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John A. Ellsleb, Jb .Solo Lessee arid Manager.
Blxth night of ( ,
The Star Slsteri Helen and luoille.
TBI (Saturday! EVENING, September 10, will be
promoted the celebrated moral drama, called
;.' ,; .JACK 8HBPPARD. ;
Jack Sheppard .,. Mlsa Lucille.
Jonathan Wild Mr. I.aiigdon.
Sir Rowland Trenctiard.. Mf. Mr ilium,
Thomas Barrel!,.... .........lTr. Rmd.
Joe Blueskin Mr. Kllslnr.
Winnlfred . Minn A mile Walto.
Overture... iVIoziirt Society.
lo conclude with tho successful Anieri :un comedy,
. OUR tBMAtB AMEBICAN CftmSIN. s .. :
flora Daxlett .. ......... ...MIs Helen.
Nathan Bennett ,.. ..Blr. Klister.
Sir James Hatlete....... , ............Mr. Hnun.
Howard Mr. Langdon.
Lady Harden. Mrs. Gilbert.
Clara ..,.....,.... -....Mist A. Walte.
WT A young lady of a neighboring city will shortly
make her first appearance on any stage.
sr Doors open at 7; Curtain rises at 734 o'clock. "
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Car,'ialn JIENTER'S full Band will perform day
tP.il svonlng. , , ! :
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Minstrels' In the rear of the Garden.
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Fair for the benefits of St, - Joseph's
Church, corner Twelfth and Greonnp-streete, at
ODD FELLOWS' HALL. Covington, ..commenc
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Sep3-J , THE FAIR OuMMlTTEE.
PALACE GABDEN & VARIETIES.
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rrt'prlotor and Manager. ............11. E. Mobsis.
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l i MENTER'S FTJIL'BAND. '
C011 10 SONGS,
Burlesnues, Pantomimes and Farces, by a company
of thirty purfurmers and musicians, selected from the
heat companies in the United Status.
I'M AdmlHslon Only Ten Cents. . ,
LARGEST MULE LIVING.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL, EXHIBIT
at all the County Fairs in Ohio and Indians,
'the largest Mule known in the world,
19S Hnnda BUh-WcUlm 1,800 Pounds,
Five Years Old.
Was raised by Dr; H'Cann. of Fayotte County. Ky,
Will be exhibited by GEO. W. FBOST.
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THE OYSTER TRADE.
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(ffi) Spiced Oysters.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
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BY'S world-renowned Baltimore :. . i
Fresh Can, Keg and Shell Oysters.
Aiao 1 ;
Treih, Hernietically.soaled COVE, SPICED and
R0BEBT 0HK, Agent. .
iop7-tf Depot, 11 West Fifth-street.
OYSTERS! .FRESH OYSTERS
I HAVE COMMENCED FOR THE SEA
SON the Bale of J. R. MANN 4 CO. '8, superior
, taw freih oysters. - . J. '1UUU,
. - Wholesale and retail Agent for J. B. Mans a Co,
Oysters cooked in a superior style at our usual mod'
rate okarges. au2i-tf
Cincinnati Academy of Design;
; (EstabttBhci by the lato Prof. Bobert Counor,)
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NEB SEVENTH AND MOUNP-8TBEETS.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT RB-OPENS ON
BIONDAY,8cptemtr0th, list), with its usual
; 'tVllltlM r.ir-irlvlna iustruotiun In OU PaintiuiA
, Crayoa, PenciiDrawllig, rto., &o. 1 Of lato years the
taste for these branches has rapidly increased
' , thronghont the West, and they are no looked npou
aa nocessary accoiuplishaieutS) and useful in every
... ..wais ot iuc . .
.nr Ttaa Uirni statadlne of this Acadomv. and its nn
rivaled success, glvo evidence that, in every respect,
li is wnai u proiesies to m, m ; .
pti-a, , M. W. BICHABDSON, Principal.
., 3RANDY AND GIN COCKTAIIi.-John
! 1 I JL Bates would call the attention of saleon and
.V 'i noiei' propneiors, so'iiis superior -orauuy mm mn
J.. ii Coolatail, They are made from the beat brandy and
gin, and are exquisitely flavored. Tuoyare superior
. a. V to anything of tho kind that hns been made. For
' . sale, idii reinii, nu,ivuw uuoi.i
ing, Sycamore-atreet. ' "V" au22
; iH, KINGSBURY,
Professor of the Guitar and Flute.
till " T.a.lfaat nnrl hnnilomAn wluSitniv in.
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t wntiou. uy leaTiog ineir aa ureas i
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! Gas Fixtures,
At reduced prices.
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v Tarioty and best selected asaortment lof Gas
Tixturea In Ulncmnati, consiBiingoi an uiasia new
or desirable in the Gas Fixture line.
