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A IDT W. FBANCISCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL.
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WflCI XO. 14 VIST FOURTH BTBI8T.
ft Week, payable to th carriers 6c.
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MATCH IN CINCINNATI.
Wo aro advised by Mr. W. II. Cooudgi,
Corresponding Secretary of the Committee of
Arrangement of the Union Cricket Club of
this oity, that, he hat received i telegraphic
dispatch from Mr. Joxathav Hattebslt, the
President, who went to Montreal to make the
negotiation, that the' arrangement! for the
"All Bngland Eleven" to visit thii oity were
about completed,, and that they trill play in
Another Frightful Casualty.
Wo learn that a locomotive of a freight train
en tho Baltimore and Ohio Railroad explodod
en Monday afternoon, at a point about twenty
five miles east of Wheeling, Va, killing en
ginoor, condaotor and fireman. Particulars
The Celestials and the "Barbarians."
Our readers want to know some particulars
of the difficulty between the Barbarians and
the Celestials. . We ean only say that England,
up to 183:!, through her East India Company,
li.nt a monopoly of the trade with China,
which was mostly, confined to the single
)ort of Canton. The American missionary,
it secmi, was always a highly favored person
age among the Colestials, while John Bull,
yv lib. his bluster and enforced opium-smuggling,
ha;!, from the very first, been shunned and
dreadod by John.Chinaman. As early as 1703,
the persistency with whioh the poppy-poison
was enforced upon the Chinese caused evon
the ombfusy of Lord Auhbbst to be refused
admittance to the imperial presence. Year af
ter year the exasperated Celestials, in some
form or other, have rebelled against the hated
bwlarinnt, or foreigners; the Americans, how
ever, being more highly favored.
THE NANKIN TREATY.
On the 29th of August, a treaty of
I once was signed before Nankin, on board of
i!i o Cormeallit, Ty Bir Hekby Pottinoeb on the
part of SreatBritain, and by Ks-Yiuo, Elepoo
and Niu-K.in.-t on the part of the Emperor of
China. The most important provisions of the
treaty were, lasting peace and friendship be
tween the empires; China to pay twenty-one
millions of dollars during that and tho three
succeeding years; the ports of Canton, Amoy,
i'oo-Chou, King-po and Shanghai to be thrown
t'peu t foreign trade; Consular officers to be
appointed by foreign powers to reside at these
places; regular and just tariff of import and ex
port, and inland transit dues, to be established
itnd published; the island of Hong Kong to
be ceded in perpetuity to Her Britannio Maj
cty, her hoirs and successors; and correspond'
encoto be conducted on terms of perfect oqual
ity between the oflioors of both governments.
Hong Kong is a small island, about nine
milos in length by eight in breadth, about five
miles from the coast, opposite the mouth of
CHINA TREATS WITH I'BANCH A.NO AMKIUCA
France and the United States of America
toon sent Embassadors Extraordinary to the
court of Pckin, bnt neither of them went fur
ther than Canton. Ke-yinb having been n-
pointed Commissioner for the purpose, a treaty
was signed between China and the United
States, embodying all the important stipula
tions of the treaties and commercial regulations
p greed to with England, and providing further
for tho erection of hospitals, ohapels and ceme
lories at the five ports; for permission to ships
of war to visit any part of the coasts of China,
and for the extension of these privileges to
nil nations. The liberal spirit manifested ex
tending similar privileges to other nations is
nut ovidence of the ezclasiveness imputed to
tho Americans by the London Timet. The
French Embassador ooncluded a treaty at
Wlwiupoaon the basis of that of the United
After the Crimean war, England determined
i'n more vigorous proceedings toward China.
On tho th. of October, 18jC, a Chinese junk,
smuggling opium, under the British flag, was
railed upon by the imperial authorities, ad
miral Skvmovr thereupon proceeded to bom
txml Canton, and in three days destroyed the
government buildings. . France immediately
look sides with her ally.
CHINA HATES ENGLAND.
The real feeling of John Chinaman toward
John Bull is expressed in one of the Chinese
official notices: "Honor, happiness and re
wards will be the lot of him who kills an
Knglishman." The bate entertained among
the people is. so great that when a fort was
t iiken, the soldiers drowned themselves, rather
than bo taken. .
On December 4,185(1, all the dwellings and
istorc-hou.se of Europeans at Canton were
Imrnt by a Chinese mob, and runny English.'
men fell victims to the hatred of the popu
late. In July, 1857, Lord Eujim having ar
rival, Canton was declared to be in a state of
siege. On the 12th of September the Chi
lioso Government declared war against En
gland. On November 7, Mr. Rred, the Amer
ican Minister, arrived at Hong Kong, and
lug reception, and that of the Russian Min
ister, and their mutual conferences, intima
ted a friendly relation to the Chinese author
ities, while an aggrossivo one was sustained by
England and France. On the 15th of De
eembor the allies sent to the Governor-General
CANTON TAKEN—GOVERNOR YEH SENT TO CALCUTTA.
The city, on tho 28th December, was lioiu
btvrded.. On January, 1858, the forts were
drstroyod, and the captive, Governor Ykh,
was afterward sont to Calcutta. Harrassed
by the conqueror! populace about Canton, the
lUes, resolved to carry the war to the very
gates or r ekin.
