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THE PBESS.
4HDY W. f B ANCISCO. JOTIN D.CALDWKLL.
I0IT0U AITS FSOFBI1TOBS.
crrioi no. 14 wist fourth btuit.
CINCINNATI:
MONDAY.
..SEPTEMBER. 16
Penny Press—Circulation.
The Increase of circulation of the Pksni
Pbiss within tb past thirty days it unpre
cedented in th history of newspapers in th
West. If It grows ia like ratio for the nex
three months, our blanket cotemporaries wil
have to "hang their harps on the willows."
"Cheap reading for the million" is our motto.
The Foreign Arrival.
f We hare meager reports oy the Borunia ur
to the Sd Inst, from London. Nothing is fur
cished In reference to the steamship Prria.
Two Political Doctors.
We have recently had two of the Illinoit
faoulty of opposite schools of medioine on r
hasty tour to this infected political district.
One or two of the illustrious politicians o
the State have cornson their toes, and as the?
represent each large circles of friends in pol
itios, two doctors came among us to prescrib.
their nostrums for remedies. Doctor Dovo
iiB was here with a roll of certificates tha1
he could operate for the heneBt of 0. P., cur
ing efficaciously, without cutting or pain, all
corns, bunions, callosities or other diseases o
the feet to which Uncle Sam's subjects won
subjeot. His remedy was a salvo calleo
'Popular Sovereignty."
Doctor D. was laboring under a seven
hoarseness, bat administered, in broke a dose
to the populsoe, bis famed panacea, eaoh one t
apply It for himself in true popular-soverelgutj
itjle. He eould not prolong his stay beyonr
a day or two, however reluctant he was tt
leare, and tvCl ns only partially oured, to ful
fill other engagements. Doctor Lihcols, wbi
hat witnessed the operations of Donons rem
edies elewhere, came among us and reeom
mended Btipbsn as a oho Ice doctor for Ken
tuoklans. He claimed that Soathern peopli
should py Docolas a ery large fee for wha
be had already done in soothing the sore oi
their eorns. Dootor Likcolx, having re
gard to the restoration of Samion P. ,
reoommended a severer operation, the coca
lional nee of the knife.
If the party resided in a slave State, hi
corn should be tenderly oovered with the salv
of Douglas ; if the party was exposed on th.
prairios of Kansas, and stamped his toe there:
the corn of slavery should be cut at least hit-
patrons should acknowledge that oorn to be an
evil, which Dr. Douglas, he said, had nevei
committed himself to acknowledge.
The people are very skittish about taking
the adviee and remedies of these traveling po
lineal doetors, and are awaiting the reoom
mendation of a college of pbyiloians who art
oalled to meet next year at Charleston, S. C,
or one farther north, at Wheeling, Va.
The Steam Plow.
Thousands have witnessed the suocessfol
working of the steam-plow "Lanoaster," In
vented and patented by Joseph W. Fawke9
of Christiana, Lanoaster County, Pennsylvania
Three tbonsand dollars the first prize at
National Fair at Chicago has just been
awarded him. on the recommendation of
examining committee, consisting of Isaac
Hidgks and A. B. Latta, of Cincinnati, and
P. W. Gatub, of Chicago. The engine
trial
is intended only for large operations,
being capable of breaking from twenty-five
forty aeres per day. Its actual performance
was, in four minutes, to plow a strip of
hundred and forty yards long snd twentj
feet wide, and the headlands of fifty feet were
crossed, one in twenty-seven seconds and
other in thirty seconds the eight plows being
elevated and lowered to and from the ground
in the time.
The committee have confidence that
machine of one-fourth the cost and capacity
will still successfully compete with animal
ptwer. Miles Gbbbswood has secured a
to construot one in this city, to operate on
own farm, in Springfield Township. We
will have an opportunity in Ohio to observe
the practical working of this new labor-saving
machine. The "Lancaster" is on its way
be exhibited ai the American Institute in
Tork. Rewards and blessings await the
who is to relieve the prairie farmer and
horses and cattle of the drudgery of breaking
ap his lands. Young mechanics, a field of
vention is open to you on all sides.
Ladies' Washington National Monument
Society.
While the numerous distinguished Freema
sons from the several States of the Union were
in session at Chicago, their wires had a meet
log, and formed a constitution and by-laws to
regulate the working of an assoeiatlon to oollcot
funds to complete the Washington Monument,
now stuck in the mud near the Potomao in the
federal city, and stuck for want of funds
Mrs. Fin lay M. Kinu, of New Tork, is Presl-
dent. Vioe-Presidents were named for most of
the States; theee are to name in eeoh oounty cf
the State treasurer to gather monument do
nations. The wives of the Masters of all Ma-
sonio lodges to be ex-offiolo collecting agents
The Vice-President for Ohio is Mrs. Wx. B.
HnBABD, of Columbus: for Kentucky, Mrs.
Jobs C. Brickenbidob, of Lexington; for In
diana. Mrs. Wx. Sbccts. None bat ladies are
members, except the Big Treasurer in Wash
lostoa City. When the women take hold the
monument most rise.
The Grand Encampment of the United
States.
