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4VDY W. FBAN0I800. . JOHN D. O&LDWILIi
. ' BDITOU AITS MtroilTOM.
Nswa. Important Intelligent v will be
found under the telegraphic head four day
later from Boron, and later from, CsUforni.
Death of Mlnltter Masog, t Peril) London
TmM still Qlelmlnf Sen Juan, end pitching
Into General Harnsyj the Creel . Scuum to
tall oa the 8th of November, Ae, -": " "
Blanket Sheets and Penny Papers.
Water gruel without lalt ! no rnor insipid,
! weak and nauseating than much of the oheap
trash whioh hai been eerred In the ourrent re
past of mammoth newspaper literature. The
eptoe and porter-houie eteak are needed. We
hope In our thumb-paper folio to give palata
ble food, though in broken dote. Brief,
pointed paragraph are needed. Weetern
people oan't be stuffed with poiion or pre
tence. We must come baok to our "bib and
tucker" day. Our preparation! muit be
made for a bolder age than the put Wo
muit upply the demand for substantial food.
Tact and Talent.
A pithy prorerb practically applied, ha a
profitable power. Before commencing the
labor of the day, let our reader have a
thought about them of lotae of Fbakms's
or Solomon's wiie sayings, and ten to one
they will be a debtor to them before night for
the result of placing them in praotiee. Tal
ent la power taot is skill; talent i weight
tact i momentum; talent know what to do
tact know how to do it; talent make a man
respectable tact will make him respected;
talent ia wealth tact is ready money; talent
ia fit for employment, but tact is fitted for it;
talent convinces tact converts; talent com
mandstact is obeyed. In the light of these
instructive contrasts, we aak our young read
er, fitting themselves for the task of life, if
they wish to have the right kind of music,
to remember the epotherm that "talent
without tact is like a fiddle without a bow."
Ih column of a newspaper oontaia dally
some narrative of grievous affliction endured
by some of the suffering sons and daughter of
humanity, in the varied walks of life. These
narratives have a lessen to petty grumblers.
We are too apt to complain of our petty
grievance a Intense, when indeed our lot is
one of comparative comfort, as was the man who
went Into the street, sorrowing that he had no
shoes, but was learned to bow in reconcilia
tion when he found a neighbor without feet
That whioh we ean remedy we should regu
late. Beyond this, the devout say, "Thy will
be done?" It I difficult to eonoeiv any thing
more beautiful than the reply girea by one in
affliction, when he was asked how he bore it
so well. "It lightens the stroke," said he, "to
draw near to him that handles the rod."
Our Carrier in Indianapolis.
The looal of the Indianapolis Atlrn rather
like the energy and activity of ou wrier at;
that place. He says of hlmi
"The meat anergetle person we know, Is a red-:
haired man who carries the Penny Prtu In this
portion of the oity. He darte la and out of
various plaoe of business, where the Prut is
taken, with a celerity quite astonishing, and
to see him flying along the street with hi
oat-tail flapping In the wind, one would
think he was propelled by si steam engine.
He give all his attention and speed to the
rapid delivery of the Prat, and though hi
quiok rolling eyes takes in at a glance every
thing passing around him, he stop for nothing
while going his usual rounds, but keeps right
on, forgetting none of his subscribers, and com
municating bis own railroad speed to everybody
he meets. We are not personally acquainted
with him, nor do we know his name, but we like
him because he possesses so much snap and
railroad energy, and la so effloisnt In the per
formance of his duty, however hamblo."
Thank you, Mr. Allot man; we are glad to
hear you speak so well of our agent. The
Pcxit Pais Is a go-ahead Institution and all
who come In contact with It eatoh the locomo
tive Infection. Its Inorease of circulation Is
without parallel, East er West, and In six
month will be far greater thin that of any
other paper west of New York.
Funny for Corwin.
Here is another good thing about Tom Cor
win from the Mao-a-oheok Preu .-
While thii eloquent orator of the people was
ipeaking at Springfield, Ohio, to dense thou
sands, a blaok, middle-liied bull-terrier, with a
round face not unlike Corwln's, climbed upon
the stand, and taking hi place by the orator,
ealmly looked out over "the sea of upturned
faces." Ee did this in suoh a knowing man
ner that the audience began to laugh. Corwin
noticing it at last, waved the dog baok with
his hand, saying, "Come, one at a time, old
fellow' Ball stepped back a few pace and
turned hi head on one side with a quinical
expression, as u inquiring wnat ne meant.
