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A Cincinnati Sympathetic Journal.
The Cincinnati Cornier derotes its .intf,
jjirg to this poncr in U Thanksgiring imne.
I s intr-nliom are not of a natiirt, welt
i dopUd to thanksgiving, bat like Baalim, it
V eiit in for cursing to its utmost, and in
c ntinentljr t Hid tome rery good thing of
us. It Say: . .
"Tha Pinrlnpstl 7Vf is an apt illustra
tion V "hewspsper of this sort. Claiming
to be independent, lis independence con-
' sifts not in indicating the ri?lit, but in show
ing its readiness and celerity in pointing oat
the wrong." '
Tbnt, we take it, Is a pretty good "sort"
Krery body knows the right; but boldness iu
exposing and denouncing the wrong is what
society needs, and just what journalism is
most afraid of. As the Courier says, that is
whiit the Pause does.
But the Pmss is "like the Ishmaelite of
old his hand is against every one." This
is the stock phrase for this purpose. Every
body ssts that who wants to say any thing
against the Pnr.ss. But as the Courier makes
out that tho hand of the Pmss is against
every thing wrong, the Ishmaelite part seems
to be worthy of all praise.
The specification to show the Ishmaelite
disposition, is tbnt the Priss has protested
apamst any former political troubles in
Kansas being visited on the inhabitants
now, in order to defeat the efforts fur their
relief. This is the Ishmaelite part. And
the other, which the Courier acts, is to
excite partisan atrocity, in order to prevent
sympathy for thousands of emigrants, who
are being drive from their claims in the
Territory by actual starvation. As the
Courier carts the parts, we prefer that of the
We do not expect to come np to the
Courier! standard of newspaper principle.
We have not proclaimed to the South that
majority of the people of the State in which
we live are determined to carry on a war
oggreeeion on the domestic relations of the
slave States. We have not daily charged
our own people with treasonable and in
cendiary designs, in order to excite fear and
animosity in the South, to bring disaster
upon our own citizens. We have not set
up a newspaper1 in Cincinnati to bear false
witncM against her citizens, in order to
destroy their business.
That is what the Courier calls " principle,"
and Vsome sympathy .with the received
opinions of society.". We want none of that
sort, nor do the people of Cincinnati. Ev
ery symptom of vitality that the Courier has
exhibited has been spent in aggravating the
panio by feeding the Southern excitement
with charges against the people of Ohio, and
of Cincinnati, and of the wholo North,
hostile sentiment and designs against the
South, which every honest Northern man
knows to be false, and which it reiterates
with the deliberate purpose of briacing
alarm and distress upon the people, from
which some partisan advantage might be de
rived, . We have no terms to characterize
paper which thus, to the extent of its ability,
plays the part of an incendiary to the prop
erty and business of the people, to whom
ostensibly lpoks for support. We want none
of this " sympathy with the received opin
ions of society." The Courier is welcome
it all. '
The Courier calls the Press a Kansas
ehrieker. With some newspapers an epithet
is the beginning and end of argument. We
do not admire the style, but as St Paul says,
"every one according to his ability." :
happens now that the Federal officers are the
shriekers. from Kansas. We have aimed
controvert their criminal attempts to add
the troubles of the country and to harass the
people whom they were sent to govern, but
to whom they have always been the most
It is said that Mr. Lincoln does not en
courage the establishment of an official
organ, as it is called, at the seat of Govern
ment, to defend the policy. and speak
voice of the Administration preferring
let his conduct speak for itself. In this, Mr.
Lincoln is wise. It is only as the head of
party that the President requires an organ;
and the first Executive office of the United
States should be of no party. His entrance
upoa the duties of his station should be
signal of his divorce from all mere party
friendship and enmities; and about in pro
portion as he does this will his Administra
tion, after it has closed, be counted suc
We were about to say that organs
great temptations to gentlemen in the Pres
idential office; but in truth no man who
not a fetal predisposition to fall under temp
tation will have any thing to do with them.
A good Administration will take care of
own reputation; and the history of the last
quarter of a century abundantly proves that
a bad oae will be found out, however assid
uous and unscrupulous the efforts, of its or
gans to bide its misdeeds and short-comings
from the people. It is a far more respecta
ble occupation for the President of
United States to be learning and doing
duty, than to he elaborating newspaper
to defend his errors or cover np
; 1 It Is urged in favor of an organ that
Government needs a vehicle through which
to defend itself against the unjust attacks
the press of the opposition party. This
' line, if the President is' a party President
- Ia the other aspect of the case, it does
by any means follow, because there are fulse-
' boods uttered against him, that it is necessary
they be denied. The organ does not rise
credibility higher than the level of other
: lrty journals. It is generally below
'.Poor in character, almost always poor
ability, and from its position the most servile
of all, iU statements have generally
weight tbaa those ef any other, and the
fid'ence of the people In its declarations
small in proportion as lli relations to power
are Intimate. . Its defease is therefore no
fcnse. It invites, and not nnfrequently
t ... vokes, attack ; and Invariably fails whaa
services are seeded to repel the invasion
' "which rta imprudence has suggested.
Faith and Twopence.
a paper on religions principle for
v cent A fur trying it for six months, it
fitith ia religious principles, and raised
price to two cent.
Th Income to the Preach Government
from tobacco nearly one-half of which
hf M h. I'nneil M ,4 anil I iilia lfiL
Faith and Twopence. Why We Keep Thanksgiving.
