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r IXICNltV IticKD Ac CO., 7 nireu m laorairrpss. ' OFFICIAL PAI'tll OF THK CITT. MONDAY. . 1)E(!E 'BKll lit The Republican Old Nurses at Washington. Inittotl. It seems to hare been resolved by tlif Tla 'rublicnn party that their tactics In CongTes". should be for every one to cry hash with a ' protracted "sli" on the end of it. The South was supposed to be in such nn explosive con- dition, that a loud word would set it o:T. and then the frngments of "the most glorious Tabric of human government on which th ; sun ever shone'' would he strewn loose ground creation. As a fearful eoul espresso It, in One of the Republican papers, "One single imprudent expression, aud the fires which are slumbering will at once burjt into a Hume." Therefore, every Republican mem ber was to cry hush ah, and to carry his finger on his lip, and speak only in a stage whisper, and go softly cringing about, rub bing his bands, with meek, humble man ner, like a Uriah Ileep, for fear that a loud word would exasperate the South, and then the Union would go to eternal smash. But Senator Hale put his foot on this bumble pie, and asserted that the way to meet the difficulty was to look it in the face. And now the Republican press Is quite unanimous in condemning Mr. Uule for up letting the Republican programme, and touching off Iverson, Brown and WigfUU, and almost blowing up the "most glorious fabric," Ac. Ws are glad that Mr. Hale spoke just when he did, and whit he did. lie told the truth, and said truly that the time demands truth,, and nothing can be gained by its sup pression. If the Union is to go, let us pre serve our manhood. Some Southern Sen ators affected to receive Mr. II ale' u speech as a threat of war, and the Republican press countenances the idea. It was merely a Statement that if the constitutional will of public opinion, expressed through the forms of the Constitution, will not be submitted to, and if war is the alternative, then it must come, and let it come. If this is the Republican position, why not declare it? Has it gone so far that it has be come dangerous to the "most glorious fabric of government on which the sun ever shone," and which we are often told must have been the special work of divine wis dom, to say in the light of day, and in an or dinary tone of voice, that the President who has been elected will be inaugurated, and the Constitution and laws will be enforced? If the Republicans do not intend this, let Mr. , Lincoln resign, and let the Republicans bare their backs and put a whip in their masters hand to lash them naked through the world for doing a thing, the constitutional conse quences of which they dare not speak out Joed. We extract that portion of Mr. Hale's speech which contains the spark" which set the fires in a blaze, and sent a chill to the hearts of the Republicans. No man, North or South, who has a soul of his own, will pretend that it is any thing but the troth, and what he should hare said. Nor does it seem to have been regarded otherwise by the Southern Senators generally : "I do not wish to say a word that would cause irritation or add to the feeliug of bit terness which really exists in the country. Not one. I would bear and forbear before I would say such a word. But I tell you the plain truth that the way is to look the thing in the face and see where we are. And what is the issue that is presented, but that the constitutional will of the public opinion, expressed through the forms of the Constitu tion, will not be submitted to? And if war is the alternative, let it come in any form or in any shape. The Union is dissolved and it cm not be held together as a Union if that U the alternat re upon which we go into an election. If it is pronounced and determined that the voice of the majority expressed through the regular constituted forms of the Constitution will not be submitted to, then, sir, this is not a Union of equals. It is a Union of dictatorial oligarchy on the one Side, and a herd of slaves and cowards on the other. That is it nothing more or less. And this is not a Union of equals." Irreverence of a City Father. As it is related that a man once damned the North Pole, and spoke disrespectfully of the Equator, we might expect that in those 1last days" which according to the Rever end Cumming, the author of "The Great Tribulation" are just about now when scoffers will abound, there would be some pretty tough specimens of blasphemy. Set no one, at least ne Cincinnatian, could have expected such a state of public depravity as that a citizen of this Western metropolis, and "which Is more," a member of our City Council would