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ton bl." "run kknt.'
rODNP." BOARDING" o. AS
iriwmmu oosnimt smrter tnee headings, not!
ceedlns: five ltiie.ril be Inse-ted twice for 33 oent
WA.NTEI-A romjmi.nl mlllrltht. Amdr to
T V J, B MUOMaV, 1 1 Oolnmhta-st.- seM-b
Kxoellent soromaiodatlons, t vers rvunn
M rates. se'2 n
mf-rAlSTFn-Three p.eseer., on pants.
at u: Wlimt..t
'VAlTEi- a cvorNU i.ahy - i' attend
Oullery, Mnlli and Main.
Arply t JOHN-iOS'S
WANTED-M 1 LI.INE B8 Fire nrat-olass
milliners, wantod at 8. WILSONS, S
"AVAr-l fclt-A 61ICATIUS
V V Itook-kceper. or ml
Address R D
By an experienced
of mlild e age. Best of ref,?r-
rr timco so2-l
mmi am vn-
WW hy the thousand.
-PENMAN To direct envelop...
AnnlT In hand writincr of
applicant, and address Box 710. Cincinnati.
WAMKf - FIFTY CLOAK-MAKER To
experienced hands good wages will be given.
Hone other need arid .
ei 2i-c 8. w 1LS0N, T8 Wont Fonrth-st.
V ANT1I- IMMKDIATKIiY A first-rate Ua
T i rttor, nt DAM3KNUOLO tc NO'JK, No. 99
Vest taMi-st, aeal-b
ANT EO-el'I'KK TIi:K-Tn b arn dreai
makliut. Apply atMKS. F1TUIAN'8, fll
Weft Fourth-at. seWP
-hVbkV um-Whether luor out
. t send fur onr circular. It In of
Interest to all, and coats yon nothing.
K(4ietlKB' 6 CO , Clclnna'l, Ulilo.
WAN-tED-TO UK NT A comfortable homo
with seven ur eight rooms, with modern Im-
rmeinents, In a pleasant purt of the city. Addreis
,. II., Press Office. s21.o
WANTED ROhMS-a yonn mairied man.
with a wile and one child, desire ti rent
Oiteeor four rooms (or cottiffeiou flrt or aecoad
fiMirs. Vnvxccpiionntile references ciron. Ad-
di eas A. J. A., at this office, stating terms and loci
r $in,nnii, on
r of watches.
it'WeliT. merchandise, etc AnDlvtoW.H PIHU-
I I l'H. Real i.utat,. Note and IJllI Broker, 81 West
Tf ul buailieee,
WAMEIt- A M 1 1. LI n Kit -T.i ir to n cmtitrr
tuwn iu Imiittna. To a pood hand a go)d
ttruitinn win he giveit. Apply. lor two uayn d
twovu 1 and 2 r'clm-k. at 50 lnrl at so't-b
miTANTKD-CARfKNTEKS- G I It L8-Two
w go -A juurmynien car Dn tern ttila mom in if,
at 87 Ka-t Thiid-nt. Ainu, iwo goud girla or
women to clcane lodging rooms. se21-b
Ta7ANTKI - Notwitlintainlintf the ru 4i for
WW rhinp pic tu eat at APPLKUATKH now
CHllerr. iw. ! 4. ft. and i riuh-dtroi't. oiimmenc-
hft at Fifth ai d Muin they all got extra picture,
ty tne usiiitnng exuruna line. bpa-u-
WANTEI) COOI'KK To (to to Frankfrt,
Ky. atewdy work and h git wagon. Apply
at the Taint-shop. 455 N inth-ftreet, near Liuo,
or at residence, 14 J u o djiik t hi., near ues..
w-22-b P kuFAttLAXP.
1VANTED-A WILD MlKAM-H aahl tho
T W wildcat drpiiin of In anihition wa realised.
mid that nil 1 e coveted on earth w w within hi graup
when ho got ht r Uk-Mieaw in.m .lOUNSON'SUnUery,
Jinlnaud Alain, ino worn is uoud prices Tery
, well Cin-
a nnis.ll caDital. aood busi-
Tiefr experie -ce and exteoive nciuaintance, wiHhes
1" get iii to business either as partner or on a salary.
Vnttld like the coniuiiftuion buniaeM. AdUre-f Box
J ATE1 M EN All rt'B nee table mea smking
situntions a clerKR. ttaleHineii, sc.. utiouia np-
f.VANTKD-A youiiK married miin,
w w nTted, poBenstng s
v v BiiimuoiiB hh cierKn. rmifrtineu, ot.i nuuum ni
tlv at the RlLTcliiitita' Ch rk's Keaintry Office.
V'alnt t-Btreet. tSituationn procured. Long eatab-
lii-hed. iteierence to tne nest aouseR.
HALE A CO.
w tallic y-'wiog Needltt-threaders.
ANTED A SITUATION In a dry-good or
urocery ntnre. nv a young man. nineteen
ynura of Bge. Haa had two yoara' experience in
ciirh. Would fake a Biruation in any orner respect
ul. In InminoHii. (iuitd r.itv references irlven and reo-
oniniendHtions from former employers, if required.
A Ul reus oi it. iuuru, oi croauway. sei-u-
IV ANTFD-LAKGK, BLt'B EYES She rained
WW her large, blue eyes to his ituiuiring won
W. but hn cutild nitt articulate a svllnbie when be
presented hi likeness, from JOHNSON S Gallery,
ftintti and Main. The work is good -prices very
low . seaa-n
mi7 ANTfeI-8ITUATI0N -As shipping-clerk.
If or aehi-tant book-keeper, by a young man,
who fans had some years' experience in a Urge
m nsmfact nring establishment in this city. Snfls
fiu tory reference given. Please address U- P., Box
fi9tt, PoBtoffice. se22-b
WANTED NINK CENTS The price is low;
but by calling at APPLEGATK S mammoth
pbotogrnph, ambmtype and melatnotype depot,
corner Fifth and Main, hundreds daily get superior
colored pictures, in fancy cases, cueap. W66w
-To soil Improved Me-e-threaders.
al ire $A to $16 per day. Orders roceive prompt atten
tion. Ilnon receint of a ten-cent HtnniD, terms, iko .
tent, prepaid Address T. M. HEKN AN, 3 l Con-
trnl-aveniie, Uincinnati, u. seo-i -
mANTJbD BOAUUKHS-A gentlemen and
f T wiforiinbo accommodated with board and
Uaant front room. furniHhed or uufurnitthod, in
a private tamily, where thrre tiro no other boards.
Ai piy on tue premises, XJ ueorge-st., near n-
WANTED HATIKK7ATION He rmpected
her character, he felt her worth, but his heart
re tuned to ratify the decbiion, of his reason; never
tholefw. he got her picture from JOHNSON'S Cil
lery, Ninth and Main, where the work Is of the beU
knd. and the prices lower than elsewhere. se22-li
lilTATPn Ml Til AT ION An Knulish Prot
ww estant girl wants a situation to do general
liounework or as chain ermaid. Would prefer to go
to tVe country. Don't mind how far. Addrou
MAKY, Hress office. som-b
tJ ANTED A PRISM He has learned to Tiew
WW most things through a species of moral prim.
which distributed its tints according to bis own
morbid fueling; but the natural tints are seen in
hr picture ut JOHNSON 'H Uallery, rilultt and Alain,
f rices low. Be-b-'
WANTED Kvery lady ho w shea a really
hajitifUiine Itnnnnt. a niru MImai' Hat. Itib-
-ftons. Feathers or Millinery Goods of any kttd,
fatihionablo and cheap, patron Ibo the original cheap
iiUHueryoiore. no in nest niitn. near mam.
ANT KB SITUATION Bv a touiie man iu
1 T? any kind of store, has had seven years expe
rience in tne retail un-cery business, iancy and
tanle). Has no objection to ko Honth or Wet.
-Cnpiilfle of taking charge of books If required Best
Address j. j. n., rress omco.
of reitrence given.
"ANTED AGENTS Male and female, for
everv conntv in the United States, to sell bv
ubscription the new work called PEOPLES' PHY-
HI01AN Unusually large inducements are offereJ.
