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THE PENNY PRESS,
Is printed anil pnblleheddall-,(8nndaffsoxoejtcil,)b-
FRANCISCO & CALDWELL,
At Tin. 1 Went Fourth Street,
nil delivered to rahserll-erafn ClJiOINSfATl, UOV
lKOTON and NSWFOUT.ond in aurrouiidiue. cliit-j,
tiliagea and towne, at
SIX CENTS A WEEK,
(arable to tlio carrier.
PRICE OF MAIIISn,
glpgl Cojdes, S cts.; Ono month, 40 eta.; Tbroo
... Montlie, (I 00; Oua Veal, tl 00.
AMUSEBIENTST
r'u.j i .:. ..a. xm
Wood's Theater
SIXTH VIST! fiT CINOIHSATI.
JfUN A. Eiusi.ait, Jo Solo lirsseo and Mnnnjcr.
Last night but ono of
The Star Sisters Lncille and Helen.
TFIH (Thnraday) KYKKINU, Hspt.mbtr E, will
Im presented the domestic draiaa of
ItOSINA MEAMHV.1;
fR, Ti uvtatiok rjNrm.i;i.
Ttoslna Meadows. , , fllkj rtnlfn.
Mr. Mondnwit 51 r. Ilar.n.
llirry Moudon Mr Lanxilun.
Jollirci Huxter Mr. Adam.
t.'or;i Mlil.m Sir. R?nd.
Uh. Headhwa Min.Uilbort.
HlKhland rilng JTarnhall Children.
To concludo with tho oeiobralud Miuslrol sceu
from
THE TflftrE FAST MEN.
.Jonny Fairloie Miss Lucille.
Itimely Miss I'oion.
Jttiry lloeom , .ill. Aib'tus.
Hirry Mr. (lull.
Mkk1j ..Mis i'liiiuy Jionlinra.
Friday ev.ulng fa-enMl lxiint of the " St.-.r '
tor-" mid pneltin-lyihoirhthcitppenniiii'
urr The vreatdnima nf "Hio larpeutor of Itouou"
will Hhorliy b produced.
MS-lhair open at 7; Cumin rise, at 71 o'clock.
Pmiikh up Aomis.iov toots Circle nd i'ariiuel'e,
SOreim; Oidlory. aconU,
WB"S free lint.
F1KI3' OPERA - EiOWti.
:. St. rUna.ts Jlanauor.
. THE GREAT BLOT DIN J
For Throe Night h Only.
7.Thfi mnnao-nment Ufcr. nttdeiiprirrt In rti!0"do.
Inz thu- ill famous Mnns. MiUNlM V, wh" recni.
i-nnderriil explnlot hnvo nngti.'eid so much of the pub
lic nttentlnn. lins toa onam: forttiroe nights only,
Mud will nppuarlhl
TIMTKMDiT BVrWIN'fl, Plll'T.
In ft-rlnf big unparn'lplnd re-its. uni'inn wliMi t-
will OToiiiti in., ii atlKhr-rnv.iiM.ieMn'rr.ited Wood- n
I'lrnr nnnw, tlimriuMiitM Stilt Ianr. rtfine'iii,
Involutions, fliinimurkiinlbi. 4r., ao.l ennrliule with a
GRAND ASCENSIODS,
Prom Mincxtr . m h-lr f t' Stji.it-( i Iho t'lirllio-!
llHil. ( f llinllpporflillMvi.f llin . iidi nrtnni. )n::
iiie thn An"inioii M'liin.pljd". iM V r- iv.-it m inv
"f ihnw ihlfiifm fniitu riv:o;ily p.cK'vTnM ovrv tliy
''.''VS "A ".r Nln'Mvi. mau hb wb.sli v ill bo tb.vt
f 'V.MjK IN IV a '!K I
Th p"if rmniirinof thot;inalocommne vItl)
Ilia popnlnr iitrca d
lliU ARTVTJi;, r)OJ)GEK,
In nliJch
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ch.i?ra&n,
Will pu9'I:i liiipvnci(iiil ch. r ictor.
Pn'rior Ahmi-ston. Pauiieti.- ( ln-t. Pmiiiintln
uml HH'ro y iircuif.; rh'f liiruu nailer in ymr?, linlf
lirlt-p; Unllrry, Ji c oi.tx. -
J. V.Hi-HTlRllT, Trmmri-r.
IW Tlonrn npMi t TJ(; o'clock; Pdiformmiui t
wiinm"nr nt M t'i rt,
"i)ffli op n 1mm. 10 A. M. to 4 1 M .whpro
Mutii ni'iy Im 'QCim-d.
PALAt'E (JAP.DB.N ft VARIETIES.
MONUAYtS'tiPTl&UHElt 1J).
KXTIIA ATTFiiCTJO
It 15 NOVKLTnMI
SaTALBNTRDri'.awn.HBtlS.
Captain ',I$enrer'n Coraet Baud.
MUSICAL TABLEAUX.
urKRA'tio iiuiiiiE.Qt;'j;y.
' TIME CflA N'OEP. '
fromeM is OorcrrU, frum 7 n ul U I o cldok, in il
flfti'dca.
Tniloty ntra)nmwt, frni t twlil 11 o'tlorlc, in
tae umti aalouo.
Admlsittnn TemCfMs.
' . rwpaoi
nUTTBKPA N Ii A !H A
DP TUB
New Tentarnrut nnd Hti Lnml of rn!uf$tiu
WlAl be vxliilii.iHUtrory ninM lor r.it wtiekt nt
TUT! MkOtWiN I'ALIj,
wimnclnir THIS KVHNINI!, Sm.-iulipr 2!, nnd
n WodneB''ayand K 'ttirday Bl'Urnicni'.
T1ok-tS9 conn; Ohlldinn under tfilvoynr IV.
Iilbcrnl arrmiifinnin mdiwHh mhonli. hd1 lawl
LARGEST LKIJVllvG.
mUE UNDER3IQNKT) WILL rXHIBIT
JL at i,r. thn OorsTT Haiku In Ohio nnd Inmana,
(bo lnra st Mule known in tli.i world,
10M Jl mida niab-Wolwba I'in:iiN.
1'ivb Vitntn ttlil.
YnrRli"d hv Pr. M'Cauu, of Famttp County. ICy,
Will lo exhibited ly (, KO. V . i'll.OHT.
mi."!i-ninl
THE OYSTER TRADE.
FltKSII 5
CAVAGNA'S
Oyster Importing House.
NO. St W(tT FIFTII-STKEltr.
TUB SITBSCRIDTIR is NOW RECEIV
ING dHlly, pi-r Exprew, bin npnndid Oyntor.
