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"WAMTS," "FOB SALE," "10 LBT," "LOST,"
"FOUND," Ao., in thbcolnmn, occapying By line
or law, two Insertion, twenty-live oenti.
WANTED A GIRL To ooolc, wtah and
Iron. Apply t 63 V est Columbia-street, be
twMD Walnut and Vine, between 8 and 11 a'olock
A. M. , ool3b
i well reeommiidif. Vnnt
v that can com veil recommended.
inner ueea appiy. mtiDMttjuu.. ne
Sixth and Madlson-etreeti, Covington, Ky,
MATBERO A CO., near corner
WANTED SITUATION For man and
wife, In boarding-house, aa cooki or dining
room service. Good city reference! (Iran. Addreu
B. M. a., care thli office. ocliaw'
WANTED CLBRKBy a hardware and
Iron merchant In Cynthiana, Kjr. One who
has tome knowedae of the harriwara trade and can
keepbooks. Inquire of ilOWKLL GAMO A CO..
WANTED COMMISSION To fell any
article! aold by grocer. Z. X. T Pram Of.
WANTED SITUATION Ai porter in
a wholesale or retail store. Good referenece
lten. AddreeL. W-.thlsofllo. ocUb'
WANTED SITUATION By a respect
able colored man and wife, In a boarding
house man to attend In dining-room, the woman to
cook. Good reference given. Addrea OiKeKQB
BttUWN, Ibl offlce. oolSb
WANTED ROOMS By a imall, quiet,
peaceably disposed family, three or fonr
room, aultably arrauged for living In, located In
second story, or a basement, if dry and well Tend
lated ; room) to be used a sitting-rooms, lodging
room and kitchen. Bent will be paidpromplty and
premises not damaged. Poeiesaion desired about the
let of Hovember. Answer and location to be left at
tbla office. ociab
WANTED CARPENTER To work on
eircnlar aaw mill framea must be an accurate
and apeedy workman, and used to machinery. Ap
ply to LADE A BODLKY, corner John and Water'
WANTED TEN MEN Right off. Con
stant employment will be given daring the
winter, and good wagea paid. For information ap
ply at the General Intelligence Agency, No. Ml Wm.
tern-row, A. P. CAH30N ACQ, ocisbt
WANTED PARTNER An aotive man
as partner In a money-making cash business.
One having about 824 will hear of a good opportu
nity to invent. Addrew J. T.. at this office, stating
where an Interview may be had. oo!3b
WANTED GERMAN GIRL To oook,
wash, and do housework, fall at Ma Broad
WANTED WET NCR SB-Apply at
rooms 10 and 11, No. 58 Blxth-street, between
walnut and Vine. ooiab
WANTED MEN Renpetstablo men
leeklng situations aa olerks, salesmen, book
keepers, porters, bar-keepers, coopers, mechanics,
laborers and others, should apply at the Merchants'
Clerks' Registry Office, Nl ft eat Fifth-street.
t ocUb HALE ft CO.
WANTED SITUATION By a yonng
man of good addreia, a litnation as porter In
a dry goods store, or In any capacity where the ser
vices of a aober, indnatrious young man would be
needed. Addreaa J. H. M,, 26 B,odway. ocr3d
WANTED TO SELL-Soholarships in
Gundry'a, Bacon's, and Ohio and Western
Colleges-good for day and evening coarse of Double-
entry jiooa-aeeping. money is saves Dy buyma
tbem. Apply at TUTTLK'S Exchange Office, north
west corner of Sycamore and Third-street.
ocl2b W, 0. A OK LIT.
WANTED TO HIRE A DWELLING
Containing eight or ten rooms, furnished,
er partially so. Itent to be paid In board of a small
family. A'ldreaa P. A., Press office. ocl.-b
WANTED A NURSE-GIRL IMME
DIATELY, at Mo. 186 Bace-street, between
Fourth and Fifth. ocl2-b
WANTED E URNISHED R00M
without board, suitable for a man and wife.
Address, stating tortus and location, 0. K. 8., Penny
Proas office. ocWb
WANTED TENANT The advertiser
wishes to engage a reepeotable family to take
apart of the house on Fourth-street, corner of Elm,
aid allow him to retain the parlors, furnished by
blmself, for a dental office. iteferenoe required.
Address MCMTI8T, this offlce. ocl2b
WANTED TO RENT A Brick Dwell
in Home, containing about five to six rooms,
within one mile Irom the Postuffloo. Apply at 0. a
BTlUKKttH, 1M Main-street ocUb
WANTED IMMEDIATELY- Tallori
and Operators for Singer's Bowing machines,
at (89 Elm-street. Good wages glvon to competent
bands. ocl2d S. PINkEB.
