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WANTED.
"WANTS," "FOB BALI," "TO LIT," "LOST,"
"FOUND," Ac, In this column, occupying live line
or lew, two Insertions, twenty-five cents.
WANTED SHOEMAKERS On
women'! peg boot. Apply at 230 Walnut
street, up stairs. ep2-b
WANTED OAS FITTER8 Apply to
GIBSONS & MACDONALD, 202 Viuestroot.
w
ANTED A PORTEE At the Madi-
on Home. Apply Immediately, i ep2-b
Y7"ANTED A NURSE GIRL A full
t,,"n yo"n Wl"nn immediately. Apply
at 133 Went Seventh-street. scp2-b
V17"ANTED A HOUSE By a gentleman
with email family, no children. A house with
out a ball nut desirable. Address Box 769 Postottice.
iBopi-bw-eodt
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Two wire
drawers; none hut competent workmen need
ptlv: tu whom Hie bunt of wagos will be paid,
JOSHUA DUDLEY, Wheeling, Vu. sep2-d
WANTED SITUATION By a young;
man , a situation as porter; bns bad consid
erable experseno, accustomed to horsea; is well
acquainted In t b l city. Good reference givon. Ad
dress i'. IJ thin ufHco. sep2-b
YVANTED TERRIER PUPS
-Under
w nine milium old, to come and
kill Rati, free of charge, on next Monday,
at 4 o'clock, lalroarol tht Burnet House, ,
iniriieb-sireei, oeiweeu tine an tiace,
auu i nimanu r onriu.
Sop2-b
WANTED AGENTS To tell a desirable
, ., .work jest published, "Julian'! Interest
Tobies," containing accii'atecalcnlallons of Interest
at .1, ft. 7, 8, 9 soil 10 per cent., both a'niple and com
pound, on all sums from one cent to tlii.ioo, aud from
one day to i i years. A rare opportunity to make
money in the -ate of this new, cheap and useful
wurk. tor further information as to stKceas, testl
mony In its favor, and terms, address islamo Inclosed.)
or apply toj. HAZARD IAVIH, 427 Fifth-street.
sep'i-ninf
WANTED A good house-keeper, one
o , ?? 5,frHJ4 of work- Inquire at tiie Burnett
Saloon, lot Fifth-street, scpl-b
ANTED GIRL A gnod iteady girl
WT to conk anil wash. A competent person will
receive fair wages. Apply at Uu.tii Broadway,
sop Hi
"Vy ANTED SCHOLARS By a competent
teacher, several persons to receive lessons on
the piano; also, Instructions in vocal mnslo. Addreas
"Music," Veuiiy Press Offlce. Sep I -aw
ANTED IMMEDIATELY A man to
do meidlng in a Shoe Store, where he can
have constant employment and good wagos. Apply
to W. D. McKKAN, Hadlsou-struet, near Sixth,
Coi ington. Ky. epl-c
yANTED-IMMEDIATELY-Twogood
.i v8el.nfcll!,,chllle ,Mai- 8. ISAACS A
CO.'B, Mo 261 Maln-atreet. sepl-c
WANTED ROO M S Two or three rooms,
furnished or UDfurnlshed, without board, In
a private family. A respestable neighborhood de
sired. Address "B.," at this office. sopl-b
y ANTED SITUATION A young; man
u7 .wlneto,otothecpuntry. Is well acquainted
with the retail dry goods and grocery businesi.
Any one wishing to em ploy a man as salesman, book
keeper, or in any other capacity, will tlnd It to their
advantage to uddreBS Box 1912. sopl-b'
ANTED Two Clerks, two men Used
to homes, one or two men used to tho core
of horses and cows, on a farm i also a female
Teacher to go to the country, and several girls for va
rious situations In city -ml ootintry. Apply at the
General Agency Office, No. 362, Western-row.
epl) A. D, CAllSQj A Co
ANTED IMMEDIATELY One good
journeyman Shoemaker on ladlea morocco
boot! and gaiters. Address, with reference, Box 61,
Richmond, Indiaua. au3l-b
ANTED TO BORROW Ten thousand
dollars, (10,iti,) fur three or five curs on
tf&KlW orth &,'J. Inunlro of W. H. DA
VES HO KT, Attorney, No. 30 Weal Fuurth-.treet,
Cincinnati, 0. u3U-d
WANTED 30 WOOD-WORKMEN To
t. . , ?i".rk on tTmt Railroad Cars. Apply to J.
R. PALMKK, Omnibus Manufactory, Bank-street.
(nn27-(Vidl '
TOR SALE.
FOR SALE BOARDING-HOUSE The
furniture and good will of a Boarding-hoine,
doing a good business, will be sold cheap It applied
for soon. The home has twelvo rooms, with a large
yard, ltent four hundred dollars per annum. Fur
particulars, address A. B. G., Penny Press olhce.
ep2-b
FOR SALE TABLKi-A twelve foot oak
extension table; oast seven mouths apo (20' will
sell for $l also., a victory coal stove. tot $22 with
fixtures-wilt sell for $15. lnqmreat l'j College-street.
, lopl-bl
FOR SALE-DIN IlVG SALOON The old
v . Vd well-tstabliaheil Dining Saloon, at Bo. 8
East Hot; th struct, having seventy-tlvo prompt pay
ing boardors, anil u good trausietittrade. For Mirtlicr
particulars luqulrejmcjn-ejnb mpl -b
"E10R SALE HORSE A Sue family horse,
Jf- els yenra aid, perfectly gentle, and good trav-Jjf-Ti
lMlretl71 Waluut.street, next door to the
qiUsop House,, sopl-b
WtQS. SALE OR TRADE Desirable prop
, erty in and noar Covitiifton, Kentucky, con
ilsilng of one ai roof ground, with g.iod house, con
taluiug six rooms and kitntmu. well, cisturu and
stable sufficient lor seveu hoiwa. on tho Indnpen i.
euco lurupise, witltiu quarter of a mile of tlioojr
p ralluu line ol'Crtvinntou. Al'0,a lot in the imme
diate iHiiUhuiiiuod, b outing Hlty leut on thofiku
til IWhuuilreil deep. Also, a lot iu Austell's divi
sion ut Uuviugton, fony-tiva by one liuudred anil
Bvo feot. The ubovo property will be sold ciieup, r
traiieil for alarm wliliin one humlivd miles o4 Ciu
oiniiaii, eitlior in Keniuoky, luUiaoiaor Ohio. For
rurlhiir particulars, Inquire "I K. B. ELLIS, on tho
Sreunstis; or of J a M his U. OKA i", Attorney ut Law.
cot t-st rest, oppositt) Farmers' Bank, Covington.
