RING WILT it AVERY
IMPORT 2H 8 OF ANDJDEALERS IN
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G9 West Fourth street,
Pike's Opera - Home Building.
Printed toy " Caloric."
OrTICI KO. 14 VEST FOURTH gTHKW.
OOBBBBPOKDINOI, containing Important nws.
solicited from any quarter of the world.
C IN CINKA T I:
WEDNESDAY.... ... AUGUST
&-Se , communication headed, j" Xhe
mouth of the Mississippi" on third page. ',.
No News of the Canada.
Buslneii men await, -with Interest, advices
by this steamer. Some of our eltlens have
friends on loari the Canada, aoir ,dao,
nival not reported. -
hotelf, our streets, our advertising eol
umns, exhibit tbe impulie of the renewal
of Business. Cincinnati work-shops sad
wholesale houses are stocked with subitsn
tlall, fabrics, and seasonable inppliei.
The Penny Press in Dayton.
The Immense popularity of the Pbcss In
Dayton, greatly annoys a oertain Mr. Speil
man, who perambulates the streets of that
flournUhlng town, now and then, with a few
oopies of some of the Cinolnnatl papers. He
says that the Pansi has injured the circulation
of other papers "by being coaxed on the people
on aooonnt of Its oheapneis." ''Ob, Jehoso
phstl" alnt that an idea?
Can we help it if the peopla'conolude that
the Pnr Pribb is the cheajea andbest
paper oat? and is it reasonable to. suppose
that we would feel unhappy at such a result?
We are inclined to think that thus coaxing
itself into favor with the people, is a way it
has got, and that this "ardent" carrier of
"the other Cincinnati paperi," as he faoi
tiovsly styles himself, had better lot it circu
late it has such a coaxing way nil on ac
count of its cheapness.
Ohio Journal of Education.
The love we bear to common schools, the
regard we have for the Ohio State Teacher's
Atioeiation, the speoial relation we once bore
to the Ohio Journal of Education, the merits of
the paper under its present editorial manage
ment, by W. T. CoGGMBiiLL now State
Librarian the earnestness of our wish for its
luooesi, exhibited not only In. words, induoes
us to ask, through the Piknt Pbrsb, for an
increased subscription to this exoellent Educa
tional Monthly. Teachers, Boards of Ex
aminers, Dlreotors of Schools and County
Commissioners, promote a useful enterprise by
remitting one dollar to the Ohio Journal of
Education, Columbus, Ohio, and obtain tbe
current year's numbers.
The Debut in our City of a Home Lady
of Culture—The Opera-house Reopening.
We are happy to announce that an Ohio
lady, of natural musical gifts, perfected by cul
ture and training at home and abroad, Mrs.
Varian James, will, with able musical assist
ance, make her debut in a Qrand Vocal Con
cert, to-morrow night, at Pike's Opera-house.
Her voice is a soprano, of good oompiss and
marked sweetness. Eight years since, after a
year spent under the tuition of the lato Madame
Arnault, in Boston, she repaired to Florence,
Italy, and was then a pupil of the oelebrated
RomanL What with further tuition at the
Conservatoire, Paris, and at Nsples, she made
her dtlut at Florence in the opera of Lt Xaria
dt Short. She was greeted cordially. The fash
ionables at White Sulphur, in our own State,
' were highly delighted with her bird-like long,
, her beauty and polished manners. let a large
and appreciating audience attend to-morrow
night, and give this accomplished lady t sub
stantial benefit. '
A Distinguished Divine Drowned at
of the melancholy death of Rev. Johm A. Mc-
- CurM, D. D., Pastor of the Presbyterian
Church atMaysville, Kentucky, and one of the
ablest and most eloquent divines on the Con
tinent. This sad event happened in the Nl-
agara River, about two miles above the Falls,
where the Rev.JDr. C. had gone to bathe;
. and being alone, and ignorant of the swiftness
ef the current,..was speedily oarrled out beyond
hit power to return. No tidings of him were
obtained after ha left the hotel at Tonawanda,
alrMmlloi above the Falls whither he had
rone for his health, onltha 6th until his cloth
lng was found on the shore, on the" 10th, and
identified by his name upon a handkerchief.
. .His body was recovered below the Falls on the
i. 22d, and is now on the way to Maysvllle for
interment. The most intense anxiety for his
fate has existed there for two weeks past, with
out any definite intelligence, until the 21st.
In the mean time, two special messengers had
been sent cut In search of tidings from him.
