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. . CINCINNATI:
The Woodward Re-union.
To-day many of our active, useful men are
buys again. They are reminded of thoir
Woodward High-school days reminded of
thoir youthful association, their sports, their
play-grounds, tbeir old teachers and the great
patron of the school, the worthy Woodwabd
himself. It was a laboring man, the nover-to-bo
sufficiently esteemed William Wood
ward, who, whoa the State was struggling to
initiate a systom of Free Sohools, common to
the children of all ranks in the State, this Cin
cinnati pionoor, the humble tanner, the man
who drove his own oart in daily work before
tho High School be himself endowed that
started for the people's childron of Cincinnati a
noble common and elassioal school, which, like
the running waters of a cleft rook, has been
blessing our city with its elevating influences.
Woll may those who obtained instruction by
this laboring man's bounty honor the anniver
sary day. Tax-payers, tho fund for sohools
is annually lossened by tho rents of the Wood
ward real estate, and the whole city has boon
benefltod by tho schools. i Pupils from afar
arc in attendance to-day to honor the memory
of Woodward.' Kick a lively foot-ball to-day,
boys, and drink a bumpor to-night in joyful
remembrance of the good man Woodward,
The West End—The Street Railroads.
We advlso our mechanic readers to avail
themselves, in time, of opportunities to pro
cure themsolvos comfortable homes cheap on
the outskirts fof the city particularly in the
West End. . The day is not far distant when
the corporation of Cincinnati will extend to
Cumminsville and wo now favor tho enlarge
ment of the boundaries and, as sure as you
are reading and we writing, there will be a
thrifty population of great numbers before
lnnny years on both sides of a street railroad,
which will be traveled by commodious oars up
the Mill Creek Valloy toward Carthage. Se
cure for yourselves now, is the advice of the
1'emht Press, a spot of ground for a home,
and access to it before another year will be as
easy as it now is for one working down town
to reach Freeman-street. All is not revealed
to us, but the glimpses that wo catch of the
future groatness of Cincinnati lead ns to watoh
its dawning in the West End.
Tbo Dayton Journal came to us yestorday in
new clothes, looking as glad as our friend
David, of that estimable paper did when he
donned his first "buzziin" pin. Glad to see
such indication of prosperity. Go on with
your printin', boys. .
The Dayton papers complain that citizen
Latta did not pay them a visit and exhibit his
machine, as they had been led to expect. Don't
be in a hurry, he is bound to be there.
II, Q. Armstrong hasretired from the Hills
borough (O.) Gazette, and been succeeded by
Frank Seaman, one of the former proprietors.
Tho firm now is Logan ASkaiias.
A. D. Richardson, roported seriously ill at
Fort Smith, Arkansas, it roported convalescing.
Wo oro glad to hear it. Wonder if his sick
ness1 can be attributed to change of diet from
Kentucky beef to "Aackansaok" hog and
No (Jrkat Shakes of an Editor. The fol
low of the Evansville Enquirer says:
Wantbsd. A stout, able-bodied, sober, in
dustrious, middle-aged man to do our shaking
whilo our "agar" is upon us. "A man in good
condition," who has been vaccinated and bat
bad the measels. andbrinss cood recommends-
tions, can have constant employment by apply. I
ing at this office.
Editors up our way "face the music," and
tako all the shaking that is duo them.
- - !,
arThe Boston Put, in its weekly roportof
liuanco and trade, says:
Any quantity of money can be had at six
por cent, and a commission on the right sort of
paper. The banks, however, have no difficulty
iu gotting moderate exchange on foreign pa
per at six to seven per cent. The demand for
credit is steady and considerable, but not press
ing. Outside the rates are very irregular upon
anything but notes of high repute. Even
loans that would be readily accopted by banks, if
offered by a sound customor, pay eight or nine
per cent, in the street, and loans on stocks of a
fancy kind pay twelve and upward, notwith
standing broad margins and the salablencsB
of the collateral, at somo nrico or othor. The
large brokors borrow easily at six to sovon per
cent., but do not lend under twelve, in the gen
pAOii'ic Mail Costbact. "Ion," tho Wash
ington correspondent of tho Baltimore fun,
lays: ' ' ' ' I
The last mail for the PaciDo has bcon taken
under iho old Panama mail contraot, and we
are soon to see whether D. M. Johnson or Van
derbilt & Co. are to take the mails for the next
nine months. The latter will transport them
by Panama for the presont, should the John
son contraot fall through; but tho Nicaragua
transit will, it is now said, be, in that case,
toon opo'ned by Vanderbilt. This is the most
favorable prospect for the re-opening of the
Nicaragua transit that has been afforded for
torn time. .
IUsults or tub State Fair. Tho Zauos
ville Courier says:
' ; The State Fair is ovor, and it is a relief to
.us. that it is so. The Board of Management,
as we aro informed, agreed last night in tho
opinion that the receipts would pay all ex
penses and loavo something ovorl Thoy fur
ther agreed that, with a ainglo exception,
inn -renin Ktate t air naa neen tno most sue
oemtui exhibition, taken altogether, ever
Mid in Ohio.
Dwastkm to our Navt. The Natinnnl In
telligtucer publishes a statement, collected from
aathentie data, exhibiting all the disasters that
have happened to our naval marine from the
year 1768 to law. Of these one frigate, seven
sloops, six brigs, thirteen schooners, one small
steamer, one gun-boat and one pilot-boat, in
all thirty vessels, have been lost; three frigates,
four sloops, six brigs, nine schooners, in all
twenty-two vessels, eaptured; four ships burnt
at Washington to prevent tbeir falling into the
hands of the enemy; two ships, one steamship
ana one schooner navo been accidentally burnt
oae steamship, one schooner and one hulk
Mewa up making in all sixty-threo disasters
f famous kinds.
