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AHOY V. TBAHCI8C0. JOHH D. OALDWaTLL.
SOfTOU ABB nuwAtSVOn. ' " . .,
Thi Lost Foohd. The little ion of Cajtatn
Nelly, of Cleveland, vjaVwas Mdnspped on the
10th of OotoW,.WM found Tuesday, last, in
th possession of . woman by to name of
Mary Jans HarruVorij In the vioinUj of Dola
vrare. Wher he vonn h returned to
Cleveland by the oflioers, the excitement wu
o interne that It irl difficult to protect ber
from tea populsoe.' "'','. ... , . 1
The Grand Lodge Masons of Ohio.
Thi! grand body, which has been In session'
at Oolambm daring; the week, eloied Its libori
yesterday afternoon. The officers were la
tailed. The 6rand Muter submitted the
following appointment s. Bev. Wm, L. Harris,
of Delaware, Grand Chaplain; Ootavtai Waters,
of Delta, Chsnd ' Orator; ' Herman Ely, of
Elyrta, Grand Marshal; Jaeob Randall, of
Waynesville, Senior (brand Deaoon; N.. K,
Moxley, of Ironton, Junior Grand Deaoon;
Joieph B. Covert, Grand Tyler. ' Additional
oharters were granted to Otborn Lodge,
Oiborn, Greene Coonty; Tiffin Lodge, Tiffin,
Seneca Conatyj Bryan, ijt plane of Collins
lodge, Bryan, Williams County.
The Detroit fr Prtu states that there are
hundreds of families in that olty, the parenti
of whiob are of opposite oolon, although ,the
marriage of white and blaoki la illegal .and
void. Oat of all. this number of unnatural and
disgasting amalgamation ease, no Instance ex
it U where a white man lives with a black wo
man. The white parties to the marriages are
all women, and the husband are generally the
blaokeit kind of man. We believe lia 2..i in
stance of a white jnan marrying a black wo
man ia yet to be discovered, but thousands of
white women are living with negroes a their
husbands. . - i . ... -
It is proposed by the English Journals that
the British Government,' which, in ' Maroh,
1850, offered a reward of 420,000 to' "sny
party or parties, who, in the Judgment of . the
Admiralty, ehonld dlioorer or effectually re
lieve any of the crewa;" or 410,000 to any
party who should give suoh information
would lead to their relief, or definitely ascer
tain their rate, should pay the cost at lsast,
of the expedition tent out by Lady Franklin,
ia 1857 whioh has returned with the fullest
information of the fate of Franklin and hi
companions. Lady Franklin has expended!
all her fortune, amounting to 30,000, in the
search, and the. Philadelphia freet proposei
that unless the British Government pay tha
rotrard offere, the 'women of Bngland and. the
United States unite In subscription to raise
a fund for Lady Franklin's future support u
Quill and Scissors.
The last California steamer brought one of
the richest ingots of gold ever exhibited in
the States. It is of the fineness of 195, and
weighs 2,227 ounces, and is of the asiayei
value of $41,219. , ( .
The work on the artesian well in the State
house yard at Columbus has been suspended,
the appropriation made for it by the Legis
lature having been exhausted. The augur
had reached a depth of 2,340 feet, and was
slowly penetrating limestone rook, without
any sign of being in the neighborhood of that
stream which was expected to repay all the
expense the State has been put to. The bore
is several feet deeper than any other in the
world. ' .
The speed of the piston of a steam-engine
being taken as 1, the speed of the- crank
pin with which it ia connected is always
1-67. If a double, stroke of ten feet, the
erank-pin moves through 31-1168 feet.
On Monday, a boy in New Tork, while on
his way to the Park Bank, wu robbed
34,800 in Eastern bills, belonging to his em
ployer, J. Frost, a broker. The robber dashed
a quantity of spirits of turpentine into the
boy's face, and then seizing the paokage
money, escaped.' '
Thompson, the felon who ssosped from
Sheriff ef Ballard Oonnty, Kentucky, on the
New Albany and Salem Ballrond, the other
day, jumped t!..ough a window to the ground
while the ears were going at great speed.
The Oiwego Timet of the 14th inst. says
that a "soap-man" there agrees to elean all the
roes in that city in four weeks, and oure all
ekavved hands. .. ,
opines Wilkins, Esq., in oesssqaenoe ef ill
health, has retired from the Vinoennes Timet,
and James I. Mayes becomes eo-proprietor
with N. H.Jackson.
Gov. Turner, of Rhode Island, has appointed
Thursday, Nov. 24th, as a day of Thanksgiv
ing. Thus far, the same day has generally
been agreed spon.
Bonner has recently purchased the fast trot-1
ting mare, "Lady woodruff." He drove
with "Lantern," and the team, the other day,
trotted half a mile ia 1 minute and 14 seconds.
A thimbleful of powder will split a rook four
George Littell, of Paduoab, Ky., was shot,
in Illinois, below the above city, last Week,
his brother, who mistook him for a robber.
The unfortunate young man lived a few
after he was shot.
Among the passengers who arrived in New
York on Monday, by the steamship ITurmcnia,
from Hamburg, is the noted Lola Hontea,
now Mrs. Held.
