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THEvPEESS.
AtiUY W.FBAM0I800. JOBS P. OALDWKLL
ID1T0M D Mrl1ll. '
ornoi, 14 wast rougta-staisT.
THURSDAY - DECK W BEAT 8
Important Change of Street Railroad
Security.
The following supplementary ordinance lo
the Street Passenger Railroad Ordinance was
adopted lat night:' ' f '
Skotiow 1. Bt U ordaintd ty the City Council
of fAa tity of Cincinnati, That any company
or individual! to whom the privilege has seen,
or may hereafter be granted, to construct and
use Street Passenger Railroad or Railroads,
within the oity of Cinolnnatl, who shall have
exeouted a bond and oontraot in puriuanoe of
the fourth, sixth and eleventh leotioni of said
ordinanoe, and of the resolution making such
grant, after they have completed their road
and oommenoed running the tame, may sub
stitute for the personal seourity on suoh bond
and contraot, a mortgage to the city of Cincin
nati on their road-bed and rolling itooic;
fmtidtd, the same is then free from encum
hraace; conditioned, that they will faithfully
abide by and perform all the terms and
populations of said ordinance and resolution,
and In all respects comply with their oontraot
already entered into with said city.; The
said mortgage shall be submitted to and ap
proved by the City Solioitor, who shall indorse
liis approval thereon, and shall then be de
posited with the City Clerk, who shall oause
(he tame to be reoorded in the Recorder's Of
&oe of Hamilton County. That at the time
slid mortgage it deposited with the City
Clerk, said Company or individuals shall pay
him a sufficient fee for reoording the same,
and he shall then indorse on their bond and
oontraot aforesaid the faot that a mortgage
substituted by the individual liability of the
uretles thereon, who shall thenoeforth be re
leased, but the same shall remain in full force
against the prlnoipals.
The News.
By a foreign arrival we have some news
from the Continent. Garibaldi resigns,
evidently dissatisfied; Booncomfaona becomes
liegent of Central Italy. Governor Chasi
replies to Gov. Wm, that Ohio will perform
strictly all constitutional requirements, but
will not allow armed invasion of her territory
by aearchert for fugitive slaves. The Har
per's Ferry troubles are yet under discussion
in the United States Senate. In tne House,
a Republican has charged on Hoback
Qhsilst some political conspiracy with
Senator Douglas, and the discussion on the
"Helper" book still continues, with heated
blood almost to a collision between the de
baters. A seoond ballot for Speaker was had
yesterday. Mr. Shibman, the Republican,
having received within nine votet of the num
ber required for election. There is no hope
for Cook or the doomed insurgents; tbey are
all to be hung on the 10th.
Give Your Orders for the Penny Press.
This is a proper time to order the oarrier to
leave a copy of the Pknnt Paisg at the busi
ness plaoe or residenoe of any person in this
eity or suburbs. Congress is in session, and a
condensed summary of its proceedings will be
found in our telegraph column daily. Soon
the General Assembly of Ohio will be in ses
sion. This budget of home and foreign news
eoats those taking the Pimtr Prhjb only one
eenteaeh day. Drop a note in Postoffice giv
ing your address, or leave order at oar
Counting Room.
Advertise! Those hesitating to advertise
should send in their favors. The circulation
of the Pinrt Pbkm is large and increasing
rapidly.
Council "Investigation" Report.
The City Council hat laid upon the table the
testimony and reports of a minority and major
ity committee appointed to Investigate whether
any member bad received a bribe in reference
to the Street Railroad routes. The hour being
late on the introduction of the same, tbe dis
cussion was protracted to midnight. Suspen
sion of opinion is asked in reference to the '
reports, by the gentlemen oharged, who have
declared themselves undeserving of reproaoh.
Both committees agree that no bribe was
accepted; but the minority deems that some
ill-advised oonduot pointed out needs explana
tion. See report of the proceedings of the
City Council.
Ohio Mechanics' Institute.
Too result of tbe Seventeenth Exhibition
of tbe Ohio Mechanics' Institute, of this eity,
did not meet expectation, financially, but it
advertised our mechanics and manufacturers
lo the world, placing Cincinnati more firmly
in her position as the emporium of art and
handicraft. Lets than $300 was secured, nett
receipts, into the treasury, from the Opera
house exhibition. The report is printed in
pamphlet form, and can be procured of the
Clerk. .
"Wants"—"For Sale"—"To Rent," &c.
