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THE PRESS,
AHDT W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL.
Diroki ato iaeFairoea.-" .
0FF1C1 XO. 14 VEST rOCHTH UTRfET.
CINCINNATI:
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14
The Mechanics' Exhibition.
We bar been deeply interested :n the every
day manifeetationj of publio regard fur the
display made for thnin by our mochanios and
manufacturer!. Daily and nightly the roowi
are thronged with visitors. The different de
partment! art aearohed by lome for novelties,
to gratify mere curiosity for more odditlei.
The majjr portion of vlaltora examine, to aca
artlclei beat adapted fur given uies; they
patiently obiorve and eoniparo. Intentora
and manufacturers are benefited by competi
tion. Bach obaervei the itrong points la bin
neighbor' tpeoiiueni, and learns to correct bia
own deflclencloa. In this regard, the emula
tion and rivalry doea all partiei good. Ilavlng
given a baaty glanoe about the rooms, we give
a few more ipeoifio notiew.
HOMINY MILL.
OowDr A Wki.sb'h Tprlght Hominy Mill,
bero on exhibition, in la praotioal use In the
city, uud wo havo the testimony of those who
manufacture with theso machines, that tliey
obtnip an advanced price for tbo hominy tlniii
made. Those who ice the working of thouiill
rooognize a remarkable advantage in the por
fcotionof tbiiwork. The corn la worked dry;
and tbia machine, being dwJo at but light
cost, will cause the more diffused use of this
obeap and desirable food. The rights for uto,
in this and neighboring Waatorn States, aro for
aale by Richjikdbox, Weight k Holmak,
Springfield tbat ohoioe place for manufacture
of agricultural instruments.
HOMINY MILL. BRAMBLE'S SUSPENDED SPRING BED.
It is claimed for this new style article of
furniture tbat itn oiinplicity, comfort and
graceful appearance is suck as to recommend
it for household elegance and luxurious cow
fort, and, when "sickness damps tho brow,"
the moat comfortable) and convenient for the
sick and invalid. It has no feet, but is sus
pended on springs, so that no jar on the floor,
or even of the bed, can incommode the per
son lying on it. ItlinsagenUonpringingaud
Bwaying motion, horizontal and perpendicu
lar, not to be attained by any othor contriv
ance. The head and foot-boards can bo re
moved at will for the convenience of putting
on or removing a tick person. Mr. H. F.
Eobins, of Madison, Indiana, manufactures
this novel bedstead. Mr. H. McCi'M.ouan is
sgont at the Fair.
CARTER'S FILTERING HYDRANT.
As good cloan water is a blessing, it be
comes those building houses to inquire if
Carter's Filtering Hydrant, which cleum
and filters itEelf, is not ohetiper than those in
common use. See samples manufactured by
J. B. AT. Gibson, of this city.
NEWSPAPER ADDRESSER.
Tbtre bss been on inhibition a p'irtially ma
tured mnohino, by wliioh great economy of ei
ponso and time iscxpeoted to result froui its e."e,
ia tu.tiling a large circulation of newspaper.
We Eiiy partially matured, fur although tlio de
tiga has great merit, it is not completed
thero being as yet no inking attachment. The
iiuthor is a forvent, hopeful, enthusiastic no a
chioist not a printer who, nftor considerable
reflection and soma conference with practical
men, dashed off his present design, obtaining
lis patent only but month. Ic is a mnablne
whioh wo oan perhaps but incfi!?iently describe,
from the itutfy of but a half-hour. Imagine
no endlets metallic belt of brass say six inche.i
wide and twoaty-four fuet two Inches in
length revolving at a night even with tba
waist of a working-boy, ovor two wheelp, on
at each end. This bdtj in revolving, brings on
a lovel, oonsecutively, four divisions in which
are plaoei, as the belt revolves, tjpo-frauiei
containing typo to print twenty papers with
addresses. Four divisions, twenty pnpers to a
division, make eighty papers to one revolution
of the belt. Even by slow hand-powor, as we
observed, the belt made thrco rorolutlona in
ono minute thus addressing two hundrod an.l
forty papers each minute equalling fourteen
thousand four hundred per hour. Grnnltagtcii
thousand to be tho result, tho sanuino proprie
tor concludes that the cost of ono man and lour
boys tending tho machine ths brief period
needed will be but one-eighth of the cost now
paid to persons writing addrosses, deemed to be
worth $1 per thousand.
