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ANDY W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL, i
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C, I If C I N.N A T It
FBI DAT..
.SEPTEMBER 9
jS-We return thanks to the Adams Ex
press for Inte Western papers. Favors thus
rendered are appreciated.
New President of Antioch College.
Her. ThoU-sIIiil, of Waltnam, Mftssaobu
letts, having been unanimously ohoaen Presi
dent of Antlouh College, Yellow Springs, de
livorod his Inaugural Addrnss last nlghl, and
the College, to-day, In regular seiaion.
Douglas Will Speak To-Night.
People of ari parties partake of politloal ex
oitement, and are enohanted by the hero of the
hour. The non-arrival of Mr. Douglas, yes
terday, disappointed several persons who came
to the city by railroad, bat to-night, he will,
In vory deed, speak at Court-streot Market
space. , i..
The Young Giant in Town.
Tboie up to the fever point, in favor of the
Young Giant of Illinois, can have an oppor
tunity, to-night, after the open air speaking of
Senator DocQL-l, to see the operation of tho
open-air in driving the Calorio engine of the
Ptnny Prtei. Call at oar office No. 14 West
Fourth-streell" ' ;
The City Council To-night.
The City Counoll will hold an extra meeting
to-night, and should determine where the stroot
railroad track should be laid along Fifth-street
Markot-space." As now designed, there ia not
room enough between the pavement on the
upper side and the proposed track, to allow a
market wagon to stand. As tho horses were
ranged along by the wagonalast night a psBeiog
oar would knock the bind quarters off them.
Union Discussions.
It Is to ie fc.optd that political canvassers, in
tfiis State, will a ton be elevated to the distinc
tion of high-minded discussions by contestants
lr public office, at the forum of the people.
An inauguration has been made of a reform
polioy. 'On Tuesday, the candidates for Gov
ernor presented themselves on the same Btand,
at Tiffin, Senoca County, and both were seen
and hoard by the people They had a discus
sion, yesterday, at the Fair, in Dayton. On
Wednesday, Governor CHiSE and Senator Pdqu
discussed the Slavery question, pro and eon,
atTiflin. ; :' -; ' '
Ohio Mechanics' Institute Exhibition.
These beautiful nights are harmonious with
promenades and visits to the Fair. The people
havo responded nobly to the oall of the Com
mittee, and last night were present in numbers,
perhaps two thousand. The esthetic culture
of the Exhibition Js a feature which should
weigh with force, in encouraging a visit from
evory class of our citizens. The relations of
uses and beauty are practloally exhibited in
these rooms., Hours oan be profitably spent on
ono oolloetion. Days are Insufficient to gratify
a true observer. . We wonder what the texture
cf that mind is, when the eyo passos over the
I'jieoialltler as generalities, and the generalities
as common places, that which patient, success
ful thinkers have embodied In models, the
mecbaniq has wrought into shapes. These
workings are, In most cases, complimentary
conveniences for ydn."' Header, go and judge
for yourself how well the workers are suiting
you in the excellencies and the adequacies.
Dayton.
This promising city, at the mouth of Mad
Kivor, was so full, yesterday, with Methodist
preachers, blooded horses and politicians,
that, in spite of the promising- crop of
tobacco in Icxqwohtii'b roserved district,
H was seriously designed to tear down
the palings end let tho young "progres
sive" expand. So great will be ho crowd
in the city . limits to-morrow that, in
spite of the prudent fears of the Empire, tho
fenced-up portion will have to be reclaimed,
Daylon was laid out by the same enterpris
ing pioneer surveyor, Ihraic Lcdlov, who
laid off the streets of Cincinnati; our regard
for Dayton is as for a relative. The whole
two rangos seventh and eighth between
Mad River and the Little Miitmi, had, for
its proprietors, in 1795 immediately after
the treaty of peace between General Wat.nb
and the Indians Governor ArthtrSt. Cuir,
General Jakes Wilkinson, Jonathan Dat
Tox .and Israel Lt'DLor. Dayton was laid
off oa a town on the 4th of November, 1 IK,
und named after one of its proprietors, from
Now Jersey, who had been in tho Conti
nental Congress from, that State. This
hustling'city is now a railroad center, and a
point of social influence. Some of the oldest
and most honorable families, of the "good
old days," still reside in this city. A portion
of the descendants of the founders of Cincin
nati have grown with Dayton's growth,
which has matured it from a rural suburb of
Cincinnati to a polished, independent city,
Success to. Dayton, in all her relations, to
her press and her people.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Three Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPA.
