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"WARTfl," TOR SA LB." -rOB 1IKT." LOUT," "rOUHD," 'BOARDJUO." 0.-A4-arttesmenta eomlnn onder these headings, notec ceedlns nv Haas, will be Inserted twlos for t)A Mat, WNTKI-A FBW BOARDKRS-Al 11 WW Longwortn-st., near corner of John. k13 b "Vr N T B D--A bor about sixteen or seventeen w year em. In a m ry jTsiri store; good references required. Applr at 58 Flfth-st. sou-u WANTED-Sli Vost-taters and on Button, hole maker, at No. 08 Went Blilli-st , third tory. s13-b TVANTFD TO PURCHA8B-A food second. w hand lixprass Wagon. Apply at no. 3 Water, street. sol3-b' WANTEII-A Oinii To do general home, work. Apply at No. 77 George-st., second slonr above Plnm. se!3-b viriKTirn-ninij Two vmri 11... .i,.i WW Oiioaer.lv at SOO West Flfth-st : one anilv WANTED-OneOralnerand Varnlsher, at the chair factory, George-street B-hoot-holH8, rear Fmoaian-street. A Iso, a Carver, on plain work. Apply itnoiediately sel4-li T. Ill UKNKIiL. V ANTE n-BOARIWW'ith a fanilllocatw. T ett of Vino, and south of Kijhth-atreet. I'riTflte family nie.errnd . Kpf.rence given if n. quired. Addreu U. K., Press uffhs. WANTED-)(1'1S,POO-Mortne notes and tmslnes nais'r to the above ani'iunt, by W. H. I'll 11.1,1 1H, Kent Kstate. Mote and Dill Broker, 8 Went Thlrd-atreet. aepU-f WANTFIS BAKER A good loaf bread and cake baker. Apply immediately at the Main, street laky, Iwtweon Sixth and Bremen, Coving, ton, Ky. sel.-b WANTKD-8 I T II A T I O N By a Proteatnnt yoting man wlio ran attend to horses, cattle, or drive, and ia willing to make himself genernlly useful. Adilress F. 0. , this office, sels-b ANTE D MILLlliK K8 A number of MiiTu nera and one go d Trimmer, at Mia. ROBIN SON'S now Millinery Btoro, 190 Flfth-st., west of Kim. ael:i-b WANTED A TAILOR-fOermanl, to work on eoata Steady employment. Apply at No. 40, Bank Building, north-west corner Third and Main. e.1-b WA N'T K D 01 R (i To do geaeral housework for a latntly of six persons, and milk one oow; no small children. Apply at the Clan luxe Office, corner Third and Vilie-Kts. ao!3-b WANTEI-A GOOD GIRL To do genoral housework in a private family. German pre ferred. Apply at Vlne-at., botween Eighth and Math. sel3-b irANTEn-A MAN To work on farm. None WW hut an experienced hand need apply. Apply at MrLAC'H LAM A McUKEUO H'8, corner Water and Main-st. ael3-h VANTEJl-A pnrchaeer for a good cooking. T stove, in excellent order. Nearly new. A taiain. Bold only for want of nae. Apply at 77 Ueorge-etreet, second ttonrnbove l'lum-st. se!3-b WANTED-TO ItENT-A well-furnished front room, l'twitb gas (in a private family), ta one or two single gentlemen. Apply at l'in 'entralavenne, between Thlrdand Fourth. sel:i-b WANTED KVKRT ONE-Whether inor out of businoaa. to tend for our circular. It is of Interest to all, and coals yon nothing. Address BOBBINS ft J0,(.incinna'l,0hlo. jy2H-tf MT-ANTED Ten thouand people who will at- tend the United Htates Fair, to goto BUB ISETT'S Saloon and try his choice liiinors and ales, kept by twn gentlemen who are well known to the Cincinnati puldlo. sel.-a WANTED "io trade for dry goods or groceries or sell cheap for cash, forty acros of good, rich land is Brown County, Indiana, valued at 810 per ai re; ill bs sold for (o. Addroas LAND, at this office. aei6-f WANTED CLOAK MAKERS Fifty experl enced Cloak Makora wanted. To flrst-cliss hands the highest wngea will lie paid. None others need apply, at WlLSOii'8,78 West Fourth-street. , IwM-bJ WANTED-HlTUATIONAscook in a restau rant or dining-saloon, or as pastry cook In a hotel, l.y a woman fully compteut. Addteaa MARY MITCHELL, at this office. The best of references " seU-l. WANTED A gentleman and wife, or two gen tlemen, can obtain a front room with b'mnl in a private family, in a pleasant neighborhood, lto fcreuces required. Address B., at thie office. laeU b WANTED Eight girls tor housework; two small nurse girls can have good situationa by ailing at Office 304 - Elm-st., above Eighth, tsmllics wanting help can be accommodated by toivirig orders at this office. soM-b WANTED A young man of education, good address, diligence and entire trustworthiness desires a situation to which is attached some Inter est and responsibility: locality no objection. Ail dress Box '1,317 City Poetomce. seU-b WANTEDUfcHER-One who understands the busineas thoroughly, can come well re commended, a good situation can ha had by address. . ingBUIGIlEll, PoatuffloeBox 771. German pre ferred. lalld WTANTED-TO EXONERATE Writhing un- w dor tlie effects of his past recollection he waa bound to exonerate, his conduct from the danger of misconception, and went to JOHNSON'S Uallery, Ninth and Main, where a good likeness may be had from ten cents to ten dollars. selt.b ANTED CLERKS Three Clerks; one for a grocery, two to go South 1 teacher, 8 young men (oue to go South) with $.'iu to Sltx) to assist in a business that will pay $r0oayear. if vou want work, call at the City Employment Office, 34 East Third, near Sycamore. sel3-b WANTE D-To In form the" Ladies theon7y place to get perfect dress patterns, trimed and lain, isat M US. N I VEN, a pupil of MADAMMK LA PLAS. Court milliner and dress-maker of Paris and London, at No. U03 Elm-at. sel3-b WANTED-ONE llllLLAR-For this sum you may huveone of JOHNSON'S richly colored, whole-sise pictures. In a gilt frame, tit to adorn any parlor, and all kinds of ca'ies and frames at lower prices than elsewhere. Ninth aud Main. se!3-b WAo NTED-TO ACT It behoved him to act at once n ith a sincerity worthy of her own. Ha went for his likeneas to JOHNSON S Gallery. Ninth and Main. Pictures from ton oeuts to f 10. Best work and loweat prices. sel3-b WANTED CLERK A young mau, well ac quainted in this city, and who thoroughly ainderstamhi the retail hosiery aud ladies and geuta furnishing business. Must come well recommended. Apply at PHILLIPS' Furnishing Emporium, 237 ceuirni-avenue. sel3-D WANTED CARRIAGE MAKER A good carrlage-body maker (must be a single yoniiff man), can obtain a good job hr immediate application at tha Anderson Carriage Shop, Ander son, Madiaoa County, Indiana. Nona but a good workman aeed apply. sel3-h WANTED BOARDERS Strangers visiting the oity during the Fair can he accommo dated with nice front rooms and hoard, at No. Mfl 3 north-west corner Fifth and Broadway. Terms y moderate. sell-f WANTED IMMEDIATELY Agents, to sell tha new natent Camoaiau Bosom Pin. bv W. W. Cndworth, sole manufacturer, !i8S West Fifth- street, Cincinnati, Ohio. All the different styles oi oledala, Badges, Ac , on hand. au2u-dw m ANTED By an experienced and thorough practical busineas man, a situation aa book keeper lor a wholesale or commission house. Best city references. Address D. A. G., Press Office. ts-hJ WANTED Clerks, Salesmen, Book-keepers, Bar-keepers, Porters, W siU'ra, Coopers, Car penters, Mechanics, Laborers and others seekiug durations, should apply at the Merchant' Clerks Registry Office, lUti Walnut-st, eol.-h HAH A CO. "ANTED PATIENTS Teeth will ba ex- tractt-d with or without galvanism. oratii md teeth filled and artificial teeth Inserted, in a mperlor style, at very low prices, at the Dental College Infirmary, 9 College-at.. between Sixth and Seventh and Vine and Race. Cincinnati. se.