Vanted, also, cueral agents. Apply to 1a r. AtkA
I'KB.No. J4J aast Fourth-st., second story Cincin
Vr ANTED To sell double-entry book-keeping
: ww sciioiarttnins on uacoo s and unio and uun
'Irv'a Commercial Cjlleires. GHd fur dav and even
ing and lull ooureeoi stuay, ana ju me pi ace io
nend the lore winter eveuluirs: and vouns men
4 (ve money by buying certificates of W. E. ACKLKY,
norih-weat corner Sycamore and Third-its., Tm tie's
w xrnar ge i inir. if 1 1 -ami
unAUDINf- Several sent lemon can
.Mm oommudated with board and rooms at 8
Fltth-st., comer of Broadway. ae2l-b
"M aOAHDINO Two young gentlemen can be
Ji accommodated with good board and furnished
nxm, in a private family, lmiuiio at No iilj
ucoige-Hireei, near juouna. ezs-u
llOAHDINO-A nlre front room for reut to
Mm lady aud gentlemen, with boarding, gas, and
.ah moaeru C4nvenieuces. Apply at 37 tiouywortn-
Kiruei, torner oi iiace. sef-o
"OAUDlNU-FKONT KOOtt-A lady and
M geutleniau, or two gentlemen can have a front
room, iiirtiiniieu or uniuiniHiieu, wun ooara in
private family. Apply t 52 Longworth-street.be-
tweeu Uae and Llm ae2-b
V VuAIiniNG- A few gentlemen boarders, either
h Mm uiariitd or single, uau lx accommodnted at
o, bo AAOiigworto-si. Aiho, a lew duy-ooaiueni.
tAK 1)IN(.-A gentleman and wife can be
mlm accommodated with a pleasant room aud
ttKmrd. airo, a lew single gentieinou, and a few day-
pouiutri, at, no xsa pixiii at. leruuiuouunuo.
. HYOAHDINiaTwu or three grmtlumen cau be
Mm acetn.niodated with a pluartant, airy front
rm, on the sncoud n Kr, with of without board.
A i ply at ivu went xiurd t. ieruut moderate.
"J OAR DING Fainilius aud single gentleman
Mj cau be acoouum-duted ith ploiiaant rooms
and boarding by applying at the urh-wertt cornur
I ol Fiiih-nt. and Broadway entrance ou Fifth-st.
j Tfi in-nnderitv sfil-d
TOHT-WATCH A doable-cased silver lever
, JLJ Viteh-on niral-avenue, lu-twoen Hevenib
iraet ai.d tite-ttruet Hill. The fludr will be wtjll
raided by leaving it with A. B. M EH BIAS, at
bl iiii, tch.tjii.iN 4 CO.'fl, corner Fourth and
in -sis. aeXJ-b
TT OHT-BBE A 8 TP IN -A amall, ovat,
JLi Ittobioiii'd gold brt4tHt-pio, dtniMued to
hair lii. 1 ha uin is valaud u ....,...
-iihder will Im hk-inUotnt-ly reaardM by UavUig the
I au.e at 0 East Fourth St., near bycamoie.
1 OHT The muo who took two drinks Inacer
M4 tuinsulHQ, in this city, last Wednesday even
ug, will coaler a favor and save trouble, by ret urn -
li g to the proprietor of toe saloon the $76 picked
tip from the tleor. 3ft reward will be given.
. TT OHT A pair of unmade pantaloons, from the
Mj corner of Eighth aud Mouud-su , to 5U Barr
at., between Mouud and Cutter. Any one who has
found Hi aaiu will coaler a kindness to a poor
fnaa by returning thew W 5t Barr-et betweeo
lMiund and futier ae'21-h
iMH'!I-A ItKOIlPT-BOOK C-nWialnf
MI'NI-IOU-A Oil. Newfouudlwid bUcK-tllil-
while jrvuli( o Hi. oouor no ) lilia
Mlvli. .1 Kurnot Huiua-H I'UUUIKri M
1'aiLt jIioji. K)l-b
IO It t A IMS WN KEC'TION KR Y Doinf
a-und hnslDess. nil. be sold reasonable. Annlv
14 mi.-m. sen-b
1,'OH HAI..K-OK TNADk
r.eevood p lino, beautiful
-A flne mi n-fiSnf"
full. rwA Will h
ld cheap Inquire at a-ia Cutter-st. An old
piano taken In exchange, sejl-h
FOR 8AI.K-A quantity of French l)nn
llrandv, live years , id. Onaratiteed to be a
article, for sale in quantity tosuispnrchnsors.
11AINM. Fruit S torn. iS'J Walnut-street, below
FitiMIr ae22 f
IjMtR HAI,K-PUP8-Three full-blooded black-and-tnii
Terrier Pups. Thoy tmilt the premimo
tho United Ftntes Fair. Apply at the etabl on
Diirnot-st. between Vine and Hace and Third and
(lit TIiMK-1, (iOH nail. His nilra
WhiakT. Will sell low f..r rn.h nr
Kod'rsde AddrcFs J II., l,o- k Box 81 7, Cinclu
natl r s'offlco, giving full description and price of
trade oflered. sc21-b
OR f4ALK-C'IIRAr-Honw. Buxr and Htr-
neee. Iminlre at NMII II'8 Liverr nd 8ile
Ktsbles, corner Third and Vine-id.
OH 8AI,K-SAL00N-I)olnitag"Od bnslness,
with base and fixture. The tinnae has five
rooms, with fraa and well furnished. Will be sold
cheap, as the present occupant is about to leave the
Apply at No. J H Broadway, Cincinnati.
IO It 8A1.B FARM An excellent fnrm of in
ncrcs. of all rich Innd. no wnetn or ii:M,r Innil
the trnrt, situated in Clermont Comity, Ohio,
nty miles from Cincinnati, four miles soiuh-eat
Bataia, atid three miles north.eaet of Amelia,
two miles from the Ohio Turnpike. Kihtv
eight acres are under go.1 cultivation, and the baU
in ffooa iinioer,au nneiy waierea oy ootn run
ning water and spring, and the whole substantially
fenced. A good to-tory brick house, with six
twniB and kitchen, a large framo bnrn, stid
wagon-house, and to excellent orchards of the
choicem ainus n srniteu. irmj, apples, pears,
peaches, cheirles, pluina, ftc. It Is situated on
good rnsd. in an excellent neighborhood; in
ertlre?y hlthy l CRtion, and near schools
and' hurdif1 Will le sold at a hainaln. HAMI KL
PA Ktl r NT, rto. !i Apollo tlnilding, north-we.t
rorn'T of r ith n' ft nlnnt.-trcnt-. eo?? (
AlCTJN SAM?-By COOPEH & STOKER.
8:ile of Beal Kutnte by order of Court. On
THUH8DAY. the 27th day of September. I8W, nt
nine o clock In the forenoon, on the premises, will
sold tnthehtghent bidde, and tho sale continued,
necessary, from day to (-ay, until the whole is of
letedlor sale, the following roal estate, as the prop
of Charles Phelps, deceased, to-witr
jiO. I. i nai loioninewesi sine fi rme-sireeT, in
Cincinnati. Ohio, between 8 v mines and Congress-
ts, being if2a feet wide in front: and thence ex
tending west, at right angles to Pike-street, the
same width Its entire depth, 60 feet, to an alley, and
having a three-story brick house and other improve
ments thereon; said lot Is bounded on the north by
conveyed by N. Longworth and wife by . P.
Clarkson. as the some appears or record in said Ko
Appraist u (,irco pi nowerj at a.i.msi.
2. That niece of land on west side of Pike-
street, between Symm,8 and C'-ngress-itreets. in
Cincinnati, Ohio, bogl'ulng 2d feet north of
Congress-street, at the north-east corner of a lot
conveyed by N Longworth to B. G. Maaaie; thence
extending north, along the west Hue of Pike-strevt
H feet; and thence west, at right angles to Pike-
street, the same width its entire depth, 00 feet, to
alley, baviug thereon three two-story brick cot-tat-
es. ... . . N
Appraipea (ireeoi nower; ai 91,hs,
No. .1. Triune two lots on tho west aide of Sixth-
Street, in Hubbard and Williams's enbdivison,
commencing at a poini do met n rru ironi Ijo-k-stnet:
thence extendi lie north SO feet, and thence
extending west the same width Its entire depth, 95
feet; being opposit" the Marine Hospital, having a
two-story ooubie-uncK dwelling House tuerovu.
Free of dower.