"3acxvill, September 8. The Europa ar
rived at Halifax last night at eleven o'clock.
The Nova Sootia line being closed, the horse
xpress left at midnight... Awaiting the open
ing of the office at Londonderry, and upon
oackville answtiing to bis signal, I forwarded
one hundred and twenty-nino words, in cipher,
prepaid, being the very first message of the
morning which went through to Saokville be
fore Ave minutes past nine o'olook, but the
dispatch was withheld by the NovaSootian
Company s Saokville operator till the arrival of
the expross at four o'olook this afternoon."
JOHN HUNTER,
Agent N. Y. Associated Press.
SACKVILLSJ. N. 11..SnlrmK.rS Tfc. n J
, - ' r - ... vuu.ru
mail steamship Europa, whioh left Liverpool
- .m v v.uuk uu me uurQiDgoi tsaiarojay, the
27th ultimo, arrived at Halifax last night at
eleven o'otnt.
Her advices are three days later than those
received previously. .
- The steamship Oca Quttn, from New York.
"J Southampton on the 23th ultimo,
" are aooeo iaverpool en the 27 th.
The Voited States sloop of-war Plymouth put
Into Cadis on the mb ultimo, la eight davs
-...otwuh!, uu ion mi loiiowiDt morn
log'.
The news from toe ream --
"ainly of rumors, which state that mm pro
JL ,..niu jr , u robbi, that S
'
- .. v. finnf...nrai AAnnlaljt
successful oonolusion would U arrived at early
In Beptembor. Baritalrel-iei to sooept
oven provinonally, thpWMW of th
Duob.ies, without consulting th powers, psr
tloulnrly Franco. . ,
Tha Italians still maintain a firm attitude in
elation to their X.Uonal Independence.
A telegrapnio aespaoo uawa
.i ....Vh.t the Frenob. and Austrian Pleni- i
potentiaries have regulated the settlement of ;
&e affairs of Lombardy, with the e.nsent oft
aheSardinirn rienipetentiaries, and the ar i
tlat mexrenoa anu " -
rangemenr, it is expected will be conflriuel by
the eovereigaa.
The afloirs of tho Duchies are to be treaded
directly between tho oourts of Paris and Vi
enna, i '
Austria, it is said, has modified hor original
instructions to her Plenipotentiaries.
The French and Sardinian representations
were in consultatian on tho 21th ult. On tho
nmo doy Count Collorodo had a slight attack
of opplopexy. Thereare constant arrivals and
departures uf oourses at Zurioh.
France. The Paris PusnVhaving uttered
strong Anti-Anstrian sentiments, has, in pur
suance of ofticial orders, informed its readers
that it docs not receive its inspiration from tbe
Government, but has expressed its own views
only.
The Paris correspondent of the London
Advertiier says that engineers have been sent
to survey tho wholo line of tho coast between
Cologne and Calais, to fix upon a spot for n
seaport, sufficient to contain a fleet of fifty
transports, aud the Minister of Marine hns
notified his subalterns that fifty transports,
each being able of containing 2,000 men,
must be ready off Dover, by tho commence
ment of this ensuing year. Tho writer also
says that a confirmation of this now order
has been telegraphed to the English Gov
ernment. He con ioctures that the alterca
tion with Belgium will mipply the pretext
for a rupture witn jngiana. iniB wnoie
story is regurdod as a canard.
The French camp at St. Maur has been
broken up.
The question ot iree iraao win reoeivo nuo
consideration at tho approaching council of
the departments.
.... . n v. . If '-.-J
The littorals oi r ranee are msappoimea
at the number of eminent men declining to
accept the amnesty. Thoir presence in
France, it is contendod, would be ndvnnta
geous to the cause of liberty.
The Paris Bourse has been firm, but closed
dull and drooping at 69f. 5c.