WANTED TWO ROOMS AND KITCH
EN -Br a small family without children,
Addres K. 8,, Pox Ho, 7, city. oclo
ANTED AGENTS and other to eall
and examine the corn-hunker. a-nte.fajitAnlnir.
gg-beater, knife-polisher, sciisors-ahsrpcners, and
a variety of othor things, Jrat-rate to travel with, at
usiiii, I'tnaiAK a i'us.,
oefteoddw No. 8 West Tltird-atreet.
YI7ANTED TINNERS Three or four
v v good tinners at No. 149, West Fifth-street,
Apply Immediately. oc)-d"
art isssasa . i i mut
FOR RENT HOUSE Of eight rooms,
1A Kanlr ...1 t T .(.'- V a
- laiai uwa 'iu su ajv vt s airw, nu 0 IVU I-
street, Fulton. lnjulr of J. WA.BNEB, corner
awvuiiibuu nvsiicru'rvwe - ocioa
FOR RENT-TWO FRONT ROOMS
Suitable for ileeplngapartments for two or more
gentlemen, in a very pieaeam, genteel locality. In
quire at Mo. 141 Kast Third-street. ocl2l)
1C10R RENT BRICK DWELLING A
M. good, prompt tenant may hear of a good and
convenient Dwelling, with 8 or 9 rooma, for rent,
stdtable for lawyers and ronrt-houae employees, the
same being situnted near Broadway, a low square
iwi'b me vuuri utilise).
Apply Immediately to DR. T. RIEDER,
. QC12 lw 73 West Third-street, up stairs.
17011 RENT A LOT 30 feet front on
. Broadway, running through to canal basin 190
reet. Alio, one 62 feet rront, and ISO fret deep, with
Bait-sheds thereon, on same street, between Eighth
and N iuth-etreets. Apply to Dr. Amos.Wrst corner
rone ana eycamore-imets, or at l.t Juut Fourth
"K10R SALE DINING SALOON The old
JS and well established Dining Saloon, at No.
Beat Fonrth-street having seventy-five prompt pay
ing boarders, and a good transient trade. For fur
ther particulars Inquire on the premises, oc!3b
FOR BALK BOAT The canal boat James
Dougherty, as she now lloa, In Miami Uanal Ba
sin, cheap. Apply to A. SPAiTH, at Miami Ice
"JMOR SALE Omnibuses, Peddler Wagons,
am. opring wagons ana Aiiisgiefl.
J. R. PALMER.
Bank-street Omnibus Kaoiory.
TDOR SALE Well-bred black-and-tan Ter
Jsv ricr Fups, at tbe atables on Bnrnet
etreet, between Vine and Bace and Third
and Fourth. ociab,t
FOR SALE A Horse and light covered
Spring Wagon, suitable for any business. Apply
at 331 Court street, near Western-row, from 1 to
o'clock, t, 11.
oclle' PHIUP KAUFMAN.
B?0R SALE OR
iv firnftii article tt vrada.
JL' OBGAN For any good article of trade.
handsome flngsr-organ. with two stops, mahogany
Auoress oox ton, rost-omc, uovington.
FOR SALE PAPERS Several thousand
old papers at 2ta, per hundred, at this office.
BOARDING A pleasant front room, large
enough to accommodate three single gentle
men. Alan, a few Day Boarders con he accoinmo.
datid. Inquire Ko. 1M Elm-street. m lSb
BOARDING Two unfurnished front rooms
for g-ntlemen and their wives. Also, a few rlar
boarders, at 234 ltace-atreet , above glxth-atreet Ref
erences rcQUl red . ocl iu
BOARDING Wanted, a good furnished
room and board; by a gentleman and wife, in
Senteel private family of few or uo boarders. Ad
real BOX, this office. ocll-b
BOARDING Three or four gentlemen can
obtain room and board in a .private family.
Where there are a few boarders, at No. 107 Longaorth
Street, oetween ciim ana num. 'Auras moderate,
TJOARDING A furnished and unfurnished
M-M room for a family, and several tingle gentle
men canb accommodated with board atH31Uce
street, below Kourth. Also.dav boarding, octloc
TOST DOG A White Italian
A r A .!!. ilaV an.a A Ilk
eral reward will be paid for hi return to t
corner of seventh and Ilm-ttreets, Ho
T OST $5 REWARD Tuesday morning,
JLj In the water-closet of the Burnet-honse,
Engileb Patent Lever Ilunltng-watch, silver case.
The finder will receive the above reward by return.
