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THE PBESS.
AN OY W. IBANOISCO. JOHN D. CALDWILL
ipiTOM ihd mmiiWM,
owes, 14 wist rovBra-BTtnt.
WATUKUAV,,,,.,....,....,,..,,NOVKMBKB. 19
A New Representative Man—The African.
rlcsu.
lbs Rev. M. 0. Cohwat, of this oitj,
iaa glren expression to a number o( norel
iidat la letter he wrote to Rev, Jambs Fbii
mak Clarki, of Boeton, who bad recently de
livered a discourse In the Music Hall, on Tfli
uboei Parish and hii Theology. Mr. Clam's
Bermon and Mr. Cokway's letter appear in a
recent numbor of the Chrutia lnquirr, of
New York, condaoted by Rev. A. A. Livik
siobb, formerly of thii oity.
Mr. Conway elevates the negro to a new po
sition. He olalms that there is "no salvation
but by the African, when hlaoauie ia the oame
of the hard right; when to deal faithfully by
him ia the difficult tlnty, then ha takes the
place of the persecuted peasant of Jndea ii
the teat of truth and self-denial; he wears the
thorn and bears the oross with him, and no
taiu ootneth to the Father but by him. Jims
Iiimsail' left his representatire in bis leant
brother; In every stranger who had a claim on
V.anaa pity end justice."
Working Men's Hours.
-he approaohing short days bring dark
quito early on the laborers In the shops,
loseening the working hours. Complaint has
fceeu made that boss manufacturers have
hired numerous hands during the long days,
keeping mechanics hard at work to scoumu
latitock, and when f&ll and winter comei,
elackiog off work, and dismissing reliable
hands, whose only hope is in constant em
ployment. Some uneasiness has been exhib
ited in same shops at this alleged evil, and
it ha j been proposed that instead of changing
scale of hours, that nine and three-quarter
houta be the regular days work winter and
euroiuer. We do net believe it is practical,
ns theie shops would have to light up. This
is worthy of investigation. The Phut Prkss
contends for the mutuality of interest of em
ployer and employees, but bosses should not
" gouje."
Religious Items.
Hugiies and Father Wood are
to be present at Mobile at the consecration of
E'bhop Qdihlas, at Mobile, on the 27th inat.
Bishop Katasatoh, of Kentucky, we re
gret to learn, is in a serious decline, and is at
yreeut unable to perform his Episoopal func
tions, Sr. CLkfr's old church on Charles-street,
Naif Oflean?, has for its Paator Her. Chas. B.
Thomas, of the Unitarian Churoh.
A tn-d'jllar engraving is soon to be pub
lished of the recent General Conference of the
MeihudUt Episcopal Churoh. It will contain
portraits of two hundred heads.
The Increased Vote the State of Ohio.
The first Governor elected in the State of
Oiila was Dr. Edward Tims, in 1802, who re
ceived all the votes, vis: 4,564. In 1810
Hetbr J. Msios, jr., was elected; the entire
votegifen was 17,6i5. 'Fifty years have pait
sinos the onoloe of Maios, and tbe new Gov
rnor of Ohio, Wuhah Dbhnisor, will enter
office in 1180, at whose election 355,748 votes
were oast.
What We Must Have.
& member of the City Council, in his place,
U the last meeting, declared we must have a
City Hall, a new Hospital, and a nen
City Prison and Work-house." These will cost
i mint of money to be raised by taxes. We
hive a laTge interest on bonds to meot, ordi
.'ry und extraordinary expenses, and also a
Kinking Fund, to redeem in 1865 three hun
'iti thousand dollars City Water-works
B'iudf. Big city big taxes.
Italian Aid.
Udlms la the United States are conoenlrat
lng money and armaments to aid Garibaldi.
:.y sum of money, even a three oent postage-
iaiap donated, will be applied to the impend
ing struggle to give national freedom to Italy,
ieneral Joseph Avizzana, of Sow York, is
.-.-ident of the Armament Committee to se
;7b Gisisiii.Di one million of muskets.
A Cincinnati Steamer Weathers Out a
A Cincinnati Steamer Weathers Out a "Norther" in the Gulf.
those viho havo read the story of the Great
:itum in a storm, written by a correspond
rat of the London JiW, should read our do-Boril.tion.-on
the first page, of a Cincinnati
fttatacr which, years lang syno, bad a fear
fal r.igbt in a storm on the eoast of Tobasco,
Mexico.
Ould Ireland.
Progress of the National greatness of Ire-t-n
l, it is said. Is noted from the increase of
:urohMri In the soil by that useful branch of
h nntba the middle class. Crime is dimin
ishing, and pauperism also. Good for the
Emerald Isle.
The False Rumors and the Farce at
Charlestown, Va.
This Charlestown afTair, from a tragedy, has
dwindled i a to a farce. Bee telegraphic column.
CITY NEWS
Fatal AooidshiMaw Kii.lid. A drsy
man, named Jacob Brill, was killed yesterday
"ftercoon, oa Front street, near the Little
Miami Railroad Depot, by the combined of.
ools of a fit of epilepsy, a fall, and being ran
-ver by his own vehicle. He has been subject
to this disease for some years, and while driv
' n t; along Front-street, was suddenly seized with
a St which caused him to fall, and the wheel
of his dray passed over his body. He was
nkon up and carried into bause ia the
neighborhood, but he died in a few minutes.