Itai.t. M. Fanni, the Diotator of Tuscany,
has issued a decree, suppressing tho customs
line between Perma and Modena from the 1st
of Seotomber. .
The King of Sardinia, In returning thanks
for a medal presented to him by a private so
oiety, said that his efforts were always concen
trated for the great national oauee, itiat he
lived for It and was ready to die for it, and
that though difficulties and misfortunes arise,
they must be surmounted.
The London 'limt strongly urges the Tus
cans to be prepared for tho result of. Austrian
aggression, even if they have to fight.
At the Council of Ministers at Turin, at
which the Kiog presided, it was decided that
before aocepting, even provisionally, tbe pro
vinces which desire to le annexed to Piedmont,
it was propsr to consult the allied powors, and
particular!' France.
Ohkat Britaw. Nothing of political im
portance has transpired.
Tbe Queen was about to visit Scotland. She
had determined on making the journey during
the night at a uniform rate of speed of forty
miles por hour.
Nothing has been done regarding the Aus
tralian mail contract via Panama.
The Board of Trade returns show an increase
of exports amounting to 291,000 for the month
of A ugust, and 9,82(3,000 for the seven months
over last year.
The Naval Editor of the London Timet
gives, on tho whole, a fuvorable report of the
inspection of tho Russian war frigato tho
General Admiral.
The potato blight In said to bo milking
considerable ravages iu certain pnrts of Ire-
laud. . .
Tlio protracted strike of llio shipwrights
on tho Tviio had terminated by their receiv
ing the increased wages demanded.
Energetic efforts were being ruado to ob
tain a commutation of tho sentence of Dr.
Smithurst.
A trotting race Ind come olT near Liver
pool, which was von by an English horse
named "Daw." The American horses "Jack
Kossiter," "Mountain Boy" and "Dread
naught" had obtained second, third aud
fourth places in a field of seven horses. Mr.
Ton Brocck's two-yenr old "Umpire" had
won two more races at Stockton.
. Austria. The .Austrian frigate .Vat-nm had
arrived at Trieste with the squadron. Vienna
letters express a prehensions of diltionlties
arising out of the Italian question, not to be
settled by the Zurioh Conference,
Pucssia Prussia is said to be in favor of a
European Congross.
Russia. Tbe Cabinet of St. Petersburg is
said to be divided in opinion on the Italian
question.. Tho German party opposed the in
dependence of Italy, while the Emperor and a
small minority manifest a more liberal senti
ment. It is denied that tho visit of Constan
tino to England has a political objeot.
Tcbkky. Tbe Sultan Is suffering from ill
ness. Mussanso Pacba is empowered to settle
the question of the Principalities. Prince Vv
gorides is dead.
China. The Hong-Kong mail-had reached
London. The news has been anticipated by
telegraph.
The Tea markot was tending downward.
Dealers are anxious to soil their old stock before
the arrival of the new. Tbe shipment of new
tea from Foo-Chow were taking plaoe very
early.
Advices from Canton say that a fleet of cue
hundred and ninety vessels will prooodo the
English, French and American Ambassadors
up the Poibo, in case of necessity to force a
passage to Pekin.
A general massacre of Christians had oc
curred in two towns inBorneo.
Tbe object of the defensive league between
Tuseany, Bologna aid Modeuals stated to pre
vent tho restoration of the fallen governments,
and to lay down a basis of assimilaiion in
their institutions. The National Assembly of
Modena was prorogued on the 22d inst., having
previously unanimously voted a decree con
firming tbe Dictatorship of Farini, and giving
biin full power to oootraotaloan of 5,000,0(10,
and providing for the erection of a monument
to eommemoraco the vote, deereing the for
feiture of Francis V., and tho annexation to
Piedmont, and charging tho Diotator to nego
tiate with tho foreign powers for the restitu
tion of the political prisoners that Frunois car
ried sway with him.
The Baltimore Town Meeting.
Baltimore, September 8. The town meet
ing, oalled by the two thousand merchants,
business and professional men of Baltimore,
assembled this afternoon atfouro'elock, in Mon
ument Square, to deliberate upon'and devise
for rescuing the city from its present condition
and restoring the supremacy of law and order,
The vast square was densely packed and all
tbe avenues leading thereto, thronged by
masses of tho most orderly, respectable and
influential of our citizens. The inectirg wns
organised on motion of Charles D. II inks, by
calling to the Chair, Wm. Woodward, of the
well knoTD house of Woodward le Co.
