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THE PRESS.
AUDI 7f, rBANCJSCO. JOHN D. CALDWELL.
iditom amd rBOpainoiuu
CINCINNATI!
MONDAY. .'. OCtOBKH.
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Masonic Grand Bodies of Ohio.
The annual eommunioationi of the Grand
Inoampment, Graud Connoil and Grand Chap
ter of Ohio, will commence at Coluinbui, on
Thursday of thii week. Tha Grand Lodge
will meet In the lame place on to-morrow week,
Tueiday, October 18.
"Upsetting Machine"—A Curious Dodge.
A Mr. B. J. Dodos, of Wisooniin has In
rented an "upsetting maohlne." Suoh aeon
triranoe will be la operation, no doubt, ia the
election districts In various parts of the State,
next Tuesday, tripping up the heels of numer
ous politicians who suppose they now stand
fast.
The Elections.
Ohio has an opportunity to-morrow to chocs'
State offloers and members of the Genera'
Assembly. We suppose that so large a olty as
Cincinnati is too busy to interest herself In
suoh a small matter as an eleotion, and will
look to the newspapers to get It up and report
the result on Wednesday morning. We advise
the people, if possible, to be on hand and do
their own voting, and the papers will attend to
the reporting,
The Tragical End of United States Senator
Broderick, of California.
The paragraph which announces the fatal
fleet of the ball from the pistol of a Chief
Justice, which tore the very life out of the
b roust of the unfortunate Broderick, a United
Slates Sonator of a sovereign Stato, is a sad
mtiro on the evil of tho duel.
Judge Terry has been arrested, and the
populace was excited over the mournful
catastrophe. The funeral was an immense
enucourse. We fear a great tumult of the
excited people of California. When tho Vig
ilance Committee was in charge at Ban Fran
i'ico, Judge Tkrrt interposed on one occa
sion to provont an arrost, and shot Hopkins,
oe of the committee's police. He having
recovered, the Judge was liberated. This
bloody business may beget moro bloodshed
aud tho Judge may fall a victim in turn.
Sir John Franklin and His Men—The
Sir John Franklin and His Men—The Arctic Mystery Revealed.
Sir John- Franklix, the celebrated com
mander in tho British Navy, whoso heroie
ndvonturos, perils, and finally tragic death in
ho arctic regions has excited the deep sym
pathy of the Christian world, and especially
the active enterprise of theGmsNBiLS, Ka.vks,
IliKTSTKNEs and Lieutenant Simms, of the
United States, was born at Spilsby, Lincoln
shire, England, in 1786; and by recent ad
vices died in 1847. For forty -seven yoarsLis
home was upon the rolling deep. He took
part under Lord Nblsox in the battle of Tra
falgar when he was but nineteen years old,
find tbe DlOB t of the last thirty years of his
life was devoted to a favorite project of add
ing to his personal renown, tho honorof Great
Britain, and tho commercial interests of tho
world, by discovering a North-wcbt pussago
from the Atlantio to the Pacific Ocean. Ho
has fallen a martyr to his zeal for science
and in the discharge of duty. The great un
certainty as to his fate is now cleared up,
and we trust a breathing spell may bo given
the world as to this supposed "opon sea"
ronte to China.
There is a route to the East Indies across
the United States which should at once bo
vigorously undertaken, and a double, pcr
hups treble, avenue of railroads to the Fucifia
would afford an air line route and speedy com
munication from Europe to China and India,
overland.
HIS FIRST EXPEDITION.
Sir John Franklin, in 1819, headed an
expedition overland from Hudson's Bay to thai
Aretio Ooean. Aftor encountering great hardships,
and very frequently at the point of
death from hunger and fatigue, ho reached
horns in October 1822.
HIS SECOND EXPEDITION.
lie embarked at Liverpool, February 1823)
and, after encountering great hardships, th
moving masses of ice forced the heroie sailors
to retraoe their steps. He returned to Eng
land In September, 1827.
HIS LAST EXPEDITION.
This was undertaken on the 26th of May.
1843, in two ships the Erehm and Terror.
The official instructions to Sir John Franklir
were to proceed as far np Davis's Strait as
possible, thence to Baffin's Bay and Lancaster
Hound, thence to Cape Walker, thence South
and West to Bearing! Strait, and, should he
reach the Pacific, to proceed to the Sandwich
Jtlunds.
HIS UNfORTUHATK COVPiSIOXS. "
The following is a list of those whose fate Is
linked with that of the brave commander:
th Ertbiu. Sir John Franklin, Captain;
James Fitjames, Commandor; Graham Gore,
Henry T. D. Le Yescorile, James William
Fairholme, Lieutenants; Cbas. 7. Dei Vauz,
Robert 0. Sargent, E. Couch, Mates; H. F,
Cellini, Second Master; Stephen S. Stanley,
Purgeon; 11. D. Goodsir, Assistant Surgeon
James Read, Ice Master. : With the above
namod there were twelve warrant and petty
officers and fifty-eight seamen and marines
total, seventy. j
The Terror. Francis Rawdon M. Croiier,
Captain; Edward Little, G. H. Hodgdon, John
Irving, Lieutenants; Frederick Hornby and
Robert Thomas, Mates; Thomas Blanky, Ice
Master; G. A. Maclean, Second Matter; J.