Mmri ne veteran Charles Stewart, senior
eraser of tho United States Navy, on Tuesday
resumed tho aommand ol the 1'iiiladcl
A Gigantic Swindle.
In our own country swindling oporalions
arc occasionally hoard of, anil Unit in the
caaoof the New Haven llailrond will long
bo remembered. In England also thore has
been some marvellous demonstrations of
financial ability, and now in Scotland thero
is a case which is attracting much attention.
In 1773 there was established at Curron a
company for the production of iron from tho
ore, and its manufacture into different arti
cles. They not only made grates, stoves nnd
other articles of domestic use, but also im
plements of war. Tho original capital was
only 150,000, raised by shares of 250. As
ovidonco of the prosperity of the company,
it is said that in 1S47 700 was not nn ade
quate price for a sharo. By sonio manage
ment the control of tho company was kept
la tho Dawson family until tho year 1850.
It is now alleged that this family took such
good care of their own interests as to noglcct
Ibnt of the company.
It is olaimed by the prosocution that thoy
"cooked" the accounts that they put the af
fairs of tho company in a false light. They so
managed the balance sheets as to make the
result bad when it was in roality good, their
object being to got as much stock as possible
in their own hands. It is said that since 1813
the aocounts of the company havo never boon
properly examined that the profits havo been
systematically understated, and every thing
dons to mako the stockholders believe that tho
business was not nourishing. The Dawions so
managed this that botween 1820 and 1838 the
(iMttunl amount of profits retained from the
stockholders was 17,000. The consequenco
wat that the shares of tho Company wont
down Instead of up, nnd the Dawsons always
oontrived that some member of thoir family
should purchase the shares offered for sale.
L'nliko other swindlers, they did not wish to
represent thoir company as successful when it
was not so, but tbey wiahod to concoal its
flourishing condition. Well, things wont on
pretty smoothly, the shareholders now and
then asking for accounts, until finally a dis
sension took place in the Dawson family. Tho
consequence of this was thot aftor the death of
Mr. Joseph Dawson in ISjO, the sum of
316,000 was accounted for tbo company by
the other members of the family.
Tbo allegations against tho Dawsons nro
made in a suit against the company brought
by a shareholder, who in tho yoar 1857 sold
twenty shares at tho rato of 700 por shnro,
and which wero bought by the Dawsons. 13o
lioving, from the developments mado sinco tho
sale, that be was induced to soil his shares
upon the mis-stalemonts of tho ollicers of tho
company,' tho shareholders wish the sale an
nulled, and to be replaced in bis original posi
tion. Tho wholo affair is unprecedented, and
whatever may be tho issue, it would nppoar
that for a long term of years the shareholders
wero ignorant of the financial position of tho
company. The moral likely to bo drawn from
tho of the Dawsom, is one similar
Wine, Woman and Horses.
This is the sub-heading or nn article in
Thursday's New York Tribune, relating to
tho embezzlement of over $00,000 by a trans
fer clerk of the Fulton Bank, New York a
"last" yoang gentleman, who had a salary
of $1,000 a year, and, therefore, had not even
tho excuse that he was badly paid. His
father is a gentleman of property and char
acter, who has been cashier of the bank since
its establishment, thirty-five years ego. Tho
young man, named William J. Lane, jr., is
twenty-eight years old, and married to a lady
of great beauty and accomplishments. Tho
detection of his fraud was made by his own
father, tho cashier, who communicated it to
the directors at once.
As usual, in most mischief, a wnman was
at the bottom of it all. Laue paid $1,00(1 per
annum for a houso, which ho has most ex
pensively furnished, in which resided, under
his "protccticn," a young "lady" of nine
teen, with her mother and brother also living
there quite a family party, to whom f :),OUO
was allowed to keep house.
The Tr Unite says that among other trifles
which he "bestowed upon his fair t'eiualo
cq armor, was a diamond cross valued at$l,l)UU,
a pair of gold bracelets worth $500, five dia
mond rings, two pair of diamond ear-rings, a
gold watch and chain, innumerable silk
dresses, and several other slight tokens, with
which to captivate her youthful directions."
These to the value of $7,000 have been recov
ered. Lane had also a fine livery establish
ment, in which he kept four splendid steeds,
which cost ovor $0,000 one for which $1,300
had been paid in Maine and numerous equip
ages for summer and winter use. He had not
kept a yacht, from want of time, but " had a
fancy for lotteries, and on ono occasion de
voted $1,000 as the purchase of Email interests
in schemes of great promise. For two weeks
weeks in succession, he is represented to have
spent $250 a day of his feloniously obtained
hinds In procuring lottery tickets ; ana lor all
his capital thus invested, he only drew a single
prize of $,000."
He was known to have, bocause he was fro
quently seen in in the handsomest equipp.ige
In Now York drawn by the fastest horses that
ever kicked up the dust at 2:40 on the Blooin
ingdaleroad. lie luxuriated with his "lady
friend" in the richest luxuries of tho table and
tho rarest wines. lie was scon by the bank
directors dashing away as if he were a mil
lionaire, and when some kind of inquiry was
made, suspicion, if awakened, was lulled by
his reply that he bad a profitable New Jersey
agency, and had money by employing his leis
ure hours as a book-keopor.
The question arises aro not the bank direct
ors a great deal to blame in such cases as this,
for not being a little more observant of tho
outside lives of their employees? When a
transfer clerk constantly drives a team worth
$3,000, a carriage which may havo cost $700,
would it be justice or impertinenco to ascertain
now ne came by it; in a worn, is not tno
carelessness of tho employer a frequent tiro-
mlum upon tho olork's expenditures and sub
sequent breach of honesty?
