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?IOXDY
...OCTOBER 41
Turn-Outs.
alleged weknen b Imputed to torn ot
ur City Fathers, who evlno a Strang hos
tilltto "turnout" for railroad tracks, but
uniformly tarn Id on their pastes for travel.
Xfa do uot desir to turn out any Councilman,
tut w hope Couoollmen will favor at once
turn-outs Tor oonrenienoe on railroad tracks.
At Our Post—Both of Us.
After a ton days' alienee from the iile of
our assoclat the Giant of the Sinkt Pause
the "other" of ui hitches to the team again,
and, of oourso, united, we will propel. Mat
tore and thinge at homo and abroad since we
left have got a little mixed Old Ossawot
omio has been doing himielf Beow.t, and
Mrs. Ovmoo bat had a "brilliant" time.
AVe oan't reoognite her at a diamond of the
fret water, unlest the dsTiJes a portion of
Lor wardrohs with Mies Flora McFlimiit.
This lady, with "nothing to wear," we learu,
design to pratide next New Year'i Fay at a
rooeption table, hoping eome "Cuban" may
"give her a call."
Have We A City Marshal, Legally,
Among Us!
A question of Interest to the people remains
unsettled, whether the appointment of Bsm
jjin Hobiniox, as Ckiof of Folio by the Polio
Couiinissiornri, or the election by the people of
John S. QkXO, as City Marshal, Is according
to Jaw. The City Counoll hat recently re
awakened" an earnest consideration of the
merits of the case. On Saturday, the aubjeot
was before JuJgo Mallow In the Hamilton
County Distriot Court, who will determine
to-day whether the eaute shall coin up for
hearing Immediately, or be reserved for the
direct asi final determination of the Supreme
Court.
The News.
The lino of telegraph specially eosstruoted
from Farther Point on the St. Lawrence Hirer,
tires hundred miles below the City of Quebto,
Canada East, passed te us last night a meagre
portion of news from Europe to the 13th Inst.,
by the jLngh-Samtn. Twe Grtat Eatttrn has
made a trip to Holyhead, but from defeots of
the boiler will hare to make suitable repairs,
and perhaps may lay up at Southampton for
repairs and not some to the United States.
Humors prevail that a difficulty hat ooeurred
lu the English Cabinet on the China question.
The English Thunderer, the Londtn JVmet,
plays ibe bally toward the United States about
the San Juan difieulty. If John Bull don't
shut up, the lenlcia Boy will giro him a
willing. The noted English Engineer, Robt.
STrrnusos, is reported to be In a dying condition.
Masonic Grand Lodge of Ohio—Important
Proceedings.
The Grand lodge, recently in session in
CWuinbus, has adjourned, and we take occa
sion to note some important legislation, inter
iMiug to the Craft, and other.
'Xhe following questiou was submitted to
Uio Committee on Masonic Jurisprudence :
I'lSCirLIKt BY OTBIB IU8OXI0 BOD1SS DOBS HOT
rrricT standing or trams tueoKS.
"Doe the expulsion or suspension of a mem-
rer of a Lodge from a Chapter of Royal Arab
Miieonn nfleet his standing iu a Lodge of Mas
tor Masons T" who made report " that Mil'
tj'iuio utuge it clear upon this point that
expulsion or suspantion from any oilier body
u'Maauiii oan not a fleet the standing of a
Master Mason, and for obvious reasons.
"l.Bvcuuse the Lodge can uot have any cer
tutn knowledge of what transpires in such
cibor body.
"2. A Chapter of Royal Arch Masons might
expel or suspend a member for the violation
t ejus obligations or rule of which a Lodge
of Master Masons was entirely ignorant, and
which bad no reference to any obligation or
duty of a Master Mason."
Tho Committee finding that rule sixteen ot
'he Grand Lodge of Ohio, for the government
of subordinate Lodges, was in conflict with
-what they esteemed to be, at above, clearly
established principles of Mosonio law, recom
mended that rule sixteen be rescinded, which
-ti5 uuKuiiuously agreed to.
Tho fallowing rulo is no longor one of the
ruireiueutii, vis :
"Sec. It. It shall be unlawful for any
Lodge uuder thit jurisdiction to receive as a
visitor a brother while known to be under
nantenoe of suspension or expulsion from any
eiiiBtitutiunal Masonio body."
AX A UASTKBOf A LODGI BISIGg HIS OfriOl?
