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THE PRESS.
ANDY W. fBANCISOO. JOHS D. OALDWKliL
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THURSDAY...
NOVBlHBBIt IT
Great Railroad Facilities by L. M. &
O. & M. R. R. Route Through
Cincinnati.
Lightning Express Route from East to
West for Freight and Passengers—
City Council has Granted Through
Connection along Front—street between
Depots thereon, including the
C. H. and D. R. R.
After a spirited opposition, altera Vigorous
eontost, after aooeptanos and rejeotion of do
meroua proposed amendments to the o; Igtnal
resolution, the City Council last night, by a
vote of tirenty ayea to eleven, nays, adopted
the following provision for a freight and pas
cengor street railroad connection of depots
Jong front-street: ' .
Rolved, That there is hereby granted to
the Little Miami, the Ohio and Mississippi,
the Indianapolis and Cincinnati, the Cincin
nati, Hamilton and Dayton, the Marietta and
Cincinnati, and any Kailroad Companies,
whose roada terminate in the city of Cincin
nati, and wiah to unite in the the undertak
ing, the privilege to lay down rails for a
'single track of four feet nine and three-fourth
inches gusge, all to unite on one and tho same
track, to be laid under the direction of the
Oily Civil Engineer and City Commissioners,
with such rail aa they may approve, tbe said
raakto be laid on Front-street, from the
Little Miami Railroad Company to the Dopot
of the Ohio and Mississippi Kail-oad Company
npon the following conditions, vis :
Said Railroad Companies shall put and keep
eaid street in good oondition, to the satisfac
tion of the Board of City Improvements, dur
ing the time said track shall be allowed to re
main In aald street; and shall pay all dam
ages, if any, which shall result to private
property from the ecoapanoy of said street by
said railroad traok.
Any other Freight und Passenger Railroad
Company, having a traok or running oars in
the City of Cincinnati, shall have the right to
aie said traok to be built in Front-street, by
permission of the City Council, and upon such
terms as the City Cauneil may determine, upon
paying its joat proportion of the oost of baid
traek, and assuming its proportion of respon
sibilities. That no freight ears shall be passed over
said traok, except between tbe hours of nine
o'clock P. M. during the summer months and
half-past seven o'clook P. M. during the win
ter months; and snid oompanles shall iun no
passenger cara over tho same, except on the
arrival of passenger trains on tbe railroads
interested In tBid track; and these oars carry
ing through passengers from the roads inter
ested la said traok, shall hare exclusive right
of way.
No motive power, except horses and mules,
shall be used on Baid track. Street Passenger
Railroad Companies may be allowed to use
said track, by permission of the City Council,
and upon enoh terms as the City Counoil may
determine the compensation therefor to ba
paid to the City of Cincinnati.
The City Counoil shall have the right to
make such further regulations, in regard to
said track and the use of tbe same, as the pub
Ko good may, from time time, require.
And said Companies, at any time after
twelve months from the date of the pasmgi of
this resolution, shall remove said track, and
put said street in good oondition, within thirty
days after bclog notified to do ao by resolu
tion of the City Council and in case of failure
on the part of said companies, or either of
them, to remove said track and place said
street la good condition, ts herein provided,
the City Council shall be empowered to di the
same, and the said Railroad Companies shall
pay the expense thereof.
This resolution to take effect on the accep
tance of the same by said railroad companies,
nnd upon their giving bond to the city of Cin
einnati, with sureties to be approved by the
City Council, in the sum of $30,000 for the
faithful performance on their part of all the
conditions upon which this privilego is
granted. Said acceptance and bond to be
hied with the City Auditor within thirty
days of the passage of this resolution. Pro
vidttl, if any of said companies shall fail to
unite in accepting ine privileges (t this reso
lution within tbe time above specified, said
privilege shall be granted to such company
tir companies as shall acoept the same within
asid period.
The Cincinnati Water-Works—The
Water-Works Bonds.
The Trustees of the Clneinnatl Water
works having signified their intention to look
to the City Counoil for the payment of the
Water-Works Bonds for $200,000, due in 186S,
and their refusal to provide from their own
resources a Sinking Fund for redemption of
these Bonds, It may be well to examine into
the history of the pnrohase of these Works.
The city received possession of the Works
J ane 14, 18)9. The property purohased, con
sisted of a lot of ground on which the engine
house is built, bounding 294 feet along the south
aide of Front-street, running south to low
witter mark In the river a lot on the north
side of Front-street, bounding on the west by
Spring Bill-avenue, fronting 200 feet on Front
nnd Congress-streets and a parcel of ground
commencing at the east line of Spring Ilill
avenue, oxtendiog eaatwardly, with unequal
doptb along the south side of High-street, 600
feet, with the reservoirs, buildings and ma
chinery thereon-and 117,421 feet of wood
pipe, and 20,488 feet of 4, 8 and 10-inch iron
pipe for whioh the oity Issued bonds, due
nd payable in 1865, for $300,000.
