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RINGWiLT & AVERY
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN
CARPETING,
69 West Fourth street,
Pike's Opera - House Building.
)el
THE PBESS.
Printed by "Caloric."
OFFICE HO. 14 WBST FOURTH BTBgST.
CINCINNATI
BATURDAY 8EPTi:MB"KB.3
j&'Vmh'm the past week over four ban
dred gubioribcn hive been added to our Urge
listl Advertlurg should not forget tbli in
dispensing their faton.
The Orphan Asylum.
There is no oooaston for a threat from the
City Counoll, summarily, to oust the orphans
from their temporary sojourn in their old
quarters, extended to them by the City Conn
oil. They hare an architect planning a new
building, and will toon build on their own
gronnds. Easten slowly.
The Occupied Streets.
There will bare to be some new and well
considered rnles adopted and enforced, as to
the use, by market-wagons, of streets, in which
the street-railroad traoki are laid. A string
of wagons on eaoh side of most of the streets
would leave no room between, during the pass
age of the passenger trains, for any other
vehioles. The Market Committee should re
arrange the apportionment of streets te markot-
wagons.
Every Day a Line.
School youths should be encouraged in a
habit of writing, every day, a line of obser
vation, and comment on familiar things
they should keep a diary habit forms char
acter. If paper, for the purposo, was fur
nished pupils who have a taste for map
drawing, each day a new draft might be
malo, which, being kept in a portfolio, would
exhibit a gratifying improvement attheclose
of the term.
Important Insurance Movement.
"Yesterday the old Board of Underwriters of
Cincinnati had its last mooting; they dis
solved the organization, and formed a new
one, excluding all fortign agendo. The de
sign is to turn out throw ovorboard, have
nothing to do with any but Cincinnati offices.
This will produce some excitement iu tbe
city. A large number of wealthy and popu
lar agencies will thus be disfranchised.
Messrs. Spencer, Goodman and Searles, were
nppointed a committee to report a constitu
tion and by-laws, at the next meeting, on
Friday next.
Protection—More Water.
W know that those having publio business
specially in oharge, are prima facit, most
competent to direot it, but our oonvictions are,
that a liberal extension of new pipe has re
cently been made, and is now making in por
tions of this oity, which, in interest and de
mand, are less important and presiing than in
the overruling necessity of a better supply to
the district below Third-street. Heavy mer
chandise, property of great value, are at great
risk in that oommerolal quarter from an insuf
ficient supply of water, in ease of fire. Singu
larly, that portion of the eity needs water let
into the citterns, and sewers to carry away
water out of the cellars.
Mothers Mind Your Sons.
Little pitchers have ears. The mother
whose pronunciation is good, settles that of
her children forever. The ear, which is
struck with none but fine sounds nnd neat
inflections, lays hold of them correctly, and
transmits them to the tongue with the ut
most fidelity. It is an echo. It is every
whit the language of the mother. Much of
the child's soul-culture, in true beauty and
honor which consists in sincerity, upright
ness, and a generous, bountiful disposition
is obtained from the mother, by the swoet
porsuation of example, and the lasting ply
of habit.
Search for Yourself.
America is the place for manly vigor, and
mental independence. Ai we have no alliance
of Churoh and State, eaoh oitiren must be
representative of both. "I am tbe State and
am the Church," in all the essentials of re.
sponsibility, must be each Amerioan citizen's
reply, in answering the self inquiry, "What
constitutes a State?" The cultured, matured
opinions of the individual are creamed off and
churned into statutes no outside forse
pound cateohlam or "rules of right" into men
in this country. Faiths, hopes, equity, beam
out from the inward light Man is to be gov
erned, or to govern himself, from the cultured
inspiration of the good and true within.
Searoh the Scriptures for yourselvesieiroh
yourselves for the Soripturei.
The Indian Widower.
We often speak cf the Indians contemptu
ously, but some of their habits would honor
devotion the heroism of the white man. Bf.mo
says "When white man loses his wife
shed's a ' WT, fMl1 t0TTJ few daJ"'
wears crap ta ht nd
il orsrj bnt Seminole loses his com
panion be buries ln of wi8w'-
Dd fences PP bef H " h" n-"
.. . , . i. -ther wild flowers to plant
Uve mountains' to g. r
i rst, and watches, year
npon the ' nor'Mld
after year, that no bird .1hb ,u
shall find footing upon It to ft, . j driven
or trample en its flowers. If a. ( grave
from his native country he goes to th. '
digs up the bones that it eonceali, wraps .
it his blanket, and bears them on hit bat.
ti he finds another resttog place for himself
and M dd
Learn Your Boys a Trade.
