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weeding 1t Un.will be Inesrted twlc f"gSJLt
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rANT5D-3.000-4Konn0r $sio want..
ANTED-(JOOD H K A M H TH KMHTowork
mining, Apply mi aa.f J"Dn-t.
NTEDMliiLt NERR Will rind emisio7
ment at 603 Kace-atroot, I'lndlay market.
rAJITEW-Ilir,-A good girl, to (I.. gcnorM
.T ,. housework. Germ en preferred. Inaulre ni
Tlndlny-t.tv.o d or, from llaymillor. so-""
Fori,.J.V"NlN 8 K""Uur";!,A.,l;i0
aTiTiJITJ? Ai,it?,0?.,'r1 r,n, lni11 tnnlly.
Address, 0, p. y. !,, olUuj. se2.we
iVANTKn-TO "'R KNT-A'Ti'jror Vbo'it
t7 Zj 'yole rooms, suitable for bnurdlng-hauso.
Uoiid references given. Address J. B., this oflloe.
ici it i
WA1STKO-A (tlBL-T,i travel. Must bo ai
excellent seamstress and good nurse, witli
good reference. luQiiir at 145 West Third-it.
T ANTI,lTwn ynnng men as boarders, who
t. ?"13 lJI'l"' to occupy tho same room,
f "'J . ' No- 09 Cutter, between Seventh and
. maker at th corner of York and Kirlantln.
trcets Ky. Constant omid.e yiieut, and
the best wages paid. THOMAS TKKSISK. se27-b
T and wife in a private family, where the a ly
ran have the c, mforts of a home, Good reference
given. Address HKNRY, fress Office. eJ7-b
WANT ED-liOAHrTlNFo-A ladv and daugli
ter, a teaeher of mnle, wish to obta'n
trrdltig in a private fnmtly. Befereuce required.
Address B. S , at Mil ofhee. sc27-b
ANTED SITUATION By a vnung man, to
lenm the drug business. Good n-fi-reneen
Riven, pnlary not no much an ohjeet aa a lituation.
Ad'lresaj W M., car of thli ofliee. ae27-b
Apply tjnmcdlateiy at the Cheap Millinory
JbntahliifLiuunt, IS Weat Filth-at., ue ir ll.iin.
WAMKD-B 0 Y A eolored boy, twelve to
fourti-on years of afire, to vralt on taido. do
erraudi". etc. Apilyat Ohio Life Insurance Oom
)aiiy. US 'liilrd-kt. aeW-b
WNTEIISItUaTION-B a yoiiiig woman
ac- iiBtoroed to most kind of work, as a neaiu
trcs or to 'ake cure of children. Address BEAM
CTHEfS Prws ofttte. imCS-c
VATKn HOI'riE-To r'nt a romfo7ti0de
htHiwyf atwen or eight rooms, conveniently
loented, wilh modern Impruvomcnts. Address, A.
It C. V , l'ress ofltce. ae2Vo
"V ANT EI) KYKKY ONB Wnetner iu.r out
vf ol business, to send for our circular. It Is of
lliterest to all. and costs yon nothing. Address
BUBBIN8 A CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. jy2-tr
TiVANTED-TKN PLASTEitEUS-Xo. I plain
ww tinnds. Wnites 2 2A per 'day. Apply at
B11TC11KLL A HAMMKLSBtili; 8 new htctory,
aoiith-east corner John mid becond sts. sc2o.b
V TED -SIT IIAT ION Bya young man,in
w his nineteenth year, in a dry goods or
frreccry htoro. Snlury not so much on object as a
aituai inn Good references given. Address J. g
cats of this ofllee. se27-b
WANTED-Salesmen, clerks, lnb irers, Ac,
w having good references, seeking situations,
vill find it much to tnelr advantaco to call at the
Cit Kmploynieut Office, No. 1ST Walnut-street.
XV ANTED Twelro Test-baters and one hut
ww ton-holo worker. None but the best hands
need apply. Paid hy the week or pleco. Aiiplyat
09 Cutter, liclwecu Srventh and Eiuhth-strcets.
14rANTtD-By a woman who is a suporior
v nurita, a cl.ild to tako home, t'an give the
lest of references, and will give a babe a mother's
care. Address MBS. WK8T. office Daily Press.
ANTED A MAN AND WIKB Without
children preferred, to take care of a small
farm and residence, about seven miles from the
city, on a good road. Inquire of A. B. IIOLA
1I1R1) A CO.. 335 West Front-st. sc27-b
WANTED-A PAPKhHAN(iKB At"MAT
B1CHY B HOTH KK'8, comer of Sixth and
Slndihonts., Covingtun, Ky. Nouo need apply but
Hu experienced hand. Steatiy employment givon.
ArANTED-A gentleman, brought up in the
Tv hotel business, havius a cash capital, would
Invest lu a hotel, or Bunerintcnd one, in tie city or
country. Address BOSS, at this office, lor one
y ANTED-CLOAK-MABEBsl - FiftSeBei
p rienced cloak-mnkcr4. To rt'itlly good
linnds, the highest wages will be paid ami constant
employment givon, at WILSON'S, No. 78 West
W ANTED- 8AI.KNMEN Five experienced
Y Dry-Ooods ftilesmcn wanted Imiuediatety.
ThoBe ariUHinted with the city retail trade will ad
dress Box HOtt Postofflce, gii ing roforeuco, name,
vVANT1)-l-GIBlj-A cl,!n' ,idy nli obliging
young girl, either Irish or German, 111 a
Bmall family where she will he well treated. Apply,
pcrsounlly, at lttl Bichmond-st., between Cutter
hu& l.inn. se2i-b
WANTED K0OM8 A gentlemuu wishes to
lent (Ueortwo Monil. flirnlsheil or unfur
nished. Any one having vacant rooms, centrally
located, will please drop a note to Bjx 806. shiting
location, price, Ao., and giving real name, reftt-c
IV ANTEO- 91TCATIUN - Br a respectable
v young lady, who Is desirous of engaging in
ejonie respectable business, a situation us sales
Womal in a store; a shoe store preferred Can f ur
oish the very best of cily or country reference. Ad
sirens J, I)., Press Office, for two daya. se26-b
"W? ANTED Twenty girls cau have good situa-
V tions ill citv and eoiintrv. hv eullini al nr.
flceSO'iH Elm-Bt., above Kiglilb. Also. ?Hmill'S
L In want of help can be supplied by leaving orders
I St this ofllee. Isr26-b A. W. fc'OWI.Kit.
ANTED A UIBL To do general house
work in a nrlvate familv. A iwrnunmit it.
Ms 1 ion aud good wages to a good girl. Must briug
ohju cny reierentes. call lrameuiately at 1AJ
I ohn-st., between Fourth and Fifth.
J WANTED-Orent inducements offered daily at
! w APPLKOATE'S Mammoth Phutom-ai.h (lal.
. ry, corner ef Fifth and Main. Cheun family
I roups taken. Beautiful Pictures taken dillv.
'ap. . se6-b
iMT ANTED For nftoan nents. In ruse
1. yon can
ffot a uood l.ikenMtN taken at A PPI.KI
ammoth Gallery, corner of Fifth and Main. Old
ciures copied as good as new. Hive hundred
icy cases arrive aany. sc26-b"
7ANTED-I would like to rent a small House,
w (ontaining six or eight rooms, in a eo ul
ation, for a goutleman, wife aud one child,
ut payable in advance. Address ALBk'KT, at
s office. se"V-d
V ANTED M EN-A1I resnecuble me a seeking
ntinttloiis as clerks, salesmen, o., should sp
at the Merchants' Clerk's Begistry OlHce, 1JS
dnnt-street. Long established. Beference to the
t houses. set-bi HALE A CO
1TANTED BORROWKB8 For $10,0110, on
w collateral aecurilles, consisting of watches,
elrr, merchandise, etc Apply to W. H I'HdT
18, Beat Kstata, Not and Bill Broker, S West
JTANTED-Several American or Oernnn girls
v to engage in a liuhl business. Also ten girls
In geaemi housework ran find situations, by
ag a the Agency Office, No. 187 Wilnnr
et. ramilie sapplisd with flrat-cUsa help, hy
lug llieirunler at this ortl.e, se27-b
siTANTED-l't nETHATO Wr
I she t od aghast ; she could not mistake the
lire of the emotion upon which she bsike.l : he
1 lost the BotMto from JOHNSON'S Onllerv,
tn and Main. Shu was c miorie.l when she re
ulered she could get another copy, sa27-l
, ITANTKD--SITUATION Aa shipplng-olerk,
Ir or asnslant bis.k-keeper, by a young man,
hits IihiI some years' experience In a liu-ge
nulHctiiring eslahlishment In this city. S i'is
'i ry lef-renre given. Please address 11 P , Box
, Posloflice. se2S-h
ATANTED-fONOKAl I'LATIOXS - But th.
