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WASTS." t'FOB, SACK. "TO tKT. "LOOT,"
t -rotIMDrte.,lh this column. oarapfihf He
Intv, two lwyU reiil-BVfc jl--tea
WA5IBD-SIBI.8-.lt flir'J to Ell good
situations. In citv and country. A ronng men
ants sltuatiob to inn an enijlsi, WIS itfadefitands
ble biulnea. Clerks, porters, carriage drivers, gar
denara. rrMtiil hnvt! tnan .mri nftva fltf all litliM nf
nnaiBWM to Da seen rot nlrfc iiaiiv,ih nomce.307
KInumdMiam-otretM. T Htm AB BUCHAHAH.
' tMP )
VANTlfti.fcSll!!& &0dJi8-6n tie
iJfT ranttreflr-. within fifteen minutes walk of
imtn-avrevi ana Whitewater Canal.
PnMMU i Ml
wilhitt three weeks.
Address J. H.J.,0: Jlflh-st
phyitclini
nV.dtile.aAVed
hlmseir gen.
prescriptions.
Address
W.pas-b
fi. H.
At thii office.
WANTED HOUSE A Cottage or Honss
containing three room i, by a prompt pitying
tenant. Ilont not to exceed St. Address y . agai
'sei26-b " A t th'is o'fnc.
WANTED TO RENT HOUSE By a
good tenant with a Tory small family, a imiill,
convenient bouse, situated on or near one of the
city railroads. Address ' Q.." Box 1,30. ep2-b
WANTED BOOM A neatly furnished
room, without board, for a slnale aenon
(tnalel for twelve months.
aaareea, wttn lowoit
se26-b
terras "BOOM." Press office.
WANTED TAILOR- A first-best work
man on customers' coats. Address W. W.,
Press oftlre, with name, atreet and number, eep2tb
WANTED BOX-MAKERS Four filt
rate workmen, to whom steady work will be
given. CHOATg A KVANg.
I KorW 967 Race street, below Liberty. .
WANTED NURSE A girl about fifteen
years old, to attend ohtldren. Apply at No.
ait Sixth-street, near Plnm, up etaira. aepaib'
WANTED -.BOO K- K E E P E R-A
thoroughly competent book-keoper for a
large wholesale home in this city. Hnst hire ekpe
.rlenre. None others need apply. Address, 'fth real
name and reference, Lock-Box 39, P. O. sep24ha
WANTED OLD (JOIN Exohanga and
an., . .b"nkin.F ec'. of John W. Clark, 2 West
Third.street. 8ir.uilh and Mexican quarters in any
;""';."' - highest price.- Also, foreign gold
andeilve"-. senMbv
sepM
WANTED COOK - A
-washer and ironer. . A
01 LBKRT's), corner Third and t
Urst-elats Book,
Wly lit BMITH
tain-ate. sep24b
WANIBDB0Y A good boy, between
, If and IS yean old, to worklu aoake bakery,
Vi4nlr Immediately at Bornstt'i Saloon, )64 Wont
ft'ljrh'MWMt. , Dp21n
w
ANTED SERVANT GIRL A steady
alrl todo niMKl aoUMeworlt. Amiltrta the
Hex ton in the b one merit of theChurch(hiili sftonlo)
corner Fourth and Main-stfeel. sepli f
WANTED-AXiSNT A tewing machine
nont, Wth capital, for Flokle Alyon's sew
ng mncbinMn this city. Calt oa Mr. Lyon, this
,y, at tfc Bnrnet Honse.
sep2tb
iimi An ijsu uiKii to take care
-To take
veil rftrvimi
of a
child. Must ooroe well recommended.
Tn-
itiire at No. H6Berenth-street, near Kace,
ser'tb
WANTED TWO BOYS-Atthe Speneer
House, two good bell-boyi. Apply Imniedi"
al"ly. eepwli
WANTED THREE VEST RASTERS
Also, a few men caa find sltttatlons by apply
ing to flALE A COrt Merollnt Clerks' Beglstry
Ofltoe, Ml West Ftfth-street ex&
WANTED SITUATION By a boy 1J
yeara old, to learn the retail grocery business.
!e wilng to stay four rtars, Addrew B. H. W., at
trilsofflce. aep2lawt
-WONTED-SITUATION By a young
, yoman.aa flrstcook In a hotel or private
family. Address M. .. at this oBce.. aepMb
WANTED PATTERN FIXER A itove
pattern filer. O. W, BALL ft CO..
sepKd ' 34 Mln-treet.
ANTED-CARRIAGE DWVER An
experienced man (errant "who can drlre a
rarrluae. 0. W. BALL 4 CO.,
eepS.y 58 Main-atreet.
ANTED CARPENTERS Ten good
house enrpentere immediately, to go South.
To rood workmen steady employment for one year.
Apply W 3. orjlfitINOHAl, .
. vB(il Vo. 23 West front-street,
WANTED AGENTS To aella desirable
work jnst published, "Jul ian'l Interest
Tsblee," containing scouratecabnlationaol Interest
at,. 7,8, "and 10 per cent., both simple and com
pound, on all suras from one oent to $10,000, una front
oneduyto six yuan, A rare opportunity to make
money in the sale of this new, cheap and useful
work. For ftirtlur information sa to success, testi
mony In ita favor, sod terras, address (.stamp Inclosed,)
or apply to J. HAZARD DAVIS, 421 Fifth-street.
sep2-amt '
' VA N T ZJ)-s it 0ATi6kri
. and others ; . A situation'. v 4
t take oath of RpWhi knd make
tsrally asefnl, I nderttahds putting m
FOR SALE.
tilOIl SALE LAND Twenty-eight and
ono-half acres of lnnrt, (29 acres cleared,) cue
half mile from ntilford Railroad Station. The land
is new, well fetid 'il, and no building. For particulars
inn iire of LOUIS A; ALLEN, Penny Press office,
..r I. 0. WOODRUFF, Milford Station. sep26-aw
El OR SALE HOUSE AND LOT Situated
.m:
on Bctta-etreet, between Catter and Linn, north
. No. 9ft-nrice 82.800. Lot 2ft feet front by 90 feet
aide, No. 9S-price
deep, to MX foot alley. Payment, one-third cash-
balance In one and two years, i scared by mortgage.
