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WAN'iSD.
"WANTS," "FOB BALTC," "TO III," "LOST,"
IO011D," 4o., In thli column, occupying nv Unes
or leti, two insertions, twenty -Ore ecnU.
WANTED CANVASSER A good ean
vaaser to solicit subscriptions for Johnson
Fry It Oo.'s publications, flood commission paid.
Apply at M DAVE'S BU1LDIN0, corner Fourth and
jiace-sireeit. umwio.t, sepj-n-
WANTED CHAIRMAKER8 Three or
four Chalrmaker at the Cincinnati School
Furniture Factory, George-street, near Freeman.
sep3-bJ
WANTED EMPLOYMENT A Porter,
or any business where I can make myself
useful, to or oat of the city. Addrou C v.,
office. gcp3-"
WANTED IM MEDIATELY 81 good
girls to cook, wash and iron, and do chnihef
work. Call at Mrs. WARNER'S Intelligence C.''
aie Fifth-street, between Western-row and Jo.1""
Peraona wanting to employ girls to aew or ran se
lug-macbinei, can get them at the same office.
sepj-o-i
WANTED SHOEMAKERS On
women'! peg boota. Apply at 330 Walnut
street, lip stairs. sep2-l
w
ANTED GA8 JITTERS Apply to
GIBSONS macdonalu, 202 v ine-street.
ep2-b
w
'ANTED A PORTER At the Madl-
aon llonse. Apply immediately. ' sepz-o
WANTED A NURSE GIRL A full
grown yonng woman, Immediately. Apply
at 133 Weet Seventh-street. scp-b
WANTED A HOTJSE-By a gentleman
with imall family, no children. A home with
out a ball not desirable. Addreae Box 769 Postoffloe.
sep2-hw-eodtl
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Tiro wire
drawers; none bnt competent workmen need
apply: to whom the heat of wages will be paid.
JOSHUA BODLE I'. Wheeling, Ya. sep2-d
WANTED SITUATION" By a yonng
man, a situation aa porter; hag bad consldj
arable expersence, accustomed to horses; Is well
acquainted in this city. Good reference giyeu. Ad
dress P. U this office. sti.-b'
ANTED TERRIER PUPS Under
ninn mnnthi ln. to ijmm mnn
kill Bats, free of charge, on next Sunday,
m i ociocx, m rearoi tne Burnet House, ,
Burnet-street, between Vine au itace.
and Third and Fourth. sop2-b
WAN TED AGENTS To sell a desirable
work just pnbllihed, "Julian's Interest
Tables," containing accuratecalcalatlons of Interest
ata, 6, 7, 8, 9 and lu percent., both simple and com
pound, on all sums from one cent to IO,00O, and from
one day to six year. A rare opportunity to make
money In the sale of this new, cheap and useful
work. For further Information as to success, tsati
niony In Its favor, and terms. addreas(stamp inclosed,)
or apply to J. HAZARD DAVIS, 427 Fifth-street.
iep2-amt
WANTED SCHOLARS By a competent
teacher, several persons to receive lessors on
the piano; alao, instructions In vocal music. Addross
"Music," Penny Press Office. sepl-aw
ANTED IMMEDIATELY A wan to
do mending In a Shoe Store, where he can
nave constant employment and good wages. Apply
to W. D. McKEAN, Aladlson-street, near Sixth,
Cotlngton, Ky. sepl-c
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Two good
, , Sewlng-Machlne bands, at B. ISAACS d
JO.'B, No 264 Stain-street. sepl-u"
WANTED ROOMS Two ortbree rooma,
furnished or unfurnished, without board, in
a private family. A responsible neighborhood de
sired. Address "B.," at this office. sepl-b
ANTED IMMEDIATELY One good
journeyman Shoemaker on ladies morocco
loots and gaiters. Address, with reference, Box 61,
jBlchmond, Indiana, aull-h
WANTED 30 WOOD-WORKMEN To
work on Street Railroad Cars. Apply to J.
X. PALMEli, Omnibus Manufactory, Dank-street.
aii27-iUeodl
FOR SALE.
F
OR SALE DINING SALOON The old
and well-established Dlnlncr Saloon, at No. a
.Biagc ruu'ia sireei, aaving seven iy-nve prompt pay
ing boarders, and a good tranaisnt trade. For further
partlcularBlnijiilre on the promises, sep3-b
FOR SALS A SCREEN A paper soreen,
ton by twelve feet, almost new; Apply at Miss
JACKSON'S, No. M West Fourth-street Also, a
suite of rooms for ront, well adapted to the dress
muking business. sop3-b
FOR SALE HORSE A fine young horse,
warranted by the owner. Can be seen at (J. II.
LINGEK'S stable, on Sixth-street, between Smith
and Mound. aep3-b
OR SALE BOARDING-HOUSE The
furniture and good will of a Boarding-bouse,
doing a good business, will be sold cheap if applied
for soon. The house baa twelve rooma, with a large
yard. Rent four hundred dollars peranuum. For
particulars, address A. B. G., Penny Press office.
sep2-b
FOR SALE OR TRADE Desirable prop
erty In and near Covington, Kentucky, con
sisting or one a"re of ground, with good bouse, con
taining six rooms and kitchen, well, cistern and
atable sufficient for seven horsea. on the Iudepend
ence Turnpike, within a quarter of a mile of the cor-
8 'ration line of Covington. AIo,alotin tbeimrae
late neighborhood, fcoutlng Blty feet on the Pike
by two hundred deep. Also, a lot In Austen's divi
sion of Covington, forty-five by one hundred and
live feet. Tbe above property will be sold cheap, or
traded for a farm within one hundred miles of Cin
cinnati, ettbor in Koutucky, Indlauaor Ohio. For
further particulars, inquire of R. B. ELLIS, on the
S remises; or of JAMEo B. GRAY, Attorney at Law,
cott-streot, opposite Farmers' Bank, Covington,
Kentucky. au28-bw
BOARDING.
