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"WANTS," "FOB BACT," "TO IB," "L08T,"
"tOCHD'Aciii tMs-coWmn, ooewpylng five lines
tries, two'toirtlB,twtr-flTwtfc
l 'l 1 r ' '
AKtEbMBN Situations for olerki,
twinlr ners. HlMfflftn. norter. MtuiMr..
Vtf-fcatotiurwliintai, As. Also,bulneM chanoe
r inuj wibu tssivs nwu Mni jipptf to
On who would b willing to travel ID a
dosst nu iae wie khti laaaageaieni 01 A travel
ing Dusmees,
Capital already Invested, over J,lK.
loan, they would be increased. This Is no offer of a
lertaae, tad would only salt an intellfint man who
wonld be satisfied with small stain. Jteforencea re.
.aired. Addrea0. A. J., Pre oBIc. ep23b
w w pattern flier,
vr. Hi BALL A CO.,
30 Alain-street.
experienced man servant who tart drive a
vnirhim. W. BALL A CO.,
,pnd 1 M Main-treet.
with SWO can iaj on-bl? Interest In in e.
tabllshed aud paying bualivesj. a. ,'nim.dlately ap
plying to PAfT'.Nft MOKROW,
aepap 7 West Thtvdnh-oet. room 8, 2d Floor.
WANTBrWQKNT A tewing maohine
asentv for jriDkle A Lyon's sewing machine,
fa this city, Piu ou Mr. Lyon, IliU day, at the Bur.
ep23b ,
i w house carpenters immediately, to go South.
To (mod workmen steady employment for one Jeer.
Apply to J. (lUNMNOIlAM,
lleDlBd, Mo. Wost Front-street.
ia an h-oti etore. A first class blacksmith,
set wishing to work at the business, dealtea a situa
on ibeve. Addresa A., Prea ollloe. eprb
WANTED SERVANT A middle-aged
woman to do general housework, Apply at
' West Fifth-street, between Walnut and Vlue.
chambermaid and on dining-room
Apply at the Madison House, Covington, Ky.
WANTED SERVAUT A woman to go
. nrteen mtlua in the country, to cock, wash
ma iron, wuu me assisutace 01 anoinnr woman. A
i. Ap
I. T.
ply at to County Clerk' ofHoo, Court-house.
WANTBD PARTNER A good business
man, with some capital, in a good business,
V, P., Press office.
pi irnvningwu lawnt Kill V given, AOuress U(
, 'WiifANTED-SITUATION-As oook in a
glneer (Gorman) 'nnta A ttWtlnn In run ai
engine. AddmtJOEN HRVEb. at thU office.
anted carpenters Twenty.
UVe OarrwnlAra tM.to1A.ll,Al 1 1- . TT t,
.Unkina, MUlrreek. near (niruii. Storv M Mnlone'a
ew nillU or to 0. f. Naal. Colombia, near B.
rgL.n A Oo.'s aaV mill.
J471NTED-AGHNTS To sella desirable
juat published, "Julian's Interatt
ThM(," eontalnlnai accurate calculationnol Interest
. H S, 8, 7, , 9 and 10 per cent., both simple and com
pound, on all turns from one cent to $10,0(10, sua from
hue day to alx year. A raw opportunity to make
oney In the sale of this new, cheap aud useful
work, b or further information a to huccms, testi
mony In its Qivor, and irm, addreaa (stamp i ncloseU,)
erapiplytoJ. UAZABD 1)AV18,7 iTiftb-atreet.
- IsepJ-amtj v '
the owner will pay expenses he can have him,
Address box Soil, Covington , Ky. rp23b'
If 08T ?: REWARD Lost from the aub-a-J
sorlber, on the 21st Inst, a black and tan pup,
with a allver collar on his neck bearing the nut).
acrlber'B name. The above reward will bo puld for
bis return to Mo. 01 Stone-atreet.
epJ3f- - .. KM MA McKINNKY.
LsleDth, 'Walnut or Vine-Btrwta, asmall Ientbnr
pocbat-hook.cnntalnlngave or alx dollar in Mill.
The llmtor Will ho rewnrded by returning the anme to
b owner, south-east corner Ninth and film.
and well-establlahetl Dining Saloon, at No. g
,Kaat Foiirth-etreet, haring aercnty-Hve prnmnt ray
! boarders, and a good transient trade, For further
particulars Inquire on tlie premieei. ep23b
acres of bestqusllty form I g land, uniniprovtMl)
tu Mercer County, Ohio. Price, ! 1,000-one-fonrth
down and the tialano In one, to and three yearn
or will bo exchangud for a srr improved fnnn or
other property, near the Ohi a vcr. WArtKKS L.
DAVIS, House and 81gu Fairer, Jlo. 73 Wcat TUlrd
Vtreet, Ciuciuuatl. sepZlaw
FOR SALE SALOON 234 Tine-street,
one door from Sixth bar and eleven room,
well furnished and papered, and doing a good busi
ness. Kesr Wood's Theater. Inquire on the prem
ise. 8. H. BKRLIKB . sep20aw
FOR KENT ROOMS Unfurnished rooms,
with board, in aprlvate family where the
eomfortsofa home may oe hod. Applyat il7Nlntli
treet, between Walnut and Vine. sep-b
BOARDING A man and his wife can ob
tain board and anlpanant room on the parnn.l
Door, who are willing to furnish the room, by calling
aino. w es jHguiQ-gircur. sepair
BOARDING A private family, residing in
a beautiful altuatiou on Mount Auburn, close
to the olty , having a commodious room tospare, wish
to receive a lady and gentleman aa penunnont
boirders. PartlcuUramaybeleurnedofO.F. BALL,
o. 1. tm j?uuriii-sirer.. sep.rjiiT
BOARDING Two respectable mechanics,
who are willing to ocenny one bed, can be ac
commodated with board and lodging in a private
family, Terms moderate. Apply at No. 7 Conrt-
ureet. west ot ivpsrern-row. sep2?a
HOARDING Two or three gentlemen de
1 plrlna anleasnnt slaca to board. In a nrlvate
ram 11 y wnere there ore a lew hoarder, would do woll
tonill at No. 107 Ionawortn.-street, between Klin
and Plum.
