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WANTED.
'iv'B
"WAHTS," "JTOB BALK," "TO MT," "LOST,"
"FOUND," Ac, In this column, occupying Ave line
or mm, two insertions, twenty-lire cents.
WANTED-TAILOR-A firat-best work
v ma cutoiuere' coats. AddreM W. W.,
viii. .in iimnc, sirseianu mi in "nr. aspMli'
"YV'ANTED BOX-MAKERS Four first
v rateworkmen.t-iwhomst'ady work will
viven.
OHOATEA HVAN8.
sep24b'
807 Bscs street, below Liberty.
WANTED NURSE-A girl about fifteen
years old, to attend children. Apply nt ho.
i outm-street, near nuin, up Btaira. sepi n
WANTED B 0 0 K - K E'B FEB
IhorouKhlr eomnetent book-kaoner fur
Inrge wholesale houao in tula eliy. Mnathnva nxpe
rivnce. None others need aoply. Address, with mul
immBanflrfltoranw, lock-ops aw, r. if wmil
WANTED LAND WARRANTS Exchange
and Banking ome of John W. Clark.
ra Want Thlt-H.itnwf. I'lnHi.nnll flhln :... i .- V
I can locate land warrant upon Very valuable lantui
ii uuiuci.m viitrrnuui will iurnisn IDtul lO 1UB n
1 , . viiwigo ivr uuiHiumfj wis isuu moderate,
ctihii' iu twmvu iii nuuretHi ay aoiivo. sep.Mii1
WANTED OLD COIN-Exehange nnd
banking office of John W. Clark, 62 Vet
Third-street. Spanish and Mexican quartern in unv
amiinnt, at tha highest pricoa. Alao, foreign gold
"deliver. sepal.
WANTED COOK A flrst-elsss eook,
washer and iron.r. Anni hmitu
OILBSBT'M.cornerTtilrdand M.ln-ata. senSH,
TSTANTED BOY A good bov. hetwa.v.
w 16 and 18 yearaold. to work in acake bakry.
Tnqnlro immediately at Bnraett's Baloou, IM West
W-AIiTED-SKRVANT OIUL-A sici-lv
m i a i i 0 ,noral bmwewrrk. Apply to tht
... ... u.n.,i , inounurcu,(Uign stonpl
-or-ier fourth nnd alaln-atreata, sepatl)
TTKMNTED AGENT-A sewing mad
W agent, with capital, for Flnkle ATyon'e
hint
SSW-
.u umuiiiiio, i.i vnin cirj. uni on .nr. L)
yun, I hi
sep2b
uiy,m mq uurpm nouso.
yANTED-GIRL To take care of a
i ,CkH Musteonie well recommended. In
f rrinn.airaoi, n-ar unce. acpZlb
&TANTED TWO BOYS Attho Spender
,.iT Uoa". two good bell-boya. Apply Immedi
ately
Bep21l,'
WANTED THREE VEST BA8TERS
Alao. a few men ran Anil ,liii.iln... h ..t...
tug to HALE CO., Merchants'
Office, 2i West Fifth-street
Cleika' Rel-,tr
eepMli
ANTED SITUATION By a boy 16
r . . ""n"r"taiigrocsrylBuslness.
Is wllNngtostay four years, Address Jt. U. W., hi
flep2tawt
rtii iau SliUnaUM liv a vounir
family, addr b M F..at tnla ufllce. an2 b
UrANTlt:D MEN-Siiuations for clerk.
ww look-keepore, aaleamen, portera, coon'im.
bar-lteepera, mecfiauios, o. Alao, business chai.cw-
ii a ip. on m "V " . ,". "i1 c."P"a. Apply to
Ai r, 1 uxai u,1"i" vioraa ju'giairy unii
JleglatryOllice. !l
Weat FIM.-atr)t.
tepan'
7"ANTED A PARTNER WITH $1,000
w Ope who would be willing to travel in a
buggy and take the active management of a travel
Intj busineas. Capital nlrcaiiv iuvuMed, over ii tm.
Tekly proliw. from (SMto$loo; with an ellifiilil,
man n cy would bo Increased. Thla i no offer of a
iurluno.and onld only ault an Intelligent man win.
wnnld iwiMtJaUod with Hiunll gain. Kefereuoes re.
qnlred. Addrcea U A. J , Preaa oflico. aepglb'
WANTEDPATTERN FILER A bIotb
P4ttorn iilor. 0. W. BALL A CO.,
Bep23d
S3 Main atrvet.
WANTED CARRIAGE DRIVER-Ad
experienced man aervunt wh" can drlnj a
wrrliigj. 0. W. BALL 4 CO..
oppl 35 Maln-atreet.
mTANTED A PURCHASER A mZ
7. with $300 oan bay one-half intereat in an m.
plying to
ep33b
niuiieuHu una paying nuainena. ny linmwllau.l;
LhIv an.
PATTtNA MnilClllv-
IN
B7 WeatThlrd-atieet, room 6, 2d Floor.
WANTED-CARI'ENTERS Ten good
bouse carpentera immediately, to go South.
1o g-od workmen steady employment f r one yeur
ppir to 5. uunjingham,
"p23d No. n Weat Front-ntreet.
WANTED CARPENTERS Twenty
flvo carpenters Immediately. Apply to H B.
JenRim, Ulllcreek, near Cameron, Htorv t Malono f
eaw mill, or to ). F. Nagle, Columbia, near It.
C'reightou A Co 'a taw mill. eop21
WANTED AGENTS To 1elUdedlrsbTt
,r u, ,,wor? .j',1" P'"lluliel. "Jniin-a lntoreai
Tabloe," containing accii'atocalcnlationsoi Intoicm
Rt , ft, 7, 8, II and ,0 per cent., both aim pl and com
pound, on all sums Irora oneneiit to Sio.COO, and frcu,
onoday to alx yearn. A rare opportunity to mnki
money In the eale of thla new, cheap und useful
work. For further information as to auccoas, tenti
anony In ita favor, nd ternia, add resa f atnmn inclosed.l
or apply to J. HAZARD DAVIS, i'il Fifth-atreet.
Faep2-nmtJ
FOUND
FOUND BRASS KEY On Sycamore
atreet last night, which tho owner can have by
applying. at thla office and payliiK r r thla uotlco,
. aer.il bJ
9I10UND- NEWFOUNDLAND DOG If
. the owner will pay expenaea he can have him.
