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The Gazttti, which Blushes right and left
Into the clergy, in the most Irreverent man
ner, pitches Into the minister of the Pres
liytprian Synod of Virginia, for singing the
tune of God Sort the King, before the tomb
of Washington, in a recent visit which they
made to Mt. Vernon. They Bung other
words to the tune; aggravating the offense,
it seems to us. An American national an
them, te a British national tune! Musically,
it puts us back to a colonial position. Very
exasperating to the tpirit of Washington, if
it was around) This, however, is not tbo
most heinous part to the Gatette. We quote:
"The blunder, as we would fi'n belicvo it
to be, of the reverend gentlemen, results
tri m appropriating foreign national melodies,
nnd giving them currency under false
They have gone and passed false notes on
the Father of His Country! This is too bad!
And ministers, too! And what is worse,
miniMcrs of Virginia, where faith is sus
tained by the works of the patriarchal insti
lint tbo Gazette never forgcH charity, even
in its indignation. It "would fain believe '
it "u blunder." That is, it might lie woisu.
They miht have done it to experiment on
the illustrious later, to s:e if n British na
tional song would stir him up. This would
bo a heartless joke, unbecoming a I'reiby
terinn Pyi-od. lake the Gaulle, we would
;nin believe it was not this.
Hut the Gairlle secmr, to be Watching Mt.
Vernon. A week or two ngo it criticized
the performance of the Miserere by the Ma
rine Band, bcfoie the tomb, when the. Prince
visited it. This is a prayer for the dcpai ting
or departed souls. What could be more ap
puipriute. Certainty, the spirit of the de
parted 1'atrr has had nn unquiet time so far.
It has been constantly dragged about the
country, to collect funds to commemorate
him; and between begeing and biographies
has had a sorry time. If the Miserere would
only touch the heart of his country, which
he fathered nt the sacrifice of his repose in
the tomb, and would make it pity the sor
rows of a poor old man, and leava him to
rest in peace, it would be good enough for
another "National Anthem."
But inasmuch as the worship of the dead
is our national religion, to which we invite
foreign visitors, to show them our devotion
some ritual ought to be established, that it
may be conducted in decency and order, and
in the proper form of sound words and ap-
propnate genuflexions, and thus avoid giv
ing occasion for scandal to such scoffing
journals as the Gaiettt.
The Great Principle Collapsed.
The great Douglas idea is that no political
doctrine is sound which can not be freely
declared in every section of the country.
The Charleston Mercury, the leading conserv
ative and Union-saving paper of the South,
joins issue with him on this, and declares:
h Toioo will not be tolerated in this
Mate even though It be a tree country, n
is more than the wholesome condition of his
skin is worth. He would be kicked from
every stump in the State."
Kow, what's to be done? Ilere, ju3t as we
f.re going into action, our principle is
knocked from under us. Mr. Douglas has
got to go down South and perform his prin
ciple there, to the entire satisfaction of a
South Carolina oudieucc, or wo shall have
no principle to fight on; and if wo go into
the Piesidential battle without any princi
ple, we thall bo mere pirates and outlaws,
net entitled to the usages of war. There is
not time for Mr. Douglas to do this before
election, and, as the case 3tands, it is against
him. South Crolina defies him to plant his
principle there, nnd proposes to kick him if
lit attempts it; nnd it must be admitted that
the contiguity of his coat-tails with the
ground oflers peculiar facilities for that mode
of deposing of a great principle. This
onies of setting up a great political princi
ple that any bully can kick over.
A Lear Estimate of Love.
Ex-Governor Morehead, in his speech in thia
tity, said he wished the love for the Consti
tution was as strong in Ohio as in Kentucky,
but was sorry to say it was not.
Because we are not always exalting our
love for the Constitution, the Governor
thinks Kentucky loves it more. So, he
might as reasonably say, because every Ken
tucky orator begins by announcing himself
ns from the noble, gallant, chivalrous, gen
erous and hospitable Slate of Kentucky,
therefore, Ohio, where this mutual admira
tion is not the tuste of the people, is inferior
to Kentucky in these qualities.
We, in Ohio, know no alternative but tho
Constitution. Professions of loving tho
Uoion much, but the gallant, noble, chival
ioiis, generous and hospitable. State more,
do not go down on this side of the Ohio
Itivcr. An orator would be laughed at who
went into any such comparison. The State,
as separate from the Federal Government, is
never thought of. We are born into the
Union nnd Constitution, and it would be
just as ubturd here for politicians to talk of
revising the Confederation, and of setting up
Ohio as dictating terms to it, as it would for
children to tnlk about revising their birth
nnd choosing another parentage. Profes
sions of love for the Constitution and Union
would be ridiculous in Ohio, for wi do not
know of any other feeling.
An Incomprehensible Government.
We have been trying for a long time to
discover the theory, or principle, or rule
which governs our police administration, but
the more we investigate the more it pu.zles.
If girls are out after dark, without male at
tendants, the Mayor orders their arrest, as
be concludes that they are in pursuit of male
attendants, the intention, and not the act,
being the offense. '
This seems consistent. It is generally con
ceded that trim consists in the intention.
But the other night a couple of ballet-girls
were going hem without male escort. A
benevolent man insisted on escorting them ;
and for this tbe police took him, and after
cooling bit ardor i the Station-house over
night, brought blm before the Police Judge,
who fined him $50.
We say, "a benevolent man," for he un
doubtedly knew that the girls were liable to
arrest for being without male escort, and
wished to relieve them from that predica
ment. It la very qneer I The police arrest
girls for not baring male attendants, and for
wanting male attendants; and arrest men
for wanting to attend theia. We can aot
et Into it.
Mr. Breckinridge's Position Under a Cloud.
. The Courier of this city denounces as a
"rascally roorback," the published letter of
Mr. Breckinridge, in which be was suppose!
"I esteem Mr. Ynncev highly, and hsve
known him long and favorably. Mr.
Breckinridge is not Mr. Yancey.
"I love the Union but theSouthbetter. If
elected, the Union "under my care, shall
never he disseminated."
Mr. Breckinridge, also, has disclaimed the
letter. This puts the thing in a shape that
demands explanation. Now, the unavoid
able inquiry is, does not Mr. Breckinridge
"esteem Mr. Yancey highly?" Has he not
'known him long and favorably?" Is, or is
not, "Mr. Breckinridge not Mr. Yancey?"
