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"FOUND," ic In thljoolnmn, occupylngflTa Hum
orkn, two InMrtlou, twenty -five cents.
VVANTED A. GIRL To work buttou-
V w
Apply at im Bichmond-itreet.
, , . wishes a situation In some house as assistant
look-keeper, copyist or as clerk in m dry goods or
fancy storo. Address MISS f RANK, Box M, Colitm
hus, Ohio. , op7-awf
VITANTED GIRL Liberal wages will b
7, . ra.l(1 gooi '"nu girl to do the work of a
i n .tiii un nig pin ill's, a F'
lllr ftt 171 Vlna.)nu ... - .. 1 ... i
X7"ANTED-H0USE By a umall family,
. email llouso, or sonie convenient room,
In aevntral partof this city. Tlie very b.t ref.
erences can he given ir retired. State toru'i.Par
llnilari, Ac., anil address "E. B" Box oil, PJt-
"LANTED A Houssof four orfive rooms,
, situated either in Oineinnsitl or (lovlnglnn.
Rent moderate. AdnTrss WH. JlcCOMD, No. m
Tijat Sixth-strest, uiiiclnnutl. Possession wanted
the lattsr part of thin month. wp-.b
" Muclts employment for herself or huslittnd,
Too, through nnraiMi are without means to support
their two cTilldniti. Lady accomplished; could un
dertake managnim-nt of a seminary or first-class,
boarding establishment. Gentleman sucuatomnd to
the grain business, Address, tlila Week. "WKT,"
this office. sapoti
,7 healthy woman, witha fresh breast ormllk,
isltnatlon as wet nurse. Several girls want situa
tions as cook, chamnnr-Uisld.dlrilug-rorim and tene
ral noii-worl5. A Gormnn boy wanted, from fifteen
Jo twenty years old, to till a situation in thorlty,
laatcnn drive a wagon. Apply nt my oftlce.M Klin
and ninth-streets. 'JH09, BUCHANAN. sofl-b
"Vay ANTED ROOM By two young men, a
fnrnisbed room, in sonie central location,
tlood reference will bo given. Address C. J. M., Iiok
YfcTANTKD-GlRL-A good cook, washet
siTtk Irxncr, at No. 3.M Vine-street, above
Riltr.. Nonn but a clean and competent girl need
Vpply. Call to-day. sepM
mm hnt'beds. AUo, a man and woman oo kfaro).
innmrt'. for two tiuys. at 121 Wnlnutat. HepMi
WANTED KOOM By a single young
man, aneatly-rnrnlshi-dslceplng apartment,
without board, In a central situation. Address "H.
it., sit tliie olllee. . Bop0b
XmrANTED TO RENT A sm&U houseTf
i 'wo rooms, or two rooms of a larger house,
euitablp for a small family. Addrew BKltOMAN.at
tiileolHco. Blate whore ail Interview can be bad.
. I?'i
XXT ANTED A HOUSE By a gentleman
w with small family, no chlldrnn. A house wlih
Out a hall not desirable. Address Box 7(9 Postofflce.
WTANTED-AQENT8 To sell s desirable
work Just imollshed, "Julian's Interest
Tables," contaiuluff acou'atocalcalatlonsol Interest
fit A, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 tr cent., both simple and com
txmnd, on all suras from onecsut to lu.don, and from
onadriy to six years. A rare opportunity to make
Money In the lo Of this new, cheap and useful
work. For further Information as to sucoess, testi
mony inltsfavor.and terms, addressCstnmp inclosed,)
or apply to J. HAZARD DAVIS, 427 Fifth-street.
WANTED SCHOLARS By a oompetent
teacher, several persons to receive lessons on
the piano; also, instructions lu vocal music. Address
"Music," Penny Press Office. sepl-aw
BOARDING Several single gentlemon
can be accommodated with board and pleasant
sleeping rooms at No. MM Bust Third-street. Alaoa
'( ladloscan bosccomuioilnud. Terms moderate.
nOARDINQ. Three or four single gentle
men con be accommodated with board anil
lodging at 2'JiS Wost Fil'tb-street, between Wostorn
low and John. Dy-boirillng S2 pur week, sopfl b
BOARDING Two single gentlemen can
secure a pleasant fnrnbibed room,wlth board,
in a private family where there are but few boarders,
nt No. 107 Longworth-etroct, between Elm and Plum.
Tonus moderate. sepS-b
BOARDING. Firaf olasa BoardT-h'ousT,
Hycamore-itreet, between Fifth and Blxtb,
west side. Large, airy, unfurnished rooms for fam
ilies. Board and lodging for single gentlemen.
eep6aw r, A. HOWB.
FOUND A bunoh of three. Keys, which
the owner can have by applying at this office,
and paying for this advertisement. sep7-at
ontho;d inat., two dark brown Mnloe. about
nme ago and alie. The owner can Iwvo them by
calling on me, provlngproperty and payingexpniiiies,
hi the law direits. HKNRlf OOODJUBit, Filth
Ward Ilouso, Covington, Ky. scp8a
rior Saddle Hare, medium size, well formed
nnd with good action; Is perfectly sound and gentle,
imd works well in dontilo burnous. Apply at J. W.
WAYNE CO. '3 Hardware Store, liw Main-street,
near Fifth. sep7b
FOR SALE An interest in an old estab
lished Grocery and Saloon stand, doing au ex
cellent business. For further information call at 204
J'lum-street. sep7-b
OR SALE 50,000 feet of first and feoond
common Floorlug Boards, on favorable terms.
