ANDY W. FBANUISOO. JOES P. 0ALDW1LL
idivobs asm reersirrbas.
owes, H Tist iwbtk-btrim.
MONDAY -..................NOVEMBER 38
The arrival of the Balt'c bring on dsj's
later news from California; alio, one and
three-quarter million of gold. These rich
ingots are not the odIt riohe tht steamihlp
brings. One cm of tIk-worm eggs are of
the oargo, bound from China to Italy and the
South of France. This is but the avaunt cour
ier of th great commerce the wealth of
trade now in the egg, to be realized by the
United States from Paoifio ports. The ru
mored death of Kit Carson need oonfirma
tin. At St. Louis, where his daughter at
tends sohool, the rumor i discredited. A
difficulty Is reported between the Aeting
American Consul at GujamM, Sonora; a Cap-
tun of a United State sloop-of-war in that
port entered protest. The Texas Legislature
is In session, and has taken active steps to
make Cortinas walk Spanish from Browns
tills. It is reported that a French fleet will
blockade Vera Cruz, and that Miramon, atill
in the oounty, will march from Querataro
and make a land attaok on Vera Cruz. Mar
ques has not proclaimed for Santa Anna, nor
run off with the millions of money, but is
using the speole to save the country from
I ha Ortrland Mall has become quite an in
stitution Utah and California news are im
portant. Congress is to be called upon to rout
the Mormons. There had been Indian fights
with volunteer in Pitt River Valley. The
rush of emigrants is great to new-found gold
mines of California. The Comitook vein of
silver is believed to extend for ten miles, richer
than the mines of Potosl. The news from
Charlestown, Va., it that a real or meek panio
continued to prevail. Virginia has sent 100
men to 'Wheeling, "to guard the Ohio line
for which we are much obliged. An intima
tion is given to expected visitors from other
States that, as 1,000 soldi srs will be on guard
at Charlestown, on Friday, at the hanging of
Baows, the usual hospitality will not be
extended to strangers, who will have to stand
bsok tnd eat at the second table.
That a coalition between the South Ameri
cans and Democrats is to be effeoted on the
opening of the approaching Congress by ap
plication of "Spalding's prepared Olne," ad
vertised in another column.
That the Brown mixture prepared by Qov
iScrWise, to be taken next Friday, will prove
a drop too maoh -irritating instead of allay
IE the prevalent sectional fever.
That a oonnection of depots designed by
tall, will have to be made by Wat. A
"Ifronl" will thus be avoided.
Taut rjasaenirers now have a ehoioa of routes
from the Police Court to the City Prison, a
lorn-out being asnooessful experiment between
them. The Committee on Prisons," from their
experience in turn-outs, have been invited to
That Hibernian of Covington will toon
find their "Leathers" in the poatoffioe of that
city. In the mean time they must "Holt" on.
That Douglas has reoovered hi health.
He is reported to have walked out on Pennsylvania-avenue.
Dark designs toward the Ad
juiDlatratlon are imputed to him, at he looked
"Blaok" in tho face on meeting one of the
That Oum-"Sherlock" will not ttlok long
in the Clnolnnatl Custom-house.
That Henry Clay Pate has presented the
"white feather" he showed at Black Jack,
K alias, to the authorities at Harper's Ferry.
Further, that he decline to be reoognixed here
after a a Virginian. He say be never can
get over Harper's Ferry.
That a new Marshal for the Southern Dis
trict of Ohio is to be appointed for a six
That "corruption" has not appeared as a
rash on any member of our City Council. A
report from the Board of Health will be forth
coming to-night, or, at furthest, Wednesday
That several cart-horses have died recently
f-ora overwork in cleaning the street of this
city. This needs confirmation.
That Morocco tanning ha been quite suo
oeisful on French calf-skint. The Spanish
scle-loather Is still underfoot.
That John Bull) who stood for a while uor
decided on the banks of fair Zurich' waters,
has finally fallen in.
That to-morrow Miller and his men are to
1 cleared from the President' PostofBoe, in
Columbus; and that a Tom Sparrow i to
peroh on that roost.
That the time has nearly come for another
cWge in the Cincinnati Postoffice.
The People—Visitors to Cincinnati.
