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ANDY W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL.
editors mo rttnuiTou.
OmC SO. U WW? FOURTH BT'MT.
RI DAY '--,--,. SKPTKMBE J.6
3T3orerl notices of the irttoles of oui
advertisers la the Mohotcs Exhibition
Deoessarily deferrsd, will be jiren to-morrow.
The Mechanical Exhibition.
A stair of fcotiva-minded, ingenious men at
tend, with their machines, at the Ohio Me
onanlos' Exhibition sums of them with prom
ising, praotlcil, progresiive Instrumentalities
which will bleat and improve society. Other
attend with models wbiohindioatasotue talent,
bat It is mitappliod the plan it immature,
and hence their mosey hat been squandered to
so purpose. We examined what is claimed ti
be a otw power constant levtrago power
eranMess rotary. Mr. J. HlTHiWAT, of Mil
waukie, Wlacomln, attended the fair yester
daj with the model of a orankleis rotary, a
pulley leverage, by which the full foroo of the
motive power to which it it designed to be an
attachment la constantly exerted having a
regular motion neither minimum nor maxi
mum. There are no dead points to be over
come there is no variation in the velocity
no large fly-wheel being necessary. . It can
be applied to oomnion road-carriages, steam
plow, lathes, fco. There is a oord or strap
passing over a pulley, which is constantly
working, on a bighting pawl Inside- tSe'erl
phcrjr of a wheel, which gives the uniform 'mo-'
tloo. Several mechanics of our oity have
spoken approvingly of tha invention.1 . The
Inventor returned to Wisconsin with his nov
elty last night.
Tench, of Western-row, shows substantial
wares, and his mangle, whloh, as ironer, ef
fectually smooths olothes, Is just the artiole
for hotels, steamboats and boarding-houses.
CiLDTTBLL & Co. exhibit their metallio roof
ing. The sheets are easily put on and off are
fire-proof and water-proof; no solder is used,
and no expansion or contraction of the metal
can oanse a leak ; it can be applied upon old
or new buildings. The Gazcttt Company
building and hundreds of other ediBoos and
railroad depots prove it to he cheap and lasting.
BcTLxa's inka are known the world over ;
they want no reoommendation.
The Telegraphic News.
We want lonafide nows, occurrences, notes
of important movements in the political and
social world, but our paper is not the vehicle
of political trash, whulesala nor retail; We
don't want our readers to find Douglas or
Anti-Douglas special nletidintrs in the tale
graphic column, if at all. In the fervor of
me active enterprise now warmly engaged in
by the "Union Line," the ill-advisod ways
of the two morning rivals ia independent
dispatches is coming into vogue. We mean
transferring the editorial talk of Eastorn pa
pom into Western journals, let political
papers continue this as an independent
movement, if thoy please, but tho Prnnt
Passs loaders want some more substantial
food. Let this be reformed at once. We
don't want to re-produce here what the Her
ald may say, or Forney's Preu may say. We
can write editorials in the Woat to suit West
ern people, and in the Penny Perss columns
we want no party politics.
We have had due consideration for our
readers, and intercepted from the telegraphic
eolurnri a long, tough, boring, indigestible
lretiao of some Pennsylvania politician
about postage rates.
The supposition, by any, that the City
Council on Wednesday night really and elB
Ofloioualy passed an order condemning the
Wooater Turnpike Road, is a delusion. It
was merely a resolution, and obtained but
nineteen votes j it should have been an ordi
Eauoo, receiving a two-third vote.
Tho City Solicitor, however, can examine
the legal relations of the proposed scheme,
and report his views and recommendations to
the City Council. The Pendleton and Fifth
street market-space Street-Railroad Co. claim
that they have leased the road for a track be
fore any tranefer of the pike can be made to
the citv, and that if condemnation be made,
it timet be done subject to the lease, and that
the compulsory clause of contract requiring
railroad companies to bowlder the streets in
which the track is laid does not apply to
them. Thus, besides the expense of con
demnation, the city has to incur the entire
expense of such, paving. They claim, also,
to bo exempt from paying to the city one
cent per passenger carried above Washington
The East End Street-Railroads.
