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THEPBESS.
Printed by " Caloric."
WEDNESDAY.
SEPTKMBER 7
The Cincinnati Methodist Conference.
n Tb annual eonfsrenee of this ohuroli open
to-day In ..Dayton. Tie report will exhibit
the extent of the field of operation ef thii
Iran oh of church effort. The Ohio Annual
Conferenoe wee organised In 1812.
The Grand National Horse Show.
Dayton yes torday presented en animated
twit. The hone end the lovers of that noble
animal were tbe card of the day. Some of the
molt superior ipoolmtne in the West wore rep
rcionted. Ohio eontlanes to he a hviHng Stato
In the breeding, training Bad tale of blooded
hone.
Who Shall be President of Antioch
College?
The Traeteei end numerous friends of An
ttook Cjlltge meet et Yellow Springe to-day
to se'est a anoomor ia offloe of Hobo MiKX.
Thi aearch for Juit the man li an up-hill bus
lne!. Their choice will no doubt be Rev.
Taos. Hai, of Weltbnm, Massachusetts, a
native of Now Jersey, a printer, and a gradu
ate of Harvard in 1843.
A Cincinnati Arrist in Baltimore.
Johk B. Jobnbos, an Ex-Councilmsn of
Cineinnati, ia oalled Colonel in the East. Ho
is a prince of good fellows, and quite a spir
ited painter. He has been highly com
mended, recently, for a view of the north
branch of the Fotomeo, which ho has painted
sinoe his return from a recent tour of artists
made amid the romantic aoenery of the Bal
timore and Ohio Railroad.
The Mystery Solved.
The "striRular" disappearance of a Mr. Pat
ton, of Lafayette, Indiana, tome weeks sinoe,
which bas bean the subjeot of numerous nows
paper paragraphs, has at last been accounted
for. As usual, with ell "mysterious disappear
ances" from that deleotable Wabash locality,
a woman has been discovered to be at tbe bot
tom of it a Miss Adeline Potts. The recreant
hnsband and lovoly Adeline were last beard of
at Jonoivllle, Wis., and, it is supposed, are now
on their way to California. 'What a settlement
that Wabash region must be! ''Terrell! Terrell!"
what are your people coming to?
The New American Cyclopædia
A popular dictionary of general knowledge,
edited by tiioaoi KiPLitand Charms Dan
Vol. VI. Cough Education. New York: D.
ArrLKTUH Jfc Co ; Cincinnati: Anderson, Gates
fc WaioHT. These latter-named gentlemen have
obtained, by purchase, the right of sslo of all
copies of this standard work through tbis
State. The convenience of this work as one of
reference in detaohed volumes, its newness and
comprehensiveness, inoluding many impor
tant American topics, will commend it to the
library of all who wish to keep posted. Its
merits entitle it to a wide distribution in Ohio.
Clear Water.
The filter question is (As question. J srpsES,
Engineer of the Gas-works, contends that all
of tbe imparities of tbe river witer can be
drained through gravel and sand, before it is
pumped into the Reservoir. Phillips, Engi
neer of the Water-works, says nay. jErrnBj
rejoins and says, yea. His plan is to excavate
the hed of the river opposite, and for a quarter
of a mile above the Water-works, and have the
waterpamriedfrom chmlu -ujoruuam
tbe gravel bed of the river. Suppose the two
companies if am point, and swap Engineers.
ParLure can gag a little while, and Junie
ein settle our coffee our water for ns.
The Mechanic's Exhibition.
The flow of a current and Its eddies and
whirls are mirrored In the tide of people pass
ing through the various departments of the
Meehanios' Fair. The mere sight-seer bas but
a surface snrvey of the scene before him. Tho
reflective man deduoes from the demonstrations
presented, that thia is an industrious and a
trading eity. Immense numbers of workmen
are employed, and the products of our industry
are shipped to fifteen States and to the various
ports of the world. Our space to-day allows us
to give not even a hasty glance at the articles
on exhibition. A full roport to-morrow.
Strikes.
luboreri strike back when stricken. We
know that working men are, sometimes,
wrought np to an unhealthy exoitemement by
intriguers but, in most instances, undue de
mands ore made of operatives. All inefficient
men Ehoijld not be paid full wages, but skillful
meobanics should have good pay and reason
able honrs of service. This is not tho land,
nor the time of day, to grind the producer, tho
worker, botween the mill-stones of capital.
