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RINfiWALT & AVEM
I.VIP0KTKR8IOF ANDjDE ALERS IN
CARPETING
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5 A.1 1
69 West Fourth street,
Pike's Opera -House Building.
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THE PRESS.
Printed by "Caloric."
Per WeeV, parable to the carriers.................... .
Per Annum, sent by mall....-..-... .-ti w
OFFICK KO. 14 WEST FOCRTH STHKtr.
CORRESPONDENCE, containing Important news,
solicited from any quarter of the world.
CINCINNATI!
TiHJHSPAY - AFCU8T 18
Out Again. We are pleased to see our old
confrtre, Fred Hont, once more upon his pins.
Fred was at the opera laat evening, looking
very pale and interesting, bat considerably im
proved In heath. He will be able, In a few
diys, to resume hta duties.
Railroad Conference.
To-morrow a Railroad Conference will lo
held at Cleveland, between the representa
tives of the Northern Railroad trunk linos
to the East, and scvoral Western Railroads,
vii: Cleveland and Columbus and Cincinnati,
Wabash Valley, Little Miami, Xenia and
Columbus, Cleveland and Toledo, and other
roads, to consider a proposition to divide pro
rata on through business. ; .
Street-cleaning Contracts.
The Board of City Improvements made an
award to three parties to clean the streets of
this city for one year, subjeot to an approval of
the City Council, which matter was last night
referred to a special oommlttee of one member
of the City Counoil from each Ward, via.:
Cunningham, Mack, Frafor, Higbee, Torrenoe,
Noble, Moore, J. B. Davis, Katenkamp,
Mayer, Eollistor, Snodgrass, Toohey, Perry,
Marsh, Whitoomb, and Hambleton.
Flora Temple again Victor.
The "little bay mare" has, in her time, won
the purse as a trotter, over"Lanoet," "Prime,"
'IkeCook," "Prinee," "Brown Diok," "Ethan
Allen," and "Reindeer," and, Utterly, in
three successive races, has beaten the Califor
nian mare "Prinoesa" the last race being,
three straight heats, three best in fire. Time
2:33; 2:28; 2:34.
The "Atlas"—A New is
Indianapolis.
This neat and spioy sheet, with a familiar
same to the writer hereof, is before us,
"printed by Caloric," published and edited by
Jobh D. DerBHS, one of the moat experienced
newspaper men in Indiana, and one of the
most agreeable In his personal relations. He
heard of the Pinny Pbkss. He came, be saw,
was conquered. lie invested at once in
Ericsson, and pronounces it the cheap wonder
of the sge. Success to the Atht and the
"Caloric" .
Theodore Parker.
This "theological corsair," as he is called
by the orthodox, is now among the Swiss.
home, he is said to have courage enough
seize the social and publio evils by the throat,
"lie ' goes ' for baths, ventilators, hard beds,
coarse food, cold water and cheerfulness ; and
'goes ' against tobaoco, hot slops, quack-med
icine, thin shoes and tight lacing ; bates big'
otry, gluttony, drnnkenness, poverty, war and
slavery, and loves purity, fidelity, liberty,
equality, fraternity." His enomies say he
like Noah'i Carpenters, who built a ship
other folks to sail in, and yet were drowned
themselves.
The Loadstone—The Gold Dust.
Certify that there is money in it, and your
enterprise will have devotees. Gold is a great
loadstone, and draws with magnetis power,
Tho news from Pike's Peak is enoouraging,
The arrival at Leavenworth of $16,000 worth
of g"ld dust, is reviving on the plains a Call
rushThe thirst for gold will be satis
tied by thousands, with a sorrowful experience,
but a nation will be built up la the great West,
in a day. The destiny of the territories
this and the Pacific is developing rap
Idly. The Free West will prove a great patri
mony for the laborer. The golden fleece is
to be sailed for, over the plains, far beyond
the Mississippi.
The Merchandise in Milk.
It may be woll thr t we don't know what
eat and drink, or we would rather starve
partake of the stuff, much of which is traded
off to us as milk and meat. The traffic in
is a essh business, and pays a certain profit.
A few honest persons, no doubt, feed good
' to eows, and furnish an' unadulterated
to their customers. 1 Such few are rare.
this city and vicinity oows aieoooped close
; stables, fed with still slop, kept in their
day and night, in filth and heat, and milked,
well or sick. Now dispensing such milk as
might be called an infamous business If It
n Individual instance, but tt la nndonbtedlv
ti,. -Mi,
publio .ttenlioD, to dsy, is not one tithe
Z.a ,,.n. .. n. .now,, n.ar- ihi.
m many people believe. But tbe indiOercoce
of the publio is a security for those who
to this recognised mode of making money
Tbe Committee appointed by the Mayor at
request of a person criminated in this business,
bare reported that in tbeir opinion there
several eows in his dairy unfit to give milk
publio nse, and should be tuned at once out
the dairy. Bee the report In another column.
'j-Monday Governor Chase appointed
William C. Earl, Esq.,pf Toledo, to be a
of the Northern Ohio Lnnatio Asylum,
place of Charles R. Pierce, of Akron,
v
Our City Water Works—Water Supply.
