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THE JPBESS.
Printed by "Caloric."
OFVICE NO. 14 WB8T FOURTH gTRKBT.
CINCINNATI:
THURSDAY..
....SEPTEMBER 8
J?B" Judo Douous will leave Columbus thli
morning for Cinoionatl via Dayton, whore be
will tarry long enough to attend tha discussion
between the oandidates for Governor, and will
arrive here at 6:40 P. M. He speaki In Fifth
atreot Markot-ipaoe this evening.
Magistrates to be Elected.
The Miyor waa lnstrnoted by the City Coun
cil, Inst night, to Include in hi general procla
mation of election in October, that of two
ilcgi!frute!, the term of F. II. Eowekamp and
DaviJ Fiihcr expiring at that timo.
The Horticultural Fair.
The week or two during whiok the Fair if
open, semi-annually, 1 a period of refreshment
of the better nature of numerous men and wo
men of this city, who come to the exhibition of
flowere, pHnts and frulti, as a religious duty;
to renew from the sight of these produots of the
earth, from which wo came, eome of the
diviner qualities our forefather Adam Is re
ported to have lost in the garden. Those we
meet there communing with these mental and
moral initruotors, we will guaranteo will be
wiser, happier and better men and women.
Let tbo ohiidren go, of courso, "for of suoh is
the Kingdom of Heaven.
Important Notice to Laborers.
The most extravagant conclusions have
been taken by a large number of worthy la
borers abroad that, in Cincinnati, an immense
demand exista for workers on our street rail
roads. In great numbers, at cost to them
selves, they orowd by the railroads into this
city, expecting immediate wages, payable in
cash. Theso expectations are entirely delu
sive. There are more than abundant bands
here for all the railroad routes projected.
We announce that the City Council last night
adopted a resolution refusing to make any
extension, or to construct any now routes for
two months to come. Save your money, la
borers, and do not rush into a great city
where no adequate demand for your labor
exists.
The Mechanics' Fair.
The peoplo appreciate what our artisans
ore doing in this city, and are ready to tes
tify it by a liberal attendance on the exhibi
tions of the Mechanics' Institute. Daily and
nightly the rooms are crowded. In our little
papor we can give, daily, but a few observe
tions. Let us first take a glance at tho circu
its saw-mill. "Round and round beats up and
down," that means that Limb A Bodlet b
circular saws are superior to the old fashioned
up-and-down saw-mill. It is simpler, relaxes
tbo food and humors the saw when necessary;
the motion backward is more rapid, and the
earrings is arrested at pleasure, and at a single
movement of a lever, one person managing the
feed oan set the log, thus taviog the expense
of two men. The independent head blocks are
a great feature. T bey are successfully in u.e
in Boss County, Ohio, and in Indiana.
Wright A Holhak, of Springfield, Ohio,
oxhiMt upright hominy-mills, which work
eight bushels of corn into merchantable honv
icy in an hour, without dampening.
Rotes, Sikontox A Co. exhibit all varieties
of wheels, hubs, felloes, shafts, bows, ic, for
cerriaje and wagon-makers. Their exhibi
tions have always been superior.
Ghat's Improved Vice is represented to be
simple and durable, adapted to the lightest
work or the heaviest chipping. At a given
point three times the pressure) Is given that
oan be seoured in ordinary vices.
Mr. Barlow, a Kentuckian, is an Inventor
and exhibitor of one of the most simple, but
instructive instruments the Planetarium. Or
ders for this convenient school apparatus
should be addressed Thomas Barlow, Cin
ciiisati. This is a mcohanieal wonder. It,
by i-s motions, divides one hundred by three,
without a remainder.
M r. J. B. Hapkiks, agent for a Kentucky
coal-oil works, which is said to produce a su
perior article of oil, has some of the speci
mens of the same on exhibition. The new
light is in great favor.
Hcddart's Scales. This worthy mechanic
is ever furnishing something; now and of
sterling worth; his grocer and counter scales
are now at the bight of improvement. He
has a butter scale, the dish on one side of
which is enamel, that gives no taste to the
butter.