The process of feeding the papers in the
maohine may be tbus described: two boyi
stand by the machine with the edition of tho
paper folded np ready for wrapping at hand,
and between equal compartments on t'uorvolving
belt are laid tho folded papers, c.
tendingover the type-frames laid longitudinally
on tho revolving belt; as each piper paseei
betweon two friction rollers one above aud tho
othor below the bolt the paper is pressed dowa
upon the type frame, imprinting across tho
middle of the paper the desired address. Each
type frame is, say two and a half inohes wido
by one inch thick, containing twonty separate
grooves, in which, by two screws, tho name
and place of residence in small-cap types Is ad
justed. When needed they can be removed at
will, and others substituted. Tor club papers
no wrappers are needed, and the paper is by
this process legibly addressed at a uniform
part of the paper; go that when a postmaster
takes them from his boa, all are in order,
he ean road thoir address without difficulty.
The inventor, Mr. Gkorob Hctchibon, has
taken his machine from the city, having
yesterday left for his residence in Allegheny
City, where bo ean be addreeeed by lotter.
Another model hu been placed in the Fair,
of which we may speuk beroofter.
Mammoth Methodist Conference In Manchester,
England.
A nineteen dnyn leaoi'm of six hundred
Jlothodiat rvliuiatcrs, in Jlauchcater, Kag
land, hna just closc!. Botue of tho ablest
proachsro of the British Isle 7ere in atteiij
a tics.
Our Own County Fair.
The Hamilton County Fair opened yosturday.
We promise our readers that they will
bo well ropaid for a visit. AVe will makonoto
of tho Meritorious points of intcrnut distin
guishing ths Fair from day to day.
Street Railroads In Philadelphia.
Thers was a terrible outory at projected
Street-railroads in the City of Urotherly
Lots. Now fourteen routes are in tuocessful
daily use, and three nujre Trill be ready for the
"two hoii ear."
Street Railroads In Philadelphia. Daniel Tucker has got Out of the Way---Omnibus Stock Below Par---The First Street Railroad Car on the Track.
IX'iw - :-,-"4-.i -iE'.r-"ryijyi'Jiia
li Street Railroad Comply
The Clnoinna
j ..
yesioroay p aoeu a dbi iwu-iiurro iianvugcr
' v ' .
J oe
l i-. . - - t rft lit. J!..
oyiv.MD.u, s .,rm.
adelphla,and 1. tho one named the "IJIteen
City " uch made. few trip, on the Little
Miaui Railroad, some blessed Sunday, a few
week, ago. It was sold to the "Cincinnati
Street Uallroad Company" and now b.a.s its
,m 1... . ni. ......!
nnmo. add can now uuuer j nurauuu
manufacturers will be placed on tho trnck from
day to day a, they are completed. The route
opened is from tho Chumbor of Commerce to
.i.n:.. T...:tJ1.. r v:-,i,..fm, .n.i
wr...
T,,Pin,ilnliSn1nn;.,n.n,lHn,Bnv.0i,
tho morning of the 1st of Aujt, found that
tbey had boen awarded Street Railroad Roulo
gravel and dirt he. been removed flora the
rails, and tho iirst trip of tho people's popular
lineisto take place this morniig. The cur in
, .- t ,..,
use was mauo
miller-stroot, theBCO up Enymlller to Maple-
Irct, thonce on Maple to Frcoman-strect,
tbonco on Freeman to Western-row; thonce,
r.tnmir.. on Freeman to Seventh-street,
No. 2, vis: commencing at the intersection of
Fmirtli nnd Wnlnut-straets. thence ut Walnut
-
. ... ,,. .t i i n-
10 iMUiu-sireec, ineano uunninum j -
- o.
mence on ,evemn u T.n-.un,.w..
Vine to Fourth-.treot, thence on Fourtk to
nut-street, to tho place of beginn.ng.
The term, exacted, sd as per contract, are,
ho company i, bound ta arrange with oisn
i,. i!, Hm Lowldorod streets of their
.....,-..,.
route in repair, to p,iy to tho city, monthly,
tbo tun, of one centfor each and every pas.en-
;;er carried by said co.npany-thelirst monthly
,.in.nt to be made in one month from the
cnmmenoeinont of the running of the cars;
and ilso to wto the city, annually in ad-
vance, tho suui of thirty dollars, as licenrc,
on each car omployed by thorn on tneir route,
Street Ka.lroad Company nave got mo ...
route j laid with the rati, and to-day ah ow su -
c.fully that th e obstruot.on offe
nary twel is but slight The following list
and to soli tickets, in packages, twenty-live
for one dollar,
, ,
wnt, nmmor,1alil Indintrv the Cincinnati
ku rf
,,,., hM been handed
T T a- . P ..M.nT Dr John L
... by th, ' Ireasnrer: President Dr. John L
V'''0'?
rectors, J. 1 V attibe W J'
II. Hakdy, C S.Kauvma and 0. B"
Success to this route; succoss to all the other
... , , ,..i j .l.
routes; success to tho poop who traye 1 u th.
