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la publlahed dally, ( Sunday noptd,) by
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orrios-so. it wsst ittiTa-iiini,
TBI PINNY FBEHSIs delivered to subscriber la
Cincinnati, Covington mil Newport, and eur.
rounding oltle and town, 4t tb s
' trmely low price of
Bin 1 eoptee to.; 1 month Ida.; S months l; 1 year $4.
wmi stxth and vine-smears.
Jobs A. Imjlb, Ji,-. Jole Lessee and Manager.
Last week of the engagement of
Mr. Anderson and Miss Ellsworthy.
THIS (Tneadar) EVSNINO, November 1, will be
J reMQtu the original pl J, in four acta, entitled
On, Lore's Bsvssas.
&!:;rw"1 Broln8"' Mr- And"on
Diana (Duchess of Nairn) ....Mlssmieworlby
The Marquis de Marcilly ..Mr. Lsngrion
Chevalier de Luilgnan Mr. Ball
Duke de Klchellnu Mr. Reed
David Leslie - mm...................... Mr. Iltsler
Countess Dunou). ................... ........ Mrs. Gilbert
Clemouce - -..Mils Deaham
Dance, by Kills Kate Pennoyer.
To eonclude viltb. tlio faroe called
Ua, Biktoum IN India.
Sir Matthew 8aggs............... Mr. Dialer
Bally Scraggs.., .....Miss Fanny Deaham
VDoore open at oX; Oartaln rlaee at 7H o'olock.
Paioas or Admissioh Dreaa Circle end Parquette,
Mcenta; Gallery, aoeonta.
Friday1 Evening, Nov. 4.
Farewell Concert,
MR. T0830 AND
Mr.CfJLLIEBEwlll linger' declaim
, The Marseillaise.
Admission SO Cents.
tar Concert to commence at 8 o'clock.
WOT Tickets for sale at the Mmlc Stores. oc3l
Lesiee end Proprietor mJNO. BOWOKTH.
This new end beautfulTIMPLB OP THE MUSKS
opened for the season on , .
TnrRSDAY, octobbr ar,
With e full and talented DRAMATIC AND CON
CERT TROUPE, selected from the different thea
ters and opera companies of the Union.
Admission 10 cents. For particulars see smell
The " Olympic Saloon " will be open et all hours
during the day. Tha Bars are stocked with choice
'Wines, Liquors and Cigars. ocM
Takes pleasure In announcing to ber Mends, and the
public In general, that her
Grand Vocal and Instrumental
Will take place at
Thursdaj Evening, Nov. 3,
On which occasion she will be assisted by Mri M. H.
JIOBGAN, the distinguished Basso, rrom New York
city; Nr. J. TOSHO Mr. OUAS. KUNEEL and Mr;
Tickets SO cents. Doors open at 7M o'clock; Con
cert to oom monce at 8 o'clock. oc2flh
(Opera House.)
Last wook, commencing MONDAY, Octo
ber 31. J. Insco Williams's celebrated Bible Pnno
rnma. This magnificent Painting commences with
Chaos and continues down, in historical order, to
the Babylonish Captivity, oontainlng more thae fifty
of the most sublime and Interesting scenes in the
Wide. Exhibition every evening. Doors open et 7.
To commence at X to 8 o'clock preoisoly. Tickets 35
cents; ckililren nnder 10 years of age IS cents.
Also, Exhibitions on Wednesday and Saturday Af
ternoons; doors open at J, to oommenoe ac 3 o'clock.
Explained by Dr. Tibbitta. oc22
(porslt mutual.)
Oflloe 98 Broadway, New York,
entire proflta, pro rata, among Its Policy Hold
en, legal interest (7 per cent, only) is paid on its
stock, which may, by investment, reproduce about
that amount, the'i'iiy pivlng the asiured ell the ad
vantage, of the Po t Mutual System, with the
pMge of a Perpetual pltal Stock and the added
. security that Its Board ni Directors have a Perma
t mot Moneyed Interest in conducting Us affairs with
prudence and strict economy.
I I ts rates are based upon the most approved English
tables of mortal Ity, verified by American experience
lo the present time.
By the Charter, Dividends to the Assured are to be
declared every five years, and may be applied to the
.eduction of premium, or will be credited upon the
Ml Icy, thereby Increasing the amonnt insured.
Parties duslring to insure will be furnished with
tie Society's publications, rates, do., gratia, upon ap
Dilation to the Agent.
1Bon. WI LLI a si 0. ALEXANDER, President.
DBNEYB. HVDlC.Vice President.
I EuWARD P. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
,OE0. W. PHILLIPS, Aotuary.
t, the undersigned, take pleasure In stating that
"Til Equitable Life Assurance Society," of Mew
Tort represented in this city by David A.Trnax.Eso..,
Is eulrely worthy the confidence of this community,
and Inst the combination of the Mutual and Joiut
StocHprinciple a by them presented render this
flominy one of the most desirable for insurera in
the cejntry:
Stedaan, Carlisle ft Bhaw, (UanhopB 8. Bowe,
J. S.Cheneweth ft Co., H. 8. L'Uommediea,
Blanley, Simpson ft Co,. D. W. Corwin,
Thoiasou ft Taafle, II. E. Spencer.
ili Wet) Third-street, Basement Masonlo Tempi
OoJl 1 examining Physician.
