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' "WANTS.V'OB 8AL," TO LT," "108T,"
"rODND,"4o.,iB thlioolumn, occupying Ave line
or leu, two insertions, twanty-flv. oenta.
ANTBD COOK A coed cook- AotiIt
t 117 Race-street, ociabt
7" ANTED COTTAGE By a good ten
i ?'Jt' e?,to'8.reidenc of abont four rooms,
(""" '.' "u ceean.g ten minutes' walK
VS? th.f'?i.0j'cS- lnt $14 per month.
Address ritANK, Penny F;es Office.
"WMANTED SITUATION At oook or
general bouse tenant, by a young woman
with good recommendations. Inquire at Mo. 26
jTlftn-etreet, betweea Walnut and Main-ate. oclSb
WANTED WET HUBSE Immediately,
at 58 Mxth-atreet, between Walnut and Vine.
One with a child, Apply at rooms 10 and 11. oclSb
WANTED SITUATION As driver of
a publio or private carriage. The best of
references given. Address P., at Penny Freaa Of
WANTED BROKEN GLASS Will par
cash for 20,000 pounds. WILLIAM AND EU
BOW, 92 Main-street. oclgb
WT ANTED Clerkii, Salesmen, Bsok-keep-
era, Porters, Bar-keepers, Coo pen, Oarpen
tare, Mechanics, Laborers and others can find situa
tions by applying at the Merchant' Works' Registry
Cffloe, No. m West Fifth-street. BALE CO.
ANTED AN ENERGETIC MAN
With 8200. as nartner In a nol navln cash
business that requires the attsntion of two. Apply
at 57 West Third-street. PA1IN & 8IDDALL.
WANTED BOARDERS On or two
front rooms to lot, with board, la a private
family. Apply at 67 Moth-street,. betweea Walnut
and vine-streets. oclSb
ANTED BOY A smart, Intelligent
- - uvr, iu a.ieuu a retail ijauiee anu uentie
?oif ,IJ&"J?J,r,n,d. 'orn'sblng store. Inquire at
raiuuirg a iisiun, so, iaj western-row, n.
tween the hours of 1 and t o'clock P. M. oolBbt
WANTED SHOEMAKERS On men'
eurom .pegged work. M. EEAHES'S shoe
store, 350 Broadway, between Seventh and Eighth
Streets. Highest wages will b paid. ocieb
WANTED SITUATIONS For 15 or 20
girls in city and country. Cooks, serving,
nurse, Dining. room girls, cbambor maids, and girls
for general house work. An elderly man, of sober
iuduetriona habits, wanla a situation about a store
or ollice, or any light work, bat a good recommenda
tion troin bis former employer, where be served the
last ten years. Also, a smart boy that has experi
ence in a grocery store, wauls to serve three or four
years to be perfected in the business. Apply at my
nice, 3t7 Elm and Ninth-streets. Terms easy.
ool8a THOMAS BUCHANAN.
WANTED SITUATION. A young
man from a neighboring town, who baa had
several years experience, wants a situation as Book
keeper. Assistant Book-keeper, or Entry Clerk.
Keferenoes last employers. Address Book-keeper,
at this office. ocl7-d
WANTED NURSING. A lady, who
ha had over ten years' ezporlence, and can
give the best of reference, Is willing to offer her ser
vices as Nurse In Cincinnati, Covington or Newport.
Address Mrs. L. B. Q., at this office. ocl7-b
WANTED HELP. Pour or five girls to
do general house-work, two girls to learn
dress-making, and others to take lessons ondreaa
cnttlng, Call at Mrs. Warner's Intelligence Office,
No. soo West Filth-street. Alto, persons wanting
good help. Call at the above number. ec 17-b
WANTED A PIPER For the Cinoin
natt Independent Highland Guards. Apply
at No. 40 East flfth-streot. ocn-b
WANTED GIRL A girl about fifteen or
sixteen years ofage to take care of children
and assist in general house-work, a abort distance In
the country; must come well recommended. Apply
to No. 2Q East Third street. ocl7b
WANTED HOUSE To rent a house of
Ave or six room, together with the fnrnl
tare, centrally located, with the privilege of purchas
ing the turnlture, by a prompt tenant. Address bos
1064, (Jlucluuatl Poatofflce, stating terms and loca
WANTED HELP Fifty men to chop
wood; also situations open for clerks, me
chanics, farm hands, men used to horses and stable
work; any quantity of eltnatlensopen for female serv
ants. Apply at the General Intelligence Agency,
Mo. SSI Western-row. A. D. UABSON CO.
WANTED PURCHASER $1,000 for
the' goodwill, stock and fixtures of a
Kocery store, doing a good bnslnest. Warranted a
rgain to the purchaser. Address BAN I PL, this
oft) so. ocl7awf
WANTED SITUATION. A young man
of steady habits, fair experience and unim
peachable character I seeking aaituutlon in a whole
sale boose. References to aatisfv the employer will
be given. Address BAWL it., Penny Press Count-Ing-room.
WANTED SITUATION For man and
wife, in a boarding-house, as cooks or dining
room service. Good city references given. Address
B. M. care this office ocl3aw
FOR RENT A STONE HOUSE Of four
rooms, on Observatory street Mount Adams.
Jor particulars Inquire at No. N East Seventh-street,
ol MICHAKL MouuNHELL. oclSb
FOR RENT Front offioe and second floor
for rent at No. 32 Frout-ttreet, between Main
and Walnut. ocl8hf
OR RENT ROOM A large front room
to rent for a sleeping apartment at 140 Seventh
street, between Race and Elm. ocl7b
OR RENT BRICK DWELLING A
good, prompt tenant may hear of a good and
convenient Dwelling, with 8 or 9 rooms, for rent,
suitable for lawyers and Court-house employees, the
fame being situated near Broadway, a few squares
above the Court House.