Street Railroad ears; nnd we cordially hop.
that the contracts made with the city by each
company will be fairly and fully earned out.
As the city owna a fifth interest in tho grosa
receipts of all the.e organizations, it is to tho
interest of the tax-payer, to give It a generous
aupport,
Shade Trees versus Parks.
Vo have no unfavorable regards toward the
property-holders skirting tho lower side of
Twelfth-street, or Flum-strect from Twelfth to
Fourteonth-street. We have no inclination to
oppoFO a measure proposed by so worthy u
oitizen as the Chairman of the J'inaiico Com
mittee, of the City Council, of tho Queen City.
V"e oppose, out aud out, tho"l'arU" resolution
offered last Wednesday niijht by Mr. Thomas
II. W sassier. V'e moan tho propofitiou to
instruct and authorize the City Solicitor to
condemn two additional squares cf ground, tu
complete a grand jipinre, in which tho Elm
streot Orphan Asylum lot, now tbo city's, is to be
wedded on its right, to all that portion betweon
it and Twolfth-stroot; and tbeoli Presbyterian
burying-ground now nominally Lafayette
Square, also owned by the city to be united
to the Ejilsoopnl burjing-grouud and nil tho
lots between It ond Fourteenth-street. Via
opposo the rofcolutton, becauso, if adopted, and
the two tquaros thuB extended aro properly
improved, it will take from tho people's pooko:
oii-3 qunrtor uf a million cfd'ilbirs; and this,
it is tororittned, is but the commenecnwnt ef
similar outlays. uv wo propose ro expend
iture of tbo whole half e. million cf tho fund in
ono l'-cuHty. Besides, wo would prefer to fee
fifty thousand dollars given, in lieu of it, t-..
tbo Cincinnati Horticultural Society, if they
v.'otld undertake to set out shude-tines along
c the streets of Citioinnfiti. Quit talking oi
parks, and give us fUndn-treea. 0, fries i
We-i;ner! why do you not iutroduct-the shade
tree ordinance T
Death of Leigh Hunt.
The voterun Litcrateiir, JiMi:3 Kknuy
Iwon HtlXT, tho most vivid of peetj andinoft
cordial of critics, so prchouiiced by Chuisto
rnnn NoitTii, tho ,ir.at alian translator, the
finciful an.! familiar e.iay-writcr, the non
derful word-painter Ik no uioro. Ho died on
tho 23lh ut. We had hut risen rouj uur peru
sal of tho fifteenth article of his "Occitioual"
coutributioas to tho London Sinclator, nhcn
ourojo traced tho tulegrapbio notice of hia
death. lie wns Eri'.ish barn, bat bi3 father
was educatod at tho Collego in Philadelphia,
but returned to Europe, whcTu he for a while
W8.S a lawyer, but uftervrard a ni'mihlr. His
mothor wan the daughter of a rbiUdulpbia
merchant, named Sukwki.i.. Her aunt w.i3 tho
wife of Rmsjami.n Wbbt, tho eminent Americau
pp.inter. Mott every reading person knows
that bo was the author of su innumerable
number of works. It wis but a vonr or soiikd
that aa American republication of h"u works
took place, arranged by hiinfitlf. Hound been
editor nud contributor to a Urge number of
newspapers.
Death of an Eminent Lecturer and
Clergyman.
A fow days siBoe Rev. Lr. (f kos;k 'iVasii
inotow Hup.nap, D. I)., of Baltimore, died, aged
fi fly-seven.
Clergyman. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Night Dispatches.
From Washington.
VfisniNOTON, September 13. Tho KtBto L'e
partment has rnoeivcd iefoiuiaticn from tbo
Minister at Berlin that Christian Kraal, an
American naturalized citizen who h,id hi on
compelled by force to enter the Ifanovariiiii
army, has, upjn the rsinonslraiioo of our
Kovcrnuient, been discharged fpim .the servioe.
Flag-oBicer Montgomery, of tho Pacilie
Squadron, writes to tho Navy Department that
Captain Kelly, of the Snrnnar, reports that he
could learn of no material interests of our
citizens at 'inayaquil demanding protoctiou.
That town wits evacuated by its inhnhitants.
and a bombardment bv tho navul f,irris nf!
l'eru was threatened.
Cuptaiu Mouloineiy says that, unless other-
wiae uirecteu, he proposes vititingnll tho ports
of Central A morion and Mexico as far north as
Mazatlan.
Information baa been received here that tho
steamers C'asi- Yrin'.sari nnd Mury I'tanai, on
the San Juan Rivor, Nicaragua, will bo ueized
for debt.
