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THE PRESS.
ANDY W. rRAHOISOO. JOHN D. OALDWKLL
IDITOU AHD reerairroas.
ornui, 14 wist tocith-8tiit.
SATURDAY.... NOVEMBER UH
The Progress and Prosperity of the
Penny Press.
With Captain Bobidil, in BK. Jomsor's
comedy, we hava not a pejtlol of sympathy;
in plain English, w Ilk not boasting; but our
doty to our readers and patron prompt! ni to
make a statement or two touching tha Pinny
Prims and Its condition.
So brief has bean onr jooinallitlo life, 10
rapid onr progress, that not many portoni are
aware of the position ws haro reaohed or the
nuooeu wa hart acoomplishid.
Our little bark, though launched on tha 22d
of February, 1869, did aot eotne under lta
present management until tha latter part of
Jane, and yet it now tails swiftly and securely
upon tbe sea of publie favor. Already we
have passed the rooks and shoals where so
many older and larger vessola hare been
wrecked, and with streamers flying, onr sails
are bellying with prosperous breeies.
To drop an effete metaphor, our circulation
is now larger than that of any dally, save one,
perhaps, in the city, having gone very con
siderably above eight thousand, with a rapidly
increasing subscription list, which promises to
swell to eleven or twelve thousand ere the
present year has ended.
Our advertising is much larger than our
most sanguine hopes had led us to expect, and
our issue frequently shows three and four
columns of new advertisements on each suc
ceeding day. So liberal has been our
patronage in this particular that we have
sometimes been compelled to ask our patrons
for the dolay of a day or two until the pressure
was ovor. This proof of our popularity has
interfered with our editorial and reading
matter, rendering the daily omission of two
or three columns absolutely necessary.
Respecting our circulation, we can safely say
that that of no one of our cotemporaries is
more general. The Pun Press goes into the
cottage of the meohanlo, and the dwelling of
the morohant, the studio of the artist, and the
eloeet of the scholar. It is dally read in the
market and on the oars, at the street-corners
and the hotels, on the steamboat and in the
counting-house; thus reaching every kind and
otasa of people, and furnishing, therefore, the
best possible medium for advertising.
Our country subscribers are numerous, every
edition of the Pxturr Puss circulating largely
in Columbus, Xenia, Dayton, Middletown,
Hamilton, Indianapolis and all other points
within a radius of one hundred and fifty miles
accessible by rail.
We make these statements in no vaunting
spirit: thsy are simply foots not stubborn
ones, we trust and we feel gratified and proud
that we have so timely fallen in with a public
requirement and been enabled to give, as we
must believe we have given, our numerous
friends satisfaotion.
The Pinny Pbrss will and must advance,
and continue to grow in prosperity; and as we
do so, we ihall)improve and enlarge our dimen
sions, and that speedily, from present appear
ances, to accommodate all readers and con
tributors, editors and patrons alike, in tbe rich
promising future.
Lecturers of Celebrity.
On Tuesday and Thursday of next week
there will be two lecturers of some present and
historic celebrity before the Young Men's
Mercantile Library Association we mean Eon.
Henet S. Footx and Hon. Frank P. Blub,
jr. On Tuesday evening the latter named
gentleman will deliver an address on "Coloni
sation and Commerce." Mr. B. has aohieved
aome reputation in Congress, and will be heard
with intense interest by many who respected
and honored his father, "Blaii of the Globe,"
t he was called, from fifteen years arduous de
votion as editor in Washington City. It was
t Mm that Gen. Jackson wrote, "I approve
yuar course, if nobody else does; and if nobody
nUo will stand by you, Andrew Jackson will."
And again, "This may be the last letter I may
be able to write to you, but, live or die, I am
your friend, and leave my papers and reputa
tion in your keeping." Tbe son of the man
who wag deep in the confidence, high in the
respect and near to the heart of Gen. Jaoebon,
ill be warmly received in Cinolnnati.
Young Blair was born at Lexington, Ky.,
in 1821, is a graduate of Princeton College, is a
lawyer, was a member of the Missouri Legis
lature in 1852-4, and was a member of the
Thirty-fifth Congress, from St. Louis. His
topic is one of his favorite subjects of discus
sion and will draw a large audience.
Hon. Henby S. Foote was born in 1800, In
Fauquier County, Va., was educated in Wash
ington College of that State, is a lawyer, set
tled in Alabama in 1824, in two years after
wards removed to Mississippi, was Governor
of tbat State, and in 1847 was elected U. 8.
