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27 Oct 1859

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The Penny Press (Newspaper) - October 27, 1859, Cincinnati, OhioThep Bess Andy . John i Tom Ard " " " " thir8dav in Tober 27the demo Oralo convention of Kansas Vestor Dav nominated sax. Med Aby for governor Loi Johst p. Is Ottest for lieutenant the owl tra in. The lightning messages ran until after mid night causing our budget of Council Newt and other prepared matter of interest to Olear the track. The Telegraph having the inside caused them to turnout. The Mcmicken bequest. The be authors surrender their Trust in the Teal state to the 1tj after the Glrst of novem Ber. Then their eighteen months is up. The rent in Gross bout t19, 0 Tho Alna of real estate a ,o00. A. Location of Street Railroad tracks. The following Resolution was offered in tie City Council last night and lost t rent to that the Resolution directing the Street Railroad companies to Lay their track in the Center of the streets be so amended a to permit a variation from the Center provided it be done under the dare option of the committee on roads and canal and the civil Engineer. ,. Not bad. At a squad of doctor vat Tiki b friends wore firing a gun in front of the Postoff Ioe evening before last in Honor of his appointment a re Porter for the Prai asked them what Pussy were firing for one of them replied it Weenie Fabanish tamed out of of lace he a Steen trying to destroy the be Moorati party and so has old Book and Well fire for his of Oval after " turn outs. Or. Too hot offered the following Resolution in the City of Knoll last night which after a Sharp discussion was lost such to that permission be and the same is hereby Given to the Cincinnati Street bail Roa d company to Lay Down turn outs on the line of their Road provided that Laid turn out s be Laid at the intersection of the streets and under the dire Etton of the committee on roads and canals and City civil Engineer the oily to Reserve the right to have them taken up by giving thirty Days notice to the company. American Timber for the British government. Our forests Are yielding their riches for the forts and War Shi of treat Britain. John Ball bus received in the past three years from this country thirty Large ship Loa of a Supe rior White Oak from the Una of. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad on the Alleghany mountains. Three Hundred men Are now engaged near cheat River Felling and preparing this Limber which is noticed up in England for gun Ferri Ages. Brother j. Furnishes j. B. Steam Cylinder presses and a and we Hope Wilt never Havo occasion to take the guns or the Stooks away from her unless the Grumbler misbehaves himself in this san Jan affair. Editorial Brevi ties. Frauds i emotions. Candle boxes directories end such like Stock in Trade Ujj , to to Leoo m u at the Nebraska u Well As Kansas elections. Berkeley the English Hunter lies sick at " " fort Riley. Late advises give notice of the determinate select Yonjof John Quinlan president of Provin Cial theological Seminary or. St Mary a Cincinnati As Bishop of Mobile Alabama. Lie 1 not Over thirty years of age and is a native of the Island of saints. Thomas j. Henley formerly of Indiana is spoken of As the probable selection by gov. Welter As the appointed senator of California to fill the unexpired term of the Broderick. I the artist King having basted Burns and agassis design taking off the angular head of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Louisville if it expects to rank As a first class City and preserve the property of Busi Ness men from conflagration must Clear away some of the grass from her streets and provide Cis Lonis which will hold water. Rev. Joseph , now a resident of Indianapolis recently elected Bishop of the Oriu Wes i by me Uene Rai Uon Veunon 01 the episcopal Chereb was formerly of Louisville by. Lomov pics. We made three Good pics from this recipe and we commend it to our lady readers or a to the Rind Anil squeeze the Rind and squeeze the juice of two Large Lemons three cup s of Bugar four eggs whiles and Yolks beaten separately four flour two cups of water add the Whites of the eggs the inst thing. Bake without an upper Erust. R j