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HENHY REED So COH , .. asm ns mniBWi OKriCIAL PATKB Dt THE t'lTI. .SEPTEMBER 14 Revival of the Religious Drama. Barnum bus opened the season at bil Mu Knn with the drama of Joseph and hi Brethren.' On the opening night he made a peecb, in which he announced hit intention to occasionally bring back the drama to its original purpoM, the illustration of sacred scenes and events, and the representation of the Divine power and goodness, by handling the incidents of Biblical history, so as to exhibit gorgeous scenery and produce thrill ing effects. The drama was originally sacred, and the representations were i'iven in the churches under the management of the Priests. The bliss of the saints, and the torments of the damned, were impressed upon the imagina tions of the people with all the aids of scenery and stage machinery; and Uie miracles were reproduced with great dramatic power. Now, alas, the drama has been abandoned by the church, and has fallen into the hands of the wicked. Could it be restored to its original purpose and control, . with all the improvements that modern art has added to the drama, how mighty might be its influences for good. The idea of the Methodist minister wtiq sang a hymn in meeting to the time of Zip Coon, because, he said, Ihe devil should not have all the good tunes, is founded on a true principle. If people go on abandoning their strongest positions, one after another, to the devil, they might as well abandon the field at once. Soon he will enter the church. Then, according to the present tactics, that also must be abandoned to him. We know of no warrant in Scripture for this method of carrying on the campaign. We are commanded to resist the devil, and then he will flee from us ; not to abandon the field as quick as he appears on it. We had last spring a temporary revival of the sacred drama, at Pike's Opera-house, in the play of The Prodigal Son, in which sin ners were warned by the dreadful sufferings of the Prodigal, after his brief season of riotous living at Memphis, and the saints were edified by the ballet which solaced the bereaved patriarch. It showed the practica bility of combining Scriptural instruc tionwith an attractive exhibition. The drama of Joeph and Bit Brethren might be followed by Joseph' t Temptation, and the Triumph of Virtue, and then by Virtu Rewarded, showing Joseph dispens ing the corn to the starving Egyptians, and buying them into slavery for Pharaoh. As Barnum observed, "Biblical history famishes some of the most touching and sublime subjects for the drama." The re ligious world has occasion for profound grati tude that Mr. Barnum bos turned his versa tile genius to so good a work. It is gratify ing to know, also, that this will not monopo lize his talents, but that besides illustrating God's dealings with the Israelites, he will how his more modern wonders, such as the Fegee Mermaid, the "What Is It," the Aztecs, the Sea Serpent, and the Wooly-Horse. Politically Right. bur Morally Wrong. We observe by the report of the speech of Charles Reemelin, at the Breckinridge and Lane Club, that "The error committed by the Republicans is that they view the ques tion of slavery from a moral and social point of view, and not from the legal or political, with which alone we have to deal." We Suppose this means Am BepnWinaMis r right morally, but wrong politically; and slavery is a wrong to be condemned morally but to be respected politically. If this is Breckinridge and Lane Democracy, we should like to know how it differs from Re publicanism. By what authority does Mr. Reemelin pronounce slavery morally wrong? Kot by Scripture, certainly, for the most ex emplary of the patriarchs held slaves. Not by the law of nature, for in a state of nature the greater part of mankind are in slavery. What kind of a prospect is held out for the perpetuity of Southern institutions, when they are declared to be founded on moral wrong? Is the moral law of nature, which inevitably brings retribution for national as well as for individual sins, suspended, that a people may establish political rights in moral wroagt? The South may well exclaim, "Save us from our friends," when the small rem nant of the faithful, who term themselves the "unabolitionized Democracy," and who propose to save the abolition Sodom, can allow the South only a legal right, founded ou a moral wrong. The Christians of Syria—The Reason Why they were Slaughtered. A letter from the Rev. Dr. Goodell, Prot estant Missionary to Turkey, published in one of the Eastern Evangelical papers, shows that the slaughter of the Syrian Christians was a special visitation of Providence on ac count of their refusal to repent Wo quote: "Those poor Maronites I The Gospel was carried to them forty years ago, and has ever since been urged upon them publicly aad from house to house; but they manifested the greatest possible enmity to it, preferring the yoke of Satan to the gentle reign of Christ. Therefore, is this distress come upon them; for, by terrible things in righteousness, God is now answering the prayers of his servants and avenging the blood of Asaad Eh tibidiak." From this it seems that this slaughter of the men, and driving of the women into the Druse harems, is only the spirit of God striv ing with them, and aiding the preaching of the Gospel. Then, surely, the outside inter veatiou which Christians have been calling for, would he a great sin. It would be an attempt to prevent the divine purposes. The writer further says: "Now is the time for fervent prayer, for Chrurtwn effort, and for the exercise of for giveneis, compassion, and benevolence." We hare our doubts about that. The writer shows that God has not forgiven them, but is exterminating them from the earth. Theft why should we forgive them? Is it not rather our duty to take the sword and help carry oat the will of Cod? Forgive them for what? They have not sinned against ns.: Shall we forgive them for their in saainst God? Save us from such pre sumptuous faults I . 