The coal men at Plttfburg hare crawled oat
of their damp, dark mines and stand up erect
like men, claiming payment of wages by weight
of coal dug, instead of by measure. Tbe ma
chinists on the Miohigan Southern Railroad
refused to serve, or allow service on any train
other than the one carrying the mail, until as
surances were given that baok pay would be
leoured. The three months' wages due are to
be paid, and the oars sure now running regu
larly. The strike in London has assumed im
meuse proportions.
The Cincinnati Street Railroads.
Laborers are busy as bees along our bowl
dcred street laying down the new track.
A group of City Councilman wero gathered
at the corner of Fourth and Main-streets,
yobterday, whore No. 4 route is being laid.
The representatives of tbe East End were
felicitating themselves that there was some
activity y east of Main-street. Councilman
Feazke stated that he would have to provido
himself with a hand-car to return to tho
Third Ward from the City Buildings; he
could ride in the cars going up, early in the
evoning, b .t would have to make other pro
vision, on return. The representatives of the
Third and Seventeenth Wards, should have
an express par fitted np for their express
uae, with all the modern conveniences.
Route No. 4, now progressing vigorously,
awarded to the Passenger Railroad Company,
ia as follows: Commences at the intersection
of Lawrence and Third-streets, thence along
Third to Wood-street, thence along Wood to
Fifth -street, on Fifth to the intersection of
Freeman and Fifth-streets, . thence along
fifth -street to Smith-street, tbenee along
Smith-street to Fourth-street, thence along
Fuurlh-street ns long promised in front of
the Pkssjt Press; office, to Lawrence-street,
thentm along Lawrence-strefit to Third-street,
at tlio place of beginning
of the Horticultural
Exhibition.
What long-lived people gardners aro! Year
in and year out, advorso soasons and favor
able, the horticultural managers come up, with
their stin-bronied faces and busy bands, and
tastefully display their "Gardens of Eden"
twice a year to a gratified and thankful Cin
einnati ooamvltjVWe ere glad to believe
that these "gardeners live forever. We will
give a copy of the iVaiij Frtt; gratis, to any
one producing a certificate that any Cincinnati
gardonor has got further uuder the ground than
the foot er two they professionally dig into.
Nearly all the old chartor-nicmbora of. many
years ago still live, and can be eccn daily and
nightly at the exhibition. Men and women,they
are a happy, good-natured pooplo, and wo liko
company so well that we would be glad to be
buried, when dead, in some one of their bsauti
ful gardens; while living, commend us to their
exhibitions. Fruits and flowers by gas-light!
What a pleasing combination of flashing light,
many hoed leave, and odor-giving and beauti
ful flowers. Ranked up on beds of sawdust,
and flanked by groen sod are rangod along
tbe floor tub) containing all tho first-class
shrubs and flowers, gariinds of evergreens
span from Brch to arch of the colling. Tho
tables are loadod with an infinite variety of fruit
The flowors have been so refreshed by recent
rains that they are in excellent trim all ap
pearing in tbeir holiday drc:s. From thoir
royal bearing and almost haughty porsonal
pride, those gorgeously arrayed flowers, wo
j
udge, are lineal dcsoondants of thoso which
took the chlee off of Solomon, in the flowery
reign of that wise monarch. Walk around
and observe tho dahlias and cut flowers, and
say whether Cinoinnati does not excel In such
shows. Strangers visiting the city always
bunt up this oheering magazine of nature's
beauties. Many residents of villages along
the line uf railroads delay their visits to tbis
city until the Meehanios and Horticultural
Fairs are open our people patronize both;
each helps the other. To night, and each
night and afternoon of the week, the fair will
be open. Take your families, and as you pass
arouog the fountain surrounded by tbe wick
work made by F. Sjeitsasi, landsoape gardner,
and liBteu to tbe music mollowing this de
lightful scene In i grand harmony, be thank
ful to the intelligent and complaisant floricul
turists and fruit-growers of Cincinnati and
vicinity.
Tns Piiesident in A. D. 1900. The boy is
now living who will bo President of the
United States 1900. lie is about ten or twelve
years of nge. His parents aro in humble
circumstances, but of Btorling trails of char
acter, nud thoir eon is not one of those dirty,
noisy boys that spend thoir dny9, evenings
and Sabbaths in idleness and rowdyism. On
the contrary he is of a sorious cast, is
very Htmlious, and withal ia well behaved.
Teachers, weigh well your responsibility!
The future President may bo in thut gram
mar class that you think scarcely worthy of
a rcopoctful attention. What boy of nil our
readers will lay claim to this distinction?
