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"WANTS," "JTOB BALK," "TO LIT," XOBT,"
'I0BHD,"4e., in this column, twcapring i "
or leu, two Insertions, twenty -tve cents.
yfTANTKD GIRL Liberal wages wt U be
TV Mj ctawI rurirmn airl to do the work
stnftii ramuy; warned w oumo u a" -
Iratm Vlne-etreet. at 7 to 8 in the morning, or
3 to J P.M. ej&-h
WANTED TO TRADE 40, 8 or lfc 'O
acres cf good land, on the 0. ft M. It. R fo.r
about and lot, or unexpired lease, having sonir
time lo run. Address F. B., Box 1603 V.U., Cin
WANTED Two good Solicitor! can get '
employment on the "Cincinnati Mercantile
Advertiser, by application to Mo. Went Fourth
street, np stairs, btween 12 It. and 1 P. M. 1'. W.
HARTT, Proprietor. Fp3-b
WANTED MEN TO CHOP CORD-WOOD-Twenty
men are wanted Imme
diately to chop cordwuod. A pply at the Alhrania
Hoiu.0, corner Main-street and the loroe. p,Vli
WANTED A SITUATION By a young
m m of steady habits, who lawilling to make
himeilf useful, a situation Id a Grocery and Provision
Bloro. Good references given. Address W L., at
tlilsnffje.. . sopo-h
WANTED ROOMS Two or three) rooms,
furnished or nnfurofcdiei, without board, In
a private family. A respectable neighborhood de
sired. Address "M," at thin office. aep3-b
"VITANTED TO RENT A small house of
w w two rooms, or two roomaoi larger flouts,
nitahle for a small family. Address BKUGMAN, at
this office. Htitto where an Interview can be had.
WANTED CAKVASBER A good can
vasser to ...licit subscriptions) for Johnson
Fry It Co.'s publication.". Jl commission paid.
Apply at NEA VK'tf Itlllti DIN, corner 1 onrth and
Uace-Mreots. Onicojs'o.6. ee-pl-h'
WANTED CIIAIRllAKERS Three. r
four Chairmakera at v Cincinnati School
jrnrnlturo Factory, Uoorg-sr. " " iiu,
-TAWTli;TiWMPT.OYM1NT As Porter,
T or any business where I ""n make myself
...pun. in or ont oi me cuv. aui - "
..fflce. . ecpa-b'
WANTED IMMEDIATELI 'M 8&
glrle to cook, wash nnd Iron, and e. o chamber
ork. Call at Sirs. WARNER'S intlllg.ence ollice,
:W Fifth-street, betweou Western-row M .'ohu.
Persons wanting to employ girls to tew or Tim sew-
Ing-macuuies, can get tuem at tne sin
mTANTED A HOUSE By a gentleman
w w with small family, no children. A o""
cut a hall pot desirable. Address Box 769 Postoffioe.
I scpl'-bw-eod H
WANT.rD IMMEDIATELY Ttvo wire
draw .a; none but competent workmen neiul
uodIv: to ' j"in the host of wages will bo P?'".
.IIIHtinA Ttlllll.HV. Wheellnir. Vn. seni Wl"
XJtT ANTED -
-SITUATION By a yoiB
atinn as norter: has ua.l conai U-
erftbie flxDnrsenc. accustomed to horcse: is we.
acquainted in this city. Good reference given. Ad
dress P. 0., tula office. eep2-b
"OaT ANTED TERRIER PUPS Under
ww nlno months old, to come and
It III Bats, free of charge, on next Sunday,
at 4 o'clock. In rcurot the Unmet House,
Itnnint.straet. t.etwrn Vluu an Kace.
and Third and Fourth. scp.Mi
WANTED AGENTS To sella desirable
work jnst pnhllshed, ".ItiHsn's Intorest
Tables," containing accural., calculations of Interest
ate, 6, 7, 8, 9und lopor cent., both snnplo and com
poiuiu, on all sums front onocout to $io,("JO. and from
uneday to six yearj. A rare opportunity to inako
money in tho sale of this new, cheap and useful
work. For further information as to succoss, testi
mony in its favor, ami terms, address (stamp inclosed,)
ur apply to J. HAZARD DA VIS, -127 Fifth-street.
WANTED SCHOLARS By a competent
teacher, soveral persons to receive- lessons on
Iheplnno; alio, instructions in vocal music. Address
"Music," l'sntiy Press Ollico. sepl-aw
FOR SALE A desirable House and Lot,
in Oxford, Ohio, situated on the corner of
High and Dccch-straets; square adjoining Female
tirmlnary. Terms of sale modernto.
Alto A desirable resilience four and a half tulles
from this city, near Cheviot. Lot contains eight
and n half acres, on which thore ii two good
f.rchards. Will tradn fnr cltv nronertv.
Also A (1(0 aero farm, in Jaspor Comity, Indiana.
Will sell low for cnah, or tnke parttruile.
Also 32Uncrus farming lnn.l.at $r? S por acre, alt
tinted neur the St. L"uia & Momnhls Kuilrond, A
rarechanco Is nowotfered for a cheap farm, with a
protfpectof incrcasini: sots per cont.,ai eoonasthe
roarl is em ircly completed.
AIbo 320 acre farm, In Livingston County. HIIiioIm.
Will trade, nnd pay haluuce ill cash, for an improved
farm near finriniuill.
Also JIuruHt-avouiie lots. Will trade fur n piano,
A lo Covington anl city propcrt., lor sale nud
Also Other valuable property for lalcj or, will
trado for invrchRndise.
Also .Missouri lands obtained on tho shortest
notice, at 8iO per acre, and Varrantce Heeds given.
