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THE PRESS.
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Important News Steamert City of Bal
timore and North American Arrived.
Tha British and French had as enoounter
with the Chinue, and both vera whipped. An
accident by eiplailon of portion of the m
ehlnery of the Qrtat Eatlern, killed a few men
and will detain teTow mftath later. France
and Bngland hare agreed to sn European Con
ference. Borne London builders have yielded
to terms of itrikori. The icort of Canada
Cricketers' inningiii85, , ;' .
Our Extra of Yesterday.
Two railroad incidents oaonrriog together,
a unfortunately they too often do, furnished
theiraple of an extra PinhtPhsss yesterday,
whioh created considerable excitement ia.Ta
rioua parts of the. city where, distributed. We
design to keep the people potted with sens at
this office. See fall particulars, this morning,
in another column. ., .', ,
Fatal Railroad Accident.
Mrs. Burns, the aged lady injured, perhaps
from being trampled ba in the ooofueron Inol
lentto the accident on the Ohio & Mississippi
Kailroad, related elsewhere, and from fright,
died at the Southgate Home at a lata hour
last night. a . ,
Melange.
Propkr Erflectioh fob Monday; Mobnixo.
On renewing oar devotion to the business of
the week, we should reason as Baoon did, that
every man is debtoi to his profession, from the
which, as"men"do, of coarse, seek to receive
countenance and profit,-ao ought they of duty
to endeavor themselves, by way of amends, to
be a help and ornament thereto.
Ciurios. Measure not .men "by gundaya,
withoat regarding what they do all the week
after. ',.',,;j(
Norwalk, Huron County, Ohio, is lit with
gas. Vinoeoneij Indiana, if preparing to follow
her eiample.,"r-,',r,J, ,".
On Thursday, the colored people of Colum
bus, at , a public; meeting, resolved to publish a
newspaper devoted to their interests.
AVhile the Chosen Friend's Lodge of Odd
fellows of Philadelphia, were at Baltimore, they
made a visit to the hall of the Sons of Malta
and participated in a collation. It is recorded
that they had a good time.
Both parties having made their . ticket, each
one believes they lave a tun thing in the pros
pect of electing their own. ' Politics Is ascionoe
which no one believes those who differ with
him to understaBd." T :
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LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Sunday Evening Dispatches.
Four Days Later from Europe.
The City of Baltimore at Cape Race.
ST. JOHNS, September 24.
t
The steamship CSVy Baltimore passed Cape
Race on Wednesday evening, famishing Liver
pool dates of Wednesday, the 14th inst.
There will probably be another postponement
of the sailing of the (heat Batten In her first
trip to Amerioa. Mr. Scott Buasell has' re
quired three weeks to fit her out ready for sea.
The English and French fleets were reported
before Fekin at the last dates.
The steamer Saxtmia arrived out on the 14th
lost. ' 'T1'1 1
The English aa -, French fleets before l'ehio
number two ship - of- the line, seven large
steamers and ten gun boats. It is believed,
however, that nearly a year must elapse before
anything decisive can be attempted, owing to
tj insufficiency ef the land forcca. - It is sup
posed that the China trade will not be inter
rupted in consequence.' -' '
[BY TELEGRAPH TO CORK.]
LIVERPOOL MARKET.
LIVERPOOL, September 14—P. M.
The sales of Cotton to day have been 6,500
bafts, including 1,000 bales to speculators and
importers. The market oloied doll. Bread
stuffs have to-day exhibited an advancing ten
dency. Wheat advancing. Corn closed steady.
Provisions closed . quiet, but prices continue
steady. Sugar steady. ...
LONDON MARKET.
LONDON, September 14.
Sugar heavy. All qualities of tea closed
at an advancing tendency.
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
LONDON, September 14.
Consols have Tanged from 95(S,95 dosing
this evening at 955-" ' " "
Additional Foreign News.
NORTH AMERICAN AT FARTHER
POINT.
Re-opening of the Chinese War.
ALLIES REPULSED—BRITISH LOSS 500
KILLED AND WOUNDED—FIVE
BRITISH GUN BOATS LOST.
The Allies Forced to Retreat.
AMERICAN MINISTER AT PEKIN.
Accident on Board the Great Eastern
FARTHER POINT, September 25.
The steamship Worth America, from Liver
pool, with date to Wednesday, the 14th in St.,
passed here to-day, on her way to Quebec The
steamers Asia and Hungarian had arrived out
The overland mail brings important news
from China, -the war with the EDglish and
French forces having been renewed. The al
lied squadron having attempted to enter Pekin
with the English and French Ambassadors, the
Chinese assembled in great strength and de
feated the attempt, marly five Hundred Brii
ish are reported killed and wonnded, and five
ef their sun-boats lost. The Allies were finally
forced to retreat. ' The American Minister, it
wae reported, had reached Pekin. "',,' r ': ..
Aa accident has ooenrred on board the
steMMsship (freer! EatUrm, which will prevent
her from starting on Jier trip to Portland for
boat three weeks." The feed pipe cuing
ia one of her funnels exploded during the trial
tripjwith terrific fores, causing the death of
five of the firemen, and wounding of others.
The damage to the fittings of the vessel are
serious, but the ship and machinery received
ae harm. '
SECOND DISPATCH.