Senator, where he held the distinguished plaoe
of Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Re
lations. He acted with the American party In
California, and bow resides in Nashville,
Tenn. His subject is the "The Patriot Preei-
dont."
Two Railroad Tracks on East Front
Two Railroad Tracks on East Front Street.
There is a serious opposition along one por
tion of East Front-street to the occupation of
tbat avenue by another railroad track. The
City Council had, however, assigned that etreet
to the Pendleton and Fifth-street Market
Ktmet Railroad Company before tbe remon
utranons now filed were presented. Perhaps, if
the City Council should make such a request,
the Little Miami Eailroad Company would
relay their track, placing it several feet nearer
the curb on the river side of East Front-street,
giving room for the ordinary travel between
it and the track of the street railroad. Let
here be a pacification. The people ef the
Fast End wish a street railroad. It is our im
pression that laboring men would resort to the
hi II -sides of the Seventeenth Ward and Spenoer
l ownnhlp for cheap homes if tbe proposed
idiliosil wai in daily use. We have favored
h horse railroads in the West End, and now
" ire progress in that enterprise in the East
Knd.
The Cincinnati Book Trade.
h estimate made of the issues of the book
publishers of this city for the past year is
three sod a naif millions of copies.
The school-book publications are verj nu
n.arous, thecharaoterof the works being the
r ut. The trade abroad can rely upon the
t.vckt id hands of our dealers.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Arrival of the Vigo.
New York, November 25. The steamship
Fiao. which sailed from Liverpool on tbe 9th
and from Queens town on the following day,
arrived here this morning, it is now asserted
that the statement that England and France
hurl anttled the baaia of the nronosed Coneress
is at least premature. A Berlin disuatch of
tbe a in mat. says that at tbe interview nem
at Breslaw the Emperor of Russia and the
Prince Regent of Prussia determined not to
consent to a revision of the treaties of 1815,
nor to take part in any Congress in which
Eogland would not be represented, the last
resolution being proposed by Prussia.
Qbeat BarTAiN. The weather continued
very stormy, and severe- gales had again
proved most disastrou3 to shipping off the
ooaats. Many vessels, with their entire crews,
had been hat and the nail packet service
with tbe continent bad been greatly Impeded.
The Prince and Princess Frederick William
of Prussia had arrived in England on a visit
to Queen Victoria.
The Tun- editorially eritiolses the ffreal
Eaitern and throws great doubts out on her
being able to fulfill all tbat has been promised
by her. The vessel is pronounced defective
in propelling power.
Tbe official correspondence between England
and Spain is published in the London QaztUe.
Spain declares that she will not oontinue to
hold Tangier or any part of the Morocco
Coast tbat will giro her a superiority tbat
would be dangerous to the navigation of the
straits after a treaty of peace Is signed.
Franci. Preparation in Franoe for the
Chinese expedition oontinue with great ac
tivity. One authority says that eight thou
sand men will probably take their departure
during the last fortnight in December. It is
understood that the Frenob and English gov
ernments,whioh for a moment differed in opin
ion as to the scale of the joint expedition to
China, are now in complete accord, and that
the general military basis of their co-operation
has been agreed upon.
A European foroe larger than any that has
yet been seen in China, and equal to any ser
vice that will be required of It, will appear in
the Peibo In the spring.
It is reasserted that the French forces on
the Morocco frontiers wore being decimated
by cholera. General Insuf and a Colonel of
Zouaves err reported dead, making in all six
superior officers who have fallen victims to
the disease.
Italy. The substanoe of the reply of King
Victor Emmanuel to the Emperor's letter is
reported to be to this effeot: That If the Em
peror of the French is bound by the Conven
tion of Villafranca, the Kiag of Sardinia is
also bound by the wishes of his people.
The Drillo, of Turin, announces that the
greatest part of the Piedmont loan had been
subscribed for by the first banking houses of
Turin, Genoa, Parma, Modena, Leghorn,
Florence and Bologna. The trading commu
nity of Milan had subscribed 20,000,000
francs.
One version of Victor Emmanuel's response to
Napoleon's letter is that he tells the Emperor
he can not adhere in the Congress to the policy
of Franoe, touching tbe restoration of the de
posed dynasties, but he will promise not to
give any armed aid to Central Italy as long
as there is no military intervention there by
any other power.
