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Third night uf tba
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THH (Wednesday! HVEalNO, September 7, will
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Hugar ; , Mrs. Gilbert,
Overture Mozart Society.
Jo conclude with the comedietta of
51 in nip ....Mils Holun,
JCrueat Walllnii Mr. Hood
Iluus Morlti Mr. Fisher.
aTDooni onen at 7: Curtain rises at 7H o'clock.
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OT8everal novelties in preparation.
Wanted A few respectable Ladlus for the Ballet.
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mHE PROPRIETORS OF THE CASINO
JL take pleasure in statins that this master-piece
i von wHoer i nan oecn auii(a to ineir vvonaenm
urenmnou, nu win on penormea every evening.
CitivMis and strangers visiting the Mechanics'
Exhibition should not full to call and see this won
derful instrument, as it is the greatest piece of
aiecnaniBm in ino country.
Cniiuo opposite Pike's Opera-house.
BiTAduiiltance tree, , sep3-aw
' f .1 ' -THE-
Vtao-street, bet. Fourth and Fifth. ,
Captain HEMTEB'S Full Band will perform day
ar NO CONNECTION WHATEVER with the
Minstrels in tlio rear of the Garden.
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Industrial and Fine Arts
I ... EVER HELD IN THE WEST, ,
Five Capacious Rooms,
MACHINERY IN MOTION ALL THE DAT,
TICKETS 25 CENTS.
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CINCINNATI TROTTING PARK.
A TROTTING MATCH WILL COME
X m off over the above Track
for a nurse and stak . S375.
asTwo-niilehaats, to harness.
OWNER. ElfTBIKH. D81VEBS,
A. Kinkald 6. in. "Lady Guy," Jas. Hockey.
A. Biasou B m. ''Fanny Hnpe,"...Mr. Dodge.
Mr. LishRwa,..B.g. "Mohawk," E. A. Smith.
These three horsesmade one of the most Interest
ing and cloiely contested laces, at mile bcata, best
three in five, last Thursdiy, that has evor bean wit
nessed, and the owners ana backers of each not be
ing satisfied Which ia the host, concluded to try them
again at two-mile heats. The most knowing ones do
not pretend to pl-k the winner of this race. The
lovers of a well contested trot ought to be on hand.
Rhco to t ome on? at 4o'ol-ck.
A train will leave the Hamilton and Dayton Bail
road Depot at 2'i o'clock.
iep .- - J. BTEPHENB, Proprietor.
PALiCE GAB DEN & VARIETIES.
yiNH-STREET BET. FOURTH AND Fle'TH.
Proprietor and Manager
H. E. Mobbis.
OPEN EVERY EVENING WITH PROM
ENADE CONOEBTS by
MENTEE'S FULL BAND.
C'BARJflNO BAltADS, ; . , :
; beautiful dances, -
, . com ig songs,
' ' a0b0bati0 exercises.
; ;'. ;' ,. ;; , Ethiopian delineations,
Burlesques , Pantotnlmes and Farces, by a company
of thirty performers anil muslciaus, selected from the
best companies in the United States. .
' Adruisslon Only Ten Cents).
1ARGEST 3LULE LIVING.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL EXHIBIT
at all the Covntt Iairs In Ohio and Indiana,
the largest Mule known in the world, -
19 Handi HIcli-WeialiR 1)800 Pounds,
Flv Yearn Old.
Was ralsd by Dr. M'Cann, of Favette County. Ky,
WlllUexhlWtadhj UEO. W, FBOSX. ,
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AT REDUCED PRICES.
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WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best selected assortment of Gas
Fixtures in Cincinnati, consisting of all that is new
or desirable In the Gas Fixture line.
We warrant every Fixture we sell to be eqnal, both
In material and flubb, to any that is sold In thlso
any other market, and in addition will gnarant i
them to retain their color and remain perfect to' Ave
years from the time they are pnt up by us.
Call, see, and examine ur stock,
McUENKF & CARSON.
Jyai-cm U2 Main street, near fourth.
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Bates would call the attention of saloon and
hotel proprietors, to his superior Brnnrty and Gin
Cocktail. They are made from the best brandy and
gln,aodareexiiilsltly flavored. They are superior
In nntlilng of the kind thnt has been niudo. For
aula, wholesale end retail, Nutlnnal Thentsr Build
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Editorial and Selected Melange.