Apply to f ATT IN & MOIiltUW, lieal Kstatn
Agents, Mo. 07 West Thlrl-street, Boom stn.nd
1710R SALE A RARE CHANCE A pair
.si. of fliir. mulrs ami covitihI wagon. Also a good
route, that isaylug from 820 to $23 perwoek. The
owner is removing to trio country. Address Box
1351, orcull ut3M vVoHtorn-row. lepi-b
IfiOR SALE GROCERY The stockTlx
turea end good will of a first-rate llrocerr
stand in a centrnl location, Stock small ami woll
scleclo'l. Inquire ut No. iU7 Western-row. sup5-b
IiOR SALE DINING SALOON The old
. and wdl-estublished Dining Malnon, at No. H
Knit Foil' til street, having seventy-live prompt pay
ing boarders, nnd a good transient trade. Forturthur
particulnrsiiiQiiire on the premises. sep3.d
StOR SALE A SCREEN A paper screen,
ten by twolvo feot. aluint now. Apply at Slits
JAOKSOJi'8, Mo. M West Fourth-streut Also, a
sniif of rooms for rent, well adapted tu tho dress
nmklng busiuesa. i.ep3-b
FOR SALE HORSE A fine young horse,
warranted hy the owner. Can he seen nt Cr. II.
LINKER'S stuhle, uu Sixth-street, between KinliU
and Mound. sep3-b
FOR SALE OR TRADE Desirable prop
erty in and near Covington, Kentucky, con
sisting of one acre of ground, with good house, con
taining six rooms anil kitchen, well, cistern and
table sufficient lor seven horses, on the Independ
ence Turnpike, within a quarter of a iiiilo of tho cor
poration line of Covlnuton. Al"0, a lot in the inimo
iliato neielihorhond, fronting Ally feet on the I'ike
by two hundrod ilenp. Also, a lot in Austen's divi
sion of c'.'Vin;;t.in, forly-llve ly one hundred and
five feet. The above prupurty will be sold cheap, or
traded for a farm wiihin one hundred miles of ('in
rimiati, either in Kentucky, Indlunaor Ohio. For
further particulars, inquire of It. J). ELLIS, on the
premises; or of JaMKs B. (SUA V, Attorney nt Law,
pcott-sti'eet, opposite Formers' Bank, Covington,
BOARDING! A large furnished front room,
for lady and gentleman, can b had at 319 West
Fifth-street; alone front building. Also a few single
gentlemen cau obtain boarding. sep3-b
T OST A BRACELET On Thursday, a
Lai plain gold bracelet, with the namn of Mary L.
Stewart engraved on the inside. Tho Under Kill be
suitably rewarded by leaving It with A. P. Stewart,
No. II Kaat Fro'.t-street. acp.1-b
LOST OVERCOAT I lost a white gum
overcoat from the top of my 'bus, between the
foot of Fifth and Frceinan-ttruels. The Under will
be paid for his trouble, hy leaving It at WOOD &
SUAKl'S, 603 SUth-street J. JOHNSON.
FOR RENT MEAT STORE One of the
oldest established, and host standi) In tho city;
fixtures for saloon reasonable terms, Apply soon at
KB wesioixtn-iireei. sepj-D"
OR RENT-FRONT OFFICE AND
SECOND FLOOrt-Apnly at No.M Front-street.
between Main and Walnut. sepl-dt
Jl'ST EECEIVEI). PMCE 23 CENTS.
For sale by Ii. aiENDENHALL,
ser3 At his now store. No. 10 West Fifth-stroet.
OYSTERS! FRESH OYSTERS
t HAVE COMMENCED FOR
JL SON the sale of J.B.MANNACO.'H. superior
raw fresh oysters. J.TODD,
Wlmleaaie and retail Agent for J. R. Masn A Co.
Oysters cooked in a superior style at our usual mod.
rata chug. auie-tf
Ir you want a serrant, advertise In
THE PENNY PRESS
Ir you want a bottae, advertise in
THE PENNY FB.BHS.
Ir you want to sell anything, advertise in
TUB PENNY PRESS.
Ir yon want to buy anything, advertise In
THE FENNY PRESS.
3 fact, every want (applied by advertising in
THE PENNY PRESS.
Kr.t.umi ft Wiluamb. Bale-rooms 22 and '-'4 East
Hiinl-tret. rniwilay morning, aeptemDvr to, at
o'clocl :, Jawelry, &o. rJeo adv.
H. 8. MiLirgft Co.,.r)Mnln-strM.t. Tneeday morning,
oeptemt or , at v o'ciock, uroceries, c. Bet auv.
Noticf. to Costkactors. Prepare) your bids
for street paving, tc, and deposit tho same
in the oflico of tho Board of City Imp7ovo
lnenta, before nine o'clock A. M. of (to-morrow)
Tuesday, Sojitembor C, for tho following
Brick paving of the following sidewalks, viz:
Eaymiller-stroet front Everett lo Liberty;
Baymiller-atrect from Liberty to "Western
row; Liberty-street from Pendleton to Western-row.
Circular brick nnd stone sowors, four feel
interior diameter, lo pass the walerundor tho
landing, front the north sido of 'Water-street
to a point below low-water mark of the Ohio
River, at the footof the following streets, viz:
Walnut, Vine and Plum-streets.
Rowldering alleys, forming gutters of Day
ton flagging, with the curbs, viz:
Thorpe-alley from Race to Vine; School
alley from west gutter of Johu-strcot to school
house lot; Piatt-alley from west gutter of Race
to east gutter of Elm-street; Piatt-alloy from
Vino to Race; Baldwin-alloy from north gut
ter of Soventh to south gutter of Eighth
street. To pave with limestone: Gay-alley from
York-alley to York-street.
