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Wo congratulate, tho readers o tie' Pekxy
fiiia that they are relieved from the Coxnml
ikw of portoj orer pages of political no, cot
political, bat partisan slang-whanging, svbuso,
carplDg, usbrothtrly and sectional contro
versyto get a snuff of tho nosegay of profit
abla niT(( tb.it In our little sb.eetjtb.ey oomsat
bo to the pith of the story, veil or ill-told.
Janes Mitoholl, JeffaraonvlUa,., Indiana,
Ssorotary of the Board of Colonization "in that
Jute, says that an opportunity 1s sow afforded
free colored men of that State to join a colony
in Africa. Her. John MoKay, p( Mafllibn,
iho auoosipaoied a large band- of. emigrant
iron Iodiaua to Liberia, la 18WkwU1, In the
spring, remove there with his family and sev
eral of bU kindred.
Tiue policy says nothing It doei. ' It 19 tho
polioy of merchants and business own ef Cin
cinnati to advertise as such do in. St. Louis
and other olties those who apprbciaWirhat ib
ante policy, do. '
Ker. Mr. Wright has been dolfg;wfHgj as
tie Itethodist Confere,noe, now in, session in
Cleveland, find, and being rljoo'ecl guilty of
gross immorality, the Conforen'Je', after a pro
t ranted trial, expelled the offending mlniater
fcy a vole of fifty-four to forty. .By the vote,
the immorality could have been bat little more
than half-gross. f", ''' '"'
Politeness is the shadow of eivilisation ;
Christianity is tho substance. ' !' 1 ! -' ,.
The Toronto Globe describes how Mr. Hickok
"iralks the water.'' His water-shies ara of
tin, about four foet long, and tb notion in
wlking Is similar to that made when oo snow
shoes. The securing of this star performer
would be better stook at this time, for Mr.
Bsllman, than his proposed engagement of
lilondln. When will we have Hickok walking
p aid down the Licking River or the Ohio?
Rev. T.A.Starsey, lute of St. Panl'a Church,
Albany, has received the unanimous call of
Trinity Church, Cleveland, aa successor of Rev.
Dr. Holies. ,
Politeness does mnch in business. An im
pudent olerk can do more injury in a store
tban its owner's neglect to advertise Bis goods;
aid that is a foolish emission, when the Pass?
I hiss has so large a circulation.'
Commence nest week to work out tlib prob
lem for yourself: t '
"There's too much abstract itlUing.'purposlna,
In this poor world. W talk bt aiiibsqatss,
iETniKi Br sTTias, and being used to face
Car In statistics, are inclined
To cap them Hi ih unreal remedies,
Drawn out in baste on tho other side of th slate."
Speculation is a word tbat sometimes begins
with the second letter.
To-morrow the Eloksite Friends hold, their
yearly meeting at Richmond, Indiana. ,' .-
Tact Is defined to be common sense well
trained.
Sous Pumpkin. A pumpkin weighing one
hundred and ten pounds, was on exhibition at
tbe State Fair at Lexington, Kentucky.' "
The ditfWr psrt of good temper consists In
forbearance, and accommodation to the ill
humor of others.
On to-morrow week the great yearly meeting
f the Orthodox Friends will take place at
aishmond, Indiana.
There is one force more powerful than our
"Caloric," which Is temper, one of the moat
utj aad universal agente In all human ac
tions. It Is announced that Harrison, Thompson Sc
Co., of Georgetown, Kentucky, have purchased,
for forty thousand dollars, tho Phonix Hotel,
at Lexington. The Colonel gives possession
next April. .- , ..
t . - .
If women knew their power, and wished to
exert it, they would always show sweetness of
tamper, for then they are irresistible.
To-morrow is the Fifteenth Sunday after
t snteouit.
To-day Is Ember-day Our Lady of Mercy.
Old trees In their living state ara the only
things, almost, that money can' not buy.
llonsy ens buy young trees. Such should be
liberally bought at once by the city and set
eat along our principal thoroughfares, and
being trimmed and kept in order, will be an
ornament to the streets, and a refreshing ahade
te residents and strangers within our gates.
W regret to learn that A. D. Richardson,
fcrcurly of the Cincinnati press, and latterly
eorreipondent for the Boston Journal and Cin
cinnati JVme, is now lying dangerously ill at
lort Smith, Arkansas, en rente to the Creek
latlon. ., , .
Truth will be uppermost one time or other
like ecrks, though kept down in the water. '
Bennett, of the New York Berald, proposes
thi establishment of a Printing Bureau in
'Washington City. It is we think quite a costly
! of farnhnre now. -
lelbath is defined to be the quiet bends
la lbs rlrsr cf time, whioh iedect the hues of
hatven.
The farmers ef Ohio, Kentucky, Iadiana and
Illinois will within tho next f ur months rea
lise ever thirty millions of dollars for hogs
sJeesa.
