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"WASTS," "FOE HALF." "TO LET." "LOST,"
"FOUND," 4c, lu this column, occupying UM line
. J two Inwrtloiii, twenty-Bye oente.
WANTED HOUSE Of 5 or 1 rooms,
" . .with modern Improvements. Bant not to
Meeed f 3D par moDth. Addreaa P. 0. Box 1,1.3. Pos
session September 21. sepiab
WANTED SITUATION A sand-paper
maker wants employment. He thoroughly
iinderstauds tilt business. Audrese X. 1., Penny
Press office. 0pl3b
TMJ'ANTED SITUATION The adver-
ltHT: r,"r roung man, wanta a lima,
tlon as receiving, shipping or entry dork, or sales
man in a hardware or Iron More; it not afraid of
work, and Is willing to make himielf generally um
lnl. tan bits good city reference. Apply to EWIN,
corner ot Pearl and Broadway, se pl31
17"ANTED SITUATION By a young
lady, with a good educaiion, a situation as
saleswoman in it dry goods, millinery or bakery
tore. Hood recommendations given. Address, witta
vul delay, L. JEHillNOS, through the Poiiofflm.
eepl3u"J
W" AN TED GERMAN GIRL To do
general housework for a small family. Ap
ply at No. 1 Oollcse Building, Walnut-street. '
twcitn Fourth and Hlfth., , sepl3b
WANTED Persona wanting to employ
honsekeensrt. nurses or sewing airls: also.
w"
Hid girls to cook, wash and iron, apply soon at Mrs.
FA tilt, fZU',1 t..l.,IUouieA OSl.. 'inii Virih-atpaf
ootwmiii eeiem-rovi BI1U .ipiin. sepuo-
WANTED-SIXUATION By a U&flo
do chamber or dining-room work; no objec
tion to traveling or general nottsekoepiug. Call at
No. 2s Broadway, east sido, third floor, fii mil" for
KB1ILY WAR. ..pl3b
ANTED PAINTERS 0' ,
good journeymen painter
'Tuesday) MottMNO, at U v,,.,,,"?, XUI,8
DAVIS, No. 7i West Tlli"' tp'l'.ut i;P of AV. t..
f ween Walnut and Vlo -Street, north side, ho.
wanted THIS
annll.l
,W'D"-Mi:"N-Situation8 "for oferki",
niaclninl--" :K"'eJ?' "iMnvn, porters, coopers.
Bt-ati" .', 4" .MsrrhantH and others Burpee
EI" , cl?rk "r Partner with IrrVn. A,,
!-han':c.l!.f?rJu'itt w'thlito or small capi
ta.. Apply tu HALK 4 TO., Merchants' Clerks'
HgistryOnio,Wi WostrUstreet. sepl'la
" ANTliOi! ELP - TwetylwraotWo
Frt"aSf '1"' c.l"n"rmHld, dintng-room girls,
iSST h'" W0'1''!1 no well to Iwar in mitidthat
"n ATfWtf1": ,h.nu tl,Kf f ny other offlro
i Cincinnati Merchants, and others wljMne; V
fr'o help, can bo supplii-d on sliort nottco. We. nuko
.Kochariro for furnishing help within rtarfry limlta.
',L"J?t? fr ltl, addreased to M General Inrortu
a tlon Office, No. 3S, Westmn-row, will be promptly
attended to. .Servants seeking employment will find
our terms suitable to the times. We practice no da!
VM1' "' ,Vo ui,Z ""lif?otieii to nil parties or ehnrgo
WANTED-GIRL-A good girl to do
WwS2 pei LwceU S a"pl2b
VANr-8ITUATI0N-Inndo".
n,.n, '! grocery or adry goods lioiwe, by a young
ninu from the country. Addnim "K.,'' Box 2,991.
sepljb'l
T ANTED SHOEMAKERS On
women' reigod work. ArplyatWJ Wmnut.
t nwt, up , intra. Kplb
WANTED B0Yor6lRL Aboy or"gi7l
from twelve to sixteen yenraof ngn, totrawl,
ibntcari slu comic pleues and play on Home llht Itt
jli umetit. Uood wanes given and all expcflKm nalil.
'PoiOill particular call tit 25 Kast Kourth-ntl'eftT In.
A N X ED S E VV IN (1 MAClflNEA
tjlimer's Sewing Mnclilno to rent. Irumlro
Ht old postolllce hulldlug, No. 7. seplv".!
XANTED OIRL-A neat GeTman "gift
w to nurse a balw. Apply ut KM Klghthnttuet.
XT AN T EDTON YA ' Pnot n i or Rani,:
m iny I'onyoramall hone. Address W. at this
'njj't''av''tn'l"g plnre. ug- mid pri'-e. wplj.li'
VANTED- SITUATION IlTT' young
married vpmiin, aitiiation as wnt nuiso. to
travel or take a rhl Id lioini'. Apply at i:t Went eV.
entli-atreot, to Mrs. D. HTKYBV: VVwn'
'WAN'rEI)-A Ul of '"rh9 Ulau'inCaTi
Daily Sun," from May I, W, to OHobcr 1, '53.
Inpiiire at this oflie. sunWw
WANTED SITUATIONH.By a T0UDR
IndyfromtlieKwat, Ina family or school to
teach Instrumental and vocal niunie. ,,r anHtner
br-tich; has no objection to goln nntli Tlw,l,nt
reference given us to cap "J,1It' 80.VBrlnfS S
Aildrees S. f .. tills office. Mpef " '
-olTUATIOxV AYo'ungla.ly
KrtAl Imp- rfmiiiiou in sunieuoiise as aiMaiitlll.
F.Ii . - copyNt or as clerk in a dry goods or
tancy rnrHi . Address M l&d FRANK.Box M, tlolum.
Ohio. sep7-aw
WANTED AGENTS To sell a desirable
work just published. "Julian ' Interest
Tallies," containing nccu'Htocalc'UlKtlonsol Interest
at , s, 7, li, and hi pr cent., both simple und rmu
liouud, on all sums from ono cent to$lO,t, and from
onoday to six years. A rare opportunity to umkii
money in the sals of Ibis new, rhoup and useful
rork. For rurtlier information as to surt.es, testi
rnony In its f,ynr, and terms, iiddreHsistaniu inclosed,)
M' apply to J. HAZARD HAVI.s,427 i'lfth-elreol.
scp2-anit
LOST.
OST STUD PIN A small stud pin, with
- a wUito set. The finder will bo suitnblv re
warded by leaving It at Lal'leru House, Fifth aud
(Vesteru-row. npi2b
FOR RENT.
YORliNT-UOUSE pa7t
of liouselU West Fourth. street, neorlyoppo
sile the I'ojtulllc. cuntnining 1! good rooms and 2
R'lira. Including dining-room and kitchen, 'lobe
let singly or ull 10 one tonunt. lions in good re.
ralr, with broad hall, bath-room and wnter-clotut,
A desirable lucation for nenuuts or Daitnerrlesa
lotms. Apply to C. T. JKSSIU', 102 Fourth-slrtet.
ihpplSawij
FOR RENT-ROOMS Front office and
second Hour of No. 22 trout-street, between
31aln aud Walnut. seplShf
FOR SALE.
