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THE DA I liY PRESS.
mrroa. awn nmtirroa..
orrioiAb l Ai'kK or tuk city.
Coercion the Last Reason of States.
he sooner all tlionpht of coercing a se-
ceding State ! abandoned, tlie tooner will
both parties com to itmou. Consideration)
of right and justice and of the consequences
are all act (aide 'when force interrenea, er lo
threatened. In State affairs any cause is
just against fotce. . Then the cry is, "Our
v country, right or wrong." This GoTcrn
ment has no mora right to bold JU States by
force than Austria has to hold Its prorinres.
We do not pretend that considerations of
safety and defense may not justify a govern
ment in establishing and maintaining its
boundaries by power. That has been done
from time immemorial, but it is nothing but
the right of the strong orer the weak.
Before this Government can claim a right
to coerce a State to remain in it, it must
show that it is rital to its national existence.
In that case the Tight of the strong to sac
rifice the weak to its own safety may be re
sorted to. But no snch case can be made
out in any secession that is threatened now.
The difficulties in the details of a separation
are not Insurmountable. If this North
American Continent was so created that but
one nation can safely occupy it, it was badly
pot together; and we know oa very good
authority that it was well made. It is just
as susceptible of division as Europe. And if
with our Taunted achievements in local self
government, we csn not adapt onr?elves to
such divisions as exist in other countries, we
liBve came thing to learn, and ought to set
But, foice in this, as in all other cases,
should be looked upon as the last resource,
instead of being regarded as a matter of
course, and as the first resort against a con
tumacious State. The merits of the case are
never considered while the war lasts. To
discuss them, then, is treason on either side.
The party which first resorts to violence
shows a want of confidence in the justness
of iu cause. Suppose Mr. Buchanan were to
give way to the attacks of the Douglas and
come of the Republican press, upon bis inac
tivity, and should send a Federal army into
South Carolina, as be did into Kansas, to
Suppress any symptoms of rebellion, and
disperse any representative body which un
dertook to initiate measures to set up an in"
dependent government, just as an army dis
persed the Kansas State Legislature. All
considerations of justice, policy and consti
tutional obligation would be at once set
. From a position in which she has no case
at all, South Carolina would have one which,
if it did not piece her in the right, would
place the Federal Government in the wrong,
and would rally the whole South to her aid.
This is just what South Carolina needs to
develop her vaporing into a Southern Con
federacy. This is what makes ber so anx
ious that the. Federal Government should
coerce her immediately. She is standing
with a chip on her shoulder, aching for the
Federal authorities to knock it off. She is
perfectly conscious that she has no case. Her
list of complaints against the North only
mokes her ridiculous. She has not men
tioned si single, grievance that she suffers.
Eer talk of secession because of Northern
legislation against the Fugitive Slave-law,
when ber slaves are beyond reach of a free
State, and when Maryland, Virginia,
Kentucky and Missouri, in contact
with free' States, are for the Union,
U as absurd as her remedy, which
would sacrifice the Northern slave States to
her whims. This is why she wants coercion
applied immediately. That would make
a case for her. Without that it will die of
its own weight in six weeks. Her politi
cians will do all in their power to provoke it
at once, before the people of the South can
express themselves. An attack by the Fed
eral troops would have the same effect upon
tli South that tLe attack of the British upon
the Minute-men at Lexington, had upon the
Colonies.' It would make her cause the cause
of the South. If Mr. Buchanan should de
jire to play the traitor in this affair, as some
of the more violent of the Douglas papers
charge, he could not do it so effectively in
any other way, as by sending Federal troops
into Charleston and furnishing opportunities
for a collision between them and the citizens.
Death of Marshall Key, of Kentucky.
Died yesterday morning, at bis residence
in Louisville, Ky., the lion. Marshall Key,
father of Judge Key, of this city. For the
greater portion of his life, Colonel Key was
A resident of Mason County, from whence he
removed a few years ago, and settled in
LouievUld, where be became largely inter
ested in banking and financial operations a
branch of business for which, by his cool
judgment and systematic course of life, he
was well adapted, and in which he was un
Few men have been more widely known
or more generally esteemed throughout the
JState of their residence than Colonel Key.
Although not a politician in the common
eense of the term, he was on several occa
sions constrained to hold local offices, in
which be acquitted himself with his char
acteristic vigor and ability. The friend of
Clay and Crittenden, the associate of nearly
all the leading men of Kentucky for the last
half a century, and connected by ties of
clood and kindred with many, few men out
of prominent political positions have been so
widely known as the deceased: brave, gener
ous and hospitable, none have been more
tmJversally loved and respected. Worldly
mindful of bis interests, and unforgetful of
the main chance in matters of business,
be was nevertheless, U the best sense of the
- term, gentleman, such as one would love
to have for a friend and be proud to own for
Now You Don't See It.
In the abeenee of any law of exclusion
laves can be tukea te Nebraska, like any
. other property. Enquirer, ... .
Then It follows, of course, that a law of
exclusion could exclude slaves and any other
property. That is popular sovereignty on
the short circuit. elf "slaves can be taken to
p Nebraska like any other property," Mutj can
't excluded Jost' S much, as any other
psoperty, and no mora. That is the popular
.. aewftognty game played out,
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The Water Question.
' 'We have received a communication for
publication, reviewing the Council's report
-'-oa the water project, which, owing to the
pressure upon our columns, we are obliged
to postpone till Monday.
Important from Mexico—The City of Guadalajara
Taken at Last—General Wolf
Killed—The Besieged and Half-Famished
Garrison Eat their Horses—Reported
Treaty Between Degollado and Miramon.
The correspondent of the New Orleans
Crrtcent writes frrm Matamoras on the 7th
It is reported, on the authority of private
letters from the Interior, that the city of
Guadalajara has at last fallen before the
crowds of Liberals, which Uennral Ortega
had been able to collect under his command.
