THE PRIES S.
ANDY W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL
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tmgi, 14 wut rouBTH-STEnrr.
... December a
To- a Day of Duty.
Dhows is to be hang to-day. A jqry has
found him guilty; tot) Court give the sen
teace; and by the messengers of law he is to
ha hung. Ho who resorted to violent baa
met violent death. Thia ia a day not to
discern the faalti of others, but to mend and
prevent our ova. Are we guiltless of his
erimef Have we always been in the temper
toward our neighbor which caused ui to treat
him with charity, Did we at any time mad
den the people with the demagogue' appeal
to the poor to war on the rich: to the mob to
attack the bank; to the mob to ront the no
grow at Buoktown, or the Shakers from their
villagaaT Are we sot disposed to get rid of
aa offensive pren by throwing the types out
of the window or into the river? ; Our duty
to-day, then, is to determine that we will set
so more bad examples; to resolve, to discoun
tenance violence; to mind our, of n business,
and to let other people mind theirs. We pro
test against Ohio or Cincinnati being classed
among the enemies of the South. Whatsvor
ins have been committed in hostility to the
Eauth heretofore, shall' suffice To-day wo
turn over a new leaf. The South must bo us
generous in return. Let her dismiss her fears,
and meet the conservatives of the North hall
way with a whole heart. Lot violence no
longer prevail on either side.
It was not a justification for Biown that
Slavery is a - wrong. The excuse for him
would avail the tradesmeo and laborer to mob
the manufacturer for severity of exaction in
the work shop the Agrarian in attacking and
robbing the man of wealth. It is hardly corn
portable with the patriotism and Christianity
of the motive assigned, to risk the stability of
a union of these states by an assault upon the
Slave institution. If that is to be done, the
North has the power to dye the plains of
Virginia and the Slave States in blood, and If
Slavery can be obliterated by force, rate it
from the land. This we won't do; then why
lacerate the tender cords of sympathy which
unites these States. Is it our magnanimous
mission, now having the power, to intimidate
and vex our Southern friends in return for the
subjection they have imposed upon us?
We invoke a truly Christian spirit to guide
us as patriots, to wage no bloody war of fores
on oar neighbors. They have sorrows enough,
fears enough, in the fatal institution which
circumstances has imposed upon them.' ', The
State exempt from the evil should not sport at
tho fears and apprehensions of slave-owners,
nor deify the hand which bears the torch to
burn their dwellings. Let the wrongs of Kan
sas be avengsd as Providence directs, in an
unseen and noiseless way; let not States of
the same Confederacy be discordant and bel
ligerent, but, In true fellowship, let us devote
ourselves anew to the good of the Common
wealth, not by a revolution of blood, but by
the peaoeable effective course of a good ex
ample and the unaided foroe of the words of
truth. If the owners of slaves are relieved
from eutslde pressure, they will consult their
interests as to getting rid of the evil. They
have a right to retain what the Constitution
assures. We of the West, who have hope, and
not the dread which South Carolina displays, are
dreaming of no Southern Confederacy, but are
desiring a new bond of Union with that State
by bands of iron, and new bonds of affection
by knowing eaoh other better. We of the
West desire but one Confederacy, and will
listen to no projects of Disunion.
The Season of Trade.
Cincinnati is realising her important posi
tion as a mart for Western ooinmerce, and as a
metropolis In which to meet, dally, representa
tives of the people of all climes and suns.
Magically, almost, the skill of (he architect
and the builder, with the superabundant
wealth of a well-husbanded trade, Is construct
ing and reconstructing merchant palaces and
ranges of warehouses to adequately keep pace
with the wbolosale business of Cincinnati.
There is one feature of Cincinnati business
which is wsaith of itself its integrity, its
pmdonoo. For years and years ths same men,
the same houses making principals of the
associates, at the same localities, have plied
an honest, profitable business, securing, with
small profits, a name and fame for fair deal
ing. With snch a character, with increased
supplies and the encouragements of an abund
ant crop, Cincinnati is engaged in her Fall
Trade. The West Hods us at home.
The Recurrence to First Principles.
Ex-Governor Foots addressed the Y. M.
Mercantile Library Association last night in
eloquent strains of animadversion against the
tampering by the Executive with tho notion
of the people in the choice of their represen
tatives, and in deploring the degeneracy of
politics. He presented with force snd effect
the need at this epoch of purity and patriot
ism in our national oouncils, and expressed
his convictions that the right man would be
vouchsafed us as pilot in the impending storm.
He counseled that the warnings of the Model
President Washington should avail us
now. Let the people, we say, ponder on their
own duty, and demand, from their rulers a
recurrence to first principles. "''''
Statue and Honors to Washington Irving.
The V. M. M. L. Association, at their meet
ing to-morrow night, should take the lead in
passing resolutions honoring the memory of
WaaniNOTOK laviao. They should call a public
meeting for the expression of publio sentiment
in reference lo the death of this first man of the
Literati of America, and to initiate steps to
have a statue of the great American Wabb
ihuto Isvixo erected in some conspicuous
point in this city the Queen of the West.
Meeting Night of the City Council.
The subjeot Is mooted to change tho mseting
night of the City Connoll from Wednesday to
Tuesday. It has not yet been broached by
presentation to the Board. Several members
a-e in favor of the change on account of their
engagements elsewhere on Wednesdaynlght.
The change would, be of doubtful propriety,
Be Sure You are Right.