BOARDING A large furnished front room,
for lady and gentleman, can be had at 219 West
Fifth-street; stone front building. Also a few single
gentlemen can obtain boarding. eop3-t
LOST.
T OST A BRACELET On Thursday, a
MA plain gold bracelet, with the name of Mary L.
Stewart engraved on the Inside. The finder will lie
suitably rewarded by leaving it with A. P. Stewart,
No. 11 East Front -street. aop3-b
X OST OVERCOAT I lost a white gam
JL4 overcoat from the top of my 'bus, between the
foot of Fifth and Freeman-streets. Tbo finder will
be paid for his trouble, by leaving it at WOOD A
DUAiiio, tiuj Bixiu-sireei. J. juuaaun,
ep3-b
T OST COW A blaokoow with short horns,
JLJ belonging to Dennis Mahony, on the road to
the Observatory. A reward of $ will be paid for her
return, or worn ion wnere sno may os louna.
sopg.h
FOR RENT.
1?0R RENT MEAT STORE One of the
Js oldest established, and beat atanda Inthecltv:
fixtures f r sale on reasonable terms. Apply soon at
jog west oixm-streei. sep3-o
FOR RENT A FURNISHED SLEEPING
ROOM. One or two gentlemen can be accom
modated with a noatly-furnisbed front sleeping
room, without board, In a respectable private family,
with tbe prlvlleie of bath. Gas In nverv room.
Reference required. Apply at Ho. 103 Longworlli-
atreet, uetween aim ana rinrn. sepa-p
F
OR RENT FRONT OFFICE AND
BECOND FLOOB Ann lv at No. 22 Front-atreet.
iwiwrn-n jriHin nun TTWinui. sepi-nr
THE AMERICAN
Railway Guide,
FOR SEPTEMBER,
JUBT EECBIVKD. PBICB 33 CENTS
For sale by E. MENDKNHALL,
sepa At his new store, No. 10 West Fifth-street.
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTERS
AT-
jf 933 Walnut-street,
CINCINNATI.
HAVE COMMENCED FOR THE SEA.
JL BON the sale of J.R.MANNAOO.'H, superior
raw iTvtn uyaierv. y. luuu,
'Wholesale and retail Agsnt for J. B. Uihn AOo.
' uysters coosea id a superior style at our usual mod
a rate charges. auJS-tf
LANE it BOD LEY,
afASOTAOTOalBS Of
Wood-Working Machinery,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Comer John and Water ts., OlBolaaatl,0.
a-ly ' , .
JOHg B. IIOBIOa. CA1TIM W. TBOHU
J. R. MORTON & CO.
BANKERS,
No.39 WEST THIRD-UTltEBT,
CINCINNATI, OHIO,
Dealers in sxcnansre, nana neiea nno loin.
Fariicnlar attention paid to Collections, and returns
jTumptij maoe, aoje-ow
THE PEI288.
SATURDAY..
.8EP1 fE.MBEIt 3
W AN T 8 I WANTSII
Ir .Ton want a servant, advertise In
THB PEMNV PRESS
If yVu want a house, advertise la
THE PENNY TKBUS.
.If yon want to sell anything, advertise In
THE PENNY Pit ESS.
Ir yoa want to bvr anything, advertise In
THE FENNY PRESS.
In fact, every want sn.iP'lwl by advartialng In
y"HE PENNY PRESS.
CITY MATTERS.
Syoamor Township held ainoceifclhl
fair' yesterday, near Montgomery.
ffS'lt yon would have your breakfast digest
well, read the fourth page of the Psnit Pbbss
as goon as yon are np.
jJgrThe members of Cincinnati Lodgo
No. 3, attended the funeral of their deceased
brother, W. T. Hartmau, yesterday.
-ssa i
S9 We sre under obligations to S. L.
Walker, of Cedarrllle, Ohio, for number fifty
three of the Pinny Pbrss. We appreciate your
kindness, Mr. Walker, and offer yon our 3f.
TStrangera visiting the city during the
Fair will find Applegate'e gallery, No. 58
Broadway, to be the place for good and cheap
pictures.
Mr. George A. Jones, our carrier for
Storri, will call npon the residents along the
JEUver Road to-day, for the purpose of obtain
ing the names of all who desire the iVesi.
"The bakery of Mr. Hoffman, situated
on
iuo co. v unuu xiiuuri'Bireeu,
was
s entereok auout ton o clock yesterday, by
expert villi; i and the till robbed of some
an
$21
Pease k Co., Sixth-street, east of Wal
nut, have received the New York Clipper, the
Zfome Journal and Ilarpcr't rlecfcty for Sep
tember 3. They have all the new reading of
the day.
UWe coll attention to the advertisement
of Chas. S. Weatherby, found in another col
umn. Els fall goods have been selected with
great care, and cannot fail to suit the most
fastidious.
5J- An evening school, for the instruction
of those who are engaged at labor through the
day, will be opened at the St. Xavier Free
Sehool, on Sycamore, between Seventh and
Eighth, on Monday evening next. Hours
from seven till nine o'olock.
Meteorological observations for the
Pbnhy Pbk8S, by Bonry Ware, Optloian, No,
7 West Fourth-stroet, September 2, 1859.
O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer.
7 A. M JMM'.i M
d Ul.ts.sssiari.HMs.iiMseHsis:4 fo
P. at 2V.C0 72
9The residence of Mr. James Bowman,
on Sixth-street, near the Hamilton and Day
ton Railroad, was entered by a thief or
thieves, day before yesterday, and robbed of
a considerable amount of silver-ware, money
and wearing apparel. Mr. Bowman is una
ble at present to state the value of the goods
stolen.
