4MIW.TAANJI8UO. JOHN D. CALDWELL.
IDITOBI ADD rUKISTOU. 1
Ladies' Lyceum of the Wesleyan
We availed ounielf of an opportunity lust
oven i op; to be present at the meeting of Vt
Young Ladies Lycenmof the Wesleyan Female
College. " The ehopel of the College was nuca
with ladies and gentlemen( who seemed as
eager to catoh every word and note as ourself.
Thalr quietude throughout betokened their
interest In the proceeding. j
; We understand the Lyceum is not inaug
eratedaa'a part of the regulators of the Col
lege, bnt gotten up through a spirit of intel
lectual progress on the part'of the Yonfag
Ladies of the institute. Though under tie
auspices and with the approbation of the
If the jonfig ladles la other cities and at
other institutes were actuated by the same
spirit and would emulate the example here
given, we oould confidently prediot a rapid
decreaie in the number of useless' "fashion
displayers that a large majority of the modern
young ladies make of themselves. !
The proceedings last evening were inter
spersed with most delightful musio, under the
direotion of Professor H. Smith; during
whioh Professor Worrsix introduced his an
tique instrument, composed of fine .sticks,
without a name, or such an one as we dire
not attempt to utter; and played, with
delicate variations a favorite and familiar air.
The meeting opened with a chorus by
twenty-one young ladies, after whioh Mm.
Wilbsb, the President, read a brief disser
The first essay by Miss Camilla Hixikqsut,
of Covington, upon "Life's Morning Land,"
was read with distinctness, utteranoe, em
phasis and effective intonation. The subjeet
being somewhat new her remarks were less
characterised by similarity to every day sub
jects than is common in such productions. We
eau speak of her essay in nowise but with
Essay seoond, by MissAKi Bbcck, of Cln
einnaU. Subject, "The Literature of Soot
land." She acquitted herself with honor and
great credit, in handling a subject so fathom
less and sublime; one that Hon. Edwabd
Evibitt might exhaust his modicum of words
and the work then not half done. j
The fourth essay, by Miss Sallii O'nial, of
Ghent, Ey., was the one to which we inclined
our ears with the strictest attention. . She
spoks excellently well and the subject. "The
, Actual Words of Modern Science," was one, we
should judge, admirably adapted to her style
of composition. It was rife with noble ideas
and original conceptions. We were delighted.
"The World'a Mightiest Men, its Self-Deny-ing
Men," was the selection by Miss Euks
Van Maths, of Cincinnati. 1 She introduced
many striking examples of self-denial, indu
cting some men of one day and some of those
that have passed away; the object and moral of
which' wag to teaeh us that no groat work
could be accomplished without great self
denial. She read well. . j
The auestion for diseussion. for the evening
was, "Is the. past in human affairs a measure
of the future.' Miss Isabella Watiiak, of
Cambridge City, Ind., on the affirmative, stated
the question anticipated, and the probable
objections, and set forth her argument in a
forcible manner. . . " ", '
Miss Emma Shhoh, of Covington, Ky., was
quite peinted in her deduotions, and her argu
ments were substantial. She Introduced many
interesting illustrations of the age of steam,
predicting the. resultwbuld be that of lightning.
It was a very able defense. We incline to the
olnion, with all due gallantry to Miss Wayne,
that Miss Shrom gained the negative in the
minds of the hearers.
After the reading of an interesting ootnmu
nieaition from abroad, by the President, the
meeting closed with musio most exquisitely
We eame away happier than we went, and
considerably edified. 'We wish the praise
worthy Lyceum Ood-speed.
The telegraphic column is interesting this
atoning.' . "'
'.'.. ' We have important matters from Washing
ton.' Great Britain claims San Juan Island,
Secretary Cass says she can't have It ' What
will be done? ;
President Buchakax is going to sue Fobxby,
of the Philadelphia Prat, for libel.'
The Star of th Wat, with , the California
malls and treasure, is disabled and will not ar
rive svt New York before Sunday.
The Quaker City Is safe and has arrived at
The City of Manelttter.brivgi one day later
news from. Europe,. The London Tim is
rampant on the San Juan question. " Keep a
little cool, Mr. Timtt man. ''..,""",', ',"
' Republican ticket nominated in Kansas.
" Additional electiori returns, Ac.