A German woman named Catharine Soherts
preached in the market-house, in Harrlsborg,
Penn., on Sunday. She Intends, as astrset
preacher, to travel from plaeoto plaoe through
out the Union. "
Hon. John T. Mason, whose death we have
before announced, was born in Virginia, grad
uated at the University of North Carolina
181, from whish Institution he received
degree of L L, D.; adopted the profession
law, and was a Jadge of the District Court
Virginia ;, ha was Representative In Confrees
from Virginia-from 1831 to 1617; a member
President Tyler's Cabinet, as Secretary of
Navy ; member of President Polk'a Cabinet,
llrst as Attoroey-aeneral, and seeondly
Secretary tbs Navy, suJ was appointed
President Plena Minister to Tranoe, In
sitioa he was eontinued by Pre ildsnt Bt
''I4 the day of his death.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Supposed Whereabouts of Cook.
CHAMBERSBURG, PENN., October 21.
This community has been considerably ex
cited to-day, by the appearance at noon of
Attn nf 4ha fugitives froin Harper's Ferry,
supposed to be Cook. A gentleman from
Quincy overtook the man on the road leading
from Waynesboro to this place, and carried
him some distance in his buggy. When
about three miles from the town, the man
got out of the vehicle under pretense of
taking another road. About one hour after
this, the gentleman saw him upon one of our
streets, and informed two others, who fol
lowed and tracked him to the house at which
Brown's . men' had boarded when in town.
Posting one man to guard, the other went
for ftssistanoej but before returning the sus
pected man had escaped at the roar of the
house, and passed through a garden.
At tho foot of the garden a blanket con
taining a Sharp's rifle, unloaded, was found.
The blanket is known to have been in his
possession.- Immediate pursuit was made by
a number of citizens, but no trace could be
discovered. The blanket is marked "E. II,"
and both it and the rifle are now in the pos
session of Sheriff Brown. It is believed the
man had other weapons. Cook's wife and
child are now and have been for the past
week at the house through which he passed,
but she denies this man being Cook.
The general impression, however, is that it
was. He had on a black slouch hat, high
orowned and somewhat faded; a black frock
coat, with outside pockete; light brown pants:
Tory large and heavy boots, and a red and
white calico shirt. His hight, was about five
feet six or aeven inches; oomplexion sallow:
light hair, cut straight across behind t beard
and moustaches of aandy color; beard not
Heavy. nt general appearance was very
luugn sua taavoj. rarties are now in pur
suit of him, and others leave in the morning.
It is supposed that other fugitives are in
the neighborhood, and efforts aro now being
made to ferret thorn out. If they are caught
tnera will be no lavor or protection extended
to them by our citizens. . .: ' ...
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
ST. LOUIS, October 21.
' The Overland aaail, with dates to the SOth
ult., reached here to-night.
J. M. Crane, delegate elect from the proposed
Nevada Territory, died at Gald Hill, Carson
Valley, on the 20th ulU
A new silver mine had been discovered at the
head of Washoe Lake. Five teams loaded
with ore were , en rout to Ban Francisco for
shipment to England. , . i
The new stage rout between Salt Lake and
Plaoerrille was being stocked and the mail
wsuld pass over it in a few weeks.
-' The Sacramento correspondent of the San
Franoisco Bulletin says that an aotive canvass
had been oommenoed for the vacant seat in the
United States Senate.
It is thou git that the new Governor will
make no appointment, leaving the Legislature
4 under special obligations to elect as soon as
potBible alter tn meeting ia January.. ; '
It it supposed that the Governor favors the
eleotion of S, W. Auge, formerly of Alabama,
so as to make the ohances of a northern man
' perhaps better for the sucoessor of Gwin, who
must be eleoted in the winter of 1881. Weller
will aleb favor this plan, in tha event of his
strength not being sufficient to secure his own
eleotion this winter. -
Liberal subscriptions toward the proposed
Broderiok monument are- coming from all
points of the State. '.,-.-i..-. .... .t
Dates from British. Columbia to the 24th
ult. state that the American dipper Nortlnern
Magi had been burned in Bnquimax harbor on
the 22d. The vessel was valued at $56,000.
Trade was very dull, with scarcely enough
doing to establish quotations. The tendenoy
was favorable to buyers. . Pork was lower.
Money in demand. , .
The Europa at Boston.
BOSTON, October 21.
. The Eurepa, from Liverpool, vin Halifax,
has arrived here. . Her malls were dispatched
by the morning train, and will be due at Phil
adelphia to-night. The Liverpool circular of
Messrs. Hewitt k Co., gives the following quo
tations for cotton: Ordinary Orleans, 4
oJid ; good ordinary ti.; Middling Orleans
ld.; Middling Mobile 6X1.; Middling
Uplands 8d. ; good Middling Orleans 7Jd. :
good Middlipg Mobile 7d:, and good Middling
NEW YORK, October 21.
The Europa'i mails left here for the South
The Broker's circular of the Liverpool Cotton
market gives the following quotations, with a
firmer market: Orleans fair 7&.; middling
t lS lOd.j uplands 7Jd.
Messrs. Clare's oircular reports the only
feature is an increased demand.
' Germany, Howett A Co. report a good de
mand, ooufined to better descriptions. Imports
isc.uiiu tales; Known to he at sea 60,UUU bales;
against 7,000 bales last year, and 125,000
bales Bast India; sgainst 70,000 last year.