Thero w eighty-eight counties in the State
of Ohio; in the whole of them, the reported
expenses of eupportingpauperiini is set down
at $280,000; $98,000 of it by Hamilton County,
and this does not include voluntary contri
butions to Eolief Unions, and street-beg-gari;
over one-third of the in-door and out
door relief in Ohio, is thus borne by Hamil
ton Countyl
Beside the mere statement ef this startling
fact, beside experioncing a slight shudder, on
reading this tein, what next remains to be
done? How are property-holders and tax
payers to act, in reference to this appaling
record of pauperism, looking at it as a finan
cial drain, merely, upon the publio purse?
How are the benevolent to regard it? Be
loved mothers of this country, look well to
the habits and training of your children.
We must set about a reformation of ourselvos.
This view of our duty, and our condition, is
worthy of thought, and worthy of a talk. '
A Case of Shocking Inhumanity.
The following we find in the lafayette
(Ind.) Journal of Thursday:
About three years sinco a German namod
George Klink, residing in Detroit, was lett a
widower with an infant child. Ho shortly
afterward married and removed to this city,
and has resided on tho corner of Brown nnd
Chesnut-streets, pursuing the occupation of a
baker. Since his residence here, this child
a girl has been subjected to the most brutal
and shocking treatment on the part of an
unnatural father, and an inhuman step
mother. Tbe latter, aocording to the statement of her
neighbors, has been repeatedly Been to knook
it down with her olenohed list once from the
top of tho fonoe where it was sitting, which
oamo very near resulting fatally and to beat
and kick it in the most violent and barbarous
manner. A few months since iht knocked on
of iu tyet out It has been a regular prsotioe
with these savages to look the child up and
leave it for and entire day without a particle
of food or water.
Its cries and moanings, when tortured by
hunger, bavo frequently attracted the atten
tion of persons living In the neighborhood,
who have supplied it with food, which they
say it would recoive and devour with the
avidity and voracity of a half-famished dog.
Those outrages have become so notorious that
a few days since a number of gentlemen,
headed by W. It. Ellis, the County Clerk,
determined tbatsomo aotioa should bo taken
in the matter, and accordingly on Tuesday
last they called at the house and demanded
of the parents an explanation of such unnat
ural treatmont of the child.
Both unhesitatingly confessed that they
wished to got rid of it, and no doubt can be
entertained tbat In the oourse ot a tew weeks
their diabolical intentions in regard to it
would have been consummated in its murder.
A warrant was issued yesterday for the arrost
of the step-mother, on a oharge of assault and
battery, and she was held to bail in the sum
of five bundrod dollars for her appearance
at the Common Ploas Court. The unfortunate
child is in charge of the overseers of tho poor
Sharp Fkihtino in Vbnkzuel. The news
from Venezuela, whieh now reaches to August
10, is of increasing interost. General Castro,
tbe ones popular Chief of tbe Constitutional
party, had been doteoted in attempt to over
throw the organie law, and through the ener
gies of tbe btate of Caracas, had boen arretted
and thrown into prison. The Federalists, his
supporters, had marched upon tbe capital to
release him; but having been envo'intered by
tbe Constitutionalists and beaten, sad iallon
back upon Laguayra, and shut themselves up
in that place and one of its suburbs. An at
tack upon their position, made by an inade
quate number of the Liberals, had been re
pulsed. In the Western Departments, an ex
pedition of General Falcon, in the Federal in
terest, against Puerto Cabello, had been
hrought to a stand still by tho capturo of Gen
eral Caitro.
;SfScnator Benjamin, of Louisiana, says
a Charleston, 8. C, correspondent, has suc
ceeded in negotiating a loan of $1,500,000 in
hngland, tor tne Tehuantopec Koute. One
of his partners in tbe enterprise is Major
Arnold Harris, ot wasntngton ; nut tne
American citizen who has the largest finger
in tho Tehuantcpec pie is Senator Douglas,
to whom the success of Bonjamiu's negotia
tions was a god-send. Douglas, while here,
was much distressed with the prospect of his
speculative manouvres in that quarter. I
have not seen tho fact of Senator Benjamin's
financial achievement mentioned in any pa
per, though it may have escaped my notice
TThe Woman's Rights Convontlon had a
oouple of sessions at Saratoga Springs last
week, and "resolved tbat women, like men,
have a right to do anything and everything
which is in itself morally right." Well, says
the Springfield Republican, why do tbey not go
and do what is right when they've a mind to,
and stop talking about it? Antoinette Brown
preaches, Miss Blackwell dootors, Mrs. Oak
smith lectares, Harriet Uosmer makes statues,
and Alice Cary "writes for the Iitdycr," and
nobody denies their right.
An Amf.bicik Tbotter Astonishwq tns
Bbitibh. The Northern Timet of August 12,
says:
The hitherto unaccomplished feat of trotting
twenty miles within an hour (in England) was
performed yesterday by a horse oulled "Jack
Rositor," an American, lie was handled by a
Yankee jookey, especially brought over for the
occasion.
