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. JLllri UlYl UI 1 J VEeOO. UENHY IK:lIJ Ac CO, uhtow am noniiMifc official pafkb or th oitt. tt MONDAY.. ..SEPTEMBER 19 The Press of Business in the Press. ' Out aditorial wrings art clipped by the ' rapid increase of our advertising business; v but instead f editorials we give onr readers fresh advertisements not old soldiers that . hare stood guard for sis months, but new "every morning, and lively, and we have an idea that fresh advertisements are rather more read than editorials; they certainly are more interesting to us. Our paper shows the forerunning wave of the tide that prom ises to fill all channels of business in Cincin nati this fall. It also shows those who are tip with the times, and ready to take advant age of it We feel that no apology is due onr readers , for giving up space to advertisements. In f the way that matter is condensed in the . Priss, both in substance and in mechanical dimensions, we give a large amount of news in a small compass. " Besides, nothing is more generally read than new advertise ments, and that is the kind we deal in. At the next time we renew our types, we shall reduce the size of them, so as to get in enough editorial to prevent the paper from becoming too lively. Receipts and Expenditures of the Public Works. r 1 We mentioned a short time aga that the - Ohio Stale Journal had published a state ment showing an increase of $1,351 77 in the revenues of the Public Works, for the three quarters, ending August 15, of the fiscal year. We suppose that the people are somewhat interfiled in the outcome of the Public . Wor is, that is, the net revenue after paying .expenses. The receipts of the first two quar ters of the year, according to the statement in the Journal, were $73,507 20. The ex penditures for the same period, including the ; incidental expenses of the Dourd, were $166,114 88, leaving an excess of expenditure of $92,607 68 to be made up during the bal ance of the year; for the wise policy of the last Legislature, which would neither pro Tide for putting the canals in efficient con dition, nor put them in the hands of persons who would, limited the expenditures of the Board to the receipts. "'- The receipts of the third quarter were $97,445 66. As the expenditures for the second quarter were $93,149 46, and as there ' is no probability that they were any less for the third quarter, this quarter would not materially . reduce the deficit. The same will probably be the case with the fourth . quarter, for, although the grain crops are good in this State, the canals are not having their proportionate increase of trade, for at every railroad point the greater part of the freight is secured in some way by active , railroad agents, who, in many cases, have it fastened by contracts for the season. There is no probability that the Board can carry through the year without a deficiency of at least $70,000; and even with this, they have been compelled to omit the rebuilding of the old and unreliable structures which , was declared imperatively necessary last winter, in order to repair the damages from " floods last spring. It will be seen from this that an increase of $1,000 in the revenue for three quarters, or any probable increase, promises very lit tle toward saving the canals from rapid de cline. The canal policy which has been pursued for years is nothing but abandon ment. Decayed structures are not renewed; work declared by the Board to be impera tively necessary, is not appropriated by the Legislature, for want of money, or for fear of the party effect; and the appropriations ' which are made are absorbed by the dam ages of some extraordinary flood; and under this delapidated management, all floods be come extraordinary, at least in their conse quences. Extraordinary casualties to the canals are, now a regular and ordinary oc- currence. People are afraid that if the State puts the Public Works into private hands . tbey will be abandoned, and shut their eyes to the palpable fact, that the Legislature has already abandoned them to their own reve nues, and refused to appropriate more ; while .all the State does, is to help the decline by preserving the costliness of political man agement in expending the canal revenue. Douglas a Protectionist. Kobody baa ever suspected Mr. Douglas of being a protectionist. He never voted for a tariff except to lower another. But as soon "s be reached Pennsylvania he disclosed that be had a latent ardor for a protective tariff in his bosom, especially for Pennsylvania in terests. He twanged the iron harp to a plaintive lament of the neglect of the Penn ' sylvania mines by the General Government. It was never known, before, why Mr. Doug las persisted in forcing upon Congress his measures for settling the slavery agitation. It was because be wanted to dispose of the question, so that Pennsylvania interests ' could be attended to. The Government, in . stead of "fostering" Pennsylvania, had gone after negro gods. Government had "para lysed tha interests of Pennsylvania;" but it would always be so until "the negro ques tion is thrown out and repudiated!" Taking the success of Mr. Douglas in set . tling the negro question, up to this time, as ' a ratio, if Pennsylvania has got to wait until he disposes of it before she can be fostered, she bad better conclude to be brought up by hand. It seems to be a great misfortune to State to be "an empire within itself," to have "inexhaustible mineral wealth," enough to supply the whole Union, and .''worth more-than mines of gold," since all .these only make her helpless, so that