FOR BALE CANAL-BOAT JAMES
ItUSHKHTY For sale cheap for ensh, as she
now lies In tlie Umiii, nt Broadway, Apply to A.
SPAK'I H, Miami lee-iiouie, at Basiu, or feed store
vomer llroartaay nnil llunt-streeta. sopllf.b'
BjOK BALK HOUSE AND LOT A good
SO brirk bonne, with ten rooms and good tois
room, with awori-sited lot, on tho soutli-ivoat cor
ner of Uetts and Cutter-streets, for mle at a bitrnin.
Inquire of K.0.U1LL, att' ruey at Law, luirtb-west
corner of Eighth and lilsin streets. epl2l
F
OR SALE DINING SALOON Tiie old
and well-estnbllnheil liming Snlcon. nt No. 8
East Fon th streot, having seventy-five prompt pay-
ing boarders, and a good transinnt trade.
joriuriner
particiiiarainquiro on ine promiaei
seplJb
FOR SALE BILLIARD TABLES Three
(irat-clsss marble-top Billiard Tables, J. M.
Brunswick & Brothers make. For particulars in
quire at tbe Caledouhm Slmdos, No. l'JU iue-strcet,
lsep9.awJ
OR8ALE OR EXCHANGE A Ken
tucky Klver Bottom Farm of &k) acres, about
;i00 cleared and under fenco: anew house of II rooms;
lnrgoliarn.'iO by itioet, and all the conveniencesof a
tlral-cliiss farm. It will lie sold on long time or ex
cbunged for city property. Address J. M., care of
O. . BALL 4 Co., 35 Main-street. sep'J-a"
BOARDING.
BOARDING Two gentlemen can be no
commodsted with a pleasant front room and
hoard, In a piivsto family, where there are a lew
boarders, at No 1ii7 Iiongworth-street, between Kl in
and i'lnm. Terms moderate. api;ib
WECHAJVICS' FAIll.
fBHE UNRIVALED SMOKE-CONSUM-JL
ING COAL COOKINQ STOVE, ITdE
ALLIGATOR,
SIX SIZES,
Now being aihlhlted. The largest assorlnient of
auy establishment in tho Western country. .
For sole by tho lu von tors and Manufacturers,
ADAMS & PECKOVER,
KOVELTT IBON FOUNBEBY,
ep5-ev 333 Fou: th-ntreet, nenr Smith.
Q. W. HAWE3
KENTUCKY STATE GAZETTEER
AND
nitslnefg Directory for 1889 and '((),
' Jl'ST I8SUKD.
BUSINESS MEN WILL FIND THIS
one of the most comploto State Directories yet
published In the Western Htates, containing as It
tln-s. eighty thousand business men's names, and
giving their location, business, 4c. Price 83 .10.
For tale at C'lllIItCII'H
t.P? -aw Postolllce Stand, Fostofllre Building,
ROCERIES. PUBE RIO, JAVA AND
Mocha Oolfoea, cholco New Orleans Bugnr,
(ioldeii Sirup, Sngar-honso and New Orleans llo
lnssoe, choice (Jrieu and Black Teas, together with
every other article usually kspt in a FlltST (JLA tl
(1BOCKKY, In store and for .ale at low prices, and
ilflivored tew of charge to auy part .of (ho city, by
. J. FKK0U.SON, Grocer,
' Ceraor Kin th and viae,
THE PEBSS.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER l'J
WANTS! WANTS!!
Ir ron want a aery ant, advertise in
TUB PENNY PRESS
Ir you want a house, advertise in
THE PENNY PKHS8.
Ir yon want to sell anything, advertise In
THE PENNY PRESS.
If you want to buy anything, stlvBrtlse lu
TUB PENNY PRESS,
la fact, every want supplied by advertising In
THE PB.XXY PRESS.
EPITOME—AUCTION SALES.
KfKT. V',r-iIAMf' Sale-rooms S3 and 21 T!nst
Ihird-slreef.-Tuwday mnrult.g, September 13, at
((o'clock. Void Cm-pets, 4c. Meendvf
CITY MATTERS.
Meteorological observations for the
Pbxict PE83, by Henry Ware, Optician, No.
7 West Fourth-street, September 12, 185S.
O'clock. Barometor. ' TierlJiUrliskav
7 A. M 29 -M ,r
12 M 5?
6 P. ,.,,, f .o
. -t VI
Tha following ia u list of lettora de
tained for non-payment of iiosUtpro at the
rostoffioe, in this city, September 1U:
C. V. Doltrlch, Canton, Ohio.
Mrs. John J, Mnllins, Maysvllls, kettttl' k'.
Sauison Ds.ndshaw, Meson. oMo.
,k k l u' t'..'- SeptmluT II;
W. E. J. B;iidlr, New Yui-k, Now York.
JnlfJ f'ai.alli;. Font-, llrbana, Ohio.
B. li. Nililnck ('o., Ml. Pleasant, Indiana.
isiwio Ferris Son. Walnut Hills, Ohio.
A. J. Mills A Co . Cnmdeii Hhio.
Itichard Iteilly, St. Louis, JlUsouri.
r itoatrick Rili'n,- Win..),. I...H.....
Jlaittr Oco. V. Lewi,, lliiltini'jrp. T rr-f ,i'n '.
It. I . BuirU, LoiilsrlMi-. Ke''t'"-k .
Hackoatiw A Alb , Katiila, Ohio.
MiJU.ttte C. .ilarldo, Biirllugtou, low
W.Blnl. Philadelphia, Ph.
Richard Keillv. St. Loni. M,i.
ptonibor I'.'
a.
m. (1. Noble, St. Louis, Ho.
Mrs. fcve Leeds, Kokonio, Iud.
Mary or Anna Both, Pittsburg, Ta.
W.I,. Kilter, Louiavllln, hy.
Nathan Levy, LouifVille, Ky.
Thomas Lewis. fhort frock, 0.
Simon Aoddeckor, St. Lunis, ill.,.
0" An Individual, whosa hatrju stlp
pressbelieving his stilteincnt to bo true wag
tried In the Police Court, yesterday, on a
oharge ol dlsordorly conduct. Ho stated to
the Court that he wns a resident of Chicago;
that he camo to this city some days since to
seek employment at layipg brick; that he was
a member of the JVlethodist Episcopat Church
at Chicago, and previous to IcAvltig home had
taken his letter from tho church, t ut on ar
riving la tilts city he failed to deposit it; that
h5 formed associations bare which led him
astray; that he got drunk, and that w'lile in
that state ho did, he knew not what. He
wept bitterly and begged hard to be let off
not so much for his own snka as for the feel
ings of his wile and two little children, who
were in Chicago, and dopondiog on Ms labor
lor support. Ha was discharged by the Court
and promised to do better. What a loeson is
contained in this man's statoment.
