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WANTED.
UTaNTED-Ai
our business la at thta
: T season of the year raDldlr
season of the rear rapidly Increasing, ws
end forth a general InTltation fo all who may want
te hire choice help, and alao to those Id want of any
kind at work, to call at our Intelligence Office anil
have their wants supplied. But.perhaps.some may
J' .?" Deen " Intelligence olfloee and have never,
or seldom received any beneBt th-refrom. Wereply,
that may be very true, but hare you ever been at our
Office, to the office of A. D. Carson ft Co., No. M
irjou naranot, you abould glvsusi
trial Immediately. Me practice nodeeeDtlomwesel-
?i1ni'ir.STt'ifs1' w neral satisfaction. A . D,
innouw a uu. OCllbt
1 ANTED HELP A man that can milk
" and take care of horaea, and make bitnaelf
U9IMU1 auouc a noueo; aieo, email nurse girl: ten good
g rlt want situations In city and country The right
vihv iu rgimuifl amp ia hi mr Qincfl, 307 Him an
.iiuin-streot. i MijMAO ilLUUAHAH
O0llb
Vsar-r . .T1inr lfl1ir htut n
,y ah iflu i raw umbo una a iron
V " washer and ironer, and one eook and to do
lauwiu UUU..-YT Ji, Apply m 13J Droaoway,
IQOIID'J
TANTKD-8llfiATI0N-A young lady
w v or good address wlahea eltdatlon to attend
hi" k rT g0" or ftn0' ,ton Preferred, In which
thlaofllce. ocllb
w
ANTED SITUATION As oook In
prlvato family by a young woman. Reference!
Address A, 31., at Fenny Fresa office, oolib
given.
TANTED HELP Clerks, aoonta
mechanics, farm-hande, men uaed to the care
ui nonranniiu cowa,porcers, waiters, carrlage-driveni,
a mnn and hla wife to tra on a farm! al.n. f.m.1. ap.
vatita, forcooke, dlning.room.cbatnbor and kitchen
girls. Apply at the well-known Intelligence Agenoy
OOllllt.
WANTED ROOMS By a widow lady
with two children, of the ages of twelve and
1 1 i n ' roonia m an agreeable locality,
huiiibh at. w., n tun oiuco. O0 I 1 U
V17"ANTED.
A WAITER At Earl'a Din-
ww lug Saloon, No.gEaat Fourth-at.
oollb
V"ANTED FOUR OR FIVE ROOMS
I I s kvi wi4i"r' econl r, convani.
iwAini, iuj biiubii iHuiiiy. rrompt payments
guaranteed. Addreaa, with particular, 4c, P., thla
O011D
WANTED-JOURNErMAN BAKER
At no. us west ruth-street, oollb
WANTED SALESMAN A man 22 to
38 yeara old, to go to Near Orleans and re
main there permanently. Baiary $ioo. to be In-
vicuscu eiuueauu year. AQoreas box M3, rostofllce.
.tnllnff ni-Avlnii. .r-jion.t,,. ... ... 1
Coollb'1
17"ANTED-GIRL To do general house
iT 7. wwki A ?,r,wtn. Pr"nt preferred. Ap.
tllV fit. NA A. A RiiVtrif I n atiaat . . -.K
TANTED-TWO ROOMS AND KITOH-
.V .J,nr1,, "p wmlly without oblldren.
Address ti, 8., Box Ho, 67, city. Oclo
"MfANTED CLERKS, SALESMEN.
w bookkeeper,, barkecpera, portere, coo pern,
carpentera, mechanlca and othera, can find altnatlona
at the Merchantn1 (llnrka TiaDi,i im .7
acl'- HALB 00,
ANTED SITUATION By a middle-
vi. i . """u inan. ai any anna er nonora
tie builneaa. Addreaa J, g., So. Mo Weatern.
O10b
WANTED-C00K A Ant-olaee, ex perl
..V 1f.nS?a: 'o"' None other need apply. Call
at No. 118 Hioadway, to-day and to-mo-ruw, October
in . ' ii j a 0 m ,n8 ftemoon.
ANTED SITUATION AS TEACH-
yonng man who baa had experi
ence in teaching. In the city or country achoola.
Teatlmonlali of nnmMljinA i n. -V. . v. . 1 l
aliah branchna. Iilahwr muihm.iiM.nj .v-n i -.i
nd Oreek language! will be fui Dialled. Addreaa Mo
aANTED AGENTS nd others to call
I "a ""njin 'no eorn-hueker, gnte-faatenlng,
egg-beater, knife-pnlleher, sclaaora-aiiarrjenerii. and
a variety of other thing, Bret-rate totravd with, at
eeftpoddw
wua.ia, i iiiniAn is tun.,
So. 8 Weat Tblrd-atreet,
WANTED TINNERS Three or four
4wi2?..t.',lSe" No-119' WeatFlftb-etreet,
FOR RENT.
JL Broadway, running thronah to canal baeln ISO
HJion null JL A riUA HU fene trnnt mi
1 . '" " "en noni, ana ltoftet deep, with
Mlt-abeda therenn.on aaaaatraet. between Tfluhth
nd Mlnth-atreeta. Apply to Dr. Amea, Wnt corner
. ' ,r1 l" ',t, rourth-
, ooitcawbw
IOR RENT FRONT ROOM To one or
two gentlemen a aecond-atory front room, fur.
nlahed. In one of the beat loaitiona In the olty. In
quire at 14 Slxtu-atreet, oppoalte the Sontbgate
ocub'
FOR RENT SLEEPING ROOM One or
two gentlemen can be accommodated with a
uraiij-iuruiiEien ironi room, without board, lu a
.vwouio yiivnto iHiiuiy, wnere no noaroere are
kept, lleferencea required. Apply at Ko. It's Long,
worth atreet, near Plum. oonh
FOR RENT LARGE ROOM In third
etory, north-watoornerof Sixth and Woetorn-
iu'Wl55',,ltl 'lBht lnJ"wa. Inqulreof
mifra "ii luuia-wii corner oi watunt and
fl l"T 0"1',
1 1
FOR SALE.
70R SALE ROUTE A good route on tha
Penny Presa. The owner la compelli-d to leave
the city, otherwise It would not be offered for aale.
Inqulro at ilie Counting-room. oollb
JjlOR SALE A liorae and light covered
Sp;,1" wROii'ilableforanybuainea8. Apply
at '31 .Court i atreet, near Weetern-row, from to
V MfJKBj iUi
ocllo PHILIP KADFMAV.
8ALU DINING SALOON The old
JtV afld well established Dining Saloon, at No. 8
East FourthJieet having aeveuty-Ove prompt pay
ing boardera, ana A good tranaient trade, for fur
llier particular. Ingnife on the premiaea. ocllb
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FINGER
OHQAN For any good artlale of trade. A
handaome ftngir-organ. with two atoca, nmhognny
eaae. Addreaa box 1W, Poat-olBoe, Covington.
oc7-awJ
F
OR SALE PAPERS Several thouiand
old papera at 26o. per hundred, at thla office.
