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TIlK DAI IT PRESS.
rUt'IAL PaPKK OF THK (HTf.
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How to Insure the Union.
Senator Bright, in his upeechesio Indiana,
is very ravage on Douglas, and warns his
followers that they are on the path that leads
etaaight Into the Republican camp; yet he U
rry careful to inform them that Douglas is
Dot so bad as Republicanism. Asslavery is the
great tribulation, let us see what position it is
that the Administration Democracy consider
the least of the two erils. The Republicans
beliere in the power of Congress to exclude
slaTery from the Territories. There has not
been a time in the last ten years, nor is there
a probability of any in the next ten, when
Congressional prohibition could pass both
houses of Congress. So, as far as the right
to take their slaves into the Territories is
concerned, the pouU) are tolerably save under
the Republican doctrine.
They who suppose 4hat Mr. Douglas has
any principle in this matter, believe that he
holds that the people of the Territories may
exclude slavery. There has not been a
Territory formed since the invention of this
doctrine, that bus not excluded slavery by a
Tote of the people; nor is there any prob
ability that any will tie formed in the future
that will not. So, und r the Douglas plan,
the South will liuve no chance fur extending
slavery in the Tenitories. Yet Senator
Bright so s Doiila.-i.m is less bad than Re
publicnnif m ; mid vJiili' PoiiKlaism is cher
ished in the South, the Breckinridge organs
call Republicanism incendiary.
Why this contradiction? It is evident
that the ineiestsof Blnvery in the Terri
tories are not rcgnrdvd in the matter at all.
They are freely offered to be sacrificed. The
reason is so plain that the wayfaring man,
though a fool, need not err therein. If Mr
Douglas should be elected, the oQices would
still remain in quasi-Democratic hands, an I
the Southern majority in all the Executive
patronage would bo preserved. Probably it
would he increased, in the natural desire of
Mr. Douglas to strengthen himself where he
is weakest. If Mr. Lincoln should be elected,
nil this patronage and power, which Democ
racy has enjoyed so long that it regards its
union with it as the only Union worth pre
serving, will pnss into other hands, and the
South will have to lay down the lion's share,
which it has come to regard as a Southern
right, and will have to Bhare on equal
Think of the terrible pangs of dissolution,
when all the executive, postal, customs and
diplomatic offices are torn from the dying
grasp of the Democracy, and pass into the
bands of Republicans, with the same chance
to Northern men and Republicans in the Ju
diciary and in the army and navy, that the
South and Democracy have so long enjoyed!
Think of the agonies of such a dissolution)
Is it any wonder that in contemplating this
they talk of "rending the Union from turret
to foondation-stone," as only a mild remedy?
Coabdil and his Moors never turned such
Dad, lingering, longing looks on the fair
scenes of Grenada, which they were leaving
forever, as do these Democrats on the warm
official seats which they fear are about to
slide from under them. This is the danger
to Southern institutions. This is the in
cendiarism the Republican fire in the rear
rJ ths offiov-boldciB, more incendiary to De
mocracy than Sampson's foxes with fire-
- brands in their tails among the corn-shocks
- of the Philistines.
This is the dissolution of the Union that
ire hear so much about. The interests of
slavery are entirely lost sight of. What has
a man to do with patriotism when his bread
and butter is about to be taken from him ?
i To retain even a Douglas-control of the
Executive patronage, Democracy offers to
abandon slavery in the Territories to popu
lar sovereignly. What reason have we to
suppose that it would not abandon slavery
in the States to abolition, for the same con
sideration? "Doth the wild ass bray wkca
f tie bath fodder?" Nor the tame one either.
Take away our enormous and danger-
- ous Executive patronage, and the dan
, ger to Southern institutions would van
ish. Cut off the Postoffice Department,
which Government has no business with,
and which would be vastly better in
private hands; our Customs Department,
. which U wholly indefensible as
a means of supporting the Government, and
which do party dare squarely defend on the
; principle of protection; onr diplomatic es
tablishments which are useless and only mis
chievous; and reduce our army, nary and
dock-yards to their useful proportions; then
we should bear no more of the threat of a
dissolution of the Union as an element in a
- Presidential election. Then our boasted self-
government would cease to be the constant
threatening of pronnnciamentos, secession
' aad civil war, which apparently have shamed
the exhibitions of government of our Mexi
can neighbors. Then the boasted capacity
for self-government of the people of the great
est Republic, would cease to be a play to
frighten old women Ly the Chinese war-tactics
by hideous contortions of face, unearthly
' soiset, terrific threats, and horrible rhetor
ical imagi ry, of pulling down the pillars of
society, rending the Union from turret to
foundation-stone, and "pavingPennsylvani
avenue ten fathoms deep with dead bodies."
Then "Ancient Pistol" would cease to be the
model of statesmanship in the smartest na-
- tion in the world. Then in course of time
'he reign of common sense might begin,
which now seems to have become unconstl
tntional and dangerous to the Union.
The Steam Fire-Engines.
In letter published in the Timet of yes
terday afternoon, Mr. Latta complains, with
some appearance of justice, that wrong was
done him in the disposition of the premiums
- upon the trial of steam fire-engines. The
.importaat point in the matter is not the
speed with which progress was made around
the ring, nor the distance to which water
'was thrown, but the time that elapsed in
bringing the machine into a state fit for
effective duty. The difference between 250
and 260 feet in the distance tbrawn when
the engine is strained to it utmost capacity,
'pay Dot be very essential in determining its
efficiency; while the difference between 7:30
and 1415 In getting ready for service is a
great aad -important differanos one in
which the safety of vast amounts of property
snay be involved. '
7" By the employment of the generator In
j - the plaee of the boiler an us w hicu bolongt
i eacluitivcly to Mr. Latta that gentlemaa
xaadt tt steam fire-engine a fixed fact,
threuga the ability thereby acquired to get
into action in the shortest time. This in
vention, or adaptation, t', in fact, the steam j
fire-engine. Its nse belongs to Cincinnati, ;
and forms the character of the Cincinnati j
engines the most effective, we reei soma
local pride In say ing, of any that have yet
The Ebb-Tide of Journalistic Wit.
