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THE PRESS.
AKDT W. IRANCISCO. JOHN D; CALDWELL. !
tnirou Asr rMraiEtou.
orrics mo. 14 vest fovrth rmtitXT.
CINCINNATI:
TUESDAY..
..SEFTKillBEIt
13
Ohio Mechanics' Institute Exhibition.
We ipent a few boura, yesterday, In the flta- i
ehinory Department of the brilliant eihitntton i
. . . , . , . . ., , :
of our horn and fore.go mechanics, nt l'lke's ,
Opora-bouao. We have &ood tbiegs tu say of
:ur home mechanics. Cincinnati and Ohio
exhibit soma meritorious specimens of well-
nuaLou ujauuLuuB, ivmou aur&cb mo utiuu
tioa of every diioominj visitor. As we oan
not same them all in this artiole, we must ba
eon ton t to call attention to but few.
Ohio Mechanics' Institute Exhibition. HYDRAULIC WINE-PRESS.
That meohanioal-unndod citizen, Mr. W. R.
"Feb, has surpassed his former efforts In his
achievement of the "ITydraulio Wine-press,"
now on exhibition. ' All old designs, plans,
contrivances, excuses for prcsies, have to giro
way to thin simple sensible, servioablemaohine,
which comes to its work with tbe power of a
"thousand of brick," regulated by one man's
miperinteadonce. The exertion required is
not one to fret, worry and sweat the operator.
He can conduct the whole arrangement almost
without turning down his shirt-cullar or roll
ing up bis shirt-sleeves. The power tba
Buociei the grapes is conveyed to the preis by
pumpiug a slight stream of water behind tho
eliding head, forcing it with tho power of steam
and crushing completely the whole moisture
from the lees or the jmmmies. Ibis stylo of
press is applicable! to pressing eider, or tho dif
ferent oils. Its success Is tiro. Kvory one
noes ita power, and it proves its own capacity.
LANE AND BODLEY'S CIRCULAR SAWS.
Another triumph of the ililll of Cincinnati
mechanics, nnd one attracting marked obser
vations, as we havo heretofore noted, is Lane
jt Bodlsy's complete Saw-mill and Hearing. It
will work an entire revolution in the sawing of
lumber.
CENTRIFUGAL PUMP.
By the way, the Contrifugal Pump of
Holmes, an engineer of the Cincinnati Water- .
works, has proved its capacity to lift one hundred
limit of uaterper henr. We trust that this
ingenious meehanic will have proper patronage
for his unobtrusive but useful invention.
HAMILTON, BUTLER COUNTY, SPECIMENS.
There is a department in which Butler
County should take special pride. Hamilton
County feels a pride in hor behalf, on account
of tho important exhibition made by Hamilton
manufacturers we mean the home-made Cir
cular Cast-steel $ aws of Woodruff & JIcPar
lis. The very larg, woll-tcmpered, finely
ground and polished Circular Haws made at
this western factory ere creditable to tbe me
chanical skill of all engaged in their manu
facture. The proprietors boldly put forth
ther banter "West tersuj East." The Hy-
luu'.ic Wator-power of Hamilton is d'dng
good exeontioa in turning out buoU No. 1
specimans as these exhibited by our Butler
'ouuty friends, .
AUTOMATON SASH MACHINE.
We have a proud specimen of ingenious
tvork, of well-adapted machinery to man's
neau, in Lerliw's Automaton Sash-umchine; it
dii'.'a almost everything but talk. Its inventor
tVou Delaware, Ohio, woo has perfected an
almost self-working instrument, it is so har
moniously arranged that it oau be adapted to
large or small work. It takes the board and
el.ts it, and tho slat, without any handling, is
carried from the e&w to a small plane, which
dresee) cne aide of tho sash : it is borne to
.-uotker contrivance, which cuts the tenon and
mortice; it turns clear round, and hi coming
back, tho other side is by two different opera
tions completed, ready to be framed. This
xirsple, but serviceable machine, saves the labor
of tea meu. Persons sot skilled as mechanios,
even boys, oan conduct the operations of this
machino.
PLANKS FOR A PLATFORM.
Mitchell & Rowland and John K. (jRCKX,
lumber dealers, very modestly keep in a corner
a plank, each of the incut substantial kind,
such aa the stoutest, stamping politician might
etand on. What think you of clear white pine
plank, of great length, three inches thick and
forty inohes) wide?
A STAVE-MACHINE FROM LOWELL, MASS.
Ohio and Cineinnatl are deeply interested In
the economical construction of barrels -if
made cheap and in a suporior manner. The ma
chine, which is thus an improvement upon the
old on e3, should be well received. Wo intro
duoe, then, to Cincinnati notice, McNish &
Bi.tlkr'8 Ciroulor-saw and Stave-dressor and
J ointer, both solf-feediog, which, to our un
educatod eye, is performing what we need in
this line. Mr. McNisu, the inventor, will ex
plain tho working of the two, machines. The
arrangomont by which the saw slats olT the
stave appears to be very handy. Thestaves are
placed upon the dresser and jointer the former
cuts the, top eonvex and the inside eoncave,
and the latter smoothly joints the edges to tbe
proper, even level, and idjuata the width prop
erly from the middle to either end. Stuff can
be prepared for sixty barrels an hour. A boy
oan do tho work. The saw-mill costs $125,
and tho dresser and jointer $600, with the right
to use the machine. -
A STAVE-MACHINE FROM LOWELL, MASS. The Fruits and Flowers--The Horticultural
Exhibition.