speak- disrepectfully of the Ohio River water. And yet a city parent said in the Council last week that he re garded this water as about the worst that could be bad. Has it not been shown by the most rigid chemical tests that it is the only water in Southern Ohio in whieh animal life can exist ? And did not scientific analysis show that it may be thick with mud and yet yield less of solid contents than the most limpid stream? Where is there any other water so strong that a gallon will bold half a pint of earth in solution without showing it to the most rigid chemical tests? If there is any thing which a true Cincin natian regards as sacred U is the Ohio River water. The Hindoo does not more venerate the water of the Ganges, nor the Hebrew the Jordan. Nor does the Egyptian sad relic of Abolition ruin I mora rejoice in the Nile, when its annual flood pours its fertilizing mud over the land, than does the Ciuciuna tiaa to the manner-born, In the fluid alluvium' which the Ohio River water pours through all bis internal relations. We cherish its hoe, at low-water like a milkman's com modify reduced to what bomeopathista would call the second power; and ws dis parage the thin and unreal fluid squeezed out of a farrow earth. A nd the chocolate colored mixture of Northern and Southern soil borne in its floods, permeates our systems and be comes part of our substance, until we knew no North nor Sooth, Made of equal parts of tree and slave soil, we xe a conservative, and Union-loving people. The Union we Always bare with us. Whoever assails the Ohio River water as sails the Union within us, and disturbs our 4otnestia aud Internal relations. Is it pos sible that a Cincinnati City Father, who bas . keen 'almost created by this solution of elements, fcnd, nourished by it until be bsj reached the proud estate of a Councilman, can turn and blaspheme th clement of elqjueats that mud him? . A correepondout of a Virginia paper ex- tresttos his belief that Liueula should be urited alive, as was dot with thu vgluh 1 " rdwta Orarww, Kidy Latiiner and Huopor 1 m i,- i . , . - Our National Scent. Our Government has appreciated the iin-. poitnncecfa uniform standard of weights and Dicasures, a uniform unit of currency, and a uniform mode of preparing and keep ing ctnimcrcial statistics. Secretary Cobb bad impressed It upon CoBgresj several times. 'With a view to this, Congress authorized the appointment of a delcjtatetO' the International Statistical Congress, at London, last summer. Secretary Cobb tells Congress that all his brilliant expectations from this were dis appointed. The Hon. A. B. Long-street, of South Carolina, was sent to represent tho United States in this international assembly. But when he got there he found that Inter national Congresses included all colors. A negro delegate came between the wind and his nobility; and what-was worse, the negro attracted the most notice. Whereupon, tho Hon. A. B. Longstreet soceded, like a true South Carolinian, and returned home to re port his wrongs, and the insult to his nation in his person, and to heal his outraged honor with the comfortable pay which, "even in the very tempest of his passion " he did not l'orget to draw in full. As yet Secretary Cobb only reports the failure to Congress, and forwards Mr. Long street's report, and states that his with drawal "received the entire approval of his Government." And we are expected, it seems, to sit down quietly under this national insult this blot upon the Stripc3 and Stars. Why docs not the Administration defy the world in arms for this international world's insult? Or if we arc not to do it, let South Carolina go in nnd do it alone. That would bo a job just suited to her prctensjons. Tut, unfortunately, this is not the darkest shade on our national escutcheon. At the British and French Courts, the ebony Minis ter from ITcyti is received on equal terms with the American Ministers. At the Tuile ries, the Haytien Minister speaks tho lan guage and understands the usages of the Court, in both of which our Ministers have usually been lamentably deficient; conse quently, they regard Haytien civilization as quite superior to that of the United States. If it is an international insult to have a black man sitting in a Congress of all nations, with our delegate, what must it be to have our foreign Ministers mingling socially with the black Minister from Hayti at the Courts of St. James and St. Cloud? It shows the nice scent of our national honor that our international delegate gave up a valuable purpose and abaudoned his mission all except his pay just about the time our national enthusiasm and affec tion and money were so profusely