LOST.
f OST TWO DOG PUP S-On Sunday
M-M night, two Dog Pupa, about eleven monthaold;
one a black Vuw Jronndland, with a curb collar,
marked H.V? Weat; the othera black and white
Bull Pup, with ear. cut, and long tail. Any one re
turning the tame to south east corner Smith and
Fifth-atreeta, or to 3S4 Blchmond atreet. will be lib
erally rewarded. oclla N. W. WEST.
JTOsr BOY Lost "from 48 Clark-atreet, a
JLal little boyabunt three yeara old; had on aatrlned
aack, buttoned before; be waa bareheaded and had
ou low ahoae, with atockingi, Addreia me at 61
Clark -atreet, oalob P. I'BEIQQTON.
BOARDING.
BOARDING Three or four gentlemen oan
obtain room and feoprd in a private family,
where thf re area few boiirderi Jtt . No. 107 Longworth
atreet, between Elm and Plum, fe." moderate.
locllb
BOARDING A furnished and Unfurnished
room for a family, and aeveral aingle sentle
men can lie aooommoaated with board at 143 Bar
etreet, below Fourth. Alao, day boarding, octloo
BOARDINtt. Two gentlemen oan obtain
board In a private family at No. a Weat Rev.
nth-ttreet. Hefereuce required.
olOb
FALL ANJ) WINTEK CLOTHIJ?JG.
OAK HALL. CLOTHINQ tfEPOT.
BARWISE t& KING,
130 Jaln.tt.) Three Oaori above) Fourth,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
WE HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGE
aid oompieta aaaortment of Beady-made
Clothing, gotten up upreaaly for the Retail Trade,
comprising all the etyli a of frock Ooate, Dnalneaa
Coat a. Orercnala; Vaivet, Vathmereaad Pluah T.ata;
Black and Vancy Panla. all ot which ate warranted
of the beat material and workmaueMp.
Alao, a general tH:k of Clothe, of all colon; flee
idcwrea, Overcoatlnga. Bualneaa Coatinga and Teat
jcga,lp eery atyle, which we are prepared to make
to order, in the bet atylo.
IKariHiitlnieii'a yiirulahing goodly M yltwf
Castor Oil.
flR BRLS. CASTOR OIL, AMERICAN:
JmJ cana Caator Oil, East India; en ciuia Caitor
Oil, Eaet India-extra, for retalllug. Eoi-alred and
for aale by bVIBB, KURtfrEIN CO.,
oclOe tfppoaite the f oat office.
Gum Drops.
6 EwAffe POUNDS GUM DROPS, AS-
uui 1
' HflTlTLU: l.tiOO Doutid. Gum Itrona.
Jelly,
Keceivtd ud fur aie by
mum, auubxaiia uu.,
sxlOe
Opposite Hie roil vmee.
.
by
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to
THE PRESS.
TUESDAY.
. OCTOBER. 11
WANT8! WANT8II
Ir yon want a aervaot, adrertiie In
TIIE PENNY PHESS
I you want home, adv.rtlie In
THE PENNY PKBH8.
Ir ou want to eell anything, advertlee In
THE PENNY PKB3S.
tr yon want to bnr anything, advertiae In
THE PENNY PRESS.
I not, every want lupplled by advertlaing In
TH B PBNNY P&B89.
CITY MATTERS.
s9PenDy Pregg to ba had wvrjr
mornlngf at the Countlug-room door.
Only one cent.
on't forget that the Penny
Press is the medium through which to
make known your wants I Advertise
meuts of live Hues aud loss, Inserted
twice for twenty-fire cents!
ROOTS for Sals. A
the Penny Prt: Inquire at the oountlng
room. FiLL AND ATimitE T)nv flnnna. Pan 4li
aaTertiaement or Chan. S. Weatherby In to
daj'i iaiae. He offers a magnlfloent itook.
OrTT PgmO'.At tha RttvPrlaon we..nl.v
nine penona were reoelred, two dliohsrged,
and nvs on the siok Hit.
FOUOI CODBT. Bnaineu mi tM. In.HlnH
Is Improving"; nfty-ieven perions were tried
yeeUrday the largaet number for some weeks
past.
DlBMIBSBD. The nroaeentlnn airaln.f.
Iada, John Donald and Jamea MoMullen, for
petit laroeny, was dismlated on payment of
costs, In the Polloe Court yesterday.
Bound Otis Ja
Polio Court yesterday with aaaault with in
tent to wound, was held In bonds of $350 to
answer the oharge at the Court of Common
Pleas.
EOUSI OP RlrrjOl Tlmnthn Ontll Ot.
J WI1UUIJ
Quill, and Thomas Glllard. thran uh. .
sent to the House of Refuge by Judge Lowe
yesterday, oharged with vagranoy.
PlTIT Lasoint. John DnnaM mam
guilty by Judge Lowe yesterday, of stealing
goods to the amount of $1, and sentenced to
six months' confinement In the County Jail.
Bboki Dow. Ona of tha T,Utl Ml.!
Railroad Omnibuses broke down
o'clock yesterday at the corner of Willlatn-
streei and western-row. Fortunately no pas
sengers were " on board."
Election Rkttjbiw To On Vn
desire to furnish the public with the result of
ao election to-aav at aa earlv an hnnr
sible. Will our friends obHjre us bv furnish
ing us with returns? Our offioswlU be kept
Anan a. 11 w.li.Va
vsjou mi Ulg UVa
EoBBWa A DlNCIllO MlSTBB. The aleanino-
rn-,..,! .1 T P TIT wr. i , TO)
riivii,j vi iiui, in. mouonaia was en
tered by a "lnw-flung" thief (the same, per
haps, who stole our pony,) night before fast,
and robbed of some $40 in silver coin. Tha
man who would rob a dansina- maatarla vail
calculated to steal a local's pony.
TaX LETT, The followinff tahla ahnwa ft..
amount of taxes levied during the last four
years, for State, Corporation, and County pur
poses t
In 1W0, the State levy was.,.....,
; county levy inrthyoVrr-::"
la the State levy
..8 50
..3,10
-- vaiy
" County levy in the i.ity
" . llniinlv Ih. In l,.M,.,.ta
10
2.80
3.40
3 M
..............10.40
2.M
-2 9t
S.M
10 10
la IMS, tteStart ievy.J.tZZ...:
viiy "
m County Ty In the tiiy
11 fllniiiifv tv (n ,k.. M..,,.
In 1MJ, the tate levy.. .....'.".
"- County levy is the city"'."'.',"
J.70
SCHOOL BoiBD Board met. Pra.M.nl TTIn.
in the ohair. '
A number of stoves. 4c. were vntarl for thm
nse of the sobools for the coming winter.
ansa mary oojer and Mies 6a bme Lonfflnv
were appointed teachers era. teat, in the Tt.th
District, at $20 per month.
