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A New Steam Plow.
""IWa wereobserrers of the movement! In tho
street of St. Louis, on Saturday last, of ft
flee of machinery Just from the workshop,
whklt may prove to be an Important rival to
fAWKM't itoam plow; Ai we rode on It and saw
it working, Uokward or forward, In the streets
stoat the PUnUri' fleose, we will attempt a
description of the machine. It seem singular
tUtaU the Inventors of the steam plows am
(rem Pennsylvania; Robmt L. Stkms, who
!i now about to be mi Jo famoai, li from Beaver
County, Penngrlvaalaj Ms fatherww wagon
inaker and a soldier in the war of 1812. About
throe years ago, Mr. Sthki oame West, ilnce
which he hai been engaged In mill-work and
stationary machinery. While repairing the mill
of Okroi C. BoBAtDi, now Ma ananclal part
ner, in Hannibal, Mo., In July last, Mr.
Steins oommnalsated to hii employer hli de
sign to embody hli ideu of a steam plow In
a praotloal model, and the reiultla the present
maohlne, even yet not entirely" completed,
whtob he sould not, finish In time for the
Chicago Pair, whlek he, after' eommenolng hit
work, learned had a Urge premium to award
. to the moat merttorloui maohlno. He oame to
8tvI,nU with hli patterns and the work wai
dona for him by Cobby, Cahpextkb A Co.
The appearanoe of the oddity at the first gazo
la, that a loeomotlva bollor hat been placed on
a frame which proves lo be Seventeen fast four
Inches long and tlx feet wide, on a pair of
limber wheelsy,',; ". ; .
The two forward wheels are for guiding the
engine in drawing light twelve-inoh plows,
turning each fourteen-inoh sod, nttaohed by
chains under the axle of the two laige driving-wheels
In tha roar. ' A few Ihohea below
six-inch tire ou the spokea of these driviug
whoels of eight feet diameter, are bolted seg
ment" of spur-gearing, whioh, by cog-wheels,
receive the power, nine to one, of two small
engines, four-horse power each, whose cylin
ders, five, inohes diameter, mid ten-inch
stroke,, are attached to on upright boiler,
forty-five inches diameter, and eight foot five
nohes high, surmounted by a smoke-stack
- sixteen inches in. t& throt,havirg n spark-
tybnmed np.'Th top ol 4b.elaakus lour-
teen feotfroto the nroumW vA.wood-box for-
ward holds half a cord of fuel, and' a tank,
boiler-plate, holds 2J0 gallons of water. Very
tittle fuel V needed and only two. persons
may necessarily be employed iu using the
engine. In front of the boiler ' is. a pilot
. wheel three and a half feet diameter or sloer-"
' iug apparatus, which directs the movement
by lever purchase on the forward wheels, and
a- chain has such power lo control tho wheels
ks to turn the whole affair in its own cjrclo,
swivel Btylo, oh its axle, f Both engines can
live power lo one wheel, or forward . on one
and backward on the other. To run over
r.iads the six-inch tiro, is ued for driving
wheels, but for soft' ground, an extra rim,
, twenty inches wide, is slid on. The boiler
" wmtalna 127 fluea ono and three-quarter
finches in diameter.
The wondering people scanned tho curious
maehino in the streets, and none, with more
intereatthaa some Indians from the Far West,
' who gsjsed'on the engine with asorrowful shrug,
. aa much as to say, "Palo-face make more ma
e hinos to root up graves on Indian hunting
The engine traveled six or eight miles
the streets of St. Louis on Saturday, and will
be ou the fair grounds this, Monday the
doting day of the exhibition.
The engine is calculated besides to do gen
eral farm work, a reaper and mower being
also attached to the same. The cost will
in the neighborhood of $2,000, with tho plows
oneonwr Mnside, which js in Inverted hood
of Tron. hffairut which 'auarke rise and fall
again into the" flames, and are' thorough-
Increased Facilities for Young Men's
Mercantile Library Association and a
New Merchants' Exchange.
1 There are two things of Importance wanted
In Cincinnati, which most be had soon. For
tunately, they both are congenial with each
other we mean a Merchants' Exchange Build
ing and more faculties, more room for expan
sion of the Toung Men's Mercantile Library
Association. , The latter has rightful oiaim to
the oeoupanoy In tha building it at present oc
1 rdpiea, of whatever additional rooms It may
t need for its legitimate purpose. The spirit
evinced by aaoh succeeding Board of Direotore
points cut new plana of usefulness and Im
provement. So far, all has gone on well; now
we want more room; we want the Library As
sociation to be distinctly an Institution; wa
eall upon the young America members to enter
into the next canvass determined to ancceed on
this platform Extension of Rooms. The Cin
cinnati College Building is farmed ont for all
kinds of nostrums and odd purposes, from
patent medicines to novel schools of medicines.
Let us . turn tha money changers from the
templet and consecrate the building to one gen
Provide elsewhere for tree Chamber of Com
merce, and devote that long room to library and
reading-room purpose. : ,To our mind tha
present Board of Dlrectsrs made a mistake In
not providing for the LaiW Picture Oallory,
comprising a very valuable collection of paint
ings by home and feieigir artists, statues, Ao.
