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THE PBESS.
AMI W. JBAHCUOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL.
BSITOM WBIET01I.
RETURNS.
- kept our form open to a late
morning -with the hop of giving the com
Vi returns frotri city find county, but wo
lTd that youw doifta:,.to ? un;
tuutu wt . lv.VnN.S concluded t
MMonable hour, tad, he". .. givas
go to press at the twual ttme, 0m ,
the results up to three o'clock, anu
'row we will have the entire vote cow
and la a reliable form. j
Result of the Election.
It is supposed that the Republicans wil
hare a majority of twenty members of the
General ' Assembly, - outside of. Hamilton
t County. The Democrats have no dooU oarf
ried their whole tickotln this county. ;
Correspondence Tickets.
i
W learn that where atreo' railroads ere
worked in European cities amtojetoents sre
perfected among the managers o
aawreai
miIh. so that a Miseneer stenoine oa
hoard
Ihs ears of one route may, oa the payment ot
hat mm far, reoelve a ticket on leaving the
ant ear, whloh another one will enable him or
her to reaoh a remote point of another roa'
If such an arrangement existed here, a person
at Pendleton or upper portion of Fulton, would
pay five cents on the car that brought him or
her to Fifth-street Morket-spaoe, and obtain a
ticket that would continue his trip on the
Brighton route without further payment The
companies agreeing, would exohange these cor
respondence tickets and settle monthly. Ibis
of eourie, would apply to any two routes. The
city would have to make somo abatement of
the portion now allotted to her for eaoh pas
senger, sharing pro rata with the two roads.
Our Southern Connections.
Bt. Louis is working vigorously for direct
railroad connection with the South, by the
Iron Mountain Railroad and Memphis, Tenn.
Cincinnati is interested in a through lino
of railroads to Charleston, S. C. Charleston,
if she ever expects to be an importing oity,
must reach out an iron arm to Cincinnati.
The Kentucky Central Railroad hence to
Lexington, Ky., is the first portion of the
great Southern chain, a few links of which
are yet to he made Now, that this Kentucky
road is assuming a now relation, the business
men of Cincinnati should renew thoir efforts
to perfect a Charleston road. St. Louis is
earnestly at work. What will Cincinnati do?
The Moon Hoax.
That literary luminary, Bicmno Adams
Locks, perpetrated the wonderful moon hoax,
which gave the New York Sun, in 1835, suoh
a refutation. This traot whioh essays to nar
rate details of a discovery that the moon has
a vast population of human beings, has been
published in a pamphlet of over sixty pagee,
Illustrated with a view of the moon as seen by
Lord Rossn'8 Telesoope. Wim.um Gowanb,
Publisher, New York; Robust Clahkk & Co.,
Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
South-Eastern Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal Church.
This Conference, recently adjourned, ehoso
the following delegation to the General Con
ference, which meets in Buffalo, New York,
in May, 1860, viz: E. G. Wood, P. C. Holiday,
J. W. Locke and J. W. Barth, and W.
Torrell and T. II. Lynch, as reserve dele
gates. Appoinimonts Thos. Bowman, Presi
dent of Indiana University; W. Terrell, Bible
Agent, and Samuel R. Adams, President
Moore's Hill College. Indianapolis District,
P. C. Holliday, Presiding Elder; E. I. Lon
succeeds F. A. Hester in the pastorate
Aibury Chapel, Indianapoiis; Joseph Cot
ton, a former pastor in charge, goes to Fran's:
lin; F. A. Hester goes to Lawrenceburg; J.
BroussJ is taken from the South port circutartd
goes to Columbus; and P. Milloris feturned
the Ohio stroot German charge in Indianapolis;
Shelbyvllle, Wo. Montgomery. Connersvllle
District J. W. Locke, Presiding Elder; Co b
nersville, J. 6. Chafoe; Brookville, J. W. Mill
Under; Lanrol, Jacob Whiteman. Lawrence
burg Pistriot T. II. Lynch, Presiding Eld.tr;
La-wrencoburg, F.A. Hester; Aurora, S. Tin
ther; Moore's HiU, E. Q. Wood.
Whim is thi Bknicu Boy. Morrissey was
not a second at the Kelly and Price prize light.
His name has been confussd with that
James Massey in this connection. We nndev
stand that Morriisey recently offered to bet
$10,000 on his musole for another enoounter
with anybody that might be named. The
money was exhibited as pTOof of "plnok." The
friends of Mr. M. state, however, that he
would not right, unless in a moment of exoit e
nient he happened to pledge himself to do so,
o that he could not be honorably released.-.-
Troy Times, Oct. 7.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
WASHINGTON, October 11.
The business of the United States Court
ClaimB is suspended, owing to the absence
Judge Jjormg, wno is detained at nome
Recount of sickness. Opinions are ready
be delivered in all unfinished cases Hereto
furs ararued. Derhaos fiftv of them.