v li-ht faded from her eye and the congrattl
'tins di'd upon her tongue when lie returned
hout the Likeness from JOH NSON'S (J illery,
ithmol Main, where good I'imures Ulav lie tpi 1
rom ten cents to ten dollars, so7-b
fr A NTED AltKNT S fcvery-w bore, to sell a
w new article never hefno sold or heard of in
s countj y. (ood waffes can be lnaduaod stea lv
ihmetlt given to cncructic men. No bet'nr
utiee ev. r oltered to innUi) 111011 r ltt a small
i.iial. Address or call upon BKN11AM i OU.,
1 ! aiaca 11 iliirulls s II .ok-rm.ins,
s sj d 40 West Fourih-st., (Mucinnatl. 0. a
v AAX,,.LU.l,B,!A'',"'. nt.uiiKf
. . .1 w"" o, arnen will! Hill u
I, at the comer of WesU'ro-row and Fifth-t
o is tlai k-rouiiilex lined. Is flv a,, 1.... 1.. .
hlght, and Is iweniy-eltie or thirty ycllr- f
e It is si pposed ihe has a sister llvti'g ,mo.
iere m this city. Any information 0 her Motm
outs will mnch oliligeUHABLKB A. TEBKEI.I
'Srillng-hoMSe, No. 'JIU Billh sl, se27- '
VANTVl-SITl!AT10N-llv a yeuos man,
iff levenies-n years of sg, one who is wllllu, to
nke lniii'.elf guneratly nseful, a sltuarloo iu some
llolefalo house: write an easv. ulain hnsiiuB
mid, and has had two years' experience In sine of
,e hitgeet wholesale houses of the city, from the
ui'iiciuii ui si Mien ue van uriog ine uesi o
'-ouiuieiidatlolis. PIims uldrs M. K a . t tills
lieu, or t'iuciuuati Postoftloe. aeM-e
fANTED II 1,00 IMMF.lIArIf,r-A
e cash. Ait cities Is to be kept here lu Oiucinuail,
d agents are to be sent out. Address, with real
III. It. lofieit.iml 1. I, liui ..s
--no ine loeg wiuter eveulngs: ana youus
s aiouev bv bavins rerlincitles of W. Al'K I. k' V
irth-WMt CiiruerSiiaMUuraawlXuiri-sU., Tullle'a
.tuaage Offlce, - . j swll-ul
g9 In thf uoliirtive Mtl of ptf ut article f.,r the
itti ufoliiu. 'lh aritcia pri od humlrttd pr
ut., sua nu rink to ruu, tut th prtntr U Wftnted 1
uikf me WBum rnro ul ukiua tuid m inm uiife
1 T AN T K D -To sell double-nuti book -keeping
Ft B4:holarkhlps on Bacon's aud Ohio and Oun
iy's Conim.rvial C.illeges. tiowd (or day ,l esieu
Y and full eooive of study, ajid just tiie place to
M. J. B. BlDIULb, 07 West Third-st.
J?01l BAI.K-ELTIRK -BEIIRT WINK-Twelve
it niiu v '! ,''""l'i r"r sale ny J
! L Maln-st., abovo Third. set
J'OH 8AI.R-A Retail Stock of (Jrs7rie. wlTh
, - ...I,, nu., oiio nsiiii aiiaciien, siiua-
kle for meat or feed business. Add res Qloir:R Y,
llnsoftlce. r ' se27-f
BOR WALE Wood rooking stove, large sir.o,
te al' new, with tixfurt s cuinpletn, can be seen
at JO.J Monad-st,, second door south of Nlnth-st,
Price lls ; m,;. . "
FOR fAl.K-Irng store, with light stork. In a
corsl hH-altty, ami doing a good business. For
particulars address, with name, UllliUUlsr, this
7OR HA I.E PIANO For sale or trade, eTTtTe
'JeT?,. ,"ctll'TS Bosowood Piano, briiHtfiilly
carved, will lie sold rlionp. In iniro at 3'i dutter
t. AnoldJlano taken in exchange. ac2n-b
POR RALK-UR TRADK-I have some line
tanning Lands, Improved and wild, to ex
change for merchandise or f'nvington prnporty.
. J. B SIDD.M.I,, Broker,
67 West Thinl-st.
riy vt heels; dlnmetcr2 feet 1 ' Inches, bore V
Inches, weight to pounds; at WM. ll AYNK'R Fonn
dery, Front-st. Iietween (Vntral-avnnnn nnil J,.hn.
at. To be sr.ld low for cash. sel.1-Th.Milw
IOR HAfiE Two houses and lots, 17 and
liitt Longworlh-st., containing eight rooms
5'iehj wlthgns, li.ith-riioms and wator. Inquire of
,. O. M KORUW. Sonlh.wnst nnrn.r nf l!.,.. ....I
7OR 8ALE-flllOCRRY-St.ick, Fixtti-es and
' I.PRMA (if at At-ut.lskasl runtllu n a
well estahliMhpd and locMod, flttfd np in tho lie
?.l1l.nrV?nil i"i"ffwJ? TH-"-- biuinesa. Apply to
H ALB A CO., ViH Wnlnnt-nt. w-i-b
IOR HA1-K-WAGON-A fitrt-claHH two-horve
I'edl IHlIC HIT It. fill in nnlnr and nau-lt. nM
It iMMlitC1:! ftr drV 1TIMH.H. iwiti.ina. f I11 .t- K.xi
CVntrnl-im-uue, ut the linio ei,ta(lit.hmeat. opponite
i ll , rKlJ-I'
POK KAlE-A quantity of French Cugna
Brandy, five pnrn rM. finnrnntAd ,. lu
pnrr Brtlrle. Korsalpfn nunntlty to suit purcliawri
V. II A INS. Fruit Store, iS'-l WftlmU-Btroet, IhIow
T'O tAI,K-T0 CAPITALISTS I hftVfl for
lil If k HoUftPH. illut Minir flnixliAfl. in Iho .,sl
of the city, thit l 1 ptiy orer twelve p.r rnnt on
thft ifiTCKtmrnt. For pAHientArs, apply to f-Kt). H.
tH0TVh.LL, Beal JSttlnto Aat, 5 West Third-nt.
TOIt H-.1.K-A lahAOKrS FARM In Jelfer-
u i'imiuiv. iuu,, hii unai'r ff kmi irince; wi
reH under cu tivnti- n : well watered : Rood rriue
linnain ni.il ni. . 11.1 1 - -. s-. (T. .1 r.. .. -.Iu 1
v saw vui-i uimiiigD vuciru mi sji.iw, IU m
ninnig IlllTV U Hlltril I I.
Beal Entnte, .Note and Bill Broker.
JCk A Tl.l I -a.
I7OR RET It 0 0 M 8 Three room and a
purrmcr kllrhfn, on the flrnt floor. Alwtwo
Ho d cfllitm. Apply at lt7 Went Tlilid-it nt'27-h
FO ll REN T K UkN1SHKI HOO I Rulta. Te
lor two ouug genttaiueu, o. 101 Kail Fifth
1,jOR HK1T Four lnrtr? and commodtoua
Itoomsand Kitchen on thnAr.nd flivnr. run.
venli-nt lor a l-nnine niHti. Kent 5lt. Apply m
tlis. f. QUI U.AU. l';f.t. st . ... i s.
tin iiuiirrr, sjsji l-oi rillU-Ji. bt'ai y-L
FOR RINT-Fnim Ottulwr ). a Brick DwelT
ilill. f 1 .1 Clinton. tt. : rontsvinR .vii rimn.m
and n k'tchen ; 1a in ncrlcft order Inquire of F. A,
flimioi uunu, m n. i. icipgrnpn umre ee2-c
OR R ET-ROOMS Furninhed and untur-lurnir-hed.
in Union HI rk nn Thlitl.BfrAt
u' lwtfii -jrniiiDi-t nnii nnmiwny, Apply ro .lanl
BKI1UEH A I'O., No. 13 Pnhlic I-nd(nff.
n't , hi i nn PiiiitiiiiK, or io t ana ,t n.
FOR RET-FUKM1II'I FRONT KO()I
A ffeiitlcnian. haviriff a lartmr hnnw than hi
tmi)y rquirt-), ii dmirons of rentlr-R a woll-fur-
nirrea iroiii roim, lit with Ra, to one or two "m
tlcnu'D, Hituaicd for.r (nmures we -it of the Pontomce.