The Courts have decided in a recent case
in which the city had to pay paving bill
on John-street, "that where street varied in
width on different squares, separate1 assess
ment ordinances should be passed."
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Additional by the Europa.
Backvilli, N. B.,Deoemberl The foreign
dispatches per the ftiropo received here by
Horse Express, inolade advioes to the 20th
utt., by telegraph to Queenstown, at whtoh
port the Europa touched on her voyage. The
ehlo Cora linn, from New York for the Clyde,
stranded near Rothlin on the 15th ult., but
got off the following day, and reaohed tbe
Shanohai. October 6 The Chinese govern
mant has reoudiated the treaty with the
United Stats by refusing to open the ports of
uuonwpie ana caiman, as stipulates in me
Paris, November 19. -No formal invitation
has jet been sent by France to England, but
Count Peraigny has been instructed to arrange
tne preliminary conditions witn Jjoru jonu
Austria and England have both protested
against the establishment of the Regency in
The Frenoh prefects ars intruded to invite
the journals to be more circumspect in their
language toward England.
The three per cent, rentes olosed to-day
(20th) at 691. fiSo.
It is stated that Buoncompagne would tender
his resignation of tbe Begcnoy to the Sardinian
Two British war steamers have suoceeded
in bringing off three hundred and fifty Christ
ians from the small forts of Morocco. A gen
eral massacre of the fugitives was feared.
A Spanish army of forty thousand men was
expected to land in Morocco early in Decem
ber. The exchange of ratifications at Zurich has
been fixed for the 21at of November. Ths full
powers entrusted to the plenipotentiaries would
then be withdrawn. Letters of invitation
from the Frenoh Government to the powers
which signed tho treaties of Vienna, to send
plenipotentiaries to tho Congress bad been dis
The seat of the Congress would probably be
Paris, the governments of Russia and Austria
having signified s preference tor that oapital.
A Paris telegram to the London Jbit says
that the powers invited to sond representatives
to the Congress are those that signed the final
act of Vienna and the three prinoipal powers
of Italy. The Congress will thus be composed
of Franoe, Great Britain, Russia, Prussia, Aus
tria, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Sardinia, Rome
It is reported that Cardinal Antonelli will
represent the Pope in the Congress.
The London Timet, upon the Sun Juan dif
ficulty, enlarges npon tbe general conviction
that war between America and England is
impossible. It however says: "There are
Borne convictions which work out their own
truth in practice, but there are others which
tend to their own practical refutation. We
sincerely hope that the diiferent readings of
the axiom, that war w ith England and Amer
ica is impossible, may not be an illustration
of this truth." The editorial, after pointing
out the importance of Stu Juan to the En
glish, and the impossibility of tbe surrender
of it unless Borne very diil'eront titlo be
brought forward from any yet seen, concludes
by expressing much satisfaction that the right
to the island will bo cooly discussed in Wash
ington and London, while ths affairs on the
spot will remain in statu iuo.
Tho London Herald understands that Mr.
Lever has sgain offered to charter the Great
Eattern for twelve months, but the proposal
was refused without hesitation by the Direc
tors. Tbe official investigation into the loss of tho
Royal Charter ia progressing in Liverpool
butwithout developing anything new.
Divers at the wreck had brought up several
small boxes of gold. Measures are about to
bs taksn by tbe Government for tho protec
tion of Belfast Harbor.
The societies of art hare inaugurated a
movement for a grand International exhibition
In London in 1802. They propose to raise a
guarantee fund of 250,000 sterling.
itunuud mat tbe .British ttu eminent ia
under conviction that it is not policy to rely
on one national war laboratory and arsenal, and
has detormincd to 08tablit.ii an inland araonal
on a large scale, and In commit its workinz to
civilians. It is not intended, however, to iii
me lme nan again a disgusting article on
the relations oEogland and Franoo.
It ooni plains that la Franco, every Instiu
ment that oan work on pubiio opinion ia beinjr
employed to raise a violent spirit of animosity
against England and the nation at large, and
that the army is taught to look on a war with
England as not remote.
The Timet cannot discover any serious ques
tion at issue between the two governments,
and affirms that it is in tbe power of the Era
peror alone to put an end to the Btato of
things dally beooining mors serious, and if ho
does not do so there is a reasonable ground
for drawing a gloomy inference from hit al
ienee. LiviBPOOL. November 18. Richard son Si
Spence report the breadstuff market firm.
Flour quiet but firm. American brands are
quoted at 2328i. Wheat firm and advancod
23d. in early part of the week, but closed
quiot. Red is quoted at9s3d10 3d. White
at Us Bd($lls i per 100 lbs. Corn dull and
was offered freely at a slight decline. Yellow
2233s per quarter; Whits 3538s. M??rs.
Bigland, Athsgs & Co. quote wheat at an
advance of Id. on the week, and oorn tit a
decline of od.
James MoHenry 4 Co., Bigland, Athegu A
Co., Richardson & Spence and other circulars,
report the Liverpool Provision market dull
Beef dull, with a decline on the inferior qunli
ties. Pork dull. Bacon quiet. Lard steady
Coffee dull. Carolina Rice firm. Reiin
steady; at ig)U. Id. Turpentine steady.
Barings report Wheat advanced 1(72(1.
Flour, 23s2lls. Sugar firm, and advanced
Francis. Marquis Hortier, Embassador to
Borlin,is transferred to Vienna, vice, Bnron
Boriiueney, who retires from publio life.
Prince Vatour Dauveneigue goes to Berlin.
