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JtMPORTERfJ OP ANDJDEALERSIN
CARPETING
09 XVvnt Fourth street,
Pike's Opera - House Building.
THE PEESS.
Printed by " Caloric."
CINCINNATI:
tATl'RIAV AIIOUKT 27
Foreign News.
We tare Interesting advices, a few tours
later, by the JJtna, but no news of the Canada.
t From . the faot that no regular filei were
brought, it would teem that the Canada had
tailed from Liverpool on her appointed day.
Oar , fetrs are awakened by the unexplained
delay. No allusions are made in the dis
patches aa to whether the America had tailed
in her place, nor Is any explanation given for
her irregularity or non-arrival.
"Take That."
Money it some men' meat, other men's
poison. 1o some men money getting and
keeping is worship it is the God of their
Idolatry.' , Nature scorns divinely the slave to
the mere gold, to the "mammon of unright
eousness," and, as Carlyle lays, "blazes often
enough like the blinding lightning against his
slnvehood, and flings him a bag of money,
saying, 'That, away; thy doom Is that I' "
What a doom to a man of heart and emotion
of lore and improvement, to have the heart
stifled with suffoeating, cankering cares, for
mere money I
Penny Press in Dayton.
Oat brethren In Dayton have the interests of
the Penny Preu, In that city, so much at heart,
that they make the topis of its circulation one
of sport, and even of anger. The Empire Itself
endeavors to oonvey the improssion that our
patrons are not reliably served in that city,
but we assure oar disinterested friend that we
nave good patrons in Dayton, a good oarrior
and we give our readers a good paper, served at
their doors for six cents a week.
The Penny Pren has been extremely for
tunate in securing the services of a faithful
carrier. He pays promptly, and oftimes in
advance. As Dayton papers get a liberal
advertising patronage from Cincinnati, we
. trust that they will not complain of their
own citizens for suiting themselves with the
Cincinnati daily paper thoy profer. We
can't help it if the Venny Trait "coaxes"
itself on the people, on account of its cheap
ness. One cent a day is within the means of
all.
Our Schools "Pay."
From the dollar stand-point, the heaviest
tax-payers agree that our schools pay; but
every one engaged in the oonduot of them, from
the janitor of the school-house, to the Board of
Directors, should manage the fund as one sa
credly set apart for the noblest purposes the
education of American youth every one of
whom has an influence on the weal and wealth,
and woe and want of the State and Republic
Let all waste and misuse of the School Fund,
be treated at offensive as Simony. Every man
to bis post, then, and every man should be
posted. Stop all leaks, apply, properly; every
dollar, pay liberally for good loaohers, and ex
pect and require no dodging or dozing. Amer-
, loan pupils need men and women, nativo and
foreign-born, for teachers, who are penetrated
with the true Amerioan idea that it is a con
scientious duty to find what is the best gorm
in the pupil's heart and head, and develop
it In the best way. Morally, socially and com-
meroially, our Publio Sohools pay good divi-
dends.
Fuwiara. The Now York Herald, of
Thursday, states that tho " fanoy " of Gotham
are terribly excited at the prospect of a meet--ing
between John C. Heenan and Tom Sayers,
the Champion of England. It appears that
. the backer of Aaron Jones has suffored the first
deposit to be forfeited, with a view, it is
thought, of opening the fiold to the "Benecia
. Boy," who may now be considered fairlj in
for it.
pS" A gentleman in Lookport, New York,
has ordered a model steamboat to be built for
him at Buffalo. He intends to make a trip
With it to Texas, where his friends reside. The
boat is about forty foot long, seven feet beam,
and eleven feet over all. The engine is to be
of eight-horse power. The boat, when fin
ished, will eost about eight hundred dollars.
- "General Tom Thumb hat set np his
yacht, named, after himself, the Charlei S.
Stratum. The little gentleman made his first
' cruise on Friday, from Bridgeport to the Black
Rock Light-house. The Stratton seems to have
' proved herself a erack sailer.
Mr. Ten Broeok some time since added
to his English raelng-stud a young horse
named "Chiel." A California cotemporary
presumes it was a progenitor of his that Burns
referred to In the line: , '
' "Achlol'samangyetakin'oati."
:it The Ericsson Calorie Engine it now In
Bse at the water-stations on the New York
Central Eatlroad. Atone station it formerly
eost them fifty to sixty dollars per month to
pump thewater; one of thsse engines now doei
the same work at, a cost of three dollars per
month. A considerable saving.
, IstLocic Porter's Spirit says that Robert
' Harlan, of Cincinnati, bagged ten thousand
dollan on the victory of the American horse
! "Stark," at the Goodwood Races.
The Democrats of the Scioto Senatorial
district, nominated, on the 17th, William New
man, of Scioto, for Senator.
(.'-" ... -
yRev. Stuart Robinson, Of Louisville,
' Ky., has a $10,000 call to go to New York
.jr. Rather load, that! ' . '
iff ,:" ( 1 , ' ' - " '
Editorial and Selected Melange.
Mildness,' which is the glory of a lady in
society, is never perfect but when universal
and unalterable a persevering virtue, which
is never troublesome upon any account, is
the most efficacious of all lectures let your
preaching be after this style, fair lady rea
ders of the Pehny Pkess.