Some one sent a piece of poeiry, written
in- a female hand, to the Ohio Staletman,
which was published. It was discovered
that by selecting certain letters from the
lines, the name of the editor, coupled with
vulgar epithets, could be spelled out. The
papers are copying it as a tremendous Joke.
We suppose that editors publish things every
day containing letters which would spell
out their names and any quantity of op
probions epithets to suit their taste. Vul
garity and low abuse is comn.on enough,
without searching for it In an enigma or an
acrostic. The acrostic blackguardism is a
stale joke, which almost any poetry can be
adapted to. It shows poor taste in journals
to chuckle over what, at the best, is an old
and shabby trick.
At a mkktino, recently holden at Mount
Auburn, to take measures to aid by subscrip
tion the building ot a horse railway from
town to that suburb, some of the citizens
gave as a reason for tht ir refusal to subscribe,
that they could not conscientiously aid a
concern which would do business on the
Sabbath. Those gentlemen ought never to
eat cheese or drink beer, lest by chance they
give sinful enrourRpement to Sunday fer
LATEST NEW BY TELEGRAPH
Cleveland, September 21. Judge Doug
las arrived on a special train from the Ea-it
to-night, and was received with the firing of
ciinnon, military display, large torch-light
irocession, and a great concourse of citizens,
lie was welcomed in a speech by Hon. R. P.
Rnnnry. Jude Douglas will speak at eleven
A. M. to-morrow.
St. Loins, September 21. A special dis
patch to tbe Republican, from Jefferson City,
mys the Breckinridge State Convention
adopted the report of the Committee on
Resolutions, which declared,
M'ur.RFAB. TIip f'lilnre ff the Charleston Conven
tion tn n:n)iiiHte n cftmlitatf for tho l'rii(1enrv.
!nvliip ttie pf fi pic to their choice of candidate ana
Htfohtd. That we utill adhere to the principle of
the Constitutional Government, which tho Demo
crptie party have al ways upheld, and to which thev
faithfully artlicrfri, 10 perpetuate the Union and
!lirifniiiae its blewing. equally ar,il beneficially,
throughout the borders of this Confederation.
They reaffirm the platform of the State
Convention of lost April, declaring their
steadfast devotion to the platform adopted
at tbe Maryland Institute Convention, and
accept Breckinridge and Lane as the candi
dates of the Democracy of Missouri.
Mr. Thurston, a delegate to the Charleston
Convention, made a lengthy speech. The
most noticeable feature of his speech was his
belief in Lincoln's election, and advising
preparation for a defeat.
The Prince of Wales at Chicago.
Chicago, September 21. Lord Renfew
and suite arrived here by tbe Michigan Cen
tral Railroad at half-past seven this evening,
and proceeded to the Richmond House,
where they will stop during their visits to
Chicago. Notwithstanding the expressed
wit-h of the party that they should be al
lowed to arrive in quiet, a large crowd
assembled at the depot long before the train
arrived. Although out little noise was made,
the crowd so blocked the streets that it was
with difficulty the carriages containing the
party reached the hotel.
The Prince of Wales and his suite will
leave to-morrow afternoon by the St. Louis
Road. The Richmond House is illuminated
this evening, in honor of their distinguished
Galway Steamship Company.
Bobtok, September 21. The new Directors
of the Galwny Steamship Company are
among the first merchants and bankers in
England and Ireland. Mr. William Mal
romson, the Chairman, is the larzeBt steam
ship owner in Ireland, and Mr. Gurney,
Vice-chairman, is of tbe firm of Gurney &
Co., of London, one ot the first bankers in
The Parana made her last outward voyage
in nine days and eighteen hours.
The Connauijht sails for Boston the 25th
inst., and returns October 23.
The Muskingham Valley Fair.
Zanksvills, September 21. The trottine-
match for $500 was witnessed by 30,000 peo
ple, "tKe look, ot unicago, winning ttie
purse. lime X44, i.WA. tWA The
heavy rains yesterday and last night made
thr track very heavy.
the paciDg-purse ot SIOO, was won by
'Jim Riley," of Cincinnati. Time 2:50.
The Fair closes to-dav. havintt been the
most successful ever held in this section.
LociBvn.Li. September 21. The river is
falling, with four feet in the Canal, and four
feet large on Scuffletown bar. The weather
St. Louis. September 21. Notwithstand
ing the heavy rain at this point on Wednes
day, and the recent rise in the npper rivers,
the river has declined three inches in the
past twenty-four hours.
I. O. F.
Nashville. Tmn.. September 21. The
Grand Lodge of Odd-fellows, installed
their officers to-day. The tallowing are the
additional appointments: Rev. E. M. Wells,
Massacnusetts, Urand Chaplain; J.D. rarns-
wortb, of Tennessee, Grand Marshal; E.
Chamberlain, or Maryland, Grand Messen
gcr, and S. H. Dew itt, Grand Guardian.
The Europa at New York.
Niw York, September 21. The Europe? t
mails cro South tomorrow mornincr.
Shollrroht't (Liverpool) Circular says the
warlike preparations in Europe are besin-
ning to tell on the industry and capital of
i Lie cuoic. uiuiucm ia rciupsiug uiw
state of torpor.
Wabhisotob, September 21. James
Buchanan, Esq, Private Secretary to the
President, will soon resume his residence in
Philadelphia. It is understood that the place
thus to be vacated hug been tendered to
Adam Glossbrenner, late Sergeant-at-Arms
oi tne nouse.
The Telegraph to the Pacific.
Washixoton, September 21. Tiie award
was marie to-oay to Mi ram HiOlev. r residen
of the Western Union Telegraph Company.
under the Pacific Telegraph proposals, with
full confidence in his ability to fulfil his ob
ligations. He will, to-morrow, be officially
mioimeu ui uic uecimon.
Albahy, N. September 21. Prof. La
Mountain made s splendid ascension in his
balloon "Atlantic, from tee uounty f air
grounds, this afternoon. At least 10,000
people were present.
