THE PENNY PRESS,
Uyrratsdand published mx' Wnndsjrs excepted,) by
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL,
At Ho. I West Fourth Street,
m delivered to subscribers In CINCINNATI, COV.
TOOTON ud NKWPOBT.and la surrounding oitiea,
villages and lows, at
SIX CENTS A WEEK,
arable to the carrltr.
PRICE OF HAILING.
Single Ooplei, S et.; One Month, 40 ota.; Ton
Months, l 00; One Tear, H 00.
COBNKB SIXTH ft VINE Bti., CINCINNATI, ..
Joui) A. Xllslir, Jb Sole Lessee and Manager.
First appearance on any stage of
A young lady of the highest respectability end re
finement, on which occasion she will appear as "The
Couutess," in tbe well-known piny of "Love.
THIS (Tuo.dayl XVENINO, Beptmber 20, will
be presented Kuowlea's beautiful play of
The Countess Mita Warlan Orapo.
Huun Mr. Lansdou.
Iiuke Mr. llatiu.
Prince Frederick Mr. Hall.
Ulrlc . Mr. Lord.
Sir Rupert Mr. Read.
Catherine Mrs. Eftte Ellsler.
Empress Miss Julia Irvlug.
After which the Marshall Children will appear lu
a comic duot and a double Irish Jig.
To conclndo with the Protean farce of
IN' AND OUT OK FLACK,
Lctty, Paddy O'Bourke, JI'llo Adelaiilo, M'lle Fran.
coni. Jemima Sassafras Miss Fanny Denhain.
Punctilious Etiquette Mr. Flsber.
iff" Look out for to-morrow night's bill.
SMTDoors open at 7; Curtain rises at 7X o'clock,
Psicks of Admission Ureas Circle and ParqueMe,
COcenta; Gallery, 2uccnts.
WTNo free list. .
PALACE GARDEN & VARIETIES.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER lf.
30 TALENTED PERFORMERS.
Captain Menter's Cornet Band.
Promenade Concerts, from 7 nutll 8 o'clock, iu tho
Variety entortainment, from 8 until 11 o'clock, in
the Concert Saloon .
Admission Ten Cents.
' fsepiiil 1
New Testament nnd tho I.nnd of Palestine
will be exhumed every evening lor twn weeks at
THE MKLODKON MAT.L.
OoinroencingTIllllHSDAY EVENING, Sept. 22, aud
on weunosuay turn Bumroay Riiernnons.
Tickets 2.'i cents: Children under twelve years 15c
Liberal arrangements madewlth schools, aeol-tawt
LARGEST MULE LIVIXG.
mHE UNDERSIGNED WILL EXHIBIT
JL at all the County Fairs in Ohio and Indian,
tne largest mine Known in me worm,
19X Hands nish-WeUlm 1,835 Found,
Vive neurit mil.
Was raised hy Dr. M'Cann, of Fayette County. Ky,
Will be exhibited by
llU. n. JAOOi,
THE OYSTER TRADE.
Oyster Importing House.
NO. 31 WEST FIFTII-STREET.
TUB SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV
ING daily, tier Express, his sslendid Oysters,
Haying completed arrangements in tliltimoro, on
theuiost expensive seme, 1 will at all times uurin
the sniuon he in-enured to furnish mv friends, "an.
the rest of mankind," with the most DELICIOUS
111 VALVES imported to the Queen City. None but
the very best imported. Great inducements ottered
at this Importing-honse.
Order solicited and proi,:utly filled. Terms cash.
JK1 Hit CAVAUNA,
scpldt Soli, I uu c rtor aud Proprie tor.
mHE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECEIV.
JL IN(1 DAILY, by the Adams Express, MALT
BY'S world-reuowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Ke? and Shell Oysters
Fresh, Hermotfrally-sealsd (JOVE, SPICED and
ROBERT OUR, Agent.
Pcpot, 11 West Fifth-street.
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTERS
I HAVE COMMENCED FOR THE SEA
SON the snlo of J. B. MANN ft OO.'M, superior
raw fresh oysters. J, TODD,
Wholesale and retail Agent for J. R. Mann A Co.
Oysters cooked in a superior stylo at our usual mod
erate ohargc. an2S-tf
HE UNRIVALED SMOKE-CONSUM-
ING COAL COOKINO STOVE,, TUB
Now being exhibited. Tbe largest assortment of
any establishment in tbe Western country.
For sale by the Inventors aud Manufacturers,
NOVELTY IRON FOUNDEBY,
acrVcw 333 Fourth-street, nor Smith.
