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THE PEESS.
AN DT W. f BAN01800. JOHN D. CALDVTTCLIi
SDtTOSS in rMPKlITOU. ,
ATVRDAY..
...DKGKMBKH. 10
The News.
OoKOBiBsioniL. The Senate ' was not in
session yesterday. In' the Home the inembert
of Congress, before organisation, are training
tneir men ol musolo ana men 01 spins icr
flebts on the floor after a Speaker le elected,
The Helper book was not so aUraetiv a dish
veatavdav. Tha rharae made attainst Horace
Graelev hv Mr. KelloM," a Republican of
Illinois which Greeley has denied called
eat Mr. Logan, of Missouri, a Douglas Dem
nnl. who insinuated that KelioMt was I
"shirking spaniel." . Kellogg made a pass at
his colleague, but actual collision did not
take pleoe. A previous personal war of words
bad well nigh provoked a duel between
American Nelson, of Tennessee, and Demo
crat Prior, ol Virefhia. We hope all the
nartlaa faal batter after their SCOld.
There have boon but three ballots, as yet,
for Speaker. Only one vote was taken yester
day Sheman received nil witnin six votes
of election. Hickman pressed the plurality
rule, bat the House adjourned without further
action. Brown's Hotel, at Washington City,
was on Are, creating alarm among the mem
bers and others, but no serious mischief was
done.
Pirsokai,. Mr. Morton, of this city, has
been adjudged the full amount of his salary
for the season, as be oontraoted with Mr. Bates,
of the National. Judge Douglas has denied
the charge of complicity with Greeley as al
leged by Kellogg. Professor Tiltoon, of Co
lumbia Collego, N. T., has been appointed
Librarian of the Patent Office vice Mr. Tur
ner, deceased. A lad, son of- Mr. Leonard,
editor of the Aryut, at Norfolk, Virginia, was
found dead in his bed, having been stabbed.
Mr. Preston, of Ky., Minister at Madrid,
returned to the United States by the Perria.
Mr. John C. Breckinridge, Vice-PreBident of
the United States, is the Demooratio causes
nominee of the Legislature of Kentucky, for
United States Senator, to succeed Mr. Crit
tenden, and will no doubt be elected to-day.
Two additional aids to the Governor of
Kentuoky have been commissioned as Colonels,
a Frank Brown, of Bourbon, and E. Arnold,
of Owens. Samuel Cowell, oomedian, has
parted with his friendB in Edinburgh, Scotland,
and returns to America to appear again on the
stage. ' '
Tenth of December—The Union Forever.
;"
On the tenth of December, 1832, General
JiCusoK, President of the United States, issued
his proclamation against nullification and
Secession. On this twonty-seventh anniver
sary of that eventful day, when withdrawal
from the Union is lllppantly spoken of, it is
well to remind Disuelonists how Jackson
talked.
The Executive urged that "each State
having expressly parted with so many power)
as to constitute jointly with the other States, a
single nation can not from that period pos
sess any right to secede, because such seces
sion does not break a league but dostoys the
unity of a nation, and any injury to that
unity is not only a breach which would result
from the contravention of a compact, but it
an offence against the whole Union. To say
that any State may at pleasure secede from the
Union, is to say that the United States are not
a nation, because it would be a solecism to
contend that any part of a nation might dis
solve its connection with the other part, to
their injury or ruin, without committing any
offence. Secession, like any other revolution
ary act, may be morally justified by the ex
tremity of oppression ; but to oall it a Consti
tutional right, is confounding the meaning of
terms, and can only be done through gross
error, or to deceive those who are willing to
assert s right, but would pause before thoy
made a revolution, or incur the penalties con
sequent upon a failure." '
The Union niUBt and will be preserved, in
spite of extremists North or South.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
EXCITING TIME IN THE HOUSE.
WASHINGTON, December 9.
The Senate is not in session to-day, having
adjourned over till Monday.
HOL'SJS. Mr. Morris, of III., rising to a
privileged question, caused to be read from
the orhcial report the remarks of Mr. Kellogg,
of 111., that two years ago Mr. Greeley was
planning and scheming with Mr. Douglas in
the parlor of the latter, to re-elect him to the
Senate by selling oat the politics of Illinois.
Mr. Morris also caused to be read Mr. Gree
ley's publication, denying the truth of the
charge and, while detesting the Douglas doc
trines, admired his pluck.
