IMPORTERS OF ANTJJDEALISRS IN
CO West Fourth street,
Pike's Opera -House Building.
THE PRE S S.
Printed bv ki Caloric."
omen no. 14 wkst fourth strkkt.
FRIDAY SKl'TEMBBR i
Owing to the length of oar telegraph
reports, we are compelled to leave out a lot of
other interesting, news natter this morning.
St. Stephen's Day.
This is the anniversary day of KlngSTgFHif!!
of Hungary. How long will it be before the
patron Saint secures the iron crown to be worn
by no usurper?
Reappearance of the Aurora Borealis.
Those who niii tho owl-train, who were
out last night, after the meridian hour, were
observers of the brilliant phenomenon of the
skies, which is known as the Northern Light.
The name roseato hues, variegatod-peucil-linge,
and phosphorescent light, but not to so
great extent as that of Sabbath eve.
The American Movement.
Tbs National American Association held
another meeting last night, when the subject
wm debated : Shall Amerioans unite with the
"Opposition," or be in opposition on their own
hook, by being distinctively "Americans."
No deeided step was taken. Mr. T. C. Warns
advocated the "union" movement, lie was
supported by Professor Lippktt, Mr. Martin
and Mr. Dablino. The out-and-outers were
Edqab JoHMsroN and Geo. Stackhouss. The
debit will he continued next Thursday night.
United States Pharmacopæia to be
Oar Cincinnati Pharmacists are up to time.
They are Young America, go ahead people,
and will take as spirited interest in the pro
posed reformation of the Medical Pharmaco
peia, as any aisooistion in the States. In
Hay, of next year, a Medical Convention will
bo held, at Washington City, of Delegates of
State Medical Societies, of Colleges of Physi
cians and Surgeons, and Colleges of Pharmacy
throughout the United States. Last night, the
Cincinnati College of Pharmacy appointed the
following delegates, viz : E. S. Waynr, W. J.
M. Goddon, and William P. Mkrmi.l.
The Mechanic's Exhibition.
The first night oame, and we have again bad
another opportunity of meeting the inventors,
meohaolos and manufacturers of Cincinnati, at
a Holiday Pair, surrounded with the harvest
of their labor and skill represented before us.
In the first plaoe we have some of the most
substantial, good-natured, gond-looking men
and women, who are always prompt, practical
and progressive. Thai were on band as they
ought to have boen, with the space they had
engaged, fully occupied everything la its
place, and every article got up in tip-top
style. But there are several laggards latter
diy saints who bring their articles always
the day after the fair is open. Ws want them
all to hurry up, and get everything in just the
plaoe they should be, and then we will go
round and inspeot and describe. We love,
honor and cherish the producer and the educer.
The halls are full of the evidences of their skill,
and we will give merit a fitting reward a good
mention. Swarm in, people, and make your
eyes glad. You must be the patrons.
The Opera and its Patrons.
It may bs on account of the absenteeism
from the city of numerous patrons of the
opera that so splendid an opportunity of en
joying a musioal treat as afforded last night
in "Poliuto," at Pike's Opera-house, was
omitted by so many.
We assure the people of taste and culture
that the splendid temple of niusio, erected by
tie munificense of one public-spirited man,
may still be found accessible on Fourth-street.
There, nightly, the noblestthemes, illuminated
by the adjuncts of artistic dress, voices and
action of the best trained lingers, with or
chestra and chorus of great excellence, are pre
sented to please and improve the attendants.
To those able to avail themselves of its ad
vantage, it is one of the choicest resorts in our
eity. To-night the American prima donn,
the Cinolnnati favorite, is to appear under eir
eamstanees which should fill the house. There
will be but one more opportunity to attend
the opera for some time. Let Mrs. James re
ceive a most eoTdial greeting.
Committees of the City Council.
Trsditionally, municipal business has been
nominally oonSded to separate committees of
the City Council. When a new Board as
sembles, numerous new members oome in from
the wards, and it is perhaps a year before
they are fully prepared by a knowledge of
rules of order and by personal address, to have
an effective influence at the Board, or secure
votes for their favorite project, even when
manifestly for the public good. We fear that
the pay of on, dollar per ni.jht for the weekly
publio meeting has proved an injury to the
pubilo. Ill-digested plans are presented at
the Board, are diicaised and often intrigued
through by the talkative or the managing few.
Thirty-six men ait at their appointed plaoes,
but six of them perhaps rale the thirty. There
is a way to remedy this one whioh will give
the man ef sotumon sense, but little gift of
speech, the benefit of his advioe and remon
strance. We mean by making it imperative in
most instanoes that committees shall meet
weekly, and there mature publie business.
There each man can hare his proper influence.
Let there be more meetings of committees.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Additional Foreign News.
ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA.
Nkw York, Seplembor 1. The steamship
Ariea, from Liverpool on the 20th ult., ar
rived here at elevon o'clock this morning.
Her commercial advices have been antici
pated by the arrival of the Jamm at St. Johns.
The papers received furnish the following
It was rumored at Paris that Marshals Can-
robert and Neil had fought a duel, in which
ttie latter was killed.
