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THE PRESS.
AIDTW.yRANCISCO. . JOHN P. CALDWELL.
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TWe return thauki to the Ada ma Ex
press for lata Western paper. Favor thus,
rondtred are appreciated.
The English and French Marine Repulsed
in China.
On the 15th of June, Hon. Frederick Bruce,
the first British Minister to Peldn, (if he ever
gets there,) loft Shanghai for the P&iho River
A fleet of nineteen vessels tinder command
of Admiral Hope, had preceded the three
Embassadors, Hon. Mr. Bruce, of England;
M. D Bourbonlou, of France; and Mr.
"Ward, of the United States. Tho Admiral
had Her Maiestv's ship Fan, "with three
hundred marines, and the Atriti'anc, with
numerous gun-boats, to force a passage, if
seoessary, up the river. Yesterd ay morn
ing's dispatches gave the sorry recital of th
issue of the attempt. The Amerio an Minis
ter, it appears, had the proper paM , and was
allowed to proceed unmolested to tl le capital;
hut the fate of the British officer and men,
inoluding the Admiral, who was seriously
wounded, was tragic. The onset was more
like slaughter than attack.
The English and French Governments are
to carry the war into China. There are now
on the coast near the river Feiho, the British
hip-of-war Fury, frigate Cambria.il, brig
Bittern, steamers Corromandel and Adven
ture; also gun-boats Cloron, Bustard, Drake,.
Form, leven, Slaney, Staunch, Watchful,.
Woodcock, Ahum and Tagus; French steam
ers Giroude and Rose, and frigate Capricicuse;
also Amorican frigate Cermantown, schooner
Fcnnimora Cooper and ship-of-war Tow
hattan. The Fihlo, or North Hirer, runs from Fekin
to the Gulf of Ps-ehe-Ie, and is navigable for
boats to within twenty miles of Fekin and
eonimunioates by the Grand Canal, with the
Hang Ilo River. It experiences a tidal flow
at hundred miles inland.
Latest from California and Oregon.
We are indebted to the United States Ex
press for California files up to September 1.
The Portland (Oregon) Ntwt of the 20th
nit., reports a rumor that Captain Wallcn'a
command of dragoons and infantry, one hun
dred and forty well-armed and equiped men,
had been massacred by the Snake Indians,
at Warm Springs. Mt. Hood, Oregon, is in a
state o eruption.
Frog and butterflies in great quantities
are swaiming in tho country east of the
Clockamas and Willamette phenomena at
tracting the attention of sooth-saycrs and be
lievers in signs.
We find the following announcements in
the San Franc-iBco journals:
JIabrikd. la this city, at tho residence of
W. C. Ralfton, Esq., by the Right Rev.
Bishop Kip, Rudolph C. lawler, of this city,
to Miss Annetto M. Price, daughter of I)r.
fu. Price, of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Died. In this city, August 30, after a long
and painful illness, Mrs. Catherine Donehuo,
nged 55 years.
In this city, August 28, of consumption,
Mr. J. Stamper Vanover, (printer) of Louis
ville, Ky., aged 28 years and 6 months.
Bayard Taylor and his lady were hospitably
reeoived. The traveler found miraculous im
provements around him since bis last visit in
1849. His leoturswaion "Arabia," at the
American Theater.
C. X. Jessup had been ordered to join the
command of Major Armitead, In the Mojave
country,
A large funeral escorted the remains of Mrs.
Harriet Booth, wife of the tragedian, to Lono
Mountain Cemetery. Nearly every member of
the dramatic profession in the city attended.
The time of the overland mail stage to that
city from Memphis was less than twenty-two
dBys. , -
New diggings, very rich, have been discov
ered near Bailor's Diggings.
Alexander S.. Hamilton, formerly of the
banking-house ef Burgoyne & Co., San Fran
cisco, was found dead in his bed, from heart
disease.
JesBe Wells, County Treasurer of Humboldt,
is reported as a defaulter in the sum of $14,
000. It ia presumed that he left theoountry in
one of tho steamers cf the 20th for the east.
Cincinnati as a Business Mart.
The solidity and actuality of the basis of
business in Cincinnati has been tested, and
our city is Vnewn as reliable. The mer
chants of Cincinnati are no adventurers in
the phrase that indicates aportcrs in trade.
They know themselves, their position and
their customers, and have made suitable pro
vision for the fall trade. Our mechanics
have full stocks, well worked up, and ore
prepared for liberal orders. Our hotels are in
trim to receive visitors, and our railroads and
steamers are prepared at reasonable rates to
bear purchases to the homes of the buyers,
The newspapers are levers of influence be
tween the buyer and seller, that are not suffi
ciently prized. A down-town merchant was
a few days sinoe forcibly reminded by a pur
chaser from Indiana, that the Pknnt Press
was the paper read and largely circulated in
hi part of the country.
Suicides.
. We commeBt upon the conduot of a suioide
that he was a great fool, lacked courage, had
m tL perreited human nature, practiced
(baft on uTarkind, and cheated the world
what was due ' n Ie'nrB numerous beneIts
It had oonfat.e(1 on hlm-but he or suoh
not the only uic.o. What is a fat, laiy in
dol.nt man but a suide he might s weU
b. dead, for then he would not be an olbstruo-tion-a
living worthless example, i s long
these do-nothings continue- in their negative
state they as men effletently destroyed,
although their appetite as ' brutes survives.
plMMaolates be , encouraged, fiaooess is
I of cheerfulness and courage.