Other Bonds were subsequently issued, and
the indebtedness in Bonds of the Cincinnati
Water-works is $875,000. Up to the year
1848 few Improvements were mads, extending
the lines of pipe about 11,000 feet, and re
moving some 88,000 feet of logs. Since 1848
great improvements have been made, by taking
up all wooden pipe and laying large Iron
pipes, improving bnlldings, erecting and re
pairing reservoirs, io., so that the works and
grounds are worth at least one million of dol
lars. At the time the works were purchased, the
eity numbered a little over forty thousand In
habitant, who obtained tholr supply of water
from springs, wells, rain-water cisterns, water
oarte, and tbe Cincinnati Water-works. A
crisis in the affairs of a private company being
men that, if not purchased by the oity, the
works were likely to pus into tbe bands of
strangers, having no afflnlty or sympathy with
the oitlsens, ths City Counoil were induoed to
apply to the Legislature for power to purohase,
aad authority to issue the bonds of the city for
the amount. This was granted, conditioned
that those agreeing to take the water should
pay the interest on the bonds Issued, the
amount of repairs, extension, and all other
expenses of conducting the works.
The understanding then has been that the
city loaned its credit to the Water-works, now
specially managed fsf Trustee, and the city
holds the property el security for the final
payment of the bonds. The Trustees bare the
water-rent payers in their favor, by reducing
tbe yearly tax, whloh reduction la to commence
with tbe bills of the Drat of next January.
The city fathers will have to fork over the
three hundred thousand dollars, and the tax
payers throughout the oity have to figure this
matter on their slate themselves.
The Queen and the Empress Eugenia.
Tbe empressBient of fashion Is given in Paris
by the styles of dress worn by Empress
Eugenia, It is related of Queen. Victobia,
especially in her late trip to Scotland and
Wales, that she does every thing in her power
to dlsoourage, by her example, the prepos
terous extravagance of many of her lady
sutjeots. Her costume was spoken of as
simple, elegant and unpretending; while
around her swarmed the fashionable slaves
of the milliner, their garments expanded and
bediasned in every ridiculous fashion which
could add an Item to the delightful doouments
that holp unluoky husbands on their way to
Court.
Further Aretic Search.
J
Public sentiment is shaping in England
toward further search for tbe party of Sir
John Franklin. Captain McClintock's state
ment that the Exquimaux avail themselves of
mechanics, leads many to hope that a portion
of the party may be detained In some remote
plaoe to labor for the natives. The spirit of
adventure Is aroused; many bold and hopoful
men In England and America burn with nrdor
to sail on tho open Northern Sea. In our own
eity, spirited, sealous men await with eager
earnestness an opportunity bo congenial to
their wishes and studies.
Passports.
Our Brandon, Mississippi, friends are
excited enough against the North, as to urge
that people from free States should produce
a pass in traversing Southern States. Many
in those parts have drawers full of Brandon
Bank bills we aro anxious to know if these
will pcui; if so, thousands can travel in that
State the whole season through.
More of the Suspected Husband-Poisoning
in Canton, Mass.
To this oaso we have already referred, but
the Boston TravtUr gives these particulars of
the eight days' marriage of Shelter and his
wife:
Last December. Just before Christmas. Mr.
Shaller went to East Boston with a load of
woodland while there saw a Mrs. Russell, wife
of Patriok Russell, a laborer, with whom, it
seems, he had a previous acquaintance.
She asked biiu why he did sot get married,
and he replied that he had not yet met a wo
man that would S'tit him for a wife, stating
thut he wished to marry a tounit woman, when
ho married at all. Mrs. Russell replied that
she had two nieoes, and she thought one of
mem wouia suit mm. ane aatct if be would
come In on Christmas day she would have them
both there, and introduce them to him.
He accordingly visited the house on that
day, and AJ re. Russell Introducod her two
nieces to him. Us said he had some doubts
which to choose, and Anally said be would
take them both out to see his place, and then
marry the one who appeared beet pluaeed
with it
He subsequently did so, and the result of
tho visit was his choice of the youngost girl.
Her name was Adelaide Van tassel, and she
was a native of Nova Scotia. She was then
a trifle over seventeen years of age, and was
possessed of considerable personal beauty.
On the 25th of January thoy were married,
and she was Installed aa mistress of his
house, though two of his maiden sisters con
tinued to reside with him.
The marriage relations of the couple, how
ever, proved unpleasant, owing to tho dis
crepancy in their ages, and to other ceuses.
They lived unhappily together, but tho girl
consoled herself with the hope of his diatb,
and her ultimate possession of his property.
