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THE PRESS.
ANDY V7. rBANCWCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL
KDITOSS AJID PMPKIKTOKII.
ornoa, 14 wkst foubtu-btrht.
NATBRUAY OCTOHKIi 90
A Douglass in the Affair.
Captain Cool says that Fun.Docouai was
a coward, having promlseJ to be one of the
Insurgents. Fbbd. baa diiappeared from sight,
bavins Ban " on the underground railroad,
as supposed. '
The City Marshal's Bills.
The monthly Items offered to Finance Com
ruittoa of the City Counoll for appropriation!
te the Marshal's offloo are strloken out monthly.
They are i Tor maintaining and eonflning
lty prisoners, $1,800 ; fees in Police Court,
$250. This would, in the whole year, amount
to $22,200. Thii il but a part of the oost of
the eity erlmlnali.
Bad Precedent.
The City Counoil made an appropriation
Wednesday night of perbapi $80, to pay a per
son employed by the City Civil Engineer to
superintend the eonitraotion of the sewers on
the landing, at the rate of $1 SO per day. If
ono puhllo offioer can be favored for a worthy
work, others may Involve the oity by detailing
at assistants any number of persons, on tha
plea of neoeaslty.
Old John Brown.
The Ravenna Democrat, ridiculing the
panio at Washington, when the newt of the
iniurreotion break arrived, says:
There la but a step from the sublime to the
ridiculous, and if the Mayor of Wishing ton
had taken his stand by the President, In the
Portico of the White Iluiiee, and snog the
famous nursery rhyme
' Old John Brown hid a little Indian,"
the faree would have beon complete.
I. O. F.
The Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. of the Stele
of Indiana will bold its twenty-third annual
Oommunioation in Indianapolis, oommenoing
on Tuesday, the 15th of November, next, at
nine o'elook, A. 21.
The Grand Lodge of Odd Fallows of Ken
tucky meet ia Louisville on Tuesday next,
Xoyeinberl.
The Spirit of Violence.
A deep distrust at present fills the minds
of residonts in the border towns in the slave
Slates, and efforts made in their limits in
ngitatiou of the slave question gives them
tiiarrn. Wo appreciate their excited state of
mind, end are prepared to learn that during
this heated term of excitement wrong may
be done innocent parties. The spirit of vio
lence has visited our neighborhood, and New
port, Ky., bas, when thinking about old
Brows, remembered that old Bailrt was
among them, with his anti-slavery paper,
and last night destroyed his forma and type.
This is a type of tha times. Particulars in
local oolumn.
What Is a Turn-Out.
President Bcchasam has oonfonnded a swlteh
and a turn-ont whioh his victims consider as
one thing, and hard to take at that. But a
switch and a turn-out for a street railroad are
totally different, A I witch being long enough
to allow cars to stand on, which would be a
nuisance; but a turn-out Is a short double
curve of but length enough to admit tiro cars,
eaoh keeping to the right, to pass each other
without stopping. They work well in St.
LouIb, and will before long be demanded and
used In this city.
The "Galled Jade Will Wince."
We quote the following from the Ohio St-att
Jmrnul, Issued yesterday:
"The Cincinnati Penst Punas, a small
journal.of as great capacity for dullness as any
of its city cotemporaries."
Ilr.Ho! what's the matter with the Columbus
Journal Small as the Pimht Phebs la, and
as dull as it is, It Is sharp enough to appreciate
what ails the peevish Journal. There are nearly
three hundred ooples of the Fhnnt Prbsb de
livered daily In the Capital City; hence this
part of "our oapacity for dullness" annoys
lie complaining writer. Every additional
i ijbucriher obtained by us in that city increases
our dullness, and has provoked this friendly
notice of "our small journal,"
As to the Pis.vt Pbess being "nf as groat
espacity for dullness as any of our eity ootem
poraricj," we have managed to be dull to some
purpose, as our dally circulation In Cincinnati
Is exeeeded by only one cf our ootemporarles.
Really, the Columbus Journal bas been
dull enough to earp at this paper fur declar
ing, In a figurative expression, that the fanati
cism of the insurgent Brows met the dis
approbation and Indignant frown of the Father
of hi.) country. We are too sharp to weary or
iajult our readers with' excusatory artloles lo
defence of traitors and murderers.
[Communicated.]
[Communicated.] CINCINNATI, October 27, 1859.
lo tht Iditort oftUPtnmj JVmi:
Tour artiole in your paper of this morning,
tin wins making, must havo been derived from
Earopean journals. InKurope they say that
red wine oan be made from no grapes unless
fully fermented on the theris. This is true.
