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THE PRESS,
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M01T0AY
FEBRUARY 13
Advertised Letters.
tW All letters advertised aia subject to in extra
charge of one cent. Persons calling for them wtUpleass
come prepared with the neoessary change.
t Persons calling for these letten please say they
are advertised, and aire number and date of Hit.
PPThe office will he open at 7H A. M.. and clots at
a t. a. Sundays Office open from 9 A. M. to 10H
A. II. .
No. 6—February 11, 1860.
LADIES' LIST.
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Abbott MIssO Arnold Mraf AmtnnMrsM
AdleisburghHnHAndrews Miss J HAdams Mist J
Anil MissK Alllaon Him M J Avey Miss M K
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BriggsMlssA Barton Mm D Black Mra Fiorina
BouoMlssA BryceAlrsB BikerMU-Jranoes
Baker Mrs A A Batea Miss BHa BeylandMissV
Burnet Mra C Brooks Mra BM Blackbnm MIssO
Bristol Mrs II Bowman Mra I B Beetor Miss Grace
Bennett Ura Jane Berry Mra Adora Baldwin MhU W
BartleMrsIsalttlUBiadfnrd MiasL PBotts Mra Mary K
Bell Mrs JF Uony Mias Louisa Burtsol Ura H P
Brossart Mrs KateBlshop Louisa Burke Miss M
Barry Miss MollleBurna Mias MaryABeard Miss Mary
llroufieldHrs M Bloaaom Mrs Mury Baker Mrs Mary
Bully MissPO Beville Ura Mary Burton Mary .
BanicsMissN Baldwin Hiss P BakerMrsKA
Boswell Mr N ' Besthoff Sarah B Beard Sarah P
Brown Miss Clara Brown Mias Lixsie
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Cornish Mrs Ann Carney Mra BllenCralg Mra .Tamoa
Covill Mra Conehan Misa B Ooofihan Mrs Ann
Carter Caroline Cbamberlin Mist Copeland Mrs L
Campbell MlaaO HHP Coleman MBg
Chawrjers B M Clold Miss Julia Cost Mra Miry
Carroll Mrs B 3 OoaineMrsJ OarrMrsA
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Orownln M J Cbcvaar Misa H OraiK Mrs S M
Carroll MissMary Collard Phcbe C arson Miss 8 A
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Amot J W
A lemmler John
Abbott Jus B
Alford AO
Ackermann And
Avery A
Arentiln Mr
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A ring George II
Adaios IS F
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Andrews BO 3
Allen Wm J
Alexander WB
Abrams U S
Algire Sebastian
Anderson John R S Avery Thomas
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Boutnn E'lw 4
Breen JaaS
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Brickie David Z '
Ba,ford Crank
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Brossart Feid
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Carroll lam a 9
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Baldwin John A
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Brown J A
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Fisher Charles Foots J H Foasett Snellen
Fisher Geo W Fornrty John Ferris Wm F
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Forbes G H
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Graham Nathan
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Johnston James
Johnston John
Johnstou II W
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Jones MS
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Jarkson A T . Jnhuatnn A P
Jackson F A Johnston G P
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JennttmJ Jonci James
Jennings L . Johnston J B
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Kelly S imon K nakerly J '
Kelly J G KirbyJH
KluaJas Keith I.hmsel
Kissum si Taylor Kinney Henry
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Kenkel Henry
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Lathrno B Louis 0
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Loekhart V
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Laird Jas
Livingston J J
Langbling J P
Lugao Jas
Leach L W
Leslie R
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Leake J B . Lewie J F
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Leonard 8 Lawrence T
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Moore Thomas M
Moore Win G
Moore G Moore Nicholas
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Mathers Daniel
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Pryor Gilbert Pratt Jos ah Palmer GW
Phelps Erwin Plnney B 0 Palmer G
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Shandonson fc Co
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Bides Henry
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Hinder Jamea B
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Stanton Milo 8 '
Sterling Lvne
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Taylor Joseph
Thompson H V
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Spiller John H Bheaton James
Stump Hugh Sterling Jacob
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Wells Henry
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LIST OF LETTERS.
IN COVINQTON POST-OFFIOB
Saturday, February 11, Wi
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Allen Cary
Armstrong am t Anurews smt rr a
Arnold Wra '
Ambrose D
RobUttJas
Bowen Misa LI
Rrannan B
Ashford U .
