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T II II K 4 U A Y SEPTEMBER 1
Very interesting news will be found
under the telegraph head.
' We will girt one month 'i subscription
of the Prnnt Phisi to any person -who will
bring to us a oopyof our lstuo of Volume 1,
Ohio Mechanics' Institute—Opening
This morning the bustle of arranging the
rooms on the first floor and basements of
Pike's Opera-house, for Ohio Mechanics' In
stitute Exhibition, will be at its culminating
point, for the rooms will be thrown open this
evening to the public. The opportunity is
now given artists, mechanics and manufac
turers, to display to the best advantage! the
trophies of their skill. The indications are
that we are to he delighted with novelties,
aid to witness more than ordinary evidences
of a progressive taste and skill in Cincinnati
during tho present exhibition.
A Live Ex-Governor.
At the great risk of our own life, we have
Inadvertently taken the life (psragraphioally)
of Ex-Governor Chables A. WiccLim, of
Kentuoky. (Itemioally,) we to-day resurrect
him, better than ever. "He still lives," and
long may he live.
A social gathering of pupils and friends of
Wesleyan female College will take place at
this excellent institution to-night, introducing
the new President, Robert Alltn, in a sooial
way. Dr. Claiii will express toward the new
comer a suitable greeting. Already have we
proffered to Mr. Ally a cordial welcome to
this field of educational labor.
Like for Like—Homoeopathic Treatment
Gabriel Sleath, sn old gardener of this
city, pithily says, the soil is intended for
cultivation forever, as long as men of sense livo
on it. If the earth continues to give a bounte
ous crop, it must not be robbed of its power
to produce again and again. A sensible culti
vator will treat his land right, and the land will
treat him right. It must be properly under
drained; and, in measure and oharaoter, by ma
nure or othorwiso, the same properties taken
from the ground in crops must be returned.
This is an important point too frequently
ignored. We must be honost and kind to the
earth we must give and take and give back
of tho same kind wotake. If weproducos cron
of wheat, what the enrth parts with to make
wheat, must bo returned. What goes Into oom,
or wheat, or vegetables, must be returned in
kind, by ploughing in the sttilk or deoaying
leaf, or by similar constituent elements in ma
nure. The soil grows aiok and illiberal only
because we are poor dootorsand unskillful
nurses or husbandmen.
Cincinnati Horticultural Society.
This organization is rapidly becoming a
lift a estate in the realm. As a senate of the
people it is a decided Institution. It, as an
open forum, when the experienced terra-flori,
or horticulturist, can vindicate the best methods
and expose shallow artifice and bumluggery.
It oomprehends, as members, the thinking and
practical gardeners, fruit growers and nursery
men of the neighborhood, and is engrossing
the ottention of correspondents and contribu
tors from otherStates. It has business officers
and industrious committees; it has a full library
of books of reference, and illustrates in the
productions of Its members what industry and
' intelligence can do to improve and adorn what
it touohei. Every Saturday morning these
workers come from their gardens and their
orchards to the congress, disoass, debate, ex
hibit samples of novelties and compare. So
much for their self-culture. Semi-annually,
we, the people, are invited to their Fairs or
publis displays. The Fall Exhibition will be
held at the Falsos Garden, on Vine-street,
below Fifth, commencing September 6.
ThsCitt Council.. The City Couucil ad
journed last night, while disenssing the propo
aitlon to award the street cleaning contract.
The whole discussion was "flat, stale and un
profitable." There was but little business done;
what was done, in two instanoes, was recon
sidered. All important measures, in extraordi
nary oases only excepted, should be discussed
in committee, and after mature report further
detail would seldom be required. The bonds
of water works officers were sent in, and rt
teitcd, with expeetation that the reoeption
would be formal, and then the papers be re
turned to the special custody of the water
works Trustee. First, the return was refused;
then granted. The subject matter of amending
the Street Railroad ordinance, so as to reduce the
width of gnage from five feet two inches to
four feet ten inches, was introduced, but was
summarily laid on the table. We prophesy
that it will V tsken np tad passed.
Editorial and Selected Melange.
The anatomists say that the vocal organ is
the most perfect musical instrument ever
constructed. Why is it that we have not
American voices more generally cultured for
Opera Music? Mrs. James, and others, mani
fest the native power of our own melodists
when trained by skillful masters. We appre
hend that the wide-spread taste for music in
our midst has been accelerated by the skill
and labors of our musical instructors in the
common schools, and by the measures of the
Music Committee of tho School Board.