No. 4. '1 hat lot numbered 21, on the nlat of sub
division of land in Cincinnati, made by Hooper,
Wood, Miles and tlail, heing in teet in I rent on tho
pnst side of Sixth-street, and thence extend east.
the same width its entire depth, 100 feet, having no
improvement, r reeoi uower.
No ft. These two lota numbered M and 34. on the
Flat of Woodruff and Munsun's sub-division of land
ii Cincinnati. Ohio, together havins a frontane on
Jtloiiavts-sireei oi o ieei, ani inence exicnaing
northerly t0 feet to an alloy, and having a frontage
30 feet thereon, and having a three-story brick
bouse thereon, and two nricx cot in gas.
a nnruiiicri tree oi aoweri at BZ.fii.
N. fi. That lot. numbered 28. on the nlnt of Wood -
mft and Mnns n's subdivision of land in Cincinnati,
lnio, c(uinienuio(jE uu imc iiuini himo ui juiuinvvK-
street, 125 feet east from Hamburg-street; thence
extenuing eneizu ieei; auu ineuce norinr-riy w itwi,
to an alb y 12 feet wide: having no Improvement.
Appraised at ttree or aoweri
Nn. 7. Those lots in Woodruff and M union's sub'
division of land in Cincinnati. numlered 50. 61. 62.
6.1, 64. ftft, Si, 69, 60 and 61, having no Improvements
nn buy of them: and said lot No. 61 lieing incum-
Do red iy a lease lor ma term oi iou years irr.m ine
1st day of November, 1A8, at a lease-rent during the
fdrmpir five vears thereof of 8l8 a vear. with the
privilege of purchasing the fee-simple thereof
during that time at ?3ou, and at a ieaierent an-
miitiiv of -aa (lurini tne latter nve vears. wun tne
nrivilcfre of nurc base during that time at $400. Free
Appraised as re mows: i.ot ro. ou at ?iuo; tot oi at
8lhd; lot 62 at Sift); lot 53 at SlOO: lot 64 at $160; lot
6Aat $ii; lot M at Siw; lot 69 at $aooj lot 60 at $ou,
and 61 at $260.
No, 8. That lot numbered 340, on the plat of David
Wane's subdivision, on the sout h side oi nuuanctnon-
utt-Apt. ttetween Jones and ;uitor-streeti. in uincin-
tiMti. Ohio, commencing 100 feet from the south
east corner of Jones and Melancthon-streets; thence
extending east on Melancthon-street 25 teot; and
inence norm, tne same wiiuii a eiiuro uepin.eoq
feet to an alley iu leet wiue; naving no improve
Aiuiralsed at firee or dower) S9.W.
No. 9. Those two lots numbered 13 and S3 on the
plat of subdivision of land in Cinciuuuti, as made by
Ambrose Dudley; ft rat, lot 16, in block G of said plat
of subdivision, is twenty-five feet wide in front ou
the sonth side of Livington-street; and thence ex
tending sontn tne same widin its entire acptn, e.4
feet: and is situated 64 feet east of Linn-street. Free
Annraised at V790.
No. 10. And, 2d, lot 63, In block D, of said division,
n 26 feet wide in front on the north side of Liberty-
street: and thence the same width its whole denth.
extending north 87,H feet. For a more particular
description of said lots, reference is made to the
record of said plat, in isook No. w, page 140, in aaid
itecoruer omce. r reo oi uower.
Annraised at BLOOM.
No. 11. Thine two lots of land In Cincinnati. Ohio.
numbered 4 and 6, on the recorded plat of partition
am ng the heirs of Nathaniel Allen, deceased, be
tween Home and Harriet-streets, on s rout-street.
in Cincinnati, toeether extending from Front to
Sixth-street, having a frontage of feet on Front-
street, and 234 feet on Sixth-street, and having a
three-story brirK store and dwelling thereon: and
having a lease thereon until sixteenth day of May,
1H64, at an annual rent of $240, payable iu monthly
in at all men is until the 16th dav of Mav. 1862. and
irotn tuen until tne expiration oi tne term at an au-
nual rent or ;soo, payaiiie in UKe manner.
Awnrsupn At i n-frft oi dower z..iou.
No. 12 That lot numbered 4, on the plat of land In
Oliirinnati. Ohio, as subdivided bv file hard Har
rison, commtneing on the east side of Anderson
street, 100 feet noHh of Columbia-street; thence
north 3u feet; and thence east the same width its
entire neptn, eo leei. jreeoi uower.
Aboraisea at 70U.
No. 13. That lot numbered 11. on the nlat of sub
division made by it i chard Harrison, ot land in Cin
cinnati. Ohio, on the south side of Canal-street. 44
leet east oi Anaerson- street; inence easterly, on me
south side of Canal-street, 22 leet; and thence south,
the same width its entire depth. 100 feet, having no
improvement, r ree oi uuwor.
Anbrnlaed at $770.
No. 14. That lot in Cincinnati, Ohio, 1elng part ef
lniot iwv, beginning at tne souin-west corner tnereoi.
ontheeast sideot Vine-street, between Fifth and
Sixth: thence north along the east line of Vine-
street, 26 feet; thence east 100 feet: thence sonth 23
feet, and thence west 100 feet to Vine-street, havian
a two-story brick house and other improvements
thereon: oeing ouiijcrt to a lease in croon until too
2d dav of January. 1M6. at au annual rent of $600.
Tvavnltle In monthly Installments, ilolv roeordttd in
tho Becorder's Office of Hamilton County, Ohio; ami
alsoanother lease thereon, commencing at the ex
piration of sa'd former one, aud ending on the 2d
dav of Jaiinarv. ibvo: also duly recorded in said re-
co da, for the terms of said leases, reference is made
to said Kccords thereof.
Annrnispri i tree of riowerl at 87. 100.
No. 16. 1'ew No. 133 in the boctud Presbyterian
Uhurcn in Cincinnati.
AnnraiMed at tlto.
The above Droivertr will be sold in the order as
Duniltereri, commencing with No. 1, on the west
side of Pike-st.
'terms One-third of the pnrchase-money caih in
band on the day of sale, and the resiilue in nine
equal annual iiayments, with Interest yearly, to le
secured by promissory notes and mortgages on the
premises sold, except said church now, which will
ue soiu ior au casu on tuenay oi saie
THOMAS OllllK. Jr..
Fxecutort of Chas. Phelps, deceased.
John Yf, AFriAnATr, Attorney for Executors.
eeL'2 COO 1'fcU A STOK ES, Alictluiieera.
A I CTION HA l.E BY CtiOPKU A STOK.KS.
Auction Km! ft t.t t;i...l- ltuil.lii.0 aia flr.li.n
Luis, with the privilege of from one to lire acres of
grounn, in u ree n wood extended (Lockland Sta
tion), twelve milue by railroad aud elulit milea di
rect from the city, on the Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Daymu Ituilroad, on MONDAY A s'TUKNOOV,
tSeptember 24 at 3 o'clock, ou the premises. The
situ and location of Greejw od Kx tended is suf
ficient ly known. The title is perhVt. The terms
art- 9 cash on each lot when sold, and S3 a month
on alt lute that sell fur hva than $6o; lot that sell
Ii.r ivn iid over and less than f 120, will be giu cash
aijd I0 a moaih. those 86111110: for $10 aud ui-
w wid, 2o cabh and m a month, until paid. Or if
the purcjueer prefers it. he cau ttuy one third cash.
the balance in one year, on any lot purchased. Six
iter cent, interest on ail deferred Daviueuta.
An extra train of pasbenger care will leave the
Sixth-st Dep"t ut S o clock on the day of sale (re
turning at 6L4 o'clock), and take pusseugers to and
fit. in ihtt nal.4 free of cliame.
Flats can be seen at 101 Klm-st. and 14 Kast
cm i U -t. COOPU hlOKi.0, Auctioueers.
A VfTION 8AL1.-By JACOB GRAFF A CO,
j-m. Assignee iai. uu moivuax jnuitnictt,
the 14ih tl.y of September, at o'clock.
at Diililic .ncll. li. Id the atura. in. 304 filth.