&Major A. J. Donelson died recently in
Louisana of erysipelas. Mr. Donelson was
formerly tbe private Seoretary of President
Jackson, and editor of the Washington Globe.
In 1858, be was the candidate of the American
party for Vice President, lie removed from
Tennessee to Louisiana a few years since.
MARRIED,
I
On Thursday, September 1, by Iter. W. H. Sutler
land, 1. U.;8loop to Eliza 3. Woodectf.
In Springfield, August 30, Geo.W. Ricbmosd. of
minora, ft. it., to ca.ua J ENMf. ra. aoams, oi uaclne,
VV1B.
On the1t Instant, at Ninth-street Congregational
Chnrch.br &ov. II. M. Storrs. ClfAaLEs rt. Tam.-
Mtvur.to Maki issa. youngest daughter of Henry Do
veim, ciq., an oi mis ciiy.
DIED,
In
he
"nd
all
On Thursday, September!, of disease ol the throat
Jonas M. Fobi-e. sued 30 vnars.
Tho funeral will lake place to-day, September .1, at
9 o'clock, from hia late reeideuce, Avery-street.oast
..r D.. Lr L'.l ! . .A
Th.iM.la. MMlno HAnfAntlvAt. 1 , Q ' lU
John Ciibibtian (Iukmcii, at the age of 34 years,
lu'iiiiiia hqu louayn.
Funeral service will take place on Sunday morning,
8cptt'uiber 4, at 0 o'clock, from hirt father's ri
deuce, comer of Arch aud Ludlow-streeta. The
friends ot the family are respectfully Invited to
aiicnu.
On Friday morning, Septi-mlwr 3, Llewellyn B,
son oi I'axsunanu wuneiwina It. UoatH,ngcil 7 yours
3 montlm and 17 da vs.
The friends of the family are respectfully Invited to
niicnu oo lunorai, at me resiueuce oi dis lamer, Do,
367 Water-street, to-day, at 1! o'clock.
On Thnrtday evening, Spptemlier 1, ol sesrlnt fover.
iiATTii jvi.viukka, luiaui uauguter OI 110U. i . nud
Marl Ii. itiley,
Frirnds of the fhmllyaro reapecllully Invited to
aiiena ine iiinerai, iroin tne resi jonccoi ncr psreuts
no. iim uoiiKM,r;ii, iu-iiar, ai v o chick.
OnWtdnesilay evenlnir, Aumst .11. at ",H o'idoilt
in Sycamore Tow null I p, near (ilputlule, 8a mi- kl, I ufani
sou oi ohuiuoi uiiu lauu t rcouie, ageu r.f niontiis,
On Thursday, Heplemlier 1, at o cloc k A. M., at
his residence on Klxhth-street, Or.oane L, Hanks,
aru in yvuia, diiiiiLiii.auii 1,1 H.
Uue notice of the fuueral will he glveu.
In Zanwvllle, on the iVth ult., Ann JIahia Vasmil,
agna at yoars.
I
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A BAKE, EASY AND KPKKCTVAL CL'RR, YOR
Summer t'oruplalnt, Diarrhea, Flux, Ac.
eT"Twenty-fivo cents per botIlo."Utt
GEO. M. DIXON, DrnIst,
i-cm
Corner of Fifth and Malu-streeU.
atr.
SPECIAL NOTICES.)
ItirSINESS MEN'S PRAYER
MEETINGSare held every morning It the
bwement of tbe first Church . All are Invited., ill
(3r LEONARD 8VVARTZ WlVx
VMS? l a candidate for CfcrantyCoromlsslonir of
Hamilton County at tiie ensuing October electiol.
ulO-tf
FIRST CONGREGATION Ali
CHURCH. (Unitarian) corner Fourth and
u u.iM,ii horenmeri inthlstinurcn
t eleven o'clock TO-MO KIlO W MO&NI ft. Rev Mr.
Con war will g!vo a dlacourse on "The Broad Church.
fsoivVal
I. O. O. F. .OUfci-
RPEMAT. NOTICE It t .....wt,.
. .... . . 1 . ' f r- D V .1 C &1 .VI iWTkVt.
HEK should lie present at thn R.enlar vvp&SSSC?
Mooting of Eagle Lodge, No. 100, on '7S;$
MONDAT EVENING neat, for the
purpose of organising under tho general act of in
corporation of tbis btate, by election of trustees and
Cleric.
Jno. Stanton, B. 8.
