ASDV W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D.CALDWELL.
EDITORS AND ratPBIETOES.
OrCICB NO. 14 WIST rOUBTH STREET.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19
The Methodist Episcopacy—Its Organization
The aasemblngo of a largo roprosentativt
body of on branch of the Method iat Epis
oopal Church at Dayton, Ohio, whoroa large
number of our readers reside, justified us in
gome reminiscences of the early conferences
of that eburofa.
It is an Interesting faot that the preaohera
laboring in the United Slates, In connection
with Mr. John Wmlst, the founder of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, mot each other
annually from 17T3 to 1785, styling thoir con
ferences "Conrorsation between the preach
ers in connection with the Iiov. Mr. Joun
In 1785 the Methodist Episcopal Chureh
became a separate body, independent of the
Church in England. At organisation in
Philadelphia, June, 1773, the Sooiety was
small ; there wore but ten preachers ; New
York 180 persons Iiov. Tnous IUkkin;
Philadulphia, 180 Gkokqk Shadvoud; Now
Jersoy 200 Hev. Jonx Kino and William
"Waters; Baltimore, Maryland, 500 Fran
cis Abbuhy, Kobkbt Strawbuidqii, Abraham
Whitvobtii, Jossm Ykabbet j Norfolk,
Hichahd Wbioht ; Petersburg, Eobhbt Wil
liams the whole number of the Society
being 100. The total numbor of the Society
then, in the United States, was but 1,100.
Xhcte conversation?, for three years annu
ally, were in Philadelphia; in 1776 in Balti
more; in 1777 at a preacbing-houeo m ar Deer
Creek, Hartford County, Md.; 1778, Leesburg,
Va.; 1779, Kent County, Md.; 1780, Balti
more, Md.; 1781, a few days at Choptank, Del
aware; and, on adjournment, at Baltimore,
Md.; 1782, 1783 and 1784, Ellis's Preach-iog-houae
in Sussex County, Ta.; and, on ad
journment, at Baltimore, Md. Weslxt him
self bad continued in the Protestant Episcopal
Church, and went so far as to desire the Bishop
of London to ordain ono of the Bishops for
the American Methodist Church; but the ap
plication did not prevail, and Wesley ap
pointed Br. TnoMAS Cook and Mr. Fbancis
AsBDRVtobe joint Superintendents over the
Wesloyan Brethren in Amoriea, who, with
Wesley, were the persons that exorcised, for
the first time, the Episcopal Office in the Meth
odist Chnroh in Europe and America.
Richard Whatooat and Tbouas Vasbt
were sent over to this country as Presiding
Elders. Thus it was that the Mothodiet be
came an Episoopal Churoh, which means gov
erned by Bishops. This was called byW?g
i.ey "the rational snd Scriptural way of feeding
and guiding those poor sheep in the wilder
ness." Since that tluio the Hook has become
more numerous than the cattle on a thousand
Cincinnati Horticultural Society.
The objeot of this organisation is to encour
age and improve the science and practice of
horticulture, and to promote the amelioration
of the various species of trees, fruits, plants
and vegetables, and ths introduction of new
spceies and varieties. How the mission, under
taken by its pioneer members, sixteen yours
ago, has been accomplished, has been abun
dantly and satisfnatorily evidence from year to
year by tho untold blo3s!ngs it has conferred
upoa tho city and adj&ojnt country. Cincin
nati stands, to-day, tho recognised ocnter of a
trade lu the standard fruits in the West. To
this organisation, mado at the house of Robert
Buchanan, February 17, 1843, are we indebted
for an olcvitian of taste in this oommunity,
and a world-wide reputation for grapes, berries
and the fruits and rare Honors that distinguish
our market above all others. To this society
is Cincinnati Indebted for the purchase find
ornamentation of Spring Grove Cemetery; a
oommi&oe of the society selected the ground.