A ltBPBEKMTATIVK M.N. AtUOUg tho OClob-
rities who go abroad, tho practical gardener is
tho man of worth for properly observing, and
availing us who stay at home with tbe im
provements noticed while abroad. Commend
ui, then, to tbe producer ; to tho honoy-bee
which goes to foreign fields, to tho flower gar
dens far away, and returns laden with honey
for the hive at home. Alr.,lohnSayers, Chair
man of .he Council of the CinciDutiti Horticul
tural Society, is about to sail to Europo, and
will in a fow months roturn, profited by the
experience of his visits as a gardener. Tbe
Eociety declined to accopt his resignation, ten
dered on Saturday last. Mr. J . S. Cook in to
act as Chairman pro Um,
School Ckxri.'.-i. The ennniertitiuu of pupils
of Rchoolno within tbe i ity limits is to bo
intrusted to thu following named cetistis
takcrs, who aro requested to meet tho rjitper
intendunt of SchoolH ut his oiiico thU nun ning
at uiuo o'clock, viz: District 1, Francis
ISuggej 2, Jamea Parker, Or.;;!, John II. Hel
ium; 4, George C. Spe.egol; 5, Ed. W. Hedges;
t), Richard Ayres; .Robert 1". Adams; ri,
Stephen 1. Jlassoy; I), Hermann II. Kuschig;
10, C. Ci. A. Willi-y: 11, Charles 1 "vVierunr;
12, Samuel L. Ilaydon; Yi, C. L. Neal. Mt.
Auburn, Jamos 0. Horton. Tho compensa
tion is ono aud-a-half cents for nanio of each
child returned.
Funny Man Auout. Just read the following
from yesterday's 'Jimo;
"Why is tho Psnny Pinsa like an unfledged
bird? Becauto it orieschoepl (cheap) and is
called well, (Caldwell.)
"Why does the Democratic party love Doug
las? Bocauso a "little Dug" is better than no
ton 1"
The author of the above should l e provided
with a season ticket to the "Widows' Homo, or
becompelicd to ride the Gihuon iionso terrapin
three times around tbe Cinoinnati Trotting
Park standing on his baud. Uiro himalittlo
cold "wit"-als I
29 John Finscy is a stranger in tho city,
and not need to city ways. John was ar
raigned before Mayor Bishop yesterday and
plead guilty to the charge of being drunk. He
looked upon the wbolo mutter as a rich joke,
and informed the court that it was hie first ap
pearance in the Police Court, and bis second
trip to the city; and if His Honor would just
lot him oil' this) timo be would nevor get drunk
again. He was discharged on payment of
costs, and left the court-room highly pleased.
He took particular pains to inform His Honor
that he believed him a "gintleinan anil a nobleman."
jfTiS" One of tho most accommodating
'Squires, porhaps, in this city is J. J . McFall.
A bill was presented him yesterday for $14 50.
The 'Siiuire said it was out of his power to pay
It at present. Tho claimant threatened to sue.
'Squire John had no objections, and offered to
try the case himself. All parties were agreed,
and the ease was set for day after to-morrow,
(Thursday) at nine o'clock, when 'Squire John
will doal with himself according to tho law,
and, we presume, tbe custom of his Court.
j?r-f Mr. Frederick Pheiffer has leased for a
term of years Frey's Ilutnl, situated on Main
street, nenr the oanal. Our friend Dr. A. Al
exander, for some timo past looal editor of the
daily Volhfrnmd, presides at the Clerk's desk.
A lirst-olass German hotel is much desired in
this oity, and we doubt not but that Frcy'g
Hotel is now in proper hands to make it such.
TNotwithstanding the impression that
M'lle Edtelle Esmondo could not be induced
to appear at a ten-cent show, wo had tho
pleasure of witnoseing her first appenranco in
this oity, at the i'alace Harden, last evening.
She is an aocomplishei dansensn, and was
greeted with rapturous applause. She appears
again this eveniog.
School Board Last Night. Appropriations
ordered. Insurance on Mechanics' Institute
$100. Printing annual roport $250. Tho re
port on night schoul was olt'erod, whioh will 03
discussed next Monday night. Resignation
Miss Julia Heddiug, First District. Appoint
ments Miss Elonor Kellogg to above vacancy,
and Mrs. A. Sampson to tho Eighth District.
A Runaway. Yestorday afternoon two
hones, bitched with their heads tos wagon, on
Fifth-street, took fright and ran backwards to
Walnut, dragging the vehicle at'tor them, till
they reached the eorner of Walnut, where they
were stopped. But littlo damage was dona.
jE?rAn Irishnisn, uamod Collins, foil down
in a lit on Eust Fourth-street, botwoon Broad
wuy and Sycamore, yesterday morning, se
verely bruising his face.
Joseph Belt wn nrrested In the Thir
teenth Ward Inst evening for insulting ladios
on the street.
INKLINGS.
Frank Southall the notorious Frank, of
famous Buoktown was brought before tbe
Police Court, yesterday, upon three obarges of
assault and battery. Frank, when asked if
guilty, replied that he was, Inasmuch as tbe
officers would swear to enongb to convict hint.
He was sent to the County Jail ten days on
each oharge,
Two men, name! Weaver and Decker,
charged Philip Benso, In the Police Court, yes
terday, with disorderly conduct. liense was
acquit lid, when he charged Weaver and
Docker with assault and battery. They were
found guilty and fined $10 and costs each.
Georgo Truss and John lear? were arrested
yeilorday, cbargol with robbing the money
drawer of a grotarymsn in the Eighth Ward.
They will bo triod to-dy.
A woman nsnied Bridget Slu&Arty. tot aa
Bsaulting Mrs. Fines to f.istor-in-law
was eomraittiad Ut the City Prison yesterday
fcf tSe term of ten days.
The charge of burglary aainst tester Long
was dismissed in (lie Police Court Yesterday.
.,. fiore ihlay, one of the Clark gang of ju
Venile pickpockets, wai fnt to the City Prison
by the Police Judge yesterday for the term of
thhty days. He was proven as a. vagrant.
A colored individual named Crawford Jones
was son t to his old quarters iu the City Prison
yesterday for sixty dajs. The charge against
Jones was disorderly conduct.
A sptbndid 'kth'' was mado at a billiard
saloon tho other evening, by a promising young
amateur. After playing and losing six games,
he rao out of the room without paying for
them a "run" which utartled the good-natured
proprietor.
, His Honor; f'.jor iboj, Liis been elected
one of the Trustees of Bethany College , Vir
ginia. One of the most prominent charges in tho
Police Court at the prosent time is that of
"carrying concealed weapons." . .
The Fair of the Highland County Agricul
tural Society will oommenco at llillsboro1, the
27th of the present month.
By referenco to an advertisement in another
column, it will be seen that persons can Visit
the Hamilton County Fair at Carthage by the
Cincinnati, Hamilton A Dayton Railroad. The
Fair commences to-morrow.
A handsome promenade of one hundred and
eighty feet has beon arranged ia the eadt room
of Pike's Opera-tionse, for tho accommodation
of thoso who visit the Mechanics' Fair.
p&" Don't fall when visiting the Mechan
ics' Fair to call on Mr. Edward S. Bartlett,
the natiounl card-writer, and leave orders for
visiting, address or wedding oards.
fl8 The monster two-faoed giant will be
on exhibition at tbe Mechanics' Fair this
evening. Look out for Tom Thumb to-morrow
evening.
Another match comes oft" over the Cincinnati
Trotting Park day after to-morrow.
Jt-fl City Council will meet to morrow evening.