JSiren In the greatest vino regions of Europe,
none of their grapes yield a must red enongh
to make a red wioe. In all parts of America
wild grapes abound, yielding red must, aud
many a must almost as dark as ink, and ky a
proper selection the red winej of Europe will
be left. In the baok-ground. I do not believe
that fermenting must or pulp, theris anditeuis,
will Improve its quality, bat injure it. We
should now look up the hundreds of various
wild grapes that yield a red must, and test
their value as wise
N. LONGWORTH.
Supposed Search for Fred. Douglass.
The Rochester Democrat, Oetober 25, has the
following :
Borne " snspioious-looklDg characters," of
gentiemaniy nut omciai demeanor, nave been
" hanging about town " for a day or two past,
rind it is supposed that their object in visiting
Roohester U to call on Mr. Frederick Douglass
tT explanations regarding the reeont miif
at Harper's Ferry. It so happens, however,
that Mr. Douglass is out of town, and bis
present whereabout does not seem to be gen
erally known. The strangers are said to be
connected with the United States Marshal's
office deputies of that gentleman, in fact.
Duel at Denver.
Liavinwobth, October 27, 18SS Denver
Oity dates to the 20th inst., bring the report
of a duel between Richard Whitnettand Wm.
P. MoClure. The latter was shot in, or a lit
tie above, the groin, and the wound il sup
posed to be fatal. St, LovU Rmpubliean of Me
3SV
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Trial of the Virginia Insurrectionists.
CHARLESTOWN, VA., October 28.
Tbo afternoon session of yeiterday was oe
cuuivd ith the examination of Colonol Wash-
iojji' n null Conouotur Phelps, but nothing of
importance wan eilcuei oeyuua what nas al
ready been ditulored un published statements,
Cook passed tUiough Frederick City yester
day, in custody of the oOiuers, on the way to
Charles town.
CHARLESTOWN, October 28—P. M.
Cook was brought here at one o'clock this
morning. He says that if Brown had takon
bis advice in relation to mounting the men, a
force one thousand strong could not have
taken them. Ho save that Fred. Douglass
acted the coward, as he promised to ba there
in person.
There is great rejoioing here at the arrest
of Cook.
George II. Hoyt, Esq., of Boston, arrived
this morning to act ns counsel for Brown,
He is quite a young man.
Tho Court met at eleven o'olock. Brown
was led over from the jail, walking very
feebly, and laid down on the cot.
Senator Mason entered the Court with Mr.
Hoyt. Senator Mnsou remarked that tha
testimony given by Colonel Washington and
Conductor Tholpa was very correct.
Tho jury wad called and Mr. Butts an
nounced the arrival of Mr. Iloyt, who had
oome to asiist the counsel for Brown. At
preaent, however, he did not feel disposed to
take part in the case. Whenever be should
teal disposed, ho would do so.
Mr. Hunter suggested that he had better
be qualified as a member of the bar on pro
ducing proof from the Boston bar.
Mr. Hoyt stated that he had not brought
his credentials of admission.
The Court said that was not required, though
the striotly legal evidenco of that taot was
necessary, but the evidenoe of any citizen
would answer,
Mr. Qreen said that his partner had read
letters from the fallow-students of Sir. Hoyt,
alluding to him as a member of the bar.
Mr. Hoyt then took tho customary oatb.
The testimony was thou resumed.
Conductor Phelps wan recalled. Mr. Botts
put a question to tho witness prcpu.ro 1 by
Brown. "The firing was eamnioneed by tboie
men on the bridge who shot Haywood; tho
next firing was by Thockinortoo: does uot
know whether the firing at Haywood was in
tentional; there was no attaolniadu on Brown's
men until after Hnywood was shot; he was
shot by the armed men la tha Winchester span
of the bridgo.
By Mr. Botts. Colonel Washington reoalled.
The negotiations were opening with Brown for
the release of the prisoners before the general
firing commenoed on Monday; does not know
whether all the prisoners signed tho proposi
tions for a suspension of firing; bot'ore tbe
opening of negotiations Brown frequently sug
gested that the prisoners should cross tbe
bridge with him to the seeond canal-lock, and
not be fired upon until after they reached
that point. No objection was made by any of
the prisoners to the proposition. Brown sa'd
he was too old a soldier to yield bis advnntugo
U? pofsened in holding hostages.