lavished upon 4he inferior colored specimens from Japan, who were probably several shades daikerthan the colored international insult, and far less cleanly. Our national olfactories are too sensitive to be exposed by mingling with the outer world. The snuffs which our foreign Minis ters are constantly compelled to inhale, would hardly be believed. Mr, Flourney in France, bas to endure things that in Vir ginia would make chivalrous blood boil over. And Mr. Dallas has become so accus tomed to it, that he is said to greet the Hay tien Minister rather more cordially than any of the rest. Let us call home our diplo matists by courtesy so called, because they kuow nothing of diplomacy prohibit onr ships from trading with any people who have any "visible admixture," put up a Chinese wall, to fence us in from all contami nation, and sit down in the ashes like Job, with a bottle of the most pungent salts to each nostril, to preserve our nose from insult. Golden Union Belts. It was solemnly announced at Charleston, nearly a month ago, that South Carolina was now practically out of the Union. It was repeated from day to day, and the dis tance between her and the Union was stated as regularly increasing. Her Federal officers and Congressmen resigned amid the most tremendous enthusiasm, thus cutting off all chance of reconciliation or negotiation. The Union flag was not permitted to fly in her barber, indicating that a state of war be tween the two "nations" existed. The prayer for the President was suppressed from the formula because it recognized a United States. But at the meeting of Congress every South Carolina Representatire took his teat, and the next day he marched most loyally up to the Treasury of the United States, with his certificate as a member of the Congress of the United States, signed by an officer of the United States, and there received $2,500 in gold bearing the eagle of the United States, and not the rattlesnake of South Carolina, with rattle sprung. It is singular that United States gold should hare a charm to soothe the savage breast that could not endure that the United States should be named in a prayer. It shows that the Union still has charms for a South Car olinian, if it comes in proper shape. The Irrepressibles. see journals applauding the President's state ment of the causes of the V-roubles of the country, when be specifies that the cause for secession is the denial to the South of the right to take their slaves into the Territories, and to be protected in holding them there, and the refusal to submit to the decision of the Supreme Court declaring the same. He puts the responsibility on the Donglas party, and yet Uie Douglas journals Indorse and applaud his statement. This would seem to be a most praiseworthy spirit of humiliation and repentance. But the President shows that the only possible way to save the Union Is to recede fiom their rebellion against the decisien the Supreme Court, and admit the right the slaveholder to the protection pf bis property in the Territories; and yet they declare the.r determination never to submit to it. - This certainly is a short cut to self conviction. They plead guilty to the Presi dent's charge, and then announce their determination to persist in their course, al though be shows that the Union can not exist if they do. . A COHSTIT-TIOH-Ii MoIABCBT IK THS CoT- to Statu. A correspondent of the Colum bus (Ga ) Tinut advocates that the proposed Southern Confederacy shall be organized as a "Constitutional Monarchy." Republican ism, be thinks, bas been tried and found wanting, and the only safety of the South is In a "strong government." A correspondent of the Mnqutrer, published at the same place, thinks that if the South wants a king, it should "get a descendant of George the Third." Mr. Bartow, a secession leader in Georgia, advocates a "strong, consolidated government," and the abolition of all State GorwBBienta in the Southern Confederacy. Y here are we drifting? Heoestion is bad enough what will follow It? "Thus bad U , gias, and were remains behind." The Disunion Prophets. . The Frosbyteriun Synod of South Caro lina bos officially exhorted the State to go out of the Union at once, and promises the blefsing. of God on tlie movement, as fol lows: "The Synod has no hesitation, therefore, in expressing the belief that the people of Bonth Carolina are now solemnly called on to imitate their Revolutionary forefathers, and stand up for their rights. We have an humble and abiding confidence, that that God, whose truth we represent in this con flict, will be with vs, and exhorting onr Churches and people to put their trust in God, and go forward in