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"FOUND," Ac., In this column, occupying live Una
or less, twolnsertious, twenty-live cents.
WANTED GIRL A Heady girl to do
general homework. Apply at onca at thii
Offloe. , au25-b
.1ANTED BOY An aotlve toy whs
understands parkins spice. Apply to P!N.
OS Y A CO., north-s eat corner Fifth and walnut.
streets. ,. anM-it
auy kind of business, hv a vonnv mjtH.vhn I.
Mt, iuttllivtut and capable. Address A. u
ii.Tresa office, auii-b
VV"ANTED-GIRL A girl to go a abort
, i"muuB imo i no oeuntry. to no general
houiflwopk in t inmil family. Ap1y at thnPeacU
Depot, bo l Wwt Fourth-retreat. . OAKEN.
in tvmttb's Commercial College. For farther
parttcnlsrs, address si ., at Pr m office. aiia-b
WA11TED flITUATION As porter in a
store, carriage trlmm ng or finishing. Beit
of city reference glvou: Address D. J., at this office.
. an?-d'l
able fernale, a situation in store, either In a
ladles' Ihoo, millinery, contertiouery or fHncy goods
store. Satisfactory rifereuces given. Address m.
P., Penny Preas ofHce. sn2J-b
oonipotent to Inurtict In English and music,
wlahea to obtain a situation aa daily or resident
govo-ness: no objection to the country. References
exchanged. Address Postofflce Box 128, Cincinnati.
. , ati23-bJ
J?P2.M.,n Private family, without board.
Address 0. M., Penny Press office, an25-b
cial tgent and book-keeper; a hoaso-koepor;
a fl'st rte foniae baker, and an experienced female
cook, for a large Institution near Cincinnati, and all
to be Proteslaute,nf good characters and recommend
ations. Apply toL.il. OIIANB, 81 Sycamore-street.
ayonng man, slxteon years old; has hail some
experience in the grocery buslnoas. Ad'ire-sJ W.
II., 82 Wort Niuth -street, botween John and Mound,
or at thin office. , auM-b
WANTED BOARD A single gentleman
wants room and board with a genteel private
family. Address II. ., Box 971, stating tonus and
location. au2l-b
Abueluosa man with 1200 capital; two men
men to the care of horses and cows; twonty men to
work iuaqiiarry; oeo or two girls to run n sowing
machine; bvo girls for dining-room and chamber
work, aud seven for gouoral housework. Apply at
tho geueril Intelligence agency odlce, he. 382
Veslern-row, A. D. CARSON
WANTED A situation in a store by a
buy, who can make himself irenerallv useful.
flocommendatlou glveo
'aUUMAS, at thle office,
WANTED An experienced SOAP
BOILER. Apply to Proctor A Gamblo, No.
830 Weeteru-row. au23-aw
"ANTED Fifteen good CAP MAKERS,
luiuiouiuicij, ni lusin-mreot.
, leiua-u-iunes raaj
capital is desirous of procuring a situation
in some business, where he may hope to secure, in
lime, un Interoat. for particulars, please aildresi
W. D. J., at this office. au23-c
young man. who has worked at the business
of coach-painting for throe years, wishes to place
Mmaelf under Instructions, that ha may complnte
his trade. Address WM, BUCKLEY. 136 Main
street, Olnclnnatl, Ohio. , auH-c
work on Street-cars. A coir to
snM-aw Comer Second and Elm-street.
- or part of a Job Bookblndery in the city, where
a good business I guaranteed to any Industrious
sober man with a small capital, who understand tlio
trade. For particulars, address BOuKDINDRK,
Cincinnati. aua-d
FOR SALE GROCERY The stock and
fixtures of a good grocery stand on Western
row; the stock ia auiull and wall eeleoted. Terms
ensh. Inniiire at No. SU7 Western-row. au34-li
FOR SALE Low for cash an excellent
business stand-the Blxth-s'roet House, doing
a good business both In the bar and boerdlnat-boaso;
being situated on the somli-weat enruer of Sixth and
Plum -treets, directly opposite the Mrket-honeo.
For terms apply to 8 BASNNINGEU, Proprietor, or
Br. F. lilEIJER, 73 West Third-street, up stairs.
OR SALB Eiiihty aorea of aa good land
as there la In Bonthern Iowa. Price $0 SO per
nuia, nvum nu au nAUUUUKU oue nuo Ullfrgy tlie
balance In groceiios, dry Rood-, or boots and shoes.
Address, Box oil, Bttluhridue. Ross County, Ohio.
FOR HALE A double two-etory BRICK
IIUCHE, and two LOTS, In the Clnclnua'l
Billlillug Company's Dlvlalon, nnd the whole ol
square No. s, In MaxonA R'ddingtnn's Division,
Hume City; very low for cash, or Bhnrt credit on
part. Inquire of J. Freon, tt'y., north -wost corner
of Eighth and Main, Cln-.lnnatl, or oft). Maxon.on
the premie . auZI-d
Opened, that and
BOARDING large gen
teel Boardliig-hntise, No. 177 Sycainoro-atreet,
West aide, twtwoen Fifth and rSlxtb. Largs and
airy rooms, unfurnished, for families, Accommoda
tion for day bourdons. Board and Lodging fur single
gentlemen, Xerms moderate. T. A. HOWE.
BOARDING A gentloman and lady, and
two or three single gentlemen con be accom
modated with cumfortuble rooms and boardfnt No.
flfi MeKarland-street. ftnl7-tft
FOR RENT-i-A ROOM. A large and com
modious Room on Fiflh-slreet, between Main
t and Walnut, suitable for a millinery store, or a fine
cilice. Terms moderate. Inquire at io. 21 Wost
Flfth-st'eet au'22-awt
T OST CAPE On Madison or Pike-atreetg,
JLJ Covington, a thin boblnst cape, trimmed with
buttons and bugles. Any one returning the same to
. METCALF. Bachelor-streot, between Bank-lick
and h nssoli, will be liberally rewarded. Jil.MIL
1INKR. atiM-b
,, AND
, .,;;-" . -By-'-' : " "' t
Mercurial, Syphilitic, and all diseases of the
, skin, Mood and gensrativa organs.
