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THE DAILY 1'RKSS.J
ore o tan nonimik ,
OFFICIAL PAMtB OF THE CITY.
. (H'TOBRK IV
The Election Yesterday at Home.
enough, not mort spirit being exhibited than
WM necessary to kep up a just munsnre of
excitement. At most of the polls In the city
etch party claimed a gain orer previous tcst
roles, and therefore the intorest was pro
terrcd to the end. So far as we had tho
cppoitnnity to observe, there was little of
liitterncsa shown upon any side. Tho fact
1hat there was a third ticket, whose exact
force no one was able to measure, kept up
fielirifrg of doubt as to the result, which, it
r as obvious, could only be dissipated hy the
flicial canvass. Upon the whole, there was
toothing in the aspect of things yeotorday to
throw a shade of doubt upon the stability of
our institutions or the capacity of the people
of the Cnited States for self-government.
The day was fine, the air pure and exhilarat
ing, the spirits of the voters good, and the
result is to all appearance a fair expression
of the rear populi, to which, as the real word
t'f inspiration, we all bow with becoming
leverence. We present the returns.
Our first edition goes to press with the can
vsfs in some words incomplete: the second
edition will probably contain the whole.
Republicans claim about 300 majority in
these wards. '
We have boon unthle to make footings.
Eoth parties claim theConnty Ticket. Both
claim the First Congressional District. G nr
ley is elected in the Second.
In the State there is food for conjecture,
lut little upon which to found an opinion,
lirinkerhoff may be defeated; the rest of the
Republican ticket is probably elected.
The Prince on his Travels.
The coarseness and indecent curiosity
which have surrounded the Prince in the
Eastern cities, and the total want of taste,
tact, discretion and regard for his comfort,
on the port of those who assumed the charge
of his reception, must make him look back
to Cincinnati as the only city in America in
which he enjoyed the amenities of civiliza
tion and refinement. At Washington he
tad a reception in the White House, at which
be was compelled to stand and shake hands
with mob of all sorts which besieged the
doors. This was continued until he was ex
hausted, and then many of the unwashed
went away howling. Then it seemed neces
sary that the Prince, willing or not, should
be put through the peculiar American enter
tainment of "seeing onr institutions," and he
was taken the round of tbe government
buildings, including that Babel of American
genius, the Patent Office, through all of
which he was pursued by a mob of clerks. '
Then be was taken to Mt. Vernon, and
inarched to tbe tomb of the Father of our
Country and the rebellious son of his, in sol
emn procession, leaning on the arm of the
venerable President, with uncovered head,
and probably a tear in one princely eye and
wink in the other. They remained at the
tomb the correspondent of the World
S'ates while the Prince was made ac
quainted with the leading features in the life,
character and services of Washington. We
hope that the story of the cherry-tree, and
the astonishing youthful feat of telling the
truth once, was duly impressed on the
Prince's mind. This was certainly jolly.
At the Capitol he was paraded before the
tain tings which adorn that mausoleum of
Government appropriations, such as the
Surrender of Burgoyne and Cornwallls,"
end other cheerful scenes, commemorative
of our victories over his nation.
But at Richmond he cume in contact with
the most barbarous vulgarity. At Harris
burg he had been compelled to follow a
mi'.itRry escort at a funeral pace, whenever
le Appeared in public. So he declined one
at Richmond, and decided to trust himself to
the courtesy of tha people and the protec
tion of the regular police, as he did at Cin
cinnati, but with a very different result,
which shows the comparative civilization of
the two places. He reached the hotel pant
ing and mussed and soiled by the handling
find jostling of the crowd which blocked the
entrance. The arrangement of the hotel was
f uch that the Prince's apartments were open
to the view of the people in the Exchange
Hotel opposite, where a crowd kept watch
t( him; even his dinner was taken in the
tnme public way.
He spent Sunday at Richmond. In
vitations were sent him to a dozen churches,
lie went to St. Paul's. It and the square in
front were densely packed. The vestry met
him at the door, and as be walked up the
isle, the congregation rose! We can faintly
imagine bow the editor of the Courier would
have- held forth if he bad been there and seen
tbe same adoration paid to the Prince as to
DeHy. Tbe congregation anticipated much
gratification from seeing the Prince take the
ucrament. So the correspondent of the
New York Timet says; but he did not re
main to be gaped at.
