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"WANTS," "FOB SAW," "TO
"TOOKD,"Wnhlilom!i, oeoapylngnrs Unsf
er low, two Insertions, twenty -Are cents.
WAUTED--CARPENTER At 87 Bast
Third-street, for eight or tea dt, a skillful
and active) journeyman carpenter. tu36-b
WASTED TO RENT A boas of four
or live room by a prompt paylngtenant; will
take li tor two or lb ree years ir It suits. Would II"
ti take notsesslon by the lit of September. Address
B. H, W., toil offlce, ajdt
WANTED BOARDING A mam1
lady desires boarding In a private fanil.'f
where there ere no other hoardere. Beferenc'
(inn. Address Postomce Box 112, wit" ame ana
location. au36-b
WANTED GIRL A steady girl to do
general housework. Apply at once at this
office. augv-b
WANTED BOY An aotlve boy who
understands packing spices. Apply to PN
DBHY ft OU., north-west corner fifth and Walnut
streets. au-dt .
WANTED EMPLOYMENT In almost
any kind of business, by a young man, who li
honest, lutellleent and capalile. Addreas A. O. tf.,
fenny Press olHce. aiuW-b
WANTED GIRL A girl to go a short
dlttance into the country, to do general
housework in a email family. Apcly at the Peach
Depot, Mo. 11 West Fourth-street, to Si. OBEKM.
, ' , -. lros,-d-j
WANTED To tell a SCHOLARSHIP
in smith's Commercial College, for further
particulars, addreei K, B at Fr-ss offlce, au2-b
WANTED SITUATION Ai porter In a
tore, carriage trlmni ng or flnianiaa. Beet
of city reference given. Addreei D. J.,st this office.
au26-d
WANTED SITUATION By a vespect
able female, a situation In a itore, either In a
ladles' shoe, millinery, confectionery or fancy goods
tore, Satisfactory references given. Addrea. at.
P., fenny Preen office. i2
WANTED SITUATION A young lad
competent to Instruct In English and music,
withes to obtain a situation ae tUily or resident
governess: no objection to the oomitry. Hefurenres
exchanged. Addreei Postottice Box 126. Cincinnati.
l.au26-b)
WANTED To Rent, a FURNISHED
BOOM, In a private family, without board.
Address 0. M., Penny Press olBce. an23-b
WANTED FOUR HELPERS A finan
cial a.nt and book-ksopor; a honsc-koopor;
a Hi st rate foinaie baker, aud an experienced femalo
cook, for a largo institution near Cincinnati, aud all
to be Proteatante,ol good characters and recomuieud
atlons, Appl? to L. M. CRANK, 81 Sycamore-street,
(auB-b'
WANTED An experienced SOAP
BOIlKtt, Apply to Proctor Oam We, No.
MO WMtorn-row. au2J-aw
WANTED Fifteen good CAP MAKERS,
immediately, at 264 Main-street,
j-i l.au-cTuWeFr8a)
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ANTED 25 WOOD-WORKMEN To
work on Street-cart. Apply to
i, B. HHUUK,
anM-aw Corner Second and Elm-stroets.
FOR SALE.
FOR. SALE PIANO An elegant carved
Rosewood Piano forte and Stool, warranted
equal, If nor luperlor, in tune to any in this cny. It la
even octave lia the corrugnen aoundlng board, and
tlie uolce Gampana attachment. oat at the manu
facturers, a year atnee, live hundred and fifty dollars.
Price $329. Address Box I931, Postottice. anM-aw
FOR, SALE BOOKBINDERY The whole
or part of a Job Bookbindery in the city, whero
a good business la guaranteed to any Inuiiitrious
sober man with a small capital, who underatanria the
trade, for particulars, address BOUKBINDKB,
Cincinnati. aulU-d
FOR SALE GROCERY The stock an
fixtures of a good grocory stand on Western
row; the stock Is small and wall selected. Terms
cash. Inquire at No. 207 Western-row. au24-b
FOR SALE Low for cash an excellent
business stand the Hlxth-streot Homo, doing
a good business both in the bar and boarding-boase;
being situated on the south-west corner of Sixth and
Plnm-trets, directly opnoslto the Market-bouse.
Tor terms apply to 3. BAENNINGKR, Proprietor, or
St. F. RIEDKIt, 73 West Third -street, up stairs.
' ' an24-aw
FOR SALE Eighty aorea of a good land
as there Is In Southern low. Price $6 50 per
acre. Would tako in exchange one fine buggy, the
balance in groceries, dry good., or boots and shoes.
Address, Box 58, Balahridae. Rosa County, Ohio.
au-o-j
FIOR BALE A double two-storv BRICK
1 HOUSE, and two LOTS, in ths 'Cincinnati
Building Company's Division, and the whole of
square No. 6, in Maxon Bedding-ton's Division,
Borne City; very low for cash, or short credit ou
part. Inqulroof J. Fraon, A tt'y., north-west corner
of Eighth and Main, Cincinnati, or of 8. Mason, on
the premls-a. au23-d
BOARDING.
BOARDING A gentleman and lady, and
two or three single gentlemen can be accom
modated with comfortable rooms and board, at No.
tvt He far! and -it rent, Hiil7-tfr
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT HOUSE To a prompt paying
tenant that will buy Aft J or seventy-five dollars
worth of furniture, a house of six rooms, gas, bath,
front, side and rear yard. Apply at 401 Serentu-st.
au26-bJ
FOR RENT A ROOM. A large and coro
modious Boom on Fifth-street, between Main
end Walnnt, suitable for a millinery store, or a fine
oniee. Terms moderate. Inquire at Mo. 26 West
Fifth-street. au22-wt
LOST.
T OST CAPE On Madison or Pike-street),
JLA Covington, a thin boblnst cape, trimmed with
buttons and Inules. Anv one returning i),a un, ,
Y. MKTOALF, Bacholor-street, between Bank-lick
snn nuBseu, win ue jiueraiiy rewaraea. so., all,.
lilNBR. auM-lr
MMPOTENCY CURED,
' AND ' ' '
FULL VIGOR RESTORED,
IS FROM ONE TO THREE WEEKS,
BY
DE. JAMES,
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NO. 79 WEST rOCETH-STREBT,
ONI10OOJ11 BELOW PIKE'S 0FEBA-H0UI1
-rR. JAMES CURES OLD CHRONIC,
(fLf? Ilercurial, Syphilitic, and all diseases of the
skin,-blood and generative organs. f
f DISEASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES, .