Addrtaa box .W, Covington, Ky. aep23b
LOST.
T OST CANE From off the top of one oi
MJ the F urth and Main and Kreeman-atreet lin
ol oniuibnses, heavy Mack swo-d-anc, earvec!
handle, nolerrule. Xbe flnderwill borewnrded by
leaving it at ihe Walnut-tsroet House, or with any
of tueiirlvpraon aaid oninlbiiBo. aep24b
r OST-S5 REWARD On the 22d, black
m-m andtanpnp, fonr months old. The abore re
ward mill i paid for Ilia return t2l9 and t West
Thlid-atreet. HM. B. JOHNSTON. ep2jb
L0ST-S5 REWARD Lost from the nb
acriber, on the Slat inBt., a black and tan pop,
with a silver collar on hla nock bearing the sub
ncribor's name. The above reward will be paid for
hie return to No. 51 Stone-streot.
. eepao KMMA McKIHNKY.
Iff" .OtT-PnCKET-BO0K-On Sixth, finv.
H onth, Walnnt or Vina-atrcote, a small Uathcr
unokflt-book, containing Ave or lx dollars In bllla.
Itm flndor will be rewarded by returning the same to
iinvi.iii,wu,u.tn vurner iiurn ana Aim.
I reep23h
FOR SALE.
'(JGIOR RENT-THREE R00Ma6-lh;
j A thi second fionr, within flftef-n mlnuieawalkol
i j-iini-BwetH uuu n uiii.wnter vnnai, ronBeaBhin
i mmiu ,uiw wmsi, AimrtifB .l.xi, J,,C0j xiriu.st
f ltop24b
"K0R 8ALE HOUSE AND L0T-8iluated
v," Betts-atreet. between Cutler and Linn, north
j side, No. W -price 2,iio0. Lot 2o toet front by feet
deep, to UHfmt alley, ray men la, ono-tlilrd caah
j vuiauoB iu uuo aua iwo years, eeoured by mortgage.
t ep2teJ
17I0R BALE A RARE CHANCE-A bnsl
'" in vhljh an energetlo and ateady man can
..: from JrJ'oJ per day, A few hundred dellara
ruuiivu. Auureno juoi,urcau at wa woatern-
"- sepa b'
F
0 SALE DINING SALOON The old
ana we i-eaiaDiiatieii ninim? Hi.in . w ,
East Fonrth-atreet havins Rnveniv.HTa n,nm.i H.
ing hoardera, nnd a good transient trade. For further
particnlarB inquire on the premlan,
s. p23b
Ij0R SALE OK TRADE LAND Eighty
aoreaoflieatQualliyfarml gl.nd.tnnimproved)
In aleroer Countv. Ohio. Prit-u. Ki oni nu.rnn.,i.
owii ana inn ouiance in one, to ai d three yoara
at will be excbanaedf.ini nr- Improved farm or
ouier nroiwrty. nenr the Ohi akl vnr wipuem i.
PA VIS, Houie and 8lu Paju,ur, .So. 7J Wet Thlrd-
'.uwii viuuiiiuaci. sep23aw
FOR SALE SALOON 234 Vine-street,
one door from Sixth-bar and eleven rooma,
well furnished and pnonred, and doing ag od biui
ess. enrWnoit'i Theater. Inouire on the nr.in.
jleea. . H RKRLINKtt.
sep?iaw
TOR RENT.
U10R RENT ROOMS
Unfumlabed mnmi.
V with board, In
nforraofn boiuamay uehad. Applvatd7Mtnth.
'eerniwpen w mi nut aua viuo, sepb
BOARDING.
OARDING A man and his wife oan ob
tain Dnerd and a plnnaant room on ths second
who nre willinff to furnfah the mom. hv iMiiiniy
f I Boor.
1 IstMo
No. 317 Went Kighth-atreet. sp23b
ITIOARDING A private family, residing in
MJv a beantifut situation on Mount Auburn, close
to the" fit , having a commodious room to spare, wlih
to receive a ludy and gentleman aa permanont
, 4 rjnaraera. raniouiars may os it-arntu oru. F. HALL,
A Jin 14 Weat Fourtb-itrwt. BopMht
J" A liAKGE ASSORTMENT OF .
f AGRICVLRAL BOOKS,
roa BALB ST
E. MEN DEN HALL,
At his mw Store. IO WeNt Fltth-streef.
wplO
llilRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
roUUDKY. K. AIiLIBOjI. MnoerlnUndenwi
THE PRE S S.
SATURDAY..
-SEPTEMBER. 34
WANTS! WANTS!!
be
A
If yon want a aervant, advertise In
THB PBNNY PRESS
tr yoq want a home, advertise In
THB PBNNY FBBSS.
( yon want to lell inythlng, advertise In
TUB PBNNY FEES'.
I' yon want to bny anything, advertise In
TUB PENNY PRESS.
Is fact, every want supplied by advertising In
TnB PENNY FB.ESS.
CITY MATTERS.
JtST-Pennj Presa to lie bad every
morning Kt the Counting-room door.
Only one cent.
a
Attbmptsd StJiciDii atthh Hammokd-strubt
Statws-Hopsb. An Indivldual.named Chnrlea
unber, was yesterday brought to the Dam-uond-itreet
Station-house. Ilia gtrange
demeanor led tbe officers on Tiatoh to enter
tain suspicions that he oontemplated tuloido.
He was closely watched, but in spite of the
'fgilanne of tho officers, he tied bin neck-band-kerchief
to the top of bis oell, slipped a noose
iround his nook, and was In the aot of swing.
iog off, when bo was seen. Before his door
tould be opened, he had made the leap, and
'tie minute more would have been hia last, had
aot assistance roaobed him. He was cut down
y Mr. Briokham, Lieutenant, and Mr. Lind
ey. keeper of the station-house.
Young Tluber is a job printer, and mred
lis apprenticeship at the Commercial ofiloa, In
nil city. He is an excellent workman, but
infortunately, for some time past has been in
lulgiog too freely in strong drink. lie has on
everal ocoaslons appeared at the Police Court,
o answer tbe charge of disorderly conduct,
luoh has been done reoently by bis friends to
'eolaim him, but all to no purpose. He at
empted suicido by talking laudanum, a few
days ago, but did not utooeed.
