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The Lincoln Era.
Hitherto it Lm all been plain sailing to Ihe
Bf pnblican party. Some carefully-trimmed
jlitltrlBg' generalities about freedom, an
swered for capital; and tbe blunders, ma
lignity, and general unpopularity of the
Administration, supplied ammunition. The
course of tbe Opposition is usually easy; and
it ought to be especially so against Mr. Bu
chanan's Administration, since his own party
finds it necessary to denounce him. But
now the Republican pnrty has to pass the
trying ordeal of success; and the history of
formcranti-Democratic Administrations does
not furnish any great encouragement. The
first and greatest difficulty which a Repub
lican Administration will encounter will be
to satisfy its own party. It is very well . to
talk about conciliation and a conservative
coarse, but no course will secure a Repub
lican Administration any support outside its
own party. What the Opposition want is the
control of the Government and the offices,
not conciliation nor conservatism. They
will hail with delight any mistakes of the
Administration, no matter bow injurious to
the public welfare. No matter how con
ciliatory, or patriotic, or bumble and timid,
the Lincoln Administration mny be, it will
meet aa opposition as savage and relentless
as that which pursued a far purer Adminis
tration than It will probably be iliat of John
Q. Adam; and it will have to depend for its
Support, and for a re-election, entirely on the
party which placed it in power.
A difficulty in the case, or an advantage,
according as it mny be used, is that an Ad
ministration comes into the Executive with
the most brilliant expectations on the part
of the parry, while there is no positive policy
either laid down or that can be proposed or
carried out. . The platform ig as blind as a
Delphic oracle, as to performance; and there
are really no positive measures practicable or
needed. The party itself can not propose
any. The party comes in as an Anti-slavery
Iarty--that fs,'believing slavery to be very
bad where H is not, though tolerable and to
be endured where it is and opposed to its
extension Into Territories. But it is not
agreed on the measures for preventing its.
extension; and if it were, there is no Terri
tory now wlich needs their application, nor
is there likely to be; nor could it pass any,
if the first two conditions existed.
Nor is a Republican Administration iroing
.to resist the admission of slave States.A
Confederacy made up of States half slave and
half free, will not set np exclusion against
the admission of another slave State. The
abolition of slavery in the District of Co
lumbia, which nsed to be a great object in
Whig times, and which is a part of the Abo
lition capital now, is the merest bagatelle, of
no sort of value as an Abolition feat, even if
it were practicable, which it is not. Slavery
can not be abolished in the District without
compensating the owners. This, like all
Government purchases, especially in the Dis
trict, would be at fabulous prices, and the
Government would find a most fabulous in
crease in their numbers. It would only be
offering a great premium on all the worthless
negroes of the surrounding States. And
when bought, what would the Government
6o with them? Most of the States exclude
'.'ree negroes. What State would take them
if they were exiled? and what right have
States which exclude free negroes to put
them on the District? The proposition is an
absurdity; and, even if it were not totally
impracticable, both from the nature of the
case and from the impossibility of carrying
the necessary legislation, it is not desirable.
No man can really believe the play worth
the candle, even if it could be played.
There is nothing that a Republican Admin
istration can do against slavery. What can
it leave undone for it? To suppose that it
will refuse to execute the laws Is folly. Even
were a President so disposed, a hostile Con
gress and Judiciary would find' means to
bring him to M. The Fugitive-slave Law
was never so zealously executed as by Mr.
Fillmore, who, wben he entered the. Execu
tive, was as much an anti-slavery man as
Mr. Lincoln or . Mr. Seward are now. So
were the Northern members of his Cabi
net. Much of tbe hostility to the law will
disappear when Republican Commissioners
and Marshals execute it; and it will be exe
cuted just as faithfully, though probably with
less violence and show of fraud than now.
And it may be found that with a decent ad
ministration of tbe law, all danger of resist
ance will vanish.
There is no' influence so conservative as
office. People are always law-abiding when
tbey are the officers to execnte tbe laws.
History is a very unpleasant reminiscence
in American politics; but it may be remem
bered that the most heart-rending outcries
ever made against the Fugitive-slave Law
were made by the Northern Democracy,
when it was passed and put ia operation
under a Whig Administration; also, that it
was under a Northern Whig Administration,
which went into office just as much anti
slavery in sentiment as Mr. Seward or Lin
coln, that the army and navy of the United
States were ordered into the service of re
capturing negroes; and that then, when tbe
Democracy was filling the air with its out
cries against the inhumanity of the law,
volunteer companies at Boston and Detroit
turned out to aid Whig Commissioners and
Marshals in returning fugitives.
And we might refer to another fact, not
so generally known, but which a few in
this State will remember, that under that
Whig Administration the severest penalty
ever yet administered for resisting the law,
was imposed in Ohio, under the ruling of a
Federal Judge who has since been talked
of as a Republican candidate for the Presi
dency, on a lawyer who, it was claimed on
bis put, acted only as attorney for the fugi
tives, jand did no m re than ad viae them
what their rights were.
Bo far as slavery is concerned, 'there is
nothing wbich a Republican Administration
cande 0 leave undone. Its policy must
necessarily be one of inactivity, which may
be "masterly" or otherwise, according as it is
Improved. Can Lincoln satiafy the party with
this? A course of inactivity on the great
question which holds ' the party together,
which ihpuld end behaving him without a
party, and in bringing a Democratic Admin
tion into flower, would not bo called "ana
terly." Unfortunately; or fortunatelywe
don't kWw WliltW a rreaident most bar a
party in order to make a successful Admiuis
tratiogr'PMiiottem' aud concession 1 ery
s-wnvrte wn uo.AMi row, (ua-ivr
Administration, ever to patriotic and con
liliBtoryi which enJs by finishing It owr
party, will be called a failure.
Mr. Lincoln's success depends chiefly on
his management of the official patronage.
It is sad to mention so gross and material
an end to tbe great contest for freedom. It
h ssddor still to say that this is the part
of his Administration which requires the
greatest moral courage, firmness, judgment
and executive ability, and in which he will
most likely fail. Suppose we take tbe hue
and cry of advice which has opened upon
him since the election, from some Republican,
qunsi-rcpublican, ' quasi-independent and
wholly mercenary journals, as a criterion of
his course. He is voluminously exhorted to
take a conservative course. The Philadel
phia rrtM and the United States Gazette
have pronounced for a conservative Admin
istration, and a large pack of the smaller
fry are also in full cry on the same note.