The fleet sailed from Shanghai, and on the
2oth of May the forts at tho mouth of tho
rWho were stormed and taken. The victors
pHttetd their advantage, and passed up tho
rnw to Tient-Sing, ninety miles distant from
THE PEACE OF TIENT-SING.
Emjieror yielded to this threatening
wowiient, and a- treaty was at once signed,
opeuing four more ports to commerce Tho
performance of the treaty seems tobuvo been
only its nicrn announcement, and was broken
as soon as the Allautie Telegraph wiro tho
first message of which was the news of the
peace. The disrelish to England ie so strong
that delays have continued co long that force
had to be employed even to get entrance to
the river in order to reach the capital, where,
by treaty, a Minister is to reside.
TUB IATK D1SCOH WTCRK Q ft It) .ILI.US. ' '
The terribly bloody reception giveu wo
have noted. A protracted war is Wore
England and France; but,' in duo time, the
"Flowery Empire" will be open to the com
merce of all nations.
- lxrBOB.llll.li MiXflB.
it is intimated that tho allied forces had
entered tho wrong river, and that a frioudly
reception " awaited the plenipotentiaries at
another point. That would be a bloody mis
hap. Wo doubt not, however, that tho worst
dune was designedly done; fur the hnto thnt
the Colostiulu bear toward tho English is es
teemed patriotism. :, : ,, .
Newspaper Enterprises and Changes.
The Skmull's have sold the Daily Journal,
Lafayette, Indiana, to Messrs. It'SB & Wilson.
Mr. Ludb was formerly editor and proprietor
of the Journal. V. H. Gbkoory retires from
the' Sin'mj JSuu Yitilor, and Jony J. Hayi)e!t
becomes editor and Joiih P. Lkmmon publisher.
Mr. Wit. II. Bkach, foreman at one time of the
Cincinnati Gaiett; has become interested in
that spicy penny daily, the Rochester E.rprem.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Special Dispatch to the Penny Press.
LEXINGTON, KY., September 27.
Mr. 11. A. Alexander's filly by Lexington,
out of the dam of Doubloon, won tho great
produce ' stako here yesterday. Sis horses
started Time 1:48 V, l:4SJi',. and 1:50.
Track heavy. Clay's oolt by Lexington
second; ' NOW AND THEN.
Two Days Later from Europe.
Arrival of the Circassian.
ST. JOHNS, N. F., September 27.
The steamship Circamnu arrived here yes
terday afternoon with dates from Liverpool to
Saturday the 17th inst., two days later than
received by the Vandcrbilt. She reports ex
periencing heavy weather, one saw tho Ana,
which also sailed from Liverpool on the 17th,
on Saturday afternoon last, to the south
ward. The Cinaman brings three hundred
nothing has transpired at .uncn in relation
to the conference.
The sailing of the Great Eautem has been
delayed to the 20th of October, in consequence
of the repairs required.
it is reported that the rrincoss Clothildo,
as well its the Empress Eugenie, is cneiente.
The King of Sardinia has received the dep
utations from the National Assemblies of Mo
dem and Parma in relation to the annexation
of those Duchies to Sardinia. He expressed
his acquiescence, and promised to urge tho
matter before the great powers, expressing the
hope that Europe, having recognized tho right
of nations to form their own constitutions, will
not deny the same right to Italy. Military
movements are continued throughout Italy,
indicating that the Italians are dotorained to
rely on themselves.
The Spanish expedition aeoinst Morocco
has been llxed at 12,000 troops, the transports
ior ure nn
LIVERPOOL September 16.
The sules of Cotton for the past week
amount to 45,000 bales, including 10,000 bales
to speculators ami 3,ooo bole ( exporters.
All ualities have slightly declined, and infe
rior grades aro Yi.. lower, the market closing
dull. The sales to-dny have been 7,000 hales,
including 2,000 to exporters. Tho following
are the current quotations: Orleans fair f?d.,
middling 7d.: .Mobile lair TAi., middling
o.tL; uplands fair 1d., middling ()fd.
The stock of Cotton in port is MS.OllO hales,
including 511,000 bales American.
Liverpool, Septembor 17. Cotton closed very
steady to-day; sales of 7,000 bales.
At Havre (September la) Cotton closed dull;
New Orleans tres-erdinaire quoted at 112f.
Line-pool, September 10. The Breadstuffs
market exhibits an advancing tendency, all
qualities having improved in price. Flour
eloees firm. Wheat firm at an advance of lfn)
2d. since Tuesday. Corn also firm at an ad
vance of lid. per quarter.
Lhtrpool, September 17 M. Breadstuffs
close steady at the recent improvement.
Liverpool, Sept. 16. The Provision mnrket
closes ptoady. Beef quiet. Pork steady nnd
prices firm. Bacon dull and the quotations
are nominal. Lard dull at &6s.
Zi'serpoojSept. 17 M. Provisions coniinue
Liserpool, Sopt. 16. Produce Sugar steady
at former quotations. Coffeo firm. IMoe dull.'
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
LONDON, September 17—M.
Consols have improved and the closing quota
tions are 'JbWz..
The Great Eastern.