We have dally proofs of the advantages of
advertising in the want column of the Pcmnt
Pesss. A person wants a. girl. A few lines
making known that want we insert twice for
twenty-live cents. Those who have failed, on
several days search, to secure a suitable bouse
have been successful by an advertisement at
to chevp a rate. If you want a plaoe, a ser
vant, or a house, advertise in the Penny
rmraa.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVITH CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, December 7.
.SENATE. The Chair presented a report
from the Secretary of the Senate, showing the
r regress made in the printing of the American
ytale papen.
Mr. Clay gave notioe of his intention to in
troduce a bill to repeal the fishing bounties.
Mr. Powell, of Kentnoky, gave notioe of his
intention to Introduce a bill to abolish tbe
I ranking privilege. , .'. .,. J r
Mr. Mason's resolution to appoint a Harper's
Ferry investigating committee, then came up,
Mr. Mallory said this resolution had been
horn of all Its moral effect by the oovert op-Tic-itlon
it had received; he was quite indif
ferent whether it passed ot not.
Mr. Iverson referred lo the action of the
Massachusetts Legislature on the 2d of
iiecembar, at showing their sympathy for
Brown.
f bo debate in tbe Senate continued until
afret tire o clock, when it adjourned.
HOUSB. Mr. Kellegg rose to a question of
c' tviiege and caused to do read an aruole from
'he New York Iriimru. . Be wished to show
he false position. Mr. Greeley holds to tbe
llenubllcan party. v When hit (Kellogjr'e) con-
M.ituotits complain1 oi hint,1 then it would be
time rr tne gentlemen oi flew xork to oom
rlaln. If the Republican! have any regard
fir their own dignity they will rebuke these
who, by treachery, prepare paper for others
to sign. When the struggle in Illinois oom
menoed, Mr. Greeley and others met in the
jparior r senator Juougiat and planned to
tell Illinois, and Niwrl too. He (Kellogg)
knew it aud could prove it. He never loved
a trui lor. "'
The idea was, to Disks Mr Douglas Sen
ator) to re-eloet Mm, aad it was done. Mr;
Douglas, in the moan time, deolaring that bo
was a Democrat. When tbo battle bad been
fought, Mr. Greeley did s.iy that Mr. Douglas
was a Free-Soiler good enough for him. He
(Kellogg) bad not the lnowlodge or recollec
tion that he signed the recommendation for
the Helper-book. - He never taw iL .There is
not a man in his district who would trample
on the constitutional rights of tbe South.
The North is becoming lees and less ' Demo
cratic, and the South stronger and stronger
pemooratlo, and tbe time would soon come
when the great majority of the people would
be Republican. : '
Mr. McClermand replied that if such a con
sultation occurred, how came bis colleague
(Kellogg) to know it? If the consultation
was private, he. at an individual, would have
scorned lo reveal what was said.
It was strange that suoh a charge should
now be made after it was known that Mr.
Greeley had endeavored to defeat Douglas't
re-elootioo, employing unscrupulous means;
money, too, to tunc eno was raises m new
York.
Mr. Ketlotte, in reply, laid he was not at the
conference, but what he had stated was the
fact.
Mr. Duell offered a resolution, which was
adopted, to invite the cloreymen of thecity to
open tbe House with prayer.
Mr. Morris, of III., wanted to know from
his colleague hie authority for the statement
alleging an agreement between Douglas and
Greeley, suoh as had been charged.
Mr. Kellogg did not tninn propor to mane
the declaration.
Mr. Morris replied if be had been in private
conversation this was tbe first time he had
card that charge. He bal ieved there was not
one iota of truth In it. Mr. Douglas was
elected by the Democracy of that State, which
had adopted him as its son. He said a few
more such scenes as those of yesterday and we
should hear the crack of the revolver and see
the gleam of the burnished blade.
The debate was continued until a late hour,
when a second ballot was taken, as follows :
Sherman 107, Baboook 88, Gilmer 22, sontlor
ing 14. Necessary to a ohoioe, 116. House
then adjourned.
Five Days Later from Europe—Arrival
of the Edinburgh.
Ktw York, December 7. The steamship
Edinhuryh arrived this evening with Liverpool
dates to the 23d ult., and Quecnstown to the
24th ult. It is reported that arrangements are
progressing for mails direot for New York
from Queenilown.
Dr. Barry, the Catholic) Bishop of Savannah,
died recently at Paris.
