4MDI W. FBAN0I8CO. v JOHN D. OAIDWBLL.
ninu is wmiiwii. -
' 'J tNCINNATI:
-"Flora, Temple," m la usual, was the fleetest
In the contest with "Princess" at the St. Louis
Pair, yesterday. The thousand-dollar parte
wis added to the "Flora Temple" treasury.
Our amusement column Indicates when the
trio of trotting; horses will be In Cincinnati.
If not a sell, there is newt of the safety of
the balloonist 1a MoMTais.
The steamship Canada, now due, has not
yet been announced as arrive!.
Postmaster General Holt has resumed his
duties, at Washington City, after his Tlaltto
Oas has been made from water at Wilming
ton, Delaware, reoently, by the prooess Dr.
Milt. 8nDKES, formerly of this city, and
many of our oitlsens patented a few years ago.
We are not gassing about this, but fear water
will be ao valuable that whisky will become tie
oheapest drink. '
For St. Louis items of Folioe Contention,
St. LonU Pair, Street Railroads, Ao., see first
General Convention of the Episcopal
Church of the United States.
The triennial Convention of the Episcopal
Church, of the United States assembles to
day in Richmond, Ya. Important matters
will occupy the attention of the Convention.
A reviaal of the general canons of the church
will be made after a lengthy discussion.
The House of Bishops, who have a life ten
ure, will have under consideration the appli
cation of the Convention of New Tork for
remission of the unlimited suspension of
Bishop Ocderdonk. His case can not come
bofore the House of Deputies, as a Bishop
can not be tried except by hii peers. The
result will no doubt be, that two Dioceses
will be created in New York, and Bishop
Ondoruonk will bo allotted to the city, end
Bishop Potter to the country.
' The Convention will consider the proposed
plan of Diocesan Judicatures and other re
visions of the criminal code of the church.
The session will be protracted ever a month.
Severs I Canadian bishops will b in attendance.
Dr. Bedell, Assistant Bishop of Ohio, with
three other bishops, will be consecrated. The
clerical deputies from Ohio are as follows:
Rev. Eras tus Burr, of Portsmouth; Bev. W,
R. Nioholson, Cincinnati ; Bev. R. B. Claxton,
Cleveland ; Rev. Chaunoy W. Fitch, Fiqua.
, The lay delegates are Messrs. John IV. An
drews, Columbus ; Charles B. Ooddard, lanes
ville;. Nat. Q. Pendleton, Cincinnati j and
Kent Jarvie, Massillon.
The facilities of reduced fare will, no doubt,
induce many persons to attend the Convention
during the exolting session.
Charges Against Councilmen.
Honor is net to be sported with. Rumors
are current of oharges of bribery, in reference
to some designated members of Council, wbloh
should be at once Investigated by the E.'onor
ablo body, of which the reputed offending per
sons are members. A man's honesty, it is
said, is the only commodity whose true value
is exactly the price at wbioh the owner rates
it. We should like to know at what tariff
members of the City Counoil, if any of them,
part with the article rate their honor. We
are not of those who delight in distinguishing
great characters by their faults alone, or In
tracing an eagle's flight only by its earthly
shadow that's a groveling taste; but it is
due to the publio to have oalumny silenced, for
the bold monster fears not to wound the fame
of prinoet, if it find but only blemish to
The Great Cricket Matches.
We have on file, subject to the examination
of any of our readers, a circumstancial
record in the Montreal Oaztttg, of the great
cricket match in Canada, and of the happy
speeches made at the banquet given by the
Montreal Club to "The Eleven of England."
The details of the play are Interesting, but
too extended for our columns. In our tele
graphic columns we have a report of what
tho "All England Eleven" did yesterday at
ITobokon with tho New York cricketers.
We do not despair having them out West, to
bowl and bat on the Union GroundB, Cincin-
' nati, with the choicest cricketers this side of
' the mountains.
. The rapid race in the line of bogus examina
tions into phenomena of nature, by certain
, quack naturalists, is Illustrated in a story told
of a parapatetie philosopher who made a tour
f observation down the Ohio river, many
years ago. It is reported that he traveled from
Wheeling, Virginia, to Henderson, Kentucky,
in a skiff, as fast as two men could row him.
During that journey he discovered from one
hundred to two hundred new species of fishes.
The oldest inhabitants of Cincinnati had, at
that time, not seen more than thirty. .
The Flying Artillery.
. This is a noaiy and dangerous adjunct to
"stump speaking." No doubt, point blank
shots are made by them in convincing seep
tioal politicians, and assuring them how
vote, but sick people and - persons whose
horses are soared by the cannonading, are op
posed to all such instrumentalities. Let the
practice be discouraged by the people and the
r'.ans won't continue it.
The steamboat Vary Cok wai sunk In seven
fet water, at the foot of Raccoon Island, eight
nils below Qalllapolii, daring a fog, about
, nine o'cloek night before last. Her cargo, be
ing ekieny flour, ii very badly damaged, and
may prove a total loss. The boa.1 was the pro
' perty of Captain Campbell and Benjamin Car
son, and wis rained at $6,000. We were una
ble to learn anything ef the amount insured,
Murder at Carrollton, Kentucky.