CITY MATTERS. ANOTHER BLOODY TRAGEDY IN CINCINNATI.-
iVnother startling tragedy has been enacted in
our oily. Blood has again been shed, the con
sequence of which will probably prove fatal.
A man named James McLaughlin, who re
aides near the corner of Bank and Freoman
Itreets, early Saturday morning last came
homo drunk and commenced abusing a child
and threatening its lifo, when his wife inter
fered, and thereby became herself the object
of .his demoniac and unnatural fury. Her
soroa.tns aroused the neighbors, who ran to the
house, and one of them, named Honry lrocne,
interfered, and requested tho fiend to desist.
MoLau&'hlin drew a pistol, and ordered tirooso
to leave the house. Groeno,howerer, knocked
it from hvahand. Finding himself foiled in
his effort to shoot, he seized a cleaver nnd
struck him over the hoad several times, injur
ing him so toverely that it is very doubtful if
A brother of McLaughlin, who was present
during the affray, was arrested and held to bail
in tho sum of one thousand dollar?, for his ap
pearance on Tuesday next. Not finding secu
rities, he was com uitted to jail. Tho princi
pal offender escaped, but tho Police are on tho
alert, nnd we have no doubt of his speedy
CITY MATTERS. ANOTHER BLOODY TRAGEDY IN CINCINNATI.-HAMILTON COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.
The Board of Managers of tho Hamilton County
Agricultural Society publish a circular, in
which thoy state their relsons for increasing
the price for members' tiokets. The chief one
of which is, that the Society is now laboring
under a debt of some$9,0(IO, with interest accru-
ing. Ia view of the fact that most other
socioties in our neighboring oounlies and
States charge from $2 to ?'5 for niombers'
tickets, they were induced to believo that a
liberal view would be taken of thoir position,
and that the citizens of our county would eome
forward and lend their aid in removing the
Soolety from debt and assist in beautifying the
grounds, &c. Inasmuch as a goner al dissatis
faction is expressed in regard to the increased
price of members' tickets, the Board have re
considered the vote and roduced family or
members' tickets to one dollar. The Ninth
Annual Fair will commence on Tuesday, the
Cocntv Jaii,. Fred. Meyers, who was sen
tenced to the chain-gang by Judge Lowe last
week for the term of twelve months, upon two
charges of petit larceny, had a severe attack
of Mirum frcwit at the County Jail yesterday
morning. He was ascending a flight of stairs
when attacked, and fell, indioting a sovere cut
upon his right leg. Upon examination it was
discovered that ho was almost eaten up with ul
cers, several appearing upon his legs and body.
The members of the chain-gang held a mock
court yesterday, tried Meyers, and resolved, if
possible, to got rid of him. We are informed
by Mr. Bhockley that an effort will be made to
day to have Moyers removed to the Hospital.
9Mrs. Margaret Noewer, a Gorman lady
who resides on Fourth-street, uear llon, re
ceived a severe fall in Lower Market, near
the corner of Sycamore, laot Saturday. Kho
slipped upon a piece of watcrtneleu-rind.and
fell to the sidewalk with such force as to
break her left arm. Kho was carried into a
store near by, and a physician immediately
called. She was discovered to be enciinte,
and tho full extent of her injuries were not
ascertained. Bhe avss conveyed lo her res
idence, suffering iotcnsoly. Doubts are
entertained e to a probability of her recovery.
The National Horso Show will com
mence at Dayton to-morrow, and continue
during the week. Saturday will be the grand
gala day. The programme will consist of trot
ting raatohes for purses by all the horses taking
premiums; race between three famous trotting
horses; beautiful equestrian spoctacle by a
number of young ladies, etc. At precisely half
past four o'clock Professor J. C. Bellman, the
celebrated aeronaut, will make an ascension in
his mammoth balloon, "Leviathan." A half
fare train will leave the Cincinnati, Hamilton
and Dayton Depot, during the fair, at 6:45 P. M.
0For a good likeness, go to Applegats's,
No. 58 Broadway, and jou will be suited.
Plotures taken in all styles and pricet.
pB" For fine pears, peaches, quinoes and
grapes go to Hamilton k Co.'s, Walnut-street,
next door to Gibion House.
A butcher named tieorge Lawrence was
attacked at the corner of Hunt and Broad
way, last Saturday evening, by some eight
or ten men. Mr. L. received several severe
licks with bowlders, when he drew a revolver
and fired Into the party. His assailants fled.
The show window in the drug store of F.
W. Caruthurs, corner of Seventh and Mound,
was broken open some time yesterday morn
ing and robbed of some five dollars' worth of
fancy soaps, Arc.
Several houses on Front-Btreet, Carr,
wero entered by thieves last Satui lay even
ing, and jewelry, clothing, &c, ci tried off.
The Continental Choir of Cincinnati give a
sacred concert, to-morrow night, at tho Mo
Kondrell Chapel, in Fulton. The selections
have been made withgreatcare, and will, no
doubt, please the audience. Some of Old
Father Kemp's songs will bo sung.
Stiamno ahAj. John Stephenson was last
Saturday committed to the County Jail by
'Squire Crone, of Storrs Township, for the
term of ten days. Stephenson stole an ax,
valued at seventy-five cents.
At the close of the past week there were re
maining, In the main department of the County
Jail, seventy-three; In the female department,
:12; in the dungeon, 0 ; In the line department,
5; lunatics, (oolored) 8.
County Jailor Shoekley has fitted up a room
in the County Jail which ho terms the Fine
Department, for the rooeption of persons com
mitted for non-payment of floes. A good idea.
Diehl's olothing store, situated on Vine
street Hill, was entered by burglars esrly Sat
urday morning, and robbed of a considerable
amount of olothing.
