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"WANTS," "FOB SALS," "rM"CT" "LOBT,'
"F0UHD,40.,ia this oo)-0001 Ini live lines
or ton, two lnier twenty.ne onti.
ANTED SAFE A small second-hand
Bmhc and lire proof Safe. Ball ft Dodd's
preferred Any ons flavin, on can find aeaib
customer br addressing Look Box 817, Cinclnn.il
foe tomes. onl-b
ANTED HOUSE Of eight or ten
- - .-wM.'t i.m auu water, location central,
ft moderate. Address, stating locality and rent.
Hoi ran. no) h
rnomi, wiin hi to a water, location central,
WANTED A good oookj a Small girl to
nune: a bnv for a atwaro iiam "Thla fa f dm
ilaoe to flail rollabl help for olty or country, at son
Qt IUCD Will h. MMRimanilai a m nffl. 3A7 Vim
and Ntntb-ilraali. Cheapneta and dlapatcb la mr
constant motto. tooS-b TH08, BCUHANAW.
WANTED R00 M S The advertiser
wishes to obtain two room! suitable fora den
Ul oflloe. Tba parlor (unfnrnlaaed) in a boost with
prWae family preferred. Central looatlon ne-on.
Sary Addfaw 8, B this nffloa. oca-b
WANTED A SITUATION By a boy
1 yaara nf age, would be wllllni to aselet la
writing of any kind. Good reference given aa to
character. Addraai 11. H. 0., Ko Plnm-atreet, Cin
cinnati, 0. oeS-b
ltTrtnA htttt a Trnv u. .
man, Jo a wholesale grocery, drug or dry
If 000(1 refereuoei given. Address O. T.
"ypANTED-Ons or two olsrt- .
Ir'-'Bi loom, ohamber and nurse gi
UneraUntelllgeace Agenoy, jjj0j3(
aervnti for oooks,
lrl. Apply at our
. CAKSUN AW.
WANTED SHOEMAKERS -29 Meh
,? womend1 Tampeei, Pegged findai. Aptly
St Mc Walnet-atreefa, Cp Stairs, ool-b
f ANTED YOUNG LADIES-Several
Jong ladles to play la pantomimes, vaude
villes and fsroes; alio to alng and dance. Alio,, good
SanJolit. Addreaa MONB. THAD803, at this office.
VXANTED SITUATION A young man
eixteen or seventeen yaara old, who hat tomo
knowledge of tna drag builnea and oan speak (ier-
g?.9,'J2t0 I"0 a country atore. Iniiulra or 8U1HE,
('KSTBIN&CO. , ,. ool-b
VXt"AJttED 8ITUATI0N A young man
1 wlihet a ittnatlon with a former; la well mod
io tna care or eowt and no reel and driving uarrlaga,
and coold work In a garden or farm, encf would lie
to make himielf generally useful. Addreet
w.i at thlaoflloe.
WANTED COOK A eook to go to Lex-,.,-,...toIout-K.n,:,lok'''
Apply to JOHN B.
pWIKGB, o. n rtfth-itreat, between Main and
WANTED -SEWING-MACHINE To
trade a first-class Hewlng-Machtneelthorfor
dry.gooda or grveerlee. Addreaa ALLEN, box m.
WANTED CLERKS, SALESMEN,
bookkeepers, barks-pen, porterai eoopert,
mecbanloa and othera. Merobanta. hotel! and otbeis
miDnlled sratlt at
I at the Merchante' Clerks' Beauj-
erchante' Clerks1 Begb-
uy urnoe, ko. ji weai I utu-atreeu
HALB ft CO.
ANTED 8 I L I C A FIeo Pnlverleed
bllloawanlAd. 60 lisrrnle. Aildnuu IIAHH.
WANTED PARTNER A good buslnes.
man, with $5,000, In a well-establlabed buel.
tmto. AddrweBuxait) euBtoffltu, tepKH'
WANTED SITUATION By s young
man who has bad eight years' experience in
the drug ana premrlptlon bnalnees. tan giro the
meat eatlafaciory references. Addreaa J. S. T.. Box
00, Covington, Ky. aernd
OR RENT ROOMS Three or Ave robma
uoniT papt-icui wnwri gru, kuq nnti oi iiailll
vtrntrnjir located i for pdrtlCQlarn atlarns H. B., at
tnio mil op Oi O'O
KjlOR RENT BRICK DWELLING-A very
- detlrable brick dwelling with ttxteen roonie,
nandeoniely Stted np; large grounds, much valuable
fruit and ahrnbbery; would accommodate two faml.
lies; on Walnnt mile, two miles from the city, and
eomblning city and country life. Bent low. Apply
to SAMUEL B. HACHft OU , No. West Third
street, or to A. W&10UT, corner of Alain and Third
JOR RENT HOTTSE--A briok homo, No.
. T iltlton itreet, oorner of Broadway, a roortl
and hall, Inquire of J. H. NEWMAN, SroMain-ilreet.
FOR SALE NEWSPAPER An estab
llatlMl RjknnhllAan TAMf In Ana ftf th kjul will.
road tow ob In Northern Illluoli. Address J. B. 8. B.,
at tbi ofllce, ooA-aw
tOR SALE BRICK HOUSE A wry
cbeap twe-ttory Brick Honte and Lot for sale,
with Mtenroomi, all in tbebeitorder. No. 64 UcFar.
land iitrtet, below Plum. Inquire on the premlaet.
FOR SALE 2 ROUTES Morning and
venlnar. for tale low for cnh. onlv to baanlil n
aoeonnt of liability to attend to them, cautod by
(ioansw. A good ohance. Apply at No. lit B tu
SI V 1 tJ CATV T An T il. . 1 1 1 .
UWAt DOUff-UUllO iJlW 1UWD OI VSIlIOr
M. nta. Ohio, (proper termlnm of the Fifth itreet
Markei and Pendleton and Columbia Street Railroad)
Virjli.w for cub or ai-ceptsble trade.
WABKEN L. DAVIS. Hunaeand llgn Palmer,
. aepll8-awe n Wait Thlrd-si., Cincinnati .
OR SALE PAPERS beyera! tbouaand
old papen at Me. por hundred, at thin ofllce.
