AN OY W. FRANCISCO. J0H8 D. CALDWILL
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The American Congress—Our Hope for
the Union is in the West.
To-day the Amorico Congress Membli
- under circumstance of mora than usual del
icacy. Moat of the far-renohlng Statesmen,
the well-tried patriots, are no longer the
people's counsellors. Exoltetnent pervades the
ranks of parly, the representatives of whioh
are aliuoft evenly divided in the U. S. House
of Representative!!. We have no other Mo
tional prejudice! than those whioh a true pat
riotism and a wise foresight admonish us may
be used for the permanent welfare of the whole
nation for the establishment of a more perfeot
Union of these Confederate State. We have
strong convictions of the power and importance
f the West in the approaching Congreaa.
The progressive maroh of this great Union, to
which we all ihould keep step to a truly na
tional musie, has brought the representation
of the West to have an influential deciding
vote in the oounolla of the Nation. The two
words North and South have been so used or
abused as to convey a sectional antagonistic
Not so with the word West it is one of
stamina, stability, hope, assuranoe, patriot
ism. The extremities have at last found out
that the West is the back-bone of the Union.
We pretend to have no influence or connec
tion with mere parties, bat profess to have an
undoubted light to appeal to the Western
members of Congress to overloook mere par
tisan considerations, both in the organization
of the Mouse and in subsequent business, so
Bi to command the respect and secure the
support of other portions of the people's
strength; in the first plaoe to promote har
mony in this beloved Union, and to recognize
and properly provide for the groat interests
of the West. The promotion of harmony
between the North and South, we believe, does
not depend upon legislative "provisos," or
mcro abstractions, but in the immediate
ftumdment of the Fugitive-slave Law, the
neverity of whioh keeps the'non-slaveholding
I'-tntej in a oontinual fret. The law can te
effectively carried out on a plan that has met
the approval of the moat distinguished states
won of the South. That plan will he refer
red to in snothor article.
South Carolina unnecessarily afflicts her
self about national troubles, and talks again
of a Southern Confederacy. The West will
allow of no dissolution of the Union. In
fact, disunion is impossible. We remind the
South of Madison's statesmanlike views.
In June, 1833, Jixins Madison, the venerable
Fftge of Virginia, thus wrote to IIkkbt Cur,
"It is painful to ace tho itnoeasing efforts
to i;l arm tho South by imputations against the
North of unconstitutional designs on the sub-it-.'
I of slavery. What madness in the South
to look for greater safety in disunion. It
would be worse than jumping into the fire for
tour of the frying pan. The danger from the
alarms is, that the pride and resentment ex
erted by them may be an overmatch for the
dictates of prudence; and favor the project of
a Southern Convention, insidiously revived as
promising, by its councils, the best securities
vgainst grievances of every sort from the
This oard of disunion has been played out.
Let South Carolina table her disunion resolu
tions and move for the appointment of a com
mittee to arrange for a convention to be com
posed of delegates from the districts along the
line from Charleston on tho seabord, to the
Ohio River at Cincinnati, for the completion
of a new bond of Unionthe Cinoinnati and
The New Tork Etrald represents, in the
orth, a mischevious element, whioh Is
fomenting an unnecessary distrust toward tho
free States, and magnifying the wrongs com
mitted toward the South. This is no time for
the language of denunciation, or for encourage
ment to a withdrawal of Southern members
from Washington to Richmond. Oh I for a
General Jjceson at this crisis. The clamor
with whioh the South Is beset, and is ringing
out abont the free States, is mainly for political
effect. Indiscretion in a few should not pro
Toke a condemnation of the many. Stop that
hoarse, raven cry of disunion.
With Madison, we say: "The happy Union
cf thete States is a wonder; their constitution a
miracle; their example, the hope of liberty
throughout the world. Note the ambition
that would meditate the destruction of either."
Build More School-houses.
The State-house at Columbus has coat within
rne-fourth of the reputed expenditures made
for all the School-houses in the Stale. We do
not know that, except as to the appearance of
a magnl&oent edifice on the High-street of our
State Capitol, we are much better off in the
way of Legislation than we were in the old
structure that cost less than $10,000. The
annual expense of the present State-house is
enormous. When the expenditure of proper
sums for School-houses is complained of, we
should be reminded of the great importance to
the State of these struotures, for in them the
future controllers of the destiny of the State
ate to be educated.
