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AJiDX VMRANOWCO. , JOHN D. CALDWKIJj.
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OTF1CI HO. 14 WIST POCRTH STRUT.
Printed by " Caloric."
C I 2T C I N IT A T I :
Tlll'RSDAY ....SEPTEMBER 18
JTWo return thunk. to Adams's Express
Kir late eastern buu tr eewru piijwn,
uished in advance of the mails.
r . . .1 .r i
fur-
Inauguration of the Cincinnati Street
Railroad.
. As the four Iron-grey horses started yester
day noon, up Walnut -street, drawlnu; a happy
load of passengers the City Council and city
press being represented hearty shouts of
congratulation and cheers were given for the
success of the new movement. Alfred Cutter
and Samuel William, owners of the horses,
were driven. '
IS A STREET RAILROAD AN OBSTRUCTION?
An opportunity has boen given to the people
to pass thoinjudgment upon this plan of tran
sportation of passengers in tho city. Nones-
sarily there is no occasion for complaint by
other vehlolos, if a conciliatory and generous
feeling oharaoterixes the oonduot of all parties,
Greater speed, oheaper fares and accommoda
tions for all are the watch-words now..
IS IT A MONOPOLY?
The routes are in the hands of different
companies, and if you wish to take stock, walk
up to the captain's offioe and register your
name as a stockholder.
ARE THE STREETS TOO CROWDED FOR THE RAILROAD?
The travel in other vehicles will be so less
ened as to leave the streets comparatively free
from omnibuses and carriages. They can
carry you thrice as far In less time, and at a
trifle cost.
HOW ABOUT ACCIDENTS?
I'nfortunatoly, aooidents sometimes occur.
Yesterday one occurred the first trip. A negro
boy, aged fourteen years, son of Widow Piatt,
living in an alley between Ninth and Tenth
streets, and Race and Elm-streets, while the
hurra and excitement) was at its hight, and
the crowds rushing to board the ear, this lad,
who hung on to the side of the car, fell off, on
Ninth near Flum-street, and the wheel mashed
his foot completely off. This may prove a
warning in time. A rumor prevails that
thirty women were immediately afterward
before their houses whipping tbeir lads off the
street. Young America must not venture too
- much.
THE RECEPTION BY THE PEOPLE.
Curiosity, of course, was awakened, and the
people were all astir. The Pknsy Prkss, ith
it out of the new street-railroad oar, had
given the people an idea of the neat little
rehiolo, and windows wore full of heads, and
voices clamorous of approval of the novelty;
the sidewalks and the intersections were
crowded. At the curve of thirty-three degrees,
taming from Walnut into Ninth-street, from a
protruding rail, the car for a few times was
thrown off, but this has been remedied.
A COLLATION.
On returning from. Western-row, along
Ninth-street, all hands were invited into the
mansion of the President of the railroad com
pany, Or. Vattiis, and partook of a cold
collation. After night, rockets and fire-works
were set off from the cars, going and coming,
and congratulations and speeches accordingly.
The Prosperity of the Ohio Mechanics'
Institute.
If wo have a delight in connection with
our fellow-men, it is in aiding them to the
development of their best powers of mind and
body. II is to the inventor we are indebted
for the houBos we live in, tho comforts that
make them convenient, and the embellish
ments which adorn them. How soever cheap,
and how good they rney be, we got them
cheaper and better as invention is aided and
encouraged. Knowing that our interest as
citizens lies in the up-building of educated
labor, in the development of mind in youth,
in stimulating the apprentice, in honoring
the meritorious journeyman, in sustaining
and supporting the industrious and adven
turous manufacturer and mechanic; we hail
him wherever we find him in the shop, in
the street, or in the garret and, of course,
when he makes a holiday-show of his excel
lent wares, we attend, and call in our neigh
bors and secure their approval to what has
been well done. It is in this light that we
commend the Ohio Mechanics' Institute Ex
hibition. From the door on entering to the
door on leaving, all is commendable, either
in design or execution. Take your families;
oint out to the boys the triumphs of the me
chanic's skill and industry.
Big Business in Council Last Night.
The City Council has authorized the City
Eolieitor to proceed to obtain, by legal con
demnation, all those portions within the city
limits of the Cincinnati and Xenla Turnpike
Company which is the extension of Hunt
street cost $7,000, perhaps and of tho Cin
cinnati, Columbus and Wooster Turnpike,
through the Seventeenth Ward cost to be as
certained by a jury to cost perhaps $20,000.
An effort was made, also, to spend fifteen or
twenty thousand dollars mors to purchase a
strip of four squares not yet dodicated, to con
tinne Linn-street from Eighth-street to Court;
pending the discussion Council adjourned until
Friday eight. The Treasury is almost in a
collapsed state, and as these outlays must be
paid in cash, our taxes have to be lnoreated,
and the money has to be borrowed to pay tho
exoesi of expenses beyond our taied moan:.
Our Financial Condition.