It is peculiarly interesting, also, to see a
journal like tbe Cincinnati Commercial,
which, before election, wag filled with in
fliimaiatory appeals to " tote for freedom,",
now . declaring that the conservative senti
ment of tbe country demands that the Ad
ministration shall not be aggressive npon the
institutions of any of the States. If a jour
nal bad a political idea distinct enough to
make it competent to turn State's evidence
in this way against its own party, it might be
interesting p inquire how Mr. Lincoln's
Administration could be aggressive upon the
institutions of tho States. Mr. Corwin, also,
some time since resurrected from the tomb
of tbe Fillmore Administration, and looking,
like Alexander, for more worlds to conquer,
has come forward as spokesman for the Lin
coln Administration, and promises that it
fchall be conservative. Virtually placing it
in the criminal s box, he pleads guilty for it,
and promises reformation.
If these would-be organs should stop to
get an idea in their heads before they give
tongue, how could they specify what they
call a conservative course? There is nothing
that can be done or left undone, for or
against the institutions of any States. No
policy can be laid down as conservative or
radical, for there is nothing that can bo done
or proposed. But what the greater part ot
these conservatives mean is, that Mr. Lin
coln shall give the offices to a faction inside
tbe Republican party; and rather more hos
tile to it than the Democracy, who call
themselves conservatives; and shall take
them as his advisers, with such new converts
as official patronage will bring to him, and
shall turn the cold shoulder to what these
conservatives call radical, that is active and
This is what is meant by a conservative
Administration; and this the common in
firmity of humanity will probably carry Mr.
Lincoln into. This kind of conservatism
will be to give the cold shoulder to such
men as Seward, Chase, Wade, C. M.
Clay and Trumbull, and take into his
councils such men as Corwin and Ew
ing, and other fossils from the North,
who have been recently revived into
an appearance of animation by tbe pros
pect that Republicanism would have cakes
and ale in its gift. People in Ohio need no
prophet to tell them the result of this con
servatism. It would dissolve the Republican,
much quicker than John Tyler did the Whig
party. It would be the identical course
which Tyler and Fillmore pursued, and
would end the same way. Yet this is the
course that the journalistic wisdom of the
country is pointing out for Mr. Lincoln, and
tbe one be will be most likely to pursue,
His Administration will probably be a slight
interregnum in Democratic rule; just long
enough to bury its feuds. An overwhelming
victory will bring back its ancient prestige;
and the fresh distribution of the whole pa
tronage of the Government, without any of
the disaffection which follows when one
Democratic Administration succeeds another
of the same party, will restore and establish
its harmony for another long term. This is
the most probable result of this great "vic
tory of freedom."
"Artemus Ward" has got into Vanity Fair
As that paper makes rather high pretensions
in bumor and wit, and really has much
merit, this new feature is worthy of com
ment. It is generally supposed that humor
must have some foundation in human
character and peculiarities, or incidents.
Here we have a showman. To be sure, there
are living showmen; and this is the only
living feature in the Artemus-Ward papers.
TbiB is an impossible showman; but let that
pass. The idea of a showman's correspond
ence is a humorous one, and Barnum's lite
rary performance helps it.
But here we have an impossible showman,
telling of incidonts utterly impossible and
unnatural, and whose only suspicion of hu
mor consists in their impossibility, told in
an impossible gibberish, laboriously mis
spelled into tbe most distorted shaae. Inci
dents totally unnatural, not having the least
shadow of a connection with human na
ture, written in a language which no body
writes, and with an orthography as far as
possible from what an ignorant man would
make. In short, it is a humorous effort
withoata particle of human nature or hu
man probability in it. Aside from this, its
chief features are a paucity of ideas and ex
pressions, and its endless repetitions of a
few current flash phrases.
Thackeray, iu his "Vellowplush Papers,"
made a very humorous work of the experi
ence and style of language and imaginary
spelling of the footman; but the style was
fuunded on fact; the incidents were only an
exaggeration upon probable evenU, and the
spelling was what a stylish flunkey would
naturally fall into. The Artemus-Ward
papers are just the reverse of this. If humor
ous, it is bumor with human nature left out.
It has not tbe claim of novelty, for the exaggerated-spelling
wit has been considerably
worn. It may be that American humor is
so barren that tbe standard of a paper de
voted to wit and bumor will have to come
to this. It may be also thai it will suit the
popular taste and pro'e profitable to the
paper, In which case it is good enough.
A Serious Defect in Northern Character.
The South Carolina performance is in
tended to scars the Presidential Electors
from casting their votes according to the de
cision of the people. ' It seems almost incred
ible that such a project can be seriously en
tertained, but the play of fright has become
too common an element in oar polities to
leave any doubt on this brad, The demon
strations will be carefully timed so at not to
require any overt act, nor any thing that
can not be backed out of, until after the
aveting of lie electors j and then, till after
tt-t rauaiinr of t).e.ytJii, Couirrai: and
1.4 ik Wtuwe ui.uwkt;d l4 Ua.vi
act of the President, which will be an indefi
This frightening performance brings to
mind an incident' which occurred in a
Justice's court '. A ."rough" was bronght
op to testify against a liquor-seller. Being
in favor of free trade in liquor, and having
himself consumed, or been consumed by, the
liquor in question, he refused to boar wit
ness. Upon this the Magistrate, with awful
dignity, inquired if he was aware of the
strious consequences that he would incur if
be refused to answer the question, and
Bternly ordered bim to answer immediately.
Look here, 'Squire," laid the imperturbable
witness, "before we go any further, yori
might as well understand that I don' scare
worth a damn," Tho South ought to have
learned by the Presidential election that the
North don't scare worth a the aforesaid.
A Business View.
If any have a curiosity to know who of
tbe Cincinnati traders are full of business,
let them see who advertise in the Press.
