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"WAKTB," "roB BALE," "TO LET," "LOST,
"FOUND," Ac., In thli columa, occupying flro ltn
or leu, two Insertions, twenty -tlveconta,
TAN TED SITU AT ION -As salosrnifi.
. v,nn lron ,oro- A "r" cliut blncksnuih,
net wlening to work nt the hmlnen, itualrt-v eitua
tlon fit above. Address A Press olllce. st-p2iti
VyANTED SERVANT A middle-agod
- . K?,"!'1 ,0 rt0 gneral housework. Apply at
li Yteit lifth-strcet, boiwivmWoluut and Vino.
sep -ih
"ITANTEll TIVO GIRLS Ono good
chambermaid nod one dining-room girl.
Ajiply at tho Mndlson House, Covington, Ky.
aepr'b'j
WANTED SERVANT A woman to go
flttocu miles in the country, to cook, vra.b
una Iron, nit tithe nsslstaiica ot another woman. Ap
ply at ttio County Clerk's oftle Conrt-hoiua. ). x.
t !p?.'l
WANTED RMPLOYMENT-A ToTng
man vrbo thoroughly understands lii hiisi
nos wants situation to ui iva on cnijino-oiie that
is stationary preferred; a, woman and h.r daughter
of fourteen yams dd want a situation in tlm same
hou-o as cook aud dluinierooui maid-both under-st-nd
their tjunlnctaa ; several girls wanted at nu
olllco 3fi; Kim ami Ninth street,
aopga THuMAS UUITTIANAS.
rANTED PAKTNKR A good business
- - lusu, win, n.,1110 mplllll, ia a goou IlllSIOtW.
to whoinagood Interest nlll Ik. given. Address 0.
t P , Press ofilco.. sepb
ANTED-SITUAfToN-AVfook"iD8.
... Jf Jf'Tato family, Uefercncj glvou. Address
!u. TV, Press cilice, seprl."
S7A NTED SITUATION A good Kn-
glwr(f!ormoni wante n situation to rim an
engine. Address JOHN MIlltTKS. at tills nuieo.
lacTUI c
WANTED ROOM A furnUbad room,
(it thA I'mKirlirn Kit-r...o ( ei.i.. -m ....
ANTEIi-SITlfATI0N-I7"7u7P
man, an porter In a storo, or I willing to go
as bar-keupor. Address J . C. W., at tiiln olllco.
Lapilul
WANT KD-SIT V AT ION-Ayoung man
troni Kngland wishes a situation clerk or
po-ter In a wholesale or rotail toro. Address tl . S. M
nt ibis office eepilb
WANTED UOCSE A dweliing"of abou'
four or five rooms, by a prompt purine ton
ant Address J. U PrcHnofllco. t-cplilh'
WANTED CARPBNTKRS -TwTntT-Itvo
carpenter Immediately App'vtoH K
.leuklns. Alillcrerk. near l.'iimetou, Hiorv A Alulone a
saw nilll, r,r to (!. ' Nn,,l, Loliunb.ii, ue.ir K.
t'rcUlitini i (Jo a mill, Kxp'JId
SLANTED SIT If ATI(N A la.Jy who
. " ,,Moa rutn?n.wnrK.
u au port r lianil. ciiimbln . f making and fliiishlnir
.n;t, vosta punts ilirnnr:lioiit, mnilrt likianou
KHHoaieiH totuke work boin.- on DiB'hinonr oth'r
wAdji" T ILOBHSm, at th l o!Tire, w p
KKT ANTED M EN Situations for clorks
bnok-kwpr, niluen, purtora, pooprr,
liar-hpor"'". mwlianlcf , Ac. Also.lmilniws clwiicra
tor nien witu larg and nniull raftlal. Apply to
H A LR !(, Mairhsnta' Clark) lti'slftrj- (ililco. !v
Went Kiltl-rtrimt. mp3il.
rAN TED II E LI' Clorkp, waitcr7,"jift7t.
ori, bar-tonder, man used to Ihn oro of
bora and taMe-work, nn nrtwo lodu itr ouf
nien to go to Mt. IjiiuIb, acTaral young inon to trt.V.d
una or iwn erniml lyiyx; also female H'rvnnl n fi,l
(ok, dliiliiR-rooui, i.luinibor and nursa alrlx. AnuK
at ilia General Information aud A.ienoy Oin' o. Ao
N B.-Wn rosptwtfully w.llcit t patronaoof all
who tv hli to hint clmira belp, altlier mala o (,ma e
JiirtormareBO very mndrato bat tlp yca noi lali
loglvontiHfontl"n tnll h .'may favin iMwIthaeall
Nerva ta,ri'UionilHrlhiitourniodj iif .icdng lunilni'iin
iidifferunt from that of any other olllce In'tha div
''lv;"'rial ;ep-.'l-l'; A I).AHiWK (.
WANTED IMMEDIA T ELY - aT th
Tclegrnph FIimiho. No. X'A Woalnrn-rnw, a
man who undurntniulahoiigework cnoklnrr, wn-h-1C,
ironing, it. Apply lmiu. diatoly at tho Tola
graph Uotia, No. 3 vvtimorn-roK.
fnopH-tfi
WANTED SITUATION By a youlg
man who nndamtands rannina cyllndor
praseea, Adamn praaaiiH, und all liirjdj of jyvanwii ueeit
Jn Job or uewepnpor printing, Addrasi "E v (!
1'rwa Office. epli).iiw''
WANTED AGENTS To aell a 'dwWMv
..'rc""lf ,,'."t P"1""'". "Jnllan'a InfiWi
Tnhlee'coiitiuitliigaocu atoralculaMonaol Intonut
at t. It, 7, 8, '.I and 0 pur cent.., both aimpln and i-.ua
pound, on u 1 1 aume from ono .-out to m, Miid Iro.n
oiioooy to six years. A rare opportunity to niako
money In tho aalo of this new, cbemi nud uwiful
wnrli, Fur fiii'tUiTiiiforoiali.m iu to uioi, Lesii.
nuinyinltitHvar,a!idinrna,arldrf(stamiiiii(rliim,d,)
orai.plUiJ, llAi5Altl UAVIM, VI Kiiili-suuot.
fan'.a"Hl
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT HOTiSK Tho loww part of a
twoalory tiotieo. f fan. ishcil, ) to n resptnhl,,
tenant. 'ioi-iu mo , crate. Kor . irtlnilurninpiy on
the premlees, Do. tls (juttor rtrout, it few doors i.'orlli
of Hopkins. Bupjl I,
IjlOR RENT ROOMS Lodging TComTand
ofllooi for rent in Union block, east entrance,
'Xklra strent, twtwon Jiii.adway iiiidSvcainoro.
Apply to Janilor.nr
S. J. HBiUDWBLti,
loplt&w Hd Walunt.atroet.
FOR SALE.