The Government is satisfied that the yacht
Wander r is tne only vessel wnich Has landed
Africans on our coast, but with a view
prevent any further violation, the most strin
gent efforts have been and will continue
be made.
The Secretary of War returned to Washington
to-day with greatly improved health.
All the member of the Cabinet are now
here.
Mr. Smith, Commissioner of the Land
Office, entered upon the duties of his office
to-day.
The President will, return to the city
. . . . .
Mr. Letcher, Governor elect of Virginia,
recovering from bis protracted Bickness.
Indiana! Election.
Madison City Higbee, (Opposition) for Re
rorder, 31S msjority i Hinds, (Opposition)
Commissioner, 305 majority.
Worth Madison Precinct Brisben, (Demo
crat) for Commissioner, has 130 majority.
Vlge County Harrison TownBhlp Allen,
(Opposition) for Auditor. 310 ; Bailey, (Oppo
sition) for Recorder, 66; McKeen, (Opposition)
lur commissioner, o'Ji. J.nis insures we elec
tion of the entire Opposition ticket in
eoantv. ..
. IndianaDolis Entire Oppofltion tioket
this eounty elected by an, average msjority
3Mto 500 maj. ' "!:" !l ' -'
Sadianapolis This city ana townsnip
Elxeb, (Republican) for Judge of the Fifth
District, filfi msjority; Ooburn,
Mm Judge, 749; Wright, for Auditor,
lardesty, for County Commissioner, 818.
on the propssltion to revise the State
It two to one.
arias County Full returns. ' Average
KpkileB majority from 420 to 0.
Ohio Election.
Zanesville Potwin (Rep. Senator) has 250
majority in city. This is a much larger ma
jority than the State ticket will have. Two
townships beard from give him 225, a large)
gain on his vote last year. -
Lancaster City and Township Ranny
majority 275; Whitman's 845; Bchlcich 27T8.
Whitman's majority is a gain over last vote.
Lorain County Six towns 787 Republican
majority.
Summit County Four towns 183 Repub
lican majority, fi '.;
8andit8ky County Two towns 110 Repub
lican majority.
Lake County Three towns 770 Republican
majority.
Sandusky City Democratic majority 145;
a Democratic gain of 30.
Circloville City Democrats Representa
tives 10 majority. -
waaison County, west .Jeuersou reciuui
n"ni80n31 majority; Kirk 37; Taylor 37;
RusseiV V' StoD9 9hol,on 35' GreKor7
tM nve TVm whips-Republican
townships to hear from.
Pennsylvania Elections Yesterday.
Vhilidblfhu Eleotion in this
off quietly to day. It is said that aanstake was
made in tie tiokets of the peoples party; bokets
folded for one part of the oity were sent to
another district and vie vena, and a large
number of them was voted before be mistake
was discovered. The Representative and Sen
atorial tickets thus polled out of their prop
n.trlnta will be lost. . .
- ....... tk TiAnVa Elate ticket has
'irityinthis city. Vote lighter than
for many y.. ' York. Cochin's (Opp.) ma
Yobk (Joi'St. .l "T ,! of 80 for
jorityln thisboroufc u L , theDem-
toe People's ticaei over. .. ,507.
ocrotio majority in the cotn..1 . ; wCoch-
MOKTFOMKBV COBSIV ConB.-OOtfO". . ftn(j
anandKein(Opp.) for Auditor i.'ener.
Surveyor General have 82 majonty in tur
borough, a loss of 105 as oompared with Con
gressional vote.
BlaibCouktt Alloona Hall, People's oav
didate for Senator gains largoly as far as heard
from, over Dlair's vote for Congress, when the
latter oarrted the county by over 1,200 majority.
Ccmekei.and Co., Mochaniesburg Cochran's
majority 58 ; and Rein's 57 ; Irwin's 108.
Dacphih Co., Harrlaburg District. Coch
ran's majority 10b. Whole People's tioket
elected in this county.
Ebie City Laird (A. L. Dem.) for assembly
221 majority. Cochran (Pep.) for Auditor
Ueneral, 35 majority. Kein (Rep.) for Sur
reyor (Joneral, 0 msjority. Voto light.
Westmoreland County. Greensburg Bor
ough, Latrobe, and three townships give the
Democratic State Ticket 164 majority.
Philadelphia. The returns from the va
rious City Wards render it evident that the Op
sition Ticket has received a large majority.
Mann, for District Attorney, is eleoted by
3,500 majority, and the State Ticket by about
2,500. Smith and Connoll are both elected to
the Senate ibo Representatives are prooaoiy
unchanged. The Republicans give one Sen
ator. The Opposition porty are parading the
streets with musio, banners, 0. Snyder
County gives Opposition majority of 500. Mon
tour County, Demooritio majority 350.
Lahcabtkr Coi'STT. Opposition majority
on State Ticket 3,000.
Montgomery. County. Vote light, Demo-
cratso majority 1,200.
Mimis County. Vote closes Demooratto
majority 50.