Tho severe restriction against free colorod
pcoplo entering New Orleans goes into effect
A German lady took her lad, soma threo
years old, to her Lutheran Minister, the other
day, for a privato christening. She had him
dressed up, bead combed, and hair nicely
"roaohed," which was done to the complaisant
satisfaction of young Uermano-Amerloo. As
the sprinkling was being done, and the hand
laicj on the lad's head, ho abruptly broke forth,
"Darn yon, don't you spile my roach, or I'll
kick you." The parson got through formally;
bat, with him and the mother, on retiring,
there was s hearty explosion in laughter. You
can got along with bigger bodies than that
boy, provided you don't ijoil their roavh.
Contributions are being made in the several
diocese of the United States for an American
Seminary or College in Romo.
OllBBLIK CoLLKGB CoMMBNCEliKNT. Tho
Twenty-sixth Annual Commencement of O'oer
lin College, took place on Wednesday, 24th of
August. There was a graduating class of
twenty-five five of them were young ladies,
and one a colored man.
Be busy in improving the instrumentali
ties within your reach. Our reason always
employs itself with success, when it strives
to render experimental truths useful to us:
when it prudently makes use of God's favors
and praises him for tho samo. This is the
whole sunt of man's kuowlccige.
Too Many Sessions. The courago of the
preacher and the patience of the hearers give
way under too many lisoourses. Short ser
mons and spicy, should be the order of the
The Explosion on tub Albbhari.k and
Cntsr.PKAKK CaKal. The three slaves killed
by the explosion of a boiler on the Albemarle
and Chesepeako Canal, last Tuesday, were
owned by Messrs. Nehemiah Foreman, Jesse
D. Sykcs and Calob J. Etterage, The whole
loss by the accident is $10,000. The Norfolk
Argus says of the explosion :
It was heard ;everal miles distant. Three
valuable young Blave men were terribly man
gled, and a large portion of the body of one of
the killed could not be found. One was out in
two; heads and limbs were blown off, and por
tions of flesh and blood scattered in overy di
rection. The machine was completely wrecked,
and the huge timbers of which it was made
thrown about and shivered to pieces. Large
limbs were torn from trees a hundred feet from
the machine, and the place where the accident
ooourrod presented frightful evidences of the
force and power of the explosion.
Hogs Assessed in Kentucky.
The Louisville Courier has received the re
turns of the hogs assessed in that Stato for tho
present year, from all the counties but eleven.
The counties that aro not yet reported aro Jef
ferson, Letoher, Marion, Harlan, Ferry, Simp
son, Union, Franklin, Greenup, Hardin and
Hickman. The report last year embraced all
the counties but two. They were Marion and
Harlan, neither of which have reported this
and the returns of this season
with last, embraces all but nine counties, as
Hogs assessed In lfW4 1,0(19,802
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Extimfttod Increase lu nine counties lfl,onn
Total increnso this year it, Cm
Lexington Races. There will be two meet
ings on the Lexington Race-grounds this fall;
an extra one, commencing on Saturday, Sep
tember 10, and wbloh will oontinuo during
Monday and Tuesday of tho State Pair. The
regular meoting will commenco on Monday,
the 20th of the same mouth, and oontinuo all
the week. These races are always attended
by "sporting men," from all parts of the
oountry. We believe they have tho reputation
of being conduoted with fairness, and thoso
desirous of investing in uncertainties would
well to attend. Handbills, giving full par
ticulare, oan be seen at different plaoos in our
Akefstov a Missouri Judge. Judge John
Watson was recently arrested at Keytesville,
Chariton County, on a charge of having been
one of the party who broke open the county
safe, about a year and a half ago, and robbed
it of some f 5,000. Tho Grand Jury of that
oounty indioted him for grand larceny and
burglary, and be was required to give bail to
the amount of $2,000. This caso attraots
great deal of publia attention, partly from
fact that the accused is a man of considerable
wealth, and at the time the crime was com-
mitted was one ef the Judges of the County
Tlt is estimated that the song of T
Old Arm Chair, set to music, has clcarod the
publisher over ?20O,000. Tho following re
ceipt shows its original cost:
Received, May 14, 1841, of Mr. Charles
Jeffreys, the sum of two pounds twoshillingH,
for copy ngiit ot words song ol written by me,
entitled Iht Old Arm Chair, music by Mr.