0T relations with those who serve ns are
MSMBtous for our personal ootnfortand ad
vaiOMeeat. If it shall continue to be beneath
tke u, u It has been Ntture doom that
wtU aaany still must labor for the one," it
beeoraes the muter sometimes to be blind, and
the servant sometimes deaf. It is not only
paying wages and giving commands, that con
stitutes a master of a family, but prudence,
equal behavior, with a readiness to protect and
elerlsb them, is what entitles a man to that
eharaeter In their very hearts and sentiments.
lhat was a singular forgery committed last
week, way down In Maine. Benjamin Kimball,
fcJjr,'s sharged with forging a deposition
e5tS3taj ejf deponent and magistrate by
ttfeltsatk lawyer obtained a divorce from bis
eX3BUa, ..'
lam Mordofk, the American Trogjdlan,
WO (Mikes a. Southern tour. He has an
nearly engajement at Memphis.
Whon religion i mado a science, there Is
; nothing more intricate;, whei "made a daty,
; there Is nothlngjnore easy.' In this view, on
the morrow, wlfh no" "slntV, Periaa to preach
' to you, deir reader, let your self-examination
, lend you to seek what la your duty, and be a
; new man anJ"WjiuiUi Witlonday, for working
out practically jotip jMory. of religion. Ka
than said unto P ivH, thou art the man.
! Thon art the archiirct of thy own fortune,
young man. In the wuning think of what
1 you have to do in the day, and nt night, think
i on what you have dose. The week is a lesson,
i well or illy learnt; your only review is to re
flect the light of the past on tho path of your
future.
Old Ltdici and OBWgBii. Wasiciioton.
Shortly after his eleotlon to the Presidency of
the United States, Ucneral Washington, bis
lady, and Major Jackson, his Soorctary, on
their way from the seat of government to
Mount Vernon, stopped for the night at Ches
ter, Pennsylvania. The President had scarcely
arrived and expressed a wish, not to le dis
turbed, when a message was brought tbat an
old gentleman, or.e honored with his favor
and protection, anxiously reeueuted permission J
to juy His respeots, adding that his name was
lydiek. "Let him enter, by al 1 means," said
Gob oral Washington, "he Is tb.o man, Major
Jackson, who, at the hazard of his life, en
tered New York, while in possession of the
enemy, for the purpose of distributing among
the German troops, proclamations inviting
them to our standard, and who at an after period
superintended for many yearn our baking estab
lishment with seal and diligence." As the old
tnan entered, the General, taking him kindly
by the hand, said: " My worthy friend, I am
rejoiced to seo you, and truly happy to expres
iny thanks to a man to whom I feel under
Urott obligation. You ever served your ooun
try with exemplary fidelity, and her warmest
gratitude is rlohly your due." "Hueh praise
from my beloved commander," replied Lydick,
"is high reward. I shall now go U my grave
io peace, since it has been my happiness once
nin to meet and pay my duty to your ex
cellency. I have but one regret. You ate
childless. You leave your oountry no repre
ecntfltlve of your virtues! Eat you are not as
old as Abraham, and the (gently tonching the
shoulder of Mrs. Washington) as old'na Sarah,
and through the favor of the Almighty, I hope
that a son may still be born to bless ns." The
General, with a smile, thanked him for his
good wishes, and tho old man retired, praying
thitt fruitfulness might crown the lust years of
their existence with porfoot felicity.
The Majority Rules.
Pr. DiSiRi. Dbake, of this city, obtained
the charter, and was th founder in 1819, of
tho Medical College of Ohio. The brave old
pioneer had a hard time in after years with
h !b associates when the College had grown
st rong anil popular. He spoke as he thought,
and made no deflection from what he thought
the right cnurse. The difficulties with him
and associates of the Board reached a climnx
on one occasion when there was a meeting of
the faculty, the Doctor in the chair, and two
members beside in attendance. One gentlo
man madi a motion that the presiding officer
be expelled; the other seconded it. Pr.
PrKK, as in duty bound, put it, nnd, of
course, it carried; after which he left the
chair, made his bow and retired. Ho soon
established another modic.nl institution in
this city ia the Cincinnati College Building.
U. S. Secretary of Foreign Affairs.
By tho proceedings of the first Congress of
the United States, it appears that tho Senate
ordered frequently, by resolution, tho attend
ance, during their executive session, of the
Seorotary of Foreign Affairs, and instructing
him to bring necessary papers on subjects de
signated. Now, the Departments furnish suoh
Information by reports. Buxton, speaking of
the disuse of the practice, says tho early Sena
tors surviving in his time, lamented the change,
believing the old way to be the best of getting
the information tbat was wanted, nnd also the
bost security against the appointment of in
competent Secretaries.
The Close of the Week.
