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THE PRESS,
AKDY W. rBASCISOO. JOHN D. OAU) vTXLL
ntrou and raenrsroas.
of rioi, 14 tot Kim-mnr.
WEDNESDAY.
..NOTKMBKE If
Industrial School—Children's Aid Society.
elety.
We misetUd la ths Pmnt Piua on the
4th inst the) necessity of malting more to
establish in this city Q Industrial School.
The first moro hu now been mads. A num
ber of our bonerolont cititens afsiled them
selyosof too presenoe) in our city of Mr. B.
WiTiiTOJf, Superintendent of the Cleveland
Industrial School, to talk the matter oyer and
inquire what ahould be done. The meeting;
at whioh Mr. A M. TiTtoa presided, took
plaoe on Monday afternoon, in the rooms of
Y. M. C. Union. We obsemd among those)
present Ken. H. M. Storm, Kmqsto Sod
bd, Hixit Tat, of lane Seminary, Samou.
D. Olattow, of Cincinnati Bethol; also,CBABLU
Rkmilis, IL Tbajts Millis, A. E. CHisi
us, Jobs W. Shiflit,B. Fiaklarv, 8. P.
Bboabwili, S. P. BiBsor, Dr. Datid Judkiks,
H. SuirLBT, Qbo. F. Datu and others.
Mr. Wambtowh answered questions, and Im
parted Information as to the working of the
Cleveland sehoola. Children too poorly clad
for ordinary sohooli and too degraded to obey
their rules, young beggar, the destitute and
abandonod, are sought out and induced to visit
this Industrial Sohool, whioh has been fur
nished by the City Council. When first ad
mitted, girls aro put to sewing the boys
aiding in maaufaoture of brushes. ',.'Saeh
are given dally a eent ticket, some as high as
fiveoents, in proportion to their good beharlor
or skill in work. Each Friday these are taksn
up and eiohanged, and erery few weeks the
fall amount earned is applied to procuring
them suitable clothing. They have thns a
spur a genuine stimulus to exertion: they feel
as if their clothes are earned, not giren. Six
hours are alternately' giren to lnstruetloa in
letters and in mechanical work. ' They are fur
nished with a dinner of soup, of broadband of
oheese. Plaoes are seoured for tbem when
thoy are deemed deserving of them, and hut
few prove faithless.
The City Council furnishes sohoolhouss,
teachers, fires and furniture; the cltisens
donate liberally to support the Superintendent,
and to meet other expenses. - :i
The second year report has been printed,
showing 250 registered, but the highest ever
la attendance at one time was 225. Forty
inren of the number having learned habits of
labor and subjeotion, have been seoured plaoes
in families, as servants, or by adoption In good
families. A Children'! Aid Soolety, of ladies
and gentlemen, to raise fundi and support the
Industrial Sohool, Is a part of the plan.
The preliminary meeting of Monday re
tulted In the appointment of a committee, vis:
A. M. Tavlob, Cbablbs Rmmbuk, William
Lkuthstroii, Bev. Saxl. D. Clayton, Hbkbt
Tbari Millib and 8. P. Bioadwill, who are
to report next Monday afternoon at three
o'clock. If yon wish to enjoy your Thanks
giving dinner, take part in this new movement'
looking toward making the destitute com
fortable and mischievous children useful.
The Point of Order.
Thirty out of the thirty-Jour membori at
tended in Council Monday night, and after
three hours business adjourned, making the
resolution to permit railroad oonneotion by
Front-street, between the depots on that street,
tbe special order for to-night A question had
been raised, does the nondelivery of a notice to
one member of a oalled meeting make the
meeting illegal? President Foolbbto! decided
that it did; the City Solicitor gave his legal
opinion that it did not. In this nnsatlsfaotory
condition Council adjourned. The Clerk has
made up his minutes on a separate sheet, and
has not placed the proceedings on the record
book. Now, if Council agrees that Monday
night's meeting is illegal, no record thereof
can be allowed on the mtnutes no dollar a
night can be allowed members attending, and
tbe speoial order is not in order.
"One Way."
Bev. Jon Q. Fib, of Kentuoky, an anti
slavery speaker, in a recent address to New
Yorkers, at Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, said
of Bbowk: "He did not think Bbowr'i great
courage had been properly directed; and
thought the more effectual way would be to go
to the masters and oonrinoe them by means of
the gospel that slavery is a sin." , ' 1 ', '
Hebbt Wabd Bischib said of the slave
owners: "There was one way to upset them.
The North had no right to go to the slave
holders and take them by tbe throat and call
them names; but they bad a right to throw the
gospel at them, and touch their hearts In that
way.". ; ."j.-
Edward Bates, of Missouri.
