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11KN11Y REED ek CO, ntMiut nonimH UtDNEllV. MOV KM HB 6 Thi (7azi I not so it lay proring that the Constitution of the United States Created a nationality and not a confederacy, with a riew to an argument against the Tight of Secession. Then what, in the name cf Heaven, is it proving it for? General Fremont-His Removal. the circumstances, the removal of General Fremont, which, according to the dispatches of to day, has taken place, will produce deep sensation throughout the country. Whatever may be his want of qualiBcatinns for the place to which he was appointed, they are no justification ot the course which has been pursued toward him by the Administration. Disqualification is no excuse for proceedings which are in tended to disgrace and humiliate ; and the treatment to which General Fremont has been subjected will do more to alienate the people from the Administration, and render them indifferent to the cause, than any event that has occurred. Whatever may be the military abilities of General Fremont and of these we have never bad an exalted opinion he has, so far as the public is aware, on all occasions con ducted himself honorably. If he has not done very well, it is not proved that he has done willfully wrong. If he has not ex hibited tha qualities of great General, he has not had an opportunity to show that he does not possess them ; and we do not won der that his subordinate officers were willing to lay down their commissions when the or der came by which be was not only super seded, but, as far as the Government was able to do it, disgraced. Had General Fremont been an officer of the regular army, and had our regular army possessed the esprit du corpt which is charac teristic of the soldiery of warlike nations, sot one officer in it would retain his com mission until to-morrow. But we have no army. In its rank and file, oar army is, upon good authority, a mob; and in its offi cers it is an anarchy. Faction is obliterate irg that Benee of honor which to cherish has always been thought the peculiar duty of tbe military gentleman ; and administrative incompetency is doing all it can to awaken and keep alive the factionary spirit. What we are coming to it is difficult precisely to guess; but there is enough in the present to excite for the future the gravest apprehensions. [From the New York Tribune. Nov. 4.] The Return of General Scott-Impromptu Ovations by the Way-Salutes with Cannon Ovations by the Way-Salutes with Cannon and Greetings by Crowds-A Worn-out Veteran's Return Home. In painful contrast with the acclamations . with which tbe warrior Wiofield Scott was hailed as be rode through tbe city on the occasion of bis departure tor Mexico, fifteen years ago, was the return of an old, decrepit veteran, on Saturday night, who feebly walked with tottering steps to his carriage, and was rapidly driven through the city. For years and years he has been a resident of New York, and bis martial form, tower ing above those of ordinary men, never failed to attract tbe attention of citizens or strangers. But with all tbe prestiue which bis battles and career attached to him, be ' was never watched with more reverence and affection than on Saturday night by the hundreds of people who braved the pelting . storm to see bis last return home from the seat of war; and among the crowd many an eye moistened, and many a kind greeting . was nttered as tbe feeble old man, upheld by two servants, and followed by some of tne higtest dignitaries of tbe land, came out of the car and entered his carriage. Lieutenant-General Scott, Commander-in-Chief of tbe Army, in his fall physical vigor, inspired respect and awe ; but, retired from all official station, enfeebled by age, and dragging. his limbs wearisomely along, the worn-out warrior moved all hearts with sympathy and affection. Whatever his shortcomings or his political weaknesses may have been, bis bitterest enemies, if there were any in tbat crowd, conld bardly have failed to regard him as tbe self-sacrificing Mtriot, the wise councilor, whose words. deeds and example hare beta's tower of ' strength to tbe nation since tbe outbreak of to is wicked rttiuoD, and tne snont or wel come wi'b wbich be was hailed was asbeirty and honest as ever was given to mortal man. It was tbe universal opinion tbat tbe General would have been compelled by tbe violent storm to stop at Harrisburg or some other place on bis route, else, instead of some bundled, many thousands of people would bave met him in Jersey City and in New York. , On Saturday morning, at five o'clock. General Scott left Washington in a special train, in company with bis staff, tbe Secre taries of War and the Treasury, and a num ber of other distinguished gentlemen. Ma- jor-General McClellan, wiin his stuff, went - to tbe depot to take leave of him; and tbe scene of leave taking is described as having been veiy affecting. The train consisted of a passenger sleeping-car and one baggage car, botb, as well as tbe engine, being taste fully decorated with flags. At Baltimore no stoppage was made, beyond what was ne . ' oessary to transfer tbe train by horse power from one part of tbe city to the other. Tbe 1 apage car was drawn by four fine horses, and the passenger-car by six splendid amxoala, all of tbem being decked out with lit tle Mugs. A fine collation was served np in the car on the route to Baltimore, of which the Ge brral partook to a very moderate ex tent. From Baltimore to Harrisburg tbe people turned out at every station, and sa luted tbe train with cannoa and enthusiastic cheers. Frequently tbe popular clamor roae so biph that tbe General was carried to the platform to bow his acknowledgments. ' The train reached Harrisburg at half-past eleven o'clock, and the whole par'y, except tbe General, went to the