After dinner, be went with the Duke of
Newcastle, General Bruce, Covcrnor Letcher
find the Mayor, to visit the Capitol. As this
v as a violation of the Sabbath, the treat
ment be received was probable a judgment
on him. There was no police; the mob sur
rounded the party, and while looking at the
ft at tie of Washington, enlivened thi-m with
euih remarks as these:
" 'He (Washington) 'socked it into you at
the Revolution;' 'he gave you English
fmiiits the colic!' "We reckon you do lovo
V athingtou, oh, certHinl"'
They were driven from the Capitol by the
ftnnoj ance of the crowd, and took rcfugo in
the Governor's house, from which they
escaped unobserved to their carriages around
a corner, and rode back to the hotel, only to
find another crowd with similar ideas of
Southern hospitality. .
Some of tbe noblemen in the Prince's
fuite attended the African Church, where a
great crowd bad gathered, expecting the
l'rince. As the minister was reading, a car
riage diove up, when the congregation rose
tip all over the house saying. "He's come,"
'lie's come." Tbe preacher tried in vaia to
quiet them. They mistook Lord Hinchia
tirook for tbe Prince. A drunken man
forced his way te his lute, and lb an audible
voice absented to all the remarks of the
trencher. The Englishmen wished to retire
ut could not.
While at Richmond, the party. was pit
through all the revolutionary relic, iaclud
ins: the Monroe lloaumaut. and the-table
over which Patrick Henry and Lee made
their revolutionary speeches. Naturally, the
l'rince has Seen aiumirh of onr instilulioiaB.
ad he bey. to be exceed a flew fork ad, J
vuubuww, ae does not come out so strong la
i 7 way over our MaxxSuUeauiry faitoa,
ft Mark Taulev weuld under similar adverse
cireumit&n!- . - . i
We'arS pained to-observe that we have
grieved tho Cvnritr by our notice of its no
tions f the bermcticul state of the Prayer
Bock, and by publishing a comtduaication
f vo in a Churchman on the same subject. We
are anxious to make amends, and as the
Courier thinks that its position bas not been
correctly stated we quoto it in its own form
of sound words :
"In a former issue of the Courier, a brief
Comment appeared, merely noticing the tr
regnlaritv observed by the Hisbop in the
sorvire nl St. John's Church, during which
tiie Prince of Wales wss present. We did
so from the fact that the form is Srecinlly
laid down in the Book of Common Prayer,
end neither Bishop or vestryman, nor any
other official has tbe privilege of altering
or is authorized to do so tho form, whether
for Prince, potentate, or more citizen."
The Cuurier, we are happy to state, does
not question the efficacy of prayer in tho
salvation of mankind, nor that the Queen
needs praying for as much as other mortals;
but it insists that the Prayer Book is finished
and hermetically scaled, and can not be
opened to Ut in Queen, Potentate or Com
moner. So far, then, as the prayers of tho Church
are a means of salvation and we hope tbe
Courier admits that they aro tho chief
means Die doors of Heaven are already
shut, and those who are not included in the
Prayer Book, are for ever shut out. This is
certainly dividing the sheep from the goats
at an early day, and takes the day of judg
ment quite out of God s hands.
Furthermore, as written prayers are made
to avoid vain words and ill-considered and
improper requests, and to restrict the peti
tion to those things which we ought to ask
for, it follows that it is just as improper to
travel outside the sealed circle in extempora
neous as in written prayers. We acquit
the Courier of any intention to attack our
Business Prayer-Meetings, but we fear that
its position lias a more extended and momen
tous application than it was aware of.
Wo should not be strictly just to the
Cuurier if we omitted to copy its disclaimer
"We hsve expressed no religious ideas, as the
Prr would seem to desire the people to
believe." In our extreme anxiety to make
amends to the Courier for having uninten
tionally grieved it, we not only concede this,
but if it had disclaimed having expressed
any ideas, we could not have had the heart
to hurt its feelings by dissent.
The Recent Destructive Storm in the
South-Estimated Loss $4,000,000 to
On our first page we give a full and accu
rate account of the great storm in the South,
the most destructive that has visited that
region for many years. The amount of dam
age done it is as yet impossible to conjecture;
but a careful estimate induces us to believe
that, considering the injury to boats, houses,
plantations, and personal property, includ
ing the sugar and cotton crops, the loss will
not be less than $4,000,000 to $5,000,000.