NEW YORK, September 27.
The Herald' reporter had as interview, yes
terday, with Captaiu Cumstock, lately of the
Collins steamer Bailie, who came home as a
passenger in the Vantl rliilt.
Captain Comatoelc commanded the Russian
frigate General Admiral on her voyage from
New York to Cronstadt. He has taken great
interest in the steamship Great Kaitern from
tho commencement, and has visited her every
few months while in course of construction,
and on the invitation of Captain Harrison, her
commander, and the Board of Director, be
accompanied her on her recent trip, and hap
pened to be on dock at. the time of the fatal
steam-explosion, off Hay Tongs, on the even
ing oi toe 'Jin inst. captain uomstock is
highly pleased with the steamer, and pro
nounces her a perfect success so far as naviga
tion is oonoerned, and is even enthusiastic on
the subjeot of her performance. Manv have
the impression that the lata trip was a trial trip
r, ... a i... . . l : . . . . . . ....
&ur epeeu, uut iuib is uu euure witiaue. ine
trip was made simply for tho purpose of re
moving the ship from the Thames to a spot
where she conld be coaled and put in proper
trim for a trial trip.
'Jibe Ureal tattern it to be prepared for her
trial trip as soon as the repair necessitated by
the explosion can be completed. Her trial
trip win oe lrom rortiana to Holyhead, nnd
according to the present arrangement?, she
will sail from Holyhead for Portland, Maine,
on the 2t)tb Ootober.
It has been fully decided by the Hoard of
Dlreotors that from Portland, Maine, tho
Great J-Jaettrn shall oome on an excursion trip
to New York, by way of Sandy Hook. ThiB
is positively settled, and was determined upon
shortly before the ship left tho Thames. Cap
tains Comstock and Harrison wore questioned
on tho subjeot beforo the Board of Directors,
and both ooncurred In tho opinion that the ship
oan enter the harbor ever the bar nt Sandy
Hook, drawing 2V,i feet of water, with perfect
safety. The famous clipper-ship Great Hepu'i
lin erossed the bar safely, drawing some inches
over twenty-five feet. It was then arrangod
that at Portland, Maine, the Great Kattnm
shall be lightened to the required draught,
then proceed on her excursion to this city,
Captain Comstock is of the opinion that tho
Great Eu'tern can not cross the bar safely ex-
oept at the spring tides, which cocur once
fortnight, and that evon then she cannot bring
much, if any, cargo.
It wou.14 hardly pay
run her regularly to Ibis porUj Tho Uollgate
ohannel, he thinks, -is Impracticable, not for
want of water, but because . toe cnsnnei is too
crooked for a Vessel of her immense length.
Captain Comstock thinks -that as a passenger
ship, tho Great EatUm might be run between
New.York anil some Eiropean port with profit,
because she would not necessarily draw too
much water to enter the harbor, if she carried
little or no freight, or a dopot might be formed
for her the other side of Hellgate, which after
all would be as noar New York as many ships
approach to the head of London.
"A ltrgs number of the stockholders arc di
rectly interested in the Grand Trunk Railroad,
and of course would perfer to have the ship run
to Portland. Other directors are India mer
chants, and desire, if she shall prove commer
cially as well as practically successful, to make
her one of the regular line of paokota to India.
"They talk of building five more steamers
of similar monster proportions, for tho India
trade; but of courje that will depend upon the
success of the first groat experiment.
"On the whole, it is probable that the ship,
will bo run regularly to this port."
Additional from China.
NEW YORK, September 27.
A letter from China to ' the iem,i:j lUt
asserts that the English fleet attempted to as
cend the wrong mouth of the river, while the
Chinese deputies were waiting for them at the
right plaeo. ' ' '
' The writer also say? that the commercial
men in Shanghai all deprecate the hasty and
ill-advised proceedings of tho English. . r
Tho Jerald's corrospondont on board the U.
S. steamer Powhatan, in a letter dated July 3,
(jives the following account of the relations ex
isting between the Chinose and the present
American Minister: " '
"Last Wednesday (June 80) the Torquan
went in search of another entranoe to the river
Pehio, and returned daring the day with the
report that they had landed with an interpreter
at a small town near a stream, and just had
time to give the Minister's letter to a Chinese
official, when a troop of mounted cavalry was
discovered galloping toward them, some thou
sands strong. All hands very naturally took
to 'Shank's mares' aBfast as thoy could carry
themselves to the boat, returned and made a
report of their failure, which oreated some mer
riment. It was given np for a certainty that
John Chinaman was not going to receive Mr.
Ward. Yesterday, however, at eight A. M.,
two largo junks loaded with produce came
within a short distance of us and anohored.
A small boat, lowered from one of the junks
and having on board a Chinoso official bearing
an answer to our Minister's letter, immediately
camo alongside. The answer was in the high
est degree favorable. It seems the party who
landed from the Tonuan had been mistaken
for the English, and the cavalry which chased
them to their boat was part of a guard four
thousand strong, which was to havo escorted
Mr. Ward to Pekin, and had been waiting sev
eral days in expectation of his daily arrival.