They negotiated with Jobiab Lawbunce for
the main portion of tho cemetery grounds, to
wit: the Garrard Farm, for $10,500. The
charter of the Sooiety was amended so as to
authorize it to dedicate real estato for a burial
ground or cemetery, for tho ercotion of tombs,
cenotaphs and other monuments in memory of
tho deed, and to embellish the same with shrub
bery, flowers, trees, walks and rural orna
ments. With becoming generosity, the privi
leges obtained and the site secured were trans
ferred to a cemetery eompany, and the Spring
Grove Cemetery, although directed by a dis
tinct association, has been under the super
vision of leading members of tho Horticultural
The same enterprising gentlemen have
oonverted the rude and unsightly hill-side
in front of the Water-works Reservoir to a
place of beauty, and a resort for the familiol
of the laborers and others of the East End.
The past exhibitions, as the one now open,
testify to the wealth and taste-improving ad
vantages to our oity and the West, of this So
ciety. We urge, then, the contributions by our
wealthy citizens, and of a small sum, even by
the poorest, to a fund for the purohaae of a
pormanent hall for floral and fruit exhibitions.
We have hitherto suggested a joint exhibition
. bull, on first floor, by the meohanios and hor
ticulturists, whioh is worthy of consideration.
The Remembrance of Our Defenders.
The testimony has been paid by popular
ceremonies at Tut-in-Bay to tho memory of
Commodore Ferry and tho brave men who
were our defenders on Lake Erie. Our State
furnished some of the brave men, but few of
whom snrvive to witness the great improve
ments the lake frontier has mado. Honor to
tho memory of the horoos of lake Eric.
Some twelve thousand persons were in at
tendance on the lOthitist., the anniversary
of the "victory." The corner-stone was laid
by Horace M. Stokes, Grand Master of Ma
The Ohio Mechanics' Exhibition.
A new week of interest with meohanios and
manufacturers has set in. Our eitliens are
warmly interested la the exhibition, and as ail
the departments are in great oompletion, we
ean promise an instructive week for visitors,
and ws hope it will prove a remunerating sea
ion for the Committee. The eduoatlon offend
to auch a magaiine of perfeot specimens ap
peals at once to every one, manifesting the
importance of learning our youth to labor to
cofcjmenoa some mechanical work, continue
the same and oomplete it. This habit once
formed, eontlnues to distinguish the man in
all mtneojuent departments of life.
Speculation in Railroad Lines.
We deem that an unreasonable complaint
has been made by some parties of influence,
in the City Council, in reference to projected
new lines of street railroads. Capital will
not invert in routes whero a reasonable
umount of profit may not be expected there
from. The very offensive feature of B8lf-in-terest
which appears to mar a projoct will,
if properly guidod, prove the stimulus to
progross. All companies offering to enter,
bona fide, into an engagement with the city,
giving adequate security, should be trcatod
with courtesy and consideration. It is proper,
however, to advertise the new linos, thus
giving an opportunity for competition. Those
now contracted for appear to be proceeding
in good faith, and when the lines tire in op
eration, and the sixty days limited have
passed, it is proper that other companies wil
ling to risk their money should have a
chanco to make money by furnishing the peo
plo of tho suburbs tho convenience of street
Dayton and Washington.
Hon. Jonathan Dayton, at tho time ITnitod
States Senator from New Jersey, and who was
afterward identified with the North-wot and
this city, and whose name is borne by one of
the most flourishing of our sister oitles of the
present State of Ohio, was Chairman of the joint
eommittce of both Houses of Congress which re
ported tho resolution expressive of tho profound
sorrow with whioh Congress was penetrated by
the lots of thoir highly-esteemed fellow citizen,
Geohob Washington. Congress, on his reso
lution, prooeeded to prepare for the funorai
procession in honor of his momory, which or
ganized at Congress Hall, Philadelphia, on tho
20th Deoembcr, 1799, and maicbod to the Ger
man Lutheran Church, where, at the request of
Congress, and before both Houses, Henry Lee,
Esq., one of tho members from Virginia,
delivered an eloquent oration.