Biwn's sou was wounded during the day
in the breast, tbe ball passing around to tho
side, but i: took his weapon again and Brad
frequently bb'bre his sutf'erings compelled hi in
to retire, Hetd Captain Brown frequently
complain of the bad faith of the people iu
firing on the flag of truce; beard him make no
threat, or even any vindiotivenetis against ttiu
people. Mr, Browo went out aud brought iu
a promise that the people would not lire while
the negotiations were pending; can not say
that all tbo firing of Brown and his men wub
in self-defense; heard Brown give frequent
orders not to fire on unarmed oitizens. Brown
ea,id the people appeared to pay little rogard
to the lives ot oitiious, and we uuit take tho
chances with them. Afcer the first attack on
tho engine-house by the marines, there was
cot a general ary of surrender; one cried, ''I
surrender," but the others fought on. Brown
had his riflo in his hand when he was strao'n
down by the marines, and was cut over tho
head with a sword by Lieutenant Green.
Mr. Hunter laid before the jury the printed
constitution and ordinance of the Provisional
Government, reading the first tiro claracs of
preamble, and the seventh, forty-Hftb, and
forty-eighth articles, and briefly summing up
the other portion of tho constitution.
Sheriff Campbell knows the handwriting of
the prisoner; has copied a letter iar him.
Brown said ho would identify himself any of
bis handwriting, and save all that trouble. He
was ready to faoe tho musio.
Mr. Hunter said he would prefer it be Jlr.
Campbell.
Brown "Eithor wcy; as you please."
A largo bundle of lotters was produoed, each
of which was identified by Campbell.
They were then handed to Brown, who at
the first glance replied to each iu a loud
voice, "That is mine." Tho letters and pa
pers were about fifty in number. Mr. Hun
ter read tbe list of members of the Conven
tion. It was headed William Charles Mor
ris, President of tho Convention, and II.
Kagi, (Secretary of tho Convention. On
handing tho list to Brown, ho exclaimed
with a groan, "That's my signature." In
rcferoncoto another paper he said, "I havo
uothiug to say about that."
Tbe letter from J. K. Gidditigs, acknosvl
edjyng the reoeiptof a letter liom Brown,
and saying that he would ba plcuied to see
him at his house during tha summer, was
read. Mr. Hunter then read the letter from
Gorrett Smith about the Kansas work, already
published.
A number of witnesses wsro examined, but
the evidenco elicited no new facts.
The defense oalled Juaeph A. Brower, who
testified that he was one of the prisoners in
the engine-house with Col. Washington and
others. Brown remarked that the prisoners
should (bare their danger. They were allowed
to shelter themselves as well as they could.
Cross went out with a flag of truce. Another
wont out and came back wounded, Stephens
and Kitzmillcr wont out; Stephens was shot; I
supposed Stephens was dead; he lay near the
corner of the depot; heard groaning and saw
Stephens moving; asked Brown to tend a man
to relieve him; Brown refused to send one
because be would be shot.
The witness was allowed to assist Stephens to
the hotel; witness returned, according to his
plodgo, to tha englne-bouie, and wag sent
several times by Brown to request thocititens
not to shoot, as the lives ef tho prisoners were
endangered. Negotiations were going on
between Brown and the prisoners before the
general firing oommenced. Brown proposed
inst bo should retain posstusien of what he
held, inoluding tbe Armory and nogroci;
Washington and all seemed to acquiesce in this
arrangement. Cross was sent out to confer
with Beckham aud others on tho subject; a
guard went with bim, who were fired on.
After that Stepbons wanted to shoot, but
Kitzmillcr. appealed to him and they went out
togother to stop the firing. When they did
not return Brown seemed to show temper, and
there was a change in the arrangements.
After that Brown said be bad it In his power
to destroy that place in half an hour, but he
would not do it unless resisted; think a shot
from tbe water-tank struck Copper; ho then
returned the fire, and some cue said, "that
man is down." Tbo speoial object of tbe
witness in going out was to stop the firing
from tbs tank, which was annoying to thine in
the gunrd-house.
A. M. Kitzmiller sworn I mads repoated
endeavors to arrange mattors with Brown, He
said bis object was to fight the pro-slavery
men. I was fit first turnrised, then indig
nant, and finally disgusted with Brown, lie
said to me, "There is a company of riflemen
on the bridge; get tbem to go In company with
Stephens;" told them I was sorry tboy left their
guns; Stephens remarked that would not do. I
bad no flag and did not consider myself the
bearer of a flag of truce, as I was desired. As
to the riflo company on the bridzo. I saw thev
were our own men; I waved my handkorchiof
and toll feiephens and the other man to re
main. I soon heard firing very close; Stephons
fired in r'oply to a shot which struck him from
tbe bouse of tbe Winsbeiter Railroad, ,
'')
From Washington.
