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THE PRESS.
Home News in Brief.
Judge Dickson trill perform h it last official
aet tbif morning, as one of the Judge of the
Court of Common Plena of Hamilton County,
by wearing irrfarwffice his successor, Iiaso C.
Collins, Tecentl elected by the people, i Pe
tition! are in oireulation in the Third Ward
for signatures, asking Council to eoonsider
tUe vote esUbluliag, the, 'route for, ana
making a oontraot with, the Pend leton-street
Railway Co., in order to strike out that por.
lion along Eait Front-street, between Wash-
nt,fAn-tAA .nil tntMAuit.irm with ConErreas
f . . . or A!
street The City Board of Equalisation have
been considering during the past week! the
assessed value of real eatnta in the Ifirat,
Stoond and Third Wards. To-day the Board
most to got" upon the personal information
obtained during the week' by a visit W the
property itself. All holders of ground and
improvements are requested to examine heir
appraisements, and if dissatisfied, to file com
plaint in writing, a separate one for bach
Ward in which the property is situated.
"The Enda and Aims of Soience " is the
theme of a lecture to be delivered to-night in
the Hall of the Ohio Mechanics' Institute.
To keep adjusting the freight tariff, which
won't stay adjusted, a Convention of Western
Freight Agents will eemble in this oity this
week the plan will be out on Wednesday,
dried and adopted on Thursday, and broken
on Friday. That would be a shrewd way to
favor Street Italroad Companies, as proposed,
to have the City abandon its one cent fox each
passenger, provided commutation tickets over
two roads were issued for tix oenta not one
in a thousand passengers travel over more
than one route, and such a trade would be
unwortyh business men. Let the proposition
be made direct, not covert. - Ample donation
of ground it designed to be made by the Di
rectors of Spring Grova Cemetery for the dead
of the Cincinnati Horticultural Society. Ri
ley, Carey and Heaver have been appointed
by the Society, on conference, to aocept the
same. , .
Editorial and Selected Melange.
New Postoffioe in Kentucky: Keotontonn,
Harrison County; Laoona, Jefferson County;
Uxohange, MeCracken County. New Postoffioe
In Ohio: Stow, Summit Co. . Postoffioe discon
tinued in Ohio: Woodland, Darke County.
PoslofBee discontinued in Eentuoky: Ingle
side, Warren County. '
We note the following list of Grand officers
of the Grand Bodies I, 0. 0. P., of the State
of Eentuoky. Grand Lodge C. A. Preston,
Winchester, Q. SI.; Win. Max veil, Covington,
D. 0. M.; Amos 8hinkl, G. B.j Wm. White,
Lenisville, G. See'y. Grand Encampment 0.
. Cady, Maysvllle, G. P.; Aj J. Pranois,
Covington, G. S. W.; Wm. White, Louisville,
. Seo'y.
Ilev. E. B. Crisman has written a book giv
ing the origin and doctrines of the Cumber
In ml Presbyterian Church, which has been
recen.lv imblished in St. Louis. -
Iiv Dr. Onhill. of thn Ttnmui flutlinlie
Church of Ireland, has sailed for the United
States. He is expeoted to make a tour of the
StUi.
Bishop Mellvaine and the Assistant Bishop'
Bev. Dr. Bedell, will meet a large body of
the ministers of the Protestant Episcopal
Church of the Diocese of Ohio, at Cleveland,
to-morrow.
Yesterday was the twenty-first Sunday
after Pentecost.
. Judge Itooaevelt, of the Supreme Court of
Sew York, has decided that where a wife
uontraots debts, even with the knowledge of
her husband, provided that the wife contracted
the debts for trading in her own name, the
btwliaiid is not liable therefor.
The Law School in this city is prospering;
seventy-five students are in attendance from
various parts of the West, and more are com
ing in. : ',, i j
The Sons of Malta of Ohio hold a State Con
tention at Columbus to-morrow.
Dr. James Williams, of the Slate Auditor's
oftice, and of the Maltese stripe, is reported
to have tome singularly ominous initials
tucked ' to the end Of his very respectable
name. If 'tis so recorded, we will have to
be satisfied. , t
The Paris style of dressing hair most in-
teres t our lady readers; the hair is parted in the
middle, and arranged in rloh bandeaus wound
round the head in doable plaits in the form of
a diadem. On the baek part of the head is
(listened a large velvet bow with long ends.
Sevonty-four men, with forty-five horses
Magruder's Monnted Battery have left Gov
ernor's Island, New York, for Leavenworth via
St. Louis. '
What does the Cleveland Plain DtaUr mean
by telling the boys who serenaded Mr. Paran,
late Postmaster of this olty, to "take oareT"
Closing with this language: "There will be a
Battering in that flook of pigeons as soon as
the old Leoompton Blunderbuss can be leveled
tn them. " u '.'
