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AN.,. W. fflANUUMJO. JOHN V. CALL) WE Lb
ditow and r-serairroas.
cruel, H wut rotntTH-BTUiT. .
Washington Irving is Dead.
It has been said that virtue alooe has majes
ty in death, whioh open, the gate of fame, and
, shuts tho gate of enyy, and that In the death
of a good man eternity if seen looking through
time. The minion of the great American au
thor, fai8BWQT0 Iaviao, ia ended on earth.
He died en Monday, 28th ina.., at "Sonny
Bide," in the village of IrvingtoD, a itatton on
Hudson River Railroad, 29 mile north of
ew York. Death ii limply the soul's change
of residence, and the aocuatomed benignant
face of Geoffrey Crayon will no more be aetn
on the banki of the Hudson.
A SIITCB Or BIS LIFI.
Wibhikoton Iavixa wai born In the jity of
New Tork, April 3, 1783. Hit father ' was a
native of Sootland, hia mother an English no
man, Uia first literary easaya, &c, attracting
atloutlon, were lettera on the drama, soolal
oustoma of New York, eommunioated over the
tignatnre of "Jonathan Oldstjle," In the
Morning Chronicle, aiemooratio journal of that
city, ooiiduoted by bia brothers. After some
Attention to the study of law, hia health gave
way, and a continental tour was entered upon
ia 1804. On returning from England In 1806, he
was admitted to the bar. Hia brother Willum,
afterward in Congress, joined him in the pub
lication, 1807, of the "Salmagundi, or the Whim
wham and Opinion of launcelot Langttaff and
othrt,' a semi-monthly magazine, which
. was issued only for one year. The-Buton of
New York, by Diidbich Knickkrbocksb, was
published by him in 1809. For seven years,
from 1810 to 1817, with two other brothers,
he was engaged in New York and Liverpool
in conducting an extensive commercial es
tablishment. A reverse of fortune's wheel
returned Washington to the congeniality of
authorship. ' During his commercial engage
ment, time was given to contribute a series
of naval biographies to the Philadelphia An
ufeclic Maquiine. In 1819, the Sketch Book
appearod. This work stamped a character
nf eminent ability upon the author at home
and in critical circles of Europe. America
- at once obtained a name of literary renown.
Its republication in England introduced the
author to a life-long friendship with Waltkk
Scott. Murray, the London publisher, who
hai declined to print the Sketch Book, gave
1,000 guineas for Braeebridgt Hall.
HIS OABIKB ABEOiD.
In 1820-1 he was in London and Paris ; in
the winter of 1822 at Dresden, and that ol
, 1826 In the South of Franoe. In 1828 his per
sonal observations and researches in Spain
gave bim the materiala for the great achieve
mont of hia pen "The Life and Voyages if
Coldmbus. Mr. Ibvikq left Spain in July,
1820, and returned to London to discharge the
duties connected with the Secretaryship of
. Legation to the Amerioaa Embassy.
In 1880 Mr. Henry Hallam, the historian,
a ad himself were honored by the gift of two
fifty-guinea gold medals, ordered byUaoaaa
' IV to be presented to the two authors who
should be adjudged to have attained the
greatest excellence in historical composition.
Ia the next year the degree of LL. D. was
' conferred on Mr..IaviNa by the University of
'' BIB BETURN TO AMSBICA.
His reoeption in New York, in May, 1832,
after seventeen years from home, was the
fairest triumph that has been acoorded to lit
erary desert In the New World. The great
"West was visited, and the Indian characters
portrayed by him thereafter are memorable.
Irou 1842 to 1846, Mr. Ibvinq resided ss
United States Minister in Spain, and, roturn
ig home in the latter year, sought a quiet re
mit for bis remaining years in Wolfert's
..oo.t. Tccts bhaic, Tiltoh and N. P. Willis
htvc described him in his baohelor-home for
Gkopprov Crayon was content to eulogize the
blessings of matrimony, whilst denying him
s!f their indulgence In the company of hia
surviving brother, Bbbkizib, and the neioes
who have been daughters to the veteran au
thor, he spent his declining years.
r SPflO READS AN AMERICAN BOOK?" NO LONGER
Allison, the distinguished historian of mod
urn Europe, has said: "The names of Cooper,
Cbaknt.10 and Washington Irving amply de
monstrate that the American soil is not want
ing ia genius of the moat elevated and faolnat
ipg oliaraoter." .
Of hie style, Edward Everrtt saya if a
young '. aspirant after literary distinction
"wisheu to study a style which possesses the
cha-Eotoristid beauties of Addison, Its ease,
simplicity and elegance, with greater aeeuracy,
point and rpirit, lot him give his days and
nights to the volumes of Ibvinq." '
his litsrakt bipotation.
