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THE PBES.
AKDTff.'IBANOlflOO. JOSS D.CALDWBLL
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The Telegraph.
. ' 8m Important news to telegraph oolomn m
to supposed Ion at hi of Teasel from Aus
tralia, with four hundred passenger; end m to
cutragei lit Brownville, Texas. '
The Democratic National Contention.
Oar Information .leads u to the oonoluiion
that the Nominating Convention of the Demo
crats party, fur President and Vice President,
Kill be arranged to be held at Charleaton,
Booth Carolina,, on th SOU of April, 1880.
The committee will decide on the 7th of
next month, at Washington City. t ,
Personal Influence.
Teachers ahould he mindfuf of the unex
ampled opportunitiei in their power, by con
vocation by a wont" Spoken In' seaion to
ui'u the youth entrmted to them to the bet
tor way. More good and eril, it haa been
said, hai been aooompliihed. In this world by
the limple process of lalkinf, than in any
other way. Dr. Chalmim declared, that "No
ltctures or addresses have half the force of
tueae fcrxMal communications." ' :
Help Your Brethren in Distress.
We appeal to Amerioan laborers, to journey
men meohanioi, to gire a mite of their earn
ings to a fund to be forwarded to the London
builders tn strike, who have appealed to the
public for aid in supporting their families.
Excessive mortality prevails among the unem
ployed operatives; many of whom, the latest
news announce, will perish from want and
disease. Right or wrong, these people ahould
not be allowed to starve, let our Cincinnati
trades union or aooieties, avail themselves ot
the Bohiller festival holiday to inaugurate a
movement of aid to their lesa favored brethren
in distress. Humanity calls!
"Turn-Outs" in the City Council.
Sixteen votes, out of thirty, were obtained
in the City Council last night in favor of per
mitting the Cincinnati Street Railroad Com
pany to lay down turn-outs, if oonsent oould
be'obtained of property holders, on each aide
of the street to be ocoupled. The President
deolded that eighteen, a majority of the all the
members, was neoessary to carry the resolu
tion. An appeal was taken, but the President's
ruling' was sustained, as a matter of good
policy, the City Solicitor having given his
verbal opinion that the resolution was legally
adopted. Further aotlon will be necessary
before the people of the West End can ride In
both directions on the Ninth-street ' route.
Brown's Way not the Right Way.
The good Wiihikqtox's plan of abolishing
slavery is thus expressed Jn his own words:
"There is not a man living who wishes more
sincerely than I do to see a plan adopted for
the abolition of it; but there is only one
proper and effeotual mode by whioh it can be
accomplished, and that is, by legislative
authority. This, as far as my suffrage goes,
shall never be wanting."
While the occasion offers a lesson of Instruc
tion to the intemperately exeited Southern
people, both aa to the patriotism of the North
and the whole subject of emancipation, it ad
monishes the advocates of free labor not to
war with the sword, but with argument and
kindness. .
Carrying the War into Africa.
The Straits of Gibraltar, thirty-three milts
lung and eight miles wide, joins the Atlantic
Osoan and the Mediterranean Sea, and divides
Spain and Morocco. The Emperor of Morocco
' has committed some Inhuman cruelties and
threatened to tan the hide of the Spanish she lion
as white and soft as silk. The fast Queen by
General O'Donkill, formerly of Cnba, de
tires to carry the war into Africa, ' and
bombard Tanglers, as the French did in 1844,
and kick the blaoks and Bedouins about in the
streets of Tetuan until satisfaction it obtained
. fur Insults and Injuries. . France is ready to
give her aid, as Frenoh soldiers have been
burnt alive by the Moors. If France takes
Morocco to annex It to Algeria, England will
growl, perhaps fight. England fears that she
will be disturbed again at Gibraltar, as France
and'Spaln made a formidable attack upon it in
v 1782, but failed. ';'.,-
The Chronic Complaint of Dirty Street.
Our weekly expense for removing street
dirt removed or not removed is 432, (but
little over $80 a day or $20 per day in each
District,) viz: Eastern District $138; Western
DUtrict $144; Northern. District $150. Is the
work satisfactorily done? Is the contract plan
r the best? The CItv Commissioners, by signing
the bills weekly, say yea, to the first question;
and, Counoil has said practically, that the
present plan is the best, by Ordering the con
tracts. A suggestion has been made of this kind.
Let Council give a certain price per tun for
street dirt, loads to .be weighed on a soale at
certain dumps. Pay for what it gets let any
one enter upon the streets, and scrape and
carry by the basket full if need be a penny's
worth at a time oash down and no grumbling.