IlnvlnjI oompletnf arranu.ninnti In li.lliracoo, oh
ho most extuiiiiiye ac-ilo, I will at all tlir.tw duriiur
tlieiiHaiiou lio prepnrnl to furnish niv fr:ndp, "nnd
thn ri'Ht nr niimkind " with tho most tiKMCIOLS
1IIVALVEM iinp irt.id to tli,' Qu-n City. A'ou.-hii'
tibft yry lH-8t iiniiiirtd. Ore.il ludiiomncutii olfert-d
at this Impirdnn-hninw.
Ordor Hollcitcd nnd promptly (IIKvl. Tonni rash.
I'KTKR, ( A TA(N.i
Hcplflt Soleluipnrioraud I'ropiiotor.
C.S.MAD'BY
' pmiiit in
fri:ii C.N rf,
OYSTEItS.
COVE
OYSTERS.
Spiced Oysters,
PI(liKlOVHTElt!!t
flIIK SUBSCRIErR IS NOW BECUIV
M - IN( bAILV, bv tho AdasiH lipre., JJI.T;
BID world-rouowned Bnlliiaorn
Fresh Can, Keg1 and Shell Oystero,
.--AIJO
Frpih, Ilpriiictli-nllv a:il'd OOTE
MP ICED uud
riuHUEi) tiYsrr.t:?.
ROiiEitT CER, Ayeut.
ap7-tf Deput, tnVoiit Kiflb-atrpat,
OYSTEUS! TRESH OYSTERS
2H1 Wuliuif-alveet,
O'NOINNATI.
I HAVE COMMENCED 1'OK. TIIK SBAi
BON th totlo of .1. H..HANN & '.'0 miporior
Tavr 'reh oyiitor. J. T"I1,
WlMiimiieiiiul roliiil .Knt for ,1. It Mann ,H'o.
Oytori cookiid in atuimilor niyioitt our imnil nio.
eratonbmpiii. miM-tl
7rT Til WMT'wcaiiMM7
OHTO MERCANTILE COLLKOR, COTl
NKB nf Foiirili nnd Waliiut-etriou. Cnrll'-lo
BiiHrtiint Tho r.Kulnr errniuR nnlon of ibin lnml
lotion will cnniniioice on iiONIiaV EVhNIMi,
r) pt. S. yom.j ai., who lire cnioiiiod HiroiKti tha
uy navo uorp nn opnnriiiiittv id qi'aillTlng tn.111
oyed ihorooghiy In liuuliln KMrv. Bi ok-Kidn,
. Penman-hip and Uu.luea Aritbiimtlc. i'or further
liforuitttloc, cull at tlioCoIl.u., 1 r uilclri)". ill Priu
llpul. Mpa'awl J. u. ;.HSAI1AN.
TO CONTRACTORS.
... j
OrttciotthaciKWATi U.ie liiimr and Coup Co., t
. CiNCtssAfi, ttcptenibor lo, lnf.o, )
SEALED ntOPOSALS WILL BE KB
OlilVEl) nt thin nfitcditiill the id dy nf Ootnbf
liett for the fnrnlliliifiiiiid lnyini; of ahont ouo mil.
lion and a quart, r of hrlr ks.
Prop aals will 1 itcoIv. iI for tho huulahlng and
laying, bui.'i J- li.tly nnd npnr.'!t-ly. I
Plana and Biwilicinlonn niHy lie aoen hy upplyliiK
to tbo Kiifc-lneor, ut iMn orTli'o. from 7 till 11 A. SI.
nepJOlt Ii. O'LAUKK, y-crntaiy.
'TtJliu.trSi ili'-nSKV, ATIOUNUY
ATlAW.fifcuu! If iilldlnga, . Bnat Thi nl
:- )
'dine iratift Mr tan
aOT's-w fit its' wwt mJJ attxr -aac'A
NO.
VOL.
CINCINNATI, THURSDAT MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1859.
PRICE ONE CENT.
I
Arrivals of Trains.
iKPIAIMTOMt & CiKVUINATI KM A. K.i i:3i f. .; I
a:.t) i. jt.
Cincinnati, H vmii.to?) and Pattos f:4f a. m.; IK47
a. m.;i :io v. m.; t'.'rin . si.
Initg J1iami-7:Ju A. a.; 1:30 p.m.; 7:1'! r. m,;H!:(5 j
I'. M.
Mariktta ahpCincmati 10:3A. M.;!:13r. .
OlllOASli llllR--.l'PI 7;!3A. .: a:MlF. H.i ICI P, B
Cuvisqt anu Leinuiiix Iujii a. m.; 7;i:.i r. a,
Departures of Trains.
!
Ipnni(tmi,;a am OiMvixitAxi-iiCT a. h.j laaoji.;
i't:im !. n.
OlKCIWNAll, FfAMITTON A Nil TljTTO ImllaimV'H !
nnd .'!iViiaud, A. m.; tvimlu"!.'y Mni!, ,;hia. m.;
Hi! uilMxIry, 4:Ii p. m.; Ac 'oipiiKnlUon,i (r,.
liiiTia fliAHi Ulovlniid nnd I'ltli-I'iu, il:ivi a. m,
rlrtvlimd, IM'.tili';r'( nnd l:"li;i!r,t:iA. M.: IVdiim-
'jii i AcviTiniundatmn, 4:10 1. M.; Clre'iiad, 1'ilM
ting r.r.,1 lii-llnlr, i!;:,,i !. ji
Otiiii ami llimHfm-Kl. li.-niiii, C:A a. v.; lionin.
villi , v.-S p. a.; St. hMit, p. ji.
firranuM, Co.ir.iiiiK f.xi- Ci-NfU4:,ATt (yto'lhMivIlIc
:Jliirt tinio I.:mI Krniit.it.-ort lir"t d:i.i A. .;
-:0ii a. i.; H:.'i p. M.
0i.r.vi:iAKu.Oni.UMfr; A.vn Dim issati int Front
nll'v.'t f :tn A. m. ;,.?'. M.; H;3II p. M.
OririNKATi ami nlAKim r iVI.'i a. :i.; 3:jn P. n.
(,'NTItAi. Olim From KbsI Krunt-troot Dopot 8'W
a. H::i p. i.
0oi.tii akp I.KtNmn.v-:2.iA. M.; ?:"n t. ft.
NEWS AND GOSSIP.
1
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1
1
r
-atreer,
JiSA inn ram'i.l B!iaw vrs Itillil in
I'jtphi'f, Miss., on tho lOlU in t., by liluwift.
A Corouer'n inijuoet L"1J ovor'tlm loHv,
nnd tliuir vordlrt wna tn tlie iiiR-r!, tlitt.t IIr.
Sbaw cnniB to his d. nlh by v..t)uii iulijo'eii
by tho hands of his wife. Thy wow I"'"
bl tu duoido ng to tlw V"iip"n ikoiI l.y he.
