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"WANT8," "FOB BAU.! "TO LIT," "LOST,"
"f 0UND,"4o.,ln this column, occapyins At lines
or less, two Insertions, twenty-five cents.
WANTED-SITUATION AS HOUSE-KKBPBR-By
ii American lady, well ac
quainted with all the details of housekeeping. Ref
ereocee given and required. Would not ouject to
Suing few mllee into the country. Add reus Mrs.
WANTED COOK A young man of
good habits, who known bow to cook for a
reatanranl: Herman pre lerred. Noolherneed apply.
Call at KNDKKSS'8 Dining Halooo, 31t Viae-itreet.
WANTED 2S SHOEMAKERS To work
on Indies' shoes. Apply tuMABKTKNNl
SO M.3I0 Main -atrfot. eepffl-b
WANTED SITUATION By a young
man who has bad eight years' experience In
the drug Hiid prescription buslneea. Can give the
molt satisfactory references. Address J. K. T., Box
, Covington, Ky. sepUM
WANTED Boarding and room in private
family where there are few or nonthor hoard
ers. Address W. B. T., box 719 postofnce. Refer
ences given. sepTO-h
WANTED ROOMS Five (mail rooms
in a respectable part of Hie city, suitable for
a small family. Kent not more than 9100. Artilrena
BOO ill, lot Walnut-street House. gepaa-li
WANTED HELP Two men used to
I lie care of horses anil cnws. Make uo delay,
Mien, your services are required immediately. Apply
nt the (iuuornl Intelligence Agency, No. 3 2 Western,
low. Ja2-bj A. D.CAUSON &W.
WANTED HELP Clerks, Salesmen,
Book-keeper. Bar-keepers, Porteri, Coopers,
minuthvrH.i'iin llnd sitmttions by applying to HA LB
.1 CO., Merchants' Clerks ltegislry Office, 201 Wont
WANTED BOY To attend in grocery
slore; two girls to Oil a iltuatinn a abort dis
tance Initio country; a cook, and girls tor general
work, can have good places in city and country,
't'hoau seeking help will llnd thla the beat place to
gMt aiipplicd on ehort notice and easy lornis. Apply
at my ollice, 307 Dim and Ninth-etreeta.
sepM-a THOMAS BUCHANAN.
WANTED SITUATION By a young
man whocan give unexceptionable reference,
a situation as assistant book-keeper, or as copying
clsrk in a resnoclublo business. Hillary reasonable.
Address KTHELWCRT 0. DUNHTON, Hnmiltop,
Butler County, 0., giving real name and business.
WANTED INFORMATION Of Eldo
rottn Thompson, aged 10 years, who formerly
lived wit" Mr. Oussady, on George-street, between
Mound ami Cutter. Any information left for "W.,"
at this ofllce, will be thankfully received by her
WANTED COPYING A lady who
writes a good, fair, round band, wlahes to
occupy part of hr time in copying. Work Intruded
to her will be well anil promptly done. Address "D.
J.U," I'eiiny Press olhce. sepM-h
WANTED AGENTS Reliable agents
in every city nail village in theTTnited Hta.es.
Halnry $W0 per month; conditionally, $20 capital re
quired. For particulars address (stamp inclosed)
Ooooral Information Agency, Ho. 382 Western-row.
sepa-tf A. D. CAB80N A CO.
WANTED ROOM A furnished room
fur a slnglo gontloinan, without board. Ail
dress "Tt" at this ofllce eepis-b
WANTED BOY A smart, stout boy at
Caledonia Shades, 1W Vine-street. sopW-b
WANTED GIRL A girl to do general
housework In a email family. Inquire at No,
112 Hopkins-street. Done need apply but sorb, as can
come well recommended. ep28-b
WT ANTED TO NURSE A child to
. , ".nrs0,h respectable lady who has just lout
her child. Inniiiro at 110 John-street, between
Fourth and Fifih. , scpM b'
VVANTED-200 MENWho wants work?
W w Clerks, mechanhs, waiters, porters, bar
hecpers, hostlers, roamaters, men used to country
lite, Ac. Also, a large number of female servants for
vnnks, dining-room, chamber and nurse girls, nnd
uirlH lor general honsowork, in city and country.
All In want of work aro invited to call early and they
1 l - .1 " " I'K"-'. nv VUI Willie, JMU. "-..
we,crn-row. tur terms are so voiy moderate that
itio poorest inaj sccuro tbo services ol our agency.
WANTED A family residing in New-
port, having two iinl'iirniehefl ronniaitlann.
gaged, wish to hear of respectable single, or widow
lady without children to occupy same, the best of
relerence. will he required. Address "HEW POUT,"
tit office of this p.iper.
WANTED SITUATION By a boy 15
wra old, to learn the retail grocery business.
Is willing to stay lour years, Address S. JH. W at
WANTED ASENTS To sell a desirable
work jnst published, "Julian' Interest
Table," containing accurate calculations ol Interest
at A, S. 7,8, ' and Mi percent., both simple and coin
pound, on all sums from one cent to 810,000, and from
one day to i i years. A rare opportunity to make
money in the sale or this new, cheap and useful
work, (or Inrtber information as to success, testi
mony In its favor, ami terms, address (stamp Inclosed.)
or apply to J. HAZARD rAVJ8, 427 Fifth-street,
IjIOR RENT ROOM Ono or two tingle
eentlemnn can 1 accommodated with afiir
nlsheil frontsheping room, with gas, In a reapecta
ole private iamily, where no boardera are kept. Ap.
ply at No. m Lungworth-street, near rium. Kefrr
enreremilrod. sepl'ili -
K10R RENT HOUSE A briok house, No.
. 'Milton street, corner of Broadway. 8 rooms
and hall, luuuiro of 11. MKWMAM, 175 Main-street.
