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AH OX W. f HAMOlflOO. JOHN D. OALDWILL
aoivons m mnimu.
omoi, 14 wmt rouiTH-snm.
Tha Ohio and Mississippi hart been the
gTMt thoroughfare of oommeroo, lino terri
torial Um, for tb business man of Cincin
nati. The barge, the flat-boat and the steam
boat hart bora tha earl of commiroe hereto
fore, bat a diversion hat taken place. The
barge-mea are nearly all dead, the old itook
of iteamboat notorieties, nobilitlei and nota
bilities era "passing away' and tbe iplrit and
the animation of the trade on tbe waten it
manifested less forcibly erery year. Bat here
1U enthroned, as before, on the banks of the
Ohio, Cincinnati, more and more oity of
meehanlci, of prodnoen, of traders; ber capac
ities to manufacture, barter and tell greater
and greater erery year of her growth. New
arenuei of lnter-oomtnaaioatloa . are now
opened. The railroad big taken the talent
and the taetof the land for id administration,
and on the rail now flies with oelerity tbe
paokages purehaied yesterday by the visiting
' merohant. '' - . .',
St. Louis sits oa the big rirer the Missis
sippi diriding with as and Chicago the trade
of tbe West. It is to tbe Southern market we
ean look with hopes of a leas contested field.
The mineral wealth, the grains, the sugars and
the oottons of the South are in our reach, and
legitimately oars, if we will attain them by
enterprise. Cinoinnatl property-holders have
an interest in the extension of oar social and
business relations with the South. Treasures
of untold wealth lie on tbe traok that invite
as to Tennessee and Alabama. The eye must
bo turned to Charleston, not as politicians, but
as business men. We want the shuttle to be
passing baokward and forward in the loom
aeross Kentuoky and Tirginia, from Cincin
nati on the Ohio to Norfolk oa the Atlantic.
We want the Cincinnati 'basses to await at the
great Union Depot, some day, to be at the
Pearl-street Market-space, to reoeire the pas
sengers brought through Coriagton, orer the
Suspension Bridge, at the foot of Walnut
street, in thirty hoars from Old Point Comfort,
or Portsmouth, Vs. Our trade, in ten years,
will extend along the Nashville and Memphis
Railroad line to Mobile and New Orleans, and
our city commission-houses will be filled with
Southern products, while in return our manu
factures will be spread orer the whole Booth.
Let us dwell together in unity. Let the South
look to her material Interest, and let as be wise
enough for ourselves to look to the permanent
interests of Cincinnati.
a given to
X. Edntix on next Friday ,6aiut Brown's Bay,
for killing an insurgent in the streets of Har
That Bosnib has offered Edward Evibktt
ten thousand dollars to stop writing for the
That the Italian Question is unanswered.
That Dr. Catena's Thanksgiving Prayer
for John Blow will no doubt be granted, riz:
"That he may be derated and sustained from
above." But the Sheriff of Charlestown, Va.
desires to drop the subject.
That this ssntenoe from Rev. H.Ward Bsicb
b's Thanksgiving Sermon is to be placed con
spicuously orer public libraries: "There is more
of the hue religion of Christ ia the novels
of the globe than in the pulpits of the globe
That invitations are to be issued to fash
ionable ladies, who) wear long dresses, to walk
along the street railroad tracks, to keep the
same well swept.
That the President of the United States has
ordered the valuable communication of one of
oar oitizens, in three consecutive Issues of a
city daily, on a proper home and foreign pol
icy, to be published as an appendix to his
That the sow shot by rolunteer militia at
Harper's Ferry has since been oannon-ized and
been seen in the milky-way.
That Mr. Waid, the U. S. Minister to
China, after Pekin about, has secured an im
portant tea plant, and has sent the same home.
Great Interest it expressed to see the new
That the Virginia rolunteer military com
panies who came to Wheeling to guard the
Ohio line, spent tbsir first night in that oity
behind a bank of oysters. Their breast-works
were inraded daring the night, at shells were
found rery thiokly ttrewa around.
The Proposed Prison for Female Vagrants.
The Sohool Board, last Monday, made pro
visions that Council should build a good and
substantial fenoe around the lot on which is
situated the school-house, on the north-west
corner of East Front and Parsons-streets, of
fered them for a prison for female vagrants;
also, to insure the building against all loss by
fire, and so improre the same so aa to screen
the prisoners from the view of the residents
in that vicinity.