Coroner Carey waa called upon and an in
tji.ept was held upon the body, which re
cultcd in a verdict in accordance with the
frfWs we have briefly stated above.
Boy Dbowmd a ruu Castal. A boy about
t.;lve years of age, named Casper ChesloBe.
vhoie parents reside on the Hamilton-road
rxmr Mobowk bridge, fell into the canal day
before yesterday and waa drowned. He was
t'icmpting to walk across the railroad and
ii io a misstep, whioh precipitated him into
i m watnr. Hia body was recovered immodi
r.::!y after and every effort made to resusci
iiU it, but without avail. . , '
Aooiuaur on Hi CnroutKATi, Hajiilto" akd
Daytoh .Railroad. Yesterday morning a car
f a freight train waa thrown from the track
r,o the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Rail
mad,' near the Brighton Station, by the
lrcaking of an axle, and several persons
tvere injured, but nont of them seriously.
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
Paooaisa or Bscklev's Trial to Mcrdsb.
The State va. Win. BVokley. . Tills caMlsitill pro
gressing beforsJudse JUIIiin.
Maria Lowe, who could not be found at the former
trial, was callfS to tha stand. She teat 1 tied that on
thenlgtitof the homicide, the Italian and Beck ley
came to ths door of Anna Waggoner's bouse, Vine
street, Wltnen looked out or the window and saw
Beckley bavins hold of the Italian's coat-collar he
aiked the lattr to so home ith him. and whan tlia
'Italian refused Beckley shot him. and then threw his
pistol away asd ran as Vine-street.
On oross-examlnHtiaij ih saiil fhn Tfalinn liad on.
cuionally veiled that home before ; but ehe never
wen tiecaiey tiutil that night. Anna thought they
wore firing at the house, and made witneaa examine
lor uuiiei-niarKI.
Tha evidence has not closed.
Civil Nma-Divosct UocKar.-Judge Carter took
up the divorce docket.
Elizabeth Masterson vs. B. 0. Masterson. Thus
parties were married twenty-four yrara ago, and bad
threpchtldien, one of whom, a daughter, aged about
four years and ill months, died a few weeks ngu.
They were living separate since 189?, tha potitionor
alleging that the defsndaut'e conduct, living In opeo
adultery with a cenain loniale, obliged her to leave
hli house, since whi. h time she had maintained her
self. The Oonrt allowed a decree on tlie ground of
adultery and neflecl of duty aud gave the putltlomir
alllmony in 3,uu), (to be paid iu luiUlniODU,) and
he custody ofa miuor child. T. A. Logan repre
sented the petitioner.
Bauman vs. th Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton
Hailroail Company Action to recover for a cow
killed at the ciosolns at Ulendale. The defendants
allege it was impoatlble to stop tbe train v hen the
cow was seen.
PROBATE COURT.
Diehl vs. Roeuielin 3c Kilbreath This case
was continued over to next iek, tbe parties not be
ing ready.
HOME INTEREST.
A. A. Eystor, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry. Noa.341 and 271 Westem-row.
ftST Oas Stoves south-east corner of WaN
nut and Fifth-streets.
9" Dagnerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Siith and Western -row,, over Qanuaford's
drug-store. Pictures taken and nt lu good cases
for twen ty cents. Warranted to please.
FotTB-DoLua Hat. A four-dollar Hat h
not a great novelty, bnt such a one as Hendley soils
for that price is. Call and see bis superb Hats at 'o.
362 Fifth-street, nesr Western-row.
gS" H. J. Dewey Co., at No. 112 West
Fifth street, are getting up a Photograph Portrait
remarkable for truthfulness and fine artistic effects,
which tbsy sell at the wonderfully low pries of CUK
DOLLAB.
Gband Action Fuito. Jacob Graft & Co
sell, this morning, at their store, No IS East Fourth,
street, a quantity of new and second-hand Furniture,
Platform Scale, Wagon, Harness, c. See adver
tisemeu t,
The Clothing Emporium of T. W.
8prague 4 Co., corner of Tine and Fourth-streets, ia
worthy a visit from every stranger who comes to
Cincinnati, and every one should tako away with
htm a memento in the shape of a flue Coat, Panti or
Test, such as cannot be found elsewhere.
Ctomiito " A Li Mods." If you doslre a
suit of Clothes, made up from the beet of goods, at
reasonable figures and in the latest style, don't neg
lect to call en Frlel McGuire, No. 2M Walnut
street, between Sixth and Gano. They have a rare
assortment of Overcoat Cloths.
Hibicrt Sc Bao. The stores of thore gen
tlemen, at Kos. 8 and 210 West Fifth street, are the
common sources of attraction on tbls important
thorough fare on Saturday ulghts, all on account of
their fine displsyof elegant Hats and dps, which
they sell so cheap. Buy ycurllats of liibbert.
gSf Madame Ellis, the great Female Bo
tanical Fhyiiciau, after many years practice in tho
treatment of female diseases, has treated hundred
of cases, and in not one single Instance has she failed
to perforin a cure ; and in nil cases of diseases of th
ulerus.klducsi, urethra, ovarias, c, any or all kind
of diseases of generative miliary orgats. Bhe has
treated and cured, using no othor medicine bat the
Uterine Elixir ; and from the fact of lis being a spe
cific In those diseases, she Is encouraged to offer It to
the public in such a form and with suck Instructions
as will enable any lady or gentleman suffering from
any disease of the generative or urinary organs to
treat and cure themselves. '
The Uterine Ilixir ia only Si per bottle. For sale
at F. D. Bill's, corner of ltoce aud Fiflb-streets.and
at John D. Park's, corner of Fourth and Walnut
streets ; Edrard Scsulan ft Co.'s, corner of Main
aud Fourth-streets ; Buire, Eckstein ft Co.'s, cor
ner of Tine and Fourth-streets ; John Dickson,
south-east corner of John and Sixth-streets, aud
druggists generally iu the city. Bead advertise
ment in another column.