Tub Wink Tbadu. Lotters from Oporto
state that tho existing crop of wino in Villa
Nova on tho 30th of June comprised seventy
seven thousand fivo hundred and oighty-thrce
pipos for gonoral exportation, and throe hun
dred ana sixty-eight pipes lor exportation
beyond the limits of Europe Thoro wero also
throe thousand sovon hundred and forty-seven
pipes of brandy. Of tho stocks of wine not
less than eigbteon thousand nine hundred and
sixty-seven pipos of 1858s and four tbousaud
fiva hundrod and sixty-six pipos of 185tVs and
1857s havo eomo down from tho Douro during
the present year, tho stook of wines and
brandies in Villa Nova on the 31st of Decem
ber, 1858, having been only sixty-four tkoa
sand five hundred and thirty-seven pipos. In
the Douro, on the 30th Juno, tho stocks coin
prised six thousand one hundred and fourteen
pipos of the vintage of 1858; two thousand five
nundrea ana sixty-six or other vintnuo, and
ninety-seven of second quality, making a total
of eight thousand soven hundred and icveuty-
Aovi.tkbation ok B bandy. Tho adulter a
Uon or brandy having proceodod to a groat
extent at Cognao, in the department of tho
Charente, the attention of the authorities has
been called to tho circumstance, ami ten of tho
onenaing parties navo been proseoutoa by the
.tribunal of Correctional Polico. Owing to
the malady in grapes and other causes, the
production of wine has decreased of late vears
which increased the demand for brandy, and
to meet it, some unscrupulous manufacturer of
the latter artiolo resorted to adulteration, by
nixing it with tho coarser kinds of alcohols.
Five of tho accused were acquitted ; the others
wero fined in various sums, varying from 50f. to
awn. oaon. . ,.
' SdTElisba Scofield, a Revolutionary soldier,
died in Jo&erson County, N. Y., a few days
ineo, ninety-five years old. II o was a nativo
of Bedford, Westohoslor County, whoro ho ro
mod until lSl, and for the rive previous
years was amid uisny of tho Uiout exciting
scenes ui tug iiovoiuuuu.
Dmcovrav. or Mowc Mammoth Tarns. A
grove of mammoth trees, even larger than
those of Calaveras, whioh have become so cele
brated as California wonders, has been discov
ered in an unfrequented part of Mariposa
County. The largest troe in the Calaveras
group was one hundred and five feet In circum
ference. In this more recently discovered
grove, a tree was found measuring one hundred
and fourteen feet in circumference. The grove
contains six hundred of these monsters none
others of them, perhaps, quite that large but
all of them of approximate proportions. These
trees grow on the south fork of Morced River,
about thirty miles southeast of the town of
Mariposa. One of the trees, one hundred feet
from the ground, has a olroumforence of sixty
six feet, and a branch measuring eighteen feet
9-The whole amount of publio land sur
veys, as returned to the United States tleneral
Land-office during tho year ending with Sep
tember 30, 1851), is as follows: 52,815 miles, or
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Official Advices form the Plains.
WASHINGTON, September 28.
Dittos from Arizona to the 8th inst. say that
an express had arrivod bringing news of tho
oomploto submission of tho Mohavo Indians by
Major Armstead. Thoy acknowledge a largo
numbor killed. Thoy surrendor a line tract of
land for tho uso of tho Government, and promiio
never again to molest tho whites. Maj. Arm
stead is on his way east on twelvo months'
Tho reports from Oouoral Clarko repre
sent tho Colorado Eiver as a inoro rcliablo
stream for navigation than tho Red River,
Missouri, Vpj'cr Mississippi or Minnesota.
Tho new stenmer Voeopa made tho trip from
Fort Yuma to Fort Mohavo, two hundred and
twenty-fivo miles, in five days, outtingher
own wood on tbo way. This trip demon
strates tho success of Lieut. Ives's oxloration
made Inst year. Tho Ovorland Mail Co'.s
station, sixty miles above Fort Yuma, was
robbed of all tho horses by tho Moxicauu.
Tho stalion-kcopcr was left for dead. A por
tion of tho Americans on tho Gila River had
determined to drivo oil' all Moxicaus on the
rivor on account of this outrage.
A collision had occurred, in whioh it is said
six Moxionns wero killed. There boing no
law or officers in Arizona, no arrests were
mado. The Mexican population at tho Clila
and Colorado Minos was much alarmed. .
Lieutenant Mowry's olootion as delegate
from Arizona was unanimous.
Out of three thousand votos, it is not known
that even one was against him.
A settlement of emigrants has commenced
on the San I'odro IUvor.
Tho Apaches have bcon very bad In their
depredations, and Colonel Rcevo, of Fort Bu
ahanan, has applied for roinforcomcnts.
Official Advices form China.
WASHINGTON, September 28.
The dispatches rocoived by the Government
narrate with groat minuteness the recont events
Flag-officer Tatnall says that the British of
ficer in charge of the gun-boats having visited
him, said nothing about aid, but bis silent ap
peal was powerful indood. During the few
moments he was on board the Poichattan he
would look anxiously at his Admiral and at
"After he left," contiuues officer Tatnall,
"I held a conversation with our commis
sioner, Mr. Ward. He agreed with me per
fectly that, under tho circumstances of our
position with the English, and tho aid tho
Admiral had tendered mo tho day before, I
could do no less than tow the boats to his ro
licf. I made tho offer, which was thank
fully tt.ml promptly noccpted. Whilo the
boats were making fast to tho hawsers which
I veered astern, I insisted on Mr. Ward go
ing on board one of tho junks for reasons
(and his suite leaving the Locy-Warn) which
will bo obvious. lie at first reluctantly
yielded and left us, but soon returned in ono
of the English boats, declaring that as tho
Loci- Warn was his home, and going under
lire with his approbation and concurrence,
ho would remain in her. I reluctantly
yielded to his gallant impulse."