Another Missouri Compromise, seme think;
will take plaoe, by making Mr. Bams, of St.
Louis, a candidate for the Presidency. ' If
Governor Wiss should be a candidate on the
other side, the contest would be one of letters
long addresses.' If he of Aooomaok can
compete in that line with the orator of the
Railroad Festival, held some years ago at the
fair-grounds, SU Louis, the race will be nip
and tuok. The campaign would be closed be
fore the speaking had been eonoluded.
A Chance for Brown.
Gov. Wzsi, no doubt, would be glad to have
something to Intervene between Ossawatomii
and the gallows. How would it do to send
him to Brownsville, Texas, to fight Cobtiitab?
If hois not forwarded with dispatch, however,
that other insurgent and filibuster, Oen.
Wings, will get to Texas first Bbqwb has
the weapons of war ready. Baows against
CobtisabI Baowv against Waliib.
Portentous.
An arrest at Hasoi and Dixon's line will
no doubt be made of the extraordinary celestial
phenomenon, reported by telegraph, to have
passed New York at ten o'eloek yesterday
bearing South. Frightened people aboat Har
per's Ferry will conclude that thi meteor win
whisk off Osiawatomle.
Unanimity.
A political committee meeting of the New
York "Hards" Is spoken of in the telegraph
column. Its action was haraBOnloasly unan
imous. .One Hard man was present, and he
adjourned.
BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.
Particulars of Loss of the Royal
Charter—Four Hundred and Fifty
Persons Drowned.
' The melancholy intelligence of the loss of
the steamer Royal Charter has already been
announced, but by last night's mail we obtain
particulars of the terrible catrastropha by
whioh four hundred and fifty souls perished at
eai .... . ..... .. . .
The .Royal Ckarttr was well known as one of
Mossrs. uibss, Bright A Oo.'s fleet of Australian
suppers, ana lamed for the regularity and
speed of her voyages to Australia. . --
The lamentable event ooourred during the
gale on the morning of Wednesday the 26th,
in Bed Wharf Bay, which Is situated about
three miles to the westward of Puffin Island,
lionet Straits, and six or seven to the north
west of Beaumaris, on tbe ooast of Wales,
some four hour's sail from Liverpool.
From our foreign files we obtain a detailed
report of thswreek: ' '
After a splendid passage from Melbourne,
accomplished in about fifty-six days, and
having landed seventeen passengers atQneens
town, and telegraphed her safe arrival to the
owners, she made for Liverpool on Tuesday
last. At half-past four P. M. she passed
Holyhead, when a strong breete from the .
N. E. sprang np.
At forty-fire minutes cast seven she passed the
Skerries, and the wind began to veer more to
the north, and to Increase in strength. At 10
o'oiook, being near high water, and the atmos
phere Uuolc,wun rain, too wind blew a Hurri
cane from N. E., and the vessel was put under
all steam and left with bare poles, steering 8.
E. by E. a quarter E. Finding that the ship
had got near tbe shore, an effort was made to
put her about, but the gale was so furious that
the small strength at the screw, oompared with
the aise of the sbip and the hight of her masts
and upper gear, was of little avail, and they
oould not get her round.. Capt Taylor came
on deok about 9 o'oloek, and a lead was kept
constantly going ; finding that they were near
ing and nearlng the shore, the port anchor was
let go, in It fathoms, with about 75 fathoms
of chain paid out. They next let go the star
board anchor, the wind still blowing a perfect
hurricane and the weather so thick and dark
that nothing oould be seen. Before this rock
ets, and gun-firing, and blue lights bad been
sent up in the hope of attracting a pilot, but
all in vain, not a living thing was to be seen.
At 2 o'clock on Wedneaday morning she parted
her anoher chain, and the stream anchor was
got over the bow.
The ship having now got entangled with the
land, and struck stern on, the mainmast was
cut away at half past two o'oiook, and In going
over the side it carried away tbe mlien top
along with it. with a fearful crash. It is said
that the ax for the purpose was not readily
found in the exoitement, but that one was not
neoeuary, for on cutting the stays, so strong
was the gale, that it toppled over at onoe. At
SAi A. M., they out away the foremast, but
the remedy was too late. Still she kept beat
ing on the rooks, and, heeling at the stern,
she swung with her broadside to the land.
About daylight, six o'clock, a Portuguese tea
man, named Joseph Bodgerson, tied a cord
round his waist and jumped overboard. The
land was not more than tea yards away; but
the sea was so tremendously high that every
wave beat over the ship like a oataraet, and
rendered every attempt at safety dangerous.
