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WANTED.
"WANTS," "FOB BABE," "TO LKT," "LOHT,"
"FOCND,"eYo.,ln this column, occupying flro line
or less, two insertlous, twenty-Are cents.
WANTED COOK A. gooil oook, to come
well recommended. None other need apply.'
Call at HI f lflh-Bireet. aarMio
WANTED J 0 OR N E TM E N SHOE
MAKF.KB On calf and kip loot bottoms
timl fitting. Apply at 33SAS Ftrtli-utreut, bwi-eii
John ami Bmith-stroots. sepTUb
WANTED ROOM A furnished room, in
ft privalo bouse, without board. Address C,
Al., at Mils office, sopflib
WANTED BOARDING The advertisor
wlrhui to bUtiu hoarding for lilin.wlf and
wifo In a pclvaht family, whero there are no other
boarders. Location to bo wllhln four noiisrcs of Race
mil Hixtb-aU-oeta. Address M. Al., at this otllce.
sor:i)'
WANTLD-SITUATION B7 a thorough
nrlntAr.who Is competent In nrk nt Man in
tbo Kngliih, Qorinsn.French aud Italian languages;
onn also do press worn: would havo no objection to I
lection to
(M to tbs country. AituresB .1. c. If,, at tills office,
WANTED S I T U A T X 0 N-Aitro7,
middle-aged nwn, with s"nio knowledge of
blacksnilthliig, and ogee! mechanical genius, would
Ilk. a Bltiiiulou tn conipleta tbu trade. Address
BIACKHMITll.atthlsolllce. p,b
W" ANTKD AUCTIONEERS To notice
tliat the advertiser wishes to gut a situation
an flulosman, in this city, or to travel West us sales,
roan. Apply to or address CKOHUG AMKS. Broad
way Exchange. . sopl9b
WA NT IS D HE L P ClerksTwaiterB por t
ers, bar-tandere. men used to the, euro or
rows, bones and stable-work, one or two industrious
men to go tn wt. Louis, sovernl young men to travel,
one or two errand buys; also fcpialo servaula for
rooks, dining-room, ihnrahernnd mirae girla. Apply
nt Iha General Iiiforniuflou and Agency Office, No.
:wj Weatern-row.
N. B.-Wo respectfully solicit tbo patronage of all
who wish to hire choice help, either male or female
Hir terms aro so very inodemlaihut they cannot full
10 give satisfaction toall who may favor us with a a ill.
Hervaut, remember 1 hut our iiK.de of doing braiiica.
indifferent from that of any oilier oftlra in tha city.
Dive 118 11 trial epltMit A, I). CAItpuN ft CO.
WAN TE D CABI N E f - MA K ERS
Seren oo4 cabinet-nutkani. Apply at No.
IM Hycaraoro, 0110 door aliovu li'oiutU street, mi
epw-b
WANTED -TfELP -ATituatfon foTI
flrst-rnte female oonk, In a hotel or bonrdlnir
nnnan; us irl wane altimtlcua for Beiienil work
rliHinlier work, to wait on uible, nnrmsnew, An a,
woinau wanta a p'nre in the country hna a boy
eevou ynnraoldi a German boy wants a idtiintion in
rlti or country, to drive fiirnnRe or Jo any Unlit
work willing to niak. Iilmanli natful. ahpIv at
inyolIUii.Stjf Kliuaud Slnllntreet.
aeplKb" THOMAS rtCCHANAH.
.V"ANTED-BOARD -By "a "kdy," in
w aprhuto family wbere tbore are no oilier
boardera. AdilniiS. 17,., 1'rean offlce. oplll-b
WANTED -TO ARCHITECTS, UT
CHINJeTS, Ac.-A first-rate drauithUman,
.architectural a id nu":hanic:il, aciiiiiilnted with pr
epecilve, Ac, wishes forim eiiffiiHomimt. firHt-i'luaa
KSTS"?.0" ImotitulH glvu. Addrem HLKI8.
'flKT, i'eniiyrrenaolllce. fepln-b
WANTED-MEN-aituationiTorieAi!
book-keepera, Baleeuieu, n-irterB, coopsm,
lar-koper, nieoliaiilca, Ac. Alao, business cbaiicea
tor men with Inrge and email rnpllal. Alwly to
UAIV0' MwUautii'Clorka Jtoglstry Oliire. 1
vt rifil,atreit. aepivb
AlTTSbPAlfWlt-r"wit
!ts;"Vm W"l"Pitiil.to take 1111 intenat In
tbo Mill bifliwsH (Haw und Homing) in KaiiBan.
PllnillK'r. i'orpnitUiilniHeidl
Hi Mo. 73 l;uilcil Httttw jlotiil. seplll.li"
WANTED MOULllERS Cannon Bt'
Mouldera. (I. W. BAM, Cfl,.
P'T-a , , rjjaaln-atrpet.
WANTED - IM M EDIATELY Z M the
Telegraph Ibniie, No. 3M Weatorn-row. a
woninn wbo underataiulH homework cooklnii.waili.
lag, IruniiiK, in. Apply Immediately at the T0I.1.
Itraph Home, Mo. 3.18 Veiorn-row.
BOPld-tfJ
WANTED SITUATION By "ayoung
man who undersuiij!i rnnnlog eylindor
preisee, Adams pn asee, and k! klmla of prosHeauaeil
In job or newspaper printlUH, AUUroas "h. W.l'"
PreB(IIBee. ucpl6-aw
VTIANTED AGBNT.S To aelladeniralle
m 7 work .J'1"' Pi'blinhcd. "Julian'! Interuat
Tnhle,"coiiuiinlni acciirntecalouliiilnnsol Intereat
at , 6. 7, , V and HI oercnut., Moth elmnlo and com
pound.on all suiusfrom unooeiit to 6in,o(K), and from
onuday to b x years, A rare opportunlly to innka
money In I lie io of tlila hhw, cbeup und umful
work. lorturtberlufonnutloii as to aucrees. tenti
mon y In its bivor, and erm a. add ro (sla 111 n I nclosed.)
or apply loJ. li AZAKU DAVIH, if! i'lttt-atreet.
sep2-aini
LOST.
1' 03T-S5 BEWABD-Fot tho rotura of a
A black and tr.u tnrrlor do);, about, a year and a
ball old, which atrayeil i ff on b'rblay iaat. He bad
a chain colini on hia neik when hn left, with my naiiio
engraedoult. U. 11. l'li()lt,J2 Wulniit-street.
seplfoll'l
"IT OST LOCKET Iiatwoon Coat Ftreot and
JU tiie Purk alreet M. K. ("Iiurch, lialf of a gold
loLket, eoiitaliitng a cnild'a miniiiiuro. Thoviiluo
of I lie lorket will bo paid to the Under If returned to
Do. 211 G,'t-tioet, or lw, la l'tarl-atroet. sepaob
FOR RENT.
Oil BENT HANO-EOrtTE A
good
Wit..
piiino-f'rte. Apply to KfiMOOO A
L1A.MS, No. and 24 East Tliinl-siruer
i.ast 1 hinl-Kiroer. ner'.-be
F
OK RENT-B.OUSE-A frama divallin.
contaiidns len rooina. A nnrttrni ,.ftia
roomiwlll be luaemd lor iha nnoni u 11,,.
ol tho properly, tor full paitieiilaro inquire on tbe
premiaea, 3ii bace-alreet corner 01 OnirLo.
p!'jb
IflOR EENT-B00M3-t,'0i:u7r"""nnd
.... . ,ol,l0' "r rent in L'lilon Uloclt.o'.iat enlrnnco.
ihlrd-atreet, bouveen llnmdwajr and rVcumoro.
