ANDI W. FBAN0I8O0. JOHN D. OALDWILL
ditom ui raeraiaToaa. -
otnoi, 14 mm rovm-snin.
The Fire-alarm Telegraph.
Johk N. Gamivili, A- Co'. have been allowed
the aie of the City Counoll Chamber to exhibit
the working machinery ct the American Fire
alarm and Polloe Telegraph. . The wire, bit
Urine, do., are now la the hall. The proprie
tor), who have secured soma eleven paten le,
bare a inperlor apparatus, and will. BO doubt,
le able to pat It in oomplete operation in this
city for $40,000, In ash or bondi. It li In
operation In Loniirille and Boston, and a con
trast for 5T,000 hu been made to apply the
apparatus In Now Orleans. To-night the
committee will hare a oonferenoe with the pat
entee, and It ia expeoted that the bell of George
street Bnjine-houM will sooaJiba operated
apon by the eleotrie flald. The main itatlon
cf the telegraph lines to be laid will be at
the offioe of the Chief Engineer of the Fire
Department, whioh, it ii our opinion, ehonld
be in the room adjoining, or near the office of
the Mayor and the Chief of the Polloe. Seventy
boxes about the oity, no doubt, would render
adequate faoilltlei to both department.
Five very worthy dentist, of Fourth-street,
addre sued us a note yesterday, in referenoe to
a paragraph In our looal column of yesterday.
The explanation elsewhere renders the publi
cation of their note unnecessary. All right on
PXodd's magnum bonum bivalves are cer
tainly equal, if not superior, to any imported
to this city. Those wanting outers should
call In at 253 Walnut-street, and give them a
trial. ' .
Lacings Bbpomtbi T. M. M. L. Assocu
tion. Hon. Frank P. Blair, jr.. of St. Louis,
Mo., will deliver the third leoture of the oourse
before the Y. M. M. L. Association, this even-
toe, at Bmlta & Nixon's Hsu, on "Colonlia.
tion and Commerce" theme he is well pre
pared to treat. We presume he will draw
large auuieooo. ,
A Mar Daops Diad ih thi Strext Cobo
wr.a'a Inquest. A difficulty occurred, jester
diy afternoon, at the corner of Fifth and Wal'
ant-streets between a physician and the driver
of an express-wagon, both of whom had driven
into a narrow passage, and a predicament from
wDton they could not extrloate themselves un
lees one of them backed, and this they both re
fated to do.
In the melee that ensued, a man about forty
years of age, named Edwin Arthur Gonijon,
took an aotive part, and became very much ex
cited. After it had been settled, however, he
turned to walk away, out bad . not proceeded
far, when he fell to the sidewalk. He was
taken np immediately, and medical aid called
in, cut before it reaoned nim be was dead.
Coroner Carey was oalled upon, and bald an
inquest upon the body, whioh resulted In a
vsidiot or deatb from appoplexy.
Bbancb Cut Paiaos aud Wox-hocss.
Coanell has taken an advance aten toward an
improvement in tne condition of the female
vagrants of the City Prison, by resolving to
transfer them to a building where they can be
lastrootea ana trained to Habits of industry.
The Mayor will detail one of the polloe to su
perintend the new prison, which is the unoe
espted school-house on the north side of East
Front and Parsons-street. The following is
the reeolntlon authorizing the projected im
provement: Retained, That the Committee on Police and
City Prisons be and they are hereby author
iied and instructed to obtain possession of the
scbnrl-hnuse now vacant in the Third Ward,
and fit it up, and cause the same to be altered
and arranged as a Branch City Prison and
Work-home, for the female vagrants, who
may hereafter be committed for any term
over sixty days; and also, that they shall be
empowered to employ one female as matron
and guard, with not more than three females
as assistant guards and instructors, under
such rules and regulations as shall be estab
lished by the committee, and in accordance
with the ordinance now in existence; provided
that the expense shall not exceed $1,000 for
fitting up the premises.
Tan Talked op Ediiobiai. Dcm.. We have
referred to the prospect of a duel between
two of the leading editors of the oitv, Mr.
Geo. P. Buell of the Evening IW, and Mr.
Murat Ealstead of the Daily Commercial, in
regard to a comment by the latter journal upon
an article In the former. The correspondence
between the gentlemen has been published,
and from that it seems that the Commercial' t
explanation of the offensive article was not
satisfactory to Mr. Buell, who, by his friend,
Major Washington Armstrong, desired to know
where a note would reaoh Mr. Halstead out
side the Jurisdiction of Ohio. To this note Mr.
