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AXDY W. FBAN0I80O. JOHJt D. CALDWILL
"' IDITOM AITD VMPUITOU. ,
The data from Lirerpool ar to tha S2d,
not 21th. That interminable talk about
peace, on the margin of fair Zurich's waters
ii likely to end in another broil. Loots Na
polioh's position in engaging to stand by the
Pope promises to be ernbarrasamg nis
troops will HaT to D pone in. tn Anionics
to prevent olrtl warfor Garibaldi threat
rat to swoep away every restlge of papal rule
from Italy if Romagna ii leaded from
Rome. We have detail of the terms ofthe
treaty an amplification of Villa Franca.
The sailing of the Ortat Eattern to thii
country is postponed tint dit. The Atlantio
Cable exhibit signs of eleotrio life. ' ' '
Biik.it, the English hunter, has re tamed
to Weston, Mo., after enjoying buffalo hunts.
He like many others had the Jbuck-ague.
He, delivered a lecture at St. Joseph a few
To-day is the Sab bath of the Israelites. In
our Oity the Hebrews are In a revival season
as to the observance of this their Sabbath
the first day of the week. Th eir organ here,
edited by Dr. Wiss, has been earnest for sev
eral weeks to secure a general observance of
the dy, especially on the part of those en
gaged in business. The wholesale interest
has been the last to give way. Now, it is an
nounced, that by Jewish houses deolining to
transact business on the Christian Saturday,
seriously effocts the wholesale business of
this oity for the day. The Ttratliu urges
the observance of their Sabbs th, as the corner-stone
of practical J udaism , It urges that
unless the Jewish Day of Rest is observed
religiously, the Hebrews will have no Sab
bath, as they spend Sunday in tpitling in
dulging in secular amusement.
The necessity of rest, one day in seven,
has been ably argued in this revival period
by the Reverend Rabbi. He is doing a good
work in the oity, and throughout the West,
in hit bold and determined efforts for reform.
The prisoner Cool, now before the Court In
Charlestown, Vs., a eonfederate of Bbowh,
was ones a dealer in Olnoinnati. He opened
the New Tork cheap lace store la this city,
say in 1845, near where. Giobo Silti's Ex
change now is. He afterward kept the estab
lishment on the Pixrt Paul side of Fourth
street, about where Smith t Nixon's Hall Is.
His two sisters were with him. One afterward
married A. P. Willabd, now Governor of In
diana; the other married Cbolt, the needle
merchant We believe he was afterward In
the employ of Mr. Dram, of this oity, and
opened for him in St. Louis, a stock of fanoy
jewelry. From that oity he went to California,
and from his roving habit, he engaged with
the Kansas Free State party. ' We prophesy
rich developments to be made by Coox. He
will be handed over to the Federal Courts, and
witnesses will be summoned from numerous
points, and politics will be slightly disturbed.
The State Elections.
On Tuesday, State elections take place in
Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey and
Wisconsin. County eleotlons take place the
same day in Illinois and Michigan. On lion
day a Governor, Congressmen and members
of th Legislature will be chosen in Louisiana.
The election in New Tork will bean exciting
one. The Registry Aot goes into operation;
over 100,000 voters have already been regis
tered. There are over 600 candidates; be
sides numerous ones for county offices.
In the Blacking Business.
Judge Douglas has answered Blacx and
Black has blaokened Docolas. This blacking
business has seriously disoonoerted on of our
West Enders In Cincinnati who, hearing that
Douolas had left for Canada, on aoeount of the
Harper's Ferry affair, thought It was Stifhen
who had to leave for the Barptr't Magazine
affair, and our West Ender has conoluded
Dodola has no ohanoe for a ' nomination for
The residents of an entire distriot in Bul
garia, thirty thousand sonls, have switched off
from the Greek Church, and embraced the
faith of the Roman Catholic. This, perhaps,
is the greatest wholesale oonverslon known
since the days of Pentecost.
BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.
EXTENSIVE CONFLAGRATION IN
Twenty-five Tenements in Ashes!—Boy
Crushed to Death!!