Steest Railroad Mattbbb. The City En
gineer, Mr. Gilbert, bavi ng notified the Cinoln
iatl Street Railroad Com pany, not to proceed
ith laying their track along Seventh-street
trom Cutter to Freeman, unless the company
ould proceed at oncetohnwldar h t., c
curb to curb. ' The Direo tors made application
'? lty Counoil lft9' nUgkt for instruction to
he Engineer not to offer iwy impediment to the
Mtogress of the work. A resolution framed so
to giye the company nine months time to
make tho bowlder pavem ent was discussed by
v.ij vuuuvu ana iaia over lor one week.
I ae same disposition was mada of
to resoind regulation restjiotlng tracks to the
middle of the street.
CoiINTT CoMMlssiONXR'a
joint session was held this mmning, In con-
uTJuiiuu wiiu me uearcorn County Commis
tonorB, relative to the ooffer-dam at Harrison's
uiuge, wnicn was reported cempletod, and was
coeptod, and the bill of Ji.hn Good
uontraotor, of $2,U0O, ordered to be paid.
aauioa a. jaeu, tne county Btr.rveyor, was
authorized to have the
mado for the piers of above bridge.
Bill of O. Arnold, of $80, for labor slid ma
terials on turnpike road in Whit
ihlp, was ordered to be paid.
ASSAOIT AND BaTIKRV. Hfi-ia Rmma TD.
weeceded yesterday in procuring bail for her
'MouiauuB ubiue uourcot Uommon Pleas,
"id was released from tbe County Jail. She
wontntonoe to the City Prison, whore she
Mime in contact with a Mm r.mnj
tngnn. Words passed between the two rela
tive to an old grudge, when Miss Bmma up
vith a chair and struok Miss Eagan over the
head. Sho was immerllntnlir
... J HVIW14 OA-lit,
gave bai in the sum of $20 for her appear
ance at the Police Court to-day.
Sad Casualty. Last niulit. n. th. .
train on tho Cincinnati, Hamilton and Day
wn Railroad wasleavintr Glanrlaln. on t,!.i,.
man named Stewart, who had got out to get
something to drink, attempted to get on
Hgain, when he fell and was run over, break-
uir his thieb, stnashinir hia firm Cltirl riAflir
nutting off his hnnd. His family was in the
oars j ne was broughtto this city by tbo same
t-nun, where he nuw lies in a critinal ivmrii.
tiou.
Petit Larcrny. A
ahout etxteen veara of Bff(fl. WHO B PfAB f Art kit
Oflioer Jaoobi yesterday afternoon, chariwd
nil k .IakIE-. - A , , I ... 0
-.u omniiug a len-aonar oui, a gold dollar
miii a gold ring from Mrs. Hughes, at No. 277
n.iuumonu-Bireei, oy wnom she waa employed
is a servant. Tbe ten-dollar bill and s-old
ring wore recovered, but the gold dollar she
pent for a pooket-book. The young girl wept
and bore the appearanoe of being young In
AbBESTOVA MnRDEttSn Samuel Tloll
who murdered a man nameil Prtrf an v.
ville, Kv..in Deoember Iat. ..r..t k
Officer Marmlon, on tbe levee, yesterday, and
in.HH.J l-.Al.-VT A . .fm ... -
7""" ,U uammonu-stroet station bouse,
a. aispatcn was Immediately sent to Maysvllle,
tniorming tho authorities of hfsarreat. Officers
are expected to arrive here to-day, when he
win oe nanaea over.
A Mm Drowned. A man named Charles
Davis, while in a state of Intoxication, yester
dy, attempted to orosg tbe Ohio River, in the
vicinity of Mllloreek, in a skiff, and when near
. miuato, ieii overboad tjhd was drowned.
Previous to starting a couple of friends re
quested to aooompany him, but he refuted
meir oner. at Dody was not recovered.
Death is the Citt Pbisoh. Frank Gotng,
a colored man, who was sent to the City Prison,
day before yosterday, as a vagrant, died with
oi-iirii.ro rremtns aoout two o clock veeterdav,
ft.. Mint- Dn.l. . , . .
viipmiu uu.avrinwmiui mat Be was in t
dying condition when rooeived. ITa
dered to the Commercial Hospital yesterday
morning by the Polloe Court, but before be
oouia oe removed bis spirit bad taken its flight
IiKATn bt a Fall. Coroner Carey yester
day held an inoucBt over the bodv of an ni.i
man named Philip Roberts, found dead in a
uarn in oycamore Townsbp. A deep cut
"3 'wuuu uu mo aiua oi nis iieao wnicn bled
very freely. The verdict of the jury was
death by falling from the hayloft of the barn
in which he was. Tho deceased was about
in vtmiy-nve years ol age.
Davlioht RoBBgRr.-Durina; the absence
niiiaii unu ais larauy, day before yes
terday, his dwellinff-liousn nn iiinh..,ili
nP"ir i i!rt!' ss en.tered b7 thief or thieves
Ui. ruuueu ui in goia coin. The money
was taken from a bureau drawer. Mr. Small
is of opinion that the robbery was perpetrated
by persons acquainted with his premises.
Runaway. A horse attached to a buggy,
the property of Mr. Oibson, the plumber on
Vine-street, became frightened at an Amnlkn.
yesterday afternoon, and ran away. The
buggy waa npset sear Wood's Theater ami
smashed to pieces. The hone was also eon
siderably braised. There wag no one In the
bugjy at the time,
CaRBVIRQ COUOEALBD WlAPDNfl Kvnrw rl
person, are tried in the Polloe Court for oarry
ng concealed weapons, and dealt with as the
law provides. John Noonan was the sufferer
yesterday. He waa convicted of oarryinir a
ooncealed bowie-knife, fined t.n it... .j
ooits, and committed to tbe County Jail for
the term of ten days.
Chasoii or Vaobanot. Miss Caddv M.t.
one of Miss Emma Pross' boarders, was tried
in the Polioo Court yesterday on a charge of
VBgrancy, The iurv failed tn w-
UVIBIII uu juai.niDa-wm..
INKLINGS.
