AUDI VT. FRANCISCO. . JOIIX D. OALDVTBLL.
IDITOU AND FBP11JR0RS.
OFMM KO. 14 WB8T FOUBTH 8TBECT.
TUESDAY HKPTKMBEtt 30
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Our City Public Schools.
The total number of pupils enrolled for tlie
first month of the sohool session Is :
District Rchoota. 12.3
Intermedials " ,...,.....,..
I I M 1 M NNMMIIIHtNl
Over five hundred increase over last yew. The
average daily attendano reduoes the figures
down to 11,640, the general average of absence
being 4 2-6 per cent.. The lowest per cent, is
in the sixth dlitriot the sohool being at Elm
and Adams street, where the German families
are numerous. Of OBI pupils In the lower
rooms of that house, there has besn, this sea
aion, no more than 2 2-6 per cent, of absence.
This enoonraglng appreciation of the advant
ages offered is worthy of emulation in other
districts. The staff of teachers employed to
oonduot thepubllo sohoola areas follows: Dis
trict sohools, 245; Intermediate, 23-238.
There is one important feature in reference
to the age and study of the pupils entrusted to
these 208 teachers, which is worthy of popular
Ounsideration, namely : that those is the D
grade, or the infantile olasses, those using
' elates and cards, and First and Second Beadors,
ar mora numerous : than the three upper
grades. These amount to 6,293; next grade, C,
3,083; D grade, 1,739; A grade, 1,123.
The city of Cincinnati is the borne of thejfl
ventor or inventors of the steam fire-englno,
Here live Bbawk and Latta; their names are
bere associated for their names were associa
ted when the enterprise was first undertaken
and although they are not together now, yet
their machines are In use in our Fire Depart
ment. Last night the City Counoll ordered
another engine from Mr. Latta, cost $3,000,
nnd passed a bill for oue of Mr. Sbawr's, cost
$3,750. We have, with these two, a staff of
ten steam fire-engines. In addition is the
Undo Joe lloes, which is to bo dismantled,
parts need for otbor engines, and other parts
sold to Mr. Latta. Now comes the tug of de
mand for the new machine. The West End
needs one at or about Eighth-street and free
man, and we urge that their need be provided
for. The No. 6k also need a steam fire
engine, and should have one.
The Exhibition—Steam Music.
We furnish a complete list of names of ex
hibitors In the Mechanics' Exhibition, wllb
their entries, as oopied from the books. Every
name of these is entitled to a chare of the
credit of the superior oharsoter that the whole
exhibition confers upon our city. Honor to
Cinoinneti mechanics. Honor to those from
abroad, who have added to our exhibition so
tnany valuable evidences of the progress of
mechanical skill in the West. To still further
attraot the people to attend, for Instruction and
amusement, the ootutnittae have s eon red the
noted steam C'alllcpt of Mr. G. W. Corns, of
this oity, to be transferred to the maobiao de
partment of the exhibition. It has three cyl
inders like an organ, and Is operated by steam,
playing twelve tunes. Every one ivho has nut
attended the fair should take the opportunity
The infant prodigy, the precocious reador of
Bh:ike-pnar, row in the Bast, known as "Lit
tle Em," is the daughter of 'Mr. Fbancw 8.
Wbittin, who, for many years, kept a huck
ster cellar on the north Bide of Sixth-street
Market-space, in this city. Over four years
ago, when the ohild was but two years old, be
Indentured ber, or gave the ohild away to
Miss Martha Pollock, now Mrs. Bchns. The
infant prodigy exhibited astonishing abilities
io. elocution, captivating all, who heard her by
evidences of her wonderful genius, yet child
The legal custody of Ella was tried in the
New York oourts on Friday last, the father
having sued out a writ of fraltat mrpui to re
cover the custody of his child. The sympathy
cf the New Yorkers is with Mrs. Bibns, as the
cbild lures ber as a mother, knowing no other.
Love all Mankind.
Among all the famous sayings of antiquity,
there is nono that does greater honor to tho
author, or afford greater pleasure to the
reader, (at least if he he a person of a gener
ous aid benevolent heart,) than that of the
philosopher, who, being aakod "whotcountry
man he was," replied that ho was a "citizen
cf the world." How few aro thore to bo
found in modern times vrho cuu any tho
CHme, or whose conduct is consistent with
tuch a profession! We are now become so
much Englishmen, Frenchmen, Dutchmen,
Spaniard or Germans, that we are no longer
citizens of the world; so much the natives of
one particular spot, or members of ono petty
society, that we no longer consider oursolvea
as the general inhabitants of the globe, or
members of that grand society which com
prehends the whole human kind.
Oar Indianapolis friends bavo occasion to be
proud of the healthiness of their eity on the
banks of the White River. People outside of
politics put off dying there to a very late pe
riod in one century, or very early in another.