8ho ellois thut thi doid b domi tvitli a
broomstick, rpplitvl bolo'v the badt M t!io
liorik. Hnr ntury, howrtvor, is not rn ditcd.
1. ii ;;'o.noralh' Hupiic.-i tho tnurdor Twcem
nilUod with n Braoolhhig-tron, s I'm wan
i'ouuJou tho iirotaisos covered wilh llooJ.
fZTXr. Win. n. Hooper, tin saw Ddin'.o
to c'onjrriv.s from Utah, was Icro'iTly o roar
'.'VtiU in Cr.!jjD, I.lwyii. llo i i :t lil'tivo cf
iiryUnd, vent to liidoi: In 1824, but wn
niiKUucnrAtni i bufireri, and lor K ino yr
iM n st-oambMU oo iho Upj,8r iiioaiiiipjii uud
th-j JiUfon.'i. U;;;h; or ivn ycura u&oo ho
j'liucd tbo Mortnouif, iiuJ !i:ti bona lutteily it
l.K'.dn; uoiu -nion liiu Hululu 'j Vui.
BiTT!ii emiRTation from Livrp.ol Iij t'ie
Uijiid ficjitas, durUiif tho inotilh of Autfunt,
bu bcn lirgor thttd fur many montlie, the
hiuiIkts bii,(j ihr.'O hundrod nu.l ton cabin
Mid four thniii-aud to hundred r.:n sivtnly
:is hlvoritjjH piuoieEjgtrn. Of IIkmu, 1,052 lw-l-ngnd
to Eri;;lnnd, 120 to Scotland, 2 52 to
Iiinr.:l, iti.u Hi 8 irorc foioiy uora.
Tlilt. B!inichi, Cutbolio Archbi.dtop of
Ofi'doii, lc.it Jlnuohi!l ia t wrok for hia dlo
im'mk; BcojiupiiDic l by toitr prloalo and two'ye
BiiUMM. Xiio sitom ard oiio or two of tbo
prio-ls f-rn to found n itinu'.ia Culbolio educt-tiniii'-l
ejt.thliHhntcut at Porlload. Oi.hor ooiu
fmuiti of fitors tiro to bo writ. iiamO'iiAtoly
from Mruitrnnl to join tho Cttholio ntilonieiiW
At ILfd F.iror and Vnuoouvor's ItliitJ,
jSil-Siiciil'iu nf tbo rol.urn of John Jlitchd
to Kinvpe, tbo Dandaik JDtmocru! -iiyr: ''If ho
i; ?. i,".i:i,$ to Jrmoo, ho would not hvii yen
turod thcto ftitiiout trowtnr; Iho footing on
Wbio'i ho ii tu stand. It, U jiroboble tbnt hn
bis beon corrcstioudinR with fi-ii'",.h in Paris
v,hi konT noDictliiog uwo of T.hrt H poiug to
happen titan other peiiil3."
SA d.--putitl(ia,o,ni.itiP2of tho Ecv. Dr.
Edgnr of I!oUa;:t, tho Ilov. Souiiiul Pillof Eat-
jyuiBtio, Ptia i.uo it.ov. ,ne. w nnu ot t.iinoriou,
h it iirrived by tbn Kan.tr.woo, trj appeal to tho
Christians in tho United titles for aid in behalf
of doinoftin mii?'.iotia in Ireland. Tfcn Eov.
Henry Cooke, D P.. of J3olfiift i:i ospettod to
join tho deputation in about thrco wookj.
Sf?f A now "tr.nrble palac," which oost
upward of two hundred Utottjaud dollorn, hai
been opened in Now York as a retail dry -. frond?
bou?e. Tho show-windows, glared with iBslo
pl.itcs of glass, aro thirty -fivo feet lonrr and
twenty feet wido. The vcjtibulo is aupported
nn Corinthian columns, in white and gold, and
ornimontod with olrgant mirrors. Masslvo
mahogany doors lead from tbo vestibuio to tho
principal salos-room, c.
"Thero is n. fu-Iii of brnom-oorn this
noiwoit in tlio vicinity of Rortkiord, III., ot"
Dearly oiht lumdred ncrcs. Thn soprl was
plantcil bymnobint'iy, tho corn being drilled
in rows two fool, tiino inches apart. Q'lio
whole crop in contracted ot $3j per tun. Or
dinarily turoo acres will produce a tun. Tho
crop this year will come to.?20,fliiii.
StTho Prince of Wales's lata titt"r,Mr. F.
W. Gibus, nud fiir Henry Iloll.md, Physician
at tbo Court of St. Jutues, wero lit Ottawa,
Canada, l.tsfc Friday. Tbcy 11 ro nm hi 11$ a iiur
vey of a routo for tho Prince, but ho will not
visit tho country, probably, till October. An
ho will travel intc'inim, evon then it mny bo
diOinilt to traca bia Koyal Highness.
fT'no Uulversalists are io hold n Uuited
States Convention in linchestor, X. Y., com-
wenieins to-dity, and noutinuiojr thn 1y.
This convention is composed of c.'cr 5c;il stsd
ltiy deli'!atcs appnintod by the sovoral Statu
con ven tionn, ouu convenes atinunlly.
;B?JIr. Jacob M'CoUislo!', n tve!l-1(iiown
nud i-atacniP.rt c:;i;:sn of Pittsluirjf, died on
the IStli in-t. On the night Senator Dxntrlatt
spoke in PitliUmrsr, Mr. A Coll inter was pro--.-cnt
and introduced him to tho uudiurco. Ho
sto'xl for tin liour or nioro in the open air, 11 11 d
tlm noxt uiorniii; wns sick from tcvere cold,
which toon carried bini off.
Ji13Tbi3Te bas been running Dbntit in tti
harbor of Portlund, llnlnc, lately, it sienna-tun
wherein tho un cf a cbiinnoy Is di.'pooeed ivi h
entiroiy, and tho heat thru usually pussos IT
from tho top of tint fiuoke-plon is ni.vto arail
ahlo to do duty in the engine. A board of
engineers certify, in tbe papers, to a jinat
saving of find.
fTho Rev. Tboiidorc ParW wr'trs I'roiu
Jfottlolialel, August 2S,l.hnt bin bodily hoitlth
was iiTijiro virtf, but his voice was nearly
pone. IIo is tukirig out-door exercise.
?rTh Truhteos of the fdniphis (Touu.)
Medical College hnve cUctcd Dr. Ij. I. You
dell, latoof Louioville, Ky.,to the Presidency
of that institution, in tho plitw of Dr. Pitt
nittii, rosigned.
fTMr. Curcorivn, cf Witnhington, Is erect
ing on Peoncylvapltt- avenue an art gallery,
which is orftlm-ited to oo4t some two hundred
tliouennd dollnrs. Tho gallery will be free,
nnd will be miinsol by truti-ea nppointed by
Mr. Ciireorao.