We have seen this so well established.,
through the summer and fall, that we know
that our advertisers will substantiate it;
albeit they may be quito willing to keep this
placer to themselves. , '
Compared with the extent of the business
in this city, the number of advertisers is
very small. There are a few who advertise
rcgulorly and systematically, and they have
reaped large rewards from it. .Advertising
in this city is a rich mine, to a great extent
unworked. No investment offurs so great
returns to the business man, nor offers a
surer reward for enterprise.
The merits of the Press as an advertising
medium are apparent on a very slight reflec
tion. Its small size displays its advertise
ments vastly better, as it brings them all
within a glance; while its circulation iu this
city exceeds that of any other paper, saying
nothing of Covington and Newport, where
its circulation equals that' of all the other
Cincinnati papers put together. We might
alEO include Columbus, Indianapolis, Ports
mouth and other distant towns, where the
proportion is tbe same. ., And, we might also
mention that the Press circulates among
people who rend and think, and they are the
kind that do most of the trading.
VClothee renovated and repaired, 130 W. Sixth.
VClothing renovated and repaired, M B. Third.
ar A. A. Kystkb, Clocks, Watches end Jewelry,
Coe, MS and 871 Central-avenue.
9 MijmoTn Sky-moht. It U truly astonish
lug whet rush there la at Windir's Caller; thii
line weather, for his Photographs; thongh when we
re member that the Mechanics' Fair awarded hiia
the first Premium for the boat Photographs on ex
hibition, over the prominent galleries in this olty,
it onlr convinces m that the public are appre
ciating their interests. Gallery on Central-avenue,
McELVAlN-BRACKKN -On lord's day even,
ing, November 11, by klilor Wni. P. Stratt m, at his
residence, 201 Went EiKhth-st., Mr. Altizo McEI
vain, of Htorr Township, Hamilton County, and
Mips Mary Mi. Bracken, of Cincinnati.
Wedding and Visiting Card.
Engraved and Printed. St atsand Presses: De La Rim
Stationery and Knvelopes.
MIlrLKI A Q311TH,
(Successors to II H Shipley A Bro.,)
IrS- S'A Wt tfnnrth -street.
fe-saNOTICE.-l AM READY TO PAY,
IKS by crder of Court, all creditors of the
OhioLlfe Insurance aud Trust Co. holding certifi
cates fur balances of adjusted accounts, a scc-.iud
dividend of ten per cent, on the face of said certin-
catcs. inov-li jao. r. muntiKTit, Trustee.
PAY AND EVENING SESSION .
GUN DRY'S M KROANTILK OOI.IE R.
f-.-rth-west corner of Kilth and Walnut.ata The
Evening Sessinn is now open Hours of attendant
fri m 7 to 9 o'clock. Firwt Premium awarded to this
institution, at the late United Hi atet Fair fur the
liest Penmanship aud liest 8ystem of Instruction
iu Double-entry Book-keeping
nol'-a JNO. GIINDKT, Prlnclpil.
BEFORE NOTICING A PATENT
Medicine we have tit be convince.) tht it
ill prove iteelf to be all that it it rec.imnnnd-id.
Ana we wou'a any ttiar the tte.-tomttve 'lorJml and
Blord MeaoTator of Prof Wood will stand the teit
fully, and in fact it is without any doubt the first
article In market for Purifviug tbe Blood and
strengthening the Sst-m. We have no hesitation
in recommending its une toall. no2-MWFbna
2aPEKFUIHF.HY.-FOR FINK Crt-
1.0(1 Nti-WATER, either bv ill., court or
elegantly put up in bottlos, call at the Fourth-et.
My stock of theee articles ia complete, Inclnding
every variety of Lnhin'a manufacture, and all oth
ers of any celebrity. Having likowise nu abun
dance the nnest materials, I am manofactn-iug
a large variety, aud solicit a comptriaoa of them
with thoee of any other manufacture.
FALSI ICE'S SOAP DENTRIF1CB
Ia cmpreed of soanand other articles well knnwn
for their beneficial action upon the teeth and gums.
It contains no article that can possibly injure the
teeth, and can. consequently be used with perfect
impunity by persons of all ages.
81 1 1,0. N PAT.MKR.
Manufacturer and Importer of Perrutnery,'
noil) No. 38 Weet Pourtb-at.,
BACON'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE,
North-vest corner of Sixth and Walnut-ati.
J. H. DOTY, PRINCIPAL
ft-3aIAY AND EVENING SESSION.
lKi A must excellent opportunity in afforded
iii tlita JntitntioD of Leiming for upplptns tho
inMlectuiil waoi0 of ambitious men anj ajpirloff
youth. Let mechanic and farmers, c)rk and
member of tlio prof ion , persons in or out of
biitinefg, remeniber thut to be a business man re
quire! a Iiuniuei-R education ; and si ce nil, of necon
Rily, must be tm-iuew mm, it fliowi that all,
without ditrtiuntioo, should be educated accord
ingly. BatUfHcbryarrai)gemeuUufc.de fur full or
partial countos. Delay nt. not 2-a
LADIES' FANCY FURS.
I have the largest and best (elected stock
ot FUK8 ever offered in Cincinnati, of evury
kind and quality. Kona but the geauine
article sold, and all warranted free from
moth, or any other imperfection.
1. V. Baker,
oel,-z BELOW FOUKTH.
gpaUUEAT CHOICE OF 1UUB0N4.
Our new assortment la not equaled by any other
In the city; and what la mora essential, tha
J. L BOUTILLIGR ft IIBO'8,
oeH x :is Went roitrth-at.
T II K ; II F A T
, it located at 47 X Walnut-atreet, Cincinnati,
it ! honed no op will Aomnnlw of a enra nntU th
have ftWeu Madame H.'t mtHlirfnaa a trial. Dirtug
her travels una baa been theinctrumeui of rut luring
t health aud vigor, tbouhaiida who wre un tha
verge of tlie grave, and who are now liv.ug mona
Biettta of her kill and medleiua.
ALL FORMS OF FEMALK DIFFICULTIES AT
TivNDUJlU WITUliUCUAPi-lkJ! ttiLLIS.
MODS Or ULAMll'ATIOM.
Phe dot not require Invalid to ex plain ymatjnu,
telllitf their cauae and lucatieu S"i satisfactory aa to
feu-nt the cod 6 deuce of all who have oonaulied her.