Ir, was determined that au officer of a regu
lnr Lodge, after having been duly elected and
iu stalled, oan not resign his office so long as
lie run a in s a member of the Lodge. His
place, on removal from the Lodge, by ancient
3f.ge, it filled by the Senior Warden, and in
his absence, by the Junior Warden.
KVIDB5CI Or ISrRISOSMB.tT Of JVBISDICTIOil.
The following preliminary ttept have been
ordered by the Grand Lodge, to arold great
delay and confusion created at eaoh session by
tho production en appeal ofjill-amnged testi
mony. It was made Imperative that "hereafter,
when any complaint shall be preferred against
a lodge for the infringement of another cnt's
jurisdiction, It shall be the duty of the Secre
tary to make out and transmit to the trespass
ing lodge a eopy of the names of the persons
ts.t wrongfully taken, together with notioe of
the time and place where testimony will be
taken to sustain or rebut eaid chargss, at leatt
ten dayi prior to the session of the Grand
Lodge,'
THE OLD "OONSTITDTIOSS."
A spoial committee of three, connieilng f
Tiiome SrAtaow, of Columbia, Bar. Wn.u.tu
L. Hi p bis, of Delaware, and William M.
C'lHSlNfiBiH, of Newark, wat applated to re
port al next trand Communication what
auondments are necessary to reconcile al
lc0"d disorepanoles between several provisions
of "The Ancient Constitutions" now approved,
liiid the constitution of the Grand Lodge of
Ohio.
BKQBKTaBT Of A IMOBMSATI TO Hill A
TBABSCRIPT I ArPBAL CA9IS.
It was made a regulation that when a notice
f appeal has been duly given endtr o.
2i, of the "Kales and Regulations," on de-
trnod by the aoouied, It shall be the duty of
the Secretary of such lodge to make and fur
nish the aocBied a eertlflsd eopy of the pro
ceedings had In hit case without delay.
An additional p repetition to allow the See
i tiiary a restonable eompentatloe therefor, to
bo determined by the lodge, WM T9tt4 d
Death of John Sayers.
V wars present at the lust meeting of the
Cincinnati Horticultural Sooiety lu tho Palace
Garden Building, wbeo Joust Satbrs), mesiher
of the flooiety and Chairman of IU Counoll, an
nounced hit determined trip to Europe, with a
request that hli resignation thould be accepted.
Appreciating the value of hit former service,
and the eipeoted lncretsof b! usefulness, the
resignation was not accepted, and the lev
eracoe of his ce-ijianlonship with our enter
prising gardeners was cheered with asturanoes
of confidence and earnest appreciation of hi)
merit, personally and professionally. Ueparted
with us amid felicitations and in groat hope
but, midway of the Atlantic the engulping
waters swept the noble Satebs from tho deck of
the laboring vessel, whloh was writhing like
the Laocoon in the tmbrtcc of the marine
monsters the waves and the whirlwinds of the
deep. He wat In the unaelflih act of terving
others in the dark hour, and wat berse fresh
from the mission of benevolence to the horn
of the Authct of his being, and the benevolent
rather of all good. The trembling ferns, the
fuel end algae of the ocean garden will wave a
noiseless requiem ovtr the girdeaer of the
West. No architectural splendor ef man's
sacrod devotion covers the remains of our de
puted friend Satebs, but his memory is en
shrined in grateful hearts. Hit companions of
the Cinoinnati Horticultural Sooiety have made
reoord of their appreciation of his life and loss
by tbe adoption on Saturday ot tne louowing
resolutions :
Whereas, The paiuful and melancholy in
telligence has reached the members of the
Cincinnati Horticultural Society that their
fellow-member and honored citiien, Jobn
Sayers, is no more: that on tbe 22J day of
September, 1859, about mid-ocean of tbe At
lantic, on board the steamship Bcnaria, and
while in the performance of a humane duty,
tho waves dashed over the vessel's deck and
hid his beloved form front our vie'.T forever;
therefore, be it
Rttolmi, That it it with emotion t of deep,
unfeigned and heartfelt sorrow that the
members of the Cincinnati Horticultural So
ciety receive the newt of thit tad, unex
pected calamity, and that his depaiture from
amomg us has create a void impossible to
aii.
Ruolfi, That in the death of John Sayert
the scienoe of horticulture, with all its oon
csmitant bra.nob.e3, has lost one of its most
devoted votaries, and this Society tbe fellow
ship and counsel of a true and sincere friend.
Xttulvti, That as a Christian be was of tbe
most exemplary character; at a man of busi
ness the very eoul of honor; as a member of
society, social, humane, benevolent, generous,
just and magnanimous, with
"A combination and a firm, Indeed,
To glre the world asauraace of a man."
