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THE PRESS.
OTFICi NO. 14 IKI FOURTH STREET.
CINCINNATI!
MONDAY-...
..8EPTBMBEB. 5
A Young Cincinnatian in London.
Vit have received a lotter from the son of
Cornsliua Moore, of this city, editor of the
Jfaiont'o Iteviexc, accompanying his father on
a tour in Eogland end the Continent ex
tracts from which letter wo will give tomorrow.
MERE MENTION.
Tmifday Ke-opening of various ohurobes. j
montohis btlligtrml congregation of St. John'
Churoh ( Episcopal ). Be goes to Boston.
THi Morning At eight o'olock, In tho base
ment of the Presbyterian Church, business
men's prayer maetlng.
The Criminal Courts and the Urand Jury.
Opening day of Burrows and Sayler'l Female
Betninary.corner of Scventhand Mound-streets;
also of Female College at Glondale; also of
Harding's Seltot Seminary, No. 15u West
Tourth-streot,
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The Covington, Ky., sohools ro-opon; also
HL.1..1. ..k..l
Hire. jaoiiJo o
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The Ohio Mechanics' Institute Exhibition at
Pike's Opara-houso.
To-Awikt. Annual election of officera of
Old Woodward Club. Mooting to be held at
the Merchants' Exchange.
The military companies tho (JuthrieOreys,
Rover Guards, Independunt Highland Guards,
tjaeen City Cadet and Shields Uusrds, all
meet to-night.
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TheBaule Lodge cf Odd-Pollows, to lneor- !
porate, meet to-night to .Let Trustees and j
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Clerk.
The Cutters' Art Union meet at tha Hall,
north-west corner of Sixth and Walnut-streets, j
Tb. Ohio Mechanic.' Institu, Exhibition at j
Pike'a Opera-house. i
To-Iforrotr. The Cincinnati llorticultural
B:f .tit it, erhihitlon of Frnlts and !
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Flower, atthcPalaoe Garden bulldtng,on Vine,
above Fourth-street.thisafternoonand evening,
At (h nffioBof theClt zens' Insuranoe Com-
pany, Trust Comply Building book will bo
opened for subscriptions to the "Cincinnati ana
Walnut nills (street Kailroad Company."
The Bourbon County, Ky., Fair opens,
The Cincinnati Presbytery, atLebanon.
The Cincinnati Conference of the Motno-
tlists, at Dayton.
TkU TV.-The Antloch College Trustees
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me at xonow cpnugi uu u i m.
Judgo Stephen A. UoaglaE to address tno
Demooracv of th! county on Thursday tho
8th inst.
Firemen' State parade at Kanesville, Ohio, on
the 8th inst.
The corner-ltone of a monument In memory
.i- i. i T !.. -p.;. i. 1, l.M n
filbraltar Island, Put-In-Bay, near Sandusky,
oa the 10th Inst., tho annivtnary of Perry'
victory.
Colored men's meeting, to dicoas their pies
eat social state in the North and the South,
b heU in this city, on Wednesday, the
h.v i .
'tninSl.
nu ;-0n the 12th, at Pike's Opera-
uuueV lug .untsu i'fu.
Oo the 15tb, at Chicago, meeting of General
n j r.i ki..
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Son of Malta night parade at Covington,
Ky., on the 1 7th inst.
Hamilton County Demoeratie Convention,
at Smith i. Nixon's Hall, on the 20th Inst.
Republican nominating convention, at tarns
place on the 22nd inst.
Sale by the Sheriff of Campbell County, at
Jamestown, Ky., on the 21 h, cf tt'-atn ferry-
boat im(oifn, and in Licking River, on ths
day, of the steamer Judge Ntt'lv.
Kenton County, Ky., Fair, near Icdspond
enee, on the 27th in.t.
Three hundred and fifty thouiand dollars
worth of stock and machinery, with sis loco-
motives, to be sold at auction on the "Sib inM.
i.i v: 1. u..J..r.
anno coiour. uiu,..u '
at Lawrence County, Mass.
The Mechanics' Institute Exhibition.
The "week of full preparation and complete
display" is upon us. Tho enlivening manifestations
of machine putter, alwaya attractive,
will be especially interesting during this woek,
in the large and convenient ball in the base
ment. We intend to give a daily review of
rarities and improvement on exhibition.
.w.elalWnnmmendoorr.itljens. of nil 1!s.
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to make a visit to the rooms. Visit them to
observe the triumphs of our working men
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v,sit them to inform yourselves of what is now
and useful; visit thoni to patronise the enter-
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prise of tuo comniittee which has expended
large sums to teaks a suitable public entertain
ment.
A Challenge to Douglas.
oiiiiam ii. lorry, r.f ij., oi mis oiiy, us j
addressed a written proposition to lion.
Stephen A. Douglas, oare of Mr. Maaypeony,
Chairman of the Stato Eiecutive Committee,
offering to discuss with him at Tike's Opera
bouso, or ether enmmodious hall, in this city,
on Thursday evening, the important topio of
Popular Sovereignty Mr. Corry contesting
the rmsitioa advocated lv the Illinois Senator.
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Mr. Corry propotes that a commute of the ,
v l .! -t a' .. t. . i
best citiieas of this city shall arrange tho do- ,
tiila of tho meeting, if the pronusitiort be i
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Four Hundred Lunatics!