It if our impression that the Cincinnati
School Board would find it economy to the
cures and valuable to the health and comfort
I small children, to select lots, not more than
three or four squares apart, and for oheapness,
in rear of those fronting on streets, bnt acces
sible by a narrow archway from the pavement.
There oould be erected at little cost a small
.'School-house, only two stories high, with play
ground around it. The larger scholars could
he aooommodated in a few school buildings
f'ir'her apart the Intermediate Schools
nhove, and the District School, upper-grades,
below, Parents, we learn, object to sending
their small and large children to different
Softool-houses, the larger ones owing for the
smaller ones; bnt onr suggestion is that the
"bonis for primary scholars shall be but a
hart distance, in thickly popslated districts,
from the residences of tbe parents. As the
city is extending its population toward tbe
West End, lots for School-houses should be
ebtained-now while they can be purchased at
The Humor of the People.
An Illinois Oovermv, in giviug hisexporlence,
remarks that it is a maxim with many
politicians just to keep along evon with the
humor of the people, right or wrong. Any
measure was to be considered right which was
popular for the time being. The politician
feels assured that if ho supports a bad meas
ure whoa it is popular, or oppose a good one
when it Is unpopular, he will never be called
to account for itby the people. It is bcliored
that the people never blame any one for mis
leading them ; for it is thought that they have
too good a conceit of themselves to suepect or
admit that they can be misled. A misleader
of the peoplo, therefore, thinks himself safe if
he gives present popularity to his measures.
In fact, it is true, thai a public man will
scarcely ever be forgiven for being right when
tho people are wrong. New contests forever
ocourring will make the peoplo forget the cause
of their resentment; but their resentment
itself, or rather a prejudice which it sinks
into, will be remombered and folt when the
oause of it is forgotten. It is the perfect know
ledge of this fact by politicians which
makes so many of them ready to prostitute
their better judgments to catch the popular
breeze ; and so it will always be until the
people have the capacity and the will to look
into their affairs more carefully. Any reform
in this particular must begin with tho people
themselves, and not with politicians. Reform
ation must work upward from the people
through the government, and not from the
politicians down. As a general thing the gov
ern mont will be the type of the people.
As politics is about to set in upon the people
of the West like an epidemic, we oaullon
voters of both parties to hear, reflect and act
Death of Alfred Kelly.
Ohio lost a useful oitizon by the death of
AiifBso KklIY, of Columbus. His career as a
public 'man commenced in Ohio with his
appointment as one of the Commissioners of
tbe Ohio Canal, which was commenced con
currently with the Common School enterprise.
Internal improvements and finance engagod
his after life. In all bis engagemen ts, whether
as surveyor, bankor, railroad director or
senator, be brought to bear a fund of good
sense, of practical judgment and groat honesty
of purpose. He was twice elected to the Stato
Senate from Franklin County in 1841 and in
lSD'i. He at one time was a Representative in
the Legislature from Cuyahoga County, and
twioealso Representative froml'ranklinCounty
Such men as Mr. Kri.ly in the Halls of Legis
lation, or ranks of business, honor our race
He was a sturdy, solid man, whose merits will
be long respectod in Ohio and where ever he
was known. He died at his residence iu
Columbus on Friday morning last. lie was
born at Middletown, Conn., Novembor 0, 1780.
Filter Your Water.
Cincinnati, as have tho people on the banks
of tho Mississippi, has bocomo used to muddy
water. Mr. Connr, who has been striving to
create a public sentiment in favor of a raoro
extensive use of western salted provisions on
the Continont, must counsel some of the Cin
cinnati packers and ourers of pork and beef,
to be more particular in using tho very
cleanest article of salt, and to filter tho water
of which they make their brine. If hams nro
dipped during the muddy condition of the
river in a freshet, or even into water from the
Canal, on being opened in Europo, a dirty
slime is found to have accumulated on the
meat. Many estoem this to bo an additional
reliih. OurgueBS is, that Frenchmen do not
eat much meat, and if they should indulge in
salted meats they could not seriously object to
Cincinnati-cured hams. Those of our packers
who have observed the most oare in this matter
of cleanliness havo established tbe best repu
Fictitious Nkws in London A Larue
Itch tuns out ok Nomina. One of the hob
bies of the London Times, and othor dailies of
the great English metropolis, is to abuse tho
American Press lor its falsohood and unprin
cipled corruption. Yet in tho London Morning
near, just received, is a paragraph, (ol a kind
which frequently oocurs,) affixing to their own
foreheads the conviction of a habit of falsehood
wholly unknown in our country. The contra
diction of a paragraph manufactured out and
out, merely for " news," is thus given :
"In reference to a paragraph whioh has
gone the round of most of the newspapers, to
the effeot that an inquest waB held at the
Royal Sceptre Hotel, Cherlsey, before Mr.