8odtbihm STiMijiT Toward thi Dodo LAig SrsMH-Near -fifty Southern gu He aven, irho were staying at the. Virginia Whits Sulphur Springs when Douglas made his speech at Norfolk, have published a pro test against the doctrine that Sovereign Stat, which may choose to seeed from the compact, are to be coerced. They declare that the declaration at this time has a bloody igouikkBce, auil tusrita aacveie rebuke from the people of the South. "' Evangelical Cheese. I The New York Evangelitt has devoted an other article to the question whether it is right to make cheexe on Sunday. The first decided arbitrarily that it is not. This at tempts to show how the thing can be man aged so as to keep the business going with out loss, and without breaking the Sabbath, or with, at the worst, but an inconsiderable fracture. We suspect that the Evangelitt Tiews on the Sunday cheese question have been made a little more evangelical by the clear, Scriptural light which we were enabled to throw on it, in an article in the Sunday Prkhs. The following is the Evangelist' t method for adapting the Mosaic law of the Sabbath, to the profits of the cheese business: "Milk somewhat earlier than usual on Sat nrday evening, putting the milk and rennet together directly, and dry, break and salt the cord as usual. Then keep in a cool place, in a spar cheese-vat and cloth, till Monday morning, when the Sunday morn ing's curd, put together early on Monday morning, must be broken down with it; and the twethus well mixed, will form one cheese or a proportionate sire with the rest of the dairy.1' The Evangelist will not pretend that all this operation can be performed on Saturday evening, previous to the going down of the sun. Yet that is the commencement of the Sabbath as divinely ordained, from which time until sunset the next day, it was unlaw ful for the Jews to build feny fires in their houses, or to cook any food. By what au thority docs the Evangelist decide one part of the Sabbath less holy than another? and is it any more a violation of it to take two or three hours out of the middle of the holy period, than out of one end of it? It seems to us that the Evangelitt is suiting its law, as Moses did his, to the hardness of the cheese makers' hearts. But it will be observed that the Evangelitl slurs over the Sabbath milking, the most laborious part of the operation. Whatever point the Evangelist may date its Sabbath from, it must include two ruilkings. Yet thet paper devotes all its attention to the disposal of the lesser labors on the curd, and entirely omits the weightier one of milking the cows. In order to strengthen the faith of the weaker cheese brethren, the EvangeU itt, mentions the case of a Sabbath-keeping dairy-man, of forty cows, who took the first premium at an agricultural fair, against eighteen competitors who regarded not the Sabbath, showing that Providence watches over the quality of the cheese of Sabbath keeping dairies. Running Without the Machine. The Breckinridge and Lane Club organ ized on Wednesday night, and passed, in substance, the following resolutions: "fletolved. That the 'Democratic machine Is sm.ii-ri. "Rtmlrrd, That Wain. McLean did it. "isorerf. That Wanh. McLean, having smashed tne democratic niacmne, we will support Hreck Jjjriilse said Lane." Tom Brown at Oxford; A Sequel to "School Days at Rugby." Part 8 is re ceived and for sale by Rickey, Mallory & Co. Garibaldi's Appeal to the Patriotism of the Sicilian Women. According to a letter in the Paris Pretee, the want of self-reliance and persevering energy of the men of Sicily has occasioned Garibaldi some disappointment, and has led him to appeal to the women in the follow ing proclamation: Liberty, the most precious gift of Provi dence to peoples, bos been gained for Sicily, thanks to the manly resolution of the Sicil ians, and the generous aid of their brethren of the Continent. Liberty, difficult to gain, is more difficult to keep, as all Italy for ages has experienced to her cost. Sicily is not such a country that there is no need in bcr case to recur -(o foreign histories to find sxamples of all kinds of civic virtues, and the women there have at all times displayed a cournge which has astonished the world. From the women of Syracuse, who cut off their tresses to make ropes of them in the old Roman days, to those of Messina, who encouraged their relatives to attack a bom barding host there are valiant deeds of this sex in this island. The Vespers, also, an event-unparalleled in the history of nations, saw fair Islanders fighting by the side of the combatants for national independence. I myself (I recall the occasion with emo tion), in