Jtuolvtd, That at a father, husband, friend
and publie benefactor, the name of John
layers stands out la bold relief, at ones a
model and copy for those of us who may be
spared a utile longer journey along tne path
way or I we.
Jtetolvtd, That the members of this Sooiety
deeply sympathise and condole with the
family of tbe deceaiod in this their hour of
solemn bereavement
JimlvJ. As a mark of respect and esteem
for the memory of the deoeaetd, that thit So
oiety do now adjourn, without the considera
tion and transaction of its customary business.
Jttolved, That these resolutions be printed
by order of the Society, and a copy transmitted
to tne surviving lumiiy.
is
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LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Sunday Evening's Dispatches.
Four Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE ANGLO-SAXON.
FARTHER POINT, October 23.
The tteamehip AnyLi-Sajon passed this
point thit morning on her way to Quebeo,
wuere sue win oe one to morrow morning.
Her dates from Liverpool are to tbe 13th lost.,
four days later thau those received by the Eu
ropa. The tteamihip ,'Grtat Eif ttrn had
reached Holyhead, and hor performance,
though said to be successful during tbe run
from Portland, showed only moderate speed,
and doubts are expressed of her being dis
patched oa the proposed American trip thle
season
The peace negotiations in th Zurich Confer
ence are said to be making but little
LIVERPOOL MARKET.
LIVERPOOL, October 11, 1859.
Tho Cotton market doses firm ; sales for tbe
last three days have been 28,000 bales, inclu
ding 2,500 on speculation, and (,000 bales to
exporters. There has been an improved de
mand for fair and middling qualities, though
some authorities quote au advanoo of i.
Tbe Manchester advices ore unfavorable, and
all descriptions ef goods have deolined. Yarn
are fully x lower for eome description.
Breadstuff's closed firm. Tbe American ad
vices brought by tbe Ttrna having oaused an
advance. Flour is firm at an advanoe of fld
It per sack and bbl. Wheat ia also firm at 2d
advance per cental. Corn firm, at an advance
ef Od($li per quarter. No quotations are given
by the circulars. The news by the Ptnia
oaueed an advance in Corn, as well as for other
descriptions, but at the tame tirae checked bus
iness. Provisions quiet. Bef steady. Pork
dull at SOt. Bucon dull. Lard quiet, but
ttcady. For tallow Ue market in generally
unchanged.
Pot aud pearl ashes are steady i 37s. 6d.
27e. 0d. lor both. Sugar steady. Coffee
quiet. Kice firm. Besin steady.
LONDON MARKET.
LONDON, October 11.
Wheat closed firm at a partial advance of
is. Sugar firm. Coffee firm. Tea also cloaed
firm. Rice steady. Linaaed Oil 28a. fid.
American securities are generally un
changed. Consols aje are quoted at 95 D8.
A proclamation of the Zurich Conference is
anticipated. The difficulties that hinder ad
justment have not beeu tattled, and it is con
sidered doubtful when tbe treaty will be
signed. The three plenipotentiaries held a
conference on tbe 9th inBt., alter which cour
ier were dispatehed to Vienna and Turin.
The correspondent of tbe London Timu snys
the delay is attributed to Austria, and that
the Vieuna Cabiuet is doing all it can to wi?j
France to its views, while at the fame tin Je
it is reported as preparing a coalition agai utt
Napoleon in uermauy.
daEAT Rritais. The trmt Eurn l.ft
Portland at four o'clook on the afternoon of
tbe 8th, and anohored at Holyhead at four
o'clock on Monday afternoon, tbe iv'.b. Tbe
distance run in tbe foriy-eitihc hours ( cbai
puted at something over tire hundred and
fifty miles. The averago iecd for. tbe whole
trip wat a little over thirteen knots, butduring
tbe greater part of the trip the engines were
not run at over half sped. Tbe paddles
averaged ten and the screw thirtv-eiiht revo
lutions per minute, working at a pressure of
twenty pounaa ot steams, xjie greatest speed
attained was fourteen and av-half knots, or
nearly seventeen miles per hour. This wa
aeoomplithad without special eitrtlon by tbe
engines, but there was considerable 'canvas
spread. The westker was squally, and at
times there wa a long, neavy ground swell,
causing, according to some authorities, a good
deal cf pitching and rolling, while others sny
that the motion at all times was very slight.
and the ship under the most perfect oontrul. It
is reported tnat sbe would remain at lloiybead,
ten or twelve dayi and then proceed to South
ampton. She is to have her boilers thoroughly
repaired, tn accordance with tuo requirements
of the Board of Trade.