Pittsburg. Eloctlon passed quietly. Voto
small about two-thirds the average. Thirty
Districts heard from indioate election of Re
publican State Tioket by about 3,000. Re
publican Candidates on County ticket also
eleoted by smaller majorities.
WAYNa County. Democratic majonty ouw.
Cabbon Cockty. Small Democratic major
ity. Democratic gain.
Noethaupton County. Democratic major
ity about 1,300. Democratic gnin 500.
New York Financial Matters.
NEW YORK, October 11.
of
g,
of
B.
to
f
of
of
on
to
to
Tho Stock market this morning took a vig
orous forward turn. The dealings are assum
ing s more animated appearance, and tho dis
position to speculate from the rise is becoming
more general. The better feeling whioh began
to manifest itself on the results of the Bank
Statement boing made known yesterday, Is
increased to-day by the more encouraging ac
counts from the We3t. Transactions in New
York Central were not so large as lias boon the
case In recent periods of activity.
The Western stocks, after tho low prices
lately established, attract much attention. Cen
tral olosed at which Is a further advRnse
on the transactions quoted in the printed list,
tiaiena was the strongest of Western, touching
73, a rise of 2 per cent, over yesterday'd
prices. Illinois Central firm and in demand at
08, with little oush stock offering. Rhode
Island olosed at 64, whioh is 1 per cent, bet
tor. Reading and Michigan Central wero oaoh
per cent better. State Stocks buoyant, es
pecially Tonn. Sixes, which rose 1 yt per cent,
from yesterday. Missouri bettor. In Rail
road bonds there was little ebango. Illinois
Central Construction sold at 84.
The last London quotations of these bonds
showed an improvement of 4 per cent. Tho
money markot has a very settled appearance,
bat not further abatoment takes place in the
rates of interest, as the banks are obliged to
loan after the wants of the West. Very prime
paper, running into Januory and February, is
obtainable at 7 per cent, Choico short bills in
demand at C'i; call rates are 8, 'A7, with
less doing at the outside figures as indicated
yesterday. A large business has been done in
foreign Exchanges, and the downward tendency
of the rato on London is arrested. The Aia
from this port to-morrow will take no speuio.
The three steamers up for Saturday, the Ful
ton, Citif of Manchetter and Tcutonin, will tako
about $1,000,000; hould the California bars
arrive in season, probably $1,260,000.
Thero is a lively time at the Erie elootion
to-day. Three tioketj are in the fluid. The
result is not yet known.
Mess. Sewell, Ferris Si Co., of this city bavo
suspended, occasioned by too liboral advances
to Western banks.
The breadstutTs markot is buoyant and prices
much higher. The sorious break in the canal
at a time when supplies are hurrlod forward,
has its influence. Sales is very firm with an
advancing tendency.
From New York.
NEW YORK, October 11.
to
morrow. is
for
with the sloop llolhrook at Hurl gate, yesterday
afternoon, and was forced on Flood Rook, has
floated off. She has been taken to Green Point
for repairs.
lleonan, the Ilenecia Boy, publishes the fol
lowing card :
Krw Yobk, Ootober 10, 1SS9.
I have been informed through the medium
of the publio Press, and from those who were
present and heard him, that Mr. Morrisey
stated a few days sinco, that he would fight
any man in the world, and me in particular,
for $10,000. If this be indeed Mr. Morrisey'a
wish, 1 shall be most happy to accommodate
him, either before or alter my eonteat with
Saycrs for tho championship of England.
will put up a forfeit to fight him for $10,000 at
the time and place that inav be mutually
agreed upon according to the rules of the Prize
JOHN C. HEENAN.
of
of
gives
Ju
dicial The scull race for the champion's belt and
a purse of $100, came off this afternoon, and
wm wnii bv Joshua Ward, of Kewburijh.
The distance was five miles, and Ward's
time was 30m. 10s.
Naval.
NEW YORK, October 11.
Con
futation Tie U. S. stoaui revenue cutter Harriet Lant,
Captain France, soilod at noon to-day in searon
of the steamer Qiwker City, provided with the
fltemsr; means 01 rsusi.
From New Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS, October 11.
Gen. Twiggs has asked to be relieved from
the command of the Military Department of
Texas: The Austin Gautt says that the Ca
manchei, at 4 other tribes are planning a grand
expedition against the northern frontier ' of
Texas. It is reported that Collector Hatch
has discovered a secret reoeptaole in the hold
of the steamer Philadelphia containing boxes
of moskots, supposed to have been shipped at
New York.
River News.
LOUISVILLE, October 11—P. M.
Inches in the canal.
PITTSBURG, October 11—P. M.
River two feet two inehes at the Glass
house and falling. ; Weather clear.
PITTSBURG, October 11—M.
River two feet two inohes at Glass-house and
falling. Weather clear and pleasant.
Charter Election.
NEWARK, N. J., October 11.
The Charter election was held hero to-day.
