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MfiWlLT & AVERY -
IMPORTERS OP AND DEALERS IN
CARPETING
6Sh,Wtst Pourth street,
Pike's Opera -House Building.
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THE PRESS.
Printed by " Caloric."
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Per Week, payable to the carrier.,,
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OFFICR NO. 14 TUT FOURTH STBRKT.
CORRESPONDENCE, containing Important news,
solicited from any quarter of the world.
NQ NOTICE takep of anonymous correspondence.
We do not return rejected communications.
CINCINNATI!
FRIDAY..-.."....-.".-".
...AUGUST 20
JToijci. Our patrons, being on the route
bounded by Fifth and Seventh, Western-row
and Main-streets, are notified that Mr. Lee ii
the oarrler, and the only perion authorised to
collect subscriptions.
Corn Crop in Butler County, Ohio.
The eon yield of Butler County, Ohio, is an
extraordinary one 60,000 aorei of her fertile
bottom-lands hare produoed an average of
forty-eight bushels of corn to an acre, and the
drop thii year will reach very near the tame
figUTM.
Non-arrival of the Steamship Canada.
A number of onreltlieni will be disappointed
t the delay in the arrival of the Canada,
Early hut evening a line or two oame in the
dIspatob.es that the had nndoubtedly reached
Halifax, but subsequent information gave no
tnoouragemeut for the rappoaition. Her news
will be anticlpaosd, perhapi, by the America,
jast arrived.
Editors About.
We had a call from Colonel SahPim,
the Ninth Ltgion, Mount Sterling, Ky. The
names of the papert he has previously con
trolled have iingularly been "legion" also.
General Gbiini, of the Vincennes Sun, shone
In upon us, starting our "caloric" by the
mere light of hie countenance so sensitive
is our,. .Ericsson engine. The General does a
Land-office business in bis newspapor, and
js an Agent for Government, Great is Indi
ana! Great ii Kentuckyl "Press" onl
Foreign News by the America.
Our dispatches furnish meager morsels of
foreign news. There is nothing transpiring of
the Beoret Conferenoe, at Zurioh, of the late
belligerents, except that the representative of
Sardinia has been oooasionally absent from the
meetings. Wo suppose he had to stand one
side, while Franos and Austria talked over
tender points involving Emmanuel's influence
in Italy. .- Some spirited republican manifes
tations are being made at Parma. Poor Italy
has, like Mexioo, volanlo throes every once
in a while an eruption. A spirited contest oc
curred at Frankfort-on-the-Rhlne, between
Pussian and Austrian soldiers the tntendente
oordialt is disturbed. The Russian and Indian
loans Intimate that the Great Powers of Eu
rope are orowding the people, to keep them in
subnotion.
Guardianship of Female Prisoners.
In the English penitentiary the female pris
oners are nnder the management of officers of
their own fx,'the Governor himself being re
stricted, by the rules, from going around their
part of the prison, excopt in the company of
the Matron, or Task Mistress. Tbe prisoners
are entitled to a per centage on all their earn
ings; and the amount is set apart for their use
on being discharged out of custody. We, in
Cincinnati, as, from time to time, the Psnst
Pews has given token, have an outrageous, in
human way of keeping and treating those
frail ones that got in our jails. Suppose the
Committee of Prisons should signify to the
public a desire to have overtures from parties
in good faith to take care of these unfortunates?
The nana of certain orders make a business of
suoh eases, and, at times, Quaker ladies have
undertaken suoh duties, without oharge.
We Have to Foot the Bills.
It is a sorrowful truth that the tax-payeT
is a loser by light taxes for school-houses and
teachers. We mean that, to educate all the
absentees from school, the fund would have
to be increased, but the fearful crime-list
would be lessened, the depredations on so-
ciety, the expenses of courts, jails, Ac,
would be diminished. We are justified in
saying that, in proportion that money is
properly spent, to educate, develop,
strengthen and pnrify the youthful mind,
we will have lighter tax bills, other things
being equal. Statioians have proved, incon
testable, that one of tbe causes of pauper
ism, with its expense and contingent crime,
is the entire want early education. Tbe
total want of the common discipline of the
mental faculties and training in the ways
prudence, begets a species of imbecility, an
incompetency to provide a competency.
We delude ourselves, men of business men
of judgment when we fail to call in from
the lanes and alleys of our eity, the home
less, vagrant boy, training in the purlieus,
by a street education in vice, to be supported
at fearful cost bytheBtate. Tax-payer,
yon are the State! :
ST The Philadelphia North Ammconoor
Mots e rumor of the death of the Hon. Lewis
Levin. Mr. Levln,4hat paper says, Is a patient
at the West Philadelphia Hospital for the In
ana., .He has been an Inmate of that Iuetitu
tlon for some years, and, unfortunately, a euro
In' Mi ease l ot expected.' The form of
Insanity it epllepay, consequent npon the soft-nine-
of the brain. HU death Is, probably,
Mtfer auatMt, thoagh the present report
presaatareV
Editorial and Selected Melange.
