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'WANTED.
WANTS," "FOB SALE," "TO LET," "LOST,"
this column, ocoupying Ave list
or lest, two Insertions, twenty-Ova cents.
WANTED E MPLOYMEN T By a
young man from tie Bsst, willing to work
and t awful to employer. Please address 0. W. H..
this office.. . . HHi.hi
WANTED-GIRL A German girl for
vn,T.i, .C.?Z1 00U"-WI''- PPlJ at Nasi West
tourlh-stroct, . . . sop9-b
WANTED All the news-boys io the oily,
..fflr. iaS'V?? Crrl'' ",ul '"'""Biers, to mil atom?
offlc.l(W VlM.,tet, iin Mnln.. on .Snturtlav morn-ut-
sep9.uf l'IBLISHEllS ''BUDGET."
yANTED-BOARDIXG By a tingle
gentleman In n private family, wliero there
or ""''""f boarders, Ileslilonce muiitbe
IT,, iJ ?,v"l,ln"'ea'wiiU of the Poetufflce,. Address
U W.," Box 039, P. 0 stating terms, locution, to.
WANTED TEACHERS A first-rate
Teacherof the Harp No other H'ed apply.
Alio, one of flreok, Latin anil Mathemnili-a. Ad
drosa "A.," at tula office, with uame ami place,
fsepJli
WANTED A Hie of "The Cincinnati
. , Dallv 8nn,"from Majrl, 'S3, to October I, '53.
Inquire at this ofrlss. sepaaw
WANTED Persona wanting to get good
glrli to cook, wash and Iron, or todo Cham-lr-work;alsp,
general housswork, can be supplied
im short notice. Please call at Mn. WARKEN'IJ
Intelllgerirs, Oflce, 304 Flfth-stroet, bet. Western
row anil John. go pah
WANTED SITUATION By a young
lailrfrom the taut, In a family or acliool, to
loach Instrumental and vocal music, or anv oilier
bi-mch; has no objection to going South, thebost
references given as to capability, experience, in.
Addross S. 1'., this ofdce. sepa aw
WANTED SIT UATIO N A yonng lady
wishes a i Itiiatlun In some house as assistant
book-keeper, copyist or aaclork In a dry gooda or
fancy atoro. Address M IBS FKANK, Box 64, Oolura-
liin, Ohio.
sop7-wt
WANTED A HOUSE By a gontleman
with small family, no ohlldron. A house with,
out a hall not desirable. AddresB Box 769 Postofflce.
lsop2-bw-eodtl
WANTED AGENTS To tell a desirable
work jniit published, "Julian'! Intereat
Tables," containing accu'atecalcnlationsoi Intereat
nt 3, 6, 7, 8,9 and .0 per cent., both aimpla and com
pound, on all Bums from one cent to 810,000, and from
one day to alx yean. A rare opportunity to make
money in the aale of this new, cheap and useful
work. For further information aa to success, test!
niony In lis favor, and irms,addrosa istamp Inclosed,)
or apply to J. HAZAM) DAVIS, 427 Fifth-street.
HnpZ.amt
BOARDING.
BOARDING Several single gentlemen
can tie accommodated with board and pleasant
aloeping roomaat No. IK! East Thlrd-atrcat. Also a
fow ladies can boaocomraodated. I'ermt moderate.
eep7-h
BOARDINfi. First-olasa Boarding-house,
fyoamore-atreet, betwoen Fifth and Sixth,
west aide. Large, airy, unfurnished rooms for fam
ilies. Hoard and lodging for single gentiomeo.
sep6aw . ' i . I. A. KOWJ5.
POUND
FOUND TWO MULES. TAKEN UP,
on the 2d Inst., two dark brown Mules, about
sarao ana And bIks. The owner can have them hr
railing on me, proving propfrty and paylngexpenaeii,
iik the law .directs. II EN III GOUDMlKit, Fifth
Ward Houae, Covington, Ky. aoptav
H4.riF0B SALE,
FO a SALE BILLIARD TABLKS Throo
flrat-clnss marhlu-top Itlllinrd Tnlilee. J. M,
lirunswick A liruthois make. Fur particulars in.
itulre at tho Calodoninn Shadoa, No. IVJ Viiit-atrwt.
iop9-aWJ ,
FOR SALE POINTER PUPS Pour or
Ave well-bred Pointer l'ups fur aale ntthoita
bits oil Iturnot-stroot, between Hace and Vine and
'Jhird and Fourth, epS-b
FOR SALE OH EXCHANGE A Ken
tucky it Ivor Bottom Farm of BOO acroa, about
000 cleared and under feLO ; a new bouse of II rooms;
UrgnbaruM by lUOfeot. una all the couveuieocesof a
first-clau farm, It will be sold on long time or ex
changed for city proporty. Address J. M., care of
i. W. BALL (Jo., 3i Maln-struet. sop'J-aw
FOR SALE The Stock and fixtures of a
t'oncr Dry Oooda and Milllnory Store, In a
'ood location, well established, mid doinir a aood
business. In consenuoiicu ol the continued feeble
neaitti oi tne proprietor, me siook win oe cioecu out
on easy toriua, It application be made aoon. Address
"W. U, B Cox 327,dnclnnatl P.O. aepO-b
FOR SALE DINING SALOON The old
and well-estitbllehod Dining rjnloon, at No. 8
?iMit J oa tb street, having saventy-five prompt pay
tig boarders, and a good transient trado. Forturther
partlcnlarelnqulrooiitlie preinlsea sopah
SALE A desirable House nnd Lot,
X1 la OXftird, Ohio, situated on the corner of
High and Beech-streets; sqnnre adjoining Female
bVruinary. Tormsof sal moderate.
AlsoA doalrable residence four and a half mlloi
from this cliy, near Cheviot. Lot oontalna eight
and a half acres, on which there la two good
orchards. Will trade for city proporty.
Also A 640 acre farm. In Jaopcr County, Indiana,
Y.'illsell low for cash, or take part tmde.
Also 320 acres firming land, at 6J4o. per acre, alt
tjaud near the St. L mia Motnphin lUihuail. A
rare chance Is now offered fur a cheap farm, with a
proepoct of Increasing Soil per ceut,,aa soouaaths
road is entirely com ploted.
Also-3?0acre furni.ln Livlnfnlon County, Illinois.
Will trade, and pay balance in cash, for an improved
farm near Cinciuoati.
Also Burnet-avonuo lots. Will trade for a piano,
spring-wagon or barouche.
Altor-Uuvlngtoii and city vroporty, for sale and
trade.
Also Otbor valuable property for salo; or, will
trade for merchandise.
Also Missouri luniis obtained on the ahortcst
notice, at Mo. per ncre, and Warrantee Deeds given.