Some faots compromising the charaotor of
the wife were soon after made public, show
ing improper intimacies between her and
several young men, one or two of whom were
employed on the farm.
With one of these, named Robert Davis, her
conduot was openly and nnbiashingly profli
gate; her husband having been overawed, and
tompletely under her control. On one oeca.
sion ehe acoompanied Davis to this city, put
ting up at a hotel, undsr the name of Mr.
Harrison and lady, the latter paying the bills.
About two months since Mr. Shallor's sisters
left his house, having been, aooordlng U the
prevailing rumor, turned away from the home
stead. One of them died at Dedham, and it is
supposed that her death was caused by grief
at her treatment.
A Mr. Bradlee bas In his possession a large
number of letters, written by her to her para
mours, and whioh famish proof positive of her
guilt on tbe charge for which she has been arrested.
Cirrous or a Bciuwit Nsoro DisrKKATB
BiiistaHci A few days since a party of men
came aoross tbe tracks of a fugitive-slave who
was making rapid progress toward the land
of imaginary freedom. Tbey parsued him to
a point on the Kentucky River a few miles above
Carrollton. The negro took refuge in the
stream, and lodged himself on a log where he
thought he would be free from capture. The
whites called on him to surrender, but be per
sistently refused, and drawing a pistol threat
ened to shoot the first person that advanced.
This rather staggered his pursuers, but event
ually one of them stepped forth, and puhed the
trigger of his weapon. A shot penetrated tbe
negro's head, breaking the flash, and passing
around tbe skull, which wae entirely too hard
to be perforated by a bullet. Immediately the
slave foil into the water, and all thought that
he waa dead. Bat he was soon splashing about
and hauled ashore.ZoititWe (JCy.) Courier,
lflfA.
Labor Imports Aim Exports or Sricm.
Aooording to otSoial doouments just published,
the amount of specie imported into England
this year, up to the first of Ootober, was $133,
610,000, against 09,530,000 in tbe corres
ponding eight months of 18S8. Of this about
$32,000,000 came from the United States. The
registered exports of gold and silver during
tbe same time have been $131,085,105, of
whioh nearly $60,000,000 went to Paris in gold
Tin BiaTB-rncs or Bros, ths RtroaiiEa,
Dbstbovbd. The Cologne Gntelte states that
a fire broke out some days back at Ensinee,
in Bohemia, the birth-place of John Huss. In
about an hour thtrtv-twn houm n i
ttroyed, and among them the house in whioh
tun grwi leiurmer waa corn. j uty-nve laml
lles havo lost all they possessed by this ca
lamity. Diatb o a Patbiotio CtRnoruAH. On
Tuesday, the Rev. Gustavo Koch, pastor of
the German Protestant St. Lucas Church, died
at Louisville, Ky., in the 38th year of his sge.
Mr. Koch was emphatically a man of the peo
ple, whose cause he espoused in the European
revolution of 1848, and became an exile upon
the restoration of despotism. He was born in
Sonnsnberg, in Thuringen.
Nioboes BtTBRKD to DiiTH. Two negroes,
belonging to Mr. G. Story, of Talladega, Ala.,
were burned to death in a negro cabin, last
week. There were four little negroes in tbe
eabln at the time, and one escaped with but
little Injury, and another was rescued after
being pretty badly burned.
SrairIs, it is said, kiss eaoh other before
marriage, because their inatinots teaoh them
to kiss somebody ; and kiss one another after
marriage because they ars glad to ki?s any one
but their husbands.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
New York Financial Matters.
Nsw York, November 18. To-day's Stock
market presents several interesting features.
Tbe event of the market Is tbe extraordinary
advance in Panama, whloh now stands 10 per
cent higher than a week ago. The movement
in this stock has imparted to the market a de
oidedly firmer tone, causing a rise of
per oent. throughout the speculative list at this
time; yesterday Panama was quoted at mA.
On the first transactions this morning 139)4
was paid, whioh was rapidly advanced to
132J4, the closing price sinoe the Board, with
no stock offering. The rise is attributed to
extra dividends, Ao., but it is evidently stimu
lated by the wants of the short interest who
have recently sold the stock for future de
livery, without regard to the small floating
supply, tbe foreign demand having absorbed
considerable within the last year. On tho
first call tbe doalings, in point of inactivity,
did not differ from those of the past week, bat
toward the close bidding for nearly all de
scriptions became more spirited. In sympathy
with Panama, the Pacini) Mail was irm, with
few sales, closing at 73&74. ,
The dosing prices are: Galena l2'!2iA
Rock Island 83J03i; for State Stocks
there is a better demand and Tennessee sixes
advanced "Virginia aixos i ), Missouri
sixes Railroad bonds are firmly held at
full prices. There is a slight advanoo in
Erie thirds and fourths; in Now York Central
sixes 1 nnd in Michigan Southern firsts .