Mttdiciuea aeut to ail parla ol the oouulry by Kx
n!M, wben ojdrad.. . oc26
, , ks S55. s3ea..v
LADD WEBSTER & q,Q,'S
I Sewing Machines!
i . (OB.
mm- OaU aad see theaa at West Fourth -a. .
( lanS-tj - . ,
G ALT-HOUSE RESTAURANT
rrm, it MiHtt - '
' suP-m. Sm Mkmt.d,jrtifi.-
THE Clfflf GOODS
r 1 ( , -or Tin-
f9 U 33!
From the recent '
LARGE AUCTION 8ALH IN NEW YORK,
Which will enable ns to offer greitnr bargains in
DBEB8 GOODS than ever before In Olncinnati.
CO Pieces JVII-wool Merlnoeajl
At SO cents.
OO Pieces ICxtra-flne Merlnoesl
At J J cents.
. All-wool Chint Uelaines!
At 3? cents.
BO Pieces of the Finest CJktrlt
At the unprecedented!? low price of fjl cheap
at 91 SO.
S.SOO Yards Xleautiful Itepptal
At 93 cents.
Cobonr&ra of All Colors I
At 34 cents.
At 20 centi.
lCrtRlish . Delaines I
" At 13.4 cents.
lO 3 Jules of Droguet Flannels!
At 13 cents worth 33 cents.
OO Fairs Bed-blankets ! 1
At $3 per pair.
lOO Doz. All-wool Bibbed Hose
At 30 cents por pair.
GBSAT BARGAINS IN
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES.
Ladies', Genta and Misses'
U ND EE WEAR!
HANDSOME WOOX LO.VQ SHAWLS t
AND A LABOR TATUHTY OF STELLA AND
OF EVERY VAIUETY OF 8TYI,E9.
Persons In need of Dry Gooda will do well to ex
amine our stock, as tbe goods are marked at such
prices as to Insure speedy sale.
Wo. 112 Fiflh-st.
noll-c BETWEEN TINS AND BACK.
Mammoth Fashion Plate!
CONTAINING SEVEN FIGURES.
GODEY FOR DECEMBER
"Ilridcs and Urldesmalds."
HAT Sn,I, BE SAID OF TUTS
Fashion I'lMtn? Cn nnv thintr sm nlni,.iiri
be pre ductal bv any mftffuzfne in Enelund. frrann
or America? We say, No! or, at leant, we can aajr
thut it -fctix net ynt bt-vn done We ahull commenca
ihe ymr with theiu. While other muKzines
c titent themwlvea with gWhig two figures, wn give
MTtn ; thin will average eightv-fonr o4nred figured
of fntihiortB t" twenty-four of other mas-azinen. Ow
ing tft our immense tvlition, we had to wwlt tome
p an by whit h wo could hrim? our fnliiooa down t
ti e latent peri d, and our Hiibocrtbera can one t tie
result. This ts another of the great triumphs of
machinery W now precent this faahion plate aa
THE BkSV KVEH PUBLISHED,
Whr-thera regards desigc, ODirrnvln?, grouping or
coloring Here ih a picture colored-uot a mere
tiff, Htut k-np fatihfou plate, but a aubject engrav
ing, aa much bo aa any other engraving ic the bonk.
The extra txpenne tor publishing these double
fash font i nearly $10, win for one year.
"Chrfbtman in the City" and "ChtixtmaA in the
Counfiy" are from two original pic 'urea designed
expreecly for G.duy. There is not aiiothor maga
Eiue publi-brd anywhere that evor went to lliia
expt'tiite; aud Godey haa given mora tliau sixty ea
giuviugs froai original picture.
FASHION PLATES FOR U61.
T.et our subacrilr look ont for these magnificent
dmihle-!?.' d colored fashions next year i iht;y alone
could not bo got up and a dd for 2ft cents each,
THE MASONIC SONG.
T e Mnnic in this number is the famous Mawnfo
Pong which has creatt-d such a furore when sung
from t e manuscript. It is now. for the flrt time,
pub if hed iu the Lady's Book. Every Mason ought
to have a ropy.
The author of "Ml-a Slimmena" will favor us
ur-Ai r wuii nnouier numerous story.
this i urn
"Tbe Prince of WaUs at Pennytown1 In
liter. Als , "B. Umtwr, Artist. " nol2-a
f)HAFTH IN LARGE OK SMALT.
MJ turns on London and Dublin, payable iu all
the principal towns of
I BE LAND,
For sale bf
James F; Meline & Co.,
ir West Thlrd-st.
fNAT.WAY STEAMER. -THE STEAM.
Having arrived at New York, will
positively sail from there oa
Tuesday, November, CO,
For passage, apply to
SI South St., New York;
Or to Wia. B. BARRY Si CO.,
Poll f Btiruet House Building, Cincinnati.
I7HKMI BALTIMORE OYSTERS. -I
Hill bw supplied tlirotiKhout tho suasoa wita
bllks's Excelsior No. 1, H.S mid Oysters.
Comer Ninth and Vine.'
-pv-EW PKVNSYI.VANI. 11IU K WHEAT.
A" 1 have jut received a lot ot new Duckwiiuat
that I cau recommend.
JOHN FEKGITSOM, Grocer,
noli Corner Ninth and Vine.
VALENCIA RAISINS KLKVKN CENTS,
iiest Lajer il.ums l.'tc., at
noli Corner Ninth aud Vine.
TTH. O. CHOPPER, N. B. CORNER OF
mw bixiu and llare-ata.. Ciucinuatl,
The marked tuoteae which Las attended Dr. O.'s
treatmuut of ,
Has determined him to devote aspeoial attention to
casrs tf that character.
Oilice hours 1 to A. K. and Vi to BX P. H.
rpAHLB OIL AND MALT VINEGAR.
SL Ju,t ref eied, an Invoice of Bm1.ux aud
Lucca (HI. Aim, i half-hhils. Superior mtuit Vine,
gar, for tabl, uaa. Fur sale by
B5 National Theater BnildiuK, Hyeamore-st.