The seaman, however, got a firm footing,
and by means of the oord a hawser was got
ashore and fastened to tbe rooks. On this a
boatswain's chair was fixed, which could be
hauled to and from the ship by men at each
end. A few of the islanders oame promptly to
render assistance, and in the ohair about a
dozen seamen were hauled ashore. When day
light was dawning, this process, it was sup
posed, would be sufficient to land all tbe pas
sengersor at least to land them until day
light revealed some better opportunity. About
seven o'clock, the waves beating against her
broadside with continued violenoe, she sud
denly snapped asunder amidships, and tumbled
la pieces like a house of cards. All tbe pas
sengers had kept below, ohiefly in the saloons,
aa they had been repeatedly assured by some
of the more aotive parties, and by Capt. Taylor
and his officers, that there was no immediate
danger. The falling machinery and lumber
seemed to bury 400 of the wretched people. ,
It is believed that large numbers were ac
tually killed by the crashing debris, but soon
afterward the whole ship was broken up
like a shattered bottle. The aoanes on board
during the laat hour were painful beyond de
scription. Wives and husbands, child ren and
parents, lovers and friends, were embracing
each other with the consciousness that they
were about to meet inevitable death. The
Rev. Mr. Hodge, a clergyman from Now
Zealand, before this had commenced a prayor
meeting in the saloon, which was earnestly
participated in by all until the crash and
ruin and the flooding of water rendered a
panic universal. About twenty-six persona
managed to 'get ashore, but it was more
through Providence than dosign or ability,
for they were all washed on the shelving
rocks, and as narrowly escaped being washed
back.
Indeed , many were washed on and off sev
eral times, and many who thought they had
secured land, or hold fast by a jutting rock,
were hurled back again to a watery crave.
On the vessel breaking open, numbers of peo
ple were to be seen floating about for a few
minutes, but what with the strength of the
waves, the masses of debris which thickly
covered the sea, and struck many a brave
and struggling man's brains out, few were
able to gain a firm hold of land. " At eight
o'clock in the morning nothing but the wreck
scattered about, and corpses left on the strand
revealed the terrible catastrophe that had
Delation nearly ove nundrea Human- beings,
a few hours before glowing with joy at once
again sighting the shores of Old England, for
wnion they nad toned and saved, and aati;
fied that now tbe voyage in whioh tbev had
almost circumnavigated the globe was safely
ended, for thoy were in the bosom of tboir
country.
. The Royal Charter was an auxiliary screw
clipper, built of iron, in 1855, and of 2,740
tuns register, iter engines were made by
Messrs. Penn, of Greenwich, and were about
300 horse-power,. She was originally built as
a sailing 1 vessel, by Mr. Henry Cram ot
Queensferry, Cheshire, under specifications,
for Mr. Jonathan Grindrod of Liverpool.
Before her completion, however, she was pur
chased by Messrs. Gibbs, Bright A Co., and,
under the inspection of Mr. Patterson, of Bris
tol, transformed into a steam-vessel. Her
length was tbree hundred and tirenty feet,
and breadth of beam forty -one feet six inches.
The first attempt to lanch her was made on
the 31st of July, 1855, which pro vine unsuc
cessful, she was not actually lanched until
the 30th of August following.
With regard to her strength there existed
Considerable difference of opinion among nauti
cal men; and on bar last homeward voyage she
Is believed to have been oonsiderably strained.
The Royal Ckarttr was valued at 120,000,
and was insured at Lloyd's, Liverpool and
Glasgow. The London Underwriters are said
to have aeoepted aboat 70,000 insurances
upon the vessel. She had on board 79,000
ounces of gold, whioh It is thought may be re
covered by divers, and nnder this Impression
insurances nave Deen enacted in a few cases at
35 ner cent, on salvage. The event bas
created the deepest sensation even In London.
As to the amount or cold on board It was
Impossible to ascertain. The estimates vary
from 000,000 to 800,000. It is said that
ens of tbe saloon passengers, who Is lost, hsd
himself 10,000 on board.
i TaSSai
A GuoowiOiNO Statkhmt Pbovsd to nr.
Uiitbob. The statement of the St. Louis Re
publican, that two thousand four hundred and
fifty buildings have been ereoted duiiog the
present year, and that the money expended on
their construction amounts to the sum ol $7,
173,165, is shown by tbe UUmui Democrat to
be entirely untrue, the figures named being
grossly exaggerated both as to number and
value. "''- n i
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Meteor.
j New Yobk,
very brilliant meteor passed over the oity be
tween and 10 o'oiook this morning in a di
rection from North to South. The apparent
else of the nucleus was one fool in diameter
the length of tbe tail twenty twenty feet; the
shape being a cone, tapering to a one porai,
and color that of a bright yellow fire. It was
seen from various points in ths city, the sun at
tht time shining tnrougn a oiouaiess say.
