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THE DAILY" rUESS.
HENHV HEED V CO,
mtom Am raoraiaroaa.
OFFICIAL PAPKH OK THE CITY.
Tho ' dlpthtiria, bow w preralent And so
- fatal in ml part of the United Sttvtea, is
' Ttbat is called, in medical nomenclature, an
epidemic) tliat it to taj, a disease proiluoad
by caasrs existing in tbe atmosphere, and
attacking at the ume time a large namhcr of
persons. Thnt tbe cause Of epidemio disease
it ia the atmosphere, and enters tbe human
system in a state of intermixture with it, 4s a
point upon which, we believe, physiologists
bare ceafed to di.-prtte; but what is the
nature of tbe cause, and bow it can exist in
tbe atmosphere and yet evade the most tni
' mi to and laborious research, are matters thnt
' still remain surrounded by doubt and dis
Causes of disease invading the human sys
tem from without, must in character belong
to one of the two great classes into which
all material things are divided; they must
be either organic or inorganic; either con
taining or not containing in themselves tho
principle of life. In case they ara organic,
tleir intermixture with tbe atmosphere must
be mechanical merely they float in it as a
foreign Mibttnnce; in cnne they are inorganic,
.,, their intermixture with the atmosphere is
necessarily chemical they form, for' the
time, one of its constituent purts, this being
4 ;e on'y known condition upon which they
J( would remain.
( Inorgauie substances in combination with
tlic air would," however minute tuoTr pro
portion, bo readily detected by chemical ao-
' ftlysis. Their effect would be, like thit of
poisons in general, to corrodo the. tissues
with which they come in contact, and pro
duce death by a dissolution of the parts tr
Which vital functions-art entrusted. Organic
Substances intermixed with the air, would lie
likely to lodge in locnlities favorable to their
development, and to reproduce themselves in
a mass of parasitic vegtntion: tho effect of
which would be either to obstruct tbe vital
1 functions and invite death directly, or by
projecting their roots Into tbe tissues, to be
got inflammntion, gnngrene and decay.
If there is any point that appears to bo in
Controvertibly settlod in chemistry, It is that
the air undergoes no alteration in its con
stituent parts, either in respect to materials
or quantities. It is always made np of tbe
Same elements, and in the samo proportions.
The air of the atmosphere never changes,
, never becomes corrupt or adulterated. The
most laborious testa, applied in times of the
most violent epidemics, have utterly failed
to deteot the smallest degeneracy. Chemi
cally, it is always pure, perfect and whole
some. '. It is fair to presume, therefore, thaC
when it becomes otherwise, it ia by casual
Intermixtures of thingB with which it re
fuses to combine with geVms or monads of
Organic matter and this is tho lesson which
tbe revelations of the microscope is grad
ually bringing to the knowledge of man
Whether there is, at this extreme point of
research, where the powers of the microscope
aim oat fail to penetrate, any difference be
tween animal and vegetable or rather
whether any of the recognized distinctions
between the two provinces into which or
ganic life is commonly distributed, exist in
such a manner as to be detectable we do
not know ; ' but we prefer to treat the cau
1 of atmosj)beTlo di.-ease as vegetable rather
than animal, fo several reasons. " No animal,
so far as is knows, taken into the system, is
dangerous to health by the production of a
Specific mi lady j and the appearance of the
l.heiK mena in the part afleslcd by epidemic
parasites is more like thut of vegetable than
of aoiDial life. We can hot got over the
idea although it is, in some sort, a mis
taken one that the power of individual
locomotion is inseparable from anlmul ex
'' There is a class of vegetation, parasitic in
its character, minute fn its propoWions de
aoanding in some of its memiers tbe utmost
jiowrr of tbe microscope for its election"
whose germs, there is reason to Relieve, float
unseen in the atmosphere, small beyond the '
power of tbe imagination to comprehend,
numberless in variety, and in'eorae of which
are stored the ability to inflict almost infi
nite injury upon tbe human race. Not
'.r'ietly speaking poisons originating
no dUcct corrosion of the parts in which
they effect lodgment -r they enter
into tbe system, and in the process of
germination, growth, and reproduction,
ptoduce local disturoances which cither
becomepor appoax to become, general. To
this canse we may attribute the existence of
tbe terrible catalogue of epidemio and ma
larious diseases, with .' wbich humanity has
bean scourged as far back as history contains
any record plagues, choleras, scarletiaos,
intermittent, influenzas, goitres, milk sick
nesses : even 'the pulmonary consumption,
whsn it assumes as it some times does the
form of a contagion, gives evidence which
leads to the suspicion that it sprang, origi
nally from the some prolific source with the
. Of tbe laws that govern thess winged ar
rows' of death, or the conditions under which
they are produced, little is known; though of
some more than of others. Some are annual
and affect only particular localities; others at
long, and perhaps irregular intervals carry
sickness and death over tbe entire globe.
Borne make the! appearance at particular
seasons of the year, others pursue' tbeir ter
rible march irrespective of heat, cold or pre
vailing winds-as deadly amid the snows of
a Russian winter as during the torrid summer-heats
of the pluins of Hindustan. Some
hover ever the marshes, and visit with sick
ness those who dwell upon tbeir borders;
some spring from the damp defiles of rocky
mountains, stealing forth now and then, like
band of assassins from their gloomy fast
nesses; snd some in the form of the ruddy
simoom sweep over the burning desert,orer-
takiCg the traveler and closing up the
HUH ui ia u 10UU(, . ,r ,
Diptheria, now somewhat prevalent in this
vicinity, U one of this class of diseases.
When fatal, it produces its effects in several
wsys, by filling p the windpipe with a
parasitio growth resembling a tbicksned
membrane, or by obstructing with a similar
growth the functions of some other part,
thei (.by overloading tbe system until it suc
cumbs beneath the burden. 8nch is the sub
stance of the testimony derive! from post
mortem examinations, and it is probably cor
rect. . . ,
-Wbeoeveraa epidemic disease) Is in its
progrew, it Is probable that few escape in
vasion by its germs; and yet, la general,
few in proportion to the whole are made
seriously ill by tbem. In proportion to its
vitality and healthy action the system resists
the force of the attack. Children, persons
with delicate constitutions, or whose health
has been undermined by disease or dissipa
tion, are most likely to suffer; while adults,
especially those inuiiddle-lire and in robust
health, will escape, or If attacked by the
force of their vital action, will soon over
come the morbid influence.
In respect to treatment, it would seem to
be plainly indicated by the nature of the
complaint. When seated, it is simply a trial
of strength between tbe disease and tbe con
stitution: will the latter overcome the for
mer, or will it hold out until it has run its
course? Specific remedies medicines to
etire it is evident, are out of the question.