Welcoming the Coming, and Speeding the
While New York is all agog, preparing
for a munificent reception of the Prince, its
City Council are quarreling ovor the pay
ment of the bills for the splendid municipal
hospitalities to the Japanese Princes, and
the daily papers are showing that the
princely guests were surrounded by a gang
of coiffinon scoundrels, who made them a
tool for robbing the City Treasury. Cheer
ful prospect, that, to the young Prince.
A Coming Crisis in the Affairs of Italy.
The City vf Baltimore brings intelligence
that an Envoy had arrived at Paris from Pio
Nono, with the assurance, unless France in
terfered to prevent the fun her progress of
the Picdmontesc, thnt the Tope would quit
Rome at once. This looks decidedly l.ke a
crisis, and renders u collision between the
French troops and Garibaldi's forces highly
probable, an event, which, however it may
result, must have a decided influence upon
tho future of Italy.
Tns Enquirer charges our opposition to
Mr. Long to a personal grudge of long stand
ing on onr part. We certainly gave the En
quirer no information to that effect. We
knew Mr. Long very well, and said what we
bad to say of our own knowledge. It may
have been bis misfortune, as it was his fault,
that we came to know bim; but we deny
that any thing we have said bears the aspect
of private malice, and that is enough.
LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
YonK, October 9. At a meeting of
the Breckinridge State Committee this even
ing the Presidential Electors resigned in or
der to unite tbe Democracy on the Union
Eleatoral Ticket. An address was adopted
which renounces the Albany Regency and
charges upon them the purpose, by refusing
to allow a compromise with fie Breckin
ridge Committee, ot giving the State to Lin
coln. It attacks Douglas and his platform,
but recommends the support of the Douglas
and Bell fusion electoral ticket, headed by
Mr. Redfield, in order to defeat Lincoln and
throw tbe election into Congress, which it is
believed will result in tbe choice of Breck
inridge and Lane.
A resolution was also adopted urging a
thorough organization in each county and
Explosion of a Propeller.
DirnotT, October 9. The Western Trans
portation Company's propeller, Mount Ver
non, hence fur Buffalo, with a cargo of 20,000
bnshels of corn and 500 barrels of flour, ex
ploded her boiler near l'oint-au-1'clo this
morning, instantly killing the second engin
eer, Theodore Kei-se and James Conklin,
and slightly injuring others. The vessel
miik immediately. Total loss.
The Prince of Wales.
Philadelphia, October 9. The Prince of
Wales arrived here at 3:20 this afternoon.
lie was received by tho Mayor on the plat
form of the cars without any formal 'cere
monies. No speeches were made whatever.
The Prince was conducted to his carriage
and driven to the Continental Hotel.
Puiladelpiiia, October 9. As the Prince
passed Wilmington, Del., and other stations
on the road, crowds were congregated, but
the train passed on, and did not stop. The
locomotive "George Washington," was dec
orated with English and American flags.
The stores on Chesnut-street are illuminated
to-night, with the motto "Welcome to Vic
toria s Son" in gas-light. The streets are
crowded with people in search of election
returns and the Pnuce.
Indian Depredations in Texas.
Nw Obibams, October 9. Advices from
Texas state the Indian depredations in that
State continue, and that Gen. Houston has
ordered company of riflemen to the fron
Population of Louisville.
Louisville, Kr, October 9. The official
census returns 'give Louisville 70,172 pop
nlation, niu4ibg i,401 colored.'. '
feet by the pier mark, and rising . i Wtr
cloudy and jooL ,
Additional Particulars the Burning of
Boston, October 9.- The. brig Minnie
Seieifi'rr arrived here at one o'clock this
afternoon. She is about 200 tuns burden,
and the standing room on her was com
pletnly covered by the rescued passengers.
. Mr.'H. Whittel, of New York, a passenger,
furnishes the following statement :
"Passing the circumstances of the voyago
from Galwny, which port we left at five P.
M., on the 25th ult., until about eight P. M.
of fisturday, the (I'll inst., while heading
westwardly, the wind blowing a northerly
gale, the snip began to roll to tbe larboard
n itb n singular motion, going far down, and
keeping that way for a long time, which
can sed some alarm. Meantime the Captain
was beard giving orders about steering,
manning the pumps, &c, firemen under tho
Ice of the paddle-boxes, observed whisper
ing, and other manifestations that something
was rot right. Considerable water was
observed through the grating!), and the en
gines soon after stopped for a while.