Captain Tatnall towed the boats through
the British line to within a short distance of
the Admiral, whose ling was flying, whon,
casting them oil', he retired to the roar of tho
line and anchored for tho night. He took up
this position, as it might enable him to aid the
wounded, and, should tho boats be sunk, to
rescue their crews. In other words, to afford
all the aid consistent with neutrality.
. Having been informed by a British officer
that the Admiral was dangorously woundod,
Captain Tatnall went in a barge to visit him,
when, within a few feet of the Comorant, a
round shot struok the boat, killing the oox
swain, Mr. Hunt, of Brooklyn, New York, and
slightly wounding Flag-Lioutonant Trcnchard.
They reached the Comoraul before tho boat
was entirely sunk.
Captain Tatnall snys that tho Chinese com
missioners had previously notified Mr. Ward
of their arrangements, and requested him to
accompany tno liniisn and urensn ministers
to Poiho. To this he consented, thereby to a
certain extont assuming tho platform with tho
The sincerity of tho commissioner was much
doubtod at tho time.
The St. Louis Fair.
ST. LOUIS, September 28.
Tbo principal feature of the fair to-day was
the awarding of tho St. Louis prise number
ono, oi i-l,lHm, tor tno best tnorougb-brcd bull
of any age, whioh was takon by"DukeAirdne,"
owned by It. A. AloxandcT, of Woodford Coun
ty, Kentucky. This ring numbered fourteen
entries, embracing many of tbo noblest ani
mals in the country. The regular premium ef
frliiu tor luur-year-ola bulls, was awarded to
"King Alfred," owned by J. N. Brown, of
Sangamon County. Illinois.
bullions of all work, fiftv-six ontrios were
maao. ino urst premium was taken by "JJonry
Ulay, ' by "JJlack-hawK, owned by Bon. B
Harris, of Macon County, Missouri.
ibo woatnor continues delightful, and the
influx of strangers is incessant, Tho number
of visitors to tho grounds to-day is ostimatod
The btouin 1 iro Dopartmont mado its annual
parado to-day and visited tho fair grounds, and
elicited universal nduiiration by its splondid
display. To-morrow tho $1,000 prizo for the
uesi ronuaioranu stallion will bo awarded.
By the Southern Mail.
WASHINGTON, September 28.
( The Mow Orloans papers rooeived hj the
Southern mail state that commissioners, with
ready mono; and credit to a considerable ex
tent, had been appointed by tho Government
of Zacatoeas, and have) started for tho United
States to buy arms and munitions of war for
tho Liberals. 1 .
SPRINGFIELD, ILL., September 28.
Tho Semocratio Convention of tho Sixth
District to-day nominated lion. John A.
McClelland for. Congress.
. Kosoluttoni vforo adopted indorsing Doug
las's popular sovereignty.
New York Financial Matters.
NEW YORK, September 28—P. M.
are again lower, with increased busi
ness in the speculative shares. The transac
tions in New York Central are largo. The
oponing prioe showed considerable steadiness,
but as business progressed tho market ossumod
La hoavy aspeot, dosing at 81 ijX)&l, Mioh-
igan uonirui tjuiol but steady at vfhioh
price is bid at tho close. Illinois Central' sold
l'rooly at 07(6714. Hudson and Harlom with
out clianjjo. Pacifio mail vim strongest of the
speculative list, advauoing VA. Heading was
steady at H'Ai with modorato sales. Galons
was lLo heaviest of tho Western stocks, soiling
down to 73. Husk Island active and in de
mand at 07, the closing price of yestorday.
In railroad bonds thoro was an advance
uao pur ccut. in Drio socgud and Hudson
second. Illinois Contral Construotien fell !-.
With the exception of Missouri sixes, which
are 14 P" cent, lower) there were few ohangos
in State Stocks. Thore, were sales on sellers'
option of Unitod States fivos of 1874 at 102K
102, predicated probably upon anticipation
of a dlatnrbanoe in the money market. Money
is rather easier to-day, the demand having
Blackened considerably. The common rate on
oall is six per cent. Exceptionable transac
tions take place at 67. Discounts are
7(Tj,7 M.the outside figures for six months' bills.
The ;brio took $472,012 in specie.
Two steamers are up for Saturday, the
Ncu York for Bremen, and Borwria for Ham
burg. No bullion has been engaged, and
only a modorato amount will go forward.
Tho foreign nows by tho (Hrcwman at St.
John's is regarded as favorable. Tho bullion
in the Bank of England had increased
485,000. The principal feature of tho com
mercial intelligence is tho advancing tend
ency of breadstuff's, which is a welcome
change from tho stereotype phrase, "Bread
stuffs havo a declining tendency."
Tho largo movoniout of grain into Chicago,
as reported by telegraph, shows that the ef
fects of the lato storm had disnppcarcd.
Yestorday 180,000 bushels wore dolivered,
which is much larger than auyproviousday.
Thore is considerable excitement in tho Klour
market to-day, and low grades aro 108)1 5c.
higher. Tho local demand is good and the
stock unusually small for tho season. Choico
Wheat is also better, but Corn is heavy and
dull. Provisions gonorally aro quiet.
The Tea sale went off spiritedly, tho greens
showing an advance of 2o., and blacks l2o.
The whole catalogue was disposed of. Cattle
to-day again are lower, over 5,000 head beeves
have been received, and the average rate was
loss than 8c, the bighost prioe 9j)10o , the
lattor for only a vory few extra fino steers.
Drovers have met with heavy losses this week,
and it is said that somo will be obliged to sus
pond eperationB. To-day has boon tho most
disastrous wo havo seen lor many years.
LOUISVILLE, September 28—P. M.
River falling, with six feet three inches in
Opposition County Ticket.
for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas:
W41. 11. DIXON.