The Committee on Police and Prisons were
instructed by the City Council last night to
comply with these requirements of the Sohool
Board. ' '
There it probably a mlsoonceptioa among
the residents near the tchool-houte, who anti
cipate that tbe new arrangement will be a nui
sance. If the resolution is complied with, the
vagrants will aot be allowed to saunter at the
windows or be noisy. The Committee and
Mayor hare promised that erery precaution
sh&U be taten to make all things orderly at
the prison. Mr. Iba Cbitib Is now en caved
with a number of mechanics, making needed
repairs. There is a demonstration being made
toward holding aa indignation meeting at the
in gme-house oa to-morrow night
Tea fibst Battlb ia Hoioooo. A letter
ia the New York Herald states that a battle
oi oonsiaeraeio importance has already been
fought on Moroeaa tarrltnvw- Th v..u
it u laid, wen in manful v, f.i, .i '
that we hare no particulars. The Moors were
cannonading Cents, a Spanish garrison, and a
large fleet or French and English war steamers
Nsw Orlbajm Cicub-Makbbs o a Stbikb.
The cigar-makers of New Orleans are on a
strike, i On Thanksgiving Day there was a
- procession composed of blacks, mulattoes and
. white men, passing along the streets with mu
sic ahead, preoedM by a banner on which was
represented a man, behind a counter, holding
aa a bunch of cigars, with the motto "Not less
wan as per uousana,"
The Ninth-street Railroad to Run a
The Ninth-street Railroad to Run a a Shortened Route.
The Cincinnati Street Railroad It to hare a
shortened route, temporarily, and are to make
the circuit at Fourth and Walnut-streets. The
following resolution was presented to the
City Council last night:
Be it Retolved, That the Cincinnati Street
Railroad Company be and they are hereby au
thorized to extend their track on Ninth-street,
from Baymiller to Freeman-streets, Provided,
That by suoh extension the said company will
make a circuit route on Fourth, Vine, Seventh,
Freeman, Ninth and Walnut-streets, and said
circuit route will be allowed to the Cincinnati
Street Railroad Company only until June 1,
A. D. 1860, Provided, Also, that said company
etna tnemselves to take up said traok so ex
tended on Ninth-street, from Baymiller to
Freeman-streets, on or before the 1st of June,
This Resolution was adopted by a rote of
24 to S. A proposition of Mr. Wiabssi to re
peal the turn-out resolution was lost by a rote
of 15 to 16.
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Three Days Later from Europe.
Arrival of the Europa.
Sacktillb, N. B,, November 80. The
Royal Mail Steamship Europa, from Liverpool
on Saturday, tbe 19th Inst., arrived at Halifax
to-day. The Eurcpa'i advices, whioh are
three days later than those bronght by the
Bohemia, hare been brought here by the horse
The eteanibhips Kangaroo, Ocean Queen, and
Pertia had arrived out. .
The treaty ratifications were to be exchanged
at Zurich on the 21st inst. Franoe had issued
letters of Invitation to the Congress to these
Powers wbo signed the Vienna treaty, and to
three of tbe Italian rulers.
The attitude of the English and Frero'n
Press was daily becoming more warlike. The
London Timet calls on Napoleon to put au
end to the suspense.
The Congress of Powers on tbe Italian dif
ficulties is expected to meet at Paris, but no
date has been mentioned. It is stated that
Emperor Napoleon opposes Chevalier Buon
compagne in assuming the Regency of Central
It is reported that Garibaldi haB resigned
tbe command of Central Italy and has joined
the Sardinian army. The London Sooiety of
Arts had inaugurated a movement fur a great
exhibition to be held at London in 1862. The
Paris Bourse was steady. Rentes 691'. 95o.
Liverpool, November 18. Tbe Brokers'
Circular reports tbe tales to the amount of
44,000 bales, including 18,000 to speculators,
and 4,008 to exporters. Holders have been
pressing the interior qualities on the market,
which hat oaused a decline on these grades;
the fair and midd ling qualitiea, however, have
improved; prices for inferior qualities are ir
regular, but generally lower. Tbe sales of
to-day (Friday) are estimated at 6,000 bales,
the market closing at the following author
ized quotations: Orleans fair, 1; middling,
1', Mobile fair, 1; middling, 7 3-16; Up
lands, 1, middling, 6. There is a stock
of 514,000 bales now in port, of which 270,
000 bales are American.
Advices from Manchester oontinue favora
ble. The markets are generally firm.
HArai, November 17. Tres-ordinaire is
quoted at 117f., and Bat at 112f. an ad ranee
Xhe Cotton market it quiet. Bales of the
week 7,000 bales. Stock in port, 23,000 bales.
IiOHdoh, November 18. The Moner mar
ket is unchanged.
consols W(gwyi lor account: 9696 for
The Bullion in the Bank of England has
increased 30,000 pounds sterling during the
Liverpool, Saturday. November 19.
The estimated sales ol Cotton to-day r.mount
to 6,000 bales, with a dull market.
Breadstufle dull, but prices firm.
Provisions are dull.
Auction Sales of Wool.