Gsnerat Montonban Is named General-in-Chief
of the French expedition to China. His
nomination is unpopular in tbe army.
Priuce Metternick had received letters of
credence as Austrian Embassador to Paris.
The warlike article in the London Time r.f
the 15th nit. had produced a great sensation,
Tbe Paris journals generally say that the
views set forth are exaggerations, and that the
unfriendly feoliog, if any exists, is entirely
owing to the violence of the British press.
The harbor of Fecamp, near Havre, is to
be transferred Into a military port and arse
nal. The Ante dt la Religion had published a let
ter purporting to be au answer of tbe Kiog
of Sardinia to Napoleon's recent letter. It
is, however, pronounced a fabrication, and
the journal will be prosecuted.
A dispatch from General Martin prey an
nounces additional sucoest over the Moors.
Madbio, 18. The correspond
ence "Autographa" contradicts the rumor t list
Spain has received a diplomatic note from
England relative to the Morocoo expedition.
aplis. Orders have been given to the
Neapolitan Embassies to deliver a passport to
all the Neapolitan exiles who may demand
permission to return.
Rttssu. Af rost has prevailed in the Gulf
between St. Petersburg and Cornstadt, and
communication is stopped.
The finanoial pressure continued, but the
latest symptoms are rather more favorable.
A dispatch from Verona reports, for seven
days, awful gales, during whloh seventeen ves
sels were wrecked. No further particulars ars
Tcbkxt. The ministers had acquiesced in
the reforms proposed by thenewOrand Visler,
Fudd Pacha. Risza Pacha remains definitely
in office. It was reported that Vely Pacha
was to be Embassador to Pari. -
The official Omsk deolares that the Porte
baa by no means placed a definite veto upon
the oarrying out of the Sues Canal project.
Imu.. The Bombay mail of October 26
arrived at Aden November 8, and were ex
pected to reach London November JL ' '
Washington, December 1. The Tennessee's
mails, which arrived here to-day, brought a
letter from sn entirely reliable source, saying
that the Cabinet of the Liberal Government
are united In their views, and there is every
reason to believe that they will agree to the
pending treatv with the United btat-as. bo
hopeful is the writer that he adds that It will
tie received in tnis country very soon alter
tbe raeetliitr f Congress.
There is no truth in the newspaper report
that Juares Intends asking tor an immediate
American armed intervention. A rumor was
however prevalent at Vera Crus, just before
tne rtnneuee lelt, tnat tne ouramon govern
ment was about to mshe overtures to our own,
but its truth was strongly doubled.
Mayor Llnooln and the committee of the
City Conn til of Boston, accompanied by Ex
Congressman Comins, arrived to-day with the
view of having a commissioner appointed by the
President to make an examination of Boston
Harbor, In connection with the action of the
sea on the cbsnnel and the Island.
The receipts into tbe Treasury, for the week
ending on Monday Iasf, were nearly $802,000;
amount subjeot to drift, (666,000 ; Inorease
over the ssnie, on hand last week, $278,000.
Various combinations are sought to be found
relative to the organisation of the . House:
therefore anything which might now be said
upon the subjeot would be mere speculation or
William E. Everett nas resigned his com
mission as a Chief Engineer in the Navy.
Philaoklpbia, December 1. The menibors
of Congress in Pennsylvania, opposed to the
present Administration, hold a caucus last
evening at tho St. Lawrence Hotel, forth
purpose of sdopting measures to secure an
early organisation of the Uoupo. Sixteen
members were present, all of whom Were from
tbe various districts of the State outside the
city. Much surprise was expressed at the ab
sence of tho oity delegation. Some of tho
mom hers from the interior desired the delega
tion to unite and feleot candidates for tho
Speakership, Printer and Clerk, but a majority
was opposed'to any such action, and when tho
delegation met, a resolution, after considerable
discussion, was adopted to invite all the mem
bers of the House opposed to the Administra
tion to meet tbem in Washington on Friday
ovenlng for the purpose of uniting upon candi
dates for tho various offices to be voted for on
Columbia, S. C, December 1, In the House
of Delegates, on Wednesday, the following
resolutions were offered :
Semlvtd, That the State of South Carolina
Is reed j to enter, together with the other
slaveholding States, or suoh as desire present
action, into ths formation of a Southorn Con
federacy. Jlaolmd, That the Governor be requested
to forward this resolution to tho Executives of
tbe Southern States.
Another resolution wss offered, asking offi
cial information of the condition of the State
arsenals, nrtns, ammunition, the numbor of
men enrolled, style of arms, Ao. .
Cincinnatians Arrested at Harper's
Bamimoeb, November 30. Three passen
gers by the Western train on tbe Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad were taken out of tbe cars
to-day, on arrival at Harper's Ferry, by the
military there, end imprisoned, under the
tollnwing circumstances: Parties of merchants
of Cincinnati who started for Baltimore r.t
Grafton, were heard to express themselves qnito
freely relative to Brown, by expressing sym
pathy for him and his family. Tho conver
sation was heard by a man alleged to be a
spy- - '
Survivors of the Mountain Meadow Massacre.
St. Louis, Deo. 1. Dr. Forney, Superinten
dent of Indian Affiirs In Utah, arrived here
to-day, with ths remaining two survivors of
the Mountain Meadow massaare, "ho served
as witnesses la the Investigation of that affair.
Further intelligence in reference to the gold
disooveries in Snuth-etvst Missouri, confirm
the previous report.