The Clnolni'ati Street Railroad Company
propose to extet'd their track over Mill Creole
Bridge at Emm's, then on to the Llo'i Run
lunatic Aivlnm, on the Harrison T' rrnpike
Road; also dowa ti'9 Lower Riyer Rail road, as
far down perhaps as Industry.
Ohio is a glorious State for pota;oet the
yield being more than fix millions of.' bushels
per year. v
The twe most en aging powers of an author
are to make new things familiar and miliar
things nete. That iff what we, wish to do in
the columns of the Pe.wy Pitm . ;
Chihuahua andSono raare on the eve of revolt
against Mexico designing to declare their
Prepare for the Autumn; 0 otober in coming.
"No charms escape the withering hand of Timo,
No blush of Spring turns Autas m's scythe awy."
The population of Ohio i near two and a
" ; "Gather the rosebuds wbilo ye may, ' ,
Old Time isstill a flying;
A ud that same flower thnt b'Jooms to-day,
To-morrow shall be dying."
Tbadino ow Othbb Piop.r 'g Capital, The
United Slates Government realizes a large
interest from adranoe payments by tt.o people
for postage stamps. Thousands and thousands
of dollars are expended for these little Gov
eminent promises to pay, laying over unused
Bishop Baker openeda Metbodist Conference
in Oregon last month. "Bishop Andrews
preached in Covington Sunday.
A lady has remarked that; earelossness was
little be iter than a half-way house botween ao
oidont ajid design.
Lorenzo Houston, an "Old Woodward" hoy
from Nashville, Tenn., was nt the annual
meeting of tho "Hih School" boys last night.
Don't strike the child. A blow never created
a detire to do right; a spirit of resentment i
the only rosaft.
Rev. N. F. Tuokor, of Covington, Ky,, has
removed to Sha wneetown, Illinois. .
A Hint to I! obks. These pests should be
reminded that it is with the fire of conversa
tion as with an; I other fire little sticks kindle
it, great sticks put It out.
Rev. J. IT. -C. Bonto, of Lancastor, is to be
pastor of the Episcopal Church in Mount
Take pie tsure in your business and it will
become yoi it recreation. Hope for the best,
think for th worst, and bear whatever happens.
Go to the Mechanics' Institute Exhibition
and see the p roofs of the skill of our mechanics
and mannfao tnrors.
'Men my trot' bers ! men the workers, evor making
That which thoy have done, hut earnest of the things
they yet will do."
There are is business throe things necessary :
Knowledge, t operand time.
At the Fai r you may see a well exeouted
pen piece, in memory of Humboldt, represent
ing the "Sun of Science." M. Herold, teacher
of penmanship, opposite the PostofRce, on
Fonrth-stree t, has made quite a neat work of it.
Don't bi a Bust-bodt. Lord Carlisle said
pointedly, on to, "In private life I never knew
any one interfere with other people's disputes
but that he he. irtily repented of it."
One of the sjU'cimons of lithography on exhi
bition by Strobridge & Middleton is a sample
of the bonds of "The Cincinnati Street Rail
Dickens deolunes to oome to America. The
dscfteti be does.
That Prince Napoleon will be placed on
the throne of Central Italy as King of Etturi.
That the Covington Reporter of the En
quirer applied personally for the letter adver
tised for "The ugliest man in town." It was
banded over to him at once by Postmaster
That for equitable divisions of profits,
there Is now existing a contraot of union be
tween the Little Miami and Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and Dayton Railroads the arrangement
to exist twenty years. The road eaat ofCin
cinnati, being one hundred and twenty miles,
to have seven-tenths, and the Dayton portion,
sixty miles, three-tenths of the profits fifty
per cent, of gross receipts to be deducted fur
That the Parodl Troupe wilt be enjoined
from appearing at the Varieties, St. Louis, as
Geo. Wood claims on engagement with them at
Parents must not shuffle on to the teacher
the entire care of their children. It is a big
contract, a superintendent of a city school
has, to study the character, and map out the
lines of the humors and caprices, of tho
slip-shod habits of neglected, unregulated
Many parents would blush at exposure of
their own faults, if they wero mado sensiblo
of the short-comings of their children, by the
most reprehensible indifference to their
habits. Habits of order, cleanliness, speech,
manner, Ac, commenced at home, mark a
whole course in school. Parents should sot
be maf'Snets in discipline, exacting even un
pleasnn'; demands from, their children, b it
they e'j'iuld win them to be obedient, doci'.o,
attent!re, mannerly and reverent whatever
is lacfe'.Sg up to this time, by those who sord
childf'?r to school a lew determined lessens
given r them now, in tho opening wce't,
will r'ryve a wholesome Home Education,
and a " rl , materially, the teachers in develop
ing th? good and drawing tho sting of te
evil depositions in their pupils.