she has to be put out to the National Govern sweat to nurse. " It is melancholy to reflect that Mr, Douglas could only have been induced to fix his hopes on protection, after he bad seen the "utter vanity of Southern sublunary things. ' When earthly hopes vanish, the pious soul looks upward. When Southern prospects fade away, the Douglas soul looks toward . the North Star. Professional Singing in Church. A Utter was recently addressed to the In icumbent of an English parish, by the Lord Bishop, id consequence of his Lordship's at . teation having been directed to an advertise I stent whkh tl4 that at the reopening service i of church in the diocese, Miss W. bad been engaged to sing select pieces of music The Lord Blahop says: . , "I consider such an announcement as this nililv ubjMitioaable, nor can I refrain from marking my strong duwtpiroral of it. The fliurca pf Ood is not tUe place to, which i oitMtiia ef person oulit t be atbacted to bear proteegional aiaguig. Performances of this kind belong to other places altogether, and it U profanation ofacharch to convert into a place ot attraction tor tne lovera oi fine music to attend for the purpose of hear ing select pieces ot music Dy eminent mmum performers." We suppose that the objection is only as to the propriety of advertisin t church per formances. The principle of cutting off pro fessional singers could hardly be carried out. It is difficult to procure a competent organist without engaging a professional musician; and an organist is the chief feature of choirs. Few, who have the talent, can afford to de vote the time and labor required to attain eictllence in Church singing, without pay; and pjy nakes them professional. Clergy men are supposed to be professional men. It is difficult to see why it is any more im proper to engage professional persons to sing, than to pray and preach; yet this Bishop receives not less than 8,000 or $40,000 a year for his professional services in the wor ship of God. If he is the Archbishop of Can terbury, he receives 15,000 or $75,000 a year for professional worship. Why should there be any more impropriety in engaging professional services in one de partment of worship than in another; or in securing high talents in singing, than in preaching and prftying? and inasmuch as it is the desire to make all the services attract ive, both for the honor of God and to bring people within reach of salvation, why should there be any more impropriety in advertising a singer than a preacher. The Irish Revival Appropriated. At the Presbyterian General Assembly in Ireland, Professor Gibson, the Moderator, "rnked down" as some professional gentle men say on the'great revival, and thus described how God felt toward the Presby terian Cburch: "The rresent revival was a conversion of sinners, and, if they wanted a proof of the truth of the doctrines and polity of the Presbyterian Church, they had it in this revival. Upon whom had God showered down his blessings? Upon the Presbyterian 'Church.' It was her pastures he had wa tered and made green and flourishing. Some wished to represent that this revival was breaking down distinctions of creed, inas much; they said, as that God was pouring out his Spirit on allchurches alike. Such was wholly incorrect. God had blessed the Preebyterian "Church," thus giving a proof that in her J ehovah took delight. The Pres byterian 'Church' did not substitute for the supremacy of Christ, Succcession and Confirmation, and other forms and rituals of man's inventing, but took bis own Holy Word as their standard, and God has given them and the world, in the revival, a proof of the truth oj i rctoytcnamtm. National Fair. We print to-day the general programme of the National Fair, which will open on Wednesday. The arrangements are com plete, and there is every prospect of a briL' iant success. The Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad will run trains to and from the Fair Ground every half hour, from 8:30 A. M. to six P. M. A Boy Nxablt SnrrocATBD in A Rail way Cab. A boy entered a car on Satur day, at a way station, in order to have ride; the car was locked and left at South ington, Ct, till Sunday night, when he was released, nearly exhausted from the effects of hunger and heated air. NEWPORT NEWS. MobiBowdyibm. On Saturday last, three of the numerous rowdies who infest our city, invited some Teutonic citizens to step out of a beer-house, in order to give them the rowdies a chance to develop their mus cle. The Germans taking them at their word, did step out, and the result was, the rowdies were pretty well "used up" before they escaped from the hands of the infuriated Teutons. No arrests were made. Coal Babqks. We counted yesterday, fifty empty coal-barges at our landing, awaiting transportation North. HOME INTEREST. asr Gas Stoves at CiumiKE'i Tea-room. '"Clothing renoTatod and repaired at Kl W. 5th Sf Chistsr'i Tea-rooms, east side of Walnut, below Fifth, np italre, "Clothes renovated and repaired, U0 W. Sixth. W Clothing renovated and repaired, tt M. Third. 