., Mr. tioorgo Suiklds, Engineer, besides being
an experienced engineer, adds to the manage
ment a "diary" of Important occurrences and
obcervationi. Those made daring the last
week prove that the officers showed due dili
gence In ferretting out the eauso of the unusual
taste of the water in the reservoir. At first,
some decayed straw had been discovered clog
ged against the strainer to the Acqueduot,
which loads the water from the rivor into the
pumping chamber. Immediately oonneotlon
was made direotly with the waterat the extreme
eud of the Acqueduot, a few hundred feet in the
river. The abandonment by the people of tho
use of hydrant water occasioned an overflow all
the nest day at the waste water pipe of the
Reservoir, and the lire plugs down town wore
opened to void the foul water and clean me
pipes. On Saturday no water ran off by the
waste pipe, and forty-one hours of pumping
was the days' work of two engines. Only one
of the engines was at work on Sunday, and the
tasty grounds of the Reservoir, which is the
Park of tho extreme east end, was filled during
tho day by the curious and the enquiring,
largely increased by the attendants at tho lay
ing of the corner stono of a church near by, on
Mt. Adams. Both divisions of the Reservoir
have been "Mowed out," by successively stop
ping off the supply and letting out all offensive
water and rofllling the distributing Reservoi
with pure wator. By these attentions to this
subjeot by Engineer Shiklds, we are obtaining
again a pure water supply.
The following showing of the rise and
fall of the Ohio River, at tho City Water
Wwrks, is taken from tho Water Works Reg
later for the month of August, from the 1st to
the 23d. The depths given are above me iow
water mark of 1810 the lowest water known
on record :
August
1
a
3
4
ft
3
.....a
AT SIX A.M.
3 feet V iucbos
4
0 "
in "
3 fi
3 "
2 "
!
2
' inches.
7 a
2
' 9 !
" ID 3
' II 3
" 12 4
" 14 6
" If.
" If. 5
IT 4
" W
" 10 9
" 211 6
" 21 - T
" 22 7
" 23 -....
.17" 2 " 5
.1 j 2 6
s .. a ' 7
in " :t " 1
"3 " 3 " 8
1 1 " X
" 4 " " 11
1 f, I
" 8
" " 6 1
11 " 4 11
I " S " 3
4 " " a
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" 9 ' 7 " 8
S " 7 " 1
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Fifth-Avenue Hotel.
This "Great Eastern" of New Tork Hotels,
opened Tuesday the people " all aboard"
Peran Stevens, tbo Proprietor, as Commander.
Liko Stiokney, in his six horse act the
" Courier of St. Petersburg "Stevens holds
the ribbons of blooded nags: "Fifth-avenue,"
New Tork ; "Revere," BoBton j "JNaUant," at
the Sea Shore, and "Mobile" in the South.
Tho " Fifth-avenue" Hotel is the Flora Tem-
pie that goes ahead of all " Princesses " or
"Reindeers." Splendors and oomforts are sup
plied there to a suifett. A vertical railroad,
in the houso, takes the boarders "sky-high,"
and wires of the telegraph, in the basement,
connect this No. 1 Hotel with all the leading
hotels of that Great Metropolis.
At
to
is
for
-fornla
be
tween now
we
than
milk
food
In
IIobacr Gbkelky. Tho editor of tho New
York Trilime, a leading spirit in journalism,
now in California, and known and read by
all men, was in 1830 and 1S31 an apprentice
in a printing office in Eric, Peun. Horace
ntitn.incd for his services $50 a year. Out
that sum lie saved enough to buy his father
a yoko of steers. He clothed himself with
suit of blue jeans, two brown shirts, chip
hat, brogans, aud.with less than $5 in money
he left tho rugged hemlock land of his father
between Crawford County, Penn., and Cha
tauquo County, N. Y., and started for the big
city of New York. What he has accom
plished since, wo need not say.
SJ-The system of insurance against rail
road accidents is now brought to such complete
perfection in England that at almost any
station there are agents empowered to issue
the requisite policies which are simply
tiokets. Two or three pence additional paid
on purchasing a ticket secures the repayment
of any loss or damage to person or property
during the trip. Acoidents are so much more
rare in England than in this country, that
passengers do not avail themselves of
privilege, hut a similar system in the United
States would doubtless work well both for
Insuaasce Company and the passengers
their relatives.
Rara Avis. Tho Wheeling IntcUiycncer
the 23d says: "We noticed at the Adams
Express office, on Saturday, a couplo of
Ecliptcndenn breed of chickens. They were
imported for W. P. Fotlerman, of Pittsburg.
Owing to thoir rarity, the foreigners wero
tho observed of till observers during their
short sojourn bore. Instead of feathers, they
are covered with hair like that of a lap dog,
and have a curious, fanciful red ornament
on the lop of thoir heads. They are as white
as snow and really beautiful.
Sons or Malta. Tho members of the
of the Sons of Malta here are making prepara
tions for a grand tournament, near Washington,
on the 15th of September. It is intended
to make It one of the most magnificent tourna
ments ever seen In this country and Knights
will enter the lists from every State in
Union. Such an afflr will attraot
strangers to the District.
Growth of Nkw York. In New York
twenty years ago, every promenader resorted
to the Battery; now the Battery has
abandoned jand the'promenaders all go (to
Central Park, which is six miles further
No faot, ssys the Herald, more strikingly
the remarkably rapid growth of
metropolis.