Apply to fATTIN ft MOKROW, ltual Estate
Ageuta, No. S7 West TlilrJ-ntroot, Jtooui S, socoud
Bimr. appn-aw
STOLEN. ";
STRAYED OR STOLEN Monday the 5th
3 Inst., a white and red Cow, white face, with red
rlnits around her eves; mldola-slzed horns, the right
Incllulug towards the left; two teats grown togeiher
on tho left side; Is about nine years old. A reward
will be psid for her return to P. TuUHKY, one
ijnartor of a mile above the flret toll.gnto on the
Itt'Hdlng Itoad; or, for Information, arlrtrossed to P.
TOUUEY, Walnut Hills P. 0., that will load to her
recovery. aep8-h
HrKlNGSBURY,
Professor of the Guitar and Flute.
T.nillna and Gentlemen wishing In
Rtmoiion oa either of the above ln
HLrnmunts. will rocoive nroniDt at- i
'J tiitlnn. Itv leuvinff their adilruaa at 1
r- lliu Mimic Stores iif W m. 0. Petera A
8ou; John Ohurcli and Win. M. Potera. an24-am
BRANDY AND GIN COCKTAIL.-John
Bates would call the attention of saloon and
hotel proprietors, to his superior Brandy and 01 u
Cocktail. They are mado from the best brandy and
gin, and are exquisitely flavored. They are superior
to anything of the kind that bas bean made. For
sale, wholesale and retail, National Theater Build
ing, Bycamore-street. au22
8. V. HAWE8'
KENTUCKY STATE GAZETTEER
JttiU
Dualueii Directory Tor 1859 and 'til),
,' JUST ISSUED.
BUSINESS MEN WILL FIND THI6
nnj.nfthAmoHtconiDleto State Direotorioi rt
Vtibllnhw lu lh Western ISUtcs, coniuinlng m tt
UOtB, eiHIHJ HWUiquH u un. ... .... .nu,. ........ " , a.iu
airing their location, business, 4c. Price 3 M).
For sale at t'H rJR.CH '.t
ep7-aw Poatoffice Stand, Postoftice Vnilditvg;
A. v, B.txaiKatH.
t. auiinen.
": pARRINGER & CO.,
-. i'i llanniactueis of ,
The Celebrated Patent Combined
COOKING STOVES,
v urnnn nv noar. The mnat oonvenlent. eco
nomical and durable Cooking Stove ever Inventod,
for Steamboats, Hotels, Ilestaurants and Private
un-.. -a r,vikinff aud bollinif water for wash and
' bath rooms, In Targe quantities, in any adjoining
apartment by the same are.
Wareroom, 1T Main St., CluclnnatL
swr Bights to mannfactnre and asll these 8TOVE9
may be secured on application to the proprietors, nt
tneir warerooms. t'L.
' Cincinnati Academy of Design.
I Established by the lata Prof. Bohert Conner,)
BBMINAKT BUILDING, BOUTH-WKST COB
vciAVfv-n inn VfiTTND.HTRa.ET8.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT RE OPENS ON
MONDAY, HnptemUrotli, IW.vllh Its usual
fscllitlos I t giving, lusiruction In Uil J'llD..
Crayon, Pencil Drawing. 40., Ac. Of late years tlie
tsste for thi brauchea has rapidly increased
. ... . .1 .I..... .OA nihut l.l.lltMll tinalll
Tiirougnoui me vnwi.niiu.iiiw --1 " u " ' . .
h ncceasHry acionipllshineute, and useful in every
iwalkofllfe. ...... i 1, ..
The lorg Handing 01 una laraaemy, " -ri
uled sircess, givo evidence that, iu every respect,
H lewh.U,,toUoBb.i!HAB1)goN;
THE PRESS.
PaiAV.,.4,..M.,M.,.,.,..1M SEl'TEMrtlllt. Q
WANTS! WANTS!!
I you want a servant, advertise In
TH.B PENNY PRESS
If you want a boose, advertise in
THE PENNY PRESS.
I yon want to sell anything, advertise in
TUB PENNY PRE83.
I yon want to bay anything, advertise In
THE PENNY PRESS.
In fact, every want supplied by advertising In
TUB PENNY PRESS.
CITY MATTERS.
Thanks to J. S. Cook ami William
Heaver for handsoDib boumietg sent to the
office of tho Pkn.nt Pbxss.
The raot over the Cincinnati Trotting
Park yesterday wag declared in favor of "Lady
day," (ho winning two straight heats. Time,
5:30 iMH.
$3k tight betwoen two of our prominent
eitizeni occurred on Vine-street, below Sixth,
about five o'olock last evening. Besnlt a
tnird party, who interfered, got a bloody nose.
About. D. II. Fleming, of the Piqua En
quirer, is in tho city, and during his stay will
call upon our merchants. He offers an ex
cellent medium of advertising one worthy
tho attention of our wholosalo frionds.
Auuskurnts This Eitnino. Mechanics'
Fair, Pike's Opera-house; Horticultural Exhi
bition, Palace Garden; Wood's Theater, Na
tional Theater, Palace Garden Concert, Pal
mer' Museum, and Casino.
Another Steam FmH-UtfaiKH. Tho friends
of Mr. Shawk have secured from Council an
order for purohase of a email steam Are-engine
made by Mr. Sbawk, to be tuod as a substi
tute. Cost, $3,750.
During the equestrian match at Dayton,
yesterday, a lady, whose same we could not
loam, was thrown from her horse, and re
ceived serious injuries about the face. She
lowever carried off the second premium.
pSTUe are informed by Independent De
tective Hasan, that as the crowd was waiting
for the down train from Dayton, last evening,
two gentlemen had their, pockets picked, one
of thirty-two dollars, and the other of twenty
Ave dollars.
fid'Wt visitod the "St. John's Hospital for
Invalids," ynsterday, and found Mrs. De Mar
bais in a fair way of recovery. Her husband
still remains at the Liak Bun Asylum. Al
though at times a lunutio, hopes aro entor
talned of his recovery.
ES-We understand that a number of per
sons are in tho habit of borrowing newspa
pers from their neighbors, especially the
Penny iVess. Now who will do this, when a
paper may be obtained for tho trilling sum
of tit etntt a tote!;. "Go thy way and sin no
more." .
pS' John. A. Trimble, jr., son of the well
known stock doaler, T. M. Trimble, Esq., of
Hillsboro', Highland County, Ohio, passed
through this city yesterday, en roule for the
Illinois State Pair, to be held at Chicago, in
a few days, having in charge the finest Durham
bull this side the Allegbanies.
Widknino a Stbekt. By the exertions and
contributions of Charlos H. Kilgour, the nar
row portion of East Third-street, from Butler
street to the Miami Canal and Lock-street, is
in s condition to be widened. Connoil has ac
cepted the dedication of a strip of gound, twenty
six and a half feet on tho south-side, The
few building) thereon will bo removed, and
that eastern thoroughfare will be vastly im
proved. Assisted roB Passing Bogus Coin. "Win.