The announcement twin In the City Coun
cil, last night, by the Chairman of the Finance
Committee, that the municipal troasury is in a
well nigh dopteted condition, should at least
awaken our legislators to a spirit of liberal
eoonoiny. We are toll that we must soon
borrow for theFiro Department Fund, on, no
count of a deficiency. So of the Watch Fond
There will be a deficiency before long in the
General Fand. There is now remsinlnrr in
the City Treasury General Fund, S3J,82. 0G:
W.t.t. U-H-J ) lilt If.. T..( ftl.l' Att
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Baperlor Court, $1,101 41; Fire Department,
4,324 92; Light FunrtQSO 82; Work-lionfe,
$4,227 48; Common School City Bonds,
$.20,000; Cash, $817 01 (!) Colored Schools,
$1,581 VJ. Total, $77,82 63.
Claim for Dauaom dons nv a Railroad
Mr. Iiiano McF.irlsod.an old oitizen.has Mod
a claim for recompense with the City Council,
for damages resulting to bin proporty, neor
Fifth and Front-street, from the, usurpation of
b is sidewalk, .So., by the trnokot'tho Ohio & Mis
sissippi Railroad Company. The communica
tion was referred to the Committee on Special
References, and to Mr. Nohlo, of the Sixth
Ward.
Labos Defalcation Flhiht of th Dr
faultrb. We learn hy passengers on theiaail
boat that there was great excitement in Madi
son, Ind., yesterday, relative to the flight of
Mr. iv. -one, an agent l iuo "r"
ami fllau.sou Krt.lroa.1, vitn f lu.uou in luoa.
I h..1knr,n-t.i caul ninrl. IVfl heArd no natllL'U- I
i
law, and give tt msroly as a rumor.
JE3Mesrs. Phillips .St Sampson, of Bsston,
the publishers of The Atlantic Monthly, failed
Inst Thursday.
Thr Harvrst in Russia. The harvest in
Northern Russia is very unequal. In the
Government of Bonn it yields from fifteen to
twentyfold; in the Government of Moscow,
from seven to tenfold; in AMadimir, from tD
to threefold, and in Saratov net even tlio seed
is returned.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Night Dispatches.
New York Democratic State Convention.
Nf.iv Yogi, Sept. 14. The State Conven
tion of tho Democrats, for the nomination of
candidates for State offices, will meet at Syra
cuse to-day.
The principal interest in too proceedings of
the Convention will oenter in the determina
tion of the method of choosing delegates to the
National Convention at Charleston. It is be
lieved, however, that a considerable majority
will be in favor of electing the delegates at
once, instead of by the district system. The
Ssesent State officers, with tho exception of
idoon J. Tuolter, Secretary of State, will
probably be nominated, i'r. Tucker declines
a ronoinination, and his place on the ticket
will most likely be filled by Floyd Jones or
Judge Scott. Many of the prominent men of
the party are in attendance, inoluding Daniel
Dickinson, Fernando Wood, Dean Richmond,
Potor Caggerand others.
Syracusb, September 14. The Democratic
State Convention met here to-day. Thero were
two Conventions, Soft and Hard, organized in
one hall Thomas G. Alvord, Speaker of the
Assembly, acting as the Chairman of the Wood
Convention, and John Stryker of the Rcgenoy.
A scene of great excitement provailed, and
come terrible rows andllghtingooourred among
the shoulder-hitters. Marshal Ryu dors waa
assaulted by a Hard boy. The Soft Conven
tion finally adjourned, leaving tho Hards in
possesion of the hall. Fornaiido Wood then
made a bitter speech, attacking the Softs as
disorganizes in leaving the Convention. Mo
tions wore oarried in choosing tho committee.
Mr. Stryker, tho Hard Chairman, was knocked
off the platform. The Hards finally adjourned,
when Mr. Stryker again took the chair and
organized the Convention.
Tho excitement continues nsthetime of th
meeting of tho Democj),ic Convention np-
(roaches. Tickets of admission to tho hall
lave been issued to all the delegates and con
testants. Fernando Wood, John A. Green, Gideon
J. Tucker and other Hards have been in ses
sion this morning, and resolved to cluim a
hearing before the committee on the New
York contested scata, and opposo to tho ex
tremity any attempt to scttlo that question
by resolution.
Mr. Diokinson advocates equal representa
tion for Mozart and Tamminy on the floor,
and counsels moderation.
Messrs. Rogers, Sohtsll and Mather do not
act cordially with the Wood party.
Edwin Croiswell is here, and has been in
consultation with Wood and Dickinson.
The Convention will organize temporarily at
noon.
The Softs are confident, nndbilk conciliation.
The Wood men positively insist on selecting
all their share of delegates to Charleston
themselves.
Before twelve o'clock tho gallery was
crowded densely with spectators.
A large number of delegates was present,
with a number of outsiders. Immediately on
the stroke of twelve, Eiram C. Smith, of Mon
roe, jumped on the floor and moved thtit
Thomas J. Alvord bo temporary Chairman of
the Convention. The vote was put and car
ried. Intense excitement fo'lowed, a majority
of the Convention heintr :o token by surpriso
as to prevent any attempt at amendment. In
stantly on the vote being dcolarcd, Mr. Alvord,
who was on the platform, took tho Chair and
called tho Convention to order.