Mrnt. between Kim ud Plum. . stock of Millluery
ftnd fsiw-v tsoods, oouiurisiug atlhbou., mowers,
Ituchwt, lluuubU, CaiM, etc., beiug the feiaotnt of
A L80-Th entire Store-flxturea, assigned to in.
by K. P. Bh nil. for the beueilt of his creditors
ALHO The leitnehold interest Id the store hereto
fore occupied by said ahull, nnd aiUoluliii stores,
leiaitcuU. ISAAC! P. BrRAfss,
Axsisnee of 11. P. ShlUx.
: . JA00B GJtA'tf, Auct'ooeer,
"M 18 East fourth-It.
JS WM.WlL803IMe0ltKW, fjL.
&2fr JEWELER, ' .lii
South-west Corrw Main and Fourth-it.
Clocks and Welches naaind by uyrrUneed
VHkMs, - ' . sHU-
IOR RBftT-BKICK HlillHK-No. 1:11 Wert
finm-sr., contAining elevi
drant aud cistern.
eleven rooms, with ffaa.
Aepir on 111 promise.
I OH HFNT-lHiIHt-4-H Fntirth-et., with
four rooms, kitchen, eido entrance, pleniantly
located. Bent l per month. Apply to R. R.
V I N 'J r Fenrtn-st. se2l-b
FOR H KNT-Two furnished rooms, one on the
lirMt floor, with gas, pleasantly sltnativ', ithin
five mlIllttes, valkof the Postntfics. Apply at 5.
north side of Beventh-st., third door enst of Uain,
IOH It K N T N K W BllTck IKII'SK-Of nine
M? rooms and bath-room is papered and sralnd.
(Jas-flxtures throoahont the houie-has front and
side ynrda. None but a prompt tonant need npnly,
A. DIPPI.K 8, No. 03 Oest-st. aoii-d
Il'llll HUNT For a term of years, twentv.flre
acres of band, on the Western Hills, in Sterns
and Millcreek Tow nships, half a mile from the city,
with one of the best orchard- in the county a
small vineyard and cider-press; three pever-fail-Ifg
sprinirsi two small cottages, etc. Inquire of
W. 01IANUK, hair mile from the Brighton 8ta.
th'n. " sel-e
1OH nKT-RAlMtOAD OFFICE-A well
A ventilated, pleasant room, on the first fl-wr t
Diiily Pre-s building, suitable Tor Bailroad or In
surance Office. Apply at Press Counting-room, Vlne
st., opposite Cnttni-house, selo-d
THE DAILY PRESS.
METsoRoiooiCAtOiisKRVATioNS Bv Henry
Ware, Optician, September 21 :
OV.oct. Baromrter. Thmumitr.
1 A. f ea kt Above nsro 1
U U w.. ..... Above rero 64
a r. Ja. ..... ....... w a dotb aero-nt
Littbhs Detained for Wast or Postage,
Friday, September 21, I860:
Peter Miller. Mavsville. Kr.
Irs. Ki ad iiig or Mead, Chicago, 111,
nuns m. 11 RitiR. r aeitevuie. u.
a. tfavount, rayetievuie, u
jTim. ot. a . wruwi rmiiti iuu.
Samuel D. Barlock, Philadelphia, Fa.
H. 8. Andrews, Bergen, N. I .
Chas. P. lllll, Watervliet, N. Y.
Mrs. Amy Shaw, Yazoo, lewa.
Adams's Express Company. Adama'a Ex
press Company jeaterday very kindly fur-
nipnea us wun late eastern, i.ouisviiie ana
Nashville papers, all in advance of the mail,
tor VTlitcn tney nave our tuanks.
Repubmcan Mkktino in thk Seventeenth
Ward. R. B. Hays and B. Kgleston, Esq.,
and Dr. O. W. Nixon will address the citi
zens of the Seventeenth Ward, at Fireman's
Hall, on this (Saturday) evening. Ihe pub
lic are respecimuy invited to attena.
Trial of the Steam Ekoinb t,GooDWiLL.M
A trial of the Philadelphia steam fire-engine
"Good Will," took place yesterday, at the
Court-street Market-Fpace. Water waa
thrown a distance of 285 feet, which, we be
lieve, is ten feet farther than has been
reached by our engines.
Proceedinos of the Cocntt Commission
ers. At their regular diurnal session, yes
terday morning, the County Commissioners
passed one order only, which amounted to
$22, and was paid to Smith, Carroll & Co.,
ior lime ior tne new jau. rnejauerwa
authorized to discharge M Witzenbach, F.
Hourke. JUL Hubert, U. Kemka, H. Brown
and C. Dunn from the CourrtPF- Jail, because
of inability to pay the fines anil costs charged
against tnem. is o oilier business transacted.
Republican Meeting To-Dat A Renub-
lican mass-meeting of the citizens of the
r irst Uongressionai JJistrict win bo neia at
Ficmc urove, near Aiauisonviue, to-day.
Those attei.ding will torra in procession at
the corner of Eitrhth and Walnut at nine
o'clock A. M., and proceed to the place des
iccated, oy way oi rendieton ana uoiumoia.
As this is desisroed to be the (treat day of the
campaign, a long list of able speakers, among
wnom are uorwu , Hiair, uarev ana n as
sail re k, will be L resent, and address the
meQting. ine Wide-awakes will be on tne
ground in uniform.
Meeting of thi Trubteks of the Water
works. At the last regular meetine of the
Board of Trustees of City Water-works,
claims were allowed to the amount of
$859 03, of which $3G6 27 was to pay wages
lnctory, on account ot overcbarge on
former bills, as determined by the meter
measurement; and $100 to Hamilton County,
on account of overcharge, as ascertained by
meter. The Board decided not to lay piue
in Liberty street, between Main and Walnut,
at nresent. The SuDerintendcnt renorted
that pipe bad been laid in Gest-alley, be
tween Baymiller and Freeman streets; in
lioDkins-street, Detween uentrai-avenue ana
John-street; in Charlotte-street, from Bay-
miller west, ana in Washington rartt.
Distrissino Casualty A ilarlt Neck
Broken bv a Fall. A man named Benjamin
Mason, porter in the establishment of Mellen
& iO.. on Main-street, was sent oy nis em
plovers, yesterday forenoon, to Gray, Homin
f;ray a isros., at tio. tv secona-street, tor a
ot of fruit-cans. After packing them in a
flieht of stairs, bat tripped and fell
to the bottom, fracturing bis neck and the
base of his skull. Life was extinct before
he was taken up, 80 violent was the fall.
Coroner Carey was called upon, and held an
inquest upon the body, which resulted in a
veruict in accordance wun tne tacts we nave
related. The deceased was a resident of
Covington, forty-three years of age, and
leaves a wile ana three children
basket, he undertook to carry them down a
. . ' . ... . "ijiiii. it
Singular and Malicious Trambactios
A Trio of Femalet Cliarged with Tarring a
House. A few days ago, we related the fact
that Thomas A. Nesmith. in comnanv with a
party of men, had entered the residence of
Mrs. Ada t . Adams, during ner absence, ana
entirely stripped it ot the goods with which
it was iurnished. A tew nights later her
house was tarred, and night before last Mr.
N.'s residence, at No. 183 East Third-street,
was defiled in the same manner.
Yesterday morning, a young man. named
William Paul, we believe, who is occupying
the latter house, during a temporary absence
of Mr. Nesmith, caused a warrant to be issued
Tor the arrest of Mrs. Adams, Virginia De
Lustra and Mrs. Uremer, charging them with
malicious destruction of property. The
parties were arrested by Lieut. Kirby and
taken to the Ninth-street Station-house, from
which they were subsequently released, on
giving bail lor their appearance this niorn-
A Mopkrn Elijah Befors tub Probati
Court Singular Hallucination of a Hiber
nian. A man, about fifty years of age, was
arraigned before Judge Hilton, ot the fro
bate Court, yesterday morning, upon
charge of lunacy. Upon being interrogated
by the Court, he stated that his name was
Robert Goal in in the flesh, but Elijah in the
spirit; that he was born in the city ot uublin,
Ireland; was a married man, but bad no
family, having made himself a eunuch for
the Kingdom of Heaven's sake; had visions
since 1850, and has since that time devoted
himself to a religious life his belief being
mostly in accordance with the Protestant
r.piscopal docinue; that be lived sometime
in Dayton and Indianapolis, and hod left the
latter place in consequence of being led into
dissipation, which induced, temporarily,
loss of his fuith.