In
stalls
this
was
a
Tbipik Loss A Ring, a Fnon and
a. j WifhA Zouave lost one of hi. finger,
oliv. : tho battle ofSolferino. "Bon," heexclaimctl,
j "Jt my luck to lose the finger upon
resort
the
are
for
of
.
Trus
tee in
re
signed. I wore my wedding ring. Now wy wife
insist upon it that I gave it to another
man." ' ' '
JMr. George K- Aydelotto, who
in Meade County, Ky., on last Saturday
bad his hay and grain barn, contain
ing about $5,000 worth of hay, totally
by fire, together with all the
Implements and machinery.
jjrST A oartman In New York fonnd
in Front-street, Irlday. The owner, on
the treasure, awarded tho man by
him iwnt,j-fint ttntt I Unparalleled generosity.
A Legacy for Spurgeon.
JIf. Epurgeon, the London preacher, has) re
cently received a legacy under peculiar olroum
stanoes. A lawyer called on him, and informed
him that a Mrs. W., lately deceased, had left
him a considerable amount by will. Thereva
rend gentleman thought there must be some
mistake, as he knew no such person, but, on
investigation, learned that It was a faot. He
went to the residence of the testatrix,' and ac
tually saw the lady in her coffin,- he then re
collected her as being a oonetant annoyance
to him, many years ago, in the Park-street
Chapel, where she had a pew direetly opposite
to him. She never spoke to him, hut was eon-
tinually watohing him, look wherever he would,
Itlll he was nndor the neoosslty of speaking to
somo congregational friends to persuade her to
vaoate her pew. From that time to the pres
ent he had lost sight of the lady. So states
The London Court Circular. 1 : ' .
Movements of Garibaldi.
A Turin letter of the 3d Inst., in the Paris
PreeK, says:
It now Beems certain that General Garibaldi
Is preparing, although Btill unwell, to proceed
to Ceutral Italy, taking with him the two
corps, tho Chasseurs of the Alps and tho Chas
seurs of the Appeuiues. Both of these bodies
have remained compact, no application for a
discharge having been made since the General
issuod his proclamation. TheBS two bodies are
in (rather about thirteen thousand strong, and
if they were addod to the two regiments of
- . . . . 1 . 1 1 m
Chasseurs 01 JUodena, tno ten mousano. j.us
cans, the eight thousand troops of Meziaoopo
and the four thousand of Rossclll, they would
form a very respeotablo army. You have,
without doubt, heard of General TJIloa having
given in his resignation at Florence. Admin
istrative details do not suit his character, and
in addition, be Is fatigued with the close at
tention he has boen obliged to pay for the
last three months to public business. A aopu-
1 talion of exiled Venetians have waited on ths
I embassadors of England, France, Russia and
I Piumiaat Turin, rrayine for the intervention
I of Europe in favor of the independence of
J their country.
fliNciKNATi Hunters AnaoAD.We have
I several delegations now on the prairies of In
diana and Illinois, snorting. (?) Terrell, of
the Lafayette Jbiiriiaf, announces the trium
phnl (?) return of one squad, as follows :
Fosdick, of the Cincinnati Eiiouirer, returned
hern -vojterdav from his shooting excursion
north. A small bov brought in the etime. It
consisted of ono woodchuok, a goose (tame), a
couple ot house-martins, a ground-hog, (favor
ite Cincinnati game), and three prairie hons,
all of the last having been "shot on the wing"
by some previous sportsman, before they came
within the range of F.'s unerring pieeo. A val
uable dog, killed under the impression that he
was a fawn (from a jmemng propensity cnarao.
t'.ristio of the animal), was loft on the prairie.
P. describes the awort as " Elorlous." The re
sults might havo oeen greater, he says, if he
could have found a steamer piuce tor a -rest
than from Tom Logan's ebouiaer.
j
L'kfobti'katk Occurkhsck A Man Falis
vnnu tub Fot'UTii-STony Window. On jes
turdnv mornine our citizens were startled by
tha nnnt incement that Samuel D. Bellsnyder
had fallen from tho fourlh-story window of
the Drv Goods House of Korean s Co. It
aDoears that, in company with another clerk
iu the house, he went up stairs about one
o'clock for tho purpose of going to bed. His
companion rotired immediately, leaving young
Bellsnyder undressed at the window. The
first thing known of the sad occurrence was
after the store was opened. Tho distanco
from tho window to tho ground is between fifty
and sixty feet, and it is more than probable
that he was killed instantly.
The deceased was the eldest son of Captain
Bellsnydor, formerly of the steamer -A'ft-
Nashville Gazette, 23d.
a
Nbw Yoiik and Kuib Railroad. ¬
rectors of the Erie Railroad meet to morrow
for the purpose of receiving tho report of tnolr
Committee appointed to arrange a scheme of
capitalization. It ia understood that the pro
gramme to be reported involves a general ac
count of about $27,000,000. It includes all
the mortgage bonds at par, too unsecured bonds
at SO ner cent, in stock, and the stock at 20
per cent, in new stock. A subscription of
about $1,200,000 is also called for, lor tne pur
pose of lifting tbe road from itsembarassmenta,
and the bondholders will probably be asked to
wimin
New York.