We eonfoai to a deep feeling of sympathy ;
with trie nnraon hn i. tn n8M for tl,Bm. i
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lug year as b'uperl&tondent of the new Lunatic j
Asylum of Hamiltoo County. The brave man j
who well peiforms bis functions should be a
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Christian gentleman, a skillful physician, an
able manager, and of high-toned public spirit.
He should be refloeouod at once u the leadiriit
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man to care lor and procure reliol to half a
mousana aisoraerea inienecis. ine grnna
land overlooking Carthage, appears to an ob-
suite of new buildingi, eroded on a bench of;
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server, passing on the railroad, like eoino great
i.iij!.. t. i i. i.. j i.
cbatu uuiiuiujj. j.1. ia ampio la cxicm.f suu i
providod with all modern conveniences from
turret to foundation stone.
la Dr. Mount's report, juBt issued, we are
famished with Interesting statistics, wbloh tsa
have not now an opportunity to refer to, other
it lee than to express our belief that the finances
rilneerl under tha enntrol uf ilia nresent Ru-
, r--
periutcudent bavo loen eoonumically expendol,
as the report sboiri the pro rata cost of patients
is less here than elaewbere.
But what a thought ! four hundred lunatic
in this county, Deeding and requiring our sytu-
pathy and assistance 1 The ueiv building it
9 e arly ready for occupation.
Cincinnati a Distributing Market.
Aa the season of trado is setting in, it is im
portant for country merchant to know that
Ciaolnnati it aaiply supplied with all needful
fabrics and product for their fall purchases,
and that nowhere casbjtter bargain be ob
tained than in this market The city of Cin
cinnati Ua goods, and distributes them by
rarloni mods of transit to nxlen States.
Tbm Paasosa DaowmiD.-On Friday last,
Wtirtbington, Miss Beall aotl .uias
nhambcrUin were drowned In the Ohio Uiver,
near WellsbttTg. While crossing tho tivcr, the ;
tkilf foundctod.
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ViTit. Avrniv in Nasiivillk Tho Moi
phla A 17111 announce that on Friday lau
rtifflniilru wiirriil t Xnahville botween Ti. It,
Steward, a defeated candidate for tbo Ljgis- ,
m-;
3Tcn Drocclt has bought "Sherritt,
tho best thrco-year old in America, from A.
Keeno K icharda. Ho is an "Albion" colt.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS. Four Days Later From Europe--The
Arago at Cape Race.
St. Jiihnh, F., Sept. Tho Tinted !
oi-i.. i- 1.:.. .1 r'n.-.l..,,, l.inofl. ,
ninica xuilll Bum memo .-irwii, vj'i,'. ;
from Iavre aU(l Southampton, mi t)it)24lh
iill... with l.ivornun In nil l.uiKtiill advices loin '
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1..,. r'nl nnn of .Oil, nVlnnk
UUn III LCI, LIU.-.DVII V.lll'V ..uv. ..
that the diBpati'li hna been unintentionally
misdirected, and thnt tho Artfja passed Caps'
Race tho 2d. lUi'.
Tho screw steamship Amjlo-Saxon, from
Qucbeo, arrived at Liverpool on tho 2.1d ult.
From Washington.
Vashisotox, September 4. The Uovern-
ment has boon adviBed by Ueneral Harney of
hi proceedings in taking possession of the
MMd or bu Luan. an, tho steamer o to-
morrow will convey to Inn a reply. I'rom
nhat has transpired hero, it is reasonable to
nfor that tho position of tho Administration
nduiita of no ooropnuniso, It being fully satis-
fiod that the is.and bc.ong, to the Uttcd
oflioial notice is given that in all oases in
which pre-emption, declaring statements
foundod ou corns Me actual pcttlomeut and,
cultivation, made tirior and up to date, uud
by te'ttlctJ be(,re tte ,h '(if October, tho
jjegiBters an,i receivers are directed, where
. the pro-emptinn (.laiuinnts are unaoie ana ao
j -t prove
cutiTatull traot9 from t,0 pui,ii0 sales in Min-
nesota. to talco place in October and Novem-
I ber. The Secretary cf the Interior has in-
j formed certain memorialists in St. Louis, who
..boil tVit thn nnlilin lnndnf Kunans anil Ne-
bra,B bo withheld from private entry after
) tho close of tho pubtie fiiles, that tha Presi-
"P"""" V" "" '"
! withnopoworto grantsucharenucst.
fj.D0 St(lta jjcpnrtDient bis neon informed oy
Mr. Wright, Jlmistvr to iierlin, tbat it is not
true, as repunoa y umay Amen. u-
serving in tho Pruseian aruiy. Ho knows of
none.
The Trepidant ha racogmzod Ileinrica
j Mullen as Consul from tbo freooitj of Bremen,
' oavam.u, v,.,.
From Baltimore.
Baituork, September 4. The law and or
dor town-nieetinu fur to-morrow eveniog will
be an imooeuso uffiir, and the spirit already
manifextid has bad its effect UDon the rowdy
j gangi. A full independent ticket will benom
will inated. Our city ia certainly had euoegh, hut
I the sonffttion reporters havo awfully exnggc-r-
Th. LI. c,..n.K,.i.t ..nt.