Wakefield Nash quote Orleans middling
at 7d, with a steady demand. American Cot
ton above middling is readily saleable at the
full rates of last year, while inferior and sandy
qualities are unsaleable except at a reduction.
WASHINGTON, October 21.
Treasury for the week
ending on Monday, were $1,021,000. Amount
subjeot to draft, $4,(177,000. Inorease in
amount on hand over the previous week.
$103,000. r '
. Governor Wise was romlved here this even
ing by a military company, and escorted to
to the capitol, and adonssed the throng from
the steps. He said ha bad taken the respon
sibility of placing a guard at Harper's Ferry,
and would distribute arms at all aooeesable
points throughout the State. His speech pro
duced great sensation;
The Government has not yot been officially
advised of Minister Wsrd's arrival at Pekin,
but information received in diplomatlo quarters
leaves no doubt of the fact.
It is confidently expected that the ratified
treaty will reach here before the meeting of
The names of various sentlemen have been
mentioned in connection with the mission to
Prance, but no action has been taken, and it
is doubtful whether it has yet been considered
by the President.
Mr. Irving, the Seoretary of the British
Legation, is among the recent arrivals.
The President has oommenoed the prepara
tion of his annual message.
RICHMOND , October 21.
of has riven Blihon On.
derdonk leave to withdraw his memorial, thus
finally disposing the matter.
The House of Bishops has oencurred in the
Deputies resolution to adjourn on Saturday.
In the House of Deputies a long debate was
had on the friendly intercourse with the
Chorea of Sweden, and it was resolvsd to ap
point a committee to inquire Into the erpsdl
ency of suoh intercourse, and report at the
The Committee on the State if the Church
presented a long roport,
A resolution was adopted to appoint a com'
mittee of laymen to devise means to advance
the work of the oburob.
HARTFORD, CONN., October 21.
Mr. Warren Lelands, of New York, since
his horAorable discharco on the suits broueht
against him in relation to tho Colchester
Bank, has instituted legal proceedings sgainst
those parties who were instrumental in bring
ing the charges. Writs for the arrest of
several parties are now in the hands of
United Htovies Marshal.
PITTSBURG, October 21—P. M.
Blver two feet ten inehes, and about st
'tionary. Weather cool and cloudy. .
New York Financial Matters.
NEW YORK, October 21.
The stock market
slight fluctuations In the, speculative shares.
The tendency of prices is downward at the
dose, though the State atooksand better olass
of railroad bonds ore confidentially held, and
command full quotations. Gnlena 73T3J;
Book Island 63tf . ana Jine OS-.
Money is growing easier, and the ruling
rates on oall are 56 per oent; on prime paper
8(3)7. The supply of paper in the open market
has sensibly diminished within a week. Ex
change is dull, but steady. The supply or
transient bills continues moaeraie.- .Banners
sterling is $1 101 lOJi, and franos $5 13M
5 13j. :,.
of Powder Mills.
WILMINGTON, October 21.
: Abontll o'olookthis morning -pont's
powder-mills exploded, killing seven of
the workmen. They were loading a oart with
powder dust at the time, but it is not known
whether the fire originated in one of the mills
or at the oart. Tho names of the killed have
not been ascertained.
Later from Havana.
NEW ORLEANS, October 21.
The steamer CaUwha, from Havana, on the
18th inst., has arrived.
The health of the city eontinues good. '
Rnn were firm and active. Lard steady
at 18&19Ji. Sterling Kxohangs stiff at
Exobange on New Tork o per oent.
Fire at Toronto.
TORONTO, October 21.
'A whole block of frame buildings, bounded
by Biotimond, Adelaide and Shepherd-streets,
were burned last night, and over fifty families
are rendered houseless. ,
LEAVENWORTH, October 21.
Intelligence has reached here direot from
Nebraska City, that Daily, Republican, Is
eleoted t J Congress by a majority of 48 over
Bastbrook, Domoerat, '
Later From Texas.
WASHINGTON, October 21.
The latest acoounts from. Texas state that
Gen. Twiggs had ordered two oompanies of In
fantry to Brownsville, and that body of Car
airy was soouting through that region in pur
suit of the marauders.' . i : , ,h .
Death of Ex-Governor Dunlap.
BOSTON, October 21.
Ex-Governor Dunlap, of Main, Past Gen
eral Grand High Priest of the Eoyal Aroh
Masons of the United States died to-day at
Brunswick, Maine. ; .' ' ,
PORT SARNIA, C. W. October 21.
The Bteamor UUmier ia reported to have
been wrecked on Lake Huron. He orew and
passongers have been saved.
rOHBE9 KINOKR Bf theKeV. Mr. 8hjrd01,
100 Went (Jourt-itreet, Mr. Jhn W. Forbes toMlM
HAPPY-YOTJNO-On thoMlh loit.,tth bride's
fathur, bj Ber. T. A. O Phillips; Mr. Adam Happr
to Jttiu Jane Young, both of thUcltr.
. BLISS-O the 30th lnat.,t 1 P. H., I mil Bltw,
younnoat daughter of Hannah and Henry Jtowera,
sgd S year. 6 months and IS daye.
The fuceral will take place at 3 o'clock to-day from
No. 1W Hichmond-streeL The frienda of the lsmily
are Invitid to attend without further notice.