A motion was then mi.de to elect Mr. Spank
land and E. B. Hall Secretaries. This was
also carriod amid a perfect psnio on the part
of the Softs. C. D. Murray immediately took
the floor and moved tho following resolutions:
Jtetolved, That regretting the difficulty in
tho Democratic pRrty in tho city of Now York,
this Convention will not decide upon tho regu
larity of the two existing organizations there,
and hereby admit to seats both the delegations
from that city, with equ l rights upon this
floor.
Loud and overpowering shouts of "Ques
tion, question," from all parts of the hall.
Mr. Cochran then took the floor, but for a
long time his voioe was drowned in the shouts
for question, and tho most deafening uproar.
Jumping on a seat, Mr. Cochran continued
amid immense excitement, which oontinued
until Peter Cagger took tho platform, eallod
the Convention to order, end nominated John
Stryker, of Rome, temporary chairman.
An immense riot followed, (luring whih
Capt. Ryuders came forward in support of
Mr. Cochran, when ho wim immcdiate'y con
fronted bySheehan and Roe, and blowa were
partially struck. Callahan, New York boy,
eprang at Wood, exclaiming, "You must stop
this right." Speaking nt this iimo was im
possible, owing to tho fighting and dreadful
row.
John Stryker was moved as tempo.ary Choir
man by Cager, and was knocked down by one
of the Wood men. lie was not hurt, though
knocked off tho platform. The excitement
wss most intense at this time. Stryker, in
dumb show, adjourned his Convention, and
Wood moved regular motions for oouimittoes,
and made a speech, bitterly attacking the dis
organizes, as he culled these who had left.
The motions were all put and declared car
ried. Stryker having declared the Conven
tion adjourned till 1 P. M., all the Conven
tion, except tho Wood men, then withdrew.
It was impossible to toe how many ronmined
in the hall, in oonsequenco of the imiaonse
erowd of outsiders.
At yt P. M. there was no further meeting,
but the Wood men romained in possession of
the ball.
Emmni), A resolution to sppolrtt delegates
i to tiio Uhiirlpston Convention was introduce;,
when iv motion niado tn poxtpouo its ennsid
I erntion was voted down. A resolution was
adopted authorizing the Chairman to appoint
two riolngatos trom enon Jurfieiru lilnetlo
report tho names of two delegates to Claries-
ton from each Congressional District. The
vote was almost unanimous.
The) Convention then adjourned till to-1
morrow.
Washington Correspondence.
t PHiLAor.Li'iii.v, Sopte'ubsr 14. Tho Waab-
, ington eorrespoudrat of x.' Philadelphia ftm,
sneakina: of tbo renlv to Senator Douislas's sr-
tiolo in Hurmr't WmthUi, sure: "Tho doctrine
of the late long articlo in tho Vomfitvtwn, from
I J U'Jjjl, UtttUH, nUB'l HVllJf C.!1B1.'!iI,
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i amount ti this, that inasmuch as the Constl-
tntion permits slavery la tho Territories, the
nommon law nfi'ords a sufficient protection for
it, and therefore, that its o.iistouo Ic sennred
until tbe people at the tine of forming a State
constitution acquire a right to exolude it.
Eut this doctrine is contrary to tbe es:peri?Ds
of every slave-holding commnnlty, for they (II
possess and absolutely require a variety of local
statutes ftr tho JlfoFootton of slave property.
Evtn tho history of Kansas affords a proof of
thin, for ore of the trst acts of tho legislature,
when it .u tindor tho (Sonttol of tht ttro-slatory
party, Was to post a series of laiVi tor the pro
tection of slavery.' Now, since the Free-State
party has become dominant there, these laws
have boea repealed, and although Kansas has
not yet been admitted into the Union, the (on
tost as to her futdte cuafscter la virtually de
cided, and no slave-holder has the slightest
disposition to remove thero with his slaves.
" flotwithstandine the violence which has at
times disgraced tho history of Kansas, and
It,,. .mc.l.. W. hnn in:,.t,l
..n. in L....niinln tfnil A .,.,.,. I! .1 nAmtlnaltn(l
L . ' .1. i . .. . j .....
of twitt, Trblch, !a all htirhan probability,
will never oporato npon another Territory, the
great fact remains that the people of Kansas,
daring the cnutinuaLoo of her territorial con
dition, have virtually decided that she should
be a nou-slaveholdlng political oommunity.
"'Ihe people of Nebraska havo done tho same
thing. Tho people of Neir Mexico have
cho.-on to declure, by tho aetion of their Terri
torial Legislature, that local laws for the com
plete protection of f-lavo proporty should exist
among fhera, end if s pro-slavery Bentiment
continues to prevail, she will doubtless even
tually become a slave State. Thus the prac
tical illustrations furnished by our history
since the Kansas Nebraska Aot dearly indi
cate not only that the interpretation put upon
it by itj distinguished author is the correct
one, but that tho people of our Territories are
carrying it out precisely as ho contemplated,
and lnuking Territories free or slave-holding,
according to their own good will and pleasure.
