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WANTED.
WANTED TO. SELL-Scholarships in
' w w Gnndry , Bacon s, and Ohio and western
College-good far day end waning coarse of Double
ntry Book-keeping. Money la saved by baying
' tbtm. Apply at TUTTLE'8 Exchange Office, north
h W IVIUDI U, DfHUVIVMlll A UI
1 Qol.0 W. O. AOKUT.
WANTED TO HIKE A DWELLING
.. Containing eight or ten rooms, furnlahsd,
fjffi Ja0, ni,0be ddl boardof asmall
VVANTED-A N0R8E-G1HL IM ME-
uuTHiipii no. ise uacesireet. between
ronrth nrf Vlfth 11 v..
WANTED V URN IS HBO ROOM
Without board, suitable for a man and wife.
Address, mating terms and location, 0. K. 8., Penny
T70 UJllUC. UOMUT
117"ANTKD TENANT The advertiser
w wishes to engage a respectable family to take
a part of the home on Fourth-street, corner of Elm,
and allow him to retain the parlors, furnished by
. himself, for a dental office. Befertnc required.
aggress uicmiar, tnn omce. ocizu
w
ANTED TO RENT A Briok Dwell-
Id Hfluu. containing about five to six moms.
Jlfhln one mile Irom the Postofflce. Apply at Q. A
rjruca.icuva, 123 Maln-sireet. ocl2b
, mjsJTANTED IMMEDIATELY Tallora
. ww and Operator for Singer's SewlngHachlDee,
at 6M Elin-ltreet. Good wagei given to competent
nana. iocirj o. vianLU,
WANTED Ai our business b at thli
season of the year rapidly Increasing, we
and forth a general lntllatlon io all who may want
. xe nire onoice neip, ana aiso to mote id want oi any
kind of work, to call at our Intelligence Office and
. Bate their wants supplied. But, perhaps, tome may
say,I have been at Intelligence offices and have ntrer,
or wldom received any benefit therefrom. We reply,
that may be very true, but bare yon ever been at onr
Office, to the office of A. D. Canon A Co., No. 381
Weerera-row. If yon hare not, you should given a
trial Immediately. We practice no deception; wesel
dom. if ever, fall to glre general satisfaction. A. D.
0AB30N ft 00. oollbt
WANTED HELP A man that oan milk
and take care of horses, and make himself
oseful abont a homo; also, small nursa girl; tea good
girls want situations In city and country. The right
place to get reliable help is at my omce. to? Elm and
Ilnth-tttMt. TH0MA8 BfOHANAN
tocllb'
WANTED TWO GIRLS On a good
washer and lroner, and one eook and to do
general house-work. Apply at 133 Broadway.
IOC1 1 DT I
WANTED SITCATION A young lady
of good addroe wishes a situation to attend
lore. A dry goods or fancy store preferred, in which
he has had two year experience, Address L. M.,
thlsoffloe. ocllb
w
ANTED SITUATION. As aook in
nrivate family bra vounir woman. Reference
given. Address A. M., at Penny Press office, ocllb
WANTED HELP Clerks, agents,
mechanics, farm-hands, men need to the car
of horse aud cows, porters, waiters, carriage-drivers,
a man and hi wife to go on a farm; also, female ser
vants, for rooks, dining-room, chamber and kitchen
girls. Apply at the well-known Intelligence Agency
So. 383, Westernrow. A. D. CABoON ft CO.
ocllbt,
WANTED ROOMS By a widow lady
with two children, of the ages of twelve and
fourteen Tears, two rooms in an agreeable locality.
Address E. 0., at this office. ocllb
w
ANTED A WAITER At Earl'i Din-
leg Saloon, No. 8 Bast Fourth-!, oclllr
WANTED FOUR OR FIVE ROOMS
With gas and Water, second floor, conveni
ently located, for a small family. Prompt puymonts
guaranteed,
office.
Address, with particulars, &o P.. Ibi
vtl iu-
w
ANTED JOURNEYMAN BAKER
At No. IIS West Fifth-street. ocllb"
WANTED SALESMAN A man 22 to
it years old, to go to Hew Orleans and re
main there permanently. Salary $500. to be In
creased 1100 each year. Addreaa Box 643, Postofflce,
stating previous occupation, age, reference, Ac
ocllb'l
WANTED GIRL To do general house
work. A German Protestant preferred. A p.
ply at No 37a Baymlller street. ocllb
WANTED TWO ROOMS AND KITCH-EN-Bv
a small family without children.
Address E. 8., Box No. 67, city. oclo
WANTED CLERKS, SALESMEN,
bookkeepers, barkeepers, porters, ooopors,
carpenters, mechanic and other, can find situation
t the Merchants' Clerks' Eoglstry Office, No, 1
Wost Flfth-street,
ootl-b BALK ft 00.
