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Merchants' Exchange Building.
tv Ov artioleof fttooday upon' the wbjeet of
1nmid facilities for the T, II. Mr Library
AesoeUtloo, aui a ' MerobasrU. Exchange
Building, has itlrred up tba friends of different
sites, each agreeing as to the neoessltj of
afltloi la tfcsse matters. A altlna propose for
M Mtohango", Smith iNixons JIa.ll and
the ballding beloiglog thereto. Hia oom
munleatloo will be found, no Qrst page.
The lot on the 'eoath' aide of "Fourth-street,
on whloh la 6L Paul'g Church, fronta 61 feet,
tftsnrl AWtanila It a 1r 1 i A-.- ll I fill.-
building, if the lot be not" sold. Is to be im
proved by taking down: the front and ending
theeburoh flush with the street, and (besides
to the fall width of the lot, and a steeple to be
placed oa one corner. This alts' ii convenient
for merchants, and needs hot a' Borne to com
plete it for Immediate use. ' We suppose that
it can be purchased for $50,000, although one
thousand dollars per foot bat been- asked
for It. '
. Fartiei have named ;to os other localities as
speeially suitable Wood's Theater building
and grounds, ninety-two feet on Slxta-streot
and eightr-seven feet on Vine-street. Also,
the Hay-seals oorner opposite, ninety-one feet
on Vine-street and sixty feet on Sixth.-street-It
is claimed for these sites, that the rooms on
the first Soor wonld rent at snoh ratoa as to
furnish Exchange Rooms without ooit.
Impudent Persons—Annoyance at Street.
Corners.
We hare a oommuntoatlon from a number of
ladles in theBaat End, "urging a complaint
against loafers of various .grades, age and
color, about the Omnibus "Stand 'at" lower
Morket-spaoe. Ladies are- annoyed by rude
noes and impertinence; and, aa a reoourse, and
of oonne, rely on the Pmkt Paagg to have
the nulsenco abated. We catl the attention of
Capt. Skill and the polioe force to the im
portance of securing the ' market-spaee free
from loungers and obstructors of tba Omnibus
Stand, to which the wives and. daughters of to
many lebororing men resort unattended.
A Retiring Judge.
Judge Joseph R'.:Svtak, of the Supreme
Court of Ohio, now lalhls. city, returns
to-day to Columbus, '"we On Jerstand, to
resign hit offiot. . Hia regular term of service
uweu in my uu ibo ermine, wurcn, ail must
acknowledge, baa, with him, been spo'jMS.
Appropriately of hint may the commendation
bo uttered " Well done, good and faithful
servant? . , - ,. K
Little Ella.
The New Tork court has associated JaMitfl
S. Tbatib with Mas. Bukhb, In the guardian
ship of the precocious little girl we have
hitherto spoken of, Dow to be known as va'
Hill Whitibh. .The father, ..Fiuaois
Wbittsn, of this city, Is to have access to tbe
child at will; and the lady having Eta in
custody it restrained from exhibiting her pub
' Holy without the consent of the cotirt.
Licking County Agricultural Society.
Wear Indebted to TV. M, CritNiNasaM,
Treasurer of the Licking County Agricultu
ral Society, for a special invitation to attend
their fair, which opens at Newark to-day, to
continue th ree days. t'.. ' . .
J3f A rumor was on the wlog laat evening
to the effeot that Dvotor Oarlo bad. challenged
Mr nn.flo.lnV m.A . k. I I ... -I-
were being arrelnged for a fight .to-day. At
a late hour, we were unable to trace the report
to any authentio source. San Fraticiieo, Times,
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LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
From Washington.
WASHINGTON, October 4.
A month ago Information was received in
this city of fllllbusteriog movements against
Sioawgua; Although the statement was
not fully credited, it was deemed of suf
cieot Importance to justify the issuance of
luitruoliuus to the proper Federal offi
cers to exercise more than ordinary vigi
lance, the President himself superintending
these precautionary measures. The recent ad
vertUament in the New Orleans papers of a
steamship to' start from Mobile for Cniriqui on
the 1st uf October, added to other accumulat
ing suspicious eiroumstames attending the al
leged contemplated invasion of Nicaragua, but
on inquiring of the collector at Mobile, nothing
has been beard to oonfirm the truth of the re
port so far as that port is concerned. Within
the present week, reliable information has
been received here, as -stated in the general
newspaper dispatch yesterday, that a large
number of atrangers were in Me Orleans, in
cluding many prominent men known to have
boon heretofore connected with the flllibuster
Ing enterprise, and this, together with other
eirenmstanoee. excited suspicion in tbe mind
. lawful expedition. .