Tub Old Dominion. Johsph E. Gbbbs has
a handsome display of his economical coffee
pots, known as the Old Dominion. Science
is applied here to the advantage of thou
sands. lie has them from the largest for
hotels, to the smallest for small housekeep
ers. His milk-pans and weather strips are
also a speciality.
The adaptation of coal-burners to the loco'
motive furniture of railways has proved
great economy. So has it for domestic pur
poses in cooking stoves, when properly ar
ranged. The Alligator cooking stoves of
Adams A Pkckovib have been successfully
tested in this city. You can not pass their
admirable collection in the fair without ad
miring them, and agreeing at once that they
are No. 1 stoves.
The sowing machines on exhibition com
prise the varietis advertised on our first page,
If there be any excellence in any machine
invented for the purpose, it will be found in
these on exhibition.
If any one wishes to ran his fata, Cincinnati
furnishes at progressive Photographers as ean
bo iound anywhere. The walls of the room
devoted to the fine arts prove that. We do
not see, however, apeoimens of the reoent won
derful disoovery of Fortathc, of this oity, by
which ho ean print fifteen thousand impres
sions of a pioture in an hour. Fontatki'i
Telcsmatio Photographs make eastern artists
say, "That Queen City it a great place."
The water meter placed near the entrance
door suggests that there are parties In this
eity ming great supplies of water at nominal
rates, which, if measured by this tell-tale,
would increase the revenues of the department.
We ask that observation may be given to
centrifugal pump, which throws up water at
the rate of eighty barrels an hour. It is the
invention of E. B. Holhm, an engineer of the
Cincinnati Water-worki. It it suitable ,for
railroad water ttatloni.
NEWS BY THE LATEST MAILS.
Important Aekkst or ComtTiRrnTKHs. On
the 10th ult.,two men, named Brown ana saw
yrr.were arrested at San AntODio,Texas,charged
with passing bogus gold coin, and on their
premier was found a tin box, containing thirty
one stolen drafts, for sums ranging from three
thousand dollars down, principally on New
York; but amnn them is tho following: $10 78,
draft, E Marsh, President Alton Bank, on J
Lee A Co., in favnr of Purvis A Co., No.
17,118, dated May 2Sth, 1859. Brown is said
to be a ton of a clergyman, and fnrmoriy a
olerk in the Pmtoiiico at Toledo, Ohio, where
he was known as a "fist young man."
Tboubls at Hahtford. Much ill-feeling
has been oaused at Hartford by a bayonet
charge of the military to keep the are clear
on the oocasion of the roooptlon of Ex-Governor
Seymour. A youDg man named Charles
W. Banks, twenty-five years of age, who was
sitting in a wagon with ladies, was stabbed in
the buck, and lies in great agony, it being
doubtful whether he will recover. A home wa?
stabbed attached to a carriage, In whioh oar
riage Is said to have been sitting the wife of
the officer who ordered the oharge. The wagon
andearriaee were so wedged in that they oould
not be moved in season to escape the deadly
obarge. The papers generally condemn the
military, and deny both tho necesity and the
right to order the' charge.
Firs at Talparaiso, Ixd. A fire ooourred
at Valparaiso, Porter County, Indiana, ob
Monday night, wbloh entirely destroyed what
Is known as the "Odd-Fellows block," and an
adjoining building belonging to Dr. Haas, of
Evansville. The aggregate loss Is estimated
at thirteen thousand dollars. Tho publishers
of the Demoernt and Republican newspapers are
among the sufferers.
JrjN'cupx axb Brsakwatrr Railroad.
The first locomotive over this road arrived
in Milford, Delaware, on Thursday week.
Thousands of people wore present to seo it,
and to participate 'in a grand jubilee. The
formal opening, however, will not take placo
until Wednesday next, when an address will
be delivered by tho President of the road,
and a "big time" may be expected.
9Thc Smithsonian Institution have re
fund hv moil, a unreel, which, on tnkine
fT tho envelope, seeim-d to be a pasteboard
bos, considerably flattened. On opening it,
however, two thriving, living specimens of
the curious animal, known ss the Texas
horned fro?, were discovered. These follows
came all the way from Huntsville, Texas,
quite comfortably in uncio bam s man Dag,
Without looa or wnior.
rsy-Judee Pettit, of Kansas, has explained
the reason of his stoppage of sundry courts in
his distriet. He says that the people are anx
ious to have the courts, but do not provide tor
the expense. He has notified the bupervisors
that be will noia ouuri woen omcmny ueeireu
to do so. The Judge hat already granted
about twenty five divorces.