the last rail on the Louisville and Xaih-7ill e Railroad was Laid yesterday. City news. Proposed Cushni of Bik Kkt Rons. The people of the twelfth Ward represented by their councilmen have favored. I. A y a. A Enn nge in to Erouise of me Vurnen Vii Ras Senger Street Nair Oak so i Ras Tonsi Faaoi run Ning both ways on Western to w from the Brighton hons e to Baymiller Street to Lay the return track from Brighton hous e Down Patter to Bank Street along Bank Stre to Baymiller thus making a circuit instead of running twice Over a space of two squares. Rue proposed change win Neine special order Tor consideration at the next meeting of the City Council. The arrangement includes the cd sem i me Beau Roma i me Cuil Tauy. Aim the terms and obligations of the Brest Kail Road ordinance and the contract. Roeita bloc Emo squares. An application has been made to the City Connell to look squares bounding beam and Kilgour Between third and fifth Street to prevent the erection of farther wooden buildings. It was referred to the trustees of f the first Ward. So Down death. A Man named Payne a resident or. Madison. Indiana took passage on tuesday last upon the Forest Queen for City but in a Sbott time afterwards was taken with an internal bleeding a kind of Haemorrhage of the lungs with which be died in a few hours. Inmaafom8 sir Tim the Sentinel pub. Shed at the Loosier capital i one of the most extensively circulated papers in that state and offers a Good medium for Cincinnati advertising. The proprietors Are Active Busi a wow Jiuu Auu unto. My it " by everything Bow and Den Ralile in the Way of Light Reading can be had at Pease pc cos sixth Street East of Walnut. Latest by Telegraph by the Persia s mails. New York october 26. The or a i malls were sent South this morning. 1,1 mos sri. Hewitt s circular reports a Eon. Lnu Alioa of list week s improved feeling in Cotton with a Liberal business and an Advance of on All descriptions free from land. The better qualities Are Mill most in demand and the Advance is chiefly upon them. India Cotton has been taken to an unusual extent for Export being free from Sand and it obtains a decided prefer Noe Orer common american. The imports of the week amount to 14,000 Bales at sea from America 35,000 Bales against 10,000 Bales last year. New Orleans middling 7 Mobile do. Vii Uplands 6 the bime circular says that the Manchester Market is unsatisfactory having declined further with better disposition on the part of buyers to make extensive operations even at lower prices than at present. Messes. Wakefield i Nash report More steadiness and better descriptions of american Are 1 8d. Higher. Lower grades Are less the quotations Are the same As furnished by messes. Hewitt s circular. Messes. Flare k cons report an Aara Noe of us. For desirable american whoa closes health with a stood demand middling Orleans do. Mobile 7d, middling Uplands messes. Richardson Spence & co. Report a Good demand for middling and better Orleans and mobiles the prices of these being lid. Higher. The lower grades Are difficult to sell at a slight reduction. Uplands have scarcely partaken of the improvement holders being willing Sellers. The quotations for middling Are Uplands 7vd.j mobiles. 7d. Uplands 0 11- 1 of. Business at Manchester has in Oread under the hardening of prices at Liverpool. Messes. Klinworth 4 Cohen say that speculators occasionally venture on cheap Amer Ioan guides but they generally remain in abeyance awaiting apparently for the develop ments of the american drop and european exports of the week have been 12,000 Bales including 4,200 Bales american. The closing quotations for middling Are Orleans 7hd i mobiles 7d. Uplands 6d. The russian ambassadors at London Paris Berlin and Vienna had been summoned by Telegraph to meet the emperor Alexander at Warsaw on the Lith inst. The emperor was expected to arrive at odes of on the 17th. It is stated that notwithstanding the capture of Schamyl the circassian Are far from being subdued. The bum says that the mountaineers have another chief not loss intrepid and fanatical and rho May still resist for one or two Winters the russian army in the caucasus sons lists of sixty thousand men. A variety of rumours to the effect that Austria positively