WANTED AGENTS and others to call
and examine the corn-hukr, gate-fastening,
egg-beater, knlfe-pollsber, scissors-sharpeners, and
a variety of other things, first-rate to travel with, at
GBAKT, PITTMAN A C08.,
oeteoddw No. 8 West Third-street.
w
ANTED TINNERS Three or four
fffMld t1nnmftt Vn. 140. War Fffth.BtrAAt.
Apply .mmfld.atply. ncM
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-TWO FRONT ROOMS
Suitable forsleepingapartmentsfortwn or more
gentlemen, lu a very pleasant, geuteel locality. In
quire at No, HI East Third-street. ociab
FOR RENT BRICK DWELLING A
good, prompt tenant may bear of a good and
convenient Dwelling, with 8 or V rooms, for rent,
suitable for lawyers and Court-house employees, the
same being situated on Broadway, a few squares
above the Court House.
Apply immediately to Bit. F. BIEDEIt,
. ocia lw 78 West Third-street, un stairs.
FOR RENT A LOT 80 feet front on
Broadway, running through to canal basin 190
feet. Also, one M feet front, and 150 feet deep, with
alt-sheds thereon, on same street, between Elobth
od Ninth-streets. Apply to Dr. A me. Wf t cornsr
Frontand8yeainor.trets,orat 124 East Fourth
street. ocllcawbw
IOR RENT FRONT ROOM To on or
. -. VWP gentlemen a second-story front room, fur
nished, In one of the best locttioni in the city. In
quire at lot Sixth-street, opposite the Southirnte
House. ocllb
FOR RENT SLEEPING ROOM One or
two gentlemen can be accommodated with a
neatly-furnished front room, without board, lu a
respectable private family, where no boarders are
kept. References required. Apply at No. 108 Lung,
worth strset, noar Plum. ocl ll
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE Omnibuses, Peddler Wagons,
Spring Wagons and Buggies.
.. .. J- B- PALMES,
ocia-ameod Bank-street Omnibus Factory.
FOR SALE Well-bred black-and-tan Ter
rier Pnns. at the stables en RnrnAt.
street, between Vine and Bace and Third
and Fourth. ocl 3 b
FOR SALE ROUTE A good route on the
Penny Press. The owner 1 compelled to leave
the city, otherwise it wonld not be offered for sale.
liun M.I ,ka Pni.nttn- ' ..in
FOR SALE A Horse and light covered
finrins Wacrnn. anltahln far tn hminM iMi
at 3l Court street, near Westorn-row, from 3 to i
o clock, P. AI.
ocl I
r , snil.lvvinvuiu
I0R SAliH-DilTWa SALOON-Theo'ld
".ui. niiwi wan
East Fourth-ctreet having seventy-live prompt pay.
Ing boarders, and a good transient trade. For Tor.
ther particulars Inquire on the premise. ocllb
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FINGER
ORGAN For any good article of trade. A
handsome flnger-orxan, with two stops, mahogany
aw. Address box 406, Post-offlc", Covington.
FOR S A LE PAPERS Several thousand
old papers at 33c. ner hundred, at this nffln
BOARDING.
BOARDING Two unfurnished front rooms
for gentlemen and ther wives. Also, a few dn
boarders, at 2M Hace-slreot, above Kixth-street. Iter,
renoes required. ocl.o
MOARDING Wanted, a good furnished
- room and board: by a gentleman and wife, in a
5S.,enrSJ''i.t.e flral'T of hw or B0 boarders. Ad
dres BOX, this office. ooll-b
130ARDING Three or four gentlemen oan
"J!'" i and board In a private family,
where there are a few boarders, at No. 107 Longworth
street , between Elm and Plum . Term moderate.
loollb!
lOARDlfi U-A furnished and unfurnished
'-.-m.uiiuuiuimniini
-nnm f..- tm tl J , ,
.u. i.iukii iiu several single gentle
men can be acoommodatcd with board atufllnce
street, below Fourth. Also, day boarding, octloc
LOST.
. 0 ST-D 0 G A White Italian
eral reward will be paid for his return to tne ouutu
west corner of tleventh and Elm-strsot, Mo. H7 Her.
enth-street. oclitb
T OST $5 REWARD Tuesday morning,
M-d in the water-closet of the Burnet-house, an
Knglleh 1'atnnt Lever Banling-watch, silver aees.
I be finder will receive the above reward by return
ing it ro the office of the bouse, or to the owner, MS
walnut-Btreet. oolJb'
1LL1AM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT ltA W, tjkase BoKalagt, So. t East Third-
epo-ai
THE PRESS.
WEDNESDAY...
-OCTOBER 13
WANTI WANT8II
I you want a servant, advertise In
THE PENNY PRESS
Is? you want a house, advertise In
THE PENNY FKBgg.