Yesterday's St. Louis Repullioan says of th
lire in that city, announced by this morning's
At half-past ten o'olook, last night, Are
broke out, accidentally a is supposed, in
Kessler's brass founder, which was also occu
pied as a carpenter and cabinet-maker's shop,
situated on the corner of an alley on Fifth
street, above Green. The flames spread with
wonderful rapidity southward, and soon that
notorious row on Green-street, from Fifth to
Sixth, whioh has long been a pest and shame
and diagraoe to the city, was in a wild state of
There were about twenty-five tenements in
the tow, all frame but one, and allooonpiod by
men, women and ohildren of the lowest station
in life. Between two and three hundred per
sons were quartered in those buildings build
ings which have stood many, many years,
until at last they had become rickety and rot
tea, vile doggeries and viler danoe-houses
haunts whioh have been the scenes of untold
robberies and crimes of every grade without
The property was owned by the Farrar
estate, and was sub-leased to Patrick Mo
Donougfa, whose income from the tenements
The efforts of the firemen were mainly di
rected to the protection of the building sur
rounding these tenements, a it would have
been useless to have attempted to save the
time-dried lumber which the devouring ele
ment had begun to swallow up. The crowd,
which was soon immense, did all that could
have been required of them in saving the
property of the inmates of th fated houses,
and their endeavor were generally success-
The fire was restricted to the block running
' from Fifth to Sixth-strsets, en Oreea, but that
was en tirely destroyed. The loss not more than
from $8,000 to $15,000.
A very melancholly accident, whioh resulted
fatally, happened soon after the conflagration
broke oat, at the oorner of Ores and Sixth
streets. The iteajwunglae "J ohn M. Wlmer,"
- in making a short turn, ran upon the curb
stone, ana upsetting, fell with it erusbing
weight upon a son, aged twelve or thirteen
years, of Mr. S. B. Brainerd, and mangled hi
breast and body horribly. 0 s we taken np
dead. ...... .......
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Additional Foreign News.
Sacevilli, N. B., November 4 The Zurich
Treaty stipulates that the ratification of the
peaoe treaty shall be exchanged within fifteen
days. The Paris Payt estimates that Naples,
Spain, Portugal and Sweden, are not likely
to be members of the projected Congress. The
London Timet, Pott and Herald are averse to
England joining it. The itui, Lord Palmers
ton's organ, regards the Italian Complication
as very serions, and th situation of Napoleon
very embarrassing. It also thinks it certain
that Romagna will be attacked by th Papal
troops, and that at the first menace of an
armed intervention in the Duchies, ' Gari
baldi's troops will sweep away every vestige
of the PftDal rule. The electricians have
commenced experiments on the Atlantio
vaoie witn some encouraging resuius. it is
reported at Paris that the Emperor has re
fused an ' audience to a deputation from Ba
logna, but granted one to a deputation from
the Duchies. The English journals continue
to draw attention to the immense naval arma
ments now building in France, particularly
at Toulon, where twenty-two large ships are
being constructed. Nothing definite is known
as to the projected French China expedition.
It is reported that Marshal Valliunt has sug
gested to Napoleon th occupation of the
Duchies by the Frenoh troops, to prevent
oivil war. .
Considerable excitement prevails at Pied
mont, on account of th conditions of th Zu-
It is reported at Turin that Neapolitan war
ships having been seen off Romagna, a Pled
montese squadron has been ordered into the
There is an unconfirmed rumor of a revolu
tionary movement at Palermo, in which one
hundred and fifty rebels were killed. - '
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
LiviareoL, October'.21. There has been an
Improvement in the prices for middling quali
ties of Cotton, amounting to d., particularly
for New Orleans and Mobile middlings, the
advance has been asked for all the dear de
scriptions of Cotton, owning to the soaroity.
a,vuu bales have been sola during tne ween.,
2,600 of whioh hare been taken by speculators,
and 8,000 bales by exporters. The sales to
day (Friday) are estimated at 8,000 bales,
including 2,000 bales to speculators and for
exports. The market Closed steady at the fol
lowing authorized quotations: New Orleans
fair7d.; middling 7 3-ifla.; nooiieidir ifta.',
middling Ii.; upland 7d.; middling 6 1-lSd.
There is a stock of 519,000 bales in port, 372,
000 of which are American. The advioet
from Manchester are unfavorable. Goods are
slow of sale but the prices are unaltered. ' The
market for India goods has a declining ten
HAVRE COTTON MARKET.