Ah boyt.ab boys, thon'lt get the fame, :
la they'll rout yon like a herrin.".
Is the Looonipton Blunderbuss old Back? and
It he also the old Harry? ! , y..,
i i
Tin Wsddiso. A practical humorist, a Mr.
Tompkins, of Cleveland, gave a party a few
evenings ainoe, on tne oeeasion or the tentn
anniversary of hUsddlng,tnd had, in Oviedo
style, instead of diamonds, neatly polished tin
ware or au Kinds prominently exposed oa tne
kitchen table.' The company had a Jolly time.
Backing His Friends.
The .Cincinnati JEtquirtr gives the Presi
dent the fallowing Hole back 1 "Removing
offlee-holders and putting them back teems
to constitute the taain province of this Ad
uiimiHruiiuu.
, BiXGOIStABT MrjSDIB IX TlXAS. A CON"-
apbndent wrlt to" ua from Camp Verde,
Texas, on tbe 20th tilt., that a mBn, woman
! mij otaiid were trjurderjid about liftoea miles
Irjm thst place, by tbo Indians, a day or two
before, and 1 that Major Ilerntslaman had or
dered out a eoootiog party in pursuit. .
i. A large bear,, weighing 000 ponnds, had
- ..... . i i -. .
Man kiiieanearuemp'verae oj a aiextean
. who iwX a desperate enoonnter wun jJrain.
the brute had done nnoh damage In tbe
oommunlrv, and wa the fcer of tbe aelgh
keshood.' ' .'.V' ii'
I In.,.
eg II.
Our Wholesale Trade.
On. of th. strong point, of th. .t
lability of
Cincinnati wholesale trade is the trustworthi
ness of the wholesale merchants. Business,
though reduced to a'syitem, Is not shorn of
its honesty. For years and years men nave
been In the same firms, and furnished tbe
same clasi e'eustpmers with reliable goodn,
on fair terms, without misrepresentation, and
hence a character has been formed which
brought wealth with it, but which is intrinsi
cally above wealth. Enter into one of these
establishment's: from cellar to garret-story
goods are systematically arranged in a suitable
light for examination, and, as is done in most
houses, all unreliable stook is excluded. Take
the artlole of prints many dealers keep not a
oase but those of. fast colors, so that a custo
mer has foil rellanae that no deeeit will or oan
be practiced. The credit our Jobbers have in
the East is that of prompt, safe business men.
If they purchase an invoice to the amount of
say two hundred thousand dollars, they do
not rashly repurchase until collections make
good the original pnrohase, so that no speou
Iatory demand involves men of prudence in
debt beyond their payment. We know of
many suoh reliable, houses; they are general;
they are an anohor of safety to our oity. Por
method and merit, for strict observance of
their own financial condition, In weekly and
monthly reviews of their business, commend
us for instruotion, enoouragemenc ana praise
to our Cincinnati merchants.
These remarks have been induced by a
casual 'observation of the stock and store of
friends Ceus. Wolf k Co., successors of
Tbos. Shabp k Co., dry goods jobbers, on
Walnut-street, a few doors below Fourth-
street. Pourtean years of systematic manage
ment has scoured this firm a handsome for
tune and a business ohsraoter above reproach.
EtopiMRXT in Illinois. Edward Knook,an
individual whom the good citisens of tbe town
of Adeline had elevated to the dignified and
honorable position of 'Squire, last week eloped
with a milliner and mantua-maker, who bad
been boarding for some time at said Knock's
bouse. Knock js a married man and has left
hit wife to reflect upon the sad misfortune she
encountered when she joined herself, "for
better or worse," to such a villain. We arc
informed that the "frail oreature" with whom
Knock eloped, hails from Rookford, and is,
very probably, the"gress widow" whom Knock
was so attentive to in the early part of summer.
At any rate, tne event we notice appears to be
the legitimate offspring of his clandestine ad
ventures in Rookford. But the scandal of this
matter is scarcely its worst feature. Knock
bas taken along with him, besides a very good-for-nothing
woman, some very good money
report says that about $1,000, for which bis
security must answer, as it wae money which
came in his possession hy virtue of his office.
SSl, lforru0jU Oa,) "Watchman. .
. The House o? the Bishop 01 Pittsbubo
Bobxed. The telegraph has already men
tioned the burning of Bishop O'Connor's house,
but the DitpaWK gives these particulars:
Tbe furniture was removed, but in a damaged
condition ; hundreds of books were thrown from
the windows of a room in the second Btory,
(ovldently used as a library,) and considerably
damaged by their fo.ll into tbe mud below.