-f M. WELLS, D. D. S. WANTE D AGENTS To sell Campaign Med uls. The likenesaesof the candidates for Pres ident are correct. The price of the Medals is .5 per hundred. Aguuta are now selling from loo to 2iju per day. A specimen of either Medal will be sent (by mail) upon receipt of fifteen cents. Address JOHN .STANTON, Stamp aud Brand Cutter, 139 Filth. 41 net, Cincinnati, 0. , sel-f WANTED To sell double-entry book-keeping scholarships on Baoon's and Ohio und Uuu dry'a ('omiuerclalC.lteges. Good for day aud even ing and full course of study, aud just the place to upend tha lo.g wiutar eveulugs; audyouug nieu save money by buying certificates of W. B. AC K LEY, north-west comer Sycamore aud Third -ats., Tuttlc'g Exchange Office. sell-am. WANTED-AGENT8 In every nook aud cor ner of Ihe United States to sell our Campaign Songsters. From $loto$'si can he made at every political meeting; from $6 to .50 can be marie in every village, town and eity, by selling our Cam paign Kolig.-ters, Burtifss, o. Agtnts are now making from f 5 to 130 per day. READ THE FOLLOWING. LIST. We have just Issued tha DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN SONGSTER, No. 1, DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN 80NG8TEB. No. . Each containing uarly flrtv different Democratic Bongs, with a Likeness of blEl'HtJi A. DOUGLAS itu tua Cosoff-paga. ItEPt'BLIOAN CAMPAIGN SONGSTER, No. 1, I1KPIBLICAN CAMPAIGN S0NU8TKR, No. , REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN SONGSTER, No. S, Each aontaluing nearly Aft y different Republican Songs, wiih a Liiwiun t ruui Ah on in 4;vei-page. - . j miii i' copies sent by mail, postage paid, on re veild of ten cuius. tueufy coidus, assorted us they may order, by tauUl, lo perawus wisning so act as ngenia. wa will send SS.tMgU pi BV BjXilftM , uaiiroaa or nreaniooar, Niapurcnaaer navlria frei. iht, wa will sruid luu copius for it, or l.tssr copies 7r (.'IA. '1 ha mouav mast some with tha order, or if sent by express, collect on delivery, the purchaser luuct iy for returning the money. Address P. DORY, PubU.h.r, eU4 siu. (iO West Fourth-st., Uiuclunati, 0. CAMPAIGN HADQKHI THK "BAIL BPLITTEB'S" BADGE, V it h a PorfYats of "lloaeat Abe," Printed on Silk Ribbon, Hi by 7 iashaa. - . . . . . . , . ' ' TBS DBMOCBATIO BADGB, With a Portrait of Doug las or Breckinridge, the Dcinorratlc candidutes tor Prasldeut. PlluTud ou Wlk Bibboua, 3's by 7 ijsulsoa. . .... THK UNION BADGK, , Will, m P,ir-lt of Johll Ketl. 1'nlon Mnfl.t.'t., 1 President. Printed on Silk Kililaiu. zi liy 1 iuohes. . , btugie Radge, by mail, poetttae paid. l:tc. " To AgeuU, IS for lj at lor 1 oriiu for fj - AddieM r. iHiai, runusnur, no. asjitast roUillliasM Ciavuuwtli if, 4 , . .. .4 . aUf, WANTED. WANTED-' AN IJSINUATION-Tha indig nant blood wonld have rushed to his brow, and tha thirst of vengeance to his heart, had any line breathed an insinuation that she waa not a per VrV he "dll likeness taken at Jon S(IN 8 Gallery, Nmth and Main. Trice from ten cents apwad eelt-b WANTED fllRFj A Protestant girl or Wo man, that csn do the work of a small family, can obtain a good home and good wages by applying a! 19 Hlgh-st., the first -tree t north of Front-at., and east ot the Little Miami Railroad Depot; or address 0. P. 8 , at Press office. eoH-b V NT ED Immediately, a good carnago ww boby. maker, In Newport, on Bolvlew-st., Ie' tween Monmouth and York. None but a g--od work man need apply. GARRISON A ANKi.il. aal4-br FOR SALE. 17OR ftAliK SALOON Stock, fixtures and " leas of a first-class Haloon, fitted np in the liest manner, doing a Urge business. An excellent chance, aa the owner ia obliged to leave the city. Api'lyJoHJE CO lls Walnut-at. selt-b I7OR WLE OH T R ADR 640 acres of No. 1 arming Land, In Central Missouri, snr. rounded by improved farms, well watered, and near the railroad. Make fine stock farm. Will sell low for cash or good trade. Addre Lock Bjx Sly, Cincinnati Posb fflco. seM-b I7OR NAIjE-DOG A small black and tan Ter. rler Slut, well-trained for killing rata, and good on watch. Address, for further particulars, 'P," at this office. ssl.l-li I76 RSALE-OROCERY-8tock, fixtures and . g(Kd will ; fitted up In the best manner; sok1 location; new stock; first class customers Will he sold low for cash. Apply to HALE A CO., VtS Walnnt-at. sel3-b rOR RAIjB Kighty acres of Land in Mercer County, III. Well located Prairie Land, Will be sold low. Terms: part cash, balance trade. Ap ply to HALE A CO., liM Walnut street. ae!3-b FOR PALE A second-hand Jenny Llnd, of . . c,'-'l "JS'i'l' Sit.",' in f""11 "rdi-T. Apply at JAMES WALLS'S stable, Bycamore-st., below aell-d IjOR 8ALK SALOON Doing agood business, with lease and fixtures. The house has five rooms, with gaa and well furnished. Will la) sold cheap, as the present occupant is about to leave the city. Apply at No. IS Broadway, Cincinnati. sell-tf FOR SALE IN COVINGTON A neat Frame Cottage, 3 rooms, Lot bv Do, with shade and fruit trees..on Main-street, foursquares from Kerry. Price gl,fKI. three payments. Apply to 8. W. WIN EON, opposite Northern Bank, Covington. 812-0 FOR 8AI,B-TW0 THREE-STORY B HICK Houses On Wade-street, between Central-avenue and John-streeta, each containing seven rooms, f as-pipes, hydrant, Ac. The Houses are just fin. shed in the latest stylo, and will be sold choap for cash, or on time, tosuit rurebasers. ApplytoHIN. K LE, GUILD A CO., 368 West Front-st. sel2-t IJ-OR 8AL.E A retail stock of Groceries, No tlonsanrt Variety Goods, with the good will of a well-established business, and five years' lease on the storo. The proprietor being compelled to quit bnsiness, wilt offer the same on very favorable terms. For further information, apply at the cor ner of Third and Greenup-sts., Covington, Ky. A small farm, twenty or twentyfive miles in the conn try, will he taken aa part payment. The goods are free from all incumbrances lsol2-fJ O B. RUST. IJOR SALE-Or would EXCHANGE for good city property a FA KM, containing til acres, situated about one hour's ride from Cincinnati, on the Little Miami Rsilroad. near Branch Hill, and It miles by the Madisonville Turnpike, in a good neighborhood, close by schools and churches. The Improvements conelet of a good house and tenant house, green-house, chicken-house, bee-house, Ac; good well and cistern, garden ornamented with choice shrubbery; old and young apple orchards. Tbe land lies well for cultivation. Title good. For further particulars Inquire of JOHN W. BAEN. at the Recorder's Office, Cincinnati. selt-f FOR RENT. Ij.OR RENT-A FUttNISHED ROOM-Apply at No if 91 Vlne-st.. corner of Eighth. sel-b FOR RENT ROOMS Four rooms, noar the corner of Eighth and Race, suitable for a small family. Apply at 106 Eighth St. selt-b l?OR H ENT In Sedamavllle. a house with four m? rooms and stove, good cellar, Ac. Applvnnthe premises. lael4-bJ FRANOI8 OftlFF. FOR RENT HOISSE A house on the south west corner of Seventh and l.inn. containing eight rooms. Large front and side yards, with trees and shruhlrerry. Apply In the drug-store op posite, or of Mrs. Moore, north aide of Ninth, be tween Baymiller and Linn. sel4-b Fti R RENT-HOUSE-First-class Dwelling in 41. a waaa-n M-fr ha 1 1 - - l.-U-.. bath-room, frontand back yard. Rent, 840 per month. 