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THE PRJESS.
A N lT W, F&ANOISOO. JOHN D.OALDWKLL
tsirou add HMninoM.
mOl, 14 WF8T rOORTH-BTMM.
MONDAY - NOVEMBKR 'it
Ibankb. Mr. S. C. Meredith, of Adams'
Express Company, bit our dIly thinks fur
Indianapolis papers.
Distracted Mexico.
Events Indicate another invasion from
United States of the territory of Mexico, which,
from Its distractions within, is la an Impotent
condition to repel the foroes that may bo
brought against hor from without. Hers has
been a Government of revolutions for nearly
fifty years. The first attempt at : lndependEt
Constitutional Government was in 1822, when
the General and President, Don Augustus
Ittrbipi, was orowned Emperor by the title
of At'ousTiif I. Soon a revolt was led off by
Santa Anna, and the experiment of a mon
archy having failed, the lulependonoe of Mex
ico was declared anew, in the establishment,
in 1824, of a Federated Kepublio, General
Gcadalufb Viotobu, Ont President. In 18o5,
Santa Anna obanged (he Federal into a Cen
tral Republic
The important revolt of Toxas was suooees
ful In 1836, and the State was annexed to the
I'nited States in 1846. After a direct oontest
in war with this country, Mexico, by treaty of
February, 1848, yielded to the United States
New Mexico and Upper California, containing
above five hundred and thirty thousand square
milos of territory. Sow another war Impends,
the results of whloh will be no doubt to slice
off still greater portions of Northern Mexico.
Brownsville, Texas.
Brownsville was formerly Fort Brown, and
named after Major Brown, commander of tho
garrison at that place, who was mortally
wounded by a shell from the Mexican batte
ries, (May 6, 1846,) while General TAYLOKwas
engaged in opening a communication with
Point Isabel. Here it was ''Old Rough and
Ready" had pitched his oamp previous to the
commencement of hostilities between the
I'niUd StateB and Mexico. This is a thriving
town, capital of Cameron County, Texas, sit-
tinted on the left bank of the Rio Grande, op
posite Matamorai, forty miles from the mouth
of the river. It has been considered one of
the most extensive In its trade with Mexico,
hiving facilities of steam navigation. Popu
lation eight thousand. Point Isabel is tho
poet vlllago and port of entry of Cameron
County, on a point of land projecting into the
Luguna del Madre, opposite an Inlot called
the Barra, or Braio Santiago, and about thirty
miles East North-east of Brownsville. Hero
is a light-honse and custom-house.
The latest news is that the town is onto,
Uuitcd States troops having arrived, and the
chief officer of Cortinas has been lynched,
The Texan Frontier.
The Camancb.es, the Apache, and other
warlike tribes of Indians have at times kopt
tbe western and north-western portions if
Texas in dread, making frequent inroads over
the border, destroying property, murdering or
carrying into oaptivity their defenseless victims
and driving off their sheop and cattle. Now
that a Mexican, the bold and daring Cor Unas,
with his butchering bands, has taken the
Bavage's occupation, the United States has de
termined again to send its army of occupation
nvor the Rio Grande. The first war arose out
of disputes as to tbe boundary, Mexico claim
ing to the Nueces and the United States to tb
Rio Grande del Norte.
Colonel Helm, of Kentucky.
This distinguished Consul General of the
I.'niM States for Cuba, has returned to Ha
'RLitt, where he is to mako his residence. lie
arrived on the Dt Solo, after a stormy passage
from New Orleans.
A Sprig of Royalty at College.
His Highness, tbe Prince of Wales, bin
Veeomn a atttdant at Oxford, En gland. The
eldest son of no English Sovereign has to be
instructed in Welsh and bear the title of Prince
cf Wales.
HOME INTEREST.
A. A. Brster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry, Hps. 341 and 71 Western-roir.
i3" Paguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
t;er of Siith and Western-row, over nannaford'i
trug-etore. Plcturos taken and ut in good cases
frr twenty cente. Warranted to please,
,?r The suddon change in tbe tempera
ire yesterday has warned everybody of tbe fact that
heavy clothim must be sought fvr. Thoe who are
ct yet eupplicd ehonld not fail to call on Frlel A Mc
Outre, at Ko. lie Walnut-street, above Sixth.
