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THE DAILY PRESS.
UUEMMY REBO & CO.,
bmvmm a, nmnmi.
..... SEPTEMBER 3
I.krrRtwe nd Whlaky Inapeello..
The Enquirer grumbles t the appointment
. Whisky Injector, . The grounds npou
vile it ground! iU grounds of complaint
re that ft tnnjority of them are He publicans,
(he-minority an American, and that the
Democrats bare ao representation In fbe in
spectorship; also that R. Dclavan Muaeev, of
the Qeuette editorial staff, is one of the new
Inspectors. The Enquirer says that with one
eicepiioo eTery single Whisky Inspector is
political Lincoln worshiper, and swears by
Lincoln and Joba Brown, and takes his text
ttvm IheRepublican Platform. We are unable
to see bow this incapacitates these gentlemen
for inspecting whisky. According to the
correspondent of the Oommerciat, "on the cir
cuit of the Contentions," the consumption of
vhuskv at the construction of the Chicago
Platform, showed that the ancient Demo
cratic mantle bad descended on the Republi
These appointments, whatever their com
plexion, are the fruits oi the Ferguson Bill,
a measure rery Vigorously pushed by the
united Democratic delegation from Hamilton
County, and certainly ft Democratic journal
should not complain. As to the appoint
ment of a gentleman of the editorial pro
feiwion to the office of Whisky Inspector, it
strikes us as one eminently fit to be made.
The Enquirer seems to apprehend that Dem
ocratic whisky will not be guarded from
strychnine and other adulterations. If there
were any reasonable ground for this, the
pprehenlon would be natural; but a little
reflection on Uie impossibility of drawing
party lines in whisky will quiet any such
- The literary profession is closely allied to
fpiritous beverages. It is sufficient merely
o allude to the long line of illustrious writers
who bare 'refreshed their inspiration from
the convivial bowl, and even Holmes speaks
of ft bowl af pHnch as a necessary nccom-
ftaoinimt to a circle of friends. It seems to
us tliat tbis appointment places a literary
msn in a congenial position, and is eminently
the right man in the right place. Besides,
It. Dclavan Mussey adds to his other distinc
tions that of General of the Wide Awakes,
vrlioso emblem is an eye very wide open.
The emblem of the whisky retailers is a
similar eye, of a red hue, showing a close re
lation between the two, and still further
proviug the fitness of the appointment.
The National Fair is usually accompanied
y ft swarm of speculators, of various sorts,
who live chiefly by their wits. One of these
operations is the printing of ftdvertising
:eta during the fair, with pretensions of
it.w oaing magnitude, all of which depend on
whether enough advertisements can be
gathered off the unsophisticated, to make it
pay to print the paper. Some of these
schemes pretend that the officers of the fair
arc connected with them.
'. It would seem almost unnecessary to say
that none of the officers of the Society are in
oy way responsible for" these projects.
Persons who pay for such advertising, cast
their bread upon Tery uncertain waters, and
trust more to luck than is safe for
ft sharp man. Yet we presume that many of
the exhibitors, and of our own citizens, who
tftrely venture an advertisement In the reg
ular nape1! will invest in these schemes,
without reflecting that the circulation of
sjomo of the city papers is three or four times
a great as any probable issue of any of these
-. Knowing some thing about the machinery
required merely to circulate a paper largely,
we Can say that there is no probability that
any transient paper can reach within 10,000
Of the regular circulation of the Daily Pbkss,
while the extra numbers which we shall cir
culate during the Fair, will probably equal
any number of any transient paper that can
te properly distributed. " i
The Democratic Nominations.
The Democratic County Convention will
i held on Tuesday. The officers to be elected
this fall are Sheriff, Clerk of Court, Judge of
Probate, Auditor, Prosecutiag-Attorney,
.County Commissioner, besides the Congress
men.. These county offices are rather mag
nificent in the way of pay, and should com
jnand the highest capacity; while in unscru
pulous bands they afford great opportunities
for public plunder. This county election is
vastly more important to the people of
'Hamilton County than the election of Presi
dent " The Enquirer says that if "the Democratic
.Convention puts forward ft weak and in
competent ticket it will surely be beaten.
That, we take it, is the happiest condition of
parties that can be expected. We would be
glad if no party could ever carry a weak
and incompetent nomination. Inasmuch as
it is announced on high authority that none
lut the beat men can succeed, we hope to see
the Democratic Convention put forward men
'of such character as will command the con
fidence of the community. For our part,
'Although we do not meddle with party nomi-
'nations, and may not with party elections
where there is nothing but party to make
ay choice between candidates, yet we shall
ie our bumble efforts against the election of
iy candidates of either party, whom we
,uay regard unfit, and against the conttuua
iou of any known abuses of office.
An Agricultural Showman.
J fThe Otftuinbus Cultivator judges "from the
Fuv k-twisted style of msoagenient, and utter
unreadiness of precaution, the National
J';ir is about 'played out' in advance
' CviiSid.-fiug that the editor's enlightened
oJer nation was made about a month before
t!erair,it would seem that his 'judgment "
1 tuaJt fe iired by vary anxious wish. Let
the) CuMimtvr -etkk 4o Uie legitimate, in
,-ekag tip the State Fair, but tor the sake
- ef common decency let not these high-toned
egtioult jiifts descend to the small tricks of
tue small showmen, in disparaging each
, oUeni' exhibitions;
Qeenaa gave an exhibition at New Haven,
and was AtteateJ for It under the. statute
prohibiting the shows - of " mountebanks,
.tumblerm, tcvpoppet-sbows, w fets of nn.
.- Cftamoo dexterity, agility of body; " for be
it remembered Connecticut maintains its
4rutui circuses are unlawful, Punch
Aad iui are wiuked, and no man must have
any "iiacuwotoa agiiity of body." It i$ ni
fa thrre for any body to be as "smart" as
lc- (ell it n tue j ta.