Tho Money Market is less easy on long
discounts, and Paper undergoes a close soru
tiny. We quote prime short bills at 6S),
and long at 67J4- On call there is no al
teration) the ruling rates are at ,65$ and 8.
At second board the activity anil bouyancy
continued, nearly all the list again advanc
ing. Paclfio Mail advanced M, Panama 2,
selling at m. Cleveland and, Toledo K i
Galena ; Illinois Central Railroad W, Mich
igan Central i Harlem preferred H ; Hud
son Railroad ) ) New York Central i Ten
nessee sixes H i Missourisixes . The mar
ket closes heavy at the advance, especially
for Panama, Chicago and Book Island, Hud
son Railroad. Chicsgo and Rook Island
Cleveland and Toledo 20 ; Galena and Chi
cago 72 ; Illinois Central Railroad 82 ;
Panama 133W ; Michigan Central 41H ; Pa
cific Mail 14; Virginia sixes 93& ; Tennessee
sixes W ; Missouri sixes 84.
New York Election.
Alrant, November 16 P. M. The Jour-
nal't figures make Jones, (Dem.) for Seorotary
of State, 242 ahead of Leavenworth.
If the Tribwii't figures are correct, then the
Journal' t table shows 742 majority for Jones.
Up to this time, the counties received offi
cially, without New York, Kings and Queens
CountioB, put Richmond, (Democrat, and Utica
nominee,) for State Engineer, 340 ahead of
Story, (Rep.) As to Uhapin, (Kep.) tor Canal
Commissioner, ana Ji orest, tor otate rrisoa in
spector, they both run ahead of Leavonworth
River News.
Ljuisvili.r, November 18, P. M. The river
has been fallinc rapidly all day, and is now
receding slowly, with three feet eight inches
in the canal.
St. Lotus, November 18, P. M. The river
is stationary again at this point, with about
five and a half feet water to Cairo. All the
upper streams are on the deoline. The weather
is clear and mild.
Pmpni'EO, November 18 P. M. The river
is unchanged since noon. The weather is
mild and clear.
From New Orleans.
Niw Obleaks, November 18. The Texas
Legislature was organised on the 7th instant.
The Houston party officers were eleeted.
Datea from San Antonio to tho 10th say
battle was lougnt on toe 4tu between forty
soldiers, (volunteers,) uader Lieutenant Hagan,
and the Indians. The latter were defeated.
Lieut. Hagan was badly wounded,
Stolen Money Recovered.
Montreal, November 18. The four notes
of $1,000 eaoh, atolen some time ago from the
Commercial Bank of this city, were returned
to-day by a Roman Catholio Priest. It is
supposed that thsy reached him through ths
oonfesslonal.
Fire.
Rocbbstir, N. T., November 18. The tan
nery in this city, belonging to Messrs. Fitoh &
Ailing, has been destroyed by fire. The loss
is estimated at $70,000. The insurance
amounts to only $20,000.
Another Fire in New Orleans.
Nbw Obliaks, November 18. A flro oc
curred to-day by whioh ten small dwsl lings
were burnt. Loss $12,000. The work: of an
incendiary.
Arrival of the New York.
Nbw York, November 18. The steamer
jV York, from Bremen and Southampton,
arrived this evening. Her dates are anticipated.
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
The second trial of Wm.
Becklcy for murder In thn first dogree commenced
yc Kterdny, In-fore Judge Mallon.
The following are tbe jurors pmpannelled: 8. It.
Ferris. Hpencer Township; 8 Kyland, Aodnrion
To win hip; J.IHoo, do.; C'Iihu. Hutbnrne, do.; Jacob
l.nmoo, do.; T. Wilson, Millcreek Township; Wm.
THttMnn, d '. j John Paisley, Ormtne Township; Wm.
M. Uobb, do ; V.;.Tltliaii8h,city: a..C'ampbell,do.;
Wm. Wllraouth, Spencer Township.
James McLaughlin waa convicted of an ansault
witli Intent to kill. John McLaughlin of assault and
battery.
SUPERIOR COURT.
vs. Mitchell ft ltammelaburg. Butt on a note for
$i,m Subniitted to Judge hpencor.
(Jonrsln vs. Onlbertann. Jury trial before Judge
Homily, to reoovor balance of account for building
hull of steami-r Swallow. Not concluded.
Vran'cr. In thecnae of Gibson ft McCormlck vs.
(loons, Ticket , Ho., to recover for plumbers work,
verdict wns returned for plaintiff frr
During thn lunt term of the Court 201 judgments
(for (114,970) wee rondnred by Judge Spencer, In
room No. 1. and 40.74 in tbe htndaof the MharlrT
ordored to be distributed.