Ferguson was arrested, yesterday afternoon,
by officer Farnsworth, for dealing in bogus
half dollars. He had, we understand, passed
several, and finally offered one to Joseph
Bookman, at the foot of Ludlow-strcet, whon
he was detected and brought to Hammond-
street Station-house. He had several coins
of tho same description about him, when ar
rested. Hkrbos's Semixart Re-uhios C'i.ub. At a
meeting of tho above-named Cub, hold at
Herron's Seminary, September 8, the follow
ing officers wero elected: Oliver W. Root,
President; Samuel B. Warren, Vice Presi
dent; Charles C. Thillips, Rocording Secre
tary; ,Z. II. Tatem, Corresponding Secre
tary; Lewis II. Greene, Treasurer; Stephen
II. Smith, Zenas F. Wilber and James E.
Sherwood, Executive Committee.
p3John I. Talbott and Wm. Woolman
will open an academy in the Friends' school-
house, on Fifth-street, near Western-row, as
soon as the rooms are completed, which will be
about the 1st of Ootober. In this institution
greater than usual prominence will be given to
the English language and literature, and to
the natural sciences. An evening school, also,
for the instruction of young men and appren
tices in the several branches of a business edu
cation, will be opened at the same time and
place. -
Tbb Tip-top SuBUBti. The prosperous little
community on Mount Adams, whose snug
homes have Observatory-street for a main
thoroughfare, are treated almost as if their ex
tensive settlement was a suburb. It Is in the
olty, and should receive moremunioipal atten
tion. There should be a fire-oistorn dug at
somo central point, and one of the hand lire
engines, with suitable amount of hose, should
be kept ready for use in somo oonvenlent build
ing. We trust that the oommittee on Firs
Department will act promptly on the petition
of the residents of Mount Adams.
Larcknv. About two o'clock yesterday a
man named McCarty succeeded iu purloin
ing two rings from tho jewolry store of
Dtihme k. Co., corner of Fourth aud Walnut,
and when asked to disgorge, donicd any
knowledge of the matter. Officers Williams
and Harmer ai rested him, when be gave up
one of tho rings. A great number of Daguer
reotypes were found about his person and in
his trunk. Ho had engaged passage on the
Ida May for St. Louie, an 1 entered his name
as J. McCarty, but, to the police officers, he
gave it as Henry MoCarty. He had $125 81)
in money when arrested. Ho was lodged in
the Hammond-street Station-house.
INKLINGS.
A picnle oomos off at Pleasant Ridge to
morrow. A number of prisoners were diiobarged from
the City Prison yesterday.
Hines, charged with grand larceny, will
be tried in the Police Court rvext Thursday.
Business was unusually dull In the Police
Court yesterday. -'
The City Prison Is at present crowded with
inmates, both malt-and female.
Hand-organs and trained monkeys are quite
numerous in the oily.
The work on the Cincinnati Street Railroad
line extends to Ninth and Mound. The Di
rectors are pushing this route right along.
To-morrow Is the grand gala day at Day
ton. Take passage on the Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and Dayton' Cars, at 6.45 A. M. Return
In the evoning.
The Niutb-streot M. E. Church edifice la
rapidly approaohing to completion, The con
gregation expeot to worship in the lower room
by the lit of November; - -
The three young men, James Clark, Web
ster Clark and George Findley, charged with
robbing a grocery store on Clark-stroot, were
before Judge Lowe yesterday aud committed
for further hoaring to-day. '
Maria Wilson, one of the parties engaged in
the fight on Sixth-street, near Walnut, night
before last, was committed to the City Prison,
yostorday, by Judge Lowe, for twenty days.
'Squire John MoFallwas arraigned before
His Honor, Judge Lowe, yesterday, charged
with driving faster than five miles per hour.
The 'Squire offered, in defense, that his horse
got frightened, became unmanagable, and ran
off. No go, however ; the 'Squire was found
guilty, as charged, and fined $5 and the costs
The oompositors in the Book and Job Print
ing establishment ofWrightson -fe Co. have
established in their office a cabinet of ouriosi
ties, composed of relios left by printers who
have worked la that establishment within the
post two years.
Charles Stefl'um and Harriet Schmidts
were tried in the Police Court yesterday for
adultery and found guilty. The former was
fined $100 and costs, and sentenced to the
county jail on bread and water for the term
of thirty days. The latter was assessed a
similar fine and sentenced to tha oounty jail
for the terra of ten days.' .
The city was thronged lost ovcuiiig with
persons from all parts of the county, in anti
cipation of hearing Hon. Stephen A. Douglas.
We aro informed that he will positively be
here to-night, and speak in Court-street
Market-space.
,W. StJMKKB k Co. By reference to adver
tisement in anotlnr column, it will be seen
that this firm have removed from Holodeon
building to Piko'e Opera-house block, occu
pying the western store. They have fitted it
up in elegant style, and will keep a large
supply of the popular "Wheeler k Wilson
Sewing-machines, for which they are the
general Western agents.' It is a machine
which has gained a world-wida reputation,
aud is in such favor that the completion of
one hundred machines per day, by the parent
manufactory, is inadequnte to the demand.
pSF The following is a list of letters de
tained for non-payment of postage at the
PoBtoflioo, in this city, September 8:
A. J. Kinsley, box 4,000, Chicago, 111, ',
A. h. Thompson, tireeniiburg, ind.
II. u. Williams, Henderson. Ky.
Wllliim Lynn, Lcavuii worth City, Kansas.
John Cockell, San Antonio, Texas, -
Mr. Jean 'fuchs. Columhue, 0.
Mrs. Louisa Hamilton, Fontainell, Nebraska Ter
ritory. . . . . . ,.
Alfred Dobel, Paducah, Ky.
WahIA Ciloubor, Padticah, Ky.
K. W, Tnreman, New Blnomflold, Mo.
John C. Mt-Master, Venice, 111.
Jllsslt.lt McMaster, Poland, 0.
Wm. Bitter, Paducah, Ivy.
B'A.u old gentleman, named Ephraim
Goodrich, who keeps a second-hand store on
Western-row, between Botts and Clinton
etreets, was arrested yesterday on a wrrrant
charging him with attempting to commit a
rnpo on n little girl named Agneu Jane
McBrido, aged eight years, whoso parents
reside at No. 100 Everett-street. As the case
will come beforothe Police Court, to-day, we
forbear further commont. '
;E3"Captn.in J. S. Roberts, for many yoars
Master of the Wheeling Paoket Courier, died
at his residence in Wheeling, Virginia, last
Wednesday evening. Captain R. was well
known in this community as a kind and lib
eral hearted gentleman, beloved and respected
by all who had the pleasure of his acquaint
ance Meteorologloal observations for the
Penny Pbkss, by Henry Ware, Optician, No.
7 West Fonrth-street, September 8, 1850. .
O'clock. - Barometer. Thermometer.