The Devil's Harvest.
A correspondent of the Baptist Watehmm
and Eejltetor, from Cincinnati, wT-itiiTg of the
summer desertion of the churches by the
pastors, sayss j -X f
"Many of the churches are closed for the
summer, those open are thinly attended,
while the 'summer-gardens' are full and the
street-cars do a thriving business on Sun
days. Perhaps this ft altogether right,
but provokes an Inquiry that I will not now
press." . , .
We have never hoard that the devil aban
doned his post during the warm season, or
ceased his harvest of souls, or that he ever
manifested any taste for the springs, or for
sea-bathing. The only Instance that we
have in Scripture of his taking to the sea, was
when he entered the swine and was carried
in with them, and we have reason to suppose
that then It was against his will. If, as we
are credibly informed, it requires all the
energies of our clergymen to prevent his
prevailing over mankind, how he must be
gathering them Into his net during the sum
mer absence of the clergyl How sad it is to
think that the harvest-time should also be
the time of the devil's harvest of souls!
But there is one defender of mankind that
never abandons its post. The Sgndat Prkss
defies the devil in summer's heat or winter's
cold. It was undoubtedly the confidence
that the clergy of this city felt thnt their
flocks would be safe under the protection of
the Press, that permitted them to leave their
post on the battlements for a while, to recruit
nature, exhausted by the labors of a long
siege. We shall continue to maintain the
breach with "our four-cylinder" against the
devil and all his works, until our "brave as
sociates,'' the "partners of our toil, our feel
ings and our fame," return to our assist
ance, refreshed like young giants, when with
their aid we hope to be able to resume the
: Tns Columbus Cultivator, in his exhorta
tion to visitors to the State Fair, says, "See,
hear and ask questions ; especially do not
fail to cross palms with the editor of the
Ohio Cultivator" A slight infelicity of ex
pression prevents ft full understanding of
the editor's meaning. He means, do not fail
to "cross the palm'' of the editor of the
Description op the Steam Carriaue or
Earl Caithness. The steam carriage in
which the k.irl of Caithness has been travel-
in? in Scotland, has in front all the appear
ance of an ordinary open carriage which
can be covered when required. It is mounted
on three wheels much after the fashion of a
perambulator, the front or guiding wheel
being fitted on a pivot below the body of the
carriage, so as to be turned by the steering
handle in the direction required. The wheels
are of small diameter, and in width of rim
are fullv double those of ordinary carriages.
The boiler and engine are behind, with a seat
lor me Bluster, wuubo uccujraiiun is out mucil
more cleanly than that of stokers in general.
The boiler may contain from sixty to seventy
gallons of water, and requires to be replen
ished every hour, or at about every ten miles'
distance, as the consumption of water is
about a gallon per minute on nn average.
The engine is nine-horse power, and is so
constructed that the boiler and engine to
gether occupy a very small space, only about
five feet or so of the leneth of the carrinee
being thus taken up. The cost of the whole
is about 200. The consumption of coal is
quite small, about eigjiit pounds per mile.
No hindrance is experienced, as was antici
pated, from the frightening of horses when
Dnssine so unusual a vehicle. The fire is
entirely concealed from the view of an animal
approaching in front, and the top of the
fuioke-funuel onlv rises a little above the
heads of those seated in the carnage, and is
not by any means a source of terror to our
New Coixagi Machinery in England.
Some new and ingenious machinery has been
constructed, in order to produce the new
coinage of a bronze alloy, issued by the
British Government. The pair of cncriiie3
employed are upon an Improved direct action
principle, and of fifty-horse power. The
frames are vertical instead of horizontal, it
being supposed that strength and some other
advantages are thus gained. The cylinders
are of twenty inches diameter, the stroke
being four feet. The fly-wheel has a diame
ter of eighteen feet, and weighs thirteen
tuns; and the engines being intended to
make from thirty-six to forty revolutions a
minute, the wheel will be speeded to sixty
revolutions. The power will be given off
from the axle, close to the fly-wheel, so that
little or no checking strain shall fall upon
the engines. The two boilers are each twenty
feet long and five feet six inches in diameter,
with a two-feet-nine-inch circular flue, fitted
for firing at each end, so as to insure more
rapid production of steam, and an almost
complete nurning ot smoKe.
Sohetbinq about Bertanl Peonle are
wondering who Bertanl is ever since the
papers announced that, in consequence of his
mission, Austria had made a hostile demon
stration against Piedmont. Bortani, then, is
a Oenoese physician, and Uarlbaldi 8 inti
mate friend and lieutenant. He was left
behind at Genoa to forward recruits and
munitions of war,andallthe re-enforcements,
bv the aid of which Garihaldi has heen ena
bled to prosecute the war so vigorously, have
been eupplied by Bertanl. He is, moreover,
a diplomat of the first order, and through
him Garibaldi has corresponded with King
. ictor tnimanuei. Hence the tnreatening
attitude of Austria. It is said that Bertaui
left Genoa on the night of the 8th uk, with
one of the last expeditions of the Dictator,
whose army now numbers 40,000 men. To
meet this force Francis II can muster 80,000;
but it is supposed that only foreign mer
cenaries, (Swiss and Austrian) numbering
iu all about 12,000 troops, will remain loyal
to the king.
Gasisaldi's Soldier Monk at Melazzo.