If yon want to sell anything, advertise in
TUB PENNY PRESS.
If you want to buy anything, advertise In
THE PENNY PRESS,
l tkot, every want supplied by advertising In
THE FENNY PRESS,
CITY MATTERS.
ar-Penny Pre to bo had rerjr
morning at the Countlng-roora door.
only one cent.
Don't forest that the Pennv
Press ! the medium through which to
make known your wants 1 Advertise.
ments of five lines and leas, inserted
mice for twenty-five cental
FlIDJB WaHTin A ffirl
feeding a oylinder or Adama nre t. .nt.j
immediately at this office. Apply at the
eountine room, this afternoon, from a Lr, i
o'clock.
ESPTlia .-. . , . ..
card of William Peare, in another column.
Pm.rna rntTD T)..i .1 l .
------ buuu, . uaji ma Hour
Was rMnlMit fn lnn r .v.- .
Polloe Court, yesterday morning.
MV A haf thaf will nla. I . j
ir Z ; svjriv BUQ
OniBh, and give a consideration in service for
the outlay, is the four-dollar hat told at
vvuu , 1 iuain-Btreei.
- O . IHMVUID
Bodies, by the L. M. k C. k X. R. R., to
Columbus, will be returned frn
' 1WJIHVU,
of full fare one way.
Street Was discovered on flra. at an ! Iiui.
yesterday morning, by a servant girl, and put
vun veivfv mu Biarin was given.
NilUIALlZiTInit PiPIBB. The TnllnB,tn I.
the numbsr of naturalisation papers issued In
Probate and Bnnerlnr flnnrt. RiinniAv
Monday: Probate Court, Saturday, 110: on
Monday, 220. Probate Court, Saturday, 41
on Monday, 120. Total, 491.
f run An Tktss iiawh.
uuuavi UIO VUW
pany reoolved yesterday two more cars from
,1 . Ml..Mf..(.H .1 U 1 1 ... v..
.uv wMjuiwivj- ui jiiurpny (X Allison, ralia-
dfilnhia. ThAV have al.A rmntmA 4k- -n.tu...
stable sttusted on Baymiller-street, between
Eighth and Ninth, for their depot.
Conobaled WxAPOiis A man named Mar
tin O'Brien was before Judge Lowe, yesterday,
oharged with oarrylng concealed weapons a
lung-shot and was sentenoed to ten days im
prisonment in the County Jail. He was also
Sfled $6 and costs for being drunk and dis
orderly. To Retail, Dealbbs. The advertisement of
Devou k Rockwood, in to-dav's issue, should
be read by all retailers of silks, millinery
and fanov goods in our cilv and neighboring
towns. Their stock mnst he examined to be
fully appreciated. No house in the West
olTors such advantages.
Cobohxb's Ixqckst. Coroner Carey was
called upon yesterday to hold an inquest over
me aeaa ooay 01 air. aamuei .Lewis, found
at the corner of Main and Webster streets,
The verdict of the jury was that deceased
came to his death by inhaling an overdose of
omoroiorm.
3That erring individual who last even
ing donned a new hat and left an eld one at J.
C. Thomas k Co.'s hat store, 140 Main-street,
is moBt courUoiuly requetted to call and rectify
the error, as he must have discovered, ere
this, the differenco 'Iwixt tuuih dum and
dueedlt dee.
Meteorological observations' for tha
Pikkt Pbisb, by Henry Ware, Optioian, No.
1 wesi ronru-itreet, uocooer 11, 18B9.
'cock' Barometer. Thermometer.
Hf (29, sjri
q"m' ' ' M
v UiMNitti Hsiiis 29.65 ' W
, "The earnings of the Cincinnati, Ham
ilton and Dayton Railroad Company for six
months, to September 30, 1859, from all
sources, were $283,11 8.48. Expenses for same
time, including interest and taxes, $187,342,
14. Net earnings, $75,77fl,34. Out of whioh
a dividend of 3 per cent, was declared.
Burglary. The residenoo of Mr. George
Burr, on Sycamore-street, near Pond le ton, was
burglariously entered day before yesterday,
duriog the absenoe of the family, and robbed
of a new silk dress and a pocket-book contain
ing $6 in good money, and $40 on a broken
bank. The tbeif gained entrance through a
tide window.
BftOEa DOWX. A hmrvv onnUlninn f .
William Thorp and Mr. 8. Algeriar, broke
down about half-put three o'clock yesterday
afternoon, at the corner of Eighth and Linn,
throwing the occupants to the ground with
such force as to injure them severely. Mr.
Thorp waa thrown on his faco, and badly
bruised. Mr. Algeriar bad his right arm
sprained.
Gctbbik Ghats. At a meeting of the Guth
rie Orays, held at their Armory night before
last, the following offioers were elected i
Quarter-master John F. Hoy.
