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WANTED,
"WANTS," FOB SAW, -, tm 108T."
VSi0"-". ""Wing V. 1U
1 .on, twenty-Are cent.
TED SITUATION A young man,
.r- ' well brought np, wmti situation In a good
.ileor retail dry gd hoiiH In Cincinnati or
icinlty; baa had Ave years' experience, andlsaiiulck
penman. Address A. L,, thii office. eplib
WANTED PUPILS FOR DKAWING
fotwhamte, w fralt and flowers. Leather
work, sketching from nature taught In twelve easy
lesson. Mr.. SewiNGION, 67 WtutrMt, be
tween Walnut and Vino. seplib
y ANTED SITUATION A young man
who ha been ncoustamed to the retail gro
eery trade wants a situation in any capacity where be
tliia office.
miimboh iiauiui, Aauieaa uuucfcitx.
eepUb
KTAN TED Those who nosd help, male or
.fem' tor city or country, to call and get
supplied with cooka, chamber niaiilx, nurse and s.w
Iiig girls, nurses for the sick and airla to travnl; also,
ulerka, porters, salesmen, mechanics, carriage driv
ers, gardeners, apprentices and errand boys. Terma
easy, and no deception practiced at my oltice, 307 Kim
mid Ninth-street, THOS. BUCHANAN, sepltb'
ANTED BOY About 15 years of age,
In a gents' furnishing atom: ona who speaks
Gorman preferred. Apply at No. 70 Weet Kiith-
sopuh
ca!t of CUu"r.Wrk- " No-89 'Mural-atrt,
west of Bound. ' ' Minth-itreet, bur door.
w
'iMirr 1
Ti Tjnwv i DnA:n . a..i.
office or t'otiyor email none. Address w. at m ts
, naming place, age mid price. seplt c
WANTED HOUSE Of 5 or 6 roomi,
with modern Improvements. Bent not to
exceed flfl per month. AUdreaa 1. 0. Box 1,IM. Pos
weaslon .September 21 . sepl.lb
WANTED SITUATION
niaker wants employment,
A eand-paper
He thoroughly
iimwrarinaa me uuemoes.
Prvta offlca.
Addreas X. L Fenny
sepiao
WANTED SITUATION Tbe adver
tiser, an active young nun, wnnta a situa
tion as receiving, shipping or entry clerk, or antes
man In a hardware) ur Irou store; is not afraid of
work, aud la willing to make himself generally uae
lul. Canplvogoodcityrcterou.ee. Apply to EvVIN,
rornor of F oar I and Broadway, wplab
WANTED SITUATION By a young
lady, with good edu.atiou, a situation as
tsstnawouian In a dry goods, millinery or bakery
More. Good recommendations given, Addreas, with
out delay, L. JENNINGS, through tlio Poeioillu).
epl3b
WANTED GERMAN GIRL To do
general housework for a small family. Ap
fly at No. 1 College Building, Walunt-atreet. be
tween Fourth and fifth. scpl3h
ANTED Porsons wanting to employ
housekeenor. nnraea or sowing slrls: also.
c"ou giria rocuon, waan anu lron.appiy aoou at mrs,
"Aunniio lnieiugonoe uince,
between Western-row and John.
306 Fifth-street,
sepi.iu-
WAHTED SITUATION By a lady to
do chamber or dining-room work; no objec
tion to travellug or ffenoral nouafteeD na.
Call at
Ho.it Broadway,
st aide, third floor.
iniuiriMor
stipKb
WANTED HELP Twenty-five active
and industrious young men; also, soyontou
ttirla for cooka, chambermaids, dining-room girls,
&o. R'rvnnls would do well to bear in nilud Hint
our office charge la Ioah titan that of any other onVu
In Olnclnnatl. Dlnrrhunti, and others winning to
hire help, can be st!!pliid on abort noticn. Wo make
no chargf,ir furnlahliig help within tlieclty liuiits.
All ordiTa for help, artdrmHed to the General Inform
ation Office, Uo. 3S2 Western-row, will lie promptly
attended to, Hervunti aiolilng employment will 11 ud
our terms atiltHblo to the tl:uH. We practice no de
ception . Wn give ml Ufactle n to all purlieu or cb urge
them nothing. ItcnioinljcT tuo number, 3,2 Wwt' ru
tiiwAJp. UABSOM CO. ihoplj1bl
WANTKD SITUATION By o young
married wonnu, a nltuatlou anwet nurno. to
travel or lake arhlld homo. A;nly at Hi 'et Scv-eiitli-atrect,
t Mra. 1). BTEYt5H. B'.-pliiow
RHTANTED-A Ble
of "The CinoinDfttl
Tlnllv Sun." from M.iv 1. '43. tn October 1. '.13.
Inguire at. tbiaolll'e. sepSnW
WANTED SITUATION By a young
lady from tho East, Ilia family or school, to
tench instrumental and vocal music, or anv other
It 'Dili; has no objoctiou to goiug south. The heat
refeicucca given as to canibilit),, experience, c,
Addreas S. T ., thla olllce. tepi.-aw''
r ANTED A I10US K By a gentleman
w 1 1 m lrnm v. nortil rcn. A nonce wnn
ont a ball not desirable. Addrona Box 76U PuatolQco.
epZ-tiw-eodtl
WANTED AGENTS To sell a doairablo
work jmt published, "Julian's Interoat
Tables," contHliiiugaccuriitociilciilatioiisol IntercHt
at fi, 6, 7,8, Hand Kl per cent., both almplo and com
nonnd. oil all siima irorn onorent to ftlflXIK). and trom
onediiytu nix yeurs. A rare opportunity to make
money In the nlo of tlila new, clieup anil useful
work. For further Information as to aiiccoh", tcati
mony In lt fvor, and tiiruia,aililreHa(stnnin incloeed,)
orarpiyioj. UA,Alill UA 13, 4.', f iitu-sireoi.
avp'i niutj
FOR RENT.
TtlOR RENT DOUSE The dwelling part
-S? of house im West Fourth-street, nearly onno-
aite the I'oatrfTlrv, containing li good roomennd2
aitice, including dining-room and kitchen, lo be
let eingly or nil to one tenant. Hons in good re.
uair. wit n broad ha'l. batli-room and water-closet
A desirable location for Dentists or Dasuorriean
roi,nia. Apply to C. T. JESSTJl1, 102 Fourth-street.
iscpi.iawTj
XiOR RENT ROOMS Front offioe and
-V second lloor of No. 32 Frout-stroet, lietwcen
juainanu walnut. eepi-'iir
FOR SALE.
F
OR SALE DINING SALOON The old
nnd well-eatablinhed Dining Saloon, at No.
