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THE i DAILYjgiESS.
ntroaa reormiwo.
official vap or the HTf.
1MHIA
N IVKMBEB
Uriah-Heep Politics.
"Twelve Republican States at tht Nortk
1 P.t.nnl I.ihrtv' bill. BUlli-
t 1 P.nnnl T.ihertv' blllH. An il'
ljinfrthe provision of the Constitution of
tie United States In reference to the rendi
tion of fugitive stores, and the law of Con
gress passed to curry it out." Enquirer.
This is the stuff the Democratic organs
publish on the ere of a Presidential election,
tn .(TtrraTnte sectional excitement, and to
justify and invite violence on the part of the
South. Mr. Yancey made the same charpe,
in his speech at Pike's Opera-house, and in
quired if ho irni not correct in including
Ohio, vtnen some flunkey on the stage said
she had done it, but the nullifying acts had
been repealed. It is enough to make a man
pickup his traps and move into a slave
State, to see miserable flunkies tolerated In
a public meeting, who will get up and bear
false witness against their own State, and
indorse an ignornnt and false statement
made by a sectional agitator against the
whole North. They do not have this' in the
South. There no man would venture, in a
popular assembly, to accuse bis own State;
and especinlly to indorse an accusation made
by a speaker from another section. It is this
abasement of their own section that his
brought the gtcat Democratic party to its
present condition. One would think that
the result might suggest the wisdom of
change of policy. But it seems that the
concent has get below any recuperative
power, and the only course is one of con
tinned debasement. . .....
If manttbod, self-respect, love of country
and j alousy of its honor, are inseparable
from slavery, for Heaven's suke let us have
slavery in Ohio. There is nothing in the
condition of betwecnity which we givo the
negro here neither free man nor protected
by the relation of master and Borvant, which
seems to be the culmination of our negro
Dhilanlhropy that will begin to compensate
Tor the loss of manhood fn the white race.
Tht instinct of self-preservation is just
lawful in races as in individuals, and if wo
must have slaves, to save white politicians
from taking on the spirit of slaves, lei 'us
have the negro slaves, and preserve onr
manhood, and end Bectional ngitntion at
orce. For our part, we go for slavery in
Ohio' as a- means ef developing the white
race into a condition of superiority.
How can any Northern State nullify the
Fugitive-slave Law? Any man of sense
knows it can not be done. Nor is it done.
There is no administration of any law which
involves personal liberty, that is so sure and
successful as the seizure of 'fugitives, Ohio
is included in tho States that have once nul
lified the law, but seizures of slaves are
almost invariably successful in Ohio. There
was one rescued at Wellington last year, but
we believe it was shown that the Betznre had
not even the slight warrant which the fu
gitive law requires. Tho rescuers thought
so, at any rate. But, about thirty respectable-men
were imprisoned most excessively
for that offense ; so the fugitive law was
triumphant
The legislation of Ohio, which the swift
State's-evidcnce at the Opera-house called
nullification, was, we presume, a sample
the whole. It merely forbid the use of Ohio
jnils for the confinement of fugitive slaves.
The law was a foolish one, for it defe ated
own purpose. The claimants dare not
their seizures in jnil, for fear of habcat corpus.
Put the principle on which the fugitive
is founded, and the one carried out in nil
details, is, that no portion of its execution
shall be entrusted to the States, but that the
Federal provision shall be complete and ad
equate. The claim that the execution of this con
stitutional provision is intended to be left
the Constitution to the States, is tho ground
which the ultra Abolitionists take, and that
is called nullifying the Constitution.
the same blind partisan howl about its being
nullification for the States not to provide
executing the same law. In their bull
headed haste to accuse their own States,
they place themselves on the same ground
as the abolitionists, who are such terrible
nuUifiers to them. " If these politicians and
editor would commit physical,' as' often
they do logical Buicide, there would be a vast
improvement in the politics of the country.
Mr. Yancey knew nothing of what he was
talking. He comes from a State where
escape to a free border is almost impossible
to a slave, as a pilgrimage to Rome; and
be talks of secession because the Fugitive
Law is nullified. Kentucky with a frontier
of 300 miles exposed to free soil,
exult in the Union, and on civil terras
with the neighboring free States; but Ala
m bama, 500 miles from a free border,
where they never lose a slave, except
their own swamps, can not slay in the Union
because the fugitive law is nullified;
once in a while she must get up the terrible
farce of hanging some of her own
whites, or some innocent wandering peddler
from abroad, in order to keep up a whole
some terror and ferocity toward Abolition
ists. No free people ever made such sacrifices
all the safeguards ef liberty, and of the
principles of legal
for the execution of a law,
the North have for the execution of the
Law. The law itself declares
that the people of the free States are not
to be trusted. The manner of its execution
is nothing but legalized violence. The
used in these secret and midnight
is responsible to no tribunal; nor
the question be tried whether these victims
were not really free. The North furnishes
the officers and the helpers to do this work
si work which Southern gentlemen consider
degrading. And the North pays two-thirds
of the expense of these recaptures. An
fee, even, is offered to the Commissioner
for declaring the claim . valid. Who
heard of a claim brought before a Commis
sioner that was not Yli?.T Although
manner of every seizure is such ar to create
suspicion of foul play, tht lair is almost
executed. The law if bo popular.
It was not intended to be. . But it in exe
cuted. Must the people get flown in
dut and'lus the law -and exalt negro
cakhert who even ia the South are not
intgood odor? - No other property, not even
personal rights, claim or receive such extra
ordinary measures for their protection,
slave property baa in the free Bute. And
t,ia epite of nil this ubmiasion and loy
to xtjV.Welity." orators come herefrom
uiliryio; the fAaeuu. accuse lU Morth
Uieir tTeaf a otar ixra powfcnd stealing
tU tf bood; and- rehenOe charges
em aacUoa. to fumiah fuod fur
uuooaiiy La u bouta.
Spring Grove Cemetery.
a
as
of
its
put
law
its
by
for
as
an
yet
can
and
to
and
poor
of
universally-recognized
ad
ministration, as
Fugitive-Wave
fit
tbanks to Nature, to the original Board
of Directors for their good taste or their
good luck in selecting a spot richly endowed
with natural gifts, and to the genias of Mr.
Strauch, the present Superintendent, Cin
cinnati has nrobablr the most elegant rural
cemetery in the world. Disinterested gen
tlemen who have seen all the famous
necropolil of Europe and America, do not
hesitate to pronounce our Spring Grove
superior in attractiveness to the host of them,
though inferior to several in extent and cost
liness of decoration. This is owing to two
canses: the character of the ground, which
is well adapted to the purpose to which it is
dedicated ; and the artistic skill of Mr.
