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PRIDAY..:i.:...... " OCTOBKH.
The Fashionable Vehicle—Street Railroad
Cars vs. The Omnibus.
Oood-bj, old Oaiuibual t . We thought you
tu a great improvement on the old stago
eoaoh, and patronized 70a aa a great fKTorlte.-'
With the faahidn ta, Yehiolei, you have in a
great meaitue to give way to, not the "Low
Baok Carj" but the long, low, street railroad
ear. You are a melancholy example of the
pithy law, "one might 14 Veil be oat of the
world aa out bf the fashion." "When we won
dered and admired your first rude enterprise,
years lang syne, when introduced on Front
street, to 6ttveyhe"adventurou8 few frorti
Job Em rsox'a, on S Lower Market-street, to
Oobbin's Sportsman's Hall, we thought you
was "some." Sines, when the Rccibrs, and
the Lathams, the Dohkrtys, and the Tuixf.b
Datidsom," had brought you to well-nigh
perfection Id comfort,' capacity and in
numbers, we gave it up, that the women at
tending market from the Third and Seven
teenth Wards, in the Kast End, and the
thousands. depending, upon you in the
Brighton, and West End quarter of the city
could not get along without you, and that,
aye, forever. We would have to climb up
on top, and when seated, rumble along from
one side of the street to the other, stopping
for the "beebles and the babies,'' but we have
learned & lesson; all doth suffer a sea change.
As to this' street "railroad change,' we blamo
a set of Thilndelphiaus, who came from the
Quaker, City, way over the mountain.", up
setting all. our .old notions of omnibus par
tiality, leaving tracks of their iron rule in
the very middle of our streets, their cars
turning neither to the right nor loft for man,
woman nor, beast. '"'
Good-by, we say, old omnibus friends, we
hope to hear of your welfare in the rural dis
tricts, but in the city, you are esteemed to be
"old fogy,'' and must yield to the reigning
fashion? The jaunty little ear, clean and com
modious, glides along before our doors pleas
ing and accommodating all. We surmise that
Kansas, or Arlzonla, or some of the popular
sovereignty Territories, "way over yonder,"
would be a good place for you to "star" it.
The game is pretty well played out, here, for
the omnibus. ,We do not know how legislators
in compromise times, will' get along without
you, whem hard pressed to "save the Union.'
They have heretofore relied so seourely upon
an "omnibus bill," that, we suppose, a few of
the old-fashioned vehicles will have to be
bought up and retained for Government uso at
Washington. The day of the street railroad
cars has come. -Clear the track; the car of
progress 1 passes the Pinny Prrss office, now,
day and night. . AH aboard, then, who wish to
tubicribe for the people's penny paper, or to
ndvertiss in the daily read and preferred by
men and women, old and young.
The American Voter.
As the Prmnt Prkss has a number of ob
serving go-ahead boys for readers, there must
be inculcated in our columns for their edifica
tion and encouragement, some seasonable doc
trines in reference to the approaching election.
We suppose they know the value of freedom;
and the importance of the elective franchise)
nnd that It Is by government and good laws
good people are protected from the oppression
of bad people, and that the wealth and homes
of the people are in a great degree protected by
the guardians chosen from their own ranks.
Now, granting the importance of seleoting good
men for guardians, you suppose, of course, all,
who own property, will go to the polls and
vote, expressing their own views as good Amer
ican independent citizens should. ' As an
eleotion of general importance will be held In
this city on next Tuesday, we ask the boys to
observe what estimate men of wealth pay to
these important duties, and what a sport and
gamo is made of the whole affair by mere
politicians. '., ...
We believe some of these importers of
voters, brow-beaters, and downright defraud
ers of a portion of the eleotors, would be
abashed if they realized that their arts were
fully understood and denounced by an honest,
true-hearted American boy. The game of
politics has become so degraded that the
behests of party clique bave to be carried out
by the votes. , The party's nominations offered
to the people of this county at the coming
olection are above the average, but still Young
America, by watching what the grown np one's
do, may " even here learn to prize higher and
praotioe better the duties of an Amerioan
Distribution of Public Books in
There will be bids received until the 25th
inst.fby T. B. Monro, jr., Secretary of State,
at Frankfort, Kentuoky, for carrying and dis
tributing the public books and documents of
Kentuoky to the several counties by eight dis
tricts. District No. 8 ineludes Kenton, Camp
bell, - Pendleton, 1 Boone, ' Harrison, Owen,
Trimble, Oldham, Carroll, Franklin, tirant,
Shelby, Henry and Gallatin.
The books and documents to be distributed
are, the 1st volume of Metcalvr'sj Reports,
the Report of the Superintendent of Public
Instruction, the Report of the Autitor of Pub
lio Accounts, Registration Reports, Commis
sioners' Blanks, Registration Blanks, Blanks
for Common Schools, and ether documents
neeessary by (aw to be distributed.
