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MOND.
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Fiikdciiio FiBLnrriii, ohovu arseeted n
eharff' of attempting sVmstntrrBttoal Frl
day last, on Saturday wu held In ldb hall for
his apparene at the Court of Common Pleas.
XHt shin-carpenters, who bar been on a
strike at the (Marin Railway Tor an , advene
of wages , bar concluded to go to work at for
mer prloes. i . .i .
' ' in
A Larob ana yalueble horte belonging to
Mr. Eaooh Mudge wu kicked nlgbi before lait
cy anoioer, wuioa wai in th ataoie, ana io
severely Injured that yesterday the owner hu
manely chot it, thui ending It suffering. .
A 'WAR named Trande Jonee, residing In
Fulton, mm tear being drowned on Friday
laat by the upsetting of hta gall-boat, opposite
Brooklyn, i Hie boat turued bottom llde p,
and be wag taken off the "wreck" after drift
ing about half mile down the river.
A rim oonurred, about two o'oloek Bunday
morning, In the blaoksmlth thop of I. k B.
Bruoe, adjoining their carriage factory, on the
oornor of Seoond and Elm itreete. The fire li
supposed to hate been the work of an Incen
diary, and the lost will probably reach $2,000,
whloh waa fully oorered by Insuranoe.
SoMg poraons, who dishonor the shape they
wear, a few nlghU ago atoned a bagnio, on
Mound street, near Court, driving the Inmate
into the street almost in a state of nudity. A
man was brought before Justice Marohant on
Saturday, charged with the offense, but at he
proved an alibi he wag discharged.
Vg are Informed that candidate for Supe
rior Court Judge hag been reoently election
eering . with the Teutons over the Rhine, by
plavlngt cards for lager at a "biarhaut" with
them. . is that eo? If It Is, It Is a lad quali
fication for that Important and dignified trust.
We hope the charge may be refuted.
I. 0. O. F. The Independent Order of Odd
Follows elect tholr Grand Officers and a Grand
Representative to the G. L. of TJ. 8. for the
jurUdictlon of Ohio, during the coming week.
The Past Grands meet in their respective
Lodge on the last meeting night in Maroh and
oast their votos for the Grand Offieen for one
year. ' The Grand Lodge meets In annual teg
eion at Sandusky, In May next.
OFFOftlflOX NoktlKATlORS IK TBI ELITIKTB
Wabd. At a meeting of the Opposition of the
Eleventh Ward, whloh wa held on Saturday
evening, at Danman'a Hall, on the corner of
the Hamilton road and Elder street, the follow
ing persons were nominated at oaudidatot for
the entulng oity election : Councilman, O. B.
Jlollliter j Sohool Traeteer, George F. Davis
and Charles Bohmldt ; Constable, M. Straub ;
and Assessor, Dietrich Wreokerg.
Djuakqed. A lad, who gave bit name a
Eamnel MoNevIn, wag found at an early hour
on Saturday morning wandering round the
streets in the lower part of the city. He wag
taken to the Haminond-atreet Btation-houeeby
officers' Grogan and Jones, and while there big
conversation wa so incoherent, and hie man
ner eo ttrange, at to leave no other oonolusion
than that he wu lmtue. Hie age doe not
appear to be more than sixteen yean. He
stated be same from Loultvllle, and wanted to
get employment to run an engine. He waa
dressed in working olothee, and appeared to be
' in rather a filthy condition.
Aso'theb 'Victim to thb ' Ball Gam. An
individual named Jacob Fuller, while on bis
way from Orleans County, New Tork, to Pike'
Peak, waa fleeoed of $75, on Saturday last, by
some fellow whom be met near tbe Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Depot, and
who gucoeeded in induoing him to bet that
amount upon the often successful but Intensely
stupid performance of tbe ball game. One
would think every person In the land should,
by this time, be aware of how this game it
played, and to be on their guard against it;
bat even nature 1 In league against man, and
put him Into a world In whloh he should know
every thing, in a complete state of ignoranoe.
Fxperienoe i a good tohool, however, and be
will profit by It, no doubt. ' '
. Prison, Jail asd Hospital. In the City
Priton, at the oloee of the last week, there were
90 prisoners, (42 of them female,) against 117
the previous week. During tbe week 58 were
discharged.
; In the County Jail there were 8 lunatics .
females : 7 on bread and water ; 14 on ehaln-
gang; 23 in main jail 60 In all, against 09
the previous week. '
At the Commeroial Hoepltal 30 persons were
admitted during the week) 27 discharged j
died Aaron MoCarty, Mary Jane MoClure,
Jacob Michael, Christopher Brisool and Elisa
beth Hunt In tbe Hoepltal, on 6atnrday even
ing, 111 patient were under treatment, against
113 the previous week. , .
