ANDY W. FBANCI8C0. JOHN D. CALDWELL
BDITOU A.1B PRSFMITOB8.
TCE9DAY m OCTOBER 85
Thai authorities of Pennsylvania havo die
arad a colored military company of Philadelphia.'
For a few nights frost has been vory severe,
a Friday morning we observed the pondd
frcaen over. Yesterday was mild and pleas
ant a Indian summor.
The intelligent telegraph reporter Informs ua
of the explosion of a loooraotive boiler at
Soranton, Penn., and says that It was caused
hy the prtmrt of ileum Ilow a college ed
ucation does set some folks upt
Old Kentuck to Give Thanks.
Bkeuh Maqoftik, Governor of the Coiu
nionwcalth of Kentucky, haa recommonded
the citizens thereof appropriatoly to observe
Thursday, the 24th day of November, as a
day of thankfgiviug and praise. Agreed.
Mechanics' Institute School of Design.
We have a large share of vigorous native
talent in our shops and in the ranks of our Cin
cinnati youth, whioh would be developed into
a very compensatory fitness, profitable to the
possessor and the people, if cultivated in tho
Arts of Design. On to-morrow week drawing
and designing sissies will open in Greenwood
Hall, and applieants should at onoe be enrolled.
The ezponse it email, and instruction good.
Tho opportunity should he at onoe availed of.
Chess Match Proposed Between Cincinnati
The West, represented in the chess players
of Cincinnati, desire a contest of skill with
the chess players of the City of Brotherly
Love, be)' olid the mountains. The Athe
neuru Ciub, of Philadelphia, have under con
sideration a challenge from the Cincinnati
Chess Club to play a match by telegraph. A
few days will deoide as to the acceptance of
It is related of an old lady that she spoke
quite favorably of the Dictionary, as an inter
esting reading book, only that it changed its
nulijeot so often. Our railroad friends have
two subjects to dwoll on, and to determine
which they hold Conventions nearly every
lunar month. One is to agree on tho price of
freight and the other the ticket rates. The
Railway Freight Agents concluded a Conven
tion at Dayton on Saturday, agreeing on a new
tariff, to take offoct on the first of November.
To morrow tho (General Ticket Agents meet in
this city to adjust the passenger rates.
The Rumored New Appointment—Cincinnati
We learn that the magnanimity of the Pres
ident of the United States is designed to be
manifested in an espeoial manner to the good
people in and about this Commercial Metrop
olis, by sending a commission of Postmaster of
Cincinnati to Col. William Hrsbt Harrison
Taylob, who received a similar appointment
years "lung syne" from President Tn.gR.
Mr. T. was a Whig, and latterly an appointee
of the prcsont Democratic C'lork of tho Court
of this county. The business o f the rostofiice
is being well attended to by Mr, Fabax, but
if Mr. Buchanan wants a change we supposo
we newspaper men have nothing to say. The
itppointineuts inthiseity and in Columbus, aro,
it rumor be true restorations. We don't
liLc.v what the President's religion ii, but be
roust be a Bestorationist.
T'lio Lodges and members of the I. 0. 0. i
xro hereby cautioned against the machinations
l a person oalliug himself biuret. Baowst,
who eays be is a member of Fort Clark Lodge
No. 100, at Peoria, Illinois, lie has been ob
taining money upon false representations, from
Lodges and members of the Order in Keu
tuoky, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois and Michigan.
From a memorandum found upon his person,
he has obtalnod, since August last, from
various Lodges, in the abore-uamed States,
.Said Bbowx is about fifty years of age, five
foot ten inches high no whiskers red spots
on faoe and nose; a small wart on the uodorlid
of the loft eye; light hair, somewhat gray;
sandy complexion; rather stout built, and
weighs about one hundred and seventy
pounds; speaks slow and deliberately; voice
bourse; has a dignified and respectable ap
pearance. Dress black eoat and panta, black
eatln vest, brownish-gray overcoat, and black
We are requested by tbo Grand Secretary of
the Order in this State to publish the fore
going, sad ask the people of this and the States
named above, to copy the same, and thereby
prevent the imposture of this arrant rogue.
The McMicken Bequest.