1 OAR DING Wanted for gentle.
m man, wife and three children. A private
amiiypreierreu. un large room wnilin suit. AU
dress B. D., Pinny l'reas OIBoe. sep2Ubt
106 West Fourtli-streel.
. 1 (aeplTawi
It !
M. DAV, tlio MIIj day of aeptenihnr, lsM, at eloven
e'clock, A. II., 1 will sell at public auction, at the
' rotnnda of the Court-house, in Cincinnati, (if not
sooner disposed of,) the following-described real
s- Two'huudredaudllfty-ttveai-lOtlacresof lanil.ait1'
uate In the county ot ciallioun.anu otateoi iiiiuois
1 ana oeiug
fiectfnn n.
lug the North-east fmcttoual ii of Section 1,
lips, 8. Bangs n,W.,andlotKo, I.N.B.M 0
ALSO-Onehnnflrndnud ulitv acres In the county
f Caas, State of Illinois, and being the liorth halt
of the North. wont M of Suction 10, Town U, H.
H 10, W., aud tbo Kant half of South-east fourth ot
t:ton 17,Townl7, N.of 11. 11, W.
A LSO-One hundred and twenty acre in tneconutv
oi Mason.andStateot llllnole, aud being the north
: half of South-won 4 of Section 1 , and the North
east M of tho Bouth-eait 'A of Section 2, Town
.li.s.W. , M .
A LSO-One hundred andtwentyacreslnthecounty
, of Bumlltou, and State of Illinois, and being the
' South half of Month east 14 of Section m, Town
X S. B. 7. E. and the South-eaat !4 of tho North
east 'a of Section 2-1, Town 4, S. of B. 7, E.
Abou unenunurem ana aixiy acre 10 tnecounty
of Jasper, and Stale of Indiana, and being t
west.1! of Section 17, Town30,N. R.7, W.
" Al.SO-ltliihtv acre In the Slat 'of Ii
owa, and
th half ol
fouuty of Certo Gordo, and being the South half ol
the Kortu-west fractional ; 01
tlon 3. Town M.
K. of Rauge 23, W. 1
' To be sold a the property of Benjamin F. Lewis
audOrvlsM. store, partner aa Lewi A More, for
the benefit of their creditors, pursuant to a com
mand of the Snporiur Court of Cincinnati, In aci Ion
No. 0,1413, wherein .). K. JaSray,et.al.,nreconiplaiu
ants and Lewi A Mors, et, al , are defendants.
Tortus of Mnle -Ono-tbird of tho piirchuseinoiey
tobe pnid cosh on delivery of deed one-third In one
year, and one-third in two years, from the day ol
aale; deferred naynunts to b secured by mortgage. on
Uie nremlao. ... . , W. B. SnEPPAlllT,
July 14-awil ' ' lmti ,
y 1 ) . t ):." :;.
a .
Ir yon want m rvaot, advertla In
It yen want a aont, adverliso th
Ir you watt to (ell ahyth.ng, adrertba la " ''
Ir yon want to toy anything, advertise In
Is tact, every want luppllod by advertising In
ltijhy Vrfcisj to be hn4 every
morniUt at the Countlng'.room door.
Only one cent. ,
$3" Meteorological observations for the
Penrt PiKBS.by Henry Ware, Optloan, No.
7 West Ponrth-ttreet, September 22, 1859.
O'clock. Barometer. , Thermometef.
B K ............,.lt fl
0 Vw Ba..,..tkt,v.tv..td9.4A b-l
NxtioHAt Ambrican Association Last
Night. This association mot at tho Horti
cultural Hall, and the greater part of the
evening was occupied in discussing the fol
lowing resolutions ollbrod, by Mr. TorfeSce:
"Brtoketl, That this atsociatiou renuest the
Americans nominated on the ticket just
made to resign their position,
"Raohcd, That we will use every moaus
in our riowor to defeat buth the county and
State tickets presented by the Ilopublifam
party." 1
Numerous spoecboj vora tnatle, bid with
two or three exceptions, great modoration
prevailed. Mayor Bishop, Dr. F. . Joues,
and others, attribute the defeat of American
candidates by the convention more to Ameri
cans themselves than to anything else. That
party was divided in sentiment in reference
to candidates, and the Republicans npi
parently acted iu good faith. True, there
were but fico Americans nominated for the
House of Representatives, when it was
thought there ought to have been three ISut
this was because many of the candidates were
unknown ; aud If Americans did not know
thoir own raon, it could not bo expected that
the Republicans should.
Dr. Newton made a speech, in whioh he re
fused to commit himself, bat stated that he de
sired most of all the defeat of the Deuooraoy,
and opposed haste.
. Mr. Grlppen protested that he was a consist
ent American, but that this Was a oltieeos'
ticket, and whether the resolutions passed or
not be would not withdraw.
Other members mado remarks be vine on the
resolution, when it was unanimously agreed to
postpone the further oonsldoratlon of thorn for
one week.
Suicide. Char Ic-s Snyder well known in
this eily as having been an active politician,
having exerted considerable influence with the
German portion of our oitizens aa Councilman,
City Commissioner and Deputy Sheriff com
mitted snisiue on Wednesday night, under
elrcumstanoes of peculiar delioaoy. lie bad
been indioted by the Grand Jury for forgery of
a small amount, but no investigation had been
made of the charge before a traverse jury. lie
was arrested while ia attendance at the Demo
cratic Convention, but gave bail. His spirits
were deeply depressed on return to his home.
It appears that he bad obtained four ounces of
laudanum in toe atternoon at Munlonourg a
He retired to bed as usual, and when his
family were asleep, it is supposed he swallowed
the laudanum, nearly the whole of the eontents
of the vial. His wife awakened about throe
o'elock of the morning of yesterday, and
alarmed at the heavy snoring of her husband,
attempted to awaken him from his stupor, but
bis appearanee was so unusual as to induce
her, about four o'oloek, to send for Dootor
Wade, who found him in a dying condition.
All expedients for his recovrry failod, and the
unfortunate man expired about six o'oloek
yesterday morning. He resided on Jones
street, two doors south of Wade-street. The
inqnest of the Coroner s jury was in accordance
with the above recited facts.
He had been active as a member of associa
tionsGerman Protestant Association, Red
Men, Good-Fellows and Odd-Fellows.
tTNicholas Morris, famed as a oaterer at
feasts and for furnishing the best varieties of
fruits, bride-cake, loo-creams, .tc, for sappers,
at borne or abroad, has just returned from the
East, He is prepared at bis ioe-cream saloon
and confectionery, No. 2114 Rsoo-street, be
tween Bixth and reventn to make full pre
vision for evening parties. He is prepared to
furnish the celebrated Turkish black cake.