The long-pending trial of Dr. Smethurst
had terminated, and he was sentenced to be
hung. The testimony elicited at tho trial
showed that Dr. Smcthnrat had got up a fic
titious marriage with Miss Bunks, having at
tho same timo a wife living, and slowly poi
soned her for the sake of her money.
The builders' strike was continued at Lon
don. John Edward Butler, of the firm of Butler
& Smart, solicitors, of London, has absconded.
He is a defaulter to tho amount of 100,000.
Francs. The Emperor Napoleon has or
dered two Government steamers to proceed to
Algiers and Guano to bring back the polit
Tho Paris correspondent of the London
Nem intimatos that tho news from Italy hnd
much to do with the Emperor's amnesty, mid
that the impossibility of carrying out the
peace of Villa Frunca'in accordance with the
views of Austria, had made Niipnleon reflect
seriously on the necessity of rallying the men
of all parties nbout his standard.
Tho projeoted f irtiflcationn at Antwerp wore
exciting Increased at ton lion at Paris.
Italy. The Chevalier Fiirui had quitted
Mudcn for Parma to assume tho dictatorship
offered him. Tho Municipality had issued a
proclamation expressing an unanimous desire
for this, and the people evinced great en
thusiasm. Tho government had purchased four thou
sand rifles and invited the disbanded corps of
the Alps to tuke service under Parma.
Austria It was reported from Vienna
that the Emperor was getting impatient at the
delay in the restoration of the Grand Dukes,
and also that the Austrian enrpa d'armie whs to
be concentrated near Rovigo, on the road to
the Legations and the oity of Molona.
Itai.t. A decree hnd been issue I at Bo
logna, declaring; all the citizens of Roniagna,
without distinction of religion, equal in law
and in the exercise of tbeir political rights.
Father Gavani had been preaching at Bo
logna. John Moody, second mate of the ship .Vary,
of Bath, had been committed in England, on
the oharge of wilful murder, in killing, on
board that ship, while it was lying in the
Tyne, a seaman named Daniel Witham.
The Eurnpa arrived out on the afternoon of
the 20th ult.
Zubich, August 19. Ye'terday a conference
took place between the Plenipotentiaries of
France and Austria.
A messenger of the French Cabinet has ar
rived here, and has departed again for Paris.
At the banquet given by Count Colleredo,
M. Doabs proposed the health of Austria, ana
Count Cnlleredo proposed, ns a toast, the per
manen e of the friendship between Austria and
Switzerland and the Government of Zurich.
In the next sitting of the conference it is
opposed that the question of the Boundary of
Lombardy and ber participation in the Aus
trian debt will be settled.
To-day there was a conference between M.
De Bourgunoy and M. Dasambroie, the French
and Sardinian Plenipotentiaries.
Paris, August 19. The Monitcur of this
morning contains a decree to the effect that
foreiun shares and securities may be negotiated
at the Bourse after two-fifths of their valuo
have been paid up; previously it was necessary
that seven-tenths should be paid up. The
Monitevr further announces that their Imperial
Majesties arrived yesterday at Tarbes, and pro
ceeded to the Villa of M. Fould. Thev were
received with great enthusiam by tbo population.
Their Majesties leave to -day for St.
The Pat, of this morning, says that Marshal
Can rubor t has left for Vichy, where be will re
main for some days before resuming his duties
as commander of the carpi d'armet, the headquarters
of which are at Naucy. The Patrie
announces the departure of Marshal Neil for
Totalise, where he will preside at tho sitting of
tho Council, General of the Department. Tbe
Bourse closed with firmness, rentes being 6 '.if,
Marrillrs, August IS. General Garibaldi
arrived, on tbe ltiia instant, at Modena. It
is confirmed that he is charged with the com
mand of the Tuscan Army. The fti, of Na
poleon was celebrated at Florence by a solemn
mass nt the Cathedral, at which tbe Ministers,
the Members of tbe National Assembly and
Officers of the Suff were present.
Signor Butazzi has suspended thepublication
of trio Cattolioaat Genoa.
Miidkha, August 18. Yesterday, the Chev
alier Farini quitted Modena for Pnrma and
PUcenza, to accept the Dictatorship offered to
him. The municipality issued a public procla
mation, expressing its unanimous desire for
this. The enthusiasm of the population watt
very great, and Parma and Piacenza were illu
minated. Vienna, August 19 Since the return of the
Emperor to Vienna, no council of the min
isters still in power has been held. The official
Wiener Zeitunt con tains a list of numerous mili
tary promotions and distinctions, made on ac
count of the battle of Solferino. It is stated
that tbe Minister rf the interior, Baron Bach,
will be appointed Embassador at Rome. Other
changes in the Cabinet are expocted to take
A letter from Vienna says that some of the
regiments of the army of Italy, which were to
have returned, have reoeived counter orders,
and will remain in Venitia. This has been
construed by some as an intention on the part
of Austria to make armed intervention shortly
in tbe Duchies, but information derived from a
good source, refutes any such intention on the
part of the Imperial Government.
Tbe Imperial family of Austria show the
greatest sympathy for the deposed sovereigns,
and is making overy diplomatio exertion to
prooure their restoration.