Recollect, tho f uture President is not found
among the Sabbath brRakors, the everyday
idlers, the evening rowriie, the blasphemous,
tho vulgar, or among those that love and
make a lie. Ho is not one of those who
pride thomsolves as being Young Amerioa,
anddespise the authority of a father, orbroak
away from tho gentlo restraint of a good
moth or.
jSiT-The general ngont of tho Western
States for tho famous mid imprcccdentedly
succusBiul .ffitna Firo Insurance Company of
Hartford, receives a compensation larger than
that of the President of Iho Unitod r'tatr.s.
His commissions annually rau?o from ?2fl,-
OOO io 1(80,000.
J2!TParis letters state that during the re
cent festivities, several American flags wero
displayed, but not an English flag was seen,
although the number of Englishmen in Paris
is fivo times greater than that of Americans.
239AU the prophets (particularly iu pet
ticoats) will have it that the rccaut nurora
borealis demonstrations portend something
frightful. "Tho red sky is certainly a fore
runner of blood."
Exhibition. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
From Washington.
Wabuixgton, September 6. Tbore is no
truth in the recent statoment from Vera Crux
that Minister McLano had presented an ulti
matum, and demanded the immodiate ratifica
tion of tho treaty, for it is known here that his
preliminary points thereof wero materially sat
isfactory to both tbis Government and that of
tbe Constitutionalists. It was also understood
that if the treaty should be rntillcd on this
basis, Mr. McLuue himself would roturn it to
Washington.
The main points probably aro, the right of
wny across the Northern States of Moxico
from Iho Kio tiranile to Mazutttin, and from
Arizoiiio to (juayama?, or some other outlet on
tho Gulf cf California, the United Suites to
have the privilege of transporting troops and
munitions of war over these routes, and pro
tect tbe latter in tbo easo of Mexico's inability
to do so. In consideration tor these grants the
United States is to pay $4,000,0UU, one-half
to be appropriated for the satisfaction of claims
of American oitizens against Meiito. General
Harney has acquainted Lieutenant General
Scott with all oiroumstances attending his oc
cupation of the Inland of San Juan. It ap
pears he bad not been previously specifically
instructed to take possession, but sorit troops
thither to protect tbe twenty-five or thirty
Americans residing there, who hud been in
cluded in the taxation limits by theuuthorities
of Washington Territory.
Our Boundary OuQimifsioner, Ciinpbell, has
,1.,.!,. .Ln.,t tl.A 7..I....1 l,.i.:.. ... .u..
United Statoi, but tho British CoiamUuionor
aas miiue uu v ae, &uu uuuua mu protest 01
Governor Di;!0las.
This subject encitos much interest in official
and diplomatio circles.
Senator Douglas at Pittsburg.
Pittpbueo, September 6. Senator Douglas
arrived bore last night at twelve o'eloek. Oo
his arrival at tbe cars he was received by
number of friends in trailing, who accompanied
him to the St. Charles Hotel. While en route
the oitizens of the different tovni greeted hira
with enthusiasm. At Latrobe, deputations
from Green8huTg and Fitkburg awaited upon
him. To-da; lurge numbers testified their re
spect by visiting him. 'I his eveuin; on im
mense concourse assembled in the streot, op
posite Ibe hotol, whore he addressed them
a speech of an hour's duration, frequently
elicitiog the most enthusiustio plandiU. Mr.
Dougli.l leaves on to-nigbts traiu lor Columbus.
Arrival of the Arago at New York.
Kkw Vorl, Setitembor 8. Tbe steamshiu
Arago, from Havre snd Sr.nhnmpton on the
IU U1WU1V, uv.w WW HI9 VUIUVK IUII
afternoon.. Her advices are anticipted. the
brines two hundredandpats&nKers,iiicludinj;U,
W. Keymond, editor of the &'ow York JT.iuw,
J. VeleTo, Bardinian Consul for the Piirt
New lork, tieneral Barnard, of New Orlosn;,
and C. liodnlocwjuie, Munager of tho Konr
Orleans . Opera. The Arajo parsed, on the
25th ultimo, off the Kddystono Light, tho Own
Qwm, from New York, hound to Havre. The
Aroijo passed Cape race on tho .Id instant.
