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CI5CINNATIs
The Mechanics' Exhibition.
The halli of Pike'a Oper-houi wer. ltvely
last night with th. hum of machinery and
the open-mouthed commendation of crowds of
plea., people, a, they .a.ter.d from room
v . .t. RiWb t on. The
to room oi in . .
.idewalk. during the .toning were lined with j
peopl. seeking aoo... to th. door,, while he
Tand of mu.10 from a gallery oon.truoted
along th. front of th. Immense buiMing
courfed charming mn.ic. A. th. hand.om,
ladies and w.U-dr...ed patron, pa,, to at the
maia .ntr.no., let observe ""
glow on th. countenance, a. Ih.y g.t the first
glin,p,.of th. fia.-.rt department, and har
Th.ir commendatory eipres.ior,.. b.t
charming gronp of sUtn.rj; the fountain., th.
ghrubi od the flower, remind me of th.
country I Th. truth is, oi.y peopl. would
Mve their usual pe of doctors bills if
they would make but on. visit to the rooms.
What would bsppen if tbey came twice, and
Drought their who!, families, w. e.n't say. At
th. welcoming entrano. of th. front door 1. a
bank of green grass, with Cook's snuruhbery
t uteiully .rrangsl .round sn artifioial beam
of water, while naiads snd nymph, have nil
their nativ. graoes to obnrin yoa. A newly
kindled pride is .wakened at one In eaoh
visitor, as h. or sb. gHnee. down th. long
aisle, of Industry, represented In be.utiful
shapes-shapes snd forms adapted to all va
rieties of u,e,. The throng pass along through
the range of the fine art, proper and then pro
oeed to the ba.ement, and there they Wield
th. triumphs of th. Maohinery department
GrkenwiLd'b higbly-fhiisbed engine give, the
nn.lv. now.r. and Lank A Bodikt ,aw, are
put to motion, to the gratification of crowd, of
obtervers.
While, the .roups ar. watohlng with lnteret
ih. toB-rolllnu and sawing, ws will amend the
sups to another room and ohserv. th. pruduot
and mannfaotures, which claim the Tribute of
our pen at every step we tabs, but a, we osnnoi
be arrested to th. throng at this point, we will
allow the vitltor th. full fluth of excitement of
seeing aUth. glittering finish, arti.tio adorn
ment and Ingenious adaptation, while we fall
gently Into an eddy, and describe briefly an
humble product of th. Vest, one of the oddest
that you eould anticipate ihould be the one
first deioribed In th. Great Fair. We call
your attention to a Nativ. Amerioan article a
great monster Cannel coal lump-Just like
other soal lump,, only larger. It i, the grand
father of some twenty beautiful and useful oils
and chemical,, that not one In ten thousand
would have seen If It had not been for this
Fair, or heard of, If not for the Pinny Pre.
Meaers. 15. 6umw, E. 8- Waynk, of tbo
Cincinnati and Phoenix Coal Oil Companies,
having produoed the most numerous specimens,
we give a list of articles alt obtalnod by sub
joeting lumps of coal to boat In retorts. First,
you nee a miniature oolumn of parnjim
whit, wax, lik. spermaoetl on a basi, of pol
ished cannel eoal; then a series of tall glasses
filled with three or four grades of oils; from
the first distillation oomes cool tar, used for
paint; then benwle, which Is nied in making
gas at low temperature,; then lubricating oil,
uied for maohinery; then illamina ting oil,
whioh Is clear and transparent, and well-nigh
odorless; this is now a popular oil for burning
in lamp,.
In tb. proeeis of distillation reiiduums and
produots of various value and character are ob
tained suoh as aqua ammonia, or ammonia
water, sulph. ammonia alumnia, carbon,
napthalin, ammonia .lumen, oxide of iron,
sulphate ammonia, sulphur and orude parafiin..
While we have been examining theie various
specimens, shaking the contents to the glass
jars, and wondering at the analytio power
our chemists, and the rich wealth hidden
our coal lumps, the crowds have jammed up in
group, all around the hall, and we eicape
from the room,, promiaing to take note, to the
machinery department, and take good care not
to get too close to the immense oironlar naws
whirling away and slashing dab, off of tb.
saw-log. We advise the anxious people to
stand further back, so that all can ice its ex
cellent work. We congratulate there Cincin
nati mt.hanios on the success of their Cincin
nati institution. Look oat fir daily notices
by the Penny Prt't of th. Mechanics' Fair.
Every department is now in prime order, and
the committee ar. active in t-lja.tiiig every
thing f ir the oomfurt andeonvenience of visit
oi". Jl --ry on goes bnme highly delighted,
nud the rmral effects of the improving vim
will bare a lastiog Influence on young and old.
Conference Day.
Methodist preachers are aU in suspense
where the Bishop will appoint them to. Con
ference meets to da In Dayton, and import
ant subjects will be discussed.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS
Additional by the North Briton.
Fabtrcb Point, September S Th. stesmer
Vi'tttr, of tb. Bremen and Hamburg tin., ha,
been withdrawn for repair.
