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PORTERS OP ANDDEALTIIW IN
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West Four Hi street,
Pike's Opera - ifouse Building.
THE PBES,
Printed by " Caloric. "
TBRM81
Per WcekYpeytbls to the carrier,.........
Per Annum, sent by mnil.......... ..
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....$4 do
omen no. 14 wist vourtu street.
C I N C I N nTtTT
MONDAY..
..AUGUST 49
The Canada—The America—The Africa.
- These continents art reverting plaoos. .. Tho
steamer America shot in, "Young America"
like, and took tie plaoe of the Canaifa. ' The
Africa it now nine days out, baring left Liver
pool on the 20th inst The Canada is assigned
to the. 24th of next month to leave for this
, oountrv. " ,
Resignation of Charles Moran.
-The distinguished Financier, Chas. Mobak,
who, for nearly two yean has been President
of the New York and Erie Railroad, at a
alary of $25,000 per annum, and within the
last month at the reduced aum of $8,000, re
signed his office on Saturday last.' His rcsig
nation wai accepted.
The Good Time Coming.
The season approaohing ii to be one of unu
sual animation in businee i oiroles. Already
our city is receiving tho early tide of travel of
buyers to thia market. In New York City
, there is a flood of merohanta. The crops are
abundant, and money will be abnndant.
The Great Eastern.
The stoiinship Great Euitern will not loave
for this country until the 15th of September.
It was originally designed that, on the trial
trip, an extensive party should be passttagera,
Tho programme waa to land at Portland, visit
. the principal places of distinction in the Bast,
cross the Alleghany Mountains, examine the
.- working of the " Caloric " in the office of the
FisitT Pbfss, Mammoth Cave, Minnehaha
Falls, Niagara, and return. AVe have some
Jdea of accepting the offer of two state-rooms
on board, for the round trip, and if so, lookout
for the "items" in the Pjmkt Press.
Charles Mackay on Bostonians.
Charles Maccit gets off the following about
; the oapital of New England: - "Boston is the
great metropolis of lecturers, Unitarian preach
ers and poets. Perhaps for poets it would be
better to say rhymers or versiQers, and I make
the correction accordingly. The finest ohurches
in the city with the tallest and handsomest
spires, and the most imposing fronts and por
tiooei, belong to the Unitarians. Lecturers
. have been so richly endowed by the Lowell be
quest, that the Bostonians, over-be-Iectured,
often experience a feeling of nasaea at the very
suggestion of a lecture, or worse still, of a scries
of them. In walking along Washington
street and meeting a gentlemanly-looking per
son, with a deoent ooat and a clean shirt, the
' traveler may safely put him down as either a
lecturer, a Unitarian minister or a poet; possl
bly, the man may be, Cerberus-like, all three
at once. In Boston the omit lies upon every
reipeotable person to prove that ho has not
' written a sonnet, preached a sermon, or deliv
ered a lecture; and few thero are above tho
station of the lowest kind of handicraftmen
who oould lay their hands upon tbeir hearts
- i and plead not guilty to one or tho other of
tiese charges."
Charles Mackay on Bostonians. The Magnetical Phemonenon Last--
Night's Aurora Borealis.
V
- ' The Indian's exclamation on observing the
Aurora Borealis was, "The spirits of his
fathers were roaming through the land of
souls." The Sabbath eve of yesterday was
'gorgeous with the glow of eleotrio fires. Heavy
rains had fallen on Saturday, and the atmos-
phero was dense with moisture during yesterday.-
Soon after sanset, observation was mado
,of a dense black cloud overloading the
heavens, which, giving way rapidly from the
East, the stars appeared in a pure blue arch;
then the whole West was suffused with Hght,
v equsHn brilliance to that of the moon, but no
moon was risible. .,
Flickering and fantastic eorrascations en
sued; penciling! of rays ihot np to the zenith
' ' with amazing velooity, ohanging from one
,1 quarter of the heavens to the other. Again the
j. shower of fire would shoot out, thin as a gaute
n no juou-uu.ujoit nun unging me sky with
their magic splendor. The "merry dancers"
caused an unwonted excitement among gazers,
and all sorts of speculation was made of what
"7; these cetestian wonders mean. Somtlook for
hooting stars to fall ; the Ignorant and super
stioious regard the phenomenon as a harbinger
, of evil.
' i 'Scientific authority fails lo fully account
for the display. One or the first conjectures
- ; ; op record attributes to inflammable vapors
i ascending from the earth into the polar ot
' "rni6sphere Md there ignited by electricity.
, pr, Hallm was of opinion that the poles
the earth were in some way connected with
the Aurora; thatthe earth was hollow, having
within it a magnetic sphere, and that the
..' : magnetic effluvia, in passing from the north
. to e south, might become visible, in the
northern hemisphere. : ' .
A steel-grey luster or phosphorescent light,
;, ' about midnight radiating from ths north, was
': the last appearance observed by us of this
belestlnl wonder. ; ' ' '' i.
The wires, some eight years ago, were ef
'?.V; footed by a similar phenomena, and telegraph
operations lad to he suspended, as in the case
of lightning. All the Eastern lines, as thoae
centering in this oity, were thus effected last
night, whloh accounts for the meagre, Ule
graphlo dispatches this morning.
Editorial and Selected Melange.