For Director of County lnlliniary:
E. h. MUCUMORE.
For Members of tbe State Board of Kiiuulizntiou:
JOHN F. TOBRKNCK,
SAMUEL B. KEYS,
KOBCKT HKDGElt, ,
I'or Coimlv Coimnlsiloiier:
'J , JOS. S. BOSS. . '
. i For Justices of the Pence:
F. II. MARTIN,
Opposition State Ticket.
For 8tate Senators:
W. L. LEONARD,
Fur State Representatives:
Dr. WM. B. DAVIS,
; JEPTIIA GARRARD, '.:
JOUN M. COCRKAM,
. WJ1, FIjOBO,,
Democratic County Ticket.
THOMAS H. KtVY, Olty;
GEO. W. nOLMKB, SponcerTp.;
K. A. FERGUSON, Croon Tp.
-. Houso ef Representatives:
WH. J. FLAGG, City;
JOHN SU1IIFF, Delhi Tp.;
JOSEPH JONAS. City;
. PATRICK ROGERS, City;
J. V. WRIGHT, SpriugnoIdTp.;
DR. WM. JONES, Sycamore Tp,;
WM. 8. JK3UP, Harrison Tp.
Euurd of Equalization:
DR. J. L. VATTIKB, City;
ISRAEL BROWN, Sycamore Tp.;
J. DAN JONES, Columbia Tp. ...
DR. E. D. CROOKSHANK, Grcou Tp.
Judgo of Court Common Fleas:
ISAAC C.COLLINS, City. ..
, County Commissioner:
" JOHN N. RIDGWAY, City.
Director of Infirmary:
BAMDEL BKSN.Grocn Tp.
JJAL8KY LCDIjTIM On the 27tli inst.. Lv Rev.
K. G. West, Wm. Ualsey, of Long Island, and Miss
xtarriec a. Lmiiiurn.oi litis city.
mi Litis, it lisuntj-un tne inn inir., nicnoias
Miller and Miss Catharine Galiel, both of zauesvillc.
SIIAY-On the 27th lust., Allio Jackson, oldest
daughter of Jeaepu and Kllza Busy, aged ii years, 7
ninntha Alid 2ndaVH. ',...
LIVINUSTOIS-On the 27th lust,, at UioGilniore
llonno. Dr. John H. Livingston.
AKNfcT-On the 27th inst., Marcus Sniltli, sou of
Liaviu anu jMizauem Arnei, ageu u years,
Dixon's ' Blacklerry . Carminative,
A SAFE, IAB? AND BPFKOTUAIi CUElt, FOB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Ac.
sJVTnonty-flve cents per bottlo.W
GEO. M. PIXON, DrnitKlst,
auM-cin ' Corner of Fifth and Main-streets.
ST P. II. ROWEKAWP IS A CANDI
date for re-election to the office of Justice of I ha
reace. . . wpzttl
whoop: ye chiefs, war
KIOKHand RmwM of M.tunrri Trllm. Nn.
ti, 1. O. R. M. You are requested to lie upon the
trail, hunting grounds. Klcctinu of chief, payment
oi wampum, id run, ouiu oreain, mini Hieep, corn
u,",!l.ui.D' "" A. A. JBi lOXXiU, V. OI It,
T. W, Farsbw, V. B. op'."M
I. O. R. N. THE CHIEFS,
Warriora and Braves of Wvniiilot.ln Triho
Ne. It am IiavaIiv nnfinnii In nuimnililn ill. thAir
Wurwam. this sleen. at tbe 7th run. mith hreath. lor
tho pnrpow of electing great chiefs for three mwii
nun pay mom oi wampum. V. rl. UETTP.
sep-af Chief of .Records,
Times copy and ch. Tress,
THE FLYING ARTIJXERY
wlllmnntat Metrnnnlllnn Hut!. Nlntl, uml
walnnt-srreets, on THURSDAY EVKNlNii, at
o'clock, for the purpose of joining In procession.'
By order of Committee oa Opernl Ion.
. , tTb KioRARnr.
I" H. K.HOUItOOKS.
., . i -..( - . JAMKS KINOADK.
snp.Hl (!liHirms.n -Opposition K. Committee.
I. O. O. FY THE OFFICERS
anil msmheri of Crvslnl Fonnt Lodire No,
tin, i. u. it. P., an Hornby nollnen to amum ine re
iilsroiiartorlv mectim: ol the Loilae THIS (Thurs
day KVKMNH, September !!, at 74 o'clock, for the
payment 01 dues. A lull attendance Is iloslred.
sip'.J-a 8. KOB1NSON, Per. Secretary.
CINCINNATI LODGE No. 133,
V. and A. M. Hinted communication
ol in a liOdno on Tillr) Thursday i
INO, Hoptember 29, 1K.VJ, at 7 o'clock. Ail
brethren iu irooil standing ure invited.
By order of the W. M.
sopll'j.a JACKSON 81ANE, Secretary.
LADIES' SHELL TUCK.
COMBS. Just received, a further aiiDDlr ef
uuureiy now patterns, ny
BOI.ON PALMKIt, Agent,
sepM-tf Ho. as West 1'ourth-ntreet,
COSMETIC) LOT TON is tho Brent akin mi
miurui tiro nKv. ii yuur iw, uuiiuif, uwii, .1 hid,
legs, or othor psrls of your person aro diseased, this
Lotion win cure you Dya lew applications. An ex
pprleneeor twelve yoars naa proved t his met,
aviiua riuiriftn, Agent,
Mo. M West r'ourth-Htroot.
WATKlt la Drnferred liv manv to the best
imported article. It Is elegantly put up In bottles of
various sikhs; biso. in plain voiuos, torcpicnisn muse
01 a more costly cnarncier.