Apply to.lanilor, or
,, . b. J. iiimah( ki,l,
aeplilaw J.(S Wiilunt-etreot.
lOa ItENT-liOOMS Front cfQoe""B"nl
M. aec-md floor of No. Frout-atroot, lietneou
JUlu and Walnut. Beplihf
FOR SALE.
FOK SALE SEWING MACHINE A
haniNnmo epcuaed rtunwoort towing machine,
(Hunt A V'ehBler'8, loanbo had atarvaaonable price.
Applynt IM Woat yi.tth-atreut. eep:'uc
FOR SALE DINIKO SALOON Tho old
and well-established Dining Holnon, at No. R
fcait t'ouith-street, having seveniy-llv prompt pay
ing boarders, and a good transient trade.. Fin-further
particulars iiipiilre on the premlee. Stfptt1b,
toOIl S A L E S A LO 0 N 234VTr7e b trcet
Jl. one door from tiixth bar and (dovon rooini,
well fiirnliihed and paoored, and doing aooil bunl
ness. Near Wood's Theater, lmiulic 011 Ihu prem
iseH. S. II. 1IKI1I,1N1:B. !,.,:(
FOB SALE CONFECTIONARY AVuTbe
old for $.VKt,r,nn of tho beel-locuted Confectinn
aiT.TJar and Kai,i.atanila in Iho city, beautifully
Hied up Kidf li ur.iain, und nil lute imnrovemeiits:
doingatpresentalirsl-reto bimini'ss. Full parlloii
bira can be hud by applying nc ilolloy'a Teu-atore,
arid Hlxth-atreet, between I'lnm and Weatorn-row,
any day, from tan to twelve o'clock. apl9-l'
BOARDING.
BOARDING Apartments furnished or un
fnrnl ahed, with or without board, at 117 Ninth
strnet, betweun W alnut and Vino. arpltib
BOARDING A gentleman nnd fitrly ami
a few young men can he neroniinodatcil with
board aud pleasant rooms nt it Vine-street, holwi en
Front and Second. Awouiniodiitiuus for few lny.
boarders. e.plO-ct
DR. FOSTER,
Tho great Natural
CLAIRVOYANT'ANDSEER,
Baa arrived and taken rooms at the
South-cast corner North nud New-streets.
laeplfrtiw'J
MILLDTEBY.
A TABIKD AND ELF.CANT ASSOKTMENT OP
FATXAND WINTKH
NOW READY.
tVSISS BLONC,
100 West FourUi-sfrcet.
Isepl7wt
. NOTICE.
ALL FEED-STORE MEN ARE NOTI
FIES that J. 0. REED'S MILL, now on ex
hibition at the Mechanics' Fair, will grind twenty
fire (29) bushels of any kind of grain erery night,
free of charge, at the Fair.
sepl7w KRKI, IIOtAniTlD & CO.
WILLIAM D1KNUY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Chase AlulldiUgs.Kv. OKast Third
Urtet. ... ispJ-ey
THE PRESS.
Tl'EHDAY.
...SBPTFHIirR !il)
WANTS! WANTS!!
Ir yon want servant, advertise lu
THE PENNY FKE83
Ir ron want a hoiuso, adrortlsa in
THK VENN Y Pit KM)?.
Ir yon want to tall anything, advertise In
THE PBNNY I'EEHF.
Ir you want to buy anything, advertise In
THE FUNNY PRIthS.
Ia fast, every want supplied ly advertising In
THE FUNNY I'RRNI.
li 1
CITY MATTERS.
Penny Press to lie hail cvwy.
innriilnir nt the. r mint Iiirr.i'nnm ilnnr.
Ouly one cent.
jpff Metuorologloil obaerratloni for . tho
Vftsst PBnaH, ky Henry Ware, Optician, Ko.
7 West Fourth-etreiflt, Softombor 19, 1859.
O'clock. Barometer. Thernonieter.
1 A. Jl 2'j.ia 7(1
12 M.
..... 15 77
...2V.1J ,0
J.A!
INKLINGS.
Washingloa Plro Oomptniy No, 1, of Slorra
Township, oeV)bratetl tho Q.'st onniroraary of
thoir organbation yonterday. The exnrciso
consisted of a, grand parado ia tho motniog,
tnrgot -(hooting in the afternoon ond a grand
ball in the oyienirjg at their engino-houuo.
NotwiLhataadiug tbe rain wbicih provailoil in
tho fore jrart of tho day, lharo was o largo
turn-out, and all enjoyod themselTtn,
The rjrratest card-v,'i iter, lierlinptv, in'llio
Wont ia J,U. Edwin S. Bitriln'.t, who may ho
e,on iliu-iugthottflornoon nnd ovaniag tit tbo
luecuanics' lair, J'ikog Otjcm-ioiux', nud
tlurinp; tho foronoon at, tho Oibson Hoitfc.
Wo tonvo examined BjiccimcijH of Mr. Ji.'s
work0 and tuko plcasuro in rwnnunonrling
him. to the public.
'Chiof of Polico Wilson, with a jwnof po
I'.romfldo a doacent 'on a houso of ill-J'nme
au Is'intlnstreot, last ovouing, kept l.y Mrs.
Emma ProBs, and orroateil th mitres!i ar.d
u ruwber of her boardom. Thny will bavo
n heiifing in tbo Police Court, thia morning.
Mrs. P.gavo bnil for her appearance.
Biddy Do ffy, Sarah Noland and Kato Hedge,
three notoj ious vagrants, oltempttd tocaoapo
from the City Prison Sunday night. Sarah
and Kato were tuocessful, but poor Biddy, in
ju mping f rotn the roof, had horlog broke. Dr.
Wobb attended to lor wound, when she was
tent to the Commercial Hospital.
JorepJo Barriooe, tried in tho l'olioe Court
yea'.enla y on a oharge of petty larcor.y, wag
tecognii ed as the individual who epenptd from
tho Ohiio Penitentiary some weeks ainco. He
was oftu voyed to his old quarters by Lieutenant
Tom W alwin, yostorday.
Tho, Ohio and Mississippi Railroad Com
pany Javo osuibJlfhed a telegraph otfico at
Storm, for the benefit of tha residents there
about. Mr. J. H. Wanon has boon appuiutedl
openitor.
A man nttmed Bison, residing in Ludlow',
fell frcin a poroh cm Sunday afternoon, aod was
so severely injuroxl that littlo hopo id entcr
tained of his recovery. Ho was intoxloatud at
tho tiuu.
What has become of tho Cincinnnti "Pio
noers?" Tho stieet-rails nowcrufs tho tri
angle at Third, and Lndlow-streets, where
tho City C'ounoiL fiBSiguod them spacn for the
monument.
Tho cape of. Chan. Donnelly, charged with
biting off tho lo r.r lip of Lambert Hubberst,
wasosiiled i-4 tho Polioe Court yenterdiiy, and
oonlicued uum to-iaoirow.
Fifteen person woro onnnnlttod to the City
Prison yesterday ly tho Polico Judge.