We know that "Westward the star of Em
pire wends its way," but the Ortat Hattem
is earning West The Pendlatoa and Fifth
street Market Railroad Company are in a par
tial state of action. They laid two of the
rails of the route jointly awarded to them and
another company. Technically they have
compiled with their contract. The fever in
Fulton, or the Seventeenth Ward, in favor of
street-railroads, it renewed. To-night a meet
ing it to be held in the new englne-houte to so
licit subscriptions for thit Eatt End Street
Railroad Company. Mr. Cms. H. Kimjoub
has agreed to subscribe $50,000 to the stock if
the residents in Fulton will raise another
$10,000. It will be raised.
The fever is up in Columbia, a village
above Pendleton. Yesterday, we are in
formed, the Columbians subscribed $8,300
toward a fund to secure the laying of a track
from the new corporation line up to Columbia
Hotel. Hail Columbia! To-night a meeting
is to be held in Columbia to add still further
subscriptions, and to organize a company.
A necessity exists for a slight change in
two parts of this company's route, as thore
will be a couflict of the cars of the two com
panies using tho same track on two streets.
As soon as this is remedied the company will
lay down their track with speed.
Omnibuses Will Run Opposition.
We learn that no satisfactory arrangement
has yet been made for the purohase of the
omnibus Interest, and that increased stook will
bo plaoed on the omnlbns lines, to compete in
speed and oomfort with the oars. The people
in the moan time are to have increased faolll-.
Appointments of Methodist Preachers
. Wnxux Yocxg is appointed Presiding El
der of the East District, of this eity. J. T,
Mitchell takes the place of Assort Lowbt,
t Wesley Chtpel, who is appointed to Hamil
on, J. T. Bin. suooeeds J. J, Thompson at
Vabury Chapel, Webster-street, who is trans
erred to Urban a. T. A.G.Pnuursto MoKen
Iree Chspel (Seventeenth Ward). W. B.
Aoitt, to Mount Auburn. T. 8. Collet leaves
Ladies' Home Mission; auooeeded by J. F.
IVbioht, and takes place of T. D. Chow, at
Congress or East Pearl-street Church. J. Ken
oill tuooeeda J. P. Witebhouse, at Walnut
Sills. W. H. Sutherland ia returned to
Trinity or Nith-atreet charge.
M. Mablet Is Presiding Elder of the Weat
rn District. W. F. HiBTLKT comet to Raper
Chapel. W. L. IlYPta, to Park-street Chapel,
in plaoe of J. F. Chalvint, who is Presiding
Elder of Dayton District. E. Q. West-comes
o Findlay Chapel on Clinton-street, between
Gutter and Linn. S. D. Clayton, to Bethel.
The following pastors are returned to their
itatlons, viz: C. W. Shirs, to Morris Chapel;
3.' L. Yourtkr, to Christie Chapel; Weslet
Howe, to York -street, snd Gboroi O, Robin
son, to Union Chapel.
Opposition, when restrained within due
bounds, is tho salubrious gale that ventilates
the opinions of the people, which might oth
erwise stagnate into the most abject submis
sion. It may be said to purify the atmos
phere of politics. Even when the gale blows
with augmented violence, it generally tends
to the advantage of the commonwealth. It
awakens the apprehension, and consequently
arouses all the faculties of the pilot at the
helm, who redoubles his vigilance and cau
tion, exerts his utmost skill, and, becoming
acquainted with the nature of his navigation,
in a little time learns to suit his canvass to
the roughness of the sea and the trim of the
Opposition, when confined within its proper
channels, sweeps away those beds of soil and
banks of sand which corruptive power had
gathered; but when it overflows its banks
and deluges the plain, its course is marked
by ruin and devastation.
The City Work-house.
If (our munolpal authorities have any heart
for the Interests of the oity, we trust they will
proceed at once to prepare designs for a city
work-house. What has become of the oom
mlttee? Give us a report. Give ns a discus
sion on proper designs; and after seleotlon of a
design, let the con traot be awarded this win
ter, so that the work may be commenced early
in the spring.
Cincinnati in Paris.
The last steamer brings news of the arrival
at Paris, France, of Miss C. H. Shoenberger
and William Wiawell, of this city. Mr.
George W. Wiswell, the son of the latter, is
also in the Frenoh oapital, pursuing his studies
in the modern languages, and improving him'
self in tbe art of playing on the piano, for
which he has a great fondness.