There has been a considerable advanoe in
all kinds of Cotton, especially for fair and
middling qualities; sales of the week amount
to 8,000 bales, at 115f. for New Orleans, tret
ordinairt, and 106 for ditto bat. There is a
stock of 44,000 bales in port.
LIVERPOOL BREADSTUFFS MARKET.
October 21. The Breadstuff market gen
erally olosed dull. Mssrs.Riohardson,Spenee
k Co.'s oiroular report flour dull at 22s. ti.
and 27s. per brl. for American. Wheat is dull
at ts. 8d.9s. (Id. for red, and 9s. 8d.
lis. per cental of 100 lbs. for white. . Corn is
quiet. Yellow 29s. 8d.30s. 6d. per quar
ter ; white 85a.37t. Messrs. Bigland,
Athga fc Co. quote an advanoe of Id. since
Tuesday in wheat
Bigland, Athga k Co., J as. MoHenry, Rioh
ardson, Spenoe k Co. and others, report beef
quiet bat steady. Pork dull; bacon dull; lard
firmer; other articles quiet.
Sugar buoyant, and advanced fld.ls. ;
ooffee quiet; rioe, Carolina, firm; resin dull and
slightly lower : common 4s. ld.4s. 2d. ;
spirits of turpentine dull, at S6j. 3d.36a.
LONDON BREADSTUFFS MARKET.
Baring report the market very dull. Sugar
firm, and advanced 6d.
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
October 21. Consols fi96.
Thi Latbst. Liverpool, Saturday Afternoon.
About 8,000 bales of cotton have been sold to
day, including 1,400 bales to speculators and
for export. The market oloses steady.
Breadstuff's continue dull, but the market is
more steady. Provisions dull. .
A Zurioh telegram of the 18th says the prin
cipal points of the treaty of peaoe between
France and Austria, signed by Plenlpotentia
rios but not yet ratified by the two govern
ments, are as follows: Austria gives up Lom
bard, eioept Mantua and Peschiera, and as
far as the frontier line fixed by a special com
mission to France who transfers it to Pied
mont. Pensions acquired in Lombard? are
to be paid by the new Government. Piedmont
is to pay Austria forty million of florins and
be responsible for three-fifths of the debt of
Monte Lombard Venetfa, making the debt in
all transferred to Sardinia twenty-five mil
lion francs. The two contracting Powers will
unite their efforts in order that reform in the
administration should be carried out by the
Pope thereto. The rights of the Dukes of
Tuscany, Modena and Parma are expressly
reserved to the twe Emperors, who willaesiat
with all their power in the formation of a
confederation of allihe States of Italy.
Gbiat Bbitaih. -The directors of the Ortat
Eattern held a meeting on the 19th ult., and
it is authoritatively announced that the de
parture of that vessel has been postponed
tin dit, and an order given that all passage
money received to be returned. No time
will be fixed for transatlantic voyage until
good progress has been made in fitting out
the ship in a thorough sea-going condition,
and acoording to some authorities there is xto
likelihood of the voyage being made before
Spain was dissatisfied with Morocco's offer
of pacification, and a war was considered
The Sardinian Government ha issued a
decree, calling foraloanof 100,000,000 franoj.
The steamers Vanderbilt, City of Jhlimort
and North American had arrived out.
' Th ship would remain at Holyhead about
tea day longer; then go to Southampton to
complete her flttings,after whioh a trip to Lis
bon is spoken of. It is stated that In her
present eondition the Directors will not aooept
the ship from Soott Russell. Th Director of
th London and North-western Railroad Com
pany gave a grand banquet at Holyhead, to
the Directors of the Great Ship Company on
the 19th. The Marquis of Chandos presided.
Among the guests were Mr. Gladstone, Chan
cellor of the Exohequer, Sir John Paokiogton,
and many other Influential men in commerce
and politics. Speoob.es were made, all hope
ful of the success of the ship. Mr. M. Joor,
in the course of his remarks, reiterated the
statement that the Cunard Company was build
ing a steamer considerably larger than the
Ptrtia, but not as large as she.
Prince Napoleon, after minutely Inspeoting
the Great Eattern at Holyhead, paid a flying
visit to Liverpool and Manchester, and then
left for parte unknown.