The song has since cost a Mr. Kyle,
London, about $10,000, (costs of a suit,)
contesting an injunction restraining him
from printing and selling it.
Sfk man who lives at Douvrcnd, Europe,
dcclaros so says an English paper that
sixty years he has drank three quarter litres
(nearly two bottles) of brandy, four cups
coffee, and four litres of cider a day; nnd this
bas been calculated to amount to 114,675 litros
of liquid in all, or sufficient to turn a certain
mill, at Carriers, for the period of one hour
minutes and thirteen seconds.
E?JW. II. Barber, un English lawyer,
convicted of forgery some yearn since, and
sent to a penal settlement whero he was pub
licly whipped and kept in chains, bus
last been found innocent tho victim of
foul conspiracy. Ho spent $50,000 indofend
ing himself when on trial, end half this sura
Parliament has awarded to him.
-"Steam power has been applied to sewing-machines.
An nprigbt engine bas been
introduced into a elothing manufactory at
wbloh cocupies the spice of about
eubio foot, and works several sewing-machines
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Washington, August 31. Aocording to dis
patches received at the Navy Department,
dated the 13th inst., Minister MoLane was
Sassing the summer at the city of San An
reas, and would return to Vera Crux Sep
tember 1. ,
Two Spanish frigates, and one French brig
of war were at Bacrificios. ,
The sick list of the Saralngt was slowly in
creasing, but tho captain hoped, by careful
attention, to stay the progress of tho discaso,
although it was in the micbt of the sickly
A letter rencived in this city from Vera
Crus states that Minister Otway has been
ordered by tho British Government to avoil
himsolf of the leave of absence previously
granted, and surrendor tho clurgo of tho Le
gation to Mr. Matthews, the Secretary of the
Ably-writton circulars have been addressod
by Ocampo to tho Governors of the several
States of Mexico, impressing upon them the
necessity and importance of enforcing the
recent reformatory decrees of the Constitu
Nothing concerning the late Convention
between Guatanmla and Great Britain, the
former ceding a large extent of territory, has
reached this Government in tin official form,
but it is known that the Administration is
not an iudill'erent observer of events in that
numerous applications are pending lor tne
Deputy MarshuUhip for taking tho next
census, but no appointments will be made
until furthor legislation by Congress.
Lieutenant J. J. Bojlo has beou ordered to
proceed to Panama to report to flag-ofHcer
Montgomery for duty as Naval Sture-keoper
und Commissioner of Stores.
Later from Pike's Peak.
St. Louis, August 81. A special dispatch
to tho Bulletin suyB that tho Express from
Denver City, with" dates to the 21th inst.,
reached Leavenworth to-day. The richness
of tho new diggings at the head-waters of
the South Plntte is confirmed, but tho pros
pects of profitable mining are not flat
tering, owing H the distant location, the
roughness of the roads and the difficulty
in procuring supplies. Four quartz grinders
were in successful operation in Gregory Val
ley. The Express brought a large quantity
of gold dust.
An Indicn fight took place on the 13th
inst., on tho banks of tho Running "Water,
between tho Sioux and Poness. Eleven of
the latter wero killed and many wounded.
New Yoke, August 31. An arrivul fur
nishes advices from Port-au-Prince to the
15th inst. Business was dull. The receipts
of coll'ee during the week amounted to 609
At Jacincl business was also dull. The
prices of provisions and merchandize were
generally maintained, but the recovery of
trade whs vury Blow. Similar reports in re
gard to tho dullness of trade aro received
from Aux Caves, .Icrcmil, Cape liaytiau and
Gouaivez. The stock of provisions at Jere-
mcl was almost exhausted ou the 8th iustant,
when a Bmull supply wns received from the
Capital, coastwise. President Jcflrard had
approved of the Haytian tariff, onactcd by
the Corps Legielatill, on thoaotnot July lost.
Arrival of the Bavaria.
Nrw Yoek, August 31 . The steamer Ba
varia has been signaled below. Sbe left
Southampton on the 18th, and her advices
have been anticipated.
The 7amrin arrived at four o'olock this af
ternoon. She left Southampton on the 17th
inst., and her advices are anticipated. She
passed Cape Race on the morning of the 27th
She spolto in latitude 50, longitude 20, the
ship Saraiiak, from Liverpool for Philadel
phia;"on tho 22,1, in Intitndo 50, longitude 25,
the steamer Ocean 0""? h.nne; on thouOtb,
in latitude 48, longitudo 50, the steamer City
of Mmtchetter, hence; on tho 27th, in latitude
411, longitude 51, tho steamor Pcrtia, hence.
