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WANTED.
"WAHT8," "FOB BALK," "TO LIT," "LOST,"
"FOUND," 4c.,1d this column, occupying ttvo Hdm
ot leM, two buertloui, twenty-Are cents.
WANTED-SITUATION A good En
glneer(Qerniisn) wants a situation to ran an
engine. AddreaejJOUN MEBTES.at thin ofljt-o.
scpttt c'J
WANTED ROOM A furnished room,
. .1. o0'. lnSl ntlBnin within throe snnares
Of thl Postofflce. Ad row (J, at this office, je21b
WANTED 8ITUATI0N By a young
man, as porter in a store, or la willing to go
M )ar-keepor. Address J. 0. W., at this office.
' IsepSlti)
rtTANTED SITUATION A yonng man
' from England label a situation aa clerk or
po-tarin a wholesale orretall store. AddressO.S. B.,
at shls office. aepil ly
WA N TED H OUS E A dwell ing ofsWut
fonrorflve rooms, lira prompt paying ten.
Jit. Addreaa J. P., Prmaumco. sopilli
FOR RENT HOUSE The lower part of a
twostosy boose, (furnished,) to a respectable
tenant. Terms moderate. For particular Kpply on
the ipraroliea, No. 314 Clutter-street, a fow doora north
of Hopkins. bcj31Ii
WANTED CARPENTERS Twenty,
live carpantera Immediately. Apply to Ff B.
Jenkins, Mlllciwk. near Cameron . Mory 4 ilalones
mill, or to !. V. Nugle, l ol'imbia, near B.
Crslgbton & 'o 'a saw mill. MeSlil
17"ANTED-BITUATI0N-A fady who
haa worked for seven years on custom-work,
aatiperl. r band, cupahla f making and flnlabinu
coats, vesta and panta throughout, would llkoan eu
gagasnetit. to takes work home on machine or other.
wise. Address 'mU)BK8;s, at thla office, aep21 b
WANTED MEN Situation for olerks,
book-keepers, salesmen, porters, coopers,
bar-keepers, mechanics, 4c. Also, business chances
lor men with lartfe and ainnll capital. Apply to
HA LB ft Ut), Meichann' llorki Hogl.try office, Jul
Wast PUtl.-stri.et, n-pa b
WANTED HELP Clerks, waiters, port
era, bar-tenders, men used to the caraof
rows, nanus and "tublo-v.ork, one or two Industrious
men to go to Bt. Louis, lersral young mon to tran-1,
ona or two errand bnye; alio female servants for
eooke, dlulng-ronin, chain her and nurasairla. A "ply
at the Qsweral Information and Agoncy Office, Wo.
W2 Weatern-row,
N B. W respectfully solicit tbn patronar of all
who wiah to hire choica help, either male or feroa. a
Our tat ma are ao very moderate hat theyra not fall
toglveaatlafactliisiio'.llvb.iitnay favor ms with acall
8erva-ta, remeraberthat our mode of oolug liusinin.
ladiffereiilirunitbatof any other office lu the city.
Give us atrial f-p21-2tl A D.I A Kek iKftfio.
WANTED COOK A good oook, to come
Well recommended. Nona other nneit ,nHl
Call at ft) Fift h -at wet.
. tt.ii Clr.i. ... . vfl'
eepiio'
WANTED JO U RN EYMKN SUOE-MAKEHS-Ou
calf and kip boot bottoms
and flttlnir. Apply at av.tf Fifth-street. betMa
John and Hnillli-strneta, dopDb
w
ANTED BOOM A furnished room, in
a nrfrjita lienxA. wlrtintie linont
M.
at tlile offlco. " aoplib
WANTED BOARDING The advertiser
wMiea to obtain boarding for hlmsolf and
wife In a private family, where there are no other
boardera. Xoeatlun to tw within four aquarea of Race
and HUth-stroets. Addreaa M. M., at thla olilce,
lpb
WANTED SITUATION By s thorough
prlntpr.wholacompete't to wort at case in
the Kngtlah, Oermn, 1'rench and Italian langnagaa;
can also do proaa work: would hHvo nn obirctlon to
o to the country. Addrpat .1. C. F at thia olUca.
laepzob)
ANff D-8 1 T U A T 1 6N-A etrong",
Dilildle-nacJ miin. with inmn knnniAr.a. r
- - uif vim-nfa.ru uion, mill BVUIW H nW IPQfW Ol
MacMtiilt bins, Hnd a stood rnbnnica. nlus. would
Hk tltn fop t coiunl.to tbo trad8. Add rem
jj unnrtijui i i iia n (inn i aiiicp, 89 o Aib
WANTED M0ULDER8 Cannon btove
Mouldem. 0. f, ltthk CO.,
"11M M Maln-atrwj
WANTED IMMEDIATELY At the
Teltgraph Bouse, Wo. 33 Weatern-rnw, a
woman who unaeratandahoiiMwork cooking, wn h
log. Ironing, &t. Apply imin illately at the Tele
graph noma, ho. S3& neaiern-row.
(Bellli-tf)
WANTED SITUATION By a yonng
man who nnderatnuda running cylinder
preaaea, Adama pressea, and all klnda of preaapa used
In job or newapapav prlntlug, Addresa "B W.O."
PraaaOfflPe. aoplD-aw
WANTED AGENTS To aell a deairabTe
.r jt publiibed. "Jullnn'a tnleren
Tables," containing accu'Rwcnlculatlonsol tntereat
at,6. 7, 8, Hand .Oner cent.. Ixith ample and com
pound, on all aiiMa from one rent. ti $io,io, nud from
onadayto aix yenra. A rare opportunity to make
mon oy In the a;o of thia nrw, clifo and uaefnl
work, Forturtlierlnformatiim aa to auicwa, trull
nonylnilfv(ir,iiinl iprmH,!idiroB(stnraplncloR(id,)
orapply toj. UAZARU BAV1S.427 fiftfi-alreot.
laepl'-amll
LOST.
X OST $5 REWARD For the return of a
Uk black and tnn terrier dog, about a year and a
hair old, wMcb trayed off on Krldny laat. He had
u chain oullar on Ul neck when ho left, with nty nauia
engravodoult, C. 11. l'OOK, MS Walnut-atrent,
!eraiiii
X OST LOCKET Betweon Qeat-atreot anil
M-M the Park-atreet 31. E. Church, half of a gold
locket, oonmiiilna a cbild'a mlniiiiurn. Thevaluo
of the locket will be paid to the nudur if returned to
Mo. X Geat-ntirjot, or No. 13 I'earl-atruot. at,p2tih
FOR RENT.
I7I0R RENT ROOMS Lodging roonn and
oflncea for rnt In Union Block. eaBt entrance,
llilrd atreet, between Broadway anl piycamore.
Apply to Janitor, or
8, J. ItRliADWKlL,
1W Walniit-atreat.
aepldaw
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE DOG A fine Nenfoundland
do, about one year and a halt' old. Apply at
Ko. DO Oeat-atreet. aep2lb
FOR SALE SEWING MACHINE A
hmdflome rncaaod rosewood tewing machine,
(Hunt A WortHter'a.) ran be hitd at a rcaaouable price.