AddrtMH C. K. B , tliiHolTue. cp27-b
iOH HENT Gall in Coviiifftou, ni-ar tho cor
uerot GrrctiUD and 8erond--.ti . tlm Hrit HtM.r
on second. 1 have one htiiiae of four rovm, with
plenty of water, and one dow finished roon, for dry
goods or he (ttore-'all r.-mple'e. Together or sep
arata. Apply to B. CI NM fN(;HAM. ae7-b
f6h rfSt-ratlkoad OFFICK-A wll.
JL Vcntilfttpd. nloitKAnt rMtm. nn thn ft re ftrw.f .f
Daily Pipsr building, anitablo for Railroad or la
Huritnro Office. Apply at Prosa CouiiUug-rooui, Vine
st., opposite Cut-foni-hniiBP. aeir d
OAll D1NO A pleasant frent room, with pas,
enu ouniu. Apply ut 1S1 Jnn-Hl, sevuT
BOARDING Several gentlemen can be ac
commodated with board and rooms at
I tlth-st , corner of Broadway. to&vb
BOAHUlG A gentleman and wifo cau bo ac
commodated wlih a rleasaut front room and
Isiaid in a private family; reLsreucas xoulllred. As,
Isiaid in a privute family; reLs
ply at Mo. IS McFuland-Bt.
BUAHD1NG-A gentleman and wire, without
children, or two or three single gentlemen,
ran obtain a large unfurnished room, wilh good
board, ut 70 Oeorge-st. so27-b
BOAR MM U Furnished or unfurnished rooms
lor families or single g utlemn-also eecom
inidntions liir transient and day-boarders at 87
J ust Third-st., one door from Broadway. s27-b
BOARDING One nice room, suitable for a
ftimily or single gentlemen; also, one siugle
room; accommodations Tor a few day-boarders. Ap
ply at iistS Fourth-t between I'lum and Central
BOARDING One or two elnglo gentlemen
rnu De accommodated with pleasant board la
an Eastern family, by applying at 77 George-st.,
second doer alsive Plum. A few day-boarders also
desired. Terms very moderate ae26-b
BOARDING A gentleman and wife can ob
taiu boanl and a pleasant front room, fur
nished or nnfurnished, in a private family ; or two
siuale geutlen.en ran ill. tain the same, by applying
on the premises, 137 George-st., between Central
av. and John. ee2fi-b
BOARDING A pleasant front room, second
iloor, uufutnisbed, I ra family; single gentle
men can be accommodated, also two or three day
boarders, at iitttt Mntb-st., between Ceutrnl-av.
and John. se2r-d
BOARDING A gentleman a .d lady, or a few
slnglo gentlemen, can be accommodated with
hrst-class boarding, and front rooms, in a private
family, by applyiog at 10'J) Pium-st.,aliove Fourth.
N. M. fhe house is lurulshed with gas aud bath
room, wlih hot and cold water
BOARDING In a private family, on Mount
Auburu. A faraib , or a few boarders, can be
f leasautly situated, with rooms to suit No objec
Ion to children. Also, accommodations f r h irse
and carriage. Inquire of O. L. BAT HBO It N K,
134 Walnut-it. ae2A-c
STOLEN-OK 81 It A YXD From pasture near
Licking Boiling-mill, a small red cow, with
a while star on her forehead, turned-ln horns, a
w hite spot on her hind-quarters, hind feet white ;
to have a call In a few days Any person giving in
formation so that she may be recovered will be lib
erelly rewarded by Rlt'HA KD CON WAY, Cooper.
U STTT"P,f "-im RICHARDS, Covington, or
PATBICit CODY, 17 Watr..t., Uincinnat", Ohio.
T O(sT-0n the evening of the afith Inst., In pass
MA lug out of St. Clair-alley, and across Bevciitb
st to s. uth side, thence toward Main, a pair of
Gold hpectacles, sliding temples The Under will
be liberally rew.rdcd l.y leaving them with the un
dersigned, at 9 Weal ocvenlti-sc.
C. GAR RETT.
f OrsT-COW Strayed.on thebth insiaut, lioui
au near the Jamestown Ferry landing, in Fu ton,
a ivd tuw ; while spot nn her forehead : horus wide
part and nharp : spot on her right side. A suita
ble rewaid will be paid for her return, or for iufor
niatlou as to her whereabouts.
7-1' J W. FERG03KM
ttTRAYKD-oll bToLKN Will 1'iJ COW
" With short horns, little red on the neck and
ears and white lace Any person givi .g luforiu.
JOHN mI'm 1! "'J1 " 1 by ihe subscrib ,r,
JOHN AlcUL'ou, 8ixih aud baum-sts. ae2j.b
IlEKMINAI,-JOHKI'H N, I'KKuY.wlios.m.
limes calls himself Frai.k ililler, Is iuform d
lle.t his mother is now a a idow, aud would lie gbl
to see him at 108 Vauhorn at. se26-b
TU18 DAY, BEI'TtMBEK 27, AT t P. M.
v For Parkrrsburg and Wheeling
llLAtill, will leme sb nhove. , '
.a; T. McUI IIMt, Agent. nmT
V M.WIL80JI McKW, ja .
! JEWELER. Mlt
8uth-west Corner Mala and Fourth-ata.
Clocks and Watches repaired by experleuced
Si 0 , ".Ju-t received, a Gaaea kugiisu
Walnut aud Mushroom CalsuuT
For sal, wholeeaie and retaVl; by
. . a mcnXi.d a o.,
rl7 lit! and Branch 'ill W Wonrihi
PURR CIDKK I.KGAa.-ia BBI.8. i
puis Cider inegar,
At" A COLTtR. .
1 aiOaJa! M.ln-at.
svf lilKS-On cousigumeut.
, ... AAHUN A. COI.TKK, '
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THE DAILY PRESS.
THUKSDA ....-......... J KPTRIt(BER97
Wre, Optician, September 20 :
OViOC. Baromrttr. TSmrmnmtUt.
,1 A. m ,.,,-Jv. i-9. r r. Above aero oa
' M. .. ..m 71 . I ! A bora aero on
r m . av st Adot aero tvt
I'XTTHRB DlTAIHlD FOR 'AFT Of POATASl,
Wednesday, September 28, 1800:
Mike Maeltey. I'rhana, Ohio.
A. H., CovlngioD, Kv. 1
M. Olimcr, Dayton, Ohio.
TTKtTPn Rvitta r.v..,M . .... r
- . . .... ii n.in vusrsni. i ,
Tliomati Holtom, of this excellent company,
win icnse accept onr inanss lor uaytoa
favors in advance of tho mail.
A n a vg'a 1?vdi Psusiw A .1 ' 77
press Company 3esterday very kindly fur-
ntf:hrl US with lnt t'a.ln.n l.nio.vtlln . .1
JVnshvillo papers, all in advance of the mail,
ioi wuiuu iiiejr iisYo our tuanKS.
Kailiioad Offics FOB ilRNT A wnll-
rentilntcd, pleasant room, on the first floor of
the Daily Press building, suitable for rail
road or insurance office. Apply at the PitKsa
Oountine-room, Vine-Btrcet, opposite the
POPKICT PlPKirn A mnn nnnierl Tnvnea T.
Tice had his pocket picked, last evening, in
the neighborhood of the Opera-honse, of a
wnu-u vaniea at siu, ami a porie-monnaio
containing $27 in bank-bills and coin.
Rhal-Ebtat Salb. J. GrafT On. snld
yesterday to William -Jmith a throe-story
crick bouse with lot twenty-one by ninety
feet, on George, between Cutter and Linn,
for $5,000. Terms, one-half cash, balance
in one and two years.
Terpsiciiorean. Mr. and Mrs. Hhank. the
popular teachers of dancing, have leased the
Idelodeon for the coming season, and will
open tneir school on the lath proximo. Their
reuuinuun is quite exienacu, ana we doubt
not their classes will be larger than they
hare ever been heretofore.
Fresh TinAmvn fl v T.;0 . vn on
Sixth street, has received Frank Leslie's
jnuii tiny wnzeeieoi r asnion, ana ine following
hebdomadals for thia week: "Harper's
Weekly," "Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun, 'the
n aveny niHgazine ana ine iiousenold
Journal of Informatinn. Amnaemnnt and
Domestic Economy," anew publication, just
started in New York.
