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WANTED.
; rrr- -
m-MT iwtvn BTTiTATTfiv Ttw a Tonne
man who can give unexceptionable referencea,
a situation as assistant book-keeper, or MOopying
Vvlerk la a feiooctablo business. Salary roasouable.
Address SVTHKLBKRT i. DUNSTOrf, Hamilton,
, Butl.r County, 0 giving real name and ominous.
ill T aepM-d-j
nsty, 0., glvi
-t -
yiKTANTED .INFORMATION Of Eldo-
w V retta Thompson, aged 10 years, who formerly
mod wit" Mr. Cansaily, on (Jeorge-itrnet, between
Wound and Cutter. Any information left for "W.,"
Ht thlt office, will be thankfully received by her
mother. . , . sepM-a
A lady who
un1 tiavwl. txiarirtsi in
occupy pnrl -of her i'mo in copying. Work intruiitad
WANTED COPYING .
writes a good, Uc, ronni
5cr"jubw'.'l and prouiptijr done. Address "D.
Ji&HJLeD".y Proas office. sepM-h
i "V'AKTED AGENT8 Reliable agents
Wv In nv.rv eit ftnrl .UlnirA In th. TTnlted HtAtfli.
lHalary $11111 per month; conditionally, $20 capital re-
auired. Mir pnrtlculnrs aildrnss (stamp lociosen;
uoaerai luloruntlon Agency, no. 382 wesiern-riiw.
wpm-tf ' A. P. CARBON CO. .
mm ANTED ROOM A furnished room
for a single gentleman, without board. Ad
dress "11.," at tilts office ep28-b
A17 ANTED BOY A smart, stout boy at
i ! ;?7 CftdDniaJBhadfii,TOVlne-treet. epW-b
i "VSTaNIED GIRL A girl to do general
. II
Hi HopIttoH-Htreot.. None need apply but sucta ancan
vume well recomuienueo. pepjo-
w
ANTED TO NURSE A child to
mine by a respectable lady who has just lost
Jonn-airoet, netveen
her child. Inquire at
rourtliauu nun.
140
sepSRb
XT ANTED 200 MEN Who wants work?
TV flnpkn. median lea. waiters, ttnrtnf.. liar-
VeeperB, hostlers, teamsters, men usod to country
Tn. Also, a larxe number of female sorvan Is for
cooks, dining-room, chamber and nurse girls, und
gtrls lor general housework, in cltv mi country.
All in want of work nre invited to Dull oarly ahd they
may have their wants suppled, at bUr oltico. No. 382
Western-row. Our terms turj o very moderate that
pn niuiiij avvmg wg services oi our agency.
ep27-dt A. P. 0AB80N ft CO.
"VAK'TED AGENTS First-olass agents
vrilh 835 cash capital, to travel in and for
n ronpecinuie nusiness, !f par montn ana rii ex'
peus paid. Room for all mon out of business,
muut vouiiRor old. Aildrces UAKth-ljl. UUMm,
earn i.mpu otnc. na,vton.U.. icpaT-U'
WANTED A family reiiding in New
nort. havtnor two nnfurnliihed rooms rilson-
lady without children to occupy tame. The but of
references will be required. Adilreaa "NKWPOH T,"
t omre ottnie paper. aepr-c
WANTED HELP All persons wanting
mod heln to do veneral honsework. or cook
mmh and iron, can bo supplied on short notice at
jury, wanner a intoiu?onceuiiico,)5r uin-BiriH1!,
ueiweeo m uoi'jrn-row anil J onn. seps.
black and
3 some five week
ban to have ItH ears trimmed, to comn and take it
: If ut. 1 will sell it for cliaruos. Also, for sale
tw well-bred black und tan terrier pups, at tho
stibies on uurnet-street, between vine ana unce,
nio l uira una jvonrtn. Bep-T
"tSfANTED SITUATION As Porter by
w an honest, industrious fterman. Best
re Terences iven. Address 'liKNHx , Box 2,3Si.
jsep27-btj
rA TED SHOEMAKERS On wo-
nieiri pegged work. Acoly at 230 Walnut-
V P"ot, upninirs. sepic-o-
TSlfc T A VP V. Ti'I! aoleflmnn. !tA namAntira.
eitnttlann fur ulorks und othem by applying to HALK
h 01)., Worchanta Clerks Kegintry Office, 21)1 West
filin-siriot. senii-u-
V RANTED The owner of
J tan terrior pup, loft with me i
WANTED SERVANT
bnuHOWork. Gorman nrc
W est t rout-street, between Main and Walnut.
To do general
referred. Apply at
WANTED SITUATION By a
years old, to learn the retail grocery li
boy
venra old. to learn the retail arocerv liuino.
I willing to stay four years, Address It. 11. W.,
IhiNoftiou. sop24awr
WANTED AGENTS To sell a desirable
work iuat nnblfslied. "JuliMi'a Interest
'('aides," containing accurate calculation of Interest
Mt.'i,6, 7,n, nana ivner cent., Dotn smipie anaconi
nound. on all hu ma from one cent to slO.OUO. and from
rno day to six years. A rare opportunity to make
money in the sale of this new, cheap and useful
work. For further information as to auccens, testi
mony in its favor, nnd terms, addroas (stamp inclosed,)
or apply to J. HAZARD DAVIS, 427 Kifth-sti-oet.
Isepz-aniTj
FOUND.
TL10UND BREASTPIN On Saturday last,
H- an oblong shaped garnot breastpin. The owner
ran have by upplpiug at tLis ntlico. sep28-br
FOR SALE.
"E10R RENT FURNISHED ROOMS Two
K? ir three gentlemen can bo accommodated with
comlortalile lurnleliea rooms. Appiyac a rnirn-
et rent, corner ol num. Bepi--ir
F
OR SALE I0T In the town of Califor
nia. Ohio. Coroner terminus of the Fifth street
M nrketuml Pendleton nnd CuhimblaStroot Ballroad)
tiry low fnrcaau or acceptable traao.
WARHKM L. DAVIS, House and sign Painter,
aepM-aw 72 yVest Third-at., Ulnclnnatl,
E,10R SALE PAPERS Several thousand
. old papers at 2.'c. per hundred, at this oillce.