FOR SALE A German boarding and cof
fee homa for aaie low if applied for soon. It Is
looated on the oorner of ons of tba market!, and la
doing a Tory good bualn-te-. Any ane acquainted
with the boarding bouae and bar go torn can make a
Sfil;"a3'i.'!T PurEewo. Apply to Dr. T. HIED KB, No.
J8 Wrst Tblrd-etreet, up autre. . . eep27.aw
BOARDING At Ho. 298 Watt-fifth street.
Kew proprietor; good accommodation; terms
liberal. Alio, floe room for a family. Cay-boanlnra
can find good aicommodatlom. ocl-h
BOARDING A few mora gentlemen oan
be accommodated with day-boarding at No.
- Wont Flfth-itreet. Txrma, (2 per week. Also,
board and lodging forailDgle gentleman. Terms
g3 per week. oca-h
BOARDING H0U8E A first-elaaa board
Ing honae, 17T Bycamore-itreet, between Fifth
and Sixth, weat lide. Large, airy, nnfnrnlahed
roomi for families. Accommodation for aingle sen.
llemen. iepW-w T. A. KOWE.
LOST A $100 EMBROIDERED 1IA1TD
KEKCHIF.P It might have been aarod If it
bad been marked with one of LanphsarA Co.,'i
tjteueil plate., KBWeet Fonrlh 8t,. oct 3-b
T .OST LACE MANTLE On Sunday, the
MJ iislb nit., at Plke'i Opera Hall, a black French
lace mantle. The finder will be rewarded and havi
the thanki of the owner by leaving it at 227 Wnlnut.
WILTS EE BROTHERS,
Improved Two-Threaded lock-Stitoh
FAMILY SEWING MACHIiYE
, $95, 830 and 85.
No. 8 Fifth-street,
WILL BEMOTB, OCTOBER 1, TO
No. 6 West Fourth-street,
Over Beg gt ft Smith's.
HWAgentl wanted. Addreai
W1LTSKK BUnTHBIlfl. Aeata,
o' j P. 0. Box CinclnnaU, 0.
WM. A. KING'S
H ERROR'S SEMINARY BUILDING,
Heventb-itreet, between Walnut and Tina, Cln
clnnatl, Ulilo. Kvenlng Olaat commencing Monday,
Xth Init. Book-keeping taught aa applied to every
departmontof trade. ButlnewandOtiiamtntnl Pen
inanthlp. Call and examine apeclmeni. Mpaiaint
DltSSOttJTION THE PARTNERSHIP
of Andrew, Wllaon ft Co., la thla day mutually
dlisolved by the withdrawal or Mr. A. Wllaon. Jr.,
from the Arm. P. ANDREW,
A. WILSON, Ja.,
B. LLOID, '
8 The liQiineai will be eon tin tied under the Una name
f P. Andrew A Oo. All nnaettled account! of the
rm of Andrew, wOsoa ft Oo. will be eytiusted by
(1MB. . MMW,
CEO. M. rJlfiB.
UincltHMiti, eptenbei , ll. eepSlbw
- OCTOBER 3
U-Penny Preti to be Had every
morning at the Counting-room door
Only one cent.
A Day avoid thi Boat-Tinna Great ac
tivity has prevailed In oar boat-yarda this
eaaon no leas than ttxteen ittataboats of dif
ferent tiiea havlDg been built linoe the Brit of
May laat, bealdet numerous bargei, wharf- boata,
fto. There are four yardi in the seventeenth
ward, three of whioh have been kept busy,
and have turned off an amount of work pro
portionate to the oapltal Invested. A great
number of the boats tbua built are for the
lower trade) and tbii fact Is at onoe compli
mentary to the skill of our meobanloi, the
fidelity of onr contractors and the loeal ad
rantagss of the pao..
The Brat yard visited was that of Johnson 4
Martin, and la deoidedly the largest In the
oity. Eight eteamboatv a wharf-boat and
ieveral barges have bee, bum by them, aoine
of the former I;;'.b or the largest elaaa, and
'I MieDl&vtna the nlgheat order of meahanlnal
skill. They art aa Follows!
The Charntr, a large aide-wheel boat, to
run Between Natohei and New Orleans, and
whlonjeaohed Its destination some time alnce.
The 2Top, Captain Moore, owner, for the Ya
oo Elver; another, who.o name we were un
able to learn, built for Captain Butler, also for
the lower trade; tba Doubloon, Captain Harrl
aon, alao a lower river boat; the Priortu, for
Captain Pieroe; the ThWty-fifth ParalM, a
New Otleana and Arkansas River packet, a
large, handsome end beautiful boat; another,
whose name baa not yet been decided upon,
haa Juat been oommenoed; It la also designed
for the Lower MiBsissippi) then last, but not
least, Is the msgniScont ate&iner Magnolia, a
Mayaville packet, whioh will eoon be com
pleted, and promises to be ono of the finest
boata on the river. Nothing will be omitted
whioh will in any way enhance either her beauty
Another of the number we have mentioned
the Priorm a Cinolnnatl ; and Madison
paoket deserves a particular notice. It la a
middle-dlaas, side-wheel boat, and baa made a
few trips, entirely to tba satisfaction of the
owners, and to those who have taken paaaage
upon it. Everything about lta maohlnery
works like a obarm, and the oablne are fur
nished In the moat approved modern atjle.
Captain David commands it.
Besides building, a great amount of rtpuirinj,
repainting and nJHiing baa boeii performed by
the same tain.
The next yard we encountered In eur ramble
waa that of S. T. Hambleton ft Co. Thla firm
haa built four new steamboat two atern and
two aide-wbeel besides several smaller crafts,
Like the others mentioned, ihey an chiefly for
the lower rivers. Two of them, the Kale Mag
and the Sihor Mood, are for Captain Boon; the
iormer oeing aeaunea lor a local buslnosa on
the Arkansas River, and .the latter, not yet
finished, will ran between Memphlg and the
The EllkH Bray, for Captain Johnson, la a
amall but excellent stern-wheel boat, and will
be employed in a miscellaneous trade. The
Emerald, tot Captain Williamson, la still on
the etooka, and when finished will run between
Cincinnati and New Orleans,
- Everaon (Jo., a new firm, have built two
amall boata one a bowlder-boat, for Evans
ill), and another, the Drumnur, a small atern
wheel, for Gilmore ft Mitchell, and ia now
engaged on the Lower Mississippi. The same
firm haa another now In course of conatruotlon,
not yet named, designed for a Raskaskle. ' It
Is a amall aide-wheel boat.