I tbls day receiving eome 01
the abovi
iiinrivaien nanos. aieu.
some of
uuam &naoe a eau v-ifm
other sod
will sell n
or will rei
makers-all oi wnicn J 5?
. 1 ,1 An na.h
and let the roat par for the Piano.
I. M. MnnnH. u West Tourth-stroet.
Thd Iarrtt stock of Melodeons in the city. oc24
JL STBEIT. Ballet, Darlaft Co.
Tl 1 .. . ( L. . . . 1 1
nuinwip ..ivid.!.. r.L.ri, vrMi
A On. : Ravi. Bacon A (ki.-All will
be sold at pices that can not fall to
nit. fur cm. or will twnfc .nd lfc
the rent pafcr the Piano. J, CHTJRCH, Jr.
' The largesatock or Melodeons In the city. ooM
have Jin) received lot of the ery best Flour
coming to tils market. I have been selling ltfor
eome time, aia it ua giveu uuvire .Htisiaciion, w
Ilvered to ampart of the city free of charge.
Corner Niuth and Vine-streets,
very rjuf ri;itf ui Aiivuun wu"t F
up In a&.Ib.cans by Friiby ; Sjrpheria, and war
ranted pure. JOHN ('EltGUSON, Grocer.
oc ' CornerNlnth end Tine-streets.
J now on hand a stock of line "Old Llunors,"
nottobs surpassed by any in thla city, comprijing
'tard.Henesseyand other French Brandies; Port,
Cherry, Madeira and Catawba Wines, and some Tory
Dae old Scotch, Irish end Bourbon Whiskies.
, J()HN rBBGU8oN. Grocer,
eM Corner tit Ninth and Vine-etrwite.
VOL. 2. NO. 62.
Rates of Domestic Postage.
Larrr.ee For each half ounce, under 3,000 miles,
5re-Bld,aeeuisj over 3,000 miles, pre-paid, 10 ocnts.
.11 letters niuel be pre-paid by stamps, or inclosed In
stamped envelopes, or they will not be forwarded.
o., to any part of the United States, not weighing
over I ounces, 1 cent; end 1 cent for each additional
ounce; pre-payment required.
Booxe, pre-eaid, not weighing over 4 pounds, 1 cent
Ssr ounce, for any distance In the United States un
er 3,000 miles, and cents per ounce over 3,1X10 miles,
pre-payment required. All fractloni over the ounce
to be counted as au additional ounce.
NawgPAPKEB and PxaioDicAts, not exceeding IX
Ounces in weight, wheu paid quarterly in advance,
and circulated in the State where published-daily,
per quarter 22i, six times per week 19!$; trl-weekly
; eemi-weekly.W; weekly, 3M ; eeml-monthly, Itf;
monthly, . Newspapers and periodicals when
weighing I S onncee, double the above rates.
Shall Newspapfbs, published monthly or oftener,
and pamphlets not oontalning more than 16 ocfavo
pages, in package of 8 ounces or over, H cent per
Wseklt NawarApau, within the county where
published, Free. .
Quarterly payments, In advenes, may be made
either where published or received.
Arrivals of Trains.
Iidiakapoim ft OlM0if(ATI-:t0 a. at.; !: p. at.
9:36 P.M.
Oihoinnati, Hamiltor km Dattok 7:49 a.m.; 10:17
a.m.; 6:40 P.M.; 10:10 P.M.
Littli Mui-7:J0 a. m.j 1:80 p.m.; 7:18 r.M.;lO:U
p. u.
Mabixtta ahs OntomaATi 18: JO a. m.; 9: IS p. u.
Ohio and Mississippi 7:lii A, M.;2:oo p.m.; 10:1 t.u
OovinaTol Aas Lbzutotom 10:30 a. at.; 7:06 p, H,
Departures of Trains.
IvDiANAPOtie amd Cincinnati-6:M a. m.: 12:00 m
0:00 P. M.
Oihoinnati. Hamilton and DATroir Indlanapolia
and Cleveland, 6:00 A. .; Sandusky Mail, 8:00 A. M.;
Sandusky, 4:J0 p. Accommodation, 6:00 p. .
Littli Miami Cleveland and Pittsbug,6:00 A. M.;
Cleveland, Pittsburg and BeUair,6:3()A.M.;Colam
bna Accommodation, 4:40 p. M.; Cleveland, Pitta
bnrdTAnd Bnllfttr. Il:)p. M.
Ohio and Missishippi St.Loula, 9:00 a.m.; Louis
ville, 3:00 p. m.; St. Louis, B:30 v. u.
FiTTseuao,CoLCHaua and CMOiNNATifHteubenTllIe
onori iiiner-nasi Jiront-streec iiepoi a. M.;
8:00 A. M.: 11:30 p. M.
Olivilahd, OOLUMans and Oinoimnati East Front
street-6:00 A. m.; 8,30 A. u. 11:80 . H.
Cincinnati and M abixtta 6:16 a. m.; S:80 r. m.
Cbntral Ohio From East Front-street Depot 8:10
A.M., 11:90 P.
OorilOTON AND LXIN0T0K-:2 A. M.; 3:30 r. M.
jy-Thers are eighteen Shaker Sooietiea in
the United States, numbering 4,1)68 members.