Ar.ax-.NDgB Eviarrr, in the North American
Review, truthfully and eloquently aays :
"Other writers may no doubt arise in the
course of time who will exhibit In verse and
prose a more commanding talent, and soar
a still loftier flight in the empyrean sky of
glory. Some Western Home, Shaxshabi,
Milton, Corniiui or Caloibon, may irradi
ate our literary world with a flood of aplendor
that shall throw all other greatnesa into the
shade. Thia, or something like it, may or
may sot happen, but even if it should, it oan
never be disputed that the mild and beautiful
genius of Mr. Irving) was the morning-star
that led up the march of our heavenly host;
and that he baa a fair right, much fairer, cer-
tilnly, than the great Mantcan, to assume the
proud device Primut ego in patriam."
We need not allude to the numerous other
literary productions of Ibvino's whioh have
already been ranged into their places as
A Pioneer Passed Away.
Bmt, a venerable pioneer of Cincin
"'t - i: - J LI ...
. 5u oigui.aoven years, died on Sunday
ingoun, inmana. -Jle came to thiacitv
iov:ntx wot oirvflraant
sArwi 'i i 1 i 1..
A t V.
This doeument is before us, but too lengthy
to republish. It implicate Dr. Hows so far
that be is declared to have given Brown a
breech-loading carbine and a pair of pistole;
aleo, Grrritt Smith and Frsd. Douglass, who
were advised by a written circular that a quiet
Convention waa to be held at Chatham, Can
ada, on a day named. THADnirs IItatt and
Sanborn, of New York, bad been in some
way connected with the enterprise. Cook
thus ipeaks of his leador:
Captain Brown made his final arrange
ments for the capture of Harper's Ferry, and
gave to bis men their ordors. In elosing, he
said, " And now, gentlemen, let me press
this one thiDg on your minds; you all know
how dear life is to yon, and now dear your
lives are to your friends; and in remember
ing that, consider that the lives of others are
as dear to them as yours are to youj to not,
therefore, take the life of any one if you oan
possibly avoid it ; but if it is necessary to
take life in order to eave your own, then
make sure work of it."
The Committee on Roads and Canals have
had quite an aotlve time in adjusting the
conflicts about laying the "turn-outs," and at
last session asked the City Council to exouso
them from further service in that regard, and
that the Board of City Improvements have
further oharge of the direction of the same,
which was agreed to, and that Board waa in
structed to require the Cinolnnati Street Bail
road Company to comply with the resolution
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Four Days Later from Europe.
Four Days Later from Europe. ARRIVAL OF THE BOHEMIAN.
Portland, November 29. The steamship
Bohemian, with dates from Liverpool to the
loth Inst, four days later than previously re
ceived, arrived here to-night.
The steamers Europa and JIammonia arrived
out on the 13th, and the Anglo Sajcon on the
16th. Prince Carignan has declined the Ke
genoy of Central Italy, but Chevalier Bueon
oompsgnio accepted it.
Liverpool, November 15. Cotton The
Broker's Circular reports the sales of two days
at 12,000 bales, including 1,000 bales to spec
ulators and for export. The market has been
dull; there has been but little inquiry and
prioes are weak.
The Manchester advices oontinue favorable.
The market is firm and holders are demanding
Breadstuffs Messrs. Richardson k Sponoe
report a slight improvement in prices of Bread
stuff, which had a tendency to cheok business.
Wheat firm; sales unimportant. Holders de
mand an advance. Flour firm. An average
business has been done at full rates. Cora
quiet, but firm.
Messrs. Wakefield k Nash's ciroular says
that Wheat has improved l2d. No quota
tions are given.
Provisions The market is generally dull,
but prioes are unchanged. The various circu
lars report Beef dull. Pork dull, but steady.
Lard quiet, but steady.
London, November 15. Consols are 96(n,
96 for aocount. Illinois Central shares have
deolined $3, and are quoted at 40(2,42 per
cent, di; count; U. S. fives 94; Illinois sevens
97 ; Erie 3d. ; Mortgage 58.
No announcement has yet been made re
garding the approaching Congress of the
fowers. A leader in the London limes says;
"We still require to know in plain, frank: and
undiplomatio language, what it is which tho
Emperor requires us to enact as a member of
the Great Oouneil of Europe.
An English Minister must have something
much more consistent upon the subject of the
Duchies than the statement in Count Wal
ewski's circular, before he would be justified
in committing his country to any part in tbe
Congress for the settlement of the Italian
A splendid new three-decker, named the
Victoria, was launched at Portsmouth on the
12th Inat., in the presence of the Queen and
the royal family.
Tbe Earl De Gray is dead.
The Timet, In an artido, says: "There is no
doubt that the feeling of hostility against Eng
land is more bitter in France than since 1815,
and charges the French Government with di
rectly encouraging it."