When Saturday evening's bolls ring, the
wearlod laborer's task in his regular occu
pation Is intermitted for at least one day's
rest. When his chores are done up, and a
night's repose is enjoyed, why should not an
Independent, well-washed, cleanly-clad me
chanic, or day-laborer, have a Subbath of self
improvement, a Sabbath of rational relaxation
in that orderly way which annoys not bis
neighbor, but makes the participator a sew
man In social fellowship, and in the inspiring
conviction that he lives for a higher purpose
than mere self-interest.
Another Park Proposition.
A.N. Riddlx & Bbotbibs have made a
written proposition to the City Council, to sell
to the city, for park and reservoir purposes,
at $1,000 per acre, seventy acres of the Riddle
property, on the hill-side abovo the Brighton
House, being on Bates and Strait-streets, five
hundred feet on Clifton-avenue and Marshal
avenue. The payment, if negotiated, Is to be
made prior to December, in city six per cent,
bonds. The eubject is now in the bands of the
Committee on Public Buildings and Public
Grounds for examination and report.
The English and American Cricket
Match.
The first match the eleven English crick
eters ploy on thissideof the water,we suppocc,
took place yesterday, with twenty-two Cana
dians at Montreal, Canada. The railroad ex
cursion trains were crowded with persons
from various portions of Canada and severnl
places in the United States. The English
plajers Lad arrived at Montreal in good
health and spirits.
The Money Paid to the City Marshal
Mr. Kirrstkd, of the City Counoil, has
brought before the City Counoil tho iniiuirys
"What is done with the money paid Into the
Police Court for fines and eosrs, and what
amount has been paid, and by what authority,
to any person serving in said conrtr" The in
quiry Li to be answered next Wednesday evening.
Good Pdhnino. Lathrop says when he
wentoa the steamer to California they kept
the ohiokens in the higbwny, the beef in tho
bulwarks near tho steerage, and when they
Exchange.
A Remarkable and Affecting Incident.
The Belfast (Mc.) Anjui notes an affecting
case of filial devotion. Mr. Nash, the keeper
of Orutid Point Light, capsized his skill', ou
the 4th hist., and was thrown out. - His
wife, and little son Klisha, eged two years,
haitooicd to his relief from their dwcllinp;, a
few yards from tho shore. Mrs. N., finding
it i m possiblo to render her husband any succor
told her child to "remain on tho shore whilo
she hastened to call some of the neighbors."
Du ring hor brief absence, Mr. Noah, by strug
gling hard to maintain his position, had well
nigh exhausted himself, and while clinging
to tho side of tho skiff it again turned over,
nnd he thereby lost his hold. Bidding his
child farewell, ho sank beneath the waves,
with tho belief that ho should never rise
alive. But to his joy, as he sunk he caught
hold of tho rope with which tho boat was
moored, and by this means drew himself up
and get on board. Upon looking Tor his
child no found he had disappeared. Tho lit
tlo fellow, thinking to render his father the
essential aid, betook himself to tbo water as
ho biw him sink and waded out es far as he
could and then reached forth his hands
towiirds his father. The strong tide bore tho
littlo fellow bevoud his depth and in tho
quiet of death ho relinquished his hold On
life. When tlio neighbors arrived they found
Mr. Nash in the boat, quite exhausted, and
the body of his devoted child floating near
the beach.
Our informant, who sow the corpse of tho
boy soon after it was recovered, says that its
tiny hands wero still outstretched and tho
eye wido open, as if still anxiously looking
in the direction of his father. As tho foud
and heart-stricken pnrents bent ever the
chcrub-lifo form of tho darling one, as it was
arranged for burial, many oyes, like theirs,
wore suffused with tears because of tho pa
thetic tale connected with his death.
Unfortunate Occurrence—A Young
Lady Burnt to Death.
Tuo Norwalk Reflector relates the particu
lars of tho terrible death ofBatscy Saunders,
a young lady fifteen years old, daughter of
John Saunders, of I'eru, Huron County.
Wednesdny last, while engaged in ironing
clothes, her garments caught firo in some
manner; it is supposed from the stovo. Her
step-mother, who first saw it, apprised her of
the fact. She immediately seemed to have
loat all presence of mind, and started for the
door : upon being told not to go into tho air
she changed her courso and rushed wildly
pasr her mother and outatan open door,ruu
ning down a lane und out into tho highway.
When about fifteen rods from tho house she
changed her course and returned to the houso,
her cutiro per3on all the while euvoloped in
flumes sometimes reaching six feet above
hi-r head. Her garments were all cotton, in
cluding a thickly padded skirt, all of which
burnt furiously until the wholo wore con
sumed. So great was the heat that before
her clothing was entirely cou3umed, the skin
and flesh upon her limbs, arms, and portions
of her b"dy, cleaved off and helped the
fliiines that enveloped her.