- The funeral of Robert Stephenson took
place at Westminister Abbey on the 21st, in
presence of a great concourse of people, and
with every demonstration of respect. The
Abbey was orowded, and the attendants In
cluded the most distinguished men of rank
Mr. Stephenson bequeated $26,000 to publlo
institution at Newcastle, Sunderland,
Shields and other towns in that locality.
Business was suspended during a portion of
tne aay or tne lunerai, ana many demonstra
tions of respeot took place.
The Tralee Chronicle says that Meiers.
Beardmore and Robinson, eleotrielans, viiited
Valenola this week, and set on foot a series of
experiments en the Atlantic Cable. Encour
agement a to the suoeess of the undertaking,
both as regards the resuscitation of th old
and the laying of the new cable was In th
ascendant. These- gents 'found room in th
stat of th cable to dlrseminate new oourag
among It friends.
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Funeral of Mr. Kyle.
Baltimobi, November 4. The funeral of
Mr. A. B. Kyle, jr., who was murdered at
th Fifteenth Ward polls on eleotioa day,
took place from the residence of his father, in
Sooth Hanover-street, at noon to-day.
There was an Immense gathering of people
to view the body, and the remains were fol
lowed to the grave by the members of the
Reform Association and oitizen generally,
embracing merchants, business 'and profes
sional men of the highest respectability.
The procession moved through the whole
sale business portion of Hanover and Baltl-more-atreets
to Cbarles-street, passing the
base of the Washington Monument. All the
stores and residences on th route wer olosed,
and the respeotable portion of the Inhabitants
of Baltimore testified in a quiet, subdued man
ner their deep sympathy with the deceased,
and condemnation of the lawlessness whioh
has bad such a tragical result.
Baltiuois, November 4. The Congressional
delegates from this State will be as followst
First Distriot, James A. Stewart, Democrat;
second, Edwin II. Webstar, American; third,
J. Morrison Harris, American; fourth distriot,
H. Winter Davis, American; fifth, Jacob M.
Kunkle, Democrat; sixth, George W. Hughes,
Demoorat. The political complexion will be
the same as last Congress, three Democrats and
three Amerloans. The Democrats will have a
majority in both branohes of th Legislature.
Twsntv-flv Americans and forty-nine Demo
crats are elected to the House; thirteen Demo
crat to th Senate. One distriot is yet to be
Chicaoo, November 4. This morning, In
ths United States Circuit Court, the Judge
dealded th Indian Rubber cases on motions
made last week against between twenty and
thirty Arms in this city, amrmmg tne title oi
Horace H. Day ( at, upon the ground that
Judge Giles's late decision on a final hearing
entitled the complainant to an injunction
until reversed by the Supreme Court.
Important Decision. Non-Arrival of the North American.
Faeihbb Poiht, November 48 P. M. A
snow storm prevails here, and the weather is
foggy. There appears to be not the slightest
chanoe of the arrival of the steamer North
American to-nigkt. She is now due with
three days later advices.
Pittsburo, November 4 M. River sta
tionary, with 28 inches at Glass-house.
Weather clear and mild. i .
Louwvills, November 4 P. M. River
falling slowly ; 2 feet 11 inches in canal.
Albany, November I. A oommiuion de
lunatici enqttirerdo has been appointed by Judge
Gould in the case of Mrs. Blandia Dudley, in
view of the alleged reoent singular disposition
male by her of her property.
The Fire in New Orleans.
Nsw Obliakb, November 4. The fire in
the Fourth Distriot last evening destroyed
eixty dwellings. The lots is estimated at
Re-Election of Mayor.
Charliston, 6. 0., November 4. Charles
Mackbeth was to-day re-eleoted Mayor of this
oity by three hundred majority.
Fibb at - Lafayktts, Ind. A row of small
frame buildings on Illinois-street was de
stroyed by fire on Tuesday night. The build
ings were six in number, and extended nearly
half a square. The flames when first dis
covered were issuing from the rear of a tene
ment occupied by a couple of abandoned
females. It is the current impression that
the fire was the work of an incendiary.
FOSTEtt-BTJTLEU.-At Hillsborough, November
S, 184, bf Kt. J. I). McMatbevre, Principal or the
BlUiborough Female College, Mr. Samuel D., son of
Col. John Foster, of Bon County, and Miss Gertie,
daughter of Qua. Asa it. Sutler.
