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dm Bjadiso- V attr. From a pressure of
mutter upon our columns we are coinpollecl
to omit a variety of reading-mutter pre
i arcd fr thto moTninR!! iso..'''
According to rootlem. rutlonnltsm, tho
cartli is Spherical, and Jnnan is riUt undor
this blefscd country. We do not commit
ourpclves to tliis theory at all; for, accord
ing to tht highest orthodox authority, the
esrth Is flat; and we nre determined flint
whutever other failings there may he in tlio
Daily Tbsrs, there shall he no flexibility in
its orthodoxy. "It pnys,'1 as John. Unit
(Mr. Lanagan, and very good Lnn?n,
too,) says in the p'ny; "yes, sir, it pajs." It
realizes as yon po alonp, and is an excellent
thing to fell back cn. As St Paifl MyS, it '
gives a double portion in this life, hnd all the
future chances. This quotation is not ver
batim, owing to the went of a Bible in this
concern, nil of onrs having been sent to the
rVttaattomies; but it contains the Scrip
tural spirit, of which there is no hick here,
as our rendeis will hear witness.
As we were about to ob.-erve, Japan, bp
ccrdirg to profane philosophy, is right op
posite to us on the jilolie. It is prolvb e
that a hole sunk siraiht from our City Mull
would come out in the imperial nu'acc at
Jeddo; and considering the uncommon depth
to which the City Council has accustomed
us, the idea seems by no means absurd. But
original force permeates the earth without
any hole. So, probably, do ideas; for we
find that ideas and all the1 passions and in
firmities of human imture nre just as eternal
as the original elements. They are changed
in form, but developed in some shape. Can
riot human nature enjoy the same propensi
ties under any profession which it may take
ou? df course it can, and make virtues of
them. What an encouragement that is to
By this time we trust we have established
a direct communication with Japan. Some
of our readers may not see it, but they will.
Japan was for centuries renowned for its
exelusiveness. It has recently been con
verted by an expedition from this free and
enlightened country. Commodore Perry
showed them how Providence had smiled
on us, under a system of universal exchange,
and Japan threw open her ports, and be
came civilized all at once. But ideas are
never annihilated. The Japanese notion
went into the ground and came out into the
bosom of our City Council perhaps we
should say the bowels of the City Council,
they being regarded by the ancients as the
scat of the sentiments. They are often re
ferred to by St. Paul in that sense, and we
wish the Press to be rigidly orthodox on all
The debate on Wednesday night, on the
proposition to permit a steam passenger-car
from Philadelphia to he tried on the Pendle
ton Road, could not have been more Japanese
in its spirit if the Nokamis themselves had
come through by the internal route and
taken possession of the City Council. The
Pendleton Company asked leave for a couple
of Philadelphia men to run their car, be
tween the hours of 11 oclock P. M. and 4
A. M., offering a guar run tee against all dam
age that might be committed by experiment
ing on the streets during these ghostly
houis. The following specimens otthe de
bate, taken from the reports in the city pa
pers, will show the spirit of the City Coun
cil toward progress, and toward improve
ments from abroad:
"Jlr. Hirst spoke very earnestly against
the resolution. If these gentlemen could
not get the privilege of running their car in
Philadelphia, where they live, they shou'd
not come here.
"Mr. Glass opposed the resolution. Let
the Philadelphiuns try their inventions at
home, and if found to succeed, let them bo
"Mr. Stokes said that the machine was in
vented by two young men who were poor,
and Mr. Kilgour bad agreed to bear a por
tion of the expense. They ODly asked the
same privilege granted to Mr. Latta.
"Mr. Epgle.-ton made an, ironical allusion
to these 'poor young men.' and thought they
bad better keep their invention at homo, till
perfected. He thought if these 'poor young
men' ran their machine for six months, they
would need some pecuniary assistance be
fore they got through, as they would not be
"Mr. Stokes said It had been found suc
cessful in Philadelphia.
"Mr. Eggleston 'Then'let them keep it
there and profit by it; they don't need to
bring it here.'
"Mr. Whitson tavored the resolution, and
after remarks by Mr. Moore against it, a vote
was taken on the resolution, and it received
only four votes in its favor."
They could not have done that better in
Japan, ten years ago. As Americans con
verted the Japanese, they ought to return
the favor, and send a mission to convert our
City Couocil. The spirit of exelusiveness
lias been cast out of the Japanese, andscems
to have sought the same refuge as those
spirits which were cist out of the lunatic in
Scripture. No allusion at all to the pork
packing business! merely to the penning-up
of the City Council.
Arresting the Fermentation of Cider.
There aie many recipes for this purpose.
A little common aense will teach any onj
that to stop the fermentation by any chem
ical preparation, is merely to kill the cider.
If any want to reduce it to a senseless com
pound, unfit for man or beast, let them try
these recipes. Otherwise, let their cider fer
ment in the cellar, and when it settles, draw
it off into a fresh barrel, and they can have
palatable cider the year round. If it is too
hard for their palate, a preparatory course of
Rhine-wine will make it seem very mild
Good for Millerites.
A patent medicine proposes to feed the
blood with a combination of iron, phosphorus
and sulphur. After a course of this pyro
technic compound, (slight friction with sand
paper would probably set person off into
the sky like a rocket,
Looking for More Worlds to Conquer.
lion. Samuel Galloway, fresh from his con
test with Cox, is stumping in Illinois.
Me. Udolpbo Wolb, the originator of
the gin dodge, by which topers were all to
be supplied with their tipple ia medicine
bottles, at a very handsome extra sharge for
the mythical character given it, is the Tam
many candidate for Congress in one of the
city district in New York.
Fatsttivili, Ark, Octobet SI. A snow
storm visited Uiia piece to-day, covering the
ground and trewt. It commenced about
tiooa, and is still tailing, with every prospect
Dt a regular anow-etorin. .
Looking for More Worlds to Conquer. LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Two Days Later from Europe.
THE BOHEMIAN AT FARTHER POINT.
Fai.tiikp Point. November 1. TUe'tcnrnnr
Jh hfiiiion, from Liverpool, one P. M.'of the
iMi. via Lundonrti-M lfHh ult passed this
point this morning. at fivo o'clock. The
Mcnmer J-Mmliura nrrivea at iiiverpool on
ti e morning of the 1 S lt-
.When the Bohemian left Liverpool, great
rejoicings were going on in houor of the
opening of the splendid free library presented
to the town by Wm. Brown. Thousands of
volunteers were out in procssidn, and busi
twsm was generally suspended. Lord
Brougham aud numerous other celebrities
were taking part in the proceedings. A
great meeting of the working-men was held
in the amphitheater the previous evening,
and presented Mr. Brown 'With a handsome
The Queen end Court had arrived at
Windsor, from Germany. The Queen had
recoveicd fioin hr indisposition.
