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1'EBPBESS.
A t 1T W. MANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL
1DITOM 1KD mFRItT(iBH.
WHO I, 14 VBiT rOCUTH-STBKT.
MONDAY OCTOBER 31
Junius H. Brown.
Wo have secured the servioes of Junius H.
Ebotn aa news and commercial editor of this
paper. He is a highly aooomplished newspaper
man, of extensive acquaintance and experi
ence in this olty, and we know that our read en
will reailia advantages from his oonneotion
with the Pikvt Pbkss family.
The Trial of Brown and Associates.
Farther Interesting proceedings had on the
trial of the Virginia Insurrectionist, up to
Saturday evening, will be found on the first
.
The State Board of Equalization.
It is supposed that Dr. VfTTistt, on onter
ing to-morrow on the duties of Postmaster,
will resign the office of member of the State
Board of Equalisation, in which case it will
beaaroe the duty of Governor Cbasr to All
the vacancy.
"Wise" Clemency.
In fow days the sentence of death will be
pronounced against Oseawatomie Brown. If
tbe Governor of Virginia wants to iunprovo a
grand opportunity to do a generous thing to
one whom he oalli a "game" man, let him
send a pardon. That would be a wise
clemency.
The San Juan Difficulty.
The telegraph from Washington says that
gentlemen, who have arrived from the Paoiflo
coast, say that the visit of Lieutenant-General
Scott to San Juan will surprise the people
there, as only in the Atlantio States has the
island been magnified to the importance of a
rontinent. It is thought the San Juan trouble
wili tuon be settled, and without any difficulty.
Heroes of the Day.
Ossawolomie Browit, Old Man Bailey, of
Newport, and the young Eentuckian who was
oovered with a eoat of yellow paint. The
suit was presented by the daughter of Bauey,
when tbe last-named adventurous hero was at
tacking the Frtt South printing office. Who
is he?
Heroes of the Day. On the Street-Advertise in the Penny
Press.
We advise our business men and advertisers
generally to come down. "Our Andt" of the
Pjsnnt Fbibs has ristn from the desk, and
committed the exchanges to Junius, and will
present himself to merchants and manufactur
ers for their business patronage to this penny
daily. 0 ur circulation justifies the most liberal
patronage, and we are oonfldent in getting it.
The Horticultural Society Monument
Project.
14 in proposed to have grounds speoially des
ignated at Spring Grove for Monumental Memo
rials of deceased members of the Cincinnati
Horticultural Society. Storied urns nor ani
mated busts oan honor these noble mon and
women more than the lovely flowers, shrubs
nd trees which they raise up to bless and
honor them. Let sculptors do their best to
ijonor the lamonted Sates,
Luther and Protest—Yesterday an
Anniversary.
analysis movements in Ger
many presents them strongly in the antagonist
relations of Infidelity and faith of lndiKdual
Isin and the Church. The German ProtesUats
of our City, yesterday, in the spirit of the'r
faith, were enthusiastic in oercmonial ram em
brance of the Reformer who loaned them
word "Protest."
It was on the eve of "All Saints Day,'
the Slot of Ootober, in tbe year 1517,
Ma&tim Lethib affixed to the door
Church in Wittenburg, ninety-fire proposi
embodying bis jtrotctt. The contrort f
with the mother Church, thus commenoed, was
without settled purpose or inclination upon the
part of Luthss to interfere with or ohanje
the established rites'of the Church. But the
intemperate seal and violence of Tbtzkl, and
the persecuting spirit of a number of emissaries
of Rome, built up an organised opposition,
Thxm. and the Dominioans committed the
writings of Luthbe to the flames, and publicly
declared that "the heretic ought to be burned
alive." The friends of Ldtbkr burned the
answer to the Reformer's thesis, and from a
' question as to indulgences, a fierce assault
was made involving the authority of the Pops
and the safety of the Churoh. The unwise
extremism, then, of John Tstml, Bachelor of
Divinity, Prior of the Dominioans, Apostolical
Commissioner, and Inquisitor of the Catholic
Church, who made merchandise of indulgences,
no doubt, preoipitated the Reformation of the
sixteenth oontury. Having been forbidden by
tbe Princes of Saxony to enter their dominions,
he opened, as history relates, bis market on the
confines of the territory of the Archbishop of
Magdeberg, within four miles of Wittenberg,
In the year 1517. Lvthib, the subsequent
Beformer, then oeoupied the oonfessional chair,
as a Catholic priest, and, as a father confessor,
granted absolution to penitents.