WASHINGTON, October 28.
Tbe United States District Court nf South
Carolina has made an order for the restitution
cf the Kttr.h Brother) to tbe olaimants thereof.
The Court said that the cargo, crew and des
tination are the oireutnstanoes chiefly relied
upon to provo an alleged violation of the laws
prohibiting the African slavo trade. It may
be that there are suQicient to exeite suepioion,
but do not produce that conviction of a guilty
purpose. Thoy do not leave any reasonable
doubt as to the object whioh must preceilo and
support a decree of condemnation and forfeit
ure. Application Is frequently made to the Presi
dent for Midshipman appointments, and seme
friends of the applicants come from a consider
able distance to urge their olaims. The Presi
dent bas, under the law, power to appoint ten
Cadets at largo, but no Midshipmen. The
latter are reoommended by uemners ot Von
gress, in the same manner at Cadets sre ap
pointed.
The last mail from England brought advices
from distinguished souroes respecting the
present unsettled condition cf affairs in
Europe, by vhieh it appears that cono oan
foresee bow t'ju difflcultics attendant on the
Italian question ciuld be settled, or what will
be tbo reenlt ot tno zuricn toniorunce.
It is evident that the various Sovereigns
are alarmed, being apprehensive of a general
war. England, it is said, has no power to
dopend upon oxcepting Uermany, ana Being
favorable to tho reform movoment in Italy,
she knows not how to act between tho two,
and she is fearful of losing the friendship of
tie one in tbe advocacy or tne cause ot tne
other.
Buasia, who since the Crimean war has
had no more continental alliances, awaits
events before coming to a decision as to what
part ehe will take, and with the view of act
ing intelligently, the Emperor has ordered
his Ministers from the principal Courts to
join him at Warsaw, iu order to givo hira
ample information on tho atate of the re
spective countries to which they are diplo
matically ussigned.
For prudential reasons more than the usual
cautions scorn to bo observed in ollicial quar
ters in concealing from tho public the pres
ent condition of tho San Juan Island ques
tion, and honco the contradictory statements
prevalent oouceruiug it.
The new steamer, built at Ponsacola, will
soon arrive at Norfolk to be fitted out with
engines, und will oouvey thiiher tha officers
end crew of the Fulton.
Reports prevail that requisitions will be
made for certain aidora and abettors of tho
Harpers Ferry conspirators, but the rumors
can not be traced to reliable, sources.
Anroa Van Camp obtained to-day In tho
Circuit Court for tho District of Columbia,
$11,000 against Jonathan Jenkins.
This was a suit for damages suffered by the
plaintiff three years ago, from the act of the
dufendant es Commercial Ageut of the United
States, at Navigator's Island, in the South
Pacific.
Giddings on the Harper's Ferry Affair.
PHILADELPHIA, October 28.
Joshua R. Giddings delivered an address
this evening lor the purpose of explaining
what be knew about Brown.
Ho says he invited Brown to Jefferson, Ohio,
where he delivered a lecture one Sunday after
church, telling of his triuls in Kansas,
Aftor tho lecture, Giddings prompted the
audience tq contribute relief to Brown.
Afterward, Brown took tea at his bouee,
whero they had a conversation, though Brown
never said that he intended to visit tbe slave
States to free the slaves. Giddings inferred
that he would if no opportunity offered, mainly
from having done so in Missouri.
These are the only times Giddings saw
Brown. He asserts that neither in his leoture
or conversation did Brown say he bad assist
on ts or associates ; so mention was made of
Harper's Ferry or Virginia organizations, or a
Provisional Government, Ho acknowledges
contributing three dollars to Brown's son to
ward the necessities of bis father after tho
rescue of a boy front kidnappers, a matter in
which Giddings acknowledged taking a strong
interost.
In bestowing this gratuity, he had little
idea that it was to lit out an expedition to
capture Harper's Ferry, effect the oonquest of
tbe Old Dominion, or strike terror to tho
Executive Imperial Government,
New York Financial Matters.
NEW YORK, October 28—P. M.
There is a renewed buoyancy in the Stock
market to-day, though tho volume of business
is not so Urge as yesterday. The improve
ment in prices, which was confined yesterday
to the speculative shares, is now quite marked
in tho other departments of the list. Coal
stocks, Railroad bonds and State stoozs also
being in good demand at higher prioos.
Michigan Central oontinues in strong demand
at a further advance of 1 per sent, closing ot
41 bid. Galena and Hock Island were about
the 6ame as yesterday; for the former 73 is
bid at the eloso. Illinois Central and Toledo
each rose J, Michigan guarsntcd la again
higher, closing nt li,,17. There is an ad
viinoo of I in Michigan Southern seconds;
io Book Island firsts.