bouse of Mr. Gam eron's brother to dine. A great popular dem onstration was made, and tbe General was obliged to be carried ont once more to tbe door so tbat tbe throng could catch a part . ing glimpse of him. At twelve o'clock the train started, veiy slowly and carefully, avoid crushing some of the people' who crowded all atxmttbe ears, and, with parting salvos of artillery thuudering after it, got - clear of tbe town. Tbe rain, which bad commenced on Friday afternoon at Wash ington. Dimred in torrents all day, bat tbe Grnerah sunken ins lethargic Slumber, paid little beed to tbe war of - tb elements tbrongtont tbe journey. Onee in a while would arouse himself and address a fe ' words to some of the party, but in a moment sink back to rest. Conversation in tbe was carried on in subdued tones, iron) deli cate considerations for bis repose. - At Heading there was a turnout of military, more cleerinir, and morV salutes, and tbe same press of the crowd about the engine ana cars, ine cououctors ceruuuiy ueaerve great piaife for tbe care which they took avoid accident throughout. At every town on the Lehigh Valley and New Jersey Central Roads there were demonstrations affection, and, in fact, tbe thing was so often xtpeated that, in spit of tb high speed 'Which the train was run, it was impoasib' , to reach town in time to connect with the Boston Uain, a it bad been expected they would. At Elizabeth tbe parry changed cars, taking a special car on the New Jersey Railroad attached to tb regular socommo i dation train to Jersey City. Arrived at Jer sey City, tbe General was put in a carriage, driven scroti tbe ferry, ad taken to tbe res idence of his daughter, where be seeks ab solute privacy and repose. j - A. .irUoB of the escort entered three ether carriages, but tbe remainder crossed on foot, Ld Wok conveyance on this side to A s tor Ilonse, where they now are. The General's escort was composed of tbe follow ing persons: Tbe Hon. Simon Cameron, Secretary of War, and two daughters; the Hon. S. P. Chase, Secretary of the Treasury: Governor Sprsgue of Rhode Island: General !!,. Thomas, Adjutant General, and daughter; General Kipley, General B. F. Butler, Major 13 r , n.mD,nn M 1 1, n 1 d .m.nn flan- eral Van Vliet, Colonel S. P. Sanford of Gov ernor Sprague's staff ; Mr. Walter Coleman, Secretary to Governor Spragoe; Mr. W. G. Moore, J. B. Beed, and a number of servants, tbe whole party numbering twenty-nine persons. LATEST SOUTHERN NEWS. The New York Herald has been so for tunate ss to get a file ot late Southern papers. From the HeraWt compilation we risks the following extracts: [From the Memphis Argus, October 26] FEDERAL ATROCITIES. Two young ladies of Harper's Ferry es csped to Richmond a few days since. They report that Lincoln's soldiers endeavor to vie with each other in brutalities to helpless women and children, and that a short time before their departure one of tbe Hessians took deliberate aim at a little girl and shot ber through the besd. Children while on their way to and from school are frequently shot at by tbe soldiers(l) It is said tbat travel was stopped on the Wapbicpton and Baltimore Railroad in order to give the Lincolnites an opportunity to mine tbe road at the Relay and Annapolis junction. [From the Richmond Examiner.] REPORTED RECOGNITION OF THE SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY BY ENGLAND. A most extraordinary statement was ob tained yesterday in the highest official cir cles of the recognition of the Confederacy by Great Britain. It is certain that a dispatch agent arrived here yesterday from England, having landed in the British possessions and essaying to reach the South through Michi gan and the West. His report is understood to be tbat he was arreBted in Ohio and robbed of hiB dispatches, subsequently effecting bis escape to tbis city. The assertion of the aseot is tbat the dispatches contained assurances of tbe immediate recognition of our Govern ment by tbat of Great Britain. We give this statement, which is made in the most post tive manner, without adding any opinion of our own, or professing to Know now toe uovernment nas verined or credited tne re nort. bevond semi-official expressions of con fidence in its truth, which reached us last night. Tbe slavish people of the North are shout ing over a fact tbat would bring tbe blush to their cheeks if they were not lost to self- respect and honor. They proclaim that thirty thousand Germans are in the army around Washington. A Lynchburg gentleman, who arrived here yesterday evening and left General Flovd's command on the 20tb, says tbe Federals have evacuated tbe entire Kanawha Valley. Gen eral Floyd was marching for Kentucky when our informant left. Dispatches from Lees burg report some seven hundred prisoners taken by tbe rebels. CORRESPONDENCE. RICHMOND, October 21, 1861. Tbe movements of- onr army on the Poto mac are shrouded in secrecy, but they are, nevertheless, dictated by a fixed military programme, adopted with the concurrence of tbe piiccipal Generals, and approved by President Davie. I state this fact to give as finance to yonr readers thayhe army of tbe Potomac, whether it advances or recedes, is carrying out to the very letter a plan of operations naturally formed and likely, in its denouement, to surprise both North and Sontb. Of course every bed outside tbe President's councils and the head-quarters of our Generals is in utter darkness in regard to the plan of campaign, but we are all satiified now tbat whatever that plan may be, it is in process of development, and must soon be revealed for tbe approval or con demnation of the -country. That it will com mend itself to tbe approval and even the admiration of tbe country, tbe high military reputation of our Generals and the acknowl edged ability of our President give sufficient guarantee. Tbis