Kant Foil- th street, having soventy-livo prompt pny-
iuc hoarders, and a good tranHlent trade.
jforiurtner
particulars inquire on tne premiums.
sopHh
FOR SALE HOUSE AND LOT A good
brick home, with ten rooms and good store
room, with a good-aizod lot, on tho aouth-neat cor
ner of licttsnml Cutter-stroets, for sale at a bargain.
Inuuireof R. V. HILL, Attorney at Law, north-west
corner of r '.'hth and Maln-strwMs. ep12d
JEJCit SALE BILLIARD TABLES Three
JL1 nrst-clasa marble-top Billiard Tablea, J.
llrunswick & llrotliers make. For particulars in
quire at the Caledonian Bhailos, Ko. Itfj Yiiiu-slrcet.
sep9-awJ
FOR SALE Oil EXCHANGE A Ken
tucky ltivor Bottom Farm of tidfl ai res, about
3IKI cleared and under fence; a nrw home of 11 mom;
larsobarn.V) by liMifeet, and ail theconvctiiencesofa
nrat-clttSH Ikrm. It will lioaold on long time or ex
cuanged for city property. Addreas J. 11., care
G. W. BALL A Co., 35 Main-street. sepo-aw
BOARDING.
BOARDING A lady and gontleman can
accommodated with good board at 42 Vine
Htroot, between Front and Second . sepltb
BOARDING Apartments furnished or un
furnished, with or without board, at 67 Ninthstreet,
hetween Walnut and Vine. sepllb'
BOARDING Two gentlemen ean be ac
commodated with a pleasant front room
bc.rd, in a private family, whom there are a
boardera, at No 107 Longworth-street, between Kim
and Plum. Terms moderate. sepl.11'
Walters!
AT PALACE GARDEN TO-NIGHT.
MECHANICS' FAIR.
THE UNRIVALED SMOKE-CONSUMING
COAL COOKIXQ STOVE, 1 THE
ALLIGATOR,
SIX SIZES,
Now being exhibited. The largest assortment
any establishment In the n ostorn country.
For sale by the Inventors and Manufacturers,
ADAMS &PECK0VER,
H0VELTY IRON FOUNDERS',
aeps-cw 333 Fourth-street, near Bmltb
HENRY DAVID,
1T0. 278 MAIN STREET, BETWEEN
JLI BIXTH AND SEVENTH, Mannfachirer
Importer of Soaps, FerhitLery and Fancy Goods,
just received. pr atenmor, a lot of Porte Monniaes,
Cigar Coses, Brushes. Corahs, Perfumery, Beef Mar
row and fancy GoodB of all dascripth'ns; also a coin
nlAlMiLAtiirtraent of rianrikcrchlcf Extracts, which
he is prepnreo toaoll atartgnre lower than any other
.Inftlnf In flincltv. Also, reoeiveil thirtilav from New
York, a large lot of David's Blue and Black Writing
and Marking Inks which the subscriber will be
IO Bell Bb UIMUllialU.V, '-vo. uvuuvia OIIU
tallera will please call in and examine before pnr.
' ..htaintr i.lMAwhore. All klndnof Extracts at twentv.
five cents per bottle. Remember tbe place, 278 Main
street, lietween Bixm ana sevepm. lepo
nv-r
ERCHANT TAILOR, 260 WAl.
KVT-STBEET, above olxtn, is recalling
fresn Sloe ei viuin., up,uwi, ,va.u,K
.,,. cwnl.Mn. (Inodi. He has engaged th.aerv.
ire. of an experlenroil and artlitlo Cutter, whose
works will boar testimony to his skill, All garments
warrantee. 10 give bbi'w.ivm. .uyiawi
THE PRESS.
WEDNESDAY.,
,SBPT91BK 11
WANTS! WANTS!!
If you want servant, advertise In
TUB FENNY PRESS
Ir you want a house, advertise In
THE PENNY FRBHS.
Ir yon want to Mil anything, adrertla In
THE PENNY PRESS.
Ir you want to buy anything, advertlaa In
. , THE PENNY PH.ES8.
In fact, every want supplied by advertising in
THE PENNY PRESS.
CITY MATTERS.
fisT Meteorological observations for the
Pkknt Punas, by Henry Ware, Optician, No.
7 West Fourth-Btreet, September 13, 1859.
O'clock. Baromoter. Thermometer.
7 A. M 29.M fifi
12 M 29.2S 7ii
P. M 2H.3;
70
Board o" Citt IsiPEovgunNTS Yestkr
day's Pbockbdi.ngb. The olerk was direotad
to preparo and transmit to the City Counoil
ordloanoes aBaeaEing a apeoial tax upon tho
real estate abutting on the following streets:
Ilenry-strect, from Dun lap-street to Jura
atreet; Ureen-stroat, front Logaa-Btroot to Elin
Btreet; Maiu-Btroet, from Hamilton-road to
Mulberry-atreot. Also, ordinances to establish
tad grade of Esp&nolu-gtreot, from Freeman-
street to Ludlow-avonue; Brighton-alloy, from
Freeman-street to Pattcrson-atreet. Also, an
ordinance to grade and Macadamize Brown
atreet, from S. J. Brown's west line to tbe
norm corporation line. Also, resolu
tions authorizing tho City Auditor to con
tract as follows: With .lowrey Jc Humphry,
at sixty-ono cents per square yard, to pave
with bowlders Elm-stroet, from Seventh-Btreot
to Eighth-street; with same at sixty-two ocnts
per square yard, to pave with bowldors Plum
street, from Fifth-street to Sixth-street. Also,
to advertise for proposals to pave with bowl
ders the following intersections: Abigail and
Pondleton-stroots, Woodward and Pendleton
streets, wings of Abigail and Hunt-streets,
Woodward and Uunt-streets. mo tollowiog
repairs were recommended: East Hnnt-strcet
lor ono uunurou aouars; moaning me cuiveri
under Front-street, east of tbo Water-works,
forty-five dollars; cleaning tho culvert undor
Maiden-lane and root ot Mill-street, niteon
dollars, and the culvert at tbe foot of Broad
way and Puhlio Landing, tnirty-nve dollars,
After whion tbe Hoard adjournea.
GbaMd LiiiCKNY. An old eontloman'named
James Raiehloy waa robbed Monday evening
at his boarding-houso, Ho. 7'J 1'ittn-street, ot
a pocket-book containing $07 in gold. He
laid down about sovon o'olock to tako a sleep,
and wbon ho awoke nt nine ho discovered his
loss. Martha O'Neil, a sorvant employed in
tbe house, and a man named Jncob Horn, wero
tried in the Police Court yesterday, tbe former
chargod with stealing and tho latter with ro
oeiving the money. Martha acknowledged to
ofliccra Bloom ond Walker, who made the ar
rest, that she took tbo money nnd gave $10 of
it to Horn, who t the liwo ot reeetving tno
money wns con fine J in tho atation-houso upon
a charge of disorderly conduct. Horn declared
that ho was not awiuo of tho mnnnur in which
Martha obtained tho inoncv. nnd tint it wait
given to him for the purpose of bailing himeolf
out, lor which purposo no n sou it. inoiwo
wero hold iu bond3 of 500 each, to answor tho
charge at the Court of Common Fleas.