Tho' produce, a present for our Minister, con
sisted af nineteen hogs, nineteen sheep, thirty-,
thrco sacks of flour, ninoteen sacks of rico, be
sidos ducks, chickens, gocse, eggs and vegeta
bles in great quantities.
. "Tho answor to his letter staled that this
commicsioner would send a pilot to bring his
Bhip up the river eight miles.
"A great deal of correspondence has since
passed between the officials, tho British men-of-war
in close proximity."
The International Cricket Match.
MONTREAL, September 26.
Tho International Cricket Matoh has been
resnmed to-day. The game was stopped at
twilight, tho sua shining in the faces of the
batsmen, with four wickets to fall on the side
of the Canadians. -England's first innings
were 117; Canada's second innings, 43. Tho
Englishmen are to play in tho morning to
make 12 on their seoond innings.
The 22 are laughed at by their friends, who
botjtwo to ono on the 22 of the St. George's
Club. Tho English 11 play splendidly, and It
is a perfect picture to see them; it il believed,
however, that they will find their equals in the
22 at If oboken. There were 0,000 persons on
the ground, and the military band played somo
fine selections during the day. There were
many Indies, military officers and heads of de
partments present as witnesses to the match.
Tho plav wa$ resumed at rum n'clnnlr tn.Hny,
Kiln joining bmith, who was in last night.
Smith was bowled by Parr for 17 runs, which
were got by very pretty play. The remainder
of the score stood: Smith b. Parr 17 runs; Ellis
b. Parr 2 runs: Prior and Collin b. Parr 1 run;
Tilstono, not out, none; making tho total of
Canada Twenty-two'sinnings 63 leaving the
Eleven of England 3D run to get to win. They
wore obtainod with the Iosb of 2 wiokots, tho
score standing, Lockyer b. J. Smith 10; Hay
ward and Bonner b. J. Smith 17; Coffin, not
out, 4; Diver, not out, 1; byes 2; runs 57 ; to
Montreal, Ifoon. The cricketers are just
going on the ground to finish tho play. An
exciting match has been fixed for to-morrow
between the six of all England and the six
of tho United Canada Clubs, by each party
choosing five others from among the outside
The Revolution in Venezuela.
BOSTON, September 27.
A file of the St. Thomas Tidf nde to Soptemr
ber I, received at tbis port, contains an im
portant document, showing the terriblo con
dition of aifdira in Vonezuela, whero a war of
races, fanned by political and military aspi
rants, is rapidly depopulating that country.
The document in question is an appeal for pro
tection from the foreign Consuls at Ciudad, Bo
livia, to the Governors of the Frenoh, English
and Danish West India Islands.
In the appeal the Coi iuls say that the con-
toBt now going on is not ono of ordinary revo
i lution, having for its object a political end;
I but, on the contrary, tho motto now is, vio-
lenco, death and pillage. The acts of atrocity
committed by these vandals aro, tbey say, so
numerous that it would he difficult to enu
merate them. In tho provinces of the inte
rior, whole communities with their inhabi
tants have disappeared. Nothing but foreign
intervention will save the country from en
NEW YORK, September 27.
Tho Knies's Washington correspondent
says : Tho report thnt President. Mora' de
signed returning to Costa Rica and appealing
to tho jicoplo is without foundation. Ho re
mains in Now York to await news from home.
Instructions will be sent to Mr. Dimctry
ou tho 5th of October, directing him to recotr-
nize at once the new covernmcut and oneu
negotiations for the settlement of American
IntimationK received in diplomatic circles
here would justify the belief that England
and France will ajjain bo allied in a terrible
war, und that China will be inado to sudor
severely for her lato attack upon the English
troops. The rumnr that Russia had a iiuxcr
in it is fully credited.
It is believed that Major Cross's case will
be disposed ot tins week. ,
The St. Louis Fair.
ST. LOUIS, September 27.
The number of visitors at the fair to-day
estimated uv,(inu. in tue ring there were
thirty -six roadsters and stallions. , The fa
mous horse " Silver Heel," owned by (Jen.
bingleton, of Quincy, III., took the first pre
mium. A large number af Devon, Ayrshire,
Hereford, and Aldorney cattle was also exhib
ited. The prizes wore fairly distributed auiong
the various States represented.
The art department is fall, and attracts much
attention. It contains soreral gems and
number of fino spirited pictures by old masters.
The weather to-day has been clear and de
lightful. Vast crowds of strangers continno
to arrive from all parts of the country. -
WATERTOWN, N. Y., September 27.
yet Professor La
mountain or Mr. Haddock, who made a bal
loon ane.enswn from here on tho 221 inst.
Much alarm is felt for their safety. Their
; course when lent Boon was north-east.
Arrival of the Moses Taylor.
NEW YORK, September 27.
.Thoirtoauship Mont? Taylor, has arrived
with the (jalifornia menial of the rth instant
and over 2,000,000 in gold, llcr advicos
have boon, anticipated by tho Tehuantepoc
steamer oiNow Orleans; .. . . .
Tho Mkn Taylor brings $2,042,388 in
specie., iho vobscI wng grounded in the en
tranoe of-he harbor of Key West, during an
hour of utonse darkness and storm, incon
sequonceof the light at tho light-houBe at
that pout being extin iruished.
Pennsylvania State Fair.
