AND! W. JBANCI800. JOHN 0. C AID WILL
.' diio ad ftoran T"m. '
South Carolina Again Threatens Secession.
Mis Committee onfettefal Relations In the
LeUtai of South' Carolina, ar our brief
dispatches' show, has reoommendsd the pai
saga of resolutions re affirming the position of
South Carolina deolarlng the light to aeoede
from the Union, and that the people should
make common oaate to imUinhor vindication
of the institutions of the South. The oom
mlttee also reoommended that the military
contingent fund be increased to $100,000.
We supposed that Carolina had beeorae eatb
fled with a similar projeot in 1832. TTe tap
pose, now, If ihe enter! into a contest with the
General Government It will oott her more than
$100,000; ; , , : :
MADISON'S OPINION ON SECESSION.
Madison thus expressed himself in 1832:
"If one State can at-will withdraw from the
other, the others oan at will withdraw from
her, and turn her noUntm noltnttm oat of the
Union. Until of late there is not a State that
would hare abhorred auoh a dootrlne more
than South Carolina, or more dreaded an ap
plication of it to herself. The same may be
aid ef nnllilcation, whloh she now preaohes
as the only faith by whloh the Union can be
tared. , ' ' ' "
"A seceding State mutilates the domain
and disturbs the whole system from whloh it
separates itself. Pushed to the extent In
whioh the right is . sometimes asserted, it
might break Into fragments every single community."
HENRY CLAY ON DISUNION.
The great Kentucklan, when addressing our
fathers of Oinoinnati, in the old Appollonian
Garden, In 1830, announoed this dootrlne :
"The State collectively may interpose their
authority to eheok the evil of federal usurpa
tion. TAoy may dissolve the Union. They
may alter at pleasure, the character to the
Conatitution by amendment ; they may annul
any acts purporting to have been passed in
conformity to it, or they may by their emo
tions change the funotionarios to whom the
administration of its powers is confided. But
no one 8 late by itself is competent to acoom
9 lish these objects."
We hope Mr. Burnett, of Kentaeky, who
Is anxious to have Kentucky follow suit with
South Carolina, will have some respeot for the
judgment of the Sage of Ashland.
THE AMERICAN UNION FOREVER.
South Carolina would do better to aooept
our proffer to table her disunion resolutions
for what solid cause of grlevanoe has she? and
help Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee build a
railroad from Cincinnati to Charleston.
Stop, then, these fretful monotones, of dis
union, and let ns all unite with oar whole
soul in these glowing words :
. "A union of hearts and a onion othandi,
A UDlon of principles none may wn;
A onion of lakes and a onion of lands,
lie American Union forever."
Our Home Affairs.
'; The Olty Council hat Veen partially relieved
of the apparently irrepressible conflict be
tween the oity street railroad companies.
The two twitches used bat a few dsys by one
company have sufficed, and, as all the com
panies do, they are now running a oirrait.
The next railroad question in order, to be
considered on Wednesday evening, is the oo
enpation of Trent-street for railroad connec
tion of depots. On the night of the 10th alt.
the Oity Council adopted a resolution, after
an oxoitlng debate, allowing, under certain
conditions, five railroad companies named to
put down a track as above, for connection of
the Front-street depots, to go into effect on
the aooeptanoe of the same by said railroad
companies, their bond in $50,000 to be filed
within thirty days in the office of City Audi
tor) it being provided, alto, that if any of said
companies should fail to aooept the privileges
of the resolution within thirty days, the priv
ileges shall be granted to each company or
companies as shall aooept the same within the
On Wednesday last the Ohio and Mississippi
Railroad Company, one of the original appli
cants, filed a bond with the City Auditor, ssd
accepted under the resolution. TheGinoinneti
and Indianapolis Railroad Company has signi
fied a desire to give op the right offered, and
adks that the road be laid along Water-street
The other companies, as at present advised,
neither aooept nor decline. In the mean time a
committee of the City Council have pending a
resolution granting said companies thirty days
more to signify their wishes as to acceptance
crrejeotion. This proposition having been
made after one of the Companies had availed
itself of the franchise, it is contended that the
power of Counoil in the premises has passed
The anomaly, perhaps, is to be again pre
sented of the City Counoil making a determi
nate grant, and in one short month evading
the results thereof by some conflicting action.
