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rOCND,"e.,toth,eolllmni ocevpTlDf Art linM
or ten, two Insertions, twsnty-ave cents.
u i,'5."1?'"'!'''"". situation
m;4'Vn,,'! ! city, or to travel Vest a sales-
l fi ""ess UAUKua AMES, Broad-
VET-ANTED-HELP-Clerki, waiters, port-
??nk .1 Mn-r-"0'1 "! lo female servanta for
;?hl,Ji",ng;r?"?l,c,lIubirn'l nurse girls. Apply
tt?G.'!!"ml luraiaiion "d Agonoy Cfflco, Ho.
wk ;-We respectfully solicit tho palronnfe of all
"00 wish to hire choice help, either insle or female,
ourternisareso very mode rate 'hat they cannot fall
tO flivflHal flfnitlnn In -Il ul.n ... fu... ...1.1 11
SerTt, remember that our mode of doing business
Is different from that of any other office in the city.
Uive us a trial.
y A N TE D - CABINET MAKERS
,.To Seven good cabinet-makers. Apply at No.
in Sycamore, ouo door above Fourth street, east
J0 .. nepl'J-lj
YlAXTED-HELP-A situation lor a
WW nut-rate female cook, in a hotel or boarding.
J rls want situatloui for general work,
chamber work, to wait on table, nurse, sew, 4o.; a
woman wants a place In the country has a i
ssven Tears old; a German boy wautia sltua' i1
e!ti or country, to drive carnage or ' .'' !? f?
work -willing to make hiuisolf n- , 7 " ih
my oflloe, 307 film aud Ninth - t-tful. Apply at
sepUb' v et-
WA.Np"-B0ARDB, a lady, in
chSmtTI? A11?11, MA-
.ri),i,.TH , ISIS' - first-rate druithtsman.
WAh?I!D-MEN-Si,''' fcr clerks,
Wet iMfil.VT cll0Uts Clel", Ileltry Olfibe.. 2vl
-WTED PARTKEEt A man wiTbTSot
lii. vni ," 'hn $500 capital, to take an interest to
wJl,i iL.'"""""" .(,"lw 'n1 flouring) In Kansas,
at Nr, 4 r r." ,,,?1C,'CI ""Her. For particulars cul
t fl (J, 72 United States Hotel. " senU-b'
4jT ANTED A COMPETENT FEMALE,
wni7..,b!'.li?,HS?.IkiBt" 1" the business
engage In the Introduction and salo of rights t the
tauio, Large fortunes to be realtod In the busl jest
KeHAEIUlSBrr-strMV Cincinnati. sepl7b
WA.JSJK,Di.-.8IIUAII0Br - A married
onm wffl?JlL hmiS.0.'18 '" Port"
railroad., n-i' .V -,""""uu V" "
ajld, e J. f. cVPma V,n,JT,u f1-0- ".f
Imslnas. '.'ai- ,.,ea'l' ,la.bl" W lorn the
lmslrjess r. "01" 10 irn the print ug
fernS I iVm u1"0 ''9 hrt exr-rionco pro
ii rrui. Qdrcus si ., care Penny Proas OIBeo. snrl7b
r ANTED TO PURCUASE-An interest
i.. i. "J'ptohiuio manoiacitiriiig Dullness
u,Pf)'lnK K".'"1 P'ont, or .onio mercmtile liuxl-
X" ii?6 ;,vor,M;r can li.vestaiNpital of J:lo or
Sviith Hi i ,ll?'"l"of Uj.enotrecoived. Address
Bail in. atthls oilhw. ....m,.
JANTED-SITC'ATION-Ag wet nurse.
mlll"rnrfPiPHat lwf Wi)bteru.iow,betw.en Bay.
mill-rand t reeuianjitrt. sepl7b
ANTED MOULDERS Cannot. Mnv.
AKTED-BOY 16 to 18 years old, in a
UM guu.s t.ro. Aiipiy at H i' Utn-uuoot.
ANTED SALESMEN Three good
- wiiv.iiirji waiiivii tu go iu inuiana. i, oainen
il flniJ eniDlOVtllHIlt fltr .(.nil. nii.Mlllu unH hi. Ithr-
,ily Goniprnaatiid. lnuuire at onceofJOHN MIL.
IjEB, ProtsolBce. sop!7-b
"anted to Commission mer-
Hunllflcattiiiis. a thorough book-keeper and excellent
Mvsaiant desires eiuplnyment in any capiud y win re
fjissjTvtces will unappreciated. Kef-reuceafurnialied.
Adl'S A. A. AMHifclW.S, this otBco. opl7-b
TANTED-A SERVANT To do genoral
w honsework in a small family, lteferencus re
tulrrd, and good waKi:a paid. Apply at 14 Charles-
ji. ..' -auaj anu i womn, aud Klin mid
"TlANTED-TO WHOLESALE LIQUOR
IISAlBH8 A young man of txpcrienw)
wisnei employment a travelinR agnt; sneaks tho
pnnoipio lnnui!c, and la well aciiua ntod throujli
tlie country. Address C. 0. 13., Fry's Uoiel Jlniu
rVANTED IMMEDIATELY -
Telegraph Home. Ko. XIA '
Vomtin whu unuurslands lionsework-
Telegraph Home. Ko. MS Western-row,
wnu unuursiant s nonseworlt oook n. va-n
ug, ironing, c. Apply irnm- dlntely at tiiu Tele
graph Homo, No, 333 Wesiorn-row.
aniiili-atl'UA tiujn uy a young
man who understands running cylinder
riescea, Adams pressor, and all k Inds of presses used
n jib or uewspapttr printing. AddreBa "E W. C."
I'ftiss Office; sepK-aw
WANTED AGENTS To sell a desirable
work just publisliod. "Julian's Inlerost
Tables," containing accu-atecalculalionsot Interest
tS. 6, 7, S, U and b per cent., both temple audwm
Jpoiinil, on all sums from one rout to $K,nni), aud from
one day to six years. A rare opportunity make
money iu the Hilo of tills new. cheap und useful
worli. For further Information as to success, testi
mony in its favor, and terms, address (stn mp Inclosed,)
vi uppiy to . aaitAnu va v ia, ut x utu-stiees.