FOR RENT A HOUSE In Falton with
eight rooms and store-room, r rice of the whole
Imiiie twniity dollara per month. Iminlre of ,1.
tVAKNKB, Lumber ilercliaut, cornor Western-row
IilOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS Two
- or three gentlemen can bo accommodated wit li
comfortable furnished rooms. Apply at 205 Third
street, corner of 1'liini. seo'.'8-b
fJQH SALE LOT In the town of Callfor
. nia, (Ihlo, (proper terminus of tho Klflh street
Markelainl IVnilletou aud (!olumbiatltreet Bail road)
very low for cash or acceptable trade,
WAKKKN h. DAVIS, House aud sign Painter,
xepaH-aw TS West Thlrd-st., Cincinnati.
1?I0R SALE PAPERS Several thousand
old papers at 29c. per hundred, at this office.
Ii'OR SALE FIRE Not? is the time to
secure your kindling wood, loo loads can bs
had at llinklo, Guild A Co.'s, at reduced prices.
Iirop vnnr ordors in the postofflco, or send to factory,
Ko, Hi'.1) West Kront-stieet. epM-d
IilOR SALE DINING SALOON The old
. mid well-established Dining rJaloou, at No. 8
y.mt Fourth-street, having seventy-rive prompt pay
ing boardera, and a good transient trade. For further
particulars inquire on the premises. sep23b
SI OR SALE A German boarding and cof
fee home for iale low If applied fur soon. It Is
located on the cornor of one of the markets, and is
doing a vory good buniness. Any one acquainted
With the boarding house and bar custom can make a
well-paylng purchase. Apply to Dr. F.BIKDElt, No.
73 West Third -street, up stairs. sop27-aw
TMOR SALE LAND Twenty-eight and
Jt- one-half acres of land, (25 acres cleared.) oue
lialfruilo from 51ilforl Ballroad Station. The land
is new, well fenced, and no building. For particulars
inquire or MJl'lM A. ALLKN, Penny Press oftlco,
or I.C, WOOUUUFF, Milford fetation. sep26.aw
I7I0R SALE HOUSE AND LOT Situated
. on Belts-street, between Cutter and Linn, north
side, No. tw-prlce $J,8ti. Lot 2I feet front bv ft'i feet
deep, to 14 toot alley. Payments, one-third cash
balance in one aud two years, secured by mortgago.
1"0R SALK OR TRADE LAND Eighty
acres orbestcjiinlity farm! gland, (unimproved)
in Mercer County, Ohio, Price, II, 0(O one-fourth
down and the balance In ono, two and three years
or will be exchanged fora sma improved farm or
other property, Hour the Ohio Biver. WAKKKN L.
lHVIH.nouseandijlgn rainier, No. 72 West Third
street, Cincinnati. - - . . aep23aw
BOARDING Two gentlomen desiring a
pleasant place to board in a private family
where there are a few boarders, would do well to call
at No. 107 Longworth-stroet, between Elm and Plum.
Terms modoiale. sep20-li
BOARDING HOUSE A first-clajs board
ing house, 177 Sycamore-street, between Fifth
and Sixth, west side. Large, airy, unfurnished
rooms lor families, Accommodation for single gen
tlemen. sep2s-aw T. A. HOWE.
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN. ATTORNEY
and Conasellor at Law, Okaee1! Snlldlag
Third street, J doors Seat of Main. m
LAN E k BODLEY,
; MiWOTAOTDEllS Of T
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Corner John nad Water ts.iClnelanatl,0.
IJINEAPPLES IN GLASS. A VERY
ti no article, pntttp by Wells A Provost, New
York, in store and for sale by
. JOHN FERQUf ON, Grocer,
sop.ll Corner Hiutli and Viuc-slreets,
Ir jou waut a servant, advertise In
TI1K PBNNY PHES8
Ir yon want house, advertise in
TUK PENNY PIIHH8.
Ir yon want to sell anything, advertise In
THE PENNY PRESS.
Ir yon want to buy anything, advertise In
TUK PENNY PREHS.
Im fact, every want supplied by advertising in
THE PENNY PREHS.
jj Penny Preei .to be bad every
inorulug at the Countlng-iooiu door.
Only oue cent.
pSf Meteorologloal observations for the
Pkknt Pkis.i, by Henry Ware, Optician, No.
7 West Fourth-street, September 28, 1859.
O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer.
7 A.M....... 29.hl 1,4
12 H H)M li'J
6 P. Al 29.60 tie
Cirri i it Mcntir'b Silvib Coenit. The
silver oornet intended as a testimonial to Mr.
A. Mentor, leader of the American Cornet
Band, of this city, arrived yesterday by ex
press. We were permitted, last evening, to
take a peep at the instrument, and take pleas
are in saying that it retlools muoh credit on
the manufacturer. It was manufactured by
Mr. Isaac I'lak, of Worcester, Mass., at a cost
of $250, and ii of pure silver. The bell is
magnificently embellished with a gold wrcsth.
Near the oenter ia a solid gold shield, on which
is the following inscription:
. Presented to
CAPTAIN ALMON MENTOR,
LEADIB Or THS .
American Cornet Band,
KBISHDB AND AOMlBEHS,
As a testimonial appreciative of his standing as a
MUSICIAN AND GENTLEMAN.
Cincinnati, BtrriMitra, is.vj.
The committee having the matter in charge
will hold a meeting this evening, when prepar
ations will be made for the presentation, Which,
we understand, will come off, with a grand
concert, in about two weeks. The instrument
will be on exhibition at some prominent place,
perhaps ia the Mechanics' Fair, so that all
may have an opportunity of seeing the finest
piece of workmanship In America, We are
informed by those who profess to know that it
is perfect in tone. In this connection we take
pleasure in saying there is no man more de
serving of suoh a testimonial than Captain
City Fikancfs. We are indebted to Deputy
City Auditor Shultt for the following table,
showing the expenditures for the week oading
Watch Fund $2 00
Interest ' 133
Sinking Fund .'o tw
Fire Department Fund S78 66
Police Court Fond , fin tin
City Prison Fund - 2l. TO
General Fund 1 .01 A 61
Common School Fund 11,691 :13
Total,..,, ,......$15,11? 08
Remaining in tho City Treasury:
General Fund.. $99,871) H
Watch Fund. i ,,.. 61 4'j
Interest Fund 6Ti,!W 13
superior Court Fund 7,211 09
Firo Department Fuud 2U.921 fin
Light Fund M
Work-homo Fund , 4,327 43
Common School Fund ,., (jm ij
Colored School Fund 4,3S7 10
Total , .., sari, mm a
A Hamdsome Prbsent. Messrs. Hegga A
Smith, jewelers, Xo. 6 West Fourth-street,
have just finished a magnificent sot of silver
ware, Which will Bhortlybo presented to Rev.