Tbe father of the child, Mortars, has ar
rived at Paris, and is prepared to make a de
termined demand before tbe Congress of the
great Powers for the restoration of his child.
Gen. Garibaldi in bis proclamation announc
ing his retirement from the army of Central
Italy, complains of the underhand machina
tions against him. He says he will resume his
services the moment Victor Emmanuel calls
to arms. He recommends the Italians to rally
around the King of Sardinia.
The Spanish movement against Morocoo is
progressing slowly. The treaty ratifications
have been exchanged at Zurioh. Nothing
formal is known with regard to the European
Congress, but the Mb of December is spoken
of as the time fixed for the meeting.
The ship JCpanmondat, from Shields lor
New York, has been abandoned at sea. The
crew were saved. Tbe ship Athlon; from
Liverpool for Galveston, has also been aban
doned at sea, with six leet water In the hold.
LivsirooL, November 23. Sales of cotton
for three days, including 2,000 bales for spec
ulation and export, amounts to 15,000 bales.
The prloes olosed with little inquiry and
prices weak, wUh a political decline of .
The adrioes from Manchester are favorable,
prices showing an advaneing tendency, but
closing quiet.
Braadstafts exhibited a declining tendenoy
and all descriptions are slightly lower. Rich
ardson & Spenoe quote flour dull at a decline
of8dls; wheat also dull at ld2d decline
per quarter. The circulari do not give the
quotations.
Provisions dull. Beef is heavy, owing lo
large arrivals. Pork dull end sales unimpor
tant. Lard quiet. Bacon quiet. Tallow is
slow of sale but prices are unaltered.
Fbakoi. Napoleon has consented to Buun
oompagne's becoming the agent of Central
Italy.
The Guenoae Bordeaux Journal has been
seized for publishing a lettor falsely attributed
to the King of Sardinia by Armedo. Battels
gion. Ctrtmr du Dtmanche hag reocived a warning
for an article written by the Count De llaus
sonville, E.sa land. It is stated that it is the inten
tion of the Government to limit the intended
reform bill to a mere extension of franchise,
and that the question of franohisement and
mode of taking votes are either to be deferred
or made separate measures.
The ship Duke of Welliivton, bound from
Liverpool to Bombay, was burned at sea Nov.
I I, off Cape Finistone. All hands took to the
boats, and were picked up after forty-eight
hours exposure.
Italt. It is staled that King Victor Em
manuel had refused to withdraw the nomina
tion of Buencompagne. The French Gov
ernment has now yielded, and he is to be tho
Regent of Modena, Parma, and Bologna, and
also of Tuscany, if the authorities there will
receive him. A regiment of tbe Bologna
brigade have taken the oath to Viotor Em
manuel, and are to wear the uniform of the
Piedmontese Army.
M. Desambrois has been appointed Sar
dinian Embassador to Paris.
A manifestation was attempted at Bologna,
on the announcement of Garibaldi's resigna
tion, and a small number of persons were ar
rested, when tbe rest disappeared.
The memorandum of the Tuscan Govern
ment tells tbe European Powers that the Con
gress orders the restoration of the Grand
Duke. They will resist to tbe last, and, if at
tacked, they will, though ture of defeat, do
their best to repel force by force.
JiivxaBOOL MABKIT8. Sugar urm; Cofteo
firm; Rice steady; Potatoes quiet at 27s H.
London Markets November 23. Wheal
dull and buyers demand a reduction; Sugar
firm at a partial advance ot a; cotiee arm.
Prices of tea are weak and there is little in
quiry, some circulara quote at a decline of ISA.
The wool sales have been animated and firm.
London Moniy Marxit November 211.
American securities are in improved demand.
Consols are quoted WtfyWi. Tbe Paris
Bourse is dull but prices of three per cent,
rentes doted steady at 79f.96e.
THE LATEST.
London, November 24. Later dales from
India have been received by the Overland
Mail, but the news it not important.
' Nona Sahib is reported as dead.
Spain continues chartering English Bloom
ers for the Morocco war.
Union Meeting.
" Tn ll.A dilvb ia (December 7. During the day
salutes have been fired by tbe friends of tbe
Union in this city, flags have been displayed
from public bnildings, and the shipping and
the demonstration closed this evening with a
grand Union mass meeting of eitir.ent, irre
spective of party, at Jayue's Hall. Tbeobjeot
being to reaffirm allegiance to the Union and
Constitution and to condemn all fanaticism.