Arrest of a Brace of BoRnt.Ans. A
couple of men named John C. Oreea and
William Chapman, were arrested and taken
before Judge Lowe yeBterdoy morning,
charged with feloniously entering the stable
of Patrick Sheale with intent to rob it. Tbcy
will be examined to-morrow morning, hav
ing been committed in the mean time in de
fault of bail in the sum of $1,000 each.
Girl Found Drowned. The body of 'a
little girl was found floating in the river,
near Pleasant Run, a few days since, which
seemed to have been in the water several
weeks, and was in an advanced state of de
composition. Justice Walters was called,
and held an inquest upon the body, but the
Investigation developed not hing which would
tend to the discovery of the parents of the
girl, or the means of her death.
Child Ron Over and Nearly Killed.
A lad about six years of age, named Jatnes
Thomas, whose parents reside in Linn-street
near Bank, was run over, yesterday morn
ing, by an express wagon, and nearl killed.
His riiht arm waa broken, and several of his
ribs fractured in such a manner that it is
feared h:s lungs have been punctured. Med
ical aid was called and every attention
shown him, but a late hour last evening his
recovery was deemed improbable.
iNJtTBY TO THE NEW MaSONIO TeMPLE -
Our readers, and doabtless the entire com
munity, will regret to learn that from somo
cause, the new Masonic Temnle. which
promised to be one of the finest buildings of
me miiu id ine country, nas Dcen seriously
injured by the settling of the foundation.
It is cracked from the first story almost to
the top, on Walnut-street, and, from appear
ances, the crevice iB growing larger daily.
Of course, there is no danger that it will fall,
but the wall is injured, and even now its
beauty is marred, and se fear will become
Abrebt of an Alleoed Dishonest Porter.
A man, named Julius R. Hoist, porter in the
establishment of Charles V. Dougherty k
Co., No. D6 Pearl-street, was armio-nerl be
fore Judge Lowe yesterday morning, on a
charge or petty larceny. It is supposed that
auring nis connection witn the hrm, which
lias now lasted several vears. he has robbed
it of six or seven thousand dollars' worth of
goods, but as they were taken at different
times, and in small quantities, the charge
was made as above stated. His residence
was searched, and a number of the missing
articles discovered. He was committed to
jail, in default of bail in the sum of (300, to
await an examination, to take place to
morrow. Singular Comiutuent from a Country
Magistrate li-obabU Homicide. Day be
fore yesterday a quarrel occurred in Ander
son Township between two men named
Elisha Easton and Edward Smith, during
which the latter waa so seriously wounded
by an ax in the hands of bis adversary, that
it is thought he can not recover. Easton
was immediately arrested and taken before
Justice Hiram Bodine, who, after an exam
ination, committed him to jail in default of
bail in the sum of $500. to await a trial be
fore the next term of the Court of Common
Pleas, on a charge of assault with intent to
As the mittimut of the Magistrate is unique,
we have determined to give it, omitting the
"whereas" at the beginning and the "there
fore" at the end, verbatim tt literatim:
"EHsha Easton did on this, the 2.th dav of Sep
tember A I) into at the county ,f Hamilton aftru
said in and npon him the said Kdward tsiuitu then
aiid there being unlawfully and forcebly m.keau
a.sault and that the aaid klisha Easton with a rail
and a rs-rlain sxe the hand and body of him the
said Edward Hmlch Voluniarely unlawfully KUd on
impose did strike cot peiietrait and da igerously
wound with Intent theu aud there toe said Kilward
.-ml h mallicioubly unlawfully aud pourposely tokili
Dipthfria and its Cure Simple and Effl
cacioui ktmtily for tit Diieate.'l'h'iB singu
lar disease, which has thus far seemed to
faille the skill of our best physicians, has
become so prevalent and has been so gener
ally fatal, that any suggestion iu regard io
its cure will hardly prove uniuteresting. Its
causes are not known, and therefore all
treatment bui heretofore been merely ex
perimental; but its pathognomonic symp
toms are so diversified and dissimilar, that
In many instances the throat of the patient
closes, and be diet before his disease has been
The diagnostic by which it is known
from oilier complaints of the throat, is the
formation of a membrane which increases
gradually until the patient is literally stran
gled to death. It is somotimes accompanied
l.w , .... . ...
uj unui ouuii, nuu tr&uouie ruainsuuu 01 me
entire Bjsiem, and at others by neither of
thl'RA kV KltlO.li.a uu in .III,.. 1. !
these symptoms, yet in either case it is
f r'uiul. To arrest the formation of
'. A U HI, CSV fcUO iUTLUt&UUU OI
this membrane would therefore seem equi-
Taitjin iu curing me disease, and this In most
liiKtanraa mnv Ks Anna L. 1 1 i
. - "J wwuu iu IUC lUlIUWIUg
Id the early stages of the complaint, which
is always accompanied by a soreness and
swelling of the throat, let the patient use a
simple solution of salt and water, as a gar-
f ie, every fifteen minutes. t the tame
mie, moisteu a piece of flannel with a solu
tion of the same kind, made warm aa the
f atient can bear it, and bind it around his
L r 1 bu t Mnswlnff It a. n ft n n - .1.. 1 .
--' - - - mm u,,vu IU IU C gWrg;S IS
administered, and in the meanwhile aprink-
ling fine salt between the flannel and tha
nttk. Use inwardly some tonic, or stimu
lant, elifcer separately, or if the prostration !
be great, use both together. 1 The treatment, I
a ana be aeen. is extremely simple, and, if 1
taaeU la h earlier atageg oj u disease, will i
eitect a aWpleia cure, ' I
City Council—Proceedings Last Night.
council met lasr nigni at me umml hour,
President Torrence in the chair. Minutes of
me previous meeting reaa ana approved.
Mr. Uollister presented a resolution to
the effect that Kemper-etreet bo vacated.
A petition was prescntedby Mr. Eggleston,
from four or five hundred citizens, asking
that Council provide for retaking the census
of the city. Referred to a select committee,
consisting of Eggleston, Noble and Donley.
A communication from the Board of
Supervisors was read, which recomtueurls the
purchase of a new steam fire-engine, at a
cost not exceeding $5,500.
A resolution, contracting with Messrs. A.
k B. Latta, was made tho special order for
next Wednesday evening.
The appropriations for tho expenses of the
city for the month of October were made,
and the report of tlio City Auditor read and
Mr. Weasner offered a resolution, author-
iv.inrr tho PneassimpQlmnt llmlv,. .
. .oivv. '. nj lOUIJIiktlJ
to construct a track on Fifth-street, from
Keiiinii-avenne to cmiiu, providing the con
sent of the property-holders could bo had.
Mr. Mnrnh ttinnsht ilia nn,nnn-. Hl 1-1
. " ' M.w -fiiiu.iijr oiiuinu
come to Council with the consent of the
propcriy-noiuers, ana not get permission of
Mr. Wpnenar rinfunilarl 1,1a Man1i:A-
.. . uu..uuuu " ' u ivniuuuu, 1WIU
stated the reasons why tho company asked
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway
COIlld hn thp.n parriorl rlirntlv tn nAniA.
..j kiiv; nuict
of the ritv.
Mr. Eggleston thought this resolution was
contrary to law, and, although in favor of
the winrpment T,rr,f(,i-Ti,t 1 . ! , , i
laid over until' the City Solicitor could give
..a vjiiinuu in regata to ine legality of the
pasFRpe of the resolution.
. . . ..
air, anw-, tue liity aolicitor, was called
upon, and stated that he thought it was safe
w g.auv mis rrqiKs. oi ine company ir the
Conncil regarded it as wise to do so, al
though a strict construction of the law would
wo.uij npiJiT uuij ut sucr roaas as laa
cen begun and not completed.
Mr. Snnrlomoa anM tltia waa nnl M .....
sion of a road, bat was intended as a con
nection of two distinct routes, and therefore
could not come under the section of the law
whieh had been referred to. He thought it
was equivalent to establishing a new roadi,
and this could not be done under the law
umn ine council naa extvertiscd for pro
posals for the contract.
Mr. Marsh said the matter must be
brought before Council, if at all, by ordi
nance, and hoped it would be done legally.
Mr. V easner stated that he believed the
Council had the authority to pass this reso
lution, else he would not have offered it.
The connection wonld be an accommoda
tion to the public: if the property-holders
did not consent, the resolution was null.
Council was fritting away its time, and he
hoped the discussion would ccaso and the
Mr. Eggleston hoped It would be referred
to the Law Committee, in connection with
the City Solicitor, and that they would re
port the proper thing to pass. This was
offered in tho shape or a motion, and after
some discussion it was defeated by a vote of
seven to sixteen. The question on the res
olution was then put and carried by a vote
of fifteen to eight.