Hale lead refused to make any reply, or to pro
ceed any further in the affair; whereupon Mr.
Buoll publishes a card in the Timee and, after
referring to the correspondence, oloses thus:
"It will be ob.'erved that Murat Ealstead
possesses the qualities of the blackguard, but
shrinks, in the spirit of that etiquette properly
termed physical cowardice, from any opera
tions involving personal risk. - As he has, in
my opinion, placed himself beyond the pale
of honorable men , by refusing to repair
en apparently intentional Injury, I shall
not consider myself under the necessity of
noticing anything he may write or lay. When
he shall relieve himself, by the only method in
his power, from the imputations In this article,
he will find me ready to accommodate him to
any Imaginable extent."
So the affair stood last evening what more
may take place no one can say.
Aocxttid Bowldsbbd Stbiitb. The fol
lowing additional list of streets, whioh have
been bowldered and aeeepted by the city, will
hereafter be kept in repair from the General
Nvrtker District Twelfth, from Walnut to
Tine; Twelfth, from Western-row to Elm;
Thirteenth, from Vine to Race; Fifteenth, from
Elm to Miami Canal; Fifteenth, from Western-row
to Miami Canal; Mary, from Walnut
to Vinr; Lucy, from Liberty to Mary; Moore,
frr m Walnut to Liberty; Corwln, from Walnut
n Hamilton Road; Liberty, from Walnut to
Vice; Kaoo, from Liberty to Green; Mulberry,
irsn Main to Looust; Buokeye, from Main to
Locust; Milton, from Young to seventy-five
fee. Weft of Spencer; Mellndy, from Main to
Clay; Hopkins, from Cutter to Linn; Wood
waid, from Sycamore to Pendleton; Baymlller,
fnm Liberty to Dayton; Koisnth, from Court
to Cl?rk; Clinton, from Western-row to
Frjeumo; Clark, from Cutter to Baymiiler;
Pinp, from Gest to Clark; Poplar, from Linn
to Freeman; Melanethon, from John to Jones;
Logan, from Liberty to Rider; Green, from
L"gsn to Flu; Stark, from Dunlap to East
Plum; Dayton, from Western-row to Linn;
Lion, from Liberty to Flndlayg Hamilton
Road, from Dunlap to Bast Plum; Henry,
from Elm to Dunlap; Liberty, from Western-
row to Reoej Everett, from Western-row to
John; Jail-alley, from Main to Sycamore;
rut-alley, from Main to Sycamore; Trunk-
alley, from Western-row to Providence; Col
lege alley, from Webster to Franklin.
JBaeUrn ZHterid Lodge, from Fifth to
Seventh; Front, from Kllaoar to Pike; Ludlow.
fr m Front to north Hoe of the wharf; Eighth,
from Main to wainnt; jrront, from Alain to
Walaat; Third, from Washington to Martin;
Ha Uir'-alley, from Tine to Lodge; Klrby-
uey; t-om front w cteoaa.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
CHiEissrowa, Va., November 28 P. M.
Saturday and Snnday the town was crowded
with strangers and military. Extensive pre
parations an making for the reception of the
additional military forces now approaching.
Churches are all taken possession of for bar
racks. Sentinels are nightly firing at imagin
ary foes, and a number of oitiiens bare nar
rowly escaped their bullets.
Sunday night the military eonfdently ex
pected an attack, and sentries were doubled;
no foes appeared, however. How they are ex
pected to arrive is not stated, but as the coun
try ia being patrolled for twenty miles around,
It must be by the underground railroad. It is
stated on good authority that Governor Wise
has sent spies into Ohio and Pennsylvania, and
it ia from their reports that large bodies of
men are arming and moving toward Tirginia;
that the military foroes are being so largely
augmented. About seven hundred additional
troops have arrived here since Saturday, in
cluding two companies from Wheeling, so
that we have now about one thousand five
hundred military under arms.
A letter from Huntingdon County, Penn.,
states that large bodies of armed men are mov
ies: toward Virginia, across North Mountain,
supposed to be on their way to Charlestown.
These reports are the eaate of constant panic.
All la quiet to-day, and arrangements are be
ing made for the ereotion of the gallows.