JJadami Blixcdi Danville, Ey., Oct. 18,
1S3S) -Madame Blaucho: It is with great plKasure 1
hasten to inform you ot my good fortune in the nnm
bors you selected fer me in the Shelby Lottery
drawn in Delaware ; and you need not be at all sur
prised when I inform yon that I drew, ia one prizc
the capital one ton thousand dollars ; and to you,
and you alone, do I feel grateful for my good fortune,
for now I can again be able to commence buslnei
for niysolf.aud not be the slave ol tatk-mastert.
Send mo uue of your celobratrd talismans, for b mi
ll of s purposes.
Ilopiiig ytu may b the invtrumt-nt of lx-lplm:
others on to fortune, I remain yours truly,
UAKBIB C. LOKO
To Madam Dlascbi.
K. B.-The Madame is now In Cincinnati, and loi
all persons born In March, April, Slay, June, Sep
tember, October and December, she will select num
bers that will draw capital prizes in any of the legal
lied lotteries. Parents having children born In
thuse months can get their numbers and draw cap
ital prises on them.
Lottery numbers sent to any part of tho country
hby mall, on receipt of correct data of birth and fee
's. All necessary information sent with the num
bers. All letters of inquiry must contain ten cents
lu postage-stamps. Address MADAME BLAN011E,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
MARRIED.
CALlIOI'N-nRRRlrRT-Tn Ww Rlehmnnfl fil.ln
by Kev. 1. W. Caeeatt, Bev. Judaou Calhoun to fllra!
Ellzaheth Herbert.
1100UK-JAi;KSON-At the Olbson House, on
Thursday, November 17, by Bev. T. J. Melisb, Rob't
wiij uiry . jacKnon, oi urofiineia. unio.
GABHETT SlIADES- On tbe 17t.lt inst., at tho
residence of tho brido's mother, by the Bov. O. T
Flanders, Captain 8amuel K. Girrett, Into United
States Army, to Miss Uebecca tiuadee, all of thle
city.
HATS 8LET1N On Tueeday, November is, by
the ttev. B.O. West, Pastor of Fiudlay Cbapol, Mr.
David D. Bays to Miss Anna Slevlu, all of this city
SMAHT CAMPltKLL At Greenfield, Highland
County, Ohio, on Wednesday, November 10, by thu
Bov. I K.Brownson, .Mr. David L. bmart, of tho
firm ofK. B. ft D. L. Smart, to Mits Margaret A.
Campbell, all of (Jrecnlield.
KVjkiltSTJLL-EVEltlLI.L-On tho lf,th Inst , at
the reeidence of Ihi bride's father, by Ilia Kev.W. H
Tan Doren. Mr. Warner Eversull, of Mount Wash
ington, Ohio, to Mibi Margaret A. Evoreull of Col
lege Hill, Ohio.
bMlTH-BAKSON-On the 10th inst., at the resi
dence ol the bride's father, in Covington, by tho
Bv. Dr. Ralston, Miss Mollis Smith aud Air. J. M
Hanson, of the same place.
DIED.
-or Scarlet Fever, Friday morning,
IJov. 1.1, Iffi, i'snny J., onlydaiighter of Joseph and
;,hrlne Hargravn, aged 15 months. -
herpareuu.ho, 170 Plum-street, on Bunduy raorn-
lllff nt ft ilVlrtoIr ' -
7 days, daughter of Poter Black.
The funeral will take place this morning, Nov. 19,
0, dock, from hie residence Ion Kaymillcr, No!
132, letwaen Everett and Wade-strectn. Iho frienda
of the family are Invited to attend without further
notico.
MINSHALt-OnthelSth inst., at 8 o'clock P. M
?JV,??rrl',t MlMhall, Vila or Prestley Minshall, in
the 40th year of her age, of disease of the Thiroid
uland.
'the funeral will tako place on Sunday morning
at lu o'clock, from 122 Everett-street. 1'riends of the
tamily are invited to attend.
MS)KTO)MEHV-Of Scarlet Fevnr, on the 17lh
liist., IdaBelle.infantdaughterot Win. and Ifabella
JB!i,i,K1m'.r'- "d 7 monlln and 23 day.
DANDBIDOE-Uf Scarlet Fover, en Krl.loy mnr
IS' ?nnBl'cbnnan, young.'St child of Alex. 8. and
Martha E. Pandridgr, aged 2 years and S months.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Pills.
Purely Vegetable aud Pleasant to Use.
" Admitted to be the Beat Family Pill In use.