We learn that between ten and twelve
o'clock yesterday thereeelpts ot the Cincinnati
streot-railroai ear, for the short distance from
the Gibson Home to the City Buildings, was
THE HOME, or FAMILY JOYS AND FAMILY CARES.
THE HOME, or FAMILY JOYS AND FAMILY CARES. By FREDRIKA BREMER. Translated by Mary Howitt.
Authorized American Edition, with the author's
Authorized American Edition, with the author's corrections Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson & Brothers.
Cincinnati: Rickey, Mallory & Co.
This book, when it first found its way to the
peoptoof Amorlca, thrilled the hearts of the people
at all flrdtides North and South. The eminent
Swedish authoress baa illustrated the truth of the
lines, "From home mar be good, but at borne Is
beet." As a gossiping, joyous, mind and heart-improving
book, we commend It to our readers. It la
an old, but an ever new home.
MISS LESLIE'S BEHAVIOR BOOK—A Guide and
Manuel for Ladies, as regards their Conversation,
Manners, Dress, Introduction, Entree to Society,
&c.: their Person, &c.: with Full Instructions and
&c.: their Person, &c.: with Full Instructions and Advice in Letter-writing, Receiving Presents, Incorrect
Words, Borrowing, Obligations to Gentlemen,
Offenses, Children Decorum in Church, at
Evening Parties, &c., &c. By Miss ELIZA LESLIE,
Evening Parties, &c., &c. By Miss ELIZA LESLIE, Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson & Co. Cincinnati:
Rickey, Mallory & Co.
Tbe authoress, who la well known for her
excellent compilation of a new cookery book, aaya
that this book Is addressed chiefly to the youug;
but ahe would be gratified by finding that even old
ladies have found in It some advantageous sugges
tions oii points thatbad hitherto escaped tlielr notice.
The title of the book advises the reader what a har
vest of valuable texts it contains.
THE NEIGHBORS—A STORY OF EVERY-DAY LIFE,
By FREDRIKA BREMER. Translated by Mary
Howitt, Philadelphia: T. B Peterson & Brothers.
Cincinnati: Rickey, Mallory & Co.
The authoress has been a visitor to American
homes, and hor books she bids to visit hor American
neighbors, hoping that wherever there la a good hus
band and father, a true wlfeand mother, and dutiful
children, there will be the spirit of freedom and
peace, and love, and that boautiful feeling; of noble
minds which makes them confer hnppiuess on their
fellow Christiana. Tbe excellent manner In which
this edition has been pat to prens commends it us
readable book. The moral tone Is excellent and will
not retard any lady it) preparing her "heavenly pur
ple." We are also indebted to T. S. Teterson 4 Brothers,
Philadelphia, through their Cincinnati Agents,
Messrs. Rickey, Mallory a Co., for a copy, pamphlet
form, of No. 1. ("Oliver Twist") of a complete and
cheap edition for the million , of the entire writings
of Charles Dickens. Price 25 cents a volume, or the
complete set for .
Also, "Tbe Burgeon' Daughter and Castle Dan
gerous." By Blr Walter Scott. Likewise, one of a
cheap edition of all this author's novels.
Also, "The Mohicans of Paris,", a fifty-cent vol
ume, a new and original novel. By Alexander Du
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
NEW YORK, September 15.
The BoraU'i, special Washington corres
pondent says: ...
"General Seott'e advice is required in rela
tion to the Man Juan Island difficulty, and
will be asked for at a meeting of the Cabinet,
which will be held Thursday for the nurnose
of reading over the late dispatches frotn Gen.
Harney and debating on the general bear
in irs ot affairs. In this lizht General Scott's
opinion is considered absolutely necessary by
"The Administration are a (rood deal exer
cised in regard to the present aspect of af
fairs, growing out of the seizure of the Island
of Snn Juan. They are fearful that a colli
sion will take place before the dispatches,
which ore nearly completed, can reach Gen.
"Nothing baa been received from Commis
sioner Campbell, who has been engaged for
upward of two years arranging the boun
dary. "Mr. Preston, our Minister to Spain, will
doubtless return home as soon as he learns of
tbe death of Governor wyckliffe. ' Our Gov
ernmcnt, at the request of his family, has
writteu him, giving him leave of absence,
provided he desires it."
IhajiiMalsai'rom Lcuisjnjejard to th
sale of mules , at Camp .Ploydls a tissue of
falsehoods, from beginning to end.
