AND W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL.
1DITOBJ AXD raOPBItTOM. i .
orrio no. H w8T mm btrkit.
SATURDAY...... SEPTEMBER. IT
Judging by tne proofs on exhibition la the
Fair at Pike'i Opera-honse, our mechanics are
in tbe highest rank of merit. But how inade
quate ars the evidences in-doori, compared
with those out-doors. Our elty wantt are
abundantly supplied, and our surplus ia so
abundant as liberally to support a brisk com-
meroe in transporting the articles made in our
workshops to distant Slates. One is pleased
with the evidonoes of thrift and industry
among our native youth. We oan enumerate
some shining examples now in position, who
imoioea a fondness for meohanlos, devoted
themsolves singly to the developmoatof their
pcooiiar ipooiality, and have triumphed taken
high ground in the walks of usefulness. In
tbe fair we have seen numerous epeolmcns of
oompuoatea machinery, well got up, by lads.
The classes in drawing and designing oon
duoted eaoh winter by the Ohio Mechanios In
stitute, have been oomposed of those whose
progress already ocoasioni the observer to note
at onoe the great Importance of that night
School of Design. Encourage out young me
chanics; give them opportunities of examining
principles and studying their adaptation by
examples. The fair itself is a polyteohnlo
sohool of study the models and designs are
silent leotures. let employers so reason, and
thug set. Messrs. Mitohkll fc Rambklsbbiio
distributed one hundred admission tickets to
their journeymen and apprentices, to visit the
Meohanlos' Institute exhibition, aotuated by
tbls desire of benefiting them and their
The Great Mechanic and Inventor,
"We'll make your name ring on the Dela
ware, as soon as we get the propeller there,"
was the oonfideat and spirited encouragement
given to Ericssos, in England, by Captain
Stockton, of the United States Navy, who,
after making a single trip in the experimental
steamboat, from London Bridge to Greenwich,
ordered the inventor to build for him, forth
with, two iron boats for the United States,
with steam machinery and his newly invented
propeller. Tho prophesy and piomiso have
been realized. The United States war-stcamer
Princeton the first war propeller over built,
though moved by a noiseless and nnBeen
agoncy, without a bronth of smoke or steam io
obsoure her path, with no paddle-wheels or
smoke-pipe visible has made the name of
Ericsson ring among the navies of the world.
Ebicssom'b propellers bear the bulk of ooaetitig
freights on eastern bays and the western lakes.
The introduction of Ehicssos's propeller has
occasioned a complete revolution in maritime
The American Institute have made hia
name ring, when the honors of the institute
were given him with the certificate: "That
nothing in the shape of mechanics surpasses
the inventive genius or Captain Ericssos."
It is related of the great and good "Wash
ington, that he addressed a division of the
army Etlorktown, just before the formal
surrender of the British armies under Cobx
waliis, in words to this effect: "My brave
fellows, let no sensation of satisfaction for
the triumphs you have gaiued induce you
to insult your fallen enemy: let no shouting,
no clamorous huzzaing, increnso their morti
iloation. It ia sufficient satisfaction to us
that we witness their humiliation. Posterity
will huzza for us."
A spirit of incredulity and distrust seems
to have characterized the British Govern
ment, and many of the scientific men of Eng
land, as to the merits of Ebicssos's masterly
mechanical inventions, which, in the United
States, have been approvod and fostered.
"Posterity will huzza for him," but we can't
refrain from making his name riV, now,
throughout the West, for the triumphant
suooess of his Caloric Engine, which furnishes
the power to print the Pmnt Press.
The Grand Encampment of United
Hon. "Wm. B. Hubbard, of Columbus, Ohio,
Jiuvmg served twelve years in the distin
guished position of Grand Master of the Sir
Knight Templar Organization of the United
States, has retired, and at the meeting now
being held in Chicago, HonBeni. B. French,
oi wasnington City, was elected Grand Mas
ter. His offioe of Grand Recorder betnir thus
vacated, a Cincinnati man, and, we believe,
onoe a printer of this city, Samuel G. Risk.
of New Orleans, now Grand Secretary of the
Grand Lodge of Louisiana, was elected to
that distinguished office. Ohio was renre
sonted in the Grand Encampment, beside
tho Grand Master, by Sirs John H. Achey,
jvenuarvisand Richard Creighton. Ken
tuciy, by General David S. Goodloe, of Lex
ington, (who has been elected Deputy Grand
easier,; itooert Morris, Henry E. Orr.
nrepnon x. uano and W. M. Ellison. In
diana, by William Hacker, G. TV. Porter,
Martin Frybarger and Thos. R. Austin. The
other grand officers elected are: Winslow
- i;i .uua.uuuuBeiia.uranoi ueneral tssimo;
i. w. 4. Jiianey, of Illinois, Grand Captain
vuojioi juonn, oi atiiornia, (senior
Orand Warden; A. J. C. Pierson, of Min
nesota, Junior Grand Warden; Ed. A. Ray.
mond, of Massachusetts, Grand Treasurer.
