. K. Cor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betwttn
Walnut and Tine, Cincinnati.
A good assortmentof BILTKR and PLATED WABIL,
. SPKOTACLS, etc. kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Gleaning aud Repairing
Watches and Jewelry. mylu
BEO.GS SMITH, No. 0 West 4th St.
4 RE NOW RECEIVINa ADDITIONS TO
:jL their large assortment cf Watches, Jowelry,
Silverware and Diamonds.
A fine assortment of Plated Tea Heti and Cutlery
ud Opera Outsaes. ZU
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
DR. SAWL SILSDEE
ESPECIALLY TREAT8 DISEASES OP
THE SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and such Ohronio complaints as may be
benefitted by the Bygyenio and Atmopathlc sistem
of his office. '.!!.
Vapor, Sulpbnr, Iodine, Amnio, Mercury, Tor.
klsh, Russian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Ills
pensary of Medicine, and every manner uA Electric
and Magnetic Apparatus. ,.
NO. 97 W EST BEVKNTU-BTRBBT.
eHT Office heart A. M. to aqljl-tjt
U. S. NEWTON, M. D.
OfRoe, 80 Weit Seventh Street,'
iirwuir Tma ab tuoa.
106
O. E: NEWTON, M. D.
Ornoa Ne. 90 West Seventh streot, between Tine
Mii Race. Risidkkoi No. M Bovonth street, fce
ireen Walnnt and Tine. Ornoi Uooas 1 to 04
A. IK '. lto9e f. M.i ttoi P.M.
WM. M.. HUNTER,
DENTIST,
nofl : ' ' " ' ad VJiie-mreet.
J. TAFT,
(.Sneceeeur to Rnowlton & Taft.)
DENTIST,
f o. 90 Went Fourth St., bet. Walnut dV Vine
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
sep24
ftfADAME ELLIS, M. D.; HAS F0UNP
AVJaV at last Just what the Ladies have leng need 00
and looked for In vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; lnfiamtnatioa of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, aud the Urethra.
Hrolapsns or Falling of the Womb, ralnful Menstru
ation. Chlorosis. Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect cure
la guarranteod 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 feniale,-no
matter of how longstanding. Price il per Bottle.
Madame KLL1B calli particular attention to the
following Oard of one of the most prominent Drag,
gisls of Cincinnati. . ,,.
"To tub Public 1Kb thc LiDite IB PABTiomAB.
We, the undersigned, are not la the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the Utsriue
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all females
uttering from Female Diseases of any kind; It Is
purely vegetable, and in no case can do injury; wt
ay to all try, and our word for It, you will luid re-
asaS7 , "Oornerof Fifth and ttaoe-stn eta,"
MADAMS ELLIS'S SPANIflH"f IMTJ
LATINO OOTJOH AND T.ITKR Ttl I.SAM
ourat. without rail, pains In the Breast, Back,
Side r Limbs: Oought, Uolds, Hoarseness Diffl.
k ?jl Breathing, Headache. Fiatulencv, Heart-
'""j nuwuuiKii.u,, Diuions imoiic, vrama
Oholk, Griping Pains of the Bowelt, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Lost of Appetite, and In Pala
tal Menstruation It it a certain cure, an. I gives
immediate relief. In any of the above diseases
it will give relief (a twenty mlnntes, and a perma
nent cure by the nsoof two bottles. Only Si ceuts
per bottle so cheap that every person can get It. .
N, B. For sale by F. D. HILL., Druggist, corner
of Race and Fifth-itiets; J. D. PARK! corner of
vvh. ... I... M .7 u 1 .1 11 . . ...I., nun 1 B.1L1 t,t
corner Tine and Fourth: JOHN DICKSON, corner
of John and Sixth; PAUL REINLEIN, corner el
Mgnmanu Freeman. Alio, aluwABU BUANLAN
A COj corner of Main aud Fourth; and Madame
ELLIS, Hi West Blxth-street. sep!i7.ay
J. J. BDTLEB'S
Excelsior Fluid Ink..
Manufactory, a Vina Bt, M
. Holiday Gifts, &c.