, . hi3 spirit of exg-ra- j
. tiuu. 11 i uu in , ni.gii i"u 'i ..un.i, i
two witnesses wcio nainmeu, and yet nniono ,
i either saw or beard of any violence to tl;o ,
i females on board. The other parts of tho
j fti)ryi as orginaly published, tppoar to havu
1 been equally oiagniued
Movements of Senator Douglas.
Washinotos, September 4. Senator Doug
las leaves the city to-morrow morning, paus
ing through Harritburg at noon and Touch
ing Pit'aburg at midnight. Ho tpenka in
Colummis Ht two o clonk WKlnesuny nrwr-
noon, nncl in uunmnati on im'.iwy eu'.u
tatno i- Ho wnl rcuch Chicago on fcntuiday.
River News.
, Pittsbvbc;, Sept. 41'. M. -Itiver twenty
r,0hc3 at Olain houe and lV'.lM.g. Weather
I nl.'Hr n"J oil.
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eT. I.ona. Sont. 1-P. M. Itiver eont nuea
t:i reerdij at tbii paint, and all the upjicr
stream a are falling. Weather cloudy and cool.
LonsviLuc, Sept. 4-P. M. Itiver station
ary, wiihthreo t'eat two inches in tbo cmal.
MARRIED
On Tlmiadnr uiornlue;, '-ptemtjiT I. hy l!v. W. H.
Sinlierlmul, rdr. A iiiiik.in Vanpki.t l Miss VinoiisiA
llAaK, nil ui ilu. cily.
DIED
! ,.n SihiriUy, tneM In't, mr. BAMIEI, ui.,nr, m
I III" 17111 year in iiismi'.
I Tti..fii.,.,nlwi.lt:1ki;i!.rerr,,mhiHlateiTndencp,:fi
Wi'd Nmili-nriiot.liflow John, on Miiiiihiymoriiiiu,
; a' hnllit nine i.Vhp. k. Knumla of toe family an
1 r'H-H-IMlly inviti'd tu ailonil wiilmut fiirtinr no. ico.
j A, (.,rthR(,i ,,,,,, r Kasmv a., of j.
j WiIIIhpI tiny, nml il.nwhii.r of V ililaui end
, Fn'iuv bin iniin, iiKi'il ia y.ire. ..
I Tin- fuu'iMl wid mki plm-o nt the reiidon.-e ol her
p.ii'"iitN, u uanniigM, nu .'iiiii'ia, me .-in iiii., v
niiK- o'tlf-k A. Tlio Ti icitd.4 ul ilie family are in-'
I vit-d tuuttend witliout further nutioo.
j DiXons Blackberry l.'ariiiiiiativc
A SKK, RASY AND EFFU'ITUAL CURB, K0B
Siiiiimer Complaint, Dinnlita, Flux, Ac.
trTTvvKiity-flvo conla per bolMe."a'
OV.O. JT. DIXON, liriiKgwt.
n:0-rin Cuiuerof Fiflh and jlntii-ntreeU.
SPEC I A Tv NOTICES.
CINCINNATI 1NDEIHNI-
UillS? F.NT llliihhind i.mr.ls, Att.'ntiou!-ri.in-
lo orderi I vCjfMiii.l. II I'utrlrli.- I 'lie rompnny
will nei.ii,ie .tt :M,iinmii n.iii, in luiinndiovi, for
tlrill. T H I S i Monday i hVKMS'.!. HM pi l
n -fick rrecifiy. After drill vn nmi tiny
JleetinK will i held. It. b. KlLi'.VTi'.K K,
son:,..-!' tinloily -i::. ni!.
flws?aTHK MEMBERS OK TMH
WW -extiik mus pam'.no li h ,
Mwt.WWeatwn-rostet.Vio.-tf.lilis'ilond'.jri
EVK81t.tlra'yr.. ti.aiiii-s u . ior, .nul
wj)1 tifltranjijdm, jjy oiii.-roi mo i.nnirrfiaii.
"cpi-a JIAHKIi: v . Moul.E.
aMwBt'fN ESS MEN'S fRAYKR
BW M.EF,0?,Th14 w??"';11 Vii
bwwment et tbo First I'hnrcli. All urn luviiod. ivi
".:;::; .TV '. r,-i ii"
u arar.didate for County Onitniwrnier cf
H""l'ou County at the cuyiini: October election.
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SPi:f!lM, VOTK'i: -n Is
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li'ii.iiyimroiiiini Hut uy I. it V m i ' ti-
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M-ntiiiK of Viiit'.i- l,io-je. ho. loo, on '.; "
( piuptMB f ni'uniiWii-r nnd'-r tim u'liemi t of Im-l.-...-
: t:iiip,,ratiuuoi tniatlute, by el." li.,n ot'tni'iiivi mid
tloek. W. 31. KHUL. N.
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rriun l'n'riv aleii smoke-consem-
.8. ISO COAL COOlilNd HTOVE,
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L ll R .-i llCTLtTOT?.
"iv etTirc
oia siz-iij,
Now iMinu exlillniid in tbu lnrjiM nort mentor
anyt'stablisl i,'. Ill tlie VVi-etern c mntry. I'ort.ile
b:th.Iuri,l..r.aud .Manubo-iurers.