denouncing from the palace of Pa lermo to this generous people the humiliating pretensions of their tyrant, heard a groaning repeated by the women who crowded the bo loonies, deep enough to turn an army pale, and the groaning was the death-sentence of tyranny. Sicily is free, it is true; a single citadel only remains in the power of the enemy; bat eleven years ago, Sicilian valor achieved the same result; and yet that free land, through not having chosen to make a last effort, fell back into slavery, was trodden once more under mercenary feet, and brought to a worse condition than before the glorious revolution. Dear and gracious women of Sicily, hear the voice of the man who sin cerely loves your beautiful country to which he is bound by the affection of bis whole life. He asks of you nothing for himself, nothing for others; hut for the common fatherland he asks your powerful assistance. Call to arms the inhabitants of this island, and shame those who cling to their mother's or sweet heart's apron-strings. La CairolL of Pavia, a rich, noble, and be loved matron, had four sons. One died at v arese on tne body or an Austrian whom he had killed; the eldest Benedetto, you have at Palermo, scarred with the wounds he re ceived at Calatafimi and Palermo; the third, Enrico, live?, though his skull was split open in those battles; and the fourth has been sent to join the same army by that incomparable mother. Women, (rive us your sons, your lovers I Few the struggle will be long and doubtful, and full of danger for all I Many we shall conquer without battles; and you will see realized the hopes of twenty gen erations of Italians; and I shall restore to you your dear ones, bronzed by the battle field, crowned with the aureole of victory, and blessed even by those enslaved and suf fering peoples who have sent forth their suns to win back from you your country. . A Cbeditlqus Fabmeb Victimized bt Gip sies. A farmer in Belchertown, N. Y., named Clark, recently became the dupe of a gipsy woman, member of a strolling com pany. The woman told him there was a quantity of money buried on his farm, and if ue woum raise si,oou to assist her necro mancy, she would discover the treasure to him. Clark was able to raise but $500, and the gipsy agreed to abate the moiety, and, receiving the package, performed 'over it certain incantations and charged the farmer to keep it very sate for ti'o weeks, but not to look at or disturb it within that time. The old woman and her tribe disappeared from that neighborhood, and the uneasy farmer, alter two weeks had elaosed. hast ened to examine his deposit. He found that a worthless package of paper had been sub- iiiuieq vj uie adroit gipsy lor tne money she had been permitted to handle, and Clark finds that there Is less money on his farm than before theswlndling company visited it Takiso thi Backamm a On Sunduy last, in one of the churches of Spencer, Mis., while the peopl were en gaged iu the regular worship, something unusual occurred. It was at the communion service, and just before the sacrament was offered, a man in the back part of the as sembly rose, and deliberately passing up the aisle to the table in front of the altar, seized one of the sacramental goblets with one baud, and tbe large silver pitcher with the other, filled the goblet with wine, And turn ing to tbe audience, coolly drank it off and returned to his seat. The reader may imag ine the "surprise of the congregation." A Postoffice Robbed of Four Hundred letters —A Large Amount of Money Probably Stolen. The poptoffice at West Troy, N. Y, was en tered on Saturday night or Sunday morning by burglars, and raasacked aad robbed of nearly all its contents. The office is situated on Broad-street, near the ferry-way, and is in a new, one-story brick building, recently erected for that purpose. The burglars effected an entrance at tbe rear of the build ing, by boring through the window-shutter with an inch-augur. A bole was made large enough to admit of a man's hand, the bolt upon the inside was shoved back, the window raised, and access to the office was easily gained. Tbe letters in the boxes were all taken out and also the dead letters of the past quarter, which were on the shelves, taken from their places and every one broken open. About 400 letters were destroyed, a great number of them containing money, checks and drafts. The money-drawers were also emptied of their contents, containing $20 or $30. Postage-stamps, to the amount of $40, and a package of stamped-envelops, $16, were also taken. Nearly all letters were opened by tearing the top of the envelop, and after examination the letter was torn in long strips, and scattered over the floor. Many of them contained drafts for large amounts, which the robbers did not take for fear of detection, but left them lying on the floor. It is not known how much money was taken from tbe opened letters, but it must be a large amount, as parts of letters were found on tbe floor indicating that they contained money. The fragmentary letters were gathered up and will be sent to the depart ment at Washington. RCMABKABLC SPIRITUAL MANIFESTATIONS is Wihconbin. The people of Barton, Wash ington County, Wisconsin, are in a fever of excitement over strange noises which have heard every night for some time past in a house in that village. A school held in the building had