The Zurich Conference has resolved to pro
long the armiBtico until the ratification of
the treaty of peace. While we are looking
at European belligerents with apparent indif
ference, is there not an armlsticenecded, and
peace to bo ratified between populaces in dif
ferent States of this prospectively great, if an
united, people? Romemberpoliticians, the
adr.onitions of Washington against estrange
ments through party animosities.
The rigor of the Napoleonic rule is giving
place to a generous policy to men who think
for themselves, and speak and write what
they think. . The Emperor is announced to
have published a political amnesty in France,
including Changamicr, Louis Blanc, nnd
Ledru Roll in.
This world is a state of action, not of rest;
work here arjd rest hereafter
The Cincinnati Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal Church mcctB at Dayton, Ohio,
on tho 6th of September. The Laymen's
Association will meet there on the same day.
They are seeking to obtain lay representation
in tho annual and general conferences.
The Ohio Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal Church; meets at Columbus,
August 31.
SlTEBtHY
A dayof din, of clack- clatter day!
For all, howe'er; they milieu the matter, soy
Thin day they dread;
A day, with lilpplsli, feverish frenzy fed,
Is that grand dny of fuss and bustle r'nturilay.
A social Sunday morning meeting will be
held at nine o'clock, to-morrow, at New
Church Temple, on Longworth-street, to con
sider 1 chapter of St. John's Gospol.
Reasonable diversions make a part of our
wants.
Thomas Corwin and !Uv. John P. Durbin
are both natives of "Old Bourbon," Ky.
It is a will-of-the-wisp delusion which
leads off a laboring man from a truo use of
his earnings, to invest in the hazards of lot
tery tickets.
Henry Ward Beecher's New Plymouth
Church, in Brooklyn, N. Y is to be built.
An award will bo made for tho best design
early in September.
Milo O. Williams, one of the choice "old
stock" teachers known in these parts, is in
the city. He is now connected with the
Urbana University, which opens noxt
Wednesday.
The watch runs as well in a comely case as
it would in a deal-box.
The draught is just as navory out of a
chased tankard, and every good of household
lifo is unimpaired by nestling among green
foliage, climbing honeysuckles nnd parterres
of flowers.
Wheat Crops.
crop of the United States this
year is estimated at 200,000,091) bushels,
mainly of very good quality. The consump
tion of the United States Is set down at 125,
000,009 bushels. It may be rather more than
this; we are inolined to think that this sen son
it will be nearer 135,000,000. If the latter
figure be correot, the country will have a sur
plus of 65,000,000 bushels, of which over half
will be available for export, the balance re
maining on band, as nsual, to provide against
emergencies, for seed, &o.
On the other band, there are several countries
which produce less wheat than is required for
the consumption of their people, ana who de
pend upon the United States to make up tho
deficiency. Such are:
1. The British Possessions in America, in
cluding the British AVest Indies, which may be
relied upon to take about 7,500,000 bushels,
either ia the shape of grain or flour.
2. Braeil and the rest of South America,
whioh will take 3,000,000 or 4,000,000 of
bus hols.
3. Spain and other Mediterranean countries,
Australia, China, French West Indies, Cuba,
i:o., which always take mere or less grain, and
which may be put dewn as consumers of 2,000,
000 bushels. '
4. Great Britain. The average product of
wheat in Great Britain in good seasons falls
short of the average consumption about 48,000,
000 bushels, which are supplied by the United
States, France, Russia, Egypt and the Baltic
oountries. The proportion in which this amount
is supplied by these various countries depends
ou the quality of the crops in eacb. Some
years the United States supplies half the whole
quantity; In other years, again, the proportion
sent by this country is less than a third. For
the past two years Franco has been the largest
exporter of wheat and flour to England. The
Frenoh harvests have been unusually bounti
ful, the surplus large, and the quality of the
French flour exceedingly fine, while the prox
imity of the two countries has given the French
a marked advantage over their mora distant
rivals. The smallest export of wheat nnd flour
from this country to England sinco 1843 was
in 1857-8, when we only shipped about $11,
500,000 worth; we have shipped over $20,000,
000. Of the amount of wheat grown in -En-land
this year, and of the amount which can be
furnished by France and Russia, it is yet too
New York Herald, 25th.
Entities for thb Cksarewitck and Cam
bridgeshire. Tho entries for those two grout
fall events of the English racing year have
closed, and are in print. There aro two
hundred nnd one horses entered for the first,
and two hundred and live for the second.
Among tho entries for the Cesarewitoh, we
find the American horses "Starke," "Pri
oress," "Des Chiles," "Cincinnati;" and in
the Cambridgeshire, "Starke," "Prioress,"
Porter's Spirit.
BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.
Excitement in St. Clair County, Illinois.
An attempt was made a few days ago to ar
rests negro in Belleville, which nearly resulted
in a tragedy. The particulars, as given in a
communication to the Belleville Advocate, we
here subjoin:
On Eriday evening last, about four o'clock,
P. M., two men In a buggy came to the farm of
Albert Wildermann, cultivated by George
Sboelken, near Belleville, and inquired of the
men engaged in threshing whoat for the prioe,
saying they wished to purchase some for sowing.