TtOR SALE FIRE Now Is the timo
ft. ccenre your kindling wood. 100 loads can
linil at II ink le. Guild & (Jo's, ut reduced prices.
Drop your orders in the postofnee, or send to factory,
no. ;, esit ront-sireot. sopai-o-
fOlt SALE DINING SALOON The
m? and well-eatablished Dining Saloon, at No.
KastKoiirth-street, having sovanty-iive prompt pny
inir boarders, ami a good transient trade. For further
particulars inquire on the premises. nep23b'
"8M0R, SALE A good-naying route on
Jt1 I'enny Press for salo. For particulars inquire,
I Ilia wank, at Mo. 427 FIfth-streot.
sepJ7-b
"iOH SALE A German boarding and
fco house for sale low if applied for soon. It
of the markets, and
Indited on tne corner oi one oi me marKors,
ileinir n verv uood bualnees. Anv one acouainted
w ith the hoarding house and bur custom can mukna
well-paying purcnase. Apply to nr. i . jtir.ur.iv,
73 Went Third-Htreet, up atalrs.
sep27-ilw
IOR SALE LAND Twenty-eight
. one-half acres of land, (2.' aerca cloared,)
half inilii iroin Slillord ilallron.il station. Tlio
is new, well fenced, and no building. For particulars
inquire ot lih.'IM a. AbiiKit, renny rress
or 1. C. WOODRUFF, Milford Station. sepK-aw
IOR SALE HOUSE AND LOT Situated
. on Iletta-street, between Cutter and Linn,
side, N o. i-price 82,800. Lot Hi feet front by
deep, to Wii toot alley. Payments, one-third cash
balance in one and two years, secured by mortgage.
fep24oJ
jttOR SALE OR TRADE LAND Eighty
K acres olbestqualltyfarmi gland, (unimproved)
iiillercer County, Ohio. Price, $1,000 one-fourth
down and the balance in one, two and three years
orw'llbe exchanged for a snia Improved farm
nthet property, near the Ohio River. WARKKN
IMV'.s, House and Sign Painter, No. 72 Wost Thlrd
treet, Cincinnati. aepZlaw
Bi-a-IU L
LOST.
B OST One day last week, by a lady
limited cirenmatancus, three hundred dollar
iS.Xhd in bills, dono up lengthwise. The tinder
lie liberally rewarded by leaving the same
ollice. sp27-bt
BOARDING.
B
OARDING HOUSE A first-class board
ing; house. 177 Sycamore-street, between
nnd Mixth, west side. Large, airy, unfurnished
rooms for families. Accommodation for single
aep2S-awJ T. A. BOWK.
BOARDING A gontleman and lady,
two or throe single gentlemen can be acrnnt
modntud with bourd and lodging at 2nd West
ep27-b
BOARDING Two or three gentlemen
bo ncconimodated with board at from $3 80
$5 at No. l.Hl Broadway, between Fifth and
streets. aep27-b
BOARDING A private family, residing
aboantifnl situation on Mount Auburn,
to theclt), huvinu a commodious room to spare,
to reccivo a lady and gontlemnn as permanent
tmardors. Particulara may bo learned of O. F.
o, 14 West Fourth stnot. sep27l't
REMOVAL.
EROM COURT AND RACE-STREETS
to Western-row and Oliver street-Oliver-streot
beinv the first street nortb of Liberty-street-the
OLKEN CITY SHOEING SHOP.
ep22f t WM. RUSSELL.
TO7ILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
tv and Oonssellor at Law, Chase's Bnildlng
l nixo sines, a oars tm si mi. -. ,
Cc
si
LANE t BODLEY,
MAXTjrACTnBaas or
Wood-Working Machinery,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner John and Water ts.,Olnelnnntl,0.
UTNEA-PPLES IN GLASS. A
.1 flno nrtlclo, pnt np bv Wells A Provoit,
York, in stoi and for sale df
.10 UN FEROUf ON. (irocer.
Corner Miuth and Vine-slrcets,
T H IE PEE S S.
WEPNEHDAY..
....SBPTKMBER 9H
$107
WANTS! WANTS!!
ceived,
I
Ir yoa want a servant, advertise In
TUB FUNNY l'UKHH
Ir yon want a home, adrertlM In
THE PENNY PRHMfl.
If yon want to lell anything, advertise in
TUB JrKNN I 1'KKHb.
Ir yoa want to buy anything, trivertlse in
tub s-knhx riusm.
I foot, every want supplied by advertising in
TUB PENNY PRESS.
veyed.
lowing
Court,
wagon
was
his
CITY MATTERS.
3Peuuy Pre 88 to be had every
morning at the Counting-room door.
Only one cent.
Meteorological observation!) for the
Pennt Press, by Honry Ware, Optioian, No.
7 West Fourth-street, September 27, 1859.
O'clock. Barometer, Thermometer.
7 A. II , 24.43 ' m
12 11 : 20.44 77
6 f. K J9.4S i t
SJ-Tho followinr is a list of letters de
tained for non-payment of postage at tho
Poatoflloc, in this city, September 2r:
Ellas Storn.Dnvtnn.O.
liiliu.i, M IMslniii.r. P ttaburz. rn.
Blmou Seerbaror, New York, N. 1'.
Kmiiktarrel, ov urioims.
Mm nary I,. Tlioniiwi nopustoca, vuimoui.
liov, John Croxill, Uluoy. 111. .
Mrs. Uarah Millcr.Kvormn, Ind.
H. M. Mann, M. D., Uollister, iibm.
Ileiiirleh Conlis, Hon., Walnut Hills, 0.
John Wiseman, Napoleon, Ind.
Airs. Jl. L. norton, i niincninn, u.
Mm. Mary B. i'arnom, toulnvllle, Ky.
Ileury "ecluultn," Bt. liOitis, aio.
OU'lbJlULll, -I
,t. W. Or'jshv, Wai( Ky.
0. Daniel, Ulasgow, Ilo.
Sr. Watson (Jarr, ( hicago, III.
i'utilp Aicl'onougn, banuaaier, rn.
J. It. K. D. Ilnrne, llaverliill, Slim,
Wni. Wumford, Welahtield, O.
Clark, Ki., Columbus, O.