Mr. Kellogg replied that but for the fact
that he had been personally assailed in an
infamous artiole in the Tribune, he would not
have said a word, as be was anxious for the
organiiation of the House. He said that
Horace Greeley and Judge Douglas had been
put on trial, and he should hereafter prosecute
the issue.
Mr. Clarke, of Missouri, was called out by a
remark of Mr. Kellogg that a report had pre
vailed that, according to an arrangement, the
Missouri Senatorship was to be given to Mr.
Blair. He believed this oharge against Judge
Douglas was a falsehood, but he did not attach
Importance to the statement of Mr. Greeley,
whom he believed to be a thief of character,
and nnwortby the notice of a gentleman,
either in or out of Congress.
Mr. Kellogg repeated that as an issue
had been made he wonld meet it fairly. He
disclaimed having made an attack on Judge
Douglas; he dealt with Mr. Greeley alone.
M r. Logan, of 111., said that the charge was
made to injure Judge Douglas, who is the can
didate for the Presidency of the great North
west. An effort was made to depredate Judge
Douglas in the estimation of the South by
assooiating bim with Mr. Greeley. From this
time he would never again notice his col
league, who shirks from the responsibility of
bringing forward proofs in support of his
oharge. When he (Logan) made a oharge in
the Legislature of Illinois and was called for
proof, he did not, like a spaniel, slinks in the
corner. .
" At 'this point Mr. Kellogg, who was sitting
near Mr. Logan, deliberately advanoed to
ward him as if with a hostile intention, and
Mr. Logan percoiving - the movement, put
himself In theattitudeof eombat. The mem
bers at once sprung to the scene, some seizing
Mr. Logan and others restraining Mr. Kellogg,
amid the greatest excitement, members all
over the hall In agitation. The Clerk, amid
the din and stirring events, loudly called for
order and requested gentlemen to take their
seats. Soen the two Illinois gentlemen were
widely seperated. Mr. Logan resuming, said
he was perfectly cool. Mr. Morris, of Perm.,
nailed for the Bergeint-at-Arma, and order
was finally restored.
Mr. Tylor, of La,, said that the time for
such proceedings should cease. Applause.
The time has arrived when this species of dis
cussion, which could lead to nothing bat vio
lence, should terminate and the representatives
of the people should proceed to the election
quietly and with dignity. They should have
some competent person to preserve order.
Mr. Logan said that he had yielded tha
Moor only for a moment. Gentlemen need
have ne apprehension of a difficulty between
hie colleague and himself. Hisses.
Mr, Taylor said that the House sbonld first
be organized, and then there would be an op
portunity to discuss all these matters in order.
The interruption just quieted would have ter
minated in a permanent interruption, and per
haps in an adjournment, if it had not been for
the Interposition of the respective friends of
the gentleman from Illinois. Applause.
Mr. Logan remarked if he was to be hissed
he would merely say be bad as many rights
hereto bo respected as any one else. Applause.
Mr.' Ban said that applause should oease by
clearing the galleries.
Mr. Grow hoped they would first stop it on
thefloor. . .. -. ii .
Mr. Logan resumed Heeulogised the high
character of Mr. Douglas, and pronounoed the
charge against him as raise in every respect.
Mr. MoClernand produced a letter from
Judge Douglas, who branded the oharge as
false. . ,
M. Logan commented on the action of the
Republican party la .Illinois in terms oi re
Drobatlon. He alluded to the fact that in
Chioas-o a meetinc bad been held svmpatbiz
ine with John Brown. No Republican
raised his voice ssalnst it. In conclusion, he
addressed a few remarks to the Anti-Lecomp-ton
Democrats, urging them to aot with the
Democratic party and let past issues be hurried
into oblivion.
Mr. Clark, of New York-Will the gentle
man inform us whether he approves the Ter
ritorial polioy of the present Administration.
Mr. Logan 1 repeat, let us past issues
sleep In oblivion. You know the position
taken bv Mr. Donslas in Illinois, and you
know he was triumphantly elected; that is
eneugh.
Mr. Clark Will the Demooratio nominee
for Sneaker, if eleoted, so organise the com
mittees that Kansas shall be admitted without
restriction?
Mr. Logan I never asked him that ques
tion: it never entered into my mind. I have
entire confidence in the Demooratio nominee.