- Eleven persons were arrested ia the Thir
teenth Ward last Friday night, oharged with
drunkenness, ami confined in tha Hammond
Captain William Class entered oue of the
horses belonging to No. 1 Fire Company, for
apromiumat the Florence (Ky.) Fair. He
carried off the ribbon.
A one-armed man named Cassidy was Bent
to the City Prison for ten days, by Judge
Lowe, last Saturday. Cassiday was drunk
and iusultod several ladies on Third-strcot,
John Hays was fined twenty dollars and
costs, by the Police Judge, Saturday, for
creating a disturbance in the Trcmout
House, corner of Fifth and Vine,
Fifteen building permits wore granted by the
Board of City Improvements during the past
Cowhidei). A hat merchant of this city,
named P. Ulmer,was oowhidedin a beer-house,
at Louisville, last Friday, by a man named
Frank Fisher. The circumstances which led
to the affair, says the Louisville Dtmocrat of
Saturday, are as follows :
The said Uliner settled with his creditors at
forty cents on the dollar, and withheld a note
of ninety dollars drawn by Fisher in bis favor.
After several years, Ulmor presented tho note
for settlement, and Fisher was willing to pay
the faco, but not the interest. A eorrospond
enoa ensued, resulting in Ulmer writing a
very insulting lotter to Fisher. Yesterday the
parties met In Phillip's bocr-house, and Fisher
immediately applied the lash to Ulmer's back.
Tho latter fled before his wrathy assailant, and
wbon Inst seen was making rapid strides to
ward the mail-boat.
Ho is doubtless ere this in this city.
Boy Kn.r.sn. Another painful accident oo
ourred about four o'clock yesterday, at what is
known as the Cattle-pens, on the Little Miami
Railroad, which resulted in the death of a little
boy named Peter Devery, aged eight years. A
train of oattle cars were being "letdown,"
wbon little Devery attempted to jump from the
fence surrounding one of the pens, on top of
one of tbo cars. He missed hia jump and fell
under tho train, when fivo heavy curs passed
over him, killing him instantly. His brainB
were scattered along the track for several
yards. His mangled corpse was conveyed to
tho residenoe of his paronts,oloso by. Coroner
Carey will hold an inquest this morning.
Conxs and Bunions. We take pleasure in
directing the reader's attention to the adver
tisement of James Harnett, in another col
umn. He is an old residont of Cincinnati, and
has performed suoh cures in the way of remov
ing oorns, bunions, .tc, as entitle him to
"world-wide" reputation. He has certificates
from our first citizens bearing evidence of his
skill, which he Invites the afilicted to ex
amine. He will wait upon patrons at their
dwellings, if desired.
Fair at Chicaho. The United States Agri
cultural Fair will commence at Chicago on tho
12th of Septotnber and continue seven days.
An immense gathering is looked for, and with
a view of accommodating the travel, Superin
tendent McLaren has arranged to tioket to
Chicago and return rift Beyton and Lima, for
twelve dollars. Soo advertisement.
3"We wero pleased to gee Ueo. L. Bar
ranger, of the Indianapolis and Cincinnati
Railroad, on the street yesterday. He looks
as though the fever and ague does not agree
with his constitution as well as broiled prairie
chickens and like delicacies.
EffA fight occurred at the corner of Park
and Fifth-streets, on S&turdoy afternoon, be
tween a man who carried a bowlder in a hand
kerchief and one who did'nt. The result was,
that tho man who did'nt got a severe cut on
the head, and the man who did a terrible
thrashing. No arrests were made.
.p5"Aa a gentloman named Kogors was
taking a rid in his buggy, last Saturday morn
ing, when, at the oorner of John and Ninth-streets,
bis horse oame in collision with an
omnibus, ran oft, upset the buggy and sinnshed
it up. Fortunately, Mr. Rogers escaped injury.
9-Rev. W. R. Nicholson proaohedhis fare
woll sorinon at St. 'Johns (Episcopal) Church,
oorner cf Seventh and Plum-streets, yesterday.
He has accepted a call front a parish at Boston,
Massachusetts. An effort will be made to re
tain him here.
p8 Joseph Rashkan, a lad about eleven
years of age, was drowned in the Miami Canal,
near the Mohawk Bridge, last Friday after
noon. He was playing on the bank and acci
dentally fell in. His body was recovered and
conveyed to his parents, who live near by.
BBWc understand that cars will bo placed
on the Cincinnati Street Railroad as soon
the track ia completed to Western-row.
GiE.Bt;RNn. A young German girl named
Zenith Wilka, in the employ of Mr. "Wilson,
So. 2'S Uichmond-street, was shockingly
burned about noon yesterday, by her clothes
taking lire from a cooking stove. At the time
of the accident, there was no one about the
house except a little cirl. She ran into the
street and gave tho alarm, but before assist
ance reached the unfortunate Zenith every
particle of clothing was burned from her
body. Dr. William Sherwood was immodi .
ately called, and dressed her -wounds. SI- ,e
was then conveyed to the residence of h er
uncle, Xo. CI Kosstith-street , whore, nt a 1 jte
hour, sho was suffering Intensely. Li ttlu
hopes ore entertained of her recovery.
Anotfirr Starmxo Cass. Several young
men got into a difficulty, lust night, ort 'John
street, above Third, when knives were lrawn.
One of their number, named Peter Mo ,re, re
ceived soveral stabs In the back, none o' t which
sre regarded dangerous. John Dona' an and
John Williams were arrested on chnrgf i of com
mitting the crimo. Tboy wore sligU Uy under
the influence of liquor.
An old gentleman named Peter Me
daris, for many years a resident - of this oity,
died yesterday at the house of Mj. Josephs.
Ross, No. 25 Richmond-street. Mr. Medaris
has for many years been afflicts! with a can
cer on his nose, and catna to the city some days
since to have it removed. On Imt Friday an
operation was performed, sod on. yes tor day he
died. Ho had for some time pat been Tending
in Clermont County, noar Batavi a.