,i . t - -i mm
, A later dispatch from Mexioo. apprises us
that, in taking the field for the ensuing oam
palgn,, Mibamom disregards the Liberals me
sacisg the eapital at the North, and directs
his first efforts to the -capture 'of Alvarado
Coupled with the active preparations of Gen
Alvaeiz for a maroh on the city of Mexioo, it
may be Inferred that it is from the Pinto chief
the conservatives anticipate the stroke of fate,
and only hope to evade it by at movement to
the South.' ' " . . ' . ' .
Bishop Onderdonk and the Episcopal
The lay delegates to tbe Diooesean Conven
Hon from flashing, E. I., nave pnbliibed
remonstrance against tbe restoration of Bishop
Omdibdork. TbeyTpfefer to .the testimony
given against the Bishop by a lady of Flashing,
now deceased end -declare that the removal
the senten'ee would "be an act to gratify tbe
Bishop's pride, at tie .expense ef sacred feel-
"tH ..'.'. '..'
JoH Mobbissit accepts the challenge
Jo P,".aj.Aif P fght.'hini for $10,000.
Mobbissit. .names four or six months after
HanrAir's;. match,, with Satbb. Go it,, ye
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
One Day Later from Europe.
Arrival the City of Washington.
NEW YORK, October 13.
The Steamship City of Waihinyton, with Liv
erpool dates t, the 29th ult, received by tel
egraph to Queenstown. k'
The North Briton from Quebec, and Jaion
from New York, have arrived out. The po
litical news is not important
l ae jjonaon rune in nu aruuio remmu
tbe Ban Joan diilionUy, says the seizure of
the Island originated "in the audacity and
assumption that England would be afraid to
avenge, and remarks that it is time to put a
stop to such notions. ' '
NEW YORK, October 13. LIVERPOOL. September 28.
The estimated sales of Cotton to-day are
8,000 bales, inoluding 8,000 to speculators and
exporters, i The market closes with the quo
tations barely maintained. Wheat steady.
Corn declining. Provisions . close dull.
LONDON, September 28.
Consols closed thlB afternoon at
A dispatch from Zurich says that Prince
Napoleon arrived thereon Wednesday morn
ing, when separato conferences immediately
took place between the French and Sardinian
and the French and Austrian Plenipotentia
ries. ' I '
A Paris dispatch speaks of the activity dis
played by the French in fitting out the expe
dition against China. It would be ready to
leave about the middle of November. . .
The Dictator of Modona has ordered thirty
thousand iminie rifles.. . '
A dispatch from Naples says that the King
had left for the Roman Territories for the
purpose of having an interview with the
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
LONDON, September 29.
The funds any
movement of importance. Money is in mod
HAVRE, September 27.
Cotton New Orleans tres-ordinaire
12o. Prices are easier, but quotations un
changed. The-sales of the week have been
3,000 bales. Breadstuff's advancing. '
The Paris Payi, a semi-official journal, an
nounces the arrival of the American Minister
at Pekin. He ascended one of the branches
of the Pehio, accompanied by the members
of his legation. Thoy were not allowed to
aee anything of the country, and while await
ing an interview with the Emperor, were re
quired not to leave the residence assigned
them. " ' ' ' i
The BeraU't correspondent says that Aus
tria and Piedmont are about making warliko
preparations, and that the French army of
occupation in Italy is about to receive rein
forcements. The renewal of hostilities is
apprehended by many.
WASHINGTON, October 13.
in response to any communication
which may have recently been received from
the British Government on the San Juan
An extraordinary meeting of the Cabinet
was called to-day... Alt the members were
present excepting. Secretary Cass, who was ab
sent on account of physical indisposition.
The reasons for leaving BrowDBville without
troops are, as stated by tbe army officer, the
unhealthiness of the post and tbe belief that
there was no necessity for their presence as a
means of protection, and beside, their services
wore urgently needed elsewhere in Texas,
But since their withdrawal, in addition to the
recent invasion by Mexican banditti, the
IndianB have committed many excesses on the
settlements of the Rio Grande frontier. By
this time it is bolievcd that troops have been
sent thither to protect our citizens. i
' The Treasury Department has been officiall
advised by the Secretary of State that by at
order of the Spanish Government vessels from
the United States arriving in tbe ports of
Spain and the adjacent islands, are placed on
the footing of national vessels as regards the
duties of port and navigation. In considera
tion of this exemption, Spanish vessels arriving
in the ports of the United States from Spanish
or otherj foreign ports will be permitted to
enter on the same footing with vessels of the
Unitod States as regards tunnage duties, light,
money, and all other duos to the United States
so far as respects the vessels.