1 '
the
was
to
Jas.
fast
and
$5
an
r.
r.r-da.
to
be
Extensive Robbery—A Man's Pocket
Picked of $2,550.
a
of
2
Mr. J. linker, a tobneco-merohant. who re
sides in (ihcnl, Ky., had his pockot picked
in Fifth-street Market, yesterday, of a wallet
containing $2,550 in bank bills on the JJorth
oru and Southern Banks of Kentucky. Tho
bulk of tho amount was in $101) bills, and toe
balance in 20s and 10s. Mr. Baker states
that he was standing in a crowd watching
the street-railroad car an! telt an unusual
pressure about his person; that ho looked
around and came to the conclusion that
others, liko himself, were anxious to seo tlio
"olephant." At this moment ho thought of
bis money, ana, lecnng ior n, iouna uiui, it
was gono. lie immediately left information
at tho various station-houses, and up to a lato
hour last evening no discoveries wore made.
22
15
at
to
be
old
8
the
oof
.B? is
Is
no.
RuniiKRV. Yesterday evening a robbery of
rathor a peculiar kind occurred at jno. zub
Goorgs-stroet. A Mrs. Briggs, who resides
in Indiana, son $jou id ner Bister, irs.
Cflinnbi'll. rosidinc at tho ubovo place,
lo be by ber loaned out. Campbell,
the husband of the woman, finding this out,
contrived to get the money from the drawer;
and being unused to handling sucn large sums,
at nnen alnrted on a "bender." MeotlnB a
doetor. to whom he owed $20, he " forked
over." muoh to the surprise of the physician.
Going from grocery to grooery, he liquidated
bills of four or five years' standing.
He then started tor the dopot, gloriously
drank, to engage a passage to Texas, but,
being too late for the cars, roturned home.
His wifo, in the meantime, had discovered the
theft an. Informed a uolioeman. When he re
turned home she rosolvcd herself into an officer,
siezed her guilty husband, who had his coat
off, " tore his shirt," and otherwise damaged
bis raiment.
He made his esoape from his better half,
however, but was soon oaptured by oibcer l'on
dory and another, who lodged him in the Ninth
street Station-bouso. He plead in justification
that he had kept "all hands" for several years,
and he wanted his pay, and when he found the
money was in the house, he thought " now or
nover."
Boabo of Citt Improvements Yester
day's PiiOCEEDiHtis. The Clerk was directed
to prepare and transmit to the City Counoil,
ordinances to assess speotai taxes lor improve
ments upon property abutting on the following
streets, viz :
West Lanal-streot from tirandin-street to
Twelfth-street ; west side of Plum-street from
George-street to Seventh-street ; 1'iatt-alloy
from Hace-street to Vine-streot, Also, an ordi
nance to pavo with bowlders, Wetsel-alley from
Elm-stroet to. jliast num-street. Also, to ad
vertise for proposals as follows : To build a
brick culvert to pass the water under Liberty-
street from Vino-street to Race-street ; to build
a stone area culvert under Wade-street to a
noint l.;0 feet west of Freeman-street ; to pave
with bowlders, 'I'norp-aiiey, trom liim-stteet
to Plum-street ; to repair with limestone,
O Roily-alley from Lawrenee-streot to Davi-
son-alley. The Board then adjourned.
and
one-
luna
omce,
north
feot
or
L.
in
will
attlila
Fifth
gen
tlemen. and
Fifth
fclreef can
80 to
Slxlh.
in
close
wish
Assault anu Battery. Ellen Costello was
arraigned in the Police Court, yesterday, to
answer the charge of assaulting Anna Cos
tello. It appeared that Anna Costello ar
rived in this city somo ten days ago from In
dianapolis; that her husband had preceded
her; that when sne arrived, sue found that
ner husband was married to and living witn
the aforesaid Ellen; that she called nt hor
residence on Cuttcr-streot to make inquiry
about the matter, when she was assaulted.
Ellon was fined $5 and costs of prosecution.
Costello, it will bo remembered, succeeeded
in effecting his cscaoe some days since while
ConBtablo Whilo wits endeavoring to arreBt
him. Thero can bono doubt but that no
has been married to both parties.
Fall Stylus. B. It. Alloy, No. 41 Broad
way, opposite tho Broadway Hotel, hag intro
duced a fall style of hat which is rapidly
taking the place of others now in vogue. It
is unequaled for stylo, quality and finish. Call
In and get one.
OiiSTBUCTiKO Strert-corhxrs. Judge Lowo
seems determined to break up the practice of
orowds standing on the stroet-oorners, thoroby
obstructing the sido-walks. Seven young men,
named B. Moran, W. Burges, J. Carney, J.
Wagoress, J. Kline, J. Hanley and D. Sulli
van, were arrested on the above charge yester
day and fined $1 and oosts each.
p!f At a meeting of St. John's (Episcopal)
Congregation, held at the corner of Plum and
Seventh-streets, yesterday, Bishop Mollvaine
presiding, the following officers were eleoted:
Senior Warden, E. S. llainei; Janior Warden,
H. W. Derby; Vestrymen, D. T. Woodrow,
Robert Mltohell, ' T. H. C. Allen, John W.
Ellis, 0. L. Avery, Alfred A. Marsh, H. P.
Kennedy, C. D. Coffin.
BALL,
iva
VERY
New
Tuknkd His Wivk Out. An inhuman indi
vidual named Michaol Murphy turned his
wife and babe out of his house Sunday night,
end lockoil the door. He wan tried by Judgo
Lowe yesterday, fined $5 and costs, and sen
tenced to the City Prison for the torm of three
days. ,
IfS'k fight occurred about eleven o'clock
last evening at Finney's grooery, on Syoamore
streot, between Third and Fourth, between a
eouple of persons, over a game of oards. A
considerable crowd assembled, but no arrests
were made.
5-Thero is a report in the city that a
murder was committed nt Cumminsvillo last
Monday evening. We aro unable to ascer
tain particulars.
SThe residenoe of Mr. Wolff, on Walnut
Hills, was entirely destroyed by lire, night
befort last. He was fortunate enough to savo
a part of his furniture.
INKLINGS.
The County Commissioners passed orders
yesterday, amounting in the aggregate to
50. A petition from the Trustees of
Syoamore end Springfield Townships was re
requesting to nave the county-road sur
The petition waa granted, and the fol
' viewers appointed Robert iy,
Crawford, Jacob Shaff and J. B. Bell.