Consolidation or Connection.
The railroad question, now of interest in
Cincinnati, is, ahall the Little Miami and
tho Cincinnati, Hamilton and Daytori Rail
roads consolidate, or shall the City Council
allow the former to connect with the broad
gaugod Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, by
running, after night only, a street-rnilroad
line down Front-street. A large number of
property-owners along the line have signed a
petition requesting that such a travel be au
thorized, and they consent to the occupation
of a track in the Btreet for that purpose. The
extremo necessity of meeting ia competition
opposing through-lines imposes on Cincin
nati the duty of giving all reasonable facility
to railroad companies. We do not know
what are the meritsof the proposition of con
solidation, but we believe a connection by a
street-railroad at night would be a valuable
movement to retain business to our city and
Steamboat Men and Shippers Take Notice.
This novel and perhaps Important proposi
tion, coming from among the live Iloosicrs, di
rected to the Mayor, was handed into the City
Council last night, but that body, oblivious of
the weighty document in reserve, adjourned
before President Eggleston could have the
affable clerk read the same to the representa
tives of the great fresh-water maritime port,
the Queen City :
The undersigned proposes to open and keep
open the ohannel of the Ohio River to two and
a half foet to Pittsburg, and three and a half
. lei or more to Umro, lorty teet wiue, at an
Masons of tbe year, provided yonr city will
contribute tho rum cf fifty thousand dollars
per annum for the term of five or ten years
ntty tnousand duilars paramo in cash, or six
per cent, bonds, thirty to fifty years date, when
tne work is completed, and fifty thousand dot
larB, annually, for the term of five or ten
years; provided, also, that othor cities and
towns interested mane proportionals appro
priations, with an understanding that said
contributors shall he proportionately benefited
or relieved thereby an answer to be given
before tbe dredges, now building here, leave
E. B. BISHOP.
MADISON, IND., Sept. 13, 1859.
We don't know what tho city will do for
Mr. Bishop, but we are painfully interested to
know when tho aforesaid dredges leave for
A New Style of Posting Financial Accounts.
We have long known Charles Sbldkn,
Esq.., of this city, as a man, and we rejoice
now that he is in the way of being duly ap
predated as a book-keeper. The presentCounty
Treasurer has been fortunate in securing for
bis principal aocountant Mr. Cuabi.is Skl
den, who has Illustrated his term of office by
digesting a system of book-keeping, and oar'
rying it into Bucoessful practice, that strikes a
man of the humblest attainments in the art as
the simplest and best vet devised. Abundant
testimony is at hand, from experienced ac
countants, that the plan of a condensed ledger
by Mr. Sklukn requires but one-fourth the
oost and labor of old systoms, and that its
brevity, perspicuity, comprehensiveness aud
simplicity will make the general use of the
same in public offices a valuable safeguard to
tbe public. The Auditor and Treasurer have
published cards recommending Mr. Ski.dbVu
plan in tbe highest terms of eulogy.
Change of a Street-Railroad Route
As we suggested yesterday, the Pendleton
and Fifth-street Markot-space Railroad Com
pany desire to change their route. Their
communication to the City Council sets forth
that their route, as at present laid down, re
quires them to run their cars westward on
Fourth-street from Lawrence to Sycamore,
and again eastward on Fourth (the same street)
from Main to Sycamore, and eastward again
on Third-street, subjecting their cars to con
tact with another company having track on a
portion of the same street.-. They ask to be
assigned another location to obviate those diffi
culties. The subject was referred to the Trus
tees of the First and Third Wards to report.
Proposed. Important Improvement of East Third-
Mr. Alei, Scott was allowed a private
contract, last night, by the City Council, to fill
np tbe grade, widen the street, and pavo
Third-street, from Butler-street to Miami
Canal, a bond of indemnification by Jons
Goon and Crb.les II. Kilcocr having been
given to relieve the city from damages from
recent change of grade.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 16.
from Utah states that
the troops are principally employed in pro
tecting the overland emigrants from Indian
The President has recognized Franz Au
gust Hirsch, as Consul for tho Kingdom of
Hanover, to reside at Boston.
The late convention between Great Britain
and the Republic of Guatemala has not ex
cited a renewal of angry controversy between
this country and Great Britain, as wa's recently
predicted by the English press; on the con
trary, both governments are still animated
by the hope that their Central American
differences will bo happily adjusted. The
larger part of the Balize bad never been tho
subject of actual survey, as was offieinllv Hn-
clared by Lord Grey, in 1S3B, and the nbove-
menuoneu convention, it is said, merely
definitely fixes its territorial limits, which
nut was inienaea oy Guatemala as a barrier
to British encroachments on its soil.