Orders will be attended to from any point
witnin tne oity, or rjy railroad, in tn country.
Competent servants will be furnished when
required, at short notice. -
jS9 A little girl, about thirteen years of
age, was yesterday playing in an alley be
tween .Mm ana Jonn-streets, wnen etie was
attacked by a goat, which struck her so hard
with his head that two of her ribs were
broken. She was taken up in au insensible
condition, and conveyed to a house in tho
FrtrSB Fight. A free iltrlit occurred at
eleven o'clock last evening at .a coffee-house
kept by an Irishman on Broadway, above
Court-Btreot. Sevoral of the parties were ar
rested, and will be tried iu the police Court
this morning.
Faj.ack Gardkn. This placo of amuse
ment is, if possible, more popular then ever.
The Manager spares no pains in catering for
the public, to produce nightly something
new, novel and of a character calculated to
please the most fastidious. The magnitinent
song and tableau of the Slnr-tttauglcd Sua
ntr is alone calculated to fill the house.
"Messrs. Hall, Carroll & Co., safe man
ufacturers, of this city, shipped, per the
Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, yesterday,
three magnificent safes, which tbey Intend
to exhibit at the St. Louis Fair. We are in
formed that at the oorper of Front and Mill
streets, one of the safes fell from tho dray
and was very much dagnaged.s It is said
that the street in that neighborhood is in a
very bad condition.
Drvod k Rock wood. This house is offering
to merchants and milliners a superior stock of
Silks, Bonnets, Cloaks, Gloves, Laces and
Shawls. These goods are of tbt best quality,
and merchants visiting the city would do well
to give them a call. They sell ' at Eastern
prices and ntvtr fall in rendering- satisfaction
te their patrons. Call and see their stock at
83 and 85 Pearl street. , . .
' LtJ itmin. J-Thomas W. Farrin 'Jt Co., en
Freeman-street, nearClnoinnaU, Hamilton and
Dayton Railroad, have on hand an excellent
stoek of lumber, whioh they are selling at lew
prices. See advertisement.
The Ilcrron Seminary Re-uniou Club
are making preparations for a ban quo t. The
constitution of the club is at the Seminary
ready for signatures. The Executive Com
mittee meet to-morrow afternoon at their
rooms. ' '. '
JtjDtii Randby ik Cincinnati. The Demo
cratic candidate for Governor of Ohio, Hon.
Eufas P. Ranney, addressed the people of Cin
cinnati at. Fifth-street Market-space last night.
pf We understand that several pockets
ware picked ia Fifth-street Market- space last
evening. Persons attending large gatherings
tan not be toe sareful abont their money; '
The Mechanics' Fair continues to at
tract large crowds of visiters.
Edmond Dnyer was hild in $fi0J ball by
Judge Lowe, yesterday, to Answer to the Court
, Common Pleat the .charge of malicious
snooting, ana sent to the City Prison for the
term of ten days for malicious destraetlen of
property, y-:r 3 . .
As Mr. JasTK: inkead and Prosccuting-At-torney
Gaines were riding in a biiggy along
Bixtfc street; day befoso yeateraavi the h?re
atteehea became' frightened ami tan sway,
throwing both gentlemen out and bruising
them considerably. We are glad to learn
that no bones were broke.' i ' -
The members of lie Burns Club, in this olty,
held meeting last evening to congratulate
themselves on the arrival of King.t marble bust
the Scotch poet, Robert Burns. The .meet
was quite spirited, and a good time was hid.
Three young men, Timothy Lestry, Henry
PutholT and William Potter, were arrested at an
early hour yesterday morning, on a charge of
knocking down and robbing a man on Pike
street. They will be tried in the Polioe Court
next Saturday. , .
Lieutenant Scott, of the Bremen-street
Station-bruise, In this city, lost some $200 by
the burning' of the Cairo Hotel; some days
since.. lie was a guest.of that house at the
time of fteaestrucBfeftret-- .. "
The private schools and academies in thia
city employ, one hundred and fifty teachers,
and have under their charge four thousand
pupils. . ,li -j.. J . .1
John fJonohiie Was Joed f 20 and oosts in the
Police Conrt, yesterday, en two charges cf as
sault and battery '
Lewis Finn was fined $5 and costs by Judge
Lofte, yesterday, on a oharge of disorderly
eondact. ' .. ''
J. H. Mead wllbe tried by Judge Lowe,
Saturday, for malicious shooting. . ....
The ihret young men charged with stealing;
keg of beer from a wagon on Sixth street, last
Saturday evening, were, tried in we roiice
Ponrt yesterday and acquitted. - - .
Toney Oook, Barney Looker and Benjamin
Barr were fined one dollar and costs each by
Judge Lowe, yesterday, for obstructing Wade
street. ' ',;','; :' - '
'. August Corey was fined $10 and costs by
Judge Lowe, yesterday, for assaulting woman
named Ellabeth Bonner. ,
A number ef the Cincinnati police will at
tend the St. Louis Fair next Saturday. '
Judge Lswe seeus determined, it possiblt
to put a stop to the practice ef carrying con
cealed weapons. ' ,
A yeung lad, iburteon years of age, named
John Piles, was sent to the Honse of Refuge,
by Judge Lowe, yesterday.'.'.
-' Frank Going will be tried in the Police
Court to-iuorrow, on a charge of vagranoy.
He was held in $100 bail, by 1 Judge. Lowe,
yesterday, te answer. .: - , ,
Sixty-one cases wcra disposed of in tlio
the Police Court yesterday. .,
The Convention of the Opposition, at Smith
& Nixon's Hall, yesterday, was very harmo
nious. ' . .
A man, named John Augustine, was fined
$20 and oosts by Judge -Lowe, yesterday, for
carrying ooncealed weapons, ' . ., , ,
The fair for the benefit of the Harrison-
street Churoh is still progressing ' at Franklin
Hall, corner ciBixtu ana sycamore.
The Ortat Satlem canal-bont was safely
deposited in the basin f the Whitewater
Uanal yesterday.
It ia estimated that three thousand per
sons attended the convention - at " Smith
N ixon's Hall yesterday. ....