Philadilfria, November 30. M. An auc
tion sale of forty thousand pounds of wool
oommenced at noon to-day by Messrs. Thomas
k Sons., auctioneers. There was a large at
tendance and lively bidding. In an hour
almost the whole lot was disposed of and the
following prices obtained: Extra fleece 55
biiii double extra 62; medium 39!50!4;
common 3242; three fourths blood 51;
superior pulled 35M36; tub wool 38(5,431?,,
and Cape of Good Hope unwashed 32. A
lot of two thousand pounds Western pulled
f hiladilphia. November 30. P. M. The
wool sale to-day was most satisfactory; $175,
000 were realized; the bids la many coses were
equal to the market prices.
WiSHiHQTON, November 30. There are now
about eighty members of Congress here.
The osuenses of tbe respeotire parties will
be held on Saturday night
Judge Douglas and wife design leaving tbe
city on the 12th of December for Florida, on
tne rsooauneoaation at tnetr pnysicians.
Secretary 1'lojd says his own health it re
From present indications it is nrobable tbe
press will be supplied with copies of the Presi
dent's Message and accompanying documents
Bostow. November 30 The Presidential
Committee of the American Board of Foreign
Missions published a card, deeply implicat
ing the moral character of Dr. Pomeroy. the
Secretary of the Board, tsd notifying tbe
puuuu ui jus memies!.
.Brown sympathy meetings will be held in
this city, and in many other localities in tbe
State, on the day of exeoution.
Pobi Sabria, C. W., Nor. 80. The nroTJel-
ler Milwaukee and schooner J. H. Tiffany col
lided on Monday night, In the straits of Mack
inac, and both sunk. All hands on the Mil
waukee took to their boats, and were picked
up by the propeller Free State. Four sailors
and a cook of the schooner were lost ; the rest
were aared and brought here.
St. Looib, Nor. 30. Tbe steamboat Lake
City, henee for Arkansas river, sunk last eve
ning at Carondelet, six miles below here. The
boat was rained at $15,000, and insured in
Pittsburg for $11,000. The cargo is badly
About Brown's Remains.
Nbw You, November 30. The Tribune
says that Governor Wise has written to Mrs.
Brown inclosing an order for the safe conduct
of her messenger to Charlestown, and that the
remains of Brown shall be immediately and
decently committed to his care.
LoaisrriLB, November 30 P. M. The
rirer is falling slowly, with six feet fire in
ches of water in tbe oanal.
PiTTSttJio, November 30 P. M. The rirer
is falling, with Are feet water by the pier
mark. The weather is wet.
Auction Sales of Groceries.
Nbw Yobi, November 30. At the Coffee
tale to-day, 8,400 bags were offered, but the
saie was stopped aiter z,iuu nags naa Deea
sold. Rio lVAtcbliXo.
The Tea sale was not spirited, but the pre-
viuu raves were Biuuuuua.
Fire in New York.
Nbw Tobe, November 30. Riggings A
Co.'s carpet factory on Fortr-third-street. was
destroyed by fire this morning. Loss $100,
000. Twslre hundred hands are thrown oat
Dbmocbatio Pbimabt Mimob Dsmoates
to tbb District Cos vtKTioHS.Ihe following
tiolcets were successful at the Primary elec
tions held yesterday evening :
First Ward For President, Hon. Stephen
A. Douglas Henry Bigger, Riohard Corcoran,
Jas. W. Fitiger&ld, P. M. Burns, M. Steph
ens, B. Fanning.
Seoood Ward For President, Hon. Stephen
A. Douglas Hugh Keown, John Carney, J no.
Third Ward For President, Hon. Stephen
A. Douglas J. B. Croff, P. Keiffer, J. Kon
nely, A. Cline, O. Ratoliffo, B. Bhuegman, J.
M. Kiien, P. Relley. ,
Fourth Ward For President Hon. Ste
phen A. Douglas M. Connelly, W. H. Glass,
B. Wubben, J. Longshore, Jno. McGiveren,
John Crauley, J. W. Burke.
Fifth Ward For President, Hon. Stephen
A. Douglas William G. Halpin, Joseph
BuBhkamp, George Seitzer, S. B. W. McLean.
Sixth Ward For President, Hon. Stephen
A. Douglas Peter, Sarin, Henry Starwold,
Michael Laughlin, Thos. Burke, E. Kelly,
John F. Hor, J. M. Noble.
Seventh Ward For President, Hon. Ste
phen A. Douglas Fred Blum, Peter Huber,
G. O. Thielmau, Robert Jones.
Eighth WardWames M. Armstrong, James
McCoy, Andrew Ross, B. O'Keefe, Jaoob Anl,
Jaoob Rem ley, Barney Miller, Ben Crone. .