ADAM A PKCKOVIiR.
NOVKLTY IRON VOCSHEIIT,
.Iso. Stakton. V. li,
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
EXCURSION TICKETS.
Chicago $12, and Return,
—BY THE—
NEW AND DIRECT ROUTE,
Cincinnati, Lima and Chicago
RAILROAD.
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rr HIS COMPANY WILL SELL TICK ETS
Tm; U.H. Adulter,,! Fa r, to If b eld at
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Surnct : HoU. it the W.llimt-treet House ,or ,ttl.o
Sixth-street Depot.
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WEST FOUR.TH-ST.,
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G0SSA6B &
CITYLER'S
JIAUNIFICEST .STOCK OP
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If FALL II8ESS GOODS,
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SILKS, SILKS, SILKS,
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DRESS STUFFS,
YATiJXlt A 1)H l'.VKIS,
TOIL HE VALISTIA,
KLEUAST STYLES PKIKTEU MKKINOS,
EMBEO I DEKIES
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Xj.OJES goods.
STELLA, ciiapb AND PLAID WOOL
fiiej':h AVRorsnT skts,
CArES, BERTHAS AND COIFFURES,
POINT BRl'SHELS PETS,
INFANTS' WAISTS,
SHETLAND WOOL VAILS, 4o.
SHAWLS A3TD SCARFS,
K1IAWI.S, Ac.
Linens! Linens!
FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.
(ireat loducouiouts cflercd In
LINEN SHEETINGS,
TABLE CLOTHS ANH DAMASKS,
TOY. EL1M5W AND NAPKINS,
DIlAI'EBV.DOMKSTICSi
UUILTMC&C.
DELANO, GOSSAGE & CUYIER,
West Four ttr St.
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SEVENTEENTH EXHIBITION
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE,
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1 -(v n,.ivii'lnib5 Priniiia
iA0 i..pat.-10llh J lOOHife,
THE LARGEST DISPLAY
01' tu r.
Industrial and Fine Arts
KVKIl ULLLI IN THE M' KST,
OfCIPVIMI
HACHINKKV tX AIOTION ALL THE PAT,
TI CK KTS 25 CENTS.
EVERY BODY ATTEND.
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Dissolution cf Co-Partnership.
raKE CO-PA Rl'XE 1S1IIP HEUETOl'ORE
U- oi-.tirii botweeti tlin underif-neil itas ilia-
fiolvoil t'i" lr. Ipitant, hy miitiinl consent.
MiWAIIH W A It i i authorized tocollec:t all debts
ilu tlio iii-n.nud will settlu nil r)'tiiusa'nin"t it
r.liW'AIIII WAltH.
sett-. r' .Hil?l It, OHYSf.
Grass SeedB.
rgMMOTltV SEEM, CLOVER SEED,
JSL l.'lue tlniiJ Scud, Ked Ton Send, in tdore nnd (or
hill.' by tl. W. II ASKLl'IMS t'O.
p." Seeil Sloio, 171 V'slnut-strevt.
I Seed Wheat,
j vrjEAT, (SIXTY-SEVEN
M ami a, hull r-ntilii to the boshcl;) hontnekt-
' Wll'WImt ami V.arly Mat- Whot Inetoreand
"'" So-d Ktoiti, in A'slnut-street.
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TOE ARB, PEACHES, yfl.VCKS, AND
M. Urope, by tha barrel, Inislud or baekel, at
I S:ore, 171 Welntlt-'sm-c't!' SMr0 th
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
m lijii una m in io aii
Tr Mh, at four P. M., fur Gallipo-fa
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II. Pnnumv la,kr.bllt-0 nnd MlirietUi.
nlanHil Inw.w.ror .tnitntor RRLTAKCR. A.. T011
nally, Master. A. D. Johnston, Hera, will leave s
aliove. for trelRht, apply to GEO. O. JOHNSTON
ft CO., S9 West Front-street. ep5-a
CORNS,
BUNIONS,
Sic, Sc, 'Ac.
.PATIOS BARNETT,
Well known to the t'ltiens ol t'inclnuntl,
AFTKtt A TWENTV YEAE9' IIE81DKNCB
Among tlii'in, woiilil rcspootfullr proient his claim
to a share of tliclr pntronajo.
BEING ASSURED BY PERSONS WHO
have ii limit ted to Ire atinont.botli from bts ex
perienced hands anil 'mm renowned Professors, that
tbo system taught In 'V' Ktiroiwnn Colleges does not
differ, to tho extent ol mo variation In price, i. e. $1
total), and havlua the good of tills coninnuiity at
lieart, lie offers to exhibit, to thoso intertHteil, a host
' of cortltlcates, from well-knowu residents of Ciuclu-
natl, Doctors, Judges, La wyers, Merchants and He
' rliHclcs, mimes and signatures tbnt can be recog
nl7od by all.
! reeling confident that he ran, with his credentials!
i eiitor tbo fluid against all new-comers, dive better
gatislactlOD, with tlioinmo permanency of cure, (or
one-tenth of the price, bo has no lieiltation in in
viting all to call athisltoonm,
No. 6 Bank Buildings,
THIItD.9TR.EET, WEST OF MAIN.