JSA new Ulod of brend, koown tot ODrtttcd
bread, in now made iu London, in tho tuauu
fajiuro of whioit no IVrmonltilio:i if used.
JEW Tho Methodist ond other cleTjryn-.on
out Went tny that tha titntu have h en awfully
hard for n'x months pant. Johnny -nab has
been tho staff of life, uud sluio.'t lifu iirtlf.
JSSfA new invention is spoken of for moatur
ing diffiitices, wbiob promises to be very use
ful. It is attwehod to a bntrxv or currinire-
j ltbeol, aud so arningod as to strike at overy
I mile.
I JJf A Fnh-tlto Indian, six fost. (hreo nnd
threo-nuarter inches high, and wnithing two
hundred and fifty-four pound, recently visited
Oenoa, California, lie In only twenty-Qvo
years old.
.-JfS" Tho first territorial f;iir of Nebraska
will be, bold at Kebraska City on tlio 2lnt, 22d
ond 23d insti.
SiT-Tho titlo of tho Hon. Robert Dale Orvcn's
work on Spiritualism, now in press, is "Foot-
falls ou fhe Boundiry of Another World." ,
The Transit Trade with the Western
States of America.
[From the Liverpool Journal, Sept. 2.]
i
j
I
Vhou Kit .T. Pidcimjton utinounccd that tbo
nitvy poul l hn.ro to lo roconatruotnd, tho torra
was considered tit tho time fur-fetrhod end a
esdggerntinn; snbscqaoDt rovelatiocii, howorcr,
prove th:it Im correctly appreciated tho chnnfteB
vhich wcro rfiuiro i to be tuuda to meat the
wants of tliauud, anting frotnlheiniprorement
io ntctm, guniiory and naval conjtmotioa. A
similar r-roos!ruptioa nf oarocp.in mttil routes
mttit sbcrt1- iolJoir, (tnd n!o of joodo and pna
nepfjcr ttitt.-dt ivtsoin Knrnpa nnd the grrat
V'e.'.icvn Pliiit.a of America. To understand
tbo fiucclirii in ul! itn hcatingd it will be n?ces
"t'.ry to go back a qmirtcr of a cotitnry to traco
tlio ohingoa th.it bno teken placo Mrico the
.tabli?hmcnt of stosmsbini and Tnilwuva.
Prior to tho opening of tho ErieCiitial, in 1828,
tin pri-dnco if tho Hintna bordorinif on the
lulios p.md down ha Bt. Iinwrenev, nhioh
w:in tho only i.ntlot to tho jeahonH at Qo"bec;
but do 60o.;er wm tha Erl Cual op fd, !
lhotii;h rnly having a dof th of four feet, than
Iho tisdo ivti.i iptcrc-ptoi at Bnff.jlo, ond dl
voiUid to iho Hudson nnd Now York, thin port
b :im; open nil tho onr round, while tho porta
of thaSl. Lawmrnewi-ro olonod for Bit moLtbe.
Tbo rapid rim of the oommorco of Now York
from this porii'd, and which wp$ after
'fi sf0''''? Hoecloratcd by tho pro(jroa of
Mi'wtyit Mnard tiio Woetc.rn rltBtni. The
whuln ul' tlio import 4 then went to Now York,
rsttJy to lio lorir.ir'lo I on tbo oponinp of tbo
oanal ai:d Ink unvipa'.iiio. The New York
fii'-lcf t hl; c i.c o vtilebrated, c.irrlod a!i
t.cur.i thoiu on tbo ocoan.acd tbo floatlrig
pilMoi on tho nudum mid Lakn Eiiowerothn
I'.itoirntit.a nf fill, until '.Uo oCQiiti iitchineri and
raUwcj", at-k .-.v..y thidr traOlo, aai thty now
no I Aigtv try lu;. Tho U- J.'nuol lux bt-oo mi
e r -illy loehtis im t.sllk', nu It in now projiofod
t ) iijil it, n us? d.)ue in i'.v; c-o of tho Ponn
tylvriiiii il'lrtttt
Tb.i top.-l o( tlm corn J.ittn, nnd snlso
r(:u)tli llin anvi.'Mini ht , cito an ItnpftiH
in ;bo Kew York Cr.irl K.,ilway itud to tho
.hipping i f 2lw 7o"H, wb-e'l wni tbo final
Iiloi b thaltt. (irer!rra;. (Itat duouti
lout prOVailP.il In C'.li'iiU Id coaroquoiioo, sod
It win c inoodi'd ij nil that the orly ivuy tu
fo;raia tho Ttst trsd of tho W.wt w4 tu con
ttruot tranh rsiiwny from S'rui to Queboo
and Portlsad. Toward tbia the Catiadiao
Givoroiaont coptiibutoii 13,111,600, nud in
Kovcmber ret. It it oxpeotod tho lino with
tho Victoria Undue till bo rpcntd from
P'irtlaud to Ootrnit nnd Chicago, without a
Lirc.i'k it disturica of onu thonsuud onn biindred
and tiiirty-niirlit tuileu with a weekly lino of
until btoitinor.1 to Quebeo nnd Portland from
Liverpool.
Tho pufrinpTiioalRdTantsgos of tho routoaro
appaiont, Qmbeo hoing boujo fivo hundred
uiiloi neiiror than Now York, with tbo railiroy
eoniiooUnij with shipping at Quehes, Portland
undSiirni i, which rv.vni o,irt:io and time.
At Three Rivurn, elwu clnoty milei above
Qui bsc, t!ie'iduiflji?(ias.-ios,aod stonmerfl bvo
t,- coutaaii against a strong current, rtquiring
tho a;J of smut power to overcome lbs resist
piice, c.ipcoia'.ly at tho rp.pidn below Moutroal;
xbovo MuTittonl ifio t. Liwrenoe oannl.t bave
lo bo pn?iori boforo entInj! Lako Ontiirio,
nnd tbo "i7c!iul Cnnl boforo roar'uiof; Loke
I'.rio, in u'.l sixty uino mil3 of canal, and do
toiitiou in the pnwngo of the fifty four lockn,
j .mee, , 4o. from Ii!t Krto tha transit wt
tho ithnal-wator of tho St. Cbiir River tn Lake
mvoirln-J fetvy toin rn Rnodj,
riir-.n 11. nr.
Huron n nr.load4: l tth cohsidomblo dnn;rcr,
) shown by tho annual oasunUie3. AtSarnia,tho
enlrftnca' to Lulto Unron. tho current runs at
tho rato of eoroo mileu nn hour; in pbort, to
overcome tlio current, tho propollera tiro codj
pelled to lin equipped with powerful ma
chinery, v.nA a' tho sorcon barely lasts fix
months, the forwarding cou.paniei hnvo been
ono by 0110 retiring from thounerptal eorcpetl
tlm; and noxt tha lino piijscojror etoamerg
which are atill rannin,!? botreon Toronto rind
Montreal will beccme matter of blftory, liko
the sister vejeels en tho Hod?oa and LU
Kric.