Does Mr. Breckinridge "love the Union?"
Does he not "love the South better 7" Shall
'the Union under his care over be dissem
We pause for a reply; but can not wait
long, for the election is close at hand. Much
depends on tho way Mr. Breckinridge
nm-wei s these questions. The most glorious,
strong, stable, permanent, eternal, durable
nnd lasting fabri; of government on which
the Minever phone (if it were not all the
while on the point of being upset), is trem
bling in tho balance. The glorious and tri
umphant experiment of self-government of
the most intelligent people on the earth,
bnnpBl.y n single hair. An extra bramly-t-masb
in Wigfall or Keitt, may smash the
Union. The answer of Mr. Breckinridge
may precipitate things generally.
Now, if he answers these questions in the
Hftirnintive nnd the Union will collapse un
less he doc:- why did he come out from the
ra rid silci.ee which he imposed on himself,
to pronounce a letter, attributing to hiin tho
?me sentiments, n forgery? And Whv does
hisoigan here declare a letter containing
his real sentiments, n rascally roorback?
Again, we pause for n reply. This time pos
itively, nnd without reserve.
Spiritual Destitution in New York.
The Rev. Charles Goss, Secretary of the
New Yoik Evangelical Alliance, givos a
statement of the extent of the provision for
the spiritual wants of that city, in substance
as follows: There are in tho twenty-two
win ds of New York a population of 843. 741;
the number of places of public worship is
274, holding 205,580 persons, and leaving
C3S,1G1 unprovided for; that is to say, about
ore human being m three in the city of New
York, according to present arrangements, is
able to come within hearing of the preachers
of religion. But when we take from the 274
places of worship seventy that are counted
vn-Evangelical, the insuQiciency of Evangel
; ical teaching to supply the spiritual want3 of
the American Babylon seems still more Inm
I entable; while if we should count as seems
perfectly proper the seventy, upon the
other side, and offset it against an equal
number of the Evangelical, the results would
be heart-rending indeed. The account would
thin stand thus:
ETUllgclicnl power equal to 201
I"n evangelical in 70
Leaving the equivalent of the powi:r of 134
churches to battle against the enemy, and
supplying the desirablo food to nbuut one
person in six of the entire population,
Singular Financial Exhibit.
We find the followinsrinthc Enquirer' 1 rc
rort of the remarks of Mr. Egglcston, nt the
banquet to the Philadelphia merchants:
"He expressed the belief that Philadelphia
might always teel snfe in extending credit
to the merchants of our city, who would
take their shirts off their backs to make a sat
isfactory and fuir showing to their Philadel
If this is to be the exhibit that embar
rafscd Cincinnati merchants are to mnke to
their Philadelphia creditors, it is to bo
hoped, for the sake of the public manner,
that 110 gencial business revuUion will
The New Orleans police recently descended
on a negro assembly in the midst of a re
ligious ceremony. Naked negro women
were performing a dance around a cauldron
of water, in which was a great serpent. The
incantation was for the delivery of some
colored person from prison. The interfer
ence of the police destroyed the charm.
Shocking as this snakish performance is,
it furnishes a connecting link in the trace of
the descent of the negro race from Ham.
The prominent part ascribed to the serpent
in original theology, in fixing the fate of
mankind, by the seduction of Eve, and in
its use by Moses as a sacred emblem for heal
ing the Israelites, is still retained by these
disinherited children of the patriarchs. It
is affecting to see that, although outca?ti
from their brethren on account of the bare
faced sin of their ancestor, in all their de
gradation, they still retain vestiges of the
divine dealings with the first created man.
Genius Not Confined to Fact.
Eloquence is a Southern gift; and it is
natural that Southern orators should rely
more on thjs natural gifX than on argument
ative statements which cost labor and study,
and are better suited to the lower range of
methodical nnd plodding minds. Governor
Morehead, in hi3 speech in this city, re
peated the statement of Mr. Yancey, that the
African slave-trade was kept open till 1808,
as a concession to the claims of Massachu
setts ship-owueis; when Madison, in his de
lates of the Federal Convention, shows that
it was procured by tho disunion threats of
South Carolina and Georgia, against the sen
timeutsof all the other Slates, unless it might
be North Carolina, which was almost indif
ferent in the matter. That won't do here,
Grvernor. It had better be told to ultra
marines ; so had that story that all the New
England negroes were sold to the South.
As election approaches the newspapers arc
trying to galvanize themselves into a sensa
tional condition again. The Commercial
conjures the people to ItnumBtn a long list
of things, in capital letters. It is amusing to
observe the Commercial 1 effort to make out
Mr. Lincoln a perfect sutking-dove, in Lis
mildness toward slavery, while its party ex
exhortations are all addressed to the ultra
Thi Timet kindly brings to our notice one
of the fruits of our article on the rice of
profanity. A military organization in this
city, tbe Timu says, bus inserted a clause in
its constitution prohibiting the use of pro
fane language in it armory. We thank the
Times' 1 for thus recoidiugthe gratifying re
sult of our labors. If we have effectually
dammed ' tbe stream of profanity in that
armory, we shall not have lived in
vain. We take the 7'wuS favorable men
titn of oar success in this reform as a symp
tom of a more regenerate spirit. To admire
good works may lead it to try to do some,
when the Tinas will discover the sensation
of an approving conscience.
Sad Consequence of Negro Equality.
Miss Georgiette Tucker, a highly accom
plished young lady of Toledo, on whose
education her father had bestowed great
pains, a graduate of Oberlln Oollege, of 6ne
musical talent, and who has delivered seve
ral public lectures on literary subjects, re
cently as we see by a Toledo paper eloped
with a colored barber of that place, leaving
ber father in a condition of mind which can
b?tterleimagined than described. The guilty
pair were married at Detroit.
The Great Billiard Tournament in New
York—Concluding Game Between Kavanagh
Thursday's New York Timet observes:
Yesterday Lynch's rooms, In Union
square, were crowded to suffocation with all
the most noted professional billiard-players
and amateurs of this and neighboring cities,
liesidcs many from other parts of the coun
try. An alteration in the programme sub
stituted a game of 1,000 points four-ball
carom game instead of one of 500 points;
nnd, in consequence, the first game between
Messrs. Lynch and Geary was not played.