FOR SALE A RARE CHANCE A busi
nesa ia which an energetio and steady man can
make from $4 to $6 per day. A few hundred dollars
rniuired. Address Box. 1341, or call at 344 Western
row. aepah
TjlOR SALE OR TRADE LAND Eighty
MJ acres of best quality farrai gland, (unimproved)
in Mercer Oonnty, Ohio. Price, fl,00O one-fourth
down and the balance In one, two and three yearn
or will be exchanged for a etna improved farm or
other property, near the Ohio River. WARKKN L.
PA VIS, House and Sign Painter, Do. 72 West Xhlrd
atreet, Cincinnati. . sep23aw
I70R SALE SALOON 284 Vine-street,
. one door from Sixth bar and eleven rooms,
well furnished and papered, and doing a good busi
ness. Near Wood's Theater. Inquire on the prem
e. R. H. BKRLWKB. p20w
Hi 1.1 !
LOST.
T OST CANE From off the top of one of
.M-A the Fourth and Main and Freeman-street line
nf omnibuses, a heavy black swo-d-cene, carved
handle, 110 ferrule. The finder will be rewarded by
leaving It at the Walnut-street House, or with any
of the drivers on said omnlbuael. sep24h ,
T OST $5 REWARD On the 22d, a black
JLi and tan pup, four months old. The above re
ward will be paid for bis return to 219 and 221 West
Third-street. HAM. B. JOHNSTON. sep2lb
T .OST $5 REWARD Lost from the sub
.Li scrlber, on the 21st Inst., a black and tan pup,
with a silver collar on his neck bearing the sun
rilier's name. The above reward will be paid for
bis return to No. 51 Stone-itreet.
sepZIc KMMA MoKINNET.
POUND
1! 0 UN D BRASS KEY On Syeai
? street last night, which the owner oan hi
applying at this office and paying f jr this notii
more-
have bv
notice, - .
FOR BENT.
TiOR RENT ROOMS Furnished Rooms
JD lor rent. Apply at 160 West Third-street, be
tween Race and lm. sep26-b
BOARDING.
HOARDING. Two unfurnished front rooms
-Sl-av with hoarding,, for gentlemen and their wives,
at no. nace-streec, Belerence required.
SEE THE BEAUTIFUL
' ' AT PALACE 3ARDEN, -
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
ARICIJLR VL s BOOKS.
roa sals ar
,. E. MEN DEN HALL,
At his new Store. 10 West Kifth-atreer,
J.T. DROWNE&CO.;
MANUFACTURERS OF JEWELRY,
new wholesale establishment, ST West Third
street, between Walnut and Vine, (room.No. 4,n
stairs,) Olnolnnatl. Faetory at Providence, Rhode
Island. Hew styles received weekly. iepl6mv
" A. C. STULB,
ATLANTIC CABLE RESTAURANT AND
WINK AND LAQJCB BSCS, IA.LOON, Ho.
7l8Westem-rew, ClnelBnall, Ohio. - v
mr My bar Is at all timet snppHsd with tholes
LlauorssndOlgsrs, eetai
QX-ED E -EKE S S
MONDAY.:
SEPtBlBr;It 26
CITY MATTERS.
Penny Preis to be had every
morning at tne Counting-room door.
Only otteteht. .. .
Frightful Accident on the Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad.
" We are called upon to record another lerloui
rM'ix6dicUi,.VMoh,ihoiigii noi. b
u many others, if, Mvethejes, pf a frightful
ohararter thenorn g,o aj bj the natore.of.tht
'oaaaalty we fan icaroely ooojeiittire Hon t,
fearful loss 6f life was avoided. , 1 ' ' . I
At the ten o'clock night train was passing
along the banks of the canal, a short distance
below Delhi, and ahoot twelve miles from this
city on Saturday last, a rotten tie gave way
under the weighttof the engine, whioh aaused
a rail to break., xhe egjnehovfevM, passed
ovbf in safety, but the uaggago oar tore up tlis
rail, thereby throwing the train off the traok,
the first oar falling bottom side up, full twenty
feet off. The aeooni ear was thrown partly off
and was badly broken. The third was cap
sized into the canal, and partly filled with
water, and would have been entirety submerged
and the passengers drowned, had the ooupling
gave way; fortunately this was not the ease,
although all state that under the circumstances
it is Impossible to ooncelve how it hold together
against the shock It received. ' ' "'
. The ears were twenty minutes behind time;
and were, going, at the rate of about thirty
miles per hour. All the passengers Unite in
acknowledging their gratitude to the Con
linctor, Dr. Pay, who they say deserves great
eredit for his conduct, the following is Hit
of passengers on the train, as near as could be
atoertainvd, and which was kindly furnished u
by D. W. V. Rollo, agent for Grover & Baker,
dealers in sewing machines, who was one of
them,' -
INJURED.
Mr. Daalel Snyder, head out ; Mrs. M.
Snyder, head and shoulder hurt ) Mollie T.
Snyder, braised I Mrs. Burns, mothorof Mrs.
Snyder, a lady 87 yean of age, was severely if
not mortally wounded in the baok. bne was
carried to the Southgatellouseona litter.4 Miss
Bigle, faoe cut; Mrs, Ingel. face outi her two
children were with her and escaped unhurt; II. i
x nomas, two teetn gnockea out; oas. iirown,
baok badly hurt ; & W. Riohards, arm hurt j
W. Jaokson, cm out ; W. C. Plyley, of Jaok
lon, Miss., face and hand hurt ; Michael Con
nelly, face and baok hurt; N. K. Lucky, head
cnt ( V. Brandie, nose cut ; G, H. Reinhart,
arm hurt; Antoine TJIrich.head and hand cut;
David Moy, leg hurt; Wat, Whayland, nose
and forehead cut: J. Hamilton, face out;
Charles Stewart, head and baok hurt; Mr.
McSwiU, leg hurt ; Mrs. R. H. Montgomery,
slightly hurt; Mrs. Watson, slightly hurt;
James 0. Brown, Hal Dane, III,, right snoub
der dislocated and seriously in lured in the back
and breast ; 3. B. Brandon, Mercer Co., O.,
hand bacuymaihea; o. U. Black, Kenton Co.,
Sho died athalf-paat twelve this moruittg. , .
ESCAPED UNHURT.
Miss Siivdor.'J. W. Brundv. E. P. Cranoli.
Dr. 0. A. Williams, Lewis Orth, Charles Btit-
lerwortii, J. U. Bliss, u. v. v. Hollo, J. Mc
Laughlin, S. Woodward, S. G. Block, A. G.