A Moody affray occurred at Carrollton, Kenkm?,
yesterday, in which a man named Browtag
sUbbed one named Morton lis timet with
' ft Wwis knifs, killing him on the spot. The
astrtJes had long been at variance, and happen
lug te meet on the (treat, a rencounter, with the
narrated reislty was the eonsequenew 1 '
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
The Cricket Match at Hoboken.
NEW YORK, October 3.
The orloket matoh ween the
England and twenty- two ef the United States
commenced this morning at Hoboken, the
United States players being at the wiokets.
The weather was all that could be wished, and
the ground was in capital order. It is estima
ted that from six to seven thousand persons
were on the ground.
The following is the score:
The twenty-two of the United States, first
Innlngs-J. Lank, b. Parr, 6; R. Walker, (run
out,) 0; H. Sharp, e. L. Lookyer, b. Jackson, 1;
W. Hammer, o. Haywood, b. Parr, 6; A. H.
Qibbes, b. Jackson, 0; J. W. S. Carlette, 1, b.
w. b. Parr, 4: A. Manth, 1. b. w. b. Jackson, 0;
W. Wllby, b. Parr, 3; II. H. Wright, e. Lock
yer, b. Parr, 1; J. Highem, b. Jackson, 1;
Head. b. Jackson, 0i S. Wright, o. 1. Lockyer,
b. Jaokson, 1; W. Newhall, e. Diver, b. Jack
son, 5; Morgan, c. Jaokson, b. Parr, 0; J. Wal
ker, b. Jaekaon, 2; W. CroBBley, b. Parr, 0; W.
Comery, (hit the wicket,) b. Parr, 0; R. Page,
b. Jaokson, 3; Harry Lillywhite, o. Carpenter,
b. Jaokson, 0; J. Barclay, (run out,) OiflalliB,
(runout,) byes 1; leg-byes 1 , 2. Total 30.
At about three o'clock the English eleven
went in, sending Uayward and Carpenter to
the bat. After a long and steady play, Car
penter was caught cut by Senior. Wisden
took his plaoe ana was quiosiy disposed oi tor
three. Parr succeeded him, and with Hay ward
remained at the bat, when the stumps wore
At five o'clock the ioore stood as follows:
T. Hayward, (not out,) 32; R. Carpenter, o.
Senior, b. Hallis, 26; J. Wisden, (run out,) 3;
8. Parr, (not out,) 5; Byes and Wides, 14;
No. balls 2, 16. Total so far, 82.
The United States players manifested muoh
nervousness during the larger portien of the
day, but improving somewhat at the close.
A large number of ladios were present,
watching the play with muoh interest.
We understand that on Thursday a matoh
will be commenced between six of the English
players and five Americans, and the other five
also with five Americans.
WASHINGTON, October 3.
Although the bids for the army transporta
tion have been opened, it is understood that
no contracts will be made for some days.
The Department will especially take care
that the troops in Utah shall be promptly
It was stated in the advertisement inviting
proposals that the right would be reserved of
rejeoting any or all the bids which might be
ottered, and this, it is presumed, was in view
of the fact that some might be so low as not to
insure a compliance with the publio demands.
The new Commisioner of the Land Office, an
ex-membor of Congress from Tennessee, will
enter upon bis duties next week.
The President will leave Washington to
morrow or Wednesday for Wheatland, for
Mr. Lisbon was, to-day, formally received
by the President as Minister from Brazil.
The Postmaster General has returned and
resumed his duties.
Additional reports have reached this city
from respeotable sources, of a contemplated
fillibusterlng invasion of Central 'America. If
it shall appear that an expedition for this pur
pose is in progress, every means will be taken
to intercept it. The order heretofore issued
by this Government on that subject are in full
The St. Louis Fair.
ST. LOUIS, October 3.
Although the Fair has been prolonged two
days beyond the allotted time, the interest is
unabated, upward of twenty thousand persons
being on the ground to-day.
The proceedings in tbe Amphitheater opened
with a ring of thorough-bred stallions over
four years of age. The first premium of $100
was awarded to "Waterloo" owned by T. B.
Poindexter, of New Orleans.
Of the thorough-bred mares over four years
of age, tbe prize was awarded to "Mary Wel
ter," owned by O. W. Goode, of St. Louis
The sweepstakes premium of $300 for the
best stallion of any age and breed was awarded
to 'Doubloon," thorough-bred, owned by H. S.
Moore, of Cooper County, Mo.
The premium of $200 for tbe best mare was
awarded to "Belle Sheridan," owned by R. S.
Morrison of Lexington, Ky.
During the afternoon a spirited contest for
the $1,000 prize for the fastest trotter occurred
between "Flora Temple," "Princess," "Ike
Cooke," "Green Mountain" and "Hiram Wood
ruff," which was won by "Flora."