With these men at work was a negro man
named Burton Ellis, who has lived in this
eounty three years, and is about thirty years of
age.
The men, on seeing Ellis, who was at work
near tbe threshing-machine, got out of their
buggy and approached him, and prosenting a
pistol at his head and breast, commenced tying
him. He relisted, and one of the men knocked
him down with a pitohfork. He arose imme
diately, and be;ng a large and powerful man,
throw off his assailants and ran, pursued by
two men, who shot at him five times. One
shot took effect, tbe ball striking him in the
back passed through his body and came oat at
tbe breast. He tell to the ground, when ho
was immediately seized, bound band and foot,
and in this wounded condition thrown into the
buggy and carried off. IIo bus not been heard
of since. All this ooourred in tbe presonce of
several white men, neighbors of Ellis, and fur
whom he was working at tbe time, without any
Interference whatever by any of them la his
defease.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Additional Foreign News.
ARRIVAL OF THE ETNA.
Boston, August 29. The steamship Etna
arrived here last night, with Liverpool dates
tothoninht of the 13th inst., having sailed
twelve hours after the America.
The Zurich Conference nan resotvea to pro
long the armistice until the ratiScation of the
treaty of peace.
It is reported that the foreign Embassadors
in Franco would refuse to attend the Paris
felt if the colors taken from tho enemy were
allowed to be carried in the procession.
The Bank of Franco has gained 67,000
francs during the month of July, Three per
cent. Routes on the Taris Bourse had de
clined to fl9f. 25c.
A vogue rumor prevails that Prince Napo
leon was to be made Sovereign of Tuscany.
The King of Prussia was not expected to
live a great while longer.
The collision between the Austrian and
Prussian soldiers at Frankfort was sei'ibuB,
but it is bfcliereu that no lives were lost.
Spain has resolved to increaso the fortifi
cations of Cuba.
The British Parliament was prorogued on
tho 13th inst, tho day tho Etna sailed.
C. Lennox Wyke has been appointed Her
Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary to Central
America.
The Atlantic Telegraph shares aro quoted
at 208.
The Paris correspondent of the London
Press soys that the EmpGrof is nbtjut to pub
lish a political amnesty, including Clmn
garnier, Louis Blanc and Ledru Rollin;
Advices from Italy ih.titfttb toribds Irbiihle
in the Dukedoms. Secret emissaries' of the
fugitive Princes were fomenting discord.
The people generally were bitterly opposed
to tho return of the .Dukes, and Farina, the
Dictator of Modena, .threatens to level tho
city to the ground, sooner than see the Duke
restored by force.
Great Britain. Parliament was prorogued
on the 13th instant. The Lord Chancellorread
the Queen's Speech. She regrets that the in
terruptions dttring the BoSstod have prevented
many important measures from being carried,
and hopes for their early consideration at tbe
next session.
Tbe war in Italy having been concluded,
England had been invited to take part in the
Conference of the Great Pattern, should one be
held, but no sufficient information on this sub
ject was given to admit of a deflnite reply.
She would rejoice at belnft ablb to contribute
to Arrangements ia serve a lasting peace, fa he
hopes that a direct communication with Pekin
will prove beneficial. She bopos for a con
tinuance of the existing amicable relations
with all powers, and rejoices at the complete
suppression of the Indian rebellion.
She promises her serious attention to the in
ternal improvements of India. She gladly as
sented to the bills providing for the naval and
military reserves, and regarded permanont na
tional dofonses of paramount importance.
The remainder of tho speech is congratula
tory on tbe prosperity of the nation.
Tbe Daily JVVtM leys that the strike among
the men belonging to the Building AssoGlatloh
was likely to last long.
Tho HcrcM has reason to believe that the
Grand Duke Constantine, on leaving Lyde, will
pay a visit to the Emperor Napoleon, at
Blaritz.
Tbe doings in Parliament, on the 12th, were
not of great importance
London, Friday Evening. The Times' city
articlo saj-s i
"Securities have gradually becomo weaker
during the last forty-eight hours. The knowl
edge that the Indian and Russian loans would
be forthwith introduced, contributed to the
heaviness, though not to so large an extent as
was ezpeoted.
The effect was, nevertheless, prejudicial, and
apparent in every one of the departments.
A similar iniluonco is at work on the other
side of the Cbannol, and while tho position of
politics may have something to do with tho
current of business, capitalists at the saino time
cannot be unmindful of the rosult of a steady
absorbtion, such as is indicated by these
operations.
The decline in Consols was nearly 4 per
oent., and although during the day a slight
rally ensued, it was not maintained, particu
larly when it was found that an addiiional fall
had taken place in the French Rentes.
The positive range in quotations was from
95-S(it5, but the final price was with
fresh symptoms of dullness in the more ad
vanced hours.
The positive range In question was from
95 to 95, but tbe final price was 95 to
05, with fresh symptoms of dullness in the
more advanced hours.
Londok, August 13. Last evening after the
close of the Stock Exohange, the prospeotus of
the Russian loan of 12,000,006 sterling, at
three per cent., wai issued. The applications
for this loan from the Continent are anticipated
to be very numerous, 'ihe Indian loan of
5,000,000 is to be raised to five per cent
stock.
