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THIS DAILY TRESS.
IlltJSHV ltliiOl Ac CO.,
anurias and lorstwwas. ,
OFFICIAL TAPEH OF THK C1TT.
HAT IK DY .
The First and Second Districts.
In the First Conjrressionsvl District there
are three candidates: Mr. Pendleton, the
present incumbent, Democrat; Mr.Spencer,
Republican, and Mr. Jon t, Native AmericAn.
Of the election of Mr. Jones there is no pros
pect, and be would probably be withdrawn
by those who put bim in nomination, if it
were thought that his withdrawal would In
crease the chances of Mr. Pendleton.
Whether the fact of his standing where he
U will mo3t damage the prospects of Mr.
Fpcncer or of Mr. Pendleton, is a question
upon which there are differences of opinion.
fSuch arrangements usually injure worst the
larty which makes them. They may not do
so in this particular instance.
As respects Messrs. Spencer and Pendle
ton, it is safe to fay that both of them are
worthy of the confidence of their fellow
citizens, and, whichever may be elected,
there is no reason to fear that the interests
of the people will be in improper hands.
The doctrinal differences between them,
whether considered in fl party or in a personal
aspect, are hardly worthy, at this present
time, to be taken into the account. In
deed, we may sfdy sr.y, upon the gre.it
fancy subject of all agitation, we do not
know what they are a state of ignorance
which we supcct is pretty extensively
fha;edny tbo candidates themselves. Fp'jn.
n point of real importance, we four that Mr.
Fpencer's Whig antecedents miUt lead
I-.im a little too far in the direction of
l.igh tariffs and prote-tive duties, while
Mr. Pendleton's Democratic antecedents
might not have the effect to draw
him quite far enough in the opposite di
rection. Having the standing of a faithful
and pains-taking Representative, we see no
10 son, party interests aside, for changing
one good man for another, and it is no bad
moiiiu, iu such coses, for the people to let
well enough alone. As an offset to Judge
Fpencer'i greater age and worldly experi
ence, there is Mr. Pendleton's better health
end consequently higher capacity for service.
Between these two gentlemen the contest
should be an amicable one; for, as they are
both up to the requirements of the place,
neither will be made better in the eyes of his
fellow-citizens by success, nor worse by
In the Second District there are also three
candidates! Mr. Gurley, Republican, the
present incumbent, of the seat; Mr. Long,
the regular Democratic; and Mr. Harrison,
Bell and Everett. The prospects of the latter,
with nothing but the numerical force of his
party, can not be considered very brilliant;
And it is not prolably with a view of an
election by that agency alone that his friends
keep bim before the people. Mr. Harrison,
ly his antecedents, represents a sort of grudge
.gainst the Republican party entertained by
that relic of Whiggery which became Amer
ican, inch as is common with old associates
turned to rivals; and one of the secondary
objects ot his candidacy is to withdraw votes
from his Republican opponent.
Hopes are kept up in the bosoms of Mr.
Harrison and his friends by some of the
more adroit Democratic leaders, of the di
version of a sufficient number of Democratic
votes from Mr. Long to secure Mr. Harrison's
election. This, however, if not contrary to
their wishes, is beyond their power. It is
said to have been the understanding between
II r. Harrison's friends and these leadors,
that, iu case that gentleman would consent
to be a' candidate, the Democratic party
ehould refrain from making a nomination,
thus leaving the contest to be carried on
between him and the Republican nominee.
This agreement, however, the pressure of
party usages, and of persons seeking candi
dacies, was sufficient, pract'cally, te annul,
as it will all arrangements for the transfer of
votes to candidates outside the party com
munion. . Mr. Harrison will, therefore, have
little to stand upon beyond the strength of
the Boll-Everett party proper, which, if past
figures are reliable, will do little toward
securing him the coveted place in Congress.
Mr, Long, the regular Democratic candi
date, is not a favorite either with the leaders
or the masses of his party, and gained bis
nomiostioa not so much by his personal
merit as through aa industrious use of the
machinery by which combinations are ef
fected and caucuses controlled, of which he,
long since, made himself a part, for the pur
pose. He will receive the votes of the
fnvater share of the party proper, and will
probably gain about as many of the Bell
Everett men who despair of electing Mr.
Harrison, as he will lose of Democrats who
take a contrary view of the prospect, and
despair of electing himself. Of the floating
vote the rote which elects Mr. Long's
chances are not good; a? well from his want
(if personal popularity as from the fact that,
other tilings being: equal, the tendency of
this vote is to preponderate in favor of the
' candidate in office.