McFAll On Thursday evening, at the realdeneo
of his oarente, No. 28 Eltzabeth-atreet. of acarlet
fcTer, John J., son of J. J. and Catherine BlcVoll,
aged 2 years, ;
Faneral to-morrow (8unday) at i o clock P.M.
The Mends of the family r iayited to attend.
TimMOpy aud eh. Press.) 1
Dixon's Sugar-coated. Fills. .
Purely Vegetable and Pleasant to Use.
WAdmittad to be the Best Family Pill la use.
Prepared onlj by
GEO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
antS-cm Corner of Fifth and Haln-strte.
OUR NEW STOCK OF FURS
la now redly for exhibition. The assort-
meit is large. They are well-made, BatUBLI goods,
and will be aold at Low Faicas. .
WM. DOOD & CO,
HATTERS AND FURRIERS,
No. lit Main-street, Below Fourth..
S.ftlrrl Pronoinla for furnlshlnff tha mate
rial nd constructing iho building of the C'atholio
Institute, curn.r at Tine and Longworth-strMts,
will beriiTud until Saturday. Knvemher 6, at the
offlce ol tho Secretary, no. M2 Weatern-row. Copies
of the specifications and form for bidding can ho ob-
nlr,..l thu wuim. nf A. Pti-lrAff A Ann. IL
Mstropolitwi Buildiu. where the plana aud detail
drawiugsmty bt aeon.
JtKibfa a. xi KfiaAAn, riesinnni.
V",i.iw Brns. nnaretarr. or.77"
JEItTJEal.lEW CHCBOB. on Lnneworth.
Sabbitn at eleyen o'clock A. M., and half-past seven
o'clock P. M. Subject for the discourse In the
cvonlnc "The Resurrection of JUun." Ibe pnbllo
are cordially Invited to attond. oc2g-a
ElAD-Ql'lETEnS 1st Dbio., 1ST Siv., I. O. T. M.
BiTTALION ORDER. NO. 16.
The Oompadlee attached and belonging to
the independent Guthrie Gray Battalion are hereby
notified to appear at their Armory, In full dress uni
form, for parade, TU19 (Saturday) AFTEKNOON,
22d inst., at I o'clock. By ordr,
w . a..
Jonii VooLttv, Adjutant.
KNT HIGHLAND anAnnA-Attntlon.
i'hiiuomnanvniliasMnihle THIH AlfTKItNOfiN
National Hull, in rerlew order, fir-t pipe at t o'clock
P. Id., precisely. J. II. PATRICK, UapUin.
rHA.ppi3D HANDS, FACE,
entirely free from all uopleagaut odor, and at It poe
ranee remarkable healing properties, it is the almost
universal farorlte with thoae peraona who are
troubled with chapped hands.
AMANDINE. Wo challenge a'comparliion of
our article with any brought to this market w.
always hive a fresh article on hand. e
COLD CRBA.1I OF KOES MP-SaTvE,
oVo. Conslontly preparing those articles and can
furnish a fresh aupply at aay time.
SOLON PALMER, Agent,
ManuritctuMr and Importer of Perfumery, Xio. at
Weat Fonrth-street. ool
FINE TOILET SOAP-DO
vottrhandaand face commfmna chAanlna aa
wiutor approaches? Moro thnn likely It is caused hy
th aoap you me. Then try soma other kind. You
may possibly find an article that will keep your akin
smooth during the coldest weather W select our
siock with especial reference to this quality, aud
Is now larger anlaanre cnmplnte thai usual.
SOLON PALMER, Agent,
Manufacturer an J Importer or Peniimery,
0C1M No. S Vint Fonrth-street.
OFFICE OF THE PASSE N-
OKR RAILROAD COMP4MV ClV niN.
Itia 4TI. 8. is, corner of Third and Ku.j,..tr..t..
Ootober 19, lo0 This rood is now open. Cars will
Hart, at intervals of ten raiuntes.from 5-.ni A.M.
until midnight, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence street, and weatward on
Veurth-atreet to rimlth, and on Fifth-street
Wood. Citixenawlll pleaso beer in mind that the
Mrs will ItiTariably cross intorMOIing streets before
tupping tor pasafugerH.
JAMES J. ituuniMi, f resident.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
Tho ro-valnatloo of real estate, u returned
br tun District Assessors, is now open fur examina
i. a uu ivvniiii.iiuu ol inu timwi H DiuruDU
tion, at the County Auditor', office, to which atten
tion le directed. If any complaint is to be made, the
aame should be In writing, and previous to the fourth
Hondayin October, MM. after which no complaint
will be received.
By order of the Board of Xinalltatlon.
KENNEDVS MEDICAl DIS-
IIOVBBT ia oeknowledsed by the most hi
llwiit phyelcians, and br the most careful dru.glata.
throiignont mo uuiwu quio.. w .Uou..r..v..w..
blol-lurillreTr known.and to haTerelieyed more.
autfering, and enoctea more permaneui mira, inw.
reparation anowii iw ,iuraui "v
hoiun.Krysipetan.Bcald-head, scalr eruptiona
i.iinaver nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the eiatem rentored to full strengtti and vigor. Full
. i ni. tiirMttonafor thecuraof ulcerated aore
!... and otier corrupt and running olcert, is siren 1 B
the BHUiphlot with each bottle. Tor sale by JOHN JO.