He said he devoted himself to prophesy
rather than preaching, whereupon tne Court
remarked that it uieht be satisfactory
some parties present to learn what the fore
shadowing! were iu relation to the result
the political conflict now pending in this
county between the "Wide-A wakes," the
"Never-sleens." and the "8 Dread Eairles."
Our modern Elijah, who really looks
if like his illustroui predecessor he
been fed recently bv ravens only, replied
that he could tell the result, and made certain
hieroglyphics on naner. which, he
indicated that the whole of the Democratic-.
and half of the Bell and. Everett tickets,
would be elected.
y As it appeared that the individual had
a legal retiidense in this county, to authorize
his removal to the Lunatic Asylum at Car
thage, the Court said that the County Com
muuioners would be compelled to tak
charge of him, unless he was conveyed
his proper place of residence.
Eighteenth Exhibition of the Ohio Mechanics'
If any dmibts re entertained by stranireri,
with rcgnrd to the ability of Cincinnati me
chanic, to compete with those of any other
city in tlia Union, tlioy must at once be dis
pelled by a visit to the exhibition, now in
Froprets at the Catholic and Mechanics'
nstitute. Nearly all branches of our manu
fnciories, cnpable of being represented, have
entered the list, and are competing before a
discriminating public for the laurels that
will certainly reward the deserving.
One of t he principal merits of annual fairs
is, that it enables all those engaged in any
fiarticular occupation to observe the excei
encics and defects of the productions of his
competitors, thereby giving him an oppor
tunity to improve, which be could other
wise with difficultv obtain. By this means
a commendable rivalry is engaged, which,
by elevating the standard of excellency,
lwnefits alike the competitor and his patron,
the former by improving bis skill, nnd the
latter by furnishing liim articles of a more
As an incentive to commerce, local fuirs
of this description are productive of greater
results than almost any thing else. Strangers
coming to the city during their continuance
will Eeldom fail to spend a few hours admir
ing the collections, both ornamental and
nseful, contributed by the taste and in
genuity of the hundreds who have devoted
years to a single branch of business. It
being scarcely possible for any person of
means to see every thing presented and not
discover some thing which he finds nearly
in dippen Fable, a more extended trade must
necessarily follow, and as no particular
branch of industry can lie expanded, without
also enlarging, in a greater or less degree,
many others, it will readily be seen that fair
of this description, both directly and indi
rectly, iniiuence, in no trifling degree, the
prosperity of the city. These things should
be borne in mind by our merchants and
traders, who ought to contribute largely, by
their presence, to the general interest of the
For eighteen years these annual reunion
Lave been held in Cincinnati, and could a
perfect description of each be written, the
collection would furnish an abundance of
food for philosophical reflection, as well as
self-congratulation; their history would be
the history of progress in the West, and a
comparison between the first and the last,
wquid be a comparison between Cincinnati
now and in 1843.
In many rospects, the exhibition this year.
is superior to the last. The specimens in the
art gallery are finer and more numerous, and
in the large miscellaneous balls, the arrange
ment is more perfect. The opportunity for
the successtul operation ot tho machinery is
not so good as it was last year, which, com
bined with the presence of the United States
Fair, has soruewhnt detracted from the gen
eral interest in that branch. These are local
causes, however, and will not operate here
after. The attendance from the first has been
large fully equal to the expectations of the
managers; ana it is to he hoped that a sufri
cicnt sura may be realized to the Society to
relieve it, in some measure, trom its pecu
niary embarrassments. If this should not
be the case, it would not only be discourag
ing to those wno nave so lineraiiy contrio
utcd to beautify the city, by their costly
edifices, but it would be almost disgraceful
to our citizens.
Board or City Improvimbnts. At the
regular semi-weekly session of the Board of
City Improvements, held yesterday morn
ing, the Clerk was instructed to prepare and
transmit the following ordinances to the
IM m o n i lu uiii.. iud uufjn.cu sine
walks on Clark-street, between John and
Cutter, and those on Third-street, from But
ler to the Miami Canal.
Mr. Gilbert. City Civil Engineer, pre
sented pint and estimate to pave, with
bowlder-stone, Richmond-street, from Elm
The clerk was instructed to prepare and
transmit to City Council an ordinance to as
sess a special tax npoa the real estate bound
ing said improvements.
Also, an ordinance to establish the grade
of Alanthus-alley, from Clearwatcr-street
to intral-avenue. A petition was received
from tho property-holders on Oehler-street,
between Gcst and Clark, asking to have the
grade of said street, established; the petition
was ordered to be filed, and the engineer in
structed to establish and report the grade of
An estimnte of the work on the City
Buildings, of $3,500, was allowed the con
tractor, G. W. Runyan.
'ihe sealed proposals onerea were ap
proved, and contracts awarded as fol
lows: To James Brophy, at $1 73 per lineal foot,
to pave with bowlders Hatter's-alley, from
Lodge-street to walnut.
To same, at $1 32 per lineal foot, to pave
with bowlders Sanders-alley, from Sixth to
To Jones k Bonte. at 50 cents per sanare
yard, to pave with bowlder-stone, Barr
gtreet, from Mound to Cutter.
10 same, ai to cenis per square yara, to
pave with bowlder-stone. Walnut-street,
Pve wno oowiuBr-Biouo, mui
I A.Am Uatan 4m nni-ih tins ff lonrlini
To Isaac Riner. at cents per square
yard, to pave the unpaved sidewalks on
Linn-street, from Seventh to George.
To same, at 45 cents per square vara, the
sidewalks on Ludlow-street, from Second to
To same, at 42 cents, to pave the Bide
walks on Laurel-street, from Linn to Free
man. To L. B. Stevens, to pave the sidewalks on
Richmond-street, from Plum to Central'
avenue, at 42 cents per square yard.
To Jones k Bonte, at 45 cents per
square yard, for paving with limestone, and
ten cents for grading Ballance-alley, from
urancn to uuniap-Bireet.
The following is the estimate of expenses
for thiB department for the month of Octo
( invert ana Bridges m 3,miu iu
Cleaning street 2,1100 00
P;.lrle 313 70
Kepiiir of Public Wharf. 600 00
Kew Oily ftuldlnirs ... 10,0(10 00
Kent of Different City Offices............... iM 00
Siriocs Affray im ths Fodkth Wabd.
A Man Severelu Stabbed in the Back. A
few days ago, a quarrel occurred in Vine-
street, near rront, between a coupie or men
named James Mains and James Marshall,
during which the latter was severely
worsted. Since then Marshall has been
greatly enraged, and yesterday, procured a
knife, which ho threatened to use upon his
opponent next they met. Last evening,
about six o'clock, the parties came again in
contact at the corner of ront and Vine,
and a collision took place, during which
Mains received a painlul tnougu not danger
ous stab in tho back. Medical aid was im
mediately called, and bis wound carefully
dressed, after which he was removed to his
residence. Marshall was mnueuiaiuiy ar
rested by officers Fox and Vidal, and con
veyed to the reari-sireet oumuu-uoune to
: h.lV,.. I
which will take place as soon as the result of
the injury he inflicted upon Mains can be
Mori Tistiuomt. Messrs. Grover 4 Ba
ker yesterday received the following letter
from Portsmouth, Ohio, Under date of Sep.
teniber 12, I860:
Uentlemen: we removed to wis piace last
spring, and bad one of your sewing-machines
sent us, being satisfied, after careful
inquiry and observation, tna tne "wover
Baker" was the best in use for all descrip
tions of family sewing. After some months
of actual trial, Mrs. King says she is con
firmed In the opinion and delighted with the
operation of the machine.
J. D. KING,
Pastor of First Baptist Church,
Bali or Lots i Guiix wood. Ow readers
must bear in mind that the sale of lots to
come off at Greenwood on Monday next, will
be the closing sale. Property on the Ham
ilton and Dayton Railroad will never dimin
ish in value, especially at such points
For a fine artistic picture, go to A.
Bloom's Gallery, U West Filth-street.
Citt CocKen, jOtfCTrm Lat Iffgfti.
The Conneil met at tb nsiral hour last
night, President Torrence hi the chair.
The minutes of the previous evening were
read and approved.
Mr. Weasner presented a resoltrtfon, in
structing the Mayor to stop the running of
cars on the Pendleton and Fifth-street Market-space
Railroad, until tho company com
ply with the provisions of the general
railroad ordinance, requiring the companies
purchase the omnibus stock on the route.