:jlt'l a meeting ot' tho Opposition, held
til thrir head-quarters last evening, n com
mittee, consisting of two hundred, was ap
pointed to make tho ticcssttrv preparations
for tho reception of Hon. Abraham Lincoln,
who is expected to be in this city and ad
dress tho pcotile next Saturday evening.
gS A couple of prisoners confined in the
County Jail, named Ncely and Walton, made
a tlesporato attempt to escape yostorday. Thoy
were detected in the act of sawing tho bars
with a hacked caso-knifo. For their trouble
thoy roceived the benefit of tho "bracelets."
Andy J. Eloom, who artistically takes
off tbo heads of people, has in charge the Cen
tral Gollery, corner Western-row and Fifth
street. We can recommend him.
jJEJTTho Hammond-street Station-house
keepers nll'er a reward of $10 for the detec
tion of tho person or persons who abstract
the daily papers from their files.
;PGo to Pal are (iarden to-night and see
M'lle Estelle do Esmondc, Id her celebrated
dunceB.
AMUSEMENTS.
Wood's Tukatrk. A large bouse was pres
ent hut ntc,ht to witness theJStar Sisters, Helen and
Lucille, In satax ik PauisiuhI (Ji ll Female Amf.bi
can ' oi'min. They are truly actres -cs of merit, and
Ui iidinil til peifornHiu-o ol Aliss Lucille as h 16 H
tHiiio Jl iieaty eiiiialto tiny pluyr in that particular
role. Miss Helen liethn "'t,UI,v (;,,u j" W:1S
heretoforu, au excellent artistic effort. To-night
will be presented tho drama entitled Kiinvst Sli,
tuavkrs, iunhicb Miss Lucille will pnrsouato "Alice
lixrvide " The afterpiece is Ouu KniAii! Amukican
t.'ntNis. Great pntp aa. ions aro beine nia lo for tho
ntl'iT oT Miss Mnrion 11. (!i:ioo,ayoiuig lady hand
Homo iu appi-aranc, of a relined nature and cult mi
tedniiml. With these merits iu her favor, we doubt
not liie access of tho fair iikkutsnts. lie play se
leeled f..r tho occisien, wliich will take placo on
Tuesday eveninR next, is Lovi:, In which Miss Oropo
will Mttompt the "L'uuntei.8." We wish tho fulr ludy
auccees iu her liist appcaruuee.
1'ai.ace Oap.dkn. Tho present mnnager of
the tJardca is determines not to lie behind in sup
plying tho public's want of amusvinen's. To liisul
ready popular uti ructions, iiu ho secured H'llo Ks
telle Ksmondu slid tbo world-known Linciunati la
vorite. Polo Uoriis. With tUoso artUts tbo Palace
(Iarden innnaaoi' will meet with siicci is. Go ulid
sec them to-night.
Pikr's OrxRA-unvsR. A fine andlecoe ae
snmhled last iiiebt at tbo Opera-honsn to welcome
thuso marvelous little performers. I lie Marsh Tronpo.
The bi-Hiitiful fairy spcctai-e of Cinhrukm.a was
linely put ujvtn the staae, and rendered in all its
pa ts with very decided aa'bfaetlon. Uut thatirre
sistalilv comic yeiinster. Muster tieorge, fairly took
tho house by storm in bis siilo-splltting rendition of
tho lo-fuddledTooDt.FS. To-nisht another (Trent bill
tbo cm ud romanticdramaof tlie Laiivoptmk Lakk.
a musical inelanse, daucinir ami the droll farcoof
My tNKtmuioits wiFr!. llie eiiKiieemeiit 01 thoso
talented children dots not extend beyond this weeh.
Therefore let all who deslcn treating thu little ones
to a visit li'. all llielubi'lvcs of the present oppor-
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
CitnilMAL Sidk. TheStatew. Jesse Phillips.
The indictment churned the defendant with stenlinR
n maroon the Iftli of AiiRiist, the property of J. '.
Wright, nt lllount Pleasant. James illawson, im.
pleaded with Phillips, put ill a plea of guilty. Thn
trial of the other defendant was called, but In tbo
ubHonce of wituosses hud to be laid over until this
day.
A large number of applicants for citizenship were
ndmi'ted III Ibis Court.
In Itooin No. 1, civil liunlnesi will bo resumed by
Judge Million, on thii day, t'l'iienluy.)
Eighteen witnessca were sworn to go beforo the
Orini'l Jury. The total number now sworn is three
hundred aud ninety-lour.
PROBATE COURT.
Tho assignee of It. Slcrrit filed a bund in the
sum of tea thousand dollars.
I ii I he ease ut Keys, Slid thy .V t'o. vs. Layman and
Others, the Court issued an order of attachment.
Prances Kroeiunn was appointed guardittii of the
person of Lir.zio Freeman bond Sine.
Several applicants for citizenship were admitted.
COVINGTON NEWS.
rAny romninnii'iitiuns from our frioiuls will be
thankfully received. Address " Press Keportor,"
Box I'l Covington, Ky.l
CutcrtiT Covet. This tribunal commenced
its session yesterday morning, Judge Moore prod
ding. Tho great leuture of the day wns the charge
to;the (iruiiil .1 ill y. ilis Honor was forcible, dwell
ing upon the Koneral duty ol'grand jurors to searcli
out criminals and brhr thoiu to justice. Then re
fering to such crimes as reipiire aspeclnl cliargi., and
particularly gituibliiiK, bo n-niarked with emphasis
upon its immorality, lio rcnulivd tho Grand Jury
to miike diligent iniiuiry, in order to uncertain not
only who were itctnal gamblers, but such persons as
kept giimhliuK-hoiisusaiidgiiiiililing-Ulilus. Betting
on elections wns chanicteri.ed as one of the worst
features of gaming, because it uus uut i nly a matter
of bnisard, but its tendency was to corrupt electors.
Persons who bet will bo led to strain every narvo, and
try every means, even though dishonest, to carry
their p iiul that they iniiy win. The charge was an
able one. and was listened to with grout attention
not only by the iurors. but by tho bar and spectators.
If crime is not puuUhed in this county it will not
he tho t'ii H 1 1
it oi inc. i
Judge,
)PS A teamster, named R. Bliok, upset
wuunn containing seventy sacks of wheat, the prop
erty of John Todd, while leaving llie ferry-boal ou
tho Cincinnati side. leslenUv afternoon, the wagon
and Its contents falling into the river. The dauutgo
to the wheat Is emulated at lfil. .
County Court. Tho regular session of the
County Court was held yesterday. No buslners of
Importance! transacted.
Pouch Cornr. Aa m usually tho caseun
Mondays, the Police I'ourt bad a jkmI amnuit id
hulne4s liffuro it vrsO'nlav nii.r.iiiic. .Miranda
Johlia, vbo thought flavor llawliiu . f M,.p.ut,
somewhat hard on her, removed to this rilv, but for-
getting to Iickd luber, and di-tii'-iin burs.-ll nrdyrl),
was aoiit to jail for twenty day. on broad and water
lor vaitr ucy. John Itutsford. for dninkentuMS,
Jned :' 7" Georae Flsh-i. fur W: nlt"!n?, lined
$4 11 Williaui Clmtubeis. for iic,rd rl conduct
and''mukiiiziiigbthiltious,''iiidl?. ,'ulm Thorn-
ton, for raiding a fl.e aloim ot tire, and ut Lor elisor-
Ucrlj actions, was lined 812 to.