The correspondent of th London TVotm,
who wa on board th Or tat Eaitern, in a let
ter written before the run to Holy head, says
thai tho ship will probably lay up tt South
ampton dorms the winter.
The Government, it is understood, has
given an order to Mr. Napier, the well
known ship-builder, for the construction of
an irom stoomjram oa the Clyde.
Tbe Loudon Timet characterises General
Harney's act at San Juan as a gratuitous in
sult to tbe British Empire, and one whieh
can not be passed over. It expresses the I
belief that to large 'class of the Americans
will support tbo policy which has been in
augurated by General Harney, but thlnkt the
raisMon of Lieuteaaiit General 8cott would
result in the peaceful settlement of present
difficulties.
Humors are afloat of considerable differ
ence! in the English Cabinet in relation to
the Chinese question, and there appears to
be a probubility of a split.
Bobert Stephenson, the eminent engineer,
reported is dying.
The builder' strike It still unadjusted.
Fbanci. The Emperor Napoleon and the
Empress Eugenie met with a woe cntbuii
astio reception on thoir vltit to Bordeaux.
The speech made by the Emperor produced
favorable impression. He said that the
French Government, which ha been the
means of rettoring the Pepe to the ponti
fical throne, would only give such respectful
counsels ts were directed by it sincere devo
tion to the interest of Ei Holiness, but it
could not be alarmed about the day whioh
wat not far distant when Borne would be
evacuated by the French troops.
From Washington.
WASHINGTON, October 23.
Baring tne last week the Postmaster General
discontinued seventy-Are small pottoffices,
many others bavingbeen previously aooiisneu.
Tne Hew Orleans fxeoyunt of laesoay, re
ceived by mall, says a number of private letters
from Vera Crut allude to tbe threatened expe
dition against that city, Alvasodo and other
places on tbe gulf ooast, bat none of tb writers
appear to eatertam any ieart ei iui, puuuoi
from any protection the Constitutional Govern
ment would be nble to afford them, but from
the well-known jealousy of the opposing party.
The argument appears to be this, that even In
ease Mirsmon really contemplated such an
expedition, he would not dare set out on It lest
during bis a;ense Jiarquea luou'.a seise upon
the Government.
River News.
ST. LOUIS, October 23.
The river it stationary at thit point, with
SJ4 feat water to Glro, tb channel having
washed out considerably witbln th past few
days, which has materially improved naviga
tion. Nothing Important from any ef th
upper streams. Weather clear and pleasant
LOUISVILLE, October 23—P. M..
River falling slowly, with S feet J inohes la
the canal.
Destructive Fire at Louisville.
LOUISVILLE, October 23.
A fire broke oijt :!;! on Main-street,
destroying thestooksof Jlessr. Wilson & tar
Wrd, druggists; loss, $70,000; and Messrs.
J. Watson Jt Co., saddlery ; loss $15,000; dam
aging Peter ABuobanan's Agriculture estab
lishment to the amount of $10,000, and J.
Crabb & Co., dry-good, $10,000, besides other
smaller amounts. All mostly iaturtd, partly
ia Eastern offices.
Later from Carlisle.
CARLISLE, PENN., October 23.
Tb man arrested yesterday on th sus
picion that he wat Captain Cook, glvtt hit
name as William Harrison. lie it still in cus
tody. It is reported that he will bo brought
before the Court to morrow, on a writ of
Meat eirpu; with the view of effecting hit
discharge.
Consecration of a Bishop.
RICHMOND, October 23.
Tbe Rsv. C. Say, of Alabama, wat to-day
consecrated as Missionary Bishop of th
South-west.
DIED.
Tt7DOH.-On Bstindar, Octnlirr tt, at S o'clock
P. M., ol icnrlet fever, Alice Virgiula, daughter at
Hkhard and fclli Ann I'mior, a-l tlirr .srt,
tbire month, ami eiglitwm days.
'I bn fiiucnil will ink. place Irom the residence of
tier l.'ber. Ho. 171 tatt Tliird-.treet, this ditr. Octo
ber 14, nt9 o'clock. Tne friends of tb. family are
iuvlted toatt.nd without furtber nolle.
WOODMAN.-Oh Friday morning, October it, at
tho roilileuco of Mr. 8. A. Chaiupixn, Columbus,
Ohio, Kdoard Woodman, of tUll city, aged forty,
eigbt yuare aud niu. mouths.