The foreign news by the America and City
of Wathington has been held back an unrea
sonable length of time by tho Hova Scotia
telegraph lino. V ' ' - ,
"Flora Temple" has again carried off the purse
in three straight heats over "Princess" Time:
2:30 , 2:38 and 2:34; plaoe the race tract,
Saratoga, New York. An attempt will be
Eiade to have the-rioter at the Dayton horse
show'. ' .'..
Exports say 'that the organ whiobV accompa
nies church-singing should be even with tho
pews, and in front of the audience.
The America soiled in place of the CWifn.
i The Parodi Opera Troupo appear to-night in
Norma, at Pike's Opera-llouae.
' Tho Cleveland Railroad Convention has ter
minated. They endeavored to so regulate
freights that Western railroads should take
proper pro rata of through prices, with eastern
lines, making a proper allowance to the canal
and lake companies, who oan afford to carry
cheaper than railroads. An attempt is being
made to keep up pricoa, but the certainty and
frequency of railroad conventions is proverbial,
and the uncertainty of their plans is equally
well known. '
The Horse Fair at Dayton oommonccs this
day week.
Mrs. Vorian Jninoe will give another con
cert in this city thii week.
The American Ex-Prosidont Pierce and wife
roturned to America in the America. ,
The National Thente roopens this evening,
with Miss.E. Mitchell as "Julia," in llunthbtick.
General William Walker once tho fillibus-
ter, now the flill-busted passed through this
oity Saturday, going South.
This i vl last week of the fashionable sea
son at the Ohio White Sulphur Springs, near
Delaware, Ohio. '
0. Phelps, of Vornon, has succeeded U. D.
Uenkle, resigned, as editor of the Indiana
Journal of Education. The latter comes to
Lebanon, Ohio, to teach in Ilolbrook's Normal
School. . ' r '
Railroads in Iowa.
The railroads in Iowa, with the distances
completed, are thus given by the Dubuque
Herald;
Keokuk and Fort Deamolns.,...
Kooktikand Mount Pleasant...
Darlington and Missouri......
Muscatino and Oskaloosa...,..,..,
Muscatine and Tipton
MlRgissieuinnd Missouri ,
utiles 43
....... do :m
do c5
do 40
....... do 13
do flo
, do PC
do 42
do 35
Chicago, lown and Nebraska...
Duoaqno and Jf acme ...
Dubuque Western
Total . 412
The Herald adds that the majority of these
roads are graded much further than completed,
and it is probable that a year from now the
entire length of roads computed Will be quite
doubled.
Later from Africa.
Advices from Sierra Leone to tho 21 at of J une,
state that tho yollow fever and small-pox havo
been raging there most fearfully, and havo
carried off nearly all the European population,
besides hundreds of tbeblaoks.
Mr. Oldueld, well-known in Liberia, senior
partner of the house of OldGeld, Evans & Co.,
of Frcotown, died on the 23d ultimo.
William J. Smith, the supercargo of the
schooner Exchange, of Baltimore, had furnished
the Liberia llerutd with the following:
llerBritoonio Majesty's brig Heron waa cap
sized in a tornado on the 13th of May, about
two hundred miles from Sierra Leone. Tho
only survivors were the captain and twenty
soaman, out of tbo whole ship's crew. A bark
of about four hundred tunB was carried into
Sierra Leono, May 4, haviug been captured
by the Heron in about one degree north lati
tude, having neither papers nor colors. She
was takon about tho 13th of April. Out of the
twonty souls saved from the Heron, it is sup
posed four were a part of the slaver's orew.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
[NOTE.—The America sailed from Liverpool in
place of Canada, on the 13th inst.]
Five Days Later from Europe.
The City of Washington at Cape Race.
of
Nkw York, August 27. Tho aorow steam
ship City of lVAiit7oti, from Liverpool on tbo
17th inst., and Cork on tho 18th, was boarded
by the news-boat of tho Associated Press oil
Cape Race, at half-past two o'cleck, on Thurs
day afternoon.'
Her news had not reached Sackville at eight
o'clock last evening, and the proscription is
that tho report is withhold, as usual, by the
Nova Sootia Tclograph Company; but as the
Newfoundland Conipauy is about to disconnect
their cable from tho Nova Scotia shore and
carry it over to Princa Edward's Island, as
originally intended, thus passing around and
avoiding Nova Scotta, the public may reason
ably hope to be relievod at an early day from
the outrageous oonduot of the Nora Scotia telegraphers.
The America was boarded off Cape Raco on
Weducsday by the nows-boat, and her news
was immediately forwarded to Port Hood, and
there handed over to the Nova Scotia line, and
which would have been forwardod to New York
in ample time for publication In Thursday
morning's journals if tho Nova Scotia Company
had done its duty; but such a course would
have deprived the telegraph managers of the
opportunity of favoring the news speculators'
report of the America's nows, the important in
telligence was allowed to rest at Port Hood
until after the America had arrived at Halifax,
and her news had boen dispatched to Sackville
by express.
The screw steamship Citi of MaucJicidcr,
which loft New York for Livorpool on Sat
urday, was Doaraeu by uio agent ot tho Asso
ciated Press off Capo Race, at half-past four
ociock yesterday aiicrnoou, auu Uaptain
Kennedy was bountifully supplied with tho
English papers received from Captain Tetrie.
of the tVy of Wmhitinton, which arrived tho
day previous, as well us with the latest
American advices.
Sackvillk, August 20, P. M. The Nova
Scotia line has cloned beyond Sackvillo with
out delivering the five days Inter European
news dispatched for tlie Associated Press,
which is known to be upon the line.