been broken up, and the com munity is scared generally. The Milwaukie Sentinel says: "The strictest scrutiny and investigations have taken place by all sorts of people, and yet the agency of all. these manifestations remains undiscovered. Tbe house has been thronged by the curious, unbelievers in spiritual manifestations, and yet the nips, fcud and bard enough to jar the very build ing, would continue, the doors open sud denly and Blam together without any ap parent agency not even the faintest breath of wind and other unaccountable things transpire." HOMK 1NTKHK8T. T Gas Store at Chester's Tea-room. W Chester's Tea-rooms, east aide of Walnut, below Filth, up stairs. VClothes renovated and repaired, ISO W. Sixth. aYaVXlothlng renovated and repaired, 69 Third. Good Pictures in cases for 15 cents, at Afpli oate's Mammoth Gallery. Fifth and Main, aul-tf ST A. A. Xtstis, Clocks, Watches and JswsItf, Hoe. its and 271 Central-avenue. T" pictures tor ten cents at Johnson's Gallery Ninth and Main. war Pandal-wooi), Feabl, Iroar and Movrk ino Fans. Coral. Jet, Ivor? and Pearl Hair Pins ; Eid Traveling Bags and Satchels, furnished ; Cora, Jet, Pearl, Shell, Buffalo, Tuck Combs ; Garters in Rid, Buckskin, Silk, Linen and Velvet ; Opera Glasses, Card Caaea, Purses, Cabas ; Steel, Jet, Gold, Pearl Belt Buckles; Canes, Pen-knivea, Scissors, Bazors and 8nufT Boxes. Dbiss Gabtehb With Bows, Boaettes and in Em broidery ; White, Blue, Pink and Crimson Silk I Drab, Lavender, Green and Straw-colored Silk ; Silk Velvet, Kid, Buckskin and Thread. Is a ladies' dress "au fait" without beautiful Garters r J. D. PARK, Bazaar ef Fancy, ' te7-dwF N. E. cor. Fourth and Walnut. MARRIED. GADDIS KOBSON On Wednesday evening, September 12, by the Biv. William Stillwell, at the residence of George W. liobson. Mount Vernon, Ky., Mr. John C. Gaddis to Mis Emma J. Bobson, all ol Mr unt Vernon. Wedding and Visiting Cards Engraved and Printed, Si aisand Presses; Da La But btationery and nvelopes. SHIPLEY SMITH, (Successors to II. II. Shipley A Bro.,) IrS-aV '2'A Wet Fourth-street. SPECIAL NOTICES. Eg: TRMPi R n Hnn -i'r.ruii SOCIAL TKMI'LK, No. 1, Templar, of ice, meet THIS KVKNINO, at their Hall, Vine-street. Mtmliers of the Orlr visit. It'iuiK-rnnre. Ko. gn.l Vin iiig the city are invited to attend. nU-a FAIR! FAIRM-OIIMBISE ulll lunwA 1ta W.Uhi ..-.... I ... Foi til and Fifth. duritiaT tht3 JiVir&t eiafiit o'clock A. M., aud iialf-pfut one P. M. Persons by leaving their addreu at tbe office will be c led for iu any part of the city. eeH-c" PETEH MATHEWS. lfsWIDK-AWKE ATTENTION! WCSk GKN KHAL OKDKKtt No. 4 -Ciniknati The Wide-awake if the city are hereby nut. tied thxt there will be a General Parade on SATURDAY EVENING, the 16th hint. Wards to be vUitwi-the Fourth, the Sixth and the Fifteenth. It. DELAVAN MF83ET, el4-b Commandunt-Oeneral. f-35 CINCINNATI nORTICUI. mSTVHAL 80CIETYT Notice is lereliy f;iven 10 ice meu.Dem, tuat tne next rocuiar meet ng will take blare in the 8ocietr'e Tout, ou the I'nited Btatea Fair-groundi. on SATURDAY, 1Mb inflt., at 2 o'clock P.M. By order of the Prenldent. Theeuhiect for diBriiRxion Itefore the Society in; "Improvement in our Fruitage, Putt, Preaent and Prospective." GEO. L. FKAMKENHTKIN, geU-b Secretary. m PALMER'S SOAP DENTIFRICE rv3V compounded nf perfictly neutral soap, and other eulitftancee well known fur their benenrial action upon the teeth and gum. It superior qul itiee are acknowledged by all persons that nave tried It. It whitens the teeth, hardens the gums, purities tbe breath and arrests decay. Price twea ty-nve cents. Prepared only by SOLON PALMER, Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumery, No. 36 Wrt Fourth -at. au3U THE PHYNIO-MEDICAL COI. LEUKhfcui bettn removed from tYie (Jin- cinmTtTCollt'Ke Building to the (JINCNNATI LIT :HARY AND SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTE, No. ST tuiiu-tt,,gMt vi Dnikuwny, wurro n pros per tu mo vn-ll from 1M3 to i860. Here it is again connected with the Physio-Medical Infirmary, iu which stu dents can constantly witnetw the atiperlor power of the practice they are taught in the lecturea. WANTKD-Studcnts to be instructed in the true science and practice of MedUnae, and patients to be treated In the best maimer known to the med ical profeenlon. A. CUHTIS, af. D., Dean of tbe College Faculty and Proprietor of tbe Inflrmary. au24-tf ftrSI OOK TO YOUHSELF IN TIME, iitHxSft How mauy, iu cousujueuce of a fitUe delicacy, suiter from suppressed, painful orobntruct ed menstruation, and thiuk, because tbey are young, that by and by nature will work itself clear from obntructloi.s, and all come right Iu the eud, little dn Hilling that the seeds of death are already germinating in tbe system, because tbe vital euer- Sies are Impaired and the entire animal economy eranged. debilitated ; and yet, careless of them SHlves 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 talco it- and thus be in time to save their lives. Parents, think of this, and at once give them a bottle of Professor Wood's Kesturative Cordial and Blood Renovator. Sold in Cincinnati by J. P. PARK ; SUIRE. ECK STEIN A CO., aud by every Druggist. Isel-bmM.W.F -3a K K N N E D V H M E D I C A I, D I CO Y- KUY is acknowledged by tbe moat eminent rbysicians. and by the moot careful druggists hroughout the United States, to be the must eftec