Corwin returned the look as near like Bull's as
his worderfnlly expressive countenance could
eotne, and then said confidentially to the
crowd, "I do believe he think of leaving the
other dogs and joining the Eepublioan party I"
This was followed by a roar, la the midst of
whioh Bull cocked up hi toll and deliberately
trotted out of the hall every part of him say
ing, plainly a a dog could speak, that he
"wouldn't stand any more of suoh d d
TTke statement in regard to the identity
of the British Admiral, now serving In the
JEast Indies, with the Captain of the Endy
in, when engaged with the President in
1816, Is erroneous. The latter was Henry
Hope, who was born in 1787, appointed cap
tain in the Royal Navy the 24th of May,
1808, and Admiral of the Blue, hi present
rank, in 1858; while the Admiral who com
manded at Peiho, in China, on the 25th of
June, was born in 1808, appointed Captain In
the Navy in 1838, and Rear Admiral or the
Blue on the 18th of Norember, 1857. The two
Admiral are coaslni.
fit" Albert Gallatin, grandion of the former
Viee-Presldentt died September 11, In the
thirty-fifth year of hii age, at Geneva, fiwlt
aerland, having aailed from Philadelphia cn
the 20th of June last, for the benefit of hi
health. Pure, high-minded and honorable,
lie wai widely esteemed, and wa likewise dis
tinguished In hii profession for sound Judg
ment and accuracy of legal investigation. He
died in the birthplaee el hl grandfather, who
was a 8 wis. ' ,s
Aecording to advices from Cape Town,
dated June 18, the Swedish traveler, Ander
son, has at length reached the Cunene Kiver,
and proposes to explore the mouth of the
river and the adjoining country, previous to
hi return to Europe, lie enjoyed excellent
health, and was received with great cordial
ity by King Nangora. ; ,
ssTScnator Douglas ha recently had born
unto him an heir of hi fame and estate,
who will be known a "JlUn."
The Diamond and the
Untied States Annexed.
The long talked-of and hugely magnified
wedding of Don Estaban Santo Cru de Oveldo
and Miss Frances Amelia Bartlett, took place
on Thursday last. Of It the Timtt says:
"As the utmost paint had been taken by the
parties Intrusted with the arrangements to
make the affair one of public noteriety, there
was a vast throng present at St. Patrick's
Cathedral, where the choicest seats had been
reserved for the crtint da la crmt of Oothamite
society; a middle region set apart for the less
pretentious middle class; and the remainder of
the sacred precincts consecrated to the mob.
At noon Archbishop Hughes appeared, fol
lowed immediately by the bridal group, and
the marriage was solemnised according to the
Koman Catholic ritual. Curiosity was annua
antly gratified in the inspection of ths wealthy
bridegroom and of his young and handsome
bride, whose expensive parur had so long
been the theme of exaggerated gossip.
"After beiner warned bv the Archbishops
gainst any imitation of King Henry VIII
or Napoleon I, and encouraged with
the reasonable hope of an average conjugal
hanninesa. the bridegroom was dismissed t
the bride turning to the andience, gladdened
a thousand eyes with the spectacle of her un
ruffled beauty a she embraced, one after
another, her parents and her bridesmaids,
shook hands with her groomsmen, and retir
ing through the vestry, took carriage for ber
paternal noma in Fourteenth-street. The
crowd, blue, white, blaok and gray, dispersed
itself as best it could. Mott-street saw the
vision of love and luxury fade from its bat
tered and seedy precincts as suddenly as it
had arisen ; the distinguished wonder-seekers
departed, and the interest of the day, dying
gently out tnrougn tnree noun oi jurown,
policemen, bride-cake, homage, oysters, jam,
suffocation, admiration and the worship of
Iroutteaius at tne House oi mr. isarueu in
Fourteenth-street, passed into history for
ever and these faithful chronicles."
Db. Lthak Bikobrs. The venerable Br.
Lyman Beeoher, on Wednesday, reached his
eighty-fourth year. He is in good health.
The Indeptndent says:
Dorintr the past summer he hai visited six
of hi children, residing in Connecticut and
Massachusetts. While in Hartford he at
tended the wedding of one of his grand
daughters, and while on his return trip, visited
Guilford, Conn., to review the scenes of his
early life, where he married his first wife (in
179,7) the mother of seven children, now liv
ing. His health is generally good, enabling
him to attend nearly all the meetings at Ply
mouth Churob, in whioh he often bear a part.
