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ASUY W.FRAHOISOO. JOHN D.CAI1DWKI1L
ditobs Aire mnimm-
09HOU, 14 WW WHJBTH-STBIW.
MONDAY .
......NOVEMBER 14
The Arctic "Fox" to be Sold.
Lady Fbasklik his resolved to Bell the
tm vacht Fax. in which Capt. McClixtock,
with honored associates, made hi aearoh for
8!t Jons FBimoii'l party. The ial will be
effected at jLiOTD'i thii month.
Cease, Viper, You Know a File.
The London Times embodloi 1U oonoentrated
mslignftr and itupld wit In a characterise
article detailing the arrival of the American
Minister at Pekin. I See the proofs or iploes
and mortiBed vanity In the telegraphio report
of the Thanderer's explosive article.
News from California.
California advises to tho 21it inst. We been
reoelve l. The Sacramento Standard announce!
t'it Gov. WtLLta has eonclnded to appoint a
United Statss Senator to fill thevaoanoy of J, C.
HnoDEBiCf . A fire has destroyed the business
jiortloa of Centrevllle.
DropLetter Boxes—Penny-Posts.
In Philadelphia the Postmaster haB allowed
"tot-irou boxes to be attached to the street
gas-lumps, into which prepaid lottors may
1-9 dropped, which are removed from thenco
several timet a day and night by carriers.
Ia London the postal departments furniuh
the carriers with two eoats one of a light
description, to be worn during the summer
months, and another one to rough it dunug
the winter
Foreign Mails.
The foreign mailt from the Cincinnati oflUe
are made np dally at seven o'clock F. M. Letter
should be In the postoffios by half-past six P.
M. The postage of newspapers, pamphlets
and periodicals must be prepaid. The pre
payment of letter! is optional the whole pott
age or none should be prepaid, for if any luin
leai than the whole postage is prepaid, that
much is entirely lost to the sender.
The letter-postage, one-qnarter ounce, to
Franoe is fifteen cents; to Great Britain and
Ireland twenty-four oenta; to Canada ten
e.nts. Foreign letters registered for fire cents
additional, and must be brought in before five
o'clock P. M.
The McMicken Trust.
The City Council has had imposed npon
it the care, in trust, of all the roal estate
In this city of the late Charles McMicke
The receipts for rent amount to $19,000 yearly.
Since the executors have had these duties in
charge, the collections have been made by their
elerk, Judge TVabreh:.
In conversing with the Judge, who was for
long time President of the City Counoil, be
signified hie readiness to oontinue the oollec.
tlon of the rents and pay the whole amount as
collected into the City Treasury, without
charging one eent for future services for such
duty. The services of a trustworthy and
methodical man like him would be an aequlai
tlon worthy of acceptanoe by the Finance
Coma'ttee of Connoil. He is familiar with
the contraots and the tenants, and proffers this
Crto service, as alleged, for the interest he feels
in the oity business and economy of this School
fund.
Time Changed of Railroad Trains.
With a oh an ge of the weather, we have, to
day, a chango In railroad time cards. The
Superintendent of the Little Miami and Colum
bus and Xenla Railroad announces the winter
time card of the roads under his oharge. First,
the main route to Columbus there will be
two through Express and one Aooommodation
train, daily. First train, day Express, leaves
Cincinnati (except Sundays,) at ten o'clock, A.
M., carrying the way mails, and stopping at
all principal stations, roaches Columbus twenty
minutes before three o'clook P. 31., where
through fionneetion is made by Cleveland road,
by Eteubenville, and by Belle Ajr routes to
the East. Eeoond train, Columbus Accommo
dation, leaves Cincinnati ot4:40 P. M. (exoept
Sunday.) Paseengen itop fifteen minutes
for moals at Senia, leaving there at 7:45 P.
M. and arriving at Columbus at 9:45. Third
train, Night Express, leaves Cincinnati 11:31
P. 11., (except Saturday nights,) reaching
Columbus 4:10 A. M. All the Eastern connec
tions are made by this train. It stops only at
the following way stations, vis: Loveland,
Morrow, Xenia and London, at which latter
place the np and down right trains pais at
3:20 A. M.
All trains run by Columbus time, whioh is
raven minutes faster than Cincinnati time.
DAYTON AND XENIA DIVISION.
This eompany owns the track between Day
ton and Xenia. A train leavei Xenia for Day
ton as follows: Night Express, 2:10 A. M.;
ST . 1 Express 12:45 P. M., and No. 2 Express
4.05 P. M. Return trains from Dayton' to
XsdU leave Dayton at 1:10 A. M., 11:45 A.
M., aui 8 P. JI. Down trains from Columbus
to Cincinnati leave Columbus 8 A. M., 2:45 P.