A display of female equestrianism also oc
curred, Miss Ann Crcuk, of Beloit, Wis., car
rying off the prize.
NEW YORK, October 3.
The Jieratd'i Washington correspondent
says: "Bids for the transportation of supplies
to the army in Utah and Mew Mexico were
opened at the War Department on Saturday.
Tbe Secretary of War being absent, the Presi
dent deemod It of suffioient importance to go
the Department and have the bids opened and
registered bofore him. This unexpected step
on the put of the President created some sur
prise. It appears the old contractors, Messrs.
Majors, Russell & Co. will not obtain any one
of the three eontraots, other bids being lower.
It is understood that the bid of A. C. Irving
& Co. will take the Utah contract at $1 34
pound per one hundred miles. Tbe old contract
was $1 80. It is is said the bids
Messrs. Childs A Scott will take the two con
tracts for New Mexico. The magnitudo
these oontracts may be Judged from tbe faot
that the amount of the Utah contract the first
year was over $29,000,000.
Orders have been sent from the Navy Department
for the return of tho United States
steamer Wabaah, the flair-ship of the Mediter
ranean squadron. The flag-oflioer will turn
over the command of the squadron to Captain
Leoy, now in command of the Mactdonian.
From New York.
NEW YORK, October 3.
The evening papers put the loss by the
burning of Speyers's brewery at $300,000; in
surance only $110,000, all in oity offices. The
building stood Ore hundred feet front by one
hundred and fifty feet deep, with a cellar
thirty feet deep. Arrangements had just been
completed for manufacturing fire hundred
barreli of beer daily. An immense quantity
of barley was in the building, and is still
Opening of the Nicaragua Transit.
NEW YORK, October 3.
It is announeei that the eteamer St. Lout's
will depart from tbi port for Ban Juan del
Norte with tbe United States mail on Wednes
day next. She is to connect with the steamer
Pacific, and, it is stated, that arrangements
have been made for an extra steamer to oall at
San Juan del Sor to transport the malls and
passengers to Ban Francisco, in ease of the
non-arrival of the Pacific.
A dispatch from Washington says that Mr.
Shannon, of Harriaburg, has been appointed
Private Secretary te President Buchanan.
Safety of Professor La Mauntain.
TROY, October 3.
The following dispatch was received this
evening from Professor La Mountain:
"Otlatea, C. W , Octoher 3. LoBt all. Landed
three hundred miles north of Watertown, in
the Canada Wildorness. We were four days
without food. Were brought out by Indian
tfuldesin their canoes. Please inform my
New York Bank Statement.
NEW YORK October 3.
The bank statement for the week ending
Saturday, Bhows a decrease in loans of
$1,178,000; do. specie, $1,401,000; do. deposits,
$1,818,000, and fln increase in circulation of
BOSTON, October 3.
A private letter from Berne, Switzerland,
states that Mr. Carpenter, of the bank-note
engraving-house of Philadelphia, has been
very dangerously Injured by being preoip
itated down a mountain pass. if ,
Non-Arrival of the Canda.
Non-Arrival of the Canda. SACKVILLE, October 3.
There were no signs of the Canada at Hali
fax at eight o'olook this evening. The Canada
loft Liverpool on Saturday, the 24th alt., and ii
now about due, with three days later advloes.
New York State Fair.
ALBANY, October 3.
The State Fair opened flnoly to-day. The
accommodations on tbe ground for tbe exhibi
tion are very superior, and the display of
horses and cattle promises to be very brilliant.
Arrival of the Teutonia.
NEW YORK, October 3.
Tbe steamship Tculonia
evening. Her dates have been anticipated.
PITTSBURG, October 3—P. M.
Hiver unchanged since noon. Weather
tftfrThe Lebanon Star eives an account of
a mournful suicide and child poisoning, near
Lebanon, last week. It seems that Richard
Davis, a gardener, near Lebanon, had been
neo-lentino- his wile, till she felt that She Could
h.or it. n,i Innrrnr. She accordinelv procured
a quantity of arBenic, and poisoned, first her
child, and afterward herself. She lived but
dWt time after her condition was discov
ered. Her husband was off on a drunken
spree at the time.
flsSMeflerson save that some men imagine
thut. thttv same into the world booted and
spurrod by the grace of God; and we may add,
that, if thev don't behave themselves, they
deserve to go out "booted" by the grace of
3J-It's very pleasant when both parents
have black hair, to have a baby oome to your
house permanently, witn a neiy rei top,
J enks says it s mysterious.
KORP-FLLGG At the residence of Hie bride's
uncle, WlUUra II. Morris, on Wednesday, 2Sth ult.,
bv the Rev. 0. C. FlonderB, Mr. A. H. Korpto Mlse
Nancy Fling, of lit. Adams. , ,
LILLIWUDGE-LEE-On the 23d nit,, attheres.
J.1....AU nr ti.A LdilA'a Cither, near Zaneav He. Mr.