W.M.KOHI,, N.G.
ep3-l
PintMC LECTURES THIS
etenlnir, to-morrow fven'ng and Saturday
fvouiug, in Lltornr Hall, ST Kant Thlrd-etreet, set
ting lorth tbe iwcullar character of tbo Cincinnati
literary and Scientific Institute, and tbo superior
attractions and advantages it proeonta AH friends
of oducaliou, especially those who deilra to toe it
exhibited In its most Improved forms, are roepoct
fully Invited. Bcate free. soplc
NE PLUSULTRAJ
FASHIONABLE
Dodd's Hat Store,
144 MAIN-STREET,
Bop3-b East aM. below fourth.
HALF-FARE EXCURSION TRAIN.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
GRAND NATIONAL
HORSE SHOW
Ann
LADIES' EQUESTRIAN FAIR,
TO BE BILD AT
DAYTON',
September 6, T, 8, 0 aud 10, 185.
GRAND BALLOON ASCENSION,
on
SATURDAY.
Fare for tie Round Trip, $1 75.
TIIIS EXHIBITION IS DESIGNED
to .-xcel any tiling of the kind ever given In
ilnlli.il Stutoa. Some of the most noted noraes
of the country will be at Dayton. .,,.. j
A large iimouut of premiums are to be distributed.
Bents have been erectod to accommodate thirty thou
land isitore. And the candidal for Governor will
address the people on the nth Init.I. ..
Ihepiogiaiiiuiefor Saturday will ooniisi 01 iroi
tiug Bfatchos, for purees by ail tbe Horses receiving
pn-miiims, at z r. ju.i a nace iurm,n
t...a..n l.n r..n,.i,ia UnriAfl. will tahfl Ttlace. F
three to half vmt four P. M., a beautiful equestrian
epootaclo, by u number of young ladice, who win
compete fur prizes, A Orand Balloon Asceneton by
Mous.J. (1. Bkllman, at4 P. M., in his mammoth
balloon, "Leviathan." During the day, an opportu
nity will bo given ladies ami gentlemen, to make
mrlal ascensions to the altltudo of livo bundl ed foot.
fttf'Iu addition 'o the ltegular Trains, A HALF
ITAIIV WUftlM u.111 lin rim iluilv dllrillff the COU-
tiuuaucu of the Kair. Leaving tincinnuti at 6:4b A.
Id., reaching Payton at U:S0 A. M.-a'opping at all
way stations. Returning, will leave Dayton at 5:45
P. M. stopping at all wuy stations, 't he hall wo
Tlikota.will also bo good on the 7:W P. M. Tram
from Dayton fur Mlaniisl'iirgh.UarHslo.Mlddletown
Hamilton, (ileudnh! and Cincinnati, Its regular stop,
ping statloim. D. WcLA HEN, Superintendent.
!st'p3-bt
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
HkTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
i. llm undersigned has been appointed Admlnis.
ti'dtnr of Mi, ostate of J. II. onhani.iloco:iHPd. Per
sona having claims against the estate will picaee
present meiu.
rjlHB LADIES PROPOSE HOLDING A
i Fair for tho benefits of St. Joseph's
Church, cornor Twelfth and Greenup-streote, at
ODD FELLOWS' IlLili. Covington, Ky.,comrueno-
tig HUM' A Y, soptonitier 5, anil cutitinuiugienaayi.
I'uulic putiouagewill be grntol'ully recolvod.
Btp3-j iiihi i Alii t;o.uiurii.JS.
8
WILLIAM DISNEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CHASE BUILDING, No, ft EAST THIBD-ST.
sepS-ay
Clocks for SI,
-AT
SMITH'S CLOCK STORE,
No. 12 East Fifth-street,
OPPOSITE DENNISON IIOtSK. ep3-e
JOHN H. DETERS,
FASHIONABLE
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. 33 West Fourth-atieet,
WISHES TO CALL TIIE ESPECIAL
attention of sentlcmen to hie lane stock of
fa'l work, Inch is uowopeu for luspectl n. Just
received some now styles English Over-galiera. Call
and see ihem. eep3
JUBEL OVERTURE."
THE PROPRIETORS OF THE CASINO
take pleasure in ststinn that this master-piece
of Von Weber's bus been added to iheir wonderful
Orchestriou, and will be perlormeu every evening.
UinnMie aucl strangers visiting tne oiecimmci'
Kxiiitiitli.il should not Nil to caUand soe this won
derful iustrunimt, as it la tho greatest piece of
au-chanisni lu tno country.
Casino opposite riKo e upera-uouse.
t-Admiuauce free, sep.1-aw
BAYARD TAYLOR'S NEW WORK.
TRAVELS IN
GREECE AND RUSSIA,
WITH AN
EXCURSION TO CRETE.
Price $1 16
WANDERINGS IN INDIA,
And other sketches of
LIFE IN MNDOSTAN.
by jons UNO.
Prlco $1 29
Up Among tho Paudies,
OR
A YEAR'S SERVICE IN INDIA.