S-Daniel E Sickles's first publio appear
ance in iNew 1 ora sinoo ms ncquiuai m n ntu-
ngton was at Tammany Hall, on Iburfday
eveuing, at a meeting ot toe Ueneral tom
ruittee. It is said the only members who gave
him the right hand of fellowship were Captain
Ryoders, George 11. Purser ana Alderman
Tuomey.
ffifiThe taxation imposed this year by the
Brnith Parliament for the support of Govern
ment amounts to ine enormous sum oi
000,000, or $308,300,000, exoeeJing the oost of
our General Government and all of the State
and Municipal Governments in the Union com
bined.
fisS'lt it announced that the United States
Convention of Universalis will meet In Roch
ester in September. The Rev. E. H.Chapin,
of New York, is to deliver the occasional eer
man. The State tax of Georgia, at this time,
is only two-thirds of a mill on the dollar.whioh
is the lowest State tax paid, probably, in any
State of the Union.
3 norse railroads are about to be intro
duced into Milwuukie.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
New York Financial Matters.
Nrnr York, Sept. 7 P. M. The value of
stocks continues to move upward with rapid
strides. This remark apj lies more particularly
to the railroad Bhares, which are in strong
demand, stimulated by the flattering acoounts
from the West, The dealings to-day were
marked by extraordinary buoyanoy, especially
in New fork Central, which opened at 78
78,and steadily rose to 1914, theolosiug
price, with sales on sellers' thirty and sixty
UajB, at YSgf.fUJU. in neauing me gates were
large at44K(444, 0li8D' ant' on ,mysr!'
option. Hudson ruver is per cent, nigner;
ItocR island ft; Udiena yA mion.gan central
y. Erie remains negieoted at 4, at wbioh a
lot of fifty shares changed bands. PaciBo
Mail was among toe tew exceptions tot be rise,
falling to 83 i, a decline of 2 percent, from
yesterday's prices. Panama rose to 118,
against 117 yexterday. Toledo and Chieago,
Kuriinzton and uuinov, eacu advanced i per
cent. Illinois Central is buoyant and sparingly
offered, closing at 60.
The quotations or railroad bonds show
plight improvement to-day. Erie fourths
brouebt 30 Kc, and Michigan Southern firsts
73o. The State stocks, with the exoeption of
Missouri sixes, were again higher. Business
in this department was not so large as jester
av. There is more aeiivity in the money
market to-day, ooufiued, however, to call loans
for which six per cent, is more readily pnlit
Discounts are easy at67per cent, for prime
short paper, and 77J4 for long, running into
Fehraart next.
At the bnk the ruling rates are S per cent.
for demand loans, and 7 percent. Tor paper.
Ia the foreign and domeatio exchanges noth
ins new presents itself.
At the seaond Board the extreme quotations
of the dav were not maintained, Missouri
sixes rose i New York Central 4, oloslog
at 79 'X cash and 797: II. 3U. Harlem, pre
ferred, rose 4; Reading 14, and Rock Island
V. olosinc at 70 oash, and 70 V, B. 60.
Hudson Biver no change. Paoifio mail fell U
The August receipts of the New York Central
Road are stated, unofficially, at $B3,vuu.
From Washington.
Washington, September 7. Sometime ago
Captain Stone made a full statement to oar
Government of the circumstances attending
the expulsion of himself end other Americans
from Sonora. This act of Governor Pesoheira
being clearly violative of the provisions of
treaty wttn Moxioo, proper measures nave seen
takes for protecting United States oitliens
that quarter, and instruotions are now on
way for this purpose.
A list of lands, embracing an area of nearly
one hundred and twenty-two tnousand aores
enurinz to the Southern Mississippi Railroad
under the aot of August 1858, has been certified
to the State of Mississippi, by the Secretary
the Interior.
From Venezuela.
Naw York, September 7. An arrival at this
nort from Cuidad. .Bolivar, August 11, fur
nishes later Yenetuela advices. There was
communication with the Interior, owing to
river being in possession of the Faotionists,and
most vessels in port will leave In ballast, as
hides are to be had.