FK AZEB On Friday, the 21st Inst., at It o'clock
P. M., of rcarlet fnvor, Alice M. Frueer, ouiy (UukIi.
trr of Julio aud lloaauna U. i" rarer, iu theeloTouth
year of her age.
MVINGBTON.-In Kowport, Ky., of typhoid fe.
Ter, on tlio 23d Instant, Bl th. residence of bis pa
rents, on Miulisun atn .t, t of York, Ttloe. Lir
iligfttoD, anfl twenty-two y.ar.
I lie fuDorul will tako place this aft.rnoon at I
o'clock. Kriouda of th. family are luviled to attend
without further notice.
mw Now York iiaperx pleat, copy.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Fills.
Purely Vegetable and Pleasant to Use.
HVAdmltted to be tb Best Family Fill In ae.
Prepared onlj by
GEO. M. DIXON, Drnulit,
auM-cm Oorn.r of Fifth and llnln-etraeti.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
A PUBLIC LKCTUKB WILL
bn delivered at OL'NPHT'8 MERCAN-
L. it. COl.L MJIC. corner of Vlflli ami Walnut.
Street., THIS EVENING, by th. Principal, com
mencing at 74 o'clock, on wliicli orcwiiou he will
review ino pnnilo remarks or tt. M. Vnrtletton last
Monday eve.ing. oj-a'J JNO. OUNDllY,
CALLED 1WEET1 NOTHE
MnmUri nf V M-.,lH a
ennui! ara particuUrly requeued to nioet at their
now uuiiuium. tin mi) iiii in mmm ui IwUIirt30'.
.hA.a l'il,. TIJIU ITVCVIVIIl i t..V..- ... ... ml)
u'olcck. A lull ftitendiinetj will bo ex pt-ciod, u buii-
UBW Ul lUiyWK INl'I Villi uv trttiiifitcieu.
TIIH MKMBBKH OK KfclV-
tuckv Ldii No. 1. Aniorlfftn P
atlitn. in a rauufiitad to me.tiLt tlnlr HrII T II I M
AyTMtSOO. at i.nu a'chck. tontlai.tl th ln,,r.l
of our docearicd brother Thoe Llvlngaiou. Slembeis
oi oiner boni;. iu guoa stanniog are uiTiteil to at
tend. Byr,nier, THUS. m. illGGS, W. M.
ii. n. ur,sM8',N, nee, aeo y. 0C24a
ftaf-SHAPPRD HANI. PACE,
ic.-PALMKRSIOLYCKRIilE lOTION Is
eniiial freo frnn, all unplvaui odor, and an It pot
s' sk.s ri-taarkabl. healing firnprtiei. It I. the alnoet
...-. nun iuu iiwrwu. wa. are
trou oted with chapped hauda.
A WANIUVK. V challenge a eomparlion of
oiir. riiui wilh any brought to thl market. V
al evays hr a Ireah articl. on haad. &b
IIILUCKKAU F ROt, LIP.SVTTVE,
flfcr Jionetanlly preparing tliew articles and oaa
ii-eilkK safaBeih aitnnlv 1M.
, . , , h0LO'N j'ALItER, Agent,
Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumer, Jo 8t
W.et jfuiirth-etreet. pn
FIXE TtMLET SOAP. DO
ynnr hands nnd tw oommnnn ahaanlnv u
uiuier ai)Dn,ai:hea? Mor than llkalv It In amu.-.!.
th soap yon n. Then try loinati'h.r kind. Von
nay p ,iljiy And an article that will keep your skin
rmouth during th. colilwt wnither We lect our
dock with .special r.ler.nc to Ihia quality, ana it
Is Bow larg.r.ui SB'.re cotnnlet. tl'.n usual.
8OI.0S PAL. Milt, Airent,
lltntifs.tnrer anil Importer of Perfumery,
or) Vu. as VWit Fourth-street.
fllAT DR. KOBACK'S SCAN.
DINAVIAN Blood I'llll nnd Dlnnd Pnrl.
tier ure a positive cure for Dy.pernia it proved by
iimnorous Uetluioniale iu the lioctur. p.,.Bfj.lou,
vhlch can be examined at hli office, So. 0 Eist
Fwrth-ntriyt, hy any one at auy time. ocl-um
OFFICE OV THE PAHEIV-
CEIl RAILROAD f)11PVV nv rtiv.