Fifty eases were disposed' of In the Polioe
yesterday, irinoipally "assaults and
batteries."
Martin Fleming, for stealing a horse and
from Mr. George Sayers, of this city,
called in the Police Court y as tor day, and
trial let for Thursday next.
The bail of D. E. Hazel, charged with as
a battery and disorderly conduct, was
in the Polioe Court yesterday, he
decamped. , . " . . .
James Hone, for stealing a shawl from a
boarding-house on Front-street, was sent to
chain-gang for two months by Judge Lowe
yesterday.
Mr. Geo. K. Warner fell from the roof of the
Marion Gymnasium, day before yesterday, and
severely Injured. , t , , , .- 1
E. M. Johnson, Esq., was unable to attend
bis duties in the Polioe Court yesterday.
Boyle, Esq., put matters through on the
line. .
A eouple of neighbors, named Jas. MoNair
Martin P. Ott, got into a diffioulty day
before yestorday, when the former procured a
oowhide and gave the latter several atripes
...... honk and shoulders. He was fined
and costs in the Polioe Court yesterday for
assault ana battery.
Herman Lant was sent np to the City Prison
ii,. rm of three dsvs bv Judge Lowe.yes-
for abusing his wife. He threatened
beat her brains out with a slung-shot.
A man, named Thomas Ryan, supposed to
a thief, was sentenced to twenty days' con
finement Madame
doubt
The
Main
of
shoes,
shoes,
lie
that
and
M
of
They
to
no
are
80
ner
in tho City Prison by Judge Lowe,
yesterday, lie was charged witn vagrancy,
JJThe magnificent steamer Taco& Strader
be the paoket for i,ouisvnie w-aay at
twolve, M,, from the foot of Broadway.
A iiuantily of ladies' wearing apparel was
stolen from the residence ot iouncuman
Perry, in tho Fourteentn warn, mgnt noioro
last.
Tim annual ro-uuion of the Old Woodward
Club will coino off at the Spencer Ifouso next
Thursday evening.
A nuiubor of brass valves, worth some $24,
. . . i -v-: .1. -i I Qi.i:M
may be eoon ai toe n iuiu-ihot, ou-
house, inoy wore wuuu m . Mwm,-j.iw
tho corner of Court and Elm-strects, and nre
supposed to havo been stolen. :
The stabbine affair at the First Ward Dem
ocratic primary meeting was oalled in the
Police Court yesterday and dismissod on pay
ment Of COS18, ine prosecuting wuueesus tomo'
ing to appoar.
Wm. Brown was fined $10 and coats by Judge
Lowe yesterday for disorderly conauot.
Ths Eicelsior Town-ball Club will play a
Mendlv matoh on the Orphan Asylum lot
next Saturday.
Trunk Duean and Ann Bunsoy were called
In the Tolioo Court, yestorday, charged with
stealing one velvet ooat, two dresses, three pairs
of draws, one suirt.une tin uuuaci uu una
pitoher. The trial waa continued until Thurs
day next.
A man named Adam Rankin is confined In
the City Prison, laboring under a fit of rfoiiriuru
tremens.
Jaaso Davis, charged with passing counter
feit money, was tried ana acquitted in the
Police Court, yesterday.
We have received a copy of F. If. Hurtt's
DrnVu JlfmandVe Aiverlizer, published in this
city. .
It
is
sS-The receipts for licenses at the
Mayor's office, for the week ending yestorday;
are as ioiiows:
Drays
Express
Furniture t'are....M......
Exhibitions and Balls -
V un dertnkera - m
Hucksters
Total..
..toi 00
Fresh Otstkrs. Robert Orr, No. 11 West
Fifth-street, is constantly in receipt ef fresh
oysters in can, keg and shell, wnico, tor
quality, are nara to ueat. uur cui.ous win
find Orr's oysters to be as reprssentod. It is
unnecessary for us to enumerate the good
qualities of urr ana nis oysters, out wouia
invite those in want of a good artiole to give
No. 11 West Fourth-street a call.
Petty Larckny. A man named Theodore
Fisher was sentenced to the chain-gang for
the term of two months, for stealing a pocket
book, containing $l,from Frederick Stalk, on
Find lay-street.
4jr A slight fire oconrred within doors,
yesterday noon, on the premises of Matthew
iHLtiU!- . T 1 M,nnl ,n a nil nf. Wn It".
IV nillUlU, m flfcvavo luuwi , a.v. awv
West Fourth-street. The extent of the loss
was the week's wash.
?3A man named Docelyn waS arrested
and coil lined in the Ninth-street Station-
house last evening, charged with forging
land on tries, supposed to be located iu the
vicinity of Girardeau, Missouri. He will
have a hearing in the Police Court this
morning.
AMUSEMENTS.
Wood's Theater. Another large and well
filled house wns present last night to witness the
"iiiimllr," of Mr. J. K. Anderson. This sterling tra-
miiiinn. hr his mmerior and uxcelleut rendition f tho
i . , .. . .
jealous nloor, oucttea l lie warmest applause ironi tne
largo audience iu attendance. Mr. Langdon, as the
treacherous "lago," was very gooa. mrs. r.me r.us
ler, as the fair but, wronged. " Desdenioua," won tho
esteem, approbation and sympathy of those present,
and created new admirers of hor excel lout acting.
To-night will be presented one of Shakspeares
tragedies entitled Coaioi.ANi's.Thls production, from
the master-mind of the illustrious Shakapuare, haa
not boeu produced here fr a number cf years, and
ouglit, as wonavo no uoiiii i. win,
flowing liouso. Mr. Audemon appears as "Caiua
Kiuv.-i,m I'orliilnnufl." in which cuaractor wo hold
be will lie warmly roccivod. The farce of Org Oai.
concludes the entertainment.
Tub Palacr Gardks. This institution cen-
tiunes to bo largoly patronized by thoso desitinr; fun
audonioyment. Tim euteitninmeuts are varied aud
never fall to ploaae tlio many in attendance.
Butts's Pakorajia. This moving picture of
scenes past is very well attended by the "moral"
portion of the coiuinuhity. It is on exhibition ut the
Melodoou. . .
LAW REPORT.
BEFORE JUDGE STORER—IN CHAMBERS.