Pitisburu, August 31 JI. River twenly
fivo inches at tho glass-homo, and stationary.
St. Louis, August 31 P. M. River rison
twenty-nvo inches at this point in the Inst
tvronly-fuurbours, and is still swelling. The
riso comes from tbo Osnge and Gasconade,
tributaries of the lowor Missouri, both of which
aro Rt flood bight. Nothing new from the Il
linois or Upper Mifsissippi: both continue on
tho decline Weather cloudy and cool.
PiiTsmino, August 31 P. M. River un
changed since noon. Weather olear.
Louisville, August 31 P. M. The river
falling, with three feot eight inchos in the
lioniESTBK, AtiL'ust .11. A young innn
namod W. II. Dennison lull from the Genes
see Falls, this afternoon, whilo witnessing
tho performance of M. De Lave, on his tight
rope, and was instantly killed. Ho fell but
short distance from where Sam Patch met his
Decline of Eastern Exchange in Chicago.
Chicago, III., August 31. Eastern Ex
change declined i this morning, and all the
Bonkers uro noiv drawing at Vi premium,
with the prorpect of a further decline as soon
as our grain crop is fully moving. Timet.
Maduon, Wis., August 31. TheRepublicsn
Convention to-usy nominated Alexander W,
Randall, the present incumbent, for Governor,
The voto stood, Kundall 118; Sohurz, 48; scat
Mail Robber Arrested.
Carlisle, Pa., August 31. Peter Kefanore
was arrested to-day by Special Mail Agent
Moore, on the charge of rifling letters, at the
Conterville Postoffioe, of money. A hearing
of the caso will be baa (September o.
Detroit, August 31. Major Jonathan
Koarsloy, a resident of this oity for over forty
years, and a prominent actor in tne early Ms
tory of Micbigun, died this morning.
St. Louis, AugUBt 31. Tbo steamer Wm. L,
Eiciwi sunk in the Upper Rapids ou fcunday.
The boat was valued at $22,000; insured for
Nkw YortK, August 31. The steamship
Ann eailcd tor Liverpool at noon, w-aay,
with upward of $ll)0,t)()0 in specie.
Arrival of the Ariel.
Nkw Yoek, August 31. The steamship
Ariel, from Havre and Southampton, arrived
here at midnight. Her advices are to the 17th
ultimo, and have been anticipated.
Fire at Oswego.
Onwfoo, August 31. The Niagara House
was destroyed by fire to-day. Loss amounted
to $8,000, on which there is no insuranoe.
I jktTMr. Wogoner, tho gentleman who en
' lightened a congregation reoentlv during,
' revival, in regard to the oonduet of bis wife.
chased lor paramour from oburobon Sunday.
Indianapolis Sentinel, Aug. 30.
fiST" The Mobile AdvrttUet records
death of Major George W. Thrift and
kelson Parker, two old and valuable citizens,
On the 31t Instant, by Prof. M. P. Gaddns, Mr
Usury P. Baduer to Miss Oabris Ii.Cou.AHia, all
of tlila city.
Acoompanylnf the above notice cams a bountiful
supply of refreshments, for which the fair bride will
aocpt our thanks, as well as best wishes for her
happiness and prosperity through life. Hay the
liappf eoupls live to a good old sge; and when "lifo's
fitful dream la o'r," may their spirits bask In the
sunny climes of eternal bliss.
On Tuenday afternoon, August 30, at the residence
of the brl.los parent,outh-eaiitcomer of Clinton aud
Jolm-streets, by Elder Wllllnm P. Stratton, Mr.
Ip.wis G, Hulinqs and Hiss Ei.ru Staff, all or Cin
cinnati. . i . '
On Tuesday morning, August 30, at the residence
of the ljriil' parents, No. 2M ongrewi-strent, by
Itev. S. It. Wilson, tir. John I. Kurrand Lpon.i.A
Alice, daughter of Stephen and Catherine Whoelur.
On Tuesday, 3Htb inst., Carbik, daughter ol Dr. C.
8. and Harriot Muscroft, aged sixteen months.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A SAVE, (AST AND EFFECTUAL CURB, FOR
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Ac.
SErTwenty-five cents per bottlo."W
' GKO. M. DIXONDrogglst, ' '
au29-cni Corner of Fifth and Malu-l rests.