We warrant every Fixture we sell to De eqnai. notn
In material and finish, to any that in sold In this o
any other market, and in addition will gnarantr
there to retain thsir color and remain perfect to'Ait
years from the time they are pnt up uy us. i ;
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News and Gossip.
25BMr. John Maco. vho raflideii near
Hacker's Lick, in tho county of Braxton, had
his thigh broke on the 19th of July by a
heavy log -passing over it,' nenr Rrown's
Mountain, lla was fifteen miles from home.
and laid at the house of a friend until the
2d ult., when, foelinc anxious to return home,
the neighbors, numbering over thirty per
sons, assembkd, constmete d a litter and con
veyed him on their ahoui'dcrs to his own
house, a dis tance of fifteen miles. Let no
one say, hereafter,, that' there is a lack of
Christian c'narity in the mountains of Western
Virginia, or a want of Christian philan
thropy. TVealern Herald.
te$T There has been completed on the Bou
levard Mazas, at Paris, a block covering abont
one thousand feet by one hundred, which is
divided into threehundred and eleven tenements
thirty-sir ' stops and eleven porters' lodges,
aside from the fifth story, which is out up into
single rooms to be let singly. The whole build
ing is supplied with water and gas. The tene
ments consist of a small reception-room, dining-room,
kitchen and one or two bed-rooms'.
Great oare has been taken to seoure good ven
tilation. The whole blook will accommodate
a population of one thousand two hundred to
one thousand three hundrod. It is one of
Louis Napoleon's modal, tenement establish-
ments. .:. .. .
ICSF" Miss Stvles.aacd eleven years, daughter
of an engineer, residing in ' Algiers, Louisi
ana, opposite Now Orleans, was crossing the
river on a ferry-boat on Sunday evening, the
28th ult, with, a little brother, when the child
fell overboard, and Miss Styles, although un
able to swim, jumped after him. The poor
child sank Immediately, but Miss Styles was
resoued. When she was picked np she ex
claimed, ".Never mind me, but for God s sake
save my little brother." '
ffiSThe project for the establishment of a
Presbyterian colony in the West, recently
started in llollidaysburg, Penn., has met
with great favor. Ninety-one men, most of
them having families, having signified a de
sire to embark in the enterprise, and have
offered to invest some $58,000 in it. Their
vocations are varied and suitable, comprising
farmers, carpenters, cabinet-makers, tanners,
printers, teachers, preachers, stone masons,
merchants, attorney a, clerks, fcc.
'' "drWe see it stated that a liauid which
wffl color tho human hair black, and not
stain the skin, may be made by taking one
part of bay rum, three parts of olive oil and
one part ot good branny, Dy measure. The
hair muBt be washed by this mixture every
morning, and in a short time the use of it
will make the hair a beautiful black, without
injuring it in the least. The articles must
be of the best quality, mixed in a bottle, and
always shaken well before being applied.
ESRev. W. A..Bartlott, of theTaberna
cle, in New York, after a brief sojourn in the
Franconia region of the. White Mountains,
assumed his pulpit, when he discoursed from
the text "Bring ye now of the lis,h which ye
have caught," which was quite appropriate,
inasmuch as the last Sabbath previous to his
departure, it is said, he preached upon the
words "I go a fishing." - , ., i ..
3T"It is rumored in Pari) that the State
is about to bring an action against a private
individual for the restitution of Cardinal
Richelieu's head, vhich was cut off when
the mob broke into tho chapel of the Sor
bonne, at the time of the great revolution,
and has hitherto been kept as an heirloom
in the family of a deputy, into whose hands
it fell. -
p8 A number of gentlemen in Now York
city have combined to get up a testimonial for
Marshal MeMahonj Duke of Magenta. They
have decided to send bim a horse with suitable
housings, and - have subscribed about two
thousand dollars toward that object.
-j S-Upon the application of creditors of
the Steubenville and Indiana Railroad Com
pany, the Circuit Court, in sossion at Cadiz,
Harrison County, Ohio, on the 2d inst., ap
pointed tho Hon. Thomas L. Jewett Itecoiver.
Judge Jewett accepted the appointment,
gave the necessary bonds, and entered upon
his duties as Receiver of the road on Sauu
day. . i ,.j:,':
The Mesrs. Hoe of New York oity
have manufactured and shipped one of their
six-cylinder presses for the Sidney Herald, of
Australia. They sent with the press one of
their best workmen to put it. up for the owners.
J0S" P. T. Barnuin has made a beautiful ar
tificial lake in Eb Bridgeport, Connecticut, a
mile long and one-eighth of a mile in width,
upon the banks of which he intends to build a
new Iranistan. ;.; ... ;. J j ' ? ; - : .;, ,'.
aKing Victor Emanuel has appointed
M&zzoni, 'the distinguished . Italian poet,
President of the Milan Institute, with an
annual pension of l2,000H. .