.' XiT The dust in innny of the sheets is
almost intolerable. Tbui iin d.,1 . unu ..,.i
the effort is hardly p.jri-i.v,ii! u,,w. , portion of
tbe-treets are we'l mr ul.,l i,,.. ilun-ij
, ,, C, Ull .llt'lU.
the river.'
Why not sprinkle SuM street to
NEWPORT NEWS.
I lstiiKrsnHrtiie tiAvnrt I -if flip h ta flti'l f stum iiiiiri,
ti-jhi. d.lrfRu tu (lid Uufortt.," ItuxM.will
"KEjni-ck-7 Tuils-iui,CAufi"vs. tt "Ex-
t'KLSIOR,' OFt7lN('INSATI Some fc UlUlll h lif.'O C
eideriibic rivalry existed between the ' ove-nHiut'iT
clubsfor tin) ol'am pion i liip. Tie "KxuLiorii," all of
wiioni aro very oii'vorynuiiir men, pntcliced In T;iy-
lor's fiobl. near ricupurt. lor bono) tune lofre tho
birth of tlii)"KutuiUytjluli." .Tim yaing moo of
KoMiunrt liad forluerU . ilnriiiif tho dull season, or-
gani.ed tlisniselvcs Into n hml club,. but at the tiiuu
the "Kacflaiors" wont Into pi'actllo, wlmt is no'
known as tlie"Ki'Utu.-ky t'lub" aHMi.-1:--r. They had
not previously adopted liny name, but upon thoiTor
ganizHtlon to compete with tho "kxcehi'or" thoy
causod ilieni!ii.vi'S io lie l,uoii fts tbe "Kentucky
Town-ball I ill'," so that the two clubs might be dia
titignislieiifrnm each tlicr.
At Ion M tli tho duy nrrivtd for the first tnati b lie
Iwecn the two clubs i iho;;;uno wan ployed and the
KctitiK'kianswent dnu. It wa.1 u-rteil they lull
hanl-but fall they did. A'othiiiKhiuii,ed, however,
they accepti.d a cbulieutfe from llie 'K.xoohior,' a
cln.ft Nino nficrrnrd, ami phi' od fur a pri:'." hat and
ball. This time tliei dl'!!!'ttodoi; It was vice vormi;
the "Kxrelsiora" wer roiilid. J! it lliey were not
to be put down, and Hccopted a chullcbR froii'i tito
"Koutucky" i lub, and won bai k the prize bat mid
hall, siiiiil tbe rhoers of a iarce crowd of P'-":'atoi's.
Auotlier chal'eiixo m-s"d, and nuotlioi match was
played; and the champion but and ball ivhi uaiu
the propi?rtyortb"Ktiiitiicky".cliili mid with tlieui
it has lotiiuinod utitotli!1 pn-seut tine. They can be
seen on tlie forry-iioat Newport Belli'. A few ilavs
ninco tho ''Ki'iitiu ky" rluh iwned a cliiilletwii to tho
whole wiirlii lorn niatrh mime, Wnyestonbty staled
that the "Kxcelsiiiw" bud accepted the clialleiiKe,
nitil upon fcuod aulliority, too, but tin; Nou pvt l club
has not aj yet received unites of the runic. We um
now authnrizsd by the President of the "Kentucky
Town -ball Ulub," to any that they have not received
anyocceptaiiroof their cliallrnus from the "Kveel
slor Ulub. of dlm-lnnnti," but they, tho "Koli-tnclies,"ai-o
williiiir to meet thn "Kxcelsioni" in a
match lor a champion but end hall, silver pitcher,
or any other trophy of skill, provided the match lio
played on or before the M ibiy of Oclobor next. It
appears it ia nay or play. Wo would lllio to K'l) tho
match brought about.
ADtrtctt Wedmxo. A couple of lovors of
Teutonic rxtractl'm were ftnltcd in tlieholy lunula of
nmtrimom- last .sittutJay evonins in Ibis city. .
numlior of Invited guests were present, who partook
frnolvof latter or some other inuuieiit lwerno until
they'licoauio sllshtly excited, tiiotr spirits lisliur just
as another species of spirits went down. A sort of
general me lee w.ls the consequence, ami a number of
them wore brou'ht tip lieliiro Just. Sines yesterdny
afternoon, ehaini'd witli tilsopjerly cundiut. Tho
affair was finally compromised by common connent.
This was certainly nil innmpirlnus lipglnuiiitt for a
newly married cmipln, but It Is to lie hoped that tbe
uni aiiiiKi, u iiii'i in iiiiii tis avw" . iiucis,
will hold good iu this ciuo.
Fot.ics Col'rt YnsTKPnAV. John Johnson,
for drimkeniiesH. whs lined $1 and cots Win. Scott,
for aliiistnx his family, was fined and ousts. Poor
William; he tluniulit itii linnl ci-o llint tbo law ive
ths otneii all tbe udriiiitai;e. Ho reKrelo'l oxcei il
iniily Unit tbe"laws vvuau tils thoy used towas,''
when men had a rli;ht to do ss they pleased,
Lot Sales. The lot sales of Fcarons.t Helm
chuii" of yesterday, mid ilfcodt 0 lnr.cn were dlsposod
of at prices varyiui from ten dollars to twenty-two
dollars per foot. 1 lie lots vero adjurciit to the M' lt
I, ,iv. uti , ivei'A friini seventy to one h ll ml red feet deen.
.luiipo Ih'S'l piiri.'hasedfoits'-l'oiii liet byoiio hiindruil
and tovrli fret deep, at iJO "i per front loot,
jEirThe teachers and scholars of the Goruian
Catholic rtehonls mnrched in pron snb.ii from t lieir
respectlvo School-liousos to too tiilil-fellnrr Hall, in
Oiviimlon, vosterday, to enjoy themselves by imped
ing thn works of curiosity and beauty on inhibition
at'thiit plaee. Ilicy iiuinbered ubout two hundred
in all.
:pt3T Tho examination of applicants for the
poiit in our school mado vacant by the resignation of
flliss HiiKlisli took pluce on tutui-ilsy last. A selec
tiou treat among thvm villi bo niailo thisoveniiiK.
:3"llev. Loronzo D. Houston, of jyarhvillo,
fircsched in the 31 r thodiet episcopal ( !iur.b,en Tay-or-street,
on Sunduy cifliins lust.
MONETARY.
MONDAY, September 12-3 P. M.
iiiorn so
thou is generally the rose on lotiday. The discount
houses continue to iliishort-tlnlo business Pajiorl'iir
tboir legubir deiiositors at low.il; per colli. Very
tew transactions in oiilNide Pilfer, tho rule beiu lj
(ifl, Ulid even SOplI cent.
Exchange Uriu at 'j picniimii scllius rate; Ijiiyliis
at cents.
fluid dull at ;iOiij:j cents buying; selling al iu rents
(iiH premium.
No change iu Vnrurrcnt Hbuiey, but Illinois is
getting heavy at 1 raT cent. iliconut. Some of the
banks aro in favor of a higher rato of discount on
this hind ot currency.