Tribune, 23d.
or
Ohio Hobsr Shows. Great preparations have
been made for a horso-showat Dayton, Ohio,
September 0 to the 9th, at whioh the man-
agorB expeot a crowd. We should think so,
it is true, that they have, as stated, prepsred
"aeats for thirty thousand people." Another
horse-show will be hold at Piqua, from tbe 30th
of August to tbe 1st of September, inclusive
There will also be an exhibition of horses
Lancastor, Ohio, during the week following
National Show at Dayton, and at the Ohio
State Fair at Zaocsville, In October, a fioo dis
play of horses, mules, &c, will be made.
the
the
many
aThe notorious "Sheriff Jones," for
merly of Kansas, and Mr. Mowry, have pur
chased tho Ariionian, at Tucson. Mr.
Herbert, the California Ex-Congrcssmani who
shot the hotel waiter at Wuahington, ia
become the editor of the paper, which will
continue to be Democratic iu politics.
aSFraiicis Liszt, the famous piano-forte
player and composer, has just published
Paris a little work entitled, Set Behemieni
do leur iViwvue en Hovrjrie. The author,
will bo remembered, is a Bohemian by birth,
and enthusiastically nttnehed to his country.
ffi3r Tho Paris correspondent of the London
Slur Btates that the assurance given in finan
cial circles of the approaching retirement efthe
Rothohilds has created a strange sensation
The rumor is not credited by financial men,
who appreciate the charm of handling money.
City,
been
tbe
North.
il
lustrates the
a
at
which
PikVb Pkak Gold. Mr. Bates, from
Kansas gold mines, to-day sold to Clark Bros.,
bankers, forty-seven ounces out of a package
of eighteen pounds of gold. The purchasers
offered eighteen dollars per ounce for tbe
but bo would sell no more, wishing to tako
East as a specimen. . .ohm Democrat,
will
wo
resides
after
noon, de
stroyed $2,600
find
ing giving
Two Forty I A man by the name Of
Henry, of Columbus, wants lo "push a wheel
barrow" from that place to Cincinnati,
any other man or woman, wb suppose for
wager of $50.' Who's in. -
A sovere hall storm passed ovor
country west of Dayton, Monday evening. ,
learn that the stones were large, and thatthey
did considerable injury to the tibaooco
other orops. : .. .
pB Quite a severe storm passed over
villo, Indiana, on Monday nigbt. The
roof of the Masosio Hall was nearly all
off by the wind,' trees uprooted, and "
played generally."
i m ,
Ou Jok'op Two Politioiass.
Hale," said Cass, "that he Is a Granite
"Tell Cass," reul ied Hale, "that he is a
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
New York Politics.
noon session, yesterday, of the Amerioan State
Council, the Committee on Credentials, com
posed of J. B. Murray and Cbas. B. Freeman,
reported the name of one hundred and forty
delegates, as having presonted regular creden
tials.
Tbe eaestion of the time and place of holding
the State Convention was discussed with great
animation, but as a majority was found to be
in favor of holding It on a different day from
that nf the Renablicans. it was finally decided
that it should be neld at uuca on wo caiu 01
September.
Two delegates to the National Convention
were subsequently elected: lion. Erastus Books
and Hon. Lorenzo Burrows.
Mr. Brooks addrossed tbe Convention at
considerable length, and was followed by the
Hon. Daniel Uilmsn. Alter wnion tut vouaou
adjourned sine die. 1 ;
From Washington.
WarmoTny. Aucust 24. Isaao Winston,
of Kansas, has been appointed Consul at
Kingston, Jamaica.
Tho Arlminlatrntion has received assur
ances from tho Government of Costa Rica of
its preparation to appoint, in coujuueuuu
with that of the United States, a Commis-
linnxr in aettla all claims of our citizens
against that Republic It is presumod that
this Commissioner will bo appointed suoruy
after the arrival of Minister Uiinitry at can
Jose. . . . , .
Captain Marey, of the Win lniantry, nas
1 , , .1 n J . T).. .......
been appointed oy me rrcaiuuui
ter in the army, in place of Brovet LieuteU'
ant Colonel Coffee, resigned.
Tha President to-ttav extended tne nospi
talities of the White Houso to Senors Mata
and Lerdo.
Democratic State Convention.
Tuknton. N. J.. Auuust 21. The Dem
ocratic Slate Convention met to-day, and was
the largest and most stormy ever held bore,
There were two thousand persons present dur
ina the session. Six ballots were taken, when
E. R. V. Wriitht, of Hudson County, was nonv
inated for Governor. The next highest coin-
iieiitor was Charles Shelton, of Mercer Uounty,
The Lecompton and Anti-Lecompton delegatos,
from Sussex, bad a long and tedious fight, re
znrdine their rieht to seats in the Convention.
Finally, the difficulty was settled by the with
drawal of both partios. Resolutions were
adopted, favoriag the principle of popular
sovereignty. nDnosinf the openinsrof the Slave
Trade, Sen. The nomination of Mr. Wright
was made unanimous. Thoro is great rejoicing
among Mr. Wright's friends over his sucooss
in so spirited a contest.
Mob Law in Kentucky.
.Tesso Williams, an old and wealthy citizen of
Caldwell County, under euard at i-rincoton
charged with murder, stealing and cruelty to
bis slaves, was takon from the jail, taken seven
miles from that place and Dung, ills two sons,
John and James, escaped death by absoonding,
About the same time, Doctor Singleton.