Ins it ro tbe offlce of the houae.or to tli owner,
W ANTSI WANT8H
It iron wamt a servant, advertise in
THE PBNNT PRESS
If ron want a house, advertise In
THE PENNY PB.HS8.
It Ton want to sell anything, advertise In
THE FENNY PSB88,
I yon want to bar anything, advertise In
TUB PENNY PB.BS8.
Ia faot, ayery want supplied by advertising In
THE PENNY PRESS.
jPenny Prea to lie Bad every
morning at the Counting-room door.
Only one cent.
Don't forget that the Penny
Preas la the medium through which to
make known your want I Advertise
ments of five llnei and leai, Inserted
twice for twenty-five cental
Fiidkb Wamtid. A girl acomtomed to
feeding a cylinder or Adams press is wanted
immediately at this office. Apply at the
counting room, this afternoon, from I to 4
Thirtv-fnur naranna wen triad In tha
Police Court yesterday.
Br reference to onr table It will be
seen that the majority for tba Demoeratle
nonet in mil county is abont 1,800.
r. J. L. Vattier and a number ef the
snooeisful candidates were serenaded last
gfH will be remembered that Mr. and
Mr. Harry Chapman's benefit acmes off at
Pike's Opera-house next Saturday evening.
JSjrlnvisIble Green. Esa.. we lee few last
evening Timet, decline serving a a membeT
ui me umo legislature.
JfS'k beautiful car manufactured at Lisha
wa'g establishment in this city has been
placed on the track of of the Cincinnati Street
Til Latist Ntws. At two o'elook this
morning we reeeired a private dlipatoh from
the Long Iiland Race Course, stating that our
gray pony bad been entered for the next race.
We'll bet on the gray.
WThe brothers Gandolfo, Erattns Van
Wormer, and Jos. Morrow, charged with kill
ing Peter Snyder, at Commiosville, lait 8nn
day, will be examined by Jndge Lowe in the
Police Court to-day.
Pstit Lascbky William Brown was tried
in the Police Court yesterday one charge of
petit larceny stealing article to the vaJuo
of $8, and sentenced to the County Jail for
the term of four months.
Assault and Battebt. William Newmard
and Milton Armstrong were arraigned in the
Police Court yesterday on a charge of asiault
and battery, and held in bonds of $100 each
to answer to-morrow.
Illboal Votikq. Two young menJulius
King and Edward Baker were before Jtrdge
Lowe yesterday, charged with Illegal voting,
and held in bonds of $350 each for examina
tion next Saturday.
We refer onr readers to Todd's Ovster
advertisement in another column. Cltlsens desiring-
fresh Oysters will be sure to get them at
29? wainuc -street.
DmuiBSKD Wm. Kelly, who has been un
der arrest for tome days, charged with notrj
mittingamurderin Mayiville, was examined
by Judge Lowe yesterday, and the suit dis
missed. Stbalixo a Boot. A woman named Ace-
, .in I v , - .9
una omun was neiore J uage liowe yesterday
oharged with stealing one beot from George
Hocker, No. 343 Westesn-row, and sentenoed
to two months service in tbe County Jail.
41 Bboadwat. B. R. Alley, at 41 Broadway,
is selling his Fall styleB of hats at prices that
warrant every person wearing one. His hats
areeaByontnenead,and for neatness and
finish are not to be excelled. Go and get one.
Cotjntt CoHUissiOHBBS. At a meeting of
the Board of County Commissioners, yesterday,
bills were signed for payment to tbe amount
three) hundred and twenty-three dollars end
thirty-one cents. Mr. Bell, the County Sur
veyor, was authoriied by the Board to employ
such service as he may want In the oonstxuo
tlon of the Harriaon Bridge.
Still Alivb. Peter Finland who was) so
severely assaulted by a man named Brannon,
at the corner of Third and Western Row day
before yesterday is still alive. It is thought,
however, that he can not possibly recover.
Brannon is still at large.
4We find upon our desk several bunches
of delicious grapes with a card thereto attached
denoting they' Were sent us by 0. H. Geffroy &
Co., from their Penton Hill Farm. These shall
bt enjoyed in our domestic oirole. Donors,
accept our hearty thank, and may your vines
continue to be as prolific as are our sentiments
of gratitude for these delioate courtesies. '
ffiS Ueteoroloelcal observation for the
Pbnnt Pbebb, by Henry Ware, Optician, Ko.