KO alteration to report In Laud Warruuts.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
MONDAY EVENING, September 12, 1859.
TLOUU The market presented no new feature to
day; the demand wns cliiefly local, and tho -ales rou
tined to extra ohieUv. The transactions add up I,?n0
brla. at Sl iX'iiiil -111 for tuporhuc, and St ill to Si i'ur
extra.
W'U ISKY The uiarkot is uiichniiqcd. Sides of '.'00
brls. at 23S.(.l'iic.. the latter rule 'or wagon.
P ItOVISIONS The luai ket vins easier for llac n
mill bulk Meats, but nut ii:otu!il- lowr. 'S hluK
.Shoulders sold at TWc; sumo bulk Shoulders, packed,
ntfi'tc , anil.t-'sitirls. mess Pork at 3' I Laidis gen
erally ho dot m'lle., with liiij ers at 111)40.
(JI((ICKIUES-A co.-iiinui'd fair iU-iimt'd for Sugar,
with sales of 11.1 beds, at 6.11(7 :Vic ,'j brls. Molasses
sjbl at 3.'c. CollV.o uni'b 'iig. d, and st.oidy.
WUBAT TI10 niai'Uct a stculy and unclinngeil.
Tho receipts arc light, and nltouf. iquiil totlis locsl
demand. Sales am bushels H-md red nt9jc.; am do,
fulr while ut El: " do. good do. at ;1 tio; aud 1,-ui)
do. prime do. at $1 10.
C()lt The uiarkot U steady inn, prices are un
changed. W'e quote fair mixed at 7if&7ic
II A good, demand, and the uiarkot is II nu at
?3'74e.
UAULEY No traiisactioiis of I'onseijtienco in this
article. We ijuole prices nomiiiel at ii.V-7(k
UATS-Salos 1,400 bushels, at depot, a t ;I7 Mar
kot dull.
Steamboat Register.
Abrivai.s Sunday Boston, Louisville; Fair)'
Queen, Jlayaville. Monday ll'.'liauee, Jlarietta;
l:mliiie, Poiueriiy; Eib'ti 1,'rav, Kanawha; Snpoiior,
Louisville; Pai-korsl'iirg, ?Ia(lisou.
li;PAitTt ats Siuulav Uosion, Louisville. 31 on
daj Siteerior, Louisvilb : F.ilry llii'-pn, Maysvillo;
l'lirkei'sbiirg, Madison; rndine, fort.sni"utli; Jle
tlom, White and Itlack Itivers.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, September 12—P. M.
Cotton Hat: sales 5110 bales, llidos ihtllniid
heavy: Ihienos Ayres 21V.1 if. Sugnr steady: Orleans
7'iic; Oliiscovado ic. Flour market heavy, nnd
lower fori hoiee, bur Una arid buoyant forcoiiiuion
grades: sales 111,1 mi brls. nt l :'njcl .',0 fur Hiiporlino
StnterSI 7o(.3 lorextra rltato; $4 2iJl.''(l for supcr
llno Vestern: 4 70(ui4 'J0 lor coinmon to good extra
Western; fc'sW.'i III lor old, nnd 8.'o 3 SO for fresh
ground slucpiug briinds; exlia round hoop Ohio
closing firm for common, but heavy lot' choice. Ca.
nuilian Flour noniiual ai.fi riil(ii:i'l'ore.v.ira. ltye Flour
dull nt $.1 'sv?l :vi. Wheat market liiu liangeil: sales
tt.OIKI bushels at SI IS lor new ml, delivered; 72c. for
old unsound Chicago Spring; $1 for wliito Cami
diun, mill tl20 for fair new red Southern. Ityo
heavy stHiei'c: sales lslo bnshtds North Itivor. to
ariive, at .s'c. ilnrloy dull: sales :i,'si(i bushels inferior
Hurley Malt.at".'c. (Jorn more plenty, and nenrei'ly
so hrm: tales !!-t,iani huslieis at lc. for unsound iuiv.cd
Western; sLYiisiifec. lor aoiuid do.; eii.'ac. for Soulliorn
yellow, mid -s7c. b'r .lors-y vollow. Oa:a iteilve at
IFKirIIc, for old anil newaut"; .V,( .l.ic. for Western,
nnd :in"liii'. fur l'anadi in. W hisky nni'hangoii: sales
L'ihi brls. at avtiis fc Puck firmer: sales I. .".no brls.nl
fiU'JM'Ah for lues; Sl.'l ,11) for lliin iness; $1 Ti&IT L'.'. for
rlcar; Sit 17 for prime, lleol dull and heavy: sales I2rs
hrl.-i. atj-.(ir 7.' tVir prime; Si'Ox7 for do. ini'ss;?s(,o
in jn for repacked Chicago, mid irllml-' tor extras,
lleel' Iliiins unlet nt tl'ie'd? .' Uncoil dull. Cut
Moats scarce aud tlrm: sales of ltd pucl.iiges at ,'ic
SbniililersS'ic. Lard (Inn: sales -l.'sj brls, at lii'if!'!
1 1. 'so. for No. I City to prime Western, HiutiT
st'adyut l.'VAI'jc. for Ohio; l.o.L'Ic. for Stat", Cinsise
Jl.m at TsWif,
[By Telegraph.]
Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, September 12.
Flour is firm at $5 12 V'- Wheat in nctive:
sales :11,110a bush., mostly at jf I 3Kf.l to Tor white, and
Sla'sji l l.i lor red. Cum active at MMiflc. lor wliito
and s.'to.sli'. lor yellow. Provisions firm: llacou
Sides lui'.; mess Pork 1.1. Ohio Whisky alio.
HOME INTEREST.
" Por iitie I'liotouinrihw, ?IeltiiiMityiii:ut
or Ambrotypos, call at tho Cenlrid Gallery, conn r of
Fifth and Western-low, iu cliaigo t'fA.B. IhooM.
Bo wa rnuts to please.
Ksr9. II. l'arvint Adverllslua Agent, No.
B) West Fourth-street.
WUfinuei-roait (inllerj, South-west cor.
rer of KlxtU aud Western-row, over Ilaiiual'ord's
Irng store. Pictures takon and put lu good cases for
twenty ceuls. Wiorniitoil 10 plense.
A. C. ST LTLB,
ATLANTIC CABLE llKSTAU RANT AND
WINK AND LAGKIl liKKll SALOON, No.
718 Western -row, Clnclnimll, Ohio.
R3 My bur is nt nil times supplied with ohoico
Liquors and Cigars, aeafiam
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" UA, X OUilU dUU V inS-BlS,
tOPl'OITETIIE P(JTOFFICE,
i. ir if i
FOR SALE, IN QUANTITIES I
I . J . c iMi
Tnie. Mnllcii.fK. r'., Ti,i.:iils. 1' .tin Is. Oil. Vd.ru
io .ii i far-rji,, I, ,.MVio-io ...-iii oi
tr.. U.ill,.i..h I lirM.ii.. k I'll,. H. Oi l. lrni. itf
I i, ,, , J , ' w. '. :v ' u.t.1,, ii !