F
OR SALE DOU A lino Nwfoundlnd
rtiiR. alwut ono yar and a half old. Annlr nt
fin. 311 Uest-strcPt. .nll.
6iri7LLgE'viNaulJuINE"A
hiiidsorno encased rnsewnod anwtng inachlno,
(flniit Wnlstor',nin bo had at a reasonable nice.
Apply at i;i Wwt Until -stioet, epiui:
FOR SALE SALOON 2;MVino-8trco7,
onod.or from Hlxlh bar and eleven rooms,
vol! furnished and papered, and doing a gp od bn.ii
ness. Near Wood's Theater. Inquire un lb prem
ises. H. II. flKltLINV:.!. sopjaw
BOARDING.
BOARDING Two tospeoiablo meohanics,
who aro willtnjr to occupy one bed. can bo nc
oinmodatf.l with board and lodging in a privafb
family. Term, uindnato. Apply at No. 7 Court
alreot, went of We. lorn-row. sep2'a
BOARDINO Two or three gentlemen de
siring a pleasant i lace to board, In n privnin
family where there ore a fow boarders, would uo well
to rail Ml Mo. 107 Longwortu-street, bttmwn Kim
nnd IMnm. sep?2h
BOARDINrt-M'anted for aornle".
mnn, wife nnd tbrn ehlldren. A privato
family preferred, tine lnim room would suit. Ad
tlresa B. P., Penny i'rcM IHirn. sepgsiit
BOARDINO A aruall rcapcntnhlo family,
without children, inn hnvn tinfnrnbhed hi. a I
roonW, with b nrd, in n privata family. Apply at (7
-Mnth-ntrect, between Walntil uml Vino. p2li
BOARDINO A yonni; man dc-sirea to ob
tain b arding In a privato family, or where
there are bir lew other hoarders. Tenns to lw mo
derate. Addrev. UkOIIDK, at the oilli eof the I'enny
PrfHS. sepaib
TJOARDING A gentleman and lady and
a lew young msn sin ho speom mnilai! with
board and pleasant rooms at 2 Vln-atrtt, hotweon
front and sawnd, Aoeoniaiodationi for a few day
Doardere. sepie.cf
iia. FOSTER,
The great Natural
CLAIRVOYANT AND SEER,
Has arrived ami tnkon rornns at tho
Nnnth-eait corner Norik ami New-atrnli.
Ihenbsi
SlILIilNEBY.
A VAIttES AM) ELEGANT A8S0KTMBNT Of
PALIi AND W IMT.R
2iixijiX2sr2iSn-sr,
NOW READY.
(VS9SS BLOLMC.
106 West ro3irtlK-slvtt.
r80pl 7avrl
OJIJ.EXIIIMTION
LANE & "BOD LEY'S
. PORTABLE
Circular Saiv Mill!
and
LCG-TCUMMJ ilPPARiTCS,
m raii.t oPtiuTioa in
Macliin e ry 1 partmont.
WILLIAJl U. UALDW1N, ATTORNEY
and I.Vi.u-.'IN.r ui l.au. Clime's Uulldlng
Thbiil strci't, di Kmi ! Miii i!7I
THE PRESS.
TinitsriAY
....SliPTE.UBKR
WANTS! WANTS!!
Ir you want a sir rant, oilrrrltsa In
TI1K PENNV 1'KESS
Ir yon want a home, advrrtiuo In
THK PltNNV PR EMS.
Ir yon want to sell anything, advertise In
TUB PENNV PUEg.
Ir yon want to btiy anylliiag, advsrtlso In
TUU PKNNV Pit ESS.
In fuel, erory want supplied by ailrrMlnt In
THE PKNNV PKES8
CITY MATTERS.
aar Penny Press to 1j Lad evrrj
iurnin5 nt tlio Oiiuntiiifr-room tliiori
mlj one cent,
.
Jff Meteorological obsorvutiors for the
PavNy l'REsg.by IW.tvy Ware, Optioan, No.
7 Vest Foorth-etreet, feptomber 21, 1859.
O'olock. Itareanetor. Thermomater.
'A- L a i,- f.9
J!' - M
P. M w.:V 1.7
JEZ1'fVho following ia a list of Inltflrs de
tained Jfor non payiiiont of postnj;o at the
PostofTitip, in this city, September 20:
Mnrritt 4 Draper, Vow York, N. T.
.esao.l. Kfliv.ii'ds, Form iogioii. Mo.
Jjmnpli H Heii.tley. Itlr-lmiond, Imi.
itlios K.va N. HoKiiibnthiiin, NV lin;hostef,().
. . Wsbh, I'll ladelp. in, TciUi.
Ciimeroii Klsk,(!oviiiKir,n, Kv.
l""r;o W. UMel, ttow Vcrli, K. V.
1 1 urn ui Vcghuru, Pr.nnaylraiiiubnrg, lnd.
Dinitl tin,,!, J, .Hitllo. 111.
Plntl Urothor, bow orlt, N, T.
EliioMi, Burnlti, ilNdisniiville. I.a.
J J ftolllns tic, Snw Vi.rk, N. k".
Mian Hmma Tnyn uam, Crnivf.ir svillo, Ind.
Blldi Sareh H. Le,'ia lira.id Itlufl', Texat".
Capudu .1 J. l;..i)l ti.oii, "hiill. g Wharf, .
I)r J. C. Hal, KulkvIIIo, Toi.n.
Ilr. C. ,N. Vond-vur. CUIcsflo. III.
an., JJarlmra llolums, P.tuburg, I'oun.
Orrosiito Co!Iktion. Tho Opposition
Varty meet in coDrntiou thia inoruins nt
Smith A Nixon's .Tjill. Wa giva thi list oi
ilelr-flutea and Execnuivo Committeo aelccted
last uight in tho primary meetiun.
first Wurd ,T. t. Cuuningham, E. N.
Nlocium.C. W. r.i)tvland, William II. Slovens,
rastu Donniaon, A0. Cheever, II. Bertrum,
VV. It. Lacy.
Seermd IV-iroI. He nry Mnok, Alfred B. Mul
itt, Orin Ti. Newioni, D. K. Daniela, D. W.
.V.oCarthy, N. Stowai't, Cbn.. MoDougal, Wm
Valletta.
Third Ward. He nry Riobern, Louis Moh
nor, II. lliitisfl, Liw Autenheimer, Wui. J.
abitltz, J, T!. Kobe rtson, T. J. Brown.
Fourth HW. Wm. Col, A. P. Copra,
A nit row Bntcholor Ja-moaLotior, Juoob Meu
8. N. Foivlur.
Fifth IVarrf. Mono Swenoy, D. Egglejtoo,
J D. Loveil, John Kirchnor, Alfred Cuttor,
Ihsho Wot, 11. M. I) aua, J. P. Epply.
Sixth Ward.- Martin II. Crane, Henry Wio
deriobt, Gsnrije Ilarood, George L. Johnston,
Arch. V. Stewnrt, N. F. Sharuleag, W. W.
ll(?ill.