' -Robert Wells ascended in a balloon at
Cbarlestown, S. C, on Tuesday, and "landed"
plump in the river, near Drum Island.
ES" Thousands of wagons are now on the
route from Missouri, destined for Grayson,
Collin, and the adjoining counties of Texas.
ETLola Montez is residing at Brooklyn,
N. T., with some intimate friends. Lieut.
Eeald left her in hit will an annuity of 500
during life.
3B&"ln one of the Methodist Churohes at
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in England, upward of
nine hundred persons have been admitted into
the ohoroh.,. i , v . ,. v (
J& Mr. Alfred Robinson, of Hartford, has
in his possession a Hebrew shekel, whioh is
supposed to be more than 3,000 years old.
They are laid to be worth $100 each.
ggf Omnibuuses, the first Been in Syria,
have begun to run at Beyrout. Crowds of
natives stood gazing at them for hours with
wonder and admiration.
Ak Warrenton, Fauqulor County, Va.,
recently, a negro girl, about sixteen years of
age, brougt $1,328; another, about twelve,
brought $1,200; a woman sold for $1,340, and
a man $1,350; also another man (privately)
for $1,500.
Colonel Lewis T. Wigfall, formerly of
South Carolina, is suggoited as a State's Right
candidate for United States Senator from Texas.
A number of years ago he fought a desperate
duel with the late Preston S. Brooks, in whioh
the latter was badly wounded.
grThe New Bedford Mercury notes large
saloB of oils. The amount of the sales for the
week ending the 24th was $436,155, and of
this amount $354,968 will be paid in eash in
twenty days from the date of sale.
ETThe following hit at the water-cure
was made by CharleB Lamb, and none but
himself could have made so quaint a conceit:
"It is," said he, "neither new nor wonderful;
for it is as old as the deluge, which, in my
opinion, killed more than it cured."
The gentleman who took fifty-nine
premiums at the Lynohburg fair is now at the
Riobmond, Va., fair, with his herd of oattle,
numbering some sixty-four or upwards. His
name is John Crouse, and he hails from Camp
bell Connty of that State. .
$3Fk woman was recently indloted at Ab
beville, S. O., as a "common scold," whioh,
under the old English law is punishable by
"ducking." The Court, however, quashed the
indiotment on the ground that the law is ob
solete in South Carolina.
jarThe bollor of the steam saw-mill, owned
by Messrs. Walaton & Payne, of Edgeoomb
County, N. C, situated about three miles from
Sparta, exploded on Monday last with terrible
and fatal effect. Rlobard Gilliam and Nathan
Payne, of Virginia, Charles Oast, of Wilson,
N. Y., and George, a slavo belonging to the
estate of Harman Ward, of Edgeoomb County,
were all Instantly killed.
fThe St. Paul Minnttolian says that a
phy sloian in that plao asserts that 3,000 babies
were born last winter, and that the crop the
ooming winter will be still heavier. The Min
nuotian says: "We think these figures rather
steep, but this is certainly a fast oonntry, and
a prolific climate. In a few years we shall be
indifferent' whether we have immigration or
"It seams that Belgian and British ves
sels, as well as American, have been fired into
by the Spaniards at Tarifa. The Brussels In
depmdenci publishes a note on the subject
whioh may explain the mistake that has oc
curred. This sole goes to prove that all the
blame falls on the captains of the vessels, who
bad evidently disregarded the mt.ratime laws
and regulations, and shows that the Spanish au -thoritiei
only acted as they had a right to do.
atrThe Cbun'er da Stall Unit, in a letter
from Paris, October 12, reports a rumor to the
effect that General Goyon, commander of the
French troops in Rome, tried to dissuade the
Pope from his projected tour to Castel Oon
dolfo, telling him with military frankness
that if he quitted Rome he ran a great risk of
never re-entering it. jsevertnoless Pius li
departed for his chateau esoorted by the
jgVThe oheapness of eoal for looomotives In
comparison with wood is daily demonstrated.
The Hudson River Railroad Company has re
cently added tlx mnreooal-burning locomotives
to their road during the last fonr months. The
whole number now In nse on this road is thirty-
one. The burning of ooal reduoea the ourrent
expenses of a locomotive iorty-Uve per eent.,
an item that adds largely to the profits.
pgr Mr. Burton, the African and Arabian
traveler, has written a letter to the London
Times, in whioh he states that the great lake
supposed to occupy the center of Equatorial
Africa, is in reality four lakos the Ujiji, vis
ited by him In May, 1857, the Nyama, visited
by Capt. Speke, in July, 1857, the Chama,
whose position was fixed by Dr. Lacerda, in
17S9, and a fourth, the position of which had
just been fixed by Dr. Livingstone. They lie
ranged in orescent shape, with the horns to
ld the JCaat.
Departures of Trains. Description of the Great Eastern--A
Journey Along her Main Deck.
A correspondent of the New York Timet
gives the following description of this mam
vesssl from her main deck : i .