New York Financial Matters.
i
New Vouk, September 9-P. M. The slock
market is exceedingly buoyant, to-day, and ,
excepting the railroad bomls, the entire list
shows a higher rango of prices. Tho riao is
moat decided on the railroad lrst, especially
Wcstorn stocks, which opened at en Im
provement of 12 per cent., which is sus
tained at the close. The only stock on the
Western Jistthat did not sympathise; With the
Western market, was Michigan guarantesti,
which opened ut 5", against 28, at yesterday
afternoon's board, and sold down to -1,
closing finally at W&M. New ork Cen
tral wont as high sis 7. U', but closed at 78H
fVttSfc,': iSaletuv closes at 73;W5'; nd
liock island at US?.,'. Coal stocks tire strong,
and ollbrud in biukII Its only at auudvauco
of MV per wut. in Railroad bonds the
transactions wore also on a larger scale, but
prices generally were eusinr. 1 llinois Contra!
suvcus fell 1 )'er cent.; Michigan Southoru
1. Pflfilir; I nilroad seVons, wittt
Mj.,,luur'i 'lalo gimrai0e, brought 85. The
business in titnto bUn-lcs was umisuouy ibiku
to-day, especially iu Missouri aixos, which
sold totbo extend of $135,000, at Hi cash,
and on soller's option. The business in Ex
cbnugo, for tho AinericaU mail, has not been
largo, though rates aro firm. Sterling has
boon comparatively quiet at 110(0)110!, the
outside figure for small lota. The bulk of
sales have been in francs Rt 512i net, at
short sight. ,
It is probablo that our first supplies or
....I i.:u :ii k- n !..;. . thu French.
i as usual, aro always purchnsing considerable
quantities of cotton at tbe Uult ports, iu me
meantime franos aro held firm at full rates.
Tho jjjinn, for Liverpool to-morrow, will
take in speoie about $30l),00d, probably a little
more.
The average receipts of the Miohigan
Southern Road show a fallin? off, compared
with August, 1853, of o0,00l. Tho Illinois
Central Road received in Aiigut $177,000,
against $203,000 in August, 1853. The re
ceipts cf grain at ChioBgo the first four days of
September equal tbe quantity received the last
week of August.
Who weekly bank etatoinent is favorably
conMrued, the inorease in loons being ao
counted for in part by tbe fresh demand from
the West, which in turn must work additional
ease.
The transactions In money to-dsy do not
show any change in the market.
River News.
LovisviM.it, September fl P. M. River
three feet in the canal and fulling.
St. Louis, September 0 P. M. The river
has fallen two and a half inches at tbis point
in the last twenty-four hours, and is now sta
tionary, with scant six feat water to Cairo.
Nothing now from tbe upper stroams all are
on the docline, and difficult to navigate.
Weather clear and cool.
Pittsbnro, September C P. 51. River six
teen ioohes at Glass-house and falling.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
St. Louis, September 9. The overland Cal
ifornia mail, with adviees to the 15th, arrived
hero to-night.
The town of Vallocito, Calaveras County,
wee destroyed by flroonthe 13th- '
An Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Conven
tion will beheld at San Francisco on the 20 ih
inst. All the Pacific States and Territories
will be represented.
Illinois State Fair.
Pekei'Obt, Illinois, September 6. The Illi
nois State Pair has attracted a large concourse
of persons from all parts of the North-west.
Fawkos' steam-plow is here; also, a new ma
chine invented by Van Doren & Qlovor,
Chicago, which, bosides plowing, digs ditches,
reaps grain, stacks it and mows grass. An
award of Jt.'iOO in prizes will be made by
committee on Thursday.
Illinois State Fair. Minister LcLane--From Havana.
Mouii.R, September 6. Tbo United States
steamer Brooklyn left Vera Cruz on the let Inst.
The Vo.'i'oso says that Jliuinter MoLane
avails himself of two months loave of ab
sence. Havana, September 3. Tho capital of tbe
Bank of Havana has increased $6D,l)U0. Tbe
bank has boon authorized to issue tills double
tho amount of its capital.
Municipal Election.
Leavenworth, Septouiber 5. The municipal
election yestorday paBaod oft" quiotly. Den
man, Democrat, is thought to bo re-elected
a small mnjority. Tho Republicans gain
largely ever the last eleciion, and will proba
bly bave a uiojority of Couneilinon and oity
officers.
Texas Election.
WASm.voTO.v, September C The N'ew Or
leans p'lpera received by mail state that the
Independents, or Houston Democrats, have
majority of twonty-two on joint ballot in
Legislature, ronently elected.