The following we clip from the letter of an
American in Italy, published in an Eastern
The renowned Father Giovanni Garibal.
dig soldier-monk, displayed great courage at
the battle of Melazzo. Inarmed, only bear
ing the cross in his hand, be ran along the
ranks, cheering and animating the volun
teers to the tight, constantly shouting to
them, " Fear not, God is on our side! Mark
I, his minister, am the foremost to expose
myself to the grapeshot and the volley of
musketry, yet I remain unscathed. Charge,
Italians, charge I" . And still, as he shouted,
he waved aloft the cross. Setting them this
example, and repeating aloud passages from
Scripture, he cheered on the soldiers to some
purpose, it must be owned, as by their in
domitable courage they carried the strong
position of Meluzzo.
A Notorious Person Imprjsorko roa
Libel. David Wemyss Jobaon, who some
time since obtained some notoriety in New
York, and whose trial in London for a libel
njon Sir James Ferguson, attracted consid
erable attention, has been sentenced to im
prisonment and bard labor for twelve
months, with subsequent security on account
of the said libel.
Virginia Prepabins roa Another "Raid."
Governor Letcher has closed a contract with
Messrs. Jos. B. Anderson k Co., of the Trede
gar Works, at Eichmond, to ht up the new
State Armory of Virginia with sufficient
machinery for manufacturing annually 0,000
rifled muskets, the entire contract to be com
pleted at a cost to the State of $156,000.
Extent or the European National Dkrt.
The debts of the several States of Europe,
at the close of June, 1860, were as follows:
Great Britain, $5,306,000,000; France, lr
80,000,000i Russia, $l,740O0,0Kl5 Austria,
$1,000,000, 000; Spain, $1,050,000,000; Prussia,
$iM.UK),0O0i Portugal, $100,000,000; Turkey,
$::,(0,(((r, Belgium, $100,000,000.
LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Hon. A. H. Stephens's Speech.
August A. Ga September 1. -An immense
audience of ladies and gentlemen assembled
at the City Hall Park to-day, to hear the
Hon. A. IT. Stephens speak. Mr. Stephens
said he was for Douglas and Johnson the
regular nominees, whether Uonglas received
two thirds of the Electoral vote or not, ac
cording to the usages of the party, he received
a two-tlurds vote ot the Convention ana ne,
(Stephens) supported the time-honored plat
form of non-intervention; the only principle
luui uuu preserve uu vuum. xmc uuje-.nmie
urged against Douglas were, that he refused
to say it was the duty of Congress to do what
thev would not do tliemfelves. Douglas re
fused to sav it was the dntv ot Coneress to
pass laws to protect slavery in the Territories,
hence Lhey oppose him.
Additional from California—Arrival of the
New YoRi.Scpt. 2. The steamship North
ern Light brings California advices to Aunist
11, ana yj4,uuu in goia ana oags n asuoe
The principal consignees are Wells, Fargo
& Co, $20,000. California news is antici
pated. Forty Americans from San Fran
cisco, bound to Honduras, arrived in a Rus
sian brig at Launon. Valparaiso advices re
port that part of the wall of Tanteon had
given away and eight persons killed. Gold
mines bad been discovered near Parta, caus
ing much excitement. Equader advices
state that Franco has been defeated by
New York Items.
New York, September 2. A Sunday
paper asserts positively that Heonan and
Morrissey will fight previously to the Dth
of March, and probably in January, for
$10,000 a side.
A suspicious-looking fast-sailing brig, hav
ing on board a large quantity of rice and
lumber, besides water-casks beyond the or
dinary nnmber, left the Atlantic Dock.
Brooklyn, on Friday last It is reported
that she took her departure for the coast of
Africa, for the purpose of returning to the
western shores of the Atlantic with a cargo
of negroes. Bumor adds that two or three
other brigs and bars have recently hauled
out from the same rendezvous, and proceeded
on similar voyages.
Louisville. September 29:30 P. M. River
risingwith four feet nine inches in the canal.
Weather cloudy and raining prospects for a
wet night mercury 5
Philadelphia, September 2. The steam
frigate l'owhattan passed Cape Island this
The Chicago (111.) Journal observes:
" I feel the daisies ero irinff over me," said
the dying poet, and solemn yet beautiful was
To mingle tuus witn ri autre in ner sweet
est forms of life, is not to die ; it is, as if the
passing of tne soul through a vestibule of
June's own building, on, to the inner gates
ot farad lse.
To be wafted to the air on the crimson
wings of fire ; to leave a little dust for token,
in the bottom of an urn, is not like lying, a
weary child at rest, close folded in the bosom
of the earth.
To lie beneath a billowed maple on a hill
side, green and sloping to the sun, with birds
a singin g in the bough3, and threshold flowers
soft tolling in the air, is no unpleasant thought.
The fever of the world all post, its strifes all
drifted over, even as the cloud that sheds a
shadow on the spangled heap, and passes on
To turn Immortal with the Arctic touch,
and wear the seamless robe of winter, tor a
shroud; to have the tear that parting wrings
from trembling Nature, lie, like an imperish
able jewel on the cheek of death, has little
To be let gently down, some pleasant
summer s night, into tne cleft crystal ot a
lake, to one s lost sleep, would not be to bid
the light " good by." For there, as if in the
lower sphere of the finithed Heaven, the form
should lie. nmoncr the doubles of the stars.
and the shimmering of the moon. The dawn
should redden there, and the great sun move
quenchless through the waters ; it would not
De oeyona tne nignt ot day that burial
place, and yet below the storm, that wrecks
both sea and BKy.
Two Pugilistic Foihrn Appiabino in the
Public Pbints. There is a difficulty between
Australian Kelly ana Van Kerrigan, tne
nrinciuals in a recent nrize-ficht. Kellv was
declared to be defeated by reason of bis strik-
ing a loul diow, and now lie comes into tne
newspapers, denouncinir his umpire for an
unfair decision, and offering to thrash the
burly Kerrigan for an enlarged amount of
capital. Kerrigan has replied, speaking in
rather disparaging terms of Kelly s prowess,
Dut otienng to ngnt mm for ti.uuo. Ker
rigan says he is S sailor by profession, and
neve fights except under certain favorable
A Jest upon ax American Falstaf.