Officers the Grand Encampment of
the United States.
Ia our previous article, giving the names of
the Grand OlBcora of this National Organiza
tion of Templar Masons, a fow names wero
omitted, which wo now supply. Tho triennial
meeting of tho order takes place to-morrow, in
Chicago. Tho address of the Grand Officers is
as follows :
Sirs William B. Hubbard, Columbus, O.,
Grand Master; Henry C. Deming, Hartford,
Ct., Dep. Gr. Master; David S. Goodloe, Lex
ington, Ky., (J. Generalissimo ; James Sorley,
Galveston, Texas, G. Captain General ; Henry
C. Lawrence, Lafayotto, Ind., G. Senior War
den; Henry Buist, Charleston, S. C, G. Junior
Warden; Edward A. Raymond, Boston, Mass.,
G. Treasurer; Benjamin B. French, Washing
ton, D. C, G. Recorder; Abner B. Thompson,
Brunswick, Me., G. Standard Bearer ; Willis
P. Coleman, New Orleans, La., G. Sword
Bearer ; Iro A. W. Buck, Aurora, III., Gr.
The Cincinnati Enquirer quotes, from an
Eastern paper, an item claiming to describe a
"New Hampshire Mansion, ' which is that of
Mr. Huxn'kwki.l, at Needham, twelve miles
from Boston, Massachusetts will have to do
mand, by requisition, that village back from
(the newspaper) New Hampshire.
0. M. I. Industrial Exhibition. There
are some remarkable omissions at this exhibi
tionmore remarkable because of the extent
of the manufacture and commerce of tho arti
cles omitted. Of all the products of tho heg,
thore are only some fair specimens of oil and
glycerine; not a candle or pound of soup; not
a flitch of bacon ; not n hum ; not a pound of
laid; to mem, prime or fumilg; not a bristle;
not a show of "Hog all 'round." Of leather
there ia but one aamplo, somovory finefor book
binders, and that not made here. Of paper,
the immense manufacture and trade of this
region is not represented by a single sheet or
onrd. There is nothing of the products of the
terealt, except ono sample of alcohol, beside
what the mill' show in their working. No
flour, starch, malt, farina, crackors or biscuit.
No linseed oil-cake. Of all the kino, not a
"mention," from hoof to horn, except the
oalf-aklns for book-binders noticed above; not
a pound of tallow, bone, hide, tole, uppur or
ikiriiiig ; not an ounce of beef jerked, smoked
or oorned ; no bone-black or gluo. Can any
one tell why such interestaare less publio-apir-iled
than others less prosperous and less able
to show ? It Is not for the resulting dollar and
dim alone, that such exhibitions are made;
they are instructing schools for the million,
working lectures for the masses furniihing
to thousands vf our oitiaens a proper ant
healthful knowledge of what makos our pros
peritythe souroes of the growth and wealth
of the oity. Can any portion of our wealthy
manuiaciurers antra: tneir part or this educa
ting work with impunity. Thor should not
shrink from thoir share of it whon such aa
oooasion offers aB the one presented by the
Institute this year.
Mr. Greelev, in one of his letters to the Tri
bune, from Utah, givos the following eoneerning
tbis remarkable body of water:
That this Lftkeahntilil It. anil !. nABn.M.i.
AH large bodies of water into which streams
j4ia..U V. --1 L 1 1 i I .
uiuvuaiga iuouiooivob, wuiia iaey aavo sever
ally no outlet, are or should be salt. If one
such is fretb, that is an anomaly indeed. Lake
Utah probably receives as much saline mattor
as Salt Lake; but she discharges it through
the Jordan and remains horself fresh; while
Salt Lake, having no issue savo by evapora
tion, is probably the saltest body of water on
earth. The ocean is comparatively fresh; even
the Mediterranean at Leghorn is not half so
I am told that three barrels of this water
yield a barrel of salt; that seems rather strong,
jet its intonss saltness, no one who has not
had it ia his eyes, his mouth, his nostrils, can
realize. You can no more sink in it than in a
clay bank, but a vory little of it in your lungs
would suffioe to strangle you. You make your
way in from a hot, rooky bcaoh over a chaos
of volcanio baault that Is trying to the feet;
but at a depth of a yard or more you have a
fine enndy bottom, and here the bathing is de
lightful. The water is of a light green color for ten or
twenty rods; then "deeply, darkly, beautifully
blue." No Ash can live in it; no frog abides
It; few birda are ever aeen dipping into it.