DIED,
Qa MiPiiiUyevcnliiK, 31h inst ., KnwAr.11 Mi.nnn.L,
son of Meorie T. mid Anna M. Oooko, ukocI novbu
ypnrsiiix month HU'loitrlitiH'Q inys.
ill luiicial will lake, place Ibis nftcriioou at two
o'clock, fnmi tlio rotiiluuco uf his parent', IJi Viml
Front-strci-t.
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A BAl'K, EASr AKO EFFECTUAL CUBE, MB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, &c.
BSTTwciity-flro cents ppr tintMo.TI4l
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auSt-rro
i-ot'Kilrn ..ti.l iliaiu.4tri-titA.
H.K.Mii.kk It ().i.,33 Malii.tM"t. Th'.iwVybKirn
in.'.i, Si'iavu.lwr at y u'iucl;, Ui't'eyrjei, lirr
Jjoii,Al'. Sfu adv. .
H. 8. Mii.s .V Co.. 33 MUlii-nt rest Wednesday mnrii
iiif, Sepii'inl.or 7. at lu o'clock, :it llio rnriin- .Ninth
and yyiviianie-streetp, alcitot d.iiirigiil meuts
fin-. Si adv.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Hir.SINI3iS iMION'H PRAYER
WEKTI NUd umliiililuv jry nm ruins ia
nl' ttn Kirfit (liiurch. A.11 i.rttiuvltud.
J.KOSAubsWAKTZ WILL
lid a CHiiilidnte i! r Cui iitv iyr;ihiiHlr.ni.r
.1 n .uuuty v.1 tliuuitain Uctoljei uleuU(;u.
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ei-HV" CHAS. B. FOLQEU, Secretary.
NE W ADVEBTISEMEKTS.
BROTHEETON & CO.,
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Dealers in Echnnf,'e,
l'IM:NATJ.
rilUK riNBKHSIQXKD, OP THE LATE
tix.ttoE t :;icoxntiuroA,
Vt coiiiniona'd busini'Sh tinder tho above firm
AtNcH. 7 nnd O Third -Ktrect, (Trnxt Coin.
lntiy Ruildlng.)
"l'"i J. H. 1! K OT HE RTON.
: G. W. HAWESV . ,
KENTDCKY STATE GAZETTEER
ItusiuefiB Directory for 1855) aud
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BUSINESS MEN 'WIU HND THIS
minof trio niot com nWi- Hratf fllrprtorlcs
pnldlaho. in the Wertirn States, runtiiiiinit
(lri.n, dKlity tliiiiisnnd Imelnie inen' naiiirn,
Wing Miclr liHWinn, hinlneu, ic I'rlro .i vi.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
REMOYAL.
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THE FIRM OF
SPRAGTJE & CO.
.. WILL OPEN IN THEIR
N W'S tor
South-east Cor'. Fourth and Vine,
THUHSDAY, 8TII INST.,
WITH THE LARGEST AND
PKETTIEST stock of Goods for MEN'S
WEAR everotfered in Cincinnati.
TUB 8TO0K OF
PIECE GOODS,
To make up to Measure, will bo largo aad taried.
Xo have a
New Corps of Cutters,
From New York suil ridladolplila, who profess to
understand the art of Cuttiug StyHh Garments to
order.
KIT For past favorj we return maur thanks, and
liopo to merit future patronago. Truly,
SPBAGUE & CO.
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O.S.MALTBY
DC'IER IN
FRKSH CAN (ffjft(s)
OYSTE.RS. W
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Uy OYSTERS.
(0) Spiotd Oysters.
PU KLKIOVTEIl9
F11UE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW REC14IV
I INO DAILY, by tli A-lams Exprosi, MALT-
BY'8 world-reuownod Bultliuore
Fresh Curt, Keg and Shell Oysters.
Frh, nermBtlcallr.je"eT COVE, 8PI0ED and
PICKLED 0YSTEB8.
KOBEiiT 0R, Agent.
ssp7-tf ' Depot, 11 West Fifth-street.
ODGE
PATENT IMPROVEMENT
GRATES AND STOVES.
Any fitjloof Oaten can be Set or Iteset with
thin Improvement.
AM THE MERITS OF THIS VA1
UAHliK Improvement have been folly pth.
llnhed ia tbis ulty uud vlclni'y by over KI V B THOU
SAND who have used it the rait two winters, we
prmume it is only necemury lo remind all who de
"ire rxu.s'uKV and comvort that the season to prepare
for winter has arrived, anil that it would he well to
he their Oratus runet heforo the Fail Hocse-cli ak
IsricoDinioncua; tho sooner it is done the bvttcr.