At the tireless oar with which the Passe gang
unci be rowing the people' bark, we become
observers of visitors to the city. Does the
faoes of friends become familiar, the novelty
and freshness of the face of visiters from
abroad, make amends? What a blessing a
piomen ade furnishes us, d ally , to see th hearty ,
bjpy countenances of people from Kentucky,
from Indiana, and from the East. They bustle
about lour markets, shop at the stores, mix
wilb tho merchants, barter at Ihe Exchange,
jostle us on the sidewalk, crowd to the photo
graph galleries, drive en our turnpikes, attend
t our opera-house and theaters, visit Spring
Grove, worship with us en the Sabbath, and
make themselves at home at our hotel. We
have hotels and landlords, too, competent to
receive them and be real host to them. W
have in this eity some of the best retail stores,
in all departments; equal to any found In any
', the Eastern cities. People from abroad
find it out they read our paper. Those
stores whiefa advertise In the Pmkt Puss are
vieired and well-sustained. , The shopping
done here from surrounding town It quite ex
tensive. Respect, then, the visitors to Cia
eini&tl. Merohants, advertise! advertise! ' :
The First Lecture of the Week.
A large turnout of eltlteos, and fair at
tendance from abroad, will distinguish the lec
ture at Smiti k Nixon's Hall to-morrow
night Hon. Fiaxx P. Bun will deliver a
lecture before the Y. M. M. L. Association
a "Colonization and Commerce:" . ,
Niwsriran Cao The Wheeling Va.)
win n:is neen auoontlnuod, and tne Utttm
will soon be Issued ia it place, under the
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Arrival of the Baltic.
Kaw Toax, November 27. The U. S. Mail
steamshio Baltic has armed from Aspinwall
with California advioes to the 5th inst. She
brings $1,750,000 in gold, and six hundred
and fifty passengers, including the offioere and
crew of th U. fcf. steam frigate Saranao.
The Baltic't advioes from California are to
the 5th Inst., only one day later than those
received oy the uveriand JUail and are entirely
destitute of general interest. The Bailie left
Aspinwall on the 19th, and oonnooted at the
Isthmus wltn me steamer Bolden Age, wbioh
was detained tony noun mme Hulf of Xenuan
tepee by a severe gale. The steamer Oritaba,
of the Vanderbilt line, left San Franoisco the
same tune as the Oolden Age, with two hun
dred and fifty passengers. The Baltic brings
on freight a hundred case of silk worm eggs,
from China, for Italy and theSoutb of Franoe.
The prinoiple consignees of the speole list are
as follows: Wells, Fargo k Co., $332,000;
American Exohange Bank, $148,000; A. Bel
mont, $100,000; E. Kelly, $110,000; Freeman k
The overland mail from St Louis, with New
York dates to tho 10th of October, reached
Gilroy on the 4th Instant. Nothing of im
portance had transpired at the Isthmus sinoe
the departure of the steamer North, Star on the
11th Instant. The steamer Northern Light, of
the Vanderbilt line, with mails and passengers
from New York on the 5th of November, ar
rived at Aspinwall on the 1 5th. The steamer
Baltic, whioh left New York on the same day,
arrived at Aspinwall on the 12th. The Northern
Light bad met wltn an aooident to nor
machinery at tea, and had also been on fire.
The extent of her damage was not known at
Aspinwall. Valparaiso dates are to the 29th
of Ootober. The frigate Laneatter, thirty-one
days from Bio Janlero, had not yet arrived at
Valpairaiso. The news Is unimportant.
Later from Charlestown.
Baltimohb, November 27. A steamer ar
rived from Norfolk with two companies of
troops. 170 men win so on to unariettown by
special train to-night
Two companies (100 men) left Charlestown
to-day for Wheeling, to guard the Ohio line.
The Virginia Cadets, and over 100 volun
teers, numbering In all over 200 men, went up
in a special train this afternoon.
These relnforoement will make the force at
Charlestown over $1,000 men. They are quar
tered in tne uourt-nouse and onurcnes.
Evert oar that passet through is searched
for armed men at tho stopping places in Vir
ginia. What new information has been received nas
mere seems, however, to be a determination
to deep up the panic. The military move
ment, it is said, grows out of a oonfldent belief
that an attaok will be mado to-night. It is
laid that Governor Wiae and Mr. Hunter
profeu to have received information that an
attaok will be made to-night. Companies
from all parts of the State have tendered their
services to tne uovernor; also, tour companies
from Georgia, and one from North Carolina.
The services of the latter have been declined.
The eitliens of Rookingham County have
tendered one hundred mounted men to proceed
to any part the Governor may require them.
The Biohmond Dupatck urges the people of
Virginia to stay away from the exeontion; it
says that visitors from other States, if they
sure permitted to be present at all, will be as
signed a position where they oan do no
Additional Foreign News.
Niw Yoei, November 26. The Jrioa,
from Liverpool on the 12th inst, arrived at
her dook this evening. Her mails will be sent
South to-morrow (Saturday) morning.