WILSON-FRYK.-ln Springfield, Nov. 1, Hugh
B. Esq., and Mies Elizabeth Fryo.
STKBBIN8. On Sunday night, at Daytoi, Bbene
ler Stobblui, one among the oldest inhabitants of
Dixon's Sugar-coated Fills.
Purely Vegetable and Pleasant to Use.
ar Admitted to be the Best Family Fill In use.
Prepared only by '
OIO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
Oorner of Fifth and Main-streets.
THE IIEV. A. GAGE WILL
Preach. TO-MORROW MOB NINO and
treat, between Fourth and Fifth. The publlo are
THE YOUNG MEN'S CHRIS
TIAN UNION hold a Weeklr PrTr
Metttingintneimiui vckx b&xuhuai aitjcu
NOON at 5 o'clock, to which all, especially young
men, are inylted. The Executive Committee will re
main this evening after the cloee oi prayer, noil
There will lie a Public Installation of Of.
a D.ni)l.lnn Tannl. " f 11 V. .
MONDAY EVENING. Not. 7. The O. W. T. of thii
Slate will conduct the Inntallatlon ceremonies and
deliver an addrets. M. P. GADIS will alio address
the audience. The exercises will take place in Keck
A Hubbard's brick shop, near "Sportsman's nail."
All Templars are eamently requeeted to meet at
"Templars' Hall" at o'clock and turnout in pro
cesalon. A braes band will be in attendance. The
publlo are cordially invited. By order of the Com
Phrenological and Physiognomical
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Occupation or Profession in life in which each per
son may beet succeed and be most useful and happy,
by Dr. 0. KHABSA, No. 104 Fourth-sireet.
OFPICE OP THE PA8SEN
OMPANY OF CINCIN
NATI. 8. W.oomuof Third
and Kace-itreeti. October.
16, 1BM.-Thls road is now open. Cars will start,
at intervals of ten minutoe, from 6:30 A. M. un
til mldnlKht, running eaatward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence-etreet, and wsetward on
Fourth-atreet to Bmlth, and on Fifth-etreet to
Wood. Citiaens will please bear in mind that the
cars will Invariably cross Intersecting streets before
stopplnc for passengers.
c-1f JAME8 J. BOBBINS, President.
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nent physicians, and by the most oareful druarglsts
throughout the United States, to be the most effectual
blood-puriner ever known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent cures, than
any preparation known to the profession. Hcrofula,
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Scald heail, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
aud explicit directions for the euro of ulcerated sore
lens, aud other corrupt nd running ulcers, is given in
the pamphlet with each bottlo. For sale by JOHN D.
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that of allaying all lutlamtnation, removes tan, sun.
burn and Ireoklee. nnd when properly applied, its ef
feet cau not be distinguished from those of nature's
own beautlfler. It Is applied with a soft sponge, rub.
bliig the face gently with a piece of soft naanel after
it has become dry. Price 60 cents.
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sire to restore by art the bloom of youth. Its appli
cation is uuite easy, its effect perfectly natural, and
ite use Is entirely harmless. It la applied with a
moistened cloth. Price 29 cents.
PAI.IHKH'S TREBLE EXTRACT OF
COLOGNB WATER. The sweet tnd lasting fra
grance of this article has been the subject of general
admiration for the poet ten years. It closely re
sembles the celebrated Farina Cologne in fragrance,
while many persona prefer it to this world-renowned
article. It Is prepared from materials of the groat est
purity, wlh all the skill that science can afford, and
la destined to superntHle most articles of a similar
character. It is oiogautly put up in fancy Toilet Bot
tles of various sizes; also, in quart aud pint packing;
bottles, to replenish thosn of a tnorocoitly charaoter.
. . . . OLON PALMER, Agent,
fannfactnrr and Importer of Perfumery, No, M
r"ost Fciyth-street, B0J
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SPECIALS . NOTICES.