. Saciviu.k, August 27, A. M. Tho blue
noses of the Nova Scotia lino etill withhold
our important news by tho City uf HWu'ny(on,
anil as they may attempt somo fraud
the public by using what does not belong
them, tho commercial public should bo on
their guard. As soon us wo rccoivo authen
tic intelligence it will bo made known.
The Aetna's Passage.
New York, August 27. The steamship JZtnn
made an excellent run from Liverpool to Bos
ton, having beaten the America iuto the lattor
port about thirty hours, although she left Liv
erpool twelve hours later than the America. '
It was erroneously stated yesterday that the
jEtna brought no flies of Europoan papors from
the Liverpool Agent of tho Associated Press.
Papers were reosivod through tbe Postollice,
their delivery hero haviug been delayed about
fifteen hours, by tie Purser of the .Ikuu neglect
ing to deliver tbe bag to the Iioston Agent,
whom it was addrossod.
Arrival of Ex-President Pierce.
Boston, August 27. Ux-Prcsldent Piorcs
and wife are among the passengers of the
America,
Sunday Evening Dispatches.
ADDITIONAL NEWS BY THE CITY
OF WASHINGTON.
: Nmr Yornt, Aug. 28-We have received the
following additional news by the Ctyy ofWak
inyton, which was intercepted on Thursday
last off Cape Race.
$The departure of the steamship Great Eatl
era has been postponed till the 15th of Sep
tember. The Duke of Tu.'cany had arrived at Paris
and received a friendly reception from the
EnipeTor.
All the warnings to the French newspapers
have boon withdrawn., "i
A great fire bad oocurred at Liverpool, de
stroying a large quantity of cotton and grain.
The City of Waeh'wjton brings four btndrod
passengers. Sho passed the steamer Cirxanlan
on Wednesday. ; " ;
Livsrvool, Aug. 18. The salos of. Cotton
to-day are estimated at 6,000 bales. Dread
stuffs are dull and slow of sale, but prices are
uncbsnged. Provisions dull; . sales unim
portant. LojtDOif, Aug. 18. Consols closed at 95J.
' '
New York Financial Matters.
Kkw York, August 28. The weok closed on a
much higherStock market, with evidences of in
creasing speculative spirit in the railroad shares,
in which the transactions are on a large scale.
It is worthy of special note that the buoyancy
shows itself quite as strongly in . doubtful
values as in those having in trlnalcworth. The
rise is grcatost in Pacific Mail, Galena, Rock
Island, Toledo and Michigan Central. The
first is 3 per cent, above the quotations of Fri
day noon. The rost 1 per cent Hudson,
Harlem preferred, Eccdinar, Michigan, Southorn
guaranteed, and Panama, are each per cent,
better. , The bank shares were in rather better
demand, and most descriptions are quoted
higher. There was no particular ehange in
the State stocks and railroad bonds. Of the
former, Virginia Sixes fell i.
The Money market, during the week, has
ruled very uniform, and tho supply of capital
seeking temporary employment has beon on
the increase, and the call rato is per
cent, chiefly at the outside figure, but discounts
have not undergone a similar change; the best
CO and 60 days paper not being negotiable
nnder f per ont. The assortment of long pa
per in the markot has much improved during
the week., Unmistakable evidence of lnoreaied
activity in oommeroial circles appears on all
sides, and the tone of the produce market has
improved during the week.
ixchasge on London closed dull and easier,
leading drawers accepting 109. The princi
ple business for this mail has been in francs at
al2 at sight for round sums. Tho export of
bullion on Saturday includes nearly $600,000
in silver, Which is becoming every year a more
general articlo of merchandise. The City of
Baltimore took out upward of $500,000 speoie,
and the IWcroiff nearly $900,000. The
weekly bank statement is expected to show
about the same as last week on the speoie aver
age. The loons have been increased probably
$500,000. '
Mr. Charles Moran has resigned the Presi
dency of the Erie Railroad. His resignation
was auceptcd by the Board on Saturday.
Since the first board, stocks were excited,
with a larsro business at constantly improv
ing prices. New York Central sold freely,
closing nt U(hU; Rock Island at 65
(16; Galena 6tt, and Toledo 24. Sales of 1,000
shares Central: 300 Galena; 1,350 Toledo and
Hock Island were mado. The rapid rise has
been too much for the bears and more failures
have occurred; nor- do tho bears appear to
havo much courage left. : Tho oity is crowded
with strangers, and, Binco the Crystal Palace
year, was never so full. The hotels are full to
overtlowine. and the most uncomfortable
lodgings which landlords can oiler are at a
premium. Nino-tunlhs of all tho strangers
are from the North and South, showing; that
trade lrom tiiose sections win Da larger man
Has Doon expectoci.
River News.
Pittsiivro, August 27 M. River two feet
at Glass-house, and stationary. ' Weather
cloudy.
Louisvillb, August 27 P. M. Itivor fall
ing, with four feet scant in tho Canal. Inter
mittent showers all day. Now raining, with
prospects of a wet night.
PiTTBiiuiu, Auguat 28 P. M River 23
inches, and about stationary. Weather clear
and cold.
Louisvillh, August 28 r. M. River fall
ing, with 3 fact 10 inches in tho canal.
Democratic Nominations.