BOIiON PALMER. Aent,
op3l-tf Manufacturer uud Importer of I'crluuiory,
I'Al.MICU'S EXTRACT OK
noMH CKRANIIIM lit connliloretl very
tine hyevory one ibnt Inn tried It. I,ovrr of Hiis
l'.rfumery aro iuvitod o rail ami Itwt Iu good nuali
tiee. BOI.ON PALMKIt, Agent,
Manufacturer and Importer ul : Perfumery,
Mp38-tf No. ;iti Woes yourtu-treot.
notice: to tax payers.
ins rt'-Tniuntion oi mil miit. w iui,.. ...
, . , . . . vn....nA,i
Hnn. at Hln (loillltl- Atlllltnr'H nffil'f. to which atU'tl
inn lilstrli l aiwiwoni, l now open ioremiuii-
tlon ii diriM'ted. If any complaint Is to bemaile, tho
niehoilld lielnwrlllnc, anil pri'viouatothufimrth
Monday in October, ISM, after wbicli uu complaint
will bo received.
By ordor of tbo Doanl of Kiullr.ntlon,
ecp27-tt Audi tor,
Times, Smittlror, finzctte, Commercial, VolksMutt
. and Volkafiound cony .J
KENNEDl'S MUDICAI, DIM.
COV KRY 1h RCkliowledized liv tlio mimt em.
InentphytiiciHil. ami by tho nioiit careful druggists
throughout the United Htaten, to bntliu nioKtonnctiial
blood-purilierovor known, nnd lo have rclluvud inure
BiilTorina', nnd effected morn permanent cure, tlmn
but preparation known to Ilin prutiwuieii, Hcrofula,
Bait Rheum, ErysipeliiH, ticald. liad, ncaly eruptions
of whatioevor nature, are cured by a few buttlcH, and
theayatom restorcil to full etrnnfftli and vigor. Full
und explicit dlrectiona for tliocnrnor ulcerated Horo
liK8, and othor corrupt and riiniii ng ulcem, i given in
the pamphlet with each hud In. For mile hy JOHN P.
l'AKK, HUIHK. ECKSTEIN 4 CO., and GKOHU12
il. DIXON. I'rlceSI. nepl'j-ay
ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 1, MRS. W.
HUDSON, I7: Viiin-Htreiit, will onou bur largo
and weU-aolccted stock ul' full aud wiulor
Bonnets. Also, ltrldal Wicatlis, lUb
lions, Flowers, l-'catlieifi, Ac,
Of tho Latest aud wont Vaslilonublo Styles.
BEI'I.AH. "Uculnh" U a tale of (southern
life, descriptive of sceues aud I'veutu iu one of our
gull cities. It lathe history of a very gifted find
ambitious woman, whoso life, early overshadowed
l'F numerous sorrows, graduuPy brightened as she
carnextl strove to dlichnrco I lie duties of her po
sition, aud consecrated her talonts to tho sorvlco
of the good, the truo and I lie beautiful. It In
pronounced one of the most nlily written, original
and interesting books published liuco ".laue
Eyre." 1 vol., l2mo Price $1 26
iMIS HLimniKN.S'.S WINDOW. A com
panion lo "The Widow Bodolt Papcri." By Mrs.
MarkFeabody Price (I
"Let those now laucti who never lauclied hfTiire.
And thoso who always laugh now laugh the more,"
MASNON'H ItHITlSU NOVEM8TH. The
British Novelists and their styles. By David Has
son, M. A m Prico7.rc
liEIHIU'.t MODERN AOItlCUI-TDRK.
Letters ou modern agriculture. By Baron Von
liCiblg Price 74c.
FOR BALK BY '
ROB'T CLARKE & CO.,
5 West , Fonrth-str bet.
M. A. WESTCOTT,
No. 14 West Fifth-street,
HAS TUB LARGEST AND BEST AS
FORTKD retail stock In tho citv. All kinds
nnd all prices. Hunts nnd Shoes made to measure
and warranted to lit.
Custom and K.tstern-made Bonta and' HIiiiph at
wholesale. Cash buyers are luvitcit to call and ox
aminntheKouusat .. WJJSTliOTT'8,
sepaiiBM. 1 1 west t iitn-struet.
Of all tho fashionable styles,
KKl'T CONSTANTLY ON . HAND AN1I
MAD) IS TO ORDKR, AT
No. 94 Wcat Fourtli-atrect, directly oio
ite iho PoMtollloOtClnrlunntl. tffsO
itm MOVAL .
DR. BLACKMAN HAS REMOVED TO
113 Eighth-street, soulU-wcst corner llaco and
FOlt llKNT Tno houso lib ifaco-stroot. Ferpar
ticulars apply as above. sop'l.ia
SOLUTION OF PltOTOXIDK OF IRON)
RADICALLY CUR13S THOSE DISEASES
whoro other medicines aro of no avail, among
Affections of the Liver, Dropsy, Neu
ralgia, Bronchitis, Insipicnt Con
sumption, Sad State of tlio
Blood, Boils, Carbuncles, ' '
" Scurvy, Piles, Com-" ..:
plaints peculiar to ' ;
lemales, Gene- -.
ral Debility, ;
All Dlscnses which rrojuire a Tonic and
Read what these clergymen, who reside iu Mew
Kngland, where tho Peruvian Syrup has had the
fullest trial, say of it : ,
Thn ll,,v. Jotin Plernotit snvs: "Wv own experience
Convinces ino Hint the 'Peruvian' will contlnuo lo do
successful battle with disease, and that all the cou
tiuesu that it miius it will holil." ,
xnenov. warren jmrion nuyn: i uu iiui iivsiihiu
to recommend the Peruvian Byruptoaoy whose hab
its rondor them liable to headache, dyspeptic com.
mints, neuralgia, nervous aiioctions una general ut
Thn Rnv, Afllinr TJ. fuller: "Hufforina much from
Intnnim nfrvims headache, exhaustion and loss of
strength, I failed to obtain any relict until I tried
the Peruvian Hyrup, since which I have hern much
stronger, and my headaches have greatly diminished,
Dotn in severity hiiii ireguency.-
The Kov. Augustus A. I'opoi "1 have not been af
flicted Willi boils since I took Iho 1'oiiivIhu Hyrup,
three ycarB sgo "
The Itev, nut uon d,eoms: ' u isa tuny i own io uie
Rublic to express iuy conlldi'ino in I lie 'Peruvian
vrun' as a sale and powerful remedy in Hume vari
ous inanitestHlinns of disease cunsuiiuent upon disor
dered dlKeslion." .