PERSONAL TO "JUSTICE" I have
your letter. Mv answer la ve! and. in addi
tion, will give twice the amount named lor the In
formation you propose to furnish, ttt w ust have
persoual Interview with yoursidf and friend. Name
tho time aud place. sepl'i J.L. VATTIKB,
FOR RENT PIANO-FOETE A (food
piano-f.irte. Apply to KKI.LOGQ ft WIL-
Lltms, o. 22 and 2-1 East Third-street. serl-li
FOR RENT HOUSE A frame dwelling
containing ten roomo. A portion of the upper
rooms will bo reserved for Ihe present by tbe owner
of the pioperty. Ji'or full particulars inquire, on
premises, dx iiaco-sueet, corner oi ueorge.
fjOR RENT ROOMS To a small family
till sprint, four rooms of a good brick bouse;
wmorsi tiiouour, yaruit, ac.,Di nit, tun miloo-sirceT.
Also, a lot for sale on Miiton-striet. Inquire at
coime aoove. sep!7ti
"EOR RENT ROOMS Lodging rooms and
omces ittr renc in un'on uiock. ohsi entrance;
inird stroet, Detwcen Llroadway and Sycamore.
Apply to Janitor, or
B. J. HRdALWliLL.
ieplw ' 148 Walnut-street.
50R RENT UOUE The dwelling
. of house 104 West Fonrlb-street. nearly oppo
site the Posti fflco. containing 1 ! good rooms and
a'tlos. including diulug-room and kitchen. Tola)
let alnnly or all io one tenant. lions in good
pair, with broad hall, bath-room and water-rloset.
A dtsirable location for iientiits or iMvnerrienn
rotms. Apply to 0. I JESSUP, 102 Fourtb-stnot,
10R RENT-ROOMS Front offioe
second finer of No. 22 Frnnt-atreet. Itetweon
aiain ana walnut. topiznt
-IL' sold for S O0,one of the bat-locatod Confection
ary, Bar and bal'inn-tand in the city, beautifully
fixed up Nidi-fountain, and all iaie linproyginentsj
dulne at present a nrst-rata btninsa) Kil l naniru
larg can bo had by applying at Jl"lloy'n Tea-siore,
n nixin rroet, ootw en rnim nna uestern-rtiw,
any flay, from tn to twelve o elites. eP'
"ICTOR SALE DINING SALOON Tho
and well-establislied Dlniiia Haloon. at I
tta haloon. nt Ko.
Hsst Pon tli street, htiving seventy-five prompt
lug niarners. ami a uootl transient trade. Fot fin
particulars inqnlre on tho premises. aepl7h
XSOARDINQ Apartments furnished or
M-M furnished, with or without board, at 67 Ninth
ireec, oeiweon wwuunuiu Tine. sepiu-
BOARDING A gentleman and ladyan
a few young men can be accommodated wit
Loard aud pleasant rooms at 42 Vtnn-atreet, between
Tr.'Pt and fcocond,
Acconiniodatlons for a few
TTJOARDING Two or three gentlemen
JD tsenre a pleasant room with board In a private
famil. where there are a few boardjurs, by applying
Immediately at no. luf jjongwortn-strtes, ooiween
jiidj aim fiura. sepiio-
O BRLS. OLD CATAWBA WINS,
' Vlntnm of laM. for sale at
i'Hl iM7wn nir.I.
WANT 8! WANTS!!'
Ir you want a servant, advertise in
THE PENNY PRESS
It yon want honse, advertise in
TI1E PENNY PRESS.
Ir you want to sell anything, advertise in
TUB PENNY PRE8B.
Ir yon want to buy anything, advertise In
TUB PENNY PRESS,
la fact, every want supplied by advertising In
THE PENNY PRESS.
sa-Peiiny Presa to tie Lad every
morning at the Couatlnfr-room door.
Only one cent,
Sen Hit. r. n ........... r. :, . I .
head of "Monetary." " '
Meteorolosrloal ohservutlona tnr ilia
PlNXT Pebss, by Uenry Ware, Optician, No.
7 West Fonrth-itreet, Soptembw 17, 1859.
Rcndav, Soptember IS.
59- Will you go to Tozor's beneBt to-night?
3"In the City Ptinon. at tho close of the
week, there were one hundred and thirty-seven
prisoners, (sixty-four of them femalos,) against
one hundred and thirty-five the urevioui week.
During the, past week seventy-fire prisoners
xn the tounty J ail there wero oicht lonatlos:
twenty-two teuiulee; three on bread and water;
thirty-five on ohain-gang; eighty-throe in
main jail one hundred and fifty-eight in all,
against one hundred and filly-two the previous
At the Commercial Hospital thirty-seven
persons wore admitted during the week; thirty
eight discharged; none born, and six died
i.Jgar ilarrell, William Glemoier, Louts
Stengel, and three other males, names un
known. In the hospital, Saturday evening, one hun
dred and thirty-fivo patienrs were under treat
ment, against one hundred and forty-tivo the
At the close or tno week there were but two
oases of lumll-pox iu tho Peat-bouse.
Sf Will you go to Tozer'sbenolit to-night?
Accident to a Aofo School-tucher.
John Hilton, who hud been a teacher in
this c-ity in 1810, was convening with us ut
ine Juecnemoa' institute. Uurme Knturdav
afternoon, about tho enterprino ha is engaged
in oi Duuuing a nouse on tne walnut mils
lot he has recently bought, 1o shelter him in
his declining days, when tho old eenllemeu
passed out, and, on the noxt square, met
with quite a severe accident falling into tho
collnrof the now Commercial building, exca
vated at Kaco and t ourth-streotu. it tno
popular sympathy has already beu awakened
toward him by hia former pupils, it will not
be diminished now, since he hua been brought
to death's door by au unexpected casualty.
Accidint Aliiost. "Our Andy" was
Inooniiderate, Saturday last, as to trut his
huge proportions upon tho back of a bay pony,
and started off on a little "rack." Ho had
made several squares to big own satisfaction,
and, as he supposed, to tbe envy of numerous
lees favored (?) pedestrian;, and was bending
down Elm-street in gay ptylo, when all at once
be was discovered by Councilman Snodgrasa on
bed of bowlders, with the aforementioned
bay poney very oontentedly reclining on bis
left leg. Andy's trotter was somewhat the
worse for being pressed against several sharp
bowlders by a weight of fifteen hundred
pounds, but the pony,' luckily (for bim) falling
on top. "got off" without a fcratoh; had
Andy fallen uppermost, however, ho would not
ave esonped so well. Verily, we believe
would have been tho last of the small horse.