W, R. Nicholson, former pastor of St. John's
(Episcopal) Church. The sot consists of a
large salvor, pitcher, two goblets, lined with
gold, and an ico-bowl on which is engraved
the name of Sirs. Nicholson. Tho salver is
beautifully ornamented with a view of St.
John's Church, and bears the following in
scription: "Rev. W. K. Nioholson, 1). D.,
from bis friends of SU - John's Episcopal
Church, Cincinnati, 0." Tho service will be
on exhibition at the Mechanics' Fair every
Splendid Plate. At tho Industrial Exhi
bition at tho Opera-houso, the beautiful sorv
ieo of plate presented to the Rev. Mr. Nichol
son by some of his late congregatioa is to be
seen to-day, AIbo, the finost silver cornet
ever made will be thero this afternoon. It is
right from the manufactory, and is to be used
by that prince of musicians, Captain Mentor,
to whom it is to be presented. Let the million
see it, and then lot them hear it, when the
professor gives it inspiration with his touch.
Runaway. A horse attached to an exprois
wagon, the property of a grocery-keeper on
the eorner of Westorn-row and Everett-street,
became frightened on Walnut-street, in front
of the Gibson House, yesterday afternoon, and
ran off, upsetting the vehicle and throwing the
driver on the sidewalk. He fortunately es
caped without injury, but the wagon was con
siderably smashed np. f
Ovstirs Frksh, Fat and Fink. As the
oyster season has fairly sot in it behooves our
citizens to seloot some particular dealer from
whom to receive supplies during tho cold
weather. In so doing, tbey will want a person
In whom they can repose the utmost confi
dence, and one who does not misrepresent,
We commend Robert Orr, No. 11 West Fifth
street, as such a one. Give him a trial.
BvBGtiiRT. The ladles' shoe store kept by
Mrs. Riohardson, on the southwest eorner of
Seventh and Plum-streets, was burglariously
entered at an early hour yesterday morning,
and robbed to the amount of $185. A pair of
diamond ear-rings, the property of a lady
boarder, Mrs. Dixon, were also taken. The
thieves gained an entrunoe through a window
To thi Ladiks. We desire to inform our
readers, particularly our lady readers, of a
forthcoming event fraught with considerable
importance to them. It will lake place on the
first day of October, at No. 175 Vine-street,
above Fourth. For particulars see the oard of
Mrs. W. L. Hudson, in another , column.
From what we know of the good tasto of the
exhibitor, something eminently elegant and
rare may bo looked for.
Removal. The heretofore popular New York
Ladies' Shoe-store is now romoved and has be
oome part and parcel of Lewis's Basaar, at
No. 02 Fourth-street, opposite the Post-office.
The Basaar has already become a featuro of
this fashionable mart, and the addition of the
ladies' shoe department must ronder it still
' Bound to Hold Him. A young man named
Loroy Majors was charged in the Police
Court, yesterday, with carrying concealed
weapons. Tho chnrge was not sustained,
when he was charged with vagrancy. Ho
will be tried to-day, and, if acquitted, we
firesume will be tried for "peddling without
Dismissed. The charge of grand larceny
against Mr.G. W. Campbell the particulars
or which we published yesterday was dis
missed in the Police Court yesterday. Tho
parties refused to prosecute. : '
S. H. Parrin, the pioneer advertising agent
of the Quoen City, has removed to 92 West
Fourth-street, where he has secured apartments
more adequate to his rapidly growing trado.
We take pleasure in recommending Mr. P. to
any of our merohants desiring intercourse with
nowspapera published elsewhere. '
Mr. and Mrs. Bitter wereobarged in the Po
lice Court yesterday, by Mr. and Mrs. Christo
pher, with an assault and battery. As Mrs.
Bitter was proved to be a bitter Individual, she
was fined $5 and costs. Mr. Bitter was suf
fered to depart. The assault was committed
some titno since.
The express train on the Ohio k Mississippi
Railroad, due here at seven o'clock yesterday
morning, was thrown from the track when
near Delaware station. The oars were badly
smashed. A brakesman, whose name we
could not learn, had his leg broke, and was
The new railroad bridge over the mouth ef
Mill Creek is to be tested next Saturday after
noon. It is a magnificent struoture and reflects
much credit on the builders.
As the freight train was coming in on the
Indianapolis and Cincinnati Railroad last even
ing, and when near Harriet-street, the locomo
tive was thrown from the track. No one was
The children of St, Philomenian Holy
Trinity (Catholic) School, visited the ex
hibition of Butts's Panorama of the New
Testament, at Melodeon Hall, yeBterday, ac
companied by their teachers.
John Charley, for stealing $14 from a deck
hand on one of the steamboats lying at the
wharf, was committed to the County Jail fur
the term of two months, by Judge Lowe,
Frank Dungen and Rebecca Burns received
the benefit of four months each in the County
Jail, yesterday. Tbey were found guilty of
sieming a iu 01 ciouiiug.
The oharge against John Ward, a steamboat
cook, of passing counterfeit money, was oalled
In the Police Court, yesterday.. He was com
mitted for examination to-day.
It is rumored that Mrs. Caroline Churohlll
Is about to institute suit for damages against
Richard W. Neff, the alleged murderer of her
husband. . (
Bring your job work of every description
to the Pinny Prkss if yon want it executed in
The Jewish New-Year oomuenoed last even
ing. To-day is the first day of Tishri. Services
will be held in the synagogues for trro days.