This is an original Idea, beating all cog-wheel
sweeping-machines'. But seriously something
is defective In the present plan; but contractors
are not deserving tho curses and kicks given
them. They undertake more than they. can
. do, and do all that they can, under the clreum
stanoes, be expected to do, not being able to
nave a large margin out of their appropriation.
What is $20 a day to clean the entire streets of
one-third of this great city, as grumblers want
it done. . If people want to have work well
done and not niggardly done, they must not
pay niggardly prices.
Prctjlu add Dibtbsssipo Suicide: iir Wisa
moron. Lewis Jones, a vouns; man, aged
about twenty-one, and a clerk in the General
Land Office, son of the late George II. Jones,
,, , Assistant, Seoretary to the President, to sign
land patents, blew out his brains in Wash
ington last week. He had been somewhat
dissipated and much absent from home, and
on the morning of his death his mother took
him Aalrle ami IvannaHt. bim . 1indlv n
batter In future; to leave those companions
i wbo detained him from his home, ana to live
more with his parent and sisters, at the same
: time throwing her arms around his neck and
' kissing hire. lie appeared to heed her for a
' moment, but withdrew from her arms, and
' then suddenly drawing a pistol, remarked:
"I have lived long enough, I ean'tstand this;"
or, "Mother, see what I am going to do,"
1 and, presenting- the pistol to his forehead.
fired. The hall enterod about the center of
his forehead, and he sunk almost lifeless into
. bis agonised parent's arms.
BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.
Overland California Mail-Indian Depredations
Overland California Mail-Indian Depredations Discovery of New Silver Mines
Homicides, &C.
The telegraph of this morning furnishes aa
abstract of the news by the overland mail,
bringing dates from San Franolsco to the lth,
but the newspaper advioes received last night
contain some interesting news not mentioned
by the telegraph, Which we annex:
Psjbsoxal, Christopher Carrey, formerly
of St. Louis, and a well-known notary public
and real estate agent in San Franciseo, was
found drowned near Oakland, on the 10th of
October, tie leaves a family in San Francisco.
It .is supposed he was accidentally drowned.
Bayard Taylor was announced to deliver two
more lectures In San Franolseo, before leaving
for the States on the steamer of the 20th ult.
A ' Dipaultib Absoondimo raov Places
villi Dr Chamberl in, a resident physician
of Plaeerville since 1830, and who up to a few
days ago was said to bear an unblemished
character, absconded from that place on Sun
day evening, 9th of October, having "victim
ised" his friends, says the Oburvtr ot that
place, to n amount supposed to be between
$8,000 and 12,000. - '
Homicide at ths Mines. On Tuesday a
difficulty arose between two men at the San
Gabriel mines, which resulted in the death
of one of them named John Hartley. It ap
pears that deceased bad conceived an ill
feeling for Mr. John Welsh, a store-keeper
there, who was passing, when Hartley drew
a pistol and fired at him, bursting the oap.
Hartley afterward made other attempts upon
Welsh, who finally killed the fellow in self-
defense, i
Impobtamt Dibooveby. On the La Llevra
Rancho, about one hundred miles from this
city, near Fort Tejon, indications were
noticed, whioh led the prospector, a Sonorian,
to eonolude that silver ore abounded In that
locality. He oame to town and communieated
with some of the capitalists of the city, who
sent out men to operate on the place. The
result is the disoovery of what gives evidence of
being a very rioh and valuable silver mine. A
qantity of the ore was brought to town and
tested, by precipitation, smelting and other
modes, exhibiting a large per centage of metal
in the ore.
Ihdiah Deputations. On the 24th of Sep
tember the conductor and driver of the Santa
Fe train were killed by the Indians at Pawnee
Fork. One gentleman a passenger alighted
from theooachand shot atone of them, wound
ing and eausing him to fall. Several of his
comrades gathered around him to minister to
his wants, and during the exoitement thus
caused, the passenger availed himself of the
opportunity to make good his esoape.
Seven or eight passengers, who started from
Santa Fe by the Northern route, had got as
far as Pawnee Fork, but were compelled to
return and strike across the country for El
Paso, to take the California overland stages.
They met with so many unfriendly manifesta
tions from the Indians that they had
abandoned the idea of coming northward, and
were about to prooeed via San Antonia to New
Orleans.
On the 15th of September, about forty miles
east of the Pachos, on the Overland route, the
Indians killed two young men employed at
building a station for the Overland Company.
These marauders are enoamped in large num
bers on the east of this river, and seem deter
mined to steal and kill all they can.