Pugilism—Yesterday's Prize Fight.
Paioi and Killt, it will be seen by tbe
telegraphic column, have bad tbeir famous
gwlae figbt. Hihuh'8 friend Pities whipped
Australian Kbilt, proving tbe best nan
eleven ronnds at BstiooJT, getting the poor
pmlihed man in "chanoery" on the twelfth
rouad. Qhanoery ia this game, as is the legal
one, is getting one's head under tbe arm
the stronger and bloodily pommeling it until
one cries 'enough."
Our weather, pleasant as sunshiny day of
Mtui could he, for the past few days, was
saw freeing seriously affected by the rain
oran in which the steamship Canada en
terwl Hulifax. We trust that the chQl
the weather does not forbode ill news to
Tankees from China or Ingland.' , . , :'
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Result of the Prize Fight.
BUFFALO, October 6.
Tli a n;.i gM Ihla mnrhinff At Point Ahlno
in Canada, resulted In Price whipprtig leHtf
in twelve rounds, occupying forty minutes.
Kelly was seoonded by Harry uibben ana
Johnny Master, and l'rioe by Ileenan and
Maoksjr At 1:40 P.M., the men shook hand;
and stripped for the fight. Kelly appeared
one bunch of nraiolt and mere powerful of the
two, 'while Price is olean-Iimbed, lighter and
more active Prise held- two hundred dollars
in his hand, offering to bet it that Kelly oould
not whip him' in one hoar's time, but nobody
took it ,
t first Round Considerable sparring, Price
smiling and good natured, Kelly seeming cool
and resolute; after one or two light passes they
cllnohed, Price throwing Kelly, but getting a
black-eye In the tussle. 1 ' 1
Second Round Both went briskly to work,
after some oounter-hltting, Price struck Kelly
on.the left eye, drawing the first blood; some
brisk lighting done; Kelly struck Price a blow
which Ileenan claimed foul, saying that he
would claim the fight if it was done sgaln;
referee decided not foul. Price carried to bis
corner; second round drawn.
Third Round Somt wide sparring and one
or two body blows exchanged; elinohed, Price
' Fourth Round Without much ado, Kelly
struck full for Price's breast, but missed, Prloe
doilglngquiokly : some bard blows interchanged;
Price backed to the corner and clinched; Kelly
finally knocked Price down.
' JiHth Hound Kelly came up more oonfident;
Price looking not quite so fresh, though smiling;
both guarded and cautious; closed in briskly
and a dozen or two blows exchanged; Kelly
down.' Two to one are offered on l'rioe, with
no takers. .
Sixth Round Doth "come to the scratch" after
merely washing their mouths with water; Kelly
led oif with a "stinger" under Price's ear, re
ceiving one full on the eye in return; clinched
and Kelly thrown heavily.
Seventh Round Both came up smiling and
spirited; Kelly backed by Price into a corner;
Kelly's eye bleeding profusely; Price bleeding
on the neck; five to two offered on Price; heavy
blows Interchanged; Kelly dropped.
Eiyhth Hound Very short; after sparring
le's than a quarter of a minute, Price knocked
Xinth Round Prico improving and backed
Kelly to oorner; utter some sparring clinched,
Price throwing Kelly.
Tenth i?onri3 Price sgain backed Kelly to
earner; clinched, Price giving Kelly some se
vere body blows Kelley fell. This round
lasted one minute.
Eleventh Round Price still tacking. Kelly to
corner; few pastes exchanged! Price knocked
Kelly down. This round lasted half a minute.
Twelfth Round Prloe very confidont; Kelly
more so than before; after some light sparring,
some hard fighting dose, Prise getting Kelly
in "chanoery" and punishing him severely.
. , Upon time being called for the thirteenth
round, Kelly's second came forward and throw
up his cap as a signal of defeat. The fight
lasted forty minutes.
WASHINGTON, October 6.
A second edition Judge Black's pa.mphlot
haj been issued, with an appendix, in roply
to Senator Douglas's Wooster sneech, and to
the criticisms ot a different kind, which have
appeared in other quarters.
Lato Inst night an official dispatch was re
ceived from New. Orleans, stating that tho
steamer Philadelphia had bocn soized by the
United States Marshal. An answer was im
mediately transmitted, directing the reten
tion of the Captain and crew in view of judi
cial proceedings, and to hold the vessol,
which, if it shall be found sho was eirployod
in a filibustering expedition, will be subject
to forfeiture Tho dispatch further stated
that tho artillery company from Baton Rouge
was on the way to tho point whore it was
said tho fillibustcrs have congregated, ready
to be used by tho Marshal as occasion may
rcouire in the effort to arrest them. Never
has more earnestness been exhibited with
regard to any similar expedition than in re-
lation to this one, for the frustration of which
the most vigorous measures have boon
adopted. So far the efforts of the Federal
officers have been successful, and it is relia
bly asserted that their proceedings are alto
gether satisfactory to tho Government.