'stent Mi'ili.
cinei, J'erloiiii'ry, Orucai'w r nicy AUicles, Dye
Stalls in.'S. Lmnuta Tuliaccos, Cigars, Alcohol,
Uuruliig fluid, Caniphenr. if
-AGENTS JTOK
Troonmer' Drnircists' sciiev;
A yer'a t'torry Ho. c.nil , l'il,Ac;
Ji'ielhiud'tii: ormiiti hitlers;
IV, c hnve's ll'illai'd Hitters;
I'hiUitM'rt tlotih Siiup. Liniment, Ac,;
Keith s Ifesi tii'ids, Alkahiitls, ilc;
Til.len A Tlnrer's Hxlmcts!
isurw oud'e 1 ineiiire Ver.it. Vcride, Ac.
t's.pl2c!
Norwood's Tiacturo Verat, Veride.
WE HAVE JEIST KKCEIVED ON CON
WKJ.VJlFNr, an invoice of Norwood's Tine-'
lure Vprnt. Veride. r'r' side to f ho trade at manu
facturers' prices. SL'IltK, KC.KHTK1S A CO.,
sepK'-o Opposite, thtj'ostotfica.
Cordial EMifoFWilcl Cherry Bark.
rg1HI8 E L I X I It IS SURPASSINGLY
A. aitreenble to the tosle, and ctiiitaius all the act
ive principles of Wild Oherry IJaik iu n high stale
ol perfect iou, romldncil Willi soverul grateful aro
tott.'i. Jr is n most valuable ss well as a pleasant
medium!, iuiitin;i with its tonic powers tlie import
ant property of calming N'ervous irritation and Kx
cftability, mil is a roost rrtective itrengt lienor and
Itestorativo, iiihnirablv udapteit til llie trHalllierit of
beliility of tbe -i inach, Impaired lliges'ion, Weak
and Lsnsnld fbiliitis, epocilllly of women end chil
dren, Loss of App''li!.r', Ar. I'roparod and forsaleby
OUlilK, IlUKmI'i-UN & I'd.,
sepl'J-c Opposite tlie Postofflre.
Crusadert).
rilHIS IS ONE OF THE FINEST BRANDS
JL of Havana Cigar imported, and wo can recom
mend tln'iii to smokers as remarkable for their tine
flavor. 1'or sale by
SUIltE, ECKSTEIN & CO.,
8j)rl2-0 Opposite the Postolllce.
Phillips's Cough Syrup, liniment, &o.
WE HAVE MADE AN ARRANGE
MENT with Dr. Phillips by which wo are
enabled to oiler these nieilicinoo to tbe trade at his
prices. Bl'IHK, KOKSTKIS 4 CO.,
sepi-o Opposite the PostofTtoe.
EKCHAXT TAILOR, 2IIO WAI,.
MT-f'I'HKKT. iibovB Sixth, is receivings
fresh stock of Cloths, Casslnieres, Vostings and
tit-tits' Kiirnisbtiig Ootids, lie has engaged the serv
ices of an experienced and artistic Cutter, whoso
works will hear lesismoti)' tohissUill. Allaniionts
warranted to xivo sntislaction. Noptam
J. H WYNNE & CO.
Keisventful'T cnll the nttention of City nnd
l'o ii nil's .MercliunlHto their
LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK
WHITE GOODS,
SXlC-SL'ttVZ-JS,
lfOSlIiRY,
IJ LOVES
HIllItTS,
UNUKUSIIIRTS
BUAWUKS,
CRAVATS
TIBS.
AND IVERY VAK1KTY OF-
ItuT Our stock ef W00LKS UOSI-IIY is our own
muaiil'soture,
.J. E. WYNNE & CO.,
fiPI Jearl-slrcct.
"neploaw'
E.BMOVAI,.
G.C.KNIFFIN&Co.
litALURS IX-
L ADI). WHBSTER & CO.'S
vLatc Hunt, WoUtor i Co.'s.i
SEWING MACHINES,
No. G Koui tli-strcet, Clucliiuatl,
Ou the 1st of Octottr wo will remove to
No. 80 West Fourth-street,
GAZETTE WILDING.
SepIJi
43. 43. 43.
Country Merchants,
BOOKSEKLEBS,
AND DEALERS iJKXERALLY, WHO
m. arc purchasing their roll supplies of
BOOKS AUD STATI0UERY,
Will serve their own interest hy examining ourstock
bolero purcliasiug. A coin pinto usMirtment cuu bn
found In onreistiiblieliiiieut of
8TANIMIII),
MCiiimi.,
CLASSICAL,
THEll,Ot;iC'AL,
SCIKNTIFIC AND
jMiseellanoous Books,
TOIIHTUKtt WITH
Dlar.Ii and Memorauduisi Books,
OF ALL SIZKS.
Letter, Cap and Note Papers,
Envelops, niul all varieties of Staple Stationer)-.
(f ir llir. era aro invited to call and examine for
them nelves.
-APPLEGATE & CO.,
Publishers, Booksnllein, Stationers auil Blank Hook
Jlanulacliiiors, Alain-street. Hi'pl3c
HENRY DAVID, "
NO. 27S MAIN STRKKT, BJJtWEEN
blXTlI AND SMVBNTH, Mimufueturor and
linpo, tor of Soaps, Perfun.ery and Fancy Goods, has
just received, per steamer, a lot of Porto Monniaea,
Cii;ar Oases, llriishes. Comb. Perfumery, lleet' lar
roiv and Paucy Goods of all dese.riptius; also acoiu
nletoastorliuent of Handkerchlof H.vtracts, which
ho is propureu to.ell at a figure lower than any other
iloiiliTln tlie cii v. Also, received this day from New
York, it large lot of Kavid's lllue mid Black Writing
snd Murkim; inks wliich the subscriber will bo abut
to sell nt maiiufai'tttror's prices. Jobbers and re
tailers will please cull in and examiuo beforo pur
chasing ebowhoro. All kinds ot F.xtrac.ts at twenty
live cents tier Is title, lleuioniber the place, 27S Jlaiu,
street, botwi-en sixth anil Seventh. lepii
iUoney! iTIojncy! Money!
PAWNBROKER'S OFFICE.
Uciiiovoil from 5liAV"t Sixth-street.
mifOJfEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW-
J.I.SSH 1,11V
taios of inlele.it. at Ztti
173 Vliii'-strset, between
FoHi tb and Filth.
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A. v. nvuiiiMir.u. B. v, bi at mo IB.
UARRINGER & CO.,
Slanufacturcrs ot
The Celebrated Patent Combined
COOKING STOVES,
ITor M 00 D or COM,, Tho most convenient, eco
nomical and durable Oooklna Stove ever iuvoutod,
for Mteamr.oals, Hotels, Kcstuiuaiits and Private
Uoncsii. Ooo'.tliiB nud boiling water for wash aud
hath, rnoniii, iu laie iiiiaiitttk'9, in Buy mljoiniiig
apurlnieut by thu sumo fire.
WartiOtuRt), 'UT Main St., Cincinnati,
8-Kit; tils tomannfactnreandaoll these 8TOTK8
may be sue nred 011 application to the proprietors, at
their wnrerocun.. sep7
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fCTION SALE. BY H. 8. MILES
A CO.. Sato-riMinls. Nn. l MMliitrMiRtanta,
, rereries aui) tlij.NwwrH af A,ii.i,in-.Vi..illbll.