Mrs. Partington desires to know why
OsfpUln of any vessel don't keep a memorandum
eftfce weight of his anohor, instead ef "weigh
lag anehet" ewy time he leaves port.
Editorial and Selected Melange.
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of
S)a Thursday last, at Memphis, Win. S. For
ty! b, a sporting man, formerly of Msoon, G.f
fel I, or preoipitated himself to the ground from
a third-story window, and was instantly killed.
The best throw upon the dice is to throw
t'aem away.
A Reformed Farm School for unruly youths,
mar Cleveland, is . proving to be a reform to
boys, and oooaimy to ' the tax-payers. When
will Cincinnati provide for her offenders in
such a sensible way 1
The monuments have been erected, defining
the boundary-line separating Minnesota and
Daootah.
Begin the week as if you were in earnest.
Continue earnestly in your work or profession.
There is no substitute for thorough-going, ar
dent and sincere earnestness.
A lady at Louisville, on Friday, was nearly
wound out of the buggy in which she sat, her
scarf having caught in the spoke, and drew
her head down to the wheel. She was released
before suffering serious injury.
The trains will soon be able to pass over
White River, Indiana, a large force being at
work restoring the railroad bridge recently de
stroyed by fire.
Without economy none can be rich, and with
it Jew can be poor.
Latta'a steam fire-engine was quite a nota
bility at the Evansville, (Indiana) Fair. The
wi.ter was brought by troughs from the canal
to a tank twenty feet squaro, and four or fire
feei deop, in the center of the cattle-ring.
AH thy virtue dictates, dare to do.
At a reoent meeting of the Chicago Horti
cultural Society, a communication was read
from Mr. B. Felsonthal, of that city, accom
panying which was a sohedule of Israel it ish
periodicals (six in number) now issued in the
United States, in New York, Philadelphia, Bal
timore, Cincinnati and San Fronoisoo ; and
notioing the existing literature of that people
in this country, as well as their prominent
writers and scholars in Europe. The paper
attracted attention in the reading.
A letter was also read from tho Hon. Richard
Cobden, M. P. Great Britain, accepting mem
bership, and inolosing a specimen of the orig
inal stamps nsed in pursuance of the famed
" Stamp Aot," for taxing the Amerioan colo
nies. The stamp is a " two shilling" one, and
well preserved.
The Gbkat Sermon. Last Sabbath was
a great day of worship. The text, grandly
illuminated, was "Let there be light."
The sun shone brightly, and the brave old
woods looked grandly. The glorious sun
the center and soul of our system tho lamp
that lights it tho fire that heats it the
magnet that guides and controls it the foun
tain of oolor that gives its azure to the sky, its
verduro to tho fields, its rainbow-hues to tbo
gay world of flowers, and tho purple lights of
love, as Browstor describes it, to the marble
cheek of youth and beauty was yesterday the
great stroet proacher. Thousands left their
cellars, garrets and comfortable porlors to wel
come the rising God of Bay, tjho shono equally
upon all. All were buoyed up by tho ani
mating and exhilorating inlluonce of its vivify
ing rays. With Byron we exolaimed:
" Thou earliest m In inter of the Almighty!
Thou material God!
And 1'eprosentutlve of the unknown,
Who enosn ihoe for hiHStiudow! Thou chief iitar!
Center of many stum! which muk'st our earth
Eniltiraidoand tempercst the hues
And hearts of all who wnlk within thy rays!
Sire of I'Jie seasons'. Monarch of the climes,
Anil tno.ie who dwell iu them! for near or tar,
Our inborn spirits have a tint of thee,
E'en u oiir outward aspects, thou dost rise,
And shlno and sot In glory ! "
Takk Pleasubb ik Your Business. Take
pleasure in your business, and it will become
your recreation. Hope for tho best, think for
the worst, and boar whatever happens.
"It can't be done" is a cant phrase we are
decidedly down on. One of the current false
hoods of society is, "the thing can not be done."
Yes it can. Anything can be dono, provided
it do not involv e a contradiction in terms or a
violation of imtnutable law. Material difficul
ties will not yield to manual power, except by
a very slow process; but bring in mind, and
embody it in art, aad the difficulty vanishes.
Mind masters: matter, and art if. mind in action.
Siix-y. T be Mr. Sill arrested in this city
and sent to Columbus, and on bail there,
charged with 1'raud and adultery, is reported to
have left for otSer parts, leaving bis surety in
the lurch.
Economy is pi eforable to extravagance. We
have ever been advocates for the purchase of
suitable public grounds, but are not disposed to
favor the project of spending one-quarter of a
million of dollars in extending the Elm-street
Burying-groand Park. We believe It would
be an extrav agant use of our money, which
could he spent more profitably in small spaces
for parks in various parts of the city, or in
placing thade-treci along the thoroughfares of
the city.
Louis XII was naturally inclined to econ
omy ; this was once made a topic of ridicule
in his presenoo, to which he replied : "I had
rather see my oouxtiers laugh at my avarice,
than my people weep at my extravagance."
Councilmcn should boar in mind that we have
no work-house; to build and Ct one, requires
money ; to get money, the people have to be
taxed; big taxes are onerous, and cause tho
people to grumble, and the struggling poor to
suffer. We wantheavy expenditures for water
works improvements; for a new road up Peer
creek; for soworage; and now is no time to
spend our ammunition all on that park. Spike
that artillery I
Tee ThrkeQbaces. There is not a reader
of the Pesky Prkbs who may sot elevate him
or herself, and exalt his relation to his fellow
by becoming a horticulturist, at loast so far as
to raise the following choice fruit: Faith, Hope
and Charity, or Lore arc three such inscpara
bias, that they have been likened to a plant.