These ean yet be obtained and would make the
art department in College Hall a promising
ftatare. The reopening ef the Common Pehool
. library in the Meohani 's' Institute, will man
ifest te the present Board of Directors of tha
Teeing Men's Mercantile Library Association,
the progress is the order of the day and that
they mutt spar 'up; the rivalry in aooomuoda
tious and value, ot new books is becoming ob
servable. ' What provision shsll , be made for
Ihe Merchants' Exchanger '.We suggest at onoe'
the purohase by the Chamber of Commetse of
that choios property and building, admirably
situated for the purpeae -the Church of Bt.
Paul, (Episcopal,) on the soutb-sideef Fourth
street, between , Walnut and Main. With a
aletM surmounting the building to give light,
fa tMsjM be tha most convenient, economical
lavastsient that could be made. Let negotia
tUsta eommentfe'the people will liberally tub
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Additional by the Hungarian.
QUEBEC, October 2.
The Coroner'i InyeiHgation Into the cause of
the explosion on the -6V;t Eaitern- had term
inated. The verdiot of the jury was as fol
lows: "We find that the deoeased oame to
their deaths from Injuries received from steam,
hot air and water, In consequence of the burst
ing of a jacket attaohed to the foremast funnel
of the Great Eattrrn ateamBhlp, and that said
bursting waa eansed by the closing of a tap
oonneoted with the syphon attaohed to said
Jaoket In conjunction with shntting off the feed
from the water-oailng to the boiler; but there
la no evidence before the jury to show by what
person or persona the tap waa shut off, and the
Jury further express their opinion that said
taps are highly dangerous when plaoed in such
positions, and that sufficient oautlon was not
used by the engineers." The verdict Is simply
accidental death. It Is eonaldered likely that
this aooldent may give rise to questions of law.
Sir Jas. Stephens, Professor of modern history
at Cambridge, and formerly under secretary of
the Colonies, is dead. The Manobestor Guar
dkm In an editorial on Gen. Harney's oooupa
tion of the island of San Juan, saya:
"The Amerioan General's exploit seems to
have been nothing mere than one of those acta
of piracy by whioh lawless representatives of
the United States are accustomed to settle dis
putes with weaker and more barbarous neigh
bors, but whioh it Is time they should be taught
they ean not safely indulge in against power
ful and olvllized nations." The artiole con
oludes as follows: "We trust the Government
of the United States will speedily disavow the
act of its officer, otherwise the English Govern-m.nt
aetlvUy prevailed at Woolwich and elsewhere
I in Kettinst off animuuition, Ac." . .
I . gll fund, had IMhl slight
niil h famed to take Immediate atena
for vlndloation of the honor of the oouutry, and
ferW tha llemaad ruffians of the Federal
that thev must not aDDroprlate British
territory as oooiy as u tney were mmij
ting Off another slioe of Mexico."
Tha r.nnrfon Ptai characterises General liar
ney's oondnot as totally opposed to the first
principles of publlo law, ana nopes ine amn-
nn ftnvarnment will disavow it.
The Brit ah Government is said to nave
mi(i9 oontrsot for a cable twelve thousand
miles, to be laid from Falmouth to Gibraltar
In June next, this to be suoceeded by a cable
to Malta and Alexandria, tuns giving cugmim
an Independent line free from the continental
difficulties. Speedy completion of the Indian
line and its extension to China Is loudly called
for, in view of the new ChlnesedifflcultloB.
The Daily tfewt announces that Lord Clyde
will retire from the oommand of the Indian
army at the end of the year, and be succeeded
h nnrl air Hmrh H. Hose, who played a
prominent part in the suppression of the rebel
lion. General Mansfield is to be commander-
in-Chief of the Bombay army.
Tho Independence littf says: "Lord Cowloy
and Count Walewski have been commissioned
to arrange a basis of oo-operation between
England and France in the prosocntlon of tho
Chinese war. , Three ninety-one gun-shlpa
were under orders for foreign service at Ports
mouth, and four gun-boats were being pre
r,Te,l with all basts for China. The utmost
: qotatlolll.;. Money eonUnued abundant and
I in moderate demand. Uold cnntlnned to flow
into the bank in large quantities, the arrivals
from .merioa and Australia having been heavy.
' The Doihj A'i' oity artiole, under date of
Tuesday : evening, says I "Tha funds to-day
opened with eontinued tendency to improve,
but were checked by the Government broker
restricting his daily purchases on account of
the savings banks. In tho afternoon, however,
more buojanoy was shown, and a fresh advance
of H was established. In tho several other
markets, more especially that for British rail-
I way shires, the tendenoy was upward. . The
demand for money was brisker. I De large
sum of one hundred and eighty thousand
Donnds was sent into the bank to-day." ,
The Tiiiun't oity artiole says :. "The funds
opened at a reaction of M, but prioes rosumed
their steadiness before the close. At the bank
there was an inoreaiod demand for money.
The rate in the open market oontinuei about
i per cent. ,
Letters from St. Petersburg say that J. B.
Eempe, the tallow speculator, is expeoted to
pay about forty to fifty per osnt,
Fbarcb. There was quite a gathering of
politicians atBarrits. In addition to the King
of Belgium, Lord Cowley, Count Reiiet and
Count Walewski had gone there, and Count
Cavour and the Duke or MalaKoil were ex
The oamp at Chalous has been suddenly
It was rumored in Paris that tha Emperor
bad requested the King of Sardinia to refuse
to tne deputation irom ine iieganonn tneir re
quest for annexation to Piedmont.
xne rones' fans correspondent says:
"If the reports of the day may be credited,
there is a possibility of a settlement of the
Italian question which would satisfy all par
ties, and the general impression was that the
political horizon was likely soon to be olearer
than for some time past."