Mr. Harrison is aa amiable gentleman, not
without ability, and with a multitude of
well-WL'bers. He stands the admitted rep
resentative of a sentiment just in itself and
boldea by a large and mutt resectable class
of our fellow-citizens ; and it is probable
that, could he receive the Democratic vote-
as it was once thought he might be would
be elected. But, however desirous the lead
ers may be, experience has shown that the
Democratic masses are only tractable within
certain limits. No Moses has yet arisen ca
pable to lead tbtrn out of the party Egypt;
and he would be a bold man who wonld
openly avow bis willingness to do so. That,
therefore, which may be easily agreed upon
in secret between wire-workers playing for
uccefs, may be one of the most difficult
things to carry into effect; and here is the
obstacle to Mr. Hairisoo'f election, which no
one appears to be able to remove.
To nt, the chauees of an election in the
.Second District appear to be in favor of Mr.
Gurley; nor, under present appearances, can
this be looked open as matter for regret. Mr.
Curley gained his first election by bis en
ergy, through the ase ot honorable means.
He has, to all appearance, served his con
stituents faithfully. He is a Republican, and
(tot unmindful of the interests tf his party ;
but he has been a good local Representative.
Party usagea, even in the wildest rotation
tunes, accorded to the faithful partisan a
faoaad aomloation and why should not the
people, who have tven better reasons for it,
return oac autre the rnaa who has proved
iiiaatdf their faithful servant '.' 1 ' .. . " " ..'
Wretched Hospitals and Jails.
Dorothea Dlx has recently been In Mich
igan and examined the hospitals an! jails in
that State, which are represented in a de
plorable condition from their shameful ne
glect. We wonder if Miss Dix visited the
Commercial Hospital and City Prison while
she was here. If she did, the must have been
shocked and horrified. Those institutions
arc disgraceful to the city, tho State aud hu
manity, and the Prison unequnled since the
days of tho Black Hole of Calcutta. How
much longer must justice be outraged, and
decency offended by the continuance oi that
villainous City Prison. The dungeons of
Naples were pleasant places of sojourn to
that loathsome sink of festering vice and air
Webster's Reply to Hayne-A Woman
Cause of its Preservation.
It is stated in an Eastern paper that we
are indebted to Mrs. Joseph Gales, wife of the
editor of tho Rational Intelligencer, for the
celebrated reply of Webster to Hayne in the
United States Senate. Mr. Gales had re
ported it in short-hand, but having no time
to write it out, his wife, who was familiar
with stenography, undertook to, and did
decipher it, hardly a word needing change.
Webster read the proof, was delighted, and
presented her with his thanks and a set of
diamonds. But for Mrs. Galea's industry
and determination we bhould probably have
lost the most famous oration ever delivered
in the United States Senate.
The Boston Recorder records the providen
tial conversion of a woman from Catholicism.
She had attended Protestant preaching, and
"received religious impressions." Her hus
band, alarmed, charged her with insanity,
and had her committed to the insane hospi
tal at Northampton. The distressed woman
resisted with all her might, but the more she
resisted, the more deranged they thought
her, and she was put among the insane.
"There she found herself in quiet quarters,
aud had nil the Protestant preaching she dor
sired." The result was, Bhe became hope
lessly pious. "At least," the Recorder says,
"she received instruction and impressions
as to the way of life, which, we trust, will
not easily be lost." Probably enough to
plant the root of bitterness in that family
for life. The Recorder rejoices exceedingly.
This incident shows what a mighty work of
salvation might be wrought in our land, by
putting all the Catholic wires in our insane
Death of Governor Willard.
Our telegraphic dispatches advise us of the
death of W. P. Willard, present Governor of
Indiana, at St. Pauls, Minn. The Governor
was a man of ability and eloquence, and
possessed such qualities ns made him, inde
pendent of politics, many warm personal
Death of Governor Willard. Our Weekly Edition-A New Supply.
As our weekly edition, containing a full
account of the sojourn of the Prince of Wales
in Cincinnati, was early exhausted, we have
printed a number of extras, which persons
desireus of sending to their friends at a dis
tance can obtain by early application at the
The Thanksgiving Season.
Governor Morgan, of New York, has pro
claimed a day of Thanksgiving on the 29th
of October. The reason given is, that Provi
dence has been vastly more favorable to this
than to other lands. This is good for us,
but it limits the Thanksgiving duty to this
John M. Botts, in his speech at Richmond,
proposed, in case Lincoln is elected, to tnke
the contract to fill all his appointments from
South Carolina. It is too dreadful to think
of. Don't' do it Mr. Botts I It would de
populate the State.