"After strenuous exertions by the captain
end crew, the ship righted and the wheels
commenced turning, when the passengers
became more composed. The sea was rough,
the wind blowing what sailors call an ordt
naiy full gale. Most of the passengers turned
in, but passed a restless night.
"Sunday, 8 A. M. Tbe ehip began to roll
again with a shaggy motion, similar to the
evening previous. The captain and crew
could neither tack nor wear the ship.
"Soon after the engines stopped, and steam
could not be raised in the boilers. The ship
rolled frightfully to the larboard. The pumps
were manned, and gangs of men commenced
bailing with buckets. At ten o'clock it was
reported that the water was not gaining,
but on the contrary the men and pumps were
gaming on the leak, and if the wind would
stilien we could reach Boston that night; but
these hopes were soon changed to extreme
terror, when the word was pissed around in
low tones that the ship was on fire, accom
panied by the Bmcll of burning wood.
"The fi're 6oon appeared between tho decks.
Gangs of men were immediately formed,
with pumps and buckets, to extinguish tho
flames, taking the water from the sea and
passing it in buckets. As the fire gained
the bailers began to slacken work, all eyes
staring around the horizon in hopes of some
menns of rescue. Several false reports of a
vessel in sight were made, but at last we
discovered a sail to the northward and soon
after another to the westward, both very
low down, but at one o'clock, it became evi
dent that the vessel steering north had
three masts and the one west only two. We
soon found out thnt the latter was passing,
while the other still neared without show
ing any signs that she noticed us, which kept
ali in extreme anxiety and doubt, until she
bore directly for our vessel, evidently show
ing that she observed the steamer's flag of
distress, which had been hoisted.
"We then commenced to cleor away and
launch the boats, which was a very difficult
job, the ship lying almost on her side in the
trough of the sea. By this time the fire had
cut off all communication with the saloon.
The first quarter-boat lowered was struck by
the counter and lost, which caused hesitation
about launching the other, but the worst of
onr fears was, that, supposing the boats
should ride the sea, which then snowed signs
of moderating, and that we could safely
launch and fill them with passengers.
There was no chance of remaining but a
short time on board, the fire making such
progress the flames were momentarily ex
pected to burst out and sweep the decks.
The fire gongs had given np all hopes of ex
tinguishing the fire, but continued to apply
wet blankets, tc. The side of the ship was
then so hot that when she rolled it would
hiss and make steam of the sea-water. The
gallant little Yankee brig sailed alongside
A h- - 4 A 1 1.1.
uu uu.c iv, Kvuig uui ucpiurnuie Biiiiuuun,
and showing every sign of anxiety for us,
but we began to think it would be impos
sible to store all our members on board, she
looked so small. We have since ascertained
that she was only 193 tuns burden.
Captain Lietch made all haste to get ns
into the boats, which was extremely diffi
cult, being lowered one by one with ropes,
commencing with the women and children.
Captain Lietch stood bv all the time, bit.
iiu mi me exertions mai coma oe maue,
when the sun went down only about 200 had
len got on board the brig.
Captain Wilson, of the brig, said: "This is
a horrible affair, to see tho sun going down
and so many people yet on board the wreck,
settling down and burning up. I will do all
in my power to save them."
Several of the boat's crew, on reaching tho
biig, refused to return, when Captain ilson
said: "I will go almost alongside, and take a
hawser from on board, and then you will be
in little or no danger. I must got every one
from the wreck.".
This he did, which hrtd ti e effect ef giving
confidence, and, by great ei "rtion, nil were
fot on board the brig by eleven P. M., Capt.
.citch and his first officer remaining on
board until almost surrounded by the flames,
and until every soul was saved.
Capt. Wilson then sent alongside to beg
him to come away, the flames were shooting
up the masts, throwing a strange and melan
choly light over the sea. Capt. Leilch
reached the brig just ntmidnight. Scarcely
a parcel of baggage was saved, the trunks
and even the monev of the cabin passengers
being left below during the confusion and
alarm, which called them on dock in the
morning, after which communication was
cut off by the water and flames.
Mr. W hinple speaks in the highest terms,
as do all the passengers, of the energy and
kindness of Capt. Wilson.
He was from Malaga, for Boston, with a
cargo of fruit.
The Connaughl had 10,000 in gold on
board, Government money, taken at St.