The steamer Vanderbilt arrived at South
ampton on the 15th hist.
Tint Grkat Eastern. The explosion on
board the Great Etutern occurred on the tlth
inau, when oft Hastings, use lunnol was
loWa into, the air, tearing to pieces tho
greavl saloon and doing gront damage to Hie
heternal fittings of the vessel. Tho gliosis on
r.l had just quitted the saloon, and all
aoatclr escaped injury. The explosion
wss tremendous, but the ship resisted the
stark, the frame sustaining no injury. The
aeeident made so little difference in the
mnvotnontsof tho skip that her engines wore
not stopped till she reached Portland, hor
plnr-.e of destination. The'CoconcrVlnejieat'
on the firemen killed showed that the supply
rvf vvufju- i.i ilm lmilei-sthrouih "the water-
nice was stopped because of the 'failure of
the auxiliary pumplnR jioMferj secondly, thaW
ton in tho stand-pipe wh ich acts as a-safety.
value, was turned, apparently intentionally,
sn that the pipe was useless. The injury to
the fittings will ba ropaired at an expense of
about 5,000. During the trip the Great
Eatttrn was almost without motion, when
other vessels met with were tossing on n.
stormy see . ,
CiBKAT BWTAIX, ThO. U6W TfeforM U10VO
ment under tho auspices of Mr Oobden and
others was in Drones.
Soeof the building tirnlsof London had
yio'dei to the dfemands of tho men.
Pam-iccturs -from China. Admiral Hope
arrival on ream on toe irtn w June, ana
found the entrance barred.. An attempt was
made oa the 24th to Ibroe a passage, when sud
denly batteries supported by a force of 20,000
men wen unmasked and opened a destructive
fire. After a severe aotioa the squadron was
compelled to withdraw with the loss of the gun
boats Alarm, Zfaont and Lion, and four hundred
and sixty-four killed andl wounded. The
French had U killed out of 60. The Pleni
potentiaries had returned to Shanghai. Seven
officers were killed and seventeen wounded
among the wounded was the Admiral. Tho
details say that the mouth of the river was
raked by the fire from the newly constructed
forts, amounting to 'JO or 190 guns. At 1:30
P. Af. the signal, for action was run up, the
gun-boaci fyeiin,and Plover pushed in close
to the first barrier. The guns or the forts then
opened fire and the action became general.
The fire of the Chinese in weight and pre
cision, was such as had never before been ex
perienced. Every shot told, while those of the
British did comparatively but little damage.
The troops were ordered to land, and as the
first boats touched the shore, (he forts poured
out a perfect hnrricano of shell, balls and rock
ets, watch mowed down the men as they landed.
The ships supported them as well as possible,
hut of the 1,000 men who landed, barely 100
reached the first of the wide dltohes, situated
500 yards from the river, and only fifty reached
the third ditch. They would have made an at
tempt to scale the walls, but the ladders were
either broken by the shot or stuck in the mud;
With one of the ladders that remained, ten of
the men sprang forward, three of whom were
killed and five of the others were dangerously
wounded.
Orders were at last given to retire, and while
in retreat the men were shot down like birds,
many of the boats were swamped by the balls
and not enough remained to carry off the sur
vivors. Several boats full of wonndod men
were struck by the balls and swamped.
Russian features were distinctly visible
among the men manning the Chinese batteries.'
The Amerloans towed up several boats to the
scene of action, and afterward took a number
of men to their respective ships.
Belgium. The King of the Belgians had
gone to see the Emperor of France, it is sup
posed in reference to the difficulty between
France and Austria.
; Francb. The late ertiole -in the Peris Hon
iteur came direct from the Emperor. It is ru
mored that France and England had agreed to
an European Congrert on Italian affairs, and
if necessary, the Zurich. Plenipotentiaries will
have occasional meetings. ' '
IrAvr. The National Assembly of Parma
had voted the expulsion of the House of Bour
bon, and the annexation of Parma to Sardinia.
It is said that the King of Sardinia is disband
ing his army, but the men are furnished with
passports to Tuscany and Modem, where they
will swell the army of Central Italy...
Circassia. Sohamyl. the noted Circassian
leader, it Is said, has been made a prisoner
and sent to St, Petersburg.
Acstbia. Austria li mating great conces
sions to the Protestants.
India. Signs of disaffection continue in the
Madras Cavalry at Hyderabad1.
Avstbaiia. The Australia mails to the
middle of July hare been received. The sup
ply of gold is increasing.
EFFECT OF THE CHINA NEWS IN ENGLAND.
'
The Kngiiah and French Sccrotaros of Lega
tion to China returned home in .the mail
steamer. ' The "news, of course, created mnch
sensation, and the violation of the treaty in
such a treacherous manner, called forth loud
demands for terrible vengeance. The London
Times says: "Henceforth, negotiations must
be carried on at Pekin, whore, no one doubts,
the Europeans will soon be as much at home
and as safe as at Paris." It concludes with
the following uncomplimentasy reflections up
on tho American Embassador: "The Amer
ican Embassador, without force of arms, is said
to have been admitted at Pekin. Of course he
bad a peoaliar claim to this exceptional privi
lege, on account of the assistance given to the
Chinese Mandarines, to deprive us of the just
fruits of the late successful war. Whether this,
or some new claim of the same character, ren
dered him more admiesable than those who
bad opened the way to him, does not yet ap
pear. If the Americans can' open Pekin by
peaceful means, let them do' it; but thus far,
they seem better able to help themselves than
do anything for the world at large."