But one amall boat, a lower-river "trader,"
haa been built at Llthennun'a yard. It was
constructed by Robert Carats.
Numerous boats, among which we noticed
theJCipnr, tbej&WiieWanrf, tbe Fnd Tron, the
Ohto BtlU, the A. 0. Tulor and the Qulnan,
are lying along the yards for repalra and reoo
rating, that they may be ready to avail them
selves of tbe first permanent high water.
These yarda give employment to a great
number of bands that of Johnson k Martin
alone employing over ninety. ,''
.Fbisoiubs StcmitCEB. The following pris
oners, found guilty during tbe month of Sep
tember, (the largi'st' number evr convicted
within the tame period,) were sentenoed by
Judge Carter i Jease, Phillips, stealing a
mare and bupgy,- property of J.' F;- F.
Wright, sentenoed to four years la the peni
tentiary. James Dawson, same oflense, four
years. Abraham 8. Sheppard, larceny of
wearing apparel, five months in jail. Wm.
Colly, iound guilty of receiving the atolen
property, alao five months in jail. Benj.
Watson, burglary of dwelling-house, threo
years in the penitentiary. John Wallace,
grand larceny, two years in the penitentiary.
Wm. Martin, stealing watch ana chain of A.
0. Burt, two years. Michael Clifford, stab
bing with intent to wound, two years. Casl
mer Grieat, same offense, one yoar. Wesley
Turner, mnlioious stabbing, tiro years. Chas.
Feeney, grand larceny, two years. Wm.
Wado, grand larceny, two years. Vm. Sil
vee, grand larceny, two years. Daniel Foa
sett, forgery, five years. Chas. Casaidy, grand
larceny, three years. C'hns. Hayes, tame,
three years. Marth O'Neil, same, one year.
Jacob Horn, receiving, &c, one year. James
W. Riley, passing counterfeit money .three
years. Jas. Miller, same, three years. Wash
ington lee and John Dolan, robbery, each
four years. Chas. Fisher, horse-stealing, four
years. Edward Daniels and Alfred Mills,
two indictments for grand larcony, each sen
tenced to aeven years in the two cases. Judge
Mai Ion sentenced Adam Renslng totwoyears
for stabbing; Denis .Richards to one year for
stabbing, and Patrick Mo Andrews two years
for grand larceny. A motion for a new trial
for Jacob Honey and Wm. Leach, srguod by
F. T. Chambers, was held under advisement.
CoCSTY CoimiSBioNKBs' OrpiCB. The Board
of Commissioners passed ordsri yesterday
amounting in the aggregate to $1,365 18, of
which $286 waa to C. W. Bunker, for ex
cavating and olesring the Carthage Insane
Asylum; tUO to Fred. Strong for stone-work of
roeorvolr and tank at the snme Institution;
$209 80 to Bennett A Hcndrioka for use of
oan ul-boat and other artlolea for Harrison
Bridge; $160 to Martin Barwick, on acoount
of bridge over Dry Ran; $200 to James B.
Bell, on account of labor at Harrison Bridge,
and balance for sundries.
The bail bond of George Winter, for $000, in
the ease of State of Ohio tt. S. Brnst, was
compromised by paying the sum of $200 Into
the County Treasury, and the live per cent, for
Proseouting Attorney's fees.
Tbe Auditor was directed to advertise for
proposals for building two small bridges nsar
Pleasant Run Poatoffice, in Springfield Town
ship, and one culvert on a road east of tbe
Lebanon Turnpike, one mile south of Reading,
In Sycamore Township.
Pbisox, Jijt, and Hospital In the City
Prison, at the close of tbe week, thero were
1S2 prisoners, (87 of them females) against
Ul the previous week. . During the past week
hi prisoners ware discharged.
In the County Jail there were S lunatics ;
21 females ; 8 on bread and water ; 84 on
Chain-gaug; 101 in main jail-179 in all,
against Hi the previous weolc.
At the Commercial Hospital M persons
were admitted during tbo week; 29 die
chargd t 0 boru aud 2 died Ann Foley and
Cad well Prayer. .'
In the Hospital lael evening 132 patient)
wereundor treatment, against 122 the previ
At the close of the past week there wss but
one case of small-pox in the Pest-house.
Pomes Coo bt Finks Coixkctid. During
the month of Sop torn bor thoro were fines and
costs collected in the Police Court amounting
to $1,002 65 j of this amount $886 67 were
from city cases, $118 38 from State ewes, and
$198 7fr from City Prison. r
film firal aw ramtlMM mm tliA lnlrttitAi, mrA
" ww huuiii urvi miv Jt iguivu siuv
Watt Bad Btreet Ballroad Una along Seventh
irsMr lllAAl Viaa Tkl.,1 .(V.atat IIm. All swaa-aw
" - wa uv av uai ia ajuu . au lMmJ
jMterday, tod op to a lata hoar laet evenlnr,
rVl t avaM. . J J S.f . mi
o won orowuca win puwo Kon xav
Nlftlll. Il-av .1 J J i I
Tba oar p. 6Tep th enrrm aWlnihand
iiviwiu'fvw wHaom aoj vouuivt
fjnfonAv Him. IipI.1 M.aMa. t.l a-iAn
tfTer tte doad body of a tfoloVed man found to
Al.1. yi .11.. P. ... .....
"Ji viuu n.Ter a. io 100. or matn-Btreet. Ine
ihlrfc and latin rest No marhi of violence j
were utacoverabia, and a verdiot or aooldontal
urowoiDg wbi renuerea.
some evening since, la yet at the residence of
Mr. Baraaford. Wo nnrlanlnsol laal ...nlnn
,, v HHWW.-.UVW .... .I..UI
that he wai itlll considered la a degeroui
condition. Finnegaa U stilt at larg.
ftltaAb wvkoaiswtat tew AM anndtiaJ ila Lja WltU
treet Dtatlon-house yesterday, for destroj-
Iniff tianrl.klllal ftrtrl vatra Thw will
be tried in the Police Court this morning.
A series . of resolutions passed at a meet
ing of tbe property holders on Fourth
street, relative to the late street railroad diffi
culty, will be found on our first page.