The Ainorican Firo Company, of Philadel
phia, is receiving marked attentinu, et-peoiaily
from our firemen. On visiting tho Executive
Mansion, to-diy, they wcre cordially received
by tho President, who briefly responded to a
presentation r. idross.
i A Ihtko mnrfs of documents ha'jbeen roneived
i from lleneral Ilaini.y rohitivo to tho Hun .dmn
j I.dnnd di.'pute, einUiicirn; copies of the cor
I respondenco with Governor Donulass.
There is rjo probability of the rotui n of (Jon.
Jero to Waiihinj'toa, but tho Jucarn;.-nHn be-
gali iu will rwnahi in ihirgo ol tfaaor 'Sloiiiu,
! ttic Costa Hie in -.1 inistcr.
New York Items.
Np.n- Yorii, Heptcinber 1 J. Tho nieinbors of
thu Stono-cuttorn Asso:iatioii of this city met
last evening at Atontfroniory Hall, lor tno pur
pose of giving exprosaion of their Bympmhy
with their brethrou now on a strike in Loudon.
They decided to contribute and tend theui ma
terial aid as soon ns poas'lds.
This uiorninj; there was luunchod from llonry
fiteers's Bhip-jnrd, at tho foot of Tenth-street,
Jaat River, a side-wheel stenmor of about sev
enty tons, built by the Now York State Colo
nidation Bocietv. She his b'jen uoinad tho
Sih Qranmar, after onr late distinguished
citizen, through whose munificence tho sooiety
wns enabled to assume tbo expense of tho un
dertaking. This stcuuier is dosignod to run on
the c:oat of Liberia from Cape Talmaa todal
linon, stopping at Monrovia and other points
on tbo route. The requirements of Liberia for
a vessel for this purpose have long boen evi
dent, and in tho early part of this year a mer
cantile firm hi Monrovia suggested to tho soci
ety that if it would construct a steamer, they
would charter her for a term of years, and pay
fur her in installmenU withiu that time.
Senator Trumbull, of Illinois, leavos this
evening to speak ia Cleveland on Thursday,
the 15lu iust.
From Portau-Platte.
Nsw Yoiik, September 1,'!. From Port-au-Platto,
by the brijt John Jl. ''er, wo have dutef
to tho let iiist. liusineiis w-tt very dull, and
tho tobacco crop ia nearly all bought up. There
wan hoc much paper nnd very littlo hard money
in circulation Tho three individuals detected
two months since iu tbe nut of landing and
pnssing counterfeit paper money from the
States cscfipod from tho jiil-koepor.
Tho people generally aro much dissatisfied
vr'nh the prevailing Government, nnd predid
a revolution shortly. There wo; Id not proba
bly bo much fighting. All thnt would bo ne
cessary would be lor a mnjority to dochro thoii
disati?fiwtion, nnd t lie tomiH would bo ceruii
to ccftte. Tbo treasury is kept dry as usual:
nil moneys :iro forM'.ided to tho city.
United States Fair.
CmCitiO, September 13 The priuoipil fca
ture of interoot at tee f-iir to day wits the for
ami opening.
'J'li! esreuioniei wern opened by an eloquont
sp-jwsh bv Lieutonast I'ilhiean, Piosident,
giving the hiAtury and origin of its objects.
was followed by tseimt irs Crittendon ana
JJ'suc.Iuh. 'J'he f'c-lUwim; S'aies were repre-
liiitcd: Ohio, ll!:ufiii, Ualiforni't, Maryland,
ioa, Kentucky, Wi:co;isin, Vermont, Penn
sylviiuiu, jSw York, Tez3, Indiana, Loui
.siaiui. Masjdchisef.i, Connecticut, Michigan
nnd Kn?:i3.
Aianngiho distinguished visiters are Sena
tor Hull, c'tewiirt, Criuondtu nnd Douelas.
'i iio Or.iml Jiueninpment of tho United
Stales ciitrtuiefHicd iti fcaeiou tn-day. Til'
delegiitibu promises to bslaro, and thus fur i
nf,ini"tl of the ni'jit ictlueiitiul uiun in the
Masonic Order.
Total Receipts of Cotton Crop.
NetT Yoiik, Dejjteinhor'lli. Tho Bhipping
liBtol'thij mty rujiorts tho total rcneipts ol
Hie cotton it.iji nt' nt nil ports of f ho
t'nik-d fatntv-j, r:t 3,S.'il,481 bnlrs, nnd the
totul crop at 1,01 7,l)Url Imles. Tho total ex-
inirh; 1H I'tiitfd Id t:t r!.t!UO.o
bales, ami the
ieo.i)tJ ht tho northern porta by railrond
fro.;, Teimcssve nt SS.UOO l,aU.