7 West Fourth-street, October 12, 1861).
O'clock. Barometer. Thermos leter,
7 A. AliiM)ae eeeoeeeeisamsafv.nft
u;m ................,..... as 6i
t F. M.,...........,....W.6
Lbstib's Sbwiko-maohibib. We atrain
the attention of cur readers and the publio
generally, to tne superiority or these maeiiines
over others now before tbe public. Thevars
used in Lewis's Basaar with great effect, Wm.
Lapham is thefagent for the Western trade,
sues can be found at his sale-rooms, Ho.
West Fourth-street, opposite the Postoffioe.
Otbtbbb. The importation of oysters
this city has become quite an item of inter
est to Eastern dealers. The amount consumed
here has occasioned oysters of every quality
to be imported. It therefore behoves our
citizens to buy of a responsible egent, and
thereby set a fresh article. Robert Orr, Ko.
11 West Fifth-street, is receiving daily Malt
by ' celebrated oysters, which he warrants
he ai represented, uive mm a call.
CsBioos Aooidbst A Mar Imstavtlt
KlLLBD IT TUB CaVINO II OV AN EllBAMKJIKHT.
Abont eleven o'clock yesterday morning, while
a atone mason named Dreeing was engaged
building a wall for a cellar on Ccurt-atreet,
east of Broadway, an embankment gave way,
and threw him with suoh foroe against
stone wall as to knock out bis brains, and
cause Instant deatb. Coroner Carey held
inquest which resulted in a verdict in accord
ance with the above facts. The deoeatad re
sided at No. 24 Mansfleld-strest, and leaves
wife and one ohild.
Bboib Jail, About three o'elook vaster
day morning three prisoners, named John
Leech. Danniil Hasell, aliat Harris, and
Lawrence Harriett, escaped from the County
Jail by sawing off tbe bars on the lower win
dow on the south side of the main jail. Leech
returned shortly after and gave himself
hnt the other two succeeded in retting be-
voml thn reach of the nursutntT officer.
Bitter, tbe night watch of the jail was dis-
enarged by bnenn Aessier yesteraay,
neglecting to keep proper watch. t
Citt Council,. Mr. Cunningham moved the
appointment of a oommittee of three to adjust
the olaltn of offioers of the eleotloo. Carried.
Mr. Noble offered n ordinance anoroDriatins;
lit 65 for the benefit of the Trustees of the
West End Mission Church, to pay for the laying
of a crossing on Poplar-street. The rules were
suspended ana tse ordinance psisea.
A communication from D. v. Bedam was !
eeived, asking the members of the City Counoll
to visit the grounds or the proposed park.
jur. Hunvan onerea a resolution aooeDUna
the invitation.1 Adopted,
Mr. Ross presented a petition from several
persons, asking for a sufficient amount of stone
from the city quarry at Deer Creek, to Macad
amise the road from Dominlok's slaughter
house to Court-street; referred to Committee
on Polloe and City Prlaon.
The report of the City Sollcltox was reoeived
The lloeDies granted during the week by the
Mayor, (the fees for which amounted to $374,)
The report of the Citv Auditor was received
The Counoll refused to suspend the rules to
Introduce the Street Railroad question.
A petition was reoeived from some property
holders on the square bounded by Third,
Fourth, Stone, and Mill-streets, asking the
Counoll to prevent the further erection of
wooden buildings on said square. Prayer of
An ordinance was passed establishing the
grade of Seventh-street, from Harriett-street
west as faT as dedicated by N. Longwortb.
Several ordinances of a similar cbaraoter,
and also for the laying of special taxes on
property for improving streets, were passed,
the rules being auspended for this purpose.
The speoial ordinance appointed for the pur
pose reports aa ordinsnoe appropriating the
sum of $490 to defray the expenses of the
eleotion on Tuesday last.
"The Gibson House is flourishing in all
its elorv. With Capt. Jeffrey on deck, Maj.
Henry and Corporal Culbertson at the wheel,
it is going ahead rapidly. Its guests always
come out with smiling countenances, and the
signs Of prosperity are daily visiDle.
par The Democracy, we understand, are
contemplating a grand jollification over the
result or tne late eleotion.
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
Contjst ab to an Oi,ooraphio Win. John
Hanuel nnd others vs. Robert Manne. This ease
u t.-ied before Judfe Reott (of tlie Sunrame Court!
and Judges Carter and Dickson. Judge Mellon uav.
1I)K QeretO.'''1 W" VIIKUSOU a VUO U tUV VUUUICJ 111
the cue. dlu oot sit during the trial.
One or the principal auistlona involved Is whether
the lawe of tbla .ate glvea to one or her cltlsens, or
a party having li' doralcll here, the right or prlv
Man. han.hwn, tn another titftto. to make a will
In accordance with the" mode and tornn preaorlhed by
tne lawaoi mat mate. .. , ....... .