WS INVITE ATTENTION TO THU
large and beautiful assortment of FAN0T
GOODS, which we have jnt received for the Roll
days . Bohemian Bottles, Pearl Jewel OasktM, Bo
hemian Gaskets, Pearl Oard Cases, Bohemian Roxoe.
Pearl fvrte-monnalea, Bohemian Pntf Boxes, Pearl
Inlaid rushes, Ac For sale at very low prlcaa.
. . ALBERT BOSS, Drugglit, ' ,
de!3 - 8. W. cor. Klgliih-it, and Western-row.""
Spalding.'a Prepared Glue.
rilHIS EXCELLENT ARTICLE IS FOR
M tale by ALBERT BOBS. Drugglit,
dels B. W. oor. Ughth-e t. and Western-rew.
(THE OYSTER TRADE.
O.StMALT'BY
.-'a 'Jii,ii..DAMBni ... ...'r.i'.-:u
OYSTERS.
FRESH CAX
OYSTEiRS.
Spiced Oyster.,1
PICKLED OYHTBR8
rilHB SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
M. INO DAILY, by the Adams xprss, MALT.
B Y'S world-renowned Baltimore '
?reia Can, Keg and Shell ' Oyiten.
Fresh, HormetlcaTly.aealed OOTB, SPIOlTD a
C10KLID OYbTEUB. . , . ,ti ., '
BOBERT OBR, Agent :
py.tf ! .. Deo,ll Weal rifthntreet
OYSTERS.
' OAVAGNA'Br-'
Oyster ; Importing House,
MO. 31 WEST FIFTU-8TH.BET.
rilHH SUBSCRIBER IS NOWRBOEIV
M. ma daily, per Express, his lolendld Oysters.
Having oompleleu arrangement! In Baltimore, on
the most extensive scale, I will at all times dnrlua
theseason be prepared to furnish my friends, "and
the rwt or mankind, " with the most DKL1OI0UB
B1VALTB8 imported to the Queen Oity. None but
the very bell imported.'. Great inducements offered
atthisImportluR-boittie. . .
. Ordor siollcllod aud promptly fllleif. Termacash.
'. H '')- l'KTBR CAVAWNA, ..,
seplBt-;'- - l Bole Importer and ffoprlfltor'.
TODD'S OLD STAND,
NO. 49 SIXTH-STREET.' .1 AM RECEIV
ING daily, HKTH'B Celebrated MAMMOTH
OYBTRUS whloh I am Belling at' unprecedented
low pricos by caee or doeeu. Dealers and Families
wanting a very large, f ret h Oyster, will please send
their orders. Attached to this establishment Is a
nice, unlet, respectable Saloon, where yea can have
Olillw. ... .1.1. 4 nH
clea 1 an J superior manner.. .Charges leas than at any
other place. , fooioi... JOHN NAIRN.
SUPERIOR OLD r PLANTATION
Depot, 93 8yeatmreatreeti oppaslto the
1 ' ' ' ' National Theater. - ; '
: : B. C.BOCZlKff, Agent.
A LROPwiMft H Vimh rA nAmA! frtwh Anil awAAt
Butter, ko., delWerod at all hours, free of obarge.
J. FARROW & SON'S
JELEBRATED .BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
reoeivea aaiiv ov tne Aaams a.x
brosB Oomnanv. in whole and halfoans
ah uyaters sola warranted treen ana of
the very best analitv. J..B. OW1NOS..
Agont, No. 37 Fifth-street, bet. Main
K. B.-TUe trade supplied on the most liberal
terms. oc2Vm
Day's Medal Jobber.
W. T.tSiS. D. DAY & 00.,
Manufacturera and Dealariiu . 1
PRINTING PRESSES,
(BOTH HAND AND POWRB,) '
And nil hinds ot Printing; illnterlala, Noa.
173, ITS and 177 We.t enond-etreet,
UINCINNATItOUIO.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED
to our MKDAL JOBBER. Within the last
eighteen months wo have introduced them Into four
teen different States of the Union, with the greatest
satisfaction to the parties purchasing. The power Is
appiieu 10 too center 01 inn piaien, consequently
thore is no possibility of its springing from any
amount of pressure, the motion is so transmitted
to it as to cause a dwell on the point of contact with
the form, inanrlnir A PERFECT IMPRESSION at
a high rate of speed.
