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THE DAILY PRESS
la printed and published daily, (Snndaya excepted,) by
O- 37". U.VTaTi,
At No. 1ft We it Fourth Street,
and dallvsred to subscribers In CINCINNATI, COV
INGTON and NEWPORT, and in surrounding olties,
Tillage and towns, at
SIX CENTS
parable to the carrier.
A WEEK,
PRICE OF MAILING.
Single Copies, t cta. Ona Month, 40 cU.j Tbrea
Months, tl 00; One Tear, fs 00,
AMUSEMENTS.
"Wood's Theater
(JOHN KB BIXTB VINE St CINCINNATI.
OroBa Wood, Manager; Joint Kr.isi.ia, Stage
Mausger; P. B. Umstku, Treasurer.
Prick op Aiihhssiom. Dross Circle and Parquette,
CO cents; Family Circle, ib cents.
Seats can he secured at the Box Office from 10 A.
M. niitlU P. M.
NoTica Tim a CnAKoro. Doors open at U before 7
o'clock; Performance will coraniouoe at 7,S o'clock.
The nianainr takes pride In being able to an
nounce that ho has sucooodod in effecting en engage
ment with the celebrated
STAR COMPANY
From the Varieties Theater, Now Orleans, composed
of the following Ladies and Gentlemen i
Mr. John E. Owim, Mr. C.eorae) Jordnn,
Mr. Mark Smith, lUr. A. II. Davenport, iHr.
W. II. Krlsc.
.Mine N. Uale, Mlaa F. Jackson. Mlaa J. N.
Cinlo, Mrs. Coleman Pope, lHre. I Inula Ber
nard. They will all appear in conjunction with the regu
lar btoolt Compauy.
TttWDAT KVUNINO, June , will be performed
HoiH-clrauU'e moat celobratod comedy, in fife acta,
mlttled
LONDON ASSURANCE.
Plr Hnrcourt ConrHey Mr. Murk Smith
Richard Dazzle, Keri Mr. Jordan
Mark Moddlo Mr. Owens
Ch-iles Courtly Mr. Davenport
Doliv Spanker Mr. Brlggs
Lady tiny Kpanker Mre, llattio Bernard
To conclude with a
Urnnd Pnni1cTrolj...Mi)cftGnlerV Jnrksott
Owing to the length of thn comedy, no other piece
will be performed.
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
GRAND FLORAL CONCERT.
300 PERFORMERS.
MR. R0BBINS WOULD RESPECTFUL
LY announce to the citizens of Cincinnati,
that, owing to many circumstances transpiring,
which were beyond his control, making his hxhlbi
tion at the Opera-house fill far short of what he In
tended It should be, and, bv request of very many
prominentcitirens.hls FAIUY ENTERTAINMENT,
entitled FOBKST FESTIVAL, representing Scenes
In Fairy Land, will be performed at Smith ft Nixon's
Hall, TUESDAY EVENING, June 7. The stsge
having been onlarged, will be made a beautiful For
est, with a green Lawn in front, decorated with
choice Hhrnhbfry, Flowors, Trees, Statuary, Birds,
Ao , the whole forming a truly magnificent picture.
A number of excellent voices have been added; there
by strengthening the vocal parts; and noetrortwill
be spared to make, the entortaiunieut perfect in every
particular.
WWFnr full particulars see programmes.
MTAsiiiiission Wi ; I'untH; two tickets admitting
threo persons. Children half price.
N. B. Mr R. confidently assure, the citizens of
Cincinnati that his Entertainment will bo worthy of
their support, and will be produced in such a manner
as to meet their nntiuaUHed approbation. je
SPALDING & ROGERS'
EUROPEAN CIRCUS.
flOMPRISINO THE ELITE OF THE
European Circuses, Hippodromes and Gymnasia,
elected by an especial agent across the Atlantic, ex
presfllv for Soaldiug 4 Kogers' Now Orleans Amphi
theater, vis.:
M'LLE ELODE L0TALE,
M0NS. FRANC0JS,
M0NS. GULIAMNE,
M0NS. L0YALE,
M0NS. CANE.
From France
And their first tonr In the United States.
' LES FRERE8 CONRAD,
HERR W. CONRAD,
HERR C. CONRAD,
HERR VON PAUL,
- From Germany
And their first appearance In the United States.
MR. E. W. W0LC0TT,
MR. W. B. CAVANAUGH,
MR. F. DONALDSON,
MR. W. WALTON,
From England
And their first tour in the United States,
BEN0R SARCEDAsj
SEN0R CARLOS,
SEN0K C0RDELLA,
From Spain
And their first tour in the United State.
MR. R. OMAR,
MR. GEORGE SARGENT,
MR. W. H. HILL,
MASTER BARRY,
From the United States, and the cream of the Amer
ican Arena.
Will be exhibited on board the Floating Palaoe at
2 and 7 P.M., each duy.
At Greenupsburg, Thursday, June I.
At Bipley, Friday, June 3.
FULTON, SATURDAY, June t, (near the Dry
Dock.)
NKWPOKT and COVINGTON, MONDAY. June 6,
(mouth of Licking ltivor.)
CINCINNATI, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY,
June 7 and s, (foot of Main street.)
At North Bend, 10 A. M.j Petersburg, 1 P. M. and
Aurora, 7 P.M., Thursday, June 9.
Louisville, Friday and Saturday, June 10 and 11.
ADMISSION:
Dress Circle and Family Circle, M cents; Gallery,
36 cents; childreu half price to Family Circle only.
Also, before each Circus performance, In the Mu
seum, the enormous Boa Constrictor, the huge Ana
conda, and the celebrated Skeleton Violinist, all
living. Admission, 84 cents.
Also, after each Circus performance, in the Btdotto
Saloon on the James Kaymond, the uewly-organixed
CAMPBELL M1NSTBELS, comprising the pick of
the Campbell and other Minstrels. Admission, 39
cent. my2S-tf
WESTERN MUSEUM.
MEW AND INTERESTING ENTF RT AINMKNT
EVEBK DAY AND EVENING.
1BE lABOEST COLLECTION Of ANTI
QUITIES IN TUB UNITED STATES.
N. 13. Corner Sycamore and Third Sta.
REDMAN & DURANDO
Merchant Tailors
AND
GENTS' FURNISHERS,
NO. 1ST MAIN STREET,
BETWEEN THIRD AND FOUBTH BTBEET8.
The beat Crayons, 1" ranch Chalk, Squares and Yard
ticks, for Tailors, constantly on hand, lee than
ran be bought Eat or Weet of the Mountain).
myU
Wait.- .4i j. 4
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VOL. I. NO. 90.
; 1 V?l lijj
CINCINNATI, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 6 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
IN CAXVASLNO THE MERITS OF
SEWING MACHINES,
Do not fall to examlno the latost improvements of
the ago.
