4 . . rnscisco. John . oaldwill
iwrtvM ins rearauaroa. -
The Fugitive-slave Act.
111 eriinanoa of 1739 oontalned a provi
fivu lot Ui Mturn 6( fugitive from labor, and
ths Constitution of the United SUtat adopUd
Ki a compromise for the government of all the
tales, bu thU provision: "No person held to
service or labor in one Stat shall, In ooo
iieiience of any lair or regulation therein, be
discharged from snob, service orlabor,bat iball
be dollvered np on olalm of the party to whom
such service or labor may be due." While
tbs Constitution remains as It Is, fugitive
.laves are to be reitored the n.anner thla is
t) be effected bas been determined by a law
naeted In pursuance of this constitutional pro
vision. People of the non- sl&veholdlng States
fcsve a desire that the reoapture shall be con
ducted with due oiroumspeotlon, and shall, aa
slightly as possible, give offense to those re
siding In free States. Aa intimated, we pro
duce a reoommended by Southern men.
CONCESSION FROM THE SOUTH.
Hmbt Char urged that the rights of the
Kouth should be asserted and maintained In
a manner not to wound unnecessarily the sen
sibilities of others. The non-slaveholding
States demand trial by jury in fugitive-slave
arrest cases. The Kentuoky patriot urged
(.bat in all subjects of this kind, the South
e'uould deal fairly and honestly. He ssid,
"We must recoiled that there are feelings,
and interests, and sympathies on both sides
c.f the question ; and no man who has ever
brought his mind seriously t tbe considers
tion of a suitable measure for the re-capture
nf runaway Blaves, can fail to admit that the
nuaslion is surrounded with great difficulties.
On the one hand it the owm.r of tbe Blave
oould go into the non-slavehoiding State and
tolse the negro, put his hands upon blm, and
the whole world would recognize the truth of
ilia ownership of property, there would be no
difficulty then In thoee States where prejudice
against slavery exists in the highest degree
But bo goes to a State which does not recognize
slavery. In proportion to the number of free
blanks multiplied in the Free States, does thedif-
5.i all inorease of recovering a fugitive from a
Mave-boldiog State. When a stranger from
Virginia or Kentuoky goes to remote parti of
Pennsylvania and sees a blank person, who,
) erbaps, has been living there for years, and
olsiuis him to be his slave, the feelings and
sympathy of the neighborhood are naturally
and necessarily eioitci in favor of the oolored
j.rson. We all respeot these feelings where
they arebonestly entertained." Mr. Clay and
associates were desirous to make a suitable
concession, and favored a provision to be in
corporated in the Fugitive-slave Law, the
practical operation of which would be this:
the owner of fugitive slave, when leaving
bit own State, shall carry with him a reoord
from the State from which tbe fugitive has
fled, which reoord shall contain an adjudica
tion of two facts first, tbe fact of Slavery,
and secondly, the faot of elopement, and, in
the third place, inch a general description of
toe slave as the Court Bhall be enabled to give
upon euch testimony as shall be brought be
This record from the County Court in a slave
Mate shall be taken to the free State, and
shall be there held to be competent and suffi
cient evidence of tbe fact which It avows. The
slaveholder will feel, when he goes from Vir
ginia to Ohio with this record, that he bas got
a security whioh he never possessed before for
the recovery of his property. And when the
attestation of the clerk, under the seal of the
Court, Is exhibited to the citizens of Ohio, that
citizen will be disposed to respect, under the
law's of tbe United States, a reoord thus ex
hibited, coming from a sister State. The
tj-cat or owner will give his bond without
security to the Ohio Court as being among
strangers he may be unable to procure It tbat
ho will carry the blaok person baok to tbe
Cftinty of the State from which he fled; and at
the first Court which may sit after his return,
be shall be carried there if he again aisert the
right to freedom; the Court shall afford, and
tha owner shall afford to him, atl the facilities
which are requisite to enable blm to establish
Lis right to freedom before a jury in the State
txom which be fled.
The Thirty-sixth Congress.