He spent bis birthday with his most intimate
collage friend and classmate, the venerable S.
T. staple, sq., or Ben lots..
WlBM RKCIFTIOiC 0F GlICBBAL SCOTT 0!t IHB
Isthmus. An Aspinwall correspondent of the
Hew lore Timet lays mat uenerai ooouwas
received in that elty with great enthusiasm.
Every one seemed anxious to contribute his
preienoe, and to give the American chief a
warm greeting. Salutes were fired and cheers
given. Upon landing, the General was escorted
by the American shipmen in port to the Hon
ard House, where he was met by hundreds who
were eager to see him. Here tne old bero was
waited upon by the Prefeot, Senor Arcsemena,
the foreign Consul and icveral American and
foreign gentlemen, woo were severally Intro
dueed to him.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Sunday Evening Dispatches.
Four Later from
NORTH BRITON AT FARTHER POINT.
Death of U. S. Minister Mason.
FURTHER POINT. October 16.
The steamship NortX Briton passed this
point early this morning, with Liverpool dates
to Wednesday, tne ota lust.
The steamer Europa arrived out on the 3d
and the Anflo Saxon on the 4th.
Mr. Mason, united b tales Minuter at Paris,
died suddenly of appoplexy.
The Great Eatten was to leave Portland for
Holyhead on the 8th Inst.
All the six Plenipotentiaries were preient at
the Conference held on the 3d inst., at whioh
time the artioles of the treaty of peace were
The Paris Patri say that the treaty will be
signed in a few day, and that it will confirm
the cession of Lombardy and contain a settle
ment of the Lombard debt. The affairs of
Central Italy will be settled by the European
It is asserted at Paris that Austria las eon.
sented to reduce the Piedmontese portion of
tne jjomoaru aeoc irom lour hundred million
((francs to a little more than half that sum.
Ebolaho. The London 2ms has another
sharp arteile on "the San Juan difficulty.
While rejoloing at the mission of Lieutenant
General Scott, and trusting to a pacific solu
tion, the artlole asserts that the Island be
longs to England, and pitches into General
Harney as a fillibuster.j
A vague rumor prevails of a strike among
the iroa miner.
LIVERPOOL. October 4.
the last three dsys have
heen 28,000 bales, including 2,000 bales to
Speculators and 8,000 for export. The market
closed quiet, but steady. Holders are offering
their stocks freely, but show no disposition to
press sales. Middling Orleans is quoted at
, Uplands at 8d.
i The advices from Manchester are unfavor
able, there .being little inquiry for goods, and
prices continue weak, with a partial decline
for some articles.
I Breadttufft.Tb market shows a declining
tendency, and all descriptions are lower.
Messrs. Richardson & Spence quote Flour
lull, at a decline of 6d.ls. per sack and
barrel. Wheat has also declined 2d. per
cental. Corn quiet and prlcei steady ne
J notation given. Some of the elroulars aay
lat Breadstuff! elosad quiet, being slow of
sale, but prices unaltered,
j Provinont. The market closed dull hut
steady. Beef steady. Pork dull and steady.
Bacon quiet. Lard steady and in better de
mand at dds. oa. (9 oos.
i Produte. Sugar steady. Bice dull. Coffee
quiet. Spirit Turpentine at 55s. 9d.
LIVERPOOL. October 5— P.M.
The cotton market close steady. The sale
to-day are estimated at 8,000 bales, including
i.ouu Dales lor speculation ana export.
Breadstuff! close quiet. Provisions steady.
LONDON, October. 4.
' Breadstuff close dull, but steady. Corn
firm and considerable business has been done
in floating cargoes. Sugar heavy. Coffee
dull. . Tea slow of sale, hut prices are with
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
LONDON, October 5—M.
Consols for money close at il 9i for
money and JSJf for account.
The builders' strike in London continues,
the efforts to obtain a settlement of the difficul
ties having failed.
The transport ship Clara, with four hundred
soldier, and their wive and ehildren on board,
struck a rook in the English Channel, but th
ship succeeded in reaching Portland harbor,
The London Timtt says that the agents of
French, Austrian and Sardinian Government
are soliciting tender from English iron foun
ders for large quantities of rifled cannon.
Fbasos. The Emperor is to leave Blarrlts
on the 10th Inst., and will stop two day at
Bordeaux, where it is expected he will make a
The French army of 'observation will winter
la Italy, v. . . .