When Mi-s. B, the actress, was making a
summer excursion in the country, she was
accompanied by her husband, and A party
of bis and her friends. One of these was Mr.
. formerly a pilot on the Boston station.
who had laughed and grown fat so long that
he baa became, like woolsey, a "man ot un
bounded stomach." Some one asked. "Who
is this large man in Mrs. B.'s suite?" "That,"
said his informant, "is Mr. : he is a pilot."
' J-iactly, was tbe response, 1 should think
he was pauncheous Pilate!" ,
A Poor Girl 'Bkatkn by a Human and
Bittsn by A C.mikb Criatubi. A young
girl made complaint to tbe New York police
a few days since that she had been terribly
beaten by tbe keepers (a man and wile) or
disreputable house, where she had been en
gaged as a servant, because she would not
submit to their base proposals. Also that
dog had been set upon her, the animal biting
her through the hand. I twos only after
desperate struggle that she escaped from tbe
Cknscs of Grbat Britain to bi Takik.
The London Titntt sayg that the new acts
tor taking tbe census in Ungland and ire
hind next April, have been issued. The act
for Scotland has not yet received the royal
assent. There is nothing as to "religious
professions" in the English act, but there
in the one relating to Ireland. The census
is te be laid before Parliament within twelve
months after next June. '
A Man Poisoned with Lobklia. Bennett
Hurley died very suddenly at Freehold, New
Jersey, last week, from taking an overdose
r i i i , r . l i t i T
ui mucin, jie ii au ueeu uuviug vnu vuuie,
and took tbe lobelia as a remedy tuerelor,
He took fifteen grains in divided doses of Leu
and five, and after that a quantity of castor
oil. He died a short time after taking tbe
A Fort. iiati Artist. Frank Bellew, the
clever caricaturist and comic artist, who has
been for some years in tbis tonntry, we now
see it stated, is on tor native Aueland. bav
ins received the appointment of uavmaater
to tbe militia, tbe salary attached to which
aooul tz,ooo a year, and tue duties ot wbicu
win not interiors witn tbe pursuit or bis ar
Abcndaxce op Pkachks in Illinois. The
Galena (Illinois) Courier is informed that
peacb crop in the southern Dart ot tbatMtate
is immense. A ridge in Union and Jackson
Counties, twenty miles long and from five
seven miles wide, will produce at least
1,000,000 bushels, a large amount of which
will oe oistiiiea.
Fatal Appray m V iauisiA. A few days
since, Richard Washington, overseer on
farm of Jtmes Temple, in Prince Georee
County, Virginia, was shot dead in a quarrel
with Mr, Meyers, the owner of an adjoining
farm, the consequence of controversy about
tue dividing line.
Tail op a Pcnnsylyania Bridok. The
Middletowt(Pa.) Journal states that the first
spau of the aqueduct bridge over the 8wa
tara, at that' place, fell last Monday night,
with a tremendous crash. It has been iu
unsafe coudilioa for a year past.
, The Naval Force op France and En
gland. A writer in the ComtitHtionnel shows
that while, in 1850, France spent 125,000,000
trance on her navy, England spent 294,000,
000; and that, in I860, France Upent 124,000,
000, and England spent 320,500,000 francs.
On the 1st of August, inst, England had 63
steamships of the Tine, 41 steam-frigates, and
358 smaller steam vessels making a total of
492. France had only a total of 208, of which
35 were ships of the line, 38 frigates, and 103
smaller vessels.- England has in service 199
sailing war-vessels of all sizes, and France
only 124. . Furthermore, there are probably
ten times 'as many vessels building on the
English stocks as on the French atocks. It
would appear from this that the English
clamor about the "immense naval prepara
tions of France" is very absurd.
S Gu Btovet at Chester's Ten-room.
arcIotlilntKDOvated and repaired at JC.l W. 5th
MP Ohmtmi'S Tea-roomi, curt side of Walnut,
below Fifth, up Ulr. '
Mrcietbes renovated and repaired, 130 W. Birth.
VOlothlni renovated nd repaired, M 1. Third.
SJVCARrKifTKa's cheap Pictures, W fifth -itrMt,
WW Good Ptctnrei in can for 15 cents, at Arris
oath's Mammoth Gsllerr. Fifth and Main, anl-tf
T A. A. ETSTia, Clocks, Wstches and Jewelry,
Not S4S and 171 Central arenne.
mr Pictnrea for ten cents at Jonsos's Gsllerr
FOSTER.-Septemlier !, of dlptherla, Emma
Jenny, only daughter of Darld and Martha A ros
ter, nged twentr months slid two days.
The friends of the family are invited to attend
the funeral this dy, Beptembor S, at t o'clock P.
M , from 278 Geore.st.
Wedding and Visiting Cards
Knffraved and Printed, Si ais and Presses; De La Bue
Stationery and Envelopes. QT
(Successors to H. H Shipley A Ilro.,)
!i'J West Fourth-etreot.
BCB-GENKRAL JOHN JWC WAKfN WIt.T,
1.. . V.,l,,ll f,,r IMU NTY COMMIMllOKiKK.
f ubject to the Democratic Convention. By request
of many friends. Be.-ii
SWTnK FRIENDS OF FRANCIS
TlAltTt vtll unnnort hilt, AS their choice for Hit Kit-
IFF of Hamilton County, snbiect to the derision of
the approaching Democratic oonrennon. jyf-u
M It . F. TUTOR, PI.BA8B AXWWNCK
JOB PTKl'HENS ns a Candidate for BUMU. P of
Ilaniillon County, subject to the deeision of the
Democratic Convention, and oblige a hoet of friends.