brings me to our army at Yorktown. To-day tbe bulletin board announced a heavy skirmish at Yorktown, in which we lost some sixteen in killed and mortally wound ed, and the enemy over sixty. Tbis intelli gence created quite a furore throughout the city, and every one will go to bed tc-nigbt in the belief tbat to morrow we shall bave intelligence of the great battle between Gen erals Magruder's and Mansfield's forces. bave made most diligent inquiry to-night about tbe War Department, and I find tbat tbe news trom xorktown is not credited there. Telegrams reached the Department on ba'.nrday stating tbat an attempt to land an immense force, with one hundred gun boats, cavalry, etc., en route far Yorktown, was momentarily expected, and tbat a great cattle was imminent. But nothing timber, so far as I could ascertain, was received from that point. NO GRAIN TO GO. NO GRAIN TO GO. HEAD QUARTERS FIRST DIV. WESTERN DEP'T COLUMBUS, KY. October 21, 1861. Hereafter no grain will be allowed to be taken from tbat portion of the State Tennessee bounded on the south by the mili tary road runuing east from Fulton on the Mississippi River to Mason's Depot, on tbe Memphis and Ohio Railroad; on tbe west by tbe Mississippi River, and on tbe eaat by tha Memphis aid Ohio Railroad; nor will grain be allowed to be taken from any of tbe coun ties on the west bank of the Mississippi River, north of Fulton, Tenn ; thegrain tbis district being required for the use of tbe army. Steamboat captains and railroad agents are strictly prohibited from transporting grain in violation of this order. By command of Major General Polk. PLENTY TO EAT. [From the Memphis Appeal, Oct. 26.] Of all tbe necessaries of life, we have an abundance in our midst, and plenty smiles upon tbe land, mere is no want no sut- ktina. There will be none. For tbi-i gratifying state of affairs we are indebted, under tbe bleasings ot Heaven, to tne intelli gent forethought of tbe planters, who, vary ing tneir crops to suit tne new exigencies tbe country, bave each contributed bis share to thp great stores under whose accumulated abundance Southern granaries are groaning. THE FLEET TO ACT AGAINST VIRGINIA. "The opinion was sIbo prevailing at Rich mond tbat the design of tbis piratical arma ment was to operate against Virginia, sod tbat either tbe James or the York River was to be the theater of its debarkation. THE FLEET TO ACT AGAINST VIRGINIA. LEESBURG AFFAIR-THEIR ACCOUNT. he car Our forces numbered, in effective men, is believed, not more than twenty five hun dred. Tbe erjemv's twelve regiments, probe- biy picked and filled np for tbe purpose tbistiptdition, it is fair to assume, cumbered at lesstteo thousand. Their batteries, too, known to consist of six guns each, making their artillery force thirty pieces against five. With these terrible odds against him, CoL Evans bas achieved one of the most sig nal and splendid victories of the war. bis indomitable troops have covered them selves with ondjiog glory. FOOLED ABOUT THE FLEET. to Tbe principal squadron can not be Intended for tbe legitimate purposes of an open honorable warfare, but most likely for purpose otetealing negroes, destroying wheat stacks, burning bttrns, destroy ing homesteads, and insulting old men, women and children. COTTON GIVES PLACE TO CORN. at the gales of wheat were made at $1 60; $1 wss generally asked. Flour was firm at 10 75, according to quality. Tbe Richmotd (Va ) Whig, of Monday, quotes corn scarce arrl in demand at B(ic., oafs 50c., wheat 9039oc for red, and 11 OS for white. klPOBT OF MiaiaTS Its HlafPBII. A'ht .,. , , j , ,, fl fttt$ 1 fi,uj,.................... ,.. v aio hie.- - 1 SA P oiUaiWH.M..MWW .i , s par Hay..y ....mh.m..h .H..S3 per Clair ......... 90v,4vf! Cmu.M-.. - - ... Mao.? The Appeal says: . "The h tates of Hassacbnretts, Connecticut, Maine, Khode island, Vermont aud Hampshire, have farty-iix regiments in the field, all told. Massachusetts, with twice the whit population of North Carolina, baa seventeen regiments, while the latter bas thirty-six; and Tennessee, with a white pop ulation of eight hundred and sixty thou sand, bas thirty-three regiments, against forty-six from all New England, with a vhite population of more than three millions! This same Massachusetts, dnrinir the war of 1812. sent some of her troops toward Canada, but! they refused to cross tbe line to ngbt tne British, snd left this work on foreign soil to be done by Southern troops. But she claimed pay for these same militia, and we believe was still claiming It at the bands of the Gov ernment when the old Union Was broken np thns showing that Yankee greed was much stronger than Yankee valor. Tbe truth is, Pennsylvania, New York and tbe North-western States are bearing the brunt of this war against tbe Sonth The New England States are willing enough to profit by the war, which they were largely instru mental in bringing on, but they will do but little of tbe fignting." ZOLLICOFFER'S VICTORY. The Knoxville Rtgitter of the 25th reports a fight between Zollicoffer and tbe Lincoln ites from Camp Dick Robinson. The latter were intrenched near Rock Castle Ford. Zollicoffer attacked and drove the enemy from his intrenchments. He had fire killed and twenty-three wounded. He took forty prisoners. The loss of the enemy in killed and wounded is not known. Zollicoffer ell back to prevent hie tupply traint from being cut off. CINCINNATI, LOOK OUT! I Kjn the 21st, furnishes satisfactory information of the number and condition of tbe troops at tbat and other points on tbe line of opera tions. Our friends need bave no fears for the success of tbe Southern cause in Ken tucky. The preparations are ample. In a short time tbe Confederate troops will sweep like an avalanche in tbe direction of Louis ville and Cincinnati, and tbe State be relieved from the thralldom