Robbins, John Fross, O. TV. Toft, . T. Wat
son, J. Slanberr, F. Miller, Udolph Thomas,
Air. Mciivane, u. Builman, j.m. bullman
and family, Jlr. Rollohane, S. Tyranny, R
Elder, jr., R. H. Montgomery, Mrs. Captain
Mclntyre, Mrs. Miohards. ana a lew others,
uamos unknown.
Beside the passonirers, a fireman received
a long cash in his head, and a newsboy
named Carney was badly hurt internally.
lie scene was indeed mgntrui ana appalling,
Sbwins MicBiNss. Now that odd weather
is approaching, remember that the most relia
ble of all sewing maohlnes for family sewing,
is Ladd, Webiter & Co.'s. ' Because first, it
forms a perfectly even and uniform stitch upon
both sides of tho fabric Second, it will sew
heavy goods with linen thread. Third, it is
perfeotly simple in oonstruotion,and loss liable
to get out of order than any other maohine,
Fourth, it is warranted in every particular.
We invite the attention of all to examine it be
fore purchasing elsewhere. First Premium
awarded at the Kentuoky State Pair. d. C.
KNimif & Co., No. ti West fourth-street, Cin
cinnati, Ohio.
A Fast Young Man. Chief of Police Wil
son received a telegram from Louisville, about
two o'clook yesterday morning, announcing
that Henry Shafer, son of Conrad Shafer,
of that city, had absoonded, taking - with
him $470. Officers Lippencott and Leon
ard were. .'dispatched to meet the 7:10
trais. ., They went to the turn-table, boarded
the oars, ana on arriving at the depot of the
Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, arrested young
Shafer. He was conveyed to the Ninth-street
Station-bouse, and searched, when the money
was found on his person. He will be retained
in custody for orders from Louisville.
Dilano, G088AG! & Cdtlir. We rofor our
readers to the announcement of the above firm,
in another column, of their elegant display of
dress silks and robes. Their goods are of su
perior quality, and in style and material can
not fail to attraot attention. Their shawls,
cloaks, opera-hoods, linen and woolen-goods,
will suit the most fastidious. Ladies will
please remember that this temple of fashion is
No. 74 west 1 ourtn-street. .
Mas Shot. A party of men made an at
tempt to entor the house of Mrs. Julia Dye,
on William-street, between Elm and Plum,'
about two o'clook yesterday morning, when
she hoisted the window and fired into the
crowd. The ball took effect in the right
eroin ot a man naineajonn iieistnp, wound
lug mill severely. iuin. uyv nun arrwwu,
and will have a hearing to-day in the Police
Court.
Frit's Hotel. This house, under the man
element of Mr. Fred. Pfeiffer, as proprietor.
and Dr. Alexander as elerk, was Inaugurated
last Saturday evening. A large number of
invited guests were present and partook of a
handiome supper ana other refreshments. A
good time was had generally. May the new
proprietor meet with that success he riohly
merits. , v ' ,
' '
CoUktt Comhissionebs' Owice. The Board
of Commissioners passed orders Saturday
amounting in the aggregate to $-183,04, of
whioh SZ69 was to U. W, isanker, for exoava
Hon and house cleaning at the new Lunatic
Asylum, and the balanoe for sundries. Three
prisoners James Ryan. Johanna Ilocan and
Violotta Vane were discharged from jail for
want of means to pay fines and costs. . j
AcciDgXT. A laborer, named George Harrl
cote, was severely injured, Saturday forenoon
by the falling of a piece of timber from a build
ing in oourse of erection on Elm-street, near
Ureen. His wounds were dressed by Dr. iia
ker, and fears are entertained that hit skull is
fractured, - .
UOAitDiNO-nousB HOBBED. Several rooms
In a boarding-house on Second-street, between
Lawrence and Ludlow, was entered, Saturday
morning, and robbed of money and clothing to
the value of $100. ine proprietor suspeotg
mart witn wnom ne naa naa atmouity.
Cas hot Pass Ovib. In eonsequenos of
deficiency in the grading at the curve of the
Cincinnati Street Kailroad, at Seitier't cross
ing, corner of Ninth and Western-row, the oars
could not pais over yesterday.
Rorbiit. During the excitement of an ar
rest Saturday afternoon, Mr. McBride, who
keeps a store on Western-row near Sixth
street, left his store for a short time, when a
thief entered and robbed his mossy drawer of
jfweti dollars. ,
INKLINGS.
A drayman namod David Tobias had his
foot severely mashed near the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Depot, Satur
afternoon by his Jray,which was heavily
laden, tmsnlrjg over it. Tfils is the second
time within a year that the same foot m
maehed. - - --
Tim. Leary and Henry Puthoff, for knock
ing down and robbing a man near Hunt and
Broadway, some sights since, were held in
bonds of $500 each by Judge Lowe, Saturday,
to sniffer the charge at the Court of Common
Picas. ''; ' "
Edward O'Brien was arralgned
'
f
A man ISt
before Judge Lowe, ou 5tardByJ DW"
fliarge ft Mag .off j Palrlok, sa
He was held in SO. of 130 to aniwef the
oharge at the Court of Comiuou rifM . ,
A little mrl. dauchterof Mr. James FlinchT
who resides on the corner of Vine and Columbia-streets,
was run over Saturday afternoon
y a two-horse carriage, on vine-streei, noor
.on worth, and seriously injured.
Michael Bvan. tit keeelng a disorderly
house, near the Cincinnati, HamiUon ftnd IJajr
ton Railroad depot, was fined $10 and costs by
Judge Lowe, Saturday. This case has been
continued for some time past.
Daniel Moffit was arrested in a house of ill-
fame, kept by Anna Richmond, on Plum-street,
yesterday morning, for assaulting one of the
lutUBWB. 119 gave uau iur ut. if fwiMuvv
the Police Court this morning.
Emma Pross. for an assault and battery on
Anna Eaganatrlklng her with ehair was
sent to the county Jail by Judge Lowe, lat Sat
urday, for ten days, to be led on oreaa ana
water.
Attentldn is called to the advertisement In
the " for sale" column, of a traot of twenty-
eight and a half acres of land, sltdated near
Milford.
Marv Butler was locked urt in the Ham
mond-street Station-house, yesterday, charged
with stealing a basket of marketing from, a
drunken man, Saturday night.
A susnioious individual, named George Lee,
was caught with a lot of olothlng yesterday,
supposed to have been stolen. He is confined
in tne uammona-street btauon-noase.