By tbe politeness of General Gooijlok, of
Lexington, Ky., -who called on us Saturday.
passing from Chioago borne, vn are furnished
with a corrected copy of the newly-inaugu
rated Grand officers of tbe Grand Encamp
ment of Knights Templar of tbo United
States, viz: Bir Benjamin Brown French, of
Washington City, AI. Em. Or. M.; Bir David
Bbort Goodloe, of Lexington, Ky., V. Em
Pep. Gr. M.; Sir Winslow Lewis, of Boston,
Mas., V. Em. Gr. G.j Sir J. V. Z. Blanoy, of
Chieago, 111., V. Em. G. CpU G.; Sir Charles
Marsh, of California, V. Em. S. Gr. W. Sir
A. T. 0. Pierson, of Minnesota, V. Em. J. Gr.
W.j Sir John Simons, of New York, V. Era.
Gr. Treasurer; Sir Samuel G. Risk, of Louis
iana, V. Em. Gr. Recorder; Sir Abner B.
Thompson, of Maine, V. Em. Gr. St. B.j Sir
K. M. Henderson, of Lexington, Mo., V. Em.
Gr. 8w. B. Bir Nathaniel P. Jacobs, of Mich-
Mechanics' Fair.
Increased interest it expected to be created
imong visitors to the Industrial Exhibition of
the 0. M. I., at Pikc'J Opera-house, this week,
iy the practical working of the various sewing
aaohlnes, and by the exhibition of the new
-triumph in machinery, eight different styles of
'tnttting-machlnea, which knit stockings and
ncn's under-clothingwith wonderful rapidity.
VII mechanioa should attend, and all others
rbo have not visited the fair. Our mechanic:
upportyou; it Is fair that you support their
inhibition.
-a
An Aerial Calorie.
We wait with interest definite results from
he proposed exourslon of Mr. Lows, an inge
nious aeronaut, who is the inventor of a new
iir-sbip. He takes from earth a usoful, woll-
ried oalurio engine, to drive a gas globe bal
oon through the air. We will have to got the
Jinoinnatl Bvixx after him, oertain. The
,iovel experiment of a balloon navigated in
jiid-alr, to which is suspended a car of passen
,'crs, and a life-boat with screw-propollor,
Iriveu by an Ericsson engine, will eclipse
he wonder-exciting first trip of the Great
Eailtrn.
The School Census Takers.
In each Waid of the city an authorized
)erson will call from house to house to tak
; he names and residences of main aud female
Youth, between four and twenty-one years ol
igc. Don't throw obstacles in his way or
uppose he is a tax-p;atheror or assessor. Ht
avos $1 TO to the school fund for ever)
hild's name, legally resident in the city, he
mrolls. It is the interest of the public tt.
;rant him every facility to get every family
nrollod. A little slip of paper should be
;eft in the house, giving this statistic, speci
ying how many boys and how many girlt
re in the family, including apprentices and
servants, to expedite hia laborious duties.
San Juan on Pacific, and the Pacific
Mission of General Scott.
The demand made upon the great general oi
he day to repair to the Pacific, and by paoiflc
neasuros adjust the vexed question asto Atuer-
can military occupation of the Island of sbl
Juan, is a meritorious recognition of the warn-
r's power as a pao'tficator. The day will come
vhen the navies of tho world will ride in the
larbors of Puget Sound in Washington Terrl
ory, and the commeroe of the Indies will pas
iver the numerous railroad tracks that must
ead from her seaports aoross Ohio to the At
antic. Success to the mission of the great
general I
The Right Kind of Lions.
Mr. Albest D. Bishop, a well-known Auier
ioan engineer, is tbe lion in London at tbit
ime, bo having invented aud constructed on
.he Thames a mammoth derrick, which lifts a
thousand tuns at a pull. It raises even the
largest sunken ships McCoemick's Boaper
has won its harvost of fame abroad and at
borne, tbe French Emperor having with hit
iwn hands prestntod the gold medal of honor
co tbe agent of this successful American invent
or. The name of Fawkes has been redeemed,
ince Guy's time, by the hero of the steam
ilow. Our own Latta has a fame in all
lauds.
Grand Masonic Bodies of Ohio.
the
an
A
on
to
The next annual grand communications of
the Masonio bodies of Ohio will be held in the
city of Columbus, duriog next month, as fol
lows: Grand Encampment of Knights Temp
lar, Thursday, October 13; Grand Council ol
Royal and Seleot Masters, Thursday, October
13; Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons,
Friday, October 14 ; Grand Lodge of Free and
Accepted Masons, Tuesday, October n.
The Great Eastern.
a
Mr. JiME3 Piekce, oue of cm cntorpriaing
firm of cotton machinists of this city, is one
of tbo panaeugers in tlio Great L'aelern, uow
four days out from Liverpool. Tho arrival
of this naval wonder at tho city of Portland
is confidently expected, after a pannage o(
one hundred and fifty hours. The crowd
BDDlicants for excursion tickets wo lcnvn
so great as to require the suspension of the
,ale ol any more tickets.
A North American Masonic Congress.
soon
to
New
man
his
in
Incipient steps were taken at Chicago on the
14th inst. to- form a confederation of Masonic
Grand Lodges. The plan funnel is to be sub
mitted for ratification to the several Grand
Lodges of the United Btates; vhen five of
them formally agree to the articles submitted
by the convention, the Congress is to assemble
and be a rogularly constituted organization,
to adjust equitably and permanently all agi
tated questions lor tne oeneut oi Jiasoary.
The Ohio State Fair.