Slrnuch, who has, it would seem, made the
most of its capacity for improvement.
It has evidently been the aim of Mr.
Strauch not to cover np, but to interpret
Nature to bring Art to aid her la the ex
pression of her own idea; and while keen
ing in view the especial purpoa w whicn
the spot is devoted, to 'erent the execution
of that purpose from giving it a mechanical
aspect, sd destroying the unity which Na
ture had established. Indeed, the beauty of
Spring Grove consists in the fact that we are
able to view it as a whole Unlike the other
rural cemeteries of the country, its subdi
vision into parts, the subjects of individual
ownership, has been kept from attaining such
prominence as greatly to mar the general
affect. To this end the most irksome of the
labors of Mr. Strauch bavo been directed;
but before bis seal and his assiduity, the
obstacles have one after another given
Tray - the ugly stone posts and grim
iron railings, with which lot-owners,
Suffering under excellent Intention), but
afflicted with terrible tastes, sought to
ornament their property, are coming down;
end there is reason to hope that, before long,
Nature, set loose from her impediments,
will be permitted to speak out with com
parative freedom, in testimony of her own
loveliness.
We have beard it remarked that at Spring
Grove, Nature and the Superintendent bad
both done their duty; and that the field for
criti-ism began with the doings of the lot
owners. Nor can it be denied that there
a much more abundant exhibition of will
ingness to do than of knowledge how to do,
on the part of this class. A. taste hetoroclite
or uncultivated is not an offense; it is only
misfortune. It does not become offensive
until its proprietor persists in adhering to
his own ideas, contrary to the testimony
those whose views, from their superior op
portunities and attainments, are entitled to
respect. There are some such who hold
property atfSpring Grove; and whose bad
taste being an active quality, hadledtbem to
erect original monuments to it,' which are
i readily distinguished by all' who take the
trouble tp examine. . The greater share of
the bad taste, however, is passive; leading
the party to acts of imitation generally of
doubtful of - meretricious models. Of this,
Spring Grove has a plenty of examples,
which we do not design to speak individually
in what follows, contenting ourselves with
pointing out a few things by which the
Cemetery, in its general effect, is injured.
To the iron and stone fences with which
some of the lots are surrounded, we have
already alluded. They are gradually disap
pearing, and the improved aspect which
imparted to the grounds by their removal
accelerating the process. None are now be
ing erected, and, probably, within a few
years, the last will have departed. There
however, a tendency, on the part of some,
plant prominent and, indeed, ornamental
comer monuments. This, although not
bad as the stone and iron fences, is still too
bad, being a marring of the general effect
for the benefit of a little private vanity.
a place where stone is destined to be bo plen
tiful, every piece that does not express
sentiment or commemorate an event, should
be kept out of sight. These corner monu
uments need be no Ifigher than the grass;
and if, instead of the glassy whita marble,
of which they are constructed, green-stone,
vtrde antique some thing in harmony with
the-covering of the soil were employed,
the change for tho better would 'be very
great.. . ,, .i ! - :
' There is reason to fear that in the process
of time the Spring Grove landscape will un
dergo a transformation that will bring
into a close resemblance ' to an immense
stone-cutting establishment. The tendency
is to the multiplication of monuments. Peo
ple have lots, they have money, they want
to do semething, and they have not that
taste which leads them to find their gratifi
cation in a consistent whole, rather than
the ornamentation of a particular part.
Tbey go into the stone business as if
embellishment of the Cemetery depended
upon their outlays, and produce effects that
people of cultivation regret, though they
can not amend. Instead of the multiplica
tion of cheap or common pieces the mere
works of the stone-cutter it would be
better te put money into some thing which,
for its massiveness or its artistic excellence,
would attract the attention of the vision,
and be a testimonial in favor of the erector.
There are enough of mere pieces of stone
Spring Grove, already; and of course
is no demand for a multiplication merely
for the sake of numbers. They who have
monumentB to erect, can afford to wait until
they can avail themselves of the advice
pereons of taste, and thereby make a
addition to the attractions of a place
whose beauty so many have an interest.
Boston Business Directory.
cap
tures, can
ex
tra ever
the
in
variably W are indebted to Mesdri. Damrell
Moore and George Coolidge, of Boston,
through the politeness of Adams's Express
Company, tor a couple of copies of
"Sketches and Business Directory of Boston
and its Vicinity, for the year 1860 and 1861;"
an elegant quarto rohirae, containing a
store of information of an interesting char
acter about Boston, its institutions, literary
and religious, trade, commerce, narigation,
and manufactures, embellished with wood
cuts, and illustrated by naps and engravings
of noted places, buildings, and localities.
the
held,
a
of
aeo 1
It is rumored that Mayor Bishop contem
plates a prosecution of the Timet tot
The flepse consists in tbe publication of
account of tbe Mayor's uidnigbt adventures
with tbe police, which we copied for the
of exhibiting its unjustifiable character.
Tbe construction of tbe law to well estab
lished. Tbe publication of any thing esca
lated to make person ridiculous, so as
depreciate hb In, the respect of .society,
dust as much llbflous, as wuDusa an aitac
(uponliii ntona or business cWt4tr. Tbr
hwdly doubt that a eaM could
Km,.
Boston Business Directory. Holy-Stone Literature.
A reverend gentleman of Newark, who
desert) ee the holy-stone figure to the Com
nureial, tays: ' ' ''
Surrounding the head, which is renllv
well formed, are three letters, from which
th word MoMf.i or Messiah mar be infjrred.
according to the taste or discretion of the in
terpreter." i i t
Moses or Messiah; a mere matter of taV.e
This is tolerably loose for a clergyman, it is
as amiable as the accommodating showman
to thrt old lady who inquired wb!,ch was the
rhinoceros and which the hippopotamus.
"Vichever you please, moor, yon paysyonr
money and takes yo,r choice."
ACROBATIC EFFECTS OF A HOLY-STONE DISCOVERY.
COVKRY.
Mr. W-yrick describes the act of discovery
sfoWows:
''I dropped my spade, and plckine nn the
stone, exclaimed: 'Here it it T Dr. Nichols
says I sprung at one leap, clear out of the
bole to the top twelve feet, exclaiming:
'I've got it 1 And he, l Dettcve, sprung clear
across the bole from where he sat to the spot
where I landed."