' ' "Georg:e WV Thrift, formerly a promi
nent merchant at Natchez, Hiss., died , in
Mobile last week.' ' 1 "" ' jlu
pSF Kansas, with her present boundaries,'
will make a State more than twice as large as
:0hio. -V' '-' 1 '
! WaiTKiiiKa of tbb IIair. Mr.'D. Parray,
stafT-Butcroon at Aldershott, cives a very inter
esting aocount of a ease of sudden whitening of
the bair. Un the 1 Vth ol e bruary, ltutt, at tor an
engagement with the rebel force in the south
of Oude, a eaptured Sepoy in the Bengal army
was brought before the authorities for exami
nation. . Apparently aware from the first of
the danger of his position, ne trembled vio
lently, intense horror and despair were depicted
on bis oonntcnanoe, and he seemed almost stu
pefied by fear.. .While under observation,
within the soace of half an hour, his hair,
from the glossy jet black of the Bengaloe, be
came erav on every portion of his head. The
statement is given in tho Medical Timeu over
the signature of Mr. i'nrray.
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An Oregon paper annonncei thus: 1 On
the 7th of July last a sob, was born to B. and
Luolnda White, of Polk County, Oregon, and
on pie 10th three days later a daughter was
bora to the lame parties the last dead. " The
son is alive, and, with the' mother, is doing as
well as could be cxpeotsd.
Illinois State Fair.
(Special Correspondence of the Penny Press.)
FREEPORT, ILL., Sept. 6, 1859.
Editors Penny Press: Yesterday (Mon
day) was the first day of the Illinois State Fair.
As usual, it was principally devoted to the dee
oration of the various halls, and the opening
of boxes oontaining artiolos intended for exhi
bition. Of course the people are hot in attend
ance in great numbers as yet, as Wednesday,
Thursday and horse-day, which is Friday, will
prove the most attractive. Forty-seven acres
are inclosed, and the interior buildings are
handsomely arranged . for the accommodation
of offioern, orators and exhibitors. The
grounds lie one mile south-west of the city of
Freeport, which is a thriving place of seven
thousand people, and the county-town of the
county of Stephenson. ,
- Thus far, the indioations are not very favor
able for the success of the State Fair. The
United States Fair, held at Chicago next week,
will do much to detract from the .interest in
the State Fair, as many persons ' can make
double errands to the great oity. Then the
central and southern portions of the State pay
tribute to St. Louis ; and that Fair, which,
opens on the 26th, has succeeded in drawing a
large share of retention to it from the people of
As yet there is little show of machinery no
show of flowers or fruit nothing in Art Hall,
and about the same In the Natural History de
partment; a tolerable prospect for horses, cat
tle, sheep and swine, while Power Hall bids
fair to elicit an unusual degree of interest. ,
Fawkes's steam plow is here, much improved
over last year. It is much admired, and its
exhibition to-morrow and next day is looked
forward to as the event of the Fair. These
wide prairies are deeply concerned in it
Buooess. i . ,'
There are many leading agriculturists, hor
ticulturists and mechanicians on the ground
awaiting the exhibition. From Cincinnati I
notico Dr. J. A. Warden, Mr. J. A. Hedges,
and Mr. E. B. Reed, of the Times. From Co
lumbus I see Colonel S. D. Harris, of the Cul
tivator. All the editors of the State of Illinois
seem to be on hand, ready to do their part in
Last night came a heavy frost, tho effects of
which are difforently estimated. Taken with
tho one of Friday night, it is supposed that the
re3iilt will be damaging. '
, The weather is fine, clear and bracing.
J. R. S. B.
FREEPORT, ILL., September 7—P. M.
Since my last letter to the Penny .Press the
entrees have all been made, and some estimate
may be had of the charaoter of the exhibition
as to its extent and variety. The entrees are
not so numerous as last year, and in many re
spects the interest is not at all sustained. Cat
tle are remarkably good for Northern Illinois,
which is not, to any great extent, a cattle
growing region. Mr. Chamberlain, of Clark
County, Ohio, is here with his famous bull
Knickerbocker, a splendid animal, which is
much admired by the suckers. Captain Brown,
of Sangamon County, is herewith his imported
stook, whioh is as good as any East or West.
Mr. MoConnell, of Sangamon, is also here with
samplos of his fine sheep, for which he stands
oonfessed the first in the State. The horses
are not to be compared in number, style or
blood with the exhibition of last year. ' Art
Hall, as I stated in my;first letter, amounts to
little; Natural History to less; texture fabrics
the same) farm products ditto; Power Hall a lit
tle better; but the Floral Hall is making amuoh
better display than was anticipated. Adams
County, in whioh Quincy is Bituated, has
sent a splendid variety of apples, whioh
goes to prove that that county is espeoially
adapted to that business. K. K. Jones,
Esq., of "The Pines," In that neighborhood,
an earnest and intelligent fruitist, is doing
much to cultivate and develop that interest
in his portion of the State, and reports
well of his success. The fruit eulture in
Northern Illinois has bad great obstacles to
overcome, in the heavy winds whioh prevail
in this region, as well as the deep rioh soil,
whioh tends to develop the wood at the ex
pense of the fruit.. There are many experi
enced persons who doubt if it will suooeed, but
with the increase of groves of trees, fences,
buildings, Sen., it is reasonable to suppose that
the shelter they will offor will do muoh to give
them beautiful growth. 1 . :,
There are no Cineinnatisns on the ground
but Doctor Warden, who, as usual, wears a
flower In his button-hole, and carries an apple
, The heavy frost of Friday night, whioh has
been followed up nightly ever since, has done
serious damage to the backward corn. Some
is clearly "gone np" beyond the shadow of
hope. - Some fields have been passed over
entirely from some unaooountable feat of Mr.