The steamer fjlasgoie brought the intelli
gence that some man in Toulon bad shot at
Louis Napoleon without effect. The reason
the would-be assassin missed the Emperor,
must have been that he shot at Toulon (too
Tbs man in the moon: the responsible
editor of the Gazelle. This important dis
covery probably accouuts for his being all
A Card from Jobn B. Armstrong.
To Hit Editon of tin Daily Preu:
It has been reported since I became a can
didate for the office of Sheriff of Hamilton
County, that I was "engaged in the Bedini
riots of 1B53."
I believe it to be a duty I owe to myself
and friends to contradict this rumor; there
fore I here proclaim it to be falte; that I was
not connected or engaged in any manner,
sunpe or form with the Bedini riots, and no
person of responsibility dare father the
JOHN B. ARMSTRONG.
Tbi "GnriK8" in PiHis -Sharpen Out
vUttd by a Conjuror. A Paris letter-writer
Before I quit the fete at Blois, I must not
forget to tell you of a novel and excellent ex
pedient the managers resorted to as a means
ot circumventing the Greeks. These sharp
ers were never, at any period of time, in so
great numtiers as they ar now in Paris so
ciety. They are to be found every-where,
and disguised so exactly as gcutlemen, iu
trenched behind so good a name and such
fine clothes, it is impossible to detect them
for counterfeit uutil they set to "work." The
managers of the fete at Blois knew they
would not oeape tins Greek invasion, aud
they engaged Moub. Kol-ert Htfudin (the well
known conjuror; he lives at Blois now, in
well-earned xftluence,) to watch the card
tablet. The Creeks came and conquered, as
they ulways do; but when they returned to
iheir inn to iiare their epoils, they fou n I
their pot l ets empty! The next day Mons.
lit ltt lloudiu returned the stakes so un
fn.i ly lost to the losers, and gave the remain
der, the Greeks' mouey, to the charities of
liioifc. The trofeesor of legerdemain had
delicately picked their pockets!
Tm Czthkxda or Babenton. A volume
entitled Wanderingt in Britany says:
The peasants still bring their eicklv chil
dren to be cured, and say the water is es
pecially powerful in cases or lever. You
lay ; Ris, ris ! Fountaine de Barenttm,"
dropping a p'0 the while into the spring,
w hereuion it breaks into ripples and bub
bles; if it laughs, you are to lie fortunate;
if it remains mute, you will be unlucky.
Tradition iind poesy both say the water
fizzes round a swordpoint, but we had noth
ing larger than pins to try it with, and to
those it responded gaily. When the country
was in great want of rain, a procession was
formed to the fountain, and the priest dipped
the foot of the cross out ot the church into
the water, after which rain is sure to fail
abundantly. This ceremony bad been suc
cessful very lately. The peasants believe
the priests can punish them by sprinkling
water from the spring on the large stone,
the perron of Merlin, above the well, which
brings rain throughout the whole parish for
many days. -
A little girl bearing her mother sneak of
going into half-mourning, said, "Why are
you going into baif-oMtwuing, mamma are
aay of oar illations haif-dead?''
JOHN B. ARMSTRONG. LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH
Omaha, N. T, October 5 A large meet
ing of bolters from the Democratic ticket
was held here last night, which was ad
dressed by Hon. Andrew J. Uanscom, Wm.
G. Baugh and others.
Mr. Ha nscom charged some of the candi
dates on the Democratic ticket with corrup
tion and malfeasance in office, and denounced
them as traitors to popular sovereignty.
Chicago, October 6. The number in at
tendance at the mass meeting of the Democ
racy to-day is fully equal to that of the
Seward demonstration on Tuesday last.
Delegations are present from various parts
of the State. The procession formed at
twelve o'clock, and escorted Mr. Dong'.as to
Union Park, where he spoke for an hour and
a half. The torch-light procession to-night
was a grand affair. Speeches were made at
the Court-house and also from the balcony
of the Tremont House, by General Dodge, of
Iowa; Senator Stuart, of Michigan, and
LArAviTTR, October 5. The Republicans
had a large and enthusiastic demonstration
here to-day. The crowd is estimated from
fifteen to twenty thousand. Hon. H. S.
Lnne, of Indiana; Governor Randall, of
Wisconsin, and others were the speakers.
There were over 2,000 torches in the pro
Severe Storm In the South.
Nkw Orleans, October 5. This part of the
country was visited, on Monday last, by the
B.ost severe storm which has been witnessed
here for years. In this city the wall of a
new building on Camp-street, fell, killing
Twenty-nine coal boats were swamped, in
volving a loss of $150,000.
The back portion of tho city W03 sub
merged. Eleven mile of the Jackson Rail
way was washed off, anil a large number of
houses along the line of the road were swept
avi ay, by which several lives were lost. The
dnm'nee on the river is heavy. Steamboats
were blown ashore and others sunk.