THE LATEST—FURTHER PARTICULARS
FROM CHINA.
LONDON, September 13.
The China mail has arrived, bringing com
plete accounts ef the Pehio affair, which re
sulted in the total defeat of the British forces,
with no less than five gun-boats and about a
third of the whole force engaged.
Tho mouth of the river was effectually barred
by iron stakes and boojis. This bar was raked
by the fire of the newly constructed forts on
the other side of the river, mounting ninety to
one hundred guns.
Admiral Hope's appearance in the first
instance was nnmistakably pacific, a solitary
man of-war boat carried iu his firBt message.
the Fury and two gun-boats being left outside
trie oar, wmie tne rest or toe squadron was
lying thirty miles off. The Ambassadors find
ing no proper officers to receive them, decided
to remove the bar and pass up the river. Six
or seven hours, however, were spent in vain
endeavors to effect this, and during the time
not a gun was fired from tho forts, although
tne gun-boats were at a distance of from five
to seven handred yards only and some of them
had got aground. At 1:30 P.M., the signal
for action was run up and the Opomm nnd
riovmr pushed in close up to the first barrier.
Suddenly, about 2 P. Id., the guns in the forts
opened fire and the action became general.
l ne are ot tne vmnese oota in weignt and pre
cision was such as was never before experienced
at their hands.
Is about two hours the tire of the Chinese
began to slacken and was soon afterward almost
silenced, although every shot of theirs told,
while the British gune did comparatively little
damage to the mud-walls.
At about five P. M., the signal was made for
the troops to land, and there were then no
doubts of a speedy viotory. Just as the first
boats touched the shore, the forts opened a
perfect hurricane of shell, balls and rockets,
wnicn mowed down the men as they landed.
The ships threw in as heavy a covering fire as
they possibly oould. The enemy's fire con
tinued so heavy, and the mud at the landing
being up to the knees, and sometimes to the
waist, tnatvut of one thousand men who landed,
borely one hundred reached the first of the
three wide and deep ditches, whioh, after some
five hundred yards of. wading through the
mud, presented themselves to the forts. Of the
gallant forces who got through the mud difficul
ties, scarcely twenty had been able to keep
their rifles and ammunition dry. Neverthe
less they boldly faced the ditches, and some
fifty of them, including a crowd of oflioers,
succeded in getting as far as the third ditcb.
They certainly would have made a good attempt
to scale the walls, but their ladders had cither
been broken by shot or bad stuck in the mud.
'With the one, however, which remained, ten
devoted men sprung forward, three of whom
were immediately shot dead, and five wounded
severely. - A vertical fire of arrows, as well as
a constant fusllade, was kept upon the select
bind who now crouched in the ditch, waiting,
but in vain, for reinforcements.
Interesting from San Juan Islands.
WASHINGTON, September 25.
v Colonel, lUnkln, formerly of Philadelphia,
the Register of the Land Office at Olvmpla,
Waahinaton Territory, has arrived here from
the Island of San Juan. He reports that if
tne intentions of Gorei-no Douglass had been
carried out, there would have been no collision
between the British and American forces, as
the British ships, Satellite and Plumper, had
orders from him to fire, but Admiral Bayne
opportunely arrived and superseded mm in
command of the English ships ot war, five in
numbsr The Original misunderstanding was
with the Hudson Bay Company, the interests of
which were represented by Governor Douglass
The Island of San Juan had been in the occu
pancy of the Americans for at least eighteen
months nobody seeming to question their
rights, and for a longer period had been con
sidered and treated iu all respects as beloning
to Washington Territory.
It was not until General Harney was applied
to and was informed by the Boundary Com
missioners, that our title to the Island was
clear and certain, that be dispatched troops
thither at the earnest request of the residents
who olaimed protectton from British aggression
and especially from the incursions of the
Northern Indians, who had even taken and
held possession of a light-house for three days,
and against whom, private expeditions had
been repeatedly sent to Chastise tllcffl,
Colonel Rankin says that tbopeopleof Wash
ington Territory and the Paciflo States, are
unanimous for our retention of the Island, and
such is their enthusiasm, that if the United
States troops should .be directed to vacate Jt,,
private parties in formidable numbers would
immediately occupy that important position,
and not surrender without a severe struggle,
but it is not supposed ia this city, that our
troops will be withdrawn, as this would be
considered as an admission that our title is
clearly disputable... It may not be generally
known that this Government has reoently con
firmed a bluff of land containing three thou
sand acres for a military reservation, if any
thing, even situated farther north than San
Juan Island. j
Receipts of Pike's Peak Gold.
ST. LOUIS, September 25.
The . correspondent of the Republican, at
Denver City, gives a statement of thei re
ceipts and shipments' of gold, in various
forms, by prominent business firms at Den
ver City and Auroria, which aggregates as
follows: Receipts $73,000; shipments $45,000.