A young lady, named Allison, had her arm
badlv mashed bv being oaughtin the machinery
at the Colton Mill, corner of Third and Smith-
streets, last Saturday,
The alarm of fire Saturday morning was
caused by the burning of an old frame tene
ment, on Sixth-street, below Harriet, owned
by Mr. Jesse Sparks
- James and Margaret Callahan, man and
wife, were sent to the City Prison Saturday,
by Judge Lowe, lor tea days eacn, on
charge of drunkenness.
The Cincinnati Street Railroad oar done
heavy bulsness yesterday. There was ;
average o f thirty persons aboard eaoh trip.
' Forty-eight marriage licenses were Issued in
the .Probate Uourt, last ween.
Chief of Police Wilson, with a pone of police,
left the oity last Saturday for the 8U Louis
iatr.-
Rev. Mr. Boyntos preached to a large au
dlenoe in Pike's Opera-house, yesterday.
Wm. Armstrong, charged in the Police Court,
last Saturday, with adultery, was dismissed.
Cnv Exi'bnbkb. The following expenses for
the oity government for the month of October,
have been submitted to the Finance Committee
of the Citv Counoll by the City Auditor, as re
ported to him by the heads of different de
partments: '
Polioe Department Fund .H..U.. M
Superior Court Fund... m.
Fire Department Vund.M....NM......M....
t8,4l 00
. 992 UU
, 6,310 00
.. t3,.M6 ee
interest unu.,
Board of Oity Improvements
Wharf Master and BegUter...-........
7,810 00
, 1M 83
.131 00
Markets
Mavor'a Office .a...Mn
2U..H
Oitv Auditor's Office....
m 68
350 00
. K 66
3II 68
477 67
- 803 33
1,830 00
(00 00
OUO 00
60 00
Jity Treasurer's Office
i;ity soiiciiot'b umou m..
City Council and Clerk's Otftce....
Oity Civil Engineer's 0fn.ee....
Police Court
City Marshal's Oftloe
City Prison (by Committee)
City Printing.
utty jstuiuings
Total .....$7t,46 7
There will be needed to meet the expendi
tures in October next, and not now in the
City Treasury, for the waton r unu, sjv,uu,
Pbison. Jail asd Hospital. In the City
Prison, at the close of the week, there were 151
prisoners, 66 of them females, against 137 the
previoua week. During tbe past week oy (iris
oners were atsonargea. ...
In the County J ail there were 9 lunatics ;
females: son bread ana water; itoacuain
gang; 80 in main jail 155 in alii against 158
the previous week. . , , ' " " '
In the CUV rrison were were oo.ioooiveu
9 discharged, and 1 died. There are at pros
ant 1.11 rnmainintr.
At the Commercial Uosnltal. i persons were
admitted during the week 5 41 discharged;
born and 1 died Ann Uailev. James Jt. uray
Steward Mackeral, and a child four months
old. named Catherine Fltzpatrick.
In the Hospital last evening, m patients
were under treatment, against 135 the previous
week.
At the close of the oast week there were but
two cases of small-pox in tne rosc-nouse,
jJ-The followinfc is a list of letters v.1
tat nod for non-payment of postage at the
I'OBtottioe, in tfiis oity, beptemoer 21: , ,
Mrs. Frances R. lacy, Athens, 0, '
A. P.Johnston, Cape Girardeau, Mo. ,
JaineaMcLain, Pittsburg, Pcnn. .
D. Budy A Co., Henderson, Ky.
D. Duhme, Seymour, Ind.
Mra. Mary Ketchum Botts, Cleveland, 0.
Wood Krrlnger, rniinaeipnin.
K. H. Cheotham, West Liberty, 0.
Vt. J. m. Lewis, uinsoorougn, u.
John T. Cowen, Makawad, Sandwich Islands,
Morton HcOullough, Mountain Slip, Penn. .
Burial op Mr. Chas. Snyder. The remains
of Mr. Chas Snyder were followed to their last
resting place yesterday afternoon by a large
number or persons. An tne procession
noticed the following Orders: Odd Fellows,
Good Fellows; Bed Men, American Protestant
Association, German Relief Society, and a mil
itary oompany, together with fifty-two ear-,
riages, filled with friends of the deceased.
funeral procession was ono of the largest
ever witnessed. Mr. S. was a member of
Lutheran. Church, and was interred at their
burying ground on Walnut Hills.
1 i . - 1 1
Who IsihbHcsbahdV The Postmaster it
TinssBSBion of two letters mailed to him, under
cover, from Boston, with the following ad-
... , . . 1 1. ,n
dress, written unaer a pnotogjrapii uaeneaa
of a handsome woman and a nice-looking lit
tle girl about three years old:
"To tbe gentleman, name not known who Is hus
band to tbe lady whose photograph is placed ahove
tu be dollveredto him, and to no one else: Cincinnati,
Ohio."
The Postmaster desires the husband to call
and get them. -' '
ty Meteorological observations for
Pbmkv PBiSekby Henry Ware, Optician,
7 West Fourth-street, September 24, 1859.
O'clock.
7 A. M.
Barometer. Thermometer.
n.ii
II M
M.JO . . . t :
61'. M.
MtMlvV.47
' SokdaY, September
.......29. .12
19.4
7 A Mlsntttt4Hsa
12 M -
6 P. M..
, 20.44 ' 1 !'
pgr Stewart Malkerel, who was run over
by the cars near Glendale, (noticed in
Pates as Mr. Stewart,) is dead. He died
eight e'olook on Saturday evening last.
was twenty-four years of age, and leaves
wife and two children.
prO. W. MackeIfresh,No.294 West Fifth
street, has a stock of superior stoves on hand,
which oan not fail to suit those desiring an
of that kind. . Also, tin, sheet-Iron, tine
ware and roofing material, constantly supplied
to our eltitem. Give him a cell.
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
Stjhbiwi. The trial of Deoms Riohards, a
colored man, indicted for stabbing with intent to kill
Alfred Helmsjirogresseil before Judge Mailon. Blcli-
rda had a difficulty with the wife of Helmu, and the
atUir.baving a heavy whip in hi. hand, (Met Richards
oatheSth of July,-at Mount Plewatit, uoa struck
him with it, aeon which tbe latter drew a knife.
When the quarrel endod, Holms found he had re
cel'ed four stabs. . - ...
Ihejnry fonnda verdict of guilty on the second
count stabbing With latent to wound.