Woods, Coroner for Surrey, on Miss Angelina
Caroline Bosanquet, daughter of the late
Admiral Bosanquet, who committed suloidc
by taking laudanum, with particulars of evi
dence and names of witnesses and relatives,
Mr. Samuel Bosanquet, of Dlrgoaton Court,
near Monmouth, writes: I have caused inquiry
to be made of Mr. Woods, who Is, in truth, the
Coroner for Surrey, and the reply is that Mr.
Woods has held no tuck inqutit; that there is
no inch hottl as the Royal Sceptre, nor any sue A
medkal man as Mr. Gcrmalne,(tbeone named,)
at Chertsey; and that there is no other
Chertsey. There never aai an Admiral Boian
quel; and I oan sar that there never tea an
Angelina Caroline Bomnquct. The other names
mentioned, viz: Miss Amelia Jane Harrington,
daughter of the late Colonel Harrington, (the
cousin,) and the lion. Mrs Fortcscue, (the
aunt,) and Captain Bsaufoy, teem to be equally
Cob, dm Wilhoust is Shi Was. "Fus,"
tbe Cincinnati correspondent of the Mack-a-Cheek
Preu, says of the petite Cora: "l'our
correspondent has recollection of the once
charming specimen of American girlhood, as
sue appeared in her first season at fans, riuo
was exceedingly beautiful and accomplished,
as she was lovely. Young, fresh, full and
graceful, she was the pet of the Legation, and
the specimen female of the model Republic,
at all receptions and balls. Tbe Emperor
gazed admiringly, with all the intensity of "a
deceased mackerel," out of thoso dead,
smouldering eyes ot his. While Fnnce i'lou
plon, graceful as nn elephant on slack-wire,
threatened a misalliance. The season ended,
she visited Italy. Then came rumors of a
strange marriage with (her friends said) a
ooimi, others a courier. Both, probably, are
right. It is no uncommon matter for scions
oi weaiiny families In lien to decay t turn
couriers or oooks."
l'AINPUL AOCIDRNT IN KuKTUCKY. A fatal
accident occurred at the distillery of Mr. Wm.
T. Bush, in Clark County, Ky., rocently.
During the rain of that day, Mr. Bush, his
son, and a young man named Coons, took
shelter in a shed, the loft of whioh was filled
with corn. The heavy wind and rain procip
itated the structure and its contents upon the
heads of the occupants, breaking tho neck,
and, of course, Instantly killing youug Coons,
badly bruising Mr. Bush himself, and almost,
if not quite, fatally injuring his son. , Young
nam was not e.tpeotea to recover.
ExsctmoNOK a Nwiro. Oreen. the negro
who murdered his master, and to whom the
Governor of Missouri rel'uuod to grant a res
pi to of a few weeks, was executed at St. Joseph,
in that State, on Friday lust. Ho displayed
great firmness on the scaffold, betraying no
emotion whatever, end manifesting no regret
lor me crime, no nau commitieu.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Not. In consequence of a break In the
wires between Tiltsburg and Philadelphia,
we are without our usual Sunday evening
dispatches. Rsr. .
Aw Ankcdots or Gknkbal Scott "Don't
Dis With a Hobrihlb Pronunciation." Tbe
Jfome Journal publishes the following anecdote
of lion. Scott: In the heat of one of the most
ucsporale battles in Mexieo, the General saw
a critical point whero nn advantage was likely
to be lost oe,ept by a prompt though rather
aangerous movement, 11 o galloped up to ena
of tbe officers of a volunteer corps, and gave
tho order. The man was willing onough, but,
while gathering up his rolns, he remarked, in
the most savory drawl of Yankee dlaleot:
"Well, it seem to me that I could Aayoe
done better a little while ago! ' "Sir," tnun
dvrod out the General, the words are does and
have. You've only twenty minutcB to live,
and, for God's sike don't die with suoh horrible
pronunoiation in your mouth! and waving
his hand to the astonished certain with im
perative repetition of his order tv gesture, the
splendid norsoman galloped on to follow lip
his victory in another orlals of the battle.