Tbe result of the game was entirely unan
ticipated. At the conclusion of the sixteenth innings,
Tieman was ahead of Knvanagh by 239
points. A succei-sioii of bud breaks the
balls being left in such a position at the close
of several of Kavanagh's iuuiugs as to pre
vent Tieman from counting, lost Tieman the
victory by 254 points. Several most bril
liant shots were mode by both players, who
were about equal in their ability to "nurse"
ki ep together the balls, to cnablo thorn to
make several long "runs;" but the advantage
w ns evidently on Kavanagh's side, in being
able to count on combination shots rouud
the table. Kavanagh, in the early part of
the game, had to play on several bad breaks,
while Tieman had the good fortune on his
side, which, in the latter part of the game,
chanced to the side of Kavanagh. Greatap
plauee was liberally bestowed upon both
players, find, although the two splendid runs
of kavaunch, toward the close of the game,
secuied him tbe victory, Tieman's defeat
dots not detract from his well-earned repu
tation as a first-class billiard-player.
The following gives the runs: Tieman, 0,
55, !, 7, 0, 2, 5, 3, 29, 1, 53, 43, 5, 10, 61, 136,
0. 0, 9, 10, 3, 73, 24, 11, 19. 0, 43, 0, IB, 10, 59,
8 0, 20 total, 745. Kovanai'h, 0, .,5, 20, 9,
10, 2, 9, 2, 15, 0, 13, 0, 51, 2, 8, 0, 0, 4, 18, 10,
95, 142, 4, 8, 26, 8, 41, 61, 118, 144, 22, 25, 66,
29 total, 1,005. . '
DiETarssrNO Calamity at Ska Eleven
Lives Lost Two Men Devoured 61 Sharks
ami Ttro J'erish from Exhaustion. A. Glou
cester (Muss.) correspondent informs a Bos
ton journal of the particulars of the loss,
mentioned by telegraph, of one of the mackerel-catchers
which left the Bay of St. Law
rence last nionlh with a full fare. When
just outside of Cape Cnnso, duringthe night,
in a thick fog, she was run down by a
steamer, carrying away her bowsprit
and foremast, lind staving in her bows.
W hat damage the stoamer sustained is not
known, as she passed on without offering
any assistance to the schooner. The wind
blowing fresh from the nonhward, they
found it impossible to reach the Nova Scotia
shore, and utter drifting about for two days,
beaded for the Western Islands, but had
froceeded but twenty-four hours when she
lecame water-logged and unmanageable.
Seven of the crew were washed overboard
by the tea, and tbe reniaiuing nine took to
the boat. They were in the boat two days,
when it capsized, and before they could get
her righted two men were, devoured by
sharks. By this misfortune they lost ail
their provisions, water and oars. In this
condition they floated about for four davs,
during whi h time two men died from ex
haustion. One of tbo bodies was thrown
overboard nnd the other was kept to satisfy
tbe hunger which wns consuming thorn, but
juM no ilicj wore about to partake of this
horrid meal, n sail hove in sight, which
rapidly ncarcd and rescued them inoro dead
Missouhi IIor.Bons Demoniacal Murder of
a Mutress by a Slave-Wuman The A'rrresi
Hanged by a Mob. One of the most brut il
niunleis ever committed, says the St. Louis
Jtcj.ublican, was upon the person of Miss Sus m
Jemimii linrnes, of Callaway County, AIo
on the 27th ult. The whole family, consist
ing of the molhf.r and brother oi" the de
ceased, being absent, tbe negro girl, a hired
servant, it is supposed became enraged at
tbe young lady, and it is thought that she
nttempud in the first place to cut the young
lady 's throat, and did sever the skin upon
tbe ihruat, nurl made a large cut on the fore
head, severed the upper lip, and lacerate! the
bands andarrus in several places. She then
took the fire-tongs and completely smashed
in nil the hinder-part and tho left side of the
head, discolated the teeth of the upper jaw,
and scattered the blood and brains all over
tbe house. SLe ttheo changed her clothing,
secreted the bloody dross in the field and
then resumed her work.
As soon as the facts weie discovered the
girl was arrested, an inquest held, and
n verdict rendered of guilty. When
the dress was discovered she admitted the
facts, begged to be punished and forgiven.
The officers started with her to the Fulton
jail, but when they had proceeded about two
miles, the incensed commuuity wrested her
from the ofiicers and hung her to tho first
tree until she was dead.
HOI ..MES-LITIIKIIUUKY.-Nnvemhor 1, lr tho
Lev. J.iuimlle ItcHjy, Mr Wiu. J. 11 ,liiiua and
Sli-s iKiuliae Litherlury. daughter of John Iiiih
erblliy, isu., ail of thia city.
KKNNF.nY.-Ou Thursday evening, Nvmbr 1.
Heoocrn, liilnnt dacshter of Churles 11. aud Mar.
guiet henin dy.
Her funeral will take place, from the rwldnw of
her father, w Loudworlh-Bt., thia i Saturday ) morn,
iiiy at o chick. Tho fricuda of tha family are In.
vitid to attend.
Bl'IXITAK.-or dlptherlii. at T'l o'clock on Frl.
day nmmllis, NnvcniW 2, Mary Era, daughter of
ivtr J. and Margaret McGDI tiullivun, aatd four
yearn, twu nioniha and taoouys.
Her funeral aill take place from tha ropidenco of
her panula, M West Fourth at., at 2 P. M. on Suu
day next. The lrisudaof th family are invited to
a t. nil, without further notice.
KKMPKK. In Newport, Ky , Xowmher S, at 8
0 clock P. SI.. Jennie D , oliieat daughter of 1 A.
1 . and M. A. Kemper, aged twenty yeara, four
luentbe and five day.
The funeral will take place from the First Prea
hyteriHD t'niinh, on Madivon-at., uejr York, on
hiu. day afternoon at S o'clock Hot. Mr. Coomb
t fctiQulrer copy and charge Pre,)
DELAY. dn Friday morning, November 3, at 6
0 el, k, Sir. John Delay,
The funeral will take place at Wm. llardiug'i.