On Wednesday last a lady of German parentage,
but bom in Virginia, Mrs. Janh B. Skllhv,
aged one hundred and nine years, died In that
eity at the residence ( f her daughter. Her
husband, who died at the age of one hundred
aud ten years, had been a member of the Hes
sian eorps which enrolled io tho British ser
vice during the revolutionary War. Bipe
Ta Riout or Nsohom is Stbset-railhoao
Cabb. A esse of considerable interest, in
volving the itghE of passenger railroad com
panies to exclude colored persons from their
oars, was tried In Philadelphia on Saturday
last. A negro took his seat in tbe car, and the
attention of the conductor being called to him,
lie was requested to ?eave. The negro refused,
and, with the aidjjf passenger, the conductor
put him out of tbe oar. He brought an action
lor assault against the passenger, when the
judge intraeti?d the jury that the company bad
tbe right to make the rule precluding negroej
from riding inside the can, and that it was tbe
duty of the conductor to enforce it, In doing
which he had a right to rail assistance. The
jury found tbe defendant Dot guilty, but or
dered blot to pa the ooitt.
Tbo Emperor of Morocco, whose illness has
breo mentioned by telegraph, is eighty-three
years of age, andasoended the throne in 1822.
Two jean ago he bad an attack of paralysis,
from which be recovered, but he bad, at the
end of It month, another and very serious
altar!!, Jlis ordiui.ry niciiicil attendant im
moilintoly sent fur two Erijjiisu physicians,
named Jackson, residing tit, Tutigiem, who
immediately proocoded to AUq'.i'mti, where the
Emperor wai. At tho emu timo the hoir
appircnt, who is Governor of Talifet, was sum
moned to oome to his father. "If the Km per or
should die," says Qnlianuni, "serious ooaiplioa
tiona may arise in that pert of Africa. ' The
tribes of the Amaiirks and ChelekB, who are
mituorous aud powerful, will not submit to
It u ley AbJer Rahman's natural successor, and
the I'lincs has also as his personal enemy the
coiiiDiimlaiit of the black guard, who is all
powerful in the place. ' These faols may lead
to gruve complications, nntl perhaps to the
dlsuoiimberment of the empire. Fears are
entertained that the blaok guard, imuiodiutoly
on the death of the Kuiperor, will pillage the
treasury of Mcqulnei , where immense
riches, estimated at nearly five hundred millions
of francs, are aocumulatnd. Fears aro also
entertained fur the safety of the fuiuilles of
tho English and French Vice-consuls at Rabat.
The Kogliau Consul, in bis letter home, bus
always expressed his belief that the dcKth of
the present Emperor will be the signal for tho
mu 33? ore uf vhrietiauu."
Thu JiFiNKfts at Sa Francisco. One of
tho objects of interest at Han Francisco is the
exhibition of a cargo of goods brought from
Japan, inoludiug a large amount of beautiful
toi ot work, silk and crape goous, mnoy toys
and other fancy articles, exhibiting a high do
irree of constructive ability and great mechan
ical perfection in some of the arts. The growth
of commerce on the Pnoiilo is placing the cities
on tho western ooant in oloser relationship with
the older portions of the Enstera Contitnnt,
and If ever the exclusivoness of tho Jaar,ose
and the Chinese is to ba broken down, it will
be through tho enterprise and aoiumercial
spirit of our own poople, acting from so favor
nble a position an they now occupy on the Yn
oiflc. If the Japanese cuu And a sale for their
fancy goods, the Califuruiuus will soon find au
exchange i:f some of their own commodities,
and tr.ua Francisco will become the teat of di
rect commerce between the Old and New World.
VktoeIIuoo and thb Fbench Amnesty.
The following is tbo deolaration made by M.
Viotor Hugo, in reference to tbe amnoaty pro
claimed by the Kuiperor of tbo French : "No
body will expeot from me that I can grant, la
what oonoerns myself, a moment to the thing
called an amnesty. As France is now situated,
a protest, absolute, inflexible and eternal is
my duty. Faithful to the engagement which
I made in my conscience, I wtl! sharo to the
lust the exile of liberty. When liberty returns,
I will return. Victob IIcco. (Juomsoy,llaate
ville House, Aug. 18, ISM."
Tim PiqiiA MuRtiKK. The nnmo of the
yoiins man murdered uer Piqua on Friday
morning, s appears from marks on his
ulothos, is N. Maiming. He is au American,
aud not a peddler, as was first staled. . He
had on a now pair of boots with the storo
nmrk of "A. Phillips, Dayton, Ohio," on
thorn. lie was seen with the man who is
Bupposcd to bo his murderer, on Thursday,
and who can not now be found. Manning
was stabbed and afterward chot,
JSTfA Southern paper thinks it would be
hard to find anywhere "more lawyers, doctorB,
colonels, oapluins, majors and sn;uirea, more
legislation and laws less understood, more mi
gratory population, more balf-oooked biscuit,
hard corn-dodgers, loss oare for expenses,
more regard for fetualos, more go ahcad-ulivo-ness,
moro bibles and more novels, more reli
gion and more devils, more cleveraets and
more liberality, more real independence, wilder
oxen, mure politeness und more gawkincsK,
more dangerous steamboutti, unsufer bank,
moro pitching borses and ankwurd dancers,
than In our beloved and honored United
p&rTho Terra Haute Journal iaarns from a
reliublu source that a young man named Mont
gomery, eighteen years ot age, and living in
Aevins township, Vigo oounty, met with a
terrible death on Sunday last. la company
with four otberc, he waa shooting at a mark,
While preparing to replace a cup on the tube
of his rillo, whiob had misled fire, the gun of a
comrade, who was behind him, went off, aud
the ball passed through bis head. His com
panions carried him home, where he expired in
a very short time.