The rugged mountains in and about it just
suoh scraped and seamed and gullied preolplcos
as I have been describing ever since I reached
Denver have a little fir and eottonwood,
behind their taller cliffs, but look bare and
uoiuiaia u ins casual ooserver; ana these cut
the Lake into sections and hide most of it from
view. Probably less than a third of it Is risi
ble from any single point. But this suffices.
fSVll is stated that the Hon. A. Lincoln,
of Illinois, is to visit Ohio. He it announced
to speak at Columbus on the 10th, and at Cin
cinnati on the 17th. The fight is getting to
be interesting. Isn't this politics a great institution?
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Additional News by the Ocean Queen.
New York, September 11. The Ocean
Queen sailed from Havre on tho 31st ult., and
Cowes at three A. M. of the 1st inst. 8ho
has three hundred and fifty ppssengors, a
large cargo, $10,000 in specie tAd a heavy
The purser's report says: "September 1,
three P. M., passed the steamship iWton,from
New York, oil' the Lizard, bound in. Ou
the 4th, in latitude 50 12, longitude 21 30,
passed steamship Vamlerbilt, from Now York
lor Southampton and Havro."
Tho Oran Queen oxperionced heavy west
erly galos for three days.
Our Liverpool correspondent says that the
steamship Anglo-Vaxon for Quobeo, and the
Kangaroo fur New York, wore detained till
the night of the Slst, the stormy weather pre
venting tho embarking of their passengers.
The steamship Kangaroo, from New York on
the 12th ult., arrived at Liverpool on the 27th
ult. The Trutonia, from Now York on the 15th
ult., arrived at Southampton on the 30th ult.,
eo route to Hamburg. The Nova Scotian, from
Quobsc on the 23d ult., arrived at Liverpool
on the 30th, and the Circaimtn; from Now
York, on the 18th ult., via of St. Johns, ar
rived at Galway on the 30th ult.
The American ship Hen Boll, from Ha
vana, bound to Falmouth, was wrockod at
Brendor.. The whole amount ot the Kussian
12,000,000 loan had bean subscribed, and
exchanges on St. Petersburg had fallen three
per cent. A Bavarinn loan, for the purpose
of defraying the military expoiiBos of tho
country, had been issuodat 98 !4 per cent.
There was nothing of importance known
respecting the doings of the Zurich Confer
ence. Advicos from Athens report tho dissolution
of the Greek Chambers.
Liverpool, August sales
for three days have been 30,000 bales, of which
speculators and oxporters each took 2,000
bain. The market closed firm, with an ad
vancing tendenoy. In some oases prices wore
1-lSd higher. Middling Orloans was quoted
at 7 Mod., and middling uplands (113-lfiil.
The Manchester market was firmer, and in
some oases prioos wore slightly highor.
Breaditujfu Very dull. Messrs. Riohard
aon, Spence fc Co. state that the weather had
been stormy and unfavorable for orops, but the
harvest was almost over. Flour very dull and
easier, but quotations unchanged; American
1012s. Whoat very dull; Rod 7s.0d.9s.ld.;
White 93.9s.0d. Corn steady; mixed and
yellow ss.6d.5s.9d.; White 7e.7s.0d.