tual blood-purifler ever known, and to have relieved more suffering, and effected more permanent cures, than any preparation known to the profeMioa. Scrof Ula. Salt B heuw, Erysipelas, Scald-bead, Sraly Erup tion of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles and the system restored to full streugtb and vigor. Full and explicit directions for the cure of ulcerated ore leg and other corrupt and running ulcers, it Iiven in the pamphlet with ea'h bottle. For aale by OHN 1. PAKK, HUIUK, ECKSTEiN A CO., and CEOKOKM.DlioN. Prc $1. sWa" RADICAL CUHB OT S0PTUSB. IPH.TL'E RELIEF AND PER. IKS' M A N K S T cure of Hernia (Rupture), mi at i u raven jtumiichi nure j ruas SMUUS UUn valed. It postaeaiHie all tbe merits In poiut of im provement, thai an instrument can, and hand reds will tetify to Laving teen radically cured by iu use. Peraous afflicted with thi disease, should call at nee on 0. M. MARSH, OORLISS A C.t No. ft Went Fourth-street, bve oue applied aud a cure en tod before It is too late. eev-f x ir iia GM.T-H0USE RESTAURANT m au iruut A. a. to 11 T. M . ua-ci w. . MAH6H, JB., Pronrl.tor, SPECIAL NOTICES. 51LECHAM3, MAMJFACTUBEBS, Business Men Generally! A WFETINO WITT BB IIFT-D at the Mnrcliant.' Kl h..ilf. THIS NO. at hAlf mhI Hev.n o'clock, for th. Dur- ihii of henrlnt adilrr.ius from th. Committee, from fraphvi 1. ami Knnxville, T.nnpmiee, in ref.reno. to the proposed Kailroad connection between Cin cinnati and tbe flonth. ALL ARK INVITED TO ATTEND. TO LADIES FROM ABROAD ! f-SpalN VIEW OF THK FACT THAT fc verv many ladies fmm a dlHtance wll visit our city during the session of the United State. Fair, we n.T. n.sienea to completion our NEW AND ELEOANT BALES-BOOMS, and have opened much In advance of our usual time. Our FALL STOCK OF LADIES' FURS, consisting of all grades, and ererr fnshionnble va. iieiy in tArna, xii'i'a.i, viuiukimko. MIFFS, CUFFS, Ac, all ol which we offer at i VERY LOW PRICES; thus affording our Lady visitors an opportunity of obtaining a FINE LOT OF FURS! that may not oocur again. Our Furs are all, without a sinirle exception, made lip Till. YEAR, FKOM rBF.SH Hkins: so that indies ntirchaitia from us run no rink of o-ettin. moth-eaten goods. TOWKHS A CO., uauers ana r urriers, sel2-f ' 149 Main-street. UNITED STATES NATIONAL FAIR! COMMENCING 12 AND CLOSING SEPT. 20. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD. ffc-TRAINS LEAVE THE 8IXTT IKST ST DKlMtTfor the FA1K umuuu-aij OltTHTSPP KVKKY HALF HOl'lt, or klj o'tiner, if nee ssary cnmn.eDclg to . leave Cincinnati at H.30 A. M., and continuing rvfry.NO minute tilT 0i3O P. M. Iteturnine;, to leave Friir Grounds at 9 A. M.. and continuing evpt-y 30 minutes till J 1'. M. The cars m the Third, Fourth and Fifth-st. rail rotid line will leave parruDf?ers at ttie Fifth-st. end of the depot, and the cars of the 8vpnth-st. rail road line at the corner of Heventh and Hay miller, which is only one square from the depot. A line of om nihil will nloo he run Itetween the termini of the two street railroads at DriRhton and Krnni's Statinn, comiHctiua; with the cars of the t!i? cinnnti, Hamilton ami Dayton Itailmnd. Thus milking the fate from any part of the city In con nection with the above city roads to the Fair p rutin d ard return, fifty cents. Fare f if .in Hixthctreet Dv-not nnd return tocts. Fare from Enmt's Station and return Met. ranfierificrf must purchase tickets, or they will be changed full fare. eeiu-k D. McL&RKN, Superintendent. KS S55. LADD, "WEBSTER & CO.'S Sewing Machines! SJIEW 8TYI.E JUST ISSUED AT Ss35T" FIFTY-FIVE DOLLABS. $50. Call aad tee them at 86 West Fourth-it. tana tfl Important Notice. DOT7M-E LOCK- i MAUUINES. wilh IsKSft STITCH 8KW1NO recent imnrnvements. surbass ail others, reeardlesa of price. Kxaniiue them before purchasing eltw where. Peud for a circular and samples of sewing. Agents wanted. H. O. UUUTMAN, 93 West Fourth St., Cincinnati, au29-bm Bole Agent for the United States. Read, all who wish to get Riohl U-Ss A BOOK. CON TAININOIN. sWCST STKUCTIONB how to make a fortune in a tew months, will be sent to any and all persona, on receipt of their correct address and 0 conta in post age tamps. Address J. P. I)S LYHLE, Agent, ,eia-Vr Bow tllnninnatt Ohio. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. FltAlNKLlN 11PE, BTEBE0TP AND ELECTROTYPE FOUNDER?, AND PRINTERS FURNISHING WAREHOUSE; 168 Vine-street, between Fourth and Fifth, Ciacimati. Ohio. B. ALL 18 ON, eapt. 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OVB COMPOSING-BOOMS Are well storked with the latest and most-approved style, of Book and Job Type, of ail size., and we 8TEHE0TTPB OB ELECTROTYPE Book, Mntic, Jobs. Medicine Lftbele, &.C., tVc, &c On short notic and at Eastern price.. Pattern, and Brand Letter, Of various sixes and atrlea always on band. TYPE THAT HAS BESN V8ED IN STEREOTYP ING, i'Olt SALE AT BEDVCKD PBICK8. V Agent, for Hoe A Co., Adams, Tordon and Bugglea Presses. American and English Inks con stantly on hand. Also, Printers' Olue of a superior quality. FRANKLIN TYPE. STEREOTYPE AND. ELKO TllOTYPB FoUNDEiiy, 168 VINE-STREET, CINCINNATI. teH-liDAaW R. ALLISON, Superintendent. Xnli-! IJ'air! JFair! EIGHTEENTH EXHIBITION . -OF- OHIO MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Grand IMsplay -OF- Arts and Manufactures! NOW OPEN 13 .y aud BvettluSf -in Tiiis INSTITUTE BUILDINGS, CORNER SIXTH AND VINE, NEAR POSTOFFICL TICKETS .. ..S3 CENTS. lsI4-f LAMS Ac BODLEY, Found era and Engine-builders, CIRCULAR SAW-MIILS, WOUIMVOKKLNU MAU1I1NEBT. Corner John and Wator-str.uU, Cincinnati, (selij Furniture!, Furniture! CALL AND EXAMINE OVB. STOCK OF wull-mad. Juruiluie, .unable fur aainilui. aud Dtalers, for quantity and quality not sui-pamed, at Hycaiiior.