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RIMWALT & AVERY
1MP0RTBB3 OF AND.DEALERS IN
CARPETING
CO flVtil Fourth street,
Fike's Opera -House Building.
" rriatcil- by kk i'aloric. "
C()IlltESl'ONDRCK,foiitAlnliiglmiiorUutnew,
oticlted from any qtiartor of thn world. ,
T H H I S i
Per Wiwk, payihle to the carriers - 6c.
Per Annum, snut by until..... ........... ?4
OKFIClt SO. H WRST FOURTH STtlKKT.
CINCINNATI!
TinsOAV..
-..l'rsT 3(1
j7rif Wo acknowledge ourselves indebted to
the Adams' Express for late Westorn papers. '
jj2!Wo are indebted to the Amerloan Ex
press for trantialsaloa of favors.
9"S. C. Meredith, messenger for the
Adams' Esptott, wlllaccopt thanks for Indianapolis
papers. ( , . . -
Normal School of Cincinnati.
Mr. Btiattox made amotion la the School
Board, lust night, to revive the Cinciimnti
Normal School. The proposition lies over
for discussion next Monday night.
Normal School of Cincinnati. Lafayette vs. Indianapolis.
These Hoosier towns ere tryiug ti drink
themselves into notoriety, just as though they
had not got to the top of the ladder in that
line already. The Indianapolis man wants to
bet tbnt he can drink eight gallons of logcr
within ten hours, and the Lafayette man pro
poses to wager that he can "hide" sixteen gal
Inns in twenty-four hours. What "spiritual's
phenomenal I Still, it depends altogether on
how one is educated.
L. M., C. and X. R. R.
"We find we erred in the statement, mndc in
a former number, that theso ronds intended
"getting a supply of artesian water from the
well now boring in the Statc-lioiiio Yard."
TVe are now better advised that the C. nnd X.,
with the C. C, and C. Road, have their own
nrtosian well, on their own grounds, which
has beenverflowing and, running for theso
four years past under regular and full head
way, and, therefore, ho doubtful experiment.
This wator is chalybiute, puround cold. Tho
jirescnt managers are about bringing theso
waters to their eating-house and passenger
depot, at Columbus, when there will be a
constant and never-failing suuiily for tho
comfort and health of passengers, &o.
Mr. Van Laer's Card.
Since the appearance of the Aurora Borealis,
inquiries have been made about celestial
phenomena in general, and the milky way in
particular. Some suppose the latter to 'have
been caused by the upsetting of the Ludlow
dairy and Mr. Yin Lake's milk spilt, by Mayor
liisnop's committee. After, nine o'clock last
night, we wore handed, for publication, Mr.
Van Labi's, Card, which, at some ineonToni-,
enoa, is set up, that, it might not be tnid that
the Chairman of the Committee, having
newspaper at his command, refused an oppor
tunity lor a reply, xiir. uai.iiwki.l can say
more than the gentleman may care to have
printed. If the gentlemen, who are his nsso-
cintos, (whom it was at that hour Impossible
consult,) dosiro to explain tho report they havo
figned, tho Chairman will not forestall' ihnn
The public will readily sco that tho card Joes
not deny the allegations of the report, as to the
ondition of tho oowa therein dorcrited. In
referonce to the alleged jirimtc examination
tho cows, Mr. C, would sny it was mado
presence of Dr. Wmb, of the Committee, and
the wife of the dairyman. - ,
"Press Work"—Stoning Editors—First
Fruits of the Street Railroad.
"Bloody with sparring, flery rod with haste,"
two messengers vaulted into the lanctttm of
the Ptnng Prta, yesterday aftcrnoou, each
anxious to make street railroad speed, which
they accomplished. ' Each bore a stone in his
sling, and fired at tho two proprietors of this
paper. Tbe'first struck was our "giant," On
examining tho paper in which tho missile was
wrapped, we road this inscription:
" To Andy W. Frmatro: This is the firt stone
taken out of Walnut-street on laying tho first
track of a Cincinnati btroot Railroad."
A. PHARES.
Of Thares Taylor k Co.
Whereupon we wero similarly serred. The
inscription acoompanying was as follows: ... .
"The compliment of J?. C. PhiUpntEnjiretr,
to John J), Ouldvrll : The second bowlder re
moved to lay the first track of the Cincinnati
Street Railroad."
Just as we were congratulating ourselves at
the trophies, which we felt were awarded us
for early efforts in procuring the introduction
of Street Railroads Into the city, up comes to
the door some one, proudly proclaiming that
R.J. TnoA8 would iwear positively tha,t Jehad
the first three stones taken from thesaid identi
cal Walnut-street. Confound Thomas I Who is
Thomas? Thomas, will find It, R. J.-ous to
prove It. The Penny Prui is now in town with
a pocket full of rooks. Sueoess to Phasis I
Success to Pun.Liral Success to the Street
Railroad all who work on it, work , for it, or
who may ride on it. . May thoy all subscribe
for the paper, and each ssy: "Success to the
people's Psrmi Prn." j A faultier claim set up
than that of Thomas we have never known.
TTh Oreensbnrg (Ind.) llepublimn says
a young man named Morgan James, working
la a mill a fow miles from that place, had his
arm torn off', elosai to the shoulder, a few days
ago, by being caught In a loose belt. He died
the next oVy. " ' -'"''
iBtJ'Yestierdey was a day in the Calends,
hnuirn as ''Decollation of St. John the Bap
tist."' ' '-'-: ; ' , '
Ohio Mechanics' Institute.
What the Chamber of Commerce is to the
merchants-what tho Horticultural Society is
to the fruit and flower growers, and to garden
ersthe Ohio Mechanics' Institute ll to our
mechanics and manufaoturorSi We rcitret that
there is not tho satno Unity among the me
chanics; that they have not suoh spirited dis
cussions in a practical way, as tho horticul
turists oegage in, yet each in an individual
way is perfecting bit skill, and manifesting it
in his productions. We venture the prediction
that Cincinnati will present a greater number
of, and more Important specimens of cultivated
skill in the mcchnnio nrts, at the forthcoming
Exhibition, than has ever been brought to-
gutbor West of the mountains. Cincinnati
workshops nnd artisnns nro to be properly rep
resented, tho Inly and inefficient, the pre
loading hut incompetent mechanic, can't bo
whined here., You must bo high up in your
vocation. Those, however bumble, who have
gumption, have raturel gifts nnd improve there,
can stand up In Cincinnati. Ko Wero weeds
grow in this soil.
Wo havo seen success follow worth hore in a
most remarkable manner. The tuition, the
Mechanic:!' Library and lectures, in times past,
afforded apprentice boys made men of them.