A netltlon Is In olreulattofl Drovlnc the
Mayor to positively forbid the firing- of oannon
In the streets; We hope the prayer will be sn
swered. Bee the iaw report oh the Aral p&gfj of
to-days paper, in relation to the itreet railroad
Soma DAraon threw a lflrsA doo from tba
third-story window, at No. 07 Broadway, last
night, killing him almost Instantly. .
Forty-two oases were disposed of by Judge
Lowe last Saturday; .
Attbmpt to Basil Jail. jailer Shookley
was informed Saturday afternoon, by a pris
oner who oooupies a cell on the ground floor,
that an escape of the prisoners was contem
plated, and that preparations were being made
to that effect. On examination he found that
tboy had dug out bricka from the wall sufficient
for the largest man to erawl through. Under
the floor a number of notched eaue-knlvea were
found, whioh had been naed to a considerable
extent on the iron bars of the door. Bat for
this timely discovery, the Jail would doubtless
have been oleared Saturday night.
-- ; - - ' ' , '
Till Public Sckoot Libbast. This library,
justly the pride of our oity, has been thoroughly
renovated and several thousand volumes added.
It will be opened for exhibition to-night, and
for distribution to-morrow morning. During
the last year the number of readers was very
large, and from appearances will be Inoreased
the present one. We hope to see this, and we
hope, also, that all the readers will take suffi
cient interest in the preservation of the col
lection to exercise a proper oars of the books
entrusted to them.
Pshjtjbt. The trial of James Manning, for
perjury, took place in the Police Court last
Saturday. The charge was preferred by an
offloer, who stated that Manning had sworm
that he, during a recent excitement on Sixth
street, had fired a pia.tol twioe onco In the
house and onoe Intl. i street. It waa proved
that the pistol had but a tingle barrel, and
Manning was held in bonds of $100 to an
swer the charge at the Cotlrt of Common
Pleas. , .. .
PABTNsasBir Noiicx. We take pleasure In
direetlng the reader's attention to theannounoe
ment, in another column, that Aaron Bbaw,
the popular manufacturer of fashionable house
hold furniture, at No. 13 East Fourth-street,
has assoolated with him 0. D. Johnston, of
toe late mm or jonneton, Header Co., and
John Lvford. They are gentlemen well and
favorably known to the trade, and, with our
iriend Aaron, will lorm a team hard to pull
Pickfockkts About. A man named Mat
thew Cooklln, who resides ait Toledo, Ohio,
while purchasing a ticket at the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Depot, laat Sat
urday, had his watoh stolen from bis pocket.
A olerk In a Pearl-street atore- was also re
lieved of his wallet, oontatnlng $12, while
riding in a crowded omnibus, ths same after
noon. The money waa taken from an outside
i - - ft
Woman 8t,4Bbbd. Ellen Grey and Betsv
Mieaer, a couple of courtesans, quarreled last
Bamraay in a uouse oi ill-tame, on the Canal,
near Raoe street, about a lover, when Ellen
struck Betsy over the head with a abovel and
knocked her down. She Immediately sprang
to her feet, seised a large carving-knife and
stabbed Ellen In the breast, inflloting a severe
and paintui wound, alter whioh she Bed. -
it i S) i. ii.
' Meteorological observations for the
riNirr faiss, by Henry ware, Optioian, No.
7 Weat Fourth-street, October 1, 1859.
O'olook. . " Barometer. Thermometer,
7 A. At. ...... M..M...MM.39.a9 ., SS
18 M ...,...J9.T . ' ' M
0 Jm. ! i immm ess mi tejV.tKI
7A.M MM M
13 II M.A2 ' Tl
6 P. M...........m..........M . 70
Barqaiks. Judging from the throng that
frequents 71 West Fourth-street, it must be
the luoky number that all have been looking
for and have juBt found. One thing, at least,
Is certain it is the fashionable mart for all
that is new, desirable and cheap in the way
oi lancy ana staple ary gooas. .
Woman Bdbxkp. A lire occurred in a frame
house on Gas-alley about seven o olockSatur
day evening, which partially consumed the
building. A woman who was engaged in
carrying water to extinguish the flames was
severely burned about the shouldero and
neck by her clothes taking fire from a bias
ing slungie wnicn loll upon ner.
e 1 n
Beat bib Wife. An inhuman wrctoh In
ths ahane of a man. named Joseph Bottler.
was tried by 'Squire MoFaU, Saturday, upon a
obarge of beating his wile, it appeared that
the two had been married but a short time,
and that she was forced to seek tbe protection
of the law against his assaults. Hs wss fined
$o and costs.
Art or Tkaohiso. Let all who are Inter
sated in educational matters peruse the adver
tisement of Moore, Wilstsoh, Keys ft Co., In
another column. TAi An of Ttacking, by
John Ogdon, A. M., Is fast becoming one of
the band-books of the day.
Fiabftjl Accident. A boy named Stevens,
about fifteen years of age, fell into a slop-tub
at the Washington Distillery, situated on the
Harrison Flank-road, last Saturday morning,
and was severely soalded. Doubts are enter
tained aa to bis reoovery. -
'Witch Tbiif. A man named William
Lewis was arrested Saturday afternoon, and
will be tried In tbe Police Court to-day, upon a
. , ,, . ..i. e
enarge oi Bleating a oronomoiw waiou iron
Mrs. Malloy, who keeps a boarding-house on
front-street, near liuuiow.
- MoatoAois Cahciliu.--The following shows
the amonnt of mortgages oanoelod at the
County Recorder's oflloe daring the quarter
ending September ou, isav: aiaiy,zi,iii eo;
August, 3BU,o8 to; Beptemner, jatHjiiiz ot,
Total, $902,742 86. - .
Arrest or a Frorrrvt.-Amaii named Tbos.
Browlev was arrested here last Saturday.
charged with committing a robbory at Ma
rietta, Ohio. ' He was confined in the Hammonds-tract
Station, and. a dispatch) aont to
Aocideht. A lad named Perry was run
over by a horae and dray at the corner of Race
and Pearl streets last paturday. ills arm
waa broken in two places. The aooident was
tawed by hit ewn eareltwneas.