The Peruvian Minister had a long interview
with the Secretary of State, to-day, in refer
ence to the affairs transpiring between the two
Vera hss recently manifested a disposition
to settle a number of long-standing accounts
held by our eitiiena.
The Timet' t Washington correspondent sends
to-day some very interesting aa well as nsw
and authentio figures on the current and pros
pective finances of the Federal Government.
It appears that the Secretary of the Treas
ury, on a- revision of his estimates of tha
revenue for. tbe fiscal year of 1800, ending
June 30th next, claims that his customs will
yield at least $fi2,40U,000, instead of $58,
000,000, aa he before estimated, and that with
other resources he will be able to reimburse or
purchase the public debt to the extent of
$7,751,000 without reducing his working bal
ance below $6,000,000 at the end of the yesr.
He haa already determined that no treasury
bills falling due after June 30th last will be
received, or in any way renowed.
The amount subjeot to renewal was less than
$5,000,000; since then the Sub-Treasurer in
New York and other parties for the Govern
ment have disposed of about $2, 000,00e. Bis
revised budget for I860 is thus presented to
provide for all wants of the year, $63,321,000,
with a oath balance, June 30th, of $5,943,390;
treasury bills, $4,950,000; loan of January,
$24,138,000; oustoms of the year, $62,400,000;
lands and miscellaneous, $4,000,000. Total,
$77,072,000, leaving a surplus June 30,1860,
WASHINGTON, September 15.
The reoent convention between Great Britain
and Guatemala, defining the boundaries of
Belize, does not threaten a disturbance ot our
peaceful relations with England, nor embar
rassment to the settlemont of our Central
Lieutenant-General Spott arrived here this
morning, and in the oourse of the day called
on the President and other officers of tbe Gov
ernment. He oamo on buBlnosa relative to the
San Juan Island dispute. The present Indica
tions are that he will be ordered thither, the
condition of affairs in that quarter being con
sidered such as to require the astvloes of a
man of his well-known oharaoter for prudenoa
in all his official movements, to prevent a pos
sible collision between the United States and
British forces, pending tho ""'tlomont of the
question by tbe two Governments, as in the
The leave of absence to Commodore Stewart,
to enable him to visit Europe, having ex
pired, he has been, it is said, officially in
formed that it would be gratifying to tha
Navy Department if he would resume aotive
command of the Philadelphia Navy-Yard.
This mark of high respeot is in aocordanca
with the act of Congress which bestowed on
him tbe title of Senior Flag Officer, in recogni
tion of his distinguished servioes and merits.
Secretary Floyd has been advised by his
physician to take the route to Old Point Com
fort, on hia way to Washington, and he will
leave the Springs in a day or two for that
purpose. His health is somewhat improved.
The Syracuse Convention.
SYRACUSE, September 15.
The State Democratio Convention met this
morning and nominated the same ticket as
that by Wood's party, with the exoeption of
tne tilers, ot toe court ot Appeals.
The reaolutiona reported for the considera
tion of the convention strongly affirm the
rights of American oitizons, native and adopted.
all over the world, and tne duty of tneuovern
ment to protect them, and declare that Con
gress has not the powor to legislate slavery
into the Territories, or to enaot a slave eode
for the Territories, or to prohibit the South
from a just share in the benefit of a Territory.
Thoy aloo indorae, uioderatoljr, tho course of
the national Administration.
NEW YORK, September 15.
The IleraUVt Syracuse correspondent savs:
"Wood and his men completed their ticket
ana returned Home to is evening. Tho tseni
cia Boy and other 'Short-boys' aacompany
him. Wood is very bitter in his denuncia
tions of Dickinson, Schell and others, and
says he will (laughter them in the Newi.
He made a strong Douglas speech to-night
at tho Voorhies House, and is now bound to
develop the T ittle Giant's interest in tha
State. Dickinson says he has understood the
measures of Wood to draw him into bii snare,
and has therefore avoided him." '
Riot at Manchester, N. H.
MANCHESTER, N. H., September 15.
At the firemen's muster held here to-day a
serious riot occurred between the firemen and
gamblers. Several buildings wero partially
demolished and other property dostrojed. Tbe
gamblers used their pistols, but were finally
driven off. Two houses on Elm-street occu
pied by them were gutted. Tho mob next at
tacked the American House and Museum
building, breaking the windows.