Mr. Eggleston appealed from this decision
and held that it took the votes of eighteen
members to pass such a resolution. It ought
to state, he said, how long the companies
wished to occupy the street, and what the
contract was under which they intended to
construct the road.
A lonr discussion ensued in regard to this
appeal, in which Messrs. Weasner, Marsh,
W alker, Snodgross and others took part.
The charter of the city, the Ferguson Bill,
the ordinances of the city and rules of the
Council were quoted at length, and the sub
ject of street mil way contracts discussed ad
nauicam. The decision of the Chair was
sustained, by a vote of thirteen to nine.
Mr. Weasner offered a resolution to the
effect that the City Auditor be instructed to
pay no officer of the Police Court or police
men any witness or jury fees due to another
person, for which said officer may have re
ceived the order from the person entitled to
Mr. Whitcomb opposed the resolution, bo
cause, be said, the raonev would not be saved
to the City Treasury. The fees come out of
the pocket of the persons who are presented
before the Court, unless the defendant hap
pened to be some wretch whose destiny was
the butcher-shop over the way.
Mr. Marsh said there were "universal wit
nesses" about the Court, who were called
upon all occasions, and had themselves called
merely for the swearing seventy-five cents
out of the City Treasury.
Pending the discussion of this resolution,
Weekly Report of the City Auditor.
The City Auditor last night reported to the
City Council the following receipts and ex
penditures of the city for the week ending
on Saturday last, together with the amount
of money remaining in the Treasury at that
.. 1.9 47
................... 4,r rt
................... !W .BIT 44
. tl,3s9 23
................... S.I2S 19
Superior Court Fund......
line' est lund..
Woi k -house rund
Fire D pa it men I rued..
punting r una,,
Commi n School Fund...
Colored School Fund..
Light Fund.. .............
General Fnud.... 6,4.t7 G6
Police Court and City Prison Fund......... I9U (O
Watch Fnnd........ 4,a?9 ss
Interest Fui d . . 4,410 00
ire Di partniont Fnnd w 47
Ci lnmeii Scho' 1 Fin d........... 17,213 aa
Colored School Fund.....,,.,.. r. .......... 437 ga
There were remaining in
ury the following sums:
I nterest fc m A
the City Treas-
..... ... 107,701 .13
I Wl (19
............ 1.1 li9 34
cash).... 76.009 69
... - 8,419 43
............ .Is, 1110 H
.............. 27,6 77
...... W.204 V2
Superior Court Fii't'id'"".'.. "."
r ire uepanuient mind...
I-ieht Fund ........
Work-house Fund .,
Mc Mi sen Fund.............
Sil king Fund
Common School Fund (bonds and
IVI...-.. U..K....1 r 1
iloue of Befuite Fuud'lV.7r.V.7.V,
Unjustifiable Arrest. George C. Wilson
was arrested on Sunday night, on the charge
of committing the burglary on the house of
E. A. Thompson, on Saturday night, aud
was discharged on Tuesday, without ex
amination. It is evident that there was ne
doubt of the innocence of Wilson, and that
bis arrest was unjustifiable. It is no trifle
for an innocent man to be arrested on charge
of burglary, and put in our City Prison, and
published in the police reports. Nothing but
reasonable ground for suspicion can justify
officers in such an arrest, aud from what we
have learned of this case, there was no
ground of suspicion at all, but it was such a
inicK-BKunea operation of the police, as
would make any person in danger of arrest.
Wilion boarded in the vicinity, and con
tinued to do SO after the burirlarr. This
seems to have been the main cause of his ar
rest, although to common sense it would pre
vent suspicion attaching to him. The
burglary was skillfully performed. Wilson's
appearance is enough to couviuce any sensi-
loo uenon mat ne couia not nave Deen the
burglar: and bis character is said to be such
as to place him above suspicion, to all who
W hen an innocent person is arrested for
crime, a great wrong is perpetrated, and
there can be no excuse for arresting an in
offensive person without positive grounds of
suspicion, which there were not in this case.
It gives m much pleasure to add mv testi
monial to the many already published in
favor of the Graver k Baker Sewing-machine.
I have had three years, experience, and have
always found it reliable. It stitches most
beautifully, and Is so easily managed that my
little girl, six years old, can work it with
perfect aaie. Mrt. O. G. Comttotk, Port,,
moutk, O. , ,
' Cheap aj Bi. Choice oystars at Wag.
gt ner s, No. 6 Sixth-afreet, aud H03Oentral
avanae, fcbove Fifth, art selling for $1 a can.
Xley ar large and fine; try them.
Tiki's OpyiA-nonui.-Jurlge Conrad's
traa-edy of Jar CWswIU be presented at this estab
lishment to-night, la connection with the clever
farce of A Kin im (As Dart. The Gale si iters, whe
nightly make new friends by their .rscefnl and
modest dances, will execute a po V sV'ir, th whole
forming an cntertalnmont worthy of a full house.
National Theater. Lonit XI will be
repeated at th Kational this venlnr, with Mr.
Roberts as th "King." Th sitters Henrade will
appear In one of their bewildering danoea, and Ad
dle Proctor and Mr. Bobson in the favorite farce of
Portio Rbadinds mis Evening. Miss
Vauehsn, daughter of a former well-known jonr
nalist of this city, will give readings from the poets
this evening at tho hall of tho Literary Club, No.
T West Seventh-street, between Vine ami Race,
Sho is aald to b a very aceompllshod dramatic
render, and comes to ns with high comtnendatloi
from the Fast. liar olouct is a most worthy ono and
wo hope she will be gre tod by a lnrgo audience,
which, we feel confident, she deiorve.
Tiiiodon's Museum of Arts. This is an
attractive exhibition, combining panorama with
antrmaton figure. Tho automaton slack-rope per-'
romance Is a very curious and life-like pleco of mechanism.
The Douglas Reception—The Crowd at
the Depot—The Meeting at the Courtstreet
At the time appointed for the arrival of
the railroad train from Dayton, in which
Mr. Douglas was expected, an anxious crowd
of about 1,000 persons assembled at the
Depot, to weleomo him to this city. The
cars arrived at about half past seven o'clock,
and, much to the chagrin of tho3C who had
hoped to see Mr. Douglas, ho was silently
conveyed to a carriitfeo, and in a few minutes
he was at the Burnet House, resting from
the fatigues he had endured during the day.
As soon as it was known that ho was in
town, a general rush was made for tho
Court-street Market-space, and hy the time
appointed for tha organization, "the whole
space was literally jammed by men of all
political parties, desirous to see and hear a
candidate for the Presidency. The numbers
present, and enthusiasm exhibited, re
minded us of the ovations to General Scott
in 1852, when be made bis celebrated tour
to the Bine Lick Springs. It was certainly
the largest gatheting ever hold in Cincin
nati. Three speakers occupied the stand during
the evening, until about half-past ten, when
Mr. Doaglas made bis appearance, and was
greeted with a continued round of applause
for abont ten minutes, while in his carriage;
after which he, with great difficulty made
his way to the stand, where be returned the
greetings with which he bad been received,
by means of gestures, his voice having al
most entirely failed him.
The disappointment of the audience At his
failure to address them, was great, but their
regrets were of no avail. When they had
satisfied themselves with seeing him, tho
people began quickly to disperse, being
wenricd with remaining in a cramped posi
tion for over three hours.
A Modern Silemds Opposed to "Fancy
Drunks." A "good-fcllow," well-known in
the city for his social qualities and his ability
to out-drink Bacchus and Silenus, without
endangering his physical equilibrium, was
present the other evening at a merry-making,
where Champagne was superabundant.
Our iron-brained and copper-stomached
hero, nfier dispatching half-a-dozen of
Mum's Cabinet, without showing its effects
in the least, called a servant and said to him,
confidentially: "D n these fancy drinks!
I've tasted a little of them: but they don't
even give a feller a sensation. Bring npa
dtmijohn of brandy; there are several of us
here that wont to take a drink before we go
The order was obeyed, and the modern
Silenus. after imbibing a quart of "Otard,"
said he began to feel nearly right, and walked
home wilh two companions, who, though
they had drank less than one-tenth f much
as he, were unable to determine whether
they were citizens of Cincinnati, the Czar
of Russia, or the Declaration of Inde
pendence. A Fortune-Tkller in Trouble Arrest of
a Woman for l'aieing' Counterfeit Coin.