T" John Johnson, a colored man, a deok-
hand on the steamer Dunloitb, got into a diffi
culty last Saturday about nice o'olook, with
Irishman named John Leary, which resulted
in Leary striking Johnson on the back of the
he'.- with a brick, knocking him overboard
ir. 1 o the river. His body was diligently
t aed for, but not recovered. Whether
,t:... from the effects of tho stroke received,
from drowning, remains a mystery. Those
who saw the difficulty think tbe stroke was
sufficient to produoe death, as the brick
bounced some ten feet, and broke into several
pieces. Leary has not beon arrested.
SiT Western Commercial College, tbe ad
vertisement of whieh will be found in anothor
place, is now iu full operation, in the now
building opposite tne i'oat-ouiiio. ioung men
who would aspiro to bo put through rapidly
and thoroughly should visit this establishment
betore entering elsewhere, as tbe leading pro
fessors are mon of ability. The principal,
Mr. Nelson, is author of the new aod praotioal
bock on mercantile calculations that has been
reoeived with so much favor by business and
Insanity. A man, apparently of debilitatod
constitution, named Herman Kroman, a native
nf Oldenburg, was before tbe Probate Court
Saturday, an affidavit having been filed
his insanity. Aocording to bin own
Btatomont, he formerly followed the business
a musician, and could play well on sovoral
but finding this business dull,
recently betaken himself to draying, and some
times laboring work. The pbynioian who
htm considered his intelleot tending
imbecility, but thought that proper treatment
might restore him to hoalth. He was sent
the Lunatio Asylum.
Will you go to Tozer's benefit to-night?
rirThe fair of the Hamilton County Agri
cultural Sootety closed Inst Friday. Tbe
lowing are the officers elected for the ensuing
year: President J.P. WiIon; Vtoe-I'rest-
aent J. snun ; Treasurer JS. Vt . Cunning
ham; Secretary W. Mills; DireotnrB J. Ken
nedy, J. Langdon, H. Bonhnm, J. P. Tweed,
H. Mahan, J. E. Mottier, George Create,
Bonnell, Joeiah Brown, J5. Craig, Win.
Wm. Edwardf, S. Ford, II. Poor,
Wm. Cone, I. M. Cochran, A. Eborsole,
Schonok. , . , "
A confidence woman has been playing
a sharp game oa some benevolent parson
the Rhine. Representing herself as a
with a son at the point of death, and in a
days afterward representing him as dead,
sucsoeded in getting several dollars in money
and lomo olotbing. She was finally found
have a husband living, who was a olgar-maker,
residing noar Findlay Market. Ofiioers are
the watch, but have not yet suoeeeded in
her. Her name is Ablig.
pif A desperate fight occurred near
Clnoinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad
Depot, yesterday afternoon, between Charles
Donnelly and Lambert Huhberst, which
in the former biting off the lower Hp
the latter. Donnelly was arrested by
Fletober and confined in the Ninth
Statlon-houso, and this morning will be
to answer to three oharge?, vis: assault
and battery, maiming and resisting an officer.
Prrsonai,. Our old friend and associate,
John G. Doren, Eq., of the Hill'boro' Qatetle,
has commenced the publication of a new
In Georgetown, Drown County, Ohio,
the Southern Ohio Argue. John paid ns a
last Saturday, and seemed very much pleased
with hi new location. The Argu$ will
found an excellent medium for advertising.
Au inhuman individual named Thomas
White was before his Honor, Mayor Bishop,
last Saturday, charged with being drunk aud
driving his wife out of the house with an up
lifted ax. Ha was found guilty and sent to
the City Prison for twenty days. , It should
have been twenty years.
The suit against Mr. Menassa Brown, in
the Police Court, last Saturday, was dis
missed In oon sequence of a lack of evidence.
It was clearly shown that the prosecution
was malicious and without foundation. Mr.
Brown was honorably acquitted, as many are
who are subject to like prosecutions, especi
ally in this court,
Saturday evening at about eight o'clock,
a gentleman was passing the corner of Fifth
and Sycamore-streets, when a rowdy Bet upon
him and hit him with brasB-knuckles. There
were no police about then. Will the Chief
picAse to supply all dark corners with a com
Will you go to Tozer's benefit to-nighl?
Lieutenant Cook, of the Ninth-street Station.
house, discovered, last Friday evening, a oouple
of femalos, named Susan Holt aod Mary Colts,
In the aet of swallowing a quantity erf Ituda
cum. Tbey were discovered in time to save
The County Commissioners, at their session
last Saturday, passed bills amounting in the
segregate to $68) 4d. A bill from the City
Water-works, amounting to $250, was paid un
James Hunter, who was discharged by the
Counoil Committee, one day last week, was re
arrested on the charge of vagrauoy last Satur
day, and sent baok for thirty days.
Boys are still in the habit of placing
bowlders on the Street Railroad track. One
night's lodging iu the station-house, and. a
heavy line in the morning, would, perhaps,
have a good effect, at least upon tho parent.
John McCarty, Pat. Quinlan aud Pat.
Deroise will have a hearing in tho Police
Court this morning, charging them with
stoaling a keg of lager beor irom a wagon in
tho Thirteenth Ward:
Fifteen hundred and sixty passengers rode
over tbe Cincinnati Street Railroad yester
day. The sidewalks along the route were
crowded witn spectators during the day.
That ever-reliable stand, No, 31 Fifth-street,
is ever fre h in ths puna of the puhiio, espeolally
ween a nice can of trosh oysters Is desired
Pete is always at homo. Oive him a oall.
An elderly gentleman, w'uose same we
could not loam, fell from the ferry-boat, at
tho foot of Fifth-street, last Saturday, into
the Ohio Eiver. He was rcscuod by Captain
Several boys were siived from being run
over by the stroot-railrood car yesterday, by
tho timely interference of tho conductor. If
boys will haugoathoy must expect to get
Samuel BuFh will have a hearing in the
Police Court this morning, upon a oharge of
stealing a horee from Mr. Qoorgo Hill, last
Thursday ovonlng. He denies bis guilt, but
tho officers seem to know him of old. Time
Tbe boft drauttht-horse exhibited at tho
Hamilton County Agricultural Fair, last wook,
was :Billy" Glass's big grey, belonging to
Washington Firo Company Ko. 1. Ha carried
off the first premium. ' ' '
The Board of City Improvements meets
tbe City Building this morning. Persons in
terested will please take notice.
