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-WANTED,
"WANTS," "FOB 8AEK," "TO LIST," "
"FOUj!lD,"Ao.,ln tbii column, occupying it
or less, two (nerl)oin, twenty-five wnU.
I.OKT
Ive lines
WANTED Fir or lit MACHINE
BA8TER9. Apply at No. 156 Main-etreet.
tna-b1
WANT ED An experienced SOAP
BOJLEB. Apply to Proctor & Gamble, No.
830 Western-row. anZI-aw
WANTED A few gentlemen can be ac
commodated with DAY DOABD at No. 26
West Fifth-street. an23-b
w
ANTED Fifteen good CAP MAKERS,
immediately, at 214 Main-street.
taui-c-iuwei reaj - ,
WANTED An UNFURNISHED ROOM
and BOARD, by a gentleman and ladr with
out children. Addreaa 0. 0., Box tit, Poitofflce.
au23-b
WANTED To Rent, a FURNISHED
ROOM, In a private familr, without board.
Addreai 0. M., Peony Press Office. au23-b
ANTED BY A YOUNfJ MAN An
ocoupntlon in tome business house. For
particulars address W. tl, at this oftlco. auM-h
WANTED TWO ACTIVE MEN; good
wages given; situation permanent. IHO de
posit required, for which ample security will he
Riven. Call Immediately, at ho. 67 weat Tblrd
treat, room Mo. A, second floor. aii23-b
WANTED To .elland boy SCHOLAR
SHIPS In Gnndrv's, Bacon'a and Smith's
Commercial College, flood fur full con mo ofinatmc
tion, in double entry book-keeping, and young men
savo money by buying them. Apply at II. W. Tut
tie's Exchange omce, north-west comer Third and
Sycamore-streets, auW-b') W. K. ACKLEY.
WANTED. A YOUNG MAN with soma
capital is desirous of procuring a aituatlon
in eonie business, whore he may hope to secure, in
lime, an Interest. For particulars, pleaae addrou
W. D. J., at this office. an23-c
WANTED BOARDING A lady desires
boarding Id a private family. Itefaronces
exchanged Address FostofHce Box 142, with name
anu itcailon. auJn-
WANTED TO COJCH-MAKERS-A
young man, who ha worked at the business
of coach-painting for three vetri, wishes to place
himself under instructions, th.it lie may complete
his trade. Address WM. BUCKLEY. l.V, Malu
street, Cincinnati, Ohio. ana-c
WANTED A ROOM Suitable for a gen
tleman and lady, with boarding. The room
must be nnfurniahed, (routing ou n pleaaant street,
and within ten minutes wulk of Postofllce. Address
A. A. A., at this office, stating terms and location.
iteference given and required, aii23-bt
"VtTANTED A boy from the country,
w T twelve years old, wlslia a SITUATION IN A
STOKlCor to LEAKN A TKADH. Will stny one
year without wagea. Address J. WILLKB, at tliia
office. aua-b
WANTED Body-makers to work on
Railroad Passenger Cars. Apply to J. It.
PALMKlt, Omnibus Manufactory, Bauk-st. au22-d
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Six good
girls to cook, wnsh and iron, and do chamber
work. C'nll at 31r. WAUNKB'8 intelligence office
90S fifth-street, between Western-row and John
Persons wanting toomploy girls to sew or run sewing
machines, can get them at the name office. au22-C
w
ANTED 25 WOOD-WORKMEN-To
work on Street-can. Apply to
I. ft II. BRUCE,
1120-aw Corner Second anil Klm-streets.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE A double two-story BRICK
HOUSE, and two LOTS, In the Cincinnati
Building Company's Division, and the whole of
square No. 6, in Muxnn ft Ileddliigton's Division,
Home City, very low for oasli.or abort credit 011
part. Inqulrei. f J. Freon, Atl'y., north-west oorner
of Eighth and Main, Cincinnati, or ofS. Maxon. ou
the pre mlses, nuJU-d
BOARDING.
BOARDING Opened, thai large and gen
teel Boarding-house, No. 177 Svoumore-stroet.
West aide, between Fifth mid -Sixth. Large and
olry rooms, unfurnished, for families. Accommoda
tion for day boarders. Heard and Lodging for "ingle
gentlemen. Terms moderate. T. A. BOWL.
lauiv-awj
BOARDING A gentloraan and lady, and
two or three single gentlemen can be'accom
modelled with comfortable rooms and board, at No,
W Mi-r'nrland-atrent. aul7-tft
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-NEW BRICK IIOUSE-Six
rooms, front and tmck yard, near Eighth und
Freeman, to anv one tbut will buy the furniture.
Good chance offered, as it will be sold very low.
Amount about t-'W); rent $225, Address box i.510.
au23-b
FOR RENT A ROOM. A large and com
modious Boom on Fifth-street, between Main
and Walnut, suitable for a millinery atoro, or a tine
office. Terms moderate. Inquire at No. M West
Fifth-street. au22-awt
FOR RENT OFFICE A desirable and
convenient front Office on first floor. For par
tlciilars call at Ko. 22 Front-street, between lilnln and
Walnut. an22-bt
LOST.
T OST BREASTPIN A small Breastpin,
M-A center in shapo of a star, surrounded by black
setts supposed to linve bson dropped, yesterday
afternoon, ou Fourth, between Ludlow and Itace
etreets. Being a relic, the Under would confer a
Seal favor, and be suitably rewarded, by roturning
this office, or liallio's Bakery, No. CO ICust Front
al reot. autt-a
LEGAL NOTICES.
TRUSTEE'S SALE. ON MONDAY,
the 19th day of September, A. D, IBM, at the
rotunda in the Court-house, in thecity of Cincinnati,
at 12 o'clock JI. of said day, I will sell at public auc
tion nil the followiiig-deiicritied real estate, viss:
1. Lota numbered seven 17) and eiffht fKl in snuare
number throe (3) of plat D, in the subdivision of the
estate 01 uaviu t,. wane, as rocorueu in hook no.