Han. J. II. Ingersoll presided. - A series of
resolutions were adopted, expressing an earn
est sympathy with their fellow-citizens of
Virginia; disavowing any right or winh to
Interfere with the domestic institutions of sister
States; reprobating in the ttrongest terms all
attempts to exoite servile insurrection or to
arouse those who are lawfully held in servi
tude to violence and bloodshed; approving (if
the recent administration of justice in Vir
ginia, and finally assuring their brethren of
the Mouth tbat intra exltu among the people
of Pennsylvania a determined tDirit to raain-
Itain the Constitution and the right of States
under it.
Washington Items.
WASHINGTON, December 7.—The following is
the conclusion of yesterday's (Tuesday) House
report:
Mr. Stevens believed the discussion already
bad, ought to convince everybody that his point
of order was correct and proper; namely, that
until the House was organized it was not com
petent to entertain any question except the
oleclion of Speakor. At a motion to adjourn
he did not blame them for the language of
intimidation or rending God's creation from
turret to foundation. Laughter. It was
right in them, for we recreants of the North
were not affected1 by It; he gave them oredit
for it, for their remarks were to operate on
timid men. !
Mr. Crawford, of da., here rose exoitedly,
and Interrupted Mr. Stevens. Said some
thing about the Union meeiings at Cattle Gar
den and in the North. He was loudly called
to order, while others applauded his remarks,
which wero nearly altogether unintelligible,
owing to the confusion which prevailed.
Members from "all tides rose to their feet,
und others orowded to the area near Stevens
and Crawford. The greatest excitement pre
vailed, and at onetime it was feared there
would be a collision.
Mr. Morris, of Illinois "The time for gen
erosity bat passed, order must be enforced."
After a fow moments the members seated
thomselves; several gentlemen proposed an ad
journment. '
Mr. Garvett "inis aisoucsion sdbii not urn
stopped, and thore is no power in this House
to stop it." (Applause.) Adjourned.
River News.
St. Louis, December T M. The river it
about stationary at this point, with tevenfeet
water to Cairo, and full from thore to shore of
running ice. navigation above it tutpended,
with the exception of the Alton packets, but
below the ice does not offer any very serious
impediment to the passage of boats.
At teven o'clock this morning the mercury
marked two degrees below zero, something
lower than it has fallen lor two yeart. The
weather now is somewhat milder, but still
very cold, and apprehensions may reasona
bly be felt that the river will close at or below
this point.
PiTtsacao, December 7 M. River four
teen and a half feet by the pior-mark and
rising. Weather clear and cold.
LomsviLL, December 7 P. M. The liver
it rising rapidly with ten and a half feot water
in the canal and seven feet water on the falls.
Tho large boats for tho first timo this season
ascended the falls to-day. The weather is
very cold. Two inches of Bnow fell yester
day. The mercury now indicates ton degroos
above aero.
Gov. Chase to Gov. Wise.
Hiuhjiomu, Va., December 7. Gov. Wise
laid before the Legislature to-day a letter
from the Governor of Ohio in reply to one of
his. Governor Chase sayt Gnio will mini
every constitutions! obligation to other mem
bors of the Union, but can not consent to tbe
invasion of hor territory by armed men, even
for the purpose of pursuing and arresting fu
gitives from justice.
Ohio State Agricultural Society.
Coluubuh. December 7. The State Agri
cultural Sooiety met here to-day, and eleoted
the following gentlemen ss members of the
Board: Henry Perkins, ol Trumbull County;
John Itober, of Fairfield; I. M. Trimble, of
Highland; U.S. Xowosend, oi Loralne, and
F. C. Jones, of Delaware.
No Hope for Cook.
HioBMOHD Va., Deoembcr 7. The Legisla
ture unanimously passed resolutions approv
ing the sentence of Cook and the other pris
oners, and refuting interference.
Santa Fe Mail.
St.
Lome, December 7. The Santa Fe
mails of the 7th and 14th have reached Inde
pendenca. But few Indians were seen, and
tnose were tncnouy.
HOME INTEREST.
.jSSr A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry, Nos. 341 and 271 TVeateru-tow,
yFor ChriRtmns Progenia go to Albert
Boss'a. outb- est corner of Eighth-street and West
em .low. .
&f Who would not send a frioad a Pic
t'lte, vben they can be bad for Ion cents each, at 68
West Foiirth-tioet.
pST Daguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Huth and Wnlrii-row, orer HannaCord't
drug-store. PictureH takon and ut in good cases
(or twenty cauls. Warranted to pleas.