7 Strangers and citizens requiring gifts
end presents, or
Tiaveling Cases,
Drawing Cases,
Traveling Begs,
itlch Dress Hair-pins,
Bich and Beantlfnl Fain,
Shell Combs,
Esant Pocket Knives,
Carved Pearl Card-cases,
Carved Pearl Ports-monnalee,
Neodle Books and Cases,
furnished Portfolios,
Jteel firneelets, Buckles and Slides,
Btei eoscopes and Ylews,
Laities' Bags and Porte-monnaies,
Ladles' Work-botee,
OperaUses,
Rich and Elegant Garters,
Beantlfnl Cabas,
Beautiful Fans,
Ladles' Dressing Cases,
Ladies' Writlns Desks,
PnreM, S'iseors, Rasora, Shawl Pine, Broohs,
Hrscelets, Perfumery, Bouge, Parisian Pearl Dror,
r oilct Powder, Hair Dye, Hair Oils, Brushes, Combs,
Fine Snaps, Ac, ahould visit
JOHN D. PARK'S Baxaarot Fancy,
N. E. corner of roorth and Walnut-streets,
neu-dwMW
MARRIED.
f'KNN'-ClM'ILLEK At the reebteiica of tlie
t riiie s liithr, lew Moscciw, by the Rev. Remamln
rtlesi'ock, Mr. Ceorgo w. Penn to MIm Mazale J
iilnilen, both of (Jlerniont County, Ohio.
K INKKAD BECHTLH At HnrlngDelil, Ohio,
nr. 17, by Rev. .I.S. (iaUowar, (I. H. Kliikfal,.,!
Rip-y. Hrnwn County, 0., and mies Hair p. Beublle.
ol ."pi Ingflsld. . .
PKTKnS CABLK On the 17th inat.atthe real
itenre i, his father, by JC. P. Jnaeph, K , Sylroaler
Tetere to Narab K. Cable, all of Ciiruniinavillo.
DIED.
K K M PER On Friday, iml, Inst., at six o'clock P.
M , of croup, Harriet, daughter of Robert and Mry
Ann Kemper, aged three years, two months and
eleven days. , ., , .,
MOORWOOD-Of scarlet fever, nn Friday. Novem
ber 10, (Surah Teresa, yoaniientdaunhlerof John and
I liraheth Hoorwood, eged eleten months and six
teen days. .,
TAILOR Of scarlet fever, near Newport, Ky,.
.tamee F!.,sonof Joseph and Pililla Tjlor,sod
c ie j car and nine months.
SPECIAL SOTICKS.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Pills.
Purely Vegetable id Pleasant to Vse.
sWAdraltted to W ttie Best Family Pill In use. -
Prepared only by
GEO. M. DIXON, Druggist.
- ir,J9 tm
turner of Fifth and Main-streets.
(V'UfA CONSUMPTIVE I.U'E
Kt2 SAVED.-Conniiroption, primarily arid es
JiiTiially due. to a dlordered nutrition, can be ra
tionally attacked only by a medicine winch reno
vstts the nntritire BOTrSre. Such a uudlclno Is the
FKKUViAN SYKKP. whose cuiel InKiodieut acis
directly and immediately on the blood and arrests
the diseases safely aud surely. ' .
" IIaltimiisic, July 16. 184I.-I was suflerliif with a
severe catarrhal cooKh, accompanied by "islit
saeiti, lus of aptwtite and Krtwt debility, which
uns daily iiicreaslnR. In this Halo I commenced
taklnilthe Peruvian Strop. In a few days, end be
fore 1 bad used theeocond bottle, my ooiiih Isssenad,
iiiKhtsveais ceased, spputitv.;w restored, and with
li strength and vicor lievond what I had enjoyed lor
ton rnn, beiwr able to walk several nnleseach day
without fatigue, wliilo hitherto 1 could walk only a
short distance. A. f. KklWU.
Principal ofllce.lM West Fouith-atroet. (ave
KulMiiiK.) Call fur pamphlet tgratie), describing
thin new remedy. ""r
Phrenological and Physiognomical
EXAMINATIONS.
WITH CHARTS AJJI DF.-
K!ii PTinNH of Character, indicn' Inn the
Occupation or Profetslnn iu life lu v.btrh eiidi pur
id ii may boat succeed aud be mint us.fnl ant1 happy,
by Dr. 0. RHAKSA, No. 104 K,iurth-e:reet.
lno3fnvtl
OFFICE OF TBE PA5WEN-
OEKKAII.B()M
CO.MPAMY OK CIM'IN- JkftMeieV
ad ilttce-streots, Or.MwrJmZBXCfOirL
16, t. This road is mw open. Cars will start,
at. Intervals of ten uiinnt-, from 6:30 A. M. un
til midnight, ruuuing eastward on Third-street
frnm Wood to Law renre-strvet, and webtwanl oil
Fourth-street to Smith, and on Fiflti-slr-et to
Wood. Citizens will please boar iu miud that tho
cars will Invariably cross Intersecting atreeis before
stopping for luuMengcra.
ou-tf JAMKfj J. W0BB1N3. President.
KENNED. 'S MEDICAL D1S-
t:t)VK'KY ii nckiinwIedL'ed br the meet em-
uent physicians, and by tho moat careful drtieKiaH
throughout the United ftutw, to lie thenioateflectui,!
llood-puritierever known, nd lo have relieved inoro
eiitteriug, and effected tnoni permanent curt-K, thun
auv preparation known tn the profession. Hcrontln,
Salt Uheum, Krysipelaa, bcaliMinud, scaly ernptiou.