Old Kintuck. Kentucky prises her public
men. She honors tbe ofioe and respects the in
cumbent. Next Monday the official certificates
will be issued to the Congressmen and State
officers elect, and If there be any contests,
thirty days are given for contestation. On
Tuesday next the beauty and chivalry of Ken
tucky will be represented at Frankfort, the
oapital, when Governor Morehead will vacato
the Gubernatorial chair, and Governor Magof
fin be Inaugurated with imposing ceremony.
Two thousand cards of invitation to the In
auguration Ball have been issued to the ladies,
and the gallants of Kentucky are astir. Cen
ter's Band is ea gaged. On Wednesday tbe
retiring Governor will be escorted on horse
hack toward Louisville by a largo troop of
friends.
The Marshals of this State will soon havo,
by their deputies, to take the decennial census
of Ohio for I860.
Iron spires for church steeples are erected in
the Eastern oltica.
Tbe death of Moses D. Phillips, of tbe firm
of Phillips, Sampson A Co., Boston, la an
nounced. The tragedian MoCready ia at his homo in
Sherburne, England, devoting his leisure hours
in promoting education in the community in
which he lives. He has retired from the
stage.
Monsieur Julien, the monster eoncert man
ager, has been a caged bird recently. A test
was made by one of his oreditors in Paris
whether his taking out papers of naturaliza
tion in 1852, in England, denationalized him
as a Frenchman. The Tribunal of Oommeroe
decided that he was no longer a Frenohman,
and Julian was put to prison as a debtor, but
he was released by the decision of the Impe
rial Court of Paris, which reversed the deci
sion, and declared that such oaths of allegiance
were not binding exoept in England. Julien
was released and snapped his fingers at the
creditor.
The steamer Grtat Eattern is called the
"floating furlong." She is constructed on the
" ware principle." Soott Russell is the con
triver of the plan. Her full deck length Is six
hundred and ninety-one feet; breadth, eighty
three feet; fifty-eight feet hold. She has ca
pacity for twenty-four thousand tuns, has six
masts, and four oscillating cylinder engines,
each seventy-four inches in diameter, and four
teen feet stroke, which unitedly have ten thousand-horse-power.
The small boats hang on
the quarters or davits, and two aorew-steamers,
one hundred by sixteen feet each, for jolly
boats, are stowed upon deck In case of need.
She is expected to reach Calcutta in thirty
three days, or the United States in six or seven.
Many will rcoolleot the conversational phi
losopher, Dr. William Aloott, who held "con
venations" a few times the put few years, to
a aeleot Cincinnati audience; before his death
he had ooncluded the manuscript of an inter
esting book, entitled "Forty years in the wil
derness of pills and powders, or the cogitations
and oonfessions of an aged physician."
The wife of DeMarbais was known in New
Tork, at her residence in Lombard-street, as
Blanche Franklin. She was married to Eugene
in 1858, by Alderman Swift, of Now York
City.
Two editors, formerly of Cleveland, are en
gaged on New Tork dailies. J. B. Bouton on
the Journalof Commerce, and Charles F. Briggs,
on the New York Timet.
Mr. George B. Reed has presented to the
Young Men's Mercantile Library Association,
of this oity, duly framed, an autograph signa
ture of General Ethan Allen, of Vermont, who
bolted into the English garrison at Ticonde
roga, with his green mountain boys, in 1775,
and in the name of the Great Jehovah and the
Continental Congress demanded the post of
Old Ty," whioh he obtained forthwith. He
was subsequently captured in assailing Canada,
stowed away in the cable-tier of a British ves
sel and sent as a prisoner to England. He was
exchanged in 1778. Great Britain, or her
offioers, attempted to bribe Ethan to unite
Vermont to Canada. His genius was not In
that line. He died in 1789, aged 51 years.
The autograph is dated 1761. The frame con
tains also the autograph of Ira Allen, his
brother, the first Secretary of the State of Vor
mont. The Pittsburg Poet has a humorous article on
proposed excursion tour of the Cincinnati
Council to Sale Lake City. Provsion depot
and rendezvous at Pike's Opera-house until
the 10th of September.
Kentucky people honor tbe Bledsoe family,
as, by its powerful intellect, the Sledsoes
have honored the State One of the sons of
Judgo Bledsoe; of Kentucky, Albert T.