Sixth at. and Ceutral-ar., at In o'clock thia morn,
ii u, 3d. Ibe flicuihi of the deceaaed are invited to
attend. (cu. Times.)
Mr. Df.i av wan well known here, and had gained
many trlcoda by hia independent aud generoua na
ture. He performed many acta of charity In aiiuiet
and nnoetcnutioua way, that proved he did good
for the liappineea it gave liini. Many to whom ho
waa ever kind-hearted will ruin him from hi apbero
- A LARGE STOCK OF TOE MOST
dtairable fur Uooda, the neweat thapea, made up
in the beat manner, from freah ikina. We invito
Wm, Dodd & Co.,
Batten and Furrloit,
noS-cDaW 144 MAIN. ST.
miSSES' WINTER HATS.
SWTlll NEW "EUGENIE HtlAPE
In Server and Ifelt trimmed and un trimmed. .
not-b DODD CO.
Wedding and Visiting Card.
Baipvd and Printed, He anaad Preiim; Do ta Bo
iuttaouery aud Kavalope.
CSoscoaaon to H. H. Shipley A Bro.,
, JrS- !i 4 WeotJToaxMt-Mieo.
OMK INTWU U.rt i
rciothea renovated and repaired, UO W. Sixth.
VOlothlBf renovated and repair, M . Third.
Patent Knameled Shirt Ooilara t Mason's
HaHrtOro, 41 Fifrh-.treot. , ' oc3-x
A. A. trTa, Olooka, Walobes and Jeirolry,
Boa. I4S and n Central-avenue.
Mammoth SnT-t.innT.-lt Is truly astonish
Ingwkata mrti there la nt WiHnaa's Gallery thia
flue weather, for his Photographs; though wh"n wo
remember that the Mechanics' Fair awarded him
the First Premium for the best Photographs on ex
hibition, over tha prominent (tallerfei In this city,
It only convinces us that the public are appre
ciating their interests. Gallery on Central-avenue,
opposite Conrt-street. 1
Dp-JaaHPIRITHAlsISin.-J. B. f'OYK
tKaUi LIN, lout Alt'ilium. Iy rtvituHtt, will ro
H'Hiii in thin city on weok longer. K-om No. 5
rnrli'le Building, Al Fmirthnt., bPtwfwo Walnut
nnd Vh'c. Hon frtm9 to 12 51.; 1 to ft 1. M., and
7 to U in the evening. a
t-IMR. OREENK'S I.KCTVRK ON
JCST Hpcnlttnff and Writing, KVKHY K VKN
JMJ, at Gordon 'h Hull, Kiglitli and Central -ut,
Fitlh LtH'fiire THIS (Hatunlay) KVEN1NU. Hub
jcrt; '(3ood Kng.lrjh and Common Senn." Adrnia
dion 10 cent. a
Ornrr or tub Cut ImraAwrt Co., 1
Cincinnati Novem-XT 1. lfif. f
fSlS&AT A MKKTINCSOF THE H(MRI
ItKJrrL of Directors of tlHn Company, hld Octo
Ikt 12, 1MVO, Mr Johkph C. Bi'tlkr hnvina rcfliened
as Prenidont of the Company. Mr. THOMAS 81IKK
LOCK waaelet'-dt' aurrwl him from Nov, 1, lfi0.
noS-e WM. M. KlCHARDSiJN, Hi-croUry.
IKSL TDK KNOL1MH UKMiES LKITRKS.
l'rof J. O. ZACHOS, will moot pupilit, singly or in
clru-ppp, at hi Lecture-room, in the Cincinnati
liovN1 ActtdomY, of A.J. HirkiitT, north-east corner
or Ninth and Ktm-nt. Ladiei or pentlomen engftsrod
in Heading Cluhn can mnke apiviintmuut. S t re-hi-arHl.
He will organize a U'-ruling Claw, es
nerially for Tench em. to meet every SATl'KDAY
M (INNING, at II o'clock. oc-f
ffrrsaFrECTRIC Tl A T I? S. -I II AVK
not heen an free from rheumatic p.iiun
lirtho lattt ten yenrH art 1 have been wince taking
Iir. K AhSHNKIl'8 FXF.CTHIO li ATMS. Know
ing what I do of their nnpi rior efficacy a a cira
tie agent upon my Re If, and alio upon mr friends
who have ln-en cuied through their agency, t can
n t pfeak too highly of thtui, and would rooom
mend them to the afflicted. J. 8. WIIITK
Attorner and Counselor at law, 60 Walnut.
Eee advertisement in another coluniu, no3-
11AL DNKHS niRRn -FOR
real worth. WOOD'S H A1B KKSTOKV-
TlYKIs undoubtedly tlie best preparation now In
use for restoring luiir on bald hf-a1s, changing gray
hair to its original color, nnd. us a cosmetic or
cure for pimple it is fat taking tlie place of other
pifrarationt. No toilet now-a-days is complete
CAUTION. Beware of worthless Imitations, as
several are already In tho market, cnlWd by differ
ent mimes. Uao none unless tho words Profe'wur
Wood s HaJr Hcstnrntivn, Iepot, St Louis. Mo.,
and New York," are blown In the bottle. Sold by
all driiffgits and patent medicine dealers ; also br
all fancy nnd toilet-goods dealers in the United
8tat s and Canada. no3-Ea,Tii,Th-hra
fSfeA RF.MARKABLK CURB. WM.
OSr.l. ItAStSKTT, l ite from the Territory of
KiiriMt, acted as Sheriff there iu tho ye;irs ls.8-9,
lost my health throngh expttre a"d fatigue, and
not being abU to get anv rolief there, returned
home to my father's. In llrookville, Ind., where I
called on medical &nititance, and none were able, to
dome anv good; ant) niter hearing so much about
Mins TKNNKSSEK CLAFMN, at .17 1 Sixth -street,
Cincinnati, Ohio, and tho many and wonderful
cures she was making, went fmmediabdy thero and
put. myself under her examination and treatment
mi d the told me exactly what ailed mo. and how t
felt, and said she could cure me in a few weok, and
box done t-o, although my case had been pronounced
incurable by good physicians. ocHl-f
lrat A WONDER FITT, RECOVERY OF
fcavSJST 8TOMCN i'KOl'KKTY. Orl the 2Mh of
Augiiat, ISM, I had stolen from my table a half-set
of Mirer spoons, worth $10, and had given up all
hopes of ever fi? ding them, until last April, when I
hnd an interview witli Miss TKNNFS8KB CLAF
LIN, now ro-.ii! ingat 1 8ixth-st , Cincinnati. O.,
while she and her parents wore stopping at my Ho
tel, when she told me the name of tbe person who
took them, and also said that she would cause them
to be returned to mo: and last July the same spoons
were brought buck, but by whom I am not able to
say. They had been out of my possession about a
year. L. O. KOSON,
Proprietor Western Hotel.