Apply immediately to DB. 1. BIEDER,
ocia lw 'It West Third-street, up stairs.
FOR BALE LAND 15 tore f 2oe gar
dening land, six miles from city, and quarte-.of
a mile from Cheviot. Heventeen and a half acres on
Harrison Pike, nine miles from the city, a 1. rain.
A. B. MoM AN AMA, 206 Main-street. ociso
FOR SALE A BILLIARD SALOON and
BAB. Inquire S23 Eighth-street, or of J. M.
Brunswick 4 Bro., Sixth-street, between Main and
OR SALE LOT 122 by 160 feet, on
Sixth-street, Terr near the Hamilton and Day
ton Depot, suitable for ware-houses, for sale very
cheap on easy terms. Apply at 171 Walnnt-at., next to
the Gibson House. tocl7bt) D.P.HULL.
also all sorts of shares in all sorts i f Institutions,
Machines, Patents, Village Lots, Wild Lands, Ac
just In the line of " cotton hat " speculators Cems
undaee. . D. P. HULL,
cl o 171 Walnut-street, next Gibson House.
OR BALE PAPERS Several thousand
oia papers at 25c. per hundred, at this offioe.
FOR BARTER FOR LOTS or LANDS
Two storks of Qoeensware, one of Hardware,
one of Dry Goods, one of Drugs, one of Jewelry, one
Of BiflOS. tWO ef Bookl. AO., two fif T.Unnn., ami
XJ0ARDING Four or fire tingle gentle
jj men can be accommodated with a large front
room, board, at 2M West rifth -street. Day
tward Per week. . . oeisb
BOARDING Several gentlemen can be
accommodated with board at 181 Broadway, be
tween Fifth and Sixth-street. A second-story front
room vacant. Auto, accommodation for a lew day
BOARDING Two or three families and
a number of gentleman ean be accommodated
with good board and pleasant rooms at 187 Baee-st.
Accommodations for a number of day boarders.
Premium Coal Cooking Stove.
Smoke-eoniumliig Coal Cooking Stove,
Is without a rival. Gallon
ADAMS & PECKOVER,
Inventor nd Manufacturers,
; Novelty Iron Works, .
Fourtn-street, Wet of Smith.
Xxamlosth. Alllr read testimonials.
LANE fc BOOLCY,
AND CIRCULAR SAW HILLS,
Caraer JoliBjaa Water; t.,eiaoianatl,0.
BT TH0S. JOHNSTON
In Sales-rooms No. M Main-street, next
to Trust Company Bank. Large stock of Dry
Goods, Tailors' Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hat. Ae at
Auction. TUESDAY HOBNINQ, October 18, com
mencing at o'clock, will be sold, without any re
serve, 400 lots of fresh Imported Vail aad Winter
Dry Ooous, comprising a very desirable assortment
for cltv and country aeles,
A 180-A large stock of Tailors' and Clothiers'
Goods, comprising a general assortment, with fins
Undershirts and Drawers, Hall-hose, Gloves, Cra
ALSO An Invoice of Bich Dress Deeds, Shawls,
Blankets, Hoods, ejomforts, JBlubons, Curtain Mus
AL80-J3 bales heavy 4-4 Brown Sheeting ; V) pes.
of Red, Tellow and White Flannels: .lu. Se.tln.ls.
ALSO On WEDNESDAY MOflNINO, October
19, commencing at M o'olock, W cases BooU,
Shoes and Brogans; Women's, Hisses' and Chil
dren's Shoes, Congress Calters, Oxford Ties, Over
ehoee, Ac. THOMAS JOHNSTON, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE. BY H. S. MILES
ft CO., No. 33 Ualn-street-Orocerlee, Boota.
Shoes, Olassware. Ao., at Auction.-On TUESDAY
UOUNINO, October 18, at 9 o'clock, a large stock of
Staple Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Glassware, Ac 40
bags Rio Coffee, 15 mats Java Coffee, 1M boxes Vir-
Slnla and Kentucky Tobacco, It bbls. Refined Syrup,
I bags Spices and Pepper, 4 bbls. Smoking Tobacco,
OC17 H. 8. MlLsS A CO., Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE BY KELLOGG k
WILLIAHS-Salet-rooms Nos. 2 and it East
Third-street. -Variety Bale. TUESDAY MORN
ING, October 18, at 9H o'clock, 100 doxen Portemon
nales, assorted ; 90 dozen Parses, Fancy Boxes, Ta
ble and Pocket Cutlery, Umbrellas, Soots, Shoes, Ao.
At 11 o'clock A general assortment of Parlor,
Chamber and Office Furniture, Carpets, Ao.
ALSO One super. Rosewood Piano, ons opea Bog
ALSO A complete set of Tinners' Tools, Ao.
ocl7 A. KKLLOGG, Auctioneer.
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.
AVE ESTABLISHED THE FACT
, thatther ftrftMllltiiT InmW s.t thulr vs.r.1 ad
Freeman-itret, next to Cincinnati. Hamilton And
Day too Bail road,
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any othor Lumber Dealers In the dir.
"Quick Sales and Small Profit."
18 THBIB MOTTO.
They submit the following Ust of prices!
Cash. 4 Mo's.