All necessary assistance wa immediately
procured, and every attention that could alle
viate her great suffering promptly adminis
tered. But it was evident to every beholder
tbat her first remark to her mother whensho
returned to her, was too true " I am burnt
to death." She lingered about fifteen hours,
though only a part of tho time in extreme
ngouv.
National Association op Railroad Es
fiiKtKKS Tho following are the officers of the
National Association of Engineers for the en
suing year : President R.A1. Smith, of Pitts
burg, Ft. Wayno and Chicago Railroad; Vioe
President m. iranklm, vl the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad; Secretary Charles Fellows,
of the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad; Cor
responding Secretary John T. Sheppard, of
the Baltimore, and Ohio Railroad; Treasurer
William W. Wills, of the Pennsylvania Central
Railroad; Finance Committee Charles W.
Burger, Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chioago
Railroad; C. R. Church, aleo of the Pittsburg,
Fort Wayno and Chioago Railroad. Tho object
of the association is to obtain such legislative
enactments in the different States as may be
necessary to insure a high standard of qualifi
cations in applicants for the position ot rail
road engineer. This has already been seoured
in relation to pilots and engineers on riyor and
ocean steamers, and the same necessity exists
for the enforcement of strict regulations in
regard to land carriage.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
From Washington.
WASHINGTON, September 23.
The health of the Seoretary of War is repre
sented as improving, at Old Point Comfort.
The receipts into the Treasury last week
amount to $tJ35,00O ; tho dralts issued to $1,
158,000, and the amount subject to draft, $4,
40.1,000. The President will nextwoek resume his res
idence at the White House.
All the documents ordered by tho last Con
gress, with the exception of the mechanical
part of tho Patont Office Report, have been
printed.
Senator Biglor's recent visit horo was with
roforcnoe to the affairs cf hit brother, who is
Minister to Chili.
In the event of a collision between tbo
United States and Great Britain, growing out
of the San Juan affair, G en. Harney can put
the Government in possession of the fact in
fifteen days, by an express from Vanoouver to
S.vlt Lake City, and from theses to Leaven
worth, K. T.
This time may soani ineredibio, but thore is
no doubt that it can and will be accomplished
in ca?o of collision.
Tho committee from Portland, Me., arrivod
here yesterday, for the purpoeo of inviting the
President and Cabinet to attend tho celebra
tion of the arrival of tho steamship Great
Eautcrn, The President informod the oominit
toe thut it would be impossible for him to accept
their invitation. The pressing engagements
of the Cabinet also render it impossible for
them to accept.
Jefferson Davis hus arrivedbero. His health
is much improved.
Perry McD. Collins, Consular Agent at the
Aaioor River, Asiatic Russia, has arrived lu
this city and expects to soil in tbe course of a
few days on bid return thither by way of St.
Petersburg. It appears from his statement
inac Amenoan commerce st the Aaioor is
steadily inoroasiug, several ships having sailed
from the United Statos this year to partioipsto
In its rich trade. They have taken out as
sorted cargoes of merchandise, Including cotton
goods, wines, liquor-; fhipj' stores and ohaa
dlery, all kindsof ba.-dwaro, machinery, steam,
engi.ioj, io. There are now In the waters of
tho Amoor five stcsuiers built in this country.
A Russian officor, Captain DavandorfT, ut
present in New York, is superintending the
ooi.nruotion of steam-engines and machinery
to be plaeed In gun-boafs, to be oonstruoiodon
the Amoor, which Is navigable for stuumbnats
at least two thousaud five handred miles. Tho
climate Is imilar to noith-wost Canada, and
the agricultural prodtiatB about the nama.
Tho principal value of the country, as yot
developed, is for its furs and wines, but when
steam navigation shall be fully established,
the trado will be immensely increased in
other productions, and Liberia and Tartnry
will add their treasures to those of the Amoor
oountry. From Moscow to the head of the
Amoor, a distunce of four thousand miles,
there are upward of five hundrod oities,
towns and villages. Tho Amoor Company
this year lent to tha Amoor River tbruo
er four vessels with full cargoes, together
with iron steamers to initiato thoir pro
joctn, namely, to unite the month of tho
Amnor with Liberia by a regular lino of
stam packets. The recont ukase of the Em
peror of Russia permitting Liberion exiles to
emigrate to tho Amoor, is with & view of set
tling tho shore of that river and devoloping
tho resources of the countrv. The const.,.
lion of railroads Is contemplated, and also
lines of ti'lenraoh, conncctin? with Mfpnv
and other disttmt points.
All these movements or the Riusisn Gov.
I eminent are regarded with great interest, as
they cannot fail to open to American com-
nierce a valuable market to many of our
manufactures. '
Considering our diversified interest, includ
ing those of whaling on tho North Pacific
and contiguous to Siberia and the Amoor, the
opinion, prevails that wo should have a Con
sul General instead of a Consular officer of
comparatively an insignificant grade with tin
insufficient salary.