At tbe olose of the week there were six per
son suffering from tmall-pox in tbe Pest
bonee. MfirifiO op 'tbi PiosatB 'Association.
Jibe Pioneer. Attooiation beld its regular quar
terly mee'iiig on 6a'urdny evening, at tbe City
Council Chamber, but the attendance wa not
large. ' President Johnson ooeupied tbe chair.
' I The committee whloh had been appointed
make th necessary arrangement for the oela
bration, on the 7th of April, of the anniversary
of the efttttoment of Ohio, reported' that they
had secured Smith A Nixon's Hall for that
purpose, " '' ''
. 0. T. Reeves, of Cbillioothe, In a letter whiob
was read to the Astoeiation, stated that many
of the pioneers of that violnity were preparing
to att
present
(, On rtfUoD' oommittoe pf five, consisting
of William P. Stratton,, Joseph Coffin, Isaao
MoFarland, Jaoob Hqffner and J. M. MoCul
lough, was appointed to seouro the signatures
to tbe, soasliiuOvon .of all person entitled
meinbtrship whose name bad not already been
enrolled upon tbe book' of the Attooiation.
John D. Caldwell wag appointed to make
necessary arrangements to seoure the auto
graphs, dates of Immigration to or births
the; West of those person's who attend the cele
bration. "
After tbe Association bad fixed tbe price
' tickets at $1 60 It adjourned, to meet next Fri
0y .ailinoop, at tbrf o'oloek.
&tbdtroaIL r,froty'b
DAGUERREOTYPISTS, &c.
jPhotOgraph.
DAOCKRRKOTYl'K, AMBROTYPB, ME
lalnotvao an PhM arraeh
It'rmoTexl from No. W to M Fourth utrwt, bcwn I
Walnut and Vtn. w,ipr .patroni, frioudu, and the 1
puuiic irg infiifi i" run.
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J- J- Jut 753 i l 7
DAGUERREAN GALLERY,
10 .West l-ltlU Street,
CINCINNATI. O.
f
DEWEY & CO.
Gallery,
No. IU FIFTH STREET,
aMTLarge sir Photograph! taken at the Loweet
Price. OALI. AND BKE THEM. 11
I
SALOONS, &c.
INDIAN QUEEN COFFEE SALOON
No. t Bast Pearl,
Keep constantly on hand, Hot Coffee, Tea, Chocolate,
Beef "teak, Dam and Ergs, Ac, Ac, c .,
BggPPKK a mow. 10
AVRITT'S
DINING SALOON,
43 A 43 FourtU St., .
TOR LADIK8 AND QBSTIiEMKN. ti
Central Dining Saloon,
10T Vim Brairr, Two Doors above Fifth, West Side,
CINCIHNATI, O. . :
Meals served at all honra. dav and nleht. In the haat
style. UYttTERt) sorted upat the loweet rates. Par
ties auppuea wiu uetreehmeuts.
30 John M'Donuell, Prop'r.
MBS. W. J. JOHNSON,
lio West .Fourth Street, near Rite,
I LADIES' RESTAURANT,
Ioe Cream Saloon. 49
MEDICAL.
DR. G. W. PHILLIPS'
Magic CJoufrh Syrup
is tne oniy rename reniMiy lor tne rapid ana per
rnanent euro of Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Broncbltlt.
Hooplng-oough, Croup, Sore Throat, Bleeding Lunga
and all ulaeaseeof theTliruat.Lunga and Chest. This
remedy m aafe, reliable, and the only one that lias
proved Itself a unlveraiil remedy for all the above dis.
ensee. The teetlmonlals published are from our must
distinguished citizens here at home, w ho Have been
cureu or na magic power.
Important Testimony.
From Hon. J. W. Chapman, Judge of First Judicial
AJisinci, inuiana. , .
ni aniMijiB Agiw.. irvm.
Dr. Oro. W. PrillIf. Cincinnati. Ohlos-Havlng
1 bottles or your "lugd By rnp,"
nsed several small bottlee of vonr "Congb Svrnn
TierHOriallvand In sit familr. and having aeen ita ef-
facts on others, In numerous Instance of severe cold
And cougns. 1 most cneeriuilv recommend it asan In
fallible remedy In all suoh canes. If this 6rup wero
In general uee, I oonnuentiy believe a large majority
of the colds, aocomnanied bv coughs, that now ternil
nate in Consumntlon. would' be effectnollrarrestod.
In fact, I can see no necessity for any, wbocauobia n
tnls reniouy, netug tnus ainuitea,
Reepectfully yours, J. W. CHAPMAN
Read Tills. Also.