CHAPPED HANDS AND L I PS -USB
aiattbews A Co. 'a Olyceriu Lotion, pit up in
15 and t-Vceul hottlcs I rl Cream and Lip-aalve
f.sahi( (,. WB.Unii.WjjW,
bov N. K. cor. Central av. and Ojortfek.
TOOTH POWDER.-WB ARB AC4BMTS
for Dr. C. II. Jaiuoe'e eehjbrai'vl Kx.tel.iur
Toolh-poHder, which h no rival. Alaauitutured
and lor sale, wholesale and retail. Ir
u. w nsritisws s tw.,
N. E. cor. 0.ulrai-ar. and (Jeerg.-et.
SOAPS.-BROWN WINDSOR, UOMtY,
Uliceria, Huuclue. oW entile WhlU aud Mot.
tfcad coustantiy en hand and Im m1. by
U. W. Sif lHRWItl uu..
N. E. enr. Oentral.av and dttorge-Bt.
T VOB WT TO SELL A Y TIIINUT
7 A.T.ertl., In Hi. fiAILYl'KIC'S ni.uWTll
taiK. eupu a4iv a us e.i
TltlOU & ANTHONY,
GENERAL IXSLRAXCE AGEMS,
no. ro avicht Tiriitn-HX.,
tssne Policies In tha following reiiakla companies:
NEW YORK COMPANIES.
L01ULLAED FIBK INSURANCE CO. I
WASHINGTON F1BB IHSCBANC1 C(
dOODHUE FIBE INSTJBANCE 0O. '!
LAMAB FIBK iNSt'BAKCB CO.; '
MABKET FIBE IN8UBANCB CO.
RESOLUTE FIBE INSUBANCB CO.;
ETNA FIBB 1NSUBANCK CO.)
6TANDABD FIBE INSURANCE CO.j
INDEMKITT FIBE INSUBANCB CO.;
ATLANTIC FIBE INSURANCE CO.
Manhattan Lire Insurance Co.
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INS. CO.; t
HOGKR WILLIAMS INSURANCE CO. I '
BOFE INSUBANCB CO.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY.
WW Fire, Marine and Life Policios issued on tha
most favorable terms. not-z
Glycerin Lotion. j
GLYCEHTN LOTION, FOR nEALING
and prevention chapped hands, sore lips, fin
proving the coioplf-xiim, and as an emollient and
iirnlinit rmtirdy tor burns, 8re nipples aud ilTHa
of nil kinds. Prepared by
Ul AUD SliANLAN Co., Drnltslsts,
noll-c Nnrlh-enst comer Fourth and Mmn-sta.
JtKt'.FJTD7,130 BOXES CAS
J Tl LK Sonp, "Mottled."
(10 boxes L'antilo Soup, "White."
loo boxeB Colgate's Toilet Sonp, "Almond."
Ml boxes Colgate's Toilet Soap, "Palm."
60 boxes Colgate's Toilet Snapa, "Assorted."
2:, boxes Colgate's "Bath" Soap.
2S groat Bai-.in'e Poucine Soup.
For Fiile ly
KDWARD SCANT. AN ft CO!, nrneglnts,
Nortb-east corner Fourth and Main-streeta.
Byrn's Improved Corkscrew.
PATENTED MARCH 27, 1800.
BYRN'S PATENT CORKSCREW.-In
neutneas. cheapness, stretigtn, durability, and
Die facility of its operation, it has no equal. For
EDWABD SCANLAN A CO.,Drntrglsts,
Xiorth-east corner Fourth and Main-streets.
MANUFACTCBED BY J. J. ADAMS 4 CO.,
NEW YOBK AND BOSTON.
Yrijihh Brushes ;
Stencil Brushes ;
. . XiiiNtitig Brushes ;
SiihIi Blushes ;
Horre Krnhes ;
Scrub BtuBbos ;
Sb.ve Uru8hes ;
Table Brushes ; .
Just received, a complete assortment, fo sale to
the trade at card prices.
FDWAH1 SCAN LAN A CO., Druggists,
liorth-east corner Fourth and Main-stroeta.
Cpr BPI.O. REFINED BORAXi
J a oris. Bank Oil: '
100 Iris Whiting;
bales Cutch ;
100 brU. Venetian Red ;
So casks Yellow Ocher ;
60 casks Hal Soda;
200 kegs Sup. Carb Soda ;
2tti boies Ca8tfle Soap ;
Ml lirls. Neat. toot oil :
ItHi brls. Coal Oil; ,
100 brls. Batb Bricks;
25 brls. Klor. Sulphur;
AO brls. Brimstone ;
llicui-ks Blue Vitriol;
2ft brls. Ast haltutn ;
100 brls Irish Aloes; '
Ml cahks tiloe.
Received ai.d for sulo by
SU1BK, ECKSTEIN CO.,
noll-e Opposite tha Postofflce.
Wolfe's Soheidam Schnapps.
flrt BOXs GENUINE WOLFE'S
bulieiuam Hchiiapps, piut. anil uuurts.
lleceived aud for sale by
SUIBE, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
rioH-e Opptwite the Post-omce.
Glycamyl of Roses.
THIS IS THE MOST ELEGANT AND
euectual compound for the cure of chapped
hands and face, sore lips, and all roughness of tha
skin, ever prepared. It ia far superior to cold
cteatn, lotions, etc. ; and, as it never liecnmes ran
cid, it mny be applied to the in cut delicate akin
without injuring it In any particular. .
Prepared and for sale by
SUIBii, ECKSTEIN A CO..
noll-e Opposite the Postofflce.
Fistula In Ano Treated
BY DR. WM. OWENS, WITHOUT THE
Kmte or Lipature, by a new, simple and pecu
liar method of treatment, discovered by himself
about eight years ago, at,d wblch has been at-:d-d
w,,n complete success in every case. Pr.
OWfcNS has been a citisen of Cincinnati for the
last twenty nve yeara, ai d assure, the afflicted that
tbe above la no bombug. For further informa
tion, apply at his office and residence, No. 80 West
pevouth-st., Cincinnati. oc30-tf
IHE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
. paid for Booswhx, at all times, by
GEO. M. DIX'iti, Drurgist,
iol N. E. corner Fifth aud Main-sta. .
w .ub. unwiw-'irim, in i.hiis, i.r .nie v
i:vii M hivnu i...