A second eouncellor, attached to tbe foreign
office, has left for Zurich to stimulate the zeal
of the Austrian Plenipotentiaries, and new dis
patches have been forwarded to Count Calleredo
on the subject of the measures to be adopted
for efesting as soon as possible the muoh
dreaded restoration of the Archdukes.
A Piece of Rascality.
Niw Yore, September 1. One of the
most successful c'tforta at rascality ever
iien.ru oi was urougnt to lignt yesterday in
It appears that a sharper in Philndelphiii
advertises for a number of young ladies to gi.
South to fill situations as teachers of music.
Fifteen young women were accepted by tho
They were to have remunerative employment
in tho families of weaithv Southern
planter, and in every respect their future
prospects were ot the most flattering descrip
It was simply stipulated by tho advertiser
that the ladies should defray iu part their
expenses to their respective destination. On
arriving in this city, en rouf for the South,
the sharper took charge of tbo baggage of
the ladies, collected from them about $150
for their fare in the steamship, and while
they were waiting patiently at the hotel for
mm to conduct mem on Doara, he decamped
with his plunder.
St. Loom, Sept. 1 P. M. River risen
twelve Inches in the last twenty-four hours,
and is still swelling, The Upper Mississippi
Is falling, with four feet water on the trpper
end thirty-six inches on tbe lower rapids. The
minou is aiso on toe decline, with two feet in
the channel below Peoria and seventeen inches
above that point. Weather olear and pleasant
Washington, Soptomber 1. Lane,
I ' ma iriAtir.w flint liA I nnntent to ulace llim-
.oll' in h hnnrla nf ilia frinnrln. flllH will take
no step to bring himself before the people as
1 t . - , '
Judge Douglas intends leaving Washing
ton on Monday next, and proceeding, eta
Pittsburg, to attend the United States Agri
cultural Fair at Chicago, on the 12th inst. It
is now probable that he will be able, while
on his way, to comply with the request of
me I'emooratic estate uenuui wimouuiot n
Ohio, to canvass that State, es well as to de
liver several speeches.
Governor Vvillard, of Indiana, and Gover
nor Siblev, of Maine, are nt the National
Hotel. Ex-Senator Soule is also in the city.
The Steamer Great Eastern.
Vib Ynnir. Rent. 1. We learn from nrivate
correspondence, received at the Brrald office,
that the pteamer Ortat Emlern will sail from
Gulway, Ireland, about the middle of Septem
ber, for New York, direct, calling off St.
Johns, N. F., to land dispatches for the Asso
ciated Press, and mails for the Newfoundland
Habbibburo, Septombor 1. The suit of tbs
State auninst the Pennsylvania Kailroad Com
pany, for the payment of the tunnnge tax, has
been on trial lor tno last two oay.
Judge Pearson delivered an able opinion this
morning, deciding the suit agaiust the Com
Ttna-FAV Km. 1 A mulAttn wnmnn named
Willon has been arrested in Scarborough,
Maine, charged with murdering her son, agert
fifteen, on Monday last, and afterward placing
his h:.iv In fhn oyati. nnd then settin? lire to
ber homo. The remains of the boy were sub
sequently iounu m me oven.
Nkw York, September 1, During a squall
last night the yatch Edita, owned by Mr.
Rosevolt, was capsized in the Sound. Two
young ladies were drowned, one of whom was
Miss Julia Waterbury, daughter of Lawrence
Walerbury, of this oity, and tbe other, Miss
Abandoned at Sea.
Norvoi.k, September 1. Tho ship Ilmnj
Clark Brown, from Liverpool, passed here on
ber way up tbe James Rivor to-day, having
on toajil Captnin Gosdie and crew, of the Brit
ish shin lilnck Duvnlnm, from Arabia, bound to
Cork, which was abandoned at sea on the 11th
ult., in u sinking condition.
Hkndkrson, Kt., September 1. Louis
Leonard shot Wm. Flam, a wealthy farmer
of this vicinity, through the breast, last
evening. His situation is critical. Leonard
has been arrested. Warn was tae Domoorntio
candidate nt the late election for tho legislature.
Nbw Orleans, Sept. 1. The steamboat
Memewjrr, from Memphis to New Orleans,
took fire, was run ashore, scuttled and sunk
near Bayou Sura. The passengers and tbe
oargo, consisting of cotton, were saved.
St. Louis, September 1. The steamboat
York "State, belonging to tho Alton Packet
Company, sunk at Madison, fourteen miles
above here, this morning. The boat is a
Boston, Soptemher 1. The National Amer
ican State Committee has determined to call a
State Convention fur the nomination of inde
The Cotton Crop in North Carolina.
Norfolk, September 1. Tho advices from
tho cotton crop in North Carolina, roceived
to-day, are unfavorable Inrge fields hnvo
been damaged, and others will not mature.
Memphis Cotton Market.
Memphis, September 1. The total receipts
of cotton for the year ending to-day, are 325,
000 bales, against 243,000 bales hut year. The
present stock amounts to 11,000.
Lexington, Ky., Sept. 1. Robert WicklifTe,
aged eighty-five, tbe wealthiest man in the
State, and father-in-law of Mr. Preston, Amer
ican Minister to Spnio, died this morning.
Fire at New Orleans.