Our workiueo leave oo dirt; there is no necessity of
removing carpets or furniture.
Any communication throuih mall will roeeive
pr nipt attention, nud descriptive Circulars will he
eenMratisif desired. ...
WOrdern mny he Wtt til No. SO Wont Fifth
street, where the PateutStovo maybe aeeo.
J. B. RYAN fc CO., Proprietors.
Or J. BLAKELY, Ueneral Agent. ep70
N. HADDIX,
MERCHANT TAILOR, 260 WAL-KCT-STBEKT,
ubovo (Sixth, Is rorelvioj a
fresh stork of ('lotln, t'i'lroirt,e. Vestings and
Dents' Kninifhind Goods. Ho bus erj(?Bed thoscrv
!' of Mr. CIlAftLKS PAS'IA, of Broarlway, Now
York, whose ri'putation aa mi urtittic Cutter is
guuranteo of e ffant and woll-littingKarmentn. All
work warranted to vivo Hiitinfuctioit. sepTam
HENRY DAVID,
27H MAIN STREET, BETWEEN
8IXrW AM) SEVENTH. Jlaniifactnrer mul
IniDrlfr of Soaos. Perlim-try and Fancy Hoods, haa
jiiit rendvod, rwr stearoor. ii lot of Porto Mom.hos,
Oisar Cuses, lirii.theH. t'onihs, l'Hrfumcry, Hfef Mar
rn' and litncy Goods of all dcecrlrtii u; also acuiu
tide lutortmuit of Handkerchief Extracts, which
hn In ir.!iro" to sull at a llguru lower than nny other
ihuliriu tho city. Alao, rucolvcd this day from New
YoiH. a larB lot of David's liliui and Wai'k Wilting
and Marklnsr Inki which the Mubgrribor will be ublo
to sell at manufacturer's prices. Jobbers and re
tailers will pliaue Call in and oxninino boforo pnr
chaaliiKBljuwIiera. All kindsof Entractsut twnnty
five contii per bottle. Komomber the place, Z7S MhIu
street, botween Bixth and Sevouth. loprt
Cincinnati Academy of Design.
(Established by the late Prof. Robert former,')
8KM1NAO BUILDING, 8UUTn-WEST COB-
NKK8BVENTU AND 1HOLND-6TREETS.
maiS ESTABLISHMENT RE-OPENS ON
JL MONDAY, HoptemliorOth. 13.W, with ItH usiml
fnciiltlri f r Hiviiii; insiructiou in Oil Piinliiifi,
Crayun, Poncil Drnviinir, 4c.,, Vc. Of Into yrarn the
luti! fur Micio bMuches Ims rapidly incresnod
tiironhuiit lnt West, and they uro no looktid npitn
as norf-iinry aeconipllsliment!i, and ueeful ia every
wrIk of lif.
'i'he lo' H stnudlng of this Academy, and lis un
rivaled iuccseh, vivo evidence thut, in every respect,
it is what it piolVwea to be.
sepil aw JI. W. RIOIIARD.SON, Principal,
roa
CANNING.
PRRSONS 'IN SEARCH OF PEACI1ES,
for CannlnK, can be supplied on TUESDAY,
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, with the White
Iloath Free, from the celebrated Orchar l of John
Porter, Clermont County, O., at No i'tjl Western-
ro, at the store of II. J. Montgomery,
si-pta JOHK POUTER.
A. C. STULB,
A TTjANTIO CA6IE RESTAURANT AND
IJk. WINE AND LAOF.Il BKF.B SilOON, No.
7IS Western-row, Cincinnati, Ohio.
K9" Sly bar la at all times supplied with choice
Liquors and Cigars, . sep6am
Seed Wheat,
pPIMErEBK W HEAT, (Orjs,' lbs. to bash.)
ja. honiocKy wniie vnoat,
Burly Mny Wheat.
In store anil fur salo by
. H. W. HASiElTlSKAt't).
sop.1 Seed Store, 171 Walnut-street.
Fruit! Fruit!!
WEARS, PEACHES, QUINCES. AND
JL Orapes, by th barrel, busbnl or banket,
AtHASEM'INE & (JO'S K-d Store,
171 Walu ut-atrcvt, uoxt door to file (libnon Uiuue.
isepil
Grass Seeds.
npiMOTHY SEED,
M. . . (Mover Seed,
, Mlue tiraw Seed, .