"'"in,!! n.cornaroi iniro and Itaco etleete,
Octnlwr IS, IKS TliU roal la now opon. Oar. will
alart.at Intervals of ten mlnut froui t:Hi A. M.
until nildoUht, running caaiward to TlilrU-.treet
from Kood to Lawrence atreet, and we, t ward on
Fourih-itret tn hiuith, aud en Flfih-itret to
Wool. ottlien. will pleiui. Ixar In miiirttli.t the
cars will Invariably cro Interj.ciiug atreet. befoie
l tor plug lor iusi n"r..
tcl-ir JAM KH J. TtOHBIS, PrenM.nt.
(farK13NNED8 MEDICA1V DIS-
t'ta COVKBY I. acknowledged by ILe most em
Incut phyelclnni, nnd hy Hi. moet careful driUKlet.
tlirougliont the United State, to be theiuoatemx iiial
blorMl-purilli'rover known, aud lo liavo relieved more
eutfcrine, bn-l effectod morn pornmnent curea, (ban
auv preparation known tit tho proleeelon. tkri'fula.
Stilt lthtmiri. klrjuwift., Scald-head, aenjy eniption.
of whatioaver nature, are cured by alow bottle., and
th'.yelHii retnrml to full ti renin h nnd vigor. Full
iuu vapncii. uirvuiious ivr luacurooi uiceraivu aore)
leKt, and otlier corrupt a nri raiitiiug ulcers, ii given in
the pamphlet with a h bottle. For tule by Jt)HN I).
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Li a dies', Furs!
OUR NEW STOCK OF FURS
laaew rralr for exhibition. Tbe assort.
meat Is larf e. Thsjr are well -made, BaUAita goods,
ad will be told at Low raicat.
WM. DOOD & CO,
HATTIRI AND FURRIERS,
Wo 144 Maln-atreet, Below Fourth.
iPta.Kwiaa
CLOAKS
-ASJ-
SHAWLS!
ON MONDAY,
OCTOBER 24.
COLE & HOPKINS,
OOBNBB OF
FIfTll Al VINMTS.
oo24-tf
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DANCING SCHOOL,
MELODEON HALL.
Mone. and Mad. Ernest
fBESPECTFTJLLT INFORM THEIR
former patrons, aad tb. cittaens of Cin
cinnati and vlelalty, that tbelr School will
open on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1859.
t2WI
Western Commercial College.
THE EVBNING SESSION OP
thit College will b. kept np nntil May.
LtOTCBSg delivered every evening.
I'rofeseore-C. (JONKLINO, A.M.; Ai. HEBOID,
I. W. lioXJB, JT. ODkKKLlMC.
ocll-a K. NBLSOK, Principal.
Glycamyl of Roses,
FOB THE CURE AND PREVENTION
of Chapped Hand, and face, Sore Lips, Rough,
neieot tbe Bkln.otc. This it the most elegant and
ettectual compound ever prepaied for tho purpose,
being faretiperior to oola cream, lotions, Ac, an it
doea uot soli or become rancid, and way be readily
removed from tender aurlaces by water alone. La
diet and g.ntlemeD will flud it a really superior arti
cle, and oue that Ihej ahould not fail t use.
Prepared aud for idle hy
bUIBfi, I0KBTEIN A CO.,
taU-t Oppoelte tin Poetofflc.
Compound Chlorine Tooth
wash.
nnHn compound chlorinb tooth-
JL WASH effectually cteaaeee tb. Teeth and
Slontb, speedily remove, all canker and loreneia;
likewise the eniell or taeu from the tuo of tobacco,
aud all that le offeneiv. In th. broath. Itpretarvaa
'he teeth and mouth, in all rospecte, In a clean and
healthy wudltion. lor sale by
ttl'IUK, UCK8TEIN A 00.,
eeMe Opponile the Posiolhc.
Keith & Co.'s Concentrated
Medicines.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS
for tb sale of Keith & Ce.'a Conoentrated
Medicines, w. are now prepared to furnish tbetaal
manufacture' loweat pri.s.
bUIUE, tCKSTblN A CO., Druggists,
ocUe Oppoelt. the PoitolHoe.
Glycerole of Arnica.
AS A REMEDY FOR BRUISES, CUTS,
BtiiDt, Scaldt, Ac, th. Olycerol. of Arnica le
nilvaled. It is tnor. tliau th'e. times tbe itrengtk
ot th. tincture), and caueus Deltber pain nor smarting
in th. application.
Prepared aud told by
bt'IBK, ECKSTEIN CO.,
octt-e lppolt. th. Poatofllot.
Congress Water.
Rf CASES CONGRESS WATER, PINTS,
-w" Just received dln-ot frern the Springs.