0, BBADLEY, SO W. Third-st. scl3-b FOR RENT ROOMS Three nice rooms, to a small family. Street railroad cara pass the door Inquire at 338 Freeman-at., botween Hop kins and Laurel. ael3-b FORlENT-H0U6E-0f nine rooms, hall, kitchen, bath-room, and gas throughout the bouse. Will be leased from one to throe years, at .360 per year. Address P., Press Office. Be-13b fOR RENT Two furnished rooms, one on the ' tirst floor, with gas, pleasantly situated, within five minutes' walk of the postoftfee. Apply at No. S, north side of Beventh-st., third door east of Main. lsell-d FOR RENT HOUBE-a" three-story" brick, containing nine rooms, bath-room, gas, Ac, centrally situated. Address Box 846. sel-n FOR RENT Several unfurnished front rooms suitable for gentlemen's sleeping-rooms, can be obtained by applying immediately at the south-east corner of Fifth and Sycamore, No. 160. see-f FOR RENT-By the year or month the large hall and ante-rooms in Columbia Building, North-east corner Court and Central-avenue. In quire of A. J. KIZER, at Guion A Kizer'a Iron and Hardware store, North-east corner of Court and Central-avenue. se4l ORRENT-SHOP-Formerly occupied by T. F. Baker, with steam power. Well calculated for Iron railing manufactory, or for aoy kind of finishing business. Inquire on the premiaea, 466 Sixth-st., sear Hamilton and Dayton Railroad Depot. se!2-f BOARDING. BOARDING A gentleman mnd wife, or two or three s.Dgle ladle, can be accommodated with board at 10tt Kast Fifth-H treat, above Broadway. IseM-bM BOARDING To let. with board, one or two front rooms, (furnished if re.iiired) inapri vat family. Houte new and central; warm bath, gtts, 4c, Ac. Addreu B.,offlceof thin paper, eelj-b STRAYED. !THAlED-$t0 BE WARD. From tha anb scriber, in Nnwport, Ky.. on tha 14th June, a white Cow, ipeckled with red. horns a little crum pled: left horn wan broken when aha was young, and looks different from the other: wai nearly dry when the went away. WILLIAM COFFIN. elS-b Front-at., Newport, Ky. WMsWIlSONMcGltEW, i?L JEWELER, Lai South-west Corner Main and Fourth-sts. CINCINNATI, OHIO. asT" Clocks and Watches repaired by experienced workmen. au-ay NEW AND ELEGANT STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER Dross Goods ! Shawls ! AND FUMISIILTO GOODS! COLE & HOPKINS: Corner of Fifth and Tine, Offer to their customers Itioh Paris Silks! Velours do Paris ! Printed Merinoes! - All-wool Delaines! roniNS MD TGAVEL1XG GOODS AT LOW PIUOKH. 'l '1 ' .1 ' ' TT" Wa have eudeavore4 toaelaot inch an assortment of f ... Dress, Goods l f " or TUB LATEST IMPOHTATIONS, As 0U not fiOl to J lease .hoas who desli. c hoics 8 - 't! c3-tf tyies ana aiefasi oomDtaauoas. VOUt UOFB IN. . . Corner of rifth sad Vine. 1 LOST. f ONT-BRKA8TMN8-A bine tnrnnols breast. MA pin, shape of leaf, also a coral twlat breastpin, on corner 1 hlrn-street.or on Broadway, near Third, street. The Under will pints, leave th.m at the Trees olBee, and receive reward. seU-h- Y OT-POO-A rottah ha'r black and Un Ter. -i rler Slut, with leather collar. A reward of ti will be flven to any person retumintt hertj tha 8erT",ore aouth-wsst corner Broadway and f n h-st . ael3-b I OST-BABY'8 CLOAK-A baby's gray Cloth A I'loak was lost yesterday afternoon, on or near fourth, or Fifth and Kace-sts The finder will be rewarded by returning it to 189 West fourth-st. ar1S.ij PERSONAL. PI?t,,,?NAljrTh8 ntleman who f.mnd the oid B'actM on Central-avenne, last Saturday evening, will confer a favor, and be liherally re. 5?,".'1,.,'Zj'V,D,h"ome Ho 1. No, S West Third at. aalvb THE DAILY PRESS. Fit IDAY.......... HKPTBMBBIt 14 City News. Mktkoroi.ooical Obsertitions Br Henrr Ware, Optician, September 13 : OV.oc. Barometer. TWssoevter. M.. i i adov aero 4? ..29. it Above sero as Above aero- Lkttibi Dktaind for Win. or Poitasi, Thursday, September 13, 1860: Bridget Mclaughlin, Amherst, Mass. Leon Frank, New Oileans. I.ai Lamn A Bro., Baltimore, Ml. C. Llppman, I oulsville, Ky. Mrs. General Robinson, Allegheny City, Fenn. Jrhn Petsonville, Kast Ltterty, 0. Lieutenant John l'yi am, Fort Garland, New Mex ico. Mrs. Martha Allaln, Austin, Texas. Tm Adams Express Coupamt. We are daily placed under obligations to this excel lent company for Eastern papers in advance of tbe mail. Such favors are always appre ciated. Another Improvumrnt Compl'btkd. The cars were placed upon the Pendleton and Fifth-street Market-space Street Railway, yesterday, and will hereafter run regularly over the entire route. DlSCHAROED AND REARRESTED. John W. flnrkA Vfln hpfnrA tlto Pnlloa P.n4 Aala. . . ..... ., vuui . ; lji.i. i- day, accused of horse-stealing, and dis- uuaicu iur wun. oi evtuence. in ine aiier noon he was rearrested on the same charge and confined in the Hammond-streetStation- Vioiian. tn avslt nnnthor eraminolinn nrhint. will probably take place before Judge Lowe W11U1U IS UOT UI 1SV. Proceedings or thb Cocnty Comhis sioners. At their regular diurnal session yesterday morning, the County Com mi s missioners passed orders amounting in the aggregate to $1,141 54, of which $1,130 04 were paid to Huston, Carleton k Co., for stone-work on the new jail, and $11 60 to C. F. Bloebaum for nlastorintr in the Court-house. No other business whatever was transacted. Escape or a Prisoner A Foot-pad Sum Away from a Deputy-Sheriff. Charles Mad dox and Jas. Louden were yesterday taken before the Grand Jury, by whom true bills were found against them for grand larceny and highway robbery. While on their way back to the County Jail, in charge of Deputy Sheriff Peterman, Maddox slipped the iron from his hand, and the parties ran in differ ent directions. The officer could follow but one, and consequently the other escaped. After a long chase, Louden was rearrested; but Maddox, who having lost a finger, was thus enabled to rid himself of his irons, has not since been seen. Another Murderous Assault A Ifan't Skull Severed with a Knfe. A difficulty occurred night before last on Vine-street Hill, near Mulberry-street, between a couple of neighbors, named Henry Rosener and Frark Mark, during which the latter was very severely injured. Rosener. we believe. invaded the house of his opponent armed wim an immense Knite, which be drove through his adversary's skull, inflicting a wound, from which it is thought he can not recover. He was subsequently arrested by officers Henry Bear and Hermen Meyers, and yesterday morning committed, in default of $1,000 bail, for examination next Monday, on the charge of an assault with intent to kill. ' Singular and Complicated ArrAiR At tempt to Sell Free Negroei.Tha Memphis Bulletin, of a late date, has the following sin gular case of attempted kidnapping. As the parties all belong in this neighborhood, it may not prove uninteresting. The Bulletin says: ''James Franklin some time since married at Cincinnati a free woman of color, belong ing to Covington, Ky., and, leaving her there, embarked on a steamer for New Orleans, last Thursday week, accompanied by a free man of color named Harmon Proctor, who passed as his servant, and A. W. Thomson, also a free man of color. On leaving Cin cinnati, he told his wife that he did so with a view to the purchase of a stock of goods preparatory to opening business there on his