Pictures, furnitureeverything, in short, apper
taining to so extensive a dwelling-house, was
removed, the most valuable part of it in toler
able condition. Tbe walls of tbe building re
main, but wilt doubtless be taken down, to
give place to a more suitable edifice. It is
supposed that, through some defect in the Hue,
nrewaj communicated ny tne curning soot to
the building tt some point near the roof. Tbe
loss is estimated at from $5,000 to $7,000.
Sunday Rxcbsutioiii ih Niw Oblkanb. A
shooting affair took plaoe on Sunday afternoon.
the 30th nit., between James Boyle and
Policeman James McLaughlin. McLaughlin
asked Boyle if he had said certain things
derogatory of a friend, which he answered in
the affirmative, when JHoliaugblin struok Boyle
and knocked him down. JJoyle soon arose,
and, drawing a revolver, fired five shots at Mc
Laughlin. McLaughlin drew, and fired twice,
but his pistol dogged at tbe third cap, and no
one was touched. While McLaughlin was
firing, Boyle drew a bowie-knife end advanced
on McLaughlin, who threw down his weapon
and cried out that he was unarmed. One of
Boyle's friends caught his arm, and thus (he
matter ended.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH Liverpool Cotton Market-Per America.
;
j
:
Nhw Toks, November 4. Tbe Liverpool
Cotton .Circular, reoeived by tbe steamer
America, give the following particulars of the
market:
Messrs. Riohardson, Bpenoe k Co. say that
the American advices by the Arabia boing
more favorable with regard to the growing
orop, are consequently advorse to the prospects
of tbe holders here, but owing to the eoaroity
of the middling and bettor grades of New Or
leans and Mobiles prices are supported at
last weeks rates. Messrs. Hewitt's Ciroular
saya tbe demand Is good, but buyers have
been freely met, and the market is devoid of
spirit. Notwithstanding a largo business,
better qualities are much wanted, and owine
to their actual icarcity, holders are enabled to
obtain a slight lurcher advance. Low sandy
grades are being forced off at low figures. The
import of the week were 83,000 bales, and the
amount known to be at sea is 2,000 bales.
The closing quotations are: Middling Orleans,
iy,d.; do. Mobiles, 7i.; do. Uplands, 6d.
Stallerfobt'i Ciroular says of American Cot
ton: Clear Orleans is chiefly inquired for;
Mobiles are less, and Uplands are almost in
disfavor; Middling Orleans is quoted at 7Jd.
Messrs. Wakefield and Nash say that the
higher grades of fair arel-16 higher.
Holders of lower grades are free; . sellers, but
without improvement in quotation closing as
follows: Middling Orleans 7 3 18, Middling
Mobiles 7, Middling Uplands 6 11-16. Meism.
Keatly k Co. say that the manufacturers are
as aotiroly engaged as ever,-and the China
demand resumes its great proportions; Mid
dling Orleans are quoted at 7 3-18, Middling
Mobile 7, do. Uplands S 13-16. Messrs. Momatt
k Co. report an advance of 1-16 in thu
better, qualities of American, and quotes prioss
the same as Keanley k Co.. Messrs. Ilaughton
k Son i i say there is no decided advanos,
Ihougn naetui grades are improved slightly in
value. Messrs. Claire k Sons say tbe market
is healthy, and prices of desirable grades are
well supported; they quote Middling Orleans
do. Mobllea 7d., do. Uplands fid.
Messrs. Drake k Kleinsworth say that the
demand runs principally npon the middling
qualities, which are daily getting scarce and
realising extreme prices, but the lower grades
mast . necessarily soon show the attention of
buyers, and are already somewhat steadier in
price. ,;, , ' .-. i ' , , .
From New York.
New Tohc, November 8. Arrival Bark
omr from the Afrlnan coasts ' The schooner
Jno. A. Slanlmj, with a cargo of ootton, is ashore
on Square. Beach. '
River News.
falling
slowly; two feet ten inches to tbe canal.
MARRIED.
uuAtaroiaB umsar.ijujr), on Tuesday, Ho
1, is Hparta, lad., by the Uav. Dr. Perrlne, Mr. .
B. Uhampman, at the Ohio and Mississippi Kn
road, la Hiss Xlltabetb, ;nngest dauahhir of II
UHAMPMAH-0)RKKM!JH,-On Twsday, Nov.
vi. rernne, nr. o.
:nll
tlr. Oeergs Cornelius. . ,
liar the yonni eonple, wbo have entered npon Ibis
aev life, experience all of Its Joys and few or none of
Its eareel. May tbe highest Ideals of tkolr souls bs
reallasd, and their days be passed as delicious
dream! tbe Dove of Poaee fly evr across the r
pathway, and She Lark of tore ever Its eellaio'
mnele above tktar head.