The mob was in the aot of attaokinst other
honaes not occupied by the gamblers, when a
speeon irom a nreman, in wmch he represented
that they were destroying property of those
who were entirely guiltless of any offonse,
oaused them to dosist.
There are seventy-five fire eompauiei horo to
take part in the contest for a prise.
Democratic State Convention.
WORCESTER, Mass., Sept. 15.
The State Democratio Convention is in ses
sion, and the attendance ia unusually largo.
Much feeling is exhibited between the Doug
laaites and thoir opponents. The former
want the Convention to make an expression
favorable to Douglas.
Francis Tarker,a Douglasito, is the tempo
Resolutions pledging the Convention to
Tlnilfrljia flnil itn tinnli1a..nffad!.nn .inn.
O -- viumj uuu-
trine were laid on the table as being out of
Geo. B. Loring (Douglas) was elected por
mnncnt President, receivin ir 900 out nf l .inn
Large Sale of Wool.
NEW YORK, September 15.
The Boohester Democrat says that on Tues
day Messrs. Torry Sc Erriccson, wool-dealers,
sold a Massachusetts manufacturing company
200,000 pounds of New York State fleece wool,
and to a firm in Boaton 40,000 pounds of pulled
wool. Tbe termB of these two sales ore private,
but the transaction amounts to nearly $125,000.
Murder at Wheeling.
WHEELING, September 15.
James Stewart, of the firm of W. & ,1.
Stewart, of this city, was found dead in tho
market-house, near his own store, about seven
o'clock this evening, having been stabbed in
the heart. No clue to the murderer.
In a fight among some rowdies on the fair
grounds this altornoon, Major Baldwin
stabbed William Donavan bo seriously in the
throat that his life is despaired of. Baldwin
is lu custody.
NEW YORK, September 15.
The steamer Jmon sailed this morning for
Galawi'y with $100,000 in specie. Tho steamer
Bavaria also sailed for Soutbamton with $750,
000 in specie.
LOUISVILLE, September 15—P. M.
Hiver stationary, with two feet five innhna
in the cannl.
CAMPRict.r. rrva-mt nn th.uiK i. ...u.
Rpenccr Uuuse, y Knv. Jmrios Black!, Ino. M. Corny.
v win .nuiuriuB Drjriiiu ,
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A SATI, (AST AND BPPXCTrjAL CtTSl, fOB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Ac.
TweDty-flro cents per bottle."VB
GEO, M. DIXON, Druggist,
au-em Corner of fifth and Main-streets,
2S&-TIM0THY A. O'CONNOR IS A CAN
DIDATE for the oflice of Judre of the Court of Com
mon Pleat of Hamilton (Jouuty, at the entiling elec
tion, nulijecl to.tbe decision of the Democratic Con
5PB-WILLIAM STOMS 18 A CANDIDATE
for County Treasurer, subject to the decision of the
Opposition Convention. seplCe
S38-TJNCLE JOE KOS9 IS A CANDI
DATE for County Commissioner. ' topisaw .
ffiJTJOS. K. SMITH IS A CANDIDATE
for the office of County Treasurer. eplSaw
sJ-OPPOSITION. Da. K.S.NEWTON,
candidate for County Treasurer. aep!4
""pLEONARD SWAKTZ W'lLL BE A
candidate fur Couuty Commissioner of Hamilton
County at the euauiDg October election. auiutf
I. O. O. F. THE OFFICERS
and members of Wilder En- iKi" ,..
campmen . Mo. 1, 1. 0. O. r are hern- Aysvise
by notified to attend a regular quur-5tsj3Sr
te'lv meeting of the Knc&uipmeut on 'WvvX'0
KKIDAY EVENING, (September 16, at "
7,Si o'clock, for the payment of duet.
BepH-Oh-Tline. OKU. A. PETEH, Pcrlbe.
THE FRENCH PATTERN
flint (Uiutm Vrnlt.ti.rii. intrndncMlbv Hunt
ington Co., In IBM, have given good satisfaction, aa
iaey aaep tue irun wltlioul imparling 10 u auy un
They only require a little common tallow or bees
wax or mutton tallow to make thorn perfectly air
tight. A now supply arrived on Wednesday, and we can
now fill orders. HUNTINGTON BUDS. A CO.,
sep 6-lt Hi) Main-street.