' Iteil Top Seed. ,
In store and for sale by .
,,..,.,u ;c B. W.HA8ELTINEAOO.
ep.' t 1' , Seed Store, lit Valum-strect.'.
pnrpow. 1 Siare remaining a sinnl I hit ef very
hue oldOtMnl and tlennemey Brandies, whkb I ollor
for medical purposes, from a knowledge of their hu
periorlty. Also. Madarla, Sherrv and I'ort Wines;
Uiitawbn Still, Kpatlilng and Dry, ell or sit-erlor
uua.ity.audut r.ry
er! " ' ' Corner Nlnttiand Vine
.
NEW ADVERTISEMEENTS.
NEW FALL GIJODSl
CHAS. S. WEATHERBY,
112 Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND It ACE,
"IS KEt'EIVIiifl DiUVi
LAIU.E ADDITIONS
TO 1113 STOCK 0
FALL GOODS !
And is now prepared to exhibit to his customers
auil tbo public an elegant line of .
Dress Goods
.
Which, for beautr, uallljr snd tsrlotjr,
CAN NOT BE EXCELLED.
Silk Robes,
Taney Silts,
Plain Silks.
FOULARD SILKS, '
MOURNING SILKS,
CHECK SILKS,
jlxd ;.
BIjAOH.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Printed Merinoes,
Frttnch Merinoes, .
Eujlish Merinoes,
Poplins,
WOOL DELAINES,
SATIN DU CHINES,
CIIENOISE.
PLAIDS,
FRENCH CHINTZ'S
AND
POIL DE CIIEVRES,
,. .1
Id cndloss variety, and at low prices. ,
ALSO . '
' A KHI ASSOBT3IENT OF
Embroideries
WHITE GOODS. .
THE
DOMESTIC STOCK
Kmbracca ull the beat lirantln of
PUKETIKGS, SHIRTINGS, CAL1C0EH,
LINENS, FLASNEtS, ; tc, Ac,
: i
JiuJ will always be found comi'lotn In
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS,
And many decided nuveltiM.
CIIAJK. S. W12ATI UliKBY,
112 Filth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACB-STREKT3.
'Lsepic ' ;
CORNS,
BUNIONS,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
JAiTIJCS UAKMIiTT,
Well known to the Clli.ean of t'lnclnnnti.
AFTKft A TWENTY YE All S' BKSIDINt'B
Among Ibnm, would respectfully present his claims
to a share of their patronage.
BEING ASSURED BY PERSONS WHO
have submitted to treatment, both from hie ex
perienced hands and from renowned Frofes'ors, tbat
the system taught in the European Colleges does not
differ, to the 'extent of tho variation fn price, I. e
to SiO, and baring the good ef this community
heart, be offers to exhibit, to those interested, a host
of certificates, from well-knowu residents of Cincin
nati, Doctors, Judges, Lawyers, Merchants and Me
chanics, aamcs and signatures that can bo recog
nized by all.
Feeling confident that be can, with his credentials,
enter the Hold against all now comers, give better
satisfaction, with tho same iwrmnnoncy of euro,
one-tenth of the price, he has no hesitation In in
viting all to call at bis Kooms,
No. 6 Bank Buildings,
THIttD-STItEKT, WEST OF MAIN. '
N. B. Will attend at the residence of fnmllles
desired. :'.. sepj
B. ELLIS, Js.
J. W. VINTON,
R. ELLIS, Jr., & CO.,
(Bl'CCKSStJHS TO WOOD, LEA ft CO.,)
NO. IS WEST THIKD-ST.
sep6bwf
MECHANICS' I'AIR.
THE UNRIVALED SM0KE-C0NSUM-ISG
COAL COOKING ST0VB,
The Alligator,
SIX SIZES,
Now being exhibited. The largest asuortment
any establishment in the Wcstorn country,
for sale by tho Inventors and Manufacturers,
ADAMS & PECKOV'EIt, ?
NOVELTY IRON FOUNDEHY,
sepJ-t'W 333 Fourth-street, near Smith.
H. KINGSBURY,
Professor of the Guitar and Flute;
, " ladles and Oontlnmon wishing
struotlouou either of tbo abe In-
iff n-lll ..i,.ulv.. nn.,,.,, ,lt.
lHJt tsntlnn, by leaving their iiditrass at i j-j
tliBMu.loMUiresofttm. C.l'eterssc z
Bonn; John Church and Win, M. PetBrs. anai-am
- Dissolution of Co-Tartnership. .
rf1HE CO-PARTNEHSHIP HERETOFORE'
M- existing between the undersigned was
solved tho Int inntnut, by mutual cuntwnt.