For the fireman to-morrow there is little
doing, either in bills or bullion. There aro
few bills offering, and rates aro nominally
firm at HOllO for sterling nud
513512J4 iur franc3. Money is grow
ing easier, end on prime security is offered on
lower terms on call 55, with exoeptional
transaction at 0; on 0rst-olass paper 6M(d)7.
The strongest of the State Stocks are Vir
ginia and Tennes.ee sixes; the former is i
better.
River News.
PITTSBURG, October 28—M.
River twenty-eight inehes at Glass-house,
and stationary. Weather cloudy and cool.
LOUISVILLE, October 28.—P. M.
Elver stationery, with two feut eleven inches
in tbe canal. The steamer Fri Tron is bard
aground on Portland Bar.
PITTSBURG, October 28.—P. M.
River unchanged since noon. Weather cool
and eloudy,
Paul Morphy.
NEW YORK, October 28.
Paul Morphy leavos here on Saturday for
Philadelphia, on his way to New Orleans. Mr.
Morphy will probably stop a day or two in
each of tha following places: Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington, Richmond, Charleston
and Mobile, It is altogether uncertain
wbother he will, as bas been reported, return
to New York to reside, or will outer upon the
praoLice of the law in his native oity.
Virginia Election.
PETERSBURG, VA., October 28.
All parties conoede the election of Roger A.
Pryor in this Congressional Distriot by from
one thousand two hundred to one thousand
five hundred majority. A great Jubilation oc
curred here last night, and Mr. Prjor ad
dressed the orowd from the Merchants' Kx-cbange.
Shock of an Earthquake.
BOSTON, October 28.
A shock of an earthquake was felt at three
o'clcok on Wednesday, at Maohias, Calais and
Eastport, in Maino, and at St. Genges, St.
Andrews and St. Johns, N. B,
The New York Oitertwr. alludina-
to
lomo passages in a reoent sermor of Rev. H.
W. Beecber, and to portions of Mrs. Stowe's
"Hinuter'i Wooing," &y :
It is no cause of wonder to a that these two
gifted and distinguished persons have at laat
taken their position deliberately and decisively
with the opponents of Evangelical Christianity.
Their influenco for many years has been on the
side of error and against truth. It Is better
for the ohuroh that they should define their
position al they have now distinctly done, and
hereafter we shall know where to find tbem,
ana wnat to expeot wnea tbey address
publle.
the
MARRIED.
PAKIS-WIUGH'r.-Oii Ttiiir!r morning, JTth
inst , by the llfv. Mr. StiHierlHnd, E'riward L. i'arU
to Miss Fmian Wright, both of this city.
WKKlI!T-MKDAi;iS-On ttiB S'th inst.. by the
Rev. Mr. ft.iri, lieu, h Wrigbt to Ella J. MeJurli,
all of tliia cny.
CAN BY-BBIICKENEIDOE. In the Priwbrtn.
rlau lmrcli. Ausiuta, III., on TtHS'luy evening,
Oct. 2 at 7 o'clock, by 111 Kev. E L. Hunt, Chnrles
O. H 'tiinhjr, E.t of Kiwt Bend, Bonne Oounty, Ky.,
tn Sue. tlnughtrr of tbe lato 0. 11. P. Brcckvnridge
PATCH-WARD. At tho me time and ptnee, by
the nam' , Jotm Patch, Ksq., to Cordelia, daughter of
Knqiiiri-r and Christian HornM copy and
cnarge j-resn.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Fills.
Purely Vegetable aud Pleasant to Use.
SWT Admitted to be the Bast Family Pill In un.
Prepared out) ty
OEO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
ulv-cDi Corner of Fifth and Hain-stroota.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
HEV. J. J, WHITE. PASTOR
of tho Mnthcdiet Protrglnnt Church, cn
Bixih-slruet, liotwrun Vino mid hare, south aide,
w ill prench on 8 A II 4 I H MOil N 1 1 G, a 1 1 o'clock
"On ill" Moral and Spiritual Claims of (.'inciniiali-''
The nuhllcarecord'ttliy invited lo attend. ocZila
THAT I)K. KO HACK'S SCAN.