Punch has a leading picture, in which he
is introducing the Prince of Wales to his
pretty Miss Columbia, with the assurance
that ho don't get such a partner as her every
Queer idea 1 telegraphing Punch's illus
Home Seldom hat the spirit of hostility
been so general in the Church of France,
and never has it been morcboMly displayed.
The same authority says: "Pastoral circu
lars, allocutions and Bermonsdcnounce and
nil but implore Divim vengeance on the in
vaders of the Papal States, and by implica
tion on the Kmperor. The whole Prelacy is
aroused, from one end of the country to the
The French note to the Federal Council
states that independent of the inults offered
to the F:eich flag at Sioria, a French sub
ject wis maltreated on the occasion. Franco,
therefore, claims that asearching inquiry he
instituted, and expresses a hope that' the
guilty parties may be punished and satisfac
The Federal Council has directed th Gov
ernment of Valais to mnkc the necessary in
vestigation. The Faris Bourse was firm and steady,
nnd closed on the 17th at fiftf. inc.
Italy. A flairs are wholly unchanged.
trance . The Time' Paris correspondent
Fnjs lhat the departure of the Pope's Nuncio
from Paris was considered the forerunner of
the Pone's quitting Rome.
The Paris I'atrie says; "As goon as the an
nexation of Nanles and Sicily to Sardinia is
proclaimed. Garibaldi will resign his politi
cal authority, and assume the title and func
tions of Commander-in-Chief of the land
and sea forces of Southern Italy. He will
exclusively occupy himself in preparing for
war next spring, and is to make an appeal
tu nil r.umin; in voiunwer.
It is confirmed that a French merchant
man, laden with stores for Gaeto, had been
captured by Garibaldi's ships, but as the
blockade was not recognized by France, she
would probably be restored to avoid dis
i agreeable consequences,
The Turin Gazette Bays : "Prussia has
Bimply made some remarks against the entry
of Sardinian troops into Naples, but Prussia
has made no communication."
It is reported, however, via Berlin, that
the Russian Embassador, nt Turin, had been
recalled, and that the Sardinian Embassador,
at St. Petersburg, had received his pass-
It is stated that H,000 Piedmontese troop3
had already renched Naples by sea, and after
ictor buimanuel reviews them they will
march to C'aezerta to be joined by those en
tering by the Romnn frontier.
Turin, October 17. The resignation of
the Murquis de Pollozicina has been an
nounced, but not confirmed.
Dispatches from Naples say that n fresh
attack of the royal troops' had been re
pulsed. Count Mari, the representative of Sicily at
Turin, has resigned.
Judicial proceedings hnd been commenced
against Roderick Servin, the man who fired
at the Queen of Spain. He Said he was em
ployed by ilouore Prode, a deputy of the
Mr. Ifcura, an eminent Madrid banker,
died after a few hours illness.
Tho Time Paris correspondent says: "The
Papal Nuncio nt the Tuilleries has seen the
last of the imperial court in the character of
representative of the Holy Father."
The :usinn Minister at Turin has not
been recalled, but appearances show that his
recall huS been resolved upon.
There was no longer any thing said
about the recall of the Prussian Minister.
Mr. Lowe nnd Frederica Peel were spoken
of as successois of Mr. Laing, at the
The Times says that Lord John Russell
was not atuhori.ed to promise that, England
would teach the King of Sardinia political
morality, or defend the treaty of the holy or
any other alliance, against the national" in
terests of the Italian
The Pacific Telegraph Line Open to Fort
FonT Kearney, N. T., November 1. The
Pacific Telegraph Line is completed to '.bis
place, and we are now in direct communica
tion with St. Louis. The company is pre
pared to receive and forward dispatches to
and from California, in connection witn the
Pony Express, which will deliver them at
the eastern terminus of the Placerville Tele
graph Line, over which they can be tele
graphed to any part of California. The
tariff from St. Louis is $6 40 for the first ten
words and twenty-three cents for each addi
tional word. Telegraphic connections can
be made with the Pony Express at St. Jo
seph, as heretofore, but a day and a half and
sometimes two days can be saved by makiug
the connection at Fort Kearney.
The commanding officer of this post is
greatly embarrassed by the importunities of
the sick and indigent returning Pike's Peak-
eis, there not being facilities for the comfort
of the sick outside of the fort.
On the 20th ultimo, it commenced raining
and blowing, turning into almost a tornado
On the 27th it was cold, snow falling oc
casionally, the thermometer marking 3G.
The Indians are quiet. All the Pawnee
braves have goue South, oil a grand butlalo
Numerous trains nre passing the fort, beth
cast and west, daily. The thermometer
yesterday, stood at 30.
A New Counterfeit.
Indianapolis, November 1. Spurious .
bills on the Boone County Hank have madu
their appearance here. The plate is genuine,
Lut the signatures are a bad imitation, both
of the officers of the State aud the bank.
The spurious issue may be easily detect I.
The paper is of a much lighter texture than
the genuine, and presents a dingy, greas.v,
aud blurred appearance. The filling up is
coarse, and ou the large notes blurrialy
done. This counterfeit appearing almost
simultaneously with the genuine, and cat
suspicion uoon tho-e interested in the bauk
as parties to the fraud.
The Nebraska Election—Morton Elected.
Omaha, N. T., November 1. The Terri
torial Board of Canvassers, composed of Gov.
Black, Chief Justice Hall and U.S. District
Attorney Howard, met to-day and canvasud
tbe returns for Delegate to Cougreus. Mor.
ton, Democrat, has fourteen majority ov.r
Daily, Republican, and has been awarded the
certificate of election.
An Important Arrest.
Ksw Yohk, November I. A man named
Stebbins, baggage-master on tbe New Haven
Railroad, is under arrest for the robbery in
April last, of tbe Adams Express Company,
or money and drafts to the amount of tlti,
000. He confesses the crime.
PirrsBrsa, November 1 M. River six
feet fife inches by the pier-mark, aud rising
slowly. Weather clear and warm.
Louis villi, November I P. M. River
stationary, with four feet three inches io tbe
Canal. Raining very bard.
Sr. Loom, November 1 P. M. River
felling slowly, with six feet scant to Cairo.
It rained steadilv all last night: now
cloudy and misty.
River News. Two Days Later from Europe.
THE EUROPA OFF CAPE RACE.
Catr Rack, November 1. The Puropa,
from Liverpool on Saturday, tho 20tt, vin
Qnrnhstown the 21st utt., was boardod off
this point at live A M. to-day, by the news
jaclit of the Associated Press. i
the royal mail-steamer J'ereia. from New
Yorlt. arrived at Livorpool on the 20tb. She
carried out the news) of -the burning of the
Great Britain. The weather in Enjland
continued nnsettled and stormy. A G ith i
newspaper supim.-es that the only daughter
of the Duke of Saxe-Leiningen, just turn d
seventeen, is the destined bride of the Prince
France Count Persigny,the French Min
ister to London, hnd gone to Par a on a
summons of the Emperor. It wns reported
that he would soon replace M. Thnuvenal in
the foreign office. The French Bishops aud
clergy coutinued boldly, and vigorously, to
defend the Papal cause. It is believed the
Papa) Nuncio at Paris would not return.
jLiverprnt Market Liverpool, Oct'ib'r 20.