Mr. Haskins inquired whether, in oase the
Charleston Convention should adopt a plat
form in opposition to the views of Mr. Doug
las, as expressed in his essay published in
Barper'i Magazine; and if that Convention ap
proved and indorsed the conduct of this Ad
ministration as well with regard to its Kansas
polioy as all other matters, he would support
the nominee of that Convention 1
Mr. Logan replied he was about twenty-
eight years old, and had lived long enough to
discover that the Democratic party never does
wrong. Laughter. He had never known
the Democratic party in Convention to indorse
a platform that was not consistent with his
views; having that confidence, he wonld not
anticipate what they might do, but would say
ne would vote lor tne nominee or that Con
vention anyhow. Expressions of delight on
the Democratic side.
Mr. Haskins I will ask another Question:
does the gentleman believe that the territorial
Legislature of Kansas could exclnde slavery
or abolish it
Mr. Logan I profess to be a Democrat,
neither Lecompton nor Anti-Lecompton. as I
have said. I have buried all old party issues,
and, ignoring those issues, I claim to be a
Demoorat. I am for Stephen A. Douglas for
President of the United States, first, last and
all the time. If he is not nominated, I am
for the man who is nominated. Applause.
Mr. Haskins asked whether he would sus
tain the nominee of the platform resolved to
protect slavery in the Territories.
Mr. Logan Wait till the Demooratio plat
form does that, and I will tell you,
Mr. Haskins said at the last Congress the
Republican members put themselves aauarely
on an Anti-Lecompton platform. He was in
lavor or organizing tne House, and bad dis
approved of all this rambling debate. He
held in perfeot abhorrence the appeals made
to him to come and support those who
support the infamous policy of this Adminis
tration with reference to the admission of
Kansas. He would never vote for any man
for Speaker who voted for the Lecompton
policy of the Administration, or who approves
its corrupt action, its proscription as well in
Illinois as elsewhere. Mr. Haskins, in reply
to tbe question whether he would voto for a
Republican candidate, said that he would vote
far any gentleman on this side of the House
who comes nearer my platform than the gen
tleman on the other side, who voted for the
Lecompton Constitution. I say, further ,I will
do all in my power to prevent the organiza
tion of this House by the eleotion of the Ad
ministration candidate.
Mr. Logan said he came here a Demoorat
and expected to support a Demoorat. He had
differed from childhood with the Republicans
and would never affiliate with them.
Mr. Haskins If this Republican aide of the
House affiliate with me I shall be most happy
to receive their support. I came here an in
dependent man, with no collar around my
neck. If tbe Republicans put themselves on
the popular sovereignty doctrine, whioh I be
lieve in, opposing the infamous extravagance
and gross corruption of this Administration, I
would sooner go with them than those who go
with the gentlemen of the South in supporting a
fraudulent constitution for the purpose of
bringing a slave State into the Union.
Mr. Florence said he would take ocoasion
another time to answer his friend in regard to
the corruptions of the Administration, of
whioh he had spoken.
Mr. Stanton obtained the floor, but was
willing to yield it if the House desired to pro
ceed immediately to the eleotion of a Speaker,
provided he could subsequently have the floor.
Mr. Winslow, with that view, moved the
House proceed to the eleotion of Speaker.
Agreed. Result whole number of votes given
231; necessary to a choice, 116: Sherman, 110;
Booock, 83; Gilmer, 20; scattering, 13.
Mr. Hickman offered a resolution for the
adoption of the plurality rule, which was de
clared out ot order.
Mr. Winslow now moved an adjournment
until Monday, negatived by 25 majority.
A motion to adjourn until to-morrow was
lost by the same vote.
Mr. Hickman again attempted to offer his
resolution.
Adjourned at twenty minutes past four.
Washington Items.
Washington, December 9. Only a proof
copy ot tne rasuient's .Message has yet been
printed, and that is in hie own possession.
It is said that the Democratic Senators were
in conference this afternoon to arrange the
standing committees. They will be nearly
the same as those of last session, and will
1 X 1 . l.J 1 .. .. . I
nave to ne votea on ny me senate.
. Mr. Hiokman will again 'endeavor to-morrow
to press the adoption of the plurality
rule to effect the election of a Speaker. At
this stage of the proceedings there does not
seem to be any prospect of its adoption, as the
opponents of Sherman will vigorously resist
its introduction.
The Commissioner of Patents has appointed
Prof. Tillson, of Columbia College, in this dis
trict, Librarian of the Patent Oflioe, vice Tur
ner, deceased.
Brown's Hotel was slightly damaged to
night, owing to a defective flue. - At one time
the whole building was considered in immi
nent danger. There was an exoiting time
among the members and other guests, the lar
ger part of whom had their baggage removed,
but afterward returned to their quarters.