Messrs. Canard adr.rtis. tb. ,erw-staamer
li'iliin, for Halifax, to sail on Saturday, the
27th nit., simnltaneoasly with th. Arabia for
Halifax and Boiton.
It is believadthat Mr. Lever , offer to charter
th. QrnU Emtern ha, been rejected.
lb. Russian frigate Grand Admiral hail ar
rived at Portsmouth.
Several members of th. English royal family
ar. pass.ngors on board the North Briton.
Their visit to Canada is auppoied to hare
refereno. to th. contemplated visit of th.
Prinns of Wale, to the British possessions.
The East Indian loan had all been award.d
at rttes above 07 per cent. Tb. Russian loan
has been a partial failure.
It is reported that th. British Govern ment
congratulated Franoi on the reoent political
amnesty. . ,
Th. impression prevails that the recent
appointment of Oen. MoMahon to th. com
mand at Lille is in oonseqnenee of the pro
jeeted fortlnoatlom at Antwerp.
Three per cent, rentes dosed on th. Paris
Bours. at 89f. 10s. Th. Pati, flour market
was heavy.
Th. Atlantic Tsl.sraph Company recently
deputed Mr. F. C. Webb, an engineer of con
siderable experience in testing and experi
menting on telegraph cables, to proceed to
Valentla and examine th. present state of the
Atlsntie Cable, ana nis report ! pnbitsn.d in
th. English papers. After detailing the ieien
tifle result, of his experiments, he oonoludes
as follows: I am of the opinion that a serious
fault exist, about two hundred and sixty-three
statute mile, from Valentla, measured along
the cable, and that the cable between the spot
and this shore is comparatively perfect. Tests
from her. can not now decide whether tne
.able Is mechanically ever.d, as all th. at
tempts to deteot th. reoeptlon of th. most ln
t.nae currents from the opposite shore hav.
long since prov.4 fruitle,s; still, from virions
ciroumstanoes attendant on the decline of the
in.ulatine, there is every reason to believe that
the continuity, both of the cable and conductor,
is perfect. Whether any other fault, beyond
the one alluded to, it 1, impossible to ascertain
by tests from Valentla, and the fact that the
signal, recoived at Valentia were always bet
ter than those received at New Foundland
proves, undoubtedly, that worie insulatino has
alway. been near Valentia.
"Therefor. H seems prooaoio mat u mc mu.v
wbiohjexists on this ooast, which, very likely,
forms the principal cause of leaking, could bo
removed, the insulation would be so far im
proved as to render the cable again available
for signaling, provided the fault, whioh is
said by th se who have tested from Newfound
land to exist near Trinity Bay, was repaired."
Gigantic frauds in connection with the ex
tensive Carson Iron Company of Scotland
were being brought to light. It is alleged
that for a long serios of year, the managing
nnrtinn nf the ooinn.nv has boon guilty of
fraud on tbe shareholders of unprecedented
daring and extent.
The Latest by Telegraph.
a
London, Wednesday. The Daily tfem't
citv article, dated last evening, says: "The
funds to-day wero quiet. Upon the result of
the bidding, for tho Indian Loan being made
known, consols advanced , but subse
quently relapsed, and closed the same as ou
M'imlav."
The Tinuu'i city article say "The funds
continue o show remarkable steadiness.
Money is in good supply, and tranmctions
took plane in the discount market on Tues
day at 2 percent. Business in the rail
rond nitirket was quiet, but firm." The For
ester's festival at the Crystal Palace yestor
dity attracted over62,000 people, thegrentest
concourse evcro assembled there.
Tbe builder's Btrike in London shows no
sign of adjustment. The chairmakora of
Worcestershire are also on a strike, and other
branches of trade give sign, of discontent
ment. Fbamcb. It was reported that the British
Government bad congratulated the Froi.cn
Ambassador on the reoent political amnesty,
and that Queen Victoria addressed very warm
congratulations to Napolvun on the occasion.
Commands had been distributed to the
Mthals at the head of the army of Italy.
The Duke de McMahoo it appointed to the
command ut Lille, where, large body of troop,
are being concentrated. Man-ham Uanrooert,
Uaetellaineand Baraguay de Uilliers return to
their fortniT coinmnuds at Nanoy, Lyons and
Tuure. Marshal Niel replaces Bisquet at
Toulouse. Marshal Msgnan retains hi post
as Commander in-Chief of the array at Pails.
The Moniteur in announcing these nomina
tlona says that the augmentation of these com
mands is in order to form a more equal division
of the military force of the Empire.
A general impression prnvailod that the
Dukatie McMahun's annointtnent to Lille was
in ranlv to the nndected fortifloationa of
-. J 1 .
Anr.nern.
The Cnnttituliontiel, in a 6emi official notice,
g&ys: "The reduction of the French army
will take place immediately after the arrival
of the corpi d'armee from Italy at their re
annM.ivp. FHrrisoiiB."
The rumor of a duel between Marshals
Canrohertand Neil, which prevailed when
tho Ariti sailed, proved unfounded.
It was reported that Changarnior would
refnsm tn accent the amnesty.