Henry Llllibrldgo to Miss Martha A. Loo, daughter
of Robert Tee, En. . ,
BLANDY-HAUKIS-On two 27th nit., Mr. Benja
min A. Blnndy to MiasSuruh Kllen.daugbtcrof Win.
Harris, of Zimcavills.
MF.GFTJE On Sunday, October 2. Martha Eliza,'
belle, only daughter of Lewis O. and Ann Xlizs Me
Frieudsund acquaintances are invited to attend
the luucral tins morning, ai nine o cioca, iruui uu,
Opposition Meetings will be held at
the following places!
At Montgomery Hon. J. A. Gurloy," A. E. Jones.
S. B. Keys, W. 0. Thorpe, J. M. Cochran aud
At Jiowtown B. M. Corwine, Dr. B. 8. Newton.
T. G. Wars, Dr. Leonard, Johnson, Uedgor and
At lockland B. B. Haves, W. Batemau, F. Bas
sanreclt, llodger, Dr. W. B. Da?is, Torrencs and
At Carthage Eggleston, Llppltt, Btirrowes, Pro.
basco and llodger.
At James A. Boris's, CoIerain-Burrowcs.Probosco,
Hayes, Hoss, Hedger and others.
At Npringdeld-Dr. M. B. Wright, B. 8. lippett,
Cochran, Cox, Bateman and Hedger.
At Cheviot Eggleston, J. K. Omen, Eon. J. A'
Gurley, Dr. Leonora, lorrence ana ueuger.
At (Mslor'e, Dslhi-W. O. Crlpoen, Hassaurcck,
Tafel, Zinn, J. P. Williams, Garrard aud Hedger.
WEDNESDAY EVENING—October 5.
At Plrasant Bldgo, Columbia Township H. B.
Hayes, Garrard, Hedgor and others; B. From, in
At Beading Messrs. Eggleston, Burrows, Coch
ran, boss, and by Ifltssrs. Jacobi and Tafal, In Gor
man. Californln-T. H. Whetstone, E. 3. Lippett, Dr,
Davis, Xorrence and others.
Martin's Mills, near Clevs.-Dr. Newton, Dr.
Trueman, Totor Zinn, Unc.e Joe Ross and Invisible
New Haven Dr. Loonard, J. A. Gurley, John W.
Caldwell and Cilley.
Clifton, at head of Vine-street-Dr. W. B. Davis,
James Elliott, and iu German ky Tafel and Garrard.
Walnut Hills, nt Junction of Madison and Mont
gomery ttouds-W. S. Btirrowes, A. E.Jones and
Armstrong Meeting House, nt Indian Hill-Tor-rence,
Eggleston, Muchinore and others.
Wineburg. Anderson Township-Moms. Jacobi
and others, In German.
Dent, Greon Townsulp-J. A. Gurley, Leonard and
G. W. Dnnlap. By order of Committee
THURSDAY—October 6. JOSEPH COX, Chairman Opp. Com.
Opposition County Ticket.
For Judge of the Court of Common Pless:
WM. M. DIXON.
For Director of County Infirmary:
E. L. MCCHMOEK.
For Members of the Btate Board of Equalisation:
JOHN F, TORltKNCB,
SAMUEL B. KKYB,
0. C. HATS.
For County Commissioner:
JOS. a. BOSS.
For Justices of the Peace:
F. K. MABTIN,
Opposition State Ticket.
For State Senators:
W. 8. BURBOWES,
W. L. LEONARD,
For State Bspresentatires:
Dr. WM. B. DAVIS,
JOHN M. COCHBAN,
Democratic County Ticket.
THOMAS 51. KIT, Citr;
GEO. W. HOLMES, Spencer Tp.;
. A. FERGUSON, Green Tp,
Bouse of Bepresentatlves:
WM. J. FLAGS, City;
JOHN SOBIFF, Delhi Tp.;
JOSEPH JONAS. City;
PATRICK BOGEB8, Citr,
J. F. WBIGHT, Bpringfteld Tp.;
DB. WM. JOKES, Sycamore Tp,;
WM. 8. JESCP, Harrison Tp.
Board ot Equalization:
DR. J. L. VATTIEK, Citr;
ISRAEL BROWN, Bycamoro Tp.;
J. DAN JONES, ColambiaTp.
County Treasurer: 1
DB. E. D. CROOKBHANK.,Grsen Tp.
Judge of Court Common Pltae:
ISAAC O. COLLINS, City, '
. JOHN N.BIDGWAT.Clty.
Director of Inflrmsry:
SAMUEL BE IN, Green Tp.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A BATH, KiSY AltD irfXCTTJU otrsi, roi
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux,bc.
W Twenty-Are cents per bottle."
GEO. M. DIXON. Drnsitst.
Corner of Fifth and Main-streets.
ra- V. H. ROWEKAMP IS A CAHDL
Fate for re-election to the oBli-sof Jostle of the
LADD, VVBBSTBR& CO.