BY LIEUT. MAJENCTIK.
Price $1
A NEW NOVEL,
COUSIN GEOFFRY, THE OLE BACIIE
LOU; by TutonoBsHooK.iAuthor "Maxwell," &o,
Price h HOC.
iob bale sr
EOB'T CLARKE & CO.,
i
55 West Fourth-street.
sep3-hf
GROCERIES. PURE RIO, JAVA AND
Mrx-lia CnD'eos, choice New Orleans Sugar,
Uoldeti Sirup, Uiigar-hotMe and New Orleans Mo
Iukki'P, choice (ireon and illack Toas, together with
every other article usually kept In a FIIWTCLA-H
(rHiil'KKV, Iu atom and for tale at low prices, and
delivered l'reo of charge to any part of the city,
J. riCltlHiSON.Iiroiwr,
snpS Corner Ninth and Vine.
BRANDY AND WINE FOR MEDICAL
purposes. I have remaining a small lot of very
fine old Ward and llnnu'wy Hiandii'S, which I oiler
fur medical purposos, from a knowledse of their en
r'Tluiily. Al Alu'laria. dhurry ami Port Wines:
atuMiiA, Siill, Hfiarklnir ant) Dry, all of surerior
fjuality, and at very lowjii
Hops
ticoa.
KKItt, 18IIN. (irocer.
t'orner Mnthaud Vine.
PURE CIDER VINKGARI.-KEEP Con
stantly upon hand an excellent artical of Cider
Vinegar, suitable for pickles.
J. FERfil'BON, Grocer,
scp3 Corner Ninth aod Viue.
NEW GOODS
FOt TBI
j?till Trade
or
18 5 9
CHARLES S. WEATHEEBY,
119 FIFTH STREET,
Between Vine and Race,
Ii now opening a oholo selection of
1YEW FALL GOODS
Silk Kobes,
NEWEST 8TTLE8.
PXjAIN
EVERT O0LOB.
FANCY SILKS.
Black Silks.
EVERT DESCRIPTION.
Printed Merinos,
Chintz Patterns, Small Tlguroi.
P O PLI X s .
DE LAINES, &c, &c, &c,
To which be Invite, tbe early attention of buyer.
The assortment of
DRESS STUFFS
Vfli contain every Tarlety of material anil style,
both of FOBEIGN and DOMESTIC JLANUEAC
TCBB, and will be tbe moat oomplete ever before
offered.
II
SHAWLS and CLOAKS
MANY DECIDED NOVELTIES.
Tbe departments for
Laces, Embroideries,
WHITE GOODS AND LINENS,
Ilave boen mnch enlarged, and of all of which a
toranlete atock: will be found of the most desliablo
aniuuu'ful styles.
A large stock of
Domestic Goods.
CHAS. S. WEATHERBY,
112 FIFTH-STREET,
11ETWIBN VINC AND BACK.
erJl
IN ARRANGING PARLORS,
HALLS, OFFICES, AC, TOR THE
wintor, remember the opportunity you now
have of gutting tine
ENiltA VINOS,
PAINTINGS,
Storeoscopio Views, Artist Materials, ic., at almost
Half the Usual Prices.
Until onr present stock Is sold. Buy now, aa this
store muat soon beclosedout. It Is your only chance,
as the prints remaining will betaken away. Some
have surpoaed our best prlnta are selected out. Not
so. The
FINEST PARLOR PICTURES,
Will bo replaced up to the last, In order to noil the
cheaper, hut good prints. Evangollne, Past and
Futurn, Senate Ohauiber, Little bumucl, &c.,4o.,
can always he had. . , , .
Framing will be continued as usual. Fixtures,
uch as Oases Portfolios, Safe, 4c, lor sale.
Bep3- A. P. O. BONTE A CO., 181 Malnut-st.
NOW HEADY.
21
by
PE0PESSI0NA1 & BUSINESS MEN,
MECHANICS, FARMERS,
HOUSEKEEPERS,
SCHOOLS & COLLEGES,
containing NEW k. SIMPLE METHODS of So
lution, by which Interest can be com
pitted in lest time than hy Inter
est Tables
A new arrangement of Subjects
Commission, Discocst, IHTF.ar.5T, fee, treated
of before Fractions.
A novel method ol Inserting; an
swers. Directions (or marking; Goods.
Dntles of the various offices In
Business and Bunking; Houses.
A Business Vocabulary.
Hints on Partnership.
Forms of Bills, Acoouxt-Sales, Accounts
Current, Bats of Ladiso, Notes, Drafts,
Bills of Excbanoe, with dlrectloru for Receipt
ing, Accepting, Arc. Ac.
Builders Rules of Measurement
and Cash price lis.
A chapter for Farmers St House
keepers.
mensuration and Road making.