Last night one hundred or on hundred and
Ifty of them left that city, the presumption be
ing that they bad gone to the Baliae to await a
vessel. A olearanse bad been asked far the
steamer Philadelphia, professedly for Cbirriqui,
but whiob Colleotor Hatch refused for reasons
above stated. The agent of the steamer was
rersieteot and again applied for clearance,
ut with no better suooosa than at first.
Of tbeae our Government la Informed, and
probably they are the only one from authentic
sources In it possession. , It is believed this
sabjeet was to-day a matter of Cabinet consid
eration. Orders havs been dispatched by telegraph to
the commanding ofllcers at Baton Rouge for
concentrating and holding the Federal military
la reserve, to be need, if necessary, as a pom
womitatm fnr the enforRemeritof the lane.
It is believed here and the Cacti whloh have
Just transpired, em to warrant the cooclatfon,
that ne Diltbua'era so nrranged tbeir plana as
- to avail themselves of the -ad'anlagea afforded
by the r opening of 'the Nicaragua Transit
The Adminiatratio I datermised by all the
tseant in its power, including the employment
of the land and naval forces, to compel respect
to the neutrality law. - --
The loitruotlon id- Ulinlater DImltry are
pertteelwly with reference to the re-opening
St" Aa) Transit, and a ..hot h Qovern meets bars
M te tbe Lamar-Z'lard Treaty, It Is tun-
isiioaragua win onur no oosiacie tome
Ste of (be mail.
ttM nreienoenf Potmaater Oenoral Hnlt In
Msw lork', Irf O'lboeotlon with tbd list named
snbjeet, Is expressive of the desire th Onvern
stent has in the fulfilment of th Jbnton
aeatraet.
.
The Cricket Match.
NEW YORK, October 4.
Theplav on tbeSL Gsorge's Crioket Grounds
at lloboken, waa resumed .to-day", at quarter
before twelve o clook, f arr and 11 ay ward at
the bats to tbe bowling of Gibbs and Hallis.
. Tbe following is the score, inoluding the
runs made yesterday: "
All England's eleven, Drat lonings tlay
ward, b. Ilallts, :;; Carpenter, c. Senior, b.
Hallis, 26) Wiideo, (mo out,) 3; Parr, b.
Gibbs, 7; Coffin, b (libit., f; Lockyer, o, Lang,
b. Hallis, 12; Diver, c. Halls, b. Oibbs, 1; H.
Stephenson, b. flntttj, 10; Caesar, b. Hallis, 0;
Grundy, b. Hallis, 10; Jackson, (not out,) 8;
byes 10; leg-byes l;wldea 12; so balls 2, 25.
Total 156.
The twenty-two of the United States,
second Inning Long, o. Carpenter, b. Witdeo,
8; Waller, c. Lcokyer, b. Coffin, 0; Sharp, c.
and b. Coffin, 5; Hammond, b. Coffin; 0; Gibbs,
e. Lockyer, b. Coffin, 0; Scarlet, e. Ctrpentor,
b. Coffin, 1; Wlsden, b. Cuffio, 0; Wilhy, b.
Coffin, 0; Senior, o. Carpenter, b. Coffin, 3;
Higam, b. Coffin, 0; Newhall, b. Coffin, 0; Mor
gan, o. Lockyer, b. Coffin, 0: Barclay, (ma out,)
1; Hallis, b. Wisden, 5; S.Wright, (not out,)
3; Head, (not out;) 0; byes 1; leg-byes 3, 4.
Total for sixteen, 86;
Tbe play was stopped at five o'elook, when
the twenty-two of tbe United States were
eighty-two behind with only seven wickets to
go down. There were ten thousand spectators
on the ground, Including a large number of
ladles.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
ST. LOUIS, October 4.
. The overland mail, with dates to the 12th
ult., reached Jefferson City this aftornoon.
Sufficient returns had been received to in
sure the election of the entire Lccornpton
Democratic ticket, two members of Congress,
Superior Judge, Stnto printer and a very
largo majority in both branches of tho Legis
lature The Peoples' Reform Ticket in San Fran
cisco has been elected by a majority of from
ona to throe thousand., . .
Just previous to tho departure of tho mail
of the 9th ult., Judge Terry challenged Sena
tor Broderick, which tbe latter seems to have
accepted, as a meeting between the parties
on that morning was provented by the po
lice. ...
Business at San Francisco oontinued dull,
with a light country demand. Tho quota
tions were, nominally unchanged, but for the
few goods selling buyers obtained better
terms. . ., , .t
The St. Louis Fair.
ST. LOUIS, October 4.
cloaed yesterday, are eminently satisfactory.
The display of animals was never perhaps
equaled in this or any other oountry. The
array of machines, agricultural Implements,
textile fabrics and specimens of handicraft
generally was unusually comprehensive and
varied. Tbe display of fruits and flowers waa
creditable to the horticultural progress of tbe
west, 'ine attendance on tne grounds during
the entire seven days was unprecedented.