John's, Which was lost with the ship.
Three hundred of the passengers went to
New York, to-night, by the Fall it iver route.
The remainder aro taken care of here by
Discovery of a Negro Plot in Virginia.
9. Norfolk papers
of Saturday give accounts of a negro plot in
Princess Anne and Norfolk Counties Several
arrests were made, and the confessions of
the arrested parties show that a rising was
contemplated on Sunday night, and that the
matter was instigated by free persons, some
of them tree negroes. Patrols bad been or-
fanized, who had shot a white man named
h nn and a free negro named Smith.
One of the arrested negroes states that a
filan of operations had been maturing since
nst spring, and that a vessel with arms 'and
men was to arrive on Saturday evening, to
assist in the liberation of the slaves.
Baltimore, October 9. The accounts re
ceived here to-day from Norfolk represent
that all is quiet again in Norfolk and Prin
cess Anne Counties.
The Norfolk Herald savs that miflie.Ient
testimony has been elicited since Friday to
Ail) .. :....;a i. m'
fully justify the strict police surveillance
that was instituted. A considerable number
of arrests of negroes have been made. Nearly
all the negroes on one or two plantations, on
hearing of the affair, took to the roads, more
irom night than any thing else. A patrol
uric uuo guoe in searcn oi mem.
Albany, October 9. Judge Beckham hai
continued the injunction to prevent the re
moval of the mils from the Northern, or
All any, Vermont and Canada Railroad, from
Albany to Eagle River, in Renssalacr
Amos Z. Prescott, President of the Amor-
icvn State Council, bas abandoned the Union
ticket, and declared for Lincoln. His letter
M published in the vtmng Journal.
Savannah, October 9. The Breckinridge
candidates for Governor and Congress, are
elected by about 1,500 majority.
Charles T. Jones, the Citizens' Candidate
for Mayor, is elected over the Democratic
Savannas. 6a, October 8. Election re
turns from sixteen counties, in Florida, give
Milton a majority of 1,875.
Arrival of the North Britain.
Faubib Point, October B. The Sertk
Britain, with one day1 later news, was sig
naled at sis o'clock P. but toe wire are
working so badlrj it is probable lier sews
MM Mt.ljtei w-night, it:-. )t., i..
The Winans Steamer.
Nonrn., Vl October P. The fhst day
line stewmer Adelaide was badly beaten yes-
irruov in a iriai wiln tDO vt mans Steamer.
The Infer ran by and around the Adelaide
With the preatest ease, t Her performances
astonished all witnpsow. i i I -
N. T., October l. elec
tion for delegate to Congress is progressing
quietly. The Mayor of the city issued a
proclamation closing the drinking-saloons,
and order prevails. Tho weather is fine, and
the vote of the Territory will be large. , ,
SJVClotnei rmovktpd and rapMrad, 120 VT. Hlitta.
WClothini renovated and repaired, 69 Third,
ar-r-atrnt Knnmoleil Miirt Collars at Mason's
Hat-store, 42 Flfth-atrect. ocJ-x
A. A. ErsTEB, Clocke, Watches and Jewelry,
Boa. 143 aod 371 Central avenue.
H"Ail wno Wish to nr. Bicn, Brn Tnm;
f Oni tans, March 1, R'0.
This I to certify that I havn drawn apizf
t ft'.m) nun one of $1.Vk on nnml'prrt Delected for
lne by Mapamt. Blanch?., on my little gtrl' ago,
Yho whn born In May. 1 can only thnnk Madamk
Di.am'1ik nnn my liu-ky star, tlutt led muto uor, for
fceinK ai k'li man. I would aihtne all who would
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illness ftffod 72 ! enrs.
Tho fnnurul will take place from ber late reel
deuce, on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Cur.