1'be liev. 'i'hnmss Whiltt'liiorn: "II fllvva ma now
vlmir. bii'ivnni'V ofsniriN. elniitlcllv of muscls. 1
have nodoulit that, In csfs ol paralysis like mine,
ilyspepHin, sud esieciiilly nf dropsy, itmay he admin
Istered with a KPeiiter prospect of success than any
other meiliclne iu use niunui; us."
The lt.iv. Kpbrnim Nule, jr.: "I have fonnil Rreat
relief In iiaiint I'eruviaii Syi un while siillerinir from
dyspepsia, and am convinced that it has reiuitrkabur
powers as a tunic aud promoter ol insensible perspu
anon. . ,
The Hev. Thomas II. Penss "It invijsiirntes llieex
hausled system, and Inspires a ileK fee of physical en
ergy ami e.vhlleration as tinexpi'cled as agreeable.'
The Hev. Ilicharil tletmll: "The effect on the di'
ffnHiln uml l lie Lfelleral tone ef the system was iiu.
mediate and benelioial; It has proved just Iho tonic
that 1 wantoii." , .,
The Kev. M. T. Webster: "To those who are, f,
fllctnd with the ilvsneDsiaor ileramtciuontoftliollrui
ami .inmurli. 1 would roTomniend the 'Peruvian
Hyrup' as one of the most eiloctunl remedies that J,
Tha Kev. .loaeeh II. Clinch: "I have found Midi hf n
eflcjal results from itsail iiiiiistralion that 1 havenot
hesitated to recommend it to friends who wero eulfer
liiK from phyaical proslrution, or a gouerally reliaid
conilltlenol the system."
The Rev. A. jAi-kson: "I have derived ffroirt rellel
from it in au attack of the piles, and from that phase
of dyspepsia, one 01 me iiupicasaiii symptoms 01
' TheK,.. J. i'earaon. ir.i "Indublllty. it Is nntonlv
perfectly safe, but an effectual tonic. Ju dyspepsia
we think it la a sovnreian remedy."
Prof. K. Vltalis rkhorb: "Jfor all the protean form
of diseaao, and in numerable complainta that aro com
prehended under the popular nut somewhat vague
terms ol nervousness una iiyspopsia. i
Pcruvlun Byrup to bo a verltuhlo speclnc,
FOR 8AI.K BY ALU H11UCIG18T8.
WPrlnclpaI offico No. 138 Fourth-street, Neuvo's
Viiiidtng. j. n. ti h iiinun,
sep 111 General Agent fur the Western ritates,
Pure Coal Oil.
JUST KECfetVED AND JTOlt BALE, AI
One Dollar por gallon, by
J. N. 1)11 WKIN. flnirar.
W7 East Frout-stroet.
BROTHERTON & CO.,
' . 1 , ' . .. ASP :
Dcalors in Exolianwe.
i -'' - CINCINNATI, 'i
'IIIE UNDDESIQNED, OF T1IE 1ATK
JL Homo of -.''
GILMOltE A IIHOT11EIITON,
hut commenced business nnder the aliove firm nam
At Nos. 7 nnd 9 Thlrd-aircet, (Tmt Coin
sop7nm J. II. BKOTHBItTON.
WAR! WA1U! WIS ARB IIECEIVIWU
. daily, by Lightning JSxpres,p5
H nl. I.. 0.1 l.nr. Wlllimn T HlllllhV ' 1
& ti?s celebrnlid Vlanted Oysters, j
..!. I. ....tll.. .... nr..,..la,,lu,l
which o nm .".nun n, ,...-...,.. ,
low prlres, by Oiise or !ns. Dialers and lamllli-s
wantliiK a very large Oyster and licsu Irom the
water, will send us their orders.
No. M gixtb-slreel, Cincinnati.
Mayob's Urrius, City or Oinciknti,1
Hcplciiibor ai, hVfl. f
IN PURSUANCE OF A RESOLUTION
adoptril by the City Council on the 7th lust., no
tice is hereby iiivnii to the id clors of I lie city of Cin
cinnati, that an election will be held on His lull day
of October next, (second Tuesday) for the purpose ef
elentinit two Mititiatrates to liil the places of K. H.
iieweKainn, jtrit., anu Jiaviil r Inner, kkh wlioae
lerm of nlllcoesiilrosoii thetlth of December, IM'J.
Tho l'olla will be held at the nlitccuof holiline Stato
Klections, and opened between the honraof liand 7
o'clock in the uioruing, uud closed at ti o'clock in the
(iven muter inv iisnu anu tno corporate
1 .Sniil of said City, til is 2iilli day of intember,
COAL OIL LAMPS. THE SUBSCRIBER
htts just received, from Boston, an eutlrenew
nsHortnient of Coal Oil Ijampsaiiil lutproveil Burners,
preventing tho smoke, so much uf an anuoyance to
consumers. Also, the best articlo of Jliirniiig. Oil
ever offered In this market, fret from smoke or smell.
,,,"': i i i ' D. A.Biarru. ,
t "! t ) ' ; Agent for Mamifacturnrs, ' '
No. I Cottaee lIuililiiiR,
BopS-i-ain Wnliiiit-st., bet. Fourth aud Flllh.