This extraordinary muscular demonstra
tion clearly proves the extraordinary nature
of the discovery. Can any doubt its genuine
ness when it caused Mr. Wyrick to j amp at
ono leap out of a hole twelve feet deep, with
the stone box in his hands? The distance
which Dr. Nichols sprung is not stated; an
unfortunate omision. Let not scoffers smile
at this idea of proving one Wonderful thing
by another, still more wonderful. The plan
is as old as the world. There are few who
Could calmly contemplate the consequences
of laying aside this system of evidence. It
would dissolve the framework of society..
IMPROVED ANTIQUITIES.
The words of the Hebrew inscription of
the first Holy-stone discovered by Mr. Wy
rirk, were spaced. As spacing was quite
modern, it was suggested that the Inscrip
tion could not be .ancient. This feature
excited much criticism, which seems to have
had a beneficial effect, for the inscriptions on
the last discovery are not spaced. This
shows that just criticism is as improving to
discovery as to the other arts. "
SINGULAR COINCIDENCE.
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a
The Holy-stone has a figure of a Jewish
priest in his pontifical robes. The inscrip
tions, are interpreted to be an abbreviation
of the Ten Commandments, conspicuous
among which is the Mosaic- Law, "thou
shalt not make any graven image," kc.
which, it is known, the Hebrews interpreted
very striotly. This seems to show that the
lewt tribes were as careful to cotnmeoyorate
a violation of the law as the law vsel
DEPRECATORY.
We hope none will surose that we mean
to insinuate that the Holy-stone discovered
and interpreters are practicing a deception.
They are undoubtedly as sincere as the Com
mercial is1 in"' its descriptions and discus
sions. ' '.
of
is
is
to
as
ElTRAOBDINARY SOBOICAL OpKRaTIOX ON
Tna Eyi. One of the moat singular sur
gical operations we have yet seen recorded,
is given by the Butler (Penn.) American, It
eayr.
The most delicate and important operation
in ophthalmic surgery the operatiou for
cataract was performed a few days since hy
Dr. A. M. riermad, of. our borough, upon
Mr. Byers, of Fairview, and we are huppy to
learn, with the most fluttering; prospect of
success. Mr. Brers has been blind for three
years. The removal of the clouded lens
which obstructs the sight, by the intro
duction of an instrument, and the breaking
up of the membrane inclosing it, allows the
substitution of an artificial lens, by the me
of a suitable pair of plusses. The operation
was very qnietly performed, no one hut Dr.
BrediD, who assisted in the performance,
being present.
Removal of a cataract, by mechanical
means, lias been long practiced, but the in
troduction of an artificial lens is some thing
new in ocular surgery.
In
a
A Yocnq Man in a Parental Qtaxdauy'
An unfortunate young tnair in Bo.-toa is
tied up in two wills; his father, under heavy
penalty, demands that he shall marry no
lady whose feet exceed a prescribed size; and
his mother, with equal severity, insiSIs that
iht lfiriv'siiair sha'J be of a orescribed color.
The young man had better stick to celibacy.
A Very Prolific Scotch Cow. The Lon
don VfiiJrt'an records the lactation of a
cow in Scotland. The Coir is twenty-four
years old, has had nineteen calves, and since
me vienujiiK ui ucr jttai inn iu lOtii, bua lias
been milked, and now yields six pints a day.
it
in
the
WClothei renovated and repaired, 120 W. Sixth.
"Clothing renoratod and repaired, M B. Third.
W Patent Enameled Bhlrt Collar, at Maaov's
Hat-ators, 4! Fifth-street. , ec3-x
GST A. A. Kistib, Clocks, Watohsa and ietralry,
S( a 4S and STI Central-arenoe.
W Mahmoth Skt-liuhi. It la trulr aetonlih
Ing what a rush there la at WtHora's Oallorj this
fine weather, for hie Photographs; though when wa
remember that the If echanloe' Fair awarded him
tha First Premium for th beat Photograph on ex
hibition, over tb prominent galleries in thi eitr.
It onlr conrlncei ua that the puhllo ar appre
ciating their interest. Gallerr on Ceatral-aTeaue,
orpoelte Court-etreet.
MARRIED.
at
rnt.I KR-Mll.I KR On WedneedaT Tnin(,
OrtoW 31. Co. W Fuller, of Hliawneetowu, 111.,
to ttisa Lyuia A. Miller, ul tnis city.
Cl'RWOOD-I'ETKKS -On Sunday, Korember
by the Ei v J. W cliaffln, Mr. John H. Curwood
ai.d Mii-s Henrietta Peters, bloc of John L. Uaat-
Uigs, all ol tins city.
DIED.
of
ADAMS. At Indianapolis, Norember !, Sarah J
Adams, aa;ed twenty-eight years.
IH.WE1K.-At facramento, Cal.. Oct. 4, Jacob
TjHwein, a native of Cincinnati, aged twenty-seven.
real
in
k
the
large
libeL
an
to
4fj
be
X Good Thlrtj-liour Clock, for
$1
the Corner of Fifth and Race.
noe-ceod T. LOVELL
I.ADIEW Ft' It 3.
ST Ivery Tarietr, from lb richest Sable to th
)o-tet-pricd Furs, all freeb and perfect, at
TOWEH9 V CO.'S, '
1 Batters and Furriers,
' n4-c 149 aUlu-t.
LADIES' FANCY FURS.
I nars tb largest and beat .elected stock 1
of FI BS eror offered In Cincinnati, of Terr
kind and aualitr. Hone but th genuine
article auld, and all warranted fx from
ynoth, or any other Imperfection.
I J. V. Ilaker,
" Hi WAIM'MTEKET, !
!v'e9'J( ;. . . BILOW FOLBTH.
'.'1 .. ; ' I
ngraved aad Prioted. St ajtaad fttMi wuaai
SPECIAL NOTICES.
MAfONIO,-9TTKr :i!IMUIII
A A M . V- h.14 THIS (TnM
UATION HIAM
SY VHilMj. at 7 'cl ok. I order of
lli-WW. ()" JOHN O. PAHA iwt
, ATTB VTIOTS 1 winn-AMTAKBSi
fiL'Hffiii.iinnEHS Nil. k.v
ltiaDtVallTIU CIKOIKHAT! WlfW-AWAKM,
November (1, isoo f
Frriv Wlde-awalt In expected So Mai tne poll.