New York, November 8. The Timet
nnhliihim dianatah from Mexico, eta Pan
ama, which aaya that the Conservatives led
-. . . . i i t i i n n
Dy uen. tsoruo ana ine xiioenus oy uu. iur
onado, met at Teipio, Mexico, about the 8th
inst. The Conservatives were victorious, kil
ling Gen. Coronado and four hundred of his
men. The loss of tne Conservatives is not
known, but supposed to be aa great. The
liioeraia nets w junzauau.
' Gen. Coronado bad imprisoned Her British
Majesty's Consul at Mazatlan, on account of
his refusing to pay a second duty on the
pyto. Capt. Sidney Green Fall, of Her British
Majesty s steamer jkmeuiyei, reieaeeu wiui u
hlnnb-rlt iV nnvt. uitlns twn nf their shins
loaded with cotton. Capt. Stone returns to
Bonora wun an escort oi iwo nunoreu u mieu
States troops and four hundred civilians.
Later from Havana.
Cbablestok, 6. C, November 28. The
steamship Jtabel has arrived from Havana.
The Marquis Serrano, the new Governor
General, arrived on the 24 Ih inst., and was
received bv a grand demonstration. Ue had
been sworn in and entered upon the duties of
The Sugar market was firm at an advanoe
of Mo. The stock at Havana and Matansas
waa 79,000 boxes against 60,000 boxes at same
time last year.
The Japanese Commissioners.
Naw York. November 28. A report,
believed to be well authenticated, prevailed
at Aspinwall, to the effect that the Japanese
Commissioners would leave xeaao on tne zzd
of February for the United States, via the
Sandwich Islands, San Franoiscoand Panama,
and that the United States frigate Koanoke,
now at Aspinwall, was to be fitted np fur their
reception, ana would oonvey mem to tnu
Sr. Louis, November 28. The river has
risen fully foot at this point, ia the last
twenty-four bours, and is still swelling.
Nothing new from any of the upper streams.
The weather is clear and frosty.
Lociaviu.., - Navembaa 8B. - Tha tivw U
falling slowly, with six feet nine inches water
in the Canal, and four feet nine inohes on the
Chicago, November 28. In the case of Geo.
C. Bates against the Illinois Central Railrosd
Company, whioh has been on trial In the
United but as Court for the past fortnight, in
volving the right of the defendants to their
depot property in Chicago, waa decided to-day
in favor of the Railroad Company. This is
the second time the oase has been tried with
the same result.
St. Louis, November 28. The Utah null
brings dates to the 3d.
We have accounts of tne execution ot Xnos.
H. Ferguson, for the murder of Alexander
This is the first judicial execution that has
ever taken place in the Territory.
Arrival at New Orleans.
New Ost-EANS, November 28. The Moice
Taylor has arrived with Ban Francisco dales
to the Mb, and Havana datea to the 25th. No
Captain-General bad arrived in Cuba up te
the 23d. Sugars are exoited ; holders demand
From Brownsville, Texas.
New Oeleams. November 28. We have
dates from Brownsville to the 20th. Lieut.
Tennlson report that three hundred troops and
the eitiiens were protecting the oity. They
were closely besieged, but no attack had yet
New York Bank statement.
Skit Yobk, November 28. The Bank state
ment for the week ending on Saturday, shows
decrease on loans ol eW.VUU: decrease in
specie 11,011,000 ; decrease in circulation
tii.vvv. me decrease in specie uooa nov in
clude the remittance by the steamer Baltic.
Southern Pacific Railroad.
Louisville, November 28. The remaining
three-fifths of $250,000 have been raised here
for the construction of the Southern Pacific
Kailroad. Ibis secures Thompson's accept
ance of the Presidency, and the immediate
extension of the road.
A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry, Sos. M and 771 Western-row.
JpYm Christmas Presents go to Albert
Boss's, south-west corner of Eighth-street and West
Daguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Eaunaford's
drug-store. Plcturee taken and nt la good casos
for twenty cants. Warranted to please.
Last and Clobiro Bali or Sioaoa Padol-
rwi.-The invoice of Marble, Alabaster and Fancy
Goods will be closed out at Auction on Wednesday
evening, Hot. 30, at 7 o'clock, at our store, No. IS
last ronrtb-street. JACOB GRAFT, Auc'r.