Peddle, Surgeon; Alexander McDonald, Aj
aiatant Surgeon; J. II. Helpman, Clerk
Charge. With tho above named, there wero
eleven warrant and petty offieers and fifty
seven seamen and marines total sixty-eight.
Both vessels, one hundred and thirty-sight.
MMT MKbSACK ASS THSV AKXI0US AT HOMF.t
Writing to Col. Sarikb from Whale-iiali
Inland, under date of July 0, 1845,hesayi: j
"I hops my dear wife and daughter will not
ho over anxions if we should not return by the
time we have fixed upon; but I beg of yon
give them . the benefit of your advice and
experience when tbat time arrives, for you
know that, even after the second winter, witb
out sueeets in our object, ws should wish
try . some other channel, if the state of
provisions and health or the erew Justify it.",
A FEW WORDS FROM CAPT. CROZIER.
Til last letter received from Captain
CTH expressed the hope that ha may be.
kesM through Siberia from Behring's Stralfc,
and adds, ''Get through, I firmly believe
kail."
Death of a Pioneer.
Hon. Jamks McBbidi, whoso name is on
rolled on the record of the Cincinnati Pioneer
Association, died at Hamilton, Butlor County,
Ohio, last Monday. Ho lived history, and
wrote history. Ilia contributions will furnish
many interesting pages of westorn narrative
and biography.
In early days Mr. MoB. was a scrivener in
the clerk's office, and his bold and legible
handwriting was a peculiarity that specially
distinguished him in his old ago.
In 1813 he was olected Sheriff of Butler
County, and served as such four years. About,
this time,Mr. McBridk purchased and brought
to Hamilton the printing press and type,
with which was printed the first newspaper
published in Butler County. In 1822 ho was
elected and served as a member of the Ohio
Legislature. He wrote iu 1824, and pub
lished in the year 1628, a work of ono
hundred and sixty-eight pages, entitled
"Symmes's Theory of Concentric Spheres,"
demonstrating that tho earth is hollow,
habitable within, and widely opon about the
poles."
The author of this theory, Capt J. Clevis
Symvm not the purchaser of the Miami
landu for a while a resident of Newport,
Ky., lived and died at Hamilton.
The courts of Butler County passed suita
ble resolutions in honor of Mr. McBridk.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Sunday Evening Dispatches.
Additional by the Overland Mail.
PARTICULARS OF THE DUEL.
Later from San Juan Island.
ST. LOUIS, October 9.
The overland mail reached here last night.
Some of the San Francisco papers ovinoe a dis
position to make it appear to at liroaencK was
the victim of a conspiracy, but tho most prom
inent ones assert that the duel was conducted
in strict accordance with the cod duello. Brod
erick's pistol went off before he had raised it
on a line with his antagonist. Terry's shot
took effect two inches from the right nipple,
carrying away a part of the breast-bone.
Broderiok suffered intense agony from the time
he was shot until he died. When the mail
left, two hours aftor his death was announced,
all the flags in the city wero at half-mast, and
emblems of mourning were beginning to rip
pear in all parts of the olty.
At the eleotion in Nevado Territory on tho
"th ult., the constitution framed in July last
was adopted by 400 msjority. A full ter
ritorial tioket was elected, headed by Isaao
Roup for Governor.
Victoria dates to the 7th ult. are received.
The Colonist says that the United Slates troops
on San Juan Island wero throwing up fortifica
tions on Summit-hill, below the Hudson Bay
Company's station.
The Portland (Oregon) papers of the 10th ult.,
publish a reply by Gen. liarncy to Gov. Doug
lass's letter of August 13, in which he
accepts Douglass's explanation as an apology
for past conduct, but evidently reposes no faith
in the Governor's professions, end declines to
withdraw the troops from San Juan until the
pleasure of President Buchanan is known on
tho subject. Little business was doing at San
Francisco, and the markot was sensibly weakor
on the 12th ult.
[By the Tehuantepec Route.]
Four Days Later from California.
NEW ORLEANS, October 9.
The schoonor Star with advices from San
Francisco to the 20th ult., tit the Isthmus of
Tohuantepeo, arrived here to-day.
Toe steamers John L. isleiilicns ami Uruaba,
which left San Francisco on the 2uth ult.,. for
Panama, took down $1 ,850,000 in specie.
.business at Ban r ranoisco ruled dull and tho
arrivals were numerous. Tho market was
weaker, bnt no decline was noticeable. Candles
heavy and lower.
Judge Terry had been arrested. Tie public
was much incensed. Brodorick's funeral was
the most imposing erer witnessed in San
Francisco.
British Minister Otway leaves on the British
steamer on the 3d inst.
Mr. Conner, Consul at Mazallan, is aboard
the Star. He has secured concessions of great
advantage to our commerce on the Westorn
OOHSt.