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a fw lKttlen, and
the eyetem restored to full strength and vixnr. Full
and explicit directions for Ihecureof ulcerated sore
legs, and other corrupt and runnliigtilcera, is given in
tbe rainpiilet with each bottle. For sale by JOHN )'.
PAUK, SU1RK, KUKSTJCIN A CO., and UEOUOK
M. DIXON. Price! epl-av
Y. M. M. L. A.
er
REV. STUART ROBINSON,
Ol' Louisville,
Monday Uvcniiiig, Xor. '28,
AT
Smith & Nixon's Hall.
SUBJECT!
"The Germinal Ideas of American
Civilization."
Admiaaioo 25 On 11
N7" Doors open nt 7 o'clock; Lecture to comment
at 8 o'clock. nolfi
THE GREATEST WONDER
OF THII AlrE. The only really efflcaclocn
article ever discovered for tbe cure of eruptive dls
eases of all kinds, an ur ticlotbat ahowa to evory per
son that usee it or has nM It , that it U Iho
1 KIJIOOF ALL UKMIOIBS.
Nu one doubts HserTli-iKiousiiualHIes. A Strang,
uncommon fact, not known in the hintor of any
other article.
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic Lotion
Is the article referred to. From the slight prickl
heat, to tho most virulent, unsightly and distressing
eruptive diseases, its cutattvo properties are made
equally autnifeat.
Eruptions of the Face, Tetter, Ringworm, Bar
ber's Itch, Scaly, Itching, Irritating, or Pustnlcni
Kruptioill of all kinds ara cured by it.
The mostatteriugtsetlnionals are pouring in from
all quarters, its fanio having spread over not only
the whole Western country, but tbe East also,
Prico 50 cents, or six bottles tor $2 M.
Prepared only by H'JLON PALMLH, Atjent,
noI6 Ko. M West Fourth-street,
H,a dies' ITurs!
OLR SEW STOCK OF FURs
i Is now ready for exhibition. The assort
ment Ii large. Tbey are well made, IleiiAsii good-,
and will be sold at Low Pnicts.
WM, DODB & CO,
BATTERS AND FURRIERS,
No. 144 Main-street, Below Fourth.
loca-MWSaiD
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Giffl! GIFTS ! GIFTS!
GEEAT
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
-Bl next to Buith A Kijon'. Hall, Cincinnati,
Obie. A xplciidid (lift, worth from flu cents to itloo,
will be siven villi every book for whlcn we recelvu
one dollar and npwird at tbe time of nsle.
Olfis connlst of Gold aud Sivev Watches, Ladies'
Solid Gold CUains, tplenlld ai t of Jewelry, UueUoM
Bracelets, Oents' Go d Vent-cliaitia, aud a large va
riety of otbr article oi rkli Jewelry, wortb from
90entstoSIU0.
Ladles and gentlemen are rcspeetrully Invited to
call aud examine our stock.
A. A. KELLEY,
rnblieher and Gift Bookseller,
BOM-If
No. 2 West Fourth-street.
W 337t5t
COAL OIL BURNER,
rfllUK ATTENTION OF DJEALKRS AND
-- nonsumers isoalled to the Coal oil Burner, for
which I am appuliited i lit. It Is different from
any beretnlViie uwil, rotniiiuinff eimplieitv and per
tection. They work the wide with entire freedom.
The llurner i so constructed as lo caune n perfect
combustion ol :tlie Oil, thereby
AToidlujr alt Smoke or Oirenslve Odors.
A Irinl will enniinie the most skeptic. Particular
attention Isoalled to Ilia lame SKSurtment of Lumps,
Ohandeliore, Bracken and SutpendiuK Lamps now
ou hand, Davinit keen wdented from the beat mann
facturera, and In styles to ault all tasti. Alwuis on
hand a lanra stack of Lamp ahailes.ChimneyB.W ickii.
Untshes. Wick-Trimmers, ko.
Pure fieoiloriz-id Uc.nl 0,i aud JJenzolus sold ut
lnatnlfactlles, prices.
All the above an Ir lei sold wholesale and retail,
aud warranted.
CHARLES H. TALLMAIiGF',,
2IS Vine-street, Cincinnal I.
rLard Oil and Fluid Lamps altored for burning
Coal Oil, iivai 1
NDIA BOY AND ANCHOVY SAUCE.
Just reneivod, dozen Konuim India 3uy and An
chovy Sauce. a. JlcIION A1,D it Co.,
uwi s and flrsmh Htorw 24D Wet Fourlli-at.