From Hon. B. Storer. LL. D., Judge of the Superior
lourioi vmeianaii. f
Dr. O. W. PHti.iira Dear Sir: Yotir Couch Mix.
tore brx boon used with great success in mv famllv.
belle . a it to be a most safe and efficactona preparation
forte, cure Of Ordinary colds, a well a of chronic
aneotton or tbe throat ana lunge. Manv or my
neighbor, who have felt tbo good effneta of this med
icine, assure me that thoy regard It with great, favor.
B. BitlUBttt.
OR. Q. W. PHILLIPS,
Solo Proprietor,
Sold Wholesale by Bnlre, Eckstein A Co.; John
Park; Geo. M. Dixon; A. Tofel; Allen A Co.; Gordon
A Dro.: caw. ooanmn a vo., j. a. v. neaairi, ana uy
Druggist generally. so
New and Invaluable 1 Remedy for
; the Cure of Rupture. ,
A CERTAIN OUEE.
Tbe undersigned prepare a Plaster out of Swiss
Alpine lierba, which h can recommend to all suffer
ing of Rupturo, a a remedy which will cure this
painful disease In the oldest of casos, in a short time,
without ;palns. Having proved Its most wonderful
healing power during many years' practice in Swlt-
aeriana aua uermauy, ne wouia invite su rupiurou
nersona to give it a fair trial. One not of it, ( tbe price
of which is 930 will effect a en re in moat case. It
for sale at A. TArtti, B vrug ptom, norm-east cor
ner of Sixth and Main streets, Cincinnati,
Da. C. ZUBCHEIt.
STaV-Lattera for furthar Information to be addroesed
to 0. Zurcher, Box 84, Cincinnati, Ohio. 218
RUPTURE.
R8. DANIELS' RADICAL CURB TRU8S,
the only truss known by which Horn! can
treated on philosophical principle; also, Abdominal
Supporters Shoulder It race, Buspeniiora, Elaetlc
Laoed Blocking. c. Airs, vauieis inaxe a snei
of the treatment of all Physical Deformities
v 1. v - I. 1 1 . 1 . Yl.
reel, OUW-l.K", auweunm. urn. niikirv! .
ralyals in whatever pait, Spinal Affections, and
Kurvoiia ItlaMiiNMe.
Offlce and Institute. Ho. 34 West Fourth street,
Ulncmnati, umo ioe
c in
ciuu
8
t
to
to
the
In
of
W. B. DODD 8,
Formerly of Hall.Dodds & Ce,; late Urban, Doddt A
TV. IB. Doddv &. Co.,
HAiirVAOToaxas or ui
Fire
and Burglar Prool
A F H3 S ,
8. VV. Corner of Vine A Second Streets.
Thla la the moat raliabta FTBE AND BUROLA
PROOF SAFE that Is made In the United State.,
1 warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be
at lower prices, and Is of better workmanship
can ne luuna eisawner. ,
W have a large assortment on hand, and are
termineu to teu at price mat cannot lau to please,
Old Safes
Taken In exchange. SECOND-HAND SAFES
way on hand at extremely low prices. vix
Samtiel.A, S8trKeit,
. . , . . . BSALga IN
nnATi 33STAT3D,
Mo. 3 Apollo Buildings,
Corner of Fifth A Walnut Bts.; Clnclnnttl, 0,
The nnderslrned devotes bis entire attention to
hnvlnv and aeTilna' of RaaI EstuLn In thla cltv and
adJoUilDg oountle an Ohio, ludiaua, Kentucky
the Western State on comraiseion at reasonable
rate. Person having such property to sell, w ill
it to tuoir aavautage in applying to ma. as applica
tions are constantly being made for all the dliuirenl
klnda of property, and no charge la made tor adverti
sing or for any other expense incurred in eflorts
aell. nnlesa a sale Is effected. Parties wisbinir to
rbaae, will And it to tbelr advantage, aa fbey
learn in nan an nour or less wnat wouia retnure
u ui iimo ipu inwr iv awmpusu, npw
tboee wishing to purchase Farms or. Country
erty, aa conveniently arranged. Printed descriptions
are aept oi an property tor aie.
44 ' SAMUEL A. BARQEKT.
MAMMOTH STEAM-POWER
Billiard Table Manufactory
J. M. BRUNSWICK tt BRO.'
Combination Patent Cnalilons, Patent obtained
leor, approveu io ue tue Dest rateut t.usuiou. et
Invented by all the acleutld. Player,
A large asaortiuWt 6f Marble Slate and Wooden-Top
' iiuu. areragr. vm umum pbu vmui, suf . q 1DD1 lM
i ' at a moment aotic. r
Offe, No. Jl Sitth itrtit, tei; Muik & Walnut,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic Lotion,
HAVE IIEARD YOUR LOTION HIGH
JL LY EXTOLLKD, and have seen it wendrrful
erects, vieaae to seua woiuur uuuare woriu.