Awarded at tbe
WE INVITK AN EXAMINATION OF
these popular SEWING! MACHINE,
80 West Fourth-street,
Oct CINCINNATI. if
TO TUB I, ADIEU.
Just received, by Express, to-day, a
beautiful lot of
CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS.
The styles are new, and the goods
ALSO-A few elegant Biding Bats.
D. F. BAKERi
Hi Walnut, below Fourth.
wnntRHALE BUYERS will
And in our Jobbing Department a stock of
Quite at attractive for variety, cheapness and adapt
ation to tbe wants of Western Trade, as can be found
In any Eastern ettablinhment.
We have a large and desirable stock. Merchants
will find it to their advantage to give n a call.
WM. DODD & CO.,
oclbw East side, below Fourth.
LATEST. G ENTIEMEI
will be gratified by an examination of our
Dress Haw now in style. We make the finest Hats
for the price asked that can be found, and guarantee
TOTJB DOLLAR HAT
To be equal to the "Best Hats" sold for ttmtjprice any
rtere East or Wost. DODD A CO:,
ocl-awt Ut Main-street, east aide, below Fourth,
f5rFIFTEENTH WARD TO THE
Bfta BE90UE. All persons opposed to the sham
Democracy are requested to meet at the Enslne
House on Fifth-street, below Hmtth, this (Tuesday)
evening, at seven o'clock, for the purpose of rullr or
ganizing for the coming election. Every Opposition
man is expected to bo present. By oroeroi
JAMES EINKEAD, Captain.
oc4a Times copy and ch. Press,
THE NEXT QUARTERI.V
Mnotlnir of tho Bantist Citr Mission Society
will oe neiu in ins rini iMtuiia wumiiu, iwi.w.
ver's) Court-Btreet. between Mound and Cutter, on
THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, October 4, at TX o'cloek.
Bev. J. Emery, their Missionary, will give some ao
count of his labors. All persons inteiested in this
work are earnestly Invited to attend. ool-a
Y. M M It.
Booms Y. M. M. L. A.. Oct. 1. 185.-The
mular Ouarterlr MeetlnK of the Y. M M. L. Associ
ation will beheld at the Library Booms on Tl) R8
DAY KVBNIHG, October 4th, at o'clock. A full
attendance Is desired.
oc3 J.L.TALBOTT.Kec. Sec'y.
fflp528THAT DR. ROBACK'S SCAN-
Cra DINAVIAN Blood Fills and Blood Tnri-
Her are" a positive cure for Dyspepsia is proved by
numerons testimonials in tne uoctors po
which can ba AiRmlnAd at his oftlce.
Fourth-strent, by Bny one at any time.
iL A DIES' SHELL - TUCK-
COMB9. Just received, a further supply of
entirely new patterns, by
ON PALMER. Asent.
No. 3 WeBt Fourth-street.
WATRtl Ih nrAforrr d hv manr to the best
Imported article. It IB oli-gantly put up in bottles of
various sizes; also, in plainbottlei, to replenish those
of a mors ooetly cnaractcr. ,
80L0N PALMER, Agent,
sep28-tf Mannfactnrer and Importer of Perfumery.
PALMER'S EXTRACT OF
ROSE GERANIUM is considered very
fine by every one that has tried it. Lovers of fine
Perfumery are invited to call and test its good quail
tics. BOLON PALMER, Agent,
Manufacturer nd Importer of Perfumery,
gop28-tf No. 36 West Fonrth-stwt.
minMF.TTn r.OTTOTf is the sreat skin mi
nder of tne age. If your lace, nanas. ioei, arms,
legs, or ottaor pans of your person are diseased, this
Lotion will cure von by a few applications. An e
porionce of twelve years hMproyod this fact.
80L0N PALMEB. Asent,
sepM-tf o. 30 w est r ourin-errew.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYEES,
Tl, n.vnlnntlnn of real estate, as returned
v me District Assessors, is now open loroiHrni na
tion, at the County Andlior's offlce, to which atten
tion is directed. If any complaint is to be made, the
same should be in writing, and previous to the fourth
Monday in October, im, after which no complaint
will be received. ....
ilr ordoroi tne Iioarn oi jvqunuration,
' HOWARD MATTHEWS,
sepW-tt '"H tor-
KENNEDVS MEDICAI, DIS.
COVEBY is acknowledged by themost em-
ineut physicians, and by the most careful drueglBts
inrongnouT. ine umieu ohid, w w. iuubhuw..
kin.ri. .hpIM.p .... bnnvii. ii nrl In hftvo roliovod more
suffering, aod effeoted more permanent cures, thyn
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Salt Rheum, Eryslpolas, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, am cured by a few bottles, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit directions for theenreof ulcerated sore
legs, ana other corrupt anui unuiug uiin,
the pamphlet with eah bottle. For sale bv JOHN
PAltK. SCIRE, ECKSTEIN & CO., and GEORGE
M.DIXON. PriceSi. sepl9-ay
(Successor to Caldwell Gaithcr,)
200 WEsI SIXTH-STREET,
Is Prepared to do all kinds of number
Work on Short Notice,
octbw E. GAITHER, Superintendent,
IF YOU WANI A GOOD WATCH HO
If you want a good Clock" go to
ir yon want good Jewelry go to TjovELTS
oc4-a ' N. E. Cor. of Fifth and Race-streets.