The latest rumor ay that th preparations
for the Frenoh expedition to China have been
suspended, and the indications of a backing
aown oy jrrsnoe are apparent.
; Marshal Neil's order of the day on Joining
th troops at Toulouse, has been construed Into
aa admission that peace I not likely to last
The London Utrald't Pari correspondent
says that nothing is beard oa every side but
preparations lor war, and give a similar pic
ture of affairs in Austria and Sardinia.
Mr. Mason died on the Sd lost.
General Changarnler had returned to Paris.
A letter from Paris says that the visit of the
King of Belgium to Biarrlts, in relation to the
Belgium debt to France, has proved a perfect
IrALV.T-The Sardinian Government has sent
a oiroular not to the representatives of the
European Courts, urging the formation of a
Kingdom of Upper Italy. It is asserted that
the Pope has ordered the delivery of his pass
port to the Sardinian Minister. It is also re
ported that this has given rise to a collision
between the Swiss troops and th neutrals,
stationed at Cat talon a.
It is said that an Insurrectionary movement
has ooourred at Palermo.
The Sardinian standard has been hoisted on
the old palaces and all the publlo buildings.
The deorees issued in Tuscany and Bologna
state that In future all the public aots shall be
headed, "undor the reign of Hi Majesty, Vio
General Garibaldi ha bsen enthusiastically
reoeived at Bologna.
In the order of the day Issued by General
Fanti, he promises that the trioolor of Italy,
preoeded by the old cross of Savoy, will
precede the troops of Central Italy in fresh
battles and forever "free Italy from the
General Garibaldi ha Issued a proclamation
summoning the Italians of the legations to
arms, and a collision 1 ihortly expeoted.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
ST. LOUIS. October 16.
The Overland Mail with dates to the 2)d
ult. hai arrived here.
The Agricultural Fair at Sacramento wa
largely attended from all parts of the State.
Crowd of politician congregated there, and
the canvass for the successor to Senator
Broderickhad already commenced. General
Denver and Qovernor Weller appear to be
the strongest candidates at present, but at
least half a dozen other are striving for the
srodericrs estate is vaiuea at zL3U,uuu,
which ia encumbered to the amount of
$85,000. He left no will, and, it was sup
posed, no relatives, out two persons in Ban
Francisco named Edmund Welsh and Lucy
Brown claim the estate, being, a they assert.
cousins in the second degree.
The Sacramento (Democratic) Standard
states, on the authority of a prominent Anti
Lecomptonite and a warm supporter of Brod
erick, that he (Broderick) in his room at San
Francisco, juBt before receivingthe challenge
from Terry, said that he expected to receive
challenges from Terry, Gwin and Denver,
and that he expected to kill all three of them
before leaving for Washington.
A Pacific Railroad Convention, composed of
delegates from all th Pacific States and Terri
tories, was In session at San Francisco, and
was very largely attended. John Bidwell, of
California, was chosen President, and Edward
Landen, of Washington Territory, and Alex
ander P. Ankey, of Oregon, Vice-Presidents.
A vast amount of statistics and argument in
favor of virion routes, and in favor of the
road itself, comprises the substance of the pro
ceeding thus far, but it was believed that
some aotion to build California's portion of the
road will be reoommended before the conven
The business demands from the country had
Improved somewhat, but importer were doing
very little. A cargo of eight thousand bags
of Rio Coffee, by W.B. Seranlon, had been
sold at anction, averaging $14 28jjJ pr '"sT
Provisions nominal. Sugar heavy.
WASHINGTON, October 16.
Whatever newspaper speculation may be
indulged In concerning the San Juan dispatch,
it Is known that both Government are treating
the subject in a spirit of calmness, and there is
nothing whatever to induce the belief that the
entire matter will not be amicably adjusted.
The latest foreign advioes, as well as wbat has
transpired in Washington, strengthen this as
sertion, oonoernlng the present State of the
The Demooratlo National Committee, of
which Judge Smalley, of Vermont, is Chair
man, and Hon. C. L. Vallandigham, of Ohio,
and others are Secretaries, will, early this week,
issue an oinciei notice tor a meeting of tne
uommuteo on tne in or xieoemoer, in this oity,
to fix the time for the meeting of the Charles
The dedication of the new Catholic Churoh
of St. Aloyslus, to-day, was witnessed by per-
naps tne largest crow a mat ever gathered
here on a similar ocoasloa.