It is variously stated that the attacking force
whs fioin 12,000 to 18,000 men. Oenentl
Castillo, who commanded the town of Gui
dalajnra, bad less than 4,000 men under his
command, with which to resist this over
whelming odds. Moreover, Ortega had 100
pieces ot artillery playing upon the place at
It is stated that General Woll and many
of bis chiefs and officers were also killed, and
many others wounded. This is a very im
portant event in the present war, as it will
have a strong tendency to discourage the
Church party, of which Guadalajara Was one
of the strongholds, and at the same time it
will encourage the Liberals, as it is the first
important and decisive battle in which they
have beaten their opponents. Moreover, ft
at once releases all the Liberal force, and
allows it at once to concentrate in the sieze
of the City of Mexico. In fact, General Or
tega has already taken up his line of march
to attack the capital immediately, while he
has the upper hand.
On the other hand, it is reported on what
is considered good authority, via Monterey,
that General Degollndo has taken another
verv curious step, which is likely to comuli-
cate mHtters in the Liberal camp itself. It
feenis that be bas taken the responsibility of
making a treaty with Miramon to the effect
that both parties shall lay down their arms,
or rather that the contending armies shall
be eubmitted to the will of the people as rep
resented by the complexion of the New Na
tional Legislature. It is supposed that Do
pollailo fell into the scheme in order to break
the force of the odium which was falling on
him from every quarter on account of his
conduit in bis late seizure of the conducla at
Sen Luis. .This is the tenor of the report,
and my Mex'can friends say that it is proba
bly a fact, as the Bame rumor has now readied'
us in both ways, first via New Orleans and
now via Monterey. It is further stated that
Generals Ortega and Doblado both opposed
the compromise, and denounced Degollado
ns a traitor.
They also threaten to break it off by at
tacking with the forces under their "com
mand the opposing party. Probably it was
this event that hurried up the attack upon
Guadalajara. I reckon that catastrophe will
put an end to the treaty. The garrison of
Gnadalnjora had become very much reduced
from want of provisions, as the soldiers were
eating their horses. Before the final attack
on Guadalajara, Gen. Castillo offered to
liberate Gen. Uraga on his parole of honor,
but he would not accept it, saying that he
preferred to remain and await the course of
After a considerable amount of "fuss and
feathers," on the part of the States of Tam
aulipas and Nuevo Leon, it is at last defi
nitely settled that peace is to be maintained
by both, and now all parties are as harmo
nious as a newly-married couple.
A Chastened Spirit.
The Presidential election seems to have a
chastening effect on Mr. Douglas. . It cor
roborates the idea of gome of our orthodox
friends that constant chastening is the special
mark of divine fuvor, and that only the
wicked are allowed to be happy and prosper
ous. In his speech at New Orleans, after the
cleetion, Mr. Douglas showed his willingness
to bury the hatchet, and to unite for the de
feat of the Republicans in 1864 on the prin
ciple of equal protection to all interests in
the Territories. The following extract from
the report of his speech shows how generous
he is in sacrificing his own views for the
safety of the nation. It is to be regretted
that he could not have doue it much sooner
"So long as we live under a Constitution
which is the supreme law of the land, it must
be administered so as to secure equal rights,
equul justice, nnd equal protection to the
people of the States. Cheers. These
principles of equality are not confined in
their operation to the States alone, but ex
tend to the Territories and wherever else the
American flag waves over the American
Sad Consequences of Election Excitement.
A suit to establish the paternity of achild,
growing out of a political excitement, was
tried in the Court of Common Plca3 this
week. The testimony was reported in the
city papers as follows :
"The prosecuting witness stated that she
bad been acquainted' with the defendant for
about two years; that he had been paying
her attentions and visiting her for some
time; and that, being a muiician by profes
sion, he wooed her occasionally by serenading
under her window. During the excitement
of the October election of lti5!, an intimacy
took place which resulted in her becoming a
mother on the 27th of June last."
This is ouly one of the many instances of
the demoralizing influence of political ex
citement, i'ew of these ever come to light;
yet enough to give some idea of the awful
extent of the evil. Doubtless the Presi
dential election was still more fruitful. In
view of these things, how can men allow the
puity papers to come into their families, and
keep up this political excitement which is so
easily diverted to ruin?
Tub Enquirer says :
" The Cincinnati Pnssa, in an article in
tended to extenuate and justify the late re
sistance to the United States law in Chicago,
That, for the Enquirer, as uncommonly
close to the truth. Any statement which is
only the reverse of true, is quite extraordi'
nary for that journal. That is the paper
which a few days ago retracted a quotation
which it pretended to give from the New
York Tribune. The Tribune denied it, and
called the Enquirer'i attention to its denial.
Whereupon the Enquirer retracted. Let no
one be incredulous at this statement I . The
Enquirer retracted by guessing that the ex
tract was from Helper's book, and said
that as the Tribune indorses that, it was just
the same as if it had been published in the
Tribune. We beg of the Enquirer not to
retract any thing concerning the Pbiss.
, Mr Clothing renovated aad repair, M M. Thrift,
" Oaj Store, at Chute'. Tea-room. noMj
mr Chmtib'i Tea-rooaM, WeUmt-rtreet, below
Fifth, up tain. noU-j
W A. A. Crmx, (JlecU, Watch sod J.f.lry,
oa, Wudl Central-avenue.
WTeeth extracted without sain, drug, or .hock,
to the nervosa y.tem, by the In re a tore of a now
and slmpl. proem. BfcLKNAP KOUKWKLL,
noU-o 131 Went Fourth it.
Bar Doctor Ana, vh ka met with the moat at
tonlehlns auceew In the spoedy and perauueal cure
f all Throat and Lung Diaeaeee, Catarrh and all
ether (,'hronto ASSectloue, mar he eoaaulud, free of
charse, at hie Office, SO Weet rounh-etnet. He
perment In advance required. ,
lioni'i ur.niuAtt puirmnei so, m ma nw
rte Huum, j the fiv. Mr. Mitckell, Mr. GurK T.