Printers in want of the BRUT JOBBER should
not pnrchaae elsewhere without giving this an ex
amination. They are strong, durable and rapid, and
are WARRANTED to give the most entire satis
faction. no
HALL'S PATENT.
The: most reliable fire and
BURGLAR PROOF SAFES. They have gives.
mum nntiBiniybiuu .inu nny uumr nuw in one.
Wo offer a reward of ONB THOIIMAND BOI
LARM to ady nerson that can. ua to the arcjent
time, show a single instance wherein they have failed
to prosorre their contents. ., ...
With tbieSAFH we challenge all competition, as
lieinff the beat Fire Prntif. ltnralnr Prnnf. nr Vint
and Bnrglar Proof now made; and are willing to
mi witn any eeiaoiisnmenc in sne union, ana tno
party falling Srst, to forfeit to the other, the snm
Of 12,000.
we
'e are nrenared to Torn Ish a better Rafia. and at Imi
eoit, than any other manufacturer In .the United
States. . ........ i -
aecona-hand Sales of other makers, also on hand.
WerMDectfnllv lnvlta the Diihlie tn flail and .sun.
ineouritocs. before purcbaiingolsewhere. . ,.
angU-yt Hps, lit and 17 Bast Colombia street.
'., Wi -,B., DODDS,,..,,
romsrlyoIHali,rXKldsOo.iUUUrbaii,i)ddsOo.
-W. R. Dodds afcCo., ,.:
, suauTAcmjBijai ot ti i
d ONo XLxa a? 33
Fire Tand Burglar Proof
O A F1DS!
Corner of Vine Second Street.
This It the most reliable FTRB AND BUROLA
PROOF AFB that la made In the United States, and
tl warranted perfectly free from damp. Oan be sold
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship than
oan be found elsewhere.
We have a large assortment on hand, and are de
earmlnad to Mil at srloM that cannot fall to please.
! - Old.: Sale
Takes In sxohange. 8KO0NV-H AND BAFB8 al
ways on hajj at exjTejpsJy low prices. nH
f AKES AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
4-"'- LIMBB in luperlor . manner, ( Satisfactory
bTeferenoes given..- Address ..No,. ly Bycamors-itreet,
0 rner of Front. ; dMO
RKMOVAL. E. OSMOND. M: D,
Dentist, b removed to J7j;VUetrrf. neaf
Vtesth, eppoaite the 6 as OOoa, ooft Mm
. Ki p rlBSi mm
INSURANCE.
r-r-r
BY, I STATE' ATTTEOBITY.
Incorporated 1S19. CharteiPerpetaal
WAgarKiyeitablished in Cincinnati In 18'J9, an
tedating ail present local Iesnranoe Companies and
Agencies In the Insurance business In this city. 3 j
years const ant duty here, combined with wealth, ex
perloiuie,unterprtae and liberality, espaolally eora-.
mend the M TSA Inturanoe Company to the favora.
ble patronage of thli commtmiayetandingsolitary
and alone, the sole survivor and living -pioneer of
Olnclnnatl underwriters of )H!J3 . i
Lesaei paid In Cincinnati dnrlni vast Five
., ,t ..(...VesureptlMiOai ..M
Oash OapitalSl.OOO-000.
(ABBOLUTB AND UNIMPAIRED. WITH A
SURPLUS OF 91,030,423 8a
And the prestige of to yoara laooeei and eapealencs.
.. .iyi8THTi or -
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
UPWARDS 09 814,000,000, LOWSBS
Have been paid by the tna Inturanoe Oompany IS
the past 40 years. .
Fire and Inland Navigation. Risk, acoepud
at terms consistent with solvency and f air prunia,
aVpecial attention given to Insurance of Dwelling!
and Contents, for terms of I to Ay a.
Application made to any dnly -nthorleed Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
imate Insurance iKislneea, this Company Is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the part and security for
strest '
VVE8TEBN INSURANCE COMPANY
. ... OP CINCINNATI,
OFFICE IN THE ' SECOND STORY OS
No. 2 Front.street, between MalnandHycamore,
This Company is taking Fire, Inland and Marine
Risks at current rates of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid.
i j .. DIRECTORS:
TFBckert, F Ball, SWPomeroy,
William Glenn, WOWhltcher, WO Mann.