For particulars, call ou I). MACbAN, No. 32 West
Bi.xtli-strcet, room No. 'J. Sflp7-b'
FOR S A LE-G R0CR Y hTDgt'oieaTe
the city, I offer for su e, at a bartaln, a Family
Grocery, coutrally locnted. The slock is small, but
well iwsortcd. For particulars, call at 174 JMain
street sep6n
A second-hand set of Blacksmiths' Tools. Also,
the Shop, situated near Lnillow, Ky.,aboutou fourth
of a mile below the Fifth-street Ferry. For further
particulars call on me, at the shop. IIENBY KLAS
liRNKK. . . sep6h
. . business nun, having command of jtl.nno, can
)iaca himself at once lu anion lucrative business,
yioidlng a handsome income now, and mmt ninke an
independence. Address "CASH," Cincinnati Post
ottlce, for one week. seprtb
liOR SALE A desirable House and Lot,
A- in tlxtord, Ohio, situated on the corner of
High and Beech-streets; equate adjoining Female
H mlnary. Tornis of sale moderate.
Also A desirauls residence four and a half miles
from this city, near Cheviot. Lot contains elghr
and a half acres, on which theru is two good
orchards. Will irado for city property.
A Iso A 640 aero farm In Jasper County, Indiana.
Will ell low for cash, or take part trade.
Also 320 acres farming land, at Qic. per ai re, sit
uabdnear the St. L uis & Memphis Itailroail. A
rare chance is now offered for a cheap farm, with a
prospect of increasing toil per cent,, as soon as the
road is entirely completed.
Also-32(1 acre farm. In tlv'ngston County. Illinois,
will trade, and pay balance In cash, for an improved
farm near Cincinnati.
Also Unmet-avenue lots. Will trade for a piano,
spring-wagon or barouche.
Also Covington and city property, for sale and
Also-Other valuable property for sale; or, will
trade for merchandise.
Also Missouri lands obtained on the shortest
notice, at Mc, pur acre, and Warrantee Deeds given.
Apply to PAT-TIN MORROW, Keul Batata
Agauts, No. 57 West Third-street, Boom J, second
floor; . sepfi-aw
IjiOK SALE OR TRADEr-Desirable prop
Jsl erty in and near Covington, Kentucky, con
sisting of ous a'reof ground, with good house, con
taining six rooms and kitchen, well, cistern and
stable sufficient lor seveu horses, on tho Independ
ence Turn pise, witnin a quarter of a mile of tbecor
p ration line of Covlnston. AIo, a lot In the imme
diate neighborhood, fronting titty feet on the Pike
by two hundrori deep. Also, a lot In Austen's divi
sion of Covington, forty-five by one hundred and
five feet. The above property will be sold cheap, or
traded for a farm wiinin ono hundred miles of Cin
cinnati, either In Kentucky, Indiana or Ohio. For
further psrticnlars, i mini re of It. IS. ELLIS, on the
premises; or of JaMEb B. CRAT, Attorney at Law,
Hcott-street, opposite Farmers' Bank, Covington,
Kentucky. au26-bw
f OST POCKET-BOOK A black, leathor-M-A
covered, Pockct-incmorandum, last Saturday,
Any person finding laid book will be suitably re
warded by sending it, or word, to J. N. BUSSBLL. at
Ills Lumber-yard Oltice. in Columbia. sip7l
Railway Guide,
! For sale by ! K. MENDENHALL,
,ep3 At Ills now store. No. in West Fifth-street.
53 WalnntHstreet,
ffcf .CWCINNATI. '
SON the sals of J. B.MAKN 4 OO.'H, superior
raw fresli oysters,- - - J. TODD,
Wlinlesaln wdrcLill Agent for 3. 11. Mann A Co.
1 Oysters cuoki'tl in a anpsrlor stylo ut our usual mod.
erato charges. ; ! auM-tf
RouTg yon Sals'. A gc od route for sale on
the Pmnj Prm. Inqjsif at tbt counting
room. ;
J-Stephea A. Doug'Jj j will speak at Court-
street Alarket-spaoe on to -morrow evening.
3&Nin prisoner) wep s received by Jailor
SUockloy, at tbe County J ail, yesterday.
fr-Dilg, the proprie tor of tba Banner
Ward House, is rapidly r covering.
afTA prize ball was g-.'ven at the Gorman
Iustitute last evening. Two hundred and
,fift7 couple vvera present.
pPeter Sleagber, for stealing a coat last
evening, tave biiaring before Judge
Lowe this yarning.
tfST In coOk1e(luno f "in the pionio
to come off at Pint RidTge, last Saturday,
Was postponed until' tbe 10th Inst.
ptir The City Auditor has instituted suit
against everal persons foi' noa-pt ymont of gas
jJEfTTrusteos of Eaglo Lodgo, So. 1U0, 1. 0.
O. F., P.iohard C. Phillip3, C. T- Adams aaid
B. C. True; Asa Clark, Clork.
pS Another match comes oft over the
Cincinnati Trotting Turk to-morroi v. Tb reo
horses aro entered.
Assignment. James C. Hall has runt le an
assignment, for the benefit of his erolitors,
to Mr. Thomas C. Ware, of this city.
strThe Ohio Sobool Library, at Me shanlcg'
Institute, will be opened to tbe publ io about
tbe 20th of the present month.
0At one o'clock this morning, but one
prisoner was confined In the Ninth-s treat Station-house.
&Merohants, patronize tho tw it fairs; as
hundreds of purchasers come to thij olty al
ways when these two palaces of ind of .try asd
beauty are open.
pSF Tbe re-union of the "Old V Woodward
Club" will take place on the 29th of the pres
ent month. A. E. Ferguson, Esq., will deliver
the oration.
Nktv Dmrr SHWtirra. The crowd of at
tendants on tho Grand Jury require increased
attendance, and, yesterday, D. 0. Sbockley
and J. S. Ritter were sworn iu Doputy
Shorifls, by Judge Carter.
3"Tbe examination of tbe pav-tios oharged
with being engaged in tho row at Broker's
beer-house, last Monday evening, will take
place in the Police Court next Friday.