Bledsoe, L. L. D., now Professor of Mathe
matics in University of Virginia, and once, of
Kenyon College, of this State, was, on the
23d inst., elected President of Missouri University.
of
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his
10T Morris Llston's Tree, which has been
for many years a landmark for pilots and mar
iners on the Delaware, is now dead. It did
not put forth any leaves the present season.
It was purchased by the United States Govern
ment at the beginning of the present century,
and is, without doubt, several hundred yoars
old.
ffifTAn heir is wanted for the Shorburn
estate, the seat of which family was Stony
buret, England. It is valued at ten to twenty
millions sterling. It is an entailed property,
descended to an oldest son. The family left
England during the year 1600. It was left
without heir by the death of the eighth
Duchess of Norfolk without issue.
Cultivitxd Wont. Sheridan said beauti
fully, "Woman governs us; let ns render them
perfeot Tbe more they are enlightened, so
much the more shall we be. On the cultlva
tton of tbe mind of women depend tbe wisdom
of men. It is by women that Nature writes on
the hearts of men." i
OSfk Mrs. Heath, an active, enterprising
lady of but sixty-nine, has been diecovered
at PitUfield, 111., who was tbe first white
child born on the land where Cincinnati now
stands. It was then called Columbia. She
was born in 1791, on the 1st of January,
Cincinnati i but a mushroom town. .
orse-radish, applied to the affected
side or spot, is said to be as good a rcmody
for neural zia as for toothache. It alleviates
the pain of both, but does not wholly cure
"-Iowa. whioh bad but one hundred
thousand population in 1818, has now six hun
dred thousand an unparalleled increase.'
Capital and Intelligent Labor—Licking
Iron Works, Covington, Ky.
We take this view of the ower man-
man'a capital and man's sk lful labor thoy
overcome all obstacles. 'iese two foroes
combined, rightly 8pplio , are like the
Archimidean lever, for th v can move the
world. Take a walk in the ear part of Cov
ington, our prosperous Ke: tucky neighbor,
and you will, after observi: g to your right
the prosperous suburb of Loiisburg, find that
streets are being graded and built upon
through hills and acroas hsllowa; follow out
Twelfth-street to the Licking River, and you
will discover what boe-hive it is that fur
nishes employment for a colony of laborers,
whose cottages make this suburb quite a vil
lage, for you come at once upon the exten
sive rolling mill of Phiixim i Sox. Gkobos
Philips, the foreman, will show you through
the extensive Works, whose machinery is
driven by two hundred-horsepower steam,
and whose handiwork is carried on by a
relay, night and day, of two hutdred hands,
intelligent, experienced workers in iron.
Stand at one end, and see a curisity shop of
old iron, parts, pieces of all sort, sizes, make,
shape, and forrnor use, and most distant
localities, here placed iu furnaces and
melted native-Amorican-ized its cast-iron
brought to a State of nature, so called,
ground and rolled into a powerful squeezer,
of one hundred and twenty-horicpower', to
clear it of impurities ; then, by a Titan in
strength, booted and shod with iron, his
brawney breast and arms naked for the con
tost, the fiery ball of glowing red-hot iron is
handled with the forge pullicans, and
champed up into shape under the mashing
jaws of a powerful tilt-hammer, transferred
with readiness to immense rollers, where it
is rolled into bar, shoot, rod and other classes
of iron. Here, in order, is wrought .up an
nually, some eight thousand tuns of metal
into bar-iron 3-16 to 5 Inches here are
forged, also, excellent chains of different
sizes giving employment to a worthy set of
men, some of whom, from their great skill
and ability, make, for a short time, $90 per
week, wages. The stock is hauled to the
store in this city by a team of mules weigh
ing nearly fourteen hundred pounds each.
Most of these operatives have had a training
in Wales or England, and are known for
their good character and intelligence. The
majority are readors of the Penny Pbkss.
Let others do likewise. . .
The London Times Office.
Mr. Story, son of one of the proprietors of
the Rochester Democrat, writes to that paper
an account of his visit to tbe offioe of the Lon
don Kmes. We copy a portion of this nar
rative: One of the most interesting and novel de
partments of the establishment is that in whioh
the stereotyping process is oarried on. Yon
know, perhaps, already, that every number of
the Time is printed from stereotype plates, time
saving a great part of the wear and tear of the
type. The stereotype plate is taken from the
"form" in three minutes, by anew prooess, in
vented by a Swiss, and known only to himself.
A thin layer of sou ana damp papier-macne
first receives the impression of tbe type, and
after it has boon hardened by the application
of heat, the melted lead is poured on whioh is
to form the stereotype plate. Thepapier-maohe
has the power of resisting the aotion of the
melted lead, and comes out of the fiery trial
uninjured and almost unsoorcbed. The plates
are remelted every day alter tbe issue ot tne
day is printed from them, and the waste of
type metal from day to day is very slight.