We wo amopg thoso who cnnnider eloam yet
in itfl infancy. We beliovo that Ftnamehipa of
(oa thou and tuns will boccina conitnwn, that
iron 9fiilin( shij.s of ono thontiand tuns will
sjper.icilo wooden, tind that tbo principle of
tho construction of tho (Irevt Entiem will be
come (lonorul.
Wt hnvo thus briefly jiivon a liietory of iho
artificial rnciuis by which a iiteel 1ril has
been divmtod from ita nrtiiral chfiniiel inul
tho nioniiB Btlojiti'd to rcatoro it to its old
course. Pori.Iniid and Quebeo cun admit tbo
Greiil Eaiteru iiilcnit nfc tho wbnrvoB, while
Xow York barely (itTords the required depth
of wtterfor tho IrmVi. It will bo curious to
traco the efluctti of Btcnm on ehipnin.c; nnd
Irndo cor.nocUd with Canada nnd iho West
ern Htnti.t. Tho finimoial operntions of mor
chnntj nrtd contractors in tho Wcstorn Stniff
are conducted at. Mow York or Montreal;
theso a,!;iin aro in correspondence, with Liv
otpool or London. Tlio question of transit,
tiy on lfl,00i) tuns ,1 iron to Ohicsso from
Liverpool, doporxdi, thorcforo, on tho oceon
freight, insamire nod railway, or railway
and water trnuit. combined, whethor Jiew
York or Quebec is eoloctod; nnd ss tho tun
nniro from ih laltcs rxceods 0,000,000, there
is ample scope for enterprises 011 tho part
the feh.ip-owuern nnd the iniinutpirB of iho
Gi'.md Trunk Railway, especially at Qunbee
ihaliv.iya a lnading port, which Nw York
not.. Hxcoptiitft when breadstuff command
high prioo in Eniland.
Kp.t Poocebs rou Waikbixo 8TiircBT3.
cnriniis i xporiiuent is now boini( tried at Ly
:n,9 for lnyitiR thodust in piibiio promoiiades,
and has en fur boon titlonded with suocone,
chem 1.1. of that city having accidentally eiiilt
aiiuio hrdro-cbloric scid on a terruc of hiK,
I'otmd that, it haidouod the spot eu which
bsd fallen, and uiaiutaiiied it in n state
porniaueu!. moisture. This led him to thiu't
that by wawnug the BL'eets with ihiaacid,
tliorluet on large Macudaiuize-l roads might
bo laid, or rather pnsvoiued lr'.,rn rilling,
lixperiuieiits were drat made on tho Court
Napolnou, between tho lthono aud tlm
IVrrac.ho Stution, Tiio succehs was complete,
uud lintt uIho proved durable, tho cnrritign-
wuy having been aorverul mouths free from
du.it; aod another experiment is now be'nc;
nindo ou thu Placo Bollecour. During the
hoi toft part of the dny tho ground, aitbmiKh
dry and grnvely, hits the appoataneo of bu
iug us cousibteiit. and dump ub if it had been
wafted hulf an hour before. But ns ovoniiij;
ajiprourhcs tlio moiituro becoriiim moro uml
ruoro iircuptiblo. Every morning the ground
is stiller, and moro comfortable to walk on,
This mny be easily accounted for; the acid,
decomposing the gravel or stone, forms one
of et veinl deliqueeceut salt, which therefore
utiriict the moiatnre of the air. The quen
tiou as lo whether roads thus watered are
likely to lrttit bo long as they otiht can only
bo decided by time.
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A NtSlT OV COI'KTKUF BtTSIIS BrtOSBS Vt
Racins. Onrfsturday a ouiiplo of "kinlno
kers," iiiiniiid Husoicr tind Putnam, wero ar
retted at lUoino. Upon tboir proniiron wero
found a largo quantity of bogus coin, both
gold acd silver, tome tln'mliid ready for
trade, and t.omo of it unQui.bed, in all
various stages of manufacture. A full "Mt
tooln" was hUo obtuined. They are both
nfTondnra. Putnam was sent to Alton from
Chiengo for sevon years, for tho same offense,
about four yesra agu, but aftor serving
tbren yearn of bis time, was pardoned out about
, ft year ago,
llopnier islrom Ohio, nnd is like-
! wise nn old hand at tho hualness, but has
ways mansgsd to to escape detection hitherto
' Bel:wft.
The Great Eastern—Her Departure for
America Postponed.
The nibjwncd announcoment of tho Great
Ship Coicpapy appeara in the London papera of
tho 2d iuet. It v, ill bo observed that tho data
of departure from Portland, Eogland. for ber
tianeatluolle trip, has been defiuitidy fixed for
Tbtiiday, S.iptoiabtir 20:
The ffrral Extern is intended to loare h
toooriogs un Tuendity, the Oib iiiat., and will
stay at the Nore tu adjust e Jinpaimos, then pro-oi-ed
lo Portland, near Wejmoutb, and bo
ready tlmro for tbo reception of vudtoru trout
tho 9:h to tho 13tb: aba will thin eturt on hor
triiil trip, wnioh It i. proposod nh ill not noiu y
ui'TOtnnii tbreo dayn, mturning to Holyhead.
Bhe will ri-uniln thtre fur tbo rei;pp ion of
visitor lif.in Tuoaday, thu 20'h, to Monday,
tbo 2(iib, both iuolutive.
Pie'.gflrii doli.g from Weymou'h on thv
triul-tiip will be raeoivod oo bourd on Friday,
tbo IS O iuat.
Pumeni;or, pnrooli and letti-p for Amerloa
will bo rtcoivpd on board at Holjbcid, mi
Tuesday, tho 2fih, aod Wedueaday, the 2M
illKt I
Tho t7o S'Ulom will tail for Borland
fivm Ponland, United btntuij, on the lt N
veuibor.
Tbo Dlrelor havo overy ooi.flJor,oo 1h.it (he
aboso nricnyeiiniutii will bo udhond to, bu:
phould any elttirntlon unavoidably occur, due
ui '.ioe will bo Kivon.
Upon Ibn ttinl-trip nono but flrat-olasA p"
KtLri r Hooldjbe leccived lhi furea to r.i yo
frur.i 5 to 10. i:o-irdiii fo cibln. Th-farni
f,r tho Aaicrican vuyajr,u outw.ird rtmiiu as
pKvb.unl) pubiihfd. Kjtum ticket a e sold
for 'it faro and a blf."