Tng Bdbns Case. Judge Carter will not
try tbe Burns case again. Ho still bolieveshis
charge on tbe first trial was correct , although
a different construction was given to the law
by Judge Brinkorhoof.
Kintco&y Ties abi Strong. The iron
which is to tie the string pieces of the street
railroad of tho City Passenger Company is
manufactured by Martin, Williau is & Co., at tbe
Scott -street iron works, Covington.
Meteorological observations for tbe
Pknnt 1'iikss, by Henry Ware, Optioimi, No.
7 West Faurtb-street, September , 18ot).
O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer.
7 A. M.,.h.,.. ...,. 29.S4 5A
12 ar
6 P.
Oystsbs. We ask the attention of our
readers to the advertisement of Robert Orr, No.
11 West Fifth-street. Citizens buying from
Mr. Orr, may rely npon finding tbe artloles as
represented. He is tbe agent for Maltby'i cel
ebrated oan oysters.
Accident. A boy about sixteen years old,
named O'Brien, who was engaged in flying
pipers at the Enquirer ontoe, caught his fingers
in tbe press yesterday afternoon, and mashed
two of them so badly that they will require
r-Dr. R. G. Doveener, of Claysvllle, Va.,
has purebased the State-right to Virginia, for
Br. Karshners' Eleotro- Bathing Apparatus,
now on exhibition at Mechanic' Fair. For
purchase of rights apply at 218 Barr-street,
where the bstbi are in dally operation.
p3 At a meeting of tbe Rtookholders of
the Cincinnati and Indianapolis Railroad
Company, held at Indianapolis day before
yesterday, Messrs. Wiggins, Gaff, Wright,
Morris, Lord, and their asaooiates in the old
Board, were unanimously re-elected.
Concealed Weapons. John Walmoro plead
gnilty in tha Police Court yesterday to the
charge of carrying conoealed wespons. He
wag sentenced to pay a fine of twenty dollars
and costs, and be oonflned in tbe County Jail
twenty days. Walmore is known to the polico
as "sharper."
JgfAt a meeting of the County Commis
sioners, yesterday, bills were passed amount
ing in tbe aggregate to $1,5.17 Sri. Five
prisoners, Samuel Hooper, John Thompson,
Jos. Campbell, Tim. MoQivon and James
Smith, were discharged from the County Jail,
they being unable to pay fines and oosls.
S9"J. C. Woodruff, Esq., Railroad Station
master et Mil ford, found at his door yester
day morning a surprise in the shape of a
nico little infant (female.) As brother W. is
the father of several boys and "nary a girl,''
he kindly took the little stranger in, and
in tout-5 adopting it as bis own.
Tnx. MiMMOTft Mule. This piece of mas
todon mule flesh is on exhibition at tho Na
tional Horse Show, iu Dayton, which com
menced yesterday. Ho was tho curiosity of
the day. Ho stands nineteen and a half
hands high, and weighs eighteen hundred
pounds. He is, without doubt, the greatest
wondor of the age.
Elections. Delegates to the Methodist
General Conference Revs. Joseph M. Trim
ble, Frederick Merrick, Zachariah Connell,
James M. Johnston and D, D. Mntthor. Of
ficers of Old Woodward Club President,
Stanley ' Matthowsj ' Vice-President, C' B,
Evans; Recording Secretary, Samuel . J.
Broadwell; Corresponding Secretary, T. B.
Handy; Trensurer, A. K, Ferguson orator
on the 20th.
Cbsrlei Stcuane will be tried in the Police
Court, to-morrow, upon a charge of adultery,
A man named Pieroe Carey waa fined five
dollars and coats by the Polise Judge, yester
day, for exposing his person.
A little boynamed Charles M. Huston,
eleven years of age, was) committed to the
House of Refuge by Judge Lowe, yesterday.
A Fifth-street merobant, named John Miller.
was fined the costs of prosecution by Judge
Lowe, yesterday, for keeping a vicious dog.
Diljr, tbe proprietor of the Banner Ward
House, who wss stabbed some weeks einoo, it
is thought will recover. He has been better
for 'everal days past.
Paul Kugono, for stealing a pistol, valued at
twenty dollars, wos committed to the County
Jail by J udge Lowe, yesterday, for tho term of
three months. ,
The body of Daniel Mallen, the boy who
was drowned at the foot of Elm-street last
Sunday evening, was yesterday recovered near
tbe foot of Weitern-row.
A borae attached to a butcher-wagon on
Thlrd-ttreot, ran off yesterday morning, but
was stopped near the canal, having done no
other damage than to break two wheels of the
wagon, .
A coffso-bouio keeper, named Adam Har
Tond, entered a plea of guilty in the Police
Court, yeeterdsy,to the charge of selling liquor
on Sunday. A fine of ten dollars and costs
was assessed.
Henry Turner.oharged with stabbing Patrick
Murray, was yesterday held in the sum of
$5U0 by Judge Lowe, to answer to the Court
of Common Pleas. The stabbing was done at
the corner of Woodward and Sycamore-streets,
some evenings sinoe. ,
The oolored residents, and sorao visitors in
our olty, have a conference at Allen Chapel
this evening, on tho restrictive enactments of
tbe South as to free men of color. Several
speeches will be made.
A portion of the workmen on the Cincin
nati Street Railroad track became dissatisfied
yesterday in consequence of a now set of
hands boing put to work, and attempted to
create a disturbance. Tho Superintendent
immediately discharged six of the ring
leaders, and sent for Lieutenant Wilson, who
succeeded in restoring order.