The valuation of the gold is at the rate of
$17 per ounce, whioh is much below its real
value. - The gold brought to the States by
private individuals is not included in the
statement. Mr. Gregory left Denver City on
the 14th inst. for the State of Georgia with
about $25,000 in dust.
From Washington.
WASHINGTON, September 25.
Our Government, having a
full grade to Vienna, that of Austria has raised
M. Hulseman to equal rank. The latter will
coon return to Washington. "
The whole amount of the public land survey
as returned to the General Land Office during
they year ending with the present month, is
nearly 53,000 miles, or about 15,000,000 acres.
Washington Correspondence.
NEW YORK, September 24.
The New York Timei'i Washington corres
pondent's dispatch says: .. ..
The private Seorotary cf Senor Lerdo loft
New York on Tuesday as bearer of dispatches
from Senor Mata to his Government, via New
Orleans. The messenger expocts to reach New
Orleans in time for the steamer of the 21st inst.,
and arrive in Vera Cruz by the 30th of Octo
ber: will leave again on the British steamer of
the 5th inst. for Havana, and reaoh this city
by tho middle of October. Mr. McLane antici
pates leaving for Vera Cruz on the 22d of Oc
tober, unless negotiations shall be transferred
to Washington, as urged by Senbrs Lerdo and
Hata upon President Juarez in their late dis
patch to their Government. ,
. In the mean time, I have reison to believe
that the treaty will be the subject of discussion
between the parties here, not with a view to
conclude a negotiation, there being no author
ity for that as yet, but with the hope that some
plan mny he devifed by which both parties
will be satisfied without violating the rights
of either, and the treaty be signed and de
livered in time to receive proper notioe in
President Buchanan's annual message to Con
gress. Both governments feel confident that a
favorable conclusion of the negotiation will be
reaohed,
I ascertain it to he a faot that the British
Government has ordered a distinguished mili
tary commander to San Juun Island, with in
structions similar to those furnlshid Gen. Scott
by onr Government.
Both officers go out to preserve peace,' and
as their reputations are made, they can afford
to prevent a collision. ' ' " '',."
General JesBup, Ordnanoe-Master-General
of the United States Army, is lying very ill in
New York.
It is rumored that Major Cross has been ac
quitted by court-martail, but as the papers of
the case have not been transmitted to Secretary
Floyd for consideration, the rumor is a mere
surmise.
'Baron Sloeckel, the Russian Minister, now
absent in New York, has lately had a diplo
matic set-to with Secretary Cass, relative to
the traders in Russian-Amerioa, and thoir ob
jectionable monopolies. .-
New York Items.
NEW YORK, September 24.
this morning, as a party of young
men, namen W. U. Smith, Philip Fitzsimmons,
and John Cole, were passing' down Broadwsy,
they encountered another paTty, who, acoording
to their own statement, used Insulting language
toward them. They paused to see What was
the matter, wben they were severely beaten.
Smith received a violent blow on the bead,
when be drew a revolver and shot his assailant
in the abdomen, dangerously wounding him.
Last evening, Wm. II. Little, clerk in the
banking-house of Winslow, Lanier & Co., was
arrested for embezzling $3,000. The facts are
these: On the 10th instant Messrs. Winslow,
Lanier it Co. missed the above sum. The ofork
Little, was suspected, who stated that he tad
lost a package containing that amount. Some
days previous a broker had found a package of
checks, Ac, belonging to the house, which he
returned to the firm, ssyingtbathe had picked
it up In the street, Little stating that lie had
lost it from his pocket. He had arranged the
matter, it is supposed, to further his designs
to effect a deeper game. The firm accordingly
placed him under the surveillance of the police.
The officers found that be visited houses of
disreputable character, and expended money
freely. Several days passed by, when, finally,
he was observed to enter a hotel on Houston
street in company with aCalifornlan. The of
ficers followed and arrested him, and upon ex
amination $1,(100 was found on his person. He
was committed this morning for examination.
Western News.
ST. LOUIS, September 24.
A special dispatch to the RiptMii an Bay I
that the Salt Lake mall, with advices to the
2d ioit, arrived at Atohiaon yesierdaj. Col.
Sander's division of tho South Pass wagon road
has been completed, and the new road ii found
to be shorter and better than the old route.
The Indiana about the northern part of the
Territory are reported bold, and had arrayed
themselves against a small party of Captain
Walker's waeon road' expedition, bat with no
serious result. The report ot the massacre of
Captain Walker s command, received rut Call'
l'ornia, probably grew oat of this demonstra
tlon.
The Arizona correspondent of the Hcpulilitan
says that a duel between judge watts and Mr,
Otero, candidate for Congreas from New Mex
ico, had taken place nonr Mesilla. Three shots
from Colt's nary revolvers, at fifteen paces,
were exchanged, but without (fleet, when tha
parties were withdrawn by the seconds.
It is reported Uat Otero has been re-eleotod
to Congrats by J,4tl0 majority. ,
Lieutenant Mowry has been returned to Con
gress from Arizona. ,: .j
Naval.
NEW YORK, September 25.
s The .United States loop-of-war Vnvklyii
arrived nere tins evening. - v, .i ?,
Outward Bound.
NEW YORK, September 24.
The steamer Knnwroo sailed for Liverpool
hit noon to-day, with upward of $1,500,000 in
specie.
The Great Cricket Match.