Hardy, of Ifurlh Bead, (vt Ykm lrifu, of U0r
nn nin'kl n. III new put , n,. nuiiuuw to.
Freuk.eua of r. ud M.J. lUudulfUi aniiil
o. uvutb eud Iweutf (wu itjt.
w riirnni of tub advent,
UTL WALNUT HILI,S The pawn tntli. ne
I btnch t nlltHru M1 1 otTerM for K'it on MiN
I'A Y, lf-h Inntnnr, frni 4 f 7 nVloclt P. M. ; n
ft Jar PTflnT HKT 'BISMOP IWnlLId.
ItKST VAINK pmr TO-MO'inW i-W
Um) ), hi 11 o'c lock A. M., In tta Chumh f tho Ad
Yni, Nlrtit IHUi. The new edifice will he
orcn'frt fWthe flrit ime -1T
THE MKMBRRS OF TUK fT.NTON
f'rlritet t'ttib arm reaiitvMrd trmf"tl th
MinTimTirpetinir uf Up VnK TIU8 ArTRRfl'"N,
at i o'clock, at J. M ATTKKHLY'9 Oftiorj, 940
fVvfnth nt , fot the election of ofDcern. doU-r
PIFW. OOLP-IMNI) THFNA,
Whiin Fmnrh Pori'Hain and handsome
Knalltih "Puree 'mill Opaque" Wnre, lint rtvelred
at HUN I INUTUN S,
nol7-a ll Mnin-atreot.
JI'ST TN WFAHON.-FOIiDrvO
and ft i at i on Birr Fir-fender. 8te. Flro-
-re, I'arlor ConlHo8. Cnnl-tonir, rtocorateil and
common o1 hnckets, Wafn-tron Chfln?-d!.lie,
Ac, rerelvcdat HUN rl Si fON'd,
no) 7 -a 119 Main itre't.
fTi NFW MLVER-PfiATKD TFA
6OSS I OMtnra, :ke-baskets, MolM-en-iit,
ht n, Wiiip-caatnrn, CoHVe-nrnB. Kan-boilers.
Ire-water Pft hern. Goblet, Canldrot n, Jups, Hup-kin-riug,
Biit.rr-dipho, c, mrfltpd at
HUNTINGTON'S, 119 Mtn-fitreet.
AIwavr look at the dc patteroa before yon m tke
your I'mcbanee, nol7-a
w wmn He a u a- a n w iirif f
nresich at Baron h Hall, comer of Sixth
and Walnut-it., TO-MOKROW, at 10 o'elock A.
M.. and 8 P. M. Bulijrot "The Di potation of the
tnlnecs of rime on tne vy oi me liura; icm nM..
ctorlftlrs . and How ithtweome ; aflnareonMl
the orld nol7-a
SC5li IV R CMON.-Tbo m-mbere uf this 8a
tit nre roquet ted to attend a oppclal minting, at
finper'n INII, on Vit e-street, botwwn Thirteenth
and Fourteenth, THIS (Saturday) EVENING, at 7
o'clock. Member bavins hall Mnkets will pleiise
make theft returns. TilUS. DOL AN, President.
L. Uphrat, Secretary nol7a
8T. PATRICK'S K.C. B- SOCI-
ETY. The mfmher'f the above 8 )citr
at hei eliy not inert to meet In the Basement ul the
Cathedral, on next SUNDAY MOKNING Novum
ler 1, nt o'clock, to ninke arrangements toanslt
st the dedication of the Church of All 8 dints, which
will take place at o'clock A. M
MATTHEW SHEA, PresTdnt.
vh. Gfoo Titian, fk-crt-tary, nolri-h
fi-BAIiDNKSS C TT It E f. FOR,
iafrO real orthf WOOD'S HAIR HKST)K
TIVK is undoubtedly the bent preparation now in
line for retttorlnp hair on bald heads, changing gray
hair to its original color, and, n a cosmetic or
rvn- f'T rimplen. it is fa-t taking the rliice of other
ftievaTBtions. No toilet oow-a-days is complete
CAUTION. Beware nf worthless Imitations, as
sever) are already in the market, calUd by differ
ent nfme I'se none unless the words " ProfcHHor
Wood's Hulr Hrstorntive, Depot, St Louis. Mo.,
nnd New York," are blown in the bottle. 8"1d by
all druggists ard patent mcdicitie dealers ; also by
all fancy and toilet goods dealers i the United
Statrs and Canada. no3 Sa,Tu,Th-hm
f-raWIIEN YOTT T.OOK IV TUB
KS GLArS, THINK OFTH HIAWATHA 1
tnlv one Preparation that restores OWAY or
FADFD HAIR nnd WHISKERS to a PERFECT
DROWN or BLACK, end the onl thing that does
it WITHOUT 6DAPING or WASHING.
Itciu.es no dirf,riBlirg smut, thus differing from
all Dyes. One application enchday'for a week is
wurrnnud to produce a natural color.
For the Tailies. whose front hair is turning grny
or fmle1, it ie just the thing, as t does not stuln the
parting on the scalp, and can be used in fire min
J, 8. HARRTSON.SoId Agont,
Corner Fourth and Rare-streets, up stairs.
The Hiawatha will be sent by any Kxpross.
aWOne Agent, on f ivorable terms, will be ap
poiuted in WcBtcrn towns, by aiidressiug as abovo.
Dfr5a,PERFUMERY.-FOR FINE TO
IKfi I.OGNK-W ATER, either by the quart or
eicfinntly put up in bottles, call at the Fourth-st.
My stock of these articles Is comelete, Including
every variety of Lublu's manufacture, and all oth
ers of r.r.? CvUbrity. H'Tiag likewiBi an ahnn
dance of the finest materials, I am mnmifactii'ing
a large variety, and solicit a comparison of tkem
with those of any other manufacture.
PALMER'S SOAP DENTRIFICK
le composed of soap and other articles welt known
tVr their lu'iieficinl action upon the teeth and gums.