. . . r- -urirui? ri EUTE N J IU1 . .ml MKIIKU.ia
u.uuiuv.ui.m.m w vw.
1IA.VB YOU SEEN IT!
H AT tTOBB.
. .. O0 i ... : .
T AD IB 3 OAST MAKE THEIR SELEC-M-A
HONS from a very choice stock,
menufrictured from New aad Wellseaaoned
-, : Bltlna, . " '
Kiareaaly tor , onr reUil trade, oompr)s!n all
the styles and grades of Fur woaw, at reasonable
prices. T;.i ",' :-' " i;i"':.i'v'iT'i'
J. C. TOVERS&CO.
UATTS& AN FURttlKOS, ,: ,
.No. 140 Mnla-atree,
One door below Fourths
C L O A K S!
UKBaUALBD IN STYLH,
' : ' UNEQTJALED IH QTJALIiy,- ''.; ri
: UNEQTJALED IN CHHAPJSfBSfi.
'.'. . ' Wl - ' , ..If, .1
V ". . 7"A-'' -J--!! I- it
lO Dollars, '
13 Dollars, "
15 Dollars, .
. .-.18 Dollars,
, 25 Dollars, v 7
35 Dollars!- ' ..!
-THE , i
, ; : Sfll.. .,' .t..i 7,1 ,-..v..i'-i,.4 i '
At All tha Abov Frtoee. i j ;
MILAN WRAPPER, !:
At All the Above Prtss, ' ,
At All the Above rrlees,
At TH l '
Pioneer Cloak Bazaar ',
Opposite the rostofflcc.
Harriet Beectaer Stowe'a Naw Books.
THB MINISTER'S WOOING..
By Harriet Beeoher Btowe, Auther of "Uncle Tom's
Cabin," "ured," to. 1 oL
VOL III. EVERETT'S OBATIONS
Orations and Baaecbea on variona oeeoslona.
Edwatd mverett. voi.i. avo.biota.
THK STUDENT'S HOME.
PrlC$'iseeeMMtvM. '." tes.eee tttieesteeet
,, HAERT III.,, ;, '
Prl09ltMese ' ...esae.eeee.ee Het..91e
SMOOTH STOCKS TAKEN TROM AN
By O. H. Spargeon. Prlc...........................,.,...,.Oo.
A LIFE FOR A LIFE. ;
In Library Style. Price - 81.
Another one of those bsantiful volumes of "Darlty's
..... Cooper." . - i
Prlee.,.M.M.,...M..M..HM.,........H....MM, ..,..,..,. II CO.
: For Sale by
Robert Clarke & Co.
No. SS WEST FOURTH-STREET.
PATENT ' MACHINE-MADE PAPER
BAQ8. for Grocers, Dntsttats. Tea Dealers and
others, made from extra quality of Wrapping, Ala.
nilla and White Tea Paper. , ...
tfO.OOO No. 1 Wrapping and Manilla
S(iuOMNo. t .
, ' o,onoMo. 4 . "" ,
, ano.oooNo. ' "' ... .. ..
8un,OilNo. 8 . - "": '
aoo.iio) No, to "
aoo.ooo No. ia . ,
JOO.OOONo. it ! " v
. . 200,000 No. .. . '"
300,000 No. 2 '
am.oooNo. l WhIUTeaXafls;
SDO.OJ0 No. 8
The shore are put tip in packages of 5O0 hags each.
we are manufacturing ironi an
thousand Boga per day.
N HON A CHATFIKLD.
Paper Bag Manufaeturers,
And Wholeaal. Paper Dealers,
77 and 79 Walnut-street.
. w. rav, i. w. j. Huur, . a. o. voov,
FEY, HALPIN & CO.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Vo. 31 BUth-atree, near Walnut,
Cincinnati, Ohio, will sell aud make cash advanoes
en mil kinaa ol mercnanni..
jugular sale dare: TUESDAYS and FBIDATS.
A LMO tvery Evening. ocMe
NEW BUCKWHEAT Another lot of extra
One New Buckwheat, "real Pennsylvania." Just
received and forsale by JOHN FEH(JUSO.,
oe21 . urocer, oorner mnia ana vine.
CJMOKED HALIBUT Some very aloe
K7 Smoked Manontjuatrecoiveaana rprsnie ny
23 Jims I aauuPQJ, wor. m anq vine.
ran HAS A lares and well assorted stock o
JL extra Oreen and Block Tea. In store and fo
oe Corner Klnlb and Vine.
: , :. !.. sif.v.- I -".vo v
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NEW AIXVEETT SEIENTS
ASSIONBE'S SALE-OF THATAME
Browery. Iiagar B-er Cellars 'and Malt Senses
of IT. A 1. A. LJNOlCi Will be sold atpublio Suction,
On MONDAY JdOMNINO. Oal:n.r uth. at 1
o'clock, at thai Borauda of the Ooort-holie, that
plenum urewitryot tinca'e, on thecorneror Wal
nut and Bainll ton Road, with all the Ground, Build
ings, Machinery, CoopsragK, Wagons, llore, Ac.
aijou iu.,piupui.j uii iuw-iirwi, wun tne maif
Houses and Lager HeerC'ellars, large Casks, and all
lu. uivrari. uaiixii.iuK .u ill. .mil. .inn.L
The sale tocoistlnu. from d to day, until sold.