Anna Maria o. JUodioe was anno n led (a.nri..
t .L. m . .. . . ;rr
iu mo luirieenm itatriot,at $W per month.
The following were appointed teachers of the
nig nf icuoois, vis:
-f"ri unl. Daniel Honoh. PHnntn.1.
Kate Benaohel, Mary J. Hadler and S. A. Car-
naoan, Assistants.
intenth Iutrwt.U. O. M. DsBaek. Prlnal.
pal, and Mary A Fillltson, Assistant,
r.'.t, l n.'..'.. m, .
v'.iii jmnci. id local truataea rr.
authorised to select tha teannara. fone i
jiuraber.
ine wierx was authorizod to unit hanil.Mll.
announcing the commencement, of th. nht
eobools on Monday evening next The session
of the sohools were ordered to commence at
seven oniooR and close ot n nn P. M
itte tslariss of the Dtinoinala ara3D. atnl
ui t ..BiBiuuiB por monin.
committee on Halaries renorted a manlnflnn
deolating it Inexpedient to raise the salary of
auy uuuuer, uunuj me present souool year,
wbioh was laid over under the rules, till the
next meeting.
The local Trustees were anthortiail in ini.
additional teachers in the night sohools if
uoevaBBrv, -aujournea.
7
"-iy
LAW REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
Book No. 1 Phillim A Rmith.
Springer, alias Beak, allaa Cohen. A motion by de
fendant to J lldle Snenner to Hi.rh.ron.
reat-on tha 3d of September tha plaintiff obtained
an attachment garniaheelngmnney In the handa of
Jk i 'V1 waTlnt to defendant: and on the
luim luiiniiianiuiu, uiea an amaavic ror an or
der orarraat, whereon defendant waaarreated, but on
tbeaameday ha waa admitted tn aixni.t i,.li n.
oaw waa arguejl by Mr. Wolf and Judge Parker, and
DuPHOtTB 8wejAaiMO.-Jud'ge Bpanoer remarked
that a larre number of caaea ...lii.t itumhi.u
submitted to him, In which the facta were specially
aetout in the petitions, sworn t on belief, and again
k vu. iu uk.ibl aiuaavna, in ere-
claelr tneaameworle, and noaitirelv mi. iJik.
effect of which duplloate awi-arlng waa to enlarge the
record nnneceaaarily. If the petition waa sorn to
positively, the whole facts would appear in one atate
meniof thecaaa. It woild strictly 1 right to charge
the coat od the pleader in a cane of thla kind, but the
Court would not make any order now la reference to
It. It waa enatomarv to i.Mr tn rwtltlnn. nM h.ii.
merely, when the facts, In nine caaea out of ten, are.
Tiller vs. iciieli. Motion aiantad tn eonHrm -
sale.
Loneworth VS. Pendararrait anil V.ar.nnt. tlpn.
eeoding to foreeloee a mortgage. The latter defend
apt, aaclalioiDgaoine Intereat In the nroeertv. waa
max!; a party, and Hied a demurrer,-" ting forth that
the facts did not constitute a cause of actiuo. De
murrer overruled.
The Court Intimated that demurrers and motl.ms
would be heard on Weilnesday: and that defaults
would be called on Thursday.
boon No x.-Tbe parties subpened to serve as
inrora In tble room, and In room Ho. , were called
Judge 8pncer. Five were aicnied and had their
name, re'urned to the ballot-box. Of then, one
olaiined Ibat under a law panaed laat winter, he waa
exempt M belui a contributor to a military company;
another was a clerk In the County Treasurer'a office:
third waa a polloumaui a fniirlh waa deaf; and the
fifth had preaslng bnslnrea that rrtulred hie abaouce
from the city. Hitlea and attaohruetits w.-re laatied
against non-attenillng jurors the former where the
aervlce wi at rssldante, the latter where there was a
peraonal servioe.
The jury for Ho. 3 waa discharged until Wednesdays
the Jury for No. t until Monday next.
Judge iloadly was occupied in naturalising for
eigners. . ..
is
be
the
not
be
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If
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
The
jury unopened to attend in this Court
led. Kl.ht w.t-A .h.nl .Mrf iu. . M.
wus cal
tbe Court waa liaued to bring thui in oa Wedneadar.
wnlcn cay trie Judges adjourned"
of
aud
PROBATE COURT.
The Probate Court was engaged in admit
ting apoMtantaU sulreini
ton
THE CUMMINSVILLE MURDER.
The Perpetrators all Arrested—Their
Appearance before the Police Court—
Their Trial next Thursday.
Below we give the verdlot of the Coroner's
Jury summoned to bold an ioaueat. in eonnee.
tlon with Coroner Cary, over the body of the
murdered man, Peter Snyder, at Cumminsville,
in Mllloreek Township, night before last. The
jury rendered their verdlot at ten o'oloak waa
terday morning, at the Coroner's office, in this
OUV I
We, the nnderalgnad, Jurors In Mlllcreek Town
ship and county of Hamilton, having been duly Im-
f,auu.,QU .uu invru uy n. i. uarey, uoronar in aua
or said county, to Inquire, land true prrsantmi-nt
make, by whom and by what ansana Peter Bnyder,
yhoae dead body waa found at Br. Lobloabagle's of
fice Id i CiimralnsTllle, itlilorwik 'lownaLIp, on the th
day of October, A. D, 1SS9, came to hla death.
Mier having examined aald body and heard the
evidence, we. the jury, do And that the deoeaaed came
to hie death from a wound made by a large k title in tha
wnuuvuviuii wo (uriiier una mat
Auguitus Oaudolfo and Eraatua Tan Wormer, were
- JOHH MoMAKIS,
I). W. O. HUOUKLBY,
rrtEDERK K DOiiMAK,
W. P.UKAHAM,
GEO. AOKKNBACBB,
.0. 0. HAIS,
Jurors.
The remains of Snyder were brought to the
city by his friends yesterday, for interment. A
KI mortem examsnatlon was held over his
body, which resulted in accordance with the
faots above stated.
The brothers Gandolfo and Erastus Tan
Wormer were before Ills Honor, Judge Lowe,
yesterday, and committed, (bail being refused)
for examination noxt Thursday. Information
being filed against James Morrow, he was alao
retained in custody.
THE FRONT-STREET ACCIDENT—RESULT OF THE
CORONOR'S INQUEST.
We also append the result of the Coro
nor's investigation over the dead body -of a
man found on the sidewalk in front of No.
772 Front-street, instead of Harriet-street,
as reported in yesterday's Pbbss:
We, the undersigned, Jurors is Cincinnati Town
ship, and county of Hamilton, having been duly im.
paanelcd and aworn by the Ooronor of aald county
to Inquire, and true preientmeut make, by what
5lf"ttii?JS.',n Garbing, whole dead body waa fonnd at
Ma 77J Front-street, on the 10th day of Ootobor, A.
I). IbAD, came to bla death.