Wood's Tbbatbk Saturday night laat
elded the flnt week of Mr. Andcnon'i enicwenifn',
when crowded houae waa rrow nt to wltnetahit
mrtoniflcatlnn of 'iiharleade Moor,' In Tar. ItuBirasi
Tbii It one of hit Sen representation, and drew, ai
we have already itated, an nv,-i!lolnr houae. It
was a flnlnlted piece of acting tliroimlirmt. The
"Alnelia" of Mils Walte waa very crcdllahle to till
young lady, who, by-the-by, ia luwoming anlte a
favorite with the habltuet or tbh ilramallc temple.
To-nicht Mr. Andaraon will natannatn "KinaLear."
in Slirkipeare'e tragedy of the watoe name. Tboie
who have not yet loen Mr. A. In any of his aterlluii
parts, will not harea better opportunity to Judge or
niiexoeiientioilngtlianii preeenteu inn evening.
The lauahalila, farAanf Jshvr I.iNU will cluaa tlm
ntrrtalnnient, In which Mla fanny Denlmm will
appear u the muilcal "Jenny." During tbi lutr
miaelon between tbe tragedy aud farce, Henorits
ilarla, a obartnlng dnnteuie, will appear In two of
her moat pleaalnat dance. Tbii petite votary of
Terpsichore ia nightly wlnulng the golden opinions
Of IDS large numberi who attend tbii place of am line
Cixoixnati Tbottiko PiBK The maoazer
of the above courae, Mr. T. L. Htepheni, Ii Mtmlijgly
determined that Clnolonatl ihall no longer remain In
a tiais oi utnargy lor want oi a gooa race-iraca ana
firet-oUni hnraestodo the racing. IIinowonTeri to
trotting horses four ifareee, coniuienclbgon Tneeday,
October ID, with a ptirae) of 9M0. Ml a beats In bar-
neea; ooac inree in nre. rroeioauiroiiiiiBuonus.
Hecosd bar. Pura $2iw-fur koraea that never
trotted for moner over any race-oourte.
Third Dat Pcaai sm For hones who bare
never comedown to?:ftO on any oouree.
jrouatu Day- l'uaaa eaio. rwo-mue neaia, tree to
to nil trotting hoiees. "Flora Temple, ' and the Oal
Ifurnlanag 'Triucena" are excepted from all thene
riuraea. It will be aeen tnat these iro very liberal
nducementa, and Mr. Htepliena ought to meet whh
abundant luneeae In bla endeavora to entertain tbe
iportiog Community of our city and vicinity.
Burrs's Pakoiuua. The Helodeon waa on
Saturday afternoon tilled to ovurllonlng. tbore being
tresout tbe following Sunday Schools: Morris Chapel,
itullay Gbapel, L nited Brethren, f'hrlitlane end
othera, amounting to about ono thousand, if you
bare not Seen thla moving picture of tbe Mew Toeta
niont go to-night.
P alio a Gaudss. Thla establishment of
oheap amniement was crowded Haturdav-ntght. The
iliigfog, iltuclm and burleaiiuee OQtred are received
wiin ivuuun w apyiaiMe
Westibx Mubbdu. Another attraction will
1i nrMMntad At thla nlaina to -dav and to-niffht In the
ibape of Blguor SuvaJU'i K-arned canary birdi, 0o
and tee them.
Attbmptsd Suicide. A man ttdrncd Daniel
Hornabrook, who resides at the eornur of Elm
and Court-streets, a painter by trade, wado a
desperate attempt, about four o'clock yester
day afternoon, to take his own life, by cutting
his throat with a pockot-knife. He iutlicteil
three severe wounds, but was caught by a
friend in time to save Bis lite, ilornabrook
has been married but a short time, and we
understand that bis rashness grow out of a
difficulty between himself and wife on reli
gious matters she being a Catholic and he a
Srotestant. His wounds ere not oonsidorod
PEAVIB-MStTINUB ros Ihbistiah Ubitt.
The usual business- msn'a prayer meeting will
be held this morning, at eight o'olook, in tbe
leoture-room of the t first Presbyterian Churoh,
and another similar meeting will be held in the
same place, st half-past seven P. M, These
meetings are designed to sympathise with a
aimilar movement, on the same day, on tbe
part of various evangelical ohrltlan denomina
tions in r ntiaacipnia. ine morning meeting
will be led by A. E. Chamberlain, tbe evening
by H. Tbane Miller.
Spiu.ii Max. Testorday afternoon, about
three o'ctook, a horse attaohed to a milk
wagon, the property of Mr. Holmes, became
frightened at tbe oorner of Smith and Sixth-
atteeta, ana ran on, upsetting tne wagon ana
spilling two osds of milk in the street. The
wagon was amatnea up, out tne anr? soapea
tSTk female named Louisa White fell in a
fit laet night, near the Postoffice, while walk
ing along the street, .proper restoratives were
applied, and she wss sufficiently restored to be
taken to her homo, In Bank-alley. ,
TtBATna, T.aai Wane Thara wars durinff
the last week 74 deaths against 01 tbe week
nTAvlntiaahnwlno an Inaraaaa of 10. (Jf this
number, 26 were children from one to six years
or sge, vi ot wuom oiea wiin tne scariet-iever.
To ths Lacks. A rare and beautiful stock
of fancy goods, for children's wear, has just
Deen opened by v. x . uaner, at it nainut-
(Any communioatloni from oar frieudi will lie
thankfully received. AdUreas " PreM Beporter,"
Btolbs at tbi Faib. A blooded tnaro, be
away by rather a bold thief, while hitched In trout
of a hotel ul Alexandria, on nday evening laet.
inn iniui ncntioine ciwuot tue aotoi, anKuo tor
hli bill, and, being iuforuied of the auj .unt, anid he
would go to a trieud, get tbe moui y, and puy it; but
inatoauof so doing, he mouatod Mr. Adwurdi's
mare and left. 11 waa traced some distance along
the pike, ud waa then loai. About one o'clock in
the uiorulug he croiaod the Licking Bridge, butweeu
Ouvlngton aud Newport, and waa attain aeeu near
J&nie-iowo. OIBcere liiokey, of Covington, and
Uurafall, of Newport, itarted In pursuit, but were
unable to hear further from either man or hoiie.