Cotton The Brokers' Circular reports the
sale of Cotton for the week at 78,000 bales,
including 17,500 bales to speculators, ami
11.600 do. to exporters. The market closed
buoyant on ' W edncsdny, and prices had
slit' fitly advanced for all qualities, under the
advices from the United States. The quota
tions of middling and lower qualities ad
vanced Kd.on thewe' k. Fair Orleans VA'a
middling do. Cd.j fair Mobile mid
dlingdo. fair uplands 7d.; middling
do. Cid. The stock in port is estimated at
6fi4,cion hales, including 500,000 American.
Manchester advices are favorable ; market
At Havre, the sales for the week were
1 7.000 bales The market was buovant, and
2:tf. higher; New Orleans tre-tora'inaire 9tJf :
do. bat FHf. The stock on baud amounted
to 13P,0r0 bales.
Bieadstuffs Messrs. Wakefield, Nash k
Co., Richardson, Spence & Co., Bigland,
Athya ft Co., and others, report Flour firm
and Cd. higher; quotations, 20s. 6d.3&,
Wheat dull and Id. higher, and in some cases
2d. higher; red Western lis. Gd 12s. 41.;
do. Southern 12s. 0d.13s.; white Western
12s. 9d.(513s.; do. Southern 13s C14. 31.,
tbe latter rate for very choice. Corn firm
nnd 6d. higher, inid and yellow 3Gs. 6d.
37s. 3d ; white 3942s.
Provisions The same authorities report
Beef heavy, and holders are pressing on the
market. Pork quiet but firm. Bacon quiet.
Lard quiet nt tils, for fine. Tallow firm,
North American 5Cs, and holders demand an
Produce The Broken! Circular reports
Ashes steady at 28s. 6d29s. for both Pots
nnd Pearls. Sugar steady. Coffee dull.
Rice fitm. Fish-oils quiet; whale-oil 33;
Cod-oil 32; American Sperm 104; Linseed
oil quietj but steady. Resin steady. Spirits
Turpentine 31s. 6d.32s. 6d., closing with
holders asking an advance..
Liverpool, October 21. Cotton Sales
yesterday 10,000 bales, including 3,000 to
speculators and exporters, closing quiet, but
steady. Bieadstuffs steady. Provisions
London Market. ljondon, October 20
Messrs. Baring Bros, quote American Wheat
nt G408s. for white, and 60G4s. for red.
Flour 28s. 6d 33s. 6d. Iron steady at
5 5s (3.5 10s. for both rails aud bars. Pig
Iron steady at 5Cs. 3d.
Sugar bnojant. aud Gd ls. higher. Tea
slightlv advanced: common Congou Is. 3d.
ls. 3Kd. Coffee steady.
Linseed-cakes in eood demand: New York
brls. 11.7s. Gd; Boston bags 10.7s. 61.;
Fish oil sternly; Linseed-oil dull at 31s
Rice firm. Spirits Turpentine firm, and
slightly higher: sales at. 33s.
London Honey Market London. Octo
ber 19. Consols closed at &22 for
money, nnd 9293 for account. The Bul
lion in the Bauk of England has decreased
840,000. The Money' market is unsettled,
but slightly easier.
Messrs. Baring Brothers riport large siles
of Pennsylvania Fives at 8.r87." Other
State Securities were io limited demand at
previous rates. Railroad Securities firm and
London, October 20. Consols closed at
The Timet of yesterday reports sales of
Illinois Central Sfnires at discount;
New York Central Shares 81(g,83, aud Erio
Shares at 38.
J'arit, October 20. Rentes closed at GSf.
Liverpool, October 21 The departure of
the Rufsian Embassador from Turin is of
ficially announced. There is no other news
The Bourse, on the 19th, was firm and
animutcd. Rentes closed at GSf. 0')c.
Italy. Victor Emmanuel had not reached
The last steamer took a report that. Pal
Invncido, the Pro-Dictator of Nanles, had re
signed. Later dispatches say that he an 1
tbe ministers remained in ollice, on account
of the popular demonstations and the ex
pected arrival of Victor Emmanuel.
A dispatch from Naples announces the re
b ase of Count Arrivatoros and his recovery
from his wounds.
The movement of the French upon Silervo
and other places within fifty miles of Itome,
caused great dissatisfaction among the in
habitants. Petitions to the King of Sar
dinia and Napoleon on the subject were
being numerously signed at various places.
It is reiterated that" Austrian troops were
largely concentrated on the frontiers, and
there was an unconfirmed rumor that 40,000
Austrians had crossed the Po at Mantua.
It was reported that the national vote of
Sicily would not take place till the 29th.
TheSaidinian Chambers closed its session
on the 19tb, after adopting an address to tbe
King, expressive of their homage and grat
itude. Spain M. Iscura, the eminent banker of
Madrid, is dead. '
lluttia Tbe sovereigns were to meet at
Warsaw on the dav the Kurona sailed. It
was repotted that Prussia will demand of
Austria, as the price of her support in Eu
rope, that Austria should help in reviving at
no distant day the question of the Danish
rfiu The Bombay mails reached Mar
seilles on the 19fh, and would probably
reach London in season for the American
portiou to be forwarded in the Huropa. The
dates and commercial news had not tran
spired. Another rising of an important character
bad taken place at Colliawar.
China According to the Paris Palrie the
English Minister to China had received an
intimation that the Emperor would be dis
posed to conclude peace if the Allies cap
tured the Peiho fort.
Brazil The French mail steamer had ar
rived at Lisbon with Rio dates to September
27. Coffee was dull. Exchange hod ad
vanced to 2727J4.
Loudon, October 21. Money has been in
very brisk demand at extreme rates, but on
the 19th there was greater ease, ulthough
the market was still unsettled. Good Bills
were readily taken at tbe Bank minimum.
The Stock market was quiet, without ma
terial variation. Tbe decrease of Bullion
was not largor than was anticipated.
Great Excitement in Baltimore—Wide-
Great Excitement in Baltimore—Wide-Awakes in Procession.
Baltimori, November 1 9 P. M. The
Lincolnites are in procession to-night. Tbe
Wide-awakes, numbering 250, formed in
front of the Mayor's office. Tbree hundred
policemen were detailed to protect them.
Ther hissing and hooting is universal by
men. women and children. They started
on their route at half-past seven o'clock.
Baltimore-street was thronged with people
waiting for the grand Union procession.
Tbe Wide-awakes were received through
out tbe route with groans and hisses, but no
attempt was made to molest them. On Lombard-street
they passed tbe Union Minute
Men, who were forming, and were greeted
with hisses from the whole line. They are
now marching through tbe lower section of
the city, escorted by a large police force.