The following U the Enquirer' t idea of It t
1 "No people, no nation under the snn, ever
had so much leasoo to believe that they
were under the ef peoial guardianship of the
Alilchty, and were under such an over-
wlielming sense or grauvune, as ui i mwu
Stales of America. We have not been as
thtnkfnl as we ought for our great blaas
W gs. Having never lived in other and less
favored laildst, it has been difficult for us to
appreciate the warmth and benignity of the
advantages which have been bestowed upon
i over them." ' ; : ' ' ' '
The Ilvbrews were supposed to have soma
reason to ' think they were under the
especial guardianship of the Almighty. Cer
tainly we have never had a wonderful evi
dences of it as they, In their ex'raordinary
passage of the Red Sea between two per
pendicular walls oi water, in the pillar of
fire by night and of cloud by day, the water
from the Tock, the manna and quails in tbe
wilderness, the swallowing up of Kornh
Pnthan and Abiram, the fiery serpents, the
law written by the divine hand on tables jf
stone, and the thunders from lit Sinai.
We fear that the Enquirer' t thankfulness
has led it Into a slight exaggeration. The
thanksgiving bounties will operate so, some
times. Upon reflection It will perceive that
it Impugns the justice of the God of all the
earth, to charge that he has taken us under
his special protection, and is showing us
favor over all others. That would not be
the government of a Universal Father.
What would the Enquirer think of a father
whom a child Bhould thank for bestowing
favors on bim to the neglect of his other
children who were equally deserving! How
much more unjust it would seem if the
father would be no more impoverished by
bestowing the same favor on all his cbildron?
"Shall not the Judge of all the earth ,do
The Enquirer will perceive that what it
honestly intends for flattery of the Supreme
Being, really deprives him of his chief at
tribute, justice, and is gross blasphemy.
Giving does not impoverish God, nor does
withholding enrich him. His blessings are
equally over all the earth, and he has no
The Position of the Message on Secession.
The country has acquired the habit of re
garding any thing which the venerable pub
lie functionary at the head of the Govern
ment may have to offer on public affairs, as
of the slightest possible consequence; but
the circumstances may give the positions
which he may take on secession, an import
ance in the possible ulterior results. Should
South Carolina persist in her insane perform
ance, and attempt, as she threatens, to return
to a condition of colonial vassalage to En
gland or France, it would he interesting to
have British Or French intervention justify
ing itself by shaking the President's Message
admitting the right of secession, in his own
face. That would be' the Monroe Doctrine.
vindicated. : '
Although tho President represents no
pnblic sentiment in this nation, he repre
sents the nation officially. Naturally, his
weakness will lead him to justify secession,
while deprecating it. An official declara
tion to this purpose would be a far better
warrant to Louis Napoleon or England for
taking South Carolina under their protec
tion, than France or Sardinia bad for inter
vention in Italy. These are probably remote
possibilities, but they suggest the danger to
which the country may be exposed by tbe
party policy which places a man at the head
of the Government whom nobody trusts,
and whom traitors claim to be on their side,
aid treacherous to the nation.
This gentleman is experiencing the in
gratitude of Republics. After all his valua
ble 'services to the Administration, it is now
evidently trying to get rid of him before
Lincoln comes in, so as to fill his place with
tome one who has a long lease of life. Tho
New York Herald has announced his re
signation, and published a sort of obituary
notice. The confidential relations of the
Herald with the President have been shown
in several marked instances. Tbe Judge
has not resigned, but the Herald answers
the public denials by insisting that he will.
The President is probably trying in this way
to bring a pressure upon the Judge to force
a resignation. The Herald is by no means
restricted to the truth in its statements, but
It usually has a motive, and it would , not
state positively that the Judge has resigned,
1 when he, has not, unless it had some object,
and the source of that object may be reason
ably looked for in its relations to Mr. Bu
chanan. ' -
Salabiis axd Paorrrs or Stock Actors.
The Kew York Timet says in a late issuer
Mr. Brougham received last season at Wal-
lach4 $173 a week, besides benefits and al
lowance for his pieees; Mr. Lester Wallack
receives $125 a week; Mr. Blake $115, and
W. Walcot $100. At the Winter Garden
and Niblo's, Messrs. Couldock and Dyott re
ceived $70 and $50, and Messrs. Conway and
Fisher $70 and $60 respectively a week. .At
Miss Keene's this season there are no high
salaries, but at the opening of the last, sue
paid Mr. Jordan $100. Last season, too, Mrs.
John Wood and Mr. JeUersoa received each
$1 jO a week under the management of Mr.
Stuatt. Neither Oarrick, nor itetterton, nor
Munden, nor Dowton received one half this
sum in their best days. No wonder, with
such increasing salary of artists, and dimi
nution m toe price ot admission, mat man
agers now-a-days never realize the same
sums as of old. The days of managers have
gone by, and that of actors, scene-painters,
ana carpenters nave succeeaea.
Tbi South Cabolimiahs Taps to Taint
Nativity. Many of the early South Carolina
families came from the warmer parts
France, those regions that once took
name of Gascon y, and whose inhabitants,
noble ana oprigtit as tney were in many re
spects, were yet liable to a certain irrita
bility and fulie pride, which betrayed them
often into an unpleasant kind of bluster.
Thi wnr.la "aasconade" and "trasconader."
referring to their habit of making a good
deal or rumnus ouroi a vera smaii occasion.
were derived, we believa, from these effer
Frenchmen. That a little of
same tingle should flow in the blood of their
descendants is not a wonaer.
RlKCL'LAl DllTH Or A GlRIBAL IN BaT-
tli. General Pimodan lout his life at
battle of Castelfidardo in this way. Bitting
on horseback, under a mulberry tree, he
scarcely issued his first orders whea he
Struck by tnrce Dana, one or wmcn oruao
his jaw, another struck him in the chest,
the third hit bis foot, lie fell at once,
aa removed to a neighboring1 cottage.
where ell that was possible was done
him. lie died in the course of the sight
the hands of the Piedmontese.
Tn BicMsioa Bonn ia tbi Socth.