Apply at 13SWet Sath-atrwt. aipiOc
FOR SALE DINING SALOON The old
and woll-eetab lia hod Dining tialoou, at No. 8
Eaat Fou tb atrci-t, having aevanty-tive prompt pay
ing boBrdert, and u good traualent trade. JForlurtbor
Srtlcularaiuruireoiithe premlaea. 8020
OR BALE SALOON 231 Vine itreet,
. ona door from Sixth bar and eleven rooma,
well furnlehod and rmtMmt, and dnliigaflod bml
neaa. Near Wood's Tlieator. Inaulto on the prem
tree. P. B. BF. FILING tt. aop2tMw
BOARDING.
BOARDING A amall regpectablo family,
Vflihnnt clilldron,ran bavc uufnniMieri m t
penta, with board, In private family. Applyat17
H lntb-atrect, betveen Avulniit and Vine, aapi b
BOARDING A young man desires to ob
tain b anllng in a private fn rally, or vbero
there are bu' few other l ardora. 'ferine to b mo
derate. Arid rein UiORQE, at iheofttceof the Penny
ffaa. acp2lli
BOARDING A gentleman and lady and
a few yonng men c-in bo accommodated with
board aud plenum rcn.mii at 42 Vine-atreut, betweou
Frunt mid Becoud. Acoommodationa for a few dny
boardera, aoplO-ct
Dii. FOdTElt,
The groat Natural
CLAIRVOYANT AND 8 E E ft,
Bna arrived and taken rooma ut the
Bouthooaat coiner North nud Now-itrects.
aoplSan"
MIJLIilXJBIiY.
A V A HI EI) AND ULKGANT ASHORTM RST OP
FAIXA3D WINTER
NOW READY.
MISS BL.ONC,
106 West Fourth-street;
. aepl7aw(l
0.9I.I.EXIIIBITI0N
At Pike's Oiera-Iluue.
LAKS &BODLEY'S
PORTABLE
Circular Saw Mill!
AND
LOC-TCSINING APPARAtPSj
-III DlItY OrCRATIOl II
MacMner4pDpartrant.
THE PEESS.
WEDNESDAY.
..-SEPTEMBER 21
WANTS! WANTS!!
If you want a lerrint, advertiaa In
THE PENNY PRESS
Ir yoo want a homo, advortlae la
TUB PENNY PBB88.
Ir yon want to aell anything, advertise In
TUB PENNY PREge.
I roa want to tny anything, advortlae in
THE PENNY PRESS.
Is tact, every wont inppllod by advertising In
THE PENNY PRESS.
CITY MATTERS.
5B"Penuy Prcaa to lie Uad every
monilng at the Countlng.ruoia door.
Only one cent.
72TPete Morris was lodged In tbo Ham-mond-atreet
Station-houso, last night, "for safe
keeping."
f3f Tha attention of tbo proper authoritlei
U called to the filthy oondition of tba atreet at
too north-east oornerof Fifth and Walnut.
SJThanewgaa-holdor was put ia auooesi
ml operation at the (tos-works yesterday. It
weighs one hundred and thirty tunj, with an
area of three and a half milliona of gallon.
SJTwo hoya, named Cronsot and MoCarly.
were arretted aud lodged in the Hammond
Ireet Btatlott-house laut night for ttealinit a
kill.
arOoa of the most obligiog and aocommc
dating landlords in thla oily ia Mr. John Wat
ion. tha nrnnrlntor of thn nnj t li-
tW M S 0 are T'eftsed to aeo
.... uuuoo i. uuing a goou UUBIncat.
aSJ-A painter who worked no th-j oorner of
Sixth, and Jubn-atreetfl, while oarryiug a toad
yetterdny fell from the eoond-nory of the
building lu whioh he waa, breaking hU lerr and
Mil. U M . 1.
Corns, Bcmom, Ao. Attention U oitlled to
Dr. haling'a advertisement in another column.
He rematng but a ahort time longer, ar.d thuie
desirous of oonsulting the Doator ahould not
procrastinate.
JE9-Tbe looomotive attaobedl to the espreBS
ttio,ori thelndianapglla and Clnolnnatl Rail
load, waa thrown from the track yesterday
mornina; when near Harriet-street. The train
waa delayed about an hour by the aooirient.
Nobody was Injured.
SJ Judge Ranney, the Deraooratio candi
date for Governor, Is expected to address the
puolie in thla oity to-morrow night. A com
mittee was appointed at Smith i Nixon's Hall,
yesterday, to make arrangements for his re
ception. ,
PsitrJOitAi,. Hon. Judge Sebastian, member
cf Congress from Arkansas, waa at the Burnet
House yesterday.
u-M1?' Fran,i 8eamim EJfl- formerly of the
iiillaooro' f7a, wa in town last night,
looking in at the Mc-ohanics' Fair and
.National Theater.
;C9A number of small boys were amusing
themselves in Milloreek bottom, day before
yesterday, by making blasts in the earth. One
f the party, named George Baker, was so
merely burnt in and about the eyes, by a
premature explosion. It is the opinion of a
physician that he will lose bis eye-Bight.
Coiibbctioh. Yesterday, lu tho notice of
articles awarded the blue ribbons at the Ken
tucky Slate Fair, tho typos mado us say
Loney's Ioe Cream Frotzer. It should bavo
boen Torry's Four-minute Ico Creato Freezer,
and Pratt's Ventilating Milk-pan. Theso ar
ticles wero exhibited by Joseph II. (ireen, of
this oity, and elloited tho highest encomiums.
Acoidrst. A Gorman ehair-maker, whose
name wo oould not learn, was severely injured
day before yesterday by falling from the gal
lery of n building on the oorner of John and
Betts-Btreot, a distance of twelve feet. His
right leg was badly lacerated, and a deep
wound inflicted on his forohead. lie was
flaked up in an insensible oondition, and a
ihysiclan sent for, who thinks he will recover.
YiiTih Accidskt.- Mrs. Josephine Oroelzc,
who resides on Liberty-street, near Main, fell
from a small stand or table yesterday, while
endeavoring to adjust a window-curtain, and
struck her bead on a water-bnekot. She bled
profusely from tho mouth and nose. A physi
cian was sent for, but found it impossible to
check tbo flow of blood. She suffered greatly
until last evening, when she expired. She was
a widow lady, and leaves one child.
AiTRMprKD Suicidb. A young lady named
Mary Carr, aged sixteen years, r, ho lives with
her parents, on West Court-street, opposite
Christie Chapel, attempted to commit suicide
yceterdtty afternoon, by taking a quantity of
laudanum. She was discovered iu time and
a physician sent for, who administered an anti
dote. The reason she gave for takingtbepoiaon
was that her mother had given her a slap.
She was in a fair way to recover at a late boar
last evening. It is the opinion of the physi
cian that she will loose her eye-eight from the
effeots of the UaJannm.
Cixmnkati Tracts. The American Jtoform
Tract and Book Society, having its head
quarters in tl in city, held an anniversary
meeting Inst night tit the First Ciiitod Pres.
byteriau Chureh on Bixth-streot. Dr. Geo.