There was some skirmishing in the outer
wards, and in the sixth, about dark, a fight
occurred at the polls, and the lights put out,
during which the polls were closed for half
an hour. The vote was the largest ever
polled at a Charter election.
Base Ball Match.
WORCESTER, Mass., October 11.
two champion clubs of Massachusetts, com
menced here to-day. When the play was
stopped, the Excelsiors, of Upton, stood 07,
and the Union, of Medway, 33.
Yellow Fever.
AUGUSTA, October 11.
The Charleston fourierU special New Or
leans despatch states that the fever is increas
ing at Houston, Texas, and there were nine
cases in the hospitals at New Orleans during
the last week. There was no fever at Galves
ton. , .
Additional Mexican News.
NEW ORLEANS, October 11.
Tl a 1 "s' advices from Moxico state that
Miramonwa!, PreParin r vigorous cam
nnTthOfc1" the port of Alvarado.
KMSJta. .ved Editions of war
from New York and c;W"oraia. . ,
The mining news from Califc.rnia is more
favorable. The Americana VJ ' preparing
for the permanent occupation Oi A ,aa Juan
- '
State Democratic Convention.
CONCORD, N. H., October 11.
The State Democratic Convontion, which
..u. .1 :or( Ao V Cnla.af forth-
fiold, for Governor. The Convention die u
net unon the appointment of delegate. 10
Charleston.
Episcopal Convention.
RICHMOND, VA., October 11.
The house of Clorical and Lay Deputies'
was occupied to-day by a lengthy debate on
the proposed amendment to article three or
the constitution as given in yesterday's re-
Sort. Finally the whole subject was tabled.
0 other business of importance was trans
acted. '
Fire at Boston.
BOSTON, October 11.
The mahogany depot of Wm. Carver, In
r .iMA.0aat tvcid (loatrnverl bv fire this
morning, together with a large quantity of
mahogany and rosewood, ine loss, wuiou u
estimated at $10,000, is fully covered by insurance.
Movements of the President.
Movements of the President. LANCASTER, October 11.
The President left for Washington
evening.
Georgia Election.
AUGUSTA, October 11.
Brown's oflicial majority for Governor of
this State is 2U,oo 0.
MARRIED.
-On ITrtJay eveninir.
Oc-
tol.iir 7, in Nw i'urk City, lit tho rusidunce of the
i...i,..aV...(.n .-.iiiiir 4a thn (iniwr of the society
of friends, Chnrlcs S. Hunker, of Brooklyn, to Ana
dauKlitit of Abraham B. Colemun, of tin.
clnnnti.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A 6AFB, KASY AND SfFKCTUAL CURB, 1VB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, !.
ear Twenty-five cents por bottle.TM
'OICO. M. DIXON, Dritftgist,
auW-rm Cornor of Fif ih and Uain-streeu.
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ECIAL NOTICES.
0Sf3I. O. C. T. THE MEMBERS
PSS? of Woshington Section, No. 1, or ie
iucil to nttrnda riKiilnr meeting of the Wection
'I'UIH (WwWdav) EVEMNO, Oct. 12. at Ktank
llu Uiill, Vluo-stcuet, betwton Kiftli and Sixth. By
orrtor,
E. B. K IBM AN, W. 0.
Wn.i,
O. Hrnnov, It. H.
MERCHANTS VISITISG THE
e!iv;iri invited to call and examine one
hUkIi of Chiiiii, Glaus and Queengwara, a we aro
tontidout tliat we cn offer them goods uc!'
prit-en can not foil to give Butidfaction. New k ora
bud llliilndeliililn bill copied, adding the lowOSt
ralen of fieiht.
llMTINGTON BKOTU-EUS CO.,
1 niporters of Queenaware,
jjcll- TSo. 119 Muin-atrcet, below Fourth.
(NSPEEPA11E POR COOL
tSr WEATIIEB.-C.oal Boi-j, Fire Beta, Fire
M11u.11, Pluto WHrniori, Coul Hods, iiucknbeat Cako
Likiic.. Cliiiilne Uif'ucn. t'emlcn. Ac. are anions the
fiea4on;ible artich'H jnjf W lvpl at
wVto II 1J ATI NOTONH', 119 Mnln-itreet.
PERSONS ABOUT COM-
HENHTNO lioinokeeninu ehnuld not fall
tu will at Ill'NTl NiiTDNS', 11'J Maln-Htrit, and get
one of Ihuir lllntrruted catulojcios, which coutuinsa
Hit of every til ins wanted iu the honse-furulshiDg
liiiA. ocl'Ja
KEtV JERUSALEM CHURCH
All uho rid interested, roiidina in this
City nnd vicinity, mo reniiMted to meet in theTem
ploTIUS rWo(llifHdny) i.VENIMO at Di o'clock. A
full HttomliiiKo is dcniraldc a.i a matter of tiront Im
liortuuco will iifod council and decUion. OiW
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
The rc-valnntlon of real filiate, aa roturned
by Hie District AnnnsorB, in now open for examina
tion, at the Connty Auditor' office, to whloh atten
tion i(dim tn4. If any compluint ia to be made, the
ftnineahould be in writing, mid prnviona to tho fourth
Mon!y in October, lw, ufter w hich no complaint
win uu rtjcuivru,
ily order or the Hoard or Kutmllzalion.