Fibe. Yesterday, about twelve o'olook, a
fire ooourred on WeBtern-row, above Sixth,
which, fortunately, did little damage. Some
bed-olothing, in the third story, belonging to a
widow lady, took lire while she wag absent.
It was fortunately discovered by a gentleman
who ocoupies the room above, who extinguished
it before it was eommunioated to the house.
Some of the bed-clothes were spoiled.
JSa3Th Republikaner, of last evening, con
tains a call for a meeting of those opposed to
the Sabbath laws, to oonvene at on Tues
day evening next, at eight o'olook. Tbe pur
pose is to getup a demonstration, and enter a
strong protest against those ordinances pro
hibiting Sunday amusement. The place is not
yet designated.
A boy employed at Dr. Brown's drug
store, north-west corner of Fourth and Walnut-streets,
took a fit last evening while en
gaged at bis work. The proper restoratives
were applied and he was resuscitated. He at
one time, we understood, was subject to fits,
but it had been so long since he had one that
his friends flattered themselves that tbey had
left him.
sT"Therer are more things in Heaven and
earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your
philosophy," Wo will warrant that the bene
ficial results, derived by the Introduction of
the Grover k Baker Sowing-machine, were
never more thought of in Mr. Horatio's phil
osophy. Any person wishing to see or pur
chase one of these progenitors of health and
alleviators of misery, oan find them at No. 58
West Fourth-street.
FaMi Sttik. Towers k Co. introdnoed, to
day, their fall style of hats, under the name of
"The Hat." In quality, style and exquisite
finish, It can not fail to please the most artistic
eye. They also have on hand a superior lot of
boys' and youths' fine Frenoh felt hats and
fancy oaps,whloh will, no doubt, ereateanrore
among the young folks. We would say to
those desiring a suitable covering for the
"dome of thought," give Towers k Co. a call.
Cincinhiti Strset Railroad. A large
crowd assembled at the comer of Walnut and
Fourth-streets, yesterday, to witness the laying
down of the first rail on the Cinoinnati Street
Railroad traok. To the Fenny Press was
awarded the honor of driving the first and sec
ond spikes. With three blows we sent the iron
rivet down to the socket one for the Street
Railroads, one for the Penny Press, and one for
the Queen City three of the greatest institu
tions in the West.
"Fourth-street is the groat resort of those
who desire a pleasant evening promenade.
The Exhibition of the Mechanics' Institute, at
Pike's Opera Building, adds greatly to the
usual attraotions of the locality; and soorowded
is the street, that it it frequently with difficulty
that the going and returning throngs oan pass
each other on the sidewalks. During the Fair,
a band of music, from the verandah of the opera
house, will entertain the passers-by with en
livening strains and sweet harmonies. Let
those who would enjoy themselves, spend their
evenings on Fourth-street.
CITY MATTERS. INKLINGS.
Mr. George L. Hanks, brass-founder, died at
nis residence in this city yesterday.
The Pleasant Ridge folks will give a plonlo
ana mutioal festival at that place to-day.
William Disney, late Assistant City Solicitor,
is praotiotng law in our Courts. See hit card.
Forty-three cases were tried in the Police
Court yesterday.
Two ptok-pockets, named John Miller and
Michael Newrohr, were sent to the City Prison,
thirty days eaoh, by Judge lows, yesterday.
Watermelons were selling extremely low In
market yesterday the largest site only com
manding thirty-five cents. Cheap.
The County Commissioners, at their ses
sion yesterday, passed orders amounting in
tho aggregate to $214 47.
Considerable complaint is being made in
regard, to the condition of the streets and
aJloys in the Northern District.
Several persons were fined by Judge Lowe,
yesterday, oharged with creating a disturbance
at a ball, at Jefferson Hall, nlgat before last.
An Inhuman individual, named Lewis Flung,
was committed to the City Prison for ten days,
by the) Polloe Judge, yesterday, for abusing his
family;
A plaoard may be seen In the office of the
City Auditor bearing the following admoni
tion to politicians: "No political discissions
allowed during office hours." What's np?
The Cincinnati Street Railroad Company
have taken as their office Room No. 1, south
west corner of Walnut and Fourth-Btreets, sec
ond story.
The great National Horse Show eommenoes
at Dayton next Tuesday. A half-fare train
will be run over the Cincinnati, Hamilton
nd Dayton Road. $1 7i for the round trip.
Also, was directed to advertise for sealed
proposals to pave, with bowlders, Plum-street
from Fifth to Sixth, and Elm-street from
Seventh to Eighth.
The petition from proporty-holdors on Hunt
street was referred to the City Commissioners,
in connection with the City Civil Engineer, af
ter which the Board adjourned,
Patrick Foley, who keeps a doggery on
Columbia-street, was fined $10 and oosts in
the Polloe Court, yesterday, for selling liquor
on Sunday. A similar fine was assessed upon
John Closterman, for the same offense.
Boabd op Citt Improvkuknts. The Clerk
was dlrooted to prepare and transmit to the
City Council ordinances to assess special taxes
for improvements spon property abutting on
the following streets, viz:
At a meeting of the lot-holders 'n the
Catherine-street burying-ground held at the
Counoll-ohamber Thursday evening, a com
mittee was appointed to petition Council to in
olose the ground with a brick-wall. Also, to
collect money to improve the same.
A man named Honry Boffin ger, a laborer
at a saw-mill noar,tho Little Miami Depot,
was considerably injured yesterday by a pile
of lumber falling upon him. His right hip
bone was dislocated, and two of his ribs
broken. Doubts are entertained of his re
covery. The opposition line of omnibuses has not
been withdrawn only ohangod hands. We
understand it has been purchased by a com
pany composed of the oitiiens residing below
Sedamsrille, and in charge of the accommo
dating Colonel George Landon, who will al
ways be happy to see his many friends on the
line.