The Board of Equalization have discovered
an omission of one aore of land in the Asses
sor's returns of the Twelfth Ward.
John Tnrrnri. fnl ailvtnrt riAHMAAlal wAtm-
ons, was fined $5 and costs by the Police
Kflio Vnnlv R.nrl 7!1l2n.ftlllnn wnm annt nrn.
the way for thirty days) yesterday, for street-
rortv-twi) nnranna wern tr!1 for vn virtu (1
offenses in the Tolice Court yesterday. .
The Onnosittan meet In fTniirH
spaoo) this evening, to ratify their ticket.
Four persons were discharged from the.
City Council Procm dings. Mr. Noble pre
sented a petition from I. & B. Bruce, request
ing the city to pay the sum of $13 SO, the
value ef glass broken by the firing of cannon
on the 17th inBt. Mr. N. Introduced an ordi
nance appropriating that Slim, and mado tome
remarks declaring the firipg of eannon In the
streets to be a nuisance. The Counoil refused
to lay it on the table, but referred it to the Com
mittee an Law, and the communication to the
, A number of communications, local ah-) per
sonal in their charaoter, were then disposed it.
Mr. Perry asked to obtain leave to 'n'm
duco an amendment to the. city railroad ordi
nances, repealing that seotion of the ordinance
which requires street railroad companies to
purchase omnibuses and stook, and also to re
peal that portion of the ordinanoe which re
quires the companios to bowlder all streets on
which they have a line of road, from ourb to
After considerable discussion, in which it
was stated that a resolution had been passed
by the Council not to discuss anything connect
ed with street railroads for the period of sixty
days, the ordinanoe was withdrawn.
Mr. Perry then moved to suspond the rules
in ordor to report the said resolution. Lost.
Mr. Whitcomb offered a resolution to en
force the lighting of the streets along tho
Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, according to
the provision of an ordinance for that pur
' Mr. Shaffer moved to suspend the rules to
introduce tho subject of stroet railroads.
A communication was presented by the
Frcaident, proposing to improve the Ohio
River. It was as follows:
"Tho undersigned proposes to open and
keep open the channel of the Ohio River to
two and a half feet to Pittsburg, and throe
and a half fee; or more to Cairo, forty feet
wide, at all seasons of the year, providod
your city will contribute the sum of fifty
thousand dollars per annum for the term of
five or ten years fifty thousand dollars pay
able in cash, or six per cent. bondB, thirty to
fifty years date, when tho work is completed,
and fifty thousand dollars, annually, for the
terra of five or ten years; provided, also, that
other cities and towns interested make pro
portionate appropriations, with an under
standing that said contributors shall be pro
portionately benefited or relieved thereby
an answer to be givon before tho dredges,
now building here, leave for the South.
"E. B. BISHOP.
"Madison, Ind., September 13, 1859."
The communication gave rise to a humor
ous debate and motion b of referonce. Re
ferred to Committee on Publio Landing.
The Auditor's report was received by Counoil.
Mr. Weasner, Chairman of the Finanoe Com
mittee, offered a resolution to authorize the
borrowing of $9,000 from Groesbeek fc Co.
for the watch fund. Carried.
The rules were suspended to permit the pas
sage of an ordinanoe appropriating money to
pay the eurrent expenses of the olty for the
month of October. . ...
An ordinance was introduced and referred to
the Trustees of the Sixteenth Ward, in con
nection with the City Solicitor, appropriating
$23 to John M. Heissfor filling up a pond.
Tho communication from W. H. Harrison
and others, purchasers of the property on
Western-row known as the "Hospital prop
erty," staling there were doubts as to their
title, and asking the city to refund the
purchase money, with interest and taxes, and
take back the property, and whiehiad been
referred, was reported upon favoiufny by the
committee, and a resolution offered directing the
Finance Committee, ia connection with the
City Auditor and Solicitor, to refund the
money asked, on receiving from them a deed
for the property. '
The report was received, and the resolution
was referred to the Finanoe Committee in con
nection with the City Solioiter. ' "
An ordinance was introduced appropriating
$2,000 to Wittomer & Co., for damages sus
tained by them far ohanging the grade of
Fifth-street between Pike and tne Miami ca
nal thev agreoine to release the olty from any
future damages occasioned by any change of
Mr. Kiersted moved to strike out $2,000 and
insert $1,500 instead. Lost.
Mr. Perry moved to adjourn. Carried.
p9" The County Commissioners yesterday,
passed the following orders :
Po A. rraw, for watering Sycamore-street be
tween limit and Abigail-streets monthi...5.H 00
To Liober A Hon, liedstead for jail..; 1 21
To J. D. Webb, for medical examination iu
. esse of State ef Ohio vat Jiunee Mulligan S 00
' ... ... ; . J ,
' Totl.,..-..B.-................ 927
Mary Wilson and Augustus Cony were dis
charged by the Board from the Counly Juil, in
consequence of their being unable to p fine
Old Woodwabd. Thejannual re-union of
the "Old Woodward Club" .takes place to-day,
A game of foot-ball, address ana upper will
the order 01 exweisw.
10T Thote In want of a good stove one
that will satisfactorily perform all that is re
quired In household affairs would do well to
sail at C. W. MackelfreBh's, No. 2'H West
Fifth-street.' He also has on hand tin and
lino ware, sheet-Iron, roofing materials, &o.
Can't Aoirk. Samuel Wells and Martha,
his wifo, were before bis Honor, Jadge Lowe,
yesterday, charged with disordorly conduct.
It appeared in evidence that this unfortunate
couple were continually grumbling and fight
ing. They were fined $3 and costs each.
JfT Wo noticed tho following distinguished
arrivals at the Spencer House yesterday :
Bishop B. B. Smith, Ky.; Rev. E. W. Se
bon, Ky.; Rev. R. J. Breckenridgn, Ky.; Rev.
John Burke, Chaplain U. S. A.; B. F. Sedg
wick, Ky.; Rev. O. Evans, Ohio ; Rev. G. P.
