ANDY W. FEA.N013O0. JOHN D.OALDWILli
1P1T0BJ km raSrSITOS,
Of rioa, 14 wist focith-btiht.
A friend to ths Pisht Pssss, whose hert
and whose signature il "Charity," regrets tint
an artlole on "Mendicity," written by ai few
days ilnoe, expresses our vlewi. The writer
of the note oonveying these regreti, evidently
mistakes oar meaning. Instead ef refuiog to
relieve sotnal distress, or aid the starring, we
would hunk tip the real poor, those in actual
suffering, and administer to them reliefc We,
however, would hare our charity effeotive we
respect the weight of the argument that early
eduoation hie great foree in producing Improvi
dence. Those in real distress, bowerer caused,
wo Would not despise nor oegleot. But we
know that there are undeserving persons Im
posing on the deserving those who oheat you
in begging your money, and ere suoh as
'Charity" is as likely to relieve as those in
nooJ. The deoelver puts on the appearance
of great distress. lie frequents, in the habili
ments of woe, the thoroughfare! and plaoes cf
public resort, and secures in a short while
from small pittances a large sum of money.
Children are systematically trained to beg
about the streets; and older persons having
charge of them send the little girls and little
boys from house to house to beg, as a business.
We may be mistaken in the policy of exclud
ing professional beggars from the street, but
we do not counsel an abandonment of the
suffering. We propose a conferenoe of the
officials engaged in municipal care of the
unfortunate with the Directors of the Eouso
nf Refuge, the City Missionaries, the Relief
Union, the Mayor, the Senators and Repre
sentatives elect, and the active citizens who
are engaged in systematic benevolence. Let
them converse upon this important subject
the discouragement of professional begging,
the best mode of administering relief to the
suffering, and as to the education for neg
lected youth. Let the charitable meet on
Monday, half-past threo P. M., on Fourth-
street, over book-store of Mooas, Wilbtach
k Keys. An adjourned meeting to organizo
a Children's Aid Society, and a Cincinnati
Industrial School, will be held in that place
the hall of the Young Men's Christicn
Union at that time.
The Name of Cincinnati on the Bills.
city may be assured that the posters of oertain
railroad companies, heretofore omitting the
name of Cinoinnatt on the through route
from West to East, will hereafter have said
name fully displayed thereon. It is as plain
as a nose on a man's face, that every branch
of business, insluding that of the dally laborer
and meohanio, will be profited by the eonneo-
tion of the Front-street depots. Qulok trips
of freight are indispensable In the eompeti
tion of oities. By Northern routes, goods
have reached St. Louis from the East the same
boar that the train by the Ohio and Missis
sippi Railroad was ready to start over Mill,
ortek on its way to St. Louis.
Progress is the word speed Is the demand
A new era approaches for a brisk trade and
profitable transportation by the Cincinnati
route. Be generous and liberal, property
holders along the contemplated line; it it
manifest destiny that the connection must be
consummated, and it is a sure thing, if properly
conducted, that it will prove of Inestimable
value to Cincinnati as a trade oenter of tho
West We candidly believe that the City
Council's aotion in favor of "oonneotlon," will
bring sufficient additional wealth to tax to pay
every dollar lost by loans to railroads.
last advices not boen signaled. Tasr Beobci's
Fuocesmui norst-raoiog puts money In his
purse. "Prioress" beat the English howo
Toxopholite," winning a purse of $5,000
fhe river at Pittsburg Is falling Ave feet
water in the obannel. The latest news of the
New York election gives hopes to the friends
of the Utica tiohet that their candidate for
Bwctary ot State, also the Engineer, is
elected. Fearing the elawi ef a cat in a
velvet paw, Dr. S. G. Hows, whose name
rumor had mingled with the events at Harper's
Ferry, has taken an early train to Canada.
There Is considerable excitement In Charles
town, Virginia, occasioned by rumors of an
intended rescue of Ossawatonib Bbowh. The
Mayor has issued a proclamation that strangers
who eannot give a satisfactory account of
themselves will be placed under arrest. Four
or five barns and other buildings have been
burnt in the neighborhood, at is supposed by
sympathisers cf Bbowk. Troops occupy the
town. We who are not subjeotod to the fears
and apprehensions which beset slaveholders
thereabouts, cannot realise the full foree of
events there oocurring.
outs and Turn-rounds.