Wondor of tho World!
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU
LATING BALSAM cures, without fail, palm
in Die Breast. Back, Hide or Limbs; Coughs, Colds,
Hiiaruenesa, Difticiilty of llrenihiiiR, Headache. Flat
ulenry, Heart liurn , Chronic Itheumatisiu, lllliious
Cliollc, Cramp Chulic, drilling Pains of the Bowels.
Dill I hobs, Btupor, Inactivity, Low of Appetite, anil
In I'nliilul Menstruation it la a certain cure, and
Klvea iuimodiate relief. Iu any of the above diseases
it will givn relief Iu twenty minutes, and a perma
nent cure by the use of to bottles. Only SO cents
per bottle so cheap that every person can get it.
To Ik' had of V. D. II ILL, Druggist, corner of Itace
and Vllth-elreots; aud kDWAKU HUANLAM CO.,
DniRiilsts N. E. corner of Main aud Fourth-streets;
or ol IIKIG11AM X CO., Maiiutacllirers, No. 21 Kast
Fourth-Btreet, Cincinnati, O. eep'.'7 ay
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUND
at last Just what the Ladles have long needed
and looked fur In vain, the Uterino Elixir.
Tho Uterine Klixir Is warranted to cure all dis
eases of n Uterine Nature; Inflammation' of tho
Womb, tbe Kidneys, the Ovaries, and tlio Urethra,
Prolapsus or Falling of tho Womb, Painful Menstru
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; intact, a perfect euro
la gunrranteed by tho use of trom two to live bottle
of the Klixir, of auy disease whatever of the (loner
ativo and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
mattor of how long sliindinR. Price $1 per Bottle.
To 1 had wholesale and retail, of 1 . D. 1IIII.
Druggist, corner of Fifth and Race-streets; ami
Kdward Scanlan, . Druggist, corner of Main ami
Konrth -streets, and Drlgiinm & Co., Mo. 'ii Kast
Fourth-street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Madame ELLIS calls particular attention to tho
following Card of ono of the must prominent Drug
gists uf Cincinnati. . , .
"TO Till ruilLIUANO THE LAMES IN FAaTICUtAB.
Wo, tho uudcrsigned. aro not in the habit of giving
our nnmo to Patent Medicines; hut knowing well tha
Lady Physician, und themeilieino culled the Uterine
Klixir, we cheerfully recommend it to all female
suffering from Female Disease! of any kind; it la
purely vegetable and iu no case can do Injury; we
say ta all trj-, and our word for it, you will Und re
liol. . F. D. II ILL, Druggist,
op27 ' ' "Corner of Fifth and Ilace-slrcets."
Dress Hats at Four Dollars!
YOU WILL FIND THEM SUPERIOll 10
any In the Aity atlhoBauioprloo.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
No. 3,40 Maiix-stroot
' '' ' - OKI 1)OOR BKLOVT FOURTH.
. r tsep27-iiw'
'HIE rum.ic is respectfully
JL informed that there is vow a ShootluK Gallery
and Saloon at No. West Fifth-street, (second
story,) botween Main and Will nut-it roots. sepL'ii-aw
WM. A. KING'S
HERROH'S SEMINARY BUILDING,
Hoventh-strcet, botween Walnnt and Vine, Cin
cinnati, Ohio. KvenlnttOlass commencing Monday,
Cn inst. DOOK-KcepillK I'111K"1 as nppnru iubwi j
deparluientof trade. BuslnossandOmainentnl Pen
miiusbip; ,pall and examine speeimens. sep2lami
NO. 278 MAIN STREET, BETWEEN
SIXTH AND BKVBMTU,- Manufacturer and
Imnortor ol soaps, rerfiircory una Fanny noons, uaa
Just received, per steamer, a lot of Porto Monuiaes,
dlcar L aaoa, jirusues, uomus, rornuuury, mar
row ami Fancy Goods of all descriptions; also a com
plete astortnieut ol llaniiaorciiioi wximcts, wnicu
ho is prepnro losefl ut figure hrwor than any other
ilralerin thoclly. Also, received this day Irom New
York, a law lot of David's Blue and Black Writing
and Mnrkinit Inks whieli the subscriber will be able
to sell at nianiiiaoiiiror prices, doouera ami re
tailors will Dioaso call In aud exauiiuo before pur.
All kiudsoi extracts at
25 CENTS PER BOTTLE,
ltoincmtior the place, :' .i
378 Waln-sU, Bet. Sixth and Seventh.
OHVK OIL. AN - ASSORT MENT OF
the very finest brands of this article always on
hsml, comprising Che following: Baisnn Ouorlier'
Bordeaux (III, mid Hellue IlnrneaiixOII. Also, flag
nlol'saud llaclgalupi's, in various sired bottles.
.iiiiin r rjiiuunuei , urocer,
SepM ' 1 Uoruar Ninth and Vine-streets.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
THK UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
to deliver iu Cincinnati, in any qanllties.
LlMKaTONK of the best iiitalliy, irom two Indies
lo two feet thick.. We havo tbe
Best Limestone (luarrics
In ilia Went, and will make it to the interest of
parties usiug Curb-stono, Flag-stone, Dross, Walk
and Qutler-slone, Caps and Hills, Water Table, flange
stone, Monument Bases, ifcOy to correspond with us
and learn our prices. RUOKKR, HUN LAP & (J..
.eepMOWT ureenuein, nigniana county, vuiu.
CARPETS at COST
I W1LLLEMOVETO MT NEW STOBE, UNDKB
, I IBtST OF 0TOJIllt,
J:. AND OKFEB MT FBBSKMT BTUOK AT
Greatly) JRoduced Prices.
03 Ucsl rour(U-slrn I.