In the extreme ancle of her bows, we find
ourselves standing two feet above the main
deok, on a wedge-shaped grating of wood,
thirty -five feet long, and tapering to twenty
leer, wide toward ua stern. P rom tins little
watchman's platform over fifty people can
look over her bulwarks at a time, while a
hundred more may have comfortable stand
ing room. Looking over her sides from a
hight of soma forty fuet as far as from the
third-story window of a city house we see
her sharp prow gracefully penetrating the
surface of the water, but we cannot trace her
hollow lines far, as her sides bulge out at a
widor angle above the water-mark. From
the enormous cat-heads, immediately aft,
iiang on eacn siue two ponderous ancnors,
from which depend a section of the massive
cables the charms on the rest-chain of the
leviathan but each link is about the size of
a dinner-platter, and the iron of which it is
forged as . lores in diameter as the toe of a
drinking goblet. Two hawse-holes, eighteen
j: i r j .ir
luuuoD m utwjuuwr, uru luriuuu ia uih very
prow of the ship, and two more on each side,
a little further baok. The oubles pass through
them. ...
Looking aft, as from houses in Tweniv-
tbird-street, away across Madison-square to
Twenty-sixth-street, for the great ship would
reach tromione of these streots to the other, we
see a vast expanse of houses, avenues, lanes,
Bpires, chimney and people, while a furlong
away are the bulwarks, and the wheel-house
in the distance. Stepping from this platform
to the main deok, we find tbe bulwarks so high
that we can not look over them, butjthey taper
down some four feet as we pass astern. Tbey
are lined throughout with oiled teak wood, re
sembling black walnut. Thirty-six feet fur
ther aft is a oapstan, the shaft of whioh passes
aown inrougn mis aecs ana two others, wnere
it may be geared if required to one of the aux
iliary engines. On all of these deoks, and on
the same shaft, is also a capstan, put in or out
of gear by a clutch, each oapstan having levers
for fifty men. . It requires the three fully man
nedone hundred and fifty men to raise the
anohor without steam-power. The engine
gearing is as large and heavy as that required
to drive a Hour mm. some ntteen teet further
baok is the first mast, a mere wooden spar,
thirty inches in diameter, with fore and aft
sails. , The standing rigging is entirely of wire
rope. '
The whole deck iBrwood, but nnder this, cov
ering a large portion of the ship, is another of
iron. The deck is here some 40 feet wide.
Next oame two immense hatohways leading to
the forecastle and the warehouses, and then the
forward donkey or hoisting engine-house, 18
by 12 feet, which is erected in the middle of tbe
deok. It contains a complete pair of steam
engines and a boiler, with hoisting apparatus,
capable of loading in merchandise on both
sides of the ship. There are at least 14 en
gines on board, exolusive of some doien ueod
only for pumping. This engine-house, like
all other houses, and all the wood-work on
deok, are of teak. We next come to the seoond
mast, which, is of hollow iron 3) feet in diame
ter, and square-rigged. Its inside is as large
as an ordinary well, and much deeper. It is
usod also as a condenser for a part of the
steam, especially that from the auxiliary en
gines. About 200 feet from the bow is another
house 30 feet wide, and extondlng some 10
feet fore and aft. This is the entrance to the
ladies' saloon, or the forward compartment of
the grand decorated saloon. It is the one
which was blown into splinters by the explo
sion, the fatal chimney being immediately be
hind it.
It will be seen behind the seoond mast. There
are four other entrances to the passenger de
partmentsall nearly alike. They are some
seven and a-half feet high, paved with oolored
tiles. The inside is painted to resemble a light
oak, and the ceiling i, light blue with gilt
stars. The stairway consists of seventeen easy
Bteps, with a clear space of four feet in width.
The balustrades are of teak, spiral, and veiy
graoeful. . Wide green leather-covered seats
surround the sides of the building. There is a
second flight of stairs below these. From this
entrance, in the middle of the ship, a raised
sky-light deck, two feet high and thirty wide,
extends back about eighty-five feet. The area
is equal to that of a large oity house. Near
its corners are four shafts or iron boxes, four
feet square, with iron ladders, extending to
the bottom of the ship, into the boiler-rooms or
moke-holes. . l'ou look over into them as from
the roof of a five-story house into a narrow
street below.
Tboy lead to the fatal cavern where the poor
fellows were) soalded to death at the time of the
explosion, and you see the grim figures of men
flitting about in the lurid glare of the furnace
fires. At the back end of this raised deck, just
forward of the paddle-boxes, is the after-en-tranoe
to the decorated saloon. The descrip
tion of the forward entrance applies to it also,
as well as to all the others. Through the mid
dle of this raised deok protrude tbe two paddle
engine chimneys, from the four forward boil
ers. They are about six and a half feet in
diameter, and some thirty feet high, but their
total hight from the fires is above seventy-five
feet. On each side of the same deck, parallel
to the length of the ship, is a row of skylights,
five feet wide, shaped like the gable end of a
house. They throw a flood of light into the
grand saloon, and, in fine weather, all that is
required into the saloon below it. The clear
space on each side of the raised deok, between
it and the bulwarks, averages eighteen feet in
width, and it affords an nnbroken promenade
nearly an eighth of a mile long, and as wide
as an ordinary parlor.
Behind the after-entrance to the grand saloon
rises the iron mainmast, square rigged. The
middle portion of the dock here is covered with
various arrangements for belaying-ropes, &e.,
and with skylights to the engineers' rooms
below. Immediately in front of it, nine feet
high, is a bridge extending between the out
sides of the paddle-boxes. It is one hundred
and twenty feet long and three feet wide.