MONTREAL, September 24.
The. cricket match was commenced to-day,
the Canada players at the bat.
MARRIED.
n. . vt nDfiTMMAtaaOn ttiA S2d flint.. In Cam
bridge City, lad., by the Bev. Mr. 8hockler-t the
i-Midcnce of the hride'e father, Jonn J. Simmons,
Ka., Mun Taylor, ot Haertownt lad., to Carrie
At. aimmotu.
WBtGUt-DAVlS-At ftbllHcothe. on th 18th
Inrt., by tbeKev. B. 8. Bmllh, Mr. Myrtle Wrljht to
Miss Margaret D, Davis, all of Bom County. .
- PKSOMS-WARllLBTON-At Lfbenon. ou the
17th lust.. AT Ker. V. Fermwon, Mr. Samuel E. Tar
ant to illss Rachel Varbleton.
BFILIiSI 4N BLACK Will 8eptmpr 12, M
n H Hnlllman. of Alexandria. Ky., Dr. It. B.
dplllman. of Newport, to M las eue B. Blackwell, or
Covington.
DIED.
BKNTLEY In tttdlow, Ky., oa the Ki inst,
dropsy, brought on by a raispee of the i scarlet lever.
Isabella Mary, second dnuuhtcr rf Matthew and
Mary Bently, aged 12 yean and 3 month. '
,: lnVAll-At bla residence In Scott Comrty. Ky.,
nn h 7th in.t . i vl John rtnTall. in tha 77tn rear
of hie age. Howaifor 67 years a cltlsea of Scdtt,
wmcu county ne nau ropresenrou in mo jjvKuia.u'Q,
KmMa fllHna v.riciilfl other CiTil nffiCOa iD it. U
commanded a company la tha last war with Great
iirltain ana serpen, a campaign unaer ueuoroi oi
rlon. lie was a man of integrity, and esteemed by
all who knew him. ' 'J
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A BAFS, A8T AND BFFRCTUAt OUBK, JOB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Ac.
OWTwenty.flve centi pet bottler
GEO. M. DIXON, Dmggiet, ,
an29-om Corner of Fifth end Main-strete. '
ROBERT MAKE-AIRS,
.. PAIACK GARDEN TO-NISH X. !, " '
SPECIAL 1VOTICES.
P. II. ROVEKAMP 13 A CANDI-
itaia for re-election to the ofUce of Jiutice of the
Peace.
p22tt
OHIO LODGE, NO. 1, 1.O.O.F.
Theremlareuarterlvmeetina
of tliii Lodge, for the payment of lne, '"iieitejfe
will be held on MOKDAi- EVEMNG,s PS5S
September 26, at IX o'clock. SitM
.. U.&U. A. fjiii.au,
scp26-a Per. Secretary,
KENNED VS MEDICAL DIS
OOVEBTIs acknowledged bv the most em.-
ineut pliyaiciana, aud by the most careful drurgiits
throughout the United States, to be the mostelfrctual
blood-Dnrlflerever known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent cares, thin
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Halt Kluum, Erysipelas, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are enred by a few bottles, and
th system Metered to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit direction! for thooureof ulcerated sore
legs, nuu (m imi curmpi aim ruumrjK uiron,, ib niyvii iu
the nanrrrilat with each bottle. For sole by JUH N 1.
PABK, a-nL!..K(JK81,EI-N & CO., and GKOHQli
M.DUuy t'ricejl.
epld-ay
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
,
Shooting Gallery!
flUE . PUBLIC IS ' RESPECTFULLY
JL informed that there is now a Shooting Gallery
and Saloon at No. 2ft West Fifth -street, (second
story,) between Main and Walnut-itreats. sepM-an
MONSIEUR FRANCO 1VI
AT PALACE GARDEN EVERY NIGHT.
'' Aditilaelon Only Ten CentM. ' '
Ferfamery and Toilet Articles.
OVEKY VARIETY
OP CHOICE PER
v urn.,.. , iuiii i iiucn, an., cuuBiBtinR vi
Hair 1)1 s.IIalr Ton ice. Kitravls tor the Uamltar
JLX JNJMKrtY, Toilet Articled, An.. eomristinwf
chief, I'onmdes. Bair Dyes, Colognes, 'Bay Bum,
Cosmetics, Li p Snivel, Cold Orcanis, Tooth Fowdors,
Tooth Washes, Toilet Soaps, Toilet Powders, Ac.,
rr VuiBB, ECKSTEIN ft CO., Druggists,
aepan-e ' ' Opposite the Poetofflco.
Glycerine of Arnica.
nnms remedy for bruises,
OUTS,
jo- unrns, Hcall, Kneumatie rains. Ac.
is nun
vajed. Every family should have it at hand for use
In case of accidents. Treparert Hnd for sale by
SOIBB, KOKSTEIN OO.j
scpt-c
Opposite the Foatofflce,
ConcetitratqclLey,:.
FOR MAKIK& HARD OR B0PT SOAP,
. Softening Water, Ac. The process of making
Soap with this Ley ia so easy, aud the economy so
great, (hat no homekeenor should he without It. For
sale by ,,,;. SUUUt, XOKBTKUi A OO.,
aepai-c . , Opposite the Pontoflke
Calatiria Liquorice. ,
f f CASES CALABRIA LIQUORICE,
XVF extra quality, received and for sale by
3UIRK, EUKBTI1N A OO., '
np26.c Opposite the Postofflce.