From Mexico.
Citr or Mbxioo, November .It is stated
that Gen Marauese boldlv avows the selsure
of the oonduota and says that it was done for
patriotio purposes. He is sxpeotea to arrive
at the capital and will probably assnme the
Presidency, being the Church favorite.
From Buffalo.
to, November IS. A portion of
ruins of the grain elevator, which was burnt
last week, fell this afternoon, burying ten or
twelve laborers who were engaged In oleariog
the ground. Two of the unfortunate men were
killod and four Injured.
Immense Political Meeting.
Hard Central Committee was called for to-day,
but only one member was presen t. He adjourned
without taking aotlon on tbe eleotion of
Charleston Delegates. , :
River News.
Louis vats, November 16 P.' M. River
falling, with four feet two inches in the Canal.
' l'ltTSBCEO, .November is v. m. ltiver ana
weather nnohanged since noon.
1 ' i'
New York Election.
Albakv, November 15. The ournoCsfigures
give Leavenworth, the Bepnblioan oandidate
for Secretary of State, a majority of 1,200. The
Argut reduces this majority considerably.
HOME INTEREST.
J&F A. A. Eyster, Clooks, Watches and
Jewelry, Bos. 341 and 371 Western-row.
" JfS' Gas Stoves south-east corner of Wal
nut and Flfth-itreete. 1
Daguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hunaford's
drtur-store. Pictures taken and nt in good cases
for twenty cents. Warranted to please.
pS-The approach of cold weather de
mands clothes, and these again demand tailors; ant
while In this connection we would state that among
11 the fashionable merchant tailoring eatabliah
meats of this city, that of f rlel A Haguire, No. VA
Walnut-itreel, etands unexcelled. Their work Is
warranted, and their charges moderate.
J&f Strangers and citlsens requiring gifts
and presents, or i . ' ' '
Traveling Cases, "
Dressing Cases,
Trarellng Bags, i
Bich Drees Balr-plni, .
- Bich and Beautiful Tans,
Shell Combe,
Blegant Pocket Knives,
Oarved Pearl Card-eases, -1,
Carved Pearl Poite-monnaiee, ,
Needle Books and Oases, ,
Varnished Portfolios,
Steel Bracelets, Buckles and Slides,
Stereoeoopea And Views, .
Ladies' Bags and Porte-monnates,
Ladies' Work-boxes, .
' Opera-fclaatee,
Bleh and Ilegant Garters, .
Beautiful Cabas,
' Beautiful Tans, ;
Ladles' Dreeelog Oases,
'i,..- . ladies' Writing Desks,
Purses, Bcisaors, Baton, Shawl Pins, Brooches,
Bracelets, Perfumery, Bonge, Parisian Pearl Drops,
Toilet Powder, Hair Dye, rjalr Oils, Brushes, Combs,
Tine Soaps, 4c, ahould vieit
JOHN D. I'AEK'S Bazaar of Fancy,
N. E. corner of fourth and Walnut-streets.
nnW-dwMW
MARRIED.
TITTtK KOOOLK On the 10th Inst., in German,
town. O , sir. Jacob Tittle, of Bichmond, InJ., to
Mile Jennie, daughter of Jacob Kooale, E.
LONGDRN BUYER On the 10th Inst., Bev.Sam
nel Loogden, of the South-east Imllnra'kmfereoce,
to ilin Surah E. Uoyor, of Oharleetown, Ind.
DIED.
TOWIRS-On Noreuiber t, Mrs. Kmma 8. Tow.
era, of St. Charles County, Mo., late Mlia X. S.
Knowles, of Cincinnati a)
DONNKLLY Robert John, eldest eon of John
and Ann Donnelly, departed this life on Tneiday
morning at 9 o'cloik, Korember li.l&ia, aged 3 years,
9 months and 16 days.
OONN-In Louisville, HorenibeT IS, Hugh S. W.
Gunn, son of John C. Quon, M. I In the 31th year
of ills ago. i .
OI1AMCERLAIK In St. Louis, on the 2d In.. ,
Xddie T., eldest son of F. B. and Laura a. Chamber
lain, aged 6 yean and 7 months, lie waa burled at
WejtOeld, Medina County, Ohio.
VAN DUZEN-In Newport, Ky., of dropsy, on the
13th inat., Benjamin Van Dozen, aged J years and 10
months, only aon of B. O. and Ann M. Van Duten.
Bison's Sugar-coated Fills.
Purely Vegetable and Pleasant to Use.
SWAdmltted to be tbe Beat family Pill In use.