William Spotwocd was arranigned before
Police Judge, yesterday, to answer the ebarge
of malicious stabbing John Wilson, and held
to bail in the amount of $500 to answer
the Court of Common Picas. This difficulty
occurred on Pearl-street, between Race and
Elm, some time sines, while serenading. The
parties quarreled .bout a triangle, when
Spotwood drew a k .To and stabbed Wilson
the breast. vVilioi, was unable to appear
Court.
The opening sei vices of the Fifth Preiby
teria.,oe Churoh will take place at their new
place of worship, oorner of John and Clark
streets, to-morrow at half past ten o'clock,
M. Rev. Stewart Robinson, D. D., of Louis
ville, Kentuoky, will deliver the address.
Thomas Barrett, a lad seven years of
was tried by the Polioe Judge, yesterday, on
charge of stealing a ive-dollar bill from a Mrs.
Wright, who resides on Sixth-street. The lit
tle felluw was dlscbargod on the grounds
Insufficient evidence.
George Hume was sent to the County Jail
for six months, by Judge Lowe, yestorday,
fur stealing the sum of fifty-five cents from
the batter store of Mr. Harris, on SUth-street,
between Elta and Plum,
Mrs. Michael Fresh was fined one cent and
ooBts by Judge Lowe, yesterday, for assault
ing a young lady namod Isabelle McCor
mick. The parties reside on Front-street.
Mrs. Varlao James, assisted by Madame
Rive, will give a grand ooncert at theQlendale
Chapel, in tilendnle, to-night, under the direc
tion of Slgnor Alflsi.
Frank Toung was sent to the Commercial
Hospital by the Polioe Judge, yesterday. He
was laboring under a severe fit of (reman, and
doubts are entertained as to his reoovory.
A German, named Jacob Wilson, confined
in the City Prison, was raving, yestorday,
with dtlirivm Iremmt.
There will be a meeting of ths Pioneer As
sociation, at the Counoil Chamber, at three
o'clook this afternoon.
A considerable number of "drunks and dis
orderlies" wore tried in the PollccOourt yester
day. Tbe street railroad car will rui to the
oorner of Mound and John-streets to-day.
Ono hour waa consumed in selecting a jury.
-eai.eruBy,io try mrs. rross's boarders.
3Sf Sewerage is needed for drainage
uown-iown cellars, uur merchants have ur
gently demanded from time to time that tho
municipal authorities sewer Columbia and
other streets in the " bottom," as wator
standing in the cellars of warehouses. They
were told that drainage of collars is the busi
ness of thoeo owning the property. Several
merchants at length have petitioned to have
a sewer constructed along Second-street, be
tween Vine and Walnut, and Pearl-etreot,
between Vine and Race, connecting with one
by Vine-street to the river. Some firms sub
scribed $500, and others less sums, all
amounting to $1,400, to aid in constructing
mo wora, m ue reiunaea mem, ii lunas are
hereafter obtained for seweraire Dumoses.
The subject was referred to the Board
uity improvements,
"JThe subjeot of abating the nuisance
complained of by residents of a portion of the
Sixteenth Ward, caused by the ooal-oll gas
an estaoiwDment below the Hamilton Depot,
near iao nnitewater uanal, oansed considera
ble gating by tbe members of the City Counoil
last night. A special committee recommend
resolution requiring It to be discontinued, and
If not complied with, that the policeman of the
Ward should abate the same. Members con
sidering that too much power to give minor
ouioiais. aeonnea to allow such interference.
jaS-IJohn Havs and Peter Bronhv. a. mil
pie of individuals well known to the police,
were tried by Judge Lowe, vesterdsv. and
found guilty of Btealing one bottle of wine
and ono box of cigars from the establishment
oi iur.;Beaman, on r nth-street, near Race.
Thoy were sentenced to the chain-gang for
the terra of six months each. Brophy,
... : 1 1 L I . , r 1 . y '.
win uu ruuieiuuereu, escapeu irom tne chain
gang some days since.
msr'lho trial of Miss Emma. Pmaa.
charged with harboring lowd women, was
:,..!..,;..: i . , . . . . .
juvicuiiiiuijr pustjjuueu in me roiice uourt,
yesterday, in consequenoe of her being 4n
the custody of the Sheriff, to answer the
cnarge oi malicious destruction of property,
to the Court of Common Pleas tarring the
uuuov vi ir. v aLtier
9-The following is a list of letters de-
mined lor non payment of postage at the
Postoflioe, in this city, September 2li:
A . t Inch, Harmor, Oblo.
William Atkins, Mt. Olload, Oblo.
William 0. Pilkoy, Mlamivillo, Oble.
N. Perry, Newark, K J.
E'lward Wltte. St. Charles, Mo.
Mrs. Rebecca Jolilffo, titopiieuaon's Depot, Va,
Jumped in the Cahal A man named Adam
Reusing, who waa indicted by the GrandJary
for maliciously stubbing a police offloer, while
on his way with an offloer, yesterday, to the
Court-house for trial, jumped from the Miami
street bridge, over the railing, Into the oanal.
He was flabed out with a boat-hook, worse
scared than hurt.
sT Meteorological observations for the
PrntKT Pbess, by Henry Ware, Optloian, No.
7 West Fourth-street, September 23, 18J0.
H'000?; Barometer. Thermometer.
M - - KM 63
d ty,","MM""MM,.-'2v-C"l 7rj
a r. M.HM.M,M,,,..M..-..2a.dG oe
-George Williams, the colored man ar-
restea upon a ODarge of burglariously enter
ing tne boarding-house of Mr. Foster, sn the
oorner 01 intra ana .Broadway, was dlsoharged
by Judge Lowe, yestorday. Mr. Foster was
fined tbe oosta for contempt of Court falling
i Dnn-n. mhJ .. .
Correotion Mbdioal. The statement In
the Timet of last evening that Professor John
King had resigned hisehalr In the Ecleetie
Medical College of Medloine, we are informed
is entirely untrue. Ko such resignation has
uocu louuerou me ooara 01 xrastees.
wAbner Haskins, charged with stealioe
Mil nf ,U. I -. ... .
- v,, v. iu. vams ui seven aoiiars, ana a
book valued at one dollar, was diinharmd in
the Police Conrt yesterday. The evidence
went to show that Haskins only borrowed the
iuo,k, m wuisn was tne door, without the con
sent 01 tne owner.