II., and 0:35 P. M., and reaeh Cincinnati,
respectively, 2:20 A. M., 9:45 A. M., and 2
o'clock P. M.
THE MARIETTA ROAD.
This road uses tho track of the Little Miami
Railroad Company as far as Loveland, and its
trains leave our depot, from to-day, as follows:
9:40 A. M., and 8:40 P. M. The trains are
not more than one hour end fifteen minutes on
this road. Returning, they reach tbli city at
11:20 A.M., and 0:15 P.M.
CINCINNATI, HAMILTON AND DAYTON RAILROAD
COMPANY.
This road opens, to-day, a new passenger
communication, from the Sixth-street Depot,
by the "Delaware Cut-off," to all Eastern
points, by Cleveland, and to Pittsburg by
Crestline. Trains, 10 A. M., and 11:30 P. M ;
with the above, six trains are run daily, Sun
dny excepted, 'the 11:30 P. M. train running
Sunday night and not on Saturday night,) 6
A. M. Express, connecting at Richmond, Ind.,
for Loganiport, Ao.j 7:30 A. M. Mall, connect
ing at Hamilton for Oxford, and at Dayton for
Greenville, .; 10 A: M. Express, "Delaware
Cut-off;" also, 11:30 P. M. Express, by lams
route; 3:40, by Indianapolis to St Louis; 6:10
P. M. by Hamilton to Oxford and through to
Canada, ia., by Toledo. ' '
INDIANAPOLIS AND CHICAGO.
Three trains daily from foot of Mill and
front-streets, by the Lawreneeburg routes:
Chicago MsU, 8:50 A. M., Lafayette, Ind.,
Accommodation, 12:41; Chicago Express,
'. it. . -H
.. . .-. i': i'-v; n .1
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Sunday Evening's Dispatches.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA.
New York, November 13. The steamship
Ann, with Liverpool dateB to Saturday, the
29th ult., though not so lata as received by
too imTOTwm, rjfta arrived, cue iurni.u
some interesting details of the wreck of tho
Royal Charter, and also oommeroial intelli
gence qf tho week ending 29th, not embraced
in the JJunoartWt dispatches. The number
saved from the wreck of the Royal Charter is
only 39, and thenumber who ponstieaamouni
to 455. Great damage bad been occasioned
by the storm all around the English end
Irish coast. Numorous coasting vessels and
many lives were lost. Tho American ship
Rotkingham, from Cardiff, lost hor anchors
and ran on the mud in Penarta Roads, ine
bark Marlborough, from Baltimore, u
totally lost near Ilf&riocmbo, and the second
mXand pilot drowned. Tho .hip lmag
whioh arrived ot Liverpool from Now York,
was struck by nea.Uetooor o,
overboard the first and third mates, five sea
men and two boats. , rtt rn,
Livebfooi,, October 23.-Sles of Cotton 1 for
the week, 88,000 bA.o8,inoludingl ,600 to
speculators ana v,oui ,uVrF- .t . ..b
middling qualities improved during the week
Kd for clean qualities, which are getting
soaTof; all qualltiesmprov.a f''"
to-day', (Friday,) 10,000 bales ine uc tin. 2 .000
for speculation anaexp""- r Orleans
AHA innlnriino 837.001.
Hewitt's Circular say! there hasK en"nl
sated demand during the entire wv ..
loquiry has been chiefly for qualities v. on
sand, from middlings upward, and holders -T
aoeount of their scarcity have advanced theu
quotations fully H"- wnicn is ireeiy re
eponded to, especially for New Orleans and
Mobile; Uplands are more abundant and lib
erally offered, but have not fully participated
in the advance; sales of common and sandy
occasionally made at better prices, but there is
no general improvement; Middling Orleans,
7?d.; do. Mobiles, 1i ; do. Uplands, 6lAi.
The imports of the weok have been 40,01)0
bales, and the quantity known to be at sea
from America is 50,000, against 36,000 at some
time last year. Messrs. Stotterfoht's circular
makes a similar report, but quotes middling
Orleans at 7 5-16d. -'
Richardson & Spence qaoto an advanoe on
week of J4&3-16. Market closing for Mid
dling Orleans 7 6-18 ; Middling Mobile Vt,
and do. Uplands fljd. Drake A Kleinwortu
quote Middling Orleans at 7Jid. WBkeflcId,
Nash A Co. quote Middling Mobile at VA
7 3-16. Messrs. Mariott A Co. say that recent
severe storms has created an impression that
aorresnondinir weather in the United States
might act detrimentally upon the growth of
the crop, ana any smaller quantity man ,vuy,
000 bales would now bo contemnlated with
anxiety. They quote an Bdvanco of 'd. for
fair and other grades oxcopt inferior, 143-W.