return. They landed at Vicksburg with a view to stopping there a day, but Thomson being told that he would be arrested and im prisoned if he remained, they left on the Edward J. Oay and landed here yesterday. Becoming dissatisfied with his supposed servant, Franklin, who all this time pre tended to be blind, placed Proctor in a sale yard on Adams-street, where, on attempting to trade him to a gentleman, the negro con fessed to his being free, and in substantia tion produced his papers, which, at his re quest, the purchaser handed to Franklin, who thereupon chewed and swallowed them. He then turned to Thompson, and claimed him also as his slave, whereupon the latter produced his papers, and stated that he was traveling with Franklin to take care of him, supplied him with money, aud paid his ex penses. Tbe negroes were then taken back in tbe yard and severely whipped, as they deserved, and with their white companion were afterward lodged in jail." Turf Matters in Cincinnati Fall Meet ing at the Trotting-park.Wa have been in formed that arrangements have been com pleted for a regular Fall Meeting at the Cin cinnati Trotting Park, which will be under the control of John L. Cassady and Thomas J. Stephens. The managers have done their duty as will be seen oy glancing at the following list of purses in the liberal inducements they offer to owners of horses, and we feel assured they will use every endeavor to ren der the meeting as attractive as possible. The trotting will commence on the second Tuesday of October, aud continue five days, as follow 8: Tuesday, October b. Purse, $250: mile heats, three in five, to harness; free for all horses that have never beaten 2.33. Wedneeday October 9. Purse, $30 mile heats, three in five, to harness; free for all horses. J'hurtday, October 10. Purse, $300; two mile heats, to harness; free for all horses that have never beaten 2.35. Friday, October 11 Purse, $200; mile heats three in five, to wagons; free for all horses that have never trotted for money. Same day Pacing; purse, $200; mile heats, best three in five; hee to all horses, go as they please. . Saturday, , October 12 Purse. $400; two mile heats, to harness; free to all trotters. For the above purses, all horses are ex eluded that have trottod in 2:28, except "Jack Rossiter;" but, in ordur to accommodate the horses, a purse of $2,000 is offered $1,500 to the first, and $500 to the second free to all horses; ''Kilian Allen," "George M. Patcheu" and "Flora Temple" to be entered, to make the race they are to go to harness, and all other hones to go as they please. In order to secure the attendance of the celebrities, Mr. Caaaadr leaves next week for the East. and he anticipates but little difficulty In the acconipiisnnieui oi uis muuuoa. In addition, the proprietors will offer good purses to a double-team and stallion trot, and fioia tl' well-knowa liberality which has always characterized the senior manager in similar undertakings, we (eel confident the , furthcoming meeting will be oue of (he most brilliant ever held ia the West, - Eighth Annual Exhibition of the United States Agricultural Society—Second Day. Appearance of the Ground Yesterday—The Crowd, and who Compose it—More Entries of Stock—Mechanical and Other Departments of Stock—Mechanical and Other Departments —List of Premiums. The Fair Grounds presented a tut better appearance yesterday than on the day pre vious. Many of the unfinished departments had been completed during Wednntdny night, and much of the machinery, which, on the first day, was not in running order, was properly adjusted and attached to the power. ' THE CROWD. From the time the gate was opened in the morning, the sentinels were kept busy in taking tickets. Every train that arrived on the gronnd was compactly crowded, and as these came semi-hourly, the addition from this source alone was very great; besides these, a great many came in omnibuses and private conveyances, and by the middle of the afternoon 10,000 people were on the ground an immense mass in itself, but in this instance only a forerunner of the dense crowd that is coming, and which must reach 50,000 by Tuesday next. As is necessarily the case, it was of a very miscellaneous character. The great mass, however, is composed of farmers, grazers and mechanics, who are either ex hibitors themselves, or have come to witness the stock, the machinery, 4c, which others have entered. These men are easily known. Tbeir carriage and demeanor indicate how deeply they are interested in the success of agriculture and the mechanic arts in this county, and which are ably represented on the ground. They are courteous, when spoken to, and molest none who appear to be engaged. They are really the sinew of me country a class ot men who, year by year, assume a greater importance in society, and who are destined to receive tha nition thev deserve. Newspaper men form another conspicuous class, aud aside from the badge to which they are entitled, they may be known by their peering curkmity, their bundle of paper and pencil, which are always held ready for use. From appearances, nearly every paper in the United States will be represented by about ten persons. The ladies are beginning to enliven the monotony. Few of them were on the ground on Wednesday, but yesterday they made their appearance in large numbers, which will be greatly augmented in a day or two. Sporting men are found plentv, anxious to stake upon the awards of premiums, 4c. As yet, their bets have been mostly among themselves sham, of course and designed to draw in the credulous: but in this, we think, they will hardly succeed. From all we can learn, pick-pockets are numerous, and have several times attempted to abstract money from the pockets of wealthy farmers, but as yet, we believe, without success. ENTRIES. The entries of stock, yesterday, were not large, but embrace nothing which could be deemed other than of the first qualitv. The .1 L 1 .f I . 1 I 1 uiemaY ui uurers m me snow-ring wasgranu, and the competition animated. No less than twelve aged stallions were in the ring at one time, and the interest of both the owners and spectators was excited to the highest pitch; the first premium was fionlly awarded to the "American Boy," an animal in every way worthy. The entries of younger stal lions of the same class, were mueh mora meager, and no colts were taken into the ring. The mechanical department presented a marked improvement yesterday. A large amount of machinery was put in running order, and the power-hall was constantly crowded with visitors, and numerous were the encomiums pronounced upon the me chanics of Cincinnati, who are largely rep resented there. SEWING MACHINES. K. Vogel, of Boston, has on exhibition in Domestic Hall, near the west end, a novel sewing machine of a recent patent, This machine is not confined to a single kind of Btitch, but is capable of adaptations by which it will work six different kind of stitches, several of which are entirely new, and will doubtless be much used when it is found how easily they can be made. These are the plain lock-stitch, and five different embroidery Btitches, among which are a worked edge for coats and vests, making a finish in tbe place of cording or