PHILADELPHIA, September 27.
Tho 3tato fair ground was well to
day. The em try-book is nearly filled, a large
number of entries having been made to-day,
and nearly every stall is occupied. Tho cat
tle stills are occupied by splendid specimons
of all descriptions, and there are sonie.vory
fine fUIl-blood horses on exhibition. " The
regular playing of the steam and hand en
gines for the prizes will commenco to-morrow
afternoon about sixteen companies will
compete. Tho city ia orowded with visitors,
every train bringing in large additions.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
ST. LOUIS September 27.
' Tho overlapd mail,1 whith dates to the Oth
instant, arrived hero to-night.
' The Los Angelos Vineyard ot the 6th inst.,
learns that Major Armstead had ooncluded
peace with the Mojave Indians on their re
linquishing all claim to the valley in the im
mediate vicinity of Fort Mojave. '
NEW YORK. September 27.
The concluding regatta of the New York
Yacht Club has come oil'. Throe schooners
of the first-class and two sloops, the MaUry
and Narraganutt, sailing. Tho prizos, fifty
dollars each, were won by the Zing and tho
two sloops above named. ,
Later from Santa Fe.
ST. LOUIS, September 27.
" Tho Santa Ee mail, with dates to the 13th
hist, reached Independence to-day. Otero
has been rc-clected to Congress by 2,500 ma
jority. Serious difficulties are apprehended
with tho Indians in tho vicinity of Allison's
Ranch, in consequenco of the abandonment
of that trading post.
MADISON. IND., September 27.
the steamer Belle Creole, lying noar the
;Marind Railroad, was, burnod at noon to-dny.
.The cabin is an entire loss. : The hull is not
imatoriaUy injured. .
Arrival the City of Baltimore.
NEW YORK, September 27.
. Tho steamer City ' Baltimore, from Livor
pool on the 14th inst., ai rived here tbis
morning. Ilor advices have boon antici
pated. 1 J : ' 1
PITTSBURG, September 27—M.
River four feet three inohes by the pier mark
and falling. Raining.
ST. LOUIS, September 27—M.
River continues to rocedo at this point at
tho rate of two inches in . twenty-four hours.
All thouppor streams are falling. Weather
clear and warm.
LOUISVILLE, September 27—P. M.
Rivo'r stationary, with six feet eight inches
iu tho canal and four foot eleven inches on
tho falls. '
PITTSBURG, September 27—P. M.
River unchanged since noon. Weather
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
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Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Ac,
Wlwenty-fivo cents jer bottle's
GEO. II. Dl.fcON, Dmggint,
aiUKI-cm Corner of Finn and Maiu-atreeta.
Opposition County Ticket.
I'or Judge of tho Court of Common Flcun:
VM. M. DIXON.
For Biwtorof County Inflrtnarj:
B. t. MUOHMORK.
For Members of tho Statu llourd iif diualicHliou:
JOHN F. TORBKNCK,
' BAMIEL B. KKY8,
Kr Oouuty Ooiumtfwloner:
JOS. 8. BOSS.
For Justice of the l'ec:
- V. H. MARTIN,
Opposition State Ticket.
Fur State Senators: '
W. S. BUIIKOWES, '
W. L. LEOKA.HD,
For State Representative:
T)r. W'M . B. D A Vlf ,
JKl'THA "GARRARD, '
JOHN M. CQCHUAN,
JOSEPH CILIiEY. iwp.7
i II. R0WIKAMP IS A CAtfDI-
fnto for re-election to the ottlre of Justice, ot the
i. A DIES' SHELL TUCK-
COMES. Juat received, a further itinnlvof
entirely new pntterui, by
BUl.ija fAljlUKn, Agent,
sep2Mf No. 36 Wait Fourtli-atreut.
COSMETIO LOTION la the ireat tritlri tin-
ritter of tho age. If your face, hands, foot, arms,
legs, or other parts of your person aro diseased, this
Lotion will cure you by a few nppllcatlona. An ex
perienceof twelre.yeara haa proved thia fact. '
Dvuun rajjiucn, agent,
No. M Went Fourtli-atreet.
&tj? WATBIt preferred by many to tho bent
imported article. It in elegantly put up in bottlea of
various alzea; also. In plain bottles, to replenish those
of a more coatly character.
SOLON PALMER. Agent,
aspM-tf Manufacturer and Importer of I'erfuniory.
PALMER'S EXTRACT OF
TtlVSE 'QKRANIUM ia conxlilnrMl tatv
fine by every one that ban tried It. Lovers of fine
Perfumery aro Invited to call and teat its good quali
tlce. HOLON PALMK1I, Agent
Mannlacturerand Importer of Perfumery, .
sepM-tf No. .'Hi West Fourth-atreet.
fltffjtf'- I. O. O. F. THE REGULAR
aftS Quarterly mooting of Amcri- ., ,
can laidg No. 170, I. O. O.T., will be -'afci.v
bald at the Hall T11I8 (WediieadayJV,?