Charleston Mcrcvry give the following
of a boa .tet worn by a Mouth Caro
lina woman, i '
"The bonnet is composed of white
black Georgia cotton, the streamers orna
mented with Palmetto trees and lone
tiubroidt-red in poM thread, while the featti
iu-iari ui UUIle Bud black WureUH.
The Female Hercules at Naples—Her Interview
With Garibaldi and Her Personal
, The London Morning Pottt Italian corre
spondent writes: '
There is at Naples an immense, stria:
woman, about forty years of age, called
Donna Marianna, but commonly designated
I am unable to tell why as La 8. Giovan
nftrs. She keeps a little wineshop, habitu
ally frequented by many of the lower cla-eoc,
where they drop in and have their glasj of"
wine, just as a Londoner would take his pint
ot batt-ana-nau. tdis woman is via groin
popular tribune of Naples. She it is, sol am
informed,. who, even under the former Gov
ernment, exeited herself in every way for
the purpose of enlisting the lower classes and
the fazzaroni on the Liberal side; in a word
she ho acted as tbe bond of connection be-,
tween the Liberals and the lazzaroni, be
tween the rich and the poor. On tlioe days
when the city was greatly agitated, the ig
norant masses implicitly followed her guid
ance. , V
On Garibaldi's arrival, she at once pre
sented herself to bim, and was mostordially
received, because Garibaldi especially likes
and trusts the rough children of trie people,
such as 9. Uiovannara ana tne use. sue
often goes to the camp, and, some six even
ings ago, wuen at liaseria, mere nappeneu
to be there about thirty persons, among
them individuals of high rank, who were
waiting to have interviews with Garibaldi.
He was not in the best possible humor on
the occasion. He had been pestered with
the Ministerial squabbles, and did not wim
to see any one; but on being informed that
8. Giovannara was in the ante-chamber, he
said she alone might come in.
Tne strong, stalwart woman entered.
Garibaldi first asked her how sho was, and
then, in the presence of Generals Turr,
llixio and many other officers, ho said to her,
"Now give me a kiss." She gave him one,
and then said she would like to have an
other; and, having obtained that, the inter
. She does not dress with the least ele
gance, but merely after the usual fashion of
her class. A dark cotton gown, a large
dark shawl with red flowers, and nothing
on her head. By her side she carries two
revolvers end a dagger. She walks very
gently and speaks very little. She has a se
vere, but self-satisfied expression. She has,
ia short the air of a person of importance.
When she shakes hands with you at part
ing, he seems to look you through and
through, and nods, as much as to say, we
understand one another. In consequence,
therefore, of ber character and position,
while nil the other women in Naples have
been debnrred the- rip-lit of votinir. an ex
ception has been made in favor of Donna
Marianne, and she has deposited her "Si" in
the urn along with Poerio, Spaventa, Cop
pelli, and other distinguished Neapolitan
politicians. Garibaldi, who has been de
clared a citizen of Nanles. came into the
city for the purpose of giving his vote. The
Pro-Dictator, Pallavicini, did the same.
Sheridan's Rebuke of a Mendacious Pest.
Those who are in the habit of telling pro
digious stories ought to have good memories
but generally have short ones. Sheridan used
to deal with these mendacious pests in a manner
peculiar to himself. He would never
allow himself to be out-done by a verbal
prodigy : whenever a monstrous story was
told in his presence, he would outdo it by one
of bis own coinage, and put the narrator to
tue blush by a falscho more glaring than
L related a sporting adventure. " I was fish
ma unu. a Keuuuui&a in ms ueannir once
ing one aay, in a certain cold spring full
delicions trout, and Boon cauuht a large mess.
But, what was really surprising, not a foot
from the cold spring there was one of boiling
water, so that when you wanted to cook
your fish, all you had to do, after hooking
them from the cold spring, was to pop them
directly into the boiling. The company all
expressed astonishment and incredulity
this monstrous assertion, with the exception'
of Sheridan. "I know," said he, "of a phe.
romenon yet more surprising. I was fish
ing one day, when I -came to a place where
there were, three springs. ' The first was a cold
one stocked with fish, the second a boiling
spring, and the third -a natural fountain
melted butter and parsley." " Melted butter
and parsley I" exclaimed the first story-teller;
u impossible I" "I beg your pardon," said
Sheridan coolly. ''I believed your story, sir
you are bound to believe mine." " Another
incident occurred to me," continued the gen
tleman. "I was out shooting once, and
spied a brace of birds. I was out of shot;
but I threw tho ramrod into tbe barrel of my
gun, fired, and brought down both birds."
"'A more singular occurrence happened
tne," retorted Sheridan. " I had promised
friend of mine in London half a dozen
patridges for dinner on a particular day.
Lad forgotten my agreement, when I heard
the distant horn of the stnge coach which
was to take my game to London. I rushed
into my preserve, and in the hurry of the
moment rorgoi my suok ana lerc my iron
ramrod in my gun-barrel. I fired at a covey
ot pannages, Kiuea six, threw them into
hamper, and (rive them to the coachman.
There was the game not only killed, but act
ually spitted." This audacious narrative ef
fectually silenced tbe story-teller.
Ah Akti-starvation SocxTT ii Loxnov.
In tbe London Timet there is an appeal for
society which has for its object the preven
tion of death by starvation. We extract the
following passage from the article,' which,
true as it is, marks a great advance in social
science in England. The opinions and sug
gestions can well be considered and applied
to this country, young as we are, and not yet
weighed down with the dead remains
effete and ghastly conditions of society: .
"Society is responsible for every human be
lng coming into tne world, ana Donna to see
that its essential wantsfood, clothing.
shelter, and education are satisfied. It
for its own good that society should be held
responsible for this, as itsowa welfare can
never De securea on any oiner eonauions.