the solemn path of duty which his Providence opens before them, we, Ministers and Elders of the Pres byterian Church in South Carolina Synol sssemlled, would gie them our benedic tion, and the assurance that we shall fer vently and unceasingly implore for them the care and protection of Almighty God. ' SMTClotblng renovated and repaired, 89 B. Third, mr A. A. Itst , Clock!, Watches aol JeweltTi Eos. MS and J71 Central-avenua. Wedding and Visitinn Cards. Ensraved and Printed, SnJsand rressesj Do La Hue bU.tiou.rr and KnmiKT4 HMrm, nnMun to 11. H. Nlilnley A Urn..) - !I4 Wert Fourth-!' rent. SPECIAL NOTICES. Bf-B.jnnN MtTBPnV IS A CANDI DA! K for I he oltire of NTHKKT (MIMMINRTONKR. For the city of Covington, By., at the January elec tion, 1P6I. d-.Vf W- JLaBEFflKK NOTICING A PATENT JPs!a We'licine, we liavn to be convinced thit it v illjuovo itself to be all that it in recomim uded. And we would say tha' the ReBtoriUfvo Cord;:)l and Ulood Kenovator of Prof. Wotd will stand the t.A fully, and in fr.t-t it 1 without any doubt tbn first article in market for Purifying the Blood and atrvngtbenlnx the n)Rtem. Wo hve no hesitation in recommending its use to d'1. no2-MWl bm TETTER I TETTER! TETTER! Cmnton Vam.ev, Clinton Co , O., 1 ucceinuer t, imu. j Mb Solon Palmv-h Dear Sir: I hare boon ':ning your Vegetable C"Sim-tio Iiot'nn, for Tetter, and it in the only thing that I enn get (hat does me auv good. 1 am out of it, and can not get it. Can y-u .end me eome? Xonn truly, jQfjEvn TMb lotion is not only the bout thing In the w rid for Trtrer, bm it Is the bost article ever mwie for KmptionB of the Face, and evir kicd of Cutunroua D is twee, wherever located. Prepared only by SOLON PALM Kit, Perfumery and Famly-inedicino Dpot, to. 36 Wtst Fourth-fit., And for pale by DrneruMflta generally. dfl HOLIDAY TRADE! Ianic Prices! At No. 1G West Fourth-street. TO CONTINUE UNTIL JAN. 1, 1SG1. HAVING EXPECTED A HEAVY Ii'hII Trada. we fteleoted the most com Dletd jtudiincflt Block of Watches, Diamonds, Chains, llracehitfi, etc., that watt ever offered in this market. But the times have no fgreatly dinup pointed us that we have concluded to reduce our entire Block to COST PRICES. ThiB reduction wilt enable all to furnlnh them- H-i'H with articles of a miierinr oualltv in our bti.-.i- lifHS, at prices which will justify them lh the midst vi BUcii a financial rinis m me prnen. Among our stock will be found: Fine Gold Watches; Diamond Bin?; Silver Watches; Diamond Pius; American Watches; Gold Spec I tides; Gold Chains; Silver Thimbles; Kecklnces; Gold ThimMes; Solid and Plated Silver Sets, &c. HENRY P. ELTAS, NO. 16 WEST FOBRTH-STRSST. dc'J-f J SCOTCH AND IRfSU WHISKIES. i VINE-STREET, Opposite National Ball. ft SCOTCH AND IltrSH WIIIS- feSOCU KlJitt. of the choicest brauda. DAWSON AND MITCHELL'S, HABVEY 8 HIGHLAND MALT, GLEMLIVAT, AND BUSHMILL S' IBIS a WHISKY, If yon want bottle or gallon of good Scotch, Irifta or Bourbon Whisky to huve in your house lor llio Hn,i.tMi. then no to tha "CALEDONIAN KM AlihS," aastl their Liquor are put up, umh-r their own supervision ; ar warranted genuine, and tchiU they are rtwegenled to be. doo Ladies' Fun at Panic Prices. We are now rereivlns larae additions to onr stock of LADIES' FUK8, selected by one pf our firm New York, since the J'anie.and bought VUK UASI1, At t-TrAfriii,u!v LOW I'KICKH. eo that we are ahle to offer such RA RGAINS as are rarely t be found. Our stock is fuller and more complete than at aer time this season. Choice Set HUDSON'S BAT SA ILK. M IN h SABLE. STON K M A KTKN, F1T(JH and all other Fanhionable Furs, at tower prices than you nave ever seen i nem. T0WH.R3 t CO., Fur Store, dc 119 Main-sireot. Broadway Novelties. 91MT We are in receipt, by American Express, th latest Broadway styles of SOFT HATS young gentlemen. Also, all that is new in GAPS, TOWERS dc CO., nolS 140 Maln-rt. MADAME AI.WIX. Wh 1U PERHON8 WISHING isJ5 know ihetr future aroeperls. can bave them correctly stau-d by Madam A L WIN, at 10 Tmirtti.al...frnr tm It. tin. whera she mar b suited on all matters eoucernlna Iot, marriage. courtships, law mature, business anaira, ana wiuiei, tlie name of the lady or gentleman tboy will marry also the name oi nf Ti.iuim. awi - KS $55. S3 JLADD WEBSTER & CO.S Sewing Machines I rSNWJTYL JUST ISSUBD as& liiii-nii uuluu. 0rsa. WW 0U1 sa sw then at 88) West roartta-st. laul-tf 1 DOCTOR AYER, SO Weat X"o-u.x"tla.