TO KAY. working efficiently for the success or
LIM OLrl and HAMLIN, tat n carry Uamlltoa
ConntJ. Wecanjf wertoour rtiitv;.
a K. DKLATAN Ml'SHKT, Com. Pen.
- n a ntivall rrn S T.- FOR
KT-xsr8 r.VT. wimb-s hIir bk8tok-
Tl V"l rd.it,tllf th Wt preparation ni. T In
..'Yv,... ..,!,. h.ir n l.nl.l hoatii changing gray
h.lr to tt ordinal rnlnr, and m a
. r .,m..fc i ! r.t ink In tin plane of othr
Brrraiatlnna. No toiltt nuw--day il eoj)et
without it . ' " ...
CAI'TTON. BMn of wortMcea Imi'atlnna, at
at.vnrl ara alroadv In Ilia hinrkat. ralUd br dintT
rot nw'!i i'ar nope v.nleaf the aoid Priifeor
Wo, rt'll ITnlf tlMtnrntlre. Pepot, St T.onla. M .,
and Nrw York," are blown In the l-ottle. B.ild hr
all dnidgleU and pat"t mtdlrlna dealer ; a'nn lv
P'at' atiu J'anada. no3 S,TU.Th-hn
il laucj ana loiict goou urairre i i oe i. nwn
PAt.!MKH' VKOKTAniK 0OU
vrTli 1 i it inM ! the kinff of all rento-
flue for t) cure or rimplra and oilier eruption or
the ftce. Tetter on the hann ano omnr purr, o, um
prm.alt-rheiim,rjiilpelJi, inaeaeea n iiti
ItM R,.r,. i 1,-rnrnr InPMtd: It4'llinff RrUOtlOna O
lid 8or, wherever located; Itrhina: Kruptiona
all kind. ScalT Eruption of all kind', Barbor'i
Ilrh. Kimtworma. Chilblain, Feror BlUtere, tha
Stinannf Itrea. tho Bile! of Minqnatoea. Kleaa, etc.)
aln, the Bite of roinonooa Eeptilet Indeeu, orerr
nn. ,'ti lie. rr L..mlna m t Circular and
Pamphlet The evidence eteml over a period of
nearly thirteen ream, prorina that It Has rnrea in
nninlM-rlert rae that have baffled tha akill ol tna
mot eminent pliyiriane. -.a
u . ...... ' i, . a no . Kew YorV. write re.
.oerttoa PAI.Mfc.t'8 VKOKTA11LS OOSMKT10
LOTION, andor date of Jiilv IS IV
An aoqiiAlmnnre of onm ha bten cored by It or
Eczema on both leg and feet, after havtna boon
nrt.nnnnred incnmble by phylnnnl In and oo . of
the hoepital. Tl ewritor hM 1ko been cured of the
ama tronhle, after havln tried ever Wag ha
Could think of for elchteen month.
Are yon troubled with any kind of dlaearn of the
kin? This Lotion I offered to yon with the jr.ur,
anre that It la the great ovnreln remedy Tor every
.uchaffllctioa. Prepared on yby
Va. :ltl weit Fouriu t.
It.,
And for ale hy Pmglt generally
For Sale or Exohange,
B, jyA FIIlPTe CLASS HKlKsr
Kourih-t , with Mono Ir.mt and all
t.. rmh...m.t. route ulna ten R Hid.
sited rooms anil to good dry reller The street
rn'S hy th door every Ave minute Terms
ren'm.aMe A cliv re.ldenoe, of from ts.nno to
Sficon invulne alllhe taken in exchange for Pirt
riivment. Thiisarnrei:hance for those wtfhing
1 k. od Kourth-st residence The proprietor fiim
lly being small, lie wnnta a les -filled house. For
r,,-il..rnarllciilara.-addi Box flfli. P. 1)., or in-
attire at tue Biovc-sioro, comer vi
- no4cJ
Elm.
gvs- GREAT CHOIOB or miiitimi",
, Onr new aiwortment It not equaled byanyothor
In the city; and -what is mora easential, tha
I ; ., . LOW PBICE8, .
'- ' J. LK BOTJTIIiBft ft BRO'B,
ocl- ;tQWet fourth-st.
Madame Hollard
a -.THa HRKtT BTROPB AN
BOffTcLAlKVoYANT AND HICAI.lSt US
HirM,tlocatedat 371 Wlnnt-ttrM,Ctac nnatl.
uino
ItUhoiiwofwilldrmIrofcornntiHhy
her trnli sh rf liocn thi inntninifii- or nwiorttif
to health and fsrr, thi'U-mnd. who wir on b
vcrne of the tin, and whre now living moon
met-ts of hor skill and nvdtciue.
AT.T FORMS OF FFMAT.R PTFFTrT7TiTTTa AT
TENTED TO WITH THKHATPIESr RKSULTS.
MOPI OT EXAMINATION. '
Phe doMi not rpfiufre'.nTatidd tocxplafn RTmrtomfi.
tailing tlw ir caiie and looatloa so MtUfactory m to
.merit th confidence of all who have conijJtl her.
Slt didnes sent to all parUof the com.trj or Kx
pnsf t when ordered oc?ft
KS a
LADD WEBSTER & CO.'S
Sewing Machines I
I. - j-HHW HTYT.R JTJST ISMCKD AT
BsSSk jrirrY-jivB noLLAits.
mr Call and w them at HO West F.iurtn-at.
laua tf 1
Important Notice.
-ralIOOTt15f 30 DOTJBTK LOCK
&Ofi. 81TICH KKWINd MACHINES, with
rociit Improvements, surpans all others. reKardloas
of price. Examine them Ix-fore pllr.haidg eli
wbere. Pend f jr a circular and sample of sawing.
Agouts wanted. H. (!. BUKTMAN,
yi Weet ITourth-st., Cincinnati,
au?9-hm Sie Aaetit for the United Srntes
GUT-HOUSE RESTAURANT
IN DAITTRKCKIPT OS
PR1NCKB BY SI1KL.L OTdTKP.a.
from OA M. to 12 P. M.
au'Jt cm W. K MAfHH. JR.. Proprietor
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
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W,Y"ALTEtt F. STRAUB,
ATT6BNET-AT-LAW,
. Cincinnati.
Office 3 Masonic Tbmplk,
Third and Walnut-sis.
VOr CAN CJET THE ENTIRE FINHII
M. of auy ordinary houae, at a few days' notice,
at the
QUEEN C1TT FLOORING HILL AND 8A8U
. , .; FACTORY.