PROBATE COURT.
vs. -
keener appointed to examine books of Arm, and cats
adjourned for report.
Wkkklt Report or tbk City Auditor.
Tbe City Auditor last night reported to the
Council that during tbe week ending yester
day warrants had been drawn upon the City
Treasury for the following sums:
Watch Fund $ 3!0 73
Hnperior Court fund rXA 00
Pinking Fnnd ..-.............,.... tta rjg
Fire lpiirtmtint Jfund ........... 673 M
Police Court 119 06
City Prlsnn 21 gt
General Fund s.nco 89
Common School Fund.......... l.ocs v5
Colored School Fund l,2nj 10
Total SS.CN 35
The following sums are now remaining Id
tho City Treasury:
General Fnnd (79,(90 7
Wntcti Fiincl..............................,.... 6,1 19
Interest Fund . 21,003 99
Superior Court Fund .......... 6,12! 19
Fire Department Fund.......,.,...... 7,2J 40
l.lght Fund...........................,....... J,4M jo
w rk-houw Fund 4,137 43
Sinking Fund 0i,M 17
Common School Furid..............M....i 61,631 99
Colored School Fund. ....... ..........,..., 2,09) e
Total...
3M,46 W
Serious Accidrnt from a Fall A little
girl about two years of age, daughter of Mrs.
Ilagman, residing on Front-street, a short
distance above the Little Miami Railroad
Depot, was so seriously injured yesterday af
ternoon by a fall that it is thought she can
not recover. A male friend of the family,
who waa visiting at the time, was engaged
in throwing it up toward the ceiling,
nnd tbe pair seemed to be enjoying them
selves vory much, but ho failed to catch
her and she fell, strikinc her back across
chair and thence falling upon the floor. Ber
right arm and back wero both broken by this
accident, which will doubtless cause her
death.
HOME INTEREST.1
EtT- A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry. Hos.Hl and XI WesUrn-row. , j j (ft
O as Stoves south-east corner of Wal
nut and Flftb-itrsets. 1
Saruerreaa Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford's
drug-store. Pictures taken and ut in good oases
for twenty cents. ,'Warrantod to pleaae. ' .
-Tha annroaoh of oold weather de-
n.j einthea. and theu arain demand tailors; and
while in this oounectloi w would state that among
all the fashionable meronaut tailoring tsiamnn
r.i thi. Mtv. that of Frlel ft Maaulro. Do. tM
Walntft-atreet, standi unexcelled. Their, work la
warranted, and their charges moderate.
Opera and Bridal Fans,
Fearl Stick, white Bilk, plain ;
Tear! Stick, white Silk embroidered
. Fearl Stick, white Silk silvered 1
Pearl Stick. Parchment Fainted 1
Ivory Stick Broad Fan, white, red, blue andnink Silk;
Ivory Stick Silvered, spangieu, embroiuerea on j
Ivory Stick, elegantly painted, Silk 1
n.t.ri.i.tnnd stick, broad Bilk, all eolors : 1
Hair Fins, blue and gold, ooral and gold ;
Head Dresses, blue ana goia, oorai ana go o ;
i-md nea. nlain and carted pearl shed,
Porte-monnales, with chain, leather, silver, velvet
Stereoscopes aad views ; '
a Steel Bracelets and Brooches ;
Bteel Buckles and Slides ; '
' Ooral Necklaces and Ties ;
DRKBi OABTXBS.
Just received, a line of elegant Elastic ;
With Botti, Bossttes, ana in smoroiaery ; ,
nrhi Tl1na. Ptnk and Orimson Silk :
Drab, lavender, Qrsen and Straw-colored Silk ;
Bilk, velvet, riiu, nucjia&in sou ian.
Is a Ladies' Dress "au fait" without beautiful
Garters? HM rAKB"
N. E. corner of Foortnana wainni-nraei.
nola-dwTuTh ' ' ' "
MARRIED
2 4J1 4v txi . .VA.iwJa mi 4Viaa nui.
d.f. hide's father, tfe
by Bev. wr. niee, -.--
Theresa, eldest daughter of B. Frenkel.
GARRISON-FISaBK-un iiub 10m 111.., w
t... v ui. Mr l'wiri o. Oarriion to Miss Helen
X, Fisher, both of this city.
CLARK HITCH- On tne loin insi., sk v i. jm.u
the M. 10. dbnrob. Kewpoit, me jaev. o.r.
Cunningham. Mr. A. K. Clark, of Oiuoiunati, to Mies
A 13( llllClli Ul Aiewivui-
DIED.
,
lumption, Omer T. Iticbardaou, tb wMl-known cir
ena uifViwmAI
vu. fw.. ...