Tbe preamble and resolutions submitted, aet
forth In clear and emphatic language, the social
and political evils so long endured by tha citi
zens of Baltimore) oondemns the oiistenco of
olub rulo, and proposes vigorous and effective)
measures to insure a fair expression of the sen
timents of tbe public at tho ensuing election,
by protecting tbe purity of the ballot-box, and
placing In nomination honest, able and fearless
moo in opposition to the nominees of tho polit
ical clubs.
The resolutions slso provide for the appoint
ment of a committee, to call on the Mayor, and
niemaad tho appointment of reliable men as
ddgea of the next election, and tbe appoint
juent of a special police force to keep tho polls
clear, so as to allcv the exercise vf tbe elective
franchise.
'ri.tr-.7.'iTr.rlinLieail.T disavow all
party ties, and empower a poial eomuiittce to .
nominate, lrrpectir? ;rf party, the laost re-
..ntaWa nd reliable men for tn ouio.ra
shortly to ba elected. , : , . T '
Th. resolutions oro .vloptcd unanirneusty.
The meeting was addresnd by wiHiiiM
George Brow.., a distinguishei, leader of tb
bar; James Hodge, merchant, of )
Uodge 4: lireueri, w i
speeob.es were reoeiveu. wim -rr - y
Durine their progress several effort! to Inter-
,"h.m '.. ma(i0 by members ot ine fr
, but thoy were promptly P-
Jj " Af,er tle ieeli)8 adjourned, a body
f row(ije, MDg themiefvej WRuIatora, ice..
rushed pon the platform, and one attempted
I.t .... th. rnwit at 111 Toinaminor. Tbe
police, however, lntonereu, im
rested the ringleaders,-and carried some fifteen
f thom to tbf look-up, amid the loud 1 plaudit.
. . ,. ...,i .I, wavina of handker-
. . - n ,1 ,V .11 tl ,
chl ,VZ ladie crowding tbe windows of
chiefs b . , re-sdencos in tbe vi-
ine noiui r
tinl- . . .-a r.whivo on this oocaslon
inns jaw .. . j e!pre8,ion given to
been ful y v.ndi. "j to the rowdy
the most detorm.ue 1 "M fcM llmdv 0rJ
U1 UU ...c, , j tur0U,eBt Qi,
awed tbe majority of tb "v ,
turbcrs of tbe peace.
The Firemen's State Parade.
. n, . 'oompa'
ZAKUBVIlLE.eopt. B. iweniy-ono m jng
nies were represented at tho parado to-day.
number oi nrenien presom waa c,gumuuui.
The display was very line, and everything
passed oil admirably. Tho crowd in the eity
is entiiuated at 20,000.
The Deluge Fire Company, of Dayton, first
nlass engine, took the first prize, throwing 207
feot.
Tho Phrenix Company, of Cleveland, seoond;
elnss engine, took tho third prize, throwing
212 reet i inches.
Tbe NeptunoCompsny.'of Cedarvllle, third
cla!s ergino, took the third prize, throwing 240
feet.
Tho Amerionn Hook and Laddor Company,
of Columbua, took a prize, by running a quar
ter of a mllo with a man on the top of a thirty
foot Indder, in one minute and thirty-two
seconds.
Tho Hope Hose Company, of Zanesvillo,
took the hose prize, running a quarter' of a
mile, laying out three hundred feet of hose and
throwing water through the pipe In one minute
and fifty five soconds. '
The test feeling prevailed throughout.
Dr. Gaily, oditor of tho Zanesville Aurora,
delivered an elegant address. Most of the
compnnios left this evening. . '
From Washington.
WAsninGTox,. September 8. Tho Postmas
ter General hns received additional assurance
from the parlies under the Johnson Pacific
mail contract, that they will be prepared to
exfeute the service. The United States ves
sels will render any protection which may
bo necessary, iu connection with the Nicara
gua route.