-.t., between rrout aud Columbia, aelt-i O. HKNSU1W aV HONS. - FORTUNE. TELLING AND PURE. KOLOGY.-AU P'raous wishing to know tlimr futnt. priwpectN, and have theiu correctly atated by .lAlUatK ALWIN, at 14 IToartk-.tr.et, cor iter uf EUu, . btu m .n. may !. eonaulied on all mat tra ooncruiug luv., inairlHie, courtMiifp, law uuU tr., WtuiueM sfhilm; and will tell th. uatu. of tu lady or geiitljiiaji tuey will marry j mim th. nam. uf bur vUitur.. aels-o nSITlNII TABLE SALT .-JUST H K UlVai), It duaea puU aatra-ranued Briiuh labia Bolt, lor aal., wholouln and retail, by A. Mc lMtNALDAOO., alt St and Branch 4 1) Wart fourth-. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. rHK well-known FIRMS BELOW indicated comprise a few o the . WHOLESALE DRUE TRADE OF THE UNITED STATU, . Who buy largely of .. , J. J. IlTJXLTCIl'S ' EXCELSIOR FLUIO INKS! The steadily Increasing trade of the following Houses with the Marninirturer fr many years, i. a rfMona-hle guarantee of the tctrlnaio merit of these Writing Fluids. J. J. BUTLER, Agent. Hauufactory-39 Vine-street, Cincinnati. MEW YORK: Schieffrlln Bros. A Co.; O. H. Bronson, to Pine-st., Agent. CIIICAOO: Barclay Brot.j Lord A Smith. CINCINNATI: B. Macreadv; Snlre, Eckstein A Co.! J. AO. Koaklrt; Burdnal A Bro.: And all DruKglsta. ST. LOUIS: Barnard A Co.: Charles, Blow A Co.! Ifacon, Hyde A Co,; liichardson, Mollier A Co.: Scheultae A Kggers. MEMPHIS: O. W. Jones A Co.; S Mansfield A Co.: Talbot A Dancy; Wines A Bros. NATCHEZ: F. II. McGraw; Elliott A Hen(. CLEVELAND: Gnylord A Hammond; C. S. Mackentle. LOUISVILLE: Wilson, Peter A Co.; Edward Wilder; Senour A Kudrile; Lindeuberger A Co.: . A. Boiuson A Co. KASnTILLE: W.W. Berry A DemoTllle; Ewin Pendleton A Co.; DemoTtlle A Co. NEW ORLEANS: O. 0. Woodman, E. B. Whoelock A Co.; O. N. Morrison. MOBILE : HnTlland, Clark A George; I. C. Dubose A Co. VICKSBUBQ: Haulaway A White; Bnckner A Crump. MISSISSIPPI: State Department; J. S. Sixer. "I hnTe nnalrned two samples of Fluid Ink, one markrd ' Arnold'e Chemical Writing Fluid, P. A J. Arnold, Loudon;' the other 'Butler'a Mercantile Bccord Fluid, Cincinnati.' "1 find both of these Inks to contain the same In- ?rcdients, and In the eitme state of combination, 'rom the rcBult of the Tarinus tents to which 1 have subjected them- I And that they are equal iu Quality as well as durtibllity. " JAMKS K. CHILTON, M. D., Chemist. "Niw YonK, Nov. , ltM " aeU-cF,Su,Tu CINCINNATI SPICE-miLLS. CONSTANTLY ON HAND, IN PACK AGES to suit the trade. Fresh-roasted aud Ground Java and Rio Coffees and Peanuts. Pepper. CiuDamon. Ginger, Allspice. Cloves, NntmeRfl, r , Macs, and Rico Flour. "IX L" Mtwtard. , ' Cincinnati'' MustArd. "Premium" MuatArd, "Kentm-kj" Maitard, American" Mustard. Baking -powder, Pepper-sauce, Tomato Catsup, Yellow Muntnrd-seed, i nt i. Cayenne Pepper. Oswego Com Starch, Oswego Silver gloss Starch, Oswego Puro Starch, Barlow's Indigo Bine, KeMogg's Washing-bloa. Arc, Sec, dte. 131 and 133 Race-st., Iwtween Third and Fourth. B&BRISON & WXLSOFJ. seK-x Proprietors. ATTENTION IS INVITED TO OUB atock of aeaaonable DRESS AND FANCY DRY GOODS! Shawls, Embroideries, Hosiery, Ribbons and Dress Trimmings, The largest In the city, and at the lowest price. 30 West Fourth-.t., bet. Main and Walnut. ell-f J. LE BOPTILMEIt 6c BROW. GAfiriSTTTRES roa CINCINNATI, COVINGTON AND NEWPOUT, a At Eastern Prices. AI-AJKOB AND VARIED ASSORT MKNT can always be found at MeHENBTde CARSON'S LAMP AND GA8-VIXTUBB DEPOT; "- 16 Main-st. SPECTACLES! MY ASSORTMENT OF SPECTACLES coiupruH). all tba Lateat Imppoveraentau I measure the focos or both eyes, and select such lenses as will exactly suit the condition of the ahtht. I WARRANT TIIBM TO GIVE SATIS. FACTION. HENRY WARE, Optioian, Mo. 7 West Fonrth-et., opposita the High Steeple. BSTABLISHBO IN 1H3S, (sen f LEWIS OSKAM1", Importer and Wholsal. Dealer In WATCHES, CLOCKS, JKWKLItT, WATCH MATKBIAL8, TOOLS, PLATED WARE, GOLD PENS, 40. Manufaoturar of Jewelry, Lo. No. 108 Main-street, East Side, Between Third and Fourth, Cincinnati, Ohio. Orders promptly filled. Repairing dons for tha the Trade. selS-f CAMPAIGN MEDALS I Containing correct Melainotype Likenesses of LINCOLN AND HAMLIN, DOUGLAS AND JOHNSON, BELL AND EVERETT, BREOKINRIDOE AND LANS. THESE MEDALS ARB SOLID RIM, with milted eilKe (ooln style), and supplied In quantities to .ult, from one dozen to hve thousand, at low pries, to dealers. Send nine stamps una get aampies and list of prices. J. L. DRAKE cV CO 11 West Fourth-st.. Cincinnati, Ohio. tse-tftlp Campaign Bosom-pins! Campaign Scarf-pins! Campaign Medals ! jn nnn just received, i""" which will be sold iu lots of Ou. Doaen, Ou. Hundred, or One Thouaaud, at TEN PER CENT. BELOW N. Y. Prices. Address or call upon MACK R. BAHMTZ, Book and Map Publisher, .... - . And Manufacturer Depot, teia-tf 38 and 40 West fuurih-st., up .tuirs. Coal and Carbon-oil Lamps! Improved Burners, Wicks, Chimneys, Cut Globes, Paper Shades, Marble, Gilt and Bronze Standi. For sale br . . . O. ALDRICH, Ag.nt for Kerossn. Lamp and OU Co., aelS-o ; No 9S WmI Eront-st., op stair. CHEAP! CHEAP! WriOiaNS, OriTARS, ACf (IEOH V f lut, ko.t ft mi Kio.mHi piecsi o Miuiu, etui l Iwusbt ftt tuft cbvitpeat prloea of . W. RAUCH, " . Ji3 Wont Fiflh-treet. Ml4-f Between Vine and Race, aoatb aide. niHWOLUTlON P PAUTNllttftHIP.