The Cotutitutioml had given prominence to
an editorial, in which it oalls on England to
side with France on the Italian question. The
article was regarded as an appeal to England
to assist, diplomatically, in extricating the
Emperor from the difficulties engendered at
A ship-of-the line, steel-plated, to be called
tba Magenta, and the largest vessel in the
French N avy, had been oommenood at Brest.
The Mmiteur contains the following an
nouncement in regard to the rumors of mod
iBcation'iu tho press law: Several) newspapers
have alluded to a decree which it was sup
posed would appear to modify the laws of
tho press. This news is without foundation.
In France, the press iB free to discuss all acts
of the Government, and bv so doine, to en
lighten the ptiblio mind. The organs of
hostile parties claim a large amount of freedom
which would have no other object than
the facilitation of the attacks against tho
constitution and fundamental laws oftocioty.
The government of tbe Emperor will not
deviate from the established system in al
lowing a field sufficiently large for discus
sion.'" The MoniUur in a subsequent issue published
a circular from the Interior Department
to the Prefects, instructing them as to their
duties regarding the press. It ws reported
at Paris that France will co-operato with
Spain iu tho expedition ngainEt the Moors.
Rumors prevailed of a ministerial crines, including
tbe retirement of tbe Duke of Pad am
from the ministry of the interior and
M. Chassoloup Lambert, from that of Algo
ria and the ColouieB. Thore was no improve
ment in French commercial pffairs. It
asserted that the couoluxion of tho harvest
shows that the crops have boen tweatv per
cent, less productive than last yenr. Flour
and wheat had slightly advanced in Paris,
And also m most ot the 1'rovincial markets.
The . silk markets were stagnant, Trade
wabetter atjLyons, uudor orders from America.
Tlie vintage acoounts wore generally
Tlie forts wcro being armed in tho bays
St. Walo and Caucali. A plan hart been pro
posed for arming the coast from Antibos to
Port Vcndres. The French outposts on the
frontiers of Morocco had boou several times
fiercely attacked by the native tri bci, but tlu-
had been repulsed. . The govornmcnt of Morocco
had uot been implicated in theso at
tacks. The Paris Bourse had been dull and
lower, hut rallied on the 20th, closing very
firm at 68f. Me.
Tub Zcsich Con Masses. .There had boou
a coinpleto suspension of intercourse between
the Plenipotentiaries for several days, but on
the U 1st, after tho arrival of a Fronch courier,
the representatives of France and Austria
held a conference lasting thrco hours.
. Itilv. The goveremeni of Tuscany hud
notified the Plenipotentiaries of the Grand
Buke to evacuate the Palace within tbruo
days. In case of their noncompliance the
properly of the Grand Duke waa to be aeqiiva
terod. There had been reports irom
that tha Tope's health was so shattered that
. . . . . t Ilia la rt
he would, pryDabiy soon resign, uu "-"'
"A? A J. iuA. T,d nArinrtlv recovered
Tha Papal government had expressed satis
faction with the reoeut article in the lana
Aionumr - -- ,.,i...-i
chaDgea in Naples are roporiea. r iiu"
had resigned the Presidency of the 'CounoiJ.
His successor was not yet bqowu.
had issued a letter, publicly acknowledging
his admiration of the patriotic heroism ol tho
population of tho Italian Tyrol during the
flr. '. ti!U .1aMAa
The Vienna tfa puouo ,
raising the state of siege .in Venice. Some
slight regulations, however, will continue to
force in oertain oases.
fiPAW. Some of ue journals eaj
ral Serene is to be uspiain --f
long been cxpeeted
llOSalA. iUO jnvatw - K -
hi dinnatoh connrmlDB the reported
capture of Bohamyl, during a viotorlous aa-
sons and family were captured or killed. The
Russians took five eannon. Their luss did not
, Ana .linnaanfl men.
" "1" . n. V.
TORXBT. The liOnaon I WW puunnumi
following special aiepawu irom
CONSTANTINOPLE, September 18.
i nninn7 to assassinate tha Sultan
v Ai.w.A Two hundred nersons have
U VV Li. U1BVW V waw" -
been arrested here, among them the Pasha of
Albania, who was apparently we i oniei. oo
. .mnantad of Bartioioation. The ar-
.i.'-.;it-H miih a. fanatiaal vartv.
Iudu The Caleutta mall of Angust ST,
reached Aden Sept. 11th. The following newa
came by the Bed 8a tolegraph osb e: A bill
kad k..n inirndunad in the Ieiilatlv9 oodncil
to tax professions and trades in
i.,i arnantod. The special disarm-
inz aot passed during tha meeting, and had
been Wo permanent. The house of De phi
had been deprived of all titular distinctions
anwJf 'i!.LcAeif Arfmitfti eomntandin: In Cochin
n-nte.ded a treaty with the
Y"'!.- JM t,robablv Start with his
fleet to China. At Calcutta, exchange on
t 3 - ftMbfd.
Th.ro la nl ; additional n.s from China, but
a private telographlo dlspah states that thsre
fJ5 V.". .ata of manufftotured goods,
both at Dong Kong and Shsnghat It was
therefore Inferred that political matters had not
experienced any new oomplioaton.