Stairs lead up to it near eaoh caddle-box.
The bridge is also carried along the insides of
tue paaaia-Doxes, wnicn rise some eighteen
feet from the deck, and immediately behind
them is another cross bridge like the first, all
together giving a walk round of some three
hundred feet. Here and on the wheel-houses
the officers are stationed to give orders. Bells
oommunioate to the screw and paddle-engine
rooms, and an apparatus, yet to be described,
to the man at the helm. By a door at the side
we oan look in at the great wheel itself. And
what a tremendous, but light expanse of rods
it is, with its network of red arms and braces,
and its thirty huge floats, thirtoen feet long
and three feet deep. Unlike moat paddle
wheels, its shaft has no outside bearing on the
guard, bnt is wholly supported by a trreat
journal at the side of the ship. The weight of
tne center box is sixteen tuns mat or a small
locomotive and the weight of the whole wheel
three hundred and fifty tons that of a small
ship. The diameter of the wheel, as is well
knows, is fifty-eight feet. Fancy the pair
rolling down Fifth Avenue at the rate at whioh
thoy will turn twenty miles an hour filling
np the roadway and overtopping the houses!
jay-Recent papers announce the death of
mr. Jr.awara James xnayer, lately the li-rector-Qoneral
of tho Postofflce in France,
and a member of tbe Imperial Senate. M.
Thayer was a son of the late Jamea Thayer,
a native of Rhode Island, and a lineal de
scendant of Roger Williams, the founder of
Jtoode island; :
How Louis Napoleon Wooed, but Did
Not Win.
It may beinterestiug, says the Uomt Journal,
to re-publish the following extraot from a con
versation with Feniinore Cooper, la 18t5, re
corded at the time by Mr. Willis, then In Paris:
I was calling upon Lafayette one day (said
Mr. Coopvr) and was let in by bis confidential
servant, w ho, it struok me, ihowed, signs of
having something to oouceal. He said his
master was at home, and, after a moment's
hesitation, ntade way for me to go up, ad usual,
to his private room but I saw there wts some
embarrassment. I walked in, aud found tbe
General alone. He reooived me with the same
cordiality as ever, but Inquired with some
eagerness who let me in, and whether I met an
ola acquaintance g'oing out. I told him that
his servant had admitted mo, and that there
was something peont'iar in tho man's manner;
but as I had seen no one else, 1 knew nothing
"Ah," said the CrenArul, "that follow put him
in the side-room. Sit jlown, and I will tell
you. Prince Louis Napoleon Bonaparte was
here two minutes ego!"
"I expressed my surpriax?, of course, for this
was in 1833, when it was do ath for a Bonaparte
to enter France.
, " 'Yes continued the Gei leral, 'and he oame
with a proposition. He wishes to marry my
granddaughter Clementine, unite the Republi
can is ts and Imperialists, and make himself
Emperor, and make my granddaughter Em
press?' " 'And, if it be not an indesent question,' I
said, 'what was your answer, my dear Gen
eralT' " 'I told him,' said Latayette, 'that my
family had the American no tion on that sub
ject, and chose husbands for themselves that
there was the young lady be might go court
her, and if she liked him, I had no objection.'
Mr. Cooper did not tell us (for of course he
did not know) how the Prince plied his wooing,
nor why he failed. The fair Clementine, who
.thus, possibly, lost her chance of being an
Empress, married M. do Beaumont, and now
represents her rejected admirer as the French
Embassadress at the Court of Austria. Shortly
after this visit to Lafayette, Mr. Cooper was
in London, and mentioned to the Princess (the
widow of the elder brother of the President of
France) this venture of Prince Louis into the
den of the Orleanists. 'He is mad!' was the
only reply."
A Sleeping-Car Incident.
The Milwaukie Nvi tells the following
incident, which was witnessed by a friend in
sleeping-oar on the Detroit and Milwaukie
The car was nearly full, nnd in one of the
compartments was a maiden lady, noither
fat nor fair, but forty, who was wonderfully
exercised at her close proximity to some
naughty men, who were much amused at her
nervoueness. Looking about her with side
long glances, and shrugs of disgust, she
finally mustered curage to put on her "night
cap," which operation was almost too much
for her. This feat accomplished, she again
cant frightened glances at her eurroundors,
obviously afraid to proceed further. At this
juncture the conductor came in, whom she
immediately button-holed, and, in whispers,
heard in the remotest part of the cur, she
indignantly interrogated him t know if there
were no curtains "iu the house." "Certainly,
madam," said tbe affable Conductor, who
hastened to procure some, at which she ap
peared exceedingly grateful. They were soon
drawn, and she proceeded to make herself as
comfortable as the nature of the circum
stances allowed.
But she was destined to enjoy very little
ropose, for every new comor in pursuit of
quarters, who passed her crib, would inquir
ingly draw her curtain to see if it was occu
pied, when a smothered scream would issue
ibrth, which caused an instantaneous drop
ping of "the rag," when t he persecuted dam
sel would subside for a moment, only to be
aroused on the arrival of some new place
hunter. As this process continued during
the night, amid the occasional guffaws of the
spectators, it may be imagined that the poor
victim obtained very little satisfaction for her
fifty cents outlay, and that she internally
vowed never to plaoe herself in a like predic
ament again.