NO. 278 MAIN STREET, BKTWEEN
SIXTH AND SEVKNTU, Manufacturer and
Importer of Moap, Porfun.ery and Fancy Goods, has
just received, pnr steamur, a lot of Porto Montlaos,
Cigar Cases, Brushes, Combs, Perfumery, Beef Mar
row and fancy Goods of all descriptions; also a com-
Eleteastortmentof Handkerchief Extracts, which
eisproparuii tosullataliaure lower than any other
dealcrln the city. Also, received this dy from New
York, a laro lot of David's Hlno and Block Writing
and Harking Inks which the subscriber will be able
to sell at manufacturer's prlcoa. Jobbers and re
taller will please cull in and examine before pur
chasing elsewhere. All kluilsof Extract at twenty
five cents per bottle. Iteimmiber tbe place, 274 Main
street, between Bixth and Seventh. rd
South-east corner of Sixth and Elm, Cincinnati,
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RENEWED
his base of the Sonthgiite House, and expended
a large amount of money in paintliin, carpeting, and
refurnishing it, introducing llathing-roonis, Water
closets, nnd every possible convenience aud luxury
througlK o t, Invites a continuance nf tho public pat
ronage, lie fuels confident that the house will
found, with its recent improvements, in a bettor
condition than when first opened for the reception
guests. The location of the hotel Is central and con
venient, either for up-town visits or down-town
business. Minis are regularly served nt the table
d'hote, or In private rooms, and furnished at
hours. The terms are II pur day, and accommoda
tion equal to any 81 W per day house in the city,
'the bouse will be kepi open night nnd day, stall
hours. Omnibuses will be In attondancolo and from
the can. Break fast for early train. And for the
rest, tho proprietor leaves his guests to speak
him, sopl-aml F. F. WATSON, Proprietor.
J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactorv. 30 Vine St. 14
Choice Cigars and Tobacco,
a; 5HE MOST FAVORITE BRANDS,
Vf always to be had at UEU. m. uiauin'3.
North-oast corner Fifth and Itfalu.
VOL. 2. NO. 26.
CINCINNATI, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
Classified List of Entries to the Ohio Mechanics' Exhibition, 1859.
" i," W& lglTION ,pfim
Tho Ohio Mechanics' Institute Exhibition,
at Pile' Opera-house, will be more complete
and more interesting during this week than
heretofore. Tho officers, committee nnd
exhibitors deserve public thanka.
LIST OF OFFICERS.
President, Chas. V. Wilstnch; Vico-rresi-
dont.E.M. Shield; Corresponding Secretary,
B. R. Alley) Recording Secretary, C.C.Whit-
Treasurer, J. F. Wiltsee; Directors,
II. E. Nottingham, A. C. Tarry, II. II. Smith,
W. W. Innes, J. L. Hall; Exhibition Com
mittee, Benjamin C. Truo, (Chairman,) Geo.
W. Runyan, "W. R. Dunlap, R. C. Phillips,
Henry Pearco, J. McIIenry, E. M. Shield, F.
Bammolsberg, W. B. Chapman, II. L.Tumy,
John B. Ileicb, Clerk.
We present, in a condensed classified list,
the names of exhibitors, and the department
in which their articles may be found.
Classes of Articles—Names of Exhibitors.
No. 1. Motive EiHjinea, Steam nnd linfer
Oauget, Mw:hinuU' Tool ami ISoUimj. James
Thompson, Superior t'incinniiti-mailo Uclt-
Frisbie, Wilson & Beard, Frinbios's Patent
Boiler and Sleam-guoj,'ft Alarm; Gay Sc Co.,
Improved Vises; J. B. Mooney, Agent, lland
latb.es, Screvf-eutting Side-lathe and Iron
Flower; Geo. F. Wood, Oscillating Engine;
V. M. llemnhil. Lubrioatiuit Journal Box;
Nathan Cope, Governor Valves and Dies for
Cutting Screws; J. A. Smith, Traverse Reet
Lathe; John D. Bnnta, Combinea bteam
engine Governors; lane Jfc Bodlcy, Seller's
Patent Ball and Socket Uanser for Shafting,
Seller's Patent Double-cone Coupling for
Shafting; John Hathaway, Model of Orank
loss Rotary Attachment, for transmitting
newer of recirirocatine steam enciuo, and
multiplying velocity without gearing rcversa
ble; Wm. Donaldson, Small Steam Engine.
No. 2. Pumps and Pumping Emjiiun and
lime. Etra Cope, Osoillating Pump j Jacob
Fudger, Fire-Plug; P. B. Holmes, Centrifugal
No. 3. Grinding and tr& Millt, Flour and
Meul, Agricultural and Horticultural Marhinny
and Implements, Samuol Males, Cider Mill,
Corn Shelter and Cider Press; Richard Wright
& Holman, Hominy Mill; R. L. Holman's
Model Compensation Horse-power; Grant,
Pittman & Co., Hand Corn Planter, Husking
Thimble and Seed Planter ; W. W. Hanier &
Co., Model Flour and Corn Mills; E. M. Elli
ott, Model Cotton and Hay Press; &l. J). El
som, Tobncoo Straightener; Lea Pusoy, Gover
nor for Horse-power; J. Long, Cultivator ; N.
C. C. Taylor.Pldw; S. H. Sherhurn, Separator;
C. Ropp, Cora Planter; Wm. Morehouse, Corn
Planter; Samuel Burnside, Corn Planter; Le
titia Smith, Butter Worker; Noah Luitz, a
Corn House; Kelly Sc Frost, Smut Mill: H. D.