Opera and Bridal Fans,
Pearl Stick, white Silk, plain ;
Pearl Stick, white 811k embroidered ;
Pearl Stick, white Silk silvered ;
Pearl Stick, Parchment Painted I
Ivory Stick Broad Van, white, red, blue and pink BUM
Ivory Btick Silvered, spangled, embroidered Silk
Ivory Stick, elegantly painted, Silk ;
Sandal-wood Stick, broad Silk, all colors ;
Hair Pins, blue and gold, coral and gold ;
Bead Dresses, blue and gold, coral and go'd ;
Card Cases, plain and carved pearl shell ,
Porte-monnalee, with chain, leather, illver, velvet I
Btereoecopes and views ;
Steel Bracelets and Brooches ; '
Steel Buckles and Slides ;
Coral Necklaces and Ties i
Jnat received, a line of elegant Elastics ;
With Bows, Bosettee, and la Embroidery ;
White, Blue, Pink and Crimson Silk ;
Drab, Lavender, Green and Straw-oolortd Silk 1
Silk, Velvet, Kid, Buckskin and Thread.
I. a Ladles' Dress "an
JOHN D. PARK,
ft. G. corner ot fourth and Walnut-streets.
A Negro Satan and Oosobalbd in Kis
tucxt. Hardy Williams, a free man of color,
residing near Bowling Green, Ky., having
been missing for several weeks, and snsplclon
having arisen of foul play, a search was In
stituted and he was found on the premises of
an old oltiien, R. J, P. Marshall, where he
had been burled and wheat sown over the
grave. Hardy was a notorious and dangerous
character, and there Is little doubt that Mar
shall killed him. Why he should have en
deavored to conceal the act, for which he would
not have been punished, is, however, a little
THE MASONIC LODGE OF
INSTRUCTION will meet THIS
tTBUINA 1 Anlntr All Ml.. . Q
sods Id good standing are inrited to be pree- X1T
at. Br order of . f,
no2va ttuwABU bsitbubs,
Y. M. M. Ii. ASSOCIATION
A mMtln nf th member of this Alio.
ciauoawill be held To the Liunry ftoems ouSAT
UBDAY KVENINO, Deo. I, at 7 o'clock, for the
eurpoM of aprolotlni a commlltee of seren mem
Mrs, by ballot, to nominate oflkere for the ensuing
year, in conformity with the provinlons of the ulntu
article of the Constitution, and for the transaction
of tucb other buslDeai as mar be presented. Br order
of the Board. LnoMeJ J. t. TALBOT, Beo. Boo.
THE FRIENDS OF TEMPER.
ANI1E1 AWAKE. Mr. 8. M. HEWLETT.
the uarlr friend and co-laborer of John B. Oough,
will ftllr Am at tile Alnonent arid hnmorona
speeches ON THIS (Tneadar) EVEN 1 NO, at the
aletbodisi Church on Qeorge-strMt, between Cutter
aodLlnn. Crowds are flocking to hear the speaker.
Qo earl? If rou with to obtain a eeet. It
Phrenological and Physiognomical
WITH CHARTS AND DE-
HCRl PTIONB of Character. Indlcat Int the
Trminoilnn or ProfeieioD In life In which eaih Mr
son mar best succeed and be moit useful and happy,
bj Sr. C. EUAKBA, Mo. 104 rourtb-sireet.
fte?9KENNED'S MEDICAL DI3.
f&tf OOVEBY Is acknowledged br the most em
ueui physicians, and by the most oareful drurgiits
throughout the United States, to be the most effectual
blood-puriBer ever known, and to hare relieved more
suffering, and euecteil more permanent cures, than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Haft Rheum, Errsipela, Scald-head, scaly eruptlous
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the 8y item restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit dlreoiiunsfor theoureof ulcerated sore
legs, and other corrupt and running ulcers, Is glvon In
the pamphlet with eaoh bottle, for sale by JOHN D.
PAKK, SUIBK, K0K.STK1N ti CO., and GKOBOB
M.DIXON. Price II. eD!9-ar
OFFICE OF THE PASSE N
nan.a. w.corDeroi inira
and bace-atieeta, October,
IS, I860. -This road is nowopun. Cars will start,
at Intervals of ten minutes, from 9:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence. etreet, and wettward on
Fourth-street to Bmlth, and ou Fifth-street to
Wood. Cltisens will pleaae bear In mind that the
cars will Invariably cross internee tlug streets before
stopping for passengers.
oclJ-tf JAME8 J. BOBBINS, President.
THE GREATEST WONDER
OF THE AGS. The only reslly efficacious
article ever discovered for the cure of eruptive d Is
eaieeof all kinds, an article that shows to every per
son that uses It or has used It, tbat It Is the
KINO OF ALL BEUIDIES.