Thomee Mannel, prior bit death, f which took
place In Julv, lb8,) had beeO engaged; in the busi
ness of shipping produce froi'S this city to Hew Or
leans; and wbiiw in the latter eitr 17, concluded
to go to Havana to make some purchases; and rir
to the vojage executed the Inatruwent now in pon.
troveray, which provides "that in the event of hi;
deatb he herbv appoint! Bottort Manuel to hold and
control all his property aud effects," and also to par
off certain notes of band. Be left no Teal estate, but
personal property In New Orleans and Cincinnati.
After his death the document In question was found
In hia ftriMP
In the month of August, 1848, tt was admitted to
probate in the Filth District Court of New Orleans,
and an authenticated copy was subsequently adroit-
t.ri tn Tir,iha,M In ,h. linmnn Plana nt Hsftlllton
County. In 1840 a bill was filed to set aelde the will
In the last named Court by jonn Manuel ana oin.
ara. Tn ten cue was tried and tharawas a ver
diet against tbe will, and a motion for a nw trial
being overrnled, a decree was entered letting the
instrument aside and from this decree the appeal
was taken to the Hamilton (Jouuty District Court.
Tart ana rerrv ana judge unoiaon lor piaintin.
Obarlaa Fox for defense.
The motion docket was sailed by Judge Spencer,
Deninrreri will be heard to-day, and default case
In No. I (Jarr-room) fa cases sat war not ready
" Thb 6ia or Icb" at Wood'b Thiatib. It
seema this adm irable drama is destined to have a great
rnn. inateaa ot the Intcsest subsiding, it is evidently
Increasing. The third rendition was recelvnn last
evening with marked approbation, approximating to
enthusiasm. Bo long as every body is delighted, It
Is imprudent to withdraw it; It is so seldom a proauo
lion pleases an.
riitn't mlaa tlia. nnnnrttinltvnf wltnaaalnOT i l,Aan1nni
did spectacle and scenic aiaplaya now auordedou.
Smith k Nixon's Hall. "Souhthimo Nbw
TJndib int Sum." Mr. Cocheu, the celebrated delin'
eator, ongravor, and universal artist, whose cogno
men. "Cocheu. Del.." is etched on almost every olc
torlal and illustration bill of the day, has, during his
.labor of renown, been arranuina and oraanizinfl
series of Historical Living Tableaux, embracing some
ot' the llvliestacenealn American history, the merit
of which we can all appreciate and understand.
U e oav mec wiin tne most nattering uocens in
Lexington, Frankfort, and other titles he has visited,
The attention ne nas given ins preparation, ana ex
imhib liicnrreu in nroaacins: tnese 'lauieaux. con'
vince m of their superiority over any thing else of
tbe kind ei'er offered to onr citizens.
We nreillat an overflowing house to-morrow (Frl
day) night. Head hi advertisement iu another
Sanford-street will soon be one of the pass
able thoroughfares of the city, Workmen areengaged
in grading It, ana it win soon d reaoy lor toe rose,
Teupbbabob. The temperanoe question is
agalu being agitated in onr city. We see numerous
posters announcing lecturea upon the subject, pasted
up in various localities m me uujr,
There was no busineu before the Police
Commonwealth vb. Jobs Williams. In this
caiethedefotidantwasfoundgnllty of a misdemeanor.
for aiwatiltlnff a woman namea Ufttnarine Jlirnn.
fined ten dollar and confined ten day in tbe County
Tbe case of Mrs. Dean, set for yesterday,
win come on to-aay.
Ebntor Cadets. This dashtnr young com
aiv ha. hon Invitait tn attend ttm Milltarv Ball
UUUfWIIUWB nan WHSUli .IIU 1UI ,ud vul pvoc
creating a sensation and making an imp reselou gen
erally, all the members are requested to meet at the
armory at seven ociocx r. n , precisely, in iuu uni
form, Gentlemen, or rather soldiers, do your best,
as your reputation is at stake.
Flao Pbisbntatioh. We acaio eall attention
to the flag presentation to the r'Eover." to-night.
Several Cincinnati Military companies will be pres
ent, Inoludlng "Rovers," the ''Jlepublioaa Oturd"
and "Onthrlo Grays."
A dilapidated creature, named Thompson,
cams to the office of Enquire Farona yesterday, and
asked to be put into jail, tn prevent starvation.
was mooring unaer in innuence oi nquor, mo iur
which had nroved his rnln. lie was taken to jail ac
cording to refloat. He ia a stranger, His appear
aaoe, oontraeiea wiin wnsi at mia" ut wn,
would have been a fit subject for a moralist.