WHIIE WINE VlNEGAn-JIJST
recelved.lt hrls. very superior White Wine
Vinerar. Foraaleby A. M,;UlN AM) S CO.,
iol Mandltrauch Wore 249 Wert Kourlh-at.
t1UAMPAGNKJli'ST RKCKIVK1), lift
baakels Heldslck I ml otbercelibralcd brands of
Chsmpagne. Forsnlehy ,
a. mciminAlp A r-o..
no jl X anil Branch Store 319 Wot Foui III -St.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
DELAND,
GOSSAGE &
CUYLER,
"West Fourth-st.
Are now oSerlog s large variety of
DRY GOODS
in all their dnnartmevita. whlcli. for beauty and nov
elty, can not be nurpaasod. Citizens and strangers
sre invuen to examine luairaioca, a. a nm w hi.
greatest chance for bargains this sewon.
ELEG ANT STOCK of DUESS SILKS
Bought at roduo&d prices, and soiling extremely low.
LADIES' CLOAKS. &C.
Winter Fashions, In newest styles.
JUST BSCEIVID,
Splendid Velvet Cloaks ;
Cloth Oluaks of every style and prioe ',
Larue variety 'jf liawle aud Suarfs ',
Gents' Traveling ieliawln.
WOOL DRESS STDFES, &c.
All-wool DMainea, T,lte. per yard J
All-wool Plaids, 37S. per yard;
.printed Delaines at H and ISo , worth 35c.
ni;ii;i;y & dndei
This ilepnrtment Is repleto with every variety of La
dies' Hoots' am' C'hildron's Wear at reduced prices.
Zephyr Wool Opera Hoods.
Nuliiun, Shawls and Villi;
riiipor Kid GltiVLS, iu black, white and colors, ni
75 cents pi-r pair.
CHEAP EMBROIDERIES.
.WO Cambric Sots, at $1 worth ?3 ;
Job lot llaiiris and B lonncinge.
Bed BlanSicIs! Flannel!
in. 11 nnri 12-4 Whitiier Tlankota :
Red and White, Plain aril Twillel Wool Flannels ;
'.i, innim iz-s anaicor PKirimu r insneis;
Plaid Flannels, reduced.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUTLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPERA-nOCSB.
Inoai-M TV AS
VELVET CLOAKS
JkX Wilson's,
78 WEST FOURTH-STREET.
LOTH CLOAKS
78 WEST FOURTH-STREET.
MISSES' CLOAKS
jjt Wilson's,
78 WEST FOJRTINSTREET.
SHAWLS
78 IfEST FOURTH-STREET. .
i '
73 WEST FOsJRTH-STREETs
MILLINEHY 1
78 WEST FOURTH-STREET.
no211
Jut Rce!ved anil for sale by
EGBERT CLARKE & CO.
TUB VIRGINIANS. A Tale of th Last
'etitnry. By W. M. Tbaclteray, author of "The
Kncuinb,''"Vauily Fnir." "Esmond," 4c. Price,
lvol.,i!lotli,S2; Iu paper, (1 To.
FISHER'S RIVER, (Norih Carolina.) 8cds
and Characters. By "fkitt," who was raised
R"lliar." lllustrnted hy John McLolan. Price, 81,
THE PRAIRIE TRAVELER. A Hand
book fcir Overland Emlflrnnts. With maps, lllus
tralloua anil Itonorarfes of the principal routes be
tween the Mlexbeippi and the Pacific. By Kan
dolph B. Jlarcey, (Juptniii V, t). Army. Price, Jl.
CAROLINA BP0R13 By Land end Wtr;
tncliidins incicletita of Berel-Hahlug, Wild-cnt,
I leer and Bear-lmuting, &c. By Hon. Win, Elliott.
Illustrated. Price, $1.
PASCAL'S TH0UGHT3, LETTERS, Ac.
Tho Thoughts. Letters and OpiiHCiilles nf Blaise
Pancal. Trunslated frr,m the French by 0. W.
Wright. A i0. 1. I'rlcu, (1
LA FONTAINE'S FABLES. Fables of La
Fontaine. Illustrated by J. J.Ornndvvllle. Trans
lated from the r'rfneh liy Kllzur W rig lit, J r. 2 vols.
Prico, KJ Hi.
VOLTAIRE'S UKNRIADE, Ac. Tlio Hen
rlnile, with th l,:ttlloof Fonfnoy, flcsertatlnnson
31un, Law of Kat ore, Oestructien of Lisbon, Tom
plo of Tante and Tern pie nf Friend-hip. From the
Froni'hol M. Oa Voltaire. Price, $1 20.
THE MARTYRS. By M. De Chateaubriand.
A revlsnl edii.ou, edited by 0. W. Wrilht, A. M.
I'rlco, 815.',.. V .
r"A full supply of the other volumes of the above
newiuid beautiful edition of the (Standard French
Classics kept constant ly on hand,
Robert Clarke & Co.
noiil Ko, 45 WEST TOURTU-STREKT.