Tbe enrollment of 30,000 men aa a naval
reserve force, will commence in England on
the let January.
A serious mutiny took plaoe on board the
ship of the line Princes Royal, laying at Ports
mouth. Over one hundred of the men were
placed in irons.
Fbanci. Le Pay says that an extraordi
nary credit of 30,000,000 francs are to be de
voted by tbe Government to the Chinese Ex
Proclamation of Gov. Wise.
Charlbstown. November 29. Gov. Wise
has issued a proclamation announcing that
the State baa taken possession of the Win
chester and Potomac Railroad, and that on tbe
first three days of Deoember it will be nsed en
tirely for military purposes. He also warns
tbe people of the State to remain at home on
patrol duty on the day of the execution to pro
tect their own property. Women and chil
dren will not be permitted to annroaoh tho
scene of exeoution. and strangers are eantloned
tnat mere will be danger in nnnrnifhlnf.
Charleatown, or near it, en tbat day, and If it
is deemed necessary, martial law will be pro
claimed and enforced.
General Talliaferro has also issued a tro-
olamation to-day, announcing that all strang
ers, who can not give a satisfactory account
of themselves, will be promptly arrested ;
and that all strangers approaching Cbarlcs-
wwu, oy ranroaa or otnerwise, under the
pretext of witnessing the execution of Johu
Brown, will be met by the military and turned
baek or arrested. He also emphatically
warns the people of the county to stay at
home and protect their property, assuring
tuaiu until imormauon irom reiiAme aourcAa
indioates that in so doing they will at least
eonsnlt their own interests.
Several reporters of the Northern press
having arrived at Harper'a Ferry yesterday,
were compelled by the military to return to
Baltimore. It ia eaid that Brown stated to a
gentleman yesterday tbat he had now no
hope of a rescue on account of the extent of
the military preparations, and that his boys
would never have permitted his execution if
there was any prospect of an attempt proving
suocesaful. The military now in Cbarlestown
numbers over fifteen hundred. Several moro
companies will be here to-morrow, swelling
the number to 2,000.
About the Execution of Brown.
New York, November 29. The Beratd'e
Harper's Ferry dispatch, referring to the elo
cution cf Brown, says:
"The most stringent regulations have been
adopted in regard to the presence of civilians
at the exeoution.
All applications for passea for oivlllans to
attend within the military lines are refused by
tbe Governor,' on the ground that It would
corfliot with the military programme.
He said tbat no oivllian oould, under any
oiroumstanoea, be admitted within the military
lines, the oater one of whioh would be nearlv
a mile from the scaffold. Not a word of what
ible to the
Governor Wise stated tha nmlff ll;t. Wl
tA'eiallbws toU&f wlft
oora(.odw "'! -VwK ruiTfiVrvI',,5l1f 7",
.Obtm liou I L'Ml IflMttsa irMhl liTr. .
Union of all perTms, other than the military,
i'W Wfnrf e vents ah 8'tlemttWlre.o,.;
New and Dangerous Counterfeit.
Philadilphia, November 29. Thia mom
log ooutnerfelt notes of the denomination of
fifty and one hundred dollars, of a very dan
gerous ehsraoter, on the Philadelphia Bank,
made their appr .ranoe. The counterfeit hun
dreds are printed in blue, and dated January
1, 1858. Of the genuine notea of thia date and
character, but few are In circulation. There
are no counterfeit hundreds dated May 1,
18i'9, so that the notes of this date in oircula
tiou appear to be good. The counterfeit fif
ties are piintod, some In black and otbots in
blue, and dated February 1, 1859. Thore
never was any gonuine fifty-dollar Issue of that
date, Tbercaro also fifties printed in black,
dated May 2, 1850. The direotora have the
matter in hand, and are busy aearohiog out
the parties who have put out the counter
feits. It Is conjeetured that these admirably exe
cuted counterfeits have been put Into circula
tion suddeuly in (he Western States, and they
have been sent on here in eichange in large
qualities. Just as suddenly they have been
scattered all around the business portion of the
eity, and have deceived the very best judges
of paper money in this community. The notes
are entire counterfeits, probably the best ever
executed, and every bank In the city is be
lieved to have been victimized to a greater or
less amount. One large banking establlah
ment on Third-street, thia morning received
$3,000 of the spurious notes from New York,
and they had no suspicion of their being bogus
until they were offered to the Philadelphia
Bank for deposit.
The beet judges can scarcely discriminate
between the good notes and bad. A very large
amount of tbem baa been foisted on the busi
ness community of Philadelphia, and it is
probable that they have been pushed off freely
in the Nerthorn and Southern cities, as well
as In the West.
The Wrecked Steamer Indian.