Lexington, September 21. The two-mile
produce race was won oy juae nunieri
'VSherrod," by ' Lecompte." Time 3i45Xj
Prize Fighting and the Law.
Boston, September 21. Andrew
and John Turner, convicted of prize-fighting
on an isiana in Boston ttaroor, were lo-uaj
sentenced to tne eute rrison for one year.
Fire in New Albany.
Niw Albany, Isd, September 21sr
Franck's candle-factory VM burned last
night. Lees $23,000; insured tor 1 17,000.
Kiw York, September 8111, P. M.
l urn are no signs OI me sieaipsuip aurmic
ei paaay noon.
Fire at New Orleaaa and Loaa f 1.1 e.
Vr.w Oni.iAKS, September 21 P. M.
Several liquor stores are burning, at the
corner of Tchoupitoulas and Lafayette
streets. A wall foil, killing several persons;
the number is not yet ascertained.
To the Editors of the Daily Press;
A Japanese Town in the United States.
It is not generally known, but it is a fact,
nevertheless, that the city of Louisville,
Kentucky, is so hedged in by prohibition
Ibwb, that no merchant, dealer, or producer
of any article whatsoever, is permitted to
land there with a view to business. Tobacco
planters and iron-makers from Tennessee,
coalboatmen from Upper Ohio, Virginia or
Pennsylvania; hog-growers, millers and
farmers, from Indiana; market-men all are
in the same category. No one residing out
of that State is permitted to enter Jefferson
County to dispose of any thing whatsoever,
under a fine of $300 for each offense, one
half of which goes to the informer.
NcKitBotrs Applicants fob Naval Srv
ice. A naval officer says that applicants for
admission to the navy are continually visit
ing the navy-yards in dozens. When a ship
is ordered for sea, the naval station at which
she is to be equipped, swarms for days with
all sorts of unemployed landsmen and
A Mak op Pasbioh anp Bobinsss. A man
named McClure was arrested in Newark,
N. J., a day or two since on a charge of beat
ing his wife. He paid his fine promptly,
and then returned home and eloped with
his wile's sister.
CAMrnriL County Fair Fine Specimen
of Kertil-work. At the Campbell CoU'ity Fair, now
heii g held near Alexandria, Mr. C P Hm tanrmn,
of this city, war awarded the firt premium for nee
dle work The Bpec'mens exhibited by her were
frcatly admirotl, and notwitliMtnnding the cnniptl
ion w as very great, the judges have decided in her
favor. This is Ihe last nay of the Fair, and thoBe
who have not M't visited It should go, a the at
trsct'on will be much greater than on any pre
Kentucky Cokferrncb. Yesterday was
occupied chiefly in examining and reviewing on
tr'al, yonrg applicant, for the Ministry, of whom
there were quite a nuinlier. Kev. Doctor McKo'rin
and echoii, lepresi" Intlves of the book and mis
ri" nary interebts. delivered eloquent addroases, and
were listened to with groat attention.
Attention. Our lady readers are re
ferred to Mre. Fparks's Millinery Removal Card, in
Bkll akpEveritt Meeting. Those favor
able to the election of the atnive candidates, will
meet this evening at the Court-house, where thev
w ill be rddiesred by Robt. Hamilton, once editor of
a Native-American journal, published in Cincin
nati some six or eight yeans ago.
DorOLAB AND JoHNSON MEETING. The
Douglas Democracy will hold a meeting next Mon
thly evening, at the Court-House. C Clay Smith,
Geo. P. lluei, and others, will deliver addresses.
Correction. The match
p-ame of the
Kentucky Cricket Ctuboecurson Monday afternoon,
not Wednesday, as stated by us yesterday.
A Clerical Call Accepted. We were
yestetday Informed that the Rev 6Ir. Currle, had
orcented the call of the Frinity Church, and would
i as paator to-morrow morning at ten o clock.
ana again in me evening ai iiwii-piihi seven o ciock.
The church will no doubt he crowded to its capacity.
The Mayor's Initial Sentence. Our new
Mayor, Major O.'OdHoo, day before yesterday sen
tenced Martin St. Clair to pay a fine of 91 and costs,
amounting in the whole, to S3 .Kl. This was the first
cose over w hich the Mayor-elect presided.
Town-Ball. The members of the Ken
tucky Town-Ball club, and the CoTington club,
pluyed quite an interesting game near the residtmce
of our ex-Mayor.
Grand Jfry Indictments. The trand
yesterday Indicted Jacob Mete for carrying con
cealed weaponsand John Ferrtg f.,r illegal votiug.
GB" Gas Stoves at Chesteb's Tea-room.
vr Chmtib's Tea-rooms, east side of Walnut,
below Fifth, up stain.
f Clothe renovated and repaired, 120 W. Sixth.
"Clothing renovated and repaired, 59 B. Third,
r Good Picture In case for 15 cents, at Applk-
oati's Mammoth Gallery. Fifth and Main, aul-tf
" A. A ETSTCa, Clocks, Watches and Jewelry.
Boa. MS and 371 Central svenne.
Pictures for ten cents at Johnson's Gallery
Ninth and Main.
WALL wuo Wish to ir Rich. Bkid This;
h'KW OaLEAN. March 1.
Thifl f to Certify that I have rirnwn n nri,u,r
t2n,IJl and one of $13,oou on numbers selected fur
le ny siaoamk blanche, on my little girl's age,
ho wiih born in May. I can onfv thank lloiiuit
Blanche and my lucky Btar, that led mu to her, for
being a rich man. I would advixo all who would
protit likewise, to apply to her without delay.
j. j. Kjuoimsia, jr.