EVRNINfi, September 28, for the pay- sf,jZg&'
mentofdnes. Membcriwlliboprompt '
in their attendance.. , JOHN K. BEES,
BepM-a' ., Per. Uecrutary. -
VOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
nio rA.vAliiation of real eitato. aa returned
by Hie District Ameanora, ia now open for examina
tion, at tho County Auditor's offlco, to which atten
tion ia directed. If siiycomplulnt ia to bo made, tbe
..n.o.imniH iialn vritlni. and Drnvioua to tho fourth
Uoudayin Ootober, ISiV, after which uo complaint
will be received.
Byonier of XUtim
. .acir.tt ' Auditor.
Tlmea, Enquirer, Gaetto, Oonimercial, Volkablatt
aUU V VIMHUUU. .VJ.j
KENKBUl'S MEDlCAIi DIS.
iwi VKRY Ih acknowledavd 1'V themost em
inent physicians, and by Ilia most caretul drnaglsts
throughout the United States, to bo the most effectual
blood-purl tier over k nown, and to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent cures, than
any preparation known to tho profession. Scrofula,
HaltKheuin, Jryatpols,8caliMiead, scMly rniptiom
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a faw bottles, and
i.. ..,,,.. .....tared to fall airmai l and viuor. lull
nnd explicit directions for lliocureof ulcerated aore
legs, nml other corrupt aud running ulcers. Isgiven in
;.. !,..mi.mt lth.1Mih bottle. For sale by .1011 JJ D.
l'Vliri. slilBH, UOKSTBIN & O0.,and GKOUQE
U. DIXON, rricofl. st'pl'J-iy
"llOMMtKlKlK-lu Now York, on Tliurwlny morn.
In, Sopt.-mlKT 2-2, Ollvor J., noil dl Charles nnd
Amelia llnldroUxu, used 2 yoain and U u)'.
- - '. . i l- L ' -"
T17AR! WAR M-WK ARB RECEIVING
w dally, by Lightning Exprcw.S
throush In -M lioiirn. William B. Stultht-T
J fv. u ...ii....l u..iu.i Jn......
which we aro acMinaat uimreepdeuted
low priree, by CaM) or Cam. Di'Mlera and fHiulliflH
wanting a very lurga Oyster au-1 fresh lrom ilia
water, will Bonn m tuuir orcicr. ,
JOHN NAIRN. Aitont, .
sopH-rui Ko.uOBIxth-ati'ivt, CiucluiiHti.
Mayor's Proclamation. ;
SlAVOH'SOrviOK, OlTV OF I'lRflrNNAtl,! '
, tSi'ptcniiier ai, i '!. j
IN l'CUSUANCE OF A KEitoLUTIOX
ailoptwl by tho City Connoil on the Ttb inm., no
ticola tieruby ulwn to the nl mora of the city of Cin
cinnati, thai an election will behold on the lllhday
of October next, (aceond Tueeilay) for tha purpw. of
Hoctlng two Muxiatratra to liil the placa ol K. 1(.
Jlowckamp, Emi.. and Diiviil Fisher, Kscj., wlioae
torm or office ejplrca on the 'Jth of December, IH.W.
SkThel'olla will be hold at the places of holding Sjtato
Elections and opened hot wren, tho hour of ti nnd 7
o'clock ia tho uioiuiug, and cloied at 6 o'clock in tha
filvon under my hand nnd tho Corporate
. t Seial of aald Oity, thii 2fith day of Sopte niner,
PAL. Jlm U. Jtt.BlSllOP.
'v' op29-f Mayor.
URNING FLUID AND CAMMENU.
A oonatant supply uluuya on hand by
, , H, HA
ItTLKTT & CO..
16 Wat 1'ront-strvet.
XOAL OIL AND FLUID LAMPS. A
W largo atock of all variotiea, tor snl at iviat and
B. BA ItTLKTT A 00..
a West Front-street.
12)1 brls. Linaeed Oil;
- brls. I,ard Oil, Xos. 1 and ;'; . ...
10 brla. Whale Oil;
111 brla. Elephant Oil; . .
iii) brla. Klah and Tanners' Oil ;
110 brla. llesln (Ml;
lotl brla. Cotton Meed Oil.
Keutafoot, Uaator, Sweet, M nrhinnry. Coal uml othsr
Oils. Eoraaloby . B. BAltTLETT A CO.,
aepZH-at I'.S West Eront-atroot.
COAL OIL LAMPS. THE SUBSCRIBER
haa lust received, from Boston, an entire new
aaaortuiont of Coal Oil Lnmpa and Improved biirnors,
preventing the smoke, so much of an annoyance to
conanmers. Also, tho host article of Burning Oil
ever offered In this market, free froumnnkeorsuiell,
O. A. SMITH,
Agent for Manufacturers,
No I Cottage Buihliu;!,
w;p2.S-aui Wulnut-st., bet. Fourth and I'lflli.
Wonder of the World! ;
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SlJIU
LATINO BALSAM cures, without fail, pains
in the Dream. Uncn, Slilo or Llinlw; C'oulia, Coldn,
HoarsencHa, Difficulty ol lirea'hiiig.llenducbe, Flat
ulency, Ileartbnru, Cbronio lthetinmtimn, Ilillloua
Cholic, (JranipCholic, Grilling Paina ot tho Bowels.