The elliptic Lock-Stitch
AND
Improved Shuttle Sewing Machines,
- Of -
Slqat&Co.
We aro desirous that all should, by a persuual In
vestigation, meaauro the merits and compare these
Machines with all others, as, bv this scrutiny, the
customer is best convinced and we count It as sure to
result in our decided favor.
Office, 5'Z West Fourth St., Cincinnati,
FRANK HENRY, Afffnt.
LET THE LIGHT SHINE.
MADAME LA ROSE,
FIIIE FAR FAMED WORLD-RENOWNED
-- ST AH ami PIOSEKIl of PROGNOSTIC AS
T KONO.Mi , has entered the Queen City of the West.
She can he suen at Hiram Sloop's Boarding House,
No, o.l Fifth street between Vine and Dace, whero
she respectfully Informs the citizens of Cincinnati,
who wish to listen to her revelation in regard to all
business matters, to come at onco. She will enable
you to recover lost property; will describe every por
son imiuircd nfter: will allow the likcuees of your
future wife, or husband; creates love; cures jealous) ;
bring together the separate; cause speedy marriage,
Ac. Describes all diseases, and perfects a cure under
her treatment. For consultation, Prlco only 81,
each. If not satisfied money returned. For further
particulars aMgce smaii bills. jo2-aw
COVINGTON
SEWING MACHINE DEPOT,
JAMES CAFFREY, Agt.,
MAGNOLIA HALL,
Madison St., bet. Pike nnd Ncrcnth St.,
jol-am COVINGTON, KY.
P C. KINXEY, PLAIN AND ORNA-
MENTAL PLASTERERS - Materials fur
nished aMd work done at the shortest uoth o. Lime,
Nulls, Lath, i'liiBtcr of J'aris, Cement, lMnfteiiiin
Hair, tiro Hrick and Cluv, for sale. Also, l'litster
Iiik material made up ready for Immediate uso. All
orders promptly attended to. Office, South-east cot
ucr oi i'oarl and Western Row, Cin., O. lell-mut
FRESH TABLE RUTTEK.
IAM NOW RECEIVING EXTRA TABLE
BUTTER, by Express, from Marvsvlllo, Ohio.
Each fumiliee 1b in Boparnte tirklns so as to have it
extra. Do uot fall to come aud see lor yourselves at
A. DiGKAW,
lel-aw . 5ft Sixth street. Cincinnati, O.
MARBLE WORKS,
CORNER PLUM AND EIGHTH 8T8.
WM, BR00KFIELD & BON WOULD
cull attention to their large stock of Marble
Mantled, Monument, and Posta to mark cornors ol
Cemetery lots, of every sizo of Italian and American
Marble. luys-aine
MEDICATED STRENGTHENING
PLASTERS. These Plasters aro excellent
romet lee In cases of pain and weakness in the side,
breast or back ; also, In rheumatic atections,coiK!li,
asthma, sprains, bruises, nnd kidney or sninal nttec
tlons The Arnica, Galbanuni, Pitch, Poor Man',
ud Hemlock Plasters, are manufactured of vano'is
tizee. ou kid or cloth, and Poor Man's on raper, byti.
A. GRIFFITH, and supplied to de-tors and druim
onaa good terms ae any mannfacti..xra in the U.S. (to
CUPPING and LF.i:cill(;
rHIHE UNDERSIflNED respectfully inforuiB
his friends, that he has removed from 310 Main
street to lia) Sixth street, and has taken an ottice
next door to the Soitthgate House, between Race und
Klin streets. Ho will, as usual, attend toCnnpinv,
Leeching, Bleeding, and Teeth Extracting. Thank
ful tor former patronage, he respectfully ask for a
continuation of the same.
Me The best European Loechoi for sale.
iny2S-:w JNO. 8. KOHL.
GliASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
STEAM TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL, BELFAST,
DUBLIN ANB LONDONDERRY
FOR $30.
raox NEW YOBK.
Gloxcow, Thomson. ..Saturday, May 14, at 13 noo I
I'.iliiiuursli) Cuiniuiug.. Wednesday, Juno I, "
tilnauow, Thomson " July ft, "
EdiuuurslijCumming.. " July 27, 11
raosi GLASGOW.
Eillnburfihi Cunnniug... Saturday, May 7.
Ihnow, Thomson " June 11.
Ivdiubumli, Cumming... " July 2.
Rates of Passage from New York, Philailelphla or
Roston, to Glasgow. Liverpool, Dullest, Dublin or
Londonderry, lirst claes, ftti. Steerage, found with
an abundance of properly-cooked provisions, l&JO
An experienced Surgeon attached to each atoamer.
No charge for medicines.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
ap.7 ROBERT CRAIG, 17 Broadway.
STRANGER'S GUIDE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS SEEDS.
Wilder, Robinson cV Co., 30 Walnut street.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Anplecate A Co., No. 45 Main st.
Anderson, Gates cV Wright, 114 Main at.
BURNING FLUID AND COAL OIL.
Chan. A. Junghuuna, corner Third and Mill ts.
CABINET MAKER'S HARDWARE.
McAlpin, llinnmu cV Co., 103 Walnut st.
J. In Wayne cV Hon, l'i i Main at.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Kennet, Dudley cV Co., I'J Main St.
FLUID INK MANUFACTURER.
J. J Butler, a Vine st.
FOREIGN fc DOMESTIC FRUITS.
John Ilitchvll, tt Collego Building, Walnut t
LOOKING-GLASSES, Eto.
Wm. Wlswell, Jr., 70 West Fourth st.
MEDICINES.
Dr. C. W. Robnck's Scandinavian Blood Pills
and Blood Purifier, No. 0 East Fourth street, sec
ond building from Main.
PAPER MANUFACTURERS.
Bachelor, DeCamp dc Co., ttl Walnut at.
Pollock cV McCall, 334 Walnut at.
NUon cV ChatOeld, r aud TB Walnut at.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Dr. W. II. Hwnnder, 10T Longworth at.
Dr. W. U- Beck, 87 Broadway.
Dr. J. C. Ileok, 87 Broadway.
SADDLERY k CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS.
Hunter, Kdmeston Ac Co., 16S Main at.
SCALES, BEAMS AND TRUCKS.
T. W. Wright Co., No. 10 West Second st.
SEWING MACHINES.
Geo. B. gloat fc Co., t?A West Fourth atreet.
SUGAR-CANE AND GRAIN MILLS.
Hedges, Free cfc Co., 6 Main at,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Beggs cV Hmlih, 6 West Fourth at.
Oskamw fe Bro., 108 Main st.
WINDOW SHADES AND OIL CLOTHS.
Snnwden A Otte, 'i 1 Weet Fourth at.
Sawyer A Kirk, 8 College Hall, Walnutst.