The resolution to grant street-railroads per
miion to lay down turn-outa is the speoial
order for the next meeting of the City Council.
"Turn-outs" have been demanded "turn
rounds" may be demanded. We mean, If the
plan be a proper one, to arrange for two traoks,
by laying a single line of iron on each side of
the present rails, then "turn round" the Iron
on the present rails, thus making it unneces
sary, in laying double traok, to take op the
wooden sleepers on which the present rails are
laid. This may not be the best mode to lay
a double track in some streets, butOouncll may
deem it proper to allow two tracks Instead of
In 1885 the City Treasury will have to be
relieved of $785,000 to redeem bonds then
due. The half-mill Sinking Fund now pro
vided for, realties about $30,000 per annum
at which rate la six years, $300,000 will be
added to the $115,000 now on hand. The
Legislature will have to be Invoked to allow
this oily to levy a mill Instead of half a mill
Ux tut the Sinking Fund. It would be im
politic, to re-ltsM the bonds.
Advance in Sugar and Molasses.
Advices by private dispatohei from New
Orleans, reported In Louisville Journal of
yesterday, announce that serious damage by
frost has occurred to the sugar sane on the
eoasi Prime sugar at New Orleans Is quoted
,t 7 fully fair at 1, and molasseei at tic.
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Excitement in Virginia.
Attempted Rescue of Brown Expected.
Ricbmoicd, November 17. Reports have
been received hero to-day from Charlestown,
stating that an attempted rescue of Brown was
expected and created great excitement. The
military of this city are under arms ready to
mareh at a moment's warning.
Aluandua, November 17. Great ezolto
ment exists in this city in oonsequenoe of a
rumor which is in circulation that the rescue
of Brown has been, or is about to be attempted.
Volunteers are assembling at the armo-ies.
Washington, November 17. A rumor was
Ovulated hereto-day that Brown's rescue was
attempted, but it fell still-born. The Rich
mond dispatch states that Edward Moffitt, who
was arrested at Lynchburg as a suspected par
ticipant in Brown's foray, has been released
for want of evidenoe.
Identifying parties have proceeded to YVjtn
ville for the purpose of examining another
suspeoted fugitive. Several suspected parties,
mostly northern peddlers, have recently been
arrested at Culpepper Court-house, and U ap
pears to be the Intention of the authorities to
plaoe in confinement all who cannot give a
good account of themselves.
A dispatch was received at Richmond this
evening from Col. Davis, at Charlestown, to
Gov. Wise, requesting him to send immediately
two companies of cavalry, and stating that five
barns and out-houres had been fired to-day,
it was supposed, by sympathizers with Brown.
Babnstabli, Mass., November 17. The
case of the fugitive slave, Columbus Jones,
was resumed. The prosecution concluded
their case. The defense contendod that tho
Blave was an involuntary deposit in the hand
of Capt. Bacon, which be was bound in com
mon law to keep safely and return. About
twenty-live witnesses were examined, xne
defense put in, as evidenoo, a deposition taken
in Florida. Objectionsto the testimony were
made. Every point and much testimony was
excluded. Tho question whether the subse
quent ratification of the acts of the defendant
by tne owner or ine siave wouia nave me ei
fect of an original agenoy, was discussed and
decided against the defendants.
Additional Mexican News.
Washington November 17. The Southern
mail furnishes the New Orleans Pieayum of
the 12th inst., from which tho following items
of news arc obtained :
The gale on the Gulf lasted for ten days.
Elrfre Grcsio savs. two conduotas of specie,
amounting to $3,000,000, had left San Luis for
the Rio Grande, and they were feared to bo
in danger from tne marauding parties.
Robles has lost ground with the Church
party, who suspected him ef the intention of
playing false. It was added in a postscript
to a letter to the Piaaytmt from Vera Cruz,
that Doblado had just entered Guanajuato
with seven thousand men.
