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VTOTW.FBANOISOQ. . JOHN D. CALDWELL
: , . IDITOU AND HPB1HT0.
orrici, 14 tot fousth-stiht.
THIIUHDAY...
..NOVEMBER 10
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The Schiller Centenary Birth-day.
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uost oiiUerman oiria, . syoroaa ana in ids
United Statta, pay Jionore to-day to the mem
ory ' 'of tho: German Poet, ' Feiidbicb Von
Schiixm. In thli matter-of-fact age, It (t a
healthy evidence of eathetio culture that the
? amfcle Md the great, the .artUaa, and the
''''artist, InrilU in testifying to the undying pcjwer
of tho poet. Amerloana delight with you ye
jealous, joyous Teuton, on this anniversary,
to-day one hundred yeara lino hla birth, in
participating with you in honoring the name
of ScBiLkia that ii a tound of power in -the
, world, i ! ; h . . .i ' - :
flood poetry, it has been (aid, U lo rare and
eitiuitlte a produot of the mind, that the few
.., favored mortala who are capable, of affording
" it. bare Been, in all aires and ntlntii. invested
by public opinion with some of the attributes
vre commonly connect with the notion of di
vinity. u ; : '; v-f',r:: j
The American people, praotioal as they are,
prise your poet who labored as a ohild of. na
ture to hand over to ns oiuldren of the West a
' " picture of Mother Nature, with new traits of
likanen. The man was the basis of the poet.
We have read his pages, and hare been in-
tpirod witu tne Ideal JtighteniDgs ot the beau
ties of the poet so vividly peroeired and so
acutely felt. His works live to instruct, do
" light and elevate mankind. ' !
He was born 10th November, 1759, at Mar
baob, Southern Germany, Wurtemberg, on the
Neoktr, fifteen miles south of Heilsbronn, of
Rm.MH l.tfc. II.H. villa nt tk ..,..!.
streams of Wurtemberg trickle over the groat
water-shed of the European Continent into the
basins of the Danube and the Rhine, and thence
course to distant seas, so did the early lisping
in i.ii...h nf ll, -Kwl t f CI..I........J l
poetic waters gushed forth in tho "Robbers,"
stream out In the "Tragedy of Wallenstein,"
in the "Maid of Orleans," "The Bell," "The
. Walks," and other poems, to that the world
abounds with the living wators of his copious
mass. His prose oorreipondence with Qokthe
i a twin monument to two gigantic German
minds. At the early age of forty-five, Semi.
i KH was out oft" from bis career of usefulness
with many poetical plans uncompleted. He
i died in 1805. His tomb is with Qokthe, Hkr-
nta and WiRtaD,51n the Cemetery of Wiimar,
pad on the Sth of May, annually, since that
iiv, is repeated at the Mannheim Theater his
tragedy of "Wallenstein." Honor, then to-
day, in Cincinnati the memory of the lover of
Bhaispsari, the poet Schillkr.
The Country is Safe—Keep Cool.
Ob the 7th of February, 1837, when Mr. Polk
wa6 Speaker of the lower House of CoDgrOES.Mn.
.TrBf Qcihot Adams presented a petition rep
resented to be from cloven slaves of the town
of Fiedcrloksburg, in the county of Culpepper
in the Stata nf Virginia., and wlalmd Inn,.!.,.
' if it would be in order to present it. The
Speaker said that a petition from slaves was a
noTclty and Involved a question that he did
, not feel oalled upon to deoide. He would like
to raice umeiooonsiuerit, ana in tne mean time
would refer it to the House. .
Dixon H, Liwib, of Alabama, fairly frothed
at foe mouth, and, turning to Mr. Adams,
ejaculated at the top of his voice, "By 0 ,
sir, this is not to be endured any longer."
" Treason I Treason !" soreamed a half doien
other member. "Expel the old scoundrel;
put him out ; do not lot him disgraoe the house
any longer!"
Dioohgoolr, one member of tho Virginia
ri presentation, introduoed a resolution to bring
tie Er-President to the bar of the House, and
that Mb. Polk administer him a censure, for
"g'.ving color to an idea" that bondmen wero
capable of exeroising the right of petition.