Death an Ex-Governor of Indiana.
The telegraph announces the decease of
Ex-Governor David Waiucb, lately Judge of
the Court of Common Pleas, at Indianapolis,
Indiana. Ho had been one term Governor of
the State, and ia Congress from 1841 to 1843.
Judge Smith, who knew bira well, in spcak
of him,- said:' 1 ;'' ;' J 1 -:
He was a West Point graduate, a good law-'
yer, with a brilliant imagination, a clear,
musical voice, and an eloquent flow of lan
guage; of a fine person, piercing eye, and of
manners and gestures unsurpassed. He was
the father of Wm. Wallace, of Indinnapolis,
andof Senator Lowis Wnllnco, of Montgomery
News and Gossip.
22?Madam9 Anna Bishop, the well-known
cantatrice, is now in New York.
;S-Th ooa!-direers of Pittsbura are still
nLVJL11 on Friday to the
jE3-Mr.P. P. Phillips, of Napoleon, Arkan
ris, was drowned in the river opposite Memphis
SSMsdame Pauline Colson, the prina
dmma, while taking her usual morning eques
trian exercise on Wednesday last in New
lork, was thrown from her horse and seriously
3W. S. Euford, Esq., has sold his fine
three-year-old br. f. Laura Farris. (formerly
Ellen Doyle,) by Lexington, dam by Margn-ve,
to Capt. T. G. Moore, for $3,500. This filly
was the winner of Ibe two and three mile rscos
at Crab Orchard. Xerimton Obi. and Hep.
JHTPatriok Mulbolland, a notorious char
acter, is under arrest in New York, as the
supposed murderer of the Hon. Mike Walsh,
who, it will be remembered, In Maroh last,
was pushed down a flight of steps in Eighth
avenue, and toon after was found dead.
Ma. Tsk Bbowi's Wikhisos. Mr. Ten
Broook states in a private letter addressed to a
friend io Memphis, that his total winniDeg
since his present sojourn in England, have
amounted to $440,000, to gain which, he has
uuiy rieaea $ju,UUU. . .
A HI tOSK8T Divobch Casb. At New
xorK, last week, tho Superior Court affirmed
an order made by Judgo Woodruff, granting
Catharine N. Forrest temnorarv alimonv. and
donyins; application for a commission to take
testimony m California relative to Mrs. For
Thu Diffbrsncb. Though Blondin and De
Lave, the two rope-walkers, have not yet
k.nl... 1 tr . . . -
uiua.su lueir necas, an irisnman ana an
American Dave, both beine sneetators of thd
feats. One fell from a ri ck t Niagara Falls
and the other tumbled into tbe Genesee. This
is tne dinoronce between carefulness and care
Lbiion Oabdt. Three pounds of brown su
uu inreo ups oi water, set it over a
siow nre rorone balf an hour; add a little gum
arabio dissolved in hot water, skim it as long
as anything rises. Wben quite clear try it by
taking out a little in a saucer; if done it will
snap like glass. Flavor with lemon and cut it
in sticks. Peppermint or hoarhound candy
way ua matte in iae same way,
Divwa Worship on a Mountain Pbae. The
Universalis of Vermont held a State Conven
tion a few days ago. at Stowe. and then ad
jdurned to the summit of Mansfield Peak, the
highest point in the State. . A sermon was de
livered to an audience of twenty-five hundred
persons, by Ibe Rev. Wm. S.Balcb, who alluded
to a discourse whiob be delivered several years
since neiore an audience on Jilt. Lebanon, in
An Extbaobdinabt Story. The Cleveland
Herald tells an extraordinary story of a Cleve
land boy who was stolen from his parents
twenty-six yoars ago, by Canadian Indians,
wan wnom ne nas ever since been domesticated.