-st. BETWEEN MAIN AND WALNCT, 1 - I IriTl f T1 BPKRnY AND PER. K5 MANXNT CUBES of 0ATABS.H, ASTfif Ml, TBBOAT. JjUNQ. BIAB't AMD LIVKB COMPLAINTS and other CD.BONIC DISEASES, Tb " Atrian System of Car " Is something S)rl diftotcnt from th modes usual! tmploysd, and it success Is most astonishing. CONSULTATION JBliB. Price within leach of alL Patient who can not tak " stron medicine " will and this new method admirably suited to the at. From tb very beginning of m of th medielnat th salient teals their salutary biSuonos, and Is better enabled te pursu his busi ness. Tha Seot is aeraianeui. KaW is th rurabt seasos for using then, , ; , 17-S HAIEHflYIW' l SIiIUkS 199 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS in of for TO i AT th th most GREAT REDUCTION 111. Prices ! THE ENTIRE STOCK OF DRY GOODS At prices to suit tho times, at Bcland &Gossage's, WEST FOURTHS T. PRINTED WOOL DELAINES! At S3 cents. KXTHA FUSE DELAINES At 3r cents. FIKE QUALITY TBINTED FB. MKRINOES, At 115 cents. EXTRA CniKTZ COLOBED MEBINOES, At 75 cents. STILL FIKliB MEBINOES, At $1. FAKIR VETOURS AND EEPPTS, At 75, h7!i cents and i I -very cheup. TLAIN FBKNCH MERINOES, At SO, fi'l'i and 75c. ALL-WOOL REPPT MKRINOES HE AY VT AND FINE At 91 and $1 25. Cheap Embriderlcs and Laces! Cambric and Swiss Collars, Breakfast and Evoning 8ets, New style Gents' Colored border Hem-Btitch Hand kerchiefs, Ladies' Embroidered Hundkerchicfs, Lace Sets, etc. etc. etc. CLOAKS AND SHAWLS! Bleb Black Cloth Clonks, new style.. ....8S to 810 Extra flue do., in the latest novelties. .$14 to 8i0 Wool Loug and Hquare Shawls, Slienes' Cloaks-rail sizos, Misses' Shawls and Jackets. Gentlemen's Traveling Shawls! PB1NTED FLANNELS AND MERINOES For Gentlemen's Dressing gowns. DRESS SILKS! CHECK SILKS At 33 cents. PLAID AED FANCY SILKS. At 50, 6SS.V, 5c. Ladies', Gentlemen's and CLlldron's HOSIEBY! Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's MFBIKO SniRTS AND DRAWERS. A full stock of ZEPHTB WOOL HOODS, KUBIAS, SLEEVES, ETO. ETC. DELAND & G OSS AGE, U and 76 West Fourth-st. IdiO-bl u NPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION AT THE STORE Olf COLE & HOPKINS. During the present week, owing tothc extraor- dinar? depfefMon in ths morcy market, we Vf re enabled to buy for ca.-han IMMENSE STOCK of very fanhionable and desirable Good! at a TEBBI- BLE SACB1FICE, and will open on Monday Morning, Dec. lO, 8,000 YDS. PRINTED ALL-WOOL UE- LAINES, at 37,'s cents. 0,000 YDS. ALL-WOOL FRENCH HIE- KINOES, all colors, at SO cents. .1,200 YDS. PRINTED ENGLISH ME BINOES, mottled grounds, chintz figures, Sac. 15,000 YDS. AMERICAN PRINTS, AT ii'A cental 80,000 YARDS "BIT" PRINTS, AT 8'i cents. 600 WOOLEN SHAWLS, SQUARE AND LOIMi. 100 MISSES 4-4 FINE SIIAWLS, AT 75 ceute. t-rl'ER DAMASK TABLE LINENS, AT 37 6 ceuts. 5 TAMES 4-4 WAMSCTTA BLEACHED SUIBT1NG, soli finish, at Vi cents. 3 CASES CINAHAM UMBRELLAS, AT Great Bnrsnln. la Handkerchiefs, Em broideries, Ilonlvry and Glove. These prices are only induced by the present agi tation, and are lower than during the Panic of 1857, affording a vcav Unusual OrpoaTUNiTT to buy less than the cost of production. COLE & HOPKINS, de . COBNEK FIFTH AND VINE-STS. CHEAP DRESS GOODS -roB- Holiday Presents! 0" We have recently purchased large lota of glith, French and American Dress Fabrics, which ws offer at very low prices. JOHN SIIILLITO & CO., 101, 103 AND 105 WEST FOUBTH.STBBET di--f?dp CLOAKS I CLOAKS! CLOAfS.1 Great Bargains in SHAWLS. CLOAKS. KLtaiKT Lyons Velvet, SHAWLS. CLOAK?. Sun M altisi, $25 j SHAWLS. CLOAKS. Buvu; SHAWLS. CLOAES. Douust SHAWLS. CLOAKS, Cloth, f 6 and upward ; SHAWLS. CLOAKS. Paletots, Saquu ; SHAWLS. CLOAKS. Alans, all colors; SHAWLS. CLOAKS. Zouati Jackets. SHAWLS. CLOAKS. -ALSO- SHAWLS. CLOAKS. A full line of low-priced SHAWLS. CLOAKS. medium 8H aWLS. SHAWLS. ( MISSES BAIBD, deS-f 118 WEST FOURTH -ST. THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE CLOHK HOUSE IN TOWN S T H3 33 J3 S DO Firtlx-ssttx-eot, IS A PLACE WHKIE OOOD CLOAKS an be bought at lAlrt PlUUha, wkbuut mis representation, and, therefore, the best of places Bsing EECXueivsi.Y In the Cloak Trade, the !ars est TaFletr of UNDOUBTEDLY. FAHIlloNAULI BITLkS an be lound at thia astahlishment, prices which can But be ootixttad with. Call See fur youlselvea. . , . . Hollo " ha wlarapraMBtatloa to (fast salas." de-J JUST ARRIVED XTrom Paris and Berlin, A large assortment of the most magalHcsnt fancy Articles, of th lateat styles, suitable for Holiday PMeuta,at SiBS. KUBLMAn S, 4o f Ko. 149 Fuurth-st., bt. X and Hot. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. at , to at aud CHEAP CABLES! FOR THE HOLIDAYS. CHEAPER THAN EVER. We will offer on MONDAY, Det-cnt'ier ID, nn en tire new stock of Dress an1 Fancy Goods, bought last woe k at A loss of 40 per cent, to the Importer. 40 Pieces French Merinoes! At SO cents usually sold at 75. 