Such as Amenorrhea, Dysmenorrhea, Hetorrnogla,
Oholorosii, Nervouf and General Debility, Ac, suc
cessfully treated.
PB, JAME8' long practice in New Orleans, and
the Indorsement of almost the entire Southern Press,
should convince the most skeptical as to his pro
Bclency. Thousands of testimonials conld be pro
duced by the Doctor, from persons whom he has
aoocesifully treated, did not the delicacy of the sub.
Jeot prevent the pub'lcatlon of names,
DB. JAKES' Offlce is No. 79 West fourth-street,
np stairs, one door below Pike's Opera-house, where
be can be consulted from nine A. M. till flvs P. II.
AllCProfeaaloBaJ Interrtewa Confldentlnl,
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THi pbess:
WANTS! WANTS!!
If yon want aaveniM in
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If job want a now. dTrU.a in ,,
P( ;ny rreu, I
If you want to Mil ajn ytlaiag, aoT.U r , ln j
Pe' r Vrtmjt, . JO
If you iritnt to bny aylog, 4wr f j th
PeW tr-itm. j j
In faot, eery want oan H uppr' rf 4 0j td?(r
tlslog in the
Pe nny Trs? t,u
CITY MATTERS.
Read the wat oo'iurjn ln the Pixny
Pit avery day. I
3. What has b tern of the Polloa Com
mlstlone."? I
3T FrtglSf cyitei'-j bare ajarjo , 8ppeaf.
ana ln ont el. 7 -J
t3-Charles l'l'-b' Jrjian, who oat big throat
some dejg ginoe, ia rapidly reoorarlng.
A consider able number of continued
owes will be tried I a the Polloe Court to-day.
number of prisoners were discharged
from the City Pris,m yesterday.
T"Filty-one catscs were disposed, of in
the Police Court yej itorday.
.OTM' ndvetliiement of Mrs. Hilleu's
Private Mchool in Anothor column.
Sei wal pritonors were discharged from
the County Jail, yesterday, by the Connty
Commissions . '
Thotn 'WhaUn was fined $19 and
costs, by Judi T lowe, yesterda-y, for selling
liquor on Sunday .
$ST Judge lyjwfi, yesterday, gave Joseph
Niemer the benofit ( of thirty days in the Cily
Prison, for publicly exposing bis person.
piT" Tor job work of every desoription, be
sure and leave ordarn at the Penkv Pam
offioa.
fSB" When will .Mound-street, between
Ninth, and Richmond, be rebo wldered? The
street is now in a most wretoht d condition.
S?" A fight occurred at doc n, yesterday, In
m saloon near the National 1 heater, between
Cox and Gudgeon, the suspended polloernen.
ja3The disagreeable taste whloh has at
tended the hydrant water for several days past
has entirely disappeared.
TThe Count; r Commissioners, at their
session yesterday, passed orders amounting in
the aggregate to $22 09.
fiS 8. J, Sowers has been appointed night,
and Thomas Linn day watchman at the new
Lunntlo Asylum at Carthage.
$3S The case of Connolly, charged with
incest, was tried in the Police Court, yester
day, and continued until Saturday for fur
ther bearing.
Chkwing Tobacco. The best in the mar
ket, and in great variety, at Patterson's, 197
Walnut, and 115 Main-street. Retailers can
havo a few pounds at the same rate as by
the box. 17eod
A witness named Featherby was finod
$5 and costs by Judge Lowe, yesterday, for
oontompt of Court, ro-fuBing to obey a sum
mons In the case of Cosaady t. Woodruff and
Mortimer.
BEx-Deputy-Marshal Ragen was tried
in the Police Court, yesterday, upon a charge
of grand larceny the particulars of which
we have heretofore given and honorably
discharged.
. jeSFE. Coz, policeman in the Seventeenth
Ward, was discharged, day before yesterday,
by Mayor Sishop, for drankenneBs. A sub
stitute named Gudgeon was suspended for
thirty days, for a similar offonse.
3James Lawson and Jesse Philips
were held in bonds of $500 by Judge Lowe,
yesterday, to appear at the Court of Common
Pleas, and answer the charge of stealing a
horse and buggy from a gentleman residing
at Mt. Pleasant. . .
B. Eggleston, Esq., President of the
City Connoil of this oity, received, day before
yesterday, a very handsome present from Phila
delpbia, ln the shape of a handsome cane, made
from a picceof timber taken from Independence
Hall.
ST'Squire Peter Bell was before Judge Lowo,
yesterday, charged with committing an assault
and battery upon a man named Miller. There
being no erldenoe of suoh an assault, the
'Squire was dismissed. Miller, of course, had
to fork over the costs.
BoBMCkv. The house of Mr. longloy, on
Ninth-street, near Linn, was entered by
thieves last Wednesday, while the. family
were absent in the country, and robbed of
jewelry and silverware. Mr. L. is unable to
state the amount of goods stolen until his
family returns.
An inquest was held by Coroner Carey,
yesterday, over the body of an Infant, at the
residence of its mother, Margaret Moniton, on
the oorner of Linn and Bank-streets. It was
at first tbongbt that the mother had killed the
obild, but oiroumstances went to show that it
died from neglect immediately after birth. -
SJP The following is the aggregate of the
returns made by the assessor of the Fourth
Ward, to the County Auditor, yesterday:
Total.'
Land and
Land. Bnlldlmm. Vulld'gs
Total taxable. J70.110 l.M.lsO 6,'Ji3,iO
Total exempt 63,170 3,0UO- M
Qra'dtotaltoxnntaa'd:,3,2a) 1,73D,VX 7,072,470
' fAs one of the Clifton omnibuses was
passing along Court-street, between Main and
Walnut, about three o'oloch; yesterday, one of
the fore-wheels came off, whlohjlet the 'bus
down with snoh force as to injure several pas
sengers who were inside. ' The driver was
thrown from bis seat J considerably bruised.