L. Weed, Corresponding Secretary, read bis
report, which shows that over four millions
of pngei of tracts and books have beoa
printed for the society by Moore, Wiletach,
Keys it Co., of this city. The books have
been donated to Sunday-schnols, und the
tracts generally distributed. The receipts of
tho year have been: Donations $4,219; sales
83,040. Tottil $7,269. The CAriw J,t, a
weekly newspaper, of this oity, is the organ
of tho society. Rev. H. M. Btorrs hnsdevoted
hiinenlf to the succcbs of tho society. Ho
and Rev. H. Bushnell wore the Hiienkeis lust
night.
BOASDOF ClTTlMPBOVSllENTS YEgTEItnAT'S
PaoflMniKGS. The clerk was dlieoted to pre
pare and transmit to City Council ordinances
to assess special taxes upon property abutting
on the. following streets: Front streot, from
Broadway to Whitaker's store; Baldwin alley,
from Seventh to Eighth-streets. Alio, an or
dinance to grade Bnd pave with bowlders
Smith-alley, from Clark-street to Hopkins
street, Also, resolutions authorising the City
Auditor to oontract as follows! With Jones &
Bon to, at one dollar per lineal foot, to pave
with llmeatone Raider alley, from Wade-street,
two hundred and fifty-seven feet south; with
R. E. Smith, at forty three and a hulf cents
per square yard, to pave the un paved side
walks on John street, from Seventh-street to
Court street. Also, to advertise for sealed
proposals as follows: To pave with bowlders
Eighth street, from Elm to Plam-itreeUj to
pave with limestone Haten-alley, from Green
street to Ilafer alley to pave with limestone
Hogan-alley, from Forlua-alloy to Henry
street; to pave with limestone G reave alley,
from FraiEs-ltreot to Bremen-street; to repair
with broken stone Observatory Road, from
Banm-itreet to Oregon-street; to pave the side
walks on Observatory, from Baum-street to
Oregon-street; to pave the side walks on Lock
street, from Eighth street to Court-street.
Also, the unpaved side walks on Freeman
street, from Gest-street to Liberty-street; on
Ninth-streot, from Freetnan-streot te Carr
f tree' Pleasant-street, from Flndley-street to
Sldor street: .K,w,'N,t Byoasaere-street
to North-itwe'i: ontB.r0r,V,d ot. Wtw'
rtrset, from Smith-street to VlB.'l?wi'
The Board then adjourned.
INKLINGS.
The City Prison Is ngaln crowded with pris
oners. There ore eight colored lunatics at the County
Jail.
Tbo Opposition party hold their primary
meeting! to-night.
Mods. Blondln will appear at Pike's Opera
bouse to-morrow evening.
The total value of property owned by Ham'
llton County is $1,415,009.
We hear of considerable damage being
earned by the storm day before yesterday.
Fourteen persons were received at the City
Trlsoh yesterday.
There was a cotillon party at tho Lick Run
Lunatic Asylum last evening.
The prosent Indebtedness of Hamilton County
is $290,000. '
King's celebrated bast of the post Barns is
now on exhibition at the rooms ef the Young
Men's Mercantile Library Association.
The Highland County Agrioallural Sooiety
will hold a Fair at Uillsboro', ooinmesoins on
the 27th inst. 8
There will be another car planed on the
street railroad traok to-morrow. It will be
one of Palmer's make.
Jas. Armstrong aud a woman named Ball
wood villi be tried in the Polloe Court, next
Friday, on a charge of adultery.
Fourth-street, in the vicinity of Smith &
Nixon's Hall, was thronged yesterday with
politicians.
Thomas Alton, charged with stealing soven
chicknns, was discharged by Judge Lowe
yesterday.
Judge Lowe, after an absence of several
day s, was in his Beat at the Police Court yes
terday. He looks much improved.
The trial of William Spotswood, for mali
cious stabbinir, was continued until next Fri
day. Bail $1,600.
A row-boat raco will take place on the
Ohio River next Saturday. The parties will
Blurt from tho luot of Walnut, and ruo as far
as Jamestown,
A ladies' gold walch is In the possession cf
iv-uiiTunui wms, oi mo a intu-street Station
house. It wan taken from a thief named
Jolin Blelfee.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodln were before
Judge Lowe, yenterday, charged with Bghlirig
They were eioh provided with quarters at the
City Prison for the term of ten days.
Dr. Fries, the County Treasurer, started for
the Bast yenterday. While there he will on
deavor to dinpose of aUty thousand dollars'
worth of ootiuty bonds whioh were formerly
held by Hatch & Langdon.
The celebrated Morgan horae, belonging to
Mr. Isaac D. Johnson, of this city, was sold
tt fow days since to a Mr. Smith, from Illinois,
for $3,o00. Th is horse took the first premium
at the, Hamilton County Agricultural Fair.
John Firm, a vory infirm individual, was
tried in the ToUco Court yesterday, on n
charge of disorderly conduct, and dismissed.
He was afterward trit'd lor carrying con
cealed woapons, and fined $20 and costs of
prosecution.
A man named Edmoud Duyer was ar
raigned In the Police Court yesterday upon
four charges, viz: Bhooting with intent to
kill; malicious destruction of property; car
rying concealed weapons.nnd disorderly con
duct. His trial was continued until to-mor-rovr.
Mrs. Emma Pros?, chitrged with keeping
a house of ill-fame and harboring lewd wo
men, will be tried in the Police Court next
Friday. She gave bail in the sum of $200
for her appearance. Five girls taken from
her house will also be tried lor vagrancy.
Oromnixatwn of thb Democratic Rxicutive
CosiMtTTm:. The Kxeoutive County Committee,
eleoted night before last, met In Smith k
i.iAiMie unii at noon yostertlay. u. P.
Churchill was eleoted Chairman, and J.Bell
Pollock Seoretary. Twenty-one members were
presont, being justa quorum of tho Committee.
Gen. Hirstmoved that the Committee adjourn
until eleven o'clook to-day for permanent or
ganization. Mr. Carson moved to amend by proceeding
at onoe to organize the Committee.
After eonsiderable disausBlon, the Committee
resolved to proceed at onoe to complete ths
permanent organisation.
T. J. Bherlook and C. J. W. Smith were put
in nomination for the Chairmanship. The
first ballot resulted in favor of the nomination
of Smith, by the following vote :
Smith n
bherlook 1
J. Bell Pollock, of the oity, and W. E.
Jones, of Anderson Township, were elected
Seorotaries.
Thomas Sherlock was elooted Treasurer by a
unanimous vote.
The Committee then adjourned to Saturday,
at ten o'olook, to meet In the ball of tho Young
Mon's National Demooratio Association.
A Bailook Madb bta Shwino-Machinb.
The following letter was yesterday received b
Mer,srs. Grover 4 Baker. True merit is Bute to
receive its reward sooner or later, no matter
what opposition there mey be against it. The
letter speaks for Itself:
[COPY.]