Ambraaa A
Bret Titos ,
Bowen N
Betran W u '
Boalton Mr
Banon Wm
Bates Henry
Brell H Ksq
Baker B
Hrannon Pat
BenthamMrsB
HlackeslerMridA
BreganJ W
Barks J T
Ballad Mr FA
Cowan Rev A M
Beyer U
Ratterahy John
lleuham Mary LI Baker Thomas
Barnes J A Boyd James
Blinn Mrs Laura Klackelee Wm
Harry Wm Baily H B
RontbeMraAM Baxter Dr d W
Bryan Miss SallleBrnsher Miss B
i;namrjora n m
Cleveland Mra
Crawford Ueo W Collins John W '
C lemons MrsM Conner Miss U
11 is uoon Joseph
CarberryMraH Coates Jas Esq;
Cane M ri AmerieaCon lev Mra J
(Corcoran Jas
Cole ran N ,
Cane Wm '
Sooner M fc Geo I
lafflinM
Campion M J
Culbertaon W
uummuigs tl
ilnaa
Oarberry Pat
Cain John
Charlngton II
Dunn Mrs B
Dickinson MrP
Cooper Mrs 0
Christian Robl
Clllders J T
uoniu u
Drennan Mrs 8 J DolleosMrsS
DepewMrJ
Dickinson Mra I
Dowuard Miss M
liavis r 4
Horsey Wm H
SeboH
Decker BF
Ewart Miss M
FaraganMrsR
Flanagan Mr J
Gundclfinger J '
Golden B
(Ionian Geo
Hoihesbey Wm
Hughs MrsH
Hume MissBJ
nood J
Hall F -.. i
imffey W
Ttortri IF
Bvane Mra rs .
Frailer Miss M 1 Plavanam M S
yecgnery i Fiynn w f
Folav li
Gainn J
Oohrecht 0 E
fluayhsm J
Graffln 8 D
Hewvy Mrs J
Hathaway H
Housel Chas
Harris R
Halstead T V
HugheaMissA
Holly H
Handlin Miss B
Hyde W J
Housel C
Gill Jas
Gray P
Gilbert Miss T
HenneyseaT ..
Hampton N A
Holland Miss B
j lawk ins Miss 8
Hands
Uawley J W
harper Miss M A Hughes Miss MB
Hlahtower G
n art Mra T J
Haley Mrs V A
Hampton Mrs B
Harrington J
Hay W 0
Hall Mrs 8 8
Johnson Miss A
Johnson Mra 8
Jordan James
iiotmesu u
JohnaoH Mrs A O Johnson N
Johnson O W Johnson Jaa I
Johnson Mrs 0 L Jackson Lowry
Jones Jas F Keen Joseph A
KMllt miss 1 A '
Kelly Miss Anna King Miss Lottie Kehn John 8
Knoll Frank
Lewis Mark
Leveiey &Co JW
Limrick Miss I
Leouird Marks
Lewis David
Leva seer Laura
Maddox Mrs M
Longacre Isaao
Lutton Roberts
Longiitreet A R
Ludlow Mrs II A
MuthMrsM
liioya samuei
Laudens Bridget
Laudrigan Mrs M
Moloney Michael
Marion Bridget
Matter William .
Murphy ursO
Maddox I M
Minster Relsebef Mefford Jsmes
Moigan M U
asr fc Mlnter
Marshall Mary A Marshall Misa J 8
morns it vr
Marwan Alra Manr Morion Mrs Mary
isixon wary Ann norui sxrt
Ui 1 B . . n 1 T 1- -
fkmnind John
Onions Jsmes I
Pye Francis
Pitcher Mra Sarah
Porter L r
PlowsJobn
Porter Miss E
Kichy John
Boston Wm
RohbM.sE W
Pad
radian Elisabeth P ha lan John
Purnell John W Pickens Augusta
.rowers jonn I'larK n i.
Bay John Reed Mary A
JtossKliaaJ -Robertson Ells
ItigKS Master 0 Ring Caroline
nuir w
nucnie jsiizhicui ivyan rsinua u
Robinson Cant W Rutt Carrie W
Rodgers Frank
Richards Lewis Roden Matthew
Stevens 8olon Sharp John G
Banrit'ord Sal lie Slimmer Goorge
Souths its Mrs G Scott 0
Shaw Miss Khoda Senlon Goorge
Sneelmnn J A Sabell Jamea
Itouricg jonn
Scott Robert
Stohr Jarvis
bwalliy Francis
Sullivan JohuJ
Scott Lewis
Sullivan Putrlok
Stone John
Sheridan Robert
Simmer KO .;' Bejioll Elisabeth
Shields Win 2 Southg ate M 8
Skimer Samuel Smalley Ftinnle
inompsoo aim j inmpson iv
Tomlinson Mrs
Tnlley Mra M Thoorebttrgh P A Tinsley Misa J 2
rem u ai rs j amea i womey
Thompson Mr J F
Thompson JohnB
Waterhous M II
Wefliier.XiBsMF
Wallace Thomas
Warrineton G
Thomas John Thomas Mrs H
Turby Franklin UymauHP
Wbofchard T World Mrs J
wilkerson Wm H Willis Wm
Waters Moses Wescoat David
Walker MraE 9 Woods A
Ware fc Cameron
Woodruff B M'illiarusonMrsO CWayman Thomas
WorthlngtonMnWeldon John White Dr W L
W. D. HOLT, P. M.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN THE NEWPORT
Post office, February U, i860: - .