19 Good Picture In cases for IS cents, at Ams- oatx's Mammoth Qallerr, Fifth and Main, anl-tf ST A. A. Imn, Clocks, Watches aad Jewelry, si OS. 148 and Z71 Central-avenue. SMT pictures for ten cents at Johnson's Gallery Ninth and Main. Joua Hikt will commence selling choice Apple-butter in market Tuesday, September 11, at ten cents per quart. se9-e S "Spot tuk BallsI" Such is the exclamation that greets tke ears of E. P. Johnston when visitors see those new Marble-top Tables, just finished the Apollo Billiard Booms, corner Fifth and Walnut-streets. . aelO-b ST" Sniizosroras akd BTisioscorio Trews. Stereoscopes in mahogany, rosewood, leather ; tereoecoplc Views, Groups, Statuary ; . Artists' Studies, Landscapes. Ofesa Glasses ad Onu Fans. Just received, a line of splendid Opera Glasses and Opora Fans. Forte-monnaiea, Bags, Cabas ; Work Boxes, Dressing Cam; Coral, Wax and Glass Beads ; Pocket Knives, Scissors ; Steel Shawl and Breast Pins ; Fsncy Hair Pins ; Tooth, Shaving and Hair Brushes ; LadltM' and Children's Drees Garters; Violin and Guitar Strings ; China and Wax Dolls. JUHM D. PACK, Bazaar of Fancy, selO-dwM N. E. cor. Fourth and Walnut. MARRIED. OLHABF.n-THOMPKON.-At Baltimore, on 4th Inst., by the Kev. Ir. M R run, ( lenient Olba ber, of Cincinnati, and Miss Martha Olivia Thump. DIED. UROVER.-On Sunday evening, at e t'cluck. i neresa jsne urover, agea a years. Funeral Tucday morning, at V o'clock, from Mill-street. 1 he friends of the family ure ieviUiri. GOODiN. Of cousnmp'iiiu, on Haturday tth at o'clork P. M., Henry C. Goodin, ased years, youngest son of Juiues and Catberiue Coodin. runeral from the reeidenre of his parents, vine-street, ou Tuesday morning, at loo do. k. Philadelphia, hew Orleans and Ketches pprs copy Wedding and Visiting Card. Engraved and Printed, hV sis and Presses; De La OUillouex sua uveivies. SHIPLEY k SMITH, (Successors to H. H. Shipley Bro.,) lyt-ay U'A West Foarth-street. SPECIAL NOTICES. IMTED STATES AATiOXAL FAIR COMMENCING SEPT. 13 N0 CLOSING SEPT. 20. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Da XIAIIjITOAD, t" c.THi-,'.H LBATE THE DIYTRs yZf ST J.V.PHT tor Die FAilt r.LUL"-, CK?rtiiDBVKlt HALF HOC H, or C" Qttsuer, If Deoeseaiy commencing to ' " leT. Cincinnati at K.3 A. M , aad eoatiaulnc If Mat BIIUHIBS HU tiiv a. M.ruiug, leave Fair Grounds at V A. X., ana cvutiumue The cars lUe Third, Fourth and Flfth-at. rottd line will lc-ava aaaeugwia at the Fifth -at. of the dt-imt, and the cars of the fteventh-at. r-ad lJnaat lit corner of aWveuib aad V; aitlor, whit h ! only one aiiii from the 4put. ario k i. Mi LA HEM, uiriutetident. SPECIAL NOTICES. STJOn N n. HANDY IS A CAN.-MOATK f.r the otlice .l muHKLUTlNU ATTOK.NBV of llsmittnn County .object to the decision the Pemocratio Convention. eeKK ML (. A.-TIIK REGULAR fcS. TR. Unariorlv mo-tln nl tfi. tminff Quarterly meeting of the Young Mi'n" (.vi,iiT,,.t!c Axeocletion will he held no 11 UN II At KYKNING, September 1U. A full ettrndance is de siren tev-oi li. PtuKTUN, Hec y. t-fe KIOIITH WARD, BULL AND esKV IVKHKTT CLUB will meet on THIS tMmulay) EYF.N1NG, loth ioet., atthe Marion Engine-house. Catter-st. . . eelO-a A. W. CIICItCTnT.L, President. THIRD WARD MNCOI.N AND HAM l. IN WinC.AVAKKl Attention! ou wnlmeet fir hmineee asil drill THIS (Nonditr) ;VSN1M, (it hlH-t erven o'clork. Let there I a Oil I turn nut. ltepnblleana of the Ward ere Invited to be present. Per order. setoa O. HABTWEH. Captain. a. i - FIRST WARD. RALLY !-Alli aKST Totem of the Hrt Ward favorable to the elevtiuli of HKLL and XVERBTT, will meet THIS (Monday) KVKIKO. at the Kniine-house, pn Fourtli-st., between Broadway and Sycamore, for the purpose of organising for the campaign. Uome one, come all. eelo-a f-rSSs NOTICE -MACHINISTS AND I.AIIKKMITHH' IN OH No. 1. of Ohio! iuu nrf ru.ncM a to attena a special meeiins; ou IOKDAY KVXMING, Septemlicr 10, at eight o'clork, to tie held at Franklin Hall, corner of Blxlh and Srramore ete. A punctual attendance is required, ns business of imnortnnre will be broiwjnt befere the Unlet;. By order of Bnsinew Committee. aelD-a LANE It. CUSTARK, President, pro. tem. a-rSs,CITY DEMOCRATIC EX ECU v2Sr T1VK COMMITTEB.-There will ho a meeting of the Demncralic City Executive Com mittee at Hannan's Hall, corner of Hixth and Mvca-moro-streets. on MONDAY AF TEKNOON, Septem ber in, if so, at two o'clock, to nominate candidates for Justice of the l'eeee. A full and punctual at tendance uTmenilieTs Is requested. e J. BULL POLLOCK, President. -3sI,OOK TO YOURSELF IN TIIWK. aaVS How mauy, lu consequence of a false delicacy, eufl'er from suppressed, paiuful or obstruct ed menstrtiatien, and think, because they are yonng, that by-and-by nature will work Itself clear from obstructions, and all come right in the end, little drenmlng that the seeds of death are already germinating in the system, because the vital ener- Sies are iuiimircd and the entire animal economy eranged, debilitated ; and yet, careless of them selves as they are, if a remedy were set before them which would restore all the functions of the system and reinvigorate the b dy, they would take it. and thus be in time to Bave their lives. Parents, think of this, and at once give them a bottle of Professor w ood's Kestoratlve Cordial ann uiooa uenovatir. gold in Cincinnati by J. D. PA RK ; HU1BE, ECK STEIN A CO., and by every Druggist. fsel-bmM,W,F Bf-r5,THE PHYSIO-MEDICAL COL- laV! LEUEhns been removed from theClu cilinatl College Building to the CI NOt N NATI LIT EllAHY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE, No. 8T Thitd-st., east of Broadway, where it prospered so well from 1H4S to 1860. Here It Is again connected with the Physio-Modieal Infirmary, in which stu dents run constantly witness the superior power of the practice they are taught In the lectures. WANTED Students to be instructed in the true science and practice of Mediciue, and patients to be treated In the beet manner known to the med ical profession. A. CUKTI8, M. D., Dean of the College Faculty and Proprietor of the Infirmary. auas-tf a-SsKENNEDT'S MEDICAI, DISCOV sV EBY Is acknowledged by the most eminent f hysicians. and by the most careful druggists brotiKhout the United States, to be the most effeo tual blood-purifier erer known, and to hare reliered more suffering, and effected more permanent cures, than any preparation known to the profession. Scrof via, Salt Rheum. Erysipelas, Scald-head. Scaly Erup tions of whatsoerer nature, are cured by a few bottles and the system restored to full strength and vigor. jrun ana explicit atrecnons tor tne cure 01 utceratea sore legs d other corrupt and runntni ulcers. Is eiven in the pa mphlet with each bottle. For sale by i.