The State Fair is to be held this year at
Zanesville. We invite all who wihh to spond a
few days from home to avail themselves of the
oecurrenoe there of this great Eta to agricultu
ral and mechanical exhibition, to visit this bos-
citable town this week. The railroads offer
bait-tare ticaeu, gooa irotn to-morrow, tuo
opening day.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Night Dispatches.
Five Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE BORUSSIA.
NEW YORK, September 18.
Tbe steamship JJorwtia, from Hamburg
and Southampton, baa arrived, with dates
from London and Liverpool to the 4th inst.,
five days later tnan tnose lurnisnca Dy tne
Ocean Queen at Cope Knc.
The steamer lulwn had arrived at South
ampton.
Tho advices from tha Zurich Conference
are to the 1st inst., when, at a meeting of the
Plenipotentiaries, the limits of tbo Lom
bards a frontiers and tho civil aud ecclesias
tical jurisdiction were considered.
A meeting of tbe Deputy-Plenipotentiaries
of the three powers was also held on the 1st.
It is reported that Auitria intends to discount
the portinn of the Austrian debt, which will be
transferred to Lombardy and to sell the public
domains.
Tbe Emperor of France has intimated to the
Porte hat be will support the projeot of the
Sues Canal for commercial purpote.
Rente) have advanoed K on the Paris Bourse.
Taxes have been levied on foreigners doing
business at Smyrna.
The Boruitia brings only London papers
of Saturday, the 3d inst., and these contain
nothing with regard to the suiting of the
steamship Pcrria, or of the .drabta taking her
place.
Advices from Gibraltar stato that the Em
pcror of Morocco was dead; also that a seri-
out conflict bad occurred on tho island of
Centa botween the Spaniards and Moors,
The troops had been called out, several thou-
-wL Moors had colluctedj and at the lent ac-
oounts the parties were in oonfJIot all night
.in ine Zotn UU., ana Bavcru wero nuiuu uu
both sirles. '
The English mail-steamer Jndn was fired
on twice from the Spanish fort of Tarifa on
the morning oi me iau.iwun uorcu
ign was flying. At tbe second fire a large
round shot fell within about fifty yards from
the steamer.
A terrible eyolone passed over Calcutta on
(he 26th of July. Forty-six vessels, ineluding
two steamers, were lost in the river Uoogly,
ind immense damage was occasioned on shore.
Many lives were alio lost, hut no furthtir par
'ioulara have been reoeived.
The Australian mall-steamer Xorth Amenta
was lost August 20th, in tbe Bed Sea. The
mails and passengers were saved.
It was reported at Paris on Thursday that
Metterniob, tbe Austrian Ambassador, was
nbnut to leave on a visit to Vienna.
Business was dull at Paris, on aocount of the
Zurich Conference, and tho rentes had de-
'lieed. . . , i j
Accounts from Madrid state that Spain had
withdrawn her Comal from Tangiers, and de
cided to demand eatisfaoiion from Morocco for
tho flntrnuaa at Centa. Orders bad been given
for tbe formation of an expeditionary force of
ten thousand men.
It is suggested in the London papers that
rhu Brinff on the steamer Iudu was for ths
purpose of bringing her to, in order to learn
tha atnta nf affair, at Centa.
Tho first national assembly at Romagna
was opened at Bologna on the 1st int.. by the
Governor General, who, in his speech, con
gratulated the people on the alacrity with which
:by had hastened to tho electoral districts to
reoord their votes.
LIVERPOOL MARKET.
LIVERPOOL, September 3.
Coitun Tbe sales for the week have been
57.000 ball at an advance of VA- The sales
uclude 4,000 to speculators, and 2.50O bales
to exporters. The sales to-day were iu,uuo
hales, the market closing steady. ' Tbe stook
io port i (150,000 bnlos. Total Imports for the
Tear ending Soptember 1st, 2,028 000 bales;
total amount ot yearly saies, i,oi,uuu oaios.
Advices from Manchosier are unfavorable,
ond all qualitios of goods have slightly lie
fltinfid.
BremUhifft The market closes steady.
Wheat has a doclinine tendency.
LONDON MARKET.
LONDON, September 3.
Breadatuffs ouict. Flour closed with an
advancing tendency, and all qualities have
jligntly improved.
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
LONDON MONEY MARKET. LONDON, September 3.
Condols closed nt 93?b95J6.
Destructive Fire.
ATTLEBORO' September 17.
The building of tbo Attloboro' fcSleam Power
Cnmnanv was mo.tlv deafroved bv fire to-day,
riimmpr n ld RffverHi an nil) u uuiiuiuks
Steam Power Company's building was occupied
hy O. Wheeloek, tbred manulaotnrer, Anomp"
le. Hnvwooil k DriglTf, jew.
alors, and Wm. Blnckington k Co., hoop-skirt
inamiffiptnrnrfl.
A large building on tbo north, occupied y
C riHtlflv. RArrlftffB tuRElUlliCIUror. WU9 Miovww
Proved. Motstot his earriaees were saved.
Tho buildinzoa tho south, which was also
hnrnt. vtrtu nwimlAtl hv EtTArett. Dean & Co
iewolers. and Stundv it llrotbcrs, jewelers. By
this fire nearly all the uvnuweturmg ousiobbb
in the ulaco is susoendod. and three hundred
men and women are tbrown om oi empin.r
tuent. Tbe loss s est mated at S75,UUU. in
amount of icsuranco is unknown.