New York Stock Market.
NEW YORK, September 23.
The Stock Market has a much firmer tone,
and business is on a larger scale, at an Im
provement in most descriptions. The strength
of the market Is more noticeable in New York
Central, whioh is in spirited demand at a rise
of 'X per cent, on yesterday's prices. The
dosing sales are at 81o., whioh is rather
lower than the opening quotations. The
transactions in Western railroad stocks, with
the exoeption of Galena, wore to a moderate ex
tent only at previous prices. Illinois Central and
Michigan Central were the firmest of the
Western list, each advancing Pa
oiQo Mail oontinues to attract considerable at
tention. The stock this morning opened at
70c, and gradually rose to 7vo. at the close.
Beading was firm at yesterday's prices. Har
lem, (old) Erie and Michigan Southern, (com
mon) were negleoted at a reduction.
Bank Stocks were In goo I demand at full
prices. The offerings are light. Tbe entire
list of railroad bonds and State Stooks shows
great uniformity in prices for the bettor de
scriptions. In some instances, higher prices
are paid. Virginia Sixes rose j. The mar
ket oloses dull at a slight reduotion from
Board prices, and there is little stock pressing
for tale.
There is more stir in the money market to
day in consequence of the shipping of loans,
occasioned ia part by preparations for the
heavy shipment cf speoie by the steamers to
morrow. The supply of capital seeking employ
ment at 6 per oent. is, however, large, and no
striugeuoy is experienced in any quarter.
In tbe discount market there is no noticeable
change. Prime paper maturing this side of
January is easily placed at 66s;,and beyond
the inside of Muroh at 7 per cent.
'in e iiixchango tor tbe Ocean Qucm't mail
to-morrow is moderately active at 1I0J on
London. Soma ef the drawers have raised
their rate to 110110), 1 ut this is above
tbe market. Tbe ei 11 mate of the export of
bullion to-morrow ranges from two to two and
a half millions. Tho actual engagements thus
far are $1,800,000.
The Freshet East.
MAUCH CHUNK, PA., September 23.
Rain has liiileu Bteadily during the whole
week, and tho Lehitrh River
fcut. Tbo creek runnincr thrnnirli tha tarn
has ovorllowed and tbo Atreeta are covered
with water VArvintr in Hflntk fr.int
to three feet. Almost all tho cellars are full
of water nnd tho residents are conatructinff
The inhabitants have been nt work Bight
and day to provide for the safety of their
property. It is impossible to estimute the
amount of damago done. To move about the
town it is necessary to do so in boats or take
to the hills.
EASTON, PENN., September 23.
The Lehigh and Delaware are both rising
rapidly. A serious break in the Delaware
Canal at Yardlyville is reported, forty feet of
the embankment beiag washed away.
EASTON, September 23.
The damage to tho East Pennsylvania and
Lehigh Valley Railroad has been repaired,
and the trains are running regularly.
Later from Pike's Peak.
ST. LOUIS, September 23.
Tho Denver City Express, with dates to the
15th inst., reached Leavenworth to-day, bring
ing $32,01)0 in dust, being the largost single
shipment yot roceived.
Tbe returns from eleven mining distriota
give a majority of 1,(100 against a State Con
stitution. A vigilanoe oommittee had been organized
in consequence of the frequenoy of depredations
upon property.
Three thieves had already been banished,
LEAVENWORTH, September 23.
proposition for a State organization of
the Pike's Peak country has been defeated.
The mines are yielding more abundantly on
account of tho increased quantity of water.
The Bayou Salado mines were realizing from
one ounce to $150 per day.
Fatal Accident.
ZANESVILLE, September 23.
on the Cincinnati,
Wilmington and Zanesvllle llatlroad, was
killed last night by being knocked off tho top
of a car while passing under a bridge. He
was first missed from the train at Koseville,
and his body was found in the creek at Ander
son's bridge, eight miles from here. Ho re
sided at Wortbtngton, Ohio.
Southern Pacific Railroad.
NEW ORLEANS, September 23.
Advices from Marshall, Texas, report that
President Fowlkes, of the PaoiOo Railroad, has
made a final acttlemont with thenewoompany,
and the creditors have obtained full possession
of the road. The work will be recommenced
immediately.
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The Great Cricket Match.
NEW YORK, September 20.
The great cricket match which was to take
plaoe hero between "All England" and the
American erlcketers, has been postponed till
October 3, and the play at Philadelphia till
the 10th of the samo month.
Murdered.
MANCHESTER, September 23.
Bridget Riley, who for some years has been
employed in the faotories here, was found mur
dered this morning In the lower part of tbe
city. The body was shookingly mangled.