COLUMBUS, Ohio, September 19, 1859.
s Bar.a-GuU: Incloead flurl
Any centa, fur which pleaao fend me needles, I have
juat oiupleted a lnamruoth baton ou one of yutir
Jlachinca.eowingupeverythliig about the balloon:
even to puitlnn on tho oapia. hands. 4c, I am
aalihficd It makiM the atronueat sliicli uf any machine
extant. Thla ia the second bel'oon I have madewith
your machine, and I Bud there la "mi rlp:' to thu
JNO. M. KINNEY.
ST The following ia a list of letters de
tained for non payment of postage at the
PostofSco, in this city, September 20:
Mrs. Dollle Hale. 81. Lou la, Mo.
Miss MarUn hichardw.n, Jonumlem Mills, Md.
Ilea. Verlander, New Orleans. La.
8. D Hmlih, Arcanum, Ohio.
Hai lul Smith. (Jallipolla, Ohio.
Nicholas Bock, Auuata, Ky.
Patrick Coleman, Biiminamville, Ind.
W. I. aicC'onangliy, Higdusport, Ohio,
Elkoast Hats. B. K, Alley has on exhibi
tion at the Mechanics Fair a case of gentle
men, hats, whioh attract no little att ntion.
His fall style is superior to any previous efforts,
being of a rich quality, fine finish end very
light. Salesroom opposite Broadway Hotel.
jJrf?"Lewi9 Brittinor, a young man about
eighteen years of age, wns arrested yosterday
tor placing obstructions on the track of the
Cincinnati Street Bailrond. He will bo tried
in the Police Court this morning.
Bittm bt a Hosss. A huckster In Fifth
street Market, whose name we were unable to
learn, waa severely bitten on the hand by a
horse yesterday morning. His band had to
be amputated.
Bold Bosbsrv. The residence of Mr. Kd
ward Minuis, on Fifth-street, near Park, was
entered at noon yesterday, while the fami y
were at dinner, and robbed of jewelry to the
amount of $40.
T9Two thousand nlno hundred dollars
ware allowed John Goodrich, by the County
CommiBsioners, yesterday, for bnildlng the
coffer-dam for the pier of the Harrison Bridge.
5BTho number of scholars enrolled dur
ing tho laBt month nt the Districts Schools
were, 12,222, and in tho intermediate, 1,039;
making a total of 13,261. . . ,
E0Avory handsome watchman's club, of
en entire new style, was presented to Lieu
tenant Cooke, at the Ninth-street Station
house, last evening, by a number of his
friends. v
pfTht river is riling at the rate of about
ten Inches per hour. The largest boats can
bow run with safety.
AMUSEMENTS.
Wood'h Thkatrx, Last nlht witnessed the
ilauotof Mlea Marian (Jriipo aa the "Conuteai," In
K sioiv lee' play of I.oTK, at thla druiuttjc ti-uipli'. Wn
do not iutend, In thin n.it ice, to portray th tutilti at
tendlnu Hlaa t rapo'a lira, appenmuco. the evinced
lalrata of a nlzh ord r, and with more practlro and
study, willroon rank moons the ninny Mors already
linonn to tho pnHio. We thought Mi Cnpo'j
efforts very good, aud wore it not for cxtn-ni" nervom
ucsa attending her Iwt evening, tbo would h ivc nur
prtased iho expe-(aliuuaof lier uiuat Intltnuto frii'tide.
n o have no huaiiaury in Buying that Rlixa Mnrlan
will auocecd iu her new piofeaaiou. lier reading
powers are excellent, lelug In poasr aalon of a voli-e
clear and dletiuct, and perfectly under control. i)he
tnn not fall tn overcome a few faults of leaa moment
than awaut of dlatlnct articulation. The liotaewaa
veil tilted with an intelligent audience, who thimred
the young dohutante with frt(iietit buieta of np
plnnao. To-night the Star Kintal, Helen and Lucille,
again wake their Hppeaniuoe. The piece a- lecud
lire tU'iAir I.v 1abu and a pa t ol' I'll Tukce JaST
11 tK.
Pine's OpgnA-HOusie. Mon. Blondln, who,
iturincf tho luat two months, ha been creating turn
Astmaation by theperfurmanceof almoat IncredMjie
feataupiu a rope stretched overtbechaainof Ni-gara,
la to appear at the Oprn-liouae, on Ihnreduy eveu
Ing, lu a aeriea of wondetlul porformauwa.
Dakcino) Aoabkmv Mr. aud Mrs. Shank
aVn their Dancing Academy, at Katlorml Ball, on
Sittirdny, the let of October. Ladlea andaeutlemen
can ndt find abetter opportnnliy than ibla to acquire
grucelui muvouienuiin the giddy dnooe.
Tiik Pai.aOeGabdkn. Liirge crowds nightly
visit thla cheep place of amnaeuient. The singing
and dancing of ino arfata nrpi arlng on the atag
ilruwa forth tliuud. ra of ap -lHiion. ju to the garden
if yu wiah retirement, ami when you feel a want ol
fun, drop In the coucert-rouu, and yuu will find fun
abundant.
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
"" Final Rbport fkom th Ghaho Jug?. The
Oratid Ju-y preaented Ihirty-fonr additional bill of
indictment yxterdn, , and a Sei:iiil nport to tho
ootir . Till- hudv aa In aeffrii fourteen day., ex
amined li.ur hundred aud twenty utuese In nun
liiimlred and twonty eixcuaes,aud found aeveuty-flve
bill, uf lndlctmeut
Uf tho lurga iiiiml cr of iu't and battery caaes
before them, many (they-remark in their repori)
nero of a trivial character, en,l should l,ar bren
brainnht betore the Folico fjvurt, ivboro they oould
have been Anally di-poned uf.
'Iiey ronelilerlt ImpoilHiit tint a llheral orovlsloa
should be tnnde foi the employment of nieil leal man
to mako pust. mortem exaiuliiailnn of tbe budieaof
perams aupp inxi to li ,vn hon niiiiderul.
The cam Inst ' f enticeak-il wearNti.fl tt,ev r.nnr,l tn
lie the can e of many homicides, and mom , .f th
eaMaaul isaaulta h ltls lob-ni t wmind or kill which
tb -y had beau called upon to etuinlics, uevi,r, lu
tMIr opinion, would Lava nocurn-d, hod net th"
dcdly weapon been nt hand In the heat i,f pauoloti r
excitnnieutof the mouieut. They auggeete.1 a rigid
eulurcoiimniof Ihn iaw enacted sgaluit the cany
Inn f concealed vaapons
Keferrlng to tho evlla of Intemtwrtince, thoy ro
mn.lt Hint If thKSatnuf iiitmicnlliu iiuiioiaconld
not b prevefteil.il anoiiid Im restricted miniuuei
poeslMe, They dwelt e rjcillvim Hie oousuiuencea
ef tho lotllac: iinlniile snia of nucti lln.uora to uiinme
Thedliclpllne uf tlie IIuueof lialuge, tbeau erior
characUir of 1'ie new Lunatic Aivlum bnildii.it ai
(Janhago, eud thear angnirtit-oftiie G mnty Jainir
In theaupervisiou of the liullolng under Ills churge,
vrere mailers wuujh olicited ths cottimoudatiou of
tbe Qraud J ury.