117, pnge ltd, of the Records of Hamilton County,
Ohio, and fronting each twenty-live (2n) feet on Went
urn Cuuul or Plum-street, and running back the
same width one hundred and flfty-iix feet three
Inches to Providence-atreet.
2. All those lots of land situate in the city of Cin
cinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, and being num
bered ninty (so), ninety-one (!)l), ninety-two (92) und
ninety-three (!)3), in squnro number four (4), ot the
subdivision of lots made by Ilotchklss, Avery and
OartT. recorded in Book No. !'), page 6111, of the
Itecorus of Ilamilton County, Ohio, una each of said
lots fronting twenty-sevon (27) feet, making KW feet
in all, on the south sido of Monroe-street, and ex
tending back on parallel lines ninety (VOJ feet to un
alley.
3. Also the followlsg, situate In Cincinnati, for
merly in Millcroek Township, In section number
nineteen. H9Mn Townabia number three (.11 in tlm
second fractional rnngo in the Miami Purchase, being
lixty-tlirce (ti,1) feet and six inches in front on the
northerly side of the Cincinnati and Uarrison Turn-
me imau, ana running inenco eonneriyjionr nun-
sen- bouuded on the east by alot ofgroundoonveyed
ny Bertiaru and who, to Joliu jiocuney, November 3,
1W3, and en thewost by alot now or furmerly belong
ing to Mark Atkins.
4. Also the following, situate In Cincinnati, Ham
ilton County, and Htnte of Ohio, and being lots num
bered twenty.three (231 and twenty-four, (21) in Wade
A JJUUiey s auuiuon or suoamsion oi low in said
city, as recorded in Book 9'J, page 149, of the Hamil
ton County Decords, said lots twenty-three (ZH) and
twenty-four (24) being on the south side of Fouler
treot, wost of Western-row; being each tweuty-live
(Ji) feet in front on the south side of Poplar-street,
. and running lack in parallel Unoeiuutn one-half the
dlstunce from Poplar to Oliver-street.
o. Also, tbe following In Oiacinnatl, commonclng
at a point on the south side of Clark-street, one
. hundred and twenty-three feet east of the south-
. east oorner of Clark anil Freeman-streets; thence
south at right angles to Clark-street, two huudrod
and ono feet; tlieneoinaa easterly direction twenty-
tight (2) feetl thence in a northerly direction and
parallel with said west line at right anglos to Clark-
street, two hundred and ono feet to Clark-street;
i thence westerly on the south line i f Clark-street,
I twenty-eight (28) feet to the beginning', being lot
i numbered thirty-nine (39) In 0, VY. Tucker's sub.
division of the Cutter property, as recorded in book
number Eitflit 0t in the division among the heirs of
- Beth Cutler, deceased.
6. Also, the following lot, situate In Hamilton
County, and being lot numbered thirty -nlno on the
plat of subdivision of AvoikIhIb, lu said county, as
worded in Plat Book Hp., , Vioge of the records of
said conn'y.
Title (ua(l ins above property good; sale peremp
tory; teruisjcash; being: the same propurty conveyed
fp tbeundorslgned bv deed of trust from Thn Cincin
nati and Chicago Uallroud Company, July 1, ltM,
recorded In Book tfo. 1'tj rage
JUUN Vv. HKIIRON, Trustee,
Cnt,.iNi,V HsnnoN, AU'ys, H8 Walnnt-sr. uultibgt
RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT AND
VOIt BALE at the
SILK AGENCY,
' , . . W Wist Fourth-street,
A floe Assortment of bust Quality of LINEN
THREADS for SEWINO MACHINES.
aulMwf ' ' ' J. H. JOUVET, Agent.
GREENFIELD STONET
TnE ABOVE STONE IS SUITABLE FOR
Htep.Htones.Hlreet-crosalngi and Building pur
pones generally, and la cheaper than tbe Day tun
tone. ...
Call and examine for yourselves, at Ho, SS2 West
ern Bow, uoiween xiiuiu ana iticniuona.
ay,2-m
B, SMITH, Agent.
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
and Oonnsellor at Law, Chaw's Building
Ttlxd street. I doors Itaat of JlalBf ,, . ;
4
IMPOTENCY CURED,
AND
FULL VIGOR RESTORED,
IN FROM ONE TO THREE WEEKS,
BY
DIR. JAMES,
-OF-
NO. 79 WB8T FOURTD-STUEET,
ONE SUOB BELOW PIKE'S OPEBA-HOUSE
DR. JAMES CURES OLD CHRONIC,
Mercurial, Byphilitlc, and all diseases of the
skin, blood and generative organs.
DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES,
Such as Amonorrhoa, Dysmenorrhea, Sletorrhogla,
Oholorosis, Nervous and General Debility, 4c, suc
cessfully treated.
BB. JAMES' long practice in New Orloans, and
the Indorsement of almost the entdro Southern Press,
should convince the most skeptical as to his pro
Sciency. Thousands of testimonials could bo pro
duced by the Doctor, from persons whom he has
successfully treated, did not tbe delicacy of the sub
Ject prevent the publication of names.
DR. JAMES' Office Is No. T9 Woat Fourth-street,
np stairs, one door below Pike's Opera-bouse, where
he cun be consulted from nine A, &L till five P. 11
All Professional Interviews Confidential.
lauzij
CUT THIS OUT!
rHII EN READ IT. AND THEN PRE
-SL sent it to vonr tiAATAfit and dearest friend, with
the request that it shall be inserted in the first pugs
ui his scra p noon-ill
r. Ediviho I. Miipb.t. No. 218 Fifth-Street.
soils Periodicals, Books and Hongs. We append a
lias oi a lew oi trie reriouicais wiucn may oe ou-
tnined at his store. No. 218 Fitb-street.
Nuw York Leilwr 4 conts,
New York Mercury 4 cents.
New York Weekly 4 cents.
Harper's Weekly 4 cents.
Km nk Lealle 6 cents.
new York Clipper 4 cents.
mrler'a Print...-..,... 6 cents,
Police Gnz.ette 4 cents,
Flng of Cur Union .... 4 cents,
Saturday Evening I'oel,. 4 cents,
Now York Picayune 4 cents,
Now York Wnverly 4 cents.