There was a failure, yesterday, to elect a
Speaker of the U. S. House of Representa
tives. Organization not having been effeoted,
the Message of the President has not been
The first vote for Speaker was as follows :
John Shmmis, of Ohio, 86; Gaow, of Penn.,
43; Botslib, of Va., 14; Bococe, ofVa., 86,
tui 19 scattering. Mr. Grow withdrew his
tamo, and the House adjourned. All the
members wsre reported present except two
from Alabama, two from Kentuoky, viz:
Gats Adams, of Barboursville, and John T.
aowir, of Danville; two from Arkansas and
one from Texas.
The Senate does not make frequent elections
cf their Secretary. There have been but four
lcftumbentB of this office since tbe organization
of the government In 1789, viz: Saul. A. Otis,
Mass,; Cbarlis Cotts, N. H.j Walter Lot
us, Peun.; and Assort Dicmnr, N. C. The
lattoi, the present Secretary, has been In oBioe
thirty odd years. Tbe Clerk of tbe House of
the Thirty-fifth Congress, Jam as C. Allik, of
Illinois, calls the roll until a Speaker is chosen.
The Speaker at the last session was Jams! L.
Oob, of South Carolina. i
More Scaffold work.
Burns, the murderer, of this olty, having
hoi his second trial, has been again found
guilty of murder in the first degree.
Tbe two negroes, Copelaad and Green,
lUrpor's Ferry prisoners, art! to be bung in
tbe forenoon, and Cook andCoppie in the af
ternoon of Friday, December Id.
The fact that It JuiMR publicly an
nounced in Boston tbat Caj.R Cushihq, for
uerly Attornoy-GenerJl of the United States,
bis given bis opinion, as a lawyer, that the
nrocondincs of the Governor and Court of
Virginia in trying and convicting John Brown
wr without the sanotion of tbe constitution
aod laws of the United States, may induce the
frionds of Cook to press a delay of the exeou
Must. " ' 1 1
New York Election.
Tb municipal election in New York City
takes place to-day. The contest for Mayor
will be between Giorqi Opdtki, Williax F.
Ea tours and Fmuioo Woop.
The Irrepressible Conflict in Congress.
The war of taotica iu Congress has com
menced. Id tbe Sooate, Mr. M.bpH, of Va.,
has given notice of bis intention to move for
the appointment of a special oommittee to find
out all about aiders and abettors of Bbowr In
invading Virginia, and seizing the armory
and arsenal at Harper's Ferry, which oommit
tee shall have power to send for persons and
papers. Air. l aouBULL, or Illinois, gave no
tice that on the introduction of such resolu
tion, he would move to include an inquiry
into the alleged removal and use of arms from
an arsenal In Missouri, whioh were oarrled by
invaders from Missouri into Kansas. '
The House has commenoed the same war of
tactics. Mr. Clark, even before the choice of
Speaker, intimated that there were some
members who had not a clean bill of health,
and ought not to preside over thai House.
He denounced the doctrines of Hslfsr's
book, entitled Compendium of tha Impending
Criiit of the South, which has been Indorsed
by a large number of Republican Congressmen.
Tbe House adjourned before any aotion was
Kansas State Election.
The first election for State officers takes
Dlaoe in Kansas to-day. Sam. Msdabt, of
Ohio, is the Democratic candidate for Gover
nor. Cbahlib Robinson, no doubt, will be
elected. Josit P. Slough, formerly, of this
city, is the Democratic candidate for Lieu
tenant Governor; and W. W. McDowill, also
from this olty, is candidate for District Judge.
It is supposed that on the admission of the
State into the Union, General Jim Lank and
Marcus J. Farrow will be chosen United
States Senators from Kansas.
The Legislature of Kentucky organized
yesterday at Frankfort, by the choice of Mr,
Pstir, of Woodford County, as Speaker of
the Senate, and of Mr. Msriwcatrkr as
Speaker of the House. This, It is said, 1b a
triumph of Guthris and Brrckrnridox.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Washington, Deoembor 5 HOUSE. The
interest in the organization of the House is, if
possible, on the increase. Long before noon
the galleries wore donsely filled, and crowds
were unable to obtain admittance. Not with
etanding the inclemency of the weather, there
is the usual attendance of ladios on the floor.
There was the customary salutations among
members and others, and pleasant excitement
Mr. Allen, the Clerk of the last House
called the House to order at noon. The din
of voices immediately ceased. Spectators
were excluded from the floor, and the mem
bers took their seats.