The revolution was going on in the Interior,
s free pardon ottered to the Revolutionists hav
ine been refused.
General Brito, with from eight hundred
nine hundred Government troops, was at San
Fernando, in the expectation of an attack. Thi
town was well defended ny artillery.
Illinois State Fair.
Fheeport, III., September 7. Tho State
Fair is a complete success, not less than
25,000 people on the ground. The re
ceipts to-day amount to $5,000. Steam plows
were on exhibition this forenoon. Fawkea
machine plowed an acre in eleven minutes.
The number of agricultural implements on
exhibition is larger than at ony previous fair.
The Farmers' Conveation met this evening
for tho purpose of discussing agricultural
matters. Friday is the last day, when pre
miums amounting to$16,500 will be awarded.
New York and Erie Railroad.
Nxw York, September 7. General Order
No. 2, dated Soptembor 7, Receiver's Office,
Now York and Erie Railroad Company, reads
thus: "I have this day appointed Charles
Minot General Superintent of the road, with
power to issue such geueral rules, regulations
and orders as may be necessary for admin
istering the duties of his office, subject to my
in writing.
NATHANIEL MARCH, Receiver."
This is considered a capital appointment
on all sides.
River News.
St. Lotus, September 7 P1 M. The river
fell one inch at this point last night, and has
been stationsry sinoe morning, with five and a
half feet to Cairo; twenty eight inohes on the
lower and four feet on the upper rapids; two
feet in the Illinois and four foet in the Missouri.
Weather clear and warm.
Lodisvillr, September 7 P. M. River fall
ing, with two feet eleven inches in the canal.
PiTTsnuRQ, September 7 P. M River un
changed since noon. Weather dear.
Republican Convention.
Syracuss, Soptem. er 7. The Convention
this afternoon made th- following nominations:
For Secretary of &to Elias W. Leaven
worth, of OnondaSfControllerItobertllDan
nison, of Orange; Attorney Goneral Charles
8. Myers, of St. Lawrence; State Engineer
Orville W. Strong, of Alleghany.
From Jamaica.
New Orliass, September 7. We have re
coived Jamaica advices to the 15th ultimo.
Rtiinforoements will be asked of England for
the hotter prelection of the northern part of
the Island against negro riots.
From Baltimore.
Baltimore, Septemher 7. The meeting to.
morrow will be immense. The disorderlies
eeem to have vanished. For two weeks there
hat not been the slightest disturbance.
Fire in St. Louis.
St. Lodis, September 7. The flooring-milt
of Goodwin, Millor A Co., and two adjoining
buildings on the corner of Ashloy and Main
streets, burnt this morning. Loss $30,000; in
sured for $19,000.
Firemen's Parade.
Zanervillk. September 7. Fire companies
from Dayton, Urban, Columbus, Cleveland,
Newark and other places, arrived this morn
ing, and many mora are expected to-night,
The itate parade promises to De very large.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A BAPS, EAST AND EFFECTUAL CORS, FOB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, &c.
SQ Twenty-five cents per bottle.TMl
GEO. M DIXON, Druggist,
ati?9-im Curlier of Fifth mid Mamtreeta.
EPITOME.
H. 8. Mais 4 Co., 33 Main-streot. Thursday morn
ing, Si'ptemnor I, H I l ciock, uroccriei, Airy
GMidn,tc. Rm 'lv.
SPKCIAL NOTICES.
HUSINKXS MEN'S PKAYEK
hi KKTINI3S rohld evprvmornilis in the
nent of the First Church, All r invited, jyl
LGOlVltn HVVAKTZ WILL
h cundiiluto fur County Conimlasloner of
uaoiil on County at tho ensuing October election.
auio-tt
THE OLD SCHOLAR OF
Hcrron'h Semiimry will moot TO-NlfiHT
utiiiu school nil BoVflolh-stteet, for tho adoption ot
thnir Constitution sou Uy laws, and to elect omuera.
A full attendance is requested. jij-a
HALF-FARE EXCURSION TRAIN.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
GRAND NATIONAL
HORSE SHOW
AND
LADIES' EQUESTRIAN FAIR,
TO Bl HELD IT
DAYTON,
September 6, T, 8, 9 and 10, 1850.