, The receipts amounted to nearly $50,000.
: When it la remembered that no entree fees
were charged for any article exhibited, that
tbis sum prooeedt from adminsion tiokete alone,
the suooecs of the exhibition beoomes apparent.
It is already stated that tbe directors con
template tbe removal of tbe present amphi
theater, and th erection of one of double
capacity. , r ,i ...
Later from Venezuela.
NEW YORK, October 4.
steamship Jama Adgtr, fiom Charles
ton, was boarded by a boat from tbe bark
Whiit Vfing, from' Lagnayra, and received on
board a passenger with Venezuelan papers.
Tbe Freneh Charge d'Affaira had been sent
not of tbe oountry on two days' notice His
opposition to theuiating government and
participation In the late bloody revolution, are
the cause alleged for driving him away. Gen.
Rubin, with the government forces, had taken
tbe town of Marguetin, near ' Laguayra, but
th rebel, Gn. Agiradn, eeoaped, Barcelona
hud been retaken nod the government forcea
were everywhere viotorinua. The revolution
ists, or rather rubbers, bad committed the most
outrageous exoessea, murdering and plundering
to a fearful extent; From present acoounta,
however, their triumph is at an end.''
The Rescue of La Mountain.
OTTAWA, C. W. October 4.
Professor La Mountain and Mr. Htddook
came into Ottawa yesterday, having landed
one hundred and fifty miles north of this place
in the Great Cnad& Wilderness. They were
brought out by Indian guides In bark canoes.
Tbey traveled In their balloon three hundred
miles and wero up in the air only from four to
five hours. For over four days they had been
in tbe wilderness without food and with no
means ef striking a fire. ..They were resoued
by a Mr. Cameron, who was hunting timber
with Indian guides, ..'
Michigan State Fair.
DETROIT, October 4.
The Fair of the Michigan Stare Agricultural
Society opened to-day, and will oontinue four
days. Tbe first day will be devoted to entries,
the second to examination. of cattle; third, ex
amination of horses, and the fourth, awards
and exhibition of premium articles.: i
Gov. Banks, of Massachusetts, will arrive
this evening, and on Thursday will deliver tbe
annual address before the Society. . ,
Horace Ureeley is altoexpeoted to bepresont,
and will deliver an address. Tbe weather is
fine, and tbe entries and attendance la large.
Kansas Election.
LEAVENWORTH, October 4.
An election was beld to-day on the question
of acceptance or rejection of the Wyandotte
constitution, which passed off quietly. The
adoption of the constitution Is generally eon
ceded. Leavenworth City gives 231 majority
fur tbe constitution'. Atchison City and town
ship gives one majority.' Other preoincts to
bear from will increase the majority.
More Fillibusters.
NEW ORLEANS, October 4.
refused a clearance to the
steamer Philadelphia, for Aspinwall, to-day,
because it is alleged that the Meamer is encaged
to take W alder and ZOO or 300 men from Texas,
Alabama and elsewhere, now encamped below
the city, ready to start for Nicaragua, ostensi
bly bound for the Chtriqut gold diggings, In
tending to leave on tbe fifth inat.
From the Coast of Africa.
BOSTON, October 4.
The Hazard, which arrived at this port
to-day from the coast of Afriou. reports bavins:
been fired into on the coast by . tbe British war
steamer Pluto.. The C. 6. sloop of war Vin
cennet was at Loando on 14th August. All
wn. .., ..... . . .
Naval.
NEW YORK, October 4.
The V. 6. brig Ptrry was at Moutoveido on
the 10th ult. - All well. .
PENSACOLA, FLA., October 4.
There are some hope of saving the United
State taujer,'iiJ(in. , ,
... The first case of fever was reported here
to-day. 1 . r
r
River News.
PITTSBURG, October 4.
fonr inches by the pier-mark
and falliog. Weather clear and pleasant.
Loumvills, October 4 P. M.
.River fallins slowly, with four feet eieht
inches in th canal, and two feet ten inches
on the fulls.
Georgia Election.
AUGUSTA, Ga., October 4.
The returns from the election held In this
State yesterday are thot far very . meagre, and
unreliah'lo. Gov. Brown Is' re elected by a
boavy mjrltv. In the eight and ninth Con
greFsiontl Districts tbe returns so far Indicate
the elcoilon of th Democrat! candidate,
From New York.
NEW YORK, October 4.
Cornelius Wood, who, it was allcgod, had
pushed down 8tricker at the instigation of
the Mozart Hall men, comes out in an affi
davit, declaring that he was not In the in
terest of Tammany Hall and the Regency,
as represented by Csgger and Fowler, and
that in knocking down Striker, be struck
the wrong man and intended to lay low Mr.
Alvord, the Chairman of the regular and
rival convention.