WIRE CLOTH AND PRODUCTS.
8. G. Burnett oV Co., 37 Walnut at.
SALOONS, &c.
THE PLACE
H. tOt MAIN STREET.
FISIC & EDGAR,
.CINCINNATI. myl.
UEMOVAIj.
WM. MOREHOUSE A CO., have
Removed tholr
Upholstery ana Bedding Store,
From tho corner of Fifth and Plum streets, to No,
l.v. Nycainoro street, Fast Side, between Fourth end
Filth streets, at the old stand. jet
Advertised Letters.
LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN
the Cincinnati Post-office Saturday Evenino,
June 1N6'..
llfAll letters adveitlscd are anhjoet to an extra
ch.n -e of one cent. Persm.s calling (or them will pleaso
comepreparcd with the necessary chance.
ITTersons calling for these letters will please aay
they are advertised, and give numlvcr and date of list.
1T The office will open at 7H A M., and close at 6H
POl. Sundays-Office will open from V A. M. to 1H
tlT" The list below is made up every Saturday even
InK, between Hand 4 o'clock, and embraces all the uncalled-for
letters of that week.
tW On Saturdays the office Is closed from to 4
o'clock P. M. for the purpose of preparing the Lettct
List.
No. 23.—June 5, 1859.
LADIES' LIST.
A
Arrlien Miss Bell Atlev Miss Adda
Allen Mrs Anna Abbott Miss Eliz:t
Ahny Mrs Marion B Avcrill Misttie 1
Allen Mi?s Luciutla A Anderson Mrs Lama
Anderson Mrs Cecilia E
nritllnch.ini MrsC F
Heirs Mis Catherine
Hattner Mrs Charlotte
Itovil Mrs Clementine
Harlow Mrs E II
Itrndshaw Mrs Jane
Hcec!iam .Mrs Jano
Hell Miss Julia
H:illcy Miss Mary A J
Il iker Mist Minnie
Beck Mrs Liz.ie
Uode Miss Sallio
lloll Sarah A
Bailey Miss Ella
burrtt Mrs Frances
HrtU'inRU Miss Martha
Biselow Mrs II H
llii kan Mrs F. A
llrown Miss Jennie
Drown Miss Harriet
t'nrhln Miss Anna W
Chaml'ers Miss Anna
Casev MissAnnEliiubeth
Crr Mls Ada
Cruifi Miss Unimctt L
Curler Mrs Eliza
t'olt man Mrs Jaue
(!a ranee Miss Maggie
Conncll Miss Marl l
Clavcndoie Miss Kate
Cooper Mifs Mary J
Cui-hnian Mary
Corconm Mrs Thomas
Care Miss Marilla
Camei-uii Mis Eliza
n
Harrie Mis Carrie M
B;itzner Mrs Catherine
B:i rrie Mrs Carrie M
R'.hlwln :rs liwltrht
llejui Mrs Klizabeth
lladenly Mips H C
lVirton Miss Ida
Italian Mis Mary 3
Bush M rs Mary A
Brooks airs Maria
tlllck Mas Rolicrt
Bode I v Miss Sarah
llirt Sarah
Booker Miss Moille
Boyd Mrs Ninclnla
Hitter Mis Rebeccn
Butt Mr- Tibatha
Blythe Mrs Phochy
Brown Anna G
Brown M.S3 Jane
C
Carroll Mrs Alice E
Chauiberlin Mis Amanda
20orten Miss Caroline
Calvert Miss Annie
Cummings Miss Georgia
Coulter MrsKllza
Cbeeucy Mm.) W
Contiov Miss Mary
Clain Miss Mary
Chapman Mary 8
Chapman Mrs Loul&t
Cummins M iss M innie 0
Carlwright Mrs Mollie K
Cure Mrs N A
Cook Miss Iliittle A
I
Davis .Mrs C C
Divis lliddv t'
Deily Bridget
Oivie. Mrs V.liz'ibeth
Davis Mrs Jennie
Dobbins Miss M L
Diiucsii Mm Mury Jane
Duval Miss Kate
D ivennort Miss Martin E
Duflce Miss Itebecco
T...,:m Mi.. Hall
Day M
De Witt Mrs
iJ.wis Miss Angellne
Dawsfin Miss Klleu
lvublne ils 1'lliabeth
Daniels Mrs H T
Dryer Miss Kate
liavies Mis L A
Iiuitfimore Mrs Margaret A
Donavan Mrs Rachael
Daggett Mrs Frances
Dav Miss J K
iss Ada J
E
KcRleson Miss Kllzaleth Enos Mist Mary
Klmlck Mrs Mary Kvlna Miss Sarah M
Elkina Amelia F.xoherst Mrs Jane
r
Ferguson Mra Angurlon L Fuller Miss Annie
Kermitiar Mrs Annie F Flnlann Miss Catherine
Freeman Mrs Ellen Foley Emily
Flint l lei Maria Fry Miss Lavlna
I'linn Miss Mary Ann Forney Miss Leone
Kudlong v,lss Mary Farquahar Mrs 8
Ford Miss Sallle M Field Mrs Aramlnta
Finch Mary
G
Oinnircr Mrs C P Could Abhr
(liirt ison Mrs C D Oasaaway Mrs E A
(lee M's Fanny M (llenn v rs Jane L 9
Irav Mrs Josephine I udy Mrs LuccvettS
Orove.lrs Margaret A Clllesple Mrs N A
'lillen Mra Marv Jane Callnnher Mrs Mary
flibsou Mrs Jbir- Hillwrt .Miss Prlscc Ihl
fio.h.n Mitut kucliel tilenn Miss Sarah B
tfilison Miss Sullie F. itfin-isou M.tss Samarnntht
'Irsnt Mm Si,i-h !il' ert Mrs 11
Cosborn'Mles Eugenia 3 Oreen Mrs Mary W
Uib&on Mrs John
II
narnev Miss Caroline Hlslcs Mlns Allen
Ilarrliig'on Mrs C C Harney Miss Caroline
Hogan Miss Bridget Handy Miss Clara Amelia
Home Miss Caroline Hay Miss C Augusta
Heady Mrs Emma C Hornsby Miss Elizabeth
Hicks Miss Fannie M Hall Mrs DS
Hargmve Mlai Julia Holcomh Miss Josephine
Harold Mrs J Hnvs Miss Mollie
Helms Miss MaHa Hoaglaml Mrs Martlia
Hannah Miss Kate Hays Mra Rosanna
HHyden Mrs Susan M Heiul Mrs Susan
Humes Mrs 3 C Hosier Miss Sallle
Hannah Miss Mary Eliza llinton Mrs K P
Hcljertstcr Miss Marion Hale Mrs M M
Howatt Mra Susan
I J and Initials
Jenkins Miss Caioline A Jenkins MrsAlmira
JohusUin Mrs
Johnson Mrs M D
Jackson Miss Kute V
Keating Mrs Catherine
Keungh Miss Cutheriuc
Kerr MUs lUlcn L
Kost Ellen
Knight MissEufcnla E
nenueuy Mrs iewm
Laws Mrs Anna M
Letch Mrs Cclestine A
Little Miss Khzuieth
Lloyd Mrs Elizabeth 3
Lawson Miss Josephine
Lilrces Mnrv 2