7 A. M .29.7.1
12 M 29.74
6 P. M - 29.70
A Bio Cabfet. The carpet that covers the
new sale-room of W. Sumner fc Co., No. 77,
Opera-house Building, contains over six hun
dred yards of Brussels carpeting. Henry
Falls, of Fourth-street furnished it. .
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
Thibtksn Indictmknts Rspobted. Shortly
after Hie opening of Room No. Sof thnCoinmon' Pleas
t'rurt, Jnilga tarter peraidlng, the Oraoil Jury re
piirtcdthirtetMi true bills of indictment. The follow
ing are the accused :
Mauciotis 8ta mi xn. -Barney Arms, two Indict
ments; Michael Olill'ord, Casmor driest.
Grand hacrnv. John Wallace; farnh Merrl
weather; Xdward Vnniuls nsd Alfrod Mill., two in
dictments; William Martin.
Buiku-am. Benjamin Watson.
L'TT.KINO AND I'UBI.ISIIIKa UOPKTEBl'EIT BANK
NOTES 'William F. Rankin.
Uohbi UtEAtiso-James Dawson and Jessee Phil-
1'KTiT Laecsnv Willliam Colley and A. S, Shep-
"jitmos Watson, Benjamin Watson, John Wallace
and A. . onepneraoniereu pious ui xuiny.
inn, liufinM-n Ann..- TO HAIL. 111 tbfi COSU Of til
State aguinst the Olaweons for niurdi-r in the tlrst d-
KICO, JUUne j'runen mitue appuusiiuu lur iu uumi--ainn
, i.n II nt Willlniii CIhwbou. and said he desired
to show, by testimony, that this defendant was not
present at the scene of the murder whou it was com-
'"sir! dalnos' said that similar applications toother
judves had beeu reiiimd alter hearing the evidence.
Judge tfruden said he also desired to prvseitsouie
authorities on the suujeci, wiucu was muii sum viur,
PROBATE COURT.
Emabcipaiiok. Grace Cox, a mulatto woman,
about t'ortr-llvo years t-f nil", and her children,
tioorgu, Hail le, Louisa aud James, being emancipated
by Mmmlo! Murtou, or I'ort Gibson, Mississippi, had
the evidence of their freedom entered on record. Tho
oldest boy, who was eightoon years of age, had long
I,......-.. i.i. unit neither in codid exion nor other
wise had the slightest appearance of having uegro
ltriVRAl. to DisciiAEOE. A writ of habeascorpus
was issued In favor of John Walnioro, who, upon
charge of carrying concealed weapoi s, was tried,
convicted aud sentenced iu the Police Court topaya
line of 20, and bo confined In tho Jail for twenty
dan. The mittimus by a clerical error (as it was
admitted) contained also aclause Hint he should be
fed on breau. j, s . nor uraeu mat. tin. ubiuut ,u
tlteuilttiaiusontttlod the prisoner to bis discharge.
nr. i.lnn. ,.ilr lliunnnnalrs lKMitillll. and wan SUA-
tuinedby the decision ot the Court Judge Hilton
holding that the proper course would have been a
motion to the Police Court to correct the error of iu
officer, or to take advantage of It by a writofsrror
AMUSEMENTS.
Wood's Tb rater. The attendance at
Wood's last night was not so large as tha siipevior
acting of the star sisters deserves. We can onlr ac
count for It through the attractions of tlte Fairs now
In operation. There is no tboater Inths Weatcrn
country so doserving the patronage of tho (rub lio
noott s. Tne playing of "Helen" and "Lucille.," in
Tag Acraiea or Pabca, last night, merit, tho beh
est praise. Miss Lucille as "La Tisbe, the Acli.wss
won the admiration of the house and was rei wived
with rapturous applause. Hiss Helen B"C'aU.Ina,,
the lover, was also the recipient of the most raptur
ous applause. In Tiir, 8oxra!svlut, as "Ef cteetfcte
Dormtnil," she exhibited great Tersnlslity. To
night the sisters takeabenettt. Tho pieces 'selc-claJ
are Pox C'.tsiu Be Bazan, aud Oca Female Ameri
ca Cocsim.
STThe Horticultural Fair was crowd) id
last evening. The display is magnlficeut, and re
minds one or Milton's description of the Garden of
Eden. Choicest flowers, sending forth dollc'.ous
perfumes, rivaling the ojors of Claudo Mclnc.ltai
g.udeu by the Lake oft'omo, glad you at every stop.
Fruits, rare and rich, grace the tables and om..maud
the attention of all lovors of nature's productions.
vogeiaDiei, irom mo young onion to the lull grown
pumpkin, ofovery speclos aud from every ctf.mo, aro
here displayed. In fact, it Is one of the bev.t eilhl
tions that our (lower, fruit and vogottiblo growing
friends hare eror made for us.
NEWPORT NEWS.
Subscriptions, advertisements and cemmnnlca
tlons, addressed to the "Press Reporter," Box 85, will
bo attended to.
SJ-Theband connected with tho Newport
Barracks, nndor the suporlutendonco of Mr. Horn,
will visit the Orphan Asylum, back of Covington, on
Sunday next".
Tbb Juugb McCiubk. The sale of the
steamboat Judge MoOlure will not take place as ad
vortlsed, tho owners having given security for tho
amount of the claim against them.
ST-Thcre are one hundred aiul eighty
soldiers in the garrison at Newport.
SSMra. Wilsy was yesterday fined $5 and
costs by the Mayor, for keeping a disreputable house.
Citt CoCNcru Plans and specifications
were received for the purposo of building a jail , and
the Clerk ordered to advertise for proposals for its
building according to theno speclllcntloni, tho same
to be presented to tho Council at its inc-otitig u
Thursday evening, September 10. Tho contractors
to bo paid in city orders.
iiTavern licenso was granted to Mr. Broutchcs"
Somo opposition was manifested to the order bocauic
ho had boon guilty of selling llijuor on Bunday, con
trary to law.
The Committee on Law was ordered lo Investigate
the conduit of tbo Assossors.much complaint having
been made of their lack of attentfon to thalr duties.
Two small contracts for grading nortlons of tha
the streets were given out, and some othor unimport
ant business transacted, when tho Couucll adjourned.
The Scicidb Peobablt Idbktipibd. We ob
tained from 'Suuaro Payne tho following fact, which
tony had to the discovery of the dhuio and rcbldonco
of the porson whose body was found suspended to a
tree, near Newport, a few days since: A peddler of
small artlclaa, such as buttons, neeillos, &c, rented
a room some time since on Front-street, unci for a
short time trafftcediu his small way unmolested. At
longtli, being In Cincinnati, he was apprehended by
the Police for selling without license, ami, wi under
stand, fined about eight dollars. Having p-trt his
rent for a month In advance, he continued to occupy
his room for a short time, whon ho informed
his landlord (whoso name wo did pot learn) that bo
was without money, and wanted to borrow ouough
tobuyaloafof bread. The landlord gsvo hlmfcur
coppers for the purpose, and he wont' to his room.