Clear lumber, all thicknesses, 1 In, meas
H7 00 140 "
Best Common, IX and 1 inch Plank,.-..... 28 00 81) e
ness -- i men ooaroe......u.... i 7 X) 0
Second " all thicknesses..,,...,.,,..,,.. 16 60 17 lw
Third " Boards...........,.......... 11 W 1J i
Grub Plank, face measure 21 60 35 0
Hemlock Joist, Scantling and limber... 11 60 12 Ml
Poplar ' " " 11 60 14 00
First Common Flooring oards............. 35 00 87 W
Second " ' ' ......... ... 23 75 24 HO
Third " " ......,.. IS 60 20 00
First Common Weather Boards........... It 00 17 5
Second " " " 12 00 13 00
Cedar Posts, 4 by 4, (feet, per hundred... M 00 Kl M
Cedar " for fenolng. " " ... 80 00 83 M
Locust ' " " ' 20 0 22 60
A further rednet ion of 3H per sent, will be made on
bills of $500 or more.
We have one of the largest and best selected stock
of Lumber in the Cincinnati market, which we offer
for sale at the above prices.
THOS. W, FARRIN & CO.
Pays for the Penny Press.
Six Cents a Week!
Pays for the Fenny Press.
Will pay for the Press
Will Pay for the Press
FRONT -STREET FACTORY
Ne. 1S7 last Front Street, bet. Pike aad BnUer-tf,
Having Fitted up ted premises
with the moat improved kind of machinery, 1
am prepared to furnish, at short notice, all kinds of
Douse and Steamboat, Carpenter and Joiner's work.
Sash, Blinds, Doors, Frame and Moldings of all
descriptions. Steamboat Lumber, Weather-board-ng,
Shingles, Siding, Flooring, Ae., kept constantly
on hand. Particular attention paid to planing, rip
ping and scroll sawing. Heavy framing lumber cai
be planed and trued 40 feet long, and 30 Inches wide.
Person about to build, will Had It to their adraa
tagetogiTameecsUL WM. JONES,
WILLIAM H. BALDWIN, ATT0B.NET
and Oonaeellor at Law, Chase's Building
Third street, IdeonSastof Main, 171
, -.OCTOBER, 18
, WANTS! WANTS I !
I yon want a serrant, adrertls la
f THE PENNY PRESS
I yon want a house, advertise In '
, , . . . r ' THE PENNY PB.BHS.
I yon want to sell anything, adrertls In
THE PENNY PB.B88.
If yon want to buy anything, advertise In
THB PENNY PRESS.
lm fact, every want smpplled by advertising In
. THE PENNY PB.E88.
Penny Press to bs had every
morning; at the Counting-room - door.
Only one cent. :
50 Don't forget that the . Penny
Preis 1 the mediant through which to
make known your want I Advertises
meiite f flye lines and leai, Inserted
twice' for twenty-ttre centil
Caulks DitiTmo. A nan nameh Henry
Same iraa fined $6 and cost by Judge Lowe
yesterday for oareloii driving.
Polici Coubt. Yesterday wu a busy day
at this institution. Judge Lowe disposed of
sixty-three cases, principally disorderlies.
Tlatiho Cards oh Sunday. Christian
Adde and Charles Erosterman were fined $5
and costs each by Judge Lowe yesterday for
playing cards on the Babbath day.
Oitt Prisoh. Twenty-two persons were re
ceived at the City Prison yesterday. Sixty
Ive prisoners will be sent te work on the hill
Matob's Affoirtvbrt. Mr. Frederick
Harbecotto, of the Eleventh Ward, was yes
terday appointed Lieutenant at the Bremen
itreet Station-house, etce . E. Soott, resigned.
Till fbok a Hocss. A man whose name
we were unable to ascertain, fell from the
roof of the building known as Point Isabel,
at the intersection of Front and Congress
streets, yesterday, and was severely injured.
' Bali or Rial Estati. The old stone
property, situated on the eorner of Fifth and
Vine-streets, was sold at ezeoutor's sale, by
Messrs. Cooper A Stokes, yesterday afternoon,
to Mr. Win. H. Harrison, for f 510 per foot.
Most Kief tbi Piaoi. A man named John
Nellie entered into bonds of $200 before the
Polioe Judge, yesterday, to keep the peaoe
toward a man named Leydon. Leydon also
entered into similar bonds to keep the peaoe
Pitit Lahoiny. Miohael MoAvoy went
on board of a canal boat lying opposite Wade
street in the Miami Canal, Sunday, and car
ried olf a lot of plates, cups and saucers, Ao.,
valued at (1. He was before Judge Lowe
yesterday and aent to the County Jail for
BiVALTig We again oall attention to the
fact that Robert Orr, No. 11 West Fifth-street,
is supplying the publis with fresh, delioious,
Baltimore Oysters. Mr. Orr is well-known
among onr citisens, and we assure those who
favor him with a oall they will get the best in
Whipmkq His Win. A beast of a man
named John Burg, who resides in the Thir
teenth Ward, was arrested last evening, and
locked up in the Hammond-street Station
House, for beating his wife in a shameful
manner. He will doubtless receive the ex
tent of the law in the Police Court to-day.
Not Tbui. The report in circulation yes
terday that Mr. George Ballanger, who was
ehot by the burglar, George Kennedy, at five
o'clock last Saturday morning, was dead, is
untrue. Mr. Ballesger was much better last
evening, and was able to sit up and eat. He
will doubtless recover.