Will you go to Totor's bouefit to-night?
The Cincinnati Synod of tho Presbyterian
Church will cotomenco at Hllleboro' tho twenty
fifth of this month.
The Excolsior Towu-ball Club of this eity
played a match game among themselves at the
Orphan Asylum lot Inst Saturday afternoon.
We understand that several euurmous scores
The street-railroad oar was crowded all day
yesterday. Tbe company expect to put on sev
eral cars to-day.
Tho colored boy, Phvtt, who was run over
by tho street-railroad car a low days sinco,
considered out of d auger.
Seventy-one funerals wsro reported hy thirteen
undertakers at the close of last week.
Julg, who murdered bis wife some mouths
since, will be tried in the Probate Court next
Wednesday, on a oharge of lunaey. Julg,
will be remembered, has been trying to starve
himself for several weeks past.
Tho Demooracy hold their primary meotings
Thomas E; Allen will be tried in tho Police
Court to-morrow, charrjed with stealing seven
ohiokens. Tbe chickens may be seen at
Don't forget that Mr. Tozer takes a benefit
at Wood's Theater, to-night.
Will you go to Tozor's benefit to-night?
"Lost child, lost child," was heard
the streotc last evening. Again, we. say, visit
tho otation-b ouses. Children when found
conveyed to the nearest station.
Palace Garden The Horticultural Fair
having closed, H. E. Morris, Esq., a genuine
"down-east" Yankee, is back in his old quar
ters with new and unpreoedented attraotions.
See tho programme M'llo Estelle Esmonde,
tbe Stella Sisters, and a host of stars. Think
of it a nice promenade to music furnished
Mentor's cornet band, and a splendid concert,
all lor ten anu.
Stbkst Cry "Child Lost." Every time
we hear this cry we are reminded that a city
telegraph line would not only be an aid
the firemen and police, but to anxious pa
rents and lost children. When are we
have a fire-alarm city telegraph?
Da. Ealinu. The reader's attention
asked to the oertifioatos of Choinnatiand,
another column, indorsing Dr. Ealing's skill
as a surgeon. The array is certainly a strong
one, and the parties accessible to all.
t " '
Guaroian's Sale No. 4 Homj-stsret.
This bouse and lot will be sold at two o'clock
this afternoon, by C. J. W. Smith. See
,7seThe Memphis Arqitt states that Cniit.
L. B. JenkB, of Cincinnati, has determined
locate at the Bluff City. Oh, what a change,
' The nit to H. Frost, Esq., for a oopy of
United States Police Gazette.
The criminal branch of the Common PIea
opened at the usual hour on Saturday-Judge Carter
on the bench.
At ten o'clock the Grand Jury reported hills of
dlctmeut against the following parties: Martha
O'Nell and Jacob Horn, grnud larceny; Wm. Wado,
do.; vTin. Silvey, do., (stealing a large amount
g dd coin;! Th is. Fisher, do.: Jackson Stoughti
audS. Davis, do.; John Kli in.do ; Jiorris Sinimonds,
petty larc-ny. (three indicthionts;) B. Connelly,
Adam Kenslng. niallcionsstabbing, (two indict
menta;) Caaiineriiuest, do.: James Burgau, do.;
ltichards, do.; John Wallace atd win.
assault with Intent tn kill; Win. Cunningham
assault and batterv; Daniel, Patrick and
FInley, do.: F. Beresford, do.
William Wa.lo and William Silvery pleaded guilty.
' Adam Renslnv, when first arraigned, through
interpreter lu Merman, entered a plea of guilty
tec .ud count in the indictment, (stabbing lib
to wound,) but siibseqnatttly wjthdiow the
andentetod a plea of not guilty. '
Heverul other prisoners wero arraigned and entered
pleas ol not gmlty. ....
Defendants who are under recognizance will
the earn forfeited it they do not appear on Mo,
APQUiTTAL.-The Slate vs. Sarah Mcrrlwesth.r.
Tho closing argument for the Stwewas made by
Oalnes. The Conn then charged the jury, who,
a deliberation or little over au hour, brought
Verdict i f not guilty. ,
As soon as tho vordictwas annou 'eed, Mrs. M.
up and shook hands with each of the jnry, and
as she was leaving tho court-room, "That
had she been treated right, the charge would
have been preferred against bar."
fAnv communications from ortriJf leads ' wilt b
thankfully reclved. Addross 'f Pri Jluporter,"
Box jl, Covington, Ky.l ."""V-
There are eleven nrU-oners in our jail, two
ofwhomwillgo out this morning; one. female,
whose term expires, ana me noioiioiw nu ;'s;"t
who goes on a trip to Frankfort to reside for five
ears, no is a lime more mail iiiuij
.erveri tw.lvo and a half years iu a certain publio
Institution t the capital. He bears hi a new honors
in the service of the 8tato wlih meekums, and an
nounces his Intention, wlieu his prwnt term -plres,
to retire to private llfo. Ve think, in his old
age, he will review hie past life and laim,
"had I but served my God with half the leal 1 tarred
The Kentucky State Fair, held at Lexing
ton, closed on Saturday last. Itwasoiieof tho Oral
........i-...ti.... thtk Ntnte AffHrultulul So.
.Ill1 V III; Wl .. '- . . . .
clety, and the cily, during the week, waa crowded
Willi strangers from all parts of the Lnltud SMes.
Tn- f!nvmtT asd Paradk. The concert at
Odd Follows' Hall on Saturday evening was largely
attended, and f he mnsio was of Menter'a beet. Alter
tbe concert came the parade, which whs a (trand af
fair. Tho rnceipti of Iho concert aro to be dwtiibu-
ted among the poor.
Accidrxt. Whilo a boy named Child, re
siding on Bank Lick -street, wiu handlliia; a (tun on
Haiur.iay morning lard, it w accidentally dis
charged, the contents lodgliigin his left aide, wound
ing uim imeioiy, uuiuuiujou-") .