Almost all tho stock had been stolon from
the various stations, and our informant states
that the route will be impassible in a very
short time unless the services of troops or
rangers are procured. , The roads are intol
erably good condition, but tho northern
winds, which blew very hard, rendered tbe
trip unpleasant. The drivers and conductors
of tbe Overland route had intimated their in
tention to (juit the service, fearing lest they
lose thoir lives at the hands of the Indian
desperadoes. -
A MlXIOAM BBDTALLT Ml'RDKRKD IX AbI-
zova. Two desperadoes, Page and Rogers,
killed a Mexican in Arisona, near Tubao.
After having shot nine balls into him, they,
fiend-like, proceeded to mutilate him, in his
his helpless condition, by cutting off his ears
olose to his head, and bore them off to Tubao
as a trophy of their deed. They then stripped
his person and rifled his pockets of everything
valuable, and divided the spoils.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Rumored Loss of the Steamer Royal
Charter, with Four Hundred Lives
on Board.
Liverpool
Pent of the 27th ult. gives a rumor of the loss
of the steamer Royal Charter on the previous
day, with four hundred persons and half a
million in speoie 'on board, from Australia.
The following important item of news is
taken from the Liverpool Daily Rut of the
27th October, a copy of whioh was obtained
by the steamer North American t
The publie will learn with overwhelming
grief that the splendid vessel, the Royal Char
ter, was totally lost yesterday in Mufla Bed
Bay, near Bangor. The melancholy intelli
gence which reached us late last night was
brief, but, we fear, is only too true. Of up
ward of four hundred persons who were
on board the vessel, only ten are said to have
been safe. There is some hope, however,
that the statement is exaggerated, but under
the circumstances the loss of life it is to be
feared has been immense. Tbe Jioyal Charm
ter had about half a million in gold ou board
when the disastor took place.
At Penmoname 20 of the bodies of
the dead had been washed ashore. Tho bay
in which the catastrophe occurred is two or
three "miles westward of KulEn Island, in
Angle Sea, and six or seven miles to tbe
north-west of Beatmaris. It has a shallow
beach for several miles, with promontories at
the east end of tbe bay. The country around
is wild, and there are but few houses about.
Highly Important News from Texas.
New Orleans, November 7. The steam
ship Arisona has arrived, with Brownsville
advices to the 2d inst.
Cortenas's band oontlnuo their depredations,
anl threatening with fire and sword. On the
20th, thirty men entered the olty and fired
one round, when they were dispersed by the
artillery and fled. On the 24th, one hundred
and twenty men, with oannon and howitzer,
marched against Cortenas, drove the guard
from bis house, and proceeded. ' They were
finally surprised by an ambuscade, and en
tirely attested, wttn tne loss or cannon and
howitser. Fonr men were wounded, but
none killed. Cortenas's loss was two men
killed.
Cortenas afterward sent a letter, demand
ing of the citizens of Brownsville the surren
der of tbe Sheriff and others, to save the de
struction of the tewn.
There is a general panio at Brownsville.
Tbe city is barricaded and trenches have
been dug in anticipation of another attack
which was hourly expected. It was reported
that after taking Brownsville, Cortenas would
attack Brazos.
The Mayor of Brownsville appeals to New
Orleans for One hundred men, as tbe citizens
were worn out and the Bangers had not yet
arrived.
Advices from Northern Mexico state that
sixty felons had been released from the prison
at Victoria, and had joined a Guerilla band
who were devastating the country.
New York Bank Statement.
New Yobs, November 7. The bank state
ment for week ending Saturday shows an In
crease of loans $1,703,000; increase of circula
tion $351,000; inorease of deposits $590,000; a
decrease of specie $1,020,000.
Departure of Mr. McLean.
New York, November 7. Tho U. S. steamer
Broikbjn sailed this afternoon, with Minister
McLean on board, for Vera Cruw ., .
From Washington.
Wabhikqiob, November 7. Captain La
vellette, in a letter to the Seoretary of the
Navy, dated Naples, Ootober 14, aays he had
taken Amerioan Consul Nloholson to Tunis in
the WabcuK It waa customary to salute
ths English and Frenoh Consuls whenever
they arrived or departed, but no other such
officers were similarly honored; but as our
treaty with Tunis plaoed our Consuls on a
footing with tbe most favored nations, and
this faot having been explained, the authori
ties oheerfuily accorded a salute to both Cap
tain Lavellette and Consul Nioholson. Tbe
earriagoa of the Bey were in waiting at the
landing, where our officers were received by
persons of tbe highest rank, aud escorted to
the palace. The interview was very satisfac
tory; the Bey saying he ahould endeavor to
cultivate the most friendly rolationa with the
United States.