By this power of multiplying the number of
forms from which the same side of the paper
can be printed, the Timet oan Use three or four
presses at once, and thus print its fifty-nine
thousand copies, on an emergenoy, in two
hours time. The Timet employs in its estab
lishment some three hundred and fifty persons.
It has eighteen reporters at the Houses of Par
liament, and for these, as well as the majority
of its compositors, the working hours are the
night hours exclusively. It owns four cabs,
whioh are employed solely in carrying reporters
and reports at nigt to and fro between Printing
house Square and tbe Palaoe at Wesminster.
Tne reporters relieve eacn otner at tne nouses
every quarter hour, and thus, though the debate
in the Commons last till four o'clock in the
morning, the Timet gives it in full by sunrise,
though it cover two whole pages of the journal.
Eloquent Extract.
Tbe best thing yet written by
Everett, in his " Mount Vernon Papers," is an
artiole on the late comet. After describing its
approach to the earth, and the beautiful pic
ture it presented, he says:
Return, then, mvsterious traveler, to the
dentin of the heavens, never again to be seen
by the eyes of men now living! Thou hast
run thy race with glory 1 Millions of eyes have
gazed upon thee with wonder but they shall
never look upon thee again. Since thy last ap
pearance in these skies, empires, languages
and races of men have died away the Mace
donian, the Alexandrian, tbe Augustan, tne
Parthian, the Byzantine, the Sarocenio, the
Ottoman dynasties have sunk, or are sinking
into tbe gulf of ages. Since thy last appear
ance old continents have relapsed into ignor
ance. and new worlds have oomo out from be'
hind the evil of waters. Tbe Magian fires are
nnanched on the toDS of Asia; the Chaldean
is blind; the Egyptian hierogramist has lost
his ounninz: the Oracles are dumb. Wisdom
now dwells in tbe farthest Tholes, or in newly
discovered worlds bevoad the sea. Haply,
when wheeling up again from the celestial
abysses, thon art onee more teen by the
dwellers of the earth, the language we speak
shall be forgotten, and seience shall nave Red
to tho utmost corners of the earth. But even
there His hand, that now marks out thy won
drous circuit, shall still guide thy course; and
then, as now, Uesper will smile at thy ap
proach, and Arcturus with his ions rejoice at
thy coming.
A Stiono Box. The impossibility of ren
dering a strong box altogether safe against
theft by means of skeleton keys, has led'
locksmith in Frankfort-on-the-Main to lit
upon the ingenious idea of constructing
strong box without any keyhole at all, atd
which even tbe owner himself cannot opes.
Why, what's the nse of such a box ? you would
ask. But, observe, inside is a elockwork, the
hand of which the owner plaoesat the hour and
minute when he again wants access to tbs box.
Tbe clockwork begins to move as soon as the
lid Is shut, and opens tbe lock from the inside
at the moment which the hand indicates.
Time, dependent upon the owner, is the ' key
to the lock, a key which oan neither be stolen
nor imitated.
PiocoiOMiKT. A New York correspondent
ofthe Philadelphia Preu, says: 1 ,'' '
The Philadelphia admirers of Piccolominl
need not be surprised if she returns to this
country next month with Strokosch, though
she may not come until later in tbe season.
She is now on a provincial tour through Eng
land, Scotland, and Ireland. Carl Formes
tin nnir!xl Hihlo's for a series of perform.
ances, with his brother for tenor, and Jenny
Pmrai Cor nrincinal prima donna. Formes.
however, has played so many fantastic tricks
that they won't go out of their way tohearj
mm, great as pe is. .,.,,..,..,...
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Three Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA.
Sackvillb, August 25. The steamer Amer
ica, from Liverpool on the 13th, arrived at
Halifax this morning, and will be due at Bol
ton at an early hour to-morrow evening.
The steamer Indian, from Quebec on the
30th nit., arrived at Liverpool on the 10th
inst., having made the passage in about eleven
days. The Great Britain, from New York on
the 28th ult., also arrived at Liverpool on the
10th. The City of TTaeAtnyton, from New York
on the 30th, arrived at Liverpool via Cork on
the 11th inst. The Ariel, from New York on
the 30th ult., arrived at Southampton on the
12 th inst.
The Zurich Conference continued In session,
but the Sardinian Representatives absented
themselves from some of its sittings. The
proceedings of the Conference were striotly
secret.
It was reputed by way of Vienna that the
Republicans had proclaimed in Parma; that
the Fiedmontese were driven out, and that the
friends of order were everywhere taking flight.
A threatening collision had taken plaoe be
tween some Austrian and Prussian soldiers at
Frankfort.