Prcparedonly by
Q0. M. DIXON, Drogglat,
ao29-cm
Corner of Fifth and Main-streets.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
TO THE OFFICERS AND
MEMBERS OT FlDRLr
1TILODOE. MO. 71. I. O. O. T.
You are requested to meei. at yonr Ball --e.ymriri
THIS (Wednesday) E VKNING, No. 'ft
ciui".-i in, n. , u biuv., iui m. uiii
pew of conferring the Degree of lletiecca. Brothers
ana nixers oi otuer jjocigee are rwpecttuuy Invited
to attend.
l-i y. u. UiMjTiih, ko.
HOME TESTIMONIAL
JACKSONTO AN, Licking OOnnty, Ohio.,
August in. 1M.-Dr. C. W. UiiaicK Dear Sir : This
may certify tbat my wife, dnring last summer, waa
afflicted with dyapapiia. She In tho spring last pro
cured some of your Scandinavian Kemedlca, and
ud thm Redirected, and they curnd ber entirely. .
P.....la.t U. . V... Tnn.lh....u. .. .1 .... J 'l
en In medicine through the couotry. nolea
M79DYSPEPSIA. AND COSTIVE
Wer NKSS.-CiNcimiATi, Octobtr 12, l59.-For
many yeara I have suffered from dynpopala, joined to
an obstinate constipation of the bowels. In the
same lime I have been obliged every few days to take
some notive purge. 1 found no permanent relief un
til, within a few months, I began using Pinnviax
Sthvp. I find the coatipation cured; my digestion
has so murli improved lhat my flesh has increased
several pouuds, and a rheumatic atrection and weak
ness my lower limbs, which troubled me very
much, now entirely gone. I am persuaded thete
beneficial effects have reunited from the une ef Ptru
vlitngyrnp. OUESTER P. HABD,
nollawt ' M OolumbUvstroet '
PERUVIAN SYRUP IS A NEW
chmlcl dfocovarr in mrwHrln! it 4u
heaitliful blood; tbiu utrikiojr ftt the root of all di
bp. joriuiB uyan jLruKHiHta, nnil&irt
I Phrenological and Physiognomical
EXAMINATIONS,
frWITII CHARTS AND DC
V&S 8CRI PTIONS of Character. Indian tn th.
Occupation or Profession in life in which esoh per.,
by Dr. 0. BHAKSA, Mo. 104 roorth-sireet.
i no3fmtl
OFFICE OF TBE P ASHEN.
OER RAILROAD '
OiMI'ANY OK CINOIN- ttt
ATI.S.W.enrirarof Third fS
and llaCA.itreeta. October-
IS. lBW.-Thle road is now open. Care will atart,
at Intervale of ten mlnntea, from 8:30 A. K. uu
til midnight, riinnlui eastward on Thlrd-atreet
U .l . "."'""""yo.eirees, ana wottwenl on
fM!!ih"f,Srt t0 m,,llfh nd 00 'iflh-atreet o
V'ood. Itiaene will please bear In mind that the
can will Invariably oruai intersecting streets before
stopping for pasanngers.
eclMf JAMM8 J. BOBBIMS, President.
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL niH.
COVEBV is acknowlndoeil h. ..-.. .
nent phralcians, and by the most careful drnrglats
thrnnghont the United States, to betbemoateffectual
bloud-puriflerever known, and to bare relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent cures, than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Salt Hheum, Eryaipelaa, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
of whatanever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor, full
and explicit directions for theenreof ulcerated sore
legs, and other corrupt and running ulcere, la given In
tliepamphlet with each bottle. For aale by JOHN D.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
THE GREATEST WONDER
Of Til AGS The only really efnoaolous
article ever dieoovered for the cure of eruptive die
eases of all kUide, an article tbat showe to every per
son that uses It or has used It, that it la the . v . '
.. ' KINO OF AM, BEMIDIXS. - V
So one double Its efflcacions qualities. A strange,
uncommon fact, not known in tbe history of any
other article.
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic Lotion
la the article referred to. from the slight prickly
heat, to tbe most virulent, nnsightly and dlatreasing
eruptive) diseases, lis curative properties are made
equally manifest. , ' --. '
Eruptions of ths face, Tetter, Biogworm, Bar
ber'e Itch, Scaly, Itching-, Irritating, or Pustulous
Xraptione of all kinds are cured by it
' The moa01atter1ngtestlmonali are pouring In from
all quarters, Its fame having spread over not only
the whole Woatera country, but tbe last also, V
Prloe SO cents, or six bottles for 13 M. '
Prepared only by BOLON PALMIB,, Agent,
nolt ' No. St Weet fourth-street.
REV. O. SMAEIUS, S. J.,-
Of BT. LOUIS TJNITIB8ITT, .