N. B. For all persons born in Mnreli, April, May,
line, September, October, December or January
the Madame will select numbers that will draw
capital prizes in any of the legalised lotteries In the
United States, and the Boyal Havana Lottery of
Cuba Parents having children bora in any of
those months can get their numbers and draw
prizes. Persons wanting numbers have only to send
by mail the correct dates of birth and a fee of $5,
and the numbers will be sent by return mail to any
part of tbe country, with full directions to secure
them a large prise without fall. Address Madam
Bum-si, Planet Reader, Cincinnati, Ohio. Letters
of Inquiry must contain ten cents in postage stamps
to insure an answer. sell-eodam
GIBSON OWEN. On Thursday evening. Ben-.
teciber iflt, at the Walnut-street House, Cincinnati,
by alder William V. Miration, sir. illiam H. Gib
sou, recently of New Hampshire, and Miss Phebe tt,
Owen, of Butlerville, Indiana.
BARR BRINGHURST. At Christ Church
on the 20th instant, liy the Kev. Dr. Uoddard, Mr
I.rwellyn T. Barr, or tins tin, to Hiss Alary K
Bringhurst, daughter of John H. Bringhurst, Esq.
Wedding and Visiting Cards.
Engraved and Printed, rV mis and Presses; De La Bus
Stationery and Eavelopes.
(Snccessors to H. II Hliipley A- Bro.,)
ft WIDE.AVAKE!j-NOTIOE -iK3"5
1.IHM) nniformi run be baa at W.
'xlbiKd'S, iiOl Min-t., nt mwderate price.
I. O. O. F. THR OKFICERS AND
meniuen of utali iive Lixliie. iso. 'ill
O 1). T. of Krwmrt. Kv.. m.ra hArhhv nittitifd U
attend their rufar meetiuic, on next MUN1AV
i vAAinu, fM-yieniiker o cnnexier tiie ameoa
ments to by-lawe. By order of the N. O.
b4tU-a I t- I Klt bKALL, tt. B.
(Titvee copy H and ch. Hreee.J
m " ATTENTION t EIGHTH WARD
frC-ST W I UK-A WA KKti -All vidA-awkiM
v. no Vii'n i h nciiu iiib oi huh jn'H'i uijf, at flittuiwou
ville. TO-DAY. will join the dtirat.on at heal
quart eri. comer Mutfa ami Witluut-tiU , at nine
o cm ck a. m., wnn aiB anu eape, uub-t win oe m
nadinn to acc ininodnto ll those who deaire to go,
ire- oi fxpenH. w lue-HWaVKi-s turn out.
-22-a i u oazeue j n. u, buuukh, uapt
m ' - HKprRi.irAN mams mertino
fta35 At the Ninth Ward Wiwwuni, c rur of
e cMUiore ana v iKier-iireiai, luio jtvaiAiau.
8 H, LIPPK'IT. Km..
HEN J. KMiLKBTON.
Thfl). li AShAl ltWK, Fi
lWAHi F NOTK8,a..
U. B HaGAHH, hit
Will add ret the mefcting. ae22-a
h. &i. Ei. Com.
Ss35T KuTlCK 10 OKFICEKB. The Con,
iA,tnunt-GeDeral requetits tbe ofheem of the dinVi
nt cuiiiBaiiiee to meet him and hie aid at the Il-tw
auartem (liinth aud Walnut), at' V o'clock. THIH
(ttnturduy) MORNING, 2.--1 inttt., for the purpiMw of
alu-nding tbenoting at Hadleonville. Ottluera and
ftirii will wear uniform, tnd alne will le mou td
Oflioera will urge upon the private! an attenrtauc
upt.a this lueetiiig. M. UK LA VAN Minor-. X ,
ICh. Bp. Ex. (Joiu.J
p aa-PAIaMER'H SOAP DENTIFRICE
! ctaiupoundvd of p rfuctly neutral attap.
and other tulMtanoea wtl known for their beneficial
action upon tne mhhd and guma, Ita auprior qual-
Itlee are acunowietJa'Mi iy all penoua that hav
all penoua that
tried It. )t whiten., the Utftb, hardene the f u
purine me Dream aaa arreeu oeoay. frio twep
tjr-nveoenu. ireparwa ouiy i;
If rninfactttrer and Importer of ferfaoaery, Mo. M6
w mi OOTID -. aUaiU
f From the WhMllna TIttim and Gaaatta.1
mr THOIUII IT MAY HKIN
MsaZ ittanff lo many wno hare not wo I
r,iLr l no diHibt ( the laot that Prwf. Wuud
llair KeaWrative U1 chau gray hair to lie
orla-.nal color, and cauaa It to grow on beads eu
tlrrly bttld.and by a few appUcatluut kaep it frot
r.iii.,d 'i tiHra wu a tiiua abaa wai mut who
bad I "t tbelr hair wer compellvd to waar wigi
fo bald; but, einca tbe advent of Wood' Tonic,
Ix-ra la no Unr any necMity for wiaa or rr
hair?. Hold in i'lucinnati by J. D. PARK ; Sufhaf,
1 .A. CJ .A. It 1 .
I : ,CmomwTi, Ceptmp"l, .
e-r-THB COMMITTEE ON PEWIJSO
SOB, Machine at the li. 8- lr ,h"T'n
awMctcil the preirlom f r the hnt Seirfnfl Jlfneaiiij
to Mmn Viir.Fi.ia Wilson, the iindwrlricd
take thl method of giving the puWican opportunity
te indge for tliemelve of the jirili- of that award.
V hereby oiler a award of
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
to the Wheeler WIIon Company, or their agent
In thl city, t" accomplish on y of thai' Machines
the nme range of work. In aa equally perfect man
per, a that exhibited by u to tin above-named
Alan, an award of
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
to accomplish sewing on any material that we can
not ew in the I.AHD, WKBSTICU & CO. Machine.
Alao, an awaid of
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
to perform cwlng for family ne, nrh a; f dally
execntidon the I.ADD, W ROSTER 4 CO. Machine.