Mr. l)omiuic, who keeps a cigar saloon on
Broadway, near Front-street, has for several
days paBt missed boxes of cigars from his
shelves. Suspicion pointed to an individual
named James Mooro, who was arrested yes
terday by Officers IUckotls and Biggs, and
some thirty-eight dollars' worth of the stolon
property found in his possession. He will
havo a hoaring in the Tolioe Court this
Board op Cit? Improvements. The sealed
proposals offered wore opened and awards re
commended as follows ; With Joseph Brophy,
at $1 45 per lineal foot, to pave with bowlders,
Piatt-alley from Vine to Raoe-streets; with
same, at $1 45 per lineal foot, to pave with
bowlders, Piatt -alley from Race to Elm-streets;
with same, at$l 48 per linoal foot, to pave with
bowlders, School-alloy from John-street west
to School Lot; with samo, at $1 48 per lineal
foot, to pavo with bowlders, Thorp-alley from
Race to Vino-strocts; with same, at $1 45 per
lineal foot, to pave with bowlders, Baldwin
alley from Seventh to Eighth-streets; with J.
W. Scudder, at45o. per square yard forpaving
and 15o. per cublo yard for grading, to grade
and pave with limestone, Gay-alley from York
alloy to York-street; with J. W. Cordeman &
Co., at 41J4o. per square yard, to pave with
brlok tbe upper sidewalks on Liberty-street
from Western-row to Pendleton-street; with
same, at 41 9-10o. per square yard, to pave
unpaved sidewalks on Baymiller-Btreet from
Everett-Btreot to Liberty-street; with same, at
41n. per square yard, to pave uupaved side
walks on Baymiller-streot from Liberty-street
to Western-row; with D. T. Hoke, at $2 15
per lineal foot for brick work, $2 per lineal
foot for stone and foundations, wall boles at
$2 50 per perch, 45o. per oubio foot for excava
tions, and $19 per M for timber, to build a cir
cular btick and stone tewer of four foot interior
diameter, to pass the water under Walnut
street from the north side of Water-street to
low-water mark of the river; with same for
same under Vine-street; with ssme for same
under Plum-street.
The Clerk was directed to prepare and trans
mit to the City Council, ordinanoes to pave with
bowlders, Coleman-street from Westorn-row to
Bank-street; Bank-street from Freeman to
Coleman-streets. Also was instruoted to ad
vertlso for sealed proposals for furnishing one
hundred iron lamp-posts and lanterns.
The communication from property-holders
on Mt. Adams was referred to the Commis
sioners of the Distriot in connection with the
City Civil Engineer, after which the Board
The following is a list of letters de
tained for non-payment of postage at the
Postoffice, in this city, September 3:
C. P. ITawks, Bichmond, Ind.
John Jone A Co,, New York.
A. Lee, Paris, Ky.
A. . I. Alexaudur, Louisville, lnd.
Ileorge l'ette, Snutli Amherst, O.
Cordon, McMillan A Co., Cleveland, O.
W. W. Jett, ranklort, Ky.
Jasoblt. Huntington, Aniesbury, Mass.
Hr.rmMiiF.a 4,
8. Amstrong. Lawrencebtirg, Intl.
.Iiis. Blnis, Frankfort, Intl,
.1. W. Heeclior, Toledo, O.
Mitts Caila Hurt, Washington, 0.
MIks Jenny Dade, Norfolk, Va.
. Messrs. B. Leiber A Co., New York.
Miss Ad. flschs, Monee, 111.
Father Rami, Columbus, 0.
MissFannlo A. Wright, Adams , N. T.
bamuel R. Wiggins, Crawfordsville, Intl.
u. JN. Smith, Lebanon, 0.
Mark Rricklnghnm, MInmlsvllle, 0.
John llazlering, West Liberty, Ky.
W. L. Hirst, Jackson, Ky.
Olm. II. Lewis, Heneca Falls, N. Y.
il. II. Hannaforil, Hamilton. 0.
B. M.Jones, Philadelphia, Penn.
H. A. Bradley, Ut. Louis, Mu.
Ooorgo 1). Marshall, Marietta, 0.
Miss Hell Hover, Miirietlii, 0.
Hnmnel liollher, BnlTalo, N Y.
Dr. John H. Orutf, San Fornanda, Mexico.
Mrs. Christian PorUir, Wilmington, O,
P. 11. Dunn, McAfee, Ky.
Woou'a Theatre. Last night another large
audience greeted the second appearance of tho Star
Ulsters-Helen snd Lucille Tho - drama, 'of the
Fbf.xcii rv was successfully performed. Miss Lu
cille' personification of tho Arab boy was very
good, and elicited frequent bursts of applanse. The
WA3DXBMO Boys or Bwitzxslawi, with Mlsa Lu
cille as "Paul," and Miss Helen na "Justin," was
well played. To-night Buckstoue's boautlful drama
of Tin FiowiRS or tub Fobskt will be performed, in
which both the sisters tppoar. The comt dlctta of
Somibody Eui will cot elude tbe night's entertain
ment ,. , . , ...
tThe eoncert of tha Continental Choir,
at AlcKonilreo Chapel, Inst ovening, wos well al
teiidod. Theiinglnif, .aft er the slylo of our Puritan
fathers, was rt!!8 . h '"iHurous applause,
The Draper's Palace The Mercer's Tem
ple op Fashion There is nu avenue of the
i. ... ... .