Frost. - -
Fawkes's steam-plow continues to draw not
only the shares, but the crowds and the sym
pathies of the people. There is one trouble
about the Fawkes's for whioh I hear no remedy
suggested. It la that it requires an experi
enced engineer to run it. On the large farms,
like Sullivan's, In Champaign County, which
contains thirty thousand acres, doubtless
Jf awkes will succeed, but it is to be doubted if
it will ever prove an economical implement frr
the moderate olass of farmers. c . ,.
No premiums have yet been awarded.
J. R. S. B.
Stasvkd to Death Shockino Cruhlty.
The most horrible case of cruelty we have been
oalled upon to record for some time, ooourred
yesterday. It was the death of a woman from
sheer want and negleot. She, Mrs. Mary
Hodgkins, wife of Hiram B, Uodgkins, a man
well-known in this community. Us was for
merly, baggage-man for the Central Railroad,
and subsequently kept a livery stable on
Thamos-etreet, A short time sinoe he suddenly
left the oity, leaving his wife and children in
destitute circumstances. Yesterday her suf
ferings were ended by death from actual star
vation. For some timo previous to hit going
away, Ilodgkins had the reputation of keeping
a profligate woman, on whom he bestowed all
bis attentions, "White his family suffered. He
is now living in Detroit, Michigan, or Chicago,
Illinois, i His name should be given, and his
charaster published throughout the length and
breadth of the land. ' The unfortunate woman
Bad News for Chilly PkOPLi.-f Aocording
to the views of a distinguished astronomer
tho earth is gradually increasing.its distance
from the sun, nnd in the course of six thou
sand years the distance will be so great that
only an eighth of the warmth we now enjoy
will be communicated to the earth from the
sun; the earth, therefore, will be covered
with eternal ice and snow, as we now see the
plains of the North, where the elephant for
merly lived, and where there is neither
spring nor autumn." In this case we recom
mend rheumatic and gouty people to lay in
a stock of flannels ana see to their drawers.
Six thousand years will pass away very soon,
and thero is no tolling how expensive flan
nel and "sich" will be at tho time mentioned.
Tfts Sons or Malta. The Sons of Malta
in Pittsburg have contributed $11 .000 for
rharitn hie nnrrmses. Th Orrlflp in Phila.
delphianow have tinder contemplation the
erection of an immense hospital, provided
wnn oumo necessary parapnernanaaiuonea
to any institution of the kind in America,
and to devoted to the assistance and ac
commodation of indigent persons.
Sketch of the Early Methodist Appointments
on Mad Riner Circuit, and at
Our first article was a resume of the condi
tion of Mad River Circuit, np to the year
1812, when Methodism in Ohio was divorced
from its connection with Kentucky.
la 1813, the membership of the Mad River
and Xenia Circuit was but 1,200 Joseph
1814 Joseph Oglesby.'' '
1815 Abbott Goddard. i
1816 Mosea Crume, Henry, B. Bascom.
The latter was the well known and deeply
lamented bishop, afterward, of the Metho
dist Church South. His eloquent voice
cheered the pioneer settlers on the Mad
River, as well as other portions of Ohio and
Kentucky. . . .
1817 Walter Griffith, William Williams.
1818 John Sale, John Strange. At the
Conference held at Steubenville, the Lebanon
District was formed, Moses Crume, P. E.,
with whioh Mad Rivor became connected.
1819 John Strange.
1820 RussolBigelo wand Robert W. Fin
ley. This year the Lancaster District was
organized, Charles Waddle, P. E.
1821 las. B. Finlcy, P. E.; Robert W.
Finley, A. McLean, preachers.
1822 Thomas 8. Hitts, Geo. M. Mealy. ,
182S James Collard, John P. Taylor. ,
1824 Wm. Laindow, John P. Taylor.
1825 Mad River included in Sandusky
District. Jus. B. Finley, P. E.; James X.
Welle, Geo. Gatcu.
1826 Augustus Eddy, Levi White, the
circuit being in Miami Dictriot; John Col
lins, P. E.
1827 John F. Wright, Augustus Eddy.
1823 Again in Lebanon District. Bur
roughs Weatlake, Alfred M. Lorain.