BDWAItl) WARD lsaiithnrlcd tn cill.-ct ll debts
due the liriii.nn'l will antllc ull clnlnifriKalnvt It
KtlWAItll WAMI).
nih-o JOHN B. QUVIJI.
$1
at
if
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of
'
'
1
die.
'
NEW ADY ERTISEMENTS
. a O 3 J! ci
i '. i
t'o'i ,'n-. 'iri-'! .i:i ''
, X 3 3 W
DELAJVD,
GOSSAGE & v
MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
. (, ....!,;.: r ! . , ' t.-
RICH DRESS SILKS
IS ATTRACTING THE
Geiieral Mention of Customers
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS,
-IN-
SILKS, SILKS. SILKS
'J
9
PLAIN, FIGURED A BAYADERE STYLES.
FALL 1IBIESS STUFFS,
VALKUBA DE PARIS,
TOIL DE VALENTIA,
ELEGAKT SIYLES PKfNTED MEBIN09,
EMBEOI DE RIES
'';;.' ' , ! " AND , ; ,'
LAOS GOODS,
v ' ' ' 1 ' . :
JTBENCITWROnOIIT SETS,
CAPES, BERTHAS AND COIFFURES,
. POINT BRUSSELS SETS, ;
INFANTS' WAISTS,
. SHETLAND WOOIi VAILS, 4c.
SHAWLS AND SCARFS,
BIIO0HE, 8TEMA, CRAPE AND PLAID WOOL
BfJAWLS, to.
Linens! Linens!
FOR HOUSEKEEPERS.
'' " Oreatinducemenbi offered In
LINEN BHEErlNOS,
TABLE CLOTHS AND DAMASKS,
TOWJ'LINQS AND NAPKINS,
. - - . DiiAPKEY,DOMKSTI(J3i
, ftOILTS,c4(.
DEMND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
7
"WestFoxirth-St.
C if
Bp5-cendj
THE
BRILLIANT IN COLOR,
PKRFECT IN CONTOUR,
LIGHT AS A Q08SAMKR.
INTRODUCED, SEPT. 3.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS
, No. 149 Main-street,
BELOW FOURTH. ' '
sepl-a-w '
JOHN H. DETERS,
- FABUIONABLB . .
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. S3 West Fourth-sweet,
WISHES TO CALL THE ESPECIAL '
attention of gentlemen to bis large stock of ,
fall work, which is now open for Inspection, jnst
received some new styles English Over-galton. Call
and seoihem. .. .. sepS
TEC 33 Sp-AJCJFL. ,
THE LADIES PKOPOSE HOLDING A
Fair for the benefits of St. Joseph's
Ohnrch, cornor Twelfth and Oreennp-streets, at
ODD FKLL0W8' HALL. Cuvington, Ky.,commenc
IiigMONDAy.fieptemher j.aOd continuing ten days.
Public patronage will be gratefully t'ceived.
' sepJ- . THK FA1B CJMM.1TTEK. ,
Western ,
COIIERML COLLEGE,
' wiil i : .!'y
CHANOB ITS LOCATION V;'.'
TO '' . . , ,
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE THE POSTOmCE,, v,
-OH-
Monday, the lath, mat.
. :,-.. i put 'T'-.mi 1' r' ' a-
, ( .( ; Bi-sjiinunsj ur .
PriiniAiiiiliiiik ii f lhf Institntiiiii.
HAY IB 0EEM AT TIIS
MECHANICS'
)'? snpMinl 'd
FAIR.
A. Y. BABRIM'JH. ! '- JUST. BAftttlMCM.T
1 . MannlaalnvMa -At 'I ,.,'i "I
fjf t . ' ' ill ' tfmmmwiww -i.i , t
The Celebrated Patent Combined
For WOOD or OOAL. The most convenient, ece.
nomlral and durable Cooking Stove ever invented,
for Hteanibosts, Hotels, Restaurants and Private
Houeiis. Oooklng aud boiling water for wash and
bath rooms, in large quantities, in any adjoining
apartmont by the same lire.
Warerooms, 2 IT Main
St., ClnclunatU
- SWT Bights to manufacture and sell these HTVKS
may bo seonred on application to the proprleto. j, at
their wareroonii. sp7.

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