He bns returned on leave of absence, but will
go back to tbe tribe, as he has a wife and two
children among them. The tribe is located
near Behring's Straits, about three hundred
miles from tbe North Paoifio ocean.'' ' -
3' An excellent and simple remedy for
that common bnt dangerous complaint, the
When a ohi'd is taken with cronp iostaitly
apply oold water lee water if possible md
denly and freely to the neok and chest with
sponge. The breathing will almost instantly
be relievod. Soon as possible let the sufferer
drink as much aB it can, then wipoit dry, cover
warm, and soon a quiet slumber will relieve
Bravb Gibls. Two litlfo obildrsn, Alice
and Mary Welsh, aged respectively nine and
twelve years, arrived at Hunnibal, Missouri, a
day or two ago, having accomplished the whole
journey from Ireland, without any other pro
tection than their helplessness and their own
bruve heart!. Their father had prooeded them
a year or more, and having acquired a hnrop
here, wrote to tbe old oountry for his family.
the eve of their departure the mother foil
ick and died, and tbe little girl, nothing dis
heartened, set out alone on their long and per
llnus journey half rouud tbe world. All hunor
the little heroines!
A Frrncr Woman at Houb, She holps t.
cook the dinner she has bought, for servant
are wasteful of coal, and she knows to anotincis
how little she can use. In thnt marvelou
place, a French kitcbon, wher two or thtec
little holes in aetove conk sunn delicale di-lie.
and perform suoh culinary feats as our great
roariog giants of coal fires have no ooooi-pllun
she flits about like a fairy, Treating mafcicai
mexses oui oi n raw material ot tne most ordi
nary kind. Yet, though a lady born and bred,
refined and elegant, and agreeable in society,
belle in her way, she does not think it be
neath her dignity to lighten the household ex
penses by praotical economy and activity.
Stock of Suoabu m New York The stock
sugars now in New York is said toeonsist of
73,000 hogsheads, 23,000 boxes and 70,000
bags. Tbe Port of Thursday evening says t
This is a larger supply than was anticipated,
and consequently tome bolder-, urn anxinus to
realize, and have yielded l4a. to-day to
tffect sales. The anticipated liberal supply,
hnth of hogsheads, boxes and bugs yet to oome
forward before the olose of tbe season, with
stock now on band, loaves many to believe that
shall enter tbe new year with a very con
siderable surplus of stock, if prices do not in
the mean time rule so low as to induce very
Tolegraph, of the 31st ultimo, says that Aaron
Irely, a young man who bad recently been
pardoned out i.f the penitentiary, where he
had been serving a term for horse-stealing,
wont on Wednesday Inst into a rolling mill in
Center County, and placed his armslietweon
blades of the largo iron shears, which
severed botb instantly below the elbows.
The only reason he assigned for the act was
that "bis hands had been the means of send
ing him to the penitentiary, end ho was re
solved they should not get him into trouble
sgain." The stumps were then amputated
a surgeon, ana no
appeared likely to re-
Thb Tuhf. Portn't Spirit of this week
contains the following correction:
The Vanderhilt, last Saturday, took out
quite a large exportation of trotting stook,
consisting of seven horses, In all two Mor
gans, two pairs of Blaok Hawk goldings, and
Mambrlno. They go to Europe on specu
lation, and not on consignment to H. I. M.,
Emperor Napoleon. .
The Spirit says : An interesting double
team trot, for two thousand five hundred dol
lars a side, has been made botween tbe owners
two celebrated doable teams, at mile heats,
three in five, owners to drive, to come off
one of the Long Island traoki, between
10th and 16 th Ootober next. The teams
the owners are well known, and the con
test eannot fail to exoite considerable intersst.
Biography of a Terrible Scoundrel—
Biography of a Terrible Scoundrel— The Tiger of Atica.
A letter from Ncxico to the New Orleans
Msnuel Lozadn was born in the town
piCt and early uavo cridftn nt tha
pravity which has since made him i7.
His first act of barbarity, alter beintr cspclldl
irorn his native town lor his manifold vil
lainies, was to organise, a party of bandits,
ami at the head of them he one dav cap
tured the Governor of the town. Convevinr
btmtonn out-of-the-way housr;, he ordered
htm to be thrown down r.ml bnuod Becurely.
Then takinga knife, he scarified tho Gov
ernor s feet until the soles were penetrated
in adoien places to the bone. In this condi
tion ho was forced to dance- bulbra Lozads,
and when he flnKged, his tormentor would
urge him on by pricking him with ashnrp
sword. Then he huDg him up by the feet
until ho was dead, after which the body was
hewn to pieces and thrown to the dogs.
Riding: awav fr.mi the. imh nf t,;. n.,,.,n
he called at tbe house of a widow woman!
ua, oecause sue snut the door when he
brandished his bloody sword, ho burst into
the house and run her through the body.