Prepared only by
GEO. M. DIXON, Prnggtst,
an29-cm Corner of fifth and Main-streets.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
ITth WARD PRESBYTERIAN
nuiinnn ti. nr A t.t.KN of Lane Sem-
iuary, will preaeh at II o'clock TC-alOBBOW (Sun
day). SKAT8 'KEB. PQlKa.,
TEMPERANCE MEETING
iiiuntuuml .VHD1.V IW VTINDR
wiiinoiaa rub io Temperance meouna mi juo
lodeoa Hall, on BABBATH AmtRKOON at 8
o'clock, l'mf. Gaddis aud others will address the
meeting. Let nil attend. 1 be time has come when
tcmptirance men must arouse to action,
fly order of theW. t). 1. P"
roVELACEVILLE. KY., AIT-
nnuT i. imo fl W. Raaica. 11. D. Dear
fcirTT This iato certlly that I have been soiling your
PcaoUluavlan utooa ruts ana mooarnnnerior mom
tlmna year, and take pleasure In saying that they
glvelus Kood, if not better, aatiaftction than aoy
Patent Medicines I have on hand. In fact I know
not a single instance where they have not beuentted
tbe persona who hare used them.
Given under my hand this Augnit 4tb, 185. ;
J. N. 8AI1TI1, F. M.
For salo at No. East Fourth-street, aud by deal
era In medicine through the country. . nolw
A CONSUMPTIVE UFE
ha wn I'nn.nmnilnn. nrlmarllr and es
sentially due to a disordered nutrition, can be ra-
itobstiy aitaciica only oya meuiciuo .mju
viites the nutritive powers. Such a medicine Is the
PEKUVIAN 8YKUF, whose chief laarredient acts
directly and inimedlataly on the blood and arrests
the diea-es safely aud surely. .
" Baltimosi;, July 15, 1841. I was suffering with a
severe catarrhal cough, accompanied by Unt
sweats, loss of appetite and xreat debility, which
was dally increasing. In this stato I commenced
taking the Peruvian Syrup. Iuafew days, and be
fore .1 nail used the second bottle, my cough lessened.
..t.v..B,uu,..AaM.H. ttnnAtft. iu reatored. and with
it strength aud viiror bayoud what I had enjoyed for
ten years, IwiuK able to walk several Dillon each day
without fatiituo. while hitherto 1 could walk only a
Short distance. A. 8. KELLOGG.
Frlnoipal omce.izs west eourto-sireoi. ineave e
Unililine.) Call for pamphlet (gratis), describing
this new remedy. now
DYSPEPSIA AND COSTIVE-
i j ... nA.KK-jHi4 i -aft ff..
muuy years I have suffered from dyspepsia, joined to
nn obHitfiiite constfnatlon of the bowels. In the
same time I have been obliged every fewrlaya to take
some active purge. 1 found no permanent relief un
til, witbiu a low mouths, I began using Pibuviax
KrafP. I and the costlpation cured; my digestion
h.. ., miii-h I m ivrnved that mv flesh has Increased
several pouuds, aud a rheumatic altection aud weak
ness! my lower liinoe, which troubled ine very
much, now entirely gone. I am persuaded these
beneticUl effects have resulted from the uo uf Pero
Tiau Syrup. ' CUESTER P. HARD,
nollawt ... ".' ' . Columbia-street.
PERUVI AN SYRUP IS A.NEW
rbemlcal diacoverr in medirine: It elves
uea.ihfiil blood; thus strikiug at the root of all die
aee. For sale by all Druggiets. nollawt .
Phrenological and Physiognomical
EXAMINATIONS,
ftO"YVITH CHARTS AND DE-
rlt3l7 SCRl PTIONS of Character, indlcai tng the
Occupation or Profession iu life in which esih per
son may bett sncceed and be moit useful and happy,
by Dr. C. KHA USA, N. l" '"urth-sireet.
tno3fmt
OFFICE OV THE PASSEN
fJKR VAILKOAD
OIHiHAKY OK CINCIN
NATI. 8. W.corner of Third
mid linmntn-en. October.
lit, 1SW This rond is now open. Cars will start,
at intervale of tea minutes, from 0:30 A, M. un
til midnight, running oastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence-street, and westward on
Courth-etreet to Mmlth, and on FlfthrStreet to
Wood. Citizens will please bear In mind that the
cars will Invariably cross intorsccting streets before
stopping tor passengers.
cclJ-tf JAMES J. BOBBINS, Prwldent.
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL D1S-
CUVKUY is acknowledsed bv the most em-
uem physicians, and by the most careful druvglsts
inrougiiout me united etates, to oe tne most enecinai
hlood-puritlorevor known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent cures, than
auy preparatioii known to tho profusion. Scrofula,
Salt lthouiu, Erysipelas, Scald. head, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the. system restored to full streugtb and vigor. Full
snduxplicit direciions fur thecureof ulcerated sore
legs, aud other corrupt and running ulcers, is given in
the pamphlet wiflreach Lottie. For sale by JOHN D.
PAKK, SUIRK, EtJKtil'EliJ ft CO., and GEOKE
M. DIXON. PrlceSl. piu.av
LADIES FURS!
QTJR ASSORTMENT 18 LARGE AND
embraces all the leading styles In every varlot
cf FCB, which we warrant
NEW AND PERFECT.
IC.I0WERS&C0.
HATTEKS AND FLRRIKKS,
NO. 149 MAIN-STREET,
no 19 One d"or below Fourth.