Meteorological observations for the
Pinny Prksb, by Henry Ware., Optician, No.
7 West Fourth-street, Septombe r 3, 1S51,
7 A. It ,
6 P MstieiMi
6 P. M
Pcplcuipcr 4, l;i'..
Sewisg-Machinkb. We again call tho at
tention of our numorous readors and the pub
Iio generally, to the superiority of tho Crover
& Baker Sewing-machines over others now in
use. The construction and utility of their cast
iron seamstresses stands uncqualed. Office,
No. fS West Fourth-street.
Stabbixh. fieorgo Williams, maie of tho
steamer I'ooiioh, got into a liflic-alty, night
before last, with u person whoso n aruo we did
not learn, and received several s'jnbs, which,
though severe, will not, wo lenna, provo dan
gerous. A party of rowdies were arrested
last evening by Oflicer Mormon, when one of
them informed him that a, man named Mud
don was thoone who cut Williams. Madden
is still at large.
jjEZi-Tho examination of the charges pre
ferred by Mr. Thomas Uigdon iigainst R. 1C.
Taine, Commissioner of the Northern Dis
trict, took place at tho ollico nd' the City Clerk
last Saturday evening, witli closed doors.
Out of forty-threo witnesses , only five woro
examined, all of whum, as wo understand,
acquitted Mr. Paine. Tho conomitteo inndo
a report to Council, tho result of which wo
could not lea rn.
HiJ A collision took place on the western
division of the Ohio and Mississippi Knilroad
last Friday moraine, between a couple of
freight trains. Several cars wore crushed, and
the engines badly damaged. Tho only cuujo
assigned for the accident was that one of the
trains was behind time. Nobody wag injured.
TJnowxr.i). A boy about soven years old,
named James Mullen, was drowned in tho
river at the foot of Elm-strcot, yesterday af
ternoon, while bathing. Hn fell from n coal
bont, and by somo means got underneath it
nnd could not get out. His body has not yet
Malicious Shooting). A man named N.
Goldsmith was arrested, on Saturday evening
last, for the oriiue of malicious shooting, com
mitted about the 18th of Juno last, on Front
street. i is. "
The remains of Mr. (loo. I.. Hawks
were followed to thoir final resting place yes
terday by a large number of friends.
ES A young man named Da Butts, ctn
ployod at a mill, naar Bctts and Western -row,
bad his arm nearly severed from his body on
Saturday afternoon by a circular saw, which
he was using at the timo.
j739-rhil. I'.rumloy, oft Jacob iibnon,aud
William Hughes, two wall-known pickpock
ets, were arreetod by Lieutenant Small last
evening, snd conliued iu Hie ILniniitoiul
if"A tho Horticultural Fair commences
at Palace Garden to-morrow, the entrance to
the concert-room will be changed to nuodoor
south. The concert-room will be kept open
during the Fair. Admittance ton cents.
pSrk pickpocket named John Miller es
caped from the gang whilo working ou tho
hill sido last Saturday.
Editors Penny Press : Permit me, as Vice
President of the late Board of Uunderwriters,
and as Chairman of tho meotiug alluded tu in
your IsBue of the 2d, to correot the statement
as to its proceedings. The late Board of Un
derwriters was dissolved becauso its form of
organization was defective. A new organiza
tion was agreed upon, and a committee ap
pointed to recommend to some subsequent
meeting a form of organization mors suitable
to the Insurance interest of our city. The
form of organization, or who are tocompose it,
is a matter yet to be determined. No such
idea as oxcludiug foreign agencies from the
beneSts of membership was thought of.
N. GREGORY, Chairman.
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
No. 153 WEST I'OUUTU-STItl'KT.
I,. HARDING. prini lnals.
The Fall Term of this Seminary will open on tho
First Moni'ay of Kept ember.
DAILY LESSONS IN FRENCH BY
l'rofessor 1K UIl'ULF.S, of whom l'rofeesor
Fasqncllo says, "1 should, ileeni any Institution for
tunate in engaging him ns a toaclier of the French
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPB
FOUHDKV, It. ALLISON, Bnporintondent.
Prlnting Haimrlola of all kinds, ! Vine street tf
J. J. ItUTLER'S
Excelsior Fluid Inks.
Manufactory, 39 Vine St. M
' rHg.iTBiCALS. The re-opening of Wood's
T' j.ctcr under the, 'new management on Saturday
wtilng, nctvithstandlii the short notice and -
rwiio unpleaaantiinMof the weather, tnrucd out to
toavei-yajirceahle Inaugural ovent In the theatrical
firmament, nnd we are pleased to he able to oungrat-
iilatn tho public upon the acccasion of so excellent a
company undcraoahle anil gentlemanly a managers
Tho season opened with Morton's old English
comedy of Speed tiik Piot, presenting us, in an
excellent cast, the refreshing spectacle of an entirely
new scries of faces, and the performance gavo insu
rance of a very great improvement upon anything In
the way of stock company within the memory of mod.
em Cincinnati play goers. With Mr. John Ellsler,
our readers are alreuily pleasantly acquainted. Mm
Annie Waito has the physique, style and voice, rtaiii
woll, has but few had atnga habits, anil, above all,!
handsome. Although suite a novice to the stoge,
ho has talent, that will insuro her a pleasant autl
Mrs. Gilbert, as "Daino Ashflold," hid tho ino' t
difficult part in the rule f "tho old woman," anu
performed it admirably. If we mistake not, Mrs. U.
will prjvc to he the uioat valuable acquisition in a
lino of characters, tho want of which, of lato, has
uiiiilo tha redltlon of good plays incomplete on tho
Mr. Harry Laugdon is also n mot decided improve
ment. With an excellent figure, voko and style, bo
couiliiii'-i evident cultivation in a good shod, Im
parting taste, graco and case. Although, for a first
appearance, the part of "Hob Ilaudy" wiuj well ren
dered, Harry's vocation is most likely to bo in tha
In Durivajwwowelcomo the fallen knight or the
quill, who, with "eye in plilne phri'nry rollluff," has,
from seme unaccountable freak or other, cut the
scissors, pen and tripod, and tuken to "doing"the
l"W comedy, Tor which ho has au abuu.hmt talent.