Trial lor the above awards to take place in tin
city. In any (.tillable public hall, nt aneh tune
(wllhln thirty day) a will iolt the boeinoM en
gagement of both partie. Provided, h .wever,
that tlii challengo Is aeeeeted on or bef .re Monday,
the 24th Inst. To decide till contest, we propose a
committee of five peron to be appointed as jndgna,
In the following manner, via: Karh of the abo e
named parties to npp int two damterntrd mechanic
of this city, whose honesty can not lie onestioned:
the four thus appointed to select a tiah. The nailer.
signed, on their purl, are ready to name two tnca
pari if s, both of whom have now I n use tin t heir
families l. Sewing Machines of the Wheeler k : Wilson
mannlni tnre. 0 ('. K N U IN CO.,
Oniro of Ladd. Webster & Co.,', Bowing Machines,
t0 Wst rourlh-slroe', sein-a
!T,A RTtAND ItKPrBMCaS, MARS
fc-" Meeting in the First IMBtnct will be held
In the Plcn c lirove. near eiaoisonvme.
ON SATUilDAV, SRI'TKMBKK K.
Hon FRANK P. BI.AIB,
Hon. TOM C'IBWIN,
lien. 8AMI EL K. CARY,
Judge WM JOHNS I'OX,
JudJeO. M SPF.NCKR,
Pr. . W. NIXON.
I'RED. nASSAI'IiEK, Esq.,
rnu-uj y NOVKS, lq..
And other,' have ln !:v.i,',; ud are expected to
address the meetinK. n-
Speakiug to commence at 11 o clock A. v l ome
Bring vonr baskets well filled.
Let every body turn out I lothe Indies especially
a meet cordial invitation Is extended.
The best of music will bo in attendance. Let
overy farmer bring hi wngon, his family and hi
friend. Let us hare a grand jubilee and a good
The Wide-awakes will be present.
si lo d (Charge Ex. Com.)
rSs,nOI FOIt niADTSONVIT.T,F..-
fcPv2H The procession for this meeting will
leave the corner of Ninth and Walnut ft nine
o'clock Coi.veynnce plenty. Let every Ltiv turn
out. Will leave c.rnerof Lower Murkotnnd Br ad
way about ten o'clock. se22-a
Ch Rep. Ex. Com.)
TTIE PnYSIO-MRDICAIi COI.
LiJbUft una iKJfn roottivcti inm iiiev-iri-lli
ffr Hnild.na to the CINCINNATI LIT-
KltAKY AND 801KNT1FIO INSTITUTE, No. HT
Tliiril-Pt., ptt of Broadway, wh-rn it prospered so
well from 1M3 to HeroH in again c tiinected
with the. Physio-Mediral Inflrninry, in which stu
dents run constantly wil new, the snperlor power of
the prnrtice theT aru tune lit In the lectures.
WANTKD Students to be instructed in the true
science and practioe of Medici us, and patients to
bf treated in the best manner known to the med
Icnl profession. A. CURTIS, M. D.t
Dean of the College Faculty aud Proprietor of tho
U KENNED VC MEDICAL DI9COV-
wOHa KHV it acknowledged by the most eminent
physicians, and by the most careful druRists
throughout the United States, to tw the most effec
tnal blood-purifier ever known, and to have relived
more suffering, and effected more permanent cures,
than any preparation known to the profoBHion. Scrof
ula, Salt ft heum. Krygfpala, Scald-head, Scaly Erup
tions of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles
and the system reHtorea to inn strength and vigor,
Full and explicit directions for the cure of ulcerated
other corrnnt and running ulcers
vivpn In the
nipniRi witn earn oottie. sor sale dv
JOHN I). PA UK, 8UIBK, KCKSCilN it CO.. and
OKOHOK 11. IllSON. Price tl. epl-ar .
Read, all who wish to get Riohl
a-e-Ss, A BOOK. CON T A I N I N G IN
SKlfV STRI'CTIUNS how to make afortnne in a
few months, will be sent to any anil all persons, on
receipt of their correct addre and '.20 cents in post
age stamps. Address J. P. DE t.VSLK, Agent,
lelMtf Bo 1.344 Oincinnatt Ohio.
Xl EOJPBNIJ X3:
ft JalN DAI LT RECEIPT Off
av33 PR1NCK 8 BAY SHELL Ol'SJ'SKS.
Meals from OA. M. to 12 P. M.
au2-cm W. B. MAKSH, JR., Proprietor.
saVCSST STITCH SEWING MACHINES, with
recent improvements, surpass all other, regardless
of price. Examine them before purchasing eluo
where. Send fi.r a circular and sample of seaing.
Agents wanted. H. O. BUKTMAN,
Hi West Fourth-lit., Cincinnati,
au29-bra Sole Agent for the United States.
aSS 55. SS
LADD AVEBSTER & CO.'S
f-3SNKW STYLE JUST ISSUED AT
SCST" FIFTY-FIVK DOLLARS.
Call and sea them at NO West Fourth -at.
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.,
Invite attention to their
J-Va FIRST PREMIUM RECEIVED
irvS. at Ihe Massachusetts, New York, Penn
sylvania, juaryianu, iiemucny ana Aiauama oiate
Va.: Fairs ;tlie Seaboard AKricnltiiral Fair, Norfolki
am noniBoi txuinty raira inroucnoat lue country.
1 ui macnine is also inaorsea as
TIIE BEST FOB FAMILY USB,
Bv Commodore F. Enoie. commander of the NavT
ara at I'lillaaeloina; Liieut. wm. u. aiaury, li. d.
avy: Wm. P. W iliiamson. t;iiler Eniflneer, V. B.
eiavv: D. H. Cochran. Esq.. Principal of New York
State Normal School: D. H. Allen, 1. D., President
of Lane Seminary; J. B. Pirsson, Kmj., Civil Eu
ilnenr. New York City, and by the best mechanic
Lliroiiirliont the eountrv.
we have just issued a new styte at tne tow price oi
Which are the name In point of mechanism as our
niginar-nnisiiea juacniuea. uaii ana we mem.
SO West Fourth-sL, ClncinnalK
r FOB. JUSTICE OF TBE PEACE
CUARLE8 D, FOOTS,
GEOBOI O. THIELMAN,
aoia-tt JACOB B. GETZENDANNEU
mjr viiir ii stii uh nir thr pfatp.