Although the oity of Cincinnati has not
realised, and will not realize, the extravagant
ejepeotanoy of a very large fund trotn the be
quest of Cbaiilks Mc Mick br, it would be an
unworthy regard for the youth and orphans of
our city to abandon tbe sare and guardianbhlp
of the respeotable amount whioh undoubtedly
will be realised. It may be fortunate that
there is not an undue accumulation, and we
bespeak from the representatives of the oity a
thoughtful consideration of their duty in refer'
enee to this trust. Our exoellent publio sohools
provide amply for those who can and will at
tend day schools. We trust that the Mo
MifKiM property will be plaoed in the hands
f.f a Board, like that to which the Hcuhks
Hohool Fund, and the Woodwabo High Sohool
Fund, were committed, and an ample supply of
wholesome instruction and training may bo
given to a large body of young meohanlos, ap
prentices, who are engaged during the day, but
may and should be In attendance at olasses and
on lectures in the evening. We most earnostly
invocate a high-toned spirit in ell concerned,
to procure praotloal resulti from the MoMiomh
Fund. Host of it being the rent of city pro
party, a reliable revenue may be depended
upon, net subject to be squandered. Remem
ber the oaose of the appreutloe lads and tbe
The Trustees are preparing to deliver to
the eity the custody of the real ostnte from
and after (ha tlh of thie mouth.
I There is a new eonterfeit reported on tne
Mechanics' Bank, New II even, Conn.
W. C. DePauw, K. M. Donald and W. F.
Mason, have been elected Truatoes of the
Indiana University, at Greencastle.
Look out for oounterfoit quarters, halves and
Teias is receiving a heavy Northern emi
gration, and is being stocked with the best
breeds of cattle and sheep. A uuinbor of eoast
residents of this Lone Star State are delaying
at this and other healthy points hereabouts
until the prevailing epldemio, the yellow-fever,
has been arrested by the frost.
The freight-ratos adopted by tho Convention
of Railroad Agents, latt week, at Dayton, are
advanced somewhat say seven cents por one
hundred pounds on fourth-class, and ton oents
per barrel on flour.
A disposition is evinced to arrest further
proceedings in the confirmation of the sale of
the Central Kentucky, or Covington and Lex
ington Railroad, the City Council of Covington
designing to be one of the resistants. The
city of Cincinnati is in the market to purchase,
for extinguishment, (200,000 of her bonds, due
in 1835, issued for tho city intorest in tho Cin
cinnati Whitewater Canal and the Little Miami
Mrs. E. Kiddor,thc well-known proprietress
of the "Dysentery Cordial," died of pneumo
nia, at her residence in Cliftondalo, Mass.,
Eircher speaks of stone bridges in China
three and four miles long, and of sn arch of
the incredible span of six hundred feet.
BjrTheodore Parkor having boo-i advised
by bis physician that ho will, in Ml proba
bility, never be able to address a large au
dience, has sent his resignation from hi
present piaco of sojourn in Switzerland to bis
congregation in Boston, who declined receiv
ing it, designing that nominally, If not rent It,
ha shall be thoir pa3tor as long as he lives.
His health is not so far Impaired but that ho
may write or speak to email audiences.
&Rebeoca Thomas, a young lady of
twonty-throo summers and winters, living in
tbe vicinity of Dayton, last week obtained a
verdict of $2,666 in her favor, as a boaliug
unction for having been wooed and won, and
then disoarded for another girl, by one Joseph
S. White, a well-to-do farmer. Good for
Rebecca. She'll have no difficulty in get
ting husbands, now that she Is in funds.
Land Waheasts. Tho price for these United
States evidences of debt, rule low. On tbo
21st inst. their prices were quoted as follows;
New York. Washington,
40 aero warrants per acre 85. w
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Quiet Time, Sunday, October 2 J, we
roccived the Lafayette (Indiana) Journal of
the 18th, only five days out from the Wnbash.
Isn't there a screw loose somewhere ?
ajflho Louisville and Nashville Railroad
is now open form Beargrass Creok to the Cum
berland River, at Nashville.
J3rFanny Kemble and her daughter, havu
returned from their visit to England.
;J-T" Snow fell nt Kenton, Ohio, on Thurs
day last, and at Columbus on the 21st.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
ONE DAY LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE OCEAN QUEEN.
Death of Robert Stephenson, the Engineer.
Death of Robert Stephenson, the Engineer. NEW YORK, October 24.
The steamship (Jean Otusm, front Havre and
Southampton, has arrived. She brings Liver
pool dates to tne ldtn met., one (lay later than
those reeeived by the Awjto-Saxon. Tho ship
Quelec, of New Orleans, was wrecked off the
Eddystone Light-house, on the 11th inst.
Robert Stephenson, the eminent railroad
engineer, is doad.
Austria has refused to diminish the amount
of the debt of Lombardy due to Sardinia.
Franco and Piedmont proposes to submit tho
point to arbitration.
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. LIVERPOOL, October 13.