Fire at Boston.
New York, December 9. The piano-forte
factory on Wooster-street, belonging to the
Messrs. Bradbury, was destroyed by tire this
morning, together with a large stock of pianos
and materials. Loss $125,000; insured for
$40,000. The building was owned by Henry
Bonner, and was fully Insured. At noon the
rear wall fell, and it is feared that several fire
men wereburledintheruins.
Murder.
Norfolk, Va., December 9. Virginius, a
ion of Mr. Leonard, the editor of the Argiu,
eleven years of age, was found murdered to
night in his room at the National Hotel. A
deep stab had been made in his neck. Great
exoltement exists, but no arrest have been
made.
Personal.
New York, December 9. Hon. Mr. Preston,
U. S. Minister to Spain, and Baron Rothschild
are among the passengers by the JPertia.
Boston, December 9. The jury in the case
of Cochran vs. Perry, for the seduction of the
former's wife, has awarded him $3,000 dam
ages. Mr. Cochran has transferred the amount
to the Heme for the Fallen.
From New York.
Nsw You, December 9. The Canal Com
missioners have resolved to close the Canals
ontheiathinit. ,
HOME INTEREST.
' pf A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry, No. Ml and 871 Western-row.
pS Usi Howe's Cocoa Cahdt For sale
by Jobs D. Park, corner of fourth and Walunt.
9For Christmas Presents go to Albert
Bon's, south-west corner of Eighth-street and West
ern-row. . .
pST Who would not send a friend a Pic
ture, when they can be bad for tea eeute each, at 8
West fourth-street. - .... ,. .. .
Djiffuerreaa Gallerv.' south-went eor.
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hennafbrd's
drus-atore. Pictures Uk.n and nt in mod cues
for twenty cents. Warranted to please. . .
1SB" CeiiP Hath IT ihhart A Dm. kin
on band and make to order neat-fitting Hats at the
nnequaled price of $1. Go to Mo. no West Fifth-
street and get one.
ffiOsi TJoi.i.ir Pnnf nnmpm -Vnr a su
perior Photograph go to Dewey A Co., No. 112 West
Fifth-street. They are large, well executed, neatly
framed and finished, at illy II. Drop In and ex
amine specimens.
Fasbionabli Hats. Those in want of
a fashionable Hat or Cap can get a good and cheap
article by going to Hendley'a, 202 Firth-street, near
Western-row. Qo and get one.
Fhiil Sc MoGoisi. For superior
Clothing we recommend the above Merchant Tailors,
of No. 234 Walnut street, as they never tail render
ing entire satisfaction to any wne patronize them.
Their stock is large and varied and the material of
the best quality, (lire them a trial.
FasBIONabli DgtPgRS. It is a well-
established fact thatSprague A Co., furnish tbe beat
Clothing In the city. If you want a drees or over
coat go to their store and yon will be suited. lf In
want of "unmentionables," you cau get them of the
beet quality at Spragne A Co.'s; In fact, any article
of Gents' or Boys' Clothing can be had there.
DIED.
IJ T-i'T- i . v. : 1 m. A Aql.H.
day evening, 8th inst., at 7 o clock, aire. Mary Bruce,
relict of the late Rev. Wm. Bruce, in the 73d year of
ner age.
Funeral service at the Bantlst Church, iu Cheviot.
on Sunday at 10M A. M. Carriages will leave the res
idence of her son, B. Bruce, No. 276 Race-street, near
Seventh, at 9 o'clock, to convey friends to the fu
neral. Friends of the family are invited to attend. '
FOB TUB CHEAPEST
DRY GOODS
In the City, go to the ',.
Corner of Longworth & Western-row.
lno30-bw
FOR THE CHEAPEST
HATS, CAPS & FURS
in tne city, go to
Hendley's,
deiobw Fifth-street, near Western-row.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Tlie Oiie-seani Cap. A very neat,
new siyie, lor loutus anu xoung aion.
DODD fc CO.,
Hatters and Furriers,
deintf 144 Main-street,
Our Moleaklu Silk Hat For style
anu quality, as a genteel Dress Hat, can
not be beat in the world. DODD Sc CO.,
Hatters and Furriers, -deiotf
, 144 Main-street.