European capitals, or of tbe olty of A ew York,
uiiuuiuuu wun a more eieganc or convenient
hall, occupied ;by a Merchant xTailor, than
Messrs. T. W. Sprague 4 Co. will open to
morrow, on the south-eait corner of Vine and
Fourth-streets. Standing last night on tbe
steps of the Postoffice, when tbe whole build
Inn., til.. : . - t L i
.e-. ...uiuinaioiA oj gas-ugnis, its targe
uijotm gnus wiuuow roveaieu annuo oi apart-
meats completed in the summit of taste and in
great purity of style. As the apparel denotes
the man, so does the taste displayed in this
well arranged building manifest the proprie
tors skill and ability in selecting and making
up thestook and supplies. The amplest impor
tations of the most substantial fabrics, have
furnished this new establishment with the most
seasonable variety and quality of goods. A
new oorps of cutters from Philadelphia and
New York will Insure the customers tho most
fashionable garments. Tbe olock whioh faces
one of the large plate-glass window will
slways be attractive, and by it the people in
the Custoin-houBe square may take a note of
time. Sprague's dealings, however, ere for
Rich Dkkss Goods. Messrs. Deland,Gof?ago
A- Cuyler, 74 West Feurth-street, have just re
ceived a magnificent stock of dress goods, con
sisting of plain, figured and bayadere silks,prin
ted merinos, chinttos, wool delaines, valoura
de Paris, toil de valentia, and other styles,
which must please the frequenters of that fash
ionable mart. Their assortment of ombrol
dories and laces is large and rare, and com
prises oapes berthas, ooiffuret, point brussels
sets and Shetland wool veils. They also have
en hand an assortment of shawls and scarfs of
every style, quality and oolor. Our lady readers
will out find a better stock of goods than that
of Messrs. Deland, Gossagoi Cuyler, and their
sew fall dress goods can not fail to please.
Call and examine the now display.
jZ2Mho grocory-store of Mr. A. H. Kest-
ner, north-east corner of Main-street and
Canal, was entered last Sunday, and, by
means of false keys, the safe was opened and
robbodof$4 10, together with a numbor of
notes und papers. Mr. Kestnor, with his
family, was absent at the time, leaving the
grocery in charge of his father, an elderly
gentleman. The old man foil asleep, when
the thieves entered and committed tho rob
bery. Suspicion rests ujion two persons well
acquainted with the establishment.
2t?A Welshman, named William Moohery,
who resided at No. 99 Richmond-street, com
mitted suioide, yesterday afternoon, by hang
ing "himself to tbe wall." He made an ef
fort in the forenoon to cut his throat with a
razor, but was prevented by his wife. About
three o'clock his wife and daughter went out,
and when they returns J thoy fouud him as
above stated. Coronor Carey hold an inquest,
whichresulted in a verdict of "death by hang
ing." Lewis' Shoe Stork. Wo call the atten
tion of our lady readers to the fine stock of
ladies shoos, boots and gaiters, of Lewis',
'o. 80 Wost Fourth-stroct, which is not to be
surpassed by that of uny other establishment
in tho city. He makes a now stylo of shoo,
termed tho "walking shoe," which is easy
on the foot, and neatly gotten up. it is suit
able for ladies, children and misses, and is
superior to anything of tho kind overworn.
EtTPostoflico Clork Hoffmastcr was held in
bonds of one hundred dollars, by '3quiro Har
ris, yesterday, to answor to tho Court of Com
mon Pleas tbe ohargeof assaulting Mr. Charles
Wright, Seoretary of tho Cincinnati Gas Com
pany. We gave the particulars of this affair
in yesterday's issue.
SThe Independent Ordor of Good Sa
maritans are holding a fustivol at Franklin
Hall, corner of Sixth and Sycamore-streets,
for the benefit of their afflicted brother, Mr.
Alexander Cavins. Tha festival will close
to-morrow evening.
The Sunday Law Rrstriction. A publio
meeting was held among the German oitizens
over the Rhine lust night, which appointed a
committee to oiroulate petitions through tbe
wards, and present thorn to-night in tho City
Connoil, for the repeal of the Sunday laws.
&The trunks of goods taken from Haynes,
supposed to have been stolon, have been re
moved from Hammond-street to tbe Ninth
street Station. Haynes still remains in cus
SAttention is called tho advertisement of
Hawes' Gazetteer, to be found in another
rAllV ROinmnnlrAtbih. frnm nnr rl.tii.t. u.-i11 I,
thankfully received. Address " Press Beporler,"
Dox zi, tovingtou, ity.j
JWorkmenare busily engaged Macadam-
lilngGreonup-stroet, between Tenth and Eleventh.
Fall is coming. The leaves on the
beautiful sugar trees along the streets are assuming
their goldna hue, preparatory to falling. Every
season Las its music, its bsautios, anil autumn Ir not
the least among Us brethren.
9-A negro boy belonging to Mr. Simmons ,
residing on Third-street, ran awny, last Saturday,
and continued to secreto himself till Monday eveuing
last, when he was urrostod unil returned to his owner
by Officer Dickey.
He IlAD"Visim.u Mbaxs op Suri'OBT." A
man whose outward appearance would lndicuto va
grancy, was taking a nap on Gnwnup-stroot, yester
day afternoon. lie could not have beeu a vagrant,
however, as he bod "visible moans of support" in tho
railing of an iron fence, agalust which ho was
Police Court. Tho following oases were
disposed of by the Mayor yesterday mornins: II
Hoffman, for assault npon a man in his own liouso
having seized him by the throat nnd choked him,
was mulcted in tho siini of 317 00, Including costs
I'onntaln Newman, for drunkenness, was lined, In
cluding costs, tl 10. Robert Crocket, fur oarrylng
ooncealeil won pons, was lined SI snd costs.
Stock Sales. There wero .145 cattle, 73
sheep and 3.17 hogs sold at the stock-yard dining the
week ending September 5. Tbero was a good, but
nut full supply of cattlo in the market, nt prices rang
ing from $2 r to $.1 132'4 per hundred. Hogs were
dull, tho demaud being limited, anil prices iM cents,
and confined to fat ones; no stock hoes being In
market. Sheep wero in good demand, and the supply
full, There urn about forty Indian Ponies now at
"Drover's Inn" Stock-yards, for sale.