Local Applications bave, so far, not answered
tbe pnrpose. The trne object of treatment
is to sustain and build up the system, that it
may retain strength to resist the force of the
disease. Cathartics, except of a gentle char
acter, to remove pre-existing obstructions
from other causes, should be; ftYOi'Jerl,
eerterous diet, such as experience has shown
is best suited to the taste and general health
of tbe patient, with such aids, tonio or stim
ulant as may be used without weaking tbe
activity or taxing the ' strength of the di
gestive organs: this, with good nursing, is
nearly the sum of the therapeutic agencies
of use in the disoasn.
The Diptheria. Just as the Gazette Expected.
When Judge Williamb's insane or knavish
dispatch frora Kansas first arrived, the Go
setfe wanted the federal Administration to
iti slip the dogs of war at once, and hang,
siay and quarter promiscuously. It said:
"We trust the Administration will show
ah unwonted vigor iu putting down these
nss.iiJmits. , Let them suffer the extreme
ptnalties of .tbe law, like all other perpetra
tors of treason und murder." .... ,i
Yesterday it congratulated itself on its
intuitive insight of the case as follows :;
"As we suspected, the first reports of the
Kansas outbreak are greatly exaggerated.
Sk nie of the chief iteni9 of the excited narra
tive of'thc fugitive FederalJudjjc, are already
shown to be purelv imaginative. At the last
accounts no attack bad been made on Fort
Sunt, nor, of coulee, had the court or lanrl
oflii e records been meddled with. The
frightened Jude has started a panic as
groundless as the uses mde of it by un
scrupulous Democratic journals are dishonest
WLen tbe New York Herald announces
something directly the reverse of all its pre
dictions and statement, it always begins
with, "As we expected," or "As we stated."
It is pleasant to see the orthodox Gazette
imitating tbe cavortingjof "the Satanic press."
The affection which brought the Gazette
into this little predicament was a fear, as
stated in its first announcement, that the
Montgomery, performance would be charged
to the election of Lincoln, and would dam
age the Republican party. Therefore it
wanted to take the wind out of this by call
ing' for vengeance on Montgomery, who, so
far as reliable accounts show, has done
nothing requiring Federal intervention. It
is a heavy load upon a publio journal to
bave a party to take care of. In its fear and
flounderings to thai end, it is incapable of
doing justice, and is just as likely to strike
out at its friends as at its opponents. A
party paper is fearfully and . wondorfully
Justice is represented blind, but she al
ways keeps her ejes wide open to the frail
ties of her own sex. Last week a frail woman
in New York was sentenced by Judge Rus
sell to the penitentiary for ene year, for an
attempt at larceny, to which she plead guilty.
She said that she had gone with the com
plainant whose i aino is not even men
tioned, so blind is Justice to masculine fail
ingsand that he refused to pay her; there
fore, she seized th watch as a means of en
forcing pajtnent. - She was willing to make
any plct that was proper, and, a she had
never been arrested before, hoped to be
Doctors have a way of changing the dis
ease in a patient by. substituting one which
they know bow to treat, for another which
is beyond their skill.. Thus athronic epom
plaiot may be driven off by an acute disease
which yields to known treatment., It was
on this plan that a celebrated physician
fought to turn every case of disease into fits,
as be was "death on fits." A similar prac
tice might be introduced into criminal mat
ters. This woman might have killed a man
In New York for a lighter penalty. If, aaer
she had 'seized the Watch, she had changed
the crime into murder, she would have
brought it within mild treatment. . .
Atlantic for December.
This magazine is at band with its usual
attractive burden. The list of contents is,
The United Slates and tbe Barbary States;
Sunshine; The Two Tongues; i Midsummer
and May; Epithalmia; Arthur Hallam; The
Confessions of a Medium; John Andre and
Honors Sneyd; We shall Rise. Again; The'
Professor's Story; and A Plea for Freedom
fjom Speech and Figures of Speech Makers;
besides the usual Reviews and Literary
Notices. . ",; ' "
Under the present publishers the Atlantic
has not only maintained the high character
which it assumed at the start, but has in
creased its attractions. The publishers an
nounce more extensive arrangements for tbe
year beginning January, among which are a
new novel by Harriet BeecberStowe, one by
Charles Rcu.de, and contributions by.Loog
fellow, Hawthorne, Holmes, Lowell, Emer
son, Whitlier,. Giles, Mrs. Fanny Ke ruble,
and a long array of the best writers in
lym,TioN for Etchiko os Stqsb. An in
vention has been brought forward, the object
of which is to do away with soma well
known defects in the ordinary method of
etching stone. The principal defect in this
method is founded in the fact, that the op
erator ctn never know, with certainty, the
depth of the lines, and he can onlyrueu the
nsnie by the Btreni. of the acid which be
employs, by the time which said acid re
mains on the stone, and by the nature and
chemical composition of tbe sto'.o itself".
Another difficulty is caused by the continu 1
stopping out of the finished parts, wbch
completely prevent the artisan from seeing
the prop reus of his picture. His memory is
bis only guide; and on this account he is
liable to be confused and misled. - Farther
more, the gradation from one tint to the
other will always be more or less risible,
showing by decided marks the previous cov
ering wuh acid. All these difficulties are
avoided simply by using some acid which
forms an insoluble combination with tho lines
of the lithographic stone, such as citric acid,
which, alter being wuutsd off with water,
leaves a very email quantity of a white
powder, vis: citrate or lima, in the hues,
which enables the operator to judge accu
rately of tbeir respective strength by the
cootiabt they form with the dark covering
of tbe stone. The picUre produced by tui
process re-nibie steel engravings very
closely, and theis efftct in shade aiul ligutis
equal in every respect to the hater. ;,' , . J
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
The Recent Gale on the Lakes.
"Oawtoo. November 28. Accounts of the
severe gale on Saturday and Sunday are
coming in frpm every quarter.
Tbe schooner J. J. Slorlty is ahore near
Kingston, and the Game Cock at Peninsular
Point. The Minnehaha dmeged both anchors
and is ashore near Capo Vincent.
Tbe JUargarettt is ashore near Nelson's
Over thirty vessels, bound to this port, are
Still to arrive. Weather moderating slowly.
Sacistt's IIabbob, November 28. Two
vessels are ashore at Stony Creek, and one
in Henderson, names unknown; also, one
vessel between Horse Island and Stony
Island, with the signal of distress flying.
Oswrno, November 26 The schooner
Forctt is fror.on in near Trenton, Cataiie
driven to PnckeU's Harbor disabled and Bails
gone. Jennie Mack ashore ten miles bslow
Port Cnlburne. Mary Sitliva ashore in Chan
nout Bay. Schooner CumH ashore near
Big Sodus. Queen CHy at. Kingston, b.ia
lost, sails ribboned. Propellor Cottar j'nore
,ow S.tone, Mi,.lB' one t0 Piec. Autwiws
Handy in Smith Bay, one. 'ooat gone; leak
ing badly. Soven vessels are ashore be
tween Kingston and Sackett's Harbor. A
I'l'.uuing snow-storm from the south-east is
now prevailing here. ,"
Later from the Isthmus and South America.