Lavellette addst "I clearly discovered that
our presence was having a beneficial effeot on
the new government, and especially with refer
ence to the position of our Consul, I am satis
fled tbe short trip to Tunis will conduce to ths
best Interests of the United States.
Senator Gwin will, at the earliest period at
the next session of Congtess, bring forward
the Paciflo Railroad question with more tban
his usual energy. '
The San Juan Affair.
New Yobs, November 7. The JItoH'i
Washington correspondent says that though
diplomatic rules, and perhaps prudential con
siderations.prevent the State Department from
disclosing the exact state of affairs to the
public, yet It is believed that serious difficul
ties mav and probably will Brow out of the
dispute botwoen the United States and Eng
land, in reference to the Island of San Juan,
or Bellevne, in the Straits of San Juan
DeFuoa. It is generally conceded mat uen
oral Harney was entirely right in taking pos
session of the Island for proteotion of United
States citizens there, and for ths maintainanoo
of the rights of the country to the Island,
nnder the Packenham Treaty of June 15, 1846.
The President will submit tbe correspondence
to Congress at the opening of the session, and
will ask tor means and men to enable him to
defend tbe rights of our country, and uphold
the honor of Its flag at all hazards and to the
last extremity.
Tbe same correspondent also considers the
return of Mr. Dallas before the hollidays, or
early in the session of Congress, as possible.
Arrival of the Vanderbilt
New York, November 7. The Vandtrbilt
has arrived at her dock. She left Southampton
early on the morning of the 27th ult., and
brings nearly four hundred passengers, inclu
ding Senator Clingman; Carroll Spenee, U. 8.
Minister to Constantinople; Judge Davis, of
Florida, and the family of the Bratilian Min
ister at Washington. ' i
Bombay advioes to Sept. 27 had been
received at London by the overland mail: It
was reported that Nona Sahib was dying of
fever. ; i
The ship Waban, of Boston, bad been struck
by lightning at Bombay. j
River News.
St. Louis, November 7 P. M. River sta
tionery, with scant five and a-half feet In ths
channel. Nothing new from any of the upper
streams. - Weather warm and pleasant.
Pittsburo, November 7 M. River twenty
five inches at Glass-house Ripple and falling
very slowly. Weather olear and mild.
Louisville, November 1 P. M. River
falling slowly, with two feet nine inches in
the canal. 1
Pittsbcbo, November 7 P. M. The river
and weather is unobacged since noon. ,
From Richmond.
Richmond, November 7. It is ascertained
that under tbe laws of Virginia tbe Governor
can not pardon a person convicted of tieason
to the Commonwealth, except with the con
sent of the General Assembly by joint reso
lution. This rids Wise of all responsibility
in the matter. What ths Legislature will do
is unknown. j .
Railroad Accident.
, Belvidebe, November 7. The passenger
train on the Belvidere and Flemington Rail
road, which left here at six o'clock this morn
ing for Philadelphia, was thrown off the track
by running into a rook, thirteen miles below
here. The engine is a perfeot wreck and the
track is torn up for several yards, No person
was hurt.
New Orleans Election.
New Obleaxs, November 7. The election
passed off perfectly quiet. In the Fourth Dis
trict tbe Democrats elected one member to the
Legislature, one Justioe and one State Tax
Collector. The rest of the city was carried by
tbe regular Amerioan ticket, whioh Is elected
by a Urge majority. j
Slavers Condemned.
Bostok, November T. Advioes from St.
Helana to September 19, reoeived here, state
that two slavers, captured on the coast of
Africa, had been condemned there. One was
the Siephtn T. Townttnd, of New Orleans, The
other was unknown. ; j .
A Had Killed by Kindness. The death
of John Burton, of New Rocbelle, N. Y.,
while drunk, on Friday last, was caused by
the mistaken kindness of one of bis friends,
who poured cold waler upon his head, to
render him sober, until a eomato$ condition
was produced, from which he could hot be
aroused.
MARRIED.
MOSBY CRUSE At the First Cnlversallat
Church, Cincinnati, on tinnday, November 6, 18.,9,
Mr. W. C. Aloeby to Miss Lizzie 8. Ortise, all of this
city. ;
DIED.
McCBiCIQIiT At Madison, Ind., November 1. Pat.
MoUref glit, aged 36 rears, a native of Belfast, Ireland.
BGOOTT On Monday morning, at S o'clock, of
scarlet refer, Jamee Halter, oldest son of David B.
and MHQwi A. Scott, Aged 4 years and t months.
lb. funeral will take place from the residence of
his parents, No. 287 SIxtb-itreet, on Wednesday
morning, ftovetnoer 9, at 9 o'clock A. M. Friends
are respectfully invited to attend wlthont further
notice. . ,
BULL (in Monday morning, NoTotuber 7, Mr.