which some of its deluded and degenerate sons were trying to bring upon it. Tbe following abstract of news is from the Memphis Appeal of the 26th nit.: General Hardee bas been commissioned as a Major-General in tbe rebel army. Tbe Union prisoners captured at the Santa Rosa fight are in confinement at Montgomery, Alabama. Lientenant Hale, of tbe troops at Fortress Monroe, was captured while drifting in a boat off Pig Point battery, on tbe morning of the 21st ult. A petition to the Legislature is being cir culated in Panola County, Tenn., praying tbat body to pass a law for the purchase of tbe cotton crop ot tne state, and tnat pay ment in whole or in part be made by treas ury, notes; that tbe cotton be pledged for tbe redemption of tbe notes. The petitioners further ask that, if this can not be done for tbe State at large, that it be done for tbe county of i'anoia. A Secession newspaper has been started in Co'umbus, Kentucky, under the auspices of Pillow and bis troops. Its title is The Daily Confederate Aero. Another Georgia regiment, Under com mand of Colonel David J. Bailey, was mus tered into service on the 21st ult. General A. S. Johnston has been placed in command of all the rebel forces in Missouri, and has issued a proclamation forbidding any property leaving the State. When General Lovell arrived in New Or leans, by bis own request, he was not saluted. He said : " Gentlemen, keep your powder dry, and spend it on tbe enemy." The Houston (Texas) Telegraph of the ICth ultimo Bays : We understand the first two regiments of Sibley's brigade are now full. The third is forming. All companies that offer, up to five thousand men, will probably be accepted. Tbe Appeal contains the following dis patches in reference to the battle and the disposition of the prisoners : Richmond, October 24. Five hundred and fifty-two prisoners arrived tbis morning from tbe LeeBburg battle. Among them are Col onel W. R. Lee, of the Twentieth Massachu celts Regiment. ' Colonel Cogswell, T welfth New York Regi ment. Major Revere, of the Twentieth Massachu setts Regiment. Adjutant Pearson, of the Twentieth Mas sachusetts Regiment. Assistant Surgeon Revere, of the Twen tieth Massachusetts Regiment. Six Captains and eleven Lieutenants from the New York, Massachusetts and California Reeiments. Considerable additional number of prison ers will be brought down to-morrow. Some report tbe number of prisooers at over one thousand. Tbe lowest estimate is six hun dred. No reliable details yet received in regard to tbe killed and wounded among the Confederates. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [From the Memphis Appeal. Oct. 26] AUGUSTA, GA, Oct. 25, 1861. of In the Confederate States Court, now in session at Charleston, Judge Msgratb yester day delivered bis opinion in favor of tbe constitutionality or tbe sequestration Act. tbus refusing to sustain the demurrers ot Messrs. Pettigrew, Mitchell snd Wbaley, A LEVY OF FIREARMS. Watited Immediately. Ml serviceable double barreled shot guns. Sharpe's carbines and Maynard rifles, Colt s navy pistols, or tbe Bingie-barreled-dragoon pistol or com mon rifle. Persons k no wine the where abonts of tbe above description of arms are earnestly requested to assist me In collecting, Terms, cash on tbe spot. W. P. Agent for Confed. States, 33 Front Tow. LINCOLN FORCES AT WASHINGTON. RICHMONT, October 23, 1861. or An intelligent gentleman just from Wash ington says tnai i, id com s rorces in Mary land, Virginia and tbe District of Columbia Lumber fully two nuodred tnousand. rney are well equipped, with the exception of the cavalry, wbicn are mucn inferior to tneuon federaie cavalry. Imports of Foreign Dry Goods at New York. it of are our and and tbe We annex a comparative statement tbe import of Foreign Dry Goods and general merchandise at New York for the week end ing November 1, snd since January 1: For tht 1859. IPSO firyUotde IwllH M7a.fl tleu.Morcuaudite l.lus.UM 2.4i4,6v0 ISI. fU.I.DlJ 1 622 4IS Total 11,610 728 ' Prev. reported Sue 43.770 Since Jan. l......l207JM,tss 1200,116, 7(J $107 ,006,716 ' These Duures tell an important tale, show- Insr. as they do, a falling off in tbe importa tions of about fifty per cent., or $100,000,000 since tbe 1st of January, as compared with tbe same period of either of the two previous years. A considerable proportion of the goods imported during the last few weeks consistea 01 articles required 101 war pur poses, aod ordered from abroad to meet a de mand which it is believed our own factories will, to great extent, be able to snppi hereafter. If so. succeeding statements w probably show a gradually-lessening amount of importations of goods, aod an increasing innux 01 specie. new iotk triounc, ugv. CO f 9 at 60 10 1 baa tuu, 1 4 X4ew Eboouaaoibo Dufatchbs FBOaf Abroad. Tbe foieign mails by the last steamer bring aispatcnes irom au oir Ministers in n.urope, in tenor even more encouraging than those received a week ago. Tne change of to'ie Eoeland is most striking. In France a no liceable fact Is, that tbe semi-official loom-la ara more favorable to us than the opposition. On the other haod, the rebel emissaries are more noisy and outspoken than ever, but some ot them complain of deficit in their exchequers, and threaten go borne II they can. ; ... 