' A LMimbor of persons wore discharged from
the uav f rison yesterday.
1 1 e
j j
Geand LiMJiiai. Columbus Coleman
John Barnes were trrested on a St. Louis
boat last evening, charged with robbing
, j 1 . ' , , , -j,
may jassenger 01 one aunarea ana uny uoi
lars. A third person concerned in tho rob'
bery escaped at Rising Sun, as the boat was
coming up. Un tue arrival ol the bont
this city, orticers were sent tor, and uoiotnan
and Barnes arrested ' and oonfinod ia the
Hammond-street Station-house. They wore
searched no money lound on tneir persons.
' Dot Db'otnjb. A boy named Albert En.
gleg, aged thirteen years, was drowned in the
Ohio Ktver about noon yesterday. He was
riding in a skiff with his father; and while tn.
deavoring to jump from seat to seat, fell over
board and sank to tie bottom. His father
plunged in after him, but did not succeed
saving nis son. ilia body has not been recev.
ored. : ' L : ' ' ' ;
. :
jSSsT-There will be a meeting of the Pio
neer's Association at the Commercial Chamber,
baturuay,. at three 0 olook p., M. .. , ; (
9"0ne of the prisoners confined in
Bremen-street Station-houst last evening
tempted to butt his brains out against the bars
of bis cell.
. .... . '' . .. T.
jKf Elizabeth Finley got very tight last
evening, and amused herself by beating
man In the Thirteenth. Ward... Khe was
rostcd and looked up in the Hammond Station.
Go to the Palaoe Garden this evening,
It you. wish to set fun.; :i 'j : "j1:
Woou's Theatkb To-night is set -apart
for the farowell benefit of tlw Star Sister.
p eccs selected ure Jack SnrrPAPP and the minstrel
aceneln the Tuck Fast Men, This 1 their last
The nnuouncemont of this belli a their
lenctit nielit cannot fall h attract a crowded house.
as sueae ai.iers ure justly -uuserviug 01.
Smith A Nixon's ' Hall. Miss Georgina
Paige, who for some tlmepaet ha been a studious
pupil of the most celebrated European masters,
returned to her home, and an uouncea a concert
take place ou the 29tb lust. Mia Paige will
warmly welcomed by her numerous friend,
The oast of tht Statejvi. Reusing was
tor yeateraay. in witnesse not ueiug m aneim
anc it w laid oter uutil this day. The charge
against thedefendaut is malicious stabbing.
. The bail in tbecase of W. Cunningham, lor assault
and battery, was forfeited.
. 001 her oaaea being let, this branch of the
njonrneu in tne lorenoon. r :
Civil S111K.-I. J. Miller. Receiver, vs. Murv
rer. In this case tho plaintiff obtained a judgment
before u Magistrate In a ewe of forcible entry
dotalnor,vblchwas set aside by Judge Million,
tho aronud that the nartv. under hi annolntment
as koceiver to collect rents, had no authority to
tne suit.
Any roamnnlcatlona from .enr friends b
tnauKiuiiy receiveu. Aaaraas, -- rres oepviwr,
Box 21 1 Covington, Ky.I . f , ,! " ) -..
StbkH Railroads. Somt of our titlseni
wllnaaalii. thssnlendid aiirrwM and increasing popii.
lurlLvieriFn tfllnHniifcti atreeS railroada thOnall as
j et In their Infancy-are agitating the project for
thumnalriietinn nf .tne from the the ScOtt-Street
ferry, through all the principal irtreiits, and ending
at. the Kentucky Central Railroad Depot. t 0 believe
thlriiroject will receive much favor from our citi
zens; it will add to the comfort of thetravellng pub
lic ; will reiluc the tare: will give our city a
metropolitan appearance, and, In. a pecuniary point
of view, will pay the stockboldnrs a law dividend.
No stock I to talnable ' as street-railroad stock, and
no money invested wll! yield such large, certain and
quick retnrns. Street-railroads and water-works
wonld soon double ths valuo of property in our city,
hy bringing into it substantial wen. ' ninny or the
Clnclnnatlbualneas men would then com hereto
reelde.wiio would not If deprived of the conve
niences. . CinouiT, Covar-Tht Madison Young will
oase Is still pending, this belns the' third day lnp
the commoacemeut of the trial. The evidenoe iu the
ens has been all inbmltted, but the lawyen will
01-cupy to-morruw, at least, In making the r pleas.
It will reonlreto be large estnto, else it will all bo
consumed in costs and lawyer lea, -1 , t r , r ,
, - A. ' Brlmosbkht D,Ri.oaTiATio. Tho
Kenton Cadets, a Irallitary company, will be net In
full uniform, ut their armory, Saturday evening
next, at half psst snven o'clock, nd If th weather
nernilta, nur cIIImui will have the opportunity of
witnessing their .volutions. The eomyiiT lmndr
b owuand(fCaptitu4U Bleokbui-a., 7 .
' , .''f..",. r :t '! v ' ' -hi.'.A
IHnbeeriptieo, nivrttmnt nit rmninnira-tloni,
addraaaed lo the f IttM ffepofie r'.Bea MiWllI
b attendid to. -
Citt dotJNfciL tasr.' Nia'ur. 'CoiitioII. Met
tt balf-rndt seven, the PreM'Ifnt in the cliulr.
The ward vera called, or peiltluni. Nona were
oflerwl: --- - - ;
The standing cnnimittees prwfiti)!l their reports
In OTdr,-ll of which were vnieipurlanr.- "."'ir 1
TeSoltttton. Sfittg called f,.. Sr. jfcl.lweUaflf
1. Wilwn. it idjll tbe.work on.tliepr.i-
poeed new jail exwpMhe wrtrilrtN.troii, " " "
mm of 2,ti, a the only one (ifleiei., n ui
tnended it acceptance. '-. ! ! ; ' f ' s,
TBo Tepori was aiiTotmeu uj f:"lA, 7 ti- M .'
nnd oppownl by Mr. Hamad, of the tint naru.
It was, however, Anally adopted uuauliuously after
full explanation, and me urn
A tlorncy was direcUd
n .Ihb m ,..,, arf-nril Inff Iff .