ST Sprague & Co., corner of Fourth and
Vina, will supply customers vrllb the best quality of
Winter Clothing, inch an Uoatt, Overcoats, l'anla
Vests, Ac. (.'all aud examine their ttock.
Opera and Bridal Fans,
rear! Stick, white Silk, plain ;
Pearl Stli U, white Bilk embroidered ;
Pearl Htick, whit Silk silvered ;
Pearl Stick, Parchment Painted ;
Ivory Stick Broad ran, white, red, blue aud DinkSilki
Ivory Stick Siltored, gpaugled, embroidered 811k
Ivory Stick, elegantly painted, 811k ;
Handal-wood Stick, broad Silk, all colors ;
Hair Pins, blue and gold, coral and gold ;
Head Dri'sen, blue and gold, coral and gold ;
Card Cases, plain and carved pearl shell ,
Porte -monnaiea, with chain, leather, sltier, velvet;
Stereoscopes and Views-;
Steel Bracelets and Brooches ;
Steel Buckles and Blidea ;
Coral Necklaces and Ilea ;
DBE63 QARTJCBS.
J nut received, a line of elegant Elaatlca;
With Bowa, Boaettes, and in Embroidery;
White, Blue, Pink and Crimson 811k ;
Drab, Lavender, Green anil Straw-colored 811k ;
Silk, Yelvet, Kid, Buckskin and Thread.
Ia a liadlea' Dress "an fait" without beautiful
JOHN D. PARK.
N. E. corner ul fourth and Walnut-streets.
nol&-dw'ruTh
MARRIED.
HOOT E It HO BB. Dec. ii, In Bt. Paul's Church,
hj tke JUv. Dr. Greenlaaf, John T. Hooper, K., lo
Ml Alary Jana Kulb, all of this cl'.y.
FOR THE CHEAPEST
DEY GOODS
In the City, go to the
Corner of Longworfo & Western-row.
Ino90-bw
A Fine Assortment of
Jf!
-fob- :,
Ladies, Gentlemen and Children,
AT
RICHARDSON'S,
IO WEST sV'OUBTH-ST., :
deeo BBTWEKN VIM AUD RACE.
Call on Richardson
For (Jentleiu'en's Furnishing Goods,
NO. 100 WEST FOURTH-BTBEET, UKTWICEN
tMe VINE AND RACK.
to .i;t a good shirt,
Mad l mAttre, leave your order with .
"FL iolar dson,
lOO WEST FOURTILST.,
deOo l)JtTWi.M VINE AND BACK.
WW
SPECIAL NOTICES.
.
'
On Fifth-stroet.
HUME A CO., OK THE
M.t. ii, iinttan. No. 104 Mnln-street,
. u . i , .11. Y ... n , fat- lliu afiim.
niffd&tfou of tbeir West End f atrene, at
No. 293 nest fifth-street,
Pouth eide, a few doors below .Western -row, where
tne same iinrivnieu aip., nwi aim vuwr... w.u-
hae eecured for them ao large a aliare of public pa
tronage on Maln-etrect, may tie always tonaa. neeu-
RUPTURE CUREDP.
fBMARSH, CORLISS A CO., No.
lr? ifWeat Fourth-otreet, Claelnnatl-GeDtle-
meu . iae Truest procareuci yuu bihu.
ago-for a patient for tbs radical can of Hernia, 1
in nappy 10 miorm jiru. nw ww wi.
santetl-ta sbort, taae effected a radlralojra.
lours truly, JAB. HfAX IB, . 1.
Fin pur, Ohio, Dept. 2, ItM.
Th Radical Cure Trustee, Shoulder Brawii. Sup
porters, Blantlc Stocfclnge, Busoeniorv buomm,
Apparatus lor umu ravL, uj- una., v.n
.nil nth.r rinfnrniitlM. ara marfa and aDDIlecl Of
Marnh. Corliss A Co.. No .1 Woat Fourth-Street,
touth side, opposite tbe High Steeple.
A competent lemaie to wait on lacuea. u..u
Orncs LiTn.a Miami Hailsoad Co.,'1
Cincinnati, Nov. a, 18.19.
THE ANNUA I. MEETING OP
l, Ntivkhnlil.rH of thin fomniinv will be
lialri at tliAnmei. nf the OomiMfcUV. In tti6 CltT Of Clll-
cinnatl, on TUESDAY, 27th Iecenibar, luat., for the
purpose of electing twelve Directors to serve the en
suing year, and for tbe transaction of snob other
buaineas aa may be presented. The polls will be
opened at 10 o'clock A. M. and close at 2 P. It. .
dettt D. 0. A. DAVENPORT, Treasurer.