The instructions sent to Mobile, not only
refer to filibusters connected with tho pres
ent expedition, but to those who went out in
the former one in the Sutan. The order is to
Our commercial restrictions with Brazil
have been further relaxed. This is a subject
on which the Administration has taken active
interest. An official dispatch was received
to-day announcing that the export duty of
ten per centum, neretotore charged, on the
leading exports of Brazil, including sugar,
hides and otber'native products, has been re
duced to eignt per centum, Dy a recent decree
of the Emperor, which is now in full force.
The Cricket Match.
NEW YORK, October 6.
The ctioket match to-day for tbe benefit of
the English players, In wbioh they played
against each other, one half being on each
side, assisted by five of the players selected
from the twonty-two Americans, was very
Interesting, though the attendance was not so
large as the first two days, -
The following is the score: Lockyer's side,
first innings Wisden, English, b. Hay war J,
13; Grundy, English, b. Jackson, 31; Coffyr,
English, b. Hayward, 23; Parr, English, c.
Carpenter, b. Jackson, 6; Lookyer, English, b.
Jackson, 1; Caesar, English, b. Stephenson,
M; waller, American, b. Jackson, 1; Wiley,
Amerioan, e. and b. Stephenson, 9; H. Wright,
American, e. Gibbs, b, Hayward, 16; Hudson,
Amerioan, b. Hayward, 0; Henry, Amerioan,
(not out) 0; byes 13; leg-byes 4; wldes 1:
Stephenson's sido, first innings Sharp,
American, (run out) 3; Jackson, English, c.
Lockyer, b. Wisden, 25; Hayward, English,
0. Wilby, b. Wisden, 1; Diver, English, b.
Greenly, 0; Carpenter, English, (not out) 6;
Gibbs, American, (not out) 0; leg-byes 1.
Total 36. '
Carpenter, H. Stephomon, John Lillywhite,
of all England players, and Gibbs, Ford,
Long and ttenge, of the American Club, are to
go in to-morrow to finish tbe first Innings on
tne American Bias.
WASHINGTON, October 6.
New Orleans papers of Saturday, reoelvod
this evening by the Kouthem Mail, furnish
Tampieo dates to the 2iith ult. A letter from
tbe Liberal Camp makes light of the recent
engagement betwoen uenerals Won and Desra-
lado. The latter is still near Vlllita, from
whence be sends word to tbe Commander-in
Chief, that his division is nearly organized.
The brigade of Zachatecai was supported b;
six pieces, and a numerous park of artillery
bad 'also incorporated itself with the division
of tbe center. Numerous desertions from the
enemy are reported, at one time five hundred
of the infantry, at another a numerous body of
cavalry. . ,
There was bo concentration, of troops for a
combined attack, nor does.it appear that any
detinue plans nave yoi seen oeoiuea upon.
American Board of Foreign Missions.
PHILADELPHIA, October 6.
At the session to-day, Rov. Dr. Chcever
submitted a memorial to be forwarded to the
Senate and House of Representatives, asking
that more vigorous measures be resorted to by
our Government to cause the law of the land
against the foreign slave-trade to be vigorously
enforced; tne honor ot tne nation to be pro
served and the country savod from the dls
grace of renewing a traillo held in abhorrence
bv the civmied world. ..
After a debate, tbe memorial ires' rc "erred to
the Businew Committee. -
RICHMOND, October 6.
The House of Clerical and Lav Delegates was
chieily engaged to-day in referring varibusJ;
amendments 10 me canons to uio uuimutev
on Canons. A motion to hold the next con
vention at Chicago, occasioned a long debate.
Amotion to substitute Now York was lost.
IS'o final action was had on the subject. N
Dr. Binney, Lord Buhop of Nova Scotia,
was formally introduced to the conventibn.
The Committee on New Diocose reported
recommending the admission of the diocese
of Minnesota. Adjourned. .-
The, House of Bishops sitswith closed doors.
PITTSBURG, October 6—P. M.
River - unchanged since neon. Weather
clear and cool. .........
ST. LOUIS, October 6—P. M.
River rose two inches at this point last
night, and has been stationary to-day, with
about five and a half feet water in the chan
nel to Cairo. Nothing new from any of the
upper streams. Weather clear and pleasant,
LOUISVILLE, October 6—P. M.
- River falling, with four feet six inchea ia
The Canada at Halifax.
SACKVILLE, October 6.
It is supposed the steamer Canada from
Liverpool on the 24th nit., has arrived ai Hali
fax. There Is a desperate storm of wind and
rain prevailing, and the Horse Express with
the news, if the steamer has arrived, will not
be due here before nine or ton o'olock to-morrow.
NEW YORK, October 6.
Charles M. Lcupp, a wealthy leather
dealer, committed suicide by shooting him
self this morning. ' 1
Fire at Leavenworth.