Mohr Silver Ducovgiuns in California
The Loa Angelos Star of November 12 under
stands that another discovery of silver ore has
lately been made in that section of country,
and it is said to be of extraordinary richness.
The location is in the vioiuity of Boar Valley.
about one hundred miloB from that city. Con
siderable attention teems to be given to the
mining interests ot mat district, and we bave
reason to believe that the various leads are
well worth the attention of capitalists, and that
they will be worked to great advantage. A
party loft there during tbe week to examine
the above claim, with the intention of invest
ing in the enterprise.
Mobs Card Writers. Those two singular
geniuses, Stephen H. Branch and Lola
Montez, are once more addressing the public
through the newspapers ; tbe first to beg par
don of every body he has libelled, and to so
lioit means to got bis wardrobe out of the pawn
shop the sooond to assure the American pub
lic that, in her leotures abroad, she never tra
duced the United States. '
Thk Fkopiuktor or tub National Theater
8vii roa an Ai,lei.p.i Bimni or Costr.ut. T. A.
Morton vs. John limes. This action was submitted
to Judge Stoivr. The plaintiff claimed tint by letter
uf tho 21st or August lust, of John Buti, ami his
(plnliitiH"s) letter of acceptance, he was eogsgod as
leading actor Ht the National Theater for tho period
of nix nioullis tit per week; and boing discharged
at the end of the fifth week he now seek reparation
In da unices -the amount laid lu his petition being
'I', C. Ware and V. A. Logan appeared forplulutiff;
Uhftn. Vox for defendant.
Ptp -sitiiiiM wore read from the following parties :
Mai-en Klmore deposed that Mr. at. occupied ro
ftpectnblo and imporuut positlona ait un HCtor in New
oik: hut lie had Been no little of his acting ho did
not wish to pronounce an opinion as to his merits.
.1. K. UnrivHSe coniddoreil Mr. Morton in good an
actor us the general inn of men in the loading knti
ncu. Alias Klln Tiognn deposition was to the effect that
she played iu various ougugomenti in a circuit of
towns Willi Mr. Morton. Tho parts he took em
braced a regular round of lending characters in the
letfltlrfinte drama, and eho regarded him asacorrort
actor; ho pluyed bid parttt mttitdactory to witneBB,nnd
cave, a ahe believed, entire tmlinfaclion to the audi
ence and managers.
T. A. .Mmlou, the plain tiff, wan then called to tlic
stand. IJe Hluted that he had been eight years in tbe
prol'i-mlon, occupying tiouUloun from tho lowest to
the highest grade thebmiuoM botng a progreual'-e
one. Hi! ha boon engaged iortho"lcidlngbiitiino"
iu Cincinnati, which he underxtood to be tho first
part of Importance in every ploy, unices a "star"
was playing, and then tho next part of Importance,
lie played about live weeks lioro.
V.. uen was ino lira! compiaintmadc to your
A. Alwiit the olid of tho lift It week. Tim wit-
nets then proceeded to atnto that he had pluyed tho
principal chumcters in Tin: Ui.miiii.m'K, Luciietia
IloaniA, Ji oriH of Geneva, Uuv Manskbino, Ac;
that ho wan then rust foru n:trt wlileh ha did not.
conceive strictly belonged to liini ttvory long part,
', nvn km uiua lu Dimly it, me Jtiuunijur Din T
ward rcmorert tho pirco from the list, nnd notbillff
more wan aaid about it; during tho engagement of
tbe Alison lioii-nhcim he wan assigned a very long
part In a new picco-The Unkwai. Match eighteen
and a-hall letiglbK, each leuglli containing furty-twu
line, in ull aeven hundred and Heveaty-Hevcn lines;
hotold tho Manager he could not attidy the purtin so
shoit u t i in. a day and a night: Mr. Sarzsdtu Ktiid
he knew it wiw not tlnie enough, butthat lie must do
the bent bo could; the conm-iiuencc was that he was a
little fdinkv in the nart wan not i-erlain nf the
words In nunie speca-lica-tlila wax, however, only tho
Drat night, because though novel- perfect (it win
played aix nights he believed ho was mora so than
tho "atr," who made a great "faux pa;" played
afterward with Mi-srjt. (;lair for two weeks, and Ilia
performances wore perfect; on the Inst nicht of her
I'ligagemriil. Iimud the leudiug part was oast to an
actor of inferior grade, and wllm-m objected. Ou
Saturday, (the filth wook,) Mra. Howard and Mr.