Alabama and Georgia were for punishing
the Old Man Eloquent. South Carolina was
for taking the petition from the House and
burning it. Days were consumed in discus
sing how the petition should be disposed of,
which was found to be, not in favor of eman
cipation, but for perpetuation of slavery.
At a period of high excitement, Hbsbt A.
. 'Wist, in an adjoining room, was sent for,
with the accompanying message that the sta
bility of the Union was in danger. Breath
less and impatient, Mr. Wis made his ap
poiwuuce, and inquired what was the matter.
He was Informed.
"And is that all?" ejaculated Mr. Wish.
'The gentleman from Massachusuotto has
presented a petition Bigned by alaveal"
"Well, Bir, and what of that? Is any body
uinu. uj hi oir, in my opinion slaves
ma the very persons who should petition.
Mine, sir, pray to me, and I listen to them;
and shall not the feeble supplicate? Sir, I
no dangor the country I bolieve is safe."
We hope that in these days of excitement
aid false elamor of the infidelity of the
North to the South, Governor Wish will say
to those who say the Union is in danger,
"Kcksp cool the country is safe."
b-1. :i e: - . . .
Healthy Railroad Excitement.
We favor healthy excitements. Suoh an ono
now rages with our city railroadg. Opposing
forces are brought to bear on the oltadel of the
City Counoll. President L'HoiiMEDigtr, the
Insntreotionary "Ossawatomie" of the main
.lines, has attacked the Harper's Ferry of the
"connections" of the "through line", roads.
Battle-axes gleam in the printed oommunie.
tinne sent to the City Council. ' . .
Mr. Mamh and Mr.' Noblb, in the City
you ooii, nave oppose toe "connection move-;
. moat," which has been deferred until to-m6r-row
night, to which time the Board adjourned,
tut night Mr. Tobbkhgk called up the subject,
A aoarp communication had. been received
from the President of the, Cincinnati, Hamii
t"u and Dayton Bsllroad, discouraging con
nections. Several ' amendments were offered;
ono a suDttiiuM referring the whole subject
bst; to the committee, to eoafer With Presi-
ntms, ana oiaera inteTesteo, or til the roads.
' The war trill 1 'renewed to-morrow night.
T Keep ny healthy excitement ! V,,
Buck in the Field.
,
1'he (listinguished incumbent of the office
of President of the United States, it is said,
w 11 be named aa a candidate for re-nomina-
tWDf, ,:'..! ' '..
,-0Mary Day, an . unfortunate creature,
i 1 1 - . i i. 1 1 . t i ..
into the river at Baltimore, last Friday night,
tj a g4mg of tnknown scoundrels.
"Flat-Iron" Hot—Tardy Remonstrance.
A remonstrance has, within a few days
past, been signed by numerous persons of the
Third known a (be . Flat-Iron Ward,,
againstlaylrrg.n, street railroads on East
Front-street, from'Congress-street to Washington-street,
and on presentation in the City
Council last night it was referred to a Special
Oommittee,con8iBtingofMe8sr8.SuiAKEB,ToR-
bbnci and Pkrby, to report next Wednesday
night. -1it the city has made a contract with
the Pendleton and Fifth-street Morkot Street
Railroad Company, granting them the route
remonstrated against, and last night accepted
the bond and security of that Company, rd
monstrance can avail nothing without both
parties to the contract assent to an amend
ment of the route. The Flat-iron boys must
wake up earlier and goto work sooner if tlioy
expect to smoothen out street railroads on
East Front-stroct.
The Last Great Fire in New Orleans.
The telegraph has already informed us of
the great firo in New Orleans on the night of
the 3d last., but a late number of the V'lki
furnishos particulars as follows: ,
The flames spread across Sixth-street the
next above Washington-street, and went round
the whole square bounded by Sixth, Chippewa,
Seventb,and Annunoiation-ecreots, and laid it in
a mast of ruins. All this time, and up to the
close of this disastrous fire, no water was to
be bad. The wind increased bo that the cal
culations for pulling down buildings wcro
almost impossible, for no sooner had the prop
pling hooks been placed on a house supposed
to be sumciently anead ot tne names, when
they came roaring like a prairie on firo, and
were upon the firemen before they imagined it
could be to near. Crossing Seventh-street the
flames lashed and roared, and demolished the
frame buildings as if thoy were playthings,
running completely around the square, and
destroying this as tbey bad done the square
below.