This arrangement is claimed to be in accordance
with the DallaB-Clarendon Treaty, a
clause of which to this effeot, substantially
consenting to such an arrangement, having
been ratified by the United States Senate,
while tha treaty itself was defeated by that
body, owing to a clause therein of an anti-
The other points proposed to be settled in
the same treaty, namelv. with naxrA n th.
island of Ruatan, and the surrender of tho Mos-
qaito i-roiectorate to Nicaragua, will be plaoed
in charge of Mr. Wyke, the new British Min
ister, and it is thoueht that thfua nuatinna
will be adjusted by him to the satisfaction of
an parties conoerned, Great Britain having un
dertaken to remove the obstructions to the full
force of the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty.
If any dissatisfaction exists, it is because
ureat urnain nas nrst settled the point whioh
is of the most importance to her, but this may
do me result oi aocment, Sir Wm. Gora Ousley
having previously songht to surrender the
Mosquito Protectorate to Nioaragua, but on
wrms unsaiisiactory to that Republic. What
ba has failed to do, it is confidently expeoted
u.o iiwmgr, ur, yijue, win accomplish.
Such is believed to be th
fairs, according to information derived from
intelligent sources. At all events. ifthor
any unintentional errors in the above brief
BxpuBuion, mey ao not materially affect the
fact recited in connection with this subject.
The following officers have been ordered to
tne Bieam sioon-oi-war NiiTrrm..n .
uioimui, nuut; jjieurenants, treble, Ran
som and Blake; Purser, Emery; Passed Assistant-Surgeon,
Lowber; Master, Eneas Arm
strong. .1.. n..i. t .
Assistent Surgeon Laws h:ia honn nr,l,i
to amy at, rnuaoaipnia .Navy-yard. John
Rudenstein bos been commisBionnH na h..-
geon, and Bennett W. Green, of Virginio, as
Assistent-Surgeon in the navy.
The Chicago Fire—Additional Particulars.
CHICAGO, September 16.
In addition to the losses at hut niht. a..
reported this morning, are Warrington's Vnl
can I oundry-loss $30,000, Insured for $10,000:
Mason, McArthur k Co.. hnilir.wnrir.i..
$6,000, insured for $3,000 in Cleveland; Ma
sonic lodge, occupying the upper story of
Blatchford's building loss $8,000, no insu
rance; B. Bernaner, liquor loss $3,000, fully
Insured; Reformed Presbyter'.an Church loss
$2,000, Insured for 81,000. Also, about one
hundred frame dwellings, valued at from $500
to $1,500 eaoh. A large amount of furniture
was saved, but ia a damaged eondition.
The Hone Klmm-nntMna (1hii.m.. -l.
hew ms guests, turned out with their engine,
doing good servioe. '
New York Financial Matters.
NEW YORK, September 16—P. M.
The heaviness in Stocks noticed yesterday
resulted this morning in a general decline
on the snare list. In the absence of add!
tional glowing accounts from the West and
runner inronenn news, tho market lacks snlrlt,
the disposition to realize increasing as prices
yield. ,' New York Central, since the Board,
sold down to 79, but afterward returned to
7070?. Galena was the steadiest of the
railroad list, opening at 75 and closing at 75
75'A. Toledo, Michigan Centra, Michigan
Southern Guaranteed, and Reading, wero eaoh
l por cent. lower, ltock Island is $ lower;
Panama ; Harlom Preferred and Hudson
River Illinois Central has fallen to 66 a
decline of 1.
There was little or no change in Railroad
Bonds; prices are well maintained: State
Stocks steady, with very moderate transac
tions. The Money market holds its very
easy appearance, can .Loans, as a rule, are
&i6 per cent, and prime Paper, to run
four and six, monthB, 7.. Tho shipment of
specie oy mo Armjo to-morrow, trom present
hi '.uwuutis, is imeiy w oe loss man antici
pated, probably not more than $600,000.
The following is tbe assay of a small lot of
rme-s reait goia dust, lrorr. Jackson and
Clark's diggings, sent by a -western bank to a
banking-house of this city: weight before
melting, 41 dwt.; after molting, 41 dwt., Wt
carats line: value, 82 89-100 per dwt. Total
According to the notice previously pub
lished the Albany Northern Railroad was
sold at auction yesterday. It was purchased
by Abijah Mann, jr., for the first mortgage
bondholders, his bid being $25,000; the
amount of the first mortenircs. 5000.000.