.
Attemtt to Commit Snnnic. A young man
named Lviniin Snckett, about nineteen years
of age, attempted self-destruction yesterday
bv shootintr uiinralf in tho loll brenst with
pistol. Rai'.kott boards on this east side
knoe-stri'cl, second door from tho corner
Sixth. About hull'-nnst fivo o'clock Inst
evening ho was seen to enter his room, appa
rently much ngitiited. In a fow minutes
afterward tho report of a pistol was heard,
when eoverpl persons rusnoil to His room nnu
found him lying upou tho lloor with the pis
tol hy his side. JJrs. Norton nnu tiutiuins
wero sont for, who succeeded in extracting
the ball. Thev cxurcss hones ns to his re
covery. Young Snckett has been engaged
clerk in tho establishment of Sprnguo A Co.,
clothiers, of this city. His mother resides
New York. This is tho second or third tit
tompt ha has made to tako his life within tho
rust few days. Disappointment in love
assigned as a rensou for his wishing to dio.
S
BltKAD THAT IS IllKAO B.tKFD IN A StOVB
that is A Stovk. Messrs. Adams t Peokovor,
of the Novelty Iron Works, No, ISM
Fourth-street, have on exhibition, at tho Me
chanics' Fair, one of tho largest and best-
baked loaves of bread wo have ever witnessed
weighing just jitii pounds well done through
and through, and all done by their celebrated
Alligator Cook-htove. Vie tocteu the bread,
and take ploanarc in pronouncing it A No. 1
just such bread as everybody should use. For
sons desiring the best enok-Btove now in
markotwill find tho "Alligator" just tho ar
ticle. Every house-ltceper who visits the Me
chanics' Pair should not fail to examine this
stove thoroughly before leaving. Remembor,
also, that you have the privilege of tasting
portion of the mammoth loaf. These stuvos
are for sale at the Novelty Iron Works, No
333 Fourth-street.
of
be
The County (Jominipsionprs passed orders
yesterday amounting to $781 49. Tho fol
lowing letter was received by thn Board Inst
Saturday:
"Cincinnati, boiueinrjer iu, ito,
C(iwmsi'oii(ra Hamilton County:
"ukxtlkme.v I ctuled to see vou aluwdays
ago in regard to oUcring a reward for
murderer of Solomon Svvnyne, who was
badly beaten by some persons unknown that
hedied in some three days uflorwnrd. This
took place on tho sveuing of the 2d of Au
gust, 1S59, on the Muddy Creek Rood, near
tiieviot. J tli; n this outrage should not
passed over without some attention from
authorities,
"L. T. WELLS."
few
SriaiTUAi.iy Inclikp.d. A woman dropped
Into the store of one of our readers yesterday
and asked to see tbi Penny Press, which was
handed her, when she said that there was
letter advertised for hnr, but that the olerk
would not deliver it until she showed him
paper, and desired to be permitted to tako
to the PostolR.ce forthat purpose. Her request
was granted, and the orratid-boy sent to follow
her; but instead of going for the letter
sought a oorTee-honse on Vine street and tried
to trade it for a drink of whisky. Ilooidedly
tbe latest dodge to get a "tod."
of
Twisty Dollars to Portland and Return.
D. MoLaron and R. M. Shoemaker, superin
tendents of the Cinoinnati, Hamilton fc Dayton
Railroad and tbe Dayton & Miohlgan Railroad,
announce, in another column, that they
issue excursion tickets to Portland and return,
for twenty dollars, good for threo weeks. Those
who desire to see the mammoth stoninsbip
bVeal Eastern, and the treat Victoria Bridge,
at Montreal, should avail thotnsolves of
opportunity.
and
has
able
lO1
John Leary and Goorgo Truss, the
young mo j arrested by officer Strong for steal
ing $17 from the draworof a grocer on Jones
streot, near Liberty, were tried in tho Police
Court yesterday. Leary was aont to
County Jail for tho term of six mouths,
Truss wns committed to the House of Refuge
until of legal age. He was sont to the House
of Refuge ouco before, and effected his
Leary was lined $20 and costs,
sentenced an additional ten days on a charge
of carrying concealed weapons.
a
nt
asffThe mammoth mule which was exhlb
ited at Dayton, during the National
Show, is now on exhibition at tne Ktisb Conn
ty, Indiana, Fair, at Ruahville. Ho cannot
fail to draw a large amount of attention.
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The four boys, Shay, MoKinman, Anderson
and Reid, who were found In tbe basement of
Foster's boarding-house, eornar Broadway and
Third-street, several evenings sinoe, wero tried
in the Police Court yesterday. Young Reld
proved a good oharaoter, and was disohorged.
The officers testified that the other three were
very bad boys. They were sent to the House
of Refuge,
Policeman Win. Gray, of the Fourteenth
Ward, died of typhoid fever, at his residence,
on Fifth-street, between Western-row and
John, at two o'olock jeaterday afternoon. Hia
remains will be eaoorled to the Little Miami
Railroad Depot at six o'olock this morning, by
tho entiro polioe force of the city, and from
thenoo they will be conveyed to Crestline for
intermont.
One hundred guns will be fired at the cor
ner of Ninth an 1 Westorn-row to-day, at
half-past eleven o'clock, in honor of tho ar
rival of the first car over the Cincinnati Street
Railroad track. Quite a spirited meeting
was hold at that point last evening, and a
committeo of twenty tiijointed, to make
necessary preparations for a proper reception
of tho train. A good time generally may be
expected.
Would It not be woll for the Trusteoa of the
First Universalis! Church on Plum-streot to
fashion tho front stops of their odifice a little
differently? The ones now in use are vory
dangerous to doscend, especially of an ovoning.
The steps should bo straight across instead of
tbo angular shape, as at proaont. We merely
make the suggestion.
Two ncgroos, residing in tho part of tho
city known as "Bucktown," wero arrested
and lodged in tho Hammond-street Station
house, last night, for having indulged in a
pugilistic encounter.
A meeting of tho members of the Gorman
Catholic Institute will take jilace this eve
ning, at half-past seven, at "Rainbow Hall,"
to consider the subject of erecting a new
building suitable to the wants of the society.
The boarding-house of Mr. Gilbert, on Western-row,
near Longworth-street, was entered
by a thief at an early hour yesterday morning,
and robbed of a diamond elustor breastpin,
valued at $125.
Werefor to the advertisemont of Moore's
Thirty-Dollnr Double-Lock-Stitch. Sewing
machine. II. 0. Burtman is the exclusive)
neent for tho United States. Olfice 98 West
Fourth-street.