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slicet. wheiv she enn be consulted upou all matters
fert-inl g to lite and health. Tns y Hug Indy bas
f-n tra eling thr ugh tho Cnited States for the
last four yoMi-s, and vUirins the most truportnut
citi'S in the Slates. Sbe bus trnroUd, and 1 now
mi.y 14 years of ae. hh ha b.ien endowed from
hor birth w if It a supernatural gift t sucb an aston
ishing degree tliat sho conv incos the must xkeptial
of her wonderful powers in short- through th aa
S'Htance ef some superior power, Is oudowed with
the healing a -t. This y mig lady is a phylcian, in
detd. She can see and point out the medicine to
cure the most btlnate dirtea'cs, even thos that
have f r yearn bafttad thahkill of our best ohysictauq,
and ean direct salves snd liniment to le made ana
Urd th t will cure old Sores, rver iSores, Cancer,
Bhcunratbin, Sprains. Weapcss fn the Hack ami
J labs, and other complaints of long stauding, and
La performed astonisliinsciires upon those who had
long since lost their sight and hearing, or nearly so,
bt disease. All fwrms of Female Complaints at
tended to with the happiest results. It is hoped
that no one will despair of a cure until they have
given Miss Clafliu's oidiei:ie a trial. During her
travels she has cured thousands who were on the
verge of the grave, and vhna-o now living monu
ment a of skill and successful treatment! and fre
quently txclaim: "lilessed be the da I first saw
and partook of Bf Us Clathn's unrivaled medicine !"
Hatistactury references will bcheorfully given when
required. Min Clan in will pledge liar reputation
and atuke her all to make pormaunot cures In all
raes she undertakes, llor male of examination is
with a clairvoyant eye, and she tells invalid of thoir
crease and lis location with rreat certainty and
sat inaction, and many other incidents of the past,
present and futuro events of life, o' great intereat to
the inquirer, so much so as to merit and receive the
confidence oi all who have consulted her, and
through ber superior power can came tranquility
ai d happiness bet v een man and wife, and by her
directions, prosperity in business mat tors, Ac. She
also amwera all letteis pertaining to life and health
with entire satisfaction, and sends medicine by ex
press when required, by having a statement of thoir
cane name, ae, and month and year when bora.
A fee ot 1 Is required, exclusive of medicine,
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.,
Invito attention to their
!-3SFIH8T PRKMIl'MSI RECEIVED
Bt "e Masjacbiutttts, hew York, Peiio
Hylvauin, Maryland, heului k; and Alabama but
a.- tain, ;tlip Smboard Agricultural Fair, KorMk,
ai d boat. of County Fairs throughout the country.
Tula oiachint) is also indorsed a
TUB BT yOR FAMILY OK,
By Oimwxlore F. ICnule, commander of the Narr
yard at fhiludtlnhla; Lieut. Wm. L. Maury, f. B.
Kavyi Will. P. VI iliinmn, Chief Koginwr, II. 8.
Nnvy; I 11. Cochrau, Kmj., Principal of New York
bli.lo Normal felwol; D H. Allen, V. 1., l'rei.teot
of Laue fckjiuinary; J, B. Pirssont F.q.( Civil Ka
f incer, New York City, and by the beet mechauic
tirouvhuut the country.
W e have jiut issued a new stylo at the low price of
F 1 FT Y-F I VE DOLL 4 US,
Vhich are the sam.in point of mechanism as our
bijtner-lmuhud Machine.. Call and see them.
SO W est Fourth-st., Cincinnati.
BCST KT1TC1J HEWING MACH1NK3, with
it c-ut liuprovenitrnts, surpaas all otuerw, reKardleM
of price. Examine them befre purohaeiuK else
where. 8'Dd for a circular and samples of seviiuje.
agouti wanted. H. C. BI BTUAN,
04 West Fourth s!., Cincinnati,
u29-pm ttr.le Aavut for the United biatea.
KX $55. S3
Li ADD WEDSTER&CO.'S
. Sewing Sri aohines !
' Call aa m. tk.ia at Wart Feurtk-M. -
leitf-s 1 '
XX 3ETJ O X 29 JN" 23 Xt
F T OF
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auM cat i W. i. MaUdU, , frop
DELAND & GOSSAGE'S
French Dress Goods !
Tyrlai Bromdea at 37, 40 and HOc.
Cnrour Stripes at SS, 30 snd
Bonfrew Plaids at 3TH. SO and 0't'ic.
Ancora Brocades at 91 per yard,
llrh Scotch Tlaid Silk, at 90o.
Tlatn Magenta and Bolferino Silks, Terr rich
Maria Lonlsa Blue and Honduroan Brown Silks,
entirely new shadrn.
IN NEW DESIQKS.
Tuscany Plaid Velvets;
Brocade Bepts at 90 and
Ottoman Velvets, rery rich.