DINAVIAN Wood Pills aud Blood Purl.
er ure ft DOsitivo cure for Dvtmemla la Ttrovar) hv
numerous Uetimoniula In the Doctors H..emioti,
which can be ttxnuiliierl at his olbce, No. blunt
Fourth-wiro.-t, liy any cue at oy time. ocl-Km
'HAPPED HANDS. KACK,
d pa i.iMii'ST.i.vnr. kin it T.ivrinN
entirely free from all nnplMtniiut odor, aud a it pn.
l' Sim rr-unrknble healing jrn iiartios, it is the almost
univorsal fuvurlte wiib lliuw parous who are
troubled with chapped handj.
A1AM)X NK. We challenge a comparison of
our article; with any brought to this uiaikot. We
ulivan h ire a frtnii article uu Laud.
.COM) CKRAM OPIMHBS MP-9U.VE,
ivc Cuintantly preparing tliee articles and can
furnish a fieell supply at any I Iniu.
HOhON PALMER, Auont,
nlnnufiiotiirr and Importer of Perfumery, rio. 86
West i'mrth-8ir-tt. ocie
MNIi TOILET SOAP. DO
yourliamls end fact ..ommnnce chnnntnc na
iii.urnpiro lies? More lliaa likolv it Is cmuod hy
thw soap you mi). Th"n tiy om other kind. You
uiiiy p:)-iny null an article Hint w ill keep your sain
smooth during tho coldeat W'atliHr Wo select our
muck with especial referiincs to this gnulity, aud it
Is now larger mil ra..lo cmnpti te than umml.
StM.ON PALMER, Asont,
Minmrcturer nd Importer of IVriimery,
ocW No. 8o Wist Foul Ill-MlfHt,
OPKICE OP THE PASSEN-
OKrtRATl.ROan
N A'l'1,8. W. cornirof Third W
hub KdCf'Biit'uts, uctobtr.
ia, !'.- tin road U now i.poii. Curs will etort,
1"t?'v" t ten minutes, from 5:31) . St. un
til mlilnliiht, running eastward en TI)lru.troit
Iroin w ooi to Lawronce.strwt, end wotward on
tonrth-streot to Smith, and on Flfth-elr-et to
Wood, t itans will please bear in mluil that the
cant will invariably crom iiiterdeciiug streets before
tuppiuv for puaseimein.
ciMf James J. nnnniNs.
KKNNEinm meih:ai. in.:
( OVRilV li nk..l..,i k. .1. .
iut'iit pliyeicfniis, and hy the moat careful dr.,,.'!!,
hroiiKliuiit the United States-, to lthe wAeifectuil
......... u,,,,,., a vi uiiiiwu, nun to uave rolhiveil mora
sunorhix, and effected more p.;rmBt cur. tUn
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula
Salt llhoiim, Erysipelas, Scald-head, scali erumiou.
of wlintMioTor nature, r cured by i few houlei a,?d
the eyetera rostored to full etroniitU and vfj-.r Full
anrteap Ic t direc lousier theenriof ulc& fori
NEW ADVERTISEMNTSt
Cloaks,
Shawls,
Millinery,
Dress Trimmings,
Embroideries,
Fancy Goods Generally,
AT AS LOtV PRICES AS THEY CAN 11 K
BOUGIIT IN ANT IlOl'SE, EAST
OH WKST.
MISSES BAIRD,
118 West Fourtrj-street,
ooXaw
BETWEEN V1HE AND ItACE.
Commencing May 22, 1859.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD.
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
THBOCGII WITHOUT CHANGE OK CABS.
Tih-n DiiHtr TrnliiM fr.i Vln,innn. ral... at
.v. . ......... U.UU HUM Ob.
Louis, nt .:; A. M., and 8:30 P. M.
jureeuany iraiim t ir jjouisvil o, at SfcOO A.M.,
2:0(1 P. M., nrirl :3 P. M. '
uno Train iur livansville at 8:30 P. M.
Tho Trains connect at St. Louis fur all points In
Kansas unil tichnikit. IlanniUl, Qnincy nnd Keo-
knlr i.l tit 7... ti In uti.l r..llr. kt i. :.. tr j.. i. i
Antchcituttd i'iv Orleans.
One 1 hrdiifth Train on Sunday at P:30 P. M.
llRTITRVINil li'ii.t T..t.a l...n...,. L1.. U T 1-
iiti(liiyij..xcepterll lit e:S0 A. M arriving at Cincin-
. M urriving at Cincinnati at 0:48 A.M.