. Refined Borax.
IA BARRELS REPINED. BORAX RE-i-VF
CKlVEDandforsaleby
8CJIBE, KOKSTEIN St CO.,
sen36-o ""i1 Opposite the I'ostofllce.
Gum Shellac.
( CASES GUM . SHELLAC , RECEIVED
-9 flcdforealeby .
... StllBE, EOKRTEIN k CO.,
KopM-e v "" Opposite the Tostofnce.
1KB STAR SISTERS
' AT- M'.l - ' "
- PALACE OARDEN TO-NIGHT.
FOUND AT LAST!
Juet What the Indies, Have Loue
' Needed and Looked for In Vain.
Madame Ellis's
UTERINE ELIXIR.
THE . DISCOVERER 18 INDUCED 10
offorlthia Medlctae to the ladles, at a small
cost, within the reach of all; well-knowing that
thousands of femalea die annually, from (hs want nf
jast such s msdiciDe. and from acommendableprKle
or modesty that prev.ats them from Applying to tha
male physician for relief, which in nlna cases ont of
ten, be is tumble t aivo them, as woman has found
to ner sorrow, ins yierine rjuxir is warrantee to
enre all diseases of a Uterine Nature; of the U torus,
me iviuneys, me variea, ana me ureinra, rrulap-,
mi Uteri, Painful Menstruation, Chlorosis, Amenor
rhea, Inflammation of the Uterus, Kidneys, Ovaries,
and, in tact, a perfect cure ie gnarranteed by the use
of from two to II vn bottles of the Elixir, of any and,
all diseases of the Generative and Urinary Urgans,
male aa well as female, no matter from what cause,
or of how long standing, - ,
Price $1 per Bottle. ' '
Btmlaine It L LIS calls particular attention to the
following Card; ,.
"To run PuBLicaxD thi Lxmns ix PiBTicix.
We, the undersigned, are not In the habit of giving
onr name to Patent Uedloinea; but knowing wellth
I.ady Physician, ami the medieine called the Uterine
Kllxir. we cheerfully recommend it to all female
suffering from female Diseases of any kind; it I
purely vegetable, and In no case can do injury, we
nay to all try, and our word for it, you will And re-
nei. , , jr. u.uiitL), urnagist,
"Corner of Fifth and Bate-sfrects."
N. B. To t hal of Brieham ft Co., Mo. M Salt
Fonrlh-Htreet, Uinclnnatl; 1'. D Hill, Sniggist, oor.
ner of Fil'li and lUco-streets; and Edward Bean-
lan, prn -list.
cornor of Main and Fonrth-streeta
('..In.n.l lll.ln IT. I,. h.J t,nlu.l. . ...I ,..11
at all Hi- ii)-1 v tiie itbove places. A liberal discount
tly nun
WOri.' r? - nt to ?. D. Hllb, EDWARD SCAN.
LAN, or JU'i;ilAHJO.,wlll receive prompt at
tentlon. sop?(i-a
Pure '. deodorized Coal Oil.
PURE L20D0RIZED COAL OIL, FROM
the best msnufacturers, constantly on bund,
j.uwfliiu i;4.inn a v Druggists,
wpZlo North-eest oorner t ourth and Main-su.
..'-.' Pure Sperm Oil.,,
11URE SPERM OIL, REFINED E.
. .PRKSaLlC for Hewing Machines and other line
inacninerr, ur saie uv
aDWARD RCA1U.AN ft CO., Dmnisti."
ifpMo North-east corner fourth and Uam-iti.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DELANO,
(jossaim: aV
MLfiTDDDf
ELEGANT IlISPLAY 01' .
DRESS SILKS 11 ROBES,
Velvet Flounced Robes, .,,
FANCY AND WHITE SILK ROBES,
POR EVENING. ' -'''-'
ANTIQUE
AND
BROCADE DRESSES,
JUST RECEIVED FROM '
New York Auction Sales.
RICH DELAINE ROBES,
.. Eor ladies and Misses.
WOOI, SHAWLS,
VEILS, NUBIES
Opera Hoods..;
Cloaks and Shawls!
EmTifoidered Velvet Cloaks; !-" ,
Cloth Cloaks; Raglans; Dusters;
' '" AM)' AI!' TBI XBW STYLUS OV
's.HAIiS.;'
, PIECES OK , ';' ''
SILKS! SILKS!
At S7c. and $1 per yard.
DOMESTICS AND L1EJVS
In Ibis department we baro a. desirable stock of.
"" !-. - NEW 'GOODS, ! ..
And w orTer them to Housekeepers At uncommonly
low Prices.
Woolen Dress Goods, &c.
f JjAlN'AWD rniNTDD MICRTNOKS AND
. DELAINES; PARIS PLAIDS, VA-
LENC.IAS AND POPLINS.
MERINO UNDER-WEAR
Selling at Cost, for ladies, Gents'nnd Children. "
THIS KltW HTY1,E OV ' .' "' '
CEM HOOP SKIRTS!
.: Entirely new in style and flulnh, just recelted r
. : ; ,,,..-,. frouitliemanufaptory.,,; , r,T ...