Tbe roll was oa lied and two hundred and
thirty-one members answered to their names
The absentees wero .Messrs. Stallworth and
Landrewn, of Alabama, Brown and Adams, of
Kentuoky, Hindman and Russ, of Arkansas,
and Hamilton of Texas.
On motion of Mr. Phelps, the House agreed
to proceed to the election of a Speaker, viva
Mr. flous ton nominated Mr. Sherman, of
Ohio; Mr. A drain nominated Mr. Davis, of
Indiana; Mr. llasklns nominated Mr. Hick
man, of Pennsylvania; Mr. Stephens nomi
nated Mr. Grow, of Pennsylvania; Mr. Brlggu
nominated Mr. Boteler, of Virginia.
Numerous voices impatiently Call tbe
The Clerk appointed Messrs. Houston, Cor
win, Adrain and Briggs, tellers.
Mr. Floren In listening to the call of the
roll, I noticed that eeveral members were ab
sent. In order to enable them to participate
in the election, I move the Uouso adjourn till
Mr. John Cochran I hope the gentlemen
will withdraw the motion.
Mr. Cobb Ob, let us have one vole,
The House took the vote by acclamation,
amid whioh and laughter, Mr. Florence with
drew his motion, and the House proceeded to
First vote for Speaker Sherman 65, Bocook
86, Grow 4-3, Boteler 14, Davis 2, Phillips 1,
Gilmer 3, Nelson 5, Corwin I, Hill 1, Hick
man 1, Pennington 1, Hoskin 2, MoQueen 1,
H. F. Clark 1.
No one having received a majority of the
votes cast, Mr. Grow rose and said: As I de
sire In no way to retard the organization of
too House, j. withdraw my name as a candi
date. I assure these gentlemen who, in their
kindness, cast their vote for me, that I shall
treasure through life so distinguished a mark
of their friendship and regard.
Mr. Burnett moved an adjournment, to be
determined by the yeas and nays. Without
concluding the consideration of the subject,
trie Mouse adjourned.
Mr. Clark, of Mo wanted to make some
remarks in favor of adjournment after another
vote. Cries of "eo on.1
Mr. Burnet objected to his erooeedlne, sav
ing there was no question before tbe Houae.
He subsequently withdrew his objection, which
was renewed by Mr. Waihburne, of 111.
The Clerk said be would submit tbe ques
tion, whether Mr. Clark should have liberty to
Mr. Garnett contended there was no power
here to preclude debate, and said the gentle
man had a right to show that there were some
nominees fo.- Sneaker who should not be
Mr. Clark insisted that the Houae oould not
deprive him of his constitutional rights to
make remarks as to tbe qualification ol some
of those nominated for Speaker.
t he (JUrk replied tbat be should not take
upon himself to decide the question, but would
Buoroit it to tno uonso.
Mr. Clark, earnestly I claim the right as
an Individual member to speak. I deny tbe
power of tbe House to deprive me of that
right. I'declde for myself. Cries of "Go on."
Mr. Curtis What part of the Constitution
do you refer to? If you have that right
have it also. Cries thick and fast, "Call the
Mr. Clark I deny the right to call the roll,
I have the floor. Cries cf "Question."
"Question," from the Ropublican side.
Mr. Kilgore presumed this matter oould be
fettled. The Republicans would oensent
an adjournment after another vote. Here the
cries of "Question" were nevewed.
Mr. Clark, with his application to make remarks,
offered the following:
Whrrras, Certain members of tbls House
now in nomination for Speaker, did indorse
and recommend the book hereinafter men
Raolv.d, Thatthe doc tr inland sentiments
of a certain book called the "Impending Crisis
of the South, and how to meet it," purporting
to have been written by H. R. Helper, are in
cendiary and hostile to the domestic peace
and tranquility of the country, and that no
member of this House, who reoommended it or
indorsed It, or the eompend, it fit to be the
Speker of this House.
The reading of tbe resolution occasioned
applause from tome of the Northern men,
dapping their bandt:
Mr. Stevens, of Penn., thought, in ' the
present condition of the House, bat two things
were in order, one, a motion to adjourn, and
the other to proceed to a vote.