JZr The National American Association
met at the corner of Sixth and Welnur.-ptreets
last evening, and presented a series of resolu
tions, recommending the calling of an Ameri
can Convention (o nominate candidates for the
approaching ea pIgn,' whloh were laid over
for one week. -i "t -
7
7
12
6
to
to-day,
rt
J I "J u MUW 111 VI XLttlUlllUn
untr ; only three were sold, as follows:
4fc we8t aide of Broadway, commencing
t.,. corner oi uroaaway end
' oerty-steeet, running south on Broedwav
j5 feetj belonging to the administrators tof
uo ojowib, vaiuea at S74 per foot for lot
ana improvements; sold to W. L. Spooner
sur. oi per toot. .Lot So. 334, on the south
side of Third-street, botween Elm and Plum-
streets, belonging to Robert Thomas, valued
at $8,000 for ground and improvements; sold
xo toward llael for $4,000. Lot on north
side of Congress-street, (122 feet 8 inches,)
east oi me corner of Broadway and Congress
streot, at the south-east corner of Joseph
walkers lot; thence running northwardly
on said Walker's line 100 feet; thence eaat
wardly on a line parallel to Congress -street
19 feet 2 4-10 Inches; valued at $5,009 for
ground and improvements; sold to David
Unffey and Daniel II. Mortin for $3,334.
Yistkbday's Trot. Yesterday afternoon
the first trot of the season came off at the Cin
cinnati Trotting Park. The horses, fonr in
number, were well matched, and the race was
elosely contested. The entries were as fol
lows t
rfc.Vihim 'ui",V hr-gt. wnor Mr. Kockey.
Dunham 4 Hlgdou..s.iii.Jcnuy -...I'immocK!
Mr. Li.lmwa bl. g. Jnohawk......". 1.... .SwSn.
"Wagner" was the favorite at the start, and
had the odds in his favor, but when put to his
work he performed badly, and sadly disap
pointed his backera. The race wag won by the
bay mare, "Jenny" having been ruled ont
after the third heat under a rule of the course.
The following is a summary:
"Fanny Hope"-3, 1, 3, h "Wagner" 4,
3, 1, 2. "Jenny"-2, 2, 4. "Mohawk," I, 4,
2,3. Tim-6:36 5:41 , 6:il.
Over fifteen hundred people were present,
among whom were many ladies.
StiilElictbottpxs. Salmon and Gamier,
in Paris, place the newly-engraved eopper
plate in ths bath, where, by their recently dis
covered process, it is duly coated with steel
without the least hurt to the engraving. In
this way is produced a steel plate for a copper
plate, and steel being much harder than cop
per, a muoh greater number of impressions cm
be printed from the improved surface than
from the simple plate. As soon as it shows
signs of wear, the surface of steel Is dissolved,
and a new surface formed by the means pre.
viously employed. This process will tend to
reduce the price of really fine engravings, and,
if carefully followed np, the last impression
will be soaroely less beautiful than the first
A MODIL LlTXBART 1XD SCIKKTIFIO iHSTl!
tutb. Doctor A. Curtis, of this oity, is a vet
eran Instructor in the soienoes, and is well
known in this city. Through his Journal of
Education, and by his addresses In the State
Teachers' Association, he has advised the
teaohers of the State of his design to open in
this oity, No. 87 East Third-street, in the old
Bazaar Building, which is roomy and conve
nient, an institution aooordlng to his peculiar
plan. In the evening, In the large hall, leo
tures, reoitations, concerts, A-o., will be a fea
ture, lie has engaged oompetent associates
and will oommenoe the session on the 6th of
September.
A Gextlemak's Diabt op bis Wife's Teh
per. Sunday A thiok fog no seeing through
it. Monday Gloomy and very ohilly. Tues
dayFrosty, at times very sharp. Wednes
dayBitter cold; flying clouds. Thursday
Storm in the morning; clear evening. Friday
Gleams of sunshine; went to 58 West Fourth
street and bought her a Grover Sc Baker Sewing
Machine. Saturday Resplendent witbjewels;
everything sparkling and bright; calm and
pleasant day.
E9The following is a list of letters de
tained for nonpayment of postage at the
postofEce, in this city, August 25:
J. B. Phields, Now Albany, Ind.
Miss Ellen Oonroy, Gcotervlile, Ind.
Mrs. H. W. Larlng, Hising Sun; ind.
B. P. Chase, (Governor) Columbus, O.
J. & A. Potrie St Co., Now York. ,
Miss Lljizlo Morton, Harmon, O.
Bllsa Molly McNeal, Taylor's Port, Ky.
SliirtlD Merklo. East Cambridge, Mass, ,
Hnsan Duchoraln, Owonaville, V.
William T. Kribben St, Louis, Mo,
Mrs. W. H. George, Biuhsylvaniu.
Mellaril Jackson. Ham lton. 0.
John Solbery, Prestonvillo, Ky.
$3 Our citizens will be afforded an oppor
tunity, this evening, to enjoy a rich treat at
Pike's Opera-house, otn which ooeusion Mas.
Cohnhaim, Esq., editor of the New York Bu-
moritt, will give a rehearsal of his eomio pelce,
entitled Berlin and Nvw York. Mr. C. will
give a striking illustration of ths contrast be
tween the Old and Nenv World. A rich treat
may be expected by all who attend.
JS5A man named Michael Qaron, who re
sides on Dublin-street, committed a brutal as
sault upon his wife with a buot-jack, about ten
o'olock last evening. After inflioting a fright
ful gash upon ber head he put her ont of th
house. She was found lying upon the side"
walk by officers Schavler and Walker and con
veyed to the Hammond-street Station-house.
Dr, Beck was sent for, who dressed her wounds.
Oaren was arrested and locked up.
Meteorologioal observations for the
Pinnt Pbbss, by Henry Ware, Optlolan, No.
West Fourth-street, August 25, 1859.
O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer.