Spain. There is a vague report that a mu
tiny had broken out among the Spanish troops
collected at Algeairas, but it lacks confirma
tion. It is stated that a Moorish gun-boat was
captured by a Spanish steamer at the mouth
of the river Tetuan, after a sharp engagement.
Details Loss of the Indian.
Sacxvillr, 25.
struck on a sea ledge on Monday last. She
had on board thirty-eight passengers, ono
hundred seamen, eight hundred tuns cargo,
and some speole. Half an hour after striking
she parted amidships. The passengers and
crew took to the boats. One of the boats oap
siied and several persons drowned; another
was stove in when alongside of the steamer.
Two other boats with passengers and sailors
on board drifted to sea, and have not since
been heard from. The schooner Alexander
arrived at Halifax yesterday, witb twenty-
four persons rescued from the wreck. The
number of lives lost is not known yet. The
schooner LuUa, which went to the assistance
of the Indian, was wrecked on the breakers;
all of tbe crew were eaved.
Report Contradicted.
Habbisiobo. November 25. The report
that Governor Packer had tendered to Gov
ernor Wise the servioes of 10,000 men to guard
the line between Maryland and Virginia is a
hoax. No suoh tender was made to Governor
Wise, nor did he make any suoh reply as
stated In the dispatch.
From Indianapolis.
Indianapolis, 25, Rev. Dr. bot,
of this city, who wag elected Missionary
Bishop of tbe North-west at tbe Episoopal
Convention reoently held at Riohmonil, Va.,
announced yesterday to his congregation his
determination to accept that office. He will
not leave here for some time.
Arrival of the Africa.
New York, November 25. The steamship
Arioa, from Liverpool an the 12th Inst, has
been signaled below. She will arrive up at
about 4 o'olock this afternoon. Her advices
are the same date as those furnished by the
Circassian at Newfoundland.
The Victoria Bridge.
Montreal, 24. The first train of
cars ran over the Victoria Bridge this after
noon. Two of the tubes are not quite com
pleted, but it is expected that the bridge will
be fully completed and thrown open to the
public about the middle of December.
Great Ikducijis-nts to Min or Letters.
A Cleveland paper offers "ten dollars for the
best story, not to exceed eight columns In
length, whioh muBt be written by a subscriber."
wno tnat nas ever employed a pen or Is pos
sessed of creative genius, will not make an
effort to gain this splendid prize? We sup
pose the Cleveland editors would probably pay
five cents apiece for Longfellow's or Bryant's
poems, provided they would agree to become
their subscribers.
The Cleveland editors remind us of the
Hoosier who visited the Crystal Palace, and
after looking at Powers's Greek Slave, Eve
and the FiBher Boy, said they were "purty
things, and that he'd take the whole lot."
Being asked what he thought was the price,
said "about nine or ten dollars." When in
formed the works of art were valued at $6,000
or $7,000, he remarked: "You're jokin', aint
you, stranger ? If yon aint, statooary must
'are rii in these parts."
A Dishonest Landloro. The keeper of a
publlo-house, in New York, one Freeman, has
been arrested several times of late for over
charging his customers; advertising board at
one dollar per day, and charging two dollars
for lodging, under pretense tbat the night was
no part of the day. Seekers of oheap boarding-places
In New York should avoid Freeman,
who has proved himself, on various occasions,
a miserable scoundrel.
Arrest or a Nboro Stealer. A man
named Granwell, reoently arrested at Miller's
Ferry, in Texas, in company with two negroes
whom he had stolen, promising to take them
to Mexico and liberate them, was committed
to jail, there to await, as a Texas journal
wittily observes, the irrepressible confliot be
tween him and the District Court
RiTURXin to bis Old Habits. The
eeeentrlo and talented Thomas F. Marshall,
whose temperance lectures created quite a
sensation a few years ago, has again fallen
into the slough of drunkenness. He reoently
lectured in Dubuque, Iowa, and was so com
pletely intoxicated tbat he could not stand.
Poor Tom's a-tightl
CITY NEWS.
To. i...nintna' : AanrwviTtnN MoMTHLT
Meeting Last Evenino The regular monthly
meeting of the Landlords' Association took
place last evening at the Walnut-street House,
Dr. F. P. Cahill, of the Madison, presiding.
The losses of all the hotels for tha month, as
reported by the Secretary, were $178 85, much
less than those of tbe previous month. The
list of delinquents will be published as hereto,
fore. '
The landlords, having received a carls
blanche to the Opera-house from Manager
Ban-as, returned a vote of thanks to tbat gen
tleman for his courtesy.