Later from Pike's Peak.
from Denver City, with advices to the 10th
inst., has arrived, bringing $10,000 in treas
ure. Tbe Proviaoinal Government had gono
into full operation by the organization of both
branches of the Legislature. Steele, the
Governor elect, delivered a message, in which
he argues the necessity of the present form of
government until uongress snail trine action
in reference to the Territory. The mineis
continue to work in several localities, and
many were preparing for winter diggings.
Pittsburo, .November 17 M.. River six
feet seven inches by the pier-mark, and fall-
ins. weatner clear and pleasant.
Pittsburo, November 17 P. M. River five
feet nine inohes by the pier-mark, and falling;
St. Louis, November 17 P. M. River
fallen about an inch Ft this point in the last
twenty-four hours. Nothing new from tbe
upper streams. It has rained steady here all
day ana promises to continue ail night.
Lovisvillb, November 17 P. M. River
ruling slowly, with scant four feet in the Canai.
New York Election.
Albaby, November 17. The official returns
ssceived up to seven o'olook this evening rive
Jones, Demoorat and Utica, for Secretary of
Btate, i,xtv maj.j v. tt. ilicumond, Democrat
and Utica, for State Engineer, 2,170 nisi.; V,
L. Skinner, Demoorat and Utioa, for Canal
Commissioner, 218 msj., and D. P. Forrest,
Republican, for Prison Inspector, 131 maj.
Latib. The returns now are favorable to
the election of Chapln, Republican, for Canal
Bostow, November 17. It is stated that Br,
S. G. Howe has gone to Canada. His friends
disolaim any connection on his part with tb
Harper's Ferry plot.
Geo. A. Barnham, late liquor seent. was ar
raigned this morning before the Superior Court
on tne onargeof adulterating the State 1 anor.
He pleaded not guilty, and was held in $5,000
bonds for trial.
John MansOeld k Co., boot and shoe dealers.
Safety of the North Star.
1ckw YOBl. November 17. Information
has been received of the safety of the steame r
ivorii otnr. one wont asnore on French
Keys on the 24th ult., where she remained
seven days, and then got off without assist
ance. She preceded on her voyage to Aspin-
VV.U1 VU bUV Alt IUBI.
Trie above information is contained in a
letter lrom n assau, S.B., recoived at Charles
ton, B. v.
From New Mexico.
Lsavrnworth, November 17. A. D. Rich
ardson, of the Boston Journal, who has jut
arrived here from New Mexioo and the Pike's
Peak region, reports great excitement through
out New Mexico, on account of the recent In
Fifteen returning Pike's Peak emigrants,
while coming down Platte River in boats, were
drowned within a short period.
Augusta, Ga., November 17. A fire last
night at Atlanta, destroyed ssveral new stores
on Whitehall-street. Loss $100,000. Two
children were burnt.
At Griffin, a fire consumed six line stores on
Main-street, and a warehouse containing 400
bales of cotton. Loss $75,000.
cially announced this morning that tobacco
and corn are excluded from tbe list of free
imports at the Canary Islands. Both articles
are still subject to heavy duties. -
The Latest from Brownsville.
Nbw Oelbass, November 17. A gentleman
who left Brownsville on the 4th inst. reports
to the Tnu D,lia that the town had not then
been attaoked by Cortenas, but a demonstra
tion was hourly expeoted.
Death of Prominent Citizens.
MowrooMBBV, Ala., November 17. John
H. Murphy and William Larkin, prominent
business msn of this eity, died on Wednesday
last. . '
Death of Ex-Governor Gilmer.
Aoobsta, Ga., November 17. Ex-Governor
Gilmer died at Lexington, Ga., on Wednes
day, after several months illness.
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No Signs of the Canada.
Saci villi, November 17 There were no
signs of the Canada at Halifax this evening.
A. A. EyiUr, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry, Nos. 811 and 171 Western-row.
Gas Stoves south-east eorner cf Wal
nut and Fifth-streets
Daguerrean Gallery, south-west eor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Bannaford's
drug-store. Pictures taken and ut in good eases
for twenty cents. Warranted to please.