The conduct of Tstzkl, no doubt an Ossa
wattomic Browk in his profession, excited a
g&neral indignation, and Iutbib, with earn
estness, declared that there could be no reli
ance for forgiveness on the indulgences which
the patrons of Trtzel had purchased, without
repentanco and amendment of life. The
history of the times further instructs us that
JjCTHeb solemnly warned his hearers of the
danger of the delusion and rejected the letters
of indulgence, and that Titzkl, when informed
hereof, was thrown into a paroxysm of rage ;
pronounced against Lttbbb tho most threat
ening denunciations; and kindling a fire in
tho great square of Interboch, publicly de
clared his authority from the Pope to commit
all heretics to the flames. On the following
day Luthib preached tbe necessity of repent
ance ; the inability of the sinner to satisfy
God's justice; and pardon, as proceeding
from unmerited and free grace of God through
Christ alone. "If some cry fiat I am a
"heretic," he concluded " for the truth which
I speak is prejudicial to their coffers I pay
iltie regard to their clamors. They are men
of gloomy and sickly minds, who have never
full the truths of the Bible, never read the
OhriHtrUn doctrine, never understood their
own teachers,and are perishingin the tattered
rags of their rain opinions. God grant to
' them and to us a right understanding I"
Tkt7 sl replied, and Lcthxb rejoined, and thus
: curaDienoed the Reformation in Germany.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Sunday Evening's Dispatches.
Additional Foreign News by the Nova
Scotian.
FARTHER POINT, October 30.
Tbe India and China mails from Calcutta,
September 0, Hong Kong, August, 21, hud
reached England. The news is mainly antici
pated by telegraph, but the letters give addi
tional details.
Mr. Ward, the A merloan Minister, was ooutr
eously received at Pekin. The news of his
arrival at Pekin was brought to Shanghai by a
Russian gun-boat, but no letters were received
from them. It was reported that he would be
at Shanghai about the end of August, and
that he expected to be able to send borne the
ratified treaty by the following mail.
The Timet't correspondent regards the recep
tion of Mr. Ward as a most politic stroke of
the Pekin Cabinet, but It does not at all re
lieve the treachery to tbe British Minister.
The friend of China says that as the Amerioan
treaty gives the United States liberty to tender
their good offioes in nny difficulty with the
western powers," Mr. "Ward will soon have an
opportunity of testing the virtues of this
olause. .
General Mouraviaff, Governor of the Russian
territories on the river Amoor, had arrived at
the Peiho, and special messengers were sent to
Pekin to acquaint the Russian Minister.
The Russians apparently had a perfect un
derstanding with the Chinese. Order was re
established at Shanghai. Three officers who
lost their vessels at the Peiho had beon tried
by oourt-martial and acquitted. The negotia
tions of the French in Cochin China had made
so much progress that the French admiral had
sent a reinforcement of troops and gun-boats to
Canton. , . .
Advicos from Japan state that the British
Consul had made no progress in respect to tho
ourrenoy question; trade consequently was in
abeyance.
The American sloop-of-war Germantown was
at Japan. Tho steamer Miuitiippi was nt
Shanghai, and tho PvxohaUan and Toeyman at
the Gulf of Pecheli.
The authorities at Pekin are represented ns
ready to receive the British Minister ou
friendly terms, meanwhile the Anumu
ernmont had been applied to for fifteen thou
sand troops for China, and two regimen.'' woie
under orders to depart.
Tbe London Timta states that the terms oi
the Zurich treaty are almost identical with
those agreed to at Villa Franca, and that
peace is one of the questions which disquieted
Italy, aud Europe seems settled.
The MornxnfJ'mt says that, assuming its in
formation to bo correct, tbe further proposal
oonoerniDg the questions loft open, which it is
intended to submit to tbe approval to tho Con
gress, are of such a naturo, that the diplo
matists of Zurich have only heaped up ma
terials of fresh difficulties. Knirland can and
will take no part in any Congress of which
tbe first principle be not the recognition of the
rights of the Romngneze and Tuscans. No
less tban the Modeneze and Parmesan States
to self-government, the first cannon that fired
to force on the people of Romagna, Modena
and Tuscany, any other rulers tban the Italian
Prince, in whom they so friendly put their
trust, will be the signal of a oonliiot as deadly
as the one just brought to a olose.