J 829 Same preachors.
1830 Levi White, Elius Patteo.
1831 Wm. U. Raxter, James T. Donahoo,
Joab W.Ragan. The latter withdrew from
the connection the subsequent year..
1832 On the ltlth of September, 1832, tho
Ohio Conference met in Dayton, aud in that
year David D. Dyche was appointed to the
Dayton Station. On the Mad River Circuit
were, Wm. H. Rafer, Richard Braadrilf and
Joseph Hill. In the whole State the mem
bership then was 60,000, and 155 traveling
1833 Dayton A. Brown.
1384 W. D. Barrett. i !
1835 Wm. Simmons. ,.
1835- 6 J. A. Waterman.
1836- 7 Joseph A. Waterman.
1837- 8 Wm. H. Lawder.
1838- 9 Samuel A. Latta.
1839- 40 Samuel A. Latta.
1840-1 David Whitoomb.
1841- 2 Joseph A. Waterman.
1842- 3 WnxHorr.
1843- 4 Wm. Herr. ,
1845 Wesley Chapel, John W. Weekly.
: Finley Chapel, Moses Smith.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Washington, Sept. 9. The Washington
correspondent of the Tribune says:
The case of Cook, Postmaster of Chicago,
has not yet been passed upon, though the
President's disposition to favor bim is alleged
by numerous partisans. .
Cook attributes whatever of wrong has oc
curred in his offiee, to persons thrust npon him
by the department, whom he says he will oust
on his return, let the consequences be what
they will. He says he does not steal, himself.
nor do his associates.
P. G. Washington has arrived here after
several months absence in the north and north
east, whioh he has spent in urging the claims
ot Mr. Uuthrie tor the Presidency.
it is assumed that Mr. Breckenridge is not
to be a competitor, if the sonatorsbip is freoly
accorded to him. ',
The Washington corr.espondont' of the
Herald says: ; '
"The northwestern difficulty will doubt
less become a matter of negotiation between
the Government of Great Britain and that of
the United States, as the treaty settling the
boundary has no provision for a settlement
in such a case as has arisen."
The State Department has had this mat
ter under consideration, and Gon. Ha.-ney
will receive instructions to act with great
caution until the two governments nave
compared views upon the subject. 1
Nw York, September 9. The bark W.
Paget from. Monrovia, on the 31st of July,
furnishes very intercstint news and lato
papers from the western coast of Africa. Tho
small pox prevailed extensively in Moarovia,
and a large public health meeting had been
held, in order to devise measures to arrest
The Quail, a new war steamer presented by
the English Government to the Republic, had
arrived from Plymouth, and the journals ara
loud in their protestations of gratitude to Queen
Viotoria and Lord Palmerston, contrasting
their liberality with the policy of the United
States towards their country, very unfavorably
to ourselves. President Benson immediately
went on a visit to the chiefs in tho Quail. . ,
, Everything was quiet at Cape Palmas. In
dependence day was celebnted with great
eolat. The two military oompanies in Monro
via turned out in grand style here, with other
The English oruisers wore taking slave prizes
on the coast.
A number of vessels from the United States
had arrived at Monrovia, landing many diS'
tinguished African travelers, good cargoes, an.
iron sugar mm, a lot of Bibles, and a number
of settlers from our .Northern and Southern
States. Several native students had distin
guished themselves at the late High School
Baltijioib, September 9. Milton Whit
ney, Esq., the State Attorney, has brought a
suit ot libel against the American newspa
pers of this city for charging him with com
plicity with the outlaws. The damages
asked are $10,000. .
Tho American having started the new Iaw-and-order
movement, has endeavored to
bring all good citizens to its support and to
detach any resemblance of official complicity
with tho rowdy portion of tho community.
Fo? this purpose an examination into the
sympathies ot the State and city officers was
necessary, and Mr. Whitney complains of
.1.- !. ( .1 : r
uiu icuiii ui tutrao inquiries. ,"
There is not one word of truth in the dis
patch published in the Philadelphia ledaa
to-day about the reporters, of the Aim and
Exchange of this city having been fired at
during the meeting last night. The oity has
not been in such good order for twenty years,
but it is unfortunately the victim of sensa
tion reports, , .1 f . - i
Arrival of the Europa at Boston.
Boston, September 9. Tho steamer Europa,
from Liverpool via Halifax, baa arrived here,,
Her mails will be dispatched by the aftsrnooa
train, and be due in' Pnlladolpais. by noon to
Baptist. First BaptistCburch, Northside Court,
between Mound and Cutt(r.
High Street Baptist Church, East of City Water
Ninth Street TJaptUt Church, South side Ninth,
betwueu Vineand Itace.
freeman Street Baptist Church, Freeman, near
foof Fifth street.
, Welsh BaptiBt Church. North aide Harrison.