A CHOICE LOT OF
All-wool French hferlnoea In Brown, Dark
proen, Dark-blue, Crimson Solferlno ad Tan,
Black and Wh te, at 6'JS, 79 and 83c, 81,
91 ViH, 81 23 and 1 50.
Tho aboye Ooodi are of cbolco colon and su
TRAVELING DRESS GOODS
Blch assortment of Valencies at Vt'S, 18a4,0,
S3, 30, 37,'i, 40 and 50c.
DEL AND & GOSSAGE,
oelO 74 and 76 Wwt Fourth-street.
C1XCMATI TROTTIXG PARK,
Great and Exciting Race!
Kreend DHy............WrdnclBy, Oclober 10.
rEOPRIETOBS' PURSE, 8300.
Free for all Trotting Horses. Mile-heats, best three
in fiye, to harness.
J. ColDey............. bl. g. Reindeer.
A J. DanleU.........-...................b. g. Bolly l,ewls.
J as. h. KofT...... ...b. g. Ike Cook.
RACE AT THREE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. '
This Rare promises to be the most exciting
contest that has ever come off over the Course of the
Cincinnati Trotting Park.
LOOK AT TBE ENTIUEH t
BOLLY LEWIS! I
IKE COOK ! ! 1
A Special Train will leave the Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and Dayton Depot at 2 o'clock precisely. Tbe
Regular Train leavos the tame place at 23 minute.
pat 2 o'clock (city time).
Mr The Special Train will remain at the Trotting
Park until the Race i. ovor, and return Imme
ACCOMMODATION FOR TIIE LADIES.
The upper portion of the Grand Stand will be es
pecially reserved for Ladies. A DroHalng and Re
tiring Boom ha. been fitted tip for their exclusive
use, and every requisite attention may be relied
upon for the comfort of family parties.
oclO-a CAB8ADY ft BTEAVKNS, Proprietor..
CHOICE STYLES, COMPRISING ALL THE
AT LOW PRICES,
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oclO-cWFABn Opposite Pike'. Opera-house.
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89 WIST FOURTH-STREET,
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it HTIHE-AWAKES," RIGHT FACE I
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and Miafiiug always on baud.
All kino, of Mnt hiDery uiade to order.
JOHN R. MOONEY, Machinist,
OC7-X 110 Weet Ooliimhia-st.
CITY BTJIX VJJYOH,
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E btL'.cioic Family Vlonr.
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GREAT. BABOAINI Itt .
l"".jc. bi ell, havino prnmEn
the entlro etock ol D' Ooods lately owned
by Clutch A Jackeon, 110 Flfth-et., wiU offer the
ume, from and after this date, at
. I'NrRECEDENTEDLY LOW TRICES.
The stork Is one of the largest and beet assorted
in the City, cTOpi lln all the lato imporlations and
novelties of tho season.
PLAIN AND PRINTED FRENOrt MERINOES,
CASHMERES AND DK LAIN ES,
ARUAND VELOURS, SARDINIAN POPLINS,
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Of almost erery mnterinl, atyle and description
REAL FRENCH CHINTZES.
An Immense stock of Calicoes, Shirtlncs, Sheet
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HANDKERCHIEFS -For Ladle., Gent, and
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A general and complete amorttnont of all th. latest
Having pnreliased the above stock on very favor
able toruia, I shall oAer rare Inducement, to
L. C. BCELL,
110 Hflh st.
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ANY KIND OF ORATES, OLD OR
new, can be Kit with this valuable improve
ment. If It is an object to obtain
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JOHN D. RYAN & CO.,
0c9 Proprietor of Dodge's Patent. .
It. C &c OO
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NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
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time I will open an entire stock ef
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It is hoped no one will despair ef a cure nntilthey
nave given Madnme H.'a medicines a trial. D or lax
her travols she bas been the instrument of rcHtorinff
to health and vigor, thuiwand. who were on the
verge ot tbe grave, and who are now living mona
mentb of her skill and medicine.
ALL FORMS OF FEMALE DIFFICULTIS AT.
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MODI Or EXAMINATION.
She dci not require invalid, to explain symptom,
le.llng their cense and location so satisfactory as to
merit the conhdence ol all who have consulted her.
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pres., when ordered.
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large number already received. In regard to a won
derrul cure performed upon him by Madame Uol
lard. No. 271 Walnut-street, after hh diwxinc had
1 en pronounced incurable by the beat physlriana
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cle s, and says she can perform wonderful cure, la
female complaints. oo7 i
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