FO!l TURODOn TICKETS
Tnnll pnln s West and South, plensa apply at the
otr.cea, Wiiluut-ai teot nmisc. lieiwoen Sixth aud
Bnventh-btreetH, N. 1 Unmet House, cornor ofllce,
north-wi-stcornor t.f front anil Hrnn.lwny, Spencer
llntll.1) llPA.imrl utiha 11...., ...vn... V...-. . ..... I ,,n
striwu. W.H. CI.EMENl'.Geu'l.suporiutMident. "
wuiuiutinus tun iur pinMinKCrrl. 0('Z9
p-ICIIARDS'3 KEYIiJSSS LOCK MA
SXTKA WBITB WHEAT FLOU'k
-i har Junt nwlTpd a Intof tho Try ber irimiF
8omt timi.and it J,a m.on entire Hatinfn
Oorr Ninth and SSUi.
J-LD MOCHA AND JAVA, cof?KEI
ri y ii ii
no article of Mooba a (,.
b. can, ky Krlaliy J,viA
up in SJti lb
put
ranio puis,
war-
ocit)
7 i''i a'Ht viin'.nrrtpts.
LD VINJIH 1 AND jhTnDIES'.-I have
. .. r...:.,,i i. ;K ornna "Old Liqnon,"
r'v rsl hJ.r sl ''" sp'!?i.
2!".'; Si?.'!?!? fJf Win. ni torn Try
OC29
I tor',,ror Mlntn nl Viue-sirwU.
ITImeecopy.J
OXICE AU r.orsons are hereby osu-
dated June 36JiA0, In favor of flo. KhitT. fnr U60.1 3l!
will
tiin9,
- v kk i, m wriKinHi ih iniinuin nue
"1 tin; i -.ii inoB. K. vrt'L-JSKNlSUKT.
Boots end 8hoes Jnst Eeceived,
U. H. DF.TEHH,
Mo. 51 Went Fourtb-Ktreet,
TIT AS .Tils'! TtRrMTVlcn A apruwnrn
,?rQB""nir,iI?StJ'f. ,hB r"'l0w'"'l Philadelphia
v.u ,u .hi. diitaii, wr uieu . weur. van ami eo
tbem. ooM
XXJnFl32
f ADIR3 CAN MAKE THEIR 8ELKC
JLA TlONBfibra a very choice stock,
Dlanafsiotnred Som New and Well tseueoned
Hkliis,
Kxcrerslr for our retail urada. rnmri.in. .11
tha styles and grtfae of Pur wobn, at reasonable
prices. j
.3. C. TOWERS & CO. 1
HATTERS AND FCHH-IRR-.
mmmmmmmmmmmuiimwnwrnMm mmm,nm
eeK " neSo?fowfoour,fi
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Ladies' Purs!
OUR NEW STOCK OP FURS
(now ready for exhibition. Tbe assort
ment is large. They are well-made, HtinBLs goods,
and will be told at Low Fmcii.
WM.DODD&CO,
1IATTBRS AND ITJRRIBRS,
No. 1-14 Malu-street, Below Fonrtb.
oo23-UWnm
DELAND,
CUYLElt,
EE-" ' tH
WEST FOURTH-STREET
B90KNT ABBIVAT.I OT
! W! Hi
whioh wb orriB AT
GBEAT BARGAINS,
Tbiit Ooodi were imrchnsd uncommonly low, nnd
tat nffof ... . J t U.U..MM
ar iuTjtitl to eall and xuuilu tlim.
LADIES' CLOAKS
AND
S HAWL S.
A larm and varied stock of Velvet. Bearer and
Cloth CLOA KS ; Broche, Stella, Plaid Wool und He
yereabl HHAWL8, tottetherwtth all the latest dot
elties lu lfeney Cloaks aud Shawl.
Wool 0ms SI litis.
To Dptalne and Cmnmore Bobes ;
llnl ilnt.s, JIurlnoM, Plaid (Jods;
Paris Velvets, Ac.
PRINTED FLAMELS,
rIt SESTii' DREiSING-GO WK8.
A lot of ROBES DE CHAMIIIlBf Just re.
eclred.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLEK,
74 West Fourth-street.
opposite prKE's orrcr.A.jnousE.
or;i-.M T SI
33 JFi. HI S S
TRIMMINGS!
IN ALL THE LATHlT NOTBLTIM,
AND AT
MODERATE PRICES,
AT
S, WILSON'S,
No. 78 West Fourth-street,
OPPOBITE PIKE'S OPKBA-HOTJIE.
oc?4-M,W,m
BARTLETT'S
Patent Improved " Novelty "
FAMILY
SEWING MACHINES!
Prices of
S1A.X I IflACniNES,
$6, 07, SO.