N. E corner Fifth and H.iiu-sts.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Pills,
PURELY VEGETABLE, AND FLEAS.
ATtoue Admitted to be the best Family
Pill in Ue. Prepared only by
(iKO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
ol N. B. corner Fifth aud Uulu-ats.
For Chapped Hands, eto.
PURE GLYCERIN. GLYCERIN LO.
1 1UN, Clycerole of Boaes, Camphor Ioa, Cam
phor Soap, Glycerin Sop. etc. Hold tiy
A LliKIlT BOSS, Druggist,
no B. W. cor. Cieutral-a. aud Kighth-at.
CARD -BASKETS, CARD-CASES,
W atch-stands. Jewelry .stands, Porte-mon.
naie., Latrbets. Puff-boxes, Toilet-bottles, Per.
fonie-standa. Mirrors, Pearl Inlaid ILir-bruitae.,
Tooth-bruiilies, and a huge variety ef other tauvy
Articles. For fca'.e by
ALBEBT BOSB, Druggist,
no4 B. W. cor Contral-ey. aud Eihth-st.
Lard Pumps 1 Lard Pumps !
OR A SUPERIOR AIJTiri.E tin
liBASS OB IRON
"-28 101 Blxth-st , bet. Vine and Kace.
" English Hardware Paper."
TUNS -NOW RECEIVING SIZES i
Soiiu, 2ix.1t, Ui3l aud 2I6. This p.por is
superior toauy msde in this ouuutrr, and is offered
low aa auy article ul KaKtara or Weatera man a
lecture. For sule by
lXON,UATFIELD A WOODS,
oeH 7 aud 79 Walnutt.
, Tailors' Pattern Paper.
iOnn rBS- ov ?U BEST QCAL-
1UUU lTVonlnsd Foraalebr
NliON, C11ATFIKI.D A WOODS,
ocl If and Walout-strMt.
Ruled Cap and Letter Papers.
AI.AHr.E ASSORTMENT ON HAND,
(run Hue to tirst class. For sale low.
JilXON. l'UATFIEI.D A WOODS,
eel 77 and 79 W.luuWt.
er..i n n si.iiu-t . tlit store
.Mih os lh. al.ia.ii..
1 arruiigemaula wltlt Mr. IT L. Slllea asij.
hi. orlobrated fre.h Baltimore Oya-0 f jj
ters, so that ou.tonj.rs oaa rely en get-'af f
tlK tb. U-st Iu the market, at my .tore, y
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
IN THE WEST!
. What Is the tun of paying Thirty. Fort or Fifty
Dollan for a Cloak, when yon ean parchnee a really
genteel garment for Ten, Twelve, Fifteen and
Twenty Dollars, at
GEORGE LEWIS &C0.'S
Directly Opposite Postofflce
We are manufacturing all the FasltlonaNe- Styles
M the above prices, and fool confident that vfff can
suit all who will iaror as with a call.
BEMEMBEB TIIE tOCATION,
OS VVest afoxxrtlx - sst..
BIBECTLT OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE.
GEO. LEWIS & CO.
West &c Wilson's
FAMILY SEWING MACHINISI
RElvIOVFD FROM WALNUT-ST. TO
70 WEST FOUIiTU-Sr., at WisweU'a Pio-
We call the attention of the public to oome and
examine these -iVlRrhines and see the simplicity of
them. This Mnehine is simple and less liable tc
get out of order than any other nowbef ire the mar.
get. It will stitch from the finest to tbe coarsest
of fabric. It will use the thread from tho original
spools. It ran stitch, hrm, tuck, gather, make
cord and ombroldery benntifully.
Call aud get a snmple of the work.
ONLY THIRTY DOLLARS!
NO. 70 WEST F0CBTH-8T., BETWEEN TIN1
At Wiswell's Picture-store,
ocH-ayT M.B.B1 BOLT 6c FISHER.
SILSBEE'S MEDICATED BATHS!
IN ALL ITS NUMEROUS AND FEAR
FUL forms, is absolutely and radically curable
by nieaus of the
IODINE AND MEBCUBIAL YArOB BATHS.
It Is the testimony of the best surgeons of mod
ern times; and did professional propriety permit, a
thousand certificates could be fttmi.hed of euros in
this city, at Dr. 8. SILSHKE'S Olllce for Chronic
and Cutaneous Dlsenses, 57 West Seventh-st., be
tween Viue and Walnut. noll-f
FAMILIES AND TIIE TRADE CAN BE
supplied at reusonable prices with wood and
iron Tubs, marie light and substantial, expressly for
Garbage and Ashes. Leave your orders at No. 163
Tiue-street. between Fourth and Filth.
OC30 tf-2dp JOHN C SCHOOLET A CO.
TO DO THIS TOD MUST
GO TO J. II. DETERS'S,
NO. 53 WEST rOTJHTH-ST.,
AND GET A PAIR OF IIIS WATER.
I'BOOF BOOTS. .Don't let the fear of exor
bitant prices deter you, as he has marked his prices
down so that they can not fail to suit the closest
MRS. M. AT. GOB RESPECTFULLY
announces to her frionds aud patrons that she
baa opened a
, MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT
At 333 West Firth st., between Elm and Plum,
Where ladlea can find every thing in her line to suit
the most fastidious, and at her utual low price,.
Mrs. A. will keep- the store, corner of Fifth and
Plum, iu operation till January 1, 1861, but will be
permanently located at 3'i3. nol 1-f
LEVI BROWIfSGOLD PENS!
IKYT BROWN WAS THE FIRST MAN.
A JFACTCBEB of Gold Pens In the United
States, and is distinguished for the superiority of ha)
workmanship. Fen for tale by
, -.'',, BEOOS A SMITH,
Iyl4-tf - 6 West Fourth-ft
SALT-WATER PRODUCE AND GAME
DEPOT-No. 208 Vtne-str.betwlen TFi"h and
Sixth. The undersigned beg to inform the citlaena
of Cincinnati that they have opened a store on
vine-st., opposite Longworth, where they will, dur.