BUSINESS MEN'S PRAYER
MEETINGS am held everv morn I riff in the
saaoiuent of the First Church. All are Invited, jyl
GRAND EXCURSION TRIP
GRAND EXCURSION TRIP —BY THE—
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton,
Dayton and Michigan, Toledo and
Detroit, Great Western and
Grand Trunk Railroad, to
Montreal and Portland.
fl3STIIE MAMMOTH STEAMSHIP
UPGS? will leavo Kngland on the 15th lust., and is
expvoted to roach Portland on the 22d.
Special Excursion Tickets
From ('incinnntl to Portland and roturn will be sold
for S'iO, go' d fur three weeks from thu l'Jtli inxt.
Excurainnlstii will have an opportunity also of see
ing tueGREAT VICTORIA BKIDGifi, at Moniroal,
which is two mllea in length and nearly completed.
Tickets sold at all the Tickot Offices of thud., H.
A D. It. E. Company. D. McLAKKN.
Superintendent 'I., H. A D. K. It. I
A. U. SHOEMAKER,
sepHf General fiuperlntondent D. A M. B. B.
HAMILTON COUNTY FAIR!
September 13, 14, 15 and 16.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
VS2S"TRAINS WILL LEAVE CIN-
Gfir CINNATI for the FAIR GKOTJNDS at
8 A. JI.l 10 A. M.i 2 P. M., and 4:3n I". M.
Retubninu Trains will leuvelho Fair Grounds for
Cincinnati at 10:16 A. M. 12 HI.; P. il,, and G:1'J
The 8:03 A. M. and 4 P. M. trains from Dayton will
alftoHtoptt the VairQrouods.
" are from Ciuolnuiiti N the FairQrounds and
return, FIFTY CENTS. Tickets good on any of the
above trains. For sale at the Ticket Oflice, Sixth
street Depot. nepliiaw O. llcLARKN, Supt.
From H. Brace, Esq., Covington, Ky.
"Sr. Ealing performed an operation on my feet
nearly two years ago, which has given full satisfac
tion in performing a perfect euro. H. BltUOE.
"Cincinnati, September , 1899."
From A. Q. Gower, Esq., Resident
Engineer Cincinnati and Coving
ton Bridge Company.
"About two years ago Dr. Iidlug operated with
mucle skill on my foet. I kayo novr the satisfaction
of stating that I have not felt any return of the same,
the cure being complete and permanent.
"Cincinnati, September 2, 1839."
From W. T. Crawford, Esq., of the
Firm of Arnold & Crawford.
"TWO TEARS ago Br. Ealing operated on a Bun
ion, then in a very bad state. I lmre now called to
thank him for tbe great relief and comfort I have
since enjoyed. Tho large protuberance Is now en
tirely smooth. W. T. CRAWFOBD. .
"Cincinnati, August , 1859." . ,
Dutch Flower Boots.
H7ACINTH8, TULIPS, CROCUSES j ,
Lilly of the Valley, 4o.
Aeceired and for sale at
8. W. HAHBLTINE ft CO.'S Seed and
Agricultural Warehouse, 171 Walnut-street.
Kfk BRLS. APPLES, EXTRA.
Iteclved and for sale by '
8. W. HAZELT1M5 & CO.,Seedand
Agricultural Warehouse, 171 Walnut-street.
CAVA GN A'S
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTH-STREET.
TUB SUBSCRIBER 13 NOW RECEIV
ING daily, per Express, liiaanlonrild ()vtra.
Having completed arraugumema Id Baltimore, on
the most extensive bohIo, I will at all times during
the seanun be prepared to furnish ray friends, "and
th rost of mankind," with the mint DKLICIOUS
BIVALVES imported to th Queen City. None but
... in, iiii'i t. went uuuuemeiiti onerea
at this importlng-hoiue.
vruer aiouciuiu bus promptly nnea, Terms cash.
aepllf Sola Importer and Proprietor.
1ft BRLS. OLD CATAWBA WINE,
M.W Vintage of Mi, for mlo at
TpUa 8 Maln-ttreot.
OHIO STATE FAIR.
Columbus and Xenia
THE OHIO STATE PAIR WILL BE
beld at Zinesvlire on the 20th, 31st, 22d aud 23d
dare of September, IM9.
Trains leavo the Little Miami Depot at S A, Jt.i
F:30 A. M and 11:30 1. M.