V overly Magnr.lno 6 cunts.
Llno-ot-Haltle-Miip ....., 4 cents.
Bcientlnc Alnericnu 4 cents,
Scientific Artisan 4 cents,
Banner of Light . 4 cents.
Scottish American Joarnal..... ....... ......... 6 cents,
Ilotton Pilot..., ....... A cents.
Irish News M n H 6 cents.
Life Illustrated...... ... 4 cents.
Homo Journal 4 cents.
Weekly Novelette 4 cents.
Independent.. 4 cents.
Century ft cents,
Agitator..... ft cents,
Huston lnveatlgutur 4 cents.
liullou'a Pictorial ft cents.
New York Weekly Herald 6 cents.
New York Weekly Tribune 4 cents.
aew lora weekly Time 4 cents.
Leslio'a German Paper....... ft cents,
True 1'lau 4 conts,
Constellation S cents.
M0NT01L.IES, &e.
ITarper's Magazine. ..,.,20 cents,
Uodoy'a Lady's Uijok 20 cents,
Atlantic Magazine Li) conts,
Leslie's magazine 20 cents,
Knickerbocker Magazine 20 cents.
Great ltepublin Itouthly 2U cents,
All Year Kouud. m cents,
Wnverly Maganine (monthly purts) 20 cents,
Peterson's Magazine Is conts,
Arthur's Home. Magazine., 18 cents.
Ladies' American Jungazino 18 cents,
Itoniancist ; 18 cents,
Novelette (monthly parte) in cunts,
Ynnkoe Notions 10 conts,
Nlck-Nox io cents.
Comlo Uouiiuet 10 conts,
Pickles io conts.
Budget of Knn cunts,
Ballou's Monthly lo cents,
Phrenological Journal 6 cents,
Water Cure Journal ft cents.
Hunt's Merchants Magazine 45 cents.
Kclectio Mapa.ino.... ..,.,...,..... 60 cents,
Eilinburgh ltevlew .a 50 cents.
Westiulrster lteview , .60 cents.
North British lteview; 60 cents.
London Quarterly lteview SO cents.
If you want anything in the Periodical line, you
had better call on
EDWABD I. HURRAY,
KO. 218 TIFTH-STRKET,
Between Elm and Plum,
aul6-TuTliS-nm Cincinnati, 0.
MERCHANTS, ATTENTION!
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO DO.
on tho ahortest notice, and in the latest and
most fashionable style, all kinds of
Job Printing,
SUCH AS
BILLS OP LADING;
Y TICKETS;
A ION BILLS;
0 . t'KSi
BONDS;
DEEDS;
PBOQBAMHES;
BILLS OP PABE;
LETTER HEADS;
MORTGAGES;
CIBCULAB8;
COUPONS;
POLICIES;
POSTES8;
CARDS;
EAILROAD
AND
STEAMBOAT WORK"
IN FIKC BTYL AT JfODRRATl FBICKS.
FRANCISCO fe CALDWELL.
)y2l
PATENT MACIIINE-MADE WHITE
TEA-DAGS:
IiiO.inki forqnarter-pottnda;
110,0(111 for lialf-pouinls;
1UQ.0OO fur one pound.
NIXON CHaTFIELD,
Paper Dag Manufacturers,
And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
auir-aw 17 and 7!) Walnut street.
PATENT MACHINE-MADE BAGS
flOU.nno Paper Bags, assorted slr.es, from No I to
2.'i inclualvo, made from extra quality of Wrapping
and Manilla Paper of our own manufacture, ou hand
and for sals low, by WXUN CIIA'ITIELD,
au!7-aw 77 and It Walnut street.
: At tho Old Established Stand,
SI SAHT FIPTH, BET. MAIN AND BYCAMOItE.
I HAVE A LAROB AND DESIRABLE
stock i f Houaehola and Office Furniture, both
new and second hand, consisting of line bedsteads,
sofas aud parlor chairs, Druswls and ingrain carpets,
oil-cloth, cutlery, eto. A fine assortment of coun
ters, shelving, olllce desks and stools, etc. Also, a
stock of Billiard tables, piauoe, extra marble-top
counters and tables on hand and for sale low. ,
auo-am . W M. UABTJCU, Proprietor,
i
THEPEE8S.
Tl'EsjOAY ....
..AUGUST 33
CITY MATTERS.
9Ths offensive taste to tie) hydrant
water is abating.
e Diatrlot and Intermediate Sohools
1 ere opened yesterday.
ayThe opera season will be opened at
Wood's Theater to-morrow evening.
udge Diokson leaves the city to-day
for a visit to Niagara Falls. ,
ar"The White Sulphur Springs are now
owned by a joint-stock company.
p9" See advertisement of auction sale of
Household Furniture, by Jaoob Graff i Co.
U L . '
3Smith illoke, bricklayers of this city,
are now engaged in putting up a large col
lege building in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.
jjUTWe understand that a chess match
will shortly come off at tho Casino, between
two celebrated players.
SWe understand that tho police officers
suspended by the Mayor lost week have
gone on a piscatorial excursion,
sO'A four-horse wagon, loaded with brick
let down at tho corner of Fourth and Vino
streets yesterday.
jr Bills were passed by the County Com
missioners yesterday, amounting in the aggre
gate to $543 48.
9'There were seventy-five cases disposed
of in the Polioe Conrt yesterday principally
drnnks and disorderlies.
p!f Mr. P. Gaddia, jr., who has been on a
temperance tour through the Eastern States,
has turned to the oity.
E0The river is in excellent stage for this
season of tbe year, there being six feet of
water in the channel between here and St,
Louis.
jTWe were visited with a refreshing
shower of rain about six o'clock last even'
ing, enough ij cool the atmosphere and lay
the dust handsomely.
pSrk man named Jacob Leback was fined
$5 and costs, by Judge Lowe, yesterday, for
being drunk. He was also fined $10 and
coats for carrying concealed weapons.