THE LADIES' AID SOCIETY,
Inn with the Rathel tiabhatb
fccbooi, on the Piiblle Landing, will meet at tbe
effloeon rront.stret,even doors eat of Sycamore,
up alalra, THIS (Thursday) ATKBNOON at 2
o'cloek. All IntareetMl in clothing the destitute
c hildren of our otty are cordially Invited.
Orrics Of TBE Ohio aud Mississippi B. IS. 00 ,1
Cinolnnatl, November 31, WW. I
v3NOTICE.-FOR THECONVE-
rf.3 htknck of ahlnnora. tho Ohio and Missis-
iippi I Railroad Company bare established au Office at
No' 4 Publio Landing, wherethrough rato can be
obtained at all times on freights for 8t. Louis or
points beyond. a. kuuuh,
de7am General Freight Agent.
. HULL.
OU RS E OF LECTURES
-BY- 1
REV. H. W. BELLOWS,
r UPON TBS
" Science of Socicly."
first Lecture TH CR8DAT KVKNIKO, Dee. I,
"Conflict ol social Laws whd unman nature
and Christian Charity."
Second Leoture SATURDAY EVENING, Dee. 10,
"Sources of Social Evlli."
Third Lecture TDEBDAT EVENINO, Dec. 13,
"Utiterlons ot social rrogress.
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
UlDgle Tickets 2Sc. Admlenion to the three Wo.
tWT Doors open at 7 o'olock.
Lecture to commence
ut So clock.
deM
iTHAS BEEN DISCOVERED
AT LAST. The article tbat cures almost
without fail every species of eruptions of the face
bands, or other parts of the body. Is your face die
figured with pimples or an irritating eruption of any
kind; have you contracted that .most troublesome
dlseaee, Barber's Itch; are you troubled with Tetter
on the hands, or elsewhere; bare you any annoying,
irritating, itcblns, Inflamed eruption of any kind;
go at once and obtain a pamphlet describing the
effects of Palmer's Lotion, and giving an amount of
evidence in Its favor, that will put to rest all double
of Hsalfloaoyln the cure of all kinds of cutaneous
diseases. After becoming satisfied tbat the Lotion
la no humbug, procure a bottle and melt, and you
will be satisfied tbat tbe half has sot been said la Its
favor tbat might be.
Price 90 cents, or six bottles for f 2 M,
SOLON PALMKB, Agent.
uojO , No. 36 West Fourth-street.
oWviUti OV TBE PASSEN
GER RAILROAD buhtiha.
30MPANV OF OINOIN- XtltlftU
nail.o. w.ooruvroi imru
anil KtieA.iitrftAtA. Ortobtir.
T.m. i i-.lti.l.. W-fi - IXir-' --JVJ
li, IfW.-Tuf ruad Is now open. Cars will start,
st Intervals of ten tnlunlen, from 6:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrenue-atreet, and westward ou
Fonrth-strwt to Smllh, and on Filth-street to
Wood. C'llisons will pleane bear in mind that the
oars will invariably oross Interacting street before
stopping for passengers.
ncl'-tf JAMBS J. KOBBINH, President.
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DIS
COVERY is acknowledged by tho moat em-
nant physicians, and by the most careful druggist
throughout the II nited States, to bn tho most effectual
blood-purifier ever known, and to bare relieved mom
suffering, and effected more permanent ouren, than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
BaUHheum, Gryalpelaa, Scald-bead, near eruptions
of wbateoevur nnture, are cured by a few bottles, and
the system restored to full strength aud vigor. Full
and explicit directions for the cure of ulcerated sore
lags, and otliercorrupt arid running ulcers, Ih given In
tho pamphlet with each bottle. For sale by JOBN D.
PARS, STJIBH, ECKSTEIN A CO., and GEORUJO
M.DIXON. Price 81. eepl-ar
0M li R CHANTS PROM THE
QMSs? COUNTRY who villi Cincinnati should
nnt Call to purcbasaa few dozen FRANKLIN AL
MA HACK. The Franklin Ahnahao and Diary for
IM4 la meeting with an enormous snle. For sale, by
the elugle copy or by the ilo.ou, by B. V. 8ANFORD,
at bis publication office, up stairs, N. E. corner of
Fourth and Walout-etreeta. Price, single copy, ii
cents; $3 M per dozen. dezhw
Phrenological and Physiognomical
, EXAMINATIONS,
RP-WITH CHARTS AND DE-
tPCt? HCRIPTI0N8of Character, Indicating the
Occupation or Profession In life in which aeoh per
son may beat succeed and be moat useful and happy,
ujr ir. v. suajiba, no. iim jouriu-icreei. -
tnoslfintl
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
ASSIGNEES' SALE.