The Rochester Union learns that a transfer
of the control of tho Gencssee Valley Exten
sion Eailroad, from Avon to Mt. Morris, has
been made, and that it will to-day pass into
the hands of the Buffalo, New York & Erie
Company, who havo the northern Bection of
tne roaa. It is said that the road is leased
for a term of years.
Non-Arrival of the Persia.
SANDY HOOK, September 16—P. M.
The steamer Pertia, now in her fourteenth
day out from Livorpool, has not yet been signaled.
NEW YORK, Sept. 16—10:30 P. M.
very dark, and it is raiu
insr hero and at the Hook. ThoTe are no
chances of the steamer Pcria arriving up.
e me unauie to gei me one nay later
news lrom Halifax per tho AWaroo, the
Nova Scotia Company not forwarding it. It
is probably not of the least importance, or it
would have been expressed to Sackville.
Sentenced for Life.
VINCENNES, Sept. 16.
Thomas Pulling, charged with murdering a
man named Morton, in this city, some two
months ago, was to-day found guilty of mur
der in the second degree, by the Davis County
Court, and sentenced to the nenitontlanr for
Later from Santa Fe.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 16.
The Santa Fe mail, with dates to the 2Slth
ult., reached Independence this evening,
There was intense excitement throughout
the Territory relative to the Congressional
election. The army and the Americans were
almost all in favor of Gnlegos. Tho result of
the contest was very doubtful.
Later from Portau-Paince.
NEW YORK, September 16.
The brie Bahiuiorc arrived here this even.
ine, brineinc Fort-au-l'rince advices to tba
iust. General Prophets, Ex-Ministor of
ine interior, ana Bis son, are among her pas
sengers. The daughter of Getl'rard was shot
dead while sitting in her father's chair Ht
tbe Palace Gnrdenoe on the evening of the
3d inst. Great excitement prevailed in con
sequence, it having evidently been the de
sign of the assassin to Bhoot' the President
timsell. There was very little business do
ing. Flonrwasdull at$2 40, Hayticn money.
NEW YORK, September 16.
Captain Wm. Gillespie, of tho brig Mary A.
Foral, arrived this morning from Bahia, re
ports that on tho 3d ult. that port was visited
by a most violent gale, which did considerable
damage, and the shipping business was sus
pended three or four dijs in consequence.
A Prussian ship went ashore and was totally
Steamship Kangaroo at Halifax.
SACKVILLE, N. B., September 16.
The steamship Kmynmo, from Livorpooljon
the 31st ult., put into Halifax at six o'clock
this morning, being short cf coal. She ob
tained one hundred and fifty tuns and resumed
her voyage. She will be due at 'ew York on
Monday. The Kumjaroo bas one hundred
cabin and two hundred and twenty steerage
passengers. Wo are expecting a day's later
news received by her at Qneenstown by tele
graph from Liverpool and London.
OWEGO, N. Y., Sept. 16.
Mr. S. M. Iiroolts, of St. Louis, ascended in
his balloon Cumrt. i'totn tha fair
this village, at six o'clock yesterday after
noon, ana descended eleven miles east at
twenty minutes after six. About 5,000 peo
ple witnessed tho ascension.
Riot on a Steam-Tug.
NEW YORK, September 16.
Yesterday afternoon a diegraoeful riot took
place on board the steam-tug Momh Taylor,
employed to take passengers on board the
Galway steamer Jamn, during which the
Captain of tho tug had his head cut open by
rowdies and the tug marlo a perfect wreck.
The passengers escaped without injury.
United Stated Fair.
CHICAGO, Sept. 16.
interest at the Fair
to-aay, as yesterday, was the exhibition of
steam plows, Doth i'awkes's and Waters's at
tracting the attention of the immense orowds
The number of visitors to-day is estimated
at from 36,000 to 40,000. The receipts jester-
Hat wa (tin nnn "
The trot this afteraoon over tha Gardon Citv
course, between Flora Temple and Princess,
nu. vn. hit tli. f .i-. ...... 1 . i . .... '
j iiuor in mroe itraiKut heatl
Time 2:31, 2:30, 2:26.
COLUMBUS, Sept. 16.
Hon. Abram C. Linnnln. f rnti. .a
, T AIUUUID, BU'
dressed a large crowd In Capitol-square, this
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 16, P M.
romains about stationary at this point,
with scant five and a half feet in the channel
to Cairo. Nothing now from any of the unoer
streams. AVeatbr nloudv and warm. "
LOUISVILLE, Sept. 16, P. M.
rT ii-.ioary, with two feet Gvo inches in
PITTSBURG, Sept. 16, P. M.
No chancre in the river t. Tr i,.. k
raining all day. "
BAt.R nAnTntTRK-iin i.. . ..