H. 8. Mitts' Co., Thursday morning, September 1,
at nine o'clock, Merchant Tailors' Quods. See adv.
Thomas JoHKSTon-Tuesrtay morning, September 8,
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Ac. See adv.
1UJSINESS MEN'S PRAYER
M KKTINdSore hold every morning In the
ointment of tho First Church. All are Invited, jyl
LEONARD SWARTZ WILL
hn a cjuxlitlnte for Countv Commissioner of
ttaiml'on Couuly at tho ousuing October election.
PUBLIC LECTURES THIS
eveninff. to-uiorrow evening and Saturday
mulling, in Uturary Hall, 87 Hunt Thir.l-ftreet, set
ting forth the peculiar character of tho Cincinnati
Literary and Scientific Institute, and the superior
attractions and advantages It presents. All friends
of education, especially thoio who desire to tee it
exhibited in its most improved forms, are respect
fully invited. Seats free. seplc
flS5L. P. F. SONS OP TEIW-
afCS? PEBANOE. - CINCINNATI DIVISION,
Mo. t, 8. orT., will meet, b usual. THIS (Thurs lay,)
EVENING, September 1. in the Hall oft lie A. P. A.,
on PIiidi street, betweon bvvouth and Eighth, Offi
cers and llrothers are particularly requested to be
present, especially thoao who have not attended reg
ular, as bimin- ea of tho utmost Importance will be
brought up before the Division. lepl-a"
DIED. HALF FARE
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Grand JntIoiml Horse Show and Ladles
Equestrian Fair To be held at Dayton,
September 6, 7, 8 and 9, 1859.
fare for the Round Trip, $1 TS.
(jy-TIIIS EXHIBITION IS DESIGNED
jt?2F to irel any thing of the kind ever given In
111. United StntPH. stoma of the mo.t noted home.
of the country will be at fay ton.
A large amount 01 prninmuis aro to lienlnrrluiiteu.
Seats have been orecied to ar.commo.lnto thirty thou
sand visitors. And the candidutua for Governor, will
idretiH the people on the yrh mid.
SaTfn addition to tho Keuiilar Trains.' A HALF
FAKE TRAIN will bo run dally during the con.
tiuunucooi tne Fair, lioaving Cincinnati at 6:40 A
M.. leadline Dnyton nt tIM A. 41. xooDins at nil
way stations, lttturnlng, will leave D.ytnn fit.VU
M. stopping at all way etations. 'the half Kare
TlrkotK, will ulsn be good on the 7:10 P. SI. Train
fp in Dayton fur Miamlsburgh, O'.irlMe, Mklillotown,
Mftnimnn, liK'iiuaie una i;iurinnati, us regular stop,
plug stations. D. McLABKN, Superintendent.
11, A. SMITH,
US West Sixth-street,
' CINCINNATI. sepl-cin
Lr.EHDIRT STL. JAMES TSRBT,
L. BYL & CO.,
CLEANERS OP SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. Oil Slxtli-strot, between Vine and Bace,
tho Modi, el Collogo, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may furor uswim ineir patronage, cnu rely on punc-
tnality and low prices.
BRILLIANT IN COLOR,
PERFECT IN CONTOUR,
LIGHT AS A GOSSAMER,
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
No. 149 Main-street,
30O Pestnlozzinn Song Books,
1,000 Sander's Speller,
500 each. Handor'H First, Second and
300 cncli, Sander's Fourth and Fifth
500 Webster's Heliool Dictionary,
5(10 Webster's Speller anil Dcflitcr,
300 Mitchell's Primary Geography,
200 Mitchell's Seoffravhy and Atlns,
200 Dnviei.' IiCBcndre nnd Bourdon,
Together with a full stock of all leading
Tiojks, for sale at publishers' net prices.
A largo and well selected assortment of School
Stationary. We invite the attention of Booksellers,
Teachers and others, to our stock and prices. .
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT,
Wholesale Booksellers oak Stationers,
No. 112 Main-street.
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, RECEIVED
DAILY BY EXPRESS, and
Sold, wholesale and retail) by
JOSEPH G. N0URSE,
au3l-d li West Fourth-street, cornor of Elm.
RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT AND
FOB SALE at the
6.1 WEST FOVBTIt-STREET,
A flue Assortment of boat Quality of LINEN
THKEADS for SEWING MACHINES.
au3l-bt J. H. JOUVET, Agent.
J0UN R. MORTON. CALVIN W. THOMAS
i J. a. MORTON & CO.