- M-W The partiieritilB heretofore exUltuij Uuwaea the nndereiauiHl. uuiwr Ihe firm of Wl A ittM- Her. l ihi dkjr tlsMlvtrtl by umtujsj buumuI. u, Bm.Jly will etjttltt the (tnuirm if (h Company, euel coiitiuue the biulotei et tU tit ust.il. iu. bw . J . , September 10, loM. PJkTKIs f. hWf.nl.ia. aaU-o NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HUNTER, EDHESTOJI & CO.. Importer, and Wholeaala Dealers In AND CARRIAGE TRIMMIXCS, 108 MA1N-STKE KT, ' ' ! BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH, CINCINNATI, O. fsel4-c BLANK BOOHS, STATIONERY, PAPER AND ENVELOPS. rpHE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS, Bankers, Kailroad and Insurance Companies, Corporations and Dealers, li lnrlted to our exten bItg stock of Goods, which Is offered at tbe lowest prices, bj the quantity or at retail. First-class Paged Account-books. A large stock, made In the most thorough manner) and manufactured from the best materials, alvaya on hand. Any desired pattern Killed, Paged, Printed and Bound to order. HTATIONKHY, Erery description of Staple and Fancy Btationery, Scrap-books, Portfolios, Bankers' Cases, Pocket books, Notes, Draft., Shipping Beoelpta, Legal Blank., Memorandum-book., fine Cutlery, Ink, Steel and Gold Pens, Mucilage, Blotting-paper, Marking-tags, Copying-presses, Copying-books, Wettmg-bniBhe., Wetting-cups, 4c, Ac, 4c, In great Tarlety. PAPER. Tbe best assortment of English, French and American Flat and Folded Paper, Writing, Print ing and Blank Books to be found in the West. B. 4 W. are the Western Agents for the Asa warn Paper Company. The paper, manufactured by this Com pany are all warranted to be of superior quality. Consumers and Dealers are especially invited t. giye them an examination. For Quality aud price they are untqualed. ENVELOPS. Haying a direct connection with one of the largest manufacturer, in the trade, wa can offer the most extensive assortment of Note, Letter and Legal En velops ever opened in the West Our facilities ena ble us to offer these goods lower than ever before. Dealers will find it to their advantage to examino our stock of the above articles before purchasing elsewhere. We will take groat pleasure in showing our goods to all who may favor us with a call. Sam ples and prices cheerfully furnished whenever de aired. PRINTING. Our Printing-office is fully supplied with the new est stylos of Type and the most approved Power preases. Every description of Railroad, Insurance and Mercantile Printing executed with neatness, accuracy and dispatch. Bills of Lading, Bill-heads, Circular., Dray Receipts, Way-bills, Notes, Drafts, Check., Cards, Pamphlets, Illustrated Catalogues, 4c, printed is the most tasteful manner. I1INDING. Books, Magaalnea, Pamphlet., Ac, neatly and cheaply bound. Paper ruled to any pattern. Order and direction, in either of the above branches may be sent by mall, and will receive prompt attention. Estlmatea cheerfully furnished. BRADLEY & WEBB, No. 135 Slain-street, aol2-f CINCINNATI. mamIieetingi A GRAND MASS MEETING OF THE supporters of HELL AND KVE&UTT will be held on On Tuesday Evening, Sept. 18, AT THE FIFTH-ST. MABKIT-SPACB. The following distinguished speakers have been invited, and are expecu-d to address the meeting : ITon.JotiN J. t'BITTBNDKN, of Ky.i Hon. GARRKTT DAVIS, of Ky.; Hon. LESLIE COOMBS, of Ky. : Hon. WM. S RA KIN, of Ky.j Hon. ROGER HARRISON, of Ky. I Hon. ). A. 1IKNRY, of Tennessee; II. n. KBASTUS BROOKS, of New York: Hon. 11 W. THOMPSON, of Indiana: Hon. OSCAR F. MOORB, of Ohio : Hon. L. D. CAMPBELL, of Ohio; Hon. J. SCOTT HARBISON, of Ohio. Ample preparations will be made, and all friends of tbe Constitution and Union and the enforce ment of tbe laws are cordially invited to attend. selo-cM,W,F .A. CARD. To Brnrtrists and all Dealers in Med icine, and the Trade and Public generally. A MAN CALLING HIMSELF J AS. McDONNELL, Oeueral Agent," bailing from Bitltimore. haa called and left circulars auu cards, relerring to one "Dr. Montarde's Miraculous Pain killer, with many of the Druggixt. of Cincinnati, and urged them to buy of him. He has also, in the pupera of Tuesday, advertised till, spurious Pain killer, and uses the names, as agents, of som. of our leading druggists, which, they Inform tu, is with, out their kuowledgeor consent. We, therefore, caulioo all dealers from buying it, or having any thins to do with this vile infringe ment. The name " I'AIN-KILLUK" Is the prop erty In "Trade Mark" of Perry Davis, for his long MtaMished and very popular medicine, "PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN-KILLER." This fact has been well established in sever.! suits at law, and we hereby caution all dealers from trafficking in ft, as we shall prosecute, to the fullest extent of the law, every person manufacturing or selling, or other wise piratiug in a spurious PAIN-KILLER. All honest Druggists will treat this man, when he pays them a vlnit, as only a person should be treated when Infringing upon the right, of others. J. N. 