McGeorge, Hemp Brake; American Patent
Co., Corn Husker; John Augsperger, Stubble
Cutter; F. M. Hemphill, Grinding and Corn
Mills; S. Hughes, Bran Duster; Peter Plattor,
Seed Planter; Chase & Fay, Boston, Ha; and
Grain Protectors ; A. Barr, Gritt Mill; Taylor
& Shinn, Portable Plantation Mill ; James
Shaugbnessy, Hotbed gash; J. Sedgebeer &
Co.; Corn Mill "Champion;" Reed, Holabird &
Co., Grist Mill.
No. 4. Wood-iroriiiijt JncMnory.D. E.
Butlor, Model Filley-sawing Machine; John J.
Maoklin, Match-box Machine; Grant, Pittman
& Co., Spoke-tenoning Machine; J. A. Fay &
Co., Blind-wiring Machine; MoVish & Butlor,
Barrel Machinery; D. Berlew, Sash Machine,
(autoinatio;) J. Davis, Soroll-sawing Machine;
Amerioan Patent Company, Boring and Ten
oning Machine; J. McMurtry, Spoke-tenoning
Maohine; Lane k Bodley, Buckeye Planing
Machine; Iiaae Straub, pair .Head-blocks tor
Ho. 5. Seteing and Knitting Machines. F.
Henry, John Jenkins, P. Evans, jr., D. W.
Harrington, Wm. Lapham, J. 1). Brown,
James Scardon, U. C. Kuiffin & Co., W. E.
Brannon fc Co., Grorer & Baker, E. H. Hug
gins, Sumner a: Co., Wiltsee Brothers, James
Rowe. Knitting Maohines: Downs it Co.,
Seneca Falls. N. Y.
No. T. Printing Presses, Materials, f'c. J.
Harpel, specimen ot FrinUng; ueorge w. nos
tor. CoDper-faoed Type; W. T. & L. D. Day &.
Co., Printing Press; G. H. Langdon, Printing
Press; H. Ruppett, Frame of Speoimen Cards;
John A. Barringtoa, Frodericktown, Knox
Rnuntv. Ohio, a NowsDarer-Aduressine Ma
ohine; Moore, Wilstach & Co., Speoimen of
Printing; ii. T. Wells, machinery.
No. St. Engraving and Lithograph. John
Sheror, Bteol Engraving and Lithography
Stillman & Co., specimens of Wood Engraving;
D. Onken, Lithographs; James H. Layman,
Wood .Engraving; Amerioan nanK-notecom-cany.
Historical Specimens of Engraving;
Middleton,Strobridge & Co., Engravers and
Lithographers; .Kbrgott c Ferniger, ao.
No. U Book Jlindimi and Maehinerii.-
Bound-books. Muok R. Barnitz, Appleitate
k Co., Moore, Wilstach & Co., John P. Walsh,
J. C. & 11. h. lutny; John K. lloole, Ma
chinery, G.L. ParsooB, Old Gorman Bible; J,
Herold, NelBon'g Arithmetic; C. Strobel, Pocket
No. 10. Penmanship, Writing Inks, etc. J.
C. Parr, Writing Ink; J. J. ButloT, Writing
Fluid and Blacking; J. Herold, Ornamental
Penmanship: E. S. Banlett. Card Writing,
No. 11. Unclassified, -Grant, Pittman k
Co., Wind-mill; John L. Sewull, Modol Carpet
brashiog Machine; J. Lamphear, Heady Reck
oner; VV.W. Marsh, Oil Press; C.Ronn, Wind
mill; E. N. Elliott, Cotton Press; Hiram Rosi,
Cotton Press; P.Perry, Power Brake; Amer
ioan Patent Company, Steering Apparatus; fl
W. Penington, Model Oil Press; J. M. Law
rence, Brick Machine; JNntrun cope, uydro
itatlo Press. . i , f
' No. 12. Stents, Ranges, Heating Apparatus
and Hollow-ware. U. B, Mutgrave, Qas Cook
ing Stove; Chamberlain Sc Co., Anchor Coal
Cooking, Charter Wood Cooking, Magio Wood
Parlor, Magic Coal Parlor, Eureka Coal Heat-
ing, Cottago Wood Heating, Cottage Wood
CookiBg, Anchor gix-plate Heating and Wood
lleat'mir Stoves: Geo. Thompson k Co., Charcoal
Burners; Geo. W. Ball & Co., Ten varieties of
Stoves; A. Lotz, four Air Furnaces; Auams ac
Peckover. Stoves and Hollow-waro, Charooal
Irons, Grid Irons, Iron Heaters, Potato Boiler
and Coffee Boaster; Harris k Zoiner, Stoves
and Hollow-ware; John Clark, Ventilating
Register; W. k J. B. McCne, Coal-oil Retort;
Barringer & Co., Patent Combined Sheet-iron
Cook Stove and Carving Table; A.Loti,Warm
Air Furnace for wood; Fortable do.; bcnooi-
house Ventilating Stove, Pedestal Register,
Vontilatine do.: K. B. Blunt, Kitchen Ranee:
Heller k Young, Kitchen Range; Tunnioliff k
No. 13. Utmlmare, including Cutlery, Edge
Took. Iron and Steel. I'ancu Cartings and
Locks. Miles Greenwood, superior Safe Locks
for Banks; J. W. Wayne k Co., specimens of
Hardware; Grant, Pittman It Co., Oate tast
ener, Provision-outter, Weather Strip, Fish
snnar. Door-atav: J. L. Haven k Co., Hard
ware; J. R. Poyson, Tapellated Door Weights;
Geo. M. Howels, Galvanized Iron, Corrugated
Iron Winrlow-shntters and Corrugated Iron;
John C. Schooley & Co., Vulcan Coal Hods;
Adams Jt Peckover, Iron Letters; H. W. Bel-
son, Skates; F. Klein, Skates; Henry Loane,
Car-coupling; John Bos t wick, Sash-fastener;
J. C. Jeffries, Bedstead-fastening; J. P. Lord,
Bank Lock; Oliver Hjde, Prairie Pioket Pin;
American Patent Co., Serew-driver; 8. H.