The War Department has decided upon
giving to the East India troops, now in Eng
land, tho option of olaiming their discharge or
transferring their service to Her Majesty's
service.
Italy:. Tho advices are contradictory. The
Liverpool Font says: "The rumor published
yesterday that the Red Republicans bad ob
tained an advantage over tho friends of order
in Parma, and that the Pieduiontcse had been
driven from that city, Is confirmed, partially,
by tho news received from Austrian official
sources.
On the other hand, we learn that Count
Reisot, the French Emperor's Special Envoy to
Central Italy, had, at Parma, handbills thrown
into his carriuge, expressing the wish for an
nexation to Sardinia. The Provisional Gov
ernment of Tuscany issued a proclamation to
the people, before the olections took plaoe,
calling upon thorn to enable, by their conduct,
the Emperor Napoleon to do for Italy what he
intendod fur their good, and it is stated be
sides that they bare sont a special envoy to
Borlin to obtain the consent of tho Prussian
Government to the removal of the present dy
nasty. With regard to the question as to who
is to take the place of that dynasty, the Paris
correspondent of the London Star returns to the
project aready mentioned, viz: a marriage be
tween tbe Grand Duohess of Parma and nephew
of Victor Emmanuel, tho Prince of Carignan,
to be followed by other marriages, destined
to cement the union between the hounes of
Savoy and tbe Bourbons of Parma, and J it tbe
same time to promote tbe cauae of Italian
unity, under tbe Sardinian supremacy.
In tbe Ducby of Modena everything seems
In favor of a union with Piedmont. Tbe peo
ple ran in orowds to vote the duthronemont of
Francis V. . The Duko, it is added, is in the
envirorjsof Reggio, where bewandors about in
disguise, and in secret to warm the zeal of bis
partizans. It is further stated that the Mode
nose and Parmesans have been invited to a
mo'.ster banquet, wh'ch 's lo take plaoe at Fie
conza, for the purpose of coming to an under
standing upon three points, viz: First the de
thronement of the former dynasties second
the annexation to Piedmont; and third con
federation with Ttmoiny and Romngua, to se
cure a oommon politloal and military action.
The military riots at Maynnca have been fol
lowed by ethers of a more serious nature la tbe
neighborhood. In tbe city of Frankfort, tho
eat of the German Federal Diet, fighting in
the streets with side-arms, takes place daily.
The oombatanta ars Prussian soldiers on the
one side, and the Austrian, Bavarian, and
Frankfort troops on the other.. This news is
not very reassuring for tho continuance of
peace on the continent. , ...
There is discontent in Italy, and disunion in
Germany, and the opinion is gaining strength
that there are serious obstacles to the estab
lishment of the proposed Italian Confedera
tion. ' i
The St. Petersburg Oazelle,on this last point,
asks: "How can absolutist Austria, tbeooratie
Rome, constitutional Piedmont, and the two
Sioilles, Parma, Tuscany and Modena, be
amalgamated? What measures oan be adopted
for the uniform development of tbe moral and
productive forces of the nation? Blow can
unity be established and discord prevented?
Must Piedmont make a sacrifice of Vier liberal
Inovation to Vienna, or mast the oontrary take
plaoe?" "These grave questions," jt adds,
"oan only be described by a Congress."
Frakcb. The news from Paris is Pacific in
its tone. The Emperor has resolved to inau
gurate a real and solid peaoe polioy, and with
this, now proposos to reduce the import duty
on certain raw materials, including coal and
iron, and to promote railroad works, and other
wise to give stimulous to trade and commerce.
Tonis-v. The Constantinople ; papers an
nounce that the last earthquake completely
demolished the town Ezieroam, and even de
molished the ramparts.
The .Etna brought no regular files of English
journals, but a few miscellaneous papers were
found on board and forwarded to the agent of
the New York Associated Press.
From Washington.
Washington, August 28. The Stato De
partment has been officially advised that an
order has been received at the Custom-house
at Para, Brazil, authorizing the reduction of
the .Govern rtient export duty to five per
centum in favor of the exportef. The order
took effect July 23.
Sixteen candidates have rocently passed a
satisfactory examination, and .will . be war
ranted as Third Assistant Engineers. , The un
usually large number of steamers added to
the Navy, during the past year, renders the
inorease of such officers necessary.
No definite aotion has yet been taken in the
case of Quartermaster Cross, as recently investi
gated by a Court Martial. The delay is owing
to the absence from Washington of the Secretary
of War.
Commissioner of Indian affairs, Greenwood,
has received a dispatch from. Leavenworth,
anrjonc'ne;. tho arrival, at that place, of tho
children wad were smarted) at tbe Mountain
Meadow massacre. They will 006 be taken
to Carrolton, Arkansas, near the point from
which they were startod, and will there be H
stored to their friends.
The Assistant Seoretary of State is absent in
Muine. . .
From Baltimore.
, Ultima, August 28 M. George Brown,
tho senior f'aftfjet of the Baltimore Banking
house of George Brown fc Co:,- drer,t his rei
dencethie morning at an advanced agje; Mt
Brown possessed immense wealth. .
James Swan, another wealthy citizen, also
died this morning.
Both were Ex-Presidents of the Merchants'
Bank.