CANADIAN PONIES AGAIN.
MY THIRD SHIPMENT 07 CANADIAN
pnNTKH liaa inst arrived, including somo
very tine ones for the saddle. Also, a few pairs, well
matched, for harness. The entire lot will be
THI8M6BNIKG, at the Sale-stable of D. Carney'
Fifth-street. . . ,. ...
The a Dove anorns a goon obpbiii .v
wanting anything In the line of Ponies.
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock.
Portable Grinding and Bolting
Corn and Feen Mills
OP ALL SIZES, CAST IN STRONG IRON
Frames, cost solid, both upper and under
Smut Machines, Flonr Packers. Bolting Cloth
Delting, Ac, Portable Engines and Boilers.
W. W. HAMER & CO.,
N. E. Cor. Weitern-row and Colambta-itreet.
application with postage
This Is tho most delicate article in use
PuddiDgs, Blanc Mange, Cnatarn, o, it is com
posed of the very nest parts of Indian Corn.
small lot in store and forle q
oc Corner Ninth and Tine.
FRENCH MUSTARD. LOUIT, FRBRBS
ft CO.'B Celebrated French Mustard-war-ranted
a pure Imported avmToXr,
oc.' Corner Ninth and Vine.
OLDEN SYRUP.-A SPLENDID
of Baltimore Golden Syrup; also, Bugar
ho.M snd .w Orleans Mol to
oti , Corner Ninth and V in.
TICLE NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LATIMER, C0LBURN & LUPTON,
No. 55 PEARL-STREET.
OUR FALL STOCK OP HARDWARE IS
now full and complete, and includes tbe follow
Ing goods, la large Quantities:
Batcher's C, 8. Files, first qunlltyt
Batcher's C. H. Files, Anehor brand;
Spear & Jackean'a Saw and Edge Toolsj
Wostenholm'a Cutlery, In great variety)
Lnmson, Goodnovr cfc Co'.e Table Cutlery;
Axes-the celebrated "L. C. Sc. L." brand,
the beat and cheapest Axes In inarket
Hunt's Axes find Edge Tools)
Walker's Chains, Griffin's Hone Nulls,
Armltitge Mouse-Iiole Anvil, Hoe oV
Co.'sSanrs, Boston Belting Co.'s Goods,
Auburn Planes, Nnyior'e Steel, Ae.)
And a large assortment of AMERICAN, ENQLlSH
and GERMAN SHELF HARDWARE, which will
be sold to the Trade at greatly reduced prices.
ijj pearl.gtreet, Cincinnati, OM0.
1W ENGLISH WORKS.
A NEW AND
BULWER'S POEMS AND DRAMAS. THE
Poetlral and Dramatio Works of Sir Edward Bui
wer ly tton, Bart. vols. Price - 5 00
NEW BOOK BY AUTHOR OP PAUL PRY,
Comic Sketches. Ac. The Comic Sketch-book: or,
Sketches anil Becolleci ions, by Jno. Poole, Esq.,
author of Paul Pry. Price -... 60
SHIFTING SCENES IN THEATRICAL
Life, bv Eliza Hinstanly, comedienne. Price.... 38
DOLTINGS OF A LOUNGER, BY FRANK
FOWL EE. Price - 28
MERVYN 0LETHKR0E, BY WILLIAM
HAKBISON AINSWOBTH. Trice 60
A nnnnlvof all the late English publications kept
constantly on hand. ...-...j in
sole western AgCIllBIur UUIWU WIUUIWDU hi...
rleS a till! supply always ou uauu, nuu uunr .u.uuiub
received as soon us issued.
aMTUatalogues iurnisuou uu appuia vu.
EOB'T CLARKE & CO.,
No. 55, West Fourth-street.
MAYOR'S OFFICE, 1
Cincinnati, OcroBza 1, 1859,
miiE OWNERS OF DBA is, fixrujssa
M. Wagons and Furniture vars are norouy nou;
fled that thoir Beglsterof License for running the
sameejcplrcd August 1.1W?, and that all such own
ers are required to have the same immediately re
newed at tins omce. .inj
Also, the proprietors of Omnibus lines ars notified
to renew their Itoglster Of Hnmbers, which expired
this date, a. per Uit, OrdUnr.
DOD G- "
GRAB ID STOVES
Any Style of Grates enn be Set or Reset with
g jjjg MERITS OF THIS VAlj-
XS. VABI.E Improvement have been fully estab-
lisneci iu luis cny auu vit:iuii, hjuiw h a .