IIOWAUD MATTHEWS.
sof57.lt Auditor.
(V3eSPALMERS BALM OP ROSES
in a wo Deration thnt will bo dnlv annrecla-
ted by all that iloaire to rvatoro by art the bloom of
youth, lie application ia quite easy; iti effects
iccny naiuritl, nun its uao la entirely hnrlliles.
tit
appiicu nit ii a moiaienen ciorn. rrico Zft ceiitn
foot
1AL,MERS LIQ.UID BLANC
Tift PKAKLK ia fa9t nu&oraedinBr the nae
..f I.u .a n. 4n ..l.lll(..H,n .11
tirauie properties oi ine nneai powoer, 11 potnetHet
luaioiaiiayuiK uu lnuaiuniation, ninovov utn, aun
burn iind IriTkl&H. and u lieu nronerlv SDnlied. Ita (f.
focta can not ho diatitifiuialind from thoao of Nuture'a
own beuntillor, It in implied with asoft (irjonge, nib
bing the face geotly with a piece of tout luiinel alter
It has become dry, J'ricc no oenta.
bOI,OW PALMER, A gout
Miuuifiu:hir( r nnd Importer ul J'erfumery, 1
o. U
noHf. r uiiriu-itroci.
ocs
PALMER'S DEPILATORY
IK2 POWDER will remove superrliion bair
without full. If uaen accorilniK to tlie directloni,
llMinffontlrelv free from all nre'mlrAlorothernoifion.
one ingriilinla, no dancer need lis apprehended from
1' iippiicaiinn. rricr.-iitcenTa. oc,
THAT UK. RO BACK'S SCAN.
D1X AVIAN Bloud Pills and Blood Furl
litr ro a punitive enra lor Uyepepeia la proved by
which can he examined nt hia office,
itiinurnni Tciiniouinm in mo uociort poaaeasion
6 Kaa
liourin-firtwt, uy any out many limn. ,
ool-am
KfOSMiDl'S MEDICAL SIS.
COVEKY iMRrknnwlortiwdbv the moat em
inviii iiirifiuiiiii?, itini uj tiiu mini vmiviui uruiDigwi
tiironHiiout the United tiUtes, to be the moat effectual
blnoil-imrhlerover known, nnd to linve relieved more
aiiOoring, rind efl':teil more purtnnnant enrea, than
any pruturut inu known to the prufebxlon, Miretnla,
Salt lilitum, JCiyalpelKt, hcald'heiid, hcaly etip,tlons
of whittaoevrr noiitro, are cured by a few bottles, and
tliaftvKrmnriffft'ii-ftri to full Ptrenerth andvlaror. Fnll
and explicit Uireoiiooalor the cure of ulcerated aore
li'Ka, ami oilier corviipt nnd runn InK nleera, 1 giren
tho pnmplilft with enrh hnttlfl,
ITor aale br J
JHSD
6 Ann . Mi ll! li. Ijlill
,,1)1X0, Prlcefl,
fl'lliH. Ci'HljTjeiN KJOud OKOUOB
HpH'ay
NEW ADVERT 'IHEMENTS.
in
ToWholesaile Buyers
vr SILNI8,
Is plain Black, ranor BtrlpM and Plalda, '
Chens, Batradere, Brooada, ., lnoladlng er
ry tarUtf of KUItaetir Bilk. . J '
; RIBBONS
In Bonnet nd Trimming widths, In large as
sortment, In eluding very desirable high olors
In plain, sti lpd, plaid and trocb.
VELTETS,
lit color and for Millinery, and Black for
Cloak.
TRIMMINGS, '
la large assortment, Including the celebrated
Steamboat Velvet Ribbon, Imported ezoltuire
ly for our sale ; Oaloona, Pompadour, Pom pi.
Dtte, Velvet Head Fringe, plain Fringed
Goflard Bibbcns, Oroohet Triages, and every
thing new in the market.
BONNETS,
In Silk, Satin, Velvet and Straw, many ef
them of our own superior mannhtture, and In
full assortment.
FLOWERS,
A complete atock.
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FEATHERS,
Sou elegant goods.
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EMBROIDERIES,
Collars, Sleeve, set Infant' Bobea, Waists,
Bands, Flouncing, Bdgings and Inserting.
WHITE GOODS.
Jaeeonets, Bwlu and Uull Hosllns, India and
Bishop's Lawn, Brilliants, India Twill, Hair
cord and 8atiu Check, ft.