: Such sa Amenorrhea, Dysmenorrhea, Metorrhogla,
Oholorosla, Nervous and General Debility, 4o., sue
i cesafnlly treated. -, , .
1 ' 11 Ttn .TAMtrai tnMn Mnin in n.i .
the indorsttuent of almost the entire Southern Press,
should ooDTlnce the moat skeptical as to his pro
ficiency. Thousands of testimonials oould be pro-
' duced by the Doctor, from persona whom be has
i suceesafully treated, did sot the delicacy of the sub'
i isct prerent the pub'lcatloa of
DO. JAMK8' Office Is Vo. Tt West Fonrth-itreet,
I op stairs, one door below Pike's Opera-house, where
ke oan be consulted from nine A, 11. till five P. H.
AHCProfeaaionad Interjrlewa Oonfldentlal.
ar The Meohanioa' Fair Commltte will be
at Pika'i Opera-houio, daily, for the purpose
of rooelvlng titlolei intended for exhibition.
3f By tbo 1st of Ootober the can of tbo
Third-street Railroad Company will he rnnning
tbronght the West End.
Letter of emancipation were issued
yaaterday in favor of a oolored man, Ambrose
Bass, of Davidson County, Tennessee.
Gbooibiks We oall attention to the adver
tisement of J. Ferguson. Families desiring
auperior grooeriea, would do well to givo him a
If wo are to judge from the arrivals at
Oar hotels, we should say that the fall trade bad
fairly oommonoed, and promised to be very
afThe oigar atoro of J. F. Ebke, on
Western-row, No. 443, was burglariously en
tered at an early hour yeaterday morning, and
robbed of elgari amounting in value to $00.
,Quite a number of cases wero disposed
of in the Police Court yesterday, principally
for disorderly conduot. The fines ranged
from $3 to $5.
l$3k little girl named Jane Geary bad
her arm broken on the Levee, day before
yesterday, by being run over by a two-horso
wood wagon.
sS'The notorious Julia Dye, who for some
time past has kept a house of ill-fame in this
city, "packed her kit" and left for New York
3J" Henry Trimble, for abusing his daugh
ter, was sent to the City Prison for three
days, by Judge Lowe, yesterday. Served
him right.
P3 Don't forget that a speoial train will
leave the Cinolnnatl, Hamilton and Dayton
Railroad Depot, for the Cincinnati Trotting
Park, at half-past two o'olook, this afternoon.
50"Sohweitzer Hall, a well-known place of
resort, on Main-street, near the oanaL has
changed hands Mr. Charles E. Thlem having
aBsumed the proprletorshop.
jSButt's Panorama of the New Testa
ment, a work of merit, well known to our
citizens, ia to be placed on exhibition in our
oity, we learn , early in September.
Two men named Bendell and Gossolla
were fined $5 and costs, each, by Judge
Lowe, yesterday, for forestalling in markot.
The Market-Master seems determined to put
a stop to this violation of tho city ordinance.
33" A oolored individual named Wesley
Turner appeared at the bar of the Polioo Court,
yesterday, and was required to give bonds in
the sum of $300, to anawer the eharge of stab
bing, with intent to kill, David Curtis.
f2J- Charooal-alloy between Sixth and
Seventh, Main and Sycamore la la a very
muddy oondltlon j slush and mud, eight Inches
deep. We oall the City Commissioners' atten
tion to tbe above fact.
Tn Gbovee Baksb Siwinq-Machink.
An involoe of these east iron seamstresses has
just been reoclved at their Western Depot, No,
68 West Fonrtfi-street. They are of excollent
construction and superior merit. Call and see
them. ' '
. 0 Meteorologioal observations for tbe
Psnmy Pbibs, by Henry Ware, Optician, No.
7 West Fourth-street, August 24, 1859.
O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer
7 A. M....;..... .....2t).AO 68
12 M ..., 29 60 78
OP. SI 29.60 77
SS" Notwithstanding the many reports of
half oropa in diQerent portions of the eoontry,
there will be an averuge orop of all kinds of
grain, although farmers are loth to acknowl
edge it. We speak from observation during a
short trip into the country yesterday and tbe
day previous.
E9Mr. E. W. Merrill, a painter by trade,
in the employ of II. B. Hopkins, on Vine-
street, fell iai a fit, on Fifth-street, opposite the
Market-house, about eleven o'olook yesterday,
He was conveyed to his residence, and medi-
eal aid immediately summoned.
$3S1 sell a warranted sewing-machine,
that will make, satisfactorily, pants, vests,
shoes, . hoots, and execute family sewing,
They sew all classes of work. Just the ma
chine one wants. Corner Main and Fourth'
streets, at Evens'.
rPoase A Co., Bixth-street, east of Wal
nut, have received the Affonfic Monthly for
September, Frank Lalie't IlluilraUd Neia-
paper and Harptr't WtMy for the 27th, and
the . iriorty Magazine tot September 3,
together with everything else ' new and
readable. -
; rSTThomas McGee was before his Honor,
Judge Lowe, yesterday, to answer the charge
of stealing a pair of shoes, valued at $2, from
J. Bull, on Sycamoro-street, near the Load'
ing. Thomas plead guilty, and was sent to
the County Jail for the term of thirty days.
Truly, "the way of the transgressor is hard."
p&- Persons passing along Fourth-stree
oan not fall to notice the magnlfioent charter
on exhibition' in Wiswell'a window, which hsa
just been oompleted for Eclipse Lodge, No.