Of thoso who will show proud specimens f
mechanical enntrivanco at the coming Fair,
many of thorn wero in their boyhood poor but
industrious apprentice;', who devoloped their
talents br application, and have attained a
charactor by business promptness and fidelity.
So intimat are tho mechanic's triumphs with
the people'.' oomforts tint their prosperity is
public good tbeir success Is the people's gain.
Co then to the Halls where are tie trophies of
tho artist's nlrd'cr, the stoth-engine, the caloric
and tho printir.g-press, foundries and work
shops. .Admire, compare, and approve, as
merit and worth will win your judgment.
Observe that mechanio, who is progressing in
his art, who is not satisfied with mediocrity,
Eneourago tho enterprising, for the people's
approval Is more powerful than medals or the
more certiOcatos of committees, Exhibition
week is at hand. The Fair opens on Thurs
day , at Pike's Orera-houso.
-0Soin weeks ago Mr. Fatton, a mer
chant of Lafayette, led,, with bis little son
fix years, started on a short trip, for mere re
creation, to . Chicago, taking only one change
of clothing and fifteen dollars in money. Ho
has not been heard of since, except at the
hotel in Chicago, where he stayed overnight,
.took brcaksnst, anil paid his hill. There nil
traco of him has been lost. His partner, Mr.
Johnson, has been hunting far him with great
assiduity lately, but without success. The
Chicago detectives have been put to work
look for him, and it is hoped that they may
ascertain his fate.
Dramatic Proixkhiks. A new tragedy hn,s
bceu produced in New York by Miss Heron,
the nuthor of whir h is Mrs. Uatoinnn. The
heroine of the piece is a young lady who re
covers from the spinal disease, with a great
hunch upon her back, a knowledge of which
her considerate friends conceal from her fir
six years. Tho young'iady was one of those
remarkable young women who never consult
thtiir looking-glasses. Tho play is called
O'rrulilinr, nr Love's Vivtori. Love's triumph
was short, for n first performance damned tho
Philadelphia Ledger.
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Surpm's PitnnixTioxs op Canada. The
Hamilton (C. W.) Sprr.tntor estimate, from
data gathered by the Board of Trade, that
Canada will have, nt, present prices, ten mil
lions nf ilolliira' 'worth of wheat, oo-tn, bar
ley, ryo, Indian corn, peas and flour, for ex
port this season. In addition to this there
will he fifteen millions of dollars' worth
lumber, and fiBh worth a million and a quar
ter. A CiiAt.t.KSOR. Judge Butler, of Norwalk.
Conn., chiillcnces ' Pnfussor Henry, of
Smithsonian Institution, or Professor Loornis,
or both, to ceeihim beforo an impartial board
of three, in defense of tho theory of atmos
pheric ourrentg and storms, which they pro
mulgated at Springfield. Ho proposes to de
posit follO 9100 of which is to be paid to
Professors for each one of his five propositions
wmcn ne tans to prove.
pl3T ho Vigilance Committee of Napoleon,
Arkarise?, have issue. the following notioc :
From a nJ after this date, all gamblers
vngnnta will ho prohihitoil from remaining
the City of Napoleon for a longer period
tweiity-l'our hours. Should any of the above
gentry net. in violation of this notice, they
.1.. ... . .1...:. ;t
uv bu 1.1. ttioir uivtt jitfiii.
Expixlkd. The Orand Connuander of
Lod'e of Malm in Wutervliot, New York,
received an oflieial notico of tho eipulsion
tiie lion. v. i',. &ioKies irom the order. It
said that the gravest charge preferred against
cieaies, ouu wmcn leu to oil expulsion,
the killing of Key, who, ot the time of
death, was the (i. It. J. A. of the Washington
liouge.
Lrfisr ok jjHiaixv ik j'.MiL.iNn. wncn
man in unsented in the Jiritisli Parliament
f;..r bribery, it' the ciipc be so plain nifninst
him that tho defense be pronounced "irivo
l.ius und vexntiouH," ho is obliged to pay
rosta of investigation on both sides. They
arc' .sometimes very Iiosvy. For a man
buyasiiiitiu Parliament "for $100,000,
then to pay $10,000 lor proving thnt he
not onlitlfd to it, ia poor encouragement
patriotism.
pi' It is the custom for many parents
tnko thuir entire family to camp mooting,
to prevent confusion, the littlo peoplo
tichuts pinned to their tlressos, with tbo num
ber of tho tcnttlioy occupy wrilten thereon.
At the recent camp meeting at Mnrtha's Vine
yard, jMasi.nehusott, a bright littlo lad
ub'sctred among the throng Of visitors, who
ticketed thus: "Tent No. 14 Do not
this boy any candy." : . .
An Evidknce op Habd Tutus. One
List week the uorner-stone of the Lutheran
Church, on Beaver Creek, in this county,
removed, and tho ooin deposited therein ut
time of the erection of the building, amounting
to ninety cents, stolo.i. This is about
tncnocrt t lie It teat wo have ever been
upon to record, nnd give3 indubitable evidence
of hard times or groat rascality somewhere
Unycrtmen(Mil.) Ilerahl. ...
Hit. Doirti.AS as A Ma(1.izin'ist.
Doujrlns, whose successes in tho political
world nrc well-known, hns betnken himself
to n now sphere of lebor. In Harper '
mine lor the current month lin appears as
littcrnry contributor. His subject is entitled
'The Diviiling Lino between Federal
Xocr.l Atahorit.y," in which the public
trenk'd with n, now tlitscrlatinn upon popu
lar sovereignty.
' MimnKa. in Pkitsscll Cntinty, Va., on
15ih iust., Win. Tyler, whilo in n barn
with two trietnls, got into a quarrel
with one of thorn John Jones and thrnw
ing him on the lloor, severed, hit hend
his body with a knife. Ha then iletl, and
not been captured. The deceased lee
wile and three, 'children.
Tun, WoBRr Tun of tub Skasos. A
with carroty hair, which has prevailed in
family for several generations, describes it
being he-red-ilarjr. . , , . '
(OomffliinlcatcH.t
The Milk education To the Public.
of
to
n, n. fi.tk r ,1,1. nlnnth tlirrr. nnneircrl in tlio
public piper what tin-port to I a report of l0';
mlttou, appointed, at m rog'iwt, by lln J on or
MrtforBUliursof thle fltf, which rep,t J "'"
let pass uimmlcml. It ecm to Iw bH.-cl nlmoit oil
tlroly, dpoti l h- ux lUntu statrticlit of a eertijlii M rs.