The BritiBhship-of-war CWyinohad smuBulod
$400,000 from a post near San Bias.
Tne star Brings largo malls and Government
dispatohee.
GALVESTON, October 7.
j
Tho brig Saim from New York on the 3d
ult., was burned fifteen miles from Galveston.
The passengers and orew took to the boats and
after being out two days landed at Mulajrorda,
The yellow fover was fatal at Houston. There
have been ten deaths per day.
The Canada at Boston.
NEW YORK, October 9.
The mails by the Canada reached here last
night from Boston, and will leave here this
evening, reaching Philadelphia to-night.
The Liverpool circulnr of Messrs. Rich
ardson & Spence reports that the whole stock
ot uotton Has been pressed on tho market,
and the tendency of prices is still downward.
Lower qualities are from (uiJil., nnd hot
ter grades are 11-J (3d. lower. Middling Or
leans is quoted at 0 16-1 6d. Messrs. Stal
terfoll's circular reduces tho prico of useful
grades slightly. A lot of useless Cotton,
though not the lowest sort, has been taken for
export at 4d. Middling grades are emoted
attid.
Messrs. Marriott & Co.'s circular says that
the trade, in the face of a large growing crop,
sec no reason to purchase beyond sullicient
to meet tho prosent demand. ' Tho decline is
steady at l-W(ri,&., and lower qualities are
unealcablo. Messrs. Hewitt's circular quotes
a decline of Jd., and tho larger portion
the stock useless. The imports or the week
have been 22,000 bales. Tho quantity at sea
is 27,000 bales, against 26,000 bales at tho
same time last year.
Accident to the Steamer Quaker City.
NORFOLK, VA., October 9.
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Nearly one hundred passengers that loft
Now York on board tho (Jwfor City, bouud
to Havana, bave arrived here.
On the 7th inat., when fifty miles Boulh
Cape llatleras, the engine was broken, caus
ing great excitcmont on board. Her boats
wero manned, provisioned and equipped,
readiness to abolition the steamer if found
necessary. On the first alarm it was sup
posed she was leaking badly, as ten inches
water wore found in the hold. . Tho pumps
wero manned and it was soon decreased,
there being no serious leak. Tho flag was.
however, displayed, Union down, as a signal
of distress, which brought the bark Dumbar
ion, of Boston, from Turk's lslaud, bound
New York, to her relief. Tha passeneers
were mainly transferred to tho bark with
upply of provisions, and arrived safely
r Z.i -ft li .111 it 1
jinmpiun ruiuua iunt nigni, unaer mo coargo
of J. I. lfargon and Dr. Finnell, surgeons
the ship.
Twelve of the1 passengers and all tho offi
cers of the steamer preferred remaining
board. She was last seen forty miles south
of Cnpe Hatteran, near the Gulf stream. The
wind , was light, but tho sea very heavy.
There was no loss of lifo attending tho acci
dent, nnd no serious dnmago to the steamer
is Apprehended.
Later from Utah.
ST. LOUIS, October 9.
we
Tho Utah mail brings intelligence" of
trial and sentence to two years in the peni
tentiary of McKonaie, the forger of govern
ment checks.
New York Financial Matters.
NEW YORK, October 8.
- The stock market is without improvement,
but, pa the contrary, prloes are unsteady, with a
material fall in several of the railroad share.
The weakness is mostly confined to Western
stocks, which, in the absence of glowing ac
counts from the West, are deprived of a most
potent stimulus. The feature of the market
was tho fall of V4 pet cent, in Miohlgsn
guaranteed. Chicago and Rock Island has
been quite active, owing mainly to the con
flicting versions of the year's business. It
closed at toQM, after selling at 61.
Toledo was weak, dropping to 30. Galena and
Central were steady ut yesterday's prices.
Reading fell to 40,7S', which is VA below the
best prico yesterday. Michigan Southern, old
stock, sold at 4 j, the lowest point we believe
of its existence. Of railroad bonds, no speoial
Changs. State stocks in better demand, and in
most Instances higher prices are paid.
The fluctuations during the week has been
violent at times, prices undergoing a fall ot
rise of 2Q3 per cent, ia a single hour. More
money, or rather more confidence, enables
borrowers to-day to eupply themselves on terms
abont y per cent, better than a few days since.
A more hopeful tone prevails in the market
than at any time for the past fortnight, attribut
able in a great measure to a decline in Ex
change on London, and the very moderate ex
port of bullion by to-day's steamers. The
bulk of the business on call ia at 66J4, 7
beooming an extreme rate. The discount
market is also less plentifully supplied with
prime paper running into January and Febru
ary, this being in demand at 7; choice short
bills are 0, and occasionally 6.
At the seoond Board, prices were materially
lower. 3,300 shares Kew York Central sold,
closing at 78 cash, a decline ot from the
morning; Cleveland and Toledo fall; Galena
and Chioago ; Michigan Central lA; Chicago
Rnd Rock Island -Michigan guaranteed 1;
Michigan Southorn i; Reading . In Ster
ling Exchange there is no ohange. Very lit
tle has been done, and the nominal sales are
1 0M(ff,l 10 for bankors bills.