Let society see that every human being com
ing Into the world receives a good education
fitted to make it a happy and useful member
of society : and put it in the way of getting
an honest living, give it a fair chance.
a mere pecuniary point of view, this would
cost less than our inefficient systems
prisons and police." 1
Mabvilocs Expbbibmoi or a SriaiTUAV-
ist More Hume Wonder. A London letter
The iokes against spirit-rapping are kept
alive by a Mr. Hume, who does things
are really too wonderful, and may be justly
called whoppers. He has returned to Lon
don from tbe soutn oi r ranee, ana vein
that one day while out shooting, he
tHndina- nnder a tree, whea a voice sud
denly exclaimed, '-Here, here." He thought
it was at first the snirit of an M. P. and
just upon tbe point of telling him that
joke was ont of season, when be was lifted
suaaeniy on tne ground aaa carried a uiwrn
narea. whereon me Doueu or tue tree
with -an awful crash where he had
tandine-. His life wag saved, and upon
quiry be found it was bis mother's spirit.
He had a bit of tbe branch of the tree aawn
off and brings it with bim; it is three feet
circumference. UI course luisocuiaraemon
stration of the wood proves to his English
friends bis thorough veracity.
Tbi Moons Dibchaboiho thsib Impbmsity.
Tha Ervana of Madrid affirms that, as
the present month of November,. the Moors
will have paid more than half the indem
nity they owe 324,000,000 reals out of
the evacuation of Tetuaa will
place very shortly. According to tbe same
Journal, the government has granted
Moors a delay of four years for the payment
of tbe rest of tbe indemnity, subject, how
ever, to tbe condition of being allowed
terest of roar per cent, on me sum.
Qdiib Excvss by ah Iipcldsst Morass,
A goodly parson complained to an elderly
btdv of his congregation that her daughter
appeared to be wholly takea up with
and worldly finery, instead of fixing
mind on things above. "Von are certainly
mistaken, sir. I know that tbe girl appears
to an observer to be taken no with worldly
tiling, but you can not judge correctly
the ilirefiu.n ntr nnr.a realty mat's, as
is a utile cross-eyed.''
Nature Anterior to Art—Patterns Borrowed
from the Former.
I A Tery striking illustration of tht.T.lt re
corded in MMer't Tutimoni of the Rvehi:
1 The old corals abound in ornamental pat
tern, which man, unaware of theirexist
ence at the time, devised long after for him
self. In an article on calico printing, which
forms part of a recent history of Lancashire,
there are a few of the patterns introduced,
backed by the recommendation that they
were the most successful ever tried. Of one
of these, known as "Lane's Net," there sold
a greater number of pieces than of any other
pattern ever brought into market It led to
manT ImitAtinnw unit m& of the most DOpn-
lar of these answers line for lino, save that it
is more stiff and rectilinear, to the pattern
In a recently-discovered Old Ked Sandstone
coral. The beautifully-arranged lines which
so snjlt the dames of England, that each had
to provide berpelr with a gown or vne laorio
which they adorned, had been stamped amid
the rocks eon of ages before. And it must
not be forgotten, that all these forms and
.ujci of beauty vhich. once filled U nature,
but of which only a few fragments, of a faw
faded tints, survive, were created, not to
gratify man's love of the (esthetic, seeing
that man bad no existence until long after
they had disappeared, but in meet harmony
with the tastes and faculties of the Divine
Worker, who had, in his wisdom, produced
Th Rac or Outcasts i India. If a
single member of a family should be fimnd
guilty of some abominable practice, such as
adultery, theft, murder, irreverence to the
Brahmins, intoxication or violation of caste
regulations in eatipg or marrying low caste,
the family would be outcosted; people, even
the nearest relative, would withhold any
social intercourse whatever in order to avoid
the equal fate of the sinner, io intermarry
with an outcasted family is out of the ques
tion; even the family barber and washerman
withdraw their services. How far this con
tagion troubles this people, the following
incident will show to the enrious and in
quisitive: A young Brahmin married a
girl in a village, whose mother was the
daughter of a Brahmin of a low order, or
more distinctly a priest of the fishermen,
and whose poor father was outcasted on
that account. In course of time, through
entreaties, the Brahmins took pity upon
him, and agreed that he should be allowed
to dine with them, provided he should sit at
a distance from them, and, what is the great
est of all favors, that they would cat con
fectioneries at his house, but not rice of his
. Parisian Tubacco Indignation. It is
coM thai a imrtv nf workmen in Paris sig
nified their disgust at the recent advance of
. j i . i f
twcniy-nve per ceni. iuano j iut Buiroi
in the nnce oi tooacco. ov inrowini moir
pipes over the iron-grating into the oo-rj.
yard of the palace of the Tulllerie
eWClotblnt renovate aIl4 repaired, 59 B. Third.'
W A. A. Itstj clocks, Watches and Jewelry,
Foe. S4S and S7 Central aTenne.
KCS8-8MrTH.-In this city, hy the Rev. Mr.
Tour. Mr. Andrew H. Renss, of this city, to Jlias
Mary L. Smith, of New York.
KVEBSON 8TARB. November J. at the resi
dence ot J. W. K'-erin, No. 9 Pears. n nt , by Rny.
P. i.. li-i-i" -; -;;,0mai H. Kverson and Miss
Jlnry 15 ftarr. all of this city.
AWT PhlladelrJ.le papers pleaecpy.
Wedding and Visiting Card,
EnirraTed and Printed . 8. els and Presses; Be La Hue
Stationery and Envelopes. .
(Sucoessors to H H ShiMeya Br".,)
y.V Ua Went Foarth-etreet.
, i , Broadway Novelties. .
Wer We are In receipt, by American Urpress,
the lateet Broadway styles of SOFT HATS
yonng gentlemen. Also, all that !s new in CAPS.
TOWEBS A; CO.,
nolS 149 Slaln-st.
WH ,-s CINCINNATI
,AND GUARDS ATTENTION!