Luughrey Mrs Lueretla
ii
Isaacs Mrstleorua
James Miss Mary A C
Jones Mrs Mary
K
Kirton Mrs Anne
Killwurne Mrs Elizabeth A
King Miss CcorKtanu 1
Knight Mra E J
Kinff Mrs Henrietta 0
Kartllnff Miss Kate
KuUen Mis. Ly dia
1j
Laing MIssBettie
i.eecii si is A at
Lewis M rs Daohnev R
Lawson Mis Eliza A
Looker Mrs Harriet C
Leonard Miss Lucy C
Lee Miss Fanny
Lee Miss Kate S
Lumvam Mrs Marv K
Loury Miss Mary E LangdonMis
Lowell Miss T eresa
Macs
McDermott Mrs McClure Mrs Talltlia
McCullouhMlss Margaret McSaylor Miss llattie
McMalionMis Eliza
Metcalf Miss Annie
Mayce ('lara
M irtin Mrs Emallns
Morgan Mrs Grace
Mackling Miss Jennie
Miller IIks Heater
Miillnv Mrs John
Miller Miss Maria Louisa
Morrow Louisa E
Miller Mrs Lizzie
Miller Mrs M
Mo. Icy Miss Martha
Murphy Miss itebecca F
Maratta Mrs Sareh
Moore Miss Wtlhelmina
Mayuer liss Rosa A
Mticalf Muis Annie
Kay lor Elisabeth
Newton Miss Mary F
N orris Mu SO
Olmsted 'Charlotte
O'Bryon Miss E D and 0
Ormsjy Miss M Louisa
O'Kane Miss hutli
Oakley Mrs 0 P
Parker Miss America M
Purker Mrs K K
Poulin Eugenie
Philips Miss Emma
Parker Mrs Matilda
Packer Miss Maranda
Rennlngton Miss
KantieldMlm Annie 01
Rose Mrs Elizalieth
Rdmey Miss Jennie
Robinson Miss Ida a
Kukurld Miss Christina
Hohinctt Miss Mary
Reeves Mrs WO
Held Mrs Sarah
Strawn Miss Adelaide
Stockwell Mrs Elisa
Shotwell Mrs B
Sweeny Mrs Jano
Shldler Mm Isabella
Symuis Miis Jenny A
Rpear Miss Maggie
Siaul MrsPaiiliue
Sheridan Mrs Kale
Seaman Miss Kute
Sayre Miss Sarah E
Sweeny Miss Ellen
Sanders Miss Laura
McDonald Miss Anne
HI
Murphy MrsC
Miluer Miss Annie
Morris Miss Eliza Ann
Moore MrsF Shaw
Marks Miss Josephine
Milton Mrs T M
Manluon Jane
Miller Mrs Martha
Mein Louisa
Murray Mary M
Murray Mrs Mary
Miller Miss Mary
Marsh Miss Lavlna
Maddocks Mrs W 11
Montgomery Mrs Sarah J
Murray Mrs Cordelia D
Mason Mrs Catharine
N
Nerney Miss Marv A
Nevell Miss Emily
Neavea Mis Tillotson
O
Osgood Miss Annie J
Owens Harriet C
OnenheimerMisR
Uldhain Mrs Rebecca
Ormsby Mrs Lov
P
Power Bridget
Philips Miss Frances
Parker Miss Elmira 3
Parker Mrs Lucy E
Pollock Mrs Mary
Parker Mrs L
R
Roberts Miss
Randall Miss Agnes
liindley Miss E Ida
Robinson MrsT W
Keeder Miss Julia A
Rogers Kate 0
Rearldon Miss Margaret
Kloe Mis Elizabeth
Robertson Miss Ann
H
Sharpen Mi's Ells Ann
Khepaid Mrs E B
Siuiderson Mrs Eliza
Stephens Miss Harriet
Slurbs Mary
Snurllng Mrs Martha F
Shoemaker Miss Mary j
Steln'y Mrs Mary A
St Clair Miss Manha
Sebright Marsaret
Sexton Miss WilmlnaW
Sherman Mis A E
stiuitze jmst sue
Suephard Mis E
Smiths
Smith Miss Carotins
Smith Mrs Mary 0
Smith Mrs Daniel J
Taylor Miss Annie
Titus Miss K turns 0
TlllltsonMlssMaryA3
Titus Mrs Martha A
Thomas Miss Mary II 1
Thompson Mrs Lusls
Tine Mrs MA ,
Vioksrs Him Mary
Smith Eliza Jaue
Smith Mrs Lucy 0
Smith Miss Oliv
T
Toole Bessy
Thompson Mrs L
Thomas Mts Mary A
Tlmmlns Miss Mary
Thomas Miss Mary Jane
Terry Mrs Ellen
V
Valentine Miss Sarah Jane
Van Camp Mis KUen
TV hlieMIsi Amanda
M'hlteMrs "Arlist"
Walters Mrs Anna
White Mrs Ada B
wii Ins Hell M
Walter Miss Ailelbnit
Whitmorc Mrs K
n ni lace M rs 1 A
"illlace Mrs K
w
Walker Miss Jane
Woollev Mrs Marv
WormeH Mis Lin le 3
Wright Mrs Martb i
Woods Miss 1s
Williatns Mrs Matilda
Wolf Mrs Pamelia
Maters Mrs ! F
Wilson Mrsbllver
Watkins Miss Frances R 1 Walters Miss Sarah
Williams Mrs Kstticr Wlifeler Mi-s nncv
WeddleElla Woodruff Miss Josephine i
walker Miss Jennv Williams Mrs l.uey A
Williams Miss Jennie K Welles Mrs LouKi
Woolen Miss Jane
Y
Young Mrs Kate L
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Adkin Fred Anawalt Ueo B Adams K
A Held i Ferdinand AtklnsCeo Asbb-v II
AlrsJnsM Arnold Jos Archer Hugh 0
AshworthJas AudisioJohn Addv M
Allen Nathaniel AlcxundcrMP Albrlsbt Rich D
Adams Wm Allen Wm W Allen Wm C 3
Aldriilge Wm II Anderson SaiullI Appletou Win
Avery S M
n
Belfor Arthur BnnnellAaron Bllllngs&Co
HowdloAM Ballard Cbns II Bartholomew Chas
Barton Tance & CoBarnes ii t:o Honb-u A tonso 3
Bromley Mr Butter AT Banks A D
Brings Dr C Bnulen AD Bker B-n i
Bell Cbas F Bower A Hlakely 11 l
Billion ChasH Hrattontieo Broome (ieo D
ii'tinrmnti uaU'iieiorCapta'nli'fKiev lieu
Barlier Goodrich Frank BookerD
Hamum F 1) Baker David B Hurkliart Dfc Co
Bickley DrflWl. Baxter John M Bndxclund J A &
Beri-ymanJas Brother Henry Co
Bailey Jos R Berry J BleckerJosM
HilrnsJohnC HridKcs John D Hates llenrv M
ll ikei J 11 born John Barrett Jas'E
U irnes Dr Joshua Broderick J M it Blair Joint
Bayless Rev Ja Co Rates John
Burnett IIS Raltzly J W Br.ittJos
Baker John A B. II Hon tin Hunce ,1ns W
H.irou John Hridclund J A k lirougliton M H
Brogan Michael Co Baradis Lcais
Barnard Louis Barnes Lorcn H iker Lewis
Beck Lewis Bishop M S Bishop R
Black Peter R. Hope P Bloom Peter
Bennett O J Barney R D Bai tbolf T W