It contains no article that can possibly injure the
teeth, and ran, consequently be used with purfect
impunity by persons of all ngos.
Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumery,
polQ No. 3tt West Fourth-st.,
30 W est Xvouirtli.i9tr;
BETWKEN MAIN AND WALNUT,
tSiaEFrECTS fiiPEEDY AND PER.
MANENT CURES of CATARRH, ASTH
MA, THROAT, LUNG, HEART AND LIVER
COMPLAINTS and other CHRONIO DISEASES.
The M Aerian System of Cure' is some thin? en
tirely diffe:ent from the modes usually employed,
and its success is niot astonishing.
CONSULTATION FREE. Prices within the
reach of all. Patients who can not tike" strong
medicines" will find this new method admirably
suited to them. From the very beginning of the
we of the medicines the patient feels their salutary
influence, and is better enabled to pursue his husl
neis. The effect is permanent. Now is the most
favorable season for using them. no!7-x
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
ft ItfEnCHAXTS AND OTHERS,
bVOST dealing iu LAMPS, am invito 1 to call
and eiamlne our stock and got prices befure pur
chasing elsewhere, a we can and will sell as low
as any House East or West.
GRAY, HEMTNGRAT A BRO..
nolO-f No. JO alftst Second-street.
TIIE FUR STORE.
TOW Kit 8 A CO.
TOWERS k (!(.
T:WF K8 ic CO.
TOWEKS 4 CO.
TOW MM a CO.
TO EH8 t CO.
TOWKU8 t CO.
TOW t. KB A CO.
We buy. In .tore ftTery
lnrpeend cboloe titock of
LHoie.' Fura, nf eU tuh.
iinHb varietiuf), inrlud.
ivt( 8able. Mink. 8t me,
Mart.n, Fit.:h, dibrittn
Sgiiiriel, end Alitrge viirl.
ety of tlie rhoaper kinds.
Our etock will be kept
fiill and complete ell
thvnngh the aeanoni br
daily addition. frm the
boitt New York mannfao
turtrii. All goods war
ranted freih and perfect.
TOWERS at CO.,
Ilatter. end Furrien,
' 149 Main-it.
LADIES' FANCY FURS.
1 h.T. the largest and best .elected stock
of FTK8 ever offered In Cincinnati, of erery
kind and quality. Kon. bnt the genuine
article .old, and all warranted fre from
moth, or any other imperfection.
X). F. Jlaker,
OC19-X BKLOW FOURTH.
LADD WEBSTER & CO.'S
f Nr.W JUST AT
W Call and a. ta.m at SO Wart Fonrth-rt.
r J3 KT 23 JDi
IN DAILT RICEIPT Of
Mtals from A A. M. to 12 P. M
auat-cm W. - MARSH. JR., Proprietor.
I 1 UH7ia located at 'ill Welaut-etreet, Cin.lniiali,
It 1. hoped no on. will despair ef a enre antll they
have givrn Madame H.'a medicinM a trial. Daring
her travel, sit. ba been the lntniaunt of rartoriug
to health and Mfor, thiiuaaud. who wer. on tu.
verife of the grave, and who are sow living uon.
meot. of her skill and medloiue.
ALL FORMS OT FF.MAT.B DIFFICULT! "8 AT.
Tl!MU;IO WITH TUK HAM-lHtlT BIsLLTli.
ovi r KUMrjUTioa.
Hh Aom not req.ir. Invalldj toexplla rrnptonu,
telling tUeir eauM and looatien s MLwfactury a. to
atrtt th. cenDdeuo. of all who have consulted b.r.
MMtkines sent tu all part, of tk. eeualrr br ka
pres., when ordered. ' oo2A
JQDWAJtD r. BBADsTKIBT, , .
ATTOBNII-AT-LAW AND NOTAVT. '
Office-Ko ti West Third -.tieet. oot-X
DELAND & GOSSAGE,
LADIES' CLOAK AND SHAWL
Rich Velvet and Cloth Cloaks
CHEAP DRESS SILKS!
ORAND 8TTLK8 OF &HEAP SILKS,
At 31M, H7H, 43, 50, 73, 83 and 90
cents and $1,
The abore goods are sold at an immense tacrine
: to close. -
WIDE FRENCH CHINTZES
At 12 '4 cent. Worth 30 cents.
PARIS WOOL DRESS GOODS
EXTRA HEAVY LINES TOWELING!
At 13. cents, much leu than it. value.
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR I
BLANKETS ! BLANKETS!
74 and 76 West Fonrth-st.
Y. M. M. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION,
LE C T U UK
BAYARD B TAYLOK,
At Smith & Nixon's Hall,
ON TUESDAY EYESING, NOV. 20.
"MAN, CLIMATE AMD CUSTOMS,"
Admlfsion M 93 cent..
Ticket, for sale at the Library Boema. Dojrs
open at 7 o'clock. Lecture to oommence at 8. no!7
HE CHEAPEST AND BEST PLACE
1U VL 1
A GOOD COOKING -STOVE!
For Either Wood op Coal
J. T. MEEEILL'S
809 WEST FIFTH-ST.,
Corner of Home.
BY AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF KENTUCKY.
Fire and Inland Insurance.
TIIE PIE LYSI1UCEC01IPAXY,
oic new vomc.
CASH CAPITAL 91,000,000 00
CASH ASSATS 81,181,319 T
HENRY BUCHANAN, Agent,
NO. 44 JKFFEKSON-ST., NEWPORT, KT ,
Continues to insure against Loeaor Damage by Fire,
at current rate.. Also, attends to the budineds of a
beat Estate Agent, iu the selling of Property, col
lecting Bents, paying Taxes, Ac. nol6-f
Corner of IT ourtli and Ilace-sts.,
now I. It Singer's Sewing-machine, an nnlvers
ally need for manufacturing purpoee.7 Th. plain
reason why, i.: Because they are better, more dura
hie, more reliable, capable of doing a much greater
variety of work, and earning moreaxtoney than any
The public are respectfully Invited to oall and ex
amine Singer', new Tran.Terse-.hutl. Machine, for
This Machine I. highly ornamented, easy to oper
ate, and i. th. very beat and cheapest Machine la
the market. JAMES BKAUDON,
Western Agent for Singer'. Sewing-machine.
jLL KINDS OF CROCKER V,
AT SO WEST FOUBTH-STBEET.