Robert Mitchell, W H Oonittock, L 0 K Btone,
Robt Buchanan, CO Shaw, . , Geo Stall,
Wm Bellew, Beth Evani, J BTaafie,
David Gibson, ' U Braohman, J G Isham,
U Clearwater, . Thos R Elliott.'
- T. F. KOKERT, President. "
BTirnag Moms, Becretary. no3
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' insurance Company)
'',' OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. ' ;
' ' '' '' DIRECTORS: ' ' ! ' ' " '
WlllUm Wood. ' Isaac 0. Oopelen,
James F. Cunningham, Sydney B. Olark,
Andrew Brkenbrecher, Joseph Reakirt,
Geo. W. Bishop, Wm. Fisher,
!!! r.,- George B. Dixon.
, " ' .' 18AAO 0. OOPELEN, President! '
G0. W. OofSlBK, Secretary.
. .. . - .. . . i A.M. ROBS, Surveyor.
Is prepared to issue Policies on Fire and Marine
Risks, on favorable terms, OHice No. 3 West Third
street, Trust Oo, Building, ' noshfm
National Insurance Co., v
Clnolnnatl, Ohio. .
(Office Sonfh.westOor. Main and Front-streets,) ;
Marine, Inland Transportation ana
fire Bisks .; :
TAKEN AT CURRENT RATBS.
' ' DlREOTORSi' ' '
John Bnrgoyne, BM Smith, Robert Moore, V
Wm Hepwortb, Ohai L lloore, M Fechhelmer, w
JX Wiedemer, Thos One, 8 W Bmith,
L Ross. Thos R Biggs, 1 Henry Ellis.
U. 0. UBNEB, Bso'y. JNO. BUBGOYNE, eras.
noebfm , :, P. A. Spbiobun, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 1829.
OAPITALJB150.000.
OFFICE NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
SURES sgainst Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
Perils of tbe Bea and Inland Navigation .
DIRECTORS : :;
Jno.WHartwell, Allen (Jollier, William Bosor.
John W Kills, JanmeLupton, C'has.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A rnwer, J W Oanfleld,
0 T Woodrow, R M W Taylor, A 8 Wlnslow. :
GSWilliamt, 11 Mclllrney, Bowman 0 Baker.
n JOHN W. HARTWKLL, President,
fl. W. Wiuums, Sccrotary. nog
' FIKE AN l MARINE. , -
Eagle Insurance Company,
OF CINCIN NATI.
, J. W. GARRISON, Prwlden't.
B. W. REEDEB, Secretary, i
Dibxctorh Henry Kessler, Anthony Fay, Wm.
Wood. J. W. Garrison, Samuel H. Taft, George W.
Townley.Sinilh Betti
Suaviiiota-J. B. Lawderand David Baker. de9ay
4J-oo -edtuei
aV4iod m noiBDdd ua innn Jinoa()gj
:iowu-mmnoo na iioa-iua4BSAA "ioo 'a 'N
'66 s hhicvh ;m :ja V
. sJ8iofi pnsouaua eiqwiJOd ''T 'aHIfl
qiof)ni)on -(UBSjosd Jnou 'soniqcnpi intng -uau
una jopun pus jeadn qtoq H'lioi mpaomviwy
&oxi fiNoaitr su auiai 'eszis n V
'siITlff peOtl PUB tuoo
Sumoa pav Sniptnao 0(4vind '
ROOFING! : HOOFii ?
'FHE OtJTCAlVr ELASTIC MeI
M TALLIO ROOFING" Is offered to the pnbllc
as the best and oheapest Metal Roof now nied, ltt
merits tested by an experience ot years ih this city
ana vicinity. Applied to Bat or steep, old or new
bulldf uffi. No solder used fastened securely with
out exposure to the action of the elements.
Prepared sheets, boxed for shipment to any part ol
tbe United States, can be applied by any one with
ordinary mechanical skill. Orders promptly filled,
, . .,i n , i , . . CALDWELL A 00, .
jyle-tf 133 West Second street. ;
3B03XT3Nr3E3TJS,
imiiioNs,
FLOWERS
1 Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every descrlptlonJklch I am selling at a smsl
advanoo on New York prices, wholesale aud retail,
. . ' J. WEBB, Jr., ,
not '184 Firth-street, beL Race and Rim.