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...i)"jn.ki jiime (, an u :t i .
SPECIAL NOTICES.
OMo Mechanics' Institute.
'A LECTURE WIIX BE DE.
LIVEHED In the Hall for the Institute, on
I Wednesday, November 9,
5. ; -v- -!.: ' " ;
PHILIP BOILEAU JONES, PH. D., AO,
Late Lecturer to the 8ocletjr of Arte, of Oret BrtUln,
tlieltojrnl Polyclinic, Coloueum eud oilier 3:ien
tiflc Institution, tjaljjttt:
"TIIE ENDS AND AIM OF 80IENOK,"
Elucidating Hie pronertlei of matter, aul Illustrated
by new and interMtlug experiments and ipecimene.
Leoturo to commpnee at S o'clock. AdinliilMion IS
cents. Meuitors' tickets can be obtained on apnli
cation to the Olerk of the Institute. m 7o
I. . O. F. FUNERAL, NO.
TIC'E The officers and msmbars of OHIO
L.OL.iiX. Wo. 1. are reauested to meet at their Hall.
north-west corner QI Walnut and Thlnl strtsu,
TUIS DAY (Mondav), Nov. 7. at I o'olcck P. M.,
for theoorponoof attending the funeral of Brother
JAttntj HUriSliN. i
Members of other Lodgtn are respectfully invited
to attend. ' QKO. A. Pr.TEK, Pr, Secreiary.
I. O. O. V. FUNERAli NO-
TlflR. Th officers and members of
YV1L.UET KNUAMPHF.NT, No. I, are reguMtrd to
uiwlat their Hall TUIS DAY (Mouday), Nov. 7, at
I o'clock P. II., fur the purpoBo of attending the
funeral of Patriarch JAMES HUDSON.
Members of otUsr Encampments ar respectfully
Ipvited to attend. '1 OKU. A. l'KTER, dcrlbe.
TIIE SHIELDS GUARDS
wish to Inform their friends, and
llio imljllc in geuernl, that they will (rive Ibelr
seventh unnn il Military and Civic Eall of the
season at Metropolitan Hall, corner of Ninth LJbA
nuu n uiuut'Sireei, uu xwoouai r. i
1KO, Nov. 8, 1S.W. OAPr. T. T. McCABTHY.
ftio2c7th,BthJ
TEMPLARS. ATTENTION.
Thar, will lm a Public Installation of Of.
licer of Pendleton Temple of Honor, No. 6, on
MONDAY F.VENlNO.Nov. 7. The tt. W. T. of this
citato will conduct the installation ceremonies and
deliver an addruss. si. P. GAUIS will alio address
theaudlonce. I bo exercises will take place In Keck
4 Hubbard's brick shop, near " Mnurtaman's Hall."
All Templurs nre earnestly requested to uiset at
"Templars' Hall" at t o'clock and turn oat la pro
cshsIou. A brass hand will be in attendance. The
pubjio are eordUlly iuvlttd. By order of the Com
mittee. no5b
Phrenological and Physiognomical
EXAMINATIONS,
WITH CHARTS AND DE
KCRIPTIOSS of Character, lndlcatini the
Occupation or Proroesion in life In which each per.
on may best succeed and be niont nseful and happy,
by Dr. O.llUAKbA, No. 104 fourth-street. .
no3fmt I
OFFICB OK THE I'ASSEN-
oer railroad -.,
(iOmPAKY OV 0INOIN- Jr. JfiusJJiA
NATJ.S.W.cornerofThlrd aaa'toSSJtf
and Itace-streets, October ,3CU)aiSauIS
15, MM.-This road is now open. Osra will atart,
at Intervals of ten minutes, from 6:30 A. M. un-
iii luiuingiit, luuiiiiij, eastward ou TUirulreel
from Wood to Lawrenc. street, anil westward oa
Fourth-street to Smith, and on Fifth-street to
Wood. Cltlaens will please bear in mind that the
cars will Invariably crosj intersecting streets before
stopplus for pasaengers.
ocivtf JAMK3 J. BOBBINS, President.
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL. DIS-
OOVERY is acknnwlrlimi1 hv fh.
nent physicians, and by the inont careful drneglsts
throughout I lie United Stutos, to be the most effectual
bliirHl-piiriller ever known, and to have relieved more
s'liloriiiK, and eflected more permanent cures, than
an prepuration known to the profession. Scrofula,
Salt Hheuni, Erysipelas, Scald-head, scaly eroptlono
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few Dottles, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor.1 Full
and explicit direct ions for the cure of ulcerated sore
legs, and otliercorrupt andrnnniiignlcers.isRlvenln
the pamphlet with each bottle. For sale by JOHN D.