50 Ts. Chintz Figured Merinoes! At 75 conts cheap nt 81 'i8. CO PS. EXTRA FIGUPED MERINOES! At$l-clioapat flUT. H.OOO CHINTZ FIGURED DSLAIR2S! At 25 cents worth SO. 2,500 Yards Extra Figrnrcd Delaines At 30 rents-worth 60. ENGLISH DBLAINES1 At 134 cents. 3,000 Yds. lienutifnl Poplins, At 20c worth 40c BOO Tcs. 4-4 French Chintzes, At 14,'iic. worth 30c G Caees ICnglinh Calicoes, At SHc. worth l'ic. 200 Dozen Ribbed Wool Hose, At 20c worth 3J.'e. Embroideries, Laces, and Fancy Goods, SUITABLE FOR THE HOLLIDAYS! AN IMMKNSK STOCK OP Cloaks and Shawls! Cheaper than any thing in tho market. Together with a large Btock of AND- HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS! Those in want of the above Goods, will do well to examine our stock whlls it is full and complete. WEATHERBY'S! No. 112 Fiah-st. doo.o FETWEEN VINE AND RACE. CLOAKS! CLOAKS! CLOAKS! t T-i- Whoever wishes to purchase a Cloak of GEO. LEWIS &C0. Pioneers of the Cloak Trade v IN CINCINNATI, Will take particular notice that their store Is DI BECTLY OPPOSITE THfc POBTOl'KIOK, adjoin ing the Drng-store of Bulre, Eckstein A Co. To be sure that you are In the right place (and LEWIS'S is the right place), yon will see Ladies' Khocs in one window and Cloaks in the other. Get the location fully fixed in your minds : DIRECTLY OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. Geo. Lewis & Co., THE OLDEST AND MOST EXTENSIVE CLOAK.-1IOISE IN THE WEST. tde9-tfj DODGE'S PATENT IMPBOVKMENT IN Orates &c Stoves This LATENT can be applfed to ANT GBATE, old or new. The ST0VE8 containing the patent give the same pare heat obtained from a grate, and can be shipped to any point. They will out-last half-a-dozen com mon stoves, and only use half tha fuel to make a room comfortable in every part. Any one who re gurda liEALTii worth preserving, courosT worth having, or economy worth attention, should secure this improvement at onca. In short, any one who ia on friendly terms with blm or herself, will get DODGE'S PATENT in their grates, or got the Pat. ent Stovoi. Address the Proprietors, JOHN B. RYAN & CO., Or leave orders at Eagle Stove Store, de9-o No. IT West Flfth.st. FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS! LITTLE PET'S SCARLET ALPHABET BLOCKS. These Indestructible Blocks have been prepared for the especial benefit of the little children. Thoy will prove a constant source of pleasure and profit, They ara decidedly superior to-any thing of the same kind ever before made, and are absolutely In destructible. " B is for Bull, as round as can be, Aud also for Blocks, yon can easily see." Price f 1 i also, smaller style, 75 cents. Geo. S. Blanchard, de-b 3 WEST FOURTH-ST. STERLINGJEXCHANGE. DRAFTS IN LAROR OR BYI ALL urns on Lurdon ana Dublin, ptjble. in all the principal town of ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, , . IRELAND, " , ' WALES. For sale by . James F. Meline & Co., Doll-tdecUldf IT West Third -at. COT AMD CAMPBDSTADS. aTWAVOH'8 PATH NT CAMP AND IN- hV VALID COT BICDSTKADS A superior artl cle, suitable nr hotels, boardius ana private houses, offices, stores, watering places, emigrants, steam boats, asylums, army, eio. Tur are inada of good material; very compact; weigh about twenty sounds : Ibid op la euch a way that they require very Utile room to atow away, aud cau ba taken Sows aud put up Id leas time thea any cot now ue. Ordfe ref-ived at the ortloe of the Ohio Life Insurance Company, St4 Weal Thiid-at., where Uiey eau U aaeu. , B IC M at V X, Asoul. JdeSleod NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. In TRBIEioIS aYd ALARMGI UNPRECEDENTED SACRIFICB ! Fresh Arrivals! AND Still Greater Reduction ! GOODS MUST EE SOLDI AND To fell Them, We Will Offor Them at Prices that Will Brook Wo Competition ! AND STAND WITHOUT A RIVAL! HAVINO ADDED IjAH GET.T TO Om immense anil fittraftivo stnek, we nro uow bot tor prcpnrpd to offer at 111 Rroa tor reduction in all kinds of Dry Ooods than in last advertisement ; for haviup puivhftsptl the greater portion of our Winter Htock aMhw t'losinK-out Sales of the Importer, at nn immense Bacritice (and not through an eloction panic, we are enabled tooficr them at the following prices. N. B All Goods advertised will he found at onr CHtnblichmpnt, and agreeing in every Instance with the following pricos ; SHAWLS. Bolil for ATo. 30. Now for. Sen Troche Lonr Shawls SI2 SO $' no 2'uBrovho Super. Shawls II 50 10 N) Jim Square Shawls 8 ,V 8 (Kl UO Square Khawla 10 50 6 50 3l!0 Sonare Woo) Shawls 3 10 2 23 21 0 Square Wool Shawls 4 25 2 7S 8i 0 Dlankot Wool Shawls 00 3 7!i 2r,0 Children's Shawls, t-4 all wool 100 fft 8(AI Gents' Shawls, all wool. 7 SO 4 60 CALICOES. fifOpcs Calico, warranted fast colors.. 