The Bombay mail of Aug. 20, readied
England Sept. 20. .The news was generally
anTnoPBSmbfty Cotton market was aotive and
higher. The salt trad In India .was "P"'?
to be thrown open, subject to
excitement in thePanjaubiJgalnst the Mahom
edana had paased away.
LIVERPOOL, September 20.
.fctoZ-Whaat .toady at Friay . ad-
vance: western rea is.o.m.,
93.BJ. 0am quiet at an advance oi ou. r
oroiiii-DeefHuiet. Tors: steady. Bacod
dull and quotations nominal. Tallow un
changed. ... v
Borfuw Sugar steady. Ooffe n.uiet Ashes
steady; pots 2a.3d.2fla.rJd; pesrls 28s. Rwln,
Arm at 4s.2d.ls.3d. for Mauira. SpWti
Tnrnntlne firm at 35a.0d. Llneeed Oil J8s6d.
LIVERPOOL, September 20. LIVERPOOL, September 21—M.
Ootton steady, with a better tone in the
market and an Inoreased demand,' sales to-day
estimated at about 8,000 bales. Brc.adstuffs
LONDON, September 20.
Ureadetuffs quiet. Wheat has la.,
closing with prices still tending upward.
Bngar and Coffee firm. Tea continues very
firm; Conjon selling at Is. 4d.ls. 6d. Rioe
quiet, at a, deoline of 6a. on Bengal. Tallow
dull, at 57s.57s. 3d. Linseed Oil 28s. d.
LONDON MONEY MARKET.
LONDON, September 20—P. M.
conani. ainaail at u&l. Amtrloan Btooks
The latest quotations are, for Illinois Central
Shares, disoount; do. sevens of 1880 (free
land,) 84; do. sevens of 1875, 77 ft, Erie third
mortgage, 84; New York Central sevens, 824.
The St. Louis Fair.
ST. LOUIS, October 8.
l ftfnra of tha fair
was the awarding of the $ 1,000 priae or j,he
best thorough-bred stallion of any age. Till"
ring consisted of twenty-three entries, inolud
Lexington, Revenuo, Donaldson, Princeton,
Arthur, Waterloo, Ruric, and many othrs
known to fame. After o protracted consultation
among the committee, the prise waa awarded
to Revenue, by imported Trustee, owned by
John M. Botts, of Virginia. Revenue is the
sire of the celebrated racers Sue and Fanny
Washington, and Planet.
The sweepstake prise of $300 for the beet
bull, wna also awarded yesterday, and taken
by King Alfred, owned by J. N. Brown,
Sangamon County, Illinois. Mr. Brown also
carriod off the $200 premium for the best oow.
On Wednesday the balance of the through
bred rings will be furnished; aleo the sweep
stakos ou mules and hones. In addition
the regular programme, another $1,000 premium
hai boen arranged, and will be awarded
Monday to the fastest trotter, Flora Temple,
Princess and Ike Coak, being already entered
for the contest, whioh will come off in ihe area
of the amphitheatre.
WASHINGTON, October 2.
The most intimate friends of Senator Doug
las authoritatively deny tha truth of the pre
vailing rumor that he oontemplates replying
to the late review of his JIarptr Majariu arti
ole, and further say that none is to be published
with his sanction or supervision.
The following officers have been ordered to
the steamer Iroquoit: Commander, Captain
Palmer; Lioutenants, Hughes, Hart and Hous
ton; Purser, Clark. . ,
The Havana Mail Service.
WASHINGTON, October 2.
The steamer was to com
menced her regular trips from Charleston to
llavana, via Savannah and Key West, yei
terday. The Charleston Courier tays that her
asents have made every reasonable offer and
proposition that oculd have boen expected, but
without suoeeas, to obtain the restoration of
the Havana mail service, according to the
aohedule heretofore performed by the steamer
ROCHESTER, October 2.
Tht 'JJtmocrnt sn;s that Dslare's attempt te
carry a man aoross the Oenesee River on his
back, on a tlsbt-rope, was a decided allure.
lie lost hla balance, but fortunately the ad-
renturers caught, one on the rope end tho other
mi a trnv. The Derilcus moment blanched
i every check ainonj the s)ieotators with dread
Explosion of a Gasometer.
NEW YORK, October 2.
A gasometer es ploded last night at .Tames
Llghtkcds 's nachioe shop, in Jersey City, while
Dr. J. H. Smith was cngagsd in testing bit
new Invention. Ihomns Cerswell, foreman of
the shoji, was burnt to death, and several
others badly injared.
XUKN-UOHJIAN-Ontliosotb ull.,by Kev. Dr.
I Ureenli-nf, Mr. Oonrge Nunn lo Miss Mary Gorman,
I both if Cincinnati.
MOOIIE-MUHGAN-On Thnrailnv, th utt., at
I Ihi residence of the lirlde's lirutlur, Qenrse K.
Mnrean. by the Hot. lr. vVlilt Wr. W. t. A.Moore
lo.MIss Rlli II. Moruau, oil of thlacity,
JlEllll)ITH-Ulilil)si-In Torre lluulo, onthoWth
lnt., el tho resilience of Jlr. William Goodman, Mr.
.Mm 1. Aim Ulitii lo Mrs. ( hurlolte Heeds, all of
i ' Hlf'rf WILLIAMSON In Terra Iluute. on the
I 2lt Inst., Mr. Chaa. Ilutt tn Jl isH.ol uclia Wlllliim
I tuu, both ol that city.