Allesmatt II L : Armstrong II
Abbey TB
Bell Jno
Brandvberry N '
Baxter Wm
Brady H
Black Rev Mr
Hmwn 0 '
BoyoeJulla
Bardaley J W
Carter E 0 Capt
C red land E Mrs
Clinton JP ,
Crane J
Chambers R
Davia Dr : j . ,
BalliO' P Misa
Bind It Miss
Brunk G
Brewer Mr
Bracken JO
Borst M
Brown V Mrs
BollierWm
Brenunn A Mrs
Barrett B Miss
ColeGP
Carey D
Cross J
Carton P
Deokman D jun
llailey A A 4
Brophy Jas
Booth J 0
Ball Helen '
Hi own M Miss
Baker Elizalxth
Barnes N Miss
Bath K
Clongh 8 Mrs
Conrad II
Conrad M Mrs
Colter fc Colter
Cary Anthony
Dws Caroline
Dedrtek 0 M
Dora WM Mrs
iavis tv di
Davis Jno
Puck weller Kate DowGna
Uich.-rJno - Elliott Mattle
F.ckfort Jas Evims L A Mrs
Elliott Martha J? Evans Marg
Kdnjonds Juo
Elliott JP
Fisher Conrad
r renens jrju . jroster sarati
raniy reter
Fletcher Rata
Foley Martin
Freeman Thos
Feisherv Pat
Gerhard J K
Gale 0 Mrs
Uingrr Joe
Ulas Uhns
Gould ing Samuel Gay le L Mrs
uoebie II .
Hall A J Mrs
Hemphill M Mias Hemitn (I
Harleman K W
Hamilton RHrs
Herbert L Miss Hyney R
aiuuston a u
Hawley B Mrs
Hickman G W
Hill K Mary
Jackson J K
Kaln L Miss
Kent A 1
Hastings Jas
Harris ueo
Harris Wm
UuntE
Jones Wm
Kuster C 2
Kerney F M
Kellv Maraaret
Hall I
u w
Hehman Mr
Honael ChaS '
Knster L 2 .
K slar ASMIS)
Kanmerer N
Kehn John
Kiechner B
Kenffo Patrick Konnedv Rnbaet T.lTlnualnn ID
Livingaion Ann ELank Michael Lyman Qt W
LogueLJMlss LovetMMiss Link A
Lang Joseph ' Leonard Wm Lee Joshoa
aionigiimeiyLna manone a J alias siorrey Jas
MeverW
M'bleyNoah MulvrJno
uarsnaii is u
Manfull W8
Mandt Oottlieb
Malchus Jacob
Murphy Wm a Martin HB Mrs
M:irtln Fred Mullen Jnn
Murrlan Chas Col Moore Hattle Mrs
neyman a . . nene u jf Miss
Nolte Lewis . OwunC
OlilfteldJB firing nenry
O'KaneMVMrs Ott Geo
Newklrk Jas .
Osmend Jno
OileilJeaao
Parkinson M Mrs Parcel! Thos
Patton Julia
rhillipsCelia
PyleE JMh
PfintelJno
Raridea N B
Rose Frances
Rice Levi
Revel Thos
Stewart WmH
porter Mrs Parry A,C
Puff A Price Thos A
Pfirmann I PfannemillerF
Porter KDB Prof Ramsey M Mra
nyan iticna nois unarlotte
Riley Dennis . RyanMaggio
Rowley U Mrs Ililev Wm
Sheridan Michael Schneider Geo
Behroll Martin Scarlet Lizzie Mrs Snrai
ague u
ell A
SawtellHA Scott 0 Steel
streeterii miss a Soke Mr
Townsend Thos E Tull Caroline 2
Tayloiln Harvey Tonkins HW
Thompson M 0 Thompson J A
Uthe Wm Ware Thoa
BeballmnW
Thompson Wm
Taylor Mias G
Temple Miss L
n nite u
wagner Ida 31 Williamson Thos Ward Thos
Wagner Mra M A While M 0 While A A
Wright Mrs BO Williams Mrs B Whelan Michael
WvleJR
wunlte Walter Zephany Johann
McLaughlin John McCloae John
Smith Jacob Smith Mrs 8 M
SnillhMr.fi Itlnl.llv Pit
Mcllvalne The
McOleaveRobt
BmithJuliua
Odice onen from hatfrjast ninA tn hnir-nti.r tn A. if
J. Q. A. FOSTER, P. M.
IIARRISOIV & COLLliVS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE QALLEBY, cor
ner of Fifth and Western-row. Photographs,
MelaiuotVDes and Ambrotvoee taken cheaner than
e lee where in the city. Oil Colored Photographs
maue oi an sizes, irom lire to the smallest miniature.
Pictures neatly set in Looketa, Breaat-pins, Finger
rings and Bracelets. All work wan-anted.
Moin-ar a. t). nuouM. art.lat.
MADAMS ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOVNP
at last inat what the Ladies have long needee
and looked for In vain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of tha
womo, tno moneys, tne uvaries, and the Urethral
Proiaosus or Fall ins of the Womb. PHlnfnl Mati.tm
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect ears
Is guarrsnteed by the use ol from two to five bottle
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of the GenesV
auve ana urinary urgans, 01 male or Teinale, no
matter of how long standing. Price tl per Bottle,
maaame atuia cans particular attention to the
following Card of one of sue most prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati.