THE LATTER-DAY SAINTS
.r. oniwtMil tn Rrlffham Yonnff'e Church
ana all its Heaven-daring wickedness, and they will
have public preaching TO-MOR ROW AFTKBNOON
at o'clock, at the National Hall, on the east side of
Tine street, between Fifth and (Sixth-streets. 'Th
public are invited. Beats free,.-..; , 1 not
Wmsria. tV. th. nnrleralsned. cltitensof Cincin
nati, deelre to tender to oneof our fellow-eitlsens.on
the eve of his departure from this region, some evt
deDcelof our regard, and to reassure him that though
sometimes "lost to sight," he 1 ever "te memory
dear," therefore, . .
Bssolvid, Tbat in Tiosu BrcHUU Bsuu w rs
oognl'tt one who has, In making bis own fame, con.
who has cultivated assiduously the rich mlues or Eu
ropean art, sparing no pal ns, particularly, to acquaint
hlmulf with th .nat model, which hava won the
esteem of ages past; whose triumph are registered
both in the boautlfulart of painting, and th niche
of impeiiebable song: and who, on account of hi
contributions to th tin art in the West, is espe
cially entitled to th oourtesles and kind considera
tion or ciuten or unto. .
Bssolvid, That we request Mr. Bead to appoint a
day upon whioh he will recite to our oitltena such s
lectlonsfrom his own volume aa will best elucidate
bis many-faced mirror of soDg, which other lands
bar accepted as a kaleidoscope of locality. It 1 caid
that "a prophet I not without honor, save In his own
country"' We trust the poet U1 not b without It
in in suoaeye oiai.
James H. Beard,
' Israel Quick, ,
Kaphaei Strauss, '
Wm. Wliwall. ,
O. T. Webster, '
James A. Wilson,
John O. Douglass, .
H. O. Lord.
. X. 8. Haines,
. A. Taft, ,
. Cb. H.Fox, ,
Hamuel J. Broadwell,
Thorns J. Gallagher,
Alexander 11. McGufley,
Xuos B. Beoa,
K. D. Mussoy,
O.C. Butler, .; .
H. H. Clark.
William H. Johnson,
William W.Fosdick, ..
B. . Pike, . .
M. W. Myers,
Baker A Von Phul,
J. L. Vattier,
M. H. Medary, '
J. M. Houston,
M. Hollingshead. .
W. 8, Irwin.
Wm. M. Dickson,
Wm. B. Grow beck,
W. S. Scarborough,
' Ob. P. James,
John Ii. Miner, .
K. A, Ferguson, t
' Rufus King,
B. J. Thompson,
' Alex. Todd,
' Washington MoLsan,
George P. Buell,
i And. W. Francisco,
W. O. Orippen,
8. B. W. McLean,
. M. Spencer.
Dr. A. Alexander,
A. H. Markland,
Junius II. Browns,
NorrlsK. Norton, - 1
T. W. Whitrldge,
J. Ut SAIOU,
Mania. Ruin. Amui ah Othibs Gentlemen t
In reply to the unmerited compliment which yon
have paid me, I can only say tbat it would ill-become
m to aecline th request which you .have been
plased to make.
Cincinn atl has always been a pleasant home to roe.
and many of her citlcens were among my earliest
friends, and every visit which lhave made to this
city since I left it In my youth, has added to the num
ber many lasting friendships. In the list appended
to your very gratifying call, I recognise the names of
many of our artists, editors, members of the bar, and
other prominent men in the oommunity. This, to
me, ie most Battering, and I shall do my beat to re
spond as requested. As I am just on the eve ef leav
ing the city, I would suggest, if convenient to the
gentlemen, Ibat the Reading shall take place aa early
aa Saturdayof this week. .
, Very truly, yours.
THOMAS' BUCHANAN BXAD.
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WI HATH NOW IH STOCK,
LADIES' CLOTH CLO AKS
MANUFACTURED BT OTJB8ELVE8, .' "
With special attention to ths wants of
City and Country merchants, .
' Varying In price from . ,
S3 to 850 Each! J
'' Thase goods are copies from the
Most Approved Paris Styles,
' p Out this season, made from
CHOICE MATERIALS, jy
FIRST CLASS STYLE.
To merchant Only q
They will be offered at prices securing bar. hH
gains In . t-'
SEASONABLE k SALEABLE OlWiH W
W. P, Devon & Bockwood,
83 an 83 Pearl-street.
notsod "' Between Vine and' Bace.
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which I am selling at a small
advanoe on New Tork prloes, wholesale and retail.