The occupants of the promises are Sootch and
Irish, but denied all knowledge of tbe tragedy.
River News.
PITTSBURG, September 23—P. M.
River 5 fpet 6 inches and about stationary,
Weather clear.
LOUISVILLE, September 23—P. M.
River falling with 6 feet I inches in the
Canal, tmd 4 feet A inches on the Falls.
Report Contradicted.
DAYTON, September 23.
report ia the Cinoinnatl Evening Timet
in rogiud to the attempted sniclde of Charles
M. Steele, news agent, is false. Mr. Steele
has been in Dayton all day, and in his neuul
health and spirits.
Arrival of the English Cricketers.
MONTREAL, C. E., September 23.
The English cricketers hava arrivod here,
and tiro in fine condition and ready to play
immediately.
Outward Bound.
SACKVILLE, September 23.
Tho steomer Evropn, from Boston, arrived at
Halifax at noon to-day, and sailed shortly
after for Liverpool.
Non-Arrival of the Baltic.
SACKVILLE, September 20.
The steamer Iialtie, now due with Liverpool
advices to the 10th lost., had not arrived at
Halifax this evening.
Sailing of a Steamer.
BOSTON, September, 23.
steamship Juton sailed from St.
Johns on Wednesday evening, for Oalway.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A SAm, A8T AND SFFECTUAL CtTM, OB '
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Ar,
"Twnntr-rlve o-nts per Boltle.Tfa
GEO. M. MXON, Dnuralst,
auSU-cn Corner of rittb and Ualu-atreeti.
DIED.
i
KLI.SWORTH-On the rli inrt., nt Hudson, Bmn
mit County, Ohio, Mrs. Ellzulietti Ellsworth, egctl
7d. At 1 ho name place, od tbe i-l'U hint., her hn
Uui' 1), Mr. KIIoIih KIlHWorth, atwl 73. Their golden
w.Mlna wan o lobr itril Inst TlinnksglTiiiK day.
OL'K.'ALT-On Tueular morntnir. Sept. i'rt, Rich
ard, infant aon of Peter and Ituth M.Uutcalt, used
live irmnttiM.
BKNTLEY-In I.iidlov, Kjr., 00 tb 22d lint., of
droiwy, brought 011 hjr a relnp.n of the scarlet fever.
Iialiella Mary, second dauahtor of Matthew and
Miuy lion 1 loy, agod tnnhe yoainaod three montlu.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
pif P. II. ROWEKAMP IS A CANDI
'ot for ro-i-U-.-tioii to the office of Justice of the
sopm
BsS TUH OPENING KEKVICE3
tPIiiir of the Fifth Prenlijtcriau Church, In thalr
new noiiBu uf worship, on the oorner of Clark and
Jl'& streets, will tiike place nt Io o'clock A.M.,
SABBATH, Si pt. . Dlscoiirne brthn Jlov. tjtuart
Boljinflon, I). 11 , of Louisville, Ky.
Very large repairs hnve been put upnri Die house,
and a collection will be tnkon ut euch wrvioe dnrlog
the day, to Ijo uppliod toward tho expense of these
improvements.
Dr. Itoblusou will also preach at 3 P. M., and at H
TheHeatsaronllfreo for that day, and the pnblic
generally nro invited to attend. v pji H
RELIGIOUS NOTICE.
CL ProfoMc-rM. P QADDIS will preach at the
Sixtii-Htreet Methodist Protestant Church, kotween
3c its free.
Jin., jinn iine-sireuio, . at 10 0 clock to-morr
i'p2-l-
3r'Tl,E KEV- J- WILSON WILL
s; prench in the Flint Reformed Presbyterian
WV'ii'i Ooro-Btreot, between IUce and Kim,
TO-MORROW, the 20th, at 11 o'clock A. JI., and 8
I'. M. beats free. sepa-a
KENNED'S MEDICAL Ills.
CO VKK V Ih urkmitrlMlffnrl hu tk. mn. M
liu-iii physicians, and by the munt careful dni'.olsts
tliroiiKliout the United Htates, to twthe mnt eir.-ctilal
blond-pun flur ever known, nud to have relieved mora
nnoring, ud effeclud mori. permanent cures, thu
any preparation known to tlie profession. Scrofula,
Salt Ithemii, Erysipelas, Scald-head, sciily ornptluns
of whutKoever niitnrn, are cured by 11 fow buttles, ami
tlie symeni restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit dirrclons for theenreof ulcerated a. ire
Ipks, and other enrrupt and runnltiB ulcers, is (riven in
,,.".M.pi'",p2l.,.''.t.l"!,H,.';h h""le- For sale by J OHM I.
lxAi6;I,MiKST,ilN 4 w-
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A. CARD.
WOOD'S THEATER.