They cuticlu.i Ly evptessln their a-!;nowltlg.
mnutaloWni II. rorr, Aailaunt I'rosucutiug at
torner, for t la utteni lou an i aervl -ca.
Their labors having concluded, thay vf o then
illacliarged hy Judge Carter.
I'ag ihn crareT Rivuhtbd.-Tho names of the
paxtiaa Indicted, and tbo otlmsea cbaiged, are aa
lollowa: AlauaUugliter Edward Feiui-cnv, I'atri a
xtoDonald. aaiault with Intent to Kil I harles
Brnwn, John ehouolmrger, Jamca McLaughlin,
Andrew Gamble aud .loliu McLaughlin, forgery
Dttlilol Koaseit, Charles Snviier, (lour lndictniriita
lor forgery and ouo for perjure,) John KUna and
Chrla. ilenghauaer. Perjury Valeniine Kalaer, W.
Seylar, Jamea McLaUKhllu. Mullclotis Ileatructlun
01 Property-Kin ma Proas Malicious H.abMng
Jobn Deiti. Graud Larceny-Otiaa Feenv and
othere, Matthew i)vlg Buridary Jnhu O'Brien,
Uimper Hhobor, Wm Ncely Bluniuy Geo, Rtaugel.
Attempting to Taas Couut'-rfolt Money Jacob Honey,
Fmnk Lopch and J. H Dorvine, (two ludictmoiita,)
I. Uarrlet and m. Strnpham, lino ludlctmeuta.)
Assault and Battery Jamen ntewitrt, Jcbn Hflilimer
Daniel Finlev and othrrs; U. Schleibauui; (J. Kusa-
man and A. Weiboura,
: . ai
COVINGTON NEWS.
Any enmmnnlcatiolis from our frtPnds will he
thiikfully received. Addreas " Trees Beporter."
Box Jl, Covington, Ky. V
Cocl Not The pROpgn Auihokities Applt
a HtMFirv? It la weil-known that there are a num
ber of persona in thia city, male aud female, who aro
profeaaional vagrautu, and who havebeeuiilnioai per
manent reeideutaot tl , city prlaon for a timo ' that
tho memory of man runneth not to the contrary,"
ami who no sooner get out than Ihey c mrivn to get
inagalu; our law provides that they ahull be cim
mitied lor not uu.ro than twenty days, awl fed on
bread aud water only, lliia aenteure pleium iliem.
Vhllo tliov iv aept by t lie ritv, tney run live lu uli...
niwflund thnarealixe their dealtes, What if th-y ato
Ifd an lirond aud water only? It la better t'mn they
get when out Beside, It la iuieusalble to keep ao
strict a watch tinon them, hut h..t nilmr i.riu.n.,,.
will slip nieut through Hie npertiuoa luti, tlielr r
Th strictest vigiliinw can not pi-vent this Then
want Is the remedy? II course food ia not aufllcient
to rironlc them otf from their vjigrant habits, wlmt
will have tho deaired effect? There la but one thing
and that ia to put vagranlato hard lab r. Do Una
ami Ihey will either go to work ontniilc, where ihey
can rnill;.e the prolim themselves or leave the coun
try. Thuy would much sooner lubnr for thHinaelvna
out of pi iaou than for the ciy In tho prison. At nil
oveuM, t! thoy stl'l peratated, they now do, lu th, r
course of vagrancy, thoy c-.uM tio maUoaaourco of
prollt Instead ot a burden to the city.
Tolipb Coubt. Our town ia getting ex
ceedingly moral, and great feara aro entertained
lest our oflicIaU will liavo to llvo without broad
Kor two or three da) a, pn-vloiis to yoaterday, then)
has been nocrimiunl business ilmio by the Mayor
but on thi.t day ono ninn waa tlned 2 ",i for aomo
trilling iffenae. The promptness wuh which our
Mayor does hie duty ia the thief cause of the
scarcity of uffendere among ua. Thoao wlion inh to
cuiiiinituct-inio, hare no desiro to havo ttieir con
duct pnased upon by Mr. fiy. Our criminals fly
to Hit lieigliborlugtownaand cities.
Busk. Yesterday at'ternnon n flat-boat,
loaded with bowlders, wn olrtick and stink by tbe
steamboat Isaac Shio by , uu t far from tho miildlonf
t lit) river. There were two men nu hoarl wim n..,,..,!
ou planks till nakitf went out and readied tlieni.
Tliey took their ducting likepbllosuphflra, lb inking
ltagoodjoku.
James Tyro, who represented tho Order of
imprevou Keii neuol tnestaio or Kentucky, In tho
Umud Council recently held In Hmtimore, baa rn
tttrriod, and gives strong evidenco by bu demeanur
that ho enjoyed hiuiaelf e II.
Sunt To Tne Prnitkntiabt. Mary Sharp,
for eteallug a carpot-snck from Miss Sallle Fraier,
containing her w- ddliig apparel, waa yesterday eon
teurl to the penitentiary fur ouo year.
Tbe Cirnuit Court was engaged tbe greater
part of yesterday in haitrimr theeridoncoln tbecasa
oftlieoonteetod will of Madison Young.ih ooHaed. His
brothere aro endeavoring to have It sot aside, on Ilia
S round of she liiompotoncy of the testator, The
ecieien baa not yot boon rendered.
NEWPORT NEWS.
IBnbacrlptlons, advertisements and i-ammunlca.
tlona, addreaeuu to the 'TrMS Kjponer," ItoKBJ.will
be attended to. J
A Cham Amu an Itbv Dioh't Cjtcn It.
Whllo wolking tho struts, yest.-rday, forlorn nnd
nltnost In deepnir, lest tho Newport column of the
Prxwi wi uld bo "nonooniHtibus" to day, wo wcru
suddenly atartled by aa individual, apparently In a
groat rugfc, wh' wna threatening ourci ty offli-oia with
all kinds of vengeance tor not boliigabunt whti he,
a Itmnger, wiuti-d them, tie stated that ha hud
beets knocked down find robbed at n cotfeo-bouto iu
opsi. daylight, alio that thougli be did not know the
limn who did the doo1,vet he cmid puliu uut the
pluc where It witscurainttied At thU Juncture an
ulllcer paisi-d that way, and v.'aa called over. Tho
lHiur man's ator tvim Indeed n lamentublo one, mid
hed-manded that the guilty partite lie arriiiitod ' in
the Dame ol thocflitiiii. ii wealth." The officer, under
his guidance, started for the pUca of thu robbery,
anil wo lollowedat a resiiectnide disuinco hcliind,
musing upon some startling tragedy about to ho de
veloped, rubber , burglary, murder, all combined
In one transaction. We could pen In I b morning
puperat least a half-column of real senulnoeeiisn-
nun, -louniien on iaci, - stranger than licuon."
We ulready auw tho atartliug ttogody copied in a
thimsand pap re, and Newport, In one day, rendered
as famous aa Baltin ore during three je.raof ruwdy.
Ism. When we arrived at the p ace, w-wero, how-evi-r.
do-tlned tn feel all the hltiernoss thai, ao-t-ompaiilee
cruel dlsaprintment and blasted hop s.