A. M..... 29.60 67
M .m.............W.60 . ' go
P. 11...
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Lkbanok IIocsb. We cheerfully recommend
the above establishment to travelers visiting
the town of Lebanon. ' Abner Boss k Son.
proprietors, are old hands in their business;
consequently, visitors may rest assured of re
ceiving good entertainment during their stay.
JSPrMembere' tickets, admitting their family
the Horticultural Exhibition, at Palace
Garden, commencing September 8, are now
ready to be had of ths President or Secretary.
E, J. HOOPER, Secretary.
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Jgf Charles Jones entered a boot and shoe
store on the; levee yestere'ay, and helped him
self to a pair of shoes. Charles was arrested,
and will appear before his honor, Judge Lowe,
to answer the charge. ;
rEdward Coleman was arrested by Dep
uty Marshal Soott, yesterday, upon a warrant,
charging him with stealing a pair of gold skirt
buttons from a lady who resides on Cherry
alley. .
" 1 1 i
p& There were no arrests made at the
Bremen-street Station-house at a late hoar
last evening, v" 'XU vV'-i; -'-' i'-- i
a , 8 8 Out of twenty-one lota
offered for rj, in the Mhmda of the Court
fiouse, yes erri v 0i,-.:n. tt.m.
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AMUSEMENTS.
Woon's TasATKB Tai PinoDi Orm
TaourE.-Last night Donizoltrsgrand opera, Li'cis
si Bonata, was jresented at Wood's Theater by
the Farodl Opera Troupe, to an audience much
largerthan that of the previous evening. Farodl, in
inn roieor "Lncrcila," fully sustained bsr reputa
tion as an artiste. In this roleshs is acknowledged
byeverybodj to be without a peer. Her voice has
lost none or its quality since hr last visit to this city,
and, in fact, we n.ver knew It to possess such volume
and power as it did last evening. 8lgnor Bellini as
"Mofflo Ornlnl," boT.m nt nni f.ivorito with the
andience. The ' Hi indlii" vm ivmlerwi with all the
abandon at d fn;v ii Hint Vtv;!ll is canableof giving
it, and Infinitely uiuio luiluful to the musical text.
fiignor Gnono and Slgnor Sorlglla, in thoir repective
roles, gave general satisfaction, and were warmly
sppinuuea throughout the Opera. This evening will
be presented the Opera of TaovATOss, with Parodl
as "Azucona," and Alalnooas "Leonora."
AMBICm OpKii-SIKQSES THI CONCERT
LASTNiaHT.-Vith one oftho leading Prima Donna's
of an Italian Opera-tronpe singing on the same evon
in this city, and numerous families who prtronize
musical entertainments, absent from home, the at
tendance in Pike's Opera-house last night must have
been gratifying to the distinguished ladr eomnll.
meatcd, and to her friends. Ths West End turned
out spiritedly. We rejoice that Cinninnatl audiences
properly appreciate American talent. But to the
debut, in Cincinnati, of the buyant Child of Song,
who saw before her troops of her girlhood frlonds
i'lae s Opera-house hag not, ln our opinion, hud a
vocalist on Its boards who has given such general
satisfaction, as did Mrs. Vsrlan Jamos. She has
been a rollicking, joyous parlor singor in our city, and
now, as a beautiful woman, of elegant carriage, full
rich voice, powerful in the middle and higher notes'
sho executed choice operatio airs with force and
sweetness, and joyous abandon. Th rln.ta
given with thrilling offect, and establi.hed at
once the harmony of ths voices of Mr. Cooko and
Bin. jumos. TneAmerlcsn debutante was wo, thy of
tho brilliant audience iu attendance, and is ilrinlv
established as a No. 1 vocalist. Let her b encour
aged and sustained. American women should be
encouraged to take fosltlon ln ths higher range of
opera music-thay can and they should.
Palaoe Garden is beooming one of the
most popular place of amusement in the city. Mr.
Mallory is determlued to snare neither rwln. or
expense, to offer amusements worthy of patron.ge.
COVINGTON NEWS.
This Bridge to bh Finibhkd. Since Miles
Greenwood, Esq., of Cincinnati, has accepted of the
Presidency or the Covington and Cincinnati Bridgo
Company, the chances for tne completion of tho
bridge have Increased an h undred fold. Drocnlnii In
at the office of the comps ny, yesterday, we learned
that its affairs were really in a flourishing condition,
and that there was a prospect the bridgo would be
positively nnished within a couple of yoars. Thoro
sre some certain poraons who are propared to take
J30O,0OD In stock, payable in fifteen roars, and will rlo
so just as soon as the company here can secure
$2UO,000 In convortlblo bonds Into proforrod stock.
Already have $,20,W0 of tho amount been raisod, and
the chances aro that the remaining $so,O0O will bo
made np before the ensuing spring, whon It 1b pro
posed to recommence operations with the $5UI,000.
Thus, in tho hands of the company, thero will bo
ample means to finish tho structure.
Hahhas Pardokkd. Not long since we
noticed an affair that took placo botween Jclin AVol.
den and Timothy Halihnn, iu which Welden was
badly cut iu the face and heod. Tho authorities had
Ballhuu arraigned, before the Circuit Court, which
sentenced him to pay a Sne of two hundred dollars,
and to be imprlsonod in the City Jail for tho term of
slx;months. It appears that Hulihan was not a
man of bad cbara eter, .and some of his friends ever
since his confinement, havo been ondeavorlng to
procure his release), and to a good purpose. Yesterday
morning the gentleman who acted as counsel for the
prisoner received a telegraph dispatch from the
governor, announcing that he bad granted a pardon,
andiHalibaa was in consequence roleased from
Jail.
Thick or A Neoro. Ono day last week
Daniel Piatt, Esq., a 'well-to-do farmer, living in
Union, Boone County, discovered that a line horse
was missing from Ills Htablo, oue that ho valued at
83U0. Thinking that tho thief had come to the city,
Mr. Piatt came down on Wednesday for the purpose
putting tho officers on tho scent, and, we boliovo,
offered a reward for the recovery of the animal,
returning homo, we lenrn, ho round his horso was
home first. Ho suspects the negro belonging to a
neighbor made use of him to go on a spree, and not
returning as soon as he expected, turned him loose.