A Russian loan of 12,000,000 and an Indian
loan of 5,000,000 had been introduced in the
London market
From Washington.
WiBHiNOTOM, August 25. It la known that
a report has for some months prevailed of the
probability that Commander Maury, in oharge
of the National Observatory, would be ordered
to lea servioe. Newspapers and men of tolenoe
in this, and other countries, have in oonee
quence expressed their regret at the rumored
contemplated aot by the Navy Department.
On inquring at the proper souroe, it is ascer
tained that at no time has Secretary Toucey
even thought of detaching him from the Ob
servatory for the above named, or any other
purpose.
Lieutenant Ives, the Architect and Engineer
in oharge of the Washington National Monu
ment, has made an official rcrjort to the society.
in which he says that when raised to the hight
of six hundred feet, the entire weight of the
shaft and foundation will be seventy thousand
tuns. The weight of the struoture in its pres
ent condition is fortv thousand tuns. He has
been unable to deteot any appearance 01 set
tling, or Insecurity. By scientific calculations
he has arrived at the oonclusion that tbe
welht alone of tbe monument, at its full
hlrht. would offer a resistance nearly eight
times greater than the overturning effect of
the heaviest tempest to wniou it woum proo
blv ever be exnosed.
It was proposed to tne monument society
manv vears ago. to surround the foot of the
K .... . i
obillsk with a base of a pantheon form, and an
engraving was made of the monument as it
would appear, if completed in accordance with
that Dlan. An impression nas oeen created in
this way throughout the country that the
engraved design has been adopted and can not
be deviated from without tearing down what
has been already built, but as it has not been
the intention of the Sooiety, to accept the plan
referred to, and as tbe error which exists seems
to have nn injurious effect, Lieutenant Ives,
suriesta the expediency of notifying the public
officially, that the obilisk is the only portion of
the monument, the form of which has been
deeided upon, and that tbe determination of
the design lor tne case is situ open lor consid
eration. In this suggestion of Lieutenant
Ives, the Society has oonourred.
The balanoe in the United States Treasury
on Monday last, was $4,123,000; receipts for
tbe week ending on that day, $1,606,000; drafts
paid, $1,444,000; drafts issued, $1,607,000.
Attorney General Blaok has returned to this
city.
River News.
St. Louis, August 25 M. River continuea
to fall at this point, and all the upper streams
are receding, w earner oiouay and cooi, wnn
indications of rain.
Looisvh-ik, August 25 P. M. River fall
int. with four feet five inches in tbe canal.
Pinsirono, August 28 P. M. River
twenty-two inches at Glass-bouse, and fall
ing. Weather clear.
, Later from Mexico.
Vkka Cbdz, August 14. A revolutionary
movement had been made at J aiapa, nut it
has been suppressed by General Robles. Nu
merous arrests have been made. No yellow
fever or vomito is reported in this eity. It
has been reported, but the report is discredited.
that General Mirimoa has sent peace commis
sioners to Juarez.
From Pike's Peak.
Leavenworth, August 25. The Denver
City Express, with two days later advices, ar
rived Here tnis morning, xne news is unim
portant. The rush toward the new digging
was incessant
MoCrea, who was arrested yesterday, has
been discharged, the Indictment being wortn
less.
From Boston.
BbsToir. August 25. The city eontinuea re
markably healthy as is evidenced by tbe bill
of mortality for the vast week. Tbe whole
number of deaths was only 02, including
from small-pox.
Forger Arrested.
LonisviLLi, August 25. Alexander Morton
who passed forged notes here to large amounts
some montns sinoe, was arresiea hj-ub at
Chiosgo, by Officer Bligh of this city.
MARRIED.
Thursday, August 25, at St. John's Church, br the
Rev. Wm. R. NIcholHon, Fbanois G. Glkncit
Maby B. Kxcxilib, all of Cincinnati.
DIED.
fin VadnsnhV. Alimiat U. at 414 'o'clock P.
V.,
scarlatina, Cabsis Janb, onljr child of W. B. and
Haggle T. Knonedy, aged 13 months and 27 days.
Vi.,.rnl fcrmi tlm Ti,HiriAnr.H nr iiRr nirniit.. No.
Hopklna-itreet, on Friday, Aug. 2i, to which friends
nfiiu family u invited without further notice.
On tbe ovenlngoi tnezun,oicarieueTer, vhaklki.
BuRi.rv, aged 4 years and months, third sou of Sain'l
Ik ...1.4 Mucin .1 Thnmu.
Funoml will take place on Friday morning, tbe
2fth lnt., at 9X o'clok,from tho renideric of bia
Mrent,.1ll Oeorge-etreet,
Iniited to ttttonrt.
Friends of the family are
EPITOME-AUCTION HALES.