She brings advioes of the tame date at those
furnished by the Oireattian, bnt the papers re
ceived furnish additional items of intelligent
and interesting details
The Daily Newt of Saturday, the 12th inst.,
publishes a dispateh from Paris, stating that
the report that the King of Sardinia had re
fused to grant Prince Carignan permission to
aocept the Begenoy oonferred upon hloa by
the States or Central Italy, is false. All that
is known is that Franoe had formally coun
seled Sardinia to refuse to grant suoh permis
sion. The answer of the King of Sardinia to
this demand of Napoleon had not yet been
The nine hours movement in London has
ended. It is announced that a conference of
the building trades, after having carefully
considered their position, have determined to
withdraw from the strike.
The Timu'i oity artiole,in showing the prev
alent policy in France on a question of a war
with England, quotes, as the ohief authority
for its opinions, from a respectable French re
view published in London, in which it it
stated that in France the prospeot of a war
with England ii Incessantly disenssed in the
high plaoes of power : In the public o Sloes ; in
the navy ; among tne working classes and
men of business.
The army it reported as unanimous for war;
in the nav the desire for it amounts to a
phrenzy. The Churoh is as eager as either the
army or the navy. The oonolusions drawn are
that in a war with England, the French Em
pire has the power of satisfying the army and
Dvy gratifying the olergy, winning over the
Legitimists, and securing the suffrage of a
Locttviux, November 27 P. M. River
swelling slowly, with teven foet in canal and
five feet on the falls.
A LaCkkT MlSTlKBR FOR A LoRD. TWO of
the Pittsburg editors, it is taid, recently fell
In with a person they supposed to be Hon.
Grantley Berkley, on the Pennsylvania Cen
tral Railroad. They were charmed with bit
conversation and manners, and indeed felt
very proud (if they were gentleuon they
could have found no one they deemed their
superior) of his patronizing manner until they
learned, to their horror, that "the distin
guished nobleman" was the keeper of Lord
Grantley 'sdogs, with which he always travels.
NovilSali op Dead Lkttkbs. There was a
novel sale of dead letters at auction in Wash
ington, on Tuesday night, comprising five
hundred lots of articles of various kinds, ac
cumulated at the Dead Letter Office within
the last twelve years, including such things
as ear-rings, breastpins, fiogor-riogs, studs,
gold and silver watches, California gold, dia
mond pins, spectacles, purses, pocket-books,
head-work, embroidery, lace oollars, hand
kerchiefs, cuffs, surgical instruments, chil
dren's clothing, hats, boots and shoet.
Jiaoui Bokafarti Rirusmo) FaiMCB Hoh
o as. Jerome Bonaparte, of Baltimore, who
recently returned to the United States, has re
futed the dignity of Senator of France, offered
to him by bis father, Piince Jerome, in order
to lnduos mm to remain in France. Mr. Bo
naparte preferred the simple title of American
citizen to that of Senator of France. After
the efforts made by the American branch of
the Bonspartes to obtain recognition as legiti
mate member of the Imperial family, th
new oi wis rerusei win create some surprise.
A Post's Complimeht to His Win. The
wife of the poet Dryden complained that he
passed all Us time in reading, and never de
voted a thought to her. "I wish I were a
book." she cried, "and then at least, you
would look at me oooaslooally." "A book I"
exclaimed the poet, "I with you were I That
Is, I would have you an almanac, tenic changet
Bales Pativt Suits m thi Booth. An lm
portent suit was commenced last Monday In
New Orleans in the United States Circuit
Court, by Mosee Thompson, of New York,
against August Lessens, of Plaquemines Par
ish, for an alleged Infringement of an im
provement in nagosse urnaces; some thirty
or forty planter besides Mr. Lessep being
sueo bj in piawun tor vvu eacn.
LIFE OF AtiDKEW JACKSON. Br James Parton.
'Desperate ooureee make, oat a majority." vol.
I. New York: Mason Brothers, and 7 Mercer-
Tbis book Is for sals in this city and county
subscription ouly. John Bogge sole agent. 1
iiilf.' l- .n k. in ihM.tnlnmM. tha nrat a
now before as. contains 636 pages, and is .printed
extra whit, paper with a olearly deflnesjrie. J
iuui hi ft writer, is me uiou w u.'. "
describing tbe patriot hero Jackeon. He is thor.
turui, and gives interest lo every page of bl narra
tlv. Incident, of tbe brave old Chief are told with
bliintnees.and are well tuld withal. Those who wish
to preserve the fulleei record of tbe inner life end
full character of General Jackson mint place Par
ton's nook In their library.
WTi.n uniTTrrvRN flnvNKfl A Tn.rnr DiNnNlOH
and BoBDia Wis. By J. B. Jones, author of
"Wild West Scenes." Philadelphia: T. a. reter
eon A Brothers, 309 Chestnut-street. Cincinnati:
Bicker, Mallorjr A Co.
