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THE PRESS.
Our Prolonged Bow.
Ooi hats are off, and we, on obr food man
ners, bow to oar patrons for their favors. Oar
inerohants and'bu'slnors' men manifest their
appreciation of tie circulation of the Pinky
Pans, and a just fens of their own interest,
by dally crowding'' our columns. ' Tie pros
perity of business men la ear prosperity, and
henoe we gladly turrender liberal apace to
their advertisements..! The spirited renewal of
full business ii osoonrtglng to alt branohes of
trado.
Tbistirs Pbwonbs Esoirsn from Jan,.
On Sunday night, thirteen prisoners escaped
from jail la Rooaeiter, N. X. The jailer wai
told that an attorn pt waa made to escape by
the walli of the privy, and with one of the
prisoners he retired to examine when, being
overpowered by two prisoner, he was fastened
in the privy and the whole thirteen- prisoners
aped. Only one at last advices had been
sooured. " j ' ' ',
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
From Charlestown.
CHAW-rsTowfr, November 1. The excite
moat la regard to the trial of the Harper's
ferry conspirators still continues, and fair
progress is being made by the Court in dispo
sal of the cases.
The oaso of the free negro, Copeland,was
brought to a olosa on Saturday afternoon, the
jury finding a Tordiot of not guilty of treason
ni charged in the first count of the indictment,
ho not being recognised asacitiien, and guilty
cf conspiracy with the slaves to rebel, and of
murder as charged by the second and third
counts. ' '
The ease waa ably argued by Andrew Hun
ter in behalf of the State.
The prisoner was defended by Qeorge Se
aut, of Boston, who labored with much seal for
hi client. A bill of exoeptions and a motion
for the arrest of judgment was entered by the
prisoner's oounsel, which will be disposed of
to-morrow morning.
In the case of Captain Cook, the Court as
sembled at 10 o'clook yesterday and was called
to order by Judge Parker. The Grand Jury
was sworn and immediately proceeded to tbeir
room to consider the case. A number of wit
nesses were summoned and the jury was absent
for about two hours.
On the re-assembling of the Court, Mr. Hard
ing, the proseonting attorney, stated that a
number of the witnesses in the case of Cook,
who would not be InStephens's case, were pres
ent. Ha would, if agreeable to the oounsel on
the other side, move to take up the ease of
Crk firet.
Mr. Green, one of the counsel for Cook, said
that as the counsel had not yet had time to
read the indiotment, and had not yet decided
what plea to enter to the ohsrges, he was un
able to proceed in the oase, and would prefer
that the Commonwealth would proceed with
the oase of Stephens, which wonld allow them
(iine to prepare for the case of Cook.
Tbeoaeeof Stephens was called. ' '
Stephens was carried into Court and placed
on a mattrass. He is looking pale and hag
gard, the abitlnenoe from food and the large
duantity of medicine taken by him having
bad a decided effeot on him. - He bears np
under his wounds with much fortitude, and is
seldom heard to murmur. His counsel, Mr.
Benot, who had endeavored to have bis trial
removed to an adjoining county, but was re
fused appeared, and the empanelling of a jury
wae proceeded with. After a considerable
number of larymen had been obtained, Mr.
Hunter arose and stated that he had juit
received a telegraph dispatch which would
probably interfere with further proceedings in
the empanelling of a jury. He then read the
following dispatch irom ttovernor wise: '.
RICHMOND, November 7.
AsDRwG.Ho!m Dear Sir.- I think you
bad bettor try took and liana btepnens over to
the Federal authorities. Kespectlully,
HENRY A. WISE.
Mr. Huncer itated in oor-
resDondenoe for several days with Gov. Wine.
nud had in his possession a number of faots
important to the developement of this oase,
which were unknown to the public and would
for the present remain so. He had, since his
last lottor to the Governor, come into the pos
session of other faots which pointed to Stephens
in the most available party to be handed over
to the Federal authorities, as he felt assured
that enough would be ascertained to result In
bringing before the Federal bar a number of
thn prominent abolition tanatici or the north.
Mr. Harding objected to the proceeding, and
insisted that the case should be proceodod
with. He was not in league with Got. Wise or
an? body else. He was not feed by any one,
anil would only receive as a compensation for
his labors in the ease the small pittance
allowed by the Circuit Court.
Mr. Scoot remarked that he had not eon
Bulted with his client, and as the jury had
partly been ohonen he would not consent that
the State should hand over to the Government
the prisoner, for what purpose was known to
Gov. Wise, and had been foreshadowed by the
remark) of Air. Hunter. If time had been al
lowed, the trouble bad In empanelling of the
jury would have been dispensed with. . .