Portland, November 29. The steamer Ad
miral arrived this forenoon from St. Johns,
bringing the mails of the wrecked steamer
Indian; also the purser, chief steward and four
teen steerage passengers. The passengers are
A. G. Howland, V. Dulster, Nettie Dulster,
Ernstein Bosalie, Samuel and Matthew Dul
ster, Mrs. Eiokman, Joseph Marie and Antoin
fiorgeusen, all for New York; Richard Brown.Q.
Cromen and Wm. Cross, for Toronto, and Mr.
Pearson for Montreal. Julia Eiokman, aged
twenty-six, and Eva Eiokman, infant, for New
York, were drowned. The cargo waa mostly
St. Loum,November 29 P.M. The river rose
3 inob.es up to noon and has fallen 2 inohes
sinoe then, and continues to reoede slowly,
with about 7 feet in the channel to Cairo.
Nothing new from the upper streams. Weather
olear and pleasant.
PiTTBBCRO, November 29 P. M. River and
weatber unchanged sinoe noon.
Locisvilli, November 29 P. M. River
falling slowly, with 6 feet 7 inohes in the
eanal, and 4 feet 6 inches on the falls.
Washington, November 29 The Navy
Department has received dispatches lrom
Commander Porter, giving full particulars of
his recent dealings with Governor Pesquiera,
at Guaymas. They are in accordance with
the facts as recently published. It is not
known, however, how far Captain Porter's
oonduct will be justified by the Administra
tion, as it does not seem to be clear as yet
that he had a right to demand that the act
ing Consul, Alden, should be recognized in
Gold Discoveries in Missouri
St. Locis, November 29. The Evening
Bulletin announces, on the authority of the
editor of the Arcadia Protpect, the organ of
the Missouri mining interest, the intelli
gence of the discovery in South-east Missouri,
of a vein of hornblende rock, which, it is be
lieved, will yield $10,000 in gold to the tun.
Assays are now being made.
The next issue of the Aroadia Protpect will
contain the full particulars.
St. Louis, Nov. 29. The adjourned session
of tbe Missouri Legislature met at Jefferson
Gov. Seward's message, whioh is almost en
tirely confined to a discussion of the railroad
question, will be read to-day.
Movements of the Virginia Military.
Washington, November 29. Several Vir
ginia military companies passed through
Washington this morning, on the way to
Charleston. Every mail brings advices of
the formation of additional companies in that
State, and tho Governor is constantly receiv
ing Application lor arms.
Nov-Arrival of the Niagara.
Sacrvillk, November 29 P. M. -There
were no signs of the Niagnra at Halifax at 8
o'clock this evening.
The Niagara sailed from Liverpool on tbe
Official Vote of New Jersey.
Trknton, November 29. The following Is
tbe official vote for Governor, at the recent
election: Oldon, Opposition, 63,315; Wright,
51,714. Olden's majority, 1,801.
Death of Washington Irving.
New York, November 29. The venerable
Washington Irving died last evening at Irving-ton.
Naw York, November 29. The steamship
Canada sails to-morrow for Liverpool.
She takes out the New Orleans mails of the
A. A. Eyster, Clooka, Watches and
Jewelry. Kos. Ml and 271 Western-row.
jfFor Chriatmas Presents g. to Albert
Ross's, south-west corner of if hth-street and West
gT Daguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannafori's
drag-store. Pictures taken and nt In Rood cam
for twenty cents. Warranted to pleaae.
psr OTgacoATS. Tha largest arid best
stock of Overcoats ever offered In the Queen City la
now to he seen at T. W. Spragoe k Co.'s hall of
t.tsmon, corner or Vine aid Fourth, opposite the
Postofflce. Be also makes to order, la the best
styie, a wnoi anit, in a very few hours
3" Strangers and citizens requiring gifts
ana presents, or
Ulch Drees Hair-pins,
Blch and Beautiful Fane,
Elegant Pocket Knives,
Oarved Pearl Uard-casee, ;
Carved Pearl Forte-monaalee,
Needle Books and Ce,
' Furnished Fortfolios,
Steel Bracelets, Duckies and Slides,
Stereoscopes and Views,
. Ladles' Bags and Porte-monuales,
, Ladles' Work-boxes,
i . Opera-alaases,
Bleb and Elegant Garters,
.., 4 Beautiful Fans, r
niiJ-jiv . LdlH' Dressing Cases,.
.n.V, .Lsflles' Writing Desks,
Purses, Scissors,' jjiuors, 'Shawl Pins, Brooches,
.BraceUU, PerfiiB.rj,.JUjuge. Parisian JPearl Droji-
.o'JO.OCIi! iiMMuui jti -sm
BOKTTICIlER BE9TE On the I7th lost., Iiyth
Hot. Churlcs Turku, TAwn Boettlcher, of Kn
title, huliniis. I'.irrtuTly of this oily, to Amelia 8.,
daughter of H. A. Jtwle, Eof. ; f 1 . J
nAT.nwi N-.TONKH-On thi 37th Innt.. hv Rev.