Sin Mccracken offered a. rnaolntion expelllug
JWithH Selmnn from the oUic of Jailor. .-
Mr. HeWn .Moved, tu lay the insolation on the
table; tnrt-yess 4, Wt V . 'i ' . ,:
The Cltv Marshal wa thea crtllw neon io give hi
opinion of the managameutof tbeiall, which he dtd,.
deriding against tho com potency of the present Jall"r.
Tbewlioteaubjectwaatinallf referred to a special
committee, oentiMlng of Mown. Allen, Qidoon and
Thb'inmitte on public buildings wer . instructed
to receive kids (without advertising) P.r the foinlsh
lag of the wrought-lron work. for. the jail.
Adjourned. ....
' The -Steamboat Kumtielta Vattti) which has
been lying up fux some time lnLicklng Jor repairs,
departed to-day. ... . -;. if ) "
, Baoki Jail. Three prisoners, named Joe
Morris. Wlltlaei HAbJnson alid Looinmix, broke
jail, night before last, Murphy, the burglar, came
sear- making his escape also. fc,ut,wjs mrojonied Jiy
the jailor's wife; Theytnocked bllTns.4o, tnd
then ran. Murphy ha ii.-en renioved to Alexandria.
Itiililrison was re-taken br Marshal Cook last night.
The other two are still at large,
By tue proceedings of the Couneil last sight
ft will bo seen that we Jre to Wed eew jail at last
THURSDAY, September 23—3 P. M.
. ,
Thn VTkn.. niarkAt remain, u hernUlfora rADOrle.1.
extraordinarily close, with a very large amount of
good Paper ottering. Tne roguiuraisoouni souses uo
not lotik. St outside Paper. The rat for customers
holding slioit-UKo approved name remains at
UXM12 per cent. , ; : , , ..
Riuhanoa on the ) est verv firm at ner cent, pro
mium, selling lata; buying atc ilankers pay
nnn &Twith.rilM mlllnir rata. .. -
- Kastern KxchaDge Tn Chicago has advanced to 3
percent, premium, Killing rate. The rosult here is
that the discount 00 Illinois,' Wisconsin and Iowa
has hoen advimced to per cent, discount.
(.'old dull; Joe. buying rakj; sslling at jer
ctil. premium, , .1 . 1
Cincinnati Produce Market.
THURSDAY EVENING, September 23, 1859.
FLOUB The feeling In the market.waa drmer to
day, with a fair local demand. The sales were 1,100
brls. at $4 63 fur lupei line, und $4 lyttji for ex
tra. 3,41 1 brl were received (luring the last twenty
four hours . . .
WttleKY-AntlnuQd goon deniaud apaatiriu
market! Iilot pf 1,'JW brlf. al Jlcfc'Wc ; th latter
rale lorwaoji. ,1 . , ' ,
PKOVISIOKS-Tho mntktt coritlunos buoyant,
and price are a shade higher. The salea were tf'KI
oris, mess i-ora, country, ai 7x, leouo. ruinpue.
at $10: W do., country, at S'J Hi, H hluls. Ilacon
Shoulders, last evening, at 7eo.j S,8O0 nieces Baoou,
slop-tatted, at TMc for Shoulders, aud 94c. fur Sides;
M hhdl. clear, Bacon Sides at lie: end Mdo. boue
do. at 9XC.: W,5 Ills; buik.Sides at s.Sc , and 100.IWO
do. clear do. at Wic, and no dories Lard at 101,(5
luo, ... .......
UlL A sal 01 zu on, iiinseou aia.c.. ,
(JltllCKUIK-t-Sucar auivp: antes of 131 hhd.i. at
ftMWho.- Molaasca Uruu M. brls. sold at Kti3C'i".
ColToo unchanued..
WHKAT The receipts oonucne ugiii.aniitntne-
mand la a twin oquul to the supply at pur quotations:
mlt UMt bttMh. nHtiln ep.l At 'We: ''M .1,,. at SI : 4IH1
do. fair do. nt )0c.; l.uuo do. prime white at fjl 10) l-m
do. good do. at $1 03.
: COIIN The market Issteniiy ena prices uncnangeo:
rated oC 6(H) buah.at76c., iul Wl do,, iu Oovlngton,
ht74o. - '
. I1ARLKY The market Is nuiot anil prlcos steady:
salerinf .VlO hu.h. TirirTifl full nt delivered.,
UVK-Tho market Is flrni, Willi a gooddemund:
sales of I,3i0 bush, at 75e. ..
ua in-A counnueu roci ueniamt nnu price are
Ic. higher: aale of I, (WO bush, at 3c aud 3U) do., In
store, at 40c.
CIIEF.SK-The markot is iteady and firm: sales of
2(0 boxee prime W. It. atxc; 100 do, extra large do.
at '.Uganda) do. Mason rm Knglish Dairy at.llc.
Steamboat Register.
.niTA.nTruniiir,. uuuidiiiiu,-a, , niu-j, nuvn,
ltickman, dockjM. Putnam, dock; Ouulleth, Mays
villa; Rocket,. Lawrenceburg; Molroso, Pdrtamouth;
wenona, jnauison.
UXFAaTLHU Sunerior. louisvillo: Eocket. Pitts
burg; buntleth, Maysvllle: Boston, Portsmouth;
Lehigh, St. Louis: llecotuh, New Orleunj; S. il.
Tucker, Arkuusni Klver; Gienwocil, Wlieelln.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, September 22—P. M.
Flour is buoyant and a shade better : sales
10.000 brls. at Si MKiM m for surorflne State: Si 4Sl
4 fa! for extra do.;'. $4 KsJM 43 for supernno West
ern; $19oii30fbrlnferlnriogood fresh g round ship
ping brands extra round hoop Ohio, dosing steady.