Xevtnth iTa rtt. Henry Kessler, Henry King,
A. Moore, Auj;ut 1 lotbert, F. iStaggo, John
Steele, J. Tosso, 0. Petermao.
Eighth Ward. 3. B. Davis, Joljrj VL. Mo-
C. rrJ, IJ. V. Hortni,, Oeo. II. Warner, John
Becker, M. P. Oaddi'i, William Do Beok, D. S.
Beuton, F. Wiseman, J. Satwer, Geo. II. fc,w
jer, A. W. Churoliill.
hTiMh Wanl.U. A. Beate, AV. B. Ilagans,
D. W. C. Slitwkly, II. B. Ailmtui, C. Webraer,
W. Ilupnofelt.
TetitA irorrf. Etn&ntiel Wassenich, E.
Spmcb, F. Veiner,. S. Soripel, Phillip Reri, F.
L. Eiuiuert, II. II alworL A. Kilter, F, Hun
ter, P. Snider, A. ?Pafel.
Ehmnth TI,;irrf.-Jobii II. Cla Hoarder, 0.
B. Ilollisler, Dr. C. K. Jot-r'., j. D. Roirus,
Iliinry F.rithhiitiiier, L. Strohel, II . Finke,
Cioo. Davis, John Ilurgoinc, Jr., Fred Keith,
Juotb Kline, F. Hammirck.
Twrlih Ward. V,. F. Ichondoff, II. Bur
deia, val. Wuniier, 'fi. Barefoot, Henry Erklo,
Goo. Clmter, F. CaHendorf, John Fouer, Mi
obael Eoliner, Theddore Myers,!. Oche, F.
Ueisler, F. Wp-wdygana.
5f'A,rernlA Ward J. It. Delorae, T. 1'rico,
J. A. Stevenn, 0. F. Keatner, Win. Hamilton.
Fourteenth Ward. Thoa. II. Woasner, Adol
ptaim Carnea, Joeepb M. Houaton, Rowland
Ellia, Oeo, :p, Dem, Philip Weatherbee, LewiB
Wisby, Wr. JI. Kelsev. Beni. Eaten. E.ekiel
Oraven, Obimor Glonn.
tiftrenth Ymvt.X. II. Brown. R. Cor-
wino.CO. Asdress, ('. W. MuPill, J. Kin-
uaut, Jt.. i. iiayoa, Jns. J.ensn, ,1. Moervnod,
I. Hen'ornmnn , 1. Bmshears, G. fitncklmiuae,
J. Medary, V.r.H. Adderly, ( C. Whilsen,
W. II. Gould. 1 '
HUtrtnth IF ard.Vi'. B. Chenowetb, S
Hadcn, Amof , Tooker. M. Slack. J. W. Far
G. Reilel, f ). g. Belts, A. E. Ilayse, AV.
iioi. Ker.
SrvrvhrKth irnio?. S. L. Green. L. Sf. Boe-
ors, C. P. f,harp, A. W. Sprague, V. Saiiabmy,
John P. Soeiiror.
o. F..Jyi:rinHtfMill (Imh TYivni.l
B. KeyB, John A. Brown, Richard Aahcroft.
.i. rrtmct of Blilkreek Toirmhtp. SaW..
Yi. Keys, John 8. Brown, Aaa Brown nnd
Richard Ashcraft.
c'(orr Tnmuhij,. G. A. 'Wlip.elor, AVm.
Ovcrraud, J. C. llnrwood, T. II. Yeatman.
County Eremtivt Committe. First Ward,E.
N. Blncum; second, B. II Stephenson ; third,
J. F. Bracken; fourth, Henry E. norrockaj
fifth, Benjamir, 15ggleton ; sixth, William B.
Cox ; serentli , Thoodore Burns j eighth, John
MtCorti; nir.th, ThoniRs S. Royaej tenth, F.
Wernor i eloventh, V, IlaBsaurek ; twelfth,
Henry KrVle ! thirteenth, J. B. Richards ; four
teenth, Adolphns Carres; fifteenth, John E.
Recao; sixteenth. W. R Looker: seventeenth.
John 8. .'iliguland ; Plorra Township, J. Cos;
soulb-eau precinct Jlillcreek Township, Wm.
tilM Tr i i .
iaiqray aitero.von ine worxman en
gigod on the Ciueinnati Street Ruilroad, at tho
oornerof Western-row and Ninth street, found
it necessary in rotuoving t lie elrfiet omssiDg' to
-v... ciup.mry uaui in me stree giiuor in
front of the Telegraph Houne. The renter ao
ocmulated at that point to the Uopth of three
rest. A nilmhoenl' um..ll I .n ., .... ,hnlM.
selves by rolling up their pants and wading in,
one of whom, tbe son of Mr. Geo. Seiner, was
tumbled into tho water, and flame very near
being drowned. Ilis grand-mother, an elderly
lady, ran to his rescue in time to pull hint out
and snva Mj Ufa
Lewis Brittirier, the yoang man nr
roetod night before last for placing bowlders on
the atret. railroad traok, wst tried by His
n.inor, Judge Lowe. vesterda,v. and fined 10
and costs, together with imprisonment iu the
City Prison fur five daya. Britiiuer is about
eighteen years of Bg;o, and Is certainly too
large a boy to engage In euob .tricks. In eon
neoiiun with this '.natter, we would say that it
Is the determliiat'.ort of the polios to arreat all
parties eaught if j planing obstructions on the
track.
3fff"The (frmt Rulern, muniiactured by
Mr J. B. Mot risnn, of Dayton, Obio, nnd in
teuiid as a repair bust for the Whitewater
Canal, has arrived at what ia termed Grandin's
Btalinn, ami laid up, ia aonsequence of tbe ob-
iiiuuuouui rnestroets st too corner or west-oru-row
Hied Niuth, at Suiizer's crotaing. 6he
will bo tahen to the bsaiu of the W Kite water
Canal, on wheels, aa soon as tho ourva In the
street railroad is completed, which will proba
bly be ttt-morrotf.
lira uo,l; Ull.., jS-,,.1,
and another person, who bud paid Dr. Ealing
tbirfy-Ave dollars each for services rendered in
exltaeting corns, made aomplalot before Ktq.
Illltl WlL.1 nl.A , U..ln .. . I, a ...a I.....W.
.-.u.,u, -uv., nn.j iivai iris; . iin icrniui.uj,
yesierday, decided that Dr. Eulio2 must refund
.u:.... .,1 . . "...
limy miliars loeaon, a cure hot Having neen
eft'ectod.
pSTVi' wire yesterday favored with n call
from ilr. .1. II. Mendenball, of the New
Kiobinuud(Ind.)j&Y01ittI A: Wo always bid
ttiesnlitorlk) fraternity a hearty nolteuie.