Faith being the root, Hopo the upward-rising
stem, and Love tho bright and glowing fruit,
A Norwegian Wife is a Working Woman.
mau.
as
the
the
The ladies of Norway, both old and young,
even of the wealthiest and most influential fam
Hies, superintend every household matter, in
variably wait at table and supply the wants
and wishes of the guest. To be a good house
keeper, and to provide for the comforts of i
family, and to care for the entertainment of
the stranger, is one of the requisites of a Nor'
wegian wile, in this regard, and In every
meritorious work, Amerioan women should
excel. The woman is a higher word than tho
lady.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
ADDITIONAL FOREIGN NEWS.
ARRIVAL OF THE VANDERBILT.
NEW YORK, September 26.
The steamship Yauderbilt arrived at this
ort this morning' from Southampton, with
ondon dates to Thursday the 15th, one day
later than furnished by ti. steamers City of
Baltimore and Hortk America. She brings
throe hundred and sixty-five passengers.
Among these are Rev. Drs. Iiothune and
Harden burg, Capt. S. T. Comstoek and Mau
rice Strakosch. The latter gentleman is ac
companied by an operatie troupe of twenty
two artists, including M'ils. Cruselli, Adeline
Spoanza and Criseiinanno; and . Signors Bar
cardo, Stigelli and Testa Ferri; all of whom
are engaged for the Academy of Music Also,
Manager Sago, of tho French Theater, with
twelve Parisian oomedians.
The Vandeililt reports that from longitude
46 to 49 she encountered heavy south-westerly
gales; she passed yesterday afternoon, the
steamer Katvjaroo, hence. The steamship
Bremen, henoe, touched at Southampton on
the 15th inst.
It was stated in London that Spain has re
turned an evasive reply to the question from
England touching the concentration of troops
in the neighborhood of Gibralter.
Tho Governments of Franco and England
were to take immediate measures for inflict
ing chastisement on tho Chinese.
Tho Florence correspondent of the London
Timet says:
"It is reported that Tope Pius had received
unction, or tho sacrament administered to
tho dying."
Advices received at Madrid from Tangiers
state that, in consequence of the agitation
caused by the death of the Emporor of Mo
rocco, all the foreign consuls at that place
had barricaded their houses and armed their
dependents; also, that all the Christians in
tho Empire were leaving in haste. Another
account says, that tho families of the consuls
bad taken refugo on board a Spanish steamer.
The Florence correspondent of tho London
Times says:
"A treaty was signed on the 28th ult., be
tween the Papal Government and the Queen
of Spain, by which tho latter engages tooo
cupy the Roman States with troops, when
tho French forces are withdrawn."
A dispatch from Parma says that tho
National Assembly, on the 14lh inst., unani
mously voted tho confirmation of Signor
Farini as Dictator.
The China mails had reached London, bring
ing full dotails of the conflict at Pehio. The
Timet prints full lists of the killed and
wounded. Tho proportion of officers among
these is very large. Rear Admiral Hope was
wounded very severely.
The London Timet of Thursday says that
the Government has deoided in dispatohing
immediately to China several additional steam
and sailing frigates, together with a large rein
forcement of troops. Orders have already
been dispatched to the naval rendezvous for
enlisting men, and in order to expedite the
orders, the coast guard was to be called to vol
unteer. Great improvements have been ordered to
the fortifications at Dover Castle, in order to
place it in an efficient state of defense.
LONDON, September 5.
Tho London Timet' t Paris correspondent says:
" It is rumordored that 12.00OJ French troops
are ordered to be held ia readiness for China.
Gon. Wempfon was spoken of as commander.
Consols are quoted at 'Jb'A&tya for money,
and 'Ja(x,H: for account.
The American corvette Porltinouth was at
Palmos on the 17th ultimo.
LONDON, September 14.
The funds opened with renewed firmness
this morning, and elosod with a further im
provement, in consequenco of the notification
that France and England will act in concert
against China. There was less excitement In
the tea market after the delivery of the China
letters, but prices showed increased firmness.
The mercantile letters from China generally
concur in the viow that tho renewal of hostili
ties will not cause any material interruption in
the trade. The natives of Shanghai were
much annoyed at what had happened, and, con
sequently, no ill-fouling was anticipated there;
but still, it was believed that England would
have to sond out a very large naval and mili
tary force, and perhaps blockade the various
ports, in ordor to bring the Emperor to sub
mission. Sir William Eyre, lato commander of the
forces ia Canada, died on Thursday.
Some of tbo Madrid journals publish artiolei
on the necessity of taking Gibralter fr.n the
English, no matter by what means.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
ST. LOUIS, September 26.
The overland mail, with dates from San
Francisco to the 2d inst., arrived here last
night. Fifteen buildings had been destroyed
by fire in the town of Columbia. Loss $20,000.
All tbo business part of Campo Seco had also
been destroyed. Loss unknown.
The Republican Central Committee announces
the fuiluro of the Republicans and anti-he-comptonites
to fuse, and rccommondstho Re
publicans to stick to their own ticket.