Pi8caKB. The Grand Jury having failed to re-
Sort an Indictment egaiust Btlttler, twenty-two
ays In confinement on a charge of asntoH and bat
tery, the Court ordered that be be discharged,
bad
and
An
NEWPORT NEWS.
Iftibsorlptlot)! advertjsemerita and wmrounlca
tlonTaddreaied for
l( IB "fnm JUpoiUr." Boa 89, wlU
bo.attended to. J ,
utiuinn Ws Sriso Dividkd W FaiX'-?
Sotuoi'fTWfltj.B. . Spellman.of Alexandria, and
Miss sue a.. wTOn ,.w, ttui.niu. ,;LT'
night last an occurrebie foo.)t place at Alexandria,
which, being of a romantic iia(tn-(we give for the
benefit of the participants therein WnJotfrreadere
'Tt'mpears that the Br, and Mies Blackburn loved'
each other, but were rather loth to leave the state of
single blessedness, ur. o. loven tne yuuun iiw j
gently and devotedly, and, in return, wagthe poe
sessof f the fair belng'seurcet affection. They knevi
uofithy iliey had.waited, but knew they had beer
waiting for some ttmi, (
lady with a part; M Ms
County ra!.". held near AH
ling lor Huyi, "a rnuj m., jwe
r with a par J bt UVVhL SSmJS
lover. vVbile tbero the JUr. ffkd ; her,, 2t;after
usual recognition ce.mony, prop'erl ( rtroM
ch was acquiesced to I.ytm lady. Wbhf t"l
ner
the
between tliem during their walk, it not known : btlt
pfcnaratlons wore Immediately made for a wedding
up their return. Justaanlgnt naa cast ner
form o'er mother earth, the parson was sent for to
perrorm the cremony, wnicn waa 10 mo
residence of the bridegroom's mother. ....
The house was crowded with the friends of the two.
abouttobedlmlnlnlehed to one. The minister ar-
rived, ana in a lew ninuiei tmiuiius .
flounced ready. A name, a sllewce, then the voice of
the minister was heard alowly and aolemnly a few
moments passed and the lovlngconple were pro
noimcedman and wife. Then followed eewne of
merrhnent end enjoyment, in which a I participated.
We wish the Doctor and bis lair bride a pleaeaat
Pneythroughllfelnth
fort ann conic ..m .u-i v .
they are
"Twd sobls with Lift a single tnougui;
Two heacta that beat as one;"
Campsml Countt Fair. The
Campbell
County fair closed on pararoay m-..
ble to procure the premiums awarded on , tbe
except for riding." We unrie.Jtanu inai w -
considerable competition for the suTf ' up: .'"Jit
awarded to the gentleman displaying tht t'."01.
mankhtn. r,.nrtAen nr flflMn r.nntnnrlina' for
! III. IU Clll. . , . . .
nrite. wnicn was nnanycarrieaon oy vrauer iwo.
of Newport. M Us Sallle Winters, over fourteen yeara
of ago, and Mils Emma Oosney, under fourteen, re
ceived the prizes awarded to the ladles. Tbe follow
ing are tne premiums awarueu tne mira auu loifnu
days! , ..
f
to-moitcw.
nut-streets,
80
THIRD DAY.
H Anni.a Atilltoms. Fohr vejr.ni old and over. J. B.
Bradford, $10; throe years and tinder four, Joseph
Ingtos,$S; two years and under three. T.O. Wilson,
$7; one yoar and under two, Samuel Molntosh,
under one year, John W. Slovens, fi four years and
over, B. B. Camoron, 810; three vearsand under four,
J.J oteveus, 90, two years anu unaer miw, 1. u.
Daniel, J"; one year and ntidor two. Samuel Mela
tosh, 8; under one year, Dr. Gale, J3.
Bappls GaLniKus. lfour years and over, C. T. Al
len, $10; three years and under four, A.J. Tarven,
til two yeaia and under three, J. W. Bayers, $7.
rlARNKBB BTAtLioHB. i our yeara aau over, iu. it pu-
ster,$IO; three years and under four, A . mardefl, ay;
two years add under three, A. Conner, 17; one year
and under two, A. M. Hume, 96; under one year, A.
MHams if ABits. Four yews and over, 8. It. Hays,
$10; three years and under four, J. K. Williams, ti;
two years and under three. J. K. Williams, 97; one
ear aua uauer two, ur. uato, 9?, uuuer ouo year, .
lorln, $.
Inn Ft ARMRsa llaT.niKns. rmlr v.ara and Over.
H.mii.1 Mnlrien.gtO: thre.vMn.Ar.il under four. K.
r. Deianey. se; two yeara ana usuer rnroe, j. .1,
W hitman, J7; one year and under two, Joseph I'ar-
aer.je. . ,
hatch jnABas. ui every age, j nos. jones, viu.
to
FOURTH DAY.
Davt8talliOX8. Beat stallion. J. ,J. lltes, SlO: two
rears and nuder three, B. Ooeue, $7; one yoar and un
der two, James Thomitson,!; under ono year, K. I).
Bpaioou,?.,.
iini.T ni AHKri. vui r VAflr. ana over. n. 1. uouu
more, $10; three yoars and under four. A. Willis, Jiij
two tears and under three. L. a. W MU). 97: one year
anil under two, Peter 2okuu, 6; under one, J.
Drift Geloino. Four years and over, John Friar,
(10; tbree years anil under four, Joseph Barker, $6;
two years and under three. JatuesAcklln, $7.
Droop Mases. Best with or without colt, A. M.
Tr.tmA. Sin.
wn.r. M
SwESpaTAKts.-Stalllons for all purposes, Nicholas
Webster, $10; mares for all purposes, A. M. Hnme,
$10; Ueldingaforsll purposes, Robert Caldwell, New
port, 910.
.. Best TsoTTaa.-Two entries; A. D. Stually took
premium, 810.
'AITINO B1ATCII. A. At. flDIUT. IU.
Display or Horpkmanhiip. By gent over fourtcon ,
James M. Casey, silver oup.
Tin attendance was not so large as It would
otherwise, have been, had the weather been more fa'
vorable; still, there was no reason for complaint.
HgM-Roosr Robbkd. Some thief and he
must have been the moanent of his class, for no oth
ers will rob hen-roosts stole about thirty chickens
from Captain B. Loiran, onSatiirdaynight last, leav
ing out two, anu moy small ones, wo nave always
had ahiih oninlon of our thieves, believed tbem as
honorable as their profession woul'1 admit, and we
still believe that they are. We think any man that
haa a capacity for the amount of meanness requisite
for a chicken-thief, must certainly reside either In
Cincinnati or some other of our eurburbs,
' The steamboat Judge McClure was sold on
Saturday last by Sheriff Bolm, aaadvertisod. Messrs.