I
yFVTwThe following fooAiy lines were banded
to us by a friend, who wi feel certain has been
idverti9ing in enr want column successfully.
Wo do not intend to place onr "polck" among
'he mars, (as Prentice, of Louisville, docs with
hi?,) by any preliminary remark, but this much
o will say, that if our "poiokal" Skecnicks,
'Iobb not wield a Byron, Milton, or Goldsmith
pen, he wielded one of Robert Clarke C'o.'s
No. 2 lead pencils we bare bis word for it
to accomplish bis effort. Success to Ekeeaicks,
any we:
WANT INFORMATION.
BY SKEESICKS
Ton want a girl indeed yon do,
You can not do without;
And wonder at the quickest way
To bring the thing ..bom.
The ealeet, unrest, quirkost way
Tho war of all the wise .
fioseok tho 1V.sm- Pnaaa forth nlth
And in it ADVPSTISU.
Yon w-anl a House of courso you do
A thlogquilo bard to get;
Yon wonder who trie deuce, has one
Now empty, anil "To Let."
Them's o'tlv ono sit matit
To quiot yfnir ilatresa,
lioAPVEUTisEtlili want of yonrs
In tlm Oiliv 1'cnnv Paase.
You want to toll a nouso uuJ Lot,
You wnnt to soil a 1'arm,
And wonder how your neighbor ilcci
Such lliing "to such a charm,"
The only secret of s .ch thmirs
And truly, I ci-nies
A Simple A11VKBTIHSMSVT In
TllW i)AII,( l'ET l'BKlU.
How all yo needy, old nnd young,
Who uould your wsntssiipply.
The I'fnsv l'liti iij.wt tli thin i;,
i Hot neon. iiit vou and I.)
'I'd anvKSTiaa your av'ry want
That ev'ry huh adll know,
And if you don't lielievii my song,
)o try 'twill plainly show.
INKLINGS.
A iloapomto light look plnce ainonfr a num
ber of woman in a house on Poarl-street,
near Fulton, several evenings since, in which
a woman nnmed Jnhiinnah Hogan beat one
of tho party very badly. Bho was tried in
tho i'olico Court yenterday and Qned $5 nnd
costs, and souienunl to the City Prison for
throo days.
Geo. Williitmsi, the colored boy oharged
with inducing a number of white boys to
burglariously enter the boarding house of
Mr. Foster, ou thecorner of Third and Broad
way, some nights since, rill be tried in the
Police Court to-uiorrow.
The now car, which was to have been
plnecd on tho street-railroad track to-day,
will not be ready until Saturday. Look out
for something nice.
Tho members of tho First Regiment Ohio
Voluuteors in the Mexican war, and resident
of this city, celebrated tho thirteenth anni
versary of the battle at Monteroy, in au ap
propriate manner, yesterday,
Tho express train on the Ohio nnd Missis
sippi Railroad, due here at seven o'clock
yesterdny morning, was delayed by the en
ginor and bugguge-oar being thrown from the
track whou near Shool's. The fireman was
severely injured, and tho engine badly
smashed lip.
A pair of horses attached to n bcer-wagou
rati away near the Two-milo House yester
day, and emashed tho wugou up considerably.
Omissions were found, yesterday, in tho
Assessor's rolurns of the Third Ward,
amounting to $100,000, and in the Twelfth
Ward $3,780.
I JA horse jumped through tho show-window
tit the Wuler-work's oltico yesterday fore
jioon, and playodjsmash generally.
A pugilistic individual named Jerry Hogan
wa..' Ined $10 and costs by Judge Lowe, jea
terdn'f i for disorderly conduct, aud fletit to tbe
duogeOfl of the County Jail for ten days, to be
fed on bread and water, fur an assault and
battery.
Jamea Haekins will be tried by the Polio
Judgo to-morrow, on a charge of stealing a
ooat and a book.
Forty -two eases wero disposed of by Judge
Lowe yesterday.
Tho Thirteenth Ward has lost its Cupid. He
was sent to the City Prison by Jddge Lowe
yoeterday, on a charge of disorderly conduct.
Charles Donnelly was tried In the Police
Court yesterday, charged with maiming Laoy
Manning biting off his lower lip and oo-
' quitted. The prostituting witness refused to
testify.
i Tratt, the lad who was run over by the ear
on the Street Bailroad, la considered out of
danger by his physioian.
The curre on the .Street Bailroad traok at
the corner of Ninth and Western-row, ia being
altored.
Business on tho Levee yestordpy waa quite
brisk.
Judge Banney iiexpeottd to arrive here to
day.
The traok of tho Cincinnati Jtroot Railroad,
with the exception of the curve at Ninth and
Westorn-row, is completed to Mound street.
The whole route will be ready for the oars by
tbe loth of October.
The body of a colored man was found In tho
Ohio Biver day before yesterday, no muoh
deeompoted as.tn render recognition impossi
ble. A Coroner's jury returned a vordict of
death by accidental drowning.
We aro informed that Mayor Bishop has
issued orders to his policemen, instructing them
to refrain from electioneering at either primary
or regular eleotiou;.
Mons. Blnndin, In connection with those
Ciuoinnnti favorites, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Chap
man, will appear at Pike's Opera-bouia to
night. Considerable electioneering waa dona by in
terested politicians in the various wards yes
terday. Tbe total number of ohurohes, of the various
denominations, in Hamilton County, la one
hundred and sixteen.
i8"Tho oitiieus of Bedamsville were
thrown into great excitement, last evening,
by tho discovery of the dead body of an uu
known person. Appearances indicate that
the dead man had crawled into a culvert
running nudor the river-road from the
premises of F. H. Yateman to tbo canal.
From the evidence given before the Coroner,
it is believed that ho has been dead about
tbreo weeks. He had on a blue shin aiid
pnlB, and looked to bo about thirty years of
ugo. The jury returned a vordiot in accord
mice with the above tacts.
Mechanics' Inhtitcts One of the most at
Irso ive and useful novoliie. on exhibition is
Dr. Karehner's Positive and Negalivo Electro
Therapeutic Bithing Apparatus, a new mode
of administering electricity for curative pur
poses. Tbe Doctor hns a patent for the same,
nnd is meeting with much eucsess in tbe sale
of rights, aud in performing remarkable cures.
We understand that insanity, epilepsy and de
lirium tremens are entirely and speedily oared
by tbe Doctor's new mode of treatment. This
is oertaitily a great achievement in the healing
art, and well worthy the attention of tbe pro
feveinn and tho aulbotities baviog charge of
hurpitals nnd insnue iievlums.
Pr.ifuLETOw and FirrH-siBBnr miim-un
Company, Tbis company was organized yes
terday morning by tbe election of u B.mrJ of
Directors, onmpneed of Charles H. Kilgotir,
Charles Rulo, John L. Stettinius, D, Harries,
0. P. Thorp, A. E. Jones and John Kilgour.
Tho first regular meeting of the Foard and
election ot officers will take place next Monday
evoning.