Buckley Stephen Bateman Walter BHiop Win
Berkev Thus II Blackburn Titos Rllarr Samuel A
BebbWma Bond Saml Bealy Wm R
Bacon Theodore F Brcdwcll Thos l.lrbis Wm I"
Bosworth T B Brailfoid Wm Baldwin Cbas P
BartlettMr Benton CC Bovd CoKjicton
Beadner&l Smith Burkner Edward Co
Browneling G l Boley John Bryant 0 C
Ilrowns
Brown Geo C Brown Jas
Brown John Brown Edwin Brown A
Brown Aaron Hrown Asa W llrown 0 W ft
Brown Abraham Rilrown 0 W
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Cbappel 11 K & Co 'J
Cuuuingham Mr Cotton Benj A Covlc & Co
ConoverC Cogan Andrew 3 Civile Adam
ColeEmsttisP Cimad F H Custer George
Conlray David Coomlie Elijah Carrell Kdwanl T
Ck'roi:iiKGcorpcWCariirv.Deniiis Connelv Edward
Cjliuirn.lamesKECuuniiiham J W Cuiniitightun jlen
Cegalaw Horace Champliu J 31 rv F
Cununins JosephConrad John Cadirallidcr J D
W Caldwell John S Ciiug II
Clement II 8 Cramer Henry Chandler Herman
Clapole Joseph Chillse.Tohn Cusliman LcGnind
Clancy Michael Chandler L S B3
Cohen MortonS Chandler L L Colbert Phil
ChamberllnOliverCorry Wm P Connolly William
P Colston Thomas Carter Samuel II
Chrishmh Simon ColKrn W B Cvommeil T
Cocket Thomas CoivmanWilllamMChedetcr William
Conk John V Clark John Clark Daniel J
Clark W illiam Clark George Cook D R it Co
Clark SG Collins Amos Collins Win
Carpenter 3 L Cnmpbcll F OrawfordCornellus
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Donohue Cornel's Devorc et Co Punlcry or Kin-
DardisAnd Denlse Condlt cade
Duffleld is 0 Day E H Denney Geo B
DawDan'l Delaney Dennis Dixon Josiah
Draddy.Tno DayJnolIU De Wolt Hosoa
DyeJnoS DeyoJnoH Dickson Jos
DuttnnJas Dixon Joslah Durham Howard
DarrellJno DenninsOS Doluharly Pat'k
Dean I'airick Dwislit W Dreier Tnco
DrurvThos DrakeTliosN Dver W
Dora V N Dillon Sam'l P Dinsmoor Sam'l
Davidson Wm D ividson Jos Davidson B F 3
DaviesRevE8 Davis Win
Dudley Wm DevlnnyWm Daniels Walter
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Ellis Cbas B Edwards A ifreil Kvnns & Meyer
EstillH KberbartJnoJ Ksmond Jno
E igleston Jno EveretJuo Evans Henry L
Briiin JtioW EunlsJnoM I'lllisJivi
Everist.TnsJ Fli inrer Louis 1,'lv S V
Earns WF Ellis Wm It EruutW&Co
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FIslgersM Filler A I. M Fabnesrosl: H 1 U
Frederick Charles Fluke Cil.l Co
Freer Charles Francesco CerifoliiFindlavAlexand'.'r
Foster Charles II Flnmm Christian Feilders Chin lea
Frazier Ferdinand Flemings Geo Fox Geovire W
Ferris EH Ferris J C Fisher Edward W
Fnrnsworth J Or- Ferrell Jos A Frazer John
ton Frend John l-'ri -ml Jacob H
Fanisworth JLee- Frank Isaac Foley Henry
la9 Franklin Joseph Fumlierll
Fenglln MicliAel Farrclly 0 B Forbes Miles 3
Fosse tt Peter F Fitrgerald Peter Ferguson Philip
First amuel Fowler 8 N Kaii-bum W W
Fay William Fisher Samuel S Find ley Samuel
Fahrique Andrew Furstenhelm II Fnrrell Thomas M
II Fowler S S it Co
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Ganet Anthony Oil! C B UihlionsChasN
Glenn EK Greeu George or Gilbert Edward
Gmntman V James Grlswold Dan'l
GamlesFre Gillen George J liridley Fnncis A
Grant JamesE Gilcbrest Jotin GangoolvJoeuthC
Gniss Isntcl Goudy Joseph C Gossin Jacob
Gorbutt Joseph Green JaredU Gillasule.I W
Gest.lC Garrison LS Goldsmith M
Guild Preston M Galliger ltichai-d Gould Ray
Geerln Peter Goulilv HoUrt Gaddis Samuid
Ourrin W H Grinnell Wm GidiliiiKs Smith
GnsboniSC Goodloc Vivian GurlilyAT
Giles AudrewC Griffith & Knight Gaskins Samuel A
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Htifrman Adam nanna Edwin S Hill ATred V
Hutcliiuson Ahra- Howes A T .1 HnucrDr A
ham HendingAW Hill David
Haseltine Charlie Haynes G S Housiau Gabriel
D Hatfield D Henderson Ebenc-
HofTmanE Hunter Garret V serE
Huston GW Homer Oeorgo Ilorcan Daniel
Herod E A liougiand John H Hawkins John J 3
Hav James Barr Heaton Henry II Hotchk iss James
Hudson James W Hope John llovtj W
Haven Jos G Ileustis Joseph Hu'smanJH3
Holland Jesse IlillcnJFE Hadley Joshua D
Hammond Jos W Harting Henry ilalbul H
Hiagins John HillerJT Hurley James J
Hauser Jas Dick- llalliert Horace liusou 11 M
son Hermnnce H Haitly James n
HortonJamesC Hartleyllll Hiuea Marshall
Hanover Louis Hill M Hen M K
Harding L J HntchkissOE Hiifii. P
Hazzanl Robt T Hammond O M Humble Thos
Hale W F Holbrook S S Hill S S
Henry William Hartwell 8 Walk-Honple Samuel
Holmes James A er Hollinan W W
Hays W Hiicc 3 Huhbanl Thomas Hoalbrook Sanford
Hall William B HendiickW Hunter William 3
HoxallWuiH Hannau Thos HortonWll
HallCn Hall C A3 Harris Obis
Harrison J W Hennis & Wheat Hy land John
Hopper Henry J Hambaugh Thos C
Initials
Publishers "Ladies Wreath" Editor and Publisher
of the "Coach Makers' Magiuiue" M. A. M
Proprietor of City Hotel Publishers "We-tern
Methodist Protestant" Captain of steamer Victor
William.