'To ma Public aarn thw T.antea tw Pi it,
We, the undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
oar name to Patent Medicine; but knowing welitbe
uauy rur.ivinu, ituu laomouicinecaiieaine utenue
Bllxlr, we. cheerlully recommend It to all females
suhertng irom female Diseaes cf any kind; it is
purely vegetable, and in no case oan do injury! wi
ay U all try, and our word for It, you will fend re
lief. Jf, D, HiLL. Dngslat,
sefTf ."torneror CitthanaiUoetrrsts,"
- A L8
fBSADAMB ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU-
lT4 LATINO CUUGU AND LIVKB BALSAM
curve.- without fail, pains in this Rmajt- ti-k
Sid or Limbs: Coughs, Colds, Hoaraeneu, Dlffl
cuitf of Breathing, Headache, Flnrnlenoy, Heart-
oura, vnronio itnonmattsm, Bullous t nolle, urame
ChoUo. Grlnlnff Paiua ot the BoufaI.. ltnlltiMtt
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and In Palii-
iu, saeusiruaiion is u a certain cure, an'l glv
Immsdiate relief. In any of the above dlaeasi
it wm give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent sure by the nseof two bottles. OnlyMeeuti
per bottle so cheap that every person can get it.
a, j m. v, niuu, urogist,cerntw
of Race and FiRh-atroets; J. D. PARR., corner of
aourw a,j,i Tvaiumi Duma, EjlJliSJ rjla A (1o,.
cornrVlne and Fourth; JOHN DICKSON, oernei
of John and Sixth; J'ACL KE1NLK1N, corner ol
Eighth and Freeman. Also, EDWARD SUANLAS
A W., corner of Main and FouzUi; and Mailame
BLLlg. 14t West Sixth-street. aeraT-ar
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
41 NO. 28 WEST FOUBTH-STBEET,
oex to ooiun s nixon's nan, uinowntn,
Ohio. A splendid Gift, worth from 90 cents to moo.
will be given with every book for which we receive
one aoiiar ana upward at tne time ol sale.
Solid Gold Chulna, splen lid set of Jewelry, nue Gold
Bracelets, Gents' Gold Vest-chains, and a large va
riety of other iwtlolesof rich Jewelry, worth from
jOcanta to 1 IIS).
Ladies and gentlemen art) respectfully Invited to
call and examine our stock.
. A. A. KELLEYs I
Publisher and Gift Bookseller,
- " st Fonrth-atrvot. '
J. M'ELEVEY,
Merchant Tailor
iK4B roiakrH-STBEEa", ' v
.' de!3tf I LODFON BUILDIBO.
fOMMERClAIi FBINTIRO NEAT
V LI asnte4 st thlsioaea, ; ,y, v t .
I.
MISCELLANEOUS.
f A? EOONOMYJ
fjy B5spa4h2 Xc
Save the Pieces !
f TSEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE FOB
U mending Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Glass
ware, Ac .
, Wholesale Depot. No, Oedar street. New Tors.
' Address HiNRY 0. SPALDING A CO..
I. Box No. MOO, New York.
Put nr. for Dealers In Oases oonlalnlng four, eight
and twelve down a beautiful Lithograph Show
Card vromTanvlng each paokayae. ileHlart
DALfS PATENT.
TnE MOST BEtl ABIE FIRB AND
BOBGLAB PROOF 8AFK8.-They have glvei.
more satisfaction than any other now in use.
We offer a reward of ONS THOUSAND DOL.
I.AU.H to any person that can, np to the present
time, show a aiugle Instance wherein they have faileo
to preserve their contents.
With this SAFE we challenge all competition, at
being the best Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or Fir,
and Burglar Proof now made; aud are willing t
tost with any establishment ,ln the Union, and the
party falling first, to forfeit to the other, the sun
Of $2,000.
Wears ere eared to fnrnlsh a better Rafia. and at lee
cost, than any other manufacturer la the United
otatee. . .. i
Mocond-hand Safes of other makers, also on hand
We respectfully Invite the public to call and exam'
Ine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, UABROLL A CO.,
acg-vt Hps, is and 17 Bast Colombia street, i
; Wi B. DODBB,
onnet'lofHaJl,DoddsAOo.;lateIJrban,Dodds0-
W. 11. Dodds & Co., I
asnrAOTDaxM or riu .
O O O H. DDI . T 13
Fir and ISurglat Prool
8. w. Comer of Vine getouutV Streets.
This Is the most reliable FIRH ANd'bPBGLA ''
PROOF 8AFB that is madeln the United Siates.arjd
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be sold
at lower prioes, and (s of better workmanship thar,
can be fonsd elsewhere, . ,
We hare a large aasorticent on band, and are 4e
tennined to sell at prices that canned fall to pleas.
Old Salci - !
Takes In exchange. BIOOND-HAND BAFBB )
ways on hand at extremelr low prices. 87 Vt
$30. 30. $30. $30.