Ninth Word Ft President, Hon. Stephen
A Douglas John Hauck, H. D. Katenkamp,
G. B. Blakeslee, Henry Meyers, B. Ereslage,
Tenth Ward For President Hen. Stephen
A. Diiugla. F. H. Oehunaon, John A. Ast,
Win. K.UDD, If. C. Bcbrader, sen., a. wagner,
J. H. Luhr.
Eleventh Ward Harvey Culvert, President;
C. Zeigler, Secretary. Delegates: F. Ltnok,
J. Hecht, F. Lacente, H. Greonthat, J. Bealer,
Twelfth Ward For President, Hon. Ste
uben A Douglas V. Eichenlaub, Frank Sei-
tv.rt, Miohael Fokert, N. Hoeffer, H. Alte
meyer, N. Woll, Fraiik Smith, J. M. Dough
erty, M. Zeigler, M. Kliuier, S. Steinreid.
Thirteeuth Ward For President, Hon. Ste
phen A. Douglas Alexander MoCabe, Pierce
Gorman, Juxeph Kyte, John Regan, David
Butler, Frank Lyons, James Hagerty.
Fourteenth Ward For .President, Hon.
Stephen A. Douglas S. S. Ayres, Joseph
Shaddinger, M. D. Carrigan, J. Walsh, P.
Fifteenth Ward. For President, Stephen
A. Douglas Colonel V. Rose, John Dean,
P. Cleary, James R. Farrell, J. A. Lange, A.
Sixteenth Ward For' President, Hon. Ste
phen A. Douglas James Wheelaa, Thomas
G. Herman, David T. Hoke, John Carroll,
C. C. Jaoobs, Dr. Merrill.
Seventeenth Ward For President. Hon.
Stephen A. Douglas James M. Young, Jere
miah Hail, jtoberiuood.
tireen Township. Kobt. Moore, wo. Robb
and M. Snyder. Instructed to go for Douglas
and nobody else.
West Precinct, Milloreek. Wm. B. Brown
and C. C. Williams. Instructed to rote for
Douglas Delegates to Charleston.
Collectob or McMiokxn Fdhd. Last night
tbe City Council adopted the following resolu
tion, viz: "Retolved, That J. B.Warren be and
is hereby authorized to oollect the rents accru
ing from the MoMicken estate, and deposit
the money when collected with Groesbeck &
Co. to tbe credit of the oity, and that he
collect the same nntil otherwise ordered by
resolution of Council." An ordinance now on
tbe table, creating a Board of Management,
has been made the special order for next
Wednesday night. Mr. Warren, as we sug
gested in a previous artiole,Jias offered to serve
The Trustees of tbe West Mining and Man.
ufacturing Company vs, Tbe Steamboat Telegraph.
Ao action on trial before Judge Bpencer to recover
damages for the loss of a barge and cargo of
coal sunk in tbe Ohio River tbe loan beingclaimed
to have arisen from a awell in the river caused by tbe
negligent and careless manner of navigating tbe
Telegraph steamer on a downward trip In January
of tills jeer.
The State vs. James Burns, indicted for
murder in the first degree. The second trial was
commenced before Judge .Halloa. A jury has not
been yet obtained.
Actios t the CiTY.-City of Cincinnati vs. George
Graham. Tbie actiou, submitted to Judge Carter, i
brought to recover tbe defendant' proportion as a
property-holder of grading north Elm-street. The
case Is before tbe Court oa a demurrer to the peti
tion. Petition for divorce dismissed. Tbe application
for a divorce and alimorjy, made in the esse of Mary
McNicoll vs. Henry McKlcoll, on the ground of ex
treme cruelty and gross neglect of duty, was refused
by Judge Collins, the Court conBldring that neither
charge if as established within the meaning of tbe
The petition was dismissed without pnjndio.
The City or Cincinnati vs. The Cincinnati, Uo'um
bus and Wooater Turnpike Company. An inquiry to
assess the damages of land sought to be appropriated
as a part of East front-attest, the defendants claim
ing the same to be worth 870,000.
Rose Hannelty, a young woman, apparently
about eigbteea years of age, vat brought into this
Court for the purpose of a-certainiug whether she
was of aane mind, tine was found wanderiua on the
streets ou tbe previous evening, and was taken for
the night to tbe Bremen-street Station-home. Her
story waathat she bad come up a day or two siuce
from Brown bounty, and that ebe was the mother of
three children. TbeCourtdid Lot think bera proper
subject for the Luuatio Asylum, though of weak
uiiuu. huu uirccwu some inquiry w oe maaeior ner.
friends. Shortly afterward it was ascertained that
wheu fouud by the police officers, sbe had strayed
from a house on Puttunon-Hllev. whum sha woe
restored to her relatives.