Whitehouse, Patent Railroad Chair; Nathan
Cone. Proof Staff for Mill Stones; Hollen-
shade k Co.. Bolts: T. Q. Gaylord, Wrought-
iron Fence Post Tree Boxes; F. P. Corby k
Co., Hot Pressed Nuts; Alexander Anperle,
Locks; Hall, Carroll iCo Safe Looks; James
Moncor, Safaty Door-steps; J. n. Schroeder &
Co., Locks and Look-guards; John Rowe,
Saws; Woodrongh k MoParlin, Patent Ground
Sans; George McGregor, Locks and JJoor
nlate: John Stanton. Cast Steel Stamps,
Brands and Baggage-checks; Weber fc Stahl,
No. 14. Firc.-nroof Safes and VfciaUnq An
naratus. Hall. Carroll k Co., and W. B,
Dodds l.'o., superior bales; w.JHuaoari d
Co., grocer, Counter and Butter 8cnles.
MU. 15. t'ouuer. jfm, tSlieet-Jron, riumO'
and Wire-works, and Iiaoftnn. Grant,
Pitman & Co., Composition Roofing; C. W.
Macklefrosh, Tin Roofing, Tin Speaking
Tube; Frisbie, Wilson k Beard, Wright's
liurglar Alarm; T. F. liaker, Iron Hailing,
vases, kc; J. B. k T. Gibson, numbing
Caldwell & Co.. Outcalt's Patent Elastic
Roofine; Q. W. Sholl k Co., Bath Tub; Car
ter k Bro., Filtering Hydrant nnd Filtering
Cooler; Bromwell it Melish, Bird Cages and
No. 16. Carpenters' and Wood turners'
Work. Catiinet-xcare and Furniture. 3. R,
Paydon, Patent Sash-balance, Model for bal
ancing Church-windows; David Rohan, Street-
railroad Shutters for Stores, Horizontal Shut
ters; D. E. Butler, Felloe; Davenport & Thomp
son, specimens of Wood-engraving; Gottfried
Heairile, Tool-chest; Grant, Pitman fc Co
Portable Fenoe; Schmidt k Brothers, Show
ease and Counter; Meader, Richards k Co.
Furniture; H. MoCullough, Suspended Spring-
bedstead; II. P. Hopkins, Statue Sign;' George
M. Howels, Model ot Moseiy x uo.'s f actory
Peter Hoffman, Table; Laser Midgeley, Ladies1
Dressing-cases, inlaid with two thousand two
hundred and ninety-two pieoes; A. W. Rowley,
Fenoe-Dost; C. W. Mann, Car-seats and
Couches; J, Barton, Wator-wheel Curb; H. H
Graham, Railroad Chair; Mitchell & Rammels
burg, superior Furniture; Smith k Deteh
Wooden-ware; W. E. Alcorn, boring-mat trass
and Tent; Eioilo Fleischer, Iron Hocking
chair; Peter Hoffman, Fanoy Table; Sargeant
k Biscrs, Patent Spring-bed; Ryan Farthing,
wood and Willow-ware; nennett x uo., .Bed
stead and Mattrase; J. Soards k Son, Coffins:
J.M. Brunswick k Brother, Billiard Tablos.
No. IT. lamps and Gas -fixtves George
Murlow, Railroad Signal Lamps; American
Vt tent Company, Gas Regulator; Mollenry &
Carson, Lamps and Gas-fixtures; A. C. Parry,
Public Lamps; T. F. Randolph k Brother,
No. 18. Bents-work, DelU, cCc Clinton,
Robson fc Co,, Brass-work; Frisbie, Wilson A
Beard, Brass-work; Alexander Aunerle, Bells
and Bell-work; A. G. Ross, Deteotive Instru
ment, or Burglar Alarm; George McGregor,
Bells and Bell -pulls.