Mr. Clark continued by saying in view
the eriiis of theoountrv and representing,
he did, a elavo-holdiuc constituency,
Mr. Washbume called him to order. 1
Mr. Clark oontinued, savin?, we have
hid two wars since the Declaration of Inde
pendence and have grown from a weak Stat
to a (treat Confederacy, challenging the ad
miration of the civilized world.
Mr. Stanton interrupted, savins: he wished
to stay here if tbe object was to save time, bnt
ho saw no good in remaining here, as he knew
the gentlemen on the other side could eon
same the day. -
Mr. Clark My purpose is higher than that.
Cries from the Democratic side, "Good," "Left
Mr. Clark was willing to give way for that
Mr. Stanton thought this line of discussion
would be mooh more appropriate and better
managed if the House were organized by the
eleotion of a presiding officer.
Mr. Washbume, of Me., arose to a question,
but Mr. Clark proposed to go on with his
remarks unless some gentleman wished to move
Mr. Stevens I hope the Honse will not ad
journ; these things must come out. A voice,
ilr. Stanton-i see no gooa oy remaining
here, unless we vote. I take on myself the
resonsibiiity to move that the House adjourn.
Negatived by two majority.
Mr. Vallandigham remarked that some
Democrats were absent; three of them might
be here to-morrow; he therefore voted aye.
Mr. Clark resumed, but in a tone not alto
gether audible. He wished to show why the
resolution ought to pass, and to present to the
American people tho position certain gentle
men occupied as to the Speakership.
Heretofore the people were divided as Dem
ocrats and Whigs. There were conservative
and fraternal feelings; there was scarcely found
an American oitizen who advocated insurrec
tion, robbery and dissolution. No party,
sinoe this government has had a history, how
ever fond of power, has until now so muoh
disregard to the popular will at to send forth
n tha r.nnntrr at large a dooument advising
the disfranchisement and murdering of a large
portion of the people.
Mr. Kilgore, of Ind., explained, and was
understood as saying tnar be conaemneo as
strongly as the gantlemai? f Missouri pos
siblv could the avowal of tttCO sentiments.
SENATE--The Senate was d.'led ' order
at 1:30 P. M. bv the Vloe President; A prayer
was then made by Dr. Gurley.
Ferry -eight Senators were present.
Tbe credentials of John C. Tenevok, of N.
J., and Henry P. Hann, of Cal , were presented,
and they were qualified.
Tha absentees were Messrs. Benjamin, Clay,
Crittenden, Davis, Douglas, Fltoh, Fitzpatrick,
Hammond, Johnson of Ark., Polk, Sebastion,
Seward and Toombs.
Mr. Mason, of Va., submitted a resolution
which he would call up to-morrow, for the
appointment of a oommittee to inquire into the
faots attending the lata invasion and seizure
of the armory and arsenal at Harper's Ferry
by a band of armed men, and report whether
tbe same was attended by armed resistance to
tbe authorities and public force of tbe United
States, and tbe murder of any oitizens
of Virginia or any troops sent there to
protect publio property ; whether such inva
sion was made under color of any organisa
tion intended to subvert the government of
any of the States of tbe Union ; the character
and oxtent of tmchorganlzation ; whether any
citizens of the United States not present were
implicated therein or accessory thereto by
contributions of arms, money, munitions or
othcrwiso ; tbe character and extent of the
military equipment in tbe hands or under the
control of said armed band ; where, how and
when the same was obtained and transported
to the place invaded. Also, to report what
legislation, if any, is necessary by tbe govern
ment, for tho future preservation of tbe peaoe
oftba country and the safety of the publio
property. The Committee to have full power
to reud for persons and papers.
Mr. Trumbull, of 111., gave notice tbat
when the resolution came up he should move
to amend by extending the inquiry to tbe
seizure of the Asenal, at Franklin, Mo.
The customary resolutions were adopted to
inform the House of Representatives and the
President that the Senate is ready for business.
Mr. Greer gave notioe of a Pacific Railroad
bill. The Senate then adjourned.
CONGRESSIONAL. Additional Foreign News-Arrival of
the City of Manchester.
Nrw Yobk, Deoember 5. Tbe steamship
City of Manchetter, from Glascow on the 17th
ult., via Queendtown on the 20tb, arrived here
Lojidos, November 19. A French ProteB
tant journal asserts tbat tbe high duties on
English manufactures have failed In prevent
ing competition. Light goods from Man
chester, suitable for the Arab market, were
ordered by way of experiment, and notwith
standing the import duty and expenses, they
were found to be 10 per cent, lower than the
same kind of French goods.