They will bring up at the Front-street The
ater, where a mass meeting will' be held.
New Orleans, November 1. Cotton: sales
la,, uf7,4 Ll. at uuil to 114(9110. fr
Midailn(. biu.i-dul! t 7Sc. ktuaM SV
I luur auint at 15 TOM& u. Cum fiiiaJkc. Kaat
fuik dull at I m J0. Laid Uc. Wuwkjr 11.
Great Excitement in Baltimore—Wide-Awakes in Procession. HOME INTEREST
fc aVOlothes wnovatwl aud rtpalrod, Ul W. Sixth.
aWOIothlnf naovarod nn repaired, M . Third.
ST rttcnt Xnamnled Shirt Collars at Mtx'l
HKl-tOTH tarifth-atro. ' i , .i oc3-x
ar A. A. trrrna, Clock, Watchal and Jawalrv,
re. US and 171 Central ronna, , ;
W9 JtAHMotn BKV-nnnT. It l trnlr antontsh
In i what a rnah there It at WmnrVt Gallorf this
Hue wrathrr, ftir hla Photograph; though whxn w
remember that the Mechanics' Fair awarded hiin
the Flint Prpmlntn for the beat Photoerapha on ex
hililtinn, ovr tha prominent tnlloriui lu thia cltr,
It onlr convinorf ia that th pnMto are appre
clnt'nir then- interrota. Onllerron Oantral-arenne,
M-p Mt tVnrt afreet. , ,
fc,A NEW LOT OF BRONZHn
SSsjS Vnfi B and Knnrv Gmxln 1'iar received at
a HUNTIMtlON'N, 110 Mnln-atredt.
9fZ t''A If TASKS A N 1 1 TtM YeB t T C K
aVO I TS; alar, tine Steel Fire-a-ta "f nnwanj
autifnl pattern A new .iippIt rerejved at '
a I I NTIM.TON 8, 119 Maln-trcot.
" -a.. KOMIIMl Fl It K-FKDElTs. -A
atvS new I t i-f Fire f'n-lera jmt recoiv-d nt
lillTTINOTON H, No. 119 laln.Hrrmt. Kvery
fttpii'y here there are ainull child-en, ahould iitie
f-Tii.REAl KMJMSH TR RULE
iavTT I'LATKHRtrtnuaii'l Knrfcr.riNn, K gerVs
Mipertnr American-puted spooni and F Tka, can
loi i d at nt'VTINGTON'S P. nmna in Berch
ff anperior Plated Ware, or 8. did 8ilver Ware, war
rmti d enuai to ntn. nhenld cull A
a llfNTINOTON'H, 119 Maln-i'reet.
HURRAH KIK LINCOLN!
LI l'MTNATTON O A 11) IK.ST tt!KS.
Ten t'ni.t" per Pczen, at II W. H TRPH KNSON'S,
1141 tlnlii-nrnet, near Sixth. a
"jt-Ts pTk i rvi l i s"i -.i. n. cok-
LIVTeM Medium, tiy reinest, will ro
n. Hin in thia city : ne. week Ionizer Kmim No. 5,
Carnal Hidtrtinff. At Fourth between Walnut
and Vina H'Hira from 9 to 12 M ; I U 0 P. M., and
tn in in the eveninff.
tip-r sixth wi i winR-AtvtKRs
Bv-I2?. ATI IM K' i nn are npreny nutitien
to m et nt Headquarter. PnrV-t.. ! tween Fourth
and Firth. THIS l rridnrl KVKNINI!. Nnreinlier 2,
7 c'rUirh, in full dreta (rnp and cape), t--r parde,
Bvrrdernf WM H. COX, CapUin.
J"H A. CnrrtiUN, Heeretitrv. , , a
OrriCF. P THE riNCINIHATI INSDMAICK '0
INP!iNATI n Prihir 1 1 (
p "jjATA M KKT1 NH OF THE HORD
I0!!r of n.nriirs f th' Cunpuny, hf Id O.ito
t't r Ktti, Mr .Iojifph C IH'Ti.KR h ivmir rp"ten-d
PnelflcntofthpOMmimnt Mr th-M 9 H RU
I.01 K M nHelTip.it mirceprl him fr. ro Nr 1. l-WiO,
nr2-r WM. M. ft ( :tl A KDH'IN. Monro fury.
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WA.tntMfir; AWAKKSI Y.Hi"rh.
outiflpil tnnprearfn full unil'Tm nt th Wkwmn,
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J'G nt oix fYlork. to titk purr in t'.e ire n rat
parage. Vvrn nvmbfr In expectrd to be oil haod
enrh. fly i-rdor of the C tpttiin.
nnJV DANIEL JORK.
-..MFFORE NOTICIMJ A PATBXT
fiiW2P" Mdicin wo hiv t be conT.nc4 i thit it
prove itnif to h nit that it U nvv.mm-nd d.
tid wp wmrd hsv tbnt tbo Ho-torat:vo ''(r'linl nirl
fl)n d Honoviitor of Pruf Wood will Rtnnd tHo fit
fully, and in fnct it is without any dmiht the fl rut
art irie in mnrV et for Piirifv fn(t he Blmid nd
Mrethetiln(r thesjntem Wm hava no h'-qttattoa
rotW'mnienfUnR it nto to nil. nn2-MWFt.n
jilK I,F,rTBlC B 4TH- OR.
iwST KAKSHNEK 8 Kled Ho Itarhs have re
nio Tn all of the .inmiitakahlp "vidt'ocn "foo' i iiup
ti n Iron- my wi'e, who, thi.tiirht, must di l'i a
w moi. h '. V hat thee flnths hav drme for hr I
bptii-V" th-ywilldo or "ther conHnmptiVMS. I har
ft e-HcH the antoniHtiitiK offlcacy iu dUeaaes
of 'he tkin of a ncrofoloiiH character.
Bee advertisement In nnother column,
DK. V K. WOMBVUQIT,
no2-a No. iO Barr-st. Cincinnati, O.
t" 1 KEIIN WO
JiKT HIK FN01IH4 BKM.R3 l.ETTRKS.
i'Tof J. O. ZACIIOM, will meet pupilt. Kinnlvorin
rUhfiPr. at Mr Iectii'erMm, in the Cincinnati
k' AcMdemv, of A J. Ficknff, n'-rth-eftxt corner
of hiir and E'm nt. Ladien or ffentlemen ernraeed
t-eadintr Clnb can make applntnieiitA f r re
ieariil. He will nrzani? a K-adine f1a. a-
iciallv f . r Tenrhera to meet every 8ATUKDAV
rlOHMNO, at 11 o'clock. c.f
t-SA I t R K A Rl.lt rUllK-WH.