' Court of Common fleas.
rir wy nrsTiiN vs a fiANfil.
HAT.: for the offl of CLKKK OF THIS COURT
OF COMMON TliEAH, subject to the decision of
the democratic ittuvenuon. aui.-ii
as- Ai.RT. pinnirK in a pantii
DATE for ritOBATKJUDGlC, subject to the dccls.
ion of the Democratic Conveutlon-
tf fJRilRGE H
HI-ION IS A CANOI
TlATF. for rn-elfctiou to the office
JCDGK, subject to the decision of the approaching
or- nrvvia jr. ro.wv wiT.T. nit A
rnTollibLtn for the office of PKONklH Tl Nil ATTOR.
EY of Hamilton Connty, subject to thschotcool
the Democratic uouvention, auitf-isop.
s- THOMAS A. I.OOAN Wll.Ii BK A
candidate for PllOBKCUTI NO ATTORNEY, sub-
'ect to the decision or the Democratic convention,
ar nitRi.KH t.oomim is a candi
dnte for the oflice-of Prosecutinff Attorney for Ham'
llton County, suf ect to the decision of the Demo
cratic uonvenno asiin-ti-
MANY MI.:.:T1N; will be held THIS
h.VkTN.N(l. Kentember A. nt Wbalon s Blackstutth
Mic-p, corner ol Race and Mater-sts., at 7 o clock.
Jly ortler ol the j.jc. lra. so.--
- TYTI'l'TH w inn
!.""' 11,:..,,.. r,.(. of the Xlvtnenth Ward
m-JtTV Rkn:.tM Hull, earner of Kiuhth and F
maii-Bts., THIS (Monday EVENING, September
.1. fcr the pnryose of electing Deieauies to the
County CoiiVi ntion. Polls open from tii to 8 o'clock
v. it, . i, uruer ut ..iit.
t-arHAnLHS WARREN, PRO-
BOSrKSSOK OF Ul'SIC, informs hi friends
mid the Mimical Public, that he will resume his
teaching on the 1st of September, and devote his
.- 1.1- i..i... .1 W tl, ,1.
VIIV.B II1HO ... UI. pVITHIUU. U.I. ... Fill ...U In
fill' one or two evenings in each week to clasHes
of gentlemen for the performance of Flute Trios,
from the works of tlio best writers for that favor
ite Inetrnment, at his residence No. 48B Kinh-st.
Lettoraloft at either ef the Music Stores will beat
tended to punctually. au29-f
ftFAIsMERS HOAP DENTIFRICE
Is compounded of perfectly neutral soap.
and uthor subntnc44j well known fnr their b04'ftciul
action upon the tm'tii mn Rums, its HUprior uual
Ititssi ure ackuowledffetd Ur nil oersont thathnre tried
it. It wiiilttiis the teeth, lmrdeui thuguniH, purities
I no nrcnin ina arreBTH uirny. j-rirt iwi'iiiy-nvo
cents. Prepared only by HOLON 1'AL.MKH,
iluuuftictuivr una Importer of rvrluiuor. JNo. 30
v i uurt j-ht. auj-j
THK PHYNIO-lHEIlAIi COI-
LfctsE iiim Loku removtl from tlie Cin-
cinuiuTColl'i:e Building to tho CINCfNKATI Llf
KKAHT AND Bt'iKNTlFIC INSTITUTK, No. Hf
Third-sit., eait of Broadway, where It pro pored ao
well from JM3 to 1660. Here tt ia again connected
with the Physio-Medical Infirmary, In which stu
dent scan constantly witnww the tmpHrior power of
tbe prat-tiro they are taught in the lectures.
WAKTKD Ktudrinta to be ins true ted in the true
aclencn and practice of Medicine, and patient to
be treated fn the beat manner known to the med
ical proretMfon. A. 'l KTlri, M. D.,
Vvan oi tne joiiege J! acuity ana rropriwior oi tne
KKNNKDY'MM EUIOAI DIHCOV
KT ia acWnowlexltred by the moat eminent
ptiyalcmns, and uy the motti camtui a ru striata
throughout the United Htatea, to be the moat effec
tual blood-puriner ever known, and to have relieved
more autt'erlug, and effaced more permanent curea,
man anypreparatioB a now a iom proitMion. ncroi
nla, Halt Bueum, Eryttipulaa, Scald-hoad, Scaly Snip
tiona of whutaouver nature, are cured by a few bo t Ilea
ana me aysiem msiorea w iuu airengta ana vigor,
Full and explicit direotiona for the cure of ulceratad
l othtr corrupt and running ulcere, la
twoinlilet with each bottle. Tor aale br
ivco in the
PAKKT, KUIKB, KOKTKlil A CO., and
IMIOOK TO YOlTRSEIiF IN TIME.
rvZS- How many, In coneiuonce of a fnlne
aeut-acy, aiinerirom auppreriaea, painiui oroiwiruct
ed menstruatien, and think, because they are
young, that by-and-by nature wilt work itnelf clear
from obrttruottons, and all come right In the end,
little dreaming that the aneda of death are already
germinating in the ayitteni, berauae the vital ener-
S.ua are iiiiixiirea ana me enure auiniHi ecnom
ernusod. o'bilitated : and Tetxarluia of them
aelvea as they are, if a roinedy oro aet before them
which would roa to re all the fiiurtioua of the ayatem
and rcinvitiorate the b dy, they would luke it. and
thua be iu time to save their Uvea. I'arnnti, think
of thin, and at once give them a bottle of Profcor
Vood ' Kestorative Cordial and Blood ItenovHtor.
hold in t-iui iuuuti byj. i). r A HH ; bUlUK, hi K
blhia A CO., and by every lrui.K.-t.
RADICAL CURB OF RUPTURB.