The different churches were iroU filled yes
Quite a drovo of osttle passed through our
city yesterday morning, from the interior rt tne
State, bound for the Little Miami Railroad depot.en
route for New York. 'Clmy wero of tho first iitutlity
of beef caitle, raised iu the Blue drasa rogiuu.
A special meeting of the City Council will
tako place ou Wednesday nsxt, at 4 o'clock P. 11;
There were no cases beforo the Mayor on
suviuni.ir mnrnina. and no crimiual business trans
acted iu tho Circuit Cuurts.
There were eight marriage-licenses granted
by the proper oltkoin last week.
IBubscriptioin, advertisements aud cernmuiilea-tlous,
addressed to the "Proas iieporlor," Box o, will
le attended to.
Robbery at thu RaBLOff Ifocss. Mr.
Timothy Connely, a Sere ant in tho Litited Sta ej
anur, attached toone of Ote coninmlo; m lexas. imt
who is now . ut on fiirlousrli has beeu fur t;m tune
stoppiug at iho Ikriow House, cornor ,u.r. "u
r'ront-strouts. luring last week he mado the ac
nualntance of an individual who called I birast It
Murphy, and reproentlu hlmelf as a lneri-liaiii
Irian the Kaston hi. way to Texas. At
of Irish descent, and both destined for '!'''
place, an intimacy soon .-pning up, and IHurpuy iro
posed to wait at Jievi port until Ouinely wits ready '
return, lu order to avail himsolt'of tln'jadtantagok
of bis actiuuiuliinies in tiio cenutry. Tho prupual
tion beii.g accepted, Ctmnoly took hia friend in ton
Harlow tluuao, oiiK'igui ooarn mr nun nm.i-i
gave him part of hi. own mora. Having r mu iia
twnnr throe days long enough to learn wnrru Ain
noly kept hia mo;ievlio nb'otilod himself ou injur
day nigiil last, uTtcr Mr. Pony, ihe landlord, lu-t-enod
the house. A bout ono o'cl itk yesterday morn
ing a man was soutitoeutor tho yard uf tho how,
but tho person who saw him, "upposlug him to be
a boarder, made no alarm. Taking a Isdtlor, no
climbed to tho window, wMcli wa hoisted, who
Connoly slept; ho reached in to tiio etuud dr.iwer
wbote he k.pt bis wtitch, took It out, Hie" roauldug
further In he robte d the pockutn of C'outmly pimta
bums of Sir "I. The watch was worth about S2i.
This iiiti.-tilna Ciiuiiely. ac ompiuiitid by oihrer
Hinafall, crow d ov. r to tjlnciuuati, anil wiillud to
the comer of Walnut and Front aarrols, mid there
stopped a few iiiiniiciils, wlien iho iiloi.tiral oltirnhy
cunie up to Iheui and was immediately scited. ;hen
Ue.tr tiio lorry- o.ii ho luudo au effort to llirow the.
wii.vili tutolUe river, bui being uieii in tune, one i
tha men crotn.ttnyiug thu olHcor prevuuted him
fiom S- doing by hitiiiigbU band, mid knorkliig the
wab-h f otii it, doing It no funh ir daniago ihan
breitliiiig tho crystal . V hen on tho iioal lio guv up
al tho mouoy but thirty cents. Ho w;us lo;.gid in
lull 11a Ik b en,,ff.,r In thnH n:irts. S;'d fold tlS UM
name was Tom t uton, bu. th probulilily ia that
butu tnat aud iturpuy are an ises.
Scbscriiirph ov tub Frkss. Any of our
readers failing to receive tholr paper thU mnrntntr,
hv lenvhi? tliAirMililri.K4 In lliiV Rri. IVtslOltiCO. Or at
Uanglimiiii's ntore, cornor of York and tlehview-
streots, win Daw tne paper oeineroun mem tegu-
lar'y aun punctually noroaiiiir, o navoeiiK"iii'u
now carrier lor tiio rotito, iiuti, being uiiac.;i'..iiiilcn
with ihu nil.lresH ut' all oi one natrons, niny tml
leave the paper. To such as fiil to secure tho Ptitss
this mnriiiiig, by leaving their names atoi her ol the
aoove places, wo aasuru mom a rucun-ouce ui iuw
same w ill not take place,
Rix-AtTAY. Tho homes attached to ono
Mr. T.lni'k'. b,.r.,mi took frluht last Saturday
evening near ihe ferrv liiniliui;, and ran off, eiimsli-
"vo Tsi:"i'," niueii to the ducouifituru of bouio of tho
frieuua of tile bevornuo.
Wo wero mistaken in regard to the mutter
of tim steatnbOiit .lud;re Mcflure, when wo a'ntcd
that It would not bo sold. Thosnln ill tako plueu
aa ailvort inud. Our authority vn tui of tile inter
ested parties, but it appears ho was luistnkou.
A. tight ocpurrcd on bourd the Nowport
ferry-boat Sunday morning about two o'clock,
tyiviual nirsons wero tuigaReil, and souim woro mado
bloody, but no serious wounds wore mulcted.
The School Bmrd have ordered a new pri
nnirv school. and apDointod Mrs. Wothmcll to lake
charge el It.
SATURDAY, September 17—3 P. M.
During tho past week Money mutters have
been romarkably clotie; toward.' tho lattor pnrtthftro
wuaan iniprovud foeiing, biit there whh ti general
complaint iu regard to the scurci'y of Curremy.
luei'o wasuvory larito uitioiint oi nrst-ctass snorr,
dato Paner oll'reil. aud ctlKtultiers ontv wero liccoiu-
tnodated at the rate of lltoiiSncri'uM. Tho retiltir
Discoiiut-lionttiia refiiiod all initiiido miines. nnil til
atreet rate lor tfood nnl.siiio I'jDer. t-horl -date, rtllet
ill 1 nee cent. 'I'lie httsittexrf of Tilird-stroot wa.i
actiie during tiio entitowrek, Willi tho osception of
rrio.-ty, wnnii Wiis noieti nr its an linens.
Htururn l'Yetiiuii'ii renin iim v.trv llrm at l nroniiuill
seilinir ralo-liiniiit; :it j',iJi.S cents. INoujo dealers
nnil) rlielr nelslibiir the selllliL' rate.