Boon after, ho disappeared, and it wiis remarked that
lie bad many appearances of insanity. Uo did not
return, and next morning tbo lour coppers wero
found In his room, together with a tin box, contain
ing no valuables, but somo bills from mercantile
houses in St. Louis, from which it nppcars he hud
purchased somo articles under tlio name ol'J.licr
rlweth, and othor bills, from Chicago merchants, In
which ho figures as -latuos Smith. Nothing has been
hoard .id' him since thoovouiugof his dlsappearanco,
which was four weeks ago. Tho clothing, as votl as
the size, 4c. of tho budy found, corresponds with
those oi the peddler.
COVINGTON NEWS.
fAllv communications from our frisnitM ulll Ka
thankfully received. Address " Press iioportcr."
Box 21, Covington, Ky.
Folic Coubt. Our Police Court was rather
more thronged with business yostorday than usual.
Adam Klger, for vagrancy and abusing hla wife, wits
scut up for twenty days, on bread und water. Joseph
Johnson, for liko offense, was similarly dealt .villi.
Copporasund Nicholas, whose arrost we noticed yes
terday, wero fined $7 eO each, including coals, for
breach of the peace "Tim Mack," for breach of
tho peace, was fined V Si). A Mrs. Doimlmn, lor ex
ercising a woman's prnrogatlvo-mlng the broom
stick-was lined SI and costs, at the iustuQi-e of
auothnr woman named Flaven.
Rbai, Estate Sales. W. W. Allnut, Auc
tioneer, disposed of Ibe following real estate, at pub
lic sale, y.trdi.y: House aud lot on the corner ef
Twelfth and Itussel-stroets, twenty-Are by eighty-
fire feet, for S'JH half cash, tho r unninder iu ouo
yaur. Also, u vacant lot, coiner Tdu Uwath and
Russel-streeta, twenty-flve by ono hundred loot, at
$13 per foot front. ,
A Pbkdictiox That the census of tho city,
recently ordered to be taken, will, when completed,
show a population of lS.WO. .
Cikcvit Collar. The Septomber term cf our
circuit commences on Monday next. We give lielow
the amount of business to bo disposed or, which tiie
clerk idfornis us is hardly an avoragn:
Number of indictments for felony, 10; misde
meanor, 3; keeping tlppling-house, (I; keeping gam
bling bouse, 8; gambling, i; nuisance, S. Total .19.
Civil common Inw casos, 21)2; chancery, 03. Throe or
four of those indicted have soveral charges against
them, which will lie brought up scpnratly. Asslnst
two there are two separate charges of felony, and
against anothor threo, rbrkoopinga tippling-house;
and one for fliifforlnji gambling. -
tBMr. Woodall, conduotor on the Ken
tucky Central Bailroad, Informs ns that Paris Is
crowded by visitors attending the fair, mid that
every train of cars on the Central Road is flllixl to
overflowing, by persons going and returning.
p&h. genuine prairie dog, from tha plains,
can be seen at Mrs. Bobinson's, back of Cruit'Bgro
eery, on Madison-street. This Is one of the spcclee,
whose habits nro so graphically described ly Wash
ington Irving. M IBB
Newsi'Apbb Pukks. The "local" of a coun
try exchange gives the following schedule of
tolls for the benefit of those who need and seok
after "puffs
Tor a modest nuff.
A julnps.
1 box cigars.
I pair boots.
..1 vest and 3 shirts.
I cloth cont.
a whole suit.
A tolerably good ouo...
A good one
A vory good one
A "splendid" ono
A perfect sockdologur.
HOME INTEREST.
OcsTg. II. Pnrvin, Advertising Agent, Ko.
80 Wost Fonrth-streot.
WDaguerrean Gallery, South-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford's
drug store. Pictures taken and put In good cases for
twenty cents. Warranted to please.
Steamboat Register.
AaaivALS. Melrose. Portsmouth; Urnleith.Mays
vlllo; Kuporlor, Loulsvillo; Wenonn, Madison; Horn
ester, St. Louis.
DEPAitTVnES. Melrose, Portsmouth! Duulelth,
Miiysvillo; Superior, Loulsvillo; W, I. Maclay, St.
Louis; Ponioruy, Kniiiiwlmi Wenons, Miullsou; I n
rii,io, Piimeriiy; iCmnia, Memphis.
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
New Orleans Market. NEW ORLEANS, September 8.
Cotton-Pricus are Irregelar sales 4,000 bales at 11
iau'40 Tor Dimming to sine, miaaiing.
. .7ual 1-W .,..11 a, fill 9 f..lV'i.
Rimar dull
Pork (lull attU 7it forWostern mess.
m atnigiu.iii:,
8IX CENTS WILL PAY FORTHE
PENNY PKt83 ONE VEEK.
BY LAST NIGHT'S MAIL.
HORRIBLE TRAGEDY!
HORRIBLE TRAGEDY! Dreadful Shooting Affray at Compromise.
HORRIBLE TRAGEDY! Dreadful Shooting Affray at Compromise. [From the Memphis Enquirer, Sept. 6.]
- We are informed li Mr. tt n r d...i.
Illinois, a passenger by the J. U. Dickcu,
which arrived yesterday from St Louis, that
oe witnessed a most horrible tragedy on Sun
day last, at a plaoe called Compromise. The
oirou instances of this heart-rending affair, as
related to ns, are as follows: - At the Dicliev
landed at CnmpminUe lo put off the mail, tb.
Postmaster of that place, Mr. ISparr, approached
the mail agent, whu had uut uiude tne two or
three lust tiipj, and said to hitu:
"We have had some bloody times hereof
lato, and w have to ro prepared," at the
same time throwing back his coat and ex
hibiting o revolver. "Why?" savs the agent.
"Because our country is infested' by a lot of
thioves, such ns this man," pointing to a
man close by, named Shultz, who was the
only ouo at the ieveo previous to tho landing
of the)ic;-3, besido the FoBtmnster. Shultz
then remarked that he was a most infamous
nor, and dostituto of every principle of a
gentleman. Whereupon the Postmaster
placed his hand on his pistol, as if in the act
of drawing it, when Shultz shot Mr. Sparr in
tho left eido of his abdomen.
Shultz thon retreated at a' rapid pace about
thirty foot, when Sparr flred four shots at him
in rapid succession, but without effect. Sparr
then took deliberate aim at biia across a
stump, but his pistol missed. Shultz imme
diately rushed back at Sparr and shot him
twice more through his body. Thon they had
a hand-to-hand enoountor, Shultz falling un der,
and Sparr pounding him about the head with
his pistol. Presently a third party came up
wilh a double barrel shot-gun to shoot Shultz
through the head, but through the advice of
the agent and others, he did not.