WILL DELIVER TWO LECTURES,
'. . ; oh
TUBSDAYt the 15th, and THURSDAY, the
; lTh of November,
At Smith & Nixon's Hall,
- f OB TH1 BKSKFIT Of
SAINT XAVIER'S NEW CHURCH.
Snhject-"SPIBITI8M." ' nolSo
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Opening of the Eastern Route
—via—
"DELEWARE CUT-OFF,"
SHORTEST LINE TO CLEVELAND.
ON MONDAY, THE 14TH INST.,
the dnnlanaf 1. Hnmiltonand Dnvton.
in connection with tbe Cleveland, t'olurauus and
OlnoinDati Hallrond Company, opens lta New
Passenger Bouto to all Eastern points via Cleveland
and Pittsburg. ' .
Trains will leave Cincinnati at 1 0 A . M. through
to Cleveland without oheng of cars, and lli'JO If.
91. passengers change cars at Crestline.
Passengers returning from the East make direct
and close oonnectlona, both at Cleveland and Pitta
burs:, by all trains. - . ' .
SWT The attention of shippers of freight from the
last is called to thie line. Laweat prices and
quicken! time guaranteed. Mark "Via Del.
aware Cat-off." , D. McLARKN.
nol2aw i Superintendent..
L a die s ' Fur si
OUR NEW STOCK OF FURS
Is now ready for exhibition. The assort
ment Is large. They are well-made, Bsxiabls goods,
and will be sold at Low Paicss.
WM,bODD&CO,
HATTERS AND FURRIERS,
No. 144 Main-street, Below Fourth.
, - loe32-BWSam ,;
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
SiDDLE, TRUNK AND HARNESS
MANUFACTORY,
103 Main-street, three doors above Third,
KEEP ON HAND AND MAKE TO CE
DE B all kinds of Horse Trappings, in the best
and most substantial manner. Also, a large assort
ment of Horse Blaikets, Whips, Carpet and Leather
Bags. Bridle Bits, Buffalo Robes, Valises (the real
sole-leather). Mail Trunks, Sponge, and a targe as
sortment belonging to this line. I will sell as low
as the loweat. .
D. S. CAERICZ.
non-ay
HARRISON & COLLINS'
CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, cor
ner of fifth and Western-row. Photographs,
Melainotvpea and Ambrotvpee taken cheaper than
elsewhere In the city. CHI Colored Photographs
made of all sizes, from life to the smallest miniature.
Pictures neatly set in Lockets, Breast-pins, finger
rings and Bracelets. All work warranted. -.
nol6.ay A. B. BLOOM, Artist.
J". XX. Deters,
No. 93 WEST FOCRTn-STREKT,
HAS NOW IN ST ORE. A LAROK
STOCK Of .....
WATER-PROOF BOOTS, ''. '
To which he Invites the attention of the public. .
4 nolo'
4rpHANKSGIVING 0 1 8 T E R S." I
X will be supplied with an extra fine quality
of Oysters for Thanksgiving. Just tbe thing to stuff
rour turkeys with. -. - -J,. .; ,
JOHN PEKOUSOK: Grocer,
nolt Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
NEW PENNSYLVANIA BUCKWHEAT.
I have on band a lot of Pennsylvai ia Buck-'
wheat which I am selling In 10, 12, 25 and Wlb. sacks,
and by the barrel. -.-.. .
JOHN MROnSOH, Grocer
no!8 " Corner lllnthand Vine-streets.
2.0OD8 FOR THANKSOIVINd. NEW
Aimones, recans,. jriibtrts, Cream Nuts, 4c, iu
store and for sale by
- i.o.n. M ... . i... iidh uurrauia. jrunes.
JUUM FJCBQUBON, Grocer,
nol - . Comer of Ninth and vine-streets.
' i ITImeacopy. .
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81 Fourth-streets ,
' CINCINNATI, O.
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AUCTIONEER:,
PEDDLERS 1
Dealers in Jewiftliy
Are requested to sail and examine this large assort,
a,- . - mentof . , , ''. ' '
NEW m FRE1 GOODS,
, Just received from the Baatern Market, and
Bought Exclusively for Cash.
I am prepared to offer better Inducements to ,
GeimTa. Buyers
Than other House west. )f New Tork City,
WM. B. CJLAPP.
:. : fnoOttwrd . . i)(l.
'- ' -"' ' -if. - -.w J'-' st .-ir. ,(,:
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Chas, S, Weatherby,
No. 112 FIFTH-STREET,
BETWBEN VINE AND RACB-STREBTS,
Invites the attention' of the
Trading Public to tte new.,
1 and desirable styles of
DRESS FABRICS,
Which he is now almost daily
receiving, believing that '
the quality of the (Hoods,
BEAUTY OF STYLES
i AND .. ...