Fair at Odd Fellows' Hall. Tbe Fair for
tho benefit of St. Joseph's Church commoiicod night
before last, and will cnutlnue about ten days. Wo
visited the rooms, yesterday, and wero much pleased
with the beauty of many of tho attlcleaon exhibition,
Tho artlclot aro mostly donations, all of which are
to be disposed of by lot, and tho proceeds will be ap
plied to the completion of St. Joseph's Church, The
admission feu Is ten rents, nnd those wkntnay visit It,
will uwer regret It.
known as ono of the fine
j this city, not only as the route of regular and
indopendont omo jbus - lines,' but traveled by
iasi men ana Dy family carriagoa. The
scenery of hill ami river is graud. One
scene of the road, including the residence
and vineyard of Thomas Henry Yeatman,
has been handaomolv taintd In nil hvlfanr
1 . J J
Lovie, artist of this city. It is a picture of
1 merit
ffAu individulal named Leonard Wag
ner was committed to the Hammond-street
Statinn-houso, last night, for stealing twelve
watch guards and a number of silk hand
kerchiefs, from John W. Ellis i Co.'s dry
goods Btore, on Pearl-street, near Vine.
ZtSFK free fight occurred in a saloon in
Storr.i, night before last, in which three
brothers, named Kinnoy, attacked a man
named Stephens. Bystanders interfered and
separated the parties before any serious 1am
nge was done.
JTTho celebrated Marsh troupe, aug
mented by eighteen additional performers,
will givoa serios of entertainments at Piko's
Opera, oommencingon Monday evening next.
Subscriptions, advertisements snd csmmnulca
tlous, addressed to tbe"Pres Keportt-r," Box 65, will
bo intended to.
p& Msjor J. S. Hallam has returned from
his tour to Niagara Falls.
310" AV'hy don't the 'Cincinnati offioors at
tend to that nuisance just nbovo tho ferry landing on
the Ohio sldo of the river. Tho effluvia is rather
jjMT Captain Hooper, Charles Sedam, R.
Caldwell and a gentlomim from Cincinnati, luavo
fortho prairies oflllluola this morning, In search of
prairie ohiokens, grouso, Ao. We hope they wil
have a good time, generally.
Police Court. Thomas Surrand and Wil
liam lilrty woro flned $1 und costs, each, for disor
derly conduct, yesterday mornins. Homo fast young
men, whoso names wo withhold for this tluio, Im
bibed alittlo too mnch, and violated tho ordinance
against fast driving, a few days ngo, nnd were, yes
teiduy morning, lined Sand costs, ench. Another
Installment will bo before the Mayor this morning.
Lost More than He Made. Certain boys
have, for some time past, made a praotice of follow
ing watermelon wagons and pilfering, if opportu
nity occured. Ou Monday evening, about dusk, a
crowd of these reprobates determined to try their
hand on tho watermelon wagon belonging to a man
named Evens, who rosides back of town. Tln. mr.
ccedediugettiiigauielon.butweroHO hotly pursued
tliut one of tho party lost his hat. worth at least J2 30,
which Mr. Evens secured, lie says ir the owner will
go to Iiis house and claim bis property hu can have
it. Who ha lost a white lint?
liiiom So. ,1of this Court wns In session, Judge
Carter presiding.
l. t!. Miuckley nnd J. S.HItior were sworn In as
Deputy HherilfH.
Hovi-ral applicant for citizenship received their
html papers,
The Court remained open for the day lor tho pur
pose nf swearing witnesses who were to go befuro
the (irand Jury; nlnety-oim were sworn: the total
number sworn siiicothe session of the tlrnudJury
being two hundred and twenty-siv.
". 11. Pnrvin, Advertising- Agent, Ho.
SO Wost Fonrtli-street.
BeTDncuerrean Gallery, South-west cor.
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over llannaford's
drag store. Pictures taken and put in good casos for
tweuty cents. Warranted to please.
TUESDAY, September 6—3 P. M.
There was n fair dumand for Mont y to-duy,nud the
Discount-liuusos,as a Keuernl remark, accommodated
their regular i-uy(onitrs having up.roved names.
Short date at lutM2 per cent.; outside rates 151S per
cent, for A No. I names 3H to 60 days. There is but
littlo disposition to purchase outside Paper.,
KxcliaDgoon the East remains atj premium sell
ing rate; buying at 40ccnis. Tho demand has
ful on ul) since the 4th Inst,, and the market is now
easy, with a supply fully equal to the demand.
tJold dull at 3A cents to buying; soiling at cents
to !i nn-inlum.
Ni'iv Orlunns Kxclmnso dull at S discount buying
rate; selling at pur.
Kastorn Exchange in Chicago selling at 1 per cent,
premium; io St. Louis H; iu Louisville H for Ken
tucky Jlonoy.
Wo (juoto TJncurrent Money:
Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa I discount.
Missouri H "
Tennessee u
iii'iliiiiii t reo hunks parcel (t
Ooorgia awl Alubanui i "
Murtli und South Carolina I "
Casturn Tiino-bills, COdays dutc, f'(BS percent. No
disposition to buy longer date than two months.
The Inst dates from New York, Philadelphia Bos
ton, Baltimore aud New Urloaus,rcport financial mai
lers easy,
No change to report in the price of Laud Warrants.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
TUESDAY EVENING, September 6, 1859.
PLUUK-Thn market continues dull, without
chutiK'. Tlio demand ttus rntlior bettor to-day than
yestordiiy, but there were nioio sellers than buyers ut
the tutrs. 'J' lie shIis mid up 10 tssi brls. ut ?l fti(iil I'M
forsiipurlliie, und f!t 7i0 is) for t'xtra. Tho receipts
lint I m") nnd rapidly accumulating.
V II (.! i'Th'-' UDUiitud is active, aud prices Sc.
higher: sales of oi.j brls. at ZSMei'afati.lIm latlor
rate for wnaoii.