Kentucky. au20-bw
BOARDING.
B
0ARDINQ Several gentlemen can be ac-
1 comniodiitcd with sood bnanl ul tit Ki
lielnw Fourth. . Asu a,jurutbed and aufurnlnhed
room, for aniHy. an:il-c
BOARDING Good boarding and good
clean rooms at 31 Baco-stroet, suitable for gen
tlemen and their wives, andslngle gentlemen. Tonus
very moderate sepi h
LOST.
f 0ST COW Ablackoow with short horj,
M-A belonging to Dennis Mahony, on the rnr.d to
the Obsoriitory A reward of Si will be paid (or lior
roturn, or word loft where ehe may be found,
scp2.bJ
1 OST A SMALL BLUE ENAMELED
M-A L00KET-Stwith pearls, lhe Bndi-rwill be
liberally rewardod by leaving the tame at 112 Main,
strret. i'pl-b
FOR RENT.
TG10RRENT A FURNISHED SLEEPING
M? KOOM.-One or two gentlemen cau bo accom
modated with a notttly-tiirnllliod front slecnlng
room, without board, in a mpectablo private family,
with the privilege of bath. Gas iu every room.
Beference required. Apply at Mo. lun Longwortti
streot, liet ween Kim and Plum, sepi-b
F
OR RENT AN ATTI0 FOR RENT
Suitable for shoemakers or eiiamHtrnMHiw. unit
beard if required. Terms moderate. Apply soon.
at ai uaco-street. sepl b
IilOR RENT FRONT OFFICE AND
" SECOND FLqilB-Apply at No.MFront-street,
bntwwn Main and Walnut. tn . jf
PERSONAL,
MR. J. R0UAYNE, THE GENTLEMAN?
who kept a drug-store on corner Chestnut
ami Wi stern-row, will bring back a key taken from
98 Jobu-atieet; or the public will be posted iu rofer
ence to other matters ol which tlioy are at present
ftlX 5NT4WILLPAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
LANE It BOOLEY,
MAirvraOTOBMa or
Wood-Working Machinery,
. AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner John and Water ta.(Clnolnniitl,0.
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE;
Genuine old MUCliA of tho very best quality
or sale by
111120
Corner of Ninth and Viue.tieets.
rilEAS J1LACK AND GREEN TEAS
JL feoleced particularly for family uso, price and
quality. Warranted to give satisfaction, for sale
la auanHtlc. to suit V-lf
an28 Corner Mintb and Vine-streots.
171 LOUR EXTRA WHITE WHEAT
. Flour in barrels and sacks. Warranted, and
delivered to any part of the c Jty free of charge,
J. v BjAuUntin,
u25 .Corner Nlntn and Vine-street!.
THE PEESS.
fill DAY..
....SKPTEMBKIt 3
I
WANTS! WANTS!!
Ir yon want a servant, advertise In
THE FENNY PKE98
Ir you want a house, advertise in
THE PENNY PRESS.
Ir yon want to sell anything, advertise in
TUB PENNY PRESS.
Ir yon want to bur anything, advertise In
THE PENNY PRESS.
In fact, every want supplied by advertising In
TIIE PENNY PRESS.
CITY MATTERS.
Rovtk for Salk. A verj desirable route la
offered for tale, on the Pknnt Fekss. Apply
at the oounting-room,
jJtiWUneBaos who are under reoognizanoe
to appear before the Grand Jury are required
to appear before that body on Monday next.
3(App!egato, No. 58 Broadway, it supply
ing the publie with likenesses, unequaled In
style and price. Satisfaction it warranted in
all Misee.
2ff"The following are the collections made
in the Polioe Court for the month of August:
Pines and Costs, 01 ty Cases Jl.iTO 09
Fines and Coils, Cf jy Prlion 'MX A
t lues and Coats, Sttato Cases 505 m
Total .$2,1W 88
Ef)"Spratt's patent milk-pan, sold by James
R. Greene, the indefatigable agent of the "Old
Dominion Coffeti-pot," at No. 21 East Pearl
street, ia one of the most economical arrange
ments we kno of. Every family should be
supplied with one.
HBVe are pleased to loam that the enter
prising firm of S. S. Boyle & Co. have oon
oluded each armngementa as will enable thorn
to prosecute their business uninteruptcdly un
til the completion of their new building, which
will be comavenoed forthwith, on the old site,
Columbia-street
20 The residence of Mr. MoBride, on
Twelfth-street, near Urn, was entered by
burglars, about half peat on o'olook day be
fore yesterday morning, and robbed of a lot of
jewolry, silver-plato, Ao. We aro unable to
asoertain the amount Df Mr. MeRride's loss.
pS' Meteorological observations for the
PliNNy Pekss, by IJIenry Ware, Optloian, No,
7 West Fourth-stree t, September 1, 1859.
O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer,
I A. Ill .....29.CII M
P. JU-. .L.'J".WM 74
Dickens Couinq to Amebida. The nublio
.
will not be benefitted by to x proposed visit
of Charles Dickens to as great an extent as it
was by tbe introduction of the Grover & Baker
Sewing-machine This maohine stands un
equaled in publio Cavor, and is used to a greater
extent than any vjtber known. 0 9ioe No. 58
West Fourth-sti not.
Cincinnati 7,'bottino Pabk. Thi 1 following
is the result of the second match over this
oourse, yester day, for a purse of $3J 5:
Wly Gay. Mohawk.
1st heat. 2:47 0:(M1
Fanny
000
0:00
0:liO 1MU
2:45
0:IK
t :( m
0:011
The race was here ended, when bo puree
was awarded to Lady Gay. ,
-Tho members of the old ) rfnrion Club
met at Stubb'a Saloon, Wostern-r ow, Wednes
day evening, and gave a coraplir solitary sup
per to E. 1. Boggs, Esq., one of lb e founders
of the Clu.b. Mr. Boggs leaves i a a fow dnya
for Me-jnphis, Tenn., to ttilto clia rgo of tho
Mompiiia Soap and Caudlo Feci ory. Suc
cess attend him.
pB The following is a kiat of letters de
tained for nonpayment of posta ge at the
Postoffioe, in this city, Sopte ruber 1:
R. . Bun 4 Co., Chicano, I 111' 10u. ,
S aninol Carnah, Canton, Ohif , 1
IVrrlii, Lit to Shaw, liny to ' Ohio..