Y. M. M. L. A.
LECTURE,
-BY- ,
REV. STUART ROBINSON,
Of Louisville,
Monday ETeiiiiig, iov. 31,
AT
Smith St Nixon's HalL
XJ33aTIIJOTi
"Tbe Germinal Ideai of American
Civilization."
AdmUsion 33 feats
ir Doors open at 7 o'clock; lecture to oommenoe
at 8 oV.loek. - nolg
THE GREATEST WONDER
OF Til K AGE. The only really efficacious
article ever discovered for the cure of eruptive dis
eases of all kinds, an article that shows to every per
son that uses It or has used it, that it is the
'KING OP ALL RK1IIDIE3.
No one doubts its efficacious Qualities. A strange,
uncommon fact, not known in tbe history of any
other article.
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic Motion
Ie 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 tbe Face, Tetter, Blngwortn, Bar
ber's Itch, Scaly, Itching, Irritating, or Pustulous
Eruptions of all kinds aro cured by It.
Tho niosHlatterlng testimonals are pouring in from
all quarters, Us fame having spread over not only
the whole Western country, but the East also.
Price SO cents, or six bottles for 92 SO.
Prepared only by SOLON PALMER, Agent,
-noli Ko. MWest Fourth -street.
Ladies' Furs!
OfjR NEW STOCK OP FURS
Is cow readv for AYhlhlilnn Th.
mcnt is large. They are well -made, Bilusli goods,
and will bo sold at Low Pbicis.
WM.DODD&CO,
HATTERS AND FURRIERS,
No. 14 Main-street, Below Fourth.
loc22-MW8an)3
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Opening of the Eastern Route
via
"DELAWARE CUT-OFF,"
SHORTEST LINE TO CLEVELAND.
ON MOVnaV. THS 11TII THOU
1 1. .. .11 , . . ... I n '
jv-wM- i iu innnnai i, ri nmiitonana irnyion.
.. ...l-..;u.i,,iMi iiririnnn. . VISNSUSSSS
.inelnnntl It nilrand I 'ompnny, opens it. New
Puseeiiiier Jtonte to all Eastern points via Cleveland
and Pittshurgr.
Trnln will leave Olnclnnntl at 10 A. M. thrnnah
to tlevelauil without changaof cars, and Ili'iO F.
BI. paeaeuners change care at Crestline.
i'aswnners returning from the Ent make direct
and cloae connections, both at Cleveland and Phts
burir. bv all traina.
ST The ntteniion of shippers of Freight from the
Kant la called to this line. I.ovrrat prlrris and
iiti-kr-st time aiinrimterd. M irk "Via He.
aware I'at-on." II. .Mcf.AItny.
nul2 Kuperintendeut.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
COPYING PRESSES,
OF ALL THE USUAL SIZES AND. OF
NRAT NE W PATTERNS, with ImplovementD,
patented during the present year. ' - . -
r -ALSO- ''-U
FRENCH COPYING: BOOKS,
.ALL BIZBS, AND.' 4
j Mann's Parchment-paper
COPYING tfOOKS,
All styles, at the lowest figures, with full stock of
BLANK-BOOKS
I Of our own manufacture, . " -
Warranted Superior,
Constantly for sale low,
: WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co.,
Stationers, Booksellers and
J niank-book Manu'factnrera.
; No. 25 West Fourth-street.
! tnol9ceod
W-sO-ITESO,
20,000 to 30,000 Bushels Coal.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
the office of the City Water Works until 9
P. II. of B! ON DAT, tha m day of November,
1dS9, tor delivery at the Oity Water Worse, from
211,100 io 30,0ii0 bushels good Tongliiogheny Coal.
Terms cash. By order of the Board.
( , It. 0. PHILLIPS,
naiPa fch. Gas 1 Superintendent.
DELAND,
I GOSSAGE & '
CUYLER,
i
"West Fourth-st.
j UAVK JUST OPENED A .
SUPERB ASSORTMENT
I . -T-
VELVET FLOUNCED ROBES
ELEGANT
DRESS SILKS,
! B. I O XX
VELVET CLOAKS
Brocbe Shawl Bordering,
SH A. W LS
IN GREAT VAEIETY,
Printed and Plain
MERINOES,
FBESH SUPPLY OF
EmbroiderieSs
CA$U3IERE AXD DELA1XE ROBES,
- . . -
TO WBIOH THEY INVITE TEX ATTENTION
' ' OF THB PUBLIC. '
SHETLAND W0OI OPERA HOODS
- . . ...... .
Tails, ihatrls and (tablet. . - s '
' -.. -
Winter Uudenvear
For Ladles, dents and Children, selling at cost
i to close.
i
Bed Blankets! Flannels!
Super Bed Blankets, very cheap j
Bed aad White Flannels, all widths and prices
OPERA FLANNEL ia all colors.
THEIR STOCK OF
IS EKBTJKPASSED IN THB WEST, AND IS
OFFEBSD AT
THE LOWEST PRICES
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPP0SITB PIKI'8 OPEBA-HOTJSB.
tol5-Tn Th 8J
Maltby's
THJNRSGIVmG OYSTERS.
fWMlV, UNDERSIGNED WILL 'BE IK"
, receipt, perl he Adams Bapross, of an Inexhaust.
llile supply of MALTBY'S celebrated and unrivaled
Baltimore Can Uvsters, put np especially for Thanks
giving, of the choicest uf Oystera, excellent flavor,
superior quality, and of extra size. Will be war.
ranted as fresh and sweet as when taken from their
briny be is.