No one doubts Its efficacious qualities. A strange,
uncommon fact, not known In the history of any
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic Lotion
Is tho article referred to. From the slight prickly
beat, to the most virulent, unsightly end distressing
eruptive diseases, Its curative properties are made
Eruptions of the Face, Tetter, Blngworm, Bar
ber's Itch, Scaly, Itching, Irritating, or Pustulous
Eruptions of all kinds ere cured by It,
The most.flatterlng testlmonals are pouring In from
all Quarters, its fame having spread over not only
the whole Western country, but the East also.
Prlo M cents, orsli bottles for Si SO. .
Prepared only by SOLON PALM KB, Agent,
oolS No. M West Fourth-street.
HON. PRANK P. BLAIR,
Tuesday Evening, Nor. SO, ,
EX-SENATOR HENRY 8. F00TE,
Thursday Evening, Dec. I,
Smith & Nixon's Hall.
etie axes awe seeeeats. eeeesesei
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Lecture to commence at
8 oolook. no.fi
Are now offsrlng a large variety of
'nail their departments, which, for beauty and nov.
l-ltv. Can not be lirnHaaed. (7flleni artrl mtrnutrm
nre Invited to examine their stock, aa it will be the
reateat chance for bargains this season. ,
ELEGANT STOCK of DRESS SILKS
Uought at reduced prices, and selling extremely low.
LADIES' CLOAKS. &C,
Winter Fashions, la aeweststyies.
JUST BICIIYKD, l
Splendid Velvet Cloaks ;
Cloth Cloaks or every style and price
Large variety of Shawls and Scarfs ;
Oenis' Travsllng Shawls.
WOOL DRESS STUFFS, &o.
All-wool tblalnet, 37Xo. per yard J
All-wool Plaids, S7Xo. per yard i
Printed Delaines at 12 and 15c , worth 2Ac.
HOSIER, ilkffl 111
This department Is replete with every variety of La
dies' Gouts' and Children's Wear at reduced prioes. -
Zephyr Wool Opera Hoods.
Nobles, Shawls and Tails ;
Snser Kid Gloves, iii black, white and colors, at
76 cents per pair.
. 500 Cambric Bets, at $1 60, worth 3 ;
Job lot Bauds and flvunolngs.
Bed Blankets! Flannels.
10, 11 and It 1 Whitney Blankets ;
Bed and White, Plaifi and TwIlleJ Wool Flannels i
. ip and 11-4 8iiaker Skirting Vlasnele ;
Plaid jrlannels, reduoed.
DEL AND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPFOSITl PIKE'S OPIBA-HOC8I, '
inore-r Tab si
TOO WANT FINK,
t bit WLoUmI nd EeuiTOyi-
rilth door above SUtb, watt side.
i . i. '
No. 112 FIFTH-STREET,
BETWEEN VINE AMD RACE-8TEKETS.
A STILL GREATER REDUCTION
IN THI FBIOKfl OF
Black Silks at 75c, worth 1 IS.
Fauey Silks reduced front $1 5 to 7Sc.
Figured French Merinoes, beat qual
ity, at 1.
Plain French Merlnoes, heat quality,
Enllsh Nerluoes, worth 50c, selilns;
Valenciaa at half-price.
Best quality English Prluta at lOc.
44 Sheetlns; Muslins at 10c,
CLOAKS AM) MIAULS!
Ladies' & G-ents'
... ..... -AT- '
Being desirous ot reducing np stock as low as pos
sible by the 1st of January, I hart to marked down
all goods tbat none can bedlssatlsdedwlth the prioes.
Chas. S. Weatherby,
No. US Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS.
A CARD TO THE MERCHANTS AND
BC8INK88 MEN Or CINCINNATI. -Tho
subscriber, a stranser In this city, takes this nun
sunl mode of appealing to your hympathiea, far an
opportunity to earn an bonest livelihood. WHhlii
Ine last live years be has been a Merchant, l)nacnn
nf a thnrch, County Uoramlssioner, Jnsttce of the
Pesee and Jndge oi Probate, and but for the conse
quences uf the revulsion in monetary affairs two
years ago, stslch swept away bis property, would
have been spared the painful necessity of this ad
vertisement. The subscriber would be glad to se
cure a situation as Traveling or OollectlngWLgent,
or would have no ob Action to a settled agency in
any part of the county, or an active occupation In
the oity. Nil situation need be offered tbat would
intrude on the Sabbath, or tbat could not consci
entiously be engaged In. The subscriber will sat
isfy any gentleman of bis honesty, energy and eapa
bllity, and is kindly permitted to refer to Mr. O. T.