848. Independent Order of Odd Fellows.. The
frame-work ia of gilt, and handsomely embei'
lished with the emblems of the order. "
ggfDo Marbais, was, by order of the Pro'
bate Court, yesterday, conveyed to the Lick-
Run Lunatio Asylum, a raving manias.. Pre
vious to his removal, he made several &U
tempts to put an end to his life, Mrs. Be
Marbais was much hotter at a late hour lost
evening. . ' '' 1 ' - '
Hibron'b Semiiuby. There will be be a
reunion meeting of the pupils of this inatitU'
tion, at the Seminary Building, on Seventh
street, between Walnut and Vine, this even
ing, for the purpose of electing offioers, Ac,
Prof. Boot, of Newport, Ky., will deliver an
address on the occasion. : i
The "Impure Milk" Investigation—
Report of Committee.
The subjoined ia the report made to the
Mayor, last night, by a special committee of
citizens, appointed at the request of tho dairy
man: : . ,
CINCINNATI, OHIO, August 24, 1859.
To Bit Honor S. M. Buhno. Manor of the
city of Cincinnati Sir: In obedience to writ
ten notice given us of our appointment, by
you, as a committee to investigate charges
ngHinai oeroey van liner, aims own request,
"lor selling Impure milk," the undersigned
availed themselves of the conveyance, you
was so kind to send to our places of busi
ness, and, to-day, visited tne dairyfarm,
occupied by Mr. Van Laer, a short distance
from Ludlow, Kentucky. .. '.
wetound,on the place, fortv-three cows.
and personally examined their appearance
and condition.
To properly understand the charaoter of
tbe milk, and the previous condition of the
cows, we took the testimony in the presenne
of the owner of the dairy of Mrs. Elizabeth
Hopkins, wno says that she resided on ir.e
tnrm colore too dairyman moved on it. Mr.
Van Lear keeps his cows, during the winter,
in stables, on the Plnnk Road, in Storrs
Township, just below Cincinnati, but, durum
the) spring, summer and fall, they graizo on
this Ludlow farm. Hore the pasturage is
abundant, and the cows have access to a
reservoir ot spring-water at all times, and no
still-slop is fed to them on this farm. Some of
those prosent, on that day, eavo thciron nion
that the cow was buckeyed, or poisoned
mai several visitors irom uncinnauwere pre
sent at the time and knew of the occurrence
he described the oondition of a large brindle
cow that, for a long while, bad a soro on her
teat, which was so tender as to cause her to
kick at those attempting to milk her, and she
was always taken to a corner and chained be
fore she would give down her milk. Theoom-
oiitteo examined this cow and found her as
described; a large toab still covering the sore.
The proprietor confirmed the narrative of the
witness as to tho speciQo cases of sore teats,
and of the death of the eow, which the wife of
the proprietor, herself, acknowledged had been
indisposed for three weeks, partaking of but
little food; but they oonteoded although bo
suffering the milk was good. Barney Nieteot,
driver of the milk cart, says he has been with
Mr. V.li. for two years, but thero baa been, to
bin knowledge, no lumpy milk put in the oans.
J. be oows were not sick, bat a few teats, as
stated, were tore.
Mrs, Hopkins testifies that of the thlrtv
oows brought over last May, six of them had
diseased udders, ss she discovered In a few
days, from being called upon to milk them.
Their teats were raw and swelled, one or two
giving bad milk, thick, feverish and lumpy,
like staroh, for she had milked suob in tbe
cans. On being Interrogated why she did so,
she said ahe was employed for othors, and it
was not her business to pour the milk out
tbe proprietor Knew tne mtikt was from tne
oows whose dugs were sore, for he and his wife
bad complained that they never had such
trouble before as this one eow had caused
them. The witness obtained roots, and, with
sulphur and other matters, made a salve for
thein. cue says Mr. v. L. had got out of pa-
tienoe, himself, with the delay and trouble
thus brought upon htm. AU this time the
milk was carried off, and, as she supposes,
She described a cow, whose milk, when first
given down,"would "spirt out in lumps;" Mai
having been milked on tbe ground, the re
mainder of the milking was placed in the
Three other oows gave milk wbioh would
not foam, and that, In ber opinion, was not
good milk: and of one cow that the proprietor
had said that he would not drink it himself
for three dollars; that tbe pew cows purohased
were not so sheeted. She ueconbed the sud
den death, as if of staggers, of a eow, whioh,
up to the day of her death, had been con
tinuously milked.
Five oows, from our observation, bore evi
dence of disordered udders and sore teats; and
from milking two of the teats of one oow, a
thick, lumpy, dotted mass exuded. We regret
that the testimony is to be taken as to only one
dairy, for it may be that the party affected by
this examination, is not so bad as numerous
othors, who make a business of making money
at any event, by selling all the milk they oan
obtain from oows, at small oost, whether
healthy or unhealthy. But the range of our
duty is clroumsoribed to this individnal cafe;
and we say, emphatically, we would not like
to use the milk ourselves, and we oannot
reecommeud the public to do so. Those who
furnish a groat city with milk, should rcjeot
from their dairies all oows affcoted as several
of these are.
None but good milk should be mlnzled in
the draught portioned oat at our tables. But
we should not have been sent to Kentucky, to
expose bat a slight portion of this evil the
Oreeks are at our doors I We believe the case
of Mr. V. L. is infinitely 'bettor than many
others in and near tbia city. His cowsare gen
erally in good eonditien, with tbe exoeption of
those mentioned, and we believe those were
diseased from rlose confinement in tbe atableB
on this side, where they are fed, during the
winter, on still slop.
$3" A meeting of the lot-holders of the
Catherine-street Graveyard, was held, jester
day afternoon, at the offioe of Enquire Marchant.