Munsiield, Morse and Strawnat, supposed to
be oonnoclod wi'ft Williams' villainies, were
punished nndordiredto leave the country,
River News.
PiTTSBCBOfi, August 21 M. River two feet
three incheontGlaBS-houie,andfaUing. Weather
cloudy.
St. Louis. Aueust 24-P. M. River fallen
two inches at this point in tho past twenty'
four hours, and ia still recedinz with scant
six feot to Cairo. Nothing new' from any
the upper streams; all are on mo aeenne
and dillicult to na-viRnio. Woathnr olnar and
nlcnsant.
Louisvillb. Aueust 24 P. M. River fall
ing slowly, with four feet seven inches in the
oaunl.
Republican Nominations.
Indianapolis, August 24. The Republican
Senatorial Convention of tho District com
posed of Crawford, Marion, Logau, Union
and Hardin Counties, in Ohio, nominated
Dr. F. B. Fisher, of Marion, for Senator, and
S. McCulloch, of Logan, ior JJoarct ot j-.quai
ization.
From Leavenworth.
Lsavknwobtb. August 24. McCrea, who
killed Clark, the Pro-slavery man, in 1854, was
arrested here to-day. Clark was the first man
killed in the Territory for political causes.
Democratic Nominations.
if
Philadklphia. August 24. The City Dom
ooratia Convention nominated Horace Kreasse,
for Distriot Attorney, and Thomas MoGrath,
for Prothonotary. Nominations also made
Senators and Membors of the Legislature.
Fire at Cleveland.
Cr.iVKLiND, August 24. John Bonsfleld's
pail factory was destroyed by 8re to-rlay. Loss
15,000; insured for $8,000, all In New York
companies.
Outward Bound.
New Youk, August 21. The Arabia sailed
this morning for Liverpool with $250,000
specie.
DIED.
P.
to
A. n.n,Ann Atimi.f 9ft. at tlirRA Oclock.
of tvplniB f vr, Ausi.ins 1Iuti.i:, oldest dmshter
I.auc and Anu A. Holley, iu the twenty-second
oi n.T age. . ,.
'I he luneraiwiu lane piaco ironi urn renucuij.
her parent, BO. ZOJ l"8l neyoinii-nireci,
rnoriilng. August S5, at nine o'rlock. to which
friends or the rauiliyarereapocuuuy inviieu im,
farther notice. -
EPITOME-AUCTION 8A1.E8.
at
et
tt a M.iv. i n .vk Mi. n street. Tuiirsoav morn
1,117- AtlffllftE 10. ai. V U U (KK. , WU aw. w,v.
advertisement.
it
SPECIAL NOTICES.
the
lot,
it
iLd,
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
. BUSINESS MEN'S PRAYER
BttS? MBKTINOH are held every morning in
buciuent of tbe First Church. All areitivitea.
LEONARD SWARTZ WILI,
l, a r.ni!il.itfl for Conntv Commissioner
Uainibon County at thn ensuing yotouer election
-..in.tf . a
Vfai,
with
the
We
and
Shel
by tin
torn
smash
"Tell
goose."
Now Is the time to put up yourPeaohes,
Tomatoes. Pears. Ac, for winter, and
plans to liny yonrcnus is at 119 Maln-stroot,
tho yellow eiirthernjar, quart size, at $1 2.1;
glass jars, quart size, at 81 W; Krenrb pattern
iitnio.pherlc glaa jar; and patent top
can, whirh reimliT'S no wax, solder or ceinnt,nnd
very uuich llkoii. 'i uy also aeu uin.sware, r
Uhina, ironstone wure, nousv-iurutsuiuj, avuu.,
at very low -prices ror cn.
WOlve them a call betore yon purchase.
iaa STUDENTS OP OI.D WOOD,
n&SS' VI nn A menttni of the Students of
Womjward OlleKe High School will be held in
tWBClOn Hail Ul II1U,XIIUW J1U ii ', ",.iiti r.
Viiie-stieets, TI1UKHUAY EVENING, 2Mb Inst.,
eight 0 Clot's. Aliwno ever aiienutm uini
it..,,, nnvln thl. ellv. arn lireentlv invited and
.....t.l Ii nrainnl. u iiti.i ness of lmniedlfltn
porlnnce and of interostto every one, will he
on for flual aeliou. W. W. OHOsWELL,
M. O . W . M'ALPIN,
.' i,.T .','; , J. W, liaL.B.,
J. B. POLLOCK,
H. r. HANDY,
anO-tt ' Committee on Monument.
CONNOISSEURS, AT
TinNt v.m am nsrtlcnlarlv reauesterl
eaiiat JO Maln-stroot, near Hovanih, and n.st a
of IheMlehrated IIEBLIN WKlSSBREB.whlch
recently been introduced into this city. It is
possessing;!! the qualities,
thn objections, of lager. It is maHesolelr of
pure white wheat, is light, lively, and a remarkably
healthy drink. It is favorably recommended
faculty and physicians generally. Try it. Also
at the principal saloons. avc'SaTuIb
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
of
PAPKU WAKE I10U8B ! WALNUT-STREET.