Terms cash, r.f further particulars, inouire of
AM.gne," of K. a J. A. Linck.
. VV. PHILLIPS, ARTIST.
TUDIO NO. 30 FOURTH -STREET,
north side, between Walnntand Main-
United Statee tloted. lain now ready tn mint .11
klnda of .Plutures in oil colore, any site rrquired, in
fine style at short notice, and on fair terms. Persons
IWIneatadisteure who do..... .n kinH nt iiba,.-aa
f themselvM or friends, living or deceased, can rely
o n having th.m aconrataly oor,I.d and enlarged, by
M ndlng them by mail to mj r.djreen. Also, for sale
nve lino voioren, uiie-ene, ui (hograpu of our Lord,
tot.en by Mlddleton. Mtrnb ridge i Co., from my
orl,Ilnal painting. I'rlre,3 a copy. Deference can
behad Of the oltlr.ns of liii.einnatl gonorally, whero
I ha ve resided and practiced my prufewlon the last
twel ve years.
Editors friendly to Ar, who will give this adver
tisement one or twp ip.tertlons in their paper, will
receLTeaeopy of the Christ by applying to me as
atnaoke.eolisumlrjg Coal Cooking Store,
' ' j la without a rival. Call en
., , Inventors and Manufacturers,
' . Novelty Iron Works,
Fourth-street, 'West oi Smith.
r Xxiunla. the Alligator and road Testimonials.
i o.nii; j
.":,;'.; ' ONE WEEK.'
A k- i' j nr ;
: ".;'tA j 'i
LIFE ASSURINCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES,
l vi ( (POB1LT 1IOTDAL.J
slHn OH Rraidwav. New Yorla.
THIS COMPANY"" DIVIDES 'THfi
entire profits, pro rata, smung Its Policy Hold
er., legal Interest (7 per oent. only) la paid on its
etock, -which may, by Investment, reproduce about
that anonnt, tliorpby giving the assured all tho ad
vantage, of tho Puroly Mutual Hystem, with the
pledge of a Perpottml lanital Mock nnd the added
security that Its Uonrd uf Oirecturs hnve a Perma
nent Moneyed Ititori'at in conducting its arTuirs with
prudetcu aud Btrlct economy. i j f" f
.Its rav "save Bused, tapen the most approve Knllshf
tableaof murlnllty, v.rlfled by Amtrlcan oxpurlenfe
to til. -vreav'nt time. .......
By the Ghs rter, Dividends to the Afsured are to ,,e
deolareil even' fire years, and may be applied to (fe.
reduction of prvmluni.nr will bo credited upo u
policy, theroby h crenslng tho amount Insurer',
Partlea dalrlng to, Insure will be furnlrj6a wth
the (Society's publlca tious, rates, 4o.,grutis uponap.
plication to the Ageii.';
Ho. WILLIAM Ov ALEXANDER Presldeut.
r .IlEWRY B. HYDvVice Pralden',.
EuWAKI) P. WILLIAMS, Secretary,
i OHO. W. rilLUiira. Actuary.
, . ju r(v jf-f -sur
We, the undersigned, take pleasure In stating that
"The Equitable Life aaenrance Hoclety." of New
Tork.represented in tbl a oitv by David A. Trnai, Esq.,
iaentlroly worthy the oisnildence of this community,
and that the combination of the Mutual and Joint
Block principle aa by t'Jiem presented render tbla
Company one of the most desirable for Insurers lu
Stedman, Carlisle ft Shan, Stanhope 8. Bowe,
J. a. Gh.neweth A Co.. 8. tt. L'Homm.dien.
Blachley, Slmpsoni Co., , D. W, Corwin-. ... lrtn
Thompson A Xaaffe, ' H. E.-spencerT I1
DAVID A. TlftUAX, Agent,
3iWest Thlrd-streot, Iiasement Masonic Temple.
i, JOHN H.TAIT, M.D.,
oell . Examining Physician.
SIX CENTS J A lr1M
Pays for the Penny Press.
IVo, 11 W est Fourth-itreet.
HEAD QUART ES49
BOOTS AND SHOES.
1HAVB NOW IN STORB THB LARGEST
and best stock of Gentlemen's Shoes for Fall
wear to be found In ths oitv, which I am aelllng very
cheap for cash. . SOUS H, OKTUBs" .
WILLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, those Balldlngs, So. SEastTblrd.
Six Cents a Week!
Pays for the;PeiiTAyPre88,,""
, j(1 ; .iinli... lil Vi'ilto .
IVo.H Wtit Fourth-street.
IADD, ' WEBSTER & CO.'S
TiOOK BTITOH - fi m
80 . West FourilxTstreet,
Betwsen Tine and Walnut-streets, Clnolnnatl.
ssa- lend for a Olrtular. '. -",'- :
" HO. eut ST0AM0B1-8TKKET, , ,
Carmlno and Sboemakers Ink! Also, Fine
Harking Ink. The Carmine is a superior artlcl.
and can b used with a steel 'pen without changing
color, i All Ink. of my manufacture are warranted.
For sal, at 317 Main-street. ocl7aw
' LANC BODLf Y,.'