Thi Bazaab Maohini. Mr. Lewis has in
troduced the Lester Sawing Maohine in his
Batarr, and, so far, they exoel any kind here
tofore used by him. Mr. Lapham is the au
thorized agent for the same in this oity, and
ean be found at (2 West Fourth-street, direotly
opposite the Postoffloe. Call and examine
Dbt Goods. M. Regan, at No. 90 West
Fifth-street, hasjuat received from the East
a large and splendid assortment of drees and
domestio goods, embroideries, hosiery and
gloves, which he is disposing of at greatly re
duced prices. Mr. K. is determined, it
seems, not to be outdone by any other house.
Ladies, give him a call. ,
Thi Racks. The first race of th Fall Trot
ting Meeting takes plaoe to-day, over the
Clnoinnati Trotting Park for a pnrse of $250,
mile heats, best three in five, to harness. The
meeting will continue four days. An extra
train will leave the depot of the Clnoinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Railroad, dairy, at 3:30
P. M. for the Park. Fare, fifty cents for the
round trip. ,
Abusino tbi Judoi. Dehlia Payne was be
fore His Honor, Judge Lowe, yesterday, for
the third time, upon a charge of disorderly
conduct, and sentenced to the City Prison
for the term of six months. As she was be
ing conducted below she commenced an at
tack with her tongue upon His Honor, call
ing him names whioh are sot proper to pub
lish. She was brought back and received a
sentenea of six months additional confine
ment at the expiration of the first six. One
year in the City Prison will afford her ample
time for reformation.
A Bot Stabs Ahothib. Last Saturday a
difficulty oeourred at Riley's sale-stable, on
Fifth-street, between Main and Sycamore, be
tween a oolored boy named James Monroe and
a white boy named Peter Long, abont riding a
horse. About an hour afterward young Long
wag going home when he was met by Monroe,
who struok him with his lit. The blow was
resented, when Monroe drew a knife and stab
bed Long under the left arm, inflicting a wound
about an ineh deep. Monroe was before Judge
Lewe, yesterday, and held in bonds of $360 to
answer the charge of "outting with intent to
wound." He is about ten year of age.
bT The Want Column of the PshrtP&sss
1 becoming a necessity to oar reader and the
publio at larga. Every one has been taught
to look to it when they want to rent a house,
hire a servant, get employment, or buy or sell
anything, and tb promptness with whioh all
their oalls are responded to, has eonvinoed
them of the extensive circulation it has already
attained. We insert all advertisements ol that
eharaoter, when not over five lines, twice for
twenty-five cents, thus putting the ohance
within the reaoh of every body. Ir tod wat
ANTTBI2IO, AnVltYHBl lit TBI PlKIT PlMS, is
Akotbbb Ito&ar-or on Foostb-stbiit. Th
Cigar and Tobacco establishment of Mr. Chas.
Tewes, No. 23 West Fourth-street, was taken
possession of by Constable John MoDonnelt,
at a late hoar last evening, to satisfy a claim
of $125 held by Mr. Wm. Wlswell, of this city,
against said Tewes. When the nonstable
took possession of th establishment, he
found the largest and most valuable por
tion of the goods packed in heavy dry
good boxes. Many reports were rife last
evening, but as the facts will be developed
to-day we withhold tortber comment A sup
position, however, prevailed that Mr. T. was
endeavoring to plaoe hi goods beyond the
reaoh of his oreditors.
' Scbool Board. The Chair presented the
resignation of Miss Theresa Byingtou. Ac
cepted, and the usual certificate awarded.,
Alio, a oommuoioation from Stephen L.
Hasiet, asking compensation for servioes ren
dered in assisting in taking the school census.
Received and filed.
Also, th report of the Superintendent,
which shows th following as the number of
scholars, As., attending during the month:
lnrollment In District Bchools.....-.m.-..-..13,J19
" Intermediate" .. 1,06
Corresponding month last ysar....,n,.M..n.,.........12,747
Remaining In Dlstrlot Schools..... ..I1,J45
Intermediate " ,
Insrease over same month last year.. 1,168
Average belonging District Schools 11,8.19
" . Intermediate 41 1.015
Increase over last year
IMtMHl tBste ) a 1,036
Average daily attendance District Schools. 10,974
" " Intermediate " 60
Increase ever last year ,. 1,064
Average dally absence derived for av
erage number belonging District
. ricliool 7 .e per cent.
Average daily absence derived for av.
erago number belonging Intermedi
ate Schools .................eHOpsrcent.
General Average ................................... 7 per oent.
The reports of the Prinoipals of the District
Sohools were resd, and show a general punctual
attendance on the part of the teachers.
The precedent was established by a unan
imous vote, in two cases, that teachers losing
time when obeying a subpena from a Court,
should be excused without substitute.
A large number of bills, audited by the
Committee on Claims, for rent, repairs, 4c,
were allowed, and the sums appropriated.
Also, bills for salaries as teacher for the
past month were allowed.
Mr. Gilpin moved to suspend the rules to
reverse the order of the calling the districts,
which was carried, but was afterward recon
sidered. The object of this maneuvering
was a contest between the Tenth and First
Districts to obtain the same teacher.
Miss Mary Bumpf was appointed a teacher
in the German department of the First Dis
trict, at a salary of $25 per month.
Mils Mary E. Hill and Mr. Sherwood
were appointed assistants in the Fourth Dis
trict at a salary of $20 per month each, to fill
the places of Mies Baker and Miss Boynton,
Miss Martha J. Safford was appointed in
the Fifth District at a salary of $20 per
Miss Pheba B.Logan and Miss Mary Ash
ton were appointed in the Twelfth Distriots, at
salaries of $20 per month.