- aiiTnn vnraxviu L 1 1 ; . JOHN D. PARK GEORGE M. DIXON. Price 11. sepl-ay RADICAL CORB OP RUPTURE. FOR TIIE RELIEF AND PER. MAN'ENT cure of Harnii I Knnture). Marsh's Pstent Radical Cure Truss stands unri valed. It possesses all the merits in point of im provement, tbnt an instrument can, and handreds will testify to having been radically cured by its use. Persons afflicted with this disease, should call at once on S. M. MARSH, CORLISS A CO.. No. 5 W est Fonrth-street, bnve one applied and a cure effected before It is too late. Be9-f NEW STORE! NEW STOCK! NEW STYLES! IOWKBS &c CO., HATTERS AND FURRIERS, set-tr 149 Main-st. BAKER, LEADER OF FASHIONS, 144 Walnut -at. FALL STYLE HAT HOW BIADT. seg-hadpngej Important Notice. f-rr MOORE'S MO DOUBLE LOCK BOS STITCH SEWING MACHINES, with recent improvements, surpass all others, regardless of nrlce. Exauiiue them before nurcbasinf else where. Bend tor a circular and samples of sowing. Agents wanted. H. O. BUUTMAN, W tt eel fuann-si., uiucinnan, eu2S-bm Sole Afcent for the United 8tates. S3 55. IsADD, WEBSTER & CO.'S Sewing Machines! NEW 8TTLE JTJST ISSUED AT FIFTY-FIVE DOLLABS. SBO. : ' Call aad see them at SO Wast Fourth -at. , (anl-tfl BiXLXlOFXIZsrilI! GALT-HOUSE RESTAURANT -r5,IN DAILY RKCEIPT gkatSV PB1NCK 8 BAY SHELL OYbTEKS. aiTtli from ft A. M. to 12 P. M. au&r-cm W. K. MARSH, JR., Proprietor. AUCTION SALES. the Miss IIS lust.. Vt 6. &'iil Boa ton I to rail; end rail . AUCTION MAIjB BY JACOB GRAFF A erj Superior Furniture, Piano, etc. Will .d at auction on THURSDAY MORNING, Sept. m. at o'clock, at 103 Untadwaf, between Tiilrci aid fourth-ate., the entire Furniture, vli: Pa a i . Solid rueewood broca telle eofa, two do. erm-chalra. alx Aa. iMarlnr rhaaira. iilid o"d eaexblsB- too ttvble) qua adILa i vnlvAt Mtalnad weinui eoia, ao. arm-cnairt. na lour parlor criaira an ui wiun ; tour euiin attuiaeic winaowcuriaini, lr and muni in curtains, cornice a cotnolete inlaid roeew.iod work-table, etagere, French-plate mirror, marble Uh, oil paiutiugn, engraving, tantle ornameuta, ftm chaode!irn, window-ahaiua, C4ial-b-', atraw matting, KugllMh VruaaeU carpeU. tc. ; ro-sfrwoon piano, atool and corer. LmRAKV.Mahoxanr wardrobe, with cIabj : marble-top table, do. hair-cloth eofa. two do. rock- in a cnana, ao. wora-ieuie, ut of teaDOe. wrll- InK-derk, etegere, rui-h-fwiat chairs, mautie orna mnta, plcturea, lace curtains and cornices, French China tte-a-tete et, matting, velvet carput, eto. a err aupvnor sun, utuing lataiee, CiiAMnr.ks. Maboeauy lu dnteadu, do. marlile-top drekiDf bureau, do. do. dreading arlaat, do. do. waah at &., one suit. Black enameled ohambor nit: B-dnteadrt. marble-too bureau, do. waiih-staud. do. table, wardrolie with glasa, chairs and rocking rhairs. Waluutset, Yia: Bds)td,dreaiuff bureau, waah-atabda. toilet table anil chairs. Uak louuge, do. tt-dntead, hair and shuck oiatt rest.ee. chairs, nuw auaucBp lunet-ware, inree-pir carpeia, 1a rxuM. tic.. Hall amd Piniuo-room. Eitcusion-Uble, rhairrt, mahogany stilebuard, Ice-chtwit, waiters, mantle vaaa ana clock, plated wire, giant dinner and tea-knivea, white China dtuuer Fn-icb China dt-aaert at't, do. tea ett whit itold tea at. miittinu. carnctH. Ao. Hall oikluth, hat-rack, velvet stair-carpets, ttair- roaa, c. -.ohi oooKiiig-aiove, wooa ao., aua a g ernl ajiaortment ol kitchen furniture. N. it. The piano, gnu aud tlahlug-tackU will old at preiieely U o lo-. k. b. J. TA lilH.K i , Administratrix. JACOB GRAFF, Auctiooevr, ho. IS East Fourth-it. A rCTION UtALE- -BY COOPER A STOKES. um. bale-room, 14 Kaat Fourth-at. Auctiou of choice Building aud Uanien Lots, and a Frame Cottage Houe, with the privilege of Oae to Ten acres of U round atttiched. In Greenwood Extendd Lot kland Button . U mtlea by Railroad, fnd e miles dnei't from the City, on the Oim-iumUi. Umilton aud Daytou R-ilro.nl, ou MONDAY NOOK, September lu, loOO, at o'cliKk, on j ue aiw ann locaiion or ureeowooa a. x tended tniftit lentW known. The title h. mi feet. The are $4 caafa on earn lot when aoid, and S-1 a mouth ou all lota that sell for teaa than $o0. Lota that for Fand over and leea thau H A, will be $te and 110a moulh. AhoaeaelUuit lor tlio and uaward. liu earth and 9 JO a month until paid. Or if purebnaer prefers it, ae eaa pay oae-thlrd aan, lite ifaiaakwe lit tniv jrwr wu muj tut y nana. Mr CA-nt. intf rmt on all deferred Daviuunta. Biaik-rtreet Iika al S o'docH ei the day af a mMim nam vi ! a- win sayttTv (leniniibg e a uiica , ausi hum gnd from the Bale free ofibar ge. Plata can Uaoeu at Bo. vl EtmnK., aad Bo. atui utACia-ai. a7 d COOPti A STOKK0, Auctlooaira. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OF OO. be do. riM. : do. ; a3t, oak ware, set, aud be Sale neat frum AF TER the aeil the and ma Bale am 14 Fall Exhibition AT WEST FOURTH-ST. Ladles' Wear! Cloth Cloaks! Dusters and Shawls! In great variety. XSreioiss Goodis, to. Figured and Plain ENGLISH AND FRENCH MSRINGE8; SCOTCH PLAIDS. Drab, Black and White M0REE48, for Skirting. FRENCH CHINTZES A full variety, AT 30, 39, 30 AND 37H CENTS. A superb assortment of . Traveling Dress Goods! ABCADIAftS, KORMANDIES, ARABIANS, ETC. FRENCH CORSETS Col'd and White best make. BUCK AND BERLIN GAUNTLET GLOVES. LADIES' BUCK GLOVES, LACK MITTS, EVENING MITTS. Drab, Brown and Blue Vails ! For Traveling. RICH STYLES FANS. HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR Ladles', Gents' and Children's best make Hosiery; ladies', GentB1 and Children's Merino Underrests and Drawers. BO DOZEN LADIES' GAUZE UNDERVESTS, AT T3 CTS.