Sparr soon became so weak that Shults
threw him off, and on his (Shultz) rising he
was struck a powerful blow over the head with
the gun, which appoarod to craze him, and ho
instantly run into the river up to his shoul
ders, and on his looking back and seeing the
gun leveled at him, he dodged his head under
the water, holding It there as long as he oould
without strangling, and oa his looking up and
seeing the gun pointing at him he held it again
under water, and this process was repeated till
ho drowned. The Postmaster was alive when
our informanr left, but It was thought he oould
not recover.
The Bonsiso op Bloat 4 Co.'s Sewisq-Ma-cm.vR
Factorv. The lire by which this ex
tensive establishment was reduced to a pile
of ruins, undoubtedly the work of an incen
diary, has thrown a largo number of their
mechanics temporarily out of employment,
but owing to the indolatigablo energy which
has marked tho history of Mr. George B.:
Sloat, this house will at onco occupy new
premises, and continue without interruption
their widely extended business. Their agents,
scattered nil over America, as woll as estab
lished in the capitals of Europe, will be sup
plied as usual, and their machines, which
have earned an unrivalled reputation, and
becomo justly famous, will still be within the
Philadelphia Paper.
San Juan. The Island of San Juan taken
possession ot by General Harney Is about
fifteen miles long by soven miles wido, nnd has
two excellent harbors; and Lopez Island, op
posite, and aeparato from it by a channel of
not more than a mile wide, has another fine
harbor, perfectly land-locked, and snfe at alt
times. The possession of those Islands bv tha
United States, ssys Mr. Nugent, in lis report,
would leave us nothing to regret for having
yielded Yancover's Island. Those two Inlands
In the Straits of Fuca, are of greateriniportMioe
to Great Britain than the Bay Islands, whiob
thoy still hold. - -
fl-The ship ,S'i John I'rankliil, of Baltl
moro, just, arrived at Philadelphia from Liver
pool, reports speakinc, on the 10th ult., the
British stoamthip LuyUmd, from Calcutta,
bound to Loudou. She was under sail, her en
gines having got out of order, and when spoken
bad been one hundred and fifty days on tho
passage, and bur crew and passengers had sub
sisted one me.it a day for the previous fifty
days. The wants of the sufferers ware relieved
by the Sir John i'ranlcliu. ,
S'lt appears from our foreign exchanges
that tbo cholera has again visited Furopo, hav
ing made its appearance In St. Petersburg, and
from thence traveled to Lubcsk and Rostock,
on the Baltio. These oitina oimmunioate with
St. Petersburg by moans of steamboats, which,
it scorns, have all'orded speedy fociilties for its
progress. From tbonue it wont to Hamburg,
and theDce to London and Liverpool. The fa
mous and terrible epidemlo of 1830 also spread
from tho chief cities of Russia ovor all Europe.
fcS-A son of Mr. Ueorgo Hoffman, of Hud
son, Now York, aged seven jdnrs, on Turstlay
last, pullod out one of his front teeth, and al
though several physioians were oallod in, the
bleeding oould not be stopped, and the lad died
the next day..
sTJumperU, tho murderer, of Sophia
Warner, in Chicago, has bc6n granted a new
trial ,.by tho Supreme Court of. Illinois.
Tbero fleems to be a groat deal of sympathy
for him there. Probably it is on account of
the slight character of his oObnae. He only
killed the young woman, cut her into con
venient pieces, mid packed her in a pork
barrel. , . '. ,
7?J3h. movement is on foot in Tennessee,
looking to the ereotion of an equestrian statue
of llenornl Jackson, in the wostern portion of
the State. A gentleman of Memphis odors to
give $1,000 toward it.
?fThe groat celebration at Put-in-bay,
the laying'? llie corner stono of tho Perry
monument, kites piano on Saturday next.
5ff.8-Thcre are two hundred and fourteen
ministers in attendance at tho Conference- in
sossioTi nt Pavtnn.
HALF-FARE EXCURSION TRAIN.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
GRAND NATIONAL
HOUSE SHOW
AND
LADIES' EQUESTRIAN FAIR,
TO BR UELD AT ,
DAYTON,
Septenitter 6, T, H, 9 and 10, 185!. .
GRAND BALLOON ASCENSION,
ON
Tare for the Eound Trip, $1 75.
ffl-jS-XHIS EXHIBITION IS DESIGNED
Hbel? to 'xcel anything of the kind ever given In
the I'liltcd Htntos. 801110 of tbo most noted horses
or the country will be alliay ton. .,,.,
A largo amount of premiums nro to be distributed.
Seats loivo been erected to ai coiiiinodate thirty thou
sand visitors. And tho candidates lor Governor will
address tho pcuplrou thosth Inst.;
The programme lor Saturday will consist of Trot
ting Mutches, for purees by all tho Uoraos receiving
premiums, at 2 P.M.: a Kaco foralicavy purse, be
tween three famous Horses, will takn placo. I rpm
threo to half pit tour V. U a U-anliful eguosuliiii
spcoiatlo, by a nuuibor ot youug laams, who will
compete for prizes, Atlran'i Balloon Ascension by
MonsTj.CI. IlKI,r.MAN,at4 P. M., In his nianiiiioiu
biitloon, "Loviatlmn." During the day, an opportii
nity will b given Indies and giustlcnien, to make
a'rlal asconslons lo the allltudo of Ove hundred fiyt.
SVln addition to the Hegul TraiiiH, A HALF
FAKK TBAIN will be run dally during tho cou
tiunaiico of tho Fair. Leaving Cincinnati at (k-li A,
M . reiicliiiig Iiayton at tf:ftu A. W . stopping at all
w,. - tt is? Returning, will leave Dayton at 5:45
p m -stoDBlng at all way etatious. The hall Faro
Tikot7wfil niso be good on tbo 7:40 V. M. Train
from niytoi for MM-burgh, Oarllsl. Mlddlotov u,
H11 milium Ulondalo and Cincinnati, its regular stop
ping sta.lins. P. A.N Snpe'lntenfnt.
MONETARY.
MONETARY. THURSDAY, September 5—3 P. M.
Jionsy continues. I.i sctlva demand, tha rat being
I,1I2 ner Cunt f.n a V...-, a.. I i ' an f
' - - .T...-a.Mi,inu, 0, , ... tfBXM g
10SU per cent, futt short slate businsas Paper. ' The
-..wuu.-uuurc. are nos uiro:is o! discounting Pa
per that does not mature jrojrlom to tb middle of
Hoveinbsr. Within the !a.t day or two soma good
names have bean oflared by outside parties, bat there
It an unwillingness lodj fur-auy oilier tiiiui regular
laitern Exchange is not as" Trm at a X prtmlum,
tiling rstu, as during t'le put wseki w do put hear
of any firms that are disposed to "cut undr" tb ' '
presoat selling rate, but I here art quits a Basalxr
who rerun the supp'y fully euual lo tb demand,
the buying rato being 540 cents premium. .'"
Gold dull at 30$ s premium, toying rate; selling
at ((Jig. y premium.
Mo ckingo in I'ncurrent Money or Land Warrants
Cincinnati Produce Market.