Joseph Bell, aged 72 year.
The friend of the family are respectfully Invited to
attend his I'unoral at 9 o'clock to.day, from Ho, 16
brant treet, without further notioo. .
GUTHRIE At the residence of her uuole, J. V.
Guthrie, Mary, eldest daughter of the lata Captain
P. N. Guthrie, aged it years.
Dixon's Sugar-Coated Pills.
Purely Vegetable aud Pleasant to Use,
ST Admitted to be the Beat Family PHI In nee.
Prepared onlj by ; i .
OKO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
enW-cm Corner of fifth and Main -streets.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
MASOHIC.ASPECIAL COM
MUNICATION of N. O. Hurmonv a.
Lo.iue no. t v. ana A. masons, will be heldJV
Tills (Tuesday) KFKMNU, Novembers, at XX
7 o'clock. All Maflont in food .tanrilntf urn' W
Invited to attend. - ., CI1AS. K. FOIiUBR,
no's' , , Secretary,
ffCJVK MEETING OF THE MEM,
IR&r BKHBof the Ohio Mechanics' Instltnte
win im held TU1B (Tuesday) DVEt. 1NU at 8 o'clook,
In the Lower Lecture-room, The Report of the Sev
enteenth Exhibition will be presented. A full at-
ienaanc u requited, u, U. wjietsuh,
uoKa Hecietary,
Ohio Mechanics' Institute.
M29rA LECTURE iviIX BE DE.
WW LIV1IBBD in the Ball for thelnitltuw.on
Wednesday, November O,
-BT- "
PHILIP BOILEAU JONES, PH. D., 40.,
Late lecturer to the Society of Arts, of Great BrlUIn,
the Boyal Polytechnic, Colonseum and other Bcfcn
title Institution. Subject:
"THE ENDS AND AIM Of 80IENCK,"
Elucidating the properties of niattnr, aud illustrated
by new and interesting experiment! and epecluieus.
Lecture to commence at 4 o'clock. Admiiisslon 23
cents. Members' tickets oan be obtained on appli
cation to the Clerk of the Iuitltnte, uu'e
'.' .' I if vl.r '
SPECIAL NOTICES. SPECIAL NOTICES.
2JTHi; SHIELDS GUARDS
BEOS' ieh to Inform tblr ni.ndi, and
tlie public liiciin, that they will give th.lr
seventh ennu'il Military and Clvio Bull of the
season at Metropolitan Hall, comer of Ninth
and Wnliini..tril. on TUESDAY RVRN.
lNa,Nov.6tt. OAPT. T. T. MoOAUTHY,
rno2c7tll,atl,
Phrenological anil Physiognomical
EXAMINATIONS,
WITH CHARTS AND DE-
RMtl PTION8 of Charaoter. lndlnallna- th.
Occupation or ProfeMlon In life lu whioh each nor.
sou may best succeed ana be luoit useful and happy,
by Dr. O. BUAltSA, rJo. lot fourth-street.
.-., , . no3fmt '
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and Kaoe-atreeta. October.
14, lM.-Thie road la new open. Care will start,
at intervals of ten minnte, from :W A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence. timet, and westward on
rourth-street to Smith, and on Flfth-etrw,t to
Wood. Oltlsens will please bear to mind that the
cars will invariably oroet Intersecting street before
Stopping for paatenirers.
oolt tf JAMgg J. ROBBINB, President.
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any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
SaltBhoum, Hryaipelaa, Scald-head, acalr eruptions
or whatsoever nature, are cared by a few bottles, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and eip licit directions for the cure of ulcerated tore
lega, and other corrupt and running ulcers, in given In
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admiration for the past teu years. It cicely re
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whilo many persona prefer it to this world-renowned
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purity, who all the skill that science can aifot d, and
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bottles, to replenish those of a more costly character.
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West Fourth-street, no2
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Office In Building Mo. U Bast Tulrd-street,
The same heretofore occupied by him. no8C
473 PAINTERS KILLED.
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INCE MAY, 1858, 473 8IG.N PAINTERS,
in tne state oi unto, nave uaa to oviit tne busi
ness, owing to the coming in use of those Patent
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Losses fairly adjuatcd and promptly paid.
DIRECTORS.
T F Xckert, F Ball, 9 W Pomeroy,
William Olenn, W O Whttoher, W O Mann.