The trial of MoCarty, Quinlan and Dcroise,
for stoalbig a ke 5 of beer from a wagon iu the
Thirteenth War 1, laat Sunday, was culled in
tho Police Court .yesterday, and eontinued until
Thursday next.
Mrs. Mndeliiio Ahlig, the confidence wo
man spoken of in: yesterday's papers, wns be
fore His Honor, .Mayor Bishop, youtorduy,
cbin-fled with street-burning. Sho was sent
to tho City Prison So, thirty dayn.
Seventy-one rynas 9 woro disposed of iu tho
.olice Court yjstecday, mostly disorderlies.
Tho eearlot fevor,, which prevailed some
weeks since to an .alarming extent iu this
city, is abating. Wa hear of'but few cases.
Jnugo Lowe i expected home iu a- fow
days. IVuring his absence, Mayor Bishop
lias trawled 011 the "f, ;st line."
Workmen aro busily ngnged in erecting over
tho Miami Canal, g.t Wal nut-street, a handsome
iron bridge of Stooey's manufacture, instead of
that old rickety tyooden fltruoture.
One hundred and fire dollars was reoeived
by tho oonduotor of the Street Railroad oar,
laRt Sunday.
A fair for tho benefit of Disoiplo Church
(colored) in boing hold t Franklin Hall,
corner of Sixth and Sycamflro-atrecls.
Tho C'oun ty Commissiononx, at their soasion
yestordoy, passed bills amounting in tho ag
gregate to $5M 28.
Tho Attditor was requested to notify the
Comniissionoraof Dearborn (bounty, Jtid., to
meet the Commissioners of Hami lton County
next Friday, at ten o'clock, nt tho Auditor's
oiTioo, ruliitive to afTiiirs connected nvith the
Harrison Bridge,
Harriet Smith and Frank How wm dis
charged yesterday morning by, tho -Board
from the County Jail in coioeiuenoe if not
being able to pay fines and costs.
Daniel Hollman, Stephen Guisor, Christran
Dluk, Chns. Wolff und Adara Runaver, were
fined $3 and eosls each, in tho Polico Conit
yesterday, for fast driving.
The "fli-eat Faitern" was a fizzlo, yoeterdar,
at loast with a number of perilous who applied
at tho corner of Vine nnd Baker-street for
tickets; How is this ?
J. S. Cook, Esq., the well-known horticul
turist, left the eity Inst ovouing with a large
amount of borfusti and out flowers, for the
State Fair at Zanesville.
While ot the Fair do not fail to observe tho
working of Jonathan Croager's eclipse shingle
maohine. .
Coal, in large quantities, U being shippod
per river and railroad to our city.
Hon. Abe Linooln Bpoke two hour and a
half, in Fifth-street market-space, last Satur
day evening.
The prisoners confined in the County Jail
held a mock conrt, last Sunday evening, and
passed a aeries of resolutions for futute man
agement. A neat two-story brick dwelling was sold,
yesterday afternoon, to J. H. Overdldk, for
$l,6ii, by C. J. W. Smith, tituiitod No. i
Home-street.
Tho Ohio School Library will Tie ro-opned
about the 1st of October.
Tbb Old Dominion at Kkstdckt Btatb
Faiii. Tbe Old Dominion Ooffoe nnd Tea Pot,
Toney'g Ico-creara Freezer and Excelsior
Weatherstrip Moulding Milk-pan articles on
exhibition at tbe Kentucky Stale Fair, at Lex
ington, by Jos. R. Green, of this city were
awarded the blue ribbon. Our friend Groen
is determined to show tbe world that the above
artioles can not be beat.
'STThe residence of Mr. Jno. W, Gellinger,
ion Dayton-street, near Linn, was entered by
burglars at an early hour yesterday morning,
and robbed of six dollars in cash and a quan
tity of weaiieg appatel.
'TLwwg'MLi".'ifiji sViiiiMaBBiei
TUB 1'KHIAItlKH TlIK DKI.EU.VTBft AMI TnK
Dkmocratio Cokvextios. The way to get
olllce by parties on each side, how-a-days, is
to get tho delc.ptes, nnd then to "rough" it
in Die convention. A wholo heap of man.
agemenl is nenessory to fix up n ticket.
(,'or.xinf;, turentouing, fighting ami blood
shed, in a patriotio way, aro resorted to, if
each n resort is neecasary. Tho sovereigns
did not get thoir tickets approved nt the pri
maries hut night without bruises nud blood
shed all for our bleeding country. As tho
griatoeratio "bloods" don't partini)'ato, the
lively boys always attend nnd direct tho
ward meetings. Tbo following lists of the
delegates to assemble in convention to-day
have been furnished us ns. reliable:
DELEGATES.
fiVif flaro1. .Tames Molloy, Samuel Bailey,
Hcmy Biirger, Phillip Carrigan, Ilichard Cor
coran, Amlieiv . Lamb, Miles MclJonough,
Montgomery ?tcphcns, William Dwyor;
faaimil War J, Hagh Kronn, J. W. Bioh
ardson, A. J. l'ollnnh.'.fohn MoDonnell, J. A.
Benedict, W. II. Glazier, .1. B. Martin.
yntrii Hurif. Cbnrles Campbell, Samuel B.
llirnt, Peter Keefur, Alexander Kliao, Charles
Ksdolifle, James Catey, Thomas Butler,
Nicholas Wolff, John B. Kratb, Benjamin
Schwegnaan.
Fourth Ward. M. Connolly, Joseph Sum
mer, P. O'Brien, B. Wubben, W. Carrol, M.
Disckraan, Thus. J. Peter, B. Smith, K. Mul
len, J. II. F. Oroene, Thomas Corcoran.
Fifth Ward. Fred. Pfeistcr, Wm. Smith,
Daniel Wolf, (icirgo Sclt?r, Ilonry DavlJ,
J litres GraDsn, John Kbafer.
Sinh 1IW,-JB, Armstrong, Bobl. B.
Quinn, J. U. Storiuold, Robert F. Adams,
Mat. Kolly, Bit. II. MycrB, B. Einnignn, E.
Dyer, T. "Mttkor,' Rioharii Pookua, Tetcr
Murphv.
Svfut Wiml. G. O. Thielman, Co. Fox,
Fred. Blum, Peter Itubor, Henry ' Mever,
JTcrmnn Korle, P. fi. Ajros, Jonathan Em
erson. H'il!ilh W'lrrl. AVcsloy M. Cameron, James
M. Artii' trong, Bichard Smallwood, Jiunes
Ab'i oy, J tin. 1 nrynu. .1. A. uomiey, v, in.
Eenili'r. Vi'ni. L. r'ar.nn, Barney (Miller, P.
irealy, H. L.iiiolil, P. K. Eoach. !
A.'nfi Hon.'. John Hauck, H. Meyer, A.
Walker, 11. Jlncl:, Jnsoph Ncwhouso, If. L.
Kntonknm), Jp.mea Seifort, J. McMasUr, II.
Hetumelgiiin, H. Knula!;f, J. D. Sullitn, A.
Bchnefer. H. Thole. ' 'V
'Anth IVuni. Wm. Kuhn, Jncob Diuhl,
F. II, Oelilmnii, Win. Leopold, V. C. Sohroe
dr, II. II. Cohoret, J. H. Lohr, i'ctrr Muel
ler, Lambert Heeman.