The VandnbUt took $707,726 in specie, and
the City of Baltimore $23,155,
The Cricket Match.
NEW YORK, October 9.
In the cricket match at Hoboken, whioh was
resumed Saturday, the following is the soore:
Stephenson's sido, second innings Sharp, o.
and b. Wisden, IS; Jackson, o. Locker, b.Wis
den, 2; Carpenter, o. Henry, b. Wisden, 3;
Hayward, o. Henry, b. Wisden, 28; Diver,
(not out,) IS; tiibbes, o. Looker, b. Wisden, 0;
Stephenson, c. Wright, b. Coffyn, 3; Lillywhite,
o. Parr, b. Wisden, 7; Long, o. Ceasar, b. Wis
den, 0; Ford,b. Wisden, 0; George, (run out,)
5; leg-byes, 2; total 86. Total of both innings,
Lockyer's side, 253; do. Stephenson's slde,179.
Lookyor's majority, 74.
Later from Mexico.
VERA CRUZ, September 25.
Advices 'from tho City of Moxioo to the
23d, state that a conspiracy had been
discovered among tho leading officers of
Miramon's army. Thoir object was to over
throw Mirsmon and rccognizo the government
of the Liberals. The Liberals at Vera Crus
wero making activo preparations to seize upon
jalapa, Cordora nnd tho cnpitol. Gen. Corba's
division was entirely routed on tho 12th by the
Liberals at Oajaca. A largo number of pris
oners had been captured, but were afterward
pardoned.
River News.
PITTSBURG, October 9—P. M.
River two feet three inehos at Glass-house
aud filling. Weather clear and oool.
LOUISVILLE, October 9—P. M.
River risen three iuchos einoe Friday even
ingnow stationary, with four feet eight
incos in tho canal.
Arrival the City of Manchester.
NEW YORK, October 9.
The steamer Ci(y of Manchottr has arrived
from Liverpool cm Quoenstown, with dates to
the 23d ult., but have been anticipated by the
Canada.
MARRIED
MITCHEI.l-COPPEK.-In Zancsvllln, Ootober 4,
Piivld F. MUcholl, Etiu.i of Now Orleam.and Mrs.
Hary E. t'oopiT.
JOHNSON-COX. On Wedniwrtay eTentmr, Octo.
BurS, by ihe Bev. Ooorge W. Unity, Henry Johnson
sad Mary Cox, all of this city.
DIED.
BRITT.-On Saturday evening, October 8, H69,
Tlarvoy, Infant eon of Harvey uuil Jane Uillt.aged
nnn vpur. W mnnrlia And twcntv.one dAVfl.
Tho fmicrkl will take placo on tlii day (Monday),
tlia lotn, at i! o cioca, irorn tno refiaonce oi am pa
rout, on Mittli-tnr.-Rtrrnt. betwoen Yolk and Colum-
bln-streeta. Newport, Ky. Friends of the family are
invited without lurtnor notice.
TlOT.lNim On Saturday evenlnu. October 8. at 11
o'clock, Willie, infaut son of Wllllaiu iN. and Uen
BIcDONOUGII. Ou Saturday morning. Octobers,
at the retuiunrn oi tier oneuauu, no. s CMm i iuu.
direct, of conuuijlion, iliiry, wife of iliks ilc
Sonough.
WMGITT.-At SprlngfWd, Ohio.October 9, of
ronmimpiinn. Jinry bi., wiie oi u. . nrigiu, sua
ilaiiKhlcr of JUitrcui t-leptiui.B, ugod tiurty yean.
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A SAFE, BAST AND XFmOTCAI, CURE, FOR
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, Stc.
WXventy-ftve cents pr bottle."$a
GEO. M. B1XON, Drntrgliit, '
aa29-cm Curuor uf Fifth aud AUUi-streota,
SPECIAL NOTICES.
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MASOSIC NOTICE. STATED
MEETING of CINCINNATI EN
(JAal PMESI No. 3. of K. T., THIS (Monday
EV USING, id 7 o'clock A.'.O.'. 7tl. A ful
attennnnco of all Sir Knlglita l.ireQucdtou
ity ornororine m, js. u. v.
wio-a' Ij. (JA3IERON, Becordor,
rTitnpg copy and chuyw Preen.)
THIKTEI3NTH VVAKD DEM-
OCRATIO MEKTINO There will be
linff of the Tlpmorrnev of tho Thirteenth Ward.
THIS (Mondavi KVKNiSO, October 10, at the corner
of Eighth and Sycnniore-Blrfeis. The meeting will
ueu'iuresdcd l lie lion, oeorfcft ll. rondluwu, una
nis T. T oohy aud olhera. lly order of the
Ol'll'tt' KAKUUTIYM CUM BiriTEK.
PALMER'S DEPILATORY
POWDER will romove uirllnoui hair
without fail, If usi'd according to the directloni.