Cm irlestov, tfojitcmbor 13. Tlio Courier
publishes its imnual stntcment of tho cotton
crop of 3S.'i8, summing up tlio total al 51,851,
2'J2 bales.
From Albany.
Amiakv, Sept. 13. Scrcrnl abolitiorii.-'ts, nnd
othor friends of freciloin, met hero yoslerclay,
and formed a rcnlur oryiinization for tlio pur
pose of present tlio passage ef a I'orsonal
Liberty lid) through the next Loijialaturo, and
questioning enndidatoa for tho kienute, Assem
bly, ic , for which purpose a oominiiteo was
formed, with A. M. Powell, ef Ghent, as Trca
idntit, t). K. li'.ik'jr, of Albuuy,as tjeorotary,
nnd Lydia, iilot:, for Traucurcr. A petition
for tho bill in to lie eirouln'od through tho
State.
Agricultural Fair.
Vi'iii;l;i.!Mi, -'ejilombr IX. Th
Veelcru Yirginii gri.-ulttira! t
to-dnv.
! IVixcf Iho
'ety frpennd
Tho ciillccti'Oi of tl'"'.:, whiji n frum all
ijuiirleiy, Is tiecr than en-r l.i'forc iri e.hbi!i'in.
A r.uiuhcv of ce'i'liriPcd f.isc jiurtes nro en
tered I ir tho sweep. f.it'j.es nn Thursday aud
Friday.
The cliy is hit filling up with visitor.'.
Tho lair i:l a c-mipl(:io sud.-e't .
Forger Arrested.
Baitimhiik, SJptetnbr 13. Mwnrd Afb
erufi, .i Work in tho employ o; Hell, Howie fc
C"., wu'- an o -it.-d to-day for tbicmi; the namo
of his nniployer U a ciin-.k on Uio Kranhlin
lV-nk for The innnny ivus obtiiined on
tli-i chock, but lHiirly oil uf it, wusi r.joovnrefl
in tno nrrtil "! tlio ftloniior. suhjo-
1 pieut!v
i
t'!l!ll'tod tl fOlllllu'l 5 lil'!,p,
Agricultural Fair.
ftUvsTii.LK, Ky., Sept.. 13, Tha rir of the
Korth Kesturky At;ricultiii'iil niri Jlecbinlual
A.'sociiilion ui-mincnced to-ilay, avt.r this city,
ai d is the inert Nucwselnl ci;.nibitioa of the
kind ever l.eld here. Tbe number preront
to-dy in citiui.Ticil r.t Imui ten !o twenty
thonMiid pur-ont. Tho IVir eom.i pies until
Friday ovoiiiti,';.
Agricultural Fair. Maine Election.
l'.ifii'.sn, Mis , liqilmilicr 13 An election
w is held in this Stitf, tstuttUj, fur l iovnrnor
nnd uieiuliuM of the I.";;i6l.lture. Th'3 roMuus
tuuj lar leiioivnl moi-nti tie ro-nleclioij of
Lot M. Alorritl Utepublican) fur ('OVornor,nd
.. . i , T, ,i. ' . ' .
j ytl(0
!
i-caseu ncpuoucau tUirorua?y ia the
From Brazos.
Nr.w Orleans, Boptemliar IS. Tlio steam
ships Arimum nud ImImmIh, from Brinies ou
tlio fct'n ins'.., liuvu urrlvi-d, bringing fl.'iOJOO
in Bioive.
There tire n o yellow fever cases in this city.
River News.
ritrsmtBO, fioptemhor 13, M. River twelve
inches nt, Olasshoiise Ripple, and stationary.
Weather cloudy, with slight rain.
St. Louis, yoptembor 13 The river has
fallen about an inch nt this point lo tho last,
twenty-four hours. Nothing neir from any of
the upper itroams. Weather clear and pleaiant.
SIX CENT3 WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
MARRIED.
OS'-On the mil
NORTH PATTON On the llth lust., br Itov.Mr.
Wliilii, John W. Nortli and Hiss Mary
K. rutton.
DIED,
MlinilE-rin the ndi inst.. uftor a lincoi ins ill.
neas, Umr K., dmwhter ot Itobert and Anua Aloore,
uiztd l veur and tl uiout ha.
Kuuorai to-ilay at 2 1'. II., from tbe residence, No.
loo jouij.sireet.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A BATE, EASY AND EFPKCTUAIi CURB, FOB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Ac.
iFiJ'Twonty-flvo cents por bottle.TPS
OEO. fll. DTXON, DniRBlst,
au29-cm
Corner of Fifth aud llalu-nt roots.