Spanish vessels, however, arriving in ports of
the United States from Cuba or Porto Rioo,
not being embraced in the foreign regulations,
are especially provided for by the acts of July
1832 and June 1834.
" Got. Twiggs, in chargo of the Department
of Texas, will, at bis own request, be granted
a leave of absence with the view to enable
bim to visit Europe. . . .
The receipts of tbe Treasury for tbe week
ending on Monday amounted to $1,130,
000; drafts paid . $1,286,000; drafts issued
nearly $i,b4z,uuu. me amount subjeet to
draft is $1,570,000. The reduotion from the
amount on hand the previous week is $405,
The Secretary of the Treasury, on appeal,
has decided that Mink skins are dutiable 8
percentum. .i .
Safety of the Quaker City.
NORFOLK, October 13.
The Quaker City arrived in Hampton Roads
at VA o'clock last evening, in tow of the
steamer State of Georgia.
The following is Capt. Shntfeldt's statement:
"The engine was smashed when the steamer
was thirty-six hours out from new York, and
thirty-eight miles S. 8.E. of Cape Hatteras.
After separating from the bark Vumbarton on
the 7th, the Quaker Qity made her way north
east under canvas. At six o'clock In the after
noon of the 0th, she was in lat 36.58., Ion.
74 22, one hundred and thirty miles from the
first point; a steamer bound south passed with
out noticing our signals of distress or the firing
of our guns, although she was apparently near
enough for both. At S P. M. the schooner
King Fither, of New York, the name of whose
Captain is unknown, bore away for us, and
with the true cnaractenatio oi seamen, nailed
us and said she would stiok by us to the last,
whioh was faithfully performed. . The brig
Lena, of Alexandria, Va., also answered our
signals, and laid by us until she was sent in
searoh of a steamer. At 7 o'clock in the even
ing, s gale from the northward of great force
struck the ship, when she laid her head to tbe
eastward, behaving admirably for forty-eight
hours. During this time it became neoessary
to heave overboard her deotc freight. At noon
on' the 11th. the gale having abated, and while
in lat. 36.30, Ion. 74.22, she was taken in tow
by the King Fither, and aided by her' own sails,
suoceeded in sailing twenty miles westward,
when at mid-night the State of Georgia' ran
down and took us in' tow, boing sixty miles
north-east of Cape Henry."
Capt Shutfeldt desires to publicly thank the
Captains of the Dumlarton, King Fither, Lena
and State of Georgia, for the prompt and oheer
ful manner in which their assistance was ren
dered, and without intending to discriminate,
wishes particularly to express bis gratitude to
the Captain of the King l'iihvr.t He is also
grateful to tbe passengers for their considera
tion toward himself and orew,. and for their
perfeot quiet and ooolness during the accident.
COLUMBUS, October 14.
. The Republican majority will be at least
seveiteon thousand on the State ticket. .
Senate Republicans, twenty-five; Democrats
ten. - i - ..H-.
Uoute Republicans sixty-four) Democrats
forty. ' - '
ZANESVILLE, October 13.
in Perry County Is three hundred and three.
His majority In the District Is eight hundred.
The majority against removing the county
seat from New Lexington to Bpniorset iil three
hundred aad ninety-five, ' ' ' " ' ' "'
Washington Correspondence. NEW YORK, October 13.
The Washington correspondence of the Timet
says: "It is not true as stated In the dispatch
to the Herald, that England has demanded the
explanation from our Government with refer
ence to the course pursued by General Harney.
On the contrary, the paper submitted by Lord
Lyons, was a proposition for a settlement of
the dispatch, as tbe treaty provides no remedy
in case of a disagreement between the Boundary
Commissioners. The treaty being thus ex
hausted, the parties are thrown back on first
principles, and England now submits. pro
gramme for an adjustment of the difficulty In
which she dahns the"Is1iuni"cf San-Juan:
Secretary Cass has just returned his reply to
this proposition, declining in the most positive
terms to reoognize so muoh as the shadow of a
title on tbe part of England to the disputed
Island. This Is the present condition of the
question, and it remains for England to take
the next step, as we bold possession. This
turn in affairs is regarded as very serious by
our Government, and the result, whether it be
peace or war, depends entirely upon the tenacity
with which Great Britain holds to her pre
tended claim." i ' '- "' i
The International Cricket Match.