PA UK, SlIIKK. KOitSTEIN k CO., and OEOKGK
ol. DIXON. Price 81. sepU-ay
PALMER'S LIQUID BLANC
DE PEARLE T fiu aiinsnuaHlii. ,ho ....
of powdsri for tbe face, as, in addition to all the de
sirable properties of the finest powder, it posseatea
that of allaying all inflammation, removes tan, sun
burn and Iriicklei. and when properly applied, its ef
fects can not be uistlDguislted from those of nature's
own tx'niitlfler. It ia applied with a soft Bponge, rub
bing the face gently with a piece of soft llannel after
it has become dry. Price 60 cents.
PALMER' BAIiM Or" HfHfM.-Ts a pre
p nation that will be duly appreciated by ail that de
sire to restore by art the bloom of youth Its appli
cation is quite easy, lis offnets perfectly natnrnl, and
Its use is entiroly harmless. It ia applied with a
moistened cloth. Price ii cents.
PAI.MBK'S 'fllKHLE EXTRACT OP
00 LOON B WATIJH. The sweet tnd lasting fra
grnriCH of tbin article has been the subject of general
admiration for the past ten years. It closely re
semblta tbe celebrated Farina Cologne In fragrance,
while many persons prefer it to this world-renowned
article. It is prepared from tsaterlaleof the greatest
f linty, wi h all the skill that science can atford, and
i destined to suporeede most articles of a similar
character. It is elegantly put tip In fancy Toilet But
tles of various ilr.oii also, In Quart und Dipt packing
bottles, lp replenish thoaa of a niorecostly charaoter.
tfannrnoturer and Importer of Perfumery, No. M
West Fourth-atraet.
nox
Dixon's Sugar-coated Fills.
Purely Vegetalile nud Pleataut to Use.
sWAdmlttod to be the Best Family Pill la use. ,
Prepared only by
GEO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
auM-cm Corner of Fifth and Maln-streeU. ;
I
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LECTURE
- : BY . I
THOS. STARR KING,
-AT-
Pike's Opera-house,
On Tuesday Evening, Nov. 8. .
SCBJI2CT.J ' LAWS OF DISORDER.'
ADMISSION ...
..as CENTS.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Lecture to oommence at
S o clock. Tickets for sale at the Library and at the
door. , no7b
Grand Subscription Concert.
rg.Taige
Announces to his friends, the nihscrihors, and to tbe
public generally, tnat tbe first ,of his two SCli
bUlilPTION COUCfiliTS will be given at
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL,
, MONDAY, NOV. 7,
On whioh occasion the following Artists and dls
tlngutHhed Amatsurs will psrfoini: .
MlssOEOROmAPAIOB, . 1
lllsiEHEUKPAIOK,'
, MlM ELLEN PAIOI, !
3tr. CHARLES WARBEN,
l , ; V.O.B -X, Eso..
Mis; Paige will sing at tills Concert the extremely
bsantlfnl anil dlfflcnlt piece for tbe voice, and two
flutes, from Meyerbeer's Operaof .
JVEtoile u Kordi '
a, Tai Sraa or TBI Neat, ; ;
Whlsb bas never been attempted by any artiste In
tills oonntry hut Jeuny Lind.
The MissxsGoorginaand ISrullle Palgnwlll also per.
firm the comic aud very novel Duet, from tbe sane
Opera, sang by . ... , . , ,
. , "LIS T1VAMDIEKE3," : :
TheTwoOanttneenof the Regiment-never before
performed in ih is conntiy. i ,
Minn Bllen Paiie will sine; some of her most effec
tive English UsTladi, with which the public bare
hitherto expreeeed so much satlafaotlon. ,, , i....
. Tickets of admission so cents each; Family Ticket
(adniittluir lour persons to both Concerts) J each;
can bs procurMl of R. O. Paige, 17 West third
street, and at the Mnalc Stores. i "..In
Concert to commence at 8 o'clock, precisely. , i
- MQTal ''""
OtD WINE8. Just reoeived, seven, quar
tr ranka very superior old Port, Sherry and
Madeira Wines, old vlntaire, for sale, by sallon or
bottle, by . i A. McDONAbD i CO., . ., .
nu7 Mano Branch Htoro M West Fontlh-st.
GOLDEN 8TRUP. Juit received,' some
very line Baltimore Golden rtyrnp. For sale by
A. UoDUrlALD A CO.,
nnT M and Branch Htnrsma West fourth-st.
SMOKED SALMON AND HALIBUT.
Jnst rseelred, eight eses Tsry line Smokod
Belmon and Halibut, rortnlnhr
A. UcDOHALD 00.,
It sad Brsneh store US Wst f ortb-e,
- J .r. I & .t. i.,e-.it !t
.I'.'jjj in l.;;i,.i'l tiui !