IiflTTA-On Wedneiaay morning m bo oioctt, ui
icarlet fever, ijawrm n.t wieu w ymm, .euuw.
rUSeral will Ink. plaoe this roerning at lOi o'clock,
rue irienu. ui mo iiu.., .u-,---
attend without further nutlce.
B A RBI S On Wednesday morning, Nov. IS, of con
gestion of the bowels, Mr. John Harris, ia tbe 2d
v.ar 01 nis .Kv. .
Funeral from his late residence, 1 aonth side or
Biahth-streHt. between Vine nnd Race, on Friday
at IX o'clock P. M. Friends of tbe family are Invited
to attend.
,aa a aauss
Dixon's Sugar-coated Pills.
Purely Vejretahle and Pleasant to Use.
VAdmltted to be the Best Family Pill In uto.
Prepared only by
. GEO. H. D1ZON, Druggist,
auM-cm Corner of Fifth and Main-streets.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
a
DYSPEPSIA AND CcjWTlVE-
UFQ3fiV A B.3B, CINCINNATI, VtlU- '1
mauy years I bare niffored from dyspepsia, ioinod to
an nliRfluatn rjin.tlnntlnn nf tha howpla. In the
same time I have been obliged every few days to take
snme active purge. I found no permanent relief un
til, within a few months, I began nulng PiRi rus
Svbup. I And the costloatlon cored; my digestion
baa so much improved that my flesh lies inor.aneii
several pounds, and a rheumatic altectlon and weak
ness 1 my lower limbs, liblch troubled me very
much, im entirely gone. I am serenaded thete
beneficial affects bare resulted from the ue of Peru
vian Sjrop. CHESTER P. HAttll,
nollawf M Colombia-street.
PERUVIAN SYRUP IS A NEW
rhnTTilfjki HiitnTArr fn madlflnA! it rrlrei
hvauhfnl blood; thus atriblnf at the root of H din
B99. for tmle uy all Druggists. nollawf
Phrenological and Physiognomical
EXAMINATIONS,
e39WITH CHARTS AND DE-
VtSif 80RI PTION8 of Ohnracter, indlca' Inn the
Occupation or Profession In life In whioh each per
son may best succeed and be moat useful and happy,
by Dr. O. B3AKSA, No. 104 Foorth-aireet.
tnoSfmtl '
OFFICE OF TBE PA8BEN-
OGB KAILROAD
iOMPANY OW CINIJIN- t MrU,
and itaca-streets. October.
HALI.n. W. nnrn.pof Third
IS, 1869,-This road Is now open. Vars will start,
at Intervals of ten miuntes, from 6:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-stroet
from Wood to Lawrence-street, and westward on
Fourth-street to Hrnlth, and on Fifth-street to
Wood. Citizens will ploase hear in mind that the
cars will invariably oroas intersecting streets before
etopping for passengers.
ooia-tf JAM KS J. nOTtBIHS. President.
KENNEDY 3 MEDICAI, DIS
COVERY Is acknnwlAdffnd Iit tha mint Am.
ueut physicians, and by the moat careful driie-Klata
throughout the United States, to be tbe most effectual
uiuyu-punneraver Known, anu 10 nnveroueveu more
suffering;, and effected morn permanent ourea, than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Saltltheum, Eryslpolaa, Hcald-liond, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
ths system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit directions tor theoureof nlcorntod sure
lege, andolher corrupt and rnnningnlcera, le given In
the pamphlet with each bottle. For sale by JOH N I).
PAhK, SUtllB, EDKSIE1S CO., and GEOHOE
M. BIXOK. Price 81. soplfl-ov
THE GREATEST WONDER
OF THB AGE. The only really efficacious
article ever discovered for theoureof eroptlvo dis
eases of all kinds, an ar tlele tbat shows to every per
son that uses it or has used it, tbat it is the
1 ' KINO OF ALL BEMIDIK3.
No one doubts Us efficacious qualities. A strango,
uncommon fact, not known in the history of any
other article. ..(.. .
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic Lotion
It the article referred to. From the slight prickly
heat, to the most virulent, unsightly and distressing
eruptive diseases, its curative properties are made
equally manifest.
Eruptions of the Face, Tetter, Ringworm, Bar
ber's Itch, Scaly, Itching, Irritating, or Pustulous
Eruptions of all kinds are cured by It.
The moat;f!atterlngtestirnonalsarflp3iir!rig!n from
all quarters, ita fame having spread over not only
the whole Western country, but the East also.
Price 90 cents, or six bottles for J2 SO.
Prepared only by SOLON PALMES, Agent,
ol6 ' No. 86 West Fourth-street.