Ensign J. C. Parker.
Fint Company goond Lieutenant J. M,
Wilson.
Second Company Captain S. K. Hayi. ,
First Lieutenant Julian White.
Corporals 0. C. Pierson, Thos. Royse.
Tha Company accepted the invitation to at
tend the concert of Capt Menter.
CBIMI 0M TBI INCBIASB AsOTHBB MoSDgR-
oca Assiuw. A Man 'a Bbains Bkaiiw Out .
About half-past twelve o'clock yesterday, a
difficulty occurred at the south-east corner of
Third-street and Western-row between a
laborer in Jacob's Foundery .named Peter Fin
land, and a huckster named Andrew Brannon,
when the latter struck the former over the
head with a monkey-wrench, inflicting six
severe and perhaps fatal wounds. Finland's
skull was fractured in several places and his
brain exposed. He was carried to his resi
dence near by, and Dr. Norton sent for, who
dressed his wounds, and gave as his opinion
that his renoverv waa lnnhtdil ft. Aim
oulty grew out of an old grudge, and we are
- v rv,v. n.lO lUUUU iUkUAl-
catod. Brannon escaped. Officers are on
the look OUt. and hA will nmk.Mt, K. ...
rested.
Thb Euctioit Yistibdat. A stranger in
our city would hardly have supposed, in
walking the streets yesterday, that an im
portant election was being hold. Save a
quiet gathering around the different places of
voting, nothing unusual presented itself in
our street. Very few drunken men could
be aeen, and no disturbances of any import
ance took place. Men went to the polls,
voted, and returned to their avocations, and
appeared entirely unconcerned as to how his
neighbor voted, or whether he did so at all.
As yet there hss been little complaint of ille
gal voting, though two or three arrests havo
been made for that offense. Few cities of the
same size with Cincinnati can boast of suoh
quiet and orderly elections ; and this was
more quiet than usual. The vote) was a light
one, and the result can be seen by referring
to the proper column,
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Cincinnati Produce Market.
TUESDAY EVENING, October 11, 1859.
FLO0B The demand continues quite limited, and
the sale unimportant. The transaction emprise
xtra. 4jm brl were received the last 24 hour.
WH18KY-Tn market ws du'l, and a decline or
Mo .was established. The sales comprise 700 brie, at
PKOVIRIONS-Bscou firm, and mostly held at IH
, w uMuv. wiu . iuu iv, bdu Hume oiear
Bides In bulk at II. Ibe rate for Shoulders was with
ODt packages.
GKOCEKIES-Ttie market is flrm, with aanod de-
imac.j and Coffee 12 2H,
tlR ATV-Wkn. A.m 4- A A. J A
81 05 for Red, and Si 081 1J for White. Oats, Corn
BDTTBB The market Is firm, and the demand
S-' ltto., according to qua ity.
TUESDAY EVENING, October 11, 1859. [By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
New York Market. NEW YORK, October 11—P. M.
Ashes steady: sales 800 brls. at la 87 for pota, and
85 87 for nearls. FlourA.nd inn h,,r BnA mAiS
ativelr act Ire: sales 13,600 brl. at $4 60e4 So for
superfine State; 84 794 W for extra State; U W&
4 7o for snperflne Western; 4 Mi 10 for common Tto
tneaiam extra western, ana so DOOM u ror Inferior
to aooa shlpplne brands extra ronnd boon Ohio, clos
ing flrm and aulet. Canadian firmer: sale. i.vt hvia
at t M 30 forconimoa to cboioe extra. Bre Flour
$3 V(St 40.
Wheat J and se. belter: sales 11,000 bushels at Si OS
for No I Chicago spring; Si 10 for extra Michlao
clnb;Sl li for whit Canadian, and $1 JO for white
Ohio. Bre scarce and better: sales 1,600 bushel at
90c. Barley a (hade firmer: sales (MOO bushels good
Canadian at (Oo. Oats baoyant at 4345X0. for Btate,
uu low,." . TnwmiuuuiuWJiaD. .
wn iiav cuorant: sales or m br is at M v.
Pork lower for mM anil flrm.r tar .rlmv 1
1,100 brl. at SIS OOAis M for mess, and Slu 75U for
prime; 8l for prime mess: 814 uait ts ir thin
mess, and $13 78 for clear. Bf steady at Si M(Jb4 74
for country prime; 336 for do. mens; ,568 for re
packed, and J10ill for extra. Beef hams quiet, new
Western aelflnff at 4lAail7. Prime dim. iV nn.
changed and nominal. L)ut meat very acarce and
uvuiiuai i ou. lur ouuuiueis auilA ejso zor nam.
Bacon dnll and without sale.
J.erd buoyant: sales 4(10 brls. at UMAIlMe.