EUvcnth Ward. A. Uollenbeck, F. BoreBford,
R. Spies, L. F. Casting, J. Kumnier, M. Sta
ler, J. Hccbt, G. Moorman, F. Le Saint, II
Nicolui.
Ticelfth Won?. Joseph AUck.'A. C. Btnlb.
Henry tSehwein, Louis Geyor, Wm. Taylor, F.
Heitniaii, Henry Stalkampf, M. Kleiner, Jnhn
(3. blanker, Henry Sicking, John Ir&ybell, J.
Baumgortncr, B. Bichter, Michael Ziegler.
Thirlennth W'aid. There is a contest in this
Ward, two tickow olaiming to be elected : l
vid Butlor, Dan. Uickoy, J. O'Donnoll, P.
McOabe, Wm. Kenny, P. Beidy, M. Flanna
gun, P. Campbell, Ed. Joyce, Wm. Eyan.
Also, tha follonitg: Charles O'Brien, P. J.
Toner, John Begin, Henry Curroll, Peter
Campbell, Kdward Joyce, Daniel Donovan,
Jerry O'Donnell, Edwurd Burk, Alfred Kosle.
Fourteenth Hard. A. B. Wilson, Thomas
Hester, Thomas Meara, W. S. Manison, Sam
uel Uopf er, 0. A. Evesiago, P, Hill, Jonas
tieaman, Tbomns Lynch.
Fifteenth Ward. James 11. Parrel!, Honry
Lauge, Nal. McOormick, P. Mclveonn, Benja
min J. Robinson, Letvis Sobuoir, Hiram Powers,
John Dean, J. 0. Fratx, Thomas Whitney.
Sitei,th Ward. T. 9. Tierman, A. C. Chris
toiit.or, J. Coleman, T. Mounoy, Dr. J. Merrill,
William riillSipa, William Sullivan, jr., A.
Strllob, L. -Mo K won, M. Brogau.
S-ventcmth Ward J. M. Young, Levi Ad
ltiuB, H. II. Maolicy, John Khoitrer, B. Van
Ben Sooten, R. Hulen.
Kxetutim Oimmitfeexien. 1st Ward, Peter
O'Neill; 2d, J. Bell Pollock; 31, Samuel B.
ilirat; 4th, D. McCoy; fltli, J. J. Livingilon;
6th, John W. Uublng; 7th, 0. 0. Theiluiun;
bth, Br. C. S. Muscroft; ih. Henry Thilc;
101b, 11. II. Cuhor.il; llth,!,. F. Kasttnr: 12tli,
Valentine Eioheniaub; 13th, John MuOrath,
P. W.Cttlliban; 14th, B. P. Churchill; litb,
C. J. AV. Smith; 16tb, John Hoke; 17th, H. H.
Jtortls.
The only Township Committeemen whose
names havo been reported to us are :
Ktorrt3. H. T. Orone.
Suuth-rntt Jrtcinet of Mill C'wj Alexander
Johnston.
a?" Win. Lansen Beplno arrived in (bis city
i 80Bi0 B'C5B tota Leavenworth, Uansar,
"n(l :00K: Possession of room No. 100, at the
Madison House. Saturday night lust his uo
tions were of such a nature as to eioite the
fuspioious of Dr. Cahill, tbe proprietor of the
Madison, as noil cs that of the servants. A
pervant wag piaoed at. hi? command, but be
bitterly rclused any attention whatever. He
waa found a corpse in his bed Sunday after
noon. Coroner Carey was sent for, who sum
moned a jury and held an inquest, the result
of which was "death from palpitation of the
heart." The jury, howover, were of opinion
that be committed suieide; but in tbo absence
of positive evidence rendered a verdict as above
stated. A lettor was found on his person
bidding his friends good-bye, Jtc.
Stariuso Aitaib. A fight occurred at tho
polls of tho Democratic primary election in
the First Ward, which resulted in tho inflic
tion of n sovoro, if not mortal, wound upon
.fumes Finn, a hnok-drivor. Thorn were two
tickets in tbo field, and a dispute nroso as to
tho legality of 0 vote offered, and the ubove
was the rosult. Tho crime was committed by
a man named Butlor. Ho was promptly ar
rested and lodged in tho Hammond-stioot
Station-hoiife.
Xeiv Teachrku Ai'poinked nr tub finioor.
Board Last Nioht. Fourth District, Lnttra
Winter, .20; Geo. Goeking, $35. Tenth Dis
trict, Theresa Gorton, $2S; Alnnn Brnnner,
20, temporarily. Twelfth District, Adol
pnus Frcy, $46. The Trustees of tho Sistb.
District n'ro authorized to appoint two Gor
man teachers, one at $30 nud one at $20,
AMUSEMENTS.
Woon'3 TiiKiTiB. To night, a young lady,
Mjsr Slui'hin I'rapo, w ill m ito her nvnuT, at this os
talilishiuout, lis the "Countess," iu linowlea'e beau
tiful rlHy,ntlled Lots. Wa have on several pro
violin ocC4aiona referred to the young lady na hi-ing
beautiful, refined and cultivated. Wo di-jin Itim-necn-Htiry
for a repetition of theaa traits, as we be
llevo the theter will be densely crowded by our
citizens, h are ever willing to assist those who
aeek to oil ml) Ambition bight. A H'arce, entitled In
and Oct or Hi,acri, will ck.so tho entertainment this
evening, with Miss Fanuy Deukmn in several mirth
pruvukiug characters.
Palaci Garden. This cheap plaoe of
amusement Is crowded nightly by the lovers of fun
nnd lughtor. Promenade concerts will take place
every evening in the garden, aud afterward a varioiy
entertainment will be given In the concert-room. If
you would onjoy yourself with a few hours of relief
i'rom euros and trials, go to the Palace Harden.
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
CiriL Sine Bonn No. 1'. .Tudgo Mallon
called default cases, and tookalargs numberof cases
on aubajiJslon for jiicNmeut.
Mevenil citlyma wero glao naturalized In this
brunch of the court, many of thoaprliointa desiring
to vote fur delegate In the evening.
In tlw afternoon motions wero called,
Ejihyvtiso a WalT or itiiariTtinoN. -Joseph Enr
rel, iionstnbl", executed a writ el rcOilutlon on tha
ninth cif, tho tenth day boing SntAiy; and on the
twelfth ly hn received notice that tee cunrtallowei
a w rit of rrr, and b was coiiiiuvudcd to restore
.posBHisslnii. A allowing was made that lie hud not
obeyed the order and proceedings of lliecoiirt, and
a rule to enow musa why heahouid not bo attached
loraonnteinpf was burned. . -.-,
Tim plaiotitf cluinia Hint when tha wnt of erior
was tiled and bond given the Magistrate and i.'onntn
ble were bound to Btny procai-dlugs when they hud
tiotioi. TlieConstablaanaivored.aiid eonteniis that
the writ must be executed within ten days, aud bo
gavo the p:irty tho lull time.
Tha questions Involved will benrcuod before Judge
Mallon before Ihecnae ia dispoued ot.
CbiminaI. Mtna. Tim Mate vs. Cornelius Cassady
and Cbaa. Hayes. The indiutmeiit Cinrges grand
larceny that, on the I5lh of July, the uefendauta
stole J10, the property of W. 11. liedaun aud Vhas.