Casey, flyno A Co. were the successful bidders; tbe
price fixed being $4,803. The Jamestown ferrv-boat
was likewise sold on the satpe day to Messrs, Walker
Myers, .01 xtewittcumonu.lorymi,
. Edward Doyle was yesterday held to bail
id tne sum ?iuu, on a peace warrant, ny 'squire i-ayne,
MONETARY.
SATURDAY, September 24—3 P. M.
0
we
The week past haa been uncommonly close
in financial matters, although there was evidently a
bett'r feeling on the street than the previous week,
yet Currency was in active demand, nnd regular de
positors offered more good Paper of short date than
could lie credited by tho regular Discount-houses.
Good A No. 1 names could not be disposed of at less
rate than I012 per cent., the latter figure being the
ruling rats. Outside ratea 15(2118 per cent. Offerings
very heavy. Our merchants continue to complain of
the great difficulty in making collections from the
interior. . . .
, Kastern Exchange baa been very scarce during the
entire week. The result waa that to-day the rate was
advanced to premium selling; buying at ii pram
All the Bankers were anxious to purobaee at
nrin..
and in a few instance they purchased
nurcnaaecl 01 tne
of their neigh-
bora at the selling rate.
The market waa active to.dav and closed firm.
Kastern Exchange in Chicago 2 per rent, paninni.
Kastern Kxohange in St. Louis H per cerft.; very
firm. . ' " , ' , " 1
Kastern Exchange ia Louisville ? per cent., for
Kentucky Money.
Knntor.o Kxchantre In Hemnhls M.
Gold hrm at W cents per hundred buying rate; bell
ing at premium.
ne'
ew Orleans Exchange H discount buying rate;
selling at J5; premium.
No change in uncurrent Money or Land Warrants.
Bnsinesaon Third-street has been good during the
past week.
new tuunriKii Kris.d,i.u tue UDiuiju jjuuii,
cester, Unas., altered, vlg. wagons loaded with
bales 2 and bust of sailor 2 and man plowing.
tereu. Vig, female, shield, building, Ac 10 on right
end, ana iu on leu ena portrait oecween me signa
ge, on the Manufacturers' Bank of Troy, N. Y., al.
lore... lis, opir u. iub 1MU.., ou, ui.dvw. ..J.V..
flenre5,and female seated on right end S, die, sad
rivfjon leitenu.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
SATURDAY EVENING, September 24, 1859.
1 .
in
.
lit
tle call
the
Mo.
64
74
W
.
M
74
M
over
the
at
He
' FLOl'B The market is without essential change.
The demand is moderate and holders very arm. The
sales were MO brla. at ft 94 70 for superfine, and
tlSOJMfor extra. 3,390 brla. were received the last
twenty-four hours.
WHISKV-The demand continuos active, with
sales ofliObrls. at MH($Ua., tho latter rate fur
wagon, being an advance of )o. ... .
PROVlHlONS-MessPork waa hew at sit 7X9U
and Bacon at 7IMi
VWc. which, being above the liih its
Of orders, stoppei
business, and the transaction.! were
conBnul to ISO brls. country mess Pork at SH iM); 100
do. do. rump at $10. and 10 hhds. Bacon shoulders at
7c. Bulk Meat is held at ma. Lord advanced,
with sales of (otiorces head at IVic.
thesame, ana w do. ao. at lu.'sceaito.
WI1KAT The market was rather alirfer to-dav-,
though prices are not qtiotably higher: sales 7M huah.
prime white at 1 10: 6U0 do. in Covington ot tl AT;
MO do. red at $1; SOU do. good white at tl 05, and Sou
do. fair red at OSc. , ,
CORN The market Is arm, with a good demand at
7Se. for fair mixed. ,
Ti;-Saloe SOD bush, at 75c. Market firm; demand
bBARI.BY A moderate demand for prime fall at
73o.,dellvered.
OATS A good demand at VtX.nc. Holders guncr
ally asking 19c. Ko traneactlous reported.
CHEKtiBi. Bales 300 boxes prime Western Reserve
at alio. Market Arm.
HOPB-New Eastern are held at l.W. ,
OIL-Salesof20brla. Linseed at 67c, and 73 do. at
35c
GROCERIES The market continue unite firm at
very full prires: sales of 100 bhila. Sugar at a7Xo.;
100 brls. Molasses at 37Ko. In the small war 33. 1"
obtained. Coffee Is firm at 1IW,12'0., with a good
demand In tho regular way.
RICE-Tlie market is dull at t.HitVc
Steamboat Register.
at
tide '
AlHtvAia Dunleitb, Maysvlllo; Wenons, Btadi.
son; Oonewago, Cairo; Superior, Louisville; Dostona,
Portsmouth; J. B. Pord, Wheeling; Orb, Loulsvllla:
Jacob Strader, Sock.
Dsr-ARTuiaa.-Orb, Pittsburg; Emma, Pltlaburr,
Ohio Ne. S. Marietta: Dnnlelth, Mayaville; Wenona,
Mutlann: Hnixirlor. Lonlavllle: Doatona. Portsmontli:
titshugh, Memphis; Julia Koao., Kw Orleans,
,B,Iord,I.OUlsr
vine.
1
COVINGTON NEWS.
thankfully received. AddrMi
' Preas Beporter,"
Bom it, Covington, Ky.) . . r
7
A Woman Bkati;. A.nutn,, named J.aok
Williams, was nrreHted on complaint of a woman of
reoute. on cliarae of teal Inn her. She ears lie
another man seized her while going along tbn
atreet, about two .o'clock yesterday morning, and
lieU her, while the other leather seTerely, Hbecnr
rlee numerous marks of lU-treatmsnt usonberper
eon. Williams protests that he found herumnk.and .
merely picked her up and moved her out of. danger.
investigation wilt take place this morning.
l&t'k. fight occurred on Second-street, on
Pafiinlay night, between Patrick Terney and Kd.
ward Coloron, In which tbe latter waa severely hurt. -
were arrested by Deputy Marshal Biff.
PoLtci Court Thomas Herron, for ex
posing hie person, waa fined S. 70. James UoDinson,
beating his wife, t9 30, on Saturday morniug.