Alter having examined aald body, and heard the
evidence, wo tne Jury do find that the deoeaaed came
to his death byaooidfntaiy falling from the third.
Story window of house Ko.77J KYont-atreet
Signed HENRY BRON8TRCP,
G. W. I'OBPHALbEB.
UHARLES MOUUIS,
JKSsiE HIND,
S. L. NAIi,
BAM'L WOODBTjrP,
Jurors.
AND STILL ANOTHER MYSTERY SOLVED.
Some days since, a diffloulty ooourred on the
ootner of fifteenth and Plum-streets, between
Frederiok Luts and his fathsr-In-law, Philip
Tcungman, during whloh it was alleged that
the latter beat the former severely. The old
gentleman was sfterward confined to his
bed, and about four o'olook yesterday morning
died. Lats was arrested yesterday, on a charge
u uauoiug me ueato 01 ms rather-ln-law.
Youngman was discharged by order of Coroner
Carey, who was called upon to hold an inquest,
the result of which Is a follows:
We, the underttgoed, Jurors In Olnolnnati Town
ship, and oonnty of Hamilton, having been duly Im
pauneled and sworn by M T. Carey, Uor. ner In and
f r aaid oonnty, to loquira, and true prnaentment
make by whom and by what mesne Philip Young
man, hone dead body aa foiiud corner of Canal
V4i. fj'MCMh-street, on 'he loth day of Ootober,
A. 1. 1869, came tu hie death. u.uor,
After having examined aald body and heard the
evidence, we, the jur , do find that thadawaaed came
to lile death from nntoraloaueee, and not fnim vlu
lenoe, aa was auopoaed by parlies whosollelted a Cor
oner'. Invaitigatlon.
bli-ned,J JOHN FRIES,
HDI.OMON DOOK,
BRITRICH Bab6(J,
--1 ' Tnvj mpftnpn
ACOB MlJCJiU,'
. Juors.
INKLINGS.
The vaeansy In the police, by the resign
mum vi ansa iiunuy, ne suiipllsd la
few days.
The Broadway Hotel Is erowded with guests,
The Henrie House has been repainted tnsldei
no aw nana JL - '
UWT JJVB tu
The German Tailors' Association were out
ou parade yesterday,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chapman the Clnoln
nati favorites will be the reolnlent. nf a enm.
pllmootary benefit at Pike's Opera-house next
oRiuruay mgui. juei it be a bumper.
The followinir Is a Hat nf lottos. Am.
tamed for non payment of postage et the
iii tma oity, uctoDer iu.
Mies Kllen Oallapba. Oxford, O.
Mrs. K. M. Bonte, Alt. Vernon. 0,
ft. StXl r'ite" Man' m
Jr. Hailka. Collimhn. ft
Hendrlckann, Blake n Long, New York It
John Koch, ilewport, Ky. ' "'
. T.
CorUTT CoiiuissioKiBs. At a meeting of
mivmiu uj vuuuiv vommissioners yesterday,
the following bills were ordered to be paidi
To John Kleiner, Iron wort on new Jail....M.,$3 a
Total,
eafteeeseaeesseiee
essessteses ee e sate M
.$17 M
Meteorological obiervatlnna fnn thm
rsxsT fttiB, by iienry Ware, Optician, No,
West Fourth-street, Ootober 10, 1869.
Oolock. Barometer.
7 A. M...M 29.S8
M
Thermometer,
88
W
James Morrow, one of th. navtl.. .
gaged In the Cumminsville murder.
half-past two o'olook yesterday morning,
by Officer Jesse Young, of the Seventeenth
aru.
&8 Frank Connor, for uslnr Indanantian.
guage on the streets, was aned $10 and costs
pyjudgeiiowe yesterday. He was arrested
dj umnions isailey.
JUllibvbtxbs About Capt. J. a. Dreux, a
former companion of Captj Walker, is in town,
wjiiiiug n. uia xiurDet xtouse.
vaTThe attention nf nnr DntnmlMi.
invited to the card of Riohard Kennedy, in
w-tja( sj yttyvr
COVINGTON NEWS.
IBnbacrtptlons, advertisements and eemmunloa.
uum, ',ireW aewrter" Box . will
Polics Coubt. Our Polloe Court hu been
uniunaiiy oney torarew flays, and yesterday morn
ing appears to bare been more so than anyone before.
lea. than ten drunk, mirf Hi.ArH-rii.,a ji.
poaedof by folloa Judge Mudelra, by fining tbe delln-
auenta rrom inree to nrro.n iioii.n. ..Pi Tn k.
eeof the Bullivans, where tbeoonatitutlonallty of
vi uareiwi wseeaiiea inaueetinn, tne Judge
overruled the otyeotlons aud suitadned the Marshala,
We regret to sav that in onr nntlna. vt..
day, or the man who fell from the ferry landing into
river, we did Injustice, by our last sentence, to a
reepectable gentleman. We were not preaent at the
time ef tbe occurrence, and depended on heareay tes
timony, whlob at that time played us falae. We do
design to do Injustice to any man.
FliO PlBSSNTATlDN. Ths Indenendant Ken.
tJlokr Revere aret- bepreaented with a beautiful
flag by the natriotle ladlea of Uuvln.tnn. nn ti,m.
dayevenluffuaxt.ouwbiubfiL-eiuliin arnn hu,-.ii
given by the comuan . T he pieetntadoa will occur
halt-p i.t eight o'oiotk. Tnetiarrlaon Hand will be
prwna to eui.nain tnoas aaaemDtea with tuutlo.
Cattle were rather more btlak at Drovers' Inn
yesterday, but vet the offer, were amitni tti.n h.
demand, I'rioes about tbe aame aa mentioned yea
terda fri'ma to 3to only th. very bwtquallty
reauhlDg the latter price. Vat Hoes ware worth from
St tot to, a slight advance oaSuurday,
A German named Carl wis vesterda fined
anil costa by Judge Hoosr, of tiio Oounty Court,
a charge or bait.rdr, preferred by an Irish wo
man. He intend, takina tbe benefit of the iniolvent
oi, i' !nl'roff cmducud the prosecution, and
The ''flood Fellows" dedicated their Hall
yesterday In tha naual manner. A larva entiMMii.
members of the Order and ethers wrs preaent,
everything pamed of well. Success to theia.
Tbe Circuit Court will adimtrn on Saturday
night, If not before. A great amount of btulnsts has
iittuauoioa.
Tse counterfeiters arreted by the Coving. ,
a effli'dni wUibeJtk0j'wnal.k2iJ0r,n'''.w'
i
J
at
by
not
the
NEWPORT NEWS.
The Kentucky Cricket Club will play a
u.tuu gam. at tneir grnnnoa as orooaiyn, com
mencing at ten o'clock A. H. to morrow. bomegod
playine is eapected, and all tha lover, of sport, aad
iu. iiuuuu avuerau, ar. iutiiuu iu ailoi,u.