O AND Y I , O AND V
(Bncoetior to MtaigeVW.) i".
( '... ...... t -t".y jv , i
kfanafacturerg and Wholtsale DesNr
.1.7
FISrANlJ PLAIN CANDIES,
o tsUilfJSTREET, CINCIJTWAT)
; ' v.- r njii
C. V. MACKELFRE8K,
i iiiaasuaemrsu ei ,r-t
IN, BHEBT-IRON AND ZINO WAR!.
Baklnaand Beldlita Powder Box .a. Tin Hnaai
T
Ins Tube, Kooflng, and Dealer In Steves, No.
rirth-street, Oinalnnatl, Ohio,
ar All kinds f Job Work promptly attended I .
tde7amj - i '1
ORIENTAL KXCH ANGK
m HE UNDBRSiaNED, QAVIN9 REFI?
.ja nu tne ukuub in me inquirer
uunaing, are now prepares to turuiati
their friends with the best Imported
WlnMLienors end Cigars. ,
mm" Baltimore BhiU Oytters terred in
every tiyie. ...... 1
dei-sm' EASTWOOD A BABOBITT
in
OLIDAT GOODSi We have Jut ff ,
. ceiveda larffA .nnnlvnf nnw Frtill.. annh A-
lurs. rninea, natural reaenss, rmeappie, sue
berries and Strawberries,' assorted Jellies and Jan.
Preserved Fruits, In endless variety : delicate 0-1
Port, Sherry, Uadeliaand Champagne Wines, torn -Ing
the largest and most complete assortment .'
" good things " ever offered In IAS city before. To
sals, wholesale and retail, by " .
' A. Mcdonald a co.,
i deli wand Branch Btore m Wist Fnorth-t.
WM. H. BALDWIN. 'ATTORNEY
ANTI linnNHBMAIR AT. LAW and ftlaat.r.
Oommlssloner of the bnperlor and Common Pie...
a TMnjtrets,
N TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
f. E. AJViISOB. BVia.rintond.nL-
rrm srn-i iiiimi n iHus. rte vuMfinv-f
n-. .1-1 A.I T. E
ueinLure. .r neietuineawitnout oeiey pi
JAS. B. O& tTlR, Agent, No. 40 slain
- a., r: rATU:, Atsatant Agent.: ,
. H, k. L1ND BT, Agent 111 Vine itreet. i,
J.J7H0OK1 I, Agent. Fulton. 17th Ward.
,
,
RAILROADS.
Change of Time—November 14, 1859.
CHICAGO,
Great Western and North-western
Great Western and North-western LINE.
AND
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
art IS WTlnfcgllW"
RAILROADS.
The Shortest Uente between Clnelaeatl
j . . isi CMeagjaw i$,jr
Three PsaeengerTrainileave Olnolenarl dally, from
thefootofMilland Front streets. "
6i30 A. Itl.-Chicago Mall arrives at Indtanapolli
at 110 p. M(, Chicago at W:KI V, I. ThU train
connects With all night trains out of Ohlcago lor
the West and North-west; connects at Indianap".
Hi with trains for Terre Haute: also with Pel u
trains for Peru, . Loganiport, Fort Wayne aud TV
ledo, , ' . ,
l!ti4S P. M. Terre Haute aud Layfayette Ao.
oomraouatlon arrives at Indianapolis at 6:1 P. Al.,
making dlreot connections at Iuiilanapolls with La.
BleeDlne cars ara attafhMi ty. .it ,h. t,'iht 4mI,.
on this line, audmn through. to Ohlcago without
eaaogeof care.. . . .J - - .iu. f 77.., .
bls Is exclusively a Wettera.. and North-western
ronto, and with faverahle and relUblearrangemants
with all oonneotlee; coadi throughout the entire
West, guarantee! unmnal care and the amsleat ao
Aommoaations to the patrons ot this line. .