V!':'V ' , ... uivniinvnBflBl Al
Wdod.workins - Miioliinerir'
"" "and cirotaih -iiyr KruLW
Corner JobaUtnd Water; ts.i Clnolnnntl,0.
AUCTION SALE. BY C. J.W. SMITH.
Positive taler of , seven lots on Vine-slreet,- i i i o
above tHamlltnn Head. Will b sold at Public , , . ..
Auction, ta TUKHDAT ATTKRNOON, October 2J, f & '
lty'9, at three o'clock, ou the premlKtts, that valvals n-ml'i
property of Joliu H. Lewis, on the WBtldeof vine
stroet, above Hamilton Itoad, bi-inglfl) feet fronton ' a
thi West aide of Vine street by 163 to 1J4 feet deep to
Ohio-avrniio, divldt'd into seven lots: one lot. is (0
font front by IM ftetdedp, with good fMmo Ions BV ') X I
ef rl rooms; the other six are ..ch-iro feet frout. Title
perfect, bale positlv. Terms One ball cash, and
balauco one aua twoymrs, wttn interest secured.
UCTION SAX sBTj. G.i BRA-
8I1SAR! ft CO.-Sales-rooms Nos, 87 and 59
n-.trfft.-Orocerle.. Ac at Auction. we will
ell, SAIUbDAk' AlUBMKft.-Ocli.ber, J3, at t
o'clock, a general as.oitmentorGrnc.ries, eoniiUt
Ing of 74 brls. Molauscs, 50 brie. Hague, 150 kegs
Malls, m boxes, lbs. and ' Tobaeoo. ;
AL8n-BUnil(a Eopi, Bed-cords, Soap, Twine,
Oround Sploee, Wexlenare, OloMwate, Paper, -Indigo,
Nutmegs, Cigars, Tens, Ao.
oc21 ..,a. BKABUKAUa A CO., Auct'rs, .,
TUOS. W. FJMIX & tO.
. t.if.ii.'iiiM i .f ui v, i
HAVE'B ST'ABIiISHBD THB FACT,
that they are soiling lumber at their yard on
Kreeman-atreet, nexito Cinojnuatii GftjuUtoa and '
Dayton Bailroou, , . , , , ,.
AT LOWER PRICES
't-:. " !(. . .
Than any o.; tumVr pealera In th dty.
They submit ths following list of prices: "n i u
... Cash. tHo'r.
Clear lumbar.vll tlilcknosiee, Hn. mejl;7 40tus" vi
Best Common, ljnnda inch Plank K ,0p AA i,,,
Best. ; 1 inch Boards.........ZZ.. 23 S 25 0,';, j
Second J' thlckpeesoe .ZT. 16 do 17 1 "
Third " '""Boanl..lli.i.w....fcm..id.7,..; 13 If" ".''
Grub planktlbee iea8re:.:.u,'r...t....i!J,.,;'M WW'S0 mets'l
Hemlock Joist, Scantling and Tlmber,r.. 1, ,.'-..i w
j-epiat' i ...... i J so n oo -
Third ' " " " Is 60 20 m H
rirot uommoa weather t
Cedar Post, A by t, 8 (eat,
V"1" !! ufP fvftng,
Firot Common Weather Boards IS oe ;I7 St V. . Ut I
Second " " 12 00 13 OO
8 (est, per nuaurdw M 00. f 0 us . ,-,
Oat...." " ..;: 33 66 '.V. ..'.'
Locust " " ' " L l M 22 SO , . .
Afurtherredaction of iW percent, wijl be made on ' '' "
bills of 8J00 or more. I t t .) 5 I A 1 i.
We have one of the largest aud beat selected stocks , , T
ef Lumberiu tlOiiwMuiaU darwhiah w.offor IC'.'l
for sale at toe above prites. .
v-v I iUUU. II.
aepara; .:,,!k-i. . ; .v nr-:r
MADAME BLIIS, M, D., HAS FOUND ;' : "
at last just what the Ladles hove long needed
and looked jor in vain, the Uterine Elixir. . . , ; i,:i i ,
The Uterine Elixir Is, warranted to oure all dis. i-u ,. 'j
easea of a .Uterine Hsluroi luflummatlon of the i
Womb, the Kidnnys, the Ovaries, aud the Urethra, ,i - :;.-. ,v
Prolapsus r .'oiling of tho Womb, Painful llenstru. , - , -1
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; iuiact, aporfectcure ...i .,: . . ..
is guarrauteed by the use of irom two to Sve battles ... n.
of the Elixir, of any disease whatever of. the Goner n I ,,,,!:
ative aud Uslnary-Organs, of male or fmuale, no,
matter of how leug standing. Price. Si per .Bottle. .
Madame ELLIS culls particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati.
"To iu PuBiiiOAXD thi Ladies in PiBTianm. ,,
We,,thenudursigoed, are not in the habit of giving
our name to I'atout Medicines; but knowing well the
Lady Physicians and the medicine called the Uterine 1
,Slixlr,.wo Cheerfully recommend it- to all female.
Suffering from Female Biwaxee of anr kind; it is 1
Burelv veuetablS.- and in- no cnae efln do Iniurv: w.
aay to.all try, and our. word fur it, you will tlud re- '
nor.' i ... f. i.uin,,irug(
ssp27 i "Oerner of Fifth and Bace-atrseU."