Application for an Ikjunction Against
Tgs Cincibsati Btsest Baiijio.p CoiirAiiv -Nich-oliu
CoBhorn and Wife vs. The Cincinnati Street
Railroad Coinpauy.-Thia was a petition for un In
junction and for damages. The plaintiffs allege they
are the owners of a piece of ground between Mound
and Cutter-streets, now covorod by Ninth-atreot, but
which they never de.llcated to the city , or In any way
released their title thereto. They allege that they
graded and bowldcred this property, and kept it in
ropair.ond that defendants (the railroad conipany)
entered ou the earne. and nttompWd to destroy 'tho
pavoment, 4c. They ask an injunction, and to have
their damages assessed. , , , , .
. The court intimated that the' city should ta made
a party, and continued the application nntil the 17th
ofnoit nionth-and further ordered that defendants
should enter into a bond in the snni of 5,0OO, con
ditioned to pay all damages that might be assessed
against them on the anal hearing of the case. h.
Mills appeared foi petitioner, and JndgeGholsoa on
the other side.
COMMON PLEAS.
The State va. John O'Brien. The trial of
this defeniUnt, chargou witn ourgiarr,
about two o'clock on the morning of the loth ofAn.
1 o,..ni.unrM Hnlnn.Kaat Sixth-street,
was called, but the witnesses not being present, it was
taA number of cases were continued In which tho
parties were unaer nan.
PROBATE COURT.
To h Probata Court two colored persona
Elizabeth Joneaand James Madison, took out !
(lcatt M of the tact or tneir paving men uorn "
parents.
LOCAL NOTICES.
3- The attention of the public is called to
Kmis's cards in another column, She Is
Indorsed by Clndunatl driifgM, which will no
bo a sure guarantee of eminent success.
Madamc'e Spanish Stimulating Hslsam is acknowl
edged a aure cure Cor conghs, colds headaches, 4c.
long experience of the lady will render her med
Iclnee Ojiiltepromlnent.
Do not forget that Pattiksoh, of 115
and 137 Walnut, has oa hand onexcellont stock
smoking and chewing tobacco. A flno lot of
Uavanacigars hasjiut been received.
-M. A. WWWCOTT, No. 14 West Fifth
street, has on hand a large and woll-assorted-stock of
boots, ladies' gaiters, children's and misses'
which he is selling at prices suitable to all.
can furnish any stylo and make of shoes and boots
purchasers may wish.
iEaWe would inform our readers generally,
the ladles particularly, that WM. LaphaM, No.
Weat Fourth-street, is the solo agent for the salo
tho Loster sowing-machine. This machine is
usurping tho place of othors of lees merit.
!tlc.
for
4
.140
firmer;
Wheat
II
SI
gan;
jatos
Corn
western:
4.'lc.
Whisky
and
at
Beef
country
re-packed
hania
Uutter
fir
parCOlS.
are now nsed in Lewis's Bazaar with great suc
cess. Those wishing a sowing-machine would do well
call at 93 West Fourth-itroct, ...
HOME INTEREST.
B3-If Yon Wnnt a Good Pit, Yoa will nnd
more reliable establishment than that of Friel 4
McUnlre, No. 2: Walnut-street. : Theso gentlemen
prepared to furnish every variety of Gunta'
Clothing, on short notice and reasonable terms.
mrB. U. Pni vin, Advertising Agent, No,
Weat Fourth-street.
SWA. A. Eystor-Clocke, Wntchee nnd
Jewelry, Nos. 341 and 271 Western-row.
B9T Daituerreiin Gallery. Sonth-weet cor
or Sixth and Western-row, over Hanaaford's
drag store. Flctures taken and put in good cases for
twenty cents. Warranted to please.
COVINGTON NEWS.
fAnv eommunlcationi from ew friends will be
thankfully recoived. Address " Tress Reporter,'
Box 21, Covington, Ky,
KiitTon Courty Fair. Notwithstanding
the heavy rains inltheearly part of the day, and the
fact that it win) the ftrnt of the exhibition, a large
crowd assembled on tho fair grounds yesterday.
ne were unable to learn many of the particular,
hut from v bat wo ceuld gather wo aro suru it bids
toir to lie one oi tno nest in tins region uitnecounir.
is the last of tho sason that will tako plai o near
hero, which will add to the interest felt in its success.
Lot these annual gatherings of the fur mora and
iiieehanios he welf nttendctrl. Thv have alreadr
added an incalculable amount to the respect in which
labor is hold, and their continued ahecena XVIlUlO
moro than ha yet been donr. Already we see its
ellect noon our vonnff men. 'rnev no loriror rusn ny
thousands into the "learned professions" without
regard to ability for their successful prosecution. It
not now regaruc as neneain ino uiKimy oi a w.u
educated young man to take hold of ton plow when
themsidvea in the mattur and encourage their
children to do tliesamo, and the effect will bo beno-
nciai uu lasting.
A ladv residing in Newport was walking
along Fourth-stnotln this city, a few eveninga einco,
ntiout dusk, and while passing over tho Bldewalk in
frontofa new building, between Scott and Madison
streets, cniuo in contact with a ladder which had
been nsrelesslv thrown down, and broke her auklo.
Builders ought to bo careful about obstructing tho
streets unnecessarily.
Commonwealth vs. D. A. Powell. This case,
being an indictment for iorgery, which lias boon
pondisg since tue la.u narcn term, camo up ior inm
yosterilay. Tho evidence van concluded early in tho
aftoruoon, but the case was not submitted when the
court adjourned, tho timo being occupied by the
lawvors in propurluginstructions. Wewill my noth
ing 'further about the case until thoverdi, t shall be
rendered, when we will give tho particulars.
Polick Court Tbk Sitoday Law. Henry
Hartor was ycaterday arraigned before the Polico
rv,rf rnr.nllinalinunron Hundav. He was dofended
by Charles Mooar, who vlead tho unconstitutional
ity of the ordinance against the Sunday liquor traillc.
Ho claimed that it conllicted with Stato laws on the
same subject, and was consequently null and void,
by the constitution, all city ordinances must be
harmony with the statutes of tho State. Mr. Phelps,
for tho nrosecutlon. will conclude the argument this
morning. Our citl7,ons manifostcunslderable leoliin
in the matter, and the deciaiouof tho Mayor is lookei
to with deop interest.