jSSSThe cpiestriiiij statue of Washington,
ilesigued lor tho circular reservation at the
intersactiou of the New IIumiiBhire-avuiue,
li and Twenty-third-streets, WaJhingiou, is
neurly completed. Tbe muiu portions, both
of tbe horse and rider, have been cast, aud
ouly the small details remain to bounder
taken. It is pronounced a work of exceed
.WftThn Rttflntfih titlflil ArtHlnnrHPV. ac
cording to ono of the journals, consists of 2
nnnceo, unites, ns marquises, aio counts,
.4 virinonntn tnol 113 litirnriA. Tha AmnricfLn
titled aristocracy consiata of 075,3117 captains,
140,470 colontls, 102,340 majors, 4,321 gen
oriils, 528 cxcellfiics, 97,325 honorubles,
374,532 deacons, 40,190 able editors nud 1
$8F Thero is now on exhibition at
a tuth ionable jewelry establishment in New
York, in a small show-oate less than
thirty inches square, a collection of gorgeous
diamond jewelry, forming an outfit for a lady,
valued U $78,600. A pin, formed of a single
white diamond, is valued at $5,000, ono neck
lace of ii large diamond $11,000; two small
ones, $6,I!C0 eacb; two parasols, $75 each.
$ST Mr. Win, B. Worth has requested the
Buiud of A'idermen in New York to remove
"13 urna Vista" Monument, near Madison
bquare, and to supply the space with "Fort
Qoorge." General Worth was not at tbe battle
of Bueaa Vista.
flPTho story published in the Uw Jour
. about a sort of morgantio marriage be
tween Lieutenant Maury, of the Washington
Observatory, and a young Owyhee princess,
when a midshipman, is authoratively contra
dicted. p3A girl eight years old died nt Orauge,
N. J., a few days since, of hydrophobia.
This is the third death from tho same cause
iu that place during the present season.
EtTThe peoplo of Mobile are in a provok
ing predicament, The supply of ice is out,
and a sbip-load, due a month ago, has not yet
ESTThe crops in Northumberland and Dur
ham (England) are reported to be extremely
fine, and an immense amount of wheat has
been gathered In.
iSC-The Faculty of Yale College have deci
ded to build a gymnasium for the use of the
students, at the oost of $10,000.
3TThe proprietors of the Groat Eastern
realized over $20,000 from admission fees dur
ing tbe time the ship was opon to visitors.
TSlnoe tbe 20th ult. no less than thirty
six men have been imprisoned for debt at Chi
cago, 111. Tbey are all poor men.
pS" Charles Crocker, Samuel Miles and
William Osbora, Gentiles, have been elected to
the Utah Legislator-.
Dratr of Major TnatPT. The death of
Major Thrift, formerly of Natohejs, and In 184i?
one of the owner of tbe Nntchoj Courier, is
recorded in that paper. He died at Tampa
Bay, of consumption.
The AmorloBns residing lu London, in
aludirg Joshti Dates and ltussell Siurgee, of
tho house of Messrs. Baring Brothers & Co.;
George Peabody, Jofoph Rodney Cronky, C.
M. Sampson and Isnao S. Oxford, recently pre
sented Mrs. Campbell with a marble bust, ex
ceedingly well exoouted by Mr. Hart,- of ber
husband, General Robert B. Campbell, our Con
sul nt London. The Washington Staitt says
General Campbell is tho President of an asso
ciation of Americans in London, which has
for its object the rendering of assistance to
eit'wen of the United SUiUs who olianco to
find tbemEolves in that metropolis in distressed
Has Jca!T. It is now arcortalnod that Gc.li
era! Harney, In ocoupylnj tho Hand of Belle
vuo by a conipauy of troops, did so not In oon
forsity with any specitl instructions from tbe
government, but under his gonernl authority to
distribute tbe troops under bis command. Tbe
object was to offoH protection to the Amcrloan
settlers of the island, not only from the hostile
Indians, but from the British authoritlo. The
memorial of the settlers praying protection pre
sents a strong cum. Oen. Hatnoy did not con
sult with the U.S. Boundary Commissioner,
Mr. Cimpbell, upon the subject.
4Xr!-' TT(r.. .Tnlin flimtf. r.n AT-membflr rtf tlia
y ' - - ' ' - - t - -
Pennsylvania Legislature, couimittod suicldo
ou Monday, near Pittsburg.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
NEW YORK, September 19.
The ITawld'i Washington correspondent
save: "A irjo.isonger was dispatched this morn
ing with instructions to General Soott. Our
Government has left n wide margin for his fu
ture potion, relying upon his good judgment
and wise council in adjusting uud fettling
the existing differences between the two Gov
ernment. General Scott's willingness in ac
cepting tbis difficult and arduous task has
greatly relieved the Administration, nnd they
look upon a favorable and happy termination
of this, at present, embarrassing nnd trouble
sotneques'ion. Mr. Campbell, Boundary Com
niit'suncr, who bas been employed upward of
two years in arranging the boundary in dis
pute, hail before him tho full and entire views
of our Government on tho subjoat, and as the
Administration supposed, had nearly arranged
tho whole matter, when Intelligence of General
Harney's seizure of the Island of San Juan
readied Washington. The Administrnrion is
somewhat at a loss to know what to do, inas
much as It has not heard ono word from Mr.