LA.DIES''FURS!
OUR ASSORTMENT IS LARGE AND
embrmns all the leading styles in every varlet
of FUIi, w hicli we wnrran t
NEW AND PERFECT,
J.CTOTOS&CO.
HATTFIW AND H'KKIF.HP, '
v'" NO. 1 1! JIAIN-STIIEICT,
nolj Ouo door below Fourlh,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NEW BOOKS
JUST BECEIVID AND FOR BALR BT
I1KP V, ULLORV & CO.,
No. 145 Main-street.
: . .1. ...
THE VIRGINIANS:
A TALK OF TUB LAST CENTURY.
By W. M. Thsckeray, author of "Esmond," ' Van
ity Fair," o.
I vol, Sro tllnitrated
Price SJ
II.
MAftY STANTON
Ol, Tas Pertu or Mastsl Ban.
By the author of " Portraits of My Married Friends."
1 vol, lJmo m Price VI
FISHEU'8 BIVER (NOttTIl CAROLINA)
NCHNES AM) CUARAI'TKUS,
By " iJkltl," " who was raised tliar," Illustrated by
John HoLcnan. .
1 1 ol. llmo - P'loe 91
IV. . ..v.'. '
THE EilIPIUK OF B.V8S1A,
From the remotest period to tbe present time, By
John 8.C. Abbott.
lvol.STO..,. Fries Jl 50
The I'ralrle Traveler:
A Hand-book for Overland Expeditions, with Maps,
Illustrations, By Randolph B. Marry, Oap.
tain IT. 8. A.
lvol. 12ino Price $1
VI.
tleuhla.
By Augusta J. Evans.
1 vol. limo,. Prise $1 a
VII.
At Homo and Abroad:
A !ketch-book of Life, Scenery and Men. By Bay.
ard Taylor.
lvol.Unio Price $1 :i
VIII.
The Mluister's Wooing.
By Harriet Beecher Stowe.
1 vol. lJmo Price (1 a:-
IX.
Leaves from an Actor's Note-book.
By George Vandenlioff.
1 vel, 12mo Price $1
RICKEY, MALLOEY & CO.,
No. 143 MAIN-STREET.
rnuJlai
DODGE'S
PATENT IMPROVEMENT
GRATIS AND STOW!
Aar Htyle of Grates eoabe Sot or Reset with
this IinproTeinsnU
VIE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FILL
orders ispldly, as we have a large force of
good workmen.
Have your grateB set with tbe palent before cold
weutuer, or you will regret it. It is poor economy
to uso yonr grates set In the old way, buroiun twice
as much coal as yon need, and net obtaining half as
much heat an the patent ifives. The patent will save
vour money by raduciiia the conaumption of fuel.
It will live your health, by giving you pure heat
and plenty of it to make jour rooms comfortable in
all parts. It makes your home cheerful at a trilling
cost, which Is aoon saved in lutl.
We have now a full supply of the Patent Stoves,
plain and enameled.
Orders may be left at Ko. M TV est Filth-street, or
sent through mail.
Opuuty and State rights for sale on such terms as
will j,y five hundred per ceut without any risk.
.1. B. KYAN& CO.,
Proprietors ot Dodge' Patent.
J. BLAKEIiY. Qcneriil At:ent. no'lo
CARD. WE REGRET HAVING Dis"
APPOINTED so many ilurinir the pact month
in not tieinitslile to attond to thclt orders for "Dodee's
Patent tniprovumciil" iu Orates and Stoves. Owin
to tbe fact that the orders were much lamer than we
expected, and tho Inability of the miiniilacturer to
keepni supplied with Tile, It was Impassible to avoid
the disappointment. We hope this ia sutlkient apol
ogy to eittisfv thone who may have been oftauded by
the "Jelay. We have taken proper earn to prevent a
recurrence nf the same this eeaaon. Orders will be
attended to from one to three days after they are re
ceived. Have your Oratos set before the holidays, or
yon will reret it. Hot much comfort in a oold,
oheerless house. J. B. RYAN A CO., .
np2 Proprietors of Dodne's Patent.
French Rose-Water.
GENUINE FRENCH TREBLE DI6-1-
TILLED ROSE-WATER, a very superior artl.
cle for medicinal or culinary purposes, received and
for sale by
SUIRB, K0K8TEIN t CO.,
nolle OpposiUtbePostorTJcs..
; Price's Glycerin.
2ftdl LBS. PRICE'S GLYCERIN JUST
" received and for sale by
BUIKM, EOKSTKIN s 00., Druggists,
no21o Opposite the Fostofflce.