Clare & Sons quote Middling Orleans
Midding mobile iM,u., ana uo. tpianas ia.
Advices from Manchester aro favorable,
there being an improved inquiry and advance
of y,i. iniyarns.
Lokdok, Ootober 23. The bullion in the
Bank of England ttas decreased tu.uuu.
Money market closes slightly more stringent,
but with active demand.
Lord Brougham has been elected Chancellor
of the University of Hamburg.
The widow of the late Sir Robert Peel is
dead.
The French Government has ordered one
hundred gun-boats, mounted with twenty-five
guns each, to be completed with the utmost
dispatch.
The arrangements for the oombinod French
and English expedition against China has
been completed, and its departure is fixed for
Drat tortnigm or February.
The United States frigate Wabaih is at
Naples.
The Paris correspondent of the London Neat
savs that the recent meeting of the Emperor
of Kussia ana rrince negent ot Prussia, is the
subject of great anxiety at Paris, the general
impression there is that tbey agreed not to
oppose the annexation of Central Italy to
Piedmont.
The Asia passed the steamship Africa on the
3d inst.
The Asia's mailt for the South left this
evening.
Details for Foreign News per Hungarian.
Pobtland, November 13. The steamship
Hungarian, from Liverpool, with dates to the
2d lust.' arrived here this forenoon. The fol
lowing is a summary of hor newB in addition
to that furnished by telegraph from St. Johns,
New Foundland:
The steamer Tcutania arrived out on the 29th
ult. The steamer Vigo, of the Philadelphia
and Liverpool Steamship line, is to sail on tho
20th of Deoember for Philadelphia.
It is stated that the divers after the exam
ination of the wreck of the Royal Charter re
ported so unsai tefactorily as to the recovery of
the gold, that the underwriters hare demanded
forty per cent, insurance. Fears are enter
tained that the bullion room will not be found
intact; a few additional bodies have been re
covered, j
The steamer Great Emtcrn was expected to
leave Holyhead for Southampton on the 2d
instant. It ia asserted that she goes to Liver
pool in the spring, and that Mr. Soott Rus
sell's services as engineer have been disponed ,
wun.
The conservatives of Liverpool have eiven
a grand banquet to Lord Derby and the prin
ciple members of the last administration.
London, Wednesday, Iovembor 2. The
7im'i city article savs that the intelligence
of a friendly understanding between Russia
aud Prussia seems calculated to have fuvora
ble influence in prices, from being- likely to
interpose a partial check against new Euro
pean wars. Among the few speculators as
sembled, the nominal quotation for Consols
was 96J. Thedemand for Money woe active.
The London Ntics says immediate supply of
money is scanty, and the impression that it
wm yet oecorae somewnat dearor tliis year.
St. Petersburg letters say that the rato of dis
count has rinen to eight per cent, and there
is much commercial disturbance, particularly
among the manufacturing interest. The
London Timet, in an article urging the dis
patch of the Chinose Expedition, nays that if
the private American letters from Ch ina speak
the truth, Mr. Ward with a studied intent to
ridicule him was drawn to Pokin by a inulo
and donkey tandom fashion, nnd if his rati
fied treaty is found destitute of tho only usc
tul stipulation the draft contained, that is to
say, the regulations for trade and tariff, then
we conceive the Americans may by this time
hsve concluded that their humility has not
answered.
Later from California—Arrival of the
Overland Mail.
St. Lows, November 13. Tha Overland
Mail, with California dates to the 21at ult.,
arrived here this evening. Almst the en
tire business portion of the town of Coultor
ville was destroyed by fire on the 20th ult.
The Sacramento 5afiiri states that Governor
Wellerhas decided to appoint a U. S. Sonntor
to fill the vacancy caused by the death of
Broderlck. Business dull at San Francisco.
River News.
Louisvillk, November 13 P. M. River
rising; rose thirteen inches la the last twenty
four hours. Now three feet nine inches in
canal; six feet on Portland bar.
Marine.
Nw ToBi, November IS. The steamship
4ivr. oior, wmia iai t oan iranoisoo on ZUtn
of October, had not reached Panama on the
4th Inst
Marine. [...] REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
-John Shillito v.. James
avo.i. fiM
iwq a petition Tor partition
Fallen and otnorc
tilil oi!i-r relief under U . hen ts. H. Q. Anibiirgh,
liverd tlieopluiuu. tao.
I 1 M . ,..1 1 li 11 1 anfl Ot,
. . "H" AWHi.lv .IIUDUWM1
jniaui ... .. -
eiujuu in error, j be
'ise remanded for fur-
the opinion in this ceo
judouieut nu reterwo, au.