According to the evidencj of the witnesses, Hayes
went into the atom of the pro-aeiiting witnoas, 011
the corner of Race and Court-streets, ami took tho
money from a drawer, while Casady kept watch on
the corner of the street, iiayas cacuped the omtora
ettlmt time; llaatady was urrcati d, and had ou bin
peraon seventeen ilollure.
On tho part of d-f"ioe two witness fnovt under
charge of Urcnj ) itiieil that they mot 11 a ca after
tbe oceurronce. and he ahom-d them w bat nioiioy bo
hail 5l.t miking tlie entire iinmunt only :12, and
thus reducintf tlieoifenee to pent larceny.
Th, jury hroucht in u verdict ol'giiiltv, and as
sess"d the prrtpjr,y UK
Win. It. Keii- tor tho .-lute; ile'i,rs. It. Johmoa
tud VY. K. Jonea ler Die prisoner..
The principal businei-a inmiaatod In the Probate
Court joatt-nlny was tho naturalization of for
eigners. ,
COVINGTON NEWS.
Anv conununicationa from our frieni't will be
thankfully received. Adilnwt " Pieos Uoivrrter,"
Box 21, Covington, Kj. . .
iMDsrEXDENCR FAtP.. The annual fair nt
the Kenton A gricnltural Ko-iety will commenca one
week from to-day. lixbonii., prepartii.ma are In
pn gress lorn grand dispNy of agi'lcultiiral product"
and nianniiictiirera' articlet. Tai- uiunagen isro gen
lletneiiel high utaiiilin j, aid th' greate-t posiil'le
care will hn tnkeii 10 Insure perfect iinpartloli'v
in the awardlni; i,f l)ie preinliiiiiy. (.'onveytimvs
will bo on bund for tbe iieconiiiiodatien of pc.'
tons gidng thither from Cnringion. 'J'ho follow
ing will lw Iha order of exhibillou: 1st daj, articles
of manufacture; ind day, ralile, slieeii ami dugs; :id
day. Huddle and ilraut lit-horhus; 4tli unv. barueaa
horses, Jacks and mulce: r,ih day, ncriciiltiiral iniple
menta und products, iho exblbitioa mil b gov
erned by Iha following
REGULATIONS.
1. Any person may compete for premium", fico of
chargi , In auy c r all of tho ring-i oxcept tbe roudster
truck.
'i. Tha exhibition will commence on each day at
ten o'clock, by which time entries must bemad, with
the Secretary, ' .
.1. Stork or other aTtlclca that have token n pre
mium nt this lair will not be aliened to ba exhibited
in tbeaarae rinr.
4. All stock must be exhibited by tho owner or
breeder, and manufactured articles by the manufac
turer or bin authorized agent.
ti. All agricultural productions, fruit, vegetables,
Ac., by the producer.
6. No penon, other than tho Judges, will be per.
milted logo Into tlin ring where stock iiexbibltiug,
except tlieolllcers.
7. So premium eball bo awarded where but one'
articlo nr animal ia exhibited, nolose I Ik- Judge, eball
decide that such animal or article in worthy of a
premium.
8. Any pcraen entering the fair groitndi clandes
tinely will lie lined tnllio extent of the charier.
t. Persons aro forbid sidling intoxicating honor on
the for grounds.
III. Allpremlunisof three dollara nnd upward will
In paid in plate, . all uuih-r In coin or plate, r the
option ot the cLIuiaiit
il, All articles must he entered and labeled before
(hey will be iicilved hy the Mnrahal.
Hkpaibiso rnri Wbabp. Wo seo that John
Carney, lo whom the contract for grading and
macai)ami7lng tbo wharf was recently swarded by
tho City Ooiincll, haa comnicurod hia work in
earnest, and the proent apiwirunooH urn that, if tbe
lugh-watar dooa not com men; e beforn the usual
time, tho whurf will iioaoleucainat its power,
Messrs. Cncheu ,fc Co. will exhibit Ilioir
living picmresor American history at Odd-Fellow V
Hull to-night. Let all attend and get t!i worth of
Uiclr money.
Wm. Mooney, who attempted suicido seme
tiuu) binco, ij recoveriug.
NEWPORT NEWS.
I Subscript ions, nlvertisementi and rammutiicn-tluna,
addressed to tbe "l'resa lluporter," Jlo.x Si.will
la) aileadod to.
Bo Found TnR Sunni: Ftiu.r Idhnti--nrn
N'amr, nminnsf b or ins Ur.r.Ai iiii, Ac, Aa
OBTAiNtP. A box ronlulnli g a grint number of
shirt -tin tlons, thiinbb-a, Ac, and a ck containing
sumo cotti'u hanrikerclilefs nnd shoo-strliiBi, the
property of the recont auiclde, wero fonnd ye:.torduy
moriiiiiKnearwherehis body waa discovered, by Bob.
ert Hoek, of Cincinnati. A liunibjr of letteiB were
in tbo box, from bis hrotbem, and unn from his
lather, the latter written nearly two years aco.
From there tellers we gather the following: His
name was Janu s lUiuleiBoii, bia lather resided iu
('avau, Ireland, and hail tioen in good circa instances
cure, but hy Rome means was reduced to poverty.
The three elder hoys (of whom .lumen w.ia one) weru
reck Ions, and ivims to Aniei lea, anil erliied mucli to
Ihe weight which was pulling the old mm, .town to
Iha grave. Tlio youngest, John, ' a atendy man.
and Htipportud the old man in his declining years.
'Che fiitberdied about one yenrngo, and his last iluys
were Kinbitlered by the conduct of three of his sot s.
This was told to Jaunts 1 hla brother John, now of
Dublin, and aiknou. lodged with grwii grief by
I'aUlclr.ononf. the three, and whose rfslduuce la at
IA1 Creeimich.atroet, New York. Whether reflec
tions upon lliaee things detracted bitu end nosed
biui lo conunlt auiriili) uruo:,wecuu never know,
but this wedo know, that remorse l always tba re.
-ult of folly, aud that ho who uould live ton happy
old ago must "honor hla tut her and niuther."
Theartlcles found wore of 11 tt lo value.
Soveral buys wero out hunting on last Sun
day, one of whom was lined S3 JOutidcosti.by'Siitilro
l'avno, yesler Jay aficrnciu. I'bi others will hay.
to follow suit.
Tho Campbell County Fair commsncoa to
day. Let everybody attend.
Police Count. James Mnddox, for disor
derly wmduct, was titled $. mid costs, yeslcnluy
m'ftiiug. Patrick Murphy, the bnrilar, was liu'il
to bail iu Iheieimof Sfi.iKo, in dc-lnult of which Uo
was committed.
MONETARY.
MONDAY, September 19—3 P. M.
To-day being Monday the Money market
was unusually quiet. Exchange on the Kastern cities
remains llrm at t premium selling rate;bulug at ti
Olii cents. F.xcnaiige on New Orleans h discount
uiiving ratoj eel lint! at pnrfaifi percent, premiuni.
Gold dull at .10 cents per hundred buying rate; aell
Ing at 4.'ir. percent, nreuiiuui, with but little do
maud at the counter. Most of the hanks ship East
for Exrhuugo.