From thirty-five to forty sugar-houses
were blown down, and the sugar crop greatly
A dispatch from Baton Rouge reports
twenty-one coal boats swamped, and four
Orleans, October 5. The brig Kineo,
from Vera Cruz, is ashore near the Balize.
She confirms the final condemnation of the
confiscation of the bark Maria ConcepHon.
The Spanish Commodore threatened to
bombard Vera Cruz, but Captain Jarvis con
demned that course, and the whole fleet,
with the exception of one vessel, returned to
A conducta having $1,200,000, destined
for Tampico, had heen seized by Degollado,
and it is believed the money will be used to
support the expedition against the Capital.
It is stated Dohlado had effected a loan of
$C(io,000 for the same purpose.
The advance guard of the Liberals had ar
rived before Tacutya; the other divisious
were expected to be before the city.
New York Items.
Nrw York, October 5. The Receiver of
the Erie Road has obtained an order of the
court directing the payment of the coupons
of the third-mortgage bonds.
Advices from Venezuela report that the
Spanish Minister had demanded and re
ceived his passports, and had left the coun
try. The cause of the quarrel growing out
of injuries to certain Spanish subjects, for
which Spain demands Satisfaction. It is not
unlikely that the Spanish expedition, pre
paring atHavana, may be intended for Vene
zuela, and afterward for Mexico.
General Pacz was appointed Minister to
Boston, October 5. The officers of the
slave-bark Orion were sentenced to-day, for
being engaged in the slave-trade, in the
United States District Court, as follows:
Thus. Morgan, part owner and commander
at the time of her capture, was fined $2,000,
ar,d te be imprisoned two years iu jail.
Byron J. Chamberlain, first mate, was sen
tenced to imprisonment in jail for two years.
Win. Dunbar, imprisonment for twenty-one
months in jail.
New York State Fair.
Eluira, October 5. The State Fair closed
to-day with the annual address. The
weather has been extremely unfavorable
most of the week, and this had the effect of
seriously reducing the number of visitors.
The total receipts amount to $10,000.
The trotting to-day was quite spirited.
The owner of "Flora Temple' refused to
allow her lo trot, for which various reasons
PiTTKRCRO, October 8 M River five feet
six inches by the picr-mark, and falling.
The weather is clear and warm.
Louisville, October 6 P. M. River stat
ionary, with three feet one inch water in
the Canal. The weather is cloudy.
Arrival of the Overland Mall.
Fort Smith, Ark., October 6. The Over
land Mail, with San Francisco dates to the
17th of September, has arrived. Frank Hall
and J. O. 'falbott are passengers. No newi
on the route. Indians quiet.
aWClothea renovated aud ntpalred, UO W. Sixth.
Mr Clothing naovai. it mad repaired, S B. Third.
mw Patent Enameled Shirt Collar! at Mison'i
Hut-store, 42 Fifth-street. oc3-x
W A. A. ErsTEk, mocks. Watches and Jasrslry,
fin. 14? end 371 Central avenue.
TAYI.Otl-LYON-Ou the 4th Inst., at the houee
of the brifle'l tailier, Ly llev. Mr. Urity, uf Chriat
Chuieh, Mr. Jim. Tuyle-r, of. New Yurk, to Mif4
lUKSit.daugliier of liaailltuu l.jun, Kau., ut ihi
CENTFR CA MPBEI.I. On the 19th of Soptem
rer, in t'lurk-ville, Ti.uu , bv Re T. Pilaey Ward
lHii.ilr II. II Oiitoraud Muw Uullie 0. Cmuubell,
Lt.ih ol 1 tticibno 1.
BKOWN HOOT At New JUven, Cnnn.,on the
2d iut. , liy Ituv J)r. Clevelund, Hutmrt bl iwn, jr.,
ol liicimiuti, Ohio. ti Mttrn Unrullm. 1'. Boot,
daughter of Juel Jtoit, of ttiu former pluce.
Ou.her 4, at ilie rettiileiice of the LriuV uiotuur,
m tuh-eHt coiner ef I. ten and I.iUrty-,itrt.,,ii,, br
Kliier Willium P. Ktiattou, llr Jame Chambura. of
A! ixniiti wu. Hamilton County, i.ud Stiaa Auu khz
Leth ki'hilifron, of ('.tielnilMti.
r-On Thursday, October 4,
it!,', father, hy Knv. .1 Cnu-
tmii huui, J Alviit I'uiney, K.u..of Vomrhii. Tm,n
1" MiM Celia A. Utterly, tluUKhUjr of Jauioa W,
lioutre, ol fcewport, Ki-nmcky.