A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry. Koe. 341 and 271 Western-row,
j&F'For Christmas Presents go to Albert
Ruse's, south-west corner of Eighth-street and West
ICS At 9 o'olook this morning J. Graff k
Co. sell, at Ho. 23S West Th Ird.street, tbe entire Fur
niture of a family declining housekeeping.
Daguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford'a
drug-store. Picture taken and ut in good cases
for twenty cant. Warranted to please.
Mibchaht Taiwriho. Frlel k Mc
Guire, well-known Merchant Tailors, No. 256 Walnut-street,
are now supplying tbe publio with Cloth
ing which, for atyle and neatness, is not surpassed by
any other establishment In tbe oity. Drop in and
see for yourselves.
$3r Sfbaoob k Co. Let it be remembered
that Sprague k Co. have on hand a Urge and varied
stock of Gents' and Boys' Clothing, which Is not to
be surpassed. Those in want of Clothing should
drop in at tbe south-east corner of fourth and Tine.
Opera and Bridal Fans,
Pearl Stick, whit Bilk, plain ;
Fearl Stick, white Silk embroidered ;
Pearl Stick, white 611k silvered ;
Fearl Stick, Parchment Painted ;
Ivory Stick Broad Fan, whits, red, blue and sink 811k;
Ivory Stick Silvered, spangled, embroidered Silk
Ivory Stick, elegantly painted, Silk ;
Sandal-wood Htick, broad Silk, all colors ; :
Hair Pins, blue and gold, coral and gold ;
Bead Dresses, blue anl gold, coral and gold ;
Card Cases, plain and carved pearl shell ,
Forte-monnaies, with chain, leather, sliver, velvet;
Stereoscope and Views;
Steel Bracelets and Brooches ;
Steel Buckle and Slides;
Coral Necklaces and Ties ;
Just received, a line of elegant Elastics ;
With Bows, Boeottos, and in Embroidery ;
White, Blue, Fink and Crimson Silk ;
Drab, Latender, Green anl Straw-colored Silk ;
Bilk, Velvet, Eld, Buckskin and Thread.
Is a Ladles' Dress "an fait" without beautiful
JOHN D. PARK,
N. TS. corner of Fourth and Walnut-streets.
BDBK AM PORTER At th residence of Omar
Touiey, eq., Lawrancebnrg, Ind., on the 24th all.,
by the Uev. K. D. Long, of Iodiajiapolie, Mr E. O.
Burkam, banker, of Cincinnati, tq Mis 'Anna T.
Porter, of Lawroncebarg. - .
HABD1H. On Tuesday, 29th ult., Mrs. Sarah Jane,
wife of John Hardin, and only daughter of Jackson
end ailzabeth Biielow.
Tbe funeral will be attended from th family resi
dence, No. 115 Van Horn-street, west of Baymiller.
street, this morning at 10 o'clock, friends and ac
quaintance are initted te attend without luttber
notice. - - '. t
HOHSJjEY.-On Wednesday morning, Nov. 10, at
g o'clock, Mrs. Alsathea Housley.in th seventy,
second year of her age. ...
fhe funeral will lake place to-dar, Dec 1, at i
o'clock, from th residence of A. Caldwell, on Kern-per-road
Friend of tbe family ar Invited to at
tend without farther notice. , .
M ANXILT. In this city, November 29, at UH
A. M., of consumption, Jane, wife of Bobert Ma
neely, in th thirtieth year of ner age.
Tbe funeral will take plac from the residence Of
bar hnsband, to-day, December 1, at IK o'clock. No.
123 West Ninth -street, between Mound and Cutter.
The friends of t he family ar invited to attend with
out further notice.
FOR THE CHEAPEST
) lu tbe City, go to the
Corner of Longworth & Western-row.
j InoSO-awJ .
"CINCINNATI I NDEPEND-
tcNT HlflRl.AND G DA EDO. ATTKM-
iii-Mi.Vnn.N VMn.li. notified to assemble at Na
tional Hall THIS iTiiursdayl EVENUifJ, Deo. 1, in
re left ord-T.
First pipe at S o'clock precisely.
dele, j ;. J. U. PA f HICK, Captain.
ASFUflERAl, NOT! C 13. THE
Ve Officer and Member of the FIRKMEN'H
ilk i-Viil.Kf AttiMrill ATIDN ra horebv notirie l
t m-Ht at tht r Hull THIS (ThOriv) MUBNIMi
at7 o'clock, for the purpose of attending the fu
neral ol A. BUlUia, late mn.tr oi jmnim run
Couipauy.Ko. 6.. OHIO. K. WARNER, Sec.