Niw York, November 26. .Advices from
Panama by the ri, state that the cargo of
the American brig Winthrop had been seized
ut Santa Martn, by tbe commissary of the
General Government, and appropriated to
the troops and public. . !
Wm. C. Foster, an American citizen, had
heerl arrested for going from Carthasjena to
. Santa Maria, without a passport, though he
bad one from the American Consul.
Two boats of specie, containing $5,000,
belong io Citizens, wore seised at Santa
Marta, end are siijl in the possession of the
Grneral Government. - ,
The news from Peril fs to th cffcct h
Mr. Clay, United States Minister, had "
ceived bis passport, and would leave on the
Kth of October for Panama and New York.
Diplomatic intercourse is thus suspended
with Peru. ,
The advices from other parts' of Sonth
America are about of the usual character.
An attempt to find a railroad route across
the Chiiiqtii Isthmus is said to be a total
Pittsburo, November 2GM. River six
feet one inch by the pier-mark, a rise- of one
inch since Saturday night. Weather cloudy
and milder with indications of snow.
Pittbbdbo. . Novcmlier 20 P. M. Tho
river is six feet one inch, and at a stand.
Lonisvir.iB, November 26 P. M. The
river is falling, with five feet eight inches
water in the canal. It has been rainy during
the day and is now raining fast.
North Carolina News.
PrrtHSBTTRo, Va, November 26. Senator
Clinpmnn bas been renominated by the
Democratic caucus at Raleigh, North Caro
lina, for Sennthr. Finn M V. iranl wa
elected Supreme Court judge by the Legij-
- - - . . ........ vu u.un-.. iut,D
was considerable talk umong the members, of
Nkw York, November 26. a collision oc
curred on Friday night, at Fordham, be
tween two freight trains, one of which had a
passenger car attached. Daniel D. Kelly
was severely injured internally, and his re
covery is donbtful.' Several other passengers
and a brakesman were somewhat hurt.
New York Market.
November 26 P. M. Ashes
nominal a) $A S3 tor i'ou and Prl.
lotion l sciivii, ai,d h slower: i1m of 1.J00
bntB at Ib'ic tor miuuliDg L'plauda.
Ur nr trnnrhclioi are to n moderate extent, an1
priet-x ft'i eially without important ontoi : mJi'4 ,,f
lir'K. ut ft Hxat v f'lrsuotrtluo Suno; SSaU 20
for extra ttt-; $4 70t5 f. r -uiwrlliie .Waaiorn;
X ts 4lt f it ccaamoft tomxrilnm oxira Wonterti;
?.' 3f'gil .40 fi r good ahippin hrauoa extra r mvd
Jji'op iibio l.'Aumdinn iu vary nio.Jerte. !Miutt:
fmIi-w of o.oon trl. at 59 lo,i; for mm n w R,d
extra. l.leKloorltiijnluvlyatS.1 4ii ai 10 for com
nion to cL.,ic anperliiie Ooru-meal "in nterate
ri qu nt; itri;i without btrlki.g changfe.
"VyhMy Irr irodi-rtito requPHt ' HtaiUy pricoa: a.ila
t, w uri oi o;(n;ic.
Wl-m openud i,ifc and nioaed .with a miil
pri.to diMvand 1' r txport, t full prnv,oii pri
ealeor .Kt.KHi l.twlifl. Clvrnpt rin ,it fun f.i
I 12, Hie latUT jrn-e for No. 1; J.0W ntuhiHa Nortli
w...t.rn riuli.ni I l.,; s aoo hu,h w .Miln.iu.
kie cltifj, tit 81 l,rl IT; 11 Tim bnh l woiuir jd
Wfflnu. at (1 a.'irf.l i'6; i,7uo i uhl mufxr Wii
(xlitm, ill 51 i;.l in, ,lie latlor l.ir vikv rh,,!i:
'S.i (vi Wluls whit Michigan, at tl Si: e sw
!'U-1m-Ih wind.. Ir,dtaTi:i, ut 1 oofj liiHiu.a
whilo Kniiurly, at M iai ; .-,,0. o hu-hoU
tliokend Ttatti.io, ur $1 IL'S. Kvh Qiiler, wl ti
alr of S.fOfi l.iiKhelii utTO . Ilulni Vs froilr f
li'iaU.a- d inav httfj.Mited riiln: a.-tlonot ?,8atl liasde'ii
Sl'le. Hi,- amply uf tmu all. at ia liuiirel, nu I
lili n l.-i r drniiii'd. pil.es havi udiA-.cfil l.i. nor
lin.hil: half uf 4y,mHi rniNnr,) at v,.?w-,7c. f r niEx.l
V ftern, i-ll' at. lu-arli ail ut tho itiile-prlca. Mind
f-fft-ic fT while--4ale riin.er and iu li tL.r
givat: rales to a li v ..n,it,at X"S . fur Woaturo
avilftotiadft. and &(&mc. fjr Stto.
Hops dull: ealea of 120 hales at :no'Wc.
Krw 11 id h dull, at alin.-:;S"; lla.mo ayrai, ft
23: Mo OruiMlc, I7W1HO. lordiy IV. HtBrn. ,,
Pork r,ored with aii iurivnod flrnwiA-a for hoth
Bl anil prima, aud closed itutat: aalea of 4H9tarrelf
at ti;c'., 7Sr liir; 8U ih fr oriuia, i'ha il.if
Rial k-t cut i ii ilea dull and iitirliaiitiid: f,alea of 2,VK
harrela at IS MVteln for repacked inrna; SHI an 4 II f T
extra mean. 1'rima nieas. Ui-of and Hear Ham are
dull nod nominally unchanged Cut Meata dull and
mwllia! at 7.V""'40 for Shxulileiv, atid
for Hama. Jiraeil Uoga firm at 7-ti(al7 4e ' lu.-nii
uuiet. , 1 l.e Lard niarat iaiiull wt'h a very linilte l
Mliplily: PalfH of la l.arrels at 11..0.110. hit iiriaia
ciiy; Vi(tic for Wimorn. -r-m.r
Butttr Helling at Ki.ajlV. for Ohio, and ftriMlc. for
State. Chfcaa ataady at luac. ft jnfurior to
O flee market contlnnea very nnlut, with only
emul aalea to report at about pruvioua Quotation!,
fcupiir ia atilj very dult, tint a little more a-tir: aaloa
Mi) hnfieheade (Jul at 6'4iai.'i:R and Itf boxes Ha
vana on rriiata terua. Rlee dull and lower: aalea
SU liercea at Slnai.4c. caalr. Mola-e dull and htatyyt
we only hear of aalea of IDS barreie at M tt40o. :
Bed ateady aud ducllniug: aalea 2JU baxane'
OWver at aa:iKe. -X
New York Market. RIVER NEWS.