If John will learn tho text, and stick to it, we shall
bo Me to (peak exceeding well of him borealier.
Mr. Uauu reads, acts and dresses well, and if he
will occasionally address the audience, and hold
fewer ccntidentinl conversations with tho winSN wo
s Iml I be able to commend him liislily, too.
In Bead wo rccognlie an olduiualntauco,avme.
what improved. With ambition, a good voico, face
and figure, ho ouht to becomo popular. His atti
tudes and gestures are still ungraceful.
Of liurd wo can nut judge; ho seemed lo have a
very ssvero cold, aud space will not allow a mere
general notice. Wo can unequivocally assert, that
a butter work lug company wo bavu seldom seen.
With the farcoof JknxvLisu a now rlnlmunt for
Cincinnati frlemlihip burst upon us in the phiuant,
handsome and delightful I'nniiy Dcnhatn, from New
Orleans, hornrstappeurunce aiuongus. With a lino
figure, cli.irmius voice, sparkling eye, pretty faco,
and vivacity, Bhe at on;e established herself in the
tetider regards of all the critics, and captivated on
the spot tho sensitivo ones. Mita Fanny marsotnp
"Veni vidi vici"as heruiottoetraightway.
Plr. EUsler has all Ibo material fur a brilliant en'l
succesnful "non, and has arranged for a constant
succession or novelties in tho w ny of store, specta
cles, vuuilovilli.il, bullets, Ac.
To-night tho starslitere, the MiiBoo Westans, tipnn
with Cukes Bisirn. These charming little bodies
are highly talented and very popular. They will nut
perform Tug Tiibkt. Fast SIbx, nor will un Immoral
or objectionable play bo allowed at Wood's duriug
the relgu of John Kllsler.
l Any omimiimlcatlonn from our friend will be
thuukfnliy receive. I. Address " Tress Reporter,"
lloxi'l, I'oviiiKton, Ky.
Florkrci Fair, Notwithstanding the rain,
tlu.ro was a largo number of persons present anxious
to witness th.i Indies' equestrian exercises, at the
fair grounds, which wero to closo tho flvo days' exlii
bition. Tho prim's were three in number : a silver
pitcher to the first, a silver goblet to tho second, and
unother of less value to the third best riiler. Ten
fair females contested for theso prizes, and for the
laureln uf a victory, und wo a 10 Informed th nt they all
did honor to themselves; bnt as thore wero but three
prizes, some had to be disappointed. The pitcher was
carried off by Miss Ayior, of JJouno County, nnd tha
goblets by Miss Ivatn Olarkson, ef Kenton, and Miss
Hurphy, of Doone. It is over j where conceded that
the utmost inipnrtiality iniirked tho distribution of
tho prizes, anil that nil wore satisfied with the de
cision or tho juiljrrs.
r3"Yesteriltiy was a lively day among
our Catholic fillo-citi7.cns. Tlie consecration
of n boll In the Catholic Church at Lowlubnrg
was Hie u:aiion for a grand procession of tho vari
ous l.'eniian "Kutolicho Vereius" of Covington und
Newport. There were two from the latter town, und
soveral from the former, all of which joined together
at various part of the city, ami when united, formed
a long procession, carrying bauners with various
ilevlcs, and accompanied witli baiuls of music,
VYI1011 tho procession met, II ley saluted each other
by gracefully lowering their standards. Conspicuous
anion? tho banners wared the flni; of our country,
indicating Hint though aliens ly birth, they were
Americans in feci in;'. The mingling of rrllgioim do
vices with the stars nnd stripes was strongly sugges
tive of w hat was upprriniut In their minds-Cod mill
p3r We have, for a considerable time, no
ticed a small steamer, about fifty feet long, lying nt
the 111011II1 of tho lilcklug. Yesterday we noticed it
plying Its way up the river, with about a dozon passen
ger!. Wo did not learn how far they purposed going,
but tho movement of the boat would lead nsto bo.
lievu that, if they proceeded fur np, they would be
till in tlie night coining down. With a lull head of
Bteuiii, it wits passed by several skiffs, the oarsmeu
011 0110 of which offered to throw out a rupo aud tow
tiiesti j iner up, which was indignantly refused. Wo
liopo the Captain will remember that "little boats
should keep near shore."
"Cmgi.TY on tiif Pr.AiNs." In our issue of
Friiloylaat, we published a news Item with tlicnbove
caution. Mnce then, we liavo learned that one of
tho party liteutloneil as murdered, is a son ofW.A.
l'inei', Hunker, iu our city, lie wus aged about
twenty year, nnd left Newport last April for the
gold legions. For some time past no word has been
received from him, and tho item above referred lo
was the first intimation his father had of his death.
The blow fulls li.wily on his parents and fiiewls,
ns he win of a kind and generous disposition. Ills
death will be greatly lamented by his youiigscUool
friomli!, who esteemed Cincinnati! us a kind icuool
unite. St'HOOLM. Our public schools will com
mence their sessions this morning at nlno o'clock.