The San Francisco Bulletin publishes a letter
from Captain Wallen, announoing his arrival
at Camp Floyd August 15, Btating that he
had materially shortened the route from Fort
Dallas to Salt Lake. Ho encountered no op
position from the Indians.
Advices trom v lotoria to August 27, state
that Gov. Douglass, in his reply to Gen. Har
ney's note, emphatically denies that any of her
Majesty's ships wore evor sent to convey an
officer of the Hudson Bay Company for the
purpose of seizing Amencan.citizens, or any
outrage whatever committed on Americans on
that island.
The Fort Smith Timet says that a man named
McICnett was killed by Indian Agent Kabors,
at Fort Uelknap, on tbe Uth inst.; also, that
Col. Leopu, agent for the Comanches, had been
shot by the Indians.
From Washington.
WASHINGTON, September 26.
The disagreement botween Mr. Cass and
Baron Stoeukol is not as serious as was at first
protended. It grew mainly out of alleged at
tempts on the part of tho local authorities in
tho Northera Pacific to restrain Amorican
traders and whalers within the limits imposed
by Nicholas First, previous to the annexation
of California. The present government of
Russia will offer no impediments, it is oonfi
dently trusted, to froe trado on tho part of
American vessels with the growing population
on tho banks of the Amoor River.
Lieutenant Cobn will return to Rio Janeiro
in the Wyoming, with dispatches to the flag'
officer of tho Brazil squadron, instructing him
to send the store-ebip John Adai.it on her way
to the East rfidies, if on duo survey, she is not
found unseuwortliy.
Sir Henry Holland is to be entertained to
morrow at the Soldier's Home by the Presi
dent, in company with bis Cabinot.
Tho Court of Inquiry to investigate tho facts
attending tho loss of the United States steamer
Fulton consists of Commodore J. Mcintosh,
Commandor Farran and Lloutcuant Kell.
Pennsylvania State Fair.
PHILADELPHIA, September 26.
'Xbe State Agricultural Fair, which opens
to-morrow at l'owelllown, will doubtless bo
of a most prosperous character. Tho en
tries have heen ory numerous, aud con-'
tinuo to pour in. The railroads are bringing
in unusually largo numbers front the interior
and other Stale, and tho city is crowded
with pcoplo. Tho trial of fire engines,
worked both by itoum and hand power,
promises to bo the most prominent feature in
tho exhibition. About forty companies, in
cluding sixteen out of the eighteen owning
steam engines in this city, will entor into
competition. The race track ia in fine order,
and there is nn exoellont stock of horses In
tho stables, The stock is oompriscd chiefly
of horses for genera) utility. The premiums
to bo awarded amount in the aggregate to
$8,000.
The St. Louis Fair.
ST. LOUIS, September 26.
The fourth annual, fair of the St. Louis
Agrioultural and Mechanical Association
opened to-day, and although a heavy rain fell
during the morning, the grounds were thronged,
about fifteen thousand people being in attend
ance. v ' '
The first bricade of Missouri militia joined
in the opening ceremonies, and was reviewed
by Col. Sumner, United States Army, and staff.
Nearly every State in the Union li representee,
either by delegates, stook, or In the mechani
cal and agricultural departments.
The number of entries already exceed o,uvu,
more than twice as many as at any previous
fair, and still many more will be made. ,
Xne exhibition of stoos is unpreceaenuy
largo, and superior in quality. The thousand
dollar premiums for the best roadsters, thorough-bred
stallions and thorough-bred bulls,
having drawn here many of the most oelebrated
animals in the country.
In tbe ring, twonty draft stMiions to-day,
the first premium was awarded to Charles
Mack, of Lookport, New York. The first pre
mium for matched horses was taken by William
Rood, of Butler county, Ohio.
Xbe oitv is densely thronged wltn strangers,
and every train and steamboat oomes laden with
additional crowds. : Should the weather prove
propitious, tbe fair bids fair to eclipse any fair
ever held in the Union.
From Leavenworth.
LEAVENWORTH, September 26.
Hon. F. P. Stanton delivered an address on
Saturday night, advocating, the adoption of
the Wyandotte Constitution, and advising
tbe people to vote on the instrument on the
4th of October next. The indications are in
favor of its ratification.
General Lane is again on the stump, on the
question of exempting from execution one
hundred and sixty acres of land for home
stead to actual settlers, and that it be submit
ted with the constitution.
The Republicans have nailed a convention
to be held at Topeka on the 12th proximo, to
nominate State officers.
I. O. F.
BALTIMORE, September 26.
Tbe procession of the; Odd-Fellows this
morning was a grand demonstration. Too
splendid weather promoted a largo turnout,
and the new wing of the hall recently com
pleted was dedicated witn tne imposing cere
monies of the ordor. Several large cars were
filled with orphan children, supported by
the order, and formed an interesting feature
of the display.
The Great Cricket Match.
MONTREAL, September 26.
The cricket play was resumed by tbe English
eleven, at half-past eleven this morning, Parr
ana vaisar oeiug ui tua munvin. vrruuuj,
Hayward, Wesden and Coffin went out with
four wickets for, sixty runs. The weather is
very fine. ; The match Is oreating great excite
ment. '
Later. The cricket matoh Las resulted in
the defeat of the Canadians.
Later from Mexico.
TAMPICO, September 14.
Gon. Garza leaves this place soon for the
Interior, to reinforce the Liberals, now num
bering 18,500 men. Nothing has been heard
of Gen. Deeallado's movements.