11AUK18 A CO., aol8-n2p Agents for Perry Davis 4 Son. Latimer, Colburn & Lupton, S3 PEAHL-STH.EET, W holoaale HARDWARE DEALERS! FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC ITAItD. WARE AND UL'TLEKY, from first bauds, at Sricea to compete with any market in th. United late., for sale on liberal terma. Latimer, Colbnrn & Lnpton. sell-f M.F. THOMPSON fc CO, Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in DATS, CAPS AM LINES' FIBS! 71 Pearl-street, BETWEEN WALNUT AND VINE, sell-x2dp CINCINNATI. M I LLI IV 13 A CHOICE STOCK Olf MILUNEttY Id uuw ltbiiig eutiUtMl, aud will b ttuld ttt low rices. Coiutnting ot BonnoU, RilrttODi I'eatherc. iuwem, Huiid dritMo, Velvets, Silks, aad muteril ot sTsry kiud fur Millinery purpuiMM, at WH.ttO.V8, 9 8 West Fourth-st, DRESS TRIM MINGS. Ths attention of dress-makers to respeotfitlly called to au elegant assortment of TriiniuiuK tor Full, eomprisiiis numlwr of the latest novelties isuortod, whir a will tn suld at a aiuaU advance An eajrly inspevtloa Is suiktiud. 1 8. WJLMON, 79 West Fourth -st., seU-f Opposite Pike's Opera-husM. COAL OIL. i . ... . .. . ItfMJStt? OI1 TAI0US BRANDS, Ju Wis. dark fcr sal bjr th cm kajf-bri. r Wrl. NONS BUT TZX9 BEST ' forwarded M customers, nuUe. specially ordered. " O. ALDUlbU, Agent, Mlt e Xo. j)g Wert Frvnt-at., up stairs. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Il l BOOKS! RICKEY, MALLORY & CO., 73 WEST FOURTH-ST. PIKE'S OPERA-HOUSE. THE WOMAN IN WHITE A Novel. By Wllkie Collins, anthor of Queen of Heart.," "Dead Secret," etc. Illustrated by John tie. Lenan. Ono rol. 8ro. f 1. Sams in paper, Too. . THE EIGHTH COMMANDMENT. By Oharles Beads, author of " Nerer Too Lata to Mend," "Pet; Wonlngton," "Lots Me Little, Love He Long," etc. One vol. !2mo. 7A3. CUBA FOR INVALIDS. By R. W. Gibbca, M. P., Columbia, 8. C. One Tol. 12mo. 75c. CHAPTERS ON WIVES. By Mrs. Ellis, author of " Mothers of Great Hen." Ons toU 12mo, cloth. $1. THE WILD SPORTS OF INDIA Witlt Bemarks on the Breeding and Roaring of Hones and the Formation of Light Irregular Caraliy. By Capt. Henrr Shakspear. Commandant of Nag pore Irregular Force. One Tol. !2ino. 79o. ITALY IN TRANSITION. Public Scenes and Frirate Opinions in the Spring of I860. Illus trated by Official Documents from tbe Papal Ar. chives of tho Revolted Legations. By William Arthur, A. M., author of " The Tongue of Fire." One vol. 12mo. (1. THE SUNNY SOUTH j or, The Southerner at Home- Kmbraclng five Years1 Experience of th Northern Governess In the Land of the Sugar and the Cotton. Kdlted by Prof. J. H. Ingraham, of Hississippi. Ons Tolumo. SI 25. FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH AND ITALIAN LANGUAGES WITHOUT A HAS- ' TEB Wherebr any one or all of these languages can be learned by any one without tits aldrf sv teacher. By A. n. Monteith. One vol. Sro. f 1 REMINISCENCES OF AN OFFICER OIF ZOUAVES. By General Cler. Translated front the French. Ons volume. S 1. THE MOTHER-IN-LAW A Tale of Do mestlo Life. By Mrs. Emms D. X. N. Sontk. worth, author or "India," ,' Deserted Wife,' " Betribution," ets. Ons volume, f 1 as. New Work by Marlon Harland. NEMESIS. A Novel. By Marion Harland 'anther of "Alone," "Hidden Path," "Moss Side,' do. One vol. 12mo. Price 1 1 as. A POLITICAL TEXT-BOOK FOR 1860 Compiled by Horace Greeley and John F. CleT land. Ons voL Sro. Price f 1. u jk. Large Htoclc ADD FULL ASSORTMENT -OF- And other P A P E BS , Buled and Unruled, Plain and Gilt-edged. -ALSO-FLAT CAP, . DEMI, inatutum, KOYAL, - . KUPER.ROTAL. . FOLIO POST. cke.i Vb tJktt WRAPPING-PAPER, BONNET-BOARDS, ENVEIOPJ ' nnu ainiiunr.nl i , OF EVXBT DESCRIPTION. Ths Trsde supplied on fkvorable terms. ' APPLEGATE & CO.. Booksellers and Stationers, ' No. 48 IVXa.lza.-sstz'oe'ta selS-d LADD, WEBSTER & CO., Invite attention to their IMPROVED TIGHT-STITCH Sewing Machines! JL1 ttie liaimacliUHotttf, New York, nusylrania. . Maryland. Kentucky and Alabama Htato mi; the Buittuard AriculturHl Fair, Nurfolk, Va.i aud ikj honU ol County Fain tUroiiMhout the oouutry. lhi niacliiue is alao indorsed tu THK BEST FOU FAMILY USK. uy unmmnnore f. Kngio. commander or the Navy yard at PhiUdeliliia; Lieut. Wui, L. Maury, U. B. Navy; Wm. 1. WilUnniwm, Chief Knginuor, IT. B. Bvy; I). II. Co. hrau, Khii , Principal of New York Htute Normal Sclioul; D H. Alton, I. D., PrtMldeufc of Lane Beiuiynry; J, B. l'irnaoa. Kau., Civil Kd Kineer, New York City, and by tue teat lueuliaaiut tliioutfhout the country. W ) Lave juat iaamed new ityle at th low pric of FIFTY-FIVE DOL.L.ARS. Which are the unme In point of merhaiitara aa oar ' higher-tiuiBued Uachiuea. Call ao4 them. WHTRN Oy10K: r ' 80 AVcst Fourlli-Ht., (lucinnatl. MlS-tfMp 113 31 ivin-H tree 1 : i . . i , BCK00L-B00KS, .. . " ' BLANK-BOOKS, . ' WRITING-PAPER, , OFFICS-STATIONCRT, In erery varletv and at lowest price. xa 3r xr jsim op b, , Ths Urgost BJMirtment In the Wester aeiuitrv, - AT UKDUC'tU tB.lCiL.li. W. invite tb. attention of Ocuntry jTsrohant. and ' ' others to exaalns sur stock, which at full and ouav plote, aud vis are oonndent our pneos can not sail to givs satlstMtioa. - AKCEESON, GATES & WRIGHT, sel'-t IU Main-ainr.t, Cinciunatl. , - rf W"TB 1JT riBiiTY iir ' ' Crl. aud Uua7e. i7 .uporior uulu. vbk'hweaill seH a. low ,n., . bpuicl.iJ Isowhara, at VU'uui. in .liowin. tlieui u vi"". I. B. hKrCK, H Corner of Tuii d aud Viua-.ts.