We now have every description of low-priced
PITCHERS, BOWLS, DISHES,
CAKE-PANS AND BAKING-DISHES.
Also, a lot of Crockery, slightly damaged, for .ale
at very low price.. The damaged artioles are almost
as good as th. best, but w. ar. selling .uch good,
aniaiing cheap, at 39 Weet Fonrth-st.
nolS-cMp HUGGIN8 A DUNCAN.
- A N T E li. N 8 I
CALL AT AO WEST FOURTH-STREET,
A. Q O O 13 LiANTKHN.
ndVMp HOGGINS A DUNCAN.
nAS no KQVAL IN THIS OR ANT
oth.r country. On sale at Depot, Apollo Build
ing corner Fifth and Waluut-ata Room No. 1, sec
ond story; 1041 West Fourth-st.. aed Store, gon
.rally. Ag. is. wanted in every city arid town.
a W. 8. MAbOW, Agent.
ALTER V, STRAUB, ,
OFrica 3 Maaomo Timae,
' BQv-cm Third and Walant-.U.
AT THE NEW nuI'O STORB-CI.
OAKS Just received a choic lot of Havana
Cigara, .uibraclnf all theiopalar brands, for sate by
U. W. MArTHIVYS 4 CO.,
Bol7 N. B. eor. Central-av. and George-.t.
rpOB ACCO.-EDWA R DJ, AN DB ft SON'S,
-A- V.iHuLA bou.' and other biauda, for sal. by
G. W. MATTHEWS CO.,
noir H. E. eor. Oeutral,a. aad George-at.
nlKING POWDER MANCVACTDRBD
ky Met'haas Co. is a pr(n tly pur. article, and
for caaapiMMM ha. ao eo it for snle by
G. W. MATTHEWS A CO.,
olf M. K. eor. Catrat av. aud Oeo.g.-.t.
) v ' '; i
V A GROVER Sc BAKER
! For 4oi
The on If Company that manufactures the two Tari
LOOK AT THE NEW LIST OF PRICES!
riain finished Family Kachlne, extra PMd....j40
Plain finished Family Machine, large site, ex
tra speed 53
Fall-plated and ornamented Machine, extra
Full-plated and ornamented Machine, large
size, extra speei? TO
Full-plated and ornamented Machine, In cam,
extra speed 90
We have recently introduced a new SHUTTLE
MACHINE for tailor.' use, which is acknowledged
to be superior to any of Its kind in the market.
GROTER cV BAKER S. M. CO.,
WoBtern Dtpot nnd Sales-room,
nol7-x - 5S West Fonrth-st.
TAYLOlt & ANTHONY,
illill.lU I.IOLIl.l.l Vli MUU.tlOl
NO. TO WEST THIRD-81,
. CINCINNATI, OHIO,
Issue Policies in the following reliable companies ;
NEW YORK COMPANIES.
L0B1LLARD FIBS INSURANCE CO.)
WASHINGTON FIRE INSURANCB CO. I
GOODHUE FIRE INSURANCE CO. J
LAMAR FIRE INSURANCE CO.;
MARKET FIRE INSURANCE CO.; .
RESOLUTE FIRE INSURANCE CO.;
. JF.TNA FIRX INSURANCE CO.;
STANDING FIBK INSURANCE CO.
INDEMNITY FIRE INSURANCE C0.
ATLANTIC FIRS INSURANCE CO.
Manhattan Life Insurance Co.
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INS. CO.;
ROGER WILLIAMS INSURANCE CO.;
DOPE INSURANCE CO.
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY.
V Fire, Marine and Life Policie. luued on the
most favorable terms. no4-x
Xopnlo,i . Trade
IRISH LINENS, all price.;
SCOTCH LINEN SHEETING, all prices;
TABLE DAMASK, all prices;
NAPKINS, TOWELS and TOWELING;
BLANKETS, all sizes and price. ;
QUILTS and COMFORTABLES;
SHAKER FLANNELS, all width.;
COTTON FLANNELS, 4c, Ac, Ac.
A Large Stock at Low Price.
JOHN SIIIL.L.ITO & CO.,
nol8-f 101, 103 and 103 West Fourth-st.
"West Sc Wilson's
$30. $QO. $30.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES I
No. VOW. Fourth-st., at WlawelT. Picture-store.
We call the attention of the pnbllo to come and
examine these Machine, and aee the simplicity of
them. Thi. Machin. i. simple and lea. liable to
fet out of order than any other now betora the mar.
et. It will atitch from the nneet to the coarsest
of fabric. It will nse the thread from the original
spools. It can stitch, hem.) tuck, gather, make
cord and embroidery beautifully.
Call and get a sample of the work.
THIRTY DOLLARS, WIThTeMMERS' THIRTT FIVE.
NO. TO WEST FOURTH-ST.. BETWEEN VINE
At Wiawell's Picture-store.
nol M. R. R If BOLT Sc FISTIKR.
Bar-wise Sc King',
TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS.
No. 171 Main-street (between Fourth and Fifth),
WE HATE REMOVED FROM OFR
ola store, No. 13H Main-street, to No. 11
Main, new etoue-front building, nearly oppoaite.
We snail continue to keep a complete assort
Of th Latest Sty 1m.
ALSO Cloths, CatPimeret, Testing nnd Over
ooftt.ugs, to make to order
Gentlemen's Famishing Goods.
SIGNS OF THE TIMES!
C. T. FORRISTALL,
AT 133 VINE-STREET,
Corner of Burnet, up stairs, I. prepared to Paint
ALL KINDS OF SIGNS, BANNERS,
AND PICTORIAL WORK GENERALLY,
On short notice and on th. moat reasonable term..