1 1 1 nav iii I Tbe mortality a Loadon, during the thir teen weeks ending bepteaabai 18, amounted to fourteen, thousand. Bine hundred, tbirty.two an increase of two thousand tLaiU over the aaoie period last year. HOME INTEREST. SB" Toa can savs see per seat, by getting font Likeness at tha aaw Blar Gallery, 2S Firth at. Mr A. A. Imaa, Clock. Watches ana Jewelry) Nns. S)S ana S71 Central avaaoe. MARRIED. CHAPMAN PEATH -November S, at Mat's villa, Ohio, by tha Her. L. Whltcomh, Mr. Chariot B Chapman, of St. L-uls, tnerabor of Onmpanv I, Fonrth u. V. 0 , to Ml at I A., youngest daughter of Attains, Poa.Ui, long and favorably known a tht Bneerlntendent of the Oommeiolal lloepltal and Gtand Maatar of Freemasons. BHAW-lHJT0niN8iiaI -October S, by tha Her. B . W. Leaver, at tha f eeldence of the brlde't rather, near Mlamivllle Ulermtnt County, Ohio, Mr. A, B. Bhaw aid Mlaa Mary Hntobinaon, daughter of Bilsa B. Hutchinson, J. IAKIN THOMPSON -October 9, at the real deace of the brlde'a mothor, Olles ill ML Hamil ton Connly, Ohio, by the Hev. 0. Oilo, W. B La. kin, Irq , to Mlaa Carrie M., daughter f Sin. Kancy II. Taompeon. DIED. - at a o'clock, Jamra M. Wallace, age-i frlv thre. Funeral at 2 o'clock to-morrow ( rimradav) after noon, fr"m hla reaideDOt on Hew at , three donra eaat of Broadway. LTTLSV Io Darton, on Batnrday.NoV S, Nellie, Infant daughter of D. and Km ma It. Lytle, of thia cltv, aged seventeen months. A1,WAYS lit HBSSION-qaeen Cltr Commercial Collese. opposite tke Poat ofltre. eea-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. -TTtTHKKY HHOOTIWQ AT THE ilkajV UNION BIT.'K Q&IjLIChY, No West Thirl it , between wlnut und V,o. Targ-it Shoot 1 1 as uiual. rery one should practice. Open day and evening. Drop In. no6-b rSaFK!ff AtiB PnTIC1AN.-MR8. KING, M D , often her crTlcee as Phr aictau and Accoucheur Patlenta boarded, if required- Beaideum, 90 Wade... between John and Potter, mylO Botn K8TKK Nob li Co., Iod.sSept. 15. R-TDR. C. W. RflBC K-DB4R ItVLj Sir: Riving bren alllicted wf.ti a rhronio aflechon of tbe liver fur many yearn, I was Induced to try your 8cmliciaiin B nod Pllla and Blood Puriflpr A a duty I owe to the public. I must aay tbat r have received more benefit fr m th-m than any fbiug 1 bave overused and cheerfully recom mend thorn to alt persons similarly aftll .ted Tours iruly, JOHN FOPCJOT, Attorney and Counselor at Law. For sale at the Principal Office. 6 Bant Fourth st.t Cincinnati, aud bv Di uaKieta and Merchant. e jor all) through nt the nnited States and Uanilm a AT A CHEAP RATE WE nafned on Hturdar even In a?, at BRIlN- AN'fcTrtAl OiN, Waluut st . one of the most pieae ant evening, to our recollection. There was Mu sic, Instrumental and vocal, the latter equl, if nt ku per tor, to murh we bave heard at the best of onr theaters and concerts. Mr Bt.K"&N Intends to continue bin brmnlo meetings KVKBT HA. TU ti ll A? VVEMlNfJ Th.e who enj -y a .eal Free andBasy, with good ttuslo, Singing aud Dancing, ana 'ant. but not It aft. the Dramatio Heprfneuta tioDnofMr BRKNAN especially that of " Brutus over the dead body of tiocret'a," will d i well to spend a Saturday evening at the Melodeon Salmon, (m b AST It O I.UGY. aALL PEKNONS WISHING TO aFvS k now their fuiu-e prope'Br.aa bave them r. rrti-.tlv itateil bv MADAME AljWIN. at No IM rjlith at., north Bide, between Main and Srcamore, here ene mat De ooDRUitea in an matters oou-ern v love, marriage, com tamp, law matters, oustneas air, aod wilt tell the Dftiue of the Udy or gentle man thoy will rr-arry ; all", thenameaol her v.aitora. lODBUltal ion fee reduced to suit the titnea. Ladlea AO cents i gentlemen 181. nofi-o Jj. M. & C. & X. B. H. 2a.TR.AIHS von. C A OTP DENNISOKI fit leave Cincinnati at 7 and 9:00 A. Jl 3:l57S:50and 6 P. M KbTUbMIMQ Leave Cam Dennlaon at TilO aad Bi'O A. at , 3:45, fii05 and T P M. ttnand trip rlcKets win oe sola lor 70 cents. mvM-tf if. W. -WOODWARD. Oneerintnodent. MILITARY NOTICES. In for the Fight. FITTTT.SEnOND RRGIItI RNTfOOV- nhNi it a uua.ttii)t u. v. u. a. A -uoi. uuia, l. BABuan r. RECRUITS WANTED. The Finy.seoond Beajment. now In Gamp Dftn nieoD, is provided with arms, uniforms, clothius, etc., of the very best. Afevmora GOOD HIM WANTED FOB COMPANY H. Pay and rations commence from date of enlist. ment aBHH. WARM CLOTHING and UOM- KO UTAH Lie uoAHi KKH now provided at camp tor all. rransp.irttlon free. Gavtain A MKN I KH'S lull (Jornet Band nas en. listed in this Bgiment. CUM K OUT, MSN, ANO ENLIST, at Head-qoar. ten. No. 60 West Third-it., between Vine and walnut, j. i' MiuftnAi, win a VANUaiWATEU. II. F. HADf. SUHKRTY, T. A ocIS tf Kei-ruiting Officers. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. . in a to ed .A. CARD. TFPRa. ROTH fc MOSS EH, PRO. Ill I'ttlltTnfrSui the ST. NluUifiiAi KKSTAU h a N ' lewpecttully rt-turo u eir thanki fur the J i nt. lainiutftFeiiiey nave rcreiveu bidcs taey opD-a heir vtBiHlilidhiuent At tbe name time thty ake tti io opportunity to aware the Dutfltu that lucreaed exertion tip d tbbir part hail me.it a continuation of popular favor in-pi nii;iiijao das lUDpiiea wim rhf-lceet Whits. Aim ar d Ltauore. imaorttid infnicWiTea ana suaranuea to conaiBt or me De foreign brand. In dee, in tbla connection, thy aie pnud to aay tbit tba reputation of their cell icck, foieisn 1 r domc-atie, is not excelled by any nou e in a lis en "a t a-y are UKevttiae agents rr celebrated Bi8o 8t.il Wine, aodaia tha-enabled to supply fbuiiliea with a supeiior artiofc, by l K-ii or KRHOii, at cm mint" prres Tt, kl ST AU I ANT liEPAKTMENThaabeanard will coi tiuue a promiueist faaturu of tbe eMabli-h- nji.i, ana iih iropneior- pitatie lnemseiveH cnti iii'tbins thai! be wt tii t enhance tbe com fur 1 xur and graiifieatl n 6f their guests. Tb lard will alnaya Imi tot:led ith the ubu)ct delicacea ot ttie ceHeon, aid heir ex perienoe i n tbe art enitin v bedein&dutncieDt voucrer tbat tbe viands I be turved with epicurean skill, an wei as at bours. HincetbeSt Nicbxlak raa bwm established a p i't hs IVen h b'Ta n the Introrinotiun of Lib I h,h Hfcbl aUHANT aud (he rapid j luoroasinf uiiciaanre 01 lainiiy pariu's in pr'Ki uj ne couve aience and popularity of the areieiu 'I he ieasuu has arrived r public as veil as Taie tarties. hnd while Ueasra. K. A A. would bear aiiy selMaudatioo ort-g tietni, tbe are satisfied that tbt-ir nskrniia mili bear wltuiissi to thec&rri skill which htj bave