The Amtrrkan publishes a call this morning
for a town meeting tf the friends of law and
order, without distinction of partyi td fvt ia
nomination, candidates in opposition to tho
nominees of tho rowdy clubs.
Henry M. Fitzhngh, one of the proprietors
of tbe Daily Excltange, was assaulted this after
noon in an omnibus by a notorious rowdy,
named Paul Placide. Mr. Fitzhugh drew a
revolver and fired three balls, which took effect
in tbe hand and arm Of the assailant. The
affair produced considerable excitement.
River News.
Pittsburo, August 26 M. River twenty
ttcbes at Glass-house and falling. Weather
wet,
Louisville, August 20, P. St. River fall
ing, with four feet four inohes in the Canal.
Sr. Louis, August 26. P. M. River contin
ues to recede Blowly, with only about five and
a bnlf feet to Cairo. All the upper streams
reported falling. Weather oloudy, with some
indications of rain.
From Chicago.
Chicago, August 26. Preparations for the
fair of the United States Agricultural Society,
to bo held in this city, commencing September
12, are rapidly approaching completion.
All the railroads centering here have made
arrangements to carry stock and articles for
exhibition free, and visitors at half-fare.
Superintendent Doyle has received letters
from all parts of tbe country containing appli
cations for room. The prospects for a success
ful fair are flattering.
Democratic Convention.
Bangor, August 26. The Democrats Con
vention of the Third Congressional District
was bold a few days sinoe. William II.Bur
rell and James G. McClintock, wore elected
delegates to the National Convention at Charles
ton. Both gentleman are frends of Judge Dong
las. Strong popular sovercingty resolutions
were parsed.
Later from New Mexico.
St. Louis, August 20. The Santa Fe mail
reached Independence this afternoon. The
Kiowa Indians stopped the mail party, and
forced them to divide their provisions. Tbe
Indians had declared tboir intention to levy
contributions on all passers-by hereafter. A
company returned from Pike's Peak report
deep enow in the mountains.
From Boston.
Boston, August 26. A committee of gen
tlemen from Connecticut is in the oity await
ing tbe arrival of Governor Seymour to escort
him to bis native place, whore a grand publio
welcome will be tendered him.
Governor Seymour is a passenger on the
Amerkat
Balloon Ascension.
Oswioo, August 26. Professor Steiner as
cended in the balloon "Europa" from Toronto
yesterday afternoon, and landed last evening
eight miles south of this city, having come
over Lake Ontario.
Later from Havana.
New York, August 26. The Spanish
steamship, Pajaro del Oceano, from Havana,
has been signaled below.
MARRIED.
On the 21st Inst., uy theBov. Mr, Tate, Dr. Jt. Or.iv
tin, uf (jbitngo, to Airs. IltLiN Cjiappeu., of this
city.
DIED.
On tip?lth lnst.,MBOAr.TlsAni!Li,i!.infantchlld
of I'liurliwiilitl .Mary lluimolnian. aged nevnn dnys.
(New Atbiiuy, InU., aud Newark, O,, papers pltaso
couy.)
At Vllle IMatto, Louisiana, on thetstli Inst., of
Cmmnpilon, Helen Maui a, youngest dnaglitor of
1rio luio Ziwliai'j und Mary L. tiuruuy, egod thirty
jam's.
On Thursday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, .Tf.snii, eldest
daughter of Jninos 8. and Matilda Jvomptun, nscdS
years and 9 months.
Tlif funeral will take pluco this morning at 9
o'clock, from her parents' residence, Ho. 4'j6 West
Sevoutll-slreot.
In Ntm-port, Ky., on tho 23d mat., Cnirris, infant
sou of Win. and Jillza J. Johnston, aged 11 months
and Z! diiya.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
BUSINESS MEN'S PRAYER
1IKKTINUS are held every mornlm In tho
taaeiuent of the Jflrat Church. All &ro luvitud, jyl
LEONARD 8WARTZ WILL
iiitiiiil'on County st the ensuing October election.
aulO-tf
jjr?SALlj THB NO V EL TIE 9. Fine
SteS? French Felt and other Undress Hats, to
(ether with an endless variety of Cops, at
' ' ": 1 DODD'S HAT 8TORE,
au27-bt ' ' " 144 Main, East sldo, below Fourth.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
JOHN H. DETERS,
.- ' i. FASHIONABLE i i
BOOT. & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
, No. 03 West Foa'lli.trccr, .
RESPECTFULLY INVITES THE AT
JLM TENTIOH of hla enstoiuen and tliojmbHc.to
hie larai. B'ock off AI.L l)('OTS ADD SMuEa, which
are now opn for Inspeotion. Hl work li superior to
anykptln tbe city, ana i wurraniwl to Hi satis
faction to all who buy It. Hn soils cheap for cash.
au27
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
THE SHIPPERS' GUIDE,
18 FOB BALK AT
, BOBT. CLARKE & CO.'S,
Noi.55 "West Fourth-st.
aii26-c)
JOHX B. MOBTOX.
CALVIN V. THOMAS
J. R. MORTON & CO.
BANKERS,
No. 20 WEST THIRD. STREET,
CINCINNATI, OHIO,
Scalers In Exchange. Rnnk Nates nnd Coin.