H. N. CLABK, N. M AllUHANT. liENJ. TBL'B,
DAVID UbilKB, nil. L. ALDBIUH. sel8-tt
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
We Invite tbs attention of
Bock-e!ler, Merchants, Druggtsti,
And others, to our stack of
D00K3, PAPER AND KTATIONEBT,
LETTER, CAP nd NOTE FAPEB3
BONNET BOARDS, ke,
Which wa will aell at
TIIE LOWEST PRICES
AH orders received br mM BUed premptlv, and
with strict attention to tna wishes '
of Lhs custodier.
APPLEGATE & CO.,
N: 43 Maia-strMt,
Soot caxxel BUoe fcltosre
No. 10 W(t tlxth-itrett.
sc?l-lf Betwaeu Main and Walnut. Cincinnati,
MI L! WINTER GOODS
DELAND & GOSSAGE'S
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS.
Large assortment of new strle.
Cloth and Velvet Cloaks!
Zebra and Plain Dusters!
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
At M, 62, 75 and 8"c; J 1 , Jl to and $1 50 and finer.
Linens, Linens, &c.
At 3C, h7'i, 40 and SO cents.
10-4 Linen Bheotinss,
At 73 cents, worth 81.
At SO, 6'j't, 75, 8VH cents and 81.
At 81 au, 8 1 SO and 8 J.
Brown Damask Cloths,
At Hi i, 79, b7.'u cents and 81
Colored TaWlng, for Tea Cloths.
flsttAUTT ie l eriva
flUUK TOwfel.8 AND TOWELING,
Linen and Cotton Sheeting's, Pillow
FLANNELS AND BLANKETS!
Vhile, Bed and Colored Pressed Flannels.
In White, Bed nnd Drab, 2$ yards wide, for
Skirtings and SheetitiK.
Silk Flannel, for Infanta.
BLEACHED AND UNTILE ACHED CANTON
COLORED CANTON FLANNELS.
Traveling Dress Goods!
A Rich and Varied Assortment.
E M li R O 1 DER IKS!
Ladies' and Children's Iioop Skirts, full assortment.
DEL AND "&GOSSAGE,
eel 74 and 70 West Fourth-street.
GOLD WATCHES AM) CHAINS!
DUHME & CO.,
Corner of Fourth and Walnut,
I AVE A BEAtJTIFIIIa STOCK OF
Watches and Chains. Silver Ware. Plated Al-
batu Ware. Mimical lloxes. Clocks, etc., all war
ranted of the beat quality. se21-f
DRESS TRIMMINGS I
DRESS TRIMMINGS I
Choice styles, comprising all the latest novelties,
at LOW PRICES, at
78 West Fourth-st.,
e?n-d Opposite Pike's Opera-house.
At 175 Vine-st.,
BETWEEN T0UBTH AND FIFTH-8TS.
Mrs. w. I. nrnsoN's opening of
FALL HILLIrtEBX will take place
On Saturday, September 22.
Sp FALL MILLINERY ! Sp
1 am now opening an entire new stoca oi .
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers,
FEATHERS, SILKS, CUT AND TX.
CUT Velvets, Kuchea, Hlond Laces and M(L-
LINKBY UOOilS of overy description.
The attention of Milliners Is called to our French
Pattern Hats, wholesale and retail.
J. WKBB, JR.,
aell 154 Flfth-st,
ItTRS. SPARKS. OP NEWPORT, KY
o.'ja. wouiu reepeciiui ly luiurui uvr painm., e
and the public generally, of the removal of JL-.
bar Millinery Establishment, from York- j
street, to her old stand, on Ckilumbia-stteet,
oetween jenerson nnu jnaiuson.
saaTAU kmils of Millinery Goods on hand. Prices
Sloat's Sewing Machine Co.,
BALKS-BOOM NO. 30 WEST FOUBTH-8T,,
Over Le Boutilller't 8 tor.
M. ItlUH make and tiuieb to auy in the warkut,
aud aie Aold at lower Dricen.
a Kn w wuuica in Hererat wOwdi in uaio mna
eSI-f Cincinnati, Onto.
npO (iKOCHHH -IH TTEU AND EGtid.
M- we are recuivmg, aauy,
FBK8II BUTTKB, IN BOLLS AND CBOCKB,
Which we will tell in quantities to euit.
ALSO-FBKSH EGGS AND POULTRY.
ai7 Wtist bixtli-st.,
cSl-e Between John and Smith.
HT OTIC K-ALL THOSK WHO UaVB
rentod BiMJthi aaid Hilnpu of Thiiu'i8 L. 8ie
venu, the proprietor of the Millcrook House, And ao
ityltnl "Ciuriuuttti Trotting Park," are reHpHCtftiUy
invited to atteud n meeting to be held on MONDAY
KVKMNG. the 2lth irint.. nt the houHe of Jacob
Tronf, corner of Kfghth nnd Froeunan-strcote, at
even u ckick. io auo
pt nieaMiireti to recover our
money obtained by auid T. L. Stevens, through mis
repretnthtioii!. Bv order of tlie Conimittoe 8, A
HIiKllHlUK, PAVlD FA BIS, JAUub TKOPF, K
STKVKNS, BOBT. HJMMH ACO,
rsTtHE OFFICE OF TIIE JTTNA INSI'B
M. AKI't CdMI'ANY- I UTKK A I.IMlSfcV
Anent lias been rmVfd from 40 Miiin-et. to
Jit Vine-st., at whit-h latti-r plare the entire local
bu.Mtiip.il oi tne companv win ue aneniiea to ny
eeiii-Rdp CAUTKlt A LINIlHKl', Agents.
FAIIIONAHIK HIIIBI MANIIM
Tl'KEU AND DEALJUs ill 6iUiTlrVU
19 WEST FOrKTH8TBBBT.
MKIiir a. wvisiim iiwr.ii tatM -
AVE IiOSTANr THING, AO
it In the PltKSii. where v.ur kdier
v tm ins
tuemnnt will tie more likely to he seen than In anv
other paper, on eoooum or its extensive eircuiation
OA Il IX. NORTHERN GRANDER,'
jm'sj !; un cousianuieiit.