PAPKU WAREHOUSE 233 WALK UT-8T BEET.
' ITOLtOCliA M'qALTVS,
V- J)OLLOCK..SI'CALI'S.
PAPER WAllEUOUSK 233 WALNUT,
BETWEEN FllfTH AND SIXTH-STBEHrB,
THE BEST PLACE TO BUT PAPER IN THE CITY
TUB BEST PLACE TO BUT PAPER IN THE CITY,
POLLOCK ft M'OALL'S, 232 WALNUT-STREET,
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF WRAPPING
IS TO BE FOUND AT POLLOOK 4 M'CALL 8,
232 WALNUT, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH. .
PAPER SUITED TO ALL TRADES CAN
BE FOUND AT POLLOCK M'OALL'8,
232 WALNUT, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH.
THE HI HE9T PRICE IN CASH IS PAID FOB
BAGS AT POLLOOK A M'OALL'S.
an241
for
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTER
No. 149 Main-street,
BELOW FOURTH.
mTsTTE HAVE A LARGE AND ELEGANT
V ma t-nnnt of line SOFT HATS, enibrac-
fngalltuai.iauewandiJosU-ablefor goiifcemeir swoar.
BOYS' HATS AND CAPS
IN GREAT VARIETY.
OUR FALL STYLES OF
DRESS HATS,
Will be ready on SATURDAY, September 3. ,
lau25-awl
DR. EALING,
Physician, and Operating Surgeon,
CAN BE CONSULTED, FOR A FEW
DAYS ONLY, on Corns, Bunions, Dlaeasod
Nails, nod all excresences on the FACE, HANDS
AND PEEr; the operations being performed with
out cuttlpg, or causing any pain whatever.
Consultation Rooms Pikos' Opera-houso, Fourth-
etroet entrance by Concert Boom door. auzs-aw
SOO COPIES
WARREJTS
O ommon S chool
GEOGRAPHY.
ALSO
A full supply of
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE TEXT-BOOKS,
For sale tv
MOORE, WILSTApll, KEYS dc CO.,
au-2?a Nu. 21 West Fonrlb-street.
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTERS
A) 253 Wttlmit-street,
&Lir CINCINNATI.
I HAVE COMMENCED FOR THE SEA
SON thoBalo of J. B.SUNNACO.'S. miperlor
raw iredli oysters. J. TODD,
WlioiMalnnnri retail Acent for J. R. MN tCo.
Oyttera cooked inusiiporiorntyloatouriiaual niod-
cral rinrgee. nui-u
THE CINCINNATI
Literary and Scientific Institute,
No. 87 Unst Third-street)
mTILL BE OPENED ON THE 5T1I
WW (September, for the iiiKtruction ofpernonaof
both sexs ami nil ages, by nr. A. uuims aim
fimn nf.Hii.lM.ilH of thn flrht m'ller.
The object if this Institution ia to develop
whole mull, piivMi-al, mental and niorni; lo give
ii k,..1 knouV.ilifoof the moHt valualili' science,
lniigiiageH and lit'ialuru, mid especially tlio vivuiuat
of ail arts, that of exsrontiiig youth for iieeiulin'ss
and happint'SS. For particulars apply at the Institute
to A, KiVlLlia, A. JU., ill. 1'.
nnai-2w Hroaliient.
A UCTION SALE. BY
in
II. 8. MILES
& CO.. No. 33 Main-ntroot. Groceries, (ilnsa-
wore and Lliiimrs at Auction. We will sell
TiiiTnsnAY MORNIKO. Aiiuinitri. at 'J o'clock.
6. Bona, Nutmegs, Indigo, Cordage and Fancy Sour
ALSO 10 hrU; N. O. Sugar; to boxes Pearl Starch;
10 lirU.tlrnslii.il Sugar; mir. casks Cuguac Urandy,
10 hnlf-chests Ta; 211 tierces iiice: 3.1 bus. Palm Soap;
7. hoxes V n. ami K. Tobttc-o; 15 hf lirls. Lake
ring; 7.' brls. old Iluurbon Whisky; ,'M) a Cigars;
brls. Oidor Vinegar. .,..,
ALSO its brls. prime tt. O. Molojwea; 1,600 lmn
f, M. and D. C. Wrapping Paper; 7(1 boxes BKBoi'led
UUsnware. ' u. o. juu.r.9 tu.,
au2J Auctioneers,
A CARD. TO MY FRIENDS AND
the pnbllo, I deairo t express my grtfnl
...I nr.vieilm.nipnt for their very great fUiteriugeti-
couraicnieiit during the pat yesr, and tnke
occasion tos:iy thntwith enlarged facilities fordoing
business, I am better prepared than ever before
sat lily i he wants of my cusmin, r,nd by proinptneis
and Ktrict personal attention, hope to give imtisfuctiou
to all who may lavor inn Willi ineir oruers.
JOHN FERGUSON, Grocer,
an25-a Corner Ninth and Vine-stveeis.
fm HAS BLACK AND GREEN T BAS
IL Selected particularly for family mo, price
nunlltv. Warranted to give aatlMaotion,
J. FEUUUSON,
of
year
,
tho
w
the
jyi
of
ibe
below
green
flin t
glaaajar; tin
la
renen
v,
Old
the
at
innuiir
ex
inr
reported
.
s'or
in auautttles to suit purchasers. Bv .
nuJ5 Corner Ninth and Vino-streots.