K. 1). Will attend at the residence of families If
desired. sepO
Burnett's Cocoaine,
1JREPARED FROM DEODERIZED CO
M. COA-NliT OIL, Is one of tbo most efflclout
liroparntlonH tor roinuving dandrufl. promoting the
lirontb of the hnir, anil rendering it soft, smooth
nuu tfii)Bj. jvr euio ny
HUIHE, K0K8TKIN & CO.,
sopJ-o Opposite the Postolflce.
Aqua Ammonia.
tyf CARBOYS AQUA AMMONIA, F. F.
F. Just received and for sal" tiv
tiUIKE, ECKSTEIN tc CO.,
!rJ-c Oppoi te tha Poatofflce.
Glycerol of Arnica.
rriUE BEST HEMEDY FOR BRUISES,
J. Cuts, .Spmina, Burns, Scald., Ac. More than
three tlnios tneetranvtli of tb.eTlnctnre,aiid-aiisiii
no pain orsinartinK In ItK apolicailoti. Prepured by
HUIKB, KOKBTBIM it CO.,
sop3-c Opposite tlie PoHtoBlre.
Smith's Tonic.
Ifl GROSS SMITH'S TONIC FOR FEVER
- AND AGUE nwnived and fur sale Iv
&V1&K. ECKSTK1N dc CO.,
'P-1-e Opposite the Poatofflce.
Fluid Extracts.
WE HAVE ON HAK1) A LARGE AS
SORTMENT of Tiliieu A Thavor'a lTlnhl
Extracts. 'or salo by
sale hy SCIRE, K0KSTR1S A CO.,
Hopj-o Oppo.'ltw the Pontomce.
Havana Cigars.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN-
OT UElt invoico of the favorite Crusaders,
Washington,
Sobrinnn,
Purlslmns,
Lucantadorss,
Prlmarnras. Ac. lc.
For salo by bL'lKlv, tCKbTKIN 4 CO.,
M'l"i- Oppuiit tho POHtHUlcfl.
(Cincinnati Horticultural Society's
ANNUAL FALL EXHIBITION,
WILL OPEN
On Tuesday Evening, September 6,
-AT T HE
PALACE GARDEN,
Vine-'trect, between Fourth nnd Fifth.
sepJ-aM
BURNING FLUID. CAMPI1ENE AND
FHOSUEXE-Mnmiriicliiiwl ami fnrmlc by
B, UAUTLETT A CO.,
scp5-at '.W Went Vrunt-strcot.
COAL OIL AND FLUID LAMPS. A
larao supply on hand nml for ale by
JJ. HAKTLKTT & CO.,
sop.at Sii Vet Front street.
fiiUNDMES. GLUE-1U0 BAKRELS, AS-
t IKTKD, from 111 toOTccnta; PotiiBh-SO casks;
lied i. orils 'id doen, on ronsitmment; White Lend,
M ap, Candli'D, l'ainta, Putty, Venetian Itpil, YVkit
inx, Ac. For aale by B. BAIITLETT A CO..
K'P'i-al ii West Front-street.
Dissolution of Partnership.
fjnilE PARTXKUSUIP IIERET0F0HE
-ra. rxlstlnw ladwreii im under tln firtu of WOOD,
liliA CO.. in ihlnUity dlswdveil by mutual consent ,
Pepoaltora will be paid by our succesaorj, K. KI.LIS,
.la., & CO. W. B. WOOll,
J. Mil'. LKA,
It. KLLIS, .In.
We eordiallv reconunend onrsuccesaniH, Jleaars, B.
XLLI.S, Ja., i Co., to our i-UHtoniera and l'rii nil.
W. It. Will 1 1),
.1. MoC. LliA.
ClKI INNATI, AllgUSt M, l.SV.l,
The nnilerHimieil liiia tide dav formed n cumirtner-
shipivith Mr .IAJIKS W. VINTON, in then oof
K. Kllia, Jr.. ft Co., for tho purpoaeof rontiii niiiM the
liaukinir Kxcliatige Hint Collection bnaineas, at the
ohl Hand of Wonil, Lea & Co., Nn. Wont Third
street, and Holicitaaconliiiuance of thn patrnnasoof
: tliel'rieuilaoftheoM firm. K. KLL1M, Jn.
I Cincinnati, AiiKiwt 3D, lni!. sepl-aw
JUBEL OVERTURE."
i
rnHBPROPWBTOKS OP THE CASINO
take nh-axnrn in statinir tlmt this manter-niece
mi Wnher'a baa ben added to their wonderful
Orchestrion, anil will lie pertornieu every everunu.
I Citizens and stranKers visitlnic the Moelutulcs'
j Kthihitiun ehouhl not, fail to call and hoi this won-
derl'id InNtriimnnt, a It is the -rentcst piece of
t mechanism in the country,
i tiaaino opposite Pike- Opera-bouse.