10 '( 800 pes. Manchester and American ' 12.!i BJi VALBNOIAS. 2(0 pes. Valencia 25 121 left pes Ca limere, doutde width , 80 31 tO PCS. .:Hmilt'10, UOUOIO W1UM1, CA- trn line 2 3.1 100 pes. Caishineie, single width 37 25 100 sets Furs, worth 7 50 3 50 100 sets Furs, worth 10 00 5 75 20(i palrB Blankets, 10-4 4 00 2 oo 150 pairs lllankets, tl-4 6 50 2 75 225 pairs lllankets, 12-4 7 50 4 00 5 cases BU-ached Musllu 6'4 3 cases ( anton Flannels 11 S 5 cases ( nuton Flanneis 12 10 100 pes. Flannels, assorted colors, all wool 1 35 25 200 Brown Linen Cloths 1 00 A5 son Wnnl Covers 1 75 1 20 lcm ncs. Tweed, for Boys' wear 37'4 15 60 pes. Sattiuet 62 4 37 Tn . nr. nAK TiUPAWTMENT wo call esneclal attention, as every Novelty of the Season, In this branch of our business, can bo purchased trom ns at 30 per cent, below any other house this side of the Allegheny Mountains. GIVE US A CALL AND JUDGE FOB Y0US 8ELVES. S. O'Heilley & Son, deJ-g SEVENTH AND CENTBAL-AV. West & Wilson's $30 DOUBLE LOCK-STITCH FAMILY SEWING MACHINES I NO. rO WEST FOUttTH-ST., Between Vine and Walnnt-ets at Wiswell'a PIo turo-store. WE ASK TUB PUBLIC TO CALL AND examine these Machines and see them per form. Wo warrant them to give entire satisfaction ; If not, the money will be refunded ; bo there is no risk to run in buying them. They work with a straight needle, and will stitch as well on thick as on thin cloth. Cull and get a circular and sample of tha work at 70 West Fourth-st., Cincinnati, Ohio. no25 BI. R. It Y BOLT Ac FISHER. SIGNS OF THE TIMES I SIGNS! C. T. FORRISTALL, AT 133 VINE-STREET, Corner of Burnet, up stairs, is prepared to Paint ALL KINDS OF SIONS, BANNEBS, AJSD PICTORIAL WOBK GENBBALLY, On short notice and on the' mwt reasonable terms. AU Work QUarstnteed. DON'T FORGET NO. 132 VINE. nolS-tf DK. SILSBEE'S OFFICE AND INFIRMARY, FOB DISEASES OF THE SKIN, DISORDERS OF WOMEN, RHLUMATISM, SECONDARY SYPHILIS, AND Chronic Complaints In General. 57 West Seventh-st., between Walnut and Yine Twenty years experience in the practice of At mopatliFjUHtiHea Dr. S. in calling tlie attention of th Vrff8isiou and pulJic to tlie use of Vapor, Sul phur, Mercury, Arsenic, Iodine, Alkaline, Acid and iUectro-cheiuical Baths, In the treatment of disease, w de4-tn Fiie Cigars. SUT.TANA, nENRV CI. AT, PPNCH, Juhn Bell, Etlwa.nl Everett, Vocahoutas, Ba nana, Sirifnilar, llouut Vernon, Oregon, Kigitro, La franco, Washingtuu and other popular brands, inukers, please call on J. W. HANNAFORD, DniERlst, de9-o S. W. corner Ceutral-av. and Sixthst. Whisky. OT.D BOURBON WHISHT, PRO KOUNllD y counoiSHfurs equal to any ia the city, tor sale In any quantity hy J. W. HANNAFORD, Dnumlst, de9.o 8. W. comer Oeutral-aT. and Siath-st. Chapped Hands. arxIIAPPftn fT A N 1) 14 ARE KlfHI.T cuied by a few applications of Ilaunaford's Aromalio KmuUine," prepared only by the under signed, and warrunted to lie the best article for th. ...i.i I 7 u , vui L.mir, H......1.. pill ai'iu. u- ... iin.'i'i ruiiu, vi ui.ij dit-c 8. W cor. Oentral-av. aud Siath.st, Liquid Rennet. f IQUID RENNET, F9R MAKING, IN mU a lew minutes, blip. Junket, Frugolao, etc. The convenience and nicety of this article over the former trouhleboiu. and uncertain way uf prepar ing these delicious desserti, will recommend it out, to all who use it. ror sale or tDWAHU SCAN LAN A CO., Druggist., North-east corner Fourth and Maiu-dlreeta. deD-cl , , Superior Olive Oil. EELICTID DBANDS, IN GLASS. ' BOBDKAOZ. TTIBOIN OIL OP AIX-iUAHTS W " Virgin Oil of Bull "quarts ; " Darton a uuesiier quarts, ' Alexandre Kyuuem "quarts "Bellua "quarts and pluU, MABSKILLKS. " Plagnlol 'Vuuarts and pints; ' Baclgalupi "quarts and pint. NICK. " Bonnla Preres " nart and pints. In .torA bhH l,.r aula bV ADWAHD SCAN LAN A CO., Druggists, NortU-aast aorner Fourth and Meln-sts. ' deS-a wwPNNHVI.VANfA RITf'KVHRT.-AN. M. 0 lilr.lt large lot of geuuiue Feunitylvaiila yini kaheat jut received, aud fur sale by jrfcni.u. pun, corner niuiu ana viue wUKnll PINKtrM.KHINOLANHJAltg BV A lot of this delicious article Juki reoeived, J afeuuoua, coruer oi mutM deV ar All. nil. aa CENTS. ( II A I. OIL, W VI ....,. will, lite latest liupr uiproved C( olliu. Huruer, from fifty ceuu upwaiii. Also, Miaaea, d. Whk.. t pruitues, Diivuii ew. Itiuth i Viue. I bOK'ti, turner do NEW ADVERTISEMENTS at aud auu NEW HOOKS. RICKEY, MALLORY & CO., No. 73 West Fourth-st. LAVINIA A Novel, thor of " Dr. Antonio," ' vol. 12mo. (1 2D. By G. Rufflnl, ftti Lorenio Bononl." On HOME BALLADS AND POEMS. By John O. Whittier. One vol. 75 cents. LEGENDS OF TIIE MADONNA As Rep- rrscntrd In the Fine Arts. 11 y Mrs. Jamison. One) Tel., bine and gold. 79 cents. THE RECREATIONS OF A COUNTRY