; Dr. McCmjxq was the son of Judge Wili.uk
McCmjko, one of the ablest Kentucky Jurists
'.' 1 of the day, and tbe elder brother of the late
, . Colonel Alexakdcr R.MoCbima, so celebrated
'.. in Mississippi politics and chivalry, and In
Mexican War. , Dr. McO. was for many years
lawyer, at the head of the Bar in Northern
' Kentucky, and the author of several small
uarksof fiction, biography and history.
& 1 1840, he gave np the law, and became one
; the most powerful, useful, ana nigniy eaietmea
ii mbblewof bisehurch. He refused a most
; . flattering eall from the Ceptral Presbyterian
' . Church, in this eity, ana preaenea w.
k.u. .M.ntu la Indianapolis, and
Vimimwviw - . - -
m..mm ..ua mi fIUa
Editorial and Selected Melange.
Chablrs Mackay'b Idea op Nuoaiu. In
reading tbe Scotch Poet's printed book of
travels, as reprinted by Harper, we observed a
fatal typographical blunder in a portion of his
description of Niagara: "But my feelings,
in gating upon it, day after day and evening
after evening, were not. so much those of as
tonishment, as of an overpowering sense of law,
(awe) mingled with a delicious ploasure, that
Ailed my whole being, and made my brain
ditiy with delight." . ,
Lcmbkr Hjasvre. To And the amount of
lumber in a piece of soantling, multiply the
width and thickness together, in luches, and
then by the length, in feet, and divide by
twelve, will give you tbe amount. Divide the
number of feet in a board or load of lumber by
twelve, and you have the number of cublo foet
it oontains. It is a convenient plan, when the
lumber is taken from the carriage, to mark
with a piece of red chalk or keel, the number
of feet in eaoh board or scantling, which will
save you the trouble of again measuring when
One thing very plainly appears by the pub
lication M assessed values of real eBtate, with
out and within the city of Cincinnati, in this
oounty, that those who own farms, which are
producing profitably , have but a meager assess
ment, while many lots in the city producing
nothing, are subjected to the heaviest kind of
tax. The city property Dears quite an unuue
proportion of public burdens to that borne in
the townships. Farmers are let off quite lib
erally. The newly opened railroad the Dayton and
Miohigan from Dayton to Toledo, will be a
great business thoroughfare it is blessed in
the names of new stations along tbe line, each
having bad a saintly ohrlstenlng; one is namod
St. Crispin, after Superintendent Shoemaker;
another St. Catharina, after the wife of a Cin
cinnati stockholder, Mr. Clement Dietrich; and
the other one St. Andrew, after Mr. Gross,
also a Cincinnati shookholder.
The site of the old mansion of Ethan Stone
was long sineo shut out from Fourth-street by
business houses; the roar part, his last resi
dence, on Vinc-streot, above Fourth-street, is
soon to he sold at auction.
Another Railroad Conference is to be held
by the Eastern main lines at Cleveland to
morrow. Erasmus Gent, Esq., latterly of the Dayton
Short-line, and of the Cincinnati, Wilming
ton and Zanesville Railroad, is in Dublin,
Ireland, seeking a cure for his defective hear
ing. All who know him would be delighted
to hear of his permanent relief.
Land sales come off 4n Kausas next Mon
day, as follows: At Lecorapton, Ogilen and
at Nebraska City. Land warrants ave in do
mnnrf. Tbe air, that universal element, ia becom
ing a power in the land. By heating it, wo
have "caloric," which prints tho Penny Prett,
Gas is made of air by a machine in this city;
and by compressing it, pnoumatio railroads
are to add additional speed and safety with
economy to our routes of commerce. Why
mny not a caloric engine be used an a motive
power in operating our street-rnilroais?
Mrs. Nancy Heath, 69 years of age, a widow
teaoheress, now residing in PittaCeld, Illinois,
claims to be tbe first white born horeabouts.
Sho was born at Columbia, January 1, 1791;
but Billy Moody,' Sergeant-at-nrma of City
Council, was born here earlier.
The ffazctte has wakened up to the horrid
condition of those oonfined in the City Prison.
The Pknnt Pbksb has at last eot an ally. We
send up to the city an united ory Prison lie
Is it not practicable, if profitable, to ascend
and desoend, on street railroad tracks, the hills
to Mt. Auburn, Walnut Hills, and Avondale?
If luoh roads were in daily operation, proporty
in the suburbs would be largely inoreased in
The matter of a letter exposure by a Presl
idential oandidate, assumes a new feature.
"Mather," it is said, is Donnelly a fiotltious
name, and Wise was not wise in writing it.