Bergen, Ohio ; Rev. J. B. Dodd, Ky.
The Mammoth Mull The managers of the
big mule have determined to give him (the
mule) a view of Xenla and the inhabitants,
who are expeoted to take a r-view of the high
proportions of the largest mule known in the
J. C. Towkos k Co. This fashionable hat
house, 149 Main-street, should be visited by
those who desire a fasbionablo dress hat, or
anything else In the hat or cap line. A choice
assortment of fancy goods just received,
' ' 359 For the best cooking and healing
stoves, go to Chas. Mackelfrosb, north side of
Fifth-street, wost of Western-row. He has
alio a large and desirable stock of tin-ware.
That eallione at the Mechanics' Fair is
attracting eoniiderable attention. It speaks
ngnt out, as tne Doys in tne JSiuiiurer othoe
Two thousand old papers for sale, suit
able for wrapping furniture. Apply at Pinny
Perjury. Samuel Manning will have a
hearing before Judge Lowo, noxt Saturday,
on a charge of perjury.
City Piuson. Thirteen porsona wore ro
ceived at tho City Prison yesterday ten.
mates ana mrce icmaios.
A musical entertainment of rare merit will
he aftoldei! our citizens to-night at Smith A Nixon'a
Hall. Mias Uoorgina 1'aigo one of the family of our
own muxical cellbritlea, haa just returned from the
Hoiith and gives her first grand vocal andinstm
mental concert since hnr return from the Mouth.
IIIhs Paige will sing "The Shulow 80 no." the bean.
tiful composition from Meyorlner's new opera, Tho
analetance of her father, tletcr, Mr. Tosso and War
wood will be wiven. laet the lady receive a benoflt.
Jacob Uoh ajipSurM before tfudge Carter
and a jury, to answer en Indictment chk.ing 11 1 111
with recelvina; from SlurtliaO'Koil sixty-live dollars,
knowing it to have been stolen, Tim money wan
takon from ftoglily, a private watchman, on thclflth
01 this month, lie aUtRcd that it was in hU panta
pocket, nnd had boen placed under hln pillow when
lie went to bod on that morning, bis biufncss requir
ing him tobo upat nlKlit.
Martha O'Mell was colled to.llio.ltnud, and testified
tlintsho gare tlie money to tho dofendarit It was in
gold. (Tb.li witness had heretofore pleaded guilty of
On cross-examination she said she did not tell the
defendant that It was stolen, but told him she had
found It on Flflll-streot. Hue declined to answer a
question put by tho tato, in to ''whutllertlle defend
ant was her man:" but said alio was acquainted with
him two years, she had been living about ono week
iu t he bouse whoro she took the money. -
The policeman who made the nrreet testified that
Ihe money wan found iu a coffee-house in the wextorn
roflhecity, where It had been loft by defendant;
also, thai defendant, after being told that It was
stolen, refuscHl at Hrat to tell anything about it. '
A number of witueseos wero examined, who testified-that
the character of Horn for honesty was good
ri'ovloim to this chargo. ultliougll ho had bedn arrest
ed sometimes for disorderly conduct. Ilicjury found
a verdict of guilty.
W. H. Kerr for the State; T. Powell and J. W.
Caldwell tor det'ouee.
A nolle proaeqnl was entered 111 Hie cute of tbo
State unainst W. Neely, Indicted for burglary.
Jan. W. lliloy (Iiulictod with Jnmos iMillor, who en
tered a plea of guilty) waa placod on trial charged
with paaaing a counterfeit bill on Alatbiaa Vrenih
on tlie I L'th J uly. ilillor passed the bill; defendant
was with Mm.
fAny communications from our friends will be
thankfully received. Address " Tress lieporter,'
nw Ml. Ilnvlitfflon. Kv 1 '
Commonwealth vs. Toweu. This cose
went to the jury yosterilny evening about three
o'clock, having been nbly argued by Mr. Arthur fur
the prosecution, and Monsru. gtevenaon A l'ryer for
tlie defenco. About four o'clock the jury returned a
verdict of not guilty. As Mr. Powell Ik a well-known
hualneas man In Cincinnati, and in high standing,
and the matter has hitherto been adverted to by the
public prose, we will givo a statement of tho tacts,
aa furnished us by anuttorney, with every facility lor
understanding them. It appcarx that Ma.iorGoodson,
of this city, held a note against Wm. Bird Powell,
who.tosutiafy it, transferred lilm anaccoiintagainst
Mr. I). A. I'oweil, the defendant In this prosecution.
Suit was brought on the claim and judgment ob
tained. The defendant claimed that judgment given
against him was for a greater amount than he jintly
owed, aud at asiibseijuent term of the court, he hied
an affidavit drawn up by Judge Klnkead for the
purpose ol Betting the judgment aside, Hotting forth
that be never prumihed to pay the amount to Major
Goodson. Thin h did under the advice of Air. Kin
kead, who was his counsel in the case. At tho M arch
term, 1H.V.I, Mr. I'oweil wsa indicted by the Grand
Jury of Kenton County for "false aweariug under
tlie itatuto." A demurrer to the indictment waa
Hied, and sustained in the Circuit Court. Theiiea
tlon was, however, carried to the Court of Appeals,
and reversed, upon the ground that the fuels atateij
In tho Indictment, if true, coustilu'e the crime
charged, ami on demurrer tho avermenta In the in
dictment must be taken as true. Thecasn then came
hack lor trial eu its merits, with the result wo give
above. Mr. P. was warmly congratulated by hie
numerous friends when the verdict of the jury was
Tho following gentlemen were appointed,
night before lat, by the members of the Kenton
Lodge oi Oild-Followa, to represent them in the next
(iraud Lodge of the Stale of Kentucky: Amos
!cuenkle,Oorgo Rodifer, K. Itees, J. W. Farrell.C.
Beam, W, W. lloan.
Three petty casos were doolded yesterday
morning by the Mayor. Mr. Phelps cloned tlie argu
ment on the constitutionality ef the buuday liiiuor
ordinance. The Muvnr sustained the law, but the
flue was suxpemled, for the purpose of allowing the
case to be carried to the Circuit Court.