Ing tbe winter season, keep constantly on liana,
fresh supply of
HAL1BCT, HADDOCK, OOD-FIHH, BLUE-FISH,
FLOUNDKBS, KLS, BLACK-FISH, BHAD,
LOB8TEBS, CllABS, ETC.,
Al1,w.aI7an,ed of hmt Quality. All kinds of
GAMfc. In season. Kemcmber HQ& Vinet.. be
tween Fifth and Sixth.
H. llOl'XABT, 1.
ocl3-leod C. II. MATTHEW8, Proprietors.
, A CARD.
lI1?VnFi!,,RY ? STEVENS, FORMER.
fim LT four years with George W. Sujdain, begs
to inform his friends and the public that he has not
left the city, bat has purchased the Upholstery
business of Mr. Cosgrove, 5S Walnut-st., be.
tween Sixth and Seventh, aud is making all kinds
of MattresHes and Bedding. Also, doing all kin Is
of Fancy I'pholitery. Jlotel-keepera and dealer,
will do well to give me . call. noe-f
MiMoiri City Asaoclation and.
rrnPtA?.9TE COMPANY, HAVING 8E-
-SL CrBLD the purchase of its lundx in Caldwell
Co., Jlo., aiUolning the town ot Hamilton, on the
Uaumbel and St. Joseph llailroad,aud divided the
nine into building lota and furms, now offer the same
to subscribers in shares at $41 each. Full Informa
tion, with maps, can be obtained by callit g on or
addressing the Association, at 3T West Thlrd-st.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. oc2a-xDW
Santonlne Lozenges for Worms.
rpilESE ARB AN EFFICIENT WORM
-Destroyer, uud being In the form of caudy,
children will take them freely.
W. J. M. GOKDON A BBO.,
Manufacturing Chemists and Druggists,
o"-P N. h. cor. Centtal-ay. and Eighth.
Marsh Mallow and Gam Drops.
WE II AVE JUST HECEI VEDA STOCK.
. ot M.illard's Marsh Mallow, ChocoUto, LI
quorite aud Gum Drops.
W. J. r GORDON A BBO..
Manufacturing ChemUts and Druggists,
Poll-b N. E. cor. Central av. aud Kightb-st.
GENTLEMEN 8 CL'STOM-MADl
Boot etxxcX Blioo stort
No. 10 .West 8lxth-trt,
lea-tf Between Main and Walnut. Ol.clnnatl
IjANK Ac HODLEY,
Founders axid Engine-builders,
' CIRCULAR SAW-MILLS,
Cora or Job. and WatertneU. OUei.natt. i
YOU CAN GET TUB ENTIRE FINHH
of any- ordiuary bouse, at . few daya' notice,
QUEEN CITY ILO0B1NO MILL AND 8ASU
...:..( FACTCBY. , .-.
J. B. SAFE,
not-ftdp B.ceenor to Tart, Wiae A 0..
yyALTER F. STRAPS, - H
i ' ATTUJ.NKY-AT-LAW,
I -V V
i , . . Cinclnna.tl, r
Ornryj- 3 Ma60i Tanrta,'" '
- . r.. i..i...n, J, -., jij ... I
RICKEY, MALLORY & COS,
73 WEST FOURTH-ST.
TIIE KING OF TIIE MOUNTAtKS-Eroni
The Frenrh of Edmond About, author of " The
Btmsn Question," etc. One vol. Hmo. fl.
WILL HE FIKD HER 7 A Romsnce of
New York and New Orleans. By Winter Sum
Itierton. One volume 12mo. tl 2.1.
THE COTTAGES OF THE ALPS; or, Life ''
AnA Manners in flwltxerland. By the anthor of
" Feasant Life In Germany." One volume llmo.
Trice f 1 is.
HAND-BOOK OF tTNIVEIISAL LTTEHA
TVBE. From the beat and latent authorltlra,
designed for popular rending and as a text book
for Schools and Colleges. By Anne 0. Lyneli
Dotta. One vol. 12rao. Trice SI 23. noll-b
3D II. BSIIXS'S
American Cotton-plant Bcmedxt
FOB TBI SPEEDY AND CEBTAIH COM
nT. DOES NOT CLAIM TIIAT THIS
Medicioe wilt cureerery disease that the he
man systemi a heir to; but, for those above nametL
(if the directions are strictly followed,) he doe
mot positively prom is. It will.
The respectability and standing of the pnrtleswho
linve tried it, (in some cases the parties have been
afflicted for twenty years,) aod whose oortincatea
enn be aeon at the drug-rtoros wh?ro tho medicine is
for sale, it iKpreHumeil will be asulncient guaraute.
that this medicine iaall it is represented to be, aud
Tbe demand for this medlolne at the South, wbeiw
It was first Introduced, in February last, and when
the good efTectsao't permanent cures are known, fat
ao 'great that it almost impossible to fill the orders.
The medictn can be obtained at the following
John D. Park, N. E. cor. Fonrth and Walnut!
Geo. M. Dlion, N. E. cor. Fifth and Main;
Burdrall A Bro , No. 1 Main;
E. S. Fmerson, 8. E. cor. Broadway and Pearl! .
S. D. Hill, 8. E. cor. Fifth and Bace:
Johnston A Foertmeyer, N. E. oor. Sixth and Flm
Suire, Eckstein A Co., N. W. cor. Fourth and Vine
Edward Scan lan A Co., N. X. cor. Fourth au4
John P. White, N. W. cor. Front and Elm:
Jhs. 8. Olascoe A Co., 8. E. cor. Fourth aud Mala
Anialdi Vonwyk, 933 Central-av. Brighton.
Vt. B. B. Spllman, cor. Fonrth and Sootti
S. B. Miller, cor. Sixth and Madieoo.
. D. Tyler, cer. York and Hllevue.
Charles H. Beare. Sacramento City. ant
nR. KARSHNER'S PATENT BT.RO-TRO-'I'HKIIAIKUTIO
PKHFOHMKDBYTHBM: Mr. M. (Iliamplaln, But- ,
ter Merchant, 243 CentraUavenue. Mercurial Auc
tion and Paralysis of the right leg. W. A. Staooy,
I'lnmlier, 233 Central-avenue, Stricture, partial
Faralysis and extreme Nervnnsness. Jas. II White.