The playgrounds of thoso schools having
gymnastio apparatus, were thronged yosterday
with the little ones, glad to find ladders, horses,
whirligigs, &c, all remounted, ready for their
joyous use and practice.
A Verst is a Prussian measure of length,
containing 1,16S yards, or 3,500 foet, being
about two-thirds of an English mile.
gifts, brought near to the eyes of pupils In our
publie schools, are not the only rewards and
prizes that await the brave, bold youtu, wno
enters upon the race of study witb. a aetermi
nation to gird up his loins, exoroise hss mus
cles, inure his frame, regulate bis diet, and
oil himself with the unotion of preparation, to
win the Goodwood Cup, that neither "Prin
' nor "Prioress," nor "Flora Temple" can
gain. We remind the boys that a pubiio is
observing their manners and their improve
ment; a discriminating, discerning, and a re
warding publlo stands ready to transfer the
lad of industry, of unity of aim, of charaoter,
of rugged, stern devotion to right, to her best
and most useful stations in society. Political
aggrandizement, is not now the Pharos, the
light-house to attract your pinnace, into us
iaeired-reefed harbors and quick-sand shores.
The day may come when politicians win
.nflnuded bv statesmen. The useful man
now, whatever aid teachers give him, is the
Little but Effective Influences.
Tho Piknt Prsss enters
large number of famlliei, and givos, in short
spicy articles, Interesting news ana gossip,
WuWIni dronninor. dailv. a hint and an en
eourarement, a hopeful word of eounsol, or
oheering sentiment, to fortify and strengthen
as well as to delight and aninse. We Jisigo
that this little sheet shall be worthy of having
the mother's preference, being of a pure aim
In it editorials, and of interesting and in
structive seleeted matter. We design not
overload the Idea with many words, or ad
dress our readers In language difficult to
understood. We wish, especially, in a small
way, to be of service in promoting a genuine
.1.11m of oordlalltv between parent
teachers, between pupil and their instruc
tors. ,W further wish to eenvey to
laboring man, of all grade, the encouraging
assurances that hi self oulture, bis seif-de
relopment, If the security of our beloved
State. A system of free education, educated
labor, and personal morality, will make us
mM 1. .
Hon. John W. Davis, Deceased.
The announcement of the death of thi gnrf
tleman, at his residence in Carlisle, Indiana,
reaches us ia a paragraph of the telegraphlo
dispatch from Washington City. He was a
native of Cumberland County, Penn., studied
medioine in Baltimore, Md., and came ttonoe
AN INCIDENT OF HIS EARLY PUBLIC LIFE.
Judge Smith, who had been United fctaws
Senator or Indiana, told a gossiping story of
the youthful aspirant for publlo offloe. He
says when the Indiana Legislature met for the
first time, in the then Newbtate-nouse, ne 00-
served a large, fine-looking man, with some
disappointment, mark down eleven on the wall
after the name of Job W. Davis, on the call
of the ballot for Chief Clerk. Somebody else
bad received the remainder of the one hundred
ballots oast. I saw his dlsappointmentmsrked
visibly in his face; he stood alone. I stepped
p to him with a smiling oountonance "lou
are yet to be a great man." "What do you
mean?" "I moan that you got eleven votes
for olerk, precisely the number I got at Cory-
on for the same office." Mr. Davis laugnea,
and we soon became acquainted.
TO OFFICES OF TRUST AND
He soon made his appearanoe in the Indiana
legislature) was eleoted Speaker over Habbim
H. Moobb; acted as Commissioner to make a
treaty with the Indians, and was, during four
several terms, In the Congress of United States
from Indiana, viz:-between 1835-'7,1839-M1,
and continuously from 1843 to '47. During
the twenty-ninth Congress, in '45-6, he was
elevated to the Speakership of the House, in
which oflioe he sorved with ability, lie was
succeeded by Hon. R. Wintuobi'. In 1848 he
was United States Minister to China, and In
Septombcr, 1853, was appointed Governor of
Oregon Territory. He was suooeeded by Qro.
Curbt, In October, 1854. Indiana nonoreu
him, after hi voluntary rotiral from service In
Congress, by again electing him to her State
In person he was large and commanding,
of light oomplexlon, prominent features, capa
olous forehead, wide mouth, projecting teoth,
and light hair and eyes. , But strongth, and
beauty, and worth, give way to the strong aches
BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.
[From the St. Louis Republican, August 23.]
nersons arrived this morning from Piko's Peak
Uolu Mines, iney orougui wim mow
one hundred ounces of gold. They report
. . . ... mi 1 A. 1 .L .U.m ..aw
munh sickness, but only a few deaths, lhis
party will return in a few weeks.