The oonduct of the Trustees in disrespecting
the place was the cause of the meeting. It
was stated that a portion of the ioclosure had
been parposely destroyed, and that hogs and
oatt)o wero allowed freo use of a part of the
grounds; that a partition fenoe erected at the
expense of the lot owners had beon destroyed;
that a stable had been built over some of tbe
graves, and that the horse of a minister had
been allowed to ramble at pleasure through
the cemetery, The object, it was stated, was
to destroy the charaoter of the cemetery and
force a removal of the dead, that the grounds
might be resold for the benefit of the churches
interested. '' . ,
Commendable feeling was displayed by those
at the meeting. It was finally decided to ap'
point a oommittee of five to consult with the
Trustees, and learn whether they were willing
to repair the inclosure and the general damage
that had been done to the grounds, and report
to a futuro meeting of the lot owners. ' Messrs,
N. Marchant, F. Harrison, A. 0. Brown, D.
Ross and Samuel Martin were appointed the
committee. The next meeting will be held at
the call of the committee. 1 ' ' ' 1
House Tarrbd. Considerable excitement
was breated in the lower part of the city, last
evening, by tho cport that the house of
well-known citizen, residing on sycamore
street, had been tarred. . Some of the down
town police hastened to the spot, wi were
informed that the roof of the house had re
ceived a coat of tar, preparatory to the lay-
down of a coat of brown paper and gravel
Da. . Ealino. By referenoe to another
column it will be seen that .this celebrated
surgeon has returned to our oity after a long
abaenoe, and taken room a in the Opera-house
building, where be will operate on corns.
bunions Ao., as he alone can operate. "
' i- i . sa
CmoixiiATi Park. The opening race to-day
will, undoubtedly, attraot a largs crowd
spectators, many who hive sever before at
tended a race.' All the members of the club
will be attended by their wives and daughters.
. ' '' ,
Emma Proas has been plaosd in
eustocv of H. Keislor, Sheriff. Mr. B. Botin
ger, surety, having surrendered her to the
toat, and lbs li now In jaJL ' ' f; f j ,
Theater Thk Pakodi Or era
Taonra. An Opera Tronpe, with a full and effective
chorus, is a ubrelty in Cincinnati, and one ot the
great doftclencios that baa hitherto attended tbe rep
resentations of operas in this city, Is that tbs chorus
boa been vary Imperfect, and wanting miruorlcal as
well ss musical strength. The Parodl Opera Troupo,
now perlortning at Wood's Theater, are the first to
present to Ibis community au opera possessing this
Impartftiit accessory in perfection. Last nilht Ver
di's masterpiece, La Tkayiata, was performod to a
erltiral and dlscorningaudiouce.
The production of this Opura introduced a now
candidate In this city to public ,'avor, in the persou
of Bignora Alaimo, who sustained the arduous role
of " Violet ta," in a manaor that at once stntnped her
as a lyric actress of more than ordinary ability. She
gradually won the favor of bar audience; and in the
death scene she sang with .inch exquisite taste end
feeling, as to call forth a storm of applause. Siguor
Sbrtglia, as "Alfredo," and Signor Qnone, ss "Gior
gio," fully suataiutd the reputation which has been
awarded them elsewhere.
To-night the Opra of LcmiTi Boaara will be
presented with Parodl in the principal role.
tfSS The concert to be given by Mra.Varaln
James, at Pike's Opera-houso, to-night evening,
bids fa'r to b a rich treat for the lorera of music,
Ber rareand wondrous powers of song can not Dill to
be appreciated, if we are to Judge from tho enco
niums ef the Press. We hope that our citizens will
show that just appreciation 'of these merits sho ao
richly Uosorves, by filling that magnificent temple of
art this evening. Aa Mr. Pike has given Mrs.
James the free use of theOpora-housefor her concert,
our citizens, we are certain, will not fall to do their
part in giving hora liberal reception.
WH. II. Parvin, Advertising Agent. Ko.
80 WiMFourtli-straot..
r Wlmlor's Skylight Gallery-All utiles
of Pictures made on short notice.
HT Twsinty.flve Cent Ambrotypoecnn be
had at Appliuath ft Co.'s, Ko. M Broadway.
" Applesnte & Co.'s Gallery, No. 53
Broadway. Who would not have a likeness of them
selves at a cost of only twenty-nvo conts.
V- Winder's Skylight Gallery, Western-
row, opposite Court-street. The cheapest and best
Pictures made lu tbe city.
sTDnguerrean Gnllery, South-west or.
nor of Sixth and Veatorn-row, over Biinuaford's
drug store. Pictures taken nud put in good cases fur
twenty cents. W ai ranted to please.
S9TTens-Bet Quality-Pendcry & Co.'s,
north-west corner Walnut and Fif.h-stroota, la the
store for the purchase of excellent toas, at tbe nn
equaled price of sixty cents per pound. If you would
drink a good enp of tea, buy at PENtnar 4 Co.'a.
Suspected of Beino is thjj Citt. For
some time past the oflirori, of both our city and Now-
pjrt havo suspected that McDonald, the solilior who
escaped from the Newport Jull, two or three woeks
ago, where be was confined fur stealing a gold watch,
has been piowllng about Covington, and they have
been on the alert to entrap him. One, and a Tory
good, reason for their suspicions is, they have soon
Matlie Ward, an infamous courtesan, wbo professes
to be ble wife, roaming about the city in the night
soison. Sho was seen on Sunday last in the com
pany of several notorious thieves, iatha vicinity of
tin Licking Brtdgo, and thoy were watched to ace If
McDonald was not among them la disguise. The
officers fuel certain thoy will nab blm at nu distant
St. Josiipd's Chubch. The visitor, aa he
passes St. Joseph's Church, on Twolfth-streot, be
tween Scott and Oroenup, Is heard tooxclaim: "Bow
beautiful," "what a splendid edifice," ai.d they al
most invariably give a voto of thanks to thoto who
were Instrumoutul la its orectloa. We learn that
the ladles of the church have it in contemplation to
hold a Pair, to commence ou tbs first Monday iu
September, for the purpose of raising funds to de
fray the expenses of some of its apartments within.