From the corner of Sixth and Annuncia
tion, the Hemes went across to the north-west
corner of Aununciation, and the wind blow
ing up a little morn just then, the half of
tne Diocke between Annunciation and Laurel
up as fur as Ifiuth-strect, were destroyed. It
would be impossible for the reader, lrom the
description, In form an idea of the immense
amount of ground traversed by the Are, un
less no snnuia visit tne spot.
The wind at ono time was exceedingly high,
and clouds of oindors and dust rilled the air,
and prevented almost every body from stand
ing before it. An idea can be formed of the
rapidity of the Are wbon we sav that this re
porter was unable to obtain the names of the
coonpants of the houses-fast enough to keep
ahead of the fire, even on one side of a square
alone, and on one or two occasions he was
obliged to run the gauntlet of heat and smoke.
The class of people occupying the houses
burned, were mostly butchers, cattlo dealers,
and others in humble circumstanoos.
Svir Against a Spanish Hoblrman imr
Bioaxt. At Milan, scandal is busy with an
event whioh has something of the ludicrous.
A nobleman of some wealth who had con
tracted marriage by civil contract before tho
legal authorities found it expedient to disown
the tie after a while in order to connect him
self with a Milanese lady of great personal
attractions. The second marriage was solem
lied in church. But the lady in her turn, hav
ing been courted by a man of higher rank and
greater wealth, instituted proceedings to annul
her marriage, upon the pica of bigamy on tho
part of her husband, alleging, now that it
serves her purpose, that his first marriage was
legal. The new binds were published, . but
the husband of the two wives instituted pro
ceedings to forbid thorn. The matter is now
before tho courts, and it remains to be seen
whether the husband of two wives is to become
a balchelor, and the lady, ambitious of a sece
ond husband while tho first is living, is to b
pronounced a spinster.
Db&trugtivr Pbairih Firi ii Illinois.
One night of last week the great tracts of
prairie to the north-east, betwoen here and
Money Creek, were on fire, and much damage
was the result. The farm of Mr. Gibbous, in
that direotion, was invaded by the flying
flames, and thirty acres of corn destroyed, a
large quantity of grain in the staok, (nearly
his ontire crop,) several thousand rails; in faot,
making a pretty clean sweep of the combustiblo
part of the whole farm. In the early part of
the same evening a fierce fire was also observed
to be raging, apparently five or six miles
distant, to the north-west, andit is feared more
damage is yet to be heard from. Bloommgton
Pantograph.
A Docroa Killkd bv his own PRfsonirTior
John Kissel, a German doctor who has been
living for some time on the Cottonwood, some
uiieeu mues aoove limpono, iiansaa, puia
terminus to bis life last week in rather a ainira.
manner. He bad been doctoring a neighbor
with a sore foot, for which he prepared a bottle
of powerful compounds- to be applied. Soma
days after the dootor was fonnd dead, with an
empty bottle by his side.
In orA n OrjTBAQis The Americui (Kansas)
Senlintl estimates that twenty-one emigrants
havo been killed during the last few weeks by
the Indians on the Santa Fe route. It also
says there were three weekly mails from Santa
Fe which had not arrived at Connoil drove
on Saturday, 22d ult., the last one being due
on the evening of that day. The only proba
ble reason for their delay is trouble with the
Indians on the roc to.
Desprrati Act op a Notorious Borular.
Rockwood, a notorious burglar, arrested at
Hudson, N. T., for tho robbery of a jewelry
store at Albany, while being oonveyed to Al
bany, jumped from theGreenbush ferry-boat
into the Hudson River, on Saturday night
last. The prisoner was heavily ironed at the
time. At latest advices he had not been
found.