CanadlitM Flour nuletnt $i(S 7.1 for extra. Wheat
rm ales lO.UUO bushels at for white Cana.llnn;
1 23forelo. Indlana:tl r.r.1 .m for white Mlchloan
aud SI 10a)l 13 for common in red Virginia and Mil
waukieclub. Kyn qniat at KOoiWJc. Darleyquiet und
firm at COCojhOc. Corn scan lind drnier 1 sales 13.imi
husliela atelc. for old mixed Western, In storo, end
il2c. fordo., delivered. "
. Oate llrmer aud in demand tXS'MK for old and
new State; 3!(4c. for Western, and 3Mril2c. for Ca
nadian. Whisky is a ehiulo ejlcr; sales 4.wbrlg. nt
WHf427c. Pork firm with an upward tendency: sale
2,HJ hrlr.'at $15 6MM 1 for mtss; $14 lor thin mess,
and $10 K for prime, Including 6J brW. mens gold
taut evening at $li Ml; also included in the Hales nro
1,000 Lrls.-niess, sellers' optiou to the 1st of Noveiit
be I. Beef Sules ila brls. ut KWH- for country
nuie; fj ingj for do. mess; sr10 for repacked
Ihicuk'u. and Sin .VK411 M fat extra. Beef Hams
dull ut tWp6 M for State and "Western. Cut Moat
ttrm: sales en pnckairesHt 7110. tor Mioutuers ami w.
for Hums. Lard steady: sales 150 bils. at loJi(n.ll'.c.
nr No.. 1 olty to prime Western, liutter firm iit two
16c. fur Ohio ami i;21e. for State. Cheese qlilet .it
!.9'c. Cottou dull: sules ion hales. Sugar steady;
iu uavoYauu :,:'tftuo;2C. vouee ouoyau. ur. izjqc. lor
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, September 22.
Cuttoii was. unchanged ; sales 4,0011 bales.
Sugar buoyant and advanced ! tc ; sales at k for
fair to prime. '
[By Telegraph.]
Baltimore Market.
Baltimore, September 22—M.
Flour very dull, but unchanged in price.,
vvueat arm; saies aj.uou nnaneis at si -ifr.i 40 wr
whlu, nnd SI HX?,1 IS for red. Corn buoyant at $:'
Me.-for whit and for yellow, rraviiinos
firm ; mess Pork 81 j i; Ilacon lids 10c.
W huky dull ut He'c.
nearance. their
aSTSir Arohibald Alton's article inlllaek-
wood, erlticising Macaulay and hit History,
traces Maoaulay't pedigree to a Highlander
and a Quakeress, and says :
"With Highland and Quaker blood Bowing
in equal currents through his veins, it is diffi
cult to say whether a Highlander or a Quaker
is the more favorite object of his satire and
butt for tht shafts of his ridicule; whether
(ieorgo Fox, or Coll of the Cows, comes In fur
the larger share of his contempt; whether the
enthusiast who took off what we are jn tht
habit ef considering as the most essential of all
garments, to walk in the simplicity of nature
through the streets of Litchfield, or the rmtiv6
of the Grampians, wht never possessed such
an artiole of dress at all, is the more ridiculous
in his eyes; whether, in short, he despises most
most wno gave oirtn to nis minor or mower.;
An .Old Cow. We .were yesterday showu,
by oar friend J. T. Baird, Esq., of Centerville,.
Hickman- County, a silver 00111, winch, as it
bears date is huadrcil and
1007, now one
sixty-two years old. On one side . ore rude
representations of athlete and the pine! tree.
aud the inscription: "jiaN. Acq. D. G. D. Br.
it; Ii. 8. R. 1. Si. Pi O." (Ernest Augustus,
by the Grace of God, Cuke of Brunswick
-and lrtinenberavV e'e) and on the. other: "tt
Maeikx Groschek. FsikSilbbr. Sola Uosa
Oi'o: IIoNKSTA. 1097." (24 Double Groats.
Fine Silver.. ' Honesty is the highest virtue.).
This coin was found emoedded in tne eartn
by a little girl Whilo digging in a smoke
house, ou Seaver. Dam (Jreok, iu Hickman
County. It was porhaps lost by the Indians,
and had probably lain where it was found for
a hundred years. We frequently see much
older coins than this, but they are rarely
found In- such an out-of-the-way .place.
Nashville Patriot.
i -.ias--S.T.,s,1,W.aisi.. siaa '
NabbowEscam. At an early hour this
inorujngacouplapf yoqng ladies entered an
out-house-in the rear cf a lot In the south part
of town, where they had no sooner entered
thou the, floor gave way, precipitating them
into, the' vault below, a distance ol' six or
eight foot. , They wore, of eburBer unable to
extraot themselves, and munt hav perished
had riot their cries attracted the attention of
a couple of railroad laborers, who went to their
assistance, and with considerable difficulty
reseiiod thtm from their perilous position,
lafauellt llnl.) Cwitr, ; " 1
. . . 1 "'-,:. ,!-: Ji' ' 1
The Detroit Steam Plow.
We avail ourselves of Thurston's descrip
tion of the stearix plow, exhibited at Chicago
Mr. James,. Waters, oTPetroit, Michigan:
tntire.lesgth of engine, f-ender ftnoT plow
arrangerniiit, flfty;l've ftet; the engine
eighteen Ift. A hontemtal tubular boiler
feet is suspended with the machinery
between two riiBUimofa wheel of boiler-iron
rims and w tinalJer wheels ja front. The
woter-taiiliia titualctjl. under the bpilcr. 'and
five baytlsef water.. TTiol9 weight of
engine' .sovtiu. and a hfdf tuns;' it has four
cylinders five and three-fourth Inches in di
ameter, twelve-inch stroke; tnakinf? twenty
four t'e76ntltns to orio of the driving-wheel.
The loadltitf Whe.dj era Uye Met tliamctor,
ihirlAA inches treadi the drivers tea feet
diameter and tiventy-su inches tread. Ob
liquely across the faee of the1 driving-wheels
riveted plates of corrugated fcouer-iron,
being elevated two inches, mese give tue
wheels firtfj bold upon the ground, so that no
rcasohfibie traction wouia causa mem w muy.
The tender eonsists ef a square box aus
pended between two wheels seven feet in di
ameter,! eight inches broad, The water-tank
situated underneath, and has a araoity of
iifteen barrls. Coal or wood is deposited
over the wator-tonk to the amount of a-tun of
coal of el cord of wood. ;.!;..: ..