Being out Ircly frrt f rom nil nrfti'iilcul or other poison
oim iourcdieutSi no danger uoed be pprohouded from
ittf upplicaliou. Price W cent. ocd.
fflSPAfiMKR'S BALM OI' HOSES
liMii' is a proration that will be (Inljr apprecia
ted I'VUll that dofiro to restore by urt tho biuont
vonth. It nuplicatiuD is nuito iny; ttscrTei-ts pcr
fectlr nntttrul, and itj w l entirely harmless. It
opplied with a muiatcnod r.iutli. Prico 1 centg focft
ffS PALMER'S LKIUIO 1ILAKC
lili' 1K PEARLR is fan anperandiiK the
ol wi-ders for tho luce, an, lnaddiunn to ail the de
airuhle projiorUcH of tho But powder, it possesses
that ofultavint; all inflammation, reinores tan, tun
Imru nnd frci lilv'.nnd when properly applied, its
cun not bo dUtiuguiahciJ trotu those of Nature's
nwn bwmtifhr. It ianppliirri with imoft .puntro.rnb
Idutt the face sentiy witti a pioco of aost llatinel after
It bus become dry. Price Ml cent.
SOLON PALMKR, Airent,
Mannfachirer and Importer of Perfumery. No-
Wcit Tonrth-ltrnct. oc.1
THAT DR. 110 BACK'S SCAN
DINAVIA?! II bod T-HIm and Rlood Pnri-
lier ure a nwitlve cure for Pynpopsio is prored
numerous tentimonirtla iu line Uortors poMOHJioa,
wlikii cun lie examined at his office, So. A ivaat
t out th-f lieet, by any ouu at any time. ocl-aui
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
The re-val nation nf real eatnfA. u mtnrned
1 lue District AftaeKsorit, ii uow open fur examina
tion, nt tlie Count)' Auditor' ofilce, to which atten
tion iadirocbid. if aiv ciimnlaint U tn ltmilA.
nauie flbould b in wrillna, and preTlouto the fourth
Monday In October, lav, aflur which no complaiai;
will be received.
Uy order of the Hoard of KqmllMllon.
llUWAUD MAtrnEWS,
ep77.lt. Auditor.
KESiMlDl'S MEDICAL DIM
f.'DVmtY is acknowledged lip th mmt
Inent pliyiclaiis. nnd bv the moit cnreful drnftl
throtivhimt Hie United Htalos, to he themonteflecttial
tilrt'id-riuririer oyer known, and to bave relieved moro
fliilforhifr, and effected mure iMtrnianent cure, than
Htiv preparation Known to the nrofeiwion. ficrofula.
pult Itlieum, KryaifwUu, baild-hoad, acaly ernptl'ina
t'i wiiatsoe vr uitiuro, are cured by n fi.w hottica,
theytm retr.rnl tofull atrenirth and ieor.
find explicit dueciinnaiVir thoenrajof ulceratwl
teKS, una oi iic-r i-omipL nun ruunitit; ulcers, is triYcn
the i. iiiinblt ifttli enHi hnrtle. Kor sale by Jim
VAKivl MLIUi:.KUKbTIN .W., aud UUUG
ia. riAviti rriv at, wpiu-ay
Democratic County Ticket.
BUteSenate:
THOMAS M. KlT.dty, "
GEO. W. HOLMES, Bpencer Tp. j
I, A. rE&GVBON, Green T.
Home of HeptWHtattTer.
WM. J. rtAGG.Oiryi
john scnirr, Delhi Tp.;
JOSKPII JONAS. City;
PATltlCK UOaKBS, Oily;
J. F. WEIGHT, BprlngW Tp.i
DR. WM. JONES, Sycamore lt,i
ffai. JESTJP, Harrison Tp. '
' Board of XqoalUatlon:
ON, I. Ii. YATTIEK, Qlty;
ISltAtt DROWN, Sycamore Tp.;
J. DAN JONES, Columbia Tp.
County Treasurer;
BB. X. D. CB.OOKBH AN K, Grsen Tp".
Judge of Court Common Pleas!
IB A AO O. COLLINS, City.
County Commissioner!
JOHN N. BIPGWAY, Cltr.
Director of Ionnraryt
SAMUEL BKvN.Groenlp.
epMlt!
Opposition Meetings will be held at
the following places!
MONDAY, October 10.
TWi Rnhonl Houw. Green Townehlp Dr. Leonard
and Du.itttp.ln EnglUb, aud lafel la Gorman.
By order of the Committee.
oc J. B. BEES, Boc'y Opp. Kx. Coin., Ham. Co.
Opposition County Ticket.
Tor Judge or the Court or Common Pleas:
WM. M. DIXON.
For Director of County lnlrmaryi
K. h. MOCHJIOKE.
1'or Members of the State Board of Equalisation:
JOHN t. TOBBENCB.
BAMCEL B. KEYS,
O.C.HAYS.
, For Treasurer: 9
BOBEBT HEDOEB.
. For County CommUalooer:
JOS. B. BOSS.
Opposition State Ticket.