Mary A.J. Taylor, R.ddiug 1o' Iudl'aUa.
M. Dryfoos. Fremont, Oliiii 1 1
jyilllnin Miller, Itiploy. Ob 0
11. flriebol, Wilahiri fHilr . "
Joan Portuflold, N.ivl'.e; Tonnesse .
S-Duringthe. month of Au; just, ere
were tried teforf, tbo different ju'stices;. the
following nuiu'oer of civil andcrim'inal ca ":
Before Jostles
Cli 11.
Bnll ,101
McFull HI
Harris (r,:
1'hiilsey in):
Gelzoeilanuer lot 1
lialdrldge 01
Rowokiimp Ni 1
Flshor No
23
10
0
0
return,
returu,
Maijisom Hot'SE. A visit to the different
hotels, and this one in partioular, y eBterday,
or.nvinccd us that the fall trade had 'about set
In, and that the merchants from the towns
adjacent were already oombjg to th is city in
goqaiy numbers. We iounc. the Mad ieon lull
to overflowing, and its ep terprisin g iiroprletnr
up to his eyes in busin ess. It is a well kept
and popular hotel.
S-About eleven o'clock last evening, as
the ferryboat -Mropf Belle was landing on
this Bldo, a lady named Donohue, in tU
tempting to step off , alipped and fell into tMe
river. A young mi ,n Dftmed Horace Dodd, who ,
fortunately, hapy ened to be near at hand, 1
plunged in and t Jtoued her. When reaohed bv
Mr. Dodd, she, at the bottom of the river,
crawling untW lie flat. Proper restoratives
were admi-jiged, ftfter i,:cn ,ue WM oon.
veyed to rtW y esidenco in the upper port of the
olty.
T bbapin A huge terrapin ia front
o the Gi'bson Bouse, yesterday afternoon,
Wtraoted a great deal of attention. It weii shed
at least two hundred pounds, and looked old
enoD.gb. to be entitled to about a dozen v tes.
It proved to be a etranger in these p srts,
naving come from Galapagos Island, in the
Paoiao,and was "taken in" by the proprititors
of that popular bouse for the purpose, as we
afterward learned, of betas scientifically
dished up, iu the thupe of spoon vlotuala, for
their many patrons. Sue notice will be gfven
of the sacrifice.
Hebron's Skuikaby Ekuhiok. A large
Mid very interestL'jg meeting of the old pu
pils was held laa'o evening at the Seminary.
Mr. John H. 8m ith was called to the chair,
and AV. H. H Taylor appointed Secretary.
The meeting was addressed by Professors
Hcrron and Gaddis, nud G. O'Donnell and 0.
V, Boot, .'isqs. Tho meoting appointed a
committee, to draft a constitution end by
laws, an-j rcportat the next meeting on next
Thursday evening, All were pleased and
full of, enthusiasm, and the evening was de
ligh'jfully spent.
INKLINGS.
'
Tho Grand Jury meets next Monday.
A new bridge Is being erected ever tbe White
Water Canal, at Sixth-street. A good idea.
We are informed that several hams were
stolen at the fire night before last.
To-morrow is tho closing day at the Ohio
White Sulphur Springs.
Workmen are engagod ia removing the
vaults from Washington Park.
Peaoheswere selling in Sixth-street market,
yesterday, for $1 75 per bushel.
Bear in mind that the Horticultural Fair
will open at the Palace Garden next Tuesday.
Sixty-four oases were disposed of in the Po
lice Court yesterday.
Palace Garden continues to be a popular
place of resort for the lovers of fun.
The work of bonldering mill-street goes
bravely on.
Up to twelve o'clock last evening but one
prisoner was confined In the Hammond-street
Station-house.
Patrick Foley will have a hearing in the
Polioe Court next Tuesday, oharged with sell
ling liquor on Sunday.
Mr. Geoorge L. Barlnger, Conduotor on the
Cincinnati and Indianapolis Railroad, is ly
ing seriously ill at his roaidencoin this city.
Rumor says that the opposition line of om-
busos, on the Sedamsville route, is to be with
drawn. A house situated on the River Road, ooou-
pled by some colored persons, of very bad
character, was stoned a few nights since.
Charles Draoh's Cotillon Party, at the
Melodeon Hall, comes off on the eighth, in
stead of the sixth, of the present month.
'Squire J. J. McFail was aroused from his
slumbers, at an early hour yesterday morning,
to marry a runaway couple. The 'Squire is
some in this lino.
Two dry goods merchants, who do business
on Western-row, above Riohmond-street, were
fined $1 and costs, by Judge Lowe, yesterday,
for obstructing the sidewalks with boxes.
The Marlon Gymnastic Association sow
numbers some sixty members. Their new
building on Betts-street, between John and
Cutter, will be completed in about two weeks.
The silver oornet intended to bo presented to
Mr. A. Menter, leader of Menter's Cornet
Band, will soon be complotod. Due notioe
will be given of the presentation.
A row occurred about twelve o'olock last
evening in that portion of the oity known as
"Buoktown," the result of which was several
black eyes and bloody noses.
Judge Stallo, of this oity, gave a leoture at
Indianapolis, last evening, upon tbe subject of
"Soienoe." He spoke in the German lan
guage.
A little boy, named Marion Walker, fell
from the high fenoe inclosing tho Cincinnati
Trotting Park, yesterday, and received a severe
out in the forehead.
A ooffee-house keepor, named E. Elinjer, en
tered a plea of guilty, in the Polioe Court, yes
terday, to selling liquor on Sunday. He was
fined $10 and costs.
Houry Duffior, who keeps a ooffee-house on
Columbia-street, between Broadway and Syca
more, was rolieved of ten dollars and costs,
yesterday, for selling liquor on Sunday.
Earnest Friend, for being un-nnoMy to
ward August Gorber kicking him several
times in the groins was fined $10 and costs
by Judgo Lowe, yestorday.
The children of Caroline Gilbert an old
Tagrant three in number, were sent to the
House of Refuge yesterday. Tbe mother
was sent to the City Prison for thirty days,
A somnambulist, whose same we could not
learn, " raised the boarders" at the Spencor
House, last evening, by his midnight perambu'
lations.