About 1,100 muskets and rifles havebeon
sold at public suction by order of the Gov
ernment. The former brought from one dol
lar lt two dollui's and a half, and tho latter
from one dollar to four dollars. Tho larger
part of them wero purchased by a citizen of
i'cw Vork, together with fifteen heavy can
non. , . .
Ledie, tho actor in the recent swindle upon
tho Philadelphia ladies, started for Phila
delphia this afternoon, in custody of a police
officer of this city. -,
From Pike's Peak.
Sr. Lons, September 8. A special dis
patch to the Itulletin says thul the Denver
City Express reached Leavenworth this
morning. . At a lurgo meeting tit Denver City
a committee was appointed to prepare a me
morial to Congress, embracing a detailed de
scription of the gold diggings aud the wants
of the inhabitants, and praying for an Indian
Agency, a military post, and a wagon road
from Denver City to Bait Lake City.
From Columbus.
Colvuudm, September 8. The Annual Con
vention of the Delta-Kappa Kpsiion fratornity,
is now in sojsion here, and is largely attended,
delegates being present from nearly all the
Chapters, represouiing most uf the States In
tbe I'nion. This evening an oration is to be
delivered before tbe Convention by Dr. 31.
Bledsoo, of the 1'oivorsity of Virginia', and a
poem by Cleorge Pratt, of Yale College.'
To-tuorrow evening the festival will be held
at Anibos Hall. .
Vermont Election.
SIuxTNiMiB, Vu., September 8. The vole
for Governor in seventy-ono towns stands,
for Hull, 12,814; for Saxo, ,r,123. Tho same
towns lat year gave Hull. 11,105, and Keyes
5,148. Kail gains, therefore, over lust year's
vote in theso towna 1,040. The returns from
otio hundred and sixty-five towns, givo the
Republicans 144 representatives, and tho
Democrats 17. Iu four districts, there is no
choice.
River News.
loi'iMVirxE, Soptembor 8 P. M. Biver
falling rapidly, with two feet nino inches in
tliocaiiiil. . y
Sr. Louis, September 8 P. II. The river
has fallen two inches and a half in the last
twenty-four hours, and continues to recede.
Nothing new from any of the upper streams.
Weather cloudy and warm.
New Jersey Politics.
Tbenton, N. J., Soptomber 8 Tho Repub
lican and American Conventions at Trenton,
N. J., yesterday united upon the nomination of
Ch&iloa S. Olden, of Princeton, for Governor.
Air. Olden is nn Old-line Whig, and a strong
candidate.
About the Treaty with Mexico.
Xeiv Oblbasn, Heptcmber 8. The r!caiuno
l.mrns from authentic information thnt Min
ister ilcLauo made no treaty with Mexico,
on bccouuI of the American citizen protec
tion clnuscH. '
Steamboat Sunk.
St. Lofis, September 8. Tbe steamer St.
Mnry sunk yosterday in tbe Missouri Kiver,
above St, .Joseph. Tbo boat and cargo a
olal Iocs. Tho boat was valued el $20,000;
Insured lor $1.1,000.
The Turf.
Piin.AhKi.i'iiiA, September H. At the race
this afternoon, on the now Suffulk Tnrk, bo
tweeu "Flora Temple" and "Prioress,"
"Flora," won three straight heels. Time
2:41 ' J. and 2:n.X .
MARRIED
On theMl, iiit liy Fv. V.8.K..nnoily, Mr. David
BlA'.N to alii" i A . Coir, nil of tliia illy.
DIED,
On M. tiHiiv rwiiiiir. Anxnat ?. of Pneumonia,
on lioard ilie atpttiiit-r Aliji-u. Ilirf v day liuf'To hvr
animl in New Vork, I'iiiruic, vileur Win. Kixnti,
of thin illy,
KxfMUI'lnrjr and Mm-rd in all llifl i-elnt j'.nn of life,
she hH none b" rmiud, fur ,"lliescd are the
dd win, die In It"' t.ord.'" t
On Tncxdiiy evpitii.ir, Scptpmh.r (',. Mr. Mart
Bfrn a nit. widow ,r tin lat r'tr lk-num), in tbe
T7lli )':ruf hemifi'.