-WORTH 91. SKI1T.TS. New styles ot Ladles' and Children's Hoop Skirts, at 30, 33, 30, 40, SO, 60, T3 CTS. and $1 and finer. BALM0BAL SKIRTS AND SKIRTINGS. SUN UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS! Ladies' and Gents' Sun Umbrellas Ladies' Parasols. DELAND St, OOSSAGE. EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION -OF- THE U, S, AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, NEAR CINCINNATI, OHIO, From September 12 to tbe 20th. rREMlUM LIST, 90.000. Programme, FIRST DAY WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12. Mornino. The Exhibition will be Inauffuratod at iuo clock, when rrniiesor ituum an u uahi, in behall of the citizens of Cincinnati, will form ally place the grounds nnder the control of the V ui ted States Agricultural Society. At the con. chiB.un of the ceremony the Prenident's flag will hoisted, which w ill be the signal for the machinery t j be put in ope rat iui, and for the starting of grand opening cavalcade of all the homes on the ground, In iiaruecs, unuer me eaaiue or lea. ArTEKi.oON.-Claw.es of Heavy Draft Sulllona, BECOKD DAY THUB8DAY, SEPT. IS, Moiiniko. Stallions for all work, in regular order. WnrkinrOxen. K tee re and Drivers. A 'T kb moon. Heavy Draught Mares. Imported ana Aaiive Aiaernuy vaiiie vj ciaaaoa. THIRD DAY FRIDAY. SEPT. 14. Mobninq. Carriage or Buggy Horsos, single, naraeSM, uy ciaaaea. urnuo vuwa auu ueuers. ArTKRNOoM. Mares for all work, or general util ity, by clasaes. Imported and Native Hereford Cat tie, by claeaea. FOURTH DAY SATCBDAY, SEPT. 15. MoRKiva. Pohlp and Horaemanfihln. hv nlnuAi Imivortcd and Nuttvo Ayrshire Cattle, by clasaes. a n irwoon . p aaa ie norses, irotters and pacer or racei-B, by classes. Hereford herds. Alderney Jorw-y herd, Ayrshire herds. FIFTH DAY MONDAY, SEPT. 17. If oh wi no. Waff on Horses and Tnnmi. Vrntlt test of Htfam Sawmills before the committee. Aftekkoon. inorouch-bred Ala tea and,, jriniea. ly claMOr,. carriage iioraes in pairs. Practical Mills before tho tents of Hteam Flour and Corn cvmuittee. SIXTH DAY TTJK8DAT, SEPT. lft, MnaaiMfl. Thorouah-fared Stall lona. br Hium. Milk Cows, by claaaee. Practical testa of Thranh Ing M at-h lues, of fonr-horse power or over, before tke commiiiee, ior uie uracu uoia jneaai ox iiuuor. Ta Horticultural amd Pomotoffteal DtpmrtnenU wiU b Iknmn openor iHfpectkns A rrriKonir. Momtn and Black Hawk 8 tall Inn Tmportvd and Kative Durham Cattle! by clasaes. u urn am nerua. fiETKNTH DAT WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19. Mobmino. Trotting Marea, by clauses. Fat Cat tle, by claaaea. Practical testa of Stationary 1'ortable Stf am Engines. AKTKitNooM.'Trotting Geldings. Imported native lievons. uy manses, imrusoi flmtat far Man d native Cattle, finest animals, Herds of lat Cat- tie. Herds of Cows or lienors. E1GHTH DAY THURSDAY, SEPT. 20. Mi-iknino. Proceaafons of Premlnm BoraM Cattle. Jacks, Jennets and Mules, by classes. Award of premiums on Implt-menta aad Machines. A rTKHNoox. Trotting Htallious, competing for premium oi aiuu ana in citizana puree ox making $&u. DETAILED ANNOUNCEMENTS Of the nrogramme for each day. will be furnished every evening at nine o'clock, to the reporters of Cincinnati inorniug papers. Kotice will te given thecouMiiiuniation or arrangements nor being made lor augmenting me va.ue oi aeverai premiuuia uy CITIZEN'S PURSES. THE PRESIDENT AND EXECUTIVE COM MIT TEE of the United States Agricultural Society have the exclusive oontrol and Huperviaion of the and can be found at the President's lVut. which will be designated by a blue flag, inscribed rmnaetii. TMK 'I ItKASI RKR. Hon. B. B. French, will ceive till moults at his otlice, at the nmiu entrance, and phv all billa ominteritiened bv the PreMiflcnt. Hccretary and another Member of the Executive Committee No bill will be audited which waa autli.rit'd. in writing. lv th Executive (Jommitteo. tAtfrNo Superintendent or other om re r has the right to contract any hl-ts for the Society, without written authority ot the Executive Committee. THE SECKETAKY will act as Ome.nt Bupcrin tmdtut in can ying out the direct ions of the Kxecu tivn (imii.itta. and will le found at his olhue. signated by a blue flag, with stars. Ho will receive enli iet,, and be prepared to give information tu A. tUm maiisiiiHiiiuut of the Exhibition. tr'es can be recotved at the Burnet Uuiu up i teeaay aiteruoon, oepwmuvr n. ADMITTANCE... -35 CBNTS. Na wunn or famllr-tickeU So and no checks v cnta. Durinff the flrnt week of the Exhibition. carriages will )e admitted on payment of one dollar ea.h. In Aiidiiioa to the aayiueut of twentv-Ave centit for each prou, prortded, that they do pas in or out When unraes are ou me irat a. I morou HENKY WAUEU, Prealdant. Bin Pcbiht Pookb, Secretary. aelu-o TORCHES FOB FEOCESSIONS! Daring tus PKK8IDKNTIAL CAMPAIGN, At 33 an Stt cents r doaea, 1WIKQ TOBOHK8 1 per 4oien A. V. Mr M. urn i o, i.4iai SI Kae.M Read, all who wUh to got Rlohl fc A HOOK.CONTAININO faCSVbTBlIt TION8 how to auk. a lurtune in lew luunths, will lie sen, w auj aua au SMrauoa. receiu, of lueir ourreoi auurew euu 4 v oeuw la pm ai. sUmpa, Addtaes . P. IB LIdLII, Aent, Bos 1.444 Ciaelanatt. OiUo. nOIOD WANT TOIKLI. ANYTHINOf M9 AdwrtiM la the DAlXX Tll.