SHAWL8,
The largest asaortnunt, comprising near on
hundred style, including all the fltvftrltedo.
mestlu makes, and many beautiful fbrefgn de
sign. CLOAKS,
Of our own manufacture, embracing com
sixty style, from the lowest grades to elegant
goods. Buyers can rely on getting newer
tyles at LOWEB PEIOK8 than elnwher.
Our Whole Stock
I now verycomplete, and presents attraction
to buyer not surpassed by Boosts East or
Weit.
KSr We are disposed to ollfer tntr
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IN
H
in
erdlnary Indncement to cash barer.
.P.DfiV0U&ROCKWO0D,
83 and 85 Pearl-street,
SOl'TH
. ool2c
61DS, DE1WEES
VINB AND 1IAOH
CINCINNATI.
Four-Dollar Sresi Hats,
VEltY FIKB.
Zouave Soft Hats,
DECIDEDLY FEESH.
Misses' Flats and Siding Hats,v
IlIOH AND ELEGANT.
Children' Fancy Hats and Caps,
A HABK VARIETY.
DODD'S HAT STORE,
ocl2d 1'14 MAIft-STRBET.
HOSIERY STORE.
N. W. corner Fifth and Vine-sts.
Gents' Merino Undershirts, 75c. eacli.
Gents' Merino Undershirts, T5c. each.
Gents' Merino Undershirts, TSc. each.
Ladles' Merino Undervests, TSc. each.
Ladles' Merino Undervests, ISe. each.
Ladies' Merino Undervests, 15c. each.
Girls' and Boys' Undervests, all sizes.
Girls' and Boys' Undervests, all sizes.
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Boys' and Girls' Drawers, every size.
Boys' and Girls' Drawers, every size
Ladles' All-wool Ribbed Hose, 45c. :
Ladles' All-wool Ribbed Hose, 45c.
Ladles' All-wool Ribbed Hose, 45c.
' Beautiful iland-Vnlt Hoods. , ,
Beautiful Hand-knit Hoods.
Beautiful Hand-knit Hoods.
LEAV1TT & BEVIS,
LEAViTT & BEVIS
N. W. corner Fifth and Vino. '
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APPLES.
KA BARRELS OF CH01CH QUALITY
ooia rtlfalnut-strtti,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DELMD
2i
ClIYLER,
. Harajuttopsneds .'
SUPERB ASSORTMENT
-or-
VELVET FLOUNCED ROBES
ELEGANT
DRESS SILKS,
; HIGH
VELVET CLOAKS,
Broche ShawVBorderlng,
SH A WL JS
la Great Variety, ,
Printed and Plain
M E EI NOES,
Fresh supply of
Embroideries,
CASHMERE & DELAINE ROBES,
To which they Invite the attention of theputillc.
Their stock of
UUDRU01
Is mtsurpaued In tho West, anil are offered at the
LOWEST PRICES.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPEBA-II008E. '
ocio-M w & rj
GREAT SALE
-of-FALI
AND WINTER
DRY GOODS
Jl'ST BEOCITED JBOM TUB
NEW YORK AUCTION SALES.
Cbas. S. Weatherby,
No. 119 I'IFTILSTHEET,
BETWEEN VISE AND RACK-STREETS,
Otfori for thla aeaion's trad the ruott exteuilve anil
sltgant stock of
DHY aOODS
Ever exhlbltwl la this city, comprising
Drew Silks,
Ottoman, Chone,
llruclio, rlgurod,
ll tynuero Chene.
iticli 1'oDipuilour.
Bouquet KuD8.
Moire Autluue. -Foulard.
Mlack Urods Ship.
Bhtck Bepped.
Black Amure, '
ii rem oiikj,
Iirra ISHIu,
Drcaa bilk..
Ure.t Silks,
Dress Silks,
Drrait.Hk,
Drcs Silks,
Creu Silk.,
Drua Hllka.
Dre. Hllkt,
Black DrooaUe.
And a full llneol other Silks for mourning, travel
ing, evening no.
Also, Dress Goods.
Srm Goods,
Drem Good..
Elegant Ottoman Plaids.
Valencia Beps.
Irish Poplins.
Knglish Grenades.
Valonclas and Popllna.
Chintz Wool Delaines.
Plain and Printed Morluoa'
Velour Ootolle.
Silferlno Checks.
Wool and Merino Plaids.
Mohair BrllliantB.
Delaines aud Oashuicrst.
Ihihets.
Foulards and other.
3-4 and 4-4 Prints,
tilnghams.
Dreii Qooda,
Dreas Oood
JJreu Oooda,
Dreaa Oooda,
Ilreaa Oooda,
Ureas Uooda,
Dreii Oooda,
Dross Oooita,
Dress Oooda,
Dress Goods,
Dree Goods,
Dress Goods,
Dreaa Goods,
Dress Goods,
Dress Oooda,
mourning, in variety.
Also, Shawls.
ffoawls,
Hliawls,
Bhawls,
Shawls,
Shawl.
Phawls,
Shawls,
Shawls,
Shawls,
Broche, long and squar.
wool, long ana iQuars,
For Misses,
tttella Bordered.