Silver-plated Cake-baskets, at
is each: alio, some beautiful German Silver
Uake-basketa, heavily plated, and at low prices, can
be found at Huntington's, 119 Main-street. delOa
QhgBoys' Sleighs, or Sleds, well sea-
IWV soneo ana very strong and light, at tbe re
duced price of fl 26 each, for sale at Huntington's,
un juaiu-auvHL. aulua
Silver-plated Forks and Spoons.
Lr of an peri or quality and rery hear? plate,
Dm1 "HimtiDSton. A 1:" alto. Ovatr and Hnnn
utiuipg, rifmifWi at;, i m ny jkaiu-tureet. aeiiA
Coil Vses, Pl&ttvwarmerf, "Waffle-
Ironi. ChftffintT DIhtim. OoffM and Tm ITi-tia
ftal Hods. Btecl Fire-seta. Bronze Fire-ntAudfl. Ac..
J"" wa. a ejMMUMBmia sag maiu-py, UOllSB
ilia Huulwaii a UiiKllnnInn'. I in MA1.. J I
fS French China Vases, of new and
IPtSr beautiful styles; Bohemian Colognes and
Toilet SrU, fine cut (J oil eta, ChampagnMand Winea,
recelvjTttt Huntington's, 119 Main-t. deloa
White and Gold Band China
Dfonitr. Tea and TnilAt Ants: aim. Plat
Uol)re, Tea, to , aeparate from foil seta, can be had
House Furnishing Goods, in great
variety, at low slices, can ha had at Unni.
ingion , iia aiain-iireei. aeioa
Spalding' Prepared Glue can be
A TEMPEBANCE EXPERI
ENCE and Praver Mnetinu will ho hold
at me Melodfon Ball, comer Fourth and Walnut,
on SABBATH AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock. The
friends of temperance, both male and female, are
cordially invited to be present and participate in the
exercivee. an iniereecing mealing is expected.
Ky order of the Committee. delOa
HOME TESTIMONIAL.
? .lit'KSONTOWM, Licking County. Ohio. Au
gust 15, 18M.-Dr. O. W, ROBica: Dear 8lr-Thl
may eertify that my wire, during the last summer,
was afflicted with Dyspepsia, nhe, in the spring
last, procured some of your Scandinavian Kemedlee
aud used them aa directed, and tbey cured her en
tirely. Betpeolfully yours, HEN BY HAUPT.
For sale at No. 6 Kat Fourth-street, and by dealers
In medicine through the country. . ,ielu
RUPTURE CURED.
MARSH, CORLISS & CO., No.
" - " na. -waaaa.M-oi.aiio, VI ISivlU UiP UVUll)-
wiu, luoiniwi pivouiwi Ul you ions IWO 6418
B L " yjei.-u. uj tun a-nHiiwBi cutw oi norma I
am happy to inform yon, has done all that waa rDre-
swnliwi In hnrt hasi t,ffaiA sa wnll -r.
Tours truly, JA8. BPAVTH, M.D. ,
FiMM,SY,0hlo,Bept.2, 1859. . ,
The Radical Cure Trasses, Sbonlder Braces, Sup.
porters, Elastic Stockings. Snenensory Bandages.
Apparatus for Olnb Feet, Bow Lega, Curved Spine
and other doformities, are mads and applied br
Harsh, Corliss 4 Co., No 5 West Fonrth-street.
south side, opposite the H igh Steeple. '
A competent female to wait on ladies. defto
MERCHANTS PROM THE
ftftTTWPDV m.Ka !. I . it . . . ,
not tali to purchase a few dozen Flia.NKr.TM at..
MAHAUg. The Franklin Almanac and Diary for
1860 la meeting with an enormous sale. For sale, by
the single copy or by the dozen, by B, F. SANFORD.
at his publication office, up stairs, K. X. corner of
Fourth and Walnut-streets. Price, single copy, 26
cents i 12 16 per dozen. debw
OFFICE OF TBE PA88EN-
niRnui.gnin
COMPANY OF CINCIN
NATI. H. W. mmer of Third
15, lBW.-This road is now open. Cars will start
?S ""ST!"!.0' ,en "'nntea.rrom MO A? V nn.
til midnight, rnnnlng eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence-street, and weetwardTn
S?!11''' t0,?.m' b" nd 00 Fiftn-street to
Wood. Citiaens will please bear in mind that the
cars will invariably cross interacting street before
stopping for passengers.
oclt-tf JAMK8 J. BOBBIHI. President.
fff IT HAS BEEN DISCOVERED
V5P AT LAST. The article that cores almost
without fall every species of eruptions of the face
hands, or other parte of tha body. Is yonr bee dis
figured with pimples or an irritating eruption of any
kind; have yon contracted that most troublesome
diseass, Barber's Itch; are you troubled with Tetter
on the hands, or elsewhere; have you any annoying,
Irritating, itching, inflamed eruption of any kind;
go at once and obtain a pamphlet describing the
effects of Palmer's Lotion, and giving an amount of
svidence In Its favor, that will pnt to rest all donbts
of Its efficacy In the euro of all kinds of cutaneous
diseases. After becoming satisfied that the Lotion
is no humbug, procure a bottle and nse It, and yon
will be satiated that tha half has not been ssld In its
tavor that might be.