The President and several member of the
Cabinet and Foreign Minister, were preient
Archbishop Hughe preached and oclebrated
In view of the probable ratification of our
new treaty with the Chinese Empire, a sum
mary of the trade at Shanghai, for the year
1858, has been made at the State Department,
from whioh it appears that the aggregrato
imports war nearly f 14,000,000, and the ag
gregate exports 159,600,000 the total value
of the opium imported being upward of
The inward and outward tunnaga show
four hundred and sixty-four British, one hun
dred and fifty-three American, and five hun
dred and fifteen of other nations.
The New Orleans paper of Tuesday last
have been reoeived. The details of Mexican
new received from Minititlan are very con
tradictory. A letter from Pensaeola says that the United
States steamer Tvlten I being taken off the
beach at Santa Rosa; she is to bs remodeled
and thorouahlylreatted at thePensaoola Narv-
ST. LOUIS. October 16.
A special dispatch to the Rtvuhliea savs
that Captain Simpson and party reached
Leavenworth, yesterday morning, from Cali
fornia, eta Camp Floyd. The captain report
his return route from California to Camp
Floyd better than the outward one. Both are
two nuadrea ana srty mile shorter than the
Humboldt Hirer route, a much superior
grade, and also more wood, water and gras.
Captain, Simpson also, fay direction of Gen
eral Johnson, explored a new pas through
the Unite Mountain, which will shorten Gun
nison's route to Camp Floyd about one hun
dred miles, and in oase a pass is found through
the Rocky Mountains, directly east of Unite
River, a route will have been obtained shorter
than any bow aoross the plains.
The Case of Bishop Onderdonk.
RICHMOND, October 16.
Parties who are familiar with ehnrch affair
say that th report in relation to the action of
th House of Bishops, on the restoration of
Bishop Onderdonk, la most probably un
founded. On the other hand, the rumor is
agaia repeated, and th vote is now said to
have been twenty-eight against and six for
reiteration. Nothing oan be ascertained of a
Arrival Star of the
NEW YORK, October 16.
The steamer Star oj th Wttt baa arrived
with the California mails, about three hundred
and fifty passengers and $1,800,009 in treasure.
She made the run from Key West with only
one engine In oonsequcnoc of the accident by
which her shaft wa broken.
Her date from California have been anticipated.
NEW YORK, October 15
City aailed for
Liverpool at soos to-day with I180,0 in
specie. . , ,
WA8AMAK. At Summer Hill, OmhbIwII Co..
K j. , Unrr Clarence, yonngal ion of Jrwierkk and
Cthrln 8tmmi!i,oMrop'y. on Bundar niornias,
October 1, at 10H o'clock, aged t j-eiiri.
runenl t 1 o'clock lo-dar, 17lh. Carriages will
twin waiting at Mr. Miller's (undertake), Taylor
atreet. Frlpndtof tli tamllr are iurlted to atteud
without further notice. -
THOMPSON. At Glcndale.on Saturday, October
14, at 4 o'clock P- M., John Franklin, eon of Samnel
J, and A, li. Thompson, aged tight years and ten
friends of the family an Invited to attend tbe
funeral this day at lOo'olock.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
. A SATI, EAStlRD BVriOTDAL CMS, VOS -
Bummer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Ac
rTwenrr-lTe cents per bottle,
nnx u nrrnv
WW, UL, UIAUJ1, vrufKi.,,
Corner of Fifth andf Main-streets.
THE REGULAR MEETING
nf th (ITNfiTNNATr SUNDAY HO HOOT,
TJMUN.wlll be held at Colon Chapel, ou THIS
nnmnu, uctooer ir, at 7 o-ciock. &u m in.
vlted, THOS. J BANK LAND,
PALMER'S BALM OF ROSES
li & nranfti-Ation thftt will be dulY ftnnrecle.
ted by all that doilre to restore by art the bloom of
youth. Iu application la quit easy; It effects per
fectly natural, and its use Is eutlrely hamlet. It li
applied with a molUned cloth. Price 2b cent aci
OFFICE OF THE PASSEN-
ranR UATr.no n nnMPtvvcr nrv.
win. ia, o. vT.curuorui jniru null Aace-eirreu,,
October 13, m Thi road I now open. Cars will
Ih, M . T T a m .. - . rr v. i 1 j t, - . .
an, interval or ten minniea, irom disc a. bi.