P. C. Uolcleis tjirplien H. BnlOWili and tlorl-na A.
Joow, all of.Ciurluuatli OliiOj ' j '.
(IAlNKS-6ii Sunday erenlngi NoTeowSer 27, atJt
o'clock, of consumption, Joliu I, UtvioeH, gd M
''fi' funeral will take plueo from Allen Chapel,
Sixth. street, out of liruachmy, to day at I o'clock.
Friends are lnritetl to attend wmioniinrioer uuiiw.
IIIIUT.BDIIU . . L. 1 . - . .. ......... V... ') J f mn.
mruptlou, Lorenio D. Hunderllu, aged 31 years.
L-KEUH-On Monday. Novemhor 2S, after a snort
II lnu, Mr. Butcheson Leech, aged 27 yearn.
Funeral will take place to-day, Kofeniber .Tfl, at 1
o'clock, from hia ratlin's residence, No. 237 Clinton
street. nnATrTICT.n-VMitiirdav mornlna (Nor. at 8
o'clock, of consumption, Albert B. tilialUeld, In the
Kth yuar or his age. . , ,
The funeral will take place from the residence of
his father-in-law, Wm.Cumeron, on Thursday. De
cember 1, at i o'clock P. M. The friends of the
family are Invited to attend wl thout further not lee.
FOR THE CHEAPEST
In the City, go r.o the
Corner of Longworth & Western-row.
CALEDONIAN CLUB. THE
m,mhr nt the Caledonian Clnb. will
meei in tbe Tap Boom or the Caledonian tthades.lM
Vine-street, THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, No
vember 30, at 8 P. M. no30-a
ENT HIGHLAND GUARDS, ATTEN
TION !-Ton are hereby notified to assemble at
National Hall THIS fWednesday) EVENING, Ho-
romber 30, in review order, without side arms.
ami pipe at o coca y.
al vO ' w is, a Jk a iti vii i,ta a'
Th mftmbAM of the Caledonian Sooietv are
miuosted to meet at the Verandah Booms, on W ED
KUSUAV EVENING, at 9 o'clock, for tbe purpose
ofeelebrating the Annlvnniary ol Ht. Andrew's Day.
Supper ill he ou the table at 8 o'clock precisely.
The Highland Guards. In full uniform, will be
present. no30j D AVI 1 B. SOOT f.Sec'y.
. ItU M. L. ASSOCIATION.
A meetins of the members of tbla Aaso-
Mi,., n will lm h.ii in tha Library Rooms ou SAT-
UftDAY. EVENING, Dec. 3, at 7 o'clock, for tbe
urpose.oi appointing a oomn.uiee oi ictou niw
er, by ballot, to nominate. oiUceis for the ensuing
year, in conformity with the provisions or tne nintu
ucieoi me ifOnsuiuiioD, ana riu iraasauuuu
such other business as may be presented. By order
of tbe Board. do2VJ J. L. TALBOT, Bcc. Seo.
Phrenological and Physiognomical
pjyWITH CHARTS AND DE.
fc7 8CR1PTION8 of Character. Indlcai Ina the
Uucupatlou or Profession in life In whioh etch per
son inuy best succeed and be moat ueefnl and happy,
by Dr. U. ItHAMA, So. 104 Vourth-sircet.
KENNED. S MEDICAL DIS
CO VEBY la acknowledged by the most em-
neui physicians, and by the most careful drnaglsta
throughout the united States, to be the most effectual
blood-purifier ever known, and to have relieved more
Buttering, and effected more permanent cure, than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Salt Khouui, Eryilpela, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
or whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
tbe system restored to full strength and vigor, Full
and explicit direct ious for the cure of ulcerated sore
legs, and other corrupt and runni ng ulcers, Is given in
tbe pamphlet with each bottle. For sale by JOHN D.
M. DIXON PrlceSI.
$OF"'ICE OF THE PASSEN-
SC7 GKB RAILROAD
COMPANY OF OINUIN
N ATI. S. W. corner of Third
and Hace.streots. Ootuber.
16, 1849 This road is now upon, t'nrs will start,
at Intervals of ton minutes, from 5:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Tbird-etreet
from wood to Ijawronce-strnot, and westward on
Kourth-etreet to Smith, and on Fifth-street to
Wood. Citizens Will oleosa l.r n nihiil lliat th
cars will luvarinbly cross Intersecting streets befoie
stopping for passengers.
oci.-ti JA-IES J, KODBINS, President.