-S, sua here buyers in abundance. Tne fBlCdd Bas larf e elrealatloa la in. cay. IV YOB IIAVK I.OMT AN V TUI.NH, M VEKl'lnC it lu tbe r its.an. w rnere v.ur feji. tiMSuent will be saur. likely to be seen than ia omer neper, ea aicajs, ui its extensive uiruuiauua NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. a la or and and and the ooo, the of will re. the not de re liAtinn En. to uvi a oa wul tne AO. aay -A. CARD. "IW W HOLE S All S AM) B ET All. X DRl OlilSTR AND TO THE CITI.iNH OF CINCINNATI, ETU.-Attentloa Is respectfully di rected to the . ' Great Family Medicine of the Age! SR. MONT&BDE'S MIRACULOUS PAIN-KILLER! . -AND , ' GREAT FRENCH RHEUMATIC REM. EDI-, This great Medicine, which has acqnlred a popu larity unprecedented both In Knmpe and America, and which has entirely eclipsed and superseded all other prepare! lens. Is an instantaneous and nnfail lnt KEMEHV FOR PAIN. It Is sold at the trifling price of Twenty-five Cents per Bottle. It will Infallibly cure THE WORST TOOTHACHE In half mlnntel THE WORST NEURALGIA In half amlnntet TnE WORST SICK HEADACHE In half minute I THE WORST RHEUMATISM In a few applications I While FEVER AND AGUE, OTIOLERA-MOB-BUB, DIARRHEA DYSPEPSIA, eto., absolutely ranisb before it. No family should be without a bottle In the house ready for eyery emergency. In cases of Burns, Scalds, Wounds or Bruises, it is Infallible. For full description and certificates, see pam phlets, now being distributed throngh the city. Fer sale in this city by all druggists. selo UNION MASS MEETING! A GRAND MASS MEETING OF THE iippnrteVs of BELL AND KVEKETI will be held on On Tuesday Evening, Sept. 18, AT THE FIFTU-ST. MABKET-SPACE. Tlie fnllnwlne: rlistltiBiiislieil snenkers here been invited and are expi'dul to Rrldross tho meeting : lion. JUIl N J. urti l i r.rsii r.n , 01 ivy. , Uiin. OAKKKTT DAVIS, of Ky. J Hun. I,KSI,IE COOMBS, of Ky. j Hon. WM. 8 KA KIN,of Kyj Hon. 1100KR HARRISON, of Ky. Hon. 0. A. HENRY, of Tennessee! H'.n. 1CRASTLS BHOOK8, of Now Tork: Hon. It W. THOMPSON, of Indlnna : Hon. OSCAR r. MOORK, of Ohio: Hon. L. D. CAMPBKLli, of Ohio; Hon. J. SCOTT HARBISON, of Ohio. Amide tvrerarations will be made, and all friends of tbe Constitution and Union and the enforce, nitnt of the laws are cordially invited to attend. LB0IU-C4n,W,B j SSAWSEH'S PATENT VENTILATING KIT HU IltATlNd APPARATUS. To Church Committees, School Directors, etc., and all those vbo are inti-rested in the ventilation of crowded rooms, we oner the foilowinp: testimonials. WI8WELL, SCOTT NORTHROP, Manufacturers, 317 Main-street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati, May 10, 1M0. Mb. Pawyvr: I am happy to have an opportunity to exrress the entire satisfaction which your excel lent Furnaces bare given me ; they have more than met my expectations. 1 bave used but little more than half the fuel supposed they might require. The hent is very pleasant and equable -the best I have ever seen in school building. The ventilation I esteem Invaluable, both for the health and spirits of the pupils. After fifteen years' feTMrianr. AM tperher. I must unhesitatinKlv nro nounce it the best heating apparatus with which am acquainted. , ery "'''VCHICKEBIN(Ji Principal Cbtckerlng's Academy, George -ut, We, the nnderslgnod, Trustee" of Wesley Chapel, hereh)- certify that Mr. 0 B. Sawyer has placed our church two of his Heating ana Veutilatiug Fur naces, and that in our judgment they have great merit aa to economy of fuel, the amonnt of beat generated In a short time, and especially In the quality of the atmosphere secured by the rapid ven tilation. We have no hesitation in reoommendlug these Furnaces to the public, as Mr. Sawyer has succeeded in heating so large a church, aud almont equalizing the teiniwrature at the celling aud floor bv drawing down the cold and vitiated air aud sup plying the room with fresh air. Wm. Wood, Presiileut, Thomas Pharp, Choi. W. Rowland, Jan. Cunningham, Kichard Miller, J. V. Larkin, Sec'y, Aaron A Colter, Treas., 11. K. b pence, Lewis Fagiu. se9-aw EIGHTEENTH EXHIBITION. Notice to Depositors. ARTICL.KS WII.I, RE RECEIVED FOB COUPETITIOlT V N 1 1 ii ICJislDAlf XVENINO. Tbe Kxnlbitlon will be open to the pablio ON WEDNESDAY EVENING. The delay ot two days is in consequence of building not being ready for the reception articles. The Exhibition will positively open as stated aboTe. se9-e CLAIRVOYANCE. A 1,1a persons wishing to know .stm Tneir imure proapocia, ran nave inem correctly stated by MADAMS ALWIN, at ltfA Fourth-dt.. corner of Elm. where she mtr Im conaulted on matters of love, marriage, courtships, law matters, business affairs, and wilftttll the name of the or gentleman tuey will marry; a Lao the names uer visitors. aew-c For tbe United States Fair. A LINK OF OMNIBUSES, STARTING every live mluutt's, will rim during the coutin nance of the Fairi between the Brighton iioune tlie s'air Uronnds. connecting with the two Street ie two Bireel Kare 23 Kail oads terminating at Brightoi iKhton. vara ! BKNJ. JEN.NI seS-l( UK, Vanilla Beans. TTTHT H ECEITED A CASK OF FRESH v vauuia Deans, prime quality, s or sale In quau titles to suit by :DWARD 8CANLAN A Co.. Druggists, Korth-eaet corner of fourth and Main-streets. (.seV-ci Genuine French Blacking. f 1ST RECEITED-30 GROSS GENTJ. 