Gamon, O., October n, Ihivo. oc:n-f
PAf,MER'i VKOKTARI.K COS
ItlKTHJ LUTION is the kinut of all mmn.
oies for the cure of Pimples and other eruptions of
ine irtce, jetior on ine nttnns at.i omer parts of the
person. Suit-rheum, Krynipelns, Diseases of the H-alp.
Old 8ors, wherever locwtud; Itching Emotions of
all kinds, Scaly Eruptions of all kind-, Barber's
fell, Itingworms, Chilblains, Fever Winters, the
Htiugsof Bees, the Hitosof Musquetoos, Fleas, Ac;
also, the Kites of Poisonous Ueptilus iDdoui, over
kind of cutaneous disease.
TH K KV1DKNCK. Examine my Circulars and
Pamphlets Tlie evidence extends over a period of
nearly thirteen years, proving that it has cured la
nuuilerle-B cases that have baflled the Bkill of the
most eminent physicians.
Mssrs. Ati"oi , Itiiker A Co., New York. writs re
specting PALMKKH VKORTAIUjK COS.METIO
LOTION, under date of July 18, ih.ty.
"Au acouiiintnure of ours has been cured by it of
Fcema on both legs and feet, after having been
pronounced incurable by physicians in and out of
the hospital. Tt-e writer has aHo been cured of the
sumo trouble, after having tried every thing he
could think of for eighteen months.'
Are yon troubled with any kind of disease of the
skin? This lotion is offered to yon with the assur
ance that it is tbe great sovereign re mod y for every
sutn alllictiou. Prepared on 'y by
Nn. ;6 West Fourth-st.,
And for sale by Druggists generally. oc
GREAT CHOICE OF RIBBON'S.
Our new assortment Is not equaled by aDy other
Id the city; and what is more essential, the
J. LE BOUTILLIFR ft TIRO'S,
ocH-x ;iOWest Fourth -st.
LADIES' FANCY FURSa
I have tho largest and hest selected stock
of FUBS erer offertd in Cincinnati, of every
kind and quality. None but the genuine
article sold, and all warranted tree iron)
moth, or any other lmpnrfoctton.
I. XT'. linker,
ocl9-x BELOW KOUKTH.
2T,OTT3ri3 A.T IjAST I
A Single Preparation that Change.
Gray Hair or Whiskers,
PERFECT BROWN OR BLACK,
And the only thing that will do it,
WITHOUT SOAPING OH WASHING.
I1TJY THE If I AW ATH A I
OFFICE NEAVE'8 mil.DINfl, C0BNEB OF
t'OL'KTH AND BACK.
W Coine and see what w. can how."5
Will be sent by Kxpre.s.
o.Ti-f J. H. HARBISON, Ui.Ib Agent.
f Tll K U It K AT EUROPEAN
av25TCI,AlKV(lVANr AND HDAI.INU MR.
I'll il, la located at U71 Walnut-atrwt, Cincinnati,
It is hopri no one will despair of a enre until they
have given Ma'hime H.'s nicdirinea a trial. Daring
her travels she tiaa been the instrument of reatoring
to health and vigor, tltuiiaanda who were on tha
verge of tlie grave, and who are now living luonu
nieutsof her skill and medicine.
ALL FORMS OF FE.M ALK DIFFICULTIES AT.
TaNDKDTO W ITH THE HAPPIEST RESULTS.
MODE OP EXAMINATION.
Phe does not require Invalids toexplafn symptoms,
telling tlieir rsiihe and location aa satinfitetory as to
merit the contident oi all who have consulted her.
Medicines aent to all part, of the country by Ex
pres., when ordered.
bADD AVEBSTER & CO.'S
f-SjaNKW HTYI.E JUST ISSUED AT
llfOSaT lU'IK-FIVE DOLLABd.
sT Call and sea theiu at HO Wast Fourth -at.
s&CJfT Bl'lTCU 8KWINO MACHINES, with
recent improvements, surpass all others, regardless
of price. Examine them before puri-hasing else
where. Bend lor a circular and samples of sewing.
A.uuU wanted. H. 0. BURT MAN,
ttj West Fourth-st., Cincinnati,
ania-bm in Agent for the United 8tate.
33 1ST 33 3l
s-SJ!! dailt broeipt ov
SSST FBINCE 3 BAT SHELL OTtU'JiBa.
Meali from i A. M. to 12 P. M.
auio-cia W. X. MABbU, JB., Proprietor.
n. M. CORWINU HAS REMOVED
from Selves'. Building. Tbird-st , U Hhurt'e
jtuiiaiag, ooruar of Uauuuoiul and ourthHiUaeta,
JOHN A. LYNCH, Master Omnmlasloner of the
a II .u - . . . r. .. .. A II . ...4
lVaiiniaur of Deeds lor all th. 8uaU Mad T'errl.
tones, has teotoTod te the aaute vlhca, vta-ciu
CimAP STORE STATION.
Come 2xil(1 Sco!
CHIMZ FIGURED DELAINES,
At 37H cents worth 5 cents.
Received yesterday, direct from Eastern Auction.
2,500 YDS. NORWICH POPLINS,
At 33 cents worth SO cents,
No. 112 Fifth-st.,
nol BETWEEN VINE AND BACK.
FAMILIES AND THE TRADE CAN BE
supplied ut reusoiiable prices Willi wood and
Irop Tubs, made light and snbstnntial, expresaly lor
Carbage sud Ashes. Leave your orders at No. 108
Vine-street, betweon Fourth aud Filth.
oi-.Hi o JOHN C 8CUOULKT ft CO.