Gylcamjl of Roses.
r j'iniS IS THE MOST ELEGANT AND
L erftclual compound for the euro of Chapped
Hnnda and Fare, Sore Lips, and all roughnew of the
Hkln ever prepared. It ia far superior to Oold Crenin,
lotions, Ac.; and, as it never becomea rancid, it may
lie spplied to the most delicate akin without injuring
it iu any particular, but, upon the contrary, It reu
dere it loft, smooth and fair, Prepared and for
sale by ,
Hl'IRB, ECKSTEIN & CO.,
noJl-o Opposite the Postofflce.
Purified Benzine,
for Cltcmimj Glovn,and Removing Greate'Spoti,
Paint and Staini from Cloth, Silk, Vehtt,
Ribboni, Engraving; Ibpirif &c.
BENZINE, WHEN PROPERLY PRE
PAKBO, has been found by experlenco to snr.
pass any thing over invented for the above purposes ;
ami as It can under Do clrcnmstances do the least
injury either to tbe teztnre or the color of theartiole
to which it ia applied, aslngje trial is all that is re
quired to convince the most incredulous of its valua
ble properties "Kacli bottle is accompanied with full
directions for its usu. Prepared and tor sale by
- i .. HUIBK, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
noil-0 Opposite the Postouiee.
PRESERVES, JELLIES, FRESH FRUITS
AND VEGETABLES, AO. JOHN BATKH has
now on bands full awortmentfOf Preaereves, Jellies,
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Engllib Pickles anil
Hence nndotber forcku delicacies. Also, flae Wines,
Brandies, Irish and Scotch Whlnky, Jamaica Hum,
o. Also, Havana Ulcal a of the choicest deecrlptlon.
For sale by JOHN BATES,
no 11 National Theater BulUUng, tfycamure-st.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
gPALDINO'S PREPARED GLUE!
8PAl.DINU' rit KVAU. &U HLUi.4V
SPALDING'.H FHKPARHD OhVV.l
SAVE THEPIECE8!
EtONOHV! DISPATCH!
SNT "A Stllch in Time Haves Nie."
As acoldents will happen, even in well-regulated
families. It Is very desirable to have some cheap and
convenient way for yepaltlngFnniitnre, Toys, Crock
ery, 4c. . . - v ..
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
Meets all such emergencies, and no boneehold can
afford to be without It. It is always ready and up to
the stlckng point. There is no longer a necessity for
llmslng chairs, spl iuteroU veneers, headless dulls and
brokon cradles, It is just the article lor cone, shel I
and other ornamental work, so popular with ladles
of refinement and taste.
This adrairablo preparation is used cold, belnc
chemically held In solution,' and possowlng all the
valuable qnalitiea of the best cabinet-makers' glne,
It may be used ia the place of ordinary mucilage,
being vastly mors adhesive.
"UBEFCL IS EVERY H0U8E. '
N. B A Brush accompaules each bottle. Price
SS cents.
W bolesnln Depot, No. 99 P lutt-street, N, Y.
Address HENRY C. Wl'AI.DINO As CO.,
Ilex No. tf, 600 New York.
Fat up for Dealers in Oases containing four, eight
and twelve doren a beautiful Lithograph Show-card
accompany tng each package.
WA single package of SPALDING'S PRE
PARED GLUiC will save ton times its cost annually
to every honsohold.'WU
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy
Stores,
Country Merchanls should make a nolo of SPALD
ING'S PliXPABJH) GLUE, when making up their
list. It will stand any climate.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GI.l'E!
U9EFDL IN EVERY HOUSE.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY STATIONERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
SPALDING'S PrFpAKED GLUE,
SOLD BY HARDWARE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLI) BY HOUSE-FURNISHING STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY FURNITURE DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY FANCY-GOODS DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD HY GROCERS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENERALLY
Manufactured by
II EN It YC. SPALDING & CO..
30 I'lntt-at., New York.
A'14r6S Postofflce, Box No. 3,600.
Annexed is an Alphabetical List of Articles which
If damaged, may bo' restored to their original
strength and usefulness by
Hl'AMUNtV.S PREPARED OLVE.
....Ulenils ACCOUNT HOOKS A
....Meoila JlUBEAirS ..
....Monds CRAULErl 0
,.,.Honds POLLS ., I
,.,.Mends ETKGKKKS ;
....Mends FANS ,
....Mends GUITARS - -
....Mends HARPS
....Mends INLAID WORK '
....Mends J A US i
... .Mends KNOUS K
..51emls LEATHER WORK ...Ij
....Meoils Ml RROR-FRAMES M
....Mends NEWEL POSTS N
....Mends OTI'OMA NK
....Mends PIANO-FORTES P
....Mends QUILT-FRAMES 'I
.... Mends ROCK I NG-HORSES .M
....Mende SOFAS
., .Mends TABLES T
....Mends UMBKELLA-KT1CKS I
....Mends VASES V
...Meii'ls WORK-BOXES V?
...Mends XYI.OGKArHIO-WORK
....Mends YAltD STICKS V
,,, Mends ZETH YR WOOD-WORK X.