No. 29 WEST THIUD-UTRBBT,
. , ' CINCINNATI, OHIO, , ...
Dealers in Exchnnsre. Bank Nates and Coin,
Psrlicnlnr attention paid to Collections, and return,
promptly made. auis-bw
MRS. J. A.'ORTH,
LADIES' AND GENTS
No. 3 Id Fifth-street,
Between Elm and Plum, CINCINNATI.
Oomba, Hair Oil, Perfumery, Fancy Soaps aid
N. B. Shirts, and all kinds of Furnishing floods,
made to order. suSt-am
Professor of tho Guitar and Flute.
T.a,. 1 nf1 flantlAtfl.n wl.hinff lU- '
amotion on either of the above in-
irninmit.. will receive orompv i
Ti tonilnn. b laavlnii thalr address
- ,h. Mx.ln HnM. nt U 111. fl PeterS
Bom; John Church and Wm. M. Peters. auM-am
JOHN H. DETERS,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. S3 West Fourtli-etrcet,
ESTECTFULLY INVITES THE AT-
, ipVMTTnK nf hi. riiatnttlAn anil 111. ntlbllc. to
1.1. l.riTM.tnrli f V A 1,1, HOOTS AND SHOKS. Which
are now ODn for Inspection. Ills work Is superior to
any kept in the city, and in warrnuted to give muis
fuctiuo to all who buy it. He sells cheap for cash.
ninn. Rook and Print-Seller and Htntloner,
Has removed his business to the more spacious
and convenient premised,
HO. 10 WEST FIFTH-STREET,
(North side, noar Main-street,)
Where he will be pleased to see his old friends and
ESPECIALLY TREATS DISEASES OF
THE SKIN, RHEUMATISM, DISEASES OF
WOMEN, and such Coronio complaints as may be
benelltted by the Bygyenlo and Atmopathio system
of bis office.
Vapor, Sulphur, Iodine, Arsenic, Mercury, Tur
kish, Busilan and Electro-Chemical Baths, a Dls
pensary of Medicine, and every manner of Elecfrio
and Magnetic Apparatus. ,
NO. 67 WEST SIXTH-STBEET.
arOffloe hours 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. aul9-tfl
Fancy Costumes aud Ball Dresses.
THE LADIES oFciNCINNATI ARE
respectfully informed, that I am now making
ti order all deioriptions of Fancy C( stunies, such a.
Ball and Fancy JJreM, lheatric.il .Wardrobes, tc.
Apply to MltS. WAH11LN,
Corner Plum and Fifth sts., entrance on Fifth.
THIS CELEBRATED BEER, INTKO
DUCEB bv the undersigned, a few months
since, for the first time in this city, is rapidly super-o-dlug
in use all others. Its popularity is equal to
Musty Aie, wnicn can umy u. muvmou
the Mn.iv Ale Cottage, No. 104 Main-atreet, between
Third and Fourth-streets. ...
Hume's Ladies' Ale,
B.,,.in t.. amr in either domeetlo or imported.
for ladles who are uurntniJ, and their babes. The
properties ot this Alo are nigiiiy lon.o u iiivibo..
tir.g, and is particularly rocommeuded by the fac-
Ult)r" THE MANY IMITATORS '
Of HUME'S MUSTY ALE, have, one by one, closed
their dours, or had them cluseu by ihe sheritt, and
the undesigned will give Fifty Dollars bonus, to any
individual who will produce a single, gluas of Musty
iin withiniffnn llcer. or HunWs Ladies' Ale, at auy
othereatablishiiient than the Musty AleOottBge.
My stoca ol tne orif-'inai aim ouiy kuuuiiiu iiiimiy,
Chompaie-ne, Bitter Old Amber, and other choice
brum s ol Ales, aau aiso loner ami .
comprising lu all about STCVKN UUNUBE1) BAB
ItKLS, is unc.iualeit in lira Union.
CUT THIS OUT!
TTHEN READ IT, AND THEN PRE
. sent it to your nearest nnd dearest lrieml, with
the re.iuest that It shall be inserted lu the nrat page
of his scrap book. mo ,. . .
Mr. liDWAUD li. JUUanAT, nu. iij
soils Periodicals, Books and Hongs. Wo append a
lint of a fow of the Periodicals which may be ob
tained nt his store, No. 218 li'ith-street,
New York Lcdgsr ceun.
Now York Mercury 4 cents.
New York Weekly cents.
Harper's Weokly - cents.