We would be glad if all record or proposed Disunion
was obliterated, and that the literature of the conn,
try might not he directed in the channel of "Unole
Tom's Cabin," or the "Wild Southern Bcenes."
This book, of an Ossawatomie Brown interest, is
Quito a seasonable ono, and we trustvlll "give pause
to extreme men on bum litlee of Mason and Uixon s
line, who are crazy on the slavery issue. The tori
ia a romance, but appear! to have almost anticipated
a Harper's ferry folly.
TUB! pniNKl P1PURM Tho mine euhllshen.
through tliolr Cincinnati agent, has placed betore
us Peterson's reprint or the 1'icnie Papers. This Is a
cheap edition of a standard work.
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF REAL MM.' Br
51. W. Savage, author of "The Bachelor of the
Albany," "My Uncle, tbe Curate," Ao, A. A. Kol
ley, fublliher, So. 20 West JTourth-atruel, Cin
cinnati. Thl. la hiuik itt nrnr 440 naana. which holds US In
nilrrnr rtt a. ivAll.fnM rnniMnrA thuKUU and life
of one of those character! best described as an uni
versal genlon. The style ia far above the average of
novels, the tone is elevated, and tbe laoguage that of
a manof learning.
PBIS0NEB8 IN THI PKNITKNTIART. The
whole number now oonfined within the walls
of tbe Penitentiary, at Columbus, is 876, of
winch 1V3 are negroes i o oi tne enure nave
no cells, and are compelled to sleep in the
hospital and library. The number expected
there shortly will fill both of those places to
Suicide ir Michigan. A poor woman, Jane
Niblach, who bad obtained a divorce from
her huBband on account of neglect and abuse,
drowned herself a day or two since in the
Red Pond Mill near Xecumsah, Mioh. She
possessed considerable intelligence and muoh
goodness of he.rt.
JT A few days sinoe a hog was killed near
Paris, Ky., and a live minnow found in the
dead animal's brain,
jest A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry, No. 341 and 171 Western-row.
sFor Christmas Presents go to Albert
Boss's, south -west corner of Eighth-street snd Western-row.
0f" Dagnerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford's
drug-store. Picture taken and ut In good case
for twenty oents. Warranted to please,
Among all th establishments olaimlng
to furnish geuteel Clothing, such as Tests, Pants
and Coats, only a few are entitled to tbs credit they
claim. Conspicuous among tbe good ones we would
nam the firm of Friel & otcOulre, Mo. 3M Walnut-street.
pB" Strangers and oltiaen requiring gifts
and presents, or
Blob, Dress Hair-pins,
Blohanl Beautiful Tans,
Elegant Pocket Knires,
Carved Pearl Card-cases,
Carved Pearl Forte-monnales,
NeedJe Books and Cases,
Steel Bracelets, Buckles and Slides,
Stereoscopes and Views,
Ladies' Bags and Forte-monnales,
O pera-a lasses,
Rich and Elegant Garters,
Ladies' Dressing Cases,
Ladies' Writing Desks,
Purses, Scissors, Basors, Shawl Pins, Brooches,
Bracelets, Perfumery, Booge, Parisian Pearl Drops,
Toilet Powder, Hair Dye, Hair Oils, Brushes, Combs,
Fine Soaps, Ac, should visit
JOHN D, PARK'S Bazaar of Fane r,
N. E. corner of Fourth and Walnut-streets.
MIDDLITON MARSH ALL. -In Augusta, Ky.,
at tbe residence of tbe bride's father, on Wednesday
evening. November 23, by Bev. Mr. Coons, Wm. Cle
iiea Hiddloton, Kat., to Alias Mary Tbornt Mar-
' UALIEN-DIJHN.-Oo Thursday evening, Nov.
ri at St. Xavler's Church, by Bev. Father Driscoll,
Mr John Anianuel Ualien, to Miss Kate A. Dunn,
Iwth of this city.
BCBKHAM POSTER. On Thursday, the 34th
inst., at the residence of Omer Tousey, ,g., by the
Ki'V. J. D. Long, of Indianapolis, Kliy 11. Burkham,
Esq., of this city, aud Miss Anna T. Porter, of Law.
BANBHAW. On Friday morning, November i
ut consumption, Bebecca Frances Bansbaw, aged 28
ANDER80N. November 26, at 2 o'clock, of scarlet
fever. Franklin Anderson, yonngest son of Harriet
and Thomas Anderson, agnd 7 years and 1 month.
The funeral will take place to-day, at o'clock.
MKEKKR.-ln Sanrigate, Vt , liovember 12, very
suddenly, Mrs. Mary Moeker, in the 61st year of her
Dixon's Sugar-coated Fills.