DELAND, G0SSAGE & CUYLER,
74 West FoHrtI.-s.rcct. ,T
orrosiTB riKB's opkba-boubic. '" ' "'
vim t,aa).M w ,t Tl - ' --
Look Out For Annie Holt, ,
The tyieeii of Sonaj," ftf ' '".
rALACE GARDENONLY' ten cents.
PATENT
IMPROVEMENT
IN ;
GRATES AND
Any fltyie of Cratea eaa be Pet m React with
,. 1 mm iinprovemeni. t , f
AS THE MERITS OV THIS VAL
IIABTjE Improvement have been fnlly cslab
lished in this city and vlclniiy by over VIVE THOU
SAND who hare uned it the p"t two winter-, '
presume it Is only necessary to remind all who il
ire mnxoMvand roin'onT that the soaaoii to props ro
for winter hnsarrlvm, nnd that It wonia n wen 10
havo their GratoaroHBt birfure tho au. Hovsii-cLEAH-io
commences; the suonnr it Is done 'tli'e better.
Onr workman leave no dirt; there ia no necessity of
removing carpets or furniture. ,
Any communication throncii mnll will rwelTi
prumpt nttnntlcin, and descriptive Circulars' will ba
sent iiratis if desired,
WOr'ilrra inn v be Inlt at No. vO Weil Fifth
street, wbere t lie Patent Stove maybe seen.
11. kiah v sjij., t-reprjeiors.
OrJ. BI)AKEI)Y, Oenertjl Agent. ' ser2fia '
3 I
'
I
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
i
rpiIE. UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
M. to deliver in Cincinnati, in any nantltlea.
lilMESTONH of the best natality,
to two feet thick. We have the . ,;
11
root two laches
1) jr.i 1
Best: Limes tone Quarries
In tho West, nnd will make If to the intrf(1ef
parties using Curb-stone, Flag-stone, Cross. Walk:
and Qutter-stone.Cavaand Sills, ffltoter Table, Bange
stone, Monument Bases, fto.i towcrresponrl with us
and learn our prices. BUliKKK, UUNLaP A CO.. ,
sen24bw' Greenfield, Highland County, (Jhlo.
OLIVE OIL. AN ASSORTMENT OP
the very finest brands of this article always oa
hand, comprising ths following: Barton A Guortier'a
llordeaux Oil, and BeUiieBordoanxOll. Also, Plsg
nlol s and Biialgulnpl's, In various sWf i bottles.
. , , . ,. JOILN FICItGUBON.Urocer,
ep2l Corner Nliilb and Tlne-strwts.
"IJINEAPrLES IN
GLASS. A VERY
JS. tine article, put up by
Vnrlr In .liird anri fi ip baIa hr
Wells ft Provost, riew
JOUN JTERGUPON, OriK-er,
acp2l ' ' SJornerNlnlli and Yliie-strsets.
W hiskies.-old bourbon Irish
. . and Scotch of the very best kinds, alwsys .n
hand and fur lala hv
JOHM FERGUSON) GroceYi.
asp:' I
Corner Nintli and .Vine-streets, 1
BROTHERTON & CO.,
' tH ; ii T T ' . . " t r.
D e a lo j? 8 iri 'Exc h a n r ; ; ; : ?: ;
CINCINNATI. i... . ,
rilHE UNDERSIGNED, 61" tfls' tAf E .
-SV House of . '
GII.MORE A OTUERTON, ! : !
HMeommsnredWisfmsstfnderthaaboTa ormnan i i t 1
At Noa.T and 9 Thlrd-arreet, (Trart Ceua .
wpram J.,H. BHqTfjLERTQff. ,
NOTICE.
AIL WHO STUDY AP PE A RANCH
should get OUR NEW STYLE OF DREW'S
HAT- "'iht, dressy and brilliant ia celor-ttH "Be
flue v'tra" of the season. - . , , ,,
v J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS,
No. 14J Main-street,
OKI bOOR BXI.OW VOUsVrK.
- IsepW-aw)
ATTENTION, BUILDERS!
" .Rvil.iif!lii'!if.:r
TIIOS. V. FiRRLY & fO.
HAVE EST ABLISHBD TUB PACT
that they are sellinK lumber at their yard on
Kreemati-strcflt, next tt Olncinuati, Hamilton and
Dayton Builroad,
AT LOWER PRICES : T
than atiy other Lumber Poalerti fa lb city.
" Quick Sales "and- Small (Profits v, ,
IS THEIR MOTTO,
. - ) ' , ,
They 8iibmlt,tlie foUowJnjl list of prices:
i ' t f" ' : Ctmhifljn'm.'.'
Clear lnmbnr, all tliichneRses, 1 in. meaa $.17 30 (40 imi '
Best 1 inch Boards u'JIiu
Recond " all thicknesses , n 60 17 9i
Third " ' ' Hnanls.,.:.,......'.;...l.j-.u..v II' M : II M ''
Orub Planlt, face measure...... 22 90 3 (Hi
Hnmloca Joist, scanning ami ximDor..).' M Ml II an
Pnnlar " " 12 SO 11 (Ml
First Common" rioorluB Bbirihr..-.....j j..u M M"m a-
Pncond "
23 73 2,1 0(1
18 w ,20 no.