Watkihs came, and a piece was cast for witness In tho
I'iom;i:u I'atbiot, which ho did not conceivestrictly
to belong to him. Ue (lr. Bl.i then took the part
home with him, tint immediately afterward received
tho letter dated the 1st of October, from Mr. Ma.iv.e
das, stating that bis services w ould no longer be re
quired. He found, also, that the part had been with
drawn from bis room by the call-boy, without his
knowltdge, fie hud aince presented himself daily at
the theater and tendered his services, lie bail itlo
sought other engagements by uuvlce of his lawyer,
but did not obtain any.
D. A. tj.ir.odas examined fur defense Was lathe
profession thirty years; Is sixteen years in the em
ployment of Mr. Dates; is stage manager at the
National; Mr. Morton was ongageil to play tho lead.
Ingcliutkclers; he was very attentive tohia business,
but witness soon discovered that ho was not compa
tent to play the iiueof business he waa engaged tor;
he came to that cnnclusiun aftcrho saw him play two
or three times; he hud not the prolesisloual ability,
and was not studied iu tho leading business; bud a
conversation with Mr. Dates ou the subieut during
the first week of the engagement; Mr. li. said coin,
plaints wore male to him by the audienoe; iu "The
Pioneer Patriot" Morton was cast for a part called
"Our Ilraowcll;" he threw down the part ou the
talde and said he would not play bocuuet) it was not
a leading part; wltnees saw from a bill that he had
played the same part in iLartfurd,Conn.; he also ob
jected to play a second-rate old luaujaomotlme elapsed
before he consented to play tbe part in "The Fioneer
Patriot,' nnd then w itness relnioito let him have it,
and got Mr. Jennings to take the part.
The further beariugol'thu case was adjourned over
James P. Kilbreath, sole Trustee of tbe
Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company, gave bond
as required by a previous order of this Oouit, Iu the
sum of 8! Oi,lT', wiih sureties approved of by the
Court, conditioned for the faithful performance of
bis duties as suoh assignee, agreeably to the late law
regulating assignments iu trust for the benefit of
creditors, und Mr. Kilbreath will at once proceed to
wind ho tbetl lHt iu this Court asreuuirsd bv the law
0T A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry, Kos. 341 and 271 Weetern-row.
jggrFor Christmas Presents go to Albert
Boss's, south-west corner of Eighth-street and Western-row.
J&f Dsguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford's
drug-store. Pictures token and nt Id good cases
for twenty cents. Warranted to please,
0f Wikter Clotuino. Now that winter
has made its appearance it behooves our citizens to
prepare against the ruthless attacks) of the cold. In
or ler to do this they must go to Filet at McClulre.
Merchant Tailors. 236 Walnut-street, and purchase
one of t h'lr suporb Overcoats. Go aud see tbem.
.y& Strangers aud citizens requiring gifts
and rrcsenls, or
ltleh Drossj Hair-pins,
Bich and Betutlful fans,
Elegant Pocket Knives, k
t'stvod IVarl t'lird-coines,
Carved Pearl Torto-moiinalcs,
Needle Books and ('uses,
Steel JUiacebits, Duck Irs and Slides,
HtereoKopos and Views,
Ladles' llsggand Porte-iuonusles,
I.ail lea' Work-boxes,
Bich und KleganWIarters,
Ladles' Dressing Cai-s,
Ladles' WrlilnB Prsks,
Purse,', Kcissors, Riiont, Hliawl Pins, BrnoYliM,
Uincclets, Perfumery, llnuge, Parisian Pearl Drops,
Toilet Powder, Hair Dye, Hair Oils, finishes, Combs,
fine Soaps, Ac, should visit
JOUN D. PAIthl'S nazair or Fancy,
K. K. corner of Fourth and Walnut-streets,
HHITH-GILYIN-In Indianapolis, en the morn
ing of (lie Jd Inst., at the residence of the bride's
uncle, Hr. Otdrin Elliott, bv the Rev. B. V. roster,
Mr. John C. Smith to Hie Jennie V.GIIviu.' ,
TtVtr.KV -rfftv mnrnlnf. 3. at 4
o'clock, ufter a lingering illness, Mary !., wife of
John v. ltd ley, ugeu years.