Uler and Llttiken.
hairlni,
Killbrriilli and TeCwjim M. .
rininion i,v .IikIl'.i Stored l"n8
ine jn.igment.
'life Mpeucur ie-
niMn t
ltotwrt KflHuii v. Jos- Kortl.
llvered an opinion, aOlrmlng the Judj
lo dellrered
dgroent.
Seuiervs. tfanmel. JUu.K P'1
Seiner v. Bamnei. .""'k . 1'',rhi hi.
an
opinion in una case, r
COMMON PLEAS.
1LO ' -
roreed to the openioe argument.
The State r. Eawara r enu j.
Monday In eo.
U
tiivk of lllnerw. ' , . ... u.fnrt JudO
Mll in anil a jury, cfinred with buniian ' "
rn tiiiriciMij -
;, 1. . ,,, jiimiaass iua iu vtnoittr
inti.ni wi. t.iwM -
reuianded to jail.
"
Mr. Slai.iilniifor defense. .. ..-. ,h I
hateMCorriulMiieaoii behalf Mar 3P
?onfm'ttort from the Police I5mt. f r aidln b
Spoof her hmtmndfrom jail, Ji Bf.S'"'?,? h,
Hvewd an opinion emtaimaa the it "J'C'S,
Vw"nl(lljetop'nthed(oroft kc Jtl 10 all t jow
ITt
PROBATE COURT.
The investigation nndei ho asslgnr int law
,.ma. in the ease of 1 Ree. Bona & Co., vs.
Mi"n..r.lrl1""'. t coneid.rahle l.noM.
by Mr. Tliompaou. 'ihe tool ta 01 me arm wore pro
aTfrtUeUr'Uring was U 'd over until Mondar
UI1VII1 nir HIB Mi. W . " '
Laura, mulatto woman, and hi ,r. ";"
dren, all of fir, dolioate com plea ?". ' Pro
nertr of Mr. J. Curuli", Of Wood. rru County, IUf.,
HOME INTEREST.
w- A. A. Byster, Clocks, Watchej and
, lio: m and m Western-row.
Jewelry,.
p-. vating and llepairing of Mer.'a
S Daguerrean eouth-west eor-
nefot Blxtb and Veaternw. .W
drug store. Pictures taken anj ln 0C1
for twenty cents. Warrantod to pl-,(
pir Friel k MoGuire, Mercham Tailon,
So. 2i6 Walnut-street, have a atock or su V"1 w ln"
tor Clothing. If you want something to
warm iu winter, drop in and get moaenred fa
their eicellent Overcoata. v
Strangers and oltiien! requiring fc 'lftl
and proBOUtn, or
Traveling Cases,
SrosalDg Chbj,
TraTollnglSaga,
Bich Dress Hatr-plni,
l'.ich and Beautiful Fans,
Shell Oombi,
Ete'gant Tocket Knives,
Carved Pearl Card-cases,
Carved Pearl Porte-monnalei,
Keedle Books and Cases,
Pnrniihed Portfolios,
steel Bracelets, Buckles anr SlideB,
(tareoieopes and Vie' 1
Ladies' Bag. and iorte-monnals) -Ladies'
Work-bO"1'
Opera-fcietlt
Bloh and Elegant Garters,
Beautiful Cabas,
Beautiful Fans, .'
Ladles' Dressing Case,
Ladies' Writing Deskt,
Purses, Scissors, Baiors, Shawl Pins, Brooches,
Bracelets, Perfumery, Kongo, Parisian Pearl Drops,
Toilet Powder, Hnlr Dye, Hair Oils, Brushes, Combs,
Fine Soaps, Ac, should visit
JOHN D. PARK'S Bazaar of Taney,
N. X. corner of Fourth and Walnut-streets.
nol4-dwMW
MARRIED.
EDWARDS FAULKNER. On Thnrsdar evening-,
tho leth Inst., by IUv. L. 8. friend, at the real
deuce of Tt. A. Ballard. Km., of Fulton, Mr. laaao
N . kdvrarda to Miss A ngolina Faulkner, all of Fulton.
DE CAMP-VOORBEBS.-In Beading, on the
nlht of i he inth inst., by the Rev. Tbos. D. Crowe,
Mr. Caleb O. Do ' amp, of Cincinnati, to Jlllss Julia
K, Voorbees, of Beading.
ANDERSON-F.WINO.-On the 8th tnt Lieut.
O. B. Anderson, U. S. A., to Miss Mildred B., daugh
ter of U. K Ewinit, of Louisville.
DfBER BRTJMFIKLD In Connersville, Ind ,
on the 9'h int., by Rev. B. F Morris, at the resi
dence of the bride's grnuil'atlier, Col. D. Hankin.,
Miria Anian'la II. Brum Held and Charles B. Quber,
of Williamsburg, Cleimont County, Ohio.