We must not expect, for tome time yet, that
the HaUs of our Municipal Legislature will b
freed from the pressure of Influence from Street
Railroads. ' :
But the Immediate subject of Come Interest
wo speak of in another artiole of this day's
paper. . ' '
The McMicken Fund—Its Disposition
The City Council hat agreed to meet in
i pecial session this evening, to oonsldsr an
ordinance establishing a Board of Managers
of the McMicken Fund.
. Mr. McMicxbn'b desire was to "found as
Institution where white boys and girls might
he taught not only a knowledge of their duties
to their Creator and their fellow-men, bat
alto receive the benefit of a sound, thorough,
end practical English education, euoh as might
fit them for the active duties of life;" also, in
a oertaln contingency, to the support at well
as eduoation of poor white male and female
orphans, neither of whose parents are living,
and without any meant of support, and who
suy be admitted at pupils, If not younger
'inn five, nor older than twelve years; the
preference always to be gives to the youngest
applicant. The said orphans to be provided
f r In separate dwellings, or boarding houses.
At at present constituted, our school system
seeds to be downed with a university, but it
needs most to have a department tuck as these
fundi are well adapted for we mean to beard
end Instruct the orphans and the homeless,
those who are unwilling to attend our common
school. - xn .;! J ".
The buUdingt on Bote Hill the MoMwxin
homestead on Hamiltoa road, at the heed of
XI in -street can be appropriated for tempo
rary ooowpeaey until suitable edlflee may be
treefei-ead we hope, If It can bs so, that theft
chosen as Directors or managers of the food
will proceed, at an early day, fb gather up
the uncared-for obUdroe of the city, and make
this branoh of benevolent labor, if consistent'
with a fair construction' of their powers one
of more than ordinary importance. nere is
no enterprise In operation that could do this
olty more good than to arrest at its source and
purify the stream whloh threatens to delnge
ui with crime! , We all suffer socially and pay
large sums financially, by reason of the ignor
aaoa.ad want of-training of children in the
lower walks of life. The auoeesiful manage
ment of the Fond depends upon who the man
agers are, and Counoil should, beaideq adopt
ing a proper ordinance, secure some of our
ablest and worthiest citizeni to carry out the
designs of Mr. MoNicxsx.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Disunion Sentiments in South Carolina.
Washinotok, December 11. The Charles
ton Couritr says the Committee on Federal
Relations in the Legislature has recommended
the nassace of resolutions re-affirming the
position of South Carolina, declaring the right
to secede from the Union, and that the people
should make common cause to sustain her
vindication of the institutions of the South.
The commtttee also recommended that the
military contingent fund be increased to $100,
Loss of a U. S. Steamer.
Bostom, December 11. Intelligence has
been received that the Government survoylcs;
steamer Fvmimar Cooper has been wrecked
in the harbor of Kanagama, Japan. All
bands were saved. The vessel was a total
PaoviDS.tcs. Deosmber 12. The store of
James Rhodes was destroyed by fire yester
day, together witn tuu Dales of modus cot
ton. Lots about $60,000.
Arrival of an Ohio Vessel.
New Toik, December 11. The schooner
RrtJubliean, of Huron, Ohio, from Cadis via
arrived here to-day.
LooisvuLi. December 11. River fallen tlx
inches in the last twenty-four hours, tnd it
now thirteen feet on the falls.
Paris Jocbkalism Rbuvnbbativb. Writing
for the Paris press would teem to be a very fairly
retributive profession. Employment on the
various daily journals Is eagerly sought, and
thoss who suooeed in attaching themselves to
the various editorial staffs have no reason to
complain. The correspondent of the Dtbati,
during the recent Italian war, M. Amedee
Aobard, received (60 a letter, and all his ex
penses paid. Texier, the war correspondent
ot the SucU, was paid $10 a letter, was deco
rated with the Legion of Honor by the Empe
ror Napoleon, and has recently received
another from King Victor Emmanuel.
Mslarcbolt Oocubbskcb A Son Bhootiho
bib Fatbbb. Mr. Langiter recently returned
at night to his house in Cheatham County,
Tenn., and to test the courage of his boy, about
eleven years of ago, knocked on tbe door and
gave no answer when asked who waa there
The boy then tecured his fathers gun, and
going out of the house, demaoded to know
who was knocking. No reply being given on
this occasion either, he fired and wounded his
parent so dangerously that he can not recover.
JcsnriABLX Homicidi ih TfNitisasi.