ITHAS BEEN DISCOVERED
AT IiAST.-e.'oe article that Cures almost
without fall every species of eruptions of the race
bands, or other parts of the body. Is your faco dis
figured with pimples or an irritating eruption of any
kind; have you contracted that most troublesome
disease, Barber's ltcb; are you troubled with Tetter
on the hands, or elsewhere; have you any annoying,
irritating, itching, inflamed eruption of any kind;
go at once and obtain a pamphlet describing the
effects or Palmer's Lotion, and giving an amount of
evidence In its favor, that will put to rest all doubts
of its efficacy In the cure of all kinds of cntaneoua
diseases. After becoming satisfied that the Lotion
is no humbug, procure a bottle and use it, and you
will be satisfied that tbe bait' bas not been said In its
favor that might be.
Price 50 cents, or six bottles for 52 30.
SOLON PALMER, Agent,
no30 No. 36 West Konrth-street.
i m. m. ussociition.
EX-SENATOR IIENRT S. F00TE,
Thursday Evening, Dec. 1,
,; '' . AT-
Smith & Nixon's Hall.
ADMISSION.... .. !3 CENTS.
Lecture to commence at
PHEN1X INSURANCE COMPANY,
v Hartford. Connectiout.
Capital, 8400,000 '......Aaaeu, $5lt,Vil.
, , . uevotea to iflre busluess exclusively.
'"' ' H. A. (JLA88FOKD, Agent.
noW-amf 33 West Thlrd-street, Cincinnati
TO OUR PATRONS!
WIS WOULD SAT THAT OUE STOCK
. orn Watohee, Jewelry and Silver Ware ia
now full and complete. Thankful for the very lib
eral and generous patronage which haa been ex
tended to onr establishment for more than twenty
llTe years, we take thia method of invitlug our
friends, and the public generally, to continue their
favors, reeling ourselves iu a fiir better condition
now than formerly, to please their most fastidious
We beg leave to call attention to a new article of
jewelry, made from the new metal. Aluminum,
brought from Paris by one of our firm, who haa
Our store Is well supplied with Valuable articles,
suitable for presents for the approaching holidays.
The damage to our bilver-wsre Manufactory by tlx
lat; Are la now fully repaired, and all we now need
to keep up its vitality ia plenty or order, We are
prepared to fill the same with dispatch, and we
promise full saturation to all who may please to
favor us with their ca ls.
". i. vB "; Kla8ET, 21 West Fifth-street.
. The highest price paid for old ellver Coin of all
REMOVAL. E. OSMOND, M. D.,
Dentist, haa removed to .72 Vine-street, near
Seventh, opposite the Pas Office. no25-bm
NEW FRUITS. Saw Raisins, new Cur
ranto, new figs, Prunes, Citron, ac, just re
ceived and for sale by
JOHN FERGUSON, Grocer,
ncM Corner Klnth and Vine-street.
OYSTERS. I am in dally receipt of the
best brand of Oysters coming to this city.
Warranted fresh and rat.
JOHN FERGUSON, Oncer,
no2 Oorner of Ninth and Vine-streets.
FAMILY FLOUR. I have always on
hand, a supply of the best l'amlly Flour In the
market for family use.
JOHN FKRGUSON, Ororer,
DON Corner Ulntb and Vine-streets.
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
OI erery description, which I ant selling at a emit
adrsnce on New York prices, wholosal and retid'.
, ,,2Ti'!'r-'. WEBB, Jr.,
APTIIER GREAT SALE
No. 112 FIFTH-STREET,
BETWEEN. VINE ANJ Jt AC E-ST R E ETS.
A STILL GREATER REDUCTION
IN THK PRICES OF
Black SUIti at 75c, worth 91 12. ''
Fancy Silks reduced from 91 25 to TSc.
Figured French Merlnoea, beat qual
ity, at 91. -.
Plain French, Merlnoes, best quality,
Enllsh Merinoes, worth 50c, selling
at.21c. , " .
Valeuclas at half-price. - ;
Best quality English Prints at Oe.
4.4 sheeting Muslins at 10c. . ,r
IN 1 1 ' '
CLOAKS AIVD SHAWLS!
Liadies' & G-ehts'
Being desirous of reducing Hi; stock as low aa pos
sible by tbe 1st of January, I liave so marked down
all goods tbat none can be dltsatlsfled with the 'prices.
Chas. S. Weatherby,
No. 113 Fifth-tat veet,'
BETWEEN VINE AND RACK 8TREET8.
GIFTS ! (llffl! (IIFTS!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28-WKST FOURTn-STSEET,
next to Hm 1 1 li It Nixon's ijiilli Cincinnati,
Ohio. A splendid Uil't, worth from JO cents to 100,
Willi's given with every hook forwhich Me receive
ono dollur and upward at the time uf salo.