J.J,ThompTO, John W. Dala an. Mi-. pisT.KTr
A. Harthnrn, all ..f this city.
I ",UKvK10V1i!,-HAWHKtt7t Dayton, on the 1.1th
I nut., hfitt in KnrrnwMfi. ir . .F nt;... i m 111
Sarnh .lane Hunker, ,-r Or .(To Ooui ty' ,M" 10 Mm
. Mi;ril-WOKllKI.I,M DaytoJ: on th. nth
lint., John Bmiih to Miss Human M WorrJll
nARRISON-On the ISth In.) v.. c
son. ag.d 67 yearn. .. uarn.
The fiiiKirnl will tike rlaca this mnrninir at in
nlfk.from th-residence of hr son-in-l aw.'j W
Ueoi ev. l.M Juhnj.ti'.u.t Tt. r..i..i. "
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
1 MM, CAST AND ICyKLTCiL CUBI, FOi ,.
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Fiux, Ac.
OS"Twenty-flve cents per battl'j."
GEO. M. PiXON.DniKglsr,'
Corner uf Fifth and Malu-ttreete.
S-CIIARLES SELDEN WILL Bhl A
candidate for Cjffty Treasurer, subject to the de
cision of the OoiSafy Democratic Convention.
ltpl7dj i -
2S9-J0SEPII P. BEGGS (latoof the firm of
Beiim Smith) in a candidate! for County Treasurer,
subject to the decision of the Opposition Convention.
I sotl7-fl :
-TIMOTHY A. O'CONNOR IS A CAN
DIDATE fortheofflce of Judreof the Court if Com.
mon Plena of Hamilton County, nt the opening flec
tion, auuject to the decision of the Democratic (.'na.
rent ion. - SHpind
9-WILLIAM STOMSlS A CANDIDATE
for County Treasurer, subject to the decision of tho
Opposition Convention. sepltie
piS-VSCiV JOE ROSS 18 A CAKDI
DATK for County Comroistionor. aepifiiw
jEiTJOS. K. SMITH IS A CANDIDATE
for tho office of County Treasurer, sopi'iaw
candidate for County Treasurer.
It. S. NEWTON,
-LEONARD 6WA11TZ WILL BE A
cnuilidate for County Cnmmiaaioner of Hamilton
uounty at tne ensuing uctoner election. uuiotf
SEIDEN'S CONDENSED LEDGER.
BAETLETT'S COMMERCIAL COT.LKGK, 1
Cincinnati, September lf, 18S9.
To Htato nnd County Auditor nnd Treas
urers Throughout the United states.
Oentt.m:k: Cliarlus Selden, Eq., has got np a
system for Looping hooks, peculiarly adapted to your
Iminess. Eor simplicity, condfnaatlou and utility,
the plan so far surpluses all others now extant as to
justify its universal ndoptlnn, whioh, when ilooc,
defalcation will become much less frequent, from
tho fact that an Auditing Committee competent anil
lioni'st-wlll he ablo to dotect unci expose monthly.
or at shorter intervals, any error or fruud that may
Tho amount of laber reinlred to keen the hooks
npon Mr. BoUlen's plan of auditing tlicm Is not on
(ovarii, compared with any other aystom of which I
buro any knowledge.
Tonrs reapoctfiilly, It. SI, BA1TIETT.
TO THE PPBtlO.
We hnvo oinmineil with care "Solden's Comii.n.nl
Ledsor," recently copy-righted by Charles Heldon. th
chief accountant of Dr. Fries, now T'wisnrer nf
Hamilton County, Ohio, nnd wb unhesitatingly nro-
noonco it the ablest work on book-keeping wo havo
eTor seen. For brevity, perspicuity comprehensive
new and simplicity, it can not lo surpassed, and its
adoption will be a Tolnablu saf.-prunrd to all State,
Crniutr, or rublic Officials, and a protection to tho
public npniiist confusion or fraud.
.losF.rrr o. butler,
WM. B. WILLIAMSON,
O. W. WOODWAItl),
JAMES it. LVLE,
O. E. NOUKSE,
CriARLEiJ CO.NAlf AN.
Cincinnati, September, 1R59.
AUDITOR'S OFFIOE, HAMILTON Odl'NTV 1
(.'1N0IN-NATI, September li. lii.'. ' f
Okstlejiin : 1 daiire to c.ill yonr attention to Sel.
den's Coudensed Ledger, copy-rightod by Charles
Selde a, Ehc, tho indefatigable accountant of Coorgo
Fries, Esij.,County Treasurer of this county, as be
ing the most perfect and comploto system or book,
koeplng I have ever seen. It combines rigid con.
densation with extreme neatness ami simplicity,
nd, although adapted to any business, is particu
larly so in public otllces, and in other cases where
there is a large number of subsidiary nccounts,
shoving et a glance tho onditlon of every Recount
ing acompteto clie:k to tho too rreiment custom of
m ys ti fy in book s wi t h i m proper m o t ivos.