until midnight, rnnnlng eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence ureet, and wetward on
Foorth-etreet to Smith, and on fifth-street to
Wood. Cltiaen will plum bur In mind that the
cars will Invariably cross intoMaotlng atreau before
topping for saaaongera,
ocl-tf JAME3 J. BOBBINS, President.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
The re-ralnatlon of real estate, a returned
by the Diatrict AsaeHora, ia now open for examlna
1. at the County Auditor office, to which Attan.
tion ia directed. If any complaint 1 to be made, tbe
aameahonld bln writinff. nd nrAvlouetothAfnnrtK
Monday in October, Uo, after which no complaint
Will )6 FdCOivod
By order of the Board of tqualliatlon,
PALMER'S LIQUID BLANC
DB PGAKLB il faat suDeraedinar the nae
of powders for the face, a, in addition to ail the de
sirable properties of the finest powder, It poeseflsea
mai oi allaying an luiiammauon, removea tan. sun
burn and freckle, and when properly applied, it ef
fect can not be distinguished from thoHe of Nature's
own beuutifier. It i applied with asoft sponge, rub
bing the face gently with a piece of aont flannel after
it has become dry. Price M cents.
SOLON PALMER, Agent,
Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumery, No. 36
West Jourth-itreotj oc
rOWDERwill remove inDarflnnnj hair
without fail, if usfd according to the direction.
Being entirely free from all arsenical or other poison
ous ingredienta, no danger need be apprehended from
il applloatlnu. Price Vlcenta. oc5.
THAT DR. RO BACK'S SCAN-
TilViVTlN mAyvA Dill- .j ni a wi
p , , ' " i sriue nuu diuuq run
liar tar A si wisi(rla sti rn fn ra.i. I. j i
numerouB testimonial ia the Docton poMeas.ou.
which eaa be examined at his office, So. 6 ast
uui lu-Btrovt, vj muy uua nt any time. OClam
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throughout tbe United States, to be the moat effectual
blood-purlUorever known, and to have relieved more
Buffering, and effected more permanent ourtM, than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
SaltKhouin, Erysipelas, Scald-head, acaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottle, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit direction! for the cure of ulcerated sore
leg, and other corrupt and running ulcers, is given In
the pamph let wl tb each bottle. For aale by JOB N D
PAftK, SUIEB. MKBIS1N 4,00., antf QEORG1C
M. DIXON. Price J I. epl-ay
Are offerings superb assortment ef Winter Goods
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
ONE HUNDRED PIECES
xiraquautv, 570. ana si per yards
Oheap tine Black Bill juit reeMved ;
Bleu Silks and Bobes for tvenlng wear.
Winter Cloaks, Winter Shawls
ttrlpd Raglans and Shawls I
Lara assortment of Cloth Cloaks;
auiuroiuerea rvet uiouis;
Winter Shan la, at all prises ;
snU' Traveling lihawle.
Winter Dress Goods
French and English Printed and Plain Herlnees:
Elegant Uutimrre ana Utlaln Robes:
Printed Oasbmere for Srraalng Oownat
1 ancy and All-wool Plaids fur Children.
SHETLAND W00LOPF 1 A HOODS.
Tails, Shawls and Nublcs.
Tor Ladle, Oasts and Children, selling at oost
Roper. Bed Blankets, very cheap ;
A lot of CA3IDRIC BANDS, Vlonnelaf s tad
Set sU Bargains,
Broclte Shawl Borders.
trash Lot, just In,
TEN OASES" CALICOES,
' fiooio,oalltv, at eM cents:
. Super. Delaine, at IVi cent.
m.u uB..u,iaiat uuniorf , I II. UUl HOOP
shirt extra quality Kid OIovm, reduced to 71 cents,
In black, white and colors ; Cloths, Oaasl meres and
i vo.uiga nuuw .ui ub sum uncommonly
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUTLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITX PIKS'S OPIRA-H0C61.
R, M. BARTIETT'S
Orcr Evens. Swift it Co.' (Baukers),
THIRD AND WALNCT-STEBETS.
THREE SESSIONS PES DAY FROM
tbl time on.
MORNING 8E8HION 8 10 HO'OLOOK.
AFTKRNOON 8EaHION.......W to SO'CLOOK
KVININO BI8B10N ..7 to O'CLOCK
THE EVEN I NO trtiinM
TB.BEI CLASSES FORMED THII mVBNI58.
un In Double-entry Book-keeping.
On la Commercial Calculation,
One In Penmanship.