DIED, ANNOUNCEMENTS.
OPPOSITION. Dr. R. 6. NEWTON,
coiwlMlatoJorCounty Troasuror Bcpljt
S-LEONAUD EWA11TZ WILL BE A
L-nn.liiluto for County Coinml'Hionor of Huinllton
Uuiiiitv at the ensuiii ucionor election. aulutt
SPECIAL NOTICES.
STEAMSHIP
GREAT EASTERN!
TTTl ?WT PS-1 f i" 'r'-.H ,:iuja;ii'..!i!; ; iniiiKj.iy.iy
GRAND EXCURSION TRIP
—BY THE—
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton,
Dayton and Michigan, Toledo and
Detroit, Great, Western and
Grand Trunk Railroad, to
Montreal and Portland.
HiP-THEMAMMOTH STEAMSHIP
il'JSiy will learn ' ittrlrt n.l on the l.1ih iusl., and is
e.viiecun iu reaoit i-oriiuuu on luu u;a.
Special Excursioa Tickets
From Ctticinnntl to Purtlmid and return will be sold
iorltl, co lor lur'e wei-ks tioin the Wtli inst.
xcur"lonists will Intro nn opportunity uUo of see
In,! thGHKAT VK'TUKIA DlttDGK, atolomn-ul
which m ii nines in luusin and nearly complolecl
ncKois sih ai nu iuo xickl-c unnos u! tnt-i
xu.ji. I. .uinjiany. v. jiirijAnrjn,
Snporlntendoiit I., 11. A I). It. It.
It. ill. KHUKMAICKIt,
snnl If (li'unral Snnorinti nduut D. & Jl. It. It.
'
I
5t5?" K8S a
OTl??,
mn, w l-il.l I rll
rld overv mnrninir In thn
otuoiuent el tno t lrstLluiieli. Alt are invited, jyl
Montreal and Portland. HAMILTON COUNTY FAIR!
Montreal and Portland. HAMILTON COUNTY FAIR! —AT—
Montreal and Portland. HAMILTON COUNTY FAIR! —AT— CARTHAGE,
September 13, 14, 15 and 16.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD.
rvr5S'TRAIi Will IEAVE CIN.
H-Sts CINNATt for tlwFAIK OitOfHDS nt
S A .tr.i 10 A. M.; 2 P. H., anil 4:30 P. M.
1!kt iimnii Train will li nvnthoFiiirtironncIs for
f'iiirianuti nt 10:14 A. J1.;13M.; 6:1ft l. W.. nndCilii
V. M.
liio f:ii A. 31. and 4 P. M. trains from Dayton will
juiini ij,! mo r;ur i, roiinos.
aw Cirrr from t'inclnnnti to the Fair firomnls anil
return, Ml' U CENTS. Tirtcetit Rood on any of iho
uo.'mi imins. not w ai in,, xu;kot tli--". hixtii
street Dopjl. pwpleawj I). itrL.VTtKN, Built.
m'-'ihuhuli lit mnua.-waiam.Hj.iiiMmim.. wumjuicwil
The Stella Girls!
.IT
palace ;ardbn 'ro-jji;T.
.trimisiftian Only Ten C'eutM.
Sao. :e. 930. sao.
MOORE'S
Thirty-Dollar Double Lock -Stitch
SHOCKED BIT HKt'FNT LETTEltS PATENT,
rPIHIS MACHINE HAS BEEN PRO--S.
NOt'NOED ly all competent IikIkcr. who
havo on 11. to m tlio hfst, and nn ilunimnlu ram
ily i?Hvjii(; f:tcliitio evr I'ltroduced, rofrtrfileNM
ol' nrlee
from I ho
rirv. jr. will now Ull K1TK1H 01 1H1I1LIV f(O0(lS,
I ho very thickest lo t lie vry ft ties t falirics made.
uiki un nu umiiH ol tlircml, from No. a tofliO.
Nuiii is iih on top of the iHnrlilne.
Beau for a circular, or '-all nnd hpo It In operation,
t pun early application, Htateand County Itiirhts may
bo secured.
au enf igotlo person mn make a fortone In (short
time. Agents wute:iiu nil unsold trritury.
, , , H. C. ItnitT.UAN,
Bt leandexcliulvparent lor the United Stoles,
BHpllfinr US West Fom th-streot, Olnclunatl.