G-3EiM T 3Ls 33 IVI 33 INT !
Ileep your Feet Dry!
TO DO THIS YOU MUST
GO TO J. II. DETERS'S,
NO. 53 WEST FOURTH-ST.,
AND GET A PAIR OF HIS WATER-I-ItOOF
BOOTS. Don't let the fear of exor
bitant prices deter yon, aa he has marked his prices
down so that they can not fail to suit the closest
MR. HENRV C. STEVENS, FORMER.'
LY tour jettrs with Oeorite W. Hoydntn, bes
to inform bis friends and the public that he has not
left the city, but has purchased the llpholatery
business of Mr. Oosgrove, 58 Wuliiuf st., bn.
tween Six lb aud Seventh, anil is making nil kinds
of MattreHHee and Budding. Alao, doing all kiuda
of k'ancy Upholstery. Please give me a call.
MOR EI.I. SNYDER r. HEN R Y THANE
M1LLEB, Philip Hidleback and William Kenn.
Hamilton Common PleasNotice. (2U.4X1.) Willi tm
Fenn, one of the defencants iu the above ease, will
tnke notice that the plaintiff, Morell Snyder, tiled
hie petitiou against him, a non-resident of Ohio, on
tlie Ktb day of June, lio. in said Court of Common
Pli as, the prayer of which Is to ouiet the title to tho
following leal estate, to. wit : Lots, N"s. 303 and 3')2,
In Burnet and heoder's Division, Walnut Hills,
Millereek Township, Hamilton County, Ohio, and
the said Wm. Fenn is hereby notiflod that unless he
appear in suid Court on or before the 22d day of He.
cvmber next, and arswer or demur to said petition,
be 111 be in default, and the cause will be heard iu
bis absence and a tiecroo tendered accordingly.
o W g'Sa WM. PBOBASCO, Att'y for HI'tlrT.
1N0STAH a. Ii. 8. Chamberlain and Clark
Mitchell (partners aa II. 8. Chamberlain A Co ),
principal, and Nion Chatfleld A Woodi, garnishee.
Before N. Merchant, J. P. of Cincinnati Township,
Hamilton County. Ohio. On the 5th diiy of October,
lsn, said Justice Issued an Order of Attaehmeut in
the above action fur the sum of three hundred dot
lars. Said esse is continued to November v. leeu.
at o'clock A. M.
JOHN W. HERBON, Attorney for Plaintiff.
Cincinnati, October ail, Wai. oc1l-dlawW
JOHN Bl'TTERMILI-ER YS. HENRY
1-SSMAN. Befote Peter Bell, J. P. ul Cini in
nati Towntdiip, Hamilton County, Ohio. The de.
fendant will take notice that at my instance said
Justice issued an Order of Attarhmenl in the nbovo
action for the sum of twenty dollars. Said cause is
set for trial on the 31et day of December, Ihis), at 6
jMiiaoouri City AttHociation and
THE ABOVE COMPANY, IIAVINfJ SB
n Ktll l he purchase of its lands iu C,iKI..ll
Co., Mo., adjoining tbe town of Hamilton, on the
Hannibal und Hi. Joseph Bailroad, and divided the
same into building lots und farms, now ufler the same
to subscribers iu sliares at 8,u each. Full informa
tion, with maps, can be obtained by citllli g on or
nddressiug tbe Association, at 37 West Third-st.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. oc23-iDW
C. II. CLEVELAND, Plaintiff, vs. B. DANN1S-
IN ATTACH HI EN T BEFORE C. F.
Hanselmaiin, J. P. of Cincinnati Township,
Uaiuiltou County, Ohio. On the 17th day ul Oclo-iK-r,
A. D. leiio, said Justice issued an order of at
tachment iu the above action for the sum of thirty
five dollars ; and said cause is sot for hoitriog before
said Justice no the 3d day of Decunitxir. at a o'clock
AM. C. II. CLKviftANn.
Dated October Z2, IsW. . ocl-aIbW
is beretotore existing between Dr.. MAJO It aud
THOMAS expired by limitation on the i!7th of
All persons whose acoonnte remain unsettled, aro
remioated to make Immediate payment, as further
indulgence can not be givon.
From and alter the 1st of November, the accounts
will lie in the bauds of Mr. UENttl HYEKS lor
OOTH, SIIOESAMB K ITDBERS. THE
.ueap-n in ine uily. Liadiea' uubbera, tit
Quality, at 66c. a Dair : Ladiea1 cuatom.niail. thick.
soied Gaiters, at 11 au; Ladies' doubl.-auled BooU,
at II t-f. Ladles' reiged h. eled BooU, at SI i Men's
Uocta, ai $1 M: Men'a Congress Boots, at tl 25.
H. Hi. OOBMAN'S OHEAP BHOB-H ToBH,
9'i5 CeBtral-av., near Ninth-at , and at the BOS
TON CHEAP SHOE STOBK,
orl9-z 170 fittli-st., near Elm.
iiu liiida. Choice sugar :
Mi brls. Cruahed, Powd. and Uranulated Sugar I
Ml brls. Betiiied Sugar.
In store and for aula by
AARON A. COLTER,
ocS! :i lt and 81 Mala -at.
CAN TOiIATOE4.-S0 DZBN FUB:II
Tomatoes, iu ttaart cana.
, AARON A. OOLTIR,
ocM 3land 3-41 Maln-at.
1 (fi BOXES CHOICE COMB HONEY,
MW AARON A. ("OLTKR,
ocJI aiU and a! Maln-at.
Tt BBIaS. CUOICB FAMILY FI.OUH.
39 AABON A. OOLTKIi,
ocal SlUanda-AI Haln-atrat.
1IHK VUMH, AND WHITB. WINB
Vinegar. AAUON A. COLTER,
oeM SI and a-4I MaiB-t.
TTfcO YOU WANT A KEUVANT Of ANY
A-f dtacripttoaT Advertise lu th. IlAiLT rBE.SJl.
It ousts but a trUU, aud you will aova baT. wtr
DELAND & GOSSAGE'S
AVE ST FOURTIIST.