TTThe improvement of Third-street, bo
tweon Scott and Madison, Is progressing with con.
slderable rapidity, and we aro glad to see that the
paving promises the two groat reiiuisitcs-smgoth-ness
and durability.
Sot Yit Callkd For. One of tho clerks
tho postofdeo told ns, ycnteHiy. that thore was a
letter in the pnsroibVomldrai.-cdln il.o "Ugliest man
Covlngto!i." Wo suijgrsteti tlmt It should be for
warded over to the Itup ,rter of the Enquirer, as bo
ing just tho man out it ltd to receive it.
NEWPORT NEWS.
Youko America Jubilant. The boys ap
pear to be fully aware that their vacation Is drawing
a close, and are therefore making the best uso tboy
can of tho intervening time. Ymtorday uftcrnoon
groups of them were gathored in suitable places, on
gafiod In playing ball; others woro running the
streets, and enjoying thomselves generally. If the
adage, "Those who ploy hardost during vucation
learn fastest in school," be truo, wo think wo can
safely say, "Howport against the world!"
59The vacant lot on the corner of Bello
vue and Isabella-streets is to ho improved by the
eroctlou of a brick building one hundred and two
feot long, thirty-two feot wide, aud ono story high.
Workmen aro now engagod laying tho foundation .
Good Nbws for the Poor. If swine are as
plentiful all ovor Kentucky as ln the streets of How
port, pork will command about two cants per pound
next winter.
SJ" Watermelons are decidedly plonty,
and prices such that all can afford to eat them.
9Tcero was no criminal business before
the Mayor yesterday.
$3S Ae licking is falling rapidly.
HOME INTEREST.
OST 8. H. Pan In, Advertising A cent. No.
Wet fourth-street.
MT Winder's Mky-lieht Gallery-All style.
Pictures made on short notice.
er Twenty-live Cent Atnbrotynes can be
had at ArpiKMTa Co.'s, No. Se Broadway.
Wippls-cate dc Co.'s Gallery, No. 08
Broadway. Who would not have a likeness of them
selves at a cost of only twenty-five eents
SB Winder's) Sky-llaht Gallery, Western-
row, opposite court-street. The cheapest and best
Pictures mads in the city.
sWDneuerrean Gnllery, South-west cor
of Sixth and Western-row, over Ilaanaford's
drag store. Pictures taken and put in good cases for
twenty cents. Wairanted to please.
RIVER NEWS.
In a short time, we will supply our readers
with a greater amount of river news than heretofore.
will allot a certain space for this department, and
hope our efforts will be duly appreciated, as we
desire to make the Fenxt Pbiss a geueral newspaper.
..
SPMary Walker, the prosecuting witness
against John Engen, in the Police Court, yes
terday, raised quite a row with a number of
other witnesses, on Lodge-street, last evening.
Mary was locked up in the Ninth-street Station-house,
on a charge of disorderly con
duct. Tllnry Moore and Margaret McMnnus
entered the grocery store on the south-east
corner of Western-row and Court-street, yes
terday, and while one called for something to
drink, the other carried off a piece of pickled
pork. They were arretted and locked up.
jSTA gentleman employed in attending
tne "iriying Dutohman,"at the corner of fifth
and Race- streets, met with a serious accident
last evening, by being caught in the machinery.
ills right arm was very much laoerated. . He
was conveyed to Dr. Horner's drug store, where
his wounds were properly dressed.
BOOK NOTICES.
T FS",',8 R7I'1" a complete
... .,.,, cmiiuui, m ,u inter
towns, and place; tributary thereto. In the United
Slates and (,'snada: . , a list of tho Officers aud
Agent connected with the Kutlnmda, Cnls,and
uuHaiwu i vii,,uiui. Dunnio: James A
Phelps. 18.VJ. Cincinnati: Robert Clarke A i!n.
This isa useful book; its tltlo defines Its value. As
a oooa or reference, every business man should havo
acopyortlie work accessible in his counting-room
MONETARY.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Aug. 25—3 P.M.
quiet, with an lmnrovod feel
inggenorally; tho oflorings are qulto large, and the
Vierount-houscs are doing nil the Papor they possl
oiy can for thoir regular customers. The rate re.
mains the same as former quotations, with a little
better supply of Currency.
Tho demand for Eastern Ixchango continues ae
tive, and the market was firm at H premium selling
rate 10 regular custoinors; buying at JC cents pre
mlnm.
New Orleans Exchange continues Inactive at JiJ
buying rate; selling at par.
Gold firm at (M) cents buying rate; selling at 13
cental premium,
A private dispatch from Chicago reports their rate
for Eastern Exchange at 2 per cent, premium. This
caused an improved fooling In Illinois, Missouri and
lowa currency-the rate to day belna- 2 ner cent
discount. 'Our opinion Is, that Bxchange la Chicago
win not remain at tins figure any length of time.
Missouri Currency, but llttlo in the market; the
rate Is unchanged, 'A discount for all branches out
oi ai. ijoiiis.
No change In Land Warrants.
The last dates from New York report a better feel
Ing ln financial circles; the ruto being 77J forshort
uppruveu names.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
THURSDAY EVENING, August 25,1859.
- undergo anv Imnor-tautclmiiKOto-diiy:
thed, -mond continues moderate,
as, nuiwltiijtiidlu the ountlnm-d mvornide advices
from New York, buyers aro dispimid to hold back:
JiNJIirls soldatjt 7el 7.', for siiperflne,aud84 enftl
fur extra, l.oio hrl.. wan, kmumvmI ti.n iu, ,u...
WHISKY The demand cnntlmios active, and
prices are o. higher, with sales of tOObrls. at 244ia
?c., the latior rate for waitou
I'KOVIHIONS-ftwas rather easier to buy Bacon
to-daj,, but pri.es er- unchanged ! ths salos vero
UW ilids. Hldei.atM. Mess Pork dull and heavy,
hIu, tinder th ailvicea from New York: Mfl brls.
old at $14 37&I4 AO, Nnthinit d.,ue in Ilmk Heats.
Lard dull: 150 kegs sold at 1I(4C. aud 21 ti.rcen at
lOtto. The latter Is offered at loXo.