HOLYHEAD, Engraver, S. W. corner cf Fourth
and Main-atreeti. uoMh
STAR AND THISTLE,
Sixth-it., bet. Walnut and Vine.
MESSRS. CRAWFORD 4 McKENZIE
have the honor to Inform their friend, anil th
public generally tbat tney have fitted op. at great
expense, In the most elegant manner, the above
esiaDii.meDi auer me new xora ana iionaon style,
being entirely new, and the first of the kind ever
attempted West of the mountains. Will open on
SATURDAY, Dec. i. Mimical Soirees every Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday evenings. Ohalr taken
by Mr. frnwiord at 8 o'clock preolsely. now
EW FRUITS New Raisins, new Car-
rants, new eigs, i-runes, uitron, ao Just re-
celved and for sale by
Vomer Ninth and Vine-streets.
OYSTERS. I am in daily receipt of the
best brand of Oysters coming to tbls city.
Warranted fresh and fat.
JOHN FEBOUBOM. Grocer,
now '' Oornevof Ninth anil Vlne-sirxets.
FAMILY FLOUR. I have always on
band, a supply of tbe bast Family Floor in the
market for familj
Uomer llinth and Vine-streets,
GRATES AND STOVES !
Any Style of GrateeeaabeSetor Reset with
WE ARB NOW PREPARED TO TILL
orders rapidly, aa we have a large force of
navayour gratea eat wun tne patent oeioreroio
wsatber. or you will regret It. It is poor economy
to use your grates set In th old way, burning twice
as mucn ooai as yon neea. ana not ooiaintng nair aa
uiocbheatas the patent gives. The patent will aave
i our money oy reaming tne consumption or fuel.
It will save your health, by giving yon pure beat
and plenty of it to make your rooms oomfortahle In
all part.. It makes your home okeerfnl at a trilling
cost, which Is soon savsd 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 ssle on such terms as
will fay 4ve hundred percent , without any risk, . .
J. It. RYAN b CO.,
Proprietors ot Dodge's Patent,
J. BLAKBLT. General Agent, nowi
REMOVAL K. OSMOND, M. I).,
Dentist, has removed to 172 Vlas-street, sear
Bereatb, opposite tbe 6a Offloe, no2o-um
Special Call to Close Buyers
QUICK SUES! SMALL PROFITS!
'. . -AND-'.. ;;:
' GOOD VALUE,
. at ; . ; ,.
No. 90 KIFTH-8THEET, :
Third house west of Vine.
AVINO JUST RETURNED FROM
New York. I am now offerlnff barffalna in fab
rica of every description for Fall and Winter Wear.
The attention of purchasers Is particularly Invited.
The following list of prices will show the Induce
ments offered ;
Worth Selling at
..-..li 87X 1 bo
.w..., 1 00 7a
20pleoes Fanoy Dress Silk.,
26 nieces Faucv Dreaa Silk..
lu pieces rancy uress sua saeeeeete.
74 sa '
Worth Selilns at
60 pieces French Mrlnoes.......,...t0 87, 0
60 pieces French Merlnoes. M... ....... 1 00 "J
70 pieces French Merlnoes 1 li.l 1 00
40 pieces new-style figured do IVH ' 1 CO
2U piecos dark iaraauttta, cblnts
cotorn. M...........,.......M bit
1 oase English Merlnoes 34 ltj
1 case hlgh.oolor bllk-warp du...... 75 M
Figured All-wool Delaines.
Worth Selling at
20plecosflg'dall.wool Delaines. So 60 0S7,
20 pieces ng'd all-wool Delaines 70 45
1 case Hamilton Sold Metal do...... 25 IS
W pieces small-pattern do. do.,..,... 20 12)i
Worth Selling at
2 esses fast-oolor Prints.,......,.,.,.l(Jc. 7c.
cases fast-color Prints -UXC He.
5 oase Merrimac aud Uocheco aud
bprague'a btst Print ,12.So. lie.
4 caaes Hamilton Uanton Flannel..,. 12c. lie.
2 oases Hamilton Uaatou s'launel...l2tto. 10c.
6 ba rs all-wool Flannel Mo 2Jc.
SO doien Ladles' Merino ho8e...,i7Hc. 25c.
lQOdosen 1adies' Kid Gloves ......... .7c. 60c.
lOOdoten Jouviu's Kid Oloves....j7'c. Sue.