Mr. Hunter remarked that be would then
ii weed immediately with the case of Stephens
uml hand over the prisoner Hazlett, who has
not been indicted to the Federal Court. It was
material whether Stephens would prefer a trial
not.
Mr. Senotthsn asked a delay of a moment
for a consultation with Stephens, after wbioh
.be announced that the prisoner accepted the
offer of the State to hand him over to the Fed
eral authorities, and would therefore prefer to
be remanded to jail. t .
Mr. Harding desired the Clerk to enter his
earnest protest against the whole proceedings.
He considered the whole proceedings wrong
and wished it so shewn on the dooket.
Judge Parker to the Clerk "Do no such
thins. I wish no such protest on the dooket
of this Court."
The prisoner was then handed over to TJ. S.
Marshal Martin, and lodged in jail, where he
will remain until the term of the Federal
Court at Stannton, whioh will not meet for
sometime.
The jury was accordingly discharged, and a
large number of the free holders of the county
summoned to appear to-morrow morning at
V o'clock, when the ease of Cook will be taken
up. Cook will be defended by J. JJ. McDon
ald, Attorney General, and Mr. Voorheee, Dis
trict Attorney of Indiana, and ' Messrs. Law
son, Btftts and Green, of our own bar. V".-V
The prosecution . will . .be conducted by
Andrew G. Hunter. ' The prisoner seems to be
in fine spirltn, and is not without hop of a
verdlet in his favor. ... ,
Gov. Willard and Mr. Crowley ,hli brothers
!n law,will bo present during the entire
trial : -; ., , .
Cmnt.wTowK, November 8. The trial of
Cock oommenced this morning, when his eon
foisloo was read In open Court. A Jury was
" empanelled and the trial proceeded. .
New York Election.
New York, November 8. The following
returns of ihe olty wards have been received;
' Third Want Sanford E. Church, Democrat!
u .u w.v.. mi ui.jumy ior
Controller. i David R. Floyd Jones, Demo
crat and Utloa ticket, for Secretary of State
hs WO majority; i . -,t
Ninth Ward Robert Denniaton, Republican,
for 'Controller 541 majority; D. R. F. Jones,
Democrat, for Secretary of State, 740 majority.
Fifteenth Ward Dennistoa, Republican,
;i6t msliritv: Jones, Democrat. 143 maloritv.
, In nineteen , Wards Jones, Democrat, for
!eeretarr oi (state, Has 17,000 majority. la
sixteen Wards, Church, Democrat, for Control
tor, has 10,000 majority. . .... '. , ..
Mnnrer, Republican Senator, It probably
elected in the Sixth Olty Distriet,
From Washington.
Wasbinotox, November 8. As the ohief,
if not the only, difficulty in the way of iho
consummation of the ponding treaty between
l T- ... i di.Im .A KTavIjia la -in rnlntinn
to the proposed traneltroutes, iniluential par
ties have submitted to both Governments a
basis of compromise, vis: whichever Govern
ment mar have forces nearest any scenes of
obstruction or disturbance, shall promit'y
Interfere for the purpose of removing it, with
the privilege of entering the territory of its
neighbor,'-and both In a case of emergency
shall act unitedly.
The assistance recently offered by the Mex
ican troops at Matanioras to the people of
Rrnwnav lln ia stated aa an example. Such
a proposition, however, to be incorporated in
the treaty must come from the Liberal Gov
ernment, xnis, it is unaeritooa, is regarueu
favorably by our own. There is no doubt
that both the governmeets of Great Britain
and the United 6tates are decidedly earnest
in the presentation of their respective posi
tions or convictions of right in relation to
the San Juan question, though not moro so
than they were in the Oregon controversy;
but the latest foreign official advices do not
justify any apprehension of serious difficul
ties between the two countries.
Cant. Paine, of the Navy, is here danger
ously 111.
Old Brown's Counsel.
Rostov, November 8. Geo. H. Hoyt, who
acted as junior counsel for old John Brown, at
Charlestown, returns to Virginia to-morrow to
assist his client in the disposal of his personal
property. He proposed to remain at Charles
town until alter urown s execution.
Mr. Hoyt' s first visit was In the capacity of
a messenger to obtain the st-rviees of Mont
gomery Blair, to whom he 'carried letters of
recommendation. Air. iiiairwas unanie to as
sume the duties of oounsel for Brown, but was
Instrumental in securing the services of Mr.
Chilton, who subsequently aoted in the case. '
It was not until after Mr. Hoyt bad ascer
tained that tho servioos of Mr. Blair oould not
be obtained that he resolved to act as assistant
oounsel for Brown,
Wisconsin Election.
MiLWAUKiK. THir. 8. Four wards in this
city give Hobart (Dem.) for Governor S83 maj.