Mr. Hirst moved its reference to the Com
mittee on Roads and Canals. Lost.
Mr. Mack moved to lay it on the table.
Mr. Toohy said that the street railroaddid
not run on much of the omnibus route, and
the company should not be compelled to '
purchase the whole of it.
Mr. Eggleston said that, whether the reso
lution was passed or not, the Mayor was
bound to enforce the provisions of the law.
But as the resolution was offered, let it be j
passed. If the omnibus and railroad com- !
panics could not agree upon the price, let the
matter be arbitrated. The omnibus cm
panies bad censed to oppose railroads, in
consideration that they should be bought out,
and now let them act in good f lith.
Mr. Perry would vote for the resolution, I
but he believed it was not the best thing
at could be done.
Mr. Snodgrnss thought that the railroad
did interfere with tho omnibuses, and
they ought to be made to purchase the
The resolution was then passed.
Mr. Noble offered a resolution appropria
ting $G,C00 for the fencing of the City Lot,
which, after some discussion, was adopted.
Mr. Hirst called for the special order, being
the report of the Committee on Roads and
Canals, in favor of the abolition of the per
eapitalax on passengers riding on the street
The Council then went into Committee of
the Whole, Mr. Noble in the Chair.
Mr. Hirst wanted to see the matter defi
nitely settled; he wanted to see the ordinnnce
Mr. Weasner had been an orlginnl rail
road man. But in the per-capita question,
at least $100,000,000 was at stake, and the
question was, shall the city have it, or the
railroad? He was not willing that the rail
road should have it. Ho believed in the
sacredness of contracts. Whoever makes a
bargain let them live np to it. He then re
viewed the history of the railroa grants,
and said that the per-capita tax was the re
sult of a rivalry between home and foreign
companies. He had now changed his mind
on the subject of railroads; they were nui
sances to all except tootmen. The railroad
companies could never induce the people to
consent to the repeal of the per-capita tax.
They had used the press and patronage for
that purpose, bnt if any member vote ! for
it, they would find that tbero would be a
day of reckoning. He was in favor of re
pealing the clauses requiring the companies
to purchase omnibuses and to bowlder the
streets, but he would go no farther.
Mr. Marsh wanted a debate, and wanted
to hear from a gentleman of the committee.
Mr. Hirst Baid that when those opposed to
the abolition of the per-capita tax had an
swered the arguments of the report, it would
De time enougn to present otuers. tie then
corrected some errors of Mr. Weasner, and
said that Councilmen should act justly, and
without regard to whether they would be
candidates for Mayor or any other office, or
retire to private life.
Mr. Moore was in favor of the ordinance.
Much had been said of the interests of property-holders.
Others had interests us well
as property-holders. The laboring-man and
woman should be permitted to ride. Team
sters had kept possession of the road so
long, that they thought they had a right to
it. With reference to losses in railroad in
vestments heretofore, the city was built up
by the roads, and we were benefitted, even
if we lost all the stocks. The ordinance pro
posed to reduce tlie fare forty percent. cer
tainly an advantage to a poor man. In order
to ao tnis Hilly, lie moved to amend, by re-
quiring the companies to sell eight tickets
for twenty-five cents.
Mr. Eggleston made a speech in opposition
to the ordinance.
Mr. Noble said that he had originally op
posed railroads, because he believed they
would be injurious. But the roods are now
in existence, and the only question now is,
are the companies doing the best they can,
under the circumstances? He said that if the
report of the committee were adopted, much
ot the prejudices against the roads would be
removed. The only objection now against
them is made by the teamsters; that could
be obviated by flagging the sides of the
track, as proposed by the ordinance. They
did not interfere with the business men lo
cated on the track. The ordinance proposed
to take off the per-capita for the benefit of
the people. Men who ride in the cars are
taxed for the privilege an unjust provision,
wholly intended to benefit the rich. Prop
erty should pay the expenses of government,
and not labor. In looking over the tax-list,
he finds $90,000 assessed to Mr. Eggleston.
Should the man who works for a dollar a
day pay a cent for every ride he takes, to
save a few dollars to him? He dare not ad
vocate such a proposition.
Mr. Marsh said the poor people always had
paid the tax, and they always would; there
lore, he thought they ought to do it in the
shape of a poll-tax. Every man that
has a head ought to pay it.
Mr. Von Seggern rose to a point of order
while Mr. Mock was speaking, he having
occupied tne time allowed by the rules.
Air. olacK tooK his seat, and Mr. Ulass
moved that the committee rise, which was
The report of the committee was then ac
cepted, whereupon Mr. Eggleston moved to
lay the whole matter on the table. Lost
ayes, 14; nays, 10. .
a Mr. Glass moved the previous ques
tion, thinking the question was on the
passage of the ordinance, but on learning
that be was mistaken, withdrew his motion.
Mr. Noble then moved to make the ordi
nance the special order for next Wednes
day, but withdrew it to allow Mr. Whitcomb
to say that, in the first place, he was far from
being in favor of taking off the per-capita
tax. He wanted to look at the case in a fair
and honorable manner. He was opposed
paying a portion of the taxes of rich men.
"Every time," stid he, "you contribute your
one cent to the city, as a passenger on the
Btreet-cars, you are paying so much toward
paying the taxes of Nicholas Longworth
twice a millionaire." The tax-duplicate
shows this, and he had the proof. 'If
owned two or three houses, and rented them,
he would y ote to retain the per-capita. The
mechanics would ride in any event, but
they could get tickets in half dollar packages
they would ride oftener.
Mr. Von Seggern rose to his point of order.
Mr. Whitcomb took his seat, and Mr.
Hirst moved to adjourn. Lost ayes, 11;
Mr. Whitson spoke to Mr. Moore's amend
ment to sell eight tickets for twenty-five
cents. He expects to vote for the ordinance
on his own responsibility. These were
reasons: The ver-caoita is an oppression
the shape of double taxation. What means
the petition of 8.000 persons which was dis
tributed in the Council Chamber a few weeks
ago? Have they no voice here? What will
the street railroads gain by the ordinance?
Nothing. They will lose by it: they will
have an increase of travel, but the citizens
will travel cheaper. The greater the
vou offer persons to ride,
ereater the number will embrace the oppor
tunity; but the reduction in the price
. I i Ml . V C. .1 ; '
niacin win uuk vcucu. ma ihjuj pauiea.
Mr. Von Se ggern rose to a point of order.
the sneaker having occupied fifteen minutes,
and Mr. Hirst renewed his motion to adjourn.
Carried by 16 to 14.
Gbovis 1c Bakib's Sswma Machihis.
We make the following extract from a letter
dated Nashville, September 16, 18UQe
"At the Tennessee SutU Fair this day,
highest premium was awarded to the Orover
ft Baker Sewing Machine, as the best tor
el a saps nf f&milv work: ako. WJ a preinjsm
awarded to the C rover Baker on
double-loop stitoh, as being far superior
GOUDie-ioop stivun, aa nuii i'
the shuttle or lock-stitch for the same
pose. These premiums were nwarueu
the I. M. Biogor, Wheeler k Wilson, Howe,
and other machines in competition." ,
Eighth Annual Exhibition of the United
States Agricultural Society—Last Day.
As we stated yesterday, the fair, in conse
quence of the inclemency of the weather,
was continued one day longer than at first
propose tbst is to say, the pounds were
open, and (Xme horses were shown, but in
all essential respects, the Fair closed on
Thursday cvwing. many of the articles on
exhibition were removed o Thursday and
more the next morning; no that by It riday
afternoon the gronndx presented rather a
desolate appearance. Even the attraction
of a spirited nnd shfirply-conttfrted trot,
failed to draw the crowd anticipated.
We doubt whether there were more than
2,0(i0 people on the ground, and they sepmed
to be principally sporting men, some of
whi m come only to see the nrir but more
to take advantage of the opportunity whch
it afforded to "turn an honest penny," if
possible. There were alson tlie stind a
few ladies and gentlemen, who evidently
came to see the Fair, not aware, until they
reached the pronnd. tliat thi was really the
"day after the Fair.' To he sure, tlnrre yet
remained for their inspection Home vestigs
of the display of frnits and Bowers, very
Bood ss far ns they weut, and giving a very
fair idea of what the dnplay bad been in
these classes; and some nrticlcs had not
been removed from the domestic and miscel
laneous departments, whiie the fine arts
still presented a fine appcarrvnee.