Ou M'nlnesduy. H, niiuiilirr 7, uf icir'et fiM"r,
Gnminu!, yiMiiiKi'st cfill'l f Tlii.nm V. nnrt Kninie
Cic-rlvmlL- Hnrnt.usMil ?y-Hintiit Anionth..
lu Hip City "f New Vork, on lite ..ill lull,, JIahia,
j widow of .fuhn Van Vaiknitburnh, loruicrly of tills
I city, in llieTnlh year of berino.
I Kiim rul nt the n-iiilcu f her son, on Krldiir, tlm
Oth tn.t., ill 1 1. Jl .
Dixon's
Carminative,
X 8A7K, EAST AND BPFKCTfAI, CURS, FOR 1
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Ac.
eMTTwouty-flvo cents per bottie.TKI .
OEO. M DIXON, Dmsglst,
u?0-rm
t'nriwr of fifth nd Hnln-(r.t.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
B iUJMI N KSMENS PkXyEH
EFC MKE'riN08relildevnrrnioniln;ln the
bHupintint uf the KlrMt Churab, All are inriiod.' jyl
i.rcoxARn svyartz ' wiil
horic&ndlrlttta for ('tiuiiivCimmiisinfii
Juiuilton L'ctiLklx at the eniiiinit Oclol-or uUtin
1 flkIS-
:
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UllPUf A V
II. Hi. i. JUAI11IH 1 Ivli
J.ANE & BOD LEY'S
PORTABLE
Circiilar Saw Mill!
LOJS-TtRXlXG APPARATUS,
It DAILY OFiaATIOS IS
Machine rye Tpartment.
REMOVAL.
THE OFFICE OF
IVm. Sumner & Co,
-AGENTS FOB ,
WHEELER & WILSON'S
SEWING MACHINES,
-IS REMOVED TO-
ike's Opera-house Building,
i WEST
FOU RT H-STREET.
fsi'p'.iown
NiTW STYLE.
T1IE SliMMAY!
JUST ISSUED.
J. C. TOWE3S & CO.,
FASH I'O NAB LB WATTER8
No. 149 Main-street,
CKB DOOft BSLOW FOURTH.
WHOLESALE
139 WALNUT-STKEET,
West Side, bet. Third and Foe."!11'
WE ARE NOW IN RECEIPT OF
our TALL and WINTER STOCK of
HATS, CAPS,
Furs and Trimmings,
And imlto a thorough examination.
W.CWMtcIicr&Co.
nepyaw
REM OVAL.
THE FIRM OF
SPRAGXTE & CO.
V WILL OPEN IS THEIR,
No -w Store
South-east Cor. Fourth and Vino,
THURSDAY, 8TH INST.,
WITH : THE LARGEST A WD
ritUTTIEST stock of floods for MKS'S
WAIl overofTiTcaiaOlutiunatl.
THE BTO'JK OT
P I E O E G O O D S,
To wake np to Measure, will bt lares anil Tarled.
Wo bavsa
New' Corps of Otitters,
From Kew York and FbiladelphU, who profess to
understand the art of Cutting Btyllsh (Urmeuts to
order. .
" Tor punt favors we return many thanks, aud
hopo to mrlt future patronage. Truly,
SPRACUE & CO.
C. S. MALI 'BY
. UEALES IN
OITSTERS.
FRESH CAN
OYSTERS.
- COVE
OYSTERS.
Spiced Oysters.
Pit K LEU O VKTEUS
THE SUBSCRIBER 13 NOW RECKIV.
INI) DA.ILV, br I h Adnms Expross, MALT
BV'8 world-roUQWiwd Ilaltimoro
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysteri.
. ALSO
Frmh, HormBtlrAllT scaled COVK, SPIOED and
PICKLED OYSTERS.
, ROBERT ORB, Agent.
sep:-tf Depot, U West Fifth-street.
HAT&CAPWAREHOUSE
DIED, EXCURSION OF TICKETS.
Chicago $12, and Return,
—BY THE—
NEW AND DIRECT ROUTE,
Cincinnati, Lima and Chicago
RAILROAD
rilHIS COMPANY WILL SELL TICKETS
M. to tin, V. H. Agricultnml Fair, to be held at
ChlcHgo, Seplomber 12, IS, It, IS, If,, 17 and 18.