There has always been a liberality on the
partof the managers of the Cincinnati Hor
tciultural Society in opening its doors to all
cultivators of the Western States. They have
been invited to compete for prizes, aud have
been allowed the privilege of competition
without foe. Thoro aro always numerous
varieties offered each year which mark the
industry, akill and public spirit of our culti
vators. They are notcontcnt with half-and-half
efforts), but show n-hot is now, and that
which is tha uioit a .ritorious iu their art.
We ask vioitors, theu, :u look at the collec
tion of oar exhibitors with some particular
i:.y of observance, and (hereby do justice to
the florioulturiaU aud t- yourselves.
Suicide in New York.
Alfbkd Frsesi an, Proprietor of the Inter
national Hotel and Tsylor's Saloon, No. 365
Broadway, New York, was fouud dead la bis
room &- fsiv days since, having cat his throut
wi'.hR razor.
Suicide in New York. The Fair To-day at Lexington, Ky.
The City of Lexington is full of fat cattle
and fulr women, to-day. The State Fair opens
with prosit of being one of unusual interest.
Fuiidmh-e uf A CuMi'tAfi. Hutton, the
comedian, bus t pleasant residence at (lien
Oovo, New York. A newstjapor lotter tays;
r letter tays;
Ilia cardan la worth coihe ttiltei Id lee
llants, oxotles; Bowers ul the richest, rarest and j
most costly description hero luxntiatb, blossom, i
and bloom; tha flueat frrcen velvet k. not ttiort j
than bis grass-plate, and tha nicely-bofcod '
borders of bia flower-beds show the eir-uiaite ;
taste of its owner. Ailo, pear, jcaeh, noc-
h.!nn mtt nllllll tlPUrt It FA llAra ill lltimllCrB.
an(l j,0 has, at a cost of souio $ ;,UI0, erected :
r bot-houpe that look-i mora like tllo Crystal
l a1""0 tb8U "Jtning Havo seen, ins grape
vines arc really wonderful, and tho grapes su-
. Iin(1 tt3 w . . tha ' ()f . - '
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LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Additional by the Anglo Saxon.
I'a&thku I'jikt, iicpteuibcrlS. Ii-aly.No '
change has taken place iu Italian nffairn.
A deputation from tho National Assombly j
of Mociena baa gone on a special mission to
tbe Kmpcror Napoleon.
The people of Naples are much exoitodln
consequence of the high price of corn.
Tha town of iioiia baa been visited by an
earthquake, causing a large destruction of
property. Two huudrod periona wcro killed
and a groat number injurned. .
Tho elcctiona throughout Rouiorjna had
taken place with tbo grcatestjtrnu.iiillity and
order. Tho oflicial Piedmontose ffu.: gives
a denial to tbe reports of political ili?cli?iilon
among the members of the Sardinian Cabinot.
Tho following ate the amounts of the loans at
jiroi:nt required by the Governments of tho
Duchies : Tuscany, 1211,000,000 fraucs : M--dena
5,000,000 fronc?, aud Parma K.OOO.HOO
fraucJ. The city of Holugna has also been au
thorized to lui.-o tbe suai of 60,01)0 franos.
The Tutsan ,lAni'li.f"publi.-'hos a decree,
abolishing the Tu;cau army regulations aDd
udontini! those of tbo Sardinian
A letter from Naples says that the people
were muoh exeitod iu rcjjnrd to tho high price
of corn, and that the Government, in oonsc
quence, bad ordered tbo purchase abroad of a
large quantity.
Genoral Pariui bad accepted tho command-in-chief
of tho army of Central Italy.
Garibaldi's command comprise:! tho trocpj
of Tuscany and Uodciia.
Au earthquake had taken place ct Soro'm.
Two hundred persons were killed and a larce
number injured. Nine thousand of tho popu
lation had encamped in the neighborhood of
the town. The Pope had dispatched niiitance.
Lato advicoB fioua Kcuieeay that the Fronch
Minister held a cos fen nee with Cardinal An
tonelli on the subject of tho re-organizution ot
the Legations. Ono Trench division only was
to remain in Borne.
Bologno is said to have dissolved the regi
ment iu vrhich Home of 3Inzzini's volunteers
hid attempted to cause on excitement.
Tho garrison of the Popo was on the maTch
to Pcscio, whore troops were being concentra
ted. Tho cloctious in Kouingna. pnsaed off tran
quilly. Tho Mayor of Parma itsued a proclamation
on his return from Paris, in which he roported
the conversation he had with tho Kiupcror.
Napoloan said: "Tell your population that my
army shall never do violence to thrir wishes,
and that I will not permit another foreign power
to do violence against you." The Mayor add?:
"These words make you arbiters of your own
destinie;:"
Garibaldi bad resolved to maintain strict dis
cipline in the army of Ccntml Italy. Ia an
order of tho day he says : "I will canso to be
shot any ono nlio m.11s himself a Mnzziniau, a
Republican, a Socialist or even atinribuldian."