Batter )2lSo, for Ohio, and ie$)n. for Stat.
Cheese In moderate demand at auinUe.
Ootton aneettied: Salea nnimnarnt. Annt.ffana
ouirar onoyant: mnscoraao SuWKo. -Coffee
quiet but steady at luM&Uo.
. IronactlTtat ZH&Mo
211 Quiet; Lard jtQMiti.
sad dull and lower; Ualent & M&& 70.
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, October 11.
Cotton ateadr: aaTaa 11.nmh.lM t inhisiiiu rn
mldilllng qualities. Hale tor three days, 31,500 bales;
rece pU tlo. 83,000 bale, against 2,000 bale last year;
receipts ahead of last year, M,uoo bale. Sugar steady
pew crop quoted at 7o., and the old atetfanHo. for
fair to fully fair. Kew Molasses is quoted alMo.
HOME INTEREST.
Bff- A. A. Eyster, Clocks, "Watches and
Jswelry, Mo. 841 and 171 Western-row. .
paf Dagnerrelan Gallery, south-west oor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hanaaford'a
drng slore. ricturt taken and put In good case for
twentrcsat, Wairented to pitas.
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
Judge. Mallon sat yesterday for the purpose
r
of receRlng applications for cltlrenshlp.
SUPERIOR COURT.
1, was opened yestsrday, Judge
Bpencer on the bench, but no business was ready to
fonoorunAday'1 ,J,0rned W ,a
nin00, Wndg 'Hoedlr sat during thefcre
SS?nh"A S.,tnr"d wveral foreigner." In this
flnal M.'iS V ".""-"ti recelvsd thet
nnai papers on the previous day,
PROBATE COURT.
were naturalized. The number of
twent" tn h"le,1 n Monday vu " hundred and
m.n1.'V,K,-I'ydli Whlttaker, a colored wo.
iTtn'nUii1' yr" ;. now a resident of Ham
!i..r?UI,tT','),,wra ln Jurt and exeouteda dcou
mentmanumlttinaayoutiff mnlatto woman named
tSV5SShOrfWa0m "??" hld as slaresln
tn rarun of Ascension, Louisiana.
AMUSEMENTS.
Wood's Tbiatib. Notwithstanding the
w . txtlI?ent,?onc?,rP,DI ,ne slsotionr there
TW.'i7' '"hlonableand highly dellgbtedaudlenoe
!h?8.boTe..th,t"r' ,0 ltn tn g"hd, sublims
lrihTT,tta fl"nUtiou of that goigeouslT
arranged drama, Tna 8a ov Ics, whloa was so acf
mirably presented last eveniog. It was a palpable
lmprpTement nnoo the presentation of the previous
annrhr7rsxd.,,poe,,o olject ,o M5'-
deJriT?Ss,Sft?m?ariM'M0Uel,0Uon,,,,,dtttle
.Dj0!.Br,t Pf'f'Sss. secure your scat tarly.
Be advrtlsomeut for to night.
Assault. Edward Doyle was last night ar
rested for committing an atsanlt with intent to
kill upon the persons of A. MoWiokerand Fat.
Fane.
COVINGTON NEWS.
James H. Brown, Stephon Brown, Nicholas
r -V ?r.n f a-mond, and Thomas Ferie,were
ach held to bail yeeterday ln the sum of Ssoo, for
tlielr appearauce at the next term of the Circuit
S?iUI2,Ka ohr ot oonnterfeitlng. Ih officers
think they bar now got th wholi gang.
The siMfllal
-r-. -vu vi iuo viiDiiuiiurr wiw
Bn?n?,,(,Illr.lw Pons. John Williams and
Kllen Beate, were Indicted, and they only for mil
demeanor. The Jurors were discbargod.
Thomas Jones, o ges-fittor, was badly suf-
incareq iiignt oeror last while ilttlng on a cap. alon g
Madlson-street, between Third end Fourth, he was
fBlll f Sat Jaf
We e.frt tn Iam tl. - -. - it.
a k i n j . . uioouub; OI 10
School Board last Frluay evening:, Professor Prurr
resigned hi position as Principal of the High
School. Prof. Drury has lalwrod with the higl 'at
ynr. iu mis .cnooi. ana inoeea
may be regarded as its founder. Fulling health how
S!i,1f,!,V?i!i?, m,tt0 i,l.?n Having Taught for 18
deeply Mi. " ,OM w,u
p ii if will neronflerl comluctodby Vmtl. I
pVUoln r " !
I
News From the Gray Pony!!
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We stop the Calorio to announce that the
Grav Ponv. an mvatarlAmlw ml.111 .