A man might as well attempt to hold
nlrnselfout at arm's length as to think of getting a
position In genteel society without dressing In the
mode. Do not disregard our advice, when we say to
you, go to J. W. Sprague A Go's., corner of vine and
Fourth, and select from their Immense and attractive
pS" Strangers and oltizens requiring gifts
and presents, or
Blch Dress Hair-pins,
lilch and Beautiful Tans,
Elegant Pocket Knives,
Carvod Pearl Card-esses,
Carred Pearl Porte-monnales,
Needle Books and Coses,
Steel Bracelets, Buckles and 81lde,
Btereowopes and Views,
Ladies' Bags and Porte-monnales,
Blch and Elegant Garters,
Ladies' Dressing Cases,
Ladles' Writing Desks,
Parses, Bclssors, Baiore, Shawl Finn, Brooches,
Bracelets, Perfnmerf, Konge, Parisian Pearl Drops,
Toilet Powder, Ilalr Dye, Hair Oils, Brushes, Oombi,
line Boaps, Ac, should visit
JOHN D. PABK'S Bazaar or Tancr,
N. E. corner of Fourth and Walnut-streets.
nut Methodist Episcopal Church, Louisville, by tho
Pastor, Kov. JobnD. Onins, air. John '. Staff, f
Ulddletnwn, Kv., to Miss Debbie A. Onina, daughter
of tho ofliciatlng minister.
NfcAL hulls near uroojiiyo. nr.. novemoer
Sll Mary Francis Miles.
ItANbON -SMITH On the 16th instant, at the
residence of tbe bride's father, in Covington, Mr. J.
M. Sanson to Mies Mollle Smith, all of the same
RTKVRNTON-In Rovlniton. Kv . on the 18th in.
hint. Mm. llobncnfi. wife of Beniamin titeventon.
COBB! -On the 30th of October, at the residence of
her sou-in-law, jyiujor James iraoue, in liouroou
iCounty, Ky., In the 7iith year of her age, Mrs. Saruli
Cosby, formerly a roeideut of Vorseilles, Woodford
Dixon's Sugar-coated Fills.
Purely Vegetable and Pleasant to Use
sWAdmltted to be the Best Family Pill In use.
Prepared only by
GEO, M. DIXON, Druggist,
au29-cm Oornar of Fifth and Main -streets.
Y. M. M. L. A..
EEV. STUART ROBINSON,
Monday EYening, Nor. 21,
Smith & Nixon's Hall.
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Eruptions of the Face, Tetter, Ringworm, Bar
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SHORTEST LINE TO CLEVELAND.
ON MONDAY, THE 14TH INST..
thef:lnplnnnti. Hufnilrnnanri n.vtnn.
In cuiinoclinn wltb the (Hcveland, lolumbueond
Cincinnati Hnilrond Company, open, it New
.u nusDurg. -
Trains will leave Cincinnati at 10 A. M.t thronsh
to Olevolaiid without change of care, and 11)30 P.
M. ncwseuHerscliaiiKecariat Orentline. .
Pasncugcre returning from the East make direct
ou close connections, uoiu ai uieveiana ana ntta
liursr. bv nil triiinii.
(fcarihe attention of shippers of Freight from the
last Is called to this line, l.owent ptiora anil
quickest time guaranteed. Hark. "Via Del
awaro uui-uu." D. ncliAUKIl,
There will beaKnactal Mmtins nt thm fMn.
citiuail Pioneer Association, at thedouncil Chamber,
Saturday evenin. November 19, lf9, at 7 o'clock P.
ai. uy uruvr vi lao nxncmiTD iximiniuce.
noia-lt BTKPBEN WUEKLKB, Beo'r.
DYSPEPSIA AND COSTIVE-
VBUartHmmfiM ruinkh!!. .can
uauy yeara I bave suffered from dyspepsia, joined to
an uusuiiaiv uuunuiiuiiuii ui inn unweis. in me
same time I hare been obliged every few days to take
some active purge, i louna no permanent roller un
til, wltbin a few months, I began using Paauviaa
BratiP. I find the coitlpstlon cured; my digestion
has so much improved that my flesh haslncroaaod
several pounds, auda rheumatic affection and weak
ness) my lower limlis, which troubled me vory
much, now entirely gone. I am persuaded thuso
beneficial effocts have resulted from the use of Peru
vian syrup. uiifccsij'.ii r. UAKU,
nollawf 9i Columbia-street,
PERUVIAN. SYRUP IS A NEW
chemical dlseoverv in medlrin it vtM
heaiibfnl blood: thus striking at tbe root of alldla-
ase. r or saie py an urugnnu. nouawr
Phrenological and Physiognomical
svswaVVITH CHARTS AND DE-
fmjf BOBIPTIONS of Character, lndlcaflngths
uccupauun or rroiutsiooin me in wnicn eaon per
son may best succeed and be most useful and happy,
py ur.v. ttUAJboa, uv. ruur.u-a.reei.