1 lie company will assemble, in review order
Deadnunrters, on this ( KKIDAY) AKTjIBNOO.N,
at one o'clock, for Parade.
oJ0- J. H. PATRICK, Canttiln.
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twOST" A ,',w edition, v hich &ir ettcoeda the f'r
n.er in simplicity and comprehenlen'MS. This
hook is an invaluable assmtaot lu ateraxing ac
counts. Price (2. For sale by
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MudiL-ina we have t.i be coovince.1 thitt
Mill prove itself to be all that it is recommended.
A nd ue woird sav that the Keatorative Cordial
Blood Renovator of Prof. Wood will stand the
fully, and In fast it is without any dnuht the
article in market for Purlfvlin the Blood
ttrenpthenina: the system. We have no hesitation
in reof.nimendlnn It use tn all. n'2-MyKbm
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tbe w rrhants' Kxrhange, on 8ATUKOAY KVCN
INC. Bee. niber 1, at 7 oVl-iclr, fr thepurp-iee
appointing a Vmiulttie of Seven Members, by bal
lot, to n"uilnate otfttwrs fur the ensuing year,
& nfermlty with the provision of she Ninth Article
of the Constitution, and for the transaction of ench
other busineHS as mat be ore.enteii. fly order
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I.'j2:.!tlr nut ud in bottles, call at tbe ourlh-st.
Me stock of thena arttalM la roeanlete. including
every variety f l.ubin's manufacture, and all oth
ers of anv celebrity. Hiviue; likewiae an bun-
dance or tha finest materials, l am msQUlaciunnc.
a lerae variety, and solicit a comparison of thent
with those of any other maaufacture.
PALMKH B BOAP DCNTRIFICI
Is composed of soap and other articles well known
ir their leneucial action vp-in tbe teeth aod sums.
It eontsfns no article that can poesihly lajure
teeth, and can. consequently be naed with perfect
Impunity hy pereoua oi an ace.
ry r sa r s nt uui uu,
Manufacturer and Imp orter of Perfumery,
oolO No. ,'itf Went C lurth-rt.,
TOWEt-'S A 10.
thwyrs a ro.
We have In store a very TV
largeeud -ehoie stock of R II
l.a.ileV run, of all taeh- FU
ionable varieties, Ihdud- FOKl
ti Sable. Mink, Bt ne, PIlltH.
Marlon, Pitc h, Siberian rUKB.
ety of the cheaner kinds. KlIKft.
Our stock will be kept FTKB.
fall and complete ali rUKS.
th niiah the season, by CUM.
daily additions fr m the film,
beat New York maaufac- PUKs.
Hirer. All aaxtds war- Ft'Kf.
runted fee-h a lad perfect. TCH.
Prices law.. If U
TOWERS St CO.,
Matters and Furriers,
. 149 Uain-et.
TI'Wl Kb A CO.
TOW HUH A CO.
TOWERH A 00.
TOW It H 8 A CO.
TOt KhS A CO.
TOW En AC".
TOWVH8 A CO.
TOW FHH A CO.
TUna.Ka A cu.
rncurrent Money Wanted at Par.
arollna, and Oeoriria Money yIU he taken AT
in exrhanffe for Furelan and D.iov.tto l,iqurs
(KcrtirW n WhUky excepted), at our Store Hue,
and 411 Main etnet. .,
no23-l Mft,I,a. A KLTNH.
LADD WEUSTER Si CO.'S
Sewing IMaohlnes! ,
- wNRW ftTYXB Jr-T JtSHCKD
BtawJZa FIJr t I-Jtl v k iul.i.io, ,
tar Call aad as them at MS) West Fourth -at.
leal If 1
OO XWomt 3rova.rtl.-att.,
BETWEEN aUIS AND WALNUT,
a-Tia.'BI'a'BCTH BPKEDT AND
ava ttaNEhT cuhes of catabkh,
atA. TUhUAT, LUNQ, HEABT AND
UOMPLAlhilS and other CHBONIO DlaBAVKH.
The ' Aarlaa System of Care" U something
tiraly aileieat Croas the .anodes usually employed,
and Us sogcosa Is oiost at ethtng.
IXiNhULTATlON rttEI. Frioss wlthia'
reach ef ail. Patients who can act take "
Biedlcluaa" vUl Bad this method aacslraHy
euited to them. Prom tle eery bef Innlaf ef
use of the medicines the patient tsele their
influence, and Is better enabled to punus his
eeu Tha rfect Is permanent. Ho is the
tevonble seeooa lor aalnf them, stol7-X
Jut received an for sate by t ,
RICKEY, MALLORY & CO.,
i . . "
No. 70 West Fourth-aU
THE VOCABULARY OF nilLOSOPnY
Dental, Mnrnl end Metaphretcal. By William
Fleming. With an Introduction, Chronology of
the Hlitory of Philonorhr. brnilht down to ISM;
Bibliographical IndtT, Byntliotlcal Tahloe, and
eth Additionm 1T Chaa. r. Krautli, D. D. One
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HOPEs'aND FEARS; or, Scenes from the
Life of a Blnt-r. By the anthor or " Holr of
Bedcllffe," etc Two volumes 12mo. tt 50.
THE DUTIES OF HUMAN LIFE Trans
lated from a Banacrlt manuscript, written by an
ancient Brahmin. Kdltod by Joshua Perkins.
One volume 12mo. to cents.
LEGENDS OF THE MADONNA As Rep
resented In the Fine Arts. With Portrait. One
vol., blno and gold. 73 cents.
HOME BALLAD3 AND POEMS. By
Jchn O. Whittier. One vol. 75 conts.
HARRY COVERDALE'S COURTSHIP
JiVT MAltltlAGB. By Trunk E. Smedley, an
thor cf " lewis Arnndcl," ' Frank Farlolgh,"
etc. One volume. Jl 26.