SAND who have used It the pat two winters,
presume it Is only necessary to remind all who de
SrA rnwnuv miH rnMrnnr that fhfl Reason to nroDlire
for winter bas arrived, and that it wonld be well
have tneir urates reset oeiore tne i all noui.-i'.n-ino
commences; the sooner It is done the better.
Our workmen leave no dirt; there is no necessity
nmnvino flurnatJinr ftimitlirfl.
prompt attention, and descrlptiro Circulars will
,n. rnmiTiiiriirj.iion Liirt.iiKii uiini ill iuui'itb
sent Rratis II desireu. .. ,
WOrtlers niny be left nt No. SO Went Fifth,
street, where llie Patent Stove niny be seen
J. B. RYANiSIc CO., Proiirietore.
J. XLAKELT, General Agont. oolo
Aromatic Tincture of Myrrh,
TT0K WHITENING AND PRESERVING
the Teeth, Hardening the Gums and Purifying
the Breath. The well-known antiseptic properties
Mrrrh are combined in this preparation with
of the most agreeable aromatic perfumes, which ren
dera Itnotonlva'hlshlv-eflkloot.but also an exceed
Ingly pleasant mouth-waeh, It is invaluable
persons who smoke or chew tobacco, as it immedi
ately cleanses tho month and removes all the nn
pleaeant odor from the breath . Pcpared srjd for
by ouiii-t., tuiiRiwifl a uu.,
oc3-c Opposite tlie Postofrloe,
Pectoral Fumigator of J. Espic.
T0T A SINGLE NERVOUS AFFECTION
Jt nf fhe rltest. neck, furs and head exists which
can not oecureu, uraiau even is reiiuvcn, uy mo
of tlie Pectoral Fumigator. Asthma, Palpitation
the Heart, nervous liongns, epasmsoi tne inroai
and Stomach, Tio Doloreuz, Headaches, Toothache,
Sleeslessuess, Ac, all yield to its heullnt. power.
sale by SCIRE. ECKSTEIN A CO.,
Opposite tue rostomce.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SUP
PLY of '
And HI M ES'S Cod-llver Oils.
Which can be relied upon as pure, fresh and eennlne.
jrorsaieuy oLUHfc, wnniun as ou.,
oc3 o Opposite the PoitofOco,
Old London Dock Gin.
nin. rto.lonntwl fur the use of the Modicnl
feselon and the family-pesHossIng tlioe intrinaio
modicinal properties which belong to nn old and
Gin; put up in quart bottles.
Fnr sitlo hv
SUIBE, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
Opposite tlie Fostoffl'ce.
London Porter and Scotch Ale.
-JEFFREY'S SCOTCH ALE AND BYASS
liw London Porter, gonnlne, m pints. For saie n
ronnine, In pints. For sale by
Opposite the rostolltce.
AARON SHAW WOULD BEG LEAVE
inform his friends and tho publio generntly,
.u.tk.ii.. . ta,.il witl, him u nartner. Mr.
T. Johnaion. of the late firm of Johnston, Meader
Co., and Mr. John LyforJ. The business will
be conducted under the firm name of f
Johnston Co., at llie old smnd
No. W EAST FOUBTH-BTKKBT.
with lnor...a farllltlM and additional experience
. i,nn. mn.it nnt nnk. rnntlniimnco of the natron-
ace so liberally bestowed heretofore, but to pirer
both to the wholesale and retail
not to be exceiieu uy any nonse iu me tnj.
MAUTION. AS MY WIFE, ELLEN
J ARTHUR, has left my bed and board, wilhout
any just provocation, this is to warn all persons
trusting nerull oijnwuuu., a win uvi uv ronju.i-
bl. forsny debUof her '-
Mswroat, October 1, 18W. . ocS
br,qxkj:rton & co...
l ,, .,. , , J1SD ' '
Dealers iii Exchange,
, ; -, CINCINNATI.
THE UNDERSIGNED, 07 TBS LAT&
House of . . ,
GILMORE A BROTHERTON,
Hai oommenoed business under the above firm nam
At No. 7 nod 9 Third-street, (Trast Cons
- pnnp Boildlng.)
ep7am J. H. BltOTBTBRTOff.
-, .. aire .
Of all the fashionable S'.yles,
KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
MADE TO ORDER, AT
No. 92 West Fonrth-street, directly oppa.
site the Postofflee,ClueliBail. o'
MONS. AND MADAME ERNE9T,
Bespectfully Inform tholr former patrons, and the
oltizensof Cincinnati and vicinity, that their School
will open on
Saturday, Ootober 39.
118 West rourth-street,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE
Ladies to their new ondextonslve stcssh si
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
HOOPS SMUTS, beatln mrtrkctt
SIIEI.Ij COMB, plain Sc Inlnld with sjoldt
HAIR PINS, newstylest
SHETLAND WOOL VAILSf
KID GLOVES, BHIDAL FANSf
NKTTS FOR TUB HEAD)
And a great variety of Fancy floods, which we offer
at LOW PBICES.
118 West Fourth-street,
oclav ' Between Vine and Race.