Day before yesterday afternoon, a woman
calling herself Rosanna Dixon alias Bowen,
was arrested on charge of passing counter
feit half-dollars upon a confectioner, near
the corner of Pearl and Sycamore-streets,
and also upon a dry-goods dealer in the same
vicinity. It was also stated that she had
offered to sell to some negresses and courte
sans, on Second-street, $1 of the bogus
coin for $3 of good money. Yesterday af
ternoon, she was examined before Justice
Merchant, and held in $500 bail, in default of
which she was committed to jail for trial
before the United States Court.
Rosanna, who is said to be the wife of a
notorious counterfeiter, Wm. Bowen, at
present in the city of Louisville, Ky., as
sumes to be a fortune-teller, but in this in
stance she appears to have been unable to
determine her own, or she would not have
exposed herself to the danger of imprison
ment in the Penitentiary or the State.
Reunion of the Woodward Cutb. The
annual reunion of the Old Woodward Club
will take place to-day. . Tho game of foot
ball will be played on the Orphan Asylum
Lot, at half-past eight o'clock, A. M. In the
afternoon, at balf-past three o'clock, after
prayer by the Rev. T. J. Biggs, D. D., and
music by Menter's Band, the oration will be
delivered by the Hon. George E. Pugh.. The
benediction will be pronounced by the Rev.
L. D. Huston, of Tennessee. The Old Wood
ward Boys will then form in order, descend
ing from the hall, and after parsing three
times around the building, encircle the grave
of the late William Woodward, aud remove
their hats, while "the old bell" is tolled by
the first student. The band will play a
dirge. The students will then join hands
on the green, on the spot where the old Col
lege stood, and sing "Old Laufl Syne," after
which they will join in procession and march
to the Burnet House.
Non-explobivi, Carbonized Bcrninq
FLi'in. The necessity for a cheap and con
venient portable light, bos long been felt,
and various are the chemical combinations
that hare been made, to effect the desired end.
But none of the fluids heretofore used have
been free from serious defects. The stench
attached to coal-oil has practically excluded
it from use, altera year or two of trial, and
the danger of attending the others, have
proved a grave hindrance to their general
use. But a new. and. we believe, entirelv
unobjectionable composition, has been made
by an Eastern scientific gentleman, which is
manufactured and for sale by O. R. Bartlett
k Co, No. 28 West Front-street, Cincinnati.
.1 u iiuvc accu 11 euusiuciurii w leaieu, ana
find that it emits a light as brilliant as fluid
or coal-oil, while it is free from all explosive
qualities, aud is without smell.
Important to Those Afflicted. Dr. A.
H. Smedley of New York City, invites es
pecial attention to his newly-discovered
practice tor the safe, speedy aud radical cure
of stuttering and stammering. Dr. S. is now
at the Gibson House in this city, where he
will remain for a few days only. Those af
flicted should withont fail consult him before
he leaves, as be brings with him the highest
testimonials of science and success in the
treatment of stammering.
Hon. Stephen A. Douglas at the Me
chanics' Fair. We loam that the commit
tee have invited Hon. Stephen A. Douglas
to visit the exhibition of the Mechanics' In
stitute this afternoon, and it it expected that
ha will attend.
Dr. J. B. Francis extracted ten teeth for
me to-day without paiq, at his oflice, No.
13T West Fourtb-etreet.
MRS. ELLEN McGRIER.
CINCINNATI, September 24.
Furnitcri a? Auction. This morning at
nine o'clock, J. Graff k Co. sell the furaiiura
of a family, at Mo. 879 WalnuHtreel, Bee
advertisement.' i .
Fo work of a superior quality and very
low prices, visit Johnson's Gallery, Ninth
tvu d Ma
Jeilge Mallen railed Ihe default list la Boom
The Slate r. Jaace.li Hill. The defendant was
trii fl bclcic ,lmlie Collins, for etaMiiug be nard
Zelser. AceATilinrf to the testimony for ths StMe,
the ilefniMlanl went lnt') the Two-mil- llmt.i.f a
cofTi-e-houao In Stores Township, of which ,siser is
the proprietor, nn Ihe evening or the lltu June, and
bad an alterestlon there with a man named Blartt.
elacr interfered, and ordered Hill so leave the
heiise-ai d on his declining to do so. he nt hlmont.
After he had been put outside, and 5. wai walking
buck In 1 his bar-room, the di fendant stru -V III n In
tho stile with s sins-matter's anil". InHlctlt.g a
wound two and a hull Indies deep. He wssi oulini-d
two weeks to his bed from the Injnrv. n the part
of defendant, a case of sell-defenso ires rliilnvd.
A verdict ef guilty was returned, as rhargesl in
the second count of the Indictment.
AaswNMrWT ma Brxr.rtT or CarniTons. An as
signment, cxernted bv John !. I'ark In tleors-e A.
V heeler, for bom lit of creditors, was put on file.
The total amount of tho prois-rty assiitucd is
Political. Tho Republican State Control
rcmmltteehnve Issued an mblress to the people of
Kentucky, In which they a-t forth the objects f
their Mrty In sn able and candid manner. Thev
hnve likewise filled nil the existing vncnticiel on the
le. tonil Ticket which la now fairly in Ihe lield.
The ticket Is as fellows:
0 Tlt STATS AT LAME.
&!!fn A' Birton, Lancaster, (lervard County.
Willluiu Threlkcld, Vl.alia, Campbell County.
FOR THE DISTRICTS.
1. Ssinuel MoCnna, Pndnruh, MeOracken Countv.
2 Hnuiucl W. Lunglcy, Spottsvllle, Henderson
:i Joseph W. Calvert, Bowling t!roon Warren
4 Alexander ft. McKco, Somerset, t'nliskl
5. liobertij. Wintorsmiih, F.lir.abothtown, Herd In
0 Thomas Coyle, Speedwell P. O., Madison
7 Kilimr Keedlmin, rlty of Louisville,
fi I,. Mareton. Millersburg, Bourlion County.
Harry B llroailns, Anhlntnl, llovd Comity.
Io. Charles Ucudley, Newport, Campbell Uounty.
Circuit Court. The Circuit Court wns
yesterday exclusively employed In disposing of the
civil docket. The caee of Eugleston r. Ihe I'hienlx
Insurance fom nnny, in which the plnliitift" claims
fl aw on a policy of insurance, went to the .lory
about eleven o'clock, but no verdict has vet been
rei dcred. The Griind Jury found litleen indict
ment, yesterday, which will be reported this morn
lug. Special Election. Wm. Ernst was yes
terdsy elected President of the Oonnrll without on
position. The vote polled was very small, prnbahlr
rninbering about 500. Ko many persona ii.ivel.oen
Indicted for Illegal voting, nt the last election, that
the people generally did not desire to run any risk
Honor to Tn Prince of Wales A spe
cial committee from Cincinnati yesterday called on
Slayir lio- ,lson, and invited him to partake iu the
reception of the I rlnre nt Wales, which he declined
to do, for the reason that bo objects showing that
personage any homage not due to a private gentle
Eilllort 0 till Daily Prtm:
In your paper ot the i th yon notice the indict
ment of sundry citizens for illegal voting. Am .rig
thcniare men who, I believe, are gooj citizens:
none of jonr brawling politicians, but men who
simply exercise their rit'lits nt good nien-aln-nvs
go to the polls, vote, and go home, or to their plai-o
ol busiuess. It is certainly verv small husin-ss on
the part of the jury, who originated the in licl-lm-nts.
They show themselves as much lit for their
placet- as the juitwee of the polls or elections, who
will allow a man that be must know personally ifor
in this small town nearly all know each other), to
vote, when be, the judge, knows llrnt the place of
voting has been chanited, and that the voter does
not know it. The ridiculous custom of changing
the polls every month or two has caused a groat
many mm to lose their votes nt msnv ,-,.. i.
cbhkc they could not And where the polls were,
aiilrn they wasted more time than any rllifen is
tvlllins to throw away; and it is time there was a
general change. We have one now, atnl I hopn It
will bo an improvement; it Is most certainly iu Ihe
II Ihose gentlemen did vote Illegally, punish them;
aye, put them to plckieg stone. But it Is fid. to
say they voted illegally; not one of this sapient
jury but knows that those gentlemen a-e fully
entitled to vote in the place of their residence: uud
they resided In this town, and arc, In most in
stances, much better men than those who got up
the indictment. Kor shame t Let it not bo toldT
There waa meanness eunuch exhibited on the day
ol election; enongh to make a an ashamed of his
country. Crowds of half grown boys roamed the
tity and drove away from the polls peaceablo
.v.. .. . nwji sus wen anown, cut ine
powers that bo, atood by and I 'Hiked on. In fact.
the election wns likn tlm nH,.. nno - HA.....7
lKimis election II... r .i..ik. 7 ""'
Mayor's Court. John Perry was vester-
flav tilled nln Anil cnslu l,v Movnt. 11. r.-
! iug his family. .ous
An Amritious City. Some of tho more
prominent citizens of this place are making sn effort
i oil dure the Pi I nee of Wales to pay a It) lug visit
here, while sojourmug in Cincinnati. It is sug
gested that onr i'ire liepurtlneut should bo brought
out on ths occasion, and that Ills Koyal Hl4huug
..,v a,... vw'i mil II, ,II(T (Ills IIIC-IIOIISO.