Robert Baxter, a wealthy and well-known
oitisen of lennetse, was killed by a man
nemed Harris, a few dajs since, In the town
of Cheap Bill. ' Baxter was fighting with
some one, when H. Interfered to prevent
further trouble, whereupon B. turned on him
and threatened to kill the peacemaker. H.
retreated before B., who followed with a
bowie-knife until he reached his house, when
he seised a gun and shot Baxter, who died in
Tbb CoHrosiB or tbi Mabbiillatsb mforb
a Pabib Codbt. A trial which has just termi
nated atone of the oity Courts briogs before
tbe publio, nnder cover of an illustrious name,
a curious juxtaposition of things. M. Rougst
de Lisle, tbe author of the famous and war
like JkfartetMawe, appears in this trial as the
plaintiff, In a suit against an individual for
counterfeiting his Invention for hermetically
sealing Seltser-water bottles. The poet and
Inventor gained the suit.
Foub Women a to Cbildeih Fatally Bubrt.
In our exchanges that arrived yesterday we
find accounts of four females being fatally
burnt by their olothes taking fire : a little girl,
named uorer, in mempnis, Tenn.; a lemale
child, Emma Golden, in Baltimore; Mrs.
Btodgell, in Pittsburg, Penn.; and Mrs. Mary
Lennox, in bt. Louis. The freacenov of these
terrioie acoiaenie snouia teacn oaution to all
women, eipeoially during the winter season.
Tibbiblb Deformity A Snabi-Piq Child.
There Is a fearfully formed child in Chester
field. N. 7., two vears old. thousrht to be tha
result of ths impression made upon the mother
by looking on the operation of slaughtering
host, and frlehtened from treading unnn a
snake, Ths child's bead is similar to that of
a pl2, and Its habits are sometblnn like those
oi a snaxe.
A Mai Devoubeb bt Hoob. A respectable
citizen, John Rignev, living in Casey County,
U.J., went out to leel DM hogs, and while
mere a tree felt on mm crushing him to the
ground, and while thus confined was attaoked
by tbe hogs, and his head and body Uterallv
torn to pieces. Nothing of hit head and face
were found whole, but hit lip.
Dbathof a Famous Ababiab Stksd. The
Arabian horse Imatun, died on Mondav morn
ing last at tbe farm of the late Garrett Van-
meter, near Kionmond, va. He was one of
the two horses presented to President Van
Duron, in io7, by tne lmaum of Muscat, and
must have been at the time of his death about
thirty yean old.
Ar Arti-Blavbbt Famiit ir Pbisor. A
man calling himself James L. Woods, who.
with hit wife and a young man, has been
snendinc some time at Abeeville. Sonth Caro
lina, was arrestsd and committed to jail last
week, with the two others, for "using inoen-
diary language to a siavo, ana endeavoring- to
excite nun to inturreouon." ,, ,
Ar Obfbar OuTneiD ard Choebo to Dbath
bt a Ntoao. Nanoy Stroud, an orphan, aged
fourteen, wasoatriged by a negro, near Uoldi
burg, N. O., recently, and then choked to
death by the villain, who fled beyond the
reach of lattice. Great exoitemenl exists in
the vicinity where the crime was oommltted.
Jobs Bbowr ir 8oftb Caboliha. John
n . 1 I -ra ui j n .1 I .
Airuwu vi mm iiuug ui euigy, uu f uuay, iu mow,
at Wllllamston, and also at Belton, B. 0. The
citizens of Orangeburg, S. C, on receipt of the
news of the execution of Brown, fired a salute
of tb'rteen guns as an expression of their reel
tag on the occasion.
Dsath or a Piorbbb Lady. Madame Catha
rine Benoiit. daughter of Dr. Conde. a French
surgeon, died in St. Louit list Friday in her
seventy-ninth year. She was one of the old
est residents there, having been born in that
suy uie year mi. , - , .
Dsath or Mabtir KoertA. Information
baa been received at the State department
Washington, from tbe United Btates Consulate
at Oautemala,of ths death of Martin Kossta,
ea the 27th of Apr! 1, 1868, on a sugar estate
tne atstnet or Amauuen, bantemaie. i ,t
BOOK NOTICE. THE FOOL OF QUALITY, By Henry Brooks, Esq.,
with an Introduction by Rev. W. P. D.
D., and a Biographical Preface by Rev. Charles
D., and a Biographical Preface by Rev. Charles Kingsley, 2 volumes. New York: Derby & Jackson,
Cincinnati: Robert Clarke & Co. 1860.