He will havo none with him but soldiers and
Italians.
Tho Neapolitan Government had ordered tho
purchase of a large quantity ofioorn abroad.
The cholera was spreading a ng tho sboros
of tho Baltic.
C.'unt De Moray, in his speech at Ilia
opening of tho Council 'lencral of the Depart
ment of l'ayde Dono, endeavored to show tlat
tho apprehensions oxUliag in England of a
I'rutich invasion were quito ground!?;:, and
that, ou the contrary, Franco wae very desir
ous of cementing tho r.Uiance between tho two
countries, and wupimr
- dIv a manufacturing
denounced that per-
end crmmorciai wa.r. nc denounced tout 1
lion of tho English press nnd thoe member
of r.iniamsn
ant who questioned the intention of
i Government. Thespeeoh attracted
in nltonllr.n u. ii w.j rnr..,r,l.,t ua
the i'rench
oonsidorablo attention, as it wus rcgurded as
an enunciation of the bouliinouts of tho Km
pcror. Tho "Paris Cumtitvti'iiii'.tl, in an articlo ou the
Duchie", eaya: "Tho Kmporor ajreed, at
Villa Franca, to tho restoration of tho farmer
reigning Prince?, lie has not yet given up all
hopes of success, nnd will fulfill loyally to the
end his disinterested mission, but if he should
not suocecd to reunite tbo Princes and tho poo-
pic in mutual aocoru, 11 is not 111s lnteutioa to
force either ono or tbo other. It is not the
wish of His Majosty to follow the errors of tho
ancient Austrian policy, whose ormed inter
vention in the ftll'ttivs of the Peninsula, has
coased forever. We have given to tho Italian
people advice which wo bilievo wisu and pru
dent, and which, if they do not follow, will
grieve us, but which wo could not press upon
ihcm by force. To us Italy owes hor inde
pendence. We ahull not take away from her
agiiiii what we have giveu her yesterday."
The Turin llour market had rutin more
firinni-sB, and pricca wero tending upward.
Wheat was without niawriul change. At
Mardiiillcs the corn mnrkct was dull and de
clining. WincB wero in good demand tit
higher prices iu several of the principal
luarkcui.
Tlio foruintiou of eight military districts,
the hcad-cpiarters of which will he at Nantes,
wns 11 bout completed.
Tbo CoimlUvtiomul of Tuceduy coutuiiit; nu
article repudiating, in thobtrougeel terms, the
fratricidal policy of invar with Knj;U'.ii i. It
says: "The Eruperor ha3 no thought to
avengo the past, but repair the future. For
tho uake of consolidating the English al
lianco ho has ou every occasion combatted
the hereditary prejudices of the I'rench
people."
The Bour3evvao dull, arid 011 the ZOth ult.
the prices gave way fully per cent.; tho
three per cents, closing ut 681'. hOc.
England. Tbe Directors nf the steamer
Great Eastern havo declined Mr. Lover's last
ollor, and their original programme will be
carried out. Tbo vousel has bcou closed to
the publio and was to leavo tho Tunuim iu a
day or two and be ready to leavo for Portland,
Maine, en the 15th instant.
The Paris correspondent of tho London
Tunes, in a lettor dated on the ovening uf the
28th, says : "A private letter from Zurich, of
the 2Hth-ult. states that the labors of the
Plenipotentiaries were going on slowly enough,
notwithstanding tho auncuueement made a few
days ago that it was doubtful if any important
point had been suttled. Whether tho fault is
attributable to the Plenipotentiaries them-
selvos, to tho preliminaries of tho treaty, to the
v 111a r ranca, or iu iue cmpirors n il navi'i ;
taken into calculation, In their eajer anxiety
to make peace, all the difficulties of tho nego
tiations, no one knows. Home poople iodine
to the opinion that this dolay iB intentional,
and tho inmner In which M. Dobonreny is
acting lends soma color to the suspicion.
What the French Government will at last havo
to do is) simply to doclaro to Austria that it has
done all tltat was morally la its power ia favor
of her proteges, or else it must dispone itself to
impose thorn on tbe Duchios by intrigue, if no
by fnrie."
Few or no policies had been taken out ou
the ship Great EcMcm nt LloydV, thct under
writers being pfinTul'y unwilling to trans
net business until the completion of the trial
trip. There were norno uuxi-mi to hco the
ship talo out of tho Thiunc1.', but tlioru iu
charg" of her en'xituuied lm I'cm-H mi the
suhjeet.
liuiKu llitnloicil 111 Loudon mi tin 2iUi
ult., in tin ."vciity-nfrb yenr ot' )e Jie.
IIii bail lie'Mi in n. declining st;it nt' hon'th
foraeoiinidi.'raliiiitiiii". ,
Tim ty!n and nyn! funiily had gone to
Scotland for their iikiiu.1 Anttimn vi.-i.t, tin was
arianged.