Funicular fttteuttuu paid to Collections, and ruturna
promptly made. anf6-hw
MRS. J. A . ORTH,
LADIES' AND GENTS '' ' ":
FURNISHING- STORE,
No. 216 Flflfa-strmt, . .
Botwecn Elm and Plum, : CINCINNATI."
Combs, HulrOll, Perfuraory, Fancy Soaps and No
tion of all kinds.
N. B. Shirts, and all kinds of FurniahlnR Goods,
made to order. - au24 nin
JIS. SAWh SILSIJEE '
E
8PECIALLY TREATS DISEA8E9 OF
THE SKIN, RIIKU.MATISU, DISEASES OF
WOMKN, and such Chronic complaints as may be
Ucnoftttod by the Hrgyenic and Atmopathic system
of hisofflco.
Vapor, Salphnr, Iodine, Arsenic, Meroury, Tur
kish, Russian and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Ell
penaary of Medicine, and every mannor of Eloctrio
and Uagnetic Apparatus. .
NO. 67 WEST SIXTH-STREET.
- ffirOfflcelioursSA.M.toSP.M. aulSI-tft
New Tqll Silks!
FALL CHINTZES!
New Styles
DRESS GOODS,
Juft recotved if
COLE & HOPKINS,
. (Successors to Geo. II. Wood,) '
anil.tf Corner Fifth nnd VI nottreftg. '
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
No. 149 Main-street,
' ; BELOW FOURTH.
1TKTE HAY B A LARGE AND ELEGANT
T w n.iortment of fiilo HO FT HATS, enibrac
ing all tbat.is now anddosirabldfor gentlemen a wear.
BOYS' HATS AND CAPS
IN GRBAT VARIETY. '
OUR FALL. STYLES OF
DTLTZtBEl HATS,
Will be ready on SATURDAY, September 3.
niiaa-aw
J)R. EALING,
ffiytfldftn, and Operating Surgeon,
CAN BE CONSULTED, FOE A FEW
DAYS ONLY, on Corns, Bunion), Diseased
Nails, and all excrosences on tbe I ACE, BAUDS
AKD FEET; the operations being porformcd with
out cutting, or causing any pain whatevor. '
CoNsctrXf iflji fiBojts-Plktfs' Opora-houso, Fourth,
strott-entrancoly Concert Koohldoof. 1 ' aoM-aw
H. KINGSBURY,
Professor of the Guitar and Flute.
. , ladles and Gentlemen wishing In- wl
.wV Htmcii'in on either of the above In- .JPIV
it&Mr at rumen t, will receive prompt at- Xjw
AL&Jifr teutUm, by leaving their aillltevs at ifeLi?
tho Miuic Stores eft V in. C. Peters & Jsf
Bon.; John Church nnd Win. W. Peters. auSarfl
FKES1I OYSTEIIS.
I AM now receiving daily, per tbe Adams
Express,
aMALTBY'ST)
CELEBRATED .$IS
BALTIMORE CAN OYSTERS,
Put up by a new process, especially for the warm
weather, WARRANTED I'KhSII AND SWEET.
SOBEET ORE, Agent.
au!8-bt Depot, 11 West Flfth-streot.
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTERS
"AT-
adj wnium-sircei,
CINCINNATI.
I HAVE COMMENCED FOR THE SEA
SON tho sale of J. B. MANN A OO.'S, superior
raw fresh oyalers. J. TODD,
Wliulesulo and retail Agent for J. It. Mann A Co.
Oyxters cooked in a suporior style at our usual moil
srate charges. an2.'i-tf
FRONT -STREET FACTORY
AND
LUMBER DEPOT,
No. ir7 East Front Street, bet. Tike and Dutler-st's,
homo-side.
HAVING FITTED UP THE PREMISES
with the moat improved kind of machinery, I
am prepared to furnish, at short notice, all kinds of
House unit Steamboat, Carpentorand Joiner's work.
Sash, Blinds, Doom, Frames and moldings, of nil
descriptions. rheambOHt Lumber, V'eatber-board-og,
Siiiiislen, Siding, Flooring, .Vo.,kupt constantly
on hand. Partictibir uttentlen paid to planing, rip
ping and scroll sawinit. Heavy Iruming lumber can
lie planed nnd trued 40 feet long, and Do inches wide.
Persona about to build, will find it to their advan
tage to giro me a call. - VJU. JuMC.S,
an2a-bm Proprietor.
Dissolution of Partnership.
riFIE Partnership hertofore existing between
JL tho undersigned, under tho Arm name of BKGG8
ft SMITH. Is this day dissolved. 11. R. tfmlth having
purchased tbe entire iuturest of Joseph P. fleggs iu
the said concern. JOSKIMI P. BKtiOS.
HAKIty B. SMITH.
Notice of Copartnership.
THE undersigned have this day formed a
Copartnenliip, retaining the liim name of
Brass Smith, and will continue the JKWhiLBY
UlblNliSS, Hu, 6 West Fourth-street, Oiiioiiiuaii.
HAIIRY It. Bill Til.
OUAItbESG. H'lKRNEIt.
, JACKSON BLANK ..