Kr.LLonn ft Williams, Sale-rooms 22 and 2 East
Tuiru-Hreet. r rinar muruiiiB, nugwi n.
nVlimk. rurn Hire. Cariwtn. ciitlory.sc. tw an
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SPECIAL NOTICES.
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CINCINNATI
HOBTICTJLTURAL SOOIETY.
Annual Fall Exhibition
-Jsi7TLL OPEN ON TUESDAY, BBPT.
at tbe
PALACE
GARDEN,
nn 'vin.treet. between Fourth and Fifth-streets,
Extensive arrangements hate been made to five
be.t dleploy .ver attempted br the Hoclety In
DMi ipir 0 j. jloo V Ell, Stcretsry.
BUSINESS MEN'S PRAYER
MflKTTNflR are held every mornlm In
bL-uent of the First Cbaroh. All are Invited,
s. LEONARD SWARTZ WILL
nME" ... he a candidate for County Commissioner
KiuTTnon County at the ensuing October election.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,
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Mrtl. HILLEN'S SCHOOL,
-: 136 BINTH BTBEET, HI&B EtM.
TWfiTWfl. DRAWING AND NEEDLE'
WORK. Wltnom extra tnu,., HJut'7, "
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Ij-A-O-E GrOODS.
FRENCH WROUGHT SBT8.
CAPES, BERTHAS AMD C01FFUB1CS,
POINT BRUSSELS SETS,
INFANTS' WAISTS,
: SHETLAND WOOL VAILS, to.
SHAWLS AND SCARFS,
BROCHE, STELLA, CRAPE AND PLAID WOOI.
bUAWLb, e.
Linens! Linens!
' FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.
Great Inducements offered In
LINEN SHEETINGS,
TABLE CLOTHS AND DAMASKS,
TOWELINOB AND NAPKINS,
, DBAPEBY, DOMESTICS,
QUILT8,4o.,4o.
SEASONABLE
DKY GOODS,
At Reduced Prices, to Close.
BICH LACE MANTLES AND DTJSTEBS,
FIGURED DBESS LAWNS AND BABEGKS.
BAREGE BOBES at ii. worth SI 2;
PINK AND WHITE JlUdli KTO BOBB1NET,
DELAND,
GOSSAGE &
CUYLER.
74
"West Fourth-St.
Lull
THE SHIPPERS' GUIDE,
IS FOU BALE AT
R0BT. CLARKE & CO.'S,
No. 55 West Fourth-st.
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JOHS . XOaTON. CALVIN W. IKOSAS
J. R. MORTON &. CO.,
BANKEKS,
No.29 WEST THIBD-STItEET,
CINCINNATI, OHIO,
Donlen In Exchange. Bnnk Notes and Coin.
Particular attention paid to Collections, and returns
romptly made. atrfli-tm
FOR SALE OR TRADE Desirable prop-A,-tv
tn and npnr (tovtnffton. Kentucky, con
sisting of one acre of ground, with good home, con
taining six rooms and kitchen, well, cistern and
stable eiiftlclent for seven horses, on the Itidepena
euce Turnpike, within a inmrter of a mile of the cor-
loraiiun line ui vovinm-vii.
late neithborhood. Iron tins fifty fect on tho Piko
by two hundred deep. Also, a lot in Austen's divi
sion of Covington, forty-live by one hundred and
five Teet. Tho above property will be sold cheap, or
traded for a farm within one hundred miles of Cin
cinnati, either in Kontucky, Indiana .or Ohio. For
further particulars, inuuire of K. B. i.LLIO, on tbe
premison; or of JaMEe B. GRAY, Attorney at Law,
Scott-street, opposite Farmer' Bank, Covington,
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n.u.w., .
AUCTION SALE. BY KELLOGG
WILLIAM8-8ale-rooms22 and 24 East Thjrd-Street-Ftirniture,
CHrpets, Cutlnrr aud Plated Ware
at Auction. On FRIDAY MORNING, August , at
i o'clock, a general assortment oi rarior, vusiuiw,
Inlng-room and Office Furniture.
AL80-Two Cottage Sot lor Chambers.
ALBO-20 pes. Rrussols, Ingrain and other Carpets.
ALSO-A neneral variety of line Table Cutlery,
Plated Ware aud other goods.
BUZfi A. iygLljUUUt Ancnouewr.
nnEAS BLACK AND GREEN TEAS
JL Selected partlcnlarl
nimlltr. Warranted to gl
Selected nartlcnlarlr for family uio, price and
quality. Warranted to give satisfaction. For sale
in quantities to auit purchasers.
uen. by
J. rSKdCHON.
au25 Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
I LOUR EXTRA WHITE WHEAT
? Flour In burrels and sacks. Warranted, and
delivered to any part of the city free of charge.
auM Corner Nlntn and Vine-streets,
O1
LD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFPEEj
Uvnulne old MOCHA of the very heat quality
or aalo by J. FaHfJUSON,
au25 Corner of Ninth and Vlneatreete.