Provitioru Tho market has a declining tend
ency. Beef heavy, holders pressing on the
market, rork beavy ana nominal. Baoon
dnll and nominally unchanged. Lard quiet
bat steady. Tallow slow of sale, but prices un
altered: butcher's, Sis,
Produce Rosiu steady at 3s. 9d.3s. 101.
for common. Sugar steady. Ricequiot. Cof
fee quiet. Ashes quiet at 272Ss. 6d. Spirita
Turpentine stoady at 34a. Od. Quercitron
Bark salea unimportant.
Liverpool, August 31. Cotton steady. The
estimated salos to-day are 8,000 bales, includ
ing 1,000 bales eaob to speculators and export
ers. Holders offer freely, but do not press sales.
Mrtadetuffi Dull: sales unimportant.
Prooitiom. The markot olosos very dull.
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
Lokboij, August 81. Consols olosed steady
London, August 30. Wheat and Flour close
dull. Toa Is unchanged. Sugar and Rice
ho.vr. Coffee Arm. Tallow also firm.
Washington, September 11. Mr. MoLane,
United States Ministor to Mexico, arrived
here to-day, having left Vera Crua on the 1st
inst. Our Government had previously granted
him two months leave of absence.
Re'.iuble accounts just received mention that
Sonor Fueati, who held an office in the Mexi
can Cubiaot nndorGonoralComonfort's Admin
istration, has been appointed Minister of For
eign Affairs. Tho duties were heretofore dis
charged by Senor Ocampo, who remains in
charge of the Home Department under the
All of our Consuls, with tho exception of
Mr. Black, et tho City of Mexico, nro every
where officially recognized. Tho most
frioudly feelings are expressed by the Liber
alists for the United States, from which they
expect assistance in their strugglo against the
Reactionists. Americans in Mexico, how
ever, state their surprise that so much indif
ference is manifested in this country toward
tho Liberal party, who continue to. be enthu
siastically animated by a hope of success,
tho inmiediato want of money alone crippling
thoir energies. Notwithstauding this, troops
continue to be raised for operations against
the City of Mexico.
Mr. McLaue has returned without atrcaty,
but the matters in interest bctweon the two
countries are such as to leave no doubt of on
If Senor Leredohad been in Vera Cruz, it is
probable, aocording to accounts from that oity,
that a convention or treaty would have been
Eight of the orew of the Unitod States ateamer
Brooklyn had been tried for desertion 'running
away with the ship's boat and leaving her
among the brenkers.
It was reported in Vera Cms that Jiramon
had ealled a junta at the capital, to i ppoint a
Vice-President, nr a substitute, as h himself
contemplated taking tho field nga net Gen.
Degollndo, who was at San Luis Poto i, organ
ising his forces, whioh amount to abn ut twelve
The St. Louis Fire.
St. Lodis, Sept. 11. The fire K-esterday
uiicrnoon was more uisastrous man 4as at first
reported, i ce loss ot Messrs. Hay f
probubly reach fifty thousaad doi
It Co. will
wuiuu uiero an insuranoe or fort
dollars. The total loss from tho GrJ
upward of eighty thousand dollars.
American Vessel Fired At.
Boston, September 10. The Amenta,
from Constantinople, whioh arrive here this
morning, reports that while passintho Straits
of Gibraltar she was fired on twits from the
Spanish fort Tarifa. The flret fire was a
blank cartridjro, and the seoond a round shot,
which passed through her lower aain-top sail.
PiTTSBumi, Sept. 10 M. River one foot at
Glass-house and fulling. Weathe- cloudy.
Louisvillb, Sept. 11 P. M .liver station
ery, with two feet eight inches in he canal.
Dixon's Blackberry Ctbinitive,
A SAVB, EASY AND KFFECTUAIi AlEBi, FOR
Summer Cnmploiut, Klnrrhta, Flux, Ac.
XJTTweutr-flvs cntH per tjyttle."0O
OKO. M rIXO?, DnuBist,
nuao-cm . Coittur uf Fifth Jlalii-jt roots.
- - - v m.r ua mid rm tmm
' VKTV Ill..t.l..i r . .