declines to sign the treaty of peace if it is not in accordance with the Preli Ntina Marioi of Villa Franca that Austria desires to protract negotiations till the Spring when she will recommence the War that Austria under takes to guarantee to the Pope the conserva Tion of the temporal Power in the legation and others of a like nature were current and Publ be taken for what they Are Worth. On the other hand there Are statements that the signing of the treaty of Zurich was Bourly expected and that the representatives of the Powers would afterwards meet in Congress. The Paris of the 1kb, pub Lishes in article silted by Secretary Boniface stating that the. Only question to be settled at Zurich is the Ito Moara aeon Iao Toni Saeung Powers being agreed on All other Points. The Early signature of the treaty is expected Aid the questions not settled at the conference will be submitted to the Congress the assembling of which All the european Powers Are agreed upon. The London Teiei s Paris correspond ent corroborates the statement from Zurich that the French government has demanded an indemnity from Piedmont for the expenses of the late War also the payment of the arrears of pm nations in connection with the first Empire due from the Lombard venetian Monte fund. To looks upon it that these de mands have been made knowing the limited finances of Sardinia with the object of obtain ing the Sosson of the pro Rinsei of Savoy and Nice a Pigeon shooting Mato h England Vett America was commenced at Newmarket on the 13th. Or. King of Indiana represented America and or. Frere of Hampshire eng land. Or. Frere killed Thiry Uin e Birds out of the first fifty while the american representative scored forty to Birds out of his fifty. It is remarked of or. King that although described As an american to is an English Man and has lived in the United states for Only twelve years. The match was resumed on the 14th, but the result had not reached Liverpool. The Dublin evening jut states that the canard steamers Are to touch at Cork and Queenstown both going out and homeward bound. A thrilling narrative is published of an attempt made by pirates and Oon riots who were being conveyed by the ship Ararat from Penang to take Possession of the ship. Out of sixty pirates who came on deck in the dark Twenty High t were killed and others wounded. Captain Corriga gallantly maintained posses Sion of his ship. The theater Royal at Hall had been completely destroyed by fire. No lives lost. Queen Victoria formally opened the lock Katrine water work which Are to Supply Glasgow on the 14th inst. The great Eastern. New York october 26. The to met contains a very thorough scientific description of the trial trip of the great Tuum from a special correspondent whom the Timet describes As an Aino rican Engineer who has taken a professional interest in tin matter. The general conclusion the writer stews to have attained is that while the expectations of the Public unduly wrought no by incompetent authorities Ere disappointed those of the projectors Are abundantly verified. Thus while the vessel can not be advantageously employed for a Mere trans atlant service it is perfectly adapted to to Long australian voyage for which it was designed. It cannot attain a Speed of thirty Miles an hour but it can accomplish a rate of fifteen Miles. It Eon not make a trip from Liverpool to new York in fire Dan but it can in ton. It Doss not wholly obviate the Dixeon Fortson a sea voyage it does not go through the Waves instead of Over them but it does pitch and Roll so slightly As to cause Little serious distress to the Passen Gers. Other Points of interest Areda eloped by the trial the Security of the vessel b imperfect the bulkheads Are neither fire Tig nor water tight important valves Are not As they should to automatic j the apparatus for super heating g steam seems Only to be available at the Cost of great peril the a Ohnery is very far from having that completeness and that proportion people have been led to Antici Pate the boilers Are inadequate to furnish the Power required by the engines there is a want of Hermony in the working of the screw and Side wheel engines and the Donkey engines Are by no Means As serviceable As certain american inventions