The trustees of the Fourteenth District ware
authorised to appoint a temporary assistant
teacher in that district, at a salary of $20 per
The Committee on Lots presented and re
ported favorably upon a proposition from the
Kemperj, proposing to denote one hundred
feet square adjacent to Walnut Hills, on con
dition that a aohool-house worth $3,000 bs
ereoted thereon, within one year.
Alio, several communication from different
persons proposing to sell lots. All wore laid
over and made the special order for next Mon
The resolution laid over from the last even
ing, amending tho rules to that no teaohera'
salaries shall be Increased during the sohool
year, was taken op.
Mr. Stratton moved to amend by Inserting
a proviiion that th rule shall not apply to
such teachers as are already employed. Car
ried. Th resolution wa than adopted as amended.
A little girl named Josephine Myen, five
years of age, fell from the railing of the Main
street canal bridge Into the canal, day before
yesterday. She wa rescued by a gentleman
' James Grlson was sentenoed to six months
confinement in the County Jail, by Judge Lowe,
yesterday, for stealing a chain, from the Ma
rine Railroad Dook.
An omnibus driver, named Henry Hartman,
will be tried by Judge Lowe next Thursday,
for running over a man named Henry Blute
man, in Sixth-streetWarket-space, last Saturday-
Hiram Mosier, for stabbing his wife last Sun
day, was called in the Polioe Court, yesterday,
and held in bonds of $1,000, for further exam
ination next Thursday.
' Remember the lecture of William G. Dlx,
Esq., before the Young Men's Mercantile Li
brary Association, atSinith'dc Nixon's Hall,
Joseph Lumm was oommitted to the County
Jail for the term of six months, yesterday, for
stealing artioles to the value of $1.
As Counoil meets to-morrow evening, It is to
be hoped that the street railroad companies
will be allowed the privilege of constructing
turn-outs. The people are in favor of turn
outslet as have them.
- Charles Rieth, for inducing a man to vote
illegally, will be tried in the Polioe Court to
morrow. William Hancook was arraigned in the
Polioe Court, yesterday, to answer th oharge
of receiving a bribe to leave the city, he being
a witness in a oase pending in the Police
Court, and discharged.
John Welch, the keeper of a grocery and
coffee-house on Front-sreet, between Vine and
Race, was oharged before Judge Lowe, yester
day, with assaulting a woman named Mary
Cahill. It appeared In evidence that Mary
was very drunk and went to Weloh's establish
ment and demanded liquor. Sh was refused,
when she became very boisterous. Weleh put
her out, when she fell to the pavement and cut
her head. Th case was dismissed. - -- - -
We hear that a number of the Police aro op
poied to uniform over-ooats. If the -city
would pay for the ooats there nould be no
The work on the Western-row street rail
road is progressing rapidly.
The following is a list of letters de
tamed for non-payment of voatass at the
i uavuuioe, 1(1 wis city, uctooer XI.
Captain 8SA. Gardner, Bavina, Cuba.
M its Matgaret Smith, Jeddo. Ohio.
Mrs. Mary Stratton, Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs.Jack, Chillicothe, Ohio.
Mrs. Hannah Hanes, Lawrencevtlle, Fsnn,
Bobert M. Johnson, Now Orleane, La.
Captain S. T. Melville, Havana, (Jubu,
Swab Jlmsonn, (Jlevelaud, Ohio.
Mrs. H. 8, AeLon, Byracuse, N. T.
pt Meteorological observation! for the
Pixnt Fbisi, by Henry Ware, Optician, No.
7 Wait Fourth-street, Ootober 17, 185V. , -
7 A. M,
j3trPeaso k Co., Sixth-street, eaat of Wal
nut, have reeeived Chamben't Journal for
September, Qodey't Lady't Book for Novem
ber, Porter' Spirit for this week, and all tbe
late reading of the day. Call and make your
tat John L. Johnson was arrested In Syc
amore Township, yesterday, on suipicioa. He
wai taken before 'Squire Martla, and a num
ber of burglar's instrument found on hi per
son. H was eommttted to the County Jail in
default of $500 bail.
Thomas Adams was sent to th County
Jail for the term of thirty days, to be fed en
bread and water only, and fined $20 and costs,
for stealing a shawl and two cloaks from Mr.
John Schuok. He wa oommitted by 'Squire
Martin, of Sycamor Township.
ysVWa were informed last evening that
Dr. Suire wat quite comfortable.
OvvrnTif. tTftw Tnt ! II I. r 1 . .HM
mary of the official vote or Hamilton County,
mm SuI.hJ L .u n - , rtt t. ti vr a.
i uj tuo uuuuiy bier, a. ju. otone,
ri-. i" 1 iv,"" l.,l,n
Deunlson, (Beji.) . ................,.....,1S,136
Banney's majority . ,
SECRETARY OF STATE.
nnnwv. m,m 1
Taylor, (Opp.; ..,. ,
owns, iupp.) ,
Bushnell majority 690
JUDGE OF SUPERIOR COURT.
Whlteman, (Dem.)..... M....,...,.....,.t4,OPl
wuw.wvu, vv,.i,H .,.,..10,Oa
Whiteman' majority.............ra...,... 718
Allan. rrtAm i i.-i
Holmes' maiorltv mm
Key's majority ,
Ferguson's majority. 1,067
riflffff. 'Tlem Y
m mmwiw, ..,.....,,.,.14, 302
Uerrard, (Opp. )......