GRAND BALLOON ASCENSION,
OK
SATURDAY.
Faro for the Round Trip $1 75.
fTHI3 EXHIBITION IS DESIGNED
35er to xcol anytlilnuof thokltiil over given In
i lie united States. Kome .if tlioujuot noted honos
of thecouutry will beat ..aytou.
A Urge amount of premiums are to tie distributed.
Seats liHve been erected to acroimnoriate thirty thit.
sand vUltore. And thecftjdlilttti!Hfur Governor wll.l
adilres the iieople on the Sth lift.
Tlieptogr.imiii fur nutiiruxy will ronilst or Trot
ting Afittclio.. for purses by all the Tlortte. receiving
prunoims, at 2 I'. II ; a Rhco furahuavy puree, iie-
wwu lunu luuiuin nui .rw. mil iuk" iiitm. p rum
three to half past funr P, M.,a bountiful eiiiie.trluii
speo a le. by a number of young litriiex, who will
compete for prizes, A irnn- lUiiooti Aurei.tji'.oi by
nous J u, iiei.lm.v.-s stt r. 01., in nis niiiiiimo ii
balloon. "LevUttiau," iiurli'S the day, hu opportu
nity will be given 1ml I m ami xentleuien, to noike
asrlal nccnfl!uisto the altitude of live huudrrd feet.
KiTlii vlditlon o the Kogulm Trains, A UAL If
FAKE TBI IN will be run daily during the con
tinuauc of the Kalr. Leaving Cincinnati at 0:43 A
51., reaching Vtyion at V:fti A. M. 'topping nt all
way tatlons IteturnlDK. will lenre D'Vli.n nt.vu
P M. -stopping at all way ntalloui. 'I lie lulf "ar'.
Ticket!, will no bo good on the 7:40 P. M. Tru'm
fr in Dayton fur Mi ouiaburgh, I arlial?, Mid lleto ,f
Hamilton, Glonilalo and Inciimati, Us regulnr r tor..'
plug stations. D. MoLaKKN, Superintend' .ut
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
in
the
of
no
the
no
to
NEW STYLE.
THE BROADWAY!
JUST I S 8 UED,
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS'
No. 149 Main-street,
ON DOOR nr.LOW FOURTH.
lflpH
WHOLESALE
139 WALNUT-STREET,
West Side, bet. Third and Fourth,
WE ARE MOW IN RECEIPT OF
. oar FALL and WINIEB STOCK of
HATS, CAPS,
Furs and Trimmings,
And In Its a thorough examination.
W.CWhitcher&Co.
Lsenaawj!
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FALL TRADE.
HARDWARE!
Howell llano & Co.,
138 WALJTUT-ST.,
iMPonTums
AND
WHOLESALE DEALERS
-1N-
Oxxtlery
AND
Ouns.
WE CANOFFEIt INDDCEMUNT3 TO WESTKRN
MERCHANTS TO
Buy their Goods in this Market
We have j net oponed a largo au-Ttment of
George Wostenholms & Son's
POCKET CUTLERY, RAZORS, &c,
C'ompi Ihina all tho Latest Patterns.
we also hsve a set of patterns WOSTENHOLMS'
Knlvoa, from which we take orders for Importation.
2S. c&3 J".
SHEFFIELD.
Spear & Jackson's Files;
Spear & Jackson's Chisels;
Spear & Jackson's Sawsi
FOR SALE BV
H. GAN O &CO.,
IMPORTERS,
138 WALNUT-STREET.
Oliver Ames & Son's
SHOVELS♠
Hall, Brown & Co.'s
FORELSj
LAMPSON, 0ODMAV & CO.'S
CUTLERY;
FOR SALE BY;
H. GANG & CO.,
130 Walnut-street.
M.Greenwood&Co's,
W00DR0UGH & IcPARLlN'S
J AS. L. HAVEN & CO.'S
AD D OTHER
Cincinnati Itanufactures,
FOR SALE il.T tfllEIR PRICES
Howell Gano k Co.