John A. Moore is our authoriiod agent for
Covington. Our patrons will And him prompt and
An Irish light occurred on Msdison-strcet
yesterday afternoon, but nothing terrible resulted.
The parties were arms ted.
IBubscrlptlons, advertisements and nammnnira-Hons,
addressed to the 'Trees Beporter," Box SA, will
be attended t.
Drowhkd, Geo. Meyers, a Gorman, in the
employer Dr. Taylor, mtrsoryaian, near Brooklvn,
diove a pair of hones attached to a wagon into the
river, at tbe foot of Monmonth-stroot, yosterday
evening, ho far that he waa unable to get to shore
again, and ho and bolli his horses wero drowned.
The bodies of the horses, together with the wagon,
were brought to shore, but, up to eight o'clock, ;no
trace of tho body of the unfortunate man could be
discovered. He waa about thirty years of age, and
A Biiutx. An individual named Skane
heek, residing near the bridge, haa been in tbe hnblt
of returning home at night drunk and maltreating
his family. Night before last he appeared desirous
toout-brutallre himself, and he neat his wife In a
most acandalons manner. Her crios of "murder!"
and "help!" aroused the neighbors, whose presence
compelled the fiend to desist, lie ought to be dealt
with according to law,
' William Smith and David Cotts, two fast
?'oung men, were yesterday fined f.1 aud costs each,
or getting rather glorious on the previous ovening.
They believed this to bo a free country and that they
bad a right to do as they pleased; but tho Mnyor
thought otherwise, and we rather "guess" ho will be
sustained by the people
We see preparations are being made for the
improvement of many of the vacant lots in the
neighborhood of Licking Biver.
Workmen are laying down a new sidewalk
on the south aide of Bellevue-street, west of Cabot.
This Improvement has been long needed.
II IWIl JBI
New York Cattle Market.
NEW YORK, September 28.
Beeves: receipts 4,500 head. Prices have
declined: sales at vc. Sheep firm; receipts U,:m
head. Swine heavy; receipts 3,5uo head: sales at HM
oo. , - .
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, September 28—P. M.
Sales 8,000 biles Cotton. Flour steady.
Exchango ou How York H premium,
WEDNESDAY, September 28—3 P. M.
Currency continues in active demand, the
rate being livii I 'percent, for good uamee, short date.
Willi the bankers there Is a snpral eomnlalnt In .-e-
ganl tolhoM-arcliyof Currency and Exchange.
Kastern Exchange wn itiotc tirni at H premium
aelliiis rale; buying at ' premium, fume firms paid
-V, cenla for Kxcliunge to-day, aa they bad drawn
down the Ksstorn balance to a low flgnro.
flolddullat.'Urmita buying; wiling at ViiiH. '
New Orleans exchange par buy lug; eulljug at 4(i.
Ko change lu Uncnrrcut Funds. !
Cincinnati Produce Market.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, September 28, 1859.
PIjUL'H -The uenmnd was morn activo to-day,
with a epeuulnt ive fooling, and prices were lis-, per
hrl. higher. The lelos were 1 .3011 brla. nt tl M
for extra; mi peril u aol.l at $1 T.'t)t HI. 2,;; brls.
were recelred the last twenty-fonr iioiirs.
WHI.iKY 'The demand coutiunea active, ami
firii'cs higher. Hob's of too brls. at IX.Wsc., the
alter rate for wagon.
1' HOV ISION.i -Tbore waa a fair demand fur Bacon
lo-dny, which was met with rather more freedom.
Tlie sales comprise IK) hlida. at 7M and liV. lor
Hhuulilora aud hides: ahd i.im Urn. Sides at vSc.
loose; ion brla, mess Pork at $15, and 30 tierces Lard
at l lo.
Ill I, A sale of til brla. Linseed at .V-Sc
GKIICklilKH-An active demand for Sugar, With'
aalea of a hhds, at 7(a.c. Molasses la held at Inc.
pretty generally; 4n bile, sold at Xlu. Coffee un
changed and firm at rnll pricaa.
WHBAT Tbe market waa rather quiet lo-day,
though prices are well unstained, Males I.IKKI bushels
Sri mo white at (I in; l,.H) do. nt $1 ln(il Ii; too do.
anieged at Hlo.; and .tin do prime red at (I.
CORN The market Is very firm, and prices have
further advanced, with sales of l,iMuhuahela at moc.
HAUL ICY A sale of fm bushels xprl ng nt 7c. A
moderate demand at 70c. for strictly prime tall; '.
7oc. for good do., aud C'Kffi'oc. for good lo prime
H Y K Demand fair and prices Arm at 75c.
OATS The demand is active, with email receipts,
and prices have advanced to 18c. on arrival aud 30c.
11UTTKR A sale or 20 firkins prlnio Western Re
serve at ISn)l7o.
CHKKBK Market firm, with a good demand. Sales
.'sJO boxes prime Western Reserve at S?4c.! 100 do. ex
tra large do. at Uo.; am do. Orange Kami, E. 1., at
lie; Inn do. Durham Farm, E. D., at lie, and 7.)
cases Morton's Pineapple at lfc.
Arriv.i,-Jacob Btrader, Lonlavllloj Forest
(Jucen, BlaaBou; Fairy Queen, Mayaville.
OKPARtUHiu-Jacob Ntrader, Louisville; Forest
ifuei'ii, maoiNiiu, rairy vueen, jnnysviue; j. u. Ual
lioun, New Orleans; Munucrlyn. do,; St. Louis, Pitts
burg; J. W. Cheesuian, St. Louis.
New York Market.
NEW YORK, September 28—P. M.
Cotton flati Bales 2,000 bales. ' '.