Price ln leather binding 90 cents.
la half cloth .....60 cents,
KtrTHB TRADE SUPPLIED, by
APPLEGATE & CO.
PCBLISHEBS,
43 MAIN-STIIEET.
sep3-b
THE HAT!
BRILLIANT IN COLOR,
PERFECT IN CONTOUR, '
LIGHT A3 A GOSSAMER
INTRODUCED, SEPT. 3
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS
No. 149 Main-street.
BELOW FOTJBTII.
(sepl-aw
LEEMUtBT BYL. JAMES TBBHT.
L. BYL & CO..
TiLKANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
M.J Nn (M Hlvth.itmit. between Vine and Race. In
the Medical College. Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
mav favor us with their patronage, can rely on punc
tuality and low prices. sepl-ay
TABLE BUTTER,
iV SUPERIOR QUALITY, RECEIVED
w DAILY BY EXPRESS, and
Bold, wholesale and retail, by
JOSEPH a. NOURSE,
auSl-d 1M West Tonrth-itreet, corner of Elm.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ELECTR0-1 UE.1IICAL FOOT BATH.
mm, m
Aw
ft,
DR. CAMPBELL'S IMPROVEMENT.
THIS CONVENIENT AND VERY USE
JTTJL invention for the removal of all mineral
aod ot ber poisons from the human system, and curing
Bcrofula, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and Liver 'loin-
f'laint s, and other rt Ileuses (some at a sin gle sitting),
s in dally operation at CAMPBELL'S HEALIKU
INSTUTUTE, IMi Western-row. Also; Electro Mag.
netlnni, with sure and safe Medicines, are used for
the euro of all chronic and nervous diseases. IT.
CamplMll'. former success I. a guarantee for the
future.
VMn. Campbell will assist ln the treatment of
remain.. Also, Dr. u. ii. uuoiDle will attend to sen-
eral practice.
sepl-a
W1LL-
CHAN3E ITS LOCATION
-TO
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICB,
Monday, the 13 th, inst.
8PECI3IEN9 OV
Penmanship of tbe Institution,
MAT Bl BRBK AI TBI
FAIR.
SCHOOL. BOOKS
500 Pestalozzlnn Sona Books,
,0(10 Bander's gpnltam,
500 enoh, Pander's First, Second nnd
Third lteadcrst
300 ench, Hender'a Fourth nnd Fifth
iteudcrs,
OOO AVcbetcr's Sohool Dictionary.
000 Webster's Speller anil Doliucr,
300 Mitchell's Primary (Jeoarrniiby,
200 Dlitchell's GcoBi'nphy anil AIlii",
tjOO Utivica' Jiccemlre nnd Bourdon,
Together with a full stock of all leaillnif "chuo
Books, for sale at publishers' net prices.
ALBO
A largx nud well selected assortinont of School
(Stationary. Wo invite the intention of Booksellers,
Teachers anil others, to our stock and prices.
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT,
Wkolesalo Booksellers nnk Stationers,
No. 112 Main-street.
siipl-c!
WESTERN
MECHANICS'
faop2-fni
3D 3Et XJ 3r IS ,
CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFS,
PERFUMERY, &c.
GEO.M. DIXOX,
N. Ei Con Fifth and Mainsls.
raNFFER3 INDUCEMENTS TO CLOSE
"LF cash buycra of all Ciooda In the line.
Iep2-avj
200
Soap! Soap!!
BOXES CASTILE, MOTTLED;
i boxes aatlle, white,
2b " fairu A ana H mi,
leu Fiincv. Assorted:
HKi gross Fancy, assorted, comprising,
LOW'S A OLRAVKUS' Brown Wludeor. tlonov.
Glycerine, Sun i'lower Oil, I'onciuo, Almond, &o,
jtor sale low uy i?i'. in. ii.vun, i-ruKiai,
sep.-aw norm-earn corner Mini anu iiiiiui.
Gum Opium.
OAA POUNDS OLD CROP FOR SALE
Aa r J
eep2-aw
by GEO. M. 1'IXON. DniEjtlst.
Korth-east corner 'lfth anil Main
Gum Camphor.
BARRELS REFINED, FOR SALE
Js.vr by
eepa-aw
fivn M TlIXON.ririifflrl.t.
north-east comer Fifth ana Main.
Burnett's Cocoalne
FOR THE HAIR - BURNETT'S KAL
LI8TON FOB THE COMPLEXION. 20 gross
abovo staple articled for sale by
Mi. ill. fiwn, xrn.vKiBi,
a main.
ep2-aw
North-east corner Fifth ami
Fruit Jara.
GROSS QUARTS AND HALF-GAL-J"
LON, Patent Glass Jars, for sale by
GEO. M. DIXON. JlrilHKtst.