Gifts consist of Gold nnd Hlver Watches, Ladles'
Solid Hold Chains, MpUli rtlrt eet of Jewelry, fine Hold
Bracelet, Uonte' Go'd Vest-chains, and a large va
riety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
SO cents to flU).
Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully Invited to
call and examine mtr stock.
A. A. KELLE Y, V.
Publisher and Oift Bookseller,
No. 28 West Fourth -street.
WILSON, GAR LICK A CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
Hose, Pork, Lard, Whisky, flour, drain, Ac.
Office north-west corner fctlxih and Uuln atreets,
Cincinnati, opposite the Gait Uousn.
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
in the General Produco aud Commission Dullness,
under the style oi Wilson, Garllck 4 Co., respect
fully tender their servioeeandsolioit the patronage ol
their frlonds and the public. Particular atteutloo
Said to buying and selling Hogs, Whisky, flour,
rain, Ac. Their cbargoa will De as moderate a
any other good house in the city, Bofer to tbe mer
chants of Cincinnati generally.
A. Wl-itSUN, JR.,
' . H. T, GAKUCK,
no28bni ' L. T. BABB.
A CARD TO THE MERCHANTS AND
BUSINESS MKN OK CINCINNATI. The
snhsortber, a stranger in this olty, takes this unu
sual mode of appealing to yoqr sympathies, for ao
opportunity 10 earn an nonest uveiinooa. wiimn
the laet five years he haa been a Merchant. Deacon
of a Church, County (Jommlssioner, Justice of the
re&ceana juageoi rroiie, unu nut lur tne oonse.
auence of the revulsion in monetary affairs two
years ago, which swept away his property, would
have been spared tbe mlnful necessity of ibis ad.
vertisement. The subscriber would be clad to se
cure a situation as Traveling or Collecting Agent,
or would have no ob action to a settled agency in
any part of the county, or an active oocnpatlon In
the city. No situation need be offered that would
intrude on the babbath, or that could not consci
entiously be engaged lu. The subscriber will eat
iefy any gentleman of bis honesty, energy and cap
bllity, and is kindly permitted to refer 10 Mr. O. T.
xiuL.in-.Ati, r.ngraver, o. rr.
corner of Fourth
If You -TVxxt
0J Tine, Vat, Freeh Omits,
Magnum Bonnms, at bis Wholesale and Betill Oys
253 253 ' Q50 253 253
. : walnut-stjieet, ;;
no29 ' fifth door above Sixth, west side
W M. F. H15WS02r, of tha late firm of
sion, Btock and bill Brokerage buinens, at their old
office. No. M, Beeement Bineonic Building, Third
street. HesoltclteaoontlDuanceof thebuainesshere
tofure so liberally btatowed on the old Arm. ne28am
P RESERVES, J ELLIES.FRESH FRUITS
AND VEGETABLES, Ac JOHN BATES has
now on nana a lull waortment.or Preeerevee, Jellies,
Fresh Fruits and Vt-setabloa. Knallah Plrklc. and
Baooes and other foreign delicaolee. Also, flue Wines,
Brandies, Irish and scotch Whisky, lamaieallam,
ao. Aioo, xiaraua uigars ui voe cnoicesi aencnpiion.
For sale by JOHN BATES,
nol Ntttlonel Theater ' King, Bycamore-st.-'
GCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY. Jual
received, 4 puncheons very; superior Old Scotch
ana irisn n nissy. J) or ea'e nr
A. HoDONALD ft CO., '
rttOS 6S and Branch iore.( West tonitli-st
tJJCOTCH ALE AND LONDON PORTER
Jnst received, 74 csake Dibr'i Yonngnr's, am;
other celebrated brands tfcolch Ale and Londmi Por
ter. For sale by A. MoIMlNALD CO..
no2-i m and uranen Bioro rtit Whsi Fourth-it. J
f LIVE OIL. Jaet received, 48 do?b
.viflwgons very superior Olive Oil. For sale by
'"RKlfllTTAliCES ' '
TO'kNlntAND, ' "; .1' -' ' i- 'I
W isstie sight Bills on
8P00NKR, ATTWOOD A CO., London; . t
ROYAL BANK OF IRELAND; '
"- NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND,
"In snms offT'4'ndnJwards. "
aysr Exchange on France and Germany.
11 JAMES F, , JMELLNE ' & ' CO.,"
ootdecl ' No. IT Went Thlrdatrat.
Special Call to Close Buyers
QUICK BALES! SMALL PROFITS!
-;; ':;' ' AND ! ....
.... ' -AT-.". '
No. OO FIFTH-STREET,
. Third bouse west of Vine.
HAVING JUST RETURNED FROM
New York, I am now offering bargains in fab.
rice 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: ,
... 1 00
20 pieces Taney Drees Pllk...