Wright, (lem. ),.....','.'.',
IBlel, (Upp )..,
HINHHnHH .,..,M.MM..,.M..,. 14,143
et e si e tt eei se ee tear t see Meets 671
M.m......... ..m ...,. ...IS, 936
MM,.. ,.. I, ,..,,. H.M...M..M. 995
BOARD PUBLIC WORKS.
Tomlinson, (Bern.) ...
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
Vattler, (Dtm.) ,
1 1 IIA
.-. 14 211
,. . , I,1V
Jieagar, upp.j. ,
Crookibank'i aajorlty...,M,...M 1,120
COMMON PLEAS JUDGE.
Collins, (Dem.)... 14,083
Dickson, (Oi'p.) M.......M.. -...13,337
Collin1 majority.,..,,...,,..,. , 710
Bidgeway, (Dem.)... .....:...14J107
noes, tupp.;,...,M .....12,936
Bidgeway'i majority .... 171
COUNTY COMMISSIONER. DIRECTOR OF COUNTY INFIRMARY.
Benn, (IJemO M,m
Muchmore, (upp.j 13,3sH
Benn' majority , 727
Total vote cast lu the County ..27,807
Cask Dicidsd in K0011 No. 1. W. B.
Moore vs. J. McCirew and wife. A proceeding to
foreclose a mortsiiau atf&iust himtmnil .mi wit., a
demuirerwas hlod ou the part of both defendants.
ins mortguge wan executea by j.McO. aloue, the
Witebt-illff uu D&rtv ther.tuKi,ii in rii unn.inir ,.r fun
case Judge Spencer held tbatas toller there was nu
just cause ul action set forth, and tine demurrer
wuum ue .uaiaiueu,
'1'be utbor aefoudant, however, demurs on the
ground tbut she is improperly made a puny, and for
that reason that there is a dulVct of parties deleud -ant.
Tbe foot of the petition setting upacatueof
action s to one of the defendants wnich docs tiot
exist, furnishes no ground of misjoinder. The de
murrer as to J. Med. is therefore overruled.
fETlTlOM rOB JiX-AVFBAISKUKMT. KaUd VS. .
A petition for re-appmikeuient was bled on the
ground that the property, five lots in the northern
part of the city, was twice offered for sale, and re
mains unsold for want of bidder. Motion overruled, .
or granted on terms of petitioner praying costs of ap
praisement. 1'ixTUKis Upon Beal Kstatu. Morton vs. Ben
son. Submitted to Judee Soonrar rniin the tB-ti-
mony. lu the year lso3 tbo uiaiutin disposed of a,
lot i,l' ground iu llmCtty on wblcb two saw-mills heul
been erected one which bed boilers and other ma
chiuery, was burned tbe other was unoccupied, and
bad not enough machinery to run the mill. Morton
took a mortgage on tlie psirchaeo mouey, in which
the premises were described as a lot of land by metes
and bounds. Tho purchaser, Benson, sold out to a
party named Dudley, who after he obtained posses
sion in IW7, put into the building boilers, do., aud
ttxed up the mill with a view to ruuulng. Shortly
aiterward D. executed a chattel mortgage on the
boiler and engine. 4c, which was recorded, aud ad
mitted to be a valid lien unless the machinery could
be treatod as fixtures, and pass under the origiual
mortgage, executed la iavor of Mortimer, on the
purchase by Benaun.
Whether the boiler and machinery became flxturee
or not would depend entirely on tbe question 01
intent, on the origiual design of the party in putting
thorn on tbe premises. As a general rule, machinery
of all kiuds, capable of being removed, and forming
no necessary part of tax building, would be supposed
to be pi' iu, not for the benefit of theownerof th.
fee, unless It as apparent Iromeome equity in the
case that such was put In permanently. The pre
sumption ol law, in tavor of trade, ie that machinery
susceptible of being removed easily, is put in font
temporary purpose, or for the beneht of the tenant
Ho tar as there was any testimony In this case it
sliowod that tbe machinery was capable of being re
moved. The Court, therefore, belli that the boilers
aud engine were not to be regarded ae part of tlie
freehold, but might tie removed aa chattels and lbs t
the chattel mortgage ought to prevail over the origi
nal mortgage given for the purchase money. Messiii.
Alills and Douglas represented the parties severall'.
iloTios run tu Sal or a Steamboat. Mar.baJl
A Ilolbert vs. Holcrsft and others. This was a mo
tion fur the sale of the steamboat Diamond, whioh
was attached at the suit of the plaiutiSs, antt stated
to boln the bauds of theHheriff.
Toe plaintiff asks that the boat be sold as perish
able property, on the ground that tbe keeping of h.r
Is very expenaive, aud that the costs arising from
this source will largely diminish the fund. It is also
alleged that the steamer was attached in July, 1MM,
and that a number of suits have been commenced Id
tble Oourt against her, on which attachments issued
to the amount of 53.000.
Publication had been made, but the time for ap
pearance bad not yet elapsed, and Court was called
on to see the property prior to any judgment ren
dered in the action ty virtue of that provision of the
ode wnich authorizes the Oourt to make an order
respecting ttie preservation of property attached,
where it shall be found to be of a perishable nature,
or increased cost m&v arise.
.It was stated lu an affidavit made en tbe part of
oenaiu orvuiion wit sue was intact in tne oustoay 01
tbe Marshal of the United Siotm, by virtue of a li
bel, aud If sold, it was claimed the sal. would be dis
astrous, Inasmuch ae 11. competition could b. bad,
from tbe fact of the conflicting title..