The Strike at Bergen Tunnel.
NEW YORK, September 18.
In ennscauence of tho Eri Railroad being
blocked up at the Bergen tunnel by tbo labor
ers, who refuse to let any trains pass until the
arrears of their pay are forthcoming, the com
pany has dispatched a stenmboat to Piermunt
to carry thither the pssengers destined for tbe
est, and to bring to tbis oity tnose aetainea
there that have arrived by trains from the west.
Later from Havana.
NEW YORK, September 18.
The steamer Dt H'lto has arrived from Ha
vana with dates to tho 13ih inst.
A roval decree had been nromuli'atod, giving
tbe CubanB a nearer approach to popular rep
resentation.
Tho weather was cool, and the health of the
city so much improved that there was scarcely
any eickness in port.
The sugar market was stagnant, ana ireigars
without improvement. Exchanges continued
dull.
Fire at Easton, Penn.
EATON, PENN., September 17.
is
Tbe stables attached to the United States
lintel caught firo this morning. The stables
ore occupied by tbe horses attaceed to Dan
Rices circus, and twelve oi tbem were
smothered. Those lost, however, wore mostly
train-horses, aud his ha will not exoeed five
thousand dollars.
The fire originated thnugh the carelessness
nf a driver, who let a fluid lamp fall, causing
it to burst and scatter the Annas among the
combustible contents of the stables.
The damage to the hotel was trilling.
Railroad Accident.
BOSTON, September 17.
Mr. Davis and wife, of New Orlcam, while
crnEstng the track of tbe Worcester Kailroad in
a carriage, yesterday, were struck by a loco
motive. Aim. Davis was thrown over a two-
story building close by, and instantly killed.
Mr. JMvis was severely injured.
The Storm at Baltimore.
BALTIMORE, September 17.
Tbe equinootir-1 storm, which commenced
yesterday, has greatly increased in violenoe.
Xbe wml blew a beavy g!e all nignt from tbe
east, accompanied with torrents of rain, which
still continues.
River News.
PITTSBURG, Sept. 18—P. M.
River nine feet eight inches by the pier-
mark, and rising. It has risen eight feet four
inches witbin the last twelve hours. Weather
clear aud fine.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 17—P. M.
Tbe river has fallen about an inch at this
point in the last twenty-four hours, with scant
five and a half to Cairo. Nothing new from
any of the upper streams. Heavy rain from
one till threeo'clook this afternoon. Weather
now cloudy and damp.
LOUISVILLE, Sept. 17—P. M.
River stationary, with two feet three inches
ii tbe canal.
MARRIED.
r.AlTT UTf.r.-fln flin ICIll init..liVlh HoV
N ittmuiel Culver. Mr. fcdwin Garritt to Mine Ellen
V. lllli. all fifthly city.
IseoorfiHfi vowsoi iovf
In ili-averi fow'er itljide,
A'id nuiin (.bull ptrt, tmvc OneiiboA,
Thhrid'!Sro'uiHiid Hie brld.-HABKis.
! Philadolpbla u-iuer aud Xuw York bun nleoso
copy.)
WOOtKT-ROrjDTBOCSKR-On Boot. 1.1, hj
Rv. A. M.i-mi'li, Mr. Wm.T Wonloy to MitsBar-
una uouuynoiiiici'iauoi uayion, imio.
DIED.
SHANE Near Zanesvlllo, Oblo, on tbt UtU in
uenry l. suuuu.
MTJP.lt AT-In Kostliinkormntv. Tnd .on Knndar.
EenifcuibeM, N on li Murray, I ii tbunihyoarof hlmao.
um ihii Rr wa uorn in inn Mum tr I nnnerucm.
and wm Lieutenant in tho lUvolutlonurr S'rugglo
for liidepoiidtuce. Hh.irily nfierilie wr be reraovou
to thn htnta of Mrunii.r-.hu40tts, wben he became
member uf tho BaulintCburh, ai,d ouliKquently
pastor, uver whicli lie presided until lie became
DclinTerln lniivoralalv.itlon. In 1793 be removed
In Hrndf.ird Cuiitiiy, innn.,ith his family, Hnd
1W rocolvfd n call from ihmclety of Uulvurnallnm,
In hiiadpipliit, wlmre ho whs a minuter of
liotoiittluteiiilyday. He mbacqiiontlr returned
Attieim, llraiUurilCoiliily, wi -re he illed in iiilli.
the aw of (it ynnrn. llln urn Ohe auluect uf
notl o.) wm liorn.lnniiM-" 24, 178.1. Ho peel veil
cnmniiHSluii of Miitintrutefroinniinon fnydrr, (tho
Govcrnurof I'l'liiiiylMinin, )in ISlf., in which ottVe
rnurlnucl until be left Athena, in isii,f,,r the W.st.
11b rculilcil fur a number uf yuurs In (jolihnbiiB, Ohio,
where be became a member of tbo Presbyterian
Church, and dioriinthe hope of happy resurrection
beyond the grave. a
Mi,
tfs BlacMwry Carminative,
v I, BAST A3D EI 'VICTUAL COBS, TOB
V
ASA, compiami, uiarrnea, mux, c.