EEV. C. SMARIUS, S. J.,
OF 8T. LOUIS UNIVERSITY,
WILL DELIVER TWO LECTURES,
- -OH-
TUESDAYi the 15th, nnd THURSDAY, the
1 7th of November,
At Smith & Nixon's Hall,
FOB TBK BENEFIT OF ' '
8AINT XAVIER'S NEW CHURCH.
Subject-" SPIRITISM." nolSc
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Opening of the Eastern Route
via
"DELEWARE CUT-OFF,"
SHORTEST LINE TO CLEVELAND.
!g?y ON MONDAY, THE 14T1I IKUr,,
VCiar the dnclnnat I, Ilnmiltonand Dayton,
in connection with the 'If vfliuid, olumbus and
t'lnclnnntl Kallrond Comiiany, opens u New
rassnng.r Boute to all Eastern points via Cleveland
and Pittsburg.
Tralna will leave Cincinnati at 10 A. IH.t thrnnah
to Cleveland without cbtanga of cars, and lli'iO a?.
II. passengon change care at Ureatl Ine.
Passengers returning from the East make direct
and close connections, both at Cleveland and 1 Itts
burit. h all trains.
IWT The attention of shippers of Freight from tbe
Kant ia calltd to this line, Lowest prlcr and
ejnlckoat time ennranteeri. alark "Via Del.
aware Cut-oil." D. BIcLAKGN,
ao)2aw Buperiutendeut,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DELAND,
GOSSAGE &
CUYLER,
"West Fourth-st.
HAYB JFerT OPENED A '
SUPERB ASSORTMENT
ELEGANT
DRESS SILKS,
VELVET CLOAKS
Broche Shawl Bordering,
S H AWLS
IN (TREAT VARIETY,
Printed and Plain
MERINOES,
FRESH SUPPLY OF
Embroideries,
CASHMERE AKD DELAINE R0BE8
TO WEIGH THEY INVITJI THB ATTBSTION
Of THS PUBLIC
SHETLAND WOOL OPERA HOODS
Talis, Bhawls and Nnbles.
Winter Indenrcar
Toi Ladles, Gents and Olilldrsn, selling at aoet
to close. "
Bed Blanket! Flannels!
Super Bed Blanks Is, verr cheap ;
Bsd aad White Flanaels, all widths and filona
OPSRi VLADIllCL in all colors.
THEIR STOtffC Of
ON
Its CUSrHPASSED 1M THB WEST, AND IS
OJrTKHKl) AT
THE LOWEST PRICES
DEL AND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE PIKlt'8 OPIBA-HODSB.
InolvTn Th at 81
SAUSAGES!
SAUSAGES!
SAUSAGES!
TBE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ESTAB
LISHED the business of manufacturing it an.
parlor article of Sausages, Ilead-cheeae, Sonae
and Leaf-lard, from dear Oorn-M Pork, and puj
up in the best stile, expressly for faiullr use, v onld
reapaotfally solicit the patronage of the cititens of
Cincinnati. A general invitation is extended fo all
to call at
115 ELiM-STREKT,
One door from the aouth.west corner of Third and
Ilm-itreeta, at anv time, and examine the materials
used and process of making, and at which place a
constant tupplr will be kept on hand. . i
CHAS. B. COLEMAN,
115 Elm-strerti
, nel'o One door from South-west cor. of Third.
Now Coal Oil Burner.
YE?, SIR: A NEW COAL OIL BtRXEB
that burns without amoklug iiremlttimranr
offensive odors, sir, are sold aholeaale and retail bj
C. . TALT.MADGE,
Dealer in Ooal Oil and Lamps,
3ii Vine-street and FUiIi-eim f.
nomf Cincinnati, Ohio.
Maltby's
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE IN
receipt, prrth Adama Express, of anlnexlmiat
ibln supply of MALTBY'S oelobrated and unrivaled
JlaltimoroCan Oysters, put iipospecially for Tli mlis
Slrlng, of ihe eboiewt of Oysters, excollent. flntor,
upvnor Quality, and of extra site. Will be war
ranted aa fresh and sweet as when taken front their
briny bade
The No Plus Ultra of Oysters, Tbiplc Bsirctb.
crandrd O. 8. At, will be uncommonly large, end of
tbe moat delicious fltvor. i .
Orders loft at tbe Old Established Depot, Vn. 11
west Kilth-street, at any time before r on
Thanksgiving ay, will secure every one a full supply
of the F1NE8I BIVALVES ever brought t the
Queen Oity. Orders solicited and promptly tilled.
Pon't fail to leave your ordnrs In time.
nolik JiOBUBT OER, Agent.