Si'lionr, UNION A mestinsof Sunday-
cUol Teachers wiltib held TU1S (Thursday)
BVKNINQ.-Deceraber I, at Kiudley Chapel, UlUtou
treat, near Untier, under tbe direction of tbe Cin
ciuu itiSuniiaj-acht'Ol Union.
Question for discussion: "Importance ana Man
agement of Teachers' Meetings."
aeia inua. srtAPin.tiarn, iwc. oeu.
MR. S. M. HEWLETT, THE
Mrlv rnmnitnlnn and co-luhorer of John
U..110I1. will fflvA hi firBWiM TemmiraiiCe 8rjeech
it AUIodeon Ballon FRIDAY EVKN1SU, Deo. 2.
During the earning h w ill slug one of bis original
Teinprrauce Odes Hli efforts ar- equal to Cough's,
fin hAj.r him . If vnu are tond of humor and satire.
eloquence and datamation, be will please ou. Ad
mission 10 cents, to pay expenses. By order of tb
Y. M. M. 1. ASSOCIATION
A miuttfnff of the members of this Asso-
nmtiunwill bafceldin tbe Library Booms on 8AT-
CRDAT.'EVENINQ, Doc. 9, at 7 O'ciock, ior tne
purpose .'of appointing a committee of seven mni.
hara. bv hailnt. in nominate officers for the ensuinff
year, in conformity with the provitions of tbe ninth
article of the Constitution, and for the transaction
of such other business as may be presented. By order
of the Board. uoHleJ J. t. TALBOT, Bee. Beo.
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DIS.
COVBltY is acknowledged br the moat em-
neut physicians, and by tbe most careful druggists
throughout the united States, to be the most effectual
hinrut.niirinar avnr known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent cures, than
any preparation anowu w, ui pruiusoivu. mrvium,
Salt Bheura, Erysipelas, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
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the pamphlet with each bottle, for sale by JOHN D.
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M. DIXON. Price 81. eoplS-ar
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COMPANY OF OINCIN-
N ATI, 8. w. corner 01 inira
and Kace-itreets. October.
IS, lrtM.-Tliis road ia now open. Cars will start,
at intervals 01 tea minutes, lrom 0:30 &. jn. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence-street, and westward on
Fourth-street to Smith, and on Fifth-street to
Wood. Citizens will please bear in mind that the
car will invariably cross intersecting streets before
stopping for passengers.
ocU-tf JAMES J. BOBBINS, President.
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of its efficacy in the cure of all kinds of cutaneous
diseases. After becoming satisfied that the Lotion
is no humbug, procure a bottle and use it, and you
will be satiated that tbe balf has not been said in its
favor that might be.
Price SO cents, or six bottles for S2SO.
SOLON PALMER, Agent,
no30 No. 36 West Fourth-street.
1 11. M. L.
EX-SENATOli HEMY 8. F00TK,
Thursday Eveuliig, Dec 1,
Smith & Nixon's Hall.
ADMlgMION 33 CENTS.
Doors onen at 7 o'clock. Lecture to commence at
goclock. no. 6
tOIHST SOCIAL COTILLON PAHTY
V OF THE 8KAKON Given by J. CBAN
DLE and t. LONG, at tb
aUEEN CITY HALL,
Corner of Eighth and Freeman-streets,
On the 9th of December, 1859.
CoaTWTKR or ABaiHOEWBHTS W. H. Helman, L.
Boblnson, W. J. Jamas, A. Thorpe.
aUwiOiBS-Bergeant J. B. Moore, W. Wollenhop,
P. P. Iltcben, F. Sitchen, J. Flagg, W, Weiat.
Capt. H. F. BARDEEN, Chief.
V. J. STEPHENSON, Ass't Chief.
Positively no gentleman admitted without a lady.
Tickets One Dollar. delh
303 WESTERN ROW, ABOVE FIFTH,
. FBESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS, every day by
Xxstsss, warranted te be unsurpassed. Also J
i Cor., Bpioei, and Piekled Oysten, eholos
Sereines, names, Bauoes, ana veienups,
vjrtesa Lioosten ana ciems, xresa
uumea reaons, Btrtwaerrus,
0jM ItiVUl UiUAsVU U
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
93 Sycamre-treet, opposite the National
. Theater, 1
E. C, BOCKIBfO, Agent.
AtiSO Fish, Game and Lobsters. deltf
TfcJ'OTICE TO BUILDERS PROPOSALS
Jl will be received at tbe office of I. Rogers, Bon
A Co., No. 168 Vine-street, until TUESDAY. Ieo. ,
at II o'clock My for building the New City Hospital,
on the elte of the present building, bounded by
Western-row, Twelfth-street and Canal. Bids to be
received for the whole job, and not in parts. All
bids to be made to conform to the plans, specifica
tions and terms of the bids, all of which may be
seen at th office of Isaiah Sogers, Son A Co., No,
ISA Vine-street. No bid will be received nnloss they
oonform to and are made on th printed forma ; also
the bidder to name th price he will allow for the
old materials now on the ground. The snenritv in.
tended to be offered for the faith. ul performance of
me contract w v nemen in uie nine.