DELAND, ;
GOSSAGE &
CUYLER,
U i j
West Fourth-st.
Have made LAROB ADDITIONS to tbelr superb
stock of ""
WHICH TBET OrrBB AT ; . R
GREAT BARGAINS.
! Varioni Styles Bilk Bobee, bom tlft;
Printed All-wool Delaines, 37c. ;
AU-woel Plaids, 7Xo. per yard; .
. Rich Delaine and Cashmere Bohes;
, Bobee de Chambro and Printed Flannel ;
, Fancy Silks, bought very low,
. .. And offered at correspondingly
LOW, PniOES !
MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY
' ,; -or- " i
WINTER CLOA1CS
: ' . AND ' ' '." '. .
SHAWLS.
Blegant Velvet Cloaks;
Taney Cloaks and Shawls, all prices.
' . ALSO ;
Broebe Shawl Borden;
Eitra Quality Kid Glo res in Black;
' White and Colors at 79c.
Ladles', Gents' and Misses' TJNDERWKAB avooat;
together with a oomplete assortment of
XH.TT GOO x s,
In all its branches, at price to oorrespond with tbe
; above.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYEER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE! riKE'S OPEUA-HO0SB.
' lno7-M WB1 '
XEW BOOKS
RECEIVED DTJBIHQ THX PAST WEEK, AND
rOBSALXBY .; -
RICKEY, ULLOM & CO.,
No. 145 Main-street.
DIBMOIK OF TIIE LIFE OF JOHN QUIN
CV ADAMS.
BT J0SIAH QCINCY, LL. D.
1 vol. 13mo me (Meeeeeteeteeeeeteieeeiesee Price $2
It.
THE LIFE, TBAVELS AND BOOKS OF
, ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT.
With an Introduction by BAYABD TAYLOB.
I vol. 12mo Price SI 2S
. ; . .." nr. " ., .
A GOOD FIGHT, AND OTIIKK TALE.
BY CHARLES BEADS,
Authorof " Lore lie Little, Love lie Long," " Never
too i.ate w nienu, ao, .
I vol. Umo Price 7 oenta.
IV.' '-.I''
SWORD AND GOWN.
By the author of " Ony Livingstone."
1 vol. Svo., paper Prtoe 33 cents.
TUB MONEY-KING, AND OTHER
BY JOHN O. BAXE.
1 vol. llmo..... . Price 79 oents.
WOMEN ARTISTS IN ALL AGHS AND
COUNTRIES,
i BY MBS. XL LETT.
Author of "The Women of tbe American Bevolu.
.... . Hon." i: . . .,, ,
1 TOl !JlslOst(tiMiestt(s(eeMevei.sessse.sis .ese.FliC6 S
ALSO, FRESH SUPPLIES OP '
ABBOTT'S EMPIRE OF RUSSIA.
1 vol. Svo., with Portrait Price Si M
' AND
The Minister's Wooing. 1
BY MRS. HARRIET BEEOHKB BTOWE.
1 vol. 13mo .,............Prloe f 1 U
RICKEY, MALLORY & CO.,
No. 145 MAIN-STREET.
,'no7J
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
' .... OK .
ENGLAND, '
IRELAND AND
i ; i SCOTLAND,
Por sale by
noTaw 1
WM. B. BAHBY A 0O
Postoffioe Building.
Western Lands.
2 firm ACRES CHOICE WESTKRN
eVf Vr VFLsudu, forsale low for cash, or ex
changed for property In this city or Kentucky.
1,000 acres in Harahan Co., Wis.;
, (WO " , " Webster Co., Iowa; '
I 10 Kookland Co., III. i
. noTaw i .. . ,; WM. B. BABBY A 00.
840
ACRES VERY CHOICE LAND IN
- ' - - riiKMll wijiiijr, iun(i,u. viu.h w &'ni.r-
ette. Mew Albany A Halem Railroad runs through
tbe land. Oity property villi be taken in exchange,
or It will be leased for a term of years.
noTaw ... i ... WM. B. BABBY A 00.
Texas Land.
i.
2nnn acres of the finest
VUV LAND for stock raising or agri
cultural rue, will be sold low for cash, or exchanged
for a farm In this State or Kentucky.
. no7aw: .;. WM. B. BABBY A CO. ,
' Covington Property. ' I
WE HAVE S LOTS IH "SOUTH COV
IHOTON. Ky., OH the bank of the Licking,
joining Cole's (tardea a beautiful looatlon for a
family villa, There are many Improvements going
on there, and a church about twin bnllt. Theee lots
will bo sold at eaoo, iaela yearly payments.
no7aw i . WM.BTbaBRYACO.
i Land Warrants. 1 ',;
We will.pat the highest mar
KEi' price lor Lrtnd Warrants, and make lo
cations for our friends tl rough our stents, in any of
the States where lands are npen forentrr. and attend
to paving tee thereon.. WM. B. BARRY A CO.,
no7aw PostoBlcs Building.