I
DIED.
VANDEVF.B.-On Wednesday, th Inst., of scarlet
fever, Livelia Ann Yandever, only dtuahterof Em
met aud MHrtha J, Vuridover, agod ten years, ten
mouths and twonty-six dnys.
HABPER.-ln Madlsnn. 1ml., Nov. 0, 1859, after a
very .hurt llliiem, Mrs. Elir.abeth Jan ft Harper, wlf.
ot ,1. b. 0. H'. Harpor, of ihat city, aged tw.nty-nia.
years and tweuty-oight dan.
STITEs). At Columbia, Nov. 11, of consumption,
fltnriah, daugliter of Margaret and Nathaniel W,
Stile.
Kmioral tills dny, Nov. 14, at I o'clock P. M., from
tho M. E. Church. All friends are iuvlted.
BICRLEf". Tu Newport, Ky., on the 11th Inst.,
Mm. E. J. Bickley, wife of H. T. Blckley.
HITCHELL. On thn 12th Inntnnt. of COTisumt)-
tlnn, t-anih Aun Mltrhell, wife of the lata J. C.
Mitchell, in thu fortieth year of her age,
COI.TilN.-On Fridav. 11th Inst.. at 4 o'clock P-
M., Sirs. Elhubeth U. Colton, agrd twenty-three.
SMITH -On the inh lust., after a severe Illness.
Oliver SI. Smith, in his thirty -second year.
TtmnKWOlI).-On Fridav. the 11th Inst.. of icar-
let leer, Willinm Noel, only on of Jotiu and hlit
abctli Moorwooil, aged four yeara and seven months.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Fills.
Purely Vegetable and Pleasant to Use.
MTAdmitUd to bo the Best Family Fill ln use.
Proparod onlj by
GEO: M. DIXON, Druggist,
au29-cm Cornor of Fifth and Main-atreett.
noes
and
SPECIAL NOTICES.
DYSPEPSIA AND COSTIVE-
many yeara I have suffered from dyapop!, joined to
au "bMlimte oinetlpatlon of the lioweli. In the
same time I have been obliged every few day. to take
aouie active pnrire. I fonnd ro jierroanont relief un
til, within a few months, I began using Peruvian
Kravp. I Dud the costipation cured; my digestion
liiiK so much improved that my Hesh lias lncrened
ei;vor.il pouniU, and a rheumatic infection anil weuk
uon.1 my lower limbs, wlijch troubled me very
lnuchnnw entirely gone. I am juadei the-e
beneficial effects have resulted from the u'e of reru
viun Sy run, CI1 E.ST tit p. HAttf),
UolUiwt Vi Culuuibia-atroot.
(VS-PERUVIANSYKtlPISA NEW
Tr e.Vmleal discovory In mediefnej it gives
heiinuful blood; thus striking at the root of alldis
ae. t or sain by all Drtiggl.ts. nollawt
ftg PALMER'S LIQUID BLANC
ESS'' IE PEAULE-Iafiut superseding the nse
ot p.,wders for the faiw, as, In addition to all fho de.
slmble pionertlea of tho liuest powder, it pomonaes
that or ullayinff all inflammation, removes I nu, aun
burn and freckles, nnd when properly applied, its ef.
fecta cun not be dintlniriiished frnm thiiHuof Ulture's
own bnantifler. It isupplieil wltliasoftspongo.rnb.
bliig I he lace gently with 11 piuce of soft tfanuol after
it has liocouie dry. Price Ml cents.
I'U.NIEIt'H RAMI OP ROSE'il.-Ts a pre.
natation that vlll bo duly appreciated by all ti.atde.
sire to rosloro by art the bloom of youth Ita appll
onllon is quite eay, lis efTocts periectly natural, and
its tiso la entirely harmless. It is applied with a
moistened cloth. Prico 25 cents.
n,rr'V!,'l,i?!f,'?,'EKI.!BT',5 EXTRACT OF
COfjiJONB WATER. The awnet and lasting fra
grimco of this ankle has beeu the aubject of general
adiairatlon for the pait ten years. It closely re
aniriblM the eelebrnted Farina Cologne in fragrance,
while many persons prefer it to this wiirlil ronowued
article. It l preparedlrom niaterinliof thegreateat
purity, with all tho skill that aclene. can affoid, and
ts destined to siiporsede lnoat article, of a similar
chrotr. It Is elegantly put np In fancy Toilet Bot
Jim "I various alies; alw, In ijnart and pint packing
bottles, to roplunish those of a more nostly chariwter.