PHILADELPHIA, October 13.
All England finished their first innings this
morning. Total 12fl runs., .
American's seoondflnnlngs 8 wickets down,
12 runs. ... t i
The Matoh was finished this afternoon in
favor of All England on their seoond innings
with a loss of 3 wickets. The twenty-two
soored 80 on their second innings, making a
total on both Innings of 154, of whioh the
twelve English players on the American side
scored 68 runs, and the ten Americans soored
82 runs. England sent in Hay ward and Car
penter. Hay ward was caaght out with noth
ing to score. Carpenter, withCoffyn, Lookyer
and Grundy succeeded in oorering the tie with
29 runs before five o'olook. Carpenter was
admirably caught out by Barclay, when the
ball was nearly over the ring. '
Kansas Politics. LEAVENWORTH, October 13.
The Republioan State Convention, atTopeka,
on the 12th Inst, nominated a full tieket,
headed by Charles Robinsn for Governor, and
J. P. Root for Lieutenant Governor. B. F.
Conway was nominated to Congress. The
Convention was harmonious. Robinson, who
was also tbe Govornor elect under the Topeka
Constitution, was nominated on the first
ballot. - - '' " - l
The election for State officers takes place in
Deoember. - ' '"
ST. LOUIS. October 13—M.
River continues to receds slowly at this
point with about five and a half feet to Cairo.
All the upper streams are low and on the de
cline. Weather alternately dear, cloudy and
PITTSBURG, October 13.—P.M.
River two feet one Inch and falling. Weather
clear, " ' ' ' ','
LOUISVILLE, October 13.—P.M.
River falling with four feet one inch in the
CHICAGO, October 13.
Ramsey County Becker (Dem.) for ¬
ernor, 2Sp mej. Dakota County Ramsey
(Rep.) 8 moj. Washington County Ramsey,
200 moj. Hennepin County A deoided (Rep.)
majority for the State and County Ticket. , In
St. Anthony District tbe Republicans elect two
members to the House. . Mamonia County
Becker 35 maj. Onoka County Three pre
cincts, Ramsey 100 ahead,
National Horse Show.
KALAMAZOO, October 13.
' The National Horse Show Exhibition yester
day was very fine, some of tbe best horses in
the Union being on the ground. The proceed
ings to-day were somewhat interfered with by
the storm. : The oitiiene' parse for $2,000 will
be trotted for on Saturday afternoon. "Flora
Temple," "Princess," "Ike Cook,v and other
celebrated horses competing. ' ' 1
he President Sues Forney for Libel.
PHILADELPHIA, October 13.
It is stated on good authority, that Colonel
Forney, of tho Prerni, has receive! a notioe from
his legal advisor that President Buohanan
intends instituting a prosecution for libel
against bim on aooonnt of the terrific editorial
articles on Broderick'S death In Fortey't Prat,
of Monday last. ' 1
Later from Havana.
NEW ORLEANS, October 13.
The steamer Empire Cita, from Havana on
tbe 8th Inst, has arrived with $250,000 ..in
rpecle. Sugars had slightly advanced. There
was aiso an omproyemeni on lreiguts. , , . ., :
CHICAGO, October 13.
The returns from thirteen counties give about
the same majorities as ia 1857. ,. i
Tna Fashiohs. The fall fashions have set
in with all their severity. - There is ' one
thing, however, to recommend them; they
are extremely simple and very easily fol
lowed. For ladies' bonnets the dominant
tone, as our friend Genio would say, is black .
There must be plenty of black- trimming,'
and any other color may be mixed with it to
suit the convenience or the taste of the indi
vidual. Black and blue, black and yellow,
or black' and green; but the tendency is to
black and red, All,. the ladies, bless. 'eml
appear to have gone ,into mourning, , As for
the men, or ."gents," as the tailor calls us,
the ugliest and commonest materiel. possible
is the moBt fashionable for trowsers; we mean
that forked article of male attire known
among sewing womon and journeymen tailors
as ''pants." Any kind of course and hideous
stuff which a cart-horse would to hav
. OOLI. On Tnnrttliy afteraooa, October 13, Ukry
A. Uole,wlfo( J. F..Ole... . - ..,.'...'
Notic. of the funeral trill be gives to.morrtw.. .