The lie Pins Ultra of Oysters, Taipis Sri.tOTS.
branded O. 8. M , will be uncommonly large, and of
tbe most deliclons flavor.
Orders left at the Old Established Canst. No. It
West Filth-street, at any time before or on
Thanksgiving Pay.wlll secure every ene a full supply
or the FINEST BIVALVES ever brought to the
Queen City. Orders solicited and promptly filled.
Don't fall to leave our orders in time.
noma Kunicitr uim. Agent.
Oysters for Thanksgiving.
m J 1 wish mi
. ...
inenns to rememner tnat
at Wlnnt.atrot ttw
doors ahiive Sisth, I am selling the finest Oysters
ever brought Wet,elan and carefully putnp,cholee
and seleoted, at my usnal moderate chawa. Orders
prumpny jiiini ain oeuvvra to any part 01 the city.
note j. lunu, .Agent lor naicn, mann X to.
New Coal Oil Burner.
YZH, SIB: A NEW CO At OIL BURNER
that burns wlthnnt smoking or emit tin any
oflenaive odors, sir, are sold wholesale and retail by
C. 8. TAIXMADGE,
Dealer In Coal Oil and Lamps.
Hi Vine-street and Virih-strret,
iioKtf Cincinnati, Ohio.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
(gPAIiDIWa'S PREPARED GLUE.l
SPALDING'S PltKPABKD GLtK!'
SPALDING'S' rUEPARED GLUE!
SAVE TU B PIECES!
ECONOMY! ' - " DISPATCH!
W" "A Stitch In Time Saves NUe.'nM
As accidents will happen, even in well-regulated
familfes, It is very desirable to have some cheap and
convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crock
sry.io. .'; . i-. , . -
I - SPALDING'S PBEPABED GLTJlf .
Meots all such emergencies, and no household can
afford to be without it. It Is always ready and up to
the atlckng point. There Is no longer a necessity for
limning cbai rs, spl in tered veneers, bead.) ess dolls and
brotoen cradles. It ia Just tho article for cone, shell
and ether ornameotal work,' so popular with ladles
of refinement and taste'. ":" !,'
This admirable preparation ia used cold, being
ohealcally held lit solution, and possessing all the
valuable qualities of tho best cabinet-makers' glue.
It may be used in t be r'sce of ordinary mucllago,
being vastly more adhesive. ' s - s-
i "USEFUL IN EVEUY HOUSE."
N.jB.A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price
asoekts. ....',f.'
W holesnle Depot, No. 30 Platt-stroet, N. Y.
Address HENRY C. SPALDING dc CO., '
.i Box No. 8,600 New York.
Pat np for Dealers in Vases containing four, eight
and twelve dozen a beautiful Lithograph Show-card
acoompanyln'g each package.
ST A single package of SPALDINQ'B PBK
PABED OLUB will save ten times its cost annually
to every household.!
Bold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Bard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fanoy
8tors, .. J
Connlry Merchants should mako a notoof 8PALD
IKQ'S PllKPABKD GLUE, whon miking up their
list. It will stand any climate.
SPALDING'S PK.KPARED GLUE!
! USEFUL IN KV1CBY HOUSK.
SPALBINQ'S PBtPAKKD GLUE, .
SOLD BY BTATIONEBB. .
SPALDING'S PKEPARED GLUE,
SOLD BT DRUGGISTS.
. SPALEINO'S PEEPABKD GLUE.
BOLD BY HARDWARE DEALERS.
SPALBINQ'S PUKPABED GLUE,
BOLD BV HOUSE-FURNISHING STORES,
SPALTIINO'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY FURNITURE DEALERS.
SPALUIKG'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY FANCY-GOODS DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY PROPER?.
SPALDING'S PREPARE D GLUE,
BOLD BY COUNTRY J1EHCU.VM3 GENERALLY
Manufactured by
I1ENUY C. UFA LDING db CO.,
30 Plat t-at., New York.
Address Postofflco, BoxNo. 3,600.
" Annexed Is an Alphabetical List of Articles which
If damaged, mny be restored to vheir original
strength and utefulners by
SPALUINM'I PUBPAKED GLUE.
Ai.H.t'M end s ACCOUNT Bl'OKS ..A
B......M en d s B U K E A U B
(1 Mends CRADLES )
D. ... Mends DOLI.S .. '
E Meuds ErKGh-HKtS E
K Mends FANS 1'
G Meuds GUITARS 0
II Meuds HA UPS ll
I Mends INLAID WultK I
J Month J AIM I
K Menils KN011S K
li Menrls LK;ATHKH-Wl)UI( L
M . Mends M 1 ItHDit- F U A M KB -..5I
N Mnnds NEWEL POSTS N
0 Mends OTTOMANS O
P Mends PIANO-FOKTKS P
O MeiiUs QL1LT-KRAMKS..