"fj-Tte report in ciroulstion, yesterday,
that two men were killed on the Little Miami
Railroad, near Sportsman's Hall, turns oat to
be a hoax.
S0Mieb.ael Kearns was before His Honor,
Judge Lowe, yesterday, charged with carry
ing concealed weapons, and fined $10 and
costs of prosecution.
EjT The foundation for the new German
Citholio Institute, corner of Vine and Long-worth-streetn,
is rapidly approaching com
pletion.
A man named Robt. Smith will have a
hearing in the Polioe Court, next Thursday,
upon a charge of biting the thumb of Officer
Anthony, of the Fifteenth Ward.
pH- Two females, named Ruth dwian and
Alioo Dorsey, escaped through the shy-light
from the City Frison, Saturday night. They
were recaptured and sent back yesterday.
jTThe case of John Ryan and Mary
Walker, charged with grand larceny robbing
an orphan of $200 was called in tho Police
Court yesterday, and continued until Thurs
day next.
E3Tho many friends of Mr. J. J. Allen,
the favorite Cincinnati conimedinn, will be
pleased to learn that he has been re-engaged
at the Palace Garden, and will appear each
night in his comic characters, drolleries, Ac.
jBJohn Fogel, for stealing a lot of gold
and silver watohes from a watohmaker on Syo-amoro-Btrcet,
was committed by Judge Lowe,
yesterday, in default of $350 bail, to answer
the charge of grand larceny.
pH" A boot store on the corner of Elm and
Longworth-streets was entered at an early
houryesterday morning and robbed of goods
to the value of one hundred dollars. The
burglars gained entrance through a baok door.
p!3" Captain John Bunker, the keeper of the
City Prison, informs us that his hotel is pretty
well orowded at present; indeod, too muoh so
for oomfort. When will we have a Work-house
built? That's the question.
t?Complaint was yesterday made to Mayor
Bishop against a drayman, who resides baok of
Ludlow, Kentucky, charging hint with selling
milk in this city, taken from diseased eowa.
As the matter will be thoroghly investigated,
we withhold further oonunent.
There will be a meeting of the lot
owners of the Baptist portion of the Catharine-
street Burying Ground, at the office of 'Squire
Marchant, on Second-street, at three o'olook
this afternoon. The objeot of this meeting is
to devise means to prevent an alleged imposi
tion upon the part of the Trustees having tho
grounds in charge.
pSf Mrs. Pross and her boarders wero en
trial in the Polioe Court, yesterday, upon a
charge of malicious destruction of property,
in tarring the residence of Dr. J. L. Vattier.
There being no evidence against the boarders,
a nolle was entered, and they were discharged.
Mrs. Pross was held in bail for further exami
nation to-day. . 1 , - . r
SSTCharlcs Walter plead guilty in the
Police Court, yesterday, to stealing a bolt
broadcloth from a dry goods store on Pearl
street, and was sentenced to make reatora&on
in double the amount of the property stolen,
and to be confined in the dungeon, of the
County Jail for the term of twenty days, to
be fed on bread and water.
TRiohard Connelly, an elderly gentle
man, who resides on Colunj'bla-street, in the
vicinity of Gas-alley, was Wore Judge Lowe
yesterday, charged with rnocst. His alloged
victim is his step-daug'hter, an interesting
girl, abont thirteen ye.rs of age. It is the
opinion of Dr. Csry, after a thorough examl.
nation, that thert la probable grounds for the
obarge. i Connelly was committed in default
of $1,000 bail, for examination next Thursday.
if ;v
A Fa Pact! Aiflu BBhRiSl.lli'. John
II. Gerard read before the Horticultural Bo-
ciety, on Saturday, a statistical pnper con-
corning strawberries and raspberries, in
which it was stated that, during the season ot
1859, there were sold in tbe Cincinnati mar
ket raspberries and strawberries, grown in
the southern precinct of Anderson Township,
alone, 10,113 bushels, of which 2,123 bushels
were strawberries. These, at $3 40 per bushel,
amount to $34,384 20. Mr. G. says:
Deduct $1 per bushel for nickinfr, market
ing and selling, and it will leave abalaiica of
$24,271 20. Now add the amount sent from
Kentucky. Indiana, Ice. including blackber
ries, and it will be a safe estimate to say that
double the amount raised in the southern
precinct of Anderson is sold in markets of
this city. Amount sold from southern pre
cinct of Anderson, 10,113 bushels; amount
from Indiana, Kentucky, Ae., 20,226 bushels;
amount of all kinds of berries sold in mar
ket, Ac, and brought to this market, 30,339
bushels, which, at $3 40 per bushel, will
amount to $106,780.
Mr. tjanlbrd remarked that ho did not wish
this paper to be understood as etnbraoing tbe
extent of the berry oultivationin this vicinity
certainly not in Kentucky that during the
strawberry season on the Lexington Railroad
in Kentucky he observed the train stopping
very often to take on strawberries, and loarned
from tbe conductor that there were then on
board for Cincinnati 1,000 bushels, and that
very train at that time was bringing down
nearly tbe same quantity. He had no doubt
that Kentucky alone contributed over 20,000
bushels, and that his former estimate would
fall short of tbe real quantity brought from
Kentucky.
Mr. Joseph H. Homer, of Campbell County,
Ky., remarked that Campbell County alone
sent eight thousand bushels.
f
Shameful A woman named Mary Lynch
was some time since sent to the City Priaon
for getting drunk a habit to which she has
for some time been adlcted. Mary is the
mother of two interesting little girls, aged
respectively nine and eleven years, and during
her confinement placed them in the care of a
Mrs. John son, the keeper of a low doggery a
resort for vagrants on Sycamore-street, be
twoen Third and Fourth -streets. Yesterday
Mrs. Johnson was forcibly ejected from the
premises, when she went away, leaving the
little ohildron upon the sidewalk, to the meroy
of the passers-by. Information was immedi
ately left with Lieutenant Small, who had
them removed to the Hammond-street Station
house, where it was discovered that they were
both suffering with the scarlet fever. They
were removed from thence to the Commercial
Hospital, where they will be proporly provided
for. This is cortainly one of the most out'
ragsoui and cruel acts we have ever heard of.