His next act of ferocity was committed it
wte iitrrn cnuea "Wagaras," when ho burned
down the houses, killed elevon persons, and
violmed three girls, one of them the daughter
of the overseer. This lest named person was
auu raaae to deliver all the valua
bles about the place, which he was told lo
carry to the edge of the wood. This done
Ajozana actually had the poor fellow seized,
and then scarified his feet so that he could
notwaiK. ine ranch belonged to the brother
of Don Carlos Rivas.who is now Lozada'a
military chief. His band, augmented to
men, auuea-ea tne village of Sunt!
ago, which contained three thousand inhok
itants: when he surprised the town th. nan.
pie fled, with the exception of a few mon
who made a stand in a strongly built house,
and who at lust succeeded in driving oil the
Ida whole district of Tepio beoame
alarmed, and the tenor was not decreased
when a few days after he attAobad iTm
of Rosa Morada, on the borders of the State of
jausco, when he burned all tbe bouses, and
did not cease to destroy the people until all
um ura iu iuo mouDiains. uen. Blanco was
at that time Governor of Sinalna, but be made
no movement to arrost tbe bandits. San Bias
was twice visited by the robber, and the in
habitants only saved themselves by flight tn
mi shipping in tbe harbor. At last the public
oppuiu .or BBiBty reaoneu uuaaaiajara, and
"i lurco nunurea men was .out to liui
anena to tbe confusion and robbery. Colonel
Lleras, its commander, attacked the mountain
sirongnoia ot Loiada, and counted himself
victorious because he took eleven o1 tho robbers
prisoners. Loiada fled, but immediately after
u reuruiwu ois iorce up to one hundred and
fifty men, and threatened Tepio with its twolve
tne alarm spread in every direotion. All
oiasses toon up arms, and a force of two thous
and men took the field.' They had no flag, for
at that time the Republio was struggling
between the Cburoh and the Liberals, and
vuuiuuion naa juBt runaway. Jolisco pro
nounoed in favor of Juarez: and Tenio. in it
extremity of danger from the thieves, unfurled
m uiuorui oanner loiada, almost caught in
.u .vuo, i.iinawu, luinijra inn uonServurirAfl
nung out the liae of tbo Church, and thn h.
came a soldier ot the nation, lie is known as
"Tbo Tizerof Alioa." and bis renutatinn hiM
not improved since he naturalized himself. Ho
is now a ohief of polioe in the capital, under
me oumnianu oi uenerai bsgarde,
Are There No Offices for Mechanics!
During the last session of Congress, a very
sensible speech was made by Mr. Avory,
member from Tennessee. The question before
tho Houso was to provide for the extonsion of
the PostofSco at Washington, and an effort was
made to appoint army officers to superintend
(he erection cf tho extension.
"I wish, sir," said Mr. Averv. "to out unon
record my protest against what seems to be a
growing polioy of apnoiutine array officers to
superintend the erection aud construction of
t'ie publio builainus of tbe oouutrv. While I
entertain as bili a regard fur the army, and
the officers of the army, ns any gentleman upon
this floor, I iDiint say that I ntn opposed to
mcir oeiug appi.inieu to these pomtiuus ovw
the practical mechanic, the architect wbo has
spent his whole life in the study, not onlv of
ihe theory, but the practice of his profession.
ur.icers educated at ivest roint are schooled in
he arte of war, in tho construction of fortifioa
ion?, In the erection of forts: but what. I ask
lo ihey know, or can they krownbout the oon-
truotion and ereotion ot court houses, custom
bullae", postoiuees, or any other building of
his character, without praotionl experience?
mis policy, in my judgment, works a grcai
nardship upon the rights of tbe great mechanl
oil olass of this country. They are superseded,
Thoy are shut out from having any part n
these hiehly important and responsible nosi-
tioos. They are thus cut ,ff from tbe oppor
tunity of distinguishing themselves in theee
great natural fields of their peculiar profession.
Sir, there are mechanics, oivil engineers, and
architects in my district, in my oity, far more
competent to fill tbee important offices of pub
trust to superintend, direct, and control
(be creation of public; buildings, be they great
small than any army officer can possibly
be. I am for opening this great theater fur
tbs developement of talent, skill and geniux,
wide to the free competition and advancement
,f the working, pracia.il mechanics over thin
nation. There is another idea eonnocted with
this subject. Tbe profession of the army, and
the study of the arts of war, naturally incul
catcs a notion to order, to command impera
tively, whioh to the undisciplined civilian
smacks of tyranny, which the honest, indus
trious, intelligent mechanic with his inborn
American notions of equality and independence,
cannot Droos. i am lor tne army in its plaoe.