Jones and Johnsons
Jones AlpheusB Johnson Alex B Johmnin Charles
iiuncB ci a .lone., uounson joiin it
Johnson James B Jobuaon Joseph S Jobu-ou Jean
.lohnsnn Wm .Tolxi...,, W V .1..h,t.n Ttr W
Johnson Thomas Jones WmW Mount
113 Jones James
I and J
JewellCWS Jackson Albert G Jackson Asa T
Jackson D II JewettDS Janes O
Irelan John R Jenks Henry B Jenkson J T
Judson John B 8 Ingleby John V Irwin L C
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James 8 E A3 Ives tv J
jack perry Jelleriss limes Phillip P
Kelly John Kelly T M KingWmA
Kelly James Kilwore Chas Kuell Andrew
King eyEW Keruey James T Keller Harrv N
Knash Joseph Keller John R Kennedy John L
KulugJamesW Kennedy Mosea Klrkpitrlck Uubt
Klinu lliiluin If ........ t T) L-i...fl .
; . 1. uni'H x niniiiii i nomas
KentZenasM Kavanaeh Mike AKeudolf Joliu H
Rent I nomas KracklcrB Kidney Win
Keeler Samuel Kirk John 0 Keiier'Capt
Knickerbocker JHKeys T 1
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Lurges August ii Longley E M Lewis George N
iiuYuiiu j.auauiier isaan l.earv Julio
l.vnn.Tri l.;v..unAn.. I ii n .an.
Latin Louis Lemmon Nicholas Lc klchn Michael
i e,n?x" " Luguo Patrick Lemion CiKts
Litch Wm Lee S II Long W
Lawrence T P Levsssor Armand Lutton Josnnh
i.tter John r Leonard V 11 Lawrence Jiilden
llfanu
McFarland W McBean Daniel 'cn,illeny Peter
McDowell J 0 McOalliok David MeElheny John
K"y ut "' Mi Donnald John McCoivelf J C 3
p ,um jucjiai;an raincit McMullenJ
McKenne Alex'er JlcLane ArehllinlilMcMulleniiMoors
McCabe JW McCullough Jas II MoCorinick WinB
SKPurIV,UTk V Co.ralclt Vm CMcCouibs John D
SloLweu Jauie. ' "cuiiniock tv x
iff"" J.ln N C Mason J W Martin Samuel
Ml!&JLnh f"-W'lHp Miller J,",, M
Miller Joseph Morris 1) Morris David
Morris Wm Jlayer Chal May August
Moon Mr Mltohcl Allen Merrlok Dr C E
Mullen BBS Marslial Andrew Maseoner Capt B
Mlddl.kauff Dan'IMack Kllsha Moerkirk Edward
Morrow Dell
Mann G P
Masterson Jas
Maddom John
Mitchell John
Mans. II John
Murrav John
Morse M P 3
MHicll Richard
Moore It A
M.iloy l K
Muss-in J If
Morton Thos J A
Moss W 1'
M irsh Liulier II
Moses John C
Noris Mr
eilf A V
Norton KII P
Ncrncy ilcliacl
Norm.m M'm
XcvcsT M
Older Chas S
O'l.'ouiiell Dan'l J
G Lnughlin Pat k
Mnrilecal 0o W
Maxwell G M
.Mnckoy Hirnm
M.issie Henrv
Mus-rova John Mulray John F
Murrav J B fc Co Mitchcl Jos Si Co
.oorin .Minn .i
Madtson It A
MnVin Itol-jit
M-irsliall Oliver
M ir-b ill W J
Mergy Thenlmld
Moriland Wesley
Meclll Wni .
MerrU k C E
Myon P I,
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Xah A
Nichols Kdwanl
Nay lor John
Nolilo W 11 L
Neae S W
Mondel F
Mitchell Gee
Mosi'-r Illram
rilayhew Jas
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Mitchell Owen W
Monglier Patrick F
Mergey Peter
Moon Wm
Maiden W T
Muir 'i'liomaa
Mncel.a'-lieria
M:isv Geo f
Noikes Benj
Norman Gllliert
Nourse Jowidi
Nicholson Vslen
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O ll.tltlm, .li.ltn I l-n. I II
Gstiorn Solomou 0
Phillips Solomon Phillips James L
Patterson E R Palmer J II
Pearson H B Pearson John
Poller Anson P. Paine Cbas G H
Parsons A C Parker Aloah
I'! o" Vll n J !!"" 1 John E
I'lpllis J W Patlon .1 Ferris
Piich John Ilrrcs- Peters Henry
ford PratherJP'
1-rea.sier jonn fiirllcrll
I'orter.N'alliauicl F Parse M 3
Prior Ricliard D Piitr), k Wm
Prcsser Theodore Ptiikucy Dr T A
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Patterson Hugh
Pearce James
Paine Andrew L
Pease Professor
Trior Gcorse
l'asejohn W
I'le Ins .lames II
Perl John
PatchJD
Prous J A
Pane K Ki
Pylwnd W
l'arker Vincvnt
Robinson Wm L
Roliinson J
Mei'BS
Rogers 4l C'J
Kllev Edward
lticbaiil II S
Kin lnll Alvin
Ratjiiiiund it Co
Bobbins Prof C
Roliertson Antlr
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Koseharoiish T K Ked John
Hgg John Hifi'i John
Rohbinson JohnT Robinson Wm
Ho luorsJoj. ph Rogers F W
Ro li'ers Charley Hoers Rolert
U d;"'its Rii ley Roliert W
ilev I Ite.ny Patrick
l.i. hardson James Rid. r Charles
Randall Dr Jlnvmoiid DrCH
llabb Alexander lteymond Abtum
Rodcfcr Christo-
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Reppetto G D
nivers juiin li
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Rittenhouso Hen- Kamsdnil Joshua Reed Iuic N
Reasower Calvin
Hoot A
hsmscy George
Russell J W
R ivielr John If
Rudolph James
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Ilideiiour Ja'
Ryan Michael
Reynolds P L F
Reed Wm 2
Uaiuey Wm M
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Rolls Jerrv
Regan Martin
Howell Wm
Rollston Wra
Rose L
Raffertv John
Reed Joltn
Kolihins R R
Rouse Thel'.ird
Rand Wm D
Koni-ins W B
Smiths
Sm th Alex At Co Smith Alonzo
.muin;iemeiil Smith C T
Smith Erastus
Smith Jno E
Smith Oscar D
Smith S C
Smith E F
Smith Jos
Smilh Patt
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Smith B