John Wealey reoommiinded tha fool of Quality, and
wrote a preface to one edition. Dr. Strickland, a die-
cipie oi w 0.1.7, au.iuiu.u neiooaiti praacne, oon)
mends It, and we run tne risk to invite tbe readers
of tb Fbnnt Pant to call to-dj at Bobart Clarke'.,
purchase ibe volume and read for themselves. Carl
onlty ii-tlp toe to raellee tbe claims and moral teach
Ines which on th brave pioneer Matbodiat, John
Wealey. A book that wai good for him who founded
tbe church nail begood for the churchman.
T A. A. Eyater, Clocks, Watches and
J.wulrr, Hot. Ml and 371 Weatern-row;
ssT Usi Howa't Coooh Cahdt For sale
fey John D. Park, corns? of fourth and Walnut.
jr9For Christmas Fresenta go to Albert
Bon's, south-west corner of Ilghth-etreet and Wset-
erurow. . - '
J&T Who would not send a friend a Fu
ture, when the? can be had for tan cents each, at M
$SSF Daguorreen Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford'i
drus -store. Picture! taken and t la good oases
for twenty cents. Warranted to please.
We have sever yet heard of any bs-
itif dissatisfied who have made their parobases of
Oloihinf from Frtel lleOutra, Mo. JM Walnut,
street. Oentlemaa, tire them a call.
The great defect in Melalnctypes,
Ambrotyrea, Ac, It that they too frequently fade.
Carpenter, No. !0 Wast Fifth-street, baa devoted a
serlea of rears to remedr this defeot, and baa at
ltngth produced tbe Dlaphanotrpe, which he war
rants to retain Its color.
FOR THE CHEAPEST
In the City, go to the
Comer of longworth & Western-row.
FOR THE CHEAPEST , 1
HATS, CAPS & FURS
in tne oitv, go to
dtlObw ' Fifth-street, near Western-row.
3FL lo Hardsou,
FOB A GOOD FIT CALIi AT
XO. 100 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
del2o BKTWXBN VINB AND BAOX.
Gloves and Hosiery.
A TTJLIi AB10BTMIM FOB ! ;
Ladies, Gentlemen and Children,
100 WEST FOURTH.8T.,
delfc BET WHEN VIHK AND BACH.
tltereoecoplo Views end Fnner Goods for
mrieimas rreeenis, at
HO. too WEST F0UBTH-8TRVET, BITWISN
aeizo V1B ANU JtAtJB.
at lbs reaidence of ber brother. No. IS Mac&rland-
rlreat.by the Bv. Mr. Sears, Captain Oba'lee W.
ttlnde, of steamer Tozas, to MIm Mollis J. Sargent,
of thlscitv. . .
OASSEDY-POOR-On Wednesdav. TJacembar 1.
br tbe Bev. 8. L. Yonrte., Mr. Wiu. H. Ceased? to
Miss Anna Poor, all of this citr.
CT TVU-TUMk.. 1A .a As. .
iwwwoi iv. eav twoutyuif lUIUUIt Wi
nlneo'olock A. II., William B. Fllun.
G ATCH-At Hlllford, Clermont County, on Frldar,
Deoamber 9, alter a painful and lingering illness,
Ooneral Thomas 3. Gatch, in bis aixtr-nlnth rear,
McMAIN8-At Slllford, Ohio, on Tueaday morn
ing, DKember 6, at half-paat nine o'clock, of diaeiue
of tha throat, Mattle, infant daughter of Vim. W.
and Martha u. UcMalni, aged two years, three
Feather Dusters of all sizes.
tnillllfn.DI.HAani1 Di. ... TV 1 1
Ileal ib Brashea and ;rumb BruihM. at HITN'T'TNa!
Hllver.nlntcd Knarllali Pnrk.
aer ana Bpoons, warranted beavy plated: alac,
lvorr.hanriIMlTi.lilA till ttUrv.1un.nnaH W.IUh
Tabla Mats. c. can be found at HDNTINOTON's!
119 Maln-atreet. de!2-a
Flue Parian Marble Vaeeaaud
rich China Tea Beta. Wad ff.wnnri Ta. Rati.
-ut Utftileta, Ghampagnea, Ac, received at HUN
TINGTON'S, 119 Uain-street. del3-a
Silver-plated Tea Heti, at$0!