SkWjST J. BA8SKTT. lute from the Territory ..f
haiaa. erti d aw tSeriff ther in tho years
lout in) health through eKpeure a- d fatiirue, and
M t l-finji abH to pet anv relief there, ntnrnod
h' m to my frithera. in BriNikville. Inn , where I
eal d on mediritl aatritnnee, at d none were aMe to
nn anv eiwt: ni-d af"tT liearin? ao mnrh about
M thB Tr.NN KSSKR CI Kl. IN. at 31 Sixth stret.
Cii cnt'ati. Ohio, and the maty nnt wonderful
I'nies hhe was ti akii'g, went Iunni'd?at"1y ttiereand
put mi A If iindT her examination and treat ment
at d t-h- told me exactly what ailnd mo. and how T
felt, nnd said fhe c uld cure mo in a few weekit, and
lm?" d tie -i-. altlionh chno hud hoau prononnrd
iiicnrabti I y ffood pliNiriat a orl-f
f A WiNOFU PFFi If ECOVEltV OF
ft-Cffr SI'O KN I HOFKHTV n th -Jlth -f
Airlift, I had i len from ny tabloa htlf-aet
of fi)r aot-na wi rth Jflli. and hud ttiveo up all
boreH . f pvtT rtdinethim, onM la-f A iri'. who-i I
h.d en intrrview with Min T, N ff.HSKR C' Af
LIN, in w re-Hint? a I Hixth-nt . Cincinnati. O ,
hil- i-be "i-rt h-f i an-nt wore aippinx at mv II i
ti'l. whei. she I'ld met tie naine of iIip pithou who
lo k tin m end al 1 rald that ah would ranso them
to be r n-riM d to mo- and ht .loly the nam up mni
were I ru(rbt trk. hut by h- m I am not ablo to
av They hud been out of my poa-et'-n atniut a
year. L O. KUSdV,
Proprietor Western Hotel.
Oalk n. O , October 13. isivt oc.TI-f
PAl.rlKK4S VKfiKT HI,rfi VUAm
3t "WKTIC I.mTION ia the kinc of all rHin-
ifot fl.e cure ot Pinmb-a and olbnr MrimtioiiM nf
Hip fnce Tetter or the handa and other partaofthe
rei Bo'i 8ttlt-rbi uiii. Krvhipt'laa. Diseases nf thtH alp.
Hd Porca, wherever located; Iti liing Kruntbina of
all kiiola. Scaly Fruptiomt of hM kiiob. Barber's
1'ch, l-'innworniB. t'hiltilaiuH. Kever BIN-e, the
StlnpBol Beea, tbe Bitea of Miirtquetoea. Fleas, Ac ;
all"-, the Biie. of l'ois-fioua Kept ilea inded, every
kii d of rutniieiU" diHca-e
THF KVVFN K -Kxamine my Circulars and
rnn i'lib-ta be evidence extfnd- over a period of
in arly tbirleeu yewrw, provine that It hat rurpd Id
ni'mlM-rleca rate that nave battled the nkill ofahn
mo i eminent ihyiriati
M axra Ar.ao. Bnker Co., New York write re.
4M.'M PAIMFHH VKCKTABLB COSMKTIO
('TlOV, under date of July la, ss:
"Aii nronniutatire nf niira hat ben cured by ft of
Erzema on taith leea and feet, after having been
piiinoitiit rd incurHbte bv rhylciana in and out of
the homtitat. T'.e writer ha alo been rured of the
aame trouble, after having tried every thing be
Could think of for eighteen month."
Are you troubled with any kind of disease of the
skin? Thin I otioii if offered to you with the aa-tur-Btice
that it ia tbe great aovereitru remedy for every
auibtttlliction. Prepared on'y by
No. 36 Meat Fourth-at.,
And for sale by Pnigfrlrit Kenerallv. ocJ
GliEAT CHOICE OF KIBUONSI.
Our new aaaortment It not eqnaled by any other
tbe city; and what ia more esaential, the
J. LE BOUT1LLIER A BRO'S,
ocH-x :OWeat FonHh-at.
LADIES' FANCY FURS.
I have the larireat and beat selected stock
of Fl'HS erer ottered in Cincinnati, of eTry
kind aid quality. Kono but tho genuine
artiele Bold, aod alt warranted free from
moth, or any other imperfection.
I) 1. Maker,
ocI9- BELOW FOUBTH.
FOUND AT IjASTI
A Sinai. Preparation that Changes
Gray Hair or Whiskers,
FE It FECT DROWN OR BLACK,
And the only ihlni that will do it,
WITHOUT HOAPIKU OB WASH.KQ.
I1IJY THE JMIAWATHAI
OFFICE-KKAVK'9 BUII.niNO, CORNEB OF
10 T RTH AND ItACE.
far Come aud sec wht ws can show."5t
Will be iut by Eirnx.
jHSt-t J t) HARRISON. Bole A sent.
Madame II ol lard
t-Cir THE U It K A T KIT It O P E A N
JaVCST I'LMIIVl.YANT AND HKAM.Nl MB
J)U M7 l lncutcdat 'ill WaUiul-ali'oet, (Jmcuuuti,
III. hoped no nre will deamlr of a care until they
have vvru Madauie H.'a medicine, a trial. Darius
her travel. lie l a. been thein.trumeiit of rorttoritig
health and vigor. tbru.and. who were on ue
vrerie of i he frrave, and whoara now living monu
ment, i.f her .kill and medloin..
Ahh FOKM8 OF F KM ALB DIFFICULTI'8 AT.
TEMDESTO WITH THE HAPPIEST BESULTS.
Hons or lusiaiTUS.
Fhe doea not rwiulre Inyalldat-xx plain symstoma,
teilng thrir cause and Uiration a sati.faotory a. to
aierlt the confidence of all who have cou.ulted her.
Aledlrinea Kht to all part of tU. conutry by Kx
prvae, when ordered.
A GoodThlrty-boar Clock. lor
JLt tbe Corner of Fifth and Race.
KS S55. 3
Sewlnfr Machines 1
Btr Call aat sa U at H Was Foorta-st.
DELAND & GOSSAGE'S
At an Immen.e saHAee, willllie sold at 31'4, 37H,
41, SO. 6'2t, ., 7.1, S3, ftOcenta, and 81
tbegreateatbatgalus aver offered In this market.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
Bargains I Bargains !
Wp have on hand all the most fashionable stylos
rf Cloaks won.
Fine Clotlx Arabs, -
With nnd wlt' nut sleeves, richly trimmed.
FINK CASTOft DKAVKR CL'lTIT, CLOAKS.
Greatest novelty of the aeaHon, heinitifully trimmed
with 0dd and Veivet.
Broelie Shawls, Wool Shawls,
FAIL AND WINTER SHAWLS!
CHEAP SILKS FROM AUCTION!
At 31 H, 37)4, 43 and SO eents-
NVMrth 60, 73 cents and 81.
PARIS WOOL DRESS GOODS,
Plain, Brown and Blue Velvets.
In Br wn. Blue and Green,
Tbe ni'iHt deai' Hldnt ods nf the season.