The Fair will be held at Odd Fellows' Hull.
Coroner's Inquest. Lato on Tuesday
evening, the doad body of a man, minus his htad.
was found in the Ohio Kiver, lodgod in a raft a short
distance bolow Washlugton-strooc. It was brought
en shore, and a Coroner s intuest was held, which
might be said to be almost to no purposo, as the jury
oould obtain no testimony as to who he was or where
trout. Tholr vordlct was iu accordance with tbe
above facts.
Thk Scott-strbkt Roiling-Miix. In oom
Deny with the "local" Ronortor of tbe Inauirerwe
dropped in at the l OllIng-ruiU, yesterday morning, o'
Messrs. Martin, Wlllluius & Co., aud thoro learned
that tbe ins itutlon would resume business again In
tho cottrso of a couple of weeks. They have nearly
concluded a contract to furnish the rails for two miles
of street railroad for a company in Cincinnati, and
as soon as the contract is completed they will com
mence operations.
Drowned. A man named Elias Johnson,
formerly employed at Swift's Bolllug-nilll, was
drowned, on Saturday last, in the Licking River,
Bo loaves a wife. His body was aftonvard re
Shop-lifting. A woman was yesterday ar
rested by OfTlcer Morton, for stoaling a bolt of calico
from a dry-goods house on Monmouib-sireot. She
was tried before EsQUiros l'ayue and Bine, aud was
held to bail in tbe sum of one hundred dollars.for her
appearance at the next term of the Circuit Court, t
be held at Alexandria, lu default of which, she was
committed to jail.
Mvstkbt Solved. In oar issue yesterday
we stated a horso and buggy were found in a pecu
liar situation a short distance hack of our city. The
circumstances have been cleared up by the appear
ance of a livery stable kcoporfrom Cincinnati, who
claims the property found. It appears a man namo
unknown wbo worked in one of our rolling-mills,
hired the horse and vehiole, and wbon d riving on the
turnpike was precipitated overan embankment. lie,
himself, escaped unhurt, but the lady wlih hlin was
sevoraiy injured, having several of her front teeth
knocked out by tho accident. Tbs horse was left for
dead, but upon examination tho animal appears only
to have been stunned by the fall. The owner ro
moved both horse and buggy to his stable in Cincin
nati. ,
On A Tour. Majors lTallam, Winston and
Williamson left tbls morning for Niagara Falls.
They propose seeing Mr. Eli Phant before their re
turn, probably to contract for a new Jull. We wish
them a good time.
COLUMBUS, Aug. 24, 1859.
Stkau. The steam-propcllor canal-boat
Enterprise arrived here Tuesday evening loaded with
one thousand seven hundred and ninoty bushels of
alack coat. Thonsinds.-of our citlzons assembled
along the canal bank to witness this great enterprise
on ourcanal. As she was passing through tho locks
a great number jumped on board to take a "steam'
boat" ride, and to havo It to say that they rode on
tba first steamboat that ever arrived at Columbus,
Ohio. We say success to tho owner and the Eutor-
prlsol .
Petition. The members of the Columbia
Hook and Ladder Company Do. 4, sent in a potilion
to our honorable City Council Tuwilay evening, signed
by about two hundred aud fifty of our citizens, pray'
In In .Hmlt the mid t-latnnanv into the Fir. DnnArt
meut, and allow it to roceivo the same amount o'
benefits as the other Companies In the Department.
Ulvotho boj a a start, we say. ,
. Smons Aocidint. Michael Buns, a la
borer, fell from tbe third to the second story of
building, in coarse of ereotion on the west
side of Mein, between Third and Fourth-streets,
yesterday afternoon, and broke bis hip bone.
Ha waa conveyed to the Commercial Hospital
In iuffering condition. ' ;' 1 f.
New York Cattle Market.
NEW YORK, August 24.
, Beeves advanced for , fair qualities:
receipts 3,000 head; sales at 7Uc. Bheep-Becelpts
lli.HUU bead. The market is buo,aut. Swine higher:
receipts J.SOO bead; sales) at an advancs (t4iHc.
twnrAdatK(o. ., . , :...r . . iv; .. (
-'-. 1
Ou motion of Mr. Runyan, the hour of
meeting heretofore waa changed from eight
to seven o'clock.
A preamble and resolutions, returning
thanks to the various Railroad Companies
over whose roads tbey passed, and to the
uities of Pittsburg ond Philadelphia, fur
courtesies received by the excursionists on
the recent "free blow," were unanimously
adopted. The following are the principal
resolutions! '' ' , ..,r;r '.: . .
Retained, That tbo thanks of tbia Council
be tendered to the Little Miami, Ohio Cen
tral, Steubenville and Pittsburg, and Penn
sylvania Central Railroad Companies, for the
complimentary cards and ride over their
well-conducted roads. ,'" '" " '
Retained. That the thaMs of this Council
be also tendered to the cities of-PiUs'burg and
Philadelphia for the Ure-hearted hospital
ity so freely bestowed upon the excuraiouisU.
The Clerk was directed to sond a -copy of
tho same to the parties named la the resolu
tions. '" ; -
Mr. Pearoe presented a resolution requiring
the chain-gang in the City 'Prisda' to7 work ten
hours each day, whioh was adopted, '"''i;
The Commissioner of the Eastern District
was direoted, by resolution, to see that tbe oow
stables on Fast Fourth-street be icuoved.