Campbell since the difficulty arose
"Kx-Senator Cooper's cheap-postage and
protection sinnif':sto hns produced no llttlo
sensation among tho President-making politi
cians here from different parts of the country.
In an iron-men's leaguo, which be recom
mends, they recogniste a new powor In the
middle Slates, which, If properly orgnnijed, is
cnpablo of holding in check tbe sectional die
orgaoizingparties of the day porhups of dic
tating the nomination ond election of tbe
President In 18SU. They hope, however, that
iron-masters will not have the political sagacity
to act on the suggestion.
"Postuiaster-general Holt will leave here to
morrow for Kentucky, and will be absent for
"Judge Douglas arrived here last evening."
PHILADELPHIA, September 17.
The correspondence of the Philadelphia
Xorth Amrican says: "Tbe dispatohes received
from General Harney by the last California
mall, in regard to the military occupation of
Sun Juan and the complications with Governor
Douglass, were so unsatisfactory to the Presi
dent,lnnd occasioned so much apprehension, as
to induco him to call upon Genoral Scott to
proceed immediately to tbe tcono of difficulty,
und by his persona! efforts nnd influence to
nvoM tbe drifting tendency townrd a collision
between tbe American nsd British forces.
"General Soott responded with alacrity, and
will startupon the journey on Tuesday at noon,
carrying instructions prepared by the Presi
dent, which invest him with full discretion to
remove every exciting obstruction to a pacific
solution of tbo issue by diplomatic) arrange
ments, os was contemplated by Ibo late Ad
ministration. ToiQenernl Harney's impetuous
character nnd oonduct may be attributed this
new entanglement, which was anticipated in
some form when ho was ordered to the Pacific
by thoso who know his rash proclivities. The.
Administration is not without certain mis
giving that trouble may occur bofore General
Soott can reach his destination.
"Precautions have ben ttken by every
available means to prevent each contingency,
and besides the prosenca of General Scott,
effort! will ba made to anticipate his ovrivr.1 by
dispatches by the overland mall, checking
any further movement on the part of Ueneral
Hurray. There is nothing in the state of the
question ttsolf whioh Is not easily to tbe sus
ceptible of iatisfactory adjustment, and which
will be brought to such a conclusion by
General Scott, no matter what aipeot it may
have assumed before bis appear .moo.
"No serious anxWy need therefore be enter
tained concerning the probability of a ruptuie,
though ignorant or interested . persona may
strive to spread suoh an Impression."
From New York.
NEW YORK, September 19.
Tbo loit snys that if the trip of the Great
Eastern should prove successful, the Cunard
Company will at once build a vessel of equal
size, although tbey bavo now in oourse of
erectiou eight steamers larger than tbe Jbntia.
Tho schoonor Sailla, from Jacksonville,
Florida, was boarded yesterday afternoon in
the bay, the Union being down. She was
found to have fivo ftet wator in her hold,
aud the crow, five iu number, in a starving
condition, there being only a pound of bread
aud a peck of flour ou board. Tho men wei o
too wcukto work at tho pumps or raiso their
ain'.hor. , Tho bouts hud been lost at sea.
Sjhih days previous the Captain had aban
doned the vessel iu a shore-boat, and soems
to haveraado no provision for the men. Thoy
were tukcu on shore and provided for.
Tho steamer Vheutptnlie, from Portland, for
New York, encountered a hurrioano on Sun
day, causing bar to leak. She put into Prov
iucetown, last evening, with several feet wator
in her hold. Sixty tons of her oargo, consist
ing of sugar, syrup, oil, &c, were thrown over
board. The passengers, seventeen iu number,
were landed in safety.
BALTIMORE, September 19.
Mayor Swan made a reply to-day to tbe
cnmmunicatiou addressed to him by tho central
committee appointed at the recent town-mooting,
touching the esistiug diflioulties. The
Mayor receives the communication in a friend
ly spirit, promises to eiert his power to insure
an orderly election and to nunoint a sueoiai
police force in each Ward to maintain the
peace. He acoompanies tbe latter with an ad
dress to tbe oititcn.1, in whioh ho reviews tho
events of the past year, nnd defends his admin-
istration from Ihe charge of shielding or on-
cournp;lni; the disorderly clemont.
The United Slates Grand Lodio of Odd
fellows assembled herot o-day. Nothing of im
portance transpired beyond the reading of re
Settlement of the Bergen Tunnel
NEW YORK, September 19.
The troubles on the Erie Road hare been
settled, tbe obstructions on tho road hare been
removed and forty of the rioters bare been ar
rested. The trains are now runuing regularly.
A strong force of poliooaud military remain on
tbe grouDd to prevent any renewal of the disturbance.
WASHINGTON, September 19.
Secretary Floyd and his family returned to
Washington last evening.
BUFFALO, September 19.
Hon. Albert II. Tracy, g, wealthy resident of
this oity, diel to-day.
WASHINGTON, September 19.