C0l)K-0ii frid.iy, Sept. 30th, IS', after three
inontbHof must Intense anlferliig, Ihifena Oook,aou
1 ni l !, G. and Klla Cook, ngud H ymiraarid l months.
a sirs, iast and irrsOTVAi Qua, roa
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Ac.
ITwentr-llve cents per bottle.
flornef of Tiftb end Maln-alrwti.
Opposition County Ticket.
For JmlgeortheOonrtof Oomnjon Pls:
WM. U. DIXON.
For JPlreotor of Oonntr lnltrmarr:
. , , B. L. MCOHMOBB.
lt Uembeni of the State Board of tiiuslUitloni
JOHN I TOBBENOE,
" " 8AMTJIl,-B.Km,--
For Ooooty Oommlialbnan ,
JDS. 8. BOBS.
For Jnstloea of the FeSxist
1. H. MA.BT1N,
Opposition State Ticket.
For 8it Honatom
W. 8. BCBBOWB8,
V. L. TjEONABD,
For Btate Bepreeentatlrec
Dr. WM. B.DAVIS,
Democratic County Ticket.
'''- r ' ; State Sonate:
THOMAS M. KIT, Oltr
' ' GEO. W. HOLBsEB.SpoDcerTiM
! " " . A. FBRGDSON, Green Tp.
' House of BeprssentatlTosi
WM. J. FLAOO, Oltyj
JOHN SCHIST, DolhlTp.;
JOSIPH JONAS, City,
PATRICK KOOKB8, Olty;
2, F. WBI01IT, Springfield Tins
M.WM. JONES, Sjoamorelp.;
' WM. 8. JE8UP, Barriaun Tp.
Board of KunalttaUoni
' SB. J. ti. VATTIEK, Oity;
1HBAEL BBOWN, 8yomorTp.i
' J. DAN JON IB, Columbia Tp.
. . : : Coanty TroeioniR
' . B. B. . CBOOKSHANK, Onsen Tp.
Judge of Court Common PIom:
IBAAO O. COLLINS, Oity.
Director of InDrmary:
.,: . HAMDEL BEiN.OrwnTp.
ST F. H. BOWEKAMP IS A CANIII
tot re-election to Uie omoe or Jtuitfoe of tbe
Fea cx. aepSJtll
TO TBE liADIEP. '
' Just nee trod, br BipretSi lo-dur, a
. baautlfnl lotol , t. . . i
UHILDttEN'S FANCI HATS.
. The stTk'S are new, and the foods -lioioe.
... i .. : i ; i
AT.80-A Urn ftogsot Biding Bate.
: , S.F.BAKER,
. ,. .. , 144 Walnnt,beU)W Joai'th. ;
, , ,. teesawf , , ... , ,
WUOIESALE BV'IVEFfl wUl
find In our Jobbing Pepartmentattoofcof
' HATS, CAPS
. t, -AND- . .
Quito as attractire for varlsrr, cheapuess and adapt
ation to tbe wants of Western Trade, as ean be found
In any Eastern establishment. ,
We have a large and desirable itcok. Merchant
will And It to their advantage to giro na a ealt.
WM. UUJJD fit UO
OT . Baat side, below Fourth.
LATEST, G 53NTI.BME
wlllbegTatlnad byv examination of oar
T.w-.w.tBowlntrte. We ms.se in nneet aats
for the price asked that oan be founj, and gnaraoteo
rOUB DOLLAR HAT
To be equal to the "Baat Hats" soldfor thatlprfs any
where Bast or West. DODD4C0.,
ocl-awt 144 Maln-atreet, eaat aide, below Fourth,
Y. M. M. U
L. A.. Oct. I 1SW. Ihe
Booms Y. M. M,
ular Quarterly meeting oi me i . in n. xj.
aiiin wlir be held at the Library Itwina oa iu j.o
DAT IVBNINO, October h, at 7 o'clock. A lull
attendant Is dired. TAtB0TT, Bee, 8wi.y,
OPPOSITION MEEIING AT
Tlfth-atwwt Market-apace. - MONDA1
Miiow y, oi -
lumi.ua; Hon. A. P. Stou'e, of wlnl,n1'' ty?- Zm
Cumback, of Indiana, and other good apeakers, will
addies tbe people. Wc on'.' ,.Mr tLonl
; 0y order of Kxecntive Cumu.ypj q0j
oel Chairman of Oppo.u!''n K-
THAT DR. ROBACK? 8AMr
DiNAVIAH Blood Pllla nnd Bl' .UC;
her are a positive cure for Dyspepsia la pro.
numerous toatlmenlale In tho Doctors P"aaSK
which can be examined at hla offleo, So
Funrth-alre-1, by any one at any time, ocl-am
Ladies iigll tuck-
POM m.I tint reooirod. a further ItlDDlrof
emirely new patterns, by
SOLON PALMBB, Agent,
aepM.tf So. M Weit Fonrth street
WATKR I prefer rd by many to tbe best
imported article. It u elegantly pui up In bottle
varioiie alios; also. In plain bottle, to replenlah those
of a more oostly character.
bOLtlN PALMEB, Agent,
Sepa-tf Mantifsctnrer and importer of Perfumery.