Paris, Wednesday. The jlfbnt'tcur of this
morning contains the following: "The Em
peror having ordered that the army be
placed from a war to a peace footing, tho
Minister of War has given orders that from
September, twenty thousand men should re
turn to their homes, whose term of service
eviiirea in 1K59."
The Beleium Chamber of Deputies ncreed
to tho project for the fortification of Antwerp,
by a vote of 75 to 40.
Lt Nord contends that the project will en
danger the neutrality of Belgium.
Italy. The Modenes. Nutional Assembly
on the 20th ult. unanimously decreed the for
feiture by the House of Hapsburg Lorraine
tho Ducal throne. On the following day the
annexation of Modem to Piedmont was unan
imously decreed by a vote by ballot, and Signor
Farini was confirmed Dictator. A loan
5,000,000 livres wa, also voted. Tbe Tuscan
National Assembly, on the 20th ult., unani
mously voted the annexation of Tuscany to
Piedmont, amid acclamations of vim il lie.
A defensive league has been formed of the
Statos of Central Italy.
Here tbe line east of New York was inter
rupted and tbe dispatch remains incomplete
Additional from California and Mexico.
Vera Cruz, August 21. United Statos Min
ister McLane returned to this city on the 22d
instant. He presented President Buohanan's
ultimatum to Juarez,demanding an immediate
ratification uf the treaty.
Nothing important has transpired at the
capital.
General Degollado had ordered the troops
Tauipioo and in the neighborhood to march
Stn Luis Potusi, which place will be the gen
eral rendezvous of tbe Liberals. He intends
uttHcking the capital in October.
All the Pacific const is in peaceful possession
nf the Liberals, General Vidaurri wa, organ
izing bis forces at Nuovallon agHinst the
Indians and Amerloms. Governor Pesquiera
bd defeated the Indian depredator, of Sonora
df'er a severe battle.
PtiMnes at Mazntlan wns good. Tepin
lin i been recaptured by tho Revolutionists
after onnsidenihlp (iehtinz. Mnrnueio was
conducting $3.01)0,000 to San Bias from Gnad
alajara, per British war-ship fhlijno. Tin
Governor of Ban Bias had resolved to pre
vent the shipment if the duties were not paid.
Difficulty was apprehended.
General Cnrena had left Mazatlan with
fifty men to join the Liberal forces in Juliaco
and attack Marqucte nt Guadalajara.
The Isthmus f Tehuantepec was quiet.
British f olusiiiia. Governor Douglas,
issued his proteit egninst General ITarncy's
occupation of tbo Island of San Juan,
nent a message to tbo Vancouver's Island
Assembly, declaring that British forces should
be landed at San Juan.
There doubtful that the
steamer Xntellitt had attacked tho Island
and killed thirty Amoricuns.
Later from Havana.
Niw ORtams, Sept. 5 The steamship
Soto, with advioes from Havana to tbe 2d inst.,
bat arrived at this port. Sugars were
nnd had advanced 13-16. Excbtnge on
York 3Kfei).
Yesterday tbe De Soto signaled the United
States sloop of-war lsrooklyn, from Vera Lruz,
and ciipprxed bound to Peniaoola with Min
ister McLane's treaty.
From Washington.
Washington, September 5. Colonel Fount
leroy, of the 1st dragoons, is assignpit to
command of tho Department of tfew Mexico,
and will immediately proceed to relieve
Brig. Glen. Garland, whose health prevents
nit return to too department.
The Charleston Chamber of Commerce
unanimously resolved to memorallze Con-
gres for the restoration of the mail service
wltn Havana.
Railroad Matters.
Lovisvillr, Sept. 6. The railroad bridge
Decatur is paatable, and there it now no inter
rnntion on the Memphis and Charleston
liailroad.
Health of New Orleans.
New 0i,FU!s,8ept. 5. The Board of Health
report that there are no yellow fever oases
the city.
From New York.
New YoRK,September5. Last Wednesday
tho schooner John Elliott, Capt. J. Green, cap
sizod in North River.ntthe footof Ninety-firsU
street, and sunk in deep water. The vessel
was subsequently raised and towed to the
dock, where she was pumped out yesterday.
In the cabin was found the body of a man
who had taken passsge from HaventoMr.
The deceased has not been identified, out it
is believed that he wa. a resident of 1 hua
delphia. The coroner was notified to no.a
an inquest.
Arrival of Minister McLane at Mobile.
Mobile, Sept. J.-Tho United State, steamer
Brooklyn arrived here at noon to-day. Mm
later M oLane Is a paisong.r. Be left for Wash
this afternoon.
River News.
Sr. Loots, Sept. 5-P. M.-
about eight inches at this point in the Inst twenty-four
hVs, and still receding. Thereceutilse
has entirely run out, and tho river is now owm
than it has boeo before this season. AU tbe
npper streams ar. very low and falling.
Weather cloudy and cool.
PmsBuno, Sept. 5-P. M"" "J"
teen inohes at th. Glass-house, and falling.
Weather clear and oool.
fffTSunday night" eight prisoners escaped
from the Franklin County J a l. oy '.
down tho Jailor with a bar of Iron, and there
by rendering mm luaensiuio.