Sumner 1 worsty-nre emu err Dowero
ns-l uuu. ni. ui&un, Drnitgiir,
" Corner of Fifth and Malu-.tr.-ot.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
JOIirV.K DIDATB FOB
, , TILL BE A CAN -
a surer,
County Trt
erttion.
Ormosition V:.on"V
H(.Bl9dr
n LL- BB
amihu . tit -pa
Jim wunibiiuj . . ,
a candidate fo- County Treastirer, suujv. w
;.! .k.i i.i.. i nnvontmn.
CIBIUU VI Uppl81Ull vni...
.THARLES SKUDt-w ,ihe M '
ItfTI.l.
cannidu for Conntv Twasuror, surae.-'. .
cisiou at the County Damocru tio Convent w-
m3, fOSEPH P. BEGUS (laje of tbe" V
Bene. A Smilb) i acandldato for ;o"", ''5.ntlon. f.
ulijeot I otue declsiunoi inn 'ppu"' -----
t WTT.T.T4M STOMS ISA CANDIDA s
foraTui t7 Trfatnrer. subject to the d.ciilo" "f ;
$& UNCLE JOE K083 IS A -,fli"1
JOS. K. SMITH 13 A CANDU'A"
for'the, office of Comity Treasurer.
seplViw'
a -OPfOSmON. Du. K. B.JNJ3WTON,
cand id ate for Coiuity Troasurer. .
'i-LEONAKD SWARTZ TV I Lb
rand Hlato for County Comnii'sioncr Of ""n":,u
Conn In t the ensuing Octotier elrctlon
aulOtf
h,
SPECIAL JVOTICE.
&ti VKRrSIEIS MEOICAL
mS? T OVKRY Is ncknowMgod bv thjntost .w.
int.ni p tiyslciniw, and by tlio most erful ur"'-Vl,
Huong, totii uioumteu stales, io m iDcm"i -MoiMl.t,
urIIW ovr known, and to bine rclloveu myn
snfferiii; T, and eilw ltd inor" permannnt CUJ '"t ' ".
imy pri.r aratlon known t" the pnifuesion. "crv,J
Salt Klie. n, Erys neos,Scald-hod, waly efiip..'"''"
of nuatHi. wvor nuturo, urn cured uy aiuw doiiiiu
tliynteri i retired to fill stronutli nd ilgor. uii
audoxplit It dlii.c imiHfor thonureof ulcorattd k"fe
lefZS,auno iiiercorrupianuruuniiiKuiTOni mKivoiik.-'
thn ninih IPt w.'th ! h Luctlo. For nln Iv .I01IM P
PAhK. SltlBB', KOKSTUIN Ic CO., and OEORcE
U. DIXON. Price gl.
sopl9-ay
'. M. G. A. THE KEGUL4B
Onart trlv Meelin of the Voung Men's
Uyuiuutir asm ct it ion will be held in their rooms,
in tbeApullo I .ullriine, MONDAY tVENINC, Sep-
temtnr i, at it j o ciocn.
etpil'J-ay j.u. BKaniiii.nocreiary.
FOI JRTH W ARD THGDEM-
Odtt ATS of the Fourth Wat d are hereby no
tilleu tons-era Me ttt Mr. tVhelati's nhop, sotith-essl
corner Itacoai id Wiitor-etf,! HIS (Monday) F,V'K.
I 19th inst ..at 7 o clocit. fir the purnoso nr electing
eleven Delfg " tea -o the the Detnooraiie Oounty Hon
veotl"ll, und-an Kxecullvui Committeeman. 'h polls
will lie "pen 'a 0 ciock r. Ji attncirsuai-jo ctocs.
8e itomlrer 19 a 1). sicuuy, ux. uom.
TldK COUNTY HOARD POR
& tlfe equnliiatian of real estate 111 the coun-
try townslil,tis Ik i-ow i:i session at tne iwut.ry Ati
dlt .-r'eOltlf-. Peraoiis haying coniplainls willpri1
eenitthnui lr writln wliliotit deluy. Mo lompl .lnln
Oliver than there made In writing will incot with at
tontloti. uy oniT oi tne u mru.
M pliaW IKJ tVAltU 111A1 THH.WB, Auniior.
Qfi j5f" WKS M UN'S fit A Jf KB
tW27 MKETI NiGS are held every morning in tbt
UHseuieaioi ioe r 'tret vnurcu, ah are tuniou. jri
STEAMSHIP
GREAT EASTERN!
GRAND EXCURSION TRIP
at ma
Cincinnati) Hamilton & Dayton,
Daytou and Michigan, Toledo and
Detroit, Great Western and
Grand Trunk Railroad, to
Montreal and Portland.
fcftTHE MAMMOTH STE4MSHIP
lifeVs? will leave ' nnituid on the 13ili lnnt..aiiil In
e'jMed to reach Portland on the 22d.
Special Esctu-sion lickets
From t.'lnelnnati to Pnrt'tnd and return will bo sold
for SlQ ' K i "" thn'a wonks fr m tuo I'.uli inst.
Exctiti) '"'tint will huve an npp ir'ttnlty nl.o uf see
ing theGt'tSAT VICfolttA U1MDGIH, at Hon roal.
which it t '" mile- in tenet tt and nearly dim deled
TickeiasL !d at all tbo Ticket Olllcps of the O., H.
4 1). U. It. C unipiny. D. McLAKGN.
Superintendent I.. II D. II. B.