Net Orleans, Sept, 1. Five stores on
Tchoupitoulis street were burnt this after
noon. They were filled with whisky and pro
dues. Loss 100,000.
New York, September 1. The steamer
Svxouia sailed to-day for Liverpool with 150
passengers, ono tooK no specie.
Portsmouth, N. II., September 1 Tbe
ingate Vnmberlana, lroin Africa, arrived bore
EP1TOJ1 E-AITTHiN MALEH.
Kn.i.onu A Win iamb. Sul(-rnnmR 22 and 2 Enst
Thinl-Htropt. Kriiluv nioriiii, H!enilmr 2, at ys
o cioca, t uruuure, uirpeis, sc. sxv auv.
II. 8. Mii.fb 4 Co., 33 Main-street. Frrtnjr momlnir,
September I, at U o'clock, Groceries, Ac. Sno aiiv
Kr.t.i.ono A Williams, Snie-rnoms 22 nnr! ?l East
Thinl-strvrt. .Monday luornliiK, Heptemlvr 4, at
ilwnllii.g .114 Kiftli-.lreet, Parlor, Chamber ami
lutcituu r iiruuui'f!. aee huv.
Thomas Joiivstok Tuemliiy morning, September ,
Dry tiooda, itu'ils, KIiook, .Vc. Sou imIV.
BUSINESS MEN'S PRAYER
M ITVTI VflU t.Al.l .......... . t.. i- .1. .
uiuwuiuni oi me r irsi unurca. All are lavitou. jy I
LEONARD SWARTZ WILL
beacBioliitato for Cfluntv(!nniml..lnnr nf
uho.ii'uu vouuiy ai uie entiling uctouor election,
PUBLIC LECTURES THIS
evcnlnff. to-mnrrnw nvn!n.nnr Qi,...lnu
.v.mitiir, In Litfrarr Hail.M Kust Third-trwt, slit
ting forth the peculiar character or tbe Cinclunatl
I iiemrynnd S. iemiflo Institute, nnd tliu superior
.(ttraeiionn and advantage it presents. All friend
of eduralion, epe. hilly llo to who (lelr to ,m II
in im miiHi iniproveu lornn, nre renjieci
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Grand National Horse Show and Lndiet
uqueairiau r air to be held at Day-ton,
September 6, T, 8 and 0. 1W5U,
Fare for the Humid Trip, $1 15.
(Vg5THIS EXHIBITION IS DESIGNED
3? ,. t,JII!"'"y'liiii((ortholiiiideveruleuin
the united State. Some of the most aotedhoraes
of Ilia country will beat naytun. ,
A large amount of premium are to lie distributed.
Neati hare been erected tnnrenniniodatn thirty thou,
naiirt victors. And the candidate fur Governor, will
andrea the people ou tho alii lint.
f?r Bd.d!woni!Pith" KW''" Tralne, A HALF
FAIIJ, TRAIN will lie run dnily during the con.
tmuance or the Vair. Leaving t'iaciuuatl at 6:4.1 A
irwuiuq I'Viuu nf. ;.tu A. in. .lonplnff atal
way stattoiw. Hetiirnloa, will leave iVtn at :
P. W.-itopptnifal allw.v nation., 'llie half rare
rickets, will also be good un the 7:4(1 l. M. Train
from Dayton for MlBrniaburifh, Oarliele, Mlddletoivn,
piugatatlon.. D. hAllaXi.'
BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.
More Indians Getting Troublesome-
More Indians Getting Troublesome-Train Robbed on the Santa Fe Road.
Kasbas Citt, Auirust 31 One of the pnpors
published in this place to-day contains infor
mation from whioh it appears that more of tbe
Indian tribes who range along the Arkansas
are becoming mischievous.
In the desert beyond tbat river a train ot
Mr. Wheeler, from Albuouorque, New Mexico,
was stopped by them and hall' the property in
it taken. The Camanches and Arrapahoes did
it. They and other tribes are much displeased
at not receiving their customary presents from
The train of Moore and Beese arrived to
day. Rev. Mr. Stoddard, United State Chap
Ian at Santa Fe, came in with it. Nothing of
Louis Republican, Sept. 1.
Hons A83R83KD in Kbntockt. In our pa
per yesterday we published the returns of the
number of hogs assessed in Kentucky this
year and the year previous, but by a misprint
tbe estimato was wrong, it should nave oeea
that tbe increase was two hundred and fifty
four thousand six hundred hogs.
p& Strakosoh has failed to secure Picco
lomiol. She goes to Russia this winter, at a
large figure; but the indefatigable Maurice
brings with him (about Ootober 1) the tenor
Fritsohini, and a new prima donna.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A eAVK, RA8T AND RFFKCTtTAL CUKK, FOR
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, kc.
AWTivonty-flre cents pr bottleTPO
GKO. M TMXON, Druggist,
au29-Cin Corner "f Fifth and Main-street.
On Wednesday, Auirust 31, 1SW, atSo'clork A. 51.,
of consumption, LvoiA. Swim, ugcil 42 years, vita ot
Wednesday iiinrtilug, Anaimt tl, at 7 o'clock, of api
plcxv, Wm, T. HAiiruijRN.Kite'l to years and 2 month.