Gen. Woll has defeated the Liberals near
Leon. Gen. Miramon is preparing an expidi
tion to march against San Louts Potosi.
Ohio State Fair.
ZANESVILLE, September 26.
Tho Ohio State Agricultural Board will not
$1,000 on tne zanesviiie f air. : i
River News.
PITTSBURG, September 26—P. M.
River four feet four inohes by the pier-mark
and falling. Weather dear.
DIED.
NKEDAfcli-Heptemher 2, Alfred Ilrcdall.ionof
William and Elizabeth Brodttll, aged five years unil
three months.
Friends of the family are Invited to attend the fu
neral from 113 1'ront-Btreet.
McOALLUM Thursday, Feptembftr 22. Jennie
McUullum, daughter of John and Mien ii. UoUal
lum. The funeral will take place from the resident, Ko.
UXiBaum-Btreet, to-day, at two o'cloi k I'. At.
TIIOMAS-On the 20ih Inst., of scarlet fnver,
linger, oldext dniightor of Samuel D. and Maria J.
Thomas, aged two years and seven months. '
The funeral will take place from the residence Of
her parents, No. 311 Georgo-strcet, tills morning at
nine o'clock.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A SAFE, EAST AND EFFECTUAL CURB, FOB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Ac.
SfW Twenty-five conti per bottlo."Ka ;
GEO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
eu29-cm Corner of Fifth and Alaiu-ttreets.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Ivp?j3 OPPOSITION FLYING AR.
ffCS? TILLEBY, RALLY ! All who wish the
buua'sh of the OddohHIoii Ticket, and are willing to
join the Flying Artillery for this campaign, are ro-
(luesiea to meet mis (tueauayj n, v j'.Kinu, Sep
tember 27, at 1H o'clock, ut the Hamilton Coonty
OppoHltion Kxecutive Committee Roome, No. A Me
tropolitan Uuildltig, corner of Mm h and Walnut.
By order, A. CUTTER, Utmaral.
ep27-a-ch.Tlme.;
I. O. O. F. THE REGULAR
ouartorlv meeting of Wanh-
lugton Lodge No. 1, I. O. ). Y. will be -WFtev
held on THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, t Asir5?sr
7J4 o'clock, for the payment of duet, "''giliw"
AIbo, at the tuimo time, the code of
by-lawawlll be brought npforconnidflration. It it
reiiapRted tbatall tbe mem born iliould be preoont.
ep27-a JUUNCHILIi, per Secretary
NOTICE TO TAX PAVERS.
MfV.T 1 110 ivv re till, .lull IU 1VII1 CTIOIU, MB l.l. IIICU
rr i. n i . i r i ... , -n .i
by me Pletrlct Amemon, ia now open for examina
tion, at the County Auditor's office, to which Men
tion ia directed. If any complaint is to be made , tho
name should be In writing, and previous to the fourth
Monday in October, ltM, after which no complaint
will be received.
By ordor of the Board of Eamllzatlon,
HOWARD MATTHEWS,
ncp27-tt Auditor.
Times, Enquirer, Gazette, Commercial, Volkablatt
and Volksfrotind copy.
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throughout the United States, to be the most effectual
blood-purifier ever known, and to have relieved, more
Biifluring, and etl'ected more permanent curex, than
nny preparation known to tho profession. Scrofula,
Haft Rheum, Erysipelas, Ucald-hoad, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bnttios, nnd
the system restored to full strength aud vigor. Full
and explicit direct lone for thocureof ulcerated soro
legs, and other corrupt and runningulcera, ingiven in
the pumphlot with each bottle. For sale byJOH.Nl).
PAuk, SUIUB.Kt!K,bTKIli & CO., and CEOR8E
M.DIXON. Prlce8l epl9-ay
Opposition County Ticket.
For Judge of tbe Court of Common Floai:
VIM. Mi DIXON.
For Director of County Infirmary; :
B. 1. MUCHMOKE. ; '
For Members of tbe State Board of Equalization:
JOHNF.TORBKNCH,
8AM.TJEI1 B. KEYS,.
O, C. HAYS.
For Treasurer: , ,
ItOBKRT HIDGKlt.
' Fur County Commissioner: .
JOS. S. BOSS.
CITY TICKET.
For Justices of the Peace:
V. U. MARTIN,
I!. II. BOIIULTZ.
Opposition State Ticket.
For Htato Sonators: '
V. 8, BTTBROWES, , .
' W. I. LEONARD, '
BENJAMIN XdULKHTON,
For State Bopresentatlvos:
' ' Dr. WM.B.DAVIH, 1:
(JUSTAVK TAFKL, '
W. O.CBIPPEN,
' JEPTHA G ABRARD,
' JOHN M. OOOHRAN, '
WM. FIiOKO,
JCSEril CILLIV. U'P
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
nr obb-
Dress Hats at Four Dollars!
YOU WILL FIND THEM SUPERIOR TO
any in the city at tbe same price.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS,'
No. 149 Main-street.
ONE DOOR BKT.OW FOURTH.
lep27-awl
$10,000 EEWARD!
MADAME ELLIS, M. !., HAS FOUND
at lent luat what the Ladles have long needed
and looked for in rain, tho Uterine Klixir.