No. lO. Jewtlrg and Plated Ware. Ed.
Kinsey, Silver Ware; Henry P. Elias, Jewelry
and Braid-work; Emit II. Smith, Ivory Jewelry.
No.!fO. Mathematical, Optical, Philosophi
caland Telegraphic Instruments. David Rohan,
Improved illipsographs; J. Westons, sample
Lightning Rods; Cincinnati Type Foundry,
Eleotrotype; J. W. Strong, Munson's Copper
Lightning-rods; E. M. Mayo, do.; James Fas
tor, also Henry Ware, Mathematical and Op
tical Instruments; Charles Gordon, Protractor;
J. B. Newburgh, Calculating Machine; Victor
Soragg, Insulator for Lightning-rods; W.
Emmel , Air Gun; W. W. Karshner, Posi
tive and Negative Bathing Apparatus; Thomas
II. Barlow, Planetarium.
No. 21 Surgical. Marsh, Corlls k Co.,
Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Artificial Legs, Ap
paratus for doformitios ; B. F. Palmer, Patent
No. 32. Home Furnishing, Glass and
Earthen lfur. J. B. Heioh, Egg Beater;
Grant, Pitman k Co., Egg Beater; J. W.
Wayne, Zinc Washboard ; C. W. Maoklefresh,
Tin Milk Cans ; Greennus k Manfred, Beer
Bottles; James Naughton, Bread Cutter; Amer
ican Patent Co., Safety Milk Pail; J. MoMnr
try, Ladle and Skimmer; Kramer k Loroe, Re
volving Castor ; Joseph It. Green, Old Domin
ion Tea and Coffee-Pot ; Arthur's Self-sealing
Cans: Pratt's Ventilating Milk Pans; Old
Dominion Gas Cook Stove; Torrey's Four Min
ute loo Cream Freezer; Excelsior Weather
Strip ; Window Moulding ; Burnham'B Patent
Lift and Force Pump; Italian Marble Vase;
Louis Massraan, Enameled Ware; G. G. Tench,
House Furnishing Goods, Mangle; Wm. Don
aldson, Cake Boxes and Coffee-Urns. '.
No. S3. Minerals. American Patent Co.,
Brain Coral; Alex. Swift, Iron Ore; Richard
H. Collins, Coal ; J. R. Haskins, Big Lamp
; . I". .i.i-i.O '..!::; i
Cannel Coal ; Thomas Wrightson, specimen of
Silver, Copper and Lead, from Arizona.
NO. Chemicals. M. 4 W. Smith.
Prussiate of Potash; T. C. Butler, Ivorv Black.
from hogs' bones; L. Fletcher, Hobart & Co.,
Alcohol, Camphene and Burning Fluid; W. J,
nl. uorden x Co.. f haruiaceutical Prepara
tions; E. S. Wayne, Chemicals and Coal Pro
No. 1A. Painting, Frames f-c. Beard k
Taylor, Fanoy Signs, Jto.; W. A. Harbaugh,
Painted Scrollwork; Bebocca Florer, Picture
an Glass; William Wiswell, Gilt Moulding;
Charles Forristall, speoimens of Sign-painting;
Holitein k Uamer, Ornamental Moulding; H.
Shoepfel, Carved Frame; Greennus Sc Manfred,
rortraits in on on glass, ana Ulass signs;
Thus. P. Shannon, Marble-painting and
Graining; Eggers k Co., Gilt Moulding and
Oral Frames; J. C. Cowpland,Gilt Frames and
Mantle Mirror; Thos. Bowne. Gilt Frames.
No. 2T. Marble and Stone -work and Imita
tions. Gilbert k Hickenlooper, Stone-ware,
Drain and Service Pipe; Hand, June k White
house, Mantles and Grates; Macy, Rankins Sc
Co., Marbleized Iron Mantles and Grates;
Greennus k Manfred, Enameled Slato Table-
tops; U. F. Baker, Marble Mantles; B. F.
Bakor, Indiana Marble; Loomis & Barrows,
Marbleized biate, Mantles and Terra Cotta
work; Chas. Rule it Co., Mantles and Statuary.
No. H. Oih, dc Burckhardt k Co.,spe
cimens of Lard Oil; Proctor k Gamble, Lard
Oil and Glycerine; Richard H. Collins, Coal
Oil; J. R. Haskins, Coal Oil; Thomas .Emery
k Son, Lard Oil; A. G. Cheever k Co., Can
dles and Lard Oil; II. Lyou, Petroleum Oil.
No. tu. Carriage Materials, ci c. Roycr
k SimontoD, specimens of beautiful Wheels
and Wheel-stock; D. K. Cady, Patrick
Doolan nnd G. G. Tench, Children's Car
riages. NO. Jl. ilfmicaf iiMfrumrnfs. John
Church, Jr., Wood and Brass Instruments;
Britting& Bro., Grand Pianos; John Brittiug,
Grand Pianos; W. V. Colburn, Crnnd Piano
and Melodeons; W. C. Peters & Son, Musical
Mlse; C. M. Murch, 1'ianos.