( !i. TiuioaJ
KFOWN On Friday morning, at tlx o'clo'k, of
a i ihena, Jox i b, young..' t hud of Auu and linsu
he, u, hkciI eikhtcen month.
rnrc;.,l will tuke nlace thia day, at one o'clock,
fi.m the rtrideuce ol tl.e par.-ula, o.liotuiuti tit
Ihi iuiu, t liurth, -u bycaiiiore atieet. v rieuUa aro
iutilvd tuMiteud without furtUor notice.
11(EI.EVY-On Thursday erenlns, ot baif-paat
e.eht o', lock, ofcomtuuipiioii, K. McKievy.
r'i iendn ot the Intuity are invited to attend the fu
nxjei e.1 li la rcaMi-uta, An. 133 Weat Miulh-atretit.at
two o'clock iu tiuuday, October 7.
Wedding and Visiting Card.
Enirrated aud Printed, Ht aiaaud rreaaea; D fat Bo
BLauonory ajid Kuvaloeea
(Succewora to H H tihiuler Bro)
JyS a UH Weat VonrU-etrea.
254 WIDE-AWAKES, ATTENTION!
O It A N 1) It ALLYI
OaittiAL Oapaa No. 10.
, Ctuciuuatl, Octobers.
The Wide awakea f the city are hereby notified
to meet at their rofneollvc hftttdiiuartere at half, put
tix o'clock: TH 11 JiVth lNU, aud to be at lu. reu.
4ltfvt.ua, en Viue alreet, by aeyen o'clock oreciaely.
The aid" are rtU etd to aaeot the Cointoaodant
oa the ci iter of tioeaadavaalhtrota,ot half-
" . B DfLAVAN Ht'MKT,
This Evening, October 6, 18(50.
TORCH-LIGHT MOCESSM !
Will constat of TJNT0N HOIlHE-TltOOP, nnder
command of Capt. WM. H. STEAVENS, and will
form on the itnitb aide of Eighth-it., riant resting
on Vine, displaying weatwardly.
Will consist of the PEFEVDF.IIS OF TIIE tJMON
and BELL AND EVERETT CADETS, tinder com
mand of Major W. K. B08LEY, aid will form on
the north side of Klghlli-st., right renting oa Vine,
displaying westward ly,
Assistant Grand Marshal, TH09. 3. McLEAN,
Will consist of the WARD CLUBS of the Flret Con
gressional District, and will form on Race-et., right
resting on F.ighth-tt., displaying onthwardly.
Aaslstant Grand Marshal, WM. G. K EILSON, I
Will consist of the TOWNSHIP CLl'BS, and will
form on Klxhth at., right resting on Kaco-st., dis
Assi-tant Grand Marshal, DAN'L WUNDEB,
Will consist of the WARD CLUBS of the Socond
Congressional District, and will form on Rnoe-st.,
right resting on Eighth-st., display ing northwardly.
The column will form precisely at S o'clock, and
Elghth-st. to Walnut ;
Ninth-st to EUi ;
Elm at. to Seventh;
Seventh-st. to Mound ;
Mnth-at. to Freeman ;
Frceman-at. to Seventh j
Sevenlh st. to Cutter J
Cnttor-st. to Sixth;
mith-et to Fourth j
Fonrth-et. to Centrul-ar. ;
Central-av. to Front-st. j
Front-it. to Broadway ;
Broadway to Fifth-st. ;
Fifth-at. to Market -space, and dismiss.
GEO. BTACKHOIBK, Grand Marshal.
Cant. W. H. Ll'M-ow,
Capt. 11 H. Smith Alda,
Capt. John 11. Mudary, ) ocf-a
UNION STATE TICKET.
E. E. UDTCHESOS, of Hamilton County.
For Supreme Judge,
THOMAS J. S. SMITH.
For Member nf tho Bua-d of Public Works,
M. L. DOUERTY, of Franklin County.
UNION COUNTY TICKET.
For Congress First District,
A. E. .TONES.
JOHN SC- TT HARRISON.
For Clerk of Common Pleas Conrt,
CHARLES C. MUKDOCK.
For Probate Judge,
THOMAS O. WARE.
For County Auditor,
I JOSEPH K. SMITH.
For Prosecuting Attorney,
EDOAR M. JOHNSON.
Fcr Omoty Commissioner,
Dr. D. E. WADE.
For County Surveyor,
F. S. WALLACE.
For Director of Inflrmatr,
For Justices of the Peace,
J. H. WOODBCFF,
oc6-d M O. WHEELER.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
For Congresa First District,
GEO. H. PENDLETON.
JOHN B. ARMSTRONG.