binding. This stitch also works button-boles of all kinds, a thing which we believe no other machine has yet accom plished. The other four embroidery stitches may be used for. embroidering dresses, col lars, curtains, and the numerous other arti cles which need not be enumerated to women. The owner claims for this machine that it will do common work equal to the best machines, and other kinds of work that no other machine can do. The prices are from $50 to $125. A COW-MILKER. need not smile at this, unless he smiles in gratification at the relief which it will bring to his wife and daughters, sup posing that there are yet in tbe rural dis tricts wives and daughters in such a state of innocent usefulness as to milk the cows. Tbe thing has been done by a machine. But a few days ago we saw in the agricultural department of a New York paper an account of the milking of a larcre number of cows bv one of these machines, to the entire satisfac tion or the cows and or several spectators. The milker consists of a milk-paiL a pump to make the suction, and four metallic teat ctips, which fit any cow. without 'change. Tbe movement of the pump produces the remitting suction which is sjeauired. It is said to work rapid, and the cows like it, and sureiy me cows ougm to Know, ine ma chine is exhibited in Domestic- Hall, by Kersham 4 Colvin, of Philadelphia. 1 The retail price is $10. ALDERNEY CATTLE. Mr. J. Howard McHenry, of Maryland, en tered a herd of Alderney Cattle, the only ones on the ground, and as almost all classes were embraced in it, the premiums he re ceived amounted to a handsome sum, as will be seen below. They were all, with one ex ception, nearly of a fawn color, and were really entitled to be classed as first-rate. BANE SAFES, &C. One of the most attractive articles which we noticed in our visit to the United States Fair, yesterday, was the splendid bank safe, exhibited by the well-known manufacturers, Hall, Carroll 4 Co., of this city. It stands near the east end of Domestic Hall, and is constantly surrounded by a crowd, most of them attracted bp the beautiful paintings with which it is decorated, and which are in themselves Cue specimens of the decora tive art. But to the merchant, who desires a place of deposit for his valuables, secure from the dangers of fire or robbers, or to the artificer, who admires mechanical ingenuity and workman-like execution, it has points of deeper interest. It seems to be in every respect what its name implies, a eafe equally efficient agaiust the hottest fire, or the most persevering burglar. In the first place the lining, instead of being wood, as is usually tbe case, is made of boiler-plate like the outer case, thus giving a double thickness of iron, and the filling is a material which becomes as bard as the hardest lime-rock, making it almost impos sible to cnt it through under any circum stances. This filling, moreover, always re mains dry, thus preventing the dampness and tendencv to mould, which has frequently 4icen an objection to fire-proof safes. But the chief interest is in the lock, or rather locks, by which the doors are secured. Across the outer door extends a bar of iron sunk into the surface of the door itself, and fastened by a combination lock, which would, be considered sufficiently safe for any or dinary monesy-box. But this is only the be ginning. Underneath this bar lies concealed the key-hole of one of the famous Euglisa Brama locks, securing a pair of doors about three Inches in thickness, mode of solid steel plates. These beini opened, disclose. not the interior of the safe, but another pair j of doors of equal strength, so deeply set within the walls of the safe as to preclude I any attempt to Dry them off or burst them open, and fastened by one of Hall's Patent Tumbler-lock. . Uoat persons would think this would be secure enough for auv pur Kfo, but such Is not the ojuuiou of ltec.rs. Hall k Carroll, On .opening these second doors, we ind, deep wltO the inmost recess of the ranlf, a little channel designed to re ceive the very reoious thib? of the owner, and defended by another paU of steel-plate doors, secured by the latest triumph of rmrhanisra in this line. Hall's Im'nrovemcnt on the famous Pond-Iork. What will be thought of a lock poeitivfiTy without key or keyhole, having no coiu- : . : : u ,. ... .. t uiuiuni!iiii wii.li mo uurcnuo ui tue uour, ana operated by an ordinary knob and a simple wrench, capable of some 10,000,000 combina tions; the bolts being shot to either one of which, it can only be opened by the one who closed it, or according to his directions. Tbe very maker of the lock, even with the key j or rather wrench, in his possession; having no more chance of opening it when locked by another person, than the merest stranger. Yet such a lock may be seen in operation on this safe, and the gentleman In charge of it is always ready to show and ex plain its operation to any who desire. We would strongly recommend every person visiting tbe Fair, who has any taste for mechanical ingenuity, to examine this curi ous lock. WHITE'S PATENT THIEF-DETECTING MONEYDRAWER. We fear that we may Injure tbe prospects and fine sensibilities of the light-fingered Sentry by describing this apparatus, which eliberately proposes to interfere with their profession. This is a money-drawer with a combination lock and an alarm. The drawer locks and adjusts itself, as it shuts, and then no one but the person that locked it can open it without strikingthe alarm not even the patentee himself. The exhibitor shuts it before your eyes, and bids you unlock it if you can. Ysu mnke the attempt and the alarm rings, and you may continue to work at it with the same result, but you can not open the drawer. The owner opens it in an instant, before your eyes, but still you can not do it without instructions. It requires no winding up; is conveniently arranged with sliding half-globe cups for change, and to a retailer would seem to be a much greater safe-guard than his iron safe. The thief-detecting money-drawer is ex hibited in Domestic lla.ll, by Mr. A.O. Miles, the General Agent, of Nashua, N. Hn of whom rights can be had. PIANOS, &C. Britting Brother, the well-known mu sical instrument dealers, on Fifth-street, have a fine show of pianos and melodeons in Domestic Hall. Among them we noticed two very pretty six-octave melodeons, and and a couple of square, grand pianos, one of Cincinnati manufacture, and the other made by Stech 4 Grupe, of New York;" the latter is one of the finest-toned instruments we evefc heard, and attracted deserved at tention. They have also on exhibition some piano-cases, showing their internal con struction, and a case of keys, pedals, 4c., which are fine specimens of workmanship, SUGAR EVAPORATOR. Co., Hillsboro, Illinois, have on exhibition one of their sugar evaporators, for making sorghum and maple sugar, which we shall notice more at length at another time. LIST OF PREMIUMS. The following is the list of premiums awarded yesterday: NATIVE ALDERNEY BULLS. Beet Bull, three years old and upward, batons entry. Reward, owned by J. ifoward, Mrllenry.of Maryland. Ave years old, sired by imported Commodore, dam imported lTaith.. $10000 Between two and three years old, one