Genornl Lnmnr, K.-Minister to Costa Itica
and Nicaragua, who lias been ou business
here ever since his return from Central Amer
ica, left Washington to-day for liis homo in
Texas. - - , 1
No increase of our naval force in the Th
ciiio is contemplated in consequent of tho
SutiJuun Island dispute.
rosttimBter-tloncral Holt, who loft tho oily
to-day for Kentucky, purposes being absotit
for about two weeks. . i
Thn Into Rtorm did much dnningo to the
corn crops of Marylnnd and Virginia.
Arrival of the Kangaroo.
NEW YORK, September 19.
Tbo steamship Kangwoo, from Liverpool on
the 31st uli,, arrived here at half past one
o'clock this afternoon.
Loss of a Government Steamer.
NEW ORLEANS, September 19.
The Government steamer Fulum went ashore
on St. Hums Island In a gale on the 10th Inst,,
lies high and dry and it breaking up. The
orew and stores saved.
CHICAGO, September 19.
In the case of Hussey vs. MoConuios, for
Infringement of patent for outting-apparatus of
reaping machine before Judges McLean and
Drumiaond, a decision was given to-day in the
United States Court in favor of Kussoy.
New York Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, September 19.
Tho bank statement, for the week ondiug
Saturday, shows au increase in loans of
040,000; do. deposit!) of $510,000; decrease
in specie of $254,000; do. circulation, of
INDIANAPOLIS, September 19.
lion. Abe Lincoln addressed a large assem
bly at Mnsonio Hall, this evening, on tho
political topics of the day.
Railroad Bridge Burned.
INDIANAPOLIS, September 19.
Tho bridge over Whito River, tear this city,
on the Indianapolis and Lafayette Hailroad,
was dostroyed by flro on Saturday night, sup
posed to he tho work of an incendiary.
The bridge will be rebuilt without delay.
Arrangements have been made for the prompt
transfer ef pnssccgers and baggage.
Accident on the & C. R. R.
COLUMBUS, September 19.
The express train on tho C. C. k C llailroad,
which left Cleveland at 3:05 thin morning, was
thrown off tbo track four miles north of this
oity, by the breaking of a tlacgo on a wheel.
Tho engineer and fireman ware badly injured,
and several passengers considerably bruised,
but nono seriouRly.
Non-Arrival of the Nova Scotian.
FARTHER POINT, September 19.
The Norn Seotian, now due with Liverpool
dates to the 7th Inst., has not jot been signaled.
PITTSBURG, September 19—M.
Iliver nino feet threo inches bj- the pier
mark, and falling. Weather cloudy and warm.
LOUISVILLE, September 19—P. M.
Rivor stationary, with two feet three
inches in tho cunal.
PITTSBURG, September 19—P. M.
ltiver nine feot by the pier-mark, nnd hill
ing. Weather wet.
Dixon's BlackLony Carminative,
A SAFE, EA3T AND WTHOTUAL CliCK, roll
Summer Cumplulnt, Diarrhea, Flux, &c.
W Twenty-five oeuts p,r tottle.Ta
GEO. M. mXOli, nriHjalsf,
ouss-cjii Cornor or Finn mid amu-jtroets.
A .WO IJC EVENTS.
T ILT.. BK A CAN DIDATIt
sT-CIIARLES R. I'OSDICK WILL Be!
a eundldi for County TriMtmrer, subject to tho ile
clslouof lli Opponitloii Ooutentloii. fif-plIH
JJiTCIIUaKS SEUlEN wri,i7TE A
cunJIilate for Count? Troiimirnr, aiilijoct to Ihe ile
ciiiou of Ito) County Dpii lunatic Culiv.'iillon.
pi1 JOSKH1 1'. liE()(J(S(Iatoof tho firm of
ovk'ss BiniiU; iii n i'ni;iiiUHt lor imntv TrcusuriT,
(Ulijeut tu thn OjeuMion ortlie Opposition i'onvenlion.
-WILLIAM STOMS IS A CANDIDATE
for Count? Treiiinrer, sul'jcctro tho uVcision of Ibo
Opposition CoErentliin. hopIOs
UNC'LB JoE J1.0R8 IS A CANDI
DATE for Oounty C'oniiiitMliinrr. soplilaw
" pBT30. K. SMITH IS A CANDIDATE
for Hie ofllce of County Treasurer. epl.'w
candidate for Uounty Treasurer.
tTl,EONAKD SWARIZ WILL BE A
Kiniidiite for County Cnmmlsiilnner of Hamilton
County at the entiling October nluction. nulOtf
ENT IlinhUnrl Oiinrdn. Allimtlni,! Thn
Company will nsnomlilo in fatlno drew, with nrnia,
fortlrill.iit InadQiiarters, HUM ITuwday) KVKX
INii. Viral pipu nt S o'cUicli prnciiflv, A lull at
tendance f reiiucRted, as the full uniform will be on
hand f' r iiwportkm.
nepJO u .1. U. PATRICK, Captain.
MASONIC A SPECIAL COM-
MVMOATION of N. f). Hnrmniiv a
lirulK". Ko. z. Free ami Arrcptod Maauim, will'lir
beheld TIUH (Tueiidiiy) EVENING, ttopioui-TyS
tr in. at 7 o'clock.