ST. LOUIS, October 6.
Tlio planing-mill of Messrs. Iligginbottom.
it Co., of Leavenworth, Kansas, was burned
on Sunday. Loss $20,000; insured for$T,000.
Fatal Accident. At about 11 o'clock last
Wednesday morning Mr. Abrata James, who
lives at Mr. John Uortzler'i saw mill, and Who
Is in Mr. Hortzler's employ, accidentally and
fatally shot himself, lie was in a boat with
two companions, on Mad River, end while
getting on shore tho ttlggef of the gun caught
and it went off, the charge passing through
his left arm and bis heart, killing him
instantly. Mr. James leaves a wife but no
Springfield (Ohio) News.
y-BAitct Rev. Dr. Parsons's eorinon at
Nashville, Tenn., a short time since, Rev. F.
Bath, a German Missionary, stated that when
Dr. Parsons was a stage actor, he (Bath) aad
two of his brothers wore members, of the
orchestra that played musie for Dr. P. Now
Dr. Parsons Is one of the stationed preachers
In Louisville, he (Philip Bath) is a Missionary
to tho Germans of Nashville, one of the broth
ers is a presiding elder In Indiana, and the
third a Methodist olass-Ieader.
j3"Lieutenant M. F. Maury will deliver
tho address before the State Agricultural Fair
at Nashville, next Tuesday.
Opposition County Ticket.
For Judge or tbe Court of Common Fleas:
WM.M.DIXON. ... 1
For Director of Comity infirmary:
E. L. MUOHMORE.
For Members of tho State Board of Equalization:
JOHN F. TORBENCB,
For Treasurer: ,
For Comity Commissioner;
. ' JOS. S. BOSS. ' ' '
Opposition State Ticket.
For State Senators:
W. 8. BTJBKOWES,
W. I. LEONARD,
For State Bopresentatives:
ftUSTAVE TAf EL,
W. 0. CRIPFISN,
JOHN M. COCHRAN,
For Jiutioei of the Place:
F. K. MARTIN,
H. 11. 8CHULTZ.
Opposition Meetings will be held at
the following places:
FRIDAY, October 7.
Biijht Mile House, Green Townnhlp-Speakera: W.
0. Thorpe, James Elliott and W. 0. Orippen.
Miamltown-B. Thewrlght, Ollley, Dr. Leonard,
SATURDAY, October 8.
Flaxuiyer's, (Joleinin Township -saurek,
Tofel, Flo'to amlGaYmrd. '
Murphy's School Hoiiie, Delhi Township J. P.
Wllliamn, P.Zinn, Dr. J. A. Warder, A. W. Blinn
and Dr. Leonard.
Montauk-E. S. Lippitt, J. B. Jones, W. C. Thorpe
Polktown.Symmes Township 1'ncle Joo Ross.W.
C. Thorpe, Eggleston and others.
Union Meotlng for Harrison, Whitewater and
Crosby Townships, at Harrison, Saturday afternoon
at two o'clock Burrowes, Leonard, Crlppen and
Ciitttiot-Hon. J. A. Gurloy, P. inn and Uncle Jo
MONDAY, October 10.
Dny's School House, GroenTownihip-Dr. Leouard
anil IJiiuinPtin cdkiibu, rdq i&ici 111 uuruitm.
By order of the Commlttoe.
ocil J. E. BEES, Hoo'y Opp. Ex. Com., Ham. Co.
Democratic County Ticket.
State Senate: ,
THOMAS M. KKY, City;
GF.O. W. HOLMES, Spencer Tp.;
E. A. FEBGU80N, Green Tp.
House of Hepresentatlvoa:
WM. J. FLAOO, CHy; .
JOHN SOHIFF, Delhi Tj.i
JOSEPH JONAS, City;
PATRICK ROGERS, City;
.1. F. WEIGHT, Springfield Tp.;
DR. WM. JONES, Sycamore Tp,;
WM. S. JESTJP, Harrison Tp.
Board of Equalization:
DR. J. L. VATTlElt, City;
1 8RAEL BROWN, Sycamore Tp.;
i. DAN JONES, Columbia Tp.
DR. E. D. CROOKSQANK., Green Tp.
Judge of Court Common Pleas:
ISAAC 0. COLLINS, City.
JOHN N. KIPOWAY, City.
Director of Infirmary:
(AMUEL BE NN, Green Tp.
MEHEDKTH TBANtKR On the 4th Inat., by the
Ttvv. Mr. Paige, Mr. Vim. H. P. Meredeth to Miea
Emma M. Tinnier, ut the rcsidonce of thu bride's
lutni r, nil oi newnort, fty.
lUi-hmond and Pittaburg, Vs., papers ptoase copy,
KRItit-BOAZ wodnutdav ovon ng.
in the First United Presbyterian Cliureii, Cincinnati.
I.v tiie Key. (1. D,
Arvhibald, Mr, Win. Kerr i
Miss Emily Boa.