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-Stitch
piLiSEmiipnin
8BCDBBD BT BKOKMT LITTIBB PATINT. '
rwRlh MACUINK HAS BEEN PRO
NOBNCBD by all competent Jndaee, wh
have seea it, to be tee best and most desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever Introduced, reanrdlee.
of price. It will sew all kinds of family foods,
from the very thickest to the very finest fabrics made,
and uses all kinds of thread, from No, t to 200.
No all Is used on top of the Machine.
Send for a circular, or call and see it in operation
Upon early application, State and County Rights may
be secured. '
An energetic person oan makes fortune In short
time. Agents wanted In all unsold territory.
. , . . . H- C BWRTMANi '
Bcle audeiclnalve agent for the United Statae,
sjep.Mfmt 9i West Fourth-street. Cincinnati.
THE GLADIATOR
GAS-BDBNINO, SHOKK-CONSDMISa
COAL COOKING STOVE!
FOUR SIZES.
Warranted to girs satlsfacllonjrsll
MANCFACTCBBD AKD FOR. SALE BY
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.
. Ma. 19 and 31 But 8eeondtreetV ;
JaUtf CINCINNATI, OHIO.
CANDY ! CANDY
. 3sr. oLrtir,
(Bawosasorto MmissOoj .
MajtnJtctareri and Wboleuda Dealen
- .IB- -v'
IIKE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
0 MAIX STREET, CIHCHtHATI
myu
Tin-ware, Spouting, &c.
A C. PAEEY,
KO. as VINE-STBEKT, NBAB FRONT,
CINCINNATI,
KBEPS ON HAND AND MANUPAC
TUBK8 to order all varieties of Tin aud Sheet,
iron Ware. Public Lanterns, and other articles In
his line. Manufactures to order all varieties of Ale-
unto nooning, nn, topper and oheet-lron.
banturn utass always on nana.
Orders from a dlstauce promptly attended to. -
A few BtlkVea tm hand to diatMue of nhnam ffnp esati.
Stove-pipe furnished and put up at short notice,
. tsajowi
I. & B. BRUCE.
Htrcet BaTJroad Cur and Omnlka Hnoa.
- niciarera.
WB ABB BUILDING AND SHALL
keea en hand annnlv at H I'HCET Rall
ouav uaaa ana vrooiDuaes, wo ICO we will war
rant equal In style, finish and durability, and at a
low prices, ass any raws in toe country.
omii.rnwni inim ami vme-wrreem. taistr
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
; DR. SWh SILSBfiE.
ESPECIALLY TEEAT8 DI8EA8E8 0F
THB 8K.IN, BBIUMATISM, DIBIABX8 Of
WOMEN, and each Chronic oomplalats as may be
benefitted by the Hrgyenlo and Atmopathlo system
of hlsofllc. . 1
. Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenlo, Mercury, Tor.
klsh) Buss Ian and Ilcctra-Chemlcal Baths, IB
sensary of Medicine, and every manner of El ec trie
and M agnatic Apparatus.
HO. S7 WIST BtTBNTH-STBIXT. ,
jyOffloeJinrsA. M. to" ' anlv-tfT
O. E. NEWTON. M. D-
- Orncs Ns. W West Seventh street, between Tin
auu ucs. uaajiuxaur-no. s nevenui street.
eon Walnut and Vine, Ornoi Hoc-1H to M
WM.-M. HUNTER,
' f DENT I ST,
Ba8 - 9f)f. jfjntrtA
: 1
11 ' Ij
' 'n: (JSneoessor to KaowlUn A Tall.) -
BEN.TIST,;
N.M VTaet Fearth St., bat. WaUamt ah visup
CINCINNATI. OUia.. o
ws.issrs sj s j ssr f SJ W sj
RAILROADS.
Cincinnati, Richmond & Indianapolis,
AND-
Cincinnati & Chicago
RAILROADS
THHOtJGH BOUTS TO THE
GBBAT
NOBTJiWEST FOB ;
INDIANAPOLIS, ! TKBBBnAUTB,
8T. LOUIS, IjAPAYKTTE
OALEoBCaOWKiKITHQ0INCV.
Two dally through trains have Sixth-street Depot
at 6 A. U. and 3i40 P.M.
Through to IudlanapoIIs Without
Change of Cars. .
DtVect Cunneolioas Uaie hy Both Traim,
At Blchmond, with Cincinnati and Chicago Ball,
road, for Anderson and all points on the Bellefon
taine Ballroad Line; Kokomo, LogansporL J?era
and all points on the Wabash Valley Ballroad.
At Indianapolis for Terre Haute, Mattoon, Pena,
St. Lenls and Illinois Central Bailroad.
At Lafayette for Danville. Tolono, Decatnr.Bpring
fleld, Maples. Uutncy, and Hannibal and Bt. Joseph
Ballroad'
At Chicago for Beolue, Kenosha, MIlwauklN La
oroaaw, St. faul, Prairie da Ohleo, Bock Island and
IowaCily. j
' The t:to p. M. Train makes direct connection at
Logaosport, with L'vganspert, Feorla a d Burling
ton Ballroad, for Oilman, El Paao, Peoria, Burling
ton, Qnlncy, Oaleaburg, Galena and Dunlclth, mak.
Ing the dlstauce .