MORE GOLD. Pike's Peak Expedition--Later from
the Gold Mines--New and Rich
the Gold Mines--New and Rich Discoveries Made--Great Excitement at
the Gold Mines--New and Rich Discoveries Made--Great Excitement at the News--A Stampede Among the
Liaven worth. Aueust 22. The Overland
ExnreBS has just arrived here from Denver
Citv. brineimc datos to the 12th instant. The
news received is considered of an important
Rich discoveries had, been made in tho
Mii1ic.iiifi Bow Mountains, near the head-
wfltnrs of tho Cacheo Poudre, which aro sit
noted one hundred and fifty milos norttt-west
from Denver City.
Gregory and Octrees, uie lauer 01 wnom is
member of the famous Indiana Company,
left for the North on tuo lUtn inst.
flrent excitement still prevailed wall re
gnnl to the discoveries about tho head-waters
f thclsoutn riaiie.
. m it . n
INenrlv a tuousana persons irom me ureg-
nrv Dteeines DOSEea mrouea Aienver vhj
within torty-eignt nours time, en route ior me
80 intense was the excitement, and so eager
were tne miners to gee ou, mat wuuj iui
claims behind them that averaged ten dollars
. . .... ..ft
Advices from the South Park or
Diggings oontinued to be favorable.
Ah Editor Shot bv a Candidate fob Cok-
GR888. A letter rrom uanion, Mississippi,
states that on Wednesday last, Hon. Franklin
Smith, the independent DemooraUo oandidate
for Congress in that district, shot Oven Van
Vacter, editor 01 tne vommonieeaim, on me
streots of that town. A controversy aroso be
tween them about an artiole in the last number
of the Commonwealth relative to a discussion
between 6mith and Singleton, at Raymond.
The wound of Mr. Yan Vacter was severe
thou gh not necessarily fatal.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Philadelphia, Aug. 23. As erious riot took
piaoe at Taeony, yesterday alternoon. a
great number of persons had been attraoted to
that point by a sailing-maicu, buiuuiu uj mo
pupils of SU Vincent's Sunday School, and
target-firing by the Franklin Rifle Company
tierman volunteer organization.
There was a strong gathering of rowdy
hangers-on. The rowdies commenced tne
fight, as usual, and amused themselves by
pelting the Germans. .
Three persona were seriously stabbed, and
oarried off by their friends. The rifle company
then marched down to tbe wuart, wnere mey
were assailed with a shower of bricks, to.
Thn members of the compaay retaliated
with the butt of their pieces, and one of the
officers fought with hie sword. He was
knocked down and the sword taken from his
hand by a police officer. Soon after this,
some of the members of the company loaded
their rifles with pebbles and lirca into tne
crowd; two persons were injured, hut thoir
. . . 1 r ' 1 1 mu.
injuries ore not 01 ascrioue cuuruutcr.
police used every eli'ort to put a stop to the
row. and were partially successful. . The
steamer Thomas A. Moryan slopped at Tacony
at soven o'clock, when eoidiers, rioters ana
policemen, inoluding a squad oiomoers irom
Vrnnkford. embarked on board for the
where the parties landed peacefully. The
rowdies groaned and hissed, as the company
marched up from the landing; but, otherwise,
there was no attempt to create a disturbance.
Thm oflho members of the rifle company
were cut aDoui me neaa in. a Biiocniug umu-
From Pike's Peak.
Liavsnwoetii, Aug. 23. The Denver City
with ne viAssensers. bdu buviuvb
the loin lnst., arnveu nore una uiurmug. u
passengers bring $16,000 In dust. A portion
of the recently framed State Constitution
been nubllehed. There is no allusion to
. 1 , .1.1. t . ipk.
slavery question in the Bill of Rights. Burr,.
i. r.(rlntrl to the white.
The local papers are silont in respect to
provisions or the vonsiiiuiion.
Th rlehnit rllaeoverles since the last arrival
have been made between Cape Lapandr
nhenne Pass. Although the opening of new
leads Is of a dally occurrence, there is a great
rush toward the Cheyenne Pass, where it
refuted that from one hundred to one thousand
dollars are made per day to a single baad.
Rich quarts is found In abundance
ham. I' : I
Emigration is light, but steady. Business
was brisk at Dover City, and merchandise
provisions selling cheap.