MARRIED
Bv Kv. W. It. narrhon, nt the rejiili-r'-e of E
"I'liitlV. :'! J!""N ''"ur-itr to Mihs Julia K.
tir '
Momlv moi'll
31H8IIALI. CnLE.'l
in to -Misi EuzAtifTH A. oBr.u,
ull nt lllk-rity
. a a n..ll
vlllo. at h.- re.W..nc. '. nv 'n , '.S3 &m A
tTjiNiilil, f .rnic-iiy nf 1. " a "t Newnurt,
"Ti'luy, Wb nit , Jess. U. "2"' S
Davis, bulb of Zmifuvi li'.
DIED.
Himcljv ornnlnir. Inst . MaTHDA To.d,
Oe-'Tgo Ford. B'-ii 1!' yea. . ncB
tier fimontl will take place from l)r We reelrtt. ""'J
No.rW KH t Pfttil-mr.t, hi 111 i ck thlH m-ail. '
Krliiiils iT tin1 Iiniliy aro uivium iumw.nu
furllicriiiiili-i' ... .
Siitiinliiv mnrninB, nt 4 oV.lnok. Fi.ohj Iodisa,
iiit'iuil ilmiyl.ii'r .1' Jlrs. J. H. HuUs, widow t Ibe
Imp .1'iiiti II. D.iv;
lu ilii oitv.nii iho 4th Inst . 'r. STmisn !lDA
bis, of till vi- llr.iMcli. In ilia Tilth y.ar uf his ?
fho IniH'ralwiM laiin piftie im miiriiiin, muni;.
Inst. ,ni ijni'liirk. tri m thf resluciireiJ ir jiw d.
II. "S, Nil 2n llirhiniiii i-fmi'fi. Hi" 'no " '
family are ri'iipeuif My inv ti'rt toMti int.
Hi. tlleflil lnat., liCi'uOK n. ( u.t. h"u wi
Mnry "X. am it lii yi'ai iiwl 9 n initliti
NarZniK"viil., on lliu lat Inst , of connimntlon.
U'imd- , Uxi sou of Thou. MiiXdeld, aged 18
years.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A SAF, BAST AND KFFKCTUAl COBB, FOB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea. Flux. Ac
BVTwenty-flve cents per hottlo.tfa
GEO. Si DIXON, DriiBirlst,
aiiM-cm Corner of Fifth and Main- Iroets.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
iwrslM.-iS MEN'S PRAYEK
MKKT1 NUS arc helu evory morning In tbe
1 1 nf Ihi' Kirst I'hurrh. All ul tuvllwl. J
hM n rai.flEilntti for fonntv tJnnimlsstundr of
i on County Ht tile ensnlnc October eloctlou.
Hlllll-tf
I. ( (. MAGI.E LODGE
RPKOIAL KTU!K-U Is ..
!i univ immirtant lliat c l-.lll rU',.il- -(fc.'o-jt
BEK sln.iilil li prosi'iit nt th ItPKiilar gVWCJOg
Mi.ft1nif nf Kiiirli. I.mlife. No. InO. on 'ir.-imt"
MONDAY KVKMNti iioxt, far the
purpoce of oigantslufT iimler the ccnnrnl act of in
cu p nation oi this 6Ulo, by rli'diuu of trustees and
cli-rk. W. 11. KOUIi. N. O.
J.so. Stanios, V. G. sepJ-b
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
of
of
at
to
had
mid
De
firm,
New
tho
has
at
in
Cincinnati Academy of Design.
(Established by the Into Pruf. Robert Conner,)
SEMINUtV BUlLDIN't, fDUTH-WKST COB
SHU EIGHTH A N D M i") I" NI -ST lt K ETS.
THIS ESTAELISHME'iVT RE OPENS ON
MOXDAV, Siiptemlior Mil. 1, with itg usual
fnciiitici l'T fiivlnit inatriitl.'ou in nil Piiiilinff,
Cniyiin, Pencil liniuiiii,ic.,,ti'. OF Into years llm
tuato inr tltorfi? triuclu:.4 line ripiilly inrtruKHcd
tbroiiisbotit the Went, nri( tbpyaro no InokM niion
hs neieiisHry uccomplisbaioulg, ntjtl uaeful ia overy
wnlk uf life.
Tho Iulk standing oflhl, Acmlemy, and Its tin.
rivulid Hncenm, civo evidence that, in every respect,
it ii wlmt it uiolfHut'S to In.
epi-,.ttw M. W. KlijnAKTlWV, Principal.
NOWOPEN.
THE
HORTICULTURAL EXHIBITION,
AT
PALACE GARDEN,
Vlne-ittrect, bet. Fourth and Fifth.
Captain 51 ENTER'S Full BaM will porform day
and evening.
3" NO CONNECTION WHATEVER vitli
Minstrcln in tho ri'iir of tho Harden.
cul AliMISTON l!i CKXTS. m
PEACHES
roo'-
CANNING".