While retiring from the late firm of BEor.g &
Smith, aod thus dissolving my business relutiuns
Willi that concern, I still hope to retain an inturest
in its prosperity and success, and would cordially
recommcud the now firm to the consideration, and
patronage of my friends and the public. :
JOSEPH P. BEGQ8.
Cincinnati, August IS, lSW. a17by ,
BRANDY AND GIN COCKTAIL. John
Dates would oall tbe attention of ntloon and
hotel proprietors, to hie superior Brandy and Gin
Cocktail. They are made from tho best brandy und
gin,aadareoxqnisitely Uavored. They are euporior
to anything of the kind that baa been made. For
enle, wholesale and retail, National Theater Build
ing, Sycamore-street. - au22
. LAN E tc BOOLE Y
i UANDTAOTUmS OF
Wood-Working Irlachinery,
. AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,) i -Corner
John and Water ti.t Cincinnati,!.
TEAS BLACK AND GREEN TEAS
Selected particularly for family use, price and
Quality. Warranted to sivo atlsfiictlou, Jforsalo
iu quantities to suit purchasers. By ,
, . J. FERGUSON, .
an 1 Corner Ninth and Vino-streots.
FLOOR EXTRA WHITE . WHEAT
Flour in barrels and sacks. Warranted, and
delivered to any part of the c Ity free of charge.
J.FKKGUSON,
au25 Corner Klnth and Vice -streets.
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA' COFFEE:
Uonula old MOCHA of the' ery best quality
orealoby . 3, IVRGUtfON,
an25 Cornerof Ninth and Vliioatreeti.
RKMOVAL I HAVE REMOVED MY
Banking office to No. 8 West Tlilrd-atrtet,
under the Bank of tbe Ohio Valley.
aitM-wr .. J. F. 1ABEIN.
. n " jit . . i.
' ; ; "" .
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
S IX C E NT 3 W I LL PAYORTHt
' PENNY PRESS ONE W EE '
i- r- rr-if.
, CUT. Tlll.SjOt""'
; :i :r-i -.11 ( i .'
THEN READ- IT, AND THEN , PREi,
Bent it to your nearest and deareatfriend, with
the request that it shall be inserted in the urat page
Mr! KnttV MoaBAT, No." jifth-streetT
sella Periodicals, Books und Bongs. We append
list or a few or the Periodicals which may be ob
tnined a- his sloio. No. 3l fitb-street.
New York Ledger.....M. ....m........... a cents
New York Mercury v-..---.' "SR
New York Weekly ....-.......i J n-
Harper's Weekly ,.....-. e J
Frank Leslie ?u
Now York Clipper "Ex
porter's spirit n
Police Gazette '
Flag or Our Union ............................ 4 cents.
Huturdsy Evening Post......... 4 cents.
New York Picnyuno ,.........-...."M. conts.
New York Waverly ....... 4 cents;
Warerly Magazine 6 oen .
Liuo-of-Battle-Ship 4 cents,
Solentlfic Americau 4 Cenuj.
Scientific Artisan . 4 cents.
Banner of Light...... 4 cents.
Scottish American Journal - cents.
Boston Pilot ....................... 5 cents.
Irish Now - cents.
Life Illustrated 4 cento.
Homo Journal ...m....-........... 4 cento.
Weekly Novelette 4 cenis.
Independent, t 4 cents.
Century ,. J cents.
Agitator. on'-
Boston Investigator 4 cents.
Ballou's Pictorial cents.
Now York Weekly Herald.;; cents.
New York Weekly Tribune....- 4 cents.
Now York Weekly Times 4 cents.
Leslie's German Paper1.....".. ., cents.
True Flag.........:...;....;.; 4 eenls.
ConHtellmlon - S cents,
'li6iv York Dispatch.M..H.i......M ,i.r,M..t.. ......... 4 ceuts.
it'. '' '' 1 ' .'. .'..: : 'ir ,'(((.'''"
MONTHLIES, See. '
,,.;,... 1- . ; ' . . I' 11
' 1 .' f '
Tlarper's Magazine ....................,20 cents.
Gotley's Lady's Book...,, m..m..2U cents.
Atlantis Magazine. .W cents.
Leallo's Mitgazine M cents.
Knickerbocker Magazine. 20 cents.
Great Beptiblic Monthly 20 cents.
All Year Hound 20 cents.
Waverly Magazine (monthly parts) 20 cents.
IVteiHun's Magazine 18 cents.
Arthur's Home Magazine,..... 18 cents.
Ladies' American Mugazine.... 18 cents.
Itoraancbu ..., ... mM......Wm..m.i..9.18 cents.
Novelette (.monthly parts) 16 bents.
Yankee Notions.... .10 cent.
Mck-Nax 10 cents.
Comic Bouquet .......,m....m.........mmim.,........10 cents.
Pickles 10 cents.
Budget of Fun 6 cents.
Ballou's Monthly 1.. 1 ; 10 cents.
Phrenological Journal 6 cents.
Water Cure-Journal 6 cents.
1 Hunt's Merchants Magajme.i.. ; .46 cents.
Eclectic Magazine .'ai cents.
Edinburgh itevicw ,v 60 cents.
Westminster Beview-.,.'..., ..i..,.M.,......M cents.
orth British Betiow .10 cents.