Ths ball season has fairly oommenoed. "On
with the danoe," la everywhere tba watchword
among our young folki. Nearly every night eeloot
companies aro f-iund who "chaie the glowing hours
with Hying feet," and who allow ibcuieolvue "no
eleup till mora." Next Tliiirtday aveniug the Lono
tl tar Dancing Association will hold iti annual ro
union at OiliT-Fcllowi' Hall, 'i'he beat of mnilo will
be on band.
Cuild Bubnbd. A littlo child, about two
years old, the danghter of a washerwoman named
Catherine Weboy, who reeidea in "the data," fell
lrom a cnatr on a neatea stove, on Biituniay laet, una
whs oompclled to lie there until ltn mother oame to
rescue it. It ia vory badly burned aud doubts are en.
tartained oi lis recovery. .
We bad the pleasure of shaking hands with
some of onr old friends from Bourbon and Hanieon
ooantiea, yesterday, who bad been in atteudauce at
tbe ludopendeuce Fair. They were well pleated
and went homo impressed with tbe idea thai, alter
all, tbe Blui'grnsa region is not the whole world.
Cattle are dull; the best beef oattle are worth
but and 2 M per hundred, and there are fewer
buyers than sellers at those tlguree.
The body of the German who was drowned
last week, waa found Hosting ou tbe surfaco of the
witter near the ferry landing yeaterdnr, ubotit noon,
Seven dollars and six cents were foundon his person.
Coroner Sckertheld an iueueatou hia body, and tbe
jury brought in a verdict ofaccldeutHl dromiing. lie
was buried by ths "Good-Fellows."
The Sunday School reunion took place at
the Methodist Kplacopal Church on Taylor-street yes
terday afternoon at three o'clock. H liitne Miller.
6. 11. Bargcnt, and Bev. Mr. Unnnlngham addieswd
thoaeaseembied. A Inrgo crowd waa in attendance,
aud appeared to appreciate the excellent dlicourees.
An elderly man named Kemper, on Sat
urday laet, met Constable Morton, on the itreet,
snd charged blm with not having done hia duty, In
making some collections, whereupon Morton struck
him several times, leaving marks. The matter will
be legally inveatlgated to-day.
The "County Court" and "Court of Claims,'"
consisting of all the Justice! of the Feaoe In the
Oouutj, both hold a session to-day, at Alexandria.
A very Important hand-bill is posted ou the
ferry. It is directed lo thou who "pay by tbe
month,' ' or rather don't "pay by tbe month,"
fSF A. A. Byater, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry, Koa. MI and 171 Western-row.
'"John Hunt has oommenoed 'ha manu
facture of Mines-meat and Apple-batter. In marks
Kt Dagnerrelan Gallery, sonth-woat cor
air of Blxth and Western-row, over Bannaford'a
drug store. Pictures taken and put in good rates br
twenty cents. Warranted to please.
JES for a Superior Photographs, iu a
Qilt Frame, to to Dawn's Mammoth Gallery, Ko.
IU Weat Fifth-street. Price only 81.
J0"H you want a nice fitting Shoe or Boo
for yourself.wlfe or children, go to M A. Wxsiooti'j,
No. 14 Weat Fifth-street. Hia .lock Is general, em
bracing Shoos and Boots of .11 qualities, and of
Eaetsrn and custom make. If yon would be satisfied
with your puribaaei go to Ko. 14 West Flftb-ttreet.
J6rIf yon are in want of a good Hat, at
a fair price, go to DibbibtA Bbos., Noj. S and 210
West Fiflh-itreet. Their atvle Is used extensively
among our citizens, because of Its heAtnaa and gn
Ulty. Cill and get one.
SATURDAY, October 1—3 P M.
During tbe pa at week Money matters bavo
eonttnnca vtTrcl. a. All lite bankers report Cur.
rency In quirk aemanil, with heavy oOcrlngs of good
limit-data ran r rroiu reatilur tleeoaltcre: for cua.
tomeralh rate rule atli.n,!.' iwrcent. The dleoouut
honeM do not r can ant lircuinuiodate but to a lim
ited extent. Tbe rate fur eutalda name! is I6Q18 per
Exohango on the East remilned firm dnring the
past week at H prem. telling rate. On Ibura-lay
several leading flrrjia advanced tbnlr slllug rate to H
per cent, prom.; boylug rate prem. All the
dealer! refute to toll to outside purtn at K. Several
customer! of ono of our "Institution!" h id to pur
cbaw their Ixtilinhge from bankeit at X prtm.
Wold wae In a little better demaed si tin, buving
rato; aellmg at tiiJttr.
New Orlsaui Lichoiijo dull; pur builug; aelllng
at l premium.
Euateru exchange in St. louls selling st 11M
Srem ; In Chicago 3 vnr cent, prem ; In LoUvil.e
i per cent. prem. for Rentuclj money; In xlempiili
VVe quote Cncurrnnt Ifoneyt
Illinois, Whwouiiu and Iowa.- 1 dlacoext,
Mlieourl....H.. .....mmmm.m... ..... 1 "
Anuiana t roe Bauki.,.. .peruf "
No thatige in Land Warrants.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
SATURDAY EVENING, October 1, 1859.
K LOTJR The market was exeeedl ugly dull to-day
and quite nnaettled, and thuugh hohVra olfered to
make oonceaaiona. biiveri wore huldiua back.auddid
not offer over St (Hlfof auoertlne, and It waaonredat
Si 60 The inlet were oonBned to 100 brie, extra at
Sl75(iM10. The dei'llne mnr be oalled lSioc. per
on. t.ufu orta. wen receireu uuriug tne last tweot)
WIUnKY-The market la steady with a tilr de
mand: (alet of 600 bris. at av&W ao., the latter rate
A'ttUY ISIONS-Tbe demand for Bacon la good, and
buyera were Mora prosilns to-day and more disponed
to cotrte no to the viewa of holders: 7Mlo. wan one red
for bulk Bhouldors,picked,nnd7Hc.paidfor,ili0iKi
bacon Bbouldera. loose; 26 b lid a. bulk Shoulder! sold
at 7!c, packed. II the present demand continue,
Hand inc. will nrnhahl Imi naif far llncon nnmi week.
urliJUf.tULS-Buger nrm at 7iBJo., wiin iniea oi
70 niidi. tjoiiee urin; eaiea oi aou oage at iitwisjqc
WHKAT-The market Is rather dull and prices a
shade lower: lalee of 1,000 bmh. prima red at 91 Ul,
andVIOfln dmnil vliita nt ftl IU.