...In eonclimion. SPALDING'S PltEPABKH
GLL'E is iwoful 1n Libraries and Schools.
.,..8 Mends STKIIKnsnoPKS B I
I. .
2..
5..
4..
!..
(,..
1..
..
9
1U
II. .
Yi..
IX.
14..
I.',.,
III. ,
17.,
IS,
1ft,
20..
21..
,.P....
,...L....
,.,.!.,..
::::k:::
,...u....
,...s..
,-.p....
,...R....
..E....
Mends PITCHERS P
Memlfl ACCliRDBONS A 3
iilemla l,K'irKll-SKJ,IMi i. s
.Sleuils OAOitraaeinves Casks D
..Mends TMAI1E? I
Vlends NK,V BltEAKAGKs N.
.Mend GI'N.SitlCKS G
.Mend, BtHOOL-llOOKS.., !'
.Mcndu PAIiAilOiiS P I"
.MemU RULERS R U
-Meuds Ei,rri'iii''i, Mar ffiMss E 1
.Mends PAPER-HANOI NGS. P 1 :i
Meilda AUM-CHAIKS..
.aiemls RICKETY FL'RNlTUBIi..K.,..
K Mends KMASEtt HANDLES K (
D Mends DESKS D 17
,...ll...
,...L. .
...U...
,...E..
Mends GLOBES G U
Mrndn LOOSENED LEAVES L l'J
.Memla 1'pitoi.sTKatD Finmrt;KE...i; W
.Monds EUG-liEA'J'ERS K X
23...
S3...,
24...
25...
..Mends ACORN-WORK ......22
,Monds CHESS-BOARDS - 2:1
..Mends FIDDLES itt
....Mends SHELL-WORK.... HI
....Mends FILLET-WORK 2i
....Mends HOBBY-HOHSKH t;
... Mcnila K ALKIODSCOPGS V-
....Wends MONEV-I10XES I"
....MenilH PHITIIIIE SHAMES SW
....Monde SEORKPARIES Jtl
....rienils VENEERING.. 32
.... Mends SCHOOL FURNITURE Jff
....Mcmls PAPIBK-MACIIB 31
....Mends WARUHOltES 31
....Mends PARIAN MAR RLE .....34
....Monds 0R1BS 37
.... Memls RARY-JIHI PERS .....3
....Mends lVORY-WoKK ,.J!I
.,..3IuniU MATCH-SAFES 40
....Memls Pli;TDllKS 41
....Mends QOILL-WHEELa 42
....Mends 'I OWEL-KAOKS 4;'.
....Monds WASH STANDS 44
....Sleuils ItKllSTEAUS .4;
....MendB DRUMS I,
....Mends (IUESSMKN .47
....Munils H A 0 1,(11' iiOXEH .48
,...Mend HE It It RI UM.i 4'i
....Memls DACKOAM MOH BOAuDS M
....Mends RAN (I110XE... ,M
.....Mimili I', LACK -HOARDS Jb'i
?J..
.HI....
31....
:i2..
XI
:i..
3
s....
37
&)....
39
40....
41....
42.,..
43.,..
41
4
46....
47
4S....
4v....,
60
61
S2.,..
M....
04....
40....
6S.,.
57
IlK.....
,...,
6(1....
61....
M....
B3....
At
!....
66..,.
67....
AH....
69...,
70....
7!,...
7i...,
73....
74..,.
75....,
76.
'7....
78....,
79....
W....
61....
82....
83....
St....
M.,..,
....,
87....
88....,
80.,.,.
1HI-...
VI
,...Metids IILLlAllD-TAULJi,S HI
....Mends PTLLIARD-WES f,r,
....Mends JHRD-OAGKS
..Mends BROOMSTICKS.,
. ...Monils JIO"K-(.'ASEg.....
Mends IIOOTCRIM I'S
Mends BRUSH -HANDLES.
Memls BRUSH ICS .
MeiidnOAMNETS
Mends CHURNS
, Mends OI.OCK-OASES
MeudM ORIITOHES
.Ii
....1
61
....62
,....m
,.,..61
,..6.',
MendaOUPBOAltDS 6i;
Mends CURTAINS .67
Mends t'ASi CCS... 6s
Mends CADHI KS 60
.Memls OAMEKAS ,7u
........Mends OH A1KS .....,.7l
McndaOIIAHTS....'. J:;
Mends OLoTHES-KRAMES 7
Mends 0 A K11-OA8ES.......... ..,..74
Mends CIIKSTS ..7.,
........Mends DI ARIES .7rf
Mende WORK-STA NDS.i 77
Muiids DKAUOUT-JiOARDS... 7s
Mends DISHES 7'.'