Lino iiiitrnouv, ni.iit.iic.u, opt. is, as to ClOCK,
Iiidig.i Niitmess. Castile and iTaiiey 6"aiM, Twine, -1
BtH..,inl, l)rlil I'lirianta, o. .
A LdO-ls t.bd. N. O. Su.ar; in lirls. do.; 10 brls.
t.Vuabed eo.;40 bxs. I'slni Soap: 71' do. Pemri Starchr
mats Java i.ffee: e bxs.' Cigars: Xiido.astorieH
tJasssarc; I..Mi I'll.-. 0., M. aud P.O. Stiawanil
Hag I'aper; PI b.xn. V:i. and Ky Tobicco; UI brls.
: rsi bxs. Ca.tile Hop: JS kefsCarb. Soda;
L'j Iiym. feturCaudb-s; lots. Itlrt; i;,bxa. Lemons.
..pKI H S. MILES ,V TO.. Aiii-tloneers.
AUCTION SAL E BT THOMAS
JOHNSTON, in 8s les-rooms.No.l Main-street.
,.! lrril. Prime Ih-ota ..U Slioesat Auction..
vi;i)NKSIIay Jit, KNINO, t-optoirtier U, com-
i , . . , ... j.i. . ...
Ulencllifc.' Ml io o ciui:., win ue iiui, wuuwui rowr.s,
aoveiitv-live ruses, curnnriiiiff Men's ntid Hovs' extra
Hoots, line iiriigans, Womeu'p, Misseauuil Childreu'a
blues, blippors, Ac.
si;pl2 THOMAS JOHN STOW, Auctioneer. '
A l'CTI)N SAI.K BY KELLOGG A
WILLIAMS, Sales-rooms Nob. a and 24 last
Tlnrd-Str-et.-I-nrpe Pawnbroker's sale, on account
ol K. Mayer. On TIlt'KSUAY MOUNING, Septem
i berl.i, ut j o'clonk, a largo slock of unredeemed
pledges, consisting of KM bundles of Outs' aud La
dies' Wearing Apparel, a urent variety f Gold and,
Slleur U'..l.u. i'l.uI..J tl....l..u ....,1 ,.al...l.l,.
olry c'i all kinds, (tuns, l'istols, slnsirsi and alatha
mat'.cal luttruiueiiu.and every variety of goods.
sepl2 A. Klil,L"IHi, Auctioneer.
AVl TI SALE. BY KELLOGG k
WILLIAMS, Ssle-rooms n and !4 Kast Third,
street Large sale ol Carpet", (til Paintings. Furni
ture, Looking Classes, A.C.-TUKSDAY MuBNINO,
Heittsniber L. at o'clock, rsi pes. Wool aud other
Cnrpi'ls; 1(0 oil Paintings; jo liiit Lokiug Glasses;
.'si 31ahogsny do., nssort?il; AO pairs Blankets; Coun
terpsnes, 'table Linen. Cutlery, Plated Ware, 4c,
AbslO A choice stock of Knrnitnre, Cottage Sets,
Ac; 20 Clucks, and a variety id other foods. eeplU
MJ'i'lO ! "si A Lli BY JAOOB GRAFF
"m. A CO. Large Sale of Custom-made Furniture.
Tl'KSHAY "tlCltNlMI.Scptiniberl.'l.at Do'clock. I
hereby give netice that I will otlor at Public Dale, on
Tuesday, the Uth day of .September, coitiineiicingat 9
o'clock A. jr. , a large purl ion of the liulshnd furni
ture iu thu Wareroonis of the late H. J. JOHN, rios.
21 and 23 East Fourth-street, consisting In part of
I'ai'loranil lled-room Knrnitnre, Bo k -cases, Secre
taries, Sideboards aud a general variety of plain aud
line Furniture.
To dealers who are desirous of replenishing their
stock for llie fill trade, tliey will lludtlils one of the
rare opportunities. Also, parties wishing to furnish
houses, in part or whole, will do well to give this sale
their attention. Sale positive, aud all goods war
ranted. K. COX, Adm'r t f thn Est. of 8. J. John, deo'd.
J ACOB GRAFF, AtictiolTeer,
flu. 19 Last Fourth-street.
Cincinnati, Sept. 6, IM'J. sepv
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING.
3. FRANKLAIMD,
STATIONER AND PRINTER,
Vine-street, Opposite Postoffice.
PLAIN 8c FANCY STATIONERY;
ALL KINDS OF WRITING PAPEB;
BLANK nOOKS;
Ladies' Stationery;
HOOK AND JOJf PRINTING;
Printed aud Paiuted Show Cards.
fC'Coiinlry Merchants Hiplled,jr
tseploawl
(yiOiXIIIBITION
At Pilie's Opera-IIottse.
LANE & BODLEY'S
POKTABLE
Circular Saw Mill!
L0.TIMIXA APPARATOS,
1 BAlbT OI'KtATIOS IX ' '
Machineryrepartment.
"""wholesale
139 WALNUT-STREET,
West Hide, bet. Tlilril nnd Fourth.
WE ARE NOW IN' RECEIPT OK
our FALL and WINTKIl STOCK of
HATS, CAPS,
Furs and Trimmings,
And I nv Ito a thorough examination.
W.CWIiitclier&Co.
Lsepsawj
EEMOYAL.
THE FIRM OK
8P"RAG"5JE '& CO.
WILL OPEN IN THEIR
3ffo "W Store
South-east Cor. Fourth and Vino,
THURSDAY, 8TH IIS ST.,
WITH THE
LARGEST AND
V V
I'llilTTILST stock of tloods for MEH'B
AVKAIl everolfcred in Cincinnati.
TUB STOCK Oi'
PIECE GOODS,
To make up to Measure, will be large and varied.
Wo b live a.
New Corps of Cutters,
From New York and Philadelphia, whoprofese to
understand tho art of CiittiuiJ Stylish Garments to
order.
if sT- For past favors we return many thanks, and
hope to merit futnro patronage. Truly,
SPRAGUE & CO.
sep7-tf
REMOVAL,
THE OtTICE OK
Win Sumner & Co.,
-AOKNT8 FOB . : ...
WHEELER AVraSON'S ;
SEWING MACHINES,
-IS REMOVED TO -
Pike's Opera-house Building,
7T WEST FOURTH-STREET.
Isopomvf !
JOHN H. DETERS,
IT A B H ION A B tj IS
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. 53 West Fourlh-atroet,
WISHES TO CAIil THE KSPECIAL
uttention of gontlomouto his large stock of
fall work, w hich Is now op;n for Inspect!' u. Jnst
received some now stylos Kuglisb Over-sailors. Oall
and seethrin. . . aepS
I- WWi NKSTll R ANDl KS7 irv-JOHlT
? BAT)!!) has en hand an extensive stock of fine
cherry, 1'ort, AI aderia, Claret, Champagne and Ca
nwba Wines. Also, tino Jlrnudles. .lun iilca Hum,
lio land llln and othor Liiiiiors, which he warrants)
llm amlof the beat iiuallty. For sale, National Tlie.
ter UuilOliig, Sytiamore.Htreet. . sepU

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