Frank Leslie - nte.
Now York (,'lippor - cents.
I'orter's Spini - - - cents.
Police Gn-iWttc cents.
Flag of Our Union cents.
Saturday Evening Post 4 cents.
Hew York ric.iyune 4 cents.
New York Waverly 4 cents.
Wnrerlv Magazine 6 cenU.
Line-ot-Bnttle-!hlp 4 cents.
Rcientittc American... 4 cents,
Scientific Artisan 4 cents.
Uuiuiei- of tiislii 4 touts.
Scottish American Juuruol A cents.
Roaton Pilot Scents.
Irish News 6 cents.
liifo Illustrated 4 cents.
Home Journal 4 cents.
Weekly Novelette 4 cunts.
Independent , 4 cents.
Century & cents.
Agitator - o cuius,
Boston Investigator 4 cents,
Ballon 's Pictorial 6 cents,
New York WoeklytHeruid.... 4 (Bents,
New York Weekly Tribliue u 4 Cents,
New York Weekly Times...... 4 cents.
Leslie's German Paper ... 5 cents.
True Flag - 4 con Is,
Constellation .i . 4 cents.
New York Dispatch ,v i cents,
Harper's Magazine :.':...!'....'...!& cents,
Uodcy's Lady's Book ....211 cents,
Atlantic. Mngnzine ...t!0 cents,
Leslie's Magazine..,, M 20 cents,
Knickerbocker Magazine...- - ,...20 cents,
meat itepuuno Mommy m cenis,
Alt Yoar Itound 20 cents,
Warerly MuK.iziue (monthly parts) 20 emits,
Peterson's Maga'ino n H...... IS couts.
Arthur's Home Mngaziuc, ..! cents,
Ladies' American Magazine .............18 centB
Novelette (monthly parts)
Hu.lg.it of Fun
Water Cure Journal
Hunt's Mnndiiiuta Mugaine
Eclectic Miicazine ....
North Itrilisli l.Hview , w coins,
Loudon Quarterly Iteview SO cents.
had better call on
EDWARD I. MTJEEAY,
NO. 218 FIFTH-STREET,
, . Between. Elm and Plum,
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO,
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL
YARD. ON FREEMAN-ST., NEXT TO
Cincinnati. Hamilton and Davton Railroad.
We would call the attention of purchasers of Lumber
w me iouowing uui oi rnces:
Clear, 3 in. Plank, per M feot.,
" a " "
IM " " , ..
' l " "
" 1 In. Board, "
X " ' ..
1st Com., :i in. Plank, "
...$112 00 $1211
" ,i "
Grub Pl'k, 2
3d Com., 1 "
Wnite-pine sencuig o us,
, 47 t
24 60 '
10 00 ,
11 511 '
16 50 ,
IS 75 .
" " " 15and2Uft....
Poplar : " ,
Pine ' "
Oak ' "
1st Com. AVhite.pluc Flooring Boards,
2d Com. ' " "
3d Com. " " "
Yellow-nine Flooring Boards
" clear for steps .' 37 50
1st Com. Wblte-plns Weathor Boards, 1 00
2d Com. " . " , "
1st Com. Partition Boards
2d Com. " M
For Dressed Lumber, $1 Ml for on
side, and ti for two siaes extra will
No. 1 Shared Shingles
No. 1 Sawed r
Tnfnrlnr nunlltlea in nro.lortion.
Cedar Fencing Posts, 4 by 4 in. eaih.
" ' " Bough
T,ru-nt " "
On bills of J50O or over a further reduction of i per
cant .1. made.
At these prices we have two or three million feet
gooo peasonea ljUinoer iorsaie.
raniea wisuiug wpunnHw uutuoer win qo wan
AiiumAB w. lAuaia uu,
give us a cell.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE ' PARTNERSHIP HERETftfonH
nxlftlng botween tin under the Arm of WOOD,
LEA A 01).. la ihl. day rih
Spoiitor will be paid by
dhwolved by mutual consent,
our successor., if. biiuio.-
, W. B. WOOD, .......
'J. Mrll. LEA.
B. ELLIS, Ja.
We cordially recommend our enccesaors. Messrs. B..
ELLIS, J a., k Co., to our customers and friends. -W.
J. McO. LEA.
.., ,. CiaciNXATI, August 30, 1&50.