TTimothy Brandin brought suit before
'Squire Peter Bell, yesterday, against Police
Officers John Sdhlosacr, Conrad Zimmerman
and Samuel Laforce, of tho Twelfth Ward,
charging them with assault and battery.
Lnforco was discharged, and Schlosser aud
Zimmerman held to answer at the Court of
Common Pleas, in bonds of $300 each. The
alleged assault occurred on the day these of
ficers were on a spree, for which spree Mayor
Bishop suspended them, temporarily, some
few days since.
p3 We learn that it is the Intention of tho
colored people in Cincinnati, to arrango for
meeting in this eity on the 7th of September,
At which Charles II. Laogston, Mr. Rusbncll,
and others, of Lorain County, aro to be speak
ers, to take into consideration the recent penal
enactions in Arkansas and Louisiana, against
the presence of free people of color in thoie
States. The exclusion takes effoot in Louisi
ana on Soptcmber 1, and in Arkansas next
January.
Grovkr fc Bakkr'h Skwino-Maciiikks. A
now lot of those superior sewing-machines
has just been received at No. 58 West Fourth-
street. Their superior excellence warrant
quick sales. Purchasers aro taught tho
method of running them, by competent
hands, without extra charge. Samples
their work furnished at any time
Stddknis op Old Woodward. A preliminary
meeting of these aotive and spirited young
men is called for Thursday eveniog, at the
School Board Office, Mechanics' Institute
Building. Arrangements are to bo made for
the approaching Anniversary; bIbo, for the pro
posed Monument to WiLbuu Woodward, the
founder of the Old High School and College.
A eall is made for a general attendance. .
3" An invalid lady named Carrol wa
brutally beaten by the inmatos of Longworth'
Building, on Sixth-streot, near Culvert, jester-
day. It appears that in consequenoe of her help
less condition, Mr. Longworth docs not oharge
her rent. This faot being made known
other inmates, they entered her apartments and
beat her most shamefully, while she was lying
in bed, nnable to protect herself, j
SrS-Mra. Mary Haustorn, who resides
Front-streot, near Elm, met with a severe
accident last evening, during the storm. She
woe taking clothes from the lino, in the yard
of her residence, when ono of the props fell,
breaking her right arm, and otherwise bruis
ing her body. She was, at a luto hour last
evening, suffering intensely.
jf We have received a communication
signed "Twenty-four Boarders," complaining
of a nuisance at the oorner of Lawrenoe and
Butler-street. They inquire particularly
the polioe, and state that longer forbearance
hsts ceased to be a virtue.
Meteorological observations for
frwNT Pbbss, by Henry Ware, Optlolan, No.
1 West Fourth-street, August 22, 1859.
OVclc.
7 A. 11.,
12 M
6 P. 11.
Barometer.
W.W
...21l.ftS '
2D.51
Thermometer.
1 he body of Francis Taner, a colored
boy, who was drowned In tho Ohio Kiver lost
Friday, vas reoovered at the foot of Elm
street yesterday. Coroner Caroy held an In
quest, whiah resulted In a verdiot of accidental
cjrowning. ,
Carol printing, and all kinds of
,vnlaia and ornamental exeouted at
Pa PS Oflioe, in a style unsurpassed
anywV- ?ders reoeived at the oounUng'
room.-., .
: fcO-i "ho person who found a breastpin,
-flLir oomb. on thu road leading from
r.i t 'idee to Cnrthane, on the lth InBt.,
will pleago at this office. - '
XO- Be Ma nl ,tiU -mV'
Ing. There eai B0W M B0 uuuu' w K"
reoovory. ., , ' ;;;-, . ;
COVINGTON NEWS.
Fai a or tii Nobth KBxrtrrtr AoaiooL-
ti'ril BociETT.-On Tuesday nextwllt commence the
Fifth Annnal Fair of the North Kentucky Agricul
tural Association, on their Fulr Grounds, on the Cov
ington and Lexington Turnpike, near Vlorenee, and
continue Ave days. The cblcf rulo of the Association
Is, that ail entries must he made before ten o'clock
on the morning of the exhibition, .sis they will be
excluded. We are Informed that ample arrange
ments have been made by tbe Directors for all com
petitors, and that the premiums offered are on a lib
eral scale and hence the probability that there will
ho amngnlncont display of the product of the soil,
In all tbeir great varieties. It is understood, also,
that there wlUtieHOnietbliitr now on exhibition, In tbe
war of some splendid Arabian Horses, which will be
en tbo ground on the afternoon of tho first day. The
grand attraction of the whole affair, however, will be
the equestrianism of the ladies, who will have a trial
of skill on tho laat dny of the exhibition, when It la
expected that there will bsujiiteiin array of beauties,
both from the cities of Coring ton and Cincinnati, to
dlsputo the palmof excellonco. , We shall endtavor
to be there to see.
LO' ATIOW OP the Privatb Rkmixaries.
The time for the opening of the Private Semiuarles
of Covington, biing near at hand, we fil called
upon to give their varloin locations, for the accom
modntiou of ths g, neral reader, as well ss fur t bote
who are desirous ot furnishing pupils. The location
of Mrs. Haines' Seminary is in College Buildings,
in Eleventh-street, between Madison and Wasbincr
ton.- It is abeantiful spot firthe purpose designed,
one for which nature lias done much, and yet there
is an opening for art to accomplish more which wc
hope to see done at no distant day. Mies Haines will
reopen her school on she first Monday in Ecptomber,
undor tho most flattering auspices. Mrs. Phelps
will opon her new school at the same time in Greenup
Hall, In Qroennp-atroet, between Third and Fourth,
Professor S. Maud has located his now school, fur
boys and girls, on Fourth-street, between 8outb and
Qreennp, In tbe building recently occupied by Wm.
Gwigo, and formerly owned by him He will open
on the first Monday in September.