Baker Htroet lianilat Church, (colored,) liouth side
Burnet, between Walnut and Vine.
Third Street Bnptlat C'hnn h, (colored,) South side
Third, between Itace and Kim.
OlirlHtian. First Christian Church, Longworth,
between Western Bow and John.
Concresationnl. First Orthodox Congrega
tional Church, Nurlh side Seventh, between Western
Bnw and John. , .
Sucond Orihodox Cowrrngational Chnroti, East aide
Vine, between Eighth and Ninth.
W'olHhCoiigregutionnl Church. West aide Lawrence,
between Third and Knurth.
DliaclpleB of ClirlHt.- Christian Church, South
wost corner Walnut and Eighth.
Christian Church,3ixth,btweenSm!tli and Mound,
Chrlstlau Church, between T. P. 13 and H, Fulton.
. Christian Church, (colored,) North aide Harrison.
FraendB.-First Friends (Orthodox,) Fifth, be
tween Wuatern Bnw and John.
First Friends (Uicksite,) Fifth, between Western
Bos. and John. i
Jewish HynnBonses. Holy Con gregation.Chil
dren of Israel, ouuth-euiit corner Sixth and Broad
way. Jiuly Congregation, Children of Jeshnrun, Lodge,
between Filth and Sixth.
lioly Congregation of United Brethren, Itace, be
tween Fourteenth aud Fifteenth.
Polish CouRregat-ion of the K. K. Adat. Iaraol,
corner Walnut and Fifth.
Hheurlth Israel, corner of Seventh and Walnut.
methodise KplHcopiil. Eart Cincinnati Dis
trict. Weley Cnapel, North side Fifth, between
Sycamore and Broadway.
Ninth Street Chapel, North sldo Ninth, between
Bjum and Elin.
Ashury Chapel, South aide Webster, between Main
aicKoudria Chapel, (Seventeenth Ward,) Front
WbhtCincivsati District. Morris Chapel, Wost
side Western How, between Fourth and Fifth.
Christie Chapel, North side Court, between Mound
llaper Chapel, West side Elm, North of Flndlay,
Park Streut Chapel, South-west corner Park and
York Street Chapel, South-west corner Baymlller
Fi ndlay Chapel, South aide Clinton, between Cutter
Union Chapel, North side Seventh, between Plum
and Western Bow.
MetliorfiHt Protestant. First Hetbodiat Prot
estant Church, Sixth, Iwtwoen Vlnoand Bnce. .
Second Methodist Protestant Church, Elm, be
tween Fifteenth nnd Liberty. .
Ceurge Street Church, George, between Cutter and
New Jerusalem. Temple, Longworth, between
Bnce and Elni.i ....,
Presbyterian Oin School. First Prosbytorlaa
Church, fourth, between Main and Walnut.
Fourth Presbyterian Church, North Bide High
street, nenr Fulton line,
V ifth Presbyterian Church, South-east corner Sev
enth and Kirn.
Seventh Preabytorian Church, Weataide Broadway,
oetweon rounu aim r inn.
Central Preebyterian Church, North-west corner
Barr and Mouuu.
Ninth Presbyterian Church, Cutter, between Clin
ton and Butts.
Preahvterlnn New School. Second Presbyte
rian Church, liouth aide Fourth, brtween Vine and
Third Preshyteriiin Church, South-wast corner
Fourth and John.
Eighth Presbyterian Cborsli, Seventh, between
Linn and Baymlller.
Tabernacle Presbyterian Ckarch, corner John and
Protestant Enlsronnl. Clirlst'aOhnrch.North
side Fourth, botween Sycamore nnd Broadway.
St. Paul s Cburcti, SoutU slue Fourth, between
Main aud Wulnnt.
St. John's Church, Bouth-sait corner Flum and
Trinity Cnurch, corner Fendloton and Liberty. .
Church of tho Advent,(no building,) Walnut Hills.
Church of the Atonement, corner Bichinond aud
Church of the Bedemptlon, Cllnton.hetwoen West
ern Bow and John.
llomnn Catholic St. Angnatines, Bank street.
St. Peter's Cathedral, South-west corner Plum and
St. Francis Xavter's. West side Sycamore between
Sixth and Seventh.
St. ratnea s, Mortu-east corner Third and Mill,
St. Michael's West aide of Millcreek.
Chrlst'a Church, Fulton.
Holy Trinity. South side Fifth, between Smith and
St. Mary's, South-east corner Jackson and Thir
teenth, St. Paul's, Bantu-east corner Spring and Abigail.
St. John Baptist, corner Bremen and Oreon.
St. JoBopli, South-east comer Linn and Laurel.
Ht. Phllomena. North Side Pearl, between Pikoand
St. Thomas, West side Sycamore, between Fifth
and Sixth. , , ,
f'nlfnrlnn. First Unitarian Chnrch. South-west
comer Fourth and Bace.