A man named William Hughes stole seven
dollars from the till of a cofToe-house keeper,
named Armstrong. Ho wns committed to the
chain-gang by Mayor Bishop, yesterday, for
tne term 01 sixty nays.
John Learv, who was sentenced to tho
County Jail by Judge Bishop yesterday, gave
the oliicer a tight race for several squares yes
terday. Ho was, however, captured and con
veyed "over the Rhino."
Tlie Clinmpion Panning Club gave a social
danco nt, National Hall lust evening. Music
wax furnished by Mcnter's Band, and tho
young tolks enjoyed themselves until tlio ap
proach of curly duwn. Success to tho Chum-
moris 1 iiioyrc a nouto set ot jeiiows.
A auspicious individual, named Milton John
son, was arraigned in the Polico Court yester
day, charged with vngrnncy. His daguerreo-
t j po was token, and upon promise to toavo town
ho was BulTored to depart.
Jordan Fcrell was arrested last mgbt by
Officers Mormon and Rickets for passing
'bogus half-dollar on a barber in the lower part
of the city.
Tho steamboat CUpptr, for Louisville, ran
aground yesterday evening on a bar nearly op
posite the foot of Walnut- stroet.
Dr. Silsby, of this city, is busily ongaged in
fitting up npparatus for a oourse of popular
Bcientifio lecturos, which he will Bhortly give
in the upper hall of the Mechanics Instttuto,
Several porsons were oonfined in the Ninth
street Station-house, last evening, charged
with carrying concealed weapons.
Tho police have been instructed to arrest
all rowdies found obstructing the stroet-cornors
and side-walks.
A drayman named McBirncy was fined
throe dollars nnd costs iu tho rolieo Court,
yesterday, for obstructing Lytlo-stroct with
his drays.
A drayman named RafTorty, who resides on
Pendloton-street, was severely injured yester
day by a kick in the abdomen from a horse.
Fears are entertained for his recovery.
Jacob Graff & Co. sold a two-story brick
dwelling, situated on' Sixth-street, near
Mound,"" yesterday, to Captain Fisher, of tho
lirnt of lahnin & Fisher, for $7,600.
(Eff'A fine throo-story brick dwelling-house
and lot, No. 20b Mound-street, was sold yesterday
by C. J. W.Smith to JudgoPntdon,for
$2,400.
Miebnel FInnuogan, for interfering wit
tho workmen on the street railroad on Seventh-street,
was fined tho costs by Mayor
Bishop, yesterday.
Twenty-one prisoners thirteen women and
eight men wore roroived nt the CitytPrisou
yesterday. Ton wero discharged by the
Council Committee.
By the new ordinance, persons convicted
disorderly oonduot the second time are entiUod
to tbo benofit of i'.v day i th city prison.
A man nnmod John Kemper wns fined
and costs by the Police Jttdgo yesterday for
carrying a slung-shot. Served him right.
Billy McDonald gives a eomplimontary ball
tn his friend, at tho Metropolitan Hall, next
Monday evening.
Another trottin e match over the Cincin
nati Trotting Park is announced for Thurs
day afternoon. Seo advertisement.
De Marbais nnd his wife Blanche are
rapidly improving. They will bo able
leave their rooms in a short time.
Tho attention of wholesale and retail dry
goods dealers is called to the advertesomeiit
of "A. L." iu tho want column.
.lofienh Bolt, for insultinc ladies in the
Thirteenth Ward, was sent to the City Prison
yesterday for thirty days. ,
Lieutenant Wm. R. Irwin is acting as Treas
urer of the National Thoater. He is at home
in thn position.
flra-At twelvo o'clock last evening, but two
persons were confined in the Hammond-street
Station-house.
itS-One of the most attraotive features
Go and see her dance to-night.
SS Tbe members of the City Council
' , . :,, ti. c,.a. T):i
expeoteu 10 eujoy b, nuv uru i,u unvo
road to-day.
z-tr Bo sure and see Tom Thumb at
Mochanios' Fair to-night.
Several females wero sent "over the way"
by the Mayor, yesterday, for strect-wolking.
Fifty-three persons wcretriodintho Police
Court yesterday.
City Council meets to-night.
the
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cape. and
Pardon Askko fob Kkndall. Andrew
Prnden, Esq., with the mother of Chas. Ken
dall, visited the Penitentiary at Columbus,
Saturday, and had an interview with the mur
derer of Gregory. They applied to Governor
Chaso for a pardon, which was not granted.
The Exeoutive clemency is a farce if it be
merely because there is a pewerful
advocacy for its bestowal. Let offenders
sore ef punishment, and offenses will be few.
Horse
IIappt Dav. At eleven o'olook this morn
ing, the dinoinnati Street Railroad Company
oar, four horses attached, will start for a gala
day, drive np and down Walnut and Ninth
streets to Western-row. Fret) ridoa during
day. ,
Ukrbon's SbmiSaW Cmmi Rb-ujuox. Tho
Executivo Committee of the Ilerron Semi
nary Graduates mot in tho parlor of the Bur
bet House last night. Oliver W. Root, Chas.
C. Phillips, J. E. Sherwood and Stephen R.
Smith reported a programme for the foativi
tiosoa the 20th of next month, to-wit: nn
inaugural addreea by Oliver W. Root, Presi
dent; an oration, a poem, an essay, songs and
sentiments at the banquet, by members of
the Club. . The Club meots at the Seminary
next Thursday night.
Did'nt do ,Up. To tho great disappoint
ment of the Daytonians, Prof. J. C. Bellman
did not "jro un" vesterilav. but " came down "
on tbe evening train with his balloon under his
arm. The papers are ponderously heavy on our
old eonfrere, and pronounce tne nzzie a suu
able finale of the National Hone Show hum
bug."
1
Panorama. Butts's great panorama of the
Now Testament and the Land of Palestine,
will open at Molodeon Hall to-morrow even.
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
' Trial fob Grand LARUMiir. Josso Phillips
was placed on trial before Judge Carter and a jury,
upon au Indictment charging him with stealing a
mare ou the lath of Anguat, tho property of
Wright. It was stolen from Mount Pleasant, and
according to the testimony, wa found iu the pos
seeciou or defendant andJamei Dawson. Due wit
neasriepoaod that Phillips and Dawson stopped and
took breakfast at bio huuse. P. said that J), ritinu
from Kentucky 011 a apree ami wanted to aell tho
hortoj lie naked 8W for it, slid upon the reloaal of
wituesatobuy, thev then wautwl loraiae i'Xi.
Policeman itnbrkotte, obtiiiulng some inloruintion
in relation tn defendants, went aftor them nnd ln
iiulred the price of the mare. Dawson mi'l ?l.';o,and
1'hlllipa engiiestod that h should tuku S- ui i
Witness then announced liiine, if an utllcer, and ar
rested them.