JW letter received by hliii from iUPnard
Ji, Dana, uf UodtoU, on the aabjoot of ballot In
tha t nited 6ulH. Mr. Dana ihowa the bene-r-oft
it otthb ballot Jj'stetn, and eiplalta that In
America it has been found necessary tor 'suri-
I'elogriiljhH- coiliiiiJiniBftliutt between In
rrtuml ntwl
This would cxiiediuto tbo reccllin of liews
. f.. . t - M ...I ILh JflVO
k . , . i , ila-vs.
1IUII1 1UUIU VI a MVUV V u w
Lorit kaiUtodk Dubllshes Id.tBC l"nuoo
iy agaiuH fraud, tu deprive it ot the eiemeiu
..P i.n(r
Tho utiiko of th London builders continued.
The .Widow Timet, in a leading article on
Kn'rlumix iU(r. n l vil IlfHI lAMiililD . WVB m
ia It now ranldly aDiiroacbinK, If indeflrl he
has not actually attained, iu which no assailant
n l.,,.i In ntlnplf hpr With iOIDUUUV.
ttSSi:
been cstal llahcd.
A Cabinet Council, Une.lpectcdly summoned
for the 2'Jth ultimo, had given tied to various
speculation. It wus generally supposed that
tho meeting bod reference to the now phazo of
tho Italian quection
Vmsxii Tha PrusBinn Rovernment waj
vigorously maintaining the prohibition to ex
port horses.
Gkrmanv. The cholera was spreading all
along the nhores of the B.illic.
A combination of bankers and financiers
had been furiocJ at Frnnkfort-on-tho Main,
for contrnctinR the Bavarian -U per cent, loan
to iMrny uiilitnry esppuscs. Tbo loan In iifiiod
at itSJi per cent, and is fur about il.OIIO.nilO.
BnsstA It is stated that tho Russian Gov
crciner.t lad given nrdora to dcmodiliza the
first three tor,o J'uriiicn plnoc i under tho order
of Prince Meii 'liikoff in Poland.
Tho whole 12,000,009 laau had been sub
scribed. Ism a Tho Bombay mail of August 5
would roach Kngland ou tho day after the
steamer railed.
Intellincii'H) had beon received at Lloyd 1
tlBt at, Calcutta, on July 26, there was a oy-
nlnno in tho llooelev Eiver. and that two
stcamors nnd a number of other vessel wore
wrecked.
LONDON MARKET.
LoNnov, August 'M
Wheat U l2s. lower. Sugardull at a trifling
decline on tho iuferior grades. Cuffoo buoyant.
Ten irtictive, but price unaltered, lliee steady,
ThIIow firm at ,'i53.(j,55s.lid. Linseed Oil 2',ls.
Tho auction sale of wool went off quito brisk,
at an advance ef 1 Wfc,2d.
Losdon, August 31. Coffee firm at a slight
advance on nil grades. Breadstuff! dull at
Monday's decline. All other articles of mer
chandize ore without material nlungo.
THE LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
London, Weduesduy. A tolegraphic dis
patch from Zuiioh to-day Bays that tho private
coufcrcueo continues. Tho London Timti't
Paris correspondent says: "ThinKS are going
on so badly at Zurich aa to render a dissolution
of the conforenoe in a fow days probalilo. A
Congress of War soems to bo the only alterna
tive, to whiehAustriais decidedly opposed, nnd
which will have as little success as this oon-fcrcD'TO."
From Washington.
J "t purpose. In the language of a dietin
Ic Ssh Mexican lutctionary, the country js
Washington, Bcpt. 12. Miuistot JIoLane
was in official rouiniunicatinn with tho Execu
tive Deparliuitit, to dny, on business portaining
to bis mittiun to Mexico.
Further n:ui reliable advicca from Vora
Cru., uatjd the 1st u!!., stiito that the Consti
tution! (lovorrnient bad paid the full amount
of tho I'rench claims out of the custom receipts,
being $14",0(w. This uruiey came into the
hands of M. (i-ibriac, the French Minister, who
hn.M tailed to distribute ia tho manner providod
in tho Conv ention. There was reason to believe
iu ofiiciil quarters that ho intended to invo.it it
in a private cotcrpri-o wiih Miramon,
Much iiniign.iticu ciinliniiei! to ba oxprcsEcd
against htm t,y tha Frcnoh residents.
It is soil that tho 1'iilure of the treaty be
tween Mexico aud tho United Statoswas owing
to tbe respective difference relative to the
claiifo tor thn protection of the right of way
proposed to be given to this Government, the
latter claiiniug to ho tbo bett judge wheneuch
pretention should bo undertaken by itself, and
tlio Jniret Cabinet holding that tho right
should bo exercised only in the event of Mcxioo
beinij inemmstent, and after application for
1 as ir inin) wih no war. ana iroui xut-luicnor an
, ispeaceablo.
j Commander M
th onl till JT U
aury is still cnMpcdnsons of
v tommittce ot tno Attaotio icie-
gntph Company, in examining tha tpooimenB
of cables best suited for Ocoan Telegraph.
Tho bit of romance rcktedby Mr. Willis iu
the Itr.r.tc Jminuil, regarding tlio earlier days
of Counnodoro Maury, in which it is stated,
that Vih'n a midshipman, ho was married to au
Owyhu Princess, is contradicted on Btithority.