London Quarterly Koview 60 cents.
i v . : i 1) 1
If you want anything In the Periodical line, frou
had better call on . 1 , ,
EDWARD I. MURRAY, 1
' . MO. 218 FIFTH-STREKT,,1 '
Between Elm and Plum,
' aul6-TuThS-am' I Cincinnati, O.
MERCHANTS, ATTENTION!
WV ARE NOW PREpXbT(PD0(
on the shortest notice, and in the latest and
moat fashionable style, all kinds of
J o"b Printing,
SUCH AS
. ' . 'i 'i :. w 'i
BILLS OF LADING; BILLS OF FABE;
J3BAY TICKETS; 1 , 1ETTEB HEADS',
At'CTlON BILLS; :; MORTGAGES; t
CHECKS; '. "1 OIBCULAM; '
BONDS'; - vt W.-l'llk COtPOBBj'A'T
DEEDS; - POLICIES;
PBOOBAMMES; r , ' . , POSTEBS;
EAILEOAD
-AND-"'
STEAMBOAT WORK,"
IN FINB mt AT HODRBATI PBICIS.
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL
: jy2i 1
;:.-v .;'.:vTa
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK. ,
''' ! :!. t . ! -r-,: IT . I.
INCREASED EXCITEMENT.
HUME'S
WiTHINGTON BEER.
.'.i I '- . ,.; ,t i i . i :
THIS CELEBEATED BEER,' INTEO
DUCEII by tho undersigned, a few months
since, for the first time In this city, is rapidly super
ceding in uso all others. Its popularity Is eimal to
Musty Ale, which can only be procured genuine at
the Musty Ale Cottage, Ko. 104 Maiu-street, betvseea
Third and Jb'ourlh-atreota, . . ,, ,, "
Hume's Ladies' Ale,""
Superior to any in use, either domestio.or imported,
for ladios who are purging, and their babea The
properties of this Ale are highly tonic and invigora
ting, aud Is particularly recommended. by tho f.
Ult' THE MANY IMITATORS (
Of IIUME'8 MUSTY ALE, have,' 6ne by bde, closed
their doors, or had them closed by the Sheriff, and
the undersigned will give Eifty Dollars bonus, to any
individual who will produce a single glaasof Musty
Ale, Wit hlngton Beer, or Hume's Ladles' Ale, at any
otherestnhlishment then the Sillily AleCottsce..
Sly stock ot tho originnl and only genuine Musty,
Cbunipaitrnc. Litter Old Anther, ana other choice
brands of Ales,' and also Porter and Brown Btoitt,
comprising iu all uboilt RV.V'KN HUNDRED BAB
BEJ.S, is unequalediu the Union. . ,
auu-tf " "..': J. B.'nrort.
GLASGOW AND NEW YORK' .
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
' ' ' t I Mill -t
STEAM TO 6t ASOOW, lIVBEPOOt;, BELTAST,
, ' : . DUDLIS ABB LONDOHDEBBt :
' FOB 930.:. . 1 1 . i ,
.. !'i fi I B
Tton mwfou. J
Glnsnow, Thomson, Wednesday, Aug. U, at 13 nocn
Ediubiirah, Ouoiroing. .Wednesday, June 1, " ,.
Olrunaow, Thomson , . " ,, July 6, .,,
KdlnburU,Cummlug " July, " ,
-- :' ; iBoa suaaov, . ' i
Kdlnhnrah. Onmmin...8aturi1ay, May T. ';
(J luow, Thomson. ..Veiiucaday, July 27. "
Kdinburnh, Ournming.. rt". ii i; July 8, ty
- Bates of Passage from iimr York1, Philadelehla or
Boston, to. Glasgow. Liverpool, Belfast Dnblin or
Londonderry, first elass, $17 S, Bteerane, found with
ao abundance Of properly-cooked provisions, 830.
An experienced Surgeon attached to eaoh steamer.
No charge for medicines,, ' ) ,., ,; .,,
For freight or Passage, apply to
ap27 i BOBEBT CBAIO, 17 Broadway.
": REMOVAL.'
, E. MENDENHALLVr
Map, Book anil Print-Heller nnd HtntlonCr,
lias removed his businesa to the more, spacious
and convenient premises, ' '
. . ..10. 10 WEST FIFTH-STREET,
'!., (North side, near Maln-streetf?
where ha wilt be pleased to see bis old friends and
cutonwrs. aul7
. j ; . tr . , , i i i i
DRS: B:EHMAN iW. Ct LEECJI.
HO(EOrATJIISTSv3
OFFICE NO. 40 BITXMTH BTBtlST,
O fflco hours rtni A ' I . A.M., 1 1 3, and 7 to 9, F. 11,
jy?9 cm f . .
Sale ibr Storage,' eftc. '
TpTICEig HEREBY GIVEN TO WHOM
X1! it may concern-That a Bex containing mis
cellaneous Books, marked 1 B. Bancroft. New Mad
rid, ato., now in possession' of the subsoiibsrs. will
be sold at Auction, to nay a portion of the purchase
money, storage and other charges, if sot. redeemed
wlthia thirty day from this date J Tn!
I A. JtcARTBTJR A gOK,
auWtaw -.-t Mo.l6Vlnestro;t,
' ' "'W r Tr "iilim r , fine He i
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