For State Senator:
W. 8, BUKROWES,
W. L. LEONARD,
BENJAMIN EOQLISTON.
For Btate Beproientatlrei:
Dr. WM. B. DAVIS,
OCSTAYE TAFKL,
W. G. CRIPPEN,
JEPTHA GABBABD,
JOHN M. COOUBAH,
WM. FLOBO,
JOSEPH CILLSY.
TOWNSHIP TICKET.
For Jnstioea of the Peaee:
F. K. MARTIN,
H. H. SCHULTZ.
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SUPERB ASSORTMENT
ELEGANT
DRESS SILKS,
HIGH
VELVET CLOAKS,
Broche Shawl Bordering,
JS DBC -A. W JLm IB
In Great Variety,
Printed and Plain
ME KINOES,
Freeh supply of
Embroideries,
CASHMERE & DELAINE ROBES,
To which they Invite the attention of the publlo.
Thoir stock of
SILKS & DISS GOODS
Is uniiirpasaod lo tho West, and are offered at the
LOWEST PRICES.
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUYLER,
74 West Fotirth-slrcet.
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPEBA.HOTJ8E.
toclO-M vr FJ
ISS0LUTI0JT OP PAETNEESHIP..
Tlie carlnershlD heretofore existine between
the undersigned, undorthe name of Applcgate A Co.,
was difmrdved July 1. l&vj. James ADDleffate hayiu&r
BOtu nil intoreei iu tni; concern to mi eucceaiors.
JAJltB AFfliBl.ATI';,
SAMUEL KLKJKINGBR,
AHTHUB U. POVMBFOKD.
NDTICE OV C0-PARTNER8I11P. Tha nnder
alxncd fornH'il a co-nartnerahip, July 1, 18.",!), and
will continue th Book-selling, Pttbllahint;, Printing
and tiUlkiuery buiiness, as conducted by AppieKato
& Co.. ualnat t
tue nanieana siyin oi Anriegaiesv
as heretofore.
BAUUJSIj JTLIUKIIKUGH,
ARTHUR S. POUNSKURD,
WILLIAM WKK.n'IiJOM.
DISSOtnTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Samuel
FllckinKer having sold out bis interest lntheHar
risen Fiiruaue company, at rorunioiitu, mo nuu
nens will lie continued by the remaining partiiera.
II. HPKLLMAN,
. 8. K BOSS,
1QI3S K. 1TLICKINGKU.
f!ArtT.-Mr. William Wrlehtson liavlnff become
one. of the firm of Appicgate A Co., the Printing
Dullness ni wrigurson a uo. win va conrinnea
Thomas WrifthtMin, at tho old atand.wlth the firm
name as heretofore. w uiunisuti a uu.
. . tolOf
OYSTERS,
TODD'S OLD
HVTO. 50 6IXTH-SIHBET.
I AM KECEIV
JL INO daily, Kowe, Maliony
Planted Olsten, which 1 aroscllftt
A Qo.'i Clebroted
St at unerecodented
ng at unprecedented
low prices by caee or dozen.
Dealer and Families
wanting s very large, fresh Oyster, will ploase lend
tlmlr order. Attached to Mil wtaullshmeut Is
nice, quiet, respectable Saloon, where you can bay
vy'iera kiwwlw in erj iijH'i rhu mi uy
clean and auperlur uiannor. Charges less than atany
other place. locni) Joan haiujb
Fi
INE GERMAN CIGARS! . FINE OER
MAN CIOABSI John Bates boa inat received
lofl.fron Tory superior Cigars, which he will sell Jow
for cash at
naiivnaii xiiniAir.ib nuiLuinu,
. . bycainoiw-itreet,
tell)
P LAYING CARDSI PLAYING CARDSI
John flutes has. just received twenty grots
snrerlnr Playing Catds. Fancy VIII, r-tenmlma
Iterator's Eiiglo and Gold Ilacis, NATIONA
TULATK1I 'IUILIiIIIO, Uycarnore-Btrctit. oclO
STAND,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
COLE & HOPKINS
WIIX OFER ON
ATT,
October 10.
TWO THOUSAND
H I O XX
Silk Dress Patterns
-AT-UNPARALLELED
LOW PKICES!
The above GCods Purchas
ed of the Impertb. and at
Auction in New To7k: are
greatly below the cost 01 ,im"
portation.
COLE & HOPKINS,
SUCCESSORS TO ' ' ''
GEO. M.WOOD,
FIFTH AND V1IB-STS.
roc8-tf
NEW STYLES
IK-
Paris Dress Goods!
COLE & HOPKINS
WILL EXHIBIT
On Monday, October lO,
Printed Mowseliiic
HOBES,
Real Irish Poplins,
Rich Paris Delaines,
&c, &c, Ac.
Our Customers can rely upon
the recent selections as being
the latest novelties brought to
the country.
Tlie GOOds were iimchased t
he Lowest Cash Prices, and will
be sola at low figures.
COLE & HOPKINS,
Cor. Fifth and
ocSIf 1
Vine-sta.