J, R. GARDINER'S
'.STOCK OF
Watches, Jewelry,
Notions and Auction Goods,
WILL BB BOLD AT COST PEIOK8.
Auctioneers, Peddlers aud Dealers are invited la
call and examine the Goods, at the old stand, (
154 Main-st.,
dec
Second door abota Fourth.
JS23eolEtl Bale
or-
fn Aiirii i ah. mi i iii n
I ;il 111 K ill Ml 111 I A
IWIUIU 11111 UlllllllJUf
CLOAK AND SHAWL EMPORIUM,
West Flftb-tret,
BETTY KEN MAIN AMD WALHOT. :
I shall after BPEC1AL BARGAINS lo CLOAK!
l the BEST MATERIALS and STTMS for tbe
next thirty daye. The Goads are new and of late
manufacture. Also in BU.AWL8 Broche,Lon and
Square, verf cheap. French Reversible, vary new
Bay Btate, extra good quality; Waterloo, Scotch
and other makes of Long 6hawli-all of nhlch will
be sold at prices to defy competition.
An anamination sod comparison is respectfully
solicited.
JOHN A. SMITH,
dSaiwod ' No. 2 1 Klft h . a i reel.
BONNKT31 BONNETS! BONNETS 1
Beantlfnl Bonnets at
No. 13 Wait Fil'tli-eli-eel.
daa J. A. HBSDJtBHuN.
j
NEW A.VEES
THIRD LAST
PURCHASE OF Tha?
' i .. i
DIIY GOODS CHBAf
FOR THI- -
MILLION,
-AT-
WEATHERBY'S,
No. 112 FIFTH-STREET,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS.
HAVING .JUST RETURNED 1'KOM
THE BAST, I have purchased an
ENORMOUS STOCK
OF
FALL AND WINTER
DRESS GOODS,
" .. --AT- , .
ALARMINGLY LOW MICES.
I now soliolt an examlnatlou of ths undsr-mea-
tlooed Goods, feellne confident that the prices
DEFY ALL COMPETITION.
Will open to-day,
Thursday, December 8.
2,000 Yards of Taney Silks,
At 37,f Cents per yard.
2,000 Yards of Fancy Silks,
At 00 Gents per yard. '
40PIECES
RICH PRINT KD
FRENCH MERINOES
At ACenls per yard.
EIGHTY PIKOES
ALL-WOOL FRENCH MERINOES,
Kvery Bhade, at so Cents per yard.
50 Pieces All-wool
Chintz Delaines!
At 86 Cents per yard.
3,000 Yds. French Valenciaa,
At lb Cents per yard.
500 pieces English Merinoes
At I2X Cents per yatd.
300 PIECES BEST QUALITY
ENGLISH MERINOES
i
AtlSOnta poryard.
200 pieces 1-1 French Chintzes,
AtiaX Cents verjaid.
Cloaks and Shawls!
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION,
AT
FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR
Holiday Presents!
-1N-
Laces,
Embroidories,
Collars,
SETS
Handkerchiefs,
' Hoods.
Nubies and
Fancy Goods Ghenerally,
Whlcb I have reduced lo prices ibat Vf ill suit all In
want of such articles. , .
Ladies', Gents' and Misses'
UNDERWEAR!
At less llina Mauufaotureri' prices.
Chas. S. Weatherby,
No. 113 Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACfE-STREETS.
IdeScJ .
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
I
!
WE ARE NOW OFFERING GREAT
BARGAINS
In Cloaks and Shawls
BLUK CLOTH HOIKS,
MADE IN A SIPKRIOR MANNER,
- . - ,i
saanaaaaaaaiasj ' I ' i i
' ' ' -: nil
Fashionable Styles
' fBOM f6-TO W5.tr r.t .;t
3 I JL A W L S
- At ptlces Mow tbe cost of InipoftalloD. ,
MISSES BA1HD,
119 WEST FOCnTH-STKEF.T, -
dviaw DE1WCKN VINE AMD liAUJC.