REMOVAL I HAVE REMOVED MY
Banking office to No. 8 West Third-stroct,
under the Bank of tho Ohio Valley,
au34-awt
J. F. LARK IN.
$50
REWARD. THE ABOVE RE'
WARD will be nalil for information that
will load to the arnwt and conviction of the peraon
who defaced my house, with tar, on tho night iif the
loth Inst. Tho same reward will alao lie paid for In
formation that will lead to the arrest and conviction
of each and ovory person acceaaory to.thii act.
an2-cr (J- L. VATTIER.
H. KINGSBURY,
Professor of the Guitar and Flute.
T.arllpa and Gentlemen wishing In'
atruoilun on either of the above In
strumenu, will roceive prompt
timtlim. hv luavinir their addruHl
Ilia Vn.lr, Htorna of Will. 0. Peters
Sou.; John Cburcb and Wm. il. filters.
M R 8 . J. A. ORTH,
LADIES' AND GENTS
FURNISHING STORE,
No. 16 Fifth-street,
Betweon Elm and riura, CINCINNATI.
Combs, Hair Oil, Perfumery, Fancy Soaps and Na
tion, of all kinds. . ..... , , . ,
N.B. Shirts, and all kinds of Furnishing Goods,
made In order. au24 am
DR. SAM'L SILSBEE
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES
THE SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES
WOMEN, and snch Chronic complaints as may
beueftttiid br th Hygyenlo and Atmopathio system
of blsofjoo. !. '
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenle, Mercury, Tur.
klsh, Buislan and Electro-Chemical Baths, a DIs
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Eleotrle
and Msgnetie Apparatus. ' t ,; ,
T NO. 7 WEST BIXTH-BTBIKT. 1 '
sroillo faenrs A. M. to t P. M. " . ' anU-tfl
NEW-ADVEBTISEMENTS'
."
OF
OF
be
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, vl , "'" .&!. .V'.i.. 4.il..rt u-. St
8 1 X, JC EN J9 Yf LL P AY FOR T H 1 r
JI NNV ,PR59 9 N W EEK,, . A
' '."I'M1? vvr-y .-..-is.. .',(,-,'-' !: 'jji..
New Fall Silks!
FAlL CHINTZES! (
New';; Style w
DRE S S f G O O D S , ' "
Just received by. . : - :
OOI.E & HOPKIN8.7
.-. . (Successors to Geo. H. Wood.) j . . . ,
atHH.tr Corner Fifth and Vtne-ntreete.
J. O. TOWERS & CO., .
i ',( '
No. 140 M&in-street,
: BEtow joueth. . . :;
SSBvesessaassj :. ' f ' ,'
WE HAVE A LARGE AND ELEGANT
auorttnent of fine SOFT HAT, embrac
ing all tbai.is new and doalrable for gentlemen s wear.
BOYS' HATS AND CAPS
' , IN CHEAT VARIETY.
OUR FALL STYLE8 OF
. DEISTS,
Will be ready on SATURDAY, September 3 '
lanM-aw
PAPER WAREHOUSE m WALNUT-STREET.
PAPER WAREHOUSE m WALNUT-STREET.
POLLOCK & H'CALL'S,
POLL00K 4 M'CALL'S.
PAPER WAREHOUSE 232 WALNUT,
BETWEEN TIFTH AND SIXTH-STREETS,
THE BEST PLACE TO BUY PAPER IN THE CITY
THE BEST PLACE TO BUY PAPER INTHE OITY
,., .18- k
POLLOCK 4 M'CALL'S, 232 WALNUT-STREET,
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF WBAPPINO' .5 '
IS TO BE FOUND AT POLLOOK ft M CALL B,
232 WALNUT, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH.
PAPER SUITED TO ALL TRADES CAN
BE FOUND AT POLLOCK ft M'CALL'S,
232 WALNUT, BETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH.
THE HI HEST PRICE IN CASH 18 PAID FOB
RAGS AT POLLOCK ft M'CALL'S.
fau2H
DR. EALING,
Physician, and Operating Surgeon,
CAN BE CONSULTED, FOR A FEW.
SAYS ONLY, on Corns, Bunions, Dlaaaeed
Nails, and all excresencos on the FACE, HANDS
AND FEET; the operations being porformed with.
out cutting, or earning any pain whatever. . ' , '. ' . '
Consultation Boons-Pikes' Opera-house, Fourth,
stroet-entrance by Concert Room door. au2)-aw
8IX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
INCREASED EXCITEMENT
HUME'S
WITHINGTON BEER.