Rook County, eight towns, Rendall (Rep.) for
Governor is 870 ahead, a gain of 200. Keno
sha County, four towns, Randall ninety ab.es.rl.
Monroe County, two towns, Randall 108 ahead.
Dane County, three towns, including Madison,
Hobart 280 ahead. Waukesha County, two
towns, Randall 230 ahead. Dodge County, six
towns, Randall 300 ahead.
Soattoring returns from various parts of the
State show Republicin gains over the vote of
1857 and indicate the election of Randall.
Louisiana Election.
NEW ORLEANS, November 8.
The American majority in this city is about
2,500. . The Democratio State ticket is
elected.
The Opposition have elected nineteen of
the twenty-three Representatives, and all
three Senators.
Miles Taylor, anti-Slklell Democrat, and
Edward Bouligney, American, arc elected
toCoogrces by large majorities.
Aid for Brownsville.
NEW ORLEANS, November 8.
men are go
the aid of Brownsville by the steamer Ari
imn. A conducta with $3,000,000 is shortly ex
pected at Matanioras from the interior of
Mexico.
The released Victoria felons are expected
to join Cortenas.
Massachusetts Election.
Boston, November 8. An election for Gov
ernor and other state officers took place in this
State to-day. There were four tickets in the
field, viz: Democratio, Republican, Freo Sohool
and Opposition.
The Republicans have carried the state by
about the same plurality as they obtained lobt
year. Hon. N. P. Banks lre-eleoted as Gov
ernor over Benj. F. Butler, Democrat, and
George N. Briggs, Free Schooland Opposition.
Homicide.
Nkw York, November 8. The steamer
Brooklyn, under orders for ' Vera Czar., sailed
from the quarantine this morning. She was
detained there in consequence of a homicide
having been committed on board last night. A
seaman named George Ritter, who had been
confined for disorderly conduct, was beaten so
badly as to causa his death. The ship's Cor
poral bad been arrested on suspicion of being
4 he guilty party. Ritter belonged to Easton,
. 'enn.
Homicide. Fire-Explosion of Powder.
Atlanta, Ga., November 8. Last night the
Store of J. A. Gibson, Commission Merohant,
was destroyed by fire. Four or live kegs of
powder exploded, blowing up the entire front
of the building, killing Levin S. Blake and
wounding several others severely.
Destructive Fire.
Buffalo, November 8 The grain elevator
cf the N. Y. 0. R. R. Company, was burned
this morning, and onward of 200,000 bushels cf
grain destroved. The loss amounted tn $2.ln..
01)0, and is fully insured.
Arrest of an Insurgent.
Memphis, November 8. W. R. Palmer, an
alleged insurgent, has been arrested here on
requisition from Governor Wise.
MARRIED.
EBKIOHT McAKTHDB Kovfintior 1, Mr. Ira
Ebright.of Xenla, Olilo, to Mini Kate McArthur, of
Columbus.
HORD-PERKIXS-In Indianapolis, on Tnesdar
morulug, Nuvernbor 1, Oscar 11. Uord, ICaq., of
Oreensburff. to Mim Marv JcMnntiinn P.rlrln.. .i.u.
dauuht.r of Uou. Suiuuel . Perkins, of Indianapolis.
DIED.
BOLHKS On Sabbath evening, Novemlier , lew,
Mm. Anna Uolinea, wire of the late Marcus Hollaed,
of Bochmter, N. Y., In the 71st year of bar age.
Fnneral from the riuidence of hor son-tii law, E,
O. Goodman, Walnut Hills, to-day at 3 o'clock.
8COTT-On Monday morning, at o'clock, of scar,
let fever, Jamee Waltor, oldest aon of Davlit B. and
Naomi It. Hunt, aged 4 rears mid t montlm.
The funeral will take place from the tenldence nf
hi parents, No, M Biith-atreet, this morning. Sot.
It, at o'olock. ITrInd are roipoctfullj invited to
attend without further notice.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Pills.
Purely Vegetable and Pleasant to Use.
SMT Admitted to bo the Best Farallj Pill in use.
Prepared nlf by ' ; ;
GEO. M. DIXON, Druggist, '
an29-cm Corner of Fifth and Main-streets,
SPECIAL NOTICES.
'
MASONIC NOTICE. THE
atatod annual communication of Yentmnn
num No. 16 of If. A A. Id. will be held at. tlwir Hall
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING for hmineaa, pay
ment of duea, and election of olRcors. All members
of the liodge are requeated to be preaant. .
By order of the l,ol.
GEO. WAKKIflEtD, Secretary pto km.