LIl'PITT On Vodnefday ereiiliig October
IAVI, tnrali Frances, eldett uaiighter of Prof, E.
and Sarah L. Lippitt, tigcd i yours, 10 months and
I:IV. ' . 1
Thu friend of tho fnniily lire Invited to attend tbe
funeral from the reeidcncit of her parents, No.
vi tut fcvciilii-streHi, nt gu chick j- riuay morning.
CHAl'JIAN-Oi-f.bei, at oVIock, A. M
scurlet tevor, Stella Snicnd, ngml 2 years Slid
mouths, ilautililer of Harry and Julia tluipmau.
Mi-FALL Litat eveulug, nt tbe residence of
parents, No. 2 Kllzabeth-atrenl, nt scarlet fever,
Charles, eldest son of John J, nnd Catherine McFnll,
agil live year. i '
Fiinernl to-morrow (Saturdiu ) at 2 o'clock. The
iricuas oi tne lamny are mvitcu to utienu,
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A Sin, IABT AND EFHOTIUI. CPU, TO
Summer tomplalat, Diarrhea, Flux, Jtc.
! W Twenty ti cents per bottle." ' '
r , -QBOi M. DrXON, DruggW
; anM-cm ' bonier of fifth and Maln-atrwts.
S- T. H. TtOttfcKAMP 18 A CANDI
dafe for re-election to the office of Justice of the
All persons baring bills against the Opposition
Committee, will please present them for payment en
SATURDAY MOBNING, October 6. ' ''
ocj-b JOSEPH COX, Ch'n Com.
J, CARD, ,
' TO THE LADIES. V.';.,'.
ifi' ' 1
. Jutt received, by Iipreai, to-day, a
beautiful lot of -!' ! 1 h M
,. CHILDREN'S FANCY HATS.
The styles are new, and the goods .
holoe. ; '". ' "
ALSO A few elegant Hiding fiats. : :
' ' . " : D. F. BAKER, '
Hi Walnot, below Fourth. '
. '; .1 , 003SWf 'i
will be gratified by an examination of our
Dress Hats now in style. We make the flnost Hats
for the price sake! that can be found, and guarantee
our 11 ' , ;',".:
; four dollar nAt
To be equal to the"Boit Hate" sold Cor thatlprlce any
where East or West. , , ODDCO., .;
ocl-awt H Miila-street, east side, below fourth.
M4SOJJIC STATED COM-
MDNlCATIOH of ; CYNTHIA m
oiiGE. No. 153. F. and A. Masons. THIS tA
(Friday) EVENING. October 7, at 7 o'cloek.
By order of the W. M. ' w
oci, OHA3. BUYERS, Secretary.
SPECIAL MEETING - CIN-
ntxrsATTT.onr.18. Vn lsatf. and A. A
asoni.will meet for work on SATURDAY, fiKjr
October 8, at 7 o'clock P. M. A punctual at- W
tendance is requested. By onlw of W. M. '
I iTIinea copy twice.
I. O. O". F.-THE OFFICERS
nnd members of PHItA- ..Vv-vtv., ' ,
DKLPHON ENCAMPMENT, o. OS, SWfie
I. U. (J. Fi, are hereby. noUtlod to at
tend the regular meeting, THIS 1 ri- 'ilf,fi.f
tend the rei
f X' V
day) KVEEUHU, 7in insr. a punwuiu
attendance Is reiuested,as an important amendment
to the By-laws will be brought ut lor aio.P'ic;.
By order of the 0. P.
Uer 01 III U 1 tta.UM.Jki ii, iuuin a t
r.HAJfD MASS MEETING OF
this TiEMnnftAnV. Thero -will be a
niHHe meetiug of tiie Democracy of Hamilton County,
at Fifth-street Markst-spaco.onSIJTlJKDAr KVlils
1NO, October , 1859, at T& o'clock. lion. George B.
Pugh. Hotl. George H. Pendloton, Hon. William S.
Groesbeok. Gen. William II. Lytic, Joseph K. Kgly,
Esq., and P. McOroarty, Esq., will addreBS the meet
ing. Alloltlzensare Invited to bo present.
,,. . Chairman. .
SIXTEENTH WARD OPPO-
ditia p it.i.y Rnllv tn tho rescue!
FRIDAY EVENING. October .7. at the corner or
Eighth and Freeman-streets. MubIo, the Artillery
and Fireworks will glvaJntoren iC tieB9,4,n,f.-
oc-b GEO. B. WHiTL9M-
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Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumery, No. 3S
West Fourth-itroet. ocS
THAT DR. ROBACK'S SCAN
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Her are a positive cure for Dyspepsia ia proved by
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.NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
Tan re-valuation of real estato. as returned
liv tiie District Aasessors. la now opou tor examiua-
tinn. nf tlinflnnntv Auditor's office, to which atten
tion is directed. If any complaint Is to be made, tbe
same should be in writl ug, and previous to the fourth
Monday in October, 1659, after which no complaint
win ne receirea.