!. J. WEBB, Jr., ;
no4 ' ' 18 Fifth .street., bet. Bace and Elm.
T. BMfflN READ.
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
. Saturday, nov. ;'.",; ; -
Commence at g o'clock P. M. notb
WM. M. HUNTER,
PICKLES AND SAUCES. Just received,
200 doz. aseorled English and American Pickles
and Haucea WIO do. fresh Pracbee I Pineapples I
Strawberries; Blackberries; Green-gages j 3J half
cnesta very superior Oolong, Gunpowder, Young Hy
son and Imperial Teas: 260 ten-pound bags extra
bolted Pensilvanla Buckwheat and Oorn Ileal., lot
sale by A. HoDONALD A CO.,
not M and Branch Store 219 West Fuurth-elreei.
DISSOLUTION -AND CO-PARTNER-BHIP.-The
Arm of W. H. Chanln A Bon was
this day diasolred and a new partnership formed by
B. V. Ohapln. W. W. Bmlth and W. 11. libapln, ir'.
under the style of OBAPIN, SMITH 00., who will
continue tbe Staple and Fanoy Grocery business at
the oorner of Broadway and fifth-streets,
November 1, K9 . ' noc
XEW BUCKWHEAT. -ANOTHER LOT
of cliolos Pennsylvania Buckwheat that can't
be beat. Just received and for sale by
JOHN FICRGUSON, Grocer,
no' Oorner Mlnth and Vine-streets.
FISHI FISH1 FISIII-I HAVE ALWAYS
on hand a supply of pickled and smoked Fish,
comprising Salmon, Mackerel. Herrings. Halibut,
Ac - JOHN PEKOIUSON'drocer.
noli Oorner Ninth and Vine-streets.
T OAF SUGAR, LOVERINQ'S CELE
BBATID Loaf Bugar. Also, Covering's
Crushed, Powdered and Granulated Bugars, In store
and for sale by . JOH N PBHQUSON, Grocery,
o :i. ..'.. .OnrnerNinth and Vine-streets. .
CATHOLIC INSTITUTE. Th tlm for
receiving bids fur building th new Catholic
Institute ha been extended to BAITJRDAT, Nov,
19, tsoo. By order of tbe Board,
noc V . , , WM. BSflDIB, Swretwy. ,
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i9i.n 3",u r:
CHEAP DRY GOODS, '
W have In store complete assortment In every
department.. .: ' ' ., ' '-,
Our Dreaa Silks and Robes
''" Are offered at uncommonly 1
X0"W PHIOES !
CL01R AP SHAWL ROOM
W bay many decided novelties, whioh we offer at
A VABIID ASSORTMENT OF .
Wool Dress Stuffs, &c.
In Printed and Plain Merlnoss and Delaines; De
laine and Cashmere Bobes for Ladles and MIssm;
Paris Velvets; Velours Poplins; Prlntad Flannels
and Cashmeres, for Dressing Gowns; Wool Plaids,
AO. ..- . , y
In Alpacas, Bombasines, Delaines, Herlnoes, Ohal
Hes, Bsrages, llareta, Crapes, Gloves, Handkerchiefs,
Collars, Sets, Valla, Ac. .
' -ALSO-'".'- ."; . i
H08IEBT; GLOVES; HOOP SKIRTS; Shetland
Wool OPEBA HOODS; Vails; Nubles; Armlets; Lg
glnst Brooha SHAWL BOBDEBS; Ladles', Gsnts'
and Children's Winter TJNDEKWEAE at ost;
CLOTHS, CA6SIMKBE3 and VKBTING8 selling
very low; BED BLANKETS; BKIBTINO FLAN
200 Pieces Rich Dress Silks,
From Auction! wiling from 770. to $t S5 per yard.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE.
tnol-T Th A BI .
All K.mas of
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Penny Press Office.
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No. 78 West ,rourth-str3et,
f ! OVrOUTS PIIH'8 OPIBA-HOUil.
v IH3MITTAWCE :r-:.r.
1 Vedssn a"''at Bills on . . . . . ,7
SPOONEE, ATI WOOD & CO., London;
EOTAL BANK OF IEELAND; 4
NATIONAL BANE OF SCOTLAND,
In sums of ( end upwards.. ' .. ' ''
XsT Szckange on Vrano and Oennany.