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
.... A SAVE, BAST ARB BVrsOTUAL OUBB, FOB ' '
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, iic.
. SWjweDty-flTe cents per bottle.-. .. ,.i
, OIO, M. BIXOM, Druggist,.. .
atiM-cm Corner of Jifth aud Main-streets.
tlX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
fINNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
. SPECIAIi NOTICES.
A CARD -IN JUSTICE TO ME.
f Mttv rilfj j . i. -
i .njiiid, nnu tor mo onii.iiwwuii
ol 1114 numerous friemla, 1 would y tlmt on his
leaiiny Uinciunttl lut Krlilaj, it in wltli tbe Inten
tion ofgi.iug to Now York to ndrleewith blicred
Horn; udu to tbe amount df fnn1 taken with him,
(reported In the Times to be 8lo,(XKt,) I don't think
nmuonU.il to mora tUan fdUior -ocu-a
JOHN P CiRKOLL.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
The n.Tahiatloai of real MtatM. a rAt itrnrnt
by Liin Siatrict AMOHors, iauowopeu for examina
tion, St the Count Auditor'! oIMob, to which atten
tion htdiraotnl.- If any complaint Is to bemadej tne
nine should, he in writing, and previous to the fourth
Monday in October, 145, after which no complaint
will be received.
By order of the Board of Kunallsntloa. 1 ' i
,, . HOWAHl) JUATTHIIWS, . .
PALMER'S IIAIiM OP ROSES
.ilaaDrnnasatiOD thstwlll bednlvannreeia-
ted tiv all that doslrs to rostore br art tha bloom, of
youtii, its application is quite easy, tu enecta per
fectly natural, and It mm Is entlroly barnilesa. It Is
applied with a moistened cloth. Price 26 oents foes
MADAM RILISM. D Tbe
MuHhih wnnlil sat to the luiMlf In nrn.
euting tothnm the lITIiUINl EMXIU, that she
nasuaeu tbe Kluir in nox privuie practnxiaa a pnr
aiciaS in th treatnifut of all kinds of fnmale dis
ease, and, also in all dlsea.es. of the urinary or.
?:ans, in botbrnaieani female. Bad has never had it
ail in one single in'tance. She does not recom
mend it toenre any diseases but those of the gen
erative and urinary organs, and In those cases it is a
sure cure, if the directions are followed. All Indies
using the Elixir, or wishing to consnlt the Madam
as a physician, ctn fluil her at all hours at her olUce,
No. 21 East Fourth-street. The Madam asks all the
skeptical iu regard to patent medicines to read tho
fallowing card f 10m one of tbe best druggists in the
- "To-TH-"Ptrr.m, Am"nu tArtT(H Pabtico
LAB. The undersigned is nut In the habit of Hiving
hie name to patent medicines; but knowing well tho
lady physician, and the medicine callod the TJtoiine
Klixir, I cheerfully recommend it to nil females Buf
fet ins from female diseases of any kind. It is purely
vegetable, and in no case can do Injnry. I say to all,
try, sod my word for It you will find relief.
... , , . , , "f. D. HILL, Druggist, I .,
' '. "Corner of fifth and Race-streets.'! ;,
The Elixir la for sale by the following druggists:
F. D. Hill, corner of Race and Fifth-streets ; Kd
ward Scan I on, corner of Fourth and Main-streets )
John I). Park, corner of Fourth and Walnnt-atreets,
and by druggists generally In the city, and Madam
ELMS. Mo. 24 Kast Fourth-street.
er Bead Madam Allls's advertisement la another
PALMER'S II QUID BLANC
DK PGARLE la fast superseding the use
of powders for the face, as, in addition to all the de
sirable properties of the finest powder. It possesses
that ofallaying all inflammation, removos tan. sun
burn and frecklvs, and when proporly applied, its ef,
focts can not be distinguished from those of Nature's
own beau ti tier. It ia tpplied with a soft sponge, rub
bing the face gently with a piece of sost flannel after
It has beoome dry. Price .HI sents. '
HOLON PALMER, A Bent,
Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumery, No. 36
West Fonrth-ltroet, ' 1 ' oc.1
POWDER will remove superfluous bair
without fail, if used according to the directions.