entry, Hector, by the earns owner, aired by Ito werd, dam Peace..........?.. so ot Between one and two years old, one entry, Figaro, nearly white, by same owner 23 00 Oalves, two entries by same owner, one of which was awarded a first premium, ....... l 00 IMPORTED ALDERNEY COWS AND HEIFERS. Best Cow. three years old and upward, one entry, Faith, by J. Howard McHenry, of Maryland, seven I ears old, hruuuht from the Isle of Jersey H (7ft 00 NATIVE ALDERNEY COWS AND HEIFERS. Best cow, botween two and throe yearn old, one entry, by Jas. Howard Mctlonry, of Mary land, Tearl, sired by Commodore $ 00 Best cow between one and two years old, ono entry, by the same party S 00 Best cow under una year old, uue entry, by nme . io 00 The judges of the Alderney stock were J. T. Worthington, Ohio; j. Audrow, Connecticut: J. MrGowan, Pennsylvania. Imported cattle are those dropped without the limits of the Initod States, native cattle are thoaa dropped within the limits of the United States. Discretionary premiums will lie awarded to morl torious imported animals, of breeds not ahovo en umerated. Portraits of all prize animals will be inserted in the JournalcJ Agriculture, if the owners will furnish the ongraved cuts ready for printing. HEAVY DRAFT STALLIONS. Draft stsllions over four years old, three en tries, first premium awarded to Duke of Bour lun, a bright bay, six years old, sired by Duke of Harrison, the property of liiggius II Bradford, Boone County, Kentucky. 100 00 Second premium awarded to Triumph, a large hlai k, sired by imported Nir Charles, dam by Kentucky Whip, the property of J. T. Jfoote, Ehq , of Cinclnnali............... 40 00 Between three and four years old.but one entry, premium awarded to Moro, an iron gruy, . sired by Imported Clyde, the property oi John Kspy, lirowu County, Ohio. 76 00 Colt under one year old, one entry, premium awarded to Vouug Champion, sired by Champion, dam Kvlipse. the property of James Sauipsou, Pleasant Ridge, Hamilton County, Ohio.. ........,... i:, 00 HEAVY DRAFT MARES. Overtwo years old, twa entries, first premium awarded to Cadmus, seven years old, sired by Cadiuua, dam Bertram, a dark chestnut, the property ol S. A. Butterleld, of this oounty ...( 00 Second premium, awarded to Fanny Arm strong, eight years old, imported from boot land six years ago, by D. Tnatchor. 23 00 Between two and three years old, one entry, " premium awarded to May Queen, bay, sired by Quicksilver, dam Cadmus, property of S. A. Butterfleld, of this county M 20 00 Between one and two years old, oue entry, pre mium awarded to Funny, a dun, sired by Bell Founder, dam Sir William, the property of P. Conner, of Boone County, Ky l 00 Under one year old, one entry, Kate Clyde, duik iron-gray, sired by Kit ('mson, dam Fanny Armstrong, owned by D. Thatcher, of Campbell Ceuuty, Ky .. ...,.....,. s 00 STALLIONS FOR ALL WORK. Four years old and upward, twelve entries First premium awarded todttpple-brown stal lion American Boy, eight years old, out of Bertram, owned by Jas. Nichols, Cynthlaua, Ky.,... (ioo 00 Brown horse, Ben Franklin, by imported Ool ony,out ot a Frank mare, owned by A.J. Vt, Boone County, Ky., second premium.... 40 00 Between three and four, eight entries First Stvmium to Bkhard III, by Black Hawk, ark bay, dam by St. Charles, owned by Uoo. Orr, Clinton County, Ky 7J 00 Beoond premium awarded to Victor, bright bay, by Victor, owned by J. M. Bootman, ButleaCounty, Ohio .. go 0 Between two and three, three entries First premium to Perfection, by Perfection, by AmerH-an Boy, out of Black Hawk mare, owned by Z. Brown, Butler County, Ohio 50 Oil Second premium to Belmont, blooa-bav, by Perfection, dam by Belmont, owned by M. Village, of Butler County, Ohio 20 00 Between one and two, two entries First pre--. niium to Vouug America, by American Boy, dam by John Kirhards, owned by F. A. Bal- ser, Carthage, Oiiio........ go 00 Second premium to Horace Criindon, black colt, by Old black Cauiden.daiu Highland Messen ger, owned by I. W. 't'houuons, Campbell County, Ky........ ......................., 10 00 The "Horse of All Work," or of "General Utlli ty," is described aa between fifteen and sixteen hands; quick, lively ears, broad between the eyes; round barrel; short loius; Well np in the ahouliler; deepohusted; square quarters; fiat legs; short between auee auu pasieiu, ana noca ana pastern; speed equal to eight miles an hour on tha road, and at least three luihis at the plow.J Awarding Committee L. Bytngtnn, Iowa; A. Jennings, Ohio; J. N. hhawhau, Indiana. 4 Anniversary Celebration or thb Good Fellows. The Ancient Order of Good Fel lows held their anniversary celebration yes terday, at Flattich's Garden, on Viue-stntet Hill. The procession formed at nine o'clock, on Main-street and Abigail, marched to the Landing, where they were joined by mem bers of the Order from .Newport and Cov ington, and then proceeded through the principal streets of the city to tbe Garden, where orations were delivered by Rev. Mr. Kroehl and W. G. Crippen. The day was beautiful and the exercises agreeable. Arrest or as Alleoeo House-thief. A. man named John H. May was arraigned be fore Judge Lowe, yesterday morning, and committed to await an examination, which will take place next Monday, upon a charge of horse-alealiug. He offered an excellent animal, worth at least $100 under the ham mer, tor $40, at one of tbe sales-stables on Fiftn-street, and this tact aroused the suspi cion which led to his arrest. Ft'BSITPBS AND BAB-riXTCBES AT A POTION. Cooper 4 Stokes sell this morning, at nine o'clock, at their auction-room, No. 1 East Fourth-street, lot of furniture, fine bar and fixtures. Also, three large mirrors ia gilt trames, and agood W heeler Wilson sewing machine In good order. Gas Fixtures. Attention is directed to the advertisement of McHeory a, Carson ie uo thw column, i . ' . ..J 'l ' I- . AMUSEMENTS. Pike's Ofeba-btopv The audience at ths Onera-houM last night Wat larga, and tha par fjrmaare agreaahW. The rrofrtmm to-night cob. Ists of The HumHback and a Loo tf a Lam. ' Nationai Theater. Maggfc' Hi tchell had an MrelteM audience last Bight, wlrfcH sir pf eased. Tills evening has been set apart for her benefit, hen she will appear In The French Sen and a romeaty n IUIhI DrA, Somers; or, TheBvrTe Wan, ' LAW REPORT. COMMON PLEAS. Indictments Retortbo. The Grand Jury reported sixly-slx indictments in No Soft his Court yesterday, before Judge Colli,,,, The names of the parties aroused are aa follows: v James McClellan, nmrd.