Purely Vegetable and Pleasant to Vet,
srAdmltted to be tbe Best Family Pill In nse.
Prepared only by
OKO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
au3t-cm Corner of Fifth and Main-streets.
THE TWENTY-FOURTH AN-
WFVtr oivtKDiKi or the Cincinnati Young
dleue Bible Society will be held in the Central
Presbyterian Church, corner Mound and TtarritrMta.
on Monday Evsninff. 2flth Nnvnmhr. &tv nVlnlr
After the usual opening exercise and reading of
Auuuai itepuria, uppuriuauy win ne anoraea lor
brief pertinont addresses; at the close of which the
annual election of odioers for tbe ensuing year will
A ooruiai invitation is extended to all. no28a
IN THE WEST END. Mr. HEWLETT.
the uumorons advocate oi tbe Temperance Reform,
will etxiak THIS (Mondavi EVKNINU tlilr-n.t
eeveu o'clock, at the Queen City Hall, corner Eighth
and Freeman. Tbe ladles, and all others in favor of
tbe annpreesion of the thrre thoitand doggeries in
ourinidst, are cordially Invited to be present.
Phrenological and Physiognomical
5VITH CHARTS AND DE-
VZJ 8CB1 PTIONS of Character, iodlcai Ing tbe
Occupation or Profession in life in which w.h per
son may beetsacoeed and be most useful and happy,
by Dr. C. UHAKSA, No. 104 Vnurth-sireet.
THE GREATEST WONDER
OF THB AGE.-Tbe only really efficacious
article ever discovered for the cure of eruptive dls.
sues or all kinds, aa ar Ucle that shows to every per
son that uses it or has used it, that It la the
KlBCl Or ALL BEMIDIE3.
Ko one doubts its efficacious qualities. A strange,
uncommon fact, not known In the history of any
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic Lotion
Is the article referred to. From the slight prickly
beat, to the most virulent, unsightly and distressing
sruptlve dlieaeee, Its curative properties are made
equally manifest. '
Xrnptlont of the Face, Teller, Ringworm, Bar.
ber's Itch, Scaly, Itching, Irritating, or Pustulous
Eruptions of all kinds are cured by it.
The moat;flatterlngtestimoualsare pouring In from
all qnarten, its fame having spread over not only
tbe whole Western country, but the last also.
Price SO cents, or six bottles for 12 in.
Prepared only by SOLON FALHBB, Agent,
now No. K West Fonrth-etmt.
OFFICE OP TBE PASHBN
iimPawv nt CINCIN
NATI. 8. W. corner of TMrtl
and Rjtrjl.atrMlta. October.
lft, WW. This road la now open. Cars will start,
at intervals oi wn nimuica, irom s-.w a. m.. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third -street
from Wood to Lawrenoe-stroet, and westward on
Fourth-street to Smith, and on Fifth-street to
Wmul l!ltlin. will nLui. hur In mind that the
car will Invariably cross intersecting streets before
stopping for passengers.
JAMES J. BOBBINS, President.
I M. Jl. LJSSOCHTION.
HON. FRANK P. BLAIR,
Tuesday Evening, Not. 29,
EX-SENATOR HENRY 8. F00TE,
Thursday Evening, Dec, 1,
Smith &Nixon's Hall.
Doors ones! at 7 o'clock" lecture to commence at
goclock. ' no2S
Special Call to Close Bayers
QUICK BALES! SMALL PROFITS!
No. 90 FIFTH-STREET,
Third house west of Tine.
AVIH9 JUST RETURNED FROM
. New York. I am now offering baroaina in fab.
ricaof everv desert otion for Fall and Winter Wear.
The attention of purchasers is particularly invited.
The following list of prices will show tbe induce
men is offered:
20 pieces Fanoy Dress 8llk.....,4l J7X ) lo
ii pieces Fanoy Dress Sllar...... 1 00 7S
10 pieces s ancy uress buk........ it io
M plooes French Htrlnoes -..-SO 87) 0
50 pleoes Frenob filerlnoss. ............ 1 00 7o
70 pieces French Morlaoes....... i 29 1 00
so nleoM new.aivle nirured do 1 37 Ja" 1 GO
2u pieces dark fareuiatta, cblnts
ooiora Hm.H e;t ov
1 case English Morlnoea. tSB4)teSMSe sW 16
1 oaee high-color bllk-warp do... 79 M
Figured All-wool Delaines.
20 pieces Mg'd all. wool Dlalns..,..40 U o 87
20 plecos rtg'il all-wool Delaines..- TO 5
1 ease Hamilton Gold Metal do.-... M IS
10 pieces email-pattern to.do..... 20 Wi
Worth letting at
9 -mi. a. r.aft.AAlriv Prints Ine
1 cases fast-color Prints .-.......ll0.