, BOL UN I'ALMEK, Agent,
Mannfoctnrir and Importer of Perfumery, No. at
West Fourth-street, io2
Phrenological and Physiognomical
EXAMINATIONS, ,
fVtWITII CHARTS AND I)E-
Wi7,, 8CB1PTION8 of Character, indicating the
Occupation or Profession in life In whioh each per
son may best succeed and be most nieful and happy,
by Dr. O. lHIAH!iA, No. 104 Fourth-eueet. - , ,
... UottetJ . . , ,,.
cure
r
with
tlon
and
sale
by
end
,
SPECIAL . ..-I
v"Ol
Mol-purinercv' 'OiStatce, to be the mot effectual
tu Bering, and ' ".and to hanreliered mora
any prorjratlo ted ihorn permanent cure, than
B.UUb enm, '".the profe.lon. Scrofula,
nu UcUM.RtrtH.tci n.. . . '
toppln. f, puiUlTr tatti.wta. tbMti rj
HEP irvmv rr
"'mv' - ;-w
t Ward- A n aorenteeQ
jnnw nrirw,'
. inicnst lurm ina
JQrH, ,0Kf g. fiTOB,Precld.nt.
l,"KISlt,Dn. , "2!L-
Ik "OVBBY l. MEDICAL Dig.
neni ptaysWv",j,,nd Jkuowledgod tr the moat em.
-
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ChaSt S. Weatherby,
No, 112 FIFTn-STHEET,
BETWEEN VINE AND KACK-STBEBTS,
Invites the attention of the
Trading Public to the new
and desirable styles of
DRESS FABRICS,
Which he is now almost daily
receiving, believing that
the quality of the Goods,
BEAUTY OF STYLES
-AND-
CHEAPNESS OF PRICE
Will secure the patronage of
svery economical buyer.
MT HECENT PURCHASES OF
FANCY & BLACK SMS,
SHAWLS,
MERINOES
-AUD-
DRES GOODS
Have been very Tiirge.ancl as
the Gooda were purolifeised
Mnch Below their Real Value,
am therefore enabled to of
fer to my customers
BARGAINS
FROM AUCTION SALES
AS THEY OCODB IN
EASTERN CITIES.
mm l WEATEBRBY;
No. 113 Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND EACE-STREEIS.
LnoHJ
Glycamyl of Roses.
THIS BEAUTIFUL AND EFFICIENT
preparation may be relied upon for its cromot-
in curlne, and Its certainty ia preventing,
Uhnps of the Hands, Face, &o., removing all rough
ness of the skin, and preserving tt in a soft, .mouth
healthy condition. Persona who hafe uaed It
consider it an invaluable addition to the toilet.
Prepared and for sal by
BD1BK, ECKSTEIN A 00.,CniHrIsts,
noll-e Opposite the PoslofBea.
Pearl Sago.
fprL OASjS peakl sago.
MdtM Baceivod and for sale by
HOIBE, EUKSTKIN A CO.,
BOH-B Oppnslte the Pnatofflee.
Iceland Moss Paste.
THIS DELICIOUS PASTE IS HIGHLY
rocommended as a valuable assistant la the
of doughs and Colds, For .ale by
8UIEE, EOKBTKIN AGO.,
no)4-c Opposite the Pottoffloe.
Wedgewood Mortars.
CASES WEDGEWOOD MORTARS, AS
3 SOte1 sizes. Becnlved anrl for sale by
duisjvi nunoiniii a ir.,
Opposite tli. PostofHce.
noH-o '
"Maysville Coai-OM Agency.
HAVING; MADE ARRANflEl'ENTS
fir a regular supply of the above Coal 011.
which is unquestionably the best article manufso.
tured, we aia prepared to furnish dealers at the
lowest market prlce.wlth usual discount.
HU1BH, EUKBTIOIH A CO..
nol4-o Opposite the Postomcs.
5 REWARD-STRAYED OR STOLEN
A Uow of n maddv mixed color, tolerably old.
horns turned in toward the face, lontr bag, short
teats, white spot in trie lace, ana many nnitiesin tne
neck. The above reward will be paid for any inform,
that will restore the cow to Mrs. DOJNNELLY,
Bixth-strcet, West of Culvert. noia-2t
WM. II. BALIWIJf, ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of the superior and Common Pleas
Courts. Bank Building, north wast coraeruf Slain
Third-street.. not
CitKAM CHEESE. JUST RECEIVED,
eight cask, very superior Cream Oheea. For
by A. McDOPAl.D A CO.,
014 M and Braneh Btore 219 West Fonrth-it.
BENT k CO.'S WATER-CRACKERS.
Juet received, 40 oana Heat A Co.'. oclebrated
Watsr-crackers. For sale by ,
a. Mcdonald a co.,
nol4 Branch store 2v Wiist Founli-st.