-r (n the aerond desr: John MrKlvoy, do.; Jacob Hhroeder, malrtoue etah- do; James Ludlow, malicious shooting; William .fr lelinfl, dn.;.lolin Keardon, assault with intent to Kill;John Parkinson, do.: Jacob I'uthnit and Bonje, niln Heigman, burglary: James Oahriel, do.: J,hn Cameron, do.; hylvester Oaffnev. do ; Leander Davey, destroying property; Alfred Palmer, do.; Joseph Kedor, grand laieenv; B. (lurney, do.; Andrew Wlnglebark, do.j Joseph Hodman, d,i.; A. Packer, do.; Sarah Johnson (two indictment), do.; Ca.ner Seisinger, do ; Jack McDonald, alias William Taylor, do ; David Vailan, do.;Oharles Madd x, do.; James Lsiudeii and William Boland, do.; William Lewis, do.: F. Hathaway and John Wright, do ; John Snljlvan, stealing a gelding; Ferdinand King, perjury; Adam Straus, petit larceny, itwo in dictments); Piter Kifte, ditto; Sarah Johnson, ditto; Barah Shaw, ditto; l.awrenee Wels, ditto; Cbas. Maddox, rnhliary; James Louden and Wm. Boland (two indh tnients.. robbery; John Knllen, " lf erfelt, and V, m. Holmes, nulsanee; Martin and P. Hennesy, Win. Lilly, Sum. Nathans, John and George Willis, Chaa. Miller (two In li trnents , John Hhkey, John Patterson. Oeorge Todhnntar, John C'eonv. and A. Palmer, (two indictments), as sault and battery. A b.y named John Baker, eleven years of age, charged before the Grand Jury with grand ls,rorny, was reported by them as a person suitable to bo committed to the guardianship of the Directors of the House of Kefuge, but they declined to find a bill of indictment in the case. KlPNSr.iNo. Michael Weaver and Wm. ftowart, charged with kidnapping Onirics Wagoner, a ne gro, wero ordered to be discharged on suggestion of the prosecuting Attorney, Wagoner not having pre sented himself beforo the Uraud Jury to pi-oseeute. fcKoexn tli ti.TV. V. Most, a yuuug man alpout twenty years of nge, sia convicted of an assault with Intent to commit a rape on Kmma Kroner, a child aged fonr years. List or Appointments dy the Methodibt Epibcopal Confkrence. The Methodist Episcopal Conference has recently made the following appointments in the two Cincin nati Districts: Fait Cincinnati District. Wm. Young, P. E. Wesley Chapel John T. Mitchell. Trinity To be supplied. Asbttry Samuel L. Yotirtee. Mt. Aubnrn Wm. B. Molcr. Union Chapel G. C. Robinson. Walnut Hills Wm. E. Hiues. Collins Chapel T. J. Harris. New-street To be supplied. Ladies' Home Mission. Enst Pearl-street, Mears Chapel Thos. S. Collett. McKendree Chapel T. A. G. Phillips. Milford John F. Wright. Loveland N. Callenden one to be sun plied. 1 Goshen J. C. Bontecou. Mainsville E. D. Roe, J. Kendall. Miami D. Kemper, E. McHugh. ' ' Madisonville J. M. Gatch, J. T. Ball. Bethel S. D. Clayton, member of Wesley Chapel Quarterly Conference. Robert Allyn, President of W. F. College, member Wesley Chapel Quarterly Confer ence. West Cincinnati District. -M. Marlov, P. E. Morris Chapel Granville Moody. ". Christie Chapel Wm. I. Fee: Park-street Wm. L. Hypes. Finley Chapel E. G. West. York-street John M. Walden. Raper D. J. Starr. Ladies' Home Mission, Carr-strect and Clark-street M.Dustin. Locklnnd M. Smith. Port Union L. White and H. M. Keck. North Bend M. Bitlerand G. W. Fee. Harrison Oeorge Parrott. Cumminsville Wm. F. Hartley. Venice J. P. Waterhouse, E. P. James. Oxford J. M.Leavitt. Hamilton A. Lowrey. Monroe Wm. Fitzgerald. Bethany G. H. Kennedy, M. J. Cramer. Henry Baker. Agent American Bible So ciety, and member Christie Chapel Quarterly Conference. Sheriff's Sales or Real Estate. The regular weekly sale of real estate, held yes terday morning, in the rotunda of the Court house, was largely attended, and the bidding was quite spirited. Often pieces of prop erty that were offered, five were sold, as fol , . iuwb: Lot on the north side of Eighth-Btreet, east of the Miami Canal, being 30 feet front by 75 feet deep. Valued at $50, and sold to Charles Atwood for $34 per front foot. Also, part of lot No. 5 In Barr, Graham and Lewis's subdivision of section 13, town ship 3, and fractional range 2, in the Miami Purchase, now in Cincinnati, being 100 feet front on Ohio-avenue, and 478 !feet deep. Valued at $5,000 for the ground and im provement. Sold to Asa Whitehead for $4,300. Also, lot on Kemper-lane, being 60 feet front, and running back 41S feet to Hath-away's-lane. Valued at $23, and sold to John Scott at $18 67 per front foot. Also, strip of ground 15 feet wide off the east side of lot I.o. 100, and the whole of lot No. 101, on the north side of Richmond street, near Freeman, bein i 35 feet front and 103 deep. Valued at $8, 725 for lease and im provements. Sold to Charles Brown for $5,817. Also, lot No. 106, fronting 68 feet on the Hamilton-turnpike, and 141 feet on Hoffner street being triangular in shape. Valued at $10 per foot on the Hamilton-road, and sold to Andrew M. Strong for $6 67. Another Celestial Phenomenon Venue Visible at Noon-day, One-half tbe in habitants of the city became star-gazers at noon yesterday; for at every corner crowds were to be seen with eyes eagerly directed upward and westward, some witnessing, and others vainly endeavoring to. see, the jdanet Venus, which was bright enough, notwith standing tbe light of the sua, to be visible to the naked eye. The sky was very clear and violet-hued throughout its whole expanse, with the ex ception of a few fleecy, white clouds that here and there dotted the blue, and looked like distant sails upon a summer sea. The planet had passed the meridian, annarentlv. about thirty degrees, and a little south of west, nearly mid-way between the horizon ana tue zenitn, ana lookea uyoa tbe crazy earth like an all-seeing eve. She seemed modest throuch the tuhprial veil, behind which she endeavored to hide her shining face, but also eladof the corainar opportunity to lead the weary Evening to the couch of Night. She was visible several hours, and was sees by hundreds of persons, who will remember long the singular light tuai snoweu mem the planet at noon-auy Patterson has just received a large assort ment of very tine meerschaum pipes aid cigar-holders, amber cigar-holders, premium ana wntcKsei stems, t ooacco Dags ana boxes, briar nines, unextiniruuibabla matches. smoking tobacco, fce. J. A. Patterson, llfl Main-slrees, between t hird and Fourth, ana 102 West Fourth-street, between Vine aiul Race. New Rbadinb. The London Illustrated News, a splendid number, having a fine il luminated view of Niagara; togotuor with Wilkes'sSpirit, the New York Clipper, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, aud Utiriicr's Weekly for this week, can be had ot U. N. Lewis, No. 28 West Sixth-street, Uo has all the late novels ana magazines, . Latut fom Japan. Have yon tried the new teas from Japan? Calk at Pendcrr A Co. 'a, north-vest corner of Fifth and Wal- ut-etreets. and get samples, which will be furnished free of charge. We call attention to Messrs. Hunter, Ed meston Co.'s card in another column. Fob a fioe arliatir picture, (o lo A, 8, Bloom' Gallery, 14. West Filth-street.;, See advertisement of F. W. Eauch, tuus'"e dealer, lis Want KftlrttoMt. . . LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. The Prince of Wales. ' P W Hant.mk 19 KTaam TLA - , " 1 ' . ., ... II I w . Lt . . II I I! Prima of Wtl -s and the Royal party left this morning ty a special train via the Great Western Railway for Port Sarnia, where they arrived at eleven o'clock. They return at 3 o clock this afternoon, when the Prince holds a levee, and attends a ball In the even ing The weather is very fine and the town is filled with people. The fire companies, With their tnonMnoa fVnnt .11 U ' ' ' . " vu snrronno- x ng towns are here, having a grand tnnrna ment this morning. There are no Oranire dm lonstrations. Tt-nCf Clock P. M.Th Roval party ar rived from Sarnia at half-past three this aftrrno on, an interesting ceremony with the Indians having detained them longer than ' was antii 'ipatca. un dobm the train were a number .of the Canadian Ministry, Mr. lt..jAa .Manno-ino r)trrts, nf tv.A tl . 