Other witnesses wore also examined.
Tlio jury found a verdict of guilty, and assessed
the property at 20t).
Gaines for the Utnte; Stephen HcGroarty fur de
fcnioi. At the commenroment of the trial ono of the ju
rors fell iu a tit. Ho Uud to bo sent home, and au-
nthnr iurnrHwnrn in hlw nlurn.l
Pleas or Gunrv.-Micfiaol I'lirTord entered a plea of
guilty to the charge ot atalibing with intont to
wound. Cnalmer (Jriest, tottslinilarlndictmcnt.albo
plead guilty.
The State vs. Wesley Turner. The defendant, a
folnred man. waMiiunvlnted ot Htubbiuff David t'ui'tls.
Civu. UvsiNiias, Judge Uallun openod this branch
oc tno uiurt In ttooin no. 1. l arrica .lingers va.
ato&mhruit Frml Trnn. .tmlirmpnt tor nUintlff. and
ordor of sule innui-dHgittnst the boat. Joseph Metier
and others vs. Scherland Linok. Petition asking lor
an injunction to restrain Scharl from negotiatliga
nolo and mortgage given lor a lot purcha-ed from
Linck, and tn which it waa claimed tho title had
t illed, and that the note was without consideration
Tub Court granted a lestraining order, and the case
waa act tipfnr hearing upon the injiiuotion.
During the remaiudcrof thlsweuk motions will ho
heard, by iigrcomeut of cotimol. Next week thorn
will be a peremptory cell ot thu uiotiou docket, imrt
also, the setting of default c u a.
Hamilton county district court.
Settings in of cases for tlio October term of
this louit are now being uiauo out.
COVINGTON NEWS.
fAnv cominuulcations from our friends will he
tliHiikfully received. Address " TrooS Keportor,"
iiox 21, uuvington, ivy.j
Attempted Suicide—A Man Cuts His Throat
with a Razor—Sad Effects of Habitual
Drunkenness.
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A man named William Moonoy, residing ia
tho secomt story of a house on Sluiut-Kireet, west of
Madisoti, cue bl. throat villi n tiiy.or, ycidi rdiiy
afternoon, uhout two o'clock. He bud been drunk
for soerai days, and had boon attacked with the
delirium tremens ao badly that medical old was
called iu. Yeslerday uioriutig lie van on the atreet
mid appeared as rational as ueiml. 1 n the afternoon
his wife hnviliff none out In wiihll aoiuowhero in tin
city, and be being alone, he took u razor uml cut
imsh nliniit, three inelu.a lung in his throat, but iliil
not sever any of the main nttei'los, although aevei-al
ut tho branches were cut. llu waa discovered withit
a few niiiiutea. lving on the lloor. blrediiiff oroluselv,
Hie pliysiciau, lr. Ilnyri, was there within a few
minutes, and thu M-oimd nrnnorlv drensed. Utiiel
tot'dieal men weru called in, and ull coucurred in tlio
opinion that, with proper care, ho would recover.
On beina imkcd whv tin did it. he ri'Dlied Unit ho
could give nn reason, except that ho wns "out of his
mind." When Wo saw him ho appeared neri'nutly
rational. The act was no doubt coioitted during
stuto of temporary innauity,occaMloued by too pro! use
uie oi anient spirm. .
Stock Sai.ks at Dhoveks' Ins. Cattle were
in ordlnnry hut not lively demand during tho week
etidins Mmulav. Siinteinbiir 1'2. The aunnlv waa full
onlial to tlio dumnuil. Tho imrnhor of cattle that
wore sold liy weight was .".i, and aimut one-nait
this number bv the head. Prices rnngeil trom 2M
ac. per p.Mirul. Tliere wore snld IS sheep,
woigni, nnu soirie ov tne nenu. weruuiiu not grein.
l'rices varied from 2 to nto. pnr lviuiul. About Mm
atockhoga changed hands at lroiu i'A to 5c. The
imirKer was juity aiippueu.
Hereafter the Varus will contnln the stock sales
daily.
Circuit Court. The Grand Jury found
true bill against Hum. a necrn belonging to Mr. Ken
nouy, yesterday fur an attempt tneommit a rape upon
3!i'.,ln)t!inu. llevvasputiipnn his trial Hbout
o'clock P. 11. vonteriliiv. Tbo iurv wero out but
ehort time, not to exceed thirty mlnutca, nnd re
turned a verdict ol "not guilty. T bey also found
true bill iiL'aiust Eilwiinl Sullivan fur stubbing, for
which otlcn.ii) ho was found guilty, upon trial, ami
contiuedto six moutbs iiiiprisotiini'iit in the D.iimty
Jail and Hned $7A. Wllllitin Barker and Tlioinna
lliirus wero indicted fur nlituiiilug money uuderlalso
pretenses, nut have not yot been t-ieu.
jB'No business of importance was trims
amen iu tno I'once uourt yesterday.
NEWPORT NEWS.
NEWPORT NEWS. Ye Terrifick Pryze-fighte---and ye Fearfull
Conclusione of Ye Same.
of
to
at
are
the
'S death. Is It thus vou snnk to an nnlant mc in th
nlTiH tiuiiH ul lior I love.' Take warning, ye villain
will be rovunged." SoNjack.
Wc are called upon to chroniole a terriiio com
bat.conilnclediicrnriliiiff to the rules oft he London
ii., which occurrea ou I'loiiuny iiigni iasr, w one
I'enuis ol "t'nio i. ytiinin ' hiiene losiiieiiuiini iu men
ulnrv. The nriucieais in tho satiLitiuiirv coullict
wbich took nl.-ico in Tnvinr's lield.werea counloof
young men of our cily, who are both enamored
mo same uuiy. 'Liiniuir iieing who wns nitiocoiiti
tlioc'iiiseof vo lilooilv Hirbte ia uiio of "Ki'iitucky"
dark-eyed heantiee," bandaouie, rutincd and acrom
nlihed. Mnuv a L.vndle would nalc no greate
earthly blowing than a glance from br bewitching
eyes,
uneoi tno young men, jnaiousui mo otuer, couiu
no longer boar tho thought of probable disappoint
ment, nml having biaird Hint his com not itor lor the
ludy's hand luul triml to culiiimiiatu hiiii, he chal
lenged the aspiring lad to u niortul comljat, Weap
mis, those provided lur by nature, known niiionir the
vulitar us "maulers. " The parties met, each with
second. Aftersomn preliminary urraiiga'iiciits, tho
siTiunts preuomicfd every thine; ready, and led
pugilistic voutlis I o the senile.. We do not propoao
to detail the encounter iu full, but will present some
of the moat iiniiortitnt features:
First Hound This rouud did not last but a fow
seconds; I ho challenged pnrty attempted to atop
blow from thechallcnger with his head, and tin' run
(M'fjiience was he went duwn rather quicker than wus
his Intention.
tiocond Bound Time being called, the parties again
appeared at th scratch. Again tbo challenged
stnppcda "rlhtickler," and again hewontdowu.