hertttoieBbown in f jlfllliLg utudfoidera. Xotms lraLcn one or tbe partners. Joe " bus l(voied his special attention, so tbac fttnilr eiid othr parties m. rely up u thttlroiMe bfiug e ecu ted wtib procislon and in super tor sty j"ur men occanous, tuey nay lemars, en pa$atu, tb nt they bave tapfM-fal services of silver oUte. In c-TtCiUMHin. Mesrs. HAM rasoHciluilv leave 10 aiwure ie puouo luai, iu eaco aiavtry df arta.eut, their untirii a effort will be cento rod cuaitUie: ihebt, JNicboUe tbe ear del es'abhxhmeatof tbe VVuct. Jb.U rU Ac iUOasHIl, BAiNT NICHOLAS HOTKL, noe-f Ws3 Ooruer Vine and Long worth T ADIEO STIIOOI. ft DKNIIsN-OHIO M-i lltl HANl'.O lNUTt TUTa, -If a aniticiui auniWrof nuuK adita miEe applicatioQ as to the Coaimittee in aoing so, a division of nb il v ill be oftt-oed axt TilfpdttV Cveolus. biacll( lirawibg aLd G'-neral DesigDlDf. If class Is large enough, ''Cotoa" will oa iuiriuon4l ou hi.tmdar afternoon; tba ordinary etudfet i uetaav aLO srliis. veuM'gs. iu numuer limited to twenty four pupils. For full lnfrma tl4n applr to tba Principal. - " au6-bi BrTI.KB'8 PREMIUM Bl.ACK.INOi tlmaU, haw Madiuaa aad Large. BuUer's IXb Oil Tslaokinff, , IN KABTUIN POTS. Factory, 39 Vine-street. dcS f T. 8 BUTOSH, Agent, ALL, WOH THIS Hk.HT. Oalupolis. Ohio, October 38, 18S1. MB. J. J. BI TLBH, AGENT, NO, Vlne.,t . Ciiicinnati-rleaaa aead me. br bt. 1W4 doam, a-auitad, of four aXCIuSlOtt fLUlD INK aud oblife 1HNUV St. ONDIBDOHK, Statlo Tiv'i Tcs roa bili i oner. uoe Dixon's Ocitrinal ad flenaina Oly . cetia, A LOTION OF HUfltlllOH EPFI040T, ceitbraied fur it. n.aliiig virtues, and bald tha b'ght-st eHlimatton aa a reoaed for curing flhsniwil H.nrfa l.ina. It ou sh nea. of tha Hklu. For sale, aboieaale and retail, br the sucessora O. M. I) luu, DSVIDON A oKUTUsSi Drus glrts. K K. cor fifth st Market Place (oor. and Main), t iooliina'l, Ohio. uu4 TiKKiiirTin.-Tni firm herb M-W T'lsOUC siTsting. aod doing bosioasi th, n m tame of M. J.VUkflK tlO, E.&t mi.A N. 1m Hrnkfln. baa llnaD dlabOtVed br wltbirawai of J 0. Hanover, on tba 4'b oar Ociober, a. D IDAS. The bualiieM heraaltar will conducted on th.aaata piaa, at lbT iv,.?.utD(w a a, J CtiSrlSl. A. W1LOKON JP9 R RMOJ from No. 11 -wt Thud at. to Ho. 4 lltn si , a bare be win opa a now bi-ji a oi aod Bojb' Olothing and Furnlrhing Ouods, will be .old .t prlata aorraap arndbig wit the Call at No. 4H aud mi our new t ,ra. no! cS BV8INISS COATSJ, . SOS aHMW f-s IIITLEHIlNiS B-UatNianiNa OnODH. A uew.ucA iuatwiieuMla'. WaWmiN S, a.atk.a. Ank. wruil aad liariuo Tjadarataina. Irawrs, Collars, Ties, Handkerchiefs, aai,aM. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ti br i tr the tha u r nil a pr. nnd hum in jus tiiy the ens tha on is first r In eus of Fifth aoder .al thfl of be Weat wum whi:h tluiea. HW H. ifconomy is Wealth SAVE TOUR PENNIES. M M o o a 5 o o 0 o 1 I I I I CO CO rji o o o W rt pa co 3 English D. M hi o P (f5 g g- EngllsliB. 5 Byron F. Cents' ratcnt Enameled Collars, INDIES' PAH NT ELECTRO COLLARS AND CUFFS, Sharp's Patent Tags AND Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods Generally FOB SAL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, LflCKWOOD lUTlFACTllRIVG CO. 14X WEST FOURTH-ST., CIN'TI. BY W. E. LCCKWCOO, 2S9 8 Third-it., Fhlla. WH0LH8A1.1 ONLT. B C. L LOCKWOOD, 671 Broad war. N. York. WHOLMALK RETAIL. W For rale at all the ClothlnR, Gents' Furnish Ing and Hat Stores In the United States. Try them end let them prove their own valee. nofl-f ijotton and Woolen Goods AT LOW PRICES, a "Wholesale and Retail. BLEACHED AND BROWN 8BEITINO; BLEACHED AND BROWN SHIRTING; FLANNELS IN SVKBY VARIRTX; TICKING AND QUILTS. Iineu Slieetiixg-. IBISH LINENS ; TABLE DAMA8&I NAPKINS! TOWELING, XTO. ETO. JOHN SHILLITO & CO., 101, 103 and 105 A7oastt Xouirla.aaajitireeta InoSfJ Army Tent Dock, Chain, Ac , etc., TOB SALE BT E. O. LEONARD & CO.. 69 Pearl at , OinciQQati, Ohio. inn rinrk yards of ptjperior lU.UOUU Arm? Duck, lor Touts, Wai(on. covets, &., Ac. 10, IS aud IS 02cun9tantly oDhaad. a,1?, 000 lbs. X C .11 Obaio, straight and twisted, suitable tor Army Wagons. Enfield Rifles! Enfield Rifles ! 000 FOB SALE BY B.G.LICONABP&CO., oc3l-x2dp 69 PEARL-ST., OIN., 0. Great Western TaAIXY COMIWUKilCsTION BY It ATT.- m w nuAlf In m uinciDnmi, via L,i 1 - Js 1 v,n miani. 11 n ni 1 l i vn ki r 1 TON and NEW VllKK A alUIE BAILROATS and weekly Lj h'p from New York 10 ana Trom a'l paria or au tuir a. We are prpnrd to issue, In cuunectlna' nith (,ur nin.l SH P TI KK1S KAIL-" KUSD TICKST8, f pertoos lending for their friends, to any part of Ireland, England cr Germany. This will prevent much deWy and imposition to Sartlei trve'ine:. Our agents in New York and ta will ray every atu ntion to tbe paasengera guibg arid coming t-y our linen. Oroers fr-m tbe con u try for Ship or Ballroad Tichfts promptly attendvd to, aud receipts returned by mail DttAFTS on th ftoval Bank of Ireland at i to Xlforstle. VII. B BARRY (V CO.. noft tf Mo, 7tf Third st , nwaf vine. AMERIOA.N EUROPEAN EXPRESS CO. TBE CSNOINNATI BRANCH OF THIS old aud well known Company has been eaub Ilrbed at tha office of WM, B. BARRY & CO., MO. 76 THIBD-8T., NKAB VINC,. Who will rACflire for each of the itMmort Rfttllng from New York or Boat n to Europe, parouU, piet, TftinftuicR ni an siiiia), ior a 1 root wimasjuiitii n to all paiti -f tbe world. AUot all order for tb eiecutlou of coinuitBious In ai.j part of Kuropa. Tbii Kiprwa beiig recognized as the KuropoaD coui.eotlou of al the Brent inland tlx pries tloaipa Ditft uf tbie oouutry, u oaa be relied upon for eafe and fpedT delivery. n ft sC?TKAffl WSKKl.t KSfWllSfl NttW 9 YOkk A t D liu kivaitruob, landins snd euit.arklug passengers a. HI kINB TOW N, Ireland. The Liverpool. New York a d Phlla- aelpbta Htaamshlp Oompaar In. tend dispatch ing their fall-ao I -powered Clyde-trail! OtSSUi'W flatardav, Kot ember t. in n "T.tiuanina aa imiowBi t'lTi or Mtw lUUtt. turdT, Noeiuber IS KDINBUhO .'