Tbe funeral eorviris will Hike plat'n at liia la'e real,
iloiico, No. !a Idlierty-atreat. to-day, September 2,
at 2 o'clock V. M, The friend of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend without further notice.
CHANGE ITS LOCATION
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE,
Monday, the 12 th, inst.
Penmanship of the Institution,
MAY BR Sr.EN AT THB
23 JEL XJ 3p S ,
CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFS,
GEO. M. DIXON,
. E. Cor. Fiftli and Maiu-sls.
FFERS INDUCEMENTS TO CLOSE
cash buyers or all Good ia tbo line.
fifk BOXES CASTILE, MOTTLED;
JIVV Mi buses t Hittle, Mm,
2.'i " Pulm M and H lbs.
HW " r'aiicy. ussorteil:
li) (rross Vnucv, untried, comprising,
LOWS ft OL1AVKRH' IJrmvn Windsor. Boner.
Glycerine, Huu Flower Oil, Ponrino, Almond, die,
for fine low uy iif.u. 31. uiau . uriij-'Kiia,
sop'J-aw Nortb-east corner Kiflh ftnrl Alain
POUNDS OLD CROP FOR SALE
liy HKO. M. PIX0N. Drugcwt,
Nort.b-eatit cornur rifth and .Minn.
"I fk BARRELS REFINED, FOR SALE
M-r by GEO. M. DlXON.DriWRist.
Sepj-aw Nnrth-eaat corner t ilth and Wain
fJlORTHE II ATR BURNETT'S KAL
" LISTON Foil TUB COMPLEXION. 20 groi
above staple urticlcii! forsnleliy
OEO. M. DIXON, DriiKKlut,
sep2-aw North-earn corner Fifth and Main.
Cft GROSS QUARTS AND UALF-GAL.
t LOM, Patent OIiihb Jam, for m by
(iEO. M. MXojv, DriiKsIxt,
Bcp2-aw North-eiiHt corner Filth and Main.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative.
Tins WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR
remedy for all llnwel and Stomach nflVctii.nn
may be hiiu at all Hie Prutf sturcH In the city, fro
pared only by GKO. At. DiXON, DruuitUt,
B'p4-nw North -eiiHt corner Kil'lh and Mam.
JUST RECK1TED. rniCB 5 CEST8,
For Bale by E. MKNDENHALL,
op2 At hie now atom, Nu. ID West Flfth-treet,
donsall. ii. A. Jsann
BONSALL & SMITH,
No. IIS West Sixth. itreet,
L. BYLi & CO..
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
Ha. 'iu HIxrli.Nireet. between Vine nnd Kiice. in
the Medical Oolloge, Clnclnniitl, Ohio. Venue who
niiiy inyor un witn tbeir piitronage, cun reiy ou punc
tuallty and low prices. nepl-ny
JOHN a. MORTON.
CAt.TIN W. TM0WA8
J. R. MORTON & CO.
No. 89 WEST THIRD-STREET,
Denlerc In Exchnnt. Rank Nntnn mid f 'nln
Parikubir attention paid to Collections, and roniru.
trompny niaue. anti-nw
MRS. J . A . O RT H,
LADIES' AND CENTS
No. 410 Kiltli-atrect,
Between Elm and Plum, CINCINNATI.
Oomtia, IlnlrOU, Perfumery, Fancy Soups and No.
tlon. of nil kinds.
N. B. Shirts, and all kiods of Furnishing Goodi,
maue to oruer. uiui-am
taiili: m rn;n,
lit, SUPERIOR QUALITY, RECEIVED
V JAlIV BV EXI'UJESS. and
' SoliI, wliolOMale and retail, by
-' JOSEPH 6. N0URSE,
ati31-d If Went Fourth-ntreet, corner of Kim,
OHIO WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
Closing Ceremonies, Sept. 1, 2 and 3, '59.
$5 There and Back.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
6 A. M., EXPRESS TRAIN, (COLUMBUS
Tinned reiilieii Hnlnhnr Mt.tlnn it in-i I M1
N A. M. Exprees Train, r.'nrbe Hulplitir Ktatiou
i:x r. m. it, mei.ivrir.M, Buperintendent.
South-oaatcornar of Sixth and Elm, Cincinnati, O.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING-RENEWED
Ilia 1 nse of the Soittllffiltn Hntl.e. unit evn..mlefl
a lariteiiniiiuiit of money in puiniton, rarrotine, and
rvtiirnisuini; u, inironiicing iiiiiiiinx-rooniH, wnter
eloMKta, and every possible convenience nnd luxury
inroimuoiiT, inviies a coininiiiince oi tne putuie nnt
roliace. He feels confident tbut the hoiiHe wlli he
found, with Its recent improvement. In a better
condition than when fjrir opened for the reception of
guest. The locution .f rhe hotel is centrsl and con
veil it nl, either for up town visits or down-town
biisinewi. Meala nre regularly served at the taMo
d'hote, or tn private- rounia, and furnished nt nil
noun, rnc terms are &i per day, mid nccominoiln
tion eiiml to any $1 SO per day house. In the city.