By order of the Board of Equalization, ' ' -
, UOWAED MATTHEWS,
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL WIS.
CO V FRY ia acknowledoed br the most em.
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Saltltheum, Erysipoloa,8cald.head, scaly eruptione
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the syatem restored to full strength and vigor; Full
and explicit directions for the cure of ulcerated sore
M.DIXON. Price VI.
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
. PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
1 ' (Fronting tbe Bteamboat LundlDg.J
North-east Corner Broadway and Front.
E. F. LEVEEING, Proprietor.
Premium Coal Cooking; Stove.
Smoke-consuming Coal Cooklug Stove.
Is without a rival. Gallon "'
Inventors and Manufacturers, ;
Novelty Iron Works,
3 8 3
Fourth-street, West of Smith
Examine the Alligator and read testimonials.
Our Four-Dollar Dress Hats
Are Selllna- Very Bttpldly.
fllUOSB WHO STUDY. ECONOMY AND
M. reoulre an- elegant Ohapeau should call
solect one from our numerous styles. . .
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHION ABLE HATTERS,
-i No-149 Main-street, .
" OJIS DOOR BBLOW FOURTH. '
F Jj AG PRESENTATIOJV,
BY THb" IiADIE3 OJ C0Vi(ITON,,
'' ro tbe , ' ' '
INDEPENDENT : KENTUCKY HOVERS,
. . At Odd Fellows flail, Covlugton,
Itltir.SDAY EVENING. OCTOBER
JL I8.W, on which occasion a Grand military
m i. .ion t,v tho Dommnf. KlnK Preseutatlc
h.lf.naitelffht o'clock. Muslcly Oarrisoo Band.
mrjTl.iraf ran Im. nhtaillled of tilt following Itll-
tlcraen: Ois.;iNNATi-Captain W. 8. Mnok, w fifth,
street? Major J. W. Burke. Thlrd-street: Jamos
Murphy, MadiHon Ilenae. JovixnTCJi-Bla.-kbutn
Now. Pike-strct; Noonan Bro., Ucott-atreelt
Jamea ileLanglillu. Clwitou JUouse. KawrokT-lleo.
H. ITearona. ,; . ,'
MTAU military (enllemen atteudiiic the Pie
ntatlou, are requested to appear in full dreea unl
form. " ... - 1 .ct7H
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UOIBX ABTIQUJ Ay BROUAIII .
1,1, -, -- -1 .
Just received from New York Auollon Sale. , M
RICHLDAINE ROBES, &o
For Ladles and Misses. Beautiful assortment of
r53IJ!3 ' French Merinoes. ; ;!'.
JSIIUJTILs ISTID ,
Yalli, Nubi;s, Harlpoeas and Opera Hoods,
i ' v! -ELEGANT DISPLAY OF
DRESS SILKS iND ROBES,
. Velvet Flounced Robes, Fancy and White Silk
-:.! Robes, for evening.
Cloaks and Shawls!
Embroidered Velvet . Cloaks, Cloth Cloaks, Raglans
and Dusters; Stella,' Brcche and Striped Shawls.
MERINO UN DER-WEAR
- And Hosiery, for Ladlee, Gents and Children,
' selling at Cost. ',' ;
At STc. and Jl per yard.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & mW,'
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE PIKE'B OPEUA-HOCSK.
,ocS-M W & FJ
JOHN H. DETERS,
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTUEEK,
No. S3 Went Fourtli-etrcet, -"Tf
AS JUST RECEIVED A SPLENDID
assortment of the renowned Philadelphia
Boots and Shoes, for fall and winter wear. Call and
tee them. ' ' . ; " oci -
0 PROCURE THE V Cftr JiJSBi'
STENCH. MARKING TLATE
That can be made in the city go to
33. Iwl. POWERS,
1U6 Wnlnut-t., lict. Tlilril nnd Fourth,
fU.vt HnnrlnlhA MnMfinic Tnmnle.
T.. M. P. has three Diplomas awarded him for tbe
Cincinnati, Hamilton anil Dayton
Cincinnati Trotting Park.
A TRAIN OP CARS WILL LEAVE THE
Slx-streot Depot on FRIDAY, Ootobor 7, at
2:30 P.M. Returning will leave the grounds at the
close or tn race. .
Fare Fifty Cents Out and Back.
oc6 l)" D. MoLARAH, Siiperlntendent,
Any Stylo of Orates cnnlie fte.t or It cue t with
A S THE MEItlTS
OF THIS VAI,
DAItliR Improvement have been fully celah-
llshcd in this city and vicinity by over FIVE THOU
SAND who have used it the past two winters,
nrnBiimn it la mil? nfcesdarv to remind all who ce-
alre sconomy and comvobt that the season to prepare
for winter bits arrived, and that It would be well
bave their Grates rosot before the V.ux Uouhk-clran-ima
flnmmAncnv. thn aeoner it ia done the hotter.