COBK The market is Arm, with s good demand at
BYE Salia of SCO bush, at TSo.i market Arm.
HAKLEY-A fair demand for primo fall at 7-le. ,
ana gooa oo, st toe., ipriug tXKA'OC.
OA IS The market ii very dull aud prices to. lower:
aaieaot mki tmaii. at )i!., unm.woouo atiu.c.
OUUFkBAOE-Aaaleof X) Flour fiirrela at S7c,
Dress Hats at Four Dollars!
0U WILL FIND THEM SUPERIOR TO
any la the city at the tame prloe.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.,
No. 14:9 Main-street.
0KB DOOR BELOW rOCBTH.
—TO BE HELD AT—
Commencing October 5, '59.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS
To ths above Convention will be sold br the
COLUMBUS AND XCNIA
Tlckots can be procured at No. 1 Bnrnrt Tlonie,
oorner of Third and Vins-struets; Walnat-street
Houso; eooth-CHit corner of Front and Broadway,
and atibeLlttlaMiumlDopot, East Kront-e'reet.
eep30tt r. W. STaCEH, Oen. Ticket Agent.
CARPETS at COST
I WILLBBJnOVETO MY EBW ST0Bl,UOBB
AKD OFFIR UY FBKSENT ITOOK AT
Greatly Beduoed Prices.
05 West Fourth-street.
English Castor Oil.
PTTRF ATt VARTVTVWVMl hatv
1 botais br
' GEO. M. DIXON, Dm jlst
ocl -aw North-east corner of Fifth and Mafn.
V SUPPLY OF THIS CELEBRATED
'A LiOinieUt Constantly On hand at Proprietor'!
ynco. uLu. oi. ifiujkun. uruggiat,
ocl-aw Norlh-east corner of Fifth and Main.
Dixon's Vegetable Pills.
THESE PILLS ARB COMPOSED EN
TIRELY of vegetable lubstanre. Tbey are
angar-ooated.aiid superior to any other for Headache
and Bullous affection!. For eale by
GEO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
ool -aw gortb-eaat oorner of Fifth ana Main.
5 CASES PATENT AXLE GBEA8E
Tbe cheapest and lieat Grease for carriages,
wagons, earl a, Ao. For sale by
GKU. M. DIXON, Druggist,
ocl-aw North -east corner Fifth and Main.
POUNDS FRESH GUM
DHOP8, Pectoral Btioki, Jujube
Paste. Ac. For sale try
ur.u. ra. iiiAnn, xthi
North-eaat corner Fifth an
Choice Havana Cigars..
IGARS AND TOBACCO OF THE VERY
but brand! can always be had as desired at
OKO. M . PIXON'H. Diuanriat.
Kortb-eaat oorner Fifth and Main.
M. A. WESTCOTT,
Nol 14 West Fiflh-street,
HAS THE LARGEST AND BEST AS
rOKTED retail atock In tbe olty. All kinds
snd all prioae. Boots and Shoes made to measure
and warranted to St.
Custom and Saitern-made Boots and Bhoes at
wholesale. Cash bnyirs are invited to call and ex
amine the goods at WK8T' OTT'H,
eepmTatl 14 West Fifth-street.
WM. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
' aaxcraoTCaiBg amp nxaisas w
FURNITURE, CHAIRS, AND ALL
kinds or MattTMMS snd Bedding, at the old
Hand, No. 196 flycamore-itreet, east aide, bstwtwn
Fonrlh and Flfth-etroett, leveuth iturs above
lour i h-etreet, church r'ows lined aud cnebloued.
All orders promptly attended to. ocl cm
"Tight in tab fab west V
M ROBIN, Jr., A CO., KO. 362
. Weat Filth-street, between Smith and John,
keep constantly on hand tbe beet arilelaof COAL
Oil , and LAMPS of the most improved patterns,
particularly adapted to burning ths iuu. aepaoavr
CO., Ko. 3J Maln-tre-t-Booti, Kbooa and,
Groceries at auction.-On TbCBHUAY MOltSlSO,
ii- toner t, at o'clock, is caeoa Mens' Hip aa van
Boots, IScatei Boyi do. do. do., tAcaaea tltna', Boya'
andwomena' Kip and Calf flroaam and Boots.
ALBUA large and general variety of e'aple Oro
cerioa, JV000 v bundles Straw and Bag Wranyla g
Paper, 71 boxee, but! and caddlee Ya., Ky. and 1T
Tobacco, - oel
- tTimes ana Enqntrer copy. I . .
.UCTION SA LEr BY THOMAS
aua.oi vjn, iu Dam.rtnjiua, ctu.ia main-arreiK,
(neit to Trtiat Company Bank '.- l'rluii stork of
Hoota and ahoei. Ann Carpeting., Ac, at Au"tlou.
Ou WEDNESDAY MORNINO, Octobers, comrneDO
InaatvH e'elock, will beenkl witluii riKve. lie.. 'a
i'Novk, will ne an hi wuueai rewve. jie.. a
prime Brogana; Men'i (Mngru uaitma;
; Women's. 11 lean' and Chlldien'i Bhnea;
nd Infanta1 Boots; Ladies' Ine Gaiter
ana noyi' p
N. A. Thla itock 'of ihoei will be well worth lbs
attintloB of city and country buyen. ,
AliBW at 11 0 chok i.ot pt nneLwrpenng.
ool THOMAS JOHNSTON, AuoUoneef.
UCTION 8 ALE -BY THOU AS
A.ja Jlljr-e H'l'i ill rflin'ivniH pu, aniwin.
below Third. Third Lara and Potltlve sale ot Kali
and Winter Dry Goods, Boots, Ulioet, Hale, tin Oar-
g, Ac, at auction. r u fjoiiA. i m"kbiib-, c-
tober 4, commenclnir at tH o'clock, will be enld with
out reaerve, In catalogue form.eiOloit of frceh 1m-
Sorted Fall and Winter DryOuodi.comprlaingavery
Mlrable assortment for city aBdcouatr- asia.
in thla tale are many Staple Uooda. w i Ih a I arse Kit
of Drees (looda, Hhawls, Uomfoita, Otovee, Qotlery,
ALSO-Larneaod talnahle Invoice of Oiolhe. Cai
almeroe, Saiineta, Overcoating, Yeatingd, Hergee and
other Merchant Tailors' Quods.