Hold dull at 3u cents, buving-soiling nt I(i(i!j por
cent, premium. As tiio couutur dcmaiid bore isvt-ry
moderate, tho largor ivurtoftheQoldis shipped 12aat
Now Orleans Exchange )Hmi discount, buying
rate nolliug at purivyti premiuui, with but little
k'TrhanffA on the Kat,t. in Cilie.fliro. 1 V Pl-ppnum
and very hrm; in Ht, Louis, lirui; m Louisville, H
fiii- fTAiitni L'v rnrld4.
Illinois, Unconfiiu and I"wa Cnrrrucy 1,'s por
cent dliroutit. IlisiuurlM Discount Heavy, leu-oeF-see
No rha'ige in Laud Warrants or Treaan'V ftotes.
Kkw Oiuvtkbfbits. Is, on the Bank of America,
Mount Carmel, III. Vig. ft male seated, oaglo, shield,
anchor, ate 1, female 1, die.
ids, on the City Hank of New Haven, Conn. vie.
New Haven common 10 on both upper cor ncrsX
on both lower corners female head I .tweou the sig
natures. , .
3, on the Mechanic' and Traders' Bault.Jorsey
City, H. J., photographed fn m (isniiliie. Ig. car
p utur planing ng. 3 uud d.o ou right oud-noid
flureon left end.
it, on this Abingdon Bank, Abingdon, Mass. tg.
two females and coat of arm. lig. 5 and medallion
bendou riglit eriAlig 5 on lower left cimur.
ay, ou the i iink of tho Matenf Jlinsouri. vig.
two femalBn seatetl ocar iistr ng box, with sieambout
la the distance in each comer aro bust of Jackson,
Scott, Perry aud Van Huron. Tho appearance of the
bill is good, aud well calculated .0 deceive.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
SATURDAY EVENING September 17, 1859.
cest; FLOUR The market has not changed eusen'itily;
if any, there is mure firmness. The sti .es comprise
nil brls..rhieftv extra brands, at $4 SO j! 1 3.'- for super
line, and $1 :M,: lor extra. 1,761 brij. wero leouivcd
tbe last tw uty-lour hours.
WHISKY -A good demand and a firm market,
laics of ao brie, at a34023)3c. tho latter r-to for
PROVISION'S There was a good demand f"r Mess
Pork to-dny, and ciiybrauds would soli ut $14, but
wit are gtinerully hold ut $I4 -b. Cuiinfry bran la
can be boug'it at Sit. t which rate 2K) lirls. sold,
andSOhrla.c' at 14 23. Nothing doiiiu in Bacnn
SO one lbs. bulk rihoulilers sold at i'4c. tides aro held
at S'c. No sa as of Lard: it is hold fit lfftjrtailo.
OIL An ncllvn di'iuali'i for Lilisoed. with sales of
so hrls. utt'u.,and itibbrla. atSfc lndiciitiug eaater
'"fi'ltOCKRIES-PiiBar steadv, with sales of ffl hhds.
at Mi&VAc. Molnsses Btondy; 100 brU.sold at30to.
WHEAT The markot conllnios firni, with a good
demand a' full prices, ftilosoi' 1,500 bnshola prime
white at Jl in; 250 do. io;l do. nt Jl K Sue do. at
HI lit; MO do. fair red at J3c ; 2MI do. go. id do. r.t Wo.;
vxirto prime do. nt$l; ftuOdo, hill atSl; SbOdo.dam
aged at. 70o . ,
l.'O UN-There ) an Improved demand, partly
speculative, for this article, and buyers Hre now
r Bering 7o for fair mixed, without, loading to any
transactions. HoldersnreaKkiiiir 72(J7Dc.
RAKIiEY The market romiiiis linn for prime
fall, and pri"PS are woll sn.tuiuiid. A sale of 1,1100
bmlfls prime fall at . 75e. . , ,
RYK-Tho demand is fair, and prices eteatly at
liA'I'S-Thfi market is dull t Mc.
CHKKSE-Thedtininnd continues hrlslt, and prices
areetlffer and a shade botter; aulosofliOObDi.es prlmu
Western Reserve nt SHic.
BIIII'STUIF-A sale of in tuns aliipttuff at !:oper
tun, and 10 tuns bran at SH.
IKtTGood Photogruphu, ilnlu or colored,
ran be had cheaper than elsewhere nt thu Central
Ittllory, corner Fifth and Western-row, in charge of
tTFriel At DloCuIro, No. !i58 Walnut
street, are prepared to exhibit the best goods at Ihe
lowest figures that can be found In this market.
Qlvo thorn a call. They buy for cash, and soil for the
tsrS, II. Pnwiit. Advertlslnc Accnt, Ko.
rO West Fonrth-streot.
Wjr Dngnerrean Gallery, South-west cor.
ner of Sixth and Wpslorn-row, over Hannnforrt's
drug store. Pictures taken am', put In good cases for
twenty cents, Warranted to 'please.
OHIO STATE FAIR.
—AND— Columbus and Xenia
—AND— Columbus and Xenia RAILROAD.
rBlHE OHIO STATE FAIR WILL BE
JL held at Zmeivtlle on the noth, 21st, 1M ant 23d
days of Mopiember, lr.:.9.
Trams lu.iv thi Little Miami Depot at (A.M.:
8:2b A. II., and 11:30 P. il.
Fare for the Round Trip, $5.
Tickets good from the 19th to tit. 24th of Septem
ber, ineluilre; to he h id at No. I Unmet House, cor
ner Thin! and Vino atreels; Walnnt-alreet llouxe;
south-eat corner of Fruit and Broadway, aud ut the
Little. Ml. mi Depot, E ift Ki out-street.
kvplii-ttsdp J. DUltAND. fiiperlntendent.
GEORGE M. DIXON,
niroarsa and sialib in
PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, EX
TRA quality Medicines, Pharmaceutical pi
puratlous, Glassware, Paints, Oils, ' Btntfa, sc.,
North-east cornor Main and Flfib-srreeis.
BOXES "HECKER'S." FOR SALE
1 by UKu. M. DIXOV, lirugiiist,
seplS-aw North-eaat corner f iftb and Plain.
K. CASES. "HEAVY AND LIGHT."
J ssle br flliO. M. MXON. Druggist,
North-east corner t ifth and Main.
Faints, Oils, &c.