"that lie reililMl on the farm twtoN the (tatrunun
(myxelfi mnvml on It," Tlllrfiaa.il un'nltiw tea la -i....i
,..i i ,i.i,r r.,tr iinuntliei-i iiblinlied rule t
lllW 1'Ai.MfH IN ISO, l-AUl'K IN, "MIU",,;
-flH in
i',.i. iii ,.11 lii, I lii iiiv nisi leutlon, i iii""n
to put In dufunsc more rcl'"ic,,lili!,'''r,!T11,o
mite Hie lacte ill inn inwoin
uiUci ketwernnir accuacr, the so-called &t. Hup-
KijijcV:ivr m ou0, m th .jjj.
borlloodi.l CinClnuatll in ilm jiiniiior I ke'jP 'lie
11 MSIlire.OM what Hrili ra inf
K. litiKky. 1 lmv? .lone t HI ..r I he last two K, r.
I.IISt WHIST l lililK illl. iijiiiu -. - - -
thi n I 'lo on iiiy iiirm
hiiuw wlillo I WiW iio-i'iii
rlmlintf
in, not
tit lukil rnr, Of tllu
tllm was poor anil Imll-
...... i u,.vi. i,ir i,,4m'ciiLiiiti
lliiriii', im -n' i' j ,, . ,,,.i,i..u
il.i,, ,iiti,,i i i nut o nuni wiiii jiin,..i.:i." ..
,,.,.1 n.il rcll illTMIC HT II HI PHrMlll I"
my familyi 1 tni ner inni .
ffot
Willi
wori.o ii ai.i. la iii ", I,.,, ;, li
euvo my
llicm caiiHeU
t iinll,'.. ti) 0 It to oo r'-rvvM tii'ii
eimii,! .....1 Ut ataut "5,'jrh S
i threalH that sue WAi innM M PHW ix m AMI
i.o eo ai.i, in iir.a powsa to ".S;.,,'
i....i...ri ..r iic-r nr. wiiiil i iikmikhv
h JaV-Tuiitil olieev..,.!,, 1 loiin.l ll. the ipe J- u
ell natl an account ol a t:om plaint. It mImkU w lilt ''
111 i ."siiii't in,', tor Rolllim lwt and iinwli.l,'onie
milk 1 1 , "u lipilliyVltll liii'IKl. icallo.l 111111 llio
M vor, "U. "i'-'ilv i. ..eKl,ill.iMi to iirmi.it a com-
at ttecof amiptiteii lieuilnnen ''' 81 " "i1' "
S ii It ill ii ' liul liiv..nl.iilou. u:i.l I" report, frmi
"t, 1 S vTliat coiiilitlolt tber im.i.,1
in . X. ThiiMaur win n-'riwun. eiioiinh one
r le ' my le inet, anfl 111" oininilUio, coiiBistjnu of
, t.i i j " 1 1. m won. i" ". ""'j,1:'.;; r r
1 Wohlt, ("illi'd at Ibe Liollow; Minn, .n the 24tl. I..
Jt .iitriinil iiftor liiHet H llio preiiiiHs, air. 8. S.
rJ'. i-1 J iT 1 1 1 ilHi 1 ft ii i r ro...ir..u.i wMHi tllo following
i-,,.,iiiiii,I.IIU1l01l
"Ll iii..w,(near('ovlnBloii, KJ-.) Aiigusi i, ip..j.
"To tii a Customkbs of Mi. Van I.B.tn: We. tbe
nn,u"" ap"lte.l by Wayor llialiop ta . n
I heehaws aatuKt aiii vau j-er. ."?
dairy I- in unler. n 'Zriv;
wni Wriilir w Dhhop. whleh wUl be in
thPtil.l.,r(.W' .-es.lon.'iiwt
Tllonlltlliiai mi' ",.'.,. ii".,i.ii ,i,i
., l avbj wrotu t. jieianwi'ii
roiilWH.turil-ei.rmt..l"."
Ill)- liirlll. in l i. ' -" ', "A, .....nrrert in
unto written y " - . - -, lVBral,,iuu
thr ii I opki Su, aiu r turnlag to, the root., re
r l t0T,c"oetJ li.eolui.Htio,M of h soo ew.es.
.... A .I...I I l.l. Inli.lll oil tllllC 0 nuum "ij s
i...t il.n iinlr it in fioI (irdf. tl.ue appear wr
thnt iii Hin " " nk U y w PV t,, hi, Komi,
frctly. ' 'I'L'V' ' ' rJl ,ne wtltlemen can
', r n? m (o a ''nioort" in witi.lt thevare
"'"A' .,V,. rrAlf I. . "",
useiiiBuiim Hum Htm ''.f i",- . th dir.
i . i.t. i!...,.,.(. .i. ti.ti.n It w linn n tliA Ktatv
Sen oflliat t?y '
Caldwell iluiiii ila-lt pnvite h''-rt.'w ,t IM th o
ealle.l "report" it Imn.'.l, since. Imp rV''V irheo
tion.twoi.f tlieconimitlie tlotlrod to exoit;f2le rto
from all blami-. l'lio iiistIou arlHia now. whole
mis. Mi. Hopkins, alias Mrs. Oolllor? Is slia a wo.
manof sncli ehnrai'ter that lier own vx PAtjiastoto
iiHintsli.iiililI.eminidenttoiiiinreaiidbrenlt up the
lionnr and btwIn.KH of an old .' reain-clably known
citizen .if Ibis yeuntyl Tho lullowuia ill give to
the iii!ll?h true rhahirlef oftbla woman, in its
full anil Mile liiilit. , , j , i .
When I heard uf liermtnplnitit aralnst in? oe.ore
the Mayor, I told her that 1 slunibl have lierpnt out
of the ln.iise by force. hv vnt before lli Honor,
U. 11. Moo"r, of U.ivhieton. Ky., und sved ia war-
2, i,. f,.r ,1 I, roil, It nf I II' tlHC... t 'OOM the
trial, v liidt wh had oil last rtatitidnT I Unreduced
as r iliirpses in my d,'fe:iH, nrl.,Alli. Ludlow, the
owner nf llio farm, who stated that, hai-iua lunl i''a
sioi. mane, lime nso to uiake in,iiiries auto PI r.