HARDWARE,
138 Walaut-ot
IsepS-c-TblrTul
TETEWEK2XY BUDGET
MTEFiATUItK. AND HUMOR
COM E PERSONS BBlNGr DETERMINED
-5 oa misconstruing the charncter of our paper,
mmnl, lh,. .i....?.nl Til It tlllD IKT Will
be pub llahed every BA t V KlA V , and will be devoted
io me ai-BemmatiJii oi mews, luuirvsuuii opu".
ariecuiiiee, joKeB. P tin, ac, auu woi uuumiiu iwu
iVAPtUarn.nt. h. llntt.lul. .nil .t th lOW
p-lce of oiuht cents per lloe.or tqulraient space, for
eacu irjuftriion.
The nAnurnilll I. it.illvawAil h-m thl r.itT. flovlnfllton
and Newuort. at T. ea nt for i -eekl. Br mall, 8l M
per ar, or 75 cents for 6 montlls. .
EUMONIih rraV IiCO.. Publishers.
I AO VI na.atriMt. I1D stairs.
flood CanTasiers ean find Imi owl lite employment.
is epaa-Cli.TiniM.j
Q. W. HAWE3'
KENTUCKY STATE GAZETTEE
-AKD
Oailneai Directory for fS9 and '60
vJCBT I88UID.
BUSINE33 .WEN WILD PINP THIS
one oft I le mo t complete Stat. Diroctrles yet
published in the W sstere States, conuinitff as
dote, eighty Ithoiuan builneis men's n.int'S, ana
giving their lo cation, irasinesa, Ac Price 8.1
...1. ... rill i-In iVr.j
tep7-aw I Postofflc 6 Stand, Pontofflce aullditlx
ITIEClIliWCS' FAIR.
T
IHE TJKTRIVALBiT) 8M0KE-C0NSUM-
1MU WAfj OC)OU.IA BTUVjg.ITUlll
ALL I G A TOR,
-SIX 8UE8,
Mow being exh IblUxl. The largeit assortment
ny establlr .hmeot in tho Western oountry.
nr sale by t) ie Inventorj an U Manufacturers,
ADAfiiIS & PEG'KOVER,
NOV.HrTY IB0 W FOTJNDIBT,
Sep5-cw 33v lourth-s Ut, near Smith.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I
EMOYAL.
in
TUG FIRM OF
SPJRAGUE & CO.
WILL OPEN IN THEIR
PJe "VS7" Store
South-east Cor. Fourth and Vine,
IIURSDAr, 8TII IiST.,
TriTII THE LARGEST AM)
Tt mETTIEST to-k of Goods for MBM'S
EAB ever offered In Cluclunatl.
THE bTOOK OF
IECE GOODS,
To mak. up to Measure, will be large and varied.
e nave a
New Corps of Cutters,
From New York and Philadelphia, who profess to
understand the art of Cutting 8tylteh Garments to
rder.
For past favors we return many tbsnks, and
hope to merit future patronage. Trulr,
SPRAGUE & CO.
r''p7-tfi
C.S.M BY
DBIER IN
U.J FRESH CN
W OYS
TEJiS.
COVE
OYSTERS.
xv l ) Spi'iea Oysters.
Jf PU KLKIIOVMTERS
hue minsnRrRER ta now REUblV-
rvfl oilf.v hv tli A.lnm. r.tim. MALT.
Hi s woriu-ieuowneu uituiiuoro
fresh Cn, Kej and Shell Oysters.
Fr(h. Hnrmetli-allv sealed COVE, BPIOED and
PICKLED OY8T KltS.
ROBElvT ORE, Agent.
sop7-tf
Depot, 11 West Fifth-street.
PATENT IMPROVEMENT
in
GRATES AND STOVES.
Any fi tylc of Crates f-an be et or Reaot with
tnia improvviuoui..
A H TUP. MRU ITS OF THIS VAL.
A- ITABI.R Improvement have been f"llyotHh.
Il.h..lin t.lu Alt.. vtnlnl hvnnr IT1VK THOIT.