0 INK French Blacking, from the factory of aiarceron. raris. lor sale in uuantltles to suit by JCDWAKI) SCAN LAN A (X)., Druggists, North-east cornet Fourth and Main-streets. leen-cl Quill Tooth-pioks. ml'ST it s fi e i v r n-noA.nnn httpr. ei liiOK Ouill Tooth-picks, in nackago ot I, aud ,!. The trado sunuiltd by AHWAHll bU&SiAH s ui)., jiruvgists, se9 North-Hast ooruer Fourth and Main-sis. frOUN STARCH. -JUST ft itrniTitn. l v.. r . i' a. , i. V. IP ..W.IPH1I I "I'll I . Iff A, UcDONALD ft CO., sel" R6 and Branch 2411 Weet Fourth-at. Vn, lw.l k rOX'S CEI.ATIN,-JI!ST RKOEITED, 10 gross Uui's rcnued Bferkllng uelatlu. Fur sale, wholesale and retail, by A. Mol.ONALD OO.. sel Stand Branch i4tt Wet Fourth-at. nHITIHH TABLE SALT.-JUST CLlVKll, II dui.n pou extra-renned British jlor sale, wuoiesaie ana retail, by A. MoUONALD CO., ff and Branch 1.4 Wul Fourth-at. tMASTILE SOAP.-JIMT RECEIVED. y boiee extra tine Oaetile boitp. For aaia. wuolesaia aad reti.il, by A. MoDOKALD A OO., salO SS and Branch -J4lt West Foartk-st. g fi BUI'S. PIJUE CIDER VINEGAR- A.V IWI w auw U MI UI Te bi AARON A. COLTER, e 319 end 31 M.io-et. K B ELS. CHOICE CRANBERRIES AABON A. OOLTIB'B, ' aiandailslJu-st. BA HOMBY.-4 TIERCES CUBA .ouey. j a"ei s. lulisk, 4 Its as a al 1aa VOII WANT A SKHV vuMcniKissr Advertise lu It ooeu but a trill., aud yon want supplied. will auua hate NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I a I la the of all ladv of and cts. U, Out) F RE. Stl I.N your BS GO to sa WEATHERBY'S, . ' 112 . FIFTH-STREET, Between Vine , and Race. An Immense Stock OF FANCY -AND- RECEXYING DAILY -FH0M THE EASTERN AUCTIONS. el-bl SIX FINE SHIRTS FOB Nino Dollars, AT Richardson's, 82 WEST FOURTH-ST., GAZETTE BUILDING. taulJ THE FINKLE & LYON PREMIUM Family Sewing Machine I A new style, just arrived. AT 55f AT 16 EAST FOURTH-STREET. AI SO AN EXCEsLIsNT MACHINE FOR manufacturing purposes at only $75. We challenge competition with any Sowing Ut chine in tne mantei. Don't forget It) ast Fourth -st. ae4-f E. E. HUG GIN 8, Agent PAPER HANGINGS! S. Holmes & Son, 65 WEST FOURTH-8T., CINCINNATI, Manufacturer and Importers, Wholesale and Betall Dealers In WALL PAPER, BORDER CURTAIN PAPER, ETC. MTU WOTTT.n INVITB THE ATTEN. WW TTHN fif niMrrlianti and ot hern to onr on. qualed assortment, keeping always on hand the larcept atock to be found west or the mountains, Our advantages are such aa to enable us to oner au twrfnr indiirjn.Rnta to buTera. Our Ketail Department, especially In fine Gold Velvet Papers and rich Decorations, both of foreign and dnmeBtic manufacture, can not be surpassed ; the country, o uwijaiivo dun, 3 vvest fourm-ii., ' Adjoining Pike's Opera-honae. a.iJO-x CAMPAIGN MEDALS Containing correct Helalnotype Likenesses of LIH0OLH AND HAMLIN, DOUGLAS AND JOHNSON, BELL AND EVERETT, BBECKINBIDGK AND LANB, THESE MEDALS ARB SOLID RIM, with milled edge (coiu style), and supplied quantities to suit, from one dosen io five thousand. st iow prices, 10 ueaiers. aena nine stamps ana get samples and list of prices. J. lu DRAKE St CO., It West Fourth-at., Cincinnati, Ohio, (ese-trjdpl . Patent Campaign Bosom Pins ANEW ARTTCT.E, CONTAINING OOR BJSCT L1KEM8.SES of tbe different nomi nees lor l'resl.unt lu ItxiU. The Likenesses of the different Candidates for Preeident are set In a beautiful Bosom Pin, making a neat article for genes' wear during the burning campaign, aad mora desirable than any thing yes ottered the public. Merchants, Agents and Clubs supplied on ths most liberal terms, by W. W. CUDWOHTH, Sole Manufacturer and Proprietor, 288 West sirth-street, Cincinnati, Ohio, to whom ail orders must be addressed. Bam pies sent on receipt of nine three-oent stamps. au cue muereut campaign meuala, usages, c. supplied on most liberal terms, Agents wanted auiO-x sc.. tnrougnout tne country. HEB1 .A. JL. GILBERT HICKKNI.OOPER, STIR. Vi. 10118 AND CIVIL KNdlNltiiiZs. hava removed from 800 Vlne-et., above Fifth, to 174 VINE-ST., ABOVE FOCBTH. (seVf Carriages. WE BiTB ETERV VARIETY OF Carrisees and Buiteiee uf aurarlor nn.lilv. which we will sell as low a. they can be purchased elsewhere, and take pleasure in showing them visitors. e7 Corner of Third and Vlne-sts. . Dissolution. THE FIRM OF OUR cfc BROWN tbis day dissolved by mutual consent. UKOYVN assumes all liabilities of the late ti rill, aud will continue business at the old sttuid, 111J!.ast l'arl-st. BOUEKT OKU, AUG. BROWN. Cincinnati, September 8, I860. se8-c Benzine. THE RENOVATING PROPERTIES pure iiensiue are such that soiled garmeuts muy be so thoroughly cleansed by it as to appear like new. GRKA8B, PAINT, BTAINS, XT0., Can be removed from Furniture, Carpets, Ribbons, Velvets aua miss wunout ins snntest lmury, either to the texture or color of the lattric to which it 1. applied. As a GLOVK-ULKANKR It Is unsur PmmtkI by any other preparation. The facility wuuwnuu dkaiss can ue usea, una its econ oiny, renders it iudisrensuble to every fumily. prepared and for siue by bUIRB, ECKSTEIN CO., se4-o Upposite the Posl.irti.e. French Filters. PACKAGES, A8SORTBD SIZES, 3JM iteceivi-d aud fur sale by BU1RE, RCKSTlfIN A CO., se8-e Oppu.lt the Costume. Cream Candy. r BOXES KEBBE, CRANE de CO.'H IMW assurted Cruaiu (Miidy. Kceived and asieby BUiUM, KukSTJllM A CO., sev-o opposite tne rostomca. Cutoh. EA BALES CVTCH. RECEIVED AND uvr ursaieuy BUIBE, EOK8TKIS A UO., Oppiwlte the V usWInoa, Wood's Hair Restorative. CROWS W04tl HAIRJKtiTORe Opposite (us rsietomos. fflPLi GOODS NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I . to 13 A for NEW BOOKS! RICKEY, MALLORY & CO., 73 WEST FOURTH-ST. PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE. THE WOMAN IN WHITE A Novel. Br Wilkie Collins, author of Queen of Hearts,' Dead Seoret," etc. Illustrated ky Joha He Iienan. One vol. 8ro. Jl. Bame in paper, 760. THE EIGHTH COMMANDMENT. By Charles Beade, author of " Never Too Lata ta Mend," "Peg Wofflngton," "Iiore He Little, Lore He Long," etc. One vol. 12mo. Tto. CUBA FOR INVALIDS. By It. W. Gibbea, H. D., Columbia, S. 4J. One vol. Ilmo. 750, CHAPTERS ON WIVES. By Mrs. Ellia. author of "Mothers of Great Men." One toU 12mo, cloth. 