Til- whole difficulty wna that tha ".traugnr" had
onion his dinner, taken a drink, and refused to pny
fortbem, and tha landlord would not lethim depart
until he had "forked over," which waa the causa of
Is wrath.
A number of young men were out hunting
with guns last Sunday, In violation of the Sabbath
laws, 'the ofttcora took their pieces from them, end
summoned thorn to upomr I" fore Ei, I'.iyne. Out
one of llioni baa dons bo. aud if the otliors do not
seen, tho guna will be sold to pty charges.
A young man, whose name we did not learn,
fell down iu a fir on the oast end of tho Newport and
Uotlugion bridge, Dtffiit Ik fore last, lie recovered
in t euort titue.
A number of fine specimens of blooded
cattle from various parts of ths country, paaaed
rnrougn tnia cny eu routa to ino uampoall Louuty
Kulr, which comuiencod yealorday.
John C. Scbroeder was fined $2 and costs
yesterday morning, bv Mayor Hawkina, for abusing
hia family. Borved him right.
Hosea Huntley, connected with the bur
glary committed upon tha premise of John Paul, a
gittiantitu, wna arrested by officer Boraefall yea
torday. A mon named Kvans, and another individ
ual w hose name wo did not learn, were arrested yes.
terday fur stealing some clothes.
Steamboat Register.
AuiuvALS-Dunloltli, Maysville: Parkeraburg,
Maillenn, VYeoooa, do ; Hupenur, Louisville: Mel
roae, I'Drfmoulli; Key Wet, Hig Samly; J. W.
Clieusiiian, rrattin Boao, Defender, liockct, Boston,
It. Flilmnliiind Iiaacshslby, Dock,
Dm-AaTrais Duulellh, lliiysvllfc; Parkere'iurg;
Mwlixon; Wenona. do.: Superior, Loulsvlllei Mulrora,
Poitsiuoutbi Boston, Big bandy.
MONETARY.
TUESDAY, September 20—3 P. M.
The Money market contlnuoe very clows, and Ih -m
r-n",?,'itli"1,,1"lu"u rt-iRnl " ,he 'irliigtucy .,f
currency. A Istgeatnouul of good l'upi'ronriii i
S'CU "r.ftp,,"or?l,'1'11" I'l'Count-lioBaM are du.ng
Hi. ""'"' " can for Iholr ciMonien at the
rate of icyipUoer eot. ilntaide Papor of ahort-dsto,
goiHlnaDi.-,geoaatl!4(;42 per cent.
.1?.'"; j '"'"""'Mio Uchango maikeli the a ip.
ft.'.' pSJKCFs "' to
fo change InVuiurY'iit Money
Nothing doleglaiMtJ.rrauti.
tr
TUESDAY, September 20—3 P. M. Cincinnati Produce Market.
TUESDAY EVENING, September 20, 1859.
ateady and firm, with a
fair local denstnd. and aom lnqitlry for seipme.it
Hales no brla. emraat 9i .v. im l at o; im.iJ
at tl M; widu fancy - hue Mheiit at 8.1 ati't iCiu ,!o'
juuTllue at si uVA i Halved during iho p
tivontv-fonr linursl.Srtl brh.
W1UKY-Tha market is firm, and prices well a is
falurd. bales 9W brls. at rtM(MLc, tho latuarrue
fr m wa'.'ou,
OHOCKltlKS-Sngarlsverv linn, acd prices n
stiff-r, tliongh uai uiiutnblv higher, beli-x to-tiay o'
ISO lititie. at rii to r?ie. i'(.ft, u la rm, with salt of
1J.1 hit-s prime st IS'tc. Hulaaaea imctiani-ed
PK0V110N6-Mmb P. rk la in good neinand nt
SH for Country, and Sil S3 fur city, with more huyera
than aelle- atthe-f pricea nt tho cl ae. The uaVw
oomprlse Sisibrla. at &t(Hi 2. Uicon ia ludemend
ut Ifi and 'JHc, b it hoid-ra are In in at 7i and dc.
Bulk ilnaia a e:oly and tuich ,nged . Lard Is tlinsir.
with -Jileaofi;, tli-rc-aat 1040.
MKU A a.ilcol 1J0 lujbel Timothy at ?2 13. Jlnr
Bot very dull.
t.ui3-Tha demand is fair, ana prices flraiatl:(B
ISc. per dozvu.
tlllKKSB-tia'ftaSJO lanes at "Ho fi r prime West
ern Keserve: isjSfcso foreitra large do .aiid I0 a
lie. forKnullh lairy. '
H HEAT-Thu Dtsrlsct reuinlv. flrm, with agt od
deniana, and hat lumlurate teoi lpts. ta'es snn btiiib
elapriiiiowuiieatil mjtoodo g 'od do at 1 1 ti; :r
do, at 1 J; 100 do fair ib. at ll tn- ix do lull
at ' do. go 'd red ul S3c ; 2ouri. prime 1I0. at (t.
COrlN-balcs?,lK)bu8uclfair mixed t7c. Mar
ket fir in.
IIMil,B?-A fooHdstnand fur prima fall at Tio.,
at. 4 piiuiu -pring atTUo.
UVrl-HalcaiD busliols at ?., and M0 do. at Tie
Market firm at TT.o.
OATS A gucd daman I and prices firm at tf
Sales 1,;XI bushels at this price.
- 1 1 - --1 a ' i
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, September 20—P. M.
' "'" "yy'ww iMwmi .mil, SV,OOU
brie at ftil A for iiupei llna Stato; it 4ftS4 ut y
exirndo ; fclQi toanp rrliie Wastei-u; S4 i St 7 for
common to good intra Uesterti; M r'Tiill 60 fur old,
null ?S yirg.Murfrrrh ground shipping tirau.ls extra
round -hoi.iH.-d nhio.cl.itig henry. ChuwIIhu Flout
B'esdy: -a es iSllith.ati'XgS JStbrexir. RveFlour
dull at $3 fiil 3u. n'lioai ahade bet ei: salw 2,iisi
bush, at Slijji ij fur tfring in small lute: $1 in fit
new red Miat.-j $1 IWM SO for n d Woittliorii; Si K,a
1 3u forwliite Jo ; $1 i;Jl tor white Mlchlgii,
and r I? fir ted "lrhlgaii. Kyo atondy: aalin S,(fi)0
bushels, purl to airlvo, at Cue. barley quiet: sales
4.Mil'iish ntWc. i"ruac.rci'iind shulo ft' inert sele
ID ) hueli. at Kic. for mlxid We-ti ru in lut, and st'c
Mrpiluiewliltu Sointitrii. Oats tjitlot at 7(iiitlc. lor
-Id and new Siato; jriWc. fur Vtootoru, aud Jsfittijc.
fortaniidlsn,
Wi laky: aale.mbrls. at S7c. Porl: firmer: aa'es
?,'tn brls. a Si.', W.15 M for meaa; S'iSU .V) tor
prims mess: $H lili ii lor ttilo n ci.a. Beef heavy:
sales icpuciied Ctuca o at 3lU MCiill 60 fur extra
Beet Hams ditllut WffAlc. Bacon quiet. t.t Meals
tlrni; Bales m parkas oa at 7nC, fur should-rs and
5c. lor liama. Laril uuchatiKiHl : aoloa Ssobr'a. at
'0U(3ill)fe. fur No. 1 city to prluie Western, liutt- r
stoutly at 12iJII. for Ohio, ami l?jr ! c. for State
Cheeso ateait, at 9H.V,r, Cotton unlet : sales 4'Ki
bales. Tobacco unctiiaiiged : aalea at StSiV:. Tallow
dull. Wool Sles unimportant, and prlccsarenu-altered,
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
New Orleans Market. NEW ORLEANS, September 20.