CAUTIOJV.
rffHE PUBLIC ISCAli'TIOUED NOT TO
J3. notittn for a draft, drawn to my own order,
nnd indorsed f.r one hundred and niiydollnrs, (9l!K)i
which naniiven br me to Ur. K K Knllinj, in con
ni loratiou of alio rntuoval nnd perfect cure of three
corns or Ininloiis on my fcot. The same have not
only not limui eured, hut are worne, and moro pmu.
tU' now than I
iK-iore B.-iiu b li. Baling operated upon
llicui. llio c hi-l.lTut ion hnvliift lalk-U, iho draft,
will not tie num. Tlio fillou'liis it n rnnv r,f B,.:,t
draft: "Cincinnati. Snot. 7, 1S.VJ. Thron Uava after
date, pay to thoordnrot' Joa, imnpht-itronc linndred
dollars. Value received. ,hjs, LaNl'lIKAK "
Isillct
MLOUU.-I HAVE ON HAND A VERY
it fl'io article nf pxtru, vhitn wheat Flour, "The
UagnulU Slills," warrauti'dnxtra flue. Delirered to
any partof thu city f no of cIihivo,
J. rKKUIIKftN.rrn,i.
st-pH Corner Mnth and Vine.
(g" PICES FOR PICKLINU All VAR1E-
p TlKSnf Hplewfor I'lr-klinit, viz: mnatard seed,
black and vhite; pMppar, Hll.ipicOfUiuni-. cloves, cin
namon, umre ami uutmegr, all of which cm Im had
Sround or iiD);roiiud. J. I'siUGLSON, (Jroccr,
soplj I'orncr Mnth and Vine.
r.1RESn BALTIMORE OYSTER B I
h hnre commenced rocdvlnfr freih Baltimore
OrKters, which are ol' a quality iincnrpiiaimd jy any
others. J. FalROIIHuN, Grocer,
lopll Corner .Ninth and Vina.
ITlmes copy, j
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DELAND,
GOSSAGE&
7-3
WEST FOURTH-ST.,
HATE A SUPERB AUSORTMBNT OV
RICH FALL DRESS SILKS
Ib plain oolors and black, figured and Bayader
Btyles freshly imported.
SILK ROBES,
Btegiiut ! jloj-solllng very cheap.
Dress ihmte lor Fall
All the now atyles of Parln Velvets, rich Valencias,
beautiful Delaine Holies, French priuteil nud plain
Morlnoes, Ac.
Damasks, Domestics & Linens.
Cloths, Napkins, Towels, Doylies, Sheetings, Shirt-
lugs, Tnblinff, &c, to which we rait the Attention ef
Steamboat Captains, Hotel and Hontdieopors,
E3E1I BLAlIiKTS,&c.
English Datb and Vhitnxy Dlankota;
Impurlul, Allendale and Manoillos guilts.
SHAWLS, SCARFS AND CLOAKS.
In this department no have all the novoltlosof the
aeason. Just received, nra stylos of Cloth Dusters
and Eujrlina.
AISO
Imperial and Champion Hoop Skirt;
Ladles' Oauntlets, Uoslory and Gloriw;
Opera Fans, White Kid Gloves;
Ladies'. Gouts' nnd Children's tTnderTcsts, &o.;
Gents' Morlno, Lainlia- wool and Silk Pants.
DELiND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
West Fourtli-St.
Joe Wittaker!
T P11ACE GARDEN TO-NIGHT.
REMOVAL.
I Wllit EEMOVE TO MY liEW STOUE, UNUEll
Pike's Opera
OM THE-
FIRST OF OCTOBER,
AND OFFER Ml PBESBST STOCK AT
Greatly lJeduued Prices.
HENRY FALLS,
55 West Fourth-street;
lsopl.1)
Billy Carter!
ATI'.VI ACK GARDEN TO-KKJIIT,
NOTIOEI.
ffT C!I2NTI,KniEM WIKI COULU NOT
olitnin our new styleof Hut on Saturday are Informed
that wo bnve in i-renped our faellltlnit'or nianuraotiir
ios, and all nil have a coimlaiit anpply of this elegant
Dress Hat alwaya on huml-llie " Me l'lna Ultra" of
tho BCnMim.
J. C. TOWEES & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS
No. 141) Main-street,
onx noon BKunr koi'rth.
lopl3-nv1
FALL TRADE.
WE INVITE YOUR PARTICULAR AT
TENTION to our largo collection ol Rich
nndliU'Raut
6IMil,
ltlBBONS,
IieAIMHtKSSHM,
FRENCH VliOlVKRH.
K.MKROlllKlllDs,
KONMJTS,
t'LOAUS,
LACKS, eVc&e.
STRAW GOODS.
A ar?r nolnotln from all the noreltlea or the aea
son. AIo, Iho largest and most complete asioi tmont
To ho found In any Jobl'linr-homo In tho Wat. All
of which we offer to CH AND SHOUT-TIME
BlllKUSatEASTIillN fUlCEi.