At73cetits Worth $1.
CARTA ) PLAIDS IN CHMCE COLORS.
In Chinta t:olorlng Entirely Now Stvlna.
A i JM and '13 cents,
Something new, for Tniveling Drasaes
BENFhFW PLAIDS, for Children-Scotch styles.
LADIES' AND CHIIDXKN'8 MOROCCO AND
Rich assortment of
ZEPHYR. WOOI, HOOD8,
IAItiro.A3 AND SONTAG9.
Ladles' and Children's Woolen Basques, new styles.
HOSIERY, GLO YES, 40.
LADIKS', GKNTS' AND CHILDREN'S
DE It VESTS,
A Inrge variety, and he.t stylos manufactured.
Large aaaortment of
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BLANKETS,
At 83 AO, 94, 84 00 and 93.
CHILDREN' CKIB BLANKETS,
At 81 25, SO. 81 73 and 93.
DEL ANTV&GOSS A.GE,
74 and 16 West Fourth-street.
iy IDE 'AWAKES A TTENTIONI
GENKRAL ORDERS NO. U.
Cincinnati Widb-awakh TlKADQrARTFRS,
0OIUlK) 2, ItM'Ai. )
Thf Wide-Awakoi of the City nre herehr uotifled
to meet ut tlio Kitih-ittrvet Murket-npuca THIS
KVF NINO, ut hbll'past nix oluck, fur paradd aud
(Mir pnentn, upon fcrrlval, will at once pruffd to
tht Fif'h-Htreut Market upace, where the Wide
Auakt O-mpMnie ot theO ty, wi'h theecptlnn
Iicrea'ter pecitied. will be drawn up Thev will
there rrlvc and ituard mir ffiifr-is' tiroh tillaf'er
tht- lunch whf ttiey will march to ihe riKht of the
Ct'llmlll l II BIX in MI'WT.
Iuriiis luuch, the First and 8econd WhH Com pa
ntta1i,l !iA at ihu HioilsillMrlMrai nH IhnTunth '
Vrd and Kiehth Ward C mimriion at the MelodtHa
and ( ailtotio IiiHtitiite. rpfciir ly.
Win n the col i. mil h furiud on Sixth, the Clncln
nHti liHtiali.-n w ill op-ii to the riht and loft, pre
ut iitiiig aims, and allowing our gueuts to pus tu the
Our gueftn will take the p- ulti.ind astirned by the
Aids, In the fulluwing order of St toa ludiaua,
Kentucky, Ohio. H. o. BDKDKN,
gMlTl & NIX ON'S RAL L
Blx Nights Only!
Wednesday Evening Nov. 7.
Magician and Ventriloquist!
WITH ALL BIS LEARNED
Canary 13 i i tl s !
Cardaof Adraisalon 95 cents.
Children. 1J ceuts.
Doors open at 7t4; Performance commences at 8
o'clock, tientitnianly utthersin aitendaace.
no2-m HAHBY LAWREN'.B, Agent.
tjBNnynrH or debs immedi ateIT
to No. ItiH Viim-.t.
0U10 MECUAMC8 ISST1TUTE.
School of Xealcn,
MECHANICAL, ARCHITECTURAL AND ARTISTIC,
Tuesday Evening, Nov. 6, '60,
IN THE LARGE HALL OF T.HE INbTITOTE.
HE If AI Ij WI1 li HE OPENOV SAT-
tritAI LVLMnU. tu RMMiun to that nun U
incir arruie ij iiuuuwt, w in n w it -ec U rn uinlll lu
tl e use 1 1 h aan during thnfsi n Tho nnmlrpr
of bvath Wii.g liuiit-d. it in intp -rtant for thotte wish
ins io attend, to make ImniedtMte application
3leniU-iof th luslinitH are until hd to attend
ance tibe; all otuttra ill be charged 3 V.r the
TIIF PROPKIKTOR OP THE ABOVE
ee-talilic hnniit rir-pecttiiliv infotiii hia iiiwud
aid the pulitit-gciiHia'ly tliat Item Imtter preparud
tlian yvt r to nupply thvir oiduni with every thiug
THK MNTNO-PARLOR8 of the St. Churls are
lui vo and comft ritthle, aud well supplied with ric h
llute. cut-gUtm Hiid China, and Imvu littoly received
direct from 1'arin a nuperb lot of Table Oruau.t11.t0,
OINNEFS, EVFNING OR WEDDING-PARTIES.
TBE KITCHEN I. under the superintendence of
Hi- N. WOi l', x.horj be bos boon for th last
With a rotapetent Steward and obliging Waiters,
I b' pe a Conliiiuaiice of that liberal patronage I
bsve received fr uearly thirty years.
THE CELXAK8 are aell stored with
CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS,
Borne of them tbe accumulation of many yeara.
nol-d GEO. 8B Proprietor.
opemg wwm miluxery!
MR?. AVa L.. IIUDSOX
WILL OPEN HEB STOCK Or
Saturday, November 3, 1860.
No. ITS Vine-street,
nol-b Between roqrtli and Fifth.
IV YOUBAVB LONTANV THINO, AD
VIKTlHE It la ta. PHESa, wh.r. )Mf ai.er
tiaeaieut will be mors likely (a be ata than la any
laaf aaaaft oa a&ooaat f Its sxleii.lrs sirouiaUoa
t . s '. - V
Ooiiio midJ: Seo!
CHINTZ FIGURED DELAINES,
At 3J" cents worth 75 cents. ' .' '..
Received yesterday, direct from Eastern Auction.
2,500 YDS. NORWICH POPLINS,
At 23 cents worth HO cnts, r
No. 112 Pifth-st.,
nol BETWEEN VINE AND RACE.
I7OV fI.E CHEAP, AT NO. 168 VINE-
Friday Evening, November 2.
THB LINE OF MARCII
Will firm on Plxh tret, right renting on Broad
way, d rtptttyiiig wcHtwardly; down Broadway to
Frcnt. along Front to Mam, and countermarch on
Front and Br adwav to Fourth, nut Fourth to
Smith, up Smlih tu Fifth out Fi'th to Mound, up
M'tuini to Rishth. nnt Kithth t-- Frepman, up Fe
man t Kirhmu d, up Richmond to Cutter, up Cut
ter to Libcity. nut l ih rty to Vine, down Vin to
Th-rtwMh out Thlrm-nth t Main, down H iln to
Fishth, out Kighth to Elm, coii'itfrmarchin'? round
thp I'ark to Vine, down Vine to Flfth-ntreet Mar-
et-Rpar, arid rtWnnw.
THE CITIZKVS AKHJ BFOtlErfTEO TO TL.LU
M1NA IE ALONG THK I, INK tiF MARCH.
1 he rttf7"n of each ward aro rcqueHted to have
their RAHK ET OF PROVISIONS at t It- HKA!