Madame Nelly Sullivan was before Judge
Lowe, yesterday, oharged with keeping a house
of ill-fame and harboring lewd women. She
was found guilty, fined fifty dollars and costs,
and sentenced to the City Prison for the term
of thirty days. Her boarders, some six in
number, were discharged on payment of oost
$1 75, each.
John Kinney, a lad about ten years of age,
was brought to the Ninth-street Station-house,
yesterday, in an express wagon, in a beaBtly
state of intoxication. He was found lying
upon the sidewalk, by a policeman, at the
corner of Laurel-street and Western-row.
Young Kinney says that he bought a bottle of
whisky from a coffee-house keeper on Front
street. Augusta-street from Sixth to Rose, Ludlow
street from Front to Griffin, Pine-street from
Gest to Clark, Clinton-street from John to
Freeman; paving sidewalks cn Richmond
street from Western-row to Cutter-street; side
walks on the north side of Clark-street from
John to Cutter. Also, ordinances to bowlder
Kilgour-street from Pearl to Third; to pave
the unpaved sidowalks on Fourth-street from
Mill to Fifth.
The workmen engaged in the extensive
soap and candle factory of Werk & Co., pre
sented their foreman, Mr. Fred. Maurer, with
a handsome gold watch-chain and seal, night
before last The seal bore the following in
scription: "The workmen of Werk k Co., to
their foreman, F. Maurer, Cincinnati, Septem
ber 1, 1856." Mr. M. having become a part
ner in the establishment of E. Schneider k Co.,
St. Louis, will leave in a few days for that
city.
HoBTicfLTURar. Exhibitiox. The exhibi
tion tables of the Cincinnati Horticultural
Society are a Bhowy sight every week. Its
rich clusters of grapes, luscious and fragrant
fruits, novel and many-hued flowers, remind
one of the Cornucopia, or tho Horn of Plenty.
These choice specimens assure us of an in
creasing interest in our people to procuring
tho best. How soon will it be when their
prices at our markets will be within the reach
of the ordinary purse? Finite are better
than medicine. Truo Americans ought to bo
getting back to the innocency of Eden, and
the abundance and excellency of its fruits.
The flower and fruit exhibition will open
next Tuesday at the Palace Garden, on the
west siie of Vine-street, above Fourth-street.
Tbb Casiito. The proprietors of this place
of amusement have added to their attraotions
Von Weber's celebrated Jubil Ovtrturt It will
be performed by the orchestrion every even
ing. The publie should not fall to witness
this performance.
Obstbcctiho Railroad Track. The parties
arrested on charge of obstruoting the track of
ths Ohk and Mississippi Railroad, west of
Vincennes, lately, had a trial at Olney, Illinois,
on Thursday last, and were committed to jail
in default of (4,000 ail
Fisi Ao BuBQiAB-PBOor Sam. Messrs
Hall, Carroll k Co. have on exhibition, at tbe
Meohanlos' Fair, a safe, which surpasses any
thing of the kind ever brought before the publio.
Tbe whole weight of this mammoth work of in
gonuity, is seven tuns. It has throe doors.
On the inner door which is styled burglar
proof, and Is three and a quarter inches In
thickness, and lined with steel is attaohed one
of HaU's Patent Combination Locks, tbe price
of whioh is $250. On the middle door is an
other patent look, the price being $150. This,
too, like the burglar-proof door is lined with
steel. Attached to the outer door is a $100
patent lock. The handles of the locks are
plated silver. The wood-work on the inside,
of whioh there is little, is mahogany, and is
beautifully polished. By broaking off the
handles of any of the doors, you are as far ad
vanced toward getting Inside, as If the handles
were on.
A plate of steel guards the outside work
ing of the lock from the inner, yet, by means
of mechanical ingenuity, they are so ar
ranged that, with the key, and that only, the
door and lock, inside and out, are under con
trol. The safe is fivo feet ten inches high,
and five feet two inches wide. The bolts are
round, being a decided improvement on the
old style of bolts; on the outer door there are
six bolts one on top, another on the bottom,
and four on the side the painting on the
safe is highly artistio in execution, and at
tracts a great deal of attention. Wo were as
sured by the makers that this safe stands un
equaled, being the no plut ultra of anything
of tho kind known. Bankers and merchants
should not fail to examine this piece of
mechanism, as we feel assured all will unite
in pronouncing it a safe safe.
Church and tri Stbambr. Churoh is an
institution, and besides supplying the latest
and best periodicals at the Postofiice Depot of
News, gets up illustrations pertinent to the
times. The latest is a copy, by Leslie, of the
drop-curtain of the National Theater, repre
senting the monster steamer Great Eaitern ar
riving; in the harbor of Portland. If von am
delighted with the marino view, you will be
instructed with a full description of the vessol
in the lost Illmtraled London Neat, which is
overflowing with interesting matter, hand
somely illustrated. A supplement and colored
picture are furnished with regular issue, no ad
ditional price being oharged. The only thing
approaching the AuroraBorealis in boautv.ls the
glad face of the sweet girl thus representing
summer. Church has a few copies left.
."Officers Grogan and Jones, of the Thir
teenth Ward, arrested a couple of women, yes
terday, named Susan Bowley and Ann Mack.
The following articles, supposed to have been
stolon, were found in their possession: Two
table-cloths, one double blanket, one bolt
muslin, three pieces muslin, one napkin, eloven
table-spoons, marked General Pike; twelve
forks, marked same; three tea-spoons, marked
H. H. k Co.; one tea-spoon, marked Yeates k
Co.; one tea-spoon, marked R. T.j three
table-spoons, marked Curtis & Co. These ar
ticles can be seen at the Hammond-street Station-house.