H HI. SHOKMAKBIi,
SupHf Ge,iral Bnperintundent D. t 31. It. B.
NEW AD VERTISEMENTS.
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FALL A.ND WINTEll
BRY '&OODS.
BAY & MTLACK.
80 Pcarl-streel,
have now In store a lurgo aud select stuck uf STA
PL15 and FANoV DUY GOODS, vbliih, foreitcnt
and variety, is unhurpassod, visi:
A large aud general stock ol Domestic
Woolen and Cotton Goods.
A splendid line of very rich Dr ess Good?,
lu Sllka, Delaines, MerJuoei, and other
fabrics of ue west styles.
Cloths, Castiuicres and Vesting;;, in
large assortment. -
A complete stock of White Goods, Em
broideries and I.iuen Good:, of our
own importation.
A vcrv extensive stock of Fancy and
Variety Goods, Shawls, Hosiery
Gloves, &c
KV We shall be In dally receipt of all new and de
sirable Goods during tbn season, aud desire to be
placed In competition with any house, East or west,
by an examination of our sloca. sepltam
Lampblack.
BR1S. ASSORTED LAMPBLACK,
received and for sale by
. HU1UE. fcUMTKIN & CO.,
. Onpu8lto the Pnatofflce.
S91I19-0
Saltpeter.
KfUKEas BEFINE0 SALTPETER, P.E
tiyvr eiveu and roreaiwoy
BUlttIS, K(JK8TK1N & OO.. DmnxietK,
epl9-a Oppiielte the Poetufflce.
Bath Bricks.
tBRLS. BATH BRICKS, RECEIVED
y Km and lor saio ny
StIIEB, ECKSTEIN & CO.,
ieplH-0 Opp. ite ib Poatufti ue.
Venetian Red.
PC BKLS. VENETIAN RED.RECEIVED
u aud tor sate nv
bUIBB, ICKBTEIN CO.,
' sopl9-e Oppoelte tbe Poitofllce.
r,A Smith's Tonic Syrup.
m PJ rflcAtved and fur tale br
HUlltU. K8TKIN4t'0.,
ieplS-e Opposite the Pontoffloe.
Quinine.
3,000
OUNCES QUININB
ON
Hand and roreale hy
: BC1I1I, EUKATRIN & CO.,
, Opposite i lie P.-itoflke.
aep19-e
BucKeyePilo Ointment.
AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY FOR THE
Plies. It has bnu fully tested, not only In
erivute practl e, but rilso in somoof our public in
titutioua.and never fulls to cure. Prepared a.d for
5le by SUIttK, KUKSTKIIN !0.,
,c'lv-c OfPoeile the Poiloflloe.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Peruvian Syrup;
i oa ;
SOL UTION OF PROTOXIDE OF IRON,
RADICALLY CURES TIIOSE DISEASE?
wbere other medicines are of no avail, among
which are
DYSPEPSIA,
Affec tions of the Liver, Dropsy, Den
roLia, Bronchitis, Insipient Con
eamption, Bad State of the
Blood, Boils, Carbonoles,
Scurvy, Piles, Com
plaints peculiar to
Females, Gene
ral Debility,
AKD
All Diseases which ree.ut.re n Tonio and
Alterative ftletdiclno. .
Bead wha t these clergymen, -who reside luVew
England, whore the Peruvian Srrup has bad tbe
fullest trial, say of It:
' The R'T John Plerpont ay: "My own experience
iiniM n ,u tha, l,n i Humuiun' IL'tll nirllnll. Ia H..
"r" ei.ftil unttie willi di'itso. una tnut allthecon-
w mat it g.iint it will Uuiu."
4tn" N "or. Warren Button : "I do not hwllati'
Th,"!, ' mend Ilia Hernviitn 8y rup to any whose bali
;o recant tlieni lialilo to beadacbo, dy-pop tc com
its render traltjia, norvoaiiaJfectiousaud guncral do
niftlnu. net v
btllty." -thtir ft. Titlfor: "Suifcriiij much from
Tbe Rot. Ai ih hiad.,icb,t , exhaustion aud lone ol
Inti-nso uervui u tu u.'ilul.a uny retiui until l trnin
HtnKtb, 1 fttilt- -ip, since twhicta I bavobeen mu-ii
the I'uruvlan Syr, adit;l,'es L greatly uiuiiuisued,
Hrongor, and my h. fr0(Ili eilt y.
bolh in severity ano A Popo. ' have not been af.
The ltev. Auuuaiiis j , rjl t,s uorUvian Byiuu.
dt. ted with boils uuce "'"
three years o . ,.r,, a duty I owe to thn
T ie mot. uuruuu .--- in tne "1'eru? ai-
public to iy. juy eou "oenco y ln tl,0.uvr.
Syrup' as a salt; uuU Kw""iV;?,n nt Upon disor-
JUS UJallll'''l,iw," v
eddiuestloii.
''hnniai -W hlttemorc: "It a
tvee mo ne
Tito llev.
muscle. I
va no chmlitthi
at, in caoon of paralysis .
like mine,
M c ":..,!.., .,., It. ,11.. t.
eudtnin-
-K ...I... . .ular nrnanentof BUCCUSS tL u
iwtef DU "n. w ' r- .
.thet medicine tu iwo amoUK u." ,.