No. JI. vine Art,ine.ludinii JJaguerreotunes
and Photographs. Oil Paintings D. M. Sto
vens, B. Breitbaupt, (ancient pictures,) J. Au
brey, Isaac Bogart, Mr. Jacobs, Mrs. S. Crane,
Geo. W. Gales, A. Baldwin, T. C. Lindsey, A.
J. Swing, J. F. Taylor, Porter k Hoag, Horton
Ensign, V. B. Crocker, R. S. Duncanson, E. W.
Wheelock; Emile Smith, Oil PaintingB on
Wood two hundred and forty years old; Gen.
C. Flanders, Monochromatio Painting; Pencil
Drawings llillen, W. A. Harbaugh, J. F.
Taylor; Crayon Drawing Chas. W. Cottman,
E. L. Norton, rt. L. Kilpatriok; tteo. shields,
Photographs of Machines manufactured in
Philadelphia by betters Do.; Water Color
Painting Mrs. J. R. Traber, Miss Anderson;
S. A. Stone, Oriental Painting; Robt. Q. Phil
lips, also Daniel Doherty, India Ink Drawing.
Portraits Mtss Elliott; Mrs. M.W. Read, (Ire-
Painting; specimens from Photograph
Galleries of Porter k Hoag, J. W. Winder,
Dewey k Co.; Patent and Architectural Draw
ings Knight Bros., J. A. Vydragh, Amerioan
Patent Company; Dr. Wm. Mussey, a Photo
graph likeness done in India Ink by a Boston
Artist; J. J. Albers, Statuary; Oscar II. Har
pell, Painting; T. B. Glossing, Pictures; Mrs.
Newington, Picture in Australia; Mrs. Uerbel
sheimer. Oil Paintings, original picture three
hundred years old; St. John's Ilend on
ohargeT, by Leonardo da Vinci; The. Sleeping
Mother and the Musician.
No. 3!i. Quilli, f-c Mrs. Mary McCon,
Mrs. Dr. Cary, Emma L. Hobby, Mrs. II.
Harris, Miss R. Fearce, Mrs. E. A. Bickham,
all exhibit Bod-quilts; Mrs. Jane Abbott,
Fanoy Quilt; Mrs. MoAvoy, also Mary E.
Minor, Silk Quilts; D. A. MoCord, Bed-spread;
Mrs. C. F. Tonnies, Crochet Bed-spread
Areno, Engle k Co., Stocking-yarn Blanket,
No. 3S. Carpets and Oil-cloths. Sowyer
& Kirk, Window-shades and Table Oil-oloths;
Carpeting nenry Falls, Ringwalt k Avery,
John Shillito also Curtain Goods; Bart k
Hickox, India Rubber Goods; L. II. Clagatone,
India Rubber Goods and Gutta Percha.
No. 3 1. Clothing. T. W. Sprague & Co.
JVo. 35. Leather and Shoes. J. H. Deters,
Boots and Shoes; Ilewes k McCann, Boots and
Shoes; Leather Amos Moore, Wm. Hopkins,
John R. Hole; M. D. Flint, one Trunk.
No. 37. Millinery. Miss P. Drilling, Bon
nets. No. 38. Hats and Caps. B. R. Alley, J. C.
Towers, and C. B. Camp k Co.
No. 41. Fancy Goods. John D. Park,
Case of Varieties.
No. 43. Papcr-hangini. F. k 0. Andress.
No. 43. "mmuntfion." H. DeGraw,
Baking Powder; John Hitchel, Pop-oorn.
No. 4 1. Wine. G. Sofart, Catawba.
No. 45. Refrigerators. John C. Schooley,
No. 47. Confectionary. Geo. Keppler.
No. 39. Embroidcrivs, Worsted Work,
Knitting, cte. Embroidery, Thomas Barns,
Emma' Toerke, Hannah Brown, W. II. Har
baugh, D. Hensheimer, Mrs. J. C. L. Pagen
b tec her, Jenny A. Haskins, Mary E. Minor,
Mrs. Maria Shields, Mrs. G. W. Phillips,
Miss M. Owens, R. 8. Elliot (worsted), Miss
C. A. Ellis; Widows' Houso of Employment,
Mrs. Ilillen (worsted); Honiton Lace, Mrs. J.
II. Cox; Miss C. K. Sampson, Tidy; Rebccoa
Gardener, Embroidered Slippers; Emma L.
Hobby, Embroidered Satchel; Mrs. Dr. Shultz,
Ornamented Worsted Work; Lizzie Horsloy,
Lamp Mats; Miss Wharnm, Worsted Needle
worK; t . Jieroort, urocnei iOiiars; iuiss jvi.
Truman, Worked Mat; Miss Kate Britting,
Worsted Work; Mary E, Erwin, Needle
Work; Henry Speckman, Worsted Needle
work, 1'icture nt Washington.
No. 40. Hair, Shell and Wax Work.