The Ohio, opposite this port, continues re
ceding, having declined, during the twenty
four hours ending last evening, some ten
inches, leaving a channel-depth of about
twelve and .a half feet at this point. Last
evening the water was falling more slowly
here, and at Pittsburg .the river was gradu
ally declining. 1
The weather was very inclement yester
day; and the temperature being much lower
than on Sunday, and moderating as the day
advanced. Night before last, 'snow foil for
several hours, but yesterday morning it'
be kfan to rain and continued' all iixf, aud is
still descending at this hour.
Business on the Landing was Terr dull,
and no freight of consequence was offering
to any point. The unusual quietness' there
was partially owing, we presume, to the de
testable weather and the wretched condition
of tbe W hart; which continued lined With
Haturday's Louisville CourtVr observes :
1 Le riyer waa falling faat yeaterday, with aix feet
two im he water in Ilia (Jaual, by t ie mark In the
evening. Fince our leat reoort It had receled aix
il.chea at the head of the a' .ilia and aonia ii;liteca
ii'i-heaat Portland. The weather, Friiiof awaniag,
turned very cold alter the eiiow-alurtu, and b.itur
Uiiy waa the coulfat day of Ihe aeaaou. It waa fully
a cold a any dy laat winter, Ihe therm vnieter iu
the country failing to 4l below aero. et r.lay wuj
art ill very cold, and ice waa freely luade, b it llled
eiatid materially iu the evening.
tiu the a alla. laat eveniog, tura were acaat fonr
atid a ball feet water iu the panainr dug chute, aud
fl.enew National, Catt. At,utROinety clipper for
Bed biver, ilaM-.endod lb If alia In tine atyle,
Iba Tecum had ateawi up yeaterday arepara
t'ry to a turn back to Ciucinnatl to repair A bole
bad been kuocked in her bottom. The Ohainoiou
No. a, with a aortivu vf the freight, acatupwuioe
Mr. Wooda, clerk nf the Dove, report a the Lealia
Coinha Iu a crippled couoilion tielow Krankfort.
SI.e broke a ahalt and cylinder-head on Tburiula'.
We learn from tbe ofjj. er of ihe lant b)atfl tiat
have arrived frura 'ew Orleana that the political
exi-itx ment amoag tb pe pie of all claaea in tUat
city, Natchea, aud, other place la iuteuaa, nnd
threat of vlufenre and moh-Uw agaiuat any oft .er
ol a routherii-trade boat who bad Votod for Xiifcojla
iji Priiident wer corunion.
In lbs Mississippi, Missouri and Illinois
Rivers there is no change worthy of mention.
j4frirnl-.Hunday -Superior, I ouiaTllle: Magnollt,
Maiaville: Ueliauca, I'llUnirg; Key Wet .No. ,
Ho ; Swallow, du ; Great We.t r... New OH. en.;
Jannia UiBuruie, Mariettw; Poland, MaebvilU;
Alien Collier, Bad Miver. 1J ui) fe -graph,
Louiaville ; Porea: Onen, Mad a n: Vni
Verne, Mew Orleana: St. Clooi, Mr Orleans ;
kconoBuy, Ht. louii a'luma Duucan, do : Olendalo,
Menipkia: LibeiGi Wueeliug; iiuaaeith, nllo;.
k.Ueu, lim:k. ' '
XMiNirrurar-Sunday Superior, Lonlaellla; Key
Weat Ku. 2, l.,ineviOe aload .y l'elt.raph .,
1 ouiavllle; Mi. ol a, Mnyl'llle; r.t Qo .
liadiaoul Duuleito. Nevill Faaay SI o Bar.
nie. Marietta ; Beliona, I'.'tal ; at ,.a .. y.
Fuul u-a. Kl Cloud, do : Lad Ptka, il. ui.h
Si. plioo Decatur, Mew Otleaua; m K, SU,
liock. . ..... .
"WClothlag renovated aad repaired, M K. Third.
t- 1 '"
V aV. A. CyaTna, Olocka, Watofeas ao Jwwatrri
os. SiS aad 271 Ontml-arenne.
WPtir-lrontm Lavra.- Jnattlie thing to mq
arottad tha bonaa with, or tar at hand for night
na. Saaaa haa them No. 11 Weat Four! h-at met,
nxielte the High Htoepla Alio, beat Uoal Oil and
Lampa to be found In tbe city. noI7-b
November , tao, of Inflnmma
tl.oi i,f the brain, aamnel A., ton of At. U. and Suaaa
Broadwell, asel W year.
Kriei.de m the family are reectfrtt!y livlted to
attend. The funeral will take place from the femly
residence, Pevet te-tith Ward, Rt Frnnt-atreet,
No. 1,464, at I o clork thl- (Tiiea lay) afternoon, j
JFFFIRtlS nn Monday morning, rtnvember
T, Mra. Mary JelTeriea. wile or the late John 0.
Jofletlea, deceaeed, aud daughter of ti. Yanautdal,
Friends are Invited ti attend her fnneral from her
late realdonco, No. .w Freemtm-atreot, north f
Poplar, to-morrow (Wedneadayi Morning, 24th,
int. at o'qlook.
Wedding .and Visiting Cards, ! '
Xncraved and Printed, rVaatandfroaaeaiD La Bus
Statioueri and nvelopee.
. (Snoceaaon to H H. Hhlpley A Deo.,) .
ir. . , , -1 ; . SJ W..t ir-airto-acreet.
ayW Wo are In receipt, by American ICrpreaa, of
the lateet Broadway atyle of SOFT HAT," for
young gontlemen. Alan, all that hi new In CAPS.
TOWEKS V CO.,
nolo ' 149 Mnin-at. -
INSTHriWENTfj FOR DEFORlttmES.
Inatmmenta for Bowlegu, Club Feet, O'trvahtre of
the tipine, weak and etitf Jotnta, and nil Phvajinl
H foi untie, nimlo and HiTtiratelv nttfd at the Rid.
but ( lire Trui Office of S N. MAIISII. CORLISS
CO.. No. 3 Went Fonith-atreet, opp.ieite the Hun
B'eepio. . . po-a
a01; (Jflire will be chwed on ritlT R8PAY next,
S'"h Innt. All Taper maturing on l hut day must be
attended to previvpaly .
Cntt'TNirjiTT, Itovemnor 26. n'V7-b .
tfaa CITY CUSrs.-PEIt4NS H V
iaV lNGcnoee to think they hare not bjea
eio aierated In the lite retrain of th" tlltv CaeHiiM.
w hl I'leao report the eiime at the City Directory
Olltre, tnli-eai-t coreorof Fifth and Waluui-:a ,
iiiuy vai. aat eriaiu me in.-t.