CakelBaakata 131 Caaiora S:Cnna for ChiM.
ran, 74c.; Gbteti, Ice Pitchm, Crne, W altera, Tea
KpItm. at HUNTINGTON'S, 119 rtaln-at,. de-a
B.FBAZEKand hll m.rilnm. will nrfnrm
all tne various vbenomeua depended upon to prove
spiritual Intercourse, at the National Hall, TUES
col,, thJ13tu, Htb and lath of December. Admit
tance 25., touav e pauses: commencing at 7X o'clock
precltely. Brabraclns "tut qUMtioni. ''"reading of
tbonsbta," "clalrvofance and magnetism," and
many of their fraudulent trlcka, such aa "getting
untied," 4c, Ac; with explanatory lecturing, anf
Bcieut to ttach tha principle upon which allthaaa
are dne, with a view to show Ibat we have no real
evidenee oreplrltual Intercourie, its evil tendencies
and InconeletcnoiM. decis-b
ffKE!J(ED8 MEDICAIi DIS
VXimf GOVKBTia acknowledged by the most em.
nent pbyslolana, and by tbe moat careful drnagiits
throughout the United StalM, to be the moit elTaotuai
Klljwi .nil. n.. .iu. WKAnn. J . I. . 11 1
, v . - auu w u. rwiowi mora
suffering, and effected more permanent eorea, than
any prenaratioa known to tha nrofauton. HnmAiia.
Saltltheum, Bryalpelaa, Scald-bead, soalv eraptions
of whateoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
a mtnam rwoiH 10 lull etrangtn ana vigor. Fall
and explicit direction, lor the cure of ulcerated aore
lulm am nl ..Min.n....i-.i . i
ITT ' . TV . "r"uruiUHU mean, 11 HlT.n
the nullphlat with each bottle. For sale by JOHN
t1?! KOKHTKIH CO., an7 MOIM
a. jrgywiriv. rriCVt!.
MERCHANT!! trnriM rnn
rnT'VTU V kH ..l.i. nt .. .
Et'Ili'lMS p2.kbliJftw,lofn 'BAM&LIH Air-
1860 ia uieetlog with an enormoue sele. For aala, bi
theilnglecppy or by the dozao, by B. F. SAN FORD,
rMM,y.,"i. viu'v, u .inn-, i, . m. corner
Fourth and Walnnt-etreete. Price, single ocpy,
eenta; til Itpardoton. daaba
ITUA8 BEEN DISCOVERED
AT LAST. Tbe article that cores almost
without fail every spsclee of eraptions of the faoe
bands, or other parts of the body; Ie jour faoe die
figured with pimples or an irritating eruption of any
kind; have yoa contracted tbat most troublssome
disease, Barber's Itoh; are yoa troubled with Tetter
on the bands, or elsewhere; have yon any annoying,
Irritating, Itching, Inflamed eruption of any kind:
go at onos and obtain a pamphlet describing tbe
effects of Palmer's Lotion, and giving an amount of
evidence in Its favor, that will put to rest sll donbts
of it. efficacy In the cure of all kinds of cutaneous
diseases. After becoming satltHsd tbat tne Lotion
is no humbug, procure a bottle and use it, and yoa
will be aatliSed tbat the ball bat not been said In IU
favor that might be. . ..
FrtceM)oents,orslx bottles (or 12 W. -
BOLOH PALM KB, Agent,
now No. IA Weat Fonrtb-elreet
aTLAIRVOYANT AND HEALING MED I
V rjM-Han removed to No. 2o Hlxth-itrect, fire
decre west of Weetorn-rew, avutii side, delOd
evH"l.The One-seam Cap A very neat,
liar new style, for Tout ha and Yoong Men.
, , - iwvnaciv,!
' ''!':.". Hatters and Furriers,
delOtf' . 14 Main-itreet.
gwr-rr-Our Moleskin 8Uk Hat For style
fCmf and quality, as a genteel Dress Hat, oan
not be beat In the world.' DODD As CO.,
. i, - . HatUiaandlvrrlert, '
oeiotf n. .. .. . 144 Main-street.
Ornca Littlb Musi Baiibosd Cc.,1
' Oinoinnati, Nov. 29, 18S9, J
SaTUB ANNUAL MEET1NU OF
AJ tbe Stockholders of this Company will be
hliw .. K Ann nf tha (Inmnanv. In tha oitv of Oin
oinnati, on TUESDAY, 37th December, lnit., for tbe
purpoee of electing twelve Directors to aerve the en
eulng year, aud Ibr tbe transaction of such other
bualueee aa may be preeentSd. Tbe polls will be
opened at 10 o'oiock A. SI. and close at i P. U. .
jot oraer oi we riwiutn,. w
deStt D. G. A. DAyiNPOBT, Treasurer.