OFFICE OF TBE PA81EN
IIMPANV 111 .IINIIIN-
N ATI. 8. W. corner of Third
and Race-streets. October.
15, 18.H).-Thl rood is now open, Cars will start,
at Intervale of ten mlnotos, from 6:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eaatward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrenoe-iireet, and westward on
fourth-street to Smith, and on Fifth-street to
Wood, Oltisens will please bear in mind that the
ears will Invariably cross Intersecting streets before
tupping iur paBSPUKem.
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Address HENRY C. SPALDING its CO., -
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B Mends BUREAUS..... ..B
V Mends CRADLES...- .....O
D Mends DOLLS .. D
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F. Mends FANS
G Hands GUITARS .............,....0
H. Mends HARPS II
I Mends INLAID WORK I
J ......Menus JARS....
K, Mends KNOBS
L. ....Mends LKATHER-WORK...
M Mends MIRROR-FRAMES.
N Mends NEWEL POSTS,
O Menda OTTOMANS
P Mends PIANO-FORTES
O Mend. OU1LT-VRAMUS..
B Mends SOFAS,
Mends TABLES ...T
...Mends V MBRELLA-SIICKS..m..m. U
...Mends VASES V
..Mends WORK-BOXES , W
..Mends XYLOGRAPH1CWORK . X
...Hands YARD.STKIKS Y
..Mends ZEFQYB WOOD-WORK 7.
..In conclusion, SPALDING'B PREPARED
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...... K 11
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SSf Paint. 13
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L...Mends LOOSENED LEAVES. ......L W
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... Mentis J4 ALKIUOSUUFBS ,
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31 Mends SECRRTAR1EH
33. Mends VKNEERING.. 32
33. Mends SCHOOL FURNITURE , 33
dt..M...MH....meuus r&i'is.ii-ai aunt. .......a
3 Monds WARDROBES ; ...
3D Mends PARIAN MARBLE .......34
37, tee Meets. Mends CRIBS .37
...Mends IVORY-WORK ,
...Mends PI', TURKS .
, Monds QTJILL-WHEELs .,..
.....menas lUwr.U'Hm na
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..menas uhksbmkm , 47
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..Mensd HERBRIUMS .,..4D
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...Menus 111 KD-UA IBS
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74...-.. ....SJ ends UA KO-UASJSS,
70,...- Monds CHESTS.,.
78 ..-..Mends DIARI ES
'7. ......Mends WORK-STANDS
78.. Mends DRAUGHT-BOARDS,
74. Monds DISHES.;..;..,
80,...... ....Mends DIVANS
81 ..Mends DICE-BOXES...
83 ...nenas iiuoiis ...
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86 ...Mends BALLU8TRADE9 v......
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.Mends OCTTAPERCHA-WABE 89
.Mends KITES .-..... i..)
.Meads SEWING MACHINES
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SPALDING'B PREPARED GLUE,
) . BOLD BY HARDWARE BTOBES.
: 1 SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,
BOLD BY nOUSl-FURNISHINQ STORES.
' '1 . BPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, "
BOLD BY COUNTRY MERCHANTS GENERALLY
: Manufactured by n., 1:' - , i'
HENRY C. SPALDIKO & CO.,
1 "' ' 30 Flatt-atreet, New York.
Address Poatofflee, Box No. 3,(00.
Put us In cases containing either Fonr, Eight or
Twelve Dosen each-a beautiful Lithographic Bbow-
Card accompanies each package.
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JUST BEOEIYED AND FOR BALE BY
RICKEY, MAMMY & CO.,
No. 145 Main-ptreet.
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LA FONTAINE'S PABIBS. Iirustratel by
J. J. Granville. Translated from the French by
Elisor Wight, lr. Edited by O. W. Wight, 1 vole.