am proud of tbe American army, its officers
and its men. It has shed immortal lustre on
American name. But give unto the army
things that are the army's, and nr to the oivilian
thiugs that are the civilian'? "
A ct" of the most shocking cruelty has re
cently ocoupied the attention cf the court at
Singapore. A Chinaman, beinrj indebted to
Goah Gee, bis servant, for "rages, and the
latter becoming importaoa'e, he determined t
relieve himself of bis presence, !n the follow
Having seoured the services cf four other of
eountrytnen. they seized tho unfortunate
Goab Jee, and having suspended him by bis
hair from a tree his feet not touching the
ground they beat him severely with poles,
then prooeeded to KQuze oat his eves with
pieos of bamboo. Having aooompllshed this,
they, with an iron nail, severed the eyes,
whioh were hanging suspended down his
eheeki. After this, he became senseless, and
having bound him with ropes, they finally
threw him into the neighboring: swamn. honing1
would there perish. But it was not so, for,
returning to oonsoiousness, be managed to
grope his way to a friend's bouse olose by,
gave information to the Police of the
whole affair. Tbey were all seized and brought
trial; the ringleader sentenced to be exeea
ted, and others transported.
fiotHhornerof f ixth nnu Elm. Cincinnati. f
HE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RENEWED
-T- "'"I he Sonthgate Hi.uo-. and einendeH
clnsMtH, aii'l ever;.- poible convenience and luxury
throughout, invites emit Inuance of the nnbllr pat
,.r.ul" unfiient that the house will l.e
found, with its recc-tit ImprnvemenK in a bettor
Knest, Tin. location of ,1,,. hotel la central aud coo
vonifnt, either f,.r up town vWis or down-town
Iiiiiiiiow. Mesis aro i-epularly served at th table
1, M-. '"?.!",.?"' ."""' ?nd fu'id'hed at si
.,..1 . U'rm".?r.'si P" day, and accommoda
tion equal (..any 8 40 pr diy house in the city.
thn .iff 1 ".' "'"'"'MO to and from
! . ?? BrM,kf"" fo' early train. And for the
r 't tht-propr etor leave; his gue.ts to speak fir
him. ;Wpi) y, ,., WATSON, Proprietor.
PREPARED FROM DEODERIZED CO-
..nv. HIUBE. ECKSTKIN St CO.,
(Walla tbe Pontotnce.
2OSAB0YS AA AMMONIA, F. F.
r. Just recplvedand for (nlo i.r
8UIBK. El'KSTKIV A CO . '
ii-iuriiuninK , intrtHlnciuir Haiti nir-rnnnu. VI
SP2 Opposite the Poitoffice.
Glycerol of Arnica.
rpiIE BEST ?EMEDY FOR BRUISES,
V,""' f!Prlln. Burns, 8cId, 4o. More than
three times tu.i reugib of theTincture.and canslna
no pain or.marting fn iis application. Prepared by
munoinifl est UU,,
Opposite the Ppritofllcfl.
OROSS SMITH'S TONIC FOR FEVER
-f AND AGUE received and for sale by
Oppol te the PostoHloe.
STE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE AS-rT,M.60i-lF,'iNT
of TilJtn 4 Thayer's Fluit
sale by 8UIBE, ECKSTKIN CO..
vyimgiu, mo roatonice.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
OTHER, invoice or tho favorite Crusaders.
WaHhlngtnns. ' Porisim,,,
For salo ly
Opposite the PoHtofflce.
rj.R()CERIES.-PURE RIO, JAVA AND
r. M!El,a '"'es. choice New Orleans Busar.
golden Sirup, Snsar-hoim and Now Orleans Mo-
ino.cv, ,,niiv,' Vll-t,u HIIU UIQUK TOSH, tlllTOI lipr V,Vh
01 lOLfcltV, iustornand for ,ule nt low prices, and
dflivered free of charge to auy part of the city, by
- J. KtCKOUSOS, (irocer,
v" uer mum ana vine.
CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFS,
OFFERS INDUCEMENTS TO CLOSE
cash buyers of all Goods In the line.
Qdft BOXES CASTILE, MOTTLED;
JOtW Hi boxes Castile. White.
3J " Palm '4 and H lbs.
Iiki " Fancy, assorted;
, . . Rr"'" I'liiicy, assurtcil, comprlsinR,
LOW'S Clifc.WERS' Brow.. Wiiillsnr. hnneV.