. t .,..,; . a- 1,80-' I ip v''-t'
MAflAMB ELLIS'S SPANISBl SIMO-m ;.. u
LATINO BALSAM cures, without fail, psmS '""pl '"'"
In the lit oust. Bnok.Bideor Limbs; Oonghsj (joldst'
HoaraenoBSf-WfilCTilty of Brtmhtng, Headache, Flat--
nlency, Uiartburn, Obronlo llheumatlam,. Bitlleos -,i t ir -i
Oholic, Cramp Cbolic, Griping Pains of the Bowels. -' 1
Dullness, Stupor, Inactivity, Loas of Appetite, and
In Painful Menstruation it la a certain oure. and
f lives Immediate relief. In any of the ubove diseases
t will give relief In twenty minutes, and a perma
nent oure by the use of Ho bottles. OulyWoauta
per bottle ao cheap that every person can get It.
BILL, Druggist, corner of Jtaoe aid JTiflh-.treetiL
aud HOWAitD cHJAlvLANA CO.. Drtisuists D. B.
timer or tn. above medicines to be bad of T.B,
corner of Main and Fourth-street; J. I). Park, cor
ner Vourth and Walnut; or of BlilGHAM CO.,
Mat'.utacturera. No.- 24 Eiut Fourth. ilr-t. Oincim.
aa',-0. ! .: .. .. i . i sepW-ay :.
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wniTHE OYSTER TRADE.
TODD'S OYSfTER IiqUSEi:,
A ND . WIIOIESALB AND RET A I L
X. Act nor, for. the sale of Hutch, Mann A Co 'a
iBhell, Keg, and Can Oyataia - Also, Kresh Cove and
Sp,.d Oysteis) Ac. My many friends and patron
will find only choice articles, and at aa low prices a
mora cuaigeu lur luieriureisewnere.
Oy.tera oooked in Eastern style at oar mssal mod
erate ebarges. tv'. .. ; -' v ,- ,-''' ..
K.member, 23' Walnnt-street, Ifth asior ,'abova 1
Sixth, Cincinnati, Ohio. oclg
f) OYSTERS, h(7)
TODD'S OLD STAND.
NO.50 6IXTH:s'TREIT. iameecbiv
1NO daily, Bowe, Mahoay A Co.'. Clebrated
Planted 0atara,wbich I am sailing at unprecedented
low prices by case or dosen. D.alers aad Famlliesi
wanting a very large, f. h Oyster, will plwm send
their orders. Attached to this establishment Is
nice, quiet, nspeetable Saloon, where you can have
OyK'era Cooked in every style, aud served op in
olea i and auparior manner. Charge less than at any .
qthr place. oeinj' JOHN NAIRN,.
Z. . .... FB.ESH . . :
Oyster Importing' House.
NO. SI WKST FITTH-STREBT.
THE SUBSpRIBBR IS NOW RECEIV
ING ikllv. iwr Kictm.. his anlendid Oysters.
Having cpmpieteu arrangements in uaiiimore. en
the most extensive seal, I will at all tiruee dnrinc ;
the season be prepared to fprnlsB any friend., "ana
the rent of mankind," with, the most DEL1CIODS
Bl v ALV j;s imported to tha yaeen utty. None but
the very beet I m ported. Giieat iaducm.nts offered
at this Imnortlna-honsa.
- Order siollcltod and pros aptly filled. Terms cash.
Bolelr tparterand Proprietor.
... MALI, I HI - i
FUESU i CAN:i
Spioed Oy iters.
HE SUBSCRIBER, IS NOW RECEIV-7
ING DAILY, bv th. Adiams Sxsress. MALT...
BI'8 worldenownMl Balllimare ,,
Freshman, Keg. nnd Shell 0yter.-
ITM.h, H.nnetleallsM SsT.OaTB, BPICBD and .
H.LIlDOXTBBII. . . ,..
E0BERT OCRE, Agent.
ffMty ; . P.T.t,LjyMtyifth-street1
' ' SALT-WATER AX D LAKHS FI8II
j t" ' n - . . '. i ' U r- .
TOZER'I EASTER N FISH DEPOT,
: Na. $08 Tlne-su, B t. Flflb aad Sixth. - f
MR. ,T 0 Z 1 B. BHlOg TO ANNOUNCB
that be has established a regular depot for the
tale ol all kinds or silt-water Fish, fr..h from Hew '
Turk ; also Lake fish from Cleveland aud Kandunky;
together with Olams aud Oyeters in the shell, lob. .
stars. Crabs, Eels (alirej, and Jill kind, of seasonable
flume and Caa Ovators. 11 o will furnish tbeaoove--named
articles CUka PSB THAN ANT OTBBtt
PLACI IK THE CUT. Vaially orders promptly
fettSd to aad asnt heme Ires ef .bars.. Plsaaa '
eajlaad ltv. v.er orders. , eelt-tf '
No. 378 MAIN-STREET, ;
BETWIBN SIXTH AMD SEVENTH, ' !
MANUIAOIUBER ' AND IMPOBTBS "
of - il ., ,' . o .j,- i 1.1 , ,
Sanaa. Parfstnieryi Fancy Goads. aVe i
HWHtea I will sell cheaper-sha (any other place In u bi.tV
the elty. Yon will Bnl a large assortment of IX
TH ACTS at as esaU par lottlo. ocU
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