Dullnesa, Stupor, Inantivity, Loss of Appetite, and
in Painful Menstruation It la a certain cure, and
f lives immediate relief. In anyof tboabovo iliaeasea
t will giro relief la twenty minntoa, und a perma
nent cure by the wo of to bottles. Only .'o coats
per bottlo-so cheap that every person can get It.
To bo had of F. D. HILL, Driutgiat, corner of Kaco
and Fifth-streota; and BDWaUD B0ANLAN OO.,
nrugnista N. E. corner of Main and Fourth-atreota;
or 01 IlBIGHAJl & CO., Miinutactnreu, ho. -J4 Kaat
Eonrth-atrcet, Cincinnati, O. aop-7 "Y.
' 1 0,000 JtEWAltU!
j ADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUK'D
i.vj. at but Just what the I.iidlea hiivo long needed
and looked for in vain, the I' (erino l.lixlr.
Tho Dloiino Kllxir is warranted to cure nil dis
eases of a t'torinu Nature; Jnllammatio of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and tbe Urethra,
Prolnpsua or Falling of the Womb, Painful Morii-trn-ation.ChloroMia,
Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect cure
ia guarranteed by the use of from two to llvo bottles
of tho Kllxir, of any disease whatever of tho Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of tiialu or female, no
matter of bow longstanding. Price $1 per Bottle.
To l bad wholesale and retail, or V. 1 Hill,
Srnggisl, comer of Fifth and llace-atreets; anil
Edward Sean Ian, Druggist, corner of Main and
Fourlli-Hfroots. and Brigham 4 Co., No. SI East
I'mirth-Htreol, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Madame KLLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card of ono of the most prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati. .
"To TllSf ri BLICAKIITllE I.ADII'.S IN FAHTK'l.'lAa.
W'e, tboiInderaiKaeil, aro not in the habit of giving
onr namo to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
lady Physician, and theincdlcluo culled tho I lerluo
Elixir, we nhevrfnlly recommend It to all females
snfforiDg from Female Diseaaoa of auy kind; it is
purely vegetable, and iu no case can do injury; wo
any 10 uu irj , anu our wow lor ir, youwiiinnd re
lief. E. 1). MILL, Drogiriat,
aep27 "Corner of Fifth anil Rari'-atioi'ts
Dress Hals at Four Dollars!
1T0U WILL FIND THEM SUl'ERIOR TO
JL any In tho oily at tho same price.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
No. 140 Main-street,
0NK DOOR BELOW V0UBT1I.
rfllilE PUBLIC IS RESPECTFULLY
-- informed that there la now a Shooting Unllury
and ttaloon at No. 2i West Fifth.Rrr,.t. iwi.rnnH
atory, ) between Main and Wiilniit-atreeta. ser.'6-a'
Perfamery and Toilet Articles.
Ei VRT' VARIETY OF CHOICE PER-
JLJ FlJ M E UY, Toilet Articles, 4o conslalliiuof
nnir viim, jiair ionics, jixtracts lor tuo JiunoKer
chief, Pomades, Hair Dvos. Colognes, Bay Hum,
Cosmetic a, Lin Salves, Cold Creams, Tooth Powders,
Tooth Washes, Toilet Boaps, Totlet l'owderj, Jtc.,
.v. naiu iiv . .
blllBE, ECKSTEIN & CO., Druggists,
'"pg'i-o Onposite the Postolllce.
T1MI 3 REMEDY FOR BRUISES, CUTS,
. B; jrns, Scalds, Rhenmatie Pains, Ac. , is iiurl
yaled. lityory tamily should have it at band for uso
iu cusw ol ucomeuis. rreparea ana lor Hale uy
SUIBE, ECKSTKIN A CO.,
''py-0 ' Oppohltetha Vostofflce.
F0II MAKING HARD OR SOFT SOAP,
HnfteilitlC Water. c. Tim nrneau. r in.kli.o
noapwr.iu ioi uey is so easy, ana the economy 10
a, lie by
gutii, uu uvuseaeejn-r Slioilio oewir.noilt It. J!Or
BUIBK, ECKSTEIN 4 !0
wpposue ma I'nsronire.
Calabria Liquorice.' .
CASES CALABRIA LIOUORICE.
'viira quaiuy. recoivea anu tor sale Dy
aepWsCj Opposite tha PostolWce,
Ifk BARRELS REFUTED BORAX UE-
I'tiivKii anil for aale hr
bUIUE. E0K8TEIN A CO.,
Gum Shellac. :
K CASES GUM 6IIELLAC RECEIVED
nnd lor sale by
bUIKE, ECKSTEIN ft CO.,
. sopjii-o OppositetitPiwtofllce
,WM. A. KING'S "
X ERR O JT'S SEMINARY BUILDING
MM. Keveiitli-troet,lietneoii Waliiiitund Vino, ClU'
cinnati. Ohio. Evenina Class Conimcuolnir aiondav.
.2ittbinst. llook-k(alnir tunsht as annlied toeruni
department of trade. ViislneasanilOruumnnlnl Pen-
macs 111 p. uatt ana examine specimens, ie pi I a rat
WO. 278 MAIN 8TRKET. BETWEEN
J. SfXTII AND HKVENTII. illanunLelnrce .,,,1
Iin DOTler of Soaps, rerfurcery and Fanry Oooila. baa
just riHJeivuu, ier Biituir, a iuv 01 I UTW niouuiaes.