of the same kind and the machinery for raising and handling Tho anchors is likewise of an indifferent Hue. On Tho other hand the vessel is under perfect control of the Helm with no greater amount of Force than is required by a first Olat frigate. The consumption of goal is moderate and the engines work with none of the stiffness of new machinery. The opinion formed by the writer is thus upon the whole not unfavourable to its claims. Indeed he Doss not Host note to pronounce it a Success. The same correspondent also gives the Gratifying intelligence that the american trip o the Prmt Eastern is not to be deferred until Spring. The a rotors have determined to dispatch her on or very shortly after november 1. ,.,from Albany. Albany october 26. The indemnity insurance company of this City has been dissolved by order of the supreme court and a receiver appointed. Trial of the Virginia insurrection its. Va., october 26. Circuit court Jodge Parker of the Bench. Court met at o clock. The grand jury was called and retired to resume the examination of witnesses. Tho court took a recess await ing the return of the grand jury. M. Johnson United states marshal of Cleveland Ohio arrived this morning and visited the prisoners lie identified Copeland As a fugitive from Justice from Ohio. It is supposed that the object of this is to ferret out text Inonu in Ligating other parties. The sex Fel Ternent is unabated and crowds of persons from the surrounding country Are present n o fears Are entertained As to the unfaithfulness of the slaves but a military guard is still Koptur fearing an attempt to Rescue the prisoners. Consternation exists among the slaves of used by a fear of being soiled like those of colonel Washington. They firmly believe that the object of the prisoners was to carry them South and sell them. Not a single slave has yet been implicated As even sympathizing with the . Those carried off have All been captured and returned to their masters. Cannon Are stationed in front of the court House and an armed guard is patrolling around the jail. Captain Brown has consented to allow messes. Faulkner and bolts to not As his counsel ther ass Rinir him that they will defend and dive him the Adol every privilege that the Law will allow Stevens Dollares he has no desire to be de fended by Northern counsel preferring South Ern and that the court should name them. There is a decided sympathy for Stevons not Only on account of his sufferings but also be cause be has shown none of that Vinyl tire nes s and Hardihood that Brown. His regret is regarded As of used by the Monse Queno is of his Folly. The examination yesterday indicated that the other prisoners have lost their Confidence in Brown and Are. Not disposed to follow him la his defiant course. Twelve o clock court reassembled Tho jury reported a True Bill against the prisoners and was discharged. Charles b. Harding assisted by Andrew Hunter represent Tho Commonwealth Charles j. Faulkner and Lawson bolts counsel for the prisoners. True Bill read Agal Steach prisoner first for conspiring with negroes to produce insurrection second for treason to the common wealth and third for murder. The prisoners were brought into court by a body of armed men. Brown looked somewhat better his eyes not being so much stolen. Stere Shad to be supported and Reol Loed on a mattress on the court room floor evidently unable to sit up he has Al most Tho Appe Ranoo of a dying Man breath ing with difficulty and panting Tor breath. Before Reading the arraignment Hunter called the attention of the court to the Neces sity of appointing additional counsel Lor the prisoners stating that one of the counsel Faulkner was appointed by the county court and considering his duty in that opacity As having ended had left the prisoners there fore had no other counsel than Botts. If the court was about to assign then other counsel it might be proper to do to now. The court stated that it would Giro then any members of the bar they might select. After consulting Captain Brown or. Botts said that Tho prisoner retained him and desired to have or. Green artist him. If the court would accede to that arrangement it would be i by agreeable to him personally. J the court requested to act is counsel for