J. B. Tozier annears at the National to
night, on the ocoaslon of the benefit of Miss
Mitchel, as "Bob Tiokot," in the farce of "An
Alarming Sacrifice,
Mayor Bishop, aided by several good
Samaritans, surprised the oocupants of the
Widows' Home, yesterday, with a bountiful
supply of the good things of the season.
Messrs. MoKeehan fe Evans, sufferers by the
late fire, are insured in various companies to
.'be amount of forty-one thousand dollars,
i. believed that the insurance will fully oover
their loss.
A. p Ugilistio individual, named Morgan M
m . . 1 I XL II . . T
SwcmTjey, w8 tinea ip up ana costs, Dyuie ro
lice JiidgO) yesterday, for assaulting one
.TnmhGoL'b. A similar fine was assessed for
esisting oluY".
A German, named Frederiok Meyers, was
tried ly Judgo Lowe, yesterday, charged with
stealing two washes one gold and one
silverfrom a boarder at a ooffee-house on the
nornerofLibertvandVValnut-Btreet. He was
found guilty and sentemwd to the County Jail
for the term of twelve mootns six wouiue
eaoh watoh.
Nathan Davis, the individnal who drove)
Dr. Marsh's horse and buggy from the Baptist
Church, oa Catherine street, some evenings
Inee, waae'W answer to the Court of Com
Pleas by Judge Lowe, yesterday, in
si 11 n of $500.. He stated that he was under
Infl uenoe of morphine at the time, and knew
not what he w.m doing. Davis is well known
to tk e Polioe as n old offender.
Sti ity-eight casi "ill be brought before
Grand Jury next ' Indictment, U
Murder, 3 j grand laweT. 20 j shooting
stabbing, with Intent to ki.'' 15 ( luri1l4Ty
horse stealing, 2; obtarning n0"" nnder fl,,e
proteoses 1 ) passing counterY'11 Bone''
highway robbery, 2s having oonnu ,xrfelt mono"
in posnesslon, 2; inoest, 1; perjury, l,1'. r8ory
lj bigamy, 1; receiving stolen goods ' J
lialous destruction of property, 1. WitLV.,,e'
. ire requested to eppei.r by nio o'olook.
AkvebtibrI Everybody "vho desires husi
nt ws should advertise, f hero is no mistake
ab out it, Hear what St phu' Girard has said
on tho subject: "I hp.ve always considered
ad tertising liberally and long to be
gre. it medium of sue cess in business, and
prel ude to wealth. And I have made it
invo riable rule, too, to ac lvertise in tho dullest
time. . a lone exp'Srienoi 1 having taught
that . money thus trpent ii well Invested, as
keopi ngmy business ct ontinually before
publii !, has secured me 1 many sales that
Hhen vise would hare lo it."
p3k light, not a Northern light, but one
for a titno as difficult in its nature to under
stand, suddtnly appeared near the landing, at
the foot of Broadway, at an early hour yester
day morning. Its sudden appearance, and
the singular phenomena attending It, ereated
great furor among the Policemen who hap
pened in the neighborhood. It had the ap
pearance of an animal enveloped In flames-
yet that supposition was impossible. Could it
be Satan in a diminutive form, visiting noo
turnally this sublunary sphere? What could
he want? Certainly he could have no business
ith our Police. Was it a comet? Some
thought so, but others, remembering tbe story
of tbe New York meteors, declared it to be one
of the same charaoter. While these conjec
tures were being freely exprossed, the object
began to utter the most doleful ories, and in a
few moments it ceased to move. On arriving
the spot, it was found to be a cat, which
some heartless wretch bad oovered with tur
pentine, and then set on fire.
Thh Litebaby Rkonion. There has ever
been a popular, social characteristic about
the exercises at tho WeBleyan Female Col
lege, which has borne upon, not only the
church friends who support it, but other pat
rons without the distinctive pale of their re
ligious fellowship. There is an alliance
there of culture and complaisance. Abstract
science is taught and the amenities of social
politeness also. A large audience of congrat
ulating friends participated last night in cer
emonies at the inaugeration of Dr. Allyn,
om P..;nt TTrt lll r, -umrHw f
umv - imyiiv, w ..... v.
their expectations, and his administration
will be one of groat profit to the pupils and
to the institution. The exercises were com
menced with vocal music; an anthem; prayer
by Dr. Shorwood; music selection from Mar
tha; welcome address, by Dr. Clarke, which
was solid, earnest and eloquent. Br. Allyn
gave an instructive exposition of his viows
of education. The occasion was one of deep
interest.
A Chance kohthb Artists. Tho Committee
of the Mechanics' Institute Fair intend pub
lishing an Illustrated Catalogue of the Ex
hibition ; and they propose to all the artist ex
hibitors to get up their own cards, furnishing
tbem ready printed on paper, and page corres
ponding to that used in tbe book, and the Com
mittee will bind them ia the book without
charge to the artists. To those exhibitors who
desire to Illustrate by engravings, cuts, lith
ographs Ac, their work exhibited the Com
mittee offer the most liberal inducements.
Titer should be a splendid catalogue produced
one to be kept as an advertising rooord of
the proceedings worthy to be laid upon the
parlor table or the office desk to bo read both
as an advertiser and an instructor in the arts,
and their application to manufacturers and
oommeroe. The artists of the oity should see
to it, that the publication be worthy of them
COVINGTON NEWS.
off
tbe
the
TAnv communications from our friends will ho
fltutib fillv rnf-ntviiil Alfru.. 11 Prn-. Mnniirtr."
iiox n, uovtngton, ny.j
Bourbon AaniciiLTUitAL Socikty. This col
ebratod inslltutien, the oldest in the State, com
mencos Its annual Fair ut the Paris FalrOroutids, on
Tuesday, tbe Hh Inst. The world-, ide reputation of
bourbon County, and Its blooded stock, rendor it
unnecessary to more than mention the time of tho
exhibition, as the reputation the Society has hitherto
sustained is a mllldont guarantoo for tho approach
lug, and all futuro Fairs. Tbe citizens of Ilourbon
County are hospitable and generous, and strangers
will ovor where meet with a warm reception. Some
excellent bloodod stock will bo sold at tho close of the
exhibition.
This North Kentucky Agricultural Fair,
at Florence. Everything ia progressing flnoiy at
this Fax. Yestorilay witnessed a ninch larger crowd
than heretofore. A groat number of our citizens
were present, nndoxprosscd thclrunrosorved satisfac
tion at the result of the exhibition. We hope the
intorest will continue to grow, and tlio crowd In
crease, till the exhibition closes. Nothing tends so
much to elevate the Interests of agriculture, as these
giitboriugaof the burners.