Oil". Mule, fit 1117 hrlu l.n.uu,l u, nkAjm.nrl
Isgood. u""m
UKdCERIFM-Snr In fair A.,r.,A r.Mu.
for low fair to prime. Molasses 37tjaic. Coffee U)i
)12!4f.
, WHEAT The demand continues active, end prices
"ate lurther mlvmiced 2(d..1o. pur bushel; cloeiug at
Jl mforprimo Whito, 81 luffill 12 for goud !., and
Slffll Hi fur Bed : hales K(i bunhels prime White at
SI 15,1,2. 0 do. good do. $1 10, w) do. prime Hill nt
Jl 1)2, and .VKldi) do. Bed at Si. Received, during
the nRt twenty fonr houra, .VWO bushels.
(JOHN-The market remains dull at 777So. for
fair mixed : snles 2,imo Imi-licls on private terms.
KYE-'i'ho market is firm, with a good demand at
72(W73c.
ItARtEY The market Is unchanged: wo quote
old at 60c.
OATS-A good demand, and the market is firm:
sales 000 bushels at 41c, and 1,000 do. at 42c.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, August 25—P.M.
,,
Flour generally active, and 5(l0c. hotter:
sal" 11,000 brls. at St '4 im for superflno State;
84 iHHHii for extra d.: gl 3IM 3H for old, and 8 4iKa
S Mtfui 'fresh-gmund shipping brands extra rounii
hoop Ohio: closing firm. Canadian Flo,,r steadr:
tales 2Mi brls. ac ?l IMS 74 lor oitra. Smalt sales
Kyo riour at 3 XM 75.
Wheat steady and unchanged: sales 10,000 bushels.
Including new mixtd MIcliiKHU at SI .Hi; new White
Kentucky at SI So; newKed Southorn at (I 2C(ai at;
new White Baltimore at Bl 40, and old White Sllclii
gan on private tonne. Rjo firm: sales .150 bushels at
NIc. Barley quiet, (torn dull: Bales 12.C00 bushels at
7ne. forold mixed W.isten,; S2(is3e. for new do., and
lc. for lelluw Soutborn. Oaie firm nt 3"(&t)c. for
Sratc; 3'.i(tjH0c. for Western, aad 4243o. for Cana
dian. W hisky better and active: enlesMW brls. at 27c.
Fork inner mid lees nctl re; sales 2,8011 lirls at 311 27
14 75 for mess; JI4 f,2 toruninspislpd do., and
510 12 fur prime. Bwf dull: suits 1,573 brls. at
85 yniiii for country prime; If7f?i7 23 fur do. mess;
f.40411 for ropackod Chie,g, and S12(col2 50 for uxtra.
BeetHamH quiet at 8l5('0!8. Ilacon dull: sales 100
packages at u hCQ'e. for thoulders, and SJuelMo. for
Hums.
Lurd steady: sales 350 brls. at loailc. for No. 1
city to prime Western. Butter firm at J3(nl7c. for
Ohio, and levasio. for Stam. Cheese urai at 4J4(a'jio.
Cotton dull: sales SOD bales.
Mice dull at 3' ic.
bugar advuncud lie on too week.
[By Telegraph.]
Liverpool Market.
LIVERPOOL, August 12.
quoted at 8d.; mid
dling "H'l.: fair Mobile 7d.; middling 7'4d.: lair
uplauds VM.i middling 6 15-lod. The stock In port
is estimated at 633,w bales, of which 877,009 were
American.
Manchester advices Indicate a quiet, but firm mar
ket. Bniadstuffs quiet, but stnady. Provisions declin
ing, aud holders pressing their Block on the market.
LONDON, August 12.
Consols for money closed at 95(3,05.
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 25—P.M.
Cotton Sales 1,500 bales, nil new, atll
G)KXc. Flour dull at 85 for iiupertine. Cornsteaey
at SI for prime White. Oats quiet at SOc. Pork dull
nt $U 5utor nesternmoss. Cuttou freights to Liver
pool )sil.
[By Telegraph.]
Havre Market.
HAVRE, August 12.
Cotton has declined l2t'.; Ifew Orleans
tres-onlinairo quoted at ll.lf., and baa at lOCf. The
sales of the woek were 5,0u(! bales.
Steamboat Register.
Absivals. Melrose, Portsmouth; Dnnlelth, Mays
vllle; buperler, Louisville; Cliallenge, St. Louis; Pro
gress. New Orleans; Ida May, St. Louis; Qlouwood,
Pitttdjiirgh.
Dn'.aTuas. Melroso, Portsmouth; Sunloith,
Maysvillo: Huporior, I.ouIhvIIIo; Idurninru, Pitts
burx; liicknmn, Aleinphis; Glenwood, Louisville.
JOHN H. DETERS,
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. S3 West Fourth street,
II AB now on l and tho largest and host stock of
Gentlemens' fine Hlipneraever offered iu this mar
ks!. Uall und see iheni. nul'j
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
Plf N.MY PRESS ONEWEEK.
f 0 STEH CII MAKKING PLATES
GO T
33. 3VE. FCTWEIIS,
ltj Wnluut st bet. Third and Fourth ets.,
(Next duor to the Masonic Temple.)
ans-amt
Omnibus Stands.
EaST Walnut Hills From corner Sycamore and
Fifth streets every half hour.
West Walnut Hills (Lane 8omlnary.)-From No.
1W Sycamore street every nour.
Wiscekn Bow and Briohtn. From Main and
Fourth streets every ten minutes.
West Jnd Liks. From corner Fourth and Main
to Freeman and Hopkins streuls.
ltivxa H"ad and oEnAMhviLLi.-From corner
Broadway aud Pearl, and corner Fil th and Sycamore
etreats-every ten minutes.
Fulton, Pkkdlcton, and Colombia. From corner
Broadway and Lower Market- every ten minutes.
Thisd Btkbit Lim. From Newport Ferry to
Fifth street Ferry.
alotiNT Auburn. From corner Main and Fourth
streets every hour.
Vise Street Hill and Olitton. From corner
Main and Fourth streets every half hour.
CuHHiNsviLLB. From corner Sixth and Main
ttroeu every half hour.