Beingentirely free from all arsenical or other poison
ous Ingredients, no danger need be apprehended from
its application. Price DO cen(s. ocfl
ffySTIIAT DR. ROBACK'S SCAN.
OpCSff B1NAVIAN Blood Pills and Blood Puri
fier ure s positive cure for Dyspepsia la proved by
numerous testimonials in the Doctors possession,
which can be examined at his office, No. 6 East
Fourth-street, by any one at any time. ool-am
fr9KENNEDVS MEDICAL DIS
IMS COVERT li acknowledged by the moat em
inent physicians, and by the most careful druf gists
throughout the United States, to be the most effectual
blood-puriner ever known, aud to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent cures, thm
any preparation known to the profession. Hcrofula,
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Scald-head, eoaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are oured by a few bottles, and
tbe system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit direoilooafor tliecureof ulcerated sore
legs, aud other corrupt and running ulcers, is given in
the pamphlet with esrh bottle. For sale by JOHN I).
PAKK, SUllt B, ECKSTEIN & .CO., and GEORGE
M.DIXON. Price f I. seplU-ay
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Handsomely, 1 Trimmeds
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
HATTERS AND FCHRIEBS,
' Noi 149 Maln-ntreot,; !
oclt One door below Fourth. !
GLB KTD -A. Xj 33.
31 RS. VAUIAN JAMES,
Will give a Grand Ooncert at the Oharjel ortheFe
mulo College, Glendale, on SATURDAY EVENING,
13th inst. Doors upon at 7 o'clock ; Conoert to con
meuce ai i,
AdmieBlon 50 cents. . , ocllb i
. . i':'- Havejnst opened a ' 1 , "'
VELVET FLOUNCED ROBES
V.",; . . ELEGANT '
;;. . Broche Shawl Bordering, .
,.,i .. . . . Ia Great Variety,
1 : ; ; Printed and Plain. ,
Froeh supply of ' '
0 ASIIMEBE' & DEEAINE EOBES,
' To which they Invite tho 'attention of the publlo.
Their stock of .
Is unsurpassed In the West, and are offered at the
DELJINJ), GOSSAGE. & CUTLEB,
.; 74 "West FoMrih-fttreet.
' 0PP08ITB PIKE'S OPMA-HOUB.
.' " ' tocld-M W A Ti ' -- '
8AIT WATER AND LAKE FISH
TOZER'S EASTERN FISH DEPOT,
No. 306 Vlne.at., bet. Fifth and Sixth.
1fR. TOZER BEGS TO ANNOUNCE
iM. that be has established a regular depot for the
sale of all kinds of salt-water Fish, fresh from Mew
York ; also Lake Fish from Cleveland and Sandusky:
together witn ulams and Oysters In tbe shell, Lob
sters, Urahs, Kelt (nlive), and all kinds of seasonabls
Game and Can Oysters. He will furnish tbe aliove
named articles OHEAPF.R TUAN ANT OTHER
PLACJE IN TUB CITY. .Family orders promptly
attended to and aeut bonis free of charge. Pleats
cal and leave yonr orders. oclt-tf
AUCTION1 AND COMMISSION MER
(JH ANT-Balcs-roomiWo. T Ka.tThinl street
Wlil attend to the sales of Real Hstate, Personal
Property, Dry Goods, Hardware, Hats, Boots, Shoes,
Groceries, Fnrniture, ae. Having procured tha
services of a competent salesman, all business will
meet with dispatch and prompt returns.-' dash ad
vances made on iroods for publlo sales. Consign
ments solicited, Itefer to -merchants generally.
To Blacksmith Horse Shoers.
IN ADDITION TO OTJB IAKGK AND
well assorted stock of Cast Steel, we are In receipt
of the varied sizes of j
Andtowhleh we Invite the attention of the abort
boyers. , i
wax. JmBoW BE DvflO,
AUGUSTUS WISSEL Agent, '
ec13awr No. 7 Oolnrnbla-slreet.