North-east corner Fifth and Main.
sepJ-aw
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative.
THIS WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR
remedy for all Bowel and Stomach" atfectlona
may oe oaa at an tne I'rug stores in me cuy. rre-
pared only by GEO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
sep3aw
North-east corner Fifth andMain.
THOS. W. PARRIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIIi
LUMBER DEALERS.
YARD ON FREEMAN-ST., NEXT TO
Cincinnati, Hamilton and layton Railroad.
We would call the attention of purchasers of Lumber
to the following BUI ol i rices: . ...
Cash. 4 Mou's.
Clear, 3 In. Plank, per M feet $112 00 $12000
1st Com.,
1 (n.Bnai
3 In
2
nard.
3 In. flank,
2
Board. "
1 "
1 n "
OrubPl'k.3' "
3d Com., 1 ," ,. "
White-pJneFenolngFds,
He"?iloc jolst 4 Scantl'g, 16 ft. and less
" ISandaJft....
poplar
Pine '
Oak
1st Com. Whtts-plne Flooring Boards,
Jd Com. ,r " "
3d Com!
Yellow-pine Flooring Boards,.
" clear for steps
1st Com. Wblte-pino Weather Boards,
2d Com. " " "
1st Com. Partition Boards
2d Com. " .
For Dressed Lumber, $1 bi for one
side, and (3 for two sides extra will
lw4 rnarfffwl.
No. 1 Shaved Shingles
Nn. 1 Hawaii
TmrAplnr nll(lA In iironortion.
Cedar Fencing Posts, 4 by 4 in. each.
" Bough
Locust . ' :
On blllsof $500 or over afurther redaction of 1 per
Mn I. m.ilit.
At these prices we have two or three million feet
gooa reasoned i.umuer lor sai..
0 n .t . 1. . . . . V. -. T nml.n. wilt J. , 1 .
auiv-ii
7ft uo
67 00
47 Ml
37 Ml
28 00
89 00
57 00
421 SO
35 00
23 79
20 00
33 00
24 50
16 60
14 00
22M
11 60
12 00
10 no
11 60
14 00
14 00
16 60
16 00
36 00
23 76
18 76
28 00
.17 611
H i 00
12 00
37 M
26 00
80 00
60 00
60 (a)
40 00
30 00
00 00
60 00
146 00
37 60
2.1 00
21
36 Oil
20
17
16
25
12
13
1260
12
16
16
17
17
37
26
20
.'10
40
17
16
40
27
4 26
4 00
30
4
4
give us a call.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
KEL.SEY & CO.'S
SEWING-MACHINES
Offlce30 West Fourth-street,
CINCINNATI.
WE ASK OF A DISCRIMINATING)
nnblle. in nnrsult of a nil. hi R.wln.Ma.
ohine, the most rigid comparison of the merits of
th-so Machines with all others In the market. We
court It, being sure It will result in our favor.
D. W. HARRINGTON & CO..
au3fl A cent.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE!
existing between nsnnder the firm of WOOD,
I.EA ft CO., Is h is day dissolved by mutual consent.
Depositors will be paid by our successor., B. ELLIS,
J,4CO. W. B. WOOD,
J. JIIOU. llbA,
B. ELLT8, J a.
vi e cordially recommend onr successors, Messrs. B.
DLLIB, Jr., A Co., to our customers and friends.
J. MoO. LEA.
CmciNSATi, August 30, I860.
Thelinilnrslffniul liim ttil. d.v fnrm.fl acnnArtner-
ahipwltb Mr. JAMES W. VINTOK. In the name of
B. Kills, Jr., A Co., for tbe purpose of continuing the
Itankiiifr Exchanffa and Collection business, at the
old aland of Wood, Lea Co., No. Ii West Third
street, and solicits a continuance of the patronage of
ine menus or the old firm. 11. JtLLia, J a.
Cincinnati, August 30, 18.19. sepl-aw
SOUTHGATE HOUSE,
South-east corner of Sixth and Elm, Cincinnati, 0.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RENEWED
his base of the Southgato Bouse, and expended
a largo amount of moneyin painting, carpeting, and
refurnishltiff it. introducino- Bathinff-rooma. Water-
closets, and every posaible convenience and luxury
inronguout, invitee a continuance or tne puuuc pat
ronage. Be feels confident tbat the bouse will be
found, with Hi recent Improvements, in a better
condition than when first opened for the receptionof
guosts. The location of the hotel Is central aud con
venient, either for np-town visits or down-town
business. Meals are regularly served at the table
d'hote, or in private rooms, and furnished at all
hours. The term aro Jl per day, and accommoda
tion equal to any $1 60 per day house In the city.