...Satu'day. No'amber S3. audarary aaturdar.at boob, irom f Mr M. Mun tivar. AATBS or VaBSiOI I rirst Oabin...... 7 ' 8taerag.....r........SS SI rat da. to London. sn I Ktaeraga t LondobMM SI irtret do. to Paris.. St Steerage ta Paris St Flrstdo. to Hamburg. SS J Steerage to Hamburg st Paasensers forwarded to Paris, Bavra, Bremea. Bntterdam, Antwerp etc, at equally low rata. aver Persona wishing to bring out tneur nriauaa can boy tickets here at the following rtaa, to Nra fork; From Liverpool or Qoeea.town, Iftrst Oabta, 179, AnS and Slot : Slearaga froai Liver pool, AtS j tnisa Queeustowa, ISO. . These sHeamert hava sn perl or aosommodatlras or saas.agera, and oarrv axperieoced Sorgaou. Thar are built in Watar-iight Iron SeoUoas, aad Bave rimil a iia-auuiuHun un uoaru For further Infoiniaiion apslr In Liveraool So ai , jj water-at. ! In Ulasgow, J io Wbq. liunan. n tit; XaooB sam towa. to-0, W. D, Hevmour Co SaacB square t la Uueei motir m uu t ia ta London. W ns Klvea Maoar. 61 Kins William... : I Jnlas iMoon., H Plaoa d. la Bearaa ia Pblladal raris. to ahla,to f .bo . Iale, 111 WalBut-at or at ta (iHil O. DA LI, A sent, And W. B. Barry Co., 1.1 Broadway. BT. Y. urnst Uoua., Ola., O SARDI1FSJ, OYStTBHH, HUQUBU AN UA MEUbWNa, etc -Juat received; on c.aee bardiues, s and M oaaa t 10 barnlj Buaauahauna liarrlugs, pat hp ia dry s i . 00 dozen tMve Ov fru dosea Flrkled Outer., aaart jars I S eases Oltiua ( ... a 10 duavn Olive., staffed with Anchovies 1 80 dozen French Taper.; ' . " " 10 cases BoaeUss Baxdinea, vavr -hotee. For sal. by oHM BATES, Bos National Tasatar Bnlldlug, Sycamore at TUB UNklVALU DOUBLE-THBEADID S FAMILY 8EWINQ.MACHINE OF WltIIAMS aVs ORVIS CAN BB found at 1 14 Baos at., Cinelnoali. ' A fents wasted throng heut the Sonth aad Waat. Ban pies, Olrculara aad Bsfersocas furnished ot apslicaiioa as aeova. i -: i . ocas $ f-TmBRKI I.AH FUR THS HAIFSY HKA- -i n at Yi AbvniiN a, -.. 4, lumnievi. IBOl-CSKW, IBM! RETAIL DRY GOODS. , DREsFgOODS! AT DEL AND i GOSSAGB'S, WEST FOUETH-ST. FRENCH SILK GOODS 1 Mew and doalrable style, of Fancy Draas Bilks. PI. A IDS. STBIPEP, BROCHB FFGUBE", ARfflVRElK, PLAIN BROWN, GKKBNf YIOI.ET, OR PCRPLB AND DRABS. Black Figured and Plain Silks At 87Xo., $1, SI St 39, 91 SO, 9'J aad 93. Vtry wide coldred and white BILKS FOR HANNEU8, FOREIGN DRESS GOODS! Ia Woolens, Bepps, Velour Ottoman, Plaid Satin Dnchlnes, ASSORTED COLOBS. Plain and Figured Muslin Delaines. Oolen of Mode, Drown, Black, . Magenta and Crimson NEW STYLES OF FIGURED MERINOES. Extra Quality and new designs. TRAVELING DBE8S GOODS, In Mohairs, Bareges, Valencia! and Velvets, FHENCn MERINOES, 200 pieces Plain French Merinoes, embracing every vaxloty of colors and Quality. MOURNING DRESS G00D3. Bombazines, Black Merinoes, Plain Black Delaines, Black Roups, Black Crape and Love ValU, Black Hosiery, Silk and E id Cloves, Black Orape Collars and jleeves, Bla?k Shawls, Black, French and Bngllsh Capes. Scotch 3?laicls, Fine assortment of Plaid MerloOM, Woolen Plaids for Children, Shepherd's Plaids, just received. Shawls and Cloak?. Ladles' Garments In SHAWLS AND OLOAKS, Embracing the very latost novoltles of the season. Ladles' Black and Colored Cloth Cloaks. Long and Square Woolen Plaid Bhawls. Black and Colored Stella Shawls. Bich Shawls and Scarfs for evening and party wear. Ladies' Broehe Neck Scarfs. BALMORAL SKIRTS. Large variety of Bich Colorings in BALMOBAL BKIHTS AND 8K.IUTINQS. HOOP-SKIRTS! Xntirelr new Styles. HOOF-SEIRTS For Ladies, Ulsssa and Children. . Ilosiei'jr. Gloves AN!- ' ' ' UNDERGARMENTS Ladles', Gent.' and Children's Cotton and Woolen Hosiery, in colors and white. FLKIOY-LIHKD COTTON HOSIKRV, For Ladles and Children. ,' - LAP1KS' AND CHILDBKN'S Merino Under-vests, Hen's JUeriao Shirts and Drawers, , Liaena and Housekeeping Goods, White Bed BlaakeU and Flannels. OBAT AND BCD FLANNELS, For Undershirts, etc., I yards wide, Qray, White ana xrao. FLANNEL FOB LADIES' 8KIRTINQ. AMERICAN DOMESTIC GOODS I ' Bleached ard Unbleached. Cotton Bblrtinss and Sheetings, rillow case Cottons, . a. in.n Sheetings and Fiilew-case Linens, apbon:ohxoks, plaid lin8it8, " OAs TON FL&NNELS. Colored, Bleaebed and Unbleached. 1 ITrcucli Oliintxoa -AND-'. '"' ENGLISH 0ALICOG3. TABLING DAMASKS, - ! MAPEIN8 AND DOYLIES. 1,040 Sards BUOK ABACK. T0WICL1NU, . , ... At kM cants 1 Very chea and desirable. EMBROIDERIES! . RICH STYLKS OF -. French and Bcoteh Collars anl Sleeves, uoniton, - I feint liaca, , Maltese Bets, I , . ,. . LacaCapes. CAMBRIC AND SWISS Bands, Edgings and Inserting,, Black Lacs Valla, Thread aad Valenciennes Idginga and Inserting. FRENCH CORSETS i LADIES' COBSITS IN Colored and White, i Plain and Xaorolderad, Of ths very latest sty nw. Boys' TVear, etc. CLOTHS AW CAB8IMKRK9, For BJa' aafl atea'a Wear. . ... LADIES' OOLOBEU AND BLACK. 0 LOTUS, FwrUtoaka. COLOBED FBIWU FLANNEL, PLA AND i ,...FI0UBED, for Ladle.' eaav. Jaokats and ChUdres's Wear, . nm A varvra. a. rinea a n n . I a t4 and TO Watt Fvartk-st. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GROVER & BAKER'S OBLEbBATIOOISSLfll SEWING HACnillE rKICB. Is the only on that mannfacturea tha Poublo-lock and Shnt11eaiMck ' Sewing Iilachinos No. 58 est Fourth-st. Tapll-tfSpl aTOXXTO XX. JOTJ VTUJUd KO. T! WIST FOUBTEI-tT., CP STAIB8, Wholesale Dealer in SEWING hILKS. Machine Twist. FrlrgeSilk, Tram Silk. Tai lots' Twist, Sewings in inns, Bnrgooi.s' Silt, Blar.hlnA (Inttnn. Embroidery Sllka, Silk In Ouro, Silk for Hanhlts, Package Sewings, Span Sllka. Saddlers' Bilk, Llnea ritread. Jonvet's Dime Spool Three oord Silk, for chi'e and Iland-fewlna:. Miiiitlo.. llnhhliis and Oil, and all kinds of BSW IHO-MACU1MO NBKOI.kS made to older. lielilcml The Woild's Wonder! DUNCALL & MBBEOITI1. VO P'J BTENTIf-8T TSVKKN O Teeth estracted without naln. hvu new i vine ana mace. i;inciunatl, method, vised onlv by ourselvea Artiflcial Teeth fnwrted In the latest and moat aanroved , style., at the following pricoa : Whole Sets of Teeth, Silver plated SWto 1 31) Whole Sets or Teeih Gold plated................ 