Mrs. Bean, oharged with passing counterfeit
money, and who forfeited ner nan boiuo timosinco
liecanie penitent and gave herself into tho hands
the Sheriff again, yesterday.
NEWPORT NEWS.
1 Subscriptions, advertisements and communications,
addreasod to the "Press Boporter," Box W.wlll
be.atienueu w. j
To-morrow night tho City Council will
have another regular meeting. Tho report on the
resolution or nr. aicuracaon tooxpei jur. auuiuuu
from the omre of Jailor will then come up for con
sideration. Quite a warm timo is anticipated, and
A.,,, mira ah t.n hUAfl. fllllRt liOllllRll Will UO UOI1UI ID-
dulge lnspeech-inuking considerably, something,
it said to their honor, thoy generally omit, and in
place occupy their timo in transacting Business.
Riinday School Rk-chiok. A re-union of the
different f nnilay schoolB In this city will take place
next Sunday at mreao-cioc r. ;u., inn meoMiiei.
Church, on Taylor-street. Mr. H. Thane Miller and
at,. T. Tl !4nrffnnt will be nresont und address
the children. Lot everybody attend anil tako their
children. It will encourage the cause and assist
instill into tue minds ot cliuurcn an mierosi in nav
bath schools.
Tna New Jail. Yesterdav our City En-
Hin..A. ,.,.1r.l nttl thn irrnnnd for the new iail.
?! ... Ha i.iif n tlm north-went corner of the nublic
auusre, aud if the work comes up to the plans
.JLnia..fina. n. it nn donht will, wo will have some-
thlair tnat will noui tue pnsoiiei uarenitv!.
work will he commenced immediately, ,
rnt.i.ipsRD a Flve. The improvement
.i,..,,,ii nnn of (loltimliia-strcot. commenced with
o much energy, collapsed just nt a time when it
rendered almost Impassable Our citizons Intor
eitcd In the inath'r aro makingcomplamts. Can
-I.... ..laOn,nrir reaMitn tor till, ilelfiv'?
OH. gl. '
The steamboat Jud'i McClure left the Lict
Ing to-day.
Mary Ann Anderson was fined $5 and costs
In the Police court, yeiteruay moruiuu, iur uisur
derly conduot.
MONETARY.
TUESDAY, September 27—3 P. M.
We havo no change to report In the Money Market.
Currency contiuiieH very i loso, with a large amount
of good Paper offering from regular depositors.
Eastern Exchauge remnins firm at : premium,
selling rate; buying at . premium. All the bankers
are anxious to purchase at X premium.
Eastern Exchange in St. Louis ill premium,
very Brm ; latent advices expect it will advance to
per cent premium selling.
Eastorn Excliango in Ohicsgo 2 per cent, promium,
and in Louisville H for Kentucky Money.
(iold dull at 1540 cents per hundred buying
sollingatJSeWs premium.
No change to report in Uncurrent Money or
Warrants.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
TUESDAY EVENING, September 27, 1859.
. FLOUR-Tho market was very firm to-day,
n,.i.na vutltnr I.Altne Hnlew AfHl brls. white WllCUt
10, 4.W do. do. do. at $o, 600 do. do. do., deliverodjit
Hlpley.atSa in, uio dosupertinoatSt 73, SO do. do.
(I Nl.anqimiao.extraai i isi.
wmiv! ine maraoiis nnn, wuu
and prices advanced Mc. Sales 900 brls.
2t,S(r24 Vio., the lattor rates from wagon.
PUOVIMTttNM Tim market waa vorv auiot tO-daV.
and generally unchanged from our last report.
is in demand at 7jjii.Sc., bnt holders aro linn
Mc. above these prices. Mess rorx is noui ar si.i
city brands. Lard is in fair demand at 10!((c010'ac
hut ,. noli, n, in.
nuiillVHl EH HiiffAinfirni. Sales 135 hhds. at
to7 Mc. Coffee steady and firm. A sale of 100 bags
li.Su. Molasics in brisk demand, with sales imi
al 37 'c, and 140 do. nt 3c.
W BEAT The market v
was vory firm to-day,
.vlfA. nf nrjrn. wh lla .ihunrod per
Sales liuO hush prime white at If I 12; 4i do. d. do.
91 in; Annuo, prime reaai si. ,
CORN-Markot llrm, and holders aro now demand
ingTKc. Small sales at this price.
VK A irnnil innuirv. and nrioes firm at 7.1o.
baki.kv- imulnrata demand for strictly m
fall at 79c., good do. at fta7uc., and prime spring
nlia.Th. marVnt la verv firm, and nrlces
tendina-upward. Weiiuoto 4l(d44c. as tho rates
arrival, and 47ffl48c. from storo.
I'tiv.krfV, Sales 4ioboxea Western ttoservo
50 do. extra large do. at 8iVi'Jc., lw do. English
Dairy at lUXo. Market firm.
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, September 27—P. M.
' Cotton steady: sales 7,500 bales at 11(411 Wc:
sales of three days, 20,000 bales; receipts do., 2l,u00
bales, against 34,000 bales last year; receipts ahead
of last year, 31,000 bales. Flour Arm: tales at J.5 15
for superfine. JCxcbauge on New York, signt, to ais-
countiwpar. .Sterling Exchange mAvnivvn,
Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, September 27.
f Flour firm; Howard-street $5. Wheat
firm. Com active at l2e fur while, aud S4(517V. fo:
yellow. Provisions active; Bacon sells si lO' iidcs
mess 1'ork ie. wuisKy uuu ic.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
New York Market. NEW YORK, September 27—P. M.
Cotton duil: sales 700 bales. Rice quiet at
K.igar buoyant. Flour 'to. ratter; hii of
at Si i4 eoluc snperline elate; SI w4ii
extra State; Sl4nrur0 for Mipernuo wt'rnj
70(A.'.for common to good rxtra western; as Ai
ior inferior good shipping ''rands extra ronnci
hoopod Ohio; market olosiiig quint. Canadian Flour
sales of 300 brls. atl ja for common to
scarcely so buoyant ; salea of 'W00n bushels at
jsi :ai ior wnite stirrupi
J.ml.
tember
VaI.i
,i.n
sepJ7
-.. . 1 I ri bt. ru.l l, ...!