Ulgt r uascs, urisues, conmi, I'orntmei y, lleot Jl
rowaind Fancy Coodi of all descriptions; also a co
nleto Mstortmoiit of Handkerchief Extracts, which
lie is prepareo to sell at a tlgtire lower lliaa any other
ileabrin tho city. Also, rucoived this day from Now
York- a lariro lot of David's Minn und illack Wrilina
and larklug inks which the subscriber will tin abln
to sell "it manufacturer s prices. JoMbora 'and ra
tallera will pleaieeall iu and eiamnio before pur
All Undsof Extracts at '
i 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Bern euibor tbe placa, ; , :.
278 Main-it., Bet. Sixth ami Seventh.
'tepal ' : '
OLITE OIL.-AN ASSORTMENT OF
the very finest brands of this artlolo always on
hand, comprising tee following: Bartnu Atiuertler'a
Bordeaux oil, and UellneBorieauxOII. Also, Plag
niora and. liacigalupl's, in various sized bottles. ,
..... . JoHif FliltUOdON.Oiwer,
cr 21 ' ' Ooruor Ninth and Vliio-itrcoti,
. i-i and m 1 v"''l i' ff it
T if. :i
fllUK UtTDKUKIUNED, OF
M. lloliaeot . .
GILMOHE & BRfJ f ftWHTOSP, M S
Haiiiiooimonied liuainisnhdorthe'hWvw Ilihiiiaiii " .
AtNos. T and 9 Thlrd'-Klrcet, (Tyoiit Cnaii"' ' ' 1
. "unnlr'UnlMlng.)" '4.im"
-..- -f "
', I (
ELECAN'jr,' 1?SPLAV W',
Velvet FIquiicd Robes, ,.,
1 ' r ,1
, VOJ1 t a ; I , ,
..; ' , 1 ' .; '.' .-yl-l ,i,;t
FANCY AND WUITK SILK KOUESr ,
. i'i I
: .. ?i'-iHtf?i X',. i" .rt aor."
" ' just Reived irom
New York Auction Sales.
H '!"! ft .
Eor Lai I lea and 11 isfon.'
VEILS, NUBIES ; ,
'I'l I it -t'ANDr H
Einlii'oitlercd Velvet Cloakg;
CltitU Clonks; ItalaiiN; Dustei v
. AMI AM. TI1K XKVf STVl.KS IIF
SILKS! SILKS !
At 87JaC. ami $1 per yard.
D031ESTICS Amy IANEN8
In this department wo have a desirable stock ol'
And we offer there lo Housekeepers at iliii oinmouly
low rr!cev''l "I i ' 1 ' ' I " 1. '
"Woolen Dress Goods, &c.
PLAIN AND PRINTED MERINOES AND
DELAINES; PARIS PLAIDS, VA
LERIAS AND POrLINS.
31 E K I NO i V$ 1K I l-WK A It
ISellingnt Cost, for Ludios, Gents und Ohililrtii,
TIIK NEW HTVLE OF
CEM HOOP SKIRTS !
Entirely new in stylo aud finish, jiut received
' i from tho muunfaotory.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
, .1 1 1 1 . .1.11! ' t', 1. 1 I ,
74 West Fourth-street. M
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPEUA-nOUSI.
laepMtM'Wft FJ , i; 1
Any Htylotif fli'BlONcnnbeHctur ltenrtvrlllt .
.1: 1 thin Improvement.
AS THE MERITS OP THIS VAL
lIAitl.K Improvnmont have been fully estab.
Milled in this city und vicinity by over FIVE TIIOU
SAMU who have used It tho past Iwo winters, we
presume it is only neces.nry to remind all who da
lro Kt'oMo.M v and coMVoitr that tbe season to propara
for winter hns arrived, mid thnt it would bo well tn
havo their tiratsa reset before tho Fai.Ii IIoi'mk- xkas
INo commences; the sooner it Is done tho hotter.
Our workmen leave no dirt; there is uo necessity of
removing carpets or riirnlture.
Any communication through mail will rorolvs
prompt attention, and descriptive Circulars will be
eont gratis il'deaiiod. f .... , ,, , A ...
ticeit, wlicix the Potent Stove iimy be seen.
4. II. KV.VNik CO., FroiiretoiH.
Or J. DLAKELV, Geuornl Agent. HopM
NOTICE f 0 clTRMTORS.
T1IIE UNDERSIUNED ARE PREPARED
. to deliver In Cincinnati, iii any nantities,
LiMFsrtlN K of the best quality, from two inches
to two foot thick. Vi e have tha
Best Limestone HuAi'ricx
In tho West, anil will make it to tile Interest of
parties using Curb-atone, Flag-atono. Crm, Walk
anaOultsi'.stone.Uiipaand Hills, aterTuble, Knnge-
stone, Alonuinent llusss, Ac,, In correspond with lie
null iwirn uiu prv'Tji uuvnrjii, uiiiiiini v
Mpmifirti i f.UKojifl'.'Ul.Rlglilimfl.Cjufm.Oblo.
It- - It ITll.- T." II lilIVI All K. fCX