Notice of Tuneral will be given hereafter.
M1N KHTKK On Friday night, December 1, after
short illnesa, Bopbia Miuoster, In the MM year of ber
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MERCHANTS FROM THE
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fflAPiAie. lue rranKiin Aimaoao aua mwxj lor
1660 Is meeting with an enormous sale. For sale, by
the single copy or by the dozen, by B. F. SAN FOKD,
at his pnblicaitoa office, up stairs, N. X. corner of
Fourth and Walnnt-streets. Price, single copy, 24
cents ; is IS per down. deiibw
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rANY OF U1NOIN- FM,iUU
and Itace-streets. October.
K 1 'PI Q W n f T 1 . i
16, 18o9.-Th! road is now open. Cars will start,
at intervals of ten minutes, from 6:30 A. M. 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. Oitiacue will please tiesr in mind that the
cars wllUuvariably cross intersecting streets before
stopping for passengers,
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COURSE OF LKCTURUS
H. W. BELLOWS,
"Science of Society."
First Lecture TH UR9D AY KVBNINO, Dec. 8,
"Conflict of Social Law with Human Nature
and Christian Charily. "
Second Lecture SATCEDAY EVENING, Dec. 10,
"Sonrcoa of Social Evils. '
Third Lecture -TUESDAY EVENING, Dec. 13,
"Oriteriona ot Social Progress."
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JOHN SIIILLITO & CO.,
Any Hlylenf Grates c-nsibeSct or llemet with
WE ARB NOW PREPARED TO FILL
orders rapidly, as we have a large force of
Ilnveyoiir gratos set with the patent before cold
weather, or yon will reuret it. It is poor economy
to use your grates set In the old war, burning twice
a much coal as yon need, nnd not obtaining half as
much heat as the patent gives. The patent will save
your money by reducing the consumption of fuel.
It will save ronr hoalth, by giving you pure heat
and plenty of It to make your rooms comfortable In
all parts. It makes your liomo cheerful nt a trifling
coat, which is soou saved in fuel.
We havo now a full supply of the Patent Htovos,
plain nnd enameled.
Urriors may be loft at No, 20 West Fifth-street, or
sent through mall.
Konntyand Mtnte rights for sale on such terms as
will pay nve hundred per cent., without any risk.
J. II. RYAN CO.,
Proprlottin of Podge's Patent.
J, niAKKI,Y, flonornl Agont. (lc',:p,nf-
TkTJJVV SAUDI N 153 1 NEW SARDINES 1 1
-L .li .lust received Measi'S of now Sardines, in whole,
half anil nnartcr cans ; also a few esses Bonolcis Hor
dines. Tlitsu Sardines ure put up iu the linest oil,
and are extremely dslioato In flavor.
tor sa!o wholesale and retail by
id National Theatre Building, Bycauiore si.
URATES AND ST0V18S !
JUST BtUEmD ADD FOB BALI BY
RICKEY, MALUM & CO.,
. No. 145 Main-stroet.
True Womanhood! A Tale.
By Jno. Neal.
1 vol. Utno. : Frice Si
The Fool bi' Quality;
Or, The Uitlory of Henry, url of Uoroland.
By Henry Brooke, Esq.
A new and revised edition, with an Introduction by
the Bev. W. P. Strickland, D. D., and a Biograph
ical Treface by Bev. Cbas. Kingsley, A. M.
2 vols. i:mo......,.. ..rrke $2
A TALE Or THE LAST CENTURY.
By W. M. Thackeray.
I Tol.Bvo, (Illustrated.) Frlce 1
At Home and Abroad:
A 8KITCBBO0K 01' MP It, SCKNSBY AND MS5.
By Bayard Taylor.
1 vol. 12wo, with two steel engravings Fries Si 29
Twelve Years of a Soldier's Life iu
Being Extracts from tbe Letters of tbe late Msjor
W. 8. B. Hodson, Idlted by hit Brother.
1 vol. !3mo Price Jl
A fresh supply of
The Minister's Wooing.
1 vol. Knio Price) 25
RICKEY, MALLOKY & CO.,
No. 115 MAIN-STREET.
MEANS BY YOUR COAL OIL AND
LAftirS AT TALLM ADUB'B, M Vine-slrtot.
N. B. Lard Oil and Fluid Lamps altered for burn
ing Coal Oil. rlot.tr
Chapped Hands, Face, &c.