New York Stock Market.
Nsw Yoax, December 1. The Stock market
is again heavy at a still lower range of prions.
At the commencement of business this morn
ing adocllne of per cent, was estab
lished on ths speculation list, from which there
was a slight reeovery before the Board ad
journed, but at the close pricos showed a de
The Overland Mail.
St. Louis, December I. Tbe overland mail,
With rlnt.es from finn Vrannlann in n 11K
ult., passed Warsaw, Missouri, two hundred
mid eighteeen miles west of St. Louis, this
evenlnc hilt, thnm Halm, nn tav in 4fc. . - -
press or mail-bags at that point, the sum
mary oi vaiuornia news lor tna associated
Press could not be obtained.
The Overland Mail. The Slaver Wanderer Case.
Savannah, December 1. Tho Grand Jury
yesterday ignored tho bill against Rsgnnta
and Aquira, charged with being engaged in
the slaver Wanderer affair. It is understood
that the District Attornev will enters nolle
pro upon the other indictments against tho
Pittsbcbo, December 1 M River four
feot ton inches by the pier mark. Weather
cloudy with appearance of rain.'-
Locisvillk, December 1 P. M. River ful
ling, with six feet in the canal snd four feet
oo tne talis.
The Europa at Boston.
Boston, December 1. The steamer Europa
arrlvod this evening; at at half tast seven
o'clock. Her mails will be dispatched South
in the morning, and will bo due in Philadel
phia to-morrow night. '
Trial for Murder.
C'lll.llllRIA. fl. O.. T)anntnhr 1 Th trial ..f
James Hood, thn enrrircer nf lh nfanm.i.
tfathville. for murder nn fhn hioh oao. ha
MlLLtDOIVII.f.a. TWemliO,. 1 fllinln (1..
murderer of Webb, baa been pardoned by an
uunvi lue .Legislature, uut tne uovernor nas
vetoed the bill.
New Yobx. DanemW 1 Thn U.m-V,l
Saxnnia, for Southampton, Havre, and Ham
burg, to-day, takes out $700,000 in speoie.
A Mombtkb Litxballv Cuts Out bis Wira's
IISARTAND NXABLV KlLLS BIS SlSTKB On
Friday night last Frank Wright, in a drunken
fit, at Woodville, N. H .struok his sister a se
vera blow in tbe back with a knife but the
aucceeded in making ber esoape. Help was
procured and on returning to the house it
was found that he had murdered his wife
literally cut her open and taken out her heart.
Wright was taken Into close custody, Tho
girl' wound is oonsiderod dangerous. , i ,:
Zr A. A. Eyster, Clooks, Watches and
Jewelry, Not, 341 and 371 Wwtern.row,
asFor Christmas Present g.i to Albert
Boss's, south-west corner of Eighth-street and West
par Dagaerrean Gallery, south-west eor
ntr of rilxth and Weitern-rnw, over Hanaaford'e
drug store. Picture token and ill in good oases
for tventr cents. Warranted to nleane.
8 pro sue k Co. hsve a fine aniortment
of Geute' and Jton' Clothing, to which biy Invite
u iiaauon oi iue buuiio. uney nsvt none but
gnoi B.nlorlel. Thou who fvor thm with r.ll
wIHgctthk beet. Remember the south-east eorner
of Fourth and Vine. ''- '
8UITH-I,Kl)MAN.-On tlio 59th nit., at thersl.
deni-uoi the l.tlik's father. Mlm Emma Josephine
lifdman, of Ii;I1kIiii. Huihr Comity, Ohio, to
Mr. Oer8C. tiultli. uf thWcity. ' , 1
PLITKR-WOkTIMNCtTOK.-On the evening of
thv;lh ult., Hi Hrv. W. R. Krone, Air. CJuian
W.OliVKrto Mi-n.lHiio Worthlnijlon.
THOXIXIj. On Wednesday, Xovomlxir 30; at 6
O'cloi'k . HI., alien long illumi. Mr. Wru. Uroxell.
Tlia funeral will Inks place 111 U afternoon at 1
o'clock, Itoiu hie residence on Walnut u ills.
WKlTZiCL -Mrs. Lon'iea Welleel, wife of Godfrey
Weluel, Lieut. II. S. A., and dnuhter of U.m. A.
Moor, departed this 111b on Wednesday , tiov.28, t
Went Point, New Tork.
Tlie reiualne of tbe deoeaeed will be couducted to
their lat re, ling place to-dar, December S at 0
o'clock A. M. Srlenoi and relatione era luvltedto
attend, at So. 48 Webster-atreet, near eycamore.
SMITH. On Vedneeday, November 80, at 10
o'clock r. M., ot consumption, ttamuel B. Smith,
aged twenty-terra years
Hie funeral will take place fl ora the residence of
bin father, U J. Smith, No. 8"5vteit Jilgbth-Ureei,
to-day, Ueueinber 2, at IX o'clock, precisely.
RINOOOLt) -November SO. at9X o'clock P.M.,
Frederick St., Infant eon of Ulara and Frederick G.
liluggold, agd two years.
'i'lie futierHl will take nlare at 1 A'elnrk I. M. to.
day, from the residence of M. Btrnsey, K., No. SI
Muth-ilrtot. Friends of the family are invited to
FOR THE CHEAPEST
Iu the City, go to the
Corner of Longworth & Western-row.