ITniveranlist. Firat Univeralist Church. East
side Pluuibetwven Fourth and Fifth.
second unirorsaiiat tnurcu, corner tJlxtn ana
East Walnut Hills. From corner Svcamore and
Fifth streets every half hour.
V bbt Walnut Uhiji (LaneSemlnarv.)-FromNo.
13S Sycamore atreot every hoHr.
wkktsrn now asii URioHTosf. from main ana
Fourth streeta every ten minutes.
Wkst Knii Link. From corner Fourth and Main
to Freeman and HopkinB streets.
IiivF.a ItnAD and 8!dakvill. From corner
Broadway aud Pearl, anil corner Fifth and Sycamore
atrneta every ten minutes.
Fulton, Pbndleton, and Columbia. From corner
Broadway ana Lower Market-every ton minutes.
Thibd SriiEiT Llne. From Newport Ferry to
Fiftli street Ferry.
Mount Auburn. From corner Main and Fourth
streets everv hour.
vink strbt uill and CLinoN. From corner
Dlaluami lourui streets overy Halt hour.
Cuhminsvillf,. From corner . Sixth and Main
streets every half hour.
Covinoton. From corner Fifth and Walnut streets
Post Orncs, Wbstibs Bow and Clinton Street,
From corner Fourth and Vino everv ten mlmitus.
Ska RON, Mason, Lebanon, and Monboi. Daily, at
2 v. ffi. inns n,y waiuillBtreec.
Harbison. Dally, ato A. M., and 2 P. M., (Sab,
bath dxcentedi from 109 Walnut street.
Bbookville Daily, (Sabbath excepted,) at 8 A.
si. irom iiv wainut aireot.
Bataviaand Geiiroxtown. Dallv. (Sabbath ex,
cepted,) at 2Hi, P. M. from Broadway and Lower
Vf.nicb and New London. DaIIv. fgnhliath ex.
cepted,)at2 P. M.-from Hi? Waluut street.
Montoomeiit. From corner Ninth and Sycamore
atreets Dally, (Sabbath excepted,) at 2,'i, P. 11.
A vonoalb. From 171 Woluut street, a. 10, 11, A. M
2. iii, 6, P. M. .,'''
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO,
on the shortest notice, and in the latest and
most fashionable style, all kinds of
BILLS OF LADING;
AUCTION BILLS; ,'
CIIECKSi ' . ' , .,
BILLS OF FABE;
'. ; COUPONS;
- , , AND '
15 FIS 1 8TTL AT slOblRATl PRICKS.
..FEANCISCO '4 CALDWELL.
Syn ,. :, . .' . .:, ..v
URE CIDER. VINEOARI. KEEP C0N
stantly upon hand an eicellent artical of Cider
Vinegar, suitable for pickles. -
. ..... . .. .. . - J. FERGUSON, Grocer, "i1.
- aep3 , , - ... Ourner Ninth and Vine.
BRANDY AND WINE. FOR; MEDICAL,
pnrposea. I have remaining a small lot of very
flue old Otard and Hennessey Brandies, which I oiler
fur medical purposes, from a knowledge of their superiority.!-
!Also jladaria, Sherry and Port 'Wlneat
(i.tawba, Still, Siurking ami Dry, all of suiexiOE
ijuality, and at very low pric'pB. ' n
S. FkiuaUSON, drocer.
sepl Corner Ninth aue Vino
RITES OF APTEBTI&IXQ
Advertisements not exceeding Its likes (AgaUJ'
One Insertion. ....MH...M.H.,
One waek. 1 00
TWO ' j. w.srts a .uses ntwn ws a.am i a a it a aa 1 60
Larger advertisements Inserted at the followln
rates, for souare often lines or leu;
One insertion .......-...-,.IO 50
Baoh additional I nsertlop. ti
One weckw.wwMM....M. w.-.w mw,... 1 76
Two " i-lw. 1 00
Three " . 4 W
IN ALL, He BRANCHES!
NO. 8 EAST FOURTH STREET,
Between Main tnd Sycamore, . .
WBe-blndlng In every style,
ly and durably bound.
Music Books Mat
ANDERSON & HANNAF0RD,Aichltertr
8. W. corner Third and Syenmore bis., i
jyl CINCINNATI, OHIO.
MAIN STREET, ...
BETWEEN FBONT AND SECOND, CINCINNATI.
F.P. CAHILL, Proprietor.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the citizens of Cincinnati that he bas opened
an office nt No. 120 West Sixth atreet, for the treat
rntf CONSUMPTION and CHBOlilO DitiJABha
gontTHlly. Consultation free,
mrofnee hours, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4.
ssrBsidence, 233 West Fourth street, jaiu-raj
D. DE FOREST,
Binder and Paper
Third story Tlntss Building, will do all work in hi
line with iientneas aud dispatch. jra-Lv
VVLhAJi fc WHXlAMSO,
(At the old stand of Pnllan, Hatfield A Brown,)
No. 13 WEST SECOND ST.,
jeaiFR pullar, formerly of Pnllan, Hatfield A Brown
WH, U. WILLIAHBOn nrwavn
lTB7UlLAN.!so7uATItBLB. T.S. BBOWH. .SItlNIM
PITT.T.A V. HATFTRLD & BROWN.