. All Work Curanteed.
DON'T, FOEQET NO. 132 VINO.
. Booqnets and Cat Flowers.
PERRONS WIHniNO BOUQTJBT9 AND
(Jut Flow.r.. can lie supplied by leaving their
orders at E. bVaulan a Cojs Drug-store, N. E. cor.
Fourth and Maiu; ifra. W. J. Johnson's (lonfeo
tionery, Fourth-st., bet. Vina and Race, north aide;
Geo. Snowier". Dnig-.tore, 8. W. corner Sixth aad
Vina; aad Mr.. Paten Mon, north aid. Sixth, bet.
Race and Elm: or. by .ending order, direct to J, tf.
Cook'. Walnut Hills Nurserlen. 1. S. OOOK,
noU-tf Walnut Hillaand Wkil.Oak Nurwla.
perfect aatialaotkin te all who tumt patronise him,
Hie term, will be found so reaaeuabi. that you will
mv. naarly on.-half br calling ou him. H. pledge.
Llmaelf to uae the inett luaWlala, and that bm
work .hall La dou. U the beat aaann.r, or th.
money will be refunded. Call aud hiin. Oittv.
u ttu.tb.-at., naai Race, betwM Sae. and Ilia,
R. MEREDITH, DENTIST, TIKH
reinmvd th. practice of liotifrr in f t
Oinclunatt, alter an abMae. of n short ftrrrYf
tim.. Having had an expert. nee of urer -J-"-tr
twenty years' praotlce in thi. city, h. can eromia.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
CLOU Mill Sf'
IN THE WK8TJ
What U th. ns. of paying Thirty, Forty or Fifty
Dollar, tor a Cloak, when yon can porohaao a really
genteel garment for Ten, Twelve, Fifteen nnd
Twenty Dollar., at
GEORGE LEWIS &00:S
Directly Opposite Postofilce.
W. are mannfactnrlng all the Faahlonabl. Style
at the above price., and feel confident that wa can
suit all who will favor n. with a call.
REMEMBER Till LOCATION,
OB "77"at FourtU-t.,
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICM."
GEO. LEWIS & CO.
DRAFTS IN LARGE OR AH ALtj
sum on London nti Dublin, payable In U
tlie principal towna of
For rale by
James F. Meline & Co.,
noll-tdecHarlp 17 West Third-st.
SILSBEE'S MEDICATED BATHS!
ri ALL ITS NtTIHEItOrS AND FEAR
FUL form,. absolute. and radically curabl
by moans of tlia
IODIISK AND MERCURIAL VAPOR BATHS.
It is the tofttimony of the bent enrcoons of mod
ern timps ; and did professional propriety permit, a
thousand cert ifi eaten cmiM bp furnished of euros in
this city, at Dr. 8. BILSHKE'8 Office for Chronic
and Cutaneous DtHoaaen, Qf West berenth-Rt. be
tween VineaDd Wnlnut. noll-f
Boot and 8I100 Store
No. lo;Wet 8ixth-treet,
Betwaen Main and Walnut, Cincinnati
LANK & BODLKY,
Founders and Engine-builders,
Comer John and Water-streets, Cinolunati.
LEVI BP,0WffSG0LD PENSI
TKVT BllOWN WAS THI FIRST MAN
a UFACTUBGtt of Gold Feu. In the United
Btatea.and is distinguished for tbe saperiority of hi.
workmaasktp. Pen. for sale by
lyli-tf 6 West Jfortrti-.t.
Mifnourl City Association and
rpDB ABOVE COMPANY, HA VINO SlE-
TUBED tbe purchase of it. lands in Caldwell
Op., Mo., adjoining the town of Hamilton, on th.
Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad, and divided the
ftime into building lota and farm., now offer the same
to subscriber, in shares at $M each. Full informa
tion, with maps, can be obtained bycallirg on or
addressing the Association, at 37 West TbTrd-st.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. oc23-xDW
IVEAIiE PREPARED TO HELL THE
V v bett quality of Wrapping Paper at
Mannfaoturen' Lowest I?rioe,
OaarantceiDg the Paper
PULL SIZE AND WEIGHT.
We keep a full aunnlr of the different alzas ma.
.tantly on hand.
Nixon, Chatfield & Woods. -
500 1?,E AJtISFLT 9p WHITE AND
Ulne, Wove and Laid, 13; u, 16 and It) lb...
of the best nnalitv. for ale low.
K1XUN, CUATPIEIjS WOODS,
nolS 77 and 79Walnut-at.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVINO A LAKGE
supply of folic, White and Blue, Wove aud
Laid, which we offer at low prices.
KIXON, CH ATi'I K LP WOODS,
nolS 17 and 79 Walnut-street
Fistula in Ano Treated
BY DR. VM. OWENS, WITHOUT THE
Knite or Ligatnre, by a new, simple and pecu.
liar method of treatment, discovered by himself
abont eight years ago, and which has been at
tended with complete success in every case. Dr.
OWENS has been a citiaea of Cincinnati for th.
last twenty Ave years, and aasures thealVicted that
the above i. no humbug, for further informa
tion, apply at hi. office aad residence, No. HO West
Seventh-st., Cincinnati. oc30-tf
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
paid fur Beeswax, at all times, by
GEO. M. DIXON, Drnegist,
nol N. E. corner Fifth aud Muin-sU.
Inl f'ns- .ERESH-PRESSED, IH
OUIF liall and Mb. pks.;
100 lb., freak-powdered, in ran., f.r sal. by
GEO. M. DIXON, Druegi.t,
nol N. E. corner fifth and Main-ata.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Pills,
PUR EI, Y VECKTABLE, AND PLEAS
ANT to use. Aduiitiad to be the beat H'auiily
Pill in uae. Prepared only by
(il.lj. M. DIXON, Drn.gist,
nol N. E. corner Fifth aud Maiu-sU.
For Chapped Hands, eto.