WMaV riit uiKiiinuu uuarii, AltOnilOliI-Tha
Com imny will aMnnihleat National Hull, (n fatltiM
dro, with aruin, THIXMouiiay,EVJ3NiMa. Hint
jiiju , ii v vawissi jHwineii
"p' q J. h. Patrick, Captain.
LAB unnnal meeting of Oinolnnati
jni;Hiiiuinniiit no. a, 01 iv. r.. on I
KVENUSO, 12th inst.. at 7X o'clock
741. fur tliu election of offlcAr. .nil m
contribution. A full and punctnIattnilancofll
the Hlr Knights is earnest)? requested, lly order of
th.H.E.U..O. sepiobl h. OAMBKOW.Kecorder.
RimiNF.HM MP.VtM PPIVcd
' m A'm a JLA
Er-BBBW iAnviuaiw udiii Bieir lUVrillllK ID L DSJ
wuiuent of the First Church. All are Invited, jyi
V9 LEONARD 8WARTZ WILl
gpQ be a candidate for County Commissi nner of
suio If tuvvusuiui vviouer eiocuon,
HAMILTON COUNTY FUR!
September 13, 14, 15 and 16.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
TRAINS WILI, lEAVE CIX-
1!T-1VJH f,,r tl, FAlIt OUOIINDS At
OA. M.;10A.M.;F. M., and 4: I'. M.
KsTi'KNiNU Trains will lvare the Fair Gronmls for
Olnrtnnatl at lu.U A. M.; i U. 5:15 F. M and C:W
The 0:03 A.M. and 4 P.M. train from Dayton will
alwiKtopHt the KairUrouuds.
BAT t urn from Cincinnati o the Fair Grounds una
return, Fl FTI CENTS. Ticket good on any of the
aboTe trains. Fur m at tbo Ticket Office, Hlith
Btrtuit Pepnt. (epl(iw D. McLAEEM, Supt.
RcHpectfully cull tlie attention of Oity and
Country IMorcbBntsto their
LARGE AND COMPLETESTOCK
AND EVEEY VAKIKTT OF
BUT Our stock of WOOLEN HOSIERY ia ourown
J. E. WYNNE & CO.,
IVo. 91 Pearl-street.
IiADD, WEBSTER & CO.'S
(late Hunt, Webster & Co.'s,)
No. 0 FourtU-street, Cincinnati.
On the lit of October we will remove to
No. 80 West Fourth-street,
COLE & HOPKINS,
GEO. M. WOOD,
navoreceived a superb stock
of Dress Goods, of every de
scription, comprising all the
Latest Novelties of the
French and European Mar
kets. WE ARE DISPLAYING
Elegant Velvet Flounced
Double Skirt Silk Robes;
Rich Velours de Paris ;
With our enlarged premises
and increased facilities for
business, we are enabled to
offer unusual advantages to
82 AND fit FIFTH-ST.,
CORNER OP VINE.
WE INVITE YOUR PARTICULAR AT
TENTION to our large collection of lllch
LACES, Ac, Arc.
A laree seloction from nil the noroHles of ths as
son. Also, tbo largest and most complete assortment
To be fonnd In anr JoWilnjr-hom in the Wnst. All
W. P. DEVOU & ROCKW00D,
83 AND 85 PEARL-S TREET,
sepia CINOIHNATI. bw
First week of tbo engagement of
M'LLE ESTELLE EfJMONDE,
FAMILIARLY TBtf MED
' IA BELLE DE I ARJ8,"
Acknowledged the Drat in thepr- )fenlon. '
AdmlMionOnlr 10 Cents.
F55J5k1rB8' BRANDI.ES, 40.-J0HN
MiiS 113 .S f1." fv "n"1" of fine
IIAVB A SCPEBB ASSORTMENT OF
RICH FAIL DRESS SMS
la plain oolora end bUok, figured and Bayadori
Klegant strloe-solllng Tery cheap.