! lnrAdiiiittanre freo, ep.1-aw
HI ARRANGING PARLORS,
HALLS, OFFICES, AC., TOR TJ1E
wlntrr. rmeinlir tho opportunity jou now
liaVHOlnettiuK Hun
KMiHAVJMJS,
j l'AINTIMJS,
! Stereoscopic Viens, Artist Matorlnls, Ac, at almost
Halt' (he Usual Prices,
I Vntil onr presont stock is mid. lluv now, ns Una
htore in lint soon lw closed out. It isyour only chance,
aa tho prints remaining will be taken awav. tvuuo
I lime fiipiKiiodour beat print are selected out. Not
j so. Tim
! FINEST PARLOR PICTURES,
I Will bo renUoed up to the lnct. ill order to soli the
rlx'aper, but fond prints. KvanKcline. I'aat nnd
Future, Senate Chamber, Little tiumuel, Ac, Ad
can nlwnyif bit liad.
KrnmliiK will be mntlnned a ntual. Fi.xtures,
sueh iw Cases l'ortrolios, Safe, 4c, for Hide.
0P3-C A.l'. O J!'JM'JSA C'0,l.nWiiluut-sl.
ffl HOC'EttlEts. I'UEE BIO, JAVA A'D
T Mneh.i I'nffees, choice How Orleuns Uncar,
lioldeu Hlrnp, Sucar-hotwu nnd Now Orleans Mo
lasnon, choice Green and Black Teu, toirethee wlih
every i tber article uminlly k;pt ilia FIRST XA
OBoCKitY, Insloruanii fur .ale at low prices, und
d.iivered free of charge to any lmrt of the city, by
J, FMtlil'HilV, Grocer,
li p3 Corner Ulntli aud Ylne.
RANDY AND WINE FOE, J1EDICAL
purposes. I Nivoreiiialninu a small lot of very
HneoldOtard and lionnossay Itrandlea, which I oiler
for medical purpose, from a knowledge of their su
periority. Also Madiria, Miurry ana l'ort Wines;
Cauwbn, Hiill, Hi kln nnd flry, all of au erlor
iiuality, and at very low pii'';".
sera Corner Mnlli and Vine.
Tf-fcUltE CIDER VINES ART KEEP CON
JB- amntly upon hnnd an excel lent artical of Cider
Vinegar, suitable lor P'oa.ie;.
J. FERGUSON, Crocor,
tepj Corner Ninth and Vine,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BAYARD TAYLOR'S NEW WORK.
TBiVFLS IN
GREECE AND RUSSIA',
WITH AS
EXCURSION TO CRETE.
Price 31 a
WANDERINGS IN INDIA
And other sketches of
LIFE IN niNDOSTAN. .
nr jokn umi.
Price l
Up Among the Paudies,
-uit
A TEAK'S SERVICE IX INDIA.
IT LI HIT. SMJENOTII.
Price - !l
A NEW NOVEL,
COUSIN GEOFFRY, THE OLE BACHK
LOIt; by TuEouoa HooK.iAuthor "Maxwell," 4n.
rrlce - 5Uo.
roa sua nr
ROB'T CLARKE & CO.,
55 West Fourth-street.
scp3-bl 1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the iindflmigniiil has been appointed Adminis
trator of the estato of . I. H. Honliani.ileceaei'd. Pur
mm baring claims against the eatuto will pienso
present tbom. . .
icpl-c A. K.BOKIIAM.
rallIE LADIES PROPOSE HOLDING .
JL fair for the benefits of tit. Joxeuh's
Clinrch, corner Twelfth anil Griwnup.streKtD, at
ODD FALLOWS' HALL.Covinston. Kv.iCutnuienii
ing MONDAY, Septembers, ami crintinniiiHteuilays.
ulilic patninagowlll be gratefully received.
Bep3-j THE I'-Allt Cu.lUllTTK
:u.
JOHN H. DETERS,
FABHIONAHLK
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. 03 West Fourtli-atroet,
WISHES TO CALL THE ESPECIAI,
attention of gentlemen to bin larso sloe'
full wnrk. whirli is now own for inapoitun. .Iimi
received aomo new stylus Knglitb Over-galtcrs. IJall
and see tnem. sop.)
HAT!
BRILLIANT IK COLOR,
PERFECT IN CONTOUR,
LIGHT AS A GOSSAMER.
INTRODUCED, SEPT. 3.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS
No. l-li) Main-street,
HELOW FuTHTU.
tpl-av
CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFS,
PERFUMERY, &c.
GEO. M. DIXON,
K. Ei Cor. Fiflh and Main-sts.
OVFEKS INDUCEMENTS TO CLOSE
caeti buyers uf ull (inula iu the Hue.
ip2-avi
SoliipT" Soap ! !
rffcjrk BOXES CASTILE, MOTTLED;
jkw9 m bumn ('HSiilf, liilf,
J.'i " iii mid It'fl.
tin " Kancy, iifjsorli'ii;
1W rihhb Viini'.v, iissortcil, comprising,
LOW'S A OLEAVEltri' n)wii Wluilsor, nonf,
Glvreriue, Sou I'lowor 01'. I'oni'im', Almond, ac,
For sale low by (iU '. M. Di XON. riiMut,
senl-aw NmOIi-cusI coid'T Cifih suit MhIii.
Gum Opium.
POUNDS OLD CKOP FOR SALE
JdJy hy OEO. M. PIXON. Bniwixt, ,
nepa-aw riortli east corner nun ami iiinin.
1t
M-r by
m-pi-aw
Gum Camphor.
15ARREL8 REFINED, FOR SALE
OKO. M. )l.l,I)ru?KIt.
North-east corner fifth and Main.