CHEAPNESS OF PRICE
Will secure the patronage of
every economical buyers i
. BIT RECENT PURCHASES 09 , .
iMY I BLACK SILKS,
SHAWLS,
MERINOES
. AND
DRESS GOODS
Have been very large, and as
the Goods were purchased
z ' - .
Mnch Below their Seal Value, .",
I am therefore enabled to of
fer to my customers ,
BARGAINS
' ' AS THST OCOUB1H , : . ,
EASTERN CITIES.
CRARLES S. WEATHERBY,
No. 119 "Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS
; ' (nol4 .
Maltby's
iffl". J
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE IN
receipt, t trthn Ailma Kxprsss, of an Inexhauit
iblesnpplyor MALTBV'H celebrated end unrivaled
BaltiinoroUas . Oysters, put up especially forThanks
Rivlnir. of thl i cholont uf Ovslers. excellent flavor.
superior qual ity, anil of extra size. Will be war-
luuu.a as true n sua sweet as wnen taaen irom tueir
uriuycmos
ud ...a j ma uiiiKui va.iB, Airi.K OM.Bi.in,
oraoried O. 8. M , will be uncommonly large, and of
ma-.nosi aei loious nivor.
Orders lofc at ths Uld Eatabllihcd Tlecot. No. II
W,t Flftb.-atreet, at any time before or on
llisnKsg lrli is Iiay.vlil secure every one a fall snpply
of tbe FIN .EST BIVALVES ever brought to tbe
Queen Oity. - Orders solicited and promptly flllv'i.
uuui imli ia, leave your oruers in time.
riolflt IiOnSRT OBlt, Agent,
-OF- .- "
WMl UILLIMIY!
11RS. CLEVELAND AND MRS. DAVIS
l-'M ha-vlng REMOVED from Oeo. Lewis's Man-
una sun, vim open WiHTJtu Aiibiifl bi
On Wednesday. November 16,
A.'f THimi BBW 8TOBES, 104 WK8T FOTjBTII-
; I3TREET, OPPOSITE SHILLITO'8. .
' ' ' fnoIBb
JUST RECEIVED
O-. O. TENCH'S
HOUSE Furolshing Stores, Nos. 321 A 829
"rVestern-row, a flneassortment of Coal Va'es,
tloal Hotle; btteel fire be's at prlcos ranxing from
$1 2J to yw, Japanned Waiters; Fine Table Cutlery;
surer naieu nare. logeuier who tue uiiuai variety
of fancy goods. -A liberal discount to persons Turn
fahlng catalogues on application. no!2tf
- - Olycamyl of Roses.
rf1HI8 BEAUTIFUL AND EFFICIENT
m. preparation may De relied upon lor lta prompt
asi in curlojr, and its certainty In preventing,
(Jbape of tho llantla, Face, 4n., removing all rough
ness of th hkili, and preiorvlng it in a soft, smooth
and healthy condition, l'er.ons bo have used it
consider u an mvaiuaoie aomtion to tne toilet.
-, Prepared and for sale by
- 801BE, EUKBTEIN CO.. Druggists,'- .
no!4-c Opposite the Poitofflce.
Pearl Sago.
25
CASS PEARL 8AG0. ' ' :
Baceived and for sale br '" ''' '-. '
" ..BUIBB, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
" Opposite tbe Postolfloe.
noH-o
)'';.';';' Iceland Moss Paste.
THIS DELICIOUS PASTE; 18 HIGnLI
recommended as a valuable aaalataot In tbi;
euro of Cougbs and Colds. Fur sale by
BUiJtJe, KunsTKin Suu., : :
nolt-o . Opposite the Postoffioe.
Wedgewood Mortars, i s. .
CASES WEDGEWOOD MORTARS,' Ah
BOBTSD sisee. ' Beoelred and for aale by
, , ,, duiiu. atinsriuH a vv.,
Oppoalte the Po.toffloe. 1
noM-c
0STBRSi
I , Maysyille Coal-Oil Agency.
HAtlNGl M AD E ARRANGEMENT
for a regular supply of the above Coal Oi '
which la unquestionably the best article manufa
tared, we are prepared to furnish dealers at U.
lowest market price, with usual dlncount.
BUIBS, JCOK8 rE!N f)0., ' i
P"M- Opposite the PoatolBee .
'j LA N E sV BOOLE Y , )
' J'A WABT'-CTCISM OP I ,
Wood'Workmg Machinery
-.! 1 AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, ,!
nrr Joksuaad Waisr. taoinelanail.0 1
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CREAM CHEESEJUST RECEIVE! '
eight casks very superior Cream Olaese. 1.
aale by - A. MoDONALD a CO.,
aula M and Branch Store SH9 Weal Fonrth-at.