Price SO cents, or six bottle for I J SO.
BOLOM FALktlB, Aaent,
W No. M West Fourth -street.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Orrios Lrarta Uiami Bailboid Co.,
uincinnail, wot. zv, imv,
THE ANNUAL MEETING
tha Stockholders of this Oomsanv will b
ti)d At it, Aftti-A at the Obmnanv. in the citv of Ola.
clnnatl, on TDK8DAY, 27th December, init., for the
purpose of electing twelve Directors to serve the en
suing year, and for the transaction of such other
business a may be presented. Tha polls will be
opened at 10 o'clock A.M. and close at 2 P. M.
By order of the President.
deStt D. O. A. DAVENPORT, Treasurer.
' Ornos or tie Ohio asd Mississippi B. R. Co., 1 -,
Cincinnati, November 21, 18M. J
ft9aNOTICE-FOR THE CONVE
VtJr NIBNCK of shippers, the Ohio and Missis
sTppiRallroad Company have eetabllabed an Office at
No. 46 Public Landing, wher through rates can be
obtained at all times on freights for St. Louis or
points beyond. , T. LODGH,
de7am General Freight Agent. -
Phrenological and Physiognomical
EXAMINATIONS
fjaWITH CHARTS AND DE-
fpeJr 8CRIPTION8 of Character, Indlcat tag the
Occupation or Profession in life In which eeflh per
son may best succeed and be most useful and happy,
by Dr. 0. BUAK8A, No. 104 Fonrth-etreet.
inositol)
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Assignee's Sale!
GREAT BARGAINS!
S10,000 IN
CLOAKS!
$10,000 izx
MOIIRMM GOODS
$10,000 In
Dress Trimmings!
Comprising the entire stook of 0. Lewis, at tbe
Bazaar, directly opposite the PostoBice. Recollect,
they
MUST BE SOLD!
delOain H. O. GILBERT, Assignee.
Christmas Presents!
BUY
HDD, WEBSTER & CO.'S
First Premium
Sewing Machines,
WHICH, F0s DURABILITY, BEAUTY
and simplicity of construction and efficiency
in working, are uneeunled by auy,
delotjel 8 West Fonrth-street.
MAKE8 AND REPAIRS ARIFIOIAI
LIMBS in a superior manner. Satisfactory
references given. Address No. I, Sycamore-street,
corner of Front, delO
J. C. TOWERS & CO.
HOLIDAY HAT !
TEE LATEST STYLEI
NO. 149 MAIN-STBIKT,
One door below Fourth.
delO .
MADAME DICKS,
CLAIRVOYANT AND HEALING MEDI-UM-Haa
removed to No. 2S3 Sixth-street, Ave
doore west of Westeru-row, sooth side. delod
BO N N E T 81 B0HNET8I VERY
beautiful and cheap. Please call an examine
our assortment at
, . No. 18 West Flfth-etreet. '
delOee J. A. HBNDKBSOH.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
I
!
WE ARE MOW OFFERING GREAT
BARG-AINS
In Cloaks and Shawls
BUCK CLOTH CLOAKS
MADE IN A SUPERIOR MANNER.
Fashionable Styles
FROM 90 TO 935.
At pricet below th coat of Importation.
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MISSES BAIRD,
c nafli w uaj si a n-s a tisuw I , ,
eeSaw BETWEEN VINBI AND RACK.
Get tbe Illustrated Paper.
They contain, this week, the foils wing Pictures :
The IiKSitlon of John Brown -
John Brown Taking Leave of his Comrades ;
The Night Before the Execution ;
The Bible Presented to Mr. Blessing, of Bait.
Brown Dismissing the Minister ; -' .
Brown's Autograph ;
Portrait of rown's Wife; i
Portrait of the Special Artist, Dr. Bawling.
The Picket Guard on Duty ;
Portrait of Washington Irving. .