Dvttok, August 27. The Demooratio Con
vention of Montgomery County to-day nom
inated Adam Clay and Henderson Elliott for
Ropresentativo)"; Benjamin M. Ayres for Treas
urer; Thomas P. Thresher for Prosecuting At
torney; Jacob Rigler lor Coroner; Z.' Catrow
for Infirmary Director and R. Chambers for
Commissioner. '
Resolutions were passed indorsing the Cin
cinnati Platform and tbe Columbus Platform of
1851), in favor of an usury law. '
From Washington.
Washisuton, August 27. The New Orleans
papers of Sunday Inst havo been received by
mail. ','
l!y a now regulation, to go into effect on
the 1st of September, all freo persons of color
arriving thero nmit immediately be lodged in
jail, ami remain until the departure of the
boat or vessel on which they arrive.
The America at Boston.
Boston, August 27. Tlicstoamship America,
from Liverpool, via Halifax, arrived here last
night. Her mails were dispatched by the
morning train, and will be due in Phila
delphia to-night.
Advises by the steamer Aetna state that the
A frU u arrived at Liverpool on Saturday even
ing, the l:i tli instant.
Outward Bound.
New York, August 27 Tho Cit; of Haiti
more sailed to-day with $500,000 in speoie,
Liverpool.
JIostbkal, August 27. The North Amorica
sailed for Liverpool this morning.
Arrival of the Moses Taylor.
New Yokk,, August 2. Tho steamship
ifof Taylor lias , arrived, from Aspinwall,
bringing 2,12G,G00 in gold and the California
mails of tho loth instant. Her advices from
California have boen anticipated via New
Orlenns.
Personal.
Savannah, Oa., August 27. Louis llarne,
tho Trench Consul at this port, died to-day
old age. lie was an old rosidont of this city,
and bat occupied the post of Consul for the
last twenty-two years. ' ,
Robbery.
n
to
Alexandria, Va., August 27. The store
Berjjuinin l.'arton, in this oity, was robbed
night vf watches, jewelry, See., estimated
$7,500. An entrnnee was effected from an ad
joining unoccupied building. -
i
Abandoned at Sea.
'
. Nw. York,' August 27. The seho'oner
Beauty, of Philadolpliia,frnuj Alexandria, bound
to Providonoe, was abandoned on the 25th
in a sinking oondltion. Her erow
arrived here. .
Later from Venezuela.
to
New York, August 27 An arrival at
port furnishes .lutor advices fnom Venezuela.
The Liberais bad taken Leguyra, without op
position, the uioraicg of tbe 1st of August.
The Turf.
Albawy, August 27. "Flora Temple"
"rrirjcoss" on the earatoga Uourse, tb-day,
three straight beats. . Time 2:0 2:38
2:3i, 1 '
Nonarrival of the Indian.
FASiaaa Poikt, August 2711 A. M. There
are as yot no signs of the steamship Indian,
now fully due, with Liverpool advices to the
17th Instant, four days later. '
DIED.
Of consnmptioo, Friday mornlns, at the residence
of her uton-fathnr. Jit. James Oury. BUBT Jams
WK1U, aged 17 years.
Drowned, on the sr.th Inst., In the Ohll Hirer, near
thin city, Ws. McLe.au, eldest son
of John D. and
Murj
Minor, sund 14 ynars and 9 nionths.
Further notice of funeral service will ba given
Friday
. . . i ,m ViBui. nuinM ri.,ialitrnf
Tho. and Margaret B. Fox, aged 4 years and :i months.
On llio 23th lnt., at tho residence of her grnml
rnothcr, No. .102 Fifth-street, OtnclnneH, of whooping
coush, Mabv Fbam'IS C'onbaiU), Bd I yanranilaJ
days, nly child of of Joseph T. and Kate Coururd, of
Newport, Ky. .
On Friday, Anffust Mli.nf Rcerlet Few, RoJ!aT
8ri!Ni'r.n, younfroat child of Mrs. Jns. Decmnp, agnd 1
year and 4 months,
Augu.t it. at the rpltlenc of his slslor, of cunsnni ra
tion, Jona Conrad Kbeks, aed Jl years.
Dixon's : Blacklerry Carminative,
" a Bar's, bast XNh srpscTCAL cubs, roa 1 '
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flnx, Ac.
Mr Twenty-fivo cents psr bottleSH '"
OKO. JI. l)IXON,:i)rugglst,
auM-cm Corner of Fifth and Main-streets.
Ki'ITOME-iAUCTION HALES.
H.8. Mn.4 Co., Tuesday mOrnlre, August 30, at
nine o'clock, Grooericatc. Sceudv. ., , . :
II. 8. MiiirSOo., Thursday mornlni, Septsniber 1,
amine o'clock, Merchant Tailors' Goodi. See adv.
TnoiA 3 on rstom Tuesday morning,' August SO, 9H
o'clock, Pry Goods, Ac. See adv.
Thomas JounsTON-Tfleiidy .morning, Soptcmlier 6,
Dry (iouds, Boots, Hlioes, 4c. adv.
KtiLOoo WiiUAMS-Tuosday morning, AtffURt
SO, iio'clotk, Furniture, Carpets, Cutlery, 4c. eo
ndv. : '
SPECIAL NOTICES.
IltSlWBSS MEN'S PRAYER
MEBTINGS are neld Stery morning In the
baaeinentof the First CUnreh.