(flyiwine, Sun V lower OI", Poncine, Almond, &o,
or nam lovf oy uu i. 91, I'lXO.l, I ruimlst,
northeast curucr nilli anri li In.
fPlAfsj POUNDS OLD CROP FOR SALE
by GEO. M. PIXON. Druuirlst.
North oast co-ner H ifth thl Wain.
BARRELS REPINED, FOR SALE
by GEO. M. rIXONLnicBl,t.
anfj-aw Norttw-H-t cor,.r I'ltih nn aiain.
FOR TUG HAIR- BUKNETT'S KAL
LINTON Pi .11 TIIRCO.MPl.EXKlN.-sn or.u
above staple articles Tor n by
hk . .u. DIXON. Erncelflt.
scpg-nw Kortli-,dSt coi ner Klfth and Main.
GROSS QUARTS AND nALF-QAL
ION, Patent C;lrw Jars, fir sile br
til.0. M. I.IIXON, IlrnR?iot.
si.p2-nw orth-, ant c-rnc-r Fifth and Jlaln
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative.
THIS WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR
remedy fur nil Bowel and Stomach affecti, n
may be had at all the Drug stores In the city. Pre
pared only by GEO. M. DIXOV, Druuirist,
a P2 aw aortn-oast corner Kiftli and JIan
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.,
W HULiSALli AND UKTAIL
LU31 B E R DEAL CRS.
TARD ON FREEMAN-ST., NEXT TO
uinciimiitt. Hamflton and rtavtnn DnfipoH
would call the attention of nurchimi.ra nf t.,,mi,..
the following Bill uf Prices:
. Cash. 4 Mon.
8 in, Plank, per M feet $112110 giai on
1 in. Board,
.1 is. Plank,
1 in. Doard.
Com., 2 "
Grub Pl'k, 2
Com., 1 "
White-pine Fencing D'dl,
Joist 4 Scant l'g, 11 ft. and leas
" " HaudJilt
Poplar 'J "
Pine ,r "
Com. White-pine Floorir.g Boards,
Com. " "
Com. " " "
Yellow-nine rloorini Boards............
Com. White-pine Weather Board., is 00
Com. " " " J 00
Com. Partition Boardi .17 50
Clear lor tier' 37 Ml
Cora. " . 25 00
Dressed Inmber, Vi 60 fur one
si"o. ana u lor two eiacs exiru will
1 Shared Shingles in 4 so
1 Hawed " 4 on am
interior quaiines in propnruoD.
Cedar Fencing Posts, 4 by 4 in, each,., 59 so
" " Eon;h.... 30 35
Locust " ' " 20 1 25
On blllsof SMO or over a further re Inctlon of IK tmf
At these prices we have two or three million feet of
reasonea Lumoer lor Bale.
ramee winning to pnrennse Lnmner win oo wen to
us a call.
JHU01A8 W. J AJMlia S W.
ore, Still & Sparkling Wines,
removed his WINK CELL Alt to No, 16 HAM.
UOND STBIKT above Third street JyU
FRANKLIN TYPB AND STEREOTYPE
fODIilDBy, B. ALLI80N, Snperlntmdent.
Prlntlna Harlals of all kinds. 1IU Vina street tf
VXTILLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Chase Buildings, Ho. 6 East Third-
L-'T'f ' ''
BATES OF ADVERTISIK6
Oue week., .T:T'"-9Y
:.-..z: i i
. .......-.... .,.,.T. I Ml
Liarger clrertlsementa inserted at the foUowta
rates, for aeTinre of ten line or less:
One innwUmi tl n K
Kach additional insertion -....,...... a
ThM z. .: zrzr: SI
Oo ninnth ,.. r..i..,i ..,Ji,,,., j..iJ..1 j 6 6
IN ALL. ITS BKANCHXH!
NT0. 8 EAST FOUKTH STREET,
Between Slain and Sycamore,
MrBe-blndlng in every style. Music Bonks neat
ly au.l durably bound,
ANDERSON A II ANNAFORD.Archltect,
Manchester building, - , .
S. W. corner Third anal Sycamore Its-,
JfJ CINCINNATI. OHIO.
, MAIN STREET,
BETWKBN FEONT AND SECOND, CHiCINKATI.
F, P. f A1IILL, Proprietor.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
tk. citizens of Cincinnati that ee has opened
to office at No. 120 Went Sixth street, for the treat,
aieiitof CONSUMPTION and CliliOMU U1SEASI8
avnerally. . t'oiiiultatlon rree.
H-Oftice hours, lo to 12 and 2 to 4.