- - ". away
from onr offioa door Friday morning hut, is
reported having passed Xenla same morning
at 2 o'clock and 2.4 mlftiitA. nntt, 1 1 - i
- ...v v.y numr un(
2i mimttt ont from Cincinnati. Our Informant
has no hesitation in saving that, had the
thief's aoat.ta.ll haa 1 , n,j
Gray" wouldeasily have made it ln 1 hour 22k
minutes. Alas I poor Gray, we'll never see
his like asaln. Won't nms Ana h !. t,l.
. w vwv vuv V aJS gk wfj,
that "boss V
INKLINGS.
Forty -one oltv nrisnnar . t m.n n..
hill-side yesterday.
Georcre Eatterslv waa fimul ftin mnA a.i. t...
Judce Lowe vasterdav for
Duffy. . -.' .. o -a--
George Seltier had hll nnnknt nlnV.J .1 k.
Fifth Ward polls yesterday, of a wallet eon-
.lug in. uuuurait maa vwenty aouars.
A boy named George Akley was lodged lu
the Ninth-street Btatlon-houae last night for
stealing some chickona fromPolioeman Jaoobl.
A man named P. Byan was drowned In tbo
Ohio River yesterday. Ills body waa recovered
and an Inquest held by the Coroner.
Notwithstanding the election, no more ar
rests were made last night than usual.
Yovxo Mkk'sChbistiaiiUkioh The anni
versary of the Young Men's Christian Union
will come off in this city Thursday next.
Addresses will be delivered by Eev. Kingston
Goddard, of Christ's Church, Eov. Mr. Bhep
pard, of Ninth-street Baptist Church, and
Rev. Geo. C. Robinson, of Union Chapel.
NEWPORT NEWS.
Some bones, bsdly decayed, were discovered
"I tb workmen while dldglnga cellar for Mr. But
cher, on York etreet, nearly opposite the postofflce.
Tht-y are supposed to be th remains of an Infant,
buried tbere very long ago.
Our Nawnort anil f!Alrtlnn f.:1. .,...
- , - - - wv.a..gw III.UU, lUUOb
excuse us for our lack of Items to day, as the crowd
ed state of our columns, caused by the election re-
turn. mnilaMt, In.....; 1. 1 . . . . .
...... u . .., ,vjo, U ,o wiiqtuiBmucuipios to
aoythlng else. Well, election, like Christmas, comes
but onco a yrr,
California. Horace Qroely thinka that Cal
Ifornia will ultimately distinguish herself in
the fruit line) and she will be great in wine,
though the universal philosopher is not so
oredulons of a vinous inundation as torn peo
ple are. He sayi :
Peach trees, only six years set, whioh havo
oorne lour large burdens of fruit while grow
ing luxuriantly each year, are quite oommon.
Apple-trees but three years set, yet showing
at least a bushel of large fair fruit, are abund
ant. I bare seen peach-trees four or Are years
from the States, which have all the fruit they
can stagger under, yet have grown three feet
of new wood over this load during the current
season. Dwarf pears, jnst stuck into the black
loam, and nowise fertilised or cultivated, but
oovered with fruit the year after they were set,
and thenceforward bearing larger and larger
yields with each suooeeding summer, are seen
in almost every tolerable fruit-patch. I oan
not discover an instance in which any fruit,
tree, having borne largely one vear. consults
its dignity or its ease by standing still or
grunmg wuuu oniy tne next year, as is common
ourway. I hav seen green gages and other
pium-treos so thickly set with fruit, that I am
sure the plums would far outweigh the treci,
leaves and all ; and not one borer, ouroulio,
caterpillar, apple-worm, or other nuisance of
that large and undolightful family, appears to
be known in all this region. Under a hundred
fruit-trees you will not see one bulb which hss
prematurely fallon a vlotlm to this destructive
brood.
The Franklin Discovery Ship.
The little sorow yacht Fox, now famous, ar
rived ln the East India Docks yesterday. It
lay alongside the quay within the basin all
day. Her appearance is as quiet and purpose
like as the narrative of hor commander, Capt.
MoClintook, now the theme of every tongue.
She seems absolutely without a soratoh on her
black hull, and looks 'more sober, so to speak,
than yaohts in general. There is very littlo
ornament about her, and what she has is in
wonderfully good condition. The 'Jo is a
round-sterncd sorew, has three slender, rather
raking masts, is of topsail-schooner rig, and
email poop aft. Indeed, every thing is small
abont the ship save her achievements. She 1
rather sharp forward, and her bows are platted
over with iron. As one soans the Fox more
closely, we detect preparations about her for
other dangers than beset the English waters.
She looks not unlike a bundle of heavv hand
spikes, iron-pointed at each end, as if for fenc
ing on arm ice. A beautiful Esquimaux ca
noe is lashed on her starboard ouarter. A
small anohor hanging over her side amidships,
beside the oustomary one at the bow, is sug
gestive of dangers risked and overcome. Out
side the ship, at the bottom of the ropes that
stay the foremast, are a conple of ice-saws
ready for use. They groatly aid the mind In
pioturing the sort of work required of tbem
Another singularity in the asneet of the Fox.
is a pair of small antlers fixed at the end of
the bowsprit doubtless of some meaning to
the orew, and oonneoted with the disoovery.