A letter from Florence details the grounds
on which the Exequatur of the American Con
sul, at Leghorn, Mr. Joseph Binda, was with
drawn. It is asserted that he busied himself
greatly for the restoration of the dethroned
Princes, of whom he was a warm partisan.
Binda is charged with having recommended
oertain Republicans to proclaim a Republic,
while at the tame time he was exerting himself
for the Princes; the inference is that ho sought
to raise a pretext for armed intervention.
More About the Harper's Ferry Difficulty.
CARLISLE, October 29.
The prisoner in the jail at Carlisle, for whom
a requisition was made by the Governor of
Virginia, as Albert Hazlett, had a hearing
before the Judge to-day, upon a writ of habmt
corpus. Messrs. Miller, Sharp and Shearer
appeared for the prisoner, and claimed his dia
obarge on the ground that his name was not
Albert Hazlett, but William Harrison. Several
witnesses, resident at Harper's Ferry, testified
positively that the prisoner at the bar was one
of the persons who invaded Harper's Ferry;
that they had coversed with him thore, and
that thoy recognized him now. One of the
witness, Mr. Copeland, said that he had seen
the flash of his (the prisoner's) rifle when in
the act of shooting at a citizen. None of the
witnesses knew tho name of the man, nor bad
they ever seen him beforo his appearanco in
the streets of Harper's Ferry.
1 F. Watts, Esq., appeared as counsel for Vir
ginia, and asked his Honor to recommit the
prisoner to await the requUition of tho Gov
ernor of Virginia by the name he had assumed.
The Court took this ground and said:
"We are already ot the opinion that the re
quisition presented to us is legally and for
mally right, but there is no evidence that wo
have any man in our custody named Albert
Hazlett, whom we oan deliver on the rcqusi
tion, but we are satisfied a monstrous crimo
has been committed; that the prisoner was
there and partioipated in it, is clearly testified
to by three witnesses, and we will, therefore,
recommit him to await the requisition of the
Governor of Virginia."
From Washington.
WASHINGTON, October 30.
Intelligent gentlemen, who have just ar
rived here from tho Paciiio coast, say that
people there will be surprised at the visit of
Lieut. Gen. Scott to San Juan. Iu tho
Atlantic States, that Island ban been magni
fied to the importance of a continent, while it
1.-1 i. T- ...in.. . .. .
ueiouge w uie umuni orates ana win oo re
tained. They odd that it is not worth quar
reling about. Its value has been surprisingly
overestimated. It is certain tho tone of Brit
ish Ministry on this subject is not agreeable
to our Government, but an explicit declara
tion that Gen. Harney was not instructed to
occupy the Island, and a calm and dignified
explanation of all the attendant circumstances
will, it is thought, produce a better state
of feelings on the part of our transatlantic
neighbors.
Magruder left Washington this afternoon
for Charlestewn to join his law partner, Chil
ton. These gentlemen have been retained by
certain parties in Boston as associate counsel
for Brown. Trmv nrA Tnnth Vimininn. k..
birth, and pro-slavery men if not slave-holders,
but their reputation here is such as to
leave no doubt they will faithfully and
ably perform their duty. It is said an un
successful effort was previously made to en
gage Montgomery Blair.
Dkfarturi or ihk Remains or thk lath
Hon. John Y. Mason. The remains of the
Hen. John T. Mason, late United States Min
ister to France, woro removed yesterday after
noon to the steamer Yorktoun, by which they
will be conveyed to Richmond, where the
frionds and relatives of the deceased will re
oeive them. The intention was to have had
the body escorted to tho ship by some of tbe
military companies of this eity, but the short
period intervening between their arrival and
the departure of the Yorktoun did not give
time to perfect tbe arrangements for that or
any other demonstration of respect. .V. 7".
Timet, Friday.
MOBPHT AT TBI NlW YoBI ChRSS Cl.UB.
Paul Morphy appeared at the New York
Chess-room, in the University, last Thursday
evening, for the last time prior to his departure
for the Crescent City. The members of the
olub and their friends gathered in great num
bers to see him. It was at first proposed that
be should play a consultation game against
five of the best players of the club; but it was
afterwards eoncluded not to do so, and Mr.
Morphy spent the evening quietly in conversa
tion with his friends.
The Paris correspondence of (he Indeptnd
tntt Btlgt states that while the Crimean war
cost France 1,700,000,001) francs, tbe Italian
war bai cost no more than 300,000,000 francs.