Professor Edwards resumed Li position as
rnucipni oi ine iree .cnnoiR, ye-ieruuy, alter a tern
porary euapen-lon arlalng from lil-hralt It. He la nnl
veraally popular both aa a teacher and a man. We
hope It will be long before he is again Tutted by
-,vu mm ,
John Jones, the drawer-thiaf. sa v..
day held to ball by the Mayor in the mm of for
on a cliaige of felony. None of hit coofoderatee
?Ki ?!! T."e b,sn J're,ladi ad he still rafusee to die-
uiwauiraeiiautlJBlL 1UB IIBIf. lorm sir inai Irniilt t In- tmt
vtwwwa is vaa aA4aUl7SJ.
Pboobssiow. The ded irtatinri nf th AmmI.
Fellows' Hall. In lln,. .... iZT.
Brand nrd. it th. r K.i".' ,7S.' " "'i iur
a long procession and marched over to aeelat their
Covington brethren lu the ceremonies of the dedica.
F. Crawford and Peter Long, two butchers.
mih.. "J""f winrs
.iv uuea ii inn m. numi n . in .1, - e.u.. n I
oouuter. ' '"r m a noatlle en-
Our thanlta
place for the generona support they girototbe Paisa
the circnlatiOQ of which, ii rapidly on the lncreaa. '
Mayor Hawkins is
pausing Justice. r '
i I'ff
Cincinnati Produce
MONDAY EVENING, October 10, 1859.
FLOTTtt Th.r. ... i,.!!,!.. I
. 7 . , ' um wi muj consequence
done to-day, nor waa there Buy demand of conee
yuepce. butholderaare not pressing their stock. ,0
brls. were rf ceived tha Inat 24 houra
w llistvi Ilie market uncbaneed. and .Unit.
saleaof 7110 hrU. at aiij.. lnlu.ii. Ba ,teM'-
PKOVIS10N8-The demand for Bacon continues
active, and nrettv ninoh ail an th. n,.-,.. ... u :T
J,VihS5uo.Ut "".l- "? t"lLn "-day. The ealea were
S50 1 hhde., iiioludlng gun hh.la. Saturday evening, at 1
and 10o.. and M mo lbs. bulk Side. at 9o. The rates
;:;V " T . . B, . -'J '""uu, me oioae,
,4!i'!?lc,liW,r,, Unseed at 470., and M do.
at 66(a.l(o. The demand la better. '
ORUCEKIKB-Tha mark.t i. I. e.n
..i.. r u,.... ,iii. ' ..sow
OAs kt uSo. " " mt3-
W UK A f The marker la Arm vtth
aales m bttehela Kj-d tl do; SOJdo. at $1 05, and too
vi sauwi v- intone vi MOfifl IV
OOttN-Naw la dull and prices uniettlsd: nrlees
nominal at W60e. Old Iain demand I and nrm at
T5'moA t00i i6m,iDi an1 Prlc re steady at
HAKLlcr The market is quiet and steady at 70o,
for prime tall and (.So. fur good. i .new,
OATS A f.Ir it.rn.iiil ..J a... .
arrival: aaTe.- oi 800 buehela at SWSTASi
tor nt iic.
ai m h , c of 100 bushels Neobanooks at
CHBKSK-8ales 240boros TAT, B, at 8ko.: 110 do
End ah Da rv at inu . .a aA v.V..Jl
Market nrm. s una,
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
New York, October 10—P. M.
Flour moderatelv antiv. nH . .h.t.K.t..
laV.22.'l)"!..bTi- ' 9 W ec for superfine State!
imi Wjlfor extra Stato; $1 Af4 1 tor auperllne
ai.eifS.r?V.'y W ' common to medium extra:
W 4MU Si for iuferlor to good ahlpl branda ex tra
R H. O : market closing quiet. Canadian dour la
...... M,ri, u, ... una. a. ..- oingm jo tor common to
choice extra. Bye flour lain fair requeat at S3 so
wneat It nrm and le. belter: tales of Mn l.n.h.i.
at 81 OS for No. I Mllwaukle club; ti im IS for
white Canadian: 1 sefor u blte Kentuckt; tl 20fr
red Southern. Rye leeoarce and better! a.lm.viwv)
ou- ne i at 85Sc. Barley dull ar d lower: sales Hon
buahel. mt nrAlln nr., i. k.t . , . ... . .
ern. Oataara flrmat (3i4o. for State! 43iSo. for
"U'ajy is bu oyant: aales or MO br't. at WSrffflMXo.
Perk 1. wlrtw.nr .n.nl.i.1,. .. . , .
?.!.' r"JJ,M !?r K?"' S10 62(I0 7 for frlme:
H 8T for thin Mess, ..ulnipm S tirl. I'rlme at
ae ler soptl. n till ths first of Dei-ember, f 10 nn.
Hejfl.unehai ged with anlesof jso l.rle. at St Wg
1 M"' country Prime; 85 f..r country um: .',
S 80 fir repacked Meae; HHiicoll for extra Meaa. Heef
riama steady: aales nm lirle Western h-ra, and to
arr ve.a'tlo Prima t.iR-n.n,,iai r, m...,..."
acarce and firm at ( . fur Hhoulders, and aajgido. for
uaius uacou dull and nnm nal.
Lard Is buoyant at llAUIfto.
Butttr la ateadv at 12ifttA fn oi,Ia i.mm
. " "i .u i 40 . . sur
Cheeae Is ateadv at 8H9Ho.
r&'dde.:,!g,.40 """f UtlU(e.for
munr ana uonce arm.
Turpentine spirits dull at 7e.
fisslo dull.
[By Telegraph.]
Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, October 10—M.
$5 12fcf. Wheat dull:
salet 82,000 bnahela at 9l M),ai . for White. Corn
active: aales 20 000 hmhsle at en advance of Irate.;
tlaeon lOXo. Mess I'ork $is; Prime til 64. Whlakv
flrmat2SX(S2.o for Ohio and oity. "away
Steamboat Register.
KA?ITIMr.?UI1lVrT'rPh, totlsvllle: Ohio
? iS,,Slarlyu'.','7. Queen, aleverllle; Poland,
I.ptilaville. Monday-Moderator, Plttabure:; Hetty
0 more, Pitteburg; Iwa, fittshiug; JlarenYo.
1 lttsburg; Krnnia, fittabmg; Omnil Turk, tmuiaville
Bn"'on, Lonl-vllie; Superior, Dock; Slienarign. at
Louis; Tore-t ftiieeu, lladls n; Duoleitb, Seville.
i?ifA1'ry.''i.1!' J"'".11".'!"',- Telegrpb, Lonlavllle.
I'.ViT'L1110 1?' 2' Buprlor, toul.vllie;
Fairy Queen. Mavavlil.; Grand Turk, Pitteburg
Emma,N;iehville; Joreet Qiteeu, Madieon; DunMt",
Hevllle;Jlarengo, t. Lopla; Moderator, St. Louia.