. ....... U ...m. ..d riraHaSianrf
tiprague's btst Print.,...., ...,I3X.
t cases Hamilton Canton Flaunel....I2c
.oaee naniiuuu isamuiu iuui...i.7iv.
4 ba ea all-wool Flannel .,..330.
60 dozen Ladles' Merino Hose. .....arise.
. iu. j I . J : IT I J ii.-.-
IVKJ uunu uouir ai, viuvo...........,...
100 doxen Jouvlu'i UidUlovee. JIlHo.
an nr. lutw MlaraMiH i.loh ftt4unt
lets, irom oo w i a per pair.
40 do. Gems' Drawers and Under-
vests.... - S73ic soe.
30 do. Ladles' Opera Hoods, from Mo. to II each.
Cloths. Castlmeres. Satinets and Jeans, for Men's
and fioya' Wear.
CLOAK, SHAWL AI Ft
I am offering still greater bargains in OLOAEf,
SHAWLS snd TUBS ; and, as I am not depending
on tbe profits made on my Cloaks and Shawls, I am
thus able to sell them twenty per cent, lower then
houses who have to make all their expenses exclu
sively by them.
A large stock of Cloaking Cloths, from II 2e to U
per yard. Also, a general stock of Cloaking Trim.
All Goods will be sold precisely as stated.
Call and examine before yon buy.
No. SO Fifth-street.
Third House Went of Vine, North side,
no2c CINCINNATI, OHIO.
WILSON, GABLICK CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
EAXSRS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
M-f Hogs, Pork, Lard, Whisky, Floor. Grain, Ao.
Office north-west corner Sixth and Main-streets,
Cincinnati, opposite the Oalt House.
The undersigned havlug formed a copartnership
in the General Produce aud Commission Business,
unoer ms si.yie oi vriiaoo, uenica at jo.t respect.
fully tender tlielr services andsollcit the patronage of
ineir irueuua sua in. puuiiG, rariicuiar attention
aid to ouyitig ana selling Hogs, Whisky, Flour,
train. Ac. Their Charsna will ha aa lnAdarnt aa
anv other rood house in thecltv. Bcforto tha mar-
chants of Cincinnati generally, v.
a. YfiijBUM, J a.,
H. T, OABLICK,
no38bm L.T. BAKR.
Glycerolo of Arnica.
AT THIS SEASON OF TBE YEAR,
when tbe effects from Barns, Scalds, Cuts, Ac,
prove difficult to remove, in consequence of the
exposure to cold, every person should have a bottle
of the Glycerols of Arnica at hand, for immediate
me in all such cases, as it not only relieves tha pain
caused by them, but also prevent all tbe usual un
pleasant alter euecia. rrepared and rr sal by
6UIHI, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
no28-c Opposite tha PoetofHoe.
Aromatic Tinct. of Myrrh,
FOR CLEANSING TEE TEETH, HARD
enlnav theOnma. and lmnart1na.aiAll0Mrtil nr-
fnme to tbs Breath. The well-known properties of
aiyrru auu u agroanuie rasie ana oaoi or tne Aro
mat'es with which it Is combined, have rendered this
nuciur. axocaaiugiy popular wnerever it nas been
Introduced. Prepared: and for sale by
SUIBK, KUKSTFIN A CO.,
noMo Opposite the Postofflo,
S fl BARRELS COPPERAS, JUST RE
-s v eeivsd and for sals by
BUilli, K0K8TII5 A CO.,
noMc Opposite the Poetofflee.
SIoLane's Fills and Vermi-
9sflll QA0SS MoLANE'S PILLS AND
sss vr v rermimge. received and for sale by
ttUlMK, HOKSTAIN UO.. Dmggisis,
noito Opposite the PostoHlce),
May s villa Coal Oil.
SHALL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON
havnd ft iiiddIv ot this nnruiimlntl L'aaI Oil.
abv TWM9 appua at inwas.pnoei,
6TJIBK, SUK8TIIM A CO., i
Opposite tbe Poetofflee,
THE GREAT SALE
' Still Greater Eeduction
-OF ALL KINDS OF
- -AT THAT- ,
Seventh and Western-row.