Incendiarism at Marietta.
m, ., i a ii,. Dn.ti.ffica blook
blook, on
sfully re-
. . .. . . r i- - aunnnasfullv
last eaturaay 'B. Tuesdav
neweu at aooui me uiu - -
morning. At about five o'olock tbe xm
given, ind flames were" discovered ascending
fetween the .postolDce and the large , r a nt
buiIUlng aojoimug, j - - .
People immediately hasleued to the spo t from
all quaters. As there was no hope of s
the two buildings, every effort was "
A-. n .AAASlSlhlA I fin Ilk JBt
rcaoue wnal property w .- - r .
office was speedily, safely and careful y eleaijea
of its contents wiiaom iuo iu v. - -- ,
paper. The cigar-store of Mr. Eluber, ant
the bakery of Mr. Grabe.were $0'
and most of their contents saved. The print
log office of the Marietta Cemokrat, over the
postoflioe, was totally destroyed, as were also
the household effects of Mrs. Siebert, who
occupied the second-story of her building as a
residence.
The lire is universally believed to have been
.i i. r :n.n.i;a.i. unit tinhlie ooinlon as
universally points to the woman Siebert s nus
band as the guilty ono. He was seen here on
Saturday. No attempt was made to pursue
and arrest him. Marietta Homt Noxci, Oclo
ber 29.
. v.... Mn w Th TWrnit dnnrtiser al
ii ftLI 111 1 1. u - - .
ludes to ao opinion prevalent that the traok at
Kalamazoo, over wnmu xivm ""7-
i n ins .l.ni4 nf . milA. and navs: For the
bonefit 'of such as these, we would stote that the
track is one or tne nosi oeaaeu m uj
. : nn AvnAllAtit flnndition. and is
couuiry, 111 wv..- '
a fraction over a mile, four feet, from the psie
or innor eugo.
ffS-One of the boys of the English ship-of-war,
lapwing , cut his throat a few weeks
ninco, to avoid a sentence of four dozen oven-
the back with a cane wnippea wicn waxeu uu.
nk. Un'i kcmlrwua lilnrtlfimd blue from hia
former lashingB. There was another boy to
be flogged a seoona lime, out me uuoiur nw
he ooula not stana.
Death or a Hotel Pboprietor. Loonard
ailo,r fnr a Inn iT timn a Teuident of St.
Louis, and one of the proprietors of the
Planter's House, diod at Barnum's Hotel, in
o..n:, loot l.Vi.ldv. Fnr minv months
ilil II lll"l VJ( . ...J- . . J
11- option's honlth tinii hAnn vai v bad. and
an . wu'.uty -
his visit to Baltimore was for the purpose ot
its restoration.
Fatai ItAaaoAo Accinwr. Last Friday
..nv.;n. n fntnl npnirlAnt nnrnrrArl on the
UVVUlj w ....... -
Pennsylvania Central Railroad, near the
'irot in Pittsburg, resulting in the death of
i a a. l .1 j n. nr:i
., . nung niftu supposed 10 do fliujiaimur L1-
jn driver in tho employ of Mr. John
son. 1 . . -
AikiD, butcher.
Frbij Do.'a!'AS3 Flkd. Frederick Douglas
fail-dement .'s engagement to lecture in
Syracuse on the 21st mat, on "Se f-rnade
Wen." The Syra;18?, Cour th,inj"
closures at Harper's ?1 je induced him
to take the underground road to Canada.
MARRIED.
2fitli inst , Frank Owen,of Maysvtlle, hy..
1'., daughter ot T. L. Browning, Ksa., of W.osning-
ton, Ky. n
WHITE-MEUU1CK-Tn Bichmond, Ind.,
ber fa, 159, Rev. J. O. White, of the Nort Ii Ind 'ana
Conference, to Miss Anna Merrick, of Richmond..
De BECK-StlYEZ-ln Marietta, Ohio, 011 t
27th Inet , by tho Bev. Dr. Ilo.vil, Ur. W. L. De Beci
of Cincinnati, to Mis Belle C. 8oye, of the formei
,l'ttC''
DIED.
O'KAKE-In Cftmi)l)ill County, Ky.. cm Saturday
morniog, October 39, 11 lis Marguret 0'K.ne, in the
53d year of her nge.
BBOPHV At Pershing, Ponn., Octobor l. of con
smuptiou, Mies Annie Brophy, In the 33d yea of her
age.
BDKNS-Ou Saturday, October 29, departed this
life, Mary AnkenB, wile of P.M. Burns, in the B4tn
year of ber Ago.