We are Informed that tha silver in.t
intenaeaas a present to Mr. A. Menter, leader
vi mooters vornet JBand, In this city, will
strive here about Wednesday next. It will be
placed on exhibition for a short time at some
prominent point. Duo notice of which will be
given.
5Mhe cltiiens of the Thirteenth Ward
and several doing business on Deer Creek, have
petitioned Council to extend Deer Creek sewsr
SOUtb Sixty feet. Also, that Cnnrt-atnet hm
eitended to ( Dublin or) Look-street. Referred.
3tMljer9 will be a meetlnv nf tha finn.;.
tlon Countv Executive Oammlttea at tan
oolook this morning, for organisation. They
meet In Metropolitan Building, oorner of
Ninth and Walnut.
flSSHunt street near tha reaidanM nf tr
G. H. Pendleton, is ln a wretched condition.
and has been again made the subject of 00m
plaint to the City Counoil. ,
STohn Kins?, a n-roner and nnnVa.hr.ni.
keeper, was lined ten dollars and costs by
Judge Lowe. Yesterday, for selling- llmin.nn
o..j. " - - -o 1
OUUUUJ.
AMUSEMENTS.
the
to
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A,
ge,
a
of
Wood's Theater To-night will he presented
Ths Cabpkntfr or Ron:, and the farce cf
asi Out or P.cs. This la a good bill and will
nimoi attract a large attonrtan.ie. On Monday night
L Anderson, the great Ensll-li truswlian,
make hi. inn.nr.ni.ji In TTami,. . ,-iiuiait,!.i.
which he etande equal, if nut superior, to any actor
aii anii. age.
Pier's Opera-Hocsb. let ev-ervbodv re
member that to-night Is act apart for the benefit
iiiB Mreai Dionnin, anil as It Is to be moat po.tlvely
hla lft.lt AniHwninra h nrn In. n.n-n. lu.l.l. i.im.
ducing the graceful Madame Hlondin in aa-rien
ueaiunni evoiniiona to perform aeveral rftbamoBt
p-yinuiiiiimrv leaia ever concoiveu, among which
Will be tlint nf mirrtina Mumi. n ,,r. -kA..l.
dnraup a slnsle cord fmrn the back of .he stage
;iie extreme aignt or the vast auditorium of
tlPera-hnUHA. nrARt.nlv mftr thn man... In nliUh
the same perilous f.at was accomplished over
" "'" me peri jrraance win commence
wltli tbfl amuaing draninof MtscRixr Makino.
which Mr. and Mrs. Chapman aud ether members
vi ma wwpaiiy win appear.
Palace Qabden. The manager of this
cheap pi ace of amuwment continues to meet with
abuu iautancoes. The Oardon Is nightly visited t
a large numbs- of peraons who there And that com
fort and fun reign triumphant. The alnglng.daucing
and burlovnuca of the artists are worthy of a largo
snppoit. Theentortainmentisvarledavery evening.
Butts's Paxobama. The moving pioture
iub uana oi raieatine ana o- scenes related by
Apuaiiua, in ine pew -ei ment, la iirawina large
houses ut the Melodoon. Do not fall to see it.
Mechanics' Fair The Fair of tbe Me
chanics' Institute continues to be the attraction,
ol the nnmeroiia amnaenients now open to the public.
They h vs add. d to their already flue dlipluy,
Oaillope, which, although not of a very aoft tone, can
rlav auv thloff from Yankee liootlle to Old Hnnrireil.
This U a flue chance for those who have never heard
a long sung oj steam.
of
is
of
of
0RDI!CA!tCE3 ADOPTED BY TTIB ClTT ConNCIt
Labt Nioht. To establish tho grade of Clcar-water-street
from Baymiller to Freeman; as
eesning tax for paving Lowis-street from East
Front to Ohio River; Baldwin-alley fiora
Seventh to Eighth-street; also, Front-street
from Broadway to vhitaker-stroot.
Pitting Ordinance' Pantd. To pave with
bowlders Thorp-alley from Elm-street
Plum-street, and Martin-streot from inter
section of Third and Parsons-street to Pearl
street; and to re-pave with lime-stone O'Reil-ley-alley
from Lawrence-street to Dawsonalley.
Reiolution Adopted Aicardiry Contract!.
With Dennis Cronin to pave With bowlders
intersection of Woodward and Pendleton
street; with Bartholomew Donavan to repair
with bowlders Lock-street from Third
Fifth-street; with Lowry and Humphrey
pave with bowlders Plum-street from Fifth
to Sixth-street; with Goorgo Barton to ptive
with bowlders the intersection of Abigail and
Pendlcton-etreots, and tho west wings
Abigail and Hunt-street and Woodward and
Hunt-streets; also, with Jones & Bonto
pave with limestone Rider-alley from Wade
street to a point about two hundrod and
fifty-seven feet south) with Jerome Bain
bridge to pave with brick sidewalks on the
west side of Plum-street from George to Seventh-street,
John from Seventh to Court;
also, with Bower & Baker tho sidewalks on
Twelfth-street from Western-row to Main
Btreet; with J. W. Cordeman & Co., Baymil
lur from Liberty to Western-row, Baymillor
from Everett to liberty, Lihorty from Wost-ern-row
to Pendleton; with A. H. Bmilh, Al
lison from Vine to Main; with J. W. Scud
der, with limestone Gay-alloy from York
alley to York-street; with A. R. Smith
bowlder College alley from Websterto Frank
lin; with Joseph Brophy, Thorn-alley from
Race to Vine; with Dennis fJranln to' bowl
der south side of Eighth from Vine to Elm;
with Lowry Jc Humphrey to bowlder Elm
street from the portligutterof 8vonth-streot
to bowldored pavement at Eighth.