22(iil Vi for white Canada; 51 11 lor amiier inicni-
ikk.'.s'-. ior jiiiiwmiu - ,
nf .HoOlmsholn at nt
Jlarlry nnn-r: sales j.wsi oiinnein niinii .
lower: ale3,7iiO bnsliels at 'MviHe. for mixed
'.'lc. for southern yellow. Oataftrm at i&
for State; 403;i4c. fur western a no uanauian.
onsior: sales .Inn hrls. at iinXc. Fork market
unchanged? sales 3,"4i brls. at I4 SSffll for nies,
$10 70ll 7 for prln,o. Including brls. mess
Boilers' option to let November, ou private terms.
dull, with sales of ISO brls. at S4 7!ft for
prime; S9 Mn so for do. mess; '
mesK, and frwan for extra mess. Beef
remiiln -inlet at luM. Prime mess Beer
nominally unchanged. Cut Meats scarce at 8c. for
shoulders, and Sc. for bAS. Ilacoa quiet and nn
change" Lard firms ZIM brls. at IftHailMc.
fair demand at I2(17c. lor Ohio, and ltolo.
stato. Cheese In fair request at !K?c. for prime
mmmm is MBMM
Have
U. S. Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F.
In
This Grand Body, whioh has been In session
several days at Baltimore, Md., adjourned to
meet at NasK'ille, Tend., on the third Monday
in September, 1860. The session of Thursday
evening wds ooristlnted ia the action of the
body on reports which had been submitted by
the eommittee during the month.
Rep. Boyleton, of Sonth Carolina, of the
Committee on the Ptate of the Order, submit
ted a report in reply to an inqulty from the
Grand Lodge of Ohio, to the effeot that a sub
ordinate enoampment hag the right to try and
punish a member for words spoken in a sub
ordinate lodire when open and during its rsg-
. i : 1 J .u. nrl a annlrn
ttiar proceeaiiigs, pruviuau u
are offensive in themselves, or evince conduot
nnbaootntnir an Odd-FelloW.
aflaa.. nf the Committee on
Appeals, presented a report upon an appeal
4rAm ilin niinnrilv of the Grand Encamp
ment of Maryland Of the matters in the case
nf Tatriaroh Joseph K. Holden, deceased.
The roport stated that it appeared from the
nayier submitted to tho committee that Mount
Morian Jincampineni t. n uu.uiii,K;it
m.miuTihin iB deceased, and thst he re
mained in good standing up to tho time ef
his death. That after his death the fcneamp
nient, refused to pay to his widow the amount
usually allowed at tho death of its members,
on tho ground that tho Patriarch had im
properly reprosonted his age at tho time nf
his admission which was not discovered until
after hia decease.
The eommittee reported that under the gen
eral laws of Mount Moriah Enoampment, no
member could be expelled, suspended, or ae
prived of bonefits, except for non-paymont of
dues, without an impartial trial, and the de-
e.ntnii Hatriarcn count not nave sucu a wiai.
They therefore recommended the reversal of
the decision of the R. W. Grand Encampment
of Maryland.
The renort ol tne committee reoommenuiug
the granting of a charter to establish a lodge
at Leavenworth, Kansas, was oalled up asd
adopted.
Ken. ninnaav. oi aoainera iiew a urn., buu-
mltted tho following amendment to the second
section of the 9th article of the constitution:
"Seotion 2. Every State, District, Territorial or
Colonial Grand Lodge or Grand Enoampment,
having under its jurisdiction one thousand or
less memoers in gooa sianuing, euau us iiiiu-
tlnrl to one vote in the Grand Lodge; every
State. District. Territorial or Colonial Grand
Lodge or Grand Encampment, having under
its jurisdiction over one tnousano. mourners in
, .! . 1. .. 1 1 L- A la .nlu,
goou Bianmug, auuii vv cuu,u mu w,u.,
and no State, District, Territorial or Colonial
Grand Lodge or Grand Encampment shall have
more than one Grand Representative at the
same time: Jbovided, however, that any Grand
Lodge or Grand Enoampment shall be entitled
to as many Grand Representatives as it may
have votes, on assuming the payment of the
mileage and per diem of the additional Grand
Representative."
Rep. Prill, of Northorn New Tork, submit
ted amendments to the constitution so as to
abolish the mileage and psr diem of the mem
bers. To reduce the present representation
tax of $75 to the former sum of $25 to eaeh rep
A
A
in
Cloths,
A
A
SMT
placed
hr
and
To
resentative. To furnish cards, books, odes,
Sio., to grand and subordinate bodies at cost
assess au in reve
ho
its
to
1
and
xoo
was
any
prices. yearly ocucienoy
nue upon the membership ot tne respective
Grand bodies. The whole to be refunded to
the several Grand jurisdictions, and to be re
ported npon at the next meeting of the U. S.
Grand Lodge.
Rop. Mason submitted a report to charter
lodge No. :!, at Santa Fe, and encampment
No. 2. at tho same place, which was read
and ndonted.
Rep. j)ailey presented a report upon tho
netition of the GrandlLodco of Australias ask
ing aililiation, stating that the matter must
be left in nbevanco until further information
is obtained from that body. Accompaniilg
tfn renort. wna a. rnmliition instructing the
Grand Secretary to notify the Grand Sec
retary of the Grand Lodge of Australia
that until the Grand Lodge of the Un ited
States has indubitable evidence of the identity
of tho work of the ordor in Victoria with that
used in thig jurisdiction, or is j ustified in eom
missioning a Qualified brother to prooe sd to
Australia and ascertain the actuul condition of
the order there, and if found favorable, t bat he
be fully authorized to institute the o rder in
Australia as an independent jurisdiction, sub
ject only to the limitations and conditions
berotofore required in the establishmen t of the
Grand Lodge of British North America,
Sedition A Fathkr's Revenge. IBuena
Vista, Tcnn., wns tho scene of a tragedy a
few days since Somo weeks since Mr, John
F. Jackson, an opulent gentleman of that
village, was informed that his daughter, a
and
1
rate;
lovely girl ot eigntocn years, naa Deen se
duced by Dr. F. M. Bunch. Ho fort hwith
sought tho man who had broupht ditigrace
upon his name, and demanded that ho should
repair tho wrong by marrying his victim.