Ptndteton, November 9, 'fty
Phrenological and Physiognomical
EXAMINATIONS,
Lf-VYITH CHARTS AND DE
f& BORIPTIONS of Character, Indicating the
on may beet eqcceod and be moat unuful and happy,
by Dr. C. RHAK3A, No. IM fonith-lireat.
inortimTI
fjrOtPICE OF THE PASSE N.
OP&a7 GBR RAILROAD
fiOSlVANY 0 nlNdTN-
NATI.g.W.oornwnfThlrd ii
and Kani-airanta. ii..k-. rnrr-'Wmfcjaa-
15, ISJK.-Thla road ia now open. Cars will start,
at interval! of ten minutes, from 5:80 A. M. un
til midnight, running outward on Tblrd-etrwt
from Wood to luiwrfuc.treet, and westward on
Fourth-street to Hnilth, and on yiftta-street to
Wood, Ditlsenavlll pleaae bear In mind that the
cars will Invariably croat interneottnf straett before
topping tor paMongera.
ecla t? JAMES J, JtOBBIM, rrtsldaat
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Ladies' Furs!
OUR NEW STOCK OP PURS
Is now ready for exhibition. The awort.
ment Is large. They are well-made, Bblublk goods,
and will be sold at Low Pbicis.
WM.DODD&CO,
HATTERS AND FURRIERS, '
No. 1 14 Main-street, Below Fourth,
locB-MWSam
OMo Mechanics' Institute.
A I.ECTURE WILL' BE DE
LIVEBKD In the Hall for thelnstltnte.on
Wednesday, November 0,
PHILIP B0ILEATJ JONES, PH. D., 40.,
Late Lecturer to theSociety of Arts, of Great Britain,
the Royal Polytechnic, Colosseum and other Helen,
title Institutions, Hubject:
"THE KNDS AND AIM Or SOIENflR,"
Elucidating the pmpertiw of matter, and illustrated
by new ana lntrreitlag experiments and apcimeue.
Lectim- to commence at S o'clock. Admiiiaalon 23
centa. Membfrs tlcketaoan he obtained on apnll
cation to the Ulerk of the Institute. n 7o
HOME TESTIMONY.
. 1,nm.imti.i.B Kt.. Attcmat 4. 1AM.
i). V. Roback, M. D.-Dear Hlr: Thla is to certify
that I have been selling your Scandinavian Blood
l'lllsunil Blood Purltler for more than a yoar, and
taknpleuaiire In any lug that they give aagood if not
hotter satisfaction than any l'ateot Medicines I have
ou hanil. in fact I know not aalcgle Instance where
thv hare not bnufltted tho persona who huve uacd
hem.
Uneo under my hand this, August 4, 1MO.
J. N. SMITH, P.M.
' F.iranteat No. East I"ourth-etreet,and by Healers
In Meaiclnea through the country. uotf
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DIS.
00 VERY ia acknowledmd br the moat em-
throughout the United States, to be the moat effectual
blond-purifier evor known, and to huve relieved mora
suffering, and effected more permanent enrea, than
uny preparation known to the profoaalon. Scrofula,
&ut Kheum, Eryalpelaa, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
of whatioever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the ayatem restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit dlreoi lone for the cure of ulcorntod sore
legs, and other corrupt and running ulcers, la given In
the pamphlet with ench bottle, for sale by JOHN 1.
PAftk, SU1BE, EOitSTMN & CO., and GKOBUE
At. DIXON. Price 81. epl9-ay
PALMER'S LlttUID BLANC
DR PEAR LE-Ia fast luixiraedlna- tha ma
of powders for the face, aa, in addition to all the de
nimble properties of the tlneat powder, it poeeoasos
that of allaying all Inflammation, removes tan, sun
burn and frocklea. and whan properly applied, its ef
fects can not bedlstiDguiehed from those of nature's
own beanti&er. It is applied with soft sponge, rub
bing the face gently with a piece of soft flannel after
it baa become dry. Price M cents.
PALMER TiAliM OP BOOBS.-Ts b pre.
paiation that will be duly appreciated by all tuat do
aire to restore by art the bloom of youth Its appli
cation la quite easy, its effects permctly natural, and
Its uae is eotirely harmless. It is applied with a
moistened cloth. Price 25 cents,
PALMER'S TREBLE EXTRACT OP
COLOGNE WATKB. The aweet and lasting fra
grance of tills article has been the subject of funeral
admiration for the past ten years. It elotelyre
aemblea the celebrated Farina Cologne in fragrance,
while many persons prefer it to this world-renowned
article. It is prepared from materials of tho greatoat
fturity, wl'h all the skill that science can alfoid, and
a destined to supersede moat art Idea of a similar
character. It ia eiegautly put np in fancy Tollvt But
tles of various sitea; also, In quart and pint packing
bottles, to replenish those of a more cosily character.