'ihnhoiiHe will lie kept open night anil day, at all
hours. Omnibuses will bo in nt tendance to and from
the cars. Brenkfnst for exrly train. And for the
ritrt, tho proprietor leaves his miest tn speak for
him, sopl F. F. WATSON, Preprletor.
Dissolution of Partnership.
r1UE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
M. existing between ns under tho tlrm of VN'(IOI),
I.KA Ik CO.. isihls day dissolved bv mutual consent.
Denosltors will be naiil bv our siicfCKHor-j. H. KI.L1S.
,lu.,iCO. VV. H. Mil H,
J. mil.. 1f.iV,
K, KI.L1S, Jh.
Weoonliallvrorommonil our anccessors. Messrs. B.
ELLld. Ju.. St Co.. to our cti.itomerstind friends.
v, n. vuii,
J. Mc U. LHA.
CiNriNNATI, August 30, 1850.
Theunderslffned bus this iluv fbrmnd acoDiirtuor-
ahipwiib Mr J AMKS W. VINToM, In thoimuieof
K. Kills, Jr., & Co., tor tlie purpose ul contiiiimiK iim
Uanklnir lixdianiie and Colleclion huslnexs.nl the
old stall il of Wood, Lea ft Co., No. 1ft West Third
street, and solicits a coiitiuuauce of the palrouaae of
tlietrlondsof the old Hrni. It. Bh LIS, .la.
Cincimmtl, August 30, 1M9. sepl-ar
BRILLIANT IN COLOR,
PERFECT IN CONTOUR,
LISIIT A3 A GOSSAMER.
INTRODUCED, AUGUST 3.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
No. 149 Main-street, .
Bit LOW FOURTH.
51)0 Peatalozzlnn Horn Hooka,
500 encli, f nuiter'n First, Sreond and
30O ench, Snndrr'n Fourth and Filth
300 Webster's School Dictionary,
30O Webstvr'a Sp. Ilor and Definer,
30O Mitchell's l'ri in my Gcocraphy,
2UO Mltolivll'is JeoBi-aphy and Allan,
4011 Dnvlen' I.ceeoili-o and liourdon,
Together with n full stock of all lending Si'hoo
Books, for sale at puMialiora1 net prices.
A lone nnil well selected assortment of School
Stntlonao. Wo invite tho intention of Dooksellers,
Teacher, and others, to our stock and prices.
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT,
Wlioleanlc Itookscller, ank Slntlouers,
No. 112 Main-street.
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTERS
T HAVE COMMENCED FOR THE SEA
X SON the sale of J. II. 11 NK CO.'S, superior
raw tresn oystera. J. mul),
WhulHsiilennil retail Asent for J. it. Mann Co
Oysters cooked iu a superior style at onriisiiHl mint-
erute cnarnes. auao-ii
rfllllS CELEBRATED BEER, INTRO
M. IIUCKll by tho undersigned, a few months
-1...... f. . .1... A u, .In. a I., tkl. nil. . unl.ll...,.A..
Ci-diiift in uso all others. Its popularity is equal to
.iiuniY J ic, iih.ii ;r.ii iiiiif w viuliiicu gru ui hi-at
Iho Mtiity Ali Cottaite, No. 104 Main-street, betivoeu
Third ami Fourth streets,
Humo's Ladies' Ale,
Superior to any in use, either domestic or iui ported,
for ladies who are nursiiiir, and their litibes. The
properties of this Ale uro highly tonic anil invigora
ting, and i.- particularly reconimeiidcd by tlie Fac
ulty. THE MANY IMITATORS
Of HUME'S MUSTY ALE, have, one by one, closod
thoir doors, or hud them closed by the Sheriff, and
ths ttnder.tKnud will Hive Fifty Dollars bonus, to any
individual who will produce asihalu glass of Musty
Ale, Vitliiiinlmi lloer, or Hunir's Ladles' Ale, at uy
etlierustiibllshiiieut than the Musly AleC'otiuge.
My stock of tho original and ouly genuine Musty,
Chainpuiitne, Hitter Old Ambor, and oilier choice
brands of Ales, and also Porter and Drown Stout,
co'nprisiiia luull about HKVKN HUNIlJtKI) UAlt
ItELS, Is uiieniinlod iu the Union.
utMf J. B. IHI.IIE.
THOS. W. PARRIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LUM BER PEA L ERS.
YARD ON FREEMAN-ST., NEXT TO
Cincionati, Hninilton and Dayton Itaiiroad.