IIOnktllH ChltraCUT, sue Itliiriieil lliuil lliu iiriM"uie
tlntt lo r clmrin' ter lor 1 1 it tit nnd veracity wmb very
had, and that her moral reputation was most infa
mous. Hie next witness was air. amn ion i. oiunu,
ae.imstali.eoI uunpiwii Louniy, jieniiiiiy, yuu
tilled tliat he had known Mrs. Hopkins for three
years; that her reputation for truth mid veiacllv,
amonuall who knew tier, was very tm.l, and that she
had kept a honm of ill-repute, where tho vilest
of characters wero In the habit of comcrerating.
nnd that she was a sourer nf continuous ' lotblennd
irriwt mimnrtnce to all oi per immiu.o. Ionian
f'eaki ef UnK'klyh, Itentitcky; swore that ho had
tin.iu.ii her IVir three ve.'ir:.: that i!P t'l wlt'iin the hist
six nniiitlis she lived a neiehor lo him; that piTtons
of the Imsust clinracter ciitinualiy freiiueiteil her
hoiiee, and that tierrepuiaiiou n.r tram mi., uiorui
ity was the worst that he eve? knew man 01 woman
to poswess. '
tiiu-li in Ilia eliaraeti f ot the woman, at shown up
by tun swi.rn teilinoiiy t.f tlnve hUhly-respi'Clahle
neivont. iiii.Mi in a 'onrt of -iintloo, upon whoso aolo
mnteniei.t Mr. (hihlwell teeies to huvo itiihiced his
iHilluaKiii'S lo o;u tint iineious reporr. ti siien h
wnnmii is to be believed, when in a revenge! ill passion
shcshmderi. her beifaetor.arid endeavors to niin him
who bus holpeil her in titnool need, not knovmg hor
character, at the time, then the honor nnd refutation
of each limn or woman nro at the mercy Of every
,.mii. lut.M n,",iiitli t i-ircn ale sliimiel'H noual inulll.
1 wish fur nullum: hut a plain stul.'iaent f facts,
wliieh niavlienrrivi.il at hy iv close person.il Inspec
tion of my dairy in all ila departments. I. therelure,
invite ivory one who inturoils hiiimelf ia the nmtler,
nail pnrtieiilHrly my eust, oners, to call at the Ludlow
Kurm. see tor llteniscives, MHO iiumi Hay tMiHiuer jus-
tico has bceu done by Mayor Bishop M.-ommittBe.
me
Ji. I.th Ai&CIt,
of
LITEST M TELEGRAPH.
RKPORTED FOR THE PESST PHES8.
Additional by the Indian.
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Paris, August 1". The iloat'teiir of to-day
contains an Imperial Decree, granting a full
and entire amnesty to persons sentenced for
political oiTensos, and who have been the ob
ject of any measures taken for the public se
curity. '
AuSThtA. The ministerial crisis is not yet
over. It was reported that the now Constitu
tion will bo characterized by the re-establish-ment
of representing provinces by prerogatives,
given by tho aristocracy, and lastly by a strict
Catholic spirit.
Italy. Garibaldi has accepted tlio command
of all tho forces in Central Italy, lie had ar
rived nt Leghorn. At Milan, on the 1 tth, tho
Municipality inaugurated the Statute of Na
poleon, by Canova, in tho Place Iirecre, in the
preK'Oce ut' Marshal Valient, the Sardinian Au
thorities, and a largo concourse of peopio.
In tho Tuscan National Assembly, M. (Jinor
proposed that the Assomlily declare tho dy
nasty c: tho house of Lorraine impassiblo in
Tuttany. It was unanimously gitpportod by
the Representatives, but tho discussion wos
postponed, it is reported that the trench
Uovcrninent has addrossod a dispatch lo the
tlrcat Powers, declaring that Franco will not
assist the ecll'-olootod Princes to return to their
dominions by foroe, nor will she permit Aus
trio, or any other power, to all'orJtlietn military
aid for tliac purpose.
'i'lio elections at Mo lcn i havo been followed
by udmirablo order.
1'ua:.tk. Tho accounts from the vincynr'ls
are unUvornblo.
I'kumia. The doath of the King wa looked
for hourly. All the Princes and Ministers
hive been recalled.. No attctnnt was made to
coo co nl from the public tho sear approach of
nts aeata. ,
liavo
From YYntthliifou.
was
was
give
night
was
the
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called
Judge
Ma,j.
a
and
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con
versing iVAsiitxnroN, Atiziiat 2!'. As several re-.
spectnblti jnirnii!s hnvo denied the truth of
the statement, uf tho Washington Jlnporter of
tlio Affloeiiitcd rrns, that the I iiictims nnd
tho Mitri-m ure included in the Al'ricun Snnm
run, us arrunced hv tho Secret it rv ol the
Xtivy, it intiy lieproperlo say that llag-nilieer
luliiii, who siiereeds fJnplnin Cnuover, was
lttMy sr informed by the Navy Deportment,
where the names of thoso two vessels npjicar
in t!ie snnie list with the others, which have
recently been designated for that service.
The Mnroii lias been cut twiiiity-ono months,
und tho Vrii'-niit ai.xleen, not twenty three
a ml twenty-one, us some of the newspapers
have erroneously stilted.
Tho Hccrctary of the Navy hns just issued
tho following RCd'eni' order: No order will bo
Riven to the medical o.'Iicers of the navy
render prolessional aid to uny person who
not attached to the nnvnl service, or on board
n ship-of-war. The I'epartment will confide
in their humanity to respond to tiny appeal
for their assistancewhenever the requisite
aid can; not no ootmncd elsewhere. An ex
ceptiou mny be made in favor of vessels
distress, when, if necessary to secure the re
rpiisitc medical tiid, thcaiithority of tho Com
mander mny bo interposed.
Secretary Thompson has returned to Wash
ington. All the member nf llm Cabinet aro
me here, with tho exception of (secretary
Floyd.
Opposition Convention.
ves a
man
bis
as
.
Susiiup.v, Pk.nn., August 23. The Oppo
! f'tiori Convention .of this county met to-dsy,
I nun passoti resolutions recommending llcneral
vatnoron lor President, anil JJaniel ; Jansnrt
Governor, by an unanimous vote , Ex-Oovr
ernor Pollock and Andrew Dennis were ap
pointed delegates to the State Convention. , ,
The Aurora Borealis—Its Effect on the
Canada Lines.
N.r Vmr. Au. 28. The Superintendent
of the Canadian Telegraph Company telegraphs
as fallows, In relation to the effect of the
Aurora Botealis last night! ' ' 1 i ' 1
"I nover,in an esperienoe ot niteon years, in
worklna telegraph linos, witnessed anything
like the extraordinary effect of tbe Aurora
Boreills, between Quebeo anrt l'artnor omi,
lnt niirht. The lino was in tho most perfect
ordor, and well-skillod oporators worked in
cessantly from eight o'clock last evening till
one o'clock this morning to get ever in an ui
tclliille form, about four hundred words of
the report per stoamor Tnditin, for the Asuooia
ted I'resi. At the (atter hour, so completely
were the wires under the intluenoe of the
Aurora Borealis, that it was found nttcrly im
possible to oommuniuato botween theso two
stations, nnd tha line hnd to bo closed."
" The same, difficulty prevailed as far South
as 'Vashiogton. ,
. . ' : .
River News.
P'TTRsimfl, -August 29 M, River two
at tho Olnss-house and stationary.. Wotther
clear ud cool. r ' ',
St: Louis, Angust 20 P. M. River hns
risen two inohos in tho last twe'uty-four hourf,
the eO'eot of tho recent heavy n:ins, whi'jh ex
tended us fir West an Leavenworth, and
throughout the Northern country.