PALMER'S EXTRACT OP
Qoci by every oue that bis tried it Lovors of fine
Perfumery are invited to cnll and test its good quail-
(lee, . BUiM'Ji rsuanin, abuui,
. Manufacturer sud Importer of Permmery,
sep2-tf Ko. Vi Weat Fourth-street.
OOHMKTIO LOTION is the areatakln pu-
rlllor of tbe age. If your face, handH, feet, arm,
legs, or other part of your person are ditwaaed, this
Lotion will euro yon by n few appllcatlore. An
mrleace of twelve years baa proved thin tact
" ' BOLON PALMER, Agent,
wpM-tf ' " - .' No.-TS M eat ynnrtb-Htreet
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
Tiiunt.val nation ef real eitate. sa rotnrned
Tne District Aaaesaors, la now open fur exumina-
lion, mowimiu , r . ,' , : , : ,
tion I d iivotesl. f f any complnlut la (o be nuule,
iimo shonld be In writing, and prcTlonatothofonrth
Mnnilayin October, 154V, after which no complaint
will b received. ,-'., -
fiy of the &t&t&Bm,
iatgr-KENNEDl ' MEDICAL DIS
GnSar OOVKBY la ac knowledgod by the moat em
inent physicians, and by the most careful droagiste
blood-purl tier ever known, and to have relieved inoro
mrTorlng, nd effected room permanent cures, than
y preparation known to tbo proiossion. Hcmlubi,
It Kheum, Krysipolas, Bcald-hijail, scaly eruption
whatswver nature, are cured bv a few bpttloa,
the yHtm reetonnl to foil ttrongtli and vigor,
and explicit direction for tlujoyreof ulcurated aoro
leu, sua oilier coriuuiaim i uii ....v. n,
the rampb otwilh earn uoctie. loreaie oy juttn
i.ArSKPBOIItH.KOK8TliIS CO.. and UtuitaK
i.u i.A.tiA ir.,r
""The Night Session
Will commence on MONDAY, October 3, Facili
ties for instruction are guaranteed not to be fonnd
nny similar Institution ittlh city,
iuriTtT A "S-STTWDTTHTSI rTPVTO
M0IB AfUjQTJB A3D BBOCADB
JastrnoelTef.rrom Nov Toik Auction Isles.
RICH D ELAINE ROBES, &o
for La (ties na alines. Beautiful assortaieat of
Toll t. ft ulilaa, 'Maripoiai and Opera nooai.
XLEOAKT DISPLAY OF
MESS SILKS 11 ROBES,
TrtV.t ricnnoed Bcbes, Tanoy and White Silk
Bobca, for evening.
'Cloaks and Shawls!
"Embroidered Tolvet Cloaks, Cloth Cloaks, Baglans
and Dnatsrs; Stella, Brochaand Striped Shawls.
And Qoslerr, Tor Ladies, Gents and Children,
At WHo. and SI per yard.
DELAND, G0SSAGE & CUYIER,
74 West Foiii'th-atrccl.
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPERA-II0U8H.
oc-M W A V
MONS. AND MADAME ERNEST,
Beapeetfully Inform their former patrons, and
oltlsena of Cincinnati aud vicinity, that tUetr School
will open on '
Saturday, t October Q9.
. Aromatic Tincture of Myrrh,
FOR WHITENING AND PRESERVING
the Teeth, Bardening the Gums and Purifying
the Breath. Tiiewbll-kuowuautlsi'ptls; propertlea
Myrrli are combined in tbia prepnrMtiou with aome
of tbe moat agreeable aromatic perl'iunos, whicb ren
ders It not oniyalhlghly-elBciwit.lut also au exceed
ingly pleasant moutli-wneu. It la invaluable
persona eo amoke or clicw tobacco, sua it immedi
ately cleanses the mouth and removes all the un-
B lean nt iii"t from Om brpulb. , j'cip;irci and fnr sale
y SU1UJ!, KChbfEIS A OO.,
or 3-o ' Opposite tbe Poatollloe.
Pectoral Inmigator of J. Espic.
TaT0T a singlb nervous affection
11 of the cheat, neck, face and bead exists which
ran not be cured, or at all evonta rallored. by the
of tbe Pectoral fnmltfater. Asthma, l'alpitatton
tho Heart, Mervoua Cotighe, hpaains ef the Throat
and btODiacb, lie Doloreux, Headaohea, Toothache,
ttleeploaanese, Ac, all yield toits hoaliii. power,
sale by UlltE, KUKOXH.IN A UO.,
i'03-c 1 Oppualte the Poatofloe.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SUP
PLTof , Bl'KNETT'B.
And SiMES'B Ood-liver Oils,
Which oo be relied upon as pure, fresh and genuine.
For sale by 8DIEB, KOK8TK1N A OO.,
ooS-o Opposite the Postofflce.
Old London Dock Gin.
eINNINGER'S OLD LONDON DOCK
Gin, designated for tbe use of the Medical Pro.
Teiiaien and tbo familr peasesalng tbote intrlDttlo
aawxllclnal properties which belong toano.d and puro
tnn; put up iu quart bottles, for sal by
BUIRE, EUKBTK1N A 00.,
ocfl-0 Opposite tlie Postofflce.
London Porter and Scotch Ale.
TEFFREY'S SCOTCH ALE AND BY ASS'S
London Porter, genuine, in pinta.
For sale bv
Opposite the Poatofilc.
AARON SHAW WOULD BEG LEAVE
inform hla frlende aiid tlie publlo generally,
thathehaa associated with blmsa partner, Mr.