ADAM B. HOKNCNG.
For Probate Jadzo,
B. T. DALE.
For Proeecating Attorney,
OLIVER BROWN. '
WILLIAM G. HALPIN.
J. C. BLACKBURN.
For Director of County Infirmary,
JAMES C. BOYD.
For Justices of the Peace,
PETER BELL, GEORGE O. THIELMAN,
CUAS. D. FOOTE, ROBERT McUREW,
J. H. GETZENDANNKH. oce-d
hefublican count- ticket.
For Congress-First District,
OLIVER M. SPENCER.
Si cond District,
JOHN A. GURLEY.
LEONARD A. HARRIS.
JOHN G. OLDEN.
CHARLES E. CIST.
For Prneucuting Attorney,
For Probate Judge,
8. 8. CARPENTER.
JOSEPH W. GILBERT.
Dr. V REDERICK L. EMMEBT.
For Director of County luflrmary,
ocs-d JOHN K. GREES.
FOB. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
CHARLES D. FOOTE,
GEORQa O. THIELMAN,
elMte JACOB H. GETZENDANNER.
eW INDEPENDENT.-nENRY BORE.
It is an independent candidate for the ornre of
J I STICK OF 1UK PEA:a at the ensuing elec
tion, aud will be aupported by .
ot4,7,, NUMEROUS FRIENDS.
tr FOR JUSTICES OF THE FEi
H. N CLARK.N.MABDUANT.BKMJ.C. fl
DAVID lltiuiR, WM. L. ALDIUCII. sent
"PATOTlt'E.-We have, thia day sold to Mr. !H AS.
1 H KURTZ, the Preacrlptiou department of
our retail biuinee. Mr. E U H TZ will here.fter con
duct the biittiuese for his owu sole lite aud benefit.
We cheerfully recommend him aa a competent Dis
pensing Aeoth)cry, aod worthy of the confidence
aud Bmlruiutge of our customere
eUIKB, ECKSTEIN CO.
Cincinnati, October ft, Inno 006-0 ,
ATTOBhIT-AT LAW AND KOTAkT.
CWcllft WNtThUAtTMt., . i . tcA-s
eW TOWERS'S NEW STYLE DRESS
H ATi-Ths Gem of the Saaaoa.
' 1 . ' TOWERS A CO.,
06-b 149 Malu-st.
r AN INFINITE VARIETY OF NEW
SOFT HATS at
TOWERS A CO.'B,
oce-b 149 Main-st.
ft T-a SIXTH WARD REPUBLICANS,
eaVCSSr ATTEN TION! Yon are rcaueated to meet
nt hcad-qnniiers Park-street, between Fourth and
Flf h.streew.THIS (HaluriUy) EVKNINd, ()ctol, ,r
6, at 7 o'clock, to take part In the grand parade.
Those not having uniforms are requited to lie on
hand in citizen's dress. JOHN A. COCHRAN,
f-3aATTKNTION, MXTII WAHIM-
The.Defenders of this ward will meet at
jink's Csrprnter-hop. on Park, above Fourth-!.,
on FRIDAY EVKNINO. at hnlf-nut seven
o'clock, and on HATt'RDAY NIHIIT, nt seven
O'clock. Let every Bell and Everett vifcr In tho
wnrd lie on hand for parade Saturday night, either
aa Defenders or In citizen's drem.
or.vb C. 11. Ht'BBKLL, Captain.
From the Wheeling Timea and Oamtrej.)
r n II U H It J. T ill A X S It K il
btranifn to ninnv who have not senn ft.
let there Is no doubt or the fact that Prof. Wood's
Hair Restorative will chance srav hair to Its
original color, and cause it to grow on heads en
tirely bald, and by a few applications keep it from
falling off. There was A time when persons who
had Irst their hair were compelled to woar wigs or
go bald ; but, since the advent of Wood'e Tonic,
there Is no longer any necessity for wljrs or gray
hairs. Sold in Cincinnati bj J. D. PARK ; SUIRK,
ECKSTEIN A CO., and by every Druggist.
TO ST. AITGUSTIN'S CHURCH,
ON 6UNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1SG0.
f CHAMPION NO. 51 AND CHAIN
K25 PION NO.4w.il leave tho frot of Gar-mrd-st.,
CoTinatoti, at o'clock, and Walnut-Ht.
Wlmrf, Cincinnati, at 7 o'clock. Rpgulur uprvtro
will boon th boat. Sermon will be delivered by
Kov. Fatlier Mitchell. Kan- to and fro. 50 cent.
If the weather nhould not hn tuvorable. the Dedi
cation Excursion ill be held HnndRT Mlowlnn.