Bobert Slitch.il, W H (Jomatock, Lot Stone,
Bobt Buchanan, CO Shaw,, . Geo Htall,
Win Heliew, Beth Ivans, . J H TaafTe, .
David Gibson, H Braohman, JUIaham, '
& Clearwater, Thoi K Elliott. . '
-y. V. KCKEBT, President.
Btcthsh MobsSi Secretary.. - v. nog
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insurance Company,
'.,,' , OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.
' ''" " , DIRECTORS:
William Wood, Isaac O. Oopelcn,
Jatnos F. Cunningham, bydney S. Clark,
Andrew rkenbrecber, ..Joseph Beaklrt,
Oeo. W. Bishop, Wm. fisher,
George B, Blzon.
ISAAC 0. OOPELEN, President
Gso. W. Coral in. ttecretary.
Is prepared to iasue Policies on Fire and Marine
jusue, on tavoraoie terms, umce aa. 9 Wist Third
street, Trnst Co. Building. noghfm
National Insurance Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
(Office South-west Cor. Slain and Front-streets.)
Marino Inland Transportation and
. jcitq iusKs i
TAKEN AT CURHENT IIATLS. -
DIRECTORS:
John Borgoyne, K M Smith, KoUrt Moore,
Wm Hepwortb, OLaa L Moore. M Kechheltner,
FX WlMloroer, TliosOna, ,, H W Hnilth,
JLBobs. Thos R Blggi, Henry Rills.
H. O. CRNEB, Bto'y. JKO. BUIKiOVNB, t res.
not A. 8puiom, Surveyor.
Cincinnati Insurance Company
ESTABLISHED IN 18S9. .
CAPITAL. 8150.000.V
fVFFICE "NO. 4" FEONT-STREET.. 'IN-
sdbks against Loss and Damage by Fire; also:
utjaui mv , auu iiiiauu CTttvigaiiou. . ; v-
: BIBKOTOBSl
Jno.W Hartwsll. Allen (Jollier. William Resor.
John W Kills, James Lupton,' C'has.W Rowland,
0 T Woodrow, B.t W Taylor, A 8 Winslow. .
OS Williams, HMoBirnxy, Bowman C Baiter
JOHN W. HABTWILL, President,
O. W. Williamu, Bee rotary. noS
FRENCH MILLINERY.
bonnets -
BIBBONS, '' i 'v.-
' I FLOWERS,
. .-IT MATHERS,
uioaKS ana Fancy Goods,
. Attn. Cheap Millinery Store, , ..
No. 18 West Fifth-street,
noSceod Menr main.
; LAN E fc BODLEY,
r HAVITFAOTDRBBfl 07
Wood-Working Machinery,
JkSXV VJ.JvVUA.Ar. DAVY MlbLB, ,
Corner Jobnland Wtr. t.iGlaoiBBfttI0
ftivH.ir
IRISH WHISKY.
UUEB IUISH WHISKY FOUR YEARS
Ml Old, received on eonslsnment from POWER!)
4 80N, ot Dublin, end MUUPUf.of Cork, for sale
(under bond) at reduced prices, by
noiavv WM. B. BABBT ft CO.
SMOKED SALMON AND 1IALIJ3DT.
Just received, eight esses vary One Smoked
Salmon and Halibut, for sale by . .
. A. McOOALD 4 CO.,
no7 Mand Branch BtoroitM West Fourth st
' 1 ,!' i . i.'i V il ' ' rf
NEW 'ADVERTISEMENTS!
mi m
Wcit Fourth-ilreet
NEW CLOTH CLOAKS
- NEW - SHAPES.-" ! -
, - . i
Paris-made Velvet Cloaks,
New Winter Shawls, -
vVv' Stella Shawls,
CHEAP.
fflSSErSIIAWLS,
Shawls for Men and Boys, - !
i " ' 1 "
CLOAKS FOR LADIES AND MISSES,
Made to Order. !
John ShUlito & Co.
- tooTawf '
Y.M.M.LASSOCIATIOV
LECTURE
-BY
THOS. STARR KING,
AT '
Pike's Opera-house,
On Tnesday Evening, Nov. 8
SUBJECTi 'LAWS OF DISORDER.'
ADMI8SIOS ,
! s a e MaSM ,
93 CENTS,
iwnnuH.i AViiw-ir. T.Antiira to commence at
S o clock. Tickets for sale at th Library apd at tbe
door. ,
CLOAKS
For The Trade.
O
ri RATI KOW IK STO01,
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS
MANUFACrUBBD BT 0TJB8BLBS,
With special attention to the wants of
City and Country Merchants, j
Varying In price from : i
83 to $5 0 Each! j
These goods are copies from the -, . .