Third and Fourth Konnds t'oiisiderable dodging
took place. Notwithstanding this, however, these
rounscinieout tin the miiiare.
Fifth Koond This was tho lastone fought, and re
sulted in placing tlio chiillenger bora du combat
knocked him completely out of time. The claret
Mowed freely, and his second was obliged to throw
the Bpongn. The challenger declared himself satis
fled, and eliook hiimls with the chiillengi d.
These vullinnt gentlemen of the llyer (higher-) pro
fession sought their hemes and couches, uud tilers
dreamt of "ye territick tighte,"and that
"Tho ground for miles ttround
Was covered with tholr blood!"
Wo trust both the young men will survive
news that the ludy iu iiucstion cares not lor either
of them.
Toicb Court. Jacob Wise, George Moody
and Dm i lei Mike, were brought up ona charge
disorderly conduct; tho tovmcr was lined two uoiiars,
and the two latter dismissed ou payment of custa.
Frederick Knoka, fur disorderly conduct, wan lined
two dollars.
The wedding aprea, which we yesterday announced
ns compromised, has turned up again; nud Joseph
Ilartmun. one uf Ilia number oniracud in that
nien.al war, was lined live dollars by Major
Hawkins.
Runaway. An unruly horse, attached to
water-curt, yesterday, took fright wlnio going from
the corner of Monmouth nnd Kront-ntreota inward
the ferry, and ran otf a stoep bank, precipitating
vnliiclA Mini driviir. whose name wns William Marsh.
down to Hie foot of the declivity. Tho horso
killed, the cart broken, nnd Mr. Marsh badly, but
IS tuougn!,;not laiauy mjiireu. iui hhihu wiibiiih
nrnnArtv nf n cvnroBB-iniin. named Williams,
waa given into the care of Mr. 11, for tho purpose
training.
HOME INTEREST.
J,
last
ex
tended he
tho
sxvtVini.lt. Fee's Hydraulic Wlnel'rc,
now on exhibition nt thu Mechanics' Fair, Is in
every evening, and can not fail to meet
approbation of grape-growors. The public in gen.
eral, anil griino-growors particularly, aro Invited
wltnct.lt) operation. Maehino Department In
basemont.
(Mr For fine Fhotoarnphs, !IclaInotypcs,
or Ambrotypes, call at tho Central Gallery, corner
Flfihand Western-row, in charge of A.S. Bioom.
Ho warrants to please.'
WTS, II. Fnrvin. Advertising Agents
80 West Fonrth-itroet.
"DitBuerroad Gallery, Sontb-weat
ner of Sixth and Woatern-row, over llaonaford's
drug store. Pictures taken and put In good cases
twenty cents, Warranted to please,
AMUSEMENTS.
Pikr's OrKRA-HocsK. Another fine audi
ence aascmblwlat this elegant tempi lasi nigium
witness tho beautiful drama of Till hkun Of in
Lakk, by the wonderful Marso Troupe 01 juvenile
comedians, who aciiittted theniaelves iu all the aril 11
ous business of tho piece in a manner that would do
credit to auy company.
To-night will beproiluced, after careful anaexpens
Ive preparation, the magnificent lec"dary aju'Cta
ole of Till N.ilD Joer.ii, with new anil gorgeous
scenery, grand marches, evolutions, transformation!,
terrific combats and beautiful tableaux, ill which the
full force of the talented company will be brought
into requisition. Tiny romaiu only this week.
- Wooo's. ThiaTib. To-nlght will be pre
sented the drama nf "Itoelna Slcadnwa," In which
Miaa Helen will Diwara Jtosina. The nnrfnruiance
will conclude with "Jack Sheppard," with lli Lu
cille. n the j nil-break ing Jack. This Is a good bill
aud ought to draw avruwded house.
MONETARY.
TUESDAY, September 13—3 P. M.
There is anaetive demand for Money to-day
and Currency continues close. But little Paper is
i i,, ,iu..,,iMiii,il Ht thn rate, stiv Hi'iV.12 tier cent
The regular discount houses are not buying outside
Uxciiangn Multilines in good supply ot H pre
mil. 1.. .....Iliiiif rnfn l.iivilitf lit tii 1U Ct'll tS.
Oold dull at 30 ceuts, buying; selliug at tf&.'i
Ill-Ill IIIUI. .... ...
Exchange on Now Orleans 'AM discount, buying
rate; selling nt par.
iiunoia, Wisconsin ana iowa tumiuvj miw
vaneed to 14, bu ing rate.
aiissonri uucuuui.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
TUESDAY EVENING, September 13, 1859.
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V liUI, Jl I im Uimivui 1 viii imim ,u... r..-
nncliaiim ,il: tlieoil Iv sides to-ilay were ISIIbrla. double
extra at 0 Tho anuual election of oilicBra of tliu
L'hiuuia'r ot Uomuiorce, wiucn tons pincouu uuiiuku
to-iluy, inteiropti'a business to some exieni, lueio
bnlng coiulderuhlo exelleinent, as tlmre were two or
three tlcki'ti vutod, 1 'fit brls. were rscelvod the luat
twentv-rnur lieurs.
u'iii-ik v Tim inarknt a ateailv. with a good de.
mnml: sioes of GOO brls. at satfCsatc. the latter
ntn lur wagon. , , . .
iiuiiviiiiv4 " mm waq mil touch uonp to-uav
: brla. Mean Pork sold at Jit, and lis) nercea ijaru
at leViWioV., which l 1111 advuuee. lii-relsaue-
niaiiil for llacim at 74 auu sc, urn 11 u niiuuuiu
( It ) t KIKS Molasses la lower, ami may o
(Hinted at 304('',,37c. Sugar Arm at toll prices,
l'i, ipo iinclianKOi.1.
u'I4Ii.t t 11, marKoc is sceaov auu pricua un
r1iiin.Ti.. nulix MiO Ijll.UrtlM Dl'llllO WllilS at 91 II):
An. nifiirlor red nt 9uc.: HO do. fair white at two.: SOU
do. soml do. ut?l ml; Modn., prituo do. in Covington
.1 vi inn,!., ,ln hill nt Si.
cDItd-Salea a.uoo bushols mixed at 70c. Market
steady and linn. . , ,
HVE-A sale of bushels at "3c. Tho market is
firm, with a fair demand. '
HATS The market is auu anu uruupiusi
1 lilU, l,..alinlj at U7i
BUTTE H There ll a gmd diimand for cholco
Western Roeervo.nnd this qunlity sella readily antic.