Our workmen loave no dirt; there la no necessity
mmn. ,i. f iirnnta nr filrnitliri.
Any commnnlcation throiinh mail will reeeivs
prumpt attention, and descriptive Circulars will
sentgratiB if desired. -,
SMTOrttern ninr be left nt No. 20 Wcjt Flflh.
street, where the I'utonlntove nmy lie aeon
.1. 11. K Y an tic rroinietors
J. DLAKELY, General Agent. ocao
Places of Holding Elections
CITY t'liKBK'S OFFICK, 1
IN purauaui'o of a resolution adopted by
City Council, on the Sth day .of October, iw,
notlrc is boreliy given to the qualified electors of
different Wards, that the followine; plaoea were des
ignated to holci said elcctlon-said election to
hnl.lnn ,m l, I III, iliiv r, f lc t'J lOr. IXVJ. vl.l '
Flr.t Ward-Old englno-hoiisc, north side
Fourth-etreot, between bvcamoreaud Bniadway.
Second Ward Kngine.hoiiee,ne westof Median-Ica'Institnto.onSiath-atreet.
Third Ward-Smnll brick office, north side
Second-street, between tudlow and Lawrence.
street. ' e , ,i
Fourth Ward Engine-house, ent sldo of ylne.
Street, hotween Front and Second-streets. ;
Fifth Ward Mo. 0 Knglne-houM,eaat side of Vlne
strmt, between Canal and Conrt-streeta. .
Hlxtli Wnril Hoikniuifs Coal -oil ico, on FarU
street and Wliltovrattr Canal, .
Hcventh Ward Leonard's Pork-house, on
side of Elm', neat Fourtoonth-etroet. '';,''
Klgbth Ward Ensine-liouso pnCulter-slreot,
ninth Ward No. 7 Knxme.liouse, oa Wobstor.
street, betweon Main nnd Bycumorf-stroota ...
Tenth Ward Englne-liouso on Itace-street,
Thirteenth and lfoortoonth-streiits.
Kleventh Ward Junollon of Hamilton-road
Vine-atreot, at Mohawk EuHliie-lioiine.
Twelfth Ward-llrlgUteu i;nglne-house, on Bank-
''Thfrtoenth'Ward Engltie-lieme on Sycamore
street, betwiwi Heventh ami Klghth-stroets.
Fourteenth Ward-Ungiiic houso on Guorgo-olreot,
K'twoen I'lunt ami Wuaturn-row. - ,
Fifteenth v ard csta-ra Bngliie-hoiisu, on Fifth,
street, betwenn Mound and Hiolih-etreels.
Hlxtusiith Ward north-went corner of Wghlli
Freeman-street". . . ' '
Ucventeenth Ward-Now wglne-hoiuo, corner
Vancoaiid Front-etmets. , , . .. .
The polls will be openod between tho hours of
anil eight o'olock in tho morning, nnd elnne at
o'clock In the afternoon. HAM. h. COBWINB,
, c7-U i - - . city Clerk.
LI U A.
And In our Jobbing DePMlmtnt a ilock of
Xj9LXXJE1S FXTXtS, '
Quite a attractive fur variety, ' cheapnon and adapt-
tlon to tbe wants of Weetern Trade, can b found.
In any Eastera establishment., . , ,., ,. .
We hare a large and desirable at ook. Merchants
t tnd it to thad a4nntat to ivs
WM. DOD fi? .COA
-V -. ,. I
r , A I."
; - : .! - .'.-or
ii-r r .',:f .. ' -ON.
FRIDAY, OCT. 7.
CORNER FIFTH AM) VINE.
18 Went Fourth-treet,
KVITE-TIIE ATTENTION -OF -THU ;
. Jadies to their new and extensive stock of
v i. r
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
HOOPS SKIRTS, beat In market;
SHELL COMBS, plain ifc liilnld with foldt
HAIR PINS, newatyleat ;; ' 1
S U ETI.AND WOOL VAII,8
HEAD DUESSESt ' '
KID GLOVES, BRIDAL FANH ', . '.,.
NETTS FOR TIIE HEAD;
And a great variety of Fancy (Jowls, nliioh we oiler
' .. atLOW PIIIUE8.
118 West Feurth-street,
, Betvoen Vine and. Bare.'
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
OAK HALL CLOTHING. DEPOT.
BARWiSE & KING,
lfftf .Unin-st., Three Duma above Fourth,
. CIHOIHilATI, Ob 10. ,
WE HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE .
and complete aaeortment of Koady-ma.de
Clothing, gotten up expressly tor the Rotall Trade,
comprising all the Btyles of Frock Coats. Business
i;oaie, uvercoaiB; voivot, vwBiiirii,u .... ,n.n.