John Jones was yesterday brought before
Judge Boyd on a writ of babes corpus, and hi ball
raduoed from 1390 to Slotl, which he gave, and was re
Tba western part of the elty, so long neglected,
1 now receiving the attention of penons wishing
to make thle city their residence. Almost
week we sea some new building commenced, and
long all the vacant lots will be ooouelsd. Property
commands a high price In that anarter, and t rap
idly rising in value.
A. A. Eyster, Clooks, Watebes end
Jewelry, Ho. Sil and 1T1 Veatem-row.
fSf Daguerreian Gallery, sonth-west eor
ner of Sixth aad Western-row, over Hansafbrd'i
drug store. Picture taken and pat In good cases
twenty oen t, Warranted to please.
p3f (rooi Photographs, Melalootypes
Ambrotyje are taken at the Central Gallery oheapsr
than elsewhere In the city, corner of fifth and West
f rn- row, In charge of A 8, Bloom.
Frlel MoQolre, those well-known
Merchant Tailors, No. JM Walnut street, have
received a splendid stock ef rail and Winter Goods,
to which they Invito the sttentlon of those wanting
a neat fitting suit of good ouslity. They make
order OoaU, Testa snd Pant In tbe very best style.
Give them a call.
$S We sail the attention of those In want
of Boot and shoe, to the large and well assorted
Stock of Mr. A. V. Westoott, Ko, It West Fifth'
treet. It consisHof every styl and quality of
worn by Gsnt', Ladle, Hisses and Children,
those visiting U West Flftb-atreet cannot fall to o
aln jorehise perfectly satisfactory. .
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Indus? Difbsditions. "We learn from Mr.
Sol Nellis, conductor overland mail to Sher
man, Texas, that Colonel Leeper, Comanche
Agent, when on his way from the new borne
of the Wichita, was attacked by Indians,
and wounded in three plsoes; but whether
any of the wounds are dangerous, we did not
On Monday, the 12th ult., the Indians
came into the neighborhood of Gainaville,
Texas, and attempted to carry off a negro
woman belonging to Judga Everts, and on
her refusing to go, shot her with arrows in
threa places in the body, wounding her se
verely, ao that she probably died irom her
wounds, and then drove off about one hun
dred head of Judge E vert's cattle. This
took place In about ten or fifteen miles of
Fort Smith (Ark.) Times.
Biii-bdliso Ektilofis. The loitoffloe
Department has been informed by the eontrao
tors for furnishing the improved self-ruling en
velopes that they are now ready for the service
of the postofBoe. The Constitution lays the
samples' submitted to the Department have been
approved, and to-day, It la believed, the post-
omoes win nave tnem lor sue. 'ine prtnoipai
postoffioei of th Union will be inpplied dnrlng
the week, and probably by the cloie of the
month of October the experiment of introduc
ing the patent envelopes will he in full tide.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, October 13, 1859.
FLOTJR-TVr Is a difference of 103l5o. per brl. In
the views of buyer and asllers i hence, nothing of
importance was done, th ti anaiwtlona being confined
to 800 brli extra at ft MAM. 3,674 brls. were re
oeived the last it hour.
WHISKY The market fa dull, ted price farther
declined H. halee of l,t ou brli. at VOftKc, the lat
ter rate for wagon.
PB)VI8IONr.-There lno change- In the market.
If any, it is in faror of buyers. 40,000 lb clear Bacon
hides sold at lie , and 33 hhds. Bib tilde at 100, SW
fbiOMaretheasklog rate for Bacon r)boulder,sand
Bides could Lav been bnnght at lOo. The demand Is
sight, however. Me.s Pork la dnll at 914 60(g)U 71,
and lard la offered at lfi4.
GkOOSHIEg-Tbe market I unchanged and Arm
at fnll rates. The sales sre confined to small lota.
OIL-HO brl. Linseed aold at 680., 80 days.
WHEAT Th marketoontlnneanrm, with a good
deman;'. Sales COO bushels prime White In Coving
ton at $1 12 0 do. good do. In Oovlngtnn at l 10 ;
400 bushels inferior at f 1 03 ; 2tt) busueis prime Whlti
at St 12; J00 bushels do at f I 1; 100 bushels fair
White at 1 OS.
UUTTER-Vales of 31 kegs choice Western Reserve
atl7X- Triers lea fmr demand fur really choice at
16l7X,audfur prime shipping quail lies at nauc,
but oommon and fair is plenty aud dull at 10(1 a.