Compound Chlorine Tooth
Wash,
ORIGINAL AND GENUINE, FOR
cleaning and presorting the Teoth and Gums,
aud cleansing the Jloutli. The Compound chlorine
Tooth Wnsb cfectnully cleanses 'be fee h, and will
answer t b purposes ot tne uest uoninnce. ic con-
rjiins no mciii oranv inureoient wnicu can. is a y
case, bo Injurious. It will a ao be found to keep tb
brush itaell Iree liom all iinpun us.
Tim Pnmnnnnrt (llilnrfrm Tnnth YVflh naa tha fur
ther advantage of cleansing the Mouth also; aodof
removing wnatever ia ou-iiSive m mo nreatu. it
hardens the Gums, and 1 a valuable remedy for tho
Caukeror auroiiesaof the Mouth. If. may also be
ued with the greatest advantaae na a Gargle lor Sore
Tnroai. in nno, it preHerves ine jeem anu mouiii
In all respects in a clean and hcuUliy condition. It
is agreeable to the taste. Gentlemen who are In the
bibit of using Tobacco, will find that the Tooth
Wash will speedily remove ull the eflecLsof it from
tueil'juiu. ursaiepy
oolO-o Oppoeite the Poutotlloe.
Havana Cigars.
WE WOULD INVITE THE PAIITIO.
lTT.Alt attention of Hmnkcrsand l)ealora to
our large assortment or cnoice Havana uigars, wntcn
oonstsis in partoi ia loiiowmg lavorue urauiia;
rnmaveru, iruneuer,
Washington. Punch,
LaPurissiml, Trueba,
La Lncernn, Cabaua,
La Challenger, Kobrina,
La K lor, Francisco,
LaRitlca, Eucanladora,
La Araocano, Kl l'e.lura,
LaNlcotlanos, Kl Aclerto,
La Rival, 121 Cumplimlenlo,
. Ueury Cloy, Buchanan, Ilo.
Our arranuements are such that we are conatantlv
in receipt ot all the new and best brands as eoon ue
tney aie importea. .
ttviasi, ivaomin or uu., urnggiais,
oclOc . Opposite tlie Postoffice.
Simes's Pure Cod-liver Oil.
T1ERPECTLY SWEET AND FALATA
JL BLE. The proprietors of tills Oil spare no er
eiisn In havinu tbelr Oil nroeerlv vrennred at Now.
mndland. the only niece where the Gadna Mor.
rhtiA Is famid in abmidancA. The true Oil ia fee.
quvntly Impaired by admlxttirea with oil from other
species of tho Gad us family, and only that coming
from tne jianae can no renen upon tui inu veiioino,
Forenluby BUIKB, uaiiia auu
III' 10 c
Opposite the Poslomco.
, Gum Drops.
. S.SSM , f .
n p;oa rouNDs gum DRors, as
ilitllV SORTED; 1,000 pounds Gam Drope,
Jolly. JlPMlvoa ana i'r sn-o ry
O I. i iv, mino i wa a J.,
oclOo Opposite the Post oilli e.
Castor Oil.
aTK.
JidtWvn cans Castor Oil. East India: Ml cans Cantor
Oil. East India extra, for retailing. Jtoreivcd and
for sale by BUiUH, KUHS rti & uu., ,
ocioo ' Opposite the Post office.
3ES003Jff03VCTrj
Premium Coal Cooking Stove,
TWIT? A TT.TnA TftP
J. JLXJkU JLX.JUXJJLA AA Jl, VO.VI
flmoke-cousumlng Coal Cooklug Stove,
la without a rival. Call on ' ' '
ADAMS & PECKOVER
' " Invoptor nnd MftuwfocturerB, ;.
Novelty Iron Works,
Fourth-itreet, IVct of 8mltb,
it mn lue the AUl"t0 read teitlmonlnlu,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WHOLESALE BUYERS Will
find in our Jobbing Department a atook of
. HATS, GAPS
AND
Quite as attractive for variety, cheapnoss and adapt
ation to tbt wasti of Weattru Trade, aa can be found
In any Eaatorn ettobllshment.
We have a large and desirable stock. Herohanhj
will find it to their advantage to give as a call.
' WM. DODD & CO.,
144 Main -street,
Mibir Kust tide, baiow Foaith,
ECONOMY.
Our Four-Dollar Dress Hats
Are SelltusT Very Uapldlr.
rHIKOSK WHO STUDY ECONOMY AND
-la. require an elegant Cliapean should sail aud
soloct one front our numerous style.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
FASHIONABLE HATTERS,
No. 149 Main-street,
081 DOOR BKI.OW 1'ODETH.
jOCll
iLL AD WINTER CL0THIN&.
OAK HALL OLOTHl.Q DEPOT.