HOMES INTEREST.
pB A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watohes and
Jewelry, Nos.SUand 371 Western-row,
JmV Daguerreian Gallery, south-west oor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford's
drug store. Pictures taken an d put la good cases for
twenty cents. Warranted to please.
Dbatb from thi Ihbalatiob OF Car.nRn.
FOBii Mrs. Matilda Klein, tha wife of Tir.
Carl Adolph Klein, of No. 874 Kinth-street,
iuuuu uB.ii iu ner oea yosterasy morning.
For years past Mrs. K. has suflered severely
"vi. u.rvuua luvtuscu, ana oas usually in
naied ontoroform to alleviate the nain. Dn
Thursday night the lady retired to her room at
an early hour. Mrs. Klein's daughter and
another little girl slept in the room. About
larco o oiooK in tbe mornlnr thev war. Hi..
turbed by the loud screaming of Mrs. Klein's
infant, and on approaohlng the bed to learn
what was the matter, the daughter stumbled
over her mother's dead body. She Immediately
called her father, who found that his wife bad
oeen dead ror some time, the body being quite
oold. A vial, labeled chloform, wag found on
the loor beside her, tbe oork of which was in
the bed. She had evidentlv inhaled or swal
lowed its contents, whioh had brought on con
vulsions, in whioh she died. Yesterday, Cor
oner Bohirmer held an Inquest. An external
examination or tbe remains was made by Or.
Souton, and he was of opinion that death was
ooused by apoplexy from taking chloroform,
Jury coinciding in his belief
N. Y.
Times, 8th inst.
Tom Sayibi t. Josti akd HaiM w.
bare received a letter from tha editor nf K.ir.
Life in London, Informing as that, according to
our directions, $500 of the money wbioh had
been put up by Amerioan baokers on Aaron
ones, for a match with Tom Bayers, tbe champ
ion of England, has been transferred to the
accouat of Eeenan's matoh with Bayers for
the ohamDlonsblD of the two hamisnherea. Th.
editor of SM'i lift has also at oor request sent
nana tons ins rematnsng aou or the Jones
contribution that remained unstaked with
Bayers, whioh is to be handed to Jones, in
order to enable him to return cornfortablr
home, provided he be willing that Beensn take
precedence of him, and have the first ohanee
Bayers, after his engagement is through
la
wmm-v
Wilke's Spirit.
JtVIt is stated that Ool. Fremont has
written a letter declaring that he is not, ami
win not oe a rreiidontial eandidate in I860.
He is reoresented as nloainsr hla latter In the
following language: "I consented to held that
position, in 1850, against mv better ludjment
and will: but I was assured that those who
would rally around me nossessed the nower
essential to my election; and I must eonfea.
that the "bauble," as it might have been oalled
Oliver Cromwell, possessed attraction
whloh I oeuld not well resist. But I would
again encounter all the vexations, mort.il!
cation and annoytnoe I then encountered, it
reward were to be ten thousand Presiden
cies." .
aThe ffrl aifrn is earning $3.00(1 tier
day at ber dock, in England, this being tbe
amount of admittance fees. 6he had better
itay there awhile. .i,,,,,,,,,
Taking a Fates 8tat Hon. N. B. Baker,
-
-
;
In
JL
DIED.
SnJ,rieFliSn.V tt ir"" of her f.tfier, a
priugfleld, Ohio, Mr. Marcus elevens, on Wednes.
wgh,o,tonn.l,v:, Mar .o
Dixon's Blackberry Carminative,
A SAPS, BAST ABO BrrsOTTAL OUBB, KB
Summer Complaint, Diarrhea, Flux, ke.
SWTwenty-flve cents ppr bottle.St
OBO. n. DIXON, Druggiat.
Corner of f Ifth and Malntreets.
auis-cm
St" P. H. R0WEKAMP 18 A CANDI
Jate for re-election to the office of Justice of the
re.ee. Mntis
SPECIAL NOTICES.
FIFTH VY4HD OPPOHITIOS
MEKTTNa Th. ... . .1.1. .
at ma No. ri.. itn.i..i.,... SLr.fS "1
.Ftr.Uii!Lcro4 J ifnM' ay .4urned t" he
s reet, where apeeches w.re made by Meaars. B. Eg.
gleaton and Jno. S. Torrance: when three ttmee three
IMA fr "Ck"- lila fM"g ?o.
t1hS"'oCo"tt,i-,!i"i"'I Denning. Aaron
Ind T": Thorn.8.""'' .k Bate.
It ALLY I Nfl Pnu wrwwvna. IT TIT rvB
Oano. Wt Uo"m: B. Vrigfif'rei. Tt,.t.
Chas. R.
sosuick, W. S. Bampaon, Ohae. Billlnaa
John.ton,Dr.'iorgePI,illlp.;r-B
SSXLriS'L ""fi.'ffi?!' Hsrley, J. bl
w . -n wtr . .. " " avram jnijii, VflaVBj, fjj
S ' , m vena, John Koch, Dr. rora.
Samuel Torrence. Wllll.,n S . . ur
Samuel Torrence, Willlmn Torrence. E. A s?
T J
Eraatua ulifford
A. u. Andres.
;, vi"" im, s, jd. vr riftm.
(,".!. A': A irFrank Ctomrsamurt
Samuel Colt;
, i, "ii m" """Para vaie, ii. u. Bpi
JCpply, E. B. Towneend, Dr. J. H Pulte. Vv
ran nmotiKiaa, tihepard Vale, 11. II. Bpider. J. P
vm. Byera,
is:.i n-iK-V.'if' " o?pu!-. y, p
f.T'.r .'.ir .7' -..". layior, w. JHoLlnn
W hite. AllMrtColliv, Geo Thomas, N. P, Bart letu
Alf. Wood, George Keck and 8 Joseph, ocl la
ftBIOTICE TO TAX PAVERS.
PSs? The re-valuation of real estate, as returned
wllPberec..?.?' ' Wt"Cn -
uy oraor of tbe Board or Equalization,
m.n HOWAfiD MATTHEWS,
PP"-K Auditor.
PALMER'9 BAI.M nnna-ius7a
fl A BrnnftPstrlnn thsaf tswill K.
C$ PALMKR'f LlCtUIU BLANC
SfCE' D PKAULB la feet aiipereedlng the uae
of powder, for the race, aa, In addition to all the de
sirable properties of the finest powder, It poasesees
that of allaying all Inflammation, removes tin. sun.
burn and freckles, and when properly applied. Ita ff.
facta can not be dlatiugulahed from those of Nature's
own beautlner. It is applied with aeoft sponge, rub
blur the face gently with a piece of tost rAVnnel'after
It baa become dry. Price .Ml neu ta.
u . . . . SOLON PALMER, Asent,
Manufacturer and Importer of Perfumery, no. M
" na-aii awe, nria
KKN NEI S IHEIIICM, ma!