No oloeo observer of events can doubt that a
similar privilcgo will bo exercised by the
people of all our Territories in future, and
that too without waitins for the moment
when State constitutions are adopted. While
intcrvotitionlsts ore bl'Jsterin;, the people of
. m ... (ill .; itii-
tno xerruories win oe annua; as mtur lutere.-ia
seem to require, and those whose clamor for
Congressional slave codes or Wilraot provisos
will find tbemselvos served like the lawyer
who, while arguing before a Court a motion
for a new trial for a rogue who had been oon
victed of larceny, accidentally discovered that
his client was, at the very moment, being
whipped in the jail-yard, as a punishment for
the offenso.
From Washington.
Washington, Sept. 11. Sinoe tho stoppago
at the Postoffico of the documents purporting
to have been franked by Mr. Covode, Mr.
Blair, of Missouri, and one or tio other Re
publican moinbers of Congress, have been here
in person to ufiix their franks.
The indications in official quarters in respect
to the dispute about tho Island of San Juan
are not of an inevitable war character.
Lord Lyons, in his interview with Secretary
Cass, this morning, expressed confidence in the
amicable eettlomeut of the north-western
question.
However much our Government may bo im
pressed with the truth that the Island of San
Juan bulongs to us, there appears to be no
doubt that both tho Governments of Great
Britain and the United States will instruct
their agents in that quarter to act with the ut
most circumspection in view of a satisfactory
adjustment of the existiag differences. It will
berccolleeted that Secretary Mercy, four years
ago, said that tho title ought to be settled be
fore either party ghoul d exclude the other by
force or exercise complete and exclusive sover
eign rights within the fairly disputed points.
This was the substance of his letter to Mr.
Crampton, at the tirao representative of 11 er
Majesty's Government, and to which muoh im
portance in now attached.
From all that can bo ascertained in well
informed circles, it is reasonable to infer that
no serious difficulties aro likely to result be
tween tho two countries. Col. Hawkins, of
the British army, arrived yesterday, bringing
disputches concerning the San Juan dispute
to tho British Legation, aid loft for New
lork, to tako passage to England, with dis
patches from Gov. Douglass to Her Majesty's
Government on tho same subject.
The news of a successful revolution in
Costa Rica, being unexpected, has caused
much interest and surprise in oilicial quar
ters. Sonor Molina, Minister from that Re
public, left to-day for New York, to meet Ex
President Mora.
Col. Fauntleroy left Washington to-day to
toko command of tho Military Department
of Now Mexico.
Mr. Hendricks's reaignalion as Commis
sioner of the Land Ofrice takes place to-morrow.
Nothing has been heard from Judge
Ptifrh as to his acceptance of thoofiice.
The President has appointed William J.
Moore, of Nebraska, as agent for the In
dians in the Own ha agency, vice Wilson, re
signed. Commander McBean has been ordered to
tho Washington Navy-Yard, and Commander
Thatcher to tho Bostou Navy-Yard. Lieut.
Watson has been ordered to relieve Lieut.
Ball in command of the store-ship Fredonia,
ut Valparaiso. Lieut. Morphy has been or
dered to tho naval rendezvous at Norfolk,
and Licuts. Walker and Davidson to the
Naval Academy.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
St. Loi'is, Sept. 14. The overland Califor
nia mail, with dntes to tho 22d ult., arrived
hero to-night.
Bufiinvss at San Francisco was gonerally
UJiehangod.
Adamantine candles had advanced to 19
20c.
The mining news was good. The accounts
from Carson and Washeo valleys and Walker
river diggings were favorable.
Overland emigrants were arriving in large
numbers, and in good health.
Horace Grcplcy ha.il addressed a letter to his
politicul friend!, urging them to voto for
Mclvibhin, the AiUi-Lecomptiin candidate for
Congress; alto advocating u fusion of all oppo
sition parlies hy combiniiig on tho lest candi
dates, each of which, ho believe?, would render
It practicable to carry the election to tho total
defeat of the Administration Democracy.
Tho Los Aiigclos Vincgard, of tbo 23d ult.,
cays that the Mojave Iodiaus show no signs of
submisiion, and still lurk around tho fort with
hostile intentions. There cau bs no hopes of
poaoc until they aro severely chastised.
Additional by the North Star.
Xr. York, Sopt. 1 1. President Mora was
seized while in lied, and carried off to Clunle
ma'.fi. Ho wrk accompanied by his brother,
(jen. Mora, and his Minister, Carras. Snnor
Mnrtoll.i.trrn was olioeen Provisional Presi
dent. Lorenzo Soliisar, comnnnder of the
troops at Snn .Tone, whs tho chief of the con
spirator". Pro.-ddont Mora arrived in this
city on tho North Star.
We h um from Jficaraffnn that tho harbor
oftlreytown wns sti'.l partially cloned, and
thn!. a subscription was on for,t for funds to
clear .-.way tlioobstruu'.ions. Thoro is nothing
whalovor of imrortaiicj from the interior of
jVicnrajna.
It appoars that Iho people of Guayaquil,
without the n3eut of tho Gi"i:rnnint, of
Eo.Mudor, have nvtdo tcrtm with tho corn
muvider of the Peruvian Mounding force.
An nmeeiry had been -rtnliid'l to Inst fif
tec!i tlcy., f.r to tfupt. From thititis
tiilr its .MOrtrtfie 1ll.it. Ihf. vr.?rl inocit-inn wliieh
' ca'fcd tlio. Iili;clvde will soon be settled. .