KTEWA11T On Saturday ereaing, October 29. at
11,'i o'clock, at tin. M) Eat Court-street, of scarlet
fryrs Virgiui Belle Stewart, aged 8 er and 1L
months. .
SORP-8uddpnly, et Falmouth, Kentuckr, on
TlmSXcTening, 'fcrtember 27, at 7 o'clock, Casper
bhorp, in tbe Wtli year of linage.
MPMAN On Kriday, the 29lli init., Moics M. Lip
mnn, in the 36th year of bit age.
Dixon's Sugar-coated Pills.
Purely Vegetable aud Pleasant to Use.
-Admitted to bo the Best Family Pill In use.
Prepared only by
GEO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
ao20-cm Corner of Fifth and Main-streets.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
LECTURE AT JIARTIiETT'S
.ir.u.vunni. nr.i.ER in conse-
gVS,i or the lllncs of Mr. Bartlett, iho toon -
m.uocod to tnkc place tbi oveiiing, a..6'10.
corner of Third und Waluut, i uecesurily ok'P','?.a
until Monday uvenlug next, t tiitf -pant Heveftotloca.
Loc31
MEDICAL L,i:CTURES-CIN-nvuni
nnr.r.ufjit nif MEDICINE
will commence iu this inistitutlon on TCKSDA?
MOItvlNU, at 9 o'clorh. rrnfemor T. A. lteamy
will deliver the Qeneral Introductory same iliiy, Wo
veinticr 1. lit 7 o'clock P.M. LaiilcH am gentleman
are iuvitoj to ntlend. Introductory will Ire ilelirered
in the Amiihitbeater of the l.'ollcee, south-went corner
of Wcntem-row and Lonuwortli-ntreet.
A. JI. DAKEU, M. D., President,
October 31, 1M. ec3lb .
f-f5grTHAT DR. ROBACK'S SCAN-
WS? DIN AVIAN Dlool Pills and Blood Purl
tier uro a posit ivo cure for 'yurepnia la proved, by
numerous testimonial!) in the Doctors poneHio.n,
which can be examined at hia office, ho. f East
Fourth-Strom, by nuy one at any time. ocl-ara
CHAPPED HANDS, FACE,
At.. PALM KR'S'flLYCERINE LOTION is
entirely frco from all unpleasant odor, and an it po
f , rpmn rkalild heal Iti2 DiooertieH, It is the almost
! tmiversiil favorite with tlioee pursons ho aro
1 troubled with cuupped nanda.
! AMANUINE.-Wo clmlletigo a comparison of
i our article witn any oroiiKUi in inn inarnct. no
nlw:U H have u irean article on nana.
1!I.1 fUKAM OF ROSBS, 1,1 P-SAi.VE,
&0. ConHltttitly prcpuring Unite aiticles und can
furuifih a fresh supply at nny linif.
,uml 8OL0N PALMER, Agent,
jfanufiictiirer and Importer of Perfumery, Ko. 3S
West Fourthjstrcet. oc'9
Z-L. ""fixe toilet soap.-do
jLEQET your ltanila und f.ce commence chapping aa
wiumr approaches! More thaa likely it Ih caused by
tho soap you use. Then try oouio other kind, lou
may possibly And an article that will kep? your skin
smooth during the coldest weather. We select our
stock wltii ctpecial reference to this quality, and ft
la uuw larger aal more complete tban usual.
BO 1.0 N PAhMKR, Agont,
Manufacturer aud Importer of Perfumery,
ocJO No. 3d West Fourth-street.
OFFICE OP THIJ FASSEN-
OKI! KAILIIOAD
NATt.H. W.i-orn.rnf Thlrll ft
and itace-stiecta. Octuber-
15, 1W. This road is now open, tlare will start,
at IntervnlM of ten minntos, from 8:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-etreet
rrom Wood to Laivvence.strit, and westward on
Jourth-street to fmith, aud ou Fifth-street to
Wood. Citizens will plwe bear in mind that the
ears will invariably cross intersecting streets before
stopping for pawuurn.
eclft-lf J A EJ. BOniUWS, Preeldent.
jg5jaSKli.iAJfc:ul'5 MEDICAL dis
BpQy W) VEKY is scknowlcdgcd by the most em
nent phrslci.'im, and ly tbe most careful drnigtats
throughout the L'niliid states, to boUioniosl elfoctunl
blood-puritiereviir known, atid to lmvarelii'vod more
suffering, nnil etlccted morn permanent cures, than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
fait itliuinii, rysipnlualb(l'l.head HCnly eruptions
t'f whuUofvor nature, aro cured hy a few bottles, and
the system restornd tofull strnngth and viKor. Knll
and eTpliclt directions for thociiroof ulcerated sore
legs,Hiidotliercorruptandrnoniugulcnrs,is given In
tbe pnmphli-t witluwh Irattln. For sale by JOHN V.