One hundred iron lamps, oontraet at $13
per post ana lantern, with 1, Gt. liaylord A Co,
a
it
Board or City" Improvements. Tbe Board
met at the usual hour, and directed the Clerk
to prepare and transmit to the City Counoil an
ordinance to assess a speoial tax upon tbe real
estate abutting on Lewis-street, from East
lront-street to the bank of the river. Also,
an ordinance to establish the grade of South
em-avenue. Also, resolutions authorizing the
City Auditor to oontraot as follows : With Den
nis Cronan, at eighty-seven cents per square
yard, to pave with bowlders the Intersection of
woodward and Pendleton-streets. With
rt . ... ...
weorgs joarioD, ac eigmy-elght cents per
square yard, to pare with bowlders the inter
section of Abigail and Pendleton-streets. The
following repairs for bowidered streets were
ordered :
Vlno-street, from the Miami Canal to Soventh, tin
Huco-street, " ' " jr)
Aim-aireet,
Plum-atreet, " " "
An estimate of the amount necessary for the
isefmruueoi tor tne montn or uotober, law.
Cl aning streets 2.nnn
Paving intersections , j ooo
aB- auu i.uvi IU. ITUH.irB UI UCCB VW1 U0W1-
dered atreeta . . . i
Balance !...!!!"!!!! 310
ouuuiug una repairing culverts 3,owi
Total g7l8I0
Adjourned.
Robbery or a Mokst Dbawer. A
man
named Thomas Mltohel. last nioht. stole
a
money drawer from the counter TltaArann's
drug-store, corner of Broadway and Lower
market, but was soonj detected, being caught
before be had reaohed the market-home He
was lodged at Hammond street.
Correction. By reference to our telao-rsnfc
oolumn, it will be seen that the report of the
attempted suicido of Charles Steele, news-agent
uu me looinnau, Hamilton and Alayton Kail
road, as published in the Times of last evening,
IS 1UWITCUL
HATS AND CAPS. One of the hnat nlanna In
.1 i. 1 . , ...... -
ma ouj 10 ooiain a suitable hat or esp IB at a
R. Alleys, No. 41 Broadway. ODDoaite Broad
way Hotel. His fall stvle is sreatlv admired.
ana is rapidly coming in vogue.
. j ... , - '
"Walnut-street at the Miami Canal Is to
be barricaded, to prevent accident until the
new oriuge is ereoted.
The Market Committee are authorized
to proonre a new scale at expense of eight
uuiwrs, loruseoi marset- master.
HOME INTEREST.
VS. H. Parvln, Adyertlalng; Agents So.
au tv wi suarm-sireet.
VOngaerrearj Onllery, Sontb-weat eor.
ner or BUth and Western-row, ever Hannaford'i
dreg atore. Picturea taken and pnt In good oases for
twenty cents. airanted to please.
5"If you want a genteel Bat, one of ex
tra flnlihand style of quality unexceptionable, call
atllliibert Kro., Hos. 8 and 310 Weat Fifth-itreet
1 hey have a fine stock on hand, and re dlipoaing of
inem at reasonabls prices.
""Dewey A; Co., Dlamtnotlt riiototrraiih
Oallery, No. 112 Weit Flfth-Btreet, is the nlaca to set
a good Picture in a Gilt Frame for $1. Do not fall
to get one.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
FRIDAY EVENING, September 23, 1859.
FLOUR The demand la fniran iK.m...
ketatlffer. Sales ofw brie, extra at4 (Kis 10. Bn.
pertl no la aeunra v held at Si 74 1,,,. ,1,1. 1.
above the views of bnyera. Jteoiptsfair
w a ion. 1 - ina market la II rm wit h agnod demand.
Balesuf 1,100 brla. at 24SM,c., the litter rote for
14 73. and ln some rasna h ah... 1,.... K..i.iJ. .1 '
The demand for Bacon a-utloues active and buyers
came fully unto the views f hni.ia.. ,n...u , .
M0tihds.atf)4and9)4o. for shoulders sncfaides, bat
at these rates there were mors buyers than sellers on
'Change, and Mo. hlaher was naked, closing buoy
niSwv?0,f m,i ,',,n!P, 'a bulk meat or lard.
MICK-A aajeof M tierces priiuo, in extra good
nackages, at4fl,e. The article may be quoted a44
""oi-'KiftH-Tne demand for Sugar continues
:ood at full prices. alcaof lisihhils at va:iu
Molaaaea Is generally held at Stic, with sales at 37(3
S7.V. Cofles firm at l!(S12J,o.
WHEAT-The market coutlnnes flrm with a do-
nut
"" "jum w ins receipt, naiss g,nou bushuls
5rrai,.,!lf,,5,
mS'"lN,TT,n? ! vjry flrm with a goodde-
Olrintl at rjc. lor fitir miTi
BiRLKV K fiilr doraund for nrlrns. mi . I
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
In
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to
Trial for Stabbing
a Police Ovpicieb.
Ailam Renslng, a Oorman, aged almiit flft. nre.
atooa inuic m beiora Jmlgo Mallon and a jury,
chargen with tal)blngLe Is Bediker. Tha pro4ciil
Ing witne la a policeman of the Peientli Ward
,bi''l'tof the 29ih June ho went with another
officer (vVoeaier) to the Itou'e t.f tbe defendant nn
Plum-atreet, near Front, having re-elved iofornia.
tiou from the wife of the latter that hi conduct waa
Bticli as to create apprehenalons of aome viol nee
According to the teatimony of tt-e onioers they
flint roqueatod him to behave hlmelf, and hiuf
particular intentliin to arrest him unless it became
necessary, but finding their advice fruitless thev pro
coededto take him into cuntodv, when he stabbed
Woearerin the arm, and on releasing hlm-elf, then
atnbbed Olllcer Bedlkor in the tblgti. They thon bad
to tine force before they cou d gat him along to the
atatlon-bouao. Uu the part ol the defense It wa
claimed that R. waa knocked down with the mace
or the policemen before either of them were stabbed,
and that his act waa in aelf-defi-iiae, from the violenoe
with which he wanaaaaulted. The ti-a'lmnny showed
that tbero were wouuds on hla hoad and body, and
inat while be lay upon the ground Olllcer llurn.
junipod upon blm; also that he had been regarded
a man of weak Intellect, which some auppoted
amount to ormineaa.