Tho loading idea of tho proprietor cf thn
Preol JCnitura mey bo fathered fn tii the f.'l
loyii)(( concxpondti cs of tho Loudon Ton;
IB SUA GH'INO QU41.lrt. HP THM MOlSTKIt
wifct sun Be fkke. rum 1'nph.a-j.t Uoils?
J'.Wne Eliiurvf 1I0 Loaii n Timrt:
tin: A,' thoro la uuinng thn publto a very
jiMiv.i.lent i.l,: thHttlioro will bu ' r.u iuott..u
111 the. Grtat Siatern, evon duiiEjj tho hellViot
gile of wind," permit mo tj point out at loat
tiro p i-dtionn in whio i thoro will be very cou
pideiablo " livolineaV' to use nautiol pass
word, should tho experiment which nbe ia He
lined to exotuplify, be riorounly CAiried out,
Tho loadiug cbaraotaritio of the Ore-it ffa-f.
ra that ia whiou .ho diffora from every other
hip hithorto eonntruottd U that ttho ball
under no circumetar.cee be ootnpclle.d to llo to,
nor in any way to divergo from her direct rout
circle course, by any aotioa of wind or wave,
Shu ia to sail useiiusirely a great cir.de e-iurxo,
end is not to bo novo to, or allowed to run
free, or run out of a galo,(uulo she hai tho
hei-U nf it,) nor get: orally to hnvo recourse to
Hry cf thuo dodges t? hich aro resorted to to
e.uc a thip uodor Mron of tveatber. That she
will do all this, no one who baa admired her
noble nyuittietiy an 1 eiqaimo liuoa will for a
tnoaent di:ubt; but will aho achieve this tttM
trataia and bo free of ail motion at tha sooie
time?
Her tMoifnMons aro based opon ocrt,in oal
flnlations of tho Into Dr. SwobT. whioh a.i.
eiccd 080 feot at tho enrctno loogih between
the crests of two ware, with an avorasn denth
in tbo intervening trough of 60 foot, or a n,'.-in
jItlot and depression of 30 feet each wav,
above and bolow the level uf iho uccan at rcrt.
Snakes of Texas.
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A oorreipondont of the Bosicn Aa'wrtissr
writos from Ban Antonio :
Allowing, however, that San Antonio Is a
ootnparntively healthy placo, yet tbe venomous
reptiles which abound constitute literally the
presence of death in our walks, our hout-es and
our badrf. The centipede, the tarantula, the
ppotted spidor,tbu rattle-snake and the niacoa
pin are louad every where iu the city as in tbe
country. Around the Mexican huta, and iu
their thatnhed roofs, they live almost nnmo-
letcd, under the compact, it would aeem. of
"lot ua alone and we will let you alone;" hut
with the whites thoyareof'oo brought to battle.
Wo know of tuvoral deaths in tltte immediate
vicinity from tbe bite of the rattle-snake dur
tng the pant year. Our blood rau oold wiiii
horror ar wo liutoued to the aconnnt, by a
undhor, of tho death of her only daughter la?t
soring. Tbe lady lived within a mile of the
cily, and kept hens aud pigs to drive away the
snakes. Her son, a child of sevou years, with
his sister of three, had noon nut gitliorirg
tinware, and wero arranging them upnn the
doorstop lovely, happy children , fragrant,
beautiful flower uptly atideweotly aso iatod,
It iv.iuld seem thai overytbibg evil muet
tetire fmn so charming a scene ! but a bus
rattle snake, supposed tu have followed ihe
cbildrea from tbe prairie, suddenly attacked
tbo boy, and as he fled, after receiving one
deadly wound, it sprang at tho little girl, sink -ingits
three fangs tbreo timos into her little leg.
!No one was near to administer the proper reme
dies, but a boy of fourteen. He was tick, but
Hpnnglog from the bed, he seised a pair of
scissors, cut tbo fl. sh from tbe wounds of tbe
children, gave them large draughts of whisky
and then commenced sucking the Vitus from
blood. In this work bo was found by bu
mother. No physician eould have done moro,
but tbe little girl was soon a ootpse, and tbo
boy Buffered loog beforo recovery. When tbe
life of tbo patient is saved, he Is sometimes
hut the wreck of bis former self.
Onoo our next neighbor eoot the ha-dy mes
sage, "Come; over snake- bite !" Wo eeind
a bottle of brandy and ran to the bnue. One
ol the lie-,? 0 girls bad been biUeti and bur
master was tucking tbo wound on the nroi.
which was bandaged tih'iy. We h.Iiui .in
te.red lingo draughts of hrtndy , and gave alum
constantly. Tureo physicians wi re nib e
queutly culled, who cupped the arm, and lor
uvetvu hours pbe was not considered out f
danger. Four rnt'.le-snnkos Wine subsequently
killed in the corn orib, where the child iw
playing when bitten.
Oue morning, as we were having a Eno frolic
with the babies, a sharp, whitztog eoucd,
between a tqucul aud a scream, roe above our
laughter, Vie turned, and were rpell-bouud
or a moment, by toe terrible creature at our
feet glaring into our eyes. Rucnveriig pre
nonce of mind, an it sprang, we narrowly es
caped thn fatal hi 10. But time would fni '
to tell tho chilling stories of sunkes, eeutipedoa,
&c, which daily Oil our ears and oongo d our
blood.
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Tnti Potato Dishask in Ihkland The Cork
papers state that the blight iu ita oldest and
worst form has attacked tbe potato crop in that
quarter Tbe tsct of Irs aotu 1 Appearance
ihere has been several times-noticed in tbe
looal jotirna's, hut tbo tale ii now told with
more circumstantiality than usual, and is no
longer set down us a flying rumor. The Ex--miner
says: "We ragtet to say that, so far in
has come under our observation, in the rnral
districts aroun 1 the city, potato disease is bn
onmlng very gonoral, Iu one initanoo that bus
oome to our knowledge a splendid Held of flf.
teou aoros, ctoellent land atd highly oultlruted,
the crop on whioh waa, at one time, expected
roilizo S00, is now become absolutely
worthless. In ninny ca-es half aod even two-
thirds of the crops ttsve been tost. Anostormed
oonospondent informs us that the blight has
set in with deadly virulence along the coast,
irum Klniale to t;ionaKlltv. '
The Dublin Eeming Totl, iu noticing the
harvest operations, say a: "Hero potatoes aro
excellent quite equal to the quality before the
blight and the produce) is large, although
oasidsrabla portiei are small."
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Noon Dispatches.
Five Days Later from Europe.
Arrival of the Arabia.
SACKVILLE, September 21.
The ileaamhip Arabia arrived at Htlifai
li.ct evening, llnr newnnas jaa'. btea reooivod
hurt by hnraa exprees.
She bringii Livrnd d,.toB to the lOlh in!.
LIVERPOOL, September 10.