&iT"The City Counoil hold a session yester
day afteruoon at four o'clock, the principal object of
which was to examine, and deturntine upon bids for
the Improvement nf Snnford-street. Tho contract
as awarded to Michael Kiordon, at nine cents per
ard for grading, and $1 83 per foot for paving,
. acattamizing, Ac.
E3A special election -will be held in the
First and Third Wards, to-morrow, to fill vacancies in
tbe School Board, occn-sioned by the resignation of
Messrs. Hugh Barr and It. It. Sunimervillo. The
polls will be opened at Slilnklo's coal-yard, fr tho
Fiiat, and at the Flr.t District School-house, for the
Thirl Ward.
School Boabd. This body held Its session
Wednesday evening last ut four o'clock. Professor
Drury was elected Principal, and Mr. Heust, assistant.
In the High School. Mo other buslnesa of Import
unco was transacted,
D. S. Trimberlake, a grain mer-
chant, doing business on Pike-.treet, in this city,
was thrown from his buggy about six 0 clock last
evening, and seriously Injuied.
trXI- That new briok buildinz, for whloh the
. T.. 1 u . t . 1 . ir. i, aiMi v.
foundation la about completed, on Fourth-street, be-
tween 8cott and Madison, will add much to the
v. ...... .1,.. nt tniun
beauty of that part of town.
-Daniel Haley, for some time confined
Inonr JBUiWBS roieaseayosieruaj uiuiuiug u nvm
Foley, on his owu reoognizanoe,
STNcw pavements aro the order of the
day. Wo notice ono in front or uoam's ttu-snop,
Scott-stioot, noar the corner of Fourth,
The receipts of wheat are small
present, but tho opinion prevails that thoy will soon
largely Increase
8Thero was no business before the Po
lloe Court yesterday morning.
The east end of Third-street Is under
going a process of renovation
Sb0ur business men are all in high Spirits
fT7 f . n.i fjii .,!
at tho prospect of a lively fall trade.
NEWPORT NEWS.
and
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Subscrlpllons, 'advertisements and cemmunlca-
....., tl.. iiPruu Itiiaortar." Box BJ.
be attended to.
WlUT HS BbOKS LOOSI AT IBB IRON
WoimiT-Yoaterday morning we uotlced a fight
Woirs rolling-mill, which resulted in lining
men for disturbing tho poace; vosterdai afternoon
a knock-down occurred at Bwlft's establishment,
between Mr. Cortwrlght and Harrison Zeek,
which the latter got worsted. Cartwrlght woe im
mediately summoned buforo Ills Honor, tbe mayor,
WIS ulKiiaisnut w "I'.'-
j, .-I. .1 mb I. iniutmri lia nctafi in SHU
.lofo."0'
O-.. IIB0ATS to bi Sold. The steamboat
D ..!. 1 I.U.- tlln-
SAtm BIcv ''"" n0" " Mioio
,.....i.j bo sold at Sheriff's sa'c, on tho 24th
. . . 1. on a credit of threo months. The
oltuis moum, ..-ii,i,
mmkn nlace at iu mmsi't.i "--
i. on the same day, at twelve o'clook,
. '.n r.rr'.landliig, the steamboat James-
tcwn.onaoredltof.lx"""1""'
J-We hnnpeiiekl near the publio school
house, last evening, just "
and wore gratified to see such a great number
children, all "
and endeavoring to prepare tlwelves for future
usefulness.
AMUSEMENTS.
sS"Thegraud opera of IlPolicto.ob.Thk
Ma iti as, after considerable caro In its preparation,
was produced last night, for the first time in Cincin
nati, to an an-llenco exceeding; in numbers those of
the previous nights, but by no means commensurate
with Its great merit as a musical comp billon, or
the expense necessarily contingent upon its produc
tion; it should have crowded the bousa iu every
part; yet, those who were present, enjoyed a musical
treat not soon to be forgotten, and t.-stlfleil their
appreciation of the Rrundeur of the composition, and
tbe respective renditions of tbe artists, more enthu
siastically than we have over seen them before in
the walls of the Opera-lionio. We liato nt time, at
this late hour, to point out special cx ellcnco, bat
will briefly say that it was a complete triumph for all
concerned.
To-night and wo suppose the public has been
bolillnn itself In reserve for the occnslon wo are to
have Verdi'sboatitiful Opera of RiOOIXTTO, with the
beautiful and arconipl!bel Mrs. Chat lotto Varian
James, a nn'lve Buckeye girl, in the principal part,
supported by the great Parodi, Sbrigla, On.me, and
the full strength of the cii.puiy, it being p"Itiv. ly
tho last night but ono of tho Opera, fjr some time to
come, In Cincinnati. Of conne the occasion will
command an Immenie attendance.
pS"By reference to our amnsemcnt col-
un n.it will be sion that Wood's Theater oponi to
morrow night
AMUSEMENTS. LAW REPORT.
PROBATE COURT.
Bail REDnrvn. In tlm cnan nf I tin HlalA r. fYinrul
Hclierlon, chanted with phssIiii! counterfeit coin,
Juiigo Hlltnii sut as an Examining (,'ouit ihe de
feuiluiit bavins presented a put 1 1 1 m n-king his dis
charge or tlie reduction of Im I., ill. It appi-ured in
testimony that ut tho time of thn alleged oir n-etho
accused uud prosecuting witness were both under tbo
influence of li inor; that thouniount was aoiu.iii)lar
gold pice,and that on tbe day after tbe transaction
the defendant offered o redeem it. The Court reduced
th" imli from fvn to 81(10.
vountt iHKAScaT anortterwas made appointing
W.8 Brown to examine the accounts of thoTrem-
''.V ' """'V. couuiy, in putsuaticeoi mo court
yj reorimry in. isoh.
Emancipation. James Thomas, a neirm. iwmitr.
four years of axe, manumitted by the deed of Jninei
I'orter, of UmitKoinery County, Alalmm:i, had the
evidence of his freedom placed on the records of tho
Court.
iiuMb: i.vriiREsT.
S"S. IT. Pnrvin, Advertising- Aacut. No.
80 West Fourth-street.
W Winder's Sky-lialit fJnllcry-All styles
of Pictures made on abort notice.