12mo. f2W). A new edition, uniform with Derby
ft Jackson's French Classics.
VOLTAIRE'S LA HENRIADK, with tbe
Battle of Foutenoy, Dissertations on Man, Law
. of Nature, Destruction of Lisbon, Temple of
' . Taste, and Temple of Vrlondablp. . From tho
French of M. Do Voltaire; Willi notes from all
the Commontators. Edited by O, W. Wight, A.
M., I vol. 12mo. Si 23, This la a carefully revised
and edited translation of Vollalio's well-known
; Epic, and of his best Poems.
. . ., . III. .,,
THE THOUGHTS, LETTERS, AND OPUS
CULES OF BLAISE PASCAL. Translated by
O. W. Wight, A. M.,wltb Introductory notices,
and notes from sll Commentators, 1 vol. 12mo.
CAROLINA SPORTS BY LAND AND WA
TER; including Incidents of Devil Fishing, Will
Cat, Deer and Dear Hunting, o. By tbe Hon.
Wm. Elliott, of South Carolina, 1 vol. ISnio.
Also, A Fresh Supply of
THE MINISTER'S WOOING.
1 vol. 12mo Prlco f 1 29.
Oysters for Thanksgiving.
0 J 1 tl 1DU 1V1 X
irienus 10 remcniuer iliac
at 2.'a Walnut-street.a few
doors above Sixth, I am selling the finest Oysters
ever brought West, clean ami carefully put up, choice
and selected, at my usual moderate charges. Orders
promptly filled and deliverd to any part nf the city,
nol8 J. TODD, Agent for Hatch, Mann Co,
TsvrOTICE. THE LADY WHO CALLED
J-l at Mr. WRIGHT'S dry goods store, corner of
Lower maraet anil iiroaaway, auoui six o'ciock on
Monday evening, the 14th, and en lier leaving for
her home, in Fulton, took with her a parcel con
taining one unmade vest which did not belong to
her, is requested to return the same if she wishes to
savuuersuiiiruiu uvuik vAi"wu,aHHuB uwflii-nuvwu
TOOR RAFFLE. AT THE ARCADE SA
JL1 LOON, on Third-street, No. 74, a beautiful Vaso
of Wax Fruit, valued at SnO. as soon as the chances
are taken. BixtychancoHatMlceutaeach. All lovers
or tne nue arts snoma not tall to socsre chances im
; . CINCINNATI, O. ;
; ' . '.
! . "-inn-
Dealers in Jcwelrj
Are retuested to call and examine this large assort,
'1 mentof . .. s
NEW AND FRESH COODS,
1 . .. i ':,
. ; Just received from the Eastern Market, and
Bought Exclusively for Cash.
' I am prepared to offer better Inducements to
1 Than other House west of Hew York City,
WM. B. CLAPP.
T' HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ESTAB
LISHED the business of manufacturing a en
perior article of Sausnsos, Head.cboesc.Hoaso
and l.enf-lurd, from clear Corn-fed Pork, and put
up in tbe best style, expressly for .family nee, would
respectfully solicit the patronage of the citizens of
Cincinnati. A general Invitation Is extended to all
to call at , ' t ,
113 JKliIU-ST RE ET,
One door from the south-west corner of Third and
Elm-streets, at any time, and examine the materials
used and process of making, and at which plaoe a
constant supply will be kept on hand.1 ' 1 ' ' '
CHAS. B. COLEMAN,
. US Elm-street,
no!7c One door from South-west cor. of Third.
, New Coal Oil Burner.
YES, SIR: A NEW COAL OIL BURNER
that burns without smoking or emitting any
offensive odors, air, are sold wholosale and retail by
,, C. 8. TAIXM AUG E, ,
Dealer in Coal Oil and Lamps,
J45 Vine-street and 2 Klfih-strret,
nolTtf , Cincinnati, Ohio.
THE UNDERSIGNED "WILL , BE IN
receipt, per the Adams Express, of an inexhaust
ible supply or MALTBY'S colebratod and unrivaled
Baltimore Can Oysters, put upespecially for Thanks
giving, of tbe choicest of Oysters, excellent flavor,
superior quality, and of extra slie. Will be war
ranted as freehand sweet as when taken front their
briny beds ' '
The Me Plus Ultra of Oysters, Tbipls Bslbota,
branded O. S. SI., will be uncommonly large, and el
the most delicious flavor.