PARSON. One Tol. 12mo. Kl. AN ESSAY ON PROFESSIONAL ETH ICS. By George Sharswood. One vol. (1, RAILWAY PROPERTY A Treatise on the Construction and Management of Railwaya, designed toiffbrd Useful Knowledge to the hold ers of this class of proporty, as welt as to railway officers, managers and agents. By John B, Jer Tls. One toI. 12mo. SI. EVERETT'S WASHINGTON. Holiday Edition. Printed at the Riverside Press, on tinted paper, with Portraits of Washington and Everett. One vol., Svo. $3. THE VOCABULARY OF PHILOSOPHY Mental, Moral and Metaphysical. By William Fleming. With an Introduction, Chronology of the History of Philosophy, brought down to I860; Biographical Index, Synthetical Tables, and other Additions, by Chas. P. Krauth, D. D. Oua volume 12mo. 81 75. THACKERAY'S FOUR GEORGES. Lec tures en the Four Georges. By W. M. Thackeray. One vol., 12mo. Cloth. "Do. A KNOWLEDGE OF LIVING THINGS. With the Laws of their Eiistenee. By A. N. Bell, A M. One vol. $1 i dev-b SPECIAL NOTICE, In order to accommodate the people, and increase our Cash Sales, we now offer to take all Currency that is not quoted over 10 per cent, dis count, at par for Goods in our' line, at our usual cash prices. NO HUMBUG. T. W. SPEAGUE & CO.,' tailors 'an b fctbrpiEns, O S. E. CORNER OF F AND VINE-STREETS.1 lul-tfj LIFE X3JOtJXl-a.lrOU MUTUAL. BENEFIT-, LIFE INSURANCE QOMPAST, OP NEWARK, N. J. CINCINNATI AGENCY ESTABLISHED IMS. Ket'accnmnlatlon of assets 1st June, iw 83,343,04 Total claims by death, paid to 1st of Jime.ltw 9,303,03s Total claims by death in Cincinnati, were j uu,vuw Annual Dividend declared 1st January, I860, Fortyaflvo 3?or Oont. ffIS CONSKHVATIVB COMPANY -Sl etinflnes its bualnaas exclusively to healthy ' male lives. All who take Policies prevlons to 1st of January. 18G1, will receive the Annual Dividend one year sooner than if their applications ara withheld until alter that date. lniormation, pampniets ana tables rraely supplied without charge, and applications solicited by tha undersigned. junn w. iiaktwjll.1i. arena. H. A. CLASS O 111), Loral Secretary. No. A Public Landiner. Dr. J. F. Whim. Medical xaminer, no21-t jal West Fourth-street. Banviso Sc liing-, TAILORS AND CLOTIIIEBS, 171 Main-st, let. Fourth and Fifth, VAAVVAX1iiaiA VXllls RPADT.!rTATE ovkhcoats, frock COATS, l'AKIS, VESl'S, Ac, of the beat ma terial and workmanship. ' ALSO Cloths. Cassfmeres. Vestlnsrfl and Over coatingB, of the lateat styles, to make to order. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. - r1e7-rlMpl BOOTS AND SHOES. : I HAVE :OW ON HAND A FULIj AS buKXJlKNI of Winter Boots and Kboes. FOR MEN'S WEAR. ALSO, NEW STILES OP OVEBSUOES, POX Ladled and Gentlemen's Wear. Understanding th neoeaaityof kping np with i ie timea. I have reduced niv Drir.en. au that ttiev can nut full to suit tlie clonent buyers, and will ft- deavur to iuit luy cualomera ia every rtmpoct. J . n. DETEJ1S, de7 53 Veet Fourth-at. ElECIBIO BATHS. "SrvH . KAR8HNEIt.S PATENT ELBO- Mt TB1C BATUS-t'or the cure of Nervous aud Cbronlo DisaHses: removes all mineral aud other . poisons irom me system. , 1. 1, uiuife, vu iu.iuiciiiv, di viiviniuaiB m i 1 here is nothing unnleasant in their administra tion. Water blood-beat and bathlug-ourreut grad uated so aa to be agreeable to the uioet aeneltiva person. . " Ohice, 414 West Fifth. St., under the rharga of Dr. N. BM1TU BOYNTON. Open every day, from . 7 A.M. to 8 P.M. Consultations free. jnrs. DitisiUfl win aneuu mj tne iaui.. , Ko danaer of takiua cold alter these baths In tha coldest weather. Call and set a pamphlet, gi'lSj cases performed by them. deS i PITTSBITRO AND WHEEMNIJ HANIL hOTAB 'CAKEsT AT PAtt i'orl 0IAL, Ao. We will receive Notes on the above Banks at par, for all articles In our liue, at lowest pru. . CANFIELD "jTbERTBAM, ! DIALXBS IN Coal and Coke, Flr-brlck and Clay. Offlca and Yard, 19T last Front-at., south aide, between Butlor-st. and Miami Canal. "Constantly on hand a supply of YonKhloghenv, each urchara, iuuui iki narvoru unr whu s . I ly Mauuntcuuwi ana atcneeeport voae; rick noS7-s , LlTTLKllUllY'H Celebrated Everf-on' Toffy.- THI8CELEBRATBD J?'" 'rCI.E.WEl.1. knowua.au eacelleut liuur, u6a Couaha, Oulds. A.thiua, and all ooui plaints teudnlu.r' Cou.uiaptioa. Im now being prepared In propt j1! only at LIT TLKBU hY rl, Sfxth-st . Jdooren CoutrHl-av. . aiho, ni. unexcelled AfinM-tcanVTlt.ay.-lt11-"1 mv, uw uiNtawiteu .MlKUt, ta.r ni. ulne article. 1 'Tr r' a IIMKPU SALMON, tVCJVA ft. ltereHheadsoff)i(1.4 kitta Kai ' a and H kitts No. 1 Balmum &, A , K iH SeuuinearUcle. N 1 ' ' a HI' Mac: kitu Bp' ed 6i 1 III II. ait bttsUoiial fUealer HulLdisLar In v d to hi bk ' .,-4 iU ' HOT i t 'f 4 71 Hi V f r