Of the City Solicitor and City Auditor were
read, and ordered to be filed, '
The bond of the Inspector of Pork was read,
and approved.
Also the bonds of the " Passenger," "City
usenger," and "Cincinnati" Railroad Com
panies, ' V. .'"
Mr. Hawkins presented a resolution requir
ing that the location of all railroad lines be
in the center of the streets through which they
pass. Adopted. :,,-.
Mr. Toobey presented a petition from the
Walnut Hills Street Railroad Company, asking
the privilege-of laying down S track, which
was referred to the Committee on Roads and
Canals. . . t;" !
A remonstrance against tbe establishment of
a railroad on Fourth-street, signed by' several
real-estate holders, was read, and conferred to
the above-namod committee..
After nbioh, Council adjourned. .
j3"The charge of burglary against Thomas
England entering the residenoe of Lawrenoe
Shier, on Bremen-street, noar Liberty was
dismissed in the Polios Court yesterday. He
was afterward tried upon a charge of disorderly
oonduct, and fined ten dollars and the costs of
Served Hw Riobt. An Inhuman brute
named James F. Ray was before Judge Lowe,
yesterday, for assaulting his wife and diaor
dcrly conduct; for the first offence be was com
mitted to the dungeon, on broad and water, for
five days; and for the seoond, fined five dollars
and costs. ;. :) i,V
There is an improved feeling in tbe Money market
to-day, yet Currency remains close,and the Discount'
houses are not discounting any Paper, except thut
offered by their regular dopositors , Ko chango in
the rate, which Is 10(2113 per cent, for short date, ap
proved Business Papor,
Exchange on the Est remains firm at percent.
premium, selling rate; buying at 40S cents pro.
mltirn, with an active demand.
Gold firm, and rather active at 40 cents, buying
rate ; selling at 45 cents.), premium.
Vory little doing In Now Orleans Exchange at X
discount, baying rate; selling at par. .
Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa,. lM(&2'4 discount.
juissouri urrency...,..m M M..1H
Eastern Exchange in St. Louis, 1)4 premium ; in
Chicago, 2X preni.; la Loulsvillo ft, for Kentucky
Cincinnati Produce Market.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, August 24, 1859.
FLOUR Though not .1 notably hlaher. still prices
of Flour are rather iu favor of sailers again to-day,
and holdera. under the favorable advices from New
yoi'K, wero necioeaiy sou. me sales and up t.sou
brl' at $16u(ft4 75 for superfluo, and $IS0J lufor
extra; 600 brls. oxtra White Wheat sold at the latter
rote, delivered at Klpley, onto. 2,tjO) brls. were re
ceived Ihe last twenty-four hours.
"uioivi iiiu iiiwinet ib mill, win, a Ku,n ue
mand; Bales of 700 brls. ai 2)i-lac., the latter rate
for wagon.
PROVISIONS Baenn ia buoyant, and Shoulders
eanerallv held at9)4c.. anil Khlea Rt 9!4c..l owing to
this the sales were confined to 63 hhds. at 7c. for
ghonlders and 9Mc. tor Sides; Vi.mki lbs. bulk
Shoulders sold at 6.Hc, loose, which la an advance.
OII.-A sole of 75 brls. Linseed at 55c. ; atthlarate
the demand la good.
GBuCWtlKs Sugar is drooping and Mc lower;
dir is selling at7c, and prime at 7,'j7hi0. Molasses
unchanged. Coffee Bteauy.
Wilt; AT -The market Is active and prices have
advanced 2(3c. per bushel on all grades. Tbe advices
from New York continno favorable, and holders are
very firm. Hales of 300 husheis fair Hill at Hoc.; 400
do. prime do. at wte.; HOO do. prime Bed at SI: ao do.
do. fair White at SI: Son do. good do. at $1 iw; Snoilo.
prime do at 1 lit; do. prime White at $1 13; l.uoo
no, nt 11 12; closing firm (it $1 f r prim-Red, and
11 13 for prime White. Kecolved the paat tweuiy-four
nours 7,SWI bushela.
OnllN The market is qnlet, with a moderate de
mlmd ot 777dc. for fair mixed.
KY K there is a fair duuiaud and prices are firm at
IiARLET-Very little in the market of any dos
oripltou; old would command 60c.
OATS The demand is fair and prices firm; sales of
l.lioo bushels at 41c: ftuido. in bulk, at depot, at 40c.,
and 2n0 do. nn lauding lit 42c.
CHEc SB-Sales of 4(j boxes prime Wostern
Reserve at ftSKHc, tho hitter price for extra large,
anil Ml boxes English Dairy at inc. Market firm.
BUTTEIl The markot is quiet, Willi but a mod
erate demand, at IJlCc. for choico Western Reserve,
and 1214c. for prime Ohio.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, August 24—P. M.
Floor active, and 615e. better; sales 11,400
brls. at 84 2V3i forsuparllne State; $4 6ii4 Wlfor
extra; ?l 24 60 tor superfine Western; $1 70(3)9 20
for common to good extra Western; JS lo6 iifor
old, and $ 30 40 for fresh ground snipping brands
extra round Hoop Ohio; closing steady. Canadixn
Hour unchanged; sales 200 barrels atS4 73ejV)7ifor
extra. Rye Flour dull, at f .1 A0im4 79. Wheat scarce,
and l2c. better, "ales 7,IKJ0 btihels, Including new
Red jlichigan, at Si 25; new Red Snuthern atgl 22;
new White Southern, very handsome, at $1 61, aud
new White Michigan and old Western Wlptor Red,
on private lorms, and old Bed Michigan at SI OA,
Rye quiet, at fto. fur new. Corn scarcely so firm;
sales l,0tl bnshels at 79Ax2c. for old and new m ixed
Western, 8Ac. for Yellow Western, fl)$c Reruns innd
Yellow Southern. Oats firmer and a live, at 3,'iaila.