"The Ilev.Ephraim Mite, jr.: "I have found k V
-.lief l.T ulit Peruvian hyi up while suffering tri 1
. ,niSa. and am convinrod that it bai ri-maranbu
11 ' u In ui.ii nnilnntnr nf laHenHllJle DerB Dl.
en m .w".. ( -
atlou ' tier. Thomas H. Pona: "It Invigorates tbo .
ine . rstein, unit liicpuun a ueKreeui tutni.-ni en
handled. Tliileratiuii an tu'eitpw.ted an agreeable."
erKVandk. Kichard Jletcalf: "Tho effect on tbe di-
The lie. he stonerai t. ne oi inoiitHteni W'B tin
jeitnin and l. -tetltial It ban proved just tbe touii
mediate and bek .
bat I minted " Wooster: "To thoo who are af.
The Rev. M. P. twia or dcraneemeti tof Iboiivei
dieted with ttie dyer. 1 recommend the -Pernviaii
ted stomach, l woui. t eiiogiual romeuics tnat J
jtud' as one of the mok.
haveevt-rkuown." "I havo found nch ben-
The ltev JoHoun n. union: ration tnat J navnot
flnlal ra nlu from its nilinlnini. da wlmwero miffer-
lenlietud torocoiiimend it to frieu t eenerally relax d
ing trniu phyalcai prostrutiou, or a .
,;oinlitlu ui the syideni." ' d trrea'r'lief
The llei. A. .incKion: "i navo iierr? . i timtpliaw
from it in an attick of the pi ea, and frou. mourn ol
d dvsnepaia, one ur ttie nnpleusaut syn.
n-hioh Ua loo ent?er nppeiito " -touly
The Kov.J. 1 Vartton, J r : III t :uility, It is no. iu
pui-fi-i-tly snl'e, tiunn eflrctual t'.nic. Judyspe,
e tiiliiR it w a sovereiatt retneuy
Prot. K. Vital ta b hern: "eorallinenroinan lormii
ui uiacuao. IU1I uuicinuiu LUUIUIItlUI. lr. w.u-
Drehenttcd und-r tho nunulnr bite aomewbat vnuut.
turins of nervousness aud dyspepsia, I nelievo tbe
reruvian syrup to ue a vernaoio epecinc.--
FOB SALE BY ALU DRUGGISTS.
earPrinclnal office No. 12 Fonrth-treet, Neavo's
Building. J. K. tlltail.
sop in tienemi tgsnt lor tne nesiein Btoiec.
WESTERN.
Coiiiiiiemal College
HAS CHANGED ITS LOCATION
"-TO-"
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE THE rOSTOFFICE,
RICHARD KELSON, Principal.
HIT Circulars, stating tcrui, can be had on nppll
iliun. cp2ay
Kaliston, or Orient Water.
C10R REMOVING TAN", SUNBURN,
u? Fruclilt-H. ItodiiMS and KniDtlnna of the Skin.
Alan, an n WbhIi fur the Hair, to prevent the uccuiuu
Uiiou of Duudruf, 4. V rs-t'n'iy
cplO-o Oppnalte the l'nmullko.
M1LMIEEY.
A VAUIED AND ELKGAM ABSOBTMK.ST OF
FAlili AND VyiNTEU
NOW READY.
MISS BLONG,
106 West I'ourtli-street.
sopl'ttwt
NOTICE.
A LL FEED STORE MEN ARE
NOTI-
FIED that J.
U. liKED'S 3111, L, now on ex
hibition at tho Blocbuuii t ' Fair, will grind twenty-
vo -2.'.) busliola uf any kind of grain every night,
froo of charge, at tho Fair.
opl7jw EU, IlOIi A Uini) & CO.
0.1.1. EMJIMTION
At Pike's Opera-Housc.
LASSIE "BOD LEY'S
PORTABLE
Circular Saw Mill!
Asn
LOG-TVRNIKO APPAUATUS,
IN D1UT OPEBATIOM IN
Machinery V?Part:m-:n-t.
(.epObwfl-
112
School Books,
Writing Paper,
Envelops, Slates,
Blank Books,
And irtrrthl&g in tbe Book and Stationery line, at
WHOLESALE.
At run
VERY LOWEST PRICES
ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT,
No. 112 Main-street.
epliaJ
LAN E . BODLEY,
11AKCVA0TUBIS8 OF '
Wood-Working Machinery,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner John and Water ta.tOiualnnntl,0.
rilEAS! TBASII TEAS1I! I HAVE CON
JL BTANTliT on hand a large and well-seleottd
lock of Green and Black 'Jem, ttbicli I otier at
prices below competition. ,.,.
. . J. FEKGCSOH, Grocer,
MplT .. Corner Muth aud Vine.
AHE CRACKERS A FULL SUPPLY
of those rxrellvnt flrackera always on hand
Ainu, Soda Crackers, AoernHtv fl.cnitand Knullih
Cracknelle. J. FKIIGU-UN, Unranr,
sepW ' Corner Muth aud Vine.
F
RBSH TABLE BUTTE R. I HAVE
mud arrangements to havaa oonetant eonulv
of Fr"h labia B itter, with hi -h fawitiua may be
supplied uy leaving ttieir omen witn
J. HEltGUSON, Grocer,
sepir Corner Hinth and Vint,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
BROTH ERTON &C0.,
. . i -.AMD' . " ,i. , i
Daleis in Exchanee.
r-rvi-iw iirr i.
mHB'UNDBBIQNED, bp THE LAIS
JL nonsa of
GIL MOKE & HR07. IIERTON,
nascomnieooed bturf neasnnder theahovo firm nam
AtNoa.7 and 9 Third-street, i Trust Com
pauy Bnlld.n.) - . ..
sep7am . U. BUOTHERTON.