Paris, November 19. Tbe Constitutional
of to-day couOrma the statement whioh ap
pears in the fktrie that the AviU d Religion
would be suppressed for publishing a letter al
leged to be from tbe King of Sardinia to tbe
Emperor of the French relative to tbe Regency
cf Prinoe Cavagnan.
Baron De Tallerand will replace Marquis
Moustlor, as Embassador at Berlin. The
Marquis Bonnevelle will be appointed Embas
sador at Athens'.
The Spanish troops for Morocco have been
delayed, ns Marshal O'Donnell will not con
sent to their leaving before the collection of
the war material bas been completed, wbion
will be very shortly. No invitation to take
part in the approaching Congress has as yet
been sent to any power. The letters of cre
dence will be sent to tbe Plenipotentiaries on
bnnuay or Monday next.
The Albar publishes tbe following dispatch:
Islat, November 9. Geu. Gefriers an
nounces that after an immense razing against
the Mair and Angodas, Penigelau and St.
Hanaien bad been taken by surprise by tbe
commander of tbe troops. Our conditions
have been accepted and hostages surrendered
to us. The expeditionary corps will recross
tbe frontier on the 11th Inst., and will then be
Spmkufikid, Mass., December 5. The elec
tion for city ofiioers took place to-day. A large
vote was cael. The Republicans oarried every
thing before them by from 300 to 400 majority,
in a vote of 2,000. Daniel L. Harris is the
Mayor, and Horace C. Lee the Clerk aad
Treasurer; the latter succeeding Joseph Ingra-
bam, .Democrat, wno bas hcia the otlice tor
seventeen years. The Board of Aldermen
and Common Council stand: Republicans 14,
New Bedford, December 5. At our muni
cipal election to-day Isaao C. Tabor, Inde
pendent, was oboscn Mayor by 673 majority
over Jlowland, the Citizen's candidate. A
majority of the City Council on the Tabor
ticket are also elected.
Later from Havana.
New York, Dooember 6. The steamer
Cahatcba arrived hero to-day, with Havana
dates to the 3tb ult.
There is no news of importance.
lloport says that the now Captain-General
win carry out yen. voncna s policy, particu
larlv as regards improvements in Havana.
An extensive fire was seen on the evening
tbe 2'Jta ult.. in tbe direction or tbe Koala,
supposed to be the extensive warehouses
The Cahnwbv bringi nearly half a million
in Mexican dollars, tiugars were very firm at
The Remains of John Brown.
Nkw York, December 5. John Brown's
body loft this olty this morning for Albany,
en route lor North Klba.
Trot, K. Y December 5.--The body of
John Urown, accompanied by Mrs. Brown and
Wendell Phillips, parsed through this olty
to-day, nrrivlng ia tbe oars at noon. It start
at six o'olock for Its destination. Little or no
excitoment was eroattd daring the time thi
body remained at tie depot. Tbe funeral
Ukej place on Thursday, at North Elba.
vtitmawt. December 5. A runaway lad.
a n-n khmit twalva vears. was run ever by the
ea rs here this morning, cutting off both legs
ppobably fatal. ?- .
Piivaauno. December 6, M.B War eleven
feet by the pier mark and rising. Weather
oouldy1 and damp. Snow rapidly disappear-to-
Arrival of the John Bell.
vt Ymt. December 5. The steamship
JoU fiU, from Glasgow on the 12th ult.,
arrived .here this morning. t
sT A. 'A. A'jtei Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry, Nob. Ml and' m Western-row.
a-For Chriatmi''' Presents go to Albert
Boss's, soutb-west corn of Elghth-street and Wst-ern-row.
Who would not; send a friend a Pic
ture, when tber can be had kor ten cents each, at 68
Daguerrean Gallery, touth-west eor
ner of Blitb and 'Western-row, over Hannaford's
drug store. Pictures teten and at In good cases
for twenty cents. Warrantedto please;
pS- Sprague & Co., corner of Fourth and
Vine, bare oa hand one of the largest assortments
of all kinds of Beadr-made Clothing that can bo
found in the city. Tbeywlll be bappy to furnish
tbeir customers wltb anything in their line that
may be deeired.