In the beginulngof my admlnlntration as Auditor
of this county, 1 found a system In vogue by which it
was necessary to use twextt-twu books to keep the
itccuunw oi mo county; out, iy tile politeness of M
wiuen, i wasenanifd to fntrodr.ee his "Condensed
oysiem into tne omce, and now kotp ull theac
counts or the county, in a much more satisfactory
manner, with Ave books.
In conclusion, I would recommend bis system to
tne lavoraoio consideration or tho public.
Auditor of Hamilton County.
CiuctSNATr, September, 15, HW.
Sla. Chahics SEtnes-Sir: Tho introduction of
your --uinaensf u imager- or book-keeping into tho
Treasurer's Office has so thoroughly simpllded the
itatement or the county accounts as to relieve me
frnm mnoh otiwla.i. fn .1... .V.
.. , ii ii.il ma large rosponsibil.
Ity of my position would otherwise havo subjected
I desire to acknowledge my ligh nnnrec intlnn f
your uistingnitrea merits as a book-keeper, nnd to
add that, when yonr "Condensed Ledger" eliall be
mtrooucea into tne uovernmeut ofiices generally, a!
ought to be, the people will have but little dim
enltyin comprehending tho most complicated public
hccouuh, oraotecnng errorB, made designedly, or
otherwise, by public officers.
Itcipcctfully, CEOltGE FRIES,
Treasurer of Hamilton County.
P. B.-You aro a candidate for thoDosltlon u,t
now occupy that or Treasurer of Hamilton
County, Ohio-and I hopo you nmy ho elected: nnd. If
elected, it will giro me great pleasure to gonpon your
rl. O. O. K.-BIIILU PUKSEKT
ATION bv tho Inili... ,.r n.
luuiOiaaud PoniiletontoSpoucerLodKo -!.ii!'r
347, I. O.O.F., at the MethSjMS
Prntestant Church in Cnlnmbia. TIIIS",?
EVENING. Brothers nf tho OrdBn'ml
tllO nulilio lenorullv nrn rnMnn.tfi.ll .. . .
tend. By order. W. T. M ATTH tt wj s
;scpl7-C'h. Com. ' '
THE COUNTY tU) ARU FOR
the entializatfon uf real i .1
try tmvnhlpi now in snnsion at the Ceiintv in!
ditor's Oflice. Persons having complaint. wf nr
sunt them n writ ins wiilinut v Cii" P.:
other thai; i those- made in writing will UMt wlth .t:
lennon. Jiy oroerot tli llnarrl.
sopl-atr HOWARD SlATTHtWS, Auditor.
IIUSINESS MEM'H Privpd
vFCSir MEETINGS re held evory mornlna in the
Imminent of the First Church . All a , ffJi til i?!
.1 .til i ii .. i i. " - 4i
GRAND EXCURSION TRIP
.. -nr ma , : , ,, ,
Cincinnati, namllton & Daj ton,
Dayton and Mlchlgau, Toledo and
Detroit, Great Weatern aud
Grand Trunk Railroad, to
Montreal and Portland.
frT,IE MAMMOTH STEAMSHIP
rSr.. .wli l,!iTS "nulaiid on the irtb lust., and la
expected to reach l'ortlnud on the 22d
Special Excursion Tickets
K i iiv-imv viiici'h 01 t iet; II.
D. U.K. Company. I). McLAKEN
buperintnndent 11. ic V. It. R.
pl4f Ooneral guporft&eut fi"h.
J. FEIttJUSflW. Orowr.
Lornor Ninth ami Vine.
fi A?? CRACKERS. A FULL SUPPLY
of thoso excellent Crackern
PiZ ' omer Ninth mill Vli
KIRKS a TABLE BUTTE R TttTvp
made arranirements to have a constant ..i.
i!Jv ".','r"l'lB U""?r'. w,tn wlli fml io, maJ'il
supplied by leaving their order with mHy
WPW Owner Nimtt ln.
A VA1UKD AMD KLEOANT ASSORTMENT OF
FALL AND WINTER : j
NOW READY." '
IOO West FoiirtSi-sti'cet,
A lih FEED-STORE MEN ARE NOTI-
-CJL 1'IKD that 1. O. HEED'S MIIjL, sow on ex
hibition at tho Mechanic' Fair, will grind twenty
live (2.1) bushels of any kind of grain every night,
free of chargo, at the Fair. . i
iepl7tff BHEP, IIOI.miRD &- CO. '
: . HAVE A SUPERB ASSORTMENT OF
la plain colors and blnck, figured and Bayadere
styles freshly Importod.