I'.rtiy, 1 1. ji Ait ma at, junsun
Vnr wile bv dealem .unemllv.
aiit.Akr nlfiirn I-... aTar,...iMi.
aorler of Prfauarv. No. So W'eatTuurth atroet.Cln'
twaaii. ,
MEDICAL. THE PRESS.
Advertised Letters,
1ST OF LETTERS REMAINING I IT
J the Cincinnati Poat'Ofne Ratuaoav Evbmim.
Inrch 9d, ISAM
IV All letters adveitlsed are oWcct to an extra
charge of one cent. Persons calling for them will please
T
tin
com e nrepared with the necessarY fthanae.
IFeranns calling for these fetter will please MT
they are advertised, and give number and date of Hut.
iff ino oruce win open at it A m., ana cioaeai nn
P. M . Sundays-Office will open from A. M. to lotf
A M.
Fay- The list helow le made op ewry Saturday eren
ing, between 8 and 4 o'clock, and embrace all the no-
CKiion ior leiteraoi mat wees.
o'clock P. M.
Lilt.
On Saturdays the office III cloned from I to 4
for the purpose of preparing the Letter
LADIES' LIST.
A
Andrews Mrs Attejr Mm Ada Armstrong Mlw 1
Anderson vinan armnrong oirs m i
care of Alice C Fanny Antliony Mrs Fran
Anderson Mrs M'yAdams Mrt Lydla cet
Allison Mrs MarvAdarot MrtLuev Adama JUchael
j AnaeraonAiiaa nai-Annrawa jnisa m v
Atklm Mist Ana lie Allen Mrt Harriet
BagleyMlasCaro-Braiiner Mrs A A Barlow Mri "
line R . Harlow Mm H H HarlaMraK
Bowen Mies M fllndlay MlnH IaiBadgley Miss Hat
ttremen Jennla ttennatt ftl ra Jane tie (T
Uyrne Mrs larvlnllrookfMrMrinnBlck Mrt Mar'ret
n uiackweu siitt at Biacaway jiran
Rannlaur Miaa H A DecknHh 911 le
Hi nramweil jiiidb a noni mm mrKret
Baytery Mrs KateBeker Mrt Rota Baaaett Mrs 8 J
Barnham Miss V Ball Blvira Boyce Mrs'Rach!
itoya Mrs jane ariieiteiniseaawreisiorniniM3ixi
llonupro Eliza u Barry airs m u
Diggsjuisssa Ducner inns uatnanne
c
Chamberlain Mrs CreM Miss Belle Chelverson Mrs A
uornena uoaet ntss Alice uome Annie jj
Casev Mies Ann Clifford Estelle I Carlisle Emily
Cuming tfannlu Cobb M s Eliza CluffMra Jndlah
Curtis Mrs II B OnrreneMniMaryClaypool Fannie
rimmr aiara't ITlirord Mm m t imntw 1 How
irMDnrfl u uoiiina juiaa h Lsner djw Mran
Jofin Mm Wm rah A Conley Mrt Sallle
Jonroy miss uo- uaraon mmijaura viaypooi mrsen.
venla Comlsh Mra Ann nla
Clark Miss MarsMOlark Mits Susan Clark Mitt Jennie
Dona Mine Bridget Donnelly Mrt
Donnelly Bridget Catharine
Deaving Miaa A
Dunham Mrs Eli
, ta L
Dlall Mies Sarah
DelorU alrt II
Dunham Mrs Oar.