"Burnett's Cocoaine
FOR THE HAIR -BURNETT'S KAL
LI8TON FI'll TIIItCllMl'LKXION.-SO gnwa
above staple articlinii for sale bv
GK'i. M. DIXOV. JlrnssrlHt,
sep2 aw Tforlli-eaat corner Fiflri and Main.
Fruit Jars.
KrfTk (iROSS QUARTS AND HALF-GAL-Jx
LOS, l'atcnt Ola" Jar. for anln by
GKO. M. DIXON. UniKSiat.
Nnrtli-eaat coi ner Klmi anil Main.
spp2-nw
I)ixoa?s Blackberry Carminative.
TIIIS WELL KNOWN AND POPULAR
remedy for nil Bowel and Htomni h affections
ii.uvlu. had at all the linn: aturim in Urn city, i'le-
pinedonlyhy OKO. M. IUXON. JrnS aist,
S'p2 w
LKRM'P.RT 1IVL.
Xorlh-east. t urner Kiftli aud Mam.
.iamks Titnnr.
JJYIj Ss CO..
CLEAXEBS OF BIX ICS ANI VAULTS,
No. 'hi Sistli-stii'"t, between Vino nml Kara, In
tho Medical Ciillep.), tlnciimati.Olilo. I'cMtnis who
ui.v favor ilk with their palronasn, cuu inly nu puuc
tnality mi-1 low prli-ea. eepl-ii)-
TAIlK I31JTTJI2K,
01? SUPERIOR QUALITY", KECE1VEI)
DAlliY BY EXPRESS, and
Sold, wholesale anil relnil, by
JOSEPH Q. N0U116E,
au3l-d 1M Wost Fourth-strict, corner of film.
thos'. "wTparrin & CO.",
V!I(II,i;sAl,i: AND ItETAII,
IAJ 31 BE 11 PEA LEKS.
"VARl O.N FREEMAN-ST., NEXT TO
.B. Cincinnati, Hamilton and liayton Railroad.
Wnwonolratl lue lllieniioillll ruit uuaBiavi ieiun,.i
... .1.- r..n mil f lllnM.
IU luff lllll'ooiiH lilliiPl , u.v".
Cash. 4Mon'.
Clear. S In. I'lauk, per M feel Sllawi Sli'iK)
i ....
'i " "
IW " "
I In. Hoard,
1st C'em., II In. l'jjkiik,
is :: -
111
I In. Board, "
.'4 " !:
2d Com., 2,.
no
57 Oil
17 ;,n
.17 Ml
a, on
s., Oil
S7 no
42 .Ml
Xi IS)
s:i 7.1
v no
m imi
24 .'ill
l CM
it a
S3 50
11 60
12 ll
1(1 III
Grub Pl'k, 'J
ad Com., I , ' .,
lilto pine jenring j u
ll.,.,lnrk
dlllHld incenil K. lun.mi o ,uao li .w
" BaudJUfl.... U oo
poplar : " - J
PIU8 t. .t . 16.vi
0k ' . , K'S
incx ooriuti Dtntius, t..
IH 71
1st Oom. While-nil
2d Com.
m in
m en
.M en
40 (1
3ii (hi
'.11 an
ll ISI
;i.'i lai
:i? mi
y, no
31 !)
.li nu
x r
17 Ml
if. on
r. mi
Yi AO
13 0(1
12 .VI
l M
I.i CO
15 011
17 .'HI
17 (HI
37 m
a is)
SIIW)
WHO
woo
17 !
1.1 no
I(M
!li (JO
!U I', mi.
Yelljtv.piuo p liiorinit noartis -n "
clear fur atopt
1st Com. Wliito-plne Weuther lloarda, lt on
2d Com. ' " "
lat Com. Partition Boards jJJ JW
2d Com. " . W
i'or l)reHod bmnber, 9' : lor one
el It-, and ti for two sides extra will
lie chnrgtid. ,'-..
No. 1 Shaved Shingles I 4
No. I B iwcd " 0t
Inferior iitMlIllo In proportlou.
Oed.ir 1'euciug I'oats, 4 by 4 In. each... M flo
Hough an :is
j,o -list
On bills of S-'iOO or over a further reduction of2i per
cent .is made.
At tnese prices we have two or three million foet of
go id Seaaoned Lumber for sale.
fartles wisblnK tu nurchawi Lumber will do wll to
give as a call. lUOMAS W. 1'AItllIM A 1)0.
l(anlMfl)
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WESTERN
wiu
CHANCI B ITS LOCATION
TO-
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
, OPPOSITE TUB TOSTOFFICK,
-ox-Monday,
tho 13th, int.
CPECLUENS OF
I'fiimaiisliip of the Instiluliou,
HAT OB 8K8H AT THK
MECHANICS' FAIR.
sepi-fml
P Ii U S ULTRA !
I'ASIIION'AIILB
Xn.SZlBS HATS,
Dodd's Hat Store,
144 MAIN. STREET,
sepl-bt East side, below Fourth.
HALF-FARE EXCURSION TRAIN.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
3 CHi.HS-VH ississRmdJ
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
G RAND NATIONAL
HORSE SHOW
AJiU
LADIES' EQCESTRUK FAIR,
TO BE HKLD AT
D A. Y T O N ,
September 6, T, 8, 9 aud 10, 18S0.