The Autora Borealis was vory brilliant hero
last night, vividly illuminating nearly the
fcholo heavens.: , , . .i .,. ; ,'
, Piithbubu, August 23 r, M, River nn
changed tinea noon.,,.. M'oather clear and cool.
Republican Nomination.
Dattok, Aug. 29. The Republican Sena
torial Convention for Montgomery and Preble
Counties, mot to-day at J ohnsvillo, and nomi
nated Fletchor P. Cuppy, of this city.
MARRIED.
At Indianapolis, on Wednesday eveulr,2lth Inst.,'
Jlr. James t). AtrtXANriKn, of Oifnton, Mo., and Mies
Kmm.v J!. (Iratoos, . .
no Hie 23d inst., Mr. William H. HAnaisoa to
ilissL. i)Ii.ir..T.HN8iix.nll ol lndimmpolls.
DIED.
On Saturday mornlnsr. Anmwt 21. at 7K o'clock, of
typhoid lever, Akk Mabia, wife ol Andiew S.
Mo'MI'V. '
Dixon's rBlaektprry Carminative,
A SAFRi. BAST AND IvmiVM CUHK, FOB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, &c.
. tt'-Twenty-flvo tents per boltler"
'OKO. M. PIXOK.'DriWlflst, -.
ail'"i.cni 'oriir of Filth and Maiii-.truets.
IJI'IT0imAI-:tTHJ( SALES,
H, S. Mur.sA Co., Tuesday merrtlrit, Aitsnst30,at
uiuo 0 ciock, urocorits iw.
at nine o ti-r;f niereii.iiii .,.' -
Thomas JoiiMSTOS-TliesatT inornins, n.ji-i -
V clock, JJryuuoaa, c. ro
TnoMAji J'NoH-'tuemlBy tnornin. September t,
l)7y Goods, Jiot. 6heetf c. few- uav.
.10, II o'clock, Furniiiiro, Carrol', Cutlery, ac. mo
adv. l,mMn- s
SFECJAL. NOTICES.
BUSINESS MEN'S PRAYER
M KKT1NGB are held every morning iu the
oaeument of the ITirst Church. All aro invited, jyl
J.EONAHD !WAHTZ WILE.
I ii ranrtlihite for CoiTfitv OomSuisstoner of
tiKiintion Cortuty at the ensuiiig October election. ,
auiu-tt ,
NEW ADVERTlSEraENTS.
Ladies' aM Gentlemen's Shoe, Store.
TVS!.. OmiCXi,
FOREMAN FOR ADOL'T TEf TEAKS
for 3Ir. J. Esnr.uir.lateof No. 10 Sixth-street,
lms coiimieneerl liusiness.uud hopes, from hrs long
exm-rience, lo inoritHshiiriiof public paironiiite; no
piiius will besparfd loivo satislnction to those who
may favor hiin with a call. His store it two doors
West of Plum, north able. No. :; Kiith'ttreet.
IlllUIO-l'J
Fancy Cosiumcs. ant!, Kail Drosses,
THE LADIES C-FllXCINNATI ABE
respectfully Informed, that I urn now making
toorilerali iiescrioiuuis oi eancy tji siuuiea, nuutin.
Hall and Kauey iiress, 'iheauical Wanlrolies, &c.
Apply to Jilltn. nrtiuir,.!,
Corner riura ana r ntn-sis., i-iitiiue.o u. mni.
mtao-o,J
KELSEY & CO.'Sy
SEIIM-MMOES,
Ofiee-30 West rouitn-street, ,
CINCINNATI. "' :
VJH7E ASK OP A DlSCr
IMINATINGI
mi Ii! in . 1 11 nnrsult ol'a reliahlo .KeiviriC'Irlii-
chine, llio most rli!id comparison of the merits ot
th e ilbtcliiiii s with all others in tins iiiaiket. We
count It us sin e to ruault In our favor.
I). W, IIAirRIXUTOI A tO
nn:i Aoent.
'. Havana Cigars. ,
12 IIAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT
of tho LTimino "Ktur" brand, nt nrfHciil. a
grunt faorl:u Vrllli niiiclii'iH.
u2'J-ii , 0(ipl(hilc the 1 'into Hue.
Aromatic Tincture of Myrrh,
"KlOlt CLEANSING TIIE T E 15 T II,
M Imrilciiing the Gums, and ImpaitlnHadelight
1 ill perl uiiio lo tllu lirtsih. fcreons iiaing tobacco
williiiid it almost iiulisieii!uilile. 1'rep.ired end for
sale by , .. . HIJUtK, KCKSTkIn 4 CU.,
aniti-o Dppwlle.lhe 1'uatulHre.
Euckeyo Pile Ointment.
miHS OINTMENT MAY BE CCNI'I-H-
DENTLV relied on for tho i nro of I'l'eti in nil
their v.ii'i'.us fin inn. Prepared nun I'm kiiIo by
aUiltK, KUKS'l Ktu CO.,
AU2II-Q ' (ippoiiite tlin Postotlice.
to
is
irj
.
AUCTION SALE. By KELLOGG .
WILLIAMS, Sale-rooms 22 nnd 21 East Third
itlrfi.t linriiiriini. ('arni'tn. (Jullerv.Ajc. at Auctiou.
on TUESDAY MOIIN1NU, Aocusi :m, at o'clock.
Kood stock ol Parlor, unitiiioer, Hilling unu uincu
1,'iivolttir. it iri nil vnrielv.
ALSO 10 pieces Urussols i'arpets; 20 pieces Ingrain
I'nri.lM. . '
ALSO A general assortment of Hue Table Cutlery,
Kuucy lioous, ax'. ji. itr.un.juu,
n29 Aiicliuiieer,
TJCflON SALE BY II. S. WILES
A
nml live liUKv. itt Auction. We will sell on'HUKS-
HAY MOItNl NO, August 3C, at ) o'clock, a general
varielv ul lirucerii'S.
aI.sii t, nr iiecDiint of whom it nutv concern: 1
bi'ls.ol.l Itoiirbon Wliiskv; h'. brls. old Itye Whisky.
mi'.sj Ii. ti. flin,fc X U)., Miclioneers.
AU'CTION SALE. BY II. S. MILES
.t. I'll . n a.1 ftlitiii.Htrert Seasoillllile tttaolti
anil Merchant 'r.iilnw' (loods nt Anrtlon, forCasli.