PVRE GLYCERIN, GLYCERIN LO
TlOtf , Olycerole uf Koses, Camphor lea, Cain
phor Soap, Ulycerln Sohp. etc. Hold hy
ALBKKT KOSS, DrilKnist,
not B. w. cor. Central-av. and Eighth-st.
.fXARD - BASKETS, O A li D - C A 8 E S,
Watch-stands, Jewelry-stands, Porto-iuon.
naie., LatQheu, Puff-buies, Toiint-bottlw, Per.
fume-stand. Mirror., Pearl Iulaid' Huir-bmifhea,
Tool) -brush.., and a large Tariety'pf other fancy
ALBERT ROSS. Dru.eist.
B. W. cor. Ceutral-av. aud Kigbth-st.
Lard Pumps I Lard Pumps I
V7IQR A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OP
Oalloa . McCOLLCM, '
ocM 101 8irth-t., bet. Yin, and Haea.
' Can't Do Pettw Actn. F.nndl
MNCINNATL SEPT. 1, 1860.-MR.
-J J. J. BUTLER, Agent, Clnclliiiati-Plna
end us J'l down Uuarta) of your KXCKLtilOH
KLVID WJU, aad oblig.
HQOERS a CO.,
H. B. Approved by all. ray'. Patent Tags for
HONEY HI HUP. -
iu keg. Houer Hirap, tea gallons each;
V F awwf u uv.
AARON A. rOLTKR,
BQl ' ' 81t and S'.l Mait.
.VANIA BULLED HI'
VLOIB, at OOLTEttV
81 aad Sat Mali
M- vt UaiAT
TNGLIsiIJ CRACK NKLL8, V10tOalIA
lAli A. OOLTTHl.
' It) aad al MaiuHTi,
riUKAAKTtf ANJ CIT&OM. AT
M 81t aud SMI lUianrt.
RICKEY, MALLORT & C0,'S,,
PUBLIINERS, BOORSOLEnJ IND STATIONERS,
Have Issued a General Catalogue, containing Jfiff
neatly r-rinted, double.cotumn octavo pages, with a
carefully prepared Table of Oontenta. an Introduc
tion, and a valuable article oa Bibliography, fro..
Horae'e Introduction to th. study of Bibliography,
together with a description, with price, attached, of
over Jo. no volume, of the standard authors hi ail
language.. J"or the convenience of bmfc-hnvere, Ik
has been carefully claxslfled and subdivided Into
nme taenty-nv. departmentaor heads, thus greatly
facilitating a perfect k now ledge of the author, and
work, on any given auhject.
TABLE OF CONTENTS I
- . FAOIS.
Prffroe . t
Bibliography, Sketch of T- 10
Bibliographical Works, List of. In is
I. -VSKri'I. ARTS.
I. Agriculture, Horticulture, Garden-
ing. An u 2t
II. Arrhilcture gj. 26
III. Engineering, Surveying, Naviga
tion, Bailways, Constiactioa of
Bridges. Ac Jfl M
IT. Mechanics, Mannfacturev, Ac 2 &i
V. Rural and Domestic Kconumy,
Honsehnld Science, Ao 32 !W
VI -Hportlug, l i.hing. Hunting, o. 33 34
1 American History and Antiquities,
HlMory nf the United States, and of
the Several rtatea at 44
II.Europeitn, Asiatic, African, Ac 44 oi
Blcgrapby. American and Foreign.... 55 1
Biblical Commentaries, Ke.clesiasttr-at
Biography and History, Baered Phil-
. ology, Misionary Knterprise, Ber- i
mons, Devotional Works, Ac 70 "
Belles- Lettres, (Criticism, Orations and
(.pcei-hee, Novels and Tatea, KKsay.
and Misccllnniea, Ac.....H 93 11T
VI. poetry and the drama. h7-mi
VII fink arts.
Painting, Illustrated Works, Draw
ing, Ac 141 HI
Expeditions, Travels, Voyages, Ac ..147 161
IX. NATURAL HISTORY.
I. Natural liibtury, General Micro
cnpy 12 16J
II. Natural History of Man- Jtitbnol-
, rgy... 16 170
lit. Mammals, Bint. Kinhes. Reptiles,
Mollttsea, lnHect, Worms, Crabs, Ac. 171 175
IV .N at oral II istory Botany 17S 17T
V. Geology, Mineralogy, Palaeontol
ogy, Ac 17718
I. Chemistry and Phnrmacy Iftl 184 '
II. --Natural Philosophy, Climatology,
' Elactricity, Meteorology, Optics, Ac...l4 la.)
III. Alai hematics aud Astronomy 1H7 l?t
XI. PHILOSOPHY, ETC. , - 191-1W
1 Theory of Education, Vocal Cul-
ture, Bhetorir, Logic, Ac ll3 17
II. Juvenile Work. IW 2Ha
XIII. -MODEHN LANGUAGES.
English, French, German, Italian and
Classical, Oriontal and Comparative. ...211213
XV. MILITARY AND NAVAL SCIENCE.
I Military 214 217
II. Naval .....
Politics, Constitution., Diplomaoy, Po
litical Economy, c 219221
XVII. -COMMERCE, BANKING. CUB-
BK.NCV, STATISTICS, ETC. 224-2J4
XVIII. -FREEMaSONBY AND ODDFEL-
XIX. -PHRSNOLOOY, PHONOGRAPHY
AND HYDRO PATUY. 229-2M
XX. -8PIR1TUALISM, 230-231
XXI. GUIDK -BOOKS. '. 232-23S
XXII. -MAPS AND ATLASES. 233-234
Encyclopa?t1iaa, Dictionaries, Work, of
Befereuce, 4c................. ...,21 242
XXIV. -BOHN'S LIBRARIES.
I. Standard Library. II. Extra Vol
umes. III. SclentlAo Library. IV. ...
Antlanarian Library V. Classical
Lihrary. VI. Illustrated Library.
VII. Philosophical Library. VII I.
Philological Library. IX. Ecclesias
tical Library. X. Historical Library.