UoviNOTON. From corner Fifth and Walnnt streets
every hour.
Post Office, Westies How and Clinton 9tkxit.
From corner Fourth and Vine every ten minutes.
P iron Uaron, Lebanon, and Moxaot. Daily, at
2 P .V. from UV Walnut street.
HataisoN. Dnlly, at 8 A. M., and 2 P. M,, (Sab
bum excepted) from Wl Walnut sireet.
Brookville Dully, (Sabbath excepted,) at S A.
M. from lu Walnut street.
Batavia and Ceoroetown. Daily, (Sabbath ex
cepted,) at 2i, P. m. from Broaawsy and Lower
market. '
Vexicb and New London. Daily, (Sabbath ex
cepted,)at t. M from InV Walnut street.
Moiitoomebi From corner Ninth and Sycamore
streets. laily.(8abbath excepted,) at 1H, P. M.
Avonoale. From 171 Walnut surest, , 10, U, A. X
I.F.M.
EDUCATIONAL.
Wesleyan Female Collegd.
THE FTRST SES8I0N OF THB BIQH
MT'SKU.Y,r of ,hl nsiutlo will Usrla
on MONUAY. August J9, at half-past sight, ATM
aud will continue twenty-two weeksT
The course of study is extensive, aad embraces all
the common aud higher English branches, together
with Latin, the Modern Languages, and Moslo and
Brawing. The system of teaching is thoroue h and
practical, and no pains will be spared by the able anl
efficient corps of teachers to make sound scholars.
The course of Modern Laneruagos will be made moot
more practical than heretofore.
N. B. There will be a single session daily, com
nirncing at half-past eighs A. JH and dosing at
balf-ps! one 1. M.
Oar For rurtlier information or for admlsslen av
Sly at the College, on Vine-street, between Slxt band
eventh. B0BKBT ALLYM, Presideat.
aul6cawcvr
Iiench-Eoglisli and tferman-EflS-lSh
School.
THE TETJSTEE8 OF THE WES LET AK
Female College, Vine-street, have determined
to make the course In Modern Languages thoroughly
firactlcal, and therefore sncerssftifa. To this end ther
lave organized a Primary Department In French and
Oerman, In which the young pupils will be tasght
tipelling, Beading and Writing, in either of these
liinsuages iu the same manner and at tbn aama time
as they are taught the same branches in English.
More advanced scholars will be taught as man of
their regular studies at possible in French and Oer
man. In this way an ability to spaak and write these lan
guages will be aa readily acquired a If the papui
were sent abroad.
The extra charge will be Sin per annua,
aM7For further information appl; at the College,
on Vine-street, between Blxlh andSeventh.
au!6 cawcw BOBEhYC ALLYN, President.
Ilerron's Seminary.
THE THIRTY-FIRST SESSION OF H B1U
RUN'S SEMINARY will commence oa MOM.
PAY, August the th. The course of instruettoti
is thorough, and Boys and Young Men are here pre
pared either for College or fur Business. Oompetent
Teachers, who love to work, are employed, and ae
pains will be snared to sn.tnln heaood nanis it haa
enjoyed for fifteen years. The price or Tuition baa
uoi ueen cnanguu, aunougu too io, as tne otijeet la
not so much to make noney as todo giod. There are
thre DenartmenlM Prlmnrv. Pn,nan.lnrv. and (VU.
leglate In which all the branches of an Kngiish ltd
uuniion, Latin, On-ek, Oerman and f'raucb Lan-
oimh -ourseof Hook -Keeping are taught, wltk Leo-
iires every weea. nan an nour. ironi iu V every
morning, is devoted to nioial Instruction. reading the
Scriptures by u. p 'pile, singing and prayer. Own..
positions and icchimation weekly.
PRICES OF TUITION:
Prlmarv TJena, tmont. session of flvemont.ha....ftti an
Preoaratorv Den.rtmeut. ' ... m Ul
Collegia' e I-epartmeiit, ' '! " ,.. 24 oo
Oerman Language, extra, " " " s (
r vuuii . -- m. B 01
Bo. k Keeping, " " )n OS
Driiwiiigand l aln'lng, extra, " " ... 10 00
Number limited to one hundred, and iiach iinnll
carefully clnsslBod auj-bw w.
SELECT SEMINARY,
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
No. 153 WEST FOUETH-STBEHT,
I.. HAHDINf, ) ,.
Blie. H. A. UUItO,Prlno,1,'
The Fall Term of this Seminary will open on the
First Monday of heptember.
DAILY LESSONS IN FRENCH BT
Professor HE BKJQLE8, of whom Professor
laanuellesiiys, ''1 should deem any Institution for
tunate iu engaging him as a teacher of the French
language." auJ4
THE CINCIN N A T I
Literary and Scientific Institute.
No. 87 East Thlrd-atreet,
7"ILL BE OPENED ON THE STH OF
."- ... ....... . . .... ,uv iu.uuu.iuu ui neiwni H
both sex.s and all Hem, by Or. A. CDJBTIo aod
corps of assistants of the first order.
The object of this Institution Is to develop the
whole man, physical, mental and moral; to give hint
a good knowledne of the mo t vsl uable sciences, art,
languages aud lit-rature, and especially the greatest
of all arts, that of educating youth for nserulueea
and happiness,
e or particulars apply at toe Institute
A, CUUlltf, A. at., H. D
President.
to
amvzw
Cincinnati Female Semlnarr.
Corner Seventh and Mound street.
wT.,iW5.t5e"l0,,J)f 'N' institution will open on
MOMJAY. Hneteniher A. IhAU.
V Invite attention to the completeness of or
facilities for a substantial and nnished Education.
Catalogues may be bad at I lie ( t , and from
John D. Thorpe, Mo. 74 West FoisrwSwwrMt.
Cincinnati, Aug. 15, 1S5U. nil 5 . pflnclpals
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR TUT
PENNY PRESS ONEWEEK.
LEGAL NOTICES.
TRUSTEE'S S4LE.-0N MONDAY,
the 19th day of September, A. D. ISM, at th
rotunda in the Court-house, in the city of Cluclonstl.
st 12 o'clock M. of said day, I will sell at pubilo auc
tion all the followlng-descriticd real estate, vis:
1. Lota numbered seven (7) and eight (8) in sonar
number three (3lof plstB, la tlie subdivision or the
estato of Uavid E. Wade, as recorded in Book Bo.