PERSON'S IN SEABCir OF PEACHES,
for ( arming, cun bo anpplliid on TUK80AT,
WEDNKSDAT and THUIiSDAY, with tbo Whlto
Hoiitli Free, fnun tlio celebrated Orchard of John
Porter, Clermont County, O., at No. 241 Western-
roil , nt tbo etore of II. J. .Montgomery.
BopOn Jlinv TOItTEB.
NOW BEAPTi
PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS HE
1UECIIAMCS, FARITIEBS,
HOUSEKEEPERS,
SCHGGLS & COLLEGES.
containing NEW b. SIMPLE METHODS of So
lution, by which Interest can be com
pitted In leas time than by Inter
est Tables
Anew arrangement if Subjects
Commission, Discount, Imteust, be, treated
of before Fractions.
A novel method o( Inserting an
iwert,
Directions for Marking Goods.
Duties of the various of rices In
Business and flunking Houses
A Business Vocabulary.
Hints on Partnership,
forms of Biils, Acooont-Salxs, Accoumth
Ccrrsit, Biils of Ladi.no, Notes, Sbajts,
Xilli nf Ezcdakoe, with dlrectioM for Eeoelpt
lag, Accptlng, ice. &c.
Builders' Rules of Measurement
and Cuah price llst.
A charter for Farmers Sc House
keepers.
Hensnratlon and Road Making
Prl"o In b other binding SO cents.
In lialf clntb no cents.
e-THE TltADE SUPPLIED, by
A P P L EG AT E & CO.
P UD L 1 8 H E It 8 ,
43 MAIN-STREET.
noti3.i -
H. KINGSBURY,
i Professor of the Guitar and Flute.
Lwllm end Gentlemen wlslilnct In-
Ktrnr 1 n no olihcr nf tho abovo In
HiriMiii'tita, will ri'ijclve itrouipt at-fx
lontlr.ti. I,v limlnir llu.lr uililrn
at AH
Ft Ilia .MihIc Sturca of V in. (!. I'alnra A
Sona; John Church mid Wni, M. Peter. anZl-um
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
1
tho
I,
Tl TSNRY DAVID,
tT MAIN 8TREBT. BETWEEN
aiTH Ai D-BEVKNTH, Manufacturer and
i,,,rtrofSo ''J rB.a Incr uKi,na.
i.r.t w-.l(l ut r. a ioi oi rone mom. laea,
J. '. '.'""iEr.t.. Combs, Perramerr. B-ef M.r.
- - ---- i a. . a w. a.. .OTH;riI,l. IJ H . BIBO B I I I fll
snd rfk" "K lnVs which the .ulwcriber will be aU.
to n ".''""-. ' 7 ,1 .mt. hZr
in lAr Will DIUlMBCaii II. "'" "w-wiw ' "
chMtn e .oher.. All Uladuoi' Bx tract. at twenty.
cents ir bottle. Jlemember the place, 278 Wiiin
.treot, tatVeen Sixth and SeveHtl i. iep
NEW FALL GOODS!
CMS. S. WEAT1IERBY,
113 Fifth-stre,et,
BETWEEN VINE AN D ilACB,
IS BBCEIVISO DAI'iT,
LARGE ADDITIONS
TO HIS STOCK Of
IVEW FALL GOODS!
And Is now prepared to exhibit to his cnstomerB
and tbo pulllo an elegs.nt line of
Dress Grooaa
Which, for beauty, arm Ity and variety,
CAN NOT BUXCELLUI),
Silk Robes,
Fancy Silks,
Plain Silks.
FOULARD SILKS,
M0 CRNING SILKS,
CHECK SILKS,
AND
OF EVERY DESCBIPTION.
Printed Jtf ei-inoes
Jreuch Merinoes,
English Merinoes,
Poplim,
WOOL :DELAINES,
SA1IN DU CHINES,
CHENOISB.
PLAIDS,
FRENCH CHINTZ'S
AND
POIL DE CHEVRES,
In endless variety, and at low prlcoa.
ALSO
A TIKE ASSOaTMENT OF
Embroideries
WHITE GOODS.
TIIE
DOMESTIC STOCK
Embraces all the bent brands of
8HEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, CA1IC0ES,
LINENS, FLANNELS, 4c, Ac,
And will always tie found complete in
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS,
And man? decided novelties.
CIIAS. S, WEATIIEIU1Y,
113 Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS.
aopfic
R. ELLIS, Jb.
J. W. VINTOU.
R. ELLIS, Jr., & CO.,
'(SUCCESSORS TO WOOD, LIA 4 CO.,)
NO. 13 WEST TIIIRD-ST.
ppiliWf
A. C. STULB,
A TT.ANTIC CABLE RESTAURANT AND
1l wine and LAG It U BEEU SALOON, No.
T'O Wontorn-row, Clnclnnstl, Ohio.
09 Sly bnr is at all tines supplied with choice
LI mors and Citrnra, opfam
Seed Wheat,
PPIME PKRK WHEAT, (87 lbs. to buih.)
Kontnrkjr While Whost,
fcarly May wieat.
In store and for iato by
. . HA"l!I,TIiriC ft CO.
ef5 Se-d Ktorn, 171 Walnut-street.
Fruit! Fruit!!