TREADLE MACHINES,
IO, SIO, 820.
rjlHE "NOVELTT" HAS NOW BE
JL OOrtI E one of tho pcrmanen t and Tnlnahtn Mn
eliinps of the day. The reotnt FHEMIUAM mil
D1PI.OMAH awarded to ns at several of the la'r
KAlKSheldiu
INDIANA) ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN,
And the lame demand in 01110, Is a sure evident'
nf the appreciation of the merlin of the " Norelty.'
The inori'ssinit demand has induced us toeulars
our manufacturing; department, which will now ene
bio us to fill all orders promptly.
Hrilea-roiim and (Jonnrnl Dupot, 46 Sixth-street,
3- AOENTtj WANTED.
iK'ffiav. K. K. IIUGHINS, General Airent.
AJ
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
SHAWLS!
p i! i
MILLINERY
AKB
I ENGLISH ORACKNELLS. JUST RE--4
CEIVSD, 1 bbU. freah Knzltah Crack ealli.
For aala by A. McJ)ON ALD ft (JO.,
(MM Xoi.MandltvWeits'ourth-sti'Nt.
I
I
1
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
REMITTANCES
TO ENGLAND,
SCOTLAND
W Inane l2ht Bills OU
SPOONER, ATTWOOD A CO., London;
ROYAL BANK OF IRELAND;
NATIONAL BANK OF SCOTLAND,
In sums of 1 and upwards,
m Exchange on France and Germany.
JAMES F. MELINE & CO.,
ocMtdocl No. IT West Thlrd-atret.
KEEPING BOOKS
BY DOUBLE ENTRY
Will save half the usual amount of labor, and Is as
eurateand readily comprehended
All Interested iu the Bclonce ef Aooounts areta
Tlted to eall and examine this new method aud J ado
(or themselres.
EVENING SESSION.
The Evening Session trill commence
ON NEXT MONDAY EVENING,
WT Day Classes meet as usual.
R. S. BACON, Principal.
J. n. DOTV, Klr.t Aaaletaut. ocU
Sewing Machines!
REMOVED TO
PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE,
No. 77 FOURTH-STREET,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
oo7fj
CLOAKS!
Cloaks! Cloaks!
UNEQUALKD IN STILE,
UNEQUALED IK QTJALITT,
DNEQUALED IK CHKAPNDrjS.
DEW DROP,
AT
IO Dollars,
12 Dollar,
15 Dollar,
18 Dollar,
30 Dollars,
38 Dollar,
35 Dollar,
30 Dollar,
23 Dollars!
-TH3-
LA VENICE,
At AU tlie Above Frloes.
MILAN WRAPPER,
At All the Above Prioee.
BBR1VON,
At All that Above l'llco,
A flsttes .
I Pioneer Cloak Bawsaa-
or-
OEOltCE LEWIS.
DIRECTLT
Opposite the Postotalce.
oo21-sm2p
ATTENTION, BUILDERS!
T1S. W. FARM & CO.
STAVE ESTABLISHED THE PACT
JDL that they aro selling lumber at their yard on
rreemen-atreet, next to Oinolnuati, Hamilton ana
Dayton Bailrond,
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Devlers In the city.
"Quick Sales and Small Profits"
18 TOSIB MOTTO.
They submit the following list of prlcos:
Cash. 4 Bio's.
Clear Inmher.all thloknessn, In, nieas M fit) $40 S"
Best Oommon, IH and 2 inch Planlc J8 no 30 f
Beit " I inch Boards ,.. 23 7) m,
Second " all thlckDeaiee.. 18 so 17 la
I,,'td .No"1' 11 60 lis.
Grub Plank, face measure 22 80 K 0
llomlock Joist, Scantling and Timber,,,. II AO II W
E?"" . " " 12 ! "
Firat Common Flooring Bunrds...... ano 37 so
SMond " " " ............. 2S 7H 00
I,ri1 . j w 0,1
first Common Wenthor Board... 16 no 17 60
Second " 12 no is On
Cedar Poats, 4 by i, 8 feet, per hundred.-. Ml n 00
Cedar ' for fencing, " " ... M 00 33 SO
locust " ' at m 32 no
A further rednctlon of 2H per cent, will be made on
bills of $vxior more.
Wo have one of thelargeatand best selected atooka
of Lumlipr In the Cincinnati market, which w offer
for sale nt tho above price.
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.
"p23tf
. a wrn.y, . lli.HU JVJJAI JJ1. ,
WHEELER & mm
1 on i nntrr tun vwt htiwt t t 1
J.y.tjL Just received, two loxm extra cennine Italian
Mucearonl end Vermicelli. Tor sain by
a. McDonald 00,,
eS4 5os. K and M , eat fourtb-atraet. 1

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