Cotton fliofoi. quiet ou Friday, aud withoui
O'lnnge.
Drendnuffj cintinued dull 1 rovlions wert
'eiiiln g downward.
T.oxnnji, Septuutber 9
OnnioU are qu-ded at ')jri(sffi'i.
Tho nlfhot e'Uti.p f.,r itie wtik umrunted to
67,000 b.ie. Toe market opened ao'ive and
ohmed quiet,
Cousola oloned at 85 for account.
The ttnauiship Qrmt &iHrn waa safely gt
(0 tea, atid ber jei foi uiacoe bad b.ta ratii
tact ry.
Trie Zuriah Conforoaoe haJsu-peuJel its a
touibiio.'. Pivimu and M ultra had roi-dvod on annex-
tiou tu PluJlU.Wlt.
The mlet of outtna to exporters amounted to
11,500 bo leu.
Tbe cMuiatod sales on FrHny wore 7,000
h.iles, of whl'-h aunn:it cxportora to.k 3.UU0
b.ib.a, tho rniiiki't oioeuig quiet but study.
Tbe adviaea trout Miiocbester are favurhbla,
;h ui rkets hning soiivo, and eliiniug with an
auvaauing tend boy.
New Oileina treb-oidiuslre at Duvto olosed
fctendy at IKIl,
Tho Lor don mor.ey markot waa generally
U o-hnrg-d. IJiillioi. in the lljuk of Uoglaad
hud iuerua.'o l tti 000.
l'lour wa gi neraily qulot. Vi heat steady.
Arrival of the Nova Scotlan.
FARTHER POINT, September 31.
Tho steamer Now Satiun, trom Liverpool
d tho Ti b. 1 tut., has painted this point, bound
up fur Quobec.
Reported Defalcation.
NEW YORK, September 21.
Thoro aro rumors on the streut of a dotal
ratios in 01:0 of our banks.
River News.
PITTHBURG, September 21—M.
River fivo feet three inches by pier mark
and falling. Weather cloudy and warm;
occasional light ehowen.
The Southern Pacific Railway Sold
under Execution.
MARSHALL, TEXAS, September 19.
Tho Southeiu I'uoifla Rsiiwar was sold under
an eieciuiou to-d.y, aud purehased by General
It. V. hichird-uu and ataociutes, President
Fowlhes ia paying off tbo debts and piepnribg
o ro-orgaiiisa the oumpany, who will elcot
E lirar Tnvmpsou President, uuite with the
El Paso Company, nod continue the eonstruo
Uon ot the road.
Awpoi. Pi.tirt A Wohas IsatANTLT Torn
to Pikckh, This morning, Mrp, Bchnabel, a
youux French Creole, whose husband is engi
neer iu Merrill's Drug Mill, on 8t. Chariot
idreft, between Fifih and Sink, went to that
place as tuual, about, nino o'eluok, to carry blm
his breakfast. Whilo Mr. Sohnabol waa eat
I off, his wife stood near the machinery, con -rersiog
with him. Thero is a large upright
ahsft a few inohes from the principal wheel
that carries thn maohinery. Mrs. Schnahrl
waa standing near this, and bent ever to piok
up her husband's pipe. Her dress caught In
ihe cogs ol tbe wheel, and shs was drawn in
between itand Ihe shaft. Her lens, arm and
baokhone were instantly crushed to atom..
The effect of the shock s'u eo great as to hreak
tbe machinery tnsovenil places. Her husband
in timi tried to rescue her, mid when the awful
fn ot Qished upon his mind that she waa dead,
his prief knew no bounds.
Mrs. Senna hoi was bu intelligent, industrious
wi man, and much devoted to her husband and
child, wh'.i-e hems is tbu lett sad ar:d deo-
late. Di'..,BiHliniere held an inq'.,i. abotily
after the ucciunut, and rendered a eidi"l. i 1
St. Louis
News.
JtSf The town of Prato, In Tusjany, hs i
opuned 11 subscription for a sword of honor t
Oiribsldi, aud "it w is meet," says the mnvm.i
of lb at sulwoiiptiuu, "thnt tbe tbouyh'-of dctni
honor to that brave mail shomd originate In
the bumble njiy of Prato, that by that eireum
stanoo toe Qonerol should im lemo'ded cf Iho
dsy on wtiieh, fir a lew moments, on the 15;h
ot AuguM, 1848, he cmo rt iwn amoug tbeiu
from iho valley of the Biscnsin to rest a frm '
worn out, but not broken, hy hardship and
cal 'miry, and whence he was able tn tlx his
steady eye into tbe distant future, aud speak
of a coitain, however remote, turn in the dea
'itiiea of bis country, and of a day of rescue
and deliverance." Thus these Italians ate re
fined in their upward losiincts ing-nious iu
their kind heartednesB. Any peopie oiight
have thought ol doing honor tn Garibaldi; but
they kuew how to do it with delicacy, they
knew how to touch the warrior's heart in the
teDdere-t point. Tha Ooneral had justlost hi4
wife, dropping by his tide with exhaustion, at
tbe close ofa long and disa-troas retreat, a few
days before be renotied Prato.
BUILDIKO OPSRATIIISS AT NKW OrLKASS.
The exemption; of New Orleans! during the.
prenent yeiir ftom yellow fever, 1ihs givon a
.1e.1t impetus 10 building operiitioua iu thai
city, it appears trom a HtHtettient in tbe
7fctfj (.VmmiiI that tbe buildings erected or
cmiiieiieed, but not vet finished, during th
Tear iirling the 81: tull., are estimated to
coat 2,730,203, of which $875,000 is on dwell
iugs. The Crtscnl etiys there is a soarcity of
workmen, and the wages paid are higher
iliau lor inniiy yiara past. Material is also
very high, in tuuuy cuses builders, who
have largo oontnicts tn be finished this year,
are working ou Sundays.
jatTWhilo Mr. Schuyler Colfax was ad-
dressing a ttepuni man meeting at Bt. rani,
Minnesota, 'Itiot Thursday, at the theater, the
building wus discovered to boon fire under
neath the singe on which he was speaking,
sppareully in tha extreme back part of Un
building. The audience retired m good or
der, and barely bad the last person crossed
the threshold when tho flames, impelled by
Ihe wind which was blowing briskly at the
time, filled tbe whole building, and in a few
minutes nuly it was entirely deetrnyed. The
buildiug was ft light "balloon frame," with
convaa lop. Tha flro was the work of un iu-i-eudlnry.
'ntiowni' Dimmrnl, have been olaed. There
I u st ll abnit twsn:y.flvo thousand dolliiri Uo
to 1 redettuod in tho bauds of the people. The
Reoelver has oouimeuoed snit against certain
1 parties for tho reoovery of a portion of the
j s't of bank, wbioh will, when received
1 hJ lim, be applied to the payment of the notes.