Slmes's Pure Cod-liver Oil
PERPECT1T SWEET AND PAL AT A
BLI. Th proprl tors of this Oil spar bo ex-
rnee In having their Oil properly reperert at New
andland, tne only place where the Uadus Wor
rhua ia found In abundance. The true Oil is fre
quently impaired by aduiixiure with oil from other
species of ilis Osdua family, and only that coming
from the Bank can he relied upon as the genuiu.
rorsale by UIB1, KCKSTEIN 4 CO.,
oelO Oppoilt the Post office.
GRATES AND STOVES J
Any Hiyle of Orates eaa be Sot or Reset with
AS THE MERITS OF THIS VAL
UABLE Improvement have been fnllreetab.
Ilehed In this city and violnlty by ever riVBTBOU
BAND who have used it the past two winter, we
presume it Is oily necessary to remind all who de
sire ioonomt and coaroaT that the season to preparr
for winter has arrived, and that it wonld be well
have their Orates reset before tbe Fall Hovai-CUAII-Itio
commeucea; the sooner It la done the better.
Our workmen leave no dirt; there 1 no necessity
removing carpets or furniture.
Any communication through mall will receive
pr.mipt attention, and descriptive drooler will
sent gratis if desired.
Onlera may be left at No. 20 West Fifth,
street, where the Patent Stove may be aeon.
J. B. it VAN etc CO., Proprietors.
J. ULAKELY. General Agent. ooe
Compound Chlorine Tooth
flRIGISAL A1TD GENUINE, F OR
cleaning and preserving the Teeth and Qums
lid elnansliig tba llouth
ciotiDftea ina Tmo.d1 will
answer the purposes of the best DsntrlQoe. Jt oou-
tains no acid, or any in. redient which can, la any
case, be Injurious. It win a so be loand to keep the
brush ltstlf free fiom ell Impurl'iee.
The Compound Cmorlr-e Tooth Wash basth fur
ther advantage of cleansing the Month also 1 andol
removing whatever Is offi-isivs in th Brsath.
harden the Qums, and la a valuable remedy for the
Cnukeror aoreness of the Mouth. It may also be
nad with the greatest advantaae as a flargie for Sor,
Throat. In flue, it proaorves the Teeth and Mouth
In all respects In a clean and healthy condition, li
Is agreeable to the taste. Gentlemen who are In the
habit of neing Tobacco, will find that tbe Tootb
Wash will speedily remove all tbe effect of it from
the Month. JTorsaleby
BUIBI, ICK8TEIN A CO.,
QClO-o Opposite the Postofflce.
BRLS. CASTOR OIL. AMERICAN:
0 can Oaator Oil. East India: on cans Caatoi
Oil, Kast India-extra, for retailing. Beceived and
foraaleby iUIBB, KUKS rllM A CO.,
ocluo Opposite the Post office.
AUCTION SALE BY KELLOGQ St
WILLIAMS-Sales-reoms No. W and 24 Kent
Ihlrd-strest. Large Hale of steady-made Clothing
at Anctioo.-On TMUHhSAl MOKNINO, Oct. IS.
at H o'clock, 75 Overcoats, assorted pattern ; 3k
Drea Coals, asserted slsea ; 110 pairs oaasinei fanta ;
SO do. caesimer Pants; 150 velvet aad other Tosta;
Odosen Undershirts and Drawer.
ALSO -5 piece Broadcloths, do OasslmerM, IS
do, J sen. 10 do Lustre, 1U do Sgured Merino, Table
cloths, Port monaales, linen llandkerchUfs, and a
variety of ether Qooda. A. KELLOOQ, Aoo'r.
AUCTION SALE. BY H. 8. MILES
at CO., Mo. Uala-atrwt-SundriM at Auc
tion to eloaw Oonalgnmenu.-THDBODAT MUBN
IhO, October It, at o'clock, a general variety of
tapl Groceries: 70 boxes Virginia, Kentucky and
Missouri Tobacco. 40 bbls. Smoking Tobaooo, 15 tcs.
ltlee, 70 boxes Corn Starch.
AL8U -Boots, Shoe, Brogant, Women's and
Mla-ee' Bouts, Pocket and Table Cntlery, Ao. 013
AUCTION 8AI.E-BY O. BRA
8HKAB8 m CO.-Sales-rooms Nos. ST and W
Main-street. Boot and Snoe at Auction . Peremp
tory dale, to close.-Ws will sell, on TH DESK A I
MOBMNQ, October 13, commencing at V o'clock,
without reserve, SuO eaiee Men's, Boys. Youths', Wo
men's, Misses' and Children's Boo', Shoes, Brogans,
Ac. and a general assortment of fresh and desirable
Qooda. 0. JJUA8I1JCABS A CO., Auct'r.