Cotton steady; the sales of yesterday and
to-day amount to 18,000 bales. Tbe market
closes witb a good iaqniry at extreme rates.
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
LONDON, October 13.
Consols closed at 955i&95Js'.
I r alt, Numerous arrests had been made at
Parma, principally of authors and accomplices
in the murder of Auvlto. Officers of the Ex-
Duke were also in tbe hands of justice. Tbo
city bad beoome tranquil, and the disarming
of the populace had been ordered. Itwaa surrounded
by Modenese and Tuscan troops.
General Garibaldi had issued a proclamation
to the army of Italy. Ho thus adtlrostes
them : "Soldiers The hour of a now strugglo
approaches. The enemy is threatening and
will perhaps attack ns before many days are
over. In addressing! rnv old cotnn&niona nf
Lombardy, I know I am not speaking to deaf
men, ana tnat it is enougn to ten tneu tnat we
are going to fight the enemy of Italy. I shall
look to see you then form in your ranks.
"Boloona, Ootober 6, 1669."
The Pope was to have an interview with
the King of Naples at Castle (Jondolib, where
he will prolong his stay, on account of the
agitation reigning in Rome.
a demonstration toon place in uouor ot tne
Sardinian Ambassador. A crowd of visitors,
estimated at ten thousand, left their cards at
the Ambassador's residence.
The French Gend'arms preserved order,
but the effect of the demonstration was pro
found. The Ambassador was to leave on tho
10th, when another silent demonstration
would be effected.
Tbs Zubich Commence. The Zurich dispatch
of the 11th says the conferences do not
draw to a close. Austria still refuses to di
minish the amount of the debt of Lombardy.
to be borne by Sardinia. The demands
Austria are not only restated by gardenia,
but do not secure the support of France, who
has proposed to submit the disputed point
the arbitration of another power.
No answer had yet been secured to the propo
sition. The French Government wishes the
arrears of the pensions of tbe Monte Nopoieon,
and all the indemnity for the cost of the late
war to be included in she settlement of the
debt, which will have to bo paid by Austria
Franc. Tbe Emperor was expected at
Paris on Wednesday night. An envoy of the
Sultan had arrived at Alexandria, bearing an
order to the Viceroy of Egypt, to oppoo the
continuation of the work on the Suet Canal,
The foreign Councils had immediately taken
action in the matter,
Stain. Lotters from Madrid state that tho
Emperor of Morocoo had ratified the arrange
ment concerning the frontier line of Matila,
and expressed his readiness to give Spain all
the satisfaction she demand.
Tchkiy Additional discoveries have been
made at Constantinople concerning the recent
eonspiracy for the assassination of the Sultan.
It i luaarted that inoendiarv machines have
been discovered, which were destined to burn
the European part of the town.
The Grand Viiicr had tendered his resigna
tion, but it was refused. It was evident, how
ever, that the dusolution of the Ministry was
A now loan had been contracted, under
Tciiis Oa the occasion of the obsequies of
the late Bey, the Moora assailed the Jews and
wuunded a few Christians. They also wounded
a Minister of the new Bey, who bad come to
the rescue with bis escort, striking and killing
manv on the mot, and causing thirty of the
Musselmon to be arrested. Tranquility finally
WASHINGTON, October 24.
Mr. Greonwood, tho Commissioner of Indian
Affairs, has returned to this oity, after an
absence of six wocks, during whioh time he
made arrangeuiouts for treaties with the Sacs
and Foxos of the Mississippi, and with the
Kaw Indians of Kunsas. lie also visited nearly
all the Indian tribes in Kansas and Nebraska,
lie expresses gratification at the result of nil
numerous interviews with them, and says that
they are anxious to adopt the pursuits or oiv
t'.iiod life, as they can no longer depend upon
The United States eloon-of-war Vmeeiwei,
having been absent on the coast of Africa for
two years, baa Leon ordered noiue.
Jecse Gay has resigned his commission as
Chief Engineer in tbo Navy.
Tbe following named officers have been
ordered to tbe steamer Water TOoA, now fitting
out for tbe home squadron : Lieutenant Com
manding Gorton, and Lieutenants QUI and
Ward, and Asiii'taut-Surgeon Eugles.
A number of the papers brought from tbe
insurgents camp at Harper's Ferry, and in
fiossession of the Government, will be pub
ished in the Comtiiution to-morrow. Some of
them are signed Jno. Smith, in the hand
of one of the sons of Ossowattamie Brown,
and indorsed in that of the lattor. The doc
uments show that the conspiracy extended
throughout a portion of Ohio, New York, New
England, and to some towns in Pennsylvania.