All are iDvinra. jn
LEONARD SWARTZ WILL,
Iia i-nTidldnte for Countv Commlasloner of
iniuilion County at the ensuing October election.
aulO-tf . '
CINCINNATI INDEPEND-
KNT Highland Guards. Attontlonl-Com-
Piiuy ordors hy Cuptnln J. H. Patrick! The Company
will asseinblo at National Ballj In fatigue dross fdr
drill, this. MONDAY. EVENING. First pljo at
8 o'clock procisoly. U. h. KItPATBICK.
ALJj THE NOVELTIES. Fine
French Felt and other Undress Ilats, to-
gothor with an endless variety of Caps, at
DODD'8 HAT STORK,
au27-bt 141 Main, East sido, below Fourth.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
for
of
of
last
at
i
has
this
and
Havana Cigars.
HAVE JDST RECEIVED A LOT
' w T of the genuine ".Star" brand, at present a
SUIRE, KOKSTEIN CO.,
an2Q-fl Opposite the Poatoltice,
Aromatic Tincture of Myrrh,
K10R CLEANSING THE TEETH,
JS.' hardening the Gums, and imparting a delight
ful perfnme to the lirouth. Persons using tobacco
ill find it almost lndlsix'nsable. Prepared
rx naablo. PrcDsrcd and lor
sale by
8UIRB, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
Opposite the Postufllce.
an2V-o
Sellers' Cougb Sirup.
rtPl GROSS SELLERS' COUGH SIRUP,
jau receiveu anu ror sale by
8UIBB, KCKSTKIN 4 CO.,
Biiai-o Opposlta the roatolMce.
White Castile Soap.
QCt BXS. OLD AND GENUINE WHITE
fJtW CastUo Soap, received and for sale by
8U1RE, KCK8TEIN 4 CO., .
auW-o Oppoaitethe Postofflce.
Buckeye Pile Ointment
m.IITS OINTMENT MAY BE
CONFI-
X DENTLY relied on fortho rtire of Piles in all
their' various form. Prepared and lor siii i ty
FWpWcd and for sale by
all2(.o i Oppoalto tbe Postnffico.
UCTIOM SAJLBV-By
KELLOGG fc
wtr.T.TAMS. Matft.rnnms 22 and 24 Kast Third-
strwit. Furniture, (Jarpsta, Ctltlery, ftc, at Auction,
on TUESDAY MORNING, August SO, at M o'clock,
good stocK ot rsnor, vbbiiiuvi, iH '
Furniture a general variety.
ALSO-10 pieces Brussels Carpets; 20piecIngralu
aTso-A general assortment of Jno Table 'tlcr.r,
Fan-yog ., to. - -jffigga.
AUCTION 8A1E.-BY H. S. MIl
& CO., No. 33 Maln-etroet Groceries, Bonrlion
Budjtyii Whisky, at Auction. We win soil on TUES
DAY MURNltiOt Atlsdst 30, nt 9 o'clock, genial
variety of Groceries. -
ALHO For account of whom it may concert: 12
brls. old Bourbon Whisky; W brla. old Bye Whisky.
au29 H. 8. MItiK8 ijt-.idincers
AUCTION SALE.-BY H. S. MILES
4 CO., No. 3!t Maln-atroet Hensonablo Staple
and Merchant Tailors' Ouodsat Anetlon, for Cash.
Wu will sell on TlUJilBUA MOBI4INQ, September
1, at 'J o'clock, Clolhs, Ciasiniorxs, Natiiictc, Tweeds,
Jeans, Fnrmura' Satins, Silk and Hatiu Vi'BtiliBS,
hilecius, Cunvass, Pilot and liuaver Clutlis, bilk
Twist ,tc '
ALt!o-'(Ingham, LnstorK, Prints, Irish Linens,
Linen Talile Cloths, sopor Linen Handkerchiefs,
Kibbiins, Satins, Olovrs, Cobiirgs, ftc. a2'j
AUCTION SAIiJE. BY THOMAS
JOHNSTON, In Sales-rooms, No. A Main-stroot.
next to the Trust Company Hank, i.nrw stnek nt
IIBlf COODS nt aiutioii. TUESDAY MORNING,
August W, at (l'40'clock, will bo sold, without nwrvo,
idiots of fresh imported If all and WlntirDry (ioods,
aniotiR which aro luuny dcnirablo Coods.
ALSO Largo luvnico of Clothicia' and Tailors
Goods, such as extra fine Broadcloths, Cassimores,
Satinets, tine black Satin Vestings, Overcoatings,
Liniugn, extra fine Mobuir Lusters, Trimming!!, A;c.
au29 TUOMAB JOHNSTON. AucHoiieer.
AUCTION SALE. BY THOS. JOHN
STON, in Sale-rooms No. 01 Main street, (next
to the Trust Company Bank.) Last large ponitivo
fall sale of Foreiea and Domestic Dry Good. Boots,
Sbnes, Hats, Caps, Ac, at Auction. TUESDAY
MOBNINU, September 6, at 'J.'-i o'clock, will be sold,
in catalog" form, without any reserve, 4M packnaes
nnd lot of freyh-im ported iioroign and Domestic
Dry Goods, comprising a general iiESorlioctit of very
desirable (UmU for city and country snbs.
ALSO WEDNESDAY MORNING, September 7, In
third loft, ensea, cumprisiug tho best Block of
Hen's, Boys' nnd Youths' JBrogans; Women's, Blinsce'
and Cnilnren's Shoes, Congress Gaiters and Oxford
Ties; Ladies' Gaiters and Hiippcrs; Men's, Boys' and
Yoatlis' fine Boots. Overshoes, Ac, wo have ever of
fvrod at auction; tbe groator portion of the stock
being well adapted for ihe boat city retail trade, and
orery case to be sold without reserve.
au2D , THOMAS JOHNSTON, Auctiimeer.