Elegant styles-selling vury cheap.
AH tho new styles of Taria Velvets, rich Valoncta,
beautiful Bolaino Robes, French printed and plain
Damasks, Domestics & Linens.
Cloths, Napkins, Towols, Doylies, Sheetings, Shirt
ings, Tabling, Ac, to which we cull the attention of
Stoamboat Captains, Hotel aud Housekeepers.
RED BLANKETS, &e.
English Bnth and Whitney Blankets;
Imperial, Allendale and Marreilios guilts.
SHAWLS, SCARFS AND CLOAKS.
In this department we have all the novelties of the
season. Just received, naw Btyles of Cloth Dusters
ImperJnl and Champion Hoop Skirts;
Ladies' (Jauntleti, Hoslory and Gloves;
Opera Tans, Whlto Kid Gloves;
Ladies', Gi-nts' and Children's TJndervestfl, 4c;
Gents' Merino, Lambs-wool and Silk Pants.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
yiTn GRATEFUL THANKS TO .THE
w ladies aud gentlemen of Cincinnati and
neiithborlugtowns, rospectfullyauiiounceathat, not
withstanding tho iucreasinj ilemiuid for his profes
aional servlcos, he can not vctiiHily prolong his stay
boyond n duy or two, aud.iowovor nductunt, he
must leave to fulllll important engagements in the
From H. Bruce, Esq., CovJngton, Ky.
"Dr. Ealing performed an operation on my feet
nenrljr two yearn ago, which has given full satlsfac
tion in performing a perfect cure. II.. BRUCE.
"Cincinnati, September 0, ISM."
Prom A. G. Gower, Esq., Ensident
jingineer uincuinau and C oving
ton Bridge Cdmpa'ay. .
"About two years ago Be. Ealluir owiratml uliw
iuuuii bkiii on my toet. I lmve now the satl sfoclion
of stating that I have not felt any return of the same,
the onre being complete and permanent.
1 "A.G. GOWEfl.
"Cincinnati, September 3, iSM."
Prom "W. T. Crawford, Esq., of the-
x am ot Arnold & Crawford. ,
"TWO TEAKS ago Dr. Ealing operated on a Bun
ion, then in a very ld state. I have now called to
thank him for the great reller and comfort I bare
Inco enjoyed. The large prot.ihero.nco Is now en
tlrelyamootli. f '.V. T. CRAWFORD.
'Cincinnati. Am,iit, 19.VJ." : : :.i i
COJfSUtTI'G ROO:jrtg ' ' '
'ENT.P4NCE, ' ';';;'-'.
sm? of fiie Guitar and Flute .
JFt .7ia,i? Mi "entlemen wUhing In. ' .
Jf? jL,1,r"c,lonoriithcr ofthe abovein- .Wi
' l43,l5tr'in""'!' ' receive prompt at- tiWJ .
JaS I?n,i?,,',1,J Iwwlnit "'r address at iJ&ji ,
fln?? v i "lu""l 3,or oi v m. u. retere a r ,
.Hons, John Church. and Wm.M.Poters, tniff 1
BROT HE R T O N rsTC 0"
l.f vf... i. I. ."u.(,. ti :l "1
: ,S'nii': C1NCI.NNATI. f f tl .Uf. IA
GILMORE & BROTHERTPNk Ta
Has commenced buslnoss tinder the above Arm nan ; wi
At Nob. 7 ana O TLIrd-street, CTrnit Com
panrBnlldn.) .' J"
sepTatn '' ' J. H. BROTKERTOlt.
k. KbLia.Ja. " 1 1 J. Vinton".
R. ELLIS, Jtj&CO!;
(811CCKSS0B8 ,0 WOOD, LEA ,00 ,..,
' "' ' I " .I .' ' l! .. ,11 M .' Kt . Vllr.l
NO. 15 WEST THIKD-ST.
' feep6bwfl " '
NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOZSII
LIFE FOB. A LIFE.' Ily tho nutkor of
. "John Halifax, Gentleman," "Olive," "The Ogll.
yle'" !'A Hero," "Agatha'i Husband," 4c 50c, ."'
HENRV ST. JOHN, GENTLEMAN, ol
"Flower of Hundreds," ia tho County of Prince ' '
George,. Virginia. A Tnlo of 1771-75. By John - ;l
Easton Cook, author of "Virginia Comedians," 'l
"Leiitlier ttocklng and Bilk." ....Prlcejl ','
MY TIIIttD ItOOK. A Collection of Tle.,
Ily Lonlsa Chandler Moulton. .t.V....r...PrICc) 31 '
-JUST BECEIVKD AND FOB SALE BY'
ROBT CLARKE & CO.,
55 West Foxirth-street.
, THE TRADE SUPPLIED. ,
Tho great Natural '
CLAIRVOYANT AND SEER,
lias arrlvod and taken rooms at the
South-enst corner North and Now-streots.