THE M EM B UKst OP COV1 NG
TON LODGE. No. 133. F. and A.
jtiasuiia, are rcquettea to atienit tne Anuoal
JleelluKior lira election oi ouicere anapnv
meut or dues, THIS (Kriday) H.V1ISN1NG,
Doconiber 2. Bv order of
de!!u B. U. HIDENOUR, W. 51.
MP.BCIIANT8 KKOM THE
OOONTRf who Tt.it Cincinnati hhnnld
mil tall lo pmchtutta few dozen FKANIW.Iit AL
MANACS. The f iauUllu Alumtiuo anil Jliury for
law in wroiiuK witn nn e-nui uioiib eme. ror fate, liy
Hie tingle copy or by the dozen, by 11. V. H,.N'K)KO,
tit his publ fen' ion oflko. up stnlrn, N. K. corner of
Fourth and Wiiluut-stroeU. l'rlco. single copy, 30
centn; fl liipcrilozeu. d Zli
mil s. m. iiiivvnyrr, the
early comnanlon and co. Inhorar nf .Inlm
li. iiouell. will Clve his fmewell TeniDeraiir.a ftnneel.
at Melodeou flail on FIUIIA? EVfcMNU, Dec. 2,
During the evening he III eiti(j oneof hin original
Temprrance Odes. Htserforte are tuiuivl to dough's.
()u hear him. If you are loud of humor and entire,
eloquence and declamation, he will please you. Ad
mission 10 cents, to pay expenses, lly order of the
Y. M. M. X,. ASSOCIATION.
A meeting of the member of thia Ann.
coition will be held in tbe Library ltooms on e'AT
UltDAY, KVKNISO, Dec. 3, at o'clock, for the
riurpoH of appointing a com ittee of seven menu
ers, by ballot, to nominate officers for the ensuing
year, in conformity with the provisions of the ninth
article of tho Conetltutlon, and for tho tranaactlou
of such other buslnesa as may be presented, liy order
of tho Hoard. Luo2tJ J. L, XALDUT, Kec. See.
Phrenological and Physiognomical
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of ltaofllcacy In the cure of all kinds of cutaneous
dlwuies. After becoming satisBed that Ibe Lotion
is no humbug, procure a bottle and use it, and you
will be sal Is Boil that the half hat not been aald in Its
favor that might la,
Prloe AO cenu, or six bottles for 82 SO,
SOLON PALMER, Agent,
noHO No. !lfl Weal Konrth -street
A TER'S CHERRY PECTORAL ;
Phlllps's ('otigh Srrupj
Wlatar's Salaam uf Wild Cherry ;
Jonas Whitoomh's Aatbma Itemedy ;
Koley's Indian Balsam :
Roger's I iverwort and Tar :
Honltand'e Balsamic Cordial
Sellers's Uongh Syrup: .
Dr. Warren's Cough Mixture
fitahler'e Cherry Kxpi-ctorant j '
Mrs. Garduor'e Baisatn or Liverwort i
i. Low A Keed a Pulmonary Balaam 1 . ,
New Knglaud Cough Syrup;
Ruehton's Cod-liver Oil :
Slmos'a Cod. liver OH:
Burnet's Cod-liver till ; , . ,
Baker's Con.liver Oil i
Quein'a and Richard's Cod-liver Oil Jelly :
r rench Pectoral cigars
iliynn' Pulmonic nf.-r; ' '
Locock'i I'ulmonle Wafers i '
Wlstar'e, Peters' and Sherman's Oouab Loz
enaee; Brown e Bronchial Troches i '
Iceland Hose Pane ; ' 1 '
. Marli-nillow Pat, 4o.
OonatailtlV OH hunfl. nnrf lnr.nl. ...U..1...I- ...1 ...
tail by Rri "vo.oio auu ie
aUWAUD oCANLAN ft CO., Drngglste,
oe2o N. h. cor, fourth and Maln etreels.
CHOICE TEAS. My stock is Inrge and
and fresh Young Hyson, Gunpowder, Imperials and
-"ii--j -v. " muiimc iu huh, ai tow prtoes.
dell Nos. 318and2l Maln-streot.
PRIMA COFFEES. 150 pockets Old Got
ernment Java Ooft"a. in IiaIa. .hnin. tuMi.n
Coffee! lOObags Jellow Santos (.'oflce: .'OO bags cor d
aud prime Coffee. In store end for sale by
AABON A. COLTER,
eei hoe. 8ln and 381 Muln-streot.
SUGAR, MOLASSES AND STROPS.
NewcronN. O. finnan -Hn Hn An ai,t......
Honey Syruos, beet brands e)t. Lonls Golden Hyrup
In store and lor sale In brls., batl'.hrls. and kegs.
AAR'iN A. COLl'BB,
deS 1 Boa 319and821 Waln.stret
SCOTCH AND IEISU WUISKT.-Jua
received, A puncheons very eVperlor Old Scotch
and Irish Whisky. Foralnbv .1
,' A. McDONALD 4 CO;, . :
no! 8 fid and Branch Store 2U W est Fnai th -at.
SCOTOU ALE AND LONDON PORTER
Just received, 7S oasks Dlsher's, Younger 'a, and
other celebrated brands Scotch Ale and London Por
ter. For sale by A, MoDOMALD CO.,
no23 Miami Branch Mtoreiuti Weal fourth-at.
OLIVE OIL. Jut received, 48 desen
flagons very superior Olive Oil. For sale by
a. Mcdonald t oo
noas M and Branch Htore Weal Fonrth-at,
1W"EW FRUITS. Nevr Raisins, new CnT-
ceived and for .ale by
- rani., uuw iiov. jl runes, viiron. arc., lust re.