Judge Sweeney, the popular proprietor of
the Walnut-street House, then invited the
members of the Association and the repre
sentatives of tbe Press present to an elegant
ptiii touftr, which was heartily enjoyed by
all. The Judge's oysters and Jdeidsio were
pronounced excellent.
LAW REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
RxrvBAL to Set Aside an Obdir op At-TAcMsr-Higgins4
0o.vs. Henry Fulls. An at
tachment was ltwued on affidavit made tbat defendant
bad eold propertf wil h intent to defraud his creditors.
Objections raised ou tbe ground that the affidavit did
not follow the express languan of tho statute wet
overruled. Tho Court was of opinion that In point of
law no ailgnmeut was made uutll after the defrod
aut had let'' , the assignee not haviugaccepted. Upon
a review of tbe whole evidence they bad come to the
conclusion that there was an attempt to detraud Cred
itors and refused the motion to dissolve the attacn-
Tdward KlnseyandwifeTS. tab Bogers and wife
Au aotlon to recover for medicine ana professional
advice furnished by M rs. Kinney to Mrs. llogers for a
period of Dearly two yenra, something over S3TO waa
claimed. Tbe defendant contended that the bill was
excessive, and that n" good had been derived from
the medicine. J udpe Storer refused to strike out part
of the answer, and then proceeded to hear the caae
upon submission.
COMMON PLEAS.
Pivorm UniTS.-Judge Carter disposed of the fol
lowing suits for divorce :
Sophia Lamps vs. Herman Lampe. A daoree was
allowed on the ground of gross neglect of duty and
hibliual intoxication.
i'rederlka Surer va John Suter. A decree allowed
on the around of cruelty and adultery, and petitioner
restored lo i.er maiden name.
Kelson Gates vs. Jane Gates. Decree entered for
groas neglect of duty.
Vmhu wa M.m.ial Ttl.nor flaArOA An 1 Flfl
ground of adultery.
HOME INTEREST.
A. A. Eyater, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry, No. 341 and 271 Western-row.
p3" When out to-day seeking nice hats
and caps for the little ones, be sure and call at B. J.
Handler's, No. 262 Fifth-street, near Western-row.
Dagnerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western -row, over Hannaford'i
drug-store. Pictures taken and ut In good cases
for twenty cents. Warranted to please.
Atmntion 1 Don't forget, when looking
around to-day for a new hat, that Bibbert A Bro., at
Not. and 310 West Fifth-street, will sell yon one
for $l,e.iual to those sold by many other dealers
for ED,
PflOTOGBAPHS. -The One-dollar Photographs
that have made the Gallery of Dewey & Co., at No.
112 West Fifth-street, famous, continne to attract a
large crowd of visitors. Their Melainotypes, also,
are very fine.
Do you want a Coat, Vest, Overcoat
or pair of rants? Go to Frieldt Mcflulre'e estab
lishment, No. 266 Walnut-street. Tbey are prac
tical workmen, and will take pleasure in extending
every courtesy to sueh as choose to give them a call.
p3 J. Graff k Co. sell, this morning, at
V,i o'clock and 7 o'clock in the evening, at store Mo,
16 East Fourth-street, the balance of the invoioeof
Fancy Goods, via : Marble, Alabaster, Bohemian
and China Ware.
MARRIED.
KovemterZJ, at the residence of tbe bride's father,
D. Harper, Mr. Hamilton Iioyver, jr., to Miss Bailie
Harper, all of this city.
FOWLER-llATFIELD-Ou the 24th Inst., at the
rem tence of the bride's father, by Bev. J. J. Mitch
ell, 8. N. Fowler, Ksq., and Nellie, eldest daughter
of Geo. Hatfield, s., all of this city.
COOK-BONNEY.-In Covington, Ky..on the
2th tnat.. bv Knv. Wm. H. Fvfle. Mr. Wm. W. Oook.
of Sandusky City, Ohio, to Miss tiaiah B. Bonney, of
the former place.
DIED.
RD88ELL. Yesterday morning, of Inflammation
of the bowels, Dr. Henry C. Bunnell, in the thirty
sixth year of his ego.
WALTERS. At .1 o'clock on Thursday afternoog,
after a lingeriug illness, Mr. War lea Walters.
funeral from Sir. B. Day's, Heading, thle morn
ing, Hov, 26, at 10 o'clock.