Tha Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kldnoys, tho ovaries, anil the Urethra,
ProlADHimor Ifalllnir of tl.e WomL. Painful Moriatru-
ation. Chlorosis, Amenorrhea: In fact, a perfect cure
la Ktiarranteod by the use ot trom two to nve uoiues
of the Klixir, of any diaease whatovor ef the Gener
ative anil Urinary Organs, of mala or female, no
matter of how long standing. Price 31 per Bottle.
To ba had wholesale and retail, of F. D Hill.
Driiggiat, corner of Kifth and Race-streets; and
nuwnru ocumau, LTtiKai"', turner ,ui ainiu nuu
Fourth-streets, and Ilrigham & Co., No. 24 East
Fourth-street. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Maditme KLL1S calls particular attention to the
following Card of onoof the most prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati.
"To thi Public and the Lapifu in PaaTicvua.
We. the undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing woll the
i.siiy ruystcian, ami inemeuicine caiteatne uterine
Klixir. wo cheerfully recommend it to all females
suffering from Female Diseases of any kind; it Is
purely vegetablo, and in no case can do Injury; we
say to au try, ana our worn lor it, yon win nnti re
lief. V. I). Hll.l,, Drnggist,
sep27 "Cornor of Fifth and Rare-streets."
Wonder of tho World!
Madame Ellis's
. Spanish Stimulating Balsam
CURES, WITHOUT FAIL, PAINS IN
the Breast, Back, Side or Limbs: ConRhs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breath ius. Headache. Flat
ulency, lleartbnrn, Chronic Hheumutlsm, Billions
Cbollc, Cramp Ohollc, Griping Pains ot the Bowels.
Dullness, Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetito, anil
in Painful Menstruation it is a certain cure, und
f lives immediate relief. In any of the above diseases
t will Rivo relief in twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the useof to bottlos. UnlyJOceuts
per bottle so ehoap that every pereon can get it.
To be had of F. D. HILL, Drnenlst, cornor of Race
and Fifth-streetB; and EDWAHD SCAN LAN A CO.,
DriiguiHts N. E. corner of Maiu and Fourth-streets;
or ot UKIQ1IAM ft CO., Manufacturers, No. 34 Kast
Fourth-street, Cincinnati, O. sepr-ay
3D O 23 O- 32 ' 13
PATENT IMPROVEMENT
GRATIS ID STOVES !
Any Style or (Jrales cn be Not or Heset with
t hit Improvement. .
AS THE MERITS OK THIS VA1
ITAIIIiR Improvement hsvo been fnllycstan.
llshed in this city and vicinity by over FIVK THOU
SAND who have used it the past two winters, we
presume it is only necessary to remind all who (le
Ire ioosomy and costrottT that tho season to prepare
for winter bits arrived, and that it would be well to
have their Grates reset before the Fam. Hoi'hk-(,i,RAN-inq
commences; thosoonor it is done the hotter.
Our workmen leave no dirt; there is no necessity of
removing carpetB or furniture.
Any communication through mall will receive
prompt attention, and descriptive Circulars will be
sent gratis if desired.
ttsTOi iliTH limy bo left nt Nn. '20 West Fifth.
Htreett where the i'n lent Stove mny he neon.
J. It. KYANtK rroiu-ieturs.
Or J, BLAKELY, General Agent. sepMo
Shooting Gallery!
rfllllE PUBLIC IS RESPECTFULLY
JL informed that there is now a Shooting Gallery
and Saloon at No. 20 West Fii'th-strest, (second
story,) between Main and Walnut-streets, sepai-aw
Perfamery and Toilet Articles.
I7VERY VABIETY iti CHOICE PER-
'J UilTWPDV ,r..ll... ft -.1....... a.- i..!. r
iiuuiwin, iuimi Amuies, are., cuiiHisiiug oi
rhief, Pomades, Hair Dyea, Colognes, Bay Bum,
(loBtoetlcs, Lip Salves, Cold Creams, Tnollj Powders,
Tooth Washes, Toilot Soap.H, Toilet Powder, 4c,
rtmr uus. ii tir ion ica. KitrRnm mr inn Hum tar.
111 w ma.v vj
BIMKJG, CH.HTIN & CO., Druggists, .
fipas-o Oppositejlie PoBtofflce.
Glycerine of "Arnica.
fSlHIS REMEDY TOR TtBTITSWa fITTTS
JL BnmS. HcalllH. flliniimatln Pitlno A.. lonil-
valod. Every family should havo it at hand for use
iu u.. w. iiiwusuip. j icrureii uuu lur Bttie oy
SUHtU, KUKSTEIH A CO.,
sep2-0 Opposite the Postofflca.
Concentrated Ley,
"EOR MAKING HARD OR SOFT SOAP.
M.' Softening Water, to. The process or making
Hoapwith this Ley ia so easy, aud tho oeonoiuy bo
great, that no housekeeper should be without it. For
BBIO oy 0jIUK, JtllKSflClN CO.,
epzw-0 , Opponlte the Postofflce.
Calabria Liquorice.
-tf CASES CALABRIA LIQUORICE,
-at v extra Quality, received and ror sa o bv
SUIBE, EOK8TKIN & CO.,
cp2Q.c ; Opposite the PoBtolBce,
Refined Borax.
-fl f BARRELS REFINED BORAX RE.
JLVC CKIVEDandforsaleby
BUIBB, ECKSTEIN & CO., ,
-ep26-t Opposite the Postofflce.
Gum Shellac.
Pi CASES GUM SHELLAC RECEIVED
and for salo by 1
SUIRB, ECKSTEIN ft CO.,
BepM-o Opposite the Postollico.