" Wiuder's Sky-llnut (inllory, Western.
row, opposite Court-streot. Tbe cheapest and best
Pictures mailt In the city.
ftsTDnitiierrcan (Jullcry, South-west cor.
ner of Sixth and Wostern-row, over Ilunuaford's
drug store. Pictures taken and put in good cases for
twenty cents. V ai ranted to pleaso.
MONETARY.
THURSDAY EVENING, Sept. 1—3 P. M.
in bettor supply than last week, and
the Dlscount-bouses aro uccommodati'jg their cus
tomers on short date, t,ood Paper, at H'ttl2 par cent.
8ecurltlo, however, aro carefully oxnmlued, and
there Is no disposition to discount Paper iu tho bunds
of outside parties.
Eastern Exchange remains firm at H premium,
selling rate; buying at Cd,S cents, with au active
din and, fully equal to the supply.
Gold buying rate W cents ; selling at 40 cents
H premium.
Very little doing in Now Orleans Exchnnco, tho
rate being H discount buying ; selling at par.
We quote Incurrcnt Money :
Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa Itf discount,
Missouri i "
Tennessee "
.uunina i reo Dauks pui(o4 "
Cincinnati Produce Market.
THURSDAY EVENING, September 1, 1859.
FLOUR The demand 1ms been nuite limited elnce
ourlast, and the sales unirafiOrUnt, iiulioatlnK no
cnange in prices, ine rrausuciloos omutaco ,no tins,
at St .'ni)l M for snperttne, and 3l ;.Va).t lor extra.
4,'m oris, rocoivou mu last t'oniy-iour nours.
WQISICY Theiiiirket was uuuiu null tu-dar.and
prices further decliued o. per galloti, with sales of
i,zuunria. ai w(oi.vii tno inner rnte iorwnnon.
PltOVISiOKs There was no new featuio in tho
market to-day ; the demand wits nuite icbt, but
holders of Be.cn cotitinue firm. The Hales were 2ofl
brla. mess Pork at $14, and hhds. li.icon bides
ut w.
01 L Sales of Mbr s. Linseed at ore. and 2A do. do
at ri.se. Tbe dumand is good, without chutigu iu
prices.
GROCERIES There is no clinnire In the market.
Tile demand is fair: filles of Mlgar at 7l7:tMC. Mo-
Iaciat37i.;i7c.; and itfti bags Oolleo at llnI2c.
WHEAT The market is more active, but prices
are uliuilt 2c. lower. Thorn is a fair local llrlllHIld.
anil a good Inquiry fir choice lotstnr shipment; but
the unfavorable advices Irnm New York caused a tte-
rlim iu prieoe : sales 2,IH) bilsliols olloii'o Wlilto.ue-
livcrecl. ut 81 15; lido, iiriino WhitoatSI III; 7im do.
do. Kod at Hie; l.Oi'Odo. do. do at'.Kc, d.-llver-ii ; MO
do. ho. Hill at SI: tion do. fa r W liiie nt SI U"i: ! 0 d
do. no. at irl m: :il)U do. uond do ut Si W. Kecciv
durlni; tlio past tivi'iity.tour hours, 4fiM tniKhelH.
COIt.N-Tho market Is very dull, wi h larue re
colpts. and but a moderate demand: sales 2,000
lumliols at 75c; Heceivcd during the last twonty-foitr
linitra. 22.HI7 bushels.
BY K inn mai'Kot Is steady, ami prices uncuaugeu
sales l,lisi tm-liols at 72c., and l.noOilo at 7.1c.
II Alt l,rji a sateoi l ')U nii-iieis now at wc.
OATS -A ntoderain demand, and nrlces stendv
sales l.lisi liusliuls at ti'tcnnil liisido. at 40c. 1!
ceived during the past twenty-lour hours,
budliuls.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, September 1—P. M.
on
at
Common grades are quite scarce: ealos s,;nn brls.
iUfa iu r. r Mitnrrtnft Stare: ft4 40ITrV 7 for rxt ra do.:
$1 ii5(Si4 10 for etiperntie Western' 8l 4ikg-5 for com
moil togood extra osiern; 4 '.i-V.i 10 l',,r old, and
$5 liKw5 40 lor iresii'ttrounu snipping Dianas extra
munii-hnop Ohio, cliisitm quiet, liiuauiun Flour
flruier: sales I.V brls. at $4 6u((!,5 50 lor extra. 11)
Flour uuuais.i .hk.4 so.
Wheat dull arid iiiiclianired: sales 0.500 bllsllols. In
clutling new ordinary to com i-oii Wliho, ai Sllf'd
I .w: new w niie iveiiuicay in 91 .ot,i 0.1; new i 11110
Mloblgan at el 37, ami new Itetl Koutucky on pi ivitn
ti-nin. Hie tinner: miles i,mi otislieis 11 r nur.nc.
Barley ninet. Corn KSic. hotter: sales 17.000 bushel
ui . TntaiKiie. lor old mixed Vestern. aud slmullw' fi
,ll,VB .1,1. II 1IH MtL'ltllV Ul .XKfU.V-i:. 1UT tllU .-,1111V. LIU.
for now. aud SlhM'jc. for Westorn, and3U(a-llc.
Canadian ...
wiiiubvuu i snies s iir s. ar, aio.
Pnrk tineiinil tlrni. but eloKed lower: sales 1.RO0 brls.
atSI4 7MBI5 lor mess; S17 lorcio .r, aim $10 s-teiiu
fur nriiue. Total atock of all kinds. 7U.&4 brls
against Utl,'01 brls. attliesamotiuio hi't month, and
J' '"!
urU Boef iinchanReu: sales 250 brls. at S.-, 6iii
oountry prime; 97W17 z.i ior no. tues; m i mr
.tiil('hlciiiio.and9l2iai25oforoxtra. Tuta stout
,,r nil kinds, 24,2(m brls against 2S.tm5 brls. at
same time last month, and at the dame line Inst
. , u ,lot , 7n. Hi
unchanged: sales 00 tierces bagged Huiuuat WMnYlt.
Vat Meats nrm fines ni pacaages ai c. ur snout
7. and (asc. for Hants. Lard firm: sales
ut?JlV nt mtB. for Ohio, and 180.21c.
state.
f:lu.0. olliot 11L 7S.D!-t0.
Ootion 1 be Afri. a a news caused a doclino 01
in prices: sales 400 bales.
HI.- flt-nmr At a(II4Mir.