All the new styles of Paris Velvets, rich Valencies,
boautllul Dolalne Robei, French prlntoit and plain
Damasks, Domestics & Linens.
Clotha, Napkins. Towels, Doylies, Slieotlngn, BUIrt-
inga, Tabling, 3tc, to which we call tbe attention of
Steamboat Captains, Uotcl and Housekeepers.
Jiuji'Jih Bath and Whltnoy Blankets;
linporlal, Allendale and Marseilles Qnilts.
SHAWLS, SCARFS AND CLOAKS.
In this department we bare all the novelties of the
seanon. Just received, nsw styles of Cloth Siuters
Imperial and Champion Hoop Sklrtu;
Ladles' Gauntlet, Hosiery and Qlovoa;
Opera Fani, White Kid Gloves;
Ladles', Gents' and Children's Undorvests, 4o.;
Gents' Marino, Laiaba-wool and SUk Fonts.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUTLER,
AND DEALERS GENERALLY, WHO
are purchasing tbeir full supplies of
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
Will eerve their oirn InUruat liVRYnmfnirttr nurntnrk
betoro purdmniug. A oumplete wooi'tmuut eau be
lounu m ouresiuuiiEoment oi
Blank and Memorandum Books,
OF ALL SIZES.
Letter, Cap and Note Papers,
EnTftlona. and n.11 vnrlntlAit of S ta.nl n HrAtlnnorv.
ww- miyorH are inrttea to can nna eiainim ior
APPLEGATE & CO.,
PiitiHahers, llonksellera, Btatloners and Blank Book
juauuuciurors, a main-street. sopiw
Siiii'c, Eckstcisi b Co.
IT, W. cor. Fourth and Vine-sts.
(OPPOSITE TUE POSTOFFICE,)
(firFER FOB SALE, IN QUANTITIES
to subpurchasers, a complete aanortmpiit Drugs,
Meillclnei. ChcmlralB, I'nliits, Oils. Varulabos,
Vrunbee, window Glass, Olaesware, i'atwit Jledl
clnea, Perfumery, Drugcrlata' Fancy Articles, Pye
HtnlTo, Wines, Llquora, Tobaccos, Cigars, Alcohol,
Unruing fluid, Ceuipheuo, Ac.
Tromner'B Bnisgljts' Scales;
Ayer'aCherry tectorsl, I'illi, 4e.;
UuoQand's Oonnun DittetH;
Boerhavo'a IIolla.nU llittiire:
Phillips'! Cough Sirup, Liniment, Ae.;
Keith's Keeiimlila, Alkalelds, deo.l
Tilden 4 Thnyer's Hxtracts:
Norwood's Tincture Verat. Terlde, &4.
Norwood's Tincture Verat. Veride.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ON CON
SIGNMENT, an invoice of Norwood's Tine,
tnre Vent. Teride. For aale to the trado at mauu
faoturors' pricei. Bl'IIiK, ECK8TKIN A CO.,
nepia-o Opponlte the Pontofilce.
Cordial Elkir of Wild Cherry Bark.
THIS ELIXIR IS SURPASSINGLY
agreeahlo to the tasto, and contalni alt the act.
lve principles of Wild Cherry Bark lu a high state
of perfection, combined with several grateful aro
matic. It is a moat valualdo as well as a pleasant
medicine, unitiug with lie tonic pownrs the import
ant property of calming Ni rvoin Irritation and Ex
citability, and inn moat effective Utrengtboner and
Kentorative, admirably adopted to the treatment of
Uehilityof the Ht loach. Impaired Digestion, Weak
and Languid JlnbltK, especially of women and chil
dren. Leas of Appetite, fte. Prepared and for sale by
Oppoaite the Poitofllce.
rflHIS IS ONE OF THE FINEST BRANDS
-SL of IlaTana Clgnrs Imported, and wo can recom
mend them to smokeia us rouiarkuble for their line
flavor. Jfor sule by ,
SUIBE, IOKSTEIN a CO.,
aepi;-c Oppoelte the Postoltlcs.