01' A RTFL8 "f thrir re'-pertivf wards by FRIDAY.
TWELVE O'CLOCK M.t WITIloCT VKIL.
All citix- n", it in hoped, will contrlhuto liberally
for tho HOSIMTAUiiE ENTER LA INDENT OF
IjUnrhwill le oorved at seven oVlock P. M.. In
the mtigniflrent Hall of ihe Catholic Institute, tho
Melixluon Hull, the Fiit-ward liradquarteri aud
the Beyond-ward Headiiuarterd. Tho commit tue
v ill he reaiy at thee p acea to rerelve rrovisionn at
any t nnaUr Friday, nino o clock A M , ai wollag
at the HeHduuarterH t'the reup ctive wards. PRE
PARE VOI R BASKETS EARLY.
The Commilteeof Arrangement defilre that Ward
Coniiuitteu leport to them an moou an practicable.
WILLAKD P 8TrM3,
D. W O KHMCK LEY,
WM PEN N1XOV,
EDWARD F. OYES.
R DKLAVAN MUSSEY,
nol-b Com. of Invitation and Armngfrnents.
Opening or Winter Millinery!
" WK HHALL OPEN
Baturday, November 3, 1860.
HO West Pourtli-st.,
nol o Between Vine aud Bace.
VOTIOK.-I HAVE TIII4 l Y SSO.
X ClATKD with me Mr. k. L. b.VMV, ami
will continue Ihe General 8enl anil Affrjcuftiiriil
Implement lUHinsa, at ttif-eld Hta"d 191 Wul mt
slre t, under tbe II rm name of NKUI.KY A Ut
CAM P. A. U. NEiLEf.
CiNoiMKATi, October 1, ISfiO.
A. O NKOLEY. I. L. DE 0AUP.
NKG LEY & DR CAM P,
Wh lesale and Hetail Dealer, in (Sarilen, Field and
Fiiiver.ei-ils; vririiltural and Horticultural Tools,
Iniplrnieuia and Alachiiiea; Krmt-tree'i, Kosen.
Bi'ddit ft-plants and Kvergreens; fJroo anil Dried
Frnita; Horticultural B ks. Ac ; No 171 Walnut
stre.t, lirst door below Uibi-o . Hoine.
nol o NEGI.KV & DeCAMP.
Dutch Bulbous Roots.
HYACINTH, CROCUS AND TUIilP
UootsjUBt receivid itnd lnr sale bv
NKllLKY a DeCAMP,
Seed and Agricultural Waeh .nae, '
PQ2-C 171 W nut treet.
jOO "tff?KLS fOl'THERN PEACH
In store aud for sale br
NEGLEY A DrCAMP,
Soed and Agricultural Warehouse,
no2-o No. 171 Wuluut-street.
O W m bush Hlr pped Ulue-grass,
lu stole and tor sale by
NEQLKY ft DeOAMP,
Seed and Agricultural Warehouse,
1)02-0 No. 171 Waluait.-atreet.
French Acouring Kstabllsnment.
JFRECnARD, 130 WRST FOUHTH-
MHKhT, three door, from Elm, cleans, all
made-up all bind, of Dresses, MiawLs, l'iaao and
Tal'le-corers, 8,1k and Laos Cnrtaius.
I'ura and tientlemen's Cl' thes cleaned like new.
PIUMH SWEKT UUTTEIt
RECEIVED DAILY, AT TODD'S, 53
Wali ut-Hreet, above Sixth. uo-b
ACOCKERY, Sc O .
For all kiods of
CHINA, GLASS AND KRTIIES WABE,
Call at 09 West fourth-street.
We are selling all kinds of Goods at Terr low prices.
nol-0 HUGGINS ft DUNCAN.
II 1 T IS tsTO NED INN K U..H E T 8.
CUB ASSOUTMENT OF
NEW I) I N N K 11 - S K T 8
PBETTIIST AND BEST IN THE CITT.
Purchasers will find it to their advantage to call
aud esatniue our stock,
AT 3 WIST FOUBTH'BTBEET.
nol-fl HUOOINS A DIINOAN.
QLD, TKIED AND AfPltOVKD.
J. J. BUTLER'S EXCELSIOR BECOBD FLUID
will bs found admirably adapted to Ladles' tue :
will be perfumed to order, with the Balm of a
Thousand Flowers, or Otto of Boss, if preferred.
Call at 39 Vias-strejt. oc3l-f
89 WEST FOUBTH-STBEET,
rclO One door east of Vina.
89 V8Z F0CBTH.8TBIIT,
ocIO One door east of Vine.
FINE TEAS FINK TEA4.-JIT8T HE
Ct.IVaD,M balf-cheau of choice Black Teas,
oonal.tipg of Engli.b Breakfast Tea. aud line Or.
ante llavtrad Cloug. A!.o, 60 half-'hesLs ve: y su
perior Oreea Ta. con.i.tinf of Imperial, atoyiaua
oung Bysoa aud Pearl LeaGun puvdHr.
Forealeby JOflN BATES,
oca National Theater Building, Sycamore-st.
MfchM MACKI(KEL-IUE8S MACKEU
LL, etc. Just racei.ed, do kits ana balf-kiU
atena klackerel, new aad vary Bo.. Akw,sA kit
ai hlf kits No. I Balmoa. FeraaUby
BAIta, katloaal Thaawr Bulldlaf,
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
1S!- " 20!
, IN THE WEST! -
'J - '
What Is the nse of paying Thirty, Fortr or Flftr
Dollars for a Cloak, when yon can purchase a roallr
nteel garment for Ten, Twelve, Fittoen and
Xwenly Dollart, at
GEORGE LEWIS &C0.'S
Directly Opposite Fostofflee.
We are msnnfncturlng all the Fashionable Style
at the nboro prices, and feel confident that we can
suit all who will favor us with a coll.
BKMEMBEB THE LOCATION,
OS "VCTost XOTXi-tla-st.,
DIRECTLY orroSlTB THE I'OSTOFFIOE.
GEO. LEWIS & CO.
fllf. KAKSHMKK'S PVTRXT KIteC-
MW Tli-THfclA' KI'TIO HA1HS tJUKS
ru tOlt MM RYTHKM: Mr M. ' liHmpinin, Rut
tor M. icli!-i t, 2i.l C !itrftl-avenuf Mo.-rurietl Affpn-
tiop and 'ftrHl)itof tlio rialit Ifg. W A. Stf(r
lMiinib-r, 2.VI (Vntral avouuo, Strlrtum, (virtiu
rnral?iifl and extnri.o Nprv'!iifipa. ,1ns II Wh'tn.