.:.:25 Alilca Shorter
Than by any other Route,
""' and ;
100 Miles Shorter .
THAN VIA' CHICAQOl
Fare aa How and Time as Q,alck b ty
anj other Itoute. . ' , .
This Is exclusively a Western and North weetero
Bonte, having as favorable arrangemels with con
noctlug Boads as any other Boute. Passing through
a highly-cultivated country, with oumeroua towns
and villages, it offers to patrons more pleasant ao
commodatlon for safety, comfort and Interest than
anv other Konte fiir the above-named points.
for Throngh Tlokets or any further Information
be sure and apply at --,
.
ticket omcEf! 1 , ';
160 Walnnt-streot, between ronrth and Fifth-ltreets,
near Gibson House;
North-east corner Front and Broadway; -West
slde Vlue-struel, between- Buruet House and
Postoihce;
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Oeptit. Tlfth end
hUtu-street. D. M. mOBHUW, .
Superintendent. '
W. II 811 IP MAN, Passenger Ageut.
OmnlbusHs will cull for psesengers oy leaving their
names at either of the Ticket Offices.
fell) W. H. HWITFT, Agent.
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
'SjHHlE35ES!S' ;
SHORT-LINE RAILROAD.
SHORTEST KOlfl B BY 30 MILES.
NO CHANGE OF CARS TO INDIANAP.
01,18, at which place It unites with railroads
for aud from all points In the West and North-west.
TF1REI PAHBENGEB TRAINS
Leave Cincinnati dally, (rum ths loot of Mill and
front-streets.
6:M A. M. Chlcaito Mall Arrives at Indianapolis
at 13:10 P. M.; OniCBiro at 10:30 P. M.
13:46 P. M. Terie Bant and Lafayette Accommo
dation Arrives at Indianapolis at 6: 16 P. M.
7:16 P. M. Chicago fcxproas-ArrivoS at Iudlanap
oIIs at 12:18 A. JU.; Chicago at IU:3U A, M.
Sleeping (Jars are attached to all nlgbt'tralna on
this line, aud run through to Chicago without
change ef cars.
sr Be sure yon are In the right ticket-office be
fore yon purobase your tickets, and ask (or ticket!
via Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis.
Vara the same, aud time shorter thsa any othei
route.
Baggage checked through. .
T 11 HOUGH TICK ETS, good nntll nsed, can be oh
talned at the Tlcket-ottlces, at Spencer House enrnor,
N. W.oornorof Broadway and Front; No. 1 Burnet
House corner; at the Walnnt-street House, and a
Uepot Ofllce, foot ot Mill, on Frout-slreot, where all
necessary information can be had.
Omnibuses run to aud from each train, and will
oall for passengers at all hotelaandall parts of Um
city, by leaving address at either office.
ja!7 H. 0. LORD. President.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD
SIX J A lit TRAINS LEAVB THl
Blxth-streot Depot.
Trains run through to Cleveland Sandusky, To
ledo and Indianapolis without ohangs of cars.
Throngh Tickets for all Xaatern, Western, North
svn and North-western cities.
8 A. Itl. KAPKESM TRAIN For Hamilton,
Blchmond. Indiana polls, Lafayette, Chicago, and all
Western Oltioa. Connects at ltlchmond with 0. anr;
0. Boad for Loganssort; also connects at Hamilioi
forOiford, Ac .
Tt0 A. Itl. TBAIN-ror Dayton, Bpringfleld
Sandusky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
close connections with all trains leaving Chicago th
same evening. Also connects at C as ami roa Co
lumbus; at Bellefontalne with B. and I. B. B.: at
Forest with Pittsburg, rort Wayne and Chicago Bal
lroad: at Clyde with Uleveland and Toledo Bail
road trains for Cleveland; at Dayton for Greenville,
Union. W inchester and (Huncie.
10 A. M. XPKK9MTKATN-rorCleveIan
via Delaware fur Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston, Nov
fork, and all Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest
line for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and
Bustern cities.
. 3:40 P. ai. TRAIN For Hamilton, .Blchmond
Logausport, Peoria and Burlington; also lndiauap
olis, Terrs Haute and Bt. Louis, oonnecU at iiamil
ton for Oxford.
3:30 P. Itl. TRAIN Tor Dayton, Bprlngueld
Bellefontalne, Lima, Fort Wayne and Chicago:
Oonnectsat Bellefontalne witt B. and I. B. B.
lliOP. JU. EX PIIB"S TUA IN For Gere
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston
New Xork, and all Eastern citiee. Also, connects at
Orestllns for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore
and all Eastern cities.
sy-Thenight Kspress Train leaving Cincinnati at
11:30 P. H.,leavesdaily ricarr Satsbdais. Aiiotbel
trains leave daily ixukpt Sukdavs;
For farther information aud Tickets, apply at tb
Ticket offloos-north-oast corner Front and Broad'
way; Mo. 169 Walnnt-street, near Gibson House; at
the new Ticket Offloe.on the weet side of Tine-street,
between Postofflpe and Borne t House; or at the
Sixth-street Dejet. -
nol . Pt HcLABIN. Buperlptendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
snnnnnmira
Three Trains Daily.