HAVING, AS WILL BE SEEN BY OUR
Isut srlTArtiRAmnnt. rftdncfld tha nrlcsM of Hta-
pl ftnd Fancy
Full fifteen per cent, less than any other house In
tbsolty, we are now, through the Indefatigable ex
ertion of our buyer In the Kast, enabled to furnish
Goods at least FIVE PER CENT, below those quoted
In our last list of prices, ,
Colored Silks 2 35
Colored Silks 87U N)
Black Silks. Si 00 70
Black Bilks. las 100
BrocheBqmare Shawls 7 60 4 SO
Broohe Square Shawls....- 10 00 7 00
Broche Long Bhawls U M 8 W
Broche Long Shawls...- 16 90 11 10
Bevarslble Shawls (new style). o JO 00
Siuare Wool Shawl 3 JO 2 S6
Long Wool Shawls i ii Hi
Long Wool Bhawls.... t SO 6 25
dents' Shawls JO 3 7ft
Genu' Shawls........ 7 00 5 00
French Merinoes....--. 5J. ii
French tlerlnoe4..... 1 00 73
200 pieces English Merinoos........ 37. 21
200 pieces English Herinoes, fins 40 33H
900 pieces Delaines m 32H 12),
100 pieces 4-4 French Chintzes. 3 ' 12,H
200 pleoes Oallcoes..: 12H 8H
lOOdoien Hoods. m t'iH 20
100 doien Hoods K7H M
300 Collars. . tZH 2t
HO Oollars .. 1 00 50
1,000 dog. Ladies' Wool Hose. 29 UH
Oents' Shirts and Drawers..,.. 1 00 90
All oolors Wool Flannels.......... StH 3i
Linen Tabls-oloths 1 OS 7
90 pleoes Irish Linen....... CO SO
Satinets, all shades 75 90
Castlmeres, all shades............ 1 12tf 76
Being desirous of cultivating a CLOAK TBADS,
we are selling this class of goods at such prices as
will really astonish purchasers.
8. O'REILLEY & SON,
SEVENTH AND WESTERN-ROW.
JUST BECEITID AND FOB BALE BY
RICKEY, MALLORY & DO.,
No. 145 Main-street.
Twelve Years of a Soldler'a life In
Being Extracts from tbe Letters of tha late Major
W. 8. B. Bodson, B, A. Including a Narrative of
tbe Siege of Delhi and Capture of tbe King and
Princes. Edited by his Brother.
I vol. 12mo - Fries 79 cents.
Tbe Virginia us:
A TALK OF THK LAST CKNTl'RY.
By W. M. Thackeray.
1 vol. 3vo Price 12
AI Home and Abroad:
Br Bayard Taylor,
1 rol. Uuio, with two steel engravings Price 8l 29
Wild Houthern Scenes:
A Talk or Disunion anii Bobdmr Was.
By J. B. Jones, author of " Wild Western Soenes."
1 vol. 12mo M.....Price ?1 26
A History of the Four Georges, Kings
By Samuel Smncker, LL.D., antbor of "Court and
Reign of Catherine II," " Life and Times of Alex
ander Hamilton," Ac.
I vol. 12mo Price It 26
Mary Staunton :
Os, The Potiu or Habvel Ball.
By tbe anthor of " Portraits of My Married Friends."
I vol. I2m Price tl
Tbe Money-King, and Otber Poems.
By John O. Saxe,
1 vol. Umo, with a new Portrait.,.. Price 76 cents.
RICKEY, MALLORY & CO.,
No. 145 MAIN-STREET.
W. M. F. HEWSON,
STOCK AND BILL BROKER,
No. 98, Basement Masonic Temple,
OFFERS FOR SALE I
$10,000 Covlngtou and Lexington B. B. Co. Preferred
. Income Bonds.
(3,000 Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton R. B. Co. 2d,
. Mortgage Bouds.
$1,000 Indiana Central B, B. Co. 10 per cent. 24,Mort
Jl.OUO Indiana Osnlral B. B. Co. 10 per cent. 2d Mort
. gage Bonds.
$9,0uo Mortgage Note given In 1899, at elht years.
15 to 23 Shares Farmers' Bank of Kentucky Stock.
I have for loan on improved Beat Aetata in the city,
AIiSjO, FOB. SALE FOR CaBHi
A large and desirable house and lot In Covlngtoa.
KT M. F. HEWSON, of the late firm of
v w euewson Uoimes.wlll oontlnne theOommls
slnn, Stock and Bill Brokerage business, at their old
offloe, No. , B uement Maeonlo Wulldlng, Third
street, lie solicits a oontinuancuof the bustueasbere.
tofore so liberally bestowed on the old firm, nelttam
CC0TCH AND IRISH -WHISKT.-Just
received, 4 puncheons very superior Old Scotch
and Irish Whisky. For -ale bv
a. McDonald a co
no?8 66 and Branch Store 24 West Four th-st.
SCOTCH ALE AND LONDON PORTER.
Just raoslred, 76 casks Disher's, Voungpr'i, and
other oolabnited brands Scotch Ale and London For.
ter. ror sale by a. uoivra.iji uu.,
noM aud Branch emre nv m Fourtbt.