Fesdino Horskb. Tho practice of regula
ting the ijood of horses by the amount of
work they are required perform is a good
one if properly followed. For expmple, a
horse when lying comparatively idle, aa in
winter, should have less solid food than amid
the hard work of spring and summer. Again,
if a horse i'b about to be put to work of extra
labor, it is well to fortify him for it by a little
extra feeding beforehand. But the mistake
wo reior to iij me practice oi over-teeaing
him an hour or so before putting him to
work. If an extra sorvico is required of the
horee on any particular day, and en extra
feed is given to him, have it in the evening
beforehand, rather than in the morning an
hour or two before being put to work. Why
so? Becauso if he iB put to work so soon after
eating, his food does not become digested, and
he is obliged to carry about with him a masB
of undigested fodder, which is rather a bur
den than a help to him. If he is well fed
the evening before, the food is assimilated
changed to flesh and blood and sends health
and vigor through all tho system. As a gen
eral rule, a working; horse should be fed reg
ularly, both as to time and amount.
Crikoliki and Ciqar8. Hoops and widely
extended skirts are going out of fashion in
Paris. A short time since a melancholy case
occurred, the result if which may doubtless
be attributed to the ridiculous fashion which
has prevailed too long already. A young
English lady, recently married, was residing
with her husband in the Champs Ely sees.
He had just lit a oigar, and had thrown the
match into the fire-place, when his wife,
who was going out with him, went np to the
pier-glass to take the last look at her dress,
when the skirt caught with the match, and
in a second she was in a blaze. Her husband,
of course, endeavored to smother tbe flames,
but without effect, and was himself horribly
burnt. His yonng and beautiful wife lin
gered two or three days in frightful agony
and died. Cigars and crinoline may divide
between them theoonsequences of this fright
ful accident. .
Usi op Pafis Among tbi Jafariss. The
number of uses to which paper is pot among
the Japanese is perfectly wonderful. With the
aid of varnish and skillful painting they make
of it excellent trunks, tobacoo bags, oigar
eases, saddles, telesoope oases, frames for mioro
soopes, and water-proof coats, the latter really
keeping out the rain, and are as supple as the
best mackintosh. They nse neither silk nor
cotton handkerdhiefa, towels, or dusters; paper
in their hands serves as an excellent substi
tute. The inner walls of many of tbeir houses
are nothing more than painted paper screens,
and their windows are covered with a fine
translucent description of the same material.
If a shop-keeper has a parcel to tie up, he
takes a strip of paper, rolls it quickly between
his hands, and uses it for the purpose, and it
is quite as strong as the ordinary string used
among us. One of the stipulations for the
bride, in a marriage contract, is always that
she ahall have a certain quantity of paper al
lowed her.
A seedling he Breton Pear tree, at
Newburyport, Mass., bore seven barrels of
rrvic tnis season et tne snssi quality.
Noon Dispatches.
Senator Hale on Harper's Ferry.
CHICAGO, October 31.
Senator Hale publishes a letter in the iVesa
and Tribimt, this morning, in reference to the
attempt of the New York Btrald to Implicate
him in the Harper's Ferry inaurrection.
He says that he will not undertake the task
of vindicating other gentlemen whose names
are montioned, but so far a relates to himself,
he can only reply by denying every word and
syllable, pronounce the whole from beginning
to end as false, and challenging the world for
a particle of testimony, written or printed, sus
taining the charge thus made.
He never had knowledge or intimation from
any one that an insurrection or outbreak was
contemplated by John Brown or any one elfe
in Virginia or olsewhere. He pledges himself,
if evidence is laid before the Grand Jury of
Maryland or Virginia, and they find a bill, to
go there for trial.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
ST. LOUIS, October 31.
The overland mall, with dates to the Tth
inst., arrived here on Saturday night. The
news is unimportant.
Business at San Francisoo had slightly im
proved, but prices were lower.
New Orleans and Musoovado 8ugar sold
at auction at $77 17. lard at auction,
$10lO 92. Butter, I6e. Hams, 12o. Do
mentio spirits firmer.
The Arisona papers say that Colonel Bonne
ville had given orders for an immediate
campaign against the Apache Indians.
"The Htfubliean learns from Santa Fe that
mails are overdue at that place from Inde
pendence, and fears are entertained that they
have been attaoked by the Indians.
' It is understood that Gallegos will contest
Oteros seat in the next Congress.
The weather in New Mexieo was eold, and
the crops severely injured.
Confession of Copeland.
CLEVELAND, October 31.
Copoland, 000 of the Harper's Ferry insur
rectionists, in his oonfossion to United States
Marshal Johnson, published in this morning's
papers, says that he was furnished money to
go to Virginia by the two Messrs. Plumb, of
Mrs. Sturtevant, of this eity, knew of the
plans and supposos that her husband did, but
ius miier acmes any Knowledge oi the trans
C. H. Langston (oolorod) is implicated, but
iiu vbucr uweiujjiuenis are maae.
From Baltimore.
BALTIMORE, October 31.
J.Marshall URnna, a reporter of the Balti
more Sun, while in the Firetlarm Telegraph
Offioe to-night, got into a difficulty with parties
present, and drew a pistol, and shot Wm. L.