United States Fair.
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Ciucaoo, Septomhor 14 Third 2uy., The
wiatbor runtiaues t'.ivorubb. The books closed
yesterday, to which time upward of three
thousand entries, had been made, including
nearly r.no thousand and five hundred meqhnn
iooliiud agricultural implements.
The rcooinu the lint t-.ro days, Including
fees for exhibition artWes, amounted to nearly
twelve thousaud dollars. The number of vis-
j itnr nn the grounds to-iay is estimated at
: ' r. . I ,
.Ull.y iiloUpe.uOi
"Flora Temple" and "Princess" arrived
to-day, an nru entered for a citizens' purse of
one thousand dollar).
Fnwkos's Steam-plow, from Now York, and
Waters', from Detroit, iters brought Into tbe
ground to-day and exhibited. They were tbo
droidod foituro of tho forenoon.
From Dominica.
Nun YoRii, September 14. Later sdvioes
from the Dominican Republic are received by
an arrival from Poi t-au-Platte.: ..
Dissatisfaction with the Government of
General SnnUna was becoming general, aud
anew revolutionary movemeut was, looked
for as likely to occur at an enrly day;
Some American couuterfeitors ot Domini
can curroncy, who had bceu caught and shut
op in the prison ,tt Santiago, had effected
their escape.
' Business at Port-mirl'lalte was active.
From Baltimore.
Baltijiokr, Scptomber M. The Vice Presi
dent of the lato town meeting, to-day, pur
suant to a resolution, selected a Central Com
trJitte to mako nominations composed of men
of sterling Charter, including merchants and
tradesmen.
There is no doubt that a Mrong ticket will
be presented. The enemies of the movement
are getting dismayed.
Rowdies and olub leaders have nearly all
disappeared from their oceustouied gathering
places, and the city is perfectly quiet.
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Later from Havana.
Naw York, September 14. The steamor
Philadelphia, from Havana on the 9th Inst.,
arrived at this port this evening. ,
There is no news of importance.
The weather continued hot and the publlo
health was no better. Sugars were still dull,
though there was a trifle more doing. Molas
ses was without operation. Freights very dull
and nominal. Exchanges firm: on London
14((jil5 per eont. premium; on New York 35
cent, premium.
Fire near Baltimore.
Baltimors. September 14. The Stockdale
Mill, near Baltimore, the property of Colonel
George P. Kane, was destroyed by fire this
morning. The loss amounted to fourteen
thousand dollars, which was fully insured.
The fire waa caused by an incendiary.
Goner al Scott left for Washington this af
ternoon, in obedience to a telegraphic sum
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The Mississippi Cotton Crop.
AuorjSTA, Ga., September 14. A special
dispatch to the Charleston Courier, from New
Orleans, reports serious and increasing Injuries
to the Mississippi cotton crop, resulting from
the rust and boll worms.
Ohio State Fair.
Zahkaville, Septembor 14. Entries at the
Stato Fair are making fast. Several oelebratod
horsos have entered, and agricultural imple
ments and machinery are arriving.
Extensive arrangements are being made to
aooommadato the crowd.
Methodist Conference.
Dattos, Septemher 14. The Methodist
Conference adjourned line die this afternoon.
The resolutions in favor of lay representatives
were passed by a large majority.
The next annual conference will be hold at
Oxford.
Fire at Sea.
Baltimorr, September 14. The ship
Duchai D'Orleant, which arrived hero to-day,
reports that on the 18th ult., in latitude 9.42,
longtitude 44.53, she passed a wreck, burnt
down to tbe water's edge, apparently on the
same day.
The Steamer Great Eastern.
Norfolk, VA.,6ept. 14. the
Exchange, to-day, a resolution was adopted,
appointing a committee to invite the steamer
Great Eautern to visit this port. The author
ities of this city, as well as those of Ports
mouth, Richmond and Petersburg, will no
doubt eo-operate in this movement.
No Signs of the Persia.
Savdt Hook, Sept. 1410 P. M. A gale is
blowing outside, and the steamer Pcrtia, now
duo from Liverpool, with advices to tho 3d
inst., will probably not bo boarded in conse
quence, should she nmve oil tnis point.
There afo no signs of nor at this tune.
Additional Mexican News.
Nsw Orlkans, September 14. An arrival
famishes advices from the City of Mexico to
tho 20th ult., which state that Miramon was
still at the oapital, and not in San Lous Potosi;
as reported,
Outward Bound.
Xrw Yobk, Septembor 14. The Cunard
steamship r'j sailed at noon to-day with
seventy passengers and $394,000 in specie.
River News.
Pittsburg, Septembor 14. Eiver eleven
inches at the glass-house ripplo, and fulling.
Weather clear and pleasant.
Pittsuuho, September 14 P. M. Eiver
unchanged since noon. Weathor cool and
cloudy.
Louisvillh, September 14 r. M. Eiver
falling, with two feet three inches in the
canal.
MARRIED.
BR'JllN HUNT On the 13th Inst., ly tnv. Mr.
Bioiifort, Inane Brwn, of Colli'ee Hill, tn Hiu Mat
tie J., dangliterof Airs. June Hunt, of (ireeunburg,
Indiana. .