The President ha? approved tie sentence of
the Court Martial held in Utah, dismissing
from the Army Lieutonant Lynde,of tho Fifch
Infantry, fcr conduct unbecoming an officer
and a gentleman.
Baron Jcrolt, tbe Prussian Minister, and his
family havo toturned to Washington.
A private letter from Lord Napier montions
his own arrival nt the Hague.
Tho steamer lironkbjm, lute from Vera Cruz,
and now at Mobile, has been ordered to proceed
to Now i'ork.
Assistant .Secretary of State, Apjiloton, has
returned to tho oily.
The P!f.(int of Wedrjoiday, is furnished by
tlio Southern mail. At tho latest 'i.'itos there
had not been a Diablo ca.'O of votnita at Vera
Cm.
Miramous soldiers had been without pay for
mouths, iu consequence of which there wcro
niunornua deserters.
fit Fr'ijn:vj, spanks of Atinislor MeLane, ns
having a bltjh snnf of honor nd a friendly
feeling towiird tuu .".'oxiiuii bepublio.
Mr. Lariohtina, t'jo .Secrotiiry of Legation,
ha 1 Im'oii luft in r;rir of tlio lirehkcs.
Business at 51.i.itlaa was unusually good.
Ou tho 1 5th of July , thoi 0 wcro li vo Inro A mer
icau veiceU iu port.
From Washington. Additional by the Star of the West.
Nnw Vokk, jseptenilicr 12 Tbs principal
eon.inocs of tho troticuro brought by tho
fUitvthn H'cat are Vi'ells, Fargo i Co. fcHUO,
000 j Freecaan & Co. $0u,i)CO ; American Ex
eliautta Bnk S206.UOO : Dannau, Sberman k
C 1. SU-'.UtiO ; Jlijfrnpniiian L'.mk $ttl2,00
K. Kelly Co.illni.UGO : A. Belu-DDt .lf.2,0(l0.
Thru was a eevuro g.ilo at Asplnwall on the
29iU ull,, doir.j.- coiuidcr.iblu duungo ' to
buildii.j. Odj uiiin wan killed by tlio falling
of tbo Walks of his building.
'J'tie friij.atei MnrrUnnr and tiirttuv , the sloop-of-wi.
r Yamttttbi uud the btoic-ship H'.rrti
rimaincit.it Panama.
The I'iimii;;.( would leave for hiuio soon.
Tho islnups-of-wir St. M.iiy, and Cyiif wore
on the Ceo.tr.tl American coast.
Advices from Guayaquil, Kcuador, to August
111, np.r.o tna: trio l eruvian I'.oet wis preparing
I to bombard that city, and nil the upper class
of cilbuns hn i removed from tbo city. Those
wl; 1 loa.iined were prcporiug for a dcpcrato
rerifltaiiiM.
lii-n. Cij'ill'j w:is tiio3icn(nri!y expected with
all Mil t'irce fmin i'.iIIm.
A iiis"troiis iiro nccrrrcd at (i!iayB(uil on
the IS:.h of Ji:!;, di'!royinr a whole block of
buildings.
'.t'li i 1 1 v i ; c ? from Vnloir;iivo were to tbo
and C iUi.i to I Jih ult. Ilic turo-h(iu-"
Dcii'i1: ,v Cn , at Valpirrtlji, win dcMn'VC-l by
fire, with lilty thous and ba'.helj of wheat.
A nc.v and rich cupper minn bad been diseoven
d aear Port Paudoasioar.
It wrw repirtcd that the Uritish Mlnintor
b ul dotnnndud tho presence of ships of wnr
Valparaiso, in eoiscqucncn of the expeotod
arrival tbrre of American steamers to foroo
settlement of tlio difficulties with the Chilian
Hiivurniaeul,
Tho .'-'pcioifh iMi.ii.-tor, Leon 'juevedo, had
nu In hi iiti.sm-i'j'fiU ntto.npt to neptiate
pe-iea lwtweiin Peru an i Kcn-tdor. The latest
acuor.uls iiy lii:it Peru had fwutlly decided
I iiimu wir miniut Ecuador.
' Xiie inctiirntiou at Huayaqnil was Ktopoed
' uuintv tiiro'isl the exertions "of tho crw of
ho I'nltal Sttitu frigite Snwar, and tho
Ooveruiaenthad made a publin acknowledg
ment to Captain Keely, of the frigate
Western News.
j
r . ..-,h."th, September 12,
n-.1 tl"Jwi fdvices to tbe 4th inrt.,
i llStilc Ringing WOO iu
gld.? Business at Ueftvar City J""11'
8 St. Lovis, September J2.-The ilah coi
w.i'Olileiit of the Democrat makes uu cxpote
S mulo .ale at Camp
that L duartc-raaster tScnoral received i
Order from tho Secretary 0
.1.- ,r Tilr. iluli dav as.caah f all pur
chaeM Jriudo by hiin.Mid that the ae
tionser
m or - - , . .
received aocroi insiruui-iu"" Trr
ruci.i. fiunroa. Under
niu ca U aiuimia uv. ' o 1 uf
. . it .u:.l.. 4nvilMtftrI upwaru 01
ard ot
1 little
those terma aiu.V.jr K" -" ft liltlo
ntiA
thouaauit luuioj, iy s j;-- -,A
1...K
v,V. nhr nurtiea woultt
Government at ?" o -thousand
mules at IlM Pwn price.