THE THREE COUSINS. By James A.
llsitland, author of "The Watchman," "WaU'
derer,"etc. One volume. $125. no30-b
F Y3U WANT TO BUY OR SELL ANY THING
WANT TO BENT A HOUBEj ,
WANT B0ABDEB8 OB BOABDING.;
HATE LOST ANY TtHNQl
' , , , : OB, WAKT WORK i
THE DAILY PRESS.
IMPOBTANT TO THE PCBLICl
TBB BODOB PATENT.
READ THIS LETTER.
lKDIetXaaafOl.il AKD ClKCIintATI RAILROaVP.)
PaLBIDKNT'A OFFIOK, V
Cincinnati, November ?, i960. J
rrXHON. F. fAKD-WY DEAR PltlBNDt
JL 1 corgrtitulute ou upon thi) aacc ot your
uti wun Jtyan lo i -nreaicMa 11. jaaA Loav
Itt U acti riifht. Bv the wv. I dm tli.t Rvavu A
Co , ty an advertistiaentt notify every man nainf
"ur imirovenient that be nut pay up Tbi to
:od joke. 1 leaw aoiify tteawi guntltiuien that
lavve half e doiuu of tour Patent Flre-bkicbi im
ucceuful operation in my bonne, and that I oro
ftue 10 uee n-m wiinoui pa ing uny miug more
bau the amouot of your bill, which was, upon
the whole a retuoeabie oue. Kuddom itii sticut
to tlteni to conmeuce itrocefduift &yaf net tne.
liaitruud biuine ! "lull, ana I nhould like to try
pa it us tun. (a-j iibni j. L,un.L.
17)AKCT-DECiIlATKI AND PLAIN
. plate. warmers; Cotl-vases and Ooal-hods;
Tin Cake-pans and Dishes; bpoons, etc.) for sale
rery low at ''.'''..
No. 59 West Fourth-st.1
W. A. C0LL011D & CO,,
NO, S WIGHT THIUU-Hr.,
V Honey deposited for two, four and sis maaths
will receive interest at four, fire and six per cent,
fB A. W AL JL .N O O R D,
BANKIB AKD D CALEB IH EXOHANQE,
' '-n jj0i SB V(S thlrdr., Oinelaaati.; J
aw AU kinds ot Dacorreul itoaey boufht
and sold. '... ' nots cm
IV tntUAVI l.'tMT ANY THINU, AI.
f ..liTI . in lav. t'V 1, he. if
(l.eai,.t it mar- U'.. K t l. 5'in h'i tit .
char eaper at aosvaal ef its eatslva airga'atlor
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
To Whom It may Concern.
We recently moved the Federal Court In this city"
to (rant ns an Injunction against TH03. F. OA BP,
who infringes oar eeUnt for as improvement In
open tiro-places. On laat Saturday the Court de
cided this motion, and held we were not entitles to
an lnjttncticn at present, because said Card only
put np and sold hit top, or cap, to the flre placee,
and did not set the grates, or make any part there
of, except the top. Tho Judge, however, annonnoed
the grate, when thus mndo by Card's cap, to be an
infringement of our Patent, but decided we must
recover onr damages off the persons who owned ot
nsed th Card arched cap, or cover, and could not
at present stop Card. We shall, therefore, pnrsue
the remedy the Court has Indicated, nnd shall sue
all who use this arched top, or car, sold by Thos.
F. Card, unless they amicably settle With OS Imme
diately. JOHN B. 1IYAN A CO.,
Proprietors of DodgVs Patent,
Office at Eagle Stove-store, 17 Wist Flflh-at.
WE OPEKF.D OW
MONDAY MORNING, NOTE.TIBER 30
A 8PLEKDID LIPK OF
NEW D.UESS GOODS,
Purihnsed last week lu Hew York, at panio prices.
We offer great bargains in
KFW AND ELF.OANT DBE8S SILKS:
PAB18 VEUtrR, SI cents and upward j
PLAIN DT. LAIS F.S, all shades 1
8MALL FIUUKF.D ALU-WOOL DEL Alt', tS
' ' PLAIN FliENCTI MKltlNOKS ;
FlCUTtED FRENCH MEKINOES;
PARIS REPPT8 ;
BLACK BILKS, Ac, Ac.
A FtJL LINE OF
FANCY GOODS rOA CHMSTMftS PRESFNTS,
EltGSNT BRIDAL AND PARTY FANS.
noCT-e 118 WEST FOURTH ST.
JOHN SlilLLlTO & CO.,
101, 103 and 105 West Fonrth-t.,
Respectfully call attontlon to their largo stock
SCOTCH LINEN SHEETING;
- . TAB LB DAMASK
NAPKIN TOWELS AND TOWELING i
QUILTS AND COMFORTABLES; ' . - -
SHAKER FLANNELS-ALL WIDTHS;
COTTON FLANJSELB, etc. t
no5.f2dp AT VERY LOW PRICES.
COAL COOKING STOVE,
'; ' A. N1CW PATTERN,
IT AS A LARGE OVEN, LARGE FLUES,
, an excellent draught, Is .heavy and durable,
plain and coat in design, and is altogether the
Best Coal Cooking Stove
.Yet Offered to the InbUo. '
One can be seen in operation daily at 3'.' 1. MER
RILL'S Central Stove Store, 209 West Fifth-st.,
corner of Home. -It
Bread will be baked at 11 o'clock in the morning,
and between S and 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Call
and see how it works. . .. ,
J. F. MERRILL,
209 Flftn-st., corner of Home.
TVt & Wils6n's
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES
NO. 70 WEST FOURTH-ST.I
Between Vine nnd Walnut-.ts., nt Wliwell'i Flc-
tnre-etorn, ,,. ,.t .