AAUIIH A. (X)LTCR.
11V ana 9-41 nain-n.
nllKK CIDER VINEGAR. -19 BRL.B.
M. piue ciuer viuegar.
AARON A. COLTKR,"
s19 3 1 1 and 341 MJn-t.
WEW. eODFlSH.-B DRUMS MBW
AABON A. OOLTR, '
sl ' aiand aslhU!a-et.
M av ti u.
a a itim
10 VOn WANT A HJCH VANT P Kfi
-ri.. linn Kuril, in tl,.TiAILI l'l:kd
It roia tut a trlftva nd o will aoou bav rour
Jolm Shillito & Co.,
101,' 103 and 105
Are now opening a
VERT LAFOE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
BRITISH, FRENCH, SWISS, GERMAN AND AMERICAN
&o.t &o., &o.
A large portion of onr stock being Imported direct
from Mniifactnrer, we ore enabled to offer In
ducements to cash and short -time prompt buyers.
WE SHALL OPEN Ol'K STYLES OF
CN SATURDAY, SEPT. 22.
118 West Tourth-Bt.,
Bfifl-c BKTWEBK VINE ASP BACK.
I1TB IHANTJFACTUnK AND KEEP
t T coustanuy ou nana
Of nil siv.es and weights. Also:
Fmm the finest sired and extra cnlendored Book
pnper to the chi'ainvt grade, und can make to ordor
hiiv sie and quality on short notice. We have a
complete stock of
ENGLISH HARDWARE PAPER,
TISSUE PAPER f
LETTEB PAPEB-Flatn and Billed ;
NOTE PAPER-Plain and Ruled ;
COLORED GLAZED PAPERS,
PRINTERS' CUT CARDS,
PAPER BAGS, ETC,,
To which we Invite the attention of dealers and
Nixon, Chatfield & Woods,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Paper-dealers,
seI8-f 77 and 70 Walnut-at.
Oliio State Iair,
TO Bit HELD AT DAYTON,
Commencing Tuesday, September 25,
and Closing Friday, 28th.
Cincinnati, Uamilton and Dayton
N ADDITION TO THE BEGUL4R
Trains, leavina Cine nnsti at A.i u.m-anri
M.,7i30 A. M., !ii30 P. M.. and j--iJ
i . jii., two special rum. win oe run,
leaving Cincinnati at Oi'iO A. M. and 8 A. M.,
iinniua ai an wav staiioi.s.
Tlie itn A. M. Train, from Cincinnati, will ston
at Hamilton, miauieiowu ana uaytou, omlt.
Half-fur e Tickets,
Good on anr of ths above Trains, can be purchased
at uiucinnnti, ana an way stations to uaytou, aua
return, at tne iicaei umces oi tue uompany.
FULL FAKE WILL BE CHABGED TO THOSE
raiiAU un 1111 iuaiks.
RETURNING Train mill leave Tl.vton a fol
lows, viz: 3 A. M.,H. M.,3l30 P.M., 4 P.M., 0
. M. andHtfO r, M.
The Si.tO P. M. Train from Davton will ston at
Mlddletown and Hambton, OSLV. All other Trains
stop at way stations.
The Cars of the Passenaer Ballroad Company of
Cincinnati (Third, Fourth and Fifth-street Line
mreet-carsi, lana passengers at tne x utn-gt. ena oi
tne u., n. It- A. K- nepot.
The Car of the Cincinnati Street Railroad Co.
rneventli-etreet l.inel will land nasseuiiers at Bixtn-
street uepoi. . . .
et7'l J. jauuAKMi, oupnntenani.
NO. 82 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
ONE DOOR EAST OF TINE,
40.000 which 7ill heSlJmloUofOaS
Tl UnH Tl.i.ii.anrf nt
TEN PKB CENT. BELOW N. Yt Prices.
Addreas or call upon
, MACK It. BARMTZ,
Book and Map Puhliiiher,
And Miiiiufactiirer's Depot,
ee13-tf 38 and 40 West F .unli-jit., up atuirs.
BOSTON SHIRT FACTORY.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Superior Shirts Made to Order.
afNENTI.EMEN WHO ARE PARTICO.
M LAK la the tit and appearauc or their BhirU
and desirous of having thone that will sot well anr
look n-at, are IpvIUkI to ! v. their order, at el KFr
M II H in liairA I, eV GU IK. Dt! II II unjU UOIIIIC UItl
Knn. hut the iMwit aooda ara UMd. and tuorouft
Zb A. KErrNEB, Aent,
Nnrth.uil earner fifth and Viu.-atreatS.
JaM-eui2dp OverOle A Uoealus. oia., O
Containing correct Melalnotype Likenesses of
LINCOLN AND HAMLIN,
DOUGLAS AND JOHN80H,
BKLL AND EVERETT,
BBEOK.INBIDUK AND LANK.
rrpHEHB MEDALS ARB 80 I.I D Kin,
jl with muipa sons (coin .tyis), aua sunpiimi
qil.Dlllll vu mi,, iiuin uu. uutnu w iuuumiiiu.
at low prices, to dealera. Bend ulna stamp, ana
get samples aua list 01 prioes.
J. Ii. DRAKE cV CO..
11 West Fourth-.t., Oluclnuatl, Ohio.
.1 LANU V UODLKY,
Founders and Engine-builders,
, CIRCULAR SAW-BUZ.LS,
Corner John and Watar-atnets, Cincinnati.
1N( till.) I r..f!fh.nskiy riiJl j0Culi
Alti t VVDim. 1 tl (i AT lUn A L UAu-
w'UITKB. at tk. buraet Uouw-.up.riur to
graving, U.ulv. lifii:. mora fe.lnoli.l lo,
RICKEY, MALLORT & CO.,
73 WEST FOUIITII ST.
POEMS OF GEORGE P. MORRIS With
a Memoir of the Author. One volume, blue and
gold. Trice 0 cents.
RAWLINSON'S HERODOTUS Vol. IV.