The steamship Teutmin, from Southampton
on the afternoon of the 17th ult., arrived here
last night, bringing London files to tbe date
ol her sailing. They contain Admiral Hope'
report of tbe battle between tho British and
Chinese, in which no allusion whatever is
mado to aid and comfort rendered the
British commander by our forces on that oc
casion. - i
The Hungarian's Mails.
BOSTON, October 4.
The mail by the steamer Hungarian of the
21st ult., via Quebec, reaohed here this morn
ing, and will go forward to-night.
The fight between Tom Sayers and Bob
Brettle lasted only fifteen minutes. The let
ter's arm was injured.
Messrs. Clare & Sons report the cotton
market slow of tale, with prices remaining as
before.
Messrs. Richardson, Sponoe A Co. say that
with more pressing on tbe market, prioet ar
&. lower, f i
County Fair.
SPRINGTOWN, PENN., October 4.
' The twelfth annual fair of the Montgom
ery agricultural society opened tbis morning.
The display of Agricultural implements and
machinery is very large. The collection of
imported stock of Dr. Charles Hoffnagle, of
Bucks County, is on tbe ground, and his
Arabian stallion, cows of India and Calcutta
sheep, are attracting large crowds of visitors.
Tbe annual address will be delivered on Fri
day by Sidney G. Fisher of Philadelphia. ,
Departure of Walker and his Men for
Nicaragua.
NEW ORLEANS, October 4.
General Walker and his men left the city
last night, and sailed from Berwick's Bay
this morning in a steamer chartered for the
purpose without a clearance.
Tho attompted clearance of the steamer
Philadelphia for Aspinwall, was made to
band the authorities. Harry Jdoury com
mands the steamer. . i.tf T,'.
Later from Mexico.
NEW ORLEANS, October 4.
. Flag says that tbe fever
is last disappearing lrom that place.
ArlviceB from Mexico state that General
Doblado with three thousand men from
Northern Mexico was marching south. Gen
eral Woll was recruiting his army, which
had sustained severe losses In the late vic
tory ovor Doblado.
Central America and California Mails.
NEW YORK, October 4.
It has been deolded by the Postmaster Gen
eral that all the foreign malls for Aspinwall,
Panama, Central America, Ac, are to be sent
by the Vanderbilt steamer Norrhtrn Light, to
leave on the 5tb lost, from New York.
Tbe matter of the California mailt is still
unsettled.
Sentenced for Life.
MADISON, IND., October 4.
Lanoeskea, who killed Hollis last March, in
a street affray, was sentenced to-day to im
prisonment for life.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
CARD.
TO TUB LADIES. -
1 "
Just received, by Express, to-dar, a ,
. heotirul lot of . . . ,
IHILDREN'h FANCY HATH.'
Tbe ttyles are caw, and the goods t
sholce. ,,,
, ALBO-A few elegant Biding 'Bats.';
D. P. BAKKRt
1M Walnut, below Fourth. ..
OCSiWf
wnnrcaiTti ntftrbDa ' mill
And to our Jobbing Sep ir.ment a stock of
HATS, GAPS
-AND '
Qnlte as attractive for varMr, ' Cheapness and adapt
ation to ti e want of Western Trade, as can be found
in anr Eastern establishment.' ;
We have a large and desirable ttock. Merchant
will And It to their advantaco to give ns a call.
WE DODD.& CO., ;
144 Main -street, .
oclbw East side, below fourth.
LATEST. G ENTLGNGR
. will be gratlflod by an examination of onr
Dreas lints now lo style. We make the finest Hats
fur the prlco iskod that can be. found, and guarantee
our . '
. FOUR DOLLAR HAT , ,
To be equal to the "Best Hutu" sold for thatjprlce any
where Eaat or West. i ' DODD A CO.,
ool-ttwt 144 Maln-atnwt, east aide, below fourth', '
(JwfS MASONIC. STATED COM-
iflSff" MUNIOATION of N. C; Harmony lodge.
Nil, 3, F. A A. M., will be held tbU (Wodni-eil.iy)
rveniug, October 3, at aoveu o'clock, In 11. 11. Lodge
11 oom.
ocfm
' CHARLES R. IOLQER, Sec'r.
PALMER'S DEPILATORY
POWliEIt will remove euDerflnons ktlr
witlu.nt (nil, If and according to the directions.
tilng entirely free from all arsenical or other poison
ous ingredient, no dnnKer need be apprehended from
Its application. Price 50 cents. oc4.