DIED.
SHAKP-On the 14 -h inst., at I o'clock, of i
ihoop-
ing couth, William H. V.,on of Josepk and .loan
in enari. aae
Share, aged 1 year and 4 days. Fnnornl from the
iencaof thn Barents. Mo. M East Third-striwt.
residence of thn parents.
to-day al 2 P. M. friends of the family arc invited
to attend.
MILLER-Oa the 13th lost., a 10.V o'clock A. M.,
of coiifliimption, Mrs. Luanda K., wifo of J. W.
Miller, nizatl X2 vnarfi nnd III montlitl.
HAWKINS On the 9ili int., at the rnsiden.-o of
hm granddaughter, Kirhmoml-Btreft, Mr. Henry
Hawkins. itKri &!) yarn 1 innthHud 1 dnr.
ATK.INH On tlm 13th iuat., of npoplrxy, Murk
Atkiiu, aged f,( year, r'tincrol will take plnco to
day at 2 P. M., from hit lte residence. No. 3117 Vinn.
street, i'rleuus ol the family nru iuvitod tu attend.
ICh.Eni.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
X BAFR, RAST AND EFFECTUAL CURE, FOB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Sc.
W Twenty-five cents per hottln.TBa
GEO. It. SIXON, Drusglst,
au39-cm Corner of Fifth and Muin-itreetf,
SS-JOS. K. SMITII IS A CAKDIDATB
for the office of ('onntr Treasurer. iwplSaw'
jj-OnOSITION. Dn. R.S.NKWTON,
caii'lldate 1. 1 uonnty Treasurer. sp!4
tf-LEONARD SWARTZ WH.L BE A
candidate for VmntT Commiinlonor of Hamilton
Uounty at the enauinft uctoner election. auiott
SPECIAL NOTICES.
APPARATUS,
MADE TO ORDER, ,
For How leus, (Hub Fei't, Weak Joint, Curved
Spine, and other Pnvnlmt Detbrinltiei; Kliuitlc rittx-k-luq-s
for KnWrged Veils. (Shoulder llrucn, liip.ni
or BaodaRCii. All kinds of Vupperters and ltatul-aci-s
at the Kadioiil Cure TriH. i,ul.IIliiunnt nf
MARSH, COUUISS 4 CO, West 1'ourth-slrnet,
oppoalte thn Uli?h Steeple, Cincinnati, and
St CO., No. 2 Vesoy-atrcet, Astor Uouse, New Vert.
RUPTURE CURED.
Misaas. Marsh, Chiusb ACo..To .1 Wast Fourth
atropt. (llncinniiti Genthnifn: The Trim I procured
of you some two yearn hgo, for a pntlint, for 'he rud
cl cure ot Hernia, I am happr to inform you, has
dnnn all that waa repremutpil In short, hue ellocWd
a badk'al ci'BB. Youik trnly,
JAUES 8PATT1I, SI. D.
FinJIar, O., Sept. 2, 1U9.
Tho Raillcal Cum Tninci, Shoulder Itrace, Sup
porters, Elastic Ktnrklnmi, 8np,nm7 Iljnile2"4,
Apparatun for Weak Ankle. Club Kiiet, Bow Leg;
Curved gplneand other diformltiea, aro made and up.
piled l.y MARSH, UORLI.',S Co., No. .1 Wmt
1'ourth-street, south aide, opposite the Higt rjtoeplo,
iseplSaj
SPECIAL NOTICES. STEAMSHIP
SPECIAL NOTICES. STEAMSHIP GREAT EASTERN!
T7TT BUT r-ra.Vir.AI L "iUiiE
GRAND EXCURSION TRIP
—BY THE—
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton,
and Toledo and
Detroit, Great Western and
Grand Trunk Railroad, to
Montreal and Portland.
isvSs.TUE MAMMOTH STEAMSHIP
t!J2r will Ifaio vnxlnnd on the 11th iuat., and is
eniiicted to react, I'nrtiund on the 21'd. ,
Special Excursion Tickets
From Cincinnati to Portland and return will hcsulil
for t'iO, so- 1 for turn week frolu Ilia 19th lint.
Jnniri"nlM8 will have an oppnrtnnltr lo of sea
ins th GREAT VIUTliIUA. BHIDCtK, at Montreal,
hich Is two mile. In length and nearly comoleM
Tlckoleaulilatall the Ticket Offlci-n of the C, U.
D. K. It. Company. V. McIjA UKN.
HurerlntiMidont '. " ! .
K. ill. 8HOBMAKKR,
scpllf General Superintendent D. & M. tt. It.
BUSINESS MEN'S PRAYER
MEETINGS are helil every morning tn tbe
bMeiuentof the Pint Uliurcli. All are invited, jyl
HAMILTON COUNTY FAIR!
HAMILTON COUNTY FAIR! —AT—
CARTHAGE,
September 13, 14, 15 and 16.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
RAILROAD.