Wn nuotcnrimi, Obioat IMilic. Coiuniou iiuiilitles
am dull nt. luaiac.
k :i:h rif .ininann. nt nr,i no. neraozen.
tin KKMK Tim mnrknt is vnrv hrm. ami nrlcei
teniliiig upward: saiesaHil boxes atSiiufe. t,ir prime
V ostorn Kescrvcnud lolh'sc. lor Jiiiigiisu uairy.
Steamboat Register.
AnaivAi.s-Dunlcith. Maysvnle; Castlo Garden,
Evaiisvlllo; Kale May, SIaniphi: R. B. Ilamiltou
I'lirKtirsiiurg; urn, m. iioum; vupjiwr, xiih wliiu,
Sleliose, I'ortsni'itith; Wetnnia, Madison.
NL.uVi,r..ii,.,,ulil, Mnvtvll m: It. B. Hani II
ton, Dig Sandy; W enuDii, Madisou; Idelrose, Ports.
uoutu; Uiippor. Louisviiie.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, September 13—P. M.
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Ashes unchanged: salos 80 brls. at $5 50 for
rir-Vtnu u or pearls, r lour neavy ior nign gmueii,
lit. Lnttnp 1'itl Mii.inpfli.M nrul nvlru Klulll ! Slll'f
J.llMI lirls. at I mtii I Ml lur ailnerjina State: S4 7Wrii5
fur extra State; 4 Ml T for tiwtnne western; m eo
t'.l v.'i for emu lui'ii to good oxlra western; $.'i(ftl5 10
Tor old, mid i'j l'(n5 :ni lor fresh ground shipping
nrniif a fxira r iniiu-nu in ifiiio. cuiaiiiK uenvv nnu
hover I'm- ail kinds. Canadian Hour unlet nt SI 75(ih
li tor extras, live Hourunii: aaica iiki mis. ai '
eat :ui. Wlieiicoeened lens I'lioYiiut but more actlvi
and closed :)fa5r. loiver: sales !,iiiio busbels at 7ic
for unsound Chicago spriiig; Si a.Vii l M) for new
white Kentucky; Jl S7(if.l 30 fur white Canadian;
SI 2i'i,l Xifor new white Michigan the latter an
uutsiilo price fur choice; Sl 23 foe clinico new rod
Virginia, and Si ZVifll :1ft for now whit" southern.
Uye sle.-iilyat teoi-e. on the spotiiiiiltuurrivo. Bar
ley ijuiet. Corn opened bnnyaiit, but clowed dull :
sales .T.i.OKlbiialiels nt sl.SSfisS.'e. lor mixed western,
and Mic, for round yellow. Ijais juict at 360?iMc. for
oldStiiti'i JiKidlle. fur new do.; di.Wo. for western,
Ssjima:. forL'miudiau. Whisky lower: sales 20brla.
at iiUjw'.l'i'ic Pork quiet. Moss I'ork firm, while
prime is heavy: aales l.unobrls. at $H MiYo for mesa;
gi:i ni for tliiu mess; S?17(.1T 2."i fur clear, and S10 2,''
forprfiuo. Beef coiittniies dull and heavy : sales Usi
brls. at 2.'i((V;.ri 75 for ciiutitry rrime; i',fi.7 for do.
nieKs; (t)HI 5li for repacked I 'liicaao, and 3ll(a12 for
cxtias, Bfef Hums uuh't atSl.VnlS 75. Bacon dull.
Out Meats lirni: sales 41) packugeaut 7c. forShoulders,
and .Vic. fur; Hum, liard steady: sales 4!0 hhds.
at ltiT4ffl TJc-. for common to primewestorn. Butter
atiwly: laitfif liic. for Ohio, nud l"()2lc. for Slate.
tboeHii quint ;it nVoV.'.c. Ciitlonlirm: sales l.MH) bales
at. M4:"j fur middling uplands, bugnr steady. Oof
fee lirni at lKuill.'sc for Jtio. Mol'isae iioiot at inc.
Spirits Turrwnilnodnll. ttnsln Btendy at oftc. Kice
firm. Lead unlet: (iuiena S"i 77. Tobacco unlet nt
4'.(.liii;. Woel unchanged: yO,(n (I His. tleece sold at
.VrtiWiSuc ; .Hi ll lha. pulled at 32(ra4'ic. freights
firmer, and ship-owners demand au advance.
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, September 13.
a
Cotton closed with an advancing tendenoy,
and the market 'ssli'thtly donrer: saleB of S..VIO bales
at ll.' ic. lor middling qualities. 8ules for three ilays
Iu .MO bales: rccipta for Hame period 14,(Kio bales,
ngiilnst lli,.K)fl bales lat .veer, llnur quiet nt$IS7(0
for superfine, and Si 30 for extra. Eastern Hay
e2-i; Westirn UuySl'.V
Sterling Kxcli.uig" vHoflo per cent. premium. Er
chungiion Now York lf;',0ij discount; Biuht do. )(ij
;'" jiomiuni.
[By Telegraph.]
Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, September 13.
1
Plour is in good request at 5 for lloward
strnnt. Wheat is declined: salca of I'J.imhi hush, at
i IVi-il W for white, end ft iW'd 12 for rod. iViru
ateady; yellow BlJilSic. Provisions Bttudy. Whisky
lirui at :Mic
MISCELLANEOUS.
id
M'lle Estelle Esmonde!
AT PAX, ACE GARDEN TO-NIGHT.
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No,
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Snire, Eckstein s Co.
DRUC5GBSTS,
N. "W. cor. fourth and Vine-Bt3.
lOPI'OS'TR TUB rtMTOFPJCE,)
iFFER FOR SALE, IN QUANTITIES
' to suit purchasers, a comnlete assortment of
Drugs, Idedlciues, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
iiriislieit, viudow (ileus. Glassware, Patent Medt
cineH, Perfumery, Druggl-ts' Fancy Artlclos, Dye
Hluus, Wines, Lienors, Tobaccos, Cigars, Alcohol,
Iluiinng J mid, Caiuphenu, &c.
AGENTS FOll
Troeniner's Druggists' Scales;
A yer's Cherry Pectoral, Pillage;
Ilnorland's tlcrmuu Bitters;
llnnrbavo's llolland Hitters;
I'liil line's Oough Sirup, Liniment, Ac.;
Keith s llcsiiioidu. Alkaloids, &c.
'l'llden A; Thayer's Extracts;
tiorwoud'e Tincture Verat, Verlde, ic.
Iienl2cl
Kbnvood's Tiacturo Verat. "Veride,
ZMJE HAVE JUST EUCEIVED ON CON-
v SlGNMENT, an invoice of Norwood's Tine
tiireVermt. Veridt
For k:i1i, to the trade at muuu-
faotumra prices,
sordli-o
-Sl'lKli, EOKSTkHN & CO.,
Oppoaite the Postoffice.