N& S78 MAIN-STCKE 1ST,
,' BIPTWMK SIXTH AND BStlSIH,,' ,
JANUFACTPBEB VARD. 'IMTORTKR
Soaps, Perfamery Fancy Gotili, Ace.',
Which I will Mil cheaper than any other place In
the city. . Too will And a Urge aMctrtmont of EX
TRACTS at 2 oentt per pottle. ' oclt
To Wholesale Buyers
In plain Black,' 'l tnoy Itrlpss sad Fields,
Chens, Bayadere, brocade, Ao., InsloJlngeT
ery variety of MlUUery Bilks. "' . , '
In Bonnet and Trimming widths, la I&rgt as- Lgpi
sortment, Including very desirable high eolort W
In plain, striped, plld and broche. """ '.'.' ' W
........ ... ., ... . ' . .i
la colors and for Millinery, and Blsekt for ,
Cloaks. , . ' '
la large assortment, lnoludlng tha cslebrated
Steamboat Tel vet Blbbon, Imported exclusive
ly for bttr sales; Galoons, Poinpadonr, Pompl
nettea, Velvet Head Fringes,, plain Fringed
Goffard Blbbons, Crochet Fringes, and every
thing new la the market. '
In Silk,. Satin, Velvet and Straw, many of
them of our own superior manufacture, end In
. .. ' . 1 .
A complete stook. -
Some elegant goods.
Collars, Sleeves, sets Infants' Bobes, Wahts,
Bands, Flonneings, Edgings asd Inserting!.
Jaoconets, Swiss and Mull Maillns, India snd
Bishop's Lawn, Brilliants, India Twill, Ilsir
cord and Satin Checks, as. . .
The largest assortment, comprising near one -hundred
styles, lnoludlng all the- favorite do-
msstlo makes, and many beautiful ibrelgn de-
... , 1 r . '
signs.. , ' ' '
Of on r own manufacture, embracing some :
sixty styles, from the lowest grades to elegant '
goods. , Buyers can rely on getting newer
tt;lea at LOWEB PDIOK8 than elajwhere. '
' Our Whole Stocrc ; ,
Ii'now verjcomplete, and presents attrt. wtlons
to buyers not surpassed by houses Ko.it or
fJ"We are disposed to offer exlfin" ,
ordinary Indncementa to ensh bayerf -. '
83 and 85 Pearl-street,
SOUTH BIDE, BETWEEN TIN! AND EACH
Miej-too ' "sdm1
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qtoif) Sntiiog 'siewo j JI1014 'seuiqosif 'tnmg 'Usui
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Sujuoti pn SiTipniJD aiqBVfOd ;:.
John ShilUto & Co.,
lot, 103 aud IOS West FoUr-i.
-j u - Bavsinitorean slegastitaeaibf'
'" ' RICH PBIVTE1 .
DELAINES & CASHMERES,
Delaine Bobey,, ' ' : !
Robe do chambres,
, Irfish , Popliiw, too:
Having parens the above Oflodsonths
(avarable terms, n jrepared to oBer matin.
d.ucemsntstoeurf onstoaiers. ocll-awJ
WHOLESALE BUYEB9 will
find in our Jobbing Department a stock of
- HATS. GAPS '
- - -AND- '
Quite as attractive for variety, cheapness and adapt
ation to the wants of Western Trade, as can he fonnd
In any Eastern establishment. .
We have a large sad desirable stoek. Herehants
will And it to their advantage to give as a call,
WE DODD.& CO.,
oelbw side, below Fourth,
Poni-JJollar Dress Eats,
...... . ' VKBT FINE.
Zouave Soft Hats
, , , DECIDEDLY FRESH.
Kisses' Plata and Biding Hats,
- . ' . BlOa AMD ELEQANT.
Children's Fancy Hats and Caps,
A BABE TAEIETT.
DODD'S HAT STORE,
..ooiid .:;:: :".;::...;.".'.:... 144 maixtbbet.
. TALL AND WINTER
JUT JtKJlJiyED FBOM THE
NEW YORK AUCTION SALES.
Chas. S. Weatherby,
No. 112 FIFTH-STREET,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS,
Offers for this season's trade the most extensive tnd
elegant stock of ' "" . ,
Ever exhibited In this city, comprising ,
Broche, Flgnred. 1
Hlack Oro ds Ehlne.
Black Hepped. ... .
Black A mure. ., ,
And a full Hue of other Silks for mourning, travel-
log, evening co.