PALMER'S BALM OP ROSES
is a Breonrntlon that will ba dnlr innranU.
ti'd iiy all that rioiire to restore by art tbe bloom of
youth. Its application Is quite Rsr; Its tttKAt per
fectly natural, and Its use Is entirely harmless, ft is
applied with a moiatened cloth. Price S3 cnts foco
(gS PALMER'S LIQUID BLAKC
i.-SSS' DF, PEARLK Is fait eupersedlnit the nse
of powder for the race. aa. In Rdditlon to all tbede-srubleproprties-of
the flnost powder, It poratwies
that of ullaying a.11 inflammation, removes tan. ud
Imrn and freckles, and when properly applied, it ef
forts can not be dhtlngiiiahd from thou of Natnre'a
oivn bottutifler. It is applied with a soft sponge, rub
bing the f ice gently with a piece of aost ilanuel after
It baa become dry. Price Ml cent.
SOLON PALMER, Agent,
Manufacturer ana Importer of Perfumery, No. W
West Formb-ttreet. . ocs
THAT DR. HOBACK'S SCAN-
I)lKAVIAV TIloMl Plll nd Tllnnrt Pnrl.
Bnr are a pnililve enre for Dyspepsia la proved by
numerous tcitlnwnlals in the Doctor jpuatBslon,
thlch can lie examined at bis office, So. r East
F ourthtreet, by any one at any time. ocl-um
LADIEV MHUI.L
TUCK.
flay O0MB-l.-Jutt
Mnaiirart a fM.tka manlimf
tjiniioly iicw pti.ttfrr.rf, by . .
POTIOR T) TAX PAVKR
Th. .....tn.tti.n nf ri.I ... . .
by District Ameeaors, in now open fur eiamlna.
tioa, at the County Audlior'n offlc. ti, whi.-h nn.
t'on Is direotM If ai.y complaint I lo be made, the
me abuald be In writing, and previou to the fourth
Holiday In October, 13, after which uo complaint
Will D0 rttC6l 3cl
By order of tbe Board of Kqnatliation,' ''
HOWARD MATTHEWS,
spMt Auditor. '
KRNfJRIlll ! MI.-.IISC! AI. aasa.
- utbbi i.nuKiiuwioMKtiuaiT inn ITiOBK 0m
IneulphytlclHtia, and I7 the m t careful driv glet
jlironghnut th United Bta'm, to be the mosl fTotaal
bloixl-piu-iftHraver known, and to hav relieved more
suffering, and elf t-d mofA rerniaiienr curea, th n
enwu-jr i. i i i. .i .
wi'itiiiUKniiwn or'it-raiuii. rK'roilllS,
ilt Hlixiiin, Krys.p.,8aiid held, wlv eruptions
of whatKnever nature, are 0 tnd bv a few bottu-a. and
tho Hy..i r.w-rl tofolt-tienlh and Vigo- Full
it. a explicit ilir 0 loon for thecuruof ulcerated sore
lens, an I othrrmrrnpt and running ulcer, is given in
toe pamphlet with ea h bottle. For al by J11H N D
PA"K, MUIKK.E KiTKIM .00., and OEtTBtii
id. D1X0N. Price 51. aspl-r
DIED.
ELLIH On Tuesday. October 4. Carnlln. young.st
daughter of Oliarle Win. and Mar'a Ullis, In the
sixth yeurefher ago.
Friend anil acquaintance arelnvited to attend the
lanorai nil uay. neunvituay.i n u uw . at.,
from tho north-east cornor of Sight b and Jubn-
trivets.
Dixon's ,, Blackberry. Carminative,
A SAFg, SAST ARD IPriOTUAb OtJgl, FOI
Summer Complalut. Diarrhea, Flux, (be
SV Twenty-fire eent per bottle.W
SKO. M. DIXON, Drngglst,
attfo-cm
Oorner of Fifth and Maln-treeta.
Democratic County Ticket.
State Senate: ''
( THOMAS M. KIT, City ;
, ' ' GEO. W. HOLMES, SpencerTp.;
, ,. ' ' E. A. FBRODSON, Oreen Tp.
Honaeof Representatlrea: . ..
WH, J. FLAOQ, City;
. JOHN SCHIFF, Delhi Tp.;
JOSEPH JO.NA8.Clty;
. ,. PATRICK ltOOBBS, Oltr,
J. F. WRIGHT, Bprtngfleld Tp.;
' DR. WM. JONES, Sycamore Tp,; .
' WM.8. JESTJP, Harrison Tp.
Board of Canalisation:
DR. J. L. VATTIKK, City;
ISRAEL BROWN, Sycamore Tp.;
J. DAN JONES, Columbia Tp.
County Treasurer
DR. B. D. CROOKSBANK, Orean Tp.
Judge of Court Common PI
ISA AO 0. COLLINS, City.
County Commissioner: "
JOBS N.RIDOWAT.CIty.
Director of Infirmary:
SAMUEL BE N. Green Tp.
i- . !eep2Uttl 1
Opposition County Ticket.
' For Judge of tbe Court of Common Pleas:
WM. SI. DIXON.