Priisohal. Among the immense crowd of
gnests st tbe Ppericer House we find the fol
lowing distinguished persons : Mr. Carey, C.
S Treasurer, brother aud rauiily ; Hon. John
C. Rives; Hon. Humphrey Marshall. Mr.
Curty is in very feeble health, nnd Is on his
way home fur recreation.
INKLINGS. GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY &c--
This m.rnii.g ut uino o'clock, Cooper &
Stokes, auctioneer, Ml gold aud silver
watches, and a splendid lot id jowlry, at
their auction rooms, No. 14 Eastl'ourlh-stivet.
3JThere will be a meeting of tho Bo-t nhn
Club of llcrron's Seminary, tbis evening, Sep-
teubor22, at 7. ''o'clock. A prompt attendance
! is oarnestly requested to complete tbe organi-
zauon by signing trio constitution.
;S&r The f7rer Eastim is expected to sail,
on wheels, from the corner of estern-row and
Ninth-street, some time to-morrow. Passage
lree.
AMUSEMENTS.
Bike's OpgrtA-noraR. Kemomher thst to
night Mons. Illondin, the famous Dlondlu. wliose
recent learful oxplH of creasing the gulf of Niagara
-on a tight-rope t niiiht, nud in inky darkness,
bearing a n on upon ha sliou'ders. is famllar 10
oi eiyboili commences nn engiiaemeiit at tho Opurn
bouse to-night, during wliich he "III executo up .u
tho ilght-r pn a number of extraordinary feiti; alter
which ho will make a grand ascension from lb- hack
oi the stage to lln. extreme bight of the vast audit,
orluin -previous to which Mr. and Mis. llarryChap
mm and an oxccllentcompsnv appear In th laugh
able cuineiliotin of "The Artful Dodger."
Woon's Theatkb. A crowded house was
presontat thla establishment Inst nli'bt, to witness
the star nlators, Helen and Lucille, In Haias ii
Pasis, and lu tho minstrel scene In tho Three Kast
Mkn. Miss Lucllle's personltl. alien of bis Nattiulo
Majesty won fnun the audieure marked favorn, made
knowu by 1 ro, i limit n unds of appiau-e, In the min
strel sreuo both Luclilo and Helen wore perfectly be
wiiching. Tliese rnrKHtile urtlstes romuln bit two
nights longer ! pleawi tho habitues of Wood's, ami
It behoove tboso who hsve not yet witnessed their
charming acting to shorten tholr procrastination.
To.niaht will he rendered Hosina Mf.apow , and a
repnti ion of the Tanna I'aht MNiulus'rel scouo
Mies Helen upiiuiiriiig as ' liobiun'1 und " i'.csaiift."
and Miss Lurllleas ".lanny Fairlove."
PanokaMa or TnK Nkw Testambkt Butts's
Panorama of the Now Testament ami land of Pales
tine will bo on exhibition thia evening at th Melo.
deon Hull This is a painting ol true merit, and
ought not fall In ho wall soppnito l by our citizens
It oiiuus to niomory acuues inng int;e ensctod, nnd
atfonia to the view of tho beholder a better knowledge
of tho iloli I nud aud Its poculiarltiostbAti any writ
ten description.
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
Civir, SirK. Burgnvno, administrator of
litillow.n. the of heirs Lwllow anlotners. A motion
of the Jefferson Urauch of the State lljukof Ohio to
dissolve an luju tiou in faior of J. (J Miller, (.the
sure y of liiidluw, was argued before Judge Mai ion,
IT B Mi:iuk. f rth' m. , tlon, and Jndgj Woudrutf
on the other aide, nnd waa fully submitted,
Chimin i. .Sioc.Tho Ste'e is. Nhiiisii ImvIj. Be
fore Judge Itarier. Th defendant et od hellciol,
charged Willi stea Inga hois" aud buggy, ihn prop
erty of l. M. Marsh. Accunliiii to ibo te-ilnion,,
the bung) lias b f in front ol lite II, pUnt linirch, on
Caihiirine-sti et, on the i.lght of I he lili i,l Augu-t.
Tho horsn mid buggy weie seen .-u tlo -nine nijiiit
on elixih-etreet, ti.o dofoiidant beh.g ibou In the
bugi.v. II was uudoi the inllnei ceof Ihjuop, nitU
whs token to tbo statioii-boii-e, u lit-ro ho soon fe 1
asbep, and in the miming a-kut what mi Was
rhargud wilh lie adinttted going off wl h th.
buggy, bnt eaid I' was only for a ride, that In had uo
intention of stn.OiRg
Several wiiutss.s les'ltifd to the fict of hlsdrlnk
ing lliiuor to a cunsid rahle ex i-lit on tbo dav iu
qiieBtion; oria said llntt ho hsd coma Into his vofee
houie.anil iuvited htm aud ethers iu ibo bouas iu go
out riJiug.
The jury rendered a Terdlot uf acquittal, Kerr for
the State; O. EilCi tor de'ciiso.
AuBaiunmkkts ANn I'LRts Dnnlel Cosset pleaded
guilty of foruory, and was renin nd id f,.r aontei ce.
James Stewart pleaded guilty oi aseault and bat
tery, aud was solum co'l to ten d tys in lha dungeon
J. Hcholson. piliceman. outereit a plea "f not guilty
to a charge of a-saiilt and bstb-ry.
Kiuiiia Pros, plead not guilty to a charge of tna
liciuunly destroying property.
PROBATE COURT.
The qttost'on raised in relation to tho in
sanity ol Mlidiunl lulg (in riiHtndy ou a charge of
killing his wife) was to have been luvostignted rH
teiduy. The prisoner waa brought Into court, aud
tiie witnesses wtra present, but. on anplliatlon of
the Prosecntliig Attorney, who etittud that business
in the Common Pleas would prevent his being able
lo give bis attention to the caw of Julg lit this time,
thu Investigation whs postponed unt.i THiimUy, the
Kith ot October. So far ai the appearance of thu
prisoner whs concerned, it presented a str ug plea
Iu favor of the claim low made on his behalf.
COVINGTON NEWS.
Any communications from our friends will lie
thankfully rw.oiv.ii. Address 11 Press lleporlor,"
Box21, Covington, Ky.J
Tng RiTHtt. The rapid riso of the river put
a sudden stop to the i in provemcnt of the wharf at t lie
tool of Si'oit-strect.anil should it ooiitinue long, il
will require a law additional exnou-o to till It; 'sc.
corilltig tosome otlmutos, double aud even trohlo
lliiu il in now worth
I ho riso till conilnuos tlir.ugh Its i.r gross is very
slow. The river is lull efdrifi-wuod. The Plitsburg
rise, telegraphed aiowd.iys ao, is expected here
mine timo to-morrow. Wa may now lo. k for I lie
Ingress of inrge hoata, and trda In our neighboring
ciiy of t liicinnaii will receive n great Impuim, The
Licking is also very high.