the prisoners Apt be contented to do so., Brown arose and Eaid a do not intend to detain the court hut merely with to Eay As i have been promised a fair up that i am not now in circumstances that enable me to attend a trial owing to the state of my health. I have a severe injury in the Back or rather in one kidney which in Feeba me very much. But i am doing Well and i Only ask for a very Short delay of my trial and i think i May get Able to listen to it and 1 merely ask this that a the saying is the Devil my have his Daes no Mote. I with to aay further that my hear ing is impaired and rendered indistinct in consequence of the wounds i have about my head. I Oan not heat distinctly at All. Ifould not hear what the court said this morning. I would be glad to hear what is said on my trial and i am now doing better than i could expect so that seeing that under the Circum stances a very Short time would be All i would ask. I do not presume to ask More than a very Short delay so that i May in some de Gree recover and be Able at least to listen to my trial and hear what questions Aro asked of the citizens and what their answers Are. If that could be allowed me should be very much obliged.". I. To. J Hunter said the request was rather Prema Ture the arrangements Otid be made and this question could then be considered the court ordered the indictment to be read so that each prisoner could plead guilty or not guilty and it would then consider Brown s request. The prisoners were compelled to stand daring the arraignment Brown also standing. Brown stood up with difficulty and Ste Vens was held upright by two bailiffs. A. Porte Crayon was present ind took sketches of the prisoners As thus the Reading of the indictment occupied about Twenty minutes. The prisoners each responded to the usual Queetie not guilty and desired to be tried sep Rotoly. Or. Faulkner the state Electa to try John Brown. The court his condition must be inquired into. J or. Bolls 1 am instructed to Eay by or. Brown that to is mentally and physically unable to priced in his trial at this time. He has also heard that counsel of his own Choice will will be Hore whom to will of course prefer. He asks orly for a delay of two or three Days. It seems to me but a reasonable request and i hops the court will Grant it,., or. Hunter said he did not think it the duty of the Commonwealth or any one of cud ing that position to oppose by thing that Justice required nor to object to anything that involved a simple consideration of humanly where it could be prop Erly allowed yet in regard to this proposition to delay ithe trial of John Brown one two or three Days they t emed it their duty that the court before determining the mat should be put in Possession of fact and circumstance judicially that they were were of in the line of their ditties As prosecutor. His own opinion a that it was not proper to delay Tho trial of this prisoner for a single Day and that Thero was no Neces sity for it. He alluded in general terms to the condition of things with which they Are now surrounded being such As rendered it dangerous to say nothing of Tho exceeding pre Tsuro upon the physical Reto urics of our Community growing out of Tho circumstances connected with the affairs for which the prisoners Are to be tried and that our Law in making special provisions for allowing a briefer time Hen usual in Case of conviction for such offenders within the discretion of the court Between condemnation and execution evidently indicates indirectly the necessity for acting promptly and decisively though always justly in proceedings of this kind in reference to the physical condition of Brown he asked the court not to receive in important statements of the prisoners As sufficient ground for delay but that the jailor and physician be examined. As to expecting counsel from abroad he said no impediment bad been thrown in the Way of the prisoners procuring such counsel As they desired but on the contrary Evory facility had been afforded. Able and intelligent counsel had been assigned them Here and he apprehended there was Little reason to expert the attendance of these gentlemen from the North who bad been written to. There was also a Public duty rest ing upon them to avoid As far As