O. 8. WILLTABIS.
f-rSaavlitvT!! DIKN'S IHE It CANT TLB
WCBTLlBHAIiY arlHOOlATIDM.-A meeting
or tlio memhera of thia Aaaoo.atl.in will bo hold fn
the Vercbanta' Exchange on 8ATUROA Y KVKN
IM. Dim mher 1, ut o'rl-cr. f.T the purpnae of
appointing a (mm1rt4of Bfcven Hemlierrt, hy bul
lot, to nominate oflWre fiir the onuuitig year, in
o. t.tormity with theproT-Bion of the Ninth Artlclo
of the ("onKtitutlon. at d for the transaoMon of snch'
other btHtneaa a may be presented By ordor of
the Beard. (noW J J McDOWKLL, Roc Bee.
SSCST real worth, WOOD'S HAIR RK8TOR4.
T1VE la nnd. nhteely tbe beet preparation now In
ne for restoring heir on bald hnada. changing gray
hair to ita oriainal color, and, a a ooametio or
cure for rumple it la fat tektng tbe pluce ol other
preparationa. No toilet now-a-daya ut ooaapleui
CAUTION. Beware of worthies Imltatlona, aa
eterel are already in the market, called by dilW
ent namea t'ae none utileaa the worda Profe-iaor
Wmi'a Hnlr Reetoratire, Depot, Ht. Louia, 111).,
and New York," are blown in the hottlo. Sold by
all dmggietaand patent roedlcjn dealer ; ale o by
ell fancy and toilet-gooda dcalora la the United
Statea and Canada. - no3-Sa,Tii,Th-bm
P1JHFUIMERY.-FOB FINE CO
LOI1MS-WATKK. elliier be the nn.rt or
eleennlly put np in bottlea, call at the Fourth-at.
x vi i uu.ei r i"kiv. . ,
' BANPKRR01.IEF EXTRACTS. '
My ttoeh of tbcw artlc1n 1 nnmnM, fnolnrllng
veiy variety 1 Luhin'i njt.Dufan.upt anrl H ntb
rs of kii c?lbrity. H .vime likewtsa aa hnn
danreofth fintt mAtr.W, I am mftnnfkcta In?
InriTA THtiety, amt sulirit n comrttriRoa of them
with t liege of my utiier manufacture. i
PALMKB'8 80AP DENTRIFIOB .--, V
1b rmnwd of soap aad other artirleg well know
fT tlietr lifUollciHl nation uiwn the tenth aud ffuoii.
Tt roiitafnn nuatt)lf (but can pnmi bfy lajnre tha
trptli, aad run. oomejiiently i used with perfect
inipuuity by pcrsuoaof bII nees.
Maoufaoturar aod Imprtnr of PerhinwrT,
tio)Q No. :)0 Wwt r..urth-Mt.v
rncurrcnt Mone Wanted at Par.
TT.T.TN'OTS IOWA. 'nrr-aOTTIlT.
"W-HCrtuBin. Vfruiitia. orth and fi ,uth
lionn, Dttn ueoriria Jlony win ne tuhn at I'Aa,
fn pxf-lijPhi'i- fir F.rci(ii ai'd Don.fst.15 l.tumir
Wrctif.ti W'h.fhy excepted), at our Broro Xm. 19
aud V oiafn itrtet.
.tf3-l MU,L3 k KL'NR.
aWST l'BlNCr; 8 mr sriKl.L OYSTKHS.
WeiTla from A A M t.i 12 P. M.
aucm W. a- HAHSH. JB,, Pr-.nnetnr.
Sewing Machines! t
3iSa,NFW PTYTjB jdst issued at
W Gall and ae tueui at NO West Pourth-at.
-- laul tCj
THE FUR STORE.
TOW f. KB A O.
Towhn A rrt.
Towns a no;
TdWKBS A ISO.
TiiWKhn t CO.
T KS A ro
THWIfrlH A CO.
TOW, 4 i o.
TOWKK8 A C.
TOW KHS A OO.
TOWKUS A rO.
TOWK1I8 A CO.
TOWKKS A CO.
low kua i. co.
W bar In a tore a vert
larsoand cboic atock of
La' Ie-' Piira, of all laih
lonahla varietie.', Includ
Irg Hle. Mink, Ht ua.
Marten. Pitch, Siberian
H.jtiirret, and a laree fari.
ety of the cheaper 'kinde.
Our atock will be kept
full and complete all
th-nnuh the aenaon, by
daily addition fr m the
het New York maaufac.
turer. All arooda war
ranted fre-h aud perfect.
Hattera and Farrier, .
, 149 Main-et.
DOCTOR AYER, j
OO -W OBSt ZTl.rtX3LMlt.,
, BBTWKCN MAIN AND WALNUT, ', !
g-rX.BPFECTi SPEEDY AND PKH.
4UANENT CURSaofUATAKItH, A8Tll
MA, THKOAT, LUNO, HKAKT AND L1TSH
COMPLA1N1H and-other CBBUNIO DUSASBU.
The " Aerian 8yetem.Df Cora" i aometbiuf en?
tlrely diff,nt from the. mod oa oanajiy employed,
and Ita ancoeaa la moat aatonlahlng.
CONSULTATION PRES. Price wlllil. th
reach of aM. Patienta whs can not take" " atron
medicine" will And Ihla new method admirably
auited to them. Prom, th yery, beginning of tb
ua of tb medicine the patient fee la thetr aalutary
Inflaenoa, aud 1 better enabled to pnran hi bual
nra. The effect la permanent. Now la the moat
favorabl aeaaoa for uainf thorn.-'' - noir-x
ZkXadame Hoi lard
11 R E AT
rlY ANT A
h 11 it 11 p n at w
CLAIRVOYANT AVD HEALING M li
, 1 1kux1 st Uti Wainut-tiroet, Ciuctnnati.
lt la hniwrl no nna will Aumnalr nf rn until
hav given Madame H.'i mdlcfne uUI. Danag
br trmvUh hM btrm tUe iDtrumont of rMtoriiif
tu health aud ior, thu)iaud who wvra vn ih
r of the gntTo, airl whuara out living tuoua
niiuof her akftl aod oiMiclua
ALL VORMH OF FPM A1 B PT FPTCTJLTf! AT
UQOM BX.1HIM ATIOM .
Pha dom not raquire harttlldR WiespUln arrnatoma,
te'llug tbalr chum and lciio a autinftictur tw to
erit tbe contltlDca uf all who hare conuU?d her,
Uedicinaa nnl to ail parta of lava country by Kx
VivaA, wbnn ordfired. oc26
' Second to Nona Enown.
TWr.PDO, BEPT.'JO, I860 -Itlli, J J.