Shootino Affray in Nbw Orleans. A
serious difficulty occurred last Saturday be
tween Mr. Robert Gryder, hay-weigber, and
Mr. Henry Judson, flour inspector, in the lat
ter named gentleman's office. Mr. Judson,
after the two had struggled into the: street,
drew a revolver and fired at his antagonist,
the ball taking effoot in bis left tide. Mr.
Gryder, It is feared, in dangerously wounded.
SuiaiDK in Baltimore. Day before yester
day, the oorpse of an unknown man, supposed
to be a German, was found on the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad. The body had a strong
handkerchief tightly drawn around its neck,
and a bough of the tree beneath which the
dead man lay, was broken, indicating that be
had attempted suicide by hanging, and, falling,
had died of strangulation.
' I !
Execution is North Carolina A man
named Starling was executod at Kinston, N.
C, last Friday, to witneis which some, four or
five thousand people were present. It is stated
that Starling had a superstitious belief in
witchcraft, believing that, the ld lady he
killed had the- power to conjure bis wife and
ohild to death, and while in a state of intoxi
cation committed the deed.
-.- i:
' Two Suicides in One Cobntt. On Sun
day morning of last week, Mrs. Ann Mitch
ell, wife of Bev. R. L. Mitchell, of Scott
ville, 111., committed suicide by hanging, and
on Monday, a respectable farmer of middle
age, named Hopper, living about three miles
west of Scottvillo, went out into the wooiIb
and hung himself. '
Fatal Railboad Accident. On Friday
morning the train which left Memphis on the
Memphis and Charleston Railroad was thrown
from the traok by running over a bullock. By
the accident the engineer, Mr. Colton, was
killed, and a fireman named Hodra. had hla
leg broken. Little damage was sustained to
the train.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
From Washington
WASHiNotoN. November t.While the Cabi
net was in session yesterday, the President
received a dispatoh, showing the pressing
necessity for military aisiatanM at Browns
ville. The Seoretary of War, within half an
hour thereafter, issued instructions to Captain
Ricketts, commanding the Artilery Company
at Baton Rouge, to place bit men in. readiness
for a march, and at the same time the Quarter
master at New Orleans was telegraphed to
make arrangements tor transporting tne troops
to Point Isabel, to which place they are now
probably on the way.'
A private letter from JSi rosso, aatea vn.
4, says the new law of the Jaarex Government,
the making of marriage by the eivil au
thorities imperative, has created much ex
citement in Northern Mexico. 1 '
At Durangd a pronunciamento was issued
against the law, but it wss suppressed by the
authorities. In Chihuahua petitions are in
circulation calling upon the Government of
that State to suspend the execution of the
law. The clergy are at the foundation of
these disturbances. .
The Prcsidunt has commuted the sentence
of Captain Holmes, of Maine, who was con
victed some time since of tho murder of a
sailor upon tho high sens, and sentenced to
he hung on the 25th inst.. "' . 11
Rev. David Junkin has been appointed
Chaplain in the Navy. ' l
Tbe first number of Hon. Thomas B. Flor
ence's Democratic Quarterly Review will be is
sued on Saturday. ' '' :'
The Postmastor General returned from the
South. He bns not yet opened the bids for
the transportation of the iniiil between Port
land and New Orleans.
' J. B. Thomas, the special delegate from
Brownsville, had an interview with the Sec
retary of War to-day, and fully explained' to
him the alarming condition of the frontier of
the Rio Grande. ' 1 '
Trial of Cook.
Charlesvown, November 9. The trial
of Cook attracted a great crowd in the
Court-room, both yesterday and to-day.
Gov. Willard and. Mr. Crowley, the brothers-in-law
ef the prisoner, occupied seats beside
him. His counsel aro J. E. McDonald, At
torney Genersl, and Mr. Voorhecs, District
Attorney of Indiana, and Messrs. Lawson,
Bolts and Thos. C. Green, of Virginia. : The
prisoner was well dressed' and maintained a
tirm and dignified demeanor: Ho plead
guilty to all the counts of tbe indictment ex
tent in at cnarirme treason, ine demurrer to
the count of treason was argued by the Coun
sel and overruled by the Court. .A jury wrb
obtained the questions put thorn being
about the same as in Brown's case.