Bi').2o CIIA3. It. FOLREIt, ficcrotary.
kennkdi n mi;dk; 1. DIM.
!OVRItT la n.rkpmvlrri0iul liv th nm.,m.
Incut p)i)Hirlaiis, and by tlie iiioat careful unmgintK
IhroiMlmiit llio uniii'd Ht.'itcfl.lo bollitnioctotfectuiil
lilood-piirllli'rcviir Icoown, nnd to linvu rolivvvd iiior"
aolforintt, and I'ffoctod more pomiiuiont curns, thnn
nnv pinparution known Io tli pn,lBHinn. Scrofula,
Halt ltlicnm, Krysipelim.Hciild-hwid, m iily eruptions
of rt'liiitnodvcr Iiutiiro, nro cured lij a few fxittli's, nnd
the nystnin rentcireil Ui full atrariKtli anil i(nr. Full
and explicit direction for lliecuruof ulcoratedaore
mi:, mi'i ouier mrriipi nnn running it :rer, uciren in
tho iwoiplilet with mrh buttle. For sain by JOHN I)
1'AflK. Ml IliK, KdkSTKIN Si 00., and OKtJU'dK
M. DIXON. jHrUl. . Sfpl'l-Hy
THE COUNTY HOARD VOK
trie enualization of real ertnti, In thn mutt.
try townBhlpaiii now in eciun hi Ihe Ceuuty An
il itor'n Ofllcn. Pemona having cnuipliilntB will pre
gwit thnni In wriliiiK without delay. No oompkiiila
oilier than thoan made Inwrlllun will inset with at
Iviitiim. ly order ol the Hoard.
Hcpiraw HOWAKD MATTHKVt'S, Auditor.
BUS! NESS MEN'S PRAYER
AI KKT1NUM HrA helil nvt.tv mntnln. In
hufuieat of the Urat Church. AU are invited, jyl
GRAND EXCURSION TRIP
Cincinnati, Hum 11 ton & Dayton,
Da j ton and Michigan, Toledo and
Detroit, Great Western and
Grand Trunk Railroad, to
Montreal and Portland.
jJhrf25sTIIE MAMMOTH STEAMWI1IP
WSSff will leave Knulmid on the l.itli inet., and is
expoctadto lencb Portland on the 22d.
Special Excarsion Tickets
From L'lucinuatl to Portland and return will be sold
fur fi'iO, o"d for throo wk from tlie Ivth inat.
KxunrKlonliita will liav an opporlnnlty aim of are
Inn thotiRKVr VIOTOlila Bill UGK, at JUnntivaJ
wlilchiBtwomlli'Bln lumrth and nearly completed
Tickntu aold at all tbe Tloket Ofllica of tliv O.. O
& D. it. it. Company. I). UcLAKKN.
Uiiperiutandant !., 11. At I. It It
II. Jtt. HHOEMAKIR
SfjUf General auperlaUudtul D, a ii. It.
hi i ii him i n , m imir
RICH DRESS SJLKSI
At 97yuc, aud $1 per yard.
Fancy Dress Rottes!
ELEGANT SILK UOIIKH,
D1ATI1ILDB DKLA1NU ROIiKS,
1'RIISTEB FOUL A It U MILK ROBES,
.HISSES' DELAINE KOUBM, Sse.
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, &c.
BEST MAKE VT ENGLISH WOO I, Ff.ANKELS
AND DLANKKTH VEUir LOW.
Sheetings, Towels, Linens, &c.
ALL CF CVB FALL AM) W1NTFB
HOSIERY ANfl INDEKVESTS,
For Ladle, (lonta and Children,
Bargains! Bargains !!
THE MOST DESIttAlILK
MOW WOllN, IN CRBAT VAIU KTY.
Laces and EmlDroideries,
Bthwliid exprosnly for our JUdall Trail, l'olntarid
Apiiliiiue Luce Sets, Col lam and Hots, Laco Vails,
r. Beautiful variety of French EmbroiilerloH.
DELAND, G0SSAGE & CUYLEil,
71 West fourth-street.
OITOS1TB TIKE'S OPEltA-HOfdK.
ALT, WHO STUDY APPEARANCE
HAT llajht, dnmsy aud brilliant In color the "N
Plus fllra'' of the hwiuoh.
J. O. TOWEHS & CO.,
No. I4.t nsruinrHtreet,
OSR COOR BKI.OW FHIUETH.
OmcB of Cincinnati Oas Liaiii Ann CoiiCa,, 1
I'ihcinnati, epteml'or Iff, ?w. )
CJEAT.ED PKOPOHALS AV1LL BE RK
l OEIE al th1 nfflceuntil thoM dny (if Octolwr
nxt for tiir liiruinliliKr unit In y lug ni' utiuut ouc mil
lion and u quarter "f I.Tirlts.
Pripi,Hiilrt vill Iip r(cfivcd for the furnishing and
liiyini?, Imth jointly and Hpuratbly.
l'laimaiid arHKdfioatioiiH may !" l'v ovplyln't
to tli Kugiiiiier, ut iliin olJIci", f torn 7 tilt ' A. M.
aopvutt WM, Ii. (XiAKKK, Socrctary.