Tne uoctor uecnnea at mo nine, au o bck
non cava him three wcieks to re-consider or
leave tho country. At tho expiration of that
timo, Bunch still declining to heal tnewounds
he had lnllictoa, tue aoicrnuncu parent,
restive with tho sense of wounded honor and
dcapoiration, shot Bunon down in his ollice,
Ho died instantly. Jackson delivered him
self into custody, and when our informant
Louisville
Courier, Sept. 27.
at
l
mand. at
Ba
con at
True felioity ir. when any one is as
hannv as to find out and follow what is the
nroner bent of his genius, and turn all his
endeavors to exert himself according as that
prompts him.
ior
6V
at
una,
and
bush
at
.
ime
at
atill
on
REMOVAL.
(AitlMlTSaKOST
I WILL REMOVE TO HT NKW STORK, CKDEB
Pake's Opera-house,
FIRST OF OCTOBER
AND OFFICE MY FBnBBNT STOOX IT
Greatly Kedueed Prices.
! HENRY FALLS,
(!.; AVost Foiirlh-s.rert.
' lpi:
AUCTION SALES.
UCTIOS BALH BY THOS. JOHN-
BTOrl, in iaie-Toom no. w
28, commencing at M e'elock, will btvli. . ' -without
reserve, 120 pier 1'arp.tlng, eBr,n; - 1
RrniMla. Three-sly. Ingrain, all wool, tai-
Hi.lv unit ftattnn Crnntinff.
TH08. JUHNSTON. auction r.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS.
DAY to MATLACK,
89 Pcarl-strect,
new In store a large and select stock of BTA .
and IAN0T DBT OOODS, whlet, for extent
variety, is uniurpasted, vit:
large general tock ef Domeetlc
Woolen and Cotton uooas.
gplendid Une of very rich Drew Goods,
SHks, Delaines, meruoee, aim owr
fabrlcs of newest sjtjlet.
Cassimeree aid Teiilnp, In
large assortment.
complete stock of WTilte oode, Em
brolderief and Linen Goode, of onr
own importation.
very extenilve itoek of Fancy and '
Variety Goode, Shawlt, ' Hosilery ,
Gloves, &e. r
We shall be in daily receipt ef all nev and dn
lirsble Goods during the, season, and deaire to be
in competition with any heme, ikst er W t,
iinexaminatlon of oeratoek. . fjeplwam .
FALL TRAD JS.
1859.
TO '' ' : ": ' !
BRIiniTS&MlLLINBRS!:
WE INVITE YOUR PARTICDXAR AT
TENTION to eur large celleoHun ol BMi';
Elegant
RIBBONMt
UEAD-DBB8HEH,
FRENCH FlOWHBl.
BiMBRO l DERI ttr , i
BONNETS,
CliOAKS,
CLOVBH,
IlACbr, i.V.,iVo.
STRAW GOODS.
he found in any hg-honsy In "fi&tfi
P. BEV0U R00KW00D,
83 AND 85 PEARX-8TRKK1,
M12 ClOlNNATI.
EEMOYAL.
THE FIRM OF
SPRAGJTJE & CO,
HAVE 0PKNED IN THBIR
3ST e -w S t or
South-east Cor. Fourth ud Vine,
THURSDAY 8TH INST.,
IiARGBIT
PRETTIEST stock of Oeeds for
WEAR ever offered in Cincinnati,
VHTITH THE
vw
AND
TBK STOCK OT
P I E O E G o o r s.
To make np to Uearare, will he large asd varltd,
We have a
New Corps of Outtera,
From New York and Philadelphia, who profeaa la
understand the art of Cutting Btyllih Gttrmer.U t
order.
ser For past favors we return many thanks, and
hope to merit futnre patronage. Truly,
SPRACUE&CO.
fiepT.tfl
ATTENTION, BUILDERS!
THOS. . F1RRIK & 10.
HAVE ESTABLISHED THB FACT
that they are telling lumber at thslr yard on
Froeman-stroot, next to Cincinnati, Himillon and
Dayton Ballroad,
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Sealers In the rilg.
"Quick Sales and Small Proiits"
IS THEIR MOTTO.
They submit the following list of prices:
Caah. 4 Mn'i.
Clear lumber, all thicknosses, I In. meas (37 AO $ui Ol
Best Common, I S and 2 inch Plank 2 00 30 m
Boat " 1 inch Boards M,..... 1 7 Si fl
Second " all thicknesses................ 16 60 17 M)
Third " Boards II AO 12 m
Grub Plank, face measure 33 JO 26 00
Hemlock Joist, Scantling and Timber.,., II SO 13 je
Poplar " ' " " ..... 12 oO 14 on
First Common Flooring Boards......... .19 00 :17 M
Second " " " aS 7ft V, (10
Third " u i. ,...... u 60 20 is)
First Common Weather Bcardi........ is no r m
Second " " " 12 00 13 un
Cedar Posts, 4 by 4, g feet, per hundred,... uo SO 00
Cedar " for fencing, " ' 30 00 Wi
Locust " " " "4 -Jiuo 22 M
A farther reduction of 2,S percent, will be made on
bills of )H0 or more.
We have one of the largest and best selected stocks -of
Lumber in the Cincinnati market, whioh we offer
(tor sals at the above prices. ,i .
Bep2Stf
THOS. W. FAREIN & CO.
THE PARTNERSHIP
of Andrew, Wilson & Co., in this day mntually
TklSgOLUTION
JL of Andrew. Wilson a 00., In this dar
dissolved by the withdrawal of Hr. A. Wilson, Jr.,
trom tne area. r, ahiiumv,
A. WILSON, Ja.,
B. LLOYI.
, GEO.M.UIOH.
The business will becontlnned tinder theflrm name
of P. Andrew ft Co. AU unsettled accounts nf the
Arm of Andrew, Wilson & Co. will be adjusted by
them. P. ANDKLW,
S. LLOYD, ''
OKO. M. HIOH.:
Clncinnati, SepXember 3D, 1&5. aop3l Irw
WHISKIES. OLD BOURBON, IRISH
and Scotch of the very belt kinds, always an
hand and for sale by
JOHN FERGUSON. Grocer,
aep21 ; Corner Ninth and V Ice-streets.
Pure Coal OiL .'
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, AT
One Oullar psr gallon, by '
J. H. Pit WElN.Orecsr,
sepsis . M pi'mnt-street.

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