The departments havo all been supplied with teHCh
era well qualified for the posts assixiicd them, and wo
have no doubt that the coming year will bo a pros
parous one; and that, under proton t arrangements,
tho pupils will ailvunco in their studies with great
rapidity. Free schools hurc becomo au essential ele
ment of American society, and their results havo
beeu c en more satisfactory than I heir most sanguine
advocates, of tweuty t ears ago, ever anticipated, Two
or three private schools will 1bo commence ut tho
pT Tho Liulieii' Fair, lor tho benefit of
HI. Joseph's t'liiirrh, will ceinnH'U. o thiscrcnitig at
jgf There wero twenty-eight marriage
license!! issued by the Clerk duriug tho month of
flir A lady residing on tiocond-strcel,
named Mrs. llih.011, inadvertently look a heavy doso
of laudanum on Saturday last. A physician was
called, who applied proper restoratives, which soon
I LU AM "DISS EV 7 ATTORNEY
street. j aep..-ay
MRS. J . A . '6 R T H,
LADIES' AMD GENTS
llctwoen Elm and Plum, CINCINNATI,
Combs, llnlr till, Perfumery, Fancy Soaps ami No
tions t oil kinds.
N. It. Shirts, and nil kinds cf Furnishing Oom'e,
made to order. an2l-am
n. a. sHtin
No, IIS Went Six th. street ,
CTXCI NNATI. sepl-cin
Pure, Still & Sparkling Wines,
Hat removed Ms WINK CELLAR to Ho. 16 HAM
MOKD fcTBEaVC above Third street. jylt
Subscriptions, ailrertlvrnents and eeroratanlce
Hons, address,! to the "I'rtrt lleuoiter," Box Si, will
be attended to. 1
Euicidk. About eleven o'clook yesterday
morning the body or a man was found suspended to
the limb or a tree by black silk neck-nandker-rh'cf,
about one mile back of this city, lu Tarlor'a
woods, near the west branch e. -ylor's Untek. At
twelve o'clock Deputy Coroner Payne ss on the
Remind, awl held an Innnest on the body, butcanld
discover nothing with which to identify It. From ap
pearance, lbi body bad been hauling for at least
two weeks. The deceased bad on a check ovarshlrt
ami a atriptd calico shirt underneath, plaid vest,
brown casinet pants, coarse cow-kMe shoes, about
half worn out, a hlsck cloth cap, and no coat; ho wan
about five feet nlnn inches high, bad a remarkably
small head, was rather slim, and his hair, which ha4
nearly all fallen off, was dark. lie had nothing la
his pocket except a small key, probably of a carpet
sack. Tbs Jury brought lu a venlirt of suicide by
;Sy"Tho Campbell County Agricultural
Society will hold its fourth annual Fair at their fair
Grounds, adjacent to the town of Alexandria, com
mencing on tho Mill Inst., and continuing Ave days.
It will be open to stock and manufacturers from all
parts of the United States. Tho product of convict
labor will alone bo excluded.
Served Him Riciit. An Individual named
Mark Goodrich, who probably had been enamored of
tho principles of tho old English law, which permit
ted a man to "reasonably chastise his irife," was yea
terduy fined ten dollars and costs by our Major. Ha
had been reducing tbo old Kngllsk to practice,
but found it a dearexperiinent.
Ketaken. Our jailor, by the aid of the
Cincinnati Polico, succeeded In retaking the female,
whoso escape from jail we noticed in eur Saturday
Thibtv Thousand Dulubs Worth o? Lots
roR Sale. Un Monday, the 12th Inst., forty-live local
will bo sold at public auction, at the Court-house, on
liberal tonus, the value of which is estimated at
thirty thousand dollars. These lots are pleasantly
located, aud we hope to see them not enly sold, bat
Too Bad. A man named Joseph Morrii
was arrested and lodged ia jell, on Saturday last, for
appropriating, to his own are a wheelbarrow belong
ing to tho late Mrs. Summons. His examination
comes off this morning. The fellow must have wanted
work badly, and it is too hard that, just as visions
wealth, to flow from the use of tho one-wheeled
hiujgy, wero beginning to nproar, tho cruel vigor of
the law grasped him, ami he was thrown into jail.
2tTA woman was arrested for vagrancy
in Jamestown, on Saturday last, hy Marshal Carr, of
thai dues, and brought hero and lodged iu jail.
SATURDAY, September 3—8 P. M.
During the week rast the Money market baa re
mained comparatively quiet, with u fiir amount of
Paper offering. The rate fur short-date good Pap. r
remains unchanged. Outside Paper tan not be dis
posed of at any rospcctiihlo rate; inflict, Taper in the
blinds of the street dealers is lookndupou with sus
picion. Exchaugo continues close, und the demand is quit
equal to thoeupply. Tho rate remains premium
selling. Some of the dealers buy and Nil at the
same Assures. Now thnt tho remittances for the 4th
liavo been nintlc, Exchange will not, in our opinion,
remain aa ttrni as during this week .
Hut littlo doing ill Suw Orleans Exchange, the
rate hcing discount buying; soiling at par.
Eastern Exchango In St. Louis remains at U pre.
miuin for Missouri currency.
Missouri Currency has improved here, the buying
rate being ?4 discount.
In Chicago Eastern Exchange Is VAWH premium
for Illinois, Wisconsin aud Iowa currency.
la New York good short Tuper, say 603911 diyV
date, 6,'i(.?.7 per cent, discount, with only a moderate
Wo have no chaniiu to report in Land Warrant or
Cincinnati Produce Market.
SATURDAY EVENING, September 3, 1859.
The market continues heavy, and prices tend down
ward. The ealcs to-iluy comprise iVI hrl"., in small
lots, at $1 )(o.l rMi for superfine, and Jtt trv.l for
extra. 2.71S oris, were received the last twenty-four
hour. , ,
WHISKY The market continues without chang.