AT THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR
nlmost nverv nArson is more nr loss ironhlnH
with chapped hands and face, roughness of tho akin,
c. We would, therefore Invito especial attention to
the following remedies, as thoy not only cure, but
prevent the disease, by keeping the skin in a moist
and healthy condition.
GI.YCAMYL OF RUSES,
An HAw --.1 -1 . -.!-,.. .L. L
oiivutuaij inn a.,., un-gnui ni ui.it,, WIIIOII we pre
pare in our own Laboratory, with the utmost caro,
and of the very finest materials.
Our improved Glycerin Lotion Is entirely free from
the unpleasant odor of tlljcerln, is hlchly perfumed
with Koso, Bitter Almond and Orango Flower, nnd is
uustirpassed by any other made.
GLYCERIN CAMPHOR ICE,
A most agreoablo combination of Glycerin and Cam
phor, which we prepare in a ver convenient form
for the toilet.
Burnett's Kallslon, Ar.
SL'iai. ECKSTEIN ft CO.,
desc Opposite the Foetofflo.
Cod-liver Oil Jelly.
5 GROSS QUERU'S COD-LIVER OIL
Jelly last received and for snle bv
BU1H1I, EtJKSTEIN ft CO.,
deio Opposite the Postofflce.
FOR CLEANSING, WHITENING AND
softening the hands. For sale bv
SU1BK, ECKSTEIN ft CO.,
deio Opposite tbe Poetofllce.
Colt's Foot Rock.
A PLEASANT AND EFFICIENT REM
EDY for Coughs and Colds. Forsalabv
bClBK, ECKHTKIN ft CO.. Druggists,
deft Opposite the Postofflce.
A VS TWAt A T.1T A BT.1S A rTT"f n r-rtr.
1 K do. n t n u .InrMi anil raMndna .1.1.. I
e n u...wiiu .nwia oia,ui mi II
paint from cloth, volvet, ribbons, paper, 4c. Pre
pared aud for sale by
ouiua, kukstjcin ft CO.,
deft) Opposite the Postofflce.
CIRL'SADERS, LITTLE GIANT.
) ESl'ANOLA, UKNHV; CLAY.
We bave just received a sonr.lv of the lmv hr.nrf.
of choice liavsnes, which renders our stock of really
Hn. Cln.m i,ii.ii,'M...ul
HIUEE, ECKSTEIN ft CO.,
de5 Opposite the Postofrlee.
rilHE UNDERSICINED, HAVING REFIT
TKD the SALOON iu the Emiuirer
Building, aro now prepared to liirnlshi.- rV
their Irlnnds with tbe best imported
Wlnrs. Liuuors and I'iirara.
MT Baltimore Shell Orsters served in
d-5.aiiv EASTWOOD ft SABGENT.
TT0TICE TO BUILDERS. PROPOSALS
i. will bo roceivodattbe office of I. Rogers, Son
ft Co., No. bis Vine-street, until Tl'KSOAV. Dec. 6,
at IZo'clittk M., tor building tho Now City Hospital,
on the silo of the present building, bounded by
Western-row, Twelfth-street and Canal. Bids to he
received fur the whole job, nnd not in parts. All
bills to be made to run lor ni to the plans, specifica
tions and terms of tho bids, all of which may bt
seen at the office of Isaiah Rogers, Son ft Co., No.
16H Vine-street. No bids will bo recoiled unless they
conform to nnd aro made on the printed forms ; also
the bidder to name the price he will allow fur the
old materials now on Ihe ground The aecnr I ty in
tended tobooAerod for the faithful performance of
the contract to be named in the bids.
GEOKUH W. KIINYAN,
deltt Chairman Com. nn Public Buildings.
Useful in Every House.
FOK SALE BY
APPLEGATE & CO.,
Mo. 13 iUiilsjii'tel.
TSTTCOT A sTtTimTTSTlMENTS.
TO OUB PATRONS
WS WOULD SAY THAT OCR STOCK
of One Watches, Jnwelry and Silver Ware Is
now Mill and complete. Tnansini lor me very nn
eral and generous patronago which haa been ex
tended to our establishment for more than twenty.
Ave years, we take tills method of Inviting our
friends, and the public generally, to continue their
favors, feeling ourselves in a far bettor condition
now than formerly, to ploaso their most faetidious.