WM. A. KING'S
Commercial School
HERRON'S SEMINARY BUILDING,
Devon tli-street, betuocn Wiilnntnnd Vino, Cin
cinnati, Ohio, livening Class comiunucing Monday,
2otliinnt. llooh-lteepini; tauitht ns appll-d to every
ucpnmuenioi trade. uiHiueHsantiuruameniai t-en.
manauip. Cull and examine spccimsoH. sephtmt
IS-v. it, , . Hit ,H .
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
rWMUH UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
JL to deliver in Cincinnati, ill any nuntlties.
LIMESTONE of the beni quality, from two Inches
to two toot tiucn. wenaroiue
Best fjiaucstone (Quarries
In tho West, and will make It to the interest of
parties usmx uuro-sione, riag -stone, uross, waiK
uu uiiuor.oivue, v.'b nuu mnp, n utrr iiiuiv, wtiiifo-
atono, Jlloniuneiit liases, 4c., to correspond Willi us
and learn our prices. KUCKRIt, bUNLAP 4 CO..
Bopz-tnw urocnneiii, mgniana uoitnty, uiuo.
OLIVE OIL AN ASSORTMENT OF
the very flnost brands of thin article alwnrs on
hand, comprlsiufi the fullowjng: Barton & Guortlnr's
jionieaux tjti, ami iieiiue uorauaitx uii. aiso, nag'
uiol'saud liiioigulupi'H, in various sized bottles.
JOHN KKUUUBON.Orucor,
eep24 Comer Ninth and Yliie-streeta.
TBINEAPPLE3 IN GLASS. A VERY
JL flue article, pnt up by Welle 4 Provost, New
lorx, in store aim lor naio oy
JOHN jfEnaiVON, Grocer,
HCp34 turner Ninth and Vino-streets.
WHISKIES. OLD BOURBON, IRISH
and Scotch of the very best kinds, always tn
iiruu uau lur saie oy
JOHN FEBQUSON, tlroosr,
ep2l Cornor Nintli and Viue-stroete.
Pure Coal Oil.
UST RECEIVED AND 1'OR SALE, AT
v uno Dollar per gallon oy
J. N. Dr. WEIN, Grocer,
'P?2apr M7 Kast Front-Mtreet.
kO- P. H. HOWEKAMP IS A CANDI
dale fur re-election to the ofllcool Justice of the
I'eace, eptftt
i
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
8IX.CFNTa VV'lLL rAY FdrXTHe
P Ely NY PRESS QNE.VY.EEK.
BR0THERTON & C 0.,
. I3.-N"ISLI3H.S, s J
-AM- .1 -I-'
Dealers iTi Efcbhantfe.
CINCINNATI-.;' '
TUB UNDESiaNSD,'0I..IHB LATE
House of
GILMOBE & UROTHERTOH,
lias commenced business under tho above firm nam
AtNo.7 nnd fi Thlrd-street, tTrust Com
; puuy BuUilinf.) . ' .
sep7am , J. H. BitOTHTtRTON.
ATTENTION", BUILDERS!
THOS f. FiRRIN & CO.
HAVE ESTABLISHED THE FACT
thatthey are sailing lumber at their yard on
Freeman-street, next to Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton Railroad,
AT LOWER PRICES
Tlmn any other Lumlror Dealors in the city.
"Quick Sales and Small Profits".
IS THEIR MOTTO.
They submit tlio following- Hat of prices;
Cash
4 MV
Clear I umber, all thicknesses, I In. mean 4.17
Best Common, Hi and i inch l'lank 28
60 $1(1 INI
tta.t
1 inch Boards
lt no
17 6U
12 W
ZIOO
12 SO
14 00
.17 .V)
2ft 00
2ii nn
17 60
13 Oil
Hpcond : 1
nil thtckuoBes.....
Third ' Cfiinu
Grub Plank, face measure ..
Hemlock Joist, .Scantling and Timber....
" , ", "-. "
First Common Flooring Boards
Uneond ..... " - 23
Third '" '-' " '' A
First Common Weather Boards IA
Second " ' ' 12
Cedar routs, 4 by 4, 8 feet, por hundred.... oTi
Cedar " for fencing, " " ... 30
Locust " . " " . "
on m no
00 S3 Mi
CO 22 SO
A further redaction of 2H percent, will bo made oil
bills of $500 or more.
We have one of the largest and best soleotcu stocks
of Lumber Id tbe Cincinnati market, which, we offer
for sale at the above prices.
TIIOS. W. FA.RRIN & CO.
BPpMtf
FAlLIiTllADE.
1859. '
'"" ' TO ' ' ''
npuniMTSifcinniiviRRfiT
miaiii Jinn iu i miiijjiiiuMu
WE INVITE YOUR PARTICULAR AT
TENTION to our large collection of Hicti
and Elegaut
MILKS, !
UlRBONM,
HE VD-DItESSEH, ' ' "
FRENCH FLO WK n H,
MBR.OlERI :f,
UONNETS, , ,
CLOAKS,
, GIiOVGN,
IiACEH, iLe..eVo.
STRAW GOODS.
A t ..... .aUolInn FkAhi nil' 4 Via nnvaUlai tt ill A baa.
8 on. Also, thj lurgoftt aud mont complete fwsortment 1
To he found in nny Jobbing -house tn the West, All
of which we ofhirto CASH AND 8UOBT-TIQI1.