SMTBwIdenoe, 233 West Poarth street. 11 JslO-cmj
D. DE FORESTj
Book Binder -aud Paper Ruler.
Third story Times Buildine. will do all wnrk In hi
line with neatness and dispatch. jy-U
1'VLL.AN A WILLIAMSON,
(.At the old sund of Pullan, Hatdeld A Erowa,)
Mo. 55 WEST SECOND ST.,
jesara hjllar, formerly of Pullan, Eatfleld A Brows
a. s. rrLLAa. aio. HATritLa. t.i.iow. a.saumM
PULLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN,
fXNCINNATI STEAM 8UOAA REFINERY
Ne. 65 Columbia (or Second) street.
sr Refined. Sugars and Sirups always on hand. .
YTHOS. H. WEA8NEE,
HSALia IN ALL IINDSOr
BTJIIDING LUMBER, LATH,
SHINGLES, ETC., ETO.,
391 Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
P. Me MOORE,
N. E. CORKER THIRD oV RACE 8TH.,
Orders promptly attended to.
B. KITTREDGE & CO.
131 MAIN STItRET, CINCINNATI, 0.
35 8 1. Oharles street, New Orleans, la.,
Importers of Guns fc gportlnsr Apparatus,
AND DBALRBS ISI OUR POWPKB.
JOHN P. IIARRiSOlV
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and Commissioner
for Ohio and other Bta'ea. Office, South-east
corner I'iith and aladisoB-streets, Coviugton, Ken.
FOB STE1S CIL MAR KIN 0 PLATES
E3. 3VX. E0"yVJLJ.S,
MS Walnut st , beu Third aid Foortb sta.,
(Next door to the i'asouic Temple.)
U. P. EL1ASV
New Wholesale .
16 West Fourth Street,
Where can be h&C e"ry article apperiainlnti to the
ilnslness at a mnch lesm in-lee, for CASE, tbas
has ever before been offered in thin market.
GIVE US A CALL'
And '.op tnr yonrwilves. apH
No, MX H. E. Cor. Fifth and Lc.lgn streets, betwe
Wslnnt and Vine. Cincinnati,
agoodaasiirtinnntot SI I V r. II and PLATED W ABE.
HtKCTACLS, etc., l:ept conntnntly on hand.
Spociul aticntiiin Kiveu to Cleaning ulJ Bepairing
VfttctifR and Jewelry. mvin
H Boiif u .M1 Vil, Mt,. V est th Si.
4 RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
their Inrre ananrtrnpnt of Watchrn. Jevniri,.
Silverwaro apit Diamond.
A One assortment of 1'in.ioii Ton S -tl and Cutler)'
ind Opera Glaaaee. . 224
DR. M. ROGERS.
.O 33 3NT T I S.T,
OF LONG EXPERIENCE IN TDI8 CITT,
o dice, No, 84, SeventL-street,
TBIBD DOOR WIST OF VINE,
atil8-amt C'lNCl NN AT I .
Bu'SALL. a, 4. SHlTg
. BONSALL t SMITH,
iNo. lis West Sixth. s)trec,
CINCINNATI. sepl-cm '
(BnocensoT to Knowlton A Talt.)
v o. 3(1 West Fourth St., bet. Walnut fc Vino
L, HAIALIM, k SMITH,
Drs. HAMLEN & SMITH,
No. 3 Wei BU
DS, S. WAEDLB,
O ZE1 TXT T X ' S" V
0ee No. 133 West Fourth street, ' -;
UIMOINNAT1.0HU ' '
H. S. WIN SLOW,
NO. 131 SVrCAHOBE STEEET, BELOW FIFTH,
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 68 West Fourth,
ttreet. whm ii. ,..u, h., . . .
r'emale U.i.niin. i7,.iirr:r,""'.",.'L,'',J.'uL''
Bpin4 aud tlerobral atfocuona. aud other Organic dis
ease couitnon to females. The Doctor's long um.
rlonce and rooent discovery In the treatment of the
ubova dlseasvs, can uot fall to give entire aaiiafactlon.
uoctur a aneiit for a European lemale monthly
Pil:irirAOI .nil turn ..... . '
r - me-om
it. &. AtrVlUA. M. I).
Offloe, 90 West Seventh Itreet,
' IITWISS Tin AND tAOl. ' itt
E. NEWTON. M. r
Omei-No. w West Sev.utn atreet, between Vl
Baps. UasiusMii-Ao. Ittventh atrMLtah
tn ui t2jTiT. ii.T t.vii.: ,m "