Flour market HKgilSo. bettor, with sales of li.tuo
brla. at St (Ki 75 for superfine State; (l 7.H'' for
extra State; ti fio-l 80 for superfine Western; 81 Hi
(c.i It) for common to medium extra Western, and
$9 -lii!) 6'f for inferior to good shipping brands extra
round-hoop Ohio, "losing llrm. Canadian Flour bet
ter: sales XjO brls at JI rtkSS'i-'iforcquimon to choice
extra. 11 yo Flour In fair rerjliest nt 13 7S(ffi4 40.
Wheat firm, and 2o. better: sales .'il,ooo bushels at
ls. for No. t 1 1 for No. 1 Chlt iig3 spring: Si for Mo.
1 Mllwnnkie; SI avail no for red luwn, and $1 lo(rtl 12
for red btato; tl 2:?.l 30 lor rod Indiana; Si Zli,f 2.1'$
for white Canadian; Si l 4aforwhlte Kentucky.
Rye steady: sales 1,KID bnshnla at SI0. Barley ojiilet at
5."'.ioc. Com heavy and lower, with sales of 8,(W
bnabels at Oue, in store fof mixed Western, and vie.
for yellow, (latsstoady at 41ra)13,Sgc. for gtatejand 40
(?M4c. for Wejitern and Cunndiau.
Wh isky dull, with sules .WO brls. at 2THr;
Pork lower, with enles 3,110 brls. at fin 831." 90
for mess; $10 M for prime, and JH 87 for thin mow,
Including 1,000 brie, mess at seller's option all the
year, on private terms; and SOU brls. mens, buyer's op
tion to the l-'ith October, at !i: v Beef dull: aalea
170 brlfl. fct 4 TWjhS for prime; .i oo6 w lor moss; "0
f,9 M for re-pacf!Cd rffeas, und JtOeHU for extra mess,
eof Hums nnd prime mesa lleef quiet and un
changed. Cut Jleats aio eoaico aud llrm at, SC. for
Shoulders, anil for Hams. Il.icoa steady. 100
tierces bagged Hums at llillc. Lard Steady:
sales .US brls. at 1011Mc -,
In Butter thero is a fair business doing atl217c.
for Ohio, and 102io. for Btute. Cheese in fair ro
quest at9'J$c. tor prime.
Molasses quiet, but steady at 34 lie.
Pis Iron dull at SUl 3u(em
Tobacco firm: sales lou casts Ohio, by auction, at
3eWo. . ' -j
Tho Sale of Teas to-day waa very excited and spir
ited, black rim full Hr ner cent, in Drice. and cruena
about 8 nor cent. Tho following' prices wero obtained:
Hyson-tWin,WW.L 'Oring; "'on wma)MO.-uuii-n,iilerri'(til
c.: Imnerial 27((Wilo.: Twaukav SIX
3nHa.; IIj'moii Twankay ao('037c.; Souchong W3l'o.
Oolong 40(d)! lc; Hyson Skin ZiiHo.
BALTIMORE, September 28.
dull i sates of Howard and Ohio at $5.
Wheat: sales lUKsl huxbelg, the market opcnlux
liitovKiit hut cIimIiicUuii : wijlie it ihhm Mi red Al l.
Corn s3(ic.'ic. for yellow and i'(5.slc. for white. 1'ro
viHiuns steady. Whisky; miles of city at 27c, a do
pS"l'ci a good Photograph, Melainotypo
or Ambrotypo, don't fail to call at the Central Gal
lery, corner of Fifth and Woalcrn-row, iu charge of
A. S. BL0OU.' ' ft ,- . .-
$gjr h. E. Eystor, Clocks, Watches and
Jowelry, Nos. 311 and 271 Western-row.
pif Dnguorroian Gallery, sonth-wost cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford's
drug storo. Plcturoa taken and put iu good cases for
twenty cents. Warranted to pleaso.
Cahtal PtiNiBHJiitJiT IN Pbussia. At Bran
denburg, in Prussia, a short time ago a mar
ried couplo named Voigt, work-people con
demned to death for poisouinp; au old man
name Schado in order to rob him, wore exe
cuted. As usual iu Prusaia, the execution
took placo ia the interior of the prison, in
presence only of tho public prosecutor, two
surgeons, a clergyman, and twelve citizens
chosen by lot. Iho woman fainted on boing
told that her last hour had arrived, and all
attempts lo restore hor to consciousness hav
ing tailed, she was boheaded in a state of in
sensibility. The husband walkod calmly to
the scaffold repealing a prayer. Tho heads
of both were struck oil' by an executioner.
Aflor the execution placards were stuck up
over tho town announcing that it had taken
place. For tweuty-throo years there had
been uo execution in tho town.
S8A tromendous largo bed of oysters,
said lo be threo or four miles square, was
discovered a fow days sinco oil' Huntington,
lioitg Islqrd, by a party of fisherman from
Norfolk, Collii. The value of Iho plncor is
said to bo more than a million of dollars.
A hundred boats or more were on Saturday
busily at work diminishing tho valuo of this
discovery as rapidly as nanus could work. .
Miss Sarah A. Walker, aged seven
teen, and pretty, whose father is a wealthy
merchant in Cayuga, N. Y., ran away from
homo a fow weeks ago and wont among the
Freo-lovers, at Berlin Ilights. There she
desired to live and die, but alio finding for
associates only a few seedy-looking, long
haired men, and an equal number of hag-
fard-looking women in breeches and short
resses, she returned home.
0Tk srsscrn-kceper of Ilarrisburg, Penn.,
has been arrested and held for trial at the
suit of a widow whose husband had died from
the effects of drinking to excess at the tavern
of tho defendant. A civil suit for damages
will also be instituted.
grThe most important matter considered
at the Universalist National Convention, in
session at Rochester, New York, last week,
was the establishment of a publishing house
under the control of thocenvention.-- A reso
lution was adopted declaring the project de
sirable and expedient, and a committee was
appointed to devise a plan of operations, and
report at the next session of the convention.
f-Ia the early agoa of Christianity
gloves were a part of monastio costume, and
in later periods, formed a part of the Episco
pal habit. The glove was employed by princess
as a token of investiture one to deprive
a person of his gloves was a mark of divesting
him of his office. Throwing down a glove
constituted a challenge, and the taking it np
S0n Tuesday afternoon the whole
county, 'as far as we have heard, seemed, to
swarm with the baU For the suddenness of
their appearance in such remarkable num
bers it is difficult to account. Some conjec
ture that it is ominous of cold weather, and
that they were seeking a more southern lati
tude. Sportsmen enjoyed fine sport in this
vicinity, and large numbers were killed.