Tlcki'ls to he had on and after the 7th Inat., at the
Tlrkct Offices of tbla Company, at the new olilo-,
wo-t tide of Vine Htrcnt, hctwwn the Postoflce and
Uurnet House, at tun Walnut-atrixit Uouse, or at the
Si.xth-etreot Depot.
mpD-aw . D. MoLAIlEK, t)up't.
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FIHG UNRIVALED SMOKE-CONSTJM-JL
. 1NO COAL COOKIXQ STOVE, ITHB
ALLIGATOR,
8IX SIZES.
Ndw Mug exhibited. The largest Msortrnent of
any oauulislimeut lu me Wostorn country .
For salt, by the I u Ventura aud Manufacturers,
ADAMS & PEOKOVER,
KOVJ5LTY IBON I'Ol'NDBRY,
SH'pVfff " 3M Foiuth -street, near Hmlth
THE AMERICAN
Railway Guide,
FOR SEPTEMBER,
JTJBT pECKIYED. PRIOl 33 CliNTB.
For sale br , E. MEND ENII ALL,
sapi ' At hla nw store, No, 10 West Fifth -street.
JOHN H. DETERS.
r A 8 II I O N A B L I
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. 5'J West FanrtU-asu-Ket, -,
WISHES TO CALL TUB IS6PE0IAL
ttentiun of gentlemen to bis large Block of
fall work, which i new open for Inspection, Just
receded aome sew style Xnglitn Ovcr-galtera, Call
and see them. iep3
NEW ADVEH.TISEMENTS.
PALL TRADE.'
HARDWARE!
Howell ftauo k Co.,
138 WALXUT-ST.,
IMPORT HZZlrLJEl
AM
WHOLESALE DEALER3
-IN-
AND
WB CATi'OFrEH INDUCEMENTS TO WESTERN
MKBCnANTU TO
Buy theirGoods in this Market
Ve have just opened large assortmont of
George Wostennolms & Son's
X. X..-
POCKET CUTLERY, RAZORS, &c,
Comprlslna all the Latest Pattern.
We also baTA a sat uf patterns TVOSTKNIIOLMS'
Esiveft, from which ve take order) br Importation.
SHEFFIELD.
Spear & Jackson's Files;
Spear & Jackson's Chisels;
Spear & Jackson's Saws.
FOR SALE BY
JL G A N O & C O.;
IMPORTERS,
138 'WALNUT-STREET.
Oliver Ames & Son's
SHOVELS♠
Hall, Brown & Cos
LAMPS0N, GOODMAN & CO.'S
CUTLERY;
FOB SALE BYJ
II. GAAO & CO.,
138 Walnut-street.
M.Greenwood&Co's,
W00DR0U6H & McPARLlN'S,
JAS.L. HAVEN & CO.'S,
-ABD OTHEB-
Cincinnati Manufactures,
FOR SALE AT THEIR PRICES.
Howell dauo & o.,
HARDWARE.
138 Walnuts.
WESTERN
change its location
; ; ' -to-
NIXON'S NEW BUHDINO,
OPPOSITE THE TOSTOFFICE, :
" ox- . '.. ' ''''''
Monday, tho 12th, inst.
BPECLHENS OF,
feuniauship of the Institution,
Ukr BE 8KCX At THI , ,
mechanics; fair.
TIoney! ifloney! Money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Removed from 56 West Sixth-street. . ,
MONET LOANEd"oN WATCHES, JEW
KLBY anil all kinds ot Morcbandiie. at low
ratoi of Intornst, at No. 173 Vlne-stn-ot, bolwoen
Fourth and Flltli.
A, C. STULB,
ATLANTIC CABLE KEdTAUKANT AND
WINK AM LAUEU BKKK SALOON, Uo.
718 Western-row, Cincinnati, Ohio.
tW My bar It nt all times supplied with choir
Minors and Cigars, lepSam
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
BEOTHEKTON & CO.,
sasaaaam mi m mm '
"Pt nnlolia I T, ' "IT1 f. on ( O
CISfriNWATI.' ' :'
flHB rNDEBStraED, OP 'THE LATH
JL House of
GILMORE & BROTHER TON, . -
Has commenced kusluett tiudcr theabore firm nana
At Nod. 7 ami Thlrd-ntreet, (Trust Com-
nitnv II MSIarlkMp 1 ..