One letter sa.rs, "Our hands, so far, are eoming
forward, probably better than I expeoted, as
we have called on tbcrn." The papers give
the number of pickaxes, shovels and articles
of personal comfort, togothor with the bills for
the same, while others ask for money. J. E.
S., of Conoord, N. H., subscribed $55. There
is also a letter dated Ootober 1, in which tbe
writer remarks, that he was in Ashtabula
County, Ohio, and met with success. "Our
old friend J. R. Q," ho says, "took stook to
the amount of $3.
New York Financial Matters.
NEW YORK, October 24.
The stook market opens heavy, with a down
ward tendency in Western Railroad stocks. A
good degree of lirmness is still observable in
State stocks and Railroad bonds. Tbe heavi
ness to-day is most marked in Michigan Cen
tral and Michigan Southern guaranteed; tbe
decline in each is per cent, from Saturday's
prices. Illinois Central fell Vi percent. Rock
Island, Galena and Hudson Kivcr were steady,
at former prices. United States coupons fives
nf ISM ure 102 bid, and 103 asked. Tbe
Railroad bonds were sparingly dealt in. The
issues of the Michigan Southern were lowor ;
Northern Indiana first mortgage was 60 bid,
and 05 asked. Tho Goshen bonds 50(5,52.
Tho weeks opens very quiotly in money af
fairs. Wo notice no particular movement in
either directions"; there is an abundant supply,
with a fair demand at b(a,6 per cent, on call,
67 per cent, on prime four and six months'
At the second Board prices were heavy, and
many stocks were loner. Galena declined Yt ;
Illinois Central, 4i Michigan Southern guar
anteed, ; Michigan Central, ; Reading,
y ; Hudson River, i ; Michigan Southern
bonds, yit and Michigan Central bonds !.
SCRANTON, PENN., October 24.
The boiler of the Iooomotive "Virginia,"
belonging to the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Wast cm Railroad, exploded in the yard at this
place, about one o'clock this afternoon. Robert
Storrett, engineer, William Brown, fireman,
Mr. Bwartz, formerly of Moscow, Penn., and
two others, whose names are unknown, were
killed. The encino is a complete wreck, Tbe
cause of the oxplosion was a pressure of steam.
NEW ORLEANS, October 24.
Advices from Galveston to the 20th inst.
state that the fever wat still unabated.
The Dallas Herald publishes a rumor that
Major Van Horn had attacked a party of In
dians on tho Roncha River, losing forty of his
men and killing one hundrod of tbe Indians.
Mississippi Central Railroad.
AUGUSTA, GA., October 24.
A private letter from tho President of the
Mississippi Railroad, dated at Holy Springs
on the 20th inst., says that there are but twenty
three miles of the road unfinished. Tbe track
is being laid at both ends, and the road will be
eompleted about the last of December.
Arrival of the Baltic—Fast Time.
NEW YORK, October 24.
The North Atlantic Steamship Company's
steamer I'mhic, Captain Gray, from Aspin
well, with California advices to tbe 6th inst.,
and $180,000 in specie, arrived this evening;
her passengers having made the trip from
San Francisco to New York in nineteen days,
the Iftkiest time on record.
INDIANAPOLIS, October 24.
An Acoident ooourred last night at Union
City, Ind , caused by tbe explosion of a cam
pheoelsaip. One child was burned to death
in its mother's arms, and four other persons are
New York Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, October 24.
statement for the week ending nn
Saturday shows a deorease in circulation of
Si2,l)UU; an inorease of loans of $20,000; in
nrenfe of speoie $1,250,000; incroase of doposits
Aid to Captain Brown.
BOSTON, October 24.
A proposition has been started by the Aboli
tionists of Worcester to contribute money for
mown a ueiense en me ooming trial in V ir
NEW ORLEANS, October 24.
Msgaaino market and four squares
tne property adjoining, was uesttoyed by
fire last night. Loss abeut $300,000. Some
estimate it at $ouu,uuu.
Later from Mexico.
NEW ORLEANS, October 24.
Instant, has arrived at this port with $38,000
in specie Catenas, the Mexican outlaw, was
still encamped at Rio, with 850 men. The In-
Uiriis were joining liiiu.
Lecture by the Hon. J. R. Giddings.
PHILADELPHIA, October 24.
Hon. Joshua R. Giddings, of Ohio, deliv
ered his lecture on ncenei in Congressional
life, this evoniug, at Concert Hall. The at
tendance was not very large. Before enter
ing upon his Bubj.'Ct ,h9 announced to the au
dience that on Friday evening next, he
would address them on the subjeot of insur
rection, riots, tc, cuused by tho institution
of slavery, in which he would give to the
public all he knew regarding the late sad
alfair at Harper's Ferry, and what he knew
from experience, of public opinion at the
North, oa tho subject fir the abolition of
Captain Cook Again.