BOYEBSatEASTfittN 1'UICEB. ,. .
W. P. BET0U ' & R0CKW00D,
83 AND 85 PEARL-STREET, i
sep!2 C'l JUINNATI.' " bw
Peruvian Syrup;
" ' ' -OB
SOLUTION OiT FKOTO.YIDK OF IRON,
"BJ ADIfJALLY CURES THOSE DISEASES
jH where other medicines, are of no avail, autODg
wliich are
' . dyspepsia, ;:
Affections of tho Liver, Dropsy, Neu
ralgia, Bronchitis, Insipient Con
gumption, Bad Statu of the
Blood, Boils, Carbuncles, . .. .,
Scurvy, Piles, Com
' plaints peculiar to
; Females, Gene
ral Debility, '
AMD
All Dicuse which require a Tonlo nnti
Alterative Medicine. .
Read what those clergymen, who reside ip New
Knglanil.r'wliero tha. Peruvian Byrup baa liad.tlie''
fullest trial, say of It :
Tho It'.v. John Pierpont says; "My own experience
eouvini esmetbattlie 'Pern vlnn' will cunllnue to do
successful battle with- dlwase.-and that all the con
nuests that it gains it will hold." '
The ltet. -Warren Burton say: "I do net hesitate
to recommend the Peruvian Syrup toaoy whose hab
its render tbem liable to headache, dyspeptic com
plaints, nouralgia, uorvoiuiall'octionj, and general de
bility.'' The Bcv. Arthur B. Fuller: "Suffering much from
intense norvona headache, exbamtlon and loss of
stroncth, I tailed to obtain nny relief until I tried
the Peruvian Syrup, sines which I have been much
stronger,and my headaches have groatly dimiulshcd,
botli in severity und frequency."
The Eov. Augiiiitus A. Pope: "I bavo not boon af
flicted with boilsBlncel took the Peruvian Syrup,
three yoars Ago."
Tho itev. (Jurilon Itobins: "It ii a duty I owe to the
public to express my oonfldenco in tne 'Peruvian
Syrup' as a sale and powerful remedy in those vari
ous manliiiatatluns or disease consequent upon disor
dered digestion.'
Tbe Kev. Thomas Whittemore: "It gives me new
vigor, buoyancy of spirits, elasticity of muscle. I
have no donbt that, in cases of paralysis like mine,
dyspepsia, and especially of dropsy, it may be admin
iateied tvuti a greater prospect of success than any
other medicine in use among us."
The Kev, Iphrsim JJute, jr.: "I have found grant !
relief in usin 'Peruvian Syrup whilo suflcring from'
dyspepsia, and am convinced that it bus remarkable)
powers as a tonic aud promoter of iuseusible perspir
ation." Tho Rev. Thomas II. Pons: "It invigorate! the ex
hausted system, and inspires a degree of physical en
ergy and exhlloration as unexpected as agreeable." ,
The Itev. ltichard JHetualf: ''Theuffect on the til-1
gestlon and the general tone of the system was im
mediate and hencliciul. It has proved just tbe tonlo
that I wanted."
The Itev. M. V. Webster: "To those who are af
flicted with the dyspopsia or dcrangementof tbe liver
and stomach, I would recommend the 'Peruvian
Syrup' as onoof the most elfectual remedies that I
have ever known."
Tho Kev. Joseph II. Clinch: "I have found such ben
eficial rosults from its ail ministration that 1 have not
liesituUnl to recommend it to friends who were suffer-'
ing froia physical pn nitration, or a generally relaxed
conditio n of the syst om."
The lt.e A. Jackson: ''I have derived grea'. relief
from it la uu attack of the pilos, and from thatphuse
ot dyspopsia, one of the unpleasant symptoms of
wli ich is u too ougcx appetite. ,r . .
TheBi'V. I. I'liunon, jr.t "In debility, it Is not only
a perfectly safo, bn t nn cITccttial tonic. In dyspepsia
wo think it Is a sovereign remedy." ;
Prof. K. Vltnlis Bchei b: "lfor all the protean forms
of diseaHe. aud in uiimorablo complaiuta that are com
prehended tiudsr tlio, popnlar but aoinowhat vague
terms of ncrvwisaess and dyspepsia, I ticlieve the
Peruvian Syrup to be a veritable spucilic." -
FOB IS ALU BV ALt, DItUGUISTS.
-Prineiplofficlto.l2S Kourth-etreet; NcW
Building. J. H. HARRISON,
sop 111 (Antral Agent for the Western State
DISSOLUTION TUB PARTNERSII IP
of Andrew, Wilson & Co., is this day mutua lly
dissolved by the withdrawal of Mr. A. Wilson, i r.,
irom the Ii rm.
P.ANDREW.
" A. WILSON, Ja..
' ceo. M.Hian.
The hiitlniM will bscontinuedunierthe nrmn'ime
of P. Andrew 4 Co. "All unsettled accounts of th
firm of Andrew, Wilson Co. will be adjuste A by
them,-. ...!. . -. " 'P. ANDBBVV,
' UKO. M. HI'l
'm.
Cincinnati, Ktptomuer m, Kt,
sei jibw
MATS Vt A0TDRERS ' OF' i E W BLR Y,
now wholesale establishment, Tet Third,
street, betweon Walnut and vine, (room Wo t as
stairs,) Cincinnati. Faetory at Providence, Bhodo
Island. New stylos received weekly. sepumm

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