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aged American mm. at any kli d of honor,
bla business. Address J. W. 8., No. Mi Western
tow. , olob
WANTED COOK A flrst-elsss, eiperl-
?n.?0J!l8 fi.tfi Pi1 -mo-row, oitober
, , B -"7 Tonne man who has had expert-
Swii,-.'f,chl?gl ln elF or country schools.
;EffOBWt of competency " eech thensnal n
i!i in DTIJB?h. higher mathematics and ths Latin
I??!.!. 'uegas will be fm Dished. Address Mo
at IMs offlcs, 010b
ply at tONO'S, opposite ths Bellview Tavern,
BycamoreHW. ocg-b
W-ANTEDTINNBBS Throe or four
' good tinners at So.H, West Fifth-street,
Arply immediately. oc9-d
w J . In iDacon and Gundrr's Commercial Cotlegst.
pood for fnll oonrw of ttudv in doubla entry book
keeping. Good for day and evening Instruction.
Apply to W. Jt. ACKLEY, at B. w! Tuttie's "m.
chanio offloa. North-west corner of Brcamore and
, ocs-b
7." bk-kFer, assistant Book-keeper, entry
Tplndlp clnrk, or ln any iltnatioa where he
oooia make himself awful either in store or count
JyL?rfm' or 8. young married man of several years
ISE? A; Address Messrs. Gibaon A Co., 202 Vine.
ltiyt,orO,H.,bol,3w, Cincinnati, Ohio, oafl-b
1 Ranted clerks, salesmen,
; bookkeepers, barke-pers, portera, eoopera,
Mrpentera, mechanics and others, can find altnatlona
? "Merchants' Clerks' Beglatry Office, No. l
Tvest Fifth-atreet.
ocM . .;. HT,K CO.
M. story, north-wst cornr of 8ixth and Wsstern
V"&,l,nU,i,,St'w"i lbt windows. Inquire of
HESTEE,touth..eett " of Walnnt and
Firtk-srtreets. olO-b
IjWR RENT ROOMS Furnished Rooms.
aply at No. ISO, Third-street, betwesn Bace and
A W ILLIAM3, Nos.23 and 24 East Third-street.
OltGAN-For any good article of trade. A
nanslii.me nngsr-organ, with two stops, mahogany
eaae. Address bos os, Post-offlc, Covington,
FG'R SALE PAPERS Several thousand
old papers at 2oo. per hundred, at this effloa.
IVT20?-'' fr0m 'dUik-ilwet,
I littl ihoyabout three Tears oli v.j
i bnt toned before; he was Beheaded aid 3
Ciark-stra at,
' -" B. I Kf II1H IIM
T OST DOG-A bla A New Foun(iluld
r i0& "Jinfr Thf V"llr nd b1,1"' lock! writ,
ten on t:g