Rebecca Florer, Tinsel and Leather-work
Frame; Mrs. Mary Read,Leather-work Frame;
Jane II. Newington, Leathor-work Frame;
same, Geo. W. Would; Jenny A. Haskins, Wax
work; Mary Sherman, Shell Frames; Mrs,
Owen, Shell Monument: Miss Powell, Hair
Wreath; Mrs. J. O'Galtagher, Pin-ousbion and
Leather-work Frame; Miss C. Young, (Wal
nut Hills,) Bead-basket; Miss Amelia Wba-
ram, Basket Wax Fruit; E. M. Mayo, Hair-
wreath; Miss buo Thompson, Basket of Flow
ers, Papier Work; L. C. Hopkins, Case
Indian Shells; J. it. ilaynoB, Shell Basket;
Miss M. Owens, Leather Frame; Miss Britting,
Hair Work; Joanna Kwiok, Hr '. Jewelry and
Wigs; Mrs. String, Bead Basket; Henry Elias,
Hair Jewelry and Ornaments.
No. 4r3. Miscellaneous. Chas. Woolman,
Wood Cigar-lighters; John J. Macklin,
Match-splits and Boxes; IS. Thorpe, washing-
machine; Cbas. Horseley, Miniature Steam
boats; G. W. Sholl & Co., "Terra Cotta"
Burial Cases; C. Ropp, Rat-trap; W. A. Jor
dan, Ferry-boat; A. Paokham, Conglomerate
Pavement; Union Cricket Club, Cricket Balls
and Bate Trophies of Victory; H. L. MoNlsh
Apparatus for Melting Cast-iron Chips, bore
iogs; E. Smith, Chinese Junk; Thoa. Wright
son, Model Bridge. '
Srootino Match. Capt. Travis, the crack
pistol-shot ot America, has challenged tli
Audubon Club to furnish a man to shoot
pigcou match with him during the Illinois
Fair tho Captain to use a pistol, and
opponent a fowling-piece. The match
been accepted and a lorieit deposited, tuo
particulars are as follows: Abbey, twenty-
live birds, twenty-five yards rise and fifteen
fall: Travis, with pistol and single ball
twenty birds, ten yards rise and fifteen fall
Ths Texas Indians. Tbe Commissioner
the General Land Office has received official
formation from Superintendent Neighbors,
nounoing that ths Caddo Indians, lately
moved from Texas, had arrived safely on their
new reservation, west or the Cherokee country,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Arrival of the Persia.
NEW YORK, September 19.
The steamship Persia, with advices from
Liverpool to the 3d, arrived here this morn
ing. She broke her crank-pin on the 5th
inBt., aud was compelled to lay to for repairs.
The Zurich Conference was expected to
come to an abrupt closo.
The Pontifical troops were threatening the
The steamers Arabia and City of Washington
arrived out on the 3d inst. The Persia passed
the City of Baltimore on the 5th inst., and the
iiynca on the loth.
The latest accounts from Italy say the ad
vance of the Pontifical troops into the lega
tions appeared imminent, although tho Man
iteur contradicts the rumored aggression
The Roman Government rejects all reforms.
Tho sailing of the Great Eastern had been
postponed to the 29th ;nst.
lireaoDtujjs. The market closes dull at a
slight declmo for all descriptions except Corn,
which is steady. Messrs. Richardson k Spence
report Flour very uiui, and quotations nomi
nal at a decline of (id. per saok. American
quoted at lis. Gd.Cil2j. per cental. Wheat has
a declining tendency, and holders are prossing
on the market at a decline of 3d. Western red
quoted nt 7s. Gd.feSj. 91. Corn is dull but
steady: mixed and yellow 5s. 0d.(a5j. 9d,
white 7s.fo7s. 6d.
Provision. The market has a deolininft tend
ency. Beef is dull, holders pressing on the
market at a deoline. l'ork dall and quotations
nominal. Bacon heavy, and holders pressing
on the market. Prices are at a slight decline.
Lard dull but steady.
Produce. Coffee Arm. Rice steady. Rosin
firm, and common has advanced to 3s. lOd.fctfSs,
lid. Spirits Turpentine steady at SU. Cd.
LIVERPOOL, September 2.
CoKoh. Sales for the week have been 57,0(10
bales, including 4,001) to speculators, aud 7,000
The market closed with an advanoioc tend
ency, principally for fair and middling quali
ties, which nave partially improved 1-lcd.
Inferior qualities have also improved, hut are
scarcely quoted higher. Sales, to-day, 7,000
bales, including 1,000 bales to speculators and
The market closed steady at the following
quotations: Orleans fair 8d., middling 7 1-104.;
Mobilo lair 7d., middling 6 1A-I0d.; upland
fair 7i.; middling Orleans 6d. The stock
in port is 1152,000 bales, including 555,000 bales
American. Some authorities say Cotton has
advanced Hi., while others declare prioei not
Alancnester advices are favorable, the mar
ket closing lirm and advanotng.
HAVRE, September 1.
CoWuii New Orleans tres ordinaire 113f.:
ilo. has 105.; market opened with a decline,
but closed firm. Sales of the week have
been 5,000 bales. The stock in port is 8,000
LONDON, September 2.