NEW YORK, October 24.
The Ilirahl'i Washington correspondent
telegraphs: "The Scorotary of War has re
ceived, since the affair at Harper's Ferry, an
insolent letter, purporting to oomo from the
notorious Cook, dated at Chamborsburg, Penn.,
informing him that it is his intention to maroh
an army of several thousand men to take Har
per's Forry and Charleston, and liberate the
prisoners, and to perform sundry other ridi
culous feats. They would hardly have given
the Seoretary warning in advanoo if they
really Intended to oarry out their threats."
Cook's Arrest Contradicted.
Cook's Arrest Contradicted. CARLISLE, PENN., October 24.
A lady calling herself Cook's sister, accom
panied by two men, arrived here this morning.
She says the man under arrest is not Cook.
The prisoner is to have a hearing to-morrow.
He denies being one of the Harper's Ferry
men. Parties ere expeoted to arrive here to
morrow to identify him.
LOUISVILLE, October 24—P. M.
The river is falling slowly, with three feet
one inch water in the canal.
PITTSBURG, October 24—P. M.
There Is two feet seven inohos water at
Glass-house The weather is dear.
Another Outrage on the American Flag.
BOSTON, October 24.
Hallowoll, reports that while passing the Straits
of Gibraltar, a two-pound shot was fired from
the Spanish fort of Tarifa, which passed en
tirely through the ship, striking her just under
the main ohains on the starboard side.
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
The State on Tbe Relation of Benj. Robin
sou vs, John 8. Gano. Tho Court have determined to
hear tUix ca.e on Monday next. The onlr Question
to be taken up is in relation to the right of John 8.
tiauo to bold Iheoflice of Marshal the induction of
Dhij. Kobiusou not being involved in the laaiis as it
whs agreed to be presentoil. Tbe hearing will take
place upon a demurrer which has been filed to the
respoudunt's auswor. ,
John Uultou vt. Lewis Sergeant. This Is a jury
ti'inl, brought to recoTar damages lor injuries sus
tained by ou assault alleged lu Imve been inflicted ou
the pluiulill by the defuuibint in 1651. Theaniouut
ol'datuaxea claimed was $i,mi. The dilBculiy be
tween the parties grew out of a doe fight on 11111-
'filong for plaintiff; A. Riddle for defendant.
Qixesal Term. The docket was oalled,
but no ca es wero heard. The Court will sit again
ou Wcdueaday. Thirty-six case are set for ttale
month, from No, 4iift to OS, inclmive.
Sracui. TtRM. I n the cane of Jo.rpta Jonas against
Tliuuipsuu JluArtliur and others, a suit for root of
promise! on tho coruer of JUaia sud Third, end also
torocovurposscseluu, a demurrer of the defendants
was eustaiued by Judge boncer and leave giveu to
in room No. 2 Judge Etorer heard a submitted
cine Sin too vs. Boone beioie the Court on answer,
reply and motion to dissolve an injunction, Jtteisri.
Hnyau and D. Ward ropreeeuted the put ties.
Judge Uoadley was engaged lu trylug o jury cae
Committed vor Alleged Contempt. A
member of tbo Har was committed for tin alleged
cuii tempt of Court in refusion to comply with an
order of Court to pay over certain funds coiniug'iuto
his hands us assigueo.
Balk Statsu. Upon a motion to set aside
au order of anlu ntade In tho ease of sundry parties
ttgniuht F. & O. A. Linck, with a view to the aubsti
tuttouuf fiQ amended order, the Court stayed the
ale. which waa to come oil on that day, aud post
poised the dctoi uiination of the preiout motion until
Mutkorologhul Obsebvatujns For tho
Pmny Preat, by Henry Ware, Optician, No. 7
.IAMKH PEAnanN On the lOlb Octob.1-. I. lha
Ituv. M. I). Conway, Sir. Chun, 16. James and Alias
Helen foaraon, all ot this oity. t
GRIFFITH CLEi!i 12 AY On the 20th inBt.. in Ht.
rnl'j (Jliurcli. by the 11 o v. Dr. ttrueiilenf. Hminiel C.
GrliUtli, Emq., of Dubuque, lown, to alias Mary It.
Clmeay, of this city. t
BRIDGES BE It D On October 23, by tlin Bev.