Ornca or t aa Ohio aid Hiaetssim B. B. Oo.,
. Cincinnati, November si, UM. J
MVOTICEU-FOR THE CONVE-
NIKNCI of abler re, tne unto ana miasis-
alppiBallroad fjompany bave eeubllahed an ODoe at
throuah rates oan be
obtained at all times on freights for Bt Louts or
wo. it rubllc Lanaing, wnere inronau
General Freight Agent.
Phrenological and Physiognomical
rf-y.WITH CHARTS AND DE-
TTX.,lnn Vmfaaainit In I if. In which MCh tWT.
eon may beet tnoceod and be moat ueaful ani happy.
by iir. v. iUAaUjA, no. iin luiuima.
3FFICE OP TBE PAS8EN-
oiiMPaiaT nr tllNdrN-.
U.O.T a W iMu.nfTklnt
anil Rana.trMt.. October.
IS, ISO, i nie roau uuw opan. van win iiar.,
at Interval, of tan minutes, from ;SO A. M. un
til mldnlsht, running eaatward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrenoe-street, and. weatward on
rourtn-atraei so oraiin, ana on jinu-eirwi w
Wnd. Ottlun. will .Laaaa baar In mind that tbe
cars will invariably croaa iutereotlng streeU before
,tqo?el-Itf tTxm J. BOBBINS, President.
NEW . ABVEETISEMENTS.
JUST BIOIIVIS AND FOB BALI BT
RICKEY, M1LL0RM CO.,
No. 145 Main-street.
Reminiscences of Rufus Choate, tbe
Great American Advocate.
By Ed. Q. Parker.
1 vol. tro., with portrait..-..,.- ....Prloell 60
. . The Q,ueen ot Hearts.
By Wllkle OolUns, author of " Dead Beeret," Ao.
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' True Womanhood A Tale.
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At Home and Abroad t
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: i ' Will dean
: OLOYKd. : . '
Will clean ' - k
BILKS.. . ,
BENZINE. " ;
, Wllloleau ' ' ' "
OLOTH8. - .
' BENZINE "
Is the most effectual and eoonomloal
Is the most effectual and eoonomloal crept
for removing greaae, paint, Ac, from all the
articles tbat has ever been Invented.
freparea ana lor ea oy
BUiaBi aivjkoxaiin dr. w.
Oirpoalte the Poetoffloe.
Robinson's Silver Soap. ;
THE SILVER SOAP IS PREPARED
eipeotally for cleaning and pollahing Bilver,
jriawi.uu vuhiuwi. nuM.Miu ivr viaauing juir
rors, Marble, Tin, Ac. This Is tba most convenient
and effective preparation for these purposes ever
onerea to ine puouo. it may oe una even or tne
moat inexperienced with entire safety, aa It oonlalns
nothing that can injure tha flneat plate or lewelry.
For oleanlng Una House Paint, window Olaes and
uarriaga aiounung. it u lnvaioania. many oi our
larMat Imnortera and rnannfuturara of itlvar and
plated ware have used this artiole and hare given it
PWSiOK,T'i A OO'.,
' dclBc ' ' " Oreoelte the PcetoBce,
French Blacking. . ;
MARCERON'S ORIGINAL AND GEN
UIN Freuoh Blaoklng, which baa given the
moat sntlre satUfaetlpn wbjrever tued. Far sals by
bUlBB, SCEBTKIM A OO.,
' delta Oppoelte the Pcatoffles.
,' ' . T0B BALI BT
APPLEGATE & CO.,
'-' ' " deUa '''
HOLIDAY OOODS-W have jmt ra
eeivada large anpplrof new frails, inch at
rise, Prunes, Katural Peaebes, Pineapple, Black
herrtai and Btrewberrlea. aMorted Jelllea and Jaaat.
Preaarvad Frnlta. Id endleee varlatr ; delicate Old
Port, Slierrr. Madeira and Ubanipasne Wlnee, foro
Ing the largeel and moat oomplete uaortment of
' toed tblnsa " ever offered la the oily before. For
sab, wholesale and retail, by , .
i. IIcDOKATjSAOO., .
deU M aid Branch Store Vest TootUvst.
THIRD AND LAST
PURCHASE OF THE SEASON.
DRY GOODS CHEAP
-FOB THE-,' -iM- '
No. 112 FIFT1I-STREET, :
BETWEEN VINE AND RAOE-STREETS.