Still In the rear ef the tender , ant) attaanea
it are two gangs of Fryt'l plow, six lu out
anir and sevsn itt the other, supported by fonr
wheels, eaoh three feet ' in diameter, two of
eight'ineb, and the balanoe of eight-inch
tread, the rim a band of iron. The plows are
rint?tnt of the usual land side, cutting: seven
teen and half Inches each. .The depth of
plowing is regulated by hand-screws turned by
levers, whioli eontrol the entire (tangs. The
plew point is about fifteen feet in rear of
tha enaina or twenty feet from tha tread of'the
drive-wheel on the ground.' Tht rear plow
follows at a distance ef thirty-eight feet from
the same point of traction. 1 ., , ;
The .two gangs are attacbod separately to the
two ends ef an evener or largo wfcUHetree. the
kind anr , being conneoted to one end by a
togto of wood. . " "" , ' " '' '
The Wheeb afe built with particular retsr
enoe to ttrengtl and Hghtness, the spoke be
ft rods stanttinst in suoh a tft
sition as to give thegiwtestainoant of bracing
stistainlng power. '; ,
It is inspossible to givt a minute description
this large and ete!dd machine witnent a
full drawing properly ielte'fod. y
At length Mr. Watora came, arid being in
formed that the committee desired hint te start
bis machine and see that it was in successful
operation, and that they would soon be at
hand, at twentv-fiva minutes east five o'oloek
tbey started, turning a atrip niattten feet wide
and five iuohos deep. After plowing about
twelve rods there was a screw loose somewhere
the rear gang, and 'let some of the plpws
down to the depth of a foot.' Treaty men at
tempted to raiie them put, and after much
ttfort succeeded in getting under way at thirty
minutes past, flv o'eloek,; Again at thirty-One
minutes past five, all came to a stand-still, oc
casioned by a disastrous aeoident '. This was
oooasioneld by en of the wheels to' the year
gang crippling under ana snagging svtewise.
The men at the plows shouted) ia vain to stop.
On went the engine for Borne distance, till by
the dragging of the wheel and the deep singing
of the plows, a strong oonncctlng-rod broke;
tho wheel-axie gave wny nnu m wuuio ug
was thrown into disorder. The machine was
thorefore utterly disabled and abandoned for
the evening. ' , ' .' .
The whole amount plowed was one-eighth or
an acre; occupying twq minutes of aotual run
ning time. A strong feeling ef sympathy was
expressed by the attending crowd, who had
hoped to see it perform te .lue entire satisfac
tion of all contJUfned. '','"';.
Mr. FaWkes. en being Informed of the disas
ter to his competitor, .eiptwed in manly
phfasi his sincere regrets. Said he, "Gentle
men, I pity th steam-plow man bo njecU
with an accident ; his tortune is lard foough
at beet. I do sinoerely pity Mr. Waters."
The engine manifested great powor, hih
oould only be kept up at large consumption oJ
fuel and water. The drive-wheels did not slip
until the plows dragged them down by running
at a great depth. The damage may he soon
repaired and the plows further tested. ' We can
not speak with any confidence of this mode of
otranging and managing the plows. :- -
. 2TThe consetiuences of tho strike in Lon
don are beginning 'to be severely, felt. The
London, Shrntiiy Star, referring to the sub-
ject.snys; ;.r, ' , ',.; '" ' ' '
It is lamontable 'to !see tht evidences ef
tbe builders' strike, which., meet the eye all
over tho metro polia- Great , works - are sus
pended groups of operatives are goingaooui
with nothing to de and waster haye. no
outlet for their capital, and.no means of ful
filling the r contracts. Here and mere aeon-
tractor appcarB to'givc way, or at all events.
to enact au accommoaaiiou wun worincu,
but on both sides the strike may be described
as general, with little hopo of any side yield
ing iu the struggle. Supplies continue to
he Bent from the country to the operatives!
bnt thoso funds are not mucu among so
many, nnd wives may be seen visiting the
pawn-shops while ' their, husband era walk,
ing the street. JJA.' .;.!. M V7 : ' '"
1 r Vt.ivnn W. Mffrat. in team
from the Dovur (Tenn.) TiitdhgetKe that Dr.
A. 21
tillltam, editor ot- that- papor, aiea on
Tuesday evening the. 13th inlt.
Air. uiiiiam,
was born in Lvnohburs. Va., in 1808
He was
A vraduate of Uamnden Svdne Colleg. and
was appointed consul to Mexico oy ait. lyier
in 1S4H. On his return homo, he published a
work oalled GUlinm'i Traveh inMexito. Many
vears au o he established a paper at iddv ville,
Kv.. whioh he oonduotcd for several years. ,' He
removed to Dover about the year Ifeit). Some
three months since ne eetanuenea tne uover
Jnltlli'itnter, in connection with Mr. Jsmes G.
Faxon, the present publisher. Dr. Gilliam
was a Mason ' and an Odd-FelloW in good
Nashville Patriot.
rfe3B-'A 'runehitio hoa 'been patented in Bn.
gland tor copying the written manuscripts
of it yneeaaste. and it haa werkod aucceesfuily
for a distance of three hundred and ninety
miles." The communication is written on tin
foil with' varnish., Tho-foil is. placed in the
machine, and by. the use of .some ingenious
devices, which make' and break the circuit,
the lutter ia duly registered et the other end
.01 the lino. - .'., 11 - 1
' 0
' 3?r The following orders hate beta issued
in tba 'department et California: In the-de-
rartment of Texai,' Lieut. J. H. MoArthur
will take Command of , tbe - troops at Camp
Stockton, lexas, during tno ausence 01 ijeut,
Jones Sherborne. . Assistant Surgeo P; A,
Quinlan will preoeed to Fort'LInpagca and will
leliavt Assistant Puiaoon Tallum, who will
proceed to Trt Crook And report 'for duty
Company I, Second Cavalry , will report at Fort
iMaetoa to Msjor uoiatiman, (fun tniantry
lugs' Miss Mitchell, tht lady astronomer,
b&j.cauied an observatory to be built in Nan
tuokot for the accommodation, of Iter new and
beautiful teleioope. -, She takes great delight
tn this instrument, and - frequently pastes tbe
entire night in ner optorvatory watohing the
heavenly bodies. .Her new telescope, whioh is
a very powerful instrument, was' presented to
ner oy a lew personal mends.. I 7,(
HOME INTEREST. ( .':!-.j
, avers, n, Pnrvln,
Jll tVul AHh..lM...
Aslvertlslaa' Agent, Bo,
(KarDnguerrean Gnllerri Sonth.woet por
rot Sixth aud Western-row, oyn BannaibrrT's
drug store. ' Pictoret taken and put U goat) case for
twenty, contav Warranted to ileiue. j
S Those vit Pnttern nt the Clathina
Kmporium of Meesrs. Fried A MeOulre, 2i. 3d6 Wei-nut-slreet,
are at thl tery beat unallty of goodi, and
without doutit the cheapeil; In murket. Every va.
n.xy ui g.ni. ro. aaaa . .0... at mw agar..,
flviihiiMatrM, 'j. .-.;... kf'tj J , .