Mr. James Anderson,
nnirB celebrated tragedian,
- will make hi; first sppearanco here, since hli
s;ptUbi",la1,'f0rn'8' B M0NI)A,r VKSIfcO,
Mr. Anderson's engagement Is for a limited nnm
M" ?'"s consequently AO t'LAV CAM BB RE-
8ep2ia
mum),
CUYlEIt,
PIECES OP
RICH DRESS SILKS!
At 81 c. and SI per yard.
Fancy Dress Robes!
ELEGANT SIIiK ROBES,
1HATII1LDB DULAINK ROBB3,
PRINTED FOULARD SILK ROBEH,
MISSES' DELAINE ROIiEg, &o.
FLANNELS, BLANKETS, &c.
BUST MAKB OF ENGLISH WOOl FLiMNElS
AUD I3LASKKT3 YEKY IOW,
Sheetings, Towels, Linens, &c.
ALL OP Ol'It FALL AND WINTER
HOSIERY AND UNDERVESTS,
For Ladies, Genu and Children,
AT
Bargains! Bargains!!
THE MOST DESIItABLK
HOOP SKIRTS
NOW WOBN, IN GREAT VAltllTT.
Laces and Embroideries,
Belccted expressly for our Befall Trado. Folntand
1 1 pnllque Lane Sits, Collars and Hets, Lace Tails,
Ac. Beautiful variety of French Embroideries.
D ELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
74 West FojiriJu-Mreet.
OPPOSITK PIKE'S tU'EIIA-HOUBB.
)1'JII-T)TIiShI j
WEST FOURTH-STKEET
OLIVE OIL AN ASSORTMENT OP
Uieverr lincat brawls of thi article nlivava on
hnnij, coniiiriiluK th.. t llowlng: Itariun Adunrtior's
B'iPlemw Oil, mi'l B..lun Rnrrieaux Oil. AIko, Plug,
ninl's and Ditci3itlupi'n. In vurii n nittil bottles.
MIS IfEUGUMiN.Grocur,
'"'P?4 Corner Nmih anil Vlne-triwt,
1 PINEAPPLES IN CLASS. A VJ5KY
duo uniclo, piir np hr Wells A Provost, Now
Yurk, iu storuauil Cranio by
JOHN I'F.ItGC ON, Grncnr.
f rt 'lonior Ninth and Vliin-tri!ft.
WniSKIK3.-OLD BOUBTIO.V, IRISH
ani Sir.nteli of tho very host himls, alwaya 111
hanilanil for sain by
JOIIS FEItf; U.HON, Oromr,
'p2t (tumor NI11H1 and Vlnt-sironta,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
OMHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
1 ..,t0 df'Lvcr, Cincinnati, in any irantltln,
LIMESl'ONEof thn bBHt iimlity, from two inches
tu two feot Illicit . Wciiaratho
R;t limestone Quarriv
In the West, nn-1 will make It to tho intwt of
parties lining Curb. mono, Flag-stone (r..si. Walk
and Itutter atone, Cnpmindflille, r'aterTuble, Range
to). i', Monument llanoa, c, tocnrrenpond with us
and learn our priens. HUKK R, DUN LAP A 00.,
!!' P"h" GrccnHelil, Highland County, Ohio.
Pure Deodorized Coal Oil.
piURE DEODORIZED COAL OIL, FROM
m. in pent manniaciuriini, cnnetantiy on Hand,
KDWA Ill BdaN'LaN A CO., Driiguliita,
f pfto North-cam corner Fourth and Meln-ats.
Pure Sperm Oil.
IJIIIRE SPERM OIL, REFINED EX-
PIHCS3LY for Rewiuf Machines and utfaer Una
machinery, for sale bv
KDWAUD HOANLAN A CO., Dnitftta,
iep"it ort-l corner JfourUuBiLMtin""t- - ,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
f.
BROTHERTON & CO.,
ABD .
Dealers in Exchange,
CINCINNATI.
rjlHB UNDERSIGNED, OF THE LATE
M. Home of . , .......
GILMORE & BROTHERTOIC,
Ilaa commenced bnslnoHs tinder the above firm nam
At Mo. 7 and 9 Tlilrii-ntreet, (Trass Com -'
. . . pony Buildinsr.)
np7am J. H. BROTHERTON.
NOTICE.
ALL WHO STUDY APPEARANCE
should get OCR NEW STYLE OtT DREliS
HAT-light, dressy and brilliant in eolor-the'Ho
Plus Ultra" of the season.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS,
No. 149 Main-street.
ORB DOOR BBI.OW FODBTH,
IsepJS-avf)
ATTENTION, BUILDERS!
THOS. . F.IRRIX & tO.
ffAVE E3TABLISHKD THE FACT
that Ihoy are nclliiig lumbar at thoir yard 00
Er.onaiiaK;i1uextto ". n'
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any oilier Luiubor Ooslers in tht city.