GRAND BALLOON ASCENSION,
OS
SATUI1PAY.
Tare for tho Round Trip, $1 75.
(ft--STIIIS EXHIBITION IS DESIGNED
SreSF to -xcul anything of the kiml ever alven in
ilm l iiiteil Mtiitea. Some of the most noted hones
of the country will DeHt liayton.
A larifi-amount of iiri'iiiiuina are to m ulitritmteil.
Seats havo been erected to accommodate thirty thou
sand visiioi a. Ami the candidates for Onvornorwill
adilresn tlie peopleou thesili init.a
Hie programme lor rainroay win tousisi ui iiui
tlug Jlatchei, for puniea by all tbo Horses recetvlnn
pri-miimiK, at 'i V. Jl.: a Kace for heavy pnrie, be
tween tlirw (anions Hornet, will takn place. From
three tnhalf past four 1'. At, a beautiful sineatriiin
apecuirlo. by a iiuuiber ot youiiK ladles, who will
compete for prizea, A Urartu lialloon Ascension bv
Mom J ('. Bf.i.i.mam, att H. SI., In his mammoili
liiillnon, 'LnviHtlmu." Uuriii ilmday, an opportu
nity will be given ladies and gi-ntluiiicti, tn make
axial Hiconsimia to the altitinleot live hnudrfd tent.
swr In Kldlliun 'i 1 Uu lii'Kiuar i rmim, a iiaijp
FAKE TRAIN will bo run daily during the cun
tinuauce of the Fair. Leaving Cincinnati at6:4.1 A.
M., reachinx llnylun ut i:.Kl A. M. mopping stall
way statliins. KetnrniiiR, will leave Dayton at 4:15
I'. M. -stopping at all way atatloni'. The half fare
Tickets, will ano he good on the 7:40 P. M. Train
fn ni Ilay ton for Minmiaburgh, Oarlinlc, Mlddletown,
Humllion,(;icudule and Cincinnati, Its regular stop.
niuK stations. I. tlcLAUKN, BiiporiutDndont.
laepa-at
KELSEY & CO.'S
SEWING-MACHINES
Office 30 West Fourth-street,
CIKUNNATI.
TB ASIC OF A DIBCRIMIjKATINtt
T puhlic, in pursuit of a rnliaMe 8nrlng-nln-chlne,
thn nioit rlxld comrarison of the menu of
tlii-KoMiicliinps with allotliera in the market, we
court it, beintf sure it will result in our favor.
l V. HARRINGTON & ()..
atOn Asjentn.
soutih;ate iionsF.,
South-east corner of Sixth and Elm, Cincinnati, tl.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RENEWED
his l.iiiro of the foiitliKiit Houne, and expondeil
a large amount of money In painting, oarpuiiiig, unit
reruniishlud it, introducinn Bnthliin-roeuiH, Vter
closeta, noil every possible, convenience and luxury
throughout, invite a continuance of the public pat
roiingo. lie feels confident tbnt the home will b
found, with it recent iiuprovnruente, in a better
rendition than when first opened for the reception or
Kiiesta. Tho location of tlie hotel is ceutral and con
venient, either for ni-town visit or down-town
linriinena. Meals nro regnlnrly served at the table)
d'hote, or iu private rooms, nml tuniiBhed at all
hours. The terms am $1 per duy, and accommoda
tion punal to any 81 M Ier day lionae In the city.
The hoiiKBwill be kept open nuht anil day, at all
lionrs. Oninlliiisea will bo in attendant to and from
the car. Hioiikfast for narly train. And for tho
H. KINGSBURY,
Professor of tlie Guitar and Flute.
Laillis and Gentlemen wishing in
tmoiinii on either of tn above in-
iii.,riMn.iiiH. will receive prompt at-
. '. . A . i .l..l. .l.n.u ... 1
litiiV tention, ny leavinB uu
1 wr ,i, aiiiaie. stniea ol V m. C. l'eters A
HnS .Inbn Church nnd Win. M. Peters. nu'JI-aiu
IMPOTENCY CURED,
1
AKD
PULL VIGOR RESTORED,
IN TROM ONE TO THREE WEEKS,
-DI-
DE. JAMES,
'
I
-0F-
NO. l WEST FOrHTH.STEEET,
OhB DOOB BELOW ITIKK'S OPBBA-HOCHII
DR. JAMES CURES OLD CHRONIC,
Mercurial, Syphilitic, and all disease of the
skill, blood uud goneratlvo organs.
DISEASES PECULIAR TO 1'EMALES,
Such as Amenorrhea, Jlysmenorrliea, Metorrhogia,
Oholorosls, Nervous and General Debility, 4o., suo
cessfully treated.
DR. JAMAS' long practice in New Orleans, and
the lndornoment of almost the entire Southern Preas, ,,
should convince the moat skeptical aato his pro-x
ftciency. Thousands of testimonial! could be pro- ,
dnced by the Doctor, from persona whom ho has
successfully treated, did not tha delicacy of the sub.
Joct prevent the publication of names,
DR. JAMES' Office Is No. 79 West Fourth-street,
up stairs, one door below Pike's Opera-house, where
bs can be consulted from nine A. jn. till nve r. m
All. Professional Interview Confidential,
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