Phillips's Cough Simp, Liniment, do.
WE HAVE MADE AN ARRANGE
HKNT with Dr. Phillips by which we are
enabled to offer theee medicine, to tho trade at his
prises. BU1BK, EOKHTKIN k CO.,
seplJ-e Opposite the Poetofflce.
ERCHaKT TAILOR, UOO Wal.
NliT-HTSKBT. above Sixth, is reeelvlrir
fresh stock of Cloths, Caseimerei, Veeting and
Oents' Furnishing Goods. He has engaged the serv
ices of Mr. t'HAULKB FAS IA, of Broadway, Vw
York, whose reputtition as an artlatic Cutter is a
guarantee of elej i tand well-fitting garments. All
work warranted xglve gatlefactioo. aep7aa
LANE St BOD LEY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW HILLS,
Corner Jobs and Water te Cine;onatl,0.
JUST EEOKIVED. FRICE 23 CENTS.
Terulebv T. fit RNnRNnT.I
Mp2 At his bw storo, Se, U Wnt Vifta-street.
BROTHERTOIf & CO,,
Dealers in Exchange,
mTTW TTWnHKBTflNHn. n TUB T.ATK
JL Home of
GILMORE & BROTHERTON, . . ,
Has oommenoed business under the abort firm nam
At Nos. 7 and O Third-street, (Trait Com
" pany Bulldlnsr.)
sepTtm J. H. BROTHHH.TON.
It. ILLI8, Ja.
J. W. TDITOH.
; R. ELLIS, Jr., &CO.,
(ttTOCHtORI TO WOOD, LI A ft 00.4
NO. 15 WEST THIRD-ST.
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING.
? :i ... . i
B. FRAN KL AND,
STATION ER AND PRINTER,
.Vine-itreet, Opposite PostoiB.ce, '
PLAIN Sl FANCY STATIONERY;
ALL KINDS 01 WEITINQ PAPBBj
" BLANK. BOOKS
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING;
Printed and Painted Show Cards.
IWCountrr Merchant Bupplled.-a
At Plke'i Opera-Houie.
Circular Saw Mill!
1M DATXT OPSBATIOI IS
J. C.. TOWERS & CO.,
No. 149 Main-street,
ONi 900B BF.I.OW POTJBTH.
Went Side, bet. Third and Fourth.
WE AUE NOW IV RECEIPT OF
our FALL anil WINTER STOCK of
Fur s and Trimmings,
And lrn Ite a thorough examination.
THE FIRM OF
SPRAGUE & CO.
WILL OPEN IN THEIR
3V "w Store
South-east Cor. Fourth and Vine,
THURSDAY, 8TII INST.,
WITH THE LARGEST AND
FEETTIEST stock of Goods for UBN'S
WSAB evsr oStrad In CloalnnatU
THE BTOUK 07
P IE C E GO o r s.
To mails tip to Htaanrt, will bs larfls and varied.
New Corps of Cutters,
From Now Tork and Philadelphia, who profess to
understand the art of Cutting Stylish Garments ta
BV Tot past favors vre return many thanks, and
hopo to merit future patronage. Truly,
SPRAGUE & CO.
Wm. Snraner & Co.,
-AGISTS FOB "...
WHEELER & WI!,?0N'8
IS EIMOVED- TO
Pike's Opera-house Building,
TT WEST FOURTH-STREET.
JOHN H. DETERS.
' FABniONABLl '
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. S3 West FourthHisjrest,
WISHES TO CALL TUB B8PHCIAL
attention of gentlemen to his laree stock of
fall work, which Is now open for InipeciloD. Jtiit
reoelred sonie new styles Engl lib Over-,ailers. Oall
and see ihein.
Money! JUoney! , tt oney !
,,. RcmoTCdrrota 5tf West Slxt;i-it.
MONEY LOANIM)N WATCliESJJEW
KLRY and all kinds of MercliaLaWTI low'
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