E6TThere ware thirty deeds, eight mort-
agea and three releasee recorded, and six marriage
ieenses granted, last week, by the County Court.
"Don't forget the Kenton County Fair
tf-.Vf-T'b.a Cadets did not rjarsde the streets
Soturdav morning, bnt were drilled In tactics at
tberr armory
naMJatterson. Not. 115 Main and 197 Wal
is just in receipt of an excellent.
supply of cigars, cliewing ana snoxtng tooaooo.
Drop in and see urn.
Escavk. One of the colored lunatics" at the
County Jail escaped on Saturday. Be was re
taken, alter a snort cnase.
J
w
'
HOME INTEREST.'
W8. H. Porvln, Advertlilsa Agent, No.
West Fourth-street. "' ' '
AWDagaerrean Gallery, gouth-vreat cor
ner of Sixth and Wetm-row, over Hannaford's
drag store. Pictures taken and put In good cases tor
twenty cents. Warranted to please." - , '
.
The California Trade.
With the departure of the last California
steamer is closed the arrangements for travel
on that route, which have hitherto existed
between the United States Mail line, and the
Pacific Mail line of steamers. Hereafter,
sharp war is to be carried on by two organ
izations of immense wealth, experience and
backbone in steamship handling, .
y'derbilt, M. 0. Roberts and. Garrison
have conso.:.1"11 t?a-,wea
business of ths v2 State Mail steamsbip
line, with all its steau'.-P!i often
fixtures, which they win c.a"y'
on the most deadly, competition. wU the
Norm Atlantio Htearasmp uoinpany ana
cifio Mail Company combined. The latter
have the steamers Adriatic, mute ana Atianm
fight with on this side, and a fleet of good
and poor steamers on the Pad no tide. Xboy
have changed their cilice to-the pier foot of
Canal-street, which is hereailef t oe used by
that line.
The Vandorbilt Company has thff wail
contract (of $187,000,) and its departures Will
be on the 5th and ZOtn or eacn inontn, as
heretofore. The line on this side will be the
new iron steamship Champion, Capt. Fletcher;
the. North. Star and or litem Liam. ADO
Qnnada. Philadehhia and A7mitr Ctlg will
probably perform the service between New
York and Sew Orleans, connecting at Ha
vana as at present The steamers Mum jay
tor, Star of the Wtt and Illinoit, will be laid
up for the time being. The mails will be
carried via Aspinwall till the Niagara route
is opened, wnicn win do in me course 01 a
low months. The mail contract obliges them
to do the service in at nuick a time at it made
by my other line A'eu) York Time. , " "
.
Railroad Accident in the Northern Part
of This State.
We quote ftoin our "Extra" of yesterday
ths following brief account of railroad acoi
dent. ' A portion of the passengers same to
this city in yesterday morning's train. Their
baggage had been so scattered about, and the
cheoks so displaced, as to cause considerable
confusion. It is expeoted the missing baggage
will be brought down to-day. ' ' .;
The train leaving Pittsburg on Saturday
morning for Cleveland, on reaching a point
near Industry, thirty-five miles from Pitts
burg, ran into a " wash " caused by recent
rains, throwing the train off . the track over
on embankment of twenty feet, upsetting
the engine, baggage nnd express cars, killing
the engineer immediately, he sticking to his
post instead of escaping by jumping off the
engine. The baggage master and express
messenger were soriously wounded.. The
passengers were not injured. ; r
Fatal Casualty at Madison, Ind.
We made the following melancholy - announcement
in our extra of yesterday..' . .
Nellie Strader, daughter of Captain S.
8 trader, of Madison, Ind., was, on Friday
afternoon, driving in the streets her favorite
noncv. attached to a bueev. in which wore
her two little sisters, one of the couplings of
the shafts to the axle baving given way,
caused the nonev to make a dunce. .
Miss iNeiiie jumpoaoti to regulate it, out
fell and one 01 tne wheels struck her on tne
back of tho head, killing her almost instantly!
Her father and brothers were in New Al-
banyBer mother had just saluted her on
nassicna square from the accident. She
was the niece of Captain Jacob Strader of
this city.
Country Fairs this Month.
The people should profitably improve, in
their respective local ities, their county fairs.
The following are to be held this month: . ',
Belmont.... St. Clalrsrllle 27-24
Highland Hillsborough 27-29
i.reen...M
Medina
Lucas
Clermont
Champaign......... ...
Adams
Tuscarawas
Geauga (Free)
Columbiana.
Seneca
Fulton
Defiance
Union
. Xenia 27-29
, Med na
27-28
. Toledo
. Ollva Branch .... ..,
. TJrbana
. West Union
. Canal Dover
. Chardon
. New Lisbon
. Tlftln
, Uttokee
Defiance
,. Marvsville
,. (Jircleville
.. 27-29
.. 27-30
27-30
.27-30
.. SS-30
.. 2S-S0
.. 23-30
.. 2S-30
.. 23-30
.. 2S-30
.. 28-30
Pickaway.
Ottawa....
Knox
Putnam ...
28-30
,. Port Clinton
.. Mt, Vernon.
.. Ottowa.........
28-30
28-30
29-30
11
I
Anecdote or Sauoxnt S. PaimiBflThe
late S. 8. Prentiss had soaroely made his bril
liant deiul at the Yicksburg bar. before a rlai
waa set on foot to get him out of the way. . It
was arranged that a norson who, having been
born and educated a sentleman. had thrown
himself away aid was fast becoming a tot, bat
who was withal a eapital marksman, should
perform this service for the community. Els
second bore the challenge. Preatiss quietly
read it, and stated that he would answer it at
his own time nnd in his own wny. Selecting
one of his best shirts, be dispatched it by his
body servant, with the following note: "Sir
I aooept your ohallenge, bat witn one proviso
that you appear on the ground tn tbe aooom
pan j ing piece 01 raiment, as it is Impossible
for me to fight any one who does not observe
tbe externals of a gentleman." The gentle
man withdrew the ohallenge, hut kept the
sniru jsmwm toti. a..
Thb V-and-I-Tabjans. We announced Te.
oently the formation of a new sect called, by
the above name; we have since learned from
the founder that its device is to be E-plmibn4-
U-ana-J-nutn, :, . . l a
Vass Bawl Cms. A number of young man
in New York have organited themselves into
a olub for the practice of bass singing during
the next Presidential campaign. : '
Js J, BUTLER'S
Eicelsior Fluid' Inks.