, 1 FIEE AND MAEISE. v-t .
The citizens' insurance com
pany OP OINCIN N AT (. Authorized flap
ttal, tmi.OOO.-DiasoToas-Wllllam Wood, James W.
Cuaulngham, George W. Bishop, Andrew Brken.
breoher, laaao . U..pelln, George R. Dixon, Sydney
H. Clark. Josph Beakiri. Win. fliber. leAAO 0.
OOPRLS)M, President; GEO. W. COPBLIN, Hso'y;
A. M. BOSS, anrveyor. Vtlce, No. S West Third.
Street, Trust Company Building., Jai,..,j no7
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f-ji a u. l.oiti ) v't '
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
103, 105;
1
West Fourth-street.
NEW CLOTH CLOAKS
NEW' SHAPES.
Paris-niade Velvet Cloaks,
; New Winter Shawls,' . j i
1 Stella Shavls,
HISSES' SIMWIS,
; Shawls for Men and Boys, j
CLOAKS FOR LADIES AM) MISSES,
Made to Order. 1 .',;"
John Shillito & Go.
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SHAWLS!
We have now Instoreacorttiiletoassortinentof egj
Wool Shawls,
Broebe gbawls, CQ
Stella Shawls, 'SI
Cloth Shawls, m
Many styles of which oan not be found In any
other WHOLK3ALI HOUSE tn the West j
W, P. Deyou & Rockwood
i 83 att 85 Pearl-ntreet, '
'. : Ua
Cloaks, Shawls and Bonnets,
And Wholesale Dealers in ,
SILK GOODS!
1 1 nosceodj ' '
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
SHAWLS!
MILLINERY
TRIMMINGS!
IN ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES,
"' 11 " iito it ' ', ' i
MODERATE PRICES,
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S. WILSON'S.
i .i ,
No. 78 West Fourth-stroet,
.... . . . . , j
OPPOBITB PIKE'S OPBEA-HODSI. ' : ,
nosj - !j
Wines and Liquors for Medlcln
. al lTse. . - i
nilll OI.T BRANDIES. I
i
J? Pine old Bourbon Whisky; ,i. I
Pine old Rye Whisky;
Vine old Ilollsnd Gin ; -
Pine old Jamaica Hum; :
Pine old Madeira Wines; ' '(.". ,
Pine old Sherry Wines ; ... 1 . . ; ; . i ! - '
, . Plus old i)rv Port Wines; ;
Pure old Juice Port Wines i ,'
Still' and Sparkling Catawba, Olaret, Scotch Ale,
London Porter, Wolfe's Schnapps, Ubarlee'e London
Cordial Gin, Blnninsir's Old London Dock Oiu, Ac.
Thtse Wines and Liquors have been selected with
especial care, and may be relied upon aa strictly
Dure auu VI iuv uu.l uituuiivn r.n imv vi . i
8UI11B, K0K8TBIN IjCO.J
noT-o ; ' p i . Opposite the Postoffioe.
Dragglsts Scales.
II ! Si AIM
W' ARE AGBNT8 x70r"tHB BALL
of 'J rnemner'e Druggists' Scales, and ban
on hand an assortment of .I .
JHarblr, Braes and Iron Column Scales j, '
r.nnntr a.lp.. with Conner Dishes : '
'' Prescription- enataes with Silver and Brass Dishes ;
, Una I
welgnteinjiiocasiii.ij ,t h,.- t.u
Braes Weignuiu neste:
Zinc Weight; In Heats, Ac. '
a itain rssis. arc. !
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'Forsale by " - BUIBB, KOKSTEIN A CO.,' '
noJ-: :v, vi ' Upposlte tlm foetofll'ie.
Concentrated Ler." j ,
THIB ARTICIiE IS IlltHIIj Y RBCOM
ijoft Soap, with but little trouble and expense. It K
io decldtully economical that all shonld aire il a trial,
Fors
sale or buiub, aunsiKini at uu.
no7-o
Opposite, the Poetoltlue. '
Congress Water. 1 0 '
Rf CASES GONO&ESS WATKE JUS'.
t3F receleed, direot from the Bprinfs, fresh an.
In prime order. Forsnleby- . ,1.
BUIBB, SCK.8T1CIN ft OO..Drnglsts,
1 no7-o i Opposite the PostoBoe. ,
'MUSIC STORE,
No. 68 West Fonrthtreet.