CbHnti I'rirea Irregulat: aalea 7,600 bales nt
UWc: sales of three alsya, is.Ott) bnle.; recelptado
16,otlwlee,gKln the snnio amount l-sstje.ir: ex
ports, 10,09) balfS', reccilpta, Blio.nt of lOHt year 21 OuO
bales. Huaiir rtrtnntOtiaWc Jjitntln Ijarrvlt lllbj.
Wblnky.wllsati.
[By Telegraph.]
Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, September 20—M.
Flour dull snd heM nt $5; no sales. Wheat
dull ai.d slow of sale, but prlcee btb vrnnllerrd:
IS la hushla are nlTmlug. Corn dull: whlta nnd
yel ow n3f! Hmvlsions firm, rtacon bides Ilk;.;
raoss Pork $1S1S 8. Whisky dull at 2fc.
1 ," j
HOME INTEREST.
VffH. II. Pnrvlu, Advertlalnc Agent, Ro.
lit) West Fonrth-stroet.
twnnnnerrean finlleiT, Bonth-weat cor
ner of Sixth and Wnstorn-rnw, over Hsnuaford's
drugstore. Pictures taken aud put In ffoodcasoa for
twonty conls. Wattuntnil to pleajo.
PiTThrso Vest Fattens at tho Clolhlne
Emporium of Messrs. Fricl & McUnlre, No. or, V'al-nut-stroot,
aro or t': very best quality of fioode, ami
without doubt tho rhpnpeat in market. Kvery va
riety of gonta' goods on hand and sold at lowllguroe.
Olre them a trial.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
9g9KniXSEtnS MEDICAIi DIS.
CASiV (OVKllTlsacknowleilgodhy the moat en. -Inentphyslciaua,
and liy the must careful druvglatx
throughout tho United States, to bo tho most eflootu d
hlooit-purlflorever kuowu, and to have relieved more
stitforing, hiiiI ell er tod mon- permanent cures, th,t,
auv rreparntinn known ti tho prof-salon. Scrofula.
Saltltheam, Krysipo.ua, Scald-head. sily eruptions
ofwhatnOeveriiature.ur8Cur.il lira few botlles, an. I
Ihesyatem nHtoreiItol"iill stiongili and vigor. Ku.j
andcxplldt dir. eloiis fur lliecnroor ulcerated soiv
legs, aii-l ot lier corrupt h nd rttti ui nsr tilccrs Ih nivrtn tn
the pamphlet with ea-h bottle. Fur sill" by .1(111 S l
PAK. sci it g EuKbTKIN i CO.. and (iEOIti.l:
il.lllXON. Frlcegl. roplj-iiy
THE OUJJTV HtlAI( Kill
tliu eillialiKAtlfin of renl MtutM In tl.ft ..,. .
try iiiwunipai now in aeaaion at the eu-tv An
dltur'sOlrlco. l'eraoas laving complaints will prv
sent tlmm in writing viibout delay. No ronipl util
otlierthsn tbone mails in writitm will moot with at
tention. By order ni ths Board.
sepl7aw HOWAltD MATTHKyv's, Auditor.
BUSINESS 1WE!S PHAVP.ll
jlKES? MBRTlNHSare held every morning in the
baai-mentof tho First Church. A II are invited, jyl
STEAMSHIP
GKEAT EASTERN!
GRAND EXCURSION TRIP
-BY T1IS-
Cincinnati, Hiiiallton & Dayton,
Dayton aud Michigan, Toledo aud
Uetrult, Great Western aud
Grand 1'ruuk Railroad, to
Montreal and Portland.
THE MAM vtOTH STEAMSHIP
SfiCS?' win leave ' nglnnd nn the 15th inet., and U
cxiwoled to icacn Portland ou Ihn TM.
BpeiJal Excursioa liokcts
Fromnnclnnatltol',.rtiandandretnrn will besolt'
for s-iO, ao rl for thrw, tretka fr ra ino lwh inst.
k.xcurliitiista will niveau onn rninity also of see-Ingth.-OHRATVlCTdRlA
BHIDCilS, at Montreal
whirls Is tw., mile In lcnitb and iiwrly comrlelod
TickoiaanldatalUliK Tlckut Oilicea of the CD.
4 D. h. 11, Company. D. MoLAREN.
Superintendent ' 11 A If. It. II.
,,, , B SI. 8HDKHAKKK,
sopllf Qenernl Superintendent D. Si M. It. B.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HECHlilCS' FAIR.
T
IHK TJN'RIVAL'ED PMOKE-CONSUM-
iu watj UOU1LINO BTOVE, THE
ALLIGATOR,
SIX SIZES, '
Now being anhlluted. The largest aor1ruont ol
ani'tMtablletioientlntbe Weitorn couulry.
For sale by the Inventors and Mann fact urera,
ADAMS &PE0KOVER,
A0VELT? IRON FOCNDIBY,
Ftm.th-street. near Smith.
SONt-CW
HEJTRY DAVID,
NO. 278 MAIN 8TRKKT, BEHVEKN
SIX ril AND SV UNTII. Ilanufactnrer and
1 nip irter of jkiopa, Perils aery and I'nticy Ooods, has
lust received. pir sti araer, a lot uf 1'orre Moni luca.
Cigar t:aea, Bruahea. Cutiibs, Perfumery, IIef llnr.
to und l-aury Uoods of all doacrlpti. na; also a coin,
oleten-tortnient of Handkerchief Kxtracts, wi Ich
be la prepnrui to aell at a tlgtire lowoi-tbai any other
dealer in the city. Alio, ricoived thla day from Now
ork, a large lot of David's Blue and Black Writing
and Marking Inks which the subscriber will bo abb.
to sell at manufacturer's prlcoa. Jobbers and re.
tellers will pleaaa call In and 'X am I lie before pur
chasing elsowhem. Allklndsor Rumors at twenty
lite centa per bottle. hVrnrmbar the place, 27S Hnfn
street, hot ween glith and Seventh. iep
8IX CPNT8 WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ON E WEEK.
- ATJCTIOTI SAI.E8,
ArCTIOST 8ALE. BV COOPER ic
NTOKES, (tales-rooms No. U Essrt Fonrt -'i'i-'on
sale of (sold aod llTr Watr.h.s.
LiS"1.' nhUa Auctioii, en THIRNDAV
UdHNIKU, 8,ten,br , at onr auction -rooma, a
laraeaseortroantut bold and Silver Watchea, and a
splendid lot of Jewelry., hale at ! o'clock..
sepM COOPEu t 8TOKI8, Auttloneera.
BKMOVALi.