FLOUR EXTRA WHITE WHEAT
kmim In lmrrels nnd sat'ks. Warranted,
delivered to any partottliocity ireo ot cnarge.
j. e bnuunns,
aii2j Corner Ninth ami Vine streets,
.TfcLD QOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE
P Oenuine old UOCUA of tho very beet
or gale by
aiuo
J. FI10USON.
Corner of Ninth and Vinestreete
r EMOVAIi I HAVE REMOVED
Jl' Banking office tn Nn. 8 West Third-street,
under the llauk of the Ohio Valley. .,
au'M-awt j. t. uaiiaiJ,
BEWARD. TIIE ABOVE
W ABD will ho paid for Information
S50
will lead to the arrest and conviction of the
who defaced buy house, with tar, on tlio ulghtM
15th lent. The anino rvwsrd will alra bo puld for
formation that will loaa to tne arrest snti conviction
of each aud every person accessory to the act.
au21-ct j. u. voi iir,n.
H. KINGSBURY,
Professor of tho Guitar and Flute.
lifiHIon and 0n1leinn wtslilnir In-
Hruction on eiiunr 01 tne auove
! Htrumontfl. will receive nronmt
r tPtit on. bv loavinff tnoir audreBB
th. MihIg Rtoros of W m. C I'Atera
Son; John Church and Win. M. Peters. ouW-ani
MRS. J.- A. ORTH,'
1ADIE8' AMD OElfTS
FURNISHING STORE,
No. 1 8 Firth-streot, '
, Botwecn Elm and Plum, CINCINMATI.
Combs, nnlr Oil, Perfumery, Fancy Soaps and
of all kinds. ..... . , . ,
N. B. fltirts, and all kinds of Furnishing
made to order. . au31
IR. SAM'L SILSIILE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES
TUB SKIN, BHKUMATIHU, DISEASES
WOJlrN, and such Chronic complaints as
benefitted by the Hygyenlc and Atraopathle
of hisoffloe. .
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury,
llusslan and Klectro-Chemical Baths, a
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of
and Magnetic Apparatus.
. , , NO. 67 WEST SIXTH-SIBEET. ,
urOfflceh.nrs.A. M. toP. M, snU-tft
TEN
to
glaes
baa
a do
lightfuIlieveragH, with
out from
by ihe
sold
FRESH OYSTERS,
1AM now receiving dally, per th
Xxpress, ,.,. . ;. ., ... ,;; ' ,.,
MALTBY'S
CELEBRATED
BALTIMORE CAN OYSTERS,
Put np by a new process, especially for the
weather, WAKHANXfiU tta.au AMD BWJCl'.
ROBERT ORB, Agent.
nU-hvt Depot, 11 West Jifth-itreet.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
hi
i '-CvJl If '
T i"
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FORTH E
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
New Pall Silks!
FALL CHINTZES! , '
"N&PV s3"t37"10S
DRESS GOODS,
. Just reoetveu tor. t? ,.. ITJ'
COLE & HOPKINS; Y
(Successors to Oso. H. Wood.)
aua.tf romer Fifth and Ylne-streem.
DIED. OPENING
—OF THE—
CINCIN'TI TROTTING PARK
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25.
Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD.
A TRAIN WILL LEAVE THE SIXTH
STREET Dopot at 2:30 P. M. forth; Kronnds',
returning, leaves the ground at the close.of the races.
Fare for she Hound Trip, Fifty Cento.
Menter'a Band will go Bp ou this train. .
Parties winning to aend tlio raoeawtll find tills
the moat convenient means of gutting there, a the
trnln will oeaioppeuou tu fr,
tttr For tickets, nppiy at tlif Tlckot Office at
street Bepot. 1). WcLAKBN, Snperiateni
inl24-hl
Sixth.
perintendent.
CUT THIS OUT!
THEN READ IT, AND THEN PRE
tont it to your naareat mid dearest friend, with
the request that it shall be Inserted iu the llr.it page
"mS K?A V MosaAV, No. 1S Fifth-.trt,
sells Periodicals. Books and Bongs. We append a
list of a few of tlm Periodicals which may he oh-
tallied at ins srnm, nu. no nu ...m.
Now York Ltdgur
New York Murcnry....
New York Weekly
Harper's Weekly
Frnuk Leslie
New York Clipper.
Porter's Spirit-
Police fla-iotie .,...-....-.....
Pi...; of Our Union .
Biilunhty Evmilnn Post
Now i orK riuayuue
New York Waverly
Waverly Mugazine ....
Llne-of-Battle-hip....
Scientific American .........
Scleiulllc A rtlfl.n.
Banner ol ijignt.
, 4 cents.
, A col) s.
, 4 cents.
, 4 cents.
, t cents.
U......tal inurlrnn .l.tiiriiitl..
Boston I'llol
Irish Now
Lllo Illnetruted 4 cants.
Hume Journal
Weekly Nuvelelto c"-
Independent i SSUS"
Century ........- -.. cenu.
Agitator 5 ?SS'
Iioxton invejiiiiittiur j
1UI l.,ir Pictorial .......................... cents.
Now York W eekly Herald 0 cunts.