'A it THE LATEST AND M03T PC
X. LAB Mails rewired at stea as piblUhed
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
3 Vf.KEMITTAICEr
,TQ.ENaLAlttAN0,. ,,. .
1f t HU lt , i. "'"vVALKsl.
,. We Issue sight Bills on
SPOON Eft, AtTWOOD k CO., Londonj
BOxAL BANK OTf IRELAHD; ,,
atioitai. bank o?. bcoiland.
, i, i, losniMofttandnpwardi.
T" exchange oa franoe and Germany. '
JAMES F. MELINE & CO.,
ooMtdecl No. 17 West Thlrd-elre.
i-tff"- r',stij'i"a'
Ladies Purs!
I'll 'J U T ' ti U 1
OUR MEW STOCK OP FURS
. Is now ready for exhibition. Tke assort
ment Is large. They are well-made, BlLiaau goods,
and will be sold at Low Paiosl. . , : ,
WM.DODD&CO,
' ' HATTERS AND TURRIBRS,
, No. 144 Maln-etreet, Below Fourth.
locJ2.MW8aml .
IiADIESr FUBS!
OUR STOCK 18 VERY COMPLBTB IN
ALL THE DBtIKABLE STTLXS, and well
worthy the attention vt. Ladle desirous of pur
chaaiss .. . .
Fine Purs
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
T HATTER3 AND FURRIKR3,
No. 149 Main-it iti'eet,
noj . . . OKB DOOK BEL'OW FOUBTH.
CLOAKS!
Cloaks! Cloaks!
UNEQUALED IN STYLE, . :
,; UNEQUALBD IN QUALITY,
;, UNEQUALED J.N CHEAPNESS.
DEWDEOP,
lO Dollars,
S: 'ia Dollars.
15 dollars,
18 Dollars,
f ':3;DollarV-'':
3 Dollars,
Dollars,
SO Dollars, '
2,8 Dolors!
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LA VENICE,
At AU the) A bare Prioea.
MILAN WRAPPER,
At All the AboTB Prioea. 1
BBRNON,
At All tho Chore Prices
AT TES
Pioneer Oloak Bazaar
0E0R0E LEWiS.!
, DIRECTLY '
Opposite the Postoflilce.
. loo2l-am2pj . . ... ..'
ATTENTION, BUILDE RS!
Th. W. Farrin & Co.
in-, : : : .1. .:' .-i i. -i
I ..i-i. ; '. .-.-i
HAVE ESTABLISHED TBJ iVACT
that they are selling lnmber at faelr yard on
Freeman-street, next to Olnolnuatl, IlamlliWn and
Dayton Ballroaa, , , :, , . ., UJ ..;.,,., ,M
AT. LOWER PRICEtS
Than any other Lnmber Dealers In tj olty.
"Quick Sales and. Small Profits"
e9 laAm JuvxxVei
71V I i . it ( v C'
They submit the following liat of prices:
Cash. 1
tt't
10 iA
Clear lember, all thicknesiee.l in. neae tw
Ml
Best Common, 1 and a Inch Plank........ S8 00
ISL 1.'. i&?22 -'9
at r.
371
IS 60
Third r " - Boarde.i.....
Onib Plank, face measnre....!"" .,
Uomlock Joist, Scantllnel and Timber.
Poplar - i ' .. . .. .
Be'cond0" m .W".1
Tlilrd -mm i. "
11 N .11 A
2250 as as
11 90 13 M
12 00
35 00
a 7
it m
37
31)0)
la Aft
first Common Weather Boards.,
WOO. 17 Ma."
t-jar Posts, 4 by 4, 1 feet, pt r hundred.... U 00 AO
U W 13 00
r ioriencinfw so 00 S3 tjK
Locust i '. .i-l ' 2oo 22 tS
A farther redootlon f m per cent. wlU he mede.oo
blllsof $.i00or more. , . i,'
wehareoneof thlsrgeetand beat selected stoi ike
of Lnmber In the(l,iolnati market, whioh we of J.r
for sale at tbe aboee prices. , . i i- a $ a
I Tlina ' TO . T?TT)TT VflA
KEEPI(J BOO KS
I .... I ' ... ,!. .. ..ii
BY DOUBLE ENTR 5T
W1U tare half the oanal amount of lobor, a bS tW
curate and readily comprehended. '
AU Interested (n thejBclence of Aecnnb mr
tiled to eall and examine this new method iae)
for tbenuelTes. ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,., ...
EVENING SESSION.
The Irenlng Session will commence '
OX , NEXT, MONDAY BVEJIKCI,
sjerPayOTasem'eetaa'raToal.l"'
8.' BAOON,'Prijioipal
aepi3tr ' . i.ui.i.,.-ii.
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K I . - I t.i I 11 leJailK-ll ItJII
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