Smith Chas W
Smith J U
Smith Michael V
Smith Hob't E
Si'"tt, Jli-Tkbee Sf Scott Sam'l F
spencer Ir I
Stevens Chas K
Slew-art Wm .N
.Munuer Dr
Sanders Alex
Smiihe A F
SuiblevGeo
Slieeier David
Sutherland D W
Sniallev D 8
Miles IJ
S.'ott Hugh
Spencer Jai-vls
n'evenson U It
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Stephens hos H Sunre Uro
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Spurlock Geo B Southard G r a n
Shies Kdwanl vllle E
Stanhope G II St inlierv Geo
Bteadmun Frank Skelton'Geo L
Spange Elisha C Sanford Fred 9
, i "tv "pai'ier zuiri nnoijcrt Jos
St ililei Jonathan Sriechau Jerem'h S ivacool Jno
-.-"ouvu oaicuiwa nuneton .los
Singlet on Jno T Saints! urv Henrv
Stuughtou Jas M Swift John
Sincx Isaac Stow II H
Slocuin Jonas Savre Jno L
u'ul'"'!:'!."0 Sl.urlock Jno
Sjbbald T 0 6 Stockton Lsn
Sin le Hon LD Stai n Dick
eweet K K Spote Phllln
Shannon 1 nos P
Sbelton Sam'l
Swanston Wm
flhouso Wm II
SnellThosM
Shuck Win 8
Sntea .1 1,0
Stcney T E
Sherman J G
stallcupj F
Stanly Hairy
SalncsJno
SonieDr N E
Simins R A
Btauehton Jas M Seguene Walter
Snnfnrrl W M
Siiuun 8 Geo
Spmgue Wm P
Sheldon Thos A
Sullivan Wm U
Thonins T II
Thomas Wm P
Thompson Wm
Thompson F W
Strlcklctt T 11
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S pence Wm B
Snell Thos B
Shnpo Wm
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Tlwmn3 Harvey T Thomas J C Cal
Ihoniss&Co Thompson Jilvx
Thompson M Elll- auder
..luuiusuu r 11 coii, iaviorA.13
Taylor Andraw J Thonse Antolna Ti,i,k.u et...
1 1 ticker Geo L T ileston Henry Tihbctts E T M D
Tilton David II Todd Col Cbas S3 Tinman II 0
i ate John Timm ins John Thoute James
Thiercotr John B Todi John Tn. .i,,A
Tcricy I(ichard3 Tieruey Philip Towers Robert
Taler Samuel
Vsnliorn 0
Vinvent Daniel
Vaii'lama John
Vail Lev. ls 6
Vengard Sim
Warner John
Thorn W 'l'l,.... u..l .. ..
'iowler Hey Thos Tliatoher Watson
Vinbaxter Alfred Vandresas Chas
Veltch John W
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Veit4'h John
Veuablo W n
Walker
Harry
Charles
Willim... VV'.n T
W illi tins Mardiccn Wright At Pier
; V1 " nson m i
W lleon Jumos Wilson Thos W
WebbO. , WlllisonCH
W oods & Sharp 3 Walton W O
Welfnir All'red WoodinBW
Weston Alfred Whitley 0 R
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JJ.I1 lams Samuel WiiliamsMlltonL
w ilhains J Insco3 Williamson Geo
wrigntElLu
WiUon TP
Wooluian Charles
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Wallis Chns
Winston A V
Wilv Arnn 1
W itmore E P 3
wi'o ,,mrn f ? Webiwrsllonmfield Wyant A II
i""u .10.111 iv ivaiiace jonn 11 winter 11 A
M .ichard John G W uldifleld Jeffcr- Webster Isaac
)Ja aahJohn . son Whitcombia
vv al ace John Wallace Dick II Wallace David 0
WanckJohn Wadlwigh James Wagner J
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ii ica.ine inosv a iv ucox X A
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Woolley V
WMllfunl. irtfln-
Wellman Seatton
Ted rick Geo
young Wm
Yancey Joseji
Woodward Wm
Wilkey Thoa
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Young Henry M Young Harner
1 andoil Wm W Young Col t L 3
Zelasuy Samuel inn Peter
rJ7"Droplctters are not advertised nnlessprepaid tn
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JAS. J. FARAN, P. M.
MEDICAL.
RUPTURE.
ffcRS.DANIELS' RADICAL CURE TRUSS.
the only truss known by which Hernia can be
trtotod ou philosophical principles; also, Abdominal
Supp.rtors.hhonldr ltraces, Suspousors, Elastic aud
Lacod Stockings, Ac. Drs. Daniels make a speciality
of the Ireatnient of nil Physical Deformities, club
Feet, Dow-Legs, Knock-hnt.es. Weak Ankles, Pa.
rulysis in whatever part, Spinal Atlecttoua, and all
flervous Diseases.
ciud;i9antro!r.,,"to' No-84 WMt Vomtn trst-
DK. G. W. PHILLIPS
Maic Covif?h Syrup
IS thconiy reliable remedy for Hie rapid and peri
tnaneiit cure of Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis
Hooping-cough, Croup. Sore Throat, Bleeding Lung,
and all disensesuf the T hroat, bonus and Chest. Tills
remedy is safe, reliable, aud the only one that has
proved llself u uiiiven al renn dv for all the aboveilis
eases. The testimonial published are from our most
distinguished citizens hero at home, w ho have been
cured by its magic power.
Important Testimony.
rri',im.lf0.n,,J-,)V':1'Pmi'n' J'"1 ' First Judb lal
Diitikt, Indiana.
,. , Madi80!i, tnd.. IW,
Dr. Gko. W. Piiitt.trs, Cincinnati, obi,,:-Having
used several small bottles of your "Cough Byrne "
personally aud in my family, aud having seeu it of.
lects ou others, In numerous instances of severe cold
and roughs, I most cheerfully recommend It asau in.
talllble remedy In nil such cases. If this Syrup woic
in general use, 1 confidently believe a large majority
of the colds, accompanied by coughs, that now lei nil.
pate in Consumption, would be effectually arrested.