AVINQ JUST - RETURNED FROM
TH1 BA8T, I have purchased aa . ,.i
.-. . :.m - . -OF- -i'i:",...vi
FALL' AND WINTER
....... ."i i.a.x- ' ' '
AIAKMIN6LT LOW, PRICES.
it.' . . ' ; ' ' ' tl.- Ul -'J''
, r j I 'J ; . '. (. ll"l V
I now tollolt an examination of ths usdsr-mea-Uoned
Ooeds, feeling oonfldent that ths prlees - . '
DEFT AIL COMPETITION.1
" " ' Will open to-day,' 1 1 ' - .J'.''-1
Thursday, December 8.7',
2,000 Yards of Panoy Silks,
At 87 1-2 Cnts per lard. ,
2,000 Yards of Fancy Silks,
At 50 cents per Tard. 2'
40 PIE C E S
RICH PRINTED '! !
At 65 cents per Yard. ;
ALL-WOOL FRENCH MERINOESj!
Every shade at 50 cts. per Yards
, 50 Pieces All-wool -
At 35 cents per Yard.
3,000 Yds. French Valenoias,
At 15 cents per Yard. "
600 pieces English Merinoes,
At 12 1-2 cents per Yard.
300 PIECES BEST QUALITY
At 15 cents per Yards '
200 pieces 4-4 French Cnlntzes,
At 12 1-2 cents per Yard. r
Cloaks and Shawls!
OB EVERY DESCRIPTION, ; ,
FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
Laoes, '.. J.J.:1..V
; . Embroideries, ' ; A
v v; Collars,
Handkerohiefe, ;. ;.; ;
Fancy Goods Generally,,,
Which I havs redooed to prices that will suit all In
want of suob articles. ' ! l;i
.. .. . J-'-f'!! '
'.,' '; . 1 .. ! : v -. ,r ""'
: : Ladles'; Gents' and Misses';.;:;'
.,,., ., At less than Hannlaotnrera'prloes.. ;t, '
ir''- ' 1.: ' t 1 111 "., ;-. !.'.!! I;. V
No.' lia Fifth-street, .
BBXWEEN VINB AND BACB-STKEKll
1 tSeventh Grand Treaty '
WITH THE PALE-tfACES
Wjaadolte Tribe; No, 5,
I. O. R. M
, 14th Sleep of tbe Hunting Mood, -,
' : '.''i (8rn4Biin,taJ0.) f;'
W Bets formed at the sound of the eornet. ' ' "' '
.j. coasirm or AKBAaeaatiniTs. . .., - ;, ..(
J. B. Parrr, ' . & lrMr' '
A.JU.Beemsn, ,t i ' Sf. H. Humphrey,
John Farker. . , :
Miami, No. 1 ......-,-............-...m..JB. Waller
Algonquin, No. a.. aetaeeiaseNesssiss i t 11. DVkUwT
Wyandotte, Mo. Im.i..mi.m-0. 8. Setts
Uetamora, So. 9 i M aeewaesei.a etex eswsass e enseni. O. Beltur
Beneoa, No. 7...Mm .ftsaHisseeeesssttsissssefee.l . Smith
Logan, Uo. t sMtBstdssttsetstessetete .J. 0. Snyder
Black Hawk, So. 13.............-.............,h...0. Man ley
Shawnee, Mo. II . .MM.....,.r. Anderton
ilaek Hawk, So. I, Oov., Ky,.n..,...J. W. Lehman
Pocahontas, Bio. t, Sewport.... .,...........0. Amenon
delitt K. M. HAYS, Oreat Ohlef.
Iff ACES AND REPAIRS 'ARTIFICIAL
i,"Ji L1MBB in superior, manner.. 6aUrtaotory
relkrenoes given. Address No. 1, Sycamore-street,
corner of front. ielO
T I1UE FIRM OP 8TRUVE Jk KRUSB,
M. bu this day dissolved partnerihip by mutual
constat. All persons having olaime agaluat the
concern, and thoae Indebted, ere reuaeeted to call at
H. H. BTBCVIt S Provlilon Blore,oa east side of
We.tera.it)w,Utwetnv.nthad 6pre.Birvj! (
aaaaaaaaiMaaiaa.i'W , mtmmnWK?Jn
m tavBBBBB Wiifmi9
lt TO 0UB FATB0N& '
WX WOULD SAY THAT OCR STOCK
of Una Watches, Jewelry and Sliver Ware'
now full and come luce. Thankful fur the very lib'
era) and generona patronage whloh baa beea ex
tended to our establishment for more than twenty
lire years, we take this1 method of Inviting our
frlenda, and tbe publio generally, to continue their
favors, feeling onreelves la a far better oondltloa
Sow than formerly, to please tbelr meet fastidious
We beg leave to call attention to a new article
jewelry, uade from the new metal. Aluminum,
brought i.-om Paris br sue of our Arm, who bis
'Our "tor? is well supplied witb valuable articles.
suitable for presents for the approaching holldaye.