Hard to (Bskt) Bkat. We were, last even
ing, made tbe roolplent of the premium beet of
the Floronoe, Kentucky, Fair. It weighs ten
pounds two ounces, and was raised by Mr.
Morris, of Campbell County, Kentucky. To
Judge Fllnn we return thanks for the above
described beet, and, we assure him, we are at
all times willing to receive such ieet-ings.
9 A couple of fanoy draymen, with their
friends, orossed tho river, yesterday, fur the
purpose of engaging in a pugilistis encounter.
Tney repaired to the woods back of the race
ground, near Ludlow; but before the battle
oommenoed, the proper authorities Interfered,
and the gentlemen returned as they went.
"Messrs. Higdon and Dunham, of this
city, received four premiums at the Piqua
Horso Fair two for tho fastost trotting
horses, one for the best double team, and one
for the best slallion. Hurrah for Ben and
Levi I
COVINGTON NEWS.
TAnv communicfltiona from nnr frlnmli wilt it.
thankfully received. Addresj " Press Benorter."
box 21, Covington, Ky.j
Shads Tbkes. It is extremely pleasant to
promonade along Greontip, a portion of Soott, and
some other streets, this hot veatlier, shaded as they
are by beautiful sugar trees. Whenever a street is
laid oft", in any city, It ought to be decorated with
young trees, so that, In a few years, It will render tbe
sidewalk shady and pleasant in hot weatcer. It costs
but little, and will amply repay, in n pecuniary point
of view, by enhancing the valuo of property. It will
also give health and beauty to the place, and will add
toils reputation abroad. In this matter our city
will compare favorably with any other of the same
population.
.SB""We are inclined to believe that beer
and ale drinking Is not confined to tbo Germans.
The large amount of these articles manufactured hero
and shipped lo tbe country, would indicate that
either tbe whole population has become Teutonic, or
else that Americans Imbibe quite freely.
Judge Pkrhin's New Eksidexcb. Our fol-
low-cltiien, Judge Ferrin, has commenced tho erec
tion of a new residence on Scott-street, between Fifth
and Sixth. It bids fair to be a beautiful structure,
and wo hope the owner may live long to enjoy bis now
homo.
Mnsic We were favored with an itinerent
harpist, yestorday, in tho person of an Italian boy,
about fourteen years of ago. Eo was a splendid
musician, and the crowds that gathered around him
generally felt that they got their half-dime's worth.
jSS-Our city has presented but few features
out of the regular routi ne, for a few days past, and,
consequently, items are scarce. Tbey aro too busily
engaged in their ordinary occupations! to furnish
suitable material for sensation arttclos.
Sons or Malta. The Sons of Malta will
meet this evening at their hall, in this city, for the
purpose of initiating new members, and to make
arrangements for the coming parade and concert,
members are requested to be present.
S-Mr. W. D. F. Timberlake, who was
thrown from his buggy day before yesterday, on tlio
Covington and Florence road, breaking two of his
ribs, was resting well yesterday. Bis daughter's In
juries were not of a serious nature.
JIn announcing the names of the teach
ers in tbe High School, yesterday, an error occurred
la spelling the name of the nsststant. It should
have been written E. O. Huse, and not Heust.
Polios Coubt. There were seven cases before
ths Folios Court yesterday morning, all of a trifling
nature.
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 2.
Cotton easier, but prices are unchanged:
sales 1, WO bales at ll(ll(c. for Middling; sales of
the week 7,760 bales; receipts since Wednesday noon
10,000 bales against (WOO bales at the same time last
year, present i took 83,ftl0 bales, against ,1l,oOfl bales
last year. Com la very dull at 7.1c. tor prime Whit).
Coffee firm atl212!4o. for prime Bio: sales of tbe
week 7,730 bags; prestnt stock 4.M0 bags, agalnnt
33,000 bags last roar. Sterling Exchange miaW).
Exchange en Mew York KftlH per cent, discount;
sight do, H premium.
NEWPORT NEWS.
(Hiibscrlptlons, advertisements and csmmunlca
tlous, addressed to the 'Tress lleporter," Box as, will
be attended to. J
Brokb Jail Night boforo last the City
Council held a session, the objeot of which was to
coneldorthatloug-talked of subject, the erection of
a now jail. Members were eloquent, and ths advan
tages of a new jail were expiated upon; but, for some
reason, no action was taken, and the Couucil ad
journed, only to witness, hswever, soother evidence
that something was wrong, sltber In ths jail, or else
whore, lor It was found that while tbe jailor was In
tbo Council Chamber, on of the inmates, a female
named Mary Murphy, confined to await her trial for
petit larceny, had made her escape. At ths latest
dates she had not been retaken.
Interhitino to Bdtchsbs A8D Woodukn.
Sealed proposals will be received at the Newport
uarracas tin tne zoth Inst, for a sufficient amount of
wood for consumntion at the barracliarnr At, A VAttl
from the first of October next. The wood Is to be of
a bard, merchantable character, and to be delivered
at such time as may be reaulred. Also, till tn flam A
date, sealed proposals for beef, for the supply of the
somiers, lor tne same length of time, will be re
ceived. Advertisements, giving specifications, can
be seen at tho ferry-lnuding, in this city. Why not
advertise In the Pbess?
Passed A Wat. It is with regret we an
nounce the demise of Mr. HlmltA'a Miiiri rTnn.. .
promising boy, and had just attained that age which
pwirays ,D9 cuuaisn nature or youth, and doubly
endears them In the hearts of the parents. Bnt hs
has passed away li ke tho summer moo in. .lrlt i.
now nestling tn the bosom of its Maker, waiting,
witn joy ana nope, tor the time when parting will
not be known, and when, with voices of gladness, all
will join the chorus la tho praise of Him who dootb
all things woll.