We will soil on TliUIlSUAY JHUININU, Seiiteiubor
I, at'Jireli.cIl, Ulollis, Uaaninieres, tintuiett, fwceilii,
.leiuiN, Kitrmers' BnllnH, Milk nnd Hutiii estinpi,
Hileelns. t'auvaas. Pilot and Ueavcv UbitliH, Snk
Twist, Stc. . . , , w,
k i cl,iol..,i,,. T.mli r. Prints. Irish Linens,
Linen "Table Cloths, a.iper Linen Handkerchiefs,
Hilil.oos, Batins,lllotcs,uoour4,i:.i 'r . au.-v
AUCTION SALE. BY THOMAS
irtlf KsiTliM.ln N,Llea.rnom. No. yM&ill -Street.
h.xi'iu i hit '1'rus.t Company Hank. I.nrg.i atoili
lilt I (JOIIDH hi auction. 'TUESDAY MIIKNIMJ,
August M, at U!4 o'clock, ill bo sold, without resormi,
3,'si lots t.i Iii'mIi iinportcd Fall and wiuter ry Lioods,
urhli.1, i,o,i,v ili-slritlile (iooda.
ALSO Largo invoice of Jlicniter' and Tailors'
Ono.lH, each as extm tine Uroiulnloths, I aisiniern,
Katlnets, lino block Batln Vealings, llvereoatlngs.
Linings, cxlra lln ohnir Liisiers, T riinmlims,
aiiiO THliMAo JUHBBTUW. Aiicioneet.
A UCTION SAIiHU-BY THOS. JOHN
1m. STUN, in Hule-rooms No. il.1 Main street, (next
lo Iho Tnut ('oinpaily flank.) Lust largn pnsitito
full sale of r oivIkii and Boniesllc nry uoous. noots,
Mlieeii, Hats, !P, e,, at Aliolloii. 'J'liEtiDAY
an in i T Mi. Hi.iOiiiili.,fil. ut OU; u'clnuk. will bo Mold.
In minimi form, wlilioiitaiiv reserve, s.'s) puckimea
ami lott of tresh-imporlnd Foreign nnd Doiiiestle
Dry llt.oils. m.inprisii.K a i(i muni u.ifirtiniiiilol
dcelrai.ln llooits for elty and country .sales.
A l.sl i-W ICON Kill A V MOItMNO.sknli.mUrT
third loft. JVI' oases, "imprWiiH th" beat ainek
lien's, llovs' nnd Voutlu' hrogaus: Women's. Misses'
nml I'hllifron'a shnee, Congress (loiters and Oxford
lie.; i,adle' Oitllersand Hlippers; Men's, Buys'
vnti.M. ii,iM Mivt. Iivui-Mhons. A'C.. w have aver
fered nt auction; the greater portion nf tho
being well tilapted lor tne nest city ruutu iraue,
every cae 10 on sola wiinouireaervn.
. au2!i-o THOMAS JOHNSTON, Auctioneer.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
JOHN t. M0RT0K.
0A1VIN W. THOMAS
1
J. R. MORTON Su CO
BAlfK'EBS, ' .:;
(No. 39 WEST THIBB-rsTltK KB '
CINCINNATI, OHIO, - '
Pealers In Excrinnce. Bunk Note nml Coin.
Particular attention paid to Collections, and return
promptly in ade. auifii-hw
t M R 8 . J .
LADIES'
A. ORTH, r.
AMD QKNTS 1
FUKNISHING STORE,
No. aid I'lAli-ntrcet, ,
, Between Elm and Plum', OINCJINNATf. "'
(knulis, Hair Oil, Perfumery, Taney Suaps unil No.
Hunt nf all ktnda.
N. 1 '' and nil kinds of lurnlnhln Goods,
mailttto ot,l aui.'4-ain .
JIK. 'SAlfl'Ii SILSBEIi
I? SPECIALLY TRKAT8 DISEA8F.9 OF
U TU SKIN, RHEUiMATlHM, DISEA.SKS OF
WOilKN, and aueh (Jhrouic complaints as mnybe
lionetltted by tho Hysyonlo and Atmopathlo system
ofhlsotBce.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine,' Arserilc, Mercury, Tur
kish, liusshtn and liloctro-Chomical Baths, a Dia
peusary of Medicine, anil every manner of Klectrto
andSIuffnottc Apparatus.
NO. 07 WEST SIXTH-STBEET. '
SWrOfflco liurs '.I A. M. to 4 P. M. ' aulll-tft .'
, ritllMI OYSTERS.
I AM now receiving daily, per (he Adams
Express, , .
MALTBY'S
CELEBRATED
BALTIMORE CAN OYSTERS,
Put up by a new proeosa, especial Iv for 1he warm
weather, WAKKANTEU 1'llJtSll AND SWEET.
ROBERT ORE, A.gent. ' '
'niils-bwt ' Depot, n West Fifth-street. '
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTERS
AT
!233 Wnluiit-alieet,
01KCINNATI.
I HAVE COMMENCED FOB THE SEAi
t-ON thesalo of J. B. M ANN 4 CO.'S, superior
raw fresh oveters. .1. TDDli,
Wholesale and retail Agent for ,1. It. Mann ido.
Oysters cooked In a superior style at our luiual mod
erate cliarsee. ' ' ' ' . au2f-f
THOS: W. PARRIN & CO.,
WHOLKSALE AND ItKTAIl.
LUMBER DEALERS.
YARH ON FBEEMAN-ST., NKXT TO
Clncinnall, llaiuilton and Dayton Railroad.
Wo would call the ntteni ion of purchasers of Lumber
to the following Jim oi rncos; .
Clear, . 3 In. Flnnk, per 31 feet.
,
it i' " " .
it . 114 " "
. : 1 in. Bnard, "
.. a " '
1st Com., 3 iu. Flank, " .1
1. 2 "
it )'i ' "
1M " "
1 in. Hoard, . "
11 14 t.
m..00-- U :: " ::::::
1 a ' "
Grub m. 2 ,
V!mT-''i''oFeneliigB;ds, .'Z'
Hemlock: , tASc,tig,itirt.ii.lii'ss
""ir . .-.aiidaut..
foplar ; ,
: S :::
lit Om.'vybitc-piiieFloflvlngBoiirds, x, no
iellow-plne S loonng lioarns,
clear lor Btew
1st Cot. Wlrite pino Wenther Hoards,
2.1 Com." . ',' 1 ' ' -
1st tloin". riirtitlon Horrrds
I'd Com. " m ..-
lor pressed Liiiiiber, 52 . wr un
fide.- ami J:t fur two sides extrn will
bo ctlartjed,
Ko. 1 ISIiuvetl Shingles
No. 1 Hawed ' -
Infori'.r iiimlities in proporiiiMi.
Cedar ieuciug I'obIh, 4 Uy 4 in. uach...
i - , Hough
.a - ... ..I....H f OIZ Mr
On Ml,, ul 4,ku or muc a ,u, ruiuiMnii u - -
"Jlt'ili prices we have two or threo niillton foist of
flood c'cascined Lumber for sale.