WE ASK THE PIJBI7TOTO CALL AND
rxumiue tbetie Macbiue ao-i ae thum per
form. We wtuTasithem IvRtve b a tire wtiatfaction
If nut, tue money will be mtuadrvl ; to there la
rick to run tn buying tbem. They work with
trmtiht needle, nud will stitch ne well on thick
CD tins clotb. v
Call tndvet a circular and srape of tho work
TO Wt Fourth-t., Cincinnati, Ohio.
M. K. KTBOIiT tk FISHER,
v ' TO DO THIS I0D MUST . i ;
G O TO J. II. D ETE R S'S,
NO. S3 WEST rOUKTH-ST.,
AND GET A PAIR OP III9 WATER
riltXIJT 110O1 8. , Don't lot the fear o exor
bitant prices deter you, as be has marked hie prices
down so that they east not fail to suit the closest
PITTSBCBO AND WllBFI.INOBANK
M)Ti8 Taken at fa it ton voau, Ac
We v,ill receive Notes on the above Banks M
lor ail articitai ui our nue, at towew prtoae.
CANFIELD t BEKTRAM,
' ' ' , ! " DEALERS IM ...
Coal and Coke, Fira-brlck and Clay.
Office and Tard, 1ST Eaak Pront-st., eotrth
- between Butler-su and Miami Canal.
Vlonstantly on bene) suiwy of Tonah ioizhenr.
Peach Orchard, Caoncl ami llnrtfurd City Coal;
City Mauutactured and AteKeeaport Ooke; vlre-
biitk and Clay. , . no27-x
Qoecn City Insurance Companj.
Orrtcx No. 34 Haavuio Temple Jblrd-st.,
- - CINCINNATI, OIllO. .
JflEE AND MAB1NK CAPITAL, 9100,000
Wm.M oammon.Dr. J. L. Vattier.TI Clearwater..'
Wm. A.htewait, uao. m. uixou, tviiitam u. Uodds.
. M khield, DanielHcLaren.H P. Kliaa,
Ich'rd Ai.ncrafl.ll. A. Powell. T. 1,'Hoiuiiiedl.iu
Ann a t'ouklin. V. L. Weed. l.AODBvd Awarta.
ataTThis Company ia prepared Ut transact
atiu aiaiine iDsuraljce on lavoranie terme. xicbih
euuiiabiy adjuated a d prnmptU tmid.
WM. UuCAatatuM, President.
ASIXB A. Liavon, rMcrirj.
liiHAM Pvou, hurveyor. nolf
Grading City Lot.
.!., All s 11 , .
SEAI.F1 PROPOHAIaS WILT TJB
tKlVKilat the Office ut tbe Ux.r4 or Ity
rroveirieute, until three e'olMuk UTV BDA f,
t if Jecmbjr, ImiO, fur reiauriui tUe earth
the Otty Lot. and delivery of the tame -n
w8t eLd t'ark, the iri to le aone iuiiatMliatelv
Biaders Uite the aciee per cubic yard, or
cavattng and rmuvlii( the earth, AUo a ee
Lid. itaiiiitf the arki bar cubio yard for
Taoling the earth away., m above, tha dirt
niira i-y ciiy Muueirs. t- ,
by order of the Committee. noW-a
rrttine-tcUUff and Phruologf,
A Ma PER HONS W1MHINO TO KNOW
their future pr.pM:t, can bav thuat o
UaUd by JauUaiu Alwin.at IH-J Ktaui-ta-at . or
of Klin, liBrehe nay he ouultd ou all
aoncarulna lova, marriavaa, oonruibtpe, law inaiiere,
biieiae-Ki aQair; auJ will tH tbe name of the
or Keniiaaiaa uiey wiu aianTi auo mm mw i
mrAONOI 1 A
pl b a pue artwVa.' lnuch err iay. A
tmUlval (be UmJ Itiruu
pivator, uiiiuraiBiif-a rHiiue so im, wiiu unrq
tiilcni'n bd their aivvi. Alv, Wi ilci, ' "
i by tha day or weefc, aW-e
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS,
NO. r WEST Tl'IUD-HT.'
f J .' CINCINNATI, OHIO, ' '
Issue Policies In the following reliable ooiasaalaa , '
NEW YORK COMPANIES, . - .
LOR ll.t ABD FIBBJ INSURANCE OO.I
,' WASHINGTON FIRS INSURANCE- OTAt
GOODHUE FIRE INSURANCE CO. t
LAMAft FIRE INSURANCE COl
MARKET FIBE INSURANCE. CO. , : ..
BESOLUTE FIBE INSURANCE CO. , .
JETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO.; , ; y .
STANDING FIRE INSURANCE CO. '
INDEMNITY FIRE INSURANCE CO.l
ATLANTIC FIRS INSURANCE 00.
Manhattan Lire Insurance Cow
PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON INS. 00
BOOEB WILLIAMS IN8UBS.N0E 0O.I ' : '
HOPE INSURANCE CO.
HOMTt INSVBANCE COMPANT.
. - fire, Marina and Life rotlcies leaned on the
most favorable terms. ' not-a ,
UNION MANUFACTUaiNS CO.
Strcoessora ta the
Sloat Sewing-maohlne Co.,
Of Phllsdelnhla. Penn.. and the
LESTER MANUFACTUR1NQ COMPANY,
, - Of Richmond Va. . . .
raisctrAL wistirwi Mtts-aoom . ir.
JCo 03 West Foui-th-at
WHERE THE DIFFERENT STYLES
of the Celebrated Elliptic Lock-stitch
And the well-known Manufacturing Shuttle Mav
chinos of the
Sloat and Lester Companies,
Will be kept en Exhibition and Sale',
Also, Needles, Hemmets, and Parts for both
make tf Machinos. -Aei
ts wanted, to whom a liboral discount will
be allowed. Addross
UNION MANUFACTURING 00.,
BQ21 tf 63 West Fonrth at., Cl'-atj G
Earwise Sc liing",
TAILORS AND CL0T1TJEKS,
No. 171 Main-street (between Fourth and Fifth),
. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
RFMOVFTs whom omr.