TOU THE RELIEF AND
MAStr; l cure oi iutuiu.
arwh a Patent lt at Ileal Cure Truaa ataous unri
valed. It poaafaaoa all the merita ia point of im
provement, that au lutttrumeur can, aua nunaretia
will test -it to having been rHdicully cured by ita
una. Prrsnns illHe.in with thiB diM-aste flliould fall
at once on H. M. Ma.UHH( A CO., Mo.
ent Kfiurth-ttrtMjt, have oue appued and a cure el
fected before it ia too late. s-i li
W risHAVINGHEPAIttEnTIIH DABf-.
M.K.J" AGK to our atnu, lauitua Uf the u
hie. .e rib ii) 1 reonon on THL'BHDAY. tWpt'riib d
Ouretore baa been greatly improved, aud we ahall
be prepared to offer our patrona one of the iucit
comulrte aud elegant utocki of HATH, Cil'H, LA
V.l Li Ji L'titiLi s r.. iii'I f Aal WAIU iun UTIIIL-U
ete..ever exhibitod ia Cincinnati all new and
tbe lataat atyl,
j. c. towers v ro.,
Hatura aud Furrien,
M B.-Wf) haTa aecured the aervicea of Mr. B.
EBWIN, (well and favorably known Inoonneutioa
with tbe Hat aud Fur Trade of Cincinnati,) who
will be glad to aea bia fnaudaaa amive. auv av
SV i IX DAI
I. V Klfl
ikr piitKCk s
S ba ellKLL OS
SttTTT. r..lu 1 A M to 12 P. M
sn-.-iiu W. I. aUltHti, JB., rrop.lvlnr,
i UAIIKn, j '
LEADER OF FASHIONS,
FALL CTYLE BAT
, f HOST BIUST. ,
. ' - tsc!-h3dpagsj
P Our DRESS HAT, for tills Fall, is a trnlr
elegant production. It will at once commend ltaelf
to all gentlemen who wish to appear In a genteel,
graceful and trmmetrlcal head dreea. We are now
prepared to furnish cuitomors, and all mankind
are reipectfnll)- invited to give us a call.
DODD 6c CO.,
- Wholesale and Retail Hatters,
sei-b j. 144 Matat., east aide.
rrsVr K . SH ALL
r I Iu U Jj T A-
UEOl'SLY with the reopening of our
THURSDAY, SEFTEMDER 6,
introduce onr Fall styles of
GENTLEMEN'S DRESS HAT,
toirether with all the novelties in Soft Hnts and
Cups. TOWERS Se CO.,
Be2-3t natters ana r timers, x v jnnmHi.
JLADD, WEBSTER & CO.'S
--33a.NEW STYLE JUST ISSUED AT
ftSifii FIFTY-FIVE DOLLAUS. . .
Call and see them at 80 West Fourth -St.
aa .mnnnit'a :n noTTHl.Tc T.Of'K
IS- . hti Ti:ll HKWINO MACIIINKS. with
receul improvements, surpass ntioiuem, n-n-rtutro
of price. Examine them before purchasing else
where. Pcnd for a circular and samples of seeing.
Agents wanted. a. v. sus raAa,
V est r oiiriii-si., i lutiiuinti,
an29-bm Hole Agent for the United States.
Look Well to Your Door Fastenings!
SilAILY REPORTS ARE MADE
sn, ol S'.me notiMe heme onteroa oy uurainrs,
I'-IIT. nv.a Mel: H KfMIK fi. No. 1.".n Fiflh-
street, second door from Race.street, and suard
vour premises who a sale niaht-ijaicu or a boh,
He has a great variety of a reliable kind.
Read, all who wish to get Rich.
an - a nnnn rnNTtlNIND IN
SOSrTKtlCTIONS how to make a fortune in a
lew inonms, will oe sent to any nnu n pru., vu
receipt of their correct address ana coats in post'
age stamps. Address J. P. DE LYHLB, Agent,
lelMtr Box 1.344. Cincinnati. Ohio.
TORCIIES FOB PROCESSIONS!
At ,?S and 00 cents per dozen, at
8WINO TORCHES SI per down.
, PAttBX'B, (.tinner,)
FALL WHOLESALE TRADE.
W. P. Devou & Rockwood,
83 PEARI.-STRKET, CINCINNATI,
Offer to Dealers an elegant stock of
PLAIX, COf.ORKD AND BLACK, BBOCADX,
PLAID BftOCHE UOBES, do.
in evert variety.
yiowera and Feathers,
IS FULL ASSORTMENT.
Bonneta. . ..
ij niuiy, it-ii.1, saiia,
riald, Stella, Broche, Bilk, Martelet and many new
WHITE GOODS, ,
In Jaconets, Brilliants, Swiss, Lawns, Ac., Ao.
Plain, Hem-stitched, Printed Border, Embroidered
7 hiv , mot runstv, v. .
Together with every article pertaining to Silk and
x -Dor 117 uooos Dimmest.
W. P. DEVOuTROCKWOOD,
ael-c 83 and 85 Pearl-atreet.
WARRANTED TO OITE FOfTK
horse power, and consume two and a Ualf
bnshels of coal per dav.
Steam and Hand Hoisting Machinery, Faille and
Shaft ing, always on hand.
All kinds of Machinery made to order.
JOHN B. MOO NET, Machinist,
ie2-x 116 West t'ol'imhla-st.
Wholeial and Retail.
se2-f 36 West Fifth-st.
Oauuou of All JSlaieaa
3. B. MOONET, Machlniit,
sel xDAdW 116 West Columbia-street.
334 Walnut-street, between Fifth and Sixth.
WB KKKF THE BKtST AMHOKTMKNT
vv of rarpiua J'aouis to be
of Wrapping l'apul to
found iu the city.
aud at very lew prici
ruiiiiOun, a notibij,
BOOK AND NEWS PAPER OP THE
regular slues koitt on baud. Irregular sites
uiads to order ou short notice.
sel Mauufaeturers' Agents, J'i Wuluutit.