The great nttnetien of the day, however,
was the trottinp-mntrh for aged stnilions, for
which there were three entries, viz: "Wo
ful," "Washtenaw Chief," and "Clinton."
As the first two honres eeemod tobe pretty
well known on tho ground, and had pre
viously made about the same time, the in
terest was strong, anrl tho betting ran high.
The third horse seems to have been thrown
in ns a mere make-weight, and certainly
stood no chance with the others. The match
wps best three in five, fbra premium of $100,
oflered by the Society,, and a citizens' purse
of $500, and was bo well contested that the
entire five heats were run. We have not
space to give a history of the trot, but give
the summary below:
Trotting rts.re.-lTnltM Rtstes T.lr. Mils hmits,
tiest tbre in nve, for rrpmimn,$lo0, and (Jiliseos1
O W nimmlck, lr. s. Wnful," 1131
D Wi rin.anseo. or. s "Wnshtouaw t;hief,"J 12 11
A. L. Unistead, li s. "Clinton," Ji S S 3 3
T Imp, 2:3A, 2:39, 2:3B, 9:36, 131).
After which 0. W. Dimmick took a pre
mium of $75 on a double team of trotters.
the nnlv nneRbnwn: and so ended tlia Riirhth
Annual Fair of the United States Agricul
tural society. .
lielow we give the premiums:
Fest stnti'-nsrs stenm s-fflns, Niies'i Works, Cia-
rtntmti. unto, p. nt.a sivor sjisiihi
Hecoi.d liest slstlmmry stssm enffins. Stdman A
Co . Anrsrs. Ind.. y2.ts.iiri hronxe mprisl
Post portaM" steam enirine, Ihimont A Sinker, In
dinnsnnhs, ?W "I'd sliver msnnl
hk'cond lest portable -f,m engine. If & F. Btandy,
ZfiTipBTille, Ohio, $2fni brnze mwlal.
Pest stes.ro ffnvrrnor, Owens, L.ue, Dyer & Ci.,
Ilniniltoli. Ohio, dinloins.
licet steam pause. Wm. Klrkup S: Bons, Glncln
witi. Ot.lo. hronso medul.
B.st ItrirV-mHkinK machine, Wm. R.Alexander,
f!li.rl nntl. Ohio, silver medo.t.
l!ot portable saw-mill, 11. & T. Blandy, Zanet-
v Ho. Oh o. silver medal.
Hocord hot portable saw-mill, Owens, Lane, Dyer
& Vo , Hamilton Ohio, broTi7.s medal.
Pet Haw-grummer. Voodrongu ft BIcPharlau,
Cinrlnnrtti, Ohio, hronKe medal
llest scif-settins; sitw mill head blocks, Lane ft
BoflloT. Cincinnati. Ohio, hronxe moilnl.
Phingie-niuchine, . L. Gale. Joliet, 111., silver
I ath machine., Josiah Black ft Utley, Cincinnati,
Btst barrel do., Hniburt ft Doane, Chicago, IU.,
Second best barrel do., K. B llolmea, Buffalo, N.
1 Y . hronr.e medal
Best morticing do., C. G. Pollock, Cincinnati, O.,
1 PortnMe steam-engine, Parker Patent Co., Ma-
llnttn, O. diplopia.
i portah'e steam engine, A. B. ft E. Lstta, Cincin
Boilor feeder, Nlles's Works, Cincinnati, O., di
ploma. 8pokn tnmfng machine, H. Leeds, Cincinnati,
Varringer tire shrinker, J. K. Mallone, Prunty
t sn, n., diploma.
Street-cleauina machine. Sor. Loneley. Cincinnati.
Lumlier-cutting machine, Peter Cook, Tonawanda,
N. Y., silver medal.
B It and rivet machtne,Ba6sett ft Bateinaa,bronse
Bread-making machine, John Pendleton, New
Moilfl ot pluninR-macliine, J. W, Ktllane, Mew
Nmoke-consumer, George Orary, Hamilton Co.,
Improved piston. Robinson ft Clark j. Belair. O..
Brass whistles and cocks, Wm. Kirkup ft Bons,
Steum priutiug-pross, Cincinnati Type Foundery,
Locomotive saw-mill, John Walker, Ludburg, 0.,
Wood-bending machine, Lane ft Bodley, Cincin
Stave dremutr, A. T., J. B.ft 8. Barns, Ororosbeck,
ItiihlMjt uiotnl, W. B. Eager, Elyrla, Ohio, di
ploma Belting coupling, American Belting Coupling
Company. Auburn, N. Y., diploma.
Lover vice, O. (. Pollock, Cincinnati, diploma.
Colleciiou of saws, Woodiougu ft Mcl'uallu, Cin
cinnati, silver medal.
Type-casting machine, B. Allison, Cincinnati, sil
CAST AND WORKED METALS.
Agricultural boiler for stock, Wllllsm Resor
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, first premium, silver medal.
Agricultural boiler for stock, U. w. Ball ft Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio, second vretnium, bronzi medal.
Large oven cooking-stovo, for wood, G. W. Ball
Co. Cincinnati, nrst premium, sliver meaal
Large oven cookiug-stuve, for wood, William
Resor ft Co., Ciucinnati, second promium, bronao
Large ovon cooklng-Btorn, for coal, Adams, Peck
over ft Co., Cincinnati, Ohio; first premium, silver
Large oven cooking-stove for coal, Redway
Burton. Cincinnati, second premium bronse medal.
Family stove, for wood, lledway ft Burton, Ciu
cinnati. flrr.t promium, bronze medul.
family stove, for coal, Adams, Peckoverft
Cincinnati, bronze medal.
Parlor stove, for wood, Wm. Resor ft Co., Clocln
nsti, bruuze medal.
Parlor stove, for coal, Harris ft Bonner, Cincin.
nati, bronze medal.
Bedsteads, ornamental cast-iron, S. Esperb, Cin
cinnati, diploma. , ,
Bellows, best specimens, bronze medal, W.
Hyuilmau, Ciuclnouti, O.
Bolts, best specimens, bronze medal, Hollenshade,
Alorne ft Co., Ciociunali, O.
Display of ges-ntttngs and burners, first premium,
silver medal. Baker ft Von Phul, Cincinnati, O.
Cooking range, silver medal, Wm. Pettit ft
Ventilated even stove, bronze medal, Wm. Pettit
ft Co., New York.
Hull stove, bronze medal, Harris ft Bonier, Cln-
Wood cooking stove, diploma, Redway ft Burton,
Wood cooking stove, diploma, Harris ft Borner,
Cool cook-stove, diploma. Win. Uesor ft Co.,
Coal cook-stove, diploma, Harris ft Borner,
(Wl cook-stove, diploma, O. W. Ball ft Co.,
Wood family stove, diploma, Adams, Peckover
Co . ('inciiiuati. O.
Wood fainil stove, diploma, G. W. Ball ft
Coal fumlly stove, diploma, Redway ft Burton,
C l family stove, diploma, G. W. Ball ft Co.,
Wood parlor stove, diploma, Harris ft Borner,
Wood parlor stove, diploma, G. W. Ball ft
ROBBKRY OF A StATI-ROOH ON A STEAMBOAT,
The state-room of a woman named Susan
v,u:n: 4U- Ann.n- Alt t.;.
lviiia at the wharf, was entered day before
Yesterday, and robbed of a gold watch, valued
at $55. and $4 50 in money. William
well. James Oatewood and George Coleman,
three colored individuals employed on
boat, were subsequently arrested, charged
with being concerned in the larceny,
were yesterday morning belore tne rouce
Court and committed forcxamination, which
will take place to-day, in default of
Abbist ot a Deo or A llsokd Bcmlahs.
About eight o'clock, yesterday morning,
James H. Ashton and Morris W.Clark
Buttertield's Saloon, in Court-street
pear Main, and after eating to the content
their stomachs, left without paying
bills. They were immediately pursued,
fellows shouting at every step, "Stop thiefl"
and in obedience to this request Miles Green
wood arrested the pair and conducted
to Ithe Ninth-street Station-house. A lot
burglars' tools were found upon their persons,
and this increased the suspicion that
been aroused against them. They will in
probability have an examination this morn
ing before Judge Lowe.