We would cull tboatteution of purchasers of Lumber
to the following BUI of Prices;
Clear, 3 In. Plank, par 31 feet fllioo $110011
" 3 " " .. 7.'i oil oU on
" " A. ' 07 III) IX) IK)
" 1M " " 47oO soon
" 1 in. Board, " 37 DO 40 011
'" H " " iis 31100
1st Com., 3 in. Plank, " ..... M on vu
2 " " ftj on mod
116 " " aao :4soo
' l " , 'I asm 37 Si
" I In. Board, 11 23 7 2.1 Oil
" " " 20 W) 21 Au
2d Com., 2 " " .13 Ml 3.-1 ,
I X " " WSO 32J
".,,. Ji " H on 14 Oil
arubPl'k.J 220 M(W
8d Cora., I II 60 12 An
White-pine Fencing B'ds, " 12 10 ia
Hemlock 10 (in 5
" JotstJkScantl'g,lnft.andlesa 11 an 12 m
V " " loaililajft..,, Hm u,,
Zvi" " ... 14 1 15 in
Ola ... IS IKI 17 (l
lit Oom.Whlte-plne Flooring Boards, Mm 37 flo
2d Com. " i. 7(i vs ,
3d Com. " s 75 211 flu
Yellow-plno Flooring Roaril 2H 00 30 un
..plearror steps .17 60 40 no
lit Oom. White-piiio Weather llonrds, 15 Oil 17 So
2,1 .m- " " " U bo 1.1 1
1st I orn. Partition Board, .17 Ml 40 01
2(1 Coin. ' 2!i W 27 W
tor Drensod Lumber, 9 fcu fur one 1
side, and 3 for two lidos extra will
No. 1 Shaved Shingles ...,.,...,.. 4 2.1 4 m
Mo. 1 Suvred ' 4 00 4 2S
taar fencing Posts, 4 b 4 hi. each... IW fn
. 'J '' Itough .10 a-,
Looiwt " ' m 2
Oil bills of $500 or over a further reduction of VA our
cent .Is made. "
At these prices we have two or throe million feet of
good ."emutied Lumber ferule.
Partiea wishing to juirchsiw Lumber will do well to
give us a call. 1IIOMAS w. 1'ARRIM CO.
NEW ADVERTISEMENT S
KELSEY & CO.'S
Office-30 West Fourth-street,
WB ASK OP A DISCRIMINATING!
public, in pnrtnit ofa reliaole Swln-MB-cliine,
the most riaid comparison or the merits of
thHw Machine with all others In the market. We
court it. being lure it will result in our favor.
I. W. HARRINGTON Si CO.,
JOHN H. DETERS.
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. 93 West Fonrth-itreet,
"f RESPECTFULLY INVITES THE AT-
TENTION of his pustomers nnd the public, to
bis large stock of FALL BUOT.H ANP SHOKs, which
are now open for Inspection, ills work is superior to
any kept in trie city, and is warranted to ilve satis
faction to nil who buy it. He sella cluap for cash.
Professor of the Guitar aud Flute.
Ladles and (lenlletnen wishing In-
V atruciion on either of tbe above lu-
' sli-iimouts, will receive prompt at-:
' tenlion. by Icsvlna their addiesa at 1
the Music Stores of W in. C. Peter, &
8on.; John Church and Wm. M. Peters. a
TRUSTEE'S SALE. ON MONDAY,
tho 111th day of September, A. D. laSV, at the
rotunda in the Court-home, in theclty ol'Cluciunuti,
at 12 o'clock 111. of aaid day, I will sell at public auc
tiuu all the followlng-deeijrlted real estale, viz:
I. Lota uuuibered seven (7) and eight (a) in squara
number throe (3i of plat 0, in tlie subdivision ot 111
estate of lavla E. Wade, as recorded in lluok Nu.
111. iaKu 01 1110 ivecoiun Ul tsuulllloll bulimy,
lihio. and fronting each tweuty flve(z) feet on West
eru Canal or Pluiu-struet, and ruujitng back tha
Miuiu width vno hundred and fltty-tix feet three
inches to Providence-street.
2. All lll"e lots of land sltitata lu thecitvof C n.
clniiHii, llauiiltou County, Ohio, and being nuni-
nereii uiuiy ..sif, niuuiy-oue vvi;, llllieiy-iwo ana
nliiety-threo(U3). Ill luuure number four (4). ol (tin
siibdlvlsiou of lots made by llotchkias, Avery and
Cnrt-r, recurded in book Mo, i'J, pago 601, of the
Kecords of Hamilton Comity, Ohio, and ench of said
lots fronting twenty-seven (27) feet, making Kvj feet
in all, 011 tho south side of Monroe-street, and ex
ternum! back un nurullel lines nlnetv (00) Ishl to an
I. Also tne roiiowmg, aituato in Cincinnati, ror
nierly iu Millcreek Township, in aectiou number
nineteen, (Is) iu Township number three (3)lu tha
second fractional range ill the Miami Purchase, being
sixty-three (f3) feet aud six inches in front on the
northerly sideof the Cinclunatl aud Harrison Turn-
SlkeUoad, aud rnunlng thence northerlyd'our htin
rod foot, more or less, to lie land of John Kiddle.
Bon., bouuded on tho oust by alot of ground conveyed
by Berusrd and wife to John Hocknoy, November 3,
1H42, and on the west by a lot now or formerly belong
ing to Mark Atkins.