Oheuille Bordered.
Plush Bordered.
Tricot Wool.
Bordnr and Mcrlnues,
For Gentlemen.
Of all kinds.
Cloaks, Bnaluu and Ladle' Cloth.
scans.
Also, Housekeeping Goods.
ITiiiiafikiweeni' Roods. Bleached and Bro. Damasks.
liousokeepers' Goode, Damask Cloths nnd Napklni.
Housekeepers' Uooda, Huckaback and Scotch Dla'r.
Housekeepers' Goods, Linen Sheetings and P. O. do.
Housekeepers' Gooila, Cotton do. do.
Housekeepers' Goods, lllchardson's Irish Linens,
Housekeepers' Goods, Marseilles Quilt. '
Housekeepers' Goods, Blankut. : '
Housekeupen' Goods, Piano and Table Covers.
Uousekeepers' Goods, Drapery Muslins.' .
The department of Housekeeping Oooda receives
special attention, and I am able to offer unusual In
ducements. Also, Embroideries.
Knibrolderlos,
Kinbrolderies,
Embroideries.
Embroideries,
Embroideries,
Embroideries,
Collars, Sleeves and Cuffs.
Handkerchiefs.
Embroidered Trimmings,
ileal and Imitation Laces.
Lace Berthas and Cepes, ,
Lace and Love Valla,
Whits Goods.
juntiroiuerics,
Also, Hosiery and Gloves.
Of every kind and description, la Cotton, Silk, Wool
and Merino, for Ladies, Gentlemen, SIlsics, Boy
and Infant.
Also, Domestio Goods,
Not only the LARGEST, but CHEAPEST, awort
nient to be found. .
Also, Cloths. ,
A largo stock of Cloths, Oassl meres, Tweeds, J eanr,
Canada Gray and Satlnote.
The above Goods having bean boniht recently at
to MEW YOBK AUCTION SALES, principally
for CASH, i
The Prices are necessarily Lower than
Usual. '
While th (jualily and stylos of the fabrics can net
be surpassed.
CIIAS. S. WEATUEIIIIY,
No. 119 Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS.
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FINE GERMAN CIGARS! ' FINE GER
MAN ClGAltbl-Joho Bt has just received
luu.ono vory superior Olaars. which he will sell low
for cash at NATIONAL THKAXEH IiriLDINd,
ociu . ' Hycaroois-street.
liLAYINO'CARDSI PLAYING 0ARD8I
JL John Bate ha just received twenty gross
superior Playing Cards. Fauoy VIII, Steumhost,
Debitor's Eagle nnd Gold Hacks. NATIONAL
TUEATliQ 'KILDlttO,tyamore-trMt. oclO
WISTilTH
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
. i ri
r ."!; i ) j. .
ft9 WHOLESALE BUY BBS wUl
b7 Bad la oar Jobbing Department a s took of
! HATS, GAPS
. . ' AXD
Quite u attractive for variety, eheapnoss and adapt
ation to tt wants of Western Trade, as oan b found
la any Eastern establishment.
We hav. a larga and desirable stook. Merohanss
wilt find It to their advantag to give o a oalL
. . WE DODD c CO.,
' Main-street,
oelbw last side, below ronith.
W.A.COLLARD&CO.,
BANKERS,
No. S WEST TUIHD-nTREET,
DISCOUlSiT
Bl'SEVESS PAPER
And do a General Banking Butlueas,
fooll-cfj
NEW GOODS.
John Shillito & Co,,
101, 108 and lOf Wait Fourth-at.,
' ' Have In (tor an elegant stock of '
..RICH PRINTED
DELAINES & CASHMERES,
Delaine Robes,
Robe de Chambres,
Irish Poplins, &c.
Baring pnrchastd the abov Goods on the most
favorable terms, we are prepared to offer great in
ducements to onr cuatomsra, ooll-awMp
RICHARD KENNEDY
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. 17 Btnte-itreet, Columbus, Ohio.
SW Agent for th WEEKLT SCIENTIFIC ART
IS AN. ooU-aut
EOOJJOMY.
Our Four-Dollar Dress Hati
Are Selllnsr Very Knptdly.
riHOSE WHO STUDY ECONOMY AND
-SL require an elegant Chapnau should oall and
elect one from our numerous stylos.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERI,
No. 149 Main-street,
Cits boos BELOW POCBTH.
loo7
Compound Chlorine Tooth
wasn,
ORIGINAL AND GENUINE, V OR
cleaninff and vreservlair the Teoth and Gums.
and cleansing the Month. The Compound uhlorine
Tooth Wh nnVcttinllr nleanses jbnTeah, and vtll
answer the purposes of the beet Dentnnce. It con
tains no acid, or any ingredient which can, in any
case, be injtirloun. It will aiao be found to keep th
omen ltseu i ro irom an lnipuri'ies.