Mr. Green, for thd prisoner, admitted the
faot of the prisoner conspiring with slaves to
rebel, whioh is punishable with death or im
prisonment for life.
Mr. llunter then rose and read the confes
sion of Cook. It is written by himself, and
fills twenty-five foolscap pages. It elioitt noth
ing new except the fact that he Implicates
Fred. Douglas and Dr. Howe. Tbe confession
is to be published in pamphlet form, for the
benefit of Samuel C. Young, one of the wounded
men at Harper s terry. . - 1
The session ot the Court to-day was spent in
taking testimony and opening the argument
for tho State. '
The feeling against Cool is. stronger than
against any of the other prisoners. He is
regarded as having been a spy for the insur
rectionists.
Strong efforts will be made by Gov. Willard
to save bis lire. . . !
German Celebration.
Pbilarilphia, November 9. The -Ger
mans celebrated the centennial ' annivers
ary of Schiller's birth with a procession
in which all the German volunteers, singing
societies and beneficial societies participated.
12 bod man earned a toron and displayed nu
merous devioes and transparencies, including
a large bell and a printing press in operation.
Many nouses were illuminated along tne route.
Brilliant displays of fire-works and salutes
were fired during the march. On reaching
Broad-streot, the torches were thrown into a
heap and consumed. After listening to an ap
propriate address the crowd dispersed.
New Jersey Election.
Trenton. November 9. Charles S. Olden.
Opposition, is without doubt elected Gover
nor by 1,600 majority. The Legislature will
stand as follows :
Sonate Democrats 12; Republicans 8:
Americans 1.
House Democrats 29; Republicans 28;
Americans 3.
There are still doubts as to tbe House, tho
vote in some districts being very close.
Bedstead Case.
Tbmnton, November 9. The great folding-
iron bedstead cane, before Judge Incersoll, in
the United btates Circuit court, was deoided
hereto-day in favor of the New York Wire
Hailing Company, sustaining John B. Wick
erehain's patent for tbe use of the pin over
the rail resting on tbe shoulder in the bed
stead leg.
New York Election.
Albany, November 0. Thurlow Weed
claims tbe election of H. M. Leavenworth,
Republican, for Secretary of State, over Jones,
the Democratic and Utica candidate nominee,
by 8,(100 majority, and of Robert Donniston,
the Republican and Utioa candidate for Con
troller, by 25,000 majority. ,
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
St. Louis, November 9 The Santa Fe ,
Mails of September 26 and October 17 arrived
at Independence to-day.
The mails were esoorted from Fort Union to
to the Arkansas River. They bring no news.
The conductors think that hereafter they
will not be molosted.
Destructive Fire.
store of ' Henderson,' Cowsn k Co., Several
dwellings and tbe steamer Brittania, lying at
an adjacent wharf, wsre destroyed by fire last
night. Tho loss is partially covered by insur
ance. !
Requisition for Gerritt Smith Contradicted.
dieted, ; -
Richmond, November 9. No requisition has
boen made by Gov. Wise on Gov. Morgan for
Gerritt Smith. , ' ' i
Gerritt Smith Crazy.
Utica, November 9. Gerritt Smith has been
sent to tbe Lunatio Asylum at Ctioa, having
become seriously deranged,
River News.
Louisville,' November 9 P. M. River
stationary with two feet rjlno jnehes iu the
canal. ... 11 t
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Ohio Mechanics' Institute."
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Wednesday, November O, '
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la destined to supersede most articles of a similar
character. It Is elegantly put op in fancy Toilet Bnt
tlee of various sizes; also, in quart and pint packing
bottles, to replenish those of a more costly character.
, . SODOH PALMBH, Agent,
Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumery, o. 36
VTVSfr uuriu-strwji. nos
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
1WENR7 ' BRACHMAJNN HAS RE.