A tiorno -8t-'ftwt 2)K) W tlnut Ntrpet, Rh'-umatlxm
tfii jcnrp RtmiftlniF, M Hnyrler, Athirnev -nt-ltw,
fit rrnl P' 1'fbtj-, rHHP"d hy Imrl stmly Jnhfi II.
rntrirk, Mtrrhnt Tailor, Zlfi Vlno-itnmt, Awh
nmtn niuMtini ihul Airrction- Sir. HoiiHton, Tin
nrr fit Pivwuhd's Tin-nliop, Ut orffe-iitrwt, A-tthmt
IS KHi'ftia and nrT -na pnirttmilon,- VVtn. .().
t'nrp' ntt-r, A2 Dnrr-rttrout, I'alpitutlon ot tlm Hnart
arid fli.w ot "hint d to thp hriiin. Air. Adam. Ouvn
d"t, Vn rntftlfiifl of tlm entire right, nido. Mrs.
Pr Voml-Himh, 2'2n Itnrr.Rtrect. Incipient 0n.
ctiniptimi. M(b Knto Poliprtv, .icoriTe-8tr(i t. Oel-
lulnr Propsv nnd nervon dctill tv. Mm iliRhwur
don, Tiffin, Ohio, Kllintrnftlip Womhand Mvntprtn.
Thpn Paths aro In vticccdfu) nnprnti n at 414
Went Filili-fftrot't, !etppn Mound and Par It, undor
thchn-KPof Pr n. Smith B.nnton. The D-ct'.r
rpferi all tho- winhinK t trv these Baths to th
1v . -nampd prso t, and to manv m re If d-aired.
All Chronic a.'d Nwrvon Ailment trraTod wltli
eiiual -utphh. Rrmfnla, Narct'tir, and all mineral
lifnnfl ahiitracted from the pyntcm Pttienta will
not t he cold after t-iking thee luilhs lo thecoldont
leather CqI and cet a pamphlet, irlvlr, tho
theory and prartico of thin new mode of treatment.
No othfT hatha like them in the city. Consult at fun
fre Office hours frnm 7 A M to1 P M. Mas.
Botkton will attend to the ladien. For further
particulars, call or mid res-, Inrlnsineatflmp.
DB. N. 8111 TR BOYNTON.
octw tf Cininati. Ohio.
RITY YOUR AHU-TUBS AT NO.
West : Wilson's
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES I
RE1MOVFD FROM WAl.NTTT.HT. TO
70 Wt6I FOLEIH-8T., at Wis .ell's Pie.
We rail the attention of the pnbllc to come and
examine thei-e slHchineaand aeo the simplicity of
them. This Marhlne ia airnpleand loss liable to
ft out of order than any other now bef re the mar
et. It will Htitch from :he finat to the coarsest
of fabric. It will uo tho thread from the original
spools. It can stitch hem, tuck, gather, maka
cord and embroidery beautifully.
Call and get a sample of the work.
ONLY TI1IRTY DOLLARS!
NO. 70 WEST FOURtTTsT., BETWEEN YIN'
At "Wiswell's Ploture-stcre.
octt a;T m. R. Ill HOLT & FISITER.
LANE Ac IIOIILUY,
Found ers and Engine-builders,
Corner John and Water-streets, Cincinnati.
FAMllONABLK 8 II I R. T M ANDPAO.
TliKrfi AND llBALtH IN OKMTS' VU.
10 WK8T FOURTH-STREET.
Pattern. Cnt to Order. apaO-ay
Lard Pumps ! Lard Pumps !
FOR SUPERIOR. ARTICLE OP
11UASS OK IKON
Call on McCOLLUM,
ec2.i 101 8lxth-st., bet Vine and Kaca.
AT TODL'S RESTAURANT,
Wo. Q51 Wain ut-ft tree t,
TTEXT DOOR TO TODD'S OYSTER
lifc,P(T, y u can Ret an exeelleat me ti at all
huu fnr 2fct nts. A few gentlemeu can be acooin
m 'dated with day-board at $3 per week.
Oysteni In evry Btylo. nol-f
TlTFIaCltAKTS IN THE CITY ARE RE.
J.TM 8IK TFULLY inftirmed that I am pin pared to
oveifaanl and renovate Molded Hox-tohacoo with
care and dispatch, on the inmt reasonable terms, at
niy Faetorii No. 30 Water street,
nol-d R. R. JONES.
S. O. DHAKB,
ETAIL DRY GOOD 8-449 FIFTH-
sikst.r, ( li.ciui.au, OM... ocit-ciu"
Fistula in Ano Treated
nt I)R. W1W. OWENS, WITHOUT Till
Knilt- or ignture, b. a new, si nple and pecu.
liar m tlio.i i f tieauuent, dis :erei by hiiaaelf
abrm eight yeiia aKo, aid abich baa hreu it
trndrd with complete success in every case. Dr.
OWhNri lias btii a cit;.en of Cincinnati f .r the
last twenty nre years ai d a"ftiio. ttienniioti'd tht
tbe alio e is no hnuibiiK- Vnr further inf.rma
tion, apply at his t iflce uud re-idence, No. 80 W, st
boenth-st., Cincinnati. oc30 tf
rfiiiE nir.HEST market prick
JL. paid lor Dce.wuT, nt all tinins, br
OKO. M. D1X. N. DrueeM,
nol N. K. corner Fifth and Bliiin-.ts.
Plfin i n- Fit EMH. PRESSED, IN
JVIU hall and 1 IN. pkii' i
Ion lbs. fro.h-powiliTeil. in an., for sale by
UEII. M DIXiiN, Iirimiiiat,
nol N. B corner Fifth nod M iin .ts.
tiaibage Jfroclamation !
THE LAW WILL BE ENFORCEO.
Tub. at ItiH Vine s.l
Dixon's Sugar-coated Pills,
PURELY VEGETABLE, AND PLEA.
ANT to una Ailiuit'ed u be the best c'ainilf
Pill in tue. Prepared only bv
;KO M DIXON. Drniriri.t,
rot M. K corne. Kifih and Mam sts.
Fortnno-tellinff aad Phroaoloyy.
ALL PRRftONS WIoHING TO KNOW
their lulure pnwpecU, can have thein a.rvesly
stand by Madame AlHiu.at KoiirtU-t .i Tt.nr
of Kim, aliere.he nia) beo.uulted on all mattera
coceiuina love, marriage, cmruliips. law maitora,
business sffairt.; and will tell the name ot the l.lr
or aentleiuau they will marry; also the name of her
Tisllors. B .1
" English Hardware Paper."
5 TUNS -NOW REOKIYINO -SIZES t
SOS40, HxM, WlM and H1I-. This p.l-.r ta
superir to auy made in this country, aud is orTer4
as low as an) arto-le of astara or Western maua
ttur.. Jf, IIlD W(
ocl4 TT and 79 Waluut-at.
Tailors' Pattern Paper.
KlXON.t'HATrilCLD A WOODS,
eel 77 and 9 Walnut-strnat.
Ruled Cap and Letter Papers.
LABOR ASHORTMENT ON HAND,
frwia one to tirst claM. For sale low.
klXUli, CHAIK1H D WiviDS,
CM t T aud t Waluut-at.