D. Johns' on, of the late firm of Jobnaton , Meader
Co., and Mr. John Lyfor. Tbe business will her.
aftr b conducted under the firm uame of S haw,
Johnston k Co., at tbe old stand
No. Vi EAT F0IJRTH-8TUKET.
v"lth inereased faclllliea and additional exporlenoe
wehea' ,0 n,erit not oulyacontlnuaucoof thepatron
axeao rnkrlly bestowed heretofore, but to otter in
ducomente, b b the vholeeUe and retail trad,
not to beexc.""1 byauyhouaetu theolty,
AM AUTION. AS MY WIPE, ELLEN
J ARTHUH. has left m; bed and board, wllhout
iruHiiug uer un uiyswuuuvi w n.i.
ble for any debt of her coutracilou.
her on my account, na I will Aot be responel.
B. W. ABVHCB, Ja.
Skivtost, Octobor l.lgW.
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
OAK HAUL CLOTHING DEPOT.
BARWISE c KING,
lBtt Mnlifkt., Three Donta nbove Fourth,
; . i (J1BCISKATI, OHIO. . :
VITE HAVE NOW Olf HAND A IAKGB
coaiphjUi nasorlinent of Iteadymade
M.i.i... un evnreHSIv lor tnu Hu all 7 rada.
eomprlHligall the styles of Frock Ooyw. Binineaa
coats, iipyitwuni u u.u
black and Fancy Pants, all of whlob ar wariAnted
Also, a general etock of Olotba,of all color Ou.
Hlin6rt!t UVl-rCmVIU(Flj wuaiumi vustuuaje eaiin von.
Inge, In every style, whicb
In i m hnatHtvla.
le, which we are prepared to make
. " Oentleuien's rarnisblng Goods
DEALERS IN THE BEST ' QUALITIES
nf various kinds or Coal sold In this market.
Offlc No. 103 East Tbird-Jtreet, Orders splioltsdaa!
promptly titlended to. W. At. HCBBfcLIi.fcso'y.
WlNltfREDK GOAL. The very best in the mar.
ket for 001 eooKlng-Stovns, now rrceivniHireau now
Die mines, and Tor sale at Mo. 103 Thlrd-streot. ,,
T0CGHI0OUANY COAIi In Yard and for sale
No. lul Hast Third-street. .
CAtlNEti COAt.-Prlme arliclo, and liurns with,
out snapping, In fartl and ror sale at 103 Vast Third.
street, ;. ' '''!!;;.
HARTFOUD OITY COAt, fresh IVom th mine.
rcrsiileatWo, WITIilrd-strcet. el-s,
BR OTHERTON & CO.,
''xp&Aar&aaBL '.'V "
IJealQi-a in Exblitne,
CINCINNATI. ' - .
T Houm ifDEBelG!!'EI)' 0B" TH' LATI1
GILlVt)RE & UROTUEHTON,
Hu gonv.'nuooe,) btmloen "under the shove ftrrn nica
r,ea.T and 9 Thlrd-itreet, (Trnet Con
J. H. BROTHHttTOW.
., Of all the fashionable eillcs,
KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
MADE 10 OttDKtt, AT
No. 04 Woat Fonrtli-atrcet, dlreotlr oppo
all) tho PoatolBoe, L'lurlqoail. spg
TEACHERS AND PARENTS.
THE SCIENCE OF EDUCATION
AJIlJ- ' ,
ART OF TEACHING. .
. ' BT JOHN OGDEN, A. Ill,
t rui., Mui'j.,ni pages. prioe..i ,.,.-....8i a
. From the N. T. KTangullat, Sept. li I4M.
Tbla Ib one of the most oomplata assarg on UiS rot),
lout of education whicb lias evr coma lo our war.
V have ljeen tnuoh ploatad with the style aa welt
as the method of tbu work. The ldas are clearly,
lucidly aud oftea eloquently pvonentd, und the high
linoortunosof cmel'ul moral uulturv Is evor kopt id
Tlila worK teatmts, Hiroughoiit, sntlmilmtlo do
tlou tntbocauioof educatluu.and every ttaoughtfoL
Intel! intuit And aonsoieniloui tohr Trill fuel amply
; id and lnatruotad by Its perueul. .
.rrom the Cincinnati Oommerolsl.
This la a syatematlo and olnborato troatlwnoon tlie
moit baekneyed tbeme of modern llrai'., yut It m.
boilles more or freaaness aud ability la tbetroHt
nient of the subjeot tban mutl other worki wlltt
hlch wo aro acquainted, ltiia book of praottca
rathar thim tbaoiy, and It Tulao to the prnoilcal
teacber, who Is not taoroughly familiarited wltb tbe
true principles of bla proft aaiun, la lneatiuiablo.
IFrom the N. T. Contnry, Bept. 17, 1319.1
This book baa many features, both novel and in.
geuiuus, which entitle it to consideration aa an orlg
lusl work, The author conies before tbe publlo aa
oue epeaking wih the authority of exporlenc. He
arranges bii book Into two great dlvlaious: the flntt
oonlmue tha theoretical oracientiflo view ef tho sub
ject; the aecond mny be calleil practical, and relates
to muthode of teaching and learniux. An anails
Itnr mind, without which nu uhliosuDhloal Inouirv
can beauucesafuliy cunduat'd,iathuiostproinfuenl.
of Air. Ogdau'a oharaotorittlca, aud henevsi' neglects
an oppoituuity of tabulating bla ideas, in order to
prusont them more clearly to the reader's notice.