M.M. MOVED to Ml Writ Thlril.atm. nr
Vint, inhere be intends keeping a full and choioe
aioca oi rusa ntnaa ana Liiqnorsoi ntsown se
lection and Importation, to which he calls the special
aiteuuon oi muse winning' a pare ana gennine er-
tiuio. eiuu uo iwiinttouB win oe aept iu tne estao.
llthment. . nolOo
'"r OAK HALL :
CLOTHING DEPOT
BARVI3E & KING
No. 156 Jflain-strcct,
THREE DOORS ABOVE FOURTH,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FINE
xft. Ready-mado Clothing, cut in the latest etyle,
and of the beat material and workmanship, expressly
for tbe Betall Trade.
Mollis, 'aslmer(i, Venting and Over-oontlua-,
af every variety, fur Custom Trade, mado
to order in foe Intel t style.
aVGentlemen's furnishing Goods. nolObwf
PURE AIR!
New Mode of Ventilation!
. . Call and See One of ,.
SAWYER & CO'S
' ;r::'V P ATENT "
Heating and Ventilating Furnaces, '
In operation at : 1
CHAMBERLAIN & 0 0. '8
Store AVare-rooms, Nos. 51 and 63 Vine-st.,
j,. . . , ,(llelo.pInmula.) , ;.
Sawyer & C o .
- ' " -; ' tnoayr 1 '
Coal Cooking Stoye,
AWABDED THE SILVER MEDAL
T THE
STATE FAIB;
Hold at Znnesvllle, October, .1859.
' MANUFACTURED' BY
ll & CO,
' '
.' SAMPLE AND SA LB-ROOMS, , 1 ,
:. 1 .'. )'il i ' " i , ,, ,
IVos. Sit and 53 Vine-st.,
(Sooond door Below Colombia,) '
' -- S4I . ''
' CINCINNATI. , OHIO.! '
""' fno9cml '-ivi - -' ' . "
; BLACKSMITH.
I AM prepared to do all kinds of BlaoV
inlthlng, and Horse-shoelng-done satinfactorily
for one dollar all round. Give me a call, Western
row and Mohawk bridge. noM'l H. DIJGKNAB.
NOTICE THIS IS TO NOTIFY" THE
pnbllo that my wife, Mary, b.xs left my bed and
board wlthont provacation, and I, therefore, warn
any one from trnstlug her on my acMont, as I will
pay no debts of her contracting.
, . 1 . , ... maSioelm. lkwih: "
D090 , , ' West Covington Kt. '
r TO BUILDERS.
- i l ---.Pi'-. . i . u t in i if -. . i ., :
Ii WANT TO 'BUILD THIS WINTMR
three small Brick Homes, to be finished early in
the Kprlng, for which I wish to pay part rash and Die
balance in a good Farm, Address A. D, U., llox in'.,
Cincinnati, (J, notiv
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
AVct Fourlh-sfreef.
NEW-CLOTH CLOAKS
U t (.; V j of ,.v. i,,.v. f,
, , . NEW; Sli APES. .,
- . ,, ' , ", , i -
Paris-made Velvet Cloaks,
New Winter Shawls, -.
n , , Stella Shawls
CHEAP.
MISSES,; SHAWLS,
' :' Shawls for Men and Boys, j
CLOAKS FOR LADIES AND MISSES,
Made to Order."! '
John Shillito & Co.
,' no7awf
i.I .'
SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK B00K8,
Paper, Pens, Ink, Slates,' .
' ' ' -Ott ' i :.-
I -. ' , ' ' "I
Staple Stationery.
school oa orricE use, :
Can supply tuemaolres with tbe beat, at the lowest
Hate, by calling upon
Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co.,
Wholesale Booksellers and Stationer), and Blank. '
, . Book Manufacturers, , ; , .
WEST FOURTH-STREET
. noSceod '
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
SHAWLS!
MILLINEEY
AND
DRESS
TRIMMINGS!
IN ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES,
! AT i- ! 1
I . , . .
MODERATE PRICES,
s. wiLson's;
No. 78 West Fourth-street,
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPitBA-nonSB.
' frio4J
BtiKBorvs,
FLOWERS;
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which 1 am selling at a small
advance on New York pricci, wholesale and retail. .
i J. WEBB, Jr.,,
nol 1 ' 154 f!fth-6treet,bst.-Baceanri Kim.