SADDLE, TBUNK AND HARNESS
MANUFACTORY,
109 Main-street, three doors above Third,
KEKP ON HAND AND MAKE TO OR
DER ail kinds of Horse Trappings, In thn beat
and most substantial manner. Alao, a large assort
niant of Horse Blankets, Whips, (Jarpt and Itather
Hairs, Bridla Bite. Buffalo Hnbea, Valises (the real
solo-leather). Mail Trunks, bponge, and a (arte as
sortment belonging to thla line. I will sell as low
as the lowest. , :-
D. S. CAEEICK.i ,
nolg-ay .-.. ..i ; . !, ...
T. XX. 3D0t02T23,
No. S3 WEST FOURTIa-HTItEKTy,
HAfl NOW IN ST OKB A LARGE
STOCK OF .. . . v ,
; WATER-PROOP BOOTS, ' .
To which he Invites the attention of the pnblie.
. - POlB ' "'
JU3T RCCCIVCD
O-. Q. TEKTOH S
HOUSE Furnishing Stores, Nos. 821 i 829
Wcatrn-row, floeaaaortmentofCoalYtveg,
Coal Bods: ttel JTIre Pais at prices raoKlne; irom
SI 26 to lid; Japanned Waiters; Fine Table (Jnt-eryi
Silver Plated Ware, together with the usual vilely
of fancy goods. A liberal discount to piirsona I itn
libiug catalogues on application. nolJtf
1KWDRHG00I
NEW ABTEBTJ522 a JUT
REMITTANCE'" '
m. .Inl.t mils on
SPOONEK,ATXV)OT, A CO.. WjJW'-i :
ROY Air BAN OF W"
NATIONAL .BANK OF &0OTtAH.
Ia stssss r4t and twireide.! A , ,
. v and German T-
' JAMES F.' mim &ca
oc26tdeol No. 1 iWMTnyZZZZ
1UCH OTBSf( V;
. .aassi ftfllTTT TC !
Or THE LATEs 1
ha nnnlOH
MANUFACTURED ..uAotlti,
8K1MU, and warranUd a saUtlaotlVBa ,
AT REASON AH LB ' PRIC.M.
. 11AT1 ERS AND FURl '
MO. 149 MAIN
noli ' One door b elowront.
CLOAKS!
Cloaks! Cloaks!
(fNEQUALBD' IN STYLE,
UNEQUALED IN QUA MtX,
UNEQUALi'D IN CH BAPHKHS,
TBI
DEW DEOP,
. , . ' AT
lO Dollarsr
13 Dollars!,
IS Dollar "" ';
18 Dollars
20 Dollar i, -; , f.:"':.
582 Dollar., ,
a5 Dollar,
0 Dollatrtft
35 Dollar T
' THE
la:;tenice,.;
' ' At All the Above Prleca.
RfllLAN WRAPPER,
At All the Above Price.
At All the Above Prlooa,
AT THB
Pioneev Oloak Bazaar
GE0BCE LEWIS.
"' ' DIRECTLY
Opposite the rosloflice.
locSl.Oi2pl
SHAWLS! SHAWLS!
GREAT BARGAINS!
WB HAVE THIS DAY REDUCED THE
prioe of our stock of low priced, medium and
elegant '
::.SHAWLS, ; ,
Below the Cost of Importation.
sasaavjawM
Cloaks! Cloaks!
IN CLOTH, VELVET AND SILK,
: ! . At Prloea from 6 Upward.
MISSES BADID,
No. US West Fourth-st.,'
n-12wf BKTWEBW VINK AKD BAOB.
OAK HALL
CLOTHING DEPOT
BARWISE&KING
IVo.126 Maln-streel,
THREE DOoiftS ABOVE FOURTH,
Cittolnnatl, Ohle.
ALAKQE ASSORTMENT OF FINE
Ready-made Olnthlnsj, cut In the latest style,
and nf the beet material and workmanship, expressly
for the ltetttll Trade. . . , ) j.
Cloiba, CBMslmerea, Veetlnsta and Over.' d
enatlne, of every variety, at Cuslou Trade, made
to order lathe latest style.
bsTGentlemto's rurulahingfloids. nolObwf
PUEE AIR!
New Mode of Veutilation!
Call and See One ef
SAWYER & CO'S
' Heating and Ventilating Furnaces,
'! ' Inoperstioaat ' I ?. ;
0 H AM B E B L A I IT Jfc . 0O.'S -Store
Ware-rooms, Nos. 61 and 53 Vlns-it,
fT(BelewOolnmbl)L; .01
' ' u-" fno9ayT ' l! ' ,: ' '
IIIJBIIOIV,
FLOWERS;
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, whloh I am selling at a small
advance en KewTorli prices, wholesnlu and retail. . it
i .i'dtv,.eV'iw vV,. ('. WBPn, Jr., t
not 184 riflb-ttroet, bet, Bate and Ilm.
'it i (i
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