1 ., . T l
OHN FRRGnSO'. arnT
tJorner Ninth and Vlne-atreets.
OYSTERS. I am In daily receipt of the
best brand of Oysters oomlng to this oity.
Warranted fresh and fat.
JOHN FERGUSON. Rrorer,
wn31) Onrnernf Ninth nj Vlne-'trrets.
FAMILY -FLOUK.-I have always on
hand, a supply of the best Family Flour in the
aiu.ni lur laumr uae.
JOHN FERGU80V, Grocer,
turner lllnihand Vine-streets.
RKMOVAL E. OSMOND, M. D.J
Dentist, has removed o ?3 Vlne-slreet, near
Seventh, opposite tin CnsOIBi-e. no.n lim
WILLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Chase Buildings Ho, f Cast Third,
feh, TO OUR PATRONS
WE WOULD SAT THAT OUB STOCK
ot fine Watrhe Jewelry and Sllvr Ware is
now full and complete. Thnnafnl for lh very lib
eral and genera. aatromiga wtolrh bas been ex
tended to our establishment for more than twenty
fire year, we telle thia inelhol el' itivlilng our
friends, and Hie pnlillo gc'iieially, lo continue ilielr
favors, feeling onrnelve. in a far belter condition
non-than foiincrly, lo pleaso their most fastidious
We heg leave to call attention, to a new article of
Jewelry, made from the new metal. Aluminum,
brought from Paris by one of our Arm, who ha
lately , etui ned. ,
Our store ia well applied with valuable articles,
suitable fur presume for the approaching hoiidavs.
The damage 10 onr Silver-wire ilaiuifaoiory by the
late Are is now fully repaired, and all we now need
to keep up Irs vitality le plenty or order. We are
prepared to till the .ianw with dispatch, and we
promiiefull eatlafaetl n to all who may pleas to
favor us with their at la.
U. l. Kip. SET, 34 West Fifth-street.
The hfehost price paid lor old Oliver Coin of all
sin ils. noSo-amf
OGDEN & SEE,
32 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
Between Main and Walnut,
HAVE HOW ON HAND A SPLENDID
Business and Overcoats,
Which they will sell at a very small advance. Gen
tlemen are respectfully Invited to call and examine
before pnrehasitig elsewhere. delaw
Clffll GIFTS! (ITS!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 2S WEST FOURTH-STREET,
lie-.! to Hmllti ,V Nixon's Hull, Cincinnati,
Ohio. A splendid Gift, worth from m cents to SMK),
will be Itiven with every look lur whlah viereceive
one dollar and npunrd ai the ilmrtol aulei,
Ulfis consist nf Gold and Slver Watches, Ladles'
Solid Geld I liiilnv, apleti IM set of Jewelry, tine b'old
Bracelets, Gents' Go d Vest-chains, and a large va
riety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
MiCMits to $lt;n.
Ladies and gentlemen are respectfully invited to
call and examine our Steele.
A. A. KEl.LEY,
I'tibllfther and Gift Bookseller,
No. Went Fourth-street.
WILSON, GARLICK & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
. . MERCSIAIVTS,. .
BEALER3 IN LIVE AND DRE3SED
H-F Dogs, Pork, Lard, Whisky, Flour. Grain, so.
Oltlee north-west corner .Sixth uud Walu streets,
Cincinnati, oppoaito the Gait House.
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
In Hie Gotwnil Produce uud Ommlsslou Bueinees,
uniter the stylo of Wilton, Uarlick A Co., respect
fully tender their services ardsoitcltth" patronage of
their friends and the publio. Particular attention
Eald to buying and selling Hog', Whisky, Flonr,
rain, &. Their charges will ue as uiuderale a
any other srood house in t he city . Heforto ibo mer
chants of Cincinnati generally.
A. WILSON, Jr.,
H. T, OARLtOK,
noflShm L.T. HAKH.
THOS. SMITH'S ,
SUPERIOR OLD PLANTATION
03 Syciimere-strtfot, opposite the Nntlonal
It. C. BO UK NG, Agent.
AL80-Flsh, Came and Lobsters. del tf
W " IMPORTING, w- Iffl
203 WESTERN ROW, ABOVE FIFTH,
FRESH BALTIMOItE OYSTEftS, ersry dsy by .
a express, wr.riau(Qa 10 unqerraHcu. Also ,
WK Cove, nplced, and PiolleJ Oytr, choice
i,a Sardines, Pirtlsj, fa'.iees, and Cstohnps,
xr "sroxx Want
Masnum Itonung, bt h!a Wbu It-rale nd Betill Oys-
258 253 253
now fifth door amve Mx'h. sst sMo.
QTJR ASSORTMENT IS LARGE AN
embraces all the lending styles In every varlet
of FEB, whloh we warrant
NEW AND PKRFECT.
J. . TOWERS & CO.
BATTGim AND FLRKIKHS,
NO. 140 MAIN-STREET,
noil) line door below fourth.
Coal Cooking Stove,
AWAEDED XnK SILVItt MEDAL
AT THIS '
BTATK FAIR, . :
Held at Zunesvllle, October, 1831).
SAMPLB AND SALE-P.OOMS, " '
iYo. M and T Viiae-sl.