So change in I'ncurrent Money,. Currency very
close.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
MONDAY EVENING, September 19, 1859.
rnOVISION-l.-TUero was a good demand for
Bacon to-ilay, at '.-ic iur sides, and 7ic. for ahoul
ders; sales Mi hhds. aides at 'Je.MO do. shoubler.s at
T,V-.. and do. clear sidea at 11c. M I'ork il in
giiod demand at S14 for cliy, but boldtra generally
ask Sn M.DI4 Micnnntry braiula am uttered ti )H:
a sale of l.'obrla. two-year-old uieas at $1 .'.0. Noth
ing transpired 111 Hulk menu l.urd is held firmly
at losiiailc.
F btit B. Tho market ia steady and price un
changed and firm; sales Iftli brla. annoiliiieut ! :si;
3011 iilo. extiiiat tft ', anil Ml do. X. whito wliont
at
W If IHKY. The market i active and prices ad
yanced Mc with auicHof 'j;o brls.at Zii(ftX'jr., tbe
latter ratelroni wagon.
GKOCEitlEti. Suger ia steady and prices un
changed; siileaid hli.li, at (IfciW.'.ic. i.'oil'ce steadyi a
aloot2:,rackpriuioai 121..C. ilolassee unchanged.
OIL. A good demand for Linseed, with aaleaoftw
brie, at 57r.
HKKD.-Tiniothy is very dull .-mil pi icos have ftir
lhir declined: a sale of .") bushels at il).
VVHI-IAT.-The market is llrin.wltli a good demand;
ales bualiolH prlm while at til HI; -ton do. good do.
atSi it;ado.t$l UTi7W do. fair red nt urc: .TOO
do. prime do. at $1.
t'lUIN. ThuOoiiiand Uactivo nnd prices' hnvn ad
vanced to7.1c.;aaln5uli biislnds at ;:tc., and um do.
at 7;.
It A KT.KY.A Rood demand for prime lull at 7:c.
K h. Tha liiarkot is stiadyand firm nt;:ii74e.
DAT.i. There ia more iniiuii-y, and the market is
nr,7?r., " quote a'a?'.. 'lie. iwtho ruling rates,
Hi U'S.--A sale of JOU pounds pew a USc
CUKlK. halea of 2KI boiea Western Iteaei-vo nt
f fsc J tho market is tlrm at :. for prime Wsteru
Reserve; Sijfni'Jc. for extra large do.; luiii,iic. for
Knglisli Hairy; 12c. for Nutnug, and r V. for rior
too s I'iiiHiipplo.
BUTTEIl. Thoro is a good demand for prime
tte.tern Hesorro, and prices are firm; sales 1'ofift, kio
choice uestern Reserve at liic., and luo do. good do.
at 14c. .
Steamboat Register.
AHBIVAI.8-Suiilny. Fairy Vuoen. Maysrille; Tn
dlne, Porlsiaonth; Superior, Louisville. Mondny
Kmma ilrsham, Cairo: Clippvr, Louisville; Buy l ily,
Huck; llacotah, du.j U. l acker, Uo.
1)1 rAUTt iira-fnudaj. -Superior, Louisville. Mon
day. Fairy (jueen, Maystille; Clipper, l.oulville;
llellnuce, Marietta; II. II. Uamilton, big Saiidv,
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, September 19—P. M.
Flour heavy, aud Sn;iuo. lower: tales 13,(li)9
bile, at JIM 4n for siiperi'iue Mate; ?4 4 so for ex
tra do.; Hunt M tor superlliie Western; Si SO lor com
moil to good extra Weatern, and Jl 7.V,,') 15 for Inlu
Tier to go id frcsh-ground ehipping brands round
hoop Ohio, 1 losing heavy. Canadian Flour nominal
at 1 75iW for extra. Jtye Flour quiet at & Wift I 311.
Wheat more uetivn, but at a decline of Ifri.'c.: Bales
4.1,1100 bushels at Si 17 for now white Michigan; $1 m
(A So fur newwlnin Konlneky; ?l Ktinl So for while
Ciiuailinn; $1 l(. J for white liidiinui; in for red
Iowa; Mc. for No.50blc.ago spring; $1 llfrl 12for red
Indiana, and $1 0o(r. to for red State, live quiet at
ao IliirlayBcarcBiind (lrni. t!-iin wave, nnd lo7.2c.
better: Bales ai,oui bu.sbelj at (sMffiWc. for Western
mled; c. for email lots do. Jersey yellow. Uals
stendy at 77(191410. for i ld and new State; V0O f-T
We.storn; 3 (io for Cnnadlan, Wiiisky Ann ; aules
ion hrlH. at 77c. Miw I'orl; miner, while prime Is
sisady and uncluiri.tiod : sales s.fiisi brls.at l."i 2.ft
blM tor lines; 4H for lliln mees ; f 10 2 fur prime;
alio Mo brie, priiuo on ijalimluy p. M, nt$lii.V); I isj-e.
par brl. win paid for the privilege of delivoiiiig i'.isiu
brls. mess, solli-r a option to the 1st of November, at
Sli ti'.i. Boef heavy: aalea I 'si brls, at !sti for
couutiy prlioo; ?3 7Jj7 fir tin. mess; t,Alo for re
packet Chicago, and gli) fASIll i for extra.. B.-ef
hainaiiulet tit SI-WI7 t r Mutn and Western, t.'ut
abuts (irro : a,ile yo purkagiw at 7Hc, fur dry-salted
shoulders; 7!tc for pscked do.;c)(,ne. for hums.
Lard firmer: subs 4"0 lirls. at. liiUfftll.te. for No 1
illy lo prime kettle-rendered Wcartrn. riu'ter
ileu.Iy at IvHffdiic. for chio, and 17(iil21 for rititte.
Cliofso Arm at (t)ir. Cottcti verv quiet: su es 3u.j
haloB. Linseed ult iiilt at iVi!. HUlcsiunchaiigcd :
Wosteru Buenos Ayres 211,'jo. Sug.tr Uuoyaut;
[By Telegraph.]
Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, September 19—M.
hns suflered 11 decline of 12jfo. per
brl .; sales 2,vi, hrls.nt Si S7W for city mills and ?f.
I ir lloimrd etreet. Wheat dull: sides ll.ono busiiois
tfl i?l 40 for white, and 41 l'il Iftforrod. Corn
steady: yellow ai(?3; whits Kotiisac. Proviilous
ult, Whisky auII,Hoc, for uiie.
[By Telegraph.]
Philadelphia Market.
PHILADELPHIA, September 19—M.
-pmmi'l
supeibueia selling in amall wovnt$ and
tlit nt l .'si; eir:is and evirn lainily rniifi from 4i "A"
to.7 Bye i'loiirlirtn r.l ifl. Com MM iyl M.
There Is lens Wheat nff.-ring, nud iho ilentsnd Is
liadtrrt: sales ,isi. Puehels inl it l 1 and while
MM l.vnl a 1. Hie'eatU'tiu arrival at 7.v. f..r new
and ukC f eld. Oata eoninsuid V-e I'Mvieior.a
In Id DrniU', an-i the st cks of all kittiN ire small:
: In inose Poilr at ?l.v.'i(;.te; n.nis IbQir'so.;
hidis luiv-'M and sliuublBr. b.'do.; a aalo of tlie bitter
iu eait km tundoat .-n. T.urd .teany at 1 1 So. in brls.,
and liic in Ve, Coffee ailianring: hiiKss l,.'si bagr
Itlo at ll)t(iyti'o.; Clover eoed rnugi-a from f!S t
a OSS-; the alu)lfs of the uewcrop iho; far reoeived
areofa superior anal Ity. ivhinkyiirm atKT'to.