.. ' .1 1. 1.. n.,lia... t.nmlisr will ftrtwell to
.Iv.. , ns acall. tlltlMAHW. 4'AlUtIN CO.
Cnsll. 411Ion,s.
,9iii m $1211 on
, 7.1 ISI
Hi 011
47 :1
. 117 'II
VK (HI
8.1 (Nl
, o7 (HI
il rt)
' 3.1 l
, a 7
, 211 IKI
no
, so
, 16 OH
, II lll
, 22 ;si
, II .'si
, U III ,
111 ml
II ft' 1
14 IKI
14 IKI
III .'.II
1.1 Oil
2.4 IKI
.17 JO
h mi
Vi Ml
3,- "
"I (SI
4 SI
4 Oil
SO INI
(ill INI
.111 IN)
40 l
so mi
IN) IN)
IKI INI
45 IN)
37 Nl
INI
21 W
X, IN)
2l 2.1
17 M
. ir. ou
sr. 00
12 so
13 OU
12 Ml
VI .'si
I.) INI
15 INI
17 a
17 IN)
37 Ml
lU INI
ill INI
.'III IKI
4U
IV
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411
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20
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aut".i-tfl
CUT TMIS OUT!
THEN READ IT, AND THEN PBB
sent it to your naret and dearest trlend, Willi
the r."iuost that Itshall bo Insei U'd in the first page
"TiK-l. Mt-anAV. So. m Fiflhtreel,
srili Periodicals, Hooks ami Songs. We append
Vi.V f . few of the Pei io.lieals wliieh may be ob-
tHinnd at his liter , No. 2IS Fith-atrcet,
Nuw York Ledum'
w York JMciir.v ,
W York weejtu
llarpcf'e Wwkly
una licsiio., i
.w York Clloiier
Porter's Spirit ,
Police (liizettii... v
iHg oi uur union.
Haturdsy Evening rain
New York i-icayiino
Now York Wnvurly
Vitvcrl) MsssKlne -
Liue-ol-liaitieTMip,.,.-..,
ieutilic American
Scientilic Aitisun -
Unniier ol iiigiit.....
Mwttish Auiericau Jouniiil....
Huston Pilot
Irish Sows.!.....-' -
Life Illiistrrtted,,..
Home Jwiruai. ..,..,.....
Weokly Novelette. "." -
Independent !..,.
elite ry
Agitator
Hohton Investigator
llnllou a Pictorial..
4 cents.
4 cents.
4 cents.
4 cents.
G cents.
4 cents.
( cents.
4 cents.
4 cents
4 cents.
4 route.
4 I en
A cei.
4 cent!,'
4 cents.
4 cell
4 cents.
,1 cents.
5 ceiita.
, ft cents.
4 cents.
, 4 cenlt.
, 4 Cvllts,
, 4 cents.
, 6 cuiitn.
, A cetitH.
, 4 cents,
, fi centB,
, A cent.
. 4 cents.
Mew York Wnelily llriU
V...I. 0..lll. 'IVIIlll.lM
.."!' .'.'.".JHrf.V". ' A t-ent.
New lora wvcKiy muti - : .
Lesl u s Herman rapor - - -
Trui Flag .
(loiislellntioii 5
New York iNsputcn... "
TIONTIIME, oVe.
of
c,
tory
In
ut
anil
tit
auu
Harper's Magazine M cents.
Uniley'a Lady's Hnokf ..2(1 cent.
Atlantic Maga7.ino.... ' ccuU.
Leslie'B nlitKiwiui. cents.
Knickerbocker Magazine 20 cents.
Great Itepuhlie Monthly 20 cente.
All Year lluimd 20 cents.
Wttverly Mngnxlne (monthly parts)... 21) cents.
Peterson's JlHiiazloo IS cunts.
Arthur's II. ni," JUiigimiiio., IS cents.
Ladies' American Magazine 18 cents.
lloiuiinclst : I cents.
Novelette (uiontblyjiarUO IS cents.
Yankee Notions 1 cents.
Mvk-Nax :.' 1" "
Coinio Bouquet m.... .18 oeiitB.
Pick lee 1" cents.
Iludgetol Km 0 cents.
Gallon's Monthly...i - 10 cunts.
Phrenological Journal 11 cents.
Witttir Cure Jonrnnl
Hunt's Merchants AlaguAine con
Keleelic Magazine, 'SI
Edinburgh Review Ml
Westminster Kevlew -'
nrth ltriiish Knvinw ,. si
London Oiiarterly Hevlow 511
, If yon want anything In the Periodical line,
Had Doner can ou
EDWARD L. MUSBAY, ; -
NO. 218 FIFTH-STREET,
Betweon Elm and Plum,
aulS-tuThS-am
Cincinnati;
Sellers' Cough Sirup, , t
Ori GROSS riELLEES' pOOGH' SIRUI,1
A'J received liud for sale Ly '''
8U1RB, H.CK8TEIN ft 00.,
: Opposite the posiumos.
' White' Caatile Soap.' ;
OPl BXS. OLD AND GENUINE WHITE
0J (Jsatlle Soap, rewlveil and for a by '
. .. . BU1BB, EUKSTMN 00.,
anW-o tlppmlte the Poetnlrice.
Cincinnati Female Seminary.
. Corner iVecn'S and ITamd tfrscls.
The next Besslon of this Institution will open
MONDAY, Septembers, ISSW. "
UU'lUVICe aiientll.D 10 IU, cttllipieienen. ui
fiie.illtleH fur aaiibHtaiitlal and flniuhbil Education
Uatalognes insy lie Had atthoMctioViry, and
John 1. Thorpe, So. 74 Wu,t roinsfi-sirrel.
HIHMUIWM A HAVI.Klt.
Cincinnati, Aug. IS, laoy. aula Principals
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
- . t'ri i
H T
J. C' TOWERS & CO.,
.T.TT" f.f(T T
' ''"' X .. u, liV...-
i.i-j.1)
ji f. t
No. 140 Main-street'..;',;
BMHO W FtJtrRTB. t T 1 3 O
... i" I t ! I ! MM 'T-IV'-.J
itTl! H AVID A LARGE AND ELEGANT . ,
TT Btsortine it d flue SOFT nTH, emorae.
Iwt all that la new. and desirable for gentlemen a wear;
BOYS' HATS AlSP.CfiS
IN CUEAT' VABHTT. ' 'J " 1
"'';Vr;J OUR rALIi STYLES ,0? j
IXl.3i:SJB HATS,
, - Will be reaily on 8ATUBPAY, September 3.
. nn'.'.-.rawl ... ,,i
n .,i.(,:is
tf -JOt -tc,-vWJV;
3 ii '
ii-; in ' . '' j . . "'.'".