X HLTLEK, Ag' Ut, (Tii.c'nuati-TleaM ,-ud ua
JHOdowa of four KKCICLHIOB KLCIU INKo.aud
duplicate tb lot neat Maroh. Youra truly,
( blbCA BEHUAN A 00
N. B.--H beta all I
Vay Patent T(ie for eale. , . aoaj.f :
W T- PERM AMN TS. CANAL BOtT
T J. W HVMIk.a -Nuiicu ia hereby aifen
tbat I wil offer iheCaaal-hoat J. W. Wuyiaior, her
apparel and tackle, at t.ublio auotl'iB, a a he now
Hi In Ihe Miami Canal, near the M ihawk
bridge, ou a exeoutlou luea by F K Martin, a
Juetice of tbe Peace, whefela W. T. B.irineuu ia
tlallitilfalidtb Canal-boat J. W. Wey mier ia ue
eedaut, taken wnder the Wator craft Law. Bald
aale ia to tak place en tb lib day of December,
lixal, at 10 0 do. k A. M. Tornta of aale eeh. LvLed
Noyeiubar J, leod. OlLLAUJaiLCoiuUbl,
laeJf-i! . ,
IV JEW 0O0S.
MONDAY MOIlNINGr, NOTBItinEK 90,
a FrLENMD libs or ; N-
NEW DRESS GOODS,
Purchaeed laat week In New Turk, at panic ariose.
We offer great bargalna In
NSW AND FLKOANT PRESS SILKS)
.FA BH VRLOr.BH, 31 Sent and npward;
( SMALL FIQTJRED ALL-WOOL JDBLA1NKS;
PLAIN FHRNOn MKR1NOKS;
FH1UBKD FI1KNOH MBBINOESi
DROOL" IT POPLINS i
PAE1H BKPPTS; ' ' ' 1
BLACK SILKS, An., Ac.
A FULL LINK OF
FANCY GOODS FOR CHRISTMAS PRTSFNTS,
E1E6ANT BRIDAL AND PARTY FANS.
B0J7- 118 WEST TOUBTH ST.
FOR IDE NEW IE IB.
Uaanfaotured hj ouraelvea, of
THE. iBEST PAPER,
a tin id
TUB MOST SUBSTANTIAL BIKDINO,
Well aeaeoned, and ready for aa.
BOOKS MADE TO ORDER,
Should be ordered early, that they may be well
aeaaoned heioro lining.
KTBA BCAYT PATEB USED.
APPLE GATS & CO.,
AND BLANK-BOOK MANUFAOTURl8
nr27 43 Hatn-tt , below Secnnn.
W. 1IJ0LL0RB 1IJ0,
NO. 5 WEST THIBD-8r.,
Money deposited for two, tonr aad tlx mantha
will receive Internet at four, five and aix pqr cent.
"THE HEART OF THE AXDES,"
WILL BB EXHIBITED IN
IS A IW DATS.,' '' ,
noir-b ... - JOHN BfeCLPRB.'
Queen City Insurance Company.
Ornox No. 84 Maaonio Temple, Third-at.,
I CINCINNATI, OHIO.
FIBE AND MABINJC OAPITAL, 100,00.
DIKaJllTORB- ; ; i
Wm.Mcr'ammon,Dr. J. L.Vattier.IT. Olearwatar.
wm A.8tewart, Geo. M Dixon, Wllinm K. Dodilf.
h. M Uleld, DauiolMcLarea.H P Kline, '
Itlch'ld Aehcran.D. A Powell, T. li'HiMninedlea.
Ann a ( onklln, P. L. Weed, Leonard swarix
"Thia Company i prepared to transact Pie
nd Harf ne Inaiirrtiioe on fnvurable teruu, Lcaaoa
otjailably adjtuted a d promptly paid.'
. , . t, WM. MuOAMiluN, Pretidant.
JAtfp.8 A. Drvou. Secretary.
Uikam Puqii, Huryeyor. ' ' ' "' ' nnjr-0
' ' imphoVkmknt in
Crate?, Wood Fires and Stores!
IT PRODUCES A COMPORTABI,K
economical aud perfect beat, at half tbe ooat
of any other open flro. - .
Uead tbe article in tbe Souther Medical aud
rnrgkal Journal, of the lal iunt'.nt, on the erll ef
fecte ofch etoTea, ho. air and ftteam, and yon
will not biaitato to procure a whejeaonu heat for
rurally and eelf at any rgiwonaulo coat. You oao.
aocme it by otderiuj '. r,t , .i'
. DODGK'8 PATENT, i ti '
Which can be varehaaed at a tiifllna; ntpen. Or-
dera leftat'he KAGLE H POVK-.-Toaal, 17 Weat
l'litb-at., will receive prompt attention.
'? JOHN B. RTAN & CO., 1
gpo2J-c Proprietor of Dodg' Patent.
THE QUAKER ,
COAL COOKING STOVE,
".A NBJW'PATTEriN, : 1
f f AS A LARGE OVEN, LARGE FI.TJB3,
excellent dianght, I hearr and durable,
plain aa4 neat In daaign, and la altogetUer tb
Best Coal Cooking Stove
Vet Ofl'ored to the Publio.
Ob caa b eoen lo eparatten daily at j W. MEB.
BILL'S Central Store ttcora, 30V Waat Plflh al.,
corner of Bom.
Bread will bt baked at II o'clock In th morning,'
and between 8 and 4 o'clock la tbe afternoon, Call
and aee how It work. - ' -
J. P. MERRILL, '
209 Fifth-ist.; corner of Iloinel
. . . ' t (no2l-xV
Keep your Feet Dryl
TO DO THIS YOU MUST
GO TO J. II. DETERS'8,
.NO. 83 WEST FOVRTH-ST..
AND CBT A PAIR OF niS WATER.
PbOUP BUU'ls. Uod i let ibe foar f exori
bitant pricea deler yon, aa he has marked hie price
down ao that they can not fail to auil tb eVweet
' : i
PITTSBTTFO AND WIIFEI.ING llANet
. MJTfb TAK8N AT PAB UK COAL, Ao.
We will rtcelve Melea on the ahv Him. at
Lata all article in our Hue, at lowe.1 pricea. '
. C AK FIELD & BERTRAM, ',
..... . DKALKK8 IN ..
Coal and Coke, Fire-brick and Clay.
Office and Yard, 1ST Eaat Front-at., aouth aide,
between Butle'r-at. and Miami Canal.
"erConatantlyon handaaupply of Yomthlogheny,
Peacb Onbai-d, 4'anuel ami Hartford City Coal:
City Manufactured and McBaaepurt (Joke;. I ire
brick aiid clay. , noCT-x
guarler host:. M. it. Ual.iua; 'MA) wboica, Lalvua
and quarter boxee Layer Kal.iua; 76 ball brla. aud
keg. f roaea: 10 boxea Citroua; 200 whole aod quar
ter drama K ik; 10 brla. Curraula Iu aloro and lor
aale A A 11 OH A. COLTaK, U19 aud 3'Al Mala
trH. . n..J7
rpKAH.-'JOI IU!,f OIIKHTH YllUxU
Jl.uuf luiperiai aad GuiiiKiailur Tea, of late
Importation In atore and fur aale. AAB034 A.