Papers by I ho Utah i Uu" bhun" a
count of the7 massacre of
River, Oregon, on the 2-Uh A
Vannoclc liosnon 111a .- d
..-I l.ill.,.1 ,?
DUO wuiuau ii.i - , . 1uor-
ono v.oman wounded-souio of -,be '"of
tally. The Indians robbed the g
$1,700, and drove oil a large qU."". ,
slock. Tho same Indians were P" , i8ei
rep'or'ed as having beoa severely chasu N
k- T :.,,fAnnt(lruv.
- Ul.Y -
Charles 'Croe-.W, Samuel Wells and WuV
liara J. Oabortio, (i&M bav8 beea ulccted
to tho Utah Legislature,
Indicted for Kidnapping.
Boston, Sop. V2 ffht Orana JuryofBartt-'
stable County has indicted Captain Borland,
of the brig Jibbertion, G or ham Crflvelle, the
owner, and Captain Bacon, of the scSotmer
eiiiabutk, for kidnapping and returning tff
slavery one Colunibui juoos, who had escaped
by concealing himself oa boa.'tt the A'ooer'wn
at Pousacola.
Laying of a Corner Stone.
Boston, September 12. corner-stono
tho Koniau Catholio Church of Ut. Francis de
rjalas wns laid nt OtiBrledtotrn, yesterday, in
presenoe of Bishop Fitzpatriolt, of Boston, and
Archbishup Puroell, of Ciucinoati. .
Later from Havana.
Nkw Oklrans, September 12. The steamer
Granada furnishes udvices from Havana of
the 9th inst. .
There was an improved demand for Sugars.
sterling Exchange was quoted at 14(015 per
cent, premium.
Ohio State Fair.
Zanebville, September 12. Tbo State Fair
Grounds, which tho directors pronounce to be
the fluent ever ocuupied, are now complete.
Ample stalls for cattle and hortos, and inex
haustible supplies of water arc provided.
Entries are coming iu very fast, and the
prospects indicate that the present will be tho
must successful exhibition ever hold by the
Society. Tbo Cincinnati, Wilmington and
.aucaville Railroad Company has completed
its irack directly to tho entrance of the
grounds.
New York Bank Statement.
Xku- York, September 12. The bank state
ment for the week ending on Saturduy shows
an increase in loans of 237,000; do. specie
f J8i,n0H; do. circulation $1."'J,000, and a de
crease in doposiw of $110,000.
From Boston.
Boston, September 12. The eighth an
nual session of the National I'harmacutinl
(society will meet in this city to-morrow.
Delegates aro expected to be prcBent from
every Statu ia tho l nion.
The town liall at Medford was purtiully
dost roved by lire ou Saturday night also tho
dry good iitore of Jonas Coburu, tho provi
sion store of James Gibson, aud some other
properly.
From Portland.
. gov
ernment has made special arrangements to
honor the arrival of tbe 67-t Ecut'.m. The
programme include? a publio dinner and a
graud ball and a military display, with other
manifestations of rejoicing.
Tremendous Conflagration.
Iln.ii'Av, Heptcuiber 12. A
conllagraiion occurred in this city early on
fc'aturiiay morning. Two whole blocks on
Gntnvillo-strcet, nuiuboriug fifty building.,
and including thirteen extensive dry goods es
tablishments, wcro totally destroyed. The
duniago is not estimnted, but it must necessa
rily ba very large. It is reported that three
men were killed.
Later from Mexico.
JCkw Urlkans, September 12. Tho steam
ship tiranatla, from Havana on the 0th inst.,
arrived here lo-nie,ht. The liewu from Pan
ama aud South America is unimportant.
The IrorynfivilleiVoof tbeloth inst., says
it was rumored that Miramon, with o,000
mcu, entered San Luis Potasi, and that Gen
eral Murouesi had entered Zncatecas. Gen
em! Urlega, Governor of Zacatecau, had been
killed in battle.
MARRIED.
ZE lMEB MOSHIi: R-Ou the ath inBt., 'l? Elder
v. nj. V rSii-uttoti, AoKiuto Zuiur, lato of PHa,
XI I., tu Airs, Jane 21. Mushier, formorly of Darrltoh,
Ut.io; ...
Emjac.su 'n tlio lotli lull., at tlio resilience -f
Mr. llnry WIho, Jin. Kvu Frioduinn. ot Itiis city, to
Jtr. ijumuel Wise, ol ParkenLnrg, Va.
DIED.
j
. KlN'G-f'ii tho 10th inst., at 10 oclock, of con
(iiiiil'li'.o, Jlrs. Miirtha, w ito of om. O. King, afjed
J ,-rj kuiI 3 ojontli-i.
VANN-Un tiie imli inst., at V.i V. M., of conges
tion uf the lirniii, Anna Maiia, eldest daughtorot
Muriu niui Ann Vann, aged 8 years nnd I im.mti.
' W'Al'aON On tho lOtli iust.,at8 u'olock, Wm. 8.