The Arrest of George C. Wilson.
Since a paragraph on this affair was
written, we have received the following
communication from Mr. Wilson, which we
publish as a specimen of the course of just
ice; To thi Editor of the Daihi Prett:
I desire to make known to you the facts
connected with my arrest for the crime of
burglary. On Sunday last, toward evening,
1 was arrested by two officers, while stand
ing on the sidewalk near my boarding-house,
asd taken to Hammond-street Station-house.
On our way there, aud after being informed
of the nature of the crime for which I had
been arrested, I begged of the pOicers to
take me directly to the person's house who
had been robbed, so that I might be released
in case I was not identified as the burglar.
My request was refused. When at tho station-house,
I again begged to be taken before
the person, but without avail. I was thrust
into a cell and kept there for some three hours
before Mr. E. A. Thompson, the person said
to have been robbed, made his appearance.
It was then after gas-lighting. He (Thomp
son) examined me, and remarked that "If I
was not the man, I looked very much like
him, with the exception of my whiskers
those of the burglar being very largo, almost
covering the entire face. The color of my
cap and pants corresponded with those worn
by the burglar. Thompson agreed to appear
against tue, and I was again thrust into the
cell to wait till morning.
On the following morning, when I started
for the Police Court, I desired the officer
having me in charcre. to take ma til in v
boarding-house (a very little out of the wav)
that I might get the names of such wit
nesses aa t desired to subpoena. This was
refused, and I waa taken . directly to the
court-house. At Thompson's instance, a
hearing was postponed until the following
morning, and I was taken to the County Jail
and placed among murderers, thieves, bur
glars, 4c. On my way to the jail, I desired
the officer to go with me that I might pro
cure bail for my appearance, or see some one
of whom to ask advice; my request was not
granted. When the case was called, ou
Tuesday morning, Mr. Thompson was not
present, and I was discharged.
I had banded in the names of twelve or
thirteen witnesses, three of whom were my
room-mates, and could testify to my being
in bed by ten o'clock on Saturday night;
that I was in bed at two o'clock in the morn
ing, and that I got up after daylight. Sub
pumas were served on all the witnesses ex
cept these three the principal ones.
I was on the streets nenrly all day on
Sunday, in different sections of the city,
w earing the same clothes (cap and pants in
cluded) that I had worn for weeks.
This is not inteuded as a communication,
but simply to furnish you with the tacts in
my case, provided you may wish to allude to
the aHair. Had it not bean for my array of
witnesses, their known characters, and for
the fact that I was visited while in my cell,
by many prominent persons (printers, local
editors, reporters, k-..,) I am constrained to
believe that my chances of escape would
hart been very doubtful.
GEO. C. WILSON.
Taui Fxslino Antagonistic to Rum
ua kino. The Chicago Journal observes:
When men actually feei ther do not
writhe in rhyme; they do not bewail In hexa
meters or any other meters, but just keea
out of sight and as quiet as they can, until
tbev are well over it. Mo man nor woman
with a spark ef true poetio feeling ever
writes a solitary verse over a mother1 new
made grave, and if suuh instances ar found,
then so fsur it makes against tha poet. But
let the brave iiul flowers of another spring
blossom on the mound, let th anguish sub
aid into grief, and tb grief soften into, r
gret, and then it may be we shall hare tha
plaintive aong of a loving memory, chast
tned by onow', and btauuflad. by tuna.
CTinN fMT.F-ny coop, ft "Toftra.
rM ?L K"1 ;st by order of tort. 4
ii.. --Pif "V J;i" d' of September, Ih-s. a ,
nlwoelcs-Jt In the for-nnon, on the premtew, will '
he sold tothc hlehc.t bidder, and the sab. en Inned,'
''"""T' r.1'uVlS ". until the whole I of I
ZZ if,, ,' I oi. "0Ws""' r"M "'", as tho nrogf
erly of Charles Phelps, deceased, to-wlt: r
No. I. That lot nn tl.e w... - - - -
Cincinnati, i,l,( Iietween haw. .a r.
streets, bnlns tt feet wide In front ; and thence eg.
tending west, at right angles to I'ike-street, lb
same width Its entire depth, ooteee, n,n i
having a lliroo-stotv brick lioesc aid other Im peeve.
tnnt thereon; said lot Is bomtded o tha north br
lot conveyed by N. Isinswortb and wl hy . if.
loader's e'ffli'r ""' "' P"" "f rt'l'"'i Ifi "ld K.
i 5 rpr." 'Hi! ' tn. of l"werl at l,0cA '
1 No 2. l hat piece ol land on west tide nf Plki
Street, ''' tween Hymmes and Oongrese-stiw .fa, im
Cincinnati, (ihlo, beginning 20 f.-et iiorlli of
tongress-street, at the north-east corner ef lo
conveyed by N Longworth to B. (1. Mas-Is; Ilicnc
extending north, alung the westlloeof Pike-strevi
ST.'t feet: and thence west, at right anglea to Pike
si rect, the same width its entire depili, en ft, t
an nllcy, having tlioreou thre two-tory brick oot.
Appraised (Tree of dowr at ti,oon, ' i
No. 3. Those two lot on Ihe west aide of Sixth
street, in Hubbard and Williams's tnhdlrlsnn.
commencing at a point oil feat n rth from toek
strcet: theuce extending north 90 feet, and thnnoa
extending west Ihe same width Its entire depth, ls
feet; being naposits the Marine Hospital, having a
tsvn-stnry double-brick dwelling Louse thereon.
Free id dower, . ;
Appraised at 1.300. : , )
No 4. flint lot numbered 11, on th plat of sah-A
division of land In Cincinnati, made by Hooper,
W iiod, Miles and Hall, being IU feet In front on thei
east side of Mxth-stroot, and thence extends swot.'
the snuio width Its entire depth, lou foot, bavin ess
Appraise at $."on.
No ft. These two lots numbered M and 31, on th
plat of Voodruftaud Munson's sub-dlvislon of land
in ( im Iniintl, Ohio together having a frontage om
Hnbawk -street of 45 feet, and thence extending
"'" rr fret to an alloy. n4 having alronUgw
or .Jl feet thereon, and having a thrce-story brie
house ihi reoti, aud two brick cottages.
Appraised (frceof dewoi ) at ?J.rl. . i
No. t: That lot, numbered 2,-. on the plat of Wood-
mil and Munson's subdivision of land in Cincinnati.
Ohio, commencing on the north slilo of Mohawk
street. U'.l feet east from Hamburg-street; thsnee) .
extending east JO feet; and thence northerly 90 feet,
to sn nlley 12 feet wide: having no improvement. .
Appraised at (free of doweri $1jO. ,
No. 7. Those tots In Woodruff nJ Hshmi,! ..k.
division i.Jund In Cincinnati, numlssred fti.s SI. ft?. r
fa, M ftf, Jifi. w, M) and f.l. having bo imemvemnt
on any of then; snd said kit No. M being fnrant
bered by a lease for the term of ten years from lb
1st day of November, law, at a lease-rent during th
former five years thoroor of 3l a year, with tb ' t
privilege of purchasing the fro-aimal thereof i .
during tin t time at t.USl. and at a lease rent an. '
nnall) i f 24 during the latter tiro years, with thsv
privilege of purchaeo duriug that tbue at Its), a raw t
Appraised as follows: lot Wo. SO at 1(10; lot jl at
(leu; lot :2 at Simi; lot ra at Slfio: lot M at l lot ' I
i.-.nt dim; lot soat lloo; lot sti at MU; lot 60 at 11 ,
and 6i nt t2.V. '
No.e. That lot nnmheredno. on the plat of DavteT ' '
V adi ssn..vi-i,.a, on the south side of Melaenthosi- ' l
street. Is-tween Jones and Cutler-streets, in Cincln- .
nali, Ohio, commencine loo feet from the nth
east coi ner of Jones and llelancthon-etrcet; rheno t
extcillng eas' ou Mvlaiicthon-atreet 'i lent; aad
tbence north, the same width Its entire depth, at, .
feet to an alley III leet wide; having n improve
nients. ; .sj
Appraised t rfVee of dowerl fnso.
ho.. Those two lots numbered 15 and M on th ,
plal of subdivision ol land In Cincinnati, as madehr
Ambrose Dudley; flirt, lot 1.1, iu block ti of said plat I
of subdivision, Is twenty-fire feet wide in front ok
the south side of Livlngton-streot; and thence e- !
t nding south the ssiue width its entire depth, b7.' 1
feet: and is situated bl feet east of Liuu-stroeU Ins) .