TSOT.-At 10 o'clock on Thursday morning, after
a abort illness, M ra. Amelia Troy, aged tt years.
NEFF.-On Friday morning, Nov. 2, of mellg
naut scarlet fever, George vV., eldest son of Ambruia
W. and Rebecca to. Nod, in his filth year.
The funeral will take place from tbe residence of
his grandmother. Mra. Geo. W. Naff, No. HO- Broad
way, on (Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
CAR LOW'. On Thursday evening, Nov. M, at the
age of forty-six years, Airs. JUary 11., wife of B.
(arlor.
The funeral will take place on Sunday, 27th, at 10
o'clock, fr. in the residence of her aon-in-law, 8 W.
corner of John uud Long-worth -stroota. Frlendeare
invludto attend.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Fills.
t'nrely Vegetable and Pleasant to Use.
ttVAdmltted to be tbe Best Family Fill in use.
Preparodonl) by
GEO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
aa39-cm Corner of Fifth and Main-streets.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
MASS TEMPERANCE MEET.
INU.-Mr. HEWLKTT. the oelebrated
aud ijpolar Temperance Advocate, will address tbe
IMople of Cincinnati on SABUATU AtTKKNOON
at o'clock , at the Alelodeon Ball, corner of Fourth
and Walntit-Btreota. Attend, all you who desire to
hear a stirring speech from a lifghly-gifted man.
By order of the Committee. no2oa
OFFICE OF TBE PA98EN-
OKR RAILROAD
COMPANY OF CINCIN
N ATI. 8. W. corner of Third
and Kace-streeU. OctouerZXZ0iBE2
Vt, lKM.-Tble road Is now open. Care will start,
at Intervals of ten minutes, from 6:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence-street, and westward on
Fuurth-strret to Smith, and on Fifth-street to
Wood. Citizens will pleaae bear in mind that the
can will Invariably cross intersecting atreeta before
stopping for paasencrers.
ocll-tf JAMES f. BOBBINS, President.
A CONSUMPTIVE LIFE
8AYKT). (InnRtimntlnn. nHmartlv and am.
ayutially due to a disordered nutrition, can be ra
tionally attacked only by a medicine which reno
vate ibe nutritive power Such a medicine la the
I'EUUVIAN SYRUP; whoie chief Ingredient air'
directly and Immediately on tbe blood and arrests
the dieeanes safely and surely,
" UAtTiMoar, July u, 1851. I was suffering with a
severe catarrhal cough, accompanied by nlsht
eweata, loss of appetite and great debility, which
was daily increasing. In this etate I commenced
taking the Peruvian Syrup. In a few days, and be
fore In ad used the Hecond bottle, my cough lessened,
nlsht-ivrt-au ceased, appetite waa realored, and with
it strength and vigor beyond what I had enjoyed for
ten years, being able to walk several miles each day
without fatigue, while hitherto I could walk only a
short distance. A. 8. KELLOQO'
Principal office, 128 West Fourth-street, (Heave's
Building.) Call for pamphlet (gratis), describing
this new remedy. no!9f
THE GREATEST WONDER
OF THE AGE. The only really efficacious
article ever discovered for tho cure of eruptive dis
eases of all kinds, an articletbat shows to every per
son that uses It or haa used It, tbat it is the
KINO OF ALL RUSHDIES.
Mo one doubts Its efficacious qualities. A strange,
uncommon fact, not known in the history of any
other article.
Palmer' Vegetable Cosmetic Lotion
Is tho article referred to. From the slight prickly
heat, to the most virulent, unsightly and distressing
eruptive diseases, lta curative properties are made
equally manifest.
Krnptiona of the Kate, Tetter, Ringworm, Bar.
b;r'a Itch, fckaly, Itching, Irritating, or Pustulous
Eruptions of all kinds are cured by It,
The most;flattrlng testimonies are pouringln from
all Quarters, it fame having spread over not only
the whole Western country, but the East also.
Prloe 90 cents, or six bottles lor $39(1.
Prepared only by KOI.ON PALMEB, Agent,
nolo No, 36 West f Oiuth.streeU
SPECIAL NOTICES.
1 31. M. L. ISSIimiTlOS.
i ;' - j -
Xieotures
-BY
HON. FRANK P. BLAIR,
Tuesday Evening, Nov. 30, .