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
OAK HALL CLOTHING DEPOT.'
BARWISE & KING.
J5fl Maln-st., Three Doors above Fonrth,
WB HAVE NOW OM UA1NJJ A IjABUJB
and complote assortment of Kody-msd
Clothing, gotten up expressly lor tne neiaii iraao,.
eoninrisina all the styles of Frock Uot, Business.
Coats! Overcoatsi Velvet, Csshmeroand Plush Vestsi.
Jllai'k and Ifaiicy ranie, an ui u ' ..w
or the best material and workmanship.
Also, a general stock of Cloths, of all colors; Oas.
simeres, Overcoatings. Business Coatings and Vest,
lngi, in every style, which wo are prepared to make.
to "der, in tne ossi ty. . ...
SOLUTION OV PROTOXIDE OF IRONi
RADICALLY CURES' THOSE iusmabjsb
whore other medicines are or no avail, among
Affections of the liver, Dropsy, Beu-
ralgia, Bronchitis, Insipient Con
sumption, Bad State of the
Blood, Boils, Carbunoles,
Scurvy, Piles, Com
plaints peculiar to
. ral Debility,
All DlMoasea- which require a Toule nnoT
Read what these clergymen, who resldo In New
England, whore the Peruvian nyrup nss una me
fullest trial, say of it:
The Rov. John Pierpont says: "My own experience
convinces me that the 'Peruvian' will coniinue to do
successful battle with disease, and that all the con
quests that it gains it will hold."
ilienev. v urruu uui wu ....o. t - " 1 .
to recommend the Peruvian Syrup to any whose ba
its render them liable to bosdnche, dyspeptic com-
ilalnts, neuralgia, neryom aumuum .uui.ii.Bu..
Th Bov. Artlmr B. Fuller: "Suffering much from
Intense norvons headache, exhaustion aud loss ot
'. ...i, T In .hti n nnv rel of nnt 1 1 tried
the Peruvian Syrup, since which I have been mneh
stronger, and my uoaoacnes nam groan? uhuiuhuw,
i -ai. P I... ..A fMnntn-v "
uoiu ill aovcuiy ""ly-".'
The Bov. Augustus A.
Pom: "I have not been af
flicted with bolls since I took the Peruvian Byrup,
"ThVllev! urdou Robins: "It is a duty I owe to the
gublic to express my confidence in the 'Peruvian
yrup' as a safe and powerful remedy in those vari
ous nianit'estatious or disease consequent upon dlaor-
d ThedUov.tlThomas Whlttemore: "It gives me new
vigor, buoyancy of spirits, elasticity uf muscle. I
have no donbt that, iu cases of paralysis like mine,
dyspepsia, snd especially of dropsy, it may beudmin
lstered with a greater prospect of success thsn any
other medicine in use among us."
The Rev. Epbraim Nute, jr.: "I have found (rest
relief in using Peruvian Syrup while suffering from
dyspepsia, nud am convinced that it has remarkable
powers as a tonic and promoter of iusensible perspir-
''The Rev. Thomas H. Pons: "It Invigorates the ex
hausted system, and Inspires a degree of physical en
ergy and exhiluration as unexpeoted as agreeable."
The Rev. Richard Motcalf: "The effect on the di
gestion and the general tone of the system was Im
mediate and benencial. It bas proved just the tonio
"rhe 'Ko'v.'m. P. Webster: "To thoeo who are af
dieted with the dyspepela or derangementof ths liver
and stomach, 1 would recommend the 'Peruvian
Syrup' as one of the most effectual remedies that I
have ever known."
The Rev. Josoph H. Clinch : "I have found such ben
eficial results from Its administration that I have not
hesitated to recommend it to friends who were suffer
ing from physical prostration, or a generally relaxed
condition ot the system." ... . ,, ,
The Rev . A. Jackson: "I have derived great relief
from it in an attack of the pllea, and from that phase
of dyspepsia, one of the unpleasant symptoms of
which Is a too eagor apatite.''
The Bev. J. Pearson, jr.: "In debility, it is not only
a perfectly safe, tint an effectual tonic. In dyspepsia
we think It is a sovereign remedy."
Prof. B. Vitolle Hcherb: "For all tbeprotoan forms
of disease, and Innumerable complaints that are com
prehended nnuer tne popumr nut somewnat vague
terms of nervousness and dyspepela, I believe the
Peruvian Syrup to be a veritable specific."
FOR SALE BY ALU DRUGGISTS.
SMTPrincipal office No. 128 Fourth-street, Neave's
Building. , . J. H. HAKRIMON,
sep 19 General Agent for the Western States.
LANE V BODLEY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner John una Water ta..Ciaclnnntl,0.
LIGHT IN TBE FAB WEST I
M ROBIN?, Jr., & CO., NO. 35
West Flfth-stroet, between Smith and John,
keen constantly on hand the best article of COAL
OIL. and LAMPS of the most improved patterns,
particularly adapted te burning the same, sapitoaw
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