CARPETS at COST
I WILL MES10VI TO UT NB,V BTOBB.DNDM
Pike's Opera-house,
OK TIT.
FIRST OF OCTOBER,
AND OfFBB MT P1B8KMT BT0CK A.V
Greatly Keduoed Prioes.
HENRY FALLS,
65 West Fonrth-tttreet.
splll
r'glKASI TKAhll TUA8!!I I 13AVB COIT
KT ANT lis on baud a large nnd well selected
atock uf Urooii -and Black Teiii, which I ollvr e
prlcss boluw eumpctlliiin.
J. fRUCJrTSOII.tJrocsir,
spl7 Cornsr Mnth and ini.
ANE CRACKKR9 A FULL SUPPLY
of those egcelhnt Crarkera always on bard.
Also, twin Crackers, Aberuettv n Isctilt and Cnglists
wi. niie.ie. j. rrjntsL -Ufl. urocer.
sopiv
tornor Ninth aud Vine.
ILIItESH TABLR n IT T T E R.-I HAVK
.r. mde arrangunients to have a constant snpplr
or Fre-h fable lkinmr, wilb whi -li fumiikM Uiay Las
supplied by leaving their oi ler, with
J. rJKOliSON. Srowr,
JK'Pl; tVrner Mutk and Vina,
SOsTTUG4rto"Ht)USE;
South-east corner of Sixth sun Klto, Wnclncatl, C.
fl'llKSUBSOaiBKHHAVINO RENEWED
JL his 1 'aaenl'the.Sontligsite ilouse, and expended
i large amount of money In eulnting, mrrodog, and
ivtiirnishlng it, lnirwliicing Kalhlnsj-rnutM, Water,
do-'ets, and every possible conveulencH hus! luxury
ihiouijii ti t, Invited a coiitiiiuauiw ol tho public pnt
ruiiug,! He feola confident ttint tho houau will bw
tumid, with Its re. int improvejiiente, la a better
oondition than when Brut opened lor ttis racoptioiiof
guests. The location of ihe hotel Is central aud cois--enlmt,
either fur up towu visits or down-towu
Inisiueiia, Ueaia are regularlv served at t he table
J lioto, or In private rooma, and IV, alelind at all
hours. The terms are SI per day, and sKoomtuodn
tion eiiual to any $1 SO per day hnuao In the city.
Hie liuiiae will be kept open night and dny, at all
honre, Omnlbuaee still be in attvuduuee to and from
i ho cars. Break faat for oarly train. And for tli
ivt, the proprietor leavea his gneata to awiak for
him. teplHtml-Jf. F, WATtOii. Proprietor.
Fiicehior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory. 3 Vino ft. M
Lampblack.
1 tl( BRT.9. ASSORTED LAMPBLACK,
V" w received and for sale by
HUlliU. EUtiHTKIN t CO.,
S"Pl9-e OppusltathePeetofllce.
Saltpeter.
ff KEG8 REFINED SALTPETBR, RE-
JILr CKl VJD d for sale by
BUIBK, ECKSTKIN (10.. Brtigglsta,
sepH-e Oppoaltn the roatofflce.
Bath. Bricks.
sf?' ERL9.BATH BRICKS, EECIIVBD
-ssai Jf a ud for sale by
filttttn cnroTvru i. m
lep!9-e
-.b.M... ..v,. . u. . VI'.,
Opposite tbo PeatoUlce.
Venetian Red, . ,
BRL3 VENETIAN RED.HSCEIVED
jmuf aud for sale hv -
hl'IMC, ECKSTEIN 4; 0O.,
sort 9-0 Oppiaile thePostoftlce.
Smith's Tonic Syrup.
-& rh GROSS SMITH'S TONIC SIRUP,
received and for aula by
kl'lnv irrivMTvru k rj
repio-e
Opposite thepOTtoftice.
Quinine.
OUNCES QUININE ON
(iJfyJ hand ami for sulu bv
blliHE, EUKSTKIlf i Oil.,
S)'I9-C OppiiBltB the Pi'Steffico.
Buckeye Pile Ointment.
A S INFALLIBLE REMEDY FOR THE
i. Piles. It has been fully teet d, Dot enly lu
irivate practl-e, but also la sutne of our public lu
tltiiti ins,und uever fills to euro, "rnpared ai d for
salfliy 8U1KK, ECKSTtCIK A ro.,
. "Jili Oppo.lte the Pintofllc.
Kaliston, or Orient Water.
OOR REM0VIN9 TAN, SUNBURN,
. Freckli-B, Bedness and Eruption oftheBkin.
Vlen, aa a Waah fur tbe Hair, to provont the acenma
lalioti of Dundrof, 4c. ft sale by
KCIBE. ECBTKIN A C".,
Opposite the l'ostoffloe,
OEORGE M. DIXON,
IMTOr.Tia iND DXALXt I
PURE DRUGS AND CI1EMIOAL8, EX
flt.i quality MedlolneB, Pbarmnceutlcat pro.
iair.it intis, QliBaware, Paints, Oils, nje Stuff., sc.,
oi'th.east corner ninln nnd sTtfhecree)ta,
sepr,aw
Farina.
S5, BOXES "HKCK ER'S." FOR SALE
Mi 9 l,y flic. i. M. DIXON, l-rogglet,
an lliw Korthaat corner fifth and Wain.
fin Foil. ..
fL CASES. "HEAVY AND I.TflTTT T?f)R
OEO. SI. 1'lXllN. Dinool.l.
S'-idS-nw
Morth east corner pjlth auf Main.
Paints, Oils, &o.
BRLS HRE-PR00? PAIST.DAKK
nndlluh'i
o() brls. Venetian Red, Bnrjllsh;
lucaaks Preiiih Ochre:
Mlirle. Whltlngj ' '
un, I" brla. I'utt) , lu Madders!
v.H! Uad, Liinseod-oli, c, at mruafctnrer'
pi loos. Fur sale by
OR i. M. DISON, DrvijtBlst,
T.' jLSE yorth-east corner flftli and Main.
Choice Cigars and Tobacco,
OP THE MOST FAVORITE BRANDS,
alwaiatobe had at ORO. M. DIXON'S,
"f I'1;? MortjiHiast corner Flflh and Main.
. A LARGE ASSORTMBMT OP
AUfllUULRliL BOOKS,
' ' ; FOI SIM BT ' ' ' ' :
E. M ENDENHALL, .
At lila new Store, lit vct Flith-atreet.
sepltl
LANS V BODLCY,
HA.tnPAOTTagas or ' ' "
Wood-Working Machinery,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLB,
Corner John on Water t.. Oloe InnatLO.
Of-tV ...... u
NOTICE.
ALt FEED-8T0BE MEN ' ARE NOTI
s IED that J. O. KKE1' MILL, now on ex
hibition at the Mechanic' Jalr, will grindtwenty
ftve i2J) bushels ef any feta(S o( gr,ln 0Te:y nlgh,t
froe t,r charge, at the. inir,
aeplTsw ' HBRI), HQ1.ABIRD afc CO.
y LLLIAM U. BALDWIN. AXTVHNEV
tmL .."""i "n'ollor at Law, (Jhaaat's Bttlldlnn
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