8
II :
Mends hUCKINQ-llORSES
8 Meuds SOFAS 8
T.... Mends TA1II.ES T
U Mends UM HRELLA-bTICKS V
V Mends VASES V
W....Menris WdUK HOXKS . W
X Mends XYLOGBAPHI0-W0BK X
Y. ....Mends YA HP STICKS Y
0 Uonde EBPUYU WIIOU-WUIIH &
ft In conHmton. XPALDING'S PRE PARED
GLl'E is useful iu Libraijus aud Schools.
1 8 Mu-nds STEREnsi:OI'ES 8 1
,P...,
.Mun.ls 1'1'I'CHEHS P..
..Mi'uds AVOORDEONS A..
.'lends LKTTKK.HIC.LlNG I,..
2
3
...A...
...b..,
...I)...
...i .;,
...N.
...G...
...8...
...
ft..,
6..
r..,
8...
...
.... 4
... 6
1
SlondH lOt1RttBEOTTI'I CasES !..
..Mends IMAGE....
I
..Monde N'K.V ltllEAKAQES
..Mends Gt'N.SIOCKS
.Meudi ti.HOOL-BOOKS.M...
,...N.,
...,G.
......
.... 9,
...10
...II
...12
10......P Mends PARASOLS
II II iMeoils RULKitS
1 K Mends Elkc rati; al .Michinks..,
13 P Meuds PAHEK-IIAMJINGS
,...P
,...R
...,E ...
....P
13
H
lfi
It A Manila AKJI-CIIAIK"!
,.A
15. K lids RICKETY KURNri'Ullli)..R,
If, E Mtuida KKAKKtt HANDLES E If,
17 D alcuds DESK.8 U......17
13..W..G Meuds GLOBES G 1
10. L Muiids LdOSKNED I K.WES L IS
20 U Slonds llriioisTEian Fvbnituuk...U 20
21 E Mouds KUG-BEATER8 E 21
JJ...M Wends ACORN-WORK 22
M. .Mends OtIKSS-BOARDS .......23
24 Mends PIIMILE8 24
25. Mends SHELL-WORK.... ..,.&
2fl ....Meuds K1LLKT-WOKK Wl
27,...m. Mends IIOOBY-HOR8KS ......37
ft,.,,.....'... M. udj KA l,KIOISi:(IPKS 28
2'J...- Meuds MONKY-BOXES 29
a'.....-......Mencls PICTURE FRAMES m30
31...-...M.....Mcnds 8BCRKTAR1ES 31
32.... Mends VENKERING. ..J2
33. Mends 80HUOL VUUNITURE.m 33
3l............51uudi l'AI'IKR 2UACHE 31
3-i Mends WARDKOUES .3J
.W......... Mends PARIAN Jl AKULK. .............. ..36
37.......... Mends DRIBS .37
3 Meuds BAKY-JUUPKB8 38
39 Mcods lVORY-WxRK .-..3il
to Mends MATCII-8AFES 40
41
....Mentis VV TOItK.S ,..4I
42..
43.,
IlendS OUILL-WHEKLl 42
..Mends TOWEL-RACKS 43
44...
45...
46...
47...
4A...
4'J...,
50...,
51...,
62...
53...,
..Mends WASH STANDS 44
,..M ends UFDKTKADS .......45
..Mends DRUMS ...4
..Mends CHESSMEN' 47
..Mends BALLOl' BOXES. 4s
...Monsd HEIIBRTUMS 49
Mends RACKS A MM UN B0AHO8 AO
Mends BANDBOXES lUHtSHIIHIIIIMIil Ml SI
Mendt ULACK-BOABDS M.....J2
tends BASS-VIOLS .53
Mends HILLIAIlD-TABLhS 54
54.,
55 Mends BILLIARD-CUES .......55
66.... Meuds BI R D-CAGK8 ,. 58
7.M.......M.Mend HROOM8TICB.8 ...57
58.... Mouds Bf)i K-')A SEH .....-.m.S8
69 Mends BOOT CRIMPS 59
60........ Hon. Is Kit I' J 1 1 - HANDLES ..60
61,........
..Mends BKUSIIKS
..81
..82
..Mends IIAII1NKT8.,
...Mends CHURNS
S3...,
M
.84
81 .........MeudsCl.OOK. CASES..,
85..,
.Menda CRUTOHES 85
88.,
87.,
6a.,
89.,
..Mends CU HI10A ltl)B.... 68
..Mends CURTAIN'S .87
-...Mends CAST 5 08.w. 8f
...Mentis CADDIES ,.8H
...Mentis CAMERAS..,. 70
...Mends CHAIRS 71
70,
71
7i...
73...,
74...,
75.
78..,
Menda CHARTS 72
.Mauds CLoTHES-niAMES 73
nendn uah imiabjss..,. 74
Mends C(HT.S......................,....76
Mends III ABIE-1 (tseatesssss 76
Menda WORK-STANDS 77
7.,
78....,
....Montis I)H AI10HT-B0ARD8.
..7K
,y.MM .t.iuauuEi i'irn.-,..(...,...M..H.,.
80 Mends DIVANS
81 Mentis IIICE UOXES............
4H(ea7b
to
taiMttaestfil
Si........... mends 1IIJOKS
3......,..Muu(ls DOMINOES....
81 Mentis FlHEnOAilDS.........
,.83
84
B5........ Mvnds FLUTES .....Sft
ea..,
.51endsllALIiliSTItADS M
.Moiitla GLASSW AKE..... ..............67
87,
88
80......