hL lrV,meIlt r' ,ue .Bu,0i Kerr admitted
that the policemen may have aet-d more violence
than waa neoe.Biiry: but h ? thought the aympathy
the jury cou d not be withdrawn from tho. men
when Itwas recollected .thattwoof tliemworeatabbed:
that ho still held the weapon In hia hand, and
that they wero dealing with no ordinary Individual
ao far aa phyalcnl strength was conc-rned,
.- llr. 0 Dietrich made a etrong argument to the
jury In poutrnvertliig the pmltlnn, taken by thoSUite
It was Mr. Dietrich's flrBt addre.s before a Jury, and
it Im presaed thoao who beard blm with his abi lties
aa an advocate,
Iu theconrHoofhlsehargeto the jury. Judge Mal
lon Informed them that if the policemen boat the
prlanner alter the stabbing had taken place, he could
not take advantage of t hat fact in a plea of self-da-r.
ne The Jury found tbe prisoner guilty on tiie
second connt la the lndictment-Biabbing with in
tont to wound,
MmthIJ!" "J't1" b!;"f8 '"Oae from Deputy
r'n. Thomas, and jumped into the canal. The
officer brought him in by tho help of a boat-book 1
n.m"!2f"nMi' u!"l0or Stabbino.-A colored man
nm.ed.DK? ' Rlih"r,, "aa Placed on trial, charged
with stabbing Alfred Holmes, a so colored. The
aflalroccurred at Mount Pleanant, on theutb of July!
TheproicCutlngwItMaaatates'that ho recolvod four
wouuds. A ciue of aelf-delenss was set up. The
irUl has not yet rloseil. D. T. Hnelbaker and V.
UMh conduct Ihe defense.
lNDICTMK!IT AGAINST Till LATE CnASLtS 8TDEIl
In each of the Indlctmenle rt-portrd against t-hartea
NEWPORT NEWS.
to
to
ol
to
to
ISubaorlptiona, advsrtiaements aad oammuulca
bLTte'uded'tM0 ' ' lietvtl"'" I 8'w'"
To-day closes the Alexandria Fair, snd
fBri tnral iinplemsntB and produce are to be ex-
ii,.re.n;5e.favel.,-0,do,1,'t b,lt thBt ln en'h then
dentirtmonia the artii.lA. .mum, urtn v.i
Quality. The last tlilmfon ' 7tnmibiii
contest nniong the ladles for ,incatrr.n chaa jlbnt
flbip. llio prize to bo carr ot nli is ten dollars ami
he conteatania will be divided into two clw'sea-
best In'hclaTt.; r tatlTtCa'Rv'i;
DriZf. INt! tU-nnml nram itma j 7 vv"
Drue,
iai.lk'8, tloyoqr bejt,
There waa but aiia mi& ..rn n.. r
this morning and In that tb. do en,ia,, Weui..
.mi i' .. - i m nars.-
; i . ! ' names, out tbepartiea beino
carotui to keen at a r,ninif..i hi.. "J lil V 'P"
TSHfi'r 3 'ls "rlihtV,
nenair. waleftourlffttvoracratchlnir hi, I1..1., ?
wo um aot loaru what action he took iu the matter.
The Enquirer ot vestordav nmrnin. .Ai.t-
an article dedicated to the dogsof our city, which la
lull nf poetry aud still more full of truth . Wa hone
uponlt"" Wl" KUl U ,n(l Uot 0Bly rettd fc' "K
uil?:dar' tho st0toal Judge McClure, and
auo the Jamestown steam ferrv.hoat. win bn.nirf.,
lMtn,La'J.?.e, rl'J ln ") river will uo doubt
... mv wviuiu,,,,,, ,or UP iurimu
COVINGTON NEWS.
r. . ...
adt eommnntentinha r.nm a. u..j. , , ,
The Will Case Decided The will case
which has been so long pndina ln the Circuit Court,
fill ?,';irli5",",Tl.'i)'' ""wl'l waa sustained.
The pariiculara of the mattai- are these: Madison
oun. at bis ilnuli. nhl, h .......i
iroe years ugo, left the greator part of his estate to
....,,,,,. ,,,,, uui0(l nug,, wutchoct waa
dislasH-fol to hiB brothers, who, to8othr with a man
named Murphy, who bad purchased an interest ol
one of the heirs, contested it on the ground - f the
iuconipeieiicyol the testator. Thenmoiint Intllspute
was about three thousand eight hundred dollars. The
ibuuvivu atUUUli mrw U CIUCK f, AM.
Don't forget that to-nieht is the time an.
pointed for the Kenton Cadts to display their
knowledge of tbe art of war. Be careful, folks, look
fill. I.llf flolt't Bt tt.n ,... -I.n , ' "
, - Bv .w now , viidj may provo aanerous.
The proceeds of tbe conoert, last Saturday
nJght, aftor deducting expenses, amounted to about
Our jail Is fast becoming depopulated, eon.
taining only aevon Inmates.
ihe wheat market eontinuoj dull, thoneb
dealers hona to ana hai..,r nm. '
The Second-street side-walk has been oom-ploted.
MONETARY.
FRIDAY, September 23—8 P. M.
Ihe Money market remains very close, yet
tberj Isabettor feeling on the atreet. nwln. .h.
inci tnat tne oneringa are 1101 as heavy from regular
depositors theraterillugat I0l2per cent lir'hvrt
iWMWt (JulBlderfle 16li pV, Su
Premium. Bevorat Arms to-day Di,rchaed itH iinl
a..ldattic. Thorolsaatrongii-ellirg In favor of ad
vnnclng tho rate to H premTum. Kuchange on the
talna. " af ci ' Wwt of Monn"
Ko change in Cncurrent Money.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, September 23—P. M.