As the refreshment are in charge of a commit
ters no other peraonB will be permitted to truftic on
the Iwats. ocft-a
PATIER'S VEGETABLE COS-
MKTIO LOTION l the kins of all n'liie-
(1h lor the cure o Pimple and other eruptionnof
the face. Tetter ot. the hmirtti nnn otner pfti ts oi tho
rcrson, Slt-rhenni, Eryfipelas. DinpasoH ot theS 'alp,
'Id Sores, wherever lortited; Itching Knii.tiyns of
all kin'lf, Scaly Eruptions of all kind-, BarboVs
Itch, liiriKwormn, Cliilhlalnn, Fever BlWleiB, the
Stingpnf Hoes, the Uiteaof Mnqaetoo(i, KIohs,
fllfw., the Bitoa ot Poi-ionoiiB Reptiles indeed, every
kind of cntniieoua disease
THK EVJI)ENCE Examine my Circulars and
Pamphlets The evidence extends over a pnriod nf
nearly thirteen yearn, proving that it ha cured in
nmutrertefm earn that Iiavo bathed the okilt of the
niont emttient phyfician.
Mepai-a Anroi Bnker A Co., New York, write re.
ipeinjr PALMEU'S VEUKTABLK COSilETIO
LOTION, under date of July 18, h!9:
"An acquaintance of ours hna bi-en cured by U of
Eczema on both lee and feet, after having been
pronounced Incurable hy physicians in nd out of
the hospital. It e writer has alno bon cured of the
tumble, alter having tried every thing ho could
think of for elehteen months. "
Are you troubled with any kind of disease of the
pkin? Thin I otinn If offered to yon with the hmim--anco
that It in the grent sovereign remedy for every
such affliction. Prepared on y by
Ko. 3tf WeBt Eourth-st..
And for ta1e by Prntzglitri Reneraily. es
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.,
Invite attention to their
It-is, FIK ST PREMIUMS RECEIVED
at the Massachusetts, New Vork, IVnn
Hvhania, Maryland, Kentucky and Alabama 8tate
Va. Fairs ;the Seaboard Airrtcultural Fair, Nort'dk,
and hosts ot County Fairs throughout thecouutry.
.ThU machine Is alno Induraed aa
THK BEST FOB FAMILY USE,
By Omwif dore F. Engle, commander of the Navy
yard at Philadelphia; Lieut. Wm L. Maury, V. 8.
Navy Wm P. Williamson, Chief EoKlneer, V. &.
Navy; I). H. Coihran, Esq., Principal of New York
State Normal School; D H. Allen, V. O., Prettident
of Lane Seminary: J. B. Pirttson, Esq., Civil En-
fineer, New York City, and by the beat mectiauioi
hrouffhout the country.
We have junt Issued a now style at the low price of
FIFTY-FIVE DO L 14 IIS,
'Wlilch are the same In point of mechanism as our
higher-finished Machines. Call and see them.
SO West Fourlli-st.,
Saturday, October 6.
ALL BELL AXD EVERETT CLUBS
WIU assemble on Eighth-street, .
Bight resting on Vine-street.
Defenders of the Union
Will form on Court-street, right retting on Central
avenue, and march to Eighth and Ylne-atreeti.
THE COLUMN WILL BE FORMED
At EiBht O'Olock Precisely.
ccj d GRAND MARSHAL.
MOORE'S rtO DOUBT. T! T.OCK.
BI'ITCII SKWJNQ MA0H1NKS. wirh
recent ImBrovaments. snrnass all uthnrs. rAanllAM
of price. Uxamioe them befnr. pur-uastug else
where. 6end fur a circular and samples of aeniug.
Agents wanted. . H. O. UUUTUAN,
WWt Fourth-st., t'looiuuatl,
an!-tm Bole Am-nt fur the United Statea
bs $55. sa
LADD WEBSTER & CO.'S
Sewing Machines I
m VM!W 8TFI.K JrT ISSUED AT
BC2r F1FTY-FIVK DOLLARS.
aMT Call and as them at HO Weat Foorth-at.
IN DAI IiV RROBIPT Oi?
sTZTTC A.A... A A U .. 1.1 u
auiK -cm W. K MARHif, JR., Prnprietnr.
13 .NX) a JLa X o xx a
SIDE LAMPS, with Reflectors)
DOUBLE- BASE PULPIT LAMPS
FAB LOR LAMPS I
OUT AND GILT FOUNTS
J oat recelred and for sale by
Agent Kerosene' Lamp and Oil Co.! .
or- ' MS Weat Front-st., up stairs.