possible within the Fotima of t a Law with reference to the great and Princi ple i. Giving a fair and impartial trial to the prisoner. The introduction of anything Likely to weaken our position and to give strength to our enemies abroad whether it issued from the jury or whether it comes from the Mouth of the prisoner or any other source it was their position that in Boen imperilled and jeopardised As they Sui More by enemies., i or. Hur Ling concurred in the objection of or. Hunter on the ground of danger in delay also Beo tue lir own was the Leader of the insurrection und his trial aught to be proceeded with on account of the advantage thereby accruing of the trial of the others. J or. Green remarked that he had enjoyed no Opportunity for consulting with the prisoner or prop Wing a defense. The letters for Northern of umbel had been sent off but sufficient time bad not been afforded to receive answers. Under the circumstances he the ought a Short Dolay desirable. ,. Or. Botts added that at present the excite ment was so great As perhaps to deter Northern counsel from coming but now that it had been promised that the prisoners were to have a fair and impartial trial he presumed they would come and take part in the Case the court stated that if physical inability was Shewn a reasonable delay must be granted. As to Tho expectation of other counsel that did not constitute a sufficient Yauae for delay As there was no certainty about them coming. Under the Sircum stances in which the prisoners were situated it was natural that they should seek delay. The Brief period remained before the close of the term of the court rendered it necessary to proceed As expeditious a was pro thoame and to be cautious about granting delays he would request the physio a who bad attended Brown to testify As to his condition. Something More about Brown. Charlestown october 26. Brown has made no Oon fission but on the contrary says that he has full Confidence in the goodness of god and that he is confident he will Rescue him from the perils that sur round him. He says that he has bad rifles aimed at him knives at Hia Throat end Hie life in a great peril As it now is but that god has always been at his Side. He knows that god is with him and fears nothing. Alexander Boteler member of Congress elect from tills District has ool Leopod five thousand one Hundred Lotters from the Citi Zens residing in the neighbourhood of Brown s House who searched it before the arrival of Tho marines. Letters Are also in Possession of Andrew Hunter who has also a number of letters obtained from the House by the marines and other parties. Among them is a Roll of conspirators containing forty seve n signatures also a receipt from Horace Gree Ley for letters te., received from Brown and an accurately traced map from Chambers Bur g to Brown s House also a copy of a let. Tor from brawn stating that the arrival of too Many Mena Tonce would excite suspicion and that they should arrive singly also a letter signed Merriam stating that if $20,000 was wanted a. was Good for Brown tolls them to let women write letters not Tho men. There is also a letter from j. E. Cook stating that Tho Maryr land election was about to come off the peo ple will become excited and we will get some of the candidates to join our Side. Examination of a supposed insurgent. Penn., october 26. The Man under arrest of suspicion of being concerned in the Harper s ferry insurrection was this afternoon brought before judge Gra Ham on a writ of. Hareas Corpus. Judge Watt s presented a warrant from the governor of Pennsylvania upon a requisition of the governor of Virginia for the delivery of a fugitive from Justice named Albert Jia Lett. There was no positive evidence to identify the prisoner As the person named in the acquisition but it was proved that the pistols in his Possession when arrested were of the same manufacture As those used by the insurgents and that his dress and appearance Cor responded with the description Given by a person who bad seen Hatlett at Harper s ferry. Yaj. I arrival of the Steamer Jason two Days later. St. Johns a f., october 26. The Baa ship Jao from Ihn 17th, arrived her advices Are two Days later than those by the Persia. The american minister