nllne
Downer Mrt Annt Davidson Mrt B T
merer nrt ueo m ueu Mrs ai A
Doddridae Mitt Davis Miss Little
Narclasa Dunn Miss Sallle
Donaldsofj Hrg Dona'dson Mrs
B Amanda J
E
Estell MraDldama Estet Miss Ellvla Engle Honor
Elliott Misa Jane drington Mrs Jo-Eaaton Miss Mart
sepnine aiiiou neuasa 4
EllloUMlst Sallle Brans Mitt 8 M
Evant Margaret
Emst Mrs SO
Evant Mrt OB
Veri-la tnnT.ltM Pmsl Alia Fajrln MmTtell
Freer Miaa Annie Vorbet Mr Alice Froat Mrt Geo T
Floyd Mm tut a rirmanurtcmmarreecar tin unta
FontsinMraDJ Fielweller Mrt Fellows MrsOeoW
IniUrMnDll 3 Vannv A Prlta Misa Ellia'th
Furman MrtE H Fowler Elizabeth FrecmanMrsEllen
Knrrall Mrs M Bguiiorigiit Mrs jroiey air uoa-na
Kllnn sua ran rc maryjane . rroeman nacnaet
KnrlM Valine W Peleebne Mm V! 3 Tfthflrtv Adella
Foster AmandaT logMrsElltabemfalrfleldMittMarF
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m
I Griffith Miss Car Garrlsh Mrt Ann Gates MIseE HI
I GabbertMinsEG Gibson Mr Har Grow M
GabbertMinsEG Gibson Mr Har Grow Miss Mary
Gannon Mrs ME Garrison Miss L D Gammer Mlas M
Grlmmott Miss M Glenn Mrs Mary AGoodhue Mist 8
urore Hose Ann onne jirs eanie
TT
Hel lelMrnir Mm AITavnes Miss A Houston Mlas Oar
Howe Mra Eli Harris Mr Fan B Hussev Miss Elv'a
jllinreui iuiss rj nauiursjA ueme.iway inr
llmlffson Mm ll llenrle Mra nana Jnlla
Hawkins Miss M Hicks Mr Marth alley land Mitt MA
Hunter UnMA Jlaghes Misa Vln Hubble Mrs B w
l nut Mm hums llerrtnirton jura rtnanev tltaa Lit
Hever Miss Carrie Jane 0 Hlckins Mrs EdW
Head Mis Susan Howe Mist CecillaUolt Mrt Selina
: , ' f nnd J
James Mrs Chas j Johnson Miss N Johnson Mrs B
1
James Mrs Chas j Johnson Miss N Johnson Mrs B
Jewell Mrs CW Tngersoll Miaa J Jones Mr H w
Tmhoden Mm M Tnskeen Mm M Johnson Mra M
Johnson Mrs 0 Jones Mrs RebecCaJeoks Mrt Sarah
Irvln Miss Bopnia jonet Mr v L
K
Kerr Miss C 8 Kelly Dorothy Keith Fr moes B
Krine Mra K Kendall Miss IS r Klnaev Airs 11
Kenney Miss M Kenott Mits L J Knlff Mrs Loulta
Keating Mrs M R Ktngsman Mrt N Kain Mill N V
Knox Mitt Luoy Kissinger Mia Y
i . IV
'
Lavhole Mlas LewU Mr 0 Mrs
LeibropMrtG Love Mist Emm Lewi Mlas It
Lambcrton Mrs H LlbbyMrs IsabellaLynch Miss J
Lorain Mrs MollyLooker Mr H LewU Mrs M J
Long Mr Mary. , Long Mits Lirtle -Latham Mra M
Little Mrs 51 dry bechler Mrs M u Lna low Mrs
LavercombeMrsYLoog Mr H L Ladow Miss F
Lioraine Mitt 1 Lake Alias m a tanglier aim n
M
is
Morgan Mist An-MortonMrtAgnesMorrlsonMitsCon.
nic K Marks Mrt Annie stantine
Morris Miss B V MolangMrs Miller ElralnaJ
Moss Miss Fidelia Mamon llonora martin mrstlamet
Matthews Liizie Murphy Mary Malone Martha
Morse DrMargtX Markt Mrt ML MaybewMaryH
Manatleld H K Maffitt Mrt M J Moore Mrs Mary
Murray Mrs M Michael Margaret Mitchell Mr S
MooreMrs Lydla Michel! Mollle Murphy Rebecca
Moore Itebecca Mire Mrs Bachae! Myers Miaa Rosy
Miller Susan A Moore Mr s A Maton Alls
Meighen Virginia Mosee Mitt Louisa Morgan MrsGraoe
Miller Mitt Emma
macs
McClelland Ltzxle McGlnnis Catha- MeCartinMary
Mcuaunu &ate nne oieuune nancy
MoMasterGH McMullenRote McCollltter Eva
McCullougb Marg't
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be
Narcltsa Mrs Ade- Nelson Mrt C M Nixon Miss E
. line Nile Mrs Nathan Nolley Mrs 0
Nixon Miss Btbeoca
Illy I Ostvandid Mits O'Day Mill Kate O'Hanlon Marg't
I Georgiana
a-
Co,
Perkins tin Cora Protty Miss Anna Pamell Mits
-errv ansa Aman-ratieraoniuiBB nax- ioius
da bare PoumfredMlssEUa