We beg leave to call attention to a new article of
jewelry, made from the new metal, Aluniiuum, .
brought from Paris by one of onr nrui, who baa
lately returned. , ., , ,
Our store is well supplied with valuable articles,
suitable for presents for the approaching holidays,
Tbe damage to our tjilver-ware Manufactory by tbe
late tire Is now fully repaired, aud all we now need
to keep up its vitality is plenty of orders. We are
prepared to fill the same with dispatch, and we
promise full satisfaction to all who may please to
favor us with tbelrcails.
E. A V. KINtiEY, 21 West Fifth-slreot.
The highest price paid for old Oliver Coin of all
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL (
Pblllpe's Cough Syrup;
W (star's Balaam of Wild Cherry ;
Jonas Whitcomb's Asthma fiemedy
Foley's Indian Balsam ;
Itogor's Liverwort and Tar :
Hoottand's Balsamic Cordial;
tietlers'a Cough Syrup J
Dr. Warren's Cough Ullxture;
Stabler' Cherry Kiptcforatit ;
Mrs. Gardner's Balsam of Liverwort ;
Low ft Heed's Pulmonary Ualsnm ;
New England Cough Syrup ;
llusliton's Cod-liver Oil;
Bnrnot's Cod-liver Oil J
Baker's Cod-llver 01!;
Oueru's and Ulchard's Cod-llvor Oil Jolly (
French Pectoral Cigars ;
Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers ;
Locock's Pulmonic Wafers ;
Wlstar's, Petcrg's and Sherman's Cough Loz
Brown's Bronchial Troches ;
Iceland Moss Paste;
Marsh-mallow Paste, Ac.
Constantly on band, and for sale, wholesale and re
DWAMD 8CANLAN ft CO., Druggists,
N. E. cor. Fourth and Main-streets.
OGDEN & SEE,
33 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
Between Main and Walnut,
HAVE HOW ON HAND A SPLENDID
Business and Overcoats,
Which they will soil at a very small advance. Gen
tlemen are respectfully Invited to call and examine
before' purchasing elsewhere. delaw
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
next to Smith ft Nixon's Hull, Cincinnati,
Ohio. A splendid CI ft, worth from :s) cents to 1100,
will be given with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward nt tho time of sale.
Gifts) consist of Gold antl tMvor Watches, Ladies'
fiolld Gold Chains, splendid set of Jewelry, fine Gold
Braoclota, Clouts' Goid Vest-chains, and h lai go va
riety nf other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
W cents to y ton.
Ladies anil gentlemen are respectfully invited to
call and examine our stock. -
A. A. KELLEY,
Pill, lUliar and mrt Hnnlrnllnv
No. ?8 West Fourth -street,
WILSON, GARLICK & CO.,
Forwarding; and Commission
DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
Hogs, Pork, Lard, Whisky, floor. Grain, c.
Office nortu-wost corner Sixth aud main-streets,
Cincinnati, opposite the Gait House.
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
In tho General Produce ami Commission Business,
undor tho style of Wilson, Garllck ft Co,, respect
fully tendor their services nndsollclt the patron ape of
their friends and the public. Particular attention
8 aid to buying nnd selling Hogs, Whisky, Flour,
rain, ftc. Tlielr charges will boas moderate as
any other good honse in tho city, liefer to the mer
chants of Cincinnati generally.
A., WILSON, ,1b.,
n. T, CAHLICK,
noWbm L.T. BABll.
11IU Will 1MU
203 WESTERN ROW, ABOVE FIFTH,
, FRESH BALTtMOitE OYSTERS, everv day by
express, warrauccu to ig ucsnrpassca. aiso
VUVv, CJllUVU, HUH 1-iQKICU l')BlUrr, UIIUIUB
baraiuus, riritiei, sauces, sua uaiuiiups,
rretu i.oestcrs ana uiams, rrosn
utnncu rencnos, htrawoerries.
.All 3S.1h.cLj3 of
.. , 'e: :
Penny Press Office.
HUCHES & DORLAND
130 Wnlant-airect, brlovr Fnurlh,
Wholesale dealers in
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Have this day opened a fine stnok of the above goods
CHOICE TEAS. My itock is largo and
well selected, from late importations Paro
and fresh Voting Hyion, Gunpowder, Imperials and
Blacks, for sale in iiiantitiea lo suit, hi low prices, .
A A HON A. COI.TUH,
GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS!
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