Aiothsr Vsrsiom. The policeman,
tUMtA. issue, in connection
, ' - r 7 ' r r
pvtw with an attempt to rob A. Isham s
On U rOAUWaj, S , S suw uv iw.un
spot there wait ao ourgiars mere, ana
he did not, therefore, find any one to
Ptxi's OpBRA-Horsi. The performanftr '
at thai establishment this evening will eonstst ot
Tssrw, Me Orpk-m of t'fUM, pm d fu u-v t '
GleMstaustn - vrtnito iXulr'lla by the o ss
chnitra, the bnrlewiua of r LtHy nf hirm. la '
whl.h Mr a. O. h..n will appear In his eapl'al
representation of "Polly Ann," and the laughable
fcrre of An Atammt tiriJlM.
. National Tikatsb, Mr. J. B. Roberta
will appear this evening as "Charles de Hour'' la
chiller's portlier, although mlserahly-tramtlab d
llsy cf T footers, which will be fnllnvail ky a
nnc by the sisters Honrade, a grand national
aiedley, ai d the ar, e of the rViss fVnrw. .
CinrrNAt. Sjpn. The Stat. .. TVi.
Fink The defendant was stra t-t-
Jiolse follinsand a jury, t anssr .n ln,ll. tm-nt
of wiall"ious stabbing Tlw prori,ting irftmtM,
asmrd It ir hard, Weismf Iter, IhedefeKlant, and som
othop lartics. -ere In a cofo-hon nn l.lh-rv-
street, on the lath of Ansnst, and some controversy
nn-iis im-imoii r-axaaioi -. ri-iimior, uas.ar.wa
fti'llo and stablwd him in tre thtgh
It w.in claimed in his deo-nse tbat he was pro
sed to the act bv the eonrfnrl of the other nrtw
A number of witness, were svsmiiied in ths mm.
jbirh eonrludod at noon, a verdict of guilty having
teen rernrnori by the inry.
mrriur tlie Mate: III, Kile r r tne ffxrftnse.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO.
Progress of the Revolution—The Liberals
Marching on the
its Defense—Orders to Melt the Church
The Vera Cms correspondent of the New
Orleans ricayuve, gives, on the 2d inst , tho
particulars of Mexican news, brief an
nouncement of which has already been made
by telegraph :
The Mexican mails by the schooner Tin.
omia Antoinette and brig Hope, which left
Vera Cms on the 2d inst, caoie to hand ia
full this morning. Dates from the City of
Mexico are to the 29tn ult., aad the news
from all parts of the Republic is of the high
est importance. Our correspondent at Vera
Cruz furnishes to us the following interest
1. The English express, which arrived this
morning, brings news from the canital to
the 2flth. The Liberals were reported to be
rapidly advancing on the city, and to num
ber 20,000 men. Miramon's whole force in
side was said to be only 7,500. An attack
was expected on the 8th inst. The general
impression here is, that the city will be
2. The moot vigorous efforts, however, are
being made to defend it to the last extrem
ity. The Church had been called upon to
give on the holy plate, to raise money, bnt
tlie order bad not generally been complied
with. At last accounts, some $63,000 only
had thus been raised.
3. All other means failing, a new forced
lonn was projected, and was daily expected
to be proclaimed. It was, however, to ba
levied on Mexicans alone. All foreign resi
dents were to be excepted.
4. Among those who were most active In
providing means for the defense of the city
was the new Spanish Minister, Pacheco
who was also trying to bring the other
foreign representatives into his plans, but
thus far without success. Here, at Vera
Cruz, Pacheco is styled the qaasi-dictator of
6. The Bishop Esoinosa. of Gnadalaiara.
has been released by Gen. Degollado, at tha
request of Gen. Uraga. Meanwhile, it is
reported that Uraga himself has escaped.
Zuloapa's escape is confirmed.
6. The official report of the defeat of Gen.
Coboa, at the bead of the Miramon forces in
Oajaca, came to hand to-day. It caused
5reat rejoicing here, and the President,
uarez, and his Cabinet, as also Governor
Zatnorn, were serenaded.
7. The official report of the defeat of Mira
mon at Silno has also come to hand. The
President was utterly routed and lost every
thing, his personal effects and papers, $70,000
in money, all his artillery and nearly all hie
army, both officers and men. He himself
barely escaped with his life, and made his
way to the Capital only In company with a
few friends. Immediately on his arrival ha
resigned the Presidency, but was subse-
3uently urged to tesume the office, which he
id, wnen the Spanish Minister, Pacheco,
iormany presenieu ma creuenuais ana recop
1 . 1. 1 1 w V. :
uii-u lu! vrovji mucin, mintuiun uimseu is
said to be in very low spirits. He is entirely
in the hands of the Spanish Minister.
8. It is stated that General Robles. who
commands between Jnlnpa and Pnebla, was
paid $40,000 by the merchants of Mexico to
let the late conducta of $400,000 pass up
ward without molestation. It is said, how
ever, that notwithstanding he made an ex
cuse to help nimseit to vrz,ooo more on the
way, for which he gave an order on General
Miramon, interest and commission included.
9. Meantime, General Marqnez, the rob
ber of the conducta some months since at
Guadalajara, has been set at liberty and pot
. i 1- J 1 - r,... .
in couuHmnu oi a uivision oi u,uuu men, -10.
Of the $6,000,000 of specie brought
down to Vera Cms and to Tampico, tha
British steamer took $4,600,000. A large
portion of the rest goes to New Orleans by
the Virginia Antoinette and Hope - Full
half of the whole sum would have gone
there bad there been an American steamer
here. The money was mostly Mexican
11. President Juarez has replied to the de
mand of the 3panish Commodore for the re
turn of the bark Maria Conception, refusing
to give ner up. innumerable threats ot bom
barding the city are made, but they amount
12. It is rumored here to-day that Lerdo
de Teiada is about to return to the Constitu
13. The eovernment also has news that
the city of Guadalajara was evacuated by
Castillo, Miramon's General, on tha 31st ult.
He took the road to MoreliaL whence he will
endeavor to make biB way back to Mexico,
Uenerals V alls ana ugazon, or the LiibersJ
Army, are now in possession ot uuad'W'jara.
They were to follow Castillo up, and it u
aounttui it ne escape.
By this arrival, also, we have files of Mex
ican papers from all parts of the Republic.
A correspondent of the Vera Cruz Jrogreto
writes from the Capital on the 28th that the
Liberal army bad already left Queretaro.
It numbered 12,000 men and was supported
by seventy-six pieces of artilleryj with a
train of 500 wagons with ammunition and
baggage. It was expected at the Capital on
The same writer says that the threes of
the South, numliering 3,000 men, were ad
vancing from Cueruavacaj Ortega was al
expected from Guadalajara,
Of Miramon's army, the writer says that
it numbered 7,000 men, at that time in and
about the city, and was supported by sixty
or seventy pieces of artillery. The writer
thiuks he will not be able to command, un
der any circumstunces, more than 9,000 men
and ninety pieces of artillery.
Challenge Htwuy-Jlachinei. By refer
ence to our eptcial notice column, our read
ers will perceive G. C. Kniftin k Co., agent
in this city for Ladd, Webster k Co.'s sewing-machines,
challenge, in the sum of
$1,500, the sewing-machine awarded the
premium at the late United States Fair.
There is nothing like competition.
Latkbt prom Japan. Have you tried the
new teas from Jaoan? Call at Pendery
Co.'s, north-west corner of fifth and W 0-nut-streeU.
and get samples, which will ba
furnished free of charge.
Chubch Dsdicatiom. The new Methodist
Episcopal Church, In Pleasant Ridge, about
six miles from the city, will be dedicated to
morrow at eleven o'clock. D. W. Clark, D.
P., of the Ladia1 Jtepoeitory, will preach tha
dedicatory sermon. '
Whbxlib k Wilson's Macbini TaipMm
At Auus!. The first premium was awarded
to Wheeler k Wilson's Sewing Machines at
the Kentucky State Fair, just held at Bowl
ing Green. -. 1: . ,j
Otstim fob Bvbrt Boar. At WaggOaW
el's, 60 iixth-street, and on Central-avenue,
above Fall, choice oysters are selling sur
(I a can, Tbey are larger tor the price
than any we have teen, and of the best
quality. . - . m- ., ,' s (