TUtmmaE. Auffust 23. Tbe Him of this
rooming publishes an account of a dreadful
scries of outrages perpetrated on Saturday
night, on board the steamer Ejtpren, which
loft here the same evening with a largo
company for the camp-meetiug at ChopUnk
After getting some distance irom port, a
mrtv of rowdies, rallvinir under tho cries of
"Eubolts," "Panters," and "Ripraps'; made
an indiscriminate assault upon the white and
colored passengers. Several' wore knocked
down, stabbed, or horribly beaten.- -Several
wh ta men ware robbed 01 tncir wawnes ana
money, the assailants blowing out the lights
to preveut recognition. A colored man was
robbed, and his wife outraged in liispreaence.
On Sunday mornine the Sheriff of Dor
chester County arrested four of the ring
leaders, and committed them to jail. One
colored man is said to have died of his
Hugh Sullivan was shot in tne neaa ana
instantly killed, last night, when on his way
home about twelve o'clock. Several arrests
have been mode, and the Coroner is now en
gaged investigating the circumstances lead
ing to tne murder. , . ,
The yooht Howell, of Providence, from
Richmond, arrived here this morning, m
twonty-th'ree hours from Old Point Comfort.
Washington. Aueust 23. A nrlvatedispatoh
from Carlisle, Indiana, announces the death of
Hon. John A. Davis, of that State, and for
merly speaker of the United States House of
The President has recognized Henry benon-
droff as Consul of tbe Prince of Reus, of the
elder branoh. and of the Prinoe of Reuss of the
junior branoh, to reside at New York.
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lie Das also reooguixeu u. r . owwartui vvu
sul of Belgium, to reside at Charleston, South
Carolina. - .
The President has appiated William X.
Wright, Jr., of Maryland, as Consul at Santo.
Professor Dimitry, tne new minister to cen
tral America, will leave about the first of Sep
tember for Coita Rica.
General Cass will entertain at dinner to-day,
Minister Mata and M. Lerdo. Other kind at
tentions have been extended to these distin
guished Mexioans, by gentlemen eonneoted
with the Exeoutive Department of our Govern
New York Financial Matters.
New Yoitx, August 23. Stocks are less na
tive to-day, but prices on tbe whole are well
sustained, and in some discrintions higher than
yesterday. Brie, 3d mortgage, 65; NewYoik
Central. 73K; Reading, 44; Miobigan Southe a
(preferred), 25; Miohigan Central 44; Galena
nhinnirn. KIV- Cleveland And Toledo. 12V,
Chicago and Rock Island, 65. European Ex
changes very unsettled, and rates are somewhat
nominal: .London noout nu ana rang oioi.
best bills. The Hammonia for Hamburg to
morrow will take out $100,500 in gold, and
$50,000 in silver. The Arabia, from Boston,
takes none from this oity. '
The BoardB of the Panama Railroad Com-
rja.iv. and the PaciGo Mail Company, meet to
morrow to consult upon tho details of manage
ment and disposition or tne boats just pur
chased the Adriatic, Baltic and Atlantic.
New York Politics.
of Drom nent Amerioan politicians have con
grogated here, to attend the Amerioan fitato
Council, which will meet here to-day. The
struggle will be on the time of holding the
Daniel ITllman, who, it is said, represents the
polioy of Thurlow Weed, will oppose a call of
the convention on tue same aay mo itepuou
cans hold theirs, in order that the latter may
not be embarrassed by any union openly with
tbe Americans. The Buffalo delegation, who
favor a union, and act with the anti-Weed Re-
nublicans. advocate the holding of a oonven
tion, either to recognize the Americans, or
drive them into an open rupture.
The ohanoes thus far seem to be in favor of
the calling of the convention, to meet on the
21st of Septembor.
From New York.
Hkw York, August 23. Tho American
Telegraph Company havo obtained permis
sion from tho Secretary of War to open 1
Marine Telegraph Station at Fort Lafayette,
in the Narrows, and will proceed imme
diately to lay a cable from thot point to Fort
t. 1 , tl :i, 1 :tu .u 1.
liamilLOll. Ill Will CUU UCi;il Willi bUQ xmuuh-
lvn lino, which stretches to New York. This
lino will give the company unequaled facili
ties for reporting marina news, night and
day, as it will also connect with the line ah
ready consirucieu irom, oanay iiook.
Pike's Peak Gold.
Sr. Lonis, Aueust 23. The Omaha .Repui
than save that Charles Leslie, of Marion
County. Pennsylvania, arrived there on tbe
14th instant, with one thousand ana tnirty
throe ounces cold dust, from Clear Creek
Leslie professes to have dlsoovered the riohest
diggings yet found. He returns to the States
for the purpose of procuring quartz-mills to
Hobfolk. Auz. 23. The United Statos
steamer Fulton will try her armament before
leaving for tbe Gulf, to cruize on Cuba ana tne
adiaoent islands, on a special service. The
wind ii tretn. aoutn-east.