JAMES F. -MELIUS & CO.,
No. it ttt Thlrd-atrtt.
:'-rrr-: r ty.
fg&T OUR NEW STOCK OF PUH
VrZ is now ready for exhibition. Th assort
mentis large. They are well-mads, Bsiubls goods,
and will be sold at Low Pbicis. " . 1 " ' .
WMii)om & co; ;
V. HATTERS AND ifUBBIBRS, ";
No. 144 Maln-atreet, Below Fourth.
; loca-MWSam ......
OUR STOCK IS VERT COMPLETE IT
ALIi IBS PESIBABLB STYLES, and well
worthy th attsnllon of Ladles desirous of pur
chasing - - ii. , .
AT REASONABLE FBICE9.
J. C. TOYERS& CO.,
. , HATTERS AND FURRIERS, J
No. 149 Main-street, ,
no ONB DOOB BELOW FOTJBTH.
C L O A K S!
fir: y(st ( , . y,
UNXQTJALED,..IN STTLB, , "
; ; , UNEQUALED IN QUALITY, ' "
TJNEQTJAIED IN CHEAPNESS.
: ,!' 'A;.-.. ths.1"-,
10 Dollars, '
i ! p 18 Dollars,
s .. SJ8 Dollars, ; .
; Q5 Dollars,
. 30 Dollars,
,, ; At All th Abvvo Prleeu.
! ' ;: " At All the Abov Price, i
At All the Above Prloasi
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, Pioneer Oloak Bazaar
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"'' , 1 1 J'tr -. ....
--m i oi.ri.s ( DIRECTLY , ..
Opposite the Postoflice.
-ii ' i. . .v loc21-am2p ...
Ths W. Farrin & Co.
; i i'"tt'''.?-- r. .. - .
HAVE EST ABLISHED THE FACT
that they are selling lumber at their yard on
Freeman-street, next to Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton Ballroad, 1 .....-..
Jat lower prices
: "t- :fi.'. . ' . .',
Than any other Lumber Dealers In be city.
" Qnick Sale's aml 'Sinall Profits "
18 THiaiB MOTTO.
. They submll (h following list of prices:
Clear lamber, all thicknesses, 1 In. tpeas fJ7 so $40
Best Common, IX and a inch Plank........ S8 00 30
Best i': i. I Inch Boril.........,.,..., 23 7S 2S 0
Second " all tliicknesea..w.,M.... IS 60 17 1
Sblrd " .. Board f S II 00 12 lit
rub Plank, face meAaure............... M 22 SO 'M 0
Homlock Joist, Scantling aud Xlmbsr..., 11 60 12 09
Poplar '. " ". MUH 14 00
First Common flooring Boards.....,.,... 85 W 87 60
Beoond ,- r 'i.-m " , 23 7 25 00
IMMMHIH 18 W 30 (10
Kint Common Weather Boards..,w,. 16 m 17 60
Second ", " ' IS 00 IS 00
Uedar Posts, 4 by 1, 8 fret, per huudrod..,, 65 00 60 OI
Cedar " for fencing, i " " .,, 80 00 83 1X1
Locust " . " i ' W 00 M 60
. A further rd action of IX per cent, will be made on
bills of $500 or more. '
We have one of the largest and best selected stock
of Lumber In the Olnoinnati market, which we offer
sor sai as id auov price.
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.
' IRISH WlllSKir.
PVKS' iklSH WHISKY FOTJB YEAReT - ;
Old. received on censienmeni from POWIRft h
A 80N, oi Dublin, and MDBPBT, of Cork, for sal
(under bond) at rs,duod prices, by. ,.
notaw - - ' WM. B. BABBT A CO.
NOTICE, All persons are hereby caa
tioned against purchasing Certificate No. 81 of
Trustees of Ohio Life Insurance aud Trust Company,
dated Juu 96. ISM, in favor of Geo, Sblir. for 1400 81,
as application has been made for a doplloat. which
will' M'issusdi unless ths original is funndln due
time, , tooi-yo-nj iuub, n. niinjiiMBijiH.
UTILLIAlI H. BALD'VTIN. ATTOBNlfgV . I
' and Oonaasllor at Law, Chase's Bolldlsj 'W
Ird street, I doers Kast ef Main. - in 1
O li Vi'l .'t .