JKMOVAL,-TUK INKLE aV LYON
8awiaf Machln Oompany ' 1
Bav removod Iheir Great Was Ufa OHlce to
' 0 WIST F0PRTH-T ' '
i . Oret the ature of Bugglu A PancauK.
. ieati-ewi . ,; . .
FALL AND WINTER STYLES
DELAND i GOSSAGE'S
rrinco of Wales
Colored and Figured Press Bilks, at T5,
cents, 01, 81 00 and 81.
Fnpcrlor quality of Plain Bittln and Keppt Bilks,
In great Tarletr of shades.
A large and rich assortment of Plain and Colored
French Mertnoes at 64, 63, 75, 83 cents and $1.
Much below their real Taliie.
LADIES' WOOLLEN DRESS GOODS!
CLOAKS & SHAWLS!
V are In receipt of n Tery nrm variety of ntj-loe of
VELVET AND CLOTH C OAKS!
Children's Tactonian Garments!
NEWEST 8TTLE3 OF
In Gold and Velvet Trimmings.
A complete assortment of THAVELtNfl
ni STKltH, Long and fliiiiare Scotch Plaid Wool
bliewlt, In tteantiful colorings, never heforo oflured
in this market.
AltOTIC CHENILLE SHAWL an entirely new
LADIES AND CUNTS'
FALL AND W ISTER UXDERWEAH!
At 73, h7H cents, SI, nnd finer.
At 73, 87,' cents, SI, and finer.
At 73, S7 ,'6 cents, and 91.
A complete assortment of
Full stuck of Domestic and
Linen O oods!
FLANNELS AND BLANKETS!
Traveling Dress Goods!
TBE PROCESS WOOL SKIRT!
IJICIjjVNIJ Ac OOSHAOE,
ee.10 74 and 76 West rnurth-at.
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A FAMILT NEWSPAPER,
INDEPENDENT ON ALL SUBJECTS;
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, LITERA
TURE, SCIENCE, THE ARTS, COM
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From the office of the Dally Press, -
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BY HENRY REED fe CO.,
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
To encourage the formation of Clubs, TWELVE
PAPERS will be aent to one addreaa for NINE
DOLLARS, and a greater number In that ratio.
THK WEEKLY PRESS is a complete Fa rolls
Journal, second, in the merit and variety of IU
contents, to no paper In the country. This, and
the low price at which it is otferod, especially to
Clubs, Is expected to giro It a large circulation,
both North and South,
A MATTER OF FACT.
CINCINNATI, OHIO, HEPTEHBER
Out i jiiHtire l( Minx '1'tjiintwen tJluliiii. and a
duty I owe to tm.eit, I have thuilit proper to
MJuketho folluHiiiu bttuouiBiit; NiitloiJK8ii.ee I wo.
a r Bide ut of New Voi k and was no rely a Hi ic tod and
cljstrfNit d witu adiiM-a tht prevttd upon oiy -tern
to such an ex t nut that I thought my ia n
tartli a llot, aud durii g wiitcli time I culled
UoD iiOtulw of irrod phy sJciKbi, who prencrilivd
for ioe, and all did no good, find I at last h-ard of
Ir. ttliorback. of thia cliy. nnd 1 tnado my war here
and called upuo hint, lobl hi in of my tiliuatiou and
ase, a d ho rntid, like all the rent, ho oould cure me,
and gave m medicine to do so, which I took with
rent cure, Mlowinn httt riirft-tioiii iu every prticii
Kr, and received do beuettt wliutevr, luit ruthur
grew worot and hearing ho mueii about Miita Tuu
ewee Clufliu aud the wouuerful cure he wab tn -ii'K.
and aliiKitt erloruiing tulriitlei. I went ttnd
couiuld'd her. aud aha t Id lua exuctly what aiied
lue and how J It-It, and t1d iha could cure uiu, aud
I put mvaelf utdr her i real meat, ai.d 1 fooud im
niediate relief, and In the courate of three weeki ef
I. cud a peruiauent cure: so I now cud work aud ut
tend to utj bnMiiew a well an ever I could II-r
rehideare la at 371 Bixtta-trot, and I live at 09
Vifih-.trvat, Cincinnati, Ohio.
oc4-f . MKS MA KGARKT A. KDftAfir..
11 II OF. N. F CliARKE, M. D yO NKVV
i OHKt ut now stopping ai Dr. ilu tiler OiUce,
ti: i)89 West Flft h-t ret(
Whera ha will davoU hia aerrica to prirata
With Charts. Advice In regard tn lha moat Appro-
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ftilly invited to call and sea, frae of chftrga. ool9
o sal, vnoiesals aud retail, by '
A. McliOVALB ft CO..
ct and Brauayis weat foaiUi.
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