Tho now eidowalk on Secnnd-slreot, ha
twoon Beott and Madron, Is In proeresi, and the
prosnes t now Is that there will be a p naga fmm one
of hese streets to the oilier, In muddy weather, for
petsous ou foot.
Citt CbcsoiL. Tliis body hold a special
session yesterday afta noon at the regular hour,
Home biisinesisof an tinimportatitcharacterwastmos.
acted. Thtt groat feninre of the day was 'lie good
humor of tho inembora; although it no doubt ob
structed bii-iness to aomo exlent, yot it was much
better than ouarreling.
Policb Ciiubt.-. P. Myers, for whipping his
wlfn, was fined tlsn. IIj1,.is, wo nndersinnd, since
Income nn ndvocaloof woman's rf. hts, John llyder,
for ln ach of the peace, was lined ,:)
Honesty. Ono of our city officials left, by
mistake, si rcral dollars on the do k of the Police
Coiirt-ionm througli the v renter pirt of vestcrday,
and found II sufoon return. Is It becauso tlm people
areo honest, or did no one see It t
NEWPORT NEWS.
(Subscriptions, advertisements and remtniinica-lone,
addreesoa to the "Press Heporter," BoxM.n lll
be attended to.
TnxT Itk.m. Wo roloarffld onr tribulation
in search of a robbery, In our yeeterda'y issue, aud
gavo the conclusion, as wn supposed, hut the matter
underwent a legal investigation thia morulna, be
loro Mayor Hawkins, and resulted Iu the ncunlital of
thedeleml. nt, who established tho facia as waunvs
Ibeiu yesterday.
Campiikll Coustt Fair All nooounts from
this fair represent It us a complctn snccesa. The
crowd is large, nnd the articles exhibited do linnor
to the elate. Th" Ritrcoiiiiniins hrea days lonuer,
and wa Impo overyboly will attend. Nen-port ban
uliaaily sent a lsrgo dulegatiiD, ill of whom lire
plea-ed wilh tho character f the exhibition aud the
demeanor of tbo managora,
Tonng Huntly, who wag nrreited for burg
lary, ws held lo bHil in tbn sum of 8HM), by Ennnire
P.iyne, for his arpiarHiice at the next term of the
Circuit Court, ibo bail was given
Two oases of felony were oontluued In the
Tollce Court till to-morrotr.
The case of Sellrean was dismissed hy the
Mayor, the assault being of such a nature as not to
wnrrsut binding over.
MONETARY.
WEDNESDAY, September 21—8 P. M.
market remains in the same
close oonrti lion that It has been in for the prist three
weeks, with no Irniui iiiKie prospect for relief.
Exchange reniitinsj ,4 preuilnuiselling rale buying
at cents
tio change lo t'ncirrent Monoy.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, September 31, 1859.
FLOUR There was a. somewfi.it fi iuorfeel
Ing in th maHiet for Flour to-day, hut no essential
eh'iugein prices. The sab s were confined lo Son brio,
at $1 l so for supurtine, and $4 a'xiii for extra,.
WUIsKY A good demand and prices d -. higher.
Thu -airs coin prise 1,6.(1 oris, at 31(rf.'4lc. ; llieiattui
rate for neaou.
PltO V ISIU SS-Thii demand for all articles com inn
under this head is giael.and toe market bu n ant,
though o cunnot ull pi Ices hlghe.-. The -Hies to
uay cn.prbe .Vihris. city nies-Pork at ?14 n; 2.'ui
do couiury at ?U tin Hi hil ls llieon, at 7Ho. f, i
shoulders, vo for side-, and lie f ir clear sides ;hm.1
giijisi pounds bulk inosr atrtSo. andao. lor slionl
dsrs mid (idea. L-ird is salable at liiiic, but i hebl
higher.
Of ti Linseed dull ami offend at vie.
OltOCKlliK. I'll marker is unchanged and the
demand good at full rsls cttinnol lOlibdi.Sng.ti'at
7(i67.c, und til bris. Nlntaaes nt :!Hr
WH AT The market reinniiis steady and price
are unchanged. Sides a.Ml blithe). gui.d ulllteat ?l nfij
.Wld". prln.e red ut Jl ; ?nu do do ii!H7so : Ski do
do. hill at 81 i 3o0 ib good whilunt $1 03, and Svo do.
d.. 1 b-.
C(lltN- !he msrkot Isflnnat. 7W. for fair mixed. '
H VK-A sain of 3nu bushels at 74o. Market firm
UAItl'EY The lunrki l is less tiim, iboiiab prlcot
are iiiii hanged, Hsle-ilKj busliets go. d tall at 7oo. i
I, ism .In. i rim-do., delivered, at r.V
OATi ' hem rkei i firmer and prices lc. higher.
B.iles 2,wi tin- liela st
CHk.KSE fules loo boxes Western Reserve at SHr.i
and IWdo. IMirlinin Mull al lie.
Steamboat Register.
AaatVALS Moderator, Bod;: Orb, do : Bcstoea.
do.; F.ii y Quenn Hay-viile; I'arker.bnejx, Fl .m-ucv;
Clipper, l.otilsvilh-; hlien limy, KMisalu.
riKr-KTfiies-Fttlry (Jnewu. Manvdle ; Pnrknrs
tnl r J, SladisDU ; Clipper, Louisville; Lllen Qruy, Un
uanba; Cudlue, it, Louis ; CambriUjo, l'ittiburg.
Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, September 21—P. M.
i
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!
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and bidders generally insi-tin,
upon full prices; su'e n i.fii, i.ris. a' Stiff I 2S f i
f'ipeino -let-: SI VHiK. fur. xir.do,; jiirj?l4il f.o
sup-rime ws-tem; em.iii n fr Lomu.on to goo
exirado; f I aVi'.'w.s lor interior to good slilppintr
brsnds extra roiind-hooB. i Ohio; markol clo-in-stetntv
itiinila Floor nuiet; siile. of -m hrls. a.
H(.s foraxiias Wheal firm but le'snctivr; sale
ot e.VMi bualiels KM Milnnukip limb at Si 211 fot
Amlvr fent.;fi aifniiiUorviliiioKen ucky; fl3s,
i:i: for white Moslem; gl In for iedStuio;120 for
mix-il Indiana; i f r red bong l-land. hy
sieaily: sales of v.Usj bushel -i nt .I'C and small lots at
lc. Hurley Hmi; sales of ir.otfi bushels CallforLia a!