SO LOW PALM ICR, Ak-twt,
Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumery, No. M
West fourth-street, do
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
PUKE AIR!
New Mode of Ventilation!
Cn II and See One of
SAWYER & CO'S
PATENT
Heating and Ventilating Furnaces,
In operation at
CHAMBERLAIN k CO.'S
Store Ware-rooms, Nos. 61 and bi Vice st.,
(Below Colombia.)
Sawyer & Co.
noay
BY STATE AUTHORITY.
New Insurance Agency
Of Old Established
Companies !
OWEiY O VES jr, Agent
No. 4 Public Landing',
OlNCINNATI, O.
CONWAT IN8URAKCB CO.,1
of Conway, Mass, J
XjAFATETTE INS., CO.,
of Jirooklyn, N. I.
HAMPDEK INS. CO., 1
of Siprlngnold, Mass. I
Tash Aasati,
Cash Aaaeta,
9173,000.
Oash asMts,
$i30,00O.
BOARD OI1 CINCINNATI REFERENCE:
Hinkle, Guild A Co.,
Wilson I flay don,
Hadler A Bra..
B. A. Eolden A Go.,
Goodman A Vornholb
N. W. Thomas A (lo
, James Calhoun, Esi.,
Latimer, Col burn A Lupton
Aimuie tvefa.
Kisks taken on the most favorable terms consistent
with solvency.
Losses honorably adjusted, and promptly paid tn
Cincinnati.
OWEN 0BNs7 JR., AGENT
(We Assistant See'y Firemen's Ins. Co.)
' no9amt
3iT"W IQOOlSLS
-BKCEIVBCBY-
Robert Clarke & Co.
A GOOD FIGHT. AND OTHER TAT.wn
. By Charles Beado, author of "Peg Wofflntrton '
''Uto, Me Little, love ale Long," Ac. Illustrated
Price 75c.
THE PBAIRIBi A Tale. Dy Fennlmor-, Coopn.
llluatraled by T. O. C. Darley. edited on
steel and wood, in th roatlleat style, hy the most
eminent engraven in the country. Price i go.
SWORD Alt!) OOWN. By the author or "Guy M.
InffilAn. " P. 1m In .Inlh rt. .j .
..... . , .H v...., ,w u, pu. paper joe,
BkXVS MONBT KINO, ASD OTUJCB POEMS.
lrol.Uma. ,0rice75. ...... ,., , '
TIIJ MINIMTRR WOOINO. By Harriet Beeeher
W0JiI!.oABJISJ8 I5..AL1' A0M AND cons.
TBIR8. By Mm. Ellet, author r "Women of
the Bevolntlon," Ac. t Price Jl. , ,
00V.D J0lh ?!imnl,ted tnm Topnlar Proverbs.
By Timothy T tcomb, author of "Titoomb's Let
ters," 4c. Price 74c.
THKCRDCIBLE; Or, Teats of a Baganerat State
By Bev.J. A. Goodhue, A.M. Prlceli,
CALDWElt ON TBB PSALMS. Parochial Lee.
turn on the Psalm. By the late Hey. Davli
Caldwell, A. M. Price 1 60. "
ABT BECrtEATIONB. Belnr a complete Guide to
ornamental work. Price! 50.
THIRTY TEAB9 1NTHB ABTIrj BEOIONB: Or,
TheAdventures of Blr John franklin. Price
HABBY LEE, or, Bops for the Poor. Price 76c. "
THB LOYAL II BART; or, The Trappers. By fins
taveAlmard. Prlce9c. , .
For salebf .,i:iu.f
ROBERT CLARKE & CO., .
novlt MO. M WUHT roURTH-STBHET.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DELAND, ,
GOSSAGE &
CUYLER,
i.)- I
"West Fourth-st.
Hare made LA BOB ADDITIONS to their superb
itook of
WHICH TBX1 OrWU AT
GREAT BARGAINS.
Various Styles Silk Bobes, from till;
Printed All-wool Delaines, 37e. ; '
All-wool Plaids, STtto. per yard ;
Klch Delaine and Cashmere Bobes t
Bobes de Ohambre and Printed Vlanuals ;
Fancy Bilks, bought very low,
And i offered at correspondingly '
LOW DPH.IOID33 I
MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY
-OF-
WINTER CLOAKS
ASD '
SHAWLS.
Elegant Telvet Cloaks ;
, Fancy Cloaks and Shawls, all price).
-ALBO-Broche
Shawl Borders;
Extra Quality Eld tiiorea in Blnok;
White and Colors at 7Sc.