OKOROB W. BUNTAN,
deltt 'Chairman Com. on Public Buildings,
WtyiLLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
ww ATiiAW.iraaaenuiiuings o. SJCast riiira
NEW ADVJijKTiaJliJlUiiiM Its.
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS.
Purchasers are invited to examine my stock of
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS!
At I am confident I can sell them
Twenty-five Per Cent.
Lower than thos nouses that have to make their
Expenses Exclusively by them
M- !Ft E5 G-JA. 3XT,
No. 0 Fifth-street,
, Three doors Went of Vlne-trt, .
deldwTb. . CINCINNATI, OHIO.
32 WEST FOUHTH-STBEBT,
Between Main and Walnut, .
HAVE NOW ON HAND A SPLENDID
Business and Overcoats,
Which they will sell at a very small advano. Gen
tlemen are respectfully Invited to call and examine
before purchasing elsew here. ' , . delaw
Are now offering a large variety of
In all their departments, which, for beauty and nov
elty, can not tie Burp&jsed. Citizens and strangers
are invited to examine their stock, as it will be the
greatest chance for bargains this season.
ELEGANT STOCK of DRESS SILKS
Bought at reduced prices, and selling extremely low.
LADIES' CLOAKS, &G.
Winter Fashions, In newest styles. '
JUST RECEIVED, '
Splendid Velvet Cloaks ;
Cloth Cloaks of every style and price ;
Larue isriety of Shawls and Scarfs i
Gents' Traveling kbawls,
WOOL DRESS STUFFS, &c.
All-wool Dslainea, 37 per yard ;
All-wool Plaids, 37 Ho. per yard ;
i'rintod Celninos at 12)a and 15c, worth ibc.
This department Is roplete with every variety of La
dies' Gents' and Children's Wear at reduced prices,
Zephyr Wool Opera Hoods.
NuLies, Bliawls and Vails ;
Super KM (i loves, iu black, vliile aud colors, at
T5 cents per pair.
rm Cambric Hots, at l SO, worth $3 ;
Job lot Bunds and jrlouncings.
Bed Blankets! Flannels!
10, 11 and 12-4 Whitney Blankets ;
Red and White, Plain aud Twilled Wool Flannels ;
9. 10 aud Vi- Bbaker Skirting Flannels;
riaid Flannels, reduced.
DEL AND, G0SSAGE & CUYLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE FIKX'S OPERA-HOUSE.
UoW-I T Ah 81
GRATES AND STOVES !
Any Style of Grates can be) Set or React with
this Improvement. . v
WE ARB NOW PREPARED TO FILL
orders rapidly, as we have a large fore of
Have your grates set with the patent before cold
weather, or you will regret It. It is poor economy
to use your grates set in the old war, burning twico
as much coal as yon need, and not obtaining naif as
much heat as tbe patent gives. The patent will save
tour money by reducing the consumption of fuel
It will save your health, by giving you pure heat
and plenty of it to make your rooms comfortable lu
all parts. It makes your home cheerful at a trifling
cost, which Is soon saved in fuel.
We have now a full supply of the Patent Stoves,
plain and enameled.
Order may be left at No. 20 West Fifth-street, or
sent through mail.
County and State rights for salo on such terms ss
will par Ave hundred per cent., without any risk.
J. B. RYAN & CO.,
Proprietors ot Dodge's Patent.
J. BDAKELY. General Agent. no26o
TO OUR PATRONS
WE WOULD SAY THAT OUR STOCK
of line Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware is
now full and complete. Thankful for the very lib
eral and generous patronage which baa been ex
tended to onr establishment for more tbsn twenty
five years, we take this method of inviting our
friends, and tbe publio generally, to continue their
favors, feeling ourselvos In a far 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 has
Our store la well supplied with valuable articles,
suitable for presents for the approaching holidays.
The damage to our Silver-ware Manufactory by the
late Are Is now fully repaired, and all we now need
to keep up Its vitality Is plenty of orders. . We are.
prepared to fill the tame with dispatch, and we
Bromlse full satisfaction to all who may please to
ivor ut with their cat Is.
B. 4 D. K1MSEV, 24 West Fifth-street.
The highest price paid for old Oliver Coin of all
LAN E V BO O LEY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
CorsterJohn'd Water; ta.,Ci"clnnatl,0.
FBAHULIN TIPS AND STEREOTYPY
lOUTWnifr", B. AQIilMON, BupertnttBdcntv
Si lntlngtfVi srlaU ofllT inds. 166 Ylneireet.