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, September 19.
Btesmer's news caused greater
ftrmninti: ahi;i.Wi) balea. Vugar buoyant, and ad
viimv.l V.: sale at ,,i'c(6Ho, for tair 10 prime.
Keg Lard li 'rlc.
liOH) IMt.KKM'.
tJTH.U. Fiu-vtu. AdvertMrsr Agent, ho
(SO Weet Foi.rtb-treot.
CtOTiacuorrean Gallery, Ponth-wcat car.
ner of Sixth end Western-row, over Hsnnaford's
drug Bloro, Pictures taken and put Iu good cauua lot
twenty cents. Warranted to ploase.
isias.siiiisMasataauMWMaaMsBMwsiiiswsissiawsMsBwi
. MISCELLAJIEOJLTS.
.iiEsiitis
At Plkc'ti Opcra-Huuse
LANE&0DLEY'S
PORTABLE
Circular Saw Mill!
-ANTI
LOG-Tna iA'fl APPARATUS,
IS DAtl.T OPrElTIO-N I!t '
Mach int? rv Vf' P3' tment:.
'epvbwil A
OHIO STATE FAIR.
LITTLE MIAMI
—AND—
Columbus and Xenia
Columbus and Xenia RAILROAD.
TIIK OHIO STATE FAIR WILL BK
held at Z inesillle 00 the I'Olli, 21st, il2d aud 2.U1
layaof rieplenit'T, ls"9. '.
Traiim leave the cittl. Miami Depot at 0 A.M.;
6:7 A. M.,nnd 11:301'. ill. .
Fore for the Rouud Trip, $5. .
Tickets good from the loth to the 21 lb of Septem
ber, inelnsiye; to be h.id at No. 1 Hut net House, cor
liar Third and Vino-streets: A'ai!nir..ioitet Ilour.e;
aoiith-enst cm ner of Front and Broadwn,aud at tho
Aiiliin ininmi uepoi, xsesc rroiit-streei. .
tepie tCsIp ,1. DUKANl). Mipssrlntendent
WE ST Kit N
omiRicrcial Collese
'
HAS CHANG KD ITS hOVA TION
TO
NIXON'S NEW BUIIaDING,
OPPOFITH TUB P05TOB FICB,
RICILtR! KELSON Frimcipal.
B" Oiroulni-fl, sitting torros, can ba had on appli
catii,n. Kep.'ny
Lampblack.
t 4iffe BRLS. ASSORTED LAMPBLACK,
m.-v recoiveu ana tor Bute py
HUlltK. BOB.-ITRON le PH.,
eepie-o Opposlto tbo PontoOlce,
Saltpeter.
Rffc ECGS REFINED SALTB'BTHR, RE-
ttA.y I'HIVKU aid for sab, by
tlllDLi VML'OHL'I u m. in sr-....
BO p 19-0
Bath Bricks.
fpHV.1M. BATH BRICKS, RECFIVED
Md3 and for sale bv
BI IKJ5, EOKSTBIN CO..
sepl!)-o
Uppi site the Pohtofflco.
Venetian Red.
5K. BRL3.VENF.TIAN BED,RECBIVED
atJr nud foreale bv
Bl'IHB. KOKSTEIrl A 00.. .
Sepl9-0
Oppuslta tbe PoatoSlca.
Smith's Tonic Syrup.
U VL CROSS SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
Jl. reiwivod and for Bale by
UL'IJ&K, KCKSTSIN ft CO.,
s.pH-o Opposite the I'oHtoSlce
Quinine.
3,000
OUNCES QUINIITR
ON
hund aim tor sale hy
bUIUK, KUKHTICIN ft CO.,
Oprusite the l'.atoDh'e.
sepl9-0
Buckeye Pile Ointment.
AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY FOR TIIE
Piles. It has been fully test.d, not only in
private practi n, but alao In some uf our public In.
Bf notions, und never fulls to cure. Prepared and for
Buloby HL'IHK, ECKSTKIN A- CO.,
Bpll)-c Opposite Iha lVatoftlco.
Kaliston, or Orient Water.
B710R REYTOVIKli' TAN, SUNBURN,
Freckles. Redueas and Kruptlona of the Skin.
Also, as a Wash for the I lair, to prevent the accumu
lation of P.iU'lrilf, Ao. F r s o'o by.
. tiUIBK, KCKSTKIN ft CO.,
jjcplll-0 Opposite tlio 1'iwtodlfe.
LANE lie. BODLEY,
. HiXrFAOTlIRICRg OT
Wood-Working Machinery,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILL8,
Corner John nnd Water tfi.rRlnnii?niirt,U
p'i ly
TEAS! TEAR!! TEAS!!! I HAVE COnI
STANT1.T on band a largeand well selected
stock of (Jreon and Black Tens, which 1 oiler ill
prices below competition.
J. FFIKCrSOS.flrorer,
sep!7 .i Corner Kiulli and Vine.
KANE CRACKERS. A FULL SUPPLY
of those excellent Crarkers always on hand.
Alao, Soda Crarkars, Aoemetlv biscuit and F.iiidiib.
(;r.irknells. J. FKIUil'SIIN, Grocer,
sepl7 lOruer Ninth anil Viue.
FRESH TABLJB BUTTE R.-I HAVE
tnado arrangetneiita to have a constant supply
of Fro.li Table Hotter, with which families uiaj lie
supplied hy leaving their orders with
J. FKIirU SOV, Oiocer,
sepl Corner Xluth and 'mo.
JIAMTItEET.
School Books,
Writing Paper, ; ; ;
Envelops, SLat8s, '
Blank Booka,
And emi7i king in the Book and Stationery line, at
WHOLESALE. ; '
, AT TIS
VERY LOWEST PRICES
AXDERSOISV GATES & WRICUT,
No. 112 Main-street.'"'..'
(seplsiiw)
WtLLIAN II. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
and UouiBellor-at Law, Uhsais's Building
rhlrd s truot. J doors last of Uaip in
, ., ,, , ,t, ; . -It '' -'"1
AUCTION SALES.
AUCTION 8Al.E. BY7-C0wVKK 3c
8TOK.EH,-f.les.rcpi) Ko. 14 Kast Fourth-street,--
I'ereSiplorT Balis ia) liolilmid fftt't WnthsH
Will tia sold at public Au.'tl'.ii. un. TlirKbliAl
JlOilMNG, H"ptetubir 2.-, at oiirauclTen-rfioruH, a
larsea'snrtraentuf Hold and Wlver Watrbta.and a
splendid lot ol Jewelry, hale at o'clock.
eepao COOPER ft PTOKKX, ApcfJoneers,
AittIov sale. BTmLoao
WILLUVS,tiale-rnrvr(IJAMJa.t Thfrd
tlrect. Catalvnso wile et tiuu Plated Whjb, largo
Gilt Mirrors, Ae.-On TI'fcHDAT MuWU NO, Wp.
tember iO.alv ,Vl.:k,ast,k of uaeil?er-plated
V are, direct fio the m.diumetnrfct; fir Tea 6t,
lastors. Fruit Biisk-ls. Curs l'it' hers, Spoons, Fork.,
Butter lllshos and Puller itiii real. Ac.