SPANISH OLIVES. JUST RECEIVED,
It dosea very superior Spanish Olives. For sale
a. McDonald a go..
nois winTin nrnnrn mure j.w i.hst. pnniiii.si.
EOAF SUGAR. LOVJiiKiNU'B CKLB
BRATRD Loaf Sngar. Alao, Lovsrlng's
Oriished, Powdered and Granulated Sugar., In .tore
for sale by JOHN FR1KJU80N, Grocery.
no 1 Corner Ninth and VWetrMtl.
1
One
zr!
III1W A I IV p.K I'lK IVT KinTrfflO
m mm books,
WEN AND POPULAR
aU BOOKS. From "Xha times." Prtco3o.
BRITISH FERNS' AND THEIR ALLIES.
Comprising the Frrna, (Hub Moatea, Pepperworis,
I Horse-tail.. By Thomaa Moor., F. L. B,F.
H. 8., 4o. Price 3o.
BRITISH TIMBER TREES : Their Rearing
and Snbserjuent Management,, in Moods. GtortS
and Plantations. Price ft 35.
BULWER'8 DRAMAS AND POEMS. The
Poetical and Dramatical Works nf ru va.-a
f rleeVl l,XUn 1" flTe rol,' lf NuUatr.
THU CAXTON8 : A Farally Picture. This it
the first volnme of neat and handsome uniform
edition of tha Standard English Novelist., to be
Issued monthly, J her will Include Bulwer. fi'Ia.
a u v, a.w A 1 tW.
KEW VOLUMES BULWER LIBRARIES.
YOUNG LADIES' BOOS: A Manual of XI.
itant Recrtatlsns, Sciences and Accomplishments.
Illustrated with 1 3O0 wooil-cuts. Prioe, clotti,
B9.,., W ,l".U ,..IU ,
PETRARCH o SUBNETS AND LIFE. - The
ponneis, Triumpnt ana other Poems of Petrarch.
PARIS AND ITS ENVIRONS: An IIlus-
iratea uanu-oooa. fries i as.
W A full supply of theas valuatila libraries kept
eonatantly on hand and sold at publishers' prices.
wr uruers lor jrorelgn Books forwarded weekly
" Deaorlptlvs and Price Catalogues furnished on
PPUVKHVU.
Robert Clarke &Co.
Importer!, Bookstllers and Stationers,
noH Ho. S WIST FOCBTH-STBMT,
SHAWLS! SHAWLS!
GREAT BARGAINS!
w
E HAVE THIS DAT REDUCED THE
price of our stock of low priced, medium and
elegant
SHAWLS
Below tie Cost of Importation.
Gloaksl Cloaks!
IN CLOTH, VELVET AND SILK,
At Prices from $6 I'pwnTd.
MISSES BAHID,
flfo. 118 West Fourth-st.,
nolSawf
BBTWKKS VIKB AND RACE.
NEW
JJI
81 Fourth-ilreet,
CINCINNATI, O.
AUCTI01VBER ,
PEDDLERS
Dealers in Jewclrf
Ars rtrjuHbld te eall and examine this tares assort
ment of t'.
NEW IP FRESIT GOODS,
Just rocelvei from the Eastern Market, and
Bought Exclusively for Cash, j
I am prepared to off.r bottor ladaoements to
OeSislx Buyers
Than any other Biss wsst of Kew Tork City,
WiU B. CLAPP.I
isoSbweod
PUEE AIR!
New Mode of Ventilation!
Call and Se One of
SAWJTER & CO'S
. : PATENT
Healiug and Ventilating Furnaces,
In operstlon at
CHAMBERLAIN k CO.'S
-
Store Wsre-Moms, N01. 51 tod 53 Vine-it,
( .. (Below Columbia.)
Sawyer & Co.
a.NrOJ3COH
Coal Cooking Stove,
AWARDED THE 8ILVKB AfEDAIi
AT THK
BTATE FAIK.
Held at Zaneevllle, OoCober, 1S5B.
MANUFACTURED BY
CIIAMBBRLAIN & CO.,
SAMPLE AND BALE-ROOMS, . . .
Wo. 51 and 53 Vine-ntv
; (Seoond door Below Colombia,) ,; '
CINCINNATI. OHIO.
D. DI FOREST,
Riuilr Itlnilnr and Paner Snlar.
hlrd story Times Building, will do all work In hi
with neatness and dispatch. jyas-1 jfc
A
and
for
to
Of
324
Goal
f 1
of
TW-BW
be
M.
lie.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
v 'REMITTANCES ' '
TO BNOLAfW, ' ; . . f
IRELAND,
.SCOTLAND
" We latae eight Bills on
6P00NER, ATT WOOD k CO., LondohC
ROYAL BANK OF IRELAND;
NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND,
In .tun. of 1 nd upwards.