I laeplSnw .
MANUFACTURERS OP JEWELRY,
new wholesale Mtrtllilinient,ft7 West Thlrd
streot, between Wulnut anil Vine, (room No. 4, up''
Hairs.) Ciiicinnntl. Factory at Providence, Ithoil. '
Islnud. Nowiiylts received weekly. lepl6am
OHIO STATE FAIR.
OHIO STATE FAIR. LITTLE MIAMI
OHIO STATE FAIR. LITTLE MIAMI —AND—
Columbus and Xenia.
Columbus and Xenia. RAILROAD.
rilHE OHIO STATE FAIR WILL BE
JL lipid at Ziineivillo nti thn &ot)i. QUt. t?d and 2d
days of September, 1SSO.
TroinR leave the I.iltle Miami Depot at 6 A.M.!
8:30 A. AI., and 11:30 V. M.
Pare for the Round Trip, $5.
Tickets (tood from t he 10th to the 24th of Septenr
ber, inliiHivo; to ho li&d nt No. 1 Murnot Bouse, cor
ner Tilinl and Vini-HlrttH: Wnliml.-Hiriuit HiniHn:
siMilh-iiist corner of Front and HroauVay, aud at the
mini; jiinnu ippot, f.r e ront-Hireei.'
seplfi ttalp J, DITKAMJ. Superintendent.
iiMTrc ivn on
Any Stylo of fJ rate enn bo Set or Reset with
tills Improvement. .
A S TIIK MERITS OP THIS VAL-
PA ITlnTV lm.N...m.nt h..n lu.it Aill. n.l.h.
lished in this city and vicinity by over VIVE TI10C-
a.au who nave naoa ic ine pasi xwo winters, we
prniiime it is only necessary to remind ail who de
Kire economy and comfort that the season to prepare
for winter lias arrived, nnd that it wonlci be wellto '
havo their Grates reset before t he Fall Hoube-clbak- : ' .
jsio cominenoes; the sooner it is done the bettor. , .
Uur workmen leave no flirt.; there is no necessity of
runioving carpets or furniture.
Any communication through mail will receive I
'prompt attention, nnd descriptive Circulars will be i ' I
cent gratis it dealred.
Orl'r limy hp left nt No. SO Went Fifth,
street, where t lie I'ateut Stove mny be aeen.
J. B. H Y AN ric CO., Proprietors.
Or J. BhAKELY, Ocreral Agent. -- sepieo. - -j
At Pike's Opera-House. . -
Circular Saw Mill!
AND 1 '
-IR BiLLV OPEBATIOM IK ,', , .
PATENT .NOVELTY FAMILY
.Orxlv a50 00;. ,
CJTRKNGTII. SIMPIICITT, CHEAPNESS
i J land durability combined. Greatest wonder of
portniile niacblne weighing only, four
no iiuosi vho le carrieu uy it uuiiu nwiu iuuiu nt
foo Wi may bo attached Inetantly to any1 workstnnd
Or ta "e i WIIIBOW Ull 0llllr IIII0 u wnrmv i.ui ms.
and ii 'itn Hk, thread or cotton, i Can be worked
either . 'y the hand or teet. Tlio !; demand for .
ioo I . 'table low-prioed mach' can now be fully
mt til ' e " ' operaUij nt Nr). IS 8Uth...
ffeet, CJIiiv ilnnatl, Ohio, aud af lu jlr of the Mo-
thaniis' 1,ii',iJE!riIir.nirVB, General Agent. ,
' jaepl.'.-uw'J ,
BRLS. .APPLES, EXTRA,
9J Itflci'ived and for sale by i .i'i
" " W IiAZB t.'1'INK 4 CO., Seed and i-.
.! Agricultural Wa rehouse, 171 Walnut-street, i
; Catawba Wine. :
1 A BULs!r0LDC A IAWBA WINE,
JAJ Vintago t JSift, wf" '",. -i:,,li.r
LANE ft BO OLE Y,
... MAMOVAOttBBU Of .. . . . . . .,
., AND CIRCULAR SAW.MILtS,' .
Corner Joli" wter t'ieisinntl,6. .
' ' ' ' ' ' "'
RESII .JiAlTIMOUE O ,V T E R S-1
have ommenee4 receiving .ir- I, , Baltimore i1
Oysters, which o .ctf V""1'''.,",;'- "ri "Td bj
others I i ' . ' : FEKOlISiiS, Urucer,
enu . ' .' Corner tiiliib and Vine, .
, ITimes copy.)
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