91..'".'
V2
V3.....
VtdZ
m
97......
98.....
106T.'
...Mends II A N I'LEn U
...Mt-ntle GUTTA PEKCUA- WARE ..89
nt (IB 1iXTsKldeeMttaMtetsset'(ss4aH(fsMset'0
...Mends TuPH ..,. 91
...Mends ORGANS 93
...Mends MODKI.H 93
...Mentis SEWING MACHINES...-,... 91
...Mntle PANELS Jg
...Mentis PA8TEROABI-WORtt V8
...Mentis PATTERS...........,........ 97
...Mends SIDEHOARCS...... esse sees sea 98
Mends WIJUDK.N-WAKK .-....99
.....Mends W1LLO W -WARE...... .........lot
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, .
, , SOLD BY STATIONERS. .'
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, --
. BOLD BT DRUGGISTS. '
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLITZ,
BOLD BY GB0CER9. , . , , '
' SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, ;
BOLD BY HARD WARS, STOBE8. " '
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, "
BOLD BY HOUSE-FURNISHING BTOBE8. J
' SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENERALLY
, Manufactured by . - 1
HEHEY C. SPAILIB0 & CO.,
3d Platt-etreet, Nev York.
Address Pottofice, Box No. 3,000. . .'
Put us in cases containing either Four, Eight or
Tirelve Dczen eneh a beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanies each package. y
nol8:Pcol&eoi!atay.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS ,
REMITTANCES
TO BNGJUAFiD, ., , , t '
. IUELANII, ,
SCOTLAND nE8
We issue sight BilU on .
BPOONER, ATTWCOD A CO., LonJon
ROYAL BANK OF IRELAND;
NATIONAL BANE OF SCOTLAND,
"""" In tumsofil and apwards. ' A
WW Exchange on France and Germany. . .
, JAMES F. MELINE & CO.,
ocsudeel No. 17 West Thlrd-stret.
CLOAKS!
Cloaks! Cloaks!
CNEQOALED IN STYLE, '
CNEQUALED IN QUA LIIY",
UNEQUALED IN CHEAPNESS.
'' in
AT ...
j IO Dollar
ISDollaM,
IS Dollar j,
18 Dollars,
20 Dollars,
' 23 Ifollarsj,
25 Dollar
j 30 Dollar
j 33 Dollar,!
.. the
LA VENICE,
. At All the Above Prices.
MILAN WRAPPER,
- ' ' At AH the Above Prloea.
BBRNONs
i At All the Above Prions,
AT THB ' '
Pioneer Cloak Bazaar
-Or
GEORGE LEWIS.
: -BIRECTLY
Opposite Ilie Postofllce.
Loc2l-siu2p
SHAWLS! SHAWLS!
GREAT BARGAINS!
... i. .. .-
We havd inia day hudtjobd thb
price of our stock of low priced, modlum and
elegant
SHAWLS,
relow the Cost of , Importation.
' 1-
IQloaks! Cloaks!
IN CLOTH, VELVET AND SILK,
At Prices from 96 Upward.
MISSES BAIRD,
JVo. 118 West Fburlh-st,,
'n"l2wf BKTWKF.N VlNH AND BACK.
OAK HALL,
CLOTHING DEPOT
BARWISE&KING
I
ft o.150 Main-street,
THREE DOORS ABOVE FOURTH,'
1 ""-"' ' Cincinnati, Ohio.
A LARGE -ASSORTMENT OE FINE
Ready-made nintlilng, cut In the latest style,
and if the best material and workmanship, expressly
for the Retail Trade.
I01I19, Slaasimerns, -Vestlnsr nnd Over
noatlnsr. of every variety, for Custom Trade, made
to order In tba latest style.
SMTOentlemtn's furnislitnf Goods. -- nolObirf
TOORE AIR!
New Mode of Ventilation?
- Call and See One of
SAWYER &CO'S
' )'"1'V'ipAtent
Heating and Ventilating Furnaces,
i Inoperallonat ;
CHAMBERLAIN & CO.'S "
Store Ware-roomi, l?oi,. 51 and S3 Vina-it,
(Below Columbia.)
Saw y e i? O o .
SAUSAGES!
SAUSAGES!
;SAUSACESI
THB UNDERSIGNED HAVING ESTAB
, IIBUED the business of nanufaetorinc a su
perior article of Sausage, Head-cheese, Sssas
and Leaf-lard, from clear Corn-fed Pork, and put
up in tba best style, expressly for family use, would
respectfully solicit the patroness of the citizens of
Cincinnati. A general Invitation Is attended to all
to call at .
113 ELtn-STBEKT, '
On door from the south-west corner of Third and
KIm-ttreets, at any time, and examine the materials
used and process of making, and at which plaos a
constant supply will be koptoa band. ' .
CHAS, QOLEMAN,
r -.v ',:rv i, -:,'r ., IIS Klm-street, '
no!7c' : One door from South-west cor. of Third.
FOR RAFFLE, AT THE ARCADE 8A
, Ll?,'Iv on ThW-stroat, No. 74, a beantifnl Vase
or Wax Fruit, valued at $o, as eoun as the cliannrs
ar tukon. Hljlvclmncojnt NiconKcah. All lovers
of the fine arts si 1011 Id not fall toserare cbauos Im
, BKHilaMly. utilSli

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