Cue. Com mntimies arc uiid I'o. betiei; sales 1 1
3. ,t:i bushels al jnc. f.r mlvwl vreslern; 92c furwhbe
s-itithern; 9n. for yellow do. (Jn lirmer; sales
ot old f tate al as'rtio- ; new do. at SKJol.Tc ; wfatei n
f.-p.t.ifl.iCacadlHii li;c VVbiakv aioadv; sales u
sis) brls nfjSH(.V2''., ctiieflv the Inside orlce. Pors
ft'B'iy butoulei; n!es ot l.'.sv, brls. attUW form sa
$lu 7i for prime; s liKu Id so f .r rumps; Si42.' lor int.,
mess; contractu for l,M) brli. prime and I.Ooil brie
mass were settled tn-dnv on private terms lieef un
changed; sales of 20o bras ut If.'rfcr.i 60 for eountrv
frliae; 3 J4(,7 f. r do, mess; (-VrilO for repacke i
hlragn; So osil I .VI fur extra. Now Beef has insde
Its appearance; prirnu mes Bocf nominal; Beef liam
dull. Itscon Inactlvo. (Hit leats lirni and scarce
sales of ) packages at 7Xo. for f boulder.; n4taW!. for
Hams Lai d ijuior; nates of 'Oi brls at M4f L 1 1 Mi:
for No 1 city tn prinii western HutMr rules Arm a'
l!(Slc. forlllilo; irraaic lor tst. Cheeso Arm a
75iSc. Cotton du I; sties of XXI bales, augar stead v
MHi(S6)ii. Cotfoe lirni. M.iiaos s'.eady at 3ijafc;
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, September 21.
Cotton unchanged; sales of 5,500 bales.
Katte.-n bay fcw.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Cattle Market.
NEW YORK, September 31.
Beeves dull. Receipts 4,000 head; sales at
SCVOfo. Hwlne declined; receipts 4,ltt0 kaad; Bake
at jjiic.
HOME INTEREST
Q, Parvlu, Advertlalna Agent, No
lb Vivt Fourth-street.
ffDnguorrcin fjnllery, Koulb.iveat cor
ner of Sixth and Weetorn-row, ovor Uannnford
d-ug store. Pictures taken and put in good cases f
iwunty cents. W ai ranted to plesso.
WTIiose Vest Patiern. nr the Clotliluv
Kaiporlnm or Messrs. Krbd 4 MrGuIre, No. MS W .!
nui -snoot, are or t s tery boat nuaMtv of goods, an.
without doubt the cheapest In market ttvoiy vs.
rloty or gents goods un hand and sold at low figure-.
Give them a trial
CoiHMercial School
f KKRON'8 SEMINARY ECU BI.SG
B.M. Hi ve ib-atreef. betueen Walnutsnd Vine, (,Il
ciiiti.ul, Ohio. kvenliiB Class cuuiu.ei.cli g )lund.,i
S..li iosi. Ilnok-Kiieplng taught as appli d toeve'j
i eimrtment nf t ads, kii'liie-natid Ornamental P n
maoshlp. Cull and exiimlnosyecima s sepjlaiut
Kail amJ Winter Boots ami Mines
JOHN H. DETERS,
No. 5:1 West Fourtli-atreet,
HAS NOW IN hTORE A LARGE AN1
complete 8t ck of Fall and Winter Boots am
;,".". which lor exten' and variety It not surpasse
Ills work Issi'periorto aoy kept lu the city und it
sold very cheap for caeli W) g
Dl ( U Tl i TH k Pa RTNER8H H
or Anihow, Wilson 4 Cn is thlsdsy mutuul'y
diesuiied by the wiliidraaalof Ms' A. 'A ll.on, Jr.,
Iromiueflrm, P. ANIUtKW.
A. WILS'.Ji, Ja.,
R LLOYD.
UBU. M. UIQO.
The business will beeontlnned tinder the firm nam.
or P, Anilrow it Oi. All uuielt ed accounts of tin
firm of Andrew, Wilsou A Oo. ni l be a lusted bi
Ihem. p AMIKfcvV,
11. LLUYH,
, , . OKO M. IIIOH
Clnolnnntl, Heptember 20, H.M. sepal bw
4 CHALLENGR. THE UNDERSIUNEL
challenges tho world to produce a Mill to grind
all kinds of grain, against J. 0. UKED'8 Portable
Urlsl M il, now on Bahlhl ion at tne Mechanlca'
Fair. This challenge to remain good until the next
exhibition of mechanical arts In this city.
"P c KKKD, HOMiABIRD A CO.
WKbT E ii n
Cotocrcial College
UAH i IM NO Ell IT'S LOCATION
NIXON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE THK P08T0FFIUE,
BiniARi) NELSON, Principal.
- OircBlars, stating terras, san be had on appli
""o. sepJay
REMOVAL.
THE FIRM OF
SPRAGUE & CO.
1TATE OPENED IN THEIR
iv -w store
South-eaBt Cor. Fourth and Vine,
THURSDAY STH INST.,
WITH THE LARGEST AM
PHUTTIEBr stock ofQooils for MBNV
WEAR ever offered In Cincinnati.
Tim BTOUK Ot
PIECE GOODS,
To make up to Ueaasre, will be large aad varied.
We have a
New Corps of Cutter
From Sew Tork and Philadelphia, who profes- t
understand the art or Cutting Stylish Garments ti
rder.
W For past favors we return many thanks, and
hope to merit future patronage. Truly,
SPRACUE & CO.
sp7-tf
FALL AND WINTEIi
DRY GOODS.
DAY & MATLACK,
80 Pearl-street,
Hare now Id store a large and seleot stock of STA
PLE and l-ANuY DKY GOODS, whloh, fdrextuui
and variety, la unsurpassed. Tit;
A large and general atockot Doinextif
VI oolcu and Cotton Quuilg.
A gilendld line of tery rich Dress OixhI.
in Silks, Delaines, Merlnoes, and otbe.
fabrics ol' newest styles.
Clivilig, Caglmer and restliiKs
large a.Burtmciit.
V rniuplote stock nf White 'floods, lain-
broideiles and Llneu Cloods, of uuu
own Impoitatioli.
A very extensive stock of Fancy aud
Variety Goods, Shawls, Ilotslorx,
(.lovee, At:. ..v
T VTe shall be in dally receipt of all nr w nd rle
slrable floods during the) Benson, i md dee ire to be
placed In competition with anf hou sj BhsI r Wosl
ey an exanilueillvn vi our stock. jwplfaai
A.TJCTION SALES.
1
HCT'ON SLli BY H. 8. MILES
CO.. tin 33 Nain-atro t-i monies. f;U a-
srar a d wrapping Pereret uc ..ii -Wo will nil
T 'CRMD'V MOKklNrt, tpi.w, eo'ouck, a
g-u ml variiy ofMapie Urmeriisi, (iiaaittara aud
i r pping Paper.
AL-0 7Jh xea 0-np,nand Palrr. Kosp, iro boxea
"'a and Ky. Tbaem, H. h .xe Petri Starcl., 7ti hila.