Ptft BRLS. FIRE-PROOF PAINT, DARK
Ml bi ts. Venetian Iter!, English;
Kii asks Kreneli Ochre;
ot) bi ll. Whiting;
ill brls. Putty, in bladdera;
While Lend. Lln.eed-olt, Ao., at nisniifsetiiroia'
prices. For sale by
GE. M. DIXON. Drtiairist.
sepl.'i aw Norlli-eust corner Fifth and Main,
Choice Cigars and Tobacco,
dY THE MOST FAVORITE BRANDS,
Vf alwnjstebe had at ur;u. DIXON'S,
. pis aw
Norih-enst corner Fifth uud Mam.
CARPETS at COST
I WI'iLUK-MOVKTO MTT NKW STOUE,TJSiDF.It
AND OFFEB Mt IT.F.SliNT STOCK AT
Greatly Reduced. Prices,
OS West Fourlh-siret l.
--FUJI SALE BY-
EICKF.Y, MALLORY & CO.
MV THIRD RflOK. A rollcctfonof Tnlrs.
Ily L -iii- Clianoler Moulion, aoihoruf "Tnis
Tiiatuud tho Other," ic. 12iuo. S'.
HFNTIV ST. JOHN, (Jentlomcn nf Flonfi
of Ittiudrcds. iu the County oi Prince Gotife, Vir
citiiti. A Tale of 1774 and 1775. Bv Jehu Hasten
took, author of "Virginia Comedians," tc, U'uit,.
A l.IFK FDR A I.IFK. Br the author
"John Halifax, tientloiuan. " 50 cents.
CiERALU KITZ(!ERAL, THE CI1KVA-
Litiia. Aiy unuriea Lever, viouipioie. uuteuia,
-TUADB SUPPLIED EY-
RICKEY, MALLOIIY & CO,,
Professor of the Guitar and Fluff.
Ladles and Onntlomen wishing ln
's3(M atrnc ion on either of the above in
1 airumonts, will receive prompt ut-
the Music Storm of w m. 0. Holers 4 Jf
Suus; John Church and Wni. M. Fsttid. i Qui I-
A. C. STULB,
4 TLANTIC CABLE RESTAURANT ANI
J:. WISE AND LAQKR liKKU SALGoN, No
71t Western-row, Cincinnati, Ohio.
HUT My bar is at all tiroos supplied with choir
Linuors and Cigars, sey'nm
LABGE ASSOHTMENT OK
rOB SALE BT-
At his new Store, lit West Filth-atrcet.
Dutch Flower Roots.
TACINTIia, TDLIPS, CROCUSES ;
L'.llvnf the Valley. tc.
Received aud for sale at
. w. HASLTINE v CO 'S feed and
Agricultural Wareluui.e, 171 Walnut street.
O I Gc ES'S
Any Style of Orntea rnn bo t or Besot witli
A H THE MERITS OK THIS VAI
Cm. (TAIU.R Improvement have beon fully osiab.
iuneu in this cily aun vieinny by ovor rt iv tnun
HANtl who hitvn iisetl if tim niist two winters.
presume it Is only necessary to remind all who
sire ReoNOMY and oomvobt Ibat the semen to proper,
for winter tins tirrlted, mid lhat It would bo well
have the ir Orates reset beforo the F.U.L Hotsr.-ciKAS
ino rommeneen: the aoonor it is dune Ihe bottor.
Onr workmen leave no dirt; there is no necessity
removing carpets or lurnliure.
Ativ nommiitiloatinli through mail Will rorslvi
pr.mpt attention, and descriptive Circulars will
sent gratis 11 desired.
4-iinea-inT M left nt o.Q0 West PI frh
street, where ihe Futrnt Stovo may be aeen
j. il. nias a, . v.. s-reiii letore.
Or J. BLAKFLY', Oenernl Agent. seplfic
BRLS. APPLES, EXTRA.
Itecelved and for sate by
S. W. HA.r.LTlMi. & ro.. Need and
Asilcultutul Wnrohousc, 171 Walnut-street
AUCTIOV SALE.I1Y KELL0 V
WILLIAMS, Bale-roomi it and 21 Faat Third-
ireet. Cataloute aide f tine Plated Ware, larga
Gilt Mirrors, vc.-Ou TL'LbOAY M'lltM NO, Hep
teaiber : 0, at o'cl ck. a stock of flno Kiiv-r-plaled
Ware, direct ft in the mauuiactorits, viz: Tea Sets,
Cutors, Fruit Baskets, Cups Pltctaeis, Spoons, Forks,
Aiuit.r iisoea auu r-mier ivntves, sec. . f . .
ALSO .Ml tare. Pe-ranfl .Mantel Oill Mirmra. as
sorted (lies, and other goodi, U be sold without ro.
AUCTION- 8ALB.-BY n. P.MItEri' .
A CO., No. 33 Main-tret-rooeries, Dim.
ware and Wrapping Paper at Aur.tiuu "rfo will sell
oa TUESDAY MORNING, September To, afo'rloi-k,
a general variety of tjuipts Orocorlea, l,lusare and
AUnii ror account oi uom :i Tnavcoocurn. wkd-
out reserve, 176 bxs. and teiuiple I'.vs. a.. Hy. and
Mo. Tobacco; lio h is. rlmoklngdo.: I im itn I'laifonn
Srale, in good oi der; 2 uew aud secnnd-iniwi Connwr
Scales; 2 larso Warehouse Trucks; Crowln rs, t ant
hookx, Skid., 4c; 2,000 bdls. C, Al. uud Jl. 0. Jta,:
and Straw Paper.
sepiu u.a. piiLiao auci loui-em.
CTION S A I E BY THOMAS
.IOHNISTON. iu Sales-rooms. No. 03 Main-street,
below ihird.-t-i.iond large positive salnot 1'orolgn
and Donieslic Diy G".da, Tailor.' and Clothiers'
Ooorls, Boots, -I'oe-', ilnls. Cape, Ac, at Aaetion.
TUKShMl MOIiNISO, eepteinoer 2, ci nimtineing
Ht o'clock, Kill be .old, in cstal'ijue foiio. wlili
out rtwrvo, over .vm lots of I'reshly-lniporled i or.ii n
anu liomestir Dry Goods, coiupi isti;rf tlie most il--irable
assortment ever offered in ihi city at Auc
tion. ALSO-Largs and desirable sto -k of Merchant Tai
lors' and Clothiers' Ootids, with lino Cum -i Mils and
Drawers: flno Linen Shirts, Bosoms and Collars, Cra
vats, Mnfllurs, Jtc.