Piysiciafi, and Operating; Surgeon,
CAN' BE .' COUfSULTED, FOR: A - FEW
. DAV.1 UNLV, on Clorns, Biiuious, Diaoased
Nails, and Bll eicrcsencos on the FACE, HANDS
AND tl'.l
out catting,
tnu Hit ejturestimuo fui n.s k n
EET;, the operations being performed with--
ting, orctit(iininy 'paliw'ihaVevor.!j A " ' ' ? i1
f 1 t.k. i a .t I i .5i.i. Ut 1;i J,-J- I
)
HI
CossnirATiOM Booasrf ikes' Opera-house, Fourth. .
street entranco by Concert Boom door. ati2J-aw
H. KINGSBURY,
Frofeusor of the Guitar and Flute.
i
801T
Ladles and Geotlcueui wishing In
struoi ion on either of the above iu-
tiiimeiits, will receive prompt at-
LjfVhi- tiiU.iD, by leaving their address at 1
- the iVIUBio stores 01 w 111. u. I'eters a
John vtiuruli and wui. si. l'oters.
JOHN H. DETERS,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
' ' No. 93 Went Foiirth-strcot,
RESPECTFULLY INVITES THE AT
'I'EKTION of his custoinors and tho public, to
h is large n'ock of FALL I1C0X3 AND.SHUKa, which
aro now open for iutpextion. Ills work is superior to
any kpt iu the city, and 1b warranted to pivo sntls
factloa to all who buy it. He sollB cheap for culh.
. au27 "
REMOVAL.
Ei MENDENHALL,
ninp, Book nnd Print-Sollor and Stationer,
llaa removed his business to tho more spacious
and convenioiit preminea,
Nl). Ill VihSX FIFTH-STREET, .
.1 (North sldo, near Miiin-atreet.)
Where lie will be pleaaed to see his old friends and
cutoiovrs, aul7
imTceeased excitement '
. , HUME'S . .
WITHINGTON BEER.
THI3 CELEBEiVTED BEER, INTRO
SUIIKll by tho undersigned, a few months
since, for the first time In thiscity.ls rapidly super
ceding in use all others. Its popularity ia equal to
Musty Ale. which cau only be procured genuine nt
the hliuHV Alu Cottitge, No. 104 Alaiu-strect, between
O'hird sud Fourth-streets. ,
'1 ' Hume's Ladies' Ale,
1 1 Superior to any in use, either domestic or Imported,
for ladies who are nursing, and their babes. The
properties of this Alo are highly tonic and invlgora. ,
ting, and Is particularly rocouiuiuudeU hy the i'uc
U"y" TIIE MANY IMITATORS
Of HUME'S MUSTY ALB, bavo, one by one, ciosod
thoir doors, or hnd thein closed hythe Sheriff, anil
tiie underHigued wilt givu Fifty Dollars honiiH, to any '
iinliviiliiiil wlm will produce a single ghus ol Musty
Ale, Witliincli.n lloer, or II uiiiu's LadioN' Ale, nt any
other establishment than the Musty AleCotingro.
My stock, ot the oi lidnul and ouly goniiiiioAlusty,
Chitmpaigne, flitter Old Amber,, aud other ciiolco'
brands of Ales, ami also l'nrtcr nnd Brown .Stout
comprising iuulUl.oiit SKVKN UUNDUD IIAJi
BELS, is uneijualed in the Union,
ai(17-tf 1 J. B. lll'JIE.
LHssolution of Partnership.
TV Partnership hertofore existing between
JL the 1111 dersigned, under the firm unnie of HKIKiH
A OntJJ Jt, t. kl. innUIVOII. Jl. Jt. Puil. 11 1..
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pitretian.il the uutiio interest of .loaenh V. Hoggs Iu
the said concern. JOMKPH P. JlKi.GS.
Notice of ' Cdpartnershirj.
THE undersigned huvo this day formed a
Copartnership, retaining the tlnn lmnie of
llr.ons & Smith, and will continue tho JEWtLHY
illiSlMSSS, No. (i West Fom tb-etreet, I'iiioiniiali.
llARttY K. BB11TH. '
' ' . (JHAULESG. IIUKltNEB.
JACKtiON SLANK.
IVhile rotiring from the lato firm of Br.ncs
Kmvtii. and thus dissolving my business relations
wlt.h that coBceru, I. still hope to roialu an Interest
in its prosperity mid success, and would cordially
reconiroend the -new Ann to' tho consideration anil
patronage of my IVienils and the public.
v JOSEPH P. DEGIiS.
Clncilinall, August 15, 1S.'.I. ' anlllnv
IMPOTENCY CURED,
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PULL VIGOR EESTOEED,
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ONE DOOB BELOW; TIKE'S OPKRA-HOUSE
, , .':;,''''-""- :'.'-' '
DR, JAMES CURES." 0J.D CHRONIC,
Mercurial, Syphilitic, and all diseases of tb
skin, blood and generative organs., j .,, ,:,.,..,. ,
" DISEASES PECULIAR TO PEM ACES, ) 5 fj
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Bitch as Amenorrhea, Byimenorrhea, Hetorrhogia, ., ,
Oholorosis, Nervons and General Debility, ic, uo , :
cesslully treated., t,r. ;.'. ,,'.Vi 1. ,'.'.",'.",',',I '
SB. JAWE8' long practice in ITow Orleans, and
the Indorsement of almost the entire Southern Press,
should convince- the most skeptical as tu his pro
ficiency. Thousands of testimonials could bo pro
duced ty the. Doctor, from persons whom he has
successfully treated, did not th delicacy of thtub
lect prevent the publication of names. ' ill
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BB. JA1IKS1 Office is No. 19 Wost Foorth-ttroet, , H . ,
np stain, one door below Pike's Opera-house, where
he can be consulted from nice A. Jt. tiUKer. M."; ,
All Profes3OTlirntert(wi'
.ujmi.'c; .'iAir-.Tr f.iH.i irjf.v:i:AW.r
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Vf (ojnulnsold MOUHA of tho very Tlest quality
or sale by .., . . :, J, FaJlOUHOS,
1 auri Cornel of Ninth and Vluentreots.
TEAS-BLACK AJD . GREEN . TEAS
8tlecit particularly tirflimilyaaes prloeand
quality. Warranted to tiive satisfaction, for sale'
in ouiiulitles to suit purchasers. Ilv
..I an8r y r Corner Ninth and Vine-streels.
ilTtfR- EXTRA t WHITE i WitEACril 1
Flour in barrels and aaokt Warranted, and
delirored 10 any part f the oily free of eharge.
" J.S'KHOUHON, .
', auM Ml m .Corner, Niota.and Vine strccls.
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