,prm J. II. MKOTHBRTOff.
K,ELLIb, ja. ; J. W. VISTOJf.
R. ELLIS, Jr., & CO.,
(SUCCESSOltS TO WOOD, LHA 4 CO.,)
DB Jk. 23L ,E3 in. S ,
NO. 1 tVE3T.TIHRD-9T.
74
WEST FOU RTH-ST.,
DELAND, : ;v J.
CUYLEITS
MAtlHIPIOENT STOCK' OP t '..
RICH DRESS SILKS
IS ATTEA0TIM THE ' '
Gtjneral Attention of Customers,
IS
SILKS, SILKS. SILKS
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PLAIU, PI0U JIED k BAYADERE piYLES.
FA IX ; BRKSS STUFFS.
VALEVltA DE PARIf , ' v.vi.': '.'M..I
TOIL DE VALENTIA, .
KLEOAKT STYLES PBINIED MEEIN08,
EM B KOI DEB IE S
AND'
XjA-OJES goods.
TRENCH WEOUCnT SKT8, '
CAFES, BERTHAS AND COlFiXKES,
I'OINT BRUSSELS BKTS, 1 . .
, . INFANTS' WAISTS,
. SilETLAD WOOL TAILS, to.
SHAAVLS AND SCAIIFS,
BEOCnU, BTBLLA.'OUAPE AND PLAID WOOIi
. BHAWLH, Ac.
Linens! LinensI
FOR HOUSEKEEPERS. '
i Great InJuoemonts offered In
LINEN SHEETINGS, .
' TABLE CLOTHS AND DAirABES,
X0WEL1NGS AND NAPKINS,
DRAPERY, DOMESTIC'S,
QUILTS, Ac, Ao.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
"West iFourth-St.
ticpfl-cendj
CRATES AND STOVES.
Any Hlyleof 43rnte cnnbstSct or Reset wills
this Improvement. (
AS THE MERITS OP THIS VAL
ITAIII.E Improvement haro beon folly estab
lished lu this city and vicinity byorer riVB TUOU
SAMD who bavo uaod it the past two winters, w
preeurae it la only nvcesaary to remind all who de
lro ioonoit and ooiiroirt that season to prepare
for winter ham nrrltpil. nnff liinft It wnittri h. mil In
Imve their Orates reset lfore the Fai.i, Hoiisa-rLSAH.
lri coinmenroa; tuo soonr It la (nine tue Uetwr. -
Onr workmen leave no dirt; tbore leno necessity f
removing enrpcta or fnrnltiire.
"Any communication llirotidli tnnil will rerelv.
pr .mrt atlc-ulion, and deacriptire Circulars will be
scut KratUir desired. '
' SMro.l(.rMiunv be left nt No. 29 Weat Fifth
atrcet, where thol'fituiitHtoremarbeiieen.
J. it. UVANAU)., Proprietor..
Or J. BLAHELY. Oonoml Agont. ep7Q
- int. xi-iDiDiis:,
MERCHANT TAILOR, 2 WAL-Nl'T-BTRKKT,
aliove Sixth, la racelTlng .
freh iwook or Clotba, - OissiroareiL VentlnK und
Gcuts' Fni nlehliiK Oooda. Ho hn flnaaRed the serv
ice of Mr. CIIAIILKS PA8 IA, of Hromlwny, Now
York,:wlioe reputation n. an arllitlp Cutter ia a
guarantee of e enuut and well-llttlng garments. All
work warranted to tlve aatlsiactlnu. aep7am
OYSTERS! PEESH OYSTERS
393 AVulunt-etrcot,
CINCINNATI.
I HAVE COMMENCED FOB THE SEA
SON the salo of J. tt. MANNA OO. 'S, superior
raw frah oyalers. J. T()DI),
Wholesale and retail Astent for J. 11. Main A Co.
- Oysters cooked in a superior abs1. at our usual mod.
rats charges, au36-tf
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