0tinp'e((ng the work. Four volumes 8ro. J10.
TIIE WOMAN IN WHITE A Noycl, Jly
WUkip C"Uin-, author of ' Queen of iionrts,"
Dead Secret," etc. Illustrated b? John Mc-
Lenan. One Tol. 8vo $1. Bamo In paper, TW.
THE EI G II T II COMMANDMENT. By
tliarle Kede, author of " Never Too Lata to
Wend." "Peg WofBngton," " Lore Mo Little,
Lovo Me Long," etc. One vol. I2iuo. 750.
CUP A FOR INVALIDS. By R. W. Gibbes,
M. D.. Columbia, S. 0. Ono vol. lZino. 75c.
CHAPTERS ON WIVES. By Mrs. Ellis,
Mothers of Great Men." Uao vol.
THE WILD SPORTS OF INDIA With
Remarks on the B'tcdlng and Bearing of H nos
and tho Formation of Light Irregular Cavalry
Bv ' apt Hcnrv haknpear Commandant ol Nag.
pore Irregular Force. One vol. 12mu. 7!o.
ITALY IN TRANSITION. Public Scenes
and Private Opinions in the Spring i f 1-A0. Illus
trated hr Official Dicnmont fr tn the Papal Ar
clilves of the Bevolted Legations. Br William
Arthur, A. M., author of " The Tongue of FIra."
'One vol. l2mo. tl.
THE SUNNY SOUTH : or, The Southerner
at Ilome- Embracing Klve Years' Experience off a
Northern Goveinoss in the Land of the Sugar and
the Cotton. Edited hr Prof. J. H. Ingraham, of
Mississippi. One volume, tl 23.
FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH AND
ITALIAN LANGUAGES WITHOUT A MAS-
TEB Wherebr anr one or all of these languages
can be learned by anr one without tha aid off a
teacher. By A. H. Monteith. One vol. 8vo. tl .
REMINISCENCES OP AN OFFICER OF
F.OUAVE8. Br General Olor. Translated from
the French. One volume, tl.
THE MOTHER-IN-LAW A Tale of Do-
nestle Life. By Mrs. Emma D. E. N. South.
worth, anthor of "India," "Deserted Wife,'
" Retribution," eta. One volume, tl tS.
New Work by Marlon Harland.
NEMESIS. A Novel. By Marion HarUnd,
author of "Alone," "Hidden Path," "Moss Side,'
Ac. One vol. 12mo. Price tl 25.
A POLITICAL TEXT-BOOK FOR 1860
Compiled br Horace Greeley and John F. Oleve
land. One vol. 8vo. Price tl, W20
LOCK-STITCH SHUTTLE MACHINE,
Gartering, Shoe-binding and Family
Work of Every Description,
ITlOR SIMPLICITY, DURABILITY AND
. oonhequent freedum from derangement, tt cb
not b excelled by any limilur Mnchiao yet olTenxi
to tne public. An eatlmate of iU capanilitto. In
fiiH, can scarcely be maile; for while it can hm
wor-ted with ease and certainty, on the heaviest
poods, or leather (the stitch being alike on both
aides), It will Bind, Hem, Gather, Tuck and full,,
as neatly as any Machine made for light work only
In tact, it is
Truly a Family Sewing Machine!
A nd we Invite those who are In want of a first-class
Machine to examine onrs before purchasing else
where. Machines warranted, and proper itirjt ruc
tions given. Prices vary according to style of Antflti
and capacity, as follows. They all do their work
equally well ; i
No. 1 ....-..-...$50...M..$55....f0,
No. 2.,.M...... 0O $05.....$7.
Manufactured aad told at
NO. 347 WEST FIFTH-ST.. BOOTH BIDBV,
Between Plum and Oentral-avenne, In the eeoondl
siory 01 roweii s owne-iront jsuuaing.
tel&-l J. E. BURPQR,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, IN PACK
AG ICS to suit the trade, Freeh -roasted and. ,
Java and Rio Coffees and Peanuts.
Mace, and Rica Floor.
"IX L" Mustard.
(Jiuclunati ' mnstara,
' Premium" Miuttard.
14 Amm-itum" Mustard.
Oswego Corn Btarch,
vswego Oliver kioh niarcn,
0wego Puro Btatch,
Barlow's 1 mil go Bine,
&e.t Are dte.
131 and 133 Race -at., between Third and Fourth.
H&nnisoN & WILSOM,
ON KXRIHITION AT
TEE OHIO MECHANICS' FAIR,
UNITED STATES PAIR,
And Id operation at Monarch Hotel, Fair Qrouada,
ADAMS, PECKOVER & CO.
PATENTEES AND .MANUFACTURERS,
Corner Fifth and Elm-itreata.
TIIY HA I. T
1 Ef - I.On-tVILLB,
w w ml. , sour. Tr. si. t)Ullirin AfPllla
t'iiiciuuati Please seud us at ouce, 140 do abb ul
WW ti.,ni 1.11 M 1 I tllfrn oil a a'
j. j. vvi
Excelsior Fluid Inks!
And much obligs four, tnilr,
aslt-f Wbolwwl. lrua-tflsta,
N. M Wen V.arth-.crM,
AH KNOW BEOKIV1NU AUUITIQISIT
their lata. aMot iiitmit of .I'iLo.. J..)..
Bllv.rwart and Diamniiii.
ALttO A ua .Murtiu.at of Plftod Tta ts aaal
muwT ... "F""-
SPAMHH OI,IRA-JIMT RECEIVCO.
IU caMi. .uirlor hitaul.h Olives.
fvt sal. WbuWalaauu "'", bf . k
A. McltANALD CO.,
a!T B and Braacu 'i lU ttt ruurtnav
I.VU-VJA'' l!"Nmf ATTOK mkv;.at
T UW,UUSI JMIIilluf
M w Ibiraa,
TfcO yOIT WANT TO IIIXiNT THIMGf
MM Aa.vrtiM IU lb. I)AIH 1"K
... biiy.nl in abuudauc.
l.rgt.t eirwulatiuu ia lit. citjr.