was courteously received at Pekin and it was expected that he would tend Home the ratified treaty by the next mail. It was expected that the heat Ruter would leave for Portland on the 24th of october the negotiations before Tho Zurich Confer ence were still pending. F j i Kansas politics. October 26. The Jie Moorati. State convention at Lawrence yesterday nominated Sain. Medary for governor John. P. Slough for lieutenant governor John a. Haldeman for member to Congress and Williams the present associate judge for chief Justice " j i burning of a Railroad Bridge. Ky., october 26. The Bridge Over the River Elk hdm on the Lexington and Louisville Railroad was. Destroyed by Are this evening 1 lost estimated at Between 13,000 and $4,000. " " Igov. Wise sends a requisition for Cook. October 26. Gov. Wise has dispatched a requisition to the governor of Pennsylvania for the custody of Caps. Cook arrested lost night near Cham Kersburg tier a " a n i capt. Cook again. Pa., october gov. Packer has promptly ordered that Apt. John Cook now ooh led in the Chambersburg prison and Nazlett in the Carlisle prison be delivered up to the authorities of Virginia for trial it " Dixon s sugar Coate d pills. Purely vegetable and pleasant to use. Meta Amitta to be the Best Tully Pill in on. Prepared Only aum Coroner of fifth and s. Special. Notices. Cincinnati Lodge no. 133. F. Find a. Al. Hts i Femme Infra. Tin unit ode. This Eval ing Cloher i7, at 7 o clock far work. All Brethren la Kocol Tenn line Are invited to be reef it. By Ord ii the ". Jat Ekbom Blank soc r., Otthat or. s Csaji East Donavian bloo.1 pills and blood purls it re s positive cure for dope so is proved by numerous Toetly Odwalt la twin a lectors Pius Salon which can be examined at lilt Ollre to 6 Kant fourth Street by by Ope any Elmo. Orl a i. O. O. K the of Ficks Ariit Romh. Of 1.flmati. Ill it Ludo. No. Is. Are Timbo Noii flail torn if my a Road ill met Lam of to i a eld Lodge on Hilt suck kit in syjing 27th october. A Punk Mil it Komlance. Earn Eitl y it red. A t Bih Nom we i came he fire the Lodge. Brothers of Tuo order or fraternally invited to attend by order of the Lodge. Walter Jones n. a is Matt p. Vasei chapped hands. Pace an. A i. Hutu Cly free from All unpleasant odor and Ai it poas n remarkable heeling properties it is the almost Nelv Krasl favorite with those persons who Are troubled with chapped hands. Amandine. We Challenge n comparison of our article with any Broi ight to this Market. We always have a Freeh not Lyle on band. Of Cream of rob4, . Conan fitly preparing those a Lirles and Rafn Rulith a fresh Supply at any time. Holun Palmer agr it Maudio Tum and importer of per Unior no. ."4 went fourth Stree t. 0cl Fine toilet m a. Do your handle and a appriarb7 More than a Skoly it i Cauca a Brihn soap you use. Then . Ton May Pom Lily and an article that will keep your skin uni Ouin during the Mildest weather we elect our look with Especial Refert or e to this Quality and it is now larger and More Complete than usual. Holon Palmer agent importer of Porf Quiery Ocso no at West Vuu rth circe to special i notices. C l Oak s and shawls 3itexr styles m Lovday october 24. Cole & Hopkins Tore Obj Jer of fifth and Mai office of the passes Orr Railroad Liu Giraur of i 8. W. Cornero third and. T is ift.l9.-t he Road is now open t Ara will Start at intervals of minutes trom 6 30. M. In. Til Midnight running eastward on third Stre ool ,0 , and on a Perth Stroe t to Smith and on fifth Stra Owoo siskins will please Bear in mind that the care will invariably Eros intersecting streets before stopping for Paa Angera. R eclat f James j. Bobbins president Fig Kennedi s medical Covert la acknowledged by the most eminent physicians and by the most careful the United states to Beth Moat effectual Evor known and to have relieved More suit luring and effected More permanent cures than 2nf preparation known to the profession. Scrod la halt a begin Erya Polas Bald Hea needy eruption of whatsoever nature Are cured by a few bottles Aneth system Rosin and to Lull strength and vigor. Inland explicit direction for Liec Neof ulcerated forelegs and Wocl running ulcers la Given inthe pamphlet with each bottle. For Sale by Joun d. Kwrsi111? Kokstein & jo., and be