BENT A OO.'S WATER-CRACEERS-natreoelvadjtOeaiie
Bent A Co.'s celebrate'
Water-eraokers. , sor sale by
, A. MoDOHALD a CO., .
' toU -tt sad B rsnek Btor ut West f ovth-et.
WEW ADVERTISEMENTS
TO ENGLAND, ...
UtJCLAND, r '1 E . , u:.),.J ;-lIr'-!
SCOTLAND sued
' V i WAUeia.
We lasne elaht Bills on
SP00NER, ATTW00D it CO., Londonj " "
ROYAL BAN? OF IRELAND; -
. NATIONALBANKOf SCOTLAND;
In sums of l aad npwards. i ; ...
SV Kxchange oa France aad 0nnany.
james , f; mblinb. & co.,,, ' '
eoUtdeol . i-.o.Ka. IT Woat Thtr-atret. '
RICH FURS.
; OF THE LATEST STYIES, '
Lf ANTJF A CTURED FROM CHOICE
TJL SKINS, and warranted to give satlifaotion; , , . ,
v; AT RBASONABEiD PRICES.
JCTOMStVCOi
f . ; HAT1 BUS AND Fl'BBIKRS,
1 f..' ,. MO. 149 MA1N-STBEBT, '
nolf One door below Fourth, '
CLOAKS!
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, . ,. "...Mf ,
Cloaks! Cloaks!
(TNEQUALBD IN STYLE,'
.; UNEQUALED IN QUA LIT Y,
. ' ,'. UNEQUALED IN CHEAPNESS. , .
DEW 33BOP,
-; -AT- ' '
HO Dollars),
13 Dollars), ' i
i 15-Dollar j, ; ;
- 1 8 Dollars , v ;
;": . SO Dollars,
23 Dollar), "'.7
';!, 25 Dollars '
v." ''--'aO'DolIitfii,-''----r
'!'.;.-Y; 33 Dollar!-!:,;:-.
.'' THE
. :r
if All lism AkAVam Ps.ls.-i.- ','
' aa v avwiv awawf
MILAN WRAPPER,
At All the AboVe) Prices, j '
.V - ' y-f j'i r: ... .. - . ,
At AH the Above Prleo", '
1 ..I '
( I,
Pioneer Oloak Bazaar 1
OEOliClE LEiis;
' DIRECTLY .
Opposite the Postofflce. '
' :" '.-. looaituJp - ' ....(f 0
SHAWLS I SHA WLS I j
AM PS A SMSt.... M m PSk,' a A I d I A I t'!'
WE HAVE THIS DAY REDUCED THE i
v w fleTIW VI VUi SHWVsl V tVST yalVSFUt lUVUtlUU SUM . , I .
Ugant . j ... , . i r :,
Below tho Cost of Importation.
Cloaks! Cloaks!
'! IN CLOTH, YELVET AND BBXl '
At Prices Irom 96 Upward. . ' ' '
f ti H '-.' '. , , -t ' , -.j,
mSSESBAIRD,v
No. 118 West Folirih-st.,,
' olW 'DHTWUBlf TIN! AKD BAOB. ' r
OAK HALL
CLOTHING DEPOT '
LI
Wo. 130 Main-street, . ,
THREE S0ORB ABOVE FOURTH, "
dnolnnatl, Ohl. ' . m t
A LARGE 'ASSORTMENT OF PIN8 !
Keadr-soade Olotbiog . cut In the lateet atyle, !'
and of the beet matarial aud worktuanshtp, expressly j
for the Retail Trade. - -:
Oleiha, Caaelmeroe, Vestlnas and Orer
coating, of every variety, for Custom Trade, made I
to order In the laieit atyle.
SWOentlemsn'e rnralahlnf Goods. . nolObwf
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PURE AIE!
. ' - i '' '' -vi 1 1. tj
New Mode of Ventilation! ,
a :;
, , j.. Call and See One of
SAWYER &;0S:
- !;i ,
' i 'PATENT :':.";
. Heating and Ventilating Fnrnaces, i
V''r'lBepeUoiiss!.s C"3
0 H A M B B R L A I N A C O.'! r
Store Ware-rooms, Nos.' 51 snd S3 Vinsj-st,
' (Below Oolntnbla.)
Sawyer &'dc5.
'' '' no9ejr ;
RIIJBOIVS,
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Feathers and. Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which I km selling st a a mall V
adveqeeoa Mew Tork prices, wholesale and retae'l.
- . webb, Jr.
sot V . 1M riflhtreel, bet. Baceand Hlki
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