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Line Is used
when necessary, to govern the movement of trains,
aud Loughridge's celebrated Patent Brakes, aie at
tached to all passenger traini, by which they canbe
perfectly controlled; besides all thootber modern im
SKOvements necesaary for the comfort aud safety oi
prtded.' nlael, ?.f. '(!. Wad Ravf liberally
Smoking-carr on'thlillno. '' "' -fi '
SMf-Besure you kre in the right ticket offlce before
Liwrrgardn'stti?. ckeM.
Fare .the same-Mt by any other- jteute," Baggage
.decked through. . u .... Iu
THROUGH flOKBTg, good until used, can be or.
talned at tbe ticket offloes, at Bpencer Uonte Corner
avrth-weHt corner Brondaay and Front: No. l Bur.
net House Oornsr; at the Walnui-street House, and
at Depot offiee, loo of Mill, on Front street, where
all necessary in ft rtaatlon may be had. i
Omnibuses rus to aud fro is each 'train; and w
pall toi aaasengen at ell hotoU and all parte cl ttl
oity, bj leaving address at eltb tr offlce.
a. W. H. L. NOBLB,
nol Oenoral Ticket Agent.
'raintioriMoatur.springneld, Maples, Ouiu
Cy, Hannibal and St. Joseph,
-Jt'JPji M.-HJbloago Bxprees arrives At Indianapolis
".ii'.A' B..n"lng clese connections at Ohlcago
with all mornlnar traTn.nnt f ih,i..ha
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
id
RAILROAD
SIX PAILY TRAINS LEAVxl TH1
Sixth-street Depot. ' - ' -', ,.
. Trains run through to Cleveland Sandmky, To.
ledo and lndiauapolls without change of cars.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, Wee tern, North,
am and North-western cities.
6 A. ni. BXPH.E8S TRAIN For Hamilton,
Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Cities. Connects at Richmond with 0. and
0. Road for Logans port; also connects at Hamilton
for Oxford, Ao. ..., ,,..,.. -.t
i i30 A. II. TRAIN For Dayton,. Springfield,
Sandntky, Toledo and Ohlcago. This tralu makes
close connections with all trains leaving Ohlcago the
same evening. Also connects at Ubbaha rou Co
luubiu; at uellofontaine with B. and I. R. R., Eaat
and West: at Forent with Pittsburg, Fort Wuyne and
Ohlcago Railroad East aud West: at Clyde with
Ckivclaud aud Toledo Railroad trains for Cleveland
and Detroit; nt Dayton fur Greenville, Union, Wiu
cheater and Muncle.
10 AJ M. EXPRESS TRAIN For Cleveland
via Delawaret for Dunkirk, Bufialo, Boiton, New
York, and all Eastern cities. Alio connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Eastern cities.
3i4 0 P. M. TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond
Indianapolis, Terre ilante and Saint Louis:
nects at Hamilton for Oxford, 4c. . '
530 P. HI. TRAIN For Dayton, Springfield,
Beliolontalne, Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
all points in Canada. Connects at liellefontalne with
B. and I. B. K., East and West.
, 11i30P. IU. KXPUBSTRAIN-ForCleve.
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
New York, and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Orestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities.
lThe night Express Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. M., loaves daily ixotpr SatubdaYS. All other
trains leave daily ixoipt Subdays;
For further information and Tickets, apply at the
Ticket offices north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 169 Walnut-street, near Gibson House: al
the new Ticket Offlce, on thewestsideof Vine-street,
betweenlPostoifice and Burnet House; at the Walnut
itreet Uouio, or at the Sixth-street Depot. '
nol2 ... : D. MoLABBN. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD
1 Three Trams 1 Daily.
j , Two Through Express Trains.
E1IRST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 10
I,,, A. M., connects via Columbus and Cleveland;
via Columbus, fiteubenville and Pittsburg; via
Oolumbua, Orestline and Pittsburg; via Oolum
bus and Bellair (Wheolini).. Also, tor Hpringfleid.
This train stops between ulnclunutl and Columbus,
at all the principal nations.
NKCOISU TRAIN-Columbns Accommodation
u4t40P. M. This train iteps at all stations be.
taeen Cincinnati and Columbus, and Oincinuati aud
Springfield. , . ' .,
TlilRD TRAIN Night Ixnress at tli30 P.