Orders left at tbe Old Established Depot, No. II
West Fifth-street, at any time before or on
ThanksglTlng Day, will secure every one a full supply
of the TINEST BIVALVES evor brongbt to ilia
Queen City. Orders solicited and promptly ulUrl.
Don't fall to leave ) our orders In time,
noisk H0B2BT OBB, Agent.
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TO ENGLAND, .
..It . AtlSJiIVI,. .- . I ,
WeiswesightBilUon.,.. , ,,.,.,. . ,
8P00NER, ATT WOOD A CO., London;
ROTAL BANK OF IRELAND;
' JlATIONA Is VAN 0. vr BUUILAJIW, -Jn
sums of 1 and upwards.
SPST JCXCSangeonsvanctf auuuorinany,
JAMES Fr .MEIINE & CO., "
oc23tdecl .. " No. 17 WestThlrJ-atret.
RI C H ''F URS;
OF THE LATEST STYLES, -
MANUFACTURED FROM OHO IC H
8KINS, mnd warranted to give sali.fictlon,
i AT KEASONABtE PRICES.
: - HAT16US AN1 TOKItlEIlS, ....
! ,'i ',: NO. 149 MAIN-8TBEET,
noil-1 " . . One door below Fourth.
J Cloaks! Cloaks!
CKEQUALED IN STYLE,
. TJNEQUALED IN QUALITY, '1'.. ',;
UNEQUALED II, CHEAPNESS.
- to Dollars,
' : ' "13 Dollar
1 15 Dollars,
I . . !l .
1 ',. '
' 23 Dollars,
' 25 Dbllare),
. '?r-.'i THE''
! ' 1 At All the Above Prices. -
I , ': At All the Above Prices
. At All the Above Prlovs, ,
Pioneer Oloak Bazaar
. e,j,. ..(;, A
' ' " VA1VMV AM A1" . t:
Opposite the FostoHlce. 1
! .1 u ') ioc81-am2p 1
I '.f li' ." LI -iv i , :
SHAWLS J , SHAWLS !
;i j .'it'it .f in 'ht i;.'nj j-,:r ;.- i
, GREAT BARGAINS!
XMTZ HAVE THK DAY REDUCED THE
price of our stock of low pricod, medium and
I Below the Cost of Importation.
IN CLOTJLj yELYET AD ptLK,
At Prices from 8(1 Upward,
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lVo! 1 118 "West ounlt-ftt;
BETWEEN VINE AND BACK.
! OAK "HALili
BARVISE & KING
THREE DOORS-ABOVE, POU EXIT,
i- fl'i' CSMisflswitDs.l. aHhl'f '
A LARGE ASSORTMENT! ' OF FINE
1 Ready-made Olotliinn, cut In the latest style,
snd of the beat material and workmanship, expressly
for the Retail Trade. ' '
ClotUs, tluNsliuercn, vestlnsts nnd Over
eontlnsf, of every variety, for Custom Trade, made
to order in the latett strl".
SJcsrUentlemin's ITuruishinx Goods. nolObwf '
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1'i ; ',,i ! U.
, ! ,it'Ui r ii , , r.!-. "
!. .-.'i.a ! .i- rtt . -ti : ,.(;-';'
' New Mode of Ventilation!
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Cnll and See One or
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Heating and Ventilating Furnaces,
' ' ,t ., In dperttion at
CHAMBERLAIN k OO.'S''
Store Wars-rooms, Kos.' 51 and 63 Vine st.,'
" ' ' (Below Columbia.)
1 -. 7 1 . ':,. !. c.tV Il'-IALH,
o a w y e r cto uo.-
J' A-JiV'V.,, JLJ JL v U
! Feathers ani, f in jer, MllUnpry,, ;
Of errerf description, whieh Ida selling at A small
advance on New York prices, wholosale anil retail.! '
; ' 4 , ' J. WEIIB, Jr., .,: i V
noi 131 rifth-stnet, bet. n ace and Elm.
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