PBOVlSf0NS-A continued active demand for Ba
con, but holders nsk a lurthor advance of Jic, wblch
restricted business, and tho only soles wo heard of
woro .VI hluls. at yic. for .Sides, and l',uiO pieces com
mon Hams at f-'itc, louse: SU,0im brls bulk bides, light,
solii at -c, but good bides went held ut sHc, and
shoulders at d 'c. Nothing donu in other articles.
OlL-:i lirls. Linsd'dhoblHt.Wa.sSc. Jlnrkot rirui.
ffKlK.'KltlKS A good demand fur Sugar, with
sales of I III nlids; att'. vu,;:ix'. for fair and prime. Mo
lasses II nn at Coffee buoyant with au im
provmlileiiiaiid: sales of 200 bags ut H:4(ff:.1no.
WHEAT TUo demand Is htlr,am! prices nrenn
chanReil: saies of s,0O0 busli. good Hod at'jec; 600
do. priinudo. atlMc ; 700 bush. do. do. ut 'J.'ic; 100
bush. do. Hill nt 9ic.;l.i0 bush. do. do. ut$l;o.loo
bush, prime Whito, delivered, at $1 10; 200 bush, hi
frlorilo. at '.sic.
COHN The market remains dull, without change
lnRPv K-Salcsof Vsjo bush.'ut Ti'ic; a fair demand and
''IjTrl r:i--Tho marb-t is quiet, and steady at m
I ,l',:r V1'1 "IT mo , i t t
2,1'dHlilo., at depot, ut ID''.
Oil KKSK Sales of Ml boxes prime Westtirn Tto-si'i-ve
iitHc; lisido. extra lurutt uo at e.4jc; l.'iO do.
Kn'lbli Dairy nt I0f .lUJvc, ami lis) cases Norton's
J'ino A rifle ut Ultc. The market is linu, wish a good
ItlTTTKlt-A salo tif 2(1 kem choice Western Be-
serve at 1.1c; a f.tir iloniuml for the best quality at
I.X't.inc., but oiiiiuioii qualities are vory dull
il at
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, September 6—P. M.
Flour less active. Good grades heavy nnd
drooping. Common gnulca scarce and unchanged:
sales s.ootlbrls. at IjKf l 31 for superfine State; St 40(ijl
4 701'orolilexlmSliiie; Jl 7"i(ief) lor now do.; SKnJt 20
for suiwrllnn Western; $1 4ee4 wt for common to
guoilextrn Western; Si cH(fi5 lur old, and tftySJo 23 for
ircsh-Kroiiiid bruutis estm romiil-huo Ohio. Cana
dian Flour oiiUtt: sulin email nt t OHM ) for ex
tras. Ityo yiour dull nt .') MK.e-l no. Wheat market
Is dull nnd drooping: sttlos i.i.ki'I bushels ut Si OA for
;i,tsi bushels new Chicago Sprimt; Ijl .'lisyiil Id for now
White Kentucky; $1 :n fur mixed Kentucky; if :I3
fur new White Cuiiiiillan; SI 2K"1 24 for new Bed
Southern; $1 2J("'l ".7 lor new White do., and com
mon White New'Orleuiis and mixed Wt-storu on prl
vii In terms, ltyn linu: sains 1,200 bushels at alio.
Barley quint; new held at 'Xdpne. Corn quiet: sales
13,110 bushels at mm. for old mixed Western; Mc. for
fair new do., delivered, and site, for round Yollow.
Onts mostly ut J7'.. furolrt Btate; UKM4IC. for new
tin.; 376(14110. for Western, and Wnle.lor Canadian.
Whisky active: sales 7(1) brls at iO'jc.
Mobs Pork steady and nnchaiiged, while prime Is
dull: salos M) brls. nt $14 wvai.i lor mess; gl.t 25 for
prime mess; J 1.1 .VSJAIS (Ml for thin mesa; (111 74 for
.1... nH in )'Tiur44 fiirnrlms. Incliidtne 7M1 brls.
m"Mssellor'B option, forty-nvo days, etiiltoO. Beef
dull: sales 140 nils. nip .tubus lor cuuiiuy prune; ?j
In 7 2ft for do. moss; Sutill for repacked Chicago, ana
i'ie2il2 .Ml for oxtras. Heet Hams dull at Sl.Va)l7 "0.
it-. . niih.t mill iiiiclianird: sales iUK) hbds. Western
smuked Sides atMc Cut Meats buoyant: sales 100
packages at 7 Sc. for ill y-sal ted Shoulders, him SiMc.jror
So. Hums. Lard sloaiiy: sides MO brls. nt 10Mllo.
for No. I olty to prime Western. Butter firm at 13
loo. forihl , mill W12C. for State. Cheese selling
et 7ui.'Jvj' . iu umilily.
Cotton : ales lou bales. Elce Arm Sud active
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, September 6.
Cotton declined o.:' sales 3,600 bales at
ilSi'H1;-??' Middling. i-terllDg ExchwgecMMfsV
' 00 10" freights to Liverpool Hd.; to Havre
A CO., No. 3.1 Main-street Large sale of
Bulk Meat. Hains, Stionlrters and Kldes at Auction.
We wlllsi'llon W EDNESDAY MORNINO.SepleiQ.
ber 7, at ID o clock, at Ihe corner of N Inth and yo-inore-atroetH,
for account of whom It may concarn, a
la-irelot of Hiilk.M.-at, Shoubiers, llama and Bides,
damaged by Ore at tbe Pork House of McKsehan i
ep? H. 8. MILES A CO., Auctioneers.
t CO., Sale-rooms, No. 33 Main-street Oro-rerirs.GlasHW'tn-and
Dry Goods at Auction. wwlll
sell on TI1CKKIIAY MOKNINO. Pepiembern, in
'clork: Ground Kpices; Ground Gii ger: Indigo:
Nulmegs; B"iltords; llulter-roiie: Twine. Ac.