Omnibus Acunt Robbsd. The boarding
home of Mrs. Hays, located on Sixth-street, trotwoxu
Scott and Or nup, was entered on Saturday last by
some bold t'livf, and a man by the name of David
Adams robbed of a small sum of money. The rascal
climbed upon a shed, which gnlned him an en
trnnco throngh a window into the room where
Adams lodged. There wero four men sloepinn in the
same room at the time, neither of whom were
awakened by tbe noise. The monoy taken was
about twelve dollars, the proceeds of a trip Mr.
Adams had made but a few hours before, on the
cars, as agent of the omnibus line. 1
That Abduction Case. As we at the time
chronicled the fact of the abduction of tho little girl
from tho Madison House, a few days ago, by Mrs.
Brant, aud whose return wo hare nuticed, it Is but
right that wo showed jiwtice to Mrs. Brant. At the
time she was here alio borrowed five dollars of thu
Rev. Mr. Illnor, which was then thought to be "rt
sell," butthat gentleman received a letter from hsr
on Friday or Saturday lost, inoloslng tbo amount.
In the lotter sho persists in saying that alio was por
suadod to take the girl and adopt her but of that no
more, as It is only a matter of vurnoit y between two
ladies,
NEWPORT NEWS.
a
of
Caush and Ekfkots. On Friday evening
last a couplo of younsmenof ourcllycntoredacon-
fi'ctionery on tho coru rof Bcllevue and Isabella
streets, and made tlicrnseUe rather too free with tho
pi oprletur's goods. Upon lioiuj remonstrated with
they assaulted the owner. The ring-loader, named
Wm. Andrews, was arrested, but I lie other escaped.
Andrews was yesterday tried before Mayor Hawkins,
and lined ?.) aud costs, in default of which lie was
committed to Jail.
Vox 1'oiTLt. A communication lias been
received by ui, from a clttxen of our town, hearing
upon tho jail now used in our city; also setting forth
the modus operandi of getting a new one; and Imw
to make tt a paying institution. Jmt as soon as
Council determines ur"n building a new jail, and
"Vox I'opuli" will fhorton Ids article; it being on
tltoly too lengthy In its prfxi-nt form for our paper,
we will give It-a place In our columns. The manu
script can bo obtained at our counting-roan, tipa
upplirution, if desired.
Fiaq Pbf.8E.niatio'. Tho Turner Soololy
of our city was yesterday presented with a beautiful
silk flag by the ladles. Th flag is a very haudsiimo
one, being niadoof tho bost silk that could bs ob
tained, The presentation took place at the Turners'
Hall, and passed off pleasantly. A large number of
Cincinnati Turner! were in attendance.
Bau. To-Niaiir. The young men of New
port Rive a party to-night at Odd Fellows' Hall.
Trmmiumeera will exert thonisolvo to plcate llno
in attendance, in a style heretofore unsurpassed.
Mentor's hand has been secured, and tho lovers of
the daiicu may feel assured that it will bs a as
cuEncuz nffair. '
COLUMBUS NEWS.
COLUMBUS, Aug. 22, 1859.
to
Tub Adultery Cash. The adultery caso
ngninit Josoph B. Hunter, which was dlsniissod bofore
'Siulre Hoyl, on Friday laat, on account of a
deficiency iu the affidavit, was again set for trial be
fore Isojuiro Miller this morning. The warrant was
issued, and Hunter turned up mirsing. It is tho In
tention of Lorash to push the caso through, should
be be able to And the party Interested,
Bound Over. S. B. Hannutn, Esq,, was,
on Saturday, bound over by 'Siiuire Heyl, in the sum
of 8S0, lor his apponranco at tho Probate Oourt, lo
answer a chargo of assault and battery, on the person
of B, Mottles. Mettles was previously bound over
for a similar charge on the person of 8. B. Hannutn.
Little Miami, Comjmwjs aso Xenu Eait,-
aoAD. This company have lately torn up all the old
wooden cattle-guards, aud rebuilt iew ones with
stono, which will benefit tbe road, as well as beiog
the moro safe for the traveling public.
New Eatiko-hocsi. The Railroad Com
panies have erected a splendid eating room at the
depot, in this cUy.aud intend getting a supply of
Artesian water from tbe well, now burlug in tho
State-bouse yard. We think, from present lappoar
ances, they will have to wait some time fur water.
Attempt at Suicio. Mrs. Wilson, a for
tune-teller, attempted to commit suicide, yesterday,
by Jumping into the river. , Sho was pulled out and
taken to tbo lock-up, whore she remained until this
afternoon, when sho was takon to the County In
firmary. 1
Abuksts. Several arrests wero made yes
terday for drnnkenaess, among which were two
ths gentler 'mmmmmmmmmmmmmm
for
the
6ft
M
74
job
the
fan
"
School Board. At a meeting of the Sohool
Board, last evening, the following appoint
ments and salaries of teachers to the High
School, made by the Union Board, were con
firmed, vli-: To the Woodward School, D.
Shopardson, $1,750 j George W. Harper,
$l,320j J. t. Thornton, f 1,200; Mary B.
Smith, $800 Mary. E. Whito, $800; Ma
tilda Bray, $000;. A. Brunner, $300; S.
Yeith, $300; O. Aiken, $200. To tho Uughca'
High Sohool: Cyras Knowlton, $1,750; J. M.
Edwards, $1,320; D. W. C. Brown, $1,200;
S. Wright, $1,100; Harriet B. Coons, $700;
A. Brunner, $300; S. Veith, $300; C. Athens,
200. George Harris deolined an appoint
ment to the Bit. Auburn Sohool. The ecu
mittoC on Boundaries was instructed to report
next Monday night, on the propriety of redis
triotlng the Eleventh and Twelfth Blstriots.
The suhjeot of German instruction in the
Eighth, Eleventh and. Twelfth Districts, was
referred to the committee on Ucrman-EcglUb
sohools, for a report next Monday. Mr. Al
bert Hinebuck as appointed to tuo Ueruian
department of the lit. Auburn School, at
salary of $20 per month. ' Mr. I. M. Allen
was appointed to the Fourth Intermediate
Schuol. at a sulary of $33 33 por month.
resolution was nude by Mr. Powell to eontinu.
the Normal School, and lost by an overwhelm
ing vote, after wuloh tbe Board adjourned. .
if. .1 r.....