Ladles, Gents' and Misses' UNDERWEAR at cost;
together with a complete assortment of
TJEL"Sr GOODS,
In all its branches, at prloes to correspond with the
above. 1
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUILER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPEBA-HOUSK.
lno7-M W A BJ
3NT ES-W
J
91 Fourth-street
CINCINNATI, O.
AUCTIONEERS,
PEDDLERS
, KD-
Dealers in Jewelry
Ara reqnuted to sail and examine this large assort.
' ' ment of
1W1D FRKS1I GOODS,
, Just roaetvsd from the Xaitern Market, and '
Bought Exclusively for Cash.
. I am prepared to offtr better InduoemenU to
Gct&lx Buyers
Than any other House wint of New York City,
fuodbtr sod
JX.NOJELO'JEl.
Goal Cooking Stove,
AWABD.'jCD TIIK SU.YKIt filEDAL '
' ATTHK '
STATE FAIR,
Held at 2Kanearlllei October, 1SS9. .
M ANTJFACTL'KED BY
MfflRMIN & C0
' BAWIPIE AND SALE-ROOMS,
IVo. 31 and 33 Vine-st.,
i ' : ( Senond door Below Colombia,) . .
i CINCINNATI. OHIO.;
.I 1 "" 'no9em1 " .hi !
HO47TO SAVE' Y0TJE HENT
117 HY 18 IT THAT MEI WILL TOIL
W rear after war. an.t pay oro -".
rnore of thelir earnings for rent, and at the eaplra
tlon oreachi ear find tbeioaevea worth no more
rneuce.when voucangeta nice hcalthr location
reaikenceTi irv cheap. TiNe" lo ere 25 feet
hj M fet ie, ,p, ton aouarea from in river, o rnua-dlphla-atrei
i, one block vwt of the Western-row
s-erir.wnicn tamncn nearer li...
rtiaatl than theWost Knd ' fexa".v&n21!?'
healthy. X'a ere is a ilne bree Irorn the mils f n
yeat or coi rt naton. Tnese lot
$ per foot, rhichwlllonlraraeni'tto 2O0: androu
tlon of Oil sclnnatifor loss than fnnJ;,)9to
and after rovi set It, jon have mithing uut aplace
live, and ike tax amonnta to nesxly aa much as a
In ordlna circumatancee ought ti vT rent.
who wlal ia avail themselves ol' thia great opportu
nlty, wll l isetall information br .calling at fruit-store
Nn V n, ilT na.iin. Walnm -itmst. Cincinnati.
Ohio. note
"V"01 .'Id! THIS 18 TO NOTIFY
V Itnto that mr vlfe, Mary, las left mv bed
board t rtlhoot provacatlon, and J, tnemure, w,
any on' ,from trnatlDg her on my .account, as 1
rj uw anui, ui uet wuti.vii.. . w.in
SAMUS7.U J. ljwiP.
no!o Weet Covington Ky.
TO SUILDEES.
i i
', vTANT TO BUILD THIS WINTER
I i 11 TJalabTlAnaae tan lu 41 n( iheMl MNT
the I rlms, for which I wish to pay part oaah and
! lOTaSood Farm. Addr... AB. I.'., Bo
Ulm anmati.0. . B0W
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
"r
than
for
tha
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to
man
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THE
and
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101
West Fourth-street,
NEVV CLOTH CUJAKS
NEW SHAPES.;
Paris-made Velvet Cloaks,
New Winter Shawls,
. Stella Shawls,
n CHEAP.
fflSSES' SHAWLS,
Shawls for Men and Boys,
CLOAKS FOR LADIES AND MISSES,
Made to Order.'
John Shillito & Go.
no7awf J " i
SHAWLS!
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Vft have now Instoreacompleteaiiortuientar Sl
Wool Shawls, tr1
Broche Shawls, CO
Stella Shawls,
Cloth Shawls,
Many strlM of which can not bs found In any
other WHOLESALE HOUBK In the wosi.
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W. P. Devou & Rockwood jj
83 and 85 Pearl-street, ""
CO
uiticricruRSBs or hJ
Cloaks, Shawls and Bonnets,
And Wholesnle Dealers In
notceodj
NEW BOOKS
BBCKIVED DTJRIMG THR PAST WWK, AND
FOIt SALE DY
RICKEY, MALLORV & HO.,
No. 145 Main-street.
MEMOIR OF THE LIFE OF JOUN QCOl.
t;Y A1AM8.
BY .IOSI An QUINCY. LI,. D.
I to). 13mo . Pi foeflSSJ
II.
THE WFE, TRAVKI. AND BOOKS OF
ALEXANDER VO IIUHIKOLUT.
With an Introduction by BAYAKD TAYLOR.
vol. Kmo Prloe?13S
III.
A GOOO FIGHT, AD OTHRB TALKS.