The undersigned daa thla nay formed a copartner
ship with Mr J AMDS W. VINTON, In the name of
K Kills, Jr., k ls tVir the purpoao of continuing the
Ilnnking Exchange and Collection buslnsas, at the '
old stand of Wood, Lea (Jo., No. 1ft West Thlrd-
ireet, and solicits u w""" e""u"S
.he friends of the old !' B. ELLIS, Ja.
Cincinnati, Angmt Wijjgj
. SOUTHG ATE HOUSE,
South-eastcornorof Slith aud Elm, Cincinnati, O.
m HE SUBSCRIBER' HAVING RENEWED
X his l.-ase of tho Soutli.tato Houe, and expended
a large amount of mony ill iu ln(i, carpeting, and
rcfurnishins it. introducing BatJilUH-rooms, Water
closets, and every possible convenience ud luiury
Ihrouehoiit, invltw a cnntluna not pt ton public pat
Mnsge.' He fuels confident that 1 ho house will be
found, with its reconl uuproviym.j, " ""'".
condition than when first opened ft r the reception or
incuts. The location or the hotel 1 centrsl and con
venient, either fur uptown visits or down-town
business: Meals aro reitularly seiv-Ml at Hie table
d'hote, or in private rooms, and fnrnlbc.l nt all
hours; Tho torms are SI por day, ai d Bccornmnjla.
Hon cmat to any $1 00 por day how a i In the city.
The house will be kept open night t ad day, at all
hours. Omnibwsns will be lu attondan ce to and Opm
tbecars Brenkfsst for early train. And for the
rest, the proprietor leaves his guests to speak for
Urn. (sopll f. F. WATaOH, .Proprietor. .
OHIO WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
Closing Ceremonies, Sept. 1, 2 and 3, '59.
$5 There and Back.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
G A. M.,' EXPRESS TRAIN, (COLUMBUS
Time,) reaches Sulphur Station at 10:50 A. II.;
SAM Express Train, reaob.es Sulphur Station
at 1-53 I". M. D. MiiLAKKN, Superintendent.
0YSTEES! FRESH OYSTERS
.."AT. ' .
253 Walnut-street, ,
I HAVE COMMENCED FOR THE SEA
SON the sale of J. B. MANN & CO.', superior
"Vji'llW.'lu .. f, .1 it. Mank A Co.
flvstrs cooked in a superior style at our usual mod.
KELSEY & CO.'S
0ffice30 West Fourth-Btreet,
WE ASK OP A EISCRIMINA'XINU
public, in piireult of a reliable. Sewing-Ma
chine, the most rigid comparison ot tne merits ?i
these Machines witn auoinen in ine nmiui. n
court It, being sure It will result in our favor. ,
W. HARRINGTOH Si CO.,
.'..-.! A stents.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO,
nn ihA afini-tnat notice, and In the latest ana
most fashionable st do, all kinds of
BILLS OF LADING;
BILLS OF FABRi
IN PINS BTVL AT UOBBBATI MtlCSS.
FRANCISCO & CALDWELI,
FULL VIGOR RESTORED,
IN FROM ONE TO THREE 'WEEKS,
NO. 79 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
ONE DOOR BELOW ;PIXX'I OPEBA-HOTJIH
DR. JAMES CURES OLD CHRONIC,
Mercurial, Syphilitic, and all diseases of the
skin, blood and generative organs.
DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES,
Such as Amonorrhea, Dysmenorrhea, Bfetorrhogta,
Uholorosis, Nervous and General Debility, Ac, suc
cessfully treated. . . v, . ,;
DB. JAMES' long practice in New Orleans, and
tho indorsement of almost the entire Bouthorn Press,
should convince, the most ekeptlcal as to bis pro
flclency. Thousonda of testimonials could, be pro
duced fey the Doctor, from persons whom he has
successfully treated, did not the delicacy of the sub.
ject prevent the publication of names, ., i
DR. JAKES' Office Is No. 79 West Fourth-street,
np stairs, one door below Pike's Opera-house, where
he can bo consulted from nine A. M, till firs P. M.
LD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE;
Genuine old MOCHA of the very best nualltr
or sale by J. FsItUUKON,
au25 Corner of Ninth and Vlnoatrwts.
JL Selected particularly for family me, price and
Quality warrauieo, to give laiMiaction,
In iruantitlos to suit purchasers.
AND GREEN TEAS
Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
FLOUR EXTRA WHITE WHEAT
Flour In barrels and sacks. Warranted, and
deliver id to any part of theeityfree of charge.
.', au3 .Comsr Ninth and VUif streets.
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