Also, Dress Goods.
Dress Ooode, Elegant Ottoman Plaids.
DiessUoods.i , Valencia Keps..
.Dress Goods, ,
' Dress Goods,
Dress Goods, -Dress
Chintz Wool Delaines. '
Plain and Printed Merlnoes.
- Velour Ootolle.
Wool aud Merino Plaids.
. .. Mohair Brilliants.
Dolaines and Uaahmeros,
Foul aids and others.'
8-4 and 4-4 Prints.
. , . . Mourning, ia variety.
Shawls., Broche, long snd squars.
Shawls, " ' Wool, long and iquars.
'Bhavrta,-1' for Hisses.
Shawls, Btella Bordered. '
Shawls. Chenille Bordered, ,
Shawls, Flush Bordered, . ,', . ,
Bhawls, Tricot Wool, '
B , ,!.. ' uJ M,Iwm, .
liawls, For Gem lumen. . ,,, .,
Scarfs, Of all kinds.
' Cloaks, Kaclane and Ladles' Cloths. .
Also, Housekeeping Goods. , .
Housekeepera' Goods, Bleached and Bro. Damaskl.
Housekeepers' Gooda, Damask Cloths and Napklni.
Housekeepera' Gocds, Huckaback and Scotch Via' r.
Housekeepera' Goods,. Linen Shettingsand P. 0. do.
Housekeepers' Goooe, Oottou . do. . ..do.
Housekeepers' Uoods, Itichardson s Irish Lluens.
Honsekeepors' uoous, jnarseineawuiiu. 1
Housekeepers' Goods, Blankets. . j
Housekeepers' Goods, Piano and Table Covert,
Housekeepers' Goods, Drapery Muslins. .
Tbe department of Housekeeping Goods receives
special attention, and I am abls to offer unusual iu
ducements.. .- - '"
-.Als0j Embroideries." "
Embroideries, Collars, Sleeves and Cuffs.
' Kmbrolderlee, ' " Handkerchiefs.
Embroideries." " Embroidered Trimmings.
Embroideries, Jteal and imitation Laces.
Km broideries, - ' Lace Berthas and Gapes.
Embroideries, Lace and Love Tails..
Embroideries, : White Goods..
Also, Hosiery and Gloves.
Of every kind and description, in Cotton, 811k, Wool
and Merino, for. Ladles, Gentlemen, Miasss, Boys
and Infants. " !';.
Also, Domestio Goods,
Mot oaly the 1ABOKST, bat CHEAPEST, assort
ment to be found.
A large stook of Cloths, Caaslmeres, Tweeds, J sans,
Canada Gray arid Satinots.: ; '. .
The'above floods having been bought recently at
the HEW TOBK ATJCTION BALIS, winoipslly
forCASH. . . .. -- t-t ff '
The Price are necessarily J-ower tban
Usual. -' '"; ' .
Yfhtle the gnallty and styles of the fabrteeeannot
' , ., be surpassed. , v; ; ;
CIIAS. 8. WEATHERBY,
No. '113 Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND' RACE-STREETS.
. - - ... oclltfj ' -:
N.'w.eorner Fifth and Vine-sts.
1 1-. - . .,.,.,...,1.. n.i.-iii
Gents' Merino Underghlrts, T5c. each.
Gents' Merino Underahlrte, Tc eacn;
Gents' MerihO'UBderartlrt, T. each.
1 f i K-i t "' f , $
iadlea' Merino Underresta, ,78c. eacb.
T.adlea' Merluo tfndervWs, ,T8c,' each.
Ladles' Merino itnderTesta, 75c.'each.
lrls and Boys' Uuderveats, all alies.
Girls' and Boys' TJndervests, all alaea.
.... '- . . i
Boys' and Girls' Drawer, every ilae.
Boys' and Girla' Drawers, every slge.
Ladles All-wool Ribbed Hoie, 4c.
" ladle' All-wool Ribbed 11oe, 45c.
ladles? All-wool Ribbed Hose, 4Sc.
- .1 i .
Beautiful Hand-knit Hood.
Beautiful Hand-knit Hood.
.. Beautiful, Hand-knit Hood.
LEAVITT &. BEVIS,
j aEAVITT & BEVIS
"r " IS, W, corner Fifth and Vina."
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