Fortale by U1UI, ROKSTblM ft CO.,
cMo lippilt tin Postoffle.
T IG1ITE A BRADBURY'S NEW BCALB.
Jtj I am thle nay reoeiving tome of
in. auove unrna eu rianoe. AIo.
. Also, jfTr7ff!fej
Co., and KVfVtnl
whichifnnrii
for ciakih.
eome ol William iiaene Vo.
oilier a.od niak.ra ll ut wh
will aell at great rednctlOD. for ca.h.
or will rent and l. t Hie reut pay lor the Piano.
C. M MCHU II , 74 West t'.urth-ttroet.
Thd largeet stock of Heludeont in th. city. oci.
TJIANOS AT NO. C6 WEST f OUftTU-
-aa. BTll,l!.r. nailI,llRVIIeTU). ;
Uatleton Brother.; ferera, 'rngg
! . Rmvali. Hiinniilte A II nT I I
b. sold at prices that can not f til to 13
nit f n.h nm u II I - .... I B .
the rent pay for the Piano. J. CHTJRCH, Jr.
Th. largeat eteck of Melodeoni in the cliy. QtH
HENRY DAVID,
No. Q78 MAIN-STREET,
BITWfilN BIXTH AKD B1TEXTH,
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER
Moap., Parflsaerrr, Taaay Coexle, A.,
Which IUI ill cheaper lavin any ether plac.1
th. eltr. You will flad large actortm.nt of IX
TH APT attaints per tll. ocif
HEAD QUARTERS
roB
BOOTS AND SHOES.
1UAVE NOW IN STORE THE LARUEST
and beat stock of Gontlemen'a bhoea for fall
wcartolw found In tb. elty, which lam eelliugTeri
cheap for cash. JOHN II. IEI Kits;
ocit Ho. M Weat Fourth-street.
RICHARD KENNEDY,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
No. 17 Htate.tret, CoUtnk, Ohl.
tar Aeat fcr tbe W1BX.I.Y touizifiu ARU
ISkS. ecu-ait
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
t.'J
G0SSA0E&
CUYLEB,
EECJJtT ABB1VALI Ot
WHTOS WI OITIB AX
GREAT BARGAINS.
al,.. fintkAm vara nnrehaaa'1 nncenimonlrloW. end
are offered at price, to defycnmpeiltioa. I'tttabasar
art lavlWtt t eau aua exaiuia. iuu.
LADIES' CLOAKS
-AKD-
SHAWLS.
O otn niitia n ia , un cn., oteo. 'V, .i, iV.. V .. -1
vereable AUA W LS. toselher with l aoY
Miasa in a aaca; vioaa. auu iuavh.
Wool Dress Stuffs
In Palalne and Oaebmara Bnbr.j
Jvlaiuaa, M.rini ., iiaid ttoedii
J?ufi VulN.te, 40.
PRINTED FLANNELS,
TOR OiaiS' tBISIXa-30Wfil.
A lot ROBES OB CTJAMBIlEe Jut r
Wad.
DELAND, G0SSAGE & CUTLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOB1TI PIKI'8 OPIBA-HOOSB.
toci4 M T ASI
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
SHAWLS!
( . ..' ;.i , ' ,u-
MILLINEEY
-AND-
DRESS
TRIMMINGS!
IN ALL THE LATEST NOYELTIEsJ,
iHB AT
MODERATE PRICES,
S, WILSON'S.
No. 78 West Fourth-street,
OPPOSITE PIKE'S PXRA-BODIS.
totm-M,w,j
MAOCARONI AND VERMICELLI.
Just reulred, two boxes extra genuine Itallia
Mai'Mronl and Veriaieolll. For .ale ly
A. MuDO'vALD A CO..
orlt ICn.. M and ViB v eet Kun rt li-ati eat.
ENOLI8U CRACKNEliLS. JU8T RH
OEIVED, IS hble. fresh Knglleh Crackoellt.
foraal. by A. McBONALD t O.,
ocM Nos. M and UV Weet rourth-street.
CIGARS. JC8T RECEIVED, 1,800
Tory superior Havana Cigars, for aal. hy
A. MoDOKALD A CO.,
oclt Nos K and 2iu Wcet s"ourlh-str.t.
FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION
-or-
Statioocry I
Stationery !
Stationery
Printing !
rrlntiug t
Printing
-60 TO-
FRANKL-AND'S,
MXO.VS NEW IlVlLDlKat,
Vine-street, opposite the Postoflke,
ccM-aw CINCINNATI.