Two Through Expiega Tra la.
FIBST TRAIN DAT EXPRESS AT 1C
A. M.iOoaneots via Columbus aud Cleveland
via ColnmDus, Bteubenvlll and Pittsburg; vli
Oolnmbus, Crestline and - Pittsburg; via Colum
bus and Bolluir ( Wlioelinf ). Also, for MprlngSeld
This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the vrinolpal stations.
MKCONJJ TRAIN-Oolumbus Aocommodatlot
at 44tl f. M. Thia train stops at all stations be
tween (lluoinuatl and Columbus, and Cincinnati and
OpnuKneia.
TlilKD TRAIN Night Kxpress at IliSO P
M., connects vlu Colambns and Bullulr (Wheeling),
via Columbus, Orestllne and Pittsburg: via Colum
bus BuubenvUIeand, Pittsburg; via Columbus an
Cleveland.
This Train stops at Loveland, Morrow. Xenti
nd London. BLfclPINOOABH ON THIHTBAIN
swtiii lay JCxpress runs through to Uleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Btenbenvllle. wlthonl
ehange oi cars.
The NIOUT IXPBK8H train leaving Cincinnati
at 1 lillO P. M.i runs daily, except SATUUDAi'f,
The other Trains rna dailv.exoeptHUNDAVB.
For all Information, and rhrough Tickets to Bos
ton, New fork. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern places,
apply at the Ofkoea, Walnut Mtraet Bouse, No. i Bnr-
net Hooae, 0 o. 6 Bait Third-street, .outh-east cormr
of Broadway and Froai streets, and at ths Eastern
JC-POl. ' i -
Trains ran b Oolnmbus time, which Is aeraanfa.
ate faster than Cincinnati tlsie, .
- ft una ap, Burt.
i Omnibirses Ml ,rorpassSJraTby leaving dueoUont
at the Ticket OftlW uon
(
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sM)sod mi nortaoiiM no toe suwinaiu) Jkts)
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uwtjuo; ) aBiA-ii)uoo naiog s rpiosj
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ueuoti puasjuigujeiqartjoj "of 'Ianifl
arioiolanion uea.isja luo iseuiqnnT inmg 'Mao
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J. I misER'S .
RAILROADS.
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOTJOa WITHOUT CBAHOl OF CARS.
T.n D.iiv Trains lor 1 1ncenne. Cairo and 8k.
IrOiils,at7:A. M.,andT P. M.
: Three Dally Trains for UulsvlU, 7t A.H.
0OP.M..an4 7:8UP.M.! ; .
ijne train 101 aw-iiw.i i:iu r. ns. -The
Trains eo.'.iectat Bt. Lonls foraU pojntahi
srsnuuanrl Nnhrubau Hannibal. Onlncv and sleo.
Auk; at St. Loots and Cairo tor Uemphls, Vicksburg,
atcn ana new vriesuiBb '.
Une luroiujn inuava ouiiumj aw r. JU.
R.Traamn Faat Line Leaves Eaat fit. Lonl.
Sundays excepted, at t-M A. M., arriving it Olncln.
natt at ivtio r. m. "
Bifsiss Taaig Leaves Bast Bt. Lonls daQyatirM
P. U.,arrlrlngatOlBcinnatlat 8:23A.M. t ,
FOB TBBOCGH TICKETS
Tn.ll antnta Waat ai d South, nleaae anrdr at tha
office., Wainnt-stre I House, between Sixth and
Seventh-streets, no. I names noose, ooruer sues,
Sorth-wtwt corner of Front and Broadway, Spenoer
tonwIlrHne. and at the IV not. comer Front and Mill.
streets. W, H. CLEM It tit.Gen'l, Superintendent.
ClmnlDnaes call tor pasaengera. - -
IvNTSURANCE.
Choice First-class, Insurance
Incorporated 1819, Charter Perpetual
Cash Capital Enlarged Haifa Million
. ..!!, i -.; Dollar, i r i; . ;
AGENCY ESTABLISHED IN CINCI1T
NATI In IS'JS, aute-d.ulng all present local
inanrauca oompauleeand aiteuoies In the Insurance
bnaiueaa in this cier. Thirtv-flse years' constant
duty here, combined with wealth, experience, enter.
frlae and liberality, especially ocinni.nd the jEtna
naurance Company to the favorable patronage of
tbia oonintuuity standing solitary and alone, the
sole aurvlior and living pioneer of Cincinnati un
derwriters of 1M
The largest loan e'r sustained by anf Insotaace
eoiipityat one fire in Ohio was by the .Etna, at
Chlllicuibe, Aurll. 152, aud amounted to $IH,Wl 67,
mostly paid prior to this t days aftor the fire.
Losses paid in Cincinnati during the paetslx years
0177,870 48.
Cash Capital, - - $1,500,000.
Absolute and nnlm paired, with a net surf ins of
-- $314,143 37,
And the prestige of forty-one years' encoeis and
' perlence. Investments of
Over $100,000 iu Ohio Securities.