I AM PREPARED TO FIT I P BATUS,
lu.t or eolii : Wler-(.loMets. 1'iiniD-livdrsuts.
Any work In my line promptly executed, aud
tne most roasonabie lenus.
U. MeOO 1.1.1 M,
e-S - IQlSixlh.st., bet. Vine aud Kaoe.
,Ty of KnalinU Stilton, Piueapule,
p Sago and l'srmesaa Cheque.
-For whoiesaia and retail, by
iwlu..si A MollOfAtD A GO.
B6 and Branch 44t West Fourth,
FRENCH Mil. AHD.-Jl'WT H
111 cases superior French bustard.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by ...
a. McDonald co.,
sea 80 aad Branch 44 1 West Foanht.
OI.1VB OII..-JWT RECEIVED,
doaeu llsgous pure Olive Oil.
Fur sale, wholesale and retail, by
" A. M1 JNALD A CO.,
oil 66 and Breach 1146 West Fourth-as.
fill IT.-JOB WIIUUB
tD half aud Quarter boxes fUu.ns, in store
1AUIIN A. I !l) LTk.lt.
3 1 and 3ii Mle-et.
INCSUMH CRACKNEI.I.S. BALIKS,
U bod P.cato.d il''tkvoL. J
sel ' :' - ' ' 3 1 aad 3 j 1 atata-at.
TtJEV, PATENT FHIIT-JAR.-K.
J.W ilalkey s lilass t lul
IXroH A. ftI.TBH.
DELAND & GOSSAGE,
Are now rrcelvlnc splendid styles
STew Fall. Dress Goods!
TRATELING DRESS GOODS!
' ' A rich and varied assortment.
AT 80, 25, 30 AND 37 X CENTS.
Magnificent styles of Fall Dress Bilks at SO, 6'J'.,
95, 87)i, 1, 81 39 and 91 50.
EVENING DRESS GOODS!
Light Colored Dress Silks, Barege Robes for even.
lng, French Organdie Bobes for evening.
Shawls and Cloaks.
Blch assortment of Kail Shawli, new etjlo of
Lt dies' Collars at 33, SO and 75c.
Illch sets Collars and sieeree at.75, 91 and 91 33.
Elegant French Lace Sets,
Point Lace Sets,
' Applique Sets,
TBAVELING AMD BREAKFAST SETS,
CAMBRlC COLLARS AND SLEEVES.
Ladies' and Children's Hoop Skirts, a full assort
BOTEL AND HOUSEKEEPERS,
-IN- - ,
LINEN AND COTTON GOODS !
Linen and Cotton Sheetings,
Table Damasks, Napkins,
Scotch Diapers, 4c,
Bath and Huckabuck Towels,
Marseilles and Allendale Quilts,
Flannels, Bed-Ticking, &o.
Perfbmery, Toilet Articles.
GEN VINE FART N A, FRENCH AND
Amoricnn Ooloune Wuters :
Every variety of Pomadee end Hair Oil :
Lubin'a and Bertueui'i. ExtracU for the Handker-
Chiet, all odore;
Tooth Powders. Tooth Fas tea, Tooth Washea ;
Lubin'a and other Tollpt Powders :
Lily-white. Kugenie Powder, Meen Tun, MagnO'
lift. Tahlfit. (jHrniTue Powder. tr. :
Peniian Pearl Dropa; Kalinton, or Orient Water,
lor improving in complex-on ;
Hnir Toniui, Iluir luvigoraton and Hair Bettor'
Hair Dyea Batchelor'a, Cribtadoro's, Phalon's,
jDUiiuru a. eiu. ,
(H.aiMv tubln'f Plver'a, Monpela'a, Low'i, Clear
er a uifnn a dmiiii a, t-oiKait Oic
-i . . 'f I . . al TJ..n ,.m.
3yrup of Iodide of Iron.
Offe f- SYRUP OF IODIDE OF
For sale by
SUlilK, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
Opposite the Post-oftlci
Genuine Havana Cigars,
A Mi TUB BEST BRANDS, IMPORT.
1 aud for wile br
SLIJ1S, ECKSTEIN CO.,
' ee2-c Opposite the Postofflee.
Citrate of Magnesia,
WARRANTED TO KEEP WELL IN
any climate. Prepared and for sale by
St'IUaT, KCKHTKIN A UJ., '
se2-c Opposlie the Post offioe.
' Hodgson's Diamond Cement,
ITiOIt MENDINO BROKEN CHINA,
. (.lassware, etc , in a subdlantial manner.
For sale by Sl'lUK, ECK8 1'KIN A CO., -mZ
c Opposite the Postofflee.
Balsam of Fir.
QrALITY BALSAM OF
FIR Just rereivud siwffor sale hv
ivua ana lor
oUlttf., KUKSTEI n A CO.,
ti-c Opposite the Postorflee.
Hydrometers ibr Coal Oil.
flYDRO METERS FOR COAI.
llydrometcri. for Halt Manufacturers;
Hrdrometerg fof Btuwura; .
HyUrometwn for liHtillers;
Hydrometer fur ('hniibU;
IlyUromttivn fur MUk, iu, Lye. Ac, c.
Jr ur wle by
EDWARD BOAHXAN k Oe., Dnifirlstfl.
Kerth-eut corner of Fourth and MainHitnU.
aVI r.. ...
fpiIE ei'PERIORITYOFI,A FORMES'
JL burning llottles over all others now in use, will
at once be inade apparent to all who give them
single trial. For sale by
til W AUD 1WAM.AN AGO., Druaists,
sv'2-c Korth'Kast corner Fourth and atalu-sts.