Snlea of 700 brls. 01 SJferv'ic, the lotter rale for
l'UnVISKINS Bacon linn, and holders stiff at.
!l'4c for Sides, and "lie. for tsbouldem. .". hlnls.
Sh.Mil.lers sold nt 7 1 .'.; und ill do. Hid lop-fatted,
ut s'tc; and to do. nr. 7 and lie. for rihoulaers ana
.Sides. 1:0 brls. mess Pork sold at 811; aud aw brls.
Lanl at lu'io.
OIL A sale of W brls. Linseed at .'..0.
tilUICHKIKS SiiKar steady, with sales of OOhhda.
at Mc. for inferior, to 7 '..c. for prine, Molaseee
steaivat;',7i5 :is.c. Coffee firm.
WHEAT The market was very quiet and dull o
ilnv, mill there una but little business done. Holder
wero not pressing their stocks en the market, aid
buvers were unwilling to take hold at current price.
The sales reported were .TOO bushels prime White at
$1 11; :ii ii... prime lied at $!. delivered; iM) do. at
Mr.: ami ,'s do. good White al (w,
COKN The market is rather dull at 73c. for mixed.
UVE-A fair demand, und prices firm: salea ln
bmlu'la at 73c; and -WO do. at 7-tc, delivered.
OATS The market is dull, with liberal receipts,
and but a moderate domand: salea 2.30U bnsbelsat
40:.; mid 1,000 do. nt Ol.'nc
LIVERPOOL, August 24.
Cotton The sales for three days have been
17.KHI bales, including 1,'khi to Knecnlators, and MOO
bul'.stoi'Xrortors. The market clo.ed dull and nom
inally uncbungml. Somo authorities nuoua prices of
the inferior articles easier, thouirh not lowor: Or
leans) Middling 7d; rplunddo.fi lil-l&l. The advice
from Manchester aro nnfavorublo, the market being
quiet and steady, though prices vere slightly In later
Breadstuff Messrs. Richardson, Spenoe Co.
report Flour teiuling downward and price nominal.
American Im.sd.Ceil'.'s. Wheat declined ad.; Western
lied 7s lid.djl'.'s.; do. Whlto Si. Corn llrm and uoldsrs
are asking 1111 advance ef Ail. por quarter; Mixed and
Vellow.'s.i'il.(i.".B.'j(l.; White 7s.7s.iid.
Provisions lieof heavy and previous quotation
were barely iniilutultioil. I'erk heavy. Bsrou dull.
Lord 1111 iet hut steiulv. Tallow steady at Xi.
Produce Rosin steady at 3s.d. I'orcouinion. Hire
stmi-lv. .Spirits Turpeiitlue steady at Ma. Mugnr dull'
Other articles unchanged.
ARaivAi.8. Melroso, Portsmouth; Boston, Louis
ville; lluulelth, Muysvllle; W'snona, Muilison; Leon,
Dei'aiitvses. Melroso, Portsmouth; Boston.
Louisville; Dunleitb, Maysville; Weoona, Msdlson;
Challenve, Pt. Louis; Kcuiiomy, $t. Louis; Conswego.
T!4, II, I'nrvin, Advertising; Agent, Re.
efl West Fourth-street.
Ka"l)ngucrrean Gallery, South-went cor
ner of Sixth nnd Western-row, over Hannaford'a
drug store. Pictures taken and put lu goo cases for
tweuty cents. Warranted to please.
A ITCTION SALE. 11 Y H. 8. MILES
XSl 4 CO., Kiilo.rooms. No. 33 Mnlii-Btreet-Oro-ceries,
Cilseswuro and Liquors at Auction. We will
sell on TUISSDAY BIOItMNfi, Septemberfi: lohhds.
Is. O. Sugar; a tcs. Uim; itt bxs. Va.and Ky. Tobacco;
i.. brls. N. t). Molassvs; .'.cases Kip Hoots; 74 b.
assorted Olaesware; Smoking Tobacco; Cigars; Cider
Vinegar, 4o. H. S. MILES CO.,
"A VCXlO SALE. By KELLOQfJ &
ia. WILLIAMS, Sale-looms' and it East Third
street. l.ili'B" sale of Watches and Jewelry to the
trade. On TUESDAY MOUSING, September , at
nine o'clock, a large and general assortment of
Jewelry, of new styles aud good, and will be sold in
liberal lol to the trade.
A LSO-r. dozen Watches, assorted; 1 JUagio V) etch,
and several Gold Watches.
ALSO-Aetock of Plated Ware, of Castors, Knives,
ForKs, Spoona, Tea Sot, .
ALSO A variety of good Table Cutlery, and other
goods. A. KKLLOOO,
Sep.". A uctioneer.
AUCTION SALE. BY KElLOflO
WILLIAMS, Sulc-rooms L'2 anil 24 East Third
street. Ni'leuilid ilousirhiild Furniture at Auo
liuii. Ou MONDAY J10UNING, .September- i, nt
dwelling 31 Filth-street, between John and Smith,
north sido, tho entire furniture of a family removing,
Front Pnrlor. French sofas; sociables; parlor
chairs; Elizabeth do.; liifliblctup tables; ono large
gilt frame .mirror (cost Sli; Brussels carpet: what
not, and several of the nnest and choicest oil paint
ings that havo been offorvd this season.
Hack Pnrlor. Oue large gilt mirror; sofas;
chairs; tables; Brussels! carpet, c.
('kniiiber. One cottage sett; dressing bureau;
bedsteuds; bedding; wuihstands; carpets; wardrobe,
Dining-room. Extension table; lido board, and
a large assortment of Queen's China, glass and plated
Hltcliea. Cooking stove and utensils, and the
gna fixture!, c. A. KKLLOGQ,