W. P. MVOU & ROCKWOOD,
83 AND 8S PEAKIi-STREET,
seplJ ClNflTWATI. bw
0 J.I. EXHIBITION
At Pike's Opeia-Housu.
LAE&BODLEY'S
PORTABLE
Circular Saw Mill!
AND
LOG-TTOING APPARATUS,
1 WILT OFKIUTION IK
Maohinerpartment.
1859.
TO
MERCIIMTS&MILIJ1RS
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BROTHERTON & CO.,
ASK "
Dealers in Bol ianKe,i
CINCINNATI'.' f
THE UNDERSIGNED, 01? '-THE LATH
House of . .
G1XIHQRI3 & BROTH El tTON,
Itaa commenced buslnesa under the a tx re ham
At Nos. 7 and Tbird.atreet, tTat com
pany Bnlldlnc.)
lopTam ' ' J. H. BROTI IgRTON.
B.IIIIS.J. J. wnmoH.
R. ELLIS, Jr., & CO,,
(9UCCBS30RB TO WOOD, LEA 4 CI .,)
: HO. IS WEST TIIIBD-ST.
laepflliivf J
Prancod!
AT PAtACE GARDEN TO-NIGHT,
COLE & HOPKINS,
SUCCESSORS TO-
GEO.M.WOOD,
Have received a superb stock
of Dress Goods, of every de-'
scriptlon, comprising all th'd
Latest Novelties of tjtio
French, and European Mar
kets.
WE ARE DISPLAYING
Elegant Velvet Flounced
Robes;
Double Skirt Silk Robes;
Rich Velours de Paris ;
Evening Silks;
Printed Merinoes;
Paris Delains, &c.
With our enlarged premises
and increased facilities for
business, wo are enabled to
offer unusual advantages to
our customers.
8 AMD 84 FJLTTM-ST.,
CORNER OP VINE.
aepllcj
Dave De Forrest !
AT PALACE GARDEN,
(SIICCKS8011H TO NIXON & GOODMAN,)
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers
-IK
CARDS AND CAKD SUEKT8, TRINTINO 1KK8,'
AND f ATEIt WANUITACIUBKK9'
MATEJtlALS.
Aitonta for THE MAGNOLIA MILLS WBITINO
PAl'EKg.
Al.80
llnuiifacturcra of Patent Machine-made
PAPER BAGS,
AJLL 8I.US.
Nos. T7 and 79 Walnut-street,
CINCINNATI.
aepl3c
YOU Ch " J3
Improved Two-Threaded Lock-Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
$25, $30 and $35.
rBlIIE SATISFACTION WHICH THESE
JBL midlines Iibh Riven fj thone wbo have been
utiiiR them, In nil klinl.H of Fftinllf Sewing, ion (in m
to reooinmend tntm to tho public, with the fullent
cnnliilonce tliat thny will give entire ealfsfnctloii
wherever lined. AHtdefrom nil klndBof sewing, they
khiibohhik bcHUtlfuHy. Xlicy nro In nil roaptcts, aa
r Krd a the execution of work, llrl-i lns nmchlnee.
Th iy aru now ou i nhibition at the k iilr. We sliall
take pleaauro in explaining tho working nf onr ms
chlncs, mill Rlvo ipeclmenii of our work to all who
will favor lie. with a call at our eaie-rnome, corner of
VI ne and fifth-atri'ctn, over Colo 4 Hopkini'a "tore.
To pemms roiiding ont of tlioclly, who will in
rlunoin a thrnn-cnut eliimn, wilh their adilroBH, we
will aend oar circular, with apeciniena of work.
WlAiTSEK BttOTIIKRS. Acente,
P. II. lloi2,3), (.'inciunall, 0.
" Agontd wanted throughout Ohio and Ken
tucky. . . acpltom
J. E. WYME & CO.
Itesiicctfiilljr cnll tlie nttention of City nnd
Country merchants to their
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK
or
WHITE GOODS,
EMBROIDERIES,
HOSIKItY,
GLOVES.
SHIRTS)
UN DRHI RTS,
DRAWERS,
CRAVATS,
TIBS.
AND EVUBX VAKIKTy '
INT OTIO 3ST S !
W-Oui-8tock of WOOLEM H06IBBY la our own
manufacture.
J. E. VYNNE & CO.,
o. 91 Pearl-street.
neplitawl y
THE: AMERICAN"
Railway Guide,
FOR SEPTEMBER,
JDBT BEOBIVJSD
rules 23 CENTS.
For aale by
H. niRvnRii 4i.r..
aepJ
At hla nw atere, So. la Went Flfth-atrcet.

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