. J. 8. BAFE,
no6-f2dp Successor to Taft, Wise Co.
ARBONIZBD
EOBNING FLUID,
Manufactured and for sale br
1 B. BARTLKTT A CO ,
nee-a Wmt Front-st.
A D I E 8
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It SETS
-AT-'
RICHARD80VS,
WEST FOUBTU-STREET,
One door east of Vine.
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SHIRT MANUKAOTCEKB,
83 WEST FOUBTH-BTBKKT,
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One door east of Tl ne.
A. CARD.
Hilt. TIRNBY T. HTHVKNS. FORIIER.
Al LY four ieuiBwith Goortfa W. Siivttani. in
(ft ii f rm Int frindn and the public that h has
IeM iha city, hot has urchHod thH uphoUiarr
luinineri-i ef Mr. ('iwizrovft. Wulnut Ht..
twfn Histhand Sevtutth, urnl in making all kin
of Mattrftwfa and lieddinff Alo, Uiu all km
ol j-muy I rbi4try. liutel-Meejwnt aud d-aini
ill do tu give nie a call. noft-f
Dissolution of Partnorihip.
fWWE PAKTNERSTIf P nPRFTAPOUK
M . Altitun; uiiil. r tho firm of HK I L LM H, HOB-
INSON &
Ci'iiFeit.
HUI NH. is this diy dirwolved by nuituil
Mr. Skiltuian itrauthorized tu receive
unit Hue and to iay all claims,
CimiuLiuti, Kovutuber 0, 1660.
COPARTNERSHIP. B O B I N 80 N ft BRUNS
have iliia day f rued a partn nthip , and will coq
tiitue tho ImsiiiM) at the old ataud, on Ouatral-av.,
MOHK, NOLOMON Sc MO II H, A FIRM
doiujf buiiiuss ia the IS tat ul Oh it, vn. Honry
Lilian iu Attachwut bei -ru k r. HangoituanD,
J. I', of rinnnnatl Tuwnfhip, Hamilum Count
Ohio On th lAih dav ot Ott-bar. lw-U. at our
tgiH au Ordur f Atta hiuet.t wan .ued by U.
llanHfliuaDiif I. P., att-aiobt the prTty and rfTectt
of Ik'tiry Khiuan, fur tlie um of two hundred
tenty-iix dollar and Uva centa (f iJii li),
faiuifito fncMa avrved on Toppao, WcKil op
H.. and iftnrnml: also. HUuimoiifl r-tiirnud. dei'xud
ant not found; and an id oaun U et for heahim
re baid Ju-um, oa the 1HU day uf aUaoeubur,
d ciuca A. KI,
o-cawTu ' MOH B, SOLOMON MOH R
GOI.D.MEDAL,
IN AUKtl TC
PIANOS-TOK BKST
UA.-HUttI m
.V I. I
Urupo1!, of Kaw York IlanMu'
of New York, aud BrUting A Brj.
of :inrlnriMlI ..j-I.ilirAlud nit -CIA
I .nut. lb t.rut.rl iriiiin KnnAri (Irk lid
tiut llinwt Dianiyi nn.ntiUHMd br Ll-tl. Thal
ia rm Bi.rf .it Ua. afsaiat liviua arluU tha boat lu
Uteuce. Kvf ry Piauo warrauted for UD yean
kept Id tune for thrra year. Old Pianos takeu
thane. ?iayo U let, frum $6 to J6 par quarUt
VJrat-clai Uua al lottraiuentii of all kind aelllng
at liair-price. rtaoot mUHloow ana oiner
l ihsiriiMMti ttit.Ml a i ill riDalrtd til (vouch
Bat Alelmlount im th city. l not buy or rout
I'ltiiour Hulodoon until yoo baveoaiien ana
.minitha.k,..A HK1TT1NO A BRO..
FUm aud Mitiodaoa Makera aud
nun i f M iirical IiiHtrBinttuu,ji 4j ntws nnu
t, oth iilda, tiaar Plnrn. , , , , '. , ,'
It oust but a trUU, ltd in U MM h
wasfc ff4
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DELAND & GOSSAGE'S
WEST FOUHTIIST.
At an Immense iarrlf.ee, will he nld at tt7'i
49, tin, i M, Pft cent, and !
the sreotwi vargatua ever ollured lu tbia market.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
Bargains ! Bargains !
We have on hand all tha moat faahlonable styloi
rf Cloaks wo.n.
Fine Cloth Arabs,
With and wit out sletfvea, rtrlilv trimmed.
FINK CAhTOH BRAVKH CLOTH CLOAKS.
ZOUAVE JACKETS,
Oreatoet novelty of the eeaaon, beautifully trimmed
witn uoid ana ve,vei.
Brocbe Shawls, Wool
-AND ,,
Shawls.
FAIL AND WINTER SHAWLS!
CHEAP SILKS FRII3I AUCTION I
At 31 X.3TH, 4 5 and SO rent,-
Worth .VI. fl'l'v, 73 cents and 91.
PA11IS WOOL DHKoS millDS,
I'lain, Brown and Bluo Velvets.
TCBIN BROOATIK,
In Brown, Blue and fireen,
Tbe ni'iet deeirahletjoils ef tbeseaaoa.
TINTED ftlEKINOB
At 75 cents -....Worth 81.
GACTA TLA1PS IN CITulCR 00L0BS.
COM FEIGNS ItETTTS,
In Chlntr. folorlnits Entirely New Style.
VOLTUli N O STRIPES,
At ItH and . cents,
Pemething new, fur Traveling Brases
BENFREW PLAIDS, fcir Children-Bcotrh itylo.
TAHI-IAN HEAD-DRESSES.
LAD1KS' AKD CMII.DKKN'9 MOKOCC0 AND
OOLD HKI.T8.
Bich assortment of
ZEPHAH. WOOL HOODS,
MAIt irtlSAS AND SONTAGS.
Ladies' and Ch'Idron's Woolen Basques, now stylos.
HOSIERY, GLOVES, &C.
LADIES', fl!JT8' AKD CHILDREN'S '
UJSDEUVKSTS,
A large Tarlotjr. and beet styles rnimifaeiured.
BLANKETS, cc.
Larea aortmeut of
j:NGLi2 A r i AMBMICN BI.ANKSTS,
At 8:1 SO, 81, t 50 and M.
CHILDKEX'S CKIB BI-ANKBTS,
At SI S5, 5, 1 75 and
deland"&gossage,
74 and 76 West roorth-fctreet.
Yftr piv QIVF TFR CENT.