Cordial Elixir of Wild Cherry Bark,
WHIS ELIXIR IS SURPASSINGLY
JL Hgrccablo to thn taste, anil coutuins all the act
ive priuciplcsof Wild Cherry Baik in a high state
of perfection, combined with several grateful aro
maiica. It is a most valuable as well us a pleasant
medicine, uniting with its tonic powers the Import
ant properly of calming Nervous Irritation and Kx-
citabilitv. and ia a most cfloctivo Strengt ienerand
Kestorative, admirably adopted to the treatment
Debility ef the t luach, Imrnired Digestion, Weak
and Languid Habits, e.ipociiiH:- of women nnd chil
dren, Juuts of Al putlte, Ac. rrenared and for sale
sep!2-c Oppiaitn the Poatofliee,
Crusaders.
rHlIIIS IS ONE OF THE FINEST BRANDS
-HL of Havana l-igara imported, nnd we can recom
mend thmn to smokers as remarkable for their fine
flavor. Fur salo by
SUIKE, ECK8TE1S & CO.,
sepl2-0 Opposite the Pnatofflce.
Phillips's Cough Syrup, Liniment, &o,
WE HAVE MADE AN ARRANGE
MENT with Dr. Phillips by which wo
enabled to offer theco medicine, to the trade at
prices. BC1EE, ECKSTKIN A CO.,
seplZ-c Opposite the rostoffice.
A. C. STULB,
A TLANTIC CABLE RESTAURANT AND
1 WINE AND LASER BKKB SALOON,
71S Wesitern-row, Cincinnati, Ohio.
HH 11 y bar Is at all times supplied with choice
Liquors and Cigars, Mjtom
AUCTION SALES.
AUCTION 8A It E, BY
THOMAS
JOHNSTON, in Rales-rooms, No.WMaln-etres,
below Third. Prime Boots aud Shoe at Auciien.
WEDNESDAY MOBNINQ, geptemner '
niencing at 10 o'clock, will lie sold without wer'J.
seventy-live cases, comprising Men's and Boys
llooia, mitt urofraus, n omea miikipiu v..---
Blioe.. Blippor. Ac. J n)il
aepiz inomftB jimjfli'iiii -
4 UCTION
MALE BY KELLOOti te
m. wi
iT.I.tiMS flMlM.mwinri. Nna.fi and 14 Eatt
Third-8ttt.-Large Pawnbroker's sale, oaacoouat
of K. Mayer. On TUDBSDAY MOBNINO, septeai-
berl.t, at 9 o ciocx, a large jure v iij.iwij-.
rleilgea, consisting of 100 bundles of dents 'and l-
I ion vvnariiig api'i1", h'l'v- '"' vv,
iIIht Waltliea, uuains. raciis ana tiopui. , (
i-u ..r..n Li...iu ilium. Pifttnlii. Mn.tral and Hatha- -
niatical IuatruuieiiU.andMery vsrlety(goKl.- - .
of
by
are
his
No.
G.C.KNIFFIN&Co.
PEALK1S IS
IiADU, WEBSTER A CO.'S
(Lote Hunt, Webstor Oo.'s,)
SEWING MACHINES,
No. O Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
On tbe 1st of October we will remove to
No. 80 "West Fonrth-street,
GAZETTE BUILDING.
epl2i
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING.
B. FRANKLAND,
STATIONER AND PRINTEE,
Viiie-street, Opposite Postoffice,
PLAIN & FANCY STATIONERY!
Alt KINDS OF WRITING FAPHB;
IILANK BOOKS I
Ladies' Stationery;
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING;
Printed and Painted Show Cards.
ttS't'ountry Dlerchunta Supplied.
. seplOaw
WHOLESALE
WAR!
139 WALNUT-STREET,
West Side, bet. Third nnd Fourth.
WE ARE NOW IN RECEIPT OF
our FALL and WINTER 8TO0K of
HATS, CAPS,
Furs and Trimmings,
And In) Ite a thorough domination.
W.CWhitclicr&Co.
IsepsawJ
EBMOYAL.
THE FIRM OF
SPRAGUE & CO.
WILL OPEN IN THEIR
PO" "w Store
South-east Cor. Fourth aud Vine,
THURSDAY, 8TH IiST.,
WITH THE I,ARGE9T AND
PKBTTIESr stock of (loods for MBN'8
WBAB ever offered in Cincinnati.
THE STOCK or
PIECE GOODS,
To make up to Measure, will be large and varied.
We have a
New Corps of Cutters,
From New York and Philadelphia, who profess to
understand the art of Cutting Stylish Garments to
order.
KJT For past favors wo return many thanks, and
hope to merit future patronage. Truly,
SPRACUE & CO.
sep7-tfl
REMOVAL.
THE OFFICE OF
Wm. Simmer & Co.,
-AGENTS FOB
WIIEE1ER & WILSON'S
SEWINC MACHINES.
IS REMOVED T0-
Pikc's Opera-house Building,
TT WEST FOURTH-STREET.
cep9awfl
JOHN H. DETERS,
FAtJIHONABLI
BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTUKER,
IV o. 53 Went Fourtb-strcet,
WISHES TO CALL ME ESPECIAL
attention of gentlemen to bis large stock ef
fall work, which is now open for Inspection. Just
received some new styles EngllBh Over-getters. Call
and seo them. sepj
I'TjlNElVlNES, BRANDIES, 4c JOHN
. BATES has nn hand an extensive stock of line
Sherry, Port, Ulnderia, CIsret, Champagne and Ca
awha Wines. Aim, fine Brandies, Jamaica Bum,
Holland Gin and other Liuuors, which h warrant
tine and nf tbe best quality. For salo, National The..
ter Build Ing, Bycauuiro-straet. sepia
Gas Fixturess
AT 11ED1JCED PRICES.
WE HAVE ON HAND THE LARGEST
variety and best solccted assortment ef Gag
Fixtures In Cincinnati, consisting of (11 that is new
np HucirnltlA in the Gun Fivture Hue.
We warrant every e ixture we sen 10 oe equal, noin
In matnriul and flniah. to anv that is sold in this c
id li
any other market, and in addition will gnarante
them to retain their color and remain perfeot fo'flv.
years from the time tbey are pnt up by ns.
Call, see, and examine our stock,
McHENH? A CARSON,
jyjl -cm . 1S Main street, near Fourth.
Fore, Still & Sparkling Wines,
JAME8E8HELB.
Has rernnred his WINI CELLAB to No. 18 H M
MONDBTBBBT bov. Third street- jr'
Ifloney! Money! Money!
PAWNBKOKEB'S OFFICE.
Remove A from 50 West SUHi-ttreeu
MONEY LOANED ON WATCHES, JEW
ELRY and all kinds ef Merchandise, at low
rate of interest, at No. 171 Vlns-itreet, b.twii
fourth and Ilttla. Ms

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