PrescottMrsBme-Petty MrsEleanorPowell Mrt Ells
line C Philips Mrs
i-niun. mill nui. reri n H oi.rv . , r.iuia mine
cy A Pingree Mrs PertlsParker Mrs
Patterson Mrs Ba- as rnee raits eusan
ran Ann retert mn iome
R
Reegan Mrt Reynolds Alice C Roch Mis D
ttAmeplll MUalt Tteed KUcalmth Ku.MllJannlA
Roaenhaugh 8 J Riley Miaa Jane Roonev Miss
Reed Mrs Licsie BHeardon Margaret Husael Mrt Bate
Ringer Mist Kate Relny Mary Rag an Margaret
Russell Sophia Kiggt Susan P Raper Synthllia
Koyex rrance imager wr , iuifcieigejans
Batclllle Delaney Rice Mra B Bow Mrs Mattl
and
Sims Miss Adella Shields Miss Ann Seott Mist
Steward America BtraueeuaroiinenBymonniairtu
Stewart Mra Shclverton A B ScottGeorgetta
Scull Ellrabeth Still Mn Emma Stockton Esther
Sweeny MlasEUenSliellcutElia ShawMnEllaa
ntrowoiidge Jj Btem Eiuaoem ncott misajennie
Rtoker Mm J&na Stmnann Mm JaneStenhens Julia
Sadler Harriett SkeenMaryJ e harp Mrs Malind
Shoop Mrs Maria Bturgls Miss N A Swisher Mary
Sprlngfellow MaryShuler Miss Mary Splnlng Lodeana
lmmom giArtua Ravage rarmeiui diiici. ncuecva
Schroyer s'UaKRSliaw Mra Wm M Sterratt MnW
Stout Sarah E Shaw Henrietta Sullivan Ellen
Simon Henrietta Sterrett Eltiabeth
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de
Tei ate. Anna Tbomaa Anna Teolln Miaa
1 nomas ciua a xownor aiiuikui iuwu eiunm.
T,ee Rlia VT 1'horndvke Marv ThomaJ Marw
Thorp Mitt Kate Taylor Louisa Trumbull Let
Tooiklns Alice. .Taber Virginia L Iboma Mrs
al
Vtnduten Ann B Tarre Mrs Hanna Tovle Mitt
Vaudewartun
Wrliht Mn Abby Wilson Anna
vvaiiace oi rsa.
Wortdell Emma
Wllmuth Jane
WormellliUcw
Waterhouse J L
winhery Julia .
Westlake Laura
WhealerNancv J Williams
Wilson Mary J Williams Mai
Woods Mary A
MOO
Marv
Weaver Mai garet Woolley Sarah J
Ware Mn Sarah
Yi est Luclnda
WadaBarabR
Waddle Eleanor
Ward Mrs
White Miaa J
W illiam Mary
w esi jiary a
Wallace Miranda
Warden Mra
waten Harah
Woods Virginia
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
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can
mil,
Atllt Christopher Allen Ambrose Anderson A
lhnniHnlf tMlll,,.. Mr Anderson Edw
Atherton Geo Adams B F Artbun
Armstrong Jat Anderson Jno Anderson J no
Aubrey J Alexander HoraoeAraold L K
Aurher Mitehell Antleraon M f
Auc Montgomery Apnlegate R C
Auuer uapi vy a Acxer b a.
aiuaoo Aiex
Allen J B
Afnold W L
Arnold Fandron
Allison w II
Allen Dr N
Ahearn Owen
AtteuboroughOap
tain vv iu
Ackers JatO
Browns
Brown D M
Brown W H
Brown f,H 1
Brown ON
Brown D M
Brown Chat 8
Brown HO .
Brown J D
6 U
Tlmwn E
Brown Mai H B
Brown DW
Brown 0 D
Brown Jno D
Brown Oliver
Deo.
no
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Bauer Adolphut I Barton Chat 8
niacx Amorew nurnt A r
Ballard A
Dleil Ohoa
Bent A B
tlallE
liedi'urd E T
Bally David II
BelUby BF1
Booth A J
Borghn Dan'l
Burt Gen 1
Barker Bdw'd I
lilac David
Baldwin E
Blackburn Chris
Brauienall
Boyoeu K VO
Brunson D
Buck F
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Applearate A Co., No. 43 Main it.
BRAND AND STENCIL CUTTER.
J. D. Mackenzie, ISO Walnut it.
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
MoAlpln, Illumau Ac Co., 103 Walnut it.
J. L. Wayne dc Hon, l'i4 Main st.
CONFECTIONERS.
R. Hodaer, 81 Walnut tt.
E. Jlyers dc Co., 04 Main it.
1 CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Kennet, Dudley Sk Co., It Main it.
1. A. Patterson, 113 Main st.
J. A. Patterson, 1 07 Walnut
Henry Often, 183 Main st.