THURSDAY EVENING, September 8, 1859.
FI.OUI-The market gave way to-day, and prioes
dec lined n limit 20c. per br. The sales were 400 brls.,
in lots, st diimH - for extra; I, "JO hrls.at Law.
renceburg,u, d T,t do. here, at 84 W. 3,31ft brh. '
were received tlie Inst iwemy-tonr hour. '
WM I.-fK. V-TUo demand contlnnes gi-od, and BrioM
X-c.lilKlier: suits of m oris, at 2l2sc., the latter
mie furwngou. ;
PiCUVlu8-Agoodlmandforniss Pork.wlth '
snlis of ti l.rlH. hi $11. Bacon buoyant, and still
held at and tf).c., which are abovo the vlowsof
buers. The salen wereU hhda Sides, back bone ont,
at v V.; 3i do. n 1 49 and 25 do. Shoulders at 7sc. --V
tierces Lard, delivered at Mays, Hie, sold at iOHo. '
Kotliing dune In bnlk meat, but holders asking 6
and 8tc. for heavy Hhouldeisaud Sides.
OIL-A sale ilSb. Linseed at SSc - ,-.- ..
GUUKERICS-Hales of n bags Coffee at HVA
I2'4C loo lihds. Sugar at 6M)7.'tc., and 300 brls. Mo
lasses at 37e.
WHEAT The market was Armor to-day, with an
Improved demand, and but moderate receipts, and
prices aro etilTor: sales 3sJ bushels prims Vi hits a -Si
0.'.; 4110 do. good do. n til 05.: .V-0 do prime Kee at
l; SMldo. do. Wliltn nt $1 ID; 7Wldo. fair dn at Me.;
fiti do. prime do; Si 08: 2UJ Oo, good do, at 81 pC; 340 ,
do. HeilatMo,; luoilo. fair do. at 0c. ' ' '
00 US The market iaqiilot and steady at TOO. for
fair inbted. . ... ... '
HAltl.Kir -Small sales tit drxTiaSfl.forold and new.
The receipts aro too small to settle the market, and
the nbove aro meroly nominal rates. ' "
RYs-A moderate demand, and prices steady at
ja&TSa. . . : .
OATM The market Is dull, hnt ptlcsa are without
material change: sales l.HJU bush, at 4Dc,, aud l.JUO,
do. n:Wc. , '
BIT rrtCIl Sales 90 firkins prima Wostern Beserre .
at Italic, . : ,(. v.;.. ..n - ,, ,.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
YORK, September 8—P. M.
Ashes, $5 50 tor pots, and $5 25 for (pearls. !
Tho uiarhet is n'nehanged.- Klour less active, bat
without important change: tales V.sou brls. at Ha)
1 .'Beiipeilliiutate;4 4i,S fur old ajd new extr... ,
State; )nf54 SO for superfliio Western; 8 40SI4 80 for
common to good shipping brands extra round-hoop '
Ohio: closing firm. Canadian flour nominal at 14 00 .
aiou. Siiiall salesByelloiirat8:til 30. iyheat
moro aetivn, and l(j.ao. butter: ealt-s 13,000 Daabalsaa
$1 sofAi 40 for now Whim Michigan; $1 2J for new ..
Ked Mlclilgaii; l 40 fur White Canadian: 8l: 45l 49
for ncwWhiio Kentucky; ?1 2t for mixed houtiwrtu ;
81 27 for now White Canadian,-and fl 15 for mixed,
Keutucky. Kje lirmer: sales 4() bushels, to arrive,
atsio. llarliy 'iiiiot- Ooru scarce and flrmor: sales
B,500 bushelsat aOo. for old mixed Western Jb stor. .
iuid'3c.ilelivered; for new do. Oats dull at 3e- - -foroldStute-,-tollc.f-r
new ;;38lc.ror est- ,
ern;3liic.for Canadian. Whisky nrm: sales 475
brls. at Tork heavy and lower: sales ,MO brls. j..
at!4 7So5l'fr Mess; I5 for wtol&&yl
for cleor. sndIO 25 lor pritne. Hwfuujij sales 1M
brls. at 8i( Ofor country prlmo; 7(8-7 W lo. mess, .
sll for repacked Chicago. and 8 1I3 So foraji ttu.
lioor Hauii dull. Bucou uulst. Cut Meats lmat.
sales 70 pnekagesnt?., fur Shoaldors.ari fVIAs. 'or .
Hams. Lard firmer: sls a7 brls at VWi) e. for
No. 1 City to primo Western. Butter Arm at-iataijc. i
for Ohio, and I80321C. fur State. Cheese: sales a , 7
vac as in uuality. Cuttou veiy dull: salw W:
heather buoyant. (Ills more active. Hides lower,
Buenos Ay res ttSW&KHa. sugar stoady jind active,
Coffoo steady at lU&Uh"- ,', ' ", '
AUCTION SALES.
AUCTION S A I, 3 .B Y JACOB
GltA Fb' Sc CO. A vory valuable Lot on KourVd.
stroet. ftlOSliAT ArTEHNOON.eeptemberVilgM,
will bo sold nt auction, on the premisev on, tb?
south Bido of Foiirrh, between West.bkTnw and
Jolin street, a lot ol ground, W feet fron. on jourth-
sireei uy ix in-, urv...
JACOB GUAKF: AnctlonMv.
sep9
'o. is tin Fourth-stroet. '
APtT'j))! SAJL.K, -BY KBLL0C.("A '
WITL,LIAMS,t!ale-rooms22anil24 Emit Third
t3tret. Hardware, Cutlery. Knrnitnre, Cmpets, 4c.
at Awvtlou. OnFBIUAV llOKN IIiOf September ,
at uvt'-piist nlno o'clock, a larae and well assorted
stuc' of Harilward and Cutlery: 20 gross Knives
nil Forks, assorted; 111 giun Ivory and Bone, as
sorted; 26sotts of Carvers, nortod; 2t doma Waiters,
iiKlurti-d; 21) dozon Pntnni Balances; 0 dozen Vockel
Knives; 2u Hoyx-n Hatchets and Hammers; 8heai-s
Patent Thread, Japer, Platcd-waie, Fancy (ioods
generally, Sc. ,. ,
At half-past ten o'clock, a good assortment or new
nucLaSoceiiil-hnnd Kuriiiture, now aud second-hand
Carpets, mil n variety of other Goods, Ac. sep9
A UC'UON SSAlili BY JACOB UBAFF
XltV. A CO. LargnSulo of Ciisrani-made Furniture.
TUESDAY MOriN ISO', Koptemlwr 1.1, at t o'olock: 1
hoVeliy give uotico that I will offer at l'ublic Hale, on
Tuesmty, i lie l.'ith dsy of 8eptemher,commeioingate
f 'clock A. M., a large portion of the tinlslied furni-,
ii ro in tlie Maroinoms of the late S. J, JOHN, No. .