If. Price, Mr. Dayiil M. llrMees, of Uheut. Ky., to
juutijr A. imu, vi vuvitiBtvij, a,. aw
WATSON CLARK80N -In Oovlnirton. Kv.. on
the Uth lint., fit tbe l'eaidctico of tho bride's futber,
Sir. I.ouia D. Wation,vf Cincinnati, to Miss Llda
Clarkaou, of Covington.
M hufiTGn'ft richeat Llotfsinsrs Attend the ham,?
pair through lite, and when " life'H Hlful fever" Is
o'er may they enjoy the prmcnceol Hiiuwho doeth
all things well.
RKIHAItDSON-At Ht. Louis, ou the 2'M I list..
Loulie Dilworth, daiiKhterof Charles and Hannah I).
Kicuard.ou,aged 3 yenr.i aud 2 months.
nOSIENKIKWICZ-In this city, on Saturday, 22d
lust., at five o'clock 1'. M., Col. Martin ltoslmkio
wioi, an nileof Poland, iu the 67lh year ot hla ago.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Fills.
Purely Vegetable and Pleasant to Use,
BVAdraltted to he the Best Family Pill In use.
Prepared onlj by
QKO. 31. BIX.ON, Druggist,
au20-cm Corner of fifth and Main-atreets.
OUR NEW STOCK OF FURS
) UVX IIPIUJ IWI VAUIU1UVUI ORDL'i
merit le large. They are well-mad., Biimbm; goods,
and will be sola at Low FBieii.
WM. DOOD & CO,
HATTERS AND FURRIERS,
No. 144 Main-street) Below Fouvtli.
THAT OR. K BACK'S SCAN
DINAVIAN Blood fills and Blood Purl-
Cur are a pesilive cure lor Dyspepsia is proved by
numerous testimonials iu tlie Doctors ti'iaaeaslon,
which can be etaiuined at his office, No. 0 Eust
Fourth-street, by any one at any time. ocl-am
OFFICE OF Tllia FAMSF.N-
(JER RAILROAD COMPANY OF CIX-
Clti ATI, B. W. coiner of Third umi ltaco-streets.
October 15, lA'.o. Tula road is now open. Cars will
start, at intervals or ten minutes, from 6:30 A.M.
until midnight, running eastward on Tbird-stroet
from Wood to Lawrence slrent, anil woHWHrd on
Fuiirth-atreAt to Hmllli, aud ou i'iitli-etrrot to
Wood. Citizens will plcaso bear In mind that the
cars will iuvuriably cross Intersecting streets before
BtopTJluO' for pufisuirprs.
eclt-tf JAMEH J. BOJLMlferiJjgt
CHAPPED HANDS. FACE,
-P AI.MK IL'R-OLYCEIUN E LOTION is
entirely freo from ull unpleasant odor, and as it jwa
a' reniurhablo healing properties, it Is tlio almost
universal I'avoritii Willi those persons who ars
troubled with chapped hands.
AMAIVDINK. We challenge a comparlnon of
our article with any brought to this inarkeL We
always have a fresh article on hand.
tIOI.D CREAM OK ROMBS, MP-SaTvE.
dee. Constantly preparing these artioiea aud can
furnish afresh supply at anytime.
80L0N PAIMEB, Agent,
BTnnnfaoturer and lniportor of Perfumery, lo. SO
Went fourth-street. oclO
FINK TOILET SOAP. DO
your hand and face coninience clrapping as
winter approaches; more nun niteir h is cuncii i.y
the soap you use. Then trysnnieotlierKlnd. You
may poeilbly rlud an article that will keep your skin
smooth during the coldest weather. Wo solcct our
sio.-k wlthespeciul reference to this quality, and it
le now larger unl more complete time i usual.
SOLON PALJIEIt, Awmt,
Manufacturer and Importer or Perfumery,
020 No. 86 West Fourth-street.
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DIS.
nfiVERY Is nrknowlediredbv the most em.
Ineut physician, and by the most carotin ilnieglats
throng bout the United stales, to be tliomoit enVtual
i.inui...i,rliWArnr knuwn.aud to have relioved moro
siilTeriiig, aud oltocted more portnuuont cures, tli'iu
any pr-jparatinn known to tho profession. Scrofula,
K.iltllbiiitm. Erysipelas, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
of whataoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the syatem restored to lull strength and vigor. Full
and explicit directions for theenreof ulcerated sure
legs, and other corrupt and running ulrora, is given In
tho mmph lot with each botllo. For wilnhy. loll S I).
VAfiK, Vtlilli:, UdKUTUIN it CO., and CKOltUK
W.DliOa. Price!. wBUl
C L OAKS
COLE & HOPKINS,
FIFTH 11 Wm
TO AM. FOURTH-STREET MOJiOPOIilr".