A CHALLENGE THE UWDEBSHHTEl)
clml'orni'S tho wrld to produm a Mill to grlud
all kinds or Ri uln, ucnlust J. 'II. HKKIi R Furtaiile
(Irint Mill, now on IiKiilbiiiou at the Mecbatilc'
Fair. Tills challengu to remain 6'd until the next
inhibition of muchaniocl art In this city,
op30.c IlEKD, IIOLLABIItD A CO.
FALij AND WINTER
MY & MAIL ACS,
Have now In store it largo and aelect ftock of BTA
PLK and FANCY DRY (J0OH8, wliidi, forexteat
and Tarinty, la tioaurnadiicil, viz:
A Isirgn aud trtneral stock of DomcHtlr
Woolen and Cotton Goods.
A splendid line of very rich Dress Goode,
lu Silks, Delaines, Morluocti, aud oltiti'
fabrlcn ol' newest stiles.
Clotbi, Casslmeres ami Veetlufifa, lu
A complete tocfc: of White Good, Em.
broideries) and linen Gnitile, of our
A very exteiibive toeU of Knnry and
Variety Goods, Suawln, Hosiery
W We Minll bo In dally rocnlpt of all ne w and do
lirablo floods diirlns ttin nnuon, nnd ilesirs to b
plarwl In coinpotltloti with anr hoime, Kaitnr West,
by nn oxamlnallon of our mock. spplOare
WE ARE SOW PREPARED TO 1)0,
on tho nIiortcKt notico, aud lu tlie latest and
most fasblonaula atyle, nil kinds of
J ob Printing,
DILL3 OF LADING;
DRAY TICKETij; '
CHKORH; I :
bonds: ,' "
PROOBAMMK8i ' '
BILLS Ot FARE;
lit riKI BTTl AT UODKRiTS FEIOM. .
?RANCISC0 & CAIDWEIL.
il i 1J 111 W ITU NMlliaaWliSTfeSjllH .Igf iwato
OHIO . MERCANTILE COLLEOE, COU
Mitl of fourth and Walnut-street, (.'arllalo
niiildlnj. ' The reKUlsr (ivonlne smalon f thin lnti
tuiiou will romnionco on MONDAY KtKN'lNfl,
Hpt. 130. Yoiuic aien who aroerwgNl tlironali lli
day Uiva hi nn oppnrtunltyof QtmllfriiiH tlii'nj
tolvcu thoroughly In Double Entry, Uo:K.-kfniiiK,
l'fiiDiarlilp'iid Dimlnotu Arithmetic. For furtlicr
lufi'i iiiHliun, call nt Iho CollfRo,or addrom Ilia Prin
flpiiU aopZiMw J, H. OAKNA1IAN.
BR 0 THE ETON & CO.,
' A!IB ""- ' i
Dealers in Exchanso,
fBIIIB rNDERBWNSD, OF TUT, LATE
GIOIOKE & BnoTflEKTON,
Ilaa commenced bualncaa ondor tlio aborit firm uiiim
At No it. 7 ond 9 Tblid-slrcot, (Trust tiiiit
. . pnny lluildliiK.)
aapTum J. II. LIlOTIIKKl ON.
HOLVTION OP FIIOTOXIDQ F I HON,
BADICALLY CURES THOSE DISEASES
where otbar meilklnti are of uo nrail, uuioiij,"
AfFeotions of the liver, Dropsy, Kea
ralgia, Bronchitis, Insipieat Con
sumption, Sad State of the
Blood, Boils, Carbuncles,
i : Scurvy, Piles, Com
plaints peculiar to
All IHkPitsRs wliioli rrqiiirii n Tonic n ul ,
., Alterative illtttliGluv.
' RonJ irbat those clorgymca.who rmldo iu K,,iv
Knulaud, where Iho Peruvian Byjup bun :;- y,,,,
liillost trial, y of it:
Tlio H' V. Jubn Pli'i'pontwiyfi: "Mr ownoNp'rir iin)
ooiivincea nio that th Pornvlau will coniiuiht to do
MiriMftil tiattlo with dlhesae, and Hint all tlio cmi
qiuistH that itnnlns it will liolil."
The Key. Warren Uurton aaya: "I do not hniitato
to rucoiuuiontl tbo Poruvitin tiyritp touny whoso hub
ita rtMider tiitirn liablo to loadtu-bH, d)iptpf li; ruiu-
Eliiiuli, Qcttraltiia, uorvoua allictioiia and geuci al di
lllly.'' Tlio Rot. Arthur It. Fuller: "SufTci-lnir much fron
lntiiio niTvoim heailache, oxliiiuntli.ii and Ii.nh ul
Hticimtb, 1 liiilfil to olitaiu any relief uulil J tiiid
tha Puruviuit tyrup, aiuce which! havobeon nnitli
atriinftor, aiut my heiuhirliod have sreutly diliiiniiiiirii.
both in severity and frequency."
The Kev. Aiiftualua A. Pope: "I linvn not bin nf
(li'itert witli buil.inc 1 took tho Permian Syrup,
throe years ao."