ALSO GO bxs. Va. aud Ky. Tobacco; 40 hrli. fmok
Ing Tobacco; 7 qimi ter-casks Brandy; 12 brli. Btur
bnn Whisky; 5 hbds N. O. Sugar; 7 brls. Crushed
Micar; 70 bxs. Palm Soap; 60 bis. I'eurl Siarch; 40
brls. Cider Vlnegtr: SVtsi bxs. Cigurs; 750 bundb-sC.
31. and B. C. Paper; 200 bxs. assorted Glssswtrs.
A l.si (;ntlis. (7assinisr.s, Satinets, Jeans,
Tweeds, Lusters, Tablecloths, Irish Linens, Hdkte.,
Ac Txrinscush.
epT-h H. S MTI.K A CO., Auctioneers.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton RAILROAD.
D A. YT O N:9
September 0, 7, S, 0 aud 10, 1859.
Fare for tho Eouad Trip, $1 75.
WZs to xcel anything of the kind ever given in
thu Cnlted Rtates. Some of the most noted horses
of tho country will beat nayton.
A large amount of premiums are to be dlstrlbnted.
Seals have been erected to accommodate thirty thou
sand visitots. And thecandidatesfor Governor will
address the peoploon Ihesth inst.
Thepiofiraiuiuefor Saturday will consist of Trot
ting Mutches, for purses by all the Horses receiving
preniiiuns, at J r. ai.; a usee lor a neavy purse-, oe
twecn three minims Horses, will take place. From
llireo to hull pant four P. HI., a beautiful equestrian
special Io, by a number of vonng ladies, who will
compete fur prizes, A (Iranu Bnlloou Ascension by
sions J. ;. bki.lman, at 4 r. .11., in nis ruammom
bullotm. "Leviathan. '' During the day, an opportu
nity will bti given ladies und gentlemen, to make
lerlal ascensions to the altitude of live hundred feet.
urin vlilltion to the Regular Trains, A I1ALK
FA UK TRAIN will be run daily during tho con
tinuancciof Ihe Fair. Leaving Cincinnati at6:45 A.
M., reaching Iiaytun at :nu A. M. stopping at all
way stasluns. Iteturnlng, will leave Itsyton at5:4A
P. M. stopping at all way stations, The half Care
Tickets, will also he good on the 7:40 P. M. Train
from Dayton for Mianiisburgh, Carlisle), Middtetown,
Hamilton. Illeiidub-uml Cincinnati, its regular stop
ping stations. D. Mi'LaUBN, Superintendent.
Chicago $12, and Return,
Cincinnati, Lima and Chicago
X to the U. S. Agricultural Fair, to be held X
Chicago, Sepiembei- 12, 13, 14, U, Hi, 17 und IH.
Tickets to be hnd nn and after the 7lli inst., at 'he
Tli ket OIHeos of thia t'ompany, at the new oJU,
viest side of Vine-street, between the PustotDcA and
Uumttt l-tonse. nt tho Waluut-street Houso, or at tbe
Sixtli-slreet Depot.
seps-uw B. McIABEN, Sup't.
Dissolution of Partnership.
JL existing lietweon us under the firm of WOOD,
LEA & OU., is this ilny dissolved by mutual consent,
Depositors will be paid by our successors, B. KLL18,
Ja.,4C0. W. B. WOOD,
J. MnC. LEA,
We cordially recommend our successors, Messrs. B.
ELLIS, Ju,, Ut Co., to our oustomera anil lriomls.
j.'mJc. lea!
Cincinnati, August 30, 18M.
Thennderslunnlhns this day formed a copartner
ship with Mr JAMES W. VINTUN, In thnnameof
a. Kills, Jr., A Co., for the purpose of continuing the
Bunking Kxcbange nnd Collection business, ut tbe
old stuuti of Wood, Lea Co., No. 1! Wost Third
street, and solicits 11 continuance of the patronage of
tbe friends of the old ft r 111. B. ILL IS, J a,
Cilicin nutLAugusi SO, IsM. sepl-aw
Literary and Scientific Institute,
No. 87 Erist Tbird-street,
September, for the instruction ofpersonsof
both sexes and all ages, by Dr. A. ClIBTla aud a
corps of assistants of tlie first order.
Tuo object of this Institution is to develop the
whole miin, physical, muutal and moral; to give him
a good knowledge of the most valuable sciences, arts,
languages and lit-iature, and especially the sreattet
of all arts, that ef educating youth for usefulness
and happiness. For puitlctilnra apply at the Institute
Vo A, CUBIIS, A.M., M. D.,
an25-!w President.
Ivl AS. J. A. ORTH,
No. 316 Fifth-street,
Between Elm and Plum, CIHOIliNAU.
Combs. Hair Oil. Perfumery. Taney Soaps ind Mo
tions of all kinds, j , ,, .
N. B. Shirts, and all kinds of Furnishing Goods,
made to order. aa24 am
Offlce-30 West loTirth-street,
public. In pursnit of a reliable Sewlng-ffla-ehine,
the most rigid comparison of the merits of
thse Machines with all others in tho market. We
court It, being sure it will result in our favor.
au30 Agents).
J. a. MORTON & CO.
Dealers In Exchange, Bnnk Note uni Cold.
Particular attention paid to Collections, and returns
promptly made. ; ailW-hw
etc., etc., etc.
Moiacy! Money! Money!
ELRY and all kinds of Merchandise, at low
rates of interest, at NO. 173 Vine-street, between
Fourth and Ififth. . 44
L. BYL, io CO..
No. V) Sixth-street, between Vine and Race, In
the Hodical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Persons who
may favor us with their patronage, can rely on pune.
tuallty and low prices. sapl-ar
tantly upon hand an excellent arrival of CJdr
Vinegar, lultable lot pickles.
m cnuuriun, urqcwr, .'.
el tOorner Ninth aud Vine.

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