The sole evidence of damage is anewlv-broken
spar, whioh lies on the deck, a part of her jib
boom, carried away somewhere on the English
ooast. In short, there lies the Fox, looking as
unassuming among the surrounding eraft ai
ever hero does among the sons of men, when
his work is and bis
London Star, Sept. 24.
Astronomical Clock.
There is. in ilia inurn nf Voif,.W r...
an astronomical clock, made by Hon. Walter
Folgcr, when he waa only twonty-two years
of ege. The plan of the whole machinery
of the clock was matured and comploted in
his mind before ho commenced to put it to
gether. It kfiftn thA onrrnnt Aatn nf titn
year, and the figures change aa the year
changes. The sun and moon, represented
by balls, appear to rise and set on tne face of
the clock, with all their variations and
phases as in the heavens. It alto indicates
the sun's place iu the ecliptic, keeps an ac
count of the motion of the moon's nodes
around the ecliptic, the sun's and moon's
declination. The wheel that keeps the date
of the year revolves around once in one hun
dred vears. It remains nl.ill ten vain iJ
after that time starta regularly ono notch.
in is clock is considered, by those who have
witnessed its performance, to be one of the
greatest anecimena nf mewthanlnol imivan,,:..
V - I UIVUULJ
in tne country, requiring not only mechan
ical skill, but a perfect knowledge of as
tronomy. When the Inventor died, a fa vmmva .In..
It "ran down." and no one enuld ha fnnnd tn
adjust the parts. On of his sons, a clock
maker h trada. atnilUil It f t
and after making a vast amount of mathsmat-
, I l ., n .. .....
wai oaioujauons, nnauy regulated ics motions,
so that now its pendulum swings in its regular
arcs. The inventor also, when fiftv-fnur
of age, oonstrnotcd a rotieotlng telescope, by
which be was enabled to discover spots on the
planet Venus. Mr. Folgor never attended
school but a few months to learn tha fniim.T,i.
of learning, but he possessed superior natural
ahllit A mi.il ,ln ,hl I.J J-J l-f ..
wM,...vn, m uiiuu ,um vuirsieu tor iniormatioo,
and unoommon powera of application and per
severance. A solentiflci ftlUn . WriA la Ann w
sant with the leading minds of the country, in
speaking or him, said he was the greatest
mathematician hi itk law.
AUCTION SALES.
HA ifiiT4!" Broadcloths, 9 do Casalms-a, l
S,,;.'"' '? do 19 do flawed Merino. Tabl-
oloth., Portmonnal, lluen Handkerchief, and a
variety ol other Goods. A. KELLOGO. Ano'r.
AUCTION SALE -By KELLOGG k
WILIiIAMS-Sale-rnoms22anlM East Third.
treet.-On WEDNESDAY MOKNISO. October .
at tr o'clock, retail stock of Dry and Fency floods!
Clothing, Watch., Jewelry. Boot, Shoe., AoT
At 10 o clock-A large stock of new sod second
band Kurnlture, consisting of a general assortment i
Carpet, Bedding, and a variety. '
ocl A. KKLLOGO, Anctlnnoer.
AUCTION SALE BY KELLOGG k
WILLIAMS-'ales-roorns No, tt and M last
Thlrd-streel.-pu WEUMKainT atOBNINO, oot.
12, at 9 o'clock, a iood stock of Dry and ITancT
Good. Clothing, Boot, Shoes, Watohe, Guns, Jew.
eiry, Ac,
at 10 o'clock-Second hand farnltnn. Carnets.
awoj, Beddiug, Ac, of families removing
AL80-A gcnoral assortment of new Furniture.
Blankets, Ac. A. KF,LL"(1Q, Anoilonew,
AUCTION SALE. BY; 0. BRA
BHEAB8 t CO., Sales-room No. M and sa
-iW;.0''"' tf at Auctlon.-W will
ell, THIS (Wednesday, MORNING. October II, at
.Son'Lsasortment of Orooeri, con-
silting of so bags dffee. li bbls. Molasses, eo do. 8u
gar, a kegs H. o. Soda, 60 boxes Soap. 7 do. Virginia
WMUhoaTii C0' " Wlt" 40 ""m
A I.Mlk.nMtlMil finlA 1 V mi .
. . v,,,UHu rnpvr. nuM. maare. UllOK-
w. u. pnsfluftAHs sr uo., Aoctloneer.