THOMPBON.-On Sunday. December i, of scarlet
rarer, Kate, youngest daughter of Di nlel L. and
Frances Thomprou. aged three years.
FISH.-Of consumption, on tbe evening; of theslh,
A. Hamilton Fish. . . ,. ...
The funeral lakes place from the residence of his
brother, outh-weat corner of John and Longworth
streeti, this morning at 10 o'clock. Friends are in
vited to attend,
FOX.-On Monday, Pecerober ft, 1859. at 4 o'c'ock
A. U.iof scarlet fever, Oora Ann, daughter of Ben.
L. aad Bliaa J. Fox, aged three years and six months.
Ths funeral will take place from the residence of
her earenti, No. I9 Wt Front-street, at 2 o'clock
F. Ill, to-Oay. Friends of the family are invited to
-'tend without further notioe.
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V. M. M. USSOdiTION.
COURSE OF LECTURES
' BY '
REV. H. W. BELLOWS,
. "Science of Society."
Tint Lecture TH 0 BSC AY KVENIKO, Deo.
"Conflict of Social Laws with Human Nature
and Christian Charity."
Second lecture 8ATOBDAY EVENING, Dec.
"Sources of Social Ivils."
Third L.cture -TDBSDAY XVEN1NO, Dec.
"Oriterions of Social Progress."
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
Single Tickets 30c. Admluioo td Die three .'Oc.
VVDnurs open at 7 o'clock,
at a o'clock.
Lecture locum ww
yf ADULTERATED ALII
I On Fifth-street.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Xlegant Fearl, Bandal-wood and Ivory Fans, for
Pretests ; ' . '
White and Colored Kid Gloves at 76 cents, for evening.
Linen and Cotton Sheetings and Towellngs ; Table
Damask Covers j Napkins and Doylies; Fiano Cov
ers; Quilts, Bed Blankets and Flannels.
At J3 and $6, worth J8 and $10.
IN UHOIOK 8TYI,E8 OF '
HOSIERY A IDEM.
Our stock of Gents', Ladies' and Children's Ho
siery and Underwesr will be sold at reduced prices.
Opera Hoods and IVubies
SKST Magnificent bargain in nil tbe benu
tlfal styles of feilk and Woolen Drees Goods,
Cloaks, Hliawls, Arc, will be offered to the
sjnbllc through the month of December.
DELAND, KOSSAGE & CUYLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE FIKK'8 OPKKA-HODBK.
JOHN 1LMT0 HO,
West Fout th-8t reel.
MEANS BUY YOUR COAL OIL AND
LAMPS AT TALLU ADQI'S, 249 Vine-strtet.
N. B. Lard Oil and Fluid Lamps altered forbnrn
lag Coal Oil. etf
x o r 3r us ' js
An? Htyle of Orates pan be Net or Ileaet with
this Improvement. ,
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FILL
orders rapidly, as we have a large force
good workmen. ...
Rave your grates set with tbe patent before cold
weather, or yon will regret it. It is poor economy
to use your grates set in the old way, burning twice
aa much coal a. you need, and not obtaining half as
much heat as the patent gives. The patent will save
four money by reducing the consumption of fuel.
It will save yonr healtb, by giving you pure heat
and plonty of It to make your rooms oomfortable in
all parta. It makes your nome cheerful st a trilling
cost, whioh Is soon saved in fuel.
Ws have now a full supply of the Patont Stores,
plain and enameled.
Orders may be left at No. 20 West Fifth-street,
sent through mall,
tbmntv And HtAte rishts for sale on such terms
will pay Are hundred per cent., without any risk.
J. M. RYAN CO.,
Proprietor! of Hodge'a Patent.
J. BLAKELY, General Agent. deSoAsodo
AjEW SARDINES I NEW SARDINES 1
X Just received S3 cases of new 8ardines, In whole,
h.lf and iinnrtAr ran.! .Ian . fw A. ham HiirbIasb Hsr-
dines. These bardines ar. put up in the iluctt oil,
and are extremely tieiloate in navor.
For sale wholesale and retail by , '
deft ' National Theatre Building, Sycamore st.