By Buying Youi Goods at
WEATHERBY'S!
No. 112 Pifth-st.
COME AND SEE!
Just lloooivod :
50
PIECES PRINTED ALL-WOOL DE
LAINES, At 37 'i Cent.
2,000 YARDS ALL-WOOL MERINOES,
At SO Cent.
300 PIECES NORWICH POPLINS,
At 25 Centa-werth 40 Cent.
FIVE BALES WHITE FLANNEL,
At 12X Cent Cheap at 25 Cent.
lOO "W O O L HIIAWLS,
At $3 nsunlly sold nt 9S.
TOGETHER WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
DRESS GOODS!
To compare favorably with the abore price.
XI 3 riftla-atroot,
no4-o ' BETWEEN VINE AND RAOB.
GARBAGE TUBS
AND
PAWIT.IKS ANDnBTRADE CAN BE
Rurpliod at reaaouaMe nr'ces with wood and
Iroi. Tube, uintle light aud aubstantial, expressly for
Garltape and Ashea. Leave your ordtm at .No. XHH
viie-KTrpt, between rourth and ruth.
oc30-tr-2dp JOHN O BCHOOLEY A CO.
AT - TODD'S RESTAURANT,
PTo. COlc'Walniit-street,
TfEXT DOOR TO TODD'S OYSTER
Art Ik,POT, y u cao net an ex.lltot menl at all
fai'urs for A cpitlii; A few gent ) ca b accom
muilatcd with tliy-btmrtl at &l per week.
Oyfiieri In every style. nol-f '
Fortune-telling and Phrenology. '
ALL PE It SONS WISIIFNO TO KNOW
ilu-ir future proper ta, chii tiave thum c-rructly
tutfd by Madrtme Alwin.at KourtU--t. .corner
of Elm, vlipre obe ma be cmi-ultwl on all matter
concern, DK Inve, mnrrince, oourtfbipa, law inaUern,
buttiuei afTairf; and will tell tbe uatno of the Uly
or uei.tlumau tbuy will marry; alto tbe name uf bur
Tihltore. doI-o
f GARBAGE NOTICE WESTERN M-
'llilCT All gurbrige, aben, etc , In nty din
trirt. t'Hot tf riitittl-T., south uf Conrt end wnt
of Vli e. will be reniuved on M mdar. WednendaTi
and Kridavi; went nf Cvnirttl-av. and aoutb of
Ourf, on 1 uenaai a. 1 hurMittyn ana buturdays.
Pronooala for tbe ourrbsM of the aarhiiffe. In
auautities to eiiit DurcbxHers. will be ruecivud for
1t-i rittn Inuuiro of tbe coutrnctor, corucr of
lliird-ttt. aod tentral-av.
i.6-c JOHN COCHNOWER,
ALL AGREE, YOU SEE!
TEW ALBANY. WKPT. 17 160.-MR.
XI J J. IIL ILLH, Aufi.t, CiiichiDatt-l'Uii-e
ifud me, by mall boat. 107 dort-n, as-ioited, from
dimrtH down, of your l.XCKLSlOK FLIMD INKH,
nd oblige Your tiuly, E. K. DAY,
Wholesale Btatiuner.
N. B. All trades tutted, Fay'a Pateut Tatfr, for
ale. uo6-f
TABU
Junt
LE OIL AND W ALT VINEOAR-
rct Lived, nn invoice or Buninaux and
Lucca Oil. Alrio, half-bhiU. Superior Alalt Vine
car, lor table iu). JTor sale by
JOHN BATES,
noft National Theater BnlldiDg, 8ycamore-st.
OLD KKfetEltYK MADEIUA, VINTAGE
of 1M2 .lunt ret-elvfd, au importutinn of
half-pipe of Old HeeMirve Madeira W iue, 1H42. This
Wine ia worthy tbe attention or coniioixaeure, and
fur invalid it will be found invuluahl. Kuraale.
wbolvnalo and retail, by JOHN BATES,
uo3 National Theater Building, tiyoauiore-at.
W ADIVH'
HOLLAND OIN TONtO.-
I. 'M doz. Ladioa' HulUnd Gin Xomle.
M.J Jut reo'd
J or aule. wuuleue aad retail, br
A. M( DONALD A 00.,
oclA 50 and Brancb 14tt Wait fourth -at
MARASCHINO ANO CUftACOV COR
1)1 AL. J.iot recvlved, LA caea Marajchiuo
and Curaooa Oordal.
JTor aalm wUotoaale aad retail, by
A. McDONAtD OO.,
oclS J 56 d Braorb U l Wt roartb-at
SCOTCH ORANJK M ARM 4L ADB.
Juet received, 'M duaea poU Scotch Orange Mar
malade. War ula. whnlnaala and retail, br
A U..
pel 5
Stf and Branch ?4il Weai rnarth-4
AN TOMATOK4.-a DOZEN FRE8II
J Tomatoee. Id quart cam.
A A BON A. OOLTIR, .
oc31 .Hi! aad 31 Main-at
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BOXiMCUOlCK VVMB UUNEV. ;
31 aad 341 Ma.a-c
SO Ctt0UoV,AI.WA'iV'
j t..:?;:?t 1 llaa Jt l.la-M.t.
)l)IlBI ClOJlal AND WH1T1-WiftS
M- Vlar. Iarok a. tn)Lt,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
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CLOAKS!
IN
EVERY VARIETY (
Corner of Fifth and Vine.
Large Arrival
-er-
SEASONABLE
DRY GOODS.
COLE & Horsirvs
Ilara an onequaled auortment of
French Dress Silks !
At rery low price.
DROGUET POPLINS!
At S, 8TX nd $1 por yard.
RICH PRINTED MER! NOES!
In Chlnts Colors and Bouquet Patterns.
TOTED ALL-WOOL DELAINES!
At a groat bargain.
Plain French Merinoes !
IN ALL COtOflS,
At 65, 75, 87X nd SI per yard. - n -v
SHAKER UL ANICETS !
Mado of oxtra Dne wool.
IRISH LINENS!
'. Of onr own Importation,
PLAID CASSI9IERES
Small, Dark Check, for Bojs' Wear.
We hare a fall stock of the abore Good.
. COLE He HOPKINS,
iw.'.frT ' ' - Corner of fifth and Vine!
Reliable Insurance.