BY CHAULES EKAD1I,
Author of " Love Me Little. Love Me Long," " Kavsr
too i.aia to jiusui su
ol. lamo Fi'lce 7 cants,
IV.
HWORD AND OWN.
Dy the author of "Guy Livingstone."
J vol. 8vo., paper - Pries t
V. . !
THE MONKT.KING, AND OTHBH
POBNts.
BY JOUN O. HAXK.
1 vol. Wmo......... rrwt 70 cents.
.. VI.
WOiHBN ABTIT8 IN Ahh AGE AND
, . CMJUJITB.IEM.
nv aiRH. K I. LETT.
Author of "The Women of the American Berolii
tlnn.M .
1 vol. 12mo......
-Price Jl
1 1 an. VRKSH SL'PPLIKS Off
ABBOTT'S EMPIRE OF RIS8IA.
I vol. svo., with Portrait Prlccl so
AND
Tlie Minister's Wooinff.
nv mrh H4RRIKT BKEOBEB STOWK.
IvoLUmo ...... 1 Kei
i aia.BBBBB.aw-aBi
EICKEY, MALLOEY & CO.,
No. 14 MAIN-STREET.
' fnoTI' - ,,; " ". , H,i ,
BONNETS,
FLOWEESl
: ' Feathers and Winter Millinery, --;
Of every deseriptlen, which I am selling at a small
advance on New York prices, wholesale and retail.
... ... w , aamnn Vh ..
' TV SKEW, l t
not 184 Fifth-street, bet, Bene and Kim,
473 PAINTERS KILLED,
SINCE MAY, 1858, 473 SIGN PAINTERS;,
In tlie State of Ohio, have had to qnlt tho bnsi
ness owing to Mnln nseef those Patent
"aat'lron fotereiltlal Block Letters, which. are man.
urartured at 310 Weatern-row, near Kirth-street.
Ther make a Tbeantlfnl aign and will last for age. )
' ... . jiiownl
HENRY DAVID,
" ariufaotUTerandWhoJesaleTMnlerhi : "
. Bomt, Perfumery, Faucy Goods, eVe.,
No', H79 MAIN-STREET.
BETWKKN SIXTH AND SEVtSTH.' 1
N T JOBBERS BY CALLINU AJS
M3 examining my Stock will find that
i selling lower than any otner noose in iu uivj .
tno9) ' '
REWARD STRAYED OR STOLEN
k9 3 A Cow of a muddy mixed color, tolerably oh
with horns tnmed ia toward th face, long hagJhot
teats, white spot in me iaoe, (.","'"';
neck Tha ahovo reward will he paid f-.r any
formation that will restore the cow to lira, , BO
Sixth-street, W eat of Culvert. no9b
BLACKSMITH.
I AM prepared to do all kinds of Blacl
amithing, and Horse .ahoHng-donesatisfactorl
for one dnllr ail ronnd. Give me a call, Weateri
row Mohawk bridge. noDd't.U. DUQIMAB.
WM. H. BALDWIN. ATT0RNEV
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW anil MaaU-i
Commtsaloner of the superior and Common gltw
Courts. Bank Building, north west corn. rot
andTbird-atreeta. n0
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NEW ADVERTISEMENT. 9 f
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We laaue sight Bills on
6V00NEB,, AIXW00D 4 C0.,lon4on; ' '
ROYAL BANK 01 1 it ELAND j ','
NATIONAL BANK 0? SCOTLAND,
' laanmt of tl and upwards. ,.
KaT Ixchange on Franoa and Oermany.
. JAMES F. MELINE -& C0.,-;.
ocKtilecl . , Wo. IT West Thlrd-atrct.
CLOAKSr
Cloaks!
CNJIiTJALED IS STYLE,
TJNHQUALED IN QUALITY,
' UNEQUALBD IK CHHAPNBS3.
' 1 maaaaaa E , . ,
'j' - TBI - :,
DEDEOP,
lO Dollari,
153 Dollar,
IS Dollar i,
18 Dollars , ... .
20 Dollars,
29 Dollars),
25 Dollar j, ,
30 Dollar.,
35 Dollars!
TIIK
LA VENICE,
At All the Above Prlcea.
MILAN WRAPPER,
At All the Above Prices.
BESDR.33"03Nr,
At All the Above Prloes,
ATIB
Pioneer Oloak Bazaar
mmm lewis.
DIKECTLT i
Opposite the Poitofllce. .
loo21-ajn2p
Wines and Liquors for Medicin
al Use.
FINE OLD BRANDIES.