Tub Cisal Bank op Cbtvuuito The book
nf the Canal fimilr of n, p.ili;rt. save the
a
.flat Tbe Lafsyctto Railroad Company offer
Gve hundred dollnrs reward fur the detention
of thetripcndiary who let fire to their bridge on
White River, oa Saturday night. They an
satlifUd tbst it was tired nialieiuatly.
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No. U ivai Kuiirtb Hu, bet. WaUiiit o Viae
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
t. H.WI.IS.
J)rs. 1IAMH.A
a. iiits.
HlilTll,
DENTISTS,
No. 3 wt Pcurih tu
DR 8.
33 N
WAKBLE,
T I &
Offloe Wo. 1S8 West fourth street,
CINCINNATI. OHIO
H. S. WIN SLOW.
i DENTIST.
i NO. 131 HYOAttOKE bTBKKT, BBbOW f lTTO,
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MISCELLANEOUS.
FALL.TRADE.
1859.
TO
MERtlliKTSJJIILLIMRS!
WE INVITH YOUR PARTICULAR At
TtiNlION t ear Urce ooUwrtea ul &Uk
andlClngant .
MILK, '
KIHKOVft, '
13 EA D-TIR R4HTti, '
VUKNCH PLIlWEnS.
H.IIUKd DKRIi K,
BfrNNKTrs,
CI.OAHH,
ULOTRS
liAfBrt. A-o ,!..
STRAW GOODS.
A !ara a-lf-tlnn from all the novelties of Ibn sen.
son. Also, tbe larguii aud meal complete a-riacn',
To he found la any Johl Ing-honse In tba AH
rMbi h wr off..r i.. i'ni . asioftl.tl.WS'
MTV KliS at KAMTKU N PKIt li. ;
W. P. DSYOU & '.B0CKW00C,
H3 AXI) 83 PEaKLTHEET,
i-pr.' n ClNi:lMiiTl. 5e
;aKcnM' TAm-i'K, utio wai.-
TB NrT-t-TltnttV, above Plxth, I. wwlitrae
io -ii pteck id C!otl:. ( isliiuT', VesitiiBP nr'l
kouIb' K'.riilsidiiK (iondn. IJm has eiuni:ed ih.Mrv
. ei ,ii'aii experien-e-l ai.u trlinie ("oio-r, whewi
w- rl.s will bear ti'-tso ony to ltls.k'11. Al'.pirm. eia
ari-.uted tn give .aiisl'aeiioo. M'p7am
I'l.VE WIXEt. BRANDIES, c
A HAI bni uu liar H '.it txlHnf.iveaTo
.10U
l-xlenrtivr aroli of fiiv.
-nerrj. 1- 11, 111 O'-riii, ui T"t. riiaojyigiiv ni a iJte
inwli. Whips, ai ,, rii o Orandiw, Jnniiilra Kuin,
lliillnnd (iia and rhr ldu.11 rs, wblrh b wprranle
dun ai dot the best qimlln . K..r sa:, a.ll,l.l Tho
tor Building, S) eaniore-.trwd. avpfii
MRS. J. A. ORT
H,
LA1)1K' AKD OEMS
FUKN.1 8 H 1 N C STOKE
o. -im Fiftb-sitre-t,
Be twra:i Elm nnd Plum, OlMHolS ATI.
V.mhs, Hair OH, PeiAiuiery, ianc) Bonpsand Nn.
tl'.i,. o-a'l kinds,
N. B. Mhlrtn, and all kluda of FurrilshlnB Goofl
Hindi- to order. au4-ru
CAMPBELL & CO..
flANl'FACTURKR8 OF BAR, SHEKT
1 fi auiI Butler Iron, Plow Slab., Uailroed ttnUtes
Ctc. Also, Auouta for the sale ol lrontou Star Kails
Warvrooma No. is Rant Saoond trret, (Incinnal (
Ohio.
All binds Iron nsit.,i yinl-:- w.
H. KINGS BURY,
r'roiiVbbor of the Cuitar and I Intf.
l.adle. and Orontlemni wlhlim In- .
Blriii- lun ouelihrr nf to aloieln- -5JV
j Sjh w-ntlon.bi lewving their acldreas at tj&gi,
i-A nil" :uupu. oior b t, n m. v. r"-l-r. lIS
Hoiia; .f.hn i;tiunh and wni. M. i'et-rs. ai.ji-
A. C. STULB,
k TLA STIC CABLE RESTAURANT AKD
Ji. WI.VK AND LAGLR BKKB 8ALUON, to.
TIM Western-row, Clnetuuatl, Ohio.
"-" My bar la at all tlmea anpptled with efaoies
LI 1'iora and (gnrs. 1 se-oarn
Gas Tixtures,
at it Li) 11 :;ed- PRirus.
Ji HAVE itK HAND THE LBOS6T
v rartety and b-at selected aMonmebt of One
Wlv'tirei In Cinclnn. I. eensirtlnf nf all that la u.w
or dsirnlilp In thOa Hxtore linn.
Vi ivarrant ererv rtrtore e.U to he canal, bofli
111 inaierlal and (Inlsh, to any Ibat I. sold 111 bleo
iny othnr market, and lu addition will gueranp j
ihem lo retain their color and rvrnuln perh-ri S"thi
,eiir. t'om lb. tluie lliey are put tip hy us.
Call, M, and examine urnlui k -MrHK.MtV
t UAR84JN
lyI-cro IU Main aind. iwir oaiti
FEONT - STREET FACTORY
ASD
! LUMBER DEPOT,
No. U7 bast Front Street, bet. Pike and BanVr-t',
1 Kouth-eide.
IB AVISO FITTb.D UP THE PREMIHBS
JI Willi tbe ruohl ImprovMt kind of niavhlii.ry, I
ini pnparrd tofnridh,st ahnrt nntlce.all kliidcut'
H.nisr and r-trambnal, larprnter and Joiner's work.
ri.h. HI I lull, boors, FiauiM anil Mnldlnipi. of all
desetlntioni. BmamlKnit I.unilwr. Wpmh-r-boHnl-
I ns S nifile-., Wdinu, i'louriiiK. Ao.,kept cotmtantis
1 on hand. Particular attention paid to planing, rip
: piiiu and scroll snwiiig. Henvy Irauilna luuiWr cab
to planed ud trued 40 feet long, aod Soluobea wlda.
Pi 1 -oos alantt to build, will Uud It to tb'-ir advau
I tm!" to nlve mea call. ' WM.JoNES,
1 'Qi'-hrn Proprietor.
j "i4siArL12l XVffc.ND bTtKEO'i'VPE
1 h'liUHDbT, B. ALLIrKiM, Dnpariuiebdent.
I p rtilag 11 arsiials ol ail klnss. les Vise strsirt.,

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