,i-m-u in i inn vii j ftuu .....I., j . - - -
SAND who havo xm'A It S lie pvt two winters, wo
uin.limn It in uiiij ,.-vo-. j
i .. 1 nnu.nnw,l..l .(.Aunn.i n tt nmnini
jrUIVUNUWI llUH i... i pi i un i i ii .. .. . " " , 1
for winter rian rrl ed, and that It would be well to
nave tneir uraioB rosw. neiore me r all ruumB-uiMw
.nnna, I. la rl..li.t tliu liaftur
AU iiuiiiiiimiiiu. iuv wuiim ... ........ .
Our wnrkiiien lt' ivo n cllrt; there le so necessity or
reinovind Ciirpere nr iiiruimir.
i nmt n r r in inn. and de-crlntive Circulars will be
sentcratis II uesiron. .,
sMrOnlern mny he left n t No. 20 Weat Fifth-
street, where Hie ratenistiive mny ue booh.
l. It. It" An rrui'iiciurs
Or J. BLAKELY, General Agent. eep7o
EXCURSION TICKETS.
Chicago $12, and Return,
—BY THE—
NEW AND DIRECT ROUTE,
Cincinnati, Lima and Chicago
RAILROAD.
THIS COMPANY WILL SELL TICKETS
to tho U. H. Agricultural fair, to be held at
Unicago, sopiemoer iz, h, w, io, ii nu in.
Tickets to be had "n and after the 71 h iimt., at the
Ticket Office of this Company, at the new olHc
wost side of Vine street, Between me rimomce ana
Harriot Houne, "t the Waluat-etroet House, or at the
Blxth-Btreei Depot. . ....
sep3-aw u. ucLia uriK, onp t.
K
of
THE AMERICAN
Railway Guide,
FOR SEPTEMBER,
JTJBT RECEIVED. PRICH 23 CENTS.
Vnr -ale hv E. SIENDCNHALL.
sepS At bis new store. No. 10 W est Fifth-street.
JOHN H DETERS,
FASHIONABLE
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. 33 West Fourth. wcct,
M7ISUES TO CALL THE ESPECIAL
ff atiAittlnn of anutlcm'en to tils laran stock
fall work, wblcli is now opmi lor inspecii n. just
received eome new styles bngllsti Over-galtors. tall
and see them. ee3
HENRY DAVID,
NO. 278 MAIN STKEKT, BETWEEN
nivrll AND HEVBN'fU. Ilanufactorer and
imn ,..p nf riiiAns. Perlun.erv end Fancy Goods,
JIUl receiVBU. (Fi mrmiiii .. u , ,
Cigar liases, Brushes Combs, Perfumery. B.ef Mar.
."'f ; - .... f d...; m... i.
a... unit . unrv l.lti nM III ILII MHHCriUll us. ninu . VUIU
he In prepare to sell at o tljure l iwertha any other
rtealor in the city. A Iso, reoeiyed this day from N
Yorh, a large lot of David's Bine and Black Writing
and Harking: Inks whioh the subscriber will be able
to .ell at manufacturer's prlcos. Jobbers and
Kin,.. ntiprntAiiL (II iinntiKerumui ir.AiiHi.tn. irmuu
tailers will pleaeo call in and xamine before pur.
.!...... .Lnuihare. All kiiid.iof Extftictsat twenty-
five cents per bottle. Keinomber the place, 27S Main
treot. between alxtn ana sevenm. i.pn
Cincinnati Academy of Design.
(Established by the late Prof. Bobert Conner,)
SEMINARY BUILDIN8, SODIH-WEST COB
NEB SEVENTH AND M0UND-6THEET9.
TUI8 ESTABLISHMENT RE OPENS
MONDAY, Beptembor 3th, 1869, with Its usoal
...... ii t, iriviiiir instrucllou iu Oil P.iiiLinff.
Crayon, Pencil Drawing, to.,o. Of lale years
tnete for tbeae brunches hue rapidly increased
throughout tne west, ana iney are no iiioaeu upon
u oeoeesaryacooiupllbhoients, and useful In every
.!!, nt nr..
The long standing of this Academy, and Its
rivaled succees, give evidence that, in every reit
it Ib what It professes to bo.
sepO-aw M. W.KI0HABD80N, Principal.
Iff. HADDIX,
MERCHANT TAILOR, 2MI WAL.