JB.,. caanoots via Colambus and llellalr (Wheeling);
via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Oolum
bns Bteubeuville and Pittsburg; via Columbus aud
Cleveland.
This Train stops at Loveland, Morrow, Xenla
and London. BLEEPING 0AR8 ON THIS TRAIN.
eWThe Day Express ruus tnrongh to Cleveland,
heeling and Pittsburg, via fiteubenville, without
change o t ears. , ,
Tha NIGHT XX PRESS Train leaving1 Cincinnati
at lliJOP. M., runs dally, except BATIIRDAVS.
The other Trains run dally, except BTJNDAYB.
For aU Information, and Through Ticksti to Bos.
ton, New Fork, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo. Niagara Falls, Dnnkirki Cleveland,
IMttsburiat, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Offlcos, Wakout Street House, No. 4 Bur.
net House, south-east oornvr of Broadway and Frost
jtreett, and at the Eaiteru Depot. -
Train! run by Columbus time, which la seven mln
a tee faster than Cincinnati time. .
1 ' ' . - " J. DOB AND, Bnp't.
Omnlbnses call for passengers by leaving direction!
at the Ticket Offices. colt
Commencing Dec. 4. 1859.
Commencing Dec. 4. 1859. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Commencing Dec. 4. 1859. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE OF OARS.
Two Daily Trains lor Vlnoennes, Cairo and St.
Louis, at 7:30 A. M and 7:30 P. M. -
Three Daily Trains for Louisville, at 7:80 A.M.
fcOOP. M., and 7:M P. M "
One Train for Eransville at 7:30 t. M.
The Trains connect at St. Lonls for all points In
liansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlckabura.
N etches and Now Orleans. ...
One Through Train on Sunday at 7:U P. II.
Rbtubninq Fast Line Leaves Kaat Bt. Lonli,
Snndayt excepted, at 6:N A. At., arriving at Oiucln.
natl at 10:10 P. M. .
Bxraiss Taaiv Leaves East St. Louis dally at :C0
P.M., arriving at Cincinnati at 8:25 A.M.
FOR THROUGH TICKETS
To all points West ai.d South, pleats apply at the
offloos, Walnut-atree I House, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, No. l Burnet House, corner offlce,
north-west corner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
UouseOfflce, and at the Depot, corner Front ana Mill,
treats. W. H. CLEMENT, Gen'l. Superintendent.
Omnlbnses call for passengers. ocJ9
Cincinnati, Richmond &
INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.
i?M.Tifcroy oute
TSRUP UAUTB,
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ANBfOI
DBT.
sYJaJAaj,
FORT WrVTNB.
rWO DA1L t THR0U8H 1 BAINS leaveSiith street
, Depot, at A. M. and 4:10 P, M.
' I A. M. INDIAN APOD 8, ST. LOl)l8 A CHIGA.
UOlAST XX PRKSct. Thi mb direcroatlng clow
oonneotlons for all other VI tern and North-western
eolnts. This Train also oco nects at Rishmond with
OluolnnaU and Ohloago Beads, for Andei son, Xoko.
tuhrol?1'90 law.Ott. Watash fallsp
1:40 P. M. INDIAN APOXIS'OHIOACK) A BT.
LOUIS NIGHT BXPRKB.-lheebWTemee
close connections at Indianapolis, Lafayette and Ohl.
cigo, with Trains for Terre Hants. Sarinsfkld. Rank
Nland, Qalesburg, Kenosha, La Crosss, Jacksonville.
aMTThrongh Ticksta glvsa and BaAa&gs cheeked
through. ,-,
For further lnfbrmatton and Through riiw,
fly to Ticket Offleea,north-eaet corner ol Fionl and
Broadway; No. Is Walnut street, near Fourth:
wnth-east corner of Fourth and vine street, oi at
the Slith-etreet Depot.
D. si, MORROW, .npo,.atsuuoui.'
OmnlbuMWlUoall for passen-rs by leavua n rb
eAsnes at si Uter of tbe Tleket 04ms.
Iltlena, Qulncy, Prairie do Chiea, Paai, Peoria,
Daniel th, Racine, Deoatnr, Bloomlngton, JoUet, 1
alle,8t. Paul, and all tuwniaadoltlee In the North

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