Most Approved Paris Styles, ,
Uat tnts seaiiou, made from ' ' " i
CHOICE MATERIALS,'
o
CO
FIRST CLASS ST VIE.
To lerchants Only jo
Ther will ba offered at prices lecnring bar. HH
1 .HIU. IU ,. j
bw a una i TiT.it s a t.tj! a TT.w nnna VaW
W. P. Devon & Kockwood,
H.1 and H3 Potirl-street. ' :
noteod Between Vine and' Baca. !
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
, IRELAND AND ' '
.:. SCOTLAND,
For sale br
no7aw
WM. B. BAKTlTAflO.,
' ' , Postofflce Buildlns.
Western Lands. ,
2 AAA ACRES CHOICE WESTERN
lUvUlind, fur sale low for cash, or ex
changed for property In this cltr or Kentucky, ,
l.tiOO acres in Marahan Oo., Wis.;
too " " Webster Co., Iowa; i
8:0 " " Bockland Oo.,III.
uo7avf , Wat. B. BABRY & CO.
fiJA ACRES VERY CHOICE LAND IN
O'JtvF Ptikaski County, Iarttana, close to Lafav.
otte. New Albany A Salem Ballroad runs throuitb
tbe land. City property will bo takun lu oxchaog,
or it will be lensod for a term of years.
noTaw WM. B. BABBY it CO.
, Texas Land. '
2 sfl AH ACRES OF THE FINEST
UvU LAND for stock raising or agtl
caltnral nse, will be sold low for casb, or exchanged
for a farm In this Btate or Kentucky.
no7aw; , , , , WJI. B. BABBY A CO.
Covington Property.
w
E HAVE 65 LOTS IN SOUTH COV-
1NGTON. Kv.. on thn hank nf Ilia T.lcklnff
joining (kilo's Garilea ; a beantiful location for a
fanitly villa. There are many Improvements golnir
on inere, ana a coiircn nooai neing omit, ruese loirf
will be sold at (300, In six yearly naymenfs.
. no7aw WM. BT BAH RT & CO."
Land , Warrants.
WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MAR,
KE i' price for Land Warrants, and make lu-'
cations for our friends throngb onr agenta, in anyoij
the States where lands are open for entry, and attend
to paving taxes thereon, . WM. B. HAKBT A CO., .
uo7aw PostoiBce Building. -
REEPIM ;B00KS
BY, DOUBLE ENTRY, ' '?;?.
Will save half the nsual amount of labor, and Is
curate and readily comprehended. : ; ' .. , '
All Interested In tbe Solence of Accounts 'ar '
vltedtocallaudtaxamlnetblsnewairtbodand i;
for themselvoe, , ,., ., ' '-''J . .
EVENING SESSION.
The Evening Session will commence '' '
ON NEXT MONDAY EVENING,
WW Bay Classes meet as usual. ' " "
S. S. BAC01T, Principal .
J. H. DOTV) Flrat Ae.Utnnt. ocasanf
OLD WINES. Just received, seven qoar -ter
eaaks Try superior old Port, Sherry am.
Madeira Wines, old vintage, for sal, by gallon o
bottle, by a. McDonald 4 Co.,
noT M and Branch Store ivt West foiuth-st.
.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
m.
ilE.TiITTAiCEH
.i -i
TO JWUbaJWi
We Isme eight Bills on
SP00SER, ATT WOOD k CO.i London)
'ROYAL BANK Or IRELAND;1
NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND,
In soma of il and upwards.
sjur Iickange on Franc and Oerman.
JAMES F.. MELINE & CO.,
ooXtdeoV r ' Wo. 19 West Tblrd-atret.
LADIESFITRS!
OUR STOCK IS VERY COMPLBTH IK
ALL TDK OES1BABL1 BIYLK8, and well
vorthy the attention of Ladies desirous of pur
chasing ' ' '
Fine Furs
AT REAIONADIiE PBICEI;
il. C. TOWERS & CO.,
', HATTERS AND FUR RIKR3, ;
No. 149 Main-ritveet,
noj . ONE BOOB BKLOW FOUBTH.
C L O AK S!
Cloaks! Cloaks.!
(JNEQUALED IN STYLE, , ' ; .
, r , . UNEQUALED IN QUALITY,
- UNEQUALED IN CHBAPNEeM.
,. r-THS
DEWDBOP,
. ' - ..; "-AT-,.,.. .
lO Dollars. .
' lsJ Dollars,
IS Dollars,
18 Dollars,
20 Dollars, '
22 Dollars,
25 Dollars, .
30 Dollars,
39 Dollar.!
... ...il.:'.