O00TCH AND IRISH WHISKY Just
received, t puncheons very superior Old Scotch
ana irisn rtnusy. sorsaieuy
a. Mcdonald a co.,
uo!8 56 and Branch Store 249 West Fourtb-st,
SCOTCH ALE AND LONDON PORTER.
Just recoiled, 75 casks Disher's, Yotingsr's, and
other celebrated brands Hootch A le and London Por
ter. For sale hy A. ioiurauu a m
noga 8 and Branch Htore Hi West Fourth-st
LIVE OIL. Joit reoelved, 18 doten
flagons very superior unve on. or sale ny
rt , nil. ivj n ii u w.,
no2B M and Branch Store lit West Fourlb-st.
GRATES AND STOVES !
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ' r
TO (TOR PATRONS'
WE WOULD SAY THAT OUR STOCK
oTOne Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware is
now full and complete. Thankful for the very lib
eral and generous patronage which bu been ea
tended to oureetabiiabmeot for mora than twenty.
nve years, wo lone iuis uu.moa oi turning our
friends, and tbe public generally, to continue their
favors, feeling ourselves 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 melal, Aluminum,
brought from Paris by one of our arm, who has '
lately returned, '
Our store Is well supplied with valuable artloles,
suitable for presents for the approaching holidays.
The damage to our Hilrer-ware Manufactory by the
bite fire is now fully repaired, and all we now need
to keep up its vitality is plenty ol orders. We are
prepared to nil the same with dispatch, and we
promise full satisfaction to all who may pleaae to
favor us with ihclr calls.
K. & D. IUNSKY, 24 Weat Fiftb-strent.
The highest price paid for old Bilver Coin of all
OGDEN & SEE,
33 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
' ' . Between Main and Walnut,
HAVE NOW ON HAND A SPLENDID
assortment of .
- Business and Overcoats,
Which they will sell at every small advance. Sen.
tlemen are respectfully Invited to call and examine
before purchasing elsewhere. " " " dplaw
GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS!
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
next to Smith ft Nixon's Hall, Cincinnati,
Ohio. A splendid Gift, worth from to cents to 100,
will be Rlvsnwith evory book for which we receive
one "loll nr ami upward at the time of sale.
Gifts consist of Gold and Siver Watrhes, Ladles'
Solid Gold ChulliH, Hplenilld set of Jnwoirv, floe Gold
Bracelets, (fonts' Go d Vest-chains, and a iHrgeva
riety of othnr articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
Ladies ami gentlemen are respectfully invited to
call and examine our stock.
A. A. KELLEY,
Publisher and Gift Bookseller,
No. 28 West Fonrth -street.
WILSON, GARLICK A CO.,
Forwarding; and Commission
BALERS IN LIVE. AND DRESSED
Bogs. Pork. Lard. Whlskv. Flour. Grain. Ac.
Otlice north-west corner Bixth and Wain streets,
(Jlqcimiittl, opposite the Gait House.
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
in the Goneral I'roduce aud Commission Business,
nndor the style of Wilson, Garllck ft Co., respect
fully tender their services and solicit tbe patronage of
their friends and the public, rartlculur st ten tlon
paid to buying end Belling Bogi, Whlnky, Flour.
Grain, etc. Their charges wllf bo as moderate as
any othnr good bonne in the city, liefer to the mer
chants of Cincinnati generally,
A. WIL80N, !..
H. T, GAItLIUK,
no28bm L.T. BAKU.
203 WESTERN ROW, ABOVE FIFTH,
1 CINCINNATI, O.
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS, evsry day by
xprss, wurutea to oe nnfturpisiieu. .us
Uovs, epioea. sua fiaitea uynters, oiioia.
Btrdlnea, ncmei, glutei, sua uitonnpi.
f refln i.0DBirii sna (.isms, rrosu
Canned Teacligs, Strawberries,
Chapped Hands, Face, &o.
A 1 THIS' 8EABOH- Ol THIS - VBAR
almost ever? rerson is more or less troubled
with chappeu nandsKnU fmce. roughness of tbe skin.
4c. We would, therefore invite especial attention to
. I 1.11 ; It.. - 1 V. .. A . nnlB nn.A till.
prevent the disease, by keeping the skin in a moist
ana aeaiiuy ouuuiuun.