Wilo. iadits'ellkaiid'.lo'.h Oauul-
lets, from 39c. tv tl 29 per pair.
40 do. (Jems' Drawers and Under-
vests.......... ..........ilHc. SOc.
30 do. Ladies' Upon Hoods, from 20c. to VI each,
Cloths, Cassi meres, Sstlnste and Jeans, for Mod's
and Bow' Wear.
CLOM, SlUWL Ai FUR
lam offsrlng still greater bargains In CLOAKS,
SHAWLS and FUBH; and, as I am not depending
on the profits made on my Cloaks and t ha wis, I sm
thus aide to sell them twenty per cent, lower tbsa
houses who have to make all their expenses exclu
sively by them.
A large stock of Cloaking Cloths, from 81 25 to 4
per yard. Also, a general stock of Cloaking Trim
All Oocda will be Mid precisely as stated.
Call and examine before you bay.
No. SO Flflh-slrwl,
Third Ilooae West of Vine, North aide,
ao2o CINCINNATI, OHIO.
WILSON, GARLICK A CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
Ilogs, Pork, Lard, Whisky, Iflonr, Grain, Ac.
OBce north-west corner Hixtn and Main-atreets,
Cincinnati, opposite tbe Gait Houm,
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
In the Oeneral Produce aud Commission Buaineiw,
under tbe style of Wilton. Oarllck & Co.. raanece.
fully tender their servioes and solicit the patronage of
laeiririooiia anu tue pnoiic. rarticuiar attention
Said to buying and selling Hogs, Whisky, Flour,
rain, Ac. Their charges will be as moderate ui
any other good house in the city, liefer to the mer
chants of Cincinnati generally.
, A. WILSON, Ja., ,
H. T, GARLICK, .
no28bm L. T. BAEB.
Glycerole of Arnica.
i. i .
AT THIS SEASON OP THE YEAR,
when the effects from Burns, Bcalds, Cuts, Sc.,
prove so difficult to remove, In consequence nf thi
oxpoeure to cold, every person should nave a bottle
of tbe Olycerolo of Arnica at hand, for iminediatn
use In all nucti casus, as it not only rolieres the palii
caused by them, but also prevents all the usual un
pleasant after effects. Prepared and fn r salt by
811KB, EOKHTEIN A CO.,
no28-o Opposite t lie Postoffloo.
Aromatic Tinct. of Myrrh,
FOB CLEANSING THE TEETH, HARD
nnlnff th n H II m u ml Ininn.lln. . Hallnl.K'..l
("ine to the Breath. Tbe well-known properties of
uu ,u, n,i,MUl. ,w, WIU UUUI III IU0 ATI'"
mattes with wn leb It Is combined, have rendered tl) is
Tincture exojedluglv popular wherever it has ben
lutroducsd. Fieparod and for sale by
HlilliE, K0KBTEIN A CO.,
nofto Opeoslto the Postofflce.
fifl BARRELS COPPERAS, JUST Rh--'
vr oeived and for sale by
HU1KK, KCKBTEIH ft CO.,
no28o ' Opposite the Postofflce.
McLane's Fills and Vermi
fuge. ?nn GR0SS MoLANE'S PILLS AND
sj VF V Vermifuge, received and for tale bvl
HUlBhi, KUKBTAllM A OO.. Druggiats,
Opposite the Postofllce '
Maysville Coal Oil.
WE SHALL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON'
hand a supply of this nneaualed Coal Oil.
The trade supplied at lowest price..
BOltttt, KUK8TEIN A CO., -P"8o
Opposite the Poetofflce.
Binlnger'sOld London Dock
BININOER'S OLD LONDON SOCK 01
Improved by age, and peifectly pure, as oi
jnally lmnorted, designed especially as a sate and i .
liable medicine lor family nee. - ., ,
Just received, Hlcasee. For sale by
EDWABD BUANLAN A OO., Druggists,
no26c N. K. ror. Fourth and Main-street.
Pure Bourbon Whisky.
lypt BRLS. PURE BOURBON WHISE .
V For sale In qnitntltleete suit.