In tact, 1 can seu no necessity fur any, ho can obtn n
this remedy, being thus allllcted.
Respectfully jours, J. W, CHAPMAN.
Head This, Also.
From Hull. U. Storer, I,L. D Judge of the Superlot
Court of Cincinnati,
, ., Cincinnati, Deo. S, m.
Dr. 0. W. Phillips Dear Sir: Your Cough Mix.
turo has been ueed with great siircms in my family. 1
beUo. lit to bo a most sale and efficacious preparation
forth, euro of ordinary colds, as well as of chrou o
attentions of the throat and lungs. Many of my
neighbors, who have felt I bo good nnectsoi thiamed.
Iciue, assure nie that they regard it with great favor.
U. bTUKER.
DR. Q. W. PHILLIPS,
Solo Proprietor.
Sold Wholesale by Bull s, Eckstein A Co.! John I)
I'arkiUeo. M. DIxuiijA. Told; Allen A Co.; Gordon
. uiu., " ociiuiau a uo.i j. is. u. neaairt, aud ii
IlriiailMlu nm.hi llu . .
STEAMBOATS.
PEOPLE'S LINE
Cinelnnatl, Xew Uichutoud, Ripley and
i'luvsviue.
I,ANC.ASTIiH, No. 3, Capt. rr"
J, CONN KB. L. H. Mnanis. fll.rfc. li.-Li'!lTW
from loot ol Walnut streot, TCESDAYTWUltS
.- .............. Hv vim., iu. mi AiRocasier
has entered permanently in the trade. For Freight
" m" r r l wu muw.u.
RATES OF ADVERTISING
, Termsi-Caih.
w
Advertisement not exceeding five Hue (Agate.)
One insertion H..M-.--.... Kl 0 i
One we-k 1 ' .
Two " I on
One month I Ml
Larger advertisements Inserted at the foilowin
rates, for muare of ten lines or less:
One Insertion fo M
Each additional insertion 2
One week... .....-......,............ 1 W
Two " ...,..,!.....-i.- 3 tu 1
Three " 4 Oil
One month u A CO
BUSINESS CARDS.
jr7& C. HE AK IH'rTT"
52 Second st., bets Walnut and Vine,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
AND IMPORTERS 0" ...
F.iijMhIi, frcncri Si Gcriunn Clifmlcals.
jb-acw
SPUING STYLE HATS. :
Silk and Cassimere Dress Hats,.
Soft. Hats of all Styles, l
MICM'8 AND BOYS' CLOTH CAPS
II. R. ALLEY, .'. .
41 Fashionable Battor, 41 Broadway.
PULL, AN etc WILLIAMSON,
(At the old stand of Pullan, Hatfield A Brown,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
lio.M WEST SKCONDBT.,
omcisaiTi.
josepb rcu.au, formerly of Pullan, Hatfield 4 Brown,
wm. a. Williamson. nr23-ACW
O A N D Y ! OANDYi
IX. 3T- CLARK'
(Huccessor to alvr.as A Co.)
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers
AND PLAIN CANDIES,
to MAIN STREKT, CINCINNATI.
mriT
QUEEN CITY VAENISH CO,,
43 Vine Street,
Contluues tu manufacture nil varioties of .
VARNISHES
AND ' ,
r n ji. 3sr J3
OF
RELIABLE QUALITIES.
PROMPT ATTENTION given to ordors, and all
goods sent out guaranteed to be of good duality.
niyl'h-sm
JEWELRY.
II. 1. ELLIS'
Now Wholesale
WATCMJEWELRiMISE
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can be bad every article appertaining to the
Business at a much less price, for CASH, than
has ever before been offorod in this market.
GIVE US A CALLi:
And see for yourselves. npU
BEGGS fc SMITH, No. 6 West 4th 8t.
A KB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large assortment of Watches, Jewelry.
Silverware and Diamonds.
also '
A tine assortment of Plated Tea Beta and Cutler 7
and Opera Ulasses. . 224
WILLIAM OWEN,
Manufacturer of
SILVEB WAKE AND JEWCLttT,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
Watches, Cutlery & Fancy Good,
N. W. OOBNIB MAIN AND TOUBTH STREETS,
Cinoinnati, Ohio. Ill
DENTAL CARDS.
a. l. nAMLKN. m. a. ssiiTBr
Drs. HAMLEN & SMITH, !
No. 3 Weat Fourth SU .'
178
DR. S. WABDLE, t
D H KT T X S T
Office No. 133 Weat Fourth itreet,
CINCINNAII.OHIO I
INDIAN COFl'EE SALOON
No. 59 East Pearl.
Keep constantly on hand, Hot Coffee, Tea, Chocolate
Beefsteak, Earn and Eggs, Ac., Ac, fto.
BBSUDKN it RlOa. ' ' 108
PIKENIX BLIND FACTORY, WM. W.
OAKPENTKll 4 CO., Manufacturer of Venltian
Blinds and li.dow Shades, wholesale and retail, No.
o2 Sixth street, between Walnut aud Vine, opposite
Wood's Theater, Cincinnati, O. Old Illlnds repainted
and retrimmed. Church, Store and other large
Shades made and lettered. ..ft.
Ji. P. HOPKINS,
(l.ATS. Of CLKVXLAMD,) ' i '
..I
Iloii!c,ig:n & Oniaiiieulal
Shop in Mechanics' Exhibition Building, West aide
of Vine, above Fourth.
CiaciitjiATi, Ma, 2, 1RA9. . ou J-sint
SNOWDON & OTTE,
tl West I'ourth St., het. Main b Waluut;
WIIVIIOW SHADES;
DAMASK, LACE AND MUSLIN
CURTAINS; ;
SI'HIM., HAIR, COTTON AND HUSH
MATTRESSES;
TABLE AND FLOOR OIL-CLOTHS.
The largest tri beet assortment of Window Shades
evei ofisred In the ciiv. . . , ,
mrMl SHAPKsl MADW TO ORDER. M
Oat and Flour.
4,000 oam.h TRIMK r?EDINa
, S00 Bbla, Beloc Famlir riour. .'
In store and for sale lj . ' '
PIKROB BHKCHAN,
rnyZl SIT and 31 j Broadway and Lock port Avenue.
BURNET HOUSE,'
. (CARD.)
THE undersigned having taken on the 1st
Instant, for a term of yean, tbs splendid Hotel
.j. Burnet House.
Beg leave to sav to the citizens of Cincinnati anil
visitors of the Oneen City, that no eflort shall be
spared to make the "lltimot" worthy lu every par
ticular an enterprising city that It snail not be ur-
aeU ny auy nuuaeiu tue union. A trial Isrosprct
fully solicited firm regular hoarders and the .ravel,
ing public. , (lOUNSON.HAUNUKRo X.
Biyia-asa . .'

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