BARVISE & KING,
1JU Mnln-at,, Threo Doois above FomlV
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
TE HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGS
muii rimmliitfi n.Rortiiient of tteadv-mada
Glothing, gotten up expressly for the Retail Trado,
comprlhlng all tho styles of Frock Coats, Bnlnen
comprising an niw siyira ui riwi ""iTJ ";;
OoHta. Overcoats; Velvet, CashmeroandPlueh Vestal
Black aud Fancy Pants, all of which aro warranted!
r t.n.t natnril And wnrkmaliahin.
almeres, Uvorcoatinge. Business Coatings and Test
Ingi, In evei ' style, wbich wo aro prepurod to make
Also, a general etui oi uiuiiii,,ui on wiwir,
OI UIUIUI,, Ul .IIVUIVlPi WSl
fcich '
Ivla.
to order, In tilt, ueaiaiyio.
jjay o'(n tlemen '." rnlblng Goods. oclbwf
FOR BENT.
WE WILL SHORTLY BE Itf ruSBKS
8ION of ono of Hoo's Four-cyllndi' Proeso,
and will have for rent our
Double-Cylinder Hoe Press,
In fine running condition, togotuor with Power and
a Largo Boom, 21 X 100 feet. For further information
apply at the Counting-room, Enquirer BulUUutf.
focS-cl
0U THE KENTUCKY TRADE,
OR THE KENTUCKY TRADE,
ADVERTISE IN
ADVERTISE IN
The Winchester Chronicle
The Winchester Chronicle
11 UA9 A!i numsmMi
IT HAS AX IHMEKSa
Oin OULATION
OIH OULATION
Throughout the Blue Grass Kegiou.
Throughout the Blue Grass Region
K9-ASDBEBI
JNO. A. WILLIAMS,
WINCH EST EI?, KY.
ooeb t . .
oc7i
JOHN H. DETERS,
PASnlONABLB
BOOT AND SnOB MAOTFACTUOQ,
- Mo. S3 WtMt Fourth-etrect,
HAS JTJ8T RKCKIV15D A SPLENDID
assortment of the renowned Philadelphia
Boots aud Shoca. for fall aul winter wear. Call and
see them. 1 o' .
TO PB0CURB THE ' VERY BEST
citpwti MinTtrvn pi iTit
That can be made In the city go to i
33- JPOTDEJTIS,
120 VVnlntit-at., bet. Third nnd Fourth,
i Next door to the Masonic Temple.)
hat three Dioloraas awarded him forth
best work i Qc7 -nip
Places of Holding Elections.
CUT OIiIRK'S OFPtflB,
i
OcTonR 6, 1P.19.
nursuanoa of a resolution adopted by the
Jm. City Conncll, on the oth day. of Oetoher, IW,
noli
difte
Icrmi
notice
is hcrchy given to the qualified olectoreof the
different Wi
ds, that the IuiiowidK tloca were an-
gnuted to hold said election said election to be
bolden on the 11th day of October, 1839, vi:
Klr.t Ward-Old
enaine-huiiee,
north tide of
Fourth-street, between
Mviit ntnrn An
anmro and Broedwar.i
Second Ward-Koglno-rioiise.nextwestof Mechan.
l.l ln.lll..t. nn Ml.lK,..u.t
Third War'd-Sninll brick office, north tide o
Beoond-strcet, between Ludlow and Lawreuoe
"fourth Ward Engine-honao, east aid of Tlne
atrent. lwlwcen Front and Hecond-atreota.
Kiftli Ward No. 6Kuulne-hoiiso,eeststdOf Vine,
atrcetvbetweon Canal and Oonrt-sjtroote.
Sixth Ward Ilockmnn'a Coal-office, on Park,
atreet and Whitewater Canal.
befonth Ward-lioonard's rork. house, on went
Ida of Kim. near Fourteenth-street.
Eighth Ward Engino-hoiiso on C'tittor-ltreet, be.
twoen Betteand Laurcl-atrcets.
Ninth Ward No. 7 Enirine.hottse, o Webster.
atreet, between Main and tiycamors -streets.
Tenth Ward nalne-hone on Kace-strest, be.
tweoa Thirteenth and Fonrteonth-streete.
Klo Tenth. Ward Junction of Hainllton-road ana
inestreet, at Mohawk Kngine-bonea.
Twolfth Ward IlrigUton Xnglne-house, on Bank
atreeb v.. r
Thirteenth Ward Bnglne-hntise on tyeamorg.
srtreea, rwtween tevonth and KUhth-streete.
Fourteenth Ward Kngitie-hvuee on (Jcorge-etrott,
bctwoen l'liim and Woatorn-row. '
fifteenth ard-M estorn Englne-notise.on Fifth.
Itroct, between Monnd and Smith-streets.
Hlxtcenth Word-ilortb-weat corner of Eighth ana
Freeman-streets.
Hoventoeiiili Ward Now engine-honte, corner of
Tance and Kroiit-strcets.- ,
The noll will be opened between the honrsof sU
nntl eleht e'olnck In tho morning, and does at elx
o'clook in tha afternoon. ' , BAN. L. COKW1NR,
ocT-tt City Clerk.
,, ., .LANE, BOD LEY,
MiltCiCTURkB OF ' ' '
Wood-Working Maohineryi
' AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner John nnd Water t,iCiinciniinll,(la
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