At an immense sserlllce, wlll'.be sold at HV1. .IT'J,
43, BO, 63, 73, hi, DO oents, and 1-
the greatest bargains ever offered IntbU market.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
, Bargains! Bargains!
We have on hand all the most fashlonahlo styles
of Cloaks worn.
Fine Cloth Arnlm,
With and witl-ont sleeves, richly trimmed.
FINE CASTOB BEAVKR CLOTH CLOAKS.
Oreatost novolty of the sn.aon, beautifully trimmed
with Gold and Velvet.
Broche Shawls, Wool Shawls,
J9 T U X-a Xj y. ia ,
FAIL AND WINTER SHAWLS!
CHEAP SILKS FR03I AUCTION !
At 31H, 3T', 45 and 30 rents
Worth 50, O-i'i, 75 cents nnd 91.
PABIS WOOL DBES8 GOODS,
Flain, Brown and Blue Velvets.
In Brown, Blue, and Oreen,
Tbe moBt desirable Ooods of the season.
At 75 cents Worth SI.
GAETA PLAIDS IN CHOICR C0LOBS.
In Chints Colorings Kntirely New Ptylefl.
At 1HM nd '25 cents,
Something new, for Traveling Dresses.
BENFBEW PLAIDS, for Children-Scotch styles.
LADIES' AND Cnil.DBKN'S MOB0UC0 AND
Bich assortment of
zErnvit wom, hoods,
lIAKIPO!(A-t AND SONTAOS.
Ladies and Children's Woolen Basquea, now stylos.
LADIES', GENTS' ATTO CHILDREN'S
UNDER VESTS, - '
A large variety, and best styles mnuomctured.
Large assortment of
ENGLISH AND AMEBICAN BLANKETS,
At 9,1 SO, 94, 94 30 and S3.
CHILDREN'S CHIB BLANKETS.
At 81 US, 91 SO, $1 T3 and 94.
Tl and 76 West Fonrth-strcet.
Opening or Winter Millinery!
WE SHALL OPKN"
Saturday, November 3, 1860.
HO "Wo tat 3r,oiiT-tli-it.,
nol-o . Betweon Vine and Bace.
0PE1MXG Wm MILLINERY !
MR?. W. Ij. IIUDSOX
WILL OPEN HER STOCK 0
Saturday, November 3, 18G0.
No. 175 "Vine-Btreet,
noj.b Between Fourth and Fifth.
0III0 MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.
School of TJotilBU,
THBEE DEPARTMENTS :
MECHANICAL, ARCHITECTURAL AND ARTISTIC,
o r e r
Tuesday Evening, Nov. 6, '60,
IN THE LARGE HALL OF TIIE INSTITUTE.
THE II Al l, Will, BE OPEN ON SAT
lliDAY EVENING, to assign to the pupils
their seats by uumlter, which will secure them In
tbe use of the same during tho session Tlie number
of seats being limited, it Is Important for those wish
ltif to attend, to make Immediate application.
Members of the Institute are entitled to attend
ance free; all others will be charged S3 for the
AT TODD'S RESTAURANT,
No. CSX "Walnut-street,
TEXT DOOR TO TODDS OYSTER
XI lJPOTt yr-u can set ad en-elleDt menl at all
hours fur 26 contn. A few Kt ntlmen tan be accom
luuUaUd with day -board at 3 por week.
Oyiterg in every Btylo. nol-f
PR131E SAVEET BUTTER
RECEIVED DAILY. AT TODD'S, 333
Waleut-atieet, uloro Sixth. uo2-b
LANE & HODLKY,
Founders and Engine-builders,
Corner John and Water-streets, Cincinnati.
17USHIONABI.F 8 II I R T MANCFAC
sT TUKEU AND DEALER IN OENTtt' i b 11.
19 WEST FOCRTII-STREET.
Patterns Out to Order. ap20-ay
MEBrnANTSINTHE CITY ARB RE
SFfcltTFU L1Y iufiTineil that lain prepared to
ovoibau. aud rvuoTat Mulded Bux-tubacco with
rare and dli-patch, on the u.it reaauuabla terou, at
Diy Factory , Ho. 30 W atr street.
Dul d B R. JONKH.
S. O. DRAEE,
FTAir IRY GOODS-449 FIFTII
mTIVTirK TO ltlllltKTfN.-MK4l.RII
X PHot-Odatti will be received at the (ifHc of
rubiic bcIickju, untu i o cio n m. on aiuia v.
November I'd. for bailding a bc)io"l-hou on a tot
mar tbo bead of Maiu-vtreet, according topluuHand
pocihcatloiit now 011 tile in thin office; aaiti tauuw to
be coni,ibted by the ftmt of AuitUrit, lflfil.
Tb tertua of pynit'ut will bone-balf canh, and
una half iu t!itv Bond at Dur. ltidih-ri. will 1. ra.-
Quired to (jive aatiMtat-tory aocurity for tha (aithfut
MsriornnBiica of the work..
By ordvr of tbe Board of Trustee and YUItort of
aKUUVIt VI viuriQD..u.
wd W. JT HUBLBCT, Clerk,
MBW IM AVK. KH EL M KS4 MACKKH
tb, etc. Juni rocvivrMl.au kiUaud L If-kite
MfM Bfackt-rpl, new and very fine. Auw, 00 klu
fti,d halt kiU No. 1 Hulmon. FraUbr
Juiia halwaal Iktwtor Buildiaf ,
Ot2S 0 uaiuwuHit.
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
siii-i r t
IN THE WEST;
What Is Ihe tise of paring Thirlr, Tortr or Tlflr
Dollars fur a Cloak, when oa can mtrobase a really
gi-ntrcl dsrmrnt for Ten, Twelre, Fifteen and
Twenty Dollar, at
GEORGE LEWIS &C0.'S
Directly Opposite Postoffloe.
We are manufacturing all the Fashionable Strlea
Bt IheaboTo prices, and feel confident that we caa
ult all who ill faror ns with a call.
HKMKMBKR THE LOCATION,
OS "XKTomt Fourth-nt.t
DIBECTLT OPPOSITE TIIK POSIOFFICH.
GEO. LKVJI3 & CO.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES !
UEMOTETI FROM WALNITT-ST. TO
10 WLbT KOUKTII-BT., at Wiswell'e Pio-ture-stnre.
We call the attention of tho public to come and
examine these Mnrhlnesand Bee the simplicity nf
them. This Machine ia simple and leas liable ta
Set out of order tbnn any other now bef ;re the mar.
i t. It will stitch from tbe finest to the coarsest
of fabric. It will ne tlie thread from the original
spools. It can stiich. hem, tuck, gather, make
cord and embroidery beautifully.
Call and get a sample of the work.
ONLY TniRTY DOLT, Alt St
K0. 70 WEST FOURTH-ST., BETWEEN TINH
At Wlswell'i Picttxro-store,
ocl4.ayT M. R. II HOLT FISHER.
THE PROPRIETOR OF TOI AllOVR
establishinent rospecttully informs his lriends
and the public Renerally that he is better prepared
thnn eror to supply their orders with every thing
In his line. .
THE yiNINQ-PARLOBS of tbe St. Charles are
lnr?e and comfertable, and well supplied with rich
plate, cut-glass and Chinn, nod have lately received
direct from Paris a suporb lot of Table Ornaments,
DINNERS, EVENING OR WEDDING PARTIES.
TDK KITCHEN is nnder the superintendence of
Mr. N. WOLi', where ho has been for the last
With a com;etent Steward and obliging Walters.
I hope a continuance of that liberal patronage I
havo received for nearly thirty yean.
THE CELLARS aro well stored with
CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS.
Some of them the accumulation of many yeare.
n"Z-d CEO. HE I VES, Proprietor.
JVOTICE.-I HAVE THIS DAY .SS-
XI CIATED with me Mr. E. L. UaOAMf, and
will continue the Gcnernl Seed and Agricultural
Implement business, at the eld stand. HI Walniil
street, under tbe firm-name of NKUbEr" A De.
CAMP. A, (i. NE3LKT.
Cincinnati, October 1, 18M).
A. Q. KE0LIT. E. I. PS CAltP.
NEGLET & DE CAMP-
Vhnlrsal nnd Rtail Dflller. In Qant Field and
r lower-aeeus; ARricnltiinil and Horticultural Tools.
Implements and Machines; Fruit-treea, Rosoa,
Hi ckline. plants and Kvorgroens; Oreeo and Dried
fmits: Hirticultural Books. Ac : Nn.1f I Wl,,,,r-
street, first door below Gibson House.'
no-c NEOLEY A DrCAMP.
Lard Pumps ! Lard Pumps !
Call on McCOLLrm,
oc2S J01 Sixth-st., be. Vine and Race.
Dutch Bulbous Roots.
MYACINTH, CROCCS AND TUMP
Kootaiust received and for sale by
K BULKY A UkCAMP,
Seed and Agricultural Warehouse,
no2-o 11 Waiunt-atreet.
Peach-seed ! Peach-seed !
500 1bVkSieis bOUTnERN pbacu.
in store aud for sale sv
NF.OLKY k DiCAMP, '
Seed and Agricultural Warehouse,
no2-s No. 171 Walnut-street.
OUU ii, m bush. Str pped Ulue-grasa.
In stole and lor sale by
EOT.KY A Dr.OAMP.
Seed aud Agricultural Warehtiuso,
No. 7l Waliaat-stieet.
French Scouring Establishment.
JFRECnARD, 15 WEST FOlTrtTn-
fcTUEET, ttiroe doors from lm, cleans, ail
niade-up, all kinds of Dresses, Shawls, Piano and
Table-covers, Silk and Lauo Curtaius.
Furs and Uontlemen's Clothes cleaned like new.
For all kinds of
CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHEN WARE,
Call at SO West Fourth-street.
We arc selling all kinds of Ooods at rery low prices,
nol-o HUOGINS ft DUNCAN
yyiUTE HTONE DINNK R-S KTM.
0VB ASSORTMENT OF
PRETTIIST AND BEST IN THE CITY.
Purchasers will find It to their advantage to call
. aud examine our Mock,
AT 59 WEST FOURTH-STREET.
noi-o ' nunniNS ddncan.
LI, TRIED AND APPROVED.
J. J. BUTLER'S EXCELSIOR RECORD FLUID
will be found admirably adapted to Ladies1 use:
will be perfumed to order, wilh the Balm of .
Thousand Flowers, or Otto of lloee, If preferred.
Call at 30 Vine-street. ocll-f
A D I E 8 CO HURTS,
89 WEST FOURTH - STREET,
oclO One door east of Vine.
I C II A II D 8 O N ,
83 WEST FOURTH. STREET,
oclO One door east of Vine.
TrOTICE.-TIIK rNDERSIMNEp II AVB
1 Jilat opened our NEW IlllUli-S I OB K, aud will
keep for sale tine Havana Cigars, Tobacco, Fancy
and old Castile Hoaiiaj. Lublu's Ivatracta. French aud
Jlifllsh Puniadas, Otdog-ue and Laveuder Waters of
all dai:riptluua; Batiiiim-ap.nM; Hair, Nail aud
Toot h-bru. lies, and all articles that are nsnallvkept
by Dri'fiaists aud Apotbecarie. He lag thains-ee.
lion of our stock before purchasing elsewhere Pre.
aoriptious carefully ecijipoumled at all hour, day
and night. IE0. W. l AT I'll E 8 i CO. (bile at
tho cor. Hlxlh aud John-aU.), N. ki, corner Contral
aveliUM aud fjoorge-street. Dol-f
FINK TEAf-FINB TEAM -JI MT It K.
LKIVHD, ! hall-cbeaU of choice Ubu'k Tes,
consisting of English Breakfast Tea, and rlne Or.
anaeUavcred Oolong. Also, IM balf-vtieau ve-y au
rriur Ore,. Tea. conslallna of Imperial, Moyilus)
.llu.n.nil P.rl l.'n..n....l.. ' "
F.irsuleby JOHN BATES,
oca Naiional Theater Bulldiug. Broaniore-eC .
IF YOl'HAVE LOST ANV THINS, Alt.
VkltTlHE It iu the i'KKBd, whoi. fur adVer.
tlseuieut will ba auoi. likely to b. so.il tliaa In auy
elbsr nayer, on Mound ui iu extvtwiy cUiiilUUu ,