.. . . - .- . -AND-
EX-SENATOR HENRI 8. FOOTE,
Thursday Evening, Dec. I,
' AT
Smith & Nixon's Hall.
ADMISSION..
93 CENTS.
e i
Doors open at T o'clock. Lecture to oommenoeat
5 ocioca. n"
Phrenological and Physiognomical
EXAMINATIONS.
ft?jWrrH CHARTS AND DE
Kri? 8CKIPTI0NB of Character, Indlcal tng the
Occupation or Prol'easlon in life in which esib per
son may Dest succeed ana oe mou uaeiui ano nappy,
by Dr. O. BB A18A, No. lot Konrth-airaet.
Inn3ftn1
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CALEDONIAN SHADES
109 Vliie-st., oppoBlte National Hall.
FINE OLD BOURBON,
Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
Choice Wines,
Clgtrs, Alee,
Porters and Lacer.
mwU Liquors sold at tbe HUADES warranted
genuine. noma
DELAJVD,
GOSSAGE &
CUTLER,
"West Fourth-st.
Are now offering a large variety of
DRY GOODS
In all their departments, which, for beauty and nov
elty, can not be eurpaased. Citiaena and strangers
are invited to examine their etock, as it will bo the
greatest chance for bargains tbia season.
ELEGANT STOCK of DRESS SILKS
Bought at reduced prices, and selling extremely low.
LADIES' CLOAKS, &C.
Winter Fashions, In newest styles.
JC8T KCE1TED,
Bnlendid Velvet Cloaks ;
Oloth Vloaks of every etyle and price ;
Large variety of Hhawls and Scarfs ;
Oenta' Traveling Shawls.
WOOL DRESS STUFFS, &c.
AILwool Delaines, 37Xc per yard ;
All-wool Plaids, 37lo. per yard ;
printed Delaine at UA and 16c , worth 26c.
HOSIERY &1DERWB1R.
This department Is replete with every variety of La
dies' Ocuta' aud Children's Wear at reduced prices.
Zephyr Wool Opera Hoods.
Nuhlee, Shawls end Vails ;
Super Kid GIovm, in black, white and fplors, at
75 ceuM per pair.
CHEAP EMBROIDERIES.
MO Oambrlc Seta, at Si 10, worth fcl i
Job lot Bands and Flouncing,
Bed Blankets! Flannels!
10, 11 and 12 4 Whitney Blankets ;
Bed and White, Plain and Twilled Wool Flannels i
9. 10 and 11-4 Shaker Skirting Fiainels ;
Plaid Flannels, reduced.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPBBA-HOCSB.
noJl-MWASJ
CALEDONIAN SHADES
199 VUie-Bt., Opposite National Hall.
NEW YORK HERALD;
All the American Illustrated
And Sporting i'aper,;
London News;
Olasgow Post;
Edinburgh Newt;
Along with twenty others, on Sle, free to the public,
noai-a
r O X C3r 33 '
PATENT IMPROVEMENT
GRAB ARB STOW!
Any Style of Grate oaa be Set or Reset with
this Improvement.
WE ARB NOW PREPARED TO FILL
orders rapidly, aa we have a large force of
good workmen.
Have your grates set with the patent before cold
weather, or yon will regret tt. It it poor economy
to use your grates eet in the old way, burning twice
aa much coal aa yon need, and not obtaining half as
much heat aa the patent gives. The patent will save
onr money by reducing the consumption of fuel.
It will savo your health, by giving yon pure heat
and plenty of It to make your rooms comfortable in
all parts. It makes your home cheerful at a trilling
cost, which la soon saved in fuel.
We have now a full supply of the Patent Stoves,
plain and enameled.
Orders may be left at No. 20 West Fifth-street, or
sent through mall.
County and State rights for sale on suoh terms aa
will pay five hundred per cent., without auy risk.
J. B RYAN& CO.,
Proprietors ot Dodge's Patent.
J. BLAKELT, General Agent. noUde
Binlnger'sOld London Dock
Gin.
BININGER'S OLD LONDON DOCK GIN,
improved by age, and perfectly pure, as orig
inally Imported, designed especially aa a sale and re
liable medicine lor family use.
Just received. 60 cases. For sale by
KDWAttD SCAN LAN A (JO., Druggists,
no3ec N. E. cor. Fourth and Main-streets.
Pure Bourbon "Whisky.
75
BRLS. PURS B0UR130N WHISKY.
r For snle in auantulea te suit.