0.. ELLIS, Jl.
J. V. VIHTOH.
R. ELLIS, Jr., &C0., ,
(SUCCESSORS Tt) WOOD, LHA' CO.,)
NO. 15 WEST TIIIBD.ST.
' ' 1 tsepebTrfl
DR. E ALSTJG,
WITH GRATEFUL THANKS TO THE
ladiei and gentlomeu of Cincinnati aud
neighboring tons. raeppctfutly announces that, notwithstanding-
thi increajlnit demand fur hli profes
sional services, he ran not possibly prolong hit nay
hoyond a day or two, and, hovwrer reluctant, ha
must leave to fulfill mnortant oflwgeuieuts In tbe
ioutl).
CINCINNATI
TESTIMONIALS.
lroia Ex-Governor Corwin,
"Dr. Eallu'K "ttracted a Corn forme. Ihadnnf.
fered mnch ar 1 lonj vli h it. I bad tried many rem.
edles. without IC'Cctss. From my preient feeling I
have little doubt lint tha enre will be permanent,
flie operation was pi- form ed In a few minutes, and
was attended with po pain v hntever.
. . , v . "TIIOS. COBWIN. '
"Cincinnati, SJitsmbor lt:o." '
Trom Nioliolas long worth Bernard,
.Esq.
"Or jc.'ln lln. praidTory sMlltully, and with
out Bain or, fe(l1 ' 1 can oon,1i'intlr commend
himtKmyfrisu'18- . BONAKP.
'ClnetonaM.8.,ta''rlT',B9-
From H. Bruce, Esq,, Covirgton, Zy.
"Dr. Baling parformod an opi 'ration on my teat
nearly tvro years ago, which haair"" f" sntiiifac.
tion in performing a perfect cure. H. BBUUB.
"Cincinnati, Soptembor 0, 1849."
From A. G. Gower, Esq., Resident
Engineer Cincinnati ani CoviDg
ton Biltlgo Oompaay.
"About two yoars ago Dr. Ealing operated with!
much fkill on my foot. I huvo now the saiisf lotlout
of statlug that I havo not felt any return of the iamo
tbe euro being complete snd ptrinnneut.
"A.G.UOAVEIU
"Ciuciuiiatl, Sorlt-mbor 3, 18.19,"
From V. T. Crawford, Esq., of thw
Firm of Arnold & Crawford.
"TWO T EAKS ago Dr. Ealing cporatcd on a Bui i-
lon, then in a very bad Btate. I have now called to
thank bint for tbe Kreat relief and comfort I have
iiince enjuyed. Tim large protuberance Is now en
tirely smooth. W. T. CBAWJOBP,
"Cincinnati, August 20, 1839,"
I) 11. EAIilNG-'S
PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE.
ENTRANCE,
Concert
Room
lspl6-tfj
3?ntrance.
NEW BOOKS! NEW BOOKS!!
R. C. & CO.
LIFE FOR. A LIFE. Hy the author of
"John Halifax, Gentleman,"' "Olive," "The 011
vlts," "A Hero," "Agatha's Husband," 4c 30c.
HENRY ST. JOHN, GENTLEMAN, of
"i'lowef of Hundreds," in the Connty of Prince.
George, Virginia. A Talo of 1774-73. By John
Xas'on Oook, author of "Vlrtiinla Comedians,"
"Leather t tockiug nnd Silk." Price SI
MY TUII2D DOOK. A Cotleotlou ef Tales.
By Louisa Chandler Jloulton Price 51
-JCai B1I0BIVEO AKD FOB SALS BY
ROB'T CLARKE & CO.,
55 West Fourthstreet.
THE TRADE SUPPLIED.
' ' Bepl6-et1 - -
DR. FOSTER,
The great Natural
CLAIRVOYANT AND SEER,
Has arrived aud (alien rooms at tbe
Sontb-eaat corner North and New-street",
epl6aJ
J.T. DROWNE&CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF JEWELRY,
new wliolenale mtnbllshment, S7 West Third
street, b-ttwrwii Walnut and Vino, (room No. 4, up
tulra.) OlKOinnatl. Kuchny at Piofldeiice, Bhode
Island. Kowttylea received weekly, sepleam
B R T 1, KVV K
PATENT NOVELTY FAMILY
SEVING MACHINE!
Only 06 00
STRENGTH. SIMPLICITY. CHEAPNESS
and durability combined. Groatent wondor of
the ncre I A
portable inni-hine weighing only fca
pounds! Can bo carried .' - a child from roonr M
Mm: mliv be attached lnRt.ntlv to .riT wnrltmtmmA
or table j will eew ou either hue or course fabitat,
and with silk, thread or cotlon. Can be worQmf
either by tbo band or fret. The great demand for
good portable low-priced machine can now be fully
met. Uen be seen in operntlon at Mo. ifi "lith.
treet, Cincinnati, Oblo, and at the 1'alr of the Js
chaulce' Institute.
B. . BIIGGINR, General Aoot.
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