Tare for the Round Trip, $5.
Tickets good from the 19th to the 24tn of Septem'
ber, ia-liii ve; to bo had at No. 1 Burnet House, cor
ner Third and Vine-streets; Walnut-street House;
outh-enst corner of Front and Broadway, and at the
Little Ulnmi Depot, Eitnt front-streft.
ep!6 tt2dp J. DUBAND, Superintendent.
NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!!
B. G. & CO.
LIFE FOR, A LIFE. By the author of
"John Halifax, Gentleman," "Olive," "The Ogil
vies," "A Horo," "Agatha's Husband." 4c 60c.
UENRY ST. JOHN, GENTLEMAN, of
"flower of Hundreds," in tbe County of Prince
George, Virginia. A Tale of 1771-75. By John
Boston Cook, author of "Virginia Comedians,"
"Leather stocking and Silk." Price Jl
MY THIBI) BOOK. A Collection of Tales.
Sy Louisa Chandler Jloulton Price $1
JUST BECE1VKD AND FOB SALE BY
ROB'T CLARKE & CO.,
55 West Fourth-street.
TUE TRADE SUPPLIED.
The great Natural 1
Has arrived and taken rooms at the
South-east rorner North and New-utreetx.
THE FIRM OF SMALL A WILLIAMS
Is this day dissolved by mutual consent,
J. H. SMALL,
a. R. WILLIAMS, JB.
Cincinnati, Soptember 19, 1S.
B. K. WILLIAMS, jb , will continue the Broker
age business at the oflice of the firm. No. 39 Walnut
street. H. K. WILLIAMS, J.
Cincinnati, September H,lSii. pl6n
J. T. DROWJTE & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF JEWELRY,
new wholormlo establishment, 07 West Third
street, between Walnut and Vine, (room No. 4, up
tairs.) Cincinnati. Factory at Providence, Rhode
Ielauil. Newatyli'B receivod weekly. aepKinm
Grocers, UrnseistH, Confectioners, ITotol
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL, UPON THE
rorclpt of 8l, send yon a receipe for making
Honey, witn which auy person can mnke an ar'icle
thnt will be fully eiiual to any Strained Honey they
ever snw.antl at le than one-fourth t lie cost (if the
genuine Hoi)y. Tho material fur making it can bo
ouiaiueu imywnere auu ai ueuiail cosi. Ailrtrehs
W. L. MOItltIS,
sepl8a Box 1,81, Cincinnati.
GRATES AND STOVES !
Any Style of fivatos nan be Sot or Reset with
A S THE MERITS OF THIS VAI.
-iJS- 1TAHLK Improvement have been fully estah
lislicil in this citv aud vicluitv bvover tflVETIIOTT
SAND who have used it the pant two winters, we
presume it is only nceaflnry to remind all who de
hire economy and comvoht that the season to prepare
for winter has arrived, and that It would be well to
nave tneir urates resot nt-turn tue all house-clean
img commences: the sootier it la dona tlm ImttAr.
Our workmen loave no dirt; there it no necessity of
rciuuviuK cHrpeiH or lurnuuro.
Any communication through mail will receive
pr mpt attention, and descriptive Circulars will be
(Br"(lrricrn mil v be left nt IVn. 2H Wear Tflfll.
afreet, where the Patent Htovc may be seen.
j. n.niAno! uw., rrottrietors.
Or J. BLAKELY, General Agent. BoplCo
Writing Paper, :
Envelops, Slates, ;
Aud everything in the Book and Stationery line, at
VERY LOWEST PRICES
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT,
No. 112 Main-street.
E ARE NOW PREPARED TO
upply the trade with the
NEW YORK MERCURY
At tho rate of TH11EE CENTS a copy.
EDWARD I. MURRAY,
No. 218 West Fifth-Street,
sepM , CINCINNATI. . c
PATENT NOVELTY FAMILY
Only 06 OO. ,
STRENGTH. SIMPLICITY, CHEAPNESS
land durability combined. Greatest wonder of
the axe I A portable machine weighing only four
pounds I Can be carried by a child from room to
or table : will . aw on either line r team f",3?
" wiiii ourv, LJiiunu ui vuih',1 linn lift wnraVut
either by the hand or feet, , giJClmlnTtl
good portable low-prbTed michlue can now be fully
ni?' 5'u ,n operation, at No, Huiff.