Al.SO-io larao t'trrund llsjitel Ollt tHrrer., an.
orbtsl aires, and 0; her toods, to be sold without re
servo. . . sepIS
AUCTION HA1.R BY -II. B. MILES
1m. ft CO., Ko. 'S llaln -fttroet-Groceriea, Olan
unre nnd Wrapping Pnpr at Auction. Wa will sell
vi'eun u Monmji -' i
on ii r..s,..t. uioibiii.il,, rriirniun si v u iiijiii.
a general variety of Nuple liruoerlm, t ilaseware and
iHtwr.
A LSO For account of whom It mot concern, with
out tvBerio, I7A bxa. and sample bvs. Vs., Ky. ami
Ho. Tobacco; CO bils. Smoking do.: I Inns Platform
ilcale, in send order; II' new aud le.i:ol linuOConnler
scales; K large sianinonie xruchs: irowoats, iiobi
hooka. Skids, Ae.; !tJM) bdU. Q.H. and I). 0. Bag
end Si raw Paper.
.opw ii. et. jnAuas Aacvioai-ers.
s iTcflON SALErVBY THOMAS
I . JOn NSTOa", iu Sales-rooms. o. m alaln-atns-t,
I eb,w Third -Second large positive aalaol ForiRn
aud VomeBtlo Dry Goods, Tailors' and Clot tilers'
iKioi'a, Boots, Mows, Hats, Caps, fto., at AhcUod.
T li ESH A V SiOltNIKu, twptemtxr M. coratussnrlag
at 9. o'l-lock, will b. aidtl, ia catalogue fomi, with
out reserve, over SOO loie of fresh'y-bo ported Fcireln
and Potnegtle Pry Goods, ooinpiteiua- thenirtstilO'
sirabls assortment ever offered In thU city at Anc -lion.
Al.SC-I.aroand desirable stock of Slerchan t Tul
li rs' and I'lolhiers' Goods, with tiuo tlnlenihlrts snd
Drawers; fine Linen bhirts, Boiois aud OvlLirai, Ora
lals. Muffler", Ac.
ALHil-barge sto'k of Dress Goods, with heavy
ilrowo Sheetings, Blenched Mm-lliu, Tirkliigs, besit
Lraniia of Prints, Flauuels, Apron Obocks, Glue
Iiams.Ao. ALSO- 0 cases prim and fresh slock of Boots,
SWs, Biort iH, Women I, Usn's and Chibdreu'a
Phoes, Unts, Caps. Ac,
epiq TllOd. JOnHKTOW, Aurtloneer.
ft UCTIOJI SALE-BT THOS. JOUN'
jLtlTONMn Hale-rooms No. 03 Main-street, next
m Iho Trust Company llauk. r erond larg so.(!ive
foil aula (if ForsiPiii aud Dotneatic liry Goods, tlnih
i -rs' Goods, Hoots, Mioea, Hats, Ac, at Auction. -On
I I'D-HAY Mi'RM NG.Kepteiuborl.wmt.sotri,
without riaerve, at ftM o'clock, a largo audvalnsble
sror.a, comprising over .''00 lots, in B..1. -rooms Uo. '.'.
Jtiiin-atrect, below Third,
The attention of bnyera l nutienlnrly invited to
this sale. tln stock being freeli. and the moat dtslra.
l ie ever omired at miction in this city. Goods will
I e arrnncedand su'd In catuloniie fl,roi.
aepl? TI10S. JOlfflSTON, Aiiellofler.
REMOVAL.
CARPETS, at COST
i WILL BEMOTETO Mt HtVf BfOEE, BUDEl'.
Pike's Opera-house,
FiRST OFOCTOE5EI5,
,';.;t
AND Of inn MT PEKSHMT STOCK AT
Greatly Reduced Prices.
HENRY FALLS,
05 Went Fourth-Afreet1.
' ttOpW,,, ., ...
' '
IHHTLETT'll
PATENT NOVELTY FAMILY
SEWING MACHINE!
Only S6 00.
hiJJTRENGTiI. SIMPLICITY, CHBAPNESS
j and durability -combined, tirentest wondsr ol
theagel A portable loach ine waightng only tour
pounds! Can lie carried by a child from room la
room; may be attached Instantly to any workviand
or luhla: will sew on either fine or coarse fabrics,
and with silk, thread or cotton. Can be wot lied
either by tlie li.ind or fret. Tbe great, demand fee a
good portable low-priced mar blue en now b Inte
rnet. i:n lie seen in operation at No. 4f Hlxih.
street, Cincinnati, Ohio, and at lbs Pair of the Me
chanics' Institute.
K. K.nrGGIN", General Aen.
t i M-awj ,
EBMOYAL.
THE FIRM OF
RAGIIE & CO.
HAVE OPENED IN THUIR
roo -w JBjt ore
South-east Cor.ourth and Vine,
Til URSDAT,' 8TH IA ST.,
1TITH THE LAKCiDST AD
PBSTTIBSt stock of tjoorta Tor BtEK'l
WEAK ever otfared in Cincinnati.
' THE BTOCK 0
P IE O EGO ODS,
To make, tip to Msasnri, will he large nnd varied,
Wo linvoa
New Corps of Cutters,
Kn m New York and Philadelphia,, who profess t
uiiiler-.land the art of CuMng Stylish Garments to
order. . . .
for past favors we return many thanks, and
hope to merit future patronage. Truly,
SPRAGUE & CO.
sep7.tfl
GEORGE M. DIXON,
'-tllrOaTIIBANB DIALB1 IN-
IHrRB DRUGS AND CHEMICALR. V.X.
J- TBA quality Medicine, Pharmiutlol pie.
pirations, Glassware, l alnta, Oils, uye Stuffs, 4c,
Moitb-cnat corner Moln nnd Fin b.srrecu.
. faepl.'awl .
. Farina,
BOXES "HECKER'c'." FOR SALE
. miH.raw ; Nrrth-eaBtcoruei-Fifth and Main.
" '' Tln :F'0
CASES, "HEAVY AND LIGHT." POR
e a.le by ,. , GEO. M. DIXON. Druggist,
stpl-aw Worth eeiteorner Fifth andMoln.
JLfaints, Oils, &c."
eiA BRLS. PIBE-PI
PAINT, DARK
9mr andllahtt -I , it
m brls. Venetian Red, Baalish:
IIICKaba IfoniiH K..1.-I. '
Wbrls. Whiting;. , .'
. ,, . lyb'U- Putty, in bladders;
Lwl. .l'hsee4-oli, ftr., it rnannfactnr.rs'
pricea. t or sale by
J5 ?) -aw North -eatteorner Filth and Main .
V LARGE ABSORtME.'VT OV
AUmCVLRAL, HOOKS,
'' -TOM'lAMl'aVr-
' " '" E. men den Hall,
AtUle Bevv St e re. 1 0 Vest Vltthtreer.
,i '' ,.. : .. set'fil :
1 ' J.T. DRO VVlVKATirn-
mf AUFACTUREIl.f 'OF JEWELRY,
- n.w wauirsian mauiisnmeut, At West Third
street, between Walnut and , Vim, (room No. 4. np
w,!"Ji Ois.oluntatt. Factory at Providence, Bhode
Inland, w Sly hn received wekly. sepltan
TU.fif I'llk.. llili

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