TAYLOR & ANTIIONY,
GENERAL IXSLRAXCE AGENTS, ,
NO. VO WEST THIRD.ST.,
CINCINNATI, OHIO,
Issue Policies In the following Tollable companies:
NEW YORK COMPANIES. ,
L0R1LLABD FIBB INSURANCE CO.;
WASHINGTON FIBB INSTJBANCB CO.;
GOODHUE FIRE INSURANCE CO.; '
LAMAR F1HE INSURANCE CO.;
MARKET FIRE INSURANCE CO.;
RESOLUTE FIRE INSURANCE CO.;
JETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO.;
STANDARD FIRE INSURANCE CO.;
JNDEHNITT FIBB INelUBANOE GO. ;
ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Manhaltan Life Insurance Co.
PROVIDENCE COMPANIES. .
' PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INS. CO.;
ROGER WILLIAMS INSURANCE 00. ;
HOPE INSURANCE CO.
NEW HAVEN . , ,
ROME INBCBANCB COMPANY.
W Fire, Marine and Life Policies issued on th
most favoraHe terms. not-x
" Glyoerin Honey." ;
I.VrFKIN H O N K T-F O It PBB-
VKNXINO andcuring Chaotwd Ilands, Sor.
Lips, etc., and fur wutteuinff aud softoalng the
skui. Fnr sale bv
EDWARD SOANLAN A CO.,T)rtilsts, .
liorthat corner Fourth and Maiu-iuest.
fno4-cl
Iron Varnish:
IRON TARNISH
Ft) ft fillATKH. SIAN-
m i Lt.n, Loai-hoits
of Iron ornaments. Prepared by
JCDWAUD SCAN LAN A 0., Druggists,
lortheaat coruer Fourth and Alaiu -street,
v . loo.cl
' Candled Ginger, eto.
CASDIED.INOEIl;
t'audied FluK-root Jf ' ' -
Bufrar coated Cardamoms ;
Aromatic Cachoiu, eto.
For sale by
EDWARD BCANLAN A CO., DruegUts,
ortb-caat corner Fourth aud Matu-stroet.
tno4-uJ
Gayetty's Medicated Paper.
GAYKTTY'S ME1HCATED PAPER IS
highly recommended l'fr the cure and proven
tionof Piles. Just received, and for sale lu boxea
..f ft,') end l.fstf sheets.
MMiAllU CtAR LA.1 at t;u., iiruggisis,
Koxtli-eaat corner Fourth and Maiu-streot.
(noli-)
Mathey-Caylus's Capsules,
Without Taste or Smell.
TUB ONLY ONUS ADMITTED TO TUB CSU-
VtBBAL KXU1BITION UF PA BIS, 16M.
ITtOR TI1E l-AFK, 8PEEIY ANI RAD
1 1CAL cure of GouorrUa. tileet, White., In.
tliinimatiou of the Kidney and Bladder, etc., they
are recommended and preneritwid bv the medical
profeaeion. wherever introduced, with unvarying
succeM. For ale by
tuwAUU tiUAM.an x ijo., t'rnciiists,
no4-o Nortb-east coruer Fourth and Moin-st.
For Chapped Hands, eto.
PrRE OI.YCERIN. GT.YCKRl
TIUN, Ulyoerole of Boaes, Camphor Ii
N . I.O.
.u, Cam
pnor Doap, uiyceriu Dimp. eio. ooiu oy
Do B. W. cor. Cutrul.av. aud Eihth4t.
Fanoy Articles.
ARD-BASRETH, CARD-CAHBSi
Watch -si audit. Jewel r -el ends. Purte-mon
natei-t LaUhem, fuff-boxei. Tuile Mutt lea, Fer-
luuiP-naiidM Uirrom, fearl inlaid Hair.brunhea,
Tooib-hruahoa, aud a large variety f other Jaucjr
ALBERT KOB8, Druggist,
B4 8. W. cor. Oeutral-av. aud kiglith-at,
BOOTS. 8HOBS AND BITBBURS.-TIIB
Cbeapeat iu tb. City. LadicWubtier., beat
quailt,, at bw. a pair , x.aoie.- custom.made ttitck
ar.ld ualt.ni. at 1 14 : Ladies' double.old tnuu.
at tl m: f.gg.il heeled Boot., at tl ; Men
Boot, hi f I to; Men e Congress Boots, at 11 u.
H. lCf. OoRMAN'b ( HKAP BIIO(Hf Ba,
343 tntral-av., near Nliith.st , aud at th BOta
, TON CUEAP BliliK BTOKg,
.nelx'' ' . .; llVi.isM.ift1tlau'
IfTOBHUM
VttMtiMIltUl
VTLsejt VZ7T
UMBut wlU k , Us nil to k M thM la
Ui fapK, o acvuaai ut lit wWaa4r BUxaHio
IIOLhIH!
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
iJ
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THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED "
f!.8i IIIIIC
13! ;, 20!
IN TUB VVJeSX:
What 1 th tue of paring Thirty, Fortr or Fiftf
Dollar for a Cloak, when yon ran enrnham a neathr
genteel Kermeut foe Ten, Twolre, Fifteen and .
Twenty Dollar!, at
GEORGE LEWIS &C0;S
PIONEER CLOAK-HOUSE, .,
Direotly Opposite Postoiaoe.
We are manufacturing all the Fashlnnabl Btyle
at the abore prices, and feel confident that w oaa
alt all who.wlU taror as with call.
REMEMBER THE LOCATION,
OB X7"oist SPoixx-tla. - fat.
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE P08T0FFI0E.
GEO. LEWIS i GO.
w27-aml
Wet As Wilson's
TI1IHTT-D OLL AR
FAMILY SEWIKG MACHINES!
Ufoiorfn FTtoM wai.!yi.tt-st. to
10 WE6X t'UURia-BT., at VViiamU' Ple
turn-tnro.
We fall tha ltonln of f h pnhllo to coma and
examine lhuc Mnrhlnes and aee the simplicity of
thln. This Machine I simple anil Ips lia'ileto
pet ont ornnlor than anr other now bef re the mar.
ket. It will stitch from the flivst to the conrtant
of fabric. Itwillli'e the thread from the oriainal .
spool. 1 can e'l'ch hrnl, tuck, gather, Biak
cord and embroider beautifully.
Call aud get a sample of the work.