MoPhaol, President of the seoond branoh of
the City Counoil, and at presont acting Mayor
of thecity during the sickness of MayorSwann.
The ball took effect in Win. MoPhail's thigh,
produoing a serious wound, whioh may -prove
fatal. 1
Fire at Boston.
BOSTON, October 31.
extensive sugar-house on Goooh-street,
six atories high, oocupied by Seth Adams, was
burned last evening the loss on the stock is
$80,000, and on tho building and machinery
$60,000. Thore was nearly $80,000 insurance
on the stock, and on tbe building $10,000.
Very little of the stook was saved not over
200 brls. of sugar being taken out.
Funeral of Minister Mason.
RICHMOND, VA., October 30.
The funeral of Mr. Mason, late United States
Minister to France, took plaoe to-day. The
funeral procession was very imposing, there
being a large military esoort, and an immense
oonoourie of oitizens. His remains were buried
in the Hollywood Cemetery, near the tomb of
President Monroe.
Fire at New Orleans.
NEW ORLEANS, October 31.
A portion of three squares, in the third mu
nicipality, was destroyed by Are, by whioh
seventy-four families are retidered houseless.
The loss is estimated at $100,000. A largo firs
is now (0 A. M.) raging at the corner of Poy
dras and Levee-streets.
Escaped from Jail.
LEXINGTON, KY., October 31.
Champ, a very wealthy farmer of
Bourbon County, who was rooently sentenced
to fifteen years in the Penitentiary, for rape,
escaped from jail in this oity last Saturday
night. Great efforts are being made to recover
him. Another criminal escaped with him.
-.J lJBtS
New Cure for Lock-jaw.
The statistics of Dr. Guallaon tetanus brings
to mind that I have not yet referred to the al
leged disoovery of a remedy for this terrible
afieotion. Dr. Vella, of Turin, conceived the
idea this summer in treating a ease of look
jaw, of administering as an experiment, the
ourarina, a powerfully poisonous alkaloid ob
tained from the Woorara-tree (Latiotloma
Ourart) of Sonth America. This poison was
first, I believe, brought to the notice of Euro
pean lamni by the late Prince Charles Buona
parte, who four or five years ago made elabor
ate experiments with it in this oity, aided by
young Dr. John W. Green, of New York.
These experiments proved that while this sub
stanoe was a powerful fosnotie absorbed into
the blood through abrasions of the skin, its
effeots were much less notable if ingested into
the stomach and submitted to the aotion of the
gastric juice.
Moreover, it was discovered that when thus
ingested, this substance acted direetly upon the
nervous system, and more particularly upon
tho motor nerves, dotermining an absolute re
laxation of the musoular contractions under
the oontrol of these nerves. This quality of
the curare was remarked by Dr. Veils, and
suggested to bim the idea of employing it In
the treatment of tetanus. His first and only
experiment thus far was suosesyful. But
tetanus somi times yields to other remedies,
and sometimes terminates favorably with
out the use of any remedies; so that the Academy
of Medicine of PariB, to whom was addressed
the observations of the Italian surgeon, re
fused to accept tie turan as a speciPo for this
terrible disease, nntii further experiments had
been made. Threo other experiments have
since been made, two of whioh failed and one
succeeded, and aa these experiments will be
largely multiplied, we shall soon know what
estimate to place upon the discovery of Dr.
Vella. PantLttUr to Nno YorhTinu.
Senator Douglas on Judge Black.
Senator Douglas has written a lenarthv re
joinder to Attorney B lack's views of his ar-
uole on Popular Sovereignty. Mr. Douglas
enters into the subject, arguing with great
force in favor of the position whioh he origin
ally assumed. Authorities are extensively
quoted to sustain his views. In conclusion,
he repels with much indignation the charge
preferred by the Attorney-General, that he is
a hard-working oandidate for the Presidency,
and says that at his time of life he would much
prefer to finish out his term in the Senate,
with the ohanoe which he has of a re-election,
to being nominated for a four-years' Presiden
tial tern.
Advertisements sot exceeding Ave linos (Asate.)
One Insertion.........! I On. week ,tl (
Two weeks. 1 00 1 One I SS
Larger advertisements Inserted at the fbllowiof
rates for squire of ten' Unee or Ua 1
One Insertion...-....! SO I Two v.. fi n
Each addl'nal Ins.. 26 Three , , , , , 4 0
One week...-...... 1 70 1 On montlu f M
Job Printing;
In all Ita branches, done with neatness and dlaaaioh.
ieiiihim Awarded!
sjmoke-coBsuming Coal Cooking Store,
Is without a rival. Call on
Inventors and Manufacturers,
Novelty Iron Foundery,
Fourth-street, West of Smith,
r9And Bee one In Operatloiu-fa
at last just what the Ladlee have leng needed
Hnd looked for In vain, the Uterine Kiixlr.
The IJterine Elixir la warranted to oura all dla
.asus of a Uterine Mature; Inflammation of the
Womb, tbe Eldneya, the Ovaries, aud the Urethra,
I'rolHpsus or railing of the Womb, ralnfol Meustm
"tion, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea: in faor, a perfect curt
Is Riiarmnteed by the use of from two to five bottle
f the El Ixlr, or any disease whatever of tbe Oeoer
i.tlve aud Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how long standing. Price $1 per Bottle.