473 PAINTERS KILLED
SINCE MAY, 1859, 473 SIGN PAINTERS,
in the State ot Ohio, havo had to quit, the bnsi
ness, owing to tho coming in use of tlinse Patent
Cast-iron Interstitial Block Lottars, which are man
ufactured at 210 Western-row, near Ktftli-atreet.
Tbey make a beautiful sign nnd will last for ages. ;
- : moeain i . .r ,
HENRY DAVID,
, Uanufaeturerasd Wholesale Dealer In " I 'jI
ftonps, Perfumery, Fancy Gooda, cVc, -
No. 278 MAIN-STREET,
ND ' . JOBBERS BY CALLIN& AND
a Ja 'examining inv'Htnck will fln.l tt.t 1
am selling lower than any otbtr house iu the c(ty.
' : IM"--IJ. ' 1 , M , . '
HOW TO SAVE YOUR RENT,,
W' HY 18 IT THAT MEN WILL TOIL
year after rear, and pay out one-tbird or
more or their earning for rent, and at the expira
tion of oach year Dud themnelvi-a Worth no more than
when- they commenced? Mow Is. tha time to com.
meuce, when you can get a nice healthy location for
Rresldouce very cheap, Thi-ee lota ars 1!) feet front
y 100 leet deep, ten snaare from the rlvsr, on Philev i
delphia-street, one Hock west of the Western-row
Ferry, which Is much nearer thebuslnesrpart of Cin
cinnati than the West Kml or Texas, auil ht 'more
healthy.. There la a nne breeze lrom the hills on the
West of Covington. Theiie lots will be sold as low ni
$8 per foot, which will only amount to tAK and you
can not buy Iota of this size aa m ar the linslness por
tion of Cincinnati for IcKSthan IVom?:,0O0to$!,fNiO;
and after you gat It, you have nothing but a place to
lire, and the tax amounts w nearly aa niQcliutaman
In ordinary clrcumstancra mitjut to pay runt, Thoa,1
who wish to avail thotnsclviw of this greut opportu
nity, will gut nil information b calling at fruit-atom.
No. 6, College Bulldlur, Vlnut.ti'uot, Cincinnati,
Ohio, . ... , i t, .f. ', :i t ' node 1
WM. n. HAlDrt I W. ATTOBNEY
AND OOrjNHELl.OIt AT LAW and Maetor
Commissioner of the bupeilor and Common Clean'
Courts, Bank Kulldlnv, norlh west corner of SI all.
and Third-streets, not
J lis t4 zZ jt ,sfis:'
mmmM
in tfvM'f','ilN
wWElTiENTS
TO KNGLArVtl,1'-' '!''''
"- HTLANbnnd' '
. - . - i,.,, .We Issue sight Billion ,. , ,
BPOONER, A1TV700D ft CO., London;
BOTAL BANK 017 IRELAND;
1 NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND,
, In rami of l and n pwards.
aVV" Exchange on France and Germany." ' 4 " 1
JAMES JF.. & CO.,
oc26tdeci ' ' ' No. 17 West Thlrd-sti et.
;rs'; ' r? 'r "m m 'fjr
CLOAKS!
ri
JNEQUALED IN STYLE, ' '
!. '! UNEQUALED IN QUA LITY, ' '
" " ' -! UNKQUALED IN CHEAPNESS.
--Tag
BEWDEOP,
v ;;;,r, '::-at; '" .-;
mm. H:10':iollara,, ;'
SS Dollar j,
rvt .'5(18 Dollar'i,.
0 Dollars,
' 92 Dollars,
, J5 Dollars 1
30 Dollar,
33 Dollar J ,
LA VENICE,
" ' At All the Above Prloe.
MILAN WRAPPER.
. i
At All the Above Prices. ,
BBRNON,
At All the Above Prlooa,
' . i . ; . -. ,, '
At tHB ...
., t . , ....
Pioneer Cloak Bazaar
-or- , ,
(lEOUfiE liEWIS.
..i ... ."I ' i ;i. ;
' . DIEECTLY ;1 , .,
Opposite the Postoliice.
or31-am!p
CLOAKS
o
O
For The Trade. '
fi hat now iJt arook.