Third " .-
First Common weatuer jioaras
Second " " , . " ...............
Cellar Posts, 4 by .4, f feet, per hundred...
Cedar " forfeuolng, . -.. ' s .
locust " " " "
15 IIO IT 30
. 12 00 1.1 IK)
A300 WOO
, .10 00 M (W
3) 00 32 50
A further reduction of pf r cent, will be mads on
bills of $500 or more. '
. .Wo hare one of U largast and best selected stock
of, J.umber in the.pinoinnati marVet', whlcjl we offer 1
for sale at the abo?e prices.
thos:w;fakrin&co.
arrZltf-
LIVING PICTURES & TABLEAUX .1
" 'PALACE GARDEN TO-NIGHT.
1 t M'C'l jl a
MBRtUllMELIlRS! '
WE INVITBTOXJR PARTICULAR A?'.'.
TENTION to onr large collection of Wet
andltwant . 'A : .!''.'. v J. f '. 1 ,-,
MILKS, ,v.'-f ,.-.!
BIBBOfNS,
i' IIEAD-DtKSSEH. H'v
'"i't ' FRENCH FIOWBKS,,
' ' E3IBR.OI DERI ,
'' . ' ' 0 BONNET81
" 1)ACEH, fce.,oVr,
STRAW GOODS.
.:.itn! t ,,.. ..,, , ,.r .
A.iiiranselotla from all the novelties of ihaeea.
non. Also, die largeet and moat complete assortment
ef..; jsxi A'wij m, ;, ; :
To v fotind in any Jobbliiff-hom In the Vfesf. Kl
Sf which we orter to CASH AND HttOBT-TlutB .
I)0'VBSat1ASTKKN Htlt'UB.
w. 'p. ' 'biiviij' k -'BockwooD;
M8 ARID 85 l?EARt-8TREET, '' '
ijepli ' ' ' ' H MUTSkTU '.','., -i' "'''W :
i ialSSOLUTlOW-THE PARTNERSHIP
.BLr of Andrew', Wilson 4 Co., lathis day mntusJly
lliolBV-tU-wlUIrwal of Mr. A. Wilson Jr...
Irani the -firm. V. A NDKKW,
- I '-).l... ... -... . Jl.ltO'Jt), .
I - , - - - - JJO.M.fllGH. ,
The Ifiisinesswill beconllnued under tho flrni naina
of P. Andre A Co. All miiflttler' accounts of tha
iirinol Andrew, WilsTrt't do. will be mhusted by
them. .. . , a P. ANDKKW,
U A ' B.T1I1OYH, .
' Cinr'rnnatit Pepteniber 30, 1V,8.. , , , ,r scp'ilbw
WM; A. KING'S
-7
HER RON'S SEMINARY. BUIIDINB,,
Seveuth-slrfeet.betweenWalnntand Vine, (Jlrf. '
rinnati, Ohio. Evening Ulaas Commencing Monday,''
2ritls last, .Book-keeping .taught as applied to every
department of traile. Busineesand Ornamental Tea..'
manship. Call and examine specimens, sepilamt
Fall and .Winter, Boots , and Shoes.
John Ht deters-
Wo. 53. JVfal Fpm th-atreet,
HAS . NOW IN STORE ,A LARGE AND
complete Stock of Fall and Winter Boot nnd
Hhoos,. which for extent and variety Is not stirpaseod.
His work in superior to any kept in the city, and ia
iold very cheap for ctitli, ' ' y - y ' Bplfl
WESTERN
If
.-,HAS CHANGED! ITS, JLOCATipN '( jlf
NIXON'S i NE ' ETJILDING, j
. AtTACTTU! Til V '- TfGWfWTfV
RICII.1RD JiELSOHf, rriacipai;
. mw Circulars, statins terms, ean be had on annli.
cntioa sepisy
: ITIECilAICS'' -,; FAIR.'
THE UNRIVALED SMOKE-CONSUM-INQCOAIiCOOKISQTOyE.lTHK
.
AliliXGTOil,!
.....';v.,i:ix..8izE8i.,:."
UoW 'betnsf exhibited.) The largest asiorlment Of
, ainystabllshment in the Western country. .u,.
' for-sale Srtne ISventors and Uannfaetitrers
AHA MR ft- Ps?.mrftvim 1
H! -ymM-Ovkitt on iroijNDB,r, , , ,
)cw "33?ourth-atreet, near Bmltsr. "
nil" 1 11" 1 iv V
"! Pure Coal Oil. 1 i
ops-
i IK,
JTJST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, AT
Una Collar per gallun. by , ' " ' . '
J. N. Bn WKtH, Grocer;
sep22ara
.137 East Front-street. '
FROM COURT- AND'; RACE-BTRKETSi
to Western-Tow and Oliver street Oilver-strMt
lieintr the Hint street north of Liberlj-jtroet tht
yUEKNCmBBOJ'UNUSHOP. J
. sepMff -.j ! ,, Wlrf. Rt'SSBLf,.
v.'ilANI, ' BODL.CY,
lr J Y TvaytVMH fJW
wood," Working .JIacWriery.
'AND'CMCULAR SAWMILtS
trtiiyiiB and Water ta'.,ClaolaaMl)0. '
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