4. Also the following, situate In Cincinnati, Ham
ilton County, and State of Ohio, aud being lots num
bered twenty -three (23) and twunty.foiir,(24)lu Wado
4 Dudley's addition or subdivision of lots In sail
city, as recorded in Book W, pago H'J, of the Hamil
ton Duiiuty iiecoras, aaiu iota twenty-tnree (23) ana
twentv-fonr (24) being on the smith Hide of Ponlnr.
street, west of Western-row; being each tweuty-five
(2S) feet in front on the south si do of Poplar-street,
and running buck in parnllel lines south oue-half the
distance from Poplar to Oliver-street.
a. Also, the Miowmg in uinciunati, comnioncmg
at a point oa the south sido of Clurk-ttreet, one
tiundred and twenty-three feet east of the south.
east corner of Clark uud Freoman-streets; thence
Boutn at rigni angles 10 uiara-aireet, two nunarea
uud one feet; thence in an easterly direction twenty
eight (24) feet; theuce 111 a northerly direction and
parallel with until west line at right angles to Clark
street, two hundred and one feet to Clark-street;
thence westerly on tho south line i f Clark-street,
twenty-eight (2ri) feet to tbe beginning; being lot
numbered thirty nine (39) in G. W. Tucktr'a sub
division of the Cutter property, as recorded In book
number Eight (H; iu tbe division among the helm of
Both Cutter, deceased.
A. Also, the following lot, situate In Hamilton
County, and being lot numbered thirty-nine on the
plat of subdivision of Avoudale, in said county, as
rernrdod in Plat ttuok No. 1, page of the records of
Title toall the above property good; tale peremp
tory; terms cash; being the same property conveyed
to the undersigned by de d of trust from The Ci ncln
null and Chicago Railroad Company, July 1, lr.it.
recorded ID Hook No. 204, page 23.
"w JOUN W. HtRRON, Trust. i
Coi,i.i?.'BfenmmoilAti'yn, HSWalnut-at. aulvioii
TRUSTEE'S SALE. ON 8 ATU !i
DA Y, the 2ttli day of September, 1850, at olov in
o'clock, A. JI., 1 will sell at public auction, at tha
rotunda of tlie Court-housu, 111 Cincinnati, (if not
soouer disposed of,) tbo following-described real
Two'hiiiiilred and fifty-flve 38-100 acres of land, sit
unte in the county of Calhoun, aud State of Illinois
and being the lorii-lut fractional M of Section 1,
Township s, S. Itange a, W.,antl lot Ho. I.N.I.Moj
SVciiiin 3, Town , S. it. 2, W.
ALSO Oneliundred aud sixty acres in the comity
of Cass, State of Illinois, and being the North half
of the North-west H of Section 1A, Town It), M.
K. 10, W., aud the Kast half of Soutn-uast fourth of
Hactioii 17. '1'oivn 17, N. of 11. 11, W.
A LSO (incuiinilrediinl twenty acre. In ttiecounty
of Mason, and Hat0 u Illinois, and being the north
half of South-weat 14 of tiii'jlien 1, and tbe North
east M of tho Soutu-tast )4 of KdPtion 2, Town
22, N a.n.w. . ,
ALSO One hundred and twenty acres in the coun ty
or Hamilton, uud Hlala of Illinois, and being the
South half of South east i-i of Section 2a .Town
3, S. It. 7, K. aud Iho South-east H oi tho Kortb
east '4 of Section 2J, Town 4, 8. of It. 7, B.
A LSO One hundred and sixty acres in the county
of Jiutper, and Stale of ludiaua,aiiri beiuu the South
west !( of Sci ion 17, To n 30, N. K. 7, W
ALSO-fcljIity acres iu the State of Iowa, and
county of (iru Uordo, and being the South hall of
the North-west tacioiil 'A of Secttou 2, Tow 11 'Jl,
N . of Btinge 22, w . 1 ' ' "
To bo sold u ti property nf Benjamin F. Leww
and Of vis M. More, partners as Lewis & More, for
the benefit of their criditurs, pursuant to a com
mand of the Superior Court of Cincinnati, In oc ion
No. Sn;l, wherein J. It. Jiifirtiy,ct.iil.,nre.inplaiu
uiiim mid Lewis A More. ot. al .ar- defendants.
Ttirros of Sn e -Oue-tnh d of t he purchase monoi
to bo paid rush on delivery pf dwid.-(iiit.i!iid iu op!
vi.ur. mid ono-lliird in two vriiis, irom luilitav o
sale; deferred payuieuti to be tociirsd by nion gage oil
the premises. WM. i. BUEPPARU,
FULL VIGOR RESTORED,
IN FROM ONE TO THREE WEEKS,
NO. 79 WEST FOt7ItTH.STB.EET,
ONI S0OR BELOW ;PlEX't OPEBA-HOTJIfi
DR. JAMES CURES 01 I' CHRONIC,
Mercurial, Syphilitic, end all disease, of tbe
kin, blood and generative organs.
DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES,
Bach aa Amenorrhea, Dysmenorrhea, Metorrhogla,
Oholorosls, Nerron, and General Debility, Ac, sue
DR. JAMES' long practice in New Orleans, and
the indorsement of almost tha entire Southern Press,
should convince the moat skeptical as to his pro.
Bciency. Thousands of testimonials could be pio
duced by tbe Doctor, from persons whom he has
luccerafnlly treated, did not the delicacy of the sub
ject prevent tha publication of names,
DR. JAMES' Office is No. T9 West ronrth-street,
np italrs, on, door below Pike's Opera-house, whera
he can t consulted from nine A. SI. till five P. Jl.
All Prtifeealoiial Interrlevra CuKadentiul.
xml | txt