PEARS, PEACHES, QUINCES, AND
Qrapes, by th turral, IiihIihI or Viankot,
At HAISELI'IM? 4 i;(l S .-Md Htnre,
171 Wilnut-strcet, next door to the Gibson House,
so pit
Grass Seeds.
TIMOTHY SEED,
Cloer Seed,
Bin Oraxi Seed,
RrUTop Seed.
In store and for tale by
. IV. HAHKITIVKACO.
IPPS Socd Store, 171 Walnut-ltrect.
SlMeTtorirnVntof hlef Bitract., whioh
SikMnrM i tonlla. ' a flguro lower than nr other
EXCURSION TICKETS.
Chicago $12, and Return,
—BY THE—
NEW AND DIRECT ROUTE,
Cincinnati, Lima and Chicago
RAILROAD.
THIS COMTANY WILL SELL TICKETS
tn the U. rl. Agricultural Fair, to be bold at
CMmcto, Sepiemlier 12, 14. 19, l, 17 and IS.
Ticket tn be had nn and after the 7th imt., at the
Tli kut Oltlro of thia Company, nt the now ofnc,
wil aide of Vlno slreet, between the Postotltce and
Hiirimt Houno, t the IValnut-tireet Home, or at the
8lxth-itroet Depot,
sepi-aw D. McLAUEN, Sup't.
RANDY AND WINE FOR MEDICAL
pnrpoiea. I liave remaining aeninlllotnf very
flue olil Olard and liennciiapy Brmidlea, which I offer
fur meilir.ai purpniwa, from a knowleilgo of their su
piirlorlly. Alan sladitrta, rherry anil Purt Winra;
Catxwba, Btill. Hpa'kloB and Dry, all of an erlor
quality, ond at very low prli-M.
. J. FKK0TJ8ON Oroeor,
tttf Corner Ninth and Vine.
H7II-T.IAM DISNEY,
ATTORNEY
w T
AT LAW, Chase Unllillnga.So. KatThlrd-
street.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
, oonars, T
Bxnsrioisrs,
c., &C, &c.
JAITIES BARRETT,
Well known tthe caUe ol Cincinnati,
AFTER A TWENTY YEARS' RESIDENCE
mcn' jSm, would respectfully prenont his claims
to iliure of their patronago.
BEING ASSURED BY PERSONS WHO
hare submitted to trentiuout, both from his ex
perienced hands and from renowned Professors, that
the system taught in the European Colleges doet not
diffor, tothecxtontorthe variation In price, I. e tl
to tao, and bavins tbe good of this community at
heart, he offers toexhiblt, to thoeo Inter'stod, bot
of certlflcatea, from well-knonu residents of Cincin
nati, Doctors, Judges, Lawyers, Merchants and lle
chanlca, names and slguaturcs that can be recog
nized by all.
Feeling confident that ho can, with his credent loll,
enter the Hold against all now comers, give better
satisfaction, with theiumo permanency of cure, lor
one-tenth of the price, ho lioi no hooltatloa in In
viting all to call at bis itoows,
No. O Bank Buildings,
TfllttD-STUEET, WET OP MAIN.
N Tt.-Will attend St tho reaidriicc of families If
deilrrd. up5
Burnett's Cocoaine,
PREPaBED FROM DEODEB1ZED CO
C'lA-NUT nlL, In on - of the m-at emi-lent
pror.ratlona for removlnir damlriiir piniiKitlng tli
gr"Wth nf the hair, and rou'lerlng It lull, imooth
and glois, , For rale by
BUIUE, EfiKTKIN A CO.,
sep-c tipp ,.itc th Pmtufflce.
Aqua Ammonia.
Qfk CARBOYS AQUA AMMONIA, F. F.
V. Jmitroci'lveilaiidfor aiiloliy
dllUK, KOK.STHIN ft CO.,
sppo Oppoalt tha Poatofflce.
Glycerole of Arnica.
THE BEST "EMEDY FOR, BRUISES,
Ont. Spralne, Bnrna, Scald-, Ac. Mnro than
three times tuestrengih of Ihi'Tliicturcaiul causing
no pain or smart Ing In r nppllcntl'in. Prepared by
8UIKK, KUKSTKIN A (JO.,
tepa-e Oppunite the Poilufflce.
Smith's Tonic.
-i EC GROSS SMITH'S TONIC FOR FEVER
MX9 AND AGUE recelvedand f.reale by
SUlItK, ECKSTEIN s CO.,
sep3-e Oppnaltetlie Poitofflce.
FiUid Extracts.
WE HAVE ON II AND A I-ARQE AS
SORTMENT of Tildcn ft Thayer's Fluid
Extrar.ta, For sule liv
ealeliy Sl'IEE, ECKSTFTN A CO.,
eopfl-c Opposito the Poatofflce,
Havana Cigars.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
OTUEU Invoice of the favorite Crusidera.
ALSO
Woihlngtons. Purlsimas,
Sobrinaa, Encantadorae,
Prlmavnraa, 4c. ftc.
For sale by 8UIBK, ECKSTEIN ft CO.,
eepa-o Opposite tho Poitnfllce.