Consols closed at 95J495?' for money and
account. The market is slightly more strin
LONDON, September 3—M.
Consols closed at ih'iL . American securi
ties are generally unchanged.
LIVERPOOL, September 3—M.
Cotton closed firm. The estimated sales
aro 8,000 bales.
Breadstulls closed very dull. Provisions
also very dull.
Additional News by the Borussia.
NEW YORK, September 19.
The first National Assembly of Romagna
was opened at Bologna on the 1st inst., by the
Governor General, who, in his speech, con
gratulated the people on tbe alacrity with
which they had hastened to ths electoral dis
tricts to reoord their votes. He had, he said,
provided for the defense of the country against
aggressions from all sides, by forming a league
with the neighboring States.
A letter from Bologna states that at the
popular elections the priests deposited their
votes as treely as tbe citizens, and that the re
suit was, that an immense majority had gone
in itavor ol the .Liberal tloket, which was
against the re-establishment, on any condition
of tbe temporal power of the Pope. Xbe aris
tocracy were at the head of the movement.
Thn finnrifiAii nf RnmBflnl wptm In ATAl!int
oondition, and there was no doubt the new
p"' -""""" .. o"
niwai-nmon nrnnM h .Ma in on nn Ihnnt
Siace the overthrow of the temporal power
ot the Pope, the bandits and smugglers who
had infested the Romagna had entirely disap
Advices from Kussia state that the expedi
tion into Dogbestan bad been completely sue-
A oompany had been formed in St. Peters
burg for ths construction of a oomraeroial port
there on a large scale.
ihe government had ordered the three first
corps d'armee, under Prince GortschakotT, to be
placed on a peace footing.
A letter lrom fans says that the Uneen
Spain had sent to tbe various Courts of Europe
a protest against tbe expulsion of her Bourbon
cousin lrom rarma.
Colonels Uhanos and Harbes refuse to re
ceive the benefits of the Emperor's amnesty.
t he tnrmer has written a letter in furious in
vective against Napoleon.
The arrival ot tho Newfoundland mail
Paris had brought the announcement of the
full triumph of the French Admiralty over
the English in the question concerning the
Advices from Italy stale that the people
were becoming impatient at the inactivity
the &urica uomerence ana tne various con
tradictory reports touchinc their doincs.
is also stated that Piedmontdemauds of A us
tria tho cession of Mantua nnd Peschiern
A Paris letter nays that there is no doubt
that the Zurich Conference disagrees about
many points touching tbe peace ot villa-
iranca, and tue opinion is growing stronger
every day that a Congress or the Great Pow
ers must bo held.
Later advices from Madrid state that Gen
erul l'rine will command the expedition
against tne juoors.
The intelligence from England is not im
portant. The strike in the building trade
wns approaching an adjustment.
The Accident to the Persia.
NEW YORK, September 18.
A gentleman who came as passenger on
royal mail steamship Persia, desoribes
storm in which the Persia was disabled
most terrific. Her erank-pin was broken
Monday evening about ton o'clock. Sho
to until the next afternoon, in hopes the Btorm
would abate so that she could repair,
finding no improvement in the weather, it was
decided to put back to Cork. After proceeding
in that direction one hundred miles,
weather moderated, tbe breakage was repaired,
and the steamer pat about again; when reach
ing again the same latitude in which the dis
aster ocourred, the Persia encountered a storm
more terrific than the first one, but
filowed her way through uninjured, except
n tbe crushing of one of her wheel-houses.
The Persia has the heaviest freight she
brought to this port.
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LADIES' AND GENTS
FURNISHING STORE .
No. tilO Fifth-street,
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N. II. Shirts, and all kinds of FnrnishinirOnoil
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MANUFACTURERS OF BAR, SHEET
and Boiler Iron, Plow Slabs, Railroad Spiktts
Etc Also. Agents for the sale of Ironton Star Nails
Warerooms No. 19 Xast Second Street. Oinclnnat I
AllklniM iron mans to, order. ia
Professor of the Guitar aud Flute.
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stir My bar is at all times supplied with choice
Liquors and Cigars, Bey-'nm
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v ' variety snd best selected assortment of (las
Fixtures iu Cincinnati, consisting of all that is now
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In ui.'ilorial and llnish, to any that is sold in this n
auy hi her market, nnd In addition will guamnti .
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yours lrom the time they are put up by us.
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jrSI om 167 Main street, near Fourth .
FRONT -STREET FACTORY
No, 111; Rant Front Btreet. bet. Pike and Butler-sl's,
HAVING FITTED UP THE PREMISES
with the most improved kind of machinery, I
am prepared to furnish, at short notice, all kinds of
Houso and Steamboat, tlarpeuter and Joiner's work.
Sasli, Minds, boors. Frames aud Moldings, of all
descriptions. Steamboat Lumber, Weatlier-board-ng,
B'lingles, Bidlog, Flooring, c, kept constantly
on band. Particular attention paid to plauing, rip
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