(Seoond door Belovr Colujqlli,) "
O II 10,
"TOTICE TO BUILDERS. PROPQSA
win no reeeivea at me omce or 1 itojeni.ii)
A Oo., No 18 Vlne-sireet. until TUESDAY, lie.1 ,
at U o'clock 41., for building tne Knw Ulty lloepi ii,
nn the sbe of the present building, bounded y
Weslern-row, Twelfth-streetand Oanal. Bids ti ! m
roretved for the whole job. aud not la parts, ii
bids to be tnadeto conform to the plans, spuci:' .1
tions and tertna of the) bids, all uf which ma -''
seen at the olDre of Isaiah lingers. Son A Cki.,
ln8 Vlue-stroet. No bids will he received nnlosa : '
cottfornt loand are made on ths printed forma ; .
tbe bidder to Dame Hie price he will allow fur -old
materials n'iw m the ground The eecurls . ,
tended t i he offered for the faithful ferfortnanl ' I
tbe contract to be named In tlie bids.
GE"K(iK W. BUNT A ST,
deltt Cna'rma'i Co n, nn Public Bnlldtni '
PJKEN1X IJSiSUU4W(JUl GUllFAfV,
' "''.7:;.Htrtford, Connecticut. "'
Capital, IJIOO.OOO ....Assets, 8.147,! .
Devoted to Fire burloces exclusively.
. A. OLAeBfoUD, Agent
neiQ.amf ' 83 Wtst Tbird.eirexi. ClnoiunS'j
WM. F. HBWSON, of the lata flrr
Hewson llola.es, will contlmiothe''om
slon, Brock and Bi II Droit ernao hindnraa, at their
ouloe, No. ifH, Baaement Matonic Itullding, TI
street. Be solicits a continuance of the biulniwsl
toforeso lihe tally btstoeedon thenld Arm, nel
" ' LANE sV BOO LEY,
' ' ' MANPVCITJKRll OP " 'i
1 u . , AND CIRCULAR SAW MUM,
CmT Johtutnd Water. '.Ci")lusitl,Q
!;5St,s Canned Psaches, Stranbarriss, mfl J
2 to un t.oi'iters ana fjian;?, xreso
(igPAtDINQ'S fREPARtO " GLTJEI
SPAtDIWC'HfRKPAsaft'p oWs'l "
HFAI.UI.Nfi'S PltKPAllKD Cl.PKI
, 8AVB THK FIECES1 .,' . 'J
ECONOMY! ' '. i i DISPATCH!
T "A Mitch la Time Savon N!ae."a
As accidents will liippen, even In vell-regnlated
ramtllMI. it. h MIT ltMtrnhl Is h.M mm.
convenient way for repairing Fnrnltnre, Toy,, Crock
SPALDING'S FIIEPAMED OtK
Meets all such emergencies, and no household can
afford to be without it. It It always ready and np to
the stickng point. There Is no longer necessity for
llpnlngcbairs, splintered veneers, headlees dolls and
broken cradles. It is just the artiole for cone, shell
aud other nruamenial work, so popular with ladles
of refinement and taste.
Ibis admirable preparation Is rued oold, being
cberoloally held in solution, and possessing all the
valuable qualities uf the beat cabinet-makers' glue,
11 niay be Bird lu the psace of ordinary mucilage,
being vastly more adheslre.
"USEFUL IS EVEBT HOUSE."
N. Ii. A Brush accompanies each, bottle. I'rlo
20 cents. 1 ..
Wholesale Depot, No. 30 Plntt-street, N. V.
Address HENRY C. SPALDING cV CO.,
Box No. 3,600 Nevr York.
Put up for Dealers In Uaaos containing four, eight
and twelve dozen a beautiful Lithograph Show-card
accompanying each package, ; ...
AW A single package of BPALDINO'8 PEK
PAKED OLUK will save tea times Its ooat annually
to evory household."
Hold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grooers and Fancy
' Country Merchants should make a note of SPALD
ING'S PKEPABKD OLUE.when making np their
SPALDING'S PR K PARED GIjUKI
USEFUL IS KVKBr IIOU8B.
HPALDINQ'S PltKPARRD ULUS,
SOLD BT BJAVIONBBS. i
MPALMNO H PUKPIEED GLUB.
BOLD BT Pitt 0GI8TS.
SPALDING'S PKEPiRED OLUK.
SOLD Bt HABDWAjtW DEALBBH.
SPALDING'S PBKPAKED OLUE,
SOLD BY HOUSE-FCRNISHING STOBES,
SPALDING'S PBEPAEED GLUE,
SOLD BY FITBNITIJ11B DEALERS.
SPALDING'S PkIpaBED GLUE,
SOLD BY FANCY-GOODS DEALBB8.
SPALDING'S P1IEPARED GLUE,
SOLD BY GBOOEBS.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BIT OOUNTBY MEUCH ANTS OENEBALLT
HENRY C. HPALDING Sc CO.,
30 Plntt-at., New York.
' Address Postofflee, Box No.S,StXI.
Annexed Is an Alphabetical List of A rtlclos whloh
If damaged, may be restored lo ihelr drlglual
strength and usefulness by
SPALDIiXU'.-i PltEP.iUED GLUE.
...Mends ACCOUNT Bt'OKS,.;
Stan.l. I IU A III ITU
... Meud do l 1 .a..t.r.VZ3.r.7.'Z!
...Mends E I'KGuuii.S ,..,. ,k,.
...stem's GUITAUS .,6
...Jleuds HA HI1!., . il
..Mends INLAID WuttK I
...Hands' J A KS ,. J
,01 -IKIS S AHtl
..Mends LllATH Elt-WuKK....