Wation, n'M-Jciiil ut Cheviot, ioruiorly of this city,
aged til ypsivs. .,.
"I want to lie an auRfl,"
1'OltPllGY On tli loth inst., ut Ihn resiilencs of
hor l iilu-r, in l.'ovni'jti ii, of coueuuiption, fc.irah
Klizaliclli, filikut iluuhier of Sr.inud unit Elir.a
L'atherine Poniuej'.agnl Ibyoara,
Hern rist tlio iM our loimi-r race,
Ami bbuviir tolls shall close;
Tbou slmii wc seek toy reitiug place,
A nil e huro thy lung ropoeo.
tVo point thee here with tears hedew'd,
Bright fl.e' of heavi-nly oy,
And ofic. shall our erlefi renow'd,
Xlieae flowing founts supply.
Hut thou shlt iri In beauty bloom,
A plant of Purailiae,
Ami iditdilen with ihy nwmt pertumo,
Our luhnsious in thoukies.
anw g a a a
Dixon's Blackberry "Carminative,
A tl.U t, EASY AND EI'KECTUAL CUES, FOE
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, &c,
ItWIwenty-five cetils pr bott!e."f
GEO. M. DIXON, Pruggint,
au.'tl-i:ia Corner uf Filth aud il:iiu-lrmit.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
nrrsiNEss mf.wh praykh
MBRTf VOS a held every mornlna lu th
tiij.-ment of tholiret (jhurcn. Aiiaroinvitea, jyi
flv XEONARD SWARTZ WILL
fiuiS? lie a candidate for County Commluloner of
ii mini on County at Hie cunuing Ontober election,
aulil-tf
HAMILTON COUNTY FAIR!
HAMILTON COUNTY FAIR! —AT—
CARTHAGE,
September 13, 14, 15 and 16.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
a
RAILROAD.
a
ffi-jSSTRAIW WrUi LEAVE CI M-
ftiSI'i? (JINN ATI for tlm lTAIlt UHOI'MS at
a A A:, 1" A. M.; I V. U., aud i:i P. M.
n m.lT,,, will lu'tvn 11.. TmVIv flvntiMil. Wnr
I rHni'lnnittl t lo;lj A. 31.; 1: JI.; 4:l.i t. M., and 6:l
I V. SI.
i Tin-MM A. M. anil 4 V. M.tratun from Dayton nil)
; ul jn stop r tin1 FalrlirouniU.
1 lfiT from Cinrlimnti to tlieTAfrfSrimnd! and
j r.'linn, HflY CUNTS. Th'keta gowl on any ot I lie
auove iraiun. rnr fiio nt in" licmit imrc, nxui-street
Depot. laoptnawj D. UcLAKEN, Snpt,
NEW " ADV11RTV.SEMI.rr7 C8.
KEMOTAJLi.,;
CARPETS COST
I WILL UEMOTK TO MY NKV . BtOB , J, I'JIDBB
FIRST OFOC TOB112 R,
. AND OFFKB MY PHES'EKT STOOff hT
G-reatly Reduc;ecl Pr-'ees.
HESMRY FALLS,
''Vest Foui'iIii-9 trcet.
TIOB
3XTO
m 'to roi;r, not
tsar GENTLX-MEV -inlay .ramfonnoc-
obtain our now style uf Hatou Sat .i)r uiauufactur
tkiwe'iavducrfasedourfacllltio. tlilselegaut
HiK. anu' sliatl hve a conBtunt snprly ot -,,(r(l o
Tir.ifHiit ftlwKys on hand-tho'-No I'lin x. ,
thoseaif
j. c. TOWEiis as uo.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS,
No. 149 Main-stveet,
ONB Bo0B BBI'0' FOURTH.
(b-pj3-aw
Improved Two-Threadea lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING riAOHI
&2 5, 30 and $35.'
fBtllf! SATISFACTION WHICT1 T1IE8'
JL muchrnra has Rivon to Ibose wlio hT been
mlna itiem, in all klid of FatntVy Sewlne, leti'ta i
to recommiinit them t the public, with' the fullest
cpntliloiico that tlmy will Hlvn eiiliM muwfaction
wherTSruHit. Andefrum nil kluclsof Kewnnc.tbar
v.mhb riiKR licuutiruliy. They are iniill wspi-i'ts, aa
ri"? rd s ihvuxacuiion or work, llrnt-ilasn mocli ijies
They aro now on exhiliiiicm n tho tir. wo null
takBplcftiirtein oxplaluins tho wo-'khis rf our ni
chinea, and Rivo specimeaa of our viTli to nil wijo
will tavor in with cull tuur:ilo-t''i-mi enrnor ol
VI ue and Flfth-tr'. oiei-CoU ic Jiopkia s a ore.
To rwrsoua reildiim ou) f tlieoitv, who will In
close lie a three-cent stamp, with their Kili)rew,ve
will send unri ircular, with speci-isius of wora.
I. 0 "ox 2JIM, (!iuanali, O.
Tr Agonta wantoil tlirouKhmit Ohii' nnd Ken
tucky. iwi:iam
iHAmi v viiLiivum.v)
i.nVC( TSStHiS TO XtXON (1001151 AN,)
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers
CAHUH AND f'AUt) HUK13TS, PEINUSG 1SKS,
. AI i'APER MANl'VACTURBB
MATIiKlALS.