The Court remarked that the defendant might
have been in Court a mouth ago by publication, and
th. plaintiff had therefore uo particular right on
the score of diligence. A steamboat was not property
so perishable so as to require immediate action; and
aa a cloud might rest on the title of the sheriff (it
might be a mere cloud) growing out of tbe ordtr of
tbe United Htates in Aduilialty, and an immediat.
sale eventuate rather in the eaorilice than protection
of the property, the motion for th. sale would be re
lueed, aud tbe partiea left to th. usual remedy.
Dodd a ilustou for the motion; Lincoln, smith A
Waruock on the other shle.
Shippen vs. Th. Central Insurance Company. De
muirer sustaiued on the ground that th. contract
wa not incorporated in the petition.
In MootnNu. it Judge Uoadl) (heard Ja submitted
oase, ho, 10,114 on tb jury docket hi set for this day.
WAOOOHcn'a Oraraaa On. ft (ha nn li.st
plaoe In tbe oity at which to get fresh ean
oy iters, of th first water, is at Waggoner'
Imnortius Ovster-honsa. at No. 203 Western-
row, above Fifth-street. Try it.
fS" The Point Phsi ha four time th
olrculation of any penny paper ever before
published In tbe Queen City,
SIX CENT8 WILL PAY FOR THE
PENNY PRESS ONEWE1K.
.'Wood's lutirmn. Tha axtrama Inclemsner
of the weather last night did not prevrnt errn del
house being present at this eetabllshmeut, te witnesi
th rollicking Oolllns AaJtMcSh.no" and fcdiiy
The Tiler." The audience enjoyed the rii h htuiinr u
Mr. O. in a manner perfectly oontasHmr.," Viilriiv
Blachree." "The Low Back Jar." "Widow lUln.n,"
and "sprig of Shlllalah," were all sum In l',i,h'
Iw'rtt stl. and drew from the audienreiinTiiitAiiifi
of laughter and tncorr. Mies Fanny 1u1ihiii .
"Coming Through The Kye," elicited round-, uf an
p!aue, only appeared by a repetition of
. "If a body kiss a body," Ac.
To-night Mr. Collins aotxursas "Pierce (fit.,,.
tlielri.li Attoiuny," and as "Morgan Ktttter" lu
How to Tai tne llur. lu Ibis list inipirsonatimi
lis atauds uneuuaied. Those effected with kski
cannot hod a more elficieut cure tliau to wltne.n tho,
"Morgan Kuttler ' of Mr. C. The uinlit'i perform
ance concludes with tbe Staos SraU' K 1'Aiuia, in
wnicn J01111 aimer win appear as "ir oimtnrur
Scraggs, 'I and alits fauuy Deuuaro is "Sally
SUN A HEAD JlllBTH IN ITS IIRIQHT tJHABIOT J1P-
FBoAcntno. Ths greatest of attractions as yet an
nounced for next week are the concerts of tbe
Uanipbell Minstrels. This species of corpoieal nour
ishment Is always palatable, especially when Kumsey
anil Nowcoiub cater to the appetite. Thtir r.pata
are banquets, and their bauquets are superbly gotten
up, or, In words more explicit, their fun can't lie
beat.. See advertisement.
Polic Court. It would appear from the
record of the Police Court, yesterday, that
some of our citizens have a peculiar way of
keeping tbe Sabbath day. No less than
eight persons were fined for various infrac
tion of the peace and good order of tha oity,
a follows: James Clark, disorderly, $9 SO;
J. Carr, fast driving, $4 90; J. Hodges, drunk,
$3 65; Michaol Crahan, drunk, $4 20; H.
O'Neal, drunk, $4 70; VT. Copeland, drunk,
$5 85; W. CummingB, drunk, $5 35. We
suppose, of course, no one got any liquor on
bunaay tnat i against tne law ana nettner
these men, nor the sellers, would presume to
violate the erdinanoe. It is simply slow
whisky, sold and drank on Saturday night,
but wnich does not take effect till Sunday.
Water-works. Everything now indicates
that Immediate steps will be taken forth
construction of water-works. , We believe the
general impression prevails that it will be
better to bav them indeptndent of all other
plaoes, It has been proposed by some to bring
water from Cinolnnati, and others to form an
allianoe with Newport. But we bellev.the
general feeling la that Covington la able to
stand alone and ought to do ao. We under
stand that the report of the eommlttee, on nozt
Thursday evening, will maintain til view of
We received a "want" yesterday through
tne poBtoruoe, witn oniy initials signed 10 11,
and not accompanied by the "needful." He
must be a little verdant who thinks advertis
ing is done for nothing. W want wants,
but we dont want wants without the want
wanted is accompanied by a want that wo
want that want is a "quarter." '
Mr. Geo. Hopes, of this place, who haa
been in the employ of Gay lord cfc Co., wan
yesterday working on tbe roof of the Little
Miami Railroad Depot, and by soma mishap,
fell to the ground, breaking his jaw bone, and
otherwise severely injuring him.
The County Court held ita regular session at
Independence yesterday. We were unable to
learn th amount of business tramaotsd.
There are sixteen inmate in our County
Jail; two of whom are females.
The examination of Potter befor Jnatloea
Connely and Sine, for the shooting of Harris,
whioh was to have taken plaoe yesterday, wns
continued till to-day at eight o'olock, st tbo
Instance of the Commonwealth. Mr. Foster is
defended by Messrs. Helm, Boyd, Fearos and
Berry, while the proseoutton Is oonduoted by
Mr. Anderson. Mr. Harris is now considered
beyond the hope of reoo very. -
The Psisa ean always be had at th book
and periodical store of B. Dowling, on Totk
street, opposite Oddfellow's Hall. Mr. D. will
canvass tbe whole oity during tb preseut
week, for subscribers to the Prrsi.