Nw York Weekly Tribune cents.
OF
the
mm
on
H,
411
dies
this
lo
and
sale
and
MY
RE
that
person
the
In-
,., 4 cents.
.. t cents. I
... 4 centa.
,.. 4 cents.
... 4 ceuls.
... 4 cents.
... 4 cents.
... 6 cents.
... 4 oents. .
... '4 cents.
4 cents.
4 cents,
ft cents.
New York Weekly Times cents.
Leslie's German Puper - cents.
Tme Klac .v cents.',
.miiu, l,.,. 6 cents.
New York Dispatch CB"ts.
MONTHLIES, Ac. '
Harper's Magazine.......... 20 cents. '
(iodey'B Lady's Book.-.-..- gj cents.
Atlantic ningazino
Loslio'e Magazine cents.
Knickerbocker Magazine.--... ........JW cents.
Great Republic Monthly........... 0 cents.
All Year Hound -....20 oents.
Waverly Mngzlin(moniuiy pariBj , m cenj..
Peterson's Magazine 18 cents.
Arthur's Home. Magazine., ..l cents.
Ladles' American Magazine lo cents.
Itoiu .racist .............IS cents.
Novoletle (monthly parte) 10 cenls.
Yankee Notions.. 1" eenU.
Mck-Nax - 1 cent-
Oomlo bouijuet ljj cents.
PicKles ..-.............,....-... iy wu.
Budget of Kun cents.
Bullou's Monthly 10 '
Phrenological Journal cents,
Watur Cure Journal - " cents
Hunt's Merchants Alagaxine " cents.
Eclsctlo Magazine. ..m. W cents.
Eilitilmrgli BvvIl-w - - M cents.
Westminster lleview M cents.
orth British lleview -,.....-......-....w cents.
London Quarterly lieview...... ..........,-50 cents.
If yon want anything in the Periodical line, yon
had hotter call on
EDWARD L. MURRAY,
auK-TnThS-nni
NO. S18 FIFTH-8TREKT, '
Between Elm and Plum,
Cincinnati, O.
8IX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
INCREASED EXCITEMENT!
vv
i HUME'S
WITHINGTON BEER.
THIS CELEBRATED BEER, INTRO
DUCED by the undersigned, a few months
.tt.rn r,,r ,hOrt liit.A In t hi. cii v. is rfttiidlv enDer-
ceding in use nil others. Its popularity la equal to
o itrocurcu i
the Musty Ale Cottage, No. lot Main-street, botwoeu
1 nira anu uurtu-siiueis. ...
Hume's Ladies'
Ale,
;
Superior to any in use, either domestic or Imported,
for ladles who are nursing, and tbeir babes The
properties of this Ale nro highly tonic and invigora
ting, aud is particularly recommended by the Jrao
ully. i ' .!.'
TIIE MANY IMITATORS '
Of OtTME'S MUSTY ALE, have, one by one, elosod
their doors, or bad them closed by the dhrrill, and
tbe undersigned will give Fifty Dollars bonus, to any
individual who will produco asinglo glass of Musty
Ale, Wlthlugton Beer, or Hume's Ladles' Ale, at say
olherestalilUlimeuttban tho Mnsly AleOottago.
My stock of the original aud ouly gemiine Mttsty,
Cliampaiime, Bitter Uld Amber, and other choice
brands of Ales, and also Porter ami Brown Stont,
comprising lu all about 8FVEN UUHDUED iiAIt
BELS,isuncquuled iu the Union.
' aul7-tf ' I ', i' J. B. HDMB.
Pure, Still & Sparkling Wines,
; JAMESliiilEtBT.
Has remoTrd his WINS OILLAll to No. 16 HAM-
UJSU DTKKH T aoov xnirq atrgew jyi
No
tions .
Goods,
am
OP
OF
maybe
system
Tur
klah, DIs
Eloctrio
Adams
warm
. 'li
"OECEIVED ON
CONSIGNMENT, AND
FOB BALE at the .. - . .,i .'
6I1K AGEKCY, , ' 1
61 Wist FotmrH-tTurr,
fins Assortment or best Quality of LINEN
THREADS for SEWING MACHINES.
aul6-2wt J.H.JOUVET, Agent.
GREENFIELD STONE.
THE ABOVE STONE IS S!'T !'BLEP0R
(tep-Htnnee.Street-croislng. no t liulldlng pur
poses generally, and is cheaper 1... u the Dayton
atone. . . , ' , ... .
Call and examine tor ycnrseires, at no. ssz nest
era Bow, between Minth and Blohmond.
ana-aiQ p', , f. , it.
FOR STEKCIL MAJIKIH OPIATES
- - - ... OO TO " ' " "
33. 3VE, I0"W:EX,
l'26Vnlaut t,bet. Third and Fostrth sjta.,
(Next door to the Masonlo Temple.)
LANE ft BO D LEY,
' NAXOTAOTTJKEBfl OP
Wood-Working Machinery,
AND CIRCULAR SAW HILLS,
Corner Job ad Water t Claolsiasitl.O.
p-lv '
. JOHN H. DETERS,
' FASHIONABLE
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. 53 West fourth street,
HAB aotr on band tbe largest, and best stock of
Gentlemen' nse Slippers ever offered In this mar.
ket. Call and see theui. , suit

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