Kbntockt Cbickbt Cmjb. The members of
this Club aro requested to attend a meeting at their
room this (Saturday) evening, at eight o'clock, as
uusiness oi importance win be transacted. A full at
tendance Is desirod.
The Exeoutive Committee of the Bepublt
eaus of Kenton and Campbell Countlos bare a meet
ing, to-nlght, at the office of the "Free South."
Open to the public.
LAW REPORT.
BEFORE JUDGE STORER—IN CHAMBERS.
Attchment Dissoivio-J. It. Morton Co. vs.
R. Sterntt. Judgo Htorer, in this case, disposed of
an application on tho part of defendant to dissolve
an Injunction. Tho allegation in thopotillon of the
plaiutitl (that defendant was about to dispose of his
Rmperty, with intent to place it beyond the rtarh of
is creditors) was positively denied in the answer;
and in this class of cases tbe Court always considered
the dmii,l equivalent to tbe alHrniation, and hold
that the party, unless he Introduced further ovidenre
to Biibstantiato his statemen t, was not entitled to its
process. The testimony bore did not prove any posi
tive wronjr, or anything like a fraud, but a desire on
the part of defendant to retain his prpoerty in his
possession. Nona of the wilueflsus state that there
won anything in his conversation or conduct that
could lay the foundation for a belief that any course
won intended by him by which tho creditors would
be deprived of tho benefit of tho property that Mr. B,
bad at tho time.
Some stress hail been laid on the fact that he had
paid off his brother; but If this was donu in good
faith, he h.ul the legal right to pay off any or his
creditors, and might have supposed his brother sus
tained a moro cunlldciilial relation than others.
Another point urgd, was that ho did nut make an
assignment. Tha Court had no power to compel
him to do so; no right, unless aiinwthiug like a
trust was created, to take possesion of tho property,
and then a clear case must be made out. Thoy
would, however, advise au assignment to be made.
Mr. "ollins-fur defendant That has been done.
Court We can see no reason for sustaining this at.
tnchment. Creditors are not always the coolest men
when their rights are at stako; but indulge views
and suspicions that are afterward found incorrect;
tboy feel sensibly their loss, anil draw, perhaps,
stronger inferences than the Courts afterward would,
who are impartial between the parties. The at
tachment is dissolved.
Iho plaintiff wus represented by Mr. Gibbons.
MONETARY.
FRIDAY EVENING, September 2—3 P. M.
A good supply of A No. 1 Paper was offered to-day
for discount by regular depositors, a large proportion
of which was disposed of at the rate of 1012 per
ceut. The regular discount booses are not bnying
outside Paper, audit is very difficult to dispose of it
un tho street at any rate.
Grafflln & IIowoll, tobacco merchants who failed
on Thursday, have made a proposition to their cred"
itors, the details of which have not been made public,
but we understand that thero Is a fair prospect of
their going on with their business. Their liabilities
are estimated at 30,0(10.
Kobert tltorrltt, who failed some time since, has
made an assignment to Thomas J. Gallagher, Esq.
Eastern Exchange remains firm at H premium,
selling; buying at hPjlOe. premium.
Oold firm at : premium, buying ratoj selling at 40c.
H premium,
Excliango on New Orleans Inactive at H proinluni,
buying rate; selling at pur.
Eastern Exchange in Chicago is selling at 1!4 pre
mium, in St. Louis H pram., in Louisville prem.
for Kentucky Bank-notes..
Missouri Currency discount.
Illinois, Wiscousinuud luwa Mi "
Tennessee , ?4 "
North and South Carolina 1 "
Georgia and Alabama 1 "
Indiana i ree Bunks prtf "
No transactions in Land Warrants.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
FRIDAY EVENING, September 2, 1859.
FLOl'It Tho market continneB without cliango;
the demand is moderate and chierty local. The sales
wore cuntiued to 4UO brla. at $4 50 for superlino, and
81 tiOeyS for extra. 2.I.M brls. were reculved during
the luat twenty-four hours.
WHISKY The market was dull, but prices were
sustained: sales of 850 brls. ut ZM'jilte., the latter
rate for wuguu.
i'ltOVlSlOKS-There was a firmer feeling in the
market for Bacon to-duy, and holders refused to sell
except at 7h(!0'ic. The only sales were 41) hhds.
Shoulders at 7c, and WJdo. Sides at 9c.. at Madison.
There is an improved demand for Hulk Meats and
prices aro Mc. higher: Bales of 00,oiK) lls. Sides at
Be.; 25,01)0 do. Shoulders at OMc, and 30 hhds. do. at
6hiC, packed; 10U brls. mess Pork sold at tfH.
vld -Sales of 115 brls. Unseed at 570.
OKOCKttlKS sugar steady and in fair demand:
sales of GO hdds. at 7(o7 '40. Molasses unchanged and
Belling at 37(a;3dc. Cullee steady.
W 11 BAT "f here is agood lininlry for prime White,
and tliisiiiutlity is l:'c. higher, but all other grades
are In but niodorato demand and pricos teudiug
downward: sales of MX) bunb. prime White at Si II;
350 do. at $1 13, delivered; 3uo do. at 81 12; 1,000 do. at
St 2H mmdo. at $1 10;3il do., inferior, at eSc, 100
do., lair White, at 1; lwJi.,lair Uod.at U2c; 30(1 do.,
good, at 95c.
COitN'-Tlio market Is quiet and steady: tales of
goo bush, at 75C., and 3K1 do. at 7c.
KYE A sale of 500 bush, at 72c. The market is
steady at 72(oi7:tc.