JS. J. HI GQINS, General Agent.
SPICES POR PICKLING ALL VAKIB
TIBHofSninMr.ir Plkll.,. .1.. j ...j
black .ml .liC;, Jm. ."I'.' "?.u'
1 rffui 1 mnjru.ul IJIT, UMIVfJSJ, C1I1
Ti ItniOtl. DlliM Mill lliilliiaiva n II nf Ink l 1 t
Sruiuid or ungrouDtl. J. FKKOUsON, Grocer,
t'omei- MntU and Vint.
BROTHERTOTT & CO.,
Dealers in Exchange,
THE TJNDEBSIGNED, OF THE LATH
GIIiMORE & BROTHERTON,
Has cemmenoed business nnder the above firm nan
At Nan. 7 nnd 9 Thlrd-atTeet, (Trast Com
sepTam J. H. BROTHERTON.
4. W. VISION.
R. ELLIS, Jr., & CO.,
(SUC'CEasOBS TO WOOD, LBA A i)OJ
i , '
NO. IS WEST TIIIRD-ST.
RICKEY, MALLORY & CO.
MV THIRD BOOK, A Collection of Tnles.
By Louisa Cliaudlvr Moultou, author of "This,
That and tho Other," Ac, 12mo. $1.
HENRY ST. JOHN. Gentlemen of Flower
of Hundreds, in tbo (Jouiityof Prince George, Vir
ginia. A Tale of 1774 mid I77.i. By John Kaaton
Cook, author of "Virgiuiu Comedians," io. 12mo.
A TJVE FOft A I.IFR. Br the author oi
"John Halifax, Qcntleman." SO cents. '
GERALD FITZGERALD, THE CHKVA.
LIKE, ily Uharloa Lever. Complete. Jocenta.
TBADE SUPPLIED BY
RICKEY, MALLORY & CO.,
1 15 Mnin-street.
CEORCE M. DIXON,
" -IMPORTER INn nZAF.RR IN
I JURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, EX
TItA quality Medicines, Pharmaceutical pre
parations, Olaasware, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, c
NortU-enst corner Mnln nnd FlflU-streets.
BOXES "HECKER'S." FOR SALE
by QlCi. U. DIXON, Urugeist,
Kortn-cast corner vuiu and Jiiain.
5 CASES, "HEAVY AND LIGHT." FOR
sale by OKO. M. DIXON. Drngijlst,
sepli-nw North-east corner Fifth and Main.
Faints, Oils, &c.
BRLS. EIRE-PROOF PAINT, DARK
fw) brls. Venetian Red, English;
10 casks French Ochre;
ftfl brie. Whiting;
10 brls. Putty, in bladders;
White Lead, Linseed-oil, Ac, at manufacturers'
prices. For sale by
GEO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
sep!5-aw North-east corner Fifth aud Main.
Choice Cigars and Tobacco,
OF THE MOST FAVORITE BRANDS,
always to be had at GEO. Bl. DIXON'S,
s?pl5 mv North-east corner Fifth and Main.
At Pike's Opera-House.
Circular Saw Mill!
IK DilLT 0FKBUT1ON IH
CARPETS at COST
1 WILL BEMOTK TO MT NEW 8TOBB, UN DEB
wi a v .
rme s upera-nouse,
on tnt-r r
FIRST OF OCTOBER.
AND OFFEB MY PBKSBST HTOOK AT
Greatly Reduced Prices.
65 West Fourth-street.
sndKleInt W ' ,arge eolKw"0" of 81011
; . VRENCH FLO WEltS,
- li.i C'tSj JL'c&e,
A larze selection from all tbe novelties of the sea
son. Also, tbe largest and r aost complete assortmsnt
To be fonnd In any JobMn r-louse In the West. All
W. P. DEVOU & BOCKW0OD.
83 AND 85 PI .5ARL-STREET,
101112 riTHrTfNNATT K
A LARGE AfjyORTMENT OF ,
' '-fOI J IALI BT ' . , '
E. MEMDENH ALL, -,-t i
Atbla new Store, 10 v" I ill ! street.
FLOUR. I IAVE ON liA? r A VERY
ft 'i A article o'f extra whlb, u Ktnni. ufh.
Magnolia Mills," warranted extra Muu Delivered t
Corner Muth and Vine,