The Compound Chlorine Tooth Wash basths fur
ther advantage of cleansing tbe Mouth also ; and of
removing whatevor is offensive In the Breath. It
hardens the Gums, and is a valuable remedy for the
Canker or soreness of the Mouth. It may also be
used with the greatest advantage as a Gargle for Sore
Throat, In line, it preserves the Teeth and Mouth
in all respects In a clean and healthy condition, It
isagreenuie to me unto, iiemiemeuwno are in in
habit of using Tobacco, will Iind that the Tooth
Wash will speedily remove all the effects of it from
the Mouth. For sale by
BUlliU, ECKBTSUN J!.'.,
oclQ.0 Opposite the Poatofflce.
Havana Cigars.
WE WOULD INVITE THE PARTI0
TJLAR attention of Hmnkera and Caalers to
our large aeaortmeni of choice Havana Cigar, which
conilsts In partof th following favorite brand.;
rrimavera, uruaaacr,
Washington, Punch,
La Puriaainil, Trueba,
La Lucerne, Uubanu,
La Challenger, Sobriua,
La Flor, Francisco,
La ltltica, Eocanladora,
La Arancano, Kl Psjara,
La Mcotlauoi, , El Acierto,
La Bival, El Cumplimisnto,
Uenry Clay, Buchanan, 4io.
Our arrangements are snch that we are constantly
In receipt ot ull tbe new and beat brands a soon a
they are imported.
bUlllG, ECKSTEIN t CO., Drngglsts,
ocltlo Opposite the 1'oatoQlco.
Simes's Puro Cod-liver Oil.
PERFECTLY SWEET AND PALATA
BLE. The proprietors of thi Oil spare no ei
pense in having their Oil properly prepared at New
fonndland, the only place where tbe Gadua Mor.
rhua is found lu abundance. The true Oil Is fre
Qucntly Impaired by admixtures with oil from other
species of the Gadus family, aud only that oomlrtg
from the Bank can lie relied upon as the genuine.
For aale by UCIU1C, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
ocltl o Opposite the Postofllce,
Castor Oil.
QSV BRL3. CASTOR OIL,' AMERICAN:
sJin cam Cat tor Oil, Kast India; si) can Castor
Oil, East India extra, for retailing. Deceived and
forsaleby 8ULHK, KCK8 rEIN 4 CO.,
oolOo Opposite the Post offloe.
Gum props.
2sHaTI POUNDS OTJM DROPS, AS
J FJ HORTEU; 1,000 pounds Onm Drops,
Jelly. Kecelved aud for sale by
BCIltK, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
oclno Opposite the Post office.
D
ISSOLUTION OP PARTNERSHIP
The nartnershln heretofore exiatin? between
the undersigned, under the nameof Applegate A Co.,
was dissolved July 1, lfcW, Jumea Apploenie having
old hi Interest in the ooucern to his successor.
JAM KM APPLKOATK,
SAMUEL FLIOKiattwn,
, . . , r ,. . ABTHUB U. POUMbFOBD.
NOTICE OF CO-PAKTNKR8HIP.-Ths undor.
signed formeil a co-partnership, July 1, ISoS, and
will continue the Book-soiling, Publishing, Printing
and Stationery builnesa, as conducted by Applegst
A Co., using the name and etyla of A pvlcgatu A Do,,
as heretofore. SAMUEL FHOKlflOEB,
AltTIlCll 8. POCNSFoBD,
WILLIAM WBIGHTBON.
DISSOLUTION OF FAlSfKTEKSniP.-Samu.l
Fltckinaer having aold out his interest in the Bar.
rison Furnace Company, at Portsuioutb, the bust,
noes will be vontinued by tho reniainlug partners.
H. HPKI.LUAN,
B. B. BOSS,
JOHN K. FLICKINGEB.
CABD. Mr. William Wrighison having beoem
one of tbe Arm of Applegate 4 Co., the Printing
business of Wrigbtaon & Co. will be continued by
Thomas WrigliUon, at the old stand, with th firm
name as heretofore. . . , WUiUilTSUN A CO.
Toin-fl-
STAR MILLS. A SUPERIOR BRAND
of extra White Wheat Flour, warranted to please,
in store aud for sale by
JOHN FERGUSON, Grocer,
. oell Corner Ninth and Vlne-alresta,
NEW CIDER, FIRST OF THE SEASON,
and a very lino article, just rciived by
JOHN FEBttDWON, Crocer,
ocll Corner Ninth and Vlue-etrcets.
EW BUCKWHEAT. A .VERY SUrE
BIOK articleof Fresh Ground NewBuckwlirat.
just received aad for sale by
- -.- JOHV VRBGDSON, Grocer,
ocll .. -X'orniir Muth end, Vlne-atreol.
' ! I . T . ' Times copy.) ; ,' '
LAN E sV BODLEY,
! 1 " ' ' UiSOFAOTTJIUlitS 0V
Wood-Working Machinery,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Ornor John and Wattr! it.,Ciaolnnntl,0.
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