ManoflMtery, an Via M. H
AUCTION SALES.
TtHctiH. By gET.Tiflffflfc,
. WILLIAMS, Sale-rooms 72 and M 1
traet. CooUiraM gooda at Aotlen.--0 TJJS8.IA.r
MOitMINO, 8ept.f7, at o'clock, will be sold thal I -..I r
,iwolalDadexf ef Adams' Xxpnes Oompaay.oe-" .1 ....
UUng 01 over nve nnaareo atuereat pao
A DCTION
8A1.E-BY H. 8.' MILES V i
aaVJH m VV.f DniO'IWIUIBl Al U H lSfl-V I J U'wv-
ries. Boots rod Shoes at Auctlen.-Oa THVJBSDAT
MOBNINO, Heptembsr X, at o'clock, a general' ' '
variety of staple Groceries. Glaneware, Paper, e. -ALSO
Boot! , Shoes and Brogana. .
eepM H, B. M1LB8 A 00., Anctioneers.
AB M. ll, aa.l. .m Uv M W.ln-arwvakawl-Jlwwaw.
AUCTIONS Af.' f?-B Y JACOB. A
OBArr (Jo;-Sakvra Kb. 18 BaatJJturiki lJ
street.-Very desirable Bnsinaee JEtJt.YS'fk''
strut, between Third, and Koarth. 0DAlf AST
TSUNOON, September jtfwillbeaold at AoeUeah,..,
the premises, at half part three o'clock, that valtt- 1
ble lot en the east side of Walrjit-etreet, betweej '
bird and gourtti, anatne anmi .rai
the new Masonic Temple, being H J""
alnnt-etreet. by 100 feet to an aiiey. un ip.ki
.. u. .. i-.in. walntit. a verr lam ' '
Brick bulldloabeckof tlieStores, AndaBrkkBelld- ' .
Ing on tne alley. . , x . . , ',
Terms of saie-One finirth cash, balance In cue, "
two, three and four yoars, with per cent. Internet, '''!
secured by ortgti on lh iiniae.1,Iltlegod.
SepjC . , , ,
AUCTION !TAIiBrU.BY THOMAS
JOHNSTON, In lfales-rooms,Ho;Malntr5t. , . ;,
belew Third .-Large asd foistive Sale of Dry Goods.
Merchant Tailors' and OlothieH'GHvtlaps,.."
Ac, at Anction.-TUiT.SDAY MORNING. September
commencing at 9X o'clock. .WlU -be aold wttllou
reserve, in catalogue form, 4W lota of very dalmle
Fall and Winter Dry Goods, among whioh sue the
best brands of Prints, Bleached and Tttrpwn Muallns.
Tickings, Apron Checks, Hickory Shlctlngt, Fl- ,.
nels. Ginghams, Ac. . . , 1
ALSU-Larga and valuable stock of extra Bne)
Cloths, do. Black Doeskin and ifaney Caaii meres. ' .-' '
super Seal Skin and Beaver Overcoatings, Satinets,
Serges, Oanvas, Llninga,A. .. , L ,
ALSO A large Invceof BlehDreMfooda.Bhskwt'
Mohair I.uitere, Comforts, Hoods, Buck and Beaver 1
Gloves, Country Socks, ao.
ALSOA large lot or line Tndershlrts and Drawers 1
Wool Jackets, flne Linen Shirts, Umbrellas, Ac.
AL80-1W pairs Kibbon-bonnd Blankets; IMpelrs ' "
Gray Blankets; 20 caaea Men's Heavy Boots.
sep2
THOS. JOHNSTON, Anetlonew.
MISCELLANEOUS. ' '
FALL AND ' WINTER
DRY GOODS,
DAY & 1IATUCK,
80 Pedrl-strt, ;.
Have now In store a large and select atook of BT-A .'
PL1 and FANOT DBT GOODS, whioh, Ibrsattaot
and variety, Is unsurpassed, Tht: .
A large and general stock of DomexMc
- Woolen and Cotton Good.
A splendid Line of very rich Dresa Ctoodi,
In Bilks, Delilne. Merlnooa, and other
fabric of newtvrt itylee., ' ' ..... r '
Cloths, Casslmeree Md Teetlnffw, lv,
large assortment.'';,r;vi;(i;;;;r t
A complete stock of WWteiio4, Btn
hrolderies and'iM"3tlt. of dor
. own Importation. , .' . "
A. very extensive lock of Fancy and
Variety Goods, Shawls, Hosiery,
Cloves, Ac. , r-. ,:-t
mr We shall be in dally receipt of all sew an de
sirable Goods during ths season, and desire) to be
plaeed In competition with any beats, Bast or West,
by an examination efonrstoesr. n eepAtan .
GO AND HEAR PBOF. HOBBaV ,
Clarion Solo
AT PALACE GARDEN TO-SIOHT.
BEMOVAL,
THE FIRM OF "
SPRAGUB & CO.
BAYS OPKNHD IN THilR ' . .' ,
N e -w st pre.
South-east Cor. Fourth and Vino, ; -
THURSDAY 8TII INST
w-arriTig
THE
IK8X Si
IAEGGT AMD
W i PBKTT1K8X stock of Goods ft1 MMr
WXAB ever offered la Olnolnnatl. .
l! - 1
if.
TBS BTOOK 0T
:' , ,; f ' .t V . 1 1 , V
PIE O E G O O I) S,
1 1 r 1 . . t . .
To make np to Measmrt, wHl be large aad varied.
Wsbavoa
New Corps of OutWre
From New York and Philadelphia, who proojas te
understand the art of Cutting Stylish (hamuntt to
order.
MT For past favors we retgrjs many iBaoss, ana
bops to merit future patronage. Trnrjr,
SPRAGUE & CO.
. V sep7-tf 1 " " '." ' '' .
YANKEE SONGS AND DANCES
' ' -AT-.' ' '"
PALACE GARDEN ONLY TBS CBKT8.
SIX CFNTS WILL, PAY FORTHE
PENNY PRESS ONE WEEK.
REMOVAL.
' H , . ;i
CARPETS at COST
;,f 1 '-i..-t r
awsssasaasawaw g
I WILL BBMOVB TO MI IlIT IT61LB, BtiDJ ,
Pike's Opera-house,
ON tBw-
FIRST OF OCTOBER,
AND OrriB MI PBESBNT ITOOK AT . ',
Greatly Reduied Pricw.
HENRY FALL8,
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