Full and authentic Reports la Laalla'a p......i
the New York News. i .
HARPER'S WEEKLY
Haa ao views of Harnera rim. W
Interesting Pictures, and all ths News of the Week
Ooples enough of all the Pictorials ta annnt ti
world "and the net of mankind" at th. - .
Hwi SUnd of Church, "" '
o.b - urnsi txi potToinoi,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
DELAND, 7
GOSSAGE &
CUYLER,
"West iFourth.-st.
I
FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Elegant Pearl, Sandal-wood and Ivory Fans, for
Presents;
White and Colored Kid Gloves at 75 cents, forerening.
Housekeeping Goods
linen and Cotton Sheetings and Towellngs ; Table
Damask Covers ; Napkins and Doylies ; Piano Cov
ers; Quilts, Bed Blankets and Flannels. . i
LADIES' CLOAKS,
. At 15 and f, worth $S and $10. '
... - i
Special Sales
. IN CHOICE STYLES OF ,. '
HOSIERY & DiDEBMlR.
Our stock of Gents', Ladles' and Children's Ho
siery and Underwear will be sold at reduced prices.
Opera Hoods and IVubies
CHEAP. -;
MT Magnllleent bargains In all the bean'
tlful etyloa ol Milk and Woolen Drees Goods,
Cloaks, Hhawls, &c, will be otlered to the
public through the month of Deeember. 1
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLEB,
74 West Fourth-street.
0PP0S1TB PIKE'B OPEBA-H0U8I. ,
' tdeg-oodtfl ;
HOLIDAY
PRESENTS .
Silks,
ITIerinoes,
Delaine,'
Chintzes,
Embroideries, :
V Cloaks, ' - j (
'V Shawls,; : '". J ' );
Gloves,
JOIK SIIIIIITO k. CO,
101,103 & 105
de5aw2p
West Fourth-street.
Sreolfi,l Sale
OF
IJUiUYO 1IW MAW
-AT MB- ' V " : r" '
CLOAK AND SHAWL EMP0R!iJM,
. West FIftlirstreet,
, BETWEEN MAIN AND WALUDT 1
, I shall offer SPECIAL P.ARGAINB In CLOAKS
of the BEST MATEP;aIl8:Md STYLES for tbe
next thirty day , Tae Goods are new and of late
mannfactn A,B0 , SHAWLS Broche, Long and
8urj, very cheap. French Reversible, very new ;
ay State, extra good quality) Waterloo, Scotch
and other makes of Long Shawls-all of which will
be sold at prices to defy competition, ' y
An examination and comparison is respectfully
solicited. , a .. .' ' '
JOHN A. SMITH, ,
degaweod ' No. 23 Fifth-street. '
144 Walnut-sJreet, below Fourili,
HAS THE BEST' ASSORTMENT OP
IINK FUBB In the city, purchased low, and
will be sold reasonably., . t ... .... ,
HUDSON BAY SABLE,
A genuine article, surpass anything ever offered la
this market. Gentleman will find a beautiful Qo.
Iday Bat, just the thing for making Mew Teat's
calls. RAKRB.
de9tJa!2p '' ' 1 144 Walnn-stra '
'. FIK.R AND MAHINB.
Eagle InsuranoQ Corc-Dariv
OF CIMCINM1T'. usxjr,
OF CI NCI N NAT'.
1 m a n n vnr ' '
8. W. BIIDEB, Sacrefan. """N. President.
Dibectobs Henry Keuler, (1, ' - m
Wood, J. W. Oarrfson, Sasnw-.f? fi!1 W
Townlay. Smith Betta. . H. Taft, torge W,
n rrw,;V.nd David Baker. de9av
WITCH & JEWELRY nop
left 1 an .&
w ve-esi jj'ourtu street :
Biadp" U h ,ttloI 'rtal,' to the
n ever before been offered In this market. '
. hi vl US A CALL ,
aim swrej VtyaWlTejsj, .
WM. WHITAKen r
' l BWEIiBE. " ' - ' "
Ho. M . -,Oor. fifth and LeNm'tal k..-.
. , Walnnt and Vine, OhSlnnaS. D,tw,
BEGGS SMITH, Ko. 8 Wf Mt4th8t.