CINCINNATI STEAM (SUGAR REFINERY
no. 65 sjoiuiuma (or aeeuuuj on cm
tr BcflndSugara and Sirups always on hand.
Tnr2-AO : ,
THOS. H. WEAhNEK,
. . DEALIlt IN ALL SIN IIS OF ,
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
SHINGLES, ETC., ETC.,
371 Flum Street, Cluclnunll, Ohio.
P. M. MOORE,
N. E. CORNER THIRD V RACE BTs.,
Orders promptly attndedto. "ilTl.
BTK I T T HEDGE & CO.
134 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, O.
St St. Oharlesstreot, New OrleBLS, in.,
Importers of Guns & Sporting: Apparatus,
AND DEALERS IS OUN POWDBR.
JOI11V P. HARRISON.
A T'lORNKY-AT-LAW, and Commusioner
.AB. lor OHIO anu omor Diaies, uuice, owinn-rnu.
corner Fifth and Madiaon-atreeta, Covingtuu, Ken
tucky. ' Buie-am-
LEBNDKBT BVL. . JAMEB TBaBT.
.JLi. YLi tfc JU.,
CLEANERS OF SIXKd AND VAULTS,
No. w Sixth-atroet. between Vine and Itace, in
the Medical Collego, Oli.ciiir.ati, Ohio. Peraons who
may tavur ua with th.iir pavruungo, can rely on punc
tuality and lowprlces scpl-ay
0l3ELX c& ST1 A Ti
14 WEST POL'RTH STREET.
D0OB PLATES, CABD CASES, STATIONERY,
etc., etc.. etc.
JU. P. EJL1AS'
WITCH & JEWELRY HOUSB
16 West Fourth Street.
Where can be bad every article appertaining to the
Business at a much less price, for CASH, Uaa
has ever before been offered in this market.
: GIVE US A CALL
And see for yonraelvea. 1 ap!4
No. MH N. E. Cor. Fifth and Lodge streets, betweo
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good assortment of SILVEB and PLATED WA US,
SPKCTACLS, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special attention given to Cleaning and Bepniring
Watches and Jswelrr. , mvio
BECiGS SMllil, No. tj West 4th !t.
ARB NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their large asaortment of Watches, Jewelry,
Silverware and Diamonds.
A fins assortment of Plated Tea Sots and Cutlery'
and Opera Olasses. X'A
JJR. M. ROGERS.
3D 33 TI S T,
OF LONG EXPERIENCE IN THIS CITY,
Office, No. 84, Seventh-street,
THIBD D00B WEST OP Vllfg, '
0. U0NBALL. H A. SBITU
BONSALL & SMITH,
No. 118 West Sixth. etri-et,
f rr t in nr
v . A. is JU x f
- (Successor to Kuowiton A Taft.)
No. 36 West Fourth St., beu Walnnt fc V ine
B. L. HAH LBN. H. R. SM11B.
Drs. IIAMLEN I SMITH,
T E3 3XT T I m T JS ,
. No. 3 West Fn44 St.
LR. S, WARDLE,
13 H3 W T 1S T.
Offios No. 138 West Fourth street,
' OINOINNATI, OHIO
H. S. WINSLOW,
NO. 131 SYCAUOBE 8THE,T, BELOW FIFTH,
jy29-cm .'. i ;; n i ( : i. Cincinnati.
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 68 West Fourth
stinet, where he may be consulted daily for all
Female Complaints, Inllamnintioii of the Cervix,
PruUwn (Jterm, all displacements of the Womb,
Spinal and Cerebral affections, and other organic dia
.sasoscoaimwi toiemales. The Doctor's long expe
rience and recent discovery in the treatment of tho
H'b ove diseases, can nut fail to give entire sal ifaoti'n.
Tl, Doctor la agent for a Kuropeun Female montniy
Pill; price 41 nnd two stumps. aulo-3n
11, . NEU".0ft, M, j).
Office, 90 West Seventh Street,
KTWBIN VIM AMD BACTf.
O.'E. NEWTON, M. ID.
OrriOr-N. W West Seventh Street, between Vint
and Baos. Kesidence No. M Seventh street, b
ween Walnnt and Vine. Ornox Houaa-7 te
Pi M.i wtei's P M i if, - P M
RANKLIN TYPB AND STEREOTYPE
FOUlfDBi, B. ALLISON, Bnperlntendent.
iflnasXHals of sH kinds, m Vine lwl tf
1LLUN JJlSnbili, AiiUttiVUI
AT LA W4 Chat BuUd,lngs, Bo, Ksst Third,