The boiler of a dredging machine, on the
Albermarle and Chesapeake Canal, near this
oity, explodod this morning. Three men were
- LocxnAVKH. Pesh..
Petarkin has been nominated by the Repub
licans. for the Legislature, as an investigation
candidate on tne sale 01 tue biatei tanais,
The vote stood forty-eight to eight. His op
poncnt was Win, Fearoin. -
Rmhvoho. Va.. August 23. large ¬
ing of the Opposition was held here last night,
at which resolutions were passed expressing a
preference for John M. Botts for President, and
recommending the holding of a State Conven
tion during the fall.,
Trot between Flora Temple and
Tinarns. Auc. 23. A trot between "Flora
Temnle" and "Princess." for a nurse of $1,000
mile heats, best three in five, came off this af
ternoon. "Flora" won tnree etraignt neau,
lime 2:33) 2:26; 2:34.
Augugst 23 P.
I0UISVH.1.K, Augugst 23 P. M. Kivar
rirnw. w tU lour loet seven incnos in me
PiTTBnimo. Auiust 2S P. M. River Bta
tionary, with two feet six inches at the Glass
House, w earner wet.
Non-Arrival of the Canada.
i SiOTVibw, August 23. Tho latest advices
received from Halifax this morning state that
the Canada, now due at that point from Liver
pool on the 13th Instant, bad not jot arrived.
1 1 ' '
Fire in New York.
Church and the snleratus fuctory of I). Kel
logg, ' with several other buildings, wore
burnt this morning. ' " ' ,.
Fire at Cairo.
. 8t. Louis, August 23. A special dispatch
to the Democrat tajs that thirteen buildings
were bunt at Cairo this morning. j Lou,
$10,000. ' ' , . ' "" - " M
PiTTgBnHb,'Angnit 23 M. Rlvsr twe and
a half feet at the glasi-hcate, and falling.
On the 2Ut of Anjunr, (accidentally drowned,) Mr.
korck llunsr. nw'il 2Lyi'r.
TI10 rnniTl will lake limceiroiii on wimpr ri-
niu.. .i 'XA Thinl.HfVtv.t. lwLU-14n Hmltll Slid Pai'K.
Tlio friends uf tbe family ur invitcil to aUt'nd.
AtiKiut 22il, iifroralingerlnK Illneo. wblch tbt bnro
lth Cliriitian fortlludr, MIj Ann Klliott, s1 !
BUSINESS MEN'S PRAYER
MEKTINUS are MdeTcrr morning In the
biuuuient of the First Church. All are iuvltsd. - jrl
LEONARD 8WARTZ ' WIXIi
be a cnudidate for County Commissioner of
11 Biinli on County at tbe einutug October election. .
miii)-u . . .
STUDENTS OP OLD WOOD.
WARD. A mmtlneof the Student. of 0!1
uudwnrd Colli'KO lliuli Brhool will be held iu His
tr.11 -.t .1.. u.t .1 11. ... ui ti. ....1
-nsiun iinii ui in" ouiiuvi ju.ii.ruiu.r oiaiu wuu
Ine-atmtta. THUI18DAY EVKNINO.tftb lust., at
elbt o'clock. All who ever nttondert that Iustltn-
lion, now lu this city, are urgently luviteo sua ex
pected to be prevent, au bUHiueH. of Immediate Im
portance and of Interest to overyono, will he reported
on for fluiU action. W. W. MKISWKLX,
(. W. M'AM'lN,
J. W. DALE, ; .
J. B. POLLOCK.
H. F. HANDY.
ati23-tt Comnilttoe on Monument.
TION! You are narticnlnrlr remieated to
ali at 236 SInln-street, near Seventh, and tout a glass
01 1110 coieoratea ubiti.i.n n n.iasifruii.11, wnicn lias
rccontly been Introduood into this city. It Is ado-
ffluful boverouo. posseesinff till the Qualities, with
out the objections, of laser. It in maile solely of from
pure white wheat, is light, lively, and a remarkably
neulthy drink. It Is favorably reconimeniitd by the
faculty and plireiciane generally. Try lt. Alnoold
at tlie principal saloons.
P ivcmaivu nor me ueceoiion 01 toe
Km Dorson who stolo & nair of Ov.raUi and
rowel, belonifins to lied Alien, from tbu cornnr nf
Vine and Liberty -streets. , au23-b
REMOVAIi I HAVE REMOVED MY
Hanking oflioo to No. A West Thlrd-stroet,
under the Bank of the Ohio Valley.
auw-awT J. IT. LAItKtJi.