THB FIRM OP
SPRAGUE & CO.
HAVB OPKNSD IS THKIE
HNT e "w Store
South-east Cor. Fourth and Vine,
THURSDAY 8TH INST.,
WITH THB LARGEST AND
FBZTTIEST stock of Goods for ilES'8
WXAB ever offered In Cincinnati.
TEX STOCK Of
To make op t MeessjD, arffl fc large and vartel.
New Corps of Cutters,
from Hew York and Philadslphla, who profee to
understand th art of Cutting Stylish Garments to
tT" for past favor w return many thank, and
hop to merit future patronage. Truly,
8PRACUE & CO.
Premium Coal Cooking Stove.
Smoke-eonaumlng Coal Cooking Btove,
I without a rival. Call on
ADAMS & PECKOVER,
Inventors snd Maaufacturers,
Novelty Iron Works,
3 3 3
Fonrth-street, West of Smith.
Xxamln th AUIgktr rad testJsaonUla.
THOS. W. MRRIN & tO.
AVE ESTABLISIISC THB FAOT
that they are selling Inmber at their yard on
r rwiuiau-airvvh. ui
Freeman-street, next to Cincinnati, Hamilton and
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Dealer in the oltr.
"Quick Sales and Small Profits"
18 THIIB MOTTO.
They submit th following list ef priest
Clear lambsr, all thicknesses, 1 In. mea iiT SO $10 00
Best Common, IX and 1 Inch Plank....... 2S 00 so 00
Beet " 1 inch Boards..-..,.......... St 76 X 00
Second " all thlcknsses.... 16 00 17 50
Third " Boards ....- . 11 SO li SO
Grab Plank, face measure 31 SO K 00
Hemlock Joist, Scantling and Timber. 11 AO 13 SO
Poplar " ' " " 1J SO 14 00
First Common Flooring Board..,. SA 00 87 50
Hecond " " " 33 7S 2 09
First Oommon Weather Board...
Second " ' ...h........
Cedar Posts, i by 4, S feet, per hundred.
, 18 W
, 16 00
. ia 00
, M 00
. 30 00
A further reduction of JH per cent, will he made on
bills of $300 or more.
We have one of the largest and beat selected stock
of Lumber in the Oinclnnatl market, which we otter
for lale at the a dots prioe.
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.
COAL OIL LAMPS. THE SUBSCRIBER
baa Just received, fro Boston, sn entire new
sesortment of Ooal Oil Lamps and Improved burners,
preventing the smoke, to mush of an anuoyauc to
consumers. Also, th best article of Burning Oil
star offered in this market, free from smoke or smelt.
C. A. BMITH,
No. 1 College Building.
aepag-am Valnot-st., bet. Fourth and f ml .
DISSOLUTION OP PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore rxisling between
ue nndersfgned, underthe name of Applegate A Co.,
was dissolved July I, lew, James Applega e having
sold his latsrest lu the eoncern to bis successors.
A It TH Ult H. POCKoFOHD.
HOTIOB OF OO-PARTNEBSHIP.-The under,
signed formed a co-partnership, July 1, 186V, and
II1 ooutiuue the Booa-.ellibg, tubliebiug, frlnting
lltlue toe Doot-aeiubg, ruuiisDiu, rnouus
tlonery batlne, a conducted by Appl.gatei
leg the name and style of Applegiie A Co.,
ofor. , BAMUKL FLICKIhuEK.
A Co.. ualna II
, . ' yiLLIAM. WBlOHTaOM.
DISSOLUTIOH OF PAMSJBBHIP -Bamtiat
Flickinasr having sold out hi intereet intheHar
ison Vurnaoe Company, at Portsmouth, the boat
nee will be eon tinned by the remaining partners.
8. B. BOBS.
JOHN K. JTLICKIsaiB.
CARD.-Kr. William Wrlghtsen having besom
one ot the firm of Applegate A Co., the Priming
bu-inm of Wrightson A Co. will be continued by
Thomas Wftghtson, at the old stand, with tba (Iran
name a heretofore. YVfcUUHTSOH A CO.
JOHN H. DETERS,
BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER,
No. 03 Went Fourlh-atreet,
HAS JU8I RECEIVED A 6PLENDID
aaaortment of the
Boots and Shoes, for fall and winter wear.
BOOKSELLER AND STATION EB,
No. ir Htnte-itreet, Coiasnbas, Ohio.
Agsnt Rr (b WIKKLT BCIKHTIFIO ABT