Tba itev. Uurdoo Roblim: "Itiaaduty I owo In tbe
Sulilic to oxpreaa my coulideuce in tlio 'Peruviuii
ymp' aaa safe and iiomirful ii-Qiedy in IIkm- vai i
oiH nianitoHatloiiH of dlaeae oouaeiueai upon dlKt,r
dcinddlHcstioo." Tbo ltev. Thomas Wblttomore: "It (jives me new
vlKor, Imoyiiiicy ofapirlis, elasticity id' uninclo. f
liihvo no dontit that, lu ciioa of puralyela like uilrie,
tlyvpeiviia, nudcapecially oi dropHy, it uuiy l.eadniiu
ialoreit with it Rroater prospect of anc-ers tbau any
otte-r niodieliio lu use anions u."
'i'he Uov.Kpbrniin Nuto, jr.: "1 liavo fouud n'ml
relief In unluu Poruvinn Syrup while Millei Inn trmn
dypivpaia, and am convinced tbut it ban remm-lui lilo
iu.woim as a tonic and promoter of.liiaouslblo pi'tupir
nll"." Tho Rev. Thomas H. Pona: "IHiiTlgoraloH tlmeN
ha.iulod ayatcin, and lurpireiiadogren of phyairnl -u-sraysndraiiilerallonM
mioxpected n auieeable."
Tbo Hev. Itlchard Sli teull': "Tho effect on the ill
jotioti and the genornl tone of thetnatom huh im
in"dinti and binoticial. It haa proved J nut the toiiln
that I wanted."
Tho Bev. M. P. Wobalpr: "To tboto vrtiour at.
dioted with the dyHpnpsl.tordorHiiKomentol'the lnw
and atouiucb, I would rcconiuiond tho -I'uriivlun
Ky nip' as ono of tho moat etteeiual remedies tlwt I
Tho Rev. Joseph II. Clinch: "I have found mich ben
eficial refills from ila ndinlniati-atloii I hat 1 tut re not.
IiB'iintod to recommend 11 to IrloudH who wore hiidxr
inn Irom iihyalcol proatiatlon, or n generally relax (l
,-u'litiou of thayiitem. 1
Tbo Ko. A.Jaclca.iu: "I bavo ilerivid (rreii; relief
from It Io n n ntt ck of tbe p!!e, und fr.-ou tli,it pluinn
r.f d.ipirti " of l'" tiiilJl'aat aydndeuiii or
which In a too eager appetlle."
i'ii. .1 I'enrwiii. tr.: "In debility, It !a not only
1 peitecily tialo, outim ellecim.i tuis in Uyat,',.iU
wo think It lia aorarelAn rwnedy."
Prof. K. VitallHBr.lierli: "Kor all th!p:v,!,n fd'nia
of di.euEo, nui! l'iiii;iiiiTjblocoini lain is that mecuai
preliHuded under tlio popular bmaomiiwlmt viriv.a
tonus of ueuouanena und dyppeeala, I tieH.evo tin)
J'eiuvian Hyrep to boa veritable spceltic."
fO 14 BALK BY Aht IiBL'UOlBl'8.
ttirPrluclpll ufllo No. I2s Fourtli-Hti'ee', K. arc's
. Building. . J. S. Ii K.lt HUSK,
eep ID Coiierul Agent for ihe Wcjlem Htf.loj.
From Ex-Governor Cor win.
"Dr. Eoling extracted a Corn. forma. 1 hurt nit.
Torcd much and lonj tvltli It. I hud tried nmoy reni
ntllM, without aucceas. From my prewnt I'eolliiR I
bavo littlo doubt bat the care wiil bo permanent.
The operation, wai performed In n. Tow mlnulcs, and
was attended with no pain whatever.
"Cincinnati, Reptemljel: V, 13f.9."
Irom Nicholas longworth Bernard,
"Dr. Ealing ban optratodvery aliilirully, a'j.l wlllt,
ut pain, ou my fi.ot. I cau coniideiitly l teoinuHiid
hi in to my friends. N. I. BE KHAKI). ,
"Cincinnati, September IT, 1W,"
ProEi H. Brnco, Ebij., Covington, ly,
"Dr. Billing performed an operation nn my fcal
nearly two years aito, whioh has given full aaiiafiic.
tion iu performing a porfeot cure. 13. URCUIE.
""iticlnnnli, Sptembr (, 1W"."
Trom A. Q. Gowcr, Esq., Eesid v
Engineer Cincinnati and Coving
ton Bridge Company. ;
"Aliout two yonra b Dr. Ealliur opomteil will
niiicVi skill ou my fool. I ImTe now the enlialitctio: i
ofatatina; that I bavo not felt any rotv.rnof thefami I
the cure being comploto and permanuti t, .
"A. (S. (SOWER.
"Cincinnati, Septcrehor ,t, ISM.'
From W. T. Crawford, Isq,, of th
Firm of Arnold & Crawford. !
"TWO TEA IIS ago Dr. Baling operated on a But
ion, then in a vtry bad stnto. I have now cul led I I
thank him for tho great relief and comfort I lm
aluce onjoyod. The large protuberance la now ei
tirely smooth. W. T. CRAWFOEH.
"Cincinnati. Angnit 20, 18W,"
1 CONSULTINC! ROOMS.
Concert Room Entrance
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