tor State, 3940c. for Western, and 42(tg44c. for Cana
Whisky firmer; sales 200 brls, at 26X27o tbs
latter price for cboi a. 1
Pork opened firmer, but closed lower; sales 3,&Of
oris, nt sis 73(0)13 tor mess, eia luior nun mess, anu
S 0 ."-VIO (Ml Tor prime.
ieei uncnaneeu: sales
273 brls. at Ss Sfir for country prime, lid
do. moss, $tll for'repacked Chicago, and i
for extra. Beef Hams quiet ami steady, at
i7 no lor
at lMtnlHo.
llHAon unrhanflred. Our. Meats steadv: SNlea 1.10
6'ckages, at, for Sboultiors and 8sMo. fur
Lard slendv; sales 37Sbrls. at 10llo. for Mo. 1 city
to prime Western.
Bit ter rules firm, at 1317o for Ohio and HXgJlc.
for State.
Cheese in demand, at WtHfiHe, '
i' Cotton quiet; sales l,WJObale. t. ,t t
, Sugar firm.
Freights active. .
[By Telegraph.]
Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, August. 24—M.
Flour heavy; buyers refuse to pay. more
than Si for Howard-street and Ohio. Wheat firm:
rales I7.0X) bushels ut Si 20011 37 for White, and Si 0
l IS for Red. Corn has aa advancing tendoncy, with
tales at 7tic., and Ycllpw at iKaD.1c. Provisions
firm and unchanged in price. Wh laity firm for Ohio.
n i is i
Steamboat Register.
; Fairy
Haysvllle) Boston, Louisville; Llghlfout, ot Louis.
Departbrts Forest' Queen, Madison ', 1 Fairy
Quoeu, Majavllle; Boston, Louisrille. , .
'il '.. .':tui ..:,
J.'i'j.-' a .!. vj
the I9th day of September, A. D. hue, at the
rotunda in theOurt-liouie, in thecltyof Cincinnati,
at 12 o'clock M. of said day, I will sell at pubilo aus-
iuu i iuq luuuwiDg-aescrii-eu real estaie, vu:
I. Lots numbered seven (7) aud eight (S) In sonars
number three (3i of plat B, In tbe subdivision of the
estate of liavid .. Wade, as recorded in Book Mo.
117. page lis, of the Uecords of Hamilton County,
CUiu, hisiI fronting each tweut,-OTe(aM feet on Weat
eru Cstiiil or I'luiu-atreet, and running back the
nine miiiu uu-uuuurea aaiA nilj-ix lest tores -4
Inches to 1'roviilence-street.
'1. All tin He lots cji land altnnf In th.rllv nf fUn-
cinnail. Hamilton County, Ohio, and being num
bered nlntyitsi), ninety-one (III), ninety-two (92) and
nluelv-three(W), in square number four (4),t the
suhillvlelnii of lots maoe by H. tcbklss, At.ry and
Cart r, reiujr.l. ii In Hook No. 60 page eoi, of the
Heconls ot Hamilton Countr. Ohio, and each of said '
lots fronting twenty-seven (27) feet, making lot met
in all, on the south aide of Monroe-street, and ex
tending bock ou parallel lines ninety (HO) feet to an
alley. . . .
a. Also tneiouowiRg, situate in Ulncinnati, For
merly in Millcreek Township, in section number
uinot.en, (lu) in Towni-hlp number three (3) in the
second fractional ranee in tbe Miami PurchaM, being
sixty-three i W) feot and six inches in from on tbs ,
nurthorly side of the Cincinnati and Harrison Turn
pike Koad, and rnnning thence nortberlyifour bun
dled feet, more or less, to tbe land of John Kiddle,
sell;, huuuded on the east by slot nfgroundeonveel ' -by
Bernard anl wife to John iiockuey. November!.
1M2. and on the went hv . loL now nr furni.rlv baton.
Inn to Mark Alkin. .
4. Also tlie lol owlnl. a tnata In Cincinnati. Him.
Ilton County, and Stole of Ohio, and buina- lotsnnin-
bered twenty-three (23) and twnty-fotir,(24) In Wads
A Dudley's addition or subdivision of lots In sold
city, as recorded In Book 90, puire 119, of the Hani II- !
ion uouniy necorus, saiu lots twenty-tnree (XI) ana ,
twentv-foor ( ' ) belnff on tlieaouih alil. nfPonlRr. '
street, west of Weeteru-row; being each twenty-tlvs
(2A) lift in front on tho south side of Poplar-street,
ni.u i.uuiub unvn rUinilvillllTlivnilll UUO-UUI IUV
dUtance from Poplar to Ulivnr-etreet.
ft. Also, the following in Cincinnati, commene Inr
at a point on the sonth side of Clark-street, sue
hundred and twelitv-three feet eaat itf the aouth--
to.T, v u 1 vi v.nti a ni.u r lurmnii'iuirau, lu.uw
south at right anstlea to Clark-street, two hundred,
and one fret; thence in an easterly dlroctlon twenty
eiuht (28) feet; thence in a northerly dlreetion and
, l .. I, ....a i . .. . .i. - '
paranei wun sain west line at ngnt angles uuiara- :
street, two hundred and one fot to Clark -street;
thence westerly on the south line f Ulnrk-street, .
twenty-eight (281 feet to tbe beginning; being lot
i, ,,iu wrt iiiiiy (in,. 17 iu u. " itl.Kt-, .un
division of the Cutter property, as recorded In book ,
number Kiiiht fHi In the division HmoiiB tba helraof
Both Cutter, deceased.
6. A so. t lie follcw lot lot. sltnate in Hamilton
County, and heinit lot numbered thirty-nine on the
pint of atibdivleinn or Avondale, In Said county, as
re'-nrdod in Plat lieok Mo. 1. Dune of the records of
said coun y.