?,A1,'.,?J',,iKtErK8'mN .,and CEOBGK
M.DIXON. Price at. seplH-ay
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
SPECTACIiES,
rtMIF. BEST ARTICLE FOK ME 1M
PIlOVKMKNTof the WKht in this market
accurately fitted to the condition of tbe eyes, and
warranted to suit.
vrtj,.v,(rH nun
Zasieru prices
1oiu-nes ana scnoois turnlshed with Apparatus at
asieru prices. HEMiY WAkK. nn, iu,.
No. 7 West Foiirth-atri-et,
Opposltn the Penny Press Ofnce.
ecllb
fig) L
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NEW ADVERTISEMENT
DELAND,
GOSSAGE & ,
" LEIt,
ir.ui
1 111
BBCT Ml ARRIVALS Olf
W' fllOH WK OfJEB AT
Q'RFs'AT.' BAHGAINS.
TUee Gpt'ds wer ourchasod uiicotTiir,i.i ..j
aro pffewaa P"? ,t to iefycooapetitio-j. if,,,rhL.
are inviwfn w-u .and examine, them.
WOOL DRESS STAFFS, &l
In Delaine and ttuhraere Robes :
?2Xveive.ViSr,I'1''id000l,S:
PRINTED FLANNELS,
FOB GENTS' DBE88ING-OOWNS.
A lot of R0BK8 DK CHAMBRE, Jqat re.
ceivea.
IADIES' CLOAKS
-AND-
SHAWLS.
,A iU,r.Tei?1?o wied stock ofVelret, Beaver end
Olot.'i 1 CLOAKS 1 Brochc, Stella, Plaid Wool and Ke
veres ble SHAA? LB, toother with all the latent nov
eltie ! In Fancy Cloaks nd Shawls.
DEXAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE.
locSl-M T & SJ
NEW BOOKS
Received Luring the Past Week and
for Sale by
MM, MALLORV & CO.,
No. 145 MAIN-HTREET.
I.
LEAVES FROM AN ACTOR'S NOTE
BOOK 1
With Beminlseenons and Ohit-cbat of tbe Clrooa.
room and the dtage in Xngiaud and America.
BY GEO. TANBKNHOFF.
1 vol. 12mo 34? pages Price .
II.
A LIFE FOR A LIFE.
By lbs au Ibor of "John Halifax, Gentleman," Ac.
LIBBABV EDITION.
1 vol. 13mo prics $1.
HI.
THE MINISTER'S WOOINU.
1)V Una TV T Bmnnrwn
v M. iuno. IX. O. DlUIVHi.
I. TOl. Uoio Price $1 25.
IV.
SWORD AND (iOWN.
f?y the author of "Ouy Iilvingstonc."
I Tol.lmo.. Price 75 cents.
vT"
LIZZY GLENN ?
Or, Tub Trials or a Eiamrthexj.
BY T. S. AETHUB.
ITol.ll'mo Price Si 26.
VI.
tub e:ionTEEN t hristian centc
By the K v. JAMES WIIITB, author of "A His
torvuf France
1 vol. IZmO' 1. ..Price 91 23,
VII.
GREECE AND RUSSIA,
ItoI. 12mo ; Price Si 25.
lul'u"M
TIMOlllY TITIOMB'S KEW BOOK.
GOLD FOIL!
Hammered from Pop'olar Proverbs.
By TlnlOYHY T1TCOMB, aithor of Letters to
the Young."
I vol. 12mo Price 91.
Just received and for sale by
KICKEY, mallo:ry & CO.,
145 Main-sti'eet.
ocJlal
SCHOOL OF DESIGN
OF THE- '
Ohio Mechanics' Institute
OPENS
On Tuesday Evening, November I,
AND CONTINUES FOt'R MONTHS.