AM NOW EECMVINfl ADD mOTSB 10
their large assortment of Hs At. T . u
BIlTarwar and biauTouS. " "i Jewelry,
' k oassAmfrsns t -u'l ,
' 'AUQ ess r --n
s el vast sMtSBAetBsauft af Bi.a-A ssa
and OrTaiuS." " WH Ootlerjr
VS1I,IJAM OI8BIBY,ATTfiiwvv
street.
iltpo-ar
NEW ADVEETISEMKNTS
TO "OTO PATRONS'
jnn.S...- ... ...; s
Wl WOUED'tUY THAT OUB BTOCE
of One Watches, Jewelrr and Silver Ware
now full and complete. Thankful for the very lib
oral and generous patronage which baa baen ex
tended to our establishment for more than twenty,
are years, we take this method of Inviting our
friends, and the public generally, to continue their
favors, feeling ourselves In a far better condition
now than formerly, to please their most fastidious
tansies. - i , ..
Vim baa leave to call attention to a n artll.
Jewelry, made from tbe new metal. Alnmlnnnt.
brought from Paris by one of onr nrm, who his
Our store Is well supplied with valuable article,
suitable for presents for the approaching holldars.
The damage to onr Silver.ware Vanulhciory by the
late Are is now fully repaired, and all we now need
to keep np its .vitality Is plenty of orders. We are
prepared to. Oil the same with dispatch, and we
promise full satisfaction to all who may please to
favor ns with their calls.
E. O. KIN SET, 24 West Fifth-street.
The highest price paid for old Silver Coin of all
kinds. poao-amf
THIRD AND LAST
PURCHASE OF THE SEASON.
DRY GOODS CHEAP
-f OB THS
-AT-
WEATflEUBY;'S3
No. 112 FIFTH-STREET,
BETWEEN VINE AND RAOE-STREETU.
HAVING JUST RETURNED FROM
THE BAST, I have purchased an
ENORMOUS STOCK
j" OS1 ' '' '' ' - :'..
FALL AND WINTER
DRESS GOODS,
ALARMINGLY LOW PRICES.
' I now solicit an examination of the nndsr-msao
Honed Goods, feeling confident that the prices
DEFY ALL COllITIaTmON.
Will open to-day,, , ;
Thursday, Det ember 8.
2,000 Yards of Fancy Silks,
i At 37X Cents per yard. '
2,000 Yards of Panoy Silks,
AtWOenUperyard. ' ''
40:P I10 E S
RICH PRINTED
FRENCH MERINOES,
AteaCntaperyard,
. . , i - - .
EIGHTY PIECES
ALL-WOOL FRENCH MERINOES,
' ' IveryBhadeatKITWapWynrd,
IV 50 Pieces All-wool
CblQtz Delaines!
AtMOentsperyard.
3,000 Yds French Valencias;
L J. i. At is Cents per yard. n
500 pieces English Merinoes,
.);).: tl2iOento per yard.
300 PKCE8 BE8T QUALITY
ENGLISH MERINOES
At IB Cents pet yard.'- , ,
200 pieces 44 French Chintzes,
At 12X Cent per yard.
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Cloaks and Shawls!
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
AT
FIFIT CENTS OH THE SOIUB.
DolWay;, Presents!
-IN-
Laces, HA
Embroideries,
CoHtars,
' SETS
nandkercMefa, ,. , .,
, , . u Hoods,
Nubied And
Fanoy Goods Generalljy,
Which I have redoood to Vricss that vfiU sjvsjtt all In
want of such articles.
LadiesV Gents' 'trtWssBf
UNDERWEAR!
i m O AtlMi than Mnofotwrr price.
r N. Fifth-atreet,
XttVam VINE A5D BACK-STREETS.
V.' MACKELFREOH,
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UJUsaajiHaesavsjBur0r 01 '
TIN. SHIBT-IRON AND ZIO WABE,
Baking and Beldllts Powder Box . Tin Speak
InirTnbe, Koofino, and Dealers ia'adlm iV
Flftn-street, Oinolnnatl, Ohio. Btof ss,
sw AU kinds of 'pdJjjk pro, attended to.
PHffiNU INSURANCE COMPANY,
.aj ' " Hartford, Cv aecticttt
Capital, $400,000. .jaetm, 847T31i
(- . Devoted to lire, i eielnslvely.
Vae.. Jr . OtiASSTOBD, Asent.,
nS30-amf ffl West . Thlrdtreet, Oinolnnatl.
ORIENTAL EXCHANGE,
HE CNDIBS .GNED.HAVlNQ KIIIT
Tin th salcx ;S.. .z' iL.r
' oell Oysters I
im
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EASTWOOD SA8CHOTs

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