COFFBE8.-1O0 1BAU9 PUIIB Ufa
loltcej to bene Km Cffee: lial p.ckanna
Did Uovernment ava A AB4IM A. C'lt. ft H, n.Z?
(round Powder I aod Oraoulat.id Huxr ;J.
8 Lvilii Co 1; librla. AI Wbiteduor U S.
X?iXiti.:."J '""'reaiidforaal. AAtt'i.S A.
COi-TKB 3l9and3itel.li.-at. u.i'ir
laYWTIiUH POrl TtUNrilUlVINII
kalra .large, fat aud fi call, at lfk.wliCfcO.N'8,
t rner of ninth and Vine. n.. ,
FOKRION rnrJITt.-TAI.BNrl A HAI
blhei. La.ur bai.iaa, Borduaon P'lia tier,
man Pruiiea, new CiirrauU, n. w Ciiixia. elo .al
1 . ; : ;
W NO. 11. 'W
The nndaralgtied will b la receipt, per th
Of an Inexhaustible rapply of 1
Maltby's Celebrated and Un
TUT UP EBPECIAt.LT
Choicest Oysters ! "
Excellent Flavor ! ,
1 ' 1 u i 1' il
Superior Quality !
' AND OF EXTRA SIZE I
Will be warranted a fresh and sweet as when taken
t.'om tbeir briny beda.
The Ne Pins Ultra of Oysters.
BRANDED "C. 8. M.,
Will be trrprlslnglr la're?and of th moat dolii.
Order left at th old-eatabllehed Depot,
NO. 11 WliST FIFTH-STREET,
At any tima before or on Thankagiring Bay, will
eecore erery on a mil supply or
THE FINEST. BIVALVES
Brer brought to th Queen City.
Order solicited and promptly ftlled. Don't fall
lear your order in time. 1 , . -
a 11 WE8T FIFTH-8X
700 piece All-wool Delaine, at tea than half th
j Btual price; . i
!u0 pieces German Plaids '
Yard-wide Preach Print at TJSo.j
Amerlcaa Dalainos at l!lf toaOc.i, ,
Plain French Merino at 50, 61 and' TSo.J '
Check Bilk at 81Xc. and upward, Ac.
JOHN SHUalalTO & CO., -
lOl, 103 and l6f5 W,fJ'ourth..t.
West & yilson'r3
SOVBLB LOCKeJITITOn '
family EEWiNfil Machines j
NO. 0 WEST FOURTH-ST., ' '
Between yir and, Walnut-stsu at. WUwelJ'j. Pic
1 . , . tnre-ttor.
VB ASK TUB PUBLIC TO CAI.I, AND
v ...exaujuie tbeb Macbiuea aud aae them per
form: We warraattbem to gir. entire atlractlon :
not, the money will be relunded ; ao tlier ia uo
riak fo run in buying tbem. Tbey work with a
straight needl, aud will atitcb as well oa thick as
Call and get a circular and sample of th work at
90 Wet Vourtb-at., Cincinnati, Ohio. .
noS BT. R. H I BOLT cfc FISIIFlt. "
k -.if v Thermometers -; c
'i'tierinoaietera, " Ueeew.
Theriuonielers, M Mbog
1UCI IUUUIO IAT IM t UlUU KjHOV, j i
Thfermoiuetvrs. M PiHtillan.':' Y (j i -t
Uei-DiiDittnit Huifar Ut-fiDerij ' x
rado miprlitMt at cr1 pricM, . r- f
KbWARD 6CANL.AN A CO., Drucriflstii,
dNortlk-Muit ouroer Fourth aud Muloireeti,
Pure Eermlida Arrowroot, &o.
BLK0TED BY TAYLOB BBOS., LONDON.
fKTJHB " BPttMf'IK ARROWROOT,
Luiillh l'ali.ut llroat: - '
x.uall.b Fateut BaiVey, v .- - ?
Troo Pearl Hafro; '- -Xatra
) ' Hnper. London ftlUHtJrif.' Juatreoelyad.
- ZDWAKA 80AN LAN A 00.,"Hni,i.u.,
horth-aaatooruer Ponrtb aad Uaiu-etreeta.
t noai-c) .
pnll.LIPS'S COUGH SYRtJ
Ayor'a Cheiry PecJ .iu4j ...
Jayne'a Expnct4riii,t: 1
VVl.ter'a Baluaa Wild Gharry;'
ItoKera'a Liveierort and Tar:
Mr.. Ourduer'a Balsam of Liverwort:
Iaw A Jku'a Pulmonary B.lneia;
liootlaad a BalMuiic Cordial
. ' lr. W'arruu'. Coub Bl.xlure;
- New kagland Cou.;h yruu: '
PelleN' Coiwh Hrrup, Ac , Ao. For aale by
IIHHKB BCANLAN CO.. Priiglta,
- Murth-aat ooruer Pourth aud gtain-atroet.
' Bazln'a Poncine Soap.
- V ' ' v
Rv'. W)Nrila SOAP. KSPEn
AlLY aAati tor cloauatug, wblteaiug and
aoltening lb baud, it auimraeile, with great ail
vantage,! all .aiotai aaoilo. ol friction, em-h aa hai4
or soft Br m. hoe, Uair Utoyea, Ao. Juat twow
KbWAKD MCANLAN A CO. .Prugglsta,
. Jivth-t coruer Pouath au4 u e.1. :
f AliMTltY, IMOHOOIrl dc H." 1
- ..." -' '. u . a u wi.u,, ,. . I. ,1 un
Tf!11 r"r Cincinnati Tuwiikhio, JlauiaWa, Caauiy,
t'blo tin lb aid day or Nov.uium, I-, aaid
Juattc. iaaui-d an uider of atlacliuuui.t iu tli. abi.ve
action lor $; loo. 8. id cw t ouuImiimiI Iu lib
Jaiiuaif, '1. ai f o'cloc k A hi.
. ?.T!,''B,t!! '-''i11'8' AU'lfclPUIugiTa.
TAYLOR & ANTHON Y,
lilai Ii1Ul.ll.li.1UU JllliillOa
, CINCINHATI, OHIO,
La. a Pollcie In th following tellabl eompsnlng
- NKW YORK COItlFAfflES."'
LORlLLAItD PIH INSTJRANOS 00.
DB CO. I
WAsrnxQToN pibk ivsnaANo
. aooDHrj pibb rrisuRAWoB co.
LAM AE FI KK ISStlRANOlt CO.
lisi IdHUBASCS CO.J
BKSOLCTK PIRH IS30R-H0 00,,
jr.TS FIRS INSURANCE 00.)