3?1 XJ 3FL tS&i
LADIE3 OAN MAKE THEIR SBLEO
TIOS 8 from a Tery cholM tto.k,
iManufhotarod from N-w and Wall Beaion!
Hkln.,
Eipretaly for oor retail trade, tomprlrint all
th styles and gridac ot Fax wom, at recMBabl
prima.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.
HATTER AND KORUIEHS,
No. 1 40 Ulo-tr.et,
021 One door below Fearih.
. w. rar, i. w. j. halfis, h. c. woi.
FRY, HALPIIT & CO.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MMR
CU.VST8. So. Ill Slxtb-.treet, n.r Walnut,
Claclntiati, Ohio, will i.ll aud make oaal adyanM.
on all kinds of ui.rchAttillse.
Hfgular sal. (lays: T U EbCAYS and FBIDATS.
ALkV'JLVvrjr Knlvg. (2g
3
MEW At 'VEBTISEMENTS
!
i
UAVB VOU IT I
D ODD 'S
II AT STPRB.
locasj
90 90
REMEMBER NO. 00.
LARGE ARRIVALS
or-
DRY GOODS
from th New1 Tark anil Boston Anotlons,
IThloh, I feV eoofldrnt, will ba found
tUo JiBS. at erer ottered la thla
oltr, Tla i
DRESvS GOODS.
1600 yard! laaer Stlk,'. worth n oeats, selling at
M cent l
roc, Aide litra Facoy Ssllst, worth 91 12,ilIltiK
atl),7
1,000 yards ."l4 Ulfcs, worth R 1ft Hllloa at
,lco raids Oil.tu alh. worth 8l t1H sslllos ae
Si 1IX;
4,000 yarai tigani I1lafcs, worth UN vests, nU.
log at iMcenUj
1,000 yards ritortd Dtlalatt. worth II seats, flelllnf
at UK cenlt ;
MO yars. figured All-wool Delalnts, wovth W otatt.
selltng at 44 cents;
l,0W yards of Tal.nekas, worth a oenta, s1Ud at IB
enti
Wpl.oea French Hailucea, worth $1, selling atlTM
cents ;
Mpleoea r ranch Kaatnoe, weieh SI tlH selling
61 Mi.
DOMESTIC GOODS.
10 mum Prints, worth tH cents, felling at 10 cents;
i oaaet do., worth 10 otntt, aelling at IA tents ;
( cum Fillow-caae atnillo, worth 10 eents, selling aC
tH cents;
I cat, do.. 40 Inches, Boston, worth 11X oentt, telt.
log at 11 cents;
10 oaaet Hamilton Canton Tlann.l, worth UH etnta,
telling at 11 cents;
S bales White, Bed, Tellow and GrT rianna.
worth aD eents, selling at 19 cants
SO piece. Bleached Table Damask, worth t7Ment(,
e.lllng at 3 oenta;
14 pitrCfS Brown do., weith M eents, wiling at tyj
oentt;
In my
Sliawl and Cloak Department
Will b. found tha Lat.t and Neweat (tries.
HOSIERY & GLOVES.
tW dot. Black, VThlte nnd Mode Wool Hose, worth
ST cents per pair, aelling al IS cents ;
AM doi. Joovin Kid Glo, worth 17 cents, selling
at 00 eents ;
300 do., worth 43 cents, selling tt (0 cents.
Embroideries.
$3,000 worth ef Swltt and Jaeeonet Collars and
Belt, at par wat. holew what the eott i import.
No. 90 West Fifth-street,
TBIBD SOOB WIST 0 YJK1.
fcolloll.lT.W
C L O AKS!
Cloaks! Cloaks!
UNEQUALID IN 8TTLB,
TJNEQUALED IN QUALITY,
VNEQUAIKD IN CHEAPNE3 '.
TBI
DEW DROP,
90
AT
lO Dollars,
13 Dollar,
15 Dollars,
18 Dollars,
20 Dollars,
258 Dollars,
20 Dollars,
30 Dollars,
39 Dollar !
TH!
LA VENICE,
At All tho Abo FrUe.
MILAN WRAPPER,
At All tha AboTO Prlacs.
BEiPtKroN,
At All the AboTo frloo,
at f hi
PionQOi? Oloak Bazaao.'
or
(E0HGE LEWIS.
DIRICTLT
Opislte I he l'ostofflce.
Ic31-ai
WHMAM 1J1SNKV, ATTOKNBY
XI LAW, Obaao Kutldiagt, St, SEast Third.
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