AUCTION SALE -BY H. B. MILES
A CO., Mo. S3 Haln-etret-Snndrte at An,
tion to close Consi&nmeiita.-IHTJBSUAY HOBN
ING, October 13, at o'clock, a aem-ral variety of
staple Groceries: To boxes Vlmlaia. Kentucky and
Missouri Tobacco. 40 bbls. Smoking Tobsooo, IS to.
Bice, Tu boxee Corn Staroh. '
.I's9rB"ut,v Shoes, Brogati. Woman's ant
Mls-es' Bout, Pocket aud Table Cntlery. to. ois
AUCTION SALE BY THOS.
, .?T(iN?.? 8ale.rooms No. M Maln-strtt, t.
low Third, will be sold:
On WEDNESDAY MORNING, October IJ, oom.
menclng at tn o'clock, 1M eases Boots, Shoe and
Brogans, fresh stock, end warranted perfeot, with
pieces of Velvet, Brussels and Three-sly Carpeting.
. Th attontloB of city and country buyers to
invited to this sale.
oclO THOMAS JOHNSTON. Auctioneer.
A'
UCThlN SAL E BY G. BRA
HREARH HO a.la..nv,in. W T mA
Alain-street. Boots and Snoes at Auotlon. Peremp
tory tjalo. to clo.-We will sell, on THCE3DAT
MO&MNG. October 13. eomnieneln at e n'elwk.
without reserve, SOU cares lien's, Boys, Tooths', Wo
men's, Misses' and Children's Boo' a, Show, Brogans,
Ac., and a general assortment of fresh and deeirabk
Good. a. BBASHKAB8 4 CO., Auct'rs.
REMOVAL.
THB FIRM OF
SPRAGTTE & CO.
HAVE OPENED IN THEIR
KT o fV Store
Southeast Cor. Fourth and Viua,
THURSDAY 8TII IiVST.,
WITH THE LARGEST AND
PBITTIIST stock or Goods for MIN'i
WIAB ever offered ln Umclnnatl.
THB STOCK or
PIECE GOODS,
To make no to Utasare, will bs Urge and varted.
We have a
New Corps of Gutters,
From Sew York and Philadelphia, who profoas t
understand the art of Cutting BtrUih flanaeats t
order,
" Tor past favors w return many thanks, and
hop to merit future patronage. Truly,
SPRAGUE & CO.
-.. , , Isep7-tf . .n
iu oo 3sr oivi ri
Premium Coal Cooking: Stove.
THE ALLIGATOB,
giaoke-consumiuy Coal Cooking; Store,
Is without a rival. Call on
ADAMS & PECKOYER,
Jnventors end Manufacturers,
Novelty Iron Works,
3 8 3
Fo u rtli-g t re e t, West of Smith.
Kxamine th Alligatur read tsatlmonlal.
Lo
oc7awt
ATTENTION, BUILDEBSI
TllflS. W. FARRIN k CO.
1AV ESTABLISHED THB FACT
JUL that they are asillng lumber at their yard on
Freeman-street, next to Cincinnati, Hamilton ami
Dayton Ballroad,
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Dealers In tha elty,
"Quick Sales and Small Profits "
18 THEIB MOTTO.
They submit the following list of prices:
Clear lumber, all thicknesses, 1 In. mea 7 M ttXm
Best Common, I X and 1 inch Plank ! 03 an m
Host " 1 Inch no.rd..,..,...... 3n 2 to
M:.0D., !'. 9!1 thicknesses............. l eo 17 td
InlLd, . Bo,rd " "
Grub Plank, faco measure...................... yi w as oa
Hemlock Joist, Scantling and Timber.... 11 f 12 m
Poplar " ' " " li M 14 09
First Oommon Floorlug Boaiils..,-..... 34 00 37 m
Second " " " 23 7 25 00
S!,lrA- ru .u ISM 20 0
First Common Weather Boards.......... i oo ir no
S?b4 . t. , . " t " "
Oedar Posts, 4 by 4, 8 wet, per hundred... M CO M OH
Cedar for fencing, M(68
locust " " " Hi 00 a 60
A further reduotion of ft ptr etnt. will be mad oa
bills of IMO or more.
Vf hav on of the largest and best aelscted stocks
of Lnmber in th Cincinnati market, whioh w offer
for sal at th above prices.
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.
aerMtf
COAL OIL LAMPS. THE SUBSCRIBER,
has jast Motived, from Boston, an entire new
assortment of Coal Oil Lamps and Improved Burners,
preventing the smoke, fo much of an annoyanoe to
consumers. Also, the best article of Burning Oil
rer offered In this markst, fr from smoke or smell.
O. A. BMITH,
. No. 10ollg Building,
"pW-am Walnot-st.. bat. Fourth and Fiftl.
APPLES.
ftfl B AR R B , S MNI AWUM bjs.
JP V ( :TID this day snd for sal at
d sod Agricultural JJ arauoose, IT WaUtU St
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