OA'X'S-A fair demand end the market Is firmer:
sales of 1,200 bush, at tile., and 600 do. at 4Ho.
BaKLEY xuu market la quiet and unchanged. A
sale of 1(0 bush, new at 60c.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, September 2—P. M.
Ashes quiet at $5 255 50 for Pots, and
$3 25 for Pearls.
Flour heavy and 10c, lower on mediant and good
grados: sales li.'.HJO brls. at f-H 1 40 fur suporline State;
it t 40C4 76 for extra do.; $4(iu4 45 lor supertiuo West
em; 1 4ikft4 w for common to good extra; 4 8Ur
for old, and $5 UKn..') 21) lor fresh-ground shipping
brands extra rounil-hoop Ohio, doting heavy. Ca
nadian Flour quiet: sales at $1 50 for extra.
Small sales Itye Flour ut $3 !Viiii 311.
Wheatdull, unchanged and heavy: sales 15,O0Obush
els at 71c. for old Chicago Spring; 81 30 for new White
Michigan; Si 376; 1 II lor new White Indiana; $1 40
(oil 50 lor now While Kentucky, and 91 :15 lor now
Itcil Zimmerman. Kye firmer: sales 3,500 bushels at
82(&83c. Bariuy oulot. Corn Yery scarce, and a shado
hotter: sales 17,600 bushels at fl'e., deliver, d, for now
mixed Western; 80o. for old do.; Si!ic. for Yellow
Southern. Cats dull at .'Ui12c. forold and new Statu,
37.'IUC. for Western, and ;Wm-IDc. for Canadian.
Whisky dull: sales 15(1 brls. at 2e2ijo.
Pork w ithout important change: sales of 3,132 brls.
at 8H73(ol4SUfor mens, $10 50(410 62 fur prime, $14
for prime mess, $17 lor clear and S13 25 for thin mess,
including 5U0 brls. at sellers' option, till the 5th of
October, at $14 SO. Heel unchanged: sales of 160 brls.
at & 6(l(a6 for country prime; $7(o7 26 for do. luoss;
Soll fur repacked Chicago, and t'i((ul2 60 for extra,
beef Hams quiet at $I5C-I7 75. Bacon nncnauged.
Cut Meats scarce aud lirihur: sales of 66 packages at
7,Sc. tor Shoulders and i lor Hums. Lard buoyant:
sales 1,030 brls. at Mi(($llc, andsmalllotsatll.c.
Butter steady at 13(uttc. for Ohio, and lf2lc.lor
State. Cheoso quiet at 7(.S'ic. as in quality.
Wool Ami for all descriptions with a fair domand:
sales of 46,000 lbs. domestic llueee at 37(d5Uc. for fair
to extra, aud 32(1,500. for pulled. Foreign Wools
firm: sales of 4iiu bales of all kinds at current
figures.
Cotton olosed depressed: (ales of 600 bales at 11,'ic
for middling upland.
Leather stoutly . Hides firm: Buonc Ayree 26,'ac.
Linseed Oil steidy at J7syj9o.
Load firm: Galena $577.
Tobacco 11 rm at Stall 2'4o.
Tallow quiet at loHiol4C
The Tea sales to-day wore spirited, and better prices
were commanded except for Uouchong, which baa
slightly declined.
Sugars heavy and declined 'sC on the week: Mus
covado a,4ff7o.
Coffee firm at llM(Sn?c. 10,000 bags Bio and Java
were sold to-day, mostly of the latter.
Molasses mlot at 37(qH2c.
Stocks lower: Chicago and Bock Island W4; Illi
nois Central W; Michigan Southern 2tiK; New
York Central 7tV, Beading 44,'a; Missouri Sixos SIM:
UnUna and Chicago 7IX; Pacillo Mail 86; United
States Fives of 1874, 10.1.
The auction sale of Tobacco by Messrs. Gerard,
Betta Si Co., this morning, called out a largo attend
ance of the trade and passed oil quietly at lull rates.
,4H5 cases of Connecticut were advertised, but the
samples of only 474 cases wore exhibited, and they
realized loMUloc. cash, to be weighed.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
9- For main telegraph report, lee flnt
PK '
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
St. Lona, September 211 T. M-The
Overland California Mail, with advices to tha
12th ult., reached here to-night.
Business was inactive, but price were un
changed. W. P. Wilkins, District Attorney of Sutter
County, and candidate for the Legislature,
was shot on the 9th ult. by Judge May, of
Yuba County, whose daughter Wilkins had
seduced.
Senator Brodorick addressed the largest
meeting ever assembled at Sacramento, on
the 9th ult. He made a full expose of the
bargain and sale arrangements of the last
Senatorial election.
The Convention in Canon Valley had
framed a constitution for a provisional Gov
ernment, which declares Carson Valley inde
pendent of Utah, and gives the name of Ke
veda to the Territory.
Victoria dates to the 6th had been re
ceived. The Island of San Juan, between
Vancouver's and the msin land, claimed by
our Government as a part of Washington
Territory, has been occupied by sixty United
8tates troops by order of General Harney.
Governor Douglass had isiued a protest,
olaimicjr the Island for the British Govern
ment. He had also dispatched some armed
vessels and two hundred aapperi and miners
to the Island.
The United States vessels Mtutachutetu,
Jeff. Davit, Shubrick and Active, and the
British vessels Tribune, Satillite and Plumper,
were either anchored off the Island, in the im
mediate vioinity. It was unofficially stated at
Victoria that the matter would be compro
mised by a joint occupany of the Island, until
the British and United States Governments
could be advised of the eziating state of affairs.
General Harney was ezpeoted at San Juan
on the 6th of August.