FANCY GOODS AND JEWELRr
Gardiner's Auction llouie, 134 Main s,
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY G00L-6
I,oul Htlx tV Co., 104 Main st.
Mills & Woodrufl, 73 Main st.
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J. J. Butler, 39 Vine st.
' FOREIGN Jfc DOMESTIC FRUITS.
John Mitchell, tt College Building, Walnut st
GROCERS AND COMMISSION.
Dolleus & Vandowerken, 33 Main st.
Roccra, Son 6b Co., 31 Mais it.
Tait dc Hon, 'J3 Walnut st. ,
Stem, Trcnrhnrd A; .Co. Cor. Walnut A Columbia
Hwcney dc .HcLcllnnd, 14 Main st.
GUNS AND PISTOLS.
P. Powell, 160 Main st.
John ttriflUh, 103 Main st.
HARDWARE AND IRON.
Ilauacr At .llerna, 101 Maiu sl.(
HOUSE FACTORY AND LUMBER YARD.
Mlnkle, Uuild & Co., 303 West Front.
LOCKSMITH AND BELL HANGER.
Davis H. Hunt, 33 Sycamore at.
LOOKING-GLASSES, Etc.
J. C ( owplnild, 9 East Fourth at,
Wm. Wlawell, Jr., 70 West Fourth st.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
Nnrle Jrnnina. lh'i Walnut st.
Samuel Hoyd, 13'J Walnut at.
John W. Beenler, 103 Main St. " '"''
PAPER MANUFACTURERS.
Bachelor, DcCnuip & Co., 61 Walnut at.
Nixon dc Chatflcld, 77 and 79 W alnut st.
REAL ESTATE.
E. Vance cV t o., UWS Main it.
SADDLERY & CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
Hunter, Kdmeaton oV Co., 108 Main at.
SCALES, BEAMS AND TRUCKS.
T. W. Wright cV Co., No. 10 West Second
STARCH MANUFACTURERS.
T. CV i. Vox, 01 Walnut st.
STJSTIONERS.
Anilenton, 4ateaTL; Wright, li't Mtlu it.
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Hedees, Free & Co., 6 Main it,
TRUNKS 'AND CARPET BAGS.
O. XV. Mholl, 37 Walnut it.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
BeicVfMuith,0Wmt Fourth st.
Nathan Kscalcs 4 Co., 100 Walnut it.
H. Heat us, 7'i Main it.
C. Uacainp, U'A Main it.
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Wm. WennlntJi 1206 Main st.
W.CHwift, 157 Maiu it. .
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
Hnowden A Otte, 81 Wost Fourth it. .
Sawyer A Iitrk, 8 College Hall, Walnut it.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
S. O. Burnett & Co., 37 Walnut st.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE. ,
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Feb'y 19, at 12 Noon; Glasg'iw, Thoui.no, Saturday,
March l,do.; Kdiuburgb, Camming, Saturday, April ''
Faow OLAaoow Qiaatrow, Thettsea, Feb'y 19; Id-.
Inlmrg, dimming, March l.
. Hatfh or l'AMMia From Olaagow, flrat elans, tt
fuineasj ateeragv, found with oookid prosielotta.gdo.
rora few York, flrvt outat, H; aUxraga, found with
cooked provisions. Mt
Children onder it years of age, half faraj Infante la
Steerage, free. k
Beturn Tickets, available within tlx months, by
any steamer of this Line.
First clam, 8140; Steerage, tan. . M
An txperienoml Hnrgeou attached to each tUamer. .
For paasajre, apply to
BOBKBT CKAIO, IT Broadway, Hew Tori, '''
HOPKINS BB08..0inclnnatl La) '
Reporter and Detector,
It pnbllthed twice a month In
HEW YOBK, CINCINNATI. LOUISVILLE AM
ST. L0CI8. .
The standing of every Bank In the United States,
Hi, anaine quoraiiona
rirmt of the highest
iree to buy all money at
In each of those oltlee, la reported, and tbe quotations
carefully corrected by Banking Flrmaof the 1
standing, who pledge themselves to buy 1
nnnferi in their rw.fwtertvA locaiiiiea. 1 no Dunusvera
have no Interest In any Banking Inatltntjou or Bro
ker's onloe, and tbe Banker who lurnisn tin raiea
have no Internet whatever In the Reporter. Maeare.
MTTKLTON, LOW HI CO. correct and furnish
the rate for this city. 1
GIRARD HOUSE
(0 tUU lOEOPaUJf PLAH,)
CORNKR CHAMBER ST. AND WEST
BROADWAY, op. Hudson E. B. B. Depot.
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JOHN L. HANSON.