All who iaefre to attend thmMla.
send their son, wlih to be poited reapectlng th dlf
ferenc of instruction txtwern it. U. Bartlett's Com
mercial College and that of other, should not fall
to be on hand. oclft-a
MO. SOS HYGAMOBI-STREIT,
Ml ANUFACTURES THE WEI.r..Trwnww
i-'-i. Carmlno and Shoemakers Ink, Also. Fine
Herkinar Ink. The Garmina I. . .7.151. JI.S!
andean b need with a ateel pen without ehanciaa
oior. ah inks of my nunufactur are warranted.
rerssleat17Hla-strl. " 5ot7aif
Chas. S. Weatherby,
. "'; No. lli FIFTH-STREET,
BETWEEN TIM AND 1UCB-STREHT0,
Is now offering an
SHAWLS AND I
Boagbi al the
NEW YORK AUCTION SALES.
OBSERVE THE PEICE3.
Bilk Robe at $33, worth $43.
Bilk Robe at $14, worth $33.
Fanoy Bllka at 43o.i worth He.
Fancy Bilk at rSe., worth $1.
Blaok Bilk at T5o., worth $1.
Fia'd French merino at 90o., worth $1.
French Merinoes at 63o,, worth 8TX.
French Merinoes at $1, worth $1 at.
Wool Plaids at 30o worth 35c.
Ottoman Plaids at 15c, worth 33o.
4-4 bleached Muslin at 0o. worth 19H,
6-4 P. C. Manila at lie, worth 14o.
Canton Flannel at lOc, worth 19Ho.
Best English Print at lOo., worth 12.
Amerloan Print at 6Me. worth SKc.
Russia Crash at So.
Red Flannels at 30c, worth 25c
Irish Linen at 5o., worth 37Ke.
WHITE GOODS & LACES
AT MUCH LESS THAN THB COST OF
Citizens and Visitors
Will find th
Erer brought to tha West
CMS. S. WEATHERBFS,
No. 119 Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS,
MRS. IT. .1. JIRFI V
AND VOOAT MUSIC.
Residence No. 3ay Slxih-atreet.
W Now has pupil In. the first families in the
Cordial Elixir of Wild
THIS BLIXIR IS 8URPASSIN3LY
agreeable to tbe taste, and oontains all the
cut. principle or the Wild Unerry Bark In high
state of perfection, combined with several graufol
aiwuiiit,. iin.inuiirKinRDiau wn a a pta
ant medicine, uniting with it tonic nnmn thelm
nortant DrOMrtvnf nA I m I n 0 VArvnn. Iv,lt.,ln.
Excitability, and la a moetoffectlv Btrength.ner
auu uwiurtuTB, aumiraoty aaaptea to tn treat'
ment of Debility of the Stomach, Impaired Sige.
tion, Weak aud languid Habile, especially of wo.
men and children, Losa of Appetite, do.
Prepared and for sal by
BUIBK, EOKBTIIN CO.,
eel'e Oppoalte the Poatofflo.
Buckeye File Ointment.
THIS OINTMENT 13 PREPARED
from the Bnckeye, or Horn Ohaatnnt, com
bined with other well-known remedies, and never
an to cure mat aiatressing complaint flLKa.
Prepared and sold by
SU1BK, KOKSTim OO.. Drngirltts,
t oclTc Oppoilte the Pouoffloe.
Chapped Hands, &c.
OTJR IMPR0VBD GLTCERINB 10
TION Is h ghly perfnmed, and free from the
nnpleaaant odor of Glycerins.
Prepared and far sale by
8UIBB, ECKSTEIN CO.,
oclT-o Opposite the Poetofflce.
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
FOR THB CURE OF BRONCHITIS,
Hoarsen, Cough, Cold, Ac, public speak
er and linger will find them invaluable for clear
ing and strengthening the voice. For sale by
ftDIBIC. KUK8TKIN 00.,
oclT-e OppoalK th Poatoffloe.
OF A MOST DELICIOUS FLAVOR,
highly recommended for Congha and Cold by
the moat distinguished jTrtneh and American phy
luiMue. vr law vj
BDIEK, ECKSTEIN i OO.,
oelT Opposite the PoatoMce.
fhTOTICENOTICE IS HEREBY UIVBN
A." that tb subscriber has been appointed and
Saallfled a administrator on th estate of Win.
tael McDowell, deceased.