From the H. T. Observer, Sept. M.liWM
Here we have a very elaborate, philosophical and
thorough work on a groat sunjeot ouo of tho great
est that oan be examined, but too much overlooked
by thinkiiig men. Tbe wilier hie giton ibia thema
long, patient and profound attention, bringing ex
perience, observation and study to tb work uto-
KtrA. lie gives auch practical euggsetlona as must
immensely valuable to efery parent and teacher.
uany or bla vinws appear to ua exceedingly import,
ant. and in tb oursory examination given to the
book w have met with no e"tiuient that we do not
cordially adopt. We doslr to call th attention of
all interested in education to this new and thorough
From th Boston Post.
llr Ogtlen has submitted hla treaties to tbaoou
slderation of Hon. Horace Matin, Kev. in. Basll.
John I). Philhrick. Esii., and others lulorestod in
the oauseof eduoation, and from them bshtu re
ceived the most tluttoring testimuutala.
(From th Massachusetts Teacher, September, I85D.1
This book contains, in aelugl volume, a great
deal of valuable material. The whole subject cf
human culture la laid before tb reader, and treated
in simple yet comprehensive language. Each of th
thirteen chapters of the work tspreoedeit by aSynop
sls, which, by its logical order, enables the student
at doc to (fiance at tbe contents, anil t the con
nection with tbe preceding pages. The erro.- of dia
cusaina at great length general theortea or apodal
methods and plans has been avoided.
IFrom the Bon. Bobert Allyn, lute Stimrlntendent
of Schools, Hbods Island.!
OlN0tSNATl,8ept. M, liM.
Missns. Moobb, Wn.sTAcn, Kets A Oo.i
Oeutleman I am under obligation to you for a
oouple of books lately laid on my table. Th
work of Air. Ogdenia aphi osophlcal attempt to con
struct tbe Science of Eduoation, and to make that
acienc tbe basia of tlio noblest of arts the art of
teaching. 1 he plan is well conoetved and admli ably
executed, I do hope that vory teacher desirous of
improvement will procure a cpy anil profit by its
puruasl. Yours very truly,
, .-4 ... -. .. llOBEii.1 ALLYN, President.
IFrom A, 3. Blckoff, late Snperintendent of Cincin
nati Public Schools.
, CtnowKATi, Sept. M, liitj.
llnsss. IIoobi, Widstacb, Ksys 0).l
Oentlentan It fa with no little pleasnr that I have
tn acknowledge tho receipt of a copy of th second
edition of "The Scienoe or Iduoatioa and Art of
I have given attention to every work announced Iu
England or this country treating npon thia suljet
and 1 mny say, without hesitation, that Mr. Oadeu's
treatise la, iu Its conception and arrangement, the
host sciEtmric among t ham ail . It oan not be rettd
by the leaohar without great practlosl advantage; it
nlll prepare hlin for the business of tlieacbool-rooin;
it will give new direction to bis speculations; It will,
I believe, grwtly asrsist to establish lbs biisinoas of
teachlUEaavkprofeealon. ' --
Scboolouiatar owe It to thetmelvc and tbelr pro
fasion to give this book a circulation never yet
reached by any of a similar character. Its use should
not be confined to teacher alone. It should hud a
place in the library of every family, aa the most
valuable contribution yet made In our language lor
thai advancement of education .
AH DR. J. BIOKOFF.
MOORE, WILSTACH, KEYS & CO.,
Sft Weet Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
i : - - -
INVITE.' THE ATTENTION OF TUB
-iladita to their new and extensive stock of
CLOAKS AND 8HAWL8,
. : ,. , ' .'.tt ,ta--v ii
HOOPS SKIHTS, beat to ranrkett
CHEMj COMBS, plnln V inlaid with Bolril
' HAllt PNS, nawt)lei ; $')
.HHETliAKD WOOL VAllSt
?01tT-10N!VAII!S, M7UIB v ,
ITKAD I)UK8SKf : - V ?
It II) GLOVES, BHIDAL FANS(
NETTf FOR. THE BEAD!
And agrvat variety of Faucy Goods, whioh we ofier
. ,. attOW PBICE8.
118 West Fourtn-strect,
i oolaw : . : Between Vlue and Baoa.
John I. Talbott & Wm. R. Woolman
WILL OPEN SCHOOL Off MONDAY,
Ootobor .1. Instroctlon will be given in tha
Slementary Urancbea, the higher Alathematic and
io Natural Sciences, in Friends' new Bcbool-honse,
On Tlfth-etrect, between Wet tern-row and John
slrecta, rt- . - . ; (
- An Ivsnlsg Hchool also will be opened thleoTcij.
lag-.: ' 5:.' - ; ': : . ocl-o
; LANE V BODLEY,
. AND OIBOTJLAK BAW MILLS,
Corner John and Wsuer t., Olaiouiantl.O.
OLIVB OIL. AN ASSOETMENT OF
tha very flneat brand of this article always en
band, comprising the following: Barton ft Qnertter'a
Vordeaui Oil, auu iX'ime jjorueaua yu. a, nun-
nlol'saud BaclKalnpl's. in various sised bottles.
Sep! ' Vomer Ninth and Yln-Blreeis.