THIS CELEBRATED BEER," INTRO
DUCES by the undersigned, a few month
since, for the Unit time in this city. Is rapidly super
ceding in use all others.' Its popularity ia equal to .
Musty Alo, which can only be procured genuine at
the Dluaty Ale Cottage, No. 104 Main -street, between
Third and Fourth-streets.
Hume's Ladies' Ale,
Superior to any In use, either domestic or Imported,
for lad iiia who are nursing, and their balwa. The
properties of this Ale are highly tonic and invigora. ,
ling, ana ia parucuiwijr iotuiuiuwuuou wj t
UUy' THE MANY IMITATORS , "U'"t.
Of HUME'S MUSTY ALE, have, one by one, closed
tlielr doora, or had them closed by the Sheriff, and
the undesigned will give Fifty Dollars bouua, to any .
Individual who will produce asinyle glanBof Muaty
Alo, Withlngton Beer, or Hume's Ladies' Ale, a any
othereetabliBliment than tbe Musty AleCottaga.
My stock ot the original and only genuine Musty.
Champalgne. Bitter Old Amber, and other choice
brands of Ales, and alio Portor and Brown Stout,
comprl.ltig iu all about 8KVEN HUNDRED BAR
BELS, ia uncqualed iu tbe Union.
auH-tf J. B. HCIHB.
FRONT -STREET TACTORY
AND
- LUMBER DEPOT, !
No. 167 East Front Street, bet. Pike and Butler-st's,'
South-aide.
HAVING FITTED UP THE PREMISES
with the most lmprovod kind of machinery, I
am prepared to furnish, at short notice, all kinds of
House and Steamboat, Carpenter and Joiner work.
Sash, Blinds, Doom, Frames and olding, of all
descriptions. Steamboat Lumber, Weathw-board-ng,
Shingles, 8ldlng, Flooring, o kept constantly
on hand, Particular attention paid to planing, rip
ping and scroll saw nx. Heavy framing lumber can
be planed and trued 40 feet long, and 30 inches wide.
Persons Bbont to build, Vfill find it to their advaa"
t ago to give me a call. : WM. JONES,
au'22-bm Proprietor.
FflESII 0 1ST KUS
I AM now receiving daily, per the i
Express, , ;:j '...;; p f t
Adams
1 fT
AMALTBYS
XtL CELEBRATED?
BALTIMORE CAN OYSTERS
Put up by a new process, especially for the warm
weather, WABBAtUUU H1W.SH. Au BW-bail.
;l.
E0BEBT ORE, Agent.
Biils-bt '
Depot, 11 Went Flfth-Btreet.
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTERS
AT-
233 Walnut-street)
, , . CINCINNATI. ,'
T HAVE COMMENCED FOR THS SEA
JL SON the sale of J,
B. MANN ft OO. "8, superior
raw fresh oysters.
wimiouiiaand mtall Asent for J.R. Minn&O.
J xvvu.
Oysters cooked in a superior style at our usual mod-
ersM rnsruwi. iwu
Dissolution, of i Partnership.-
riHE Partnership hertofere existing between
JL the undbrnlgned, under the firm name of BEG08
& SMITH, ii this day dissolved.. H. R.Suiiih havint
purchased tbe entire interest of Joseph Pfi .'ggs, iu
the saidconceru. JOSEPH P. BEUG8.
m " : ! -', I-. "' ' HARRY B. SMITH.,.
Notice . of Copajptnersiiiipl
fTHE undersigned bave this day formed a,
JL ' Copartnorablp, retaining the firm name of
Bsuas A Smith, oi
BUSINESS, No.
,QQ win continue tne jsniuai
West fourth-street, Cincinnati,
JHAtlltl tt. B3111I1.
CHARLES O. BOEBNKB.
JACKSON SbANK. , .
While mtlrinff from the lata firm of Br.oos A
Smith. and, thus dissolving my business relations
with that eoBcern, 1 still hope to retatti an Interest
In Its prosperity and suoceai, and would cordially
recommend tbe new firm to tbe consideration and
patronage of my Wf.",, UKOGS.
Cincinnati. Angnst IB, 18W. an!7bw
BRANDY AND GIN COCKTAIL. John
Bates would call the attention Of saloon and
hotel proprietors, to bis superior Brandy and Qiu
Cockbti). . They are made from the best brandy aud
gin, and are exquisitely flavored. They are superior
to anything of tbe kind that has been mad. For
sale, wholesale and retail. National Theater Btilld
Ing, Syeamore-street. 1 ana
LA)N( it BODLEY, i ' .
KAMOMOTUUM OF
Wood-Working Machinery,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, -Corner
John tad Water taClaelsussttl)Os
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