117. page U6, of the Records of Hamilton County,
Ohio, and fronting each tweatr-AveCiM fast on West
ern (.anal or Plum-aireet, and running back toe
same width one hundred and flltt-iix fmt thm
inches to Providence-street.
2. All tlmso lols of land it,mt In th. fllw nt ni.
clniiMl, Hamilton County, Ohio, and being nam-
min.j. uuieiy-uue vi), nineiy-iiro ivziena
ninety-three (3J, in siuare number four(4),ot the
subdivision of lots mode by Hetcbklss, Avery and
(Jarbr, recorded in Nook No. 89, page 0l, of the
Keconls of Hamilton County, Ohio, aud each of (aid
lots frontinu twenty-seven (27) fact, making I0d fset
In all, on the south elrlo of llonroe-nreet, and ex
tending buck ou parallel lines ninety (90) feet to aa
alley.
3. Also the following, situate in Cincinnati, for
merly In Mlllcreek Township, in section number
nineteen, (l'j) iu Township nnmber three (3) In the
seconil fractional range iu the Miami Purchaae, being-eixty-jhreo(63)
feet and six inches in front on the
uuiuieny siuu oi me vincinnati ana Harrison Turn-
Slkettoad, and running thence portberlyfour hun
red foet, more or less, to the land of John Riddle,
feUj, ouuuded on the east by alot of ground eonveyed
by Bernard and wife to John Hockney, Novembers,
Mi, and on tlie went by a lot now or formerly bslona
ing to Mark Atkins.
4. Alto the following, situate in Cincinnati, Ham
iltoti County, and State of Ubio, and being lots num.
burod twenty-three (23; aud twonty-foiir,(M)in Wad
A Dudley's addition or subdivision of lot in said
city, as recorded in Book W, page 149, of the Hamil
ton County Records, said lots twenty-three (2V and
twenty-four (i4) being on thesouih side of Poplar
street, went of Western-row; being each twenty-iiv
(lift) feet in front on the south side tf Poplar-street,
nnd running back in parallel linessouth oue-hUf the
distance from Poplar to Oliver-street.
5. Also, the following In Cincinnati, commenoing
at a point on the south side of Clark-elrtet, one
hundred and twenty-three teet eaet of the south
east comer of Clark and Freeman-streets: thsnoe
south at right angles tu Clark-street, two hundred
and one feet; thence in an easterly direction twenty
eiKht(a) feet; thence in a neither ly direction and
parallel with said west line at right angles to Clark
street, two hundred and oue fort to Clark-street)
thenco westerly on the south line f ( Urk-ttreet,
twenty-eiglit 2H) feet to the beginning', being lot
numbered thirty-nine (3'J) In G. W. TucWs sub
divtHlon of the Cutter property, as recorded in book
number Eijht (, in the division among the heirs of
cWth Cuttor, declared. -
6. Also, ths fullrwing lot, situate ln Hamilton
Connty. and being hit numbered thirty-nine on the
plat of subdivision of Avondsle, ln s.ld connty, aa
rw-orded iu Plat Book N o. 1, page of the reoorda of
S'dd cuun y.
Title to all the above property good; sals perama
tur; terms cash; being the same property conveyed
to the uiidersixued by deed of trust from 1 ha Clacia-
nail and t'hivaao Baltroad Company, July 1, utt,
recorded In Book No. 'JH, page 2K3.
JOHN v. HKRRON, Trustee,
Collins i Bxisox , Ait 'ys, 148 n alnut-st. aulvbgt
TRUS'lEli'S' SALJjiON 8 A TUB
HAT, the 24th day or September, 186V, at sieve
o'clock, A. M., 1 will .ell at public auction, at the
rotunda of the Court-house, in Cincinnati, (it aoc
seouer disposed 01.) the following-described real
eitate, viz:
iwo nuuureaana nity-nve wiw acres oi l ana, sit
uate in the county of Calhoun, and cllale of Illinois)
and being the North-east fractional j, of Section il
Township 8, a. Kange 3, W., ana lot No. 1,N. X. M of
Btction 3. Town 9, S. K. 2, W.
ALsO One hundred sad sixty acres In the eouty
of Cass, State of Illinois, and being ths North half
of ths North-west M of Section 15, Town IS, 21.
a. 10, W., and the East half of South-east fourth of
election 17, Town 17, N. of B. 11, W.
A LSO One hundred tni twenty acres In theeounty '
of Meson, and outs ot Illinois, and being th aorta
uaii vi DuuLii-wen. u, nvuuui, aim .u s,or.B-
east M of the ttooth-east it of Section 2, lowm
22, N-K.S, W. . . ;
A LSO One hundred ind twenty acres in the county
ot Hamilton, and State of Illinois, ai d being- tea
South half of south east M of Section 2, Tow
i, 8. B. 7, I. and the bouth-east H of the north
east X of Section 2S, Town 4, 8. of B. T, I.
ALSO One hundred and sixty acres In the county
of Jasper, and Huts oflndiaua, and being the South,
west H of Sec. Ion 17, Town 30, M. B. 7, W.
ALSO-Kighty acres ia the Bute or Iowa, aid
couutr of Cor 10 Oordo, and being the South half of
the North-west fractional X of Section 2, Iowa ti,
. of Range 22, W. .
To be soul as the property of Benjamin r. Lewis
and Orvls M. Moro, partners at Lewis t More, for
the beneat of their creditors, pnrsnaat te a eosa
mand of the Superior Court of Cincinnati, In to Ion
No.S,318, wherein J. B. Janray,st.al.,areoomplaia
ants, and Lewis A More,es. al.,ardefendabts. - -
Terms of Halo -One-Uiidol the purchasemonty
te be paid uaah on delivery of deem one-third la oat
...r -tiH one-third in two . veara. fmm iha Saw of
sale; deferred payments to be secured by mongs-re est
the premises. WM. B. SHlPPAltff,
wtuy le-awss awmm.

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