Tit etonl the above nromrtv vood: sale nereren-
try; terms cnati; being the same property conveyed
to theiinderaiiued by do d of trust from The Cinoln
natl and Cliicano Railroad Company, July 1, loot, ,
recorded in Uouk Ko. 201. page 2x3. ,
juiin w. H s,K nun, Trustee,
CoiHNB4IIynsos,Au'ys,lWaluut-st. aulidjgl
Ilcrron's Seminary.
RON'S 8KMINAUY will commence on HQS-
DAY, August the '9th. The comae of Instruction
IS tnorougn, ana uoys ana sonng ien are nere pre
pared either tor College or for business. Competent
Teachers, who love to work, are employed, aud no
pains will be nparod to sustain ihe good name It has ,
enjoyetl lor niuwn ) ears, ine price oi union naa
not been changed, although too low, aa the object is
not so much to make money as todo good. There ana .
time Departments Primary, Preparatory, and Col
legiate in whicu oil the branches or an Kngusn Kd
ucatlon, Latin, Greek, German aud Freuch Lan
guages, Mathematics, Natural sciences, anaamor
oiialK'oiirseof Hock-Keeping are taught, with Lec
tures every week. Alan an hour, imni eos to every
mornlus. is devoted to moral Instruction. reading ths
Scriptures by ti.e pupils, singing and prayer. Com-
poslllonsana Declamation weeaiy.
Primary Sepattment, session of Ore months,..4l5 08
Preparatory Dop irtment, " ' . " . 20 00
Colleglnto Department, " '! " ... 24 00
German Language, extra, ".':. " , no
K'rench " : , , - " f " " . OU
Book Keeping, " " " " ... 10 00
Drawing and Painting extra, ' "". 1000.
Number limited to one hundred, and each tuill
carefully classified au6-bw-sow.
The Fall Term of this Seminary will open on the
First Monday of Heptember.
Professor DE ItlCQLES, of whom Profensor
Fusijuolle says, ''I should deem any Institution for
tunate in engaging him as a teacher of the French
language." au34
Cincinnati Female Seminarr.
Comer Seventh and Hound streets, .
The next Session of this Institution will open on
MONDAY, September 6, leoV.
We Invite attention to the completeness of our
facilities for aHiihstantiiil and finished dncatlon. .
Catalogues may be had at llie6iMSaMry,aud from
John I). Thorpe, Ko. 74 Weet Fonrsfnureet.
Cincinnati, Aug. 15, ISM. anlft Principals
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE Partnership bertofore existing between
the undersigned, nnderthe firm name of BEGQB
A SMITH, is this day dissolved. 11. R. Smith having
purchased tbe entire interest of Joseph P. Beggs in
the said concern. JOtsEPil P. HKO'GS.
Notice of Copartnership,'
THE undersigned have tbia day formed a
Copartnership, retaining ths firm name of
Br oos & Smith, aud will continue ths JEWALRY
BUbiNSS, Ko. 6 West Fotirtb-atreot, Cincinnati.
While retiring from the late firm of Bboas A
Shite, and thus dissolving my business relations
with that concern, I still hope to retain an Interest
iu its prosperity and success, and would cordially
recommend tho new firm to the consideration and
patronage of my friends and the public.
Cincinnati, August 18, 1AW. . au!7bw
and : ;
No. 167 Enst Front Street, bet. Pike and Butler-st's,
with ths most improved kind of machinery, I
am prepared to fiirnii.li, at abort notice, all kinds of
House null Stvumboat, Carpenter and Joiner's work.
Satli, Blinds, Doors, Fi allies and foldings, of all
descriptions. Steamboat Lumber, Weather-board-ng,
8. ingles, Siding, flooring, ackept consiautly
ou band. Partluular attention paid to planing, rlpr
fun? and scroll auwiug. Heavy framing lumber can
ic planed and trued 40 feet long, and 30 Inches wide.
Persons about to build, will nud it to tbelr advan
tage to give mo a call, wh. Junes,
au2-'-btn Proprietor.
MerrelTs Blackbeny Anodyne.
public as oneof tlie best, If uot thevery bestmed
Iclnethat has enrer been invented lor DiarhUsa, Drs
BNTXSX, Ciiolkra Inantom, aud all other derange
ments of the stomach and Digestive Organs, which
are so prevalent and fatal in our counti) corrects
the deranged condition of the I. Ivor: allais Nervous
Irritations, sucb as is caused by Teething, giro,
tone and healthy action to the bowois,anJ withal, is
pleasant to take. lylB-bnit
At the Old Established Stand,
stock of Uousehola and I 'nice Furniture, both
new aud second r and, consisting of due b.dsteada,
solas and parlor chairs, Brussels and iiigrsln carpets,
oil-oloth, cutlery, etc. A fine assortment ot coun
ters, shelving, ofllce desks and stools, etc Also, a
stock Of Billiard tables, pianos, extra marble-lop
coiibters aud tables ou hand and for aale low.
aus-om WM. CARTER, Proprietor.
Map, Book and Print-Seller and Stationer,
Baa removed his business to the more spacious
and convenient premises, ....
(North side, nusr Main-street,)
where he will be pleased to see his old friends end
cutomers, aui7
Ot St. Charles street, New Urleansi La.,
Importers of Guns Sc Bponlasi Apparatus
sot ' and bgALiRi in ecu rowota. . ,
Bates would call the attention of saloon and
hotel proprietors, to his superior Branuy and din
Oocktall. They are made from the beat brandy and
gin, and are exquisitely flavored. They are seperlor
to auy thing of ths kind that bas been mads, for
sale, wholesale and retail, national Theater Build
ing, Sycamore-street,, ) ,,.1 . ,p suW

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