A SPLENDID LOT OF EMBROIDERY,
Chemlns bands and SIcotoi. at tho Embroider
inn Eitablisluuent of J. CUSTARD. 2V Wont riftli.
etr.'Ot, near Plum. Embroidering and Hfamuiug dono
to order. Alto, a large lot ot imported Skirls for uio.
Glvo us a call and examluo for yuuraolf. nu2l-a
REVVABD. THE ABOVE RE
WARD will bo raid for information that
will lend to the arrest and conviction of the person
who defaced Juiy homo, with tar, on the nlghtjnf tho
Kith lint, The sumo reward will also ho laid for In.
format on that will lead to the arrest anuoouvlctlon
of each and every jiersou accessory to the act.
BUZt-CT O. 11. VATT1.UM.
f ofessor of the Guitar and Flute.
Ladles and Gentlemen wishing In.
. struction on eillier of tho aboves in-
'ulniuiHiits, will receive prompt at- i
i teution, ny leiiTius tneir auuress ut I
th KIubIc Htoren of U 111. U. Fetors A
Son.: John Church and Win. SI. Fetera. au24-am
MRS. J. A. ORTH, ;
LADIES' AND QENTS
No. Mia i'llth.street,
Between Klni and Plum, CINCINNATI.
Culnhs. Hair Oil. Perfumery, fancy 80am and No.
tion. of all kindri,
N. II. Milrts, aod all kinds of Furnishing Roods,
mad to order. anai ain
New Fall Silks!
FALL CHINTZES! .
Just received by
COLE & HOPKINS,
(Successors to Geo. H. Woon.)
a24.tf Corner Fifth nnil Vlnp-etreotH. ,
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
No. 153 WEST rOUBTII-STEEET,
I,. HARDING, p.,nplnnl
Bliss 8. A. HUAUi i "nc'i,aia .,
The Fall Term of this Seminary will opon on the
First Slondny of Heptenilicr.
TfcAILY LESSONS IN TRENCH BY
JLF Professor DB UICQLES, of whom Professor
Vnxquello nays, "I should deem any Institution for
tunate In engaging him as a teacher of the French
language." ' . '
(Gazette, Enritilrer, Commercial and Times, laser
dail y till 51h Septtnibor.)
, or TUE ,
CIMN'TI TROTTING PM
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
A TRAIN WILL LEAVE TUB SIXTH
L, STKEKT Depot at 2:30 P. M. for the around.!
roturuiiiK. leaves tbo ground ut the close.of the race.,
,. Faro for tbe Itouiid Trip, Fifty Coats.
iMnn,n Tlfl will irn nn on ihla train. '
1 Parties wishing to attend tho races will find this
the lnottoouvvulent mean of getting there, as
train will ne stoiipeu un iuu iiru,inuH.
Bar For tickets, apply at tho Ticket Office at Sixth
stroot Depot. I). McLAU15N,uperlntcndout,
. (Consisting of five largo department.,)
. ",!, ; . , will opbn in ', ,
On Thursday, September 1.
... - :. - v : ui, t
THE COMMITTEE ARE NOW PRE
n irn r nraln rirtln'es lor Exhibition; the
ill l,.n hunrl dailv. fromOto 10 A. JI.,to locate
ra until Saturday, arth Inrt.,' after wblclj time
tw. ..--Ant UttPltlaT ini lVliniB IlliV UUIll VlltJt UIKII1-
Ini of the Exhibition. All .parties inionuing
., 1. ...tl..,na nra .itln.tAll lO nrMfnt 1 nm
eorly as possible, in ordor to prevent delay in
"turUier Information, spulv to the Clerk of
BRANDY AND GIN COCKTAIL. John
Bates would call tho attention of eslocn
hotel proprietors, to bla siiporiol llrandy and
K.IT...1! m..fA fmm thn b.Ht brandy
Bin, and are owini.ltely tlavorod. They are superior
f..L'JV.i.in.r ih.kiiid that hns been made.-
imlqrwlioltnlonncl retail, National Th.ator Build.
DR. SAWL SILSBEE
-w-ia-PTYHATXY TREATS DISEASES
JCi ma bkin. hhkumatish, dishasks
WOMSN, and such CUronlo complaints as mny
UnefltUd br tho Hjgyenlc and Atmopstnlo system
ofhlsofflce. '': .'
, Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic Mercury,
vi.i,. Riuitau and Electro-Chemical Baths, a
penwu-rof Medicine, and every manner of Xtectrlo
and Magnetic Apparatus.
NO, 67 WEST SIXTU-BTBEIT. .
carOKlce heurs A. U. to I) P. it,
I I .11 f
, 3 a v, A z T . ,0 X i
WEST FOU RTH-ST.
ARE RECEIVING ? ) ,-,o"V7"
SILKS, SILKS, SILKS,
PLAIN, FIGURED BAYADERB STYLES.
1 :. r v .. . . .-. . ; -;i
YA1EUBA SB PARIS,
TOIL DB VALKNTIA, ' j'
KIiEQANT STYLES PBINTBD MERINOS,
EM BR O I DE R I E S
FRENCH WBOTJGHT 8BT3. 1 " ",' A .1
C'AFKS, DERTHA8 AND COIFfUBES,
POINT BRUSSELS SETS,
., INFANT8' WAISTS,
SHETLAND WOOL TAILS, to.
SHAWLS AND SCARFS,
BBOOHE, STELLA, ORATE AND PLAID WOOL .
SHAWLS, 4c. . , r ,
Great Inducement, oflorei In " .,
TABLE CLOTHS AND DAMASKS,
T0WELINO8 AND NAPKINS,
it Reduced Prices, to Close. .
RICH LACE MANTLES AND DUSTERS,
FIGURED DBESS LAWNS AND BAREGES.
BAREGE BOBB8 at $8, worth SI3; . '
MUHKKTt) BAKU AN1J NKTBJ,
PIUK AND WHITE MTJOKETO BOBB1BKT.
DELAND, ; , ,
GOSSAGE k ,
PAPER WAREHOUSE J WALNUT-STREBT.
PAPER WAREHOUSE 232 WALNUT-8TREBT.
IPOLLOOK 4 M'OALt'8,
' POLLOOK 4 M'OALL'S,
PAPER WAREHOUSE 252 WALNUT,
, BETWEEN rilTH AND SIXTH-STKItUlS,
THE BEST PLACE TO BUY PAPER IN THE OITY
THE BEST PLACE TO BUY PAPER IS THE CITY
'' IS ' '!,.:.,..!
POLLOCK 4 M'CALL'S, 232 WALNUT-BTBKET,
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF WHRAPPINO
IS TO BB FOUND AT POLLOOK JU. UALL D
232 WALNUT, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH.
PAPER SUITED TO ALL TRADES CAN
BE FOUND AT POLLOOK 4 M'OALL'S,
232 WALNUT, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH.,
THE HI HEST PBIOEN CASH IB PAID FOB
' RAOS AT POLLOOK 4 H CALL 8.
Choice Havana Cigars.,,
LUTE HAVE JDST RECEIVED AN
H OTHER supply of those larorite brands
' ' Punch. " ' 'lit'
. Henry Clayy- , .
I La Prima Vera, 4o.
n.ii 1. an.ln.ffnthat eonnouUKnn Will
bo enabled to seleot from tlie best brand, of Havana
Cigars Imported. For sale by . .
g,njj) Opposite the Portofllo..
Burnett's Cod-Liver Oil.'
5 8R0S8 BURNETT'S COD-LIVBR OIL,
au22 . Oppoelte the ronomce.
Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient.
THIS MUCH ESTEEMED AND HIGHLY
valuable preparation will not fail to effectually
remove Dyspepsia or Indigest on, Bullous Actions.
Headache, Heartburn, Acidity of tbe Btomacb, Co.-
C22-e . . vpiwilg niw ru.,mu"p.
3 CASKS JENNIWS CALUIHBW MAW
VESIA, In one-ponnd c"?;' fop
n-sulta ha VnatnfflM
CoUapsloh Drinking .Cups.
WE HAVE JUST REciiVEDASrN
VOIOE of these norel and conYennrot Drink
lng Cup. for yrsTffiM&y
au22-o ' 1 : bppwtteth.Po.tofflcei
.. -i.- r r:1-;-, .'.:,T':r
Public or Private Schools f
,- ..',.. .,
OF THE OITY, WILL FIND AT
25 WEST J) UU It Aax" A.
, , (SOUIH SIDI, BSTWKEN 1IAIH AKP WAtSUV,)
.... A FDLL ASSORTMBHT OF THE' '
Used In their Classes., , , ,
SLATES, PENS, INK, PAPER, COPY BOOKS,
AND ALL VAU1CUAB vr
S TAT JO N E R Y C
jTOB CASH. k
$ C HOOb'tS TAT I ONERY
CIIBAP FOB CASH.
35 - West
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