'
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS..
DELAiYD,
. A '( I y . '.r
i 'i 'U'i
Tl ' ' .
OOSSAGB&
CUTOER,
West jLourth-st.
FUR THK .HOLIDAYS!
EleRani rearl, Sandsl-wood Jrory F""fc lur '
Presents; ' . , .' ' "' ' ''
White and ColoredRld Glovesaf W f"'olog.
' ' 1 ' ' ' '
Housekeeping; boods
Linen and Cotton Sheetings end 7 wetinipi ; Table
Damask Covers; Napkins and DoyliS r'"" W
ere; Quilts, Bed Blanliels and Flsnnr-w-
. j . ... .( :
m a minii im A '. I JI 1
At 4 and $6, iroith $8 nd $lt.
Special Salss
IN fJHOlCB STYLUS OF
losiERY k xmnm.
Onr stock of Gents', Xadlca' and ChJIdriSxi's He-
siery and Underwear will be sold at reduced jiilcei. .
Opera Hood and iubies
CHEAP.
r 0lBnlt1eiit .baraaina In nil the fceau
tlful styles of (Silk and Woolen Dress Gooda,
Cloaka, Bhawla, ar will be offered la ths
nnkiin ihi'Auah tin month or lleceDiber,
DELAN1), (MiAGE & CUYLER
71 West roiirtli-Htrcrf .
OPP0B1TE TIKE'S' OPUBA-HOOSB.
tdeS-etidtfJ '
HOLIDAY
PRESENTS.
Silk,
JVIerinoe, .
Jlelainct,
Chintzes,
Embroideries, ,
', Cioakt,
ShairU,
' ' CslOTCS, ..
&c, &c.
JOHN S1I1LL1T0 & CO.,
101,108 &105.
de5av?2 West Foiuth-slr'et.
CLOAKS! CLOCKS!
' -r y i, ,' ,t
CLOAKS AND SJAWLS.
Turchasers are Invited tr t nimiue nijr stoct of
CLOAKS 11) SHAWLS:
As I am corlndent i caD Kll th,m ,
Twenty iive Per Cent.
Lower thsan ,'hcsa bouses tbat bave to make their
Expenses Exclusively by them
No. 80 Fifth-streol,
, - Three door SVnt of Vine-streei, f
deldwTh- ' ' riNOINNATl', OHIO,
B.
Y.
af'
o.
Ii.
A.
a
MEANS BUY YOUR COAL OIL AND
LAMP AT TAIiIiMADOK', 24 Vine-street.
- N, B. Lard 01 east fluid Lamns altered for bora.
lnCoalOil.f f. j ,1 ; :. daMT
TO 0U31 PATRONS
Vl-SITW 'WnilT.rt Rif TITiT rtlTfi" BTfini.-
of line Watch , Jewelrr and Silver Wareii
now full and complete. Thankfnl for the verv lib
eral and generona pa tronaire which bas been ex
tended to our establishment for more than twentv
flve yean, wa take tills method of invltihe our
friends, and tbe publio generally, to eontinne their
favors, feellne ourseWi in a -far beuer eondltioa
aow t han Jwrnerl)!, to -jloaae their most fastidious
We beg leave (o trail e&lentinii to a new article 1
iewelrv, made from tlae new metai Aluminnoi.
Drought from Paris br one of our Arm, who bsS
lately returned. i -At - .
-Oar stone is well suprlled with valuable arlieles,'
snltable for presents for bee apr,roachln; holldare.
iiw.iiiM. u..i.n,i'j aianiiiausory or tan
aw dih ji.jw ui(iiii. ana an we bow aeea
to keep up its yltalltv is pWly or oniera. Wa ate
prepared to fill the same vrlr'a dlapatcb, and we
kind
nono-aml
C. W. MACK(ELFRE8H,
Maafar jtnrer of
f1IN, 8HKBTIR0'5 AND ZINC WARE,
M. Baking and baidlit Powder Boa s. Tin Speak-
Ins Tulia, Houflng, and Sealers Id moves, Ko.
ruin-nireet, viuciuii.ii gunio.
00- All kinds of Job , Work promptly attended to.
WM. H. B ALDWIN, ATTORNEY
IXVOnVH elliLCR AT LAW and Maater
Oommhilnner of t',a Hnperlor an4 Centralis SUea
Ucmrta. Bank Bur jdtiig, north wost coiner of Mala
ad Tblrd-slreets. Bo

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