JEsT" A. A. Eyster, Clooks, Wateho ud
Jewelry, No. SH and 371 Westera-rcw.
pB" Dagaerrean Gallery, Booth-west eorner
of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford's Drug
store. Piotures taken and put in good eaa. for
twenty oents. Warranted to pleas. .
Cincinnati Produce Market.
MONDAY EVENING, October 17. 1859.
FLOTJB Tbe mark.t has not changed essentially
since eterdj; tb. d.maud continue, mooeraleand
chiefly local: 900 brls. eold at $i 70 for superftne, and
St 76S for extra. 1,641 brls. were received during
the last twenty-four hours.
WHlSKY-fto change: sales of tOO brls, at 29(3
2Vtic., the latter rate for wagon.
fHOVIellONtJ .Not mush done, and tbe market,
though Hrm, is quiet, ileus Pork sold su low as $.13,
and there is a pretty good demand at this rate. 30
brie, is reported at $U 60, and So do. at 114 76, w hich
is above the market, holders being generally willing
totaaei4ou. sou oris imru soiu mxc, ami 10,
ouo pounds clear bulk bides at luHc. liacon is bald
at 10c., but we heard of no sales, '
OiL-42 brls. Linseed sold at J7c; tills ii the rate
QKOCEUIES The market Is unchanged and quiet:
galea of Sugar at 7ft7io. llolaaaea 4ic. Coffee at 12
WHET There Is a good demand and price are
Arm: sales of SOU bushels prims white at $1 ID, de
livered: sou do. good at fl 10. .
(JOHN-Xhere is a fair demand for new at 43c, with
nales of 600 bushels at this price, Old is scare, and
UVffi-lhe market la firm, with a fair demand at
W2c. - ...
BAKLEI-The market 1 dull and prices un
changed. We quot prime fall at tkic., and fairtn
good do. at oo&oOc.'
OATH There is a good demand and prices steady:
sales of 100 bushels at 44tc; o do. at 16c.; 1,000 do.
POTATOES There ie a fair demand for prime Ke
ehanocks, and prices are steady at 3 (Qoc. per bush.:
sales of 23 brla. mixed northern at l per bil.
, (JUtEaE-Sales of 130 boxes W. R. at o.j mar
ket steady and prices firm.
New York Market.
NEW YORK. October 17—P.M.
heavy, with sales of ll,4sobrls. at St Oofttss for su
perfine State; ax 80(44 '.m for .xtra btate;t4 aut&t 63
lor eupertine Western; $4 83taj 25 for common to me
dium extra Western; $3 4S(m3 60 for Inferior to good
shipping brands extra round-hoop Ohio, closing
dull. Canadian naohauged, with tales ef ioo brls. at
(5 306 23 for common to choice ex, tra. Bye flour
in fair request at $1 6n4. .
V- heat dull aud rather heavy: stlee of (,000 bush,
nt Si 42 for very choice whit. Western) Si 26t 2D for
umber do. Kye firmer, with sales of i ,3O0 busbels at
'.Oc. Barley lower and active: salra of 2,00 bushels
at 76l&7. Cora dull: sale of 8 .000 bushel at SI for
tellow northern; Woo. for round yellow, aud 3Sc.
For Jersey yellow; mixed Western family held at $1.
(tats dull at 4J44o. for btate. Western and Cana
dian. W h'tky steady and unchanged: sales of 200 brls. at
Pork firmer: sales of 1,900 brla. at SlS25fl61537 for
mess; $10 73 for prime, and $1837 for uninspected
im as, including 1,000 brls. mess at soller's option till
loth; no- e at $15. Beef rather easier: sales of rO
brls. at $4 M for coentry prliae; tA 73 for do.
mess; $lT for repacked niess, aud Sn,U for extra
do. Beef bams steady at $16 16 40 for new Wtern.
Prime mess Beef quiet at fly. 4Jat JKeau eoarc. and
nominal at ec. for shoulders aid SMo. for hsms.
Baron quli ad nominal. ! , ,
Lard in fair ratuwt and, firm: sals of 400 brji. at
Butter steady at Ullo. for Ohio, and 134W0, tor
State. . . ,
Uheese la moderate demand at sf 4)V - ' 1
-.Cotton ry dull: aalas of U) balsak-.
lilnsesd Oil dull at ti(ai37c. .
Athee lower: Pots $S: PearkMSTM.'TA '
, Uuaar steady; lauscovaAo 6Kj:Mo. .. . , , ,
Cofiee firm but quiet st V)hmi)Q.
Molasses quiet at344e, ;
BALTIMORE October 17—M.
Plour heavy, but unobaneed: Howard street
I2M. Wheat bnovant: salsa of 10.000 biiahalaat an
advano of sc.; white II 10! 43. tjorn lirm: fallow
'Provisions firm mass Pork IfOTS: srim. Illlfl:
Bacon loKo.- . , ... v r
wni.ay lirm ana scares: uniomn.
McKim a (Jo. report Sxcbangeon Kw Tork St H
per cent, pr.niiwn
Mi. Hiuai ox "Cardi." The puaillst
calUd a ft w days tinos at th offlo f the New
Xork Urrald to correct a statement witn regard
to him. On of th reporters suggested that
he should write a nets making the correction,
for publication. Mr. Beenan replied:
"Oh, no; I am tired of these card. 1 I lav
written a many cards ' lately sls James
Buohanao, had I don't want te write any
more. I am as publi a eharaoter now a
James Buchanan, and I don't like IU"