: pJTti following It list af leiten dto
talned for nonpayment of postage at the
postoffice, In this eity, .August 22:
Itsnlcl RntTner. rWoort, K
i.eyiioiue or. non, uovington, tip, r
Joseph Bhaefer, 1'eor
irla, fit
it.
nen. aiarpny, uran
dOiilf. Hiss.
Tlwniaa tiauly, Princeton, ill.
HOME INTEREST
!' "
.
; Twenty-five Cent Ambrotypes can be
had at Aithoati & Co.'s, No SS Broadway.
Applegate k Co.'s Gallery, No.
Broadway. -Who would not have a likenoi
themselves at a cost of only twenty-live unit' "
8. II. I'arvlii, Advertising Agent, So,
80 West Fourth street
Winders' Sky-light Gallery, Western
Row, opposite Court street. Ths cheapest and
best Piotures made in the city.
Winders' Sky-light Gallery-All stjles
of Pictures made on short notice.
Daguerrean Gallery, South-west
oorner of Sixth and Western Row, over Han
oaford's Drug Store. Pictures taken and put
n good cases for 20 sts. Warranted to please.
MONETARY.
MONDAY EVENING, Aug. 22—3 P.M.
Currency remains scarce, with an active demand
for DlscQtmtn; the market may be culled a shade
!er. bhurt duto say aOM day I date, approved
mimes lutfau Pr cent.! ontfilde rate, l.':iSo2 per cent.
Xutteru JSxchangu remains Arm at ' per cent.
premium, selling rate; bnylug at IS rente.
Oold active at ($i0 cents premium, buying rate;
selling at 'i per cent, premium.
Now Orleans Exchange is dull at M dieconnt, buy
ing rate, selling at par:
MowYotkUatesef tbe Jutb, quote Laud Wanontt,
as follows:
40 Acres Soiling at .. - 31 l
to w
2I " ' " ..
lis) " ' W
Kaetern Exchange, in Chicago, sellinit at 3H pre
mium; in Bt. Louis, IX, Snd Louisville, 4.
So change In Uacurrent Money.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
MONDAY EVENING, August 22, 1859.
FLOUR Tho niarki-twaa unchanged, to-day,
dull i be sab s were BOO brls. at tt 04 fur Hnnnrflne,
and ?! V:H"V 1" lor extra; thu luilrr rate lor iiouiii"
txira White Wheat. 3 500 brls. were retoehed the
last fnrty-e!sht hours.
WI1IHKV The demand for this article continues
active, wtlh sales of 70U brls. at !H24)c.i the lattei'
rate fur wagon.
PUUVISIOkS A continued good demand for Ba
con, with sales of li hhds. Sides, at y'4c; l,'.fXi pter
common llnrarf, cauvased, ut JUali.-uii, at Kiltc. "
packed: 10 tlercri do. at lie; and 1,000 plecos cnni
mon Hams at Mic., loose, Uuthlng douo lu 1'ork. or
Larl of consequence.
OIL Sales of M brls. Linseod at Mo., and lb do. at
56c. Tbore lHafairdsmnnd atUo.
urtOCKUlKS-Tho market Is unchanged and
stead. Baleanf III hhds. Sugar at 7M07tc.: 100 brls.
Blolaxees at 37)jc ; and ICO bags Coffee ut Ufeftiac.
WHKAT There was a fair demand, to-day, and
tho market cloaod steady andflrniatllVioc.for prfioo
ltd; and 91 Uririjl 10 for prime White. Kalua of
1,2110 burhels Km at Vc ; ,mfi do. at SMSiv, 300 do. at
Wc ; M do. good White at 9l 0.V; M do. tH 05.;
l.tKii do. prime White at gl ui; and l,aoodo.at tl lu,
delivered. , .. . .
CUIIN The market remains dull, and price aro
lo. lower. Salts of 1,MW bushels mixed, at T7o.
IIAKLEY-Tbere is some demand for old lit 6flo.,
b'tt the stock of this iiuality Is about exhausted.
'Intro is more of the new crop offering, aud prices
are nominal.
OATS A In ir demand, and prices are steady. Bales
of huh buKlml ae toe.; I.MKjdo. ateic: and Mu do. lo
livoiod at 4JC
uTTTKU-Thn market steady and firm at lf.917e.
fir choice Western lleaerve, and lll(c. for prime
Central Ohi i. Sales of :m packages at these prices.
i lIliKSK-A good dcuutud, and prices are Hrm.
Sales of 3.10 boxes prime vteitorn Iteserve at (SftiVji .5
for
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, August 22—P. M.
Flour firm, and 10s. better: sales MOD brls.
at tt 2nl .' for HiiDFrtliia State, S dntpl ?.' for
extrudo.; $1 Z-'lfrf to for soperline Western; $l W,(6
.1 In for common to good extra Western; $ fuof'
furold.nud 4 l.'n.aH aitor do.freeu-grounil sliinpliiaT
brands extra roiind-hnop Ohio; closing steady.
Caiindian i'iour uuiet: rales it" brls. at ft inQi 73.
Small ealcn Kjo b lotirat $3 ".' V.
Wheat lp2;. better: sales ll!,uW bushels, including
unsound Cliicncjo Snriug, at 7iu ; now WhlU Ohio ot
$1 ii; new tt'idie himmclynt $ 4.rnil M); old do. nt
SI 2"; new U-d Southern at Si Dlttol ft; new White
Southern at Si 40, and old and new Usd Slilwaii5.li
Club on private lorma. Kyellrmer: sales IIV bushels
now at UK. liar ley ijuiot. I'oni scarce: sale's 16, MO
budicls at 7d(ri0u. tor old mixed Western, in store;
Me. for tow do., and Sta. for Sonthern aud sound
Yellow. Oats firmer at Soft lllo. for old State; 4iy2c.
for new do.: 37ff?43c. fi r W iMtern and Canadian.