EDWAHU SCAN LAN A UU Druggist,
So N. K cor. Fonrth and Maln-t
no26c
"eeta.
PRESERVES, JELLIES, FRESH FRUITS
AND VEGETABLES, ftn.-JOHN BATF.8 baa
now on band a full ansortmentyf Freeerevea, Jelliee,
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, English l'lcklea and
Sauoee andnther foreign delicacies. Also, flee Wlnee,
Brandlei, Irish and Scotch Whisky, Jamaica Hum,
Ao. Also, Havana Ulgars of tbtchplreat description.
Voraaleby , JOHN BATES,
no ill National Theater )Uog,S) aJuore-tt.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
PLAYS !PLAYS! !
STANDARD DRAMA!
French's Minor Drama.
SPENCER'S BOSTON THEATER,
IN NUMBERS.
I0R BALE BY
C. A. PARTRIDGE,
Boot teller aud Stationer,
No. 107 Main-street, above Third
tnngoirtp
GREAT REDUCTION
IX THE PRICES
OF
FANCY SILKS,
' Black Silks,
IRISH POPLINS,
PLAIN FRENCH MERINOES,
Figured French Merinoes,
ENGLISH MERINOES,
Wool Delaines,
WOOL PLAIDS,
UNION PLAIDS,
FRENCH VALE JfC IAS
AND
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS.
The above Goods have This Day,
OCTOBER 22,
BEEN REDUCED TO SUCH PRICES
-A8 TO
DEKY COMPETITION.
Chas. S. Weatherby,
No. 112 FIFTH-STREET,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS.
lno23d
UNDERWEAR
FOR -
Ladies, Gents
-AND-
CHILDREN!
In Great Variety, at
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
CHARLES S. VUTUBBT,
No. 113 Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS.
lrjo23d
GIFTS! Glffl! GIFTS!
GEEAT,
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
nszt to Brnlth Nixon's Ball, Cincinnati,
Uhio. A splendid Gift, wnrtb from M cents to IOO,
will be glvan with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
Gifts consist of Gold and (fiver Watches, ladles'
Solid Qtdd Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, fine Gold
Bracelets, Gents' Go d Vest-chains, and a large va
riety of olhr articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
Mesnts to 100.
Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully Invited te
call and examine our stock.
A. A. KELLEY,
Publisher and Gift Bookseller,
no'Jl-tf No. 28 West Fonrth -street.
Fresh Bermuda Arrow-root.
FRESH BERMUDA ARROW-ROOT
Becker's Farina;
Corn Starch;
Suryea'a Mazenia;
English Patent Barley;
English Patent Groats.
Just received by
EDWARD BOANLAN t CO., Druggists,
no24e N. B. corner of Fourth and Main-sta.
Deodorized Coal Oil.
PURE DEODORIZED 00AL OIL FROM
the beat Manufacturers. For sale by
EDWARD BUANLANACO.,Driisiists,
no24c N. X. corner of Fourth and Main-sta.
Pure Sperm Oil.
PURE EfERM OIL, PREPARED
expressly for Sewing Machines and other floe
maohlnery. Gonatantly on hand.
EDWAKD ttGANLAN A CO., Druggists,
noMo li. . corner of Fonrth and Main-sta.
REMOVAL. E. OSMOND, M. D.,
Dentist, has removed to 17 Vine-street, near
eleventh, opposite tbe Gaa Office. . no-bm
rf1HANKSGIVINa QISTKRS." I
aL will be supplied with an extra fine Quality
of Oysters for Thanksgiving. Just the thing to stuff
your turkeya with.
JOHN FIRGTJSOrT, Grocer,
nol6 Corner Ninth and Tine-streets.
TTEW PENNSYLVANIA BUCKWHEAT.
--w I have on band a lot nf Pennsylvei la Bnok
wbeat which I am telling in 10, 12, li and 501b. sack,
and by tha barrel.
JOHN t'KRftl'UON, Grocer,
noli Corner KlnlbandViae-streeti,
NEW, ADVERTISEMENTS
REMITTANCES ,
TO ENGLAND,
niBLANJ .
hCOXLAND ajJ
We Issue sight BUI on
6P00NER, ATTWO0D CO., London;
ROYAL BANK OP IRELAND;
NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND,
In soma of 1 and upward.
BW Eickangs on franoe and Germany.