BTASD1N0 riKB IN8UKANCB 0O.
ItittjCMXITT FIB! I.NSCBASCal 0O.
'ATLAS TIC PIRI 1N80RAH0B OO. I
Manhattan Life Insurance Co.
..' ;. PROriDENCB IOMPA.NIKS.
PBOYIDENUB WASniNGTOM INS. 00
BOOEB WILLIAMS IN8UMUMUB OO.t
HOP! ISBCHANCK CO.
NKW IIAYBN. -
HOME IN8UBAN0I COMPAHY.
" Tin, Marin and Lift Polldea Imnod on tb
Moat farnrabl terma. ..... . n-u
UNION BIAKUFACTOaiNS CO.
. . Bucceaaors to the
Sloat Sewing-machine Co..
Of Philadelphia, I'eKn.i and the
LESTER MANUFACTUMINQ COMPANT.
' Of Bichnund V. -rxisctfAt.
wrarmti sAiya-aooa :,
J9o 03 Wet Founh-wt.,
1VBERE1IIE lUFFETftBNT SI'YliBa
tt of the Celebrated Sliiptio. Look-atitch
FAMILY SEWING -llACHINES,
And th well-known Manuracturtng Rhuttl Ma
' clilnoa of lite
Sloat and Lester Companies,
'Will hakept on Kxhlbltlon and 8.ile, .
. Alao, Noeille. Hemiuera, and Parte for" botk
mukecT Mnohinc... . . ' '?
Airm.ta want, il, to whoaa a liberal discount wrtt
be allowed. Addrea
UNION MANUFACTURING CO.,
no?l tf 63 Weat Ponrth t:, Clnclnnitl, ,
Barwiso Sc liint,
- r, f
TAI10E3 AND CLOTniEBS. .
Do, 171 Jlaln-atroet (between Fonrth and Firth),
CINCINNATI, OHIO.' ' "
WE BATE RBMOVBD FROlf ODK
ollt atore, Ko. I5K Mln-atrin)t, to No. 171
Alain, new ston-front buildiux, bewaiy oppoait
Ve ahull ountinn to koe a ouauL aaaorx
or th Latwt Btyle. ... ..
ALIO Cloths, Cariimerea.l.Yeatln! aaef Onr.
Coating., to mak to order i ia
Gentlemen Farnlsili. Omhls..
fnois-rtdpl ' ; '.i'1 -1
LIFE INSUBANCE CO TIP A NT.
... Or ' -
NKWA1IK, N. J.
CINCINNATI AGENCY KSTABLISUZ9 IS l.
xfct'nccumnlatlon of aasets 1st June.
Total claim, by death, paid to let uf
June, law.., 3,26:3033
Total claim by death in Cincinnati.
Annual Dlrfdend declared 1st January, (HBO,
Icirry-aa-trs' 3Tr Oexxt.
THIS CWNSPRVATIVB OOIrfPArl'V
cunfluea Ita buriinea exclunlrel. ta. healih.
An who t
take Pellole. nrTlon. In 1,1 i,r.lann.M
1861. will receive tbe Animal DirlrimJ nne
onuer than if their application at withheld uutat
alter that date.
Information, pamphlet, nnd tabln freely .rtppllei
without charg, and applicaikiu st.liciterl by th
- . john w. ha RTWEl.li Aewnt..
J - ,11. A. ULASdtOHI, Loral Secretary.
. No. 4 Po ll i Laodin.
T. J. F Wme. MmIIauI Kn.iur. ..
Weat Pourth-atreet. . nolt-lial
SIGNS OF; "THE v , TIMES I
C. T. FORRI8TALL,
AT 1JP INK-STRBBT,
Corner of Burnet, up (tain, to prepared to Palnt'i
ALL KINDS OF 8T0N8, BANNERS, ' ' . j
AUD FroTORIAL WOBK aKNErJALLT.'
un snort notice ana on tne most reasonable Una.
All "Worli . i-arma'CA.
DpN'T rOROET NO. 132 YITTB.
SWS IN lARflK OK rtUL
euma on London and Dublin, purabla in all 1
the principal town wf I
ENGLAND, ' -,, f
.. l . . EOOTXAND, ; o ., ' I
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Poraal. by ; . , , a i
James F. Jleline A Co., 1
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AGAIN IN THK IPlMlIu&l
POHT DfJNDAtH; WOWTj AND M41.T.
ftFdUitb(-r Pure tiotcb WhiehlfS, aud Ku'
glith Alu And Porter. Junt rttceS-ved t puof-hwn
,AM) MA1.T Alaw. two MiiK'.hAnni nf IKiMT
BOOTi'H WiilSKT. Alo. u pnnthoo ufOI.KM
LlViT. Altu. out puuchtxH. of ti'Ionald Oioa
Ury. ftiwl M(p!noc:htD of Divw-oi, & Hiu lu iV:
The (.Isuvh birniiU of Hc.ch H b aky tie frm,tha
mukt clihriAtr-d Diatillerittai of tttjutlatad. and ar
f uarautead oknvinb aod vvtift.
Aiao. ou uana. new iupimt utnouicD anrj nfvifiita
Altw Burron-ori'Trent. aiid HitUert's famoua- Uoa-
dun Drown Htout and autj otkr choica arUcl-ta,
wliicb tti frleud are eoidlully Inviloi to najl.aaa
xaniine at niy old -atand, Kt. &!i Wiwt Tbi-tUa
pttiwMP namuiina w inn, louin tide. Dutp-i
. . '!.-' .'.if;'
For a good Machlna, makiug the Oroyer it Ba-
, ker etitch, oaJy.. ....,..,.f)'20
Por a good fifty-dollar Sbuttla-masulue, only .33
Cor an KigUvp-dollar Groysr A llaker tla-'
chiao,' oul. .... ....... .f4
For float Klliptlc Machine, only.. It
Apply at PSION MASCPArrtuBINO OOMPA.
NY'S BA-I.KHItO )M, 6.'t W-t rurlir-.t nott-f
IJtOal THB BKHT AND CIltSAPFST S4S
a. t ix.ujtee. go o n -v r r. w a . a I'll I N
-4 Fouith at., weet of Walnut. A pleudii) un
aueutolaew atyieajusi out.u
: COAL AND CARBON OILS.
20 J?",1?.1 ov rvw.it iixnRi7o
wt Cial till ju.t reu. ittil ani r .ale t uan.it
(aclurvr pa'ocs, ahoi-a .1, wed reail
noZl-f Mo. gJ Konnh at , wt it Walnut.
AT.ARMK ASSWHTMENT. JPHT
rouJ, will th.. nival upiTnyed Bui iiora, blub
ja khei at ia att talc. wl,.,ieai a' d retail
, a aiAlxAJt A VUN 1'liUL,
oa-' Wett ) uuitU-a.