2) pieces Fancy lres Bilk.,.,
lu pieces fancy Dress Silk.-,
, 1 00
, 1 29
... 1 10
M piece! French Merinoes
do pieces js renon merinoes
70 pieces French Ulerluoss. ......
40 pieces new-style figured do
20 nieces dark faramatta, chinti
colors , , B7
1 caae English Merinoee ..,... 3.1 .
1 case high-color Silk-warp do 76 .
Figured All-wool Delaines.
' . 0 37
' ' 12
20 pieces flg'd all-wool Delaines So 60
2. pieces ug n an-wooi v eiaiuea.... tit
1 caae Hamilton Gold Metal do 26
CO pieces small. pattern do. do.wf.i--- 2U
, Worth (selling at
2caees fast-color r.rluls. inc. 7c.
3 caeca fast-color Print 12c. 9c.
3 cases Merrimac and (iocheco and
Bpiagoe's best Prints n.n,.12c. llo.
4 oaaea Uamiiton Canton Flaunel....l2c. 1 tl''.
2 cases Hamilton (Janton Jflaunel...l2c. IIM.
6 baiea all-wool Flaunel Mc. 2.1c,
to doien Ladles' Merino Hose...'. 37c. -Ac.
1(IA dozen Ladies Kid Gloves .....700. i .V)u.
100 dozen Jouvin's Kid move. S7MC eoc.
60 do. tadiee' Bilk aud Lloth Gaunt
lets, lrom 35c to si a per pair.
40 do. Oents' Drawers and Under-
vests i'fio. 90c
80 do. Ladles' Opera, Hoods, from 20c. to 91 each.
Oloths. Casslmeres. Satinets snd Jeans, for Men's
and Boph' Wear. .
CLOAK, SHAWL 1ND Flit
I am offering still greater bargains In CLOAKS,
SHAWM and VCRSj and.aal am not depending
oh the profits made On my Cloaks and fchawls, lam
thus able to sell them twenty per cent, lower than
houses who have to make all their expenses exclu
sively by them. ..
A large stock of Cloaking Cloths, from tl 25 to $4
per yard.. Also, a general stock of Cloaking Trim,
mings. . t i.U . .ii . i .. . ,
All Ooods will be sold precisely as slated., .
Call aud examine before you buy., j . ;
:;t ' in
No.' 0 Fifth-street, .. '
Third, lUnse Went of Vine,' North elde,
no2fe 'l ' 1 CINCINNATI, OUIO.
THE GREAT SALE
' y '; :')' ' AND-
" " -, '''.
I StilL Greater; Beduction
: .-i..it.H .... tQK A'KIIVS.OfT.., , u(..
. I - '. li L ; i v. ; i fu: ..
Seventh and Western-row.
IT SAY. V WO
HAVING, AS WILL BE BEEN BY OUR
last advertisement,. reduced Uia prjees cf Sta
ple and fancy
, itu.i ;; .'(. fl -ii I .1 ;.i iH-vi-i ,
i DRY OOODS
f. '.I,... i-
full fifteen per cent, lets thin any other houss to
tbe city, we are now, through the Indefatigable ex
ertion of our buyer In the EJt'. enabled to furnish
Ooods at least FI VK PKU OJJUT. below those quoted
in our last list pf,prlces. ;; ..,. .
Worth Belling at
Black Silks Si 00
Black Bilks............. ........,.. 1 29
Brocbe Banare Shawls 7 SO
Broehe Square Shawls......,..... io 00
Brochi Long Shawls ...i, 12 SO ' '
Brocbe long Shawls 16 60
Reversible Shawls (new style) 60
Bqnare Wool Shawls. S 60
Long Woc.Bhawle..',A..... ft 26
Long Wool Shawls TM
Gents' Shawls.)...M,..,...pR,.'...TMI... S SO
Gents' Shawls............'.............'. 7 00 ' -
Freneh Merlnoea.....-....,... 02
French Merinoee.,.,..... , 1 00
200 pieces English Merinoes 37
200 pieces English Merinoes, fine CO I ;
aoopieocs Delaines 22
100 pieces 4-4 French Chintws 26
200 pieces Calicoes ,, 12
100 down Eooda.,(,.J.. ..,.,........: - oi'ii
100 dozen Hoods--. 87,r , ? 90
tMl AJllll. M.MI,.n.N.,M(.(,...MM.l...
i 00 f
1,000 doz. Ladles' Wool Hose,
wuus ouirsa ana urawere..il
r' 1'W J
All colors Wool Flannels............
90 pieces Irish Xlnen...,.M',,.4,.?. .'r,'a.r
Satinets, all abades , 75
Casslmeres, all shades 1 12
, Being desirous of cultivating a CLOAK IB ACE,
we are selling this plaasof goods. at such pfl'esas
will really astonish purebasers.,
v.imi.Tis 1 in --rn. -.-... . -.