GI.YCAMYL )V HOSES,
An entirely new and elegant article, which we pre.
pare in our own Laboratory, with the utmost care,
and of the very finest materials.
Our improved Glycerin Lotion Is entirely fiee from
the unpleasant odor of Glycerin, is highly perfumed
with Hose, Bitter Almond aud Orange Flower, and la
unsurpassed by any other made.
GLYCERIN CAMPHOR ICE,
A most agreeable combination of Glycerin and Cam
f nor, which we prepare in a very convenient foim
or the toilet.
Burnett's Kallston, &c.
SHIRE, ECKSTEIN ICO.,
Opposite the PostolHoe.
5 GROSS QUERU'S COD-LIVER OIL
Jelly just received and for sale by
dtSo ' ' ' ' OnoonltB the Pnstoflics.
FOR CLEANSING, WHITENING AND
softening the hands. For sale by
.. BUlitB, KC'KHIKIM A CO.,
de5o Z1 ' Opposite tbe rostofflce.
"Colt's Foot Rock.
A PLEASANT ANDEFFICIENT REM
EDY for Ooughs and Colds. For sale by
BUI KB, bOKSTEIN ft 00., Brugglsts.
dSc Opposite the Postofflce,
Purified Benzine. ,
A N INVALUABLE I ARTICLE FOR
l cleaning gloros and removing grease stains and
paint from cloth, velvet, ribbons, paper, ftc. Pie
pared aud lor safe hy
par u. u scire, ECKSTEIN ft CO..
deoo . uppoane toe rosiomc..
CRUSADERS, ' LITTLE GIANT,
ESP A NOT; A, HENRY CLAY.
u' hi v. mat racnived a siinnlv of 1 be ebove brands
of cbolce tiavanas, which renders our stock of really
fine Cigars unsurpassed.
de5 ' v ' " Opposite the PostoBlce.
TfaTOTICE TO BUILDERS. PROPOSALS
la will Iia iwaIvaH At th. rfrlRA nf I. Itoeers. Hon
ft Co., ho. li.A Vine-street, until TUESDAY, Dec. 6,
at in oclock My lor building the New Olty Hospital.
on the sue oi tne preseai omiuiDg, uouuumi rv
WesUrn-row, Twelfth-street and Canal. Bide to h
received lor the whole job, and not lu parte. All
bida to he made to conform to the plans. spoclBca
lions and terme of the bids, all of which may be
seen at the office of Isaiah Bogere, Hon A Co., No,
1M Vlne-etroet. No bids will bo received anlees they
conform to and are made on the printed forms ; also
the bidder to name the price be will allow forth
old materials now on the ground. The security in
tended to be offered for the fsithful ptuformauc of
the contract to be named in the bids. ;
- GioRGB W. BTJHTAN.
deltt Chairman Com, on Public Buildings.
rilHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING REFIT-
JSL TED tho SALOON In the unquirer
Bniiding, are now prepare to .urm.i i(
their friends with the best imported
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
sr Baltimore Shell Oysters served in
CYdXarn' ' ' ' EASTWOOD ft SARQKNX.
HUGHES & DORLAND
" . 130 Wnlnut-Htrecr, below Fonrth,
' Wholesale dealers in
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Have tbls day opened a One slock of tbe above goods
- . tde3aw J
CHOICE TEAS. My stock is large and
well selected, from late importations. Par
and fresh Young Hyson, Gunpowder, Imperials and
Blacks, lor sale in Quantities fo suit, at low prices.
AARON A. WLTKIt,
del Nos. 3IP and 321 Main-street.
PRIME CWFEK8. liO pockets Old Gov.
ernment Java Ooff; 10 balsa choice Mocha
Coffee : loo bags Yellow Santos Cnnee ; roo bags gocd
and prime Cvlfee.' lu store and for sale by
AARON A. COLTER,
' Jet -j fj Nos. 31V and Ml Main-trset.
SUGAR, MOLASSES AND" SYRUPS".
New crop N. O. Sugars; do. do. do, Molasses ;
Boaey syrups, best brands ; St. Louis Ooluen Syrup.
in store ana tor esie in urin.,
brls., half-brls. and kegs,
- AARON A. COI, TKIl.
Nos. 31!) and Xll Alain-street,
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