2i and 21 Kast Fourth-street, consisting Id part. of
l'ailorflnd Bed-room furniture, Bu.s.-casii, Secra
.tories, Sldebiiaidsandagoneral variety ol plain and "
lino Furniture. .,. , ,., t , ...
To dealers who are desirous ol'roplonishlng their
stock fur the fall trade, they will find this one of I he
r:iro opportunities. Also, parties wishing to furnish ,
lionsow. In part or whole, wilt do well to give this sal
their intention, tjulo positive, and nil goods war
runted. - ...
E.COX, Adm'rofthe Est. ofS. J.John, doe'd. '
JACOB OR A Er, Auctioneer, i -
fo.-l'j fiast lfourtU-slreot.
Cincinnati, Bcpt.C, IjCO. sop9
.4 UUTiOJ! SALE. BY JACOB 8KAFP
xIl i- CO.-Halo-room No. Is KaNt iroiirth-strwt.
Go. id mid well-knpt Furniture, l'iauo, io. Qu FRI
DAY JlUltXlXfl, Septombar !, at nine o'clock,
will liu sold the entire Furnitiirn of a foniily, ho. if
Joliii-einwt.botw.'cu Fuuriliiiiiit Fifth, consisting of
thtfnllowilignrticle,Tlz! ... . ...
ra:,0EH lnjiintlon ruse wood hiur-clnth sociable;
six do. iHi-lor cli-iii-s; two do. do. rocking hairs; '
Uotliio lontliir-Bimt cliulr; picnic chair; marble-top,
table; two fancy tables: papier-macho table: two gas
cbimilullers; two marble ornor pieces ; Imitation
rosewood book case; Brussels oarpot; steel fire-set; -piauo
Bionl and music-stand, io. Also, a very supe
rior rosewood pinno-forte, 7 octavo, cost M0; a hand
some side saddle, i '
CHtMiiKss An oak chnnibor-sct, v)e : half-canopy
bcdstPHil, wardrobe, marble-top dressing bureau, ao. - .
iviulistnliil; do.conimodn; rocking' chair; two clulrs '
and tmwol rack; rosewood French bedstead; cotrag
iiu; wiihli staud; llilnannd other toilot ware ; oriu:
Innklng-gloiw, with mnrblo slab; spring, hair, ana
slun k imtttresKcs; hair and foathor pillo'vs; oil saint
liiKS tuble; Brussels carpet, c.
IIali-asdDi.ninii Itoost Oil clotht hat rack; Bas
light; Mnir carpot and rods; nek extension table; do. .
arm chairs; fancy table; uiurble-tup pior table; wait
ers; clocks; cantors; water cooler; dlnlug and tea
ware: vinilow nliados, &o. :' - - - . .
- ALSO Cooking stove and apparatus; Ice chests; 1
tables and kitchen furniture. ,
N. It The bruise for rent. sep9
iorms oi oaie-tjMo-.ur,r i- on
wo, I ti ret., ronr. nve i u Wuh , ,,,;
ititerest, w-cui-cil by ijio--lK on ,(, preml.M payt. .
ble annually, lltl. ,ndlpiiinl,le. : ,
MISCELLANEOUS,
" SOUtHGATIi iiovs'MT'
SontU-enst corner of Pixth. and Ktni, Cincinnati, 0.
THE SUBSCRIBED HAVINO RENEWED
his base of the South gato House, and expended:
a larcti amount of money in paiutlng, carpeting, and
refurnishing it, Introducing Uatbtng-rooms, Water- '
closets, and every possible convenience and luxury - -tliroilgllr
nt, Invitee a contlnuauce of the public pat
rnmiizii. Ilnfi-cls confident that the house will os)
found, with Its recent improvements, in a better ,
ootid itlon than when llrst opened for tlie reception of
guests. The location of (he hotel Is central aud con
venient, either fur up-lnwn visits or down-town
bnsiu" ss. Meals aro regularly served at the table
d'hote, or in prlviito rooms, and furnished at all
h.'ura. The terms are 81 per day, and accommoda
tion e.iual to any gl i per day house In the city;.
The house will lie kopt open night and day, at all
houra. Omnlbusea will be lli attoudancoto andfrom
tbo cars. Brenktkst lor early train. And for th
rest, tlie proprietor leaves his guests to speak lor
hlinl lauplj .. ,. F. ,F. WATrtON .Proprietor. !
ifi KOCEBfES. PURE RIO, JAVA AND
VET Mocha Coffees, choice Kew Orleans Sugar, '
Uolion Sirup, Sugar-bou-e and Sew Orloans. JUo
bissoo, choice Crrocn and Black Teas, fc;th-i wilh
every other article usually k.pt in a F1KST OLA 8
GBiCKltY,instornd for sale at low prices, and
delivered free of cbargo to any part .of thsoiiy, by
1 1 J. F SttTLoUH, Oirpcer,
n.p.1 Corner Mintli aud Vine.
1jX'RECIDEH VIliE(ABI.-iEPCOl-.
itantly upon hand an excellent artical of Older.
Vinegar, suitable for 1-
sep3 Ktomer Ninth aud Via.
B" ltAMDY AiJDTvlNB FOR MKL1UAL
nnrposes. I nave remalp Ing a small lot of very
Hn old OUrsI and Hennessey Brandies, which I r.t
for nwdicaMurposw, from knowledge of the'.r .a--rlority.
Also llodaria, b'nerry and Tort, Tyiet
CatHWhi, Still, bpaiklng and Dry, ll 'jf H erior
.llislliy, ana av vo ww . -..i ,
t!
sep3
Corrier Vlmh and Vine
HENRY DAVID,
nsn II aTaT, Cm li T t3n . . .
0. 278 - MAIS 8TREI!X,r, BBTWBF
m pi v 1 11 an n . j'i iuiiisciurc '
nn.l..t..u
importer 01 oonp., i nuum, eancy ij
Just recolvod, per sttuoior.a lotofl'or. ,
Clsar Cases, Brushes . Combs, Perfuf e M
. . mi 111
,oods, has
rlnniilaes.
VIEHl IjHOl-s, tin.-. " . uui'in, , vn
row and taucy (Joudsof iUI dusor
ry. Beef Mar-
plVUJHSlQrtllltiU. u jinuufcei
ho Im propareo to sell at a Ii' dlef Exti-aots, which
dealorln thecity. Alss -: .ore l.iwor than any other
Yoi-a. a largo lot or,'' ..rea-lvod this day IromWew
aud Harkliig Inks Ovid's Blue u Black Writing
to sell at umu' .which the subscriber will be aula
tailprswlll.pl' ai'actuior's pricos. JobLers.ana ro
chaslng ln ' .aso call iu and examine Iwlore pur
livo cents ,whero. All kludsof Kxtracts at twonty
stroet, ' .per bottle. Bemombervjiela, W5tt
, ostween blxth and atsvntli - vev'
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