Fine old Hourbon Whisky,
Vlueold Bye wnisRv;
Klna old Holland Gin , 1
, Tine old Jamaica Unm ;
' " Fine old Madeira Wines r " 1
Vina old Hnerry Wines ;
"' Floe old irv Port Wines;
Pnnlit Julra Pnrt Wlnaa 1 ii ,
Btlll and Saarkllng Oatawba, Claret, Seotok Ate,
London Porter, Wolfe'a Schnapps, Charles's London
Cordial Olu, blnntngar'e Old London llook Gin, fto.
These Wines and Llquvra have heen aeieoted with
espeoial care, and mar be relied upon aa striotb
Dure anu ei lue iiucHnjuHiiiim. .,r.nn, wj
SU1KE, KCK8TJS1W CO.,
no7) )ppialte the PoetofBce.
Druggists' Scales.
WE ARB AGENTS FOR THB SALE
of Troemner's Druggists' 8oales, and have
on hand an aaaortromt of
Jtlsrble, Braes and Iron Column Bcalea -(
Counter Hcalei, with Copper Dlahes ; ,
Prescription calea. with Silver and Brass Dishes i
brass Weights in Blocks ;
Zino WeUUta in Heats, o.
For sale by
BUlltK, 1CKSTBIN A CO.,
Opposite thi iPoatjffloa.
no7-o
Concentrated ley. .
THIS AUTICLE IS HIGHLY BEC0M-.
MENDED to families for making Bard or
Hoft Soap, with but little trout. 1c and expense. It Is
so decidedly ecouomlnalthHt all should give it atrial,
for sale by SUIlilt, KOKSTKKN CO.,
Bo7-o Oppealte the Postoffloe.
Congress Water.
K 'CASES CONGRESS WATER JUST
sj Vr received, direct from the Springs, fresh and
In prime ordor. For sale by
SCIRE, BCKSTKIN A CO., Druggists,
uoT-o Opposite the Pnatorllce.
FOBEIGN EXCHANGE
ox
ENGLAND, i ,
IRELAND AND
SCOTLAND,
WM. B. BAKRT iOO
. 1'oatoHlce Building.
for sale by
no7aw
Western Lands.
n:
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"I'
eflAaffc ACRES CHOICE WESTERN
iiiUUUltDili, for sale low for oaah, or ea
ohongedfor propertyin this city or Kentncky. ;
m " - Webster Co., Iowtts, '
jzo, " ,, " Jtooklann uo.i 4".
nolaw
, . . IV ill. U. DAI
BABRT 00.
DA ACRES VERY CHOICE LAND IN
CStcvF Pukaakl County, "Indiana, close to Lafay
.tte. Sew Albany 4 Salera Railroad rune through
the land. Olty property will txi token In exohang.,
or it will be leased for a term of years. ' -
no7awi, , ., i , ,.. i. "" "
i t' ! .i
Texas Isml.
2 aflsflA,ACRES OF THl! FINEST
UUU LAND for atoek raising or agtl-
t .111 V ...1.1 Ito aaah nr ai.h All Dalai
CllllUrai UFW, "ll WO nuni nm sua
for a larm in tois owe or '""'5. . k c
,iato7aw;i In 1 i ,1 . I W JM- B. p A4t4 sfll,
1 1 ,
(jovillgion l-raperiy.
-wtt? rr airic'aa T.nTB TW HOIITW flOV.
'ww INOTON, Ky., on ihe banV of the Licking,
Joining Cole's Onrdeai a beaotlfnt location for a
in there n'd a chtitch about bnlnit built. Theaa lota
1!29w""d,30, ." "x WMr&t co.
Taand Warrants.' " 1
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Wl WILL.PAY THE. HIGHEST MAR
KE l'prlco for Land Warrants, and make lo
cations for our friends through our agents, in any or
the States whore lauds are open for entrr. and attend
to paying taxes thereon. WM. B. BA11BY A .OQ.
no7aw - j .Poatottioe Building.
BRANDY IN B0ND.-J0HN BATES HA8
jnatreoeivedan importation of choice Brandy
in ia andH Caska, Otard, Dupuy A tto.. end Denis,
Monnle A Co. for aale wnoleaaleaod retail.
NATIOHAL TIIK ATE R BUILDIWO,
oc8t ... Sycamore-street. t
GOLDEN 8YRUP- J"' rcived,. tome
very n. BalUmor. Ooldenyrnp.or ta b,
B07 . im and Brancn store am west aonrin-n.
OLD WINES. Juat received, seven quar
tr casks very superior old Port, Sberrf and
Wr"8"' old 'WoteM jsffir . or
noT,' M and Branch Store W West Foul th-st.
MOKBD SALMON , AND HALIBUT.
Just received, eight eases T.rjj Una Smoked
pmon and Halibut.. Ior 4
t7 1 " ' M and Branah Store M West roartb-st

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