UEVNARD A- CO.'S HOFSE KEEPER'S
ftitte and Powder ,f or the destruction of all
kinds of fitHects, Biias, Ac. For sale by retail
lliucaixts g.-iterally. Cuneral Western Aaeuts,
KDWAKll SCANLAM A CO., DruKgista,
Koxth-east corner Fourth and Main-streeta.
Book and News Paper.
WE HAVE ON HAND A FI'I.I. STOCK
of Die rcgn-.lar sizes, weights auu .ualitioa, aud
can make to order, en short notice, any aie
weight wanted. .
NIXON, CHATFIELD WOODS,
Manufacturers aud W holesale Paper Dealers J
HUIU 77 and 79 Walnut-strent.
Wines and Liquors.
SPtHRtrNllt ATAWBA WINKldTlLb
tatawlia Wine: PuroOld Port WlueT Pore Oil
Madeira Wine; Old Bourbon Whisky; Old French
Brandy ; uia noiiano uiu ; ma Jamaica nua.
eelectoa especially lor uienicimu us,, roi- sate
ALSI.UT KUBB, ITnaKlU,
Jy B. W. cor. Central av. aud Kiglitb-et,
Old Castile Soap
sraT.I CASTILE fOA Pi I.OWt BROWN
"ijs Windsor bHiap; Ijow s Honey Soap; Jenny
LindBoap; Moss Koae Soap; Oerauium Soup; Musk
Soap; Olenn s Honey Soap; Olenu a Brown Wind
aoraoa; tileaa's White Windsor Soap. Forsaleby
AL11KHT KOSS, Druaaist,
jyB n. w. cor. lenlral-av. anw edgum-ar.
1VK ARE NOW
V KfcCKIVING WHITE
e and XiiiA rolio, IA, la and
, t'HATVlRLD A WOODS,
V V aad i)
71 and) 9 Waluut-street.
Tailors' Pattern Paper.
' KIlLOli. 1 Hi lUl l ll A
aula ff and JC WalMt-etreet.
f.vAaiN, FROM N RW TOBK. POrTH-
V IAST i.hiht l.ulralvemie tt'xi
73 WEST FOUItTH ST.
OLD ENGLISH BOOKS, ..
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VI. PINDAR'S (PETKR) WORKS. Fine
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VII. POPE'S WORKS. Edited by Joseph
Warton. Two volumes, old calf. 17W.
VIII. MIRARATTD'S SYSTEM OF NA--
TUREj or, The Laws of the Moral and Phrsical
World. Two volumes 8vo, half ealf. London.
IX. WORKS OF ADAM SMITH. With '
Life, br Dugald Stewart. Fire volnmel, half
calf. 1812. i
X. WALPOLE'S ROYAL AND NOBLE
Al'THORS OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND
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TY PE LIKKNKSSES of tba diftWrent caa.U
dates for the Preeidi litial clialr, uow ready. The)
likeness of the Presi ient on one side and Vlre-Pree-dent
on the other a neat medal, about the sise of St
flve-dollsr frold-plece, making a beautiful casapaiflt
charm or budge.
Address, lor full particulars, or call upon
MACK R. BARNITZ,
Headquarters for Cnmpalini Books, Charts, KeaaU
. etc., 38 and AO West JTourth-st., up stairs.
autl-ain-dpl Cinclnaaci, OhJ. f
REM yr JTu.
AND , i '
NO. 82 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
EAST OF VINE, '
OAZETTK BI ILDIN8.
SIX PINE SHIRTS
TV i iv o Dollars
82 WEST FOURTII-ST.,
BOSTON SHIRT FACTORY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Superior Shirts Made to Order.
NTI.KMEN WHO ARB PARTICT-
,.AB in the fit aud appearanee of their Shiraw
a. m i.
,.d ilititYius of havin. those that will aet well
look neat, are luvllea to leave ineirerueia at sarr.
B KITS, where they can depead tifxm beiug sussed.
Mone but the best goods we used, aud thorough,
L. A. EEFPNEB, A feat, '
North-east corner Filth and Vlustreet.
ieX-cmlp Ov.r Cnle A Hopkins. Ola., O-
!9 wilt sh
VIMS. MII.I.Ffc KlkKB AND
Shell 11 iaiit. Melaiutroe Pi. lures et all
the Konilnee. lor President and. Vioe-PrMuiauk.
Sspplii-s received direct from the f atituf J taailf.
Liaral dlscotinS to the trade. .
Healers, Mews A gouts aud Traveling Ageweswll
ds well to cail n us befur. purehaaiug eUowl ra.
Samples sent on receipt ui snree-ceni siaasae.
J. I,. DRAKE CV C4K ,
au.l 11 West Fourth-!., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Patent Campaign Bosom Plnst
ANEW ARTICLE, CGNTAININO COR-.
Kk.vT LlkkMKhatui of she uWSvxaut auuir.
Bete fur President U lw41. . .
The likenesses of the different Candidates fc
Presldeus are t lo a buautitul B.w-aa Pin, laaiiM.
a neal article fur geaU' w,r daflug the cxtlnm
campaign, and atora desirable the aay tbiu IwA
,ar The puhlic.
Msnhauta. Agents aud Claba supplied Sb, sja
fausltlbaialtatats, b ' ' J.
W. W. CCSWOBTZZ,
Bote Manufacturer and Proprietor, Wft
I ilih-ii...l, Ciuciunati, Ohio, w whova ay,
siurf v atfaraasra. , . .
iiuelo. .ul ua receiptor nine thra,-centamae.
All the dldt-rent iun'.,lgn Mcs, HiVgus, Ac.
supflicd on waist liberal terniY "S.l waui-4
tUuuUuul lbs coiiuln. anA-s,