Flour market Do. better on low grades, with
moderate demand : sales lo,w brla. at $4 2A584 5 for
jiiporhne statej $4 4wi .Bvfore.tradi.; fTikS 4S
for anperflno Weatern; 84 ttm 8- f..r comnvS to
Bood extra Western, anil j o,LS frt. i... . .
shieping brand. e'x,?i VouhovP Oh o,r 'marks,
olnsfug quiet and less bnoiant. V'enadian Flour
JU,S.t-ln, IK14 7.5 J"r !" Ry "lour dn? St
?.3 .i4 3-. w. '!.6t advanced Hffl2c- per bushel: sal..
fur white Kentucky; f I 30 for white , fi toLfgai j ? Jn
f0l0-iil)t"ernin1 for do- t-'anadlan.aud r6
for do. Indiana Bye lirm at l,i2o. Barley searee
andflrm atjiiftsoc. Corn .carcS, and Kti2c better
l.'n'as?,'0? .bV"fte" '"f mlxenvcster":
- fcl 'tfi"0."' 0s better. 40tat.1c. for Bute
SrWi0, fr.w'?fn, and 4ii43o. for Canadian
W ilskyunchanged: sales WibriV. at 2H.7 Pork
active, and tinner: aaies 3,900 brls. i-t SbS 7Siat? ar
!!!!.4. ?'lh.?V.i'3 ' forif)im8,
taeiarniLMOhrl
. . '" . . " . BBuaiwisj uii.'nn Illl rtii
rm.. . muini iu noBjii oiHur extra: email sain,
of new repacked si Iwaiikie at 111. Beof I Z JUS?
at lOtfflllo. Bacon dull. Cut Meats flriKM1?.
nacaogea at 7Jto. for Shoulder., and aimi Tfor
Uatns. Lard firm: bsIob ion brla. at luaiUsc' Sr
HO. 1 C IV tunritne ktll.nH.itir.',I?.?,ll,f.0 ror
flrm at 12(3160. for Ohio ' and TtSSio. l, Stale'
Chi-ese quiet at tkJo-JHo. for prime. Tt the Tea salea
tins lnornioa tho ana t .i-h i "f1."
about the previous rate, wire" obulnod Though'
fleece at S ' Pulled",! t b, T XL
Biieyant at an advance of H$4c ; muscovado at sti
6ic.,andfoirto Kioo at 6j37Jc,
1
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, September 23—P. M.
mid.lllnus: sales of tl. i' ,".H""- '"r
against 71 ,ODU bai last 'yeaV. Coffee o iM- rZ'Xl
atock 9.SO0 bass. Sterling Exchange 12'
Steamboat Register.
AuRiv.rji Paiku... jt , .
son ; KmmaQranam, 1-ltt.bnrg': eS. !
MILLIiVERY.
esasBsaasavatsBB I" .
VI BIRD AKD ELEQANT ASSOBTMKHT OF
PALI AND WINTER
; NOW READY.
lim.t'i'.
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AUCTION SALES.
AUCTION S ALE-By KELLOGG t
WILLIAMS, Bale-rooms and M Suit Third
street Unclaimed goods at Auction. -On TCKBDAY
MoltNIMi), Sept. IT.ot 9 o'clook, will be sold tU
unclaimed good, of Adams' Rxprwa Company, eon
slating of over five hundred different tackages.
BMiBBBiaBBBUeStj
miscellaneous.
flTand Winter
DRY GOODS.
DAY & MATIACK,
80 Pearl-gtreet,
llave now In store a large and aeloot atook of STA
PLE and FAM0Y DRY GOODS, wnloh, tbrectont
and variety, I unsurpassed, vis:
A large and general stock of Domeetlc
Woolen and Cotton Goods.
A splendid line of very rich Dress Goods,
ln Silks, Delaines, Merlnoes, and other
fabrics of newest styles.
Cloths, Cassi'meres
large assortment.
and Vestlngs, la
A complete stock of White Goods, Em
broideries and Linen Goods, of our
own Importation.
A very extensive stock of Fancy and
Variety Goods, Shawls, Hosiery,
Gloves, Ae.
MS We shall be In dally receipt of an new and o
ilrable Goods during the season, and desire to be
placed in competition with any bouse, Bast or Watt.
by an examination of our etoefc. seslam
REMOYAL.
TUB FIRM OP
SPRAGUE & CO.
HAVK OPENED IN THEIR
Ne xr tor o
South-east Cor. Fourtli and Viae,
THURSDAY 8TII IJiST.,
WITH TUB tAHGEST AND
. PBETTIK8T stock of Goods for MHcfS
WKAR ever offered ln Clnolnnatl.
THB BTOUK OF
PIECE GOODS,
To make np to Ueasara, wQl he large and varied.
n'e have a
New Corps of Cutters,
From New Tork and Philadelphia, who profess to
understand the art of Cutting Btyllah Garments Is -irder.
it
W For past favors we return many thanks, and
hope to merit future patronage. Truly,
SPRAGUE & CO.
ep7.tn
REMOVAL.
CARPETS at COST
I WIILBJIMOVKTO MT NBW KOBB, OTTOM
Pike's Opera-house,
OJI T
FIRST OF OCTOBER,
AND OFFSB MT PHBIBNT STOCK AT
Greatly Reduced Prioes.
HENRY FALLS,
65 West Fourth-street.
seplS
FRESH
OYSTERS.
CAVAGNA'H
Oyster Importing House.
NO.HtWBST FIFTH.HTREBT.
OPHE SUBSCRIBER 18 NOW RKOEIV-
rri1N(J ,lB!ly fT EPf"s, his splendid Oysters.
U a vi Ilk' comnlAteii .m.Mn,..,. i., t, .1.1
., ' . n w ... ,. . . ii, 1. -1 L I luu o. on
he most extensive scale, I will at all time, daring
kS?0IJ ta PPi?d to furnish my friends, "anS -
BIVALVES Imported to tha Onsen Cltf. Konebnt
the very best Imnorted. Great in.lniml,. S2Zzi
at this
inpiirting-honse.
wroor aioncited and promptly nl ed. T.nna
ephlf
rKTKB CAVAUNA.
Bole Importer and Proprietor.
TIIE OYSTER TRADE.
C.S.MALa'BY
iSAiia rs
FRESH CAN
OYSTEiKS.
COVE
OYSTERS.
Spioed Oysters.
PICKLED OV8TBE8
ri-illl-; SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RB0KIV-'
.,.IN0,?AILT'D ,h" Adams Express. MALT
BY'S world-renowned BalUmore
Fresh Can, Keg and SleU Oysters,
. ALSO
?JA,kD8Talf','' mlM "OKO-.
aOBEKTOER, Agent. '
sapf-tf Pepot, 11 West yifthtreet. '
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTERS
263 WalanUatreet,
rrrwrriav.iMr -
f HAVE COMMENCED FOR THE 6HA
w rreah oyaiers. J. TODD 1
WlmU..,i a . ivv . -
e-,:i. V i . , --"- iw . a. aan. SIUO.
frrsten cooked In a superior style at our usual mad.
rate charges, .
eoJS-tf
NOTICE.

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