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS Xfl
MAJiTJFACITJKED Bt OCBSEU'ES,
With special attention to the wanla of
City and Country Merchant!,
... . Varying in price from ,
"i3to 85 0 Each!
'! These ifoods ure copies from the '-
Most Approved Paris Styles,
; Out this season, muds from ' 4
o
o
CHOICE MATERIALS,
J 1 ' ,l AND IM-I t I
, . FIRST CLASS STYLE.
''' i ' ..,, ,
To. I!lercliant9 Only
Tbey will bo offered nt prices eocnring bar.
red at prk
gnl us In
SEASONABLE i SALEABLE GOODS.
w. r. Deron & Bockwood,
o
S3 and 83 Pearl.strect. .
uoSeod Between Vine and ltaco.
FRENCH MILLINERY.
BONNETS.
RIBBONN,
, FLOWERS,
'. FEAT1TBB8,
Cloaks arid Fancy Goods,
, At the Cheap Millinery Store,
No. 18 West Fifthstreet,
no.iceod . Nenr Main.
FOREIGN EX CHANGE
ii'-.
' ENGLAND, .. ir' .
;,,;;.'' IRELAND ANI ''
' ' ',;'''',',l,''''Vi',l'., SCOTLAND.
tor sain by ' '' WM; B. BAHR7 A CO,,
, uoTaw ,' ' " ; . Postofflce Building.
, Western JLands.
. ''I" I : ...! Irii. ,,
2rilfn ACRES CHOICE WESTERN
""Uidi, for sale low for Cash, or ex
Vbanged for property In this city or Kentuoky. -,
,- , , 1,IVI0 antes in Marahan Co., Wis.;
..'i COO " WebaterCg., Iowa;
320 " Hocfcland Co., 111.
noTaw 11 WM. B. BABBV A 00.
fiLf! ACHES VERY CHOICE LAND IN
Pultaakl County, Indiana, close to Later,
ette, New Albany A Salnm Itallroad runs through
the land. (Jity properly will be taken la exchange,
or It will be leased for a term of years. -'
no7aw ., i ... , WH.B. BABKTAOO.
':. 'I
i 'i ;
Texas Land.
If .-M .if, 1 ' II.' I V)
AAfl "ACRES OF THE FINEST
AiVVV tUD for stock ralsinu or agri
cultural use, will be sold low for cash, or exchanged
for a form in this elate or Kentucky.
, ,no7aC ,, WM. B. BABBY A CO.
WB UAVE-fl5 liOTS IN SdUTH COV
. , . L?.6.TPN KT" ou Khe hl" of Lloklng,
joining Cola's Oardon ; a, baautiful location for a
family villa. Tbero are many iinproTomants going
on there, ;d 4 church about being builti 'These low
will be sold at J300,.ln tlx yearly payments.
no7aw ' - ',, , w M , B. BABBT ft CO.
Land , lVarraiit.
I'AM
WK WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MAR.
WVii..a r . . , . . .
I - ifiiw, iKruiqu nsrriDlli'snu llinisiD.
cations for our friends through our agents, in any of
the States where lands are open for entry, and attend
to paying taxes theraoa. Vi. B, BAUBY A CO.,
.' Yio7aw i 1 1 , . y .. Postnfflc, Uulldmg.
GOLDEN SYEUP-Juit receivod, tome
.very, nne Baltimore Golden Hy nip. If or sale hr
' noT' ( ': (Iff and Braqoh ptnre M Wait fouitii-al.
sTaiT.Tt 'WTrl'ES. .Tilnf VnWl .....
" ter risks very superior old Port, Blurry and
iuiMii.. piHwi.uiM ..1.I.VKV. mr Hum, vj irillion or
bottle, by . , A. McDONAliD ft CO.,
nof y Wahd Brahch 'Store 219 West row th-st.
GMOKED SALMON AND HALIBUT.
Just - iwlved, sight oosea vry tine rimokud
Halmonandilellbut. ,i"oriuloliy w
A. McUONAtD A Cn
no7 H and Branch 8lotc 249 West Furtb-sl

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