THOS. W. PAKRIN & CO.,
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LUMBER DEALERS.
YARD ON FREEMAN-ST., NEXT TO
Cincinnati, Usmllton and Dayton Railroad.
We wonld call tbe intention of purchasers of Lumbar
to tbe loliowtng mil or rnuee:
Cash. 4M(iii'i.
Clear,
3 in. Plank, per M feet..
..$112 00 8120
70 Ul SO
'1
1 in
" " S7 00 CO
" " 47 IS) .w
a. Board, " 37 fn 40
.i " " 2XIMI Will
1st. Com., tin. riauk, " n.' oo mm
2 " " a? no on
' Hi ' ' " 42 .'ill 45
' IX " " 3ft (( 37
" , . 1 in. Board, " ...... 1 74 M
- " 'A, " " 20 00 21
2d Com.,. 2 " . ' 33 410 Mas
' I,4J ' . 24 AO as
. " 1 1( CO 17
)4' ." " 14 III) If,
GrnbPTk.2 " ' 22 60 23
SdOom., I " . " 11 60 12
W bite-pine Fencing Eds, " .12 10 WOO
HcnilocU " " " , ) 12
. " JoisttScantl'g.lcft.andlcss'i 11 so vi:0
.'..." ,. " . liandiuft.,.. u no is
Poplar . 'I,, "',. , . 4 oil
Pilio "-' ' 1 ... 16 30 17
Oak 1 ' " ' ; ... 1" otl 17
lit Oom. W hlte-plne Flooring Boards, :ii on 37
2d Com. ' " ' 2.1.75 lift
3d Com. " ' " " ' la 75 20(10
Yellow-pine Flooring Boards 24 no ..,30
" clear for steps 87 60 - 40
1st Com. White-pin Weathor Boards, 16 00 ' 17
2d Com. ' " ' " ' " 12 00 ISO
1st Com. Partition Boards . 87 00 40
2d Cora. " . WW) 27
For Dressed T.unilnr, 91 60 tor one
side, end ,1 for two sides extra will
bechisrgod. ,
No, 1 Shaved Shingle
No. 1 Sawod ,r
Inferior iitialities In proportion.
Cellar Fencing fusts, 4 by 4 in. each...
" '" Itougli
V,,vi,.l '
4 2.-.
4 1X1-
fA
' SO
4
4
211
On billsoftxO'or over afurtlier reduction of 2ij
r.nl. -U mu(k. '
. At tftese prices we have two ot three million feet
goio roasonea ijuinoor loresie.
Parties wishing to purohas Lumber will do well
give us a oalL , . , THOMAS W. FARRIN A OO.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
011
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60
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00
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60
60
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80
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per
of
to
THREE-FOURTHS
. ' , , or iue" "' -
PROHTS OP THE BUSINESS
; DIVlDEt AKNTJA1.LT
POLICY-HOLDERS.
18 WALL 8TBKET, NKW TORE, : .
CASH CAPITAl ...30O,O00 AO
ASSETS, July 1, 1859 905,681 S4
LIABILITIES............-.... .;; ....-. 16,514 37
rsrilfi! ATTENTION OF THE COMMU-
X NITY It respectfully railed k the' following
features in connection with thia company:
FiBHT-By Insuring In this Company, the advant
.....r.Mnin.i Tiiutirum'A flonionnr aro obtained.
with the addition aUdTantngoaflordod In the security
given hy an ample and reliable Cniih tapitnl-afea-fure
nutpresciiteiUiyorclliiiiry MutualFire Insurauco
Companies. 1 no iiitiuouuo w uupwure, a,
CUfert, lire as follows:
First intletm ti Vllcy-Holders, 1MT, XIX per cent.
Second d, do. do. 1-5S, 5JI
Third do. ' iro. ' do. - 1850, 0O "
8EcoNn-Tho security given, which is already large.
will constantly increase with each ysnr ol succeasim
operations. This is exhibited clesrly in tlie follow.
Ing statement, showing the position ol tbo Company
in each venr since the new systom waa adopted.
tnu lav,. Wnt Aaiinta of tho ComDany.......8OT,8M 4'
' W. " " " 649,7I St
i iSu!' r,. A.l.. ' W1.6H184
' " Liabilities.. 16,fl 3T
fTrt.nn ri,A inanrnif Inr.nr no liability whatever.
while obtaining these advantages of perloT security
and cheapness. OEO. J. HOrli, Prcaldent. ,
H. H. LaupoBT, secretary. .
Cvaos Pick, Assistant Secretary.
SAM't E. MACK & Co., Ag-ents,
' 33 vVest Third-street, Cincinnati.
auay-aml ' '
THE SHIPPERS' GUIDE,
18 FOB BALI AT ' : '
. EOBT. CLAKKE & CO.'S,
No. 55 West Fpurth-st.
aiiao-o t :
JOHX B. MOaTOS. I ' CALVIH w. thumab
J. R. MORTON 8l CO.
BANKERS,' 1
No.39 WEST TniRD-liIRBETi
i CINCINNATI, OHIO, '
. n . . 1 nHu
Dealers in lixcnntigr, nnni smcs v1
Panicnlar attention paid to Collections, awl returns
promptly made. .auWl.