NOT-STBKBT, above Sixth, is receiving
freeh stock of Cloths, Oaasimerne, Veatings
(Jems' Furnishing Goods, lie has engaged the serv
ices of "r. UUAitliKS PAU IA, of Broadway,
York, whose reputation as sn artistic Cutter ia
guarantee of e rgant aud well-flttlng garments.
work warranted to give satisfaction. sep7am
OYSTERS! FRESH 07STERS
333 Wsilnat-atreet,
OlKOiNNATI.
I HAVE COMMENCED FOR THB SEA
BON the sale of J. B.MaNNJO.'B, superior
raw fresh oysters. J.TODD,
Wholesale and retail Agent for J. B. Hann A
Oysters cooked in a superior style at our usual mod.
erate charges. anio-tf
I
,
of
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ew
ON
the
nr.
a
and
New
a
All
Co.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
BROTHERTON & CO.,
Dealers in Exohange,
' CINriWNATI.
THE UNDERSIGNED, OF THE LATE
House of '
CILMORE BROTHERTON,
Haa commenced business under the above firm name
At Noe. 7 sind 9 Thlrd.ei.reet. (Trnit Com
panr Bnlldine.)
iei7m J. tl. BKUTHKKTUn.
BTELLlbTJai ,: W. YTtiTOa.
R. ELLIS, Jr., & CO.,
(successohs to wood, iza. co.,)
NO. 15 WEST THIRD-ST.
eepftbwf 1
NEW FALL GOODS!
cms. i mmw,
113 Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE. .
IS REUKIVIHO DAILY,
LARGE ADDITIONS
TO HIS STOCK Of
rEV FALL GOODS!
And Is now prepared to emblblt to his customers
and the publio an elegantllne of
Dress Goods
Whlob, for beauty, Quality and variety,
CAN, NOT BE EXCELLED.
Silk Robes,
Fancy Silks,
Plain Silks.
FOULARD SILKS,
MOURNING SILKS,
CHECK SILKS,
AND
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Printed Merinoes,
French Memoes,
English Merinoes,
P o p 1 i n i,
WOOL DELAINES,
SATIN DTJ OHINB3,
CHEN0I3B.
PJLAID8,
FRENCH CHINTZ'S
inn
FOIl. DE CHEVRE9,
In endless Tariety, and at low prlcos.
4110
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Embroideries
AND
WHITE GOODS.
THE
DOMESTIC STOCK
Embraces all the best brands of
SHEETING8. SHIRTINGS, CALICOES,
LINENS, fLANNELS, 4o., 4c
And will always be found complete in
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS,
And many decided novel tlos.
C1IAS. S.AVEATHERI1Y,
112 Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINE ANI RACE-STREETS.
ep6cl
A. C. STTTLB,
ATLANTIC CABLE RESTAURANT AND
WINE AND LAQKR BEER SALOON, No.
718 Wolorn-row, Cincinnati, Ohio. i
tT Uy bar is at all times supplied with choice
Liquors and Cigars, aeptam
iTloney! Money! money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
ltemored from 36 West 91xth-itrct.
V0NET LOANEDON WATCHES, JEW-
r Ji ETjRY and all Kinds or Merchandise, at tow
rate of interest, at No. 173 Tine-street, between
Fourth anil Fifths Hi
WESTERN
11
WILL"
CHANGE ITS LOCATION
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE THE TOSTOIFICE,
Mondy, the 12 th, inst.
SPEcraiEN op;
Penmansbip oi tho Institution.
UaT Bl BIIK Jit TBI
MECHANICS.'
tsepl-fm
FAIR.
A. T. DAEB1NOES.
. T. MtBineu.
BARRIKGER & CO.,
MrinnnwtnrsK tf
The Celebrated Patent Combined
OOOK7.NQ STOVES,
For WOOD or VOAL. The most a invenient, eco.
nomlcal and durable Cooking btoe ever luvente
for Steamboats, Hotels, Kestaurana 'and PrtvaM
Honsas. tiookimg and boiling water . 'or wash and
bath rooms, In Targe auun titles, In a 11 adjolnlsg
apartment by t'aeeame fire.
Wireroornii, 21T Main St., CI uclnngrj.
WBIghUtomannfacUireandwll tba e8T0VI8
may be seoard on apilioittloa to the prv 'Meters, l
their wareromi. sep7

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