UNSURPASSED IN STYLE.
OF SUPERIOR FINISH.
For the nnine Artlolo thuu it 1 poaxlblefoi
Any House on Fourth-street
AT THK OVJ.V HXCIX'aHVK
In thd City.
No. .90 V4 et Filth-Street.
SCHOOL OF DESIGN
fllHE FOURTH SESSION OF THE DRAW-m-
INOHndDoaigni'ig Classes will commune oil
TUESDAY EVtSlNG, Nov.mbcr 1, consisting of
thofollowiiiKDepiirtrouiits: .... ,
ARTISTIC, including Oil Palnt!n, Postal n.il
Cryn luawing; AKOHITGTUBAL aud Mi-
The School' will be undar th cbareoof Mr. John B.
Helen. r. Goomi Pyburn, Mr. W. W. Carpenter,
and Mr, J. C K. Hillen.
All applications lor senta (which are limited) must
be mado by MONDAY, October 31, at the office of the
Institute, wh-ro the Circular and Rules cau be od
taiued, aud further inlormalion given.
By order of the Committee .,.
oozstf JOHN B. HBIOII.
T IGHTE A BRADBURY'S NEW SCALE.
JLi I am this day receiving some of
tbe above unrivaled Pianos. Alsi. gsiLr'1:.'" TW
some of William Knabo 4 Co., nnrl sfagnssflrij
other good makers-all of which I 8 ! IV
will aell at great reduction, fur cash,
or will rout and let the rent pay tor ihe Piano.
0. M. MU licit, 74 West Fourth-street.
Thd largest Btock cf Dlebdeons in the city. oc21
TfilANOS AT NO. 66 WEST FOURTH
JL STREET. Hallot, Davie dk Co. J
Hatloton St Brothers; feters, ('rags
.. ... . 1. ll,.nnn J. ,n A 11 ll
ol mi. , i.a.u, uhvu u. ww. .... "... ji
be sold at prices that can notf jil to
..... C. - .L ..II, . l..f
Bun, lor umii, ur vjii iwii su. Jc,t'.,.-,. .
the rent pay lor the Pinuo. J. CUURCU, Jr.
Tho largest stock of Mclodemia lu thuchy, oe4
Compound Chlorine Tooth
wash. THE COMPOUND CHLORINE TOOTH
WASH effectually cleanses the Teeth and
Month, speedily removes all cooker and soreness;
likewl-e tho smell or taste from tho use of tobacco,
and all that isorTtinslveln the bronlh. It preserve,
the teeth and mouth, in all respects, in u cloun aud
healthy conditlou. i or sale by
ne y riUlKK, KOKSTEIN A CO.,
oc2to Oppoaito thu 1'ustulllee.
Keith & Co.'s Concentrated
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS
for the eale of Keith 4 fo.'s Concentrated
Medicines, wenro now propsrod to furiuiu tliemui
mauul'uvturcrs' lowest prle.
dUlUB, KCK.STK1N &CO..r?Ws,
04-i Opposlttithe Powtorllce.
Glycerole of Arnica.
AS A REMEDY POR BRUISES, CUTS,
Jlurns, Bealds, tc, tho Clycerolo of Arnica h
unrivaled. It is moro than lime times tho slreiiL'th
nt the tiucture, and causes neither pain uor stuartlnt
in the appllciition.
Prepared and .old 4
OoM-0 Oppwilte tbo Postoflioe.
Birtk CASES CONGRESS WATER, PINTS,
O" just received direct from tlio Springs.
Fersulo by BUIUB, KCK8TK1N a; C.,
uc40 ( ipposita the Pestolnce.
MACCARONI AND VERMICELLI.
Just rseeived, two boxes extra genuine Italian
Uaccaronl aud Vormkolli. For aulo liy
a. McDonald a co
oe24 Xos. tti and 21'J W oat Funrt h-atroet.
NGLI8H CRACKNELL8. JUST RE
CEIVED. 1J bbls, fresh Engllsli Crarknells.
roraa le by A. SlcDoKALD CJ.,
oc'21 Nos. M and 24a West 1 onrth-strest.
CI I GARS. JUST RECEIVED, 30d
J very .uperior Havana lS
0,.j4 NoajM anil !IV West Fourth-street
ILL1AM DISNEY, "aTTORNEI
AT LAW, Chase iluildings.Ro. 6astThird.
TSTILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
TV and (Jonnaollor at I.w, Chase's JUnlMInt
Third ilreet, it doorttiutefMam. kit
TJNEQUALED IK STTLE,
UNEQUALED 1ST QUALITY,
' VSIEQUALED IN CHEAPNESS.
33 Dollar !
At AU the Above Piioei.
At All the Above Priors.
At All the Above Prioca,
Pioneer- Cloak Bazaar
Opposite the lotofU'?.
Mons. and Mad. Ernedt
OKSPECTPULLY INFORM THEIR
former patrons, und tho oltiwns of Oln- ftjl
clnnall oud vicinity, that their bohool will
SATURDAY OCTOBER 29, 185D.
rOR EVERY DESCRIPTION
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
Vine-street, opposite the Postoffico,
LADIES CAN MAKE THEIR SELEC.
T1UNB from a very choice stock,
Alauufactured from New and Well Seasoned
Kxpretsly for our retail trade, comprising all
tho styles and grades of Fur wubm, at reasonable)
J. C. TOWERS & CO. 1
HATTitRS AND FL'UKIKllS,
No. 140 ilInln.Htrrct,
oc3t Uno door below Fourth.
I, W. TBT, " J. w. J. nALPIK, " B. O. VOQT,
TRY, HALPIN & CO.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, '.o. 31 Sixth-street, near Walnut,
Cincinnati, Ohio, will sell and make Ciu advuueei
on all kinds of nioiciiniidis".
Kegnlui sale days: Tl'Ji&DAYS and FRISAT9.
Al.HO Kn iy livening. ois
Glycainyl of Roses,
ffJOR THE CURE AND PREVENTION
JC of Chapped llaiidi and Face, Sore Lips, Rough
ness ot the bkin, Ac, This is the moiit elegant and
eti'ectual cumpouud oscr prepared fer the purpeso,
being farnipetliir to cold cream, lotions, Ac, as it
does not soil or become rancid, and may bo readily
removed from tender surfaces by water alone. La
dies and gentlemen will Und it a really superior arti
ste, and one tbut tbey should not fall to use.
Prepared aud lor salo by
BCJ.11E, ECKSTEIN 4 CO.,
OC24-C Opponltn the I'i'Stollico,
life mmmi society
OF THE UNITED STATES,
', Office 9S Brondway, New York.
TVWUH COMPANY DIVIDES THE
JL entire profits, pro rata, anion c lis To'lcy Hold
ore, legal interest (7 per cent, only) ispaidoni'.s
stock, whioh may, by Investment, reproduce about,
that amount, thereby giving the ansured all tho ad
vantage of tho Purely Mutu:il tiystem, with tba
pleilgo of a I'erpetuiil Lopitiil Ctect and tho added
security that its Uuard of Directors have a Ptrrna
tinnt Jloneycd Interest in conducting its affairs with
prudeuco und strict economy.
Its rates am bmd upon tlio most approved Kuullsli
table of mortality, vorltled by American experience
to the pn-sent time. ... . . ,
lly the Charter, Uleidcnds to tbe Aasnreii are to U
de.ilarcdovt.ry live c:irs, und may be applied to tti
reduction of premium, ur will bo crodltod upon the
policy, thereby Iricrensingtho o mount liisnred.
Purties dislriiiK to insure will bo furnished with
the tjuiisty's publications, rates, 4c, grails, upon tip-
P'Mte!nnc. ALEXANDER, Prudent.
HENRY B. UYUK.Vlce I'refideut.
FltWABD P. WILLIAMS, Kecretary.
0KO.W. PHILLIPS, Actuary. .
a " .
I.OCAt. H041IO Of BF.II11IXCI roB CIHOINNATI.
"We, the nnderslgned, take pleasure In stating that
"Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society," of New
York, represented in tlilscitv by David A. Trnax, Ksi,.,
irtenilrpry worthy theennUduiice of this communis',
and that the coinbinallen of the Mutual and Jn.Ut
Kiock principle on by them preseulod-ronder stila
Ci.uipnny oueof tbo most desirable lor insurer) in
lrtedinan, Carlisle & Hhaw, Rtauliopa S, Howe,
.1. M. (.'htuieweih 4 Co., M. H. L'lloinmedion,
Ulnchley, Simpaon 4 Co,, 1. W. Corwlh,
'J'honipson ii iaarfe, ,, . U, K. Spenuer. , , v
DAVID A. TRUAX, Agent,
3'iWcst TUIrd-atrest, Baiement Maeoelo Tcmjls,
JOUN H.TA1T, M.D.,
oe ' Examining Physician.
LANE It BODLSY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MII.LSr'
t'-.i ner John uu4 Water; t.,ClsinlauiuU.
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