MRS. J. A. ORTH,
. - LADIES' AND GENTS
FURNISHING STORE,
No. illi I'mii-street,
Between Kim and Plum, CINCINNATI.
Combs, Hair 0, rerfuniory, Fancy Boaps and No
tloni of all kinds, ' ,,, ,
N. 11. 8htrts,aud all kinds Of Furnishing floods,
made to order. auM-aiii
DR. SAM't SILSBEI3
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OP
THE SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and such Chronic complaintB as maybe
benefitted by the Hygyeuio and Atmopathlc systom
of his office. '
Vapor, Hnlphur, Iodiuo, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Russian and Elcctro-CUcinical Hatha, a Dla
pensaiyof Almliclnn, itud every munuur of Electric
and Magnetic Apparatus. ! .
NO. 67 WEST SIXTH -STREET. .
KWOIRea hours 9 A , M . to 8 P. M. BIllB-tft
New Tall Silks!
J- FALL CISO'TZES!
DRESS GOODS,
Just received by
OGLE & HOPKINS, '
i (Buccees'OnjtoOao.H. Wood.),,,, ,,
aiffl.tf Torner Fifth tufi Jjgaig!.
INCREASED EXCITEMENT
- HUME'S i '
WITHINGTON BEER.
HIII3 CELEBRATED BEER, INTRO-
l DUCEH by the underufgncd, a few; months
since, lor tho first time in this city, is rapmiy super
ending in use all otliera. Its populurlty la equal to
Jtlusty Ale, wnicn can oniy fi rai
Ibo Mihiv Ale Oottaee. No. UU Maln-strcot, betweon
Third and i'ourth-atreots.
Etumo's Ladies' Ale,
Superior to nnv In use, either domeRt Ic or imported,
for fadics who are nursing, and their babes, me
properties of this Ale ore highly toliieund iuvlgora-
lliiKfBUa U particularly lowmmeuuMt
U"7. , .
Tills iUj3 X MUiaiuao
Of HUME'S MUSTY ALE, have, one by one, closed
tbeir doors, or had thorn closeil hy I ho Sheriff, and
the undersigned will give Fifty Dollars bonus, to any
individual who will produce aeiuglo slaaaof Musty
ai. Wiiliiimton Brer, or Hume's Lad os' Ale. at any
otliorestiililisiinietit than the flinty AleCottago.
AlystocK ormo original anuoniy genuine aiusiy,
Cliampalane. Bitter Old Amber, and other choice
brands of Ales, and also Porter and Brown Stout,
comprising iu all about BEVK14 U.UKDRKD DAB-
BLB, Is uneinmicu in toe union.
aul7-tf J. B. IID.11E.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE Partnership bortofore existing between
tbo undersigned, undertbe Arm namo of BKGGS
A oHilTn, IS tnis nay aissoivou. li.it. nmn naving
purchased the entire iutereet of Jorepb P. Ili'pgn in
the saidconceru. .lOSEI'H P. BKliGS.
HAURY B. SMITH.
Notice of Copartnership.,
nnflE nnderslgned have this day formed
JL Copartnership, retaining the Ann name
Hp.ucis a HUirii, ana will continue m jinniw
BUaiNEHS, No, 6 West Fourtb-stroet, tMnclnnati.
IIAttRT It. BJtlTH,
CUAllLES O. BOKRNEB.
JACKSON BLANK.
While retiring from the late firm of Broos
8mith. and thus dissolving my bmlness relations
with that eoacorn, I still hope to rolaln an interest
in its prosperity and succons, and would cordially
recommend the new Arm to the lousideratlon and
patronage of my friends gubjbj. BKaQs
Cincinnati, Angnst lfl, 1M9. au!7bw
G-as FixtnreSs
AT REDUCED PRICES.
r ,r
mi7"B HAVE OJT HAND THE LARGEST
V v yarioty and best selected assortment of Ons
Tlxtnres in Cincinnati, consisting of all that is new
or desirable In the Oaa fixture line.
We warrant every 1'ixture we soil to be equal, both
In matnrialand Aulsb. to any that is sold In tlilso-
any other market, end in addition will guarnntr
them to retain their color and remain perfect fo'tlve
years irom tne nine xney are put up oy ns. i
r Call, see, and examine our stock, , . .
, MoHKNBY A CABSON.
Jy21-cm . 102 Main street, pear Fourth
COAL OIL! COAL OIL!!
Burning and Lubricating Oil,' '
' MANUTAOTOBID TROM ' '
OA.UVNJSJLm coal
BY TEB , . .
GREAT WESTERN COAL & OIL CO.
For sale In Quantities to snlt purchasers, and war,
ran ted equal to ouy in the market. Orders sent
the office of the Company, Newark, Ohio; or at their
Agency, No. 13 West f ront St., Cincinnati. jel
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
a
of
A
t
to
J. 0.' TOWERS & CO.,'
... i. .,.... . , . Hi'1-'
FASHIONABLE
, j I- 1 ' ' '
v ;; No. 149 Main-street, "
BELOW FOURTH. " ' '
WE HAYB A LARQB AND BLEQANT
assoitmsnt drBne SOFT HATH, embrar.
Ingallthat.is ncwanddoslrablefur gentlemen sweas.
BOYS' HATS AJi D CAPS
IN GREAT VABIITr.