Vl , TDKHDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINOS,
Mechanical, Architectural &
Artistic Departments.
my tot full Information apply at the office of the
Institute. ! oc31b
BRANDY IU" BOND. JOHN BATES HAS
lost received an Importation of choice Brandy
In H and Ht Casks, OUrd, Dupuy It Co.. and Denis,
Mounie A Co. For tale wholosnle aDd retoll.
MATIOMAIi THEATER JHILDTNO,
oc3l Myomnore.street.
B
ICIIARDS'S KEYLESS BANK LOCK
mnv be seen for a few dars at the Wnshlniton
Insurance Oomyauy, Wo. H Main-etriwt.'gi'-bH.'l n
IlLIAMH. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and OonnaelVer at Law, Ohsse'S B'liliiiin
bird street, t doors Ittstof Main. 173 :
iirinflm inniTFy
STRUCT
It Iffl 1 IHJUW
SI
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in
of
A
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
cheat mmu
,'7"1
OF
REW GOODS
-ON
MONDAY, OCT. 31,
-AT-
. S. WEAT1
No. 112 Filth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STS.
The Following Goods having been moat
ly all bongbt during the it week nt the
NEW-YORK AUCTION SALES,
' ON SUCH TERMS
That can not fail to plenaeeven the closest
bnyern.
Fancy Silks at 62!ic, worth tin.
Taney Silks at TSc. , worth SI.
Fancy Bilks at $1, worth Si 60.
Elegant Black Silks,
EXCEEDINGLY LOW.
Ottoman Plaids at loc., worth 25c.
French Merlnoesat 65c, worth 87c.
French Merinoesat 7o., worth 8l.
Knglish Merlnooa at ;jc worth $1.
Wool Plaids at 20c., worth 30c.
Knglish Delaines at 12,tc., worth 2oe.
Knglish Prints at 10c, worth 12,' lie.
Wool Flannels at 20c, worth 25c.
ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF
1 V
mPiP nnv r.nnnc
wini Lis uii i uuuudi
AT MAUNFACTPBERH PRICKS.
-ALSO-
S H A "W Xj St
In Great Variety,
TO COMPARE FAVORABLY WITH THE ABOVE.
Chas. S. Weatherby,
No. II FIFTH.STHEET,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS.
oclld
DIAMOND
HOOP SKIRTS,
-AT
Fifty Cents on the Dollar,
-AT-
CMS. S. WIMERBn,
No. 112 Fifth-streot,
BETWEEN VINK AND RACE-STREETS.
lortldl
Published This Morning,
THE ART OF ELOCUTION,
Exemplified in a Systematic Courie
of Exercises
II. X DAY, A. .V.,
A UTHOR OF "ELEMENTS OF THE
ART OF RHRTORIO," formerly ProfeiMr
of ithetoric in "vA'mtern Reserve College,1 now
Provident of "Ohio Female Collage."
Tbe peculiarities of this work are, that it proposes
to exhibit the principle! of the art of reading and
speaking in a strictly nysteniatic order, in connection
with copious exercises for tho exempliUcutiou of each
principle by itself.
Its leading object Is to give an Intelligent and
practical cunimuud over all tho functions of tho
voice, at tho same time developing its rower and en
aulingit at will to express, hy appropriate una of lis
various functions, the thoughts and feelings that
appear lu discourse, accurately, gracefully aud
effectively. Iteffecis this object by exhlbitlngone
after another the different changes of the voice, iu
pitch, force, quality and time, in strict scientific
order, explalnlugiu nature and Its peculiar effect in
delivery, and accompanying this exhibition by ex
amples for exercise. It aims to bo a true art-science
applied to practice.
It is preceded by a practical treaties on Ortheopy
or Pronunciation, embracing Articulation, or the
doctrine of the elemental sounds of Speech, Syllabi
cation and Accentuation. The exercises In this part
are copious, and are arranged with a view to the
development uf power, volume and mellowness of
voice,, as well h) to a graceful, correct and distinct
pronunciation.
"1'he author gratefully acknowledges his indebted
ness to Professor Goodrich and Dr. Worth, of Yale
College, for valuable hints and suggestions in the
preparation and revision of the work."
The work is the fruit of much experience In teach
ing, and of long nnd earnest study.
One Vol., 12mo Price $1.
Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co,,
PUBLISHERS,
35 West Fourth-street,
oc31-c CINCINNATI.
Chapped Hands, Face, &c.
A T THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR AL
A MOST every person is more or less troubled
with Chapped tinut) and Face, Roughness of the
Skin, 4c. Wo would, therefore, invito especial at
tention to the following Ucinodies, as they not only
cure, bnt prevent, the disease, by koeping the skin
a moist and healthy condition.