For Director of County Infirmary: "
K. L. MCCHMOBB.
For Members of the State Board of Equalization!
JOHN F. TORRBNOB,
BAMTJEL B. KKYB,
O.O. HATS. - " ' '' '
ForTreasnren
, ROBERT BEDQER.
For Oonnty Commissioner: '
JOS. 8. BOSS. . -
CITY TICKET.
For Justices of the Peace: !
''"J'' : ' ' F, K. MARTIN,
H. H. SCHCLTZ. ' 1 ' -
Opposition State Ticket.
.- For State Senators:
, W. 8. BDBROWK8, . ' '
.., '. : . W. L. LEONARD,
BENJAMIN EQGLEBTON. '
. For State Baprosentatlveai . .' , '
, Dr. WM. B. DAVID) . '
. GU8TAVI TAFKL, . - ,
.... . . .' . W.O.CRIPPBN,
JBPTHA OARRARD,
r ... 1 JOHN M.O0OUBAM, . ' "'. ' "
. WM. FLOKO, , I 1 '
' J088PB CILLKT.
sepJT,
Opposition Meetings will be held at
the following places!
WEDNESDAY EVENING—October 5.
At PleaMtnt Kldge, Columbia Township R. B.
Hiyee. Garrard, Bedgor aad other; B. From, In
Qerman.
At Reading-Messrs. Iggleston, Burrowes, Oocb
ran,' ho., aud by lieaar. Jacobl and Tafel, in Ger
man. California T. H. Whetstone, E. 8. llp;ett, Dr.
Davta, Turrenceand o hera.
Martin' Mills, nor Cl-vs.-f.r. Newton, Dr.
Trueman, Peter Zlun, Uno.e Joe Bom and Invisible
Oreen. 1 .. , , ..
Waw Haven-Dr. Leonard, J. A. Ourley, John W.
Caldwell and 01 lley.
THrtt8DAV-OetobrS.
Clifton, at bead of Vine street-Dr. W. B.Davis,
Jamea Elliott, and in Carman by Tafel and Oarrard
Walnut till l, at Janrtl'-n of Madison and Mont
gomery R..ails-W, H. Durrowes. A. E. June aud
other. f.t,
Armstrong Meeting; Honse, at Indian Bill Tor
rence, Esgleatoa, MucUmore and other.
Wli.elmrg, A nilerai.n. Township -Messrs, Jaeobl
and others, In German. . .,.
Dont. Green Townshlp-J. A Gtirley, Leonard and
0. w.Duulap. By order of Committee.
WEDNESDAY EVENING—October 5. JOSEPH COX. Chairman Opp. Com.
ST F. H. ROTYEKAMP 13 A CANDI
Jafe for re-election to the office of Justice of the
Pew. ' aertfjtt
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
EIPOSITION
' ; ' ' ' LADIES' ' -CLOAKS
' ' -ON- : : "
FRIDAY, OCT. V
& IIOPKIXS.
CORNER FIFTHAND VIMH. ' , ' f
., ... oedctj ,. .-.i .. . ' .;;
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
, And Otbera WlsUing a Supply of
BLANK TO
School 'Books ,
lvdsCEUAlYEOUS BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
WILL FIND AT '
I . .... ,1 1, ( u ,
OUR ESTABLISHMENT
.' ; . ... ti.-.. i
: - THa
Largest and ; Most Complete Stock
. i'-' I'' "' ' ' !! '" - HI
iXH IHK.WBSi;...;: , ',.
n"''i' 1 r 11 i 1,1 '
i iti ! u 1 mTTm" ; tv. . : i i-Ui: ','
aKat Dealers vialtlhg tbe' city will please bear la
mind tbatoor home Is convenient to all tbe Pearl,
street stores, and those baring business In tbat quar
ter hare only to step around the comer to porches
their Boots, ""' ' '"'
;. ' .. , . .'i.y:
APR LEGATE ' & CO.
Remember the Number, "
43 - 43 4Q . 43 43
BELOW 6EC0WD.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DEIAM),
CITLER,
M01EB AHTIQTJB ASD BBO0ADH
SILK DRESSES,
- Just received from New Tork Auction Sales.
RICH LD AI NE ROBES, &0
For Ladles and Hisses. Beautiful ' assortment of
French Merlnoea.
03ETII!TXgu3LXri
WOOL SHAWLS,
Tails, Rubles, Maripoaas and Opera Boods.
BLEQANT DI8PLAT OF
DRESS SILKS AND ROBES,
Velvet Flounced Robes, Fancy and White 811k
Bobes, for evening. , t . !"
Cloaks and Shawls!
Kmbroldered Velvet Cloaks, Cloth Oloaks, Baglans
. and Dusters; Stella, Brtchoand Btriped Shawls.
MERINO UNDER-WEAIl
' And Bosierrr for tadles, Geuts and Children, .