A L.HO Wool Jackets, Sna Cndenblrra and Draw
ers, Una Linen Shirts, Bosoms, Hollars, Ursvate,
Nw-k-'ioa, I'mbrellaa, Ac.
albu tJasesot uns iiau, i'im, Boots sua rinses.
AUCTION SALE. By KELLOGO &
WILLIAMS, Sale-rooms a and St East Thlrd
itreot Chair Cano and other goods at auction. -Oti
TUE8DAY S10BMNO, Ootoher t, at Id o'oloek, 'M
bundles Chair Ouno, without retnrvo. All Hums over
Slixi. S mouths, with approved paper-, all under.
ALSO For oawb.to olute oonelgnment, 10 nieces
Wool Carpets, i Obamber Cottage Metta, largo
French Uofas.S large Tufted Ends, C HooUWt anil
Tete-a-TeUai, i BecrotariM and Book I'anea, 10 larg
and amall Aluhogauy Bockera; Gilt Mirrora, Oan
Chairs, What Not, and a variety of other goods, Ac.
ocl A. SeXLOUQ, Auctioneer.
TUB MKM 01'
SPBAGUE & CO.
HA VS OPENED IS THBIE
Ne w St ore
Bouth-ct Cor. Fourth and Vine,
THURSDAY 8TH INST.,
WITH THE LARGEST AKD
PBKTTIEBT slock of Ocods tor HES"9
WEAB ever offered in Cincinnati.
PIECE GO O D S .
To make up to lUaaurs, will be teste and vartei.
New Corps of Outttsru.
From Hew York and Fhtladolphta, who profess to
understand the art of Cutting Stylish Garment! to
ar For pest fcvors ws return manr tha&kit sod
hope to merit futnre patronage. Truly,
SPRAGUE & CO.
fmpT-tf . .
FALL AND WINTER
DAY k MATLACK,
Rare now In atorea largo and select atock of TA.
PLB and FANCY DBY GOODS, which, foraaieul
and variety, Is unsurpassed, visa
A larjre and general stock of Domeittc
Woolen and Cotton Good.
A splendid Hue of very rlcb Drers Goods,
in Sllkj.Delaliies, Merlnoee, and other
fabrics of newest styles.
Cloilis, CasBlmerca and Vest jiffs, lu
A complete atock of White Gooi.a, Em
broideries and Linen Goods, of out'
own importation. .
A very extensive stock of Faiey aud
Variety Goods, Shawls, Hosiery,
Wsehallbs fn daily receipt of all niw and d-
i ,ll'W aood, iwia' th" ,euo,' ni 1",, to
i Placed tu competition with any house, Ea.-t or West,
I by an exHnilnatlon of our atock. soplvam
A WONDERFUL CHILD.
) MISS TENNESSEE CLAFLIN,
-ar-ar-r-r -m n, mrtT-nmnn.t rrr. . -.r.
WHO IS ONLY THIRTEEN TEARS OF
aire, hai been endowed from her birth with x
! inpernutural gift ofauch an astonishing degree, tlm.
the convlnoee the moat skeptical of her wuuuorliU
i bbealvea Information of absent friends, whether
living or dead, together with the past, present and
future events of life; alio of lost money or property,
identifying tbe peraon or person! eonoerned, with so
much certainty aa scarcely to leave a doubt of their
She also prescribe! for diseases, telling their causes
ami locailon. with io much satisfaction ai to morli
and receive the confidence of all who have rouiultml
he r.end many difficult complaint! have been oom
nletelr bnniehed hv her wonderful mlniHtratloni.
I f be ran also see and point out the medicine to cunt
the most obatlnatedlaeaaes eventhoae that have fur
I years baffled our beat phyiclant,und oan direct salves
I and liniments to be made aud used that will euro old
! torei, fever -sores, cancers, iproin!, weakness in tha
i hack and litube, and other ooinpiainta of long Hand.
I ing, and has performed astonishing enree upon thoxtt
i who had long sinoe lost their eight and hearing,
I or nearly by disease. In abort, through tbe aa
i liatauce of some superior power, she li vndownd
I with tbe healing art.
I Brie will alao point ont to ladles and gentlemen
I their former, present and future partners, telling
! exactly those that are dead and living, their treat
ment, deposition and character In life, and when re
; quired will go Into an unconscious itate and travel
to any part of tbe woild, hunt up absent friends,
I whether dead or living, aud through her. they will
' tell tbe Inquiring friend their situation and where
1 about!, with all the event! of life liuoe tbey last mat.
1. She alao wishes rings on ladles' and gentemen'a
: Angers with great succeei.
1 lawyers, Doctors, Ministers, and many other
; scientific men have conanlted her upon matters of
I high iuiportanoe, and given evldenoe of their entire
She may be eoninlted at her rooms, it No. 403
I Went bixth-etreet, between Mound and Cutter, from
the houre of elaht o'clock A. II., to nine o'clock P. M .
Her reeidenos is continual' thronged with visitors
' who go away perfectly satiated with her wonderful
! powers. She Intends locating permanently in Cls
Friot of Consultation si 09. oolaw
COAL OIL LAMPSTHE SUBSCRIBES
hat Juit received, from Boston, an entire new
assortment of Coal Oil Lamps and Improved burners,
preventing the imoke, ao much of an annoiauoe to
consumer. Alio, tbi beat article of Burning Oil
ever offered in this market, free from imoke or imell.
, . C I SMITH,
Agent for Hannfactnrari,
No 1 College Building,
apff -am Walbut-at., bet. Fourth and Fifth.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
'" -SOB SAli BT !. ;
, i CM EN DEN HALL,
At his new Store, Iff West Firth-street.
Pore Coal Oil.
TUST RECEIVED AND'fOR SALE, AT
JF Ono Dollar per gallon, br
.. .. J. N. D WIIN, Oroesr,
sepMast 1 ' - SB7 lait Front-eirecd.
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN. ATTOEKE1
and Oouaaellor at Law, fhaee! dim
rMrtatiW,Sdicfiubi, ' - 171