OUR TALL STYLES OF
DRESS
Will be ready on SATURDAY, Beptemterl.
lau-aw ,
DR. EALING,
Physician, and Operating Sorgeon,
C AN BH CONSULTED, FOR A PHW"
DAYS ONLY, on Corns, Bunions, Diseased
Malls, and all excresencei on the FACB, HANDS
AND i'BSri the operations being performed with
out cutting, or causing any pain whatever. ,
CossuLTATioMBooMS-Plkes' Opora-house, fourth,
street-entrance by Concert Room door. ,; anifl-aw
H, KINGSBURY,
Professor of the Guitar and Flute.
. v..i1inB ami r3Antlnmn wlshlna in-
struclinn oil either of tbe above in
tniniAnr.. will rncoive nroinnt at
tention, by leaving their addreaa at i
Ilia 1W imin Utorns of V, m. O. Peters
Bona: John Church ane? W'm. M. Peters. ati24-aiQ
JOHN H. DETERS,
' FASHION ABLB
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. S3 West Fourtb-atreet,
sTBTJRPECTFULLY INVITBS THfl AT-
MM TKNTION of his mistomore and thepublio, to
hi. Ian slock of KALL BCOT8 AND SHOBa, which
ra now open for lospcvtion.
Flla work la suaorlor to
any kept in the city, and is warranted to giro tails-
taction to in wao uuy n it. ,n u., . mu.
buW
GIiASGOW AND NEW YORK
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BTJSAM TO GLASGOW, LIYBRPOOL,' BBLYA8T,
-i DUBLIN ANB LONDONDEBBI ..
TOR $30.
raoHsswioBK. t
glaacow, Thomson.WedneBday. Aug. 34, at aoon
dinburhCumuilng..Wedne8dy,Jonel, "
Rlasarow, xnomson
Kdlnbur4ih,Ouinmli)g.
i i .
July 27, 1
rsoii otAseow.
Edlnbureli, Oumming...8aturday, BIny 7.
UJusgow, Thomson...Wedaesday, July 37.
iinbnrn. dimming... - juiy..
Bates
1 of Passago from New York , Phlladelph la or
. to Glasgow, Liverpool, Belfast, Dublin or
Boston
Londonderry, first class, IS 73. Steerage, found wiia
ui.unriiincA nf nronerlv-cooksd arovisions. 830.
An experienced Burgeon, attached to eaon. steamer.
No cbargo for medicines.
JTor Ifrelglit or Passage, apply to
pff BOUKBT OitAlQ, 17 Broadway.
IMPOTENCY CURED,
AND
FULL VIGOB KESTORED,
IN FROM OKB TO THREE WEEKS,
-BY-
DE. JAMES,
-0F-
0. 9 WEST FOtltTII-STItEET,
j!
ONB DOOR BELOW
PIKE'B
OPERA-HOIJSK
DR, JAMES CURES OLD' CHRONIC,
Mercurial, Syphilitic, and all diseases of the
shin, blood and generative organs.
DISEASES PECULIAR TO FBMALE3,
Such as Amenorrhea, Dysmenorrhea, Metorrhogla,
Oholorosls, Nervons and General Dobtltty, 4c, suc
cessfully treated, -
i I ' " ' '
DR. JAMEfl' long practice iu New Orlenns, and
tho indorsement of almost the entire Southern Press,
should convince the roost skeptical nsto his pro
ficiency. Thousands, of testimonials could bo pro
duced by the Doctor, from persons whom he has
successfully treated, did not the delicacy of the sub.
jeot prevent the publication of names, '.' .
..,.'(
. DR. JAMES' Offlco Is No. 79 West Fonrth-etreet,
np stairs, one door below Pike's Opera-house, where
he can bo consulted from nine A. 111. till five P.M.
All "Professional
Interviews Confldentlnl.
LauVSJ
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
ISI I I
Important Improvement!
. WELLS' PATENT
WEIGHS ONLY OS LBBI HANOTAOTDBED,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
BENNETT & CO.,
jy?l-am' Bvoamore atreet, below Fifth.
, REMOVAL.
E. MENDENHALL,
Map, Book and Prlur.Seiler nnd Stationers
Ha removed his bualness to the more spacious
and convenient premises,
. NO. X WEST FTFTH-BTBRBT,
(North side, nesr Main-street,)
Where he will be pleased to see his old friends and
cutouisrs. auir
Sale Tor Storage, &c.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO 'WHOM
it may concern That Bex containing mis
cellaneous Books, marked J H.Bancroft, New Mad
rid, Mo., now In possession of the anbscllbers, will
be sold at Auction, to pay a portion of the purchaso
tuonoy, storage and other charges, if not redeemed
within thirty days from this date.
- . i A. UaARTBDR A BON,
auMtsw No. 1112 Vine stroet.
o
LD 1 GOVERNMENT JAVA COFPBBt
Oennlne old MOOHA of tbo very best nnnltiv
orsaloby -. . . . , J. FR01JHOM,
aiiza vomer oi mntn ana vine stroote.
TEAS BLACK AND GREEN TBAfcJ-.
Belectod particularly for family use,' pries snd
Quality. Warranted U give satisfaction, if or sols
IU UMauuut w suit purcuasers, ny
j. MtRfttranK
au2t
Corner Ninth and Vlne-streetii.
FLOURi-EXTRA WHITB. WHEAT
Flour in barrels and socks. Warranted, and
delivered to any part of tht "j'aoQg'""'1''
aa2 Cornor Ktittii ted YtntWrttts.

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