"Quick Sales and Small Profits"
. IB THEIR MOTTO.
They 'submit (he following lint of prions!
... v.-....., , , . muu riunK.... z ou 311 on
11 IO
17 Ml
13 HI
25 OH
l!t Ml
Thi d " Board Z...Z II 60
Grub Plank, facn menmre 50
..,i aoi,otttnuing ana Timber.... II 60
",'11 1 " ,
Flrnt (tommon Flooring Boards...... . "
Second 11
Tnird ' 1.
First Common Weather Boards".'.'.'.'.'.".'.;
1 MM 11 no
sv co :rr so
23 7 !il 0D
IH AO 20 OU'
ia (m it m
(d,ir Posts, by 4, R feet, per hSrod"" 6ft i fl 00
Locust " ' .t a, i, M,
.... W I0 13 IIO
A furthor ndnotion of 2 per cent.' will be made n '
bills of $500 or more. , ,
We bavo one or the largeatand bait setorted stock
of Lurabfr la theCinolnnatl market, which ws offer
for sale at the above prices.
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.
peptf
FALL TRAD E.
1859.
-T0-
TB INVITE TOUR PARTICULAR AT
aTdEleLEt!iTIOi' ' ,Ur law B
SILKS,
It IB BONN,
IIKAD-DRB-iSEH,
FRKNCH IL()VVKK, '
E.MIJUO I!RIK!,
BONNETS,
CLOAKS,
ULOVRK,
LAUfi8,Asa.,Xo.
STRAV GOODS.
A loxee Behwtlon from nil the ncrfeltles or the sea
son. Also, the largest and most complete assortment
r '
W. T. DET0U & R0CKW00D,
83 AND 865 PEARL-STREET,
sop!2 Ol.iiJlMNATI. bw
DISSOLUTIOSI-THK PARTNERSHIP
or Andrew, Wilson A Co., In thisdnr mninnlli.
irora the Arm. P. ANflBKW,
A. WILSi m, Js
OKO. M. HIGH.
The bnsini-ss will hecontinuedunderthe firm name
of P. Andrew A Co All unsettled accounts of tb
firm of Andrew, W ikon A Co. will be adjusted br
them. P. ANDBhW,
It- LLOYD,
UEO. M. HIOH
Cincinnati, September 20, 18M. sepllbw
WM. A. KING'S
onunereial School
HERRON'S SEMINARY BUILDING,
Seventh-street, between Walnut and Vine, Cin
cinnati. (Ihto. Kvphlnir f!li,H. rnn,ii,Annlt,.r Mnn.u
li'-lli iuHt. Ilook-kepiii2 taught as appll-d to every
department ui traxie. buaiiieaeand Ornamental Pen
manship. Call and examine specimens. sep2Iamt
Fall and Winter Boots and Shoes.
JOHN H. DETERS,
. No. S3 West Fourth-street,
HAS NOW IN STORE A LARGE ANT
complete Htock of Fall and Winter Boots and i j
rthoet, winch tor extent and variety ia not eurp.seed.
Ilia work is superior to any kept in the city, and fa
sold very chi-ap for cah sepll .
WESTERN
Vommerclal College
HAS CHANGED ITS LOCATION
TO '.,.'"' '
NIXON'S NEW ' BUILDING,
: OPPOSITE THE P0STOFFICB,
RICnARD NELSON; Principal.'
9" Circulars, stating terms, aan be had on appll
ai'os. seySay
MECHANICS' ' FAIR. V
THE UNRrVALED BM0KB-CON3DM-.
ISa COAL CO0KLNQ STOYB, TUS
ALLIGATOR,
SIX 8IZE3,
Now being ethlblted. ' The largeit aoortmnt of
anyentablishment in the Western conntry.
For sale by the Inventors and Hanufacturem,
ADAMS & PECKOVER,
MOVELTT IROK FO0NDEBT. '
gfo-iw ; : , am ronrth-street, near Smttj
1 Pure Coal Oil.
fl'ST RECEIVED AND tfOR SALE, AT
line uuiiar jn.r tfauon oy
- . i . 1 J- P WKfKT, Grocer, ,
Si'pa2ani ,M7 gnst yropt-atreel, '
removal: 1:
IilROil. COURT AND ; RACE STREETS
. to Western-rew and Oliver stroet-Ollver-etreet
bi'lns ' the first street north of Liberty-street tbe
O.UKKN Cli'Y 8UOE1NO 8BOP.
: s..a;ft 1 1 . WM. KDgHBLLi
LANE . BOD LEY,
Mi.KtrrAOTDBIBB or ' .:
Wood-Working Machinery,
AND CIFCULAR SAW MILLS, '
Corner John aaal Water lsH ClKelnaatl.O.'
ap'i-iy
IX CENTS WILL PAY FORTH C
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
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