JAMES F. MELINE & CO., ,
oo2tdeol No. 17 West Thlrd.ettet.
o a- i
TO THE-
L AD I B S
A. GOOD
SEWING MACHINE
Is undeniably a " bandy thing to have in the house,"
especially when any sewing Is required, it la good
atall times, . ; ;
II'1 IT IS IV ORDER,
And when " ont of order," you ha an opportunity
to reflect upon how really useful it is when In-running
order. Still, it ia probably much better to
have a
SEWING MACHINE ?
that ia not too liable to booome disarranged, and
that can be relied upon to perform good sowing " at
the shortest notice, witb neatness aud dispatch,"
After several years' experience In the use of Sew
ing Machines, I have been induced to give, in an
entirely impartial and disinterested manner, (ef
course,) my opinion of what a
7
Should be,
And would add that
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.
Have, we think, succeeded in producing an ar tide
tbatconformstoit:
1. It should be well mado, simple in ils construc
tion, and oaaily kept in order.
2, It should make a tight lock-stitch, alike on both
aides of the material.
3. It should sew auy kind aud all materials tbat
oan be sewed, ' ' ;
4. It should be able to use cotton thread, or lilk
directly from the spool.
5. It should be able to sew from coarse to tfne, and
from thick to thin, witb rapidity, and without
changing the tension,
6. It should be able to niuke the tension gre.iler or
lesson both the under and upper threads, and with
uniformity.
7. It should hare a KTaaiunr needle; ui'BtEDone
aro liable to break. . ,
t. The needle should have a perpendicular motion.
This i absolutely necessary for heavy work.
9. It should be capable of taking in the largest
pieces of work.
10. It should be able to bind with a bi ider, hem
with a hemmer ; should atltrh, fell run and father,
11. It should be alwuys ready to work.
12. It should be capable of using the same alze of
thread on 1Mb sides of the work, and of using dlf
lerent colored thread or silk, above or below, to cor
respond with any two colors of cloth to be united. .
13. It should be able to makealongorBhortatitch,
14. It should be able to fasten off the team, and
is. It should run easily and makw but Utile noise.
16. It should have awheel-feed; none otheta are
in constant contact with the work.
17. It should not be liable to get out of order.
18. It should not be HuMo to break the thread or
skip stitches.
19. It should not tw necessary to use tbe screw,
driver wrench to set tbe needle.
30. It should not be liable to olltbe operator'
dress.
31, It ahould not form a ridge on the under side,
nor ravel out, nor be wasteful of thread, aa it the
case with all chain-stitch maohlnes.
22. It should not be "more trouble than it ii
worth." '
G-et tlxe 10 est.
SALES-BOOM,
No. 80 West Fourth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND WALNUT,
Cincinnati.
BRANCH OFFICES.
Lexington, Ky,;;
Cynthiana, Ky,;
Zan eeville, Ohio;
Indianapolis, Ind.
Buddell's Wills, Ky.J
Chillioothe, Ohio;
Vincennea, Ind,;
noX'
LADIESFURS!
rfcUR ASSORTMENT IS LARGE AND
embraces all the leading style In every variet
of FDR, which we warrant
NEW AND PERFECT.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.
HATTERS AND FCEH.IEH8,
' KO. 140 MAIN-STBEET,
nnie .. ' One door below Fonrth.
'! RIBBONS, 1 K
FLOWERS
Feathers and Winter Millinery, ',
Of every description, which I am selling at a smsl
advance on Mew Fork prices, wholesale and retai'i
J. WEBB, Jr.,
not 154 Flfth-street, bet. Baca and tlm.
SADDLE, TEUNK AND HARNESS
MANUFACTORY,
103 Mninalreei, Ihree sloora above Third,
KEEP ON HAND AND MAKE TO OR..
DKftall kinds of Horse Trappings, in the lst'
and most substantial manner. Also, large assort
ment of Horse BUaakete, Whips, Carpet ana Leather
I, .1 . i ., OT : . 1, . . ... I Vnlu. ' V.I!. I . .
ohhb, Driuie siw, xmuniv wu.., Tmiwa line real
sole-leather), Mall Trunks, Sponge, and a large as
ortment belonalni to Ihu line. I will a.llulw
as tbe lowest. i v .1 .
V. g. UAEEICK.
roia-ay , , ;
' ' D. DC FOREST, i
Book ' Binder and Puper ' Ruler.
Third atory Time Bnilding, will do all work In hi
In with neatness and dispatch.. iia-lr

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