I -m.w a TV r i.i itniTnnirntTiiiri
xJhw jx v mj..gjuw.n,vf o
No. 112 FIFTH-STREET,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS.
A STILL GREATER REDUCTION
' l ' r
.: .-Mil - IN THE P BICES OT . .
Black Silks at TSc, worth $1 12. .
Fancy Silks reduced from $1 25 to TSc.
Figured French Merlnoes, test qual
' . ity, at $1.
Plata French Merlnoes, lest quality,
at eoc. t .. ;. ; '.- ,
Enllsb Merlnoes, worth ' 50c., selling
Valenclas at half-price.. ' ; . ;'
Best quality English Prints at 10c.
4-4 Sheeting Muslins at 10c. .
r-! : " iO-rr-.': '. :"
-IN- ' '
CLOAKS AXD MILS!
V 'in ...
iadies' & Grents'
Being desirous of reducing my stock as low aa pos
sible bv the 1st of Jannary, I have so marked down
all goods that none can be dissatisfied with tbe prices.
Chas. S, Weatherby,
No. 113 Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS.
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOTJRTH.-STREET,
next to Smith Ss Nixon's Hall, Cincinnati,
Ohio. A splendid Gift, worth from fio cents to 100,
will be given with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at tbe time of sale.
Gifts consist of Gold and Siver Watches, Ladles'
Solid Cold Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, fine Qold
Bracelets, Gents' Gold Vest-chains, and a large va
riety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
Wonts toSIM. . . '
Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully Invited to
call and examine our slock.
A. As KEL.LEY,
Publisher and Gift Bookseller,
No. 2S West fourth -street.
WILSON, GARLICK & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
Bogs, Pork. Lard, Whisky, flour. Grain, Ac.
Cilice north-west corner Birth and main-streets,
Cincinnati, opposite the Gait Bouse.
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
in the General Produce aud Commission Business,
under the style of Wilson, Gurlick A Co., respect
fully tender their services and solicit tbe patronage of
their friends and the publio. Particular attention
Said to buying and selling Hogs, Whisky,' flour,
rain. Ac. Their charges will be as moderate a
any other good house in the city. Befor to the mer
chants of Ciuolunati generally .
A. WIL80N, Ja.,
II. T, GARLICK,
no28bm ' h. T. BAltB.
If You "Wirt
0) Tine, Vat, Fresh Os8Taa,(g fm.
Magnum Bouuma, at his Wholesale and Betall Oys
253 253 233 253 253
Fifth door above Sixth, west side.
PHffiNIX INSURANCE COMPANY,
-v . Hertford, Connecticut.
Capital, $100,000 Assets, S54r,'il.
iseToteu w ire uubiuobb exclusively.
H. A. GLA88FOBD. A rent.
33 West Third-street, Cincinnati
WM. P. HEWSON. of the lata firm of
UewsonA Holms,wlllcontlnue tbe Commis
sion, Stock and Bill Brokerage business, at their old
office, No. Basement Maaonio Building, Third,
street. Ho solicits a continuance of the business here.
tofore so liberally beBtowed on the old firm, neaiam
S COICH AND IRISH WHISKY. Just
received, 4 puncheons very superior Old Scotch
and Irish Whisky. For sale by
a. Mcdonald co.,
no28 '' K and Branch Store m Weet Fonrth-st.
C0T0H ALE AND LONDON PORTER.
r-r ust rcwjiTwu. m vwm .fiBuer s, loungers, anu
otber celebrated brands Hcotch Ale and London Por
ter. ' Forsale by A. McDONALD A CO.,
no28 flS and Branch Store 249 Weet Fourth-at.
OLIVE OIL Just received, 48 doiea
flagons very tnperlor Olive Oil. For sale by
a. Mcdonald a co.,
aoS8 ' M and Branch Store 249 Weet Fourth-at.
REMOVAL . E. OSMOND, M. D.,
Dentist, has removed to 72 Vine-street, near
Beventh, opposite the Qas Office. no20-bm
TEW FRUITS. New Raisins, new Car-i-w
rants, new Figs, Prunes, Citron, Ac, just re.
solved and for sale by . '
JOHN VKBGTJSON, Grocer,
no29 Corner Ninth and Vine-elreets.
OYSTERS. I am In dally receipt of tha
best brand of Oysters coming to this city.
Warranted fresh and fat.
JOHN FKBQUSOM, Grocer,
noiiB ' Corner of Ninth and vlne-sireets.
FAMILY FLOUR. I have always on
hand, a supply of the best Family Flonr In tbe
market for family use.
JOHN FBRGUSON, Grocer,
uo2y ' ' Corner llinth and Vlne-atioelt.