91. THE WILD SPORTS OF INDIA With Remarks on the Breeding and Bearing of Horse and the Formation of Light Irregular Cavalry. By Capt. Henry 8haksrjear, Commandant of Nag pore Irregular Foros. One vol. 13mo. 75c. ITALY IN TRANSITION. Public Scenes and Private Opinions in the Spring of 1860. Illus trated br Official Documents from the Papal Ar chives of the Revolted Legations. By William Arthur, A. H., author of " The Tongue of Fire." One vol. 12mo. $1. TOE SUNNY SOUTH j or, The Southerner at Homo- Embracing Five Years' Experience of a Northern Governess in the Land of the Sugar and the Cotton. Edited by Prof. J. H. Ingrahara, of Mississippi. One volumo. f 1 33. FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH AND ITALIAN LANGUAGES WITHOUT A MAS TER Whereby any one or all of these languages can be learned by any one without the aid of teacher. By A. H. Monteith. Ona vol. gvo. II REMINISCENCES OF AN OFFICER Off ZOUAVES. By General Cler. Translated from the French. Ona vdlume. f 1. . THE MOTHER-IN-LAW A Tale of Do mestic Life. By Mrs. Emma D. X. N. South worth, author of "India," " Deserted . Wits," "Betrlbutlon," eto. One volume. 11 3J. New Work by Marlon Harland. NEMESIS. A Novel. By Marion Hartal, author of "Alone," "Hidden Path," "Moss Side," Ao. One vol, ilmo. Price 11 is. A POLITICAL TEXT-BOOK FOR 1860. Compiled by Horace Greeley and John F. CI era land. Ona vol. bvo. Price 1. geS Wonderful Child I MISS TENNESSEE CliAFLIN 19 A Second-Sight Seer and Astrologer. Thli young lady baa been traveling since she wai eleven year old, and hat been endowed from her birth with supernatural gift to mich an antonialilng degree, that ahe convince the moat skeptical of her wonderful powers. She gives information of absent friends, whether living or dead, together with the past, pres ent and future events of life; also of lost money or property, identifying the persons concerned with so much certainty, as to scarcely leave A doubt or quilt. She prescribes for Diseases, telling their cautes and location, with so much sat In faction as to merit and receive the confidence of all who bavst consulted her: and many difficult complaints hav beehetiilrel wliifaed by her wonderful ministra tions. She can see nd lut out the mediclqe to cure the most obstinate diseases even those that Jbf Tears hava baffled nur Itamt nliTalnbAna. And in Aim t$C atiives and liniments to be made and used, that will cure old Sores, Fever Soros, Cancers, Sprains. Weakness in the Back and Limits, Rheumatism and other complaints of lung standing; and has per formed astonishing cures upon those who had long since loat their sight and hearing, or nearly so, by uieease. in snort, mrougn me easisiance oi some? erior power, she is endowed with the healing art. he win nolnt oat to the Ladies and Gentlemen their former, present and future partnets. telling exactly those that are dead and living, their treat ment, disposition and character in life: and through her superior power can caiue tranquility and happi ness between man and wife, and tbe return of stolen or lost property that has not been destroyed, and prosperity in bnsiness matters, lawsuits, &c., and when required will go into an unconscious state and) travel to any part of the world, hunt up absent friends, whether dead or alive, and through her ther will tell the inquiring friend their situation anal whereabouts, with all the events of life since they last met; and peraons born in certain months, ana on certain days of the year are destined to be lucky in selecting lottery lie new tnac will a raw vaiuaoisi Prfv.ee through her directions. Lawyers. Doctors Ministers, ana manv other scion title man nava con sulted her upon matters of high importance, an4 given evidence of their entire satisfaction. - Her residence is 371 Sixth-street, near MontkL Cincinnati, where she may be consulted upon all matters pertaining to me ana neauu, iron e io iz noon, and from 2 to 9 P. M. mw Consultation Ives, vi au34-amjor CAMPAIGN MEDALS, CAMPAIGN MEDALS, CAMPAIGN MEDALS, BIX VARIETIES, " AX WHOLKSALE, CONTAINING CORRECT MBLAINO TVPtt L1K S.NES8K8 of the diffurunl Osuidl- dates ftr flie FreHlduntial chair, now ready. In likeness of the President on one side and Yice-Proa-df nt on the other a neat medal, about the siae of five-dollar gold -piece, suaaiug a beaullluj cainpa charui or badge. . auresH, ior run particulars, or can upon - r MACK R. BAUNITZ, Headauarters tor Campaign Books, Charts, Kedala, etc.. an ana v vtest jouna-t.,, up stairs. ic.i or nw uil-auilp1 Ciuoiuuati, Ohtav BOSTON SHIRT FACTORY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Superior Shirts Made to Order. sf-iBNTLEMEN WHO ARB PARTfCT. IST LAB in tbe ttt and appearance of their Hbirta. and desirous of baviuu thoM that will set well anA look neat, are invited to leave their order, at Ktl-P. PilLU'B, wliere tney eau append upon belus: suiua. 1 one but the best goods ara used, and thoroa.sB work guaranteed. L. A. KEPPNEH, Ar.at, North east oerner Fitth and Vm.-atreeta, )amlkl Over Dele A iiuekins. Oia.( O REMOVAL. Jas. Ilicliardon, GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHER , : -i'.y:-. -md- .a Shirt Manufkotuier, K0. 82 WEST fOURTHTREET, . . . OMR POO BAST OI" TINS,, au2-tf' ' QAZlCTTt BUILDIWO n t kAMEsV B0DLE V,i . - i i . niuriOTJmaaao i ' ' 'JM WOOttsOHKlNQ 1IACULTE2T. AroCIKClIiaaBAW-iTlILIJI. .. a Jxm aad Waur-t-mt, (susaiiaaa mm la.U.