..metias Di 1 It ttt ' K r n A SI mud.,
...Mends NEWKL POSTS.....
,.euas riAKO-S OU l'lt-s....,
.Mends QUti T-FRAMKS...,
inenns nur a.- M
,.ioutis v Asms...
.Mends W ltK HOXEU
.Men 1s XYLoaitAI'HlO-WOBB..
.Mends YAKD STICKS
.iends ZEl'UVH WOOU-nOUK..,
.In oonetnslon, SPALDING'S rBEPARID
, GLUE ia useful la Llbraiies and Schools..
,.1 Mends STEIlESi OPBB g,... l
..P Mends PITOHEII8 P
,.......Meuds ACC'tlltliEONS ....A S
,.L mvniis LIS ITEK-SB a LI nG. ....... I....... s
U Mends UAantaatoTTpa Casks D,. 6
,.I ...... usuds IMaGK
.......llend, NBW IIIIKAKAGEj MN 7
.0...... Mends TJ N-S I DDKS ,...0......
..S-.Meud, .VHOOL-BOOKS ........
,.P.,....Mcnds PARASOLS P 10
U Mends KULKUS H-.....U
,.K Viands Elecikicl JIacuines E.....12
,.P. Slends Pa I'Kli-li A M.ING.S P. 18
,A Meuds AKM-tlHAItts : a 14
.11...... Winds JllllKK CY H'KM l'Ults,..l .16
X Mends EuAiilitt I1ANOLE.S........E Ill
,.!.... Slends OliSKS , u 17
(i "enas ui.onr.s a.,
..L..... Monde LDtiShNKK i-KAVKS I...
.U...... Menus IJ piiot.e-reit rn Fcbnituhs..U.,
,.E Mends EUG-BKATKltS.
. Moiidl KIDDLES
Mouds IIOilliY-IIIJRSKS 27
Mends K A I. K 1 0 1 .Si o P sis 28
,. Monde MONKY-I10XE8
Mends I'lul UitU s KAUEd
Mends SECKKTA IlltS
Dleude ENKEU1N0. s ,
,...,...Mnd9 SCHOOL KUBNITURE.
,.......Mends PA I' IK II MAtJUB
,,. Mends PARIAN MaBBLK ,
Mntls Ult Ills
i.Mends-. M ATOIl-SAFES
Sleuils I'll TIJKKS ..,
Meuds yOll. L-W HF.KLs
Mends WASH STANDS
. Mend, ullliSSMsSN ,
Mouds BALLOT roXhS.
.....m... Memis backgammon doauDs.,
..........Mends BAN nHUXKS..............
, Moudi IlLACK-BOAbDS
.......... "ends BASS-VIOLS .
Mends BlLLlARD TAOLtlJ........
Slends BROOMS I'lOKS
....Mouds BO 'K-C48ES
Mends BOOT CKIM PS
IM enda Bh U.-i II -11 A NDLES...
......M....niuuii4 ijrtiip 11 ivei...
nietids t.'AI!IMt IS
Metids C 1 1 P BOA It DS..
........Mends I UKl'AI NS......
.........Meuda CAMERA S..................
Sleuda Ult AI KS..,...,...
... Sleuda :Ht.trs...
s t set eeeeasoee
..... melius linAiHiHi-nuAUDS...........
menus IMS tin
,. Jleuds DUO K, , ........,.......M
.Mends DOMINOES eeteeeeeieiMete(tt 0
.Mends KlllEBOABDS......... .................84
.Mends FLL' l Ed 8.1
Ml.,,.,,........ MeudsBALI-USTKADEi.... .......
87........ Mends GLASSWARE..... .........,..,....,.,87
8S.............Mends II AN OLE" ........ .....,.,...8
Oi. U.....lu LT I T L" J nn
VI .... 01 euns hi r !...,..... . ,.,.,........,..... yl
M......... Mends ORGANS V2
S3.... .....Meuds MDDK LS ,..W
IM........ MendsSEwiNGMaCllIN ES--.,..,....
Mends PANKLS SB
Sn.............. Minds PASIEI'OAIl,.. .vt'RK Ml
97 ......Meuds PATibillNS ...... Vt
U8.....H.k,..Meuds SIOKIIt IA llOS. ..... .IM ,j
yli Mends WoOUEN-W A Kb....... ., ,
' ' . .: ' ; ' ;-':( i .r
SPALDING'S PBS PARED GLUE,
' . BOLD BY STATION DBS.
1 BPALDIVG'S PBEPABID OLUB, '
f SOLD BT DRUGQIbTrt. ,
SPALDING'S PBEPARED OLCB,
,' S0LDBYGB0CS8S. ' ' .
! ' SPAIiDiNG'8 PREPARED OLTJE. '
. ', BOLD BY HARDWARE BTOBIi.
SPALDINQ'3 PKEPARID OLUB,
f Ol BY HOUaE-FTJRNISaiNtt STORES.
PPAf DINQ'S PREPARED OLUB,-i .
BOLD BY OOUNTBT MEBCUANTiS OENIBALtT
Manrfictured by ' i;-t:f
HENEY C. SPALDING & CO.,
30 Platt-etroet, New York. '
Address Postofflee, Box No. 8.60U. .
Pat nsj In cases containing either Four, Ilglitor
Show-ilve Dosen each a beantlfnl LlthographU. p ,
Mn . 1 L. 1 ' "
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