JAMES W. QUEEN tt CO.
OPTICIANS,
824 CHESNUT ST..
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
School Apparatus, Thermometers, Maritf
Lauterus, Aitnematicai lusirumeuis,
Spy-Ulassei, Spectacles, dec. ,
BWA fnll priced and Illustrated Catalogue sent by
mall, raaa or caaaax, on application. tat
MISCELLANEOUS.
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Kelsey & Col's
SEWING MIME ;
SEWS THB THINNEST FABRIC.
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THE UNIVERSAL HTnvrTVIEK,
Folds a Narrow Hem on all Fabrics.
Kelsey & Co.'s
SEWING MACHINE
SEWS THE THICKEST FABRIC.
THE UNIVERSAL , HEMMEB
Folds a Wide Hem ou all Fabric. ,
CALL AND EXAMINE,
-AT- .
INTO- GO, GO, GO,
West Poiirth'Streb't. .
D. W. HABBIN0T01ST & CO., , '
21-W .. Ageuta ,
PRESERVE YOUR METAL ROOFS ,
8TOP YOUR LEAKY ROOF8!
And Protect your. Property, by using
S A IsTOJf ST A LLs'S
Water and Fireproof, Adheatwo a ad Elaatla
' FOR ROOFS.
The Cheapest and most Durable COATING for
Metal or Canvas Roofs ever nsed.
IT WILL EFFECTUALLY RESIST THB
action of Bulphurio and other acids, to destrue
tivetoall ...
Metal or Composition Booft, .
Aud Is Warranted to withstand the Se
verest tent of trie Heat, Cold, or -,
Ralu of any Climate,
and remain perfectly impervious to water. Tt will
not crack by tbe expansion and contraction of Metals,
or from the effeeta of froat.' '
It la not affected by the most intense heat from the
sun, and water can not penetrate It, even by contin
ual exposure. It entirely prevent oxydit itloo.
Metale once coatea with It can not aosoru uioiaiure,
which removes the true cause of corrosion or rust.
Examine and see If your interest will not be promo
ted by giving It a trial. ... .... . ,.
ttM-RiahtH fur mile In manv of the W estern and all
of the Southern States, except Maryland.
i . a. nolo s r.
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer. Offlo.6uW.et
r uunu Dim,, w iwi.flioM..w. w b" w...
Cincinnati, Ohio. . marlft-ft
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etc.
Va
Land
Competition Defied I
titar aisBoraica. ' ihos, h. aiDaaAO
HENRY BISHOPRICK & CO.
, Proprietors and Mannfaoturert of
BISHOPRICK'8 :
INFALLIBLE BAKING . POWDER.
And Wholeaile Dealers In
CREAM TARTAR, BICARD SODA.'Ao.
, . . i . i i
Blshorrlck'i Infallible Baking Powder It an article
unequalled, and which cannot be aurpaaaed donee
competition and acknowledge no superior, even in
this progressive ae; It I well known In the Eastern.
Wee tens and Bouthera States to be a compound of
rare excellence, and is nsed daily for cooking purposes
both In famllle., .team boats, boarding- houaea i to the
Weatera emigrant indiipauaible. . . (Ut
MANUFACTOar AND WBOUSAU PSFOT
111 West Fifth Street, Cincinnati, O.
Tbe Best and Cheapest Place
IN THE CITY
" TO BUT .''
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
. IB At
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT'S
Wholesale Book : Store,
lo. 11 Main St.
SPECTACLES.
THB BEST IN USE, ACCURATELY
fitted to the condition of the sight, and war.
ranted to suit. The beat quality of
- OPERA GLASSES, .
At price to suit all. Largs astortr&ent of
Stereoscopes & Views,
Of tet quality, and at E as Urn prices. (M
arOPTIOAL; MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO
SOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS always on hand.
HENRY WARE, Optician, ,
Mo. 7 West Fourth St., opposite th. High Steeple.
DRUGGISTS AIX NEED IT. "
The American . Dispensatory,
BY JOHN KLNO, M. D
Fin a Bditios Bvled and Enlarged irom th
"Americaa Kclectlo Dispensatory ."
I vol., royal octavo, 147 pages. PBICE, IS 00.
Just published by
Moore, U'llstach, Key A Co.'
12 WEST FOHRTH STBFJEt
H. CAMPBELL & CO.,
MANUFACTURE R8 OF BAR, SlitET,
and Boiler Iron, P)ow Slab, BailroadSpIko.
Etc Also, Agenta for the sal. of Iron ion Star Nails.
Wardroom No. 1 Bast Second Straat, Cincinnati,
i,i.in .
sMTAR kind Iron mads to order.
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