( OVERY Is .rVnnwlut.ul k. .V .
ueutphyelc ana, and by tbe moat careful drntglate
throughout the Cnlted States, to be the meat effeotnal
hlood.purlllerever known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and affected more permanent curea, th.n
any prppaVatlon known U the profeaalon. Scrofula,
Salt liheiim, Irvs'peias, Scald-head, seal; eruptlona
of wla .oaver nature, are cured by a few bottlei, and
thaayatem raatered to r.ill strength and vigor. Full
ffiS?.PH'5 iM l0?fur. '' f uleerated eors
legt, and other corrupt and running ulcers. Is given In
aeol9-y
PAI-MEK'8 DEPILATORY
POWllIRwIll r.n.v. .M. "
with ,nt fall ,f ua;d according to " tlVe rltrSotlons
Blnentlre y free rrnm.lt .r.T,u,.ii.,i.r.
pus Ingrfdlpu, no danaei need o apprehended from
lta application. Price SOcents. . ij
JX. .. .V'10' 7M,'0. '? now open for examine
t ton'? Ji-Sa Dt7r udiior'a offlcsj, to whlob att;;.
tlon is directed. If any complaint Is to be made, tha
sims auouia n. in writ nip r.t
Opposition County Ticket.
For Judge of the Court of Common Pleasi
WM M. DIXON.
For Dlreotor of Oonnty InBrmaryt
. 2 L, MUCHMUKB.
roiUemhsrs c( ths SU'e Board of loualleatloni
JOBN F. TORRENOE,
BAMUEl B.KBIU,
0.0. BATS.
rorTreasnrort , ,
KOBE ST HIDQEB. '
For Douuty Commlsslonen
. JOS. 8. 03. ;
Opposition State Ticket.
,. .. State xenatorst
W. 8, BtTRROWES,
W.t. LEONARD,
B8NJAUIN EGOLESTON.
For State Bopreaentatlreat .
Dr. WJI. B. DAVIS, ,
GUSTATB TAFETj, 1
W.O. CRIPPBN,
JEPTflA GARRABD,
JOHN At. COCHBAH,
WM. FLOHO,
JOSEPH CILLET.
TOWNSHIP TICKET.
For Justices of the Peacet
. F. K. AlABTIN,
H. B. SOHULTZ.
sepJT
Democratic County Ticket.
- State Senatai f
THOMAS M. KIT, City l
BO. V7. H0LMK8, Spencer Tn.
M. A. FIROCSON, Green Tp.
Bouse of Beprosentatlvest
WM. J. FLAGO, Cityj
JOHN 8CHIFF, Delhi Xp.;
JOSEPB JONAS, City;
PATRICK ROGERS, City;
J. F. WRIGHT, 8pringfleld Tp.j
DB. WM. JOKES. Sycamore Tw
WM. JISCP, Harrison Tp.
Board of Equalliatloct
DR. J. Ii. TATTIEK, Olty;
ISRAEL BROWN, SyoamorsTp
J. DAN JONES, Colombia Ip.
County Treasurer '
DB. X. D. CROOKSHANK, Green Tp,
Judge of Court Oom men Pleas:
ISA AO 0. COLLINS, City. .
Oounty Commlesionsr: ,
JOHN N, RIBGWAT, City,
Director of Infirmary:
8AMCEL BBN, Green To.
eep39ttaj : iv;
MISCELLANEOUS.
Compound Chlorine Tooth
Wash, i
OniaiNAL AND GENUINE, POR
cleaning and preaervlng tbe Teeth and Gums,
S.Dl?l1i!.,"l.I1''n" Mouth. The Compound chlorine
loom wsnenectoi.iiy cleanaea ibe feeih.and will
answer tb purposes of the bi-at Benlrlnce. It con
taint no acid, or any Ingredient which can. in any
caee. be lejurloua. It will a eo be found to keep the
briish itself free from all imputl'irs.
The tiomponnd Cniorlne Tooth Wash has the fur
theradvautHgeof cleansing tbe Mouth alao: and of
removing whatever Is off-i.slve In tbe Breath. II
hardens th Gums, and la a valuable remedy for tha
e soreness of the Mouth. It may alao be
uad with the greatest advaBta.a as a Gargle for Bore
rbroat.. In duo, It preeerveo lbs Teeth and Mouth
nail resDsattlnacIean and healthy condition. It
agreeable to the taste. Gentlemen who are In the
hisliit of uslog Tobacco, will find that the Tooth
,h"il ""i'Py111' all tbe effeoUof it from
aanaieii M V SMSI0 l J
SU1RE. ECKSTEIN A OO
OOlO-O
Opposite the Postofflea.
:..:... , Havana Cigars. 1
-n
WB TOVLD INVITE THE PARTIO
ULARatl.ntln.i nf Mb... ... t..-,
our larg,:..ro7tm.ntVr;ii '
..,..l.,.i. . ... .l" , , , utic.r., wuicu
.. . " ' u loisowing ioVit is brand.
I'rluiKVera. r,.,....
Washington,
Crusnder,
La Puriwimi,
; La Liir-rna, i ' '
fa ;ball,Dgar,
. La Fior,
LaKlttca,
laArancano, .1
J:R,.,;,KV,4,'.'
raucn, .
Truelia, , ,k
Cbaoa,
Sobrlna, '
Tranciaco, I .,
Eucamadora,
XlPajara, .:
Bl Arlerto,
Hi Cunipllmlento,'
Buchanan. An.
nenry utay,
Our .rr.imm.nl. .n.l. 41,.. - ... . . ....
receipt ut all tbe new nad beat brands aa soon as
they sue imported. , ;
ttVl, SCKSTETN ft 00.. Druggists,
S122 Oeeoaltetr.e Poetofa.ee. '
Simes's Pure Cod-liver Oil
' it- -
Pa.,BJH2?lT 8EKT AND PALATA
BLB. The r,rol-tore of thi oil spare no ei
f,a.laa.l, tiionl,- nlic. a.rT mT. Tw-""
uvu. ' in uariea mmr s si I nrm... v . ...,... . x'.ii
onentlVl n,rTi,r. ".' V"' " L":
'
.
. AUCTION) SALES.
'".J'. "v"a waswriaroi
.??!,,!B"1 nnns-honse, eorasr ef
'--
Ai.y,!"L A-E-ijr THUS. JOUN-
nS.!rJa 8!-nnis Do. 3 Hatn-stieet, he.
m i 7 ",or't Positive aale i.f Dry Go.da,
Merchant Taliora' .uj Ulothlei.' O ode, Bo..ta.
nT,Mri'Ji,1J,i'If,.li?' ""' lou. -TUESDAY
MORNINU, Oct. lr II, oommenulng at X
o oi' c, will be sold, withunt any reaerve, 4S0 loie
of Koretaro and D. mertlc 1 n Goodi,conipilinn; a
Tory desirable assortment fnrclty and eouutr; talue.