Hutiar and Coffee buoyant. At the miction sales
prices advanced He : sals at luM(til2Me. Molasses
steady. . .. ,
Pro irrita doc lninff.
HtocUa goi ernlly hotter: Now York Central 7fM
Vlrirlnia rIvbb u&: MIsHOiirl do. 83K I'ncillo lu
6f; Michigan Southern 1; Galena and Chicago 71
rhlcago and loioaoix; unicogo auu nocaisiunu
WM. ;
[By Telegraph.]
Cotton Markets.
MOBILE, September 1, 1859.
Tha Intal rnrnint.s at this tiort. lor the VGar
ending this dsy. ore ?04,4liO bales, agnnistoa.MS bnlos
for tho preceding year. I ho recoip'S ol new Cotton
to this date have beeu 1,0145 bales, against 1,'kvS hales
at tbe same time last year. The stock in port is
18,87.1 bales, against KMKX) bales at tbe same time last
year. The average price current during tho jour has
Lion
AUGUSTA, September 1, 1859.
The stock of Cotton in port is 9,0(13 bales.
wottner still oontinuos.
NEW ORLEANS, September 1.
at
The total receipts of the year are 1,672 804
bales. The receipts ahead of Inst yeir tiro 10O,4(tt
b-les. The total exports are 1,777,000 bales. Stock
on baud MflW bales.
[By Telegraph.]
Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, September 1.—M.
Flour dull. Superlioe is held at $5 25, with
no purcha-ors. Wheat has a declining tendency:
ales 3,oiHi bushels at l ISal 40 for White, which Is
a decline of fsj., andgl 1-X'1 4u for Bed. corn dull
at Stsan2c. for White, and eStfjwSc. for Yellow. 1'ro
villous steady. Whisky steady, at 2S.V-. fur Ohio.
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 1.
at
cotton sate ."
-
nnotatlons are noctiangeti. ciugnroi
flour dud atSl'JOIorauneriliie .'"'
fehaugeon New lork declined h
ruuu ui .iitt,iu,
(MIS steady ut .He.
sight iiuotos ut
?ti(i!ti.
Steamboat Register.
of
'
Arbivai.9 Me'rose, Portsmouth; Rtinlelth, Mays
vile; Boston, Louisville; (litstlo UuiOen, tit. Louis;
Veuotia, Bladison; Nile, Plltshiirg.
n.n.u-riiuca flliilrose. Port.inollth : Tuinlfllth.
Muysville; il iston, Louisville; I'otnorvy, Kanawha;
Kate May, Moniphls; Undine, Parkersburg; Wtnuua,
jgtuiuon,
AUCTION SALES.
AUCTION 8AI.K.-BY II. 8. MILES
A CO.. le-inoin., Xo. V, Main-street Gro
reriea, Glaswar ami l.juors at Auction. ewtll
lion KltlliAY HdltN I.VG, repie tuber 2: 10 hbils.
N.H SiUiir: e fs Hire; 6Mx. Vo.and Ky. Tobacco;
2'ibrls. N. O. Muluwos; .'ichk.-s Kip JJoots; 76 bxi.
assorted GUsswure; tfuiokfnff robn-ro; li'gsrs; Cider
Vlneasr.Ao, 11. ri. U1LES CO.,
sep2 Auctioneers.
AUCTION sAi.Eliy KELhOGO- Sc
WILLI AMD, Salc-rooins 22 and 24 tost Third
street. uruliuri-, Carnets, Ac, at Auction, tm
ritlDAY MOItMSH, H piemliT 2, at S o'clock,
wo wilt elia geueiai varietyof Parlor, Chamber aim
Olll' e Furniture.
ALSO in pieces Wool Carpets.
ALSO l'Uted Ware, Cutlery, anl avartely of other
g'. A. KELLOUO, .
se3 Auctioneer.
A
UCTIOX
MAI. 14. BY
II. 8. MILES
Groceries, Giass-
4; CO., No.
U Maln-stre t-
war.' and l.lo'ii
f.Io'mr. at eiici 1011. Vie will sell on
KltlD vY MOUSING. Omcuiber 2. If) buds. Nevr
iirlon le ttagnr, 6 tierces Kite, f,i boxes Virginia and
Kentucky 'IVbacco. & br's. Mule-ee, .1 csst-s Sip
Bout', dtuoking Tobacco Cigar, ' Mr Vinegar, ac.
jiepl II. . illLKS A CO., Auctioneers.
IN TION SALE. BY KELLOGtr 4
WILLIAMS, Sale-rooms 2znnd 24 East Tlilrd-
treet. !iIimi ill Household KurnuuieatAuc-
U11 MiiNUAt .uiiliMNG. M Dtcuitr 5. at
welllna3ts ITifili.Btreoi. betw-en John sudtiniith.
north side, the entire tnruit'.rouf a family removing.
li'rntlt Pnrlni. Frnneh nofi.: social les: Dflrlor
hairs; El zalietii do.; tna bl--iop tabiea; ono large
ill frame mirror (eo.tS-iO); Bru-sol carpet; wbat-
li' t 11111I several of the (Incut and cliuicest oil punt-
lugj that H ive liwi oflorci ihiss nsou.
Hack Parlor. Oi e lame nilt mirror: sofas:
chuir-; tables; Brussels crpui, Ac.
1 luinilir r.. Une cottxun soti: rim-tain? bnrean.!
bedatouUs; bedding; waihstauds; carpets; Wardrobe,
l)Ininir-rnnm. Txtenslon table: side board, and
lamo assortmeut of Aureu s Cliiua, glass and plated
ie.
Kiirhen. Cookinir stove and utensils, anil tha
gn. Ilxtuies, Ac A. KELLOGG,
lf Auctinueor.
AUCTION SALE. BY TIIOS. JOHN
STON'. In Sale-rooms No. vi Mniu street, (next
to the Trust Company Hank ) Last large pos tlva
fall sale of Foreiiru and Domestic Ury Qouds Boots,
Shues, lints. Caps, Ac, at Auction. TUESDAY
MOK "IM. ftotiteiulmrA. at o'clw-k. will be sold.
in catalog form, withoutany reeorve, 45o packagoa
end lot- of tieslidiup-irted Fon-iitu and l)otue.iio
Dry Goods. Cuitiprisfiiv asenoiul atsortiuent of very
rieslrit'ilo Hi. oils for city aiol riu,ntry sales
AI.SO-WEINEDAYMOIWN(J.8ooiemher7 In
thinl loft, 3-'0 canes, comprising tlio bent s,"ok of
M -u s, B iys and xouthi' Urog.iim'.Women s, Misses
and Children's 8lnes, Coneress Gaitera and Oxford
'lies; badlas' Gaiters and "liiioers; Men s, hoys ami
i.uths hue Huots. Ovcrshnos. Ac wo have ever of
fered at auction; the greater portion of the stork
beiiiv nel adapted lor lie tiext city retail trade, and
vcrvc'tseto bes.ild without reserve.
au29o TliOiuAa joii.NoTOi, Auctioneer.