'' , the ; : ; ;
LA VEXICE,
, ' ' ' At AH the Abavo Price. ;
MILAN WRAPPER,
, . Hi All the Abort) Prices.
BBRNON,v
At All the AboTS) Prleasi
AT IBB
Pioneer Oloak Baxaar
. . I,' ri:.;
,,B,,., ... , . r .. . or-"-, . .,,
GEORGE LEWIS.
' , DIRECTLY .'
'opposite the Postofflce.
'". . -;' ..' local -BDrtp j $5
ATTENTION, BUHDEES1
Th.W. Farrin&Co.
HAVE ESTABLISHED THB FACT
tbattbey are selling lumber at their yard on
Freeman-street, next to' Clnclnuntl, BauilHon and
Dayton .Railroad, ,
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Dealers In the city.
"Quick Sales and Small Profits"
18 THEIB MOTTO.
Ibey submit the following list of prices:
(hah. 4 M)'.
Olear lumber, sll thicknesses, 1 In. mess .i7 00 '
Beet Oommon, l)i and 1 inch PUuk,
28 00 3)0;
tiest " J incn ncaraa..
Second " " nil thicknesses,
Third " Doarila
2S7S 31 64
ISM
It to
ilet II Ml
23 50
11 SO
12 80
as oo
23 7ft
18 00
ie on
moo
uoo
Orub Plank, face measure
Sti
ll Ml
It ou
S M'
21 m
2(00
1) W
KM,-
rroo
KM
Hemlock Joist, Scantling and Timber,
VI rt Oommon flooring Boards,
cecona
Tlilrd
Fi rst Common Weather Boards,
Beoonir " "
Olar Posts, t by 4, 8 feet, per linndnsd,
Cedar " for fencing, ' " .
au no
3U 00
JUOCIISC "
A further rcdaotlon of JXporoeut.vrlll be madeon
bills of tSOOor moro. ''
We have one of the largest and boat selected stodte
of Lumber in tbe Cincinnati markete which we ofer
for sate at tne above prices.
THOS. W. FARRIN&CO.
aepgstf
Wines and Llooorsfor Medlcli-
v.-' v.. - alCse. 1
F
INE OLD BRANDIES.'
Fine old Bonrbon VV hlsky ;
''-, eme ota ye Hnisay ; , :.,-.
, , Kino old Holland Gin ;
Fin old Jamaica Hum i
... . Fine old Madeira Wiuea; ...
X . :'.. Fine old BberryWInea; ' .
Fine old nry Port Wines; i
" : ' Pnreold Juice Port Wines ;
Htlll and Sparkling Catawba, Claret, Seotch Aa,
London Porter. Wolfe's Bohnappe, Obarlee'a Lond 1
Cordial Oin, binninsar's Old London Dook 01nr.
These Wines and Liquors have been selected wlh
espselal care, and may be relied npon aa strloly
pure and of the finest qualities.- For sale by
tioT-O'
t V c ouAjJav. b vivo a a An a
OppottU tb Poatofflcg,
1 " " brngglsts1 Scales.
! ! .. n ... ,7 : . i-.f-w
S)se
WE AEK AGENTS FOR THE 8AIB J
of Iroemner's Druggisrt' Scales, aod hv. 1
oa nana an assortment oi -
ntarblr, Brass and Iron Oolnmn Bcslce
(Jonnuir Scales, with Copper blebes j .
Prescription cales. With Silver and Brass liiilei :
' Brass Welghte in Blocks;
i Brass Weight. In Neetsi ,, , ,.
, Zlno Weights In Kests.An: " '
" Forsal by , , , BCIltB, KCK8TBIH ft CO..
',, no70 ' Opposite tlio PostofBoe.
Concentrated ley.
T
HIS ARTICLE IS HIGHLY BECOK-
MINDED to (amlllM for makln. Hard ore
Bolt soap, wttu out little trouble and expenae. It is
so decidedly economical that all should give It a trial.
For sale by BUIKK, K0K8TK1N OO.,
, no7-o Opposite the PostolHo.?-
Congress Water.
IK I i.
K.sfk CASES C0NQKES8 ,-v7ATER JUST
ej Lr received, direct from tbs Springs, fresh ant
m prune oraer. s or saie vj
BUlftB, SOK.8THIN A 00.. Druggists,
' noT-o i . Opposite the PoatoBoe.
CHURCH'S
MUSIC STORE,
No. 68 West Fourth-sheet, yf
A LL THE LATEST AND HOST POPt,
XJa. LAB Muslo rteetred as soon as published,

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