Madame KLLlfcT calls particular attention to tb
Mlowing Card of one of the most prominent Drus
.flus of Cincinnati.
"To tbb Public and thb Ladiss m PtaTirmLiE.
We, the undersigned, are not iu tbe habit of giving
ior name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
Lady Fhysiclun, and the medicine called the Ctsrin
Klixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all female
snirurtng from female Disease of any kind; It ta
purely vegetable, and In no case can do injury: w
nay to all try, aud our wont for It, yon will find rer
Ite'. X. . BILL, Dnnrglet,
aep7 "Corner of Fifth and Eaoe-streeta."
euros, without fail, paina in the Breast, Baok,
side or Limbs: Coughs, Oolde, Hoarseness, Diffi
culty of Breathing, Headache, Flatulency, Heart
hum. Cbronio Bheumatism, Billion Cbollo, Cramp
!liolic, Oriplng Paina of the Bowels, Dullness,
ntupor, Inactivity, Los of Appetite, and in Pain
nil Meustriwtiou It is a certain cure, and give
immediate relief. In ant of tbe above disease
it will give relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the use or two bottles. Only 60 cent
per bottle so cheap that evety person can get It.
N. B.-Fqr sale ty F. 1). U1LL, Druirgfit, corner
of Baceaud Fifth-streets: J. D. PATtK. corner of
lTourth and Walnut; 8UIKE, KCKSTKIN A Co.,
noiner Vine and Fourth; JOHN DlCKUoN, corner
ol John and Hlxtn; PAUL BEINLLIN, corner nt
Klghth and Freeman. Also, KDWABD SCAN LAM
ft do., corner of Main and Fourth; and Madam
KI.HS, H East Fourth. aepW.ar
BAGS, for Grocers, Dnuiffists, Tea Dealers and
others, made from extra quality of Wrapping, Ma
nilla an White Tea Paper.
. 200,110 No. 1 Wrapping aud Manilla;
200,ofjONo. 3
am.iisi No. 3
2UO,!IONo. 4
200,000 No. S
aoo.ouoNo. g
,iu No. in
200,0110 No. II " "
2ll,KI No. 18
200,000 No. 18
211,0111 No. 20
ai,no No. j
aMo0 No. 1 White Tea Btgs;
ano.ixm No-. 2
ki.oooNo. a
The above are out unin mcli.su nf wi .
We are manufacturing from sixty to sevenry-flv
thousand Bags per any.
Paper Bag Manufacturers,
And Wholesale Paper Dealers.
77 aud 79 Walnut-street.
- receiveu umiy oy me Aiiams nx-.
press Company, in whole and bull cans. (
All Oynters sold warranted frexh and of
me very oeet qnality. J. li. uwiNGrJ,
Agent, No. 27 Fifth-street, bet. iluln
and Walnut-streets.
X. B. The trade supplied on the most liberal
terms. ocJScm
Agency for tbe sale of Batch, Mann A Co.'a
Shell, Res, and Can Oysters Also, Ereeb Cove and
Kp.ced Oysters, Ac. Sly many trlend and patrons
will And only choice articles, and at aa low prices as
those cnarged for Inferior elsewhere.
Oysters oooked in Kastern style at onr usual mod
erate chargee.
Itemeinber, 293 Walnut-street, fifth door above
Sixth, Cincinnati, Ohio, o13
lair -at-
t, .J?.(? da"' Bow8j Mahony Oo.'a ClabratM
Planted Oietors.wblch I sm aelllncat unprecedented
low pncos by case or dosen. Dealers and Families
wanting a very large, fresh Oyster, will please aend
their orders. Attached to thia eetabliebtuent la a
nice, quiet, respectable Saloon, where yon can havn
Oysters Cooked In every style, and served up in a
ilea tend superior manner. Charges less than atany
other plnae. LoolOJ JOHN NAIBN.
Oyster Importing House.
INO daily, per Ixpress. his splendid Oyaters.
Baring completed arrangements In Baltimore, an
the most extensive scale, I will at all times during
the season beproparedto furnish my friends, "and
the tot or mankind," with the moat DKHOIOUrl
IllVALVKS imported to the (Jueeu City. None but
the very beat imported. Great inducements offered
at this Iinportius-houae.
Order alollclted and promptly filled. Terms cash.
jseplSt Bole Importer and Proprietor.
0jf rSKSH fJAf .
Spiced Oysters. jS
inujoAiiir, oytne acisme jixpre, MALT.
flV'S rld.nnAnM Baltlmon.
Fresh. Can, Keg and Shell Oystori.
riOKLkDoTsTKBrf: 7" BPI0KD Md
, S0BEBT 0BB, Agent
"gT-tf Denojyi Winh..imt
No. 306 Vlae.m., bet. Fifth mud Sixth.
tbat he ha established a regular depot for tha
mle of all kinds of salt-water Fish, fresh from New
York; also Lake Fish from Cleveland and Sandusky;
together with Claioa and Outers In tbe shell, Lon.
atera, Crabs, Kelt talive), and all kinds of seasonable
Qams and Can Oysters. Be will furnish thsalnri..
PLAOs) IN TUK CUT. Family prd.rs promptly
attended to and sent home Ire ef obarg. Plern
tll and leave roar order. Mlt-tf

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