, ALSO
The largest and most de.irable stock "fMer.bant
TallnrV aud Dlothlera' Gim da. Trimaoinga. thlrta
and Drawers, Ac, offered h la season.
ALSO-
Oases Bats, Caps, TJmbrxi -as, lu.
ALSO
On WEDNESDAY MOkmNG, October II, com.
nienHnsat 9 'a o'cWk, 2W caaea Boots, Hhoes and
Drogaus. rrnah .tock, and warranied panect, witn
pieces of Vnlvet, Braasels and Three-ply CUrpotlng.
h. B.-Tha attention of city and country buyerala
invited to tbis aale.
QCIO THOMAS JOHSSTON. neion.r.
AUUTIOM SALEBIT H. 8. M11.E3
A ; CO., Mo. SS Main strtet, aecond atory.-larj.
'ee Grocerle. and Boote and rihoea at Auotlon.
On TUEbDAT atUUNING, October II, at So'alock.
a general variety of Staple Oreoerles.
AlAO
.ccnslgesaeriU-la Uercee Rlee, 115 boxes and
fH'iK. r,!i'';, Kentucky and Mieaourl Tobacco,
J,0i1 ndii. M. 0. and D. Bag and Btraw Paper, l.dMI
boxes Imported Cigars.
.... , . . . ALSO
A1i0.? ?locJtA ''"' ,"olf ' Men's and Boys' Kin
.i,if BooMB'aIf. Women's and Mla.ee5
Boots, to. H. 8. M ILB8 1 CO., Auctioneers.
AUCTION SAL E BY G. BRA.
-TWl SHEARS 4 CO.-SalM.mom. Nn. 7 .nri ua
Maln-etreet. Boot, andanoesat Auction Poremp-
4o aui a general aaaortment of freeh and deslrubia
Goods. Q. BBASHKAB8 JtCO., Anctn.
REMOVAL.
TIIE FISH OF
SPKAGUE & CO.
HAVB OPENED IN THEIR
Ne -w store
Sonth-eant Cor. Fourth and Vine,
THURSDAY 8TII INST.,
WITH THE LARGEST AND
PRETTIEST stork of Goods tat ftlEM'S
WBAB ever offered in Cincinnati. .
TH8 eiOUX OF
PIECE GO O D S ,
To make to Measwe, wUl be large and varied.
We have a
New Corps of Cutters,
From New York and Philadelphia, who profess to
understand the art of Cuttlnf Stylish Garments to
order.
asr For past favors we return many thanks, and
hope to merit future patronage. Truly,
SPRACUE & CO.
faspT.tf
23CONOMYI
Premium Coal Cooking: Stove.
THE ALLIGATOR,
Bmoke-consumlng Coal Cooling stove,
. ; Is wlthont a rival. Call on
ADAMS & PECKOVER,
Inventors s nd Manufaoturers,
Novelty Iron Works,
3 3 3
Fonrth-street, West of Rmltn.
Iiamlae the AlIlBtt'ur
e
read testimonials.
ATTENTION, BUILDEES!
THOS. W. EARRIN & CO.
HAVE ESTABLISHED THE PACT
that they are selling lumber at their yard on
ln SwffoatdnXt inohlMtl' Hamlltoa and
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Dealers In ths oity.
"Quick Sales and Small Profit."
U THEIB MOTTO.
They submit the following list of priest
- ' J'.V A maT.f-
uiear inmoer, slltmot jeesee, 1 In. mess Jt so Uo Oli
. ...... vvtsju w mom.
-v.. w"i'i iuju riaua.....,, at uu 31)
3D dp
Mtii
tvuuu an loicaueesee..,
1M 17 W
11 SO 13 W
21 AO 0ft
UN) 12 ISO
11 SO 14 00
MOO 37 SO
miru uoarils......,,
Grub Plank, face meaanre,
Hemlock Jolat, Bcautllug and Timber,..!
Poplar
Flrat Oommon Flooring Boards.,... J
Thlnl ' ' ..... 18 an
34 Ml
rirst Oommon Weather Boards. ,. is oo
Second " ' . i. m
) CO
17 59
Cedar Poets, A by 4, S feet, per hund"redZ So Co so od
Cedar ' for fenolng, " , " ... 90 00 Bas
13 TO
wui " - ' au oa a w
A ftrrther reduetlon ef W per cent, wfll be made ow
bills of leoeor mora; '
We hare one of tbe largest and best selected ttoekat
of Lumber la the Cincinnati market, whloh ws offer
for sale at the above pi ices.
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.
sepatf
Places of Holding Elections.
, CITT CLIBK'S OFFfJS, ,
'' nnrnnv. a. iaao r
IN pursnanee of s resolution adopted by the
City Council, on tbe stb day of October, ISM.
notice la rmmhv slv.n tn the aliAllrli A .l.n.,,r. .u.
different Warns, that the foilowlna olao-a were dea.
Ignated to hold aald election said eleetlou to be
bolden on the 11th day or October, 18M, vis:
Tift Ward Old etilne-h .rise, north side of
Fourth-street, between Sycamore and Broadway.
Second Ward Eiialne.nansu.. nt wu, m .....
lea' Iuatitiite,on8lth-etreet.
Tlilrd Ward Small h.li-V mmm ...,u .1.. .
"eooDd-etreet, . between - Lad low 'and i...r.nM
street..
ftmrtb tVard1 Cnsrlna-linnM. .... .14. . vi-
te?,,L,K.tw".'ont'", 8econd.atre.te.
Mrth Mard No. S Kuilnaiouae.eaat tide of Vine,
street, betwsen Canal and Conrt.atm.ts.
blxto Ward Uockman'e Coal-otfioe. en Park,
etrwt and W liltewater Oral,
.oeveiith Ward Leonard'a Pork-house, on west
sldnor Kim. near Fourteenth -street.
aigu n naro-Kngine-noiise on CnttSMtreet, be.
twen Het eand Lanrel-etreeta
Ninth Wara No. 7 Cnfflne. linns.. Sim W.K...
street, bet. een Main and fycamurr.streeta.
Tenth Ward Eogtns-houee on Bace-atraet. be.
tweea Tblrteemb and Fourteenth-streets.
Eleventh Ward Junoilon of Hamllton-rosd and
Tln.-slreet, at Mohawk Euglne-house.
Twelfth Ward Brlahton Xnalna.hnnui ... n..k.
street , . ,
Tblrteenth Ward Engine-hnuae on fyostaor.
atreet, bet een Seventh aad Klihtb-streeta.
F.iurteenih Warsl-Enrlne bouse on Gsorge-etreel.
betwxn Plum and Western-row.
rineentn - am v. eetere nglne-bouae,on Fifth,
street, between Mound and bnil'h-et reals.
iignm and
MifoTL filf . L awn, OB lUUIUUAt
UOItMNG, October 13, eommenclng at o'climk.
without reserve, 300 caaea Men's, Boys, Youths'. Wo
men's. MtHM.1 .nin:hililran'. a.,,. Uh. 1, .

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