Black and Fancy I'ants, nil of which are warranted
or the best material and workmanship.
Also, a general stock of Cloths, of all colors; Oas.
slmeree, Overcoatings, Business Ooatlnga and Teat
ings, In every style, which we are prepared to make
to order, in tne best siyio.
war ueniiemen s eamieninK wuub. wjiuw.
SOLUTION OF PKOTOXIDB OF IBON, - -
RADICALLY' CURES THOSE DISEASES
whore other medicines aro of no avail, among ,
Affections of the liver, Dropsy, neu
ralgia, Bronchitis Insipient Con
sumption, Bad State of the
Blood, Boils, Carbuncles,
Scurvy, Piles, Com
plaints peculiar to
Females, Gene- ,
, .,,,.,. , . AKD . , ., .,, .
All Diaonaea which require n Tonlo nnd
' f Altcrotlve DIedlclnc. . - 'J '
Read what theee clergymen, who reside In New
Bngland, where the Poruvlan M.rup lias uau tna .
fullest trial1, shy of it: ':' ' .. ,
The Kov. John Pierpdnt inys: "My own eiperlenja
convinces me that the 'Peruvian' will continue lo do
siiccesslul uatne wiui uiaeami. " . w-
ttiioets that It gains it will hoid."
Tho Kev. Warren Durtori sajs: "I do not hesitate -to
recommend the Pornvian Byrnp to any whose ban
its render them. liable to headache, dyspeptle com-
Elalnts, neuralgia, nervous affection and general da- ,
1 lie Iter, annnr jj. ruuur: - mn , uvu.
intense norvona hemlache, exhaustion and losa ol
gtrength.I t'allod to obtain any relief until I tried
the Peruvian tjyrup, since which I have been mueh
stronger, and my headaches have greatly diminished,
both In severity and freqnenc-y."
The Kbv. AugtMtus A. Pope: "I have not been at
flioted with boils since I took the Peruvian Syrup,
throe years ago." . . , , '
Tho Uov. Ourdoii Robins: "It is a duty I owe to he
public to express my confidence in the 'Peruvian :
Syrup' uh a aafo nnd powerful remedy in those vari
ous manifestations of disease oouseuuont upon disor
dered dlaeetion." - j .
Tbe Itcv. Thomas Wblttcmore: "It gives me new
vigor, buoyancy of spirits, elasticity of muscle. I
have no doubt tnut, In casea-of paralysis like mine,
dyspepila, and especially of dropsy, it may beadrain-.
Stored witb a greater prospect of ancoeas than any
other mndlclno In use among us."
The Rov. Ephraim Nnto, jr.i "I uave found great
relief in uslna Peruvian Byrun while anfferlng from
dyspepsia, and am convinced that it has remarkable
powers as a tonic and promotor of insensible rersplr-
8tTlio'llev. Thomas II. Tons: "It invlgorates tha ex
haunted ayatem, und inspires a degreo of physloal en
erm aod exhilaration aa unexpected as agreeable."
U'Wltev. UiohardMotcaifi f'Theeffoct onthe dl.,
gesllon end the general tone of the system wai Im
mediate and bonoticlal, ,.lt has proved just the tonip
The Kev. nl l wemur: iu uuiw
B, . 1 . .
flicted witb th(
tivrun' aa une c
the dyspepsia or derangement of the liver
ih, I would recommend the 'Peruvian
10 of the most effectual remedies that I
Joseph II. fjllncti I "I have found such ben
ts from Its administration that I havanot
irnnommendltto friends who were suffer- .
Tlio Hov. Joseph it. fjllnchi "I have found such ben
eflcial results from Its administration that I havanot
ing from physical prostration, or a generally relaxed
condition of th aya)iu." - - -
Tlio Hot . A. JiicKson: "I hare derived great relief
from it ia an attack of the piles, and from that phase
ot drspepsia, one of the unpleasaut symptoms of
which la a too eager appetite."
-. The Bev. J. Pearson, jr.i In debility, It It not only
a perfectly safe, but an effectual tunic. In dyspepsia
we think it is a sovereign remedy."
i Prof. K. Vltalia Bclierb: "For all the protean forms
of disease, and innumerable oomplalnta that are com
prehended uuder the popular but Somewhat vague
terms of nervousness and tlyspepeia. I believe tbe
hesltatetl torecommeuu it m int-nna wiiu wvru Biiuer-
Peruvian Byrup lo be a veriuuie speciqc. .
'IWPrlucIpal office No, UH Fonrth-streot, Noare's
Building., , 1. 8. lIAttlUHON, .
sepia General Agem for the Western btates.
LANC BODLCY, t
. IIAHUFA0TUB1BB OP - ''
AND CIKCUIAR SAW MILLS, -Oerner
John aui Water I., ClaelsisiKtl,0.
aMy -'i" 'it -i !..-
V .1HM . .-;. 1 1 n "..-
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