TRAINS Will T.EAVE CIN-
(ITNNATT for thn FA I It (I ROUNDS at
A. Al.;10 A. M.t 2 P. B!.,Bnd 4:.To 1'. 31.
lUniRMNd Trains will leave the Talr Grounds for
Cincinnati at 10:15 A. M.;12M.; 5:15 f. M,, and 6:10
Tim S:05 A. M. and 4 P. M. trains from Dnjttm will
top at tho fair Grounds.
BUT Sure f mm Cincinnati to the Fair Grottmh and
return, FIFTY CENTS. Ticket good on nny of the
above trains. For milo nt tlm Ticket Office, Slttlj
stroet Depot. LneplOaw D. Mi'L-ABEN, Supf.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
112 MAIN-
School Books,
Writing Paper,
Envelops, Slates,
Blank Books,
And everytlilns in the Book anil Stationery line, at
WHOLESALE.
AT T1IR
VERY LOWEST PRICES
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT,
No. 112 Kain-street.
To Newsdealers.
VtrE ARE VOW
PREPARED TO
aii
upplv the t radn with thn
NEW YORK MERCURY
At tho rate of THItEK CENTS a copy.
EDWARD L. MURRAY,
Io.18 West Fii!i-s4rcet,
aopl-l crtNNATI. c
CHOICE NOVELS,
-VOS. SAIE BY-
RICKEY, MALLORY & CO.
MI THlttD ROOK. A tlolloction of Titles.
Hy Loiiina Chanulor Moulion, aiilliorof AblB,
That and the Other," ic. 12oio. 81.
HENRY ST. JOHN, Gentlemen of Flower
..r li mifiroriN. in tin, nnnntvot rrince Geo) fire. V ir-
cintH. A
lUieOI 1171 8IUI lJ Hi enniiiw
t 'ouk, author of
SI.
'Virginia Comedians," ic. l.'mo.
A LIFE FOR A l.TFE.
".lulrn Halifax, Uentleniau,
By the author ol
" accents.
OERALP FITKGEUAID. THE CnEVA-
lilElt. By Charles Lever, complete. Mjcentx.
-TRADE SrPPLlID I!T-
RICKEY, MALLORY & CO.,
115 Main-street.
fceplflftl' J
CEORCE M. DIXON,
IMPOBTEB AMD DIAl.tB IS
PURE DKUGS AND CHEMICALS, EX
TRA quality Jferiirlnee, Pbarmarontlcal pre
parations, QUsaware, Paints, Oils, Dye 8 ton's, So.,
North-eiut corner Mnln and Flfth-strertH.
laepl.iaw)
Farina.
25 bj
Pi EOXES "HECKEU'3." FOR. BALE
OHO. M. DIXOTI, i.nnrelst.
North-east corner fifth mul Sluiit.
peplo.AW
Tin Foil.
ft CASES, "HEAVY AKD LIGHT." FOR
J sale by GEO. M. TIXON. Druaslst,
eeril.Vnw North-east. corner Kifth and Main.
Paints, Oils, &c.
Kf BRLS. FIRE-PROOF PAINT, DARK
JJ nnd liiht;
.10 brla. Venetian Kcil, English;
111 casks Knror.li Ochre! '
.'inlirla. Wliitiiiar; ' :
10 brie, l'ntly, in lilaildrrs;
White Lead, Liuiecd-oll, Jtc, t uinnufTictiirera'
prices. For sale by ' ''
GUO. M. DIXON, Vruwial.
scpl.'i-nw Ii'ortli -east corner Fifth anil IMain.
Choice Cigars and Tobacco,
gV THE MOST FAVORITE BRANDS,
V alwajatolio hart at. BBO. si. UIXUN S,
I'DlJ nw
Korilwaiit corner Kiftli aud ilain.
Oaette copy..
BaRTlETT'S
PATENT NOVELTY FAMILY
SEWING MACHINE!
Only SO OO.
STRENGTH. SIMPLICITY, CHEAPNESS
fnnd durahility comhined. (trcAtest wonder
tlienxo! A porhible machine wpit'llln only four
pound! tJiin lie eurrli'd hy u child from room
room: may he atuiched iimtantly to any workstuud
or table: will sew on either fine or coame fubries.
li lid villi silk, tloead or cuttmi. Cull be uorknl
either by tho hand or tet. Thottroat demand for.
Rood portablu low-priced machinuoan now he fully
mot. Uan he si'iu in operation at Xo. 4n Uth
atrcot, Cincinnati, Uhlo,and at tho F;llrnf the Me
chanics' Institute.
JB. K. IlIGUrVS General Aent.
, :B'jpl.f,-awJ
A I ARCE ASSORTMENT OP
AURICULRAC. ROOKS,
VOB HALB Ut
E. MEN DEN HALL, ' ., .
At lila new Store, 10 West Vilth-alreet.
'Lsnpt.
THE A3IER1CAN
Railway Guide,
FOR. SEPTEMBER, '
JUST RECS1VKD.
rr.icn 2.j cents.'
For sale by E. lUENDEMTALI,,
At his new atorc, Ho. 10 West Fifth-street.
sop:
NEW ADTEaOTfflSMEgT
(
of
to
a
.V
.,
1
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T e ale r s"i li Eixcla an.tf e.
, M j5 3 'CINCINNATI, ; o X I !?