Mends DIVANS : 8n
Mends DICE-BOXES....... ..............81
Mends DOORS
, Mends DOMINOES r:,
Mends FIREIiOARDS M
Mends FLUTES Hi,
..3Ii)Ii.1h RALLtlSTKADES A',
Mends GLASSWARE .....J7
, Munds HANDLES
, Monds GL'TTAPEUOHA-WARE so
, IU mi ib KITES ...Ki
..Monds TOP HI
Mends ORGANS
Monds MODELS ,
Memla HEWING MACHINES..
Mends PANELS
Mends PA ST EltOAliD-WOKK,
Monds PATTERNS
M raids SIDEBOARDS
.. IU..,,1,I7I ll . 1, L,
91.....
M...M
on
!)7...,
98,...
!
100...,
..Diiiuus it ivi.r.i. - mtn,........, .,,.,,,
Mends WILLOW -WARE........ m
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.
BOLD BY STATIONERS. ,
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. '
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY GLOCER3.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. '
SOLD BY HARDWARE STORES.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,'
SOLD BY nOUBK-FURMHBINQ STORES. , :
SPALDING'S PREPABED GLUE, i
BOLD BY COUNTRY MEB0HANT8 GENERALLY
Manufactured br "
HENRY C. SPALDING & CO.,
30 Plnlt-atrcei, New 1'erk.
Address Fostofllce, Box No. 3,W.
Vat tip Hi cases contain Inc rither Four, Eisht or
Twolve Dusen each a beanllfiil lithographic Show
Uard accompanies eaeh parkaje. T
I uo lSd iDecl AooSat T, J
!
J
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
I REMITTANCES
TO BNOXAaiD, ?- o-l T':c,7 ' . " : '
, 1U.KI.AND. ......
I '' Sit'OTLAND gut!' ''
We Issue sight Bills on ' , ,
SPOONER, ATTWOOD A CO., London;' '
ROYAL BANK Of IRELAND; . ,
NATIONAL BANK Or 800TLANP,
' ' In snms of Cl and upwards. '
WW Kxckanga on Franc and Germany. " : "
JAMES F. MELINE & CO.,
ocJ6tdecl. , ,No. lTWestThlrd-stret.
i i i . i , . i .
CLOAKS!
Ooaks! Cloaks!
ffNEQUALED IN STYLE, '
UNEQUALED IN QUALITY
UNEQTJALED IN CHEAPNESS.
DEW DEOP,
I -AT
! lO I)olS..r,
! liS dollar,
1 H -is Slollarrf,
' 18 Dollars,
20 DoII.U h,
22 lollarsi,
i iS Dollar 4,
:!0 Dollar
Dollars!
-THE
LA VENICE,
At All the Above Prleee.
MILAN WRAPPER,
At All the Abave Prices.
3E5 EL O 3T ,
At All the Above Prices,
AT THE
Pioneer Oloak Bazaar
' or . ,.
wmm mm.
-DIRECTLY-
(lloite Ihc I'oslolllcc.
too3l-am?pJ '"
Ptf 3E3 "W
I
SI Fonrlh-srtcl,
: CINCINNATI, 0.
AUCTIONEERS,
PE DD1ERS
'''," ' AND
Dealers in Jewelry
'; i." .! '. , ;.
Ace requested to call and examine this large asaoit-
meat of ;
SEW m FRESH tBODS,
Just received from the Kaslerii Market, and
Bought Exclusively for Cash.
I an prepared to offer bettor inducements to
; ..:,!.-,'!' ' i. 'i-; ;
OjsIx Buyers
Than other Bouse nest of New York City.
WM. B. CLAPP.
InoDbweod1 . "' "" ,-' .
OAK HALL.
CLOTHING DEPOT
BARWISEMING
J
JVo.156 Itlain-streel,
THREE DOORS ABOVE FOURTH,
: Cincinnati, Ohio.
AIARtjii UsSORTMENT OF FIN!
Beadr-tnado Clothing, cut In the latest style,
and of the heet material and workmanship, expressly '
for the Retail Trade.
t'loilm, Cunnlmeros, Vesttnsa and Overa
rontln, of every variety, f,r Custom Trade, mads
to order in the lateitstyle.
grue miepitfl, s uraiflBipfUcO(is. . ) nomon
KEEPING BOOKS
BY DioUBLEJ ENTRY i
Will save half the usual amount of labor, and U r '
curate and readily comprehended.
All interested in the Soienoe of Accounts at
sited to call and examine this new method and
for themselves. -r- f'
v EVENING -SESSION,
The Evening Session will oommencs "
ON NEXT MONDAY EVENING, ,
V Day Classes meet as usnal. . . f ,
, . ; E. S. BACON, Principal - '.
H. IMtTY, flrwt AasUtnul. ounarvf
D. OC FOREST, ,
Hook Jviurter , and . Paper Hitler,
Third story times Bnlldlriu, vill tu l woi le i
line with oeatutss and dispatch. isiH-U
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