The Fraier Biver mining news was encour
aging; $75,000 ia gold had reached Victoria
within a fortnight,
Advicea from Oregon statea that the Indians
were harrassing Lieut. Mullen's wagon-road
expedftion, destroying the mile-posts and
burning the grass in alltheoamplng-groundi.
The Los Aogelos Vineyard of the 15th nit,
gives an account of a battle between fifty
troops, nnder Major Armistead, and four hun
dred Mohave Indians, on the 4th alt., In
which about fifty Indians were killed.
River News.
Fittsburg, Soptember 2 M. Elver twenty
one Inches at Glass-house, snd at a stand.
Weather dear and oool.
Pittsbubo, September 2 P. M. Biver un
changed since noon. Weather clear and cool.
LocisviLbg, Sopt. 2 P. M. River falling,
with three feet three inohea in the Canal.
St. Lotus, Sept. 2 P. M. River fallen
thirteen inohea at this point in the lost twenty
four hours, and is still receding. Nothing;
from any of the upper streams. Weather dear
and cool.
Coal Miner's Strike.
Pittbduro, September 2. Coal miners
numbering 2,000, turned out in procession, to
day, on a strike. They contend for payment
of wages according to weight, instead of
measure.
HOME INTEREST.
VT-S. H. Pnrvln, Advertising Agent, He.
eo West Fourth-street.
a" Winder's Shy-llght Gnllery-All styles
of Pictures made on short notice.
W Winder's Sky.llaht Gallery, Western,
row, opposite Court-street. The cheapest and best
Pictures made In tbe city.
ftVDastuerrean Gallery, South-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford's
drag store. Pictures taken and put tn good cases for
twenty cents. Warranted to please.
aWFora good style of Hnf, sjo to Hlbbert
& Brotiisb, No. 8 and 210 West Fifth-street. Their
stylo and make are groatly admired by hat wearers.
Go and see them.
mrOne Dollnr Photographs-Dewey Si
Co.'s Mammoth Gallery, No. 112 West Fifth street, Is
the place for cheap and uncqualed Photographs, in
gilt frames. Their charge Is only one dollar.
AUCTION SALES.
AUCTION SAIEV-BY KELLOGG A
WILLIAMS, Sale-rooms 22 and 24 Hast Third
street. Nplpmliil Household Furniture at Auc
tion. On SH'NOAlf MUltMINO, September 6, at
dwelling 1148 Fifth-street, between John and smith,
north sine, tne entire iuraiicreoi a iamuy removing,
viz:
Front Parlor. French sofas; sociables; parlor
Chairs; Elizabeth do.; marble-top tables; one largo
gilt tramo .mirror (cost $&0); Bruasels carpet: what
not, and several of the linest aud choicest oil paint
ings that have been odered this season.
llnck farlor.-One large gilt mirror; sofas;
chairs; tablos; lirussels rarnet.fte.
s liaiiibers. One cottage sett; dressing bureaus;
bedsteads; bedding; wusuatands; carpets; wardrobe,
4c.
Dining-room. Extension tablo; Bide board, and
a largo assortment of Queen's China, gloss and plated
ware.
Kitchen. Cooking stove and utensils, and the
gas fixtures, Ac. A. KiiLLOUG,
sep Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE. BY THOS. JOHN
STON, in Sale-rooms No. 33 Main street, (next
to the Trust Company Bank.) Laat large positive
fall salo of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ac, at Auction. TUESDAY
MUHNINQ, September , at '1 o'clock, will be sold,
lu cataloge form, without any reserve, 450 packagea
and lota of fresh-Imported Foreign and Domentlo
Dry Goods, comprising a general assortment of very
desirable Goods for city aud country sales.
ALSO WEDNESDAY MOKN IN 8, (September T, in
third loft, X) cases, comprising the best slock of
Men's, Hoys' and Youths' BroganBiWonien's. Misses'
aud Children's Shoes, Congress Gaiters and Oxford
Ties; Ladles' Gaitesaand Hlippers; Men's, Boys' and
Youths' fine UootsTlvershoes, Ac, we have ever of
fered at auction; the greater portion of the stock
being woll adapted for the best city retail trade, and
every cose to be sold without reserve,
aulfti-o THOMAS JOHNSTON, Auctioneer.
EDUCATIONAL.
SELECT SEMINAKY,
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
No. 133 WEST F0UBTH-8TBSET,
lUis"sA.H?itD,cl('l''
The Fall Torm of this Seminary will open on the
First Monday of September.
DAILY LESSONS IN FRENCH BY
Professor IE KICQLES, of whom Professor
Fasiiuello says, "1 should deem any Institution for
tunate in engaging bini as a teacher of tbe French
language." an24
THE CINCINNATI
Literary and Scientific Institute,
No. ST Hast Thlrd-street,
WILL BE OPENED ON THE 5TH OF
September, for ths Instruction of persons of
both sexes and all agos, by Dr. A. UCBTLS sad a
corps of assistants of the first order.
The objeot of this Institution is to develop the
whole man, physical, mental and moral; to give bim
a good knowledge of the moat valuable sciences, arts,
languages and Ilteraturs, and especially the greatest
of all arts, that of educating youth for usefulness
and happiness. For particulars apply at the Institute
to A, CUitTItj, A. M., M. V.,
au?V2w President.
MRS. J . A. ORTH,
LADIES' AMD GENTS
FURNISHING STORE,
No. !ilU Fifth-street,
Between Elm and Plnm, CINOINNATI.
Oombs. Tlalr Oil. Perfumery. Fancy Soar and No.
tlona of al I kinds.
N. B. Shirts, and all kinds of Furnishing Goods,
made to order. auM-am
C. BONSALIi.
H. A. SMITH
BONSALL & SMITH,
DENTISTS,
No. 118 Weet Sixth. atreet,
CINCINNATI. sepl-cm

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