DWAKIJ SfJANLAH A Ol Druggists,
Po2 N. K. cur, r.mrth and MaTn-sireet-
WM. P. HEWSON, of the lata firm
slon, Stock anil Hill Brokerage business, at their
office. No. , Buement Masonic Building, Thl
street. Hesoltclts a continuance of the business b.
tofore so liberally bestowed on the old firm. ue2t
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY. J
received. 4 puncheons very superior Old 8cri
and Irish Whisky, for sale by
. . a. McDonald co., .
n8 58 and Branch Store 24 West ronith-t"
SCOTCH ALE AND LONDON PORTER
Just reoeWed, 75 casks Dither's, Yomignr's, a
other celebrated brands Sootch ale and London P.
ter. rorsaleby . A. MeDONALD A OO..
no M and Branch Store 2t West Fonrtht
OLIVE OIL. Just received, 48 dot.
flagons very superior Olive Oil. For tale by
a. McDonald a co.,
at3 M and Braack Store 249 West fourth-st.
l" " ' 8COTI.AND trnoi . . ..
t i"i v . WAI.aiS.
. WsUsue sight B1IU on
SPO0NER, ATIW0OD CO., Lbnilon;'1
. ROYAL BANK OF IRELAND;
" NATIONAL BANK 0J SCOTLAND,
. 1 :'lnsamsoflaa4epwards.
g4T Kzohange on France and Oarmany.
JAMES F. MELINE & CO.;
oc26tdec1 Ka IT WeetTWrd-etret.
THE GREAT SALE
:. ,, ,.i..:m
' Still Greater Keductioii
. -OF ALL KINDS OF . .
V AT THAT "-' . tl
" ' 'i .j..it i-
Seventb and Western-row.
HAVING, AS WILL BE SEEN BY OUR
last advertisement, reduoed the prioes of Sta
ple and Fanoy ... 1
Full fifteen per cent, less thin any other house lu
the oity, we are now, throngb the Indefatigable ex
ertion of oar buyer in the Ks.it, enabled to famish
Goods at least FIVE FEB CKNT. below those aided
in our last list of prices.
- , M
' 5 (10
i ',: 75
r, :.. sax
1 1 75
Broche Square Shawls.
Brocht Square Shawls.,..
Broche Long Shawls ,.
12 00 -..16
.. n ;
,1 6 25
Broche Long Shawl.................
Beverilble Shawls (uew style).
Square Wool Shawls,
Long Wool Bhawls
Long Wool Shawls,
7 40 ;
French Merlnoes .....
200 pieces English nIerlno"s.......
200 pieces English Merlnoes, fine
300 pieces Delaliies.,....,..
100 pieces 4-4 Frsnch Chinttes.....
200 pieces Calicoes.,
100 dozen Hoods
1,000 doz. Ladies' Wool Hose
Dents' Shirts and Drawors.....,
All colon Wool flannels.-.
Linen Table-cloths ....................
00 pieces Irish Lluen...,.....
Satinets, all shades ........-,..-
Cassimeres, all shades.n...
Being desirous of cultivating a CLOAK TBADE,
wears selling this class of goods .at such prices as
will really astonish purchasers.
8. O'REILLEY & SON,
SEVENTH AND WESTERN-HOW.
New Mode of Ventilatiou!
Call iind Sf e One of
SAWYER & 0'S
Heating and Ventilating Furnace-s,
" ' In operation at
CHAMBERLAIN & CO. '8
Store Ware-rooms, Nos.'&l and 63 Yine-et..
' (Below Columbia.) ,
Sawyer & Co.
1 ' (novay
Coal Cooking Stove,
' AWABDKD THE SILVER J1EUAL,
! AT TH( ' I '
Held at Zaneaville, October, 1H31.
' MANUFACTURED BY
CIIAIUBERLAIN & CO
SAMPLE AND SALE-ROOMS,
Nog. SI and S3 Tine-st.
(Soconi door Below Oolnmbls,)
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
next to Huith Nlion's Ball, Cincinnati.
Ohio A splendid Gift, worlh fn.nTw ieiti to lift
will be given with every hook for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
Olfta oontlst of (sold and Hirer Watche Ladles'
Solid Gold Chains, splendid set of Jewelry7neOold
Bracelet., Gents' Go d Vest-chalns, and a large va
wo?nta to MO "Cl1 ltmlTT vrorth from
A. A. KELLET.
' " . Pnlllsherand Gift Bookseller,
ao2'-f Mo. 28 West Foortb -street.
FLO WEB S
Feathers and Winter Milljnery,
Of every description, whioh I so selling at a sni't
advance on Hew Tork prices, wholesale aad ratal',
1 ' ' - ( . VfBBH4fr
not 114 ruth-street. bat, Baea and Jtlm
ORAUN T?PK AND STUB
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