OLIVE OIL Just reoelved, 48 dozen
flagons very superior Olive Oil. For sale by
, a. Mcdonald oo.,
ao2S 66 snd Branch Store 240 West Foorth-st,
TO BNGLArVD. . . ,
We isrts sight Bills on
8T00NER, ATTWOOD A CO., London: ,
ROYAL BANK OF IRELAND; .
NATIONAL BANK OV SCOTLAND,
In sums of 1 end upwards. -WW
Xxokange on Franoe and Germany.
JAMES F. MEIINE & CO.,
HAVE ESTABLISHED THB FACT
that they are soiling lumber at their yard osj
Freeman-street, next to Cincinnati, Hamilton and
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Dealers in the city,
"Quick Sales and Small Profits
18 THKIB MOTTO.
Tbey submit the following list of jsrlces:
Oasb. 4 MoV
Clear lumber, all thicknesses, 1 in. meas $37 60 gtOSO
Best Common, IX and 2 inch Plank 28 00 30 ?
Beet " I inch Boards.... 28 78 2S 04
Second " . all thikneeses.,..M Msaise. S 16 60 17 K
Third " Board II 60 13 61
Grub Plank, face measure 22 60 26 est
Hemlock Joist, Scantling and Timber..., 11 90 12 Ml
Poplar " ' ' ... 12 60 14 00
First Common Flooring Boards 39 00 S7 60
Spnd ' " " 23 76 29 00
Third ' 18 60 20 00
First Common Weather Boards is oo 17 BO
Second ' ' 11 12 00 13 oo
Cedar Posts, 4 by 4, 8 feet, per hundred... 66 00 60 09
Cedar " for fencing, " " .. 30 00 S3 66
Loeuet " " " ' 20 00 22 60
A further reduction of Mrr cent, will be made on
bills of JWOor more.
We have one of the largest aud best selected stocks
of Lumber in the Cincinnati market, which we offer
for sale at ine apove prices.
THOS. W. FARBIN & CO.
Coal Caohiiig Store,
AWAHDED THI BILTXB UIDAL
Held at Zanesvlllc, October, 1890.
CHAMBERLAIN & CO.
SAMPLE AND SALE-ROOMS,
Nos. 51 and S3 Vine-st
'' (Seoond door Below Colnrnhia,)
CINCINNATI. OH in,
PLAYS !PI AYS!!
French's Minor Drama.
SPENCER'S BOSTON THEATER.
FOR SALE BY
C. A. PARTOBDGE,
Bookseller aud Stationer,
No. 107 Main-street, above Third
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STEEET,
next to Smith A Nixon's Hall, Cincinnati,
Ulilo. A splendid Gift, worth from 60 cents to $100,
will be given with evnry book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
(lifts consist of Gold and Giver Watches. Ladles'
Solid Oold Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, line Gold
Bracelets, Gents' Quid Vnst-chaius, and a large va
riety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
0 cents to 100.
Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully invited to
call and examine our stock.
A. A, KELLEY,
Publisher and Gift Bookseller,
No. 28 West Fourth-street,
BY DOUBLE ENTRY
Will save half the usual amonntof labor, and Is
curate and readily comprehended.
All Interested In the Science of Accounts ar
ilted to call and examine this new method and
for themselves. '
The Bvenlng Session will commence
ON NEXT MONDAY EVENING,
S5sr pay Classes meet as usua l.
E. 8. BACON, Principal
J. II. DOTY, Vlrist Assistant. ocarf
F Ii Q,l E S ;
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, whioh 1 am selling at smfl
advance on New York prices, wholesale and rata)',
J. WEBB, Jr.,
no. 1 S4 rirtb-atreet. Ut. Kace and Elm.
Binlnger's Old London Dook
BININOBR'S OLD LONDON DOOK GIN,
improved by age, and perfectly pare, as orig
inally Imnorted, designed especially as a safe and re
liable medioine lor family use. i
Just received, no cases. For sale by ' . -icnw
ART) Hnaajr.a v j. iin n..ffAi.t..
6c N. K. cor. fourth an'd Main-streets.
GIFTS! GIFTS! lilFTS!
Pure Bourbon ' Whisky.' " '
iffm BRLS. PURE BOURBON WHISKY.
'-v For sale in quantities to suit. '
KDWABO 8 'IAN LAN A 00., Druggists, ;
noaic N. 11. cor, fonrth and Main-streets.
a. H. Deters,
No. S3 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
HAS NOW IN. 8 T 0 E B A LABGK
8TOOK Of v - ' . '
WATER-PROOF BOOTS, ,
To wbloh he invites tbs attention of the public
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