No. Main-street, to No. 171
Main, new stone-front bufMiiitr. nearir onnualte.
re suau continue to aoep a complete asort-
ment of . -
Of the Latest Styles.
ALSO Cloths. Casslmeres. Veetlnoa' and Otsbv.:
coatings, to make to order . ' -
Gentlemen's Famishing Goods.'
MUTUAIi BENEFIT !
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,,
" NKWAUK, N. J. ... ...
CINCINNATI AGEKCT XSTABLISUJEO 18(4.
Net accnmnlatlon of assets 1st June,
Total claims by death, paid to let of
June, !)... .. .. . ,VIM,Vj
Total claims by death in Cincinnati, ..
Annual Dividend declared 1st January, I860, ,
3Soytys.flL-iro - 3Eoar Ooxit.
THIS CON8KIIVATIVB COMPANY
coiidnes its buelneas exeluaively W healthy
mate lives. i
All who take Petlrles previous to 1st of Janaary,
1861, will receive the Annual Diridend one year
sooner than if their npphcatlona are withheld unaii
after that date. . : . ..
Information, pamrhleta and tables freely supplied
without charge, and applications aoiioUod by the)
undersigned. . .
J VJ fl .1 vr. 11 .1 n 1 n 1, u u, annul.
H. A. OLA8SS0KO, Local BeoreUry.
No. 4 Pnlilie Landinf.
Tin. J.' P.' "SVHITI. Iledical iSxamiuer, it A3
West Fourth-street. noal-tjal
SIGNS OF THE TIMES!
C. T. FORIIISTALL, ,
1A t'AT 13a TTNE-8TRKET,
Corner of Burnet, np stain, Is prepared to Paint t
ALL KINDS OP 8IQN8, BANNEB8, . ,
AKD PICTORIAL WOBK OKNCBAUT, .
t " . ' i .. ,
On short notice and on the most reasonable terse,
All Work Guaranteed.'
DON'T FORGET NO. 132 TINS.
' . nol-trj
DRAFTS rniAROI OR SHAtl.
uni on Londou end Dublin, narable ia ail
the principal towna ef
ENGLAND, . . "
' ' , IRELAND,
Porsalshy " - .
James F. Meline & Co.,
HANK tCHtS, -. t
noll-tdecHJdp IT West Thlrd-at.
PETER TIIOMS OPT.
AGAIN IN" THIS IIICLJLI
PORT DFNDAH, HIOTTTaAND WALT,
at d all other iure Bo.tcb Whiskiee. and Ka
gllah Alee and Porter. Just recetTed twoiHUtcbeotta1
pi ma worm-reoownoa rvu i. iu m isn-j ihu
IAND MeVLT. AUw. two puncheone or IHh&T
C4(T('U WHIB&T. Also, oue punebMD of 0 1. K ti
ll VKT. Aleo, one puncheon of MiXiaUJ (iiea
ry, and one puncheon of lewm Httchtjii a.
.. Tba above brand or not) ten vr litany are irom nm
most crabrat-d DUtiHurine of Bcotleod, and ara
teeraoteed okMUiNi aoa pvaa. - - .
Aiau, OB DftDU, DOW BUppilCW "i cwn sWIiim
A We Burtoa-on-Trent, and Hibberl'e fatuoue Lokv
eVn Brown Htoot, aad muy other choice artioiva.
which my friend' are oordttlly Invited to eall aael
examine at my old stanJ, No. 5.1 Weet Ihird-ai
Peiwoao waiuutana vine, aonin tiue. aoaav-m
For it food Machine, making the Drover k Ba-
aer stuen, ouiy..... w 19 is f
Pof a good Fifty-dollar abuttle-machin, onlr.aiS
For an Eightj-dollar 0 rover A UakeT Ma- -
chi ne, on ly .................................. .9 4
For a cloat f lllptie Machine, only ...-..-...Ae
Apply at UNION MANIIPAOTOBINO OOMPA-
NV'8 BALE8U0 )M,6 Wt Purth-.t. cugf
I7B I ITH.-800 WIIOCBt. II ALVKfJ AND
' gnaner box.a M b. lialin; Si.o wlioles, haliea
and quarter boxea Layer KaUius; 76 half brls. and
kegs Trunea; la bole. Citron. &U whole and liner,
ter drums Kiss: 111 brls. Currant. In store and for
aale A AbtOfii A. OULTAB, 319 and 3'Al Main.
BV tlyu.u, 1
.pertal at.d Ouupoader Teat, ot Ultt
In store and for sale. AAHOM A.
tXiIThU. ait aod ail Main St.
n.fw.rt&LIUB. in Store
AUsl PUIMB Kit
I I .I . . Ml I. ....
Old fioeramenl ' AARON A.b'li.ra.11
V .nee : luo paoaacesi
STAOAIIO HUOAHS.-lttO HtUatalJA
Crushed. Powdvxed aod Orauulatod buar (J.
B Loveiiig Co ); rtbrU. Al White Duatr M.S.
Loveriiifj A Co )! In stir. and lor eeia AaBOJI A.
COtTKH 3landail M.ln-.t. n..2l
bYMTPKI 9 o a.
.P hltia laige, tataud
earner -f pi
1 aud Vuia.
IfUHPItJN PUI ITH.-
Layer heieius, xtofdamK r'ae4. Uer
r.-t.u liuui., ur t uirNTits, n w Citrtai. eto.,e
FFUCl'BOii'g.eor. Viuthand Tine, awa