Km' (Mil.) Jfew: - -T - n
jpa-A distinguished clergyman in Brooklyn
ii said to nave been "born with a call."
...Mi l ! , '.' .! , .- ,., ,
ITCTION SALEBY H. 8. MILES ;
CO., Sale-rooms, Mo. SJMaln-alreet-flrore-riM.Boota
and Shoes at Aucllen.-Oa THUBSDAT
IiOBHiNii. September , at 9 o clock, a general
variety of staple Qmcertea.
A LSO-2UO boxea Olaaaware: 7S ranee Boots. Shoe
and Brogans; l,Minbdls. Rag and Straw Psper.
sepju , n. b. iiiur.aMJii., aaotioaesra. ,
AUCTION 8AlEe-BY JACOB
GRAFF A (IO.-8ale-rooina No. IS East Fonrlh
street. Fine Oil Paintings, recently brought from
Kurope. THUB.S1J AV AFTERNOON, SepUmber.
, at 3 o'clock, and In tbe evening at 7 o'clock, will
be sold at auction, at our store. No. IS Kaat fonrth
atreet, a large luillectloo of Oil Paintings, Imported
from Kurope by Mr. James Marcher, of Mew York.
They aie all in rich gilt frames; can be eeentn-day
up tothe hour of sale. esp29
FAL.L, AND WINTER
MY & MATLACK,
Have now in store a large and select stock of BTA
FLU and FA NOT DRY GOODS, which, for extent
snd variety, Is unsurpassed, lit: i
A large and general stock of Domestic
Woolen aud Cotton Good.
A splendid line of vejry rich DrersGoodi,
In Silks, Delaines, Merlnoes, and other
fabrics of newest styles.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vttltogt, In
A complete stock of White loofj, Em
broideries and Linen Goods, of our
own importations '
A very extensive stock of Fancy aud
ITai-tnfv flnnAm SS h a 1YT I lla.lavw
Gloves, cilC. : ,
aw We shall be in daily receipt of all n rw and de
sirable Goods during the season, and dislrs to be
placed In competition with any sense, Eat or West,
by an examination of our stock. ' sepljaa
WE INVITE Y0UB PARTICUIAR AT
TENTION to eur large collection of Rich
FRENCH FLO WEI! H, '
X large selection from all the novelties of the sea
son.. Also, the largest and mostooniplete assortment
To bo found In any Jobblng-bouao in the Weet. All
of which we oiler to OAoH AND SHOBT-TlJiS
BUY Ells at EASTERN I'ltHJES. .
W. P. DEV0U & BOCKWOOb,
83 AND 85 PEARL-STREET,
aopia CI.t)INNATI. ; bw
THE FIRM OK
SPRAGUE fc CO.
UAVK OPENED IN THEIR
Pff o w- stp r o
South-east Cor. Fourth and Vine,
T11UK6DAY 8TH INST.,
WITH THE I ARC EST AUD
ritKTTIEHT stock of Seeds fer AlHN'tf
WKAll ever oOered iu Cincinnati.
THE BT0UK OF
PIEO EGO 6 D S.
To make up to Keasaxe, will be large sad varied.
We navea ... ;
Now , Corps of Outterm,
From New York and Philadelphia, who profess to
understand the art of Cutting Stylish Garments to
order. . ...
For past favors we return man? thanks, aud
hope to merit future patronage.' Trulr, '
SPRACUE & CO.
1 ' ' leep7-tfl
TIIOS. W. FIRRIN & DO.
HAVE ESTABLISHED THE FACT
that they are set ling lumherat their yard on
Freeman-street, next to Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton Railroad, .
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Dealers in the dtp, .
"Quick Sales and Small Profits"
13 IHEIB MOTTO.
They submit the following list of nrices:
. . Cash
. i Mo's.
50 l0 SO
00 30 00
n 25 on
60 IT 50
SO 12 50
50 12 50
50 14 to
OU 37 50
75 M 00
00 17 50
00 13 00
oo m w
00 33 66
00 23 50
utear lumber, all thicknesses, l in. rneas IJ7
Beat Common, l.S and i inch Flank. . 28
Beat " 1 Inch Bords........., 33
Second " all tbickneases......, 16
Third " ' Boards.... 11
Ornfe Plank, face measure 22
Hemiook Joist, Scantling and Timber.,.. 11
Por.!nr " ' ' " .. u
eirti unsioi loonng uoarus.
peconn " " . " -,.
Third " ....
First Common Weather Boards..
Cedar Posts, 4 by i, feet, prr hundred.
Cedar " for fencing, " " ,
Locust " " ' ' :' " .
A further reduction of tH per cent, will be made on
bills of $500 or more. ' - .''!.
Wo have one of the largest and beat selected stocks
of Lumber In the Cincinnati market, which we offer
for sale at tbe above prices. , ; ,
THOS. W. FARMN & CO.
. , of Wilson Co., Is this day matnally
dissolved by the withdrawal of Mr. A. Wilson, Jr.,
from tbe firm. . p. ANDREW.
. A. WILSON, Ja.,
The Imslness will be continued nnder the Arm name
of P. Andrew A Co. ' All uAaeMled aocounta of the
firm of Andrew, Wilson Co. will be, adjusted by
them. ,, , P. ANDRfcw,
.!"' QUO, H. HIGH.
Cincinnati, geptembet 80, 1AW. sepal bw
WHISKIES. OLD BOURBON, IRISH
and Scotch of the very best kinds, always an
hand and for sale by
.d"aaJt KOo0K, Oroeer,
Corner Mlnth and Vlae-streets.