Glycamyl of Hoses,
An entirely new and elegant article, which we pro
pare In our own laboratory with the utmost cars and
the very finest materials. ,
Cilycerin Lotion.
Our improved filycorin Lotion is entirely free from
the unpleasant odor of Glycerin! is highly perfumed
with Komi, Bitter-almond and Orange-dower, and is
unsurpassed by any other made.
Glycerin Campbor Ice,
most agreeable combination of Glycerin nnd Cam
phor, which we prepare lu a very couvcnlenl form
for the toilet.
ALSO
COLD CREAM,
GLYCERIN UONEY,
BURNETT'S KALISTON, Ac.
Forsslo-hy 8UIRK, ECKSTEIN ft CO.,
oc.Uo , Opposite the PostotUoa.
Aromatic Tincture of Myrrh
A HIGHLY EFFICIENT AND EX
CEEDINGLY pleasant preparation for debas
ing the teeth, hardening tho gnms, removing all un
pleasant odors troni tbe breath and imparting to it a
delightful perfume, ,
Prepared and for snlo hy
bUIIlE, ECKSTEIN ft CO.,
ocSl-c Opposite the Postoffice.
IriBh Moss.
50
BBL8. PRIME IRISH MOSS RE-
OblVl.O and for sale ny
HUIBK, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
Oppcwite the Pcistodli e.
ocll-o
Havana Cigars.
WE ARE IN RECEIPT OF SEVERAL
additions to our exteniivo stock of choico
Havana Cigars. Onr vnriety is so great tiuit smokers
can always lie supplied with the tienulno Havana lo
suit their tastes.
SU1KK, ECKSTEIN CO.,Drnqiets,
oc31c Opposite the Postolllce.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
- " ' REMITTANCES
TO isNGIiArVWi ' '" ' ' ' '
..... Hi K LAM).
,11... . SCOTLAND and 1
WALES.
We Issue sight Bills on
SP0ONER, ATTWOOD CO., Itmdon;
ROYAL BANK OF IRELAND;
NATIONAL BANK OP SCOTLAND,
Insumsof 1 and upwards. '
SW Exchange on Trance and Germany.
JAMES F. MELINE & CO.,
ocKtdecl No. ir West Tlilrd-stret.
Ladies' Furs!
OUR NEW STOCK OV FURS
Is now rHAfTM exhibition. Tbs assort
ment is largo. They are well-made, KiHiBI.i goods,
and will he sold at Lovr Prices.
WM.DODB&CO,
HATTERS AND TCRRIERS,
No. 144 Main-street;, Below Fourth.
oc22-MWBaro
Cloaks,
Shawls,
Millinery,
Dress Trimmings,
. Embroideries,
Fancy trloods CJeaicrally,
AT AN LOW JPKICKfi A3 THEY CAN BK
liOl'C.UT IN ANY HOIIHK, KAHT
, obWhsp.
MISSES BAIRD
US West Fouith.streot,
ocMaw BETWEEN VINE AND IiAOE.
CLOAKS!
Cloaks! Cloaks!
UNEQUALED IN STYLE,
VNEQtJALED IN QUALITY,
VNEQUALED IN CHBAPNE83.
tus
DEW DROP,
AT
10 Dollars,
12 Dollar,
15 Jollars,
18 Dollars,
. 20 Dollars,
22 Dollars,
25 Dollar!!!,
30 Dollars,
35 Dollar!
-THE- '
LA VENICE,
At All tlie Above Frloca.
MILAN WRAPPER,
At All the Above Prices.
At All the Above Price,
AT THE
Pioneer Oloak Bazaar
-or-
GEORGE LEWIS.
' -DIRECTLY
Opposite the 1'ostoflicc.
' oc21-am2p
hjJ "I lliji llJLIll'lllllVH
REMOVED TO
PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE,
No. .77 FOURTH-STREET,
Cincinnati, Ohio. .
. , oc27fJ
LANE fc B 0 D LEY,
" MAVrrAOTOBIRB OF
Wood-Working Machinery,
, AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner Johnfrad Wati ; taCioiBoatt,U. .
XQLISH CRACKNELL8. JIFST BE-
JE CTOIVED, IS bbls. frojh Knglish Orackoclls.
riirmle by . A. MeDOKALD & CO.,
si
.2
ip. I, .qi x,y vrwitauana-fltreet

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