I!IECIIAJT8 FAIR.
T
HE UNEIVALED SMOKE-C0NSUM-
1NO COAL CO0KIN3 STOVE,
The Alligator,
SIX SIZES,
Now lieing ajlilliitcil. Tiio lnripst. norhiiint of
any establishment in llm We.iteru country.
For sale by the Inventors nnd Manufacturers,
ADAMS St PKCKOVIiR,
NOVKLTY niON FOUNDKEY,
sep3-ew 3.13 Fonith-strnet, near Bniilh.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership,
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between tbo nnderalRned was dis
solved thii 1st liisliint, by niiitunl consimt.
EDWABD WRll Is authorized to collect all debts
due the Hriu,and will settle nil .lnlmaiiaaint It.
EDWARD WARD.
sopS-c .IOUN II. GUVSI.
IM ARRANGING PARLORS,
HALLS, OFFICES, AC, FOR THE
winter, remember the opportunity you now
liavoof gottlug due
ENGRAVINGS,
I'AIrVTINOS,
Stereoscopic Views, Artist Materials, Ac, at almost
Half the Usual Prices,
Until our present stock la sold. Buy now, aa this
store nuiat soon be chofU out. It ia your only chance,
aa tbe prints remaining will be tasen away. Home
have aupposod our best prints are eolocted out. Not
so. The
FINEST PARLOR PICTURES,
Will be replaced up to the Inst, In order to noil the
cheaper, hut good pritita. Evniigeline Past and
Future, Senam chamber, Little Samuel, &c.,io.,
can always bo had,
framing will be c intlrmed as usual. Fixtures,
such as Cases Portfolios. Sulc, Ac , fur krIp,
sep3-0 A. P. O li NTE ft CO , 184 Walnut-st.
CBOCERIES.-PTJRE RIO, JAVA AND
T Hncha Coffi'cs. clmlre Now Oil"nns Sugar,
Golden Sirup, Sngar-hnn'O ami Now Oilein. Me
laasoe, rhiiioe Orern iird Glai k Tons t"ii,ilu" wi,h
t-vi-ry "tiierarticln imially U -pt In a KIKxTCLA H
G1IOCEKY, in Btnre hihI fur ill" ut Ium prlci-a, and
d'livoiei free of charge tn nnypn't m thf ciiy, by
J. Fi'UliWN.Oii rer,
scp3 L'oruor Mnlli umi Vino.
DRUOS
CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFS,
PERFUMERY, &c.
GEO. M. DIXOX,
N. E. Cor. Fifth aud Main-sts.
o
FFER3 INDUCEMENTS TO CLOSE
ciuh buyers of all Gouds In tbe line.
Jiupa-aw)
Soap! Soap!!
nnn boxes castile, mottledj
0. boms Cnstili, Whilo,
2t " I'hIui ; mid H lt,s.
Km " Fancy, assorted;
lisi gross Kiiin v, assurtd, comprisisir,
LOWS ft CL-AYEUS' Browu Windsor, none,
Glyirrine, Sun i'lovmr Oil. l'onrlne, Almond, Ac,
JToreale low by OK . M. DIXON, i riitfglst,
sep2-aw North-enat cornor ifi h and Alain.
Gum Opium.
200
sepj-aw
POUNDS OLD CROP FOR SALE
by GEO. M. DIXON. Dnigiilst,
North-east corner fifth and Main.
Gum Camphor.
tf BARRELS REI'TNED, FOR SALE
JL7 by GKO. BI. DIXOV.Dni(tl-t,
Br2-aw Nortli-ea.it corner fifih and Main.
Burnett's Cocoaino
FOR THE nAIR BURNETT'S KAL
1ISTON Ft K THB COMPLEXION. 20 gross
above staple artioles: fur sale by
dE'. M. DIXOU, .TJmnRlat,
aepi-aw Iforth-east corner Fifth ami Main.
Fruit Jaw.
GROSS QUARTS AND IIALF-OAL-
LON, ratent Glass Jam, fur sale by
GKO. M. DIXON. DriiEKlat.
sepj-aw
North -east corner fifth anil Main.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
THIS WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR
remedy fur nil llowcl and Btnmach affections
maybe had at all the Pru slorea In the cily. Pre
puroil only by O-O. at. DIXON, DriURlat,
Qs 'p2-nw Xorth-eaat eorner Fifth and Main.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
thn undersigned has rieen appointed Adtnlols.
trator of the eatate of J. II. lion haul, decoMed. Per
eons having claims agalust the estate will pieaa
prpaant them.
sep3-c A.. BONHAH.
THE LADIES PROPOSE HOLDING A
Fair for the benefit of HI. Joseph's
Church, corner Twelfth and Greonnp-stneta, at
ODD FLLOWS' H ALL. OovlnittOD, Ky.,commenc
Ing MONDA.V, Kt-pt' in ber 5, and continuing ten days.
Public patrouagewill be iratefiilly rwelted.
aep3-j TUB -AIH O'JMHITTKB.
THE HAT!
BRILLIANT IN COLOR,
PERFECT IN CONTOUR,
LIGfliT A3 A Q033AU-R.