. ' selling at Coat.
. PIECES OV
At 87,f o. and f 1 per yard.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLEB,
v 74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE. . '
t .- loc3-M W At Fl :'''"
DRY GOODS
Bought at 25 per cent, less than
IMPORTERS' PRICES.
"". . ' JUST EECEI7ED FROM THfl
NEW " Y02K ATJCTI0IT SALES,
' .:"i - -'.V . n i ; . . .nit . . viin .
'''' . ' ;i : . . ri :f iri . : , !
FAKCT SILKS.
titiMeMtMfMieMMeie
at iius.
801'KK 8ILK8 at 820.
KXTRA SILKS ...M...i.",..'..,,..m....at 7Jc.
ELEiJANT BLACK SILKS............,. .at 74.
FIGURED FltENflH MKIIINOKS... at 7J0
PLAIN FREXCH MSBINOKS i...at 630.
B0PKR ENQLISB MEKIMOES .... ............at Sue.
PABI8 VALBN0IA8 ...;,....... ,at Uo.
( ', ALSO', A GEEAT ; VAUIBTT OF
Dr ess Goods,
i , . i ' , , , . ,
. That will compare favorable with th above prloes. ,
i ' -, i ; .'"i -j'j ".: '.. ;. '1
. ; ..it: I, ;, .: 4 ;
THE DOMESTIC STOCK
Comprise all th bMt brands of '
8lietlogi,
Bhlrtluffs,
i Calicoes, ... v-
. , " ' U litaerJB i
: : : , .. : ,j ...... ,. 'i
. , i ' . m: FJlannelt , ctcr
v.. '. ...j
. Whloh I am now offerlndat ,
fviANUFACTURERS PRICE8.
' . '. " 7- ' '.l'-v ' '
CUAS. S.WEATliERBY,
. .i!'.u- f ri' Ks-jrf"iv up. t, v.: I
; ; Fifth-street,; :i
BBXWBBN (VINB AND RACE-BTRpETS.
'1 ocU-bj' ' . . .. V. '
i n. . r
Clioice Books;
mnrnir '
:,; i HAVB TfllS BAT RECEIVED A
Fresh Supply of the follbwiDg Books:
I1IE MISSISSIPPI BTJBBLB. r A Memoir
of John Law. , By A. Their.-. 1 vol., ltao., SI.
OUT OP MB DEPTHS. The story of a- r7o
Oian'e Life. 1 Vol., Ume ft 1 ' -
.:': :t 'i , i !.' u-:
ALL ABOUT IT Or, Tho History and Mys
tery of Oomlng Things. 1 vol., lmo.,l. l j
LTTEBART REMAINS OP WILL. OAT
LOHnoLABK. Edited by Lewis Oaylord Ulark
' So.,9lM... ...ii . . . .
.fi:. "' ! . i
COOPER'S NOVELS. Ulnstratod dltlon.
; II M per vol.. . i, . . .. .. .. ., ,V(i
7:v;" now RifAbYi "-
The BreTOI
. ,; Wl.h.ton-WIehl '
. , The pilots ., . i , ,., ;
1 I.nsn ofihe ttlobisMUItjl , v
Wyandoitei
The Pioneerl -'
. The Headamaat . '
lied ItoTer ' 1 ' ' '
- ' - Vksj etpy. ; '
( , THE TBA.D1 SUPPLIED BI . '
RICKEY; MALtORT & CO.,
145 Main-3treet.
oa
iii ' .i ...J i-i tS i, tj, ,i,.;.i!, : n
t km1 I .. '. ' 1'!.- m; f i fn'1.
it It r hriif ' tV "nA
nim a uu.,
' '- I-'-. :, " ;:v
NEWVADVERTISEMENTS.
BR OTHER TON. & CO.,
Dealers in 'Exchange,
' CIWCIWWATI. "
THB UNDERSIGNED, OP THH LATE
Bona of -' -
OILMORE tc BROTHERTON,
Has commenced boilnea onder tbe above Brm nam
At Nee. 7 sad 9 Thlrl.etreM,,(Trot Onsa
' ' ' pany Bulldlnc.) v
sepTeni J. H. BROTHERTON.
LADIES' MISSES'
1018,
Of all the fashionable styles,
KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
MADE TO ORDER, AT
LEWIS'S BAZAAR.
No. O'i West FoBrth.treer,'diroolly oppcx
: alto tbe Poetofllce, Cinrlanail. ' sepW
MELODEON HALL.
. MO3. AXDt MADAME ERNEST,
Respectfully Inform their former patrons', and the
cltizena of Cincinnati and vicinity, that tUelr Bchoct -
will open on
Saturday, October 99.