1 J "S e---o . . , . ,. . ... . . ... vsicHd Western Rilway( and the London City Council. Thv? Jndians gave tbe Prince their farewell whoop, . A great conroiirse of peo- " pie assembled to greet the Prince on bis1 return here. He went directly tm tb levee, and is at the ball this evening. To-morrow morning he leaves; for Niagara mo-Brairtrordv Fort Erie and Chippewal arriving at thw Clifton House at seven o'clock Friday night, where there is to be a grand disfaivy of fire works. Political News. Platw bcro, N. Y., Septesaber H It ; estimated that there were from 12,000 to 15,000 people at the Republican mass meet-- -ing here to-dny, The procession was two miles long. There will be a grand torch light procession to-night. The meeting was addressed by H. B. Stanton, L. E. Chitten den, and others. Philadelphia, September 13. Hon. Henry M. Fuller, Chairman of the Union State Executive Committee, has called a meeting of the Committee, at Harrisburg, on the 27th inst for the purpose of complet ing the Electoral Ticket, and selecting a vnisiiuniv iui uuvrruur. ,vr,,T. V IT 1 t- ns.. . unuvn.., ... m.a., HlIHUl L , qq Democratic State Convention met here to- J .. T 1 1 , . uuy. oirung uougias resolutions were passed, after which the following ticket was nominated: For Electors, Henry P. Ralf, of Concord; G. W. Stevens, of Laconiiy Thos. W. Gilmore, of Newport; John G. Sinclair, of Bethlehem, and Wm. C. Clark. From New Orleans. New Orleans, September 13. The cotton market is dull, with sales of 2.000 bales at 10J10Jc. for middling qualities. Flour closed buoyant at $6 25. Corn is quiet at 75c. for yellow. Sugar is steady at 8Jf !tVc. There was nothing done in Molasses. Mess Pork is steady at $22. Lard, in brls .-. 15c. The San Antonio Herald of the 7th inst. ' says that Capt. SturgiB's command fought a lnrge body of Camanches, Kiowas and Chey ennes, sixty miles from Fort Kearney, kill ing twenty-nine. 1 be American loss was trifling. Fire in New York. New York, September 13. This morning, about three o'clock, a fire broke out in the St. Joseph Catholic Orphan Asylum, on the corner of Eighty-ninth-etreet and Avenue A. The fire was very quickly put out, but during tbe alarm the children occupying . rooms in the nnner stories, about inn in number, became frightened, and rushed out of their rooms into the hall. One of them, named Fitz Dair, precipitated himself over the banisters to the lower floor, a distance of about forty feet, and died in about aa hour afterward. Political News. Boston, September 13. The Breckinridge Stale Convention, yesterday, nominated clean State aud Electoral Ticket, including Benjamin Butler, of Lowell, for Governor. New Haven, Conn., September 13. The Breckinridge State Convention, yesterday, nominated a clean Electoral Ticket; but passed resolutions favoring fusion, and ap pointed a committee to fill vacancies. From Pike's Peak. St. Jobeph, September 13. The Express from tbe Peak arrived last night with $17, 833 in dust, and a full load of passengers. There is no news from the mines or of any other character worthy of notice. From New York. New York. September 13. Tha now $250,000 Croton Water-loan was awarded to-day, within the range of 102 25-100 to 103 oi-iuu per cent. Steamer Aurora Sunk. Memphis, September 13. The steamer Aurora was snagged and sunk on Tuesday. at Osceola, Ark. She will probably bo rniBvu. River News. PirrsBURO, September 13 M. River five feet six inches and falling. Weather clear and cold. New York Stock Market. New York, September 13. Stocks steady. - niuin.Kiiuiiim m.n, nurn ia Wisn-WSj; mn,n,viia iKaxn, :n, ijacvtwse ami nuvrauau Land Grants, 24H; flarlem, First Mortgage, tw; New York Central, 87 V, Krie Railroad, Assented. 8a: Harlem Preferred Hixes, 4H; Illinois Central Script se's; Cleveland and Pittslmrg, 1'4; Galena andOut cegn, 7H; Cleveland aad Toledo, i ; Chicago. : Burlington and Oirincv , tS; Michigan Central, 71 's ; Michigan Southern and Hock Island, XS, Uiub igaa BoutliernGuarauteii, 47. - COVINGTON NEWS. Thi I'm io W Barb eco One of th Urg est . ii iuu utteiixn aiiriDg tue prase ru mp&:gn wm tha Union Harbemie, held on tha old fair KrouodH, near Xntittpaad&oa, yealerdav. mIwimmi four and five thou ami awrsiona were praamtt, and, wero 4(.drex6ii by lion. John J. Crittenden., J. M. CVUlii, Kb)., m Graut County, and W. B. Ran kin, I nion caudidate 6r Klitctur in the Tenth Dis trict. Anintaln, roaMed whole, vera ervad tin in. real Kentucky libu ityle, and tha ladies from the country opened tlwir baaki't tJ the public,, dividiug a pound among all pieseut. The affair wa quitu a pleasant uue. Ci&cuit Cocbt. The only bueutaes trans acted yesterday was by tha Urand Jury, who in dicted tbe foUowibff per-tone for different cat: En, Hnukiut.. A. Mutitu, and Jajutw WUsod far felony; W. J. Hcntt and K. B. HhitTnrd, prnnd lar cenv ; James 11 all, pelt It larceny, aud, IK U,. jffi.fi'.i, maliciuiu nhuotiutf. Abrkstkd.--R. S. AberoMhy, ft young man of guod ianiily.wai arrmteiL yeitardy lur at tempting to piia ttmiitoi tt it money tve tsu-dulutr uotoa the Hh uk of bo nth Carolina, were found in bin noaat-ntttijiv- C1 i. t i. ksft 1 1 ptuleb. j cucck ior hfjw wu& uroien yea terdtiy, from the ii.vate drawer of W. li. BteTen, ' I'lurlr nf rirsnni f-.iurl PUnu...t vatsasi trf.aaua.iai aas tbe check bclt.ru it bad been drawn. iUuctows Shooting. We iodrs4ftnd ibak iiuriet. aeoiiaru lias tiiitreu mj wnwsw . Lhihuu for main iout sbtHiimx. in 'he r jlii.OMr. TM aae or urrt-d aonte three month ago at the MiidUon Uoasa. RfHiftNKD. Mujor Goodson resigned ai , Prtsidiut of City Council, at their aessiou yestec- NEWPORT NEWS. Ax iMrROTMiST SuuGxaTFD. We tUIiik , i.(..ir otiuht to be done on the Cincinnati Hida l tit ' la ti din k tor i 1m lienttMtof psjdetriaiMS .riming to and fro. It u a er diMkri.eaU m:it -r to wade through uut or mud aud we thiuk Air. w or vuuie one else, should have a hoard walk put down siuiilar to tin. una cunAirueteti a "our' side uf the tivts SoiuetUiufl ought to he dwiS. and thai, Um btatwe culd auatLer bt-ivia. , , EECAfao, S. S. Wood, the soldier arrested; k in our oily a tvw day a" cbarued with fraud lar-.. ctuy iu ISww York, aa4c his emuuo at CU-vWad vs Tita..juv iiaj.t. ii..ui i Li.if ut Putice Ytu.i-i.ur. ll JRinaarder, alio had hfm iu chartea. Tha aupe Liurrcd after iwn hin tiw i..4.J oejaii.. u - May ob Haw un a' s Coubt. "Wm. Girtjand Chaf. Lets a were yeeterduf discharged from cas it'dy. npuu ps.tueut of custa. These youag men OI V maavva aum as a vu vj bu7 esu saas) wusssr1 at i it I sorfi on ft&IlirdMV Lidt. TtkrtMi Vauritil avi.iii.-n. di.iiru Li. hmiiu. Urll Biaudun aud Bate CI if ftird, ware lielore nis Uuuor jr a attuday. ThA latter two were discharged upon promiae tu and tha fcruier rauiauatd to jail. ve the vUr A BOMNOLBMT J TJBYMAX. Jn TuYStlftJ IUI. t, 1 ..;..V... U. V..A Alt a ? BJ IUO UMUIUUI ( X CUU. J taa vv wa, tlie juror ia tha box, U ou of 1b Com uouwealth appeal ohmb. on trial in Uin OAimrv full oJ,.Un fntillUttd hifl ILlkTK not only duriiiff tha JuAg uUia Wt Haul the Yerdict h4 be rendered, fending for tbe plaintiff 7,304 W3. Uil luoiWt wet 4 ultimately broken in upon by one of k ft U an wereitaAUig Uie iWk. .