Smr.Kinsr Tobacco, 10 bh N. O. "Ueae, m tr. Rin
vt Oris . ti, Sugar, I.UO b.lls. Wrapping Paper.
aep?2 IK . MIL K.S .v I i auctioneers.
4UCTION HALF.. BY COOPER &
HTOKRA.-Rales-rooma No. 14 East Vonrfb--treet.
Herempiory salenf Oold and tlilver Wat. h-.
Will l e sold at pnblic Ancti m, on THITKMDAT
MOUN1NO, Kptemler 1, al our auption-re.iu.is, a
large assort mout of OotJ and Bilrer VYatob.s, aud a
iplendld lot of Je welry Sale at o'clock.
aep30 CUOPI.ll & tfTOKKS, Auctioneers.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MERCHANTS, ATTENTION'.
W" ARB NOW PREPARED TO DO.
en the shortest notice, and In th latest and
uost fashionable style, ail kinds ol
Job Printing,
gtjcn as
HILLS OF LADIXd;
UBAT TICKETS;
vfCriON DILLS;
UJEUKS;
ONDH;
' EKD8;
f K0GTiAMME3;
BILLS OF fARE;
LITTER BEADS;
nOBTOAKEH;
CIHCULARS; !
COUVOMll;
rOLICIIH;
POSTERS;
CARDS,-
RA.I1jIIOA.T
-AND- '
STEAMBOAT WORK.
IN FIX! gTTt AT ItOCKRATI PBICgS.
PRANCISCO & CALDWELL
REMOVAL.
CARPETS at COST
WILL BSU0T1 TO MT NEW 6T0a, CND8B
Pike's Opera-house,
OS Tg
FIRST OF OCTOBER,
AND Of FIB MY PBBSHNT STOCK AT
Greatly Keduoed Prioes.
HENRY FALLS,
C5 Wet Fourth-sti ect.
. seplS
MECHANICS' FAIR.
11HE UNRIVALED SMOKE-CONSCM-INO
COAL COOKINO 8T0TB, THE
1LLIGAT.OR,
SIX SIZES,
ovr being exhibited. The largisit a-ortment of
au) establishment in the Western country.
For sale by tbe Inyentors and Manufacturers,
ADAMS & PECKOVEBL,
0TKLTT IBON FOUNDKBr,
seo5-cw 333 Ton, th-street, near Hiulih.
SOUTHGATrK UOL.Hi,
nuth-east corner of Sixth and Kim, Clnoinnatl, O.
1111 E SUBSCRIBER HAVING REN EWED
his I ase of the Soutligate House, and expended
iitriteamouutof monevln Dulntina. oareoiliia. and
-.furnishing It, Introducing Hathiug-rooms, Water
Insets, and every possible convenience and luxury
iironith' o l.invttesa coiitlnuauce of the public pat-
.nav.o ne leeia connueni uiai ine nouse win n
nnd. with its rocent Ininroveiuents. in a better
'..nditlon than when first opened for the receptionof
uesis. ine locaiiun oi me uoiei is oe.itrai aim co
etilent, either for up-town visits or down-town
'tailless. Meals are regularly served at tbe table
hole, or lu private r oms, and furnished at all
.ours. The terms are St ear dav. and araomnioda.
...on eiitial to any Si M per day bouse In the city.
no House win be aept open ingot ana oaf, at all
t'lure. Omnibuses vii'l be in atteudanceto and from
he cars. Break last ror early train. And lor the
t, (lie proprietor leave hie guests to speak for
dm. sepl-nml t. F. HATSON, Preprietor.
HENRY DAVID,
VTO. 278 MAIN 8TREST, BETWEEN
-'I SIXTH AND 8KVBNTH, Manufacturer and
iiipurterof S.iarw, Perlumery and Fancy floods, has
ist received, per st.amer, a lot of Porte Mun Inc.,
iganluses, Hrusbee. Oomhs, Perfumery, H.ef Uar
.... and Fancy Goods of all ilesrriptl' ns; also a com
lele s-tortment of Handkerchief Kxtracts, w tcb
e Is prepare' to sell at a figure l iwerthan any other
ealerin Ihe city. Also, received this day Irom New
V.irK.a large lot of Pavid's Blue and Rlark Writing
r.il naming ipk, wnirn tne suixwriner win isi aoie
e sell at insiiulactnrer's prices. Jobbers and re
uilen will pleaeeuall In and "xamlne before pur.
imiiliitf el.eu iiern. All kinds of Extracts at twentr-
Ke cents per bottle. Eoniemlwr the place, 7s Main
ir-et r iween .iixin aim eevsmin. .epo
-lEAtSI IE Ami TEAS1I1 I HAVE C02T-
JL bTANTLY on band a large and aell salectvd
ork of Green aud Black Teas, wbloh I offer at
nriees Mow competition. .
J. rr.nuusun,vnnri
epi; Corner Niuth aud Vina.
J-ANE CRACKERS -A FULL SUPPLY
1m of those excellent rrac Iters always on had.
Mso. Hoda orackers, Aherm-ttv fiscult and Kngilsn
r .ciiiiells. J. i kkuu we, un.cer,
...pi 7 Coruer Ninth aud Viue.
j?iRE6fl TABLE BUTIB R.-I H A V 5
1 made arrangements to have a constant supplv
i Fro.ti Table Butter, with hi h failil lo. may be
ii'iplied by leaving tbelr order, with
J, eUltOUSOIj. Oiocer,
aopl7 (joruer Moth aud Viae.
J, J. EtTLKR'S
F.iceltifor Fluid Inks.
Manutartor. tt Vine tt. M
A LARGE ASORTMBNT OK
ICiRICULRAL BOOKS,
FOB SAIM ST
E. MENDEN HALU,
At Us new Store. 10 West Klfth-strert
sepltj
LA N E ' eV BOOLEY,
giwrraoTCitis or 1
Wood-Working Machinery,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
C orner JJolmao'l Water tau,Clar.tnnntM.
aps-lr
NOTICE.
A LL FEED-STOBE MEN ARB NOTI
r. KIED that J. (J. REFD'H MILL, BOWonet
Miiltlonatthe Mechanics' Fair, will grind twenty.
Ive (rij bushels of any kind of train evwy night,
ft-oe of charge, at the Fair.
pt: w '. KEEP. UOtiABIRD Sc CO.
DKS. B. EHRMAN & W. 0. LKECH.
II OH OiO P AT ii m.
UFrillB til. 4r 8KTKNTI1 STR I ST.
Ollii hours rtom , A. U,, 1 to 3, and 7to, P. 11.
jyi.sj.eei - ...... .
" J. T.IDROWSE & f p.,
ANl'FACTURERS OF JEWELRY,
ill now wholesale establishment, 57. West Thlrd
stroet, hettteen Walnut and Tire. Croom No J. op
.taira.'r TK oiniiatl. .Factory at Pruyldence, Rhode
tshibd. AewttyiBBreeylved weekly. splsMJB

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