. tca
LATIMER, COLBUEN k LUPTON,
.' ' ' Ko. S5 PEARt-STREET.
i i, . . i. , . . j .. . ; i ,1 . -
OUR FALL STOCK OP HARDWARE IS
now full and complate, and lucludta the follsw
Ing goods, in large" (identities: -
' ' ' 'vr:
Dntcher's C. 8. Files, first Qualltyi
Butcher's C. M, Files, Anehor brnnrlj
gpear-ik Jaukaon's Saw and EJsje TobIs
Woatenholm' Cuilvry, In (rent variety
I.iunson, Ooodnow A Co'.s Table Cutlery)
Axeo-lhe celebrated "1. C. 4s L. brand,
the best and chenpest Axe In market
' 1,0(10 dozen) ' ' . ; ' J j L
Huut'e Axes and Edge Toole) "
Walker's Cknlus, GrllTJu'a Horse Nolle,
. Armltace. Moose-bole An vile, Hoe 8c
Vo.U Haws, Boston Ueltlnst Co.'a Uoods.
, Auburn PltiDoa, Naylor's Steel, oVb.j
And a large assortment o( AMEIITOAN, EtJLISn
aud GERMAN SUBLF UAUDWAUB, Wblca wlU
bo sold to th Trade at greatly rUuod prloas. '
- rrr : ;.-:)
LATIMER,
.T;.' C0LBURN,&;1;;!;.,
':Jl' " "iuPTOJi',
No. 00 Pearl-Btreet, Cincinriatl, Ohio.
- (ocM-fi: "
MISSES BAIRD,
118 Wct Fourth-street,
INVITE TBI ATTENTION. OP THB
Ladle to tbtir new and ea lenlre stock of
; EMBROIDERIES,'
LAOID aOOBS,
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
nf)OPS SKIRTS, besttn tnarkotl '
HH R IX r'O.HBfl, plain & Inlaid with gold)
II AIR PINS, news') le) . -,..--.
SHETLAND WOOL VAILS) ,r"
fORT.tlONNAlENUllIBHl h
HEAD DUKiimES) :
KID GLOVES, nillDAt FANS). ',.
NKTTHFOR TI1K HKAD) '
And great variety of Fancy CJOodl. whloh vf offer
'..'I !.;.atLOW'PlUUJS. , ;'
MISSES BAIKD;
118 Wat Fonrth-street,
oelaw ' Bc'ween Tine and Bace.
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
OAK HALL CLOTHING DEPOT.
.XUA2JCAT -j A ' i r U M
BARWISE & KING.
106 Mnin.st., Three Doora above Fonrth,
" '( '"CIB0IMNATI, OHIO, ' -i
WE HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGB
aad complete assortment of Beady-made
Clothing, gotten up expressly fur the Retail Trade,
comprising all the styles of Frork Ciat, Itiislneaa
(loate. Overcoats; Velvet, Cathmernand Pluan Voei:
Black and Fancy Pants, all of which are warranted
of tbe beat materiatand workmanship.
Alao, a pvnernUtix'k of Cloths, of all colors: "as
xlmeres, Overcoat lugs. Busineas Coatings and Vest
logs, in every style, which we are prepared to make
to order, in the beet style. . ,. . .. :
tnr Oentlemen'a FuriishlnK Goods. oclbwf
Gr H3
.PATENT,
IMPROVEMENT
IN
k i .i ii'-'..' .
Any atlyle of nrntra rno br let or Reset vrttk
j yvv . - .this Improvement. ,
AS THE MERIT." OF THIS VAI-
V I'AllI.K ImproventHnt have been Si lly eatab.
ilied lu this city anil vlcml y by over KIVRTHOIT.
IAMI who have wed it the pat two winters, we
nrHiiniH it la only mresiary to rnilnd all who da
Ire scohumt and onuroiiT that 'I eeasrn to prepare
f. r winter ha arrived, anil that It wonlri he well to
have their Grate want before the Fall Hnust-CLiAil.
ino commences; the sooner It la dou the bettor.
Our wurkmea leav no dirt; there la no neoeaaity ot
'tmnvlng carpet or furniture. . ,
Any oommniiicatlim throush mall will receive
ir mpt attenti'in, and deacrlptive Oiroular will be
ntratlaildlred, -
Order) may be left nt No. 90 Weat Fifth.
trent, where the Patent Htove may be aeen.
JT. H. n VAN )., I'ruprlel.irB.
J. Bf.AKFl.T. Oeneral Agent.' . v oolo
IWM IN T1IK FAR WEST!
f ROBlS Jr., ?Cft:v WO. 36!)
LTJLa West Fifth-street, between Bmlth a 4 John,
.rep constantly on hand gtie hot artloe 1 1 (ML
IL, and LAIIPb of tne mnt Improved pat ern,
partisokutly adapted to burning th saaw. sepNaw
dm(iig mmM
in . U

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