Tba damage to our Silver-ware Manufactory by tua
late fire te now fully repaired, and all we now seed
to keep up Its vitality It plenty of orders, we ' are
prepared to fill the same with dtapatob, and we
promise full satisfaction to all who may please to
favor us with their calls, -uor
u. wi u KI1gETi u w.s .lftn.,tra,t.
The highest price paid for old Silver Ooln of all
klnde. . . . . . noSO-amf
$10,000 in ;:;::;.
Comprising ths sntlre stook of 0. Lewis, at the
feaaaar, direotly opposite the Postoffloe. Recollect,
they. .' ' i ' -" ;
MUST DE SOLD!
' delOam ; II. O. GILBERT, Asalgnite.
WE ARE NOW OFFERING GREAT
In Cloaks and Shawls
: BLACK CLOTH CLOAKS
MADE ? IN A 8tJPBI0B MAKNEB.
i - . from te to m.
' At prices below the cost of Importation.
118 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
deSaw BETWEEN VINU AND RACE.
; ; a 33 i3L T5L JH X.,
1 44 Walnat-street, below Fourth,
HAS THE B fi 6 T ' ASSORTMENT OP
riNE VTJB8 In the city, purchased low, and
will bs sold reasonably. r , ; . f, t , !
HUDSON BAY SABLE.
A genuine article, surpass anything ever offered la
this market. Gentleman will find a beautiful Hot.
Iday Hat, just, the thing for making New Tear's
eaiis'.'' -' bakeh,
de9tJalp H4 Walnut-street.
HOLIOAY iHiiT !
TBS LATEST STYLE!
, .! 1 1-.' ?, i : .. -li'i i. a
NO, J 40 HAIN-8TBEIT,
delo ' . One door below lourti. -
II. P. ULlAS'
WATCH & JEWELRV JIOUSB
Where can be had every article appertaining to tba
Business at a tnaeh price, fori CASH, then
has ever before been offered In this market.
Q I Y K US -A. GAI.L .
And see for yourselves. ' pp14
WM.' WH I TAKER,
4 ! i I ii J B.V B I B Hi r
Bo. MM N. K. Oor. Fifth and Lodge streets, bet wet n
Walnnt anA Vina. HlnnlnnaH
jond aasfirtmeutof BlLVBBaad PLATKD WABt
I BPJCUTAOLB, etc., kept oon.tantJy on hand.
fSaeolalatteatlon given toOteanlug and iiepalrlnf
Watch, and Jewelry. mjlO
BPICUI'AOLB, etc., kept constantly
BEGG 4k BMlTUt No. 6 Went 4th St.
A KB NOW RECEIVIKG ADDITIONS TO
thetr lane assortment of Watobes, relrre
' A Saeassorttneni et Plated fea Sett and Ctatlerp
andOeeraQlaaaaa. . "
C. 7. MACKCLFRESH,
M:r..'.0Istsevt4ews)r it V '-,-!
TIN. BBBBT-IBON AND ZINC WAEK,
Baking and Beldlltt Powder Box s, Tin Bpeak.
big Tube, Rooflng, and Dealers , in stoves, No. Mi
Flfth-etreet, Olrolnnatl, Ohio, . ,
er All iiids of Job Work promptly attended to.
. at i . , ' faeTam) -
?mm INSURANCE COMPANY.
CapItAI, 4e)0,eOO....M..aeeta, $St,t,TU
I: Devoted to Fir business eiclmdvelyii S 5
H. A. OLA88FOBD, Agent.
no30-amf . J3 West Thlrd-etreat. OUclnnatl,
OltlE j(TAI " EXCHA1VGE.
TBI WDBRAiaNED.AVINa REFIT
TBD tbe SALOON In the Knqnlrer-,
ouiiaiDv;, are now prepare to inrnuo
their friends with the best) Imported
.Wlneev Lienors end lgare. .- '
.sjtarBaitimors Shell Oyaters ssrved ia
every sme, M'
(. ded-am ,-
IA8TW00D tt 8ABOKNT.
TtrilIJAMr DISNEY, ATTOBNBT
IT 4X LAW, phase Bnlldlogt No.(mi Third
itmt, ;,.,(.',. v "t" s6-M-
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