EDUCATIONAL.
d
at
e
for
7
lor
tbe
12
for
Mid,
Wesleyan Temale College.
rjIDE FIBST SESSION OP THE EIGH--3L
TKK.NTH Year of thi. Institution will begin
on MONDAY, August 29, at half-past eight, A. M.,
nl will coultnue twenty-two weeks.
'I'lm course of atudv is exteusiVH. and embracsall
tho common and higher English branches, together
with Latin, the Modern Laogusges, aud Musio aud
Drawing. The system ot u-acntiig is tnnrouan anil
iiructical, and no pain will be spared by the ahleand
etlicient corps nf teachers to make sound scholars.
The course of Modern Languages will be made much
more praetical than heretofore.
n. 11 mere win be a single session aauy. com
mencing ut half-past eight A. JU., aud closing at
nit-past one r. at.
liar For further inforraatinn or for adml.fdon ap
ply at the Oollegs,on Vlne-stroet, betweeu Sixth and
Seventh. ltOUtUX ALLYN, Presideut.
aulocawcw
Prench-Enrjiish and German-EL?liBil
school
THE TRUSTEES OF THE WESLEYAX
Female College. Vine-street, have determined
to make tho course In Modern Languag'S thoroughly
practical, and ttierefure successful, lo this end thsy
havoorguiiized a P Iniary Deportniont in French and
German, iu which the young pupils will be taught
Spelling, lte.,diiig and Writing, In either of theso
lulmtugcs 111 me 8'iuie inaiiiier auu ui uie euuio iiiuw
t tliey are laugnt tnesamo orancnes 111 .ugiisu.
M.,r ittlvitiieo.l sclilars will be tutiirht as munv of
their regular studies aspoBslble In ireutu auduor-
uinn.
In this war an abliily to speak and wrlto these lan
guages will bo an roadlly uoquired as If the pupils
were sent abreiid.
The extra rliargo will he 510 tor antinm.
ft$Kir fiinliei- iiiiiirtntitlou anolv at tha Collose.
on Vine-street, between Sixth and Movent h.
aulli cawcw r.uur,ui AiiLiin, rrusiuoni,
SELECT SEMINARY,
FOR YOUNQ LADIES,
Ko. 15U WEST FOTJKTII-STHKBT,
I,. HA K DING, Ipriuolnala.
The Fall Term of this Seminary will open on the
l'ii st Itiouduy of Heptetnber.
"HTSAILY LESSONS IN FRENCH BY
JUT Professor DE ltlCtiLES, of whom Professor
Fuaquodu says, ''1 should deem any litHtitutiou for
titnato in engaging uiui as a toucher of the French
liiugiiiwu." au24
THE CINCINNATI
Literary and Scientific Institute,
No. 87 Enet Tliirtl-strect,
ItrilL BE OPENED ON TUB 6TH OF
tt'W u... i - c. 1.. ii r ,.. f
both ex-s anil all ages, by Dr. A. CUKTI8 aud a
corps of nsninlantH of the tirst order.
Tho object of this Institution Is to develop tha
whulo mull, physical, mental ami mural; to give him
a uoutl kiiowieiUo ol the most valuable acleiues, arts.
latigintgcs and lit rattnu, utiile-pi'Ciaity tue xreaiest
of all arts, thai of uiitn:atiiig youth for uselulueas
and happiness. For particularsapply at tbe Institute
to a, uuai 10, a. ai., in . u.,
au25-2w rresiuem.
Ilcrroii's Seminary.
T11IE TniBTY-FIRST SESSION OFHEK
1K)N'8 SEMINARY will commence on MON
DAY. August Hie Dth. Tho course of instruction
is thorough, and lloysatid Young v,eu are here pre
pared cither tor College or for Business. Competent
Teachers, who lovo lo work, are employed, aud 110
puins 11 ill be epareil to sustain the good name it ban
enj .yeil lor llfteen years. The pneo of Tuition baa
not been cliangud, although too lo , as the object is
not so much to mahe money as to do gnod. There are
time Departments -Primary, Preparatory, and Col
legiaio 111 wlnctt all the lirancheB of an Kngilsh Kd
ucation, Latin, Greek, German and French Lau
giniges, Matliuuiutics, Natural f-cientea. andathur
ouaheourseof liook-Keopliig are taught, with Lec
tures every week. Half au hour, from H to evory
nioriiing, is devoted to 010111I instruction, readiug tbe
Srnpiutes by too pipils, singing and prayer. Cum
positlunsand Decluniaiiou weokly.
I'RICES OF TUITION:
Primary Department, session of five months,,..$15 00
Preparatory Dep irtmeut, " " " ... 20 is)
Collegiate Department, ' '! " ... X l
Uorniau Longuugc, extra, " " " ... "0
K etich " " " " " ...
Book Keeping, " " M " ... loisi
brawingaiid Painting. extra, " " ...1(100
Ntimlair limited to one Uuudrod, and each pupil
carefully classified au-hw.euw.
MERCHANTS, ATTENTION
WE ARE KOW PREPARED TO DO,
on the shortest notice, aud in the latest ana
most fashionable style, all klucus 01
Job Printing,
SUCH AS
BILLS OF LADING;
BRAY TICKETS;
AUCTlbl BILLS;
CHECKS; ''
BONDS;
DKEC3;
PI10GEAS1MES;
BILLS OF FAKE;
LETTK& BEAD81
MOETOA0E8;
CIRCULARS;
COUPONS;
POLICIES;
FOSTERS;
RAILROAD
AND
STEAMBOAT WORK,
IK FINK BTYI. AT 110DERAT1 PBIC13.
"FRANCISCO & CALDWELL.
jy2i
ENQ RA V I N Q,
14 WEST FOLKTH IsTllFKT.
DOOR l'LATES, CAKD CASES, STATIONERY,
etc., etc, eo.
SIX CENTS WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.

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