XI. Library of French Memoir..
XII. Library or British Classic.
XIII. School and College Series 1IJ-2S4
XXV. -FRENOH BOOKS. 25&-25T
H.-i oretgn... 2je-ii
Thi. Catalogue will be forwarded to any addrea,
postage-paid, upon receipt of Twb.vtv 1knth In
.tamps, or in elegant and substantial cluth-binding,
making a very handaome volume, upon receipt of
RICKEY, MLLORY A CO. hav. also Issued sep
arate CATALOGUES OF LAW AND MEDICAL
BOOKS, which will b. forwarded on receipt or Six
O. S. HALT BYJ
Can Oysters X
THE 8ITBHCRIBER IU NOW RECEIT
ING, daily, by tbe Adam. Express, MALT
BY'S world-rennwaed Baltimore RAW OYSl'ERS,
in can., gegs ana sueit. j&uur.n.i-uriit,
11 West Kifth-st.
P. B A1war on band, ft full unortmeut of
MALTBV'S puttitig-up of tiermoticalty.tteul&d
Cove, Hpled aud Pickled Oysters,
FORSAJaE CHKAP. a9-tfeod
SALT-WATER PROOITK AND (U.MR
DKl'OT No. SiOS Vtue-itj. Iwtwoim Fifth aud
Sixth. Tbe nnrierttignAd teg to inform the citizen
of Cinciunati that they have opeoed a store oa
Vine-et., oppnaite Longworth, where t hey will, dor
ing the winter aeaaoutkoep coodtantl oa hand
frvtih supply of
HALIBUT, HADDOCK, COD-FYSH, BLUE-FTSH,
ITLOUNDKBH, EKLH, BLACK-FI8U, SHAD,
lAtlitW'Eliti, CliABS, XC,
All warranted of the beet quality. All kinds of
GAMK in soaaon. I e member UOS Vine-etu be
tueen i'ilth aud Sixth. u
ocl3-leod O. II. MATTUKWS, ) Pr0Prietor,
MORKUHNYDERw. HENRY THANK
M ILLER, Vhitlp Hidleback and WilliHm KtDn.
Hamilton Cumiuon PltM Notice. (au,42S.)-William
leuui one of he defendant Id the above caae, will
take notice that the plaintiff, Moreli Bu viler, filed
bis petition aKatnet hfin, a non-retideutoi Ohio, oa
the It.th day of June, 1m0, id said Court of Common
Pleas, the prayer of which la to qniet the title to the
following real estate, to-wit: Lota, Nos. 3U3 and .Vi2,
In Burnut aud bwdcr'i Division, Walnut JIiUs.
Millcreek Towunhip, Hamilton County, Ohio, and
the said Wm. Kunn Is hereby no titled that unless he)
appear in said Ooart on or before the 2'id day of De
cent ber next, and answer or demur to said petition,
he will be in default, aud the cause will be heard la
bis absence and a decree rendered accordingly.
oc20-gSa WM.PBOBABUO.Att for pHlnT.
I7UIUIT TREES t FRUIT TREKS t !
. The subecrtber would call the atttontion of thoso
desirous of planting fruit and ornamental trees to
bit stock of Apple, Pear, Peach, Cherry. Plum and
Ouince-trees, and small fruits In varieties; large)
siiade and evergreen-trees and shrubbery, all of mr
own growing and budding, which will be furnished
at low flgnrtis: would take a buiry( a carriage, or
mercbtimlise in exchange, at Cummlusville Nur
sery, three miles north of Cincinnati, one-half mile)
went of Cumniiiiaville, on the CoIeralnpike. Ad
dress JAM ICS W. McHAKIN, Cuiuminsville, Hata
llton County, Ohio. nolft e
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS. I
will be lupplied thi.iuhtiit the setua wita
Btlles'e KxceUior No. 1, SS iud 8SS Oyslui-s.
noil Corner Ninth and Vino.
TTEW PENNSYLVANIA BITCKWUBAT.
I have juit received a lot of uw BaLkwbttafc
that I can recommend.
JOHN FEUGTTSOri. (Irocor,
noil Corner Ninth and Vine.
VALENCIA R AISINS ELEVEN CENTS,
Best Layer Baislus at
noil Corner Ninth aud Vine.
OLD RESERVE MADEIRA, VI NT AUK
pf CA2.JuMt received, an iinportatioa of S
half-pipes of Old Kaserve Madeira Wlue. Tbi
Wine is worthy the attention of conuolWtirs, and
for Invalids it will be louud invnlti)le. for sale,
wholesale and retail, by JOHN BATES,
no5 National Theater Building, Syouiuore-st,
npABLE OIL AND MAtT'TlNEfUR.
A. Just recuived. an Invoice of Burdudux and
Lucca Oil. Also, 1 half-hhds. Susttrior Malt Viua
to, UbW J-ur byJ0HH B4TMj
bob Nation Theater Bulldlntr, Sycamore-..
T ADIEU' HOLL1NB OIN TONIO.
MJ Ju.t ree'd, M do.. Ladies' Holland (iia Touta.
Jfor aala, wholesale aad retail, by
A. MoDtiNALD A CO.,
eels 6a aad Branch '449 Wat fourth-..
w. b. iu. t. w. Ullll,
BALDWIN ek BALDWIN,
, LAW-OFflCS EEMQYAU;
nM. rORWINK HAH REMOVBD
from Bulves's Uitiltlinc, Third-st., W bhort'a
Bulldipi, coruar of Haini.ud avd Vourth-atnwla,
uctiid story. - '
JOHN A. LYNCH, Mastar Commlaaloaer of tba
Suprtor Court and Oourt of Ootauioa. f laaa, aud
Oouiiuiasloner or Baeds fur all the Htatea and T.rrW
IfoM, ha. ramored to tb. satsteotnoa., erVts
V 4M1 S" liIM '9 YiTTO H NBl -Ali
TV XAWTUm fiujUliii k4 li.dk