Attorney-at-law, too W ilnut street, Rheumatism of
ten vears standins-. If. Hnviler. A tlnrn., ..u.
General Debility, caused by hard atudy. John H.
I'atrick, Merchant Tailor. 219 Vine-street, Asth
matic and Catarrhal Aifectlon. Mr. ll.uston, Tin
ner at Dawson's Tin-shop, George-stroet, Asthma,
."lr"" nn.i ii.i ...ii. urttHirni 11,11, 1VIQ. .OIOK,
Carnfnter, 2 Barr-street, Palpitation ot the Heart
and flow of blood to the brain. Mr. Adams. Guyaa
oli Va., Paralysis of the entire right side. Mra.
Dr. Wombaogh, tJO Barr-stroet, Incipient Cob.
sumpTlon. Miss Kate Doherty, George-street, Cel
lular Dropsy and nervons dobilitv. Mrs. If ighwar-
den. Tiflin.Chio. Valliaff of tl. Wnmh nH
These Baths are in anccessful operation at 414
W est Filth-street, between Mound and Park, nnder
thecha-geor Dr. N. Smith Boynton. The Doctor
refers all those wishing to try these Baths to the
above-named persons, and to many more If desired.
All Chroule and Nervous Ailments treated with
equal snceess. Scrofula, Narcotic, and all mineral
poirons abstracted from the system. Patient, will
not tike cold after taking these baths in the coldest
weather. Call and get a pamphlet, givin. the
theory and practice of this new mode of treatment.
No other hatha like then, in h. ell. r!na,.uu.l..n
free, nice hours from 7 A. M. to 8a P. M. Mas.
Botnton will attend to the ladies. For further
particulars, call or ailrirea, incloslngstnmp,
i DB. N. SMITH BOYNTON,
ocae-M Cincinnati, Ohio.
Babultoh County Avoitob's Ornoa, 1
viucuiu.,1, joveauer 10, itym. ,
Sealed Prnnneals will 1m, r,,r.l tL... niH ..n .
til 12 o'clock M. of MONDAY, November i, 1H60,
for the publication. In a daily or weekly newspaper
Jf general circulation in Hamilton County, of the ,
Delinquent List of Real Property for 10; aaid list--to
be iuserled at least four weeks, between th
third Monday in November. lSUO.anil the nrrt Mon
day of January, 1-lil. Also for printing and distrib
ating U.Uifl copies of said list under tbe direction
of the Auditor and County Commieeionera. Thai
miiuiv w oe luciuaea m one out.
; Any information In regard to it nw be obtained
by application at the Auditor's Ofnc-.
UUW4BI) MATTHSWg, . .
poll-o Auditor of Hamilton County. .
11R. l EH EDITH, DENTIST, 1T4S
Cincinnati, after an absence of a short
sinie. uaving baa au xnerleno of over
twentv years' toraettca in ihSHlv.luNii wnmlM
perfect satisfaction to all who may patronize him.
His terms wilt be found so reasona-hle that yon will
save nearly one-half by calling on hiaa. He pledge,
himself to use the finest nialorials, and that Vila
wiik shall be done in the best manner, or th.
money will be refunded. Call aud see bim. Offloa .
on Sixth -St., near Bace, between Bace and Elm.
89 WEST rOUBTH-STBEET,
oclO One door east of Yin
89 WEST F0UBTH-8TBEIT,
wlO One door eaat of Tine.
BOOTS. SHOES AND RUBBERS. Til K
Cheaneet in tha Citv. IjudltM1 Rubhrn. ImI
Quality, at 63c. a pair ; ladles' custom-made thick-
era. at il Ml : l.lie.' ,l.kul.L..,led ILu.,.
at II 26; Ladles' ragged heeled B"ota, at $ I ; Muu'a
Boots, at fl Mi: Men's Conaroee Boots, at Si 2o.
II. ED. GORMAN'S CHEAP SHOE S rohE,
343 Central-av.. near Ninth-t . and at th. BOS
TON CHEAP KU'lE-SroRE,
QC19- 170 Filth-Bt., near Elm.
H) lihds. Choice Buvarl
50 biis. rrushed. 1'owd.and Grauulated Sugar L
av brls. ltelinrd Sugar.
In store and fur sale by
AAKttH A. UOLTEB,
3I and 3il Maln-i
JQDWARD I. BRAUSTREET,
ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTABT.
Office-No 33 West Tlffto1 -street. oot-g
F ARIES' HOLLAND GIN TONIC
A Ju t ree'd, 20 doi. Ladles' Holland Uin Too la.
For sale, wholesale aud retail, by
a. McDonald a co.,
1 B and Branch B49 West Fonrtb-ak
OLD RESERVE MADEIRA, VINTAGE;
of lsi2-Ja-.t received, au importation of
hull. pipes of Old Reserve Madeira wiue, b2. Tbia
Wine 1. worthy the attention of conuoiMeura, an4
for intallds it will be found Invaluable. PorsaW,
wholesale aad retail, by " JU1.N B ATE4,
not National Theater Ball.l'Qg S'-'Vr V
MARASCHINO AND CUHACOA COR.
DIAL Jur-t jrecoived, 14 wwus MajraaoUiuw
and Curecoe Cordial. " ...
or sale, wholusale and retail, oy
A. MofxiNALO CO., 5
eels g and Branca 41 Ww Fonrta at.
SCOTCn ORANGE MAU1I AI.ADR.
Juat received, At doavaa poU Scutch Orange Mar.
lor aaK wboleeeJe and null, by
A. Mcdonald a oo..
colt " 1 M aad Branch -i4 Wet ronrtb-et
Ill'HB ClIfMli AND WillTtC. WINK
Vinegar. AAkllN A. COLTER,
ocas BIB aodilil at.in-H.
CAN TOMATOE1-M DWCEN VRKSU '
Tojuatoaa, iu quart caus.
AARON A. COLTER,
ecil dltt aod 31 Mala-et.
1 ffc BOXES CHOICE COMB HONEY.
M.r . . . 7 . . AARON A. OOLTKB, '!' f f
uol ' Bit ad Xal Milage.
t4 BRl.S. CHOK E VAMILT Ff BlTK.f i j
'. A. Ll'...... -