Whisky tlrmer; sates 123 brls. at UWJiVio.
Pork liimnr but leas active: salos ,'i'M brls. at
8u .i7i14 .Hi for mess: it i:t I2A1.1 2o f"r thin mtM.
and J 10 12(5
in 'Jh for nrimn.
iieei uncnaogou: saiee
2.11 urlH.
1110. N ft
.r fiOfi&R mr country nrluie: fi
I fordo.
ffffcjll fiir repacked Chicago, and fur
extmdo. lloefs Hani, dull at $lf(f0l. buoon: sales
50 ttorces tiaggeit llama at ll,'4c, nun nil unui. cry
salted Bidcaut Mc Out Meats Ami: sales 263 pack
ages at (iJiCniil'i.c. for Slmuldon, and Cuc. for Ilaina.
Lard quiet: salesSK) brls. at li$llc.
Unttcr linn at lal'v. for Ohio, and 16021c. fn
Btnto. Cheese firm nt fiSfiuHc.
Cotton unlet: sales 6.0tl liales. .
Sugar arm. Coffee firm aud active .
[By Telegraph.]
Liverpool Market.
LIVERPOOL, August 9.
up
jO.ooo bales, of which 1,40(1 bales wero to snouiiatnin,
and 2.li bales to exooi tors. The market closed dull. '
and soino imtliorities tar easier, but not uuomblr
lower. Holders oiler freely, but show no ciiayosilma
to pruss sales. Middling Orleans 7 3-H'td.; do. Ilplunds
f,"i,il, alanclieHtar ailviiies are fnvirable. fur ex
port, goous uuninni, uiil miner auu, moiigriuria iur
home and the India tru lo.
Brcadstutr. Messrs. ltichardson, Bpenco k Co.
quote the market generally very dull. 1'lniirnt'adv
at V'mtYitTA. Wheat very dull anil tbe isolations
nr,. barely maintained; Westoru Ued ls.(U.((e0ii.:
VV hi tii tie4il.6d. A small parrel or new HontSerri
Whito brought HSim.fid. Corn dull; uiixod and
Yellow !. '.nl.ur.os.; White 7(7e.3d.
Vrovisiiiiis lletT dull, but aloaity. 1'orK dull,
Daeon dull, but steady. Lard dull; ml' unim
portant. Tallow Inactive and iinchituiied.
l'rodure Aaliea nniet. Linatod Oil B"iu
steady ut ."i.sd.(J3a.iKl. for cuuiuwn. Spirits Tur-
pentiucstoauy.
[By Telegraph.]
Philadelphia Market.
PHILADELPHIA, August 22—M.
Flour very dull, there boind no shipping Jo-
dniiiiind; siuull aalcs superfine nt J..'-S 37', and ex
tras auu inncy ii
steady at &l 75.
Iras aud fancy from up
to 6 ui.
Hye Iflonr
eaay at ?J 75. corn-nieai 3 exx.
There is more Wheat coming forward, and price
3 6I
are drooping: sales 4,0f bushels at pi lol ;v for
Ked, and $1 aig.1 30 for Whito. ilyo wuntisl at 7 .
Cora Is in domand, and has advanced 7e.; sales 3, Oil)
bushels Yellow at anotHlo. Oats In lair demand ai
3&oi.3be. fur now, and iiti'Sc. fur old.
Provisions dull; sales olmnss I'oikat (IS; Mcaika
Sid'M sold ateMcundilNicaakscauvaiiedilamvat 12c.
Lard holl.-i slowly at lV:l'Uc. in brls., and Ilk. lu
kess. '
W hisky In better demand; 2U0 brls. Ohio uM ut
27c. How held higher.
[By Telegraph.]
Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, August 22—M.
Flour quietand heavy: quotationsunchangerl.
Whoat atoady and buoyant, aalca iVn bnalieh nt
$1 15g;l aofor White, ai d $1 ui,i V for Jtwl. Corn
Hrm: Whito 7fi7te.; yellow 7noe, Provision
dull: meat fork sella at Sit SO; Bacon tildes uki.
Whisky llrm at lie. for Ohio.
[By Telegraph.]
London Market.
LONDON, August 9.
Consols closed at 65 for money and 96
eJ.'.VS for eecniut. American Securities genernily
uiiohanged. Illiuoia ehares quote at.Hft.U: Illinois
Seven, of 1CT, 8n'i(f8.s0; New York Central CtisJKT;
firlo Third Mortgaxe . .
[By Telegraph.]
London Market.
LONDON, August 9.
' Breadstuff's dull. , Wheat did ided slightly .
ou new. Bngar stwoly. Tea arm. Tallow firm at
a.ls; Linseed Oil flim at 28s, 6d.2s.td.
I'reaoh-English and Germaa-Eziff lish
' ' '' 8Cfl.0Ol. ' ,.f i !V;
a
A
fIIE TBTJSTEE.t OF THE WESIeVAK
M. K .male College, Vlnn-stiert, l avo dotoruilni'd
to make tlte eoiinieln Uoderu Lantuagi-s thoroughly
irifctical, and inerel'ore sueceerti'ul, To this ud thoy
iu.v organized a t'rlnuiy liepartuiont In Kiench slid
Uerimtu, in which the young pupil, fjll be taimlit
euelitng, iteauiiig and Utiiun, lu oiiaor ot tiu-ns
limaiuues. in the same manner and at tbe aamo time
as they are tanirht tliesnuis brum ins in linklnb.
Alore advanced srholars will betuugbt as iimny of
their regular studies as possible lu t rench ainiUor
nian. ' I . ' ' i .
lu this way an ability tospeakaud rlt" tlieae lun-
.,uua wilt lu, m, i.tuitl'v Mn,,ii-il 11 .liu n.ntila
j L'itmgawm'beiopiranitum:
IM f or tur tiler Inclination apply ut the Lollrga,
on Vins-street, bvtwwn blxlb ami S viDth.
alllO-cOiWcw UUUkiUl AUKS, ticeidcut.
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