, .'V "!
ITIdilAMS, St-irsi tstoll M Isut jjVdy-.-,
Laige av 01 ui ijonwwrsfm, 1
FuraTtnre.Carwtf. BtiBsrlee. iHsrWw't
Auctfou.-Ou V BID A It AlfiiUlKa.Wt.X.t
o'clock, will lie sold a large stock to close cou.il'.. -lirenta.
Tlx: large WlL Plef MnAols, tanw V 1
Ulas, A largo slock of Plated Ware, Tea t.
Castors, JTtnr nasktt 1 ByHrnt, -rseaa- ae iim
a Ti?i-l,VVr,'.:'aonrf.hAA Matm-VwaTtt'lIJt'S
Oottatw Sets; 10 piscas Carpet; 20 pairs BlaukoU,V
tJonnterpaiie, Ac , . .
alwi j wo ipen tnalfa.-, ' j 1 -in v
ALSO A tlneato.-k f Second-hand Fnmitere.and
variety .if other (iooAs..' kt, (s3.ir-
.1 in .
11 1
on the shortest nnl Ice, and ta th tote art AH't"'
moat faahionabl styU, all kind of :
... (
o 1 a
o b;.-vfi r i lit ixi fc.
.... ) ;.,1:
BILLS OF LAMrrOi;;: ',
BEAT TMKa"rt ,'
AVOTION BILL?; ' '''' 'j
CHICKS; . '-iT. ','; .'
bombbs :.."
BHDS; " '
BltLSOf TAB; v
. imSK' H stADS;
moetoaokb; " '"
JOCPCWIi ' " '
II . . I ...rt -'
TOIiIClta-; . ,1 w ii
RAI Ij !B O'Al ID ,
.uf.rli0i,v;, 4vr,ABD-t! , ' !--'
. . ,. ' ' 1 - U 1 ..."
.' 5. 1 J. I ;. . ' . . v.
. hr urttaftii, at turpiMJiATft nutis; "
... 1 f.se n
AND. ' N'i??:3 ,
1..,. .-, ,r. - , 1
J lit tii'l !
h :l 11'"
Stt . PcarlKlreel-,
an. ".
'.i"M A
fUye now la store a large and asleot stock- f ST At '
PLE and FAN0T BBT W)0D, wMi'U, fHeaiept
andvarUtj'.launstirpsssed.'vIki i-i M O.:: .'
-'Vt. ' '' -I' -'J "t,-,., ... 1 '
large and general stock, uf WunataUv
Woolen and CoUonOoods., .j) :i
X splendid Hue ef .very irieh Ureee ( it ,
lnllkt,I)t)lalJifSi Merinoe,.tJid t!U''c
' fabrics of iieweat itylee. .,,'1 (, ,
;,,-JV ; ' ' n.. ... i ..','. .
Cloths, tasslmeye tid .JtMtflgJ,' H
large assortment. v ' '.'S
i in j.t - r ;. - ' ..V
A complete stock ol" VVitte tsootts,'
broideries, aud Linen fJeedt, of our
own ininertaUon. , .. '
A very extensive irtoci of VaUrV t anal
VArlety Goodi,
Shawls, M ol ry,
Gloves, Ac., i.-,,
mf yvehallbin dsfly rereiret ofarl are.w4nd iM
sirable Goods durlus the eeaseD. ant dswtr , to;
jdseed In competition with soy hoot, jUsi ur Weal,
by sn examination of our stoeh. ' ' ; pla,i',..
' -:
' ,-';iM r
i-V" Mi
ll ii.-.
. ' " "'' ' '"!' j1 :i i.'jii
" -.VI ., I ;'viir,-,:'t ,(.(.,
N "Wi lB't.O IT O
-, ;' 1; 1 i-:.i:j t ,:';; X-Hri."
South-eiut Cor. Fcrorth ind Tint);
, . ".'t.-.rll
' . a: 1 ...un J , J;,,,i ,;,.( , r.'.Triy t '
Ti. PllKTTIKSr Koc; ot 9pd, fr,Itlh'-
WEAK av.r oiT.red In Cincianatl. -,
'.::',r' TUB STOC OF ) ii
niak up to Msaruii, will b, lirp Varied.
New. . Corps ol; Chittttrs,
Front Mew lork and Philadelphia, wrjopr'sfa (
understand th art of Cutting tjtyllsli Oarraent to
: Kf tot paat favori we rvlart tnsnf tbauis, ana
hops to merit fntslre pstronan.' Truly, ?1
' ek-.:t van .; Jurfi Bm . .
-!"u sepT-Ul I !.,r.d i7"
- ; x 01 ?jl:i i. -Jor';
,7 ;.fl.J l-
r.L f? :
il.-i!" ,..(
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- :-o
evfitf ''
2j the "."il"
.'I 1 '' .'!' euio' 1ft
j.! I'
' ': ftr:U '-.
T:n.,i,..j !,-!,! .-i'-.' '.fy . tsiH
Pike's rOper-Iiouse,
, , i'iA lip orViB M rAMirrrr. rwok at
'' " '" ".1 flu Igl i,i'-rr
Greatly HttiaueBed'Pi'ice;?.
' . , .'' ! ' "t '" fid
;-'o'nlvl S7ff !i!t'f.w erl jjrf
l.li" I'll fH-'l .......
f-l lt.a COAL W0tIJ(f yrOTI.lTHH.
ton Wing nhiblted. The rargset Molment of
I nhiblted. The rargiit 'o?ln
" any tstaoiisnmeat nuta Wsatern eonntry.
tor B.U try ih Inveator aad Kanniaetm-m,
1 atiAiwa PTsn'tTftxria'P
t t aaf aVswaVaaa.1 w aft MstlW efJaaV W ttfMaMlf
new wholejisl Mtabllsanifnt, 47 wot Third-
itreet, Utwa Walaut ah Site, uveai Ko. 4,vp
stair,) tSattanatt, mIw at PMrflrtaht. Bhi d
lUlr..) IIltn.t1, . UtlMJ JPVlfiflp., Hh..i!
j iia4,..Hwirfi
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