Ortts a. I new advertisements. Jul 0,1 t a j sewing machine removed to o no "fml.,., j is 0.,no. 77, fourth Stree Cincinnati Ohio. In a to in Lor i Pill Reward the undersigned or Lor a Reward of one Hundred and fifty dollars for the. Arrest of Cord Ullie and the return of the Money taken by Lihn while Mon Reni Onui Ewen inel. Be la Anont i dark comp elected Small guide whiskers Inlall face and eyes thick thumbs Aat aged about thai x years. To is a Derouin. And Speaks broken Angush. . Lai Jib co., 106 Pearl Aud 117 third state t. ?7a but Rhino it Jid Lamphenk it Supply always on hand oc27a in Oati. A Waii i Oil and. Fluid lamps. A Grgo Supply fur Sale at the lowest rates 1aqj lilt a liu., ofa7a " " West Potash Grieb and Castor oil20 Niks Potash 70 Bru. Assorted glue " in urls. Mime Castor Oil for Saleby to. Ba1itlett co.,oc27a ,. 2 West front Street. Spirits Tatj Pentino. 60 i Bartlett a co., oc27a Wei t Roni Street. Rem it talc of. S. To England Iii Tijano. 1 Ito Rutland and a e9, Bills on Spooner attw00d is co., London Rozal Bank of Ireland National Bank of Scotland in Sams of i and upwards.,., Tow Exchange on Franco and Germany. James M Kline & co., Ojst Doc no. 17 weat third Nutret a tabs ladies can make their Sele from a very Choice Stoch. Ninafa Cunrod from new and Well fies soued Kirns Kip Essly for our retail Trade comprising is the styles and grades of fur Antn a Reann Nabili prices j. C. Towers & co. " Fiat tech and fi1urim18,to. 149 Imeln tree t. Oc22 one door below fourth. For Evert description " or v stationery stationery. Stationery Prinino printing printing to to i s Kix Obj s new Nui Din Cvine Street opposite the pos Tollice Ogemaw new advertisements t 1 " Iossa Tii in Tut Cuyler West fourth strip Stoml ab1uval8 of Silks Sims Silks which we offer at great bargains. these Doods were purchased uncommonly Lew Ana Are offered at prices to defy Competition. Porol Aaan ure invited to sail Aud examine them. Ladies cloaks and shawls. A Large and varied Stock of velvet. Deaver and cloth us tub Uro be Stella. Plaid Wool and shawls together with All the latent nov Ottlo a in fancy cloaks and shawls. & if n Wool dress stuffs in Delaine and Cash Reese Bobes Dellanos. Merinous. Plaid of Obj ii Waii Axi printed flannels for cents babes sin blown a Lut of to Brij of ill am bit k Junt in. Deweil Deland Gossage & Cuyler 74 West for Ali Stree t. Oppos1tk Pike s Opuba-h0u8 " Tomt t h to c l o Ai k. A 15 if i r j it air cloaks cloaks i i in set Lily r in Quality. in Celtib Aptak. I Lod Ollam fifi. No i 13 dollars n o s. I."5 Lollar. ,. Is Ifo Hiarm 30 Ilo Law 33 Llo Lar we 3s- Ollaf Vii i .ic.r, to Dpi Lar of us Dollar of i a the. In r f j j la Venice Laj Uliuli l a a Juls at All the above or Lea. Milan wrapper in i i iat All the above i. Brio at All the above proles l u a " i it i. I Pio Neov cloak Harac Rizor ". Ii. I. A. I.r0r". " Fie once Lewis. Direct it i1 a j opposite Hie Posto Allce. ?i-ain2p l m school of design of Ihbe. O h l of ill to the fourth session of theand Ola sea will come hence on tuesday kvkn1nu, november 1, consisting of the Fol lowing departments abtibt10. Including Oil print Lii Poe and Crayon lira Long . And the school will be under the charge of John a Boley or. George Tyburn. Or. W. V. Osra enter and or j. R.hiilon. All applications Tor Ere limited mint be made by monday october is at i lie Fly Fri Institute where Kolfs Chi be further incur Viallon Given. By order of the c onit Niue. ,. ,.John ii. Hejl la f 10htb k Bradbury s new i am this aay receiving some or me quote nor Ivalieu pianos. Also some of William Nabea tv.,Nna other Rood makers. All of which 1 nil id. Vuu Witia in till no will rant Anri Iha .1 n. A. Do. N. T. M. I Tush ?4 West fourth Stree largest Stock of Melodeon in the Eity. Oc24 pianos at no. 68 West fourth Hazleton St Brothers Peters Orsett i w w. I , of w. Oil i Iii t sold at prices that can not Tail to i g t nit Fri Rush n Mill my lot 9 at the rent pay for the piano. J. Attu Loii largest Etoi of Melodeon Aln the Jim. Ocz4 " Lane so Bool of Wood Workin g machinery and circular saw Mills Corner Laad water ta.,,u. A or Fil Ranklin Type and . Ailison . -. La plug materials Osl i kinds i of Tine i tree

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