' Agents tor THK MAOMOL1A !M1!.L3 WKITIKG
PAl'KHS.
Ihinnt'iclnreraof la(.nt Macliiue-made
PAPER liAGrS,
A I, I. HI IIS.
I-Ios. 77 and 79 "Walnut-street,
CI SCI "8S ATI.
COLE & loPKENS;
- sc,'i:ssous to
aEO.M.W()OI), Have received a superb stock
of Dross Goods, of every de
scription, comprising all the
Latest Novelties oftlie
French and European Mar
kets.
WE ARE DISPIAIfUSG
Elegant Velvet Flounced
Robes;
Double Skirt Silk Robes;
i . ,
Rich Velours de Paris ;
Evening Silks;
Printed Meriiioes;
Paris Delains,&c.
"With our enlarged premises
and increased facilities for
business, we are enabled to
offer unusual advantages to
our customers.
S3 AMlD-.Kt I-'H'TU-ST.,
C( iRJi I3R OF VINE.
IseplZel .
"FAO:iTllA WE. "
1859.
i 'i xo . '. '.. '
MEHCIlilS&JllliLINEltS!
WE IU VITUS YOUR PARTICULAR AT
TKNTIO.N to our largo collection uf Itich
andJiloitiint
HILK"
KIUBONS,
II UAU-Ult-ES.-iKM,
FltUftCH KI.OWLltM,
K.1.151tOIiKRII,
HONNKTS,
i ' CLOAK, -
ULOVES,
' liAVEH, iVe.,Ao.
; STRAW GOODS.
A lurire solnatlon from nil the mireltlps of tile sea
son. Alto, the Urgent uud mmt complete RMinrtnient
' SHAWLS;:'
To Im finnd In any JnbMiiV-lioiiae in the Venl. All
nrwhldi w otr.r to CAtH AND SUOHT-llMIl
UtlYKKHut UAMTKUN PltlCK-l.
W. P. DEV0U & R0CKW00D,
83 AWDftS PEARI..8TREET,
iep ,. CISOINNATI. , ow
NEW ADVER1 .'ISE MHBFTS
BR OTHER HON, & CO.,
' An-; . T .v
Dealers iii Exchange.
': CINCOTJAtii'l.1;.-- ' '
fllHE Ulf DCRSIOM BD OF TEE- LATH
JL House of
GILMORE b . Et HfTHEHTO N, t-. :
Has commenced tmeinow under tbe above firm nam
AtNos. T and 9 Third -streeti.tTrastt Com
pnnv Buildin.) .
sep7am J. II. BKOTHERTOW.
B. ELLIS, Ja. ' " ' J. W. VIBTOM.
R. ELLIS, Jr., &CO.,
(BTJCCESSOItB TO WOOD, I"EA t CO.,3 '
NO. 15 WEST TIHRD-ST.
" ' ' raepHliwf 1
FALL TRADE.
MARS) W ARE!
Ull 1 CO.,
13 WALNUT-ST.,
I3VtI O HTEIIS
- -AND
WHOLESALE DEALERS
is-
Outlory
VB t'ANOFi'EKlNDl'CEMIiNTS TO WBSTERM
MEKCU ANT8 TO
Buy their Good s in this Market
Wo haw juit opciiet 1 a lart'o ansortnmut of
tfsorge Wosten holms & Son's
mSlm 2JLm Bi'i Jf
pocket uutlb:ry,kazobs,&c,
I'on.rliing-nll tl te Latent Patterns.
Wn also lmieaietof latterns TVOSTKKHOIMS'
Kuircn, from wh'eh w tr die order for Importation.
SHEFFIELD.
Spear k Jackwn'8 Files;
Siear & Jacksott's Chisels;
Spear & Jackson's Saws,
FOR SALT. "11 Y
H. G A N G & C0.,
IMPOBTE'iKS,
138 WAINUT-SlTREET.
liver Aiaes & Son's
SHOVELS & SPADES;
Hall, Brown & Co.'s,
LAMPSOifj GOODMAN & C0.'8;
CUTLERY;
FOR SAIiE BY'
II. U AM t& ,CO.,
138 "Walnut-street.
,Greenwood&Co,s,
W00DB01GII & McPARLlN'S,
JAS.t.HAVEN&CO.'S,
ANU CTHKB- .
Cincinnati Manufactures, .
FOR SALE AT THEIR PRICES.
; ' ' ' ' . ... ,'. ' ' '.' .
llowcll (iiino & ov
HARDWARE,
188' Wahmt-st
isopS-c-TliKrTul
"la n"e it Tod le y,
KAHUVACTUEKBS Ol1 '. J;.;
Wood-Working Machinery,
, AND CIROTJLAU- SAW MILLS, . V,
Corner John and Water t..tClncJnnutl,0.
-n-lr j I - - i ;
THE AMERICAN
Railway Quide,
FOR SEPTEMBER, ':
JUST BECBIVEI), PHICI 85 CENTS,
' , For sale by E. MENDENflALL,
ep3 At his nsw itora, Mo. 10 Wast Flftll-lrt.

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