The houBe will bo kept open night and day, at all
hours. Omnibuses will bein attendanceto and from
tbe cars, ilreaktast ror early train. Anu lor tne
rust, the proprietor leaves his guests to speak for
him. sepl V. y. WATSON, Proprietor.
H. KINGSBURY,
Professor of the Guitar and Flute.
T.adiAa and Gentlemen wlshlno: In
struction on either of tbe above In-
' struments, win receive prompt at-:
r tention, by leaving their address at I
tho Mmlo Stores of V! in. G. Peters A
Bona; John Church aud Wm. M. Peters. anJH-am
CUT TIIIS OUT!
rilHEN READ IT, AND THEN PRE
JL sent it to your nearest and dearest friend, with
the request that it shall De insertou in tne nrai page,
of his scrap book. ... ,
Mr. Ei.waid Ii. Mcbbat, No. Dig Fifth-street,
soils Periodicals, Books and Bongs. We append a
list of a fow of the Periodicals which may be ob
tained at his store. No. 218 lith-street.
New York Ledger 4 cents.
New York Mercury 4 cents.
New York Weekly 4 cents.
Harper's Weekly - 4 cents.
Frank Leslie 6 cents.
New York Clipper 4 cents.
Porter's Spirit - 6 cents.
Police Gazotte 4 oents.
Flag of Our Union - 4 cents.
Saturday Evening Post 4 conts.
Now York Picayune 4 cents.
New York Waverly 4 cents.
Waverly Magazine t cents.
Line-ot-Battle-Siiip 4 cents.
Solon tide Aniericau 4 cents.
Scientiflo Artisan 4 oeuts.
Banner of Light - 4 oents.
Scottish American Journal 5 cents.
Boston Pilot 9 cent.
Irish News 6 cents.
Life Illustrated 4 cent.
Home Journal 4 cente.
Woekly Novelette 4 cents.
Independent - 4 centa.
Century cento.
Agitator - ft cento.
Boston Investigator 4 cento.
Ballon's Pictorial . S cento.
Now York Weekly Herald 6 cento.
New York Weekly Tribune.... 4 cento.
New York Weekly Times 4 cento.
Leslie's German Paper S cento.
True Flag 4 cen to.
Constellation 6 cento.
New York Dispatch 4 cents.
MONTHLIES, &e.
Harper's Magazine
Godey's Lady Book..
Atlantic Magazine.,
....20 centi.
....20 cents.
....20 cents.
I.fmlia'a Mauazine 20 cents,
Knickerbocker Magazine 20 cents.
Great Republic Monthly 20 cents.
All Year Bound .20 cents.
Waverly Magazine (monthly parts) ..20 cents.
Peterson's Alagazino ...18 cents.
Arthur's Home Si.iKlizino 18 cents.
Ladies' American Magazine 18 cents.
Itomancist 18 cents.
Noveletle (uiouthly parts; 16 cents.
Yankee Notions 10 cents.
Nick-Nax 10 cents.
Comio Bouquet 10 cents.
Pickles 10 cents.
Kudgetof Fun 6 cents.
Balloii's Monthly - 10 cents.
Phrenological Journal cents.
Water Cure Journal 0 cents.
Hunt's Merchants Magazine 45 cents.
Eclectic Magazine 60 cents.
Edinburgh Review 00 cents.
Wentmitiutcr Review trO cents.
porta Krltisn iteview..., ou cents.
London Quarterly Iteview SO cents.
If you want anything In the Periodical line, you
bad better cull on
EDWAED I. MURRAY,
NO. 218 FIFTH-8TKKET,
Between Elm aud Plum,
Cincinnati, 0.
of
n
60
(10
00
60
no
60
00
Oil
00
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60
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10
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aul6-TuThS-ain
IMPOTENCY CURED,
AND
FULL VIGOR RESTORED.
IN FROM ONE TO THREE WEEKS,
BY
DIR. JAMES,
-or-
NU. 9 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
ONE DOOB BELOW JPIKE'S OPKBA-HOUSB
DR. JAMES CURES OLD CHRONIC,
Mercurial, Syphilitic, and all diseases of th
kin, blood and generative organ).
DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES,
Bach as Amenorrhea, Dysmenorrhea, Metorrhogla,
Obolorosis, Nervous aid General Mobility, 4c, suc
cessfully treated.
SR. JAMES' long practice In New Orleans, and
the indorsement of almost the entire Southern Press,
should convince the most skeptical as to bis pro
ficiency. Thousands of testimonials could be pro
duced by the Doctor, from persona whom be has
successfully treated, did not tl is delicacy of tho sub
ject prevent the publication of names.
DB. JAMES' Office Is No. f9 West Fourth-street,
tip stairs, one door below Pike's Opera-house, where
he can be consulted from nine A. Il.tlUllTeP.lI.
All Professional
Inter lews ConfldSBtlal,
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