ALHO Large stork ofDiesa Gunils, wllh heav"
Brown thetiuga, Bieachod MnMitu. Tiikinq?, bai
brantis of Prims, Flannels, Apron Ch vks, Ctlug
hams, &o. '
ALSO-IO eases prime and fresh stock of Boots.
Shoes, Broaaiia, Vt onion'., Mens and Cbil'lrou
Sh",'s, Li uts, Caps, .to.
sepl9 TH'18. JO.IISHTOX, Anctltini ej;.
AUCTIOX SALE. BY THOS. .rOHN
STON.ln Sale-rooma No. 95 Main-'troet, next
to the Trust Coinpiny Hank. trrnnd larg- r-.aui.o
fall sale of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Olntb
iera' ItiMids. Hoots, r-hoes. Hats. Ac ,nl Auetlon.--OulUKsDAY
MiiRNIhO.Seoteihber'ai, will IwsoM,
ivitliout reserve, at vH o'i lock, a lai;te and valualdo
stock, comprisli g over .ViO lots, In SJe-i-ooms No.
Ualn-street, below Third.
The attention of buyers is particularly invited t,
this halo, th stock being froah, atnl tho most desiri
ble evor ollered at auotion iu thin city . t.uods will
bo arranged aud so'il I o cata log'ie form .
8pl7 TIIOS. JOUNMOS, Auetloner.
UCTIOS SALE. BY JACOB GRAF I'
. k CO. Library of very choice Unol.x an (
Boi.k-caso.-Wlll bo sold at Anvliou, on 0:UA
fTKKNOON, September 19, at :i:i o'cio. n, ni ur
Storo, i.c in Kast Fourlh-atreet, n enoice selertioit
if Books, be .iga private Library, in wtiifii win in
bund Llttell'a Living Age, 40 vols.; Bl.iekwood's,
ils ; Harper s, IS vols.; hnlcKorbocKer, in vois.;
haksneare, illustrated edition, 8 vols.; Pi tnam, :
ola.: Iltdon. vols.: Leslie, ft vols.; International,
nils.; Magaxino of Art, 4 vols,; Flctorliil Field Bock,
mis ; umiey s magazino, .ivois.; -oih?i.iii rwii,
d aiuin.h3rof other Books; 10 vol. Flute Music.
ALSO A handsome Pook-easo.
JACOB OR AFP, Auctioneer,
aeplT No. Ir. Ka-il K. un hree !
(P U A K Dl A VS S AI,K.--A T W 0-STORY
JT Drbk Dwelling, No.4 Home-snr.-t. betwwn
Kourth and Fifth and Klm and Plnm-Hi'so:. Will
be sold at Publio Auction, on MONDAY A FTBU-
NOIJN, aeptemlwr IV, Itou, at iwu o cioch.on inn
remises. No. 4 Home street, a two-aiorv iirieR
liwelllng, with six rooms, cellar, hydrant, hie eii-
rahfo. iVo. The lot la twenty tret Iront i.y ninety
foid d-pp. Title perfoct. Sal poHi.Ive. Tiirms--jl,i'nl
usn, naiHtice iu one una two year-, -nn "i v
nt. intotodt, to bu securwl bv mur'gage on tho
premises. V. J. w. SJit iu, nnMionier,
Jl ..1 I lll'-u,ri.
John W, Siir.prAED, sr., Guardian. eepl -it
TnE FIUM OV
SPRAGUE & CO.
WILL OPSN IN THKIIi.
1ST o w t o -jl e
South-east Cor. Fourth and Vine,
THURSDAY, STH liVST.,
t;tith the r,ARr.r.4T ai
WW PKKTTIE8T stork of Goods I r IHKN'S
WEAK ever oflerod In Clucinnnli .
THE STOCK (! '
PIECE GOO DS,
ro make up to Measure, will lo large and Yi'.ried.
iVo have a
Mew Corps of Cutters,
Krom New York and Philadelphia, who prom ts to
iiitlorstaud the art of Cutting Stylish tinrmeiits to
IW For past favors we return many thanii, find
lope to merit future patronage. Truly,
SPRACUE & CO.
80. JS80. $80.
Thirty-Dollar Double lock-Stitch
SF.CntED BY KECENT LETTERS PATENT.
'iHIS MACHINE HAS BEFN PRO
1. NOrNCED by all eomretent.1iid.iris. who
i.ivo seen It, to bo the best and ni'.sl deMiaiile Fam ..
iy Hewing Msohine over Inirodmeil, ro il (llrm
of price. H will sew all kinds i t t.tnulv- uoiidii,
toiu the very thickest to the very hurst fabrics mado.
tod uses all klnda of throed, from No. 8 to 2'ifl.
No oil ia used nn lopof tbe .tlr.-liino.
Send ft ra circular, or -ull and sro It in operation.
pun eaily application, Slate aud County Elbhte :i-ay
Au energetic person can make a fortune In a short
nme. Agents wauted In all uusidd t-rrltory.
II. '. B 11T I.1V,
Si le and exclusive agent for the U el lid Steles,
aepllfmt OS Weal Fourth-street, Onanist:.
WE INVITE YOUR PARTICULAR AT
TENTION to our large rollortiou of Hlcli
i iid Elegant
HI B BONN,
A larre aelactton from all the novelties of tiio sea
on. Also, tbe largest and most complete osaoitmont
To be found In any Jobbing-house In tho West. All
if v.hi h we offer to CAHH AND SU0RT-TIM1.
UCYEUS at EASTKRN PRICKS.
W, r. DEVOU & R0CKW00D,
83 AND 85 PEARL-STRI I T,
sepH CINOINNATI. bw
W GENTLEMEN WHO COULD NOT
obtain our now atyleof Hal on Saturday are Informed
'hat we have Increased our facilities for mntinfaclnr
itig, and shall havo a constant supply nf this elegant
Press Hat always on hand the " Ne Plus Ultra " ef
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
No. 149 Main-street,
ONI nOOB BRL0W TOCRTB.
AT LAW, Chase Buildings, Bo. o'RsstTlilid