THE UNDERSIGNED,' OF THE LATE
House of-r i Jf f ?' '' ! '(
, GILMORE 1JROTHERTON, ,.. ,
lias tinunicuced'businese under tie above firm nam
At No. 7 aud U Thirtl.atrcet, (.Trust Com ,
. uuur uniiuing.)
scp";o)i
J;Ii.UUOTHERTON.
K. ELLltf.Ja.
J. W. VIHTOB.
V
B. ELLIS, Jr., & CO., ';
,f i ...
(SUCCESSORS
TO WOOD, LK. CO.,)
IB jL zsl es n 3
NO. IS WEST T1IIRD.ST.
. ' . . (sopsbwf .. .,
30. $:$... $30. 8SO.
: Thirty-Dollar Double lock-Stitch .:
SKCLBKD BY EECEST LETTKTW PATENT.
rmillS MACHINE HAS BEK1T PRO
M. NOUNCED hy all competent hide
who
.....tt o li. th. h.Ht .mil mniit ifHHirifchle Fam
ily Siwini( Machine evor introduced, renartHems
of price. It will sbw nil kinds of family uooil,
from tlio very thickest to the ver, ftm stfaliricsmaae,
and use nil kinds of tlirt'uil, from No. to 2O0. ,
No nil In iimc tl on iuii of the iVIncoino.
Sonufjra circular, urnill nn'l see it In operation.
Tfpon rarlv applioiitioa, Stnto nnd County Kisnls may
bonocm'tl. ' . ... , , t
An ener?ctla person can makoa fortune In a short
time. Agents wautecl in all nnsold territory.
I II. V. IIKRTftlAN :
- 8c le and oxoln.ivf acont for tho Unitixl States,
sepHfmt US West Fourth-street, Oiucippali.
O.EIEMIMIION
" At Pike's Opera-House. ,
: LANE' & "BOD LEY'S' ::
PORTABLE
Circular Saw Mill!
AKO ' '1
LOti-TTMING APIPAMTCS,
. ... !! ; is) DAUt OPIBATlllN IN .
Macliinoi'yprtaaeiit.
REMOVAL.
A111WS at COST
I WILL UE310VH TO MT NEW BTORE.USDEB
Pike's Opera-house,
' ' '.- ; 0H T"r J: ! i''
1 FIRST OF OCTOBER,'
AMPOfFEBMT rRESENTBTOOK AT
Greatly Reduced Prices.
HENRY FALLS,
65 West Foiipth-'strecil.
S.WYME&C0.
9
Respectfully, cnU tho nttcntlon of City and
Coautry iilercliunts to their - '
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK
WHITE GOODS,
EMBROIDERIES,
1 i-V'' ; ' 'i '.' s- " '
HOSIERY,, j , '
GLOV1S, ...
HIURTS, '
T WDBBSinttTsT,' ft
' ' ' ' DRAWERS,
i , '!?'. S CRAVATS,
SIKH,
- -AND EVKRY VARIETY f
NOy3EO,NSi
ST Our stock of WOOLEU H08IEUY is our own
manufacture. . .
J. E. VVYNNE & CO..
- ; IVo. tl Pearl-street. A
jieplgawl
FAjLIj TRADE.
1859.
'.I X J
'a
MERCH ANTS & MILLINERS!
WE INVITE YOUR PARTICULAR AT
TENTION to our large collection of Bleu
aud Elegant , . , I ,
SII.KH,
RIBBONS,
" HKAD-D11BSWRH, -"
-, FRENCU FLOWERS,
EMBROIDERIES,
, , BONNETS,
' ' " CLOAKS,' ! ' '
' . GLOVES,
LACBK, dce.,tVe.
STRAW GOODS.
A larire Selection from all the novnltioa or the ma
son. Also, tho largest and moat complete aatortment
"!.. VoiaA;w,iifii,''-.;
... .,, . . ,,i
To hn found in any Jobhfnir-house in tlm West, All
of which w nlfr to CASH AND SHOltT-TIME
BUlKltS at K ASTERN 1'KICE. . . i
W. P. DEV0U & R0CKWOOD,
83 AND 85 PEARL-STREET,
sepi? s J -' riMCrKSATI. ' ; hw
FLOUR.-I HAVE OS HAND A VERY
floe artlcln of extm white what Klmir. "The
Mngnnlla Hills," wurrantud extra line. Delivered to
auy pai't of the city lire of charge.
' - FBttOTJHOH, Grocer,
sepH ' Corner Mnth and Vine.
CJPICES FOR PICKLIN&.-ALL VARlE-
TIKSof Xpicoaor Pick Una;, vlj!:triiHtariler.d,
black ami while: noDDor, 4lbiDlct..tiiirir. rlovin. eiu-
numiin, mace hiiiI uutmeas, all of wlilrh ran lie had
ground oc. ungrbivid.
J t FKUOUSON. Oroonr.
.' Corner Ninth anil Vine-.
FRESH BALTIMORE 0 Y ST.ER.Ss I
have commenced receiving freih Boltlmoro
Oydtera, which are of annnlltr unnurpaased hy any
piuers, , . ,-i (.,. j riuiii;nun, iirocer,
sepit
Oornnr Ninth nnil Vinn
LTImescopy.

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