Tire and Inland Navigation. Bisks sooepted
at leruis couslateut with solvency and fair piofits.
KsMcialattentlou given to Insuranoe ofOwellltvga
ana Contents, for terms of 1 to ft years.
Application made to any duly authorised Agent
promptly attended to. By strict attention to legit
imate Insurance business, this Company Is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and security for
the future. P tlctes Issued without delay by
. CARTKK, cV LINDEV, Agents, '
fa-'.;-. Wo. 40 iialn-strcet and So. 171 Vlne-atreet.
J.J. HOOK EB, Agent, Fulton, 17th Wsrd.
P. 1ICHII, Agent, Covington, svv.
fsllay C. P. BUCHANAN, Kewport,Ky. '
WKSXUiiN 1NHUBANCJS COMPANY
, OF CINCINNATI.; ,:-?'
OPIICB IN THK BEOOKD STORY OF
No. 1 Front-street, between Halo and Brcamor.
Tills Company la taking rtre, Inland and Marin
Siska at current rates of premium.
Losses fairly adjusted and prompt! paid. .'
DIBEOTOBB:
T F Kckert, ' , F Ball, IW Pomeroy,
William Glenn, W 0 Whtaoher, W 0 Mann.
Robert UitcheU, W H Oomstock, LOB 8ton
Bobt Buchanan, C G Shaw, - Geo Stall, -Wm
Bellow, , Beth Evans; - J HTaoffe,
David Gibson, H Brachman, JOlaham,
H Clearwater, Thos K Elliott.
T. F. KOKXBT, President.
Ststhih Moans, Secretary. . , nog
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
' OP CINCINNATI, OHIO. ;
1 DIBBOTOBSi
William Wood. Isaac 0. Oopelen,
Jamea F. Cunningham, Sydney S. Clark,
Andrew Krkenbrecher, Joseph BeakirL
Geo. W. Bishop, ' Wm. Fisher,
. George B. Dixon.
ISAAC 0. OOPXLIS, President!
QlO. W. CorxLXH, Secretary.
A. It. BOSS, Surveyor.
. Is prepared to Issue Policies on Fire and Marine
Bisks, on favorable terms. Omoe No. West Third,
street. Trust Co. Building. ' noSbfm
National Insurance Co.,
Clnclnaatl, Ohio.
: (Office South-west Cor. Main and Front-streets.)
Marino, Inland Transportation and
fixe Eiski
TAKBN AT CURRENT BATES.
DIBBOTOBSi ;
John Bnrgoyne, IH Smith, - Bobert Moors,
Wm Hepworth, Chas L Moor, H Fechhelmer,
rX Wiedemer, Thos OnjJ, B W Smith,
L Boss. Thos B Biggs, Henry EllfV.
H. C. UBNEB, Seo'y. J N OTBO BGOs N B, Pres.
B K)8bfm P. A. ppaiaataa, Surveyor,
FIttE AND) 9IAKINE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
' OF CINCINNATI. .
-i- w- GABBIS01I, President.
S. VT, BEEDEB, Secretary.. ., . ,
DiuoTOats Henry K easier, Anthony Fay, Wra.
Wood. J. W. Garrison, Samuel U. Taft, Oeorg W.
Townley. Smith Betts. .
BcavavoBs J. B. Lawdersnd David Baker, detay
THE OYSTER TRADE.
O.S.MALTBY
.MAM IX ,
FRESII CAN
OYSTEiBS
COVE
OYSTER
Spioed Oyitari.J (5)
Ciy PICKLED OYgTBRB T
'HK SUBSCRIBEE IS NOW R2CKIV.
1 KG DAILY, by the A. lams fipress, HALT.
UK'S world-renowned Baltimore
Freih C&0 Ztg and Shell Oyiteri.
I,cTMo7T,B8!",!1,,1 TB' B"CD
EOBEBT ORB, Agent
PT tf Depoj. 11 Weet Ftfth-rwit
.09
FREHH
OYSTERS
OAVAON A'S
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WK8T FIFTQ-MTRBBT.
'pm SUBB0R1BBK 18 NOW REOBIV-
JL NO dally, per Express, his splendid Orsters.
ng completed arrangements In Baltimore, on
lost extensive scale. I will at all times dnrinv
the season be prepared to fhrnleh my friends, "and
the rest of mankind," with the moat DXL1OI0US
mvAuvaBimpnrua w tne Kueenuuy. Bone but
the.Tery beat imported. Great inducements offered
at this Iniportlug-bouse.
I tnis iniportlug-bouse.
Order slollclted and promptly tilled. Terms cash.
PKTKH. l:S
If AKB3 AND REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
a-hlV
LTAUrSA,
ww ivi. imairtAv.nil ernnrwojiF.
AJJL LIMBS -iBasnperlor manner. Satisfactory V
references given. Addrsss Mo. 1, EyoaatoraHitreet,
Comer of rront. dele
wjfTK'tL''" BAlDWIW, ATTORNEY
w w ' Air wuanmtjuvm mk van ame saaaner
Ootnasissioneif of the Hnperkrr aad Common Plssal
srt v1 d)M svJL .

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