Appraised at $76f. : '
No. in. And, 2d, lot 'v, In Mock I, of said di vistow , I
is 2Y. feet w hle In front on the north side of LilKrty3 ,
street; and thence the same width its whole depth,
extending north s; fet. For a more particular '
description of snld lots, reference is made to tb
vei oi d of said plat, in Book No. w, page 1 16, in said,
Becorder's olhcc. Froo ot dower. '
Appraised at I.Otta. . , i
No. II. Tlnse two lots ofland In Cincinnati, Ohio, . t
nunilKred 4 and 5, on the recorded plat of partition: '
am ng the heirs of Nathaniel Allen, deceased, tss.
taeen Horne slid Ilarriet-slreets, on Front-street, i , I
In Cincinnati, together extending from Front to
8lxlh-streol, having frontage of 22! feet ,,n Front- "
street, imd a Si feet on Uixih-street, and having a '
three-slory brlek store and dwelling therunn: ansl f
having a leas thereon until sixteenth day of May,
in-,4. at an annual rent ol 24, payable in monthly
lustnllmonls until the K.th dav of Slay, livii, ausl t
from tin n nnlll theexplrutinn of the term at an an
nual rent of fcslo, payable In like manner.
Appiuitcd atlfrcoof dower) S2Hsj. . I
No. 12 That lot numbered 4, ou the plat ofland 1st , ,
Cincinnati, tihio, as suBiiivnled by Richard liar. ' ''
risen, rommiucing on the east side of Anderaoo- 1
street, ton net north of Columbia-street; thano ' i
north .Hi feet; nd thence east the same width ita
entire deplh.M feet. Freeofdower. ' '
Aipraiscd at i ' - j
No. 13. That lot numbered 11. on the plat of sub.
division madeiiy hlchard Harrison, of land iu Cin
cinnati, Ohio, on tha south side of Oanal-street, 44 "
leet east of Andi rson street; llieuce ea-terly, ou the, f
south side ot Canal-street, 22 feet; and thence south.
Hie same w idth Hs entire depth, lot) feet, having ni '"
improvement. Free ot dower. . ' I
Appraised at f 770.
No. 14 That lot in Cincinnati, Ohio, being part af
ill I, it 1SMI. ben i,n hi.l ll.ei.,n.l. rTr?
on the east side or Vilie-street, between Filth nsi ''
Sixth; thenco north along tho east line of Vine- i .
street, 2A feet; thenco east Km feet; thence sonth 19
feet, ai d thence west luofeet to Vine-street, hiviag i i
a two-story brick house and other improvement i
thereon: being subject to a lease thereon until tha
Stl day of January, 10, at au animal rent of t-vja. ' '
payable in monthly installments, duly recorded ia "
the hecorder's Oflice of Hamilton County, Ohio;a i4
nlsnaiiotlier lease thereon, commencing at the ex
piration nt sa d former one, and ending no the lal -daj
ol January, ls7u: also duly recorded in said rs
conls. tor the terms of said leases; reference is mad
to said itecords thereof.
Appraised Ure of dower) at fr.lou. ;
No. it. r, w No. 1.13 Id the Becsiid Frosbytariaa
Chun h in Cinrinnall.
Appraisod at Vi.'si.
The above property will be aold iu the order sal .
numbered, commencing with No. i, ou the wet
side ol l'ike-et.
'i'eniis imcthird of the purchase-money cash ha
batol oii the day of tale, and the resume iu uln
equal annual psyments, with Interest yearly, to be
aeriiH d b promiiry notes and mortgages on tb
E remises ..,l,i, exc pi said church now, which wiU
o sold for all cash ou the day of sale,
JAMK8 h. rnM.pg,
! . ILIZA HHKLP8,
. . . "ernton efCbns. Phelps, deceases.
Jong W. Al'1-i.rn.s.TE, Attorney for Executor. '
sei2 COU)?FilbTokjiS. AuoUnar.
ATTION SAI B-BT JACOB GUAFF OO. .
n. vliVi'Jvlf,1 ':i"i-'IU be s.ldTHUBH
DAV MOHMMi, 17th iust., at o'chx-k, at wf '
walnnt-st., between Sixth and Seventh, the snitr , -Furniture,
consisting of parlor Brusseut earpeu, bro. ,'t
catelle sociable, six rosewood parlor chairs, hair- '
cloth do., tw marble top tables, looking-glass, tils-
abeth chair clock, lamp, etc.: dining-rooin oil-
clolh, two card-table, marble-top sideboard, hair. ,
cloth chairs, water-cooler, dnmb-waiter, clock,
dining and tea ware; French and other bedsteads,
hair and ahurk mattresses; bureau, washtand.
toilel-re, sol, chairs, carpet, bath-tub, shower
bath, looking glass, etc ; cooking stove aud a pea- '
ratus aud kitchen furniture.
JAUUU GAaFP, Anct'ooeer,
18 Fast Fourth-.
SEALKD PKOPON.4I.s4 WILI. BE AKs
Ctl a.11 st lbs ofhre ol the Hoard of city Im- '
provvments utitd 0 o'clock A M f Tnrsaiv. . ..
October f, IKti Sir building atone-and-lron fenua
annndthe City L"t, according toplau and spec!- ''
ni aliens now on file iu the City Civil Eugineer 1
ash bid tobccomnanledby two sureties. Bid.
der to use th printed fcrius, as ne other will b ' '
received. . ,
by order of the Board .,
CHAKLBg BALLANCt, Clerk. " ,
SKAI.ED PHOI'OssALM WILI. BE Rs
CilVKDst (be ortice of the Board of Citv lm
provonicn's, until nine o'olork A. M., of FHIDAT,
Ovtolsrr ft. WSi, lor giading ud paving with good,
.i.iu-unriieo ua.ii'g-oriia, on a nea or CI an aaua ,
four inches deep, the ucpaved sidewalks on Vine-at.. ,
from Miillasriy-st. to tlie corporation line, except
the sidewalks In front of Thomas J. Weaver' sursos. '
Each bid to be acrompnn led ley two sureties. Bid
ders to use the primed tortus, as uo other will b re
ceived. lly order of th Board '
e7-tt ClIAft.BAT.LAN'CK. Clerk.
COLD WATCHES AD Wm
DUIIME & CO., :
Corner of Fourth and Walnut
HAVK A BE4lTIFi:is STOCK OV
Vatche8 md CtminB, 8iU-.r Waro, Plulod AU
.aim- uniii., pmrr imre, rilllOO &l i , a
Mnaioal Buxm, Clocka, U)., til war
dof (lie Im'hi iiualtiy. wl.f ; 4 J i
The Righii Ticket. ' , ; .
'P. WINTER IM A CANDIDATB , fltX
M. Hit patronafe of all the sovereigns who l
tkeir soft hals made clean, or dyed black, foiling
..... no., HH.11111, n 1 Tmnr r. is u - ,
ral-veuue. All parties aau syl lias ticket awg
avo Ihe price of a new tils.
' GENTLIMIK CI 8T0M.AD1 ' ' M t t l.'l
Boot jjsvxxslI. Bboe tatox! 'j
No. IOWet Sixth-atraet,
Between Main and Walnut, Claclanatl.
A- hickenlooper; ; ; ; : '
, . U I . . -
auiiar- . s . ' i
No. It 4. Vlne-ait., abort ourtU.
wnr nnnnd aaa o.lin Vrt rs w ' 1
Xw t) doaeu uarta and piuia Csmgnjs U ausrl , 11 !''
bft doaea guuru aad auiu aWwtosi Aie a4 4.. a i
' don Porter i . -
Ovstevs-l'ickW, Govs and Saaosd. Jaat rearTtst, ' " Jjl
a laige supply uv i.
I of aai. whulnsis a 1 rsUfl, by a
: . a. ncfHiViAL ft oft.;"1-' "
awH ' j MadBrohtA4Vynatsa ss lj UiJ
fF 4,J HATS I.OHT AN V TUINU, ifts
jl rHTInlf it Lath i- k Kno, w lui. ,.TU -tisesaeist
will b suore llksly to b ai tha 1 aauy
Vsft. F4rsi vat WsvVBM awl
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