70 to SO Slt gle Teeth, on Sllrer Plate 1 to 2 Slr gle Toeth, on Oold Plate.......A.....-. 8 to 3 Teeih filled . Wlc. to 1 Teeth extracted .....- .. 25 centa. "No charge made when new ones a-e Insetted. focas-tf Lookout! Good News for All!! TITB NEVER F4IITNO mtD4MR BAPH&Rble the bent. She ucceeds when all other have failed. All bo are In trouble all who have been nu fortunate all whoee fond hopee ba bten disappointed, crushed aid blasted by fa lea promises ana necett all who havo been dewrvea aud trifled with -all fly to her for advice and aatie faction all w ho are In doubts of the affections of thoee they lore, consult her to relier and satisfy their minds. ! LiOTe Affairs 8he N?vr Fallal She bas the secret of win n In it tbe affection of tha opposite sex. She shows you the Likeaeaa of Your Future Wife or Hasbsua4 Or absent friend She gntdee the stnirle to a happy marrinRe, and makes the married hrtppy Her aid and advice has been solicited la innumerable la- stances, and the result has always been the mean oi securmg A Speedy and Haapy lUarrlaaet ' She Is therefore aBure dependence. It is well Known to the public at large that ana was the first and she la the only person In tht country, who can show the llkeuess In reality, and who can give entire satisfaction on all th concern of life, which can be tested nad proved by thou Bunds, both married and smglo, who daily and ea gerly visit her To ALL In bnsness ber advice li inraln able. She can foretel. with tbe greatest certainty. tbe result of all commercial and business trans actions. lottery Numbers giren without extra charge MADAM HAP HAUL, ta a bona Ada Astroiotrtat that every one can deneud noon Sue Is the great eet Astrologiat of tbe Nineteenth Century. Soae ladies may tea iitiiecimta, tnongn tney neea not fear, for she macticea not hi off but whac la recon cilable to philosophers. In fact, a single yfsit wtla satisfy the most fattidtou of her ronpectibllity. moral rectitude, aud of the auritr of her orofessioa ai d practice. au interviews are strictly private ana connata tlal xnereiore, come one i come au i to - No. 59 Kait Filtb-Btreet, Between Sycamore -street and Broadway. Ciueiai nati TERMS; Ladies. Fiftv ooata s OAntlsraenO Dollar. se2VM.Witrtf Ernest A. Erlandt on, GENERAL. COITlAlIdMlON 0IKBCHANTv N(S. gO Beaver street and 127 Pearl-street, NEW YOEK. " : tfTIONSIGNTIItTNrS OP GRAIN AND L- PbOlslJCC solicited. Liberal advance mado . on the same. octt-tf MILITARYGOODS! SWOHDH, BELTS, EPATTTKTVKflU B A6Hd. GILT and BRaSS BDTTON8. LAOaC AC, at JOHN BOMBtt'8, NO. 36 WB8T FIFTH-SJTBBRT, mytS-tf Cincinnati. Qhla. Ca&tor Oil . 5BBL8. CASTOR Ult,, ON CONSIGN' SlfcNT, fur sale by . JAM A. FRAZER ft no., ocl9 Nos. 68 and 68 Walnnt-at. Cranberries. UBHI.8. CHAN HE H RIBS FN 8TOR.B, tor sale by JAStaS A. FKAZCR A CS) , :iv f,oai.Qt,a nainni aa. Ctdfish, Mackerel, &o. Cf D8VM4 I.AUKB CODFISH, KX mJ THA ; 6IHI brls . balf-hrls. and Sitts, N'J.. 1, S at:d S Siackerel ; so d. and tierces- Noe lands Salmon, for sale by JAMKS A. F It Z R K A CO.. ociv ffjo an. sg wii'jsi, Army Butlers, Attention! I i tirn HAVR ON HAND A Is 4 RGB i. Letter and nonataen ial mock of fvuled ap. Note ia ten of Tarioui aualitiei, at very low arioea. to which ve sLTite our attention. .I'll JLVf t tnArrlKLl) A W'HIUS. l, . t uuteaaie ft per nftriiuuwf, " ' ..lap AAV .. i SUA Xf ..I A EtUU 4 T alUUw-sS. Printers' Flat Cap. WE BaTSA FULL (STOCK OF WBIT1 aud Blue. YVov aud laid fbtt uao. 13. 14. IS and 18 lbs., of superior quality, at low p ices Foe sale by NIX.OU, CHAi'Kl ELD A WDIIU8, ". - l? anil walnut-es. Fine Book Papers. " OUR STOCK OF BOOK PAPBR", COM. FUISINU tba varluu .inc. aualiti". and prices, is-very Isrge aud oompleie. Pitutors wllS niid it to their advantage to exumin. our stock bs fore purcbai'jg e'aeliere aelT tf rr and il Waloui at. 0. a. BBBBltfAB, . B. BBBBBB1AB, OinolBnaSi. 1 a. f . BBBBBBUli Philadelphia. Ca.ma.rgo Manufkoturing 0. . tf WEST FOOBTa-BT., OINOINNATI, ' 1 1Sannfactnrers and Dealers la Wall Papa ai W ludow-Stik4vsi I sTaCK Br(H!L ov TBI issri ooosj baa baen Biau.iactnrea e. KvS. Oar styles ara all new, ana pr thaB aver hafeva al-rm la th liv. prioss ninch iot C. B. PitAfUKtt ft CO.,, MB ANUFACTUB KKS OF MATT BUM'S- VI 1. d U.1.ll... -..A I L.. ... tn fl ...1. A IT I... Mo. 51 Sart Third street, oepo.it. the Express Of fices. Now is tha IBJ to hav. your feather bda mi .ivatAjl and uiaila clean and healthy IiuMim I It a cold weather seta fairly in for tbe season Beddiug sent for and returnee!, if datired We have also a ew ttyla or Army Cot and a good stock; of Oaoag). Btools, which we aell cheap. ..auS-tf i)TlrS OF RBMOYAl,.- T HAY 1Y this day removed fpiaa No 60 EaoS Front St., int. our new building, aeuth eaat curat of Lutaloa sun lioinniBta afrreeia. jne prt'Bilses Saving Been, built with a view to the reuuire i.euls of our biui- re.,wBuw poaaeas every facility for the atanu faetar.ot all kh.ds of Broad, OrackoM. Pilot Broad. so as aoiaii g .as in. st maiaiaal. are need wa will endeavor to give oor customer, aud tha- aHdio satisfaction. Thankful for past lavors, w solicit a coatlnuaDC.ofp.lili. patronage Olty and oouutrp orders promptly ttilad Bteambiata aud hotel. f nuu.u wiin an articles In tne trad. K J )UN BAILIKA CO. John bau is BOl-c uttiin niii., BUMJAHIM BAILilB. Dealers in Coal and Coke, NO. 1T BABT FRONT.SJTREBTs Ear. oa hand a supply of Toughlogh.ny, Paach Orchard and Cana.1 Coal, aad Vity-asaBafaotaraA t and McConBvjIsvilt. Ooko, for sals la quantities ta i guit yurcawHis,' gala