W Exchange on Franc and Oermany.
JAMES F. MELINE & CO..
oo2StdcI ' " No. IT Weat Thlrd-atret.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Opening of the Eastern Route
—via—
"DELEWARE CUT-OFF,"
SHORTEST LINE TO CLEVELAND.
rN MONDAY, THE 14TH INST., THH
ZZ flnclitiiasl. Ilnmilton and Ilnylon. In
connection .with the t!rv-land, solumbu and
I luclnnati Unllroncl Compuny. opens its New
: "ll?.".!! J'ouU 10 " Bieru poluu via Clev.land
and Pittsburg:. ..
iJn't w"i' '1? Cinf,n"" t. 10 A. m.l throush
to tlevelautl without chauca of cam, and III 10 1'.
M. paaiengeni change cars at Crestline.
Passengers returning from thu Kuat make direct
and close connectiona, loth at Cleveland and Pitta
bur?, br all trains.
i-TUSr.ry111?? '' Ippeura of Freight from the
last la called 10 this line Lowest price and
eiilckent time cnuruntsed. Msrk "Via Dal"
awareCnt-olI." J). McLABKN,
nol2 ' Bnperlutend.nt.
RICH FURS,
OI" THE LATEST STYLES.
TtTANTJFACTTJRED FROM CHOIOB
khau wsjuauitw IU(IV aUHldtQMODi
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
J.C TOWERS & CO.
HATTBR8 AND FCKBIRBfl,
. NO. 140 MAIN-STREET, "
Poll One door below Fonrth.
C L O A K S!
Cloaks! Cloaks!
0NEQUALED IN STYLE,
ONEQUALED IN QUALITY,
UNEQUAIED IN CHEAPNESS.
TBI
X)jEW DEOP,
-AT- '
IO Dollar
IS Dollars,
15 Doll.ir4,
18 Dollar.,
20 Dollar,, -
23 DoHai'V
iS lol!ar
0 Dollar j,
25 Dollar!
-THE
LA VENICE,
At All the Above Frleea.
MILAN WRAPPER,
At AH the Above Prices.
033ei.xroxr,
At All the Above Prleet
A IHI
Pioneer Cloak Bazaar
GEORGE LEWIS.
DIRECTLY- .
Opposite the Postolllce.
ooSl-am'p
OAK IlAEiIi
CLOTHING DEPOT
BAHWISE & KING ,
IVo. 150 main-street,
THREE DOORS ABOVE FOURTH,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
LARGE i ASSORTMENT OF FINE
Koady-tnado Clothing , cut In the latest style,
of the best material and workmanship, expressly
the Retail Trade.
dloilia, Caaalmeres), Vestlnvi and Over
coallnaj. of eiery variety, fur Uustvin Trade, made
order in the lateit stylo.
Mruentieiiitn a ruruisnin I UoorJi. nolobwf
oaoixrNrE3Ts,
ItIIlIJOI,
FLOEE Ss
Feathers and , Winter Millinery,
every description, which I am selling at a small
advanoe on New York prices, wholesale and retail.
J. WEBB, Jr.,
not 1' 1S4 Fifth-street, bet, Haw ana Elm.
Patent Sign Depot,
No. 210 Western-row,
WHHERE THOSE BEAUTIFUL OAST
Iron Block Letters are mannfiotnred.
or-All work Warranted to give satisfaction.
Address nollbwl - w. WARD.
JUST RECEIVED AT ii. &.
Tench's Bouse Furnishing Stores, Nos. JJI and
Wtatern-row, a fine assortment of Coal Tasta.
Hods: Steel Fire fe's at frleea ranaiug from
SS to $10; Japannod Waiters; Fine Table Catlary;
Silvor Plated Ware, together with the nsnal varl.tr
fancy goods. A liberal discount to persons furu.
lahing catalognee on application. nolMf
c;ium) sTOi:s
IOR MACHINISTS AND OTHERS ti "
ameter. For sale by OKU. L. JOIINHTOM,
Wet Front-street.
BUCKWHEAT, ANO'1'HER LOT?
Of Choice Pflnnsvlviknls RimttwhAst that Mn't
beat. Just received and for sale by
JOHN fkhuubun, orocar,
Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
TIISUl FISH1 Jf Ibill I HAVE ALWAYS
on hand a annolv of nlckVul and amoksd Flsb.
comprising Salmon, Mackerel, Herrings, Halibut,
- JOHN FHHOUHON, Qrocr,
nno - ijonier muni ana nn. -streets.
LANE V BODLCY,
' MAirrrl'-UTOMBS OF
Wood-Working . Machinery,
' AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
rnr lohsuata Watar! (a,, CIlaBatl,0.

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