OMY TnittTY DOliT.ATtSI
KO. 0 WEST FOOBfiTsT., HKTWKKN TUT
AD WALNUT,
At Wiswell'. Plo-;are..toPe,
cisoj,ati 0H10 ,
or"
ajl M. R. IttnoiiT 6c FI91TJSTU
TfcR. KAHSHNER'S PATENT EI.BC-
Jl TRU-THKKAi-KllTia BATHS. OUKU8
PKBFOItJlKDBYTHKM: Mr. M. hsropltn, BuU
ter Ulerclwint, 213 Central-avenue. Mercurial Affec
tion and pBTnlytdsof the right leg. W A. Sfacey,
Plumb-r, 2M Central avenue, Stricture, partial
Fnrulysisand extreme Nervousness. Jas H White. .
Attorney-at-taw, 260 W ilnut street, ftlinmatlin of
ton enrn stnnrting. M. 8ny,ler, Attorney -at-law,
t'ietierel Debility, catie't d by hard study. John II.
Patrick, Merchant Tailor, 21 Vlne-treet, A"th. :
niatic and Catjirrhal AfTcctinn. Mr. Ilwuston, Tin- .
nor at Dawaen Tln-shop, Oenrgo-street, Asthma,
DyHpepia and nervous proittrtitiitn. Wm. Dio'r,
Carpenter, 4'1 Barrtreet, Palpitation nt the Hart
and flow of blood to the brain. Mr. Adams. Quran
dot, Va Paralysis of tbe entlro right side. Mr.
Dr Wombangh, 2i0 Jtarr-atrect, luclpia Gon.
sumption. MiesKate Doherty, George-Street Cel
lulnr Dropay and nervous debHitv. Mr.. High war
den, rrtfVin, uino, rs!!'ft!s "s" H,-r" -
These Bath, are in aucceiful operation at 414
West Filth-stroet, between Wound and ParkLUndor
therha-geof Dr. N. Smith Boynton, The Doctor T
rofersalltbo willing to try theee Baths to th
above-nameu persoijs, and to many more If desired.
All Chronic and NervoiH Ailment treatod with
equal nccewe Scrofula, Narootlc, and all miuoral
potsona ahtracted from tbe system. Patient, will :
not t ike cold after ttking tbcae bath la theooldost '
weather. Call and get a pamphlet, glvie the
theory and practice of this new mode of treatment.
No other baths like them In the city. Consultitfimi '
free. Offlce hours from 7 A. 31. to 8 P M. Ma.
Boynton will attend to the ladies. For further
particular, call or aiMrce, inclosing stump,
DB. . BM1TH BOYNTON.
oc2g.tr Clneinnatl, Ohio.
Keep yourFeetDryl
TO DO TUIB TOO MUST
GO TO J. II. DETERS'S,
I NO. 53 WEST FOURTH-ST.,
AND GET A PAIR OF HIS WATER
l'ltooK BOOTS. Don't let the fear of exor
bitant prices deter you, as he has markod his price
down ao that thoy can not fail to auit the closest
buyer. no3 1
PORTABLE STEAJI-ENSINES
AND
BOIZiZSZiSt
WARRANTED TO GIYE FOUR
iiOUSE ouwer. aad ooaauiaa two and a half
buflhels of coal perdny.
and Shfifling always on hand.
btenm and Hand Holt tin ff JUaehlnfirr. FuiIoth
Ail K.1UU4 oi fljiiriimerv mnue to order.
JOHN B. MOON FY, aiachlnlPt,
oCT-x ' 110 VVm (Johirabla-rt.
jfp FALL MILLINERY! 5p
i am now opening an entire new atocK or
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
IriKATHKHS, HUKH, CDT AND HJf
' (XT Vclvi ts, Ituchcs, Bluod Lace aud MIL-
LINE AY of every decrrntion.
The atTontlOTi of Milliner Mj oallod to our FNnoh -Pattern
Hat, wholesale and retail.
J. WEIlll, ,TR, '
ell . 154 Flfth-at.
LEVI BROVVtrSGOLD PENS!
IEVI BROWN WAS THB lTRT WAN,.
J IIFAOTUBKB of Uold I'eu in tha Unite.
Htatee,and is distlngnlehed for tbe aaperiorlty of bio
workiaaaililp. Fen tor tal. b:
BJSOG9 SMITH. ,
A Wnst Fourth-.
l14-tf "
Fistula in. Ano Treated
BY T)R . WM. OWENS, WIT BOUT TIIB
Knife or Ligature, b, a now. simple and necu-
linr method of treatment, discovered by himself
about eight years ago, ard which has been at-
icnuea vim coiupieie success in .rory csje. i'T.
OWEfB has bee s eitiaen of Cincinnati fir tho
lest twenty five years, and aasnras the artiicted that
the above Js no humbug, rnr
further, infbrma-
tion, apply at bis office and residence, No. SO West
Htl Wen
O. SO tf
lO'Bi., cincinnaii.
Beeswax Wanted.
THE HIHHEHT ItlARKET PRICE
Paid for Deesw.tY, at all tlmi.8. by
-tn;0. M. DIXON. Prngght,
nol N. H. corner Fifth and Maln-st. '
Sage, Sage.
r:nn ins. fiikxii-ikesskd,
IN
- ii an ana i-iu. nKi.,
10U lb. fiesU-powrlerud. in caps, for sale br
GEO. M. DIXOK, Dm(relst, '
nol ' U. K. corner Fifth and Malu-U.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Pills, .
PCItELT TEOKTABLE, AND PliEAS
ANTtoue. Aiimit'ed to be the best Famitj
Pill in um. Prepared only by
(JliO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
pol N. K. corner Fifth and Main. at.
Lard Pumps ! Lard Pumps ! '
FOR A SUPERIOR. ARTICLE
DUAbS Oil I BUM
LAUD PUMPS
Call on
ocSrt
MCCOI.I.UM,
bet. Vine and Kaoo.
101 Bixth-st.
" English Hardware Paper."
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Bono, Itx V,, 22x32 and lxlA. This tu" t
auparior to any made in thi country, and i oifA
as low a any arti, le of Kaetern or Western aaisa .
factur. For sale by .
tilXOM, CHATFISLD WOODS,
Tailors' Pattern Ppe.
innni' op the best vjai.
fi-UVrvF Ii y on band. Frtulubv
MlioHT "lATFlKi n WOODS,
ocl ' 71 "d 79 Walnut-.trt.
Ruled Cap and Letter Papers.
A I. A ROB AHSORT9IBNTOW HAND,
from Bu. to ftrst cIohm. For sal luw.
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oclt 77 d B Walnut-at.
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jo hbds. Obrdoe Sugar) - - -
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. 60brU. IteltuMl Sugars,. T
In atur and for aai by
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