INTRODUCED, SEPT. 3.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS
No. 149 Main-street,
BELOW FOURTH.
tsppl-aw
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
xiating between ua unilpr tho firm of W OOD,
I K & i O , Is Ida oay dissolved by mutual mnstiut,
Hepmlturs will be puid by our succeasurn, 11 ELLIS.
Ja., ft CO. W, B, 0iI,
J. McO. LEA
K. -LLIU, Jb.
We cordially recommend enr succeasorii. Messrs. B,
ELLI3, Ja., t Co., to our customers and t'rlrnda.
W B. WOOD,
J McO. LB A.
Cincinnati, August 3D, 18M.
The underslftncd haa thlsrtay foiineil a copartner
hin with Mr JAAl-H W. VINTuN, in th. n-meef
K. Kllla, Jr . ft o., fur the purpose of cuntinulug the
Blinking Exchanga and Collection bualness, Ht tbe
old si nnd of Wood, Lea ft Co., No. IA West 'I'hird
atrect.aud Buliclte acuiitiuuanco of the patronage of
thr friunds of the old flrui. B. ELLIS, Jr.
Ciuclunatl, Augual 30, 1839. aepl-aw
NOW OPEN! 1W0PEN!!
SEVENTEENTH EXHIBITION
or
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE,
IN
PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE
THE LARGEST DISPLAY
OF THE
Industrial and Fine Arts
EVER HELD IN THE WEST,
0OCUPYIKO
Five Capacious Booms,
MACHINERY IK MOTION ALL TBE DAT,
TICKETS 25 CENTS.
EVERY BODY ATTEND.
aepa-c
JOHN H. DETERS,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. S3 Went Fourth-syeet,
WISHES TO CALL TIIE ESPECIAL
attention of gentlemen to bis larae stock of
fa'l work, which is now open for Inspection. Just
received some new styles -uglish Over-galters. Call
and see them. sep.1
WESTERN
W1U
CHANGE ITS LOCATION
TO
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE THE P0STOFPICB,
ON
Monday, the 13th, inst.
SPECIMENS OF
Penmanship of tbe Institution,
MAT BR BUN IT TH1
MECHANICS' FAIR.
sepi-fml
LEIMJtBT BVL.
JallCS TIBET.
I.. BYL & CO.
CLEANERS OF SINKS AND VAULTS,
No. VJ Slxth-strrf t, between Vino and Usee, In
the tfciliotl Collctfi'. Ciiiciiinnti. Ohin. Persons who
ni y lavur us with llioir putrouage, can rely on pune.
tnallty and low prices. supl-ay
HALF-FARE EXCURSION TRAIN.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
GRAND NATIONAL
HORSE SHOW
AND
LADIES' EQUESTRIAN FAIR,'
TO BB HELD AT
DAYTON,
September 6, T, 8, O aud 10, 185.
GRAND BALLOON ASCENSION,
OK
SATURDAY.
Pare for ths Round Trip $1 15.
("ysTEtlS EXHIBITION IS DESIGNED
yffTff to xcel anything of the kind ever siren In
ili Unlloil Suites. Home uf the must noted hones
of the cnubtiy will beat ayton.
A large amount of prcmliima are toliedlstrlbntea.
Si'ttta livo bouu oiectcil to acronimo'late thirty thou
sand Tisitnta. Awltbecanillilalusfor QorernorwiU
uilrlrcs" tho penpltmu the Sill lnt.'
The piiiBraimnefiir tiulnrilav will consist of Trot
thin irfiitches.fiirpnrwa hv ull the Horses receiving
pr. inliitna.at a P. M.i n Kuui fnrahi'uvy purse, tin.
tween thro famous Horsea, will toki placB. From
three to half past four P. dl.,a beantirul eijneatrliin
spec ai In. by a unmber ot youiiK ladles, who will
compete for prlws, A Urunu 1Uhik.ii Asconeiun by
Hons J V. Bkixham, at 4 P. M., in bis mammoih
balloon, "Levintliun." Unrlna tho day, an opporm
nlty will ho given ladles and gontlcnicn, to riiake
BTlal Hsconaloin to the altitude of five hundrnl feet.
BiTlii addition o the Kegulai Trains, A HALF
FAItE TRAIN will bo run dally during the con
lnuancoof the Fair. Leaving Clnclniutl at A,
M., reaching Dayton nt l:SO A. M.-aiopping atall
way stations. Upturning, will leave Djyton ;t!:4S
P. M.-atopolngat nil way atatlous. llie lisirran
Tickets, will also ho good on the 7:)0 P. W. Train
from Dayton for Mianilaliurgh, Uarlisle, Mlddlotown,
Hamllion. Olendalo ami Cincinnati, its regular stop
ping atatlous. D. JllcLAURN, -uperlntenuent.
l8i.p3-ht
URECIOEK VINEQARI. KEEP COK
tantly upon hand an excel lent artleal of Cider
Ylnegar, suitable for Pletye. ,
J. FEnOUSOS, Grocer,
"P1 Bt ' , Corner KlntU and Vine.

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