Cincinnati, Oct. 1, 18M. LOh.Tlmee oc!7c
NOTICE. ALL PBRSONS ARE HERE
BT notified that I will pay no debt contracted
by Charlotte Simpson, after tills date.
October IS. 193. ocl7c
Times copy it and charge Prea.
John Shillito & Co.,
101, 103 nd 10S Wttt FourtJixt.,
Have In iter aa elegant stoek ef
DELAINES & CASHMEBES,
Robe de Chambre,
Irish PoplJ'iig, &o.
Having ptuehased the abovt Good, en th .(
favorabl torau, w are prepAred to offer great la-
dttsetnent te oar easterner.
To Blacksmith Horse Shoers.
IN ADDITION TO 0UR LAR'JB AND
well aworted atock of Cart Steel, w eve in receipt
of the varied eiaes of , , .
Andtowhleh w Invite th attention of th above
WM. JIS30P B0N.
ATTGCBTTJ8 WII8BL Agent,
oolSawf . No. T Oolnmbla-street.
REMEMBER NO. SO.
From the New York end Boaton Aaottani,
whloht I feel eonfldent, will be faaad
th cheapest erer offered la thle
elty, wis i
10,000 yards Tenor Bilks, worth ents, selling at
700 yard. Extra Fanoy Bilks, worth 91 UM.MUlng
1,000 yards Blaok Illks, worth 1 10, telling at T)t
1,100 yard Oll-boHed SU, worth l WX, selling at
4,000 yards Figured Delaines, worth UM oents, wil
ing at MMoents;
1,000 yards F Isured DelalnM, worth eents, selling
000 yards Figured All- rool Delaines, wortb 00 oents,
selling at 43 cents
J,000 yards of Taleneias, worth B oents, sailing at li
W plaoe Frenoh Marino, worth l, selling atlTX
40 pleoes Frenoh Merinoe. worth VI tlH, selling at
10 cases Prints, worth 1W cents. selling at 10 oents;
1 cases do., worth 10 oents, selling at IH eents ;
case FUIow-eas Muslin, worth 10 cents, selling at
i)i oents ;
S cases do.. 40 Inohes, Boaton, worth HX cent, sell
ing at 11 cent ;
10 case Hamilton Canton Flannel, worth 12X cents,
selling at II eents;
5 bales White, Bed, Tellow and Gray Flannels,
Worth S3 cents, selling at 20 eents ;
10 pieces Bleached Table Daaaaak, worth 3TX eents,
selling at 31 oents;
U pieces Brown do., worth so cents, selling at X3X
Shawl and Cloak Department
Will b (band tbe Latest and Nweet Styles.
HOSIERY & GLOVES.
JOJ dos. Blaok, White and Mode Wool Hose, worth
87 oents P'r pair, selling at 3d cent ;
WO dos. Jourln Eld Gloves, worth 8TX eents, ssV'ng
at (0 cent ;
800 do., wortb W e ents, selling at to cents.
33,000 worth of Swiss and Jaooonet Collars and
ts, 10 per nt, below what they eoel to Import.
No. 00 West Fifth-street,
THIBD DOOB VIST OF TIM.
N. W. comer Fifth and Vino-its.
Gent' Merino Underrtlrts, tie aaelt.
Gents' Merino Understlrts, T5c. each
Gent' Merino Understlrts, 7e. eacn.
Ladles' Merino Vnderreitf, TSo. each.
Ladle' Merino Underrets, T5c. caob.
Ladles' Merino oVnderTesti T5c. each.
Girl' and Bo? Underreits. all aliea.
Girls.' and Boys' Underreits, all sixes.
Boys' and Girls' Drawer, every size
trays' and Girls' Drawer, every sue.
Ladle' All-wool Bibbed Hose, 46e.
Ladles' All-wool Ribbed Hose, 45c.
Ladles All-wool Bibbed Hoe, 45c.
BeantUul fland-knlt Hoods.
, Beautiful Hand-knit Hood.
Beantlfol Hand-knit Hoods.
LEAVITT & DEVI8,
LEAVFTT & BEVI8
N. W. con tor Fifth and Viae.
J . C. TOWERS &CO.
Hi TTEAS AND FCRRIBR9,
No. 149 Maln.streeti
oclt . One door below Fourth.
'Mons; -and Mad. Ernest
former p atrons, and tbe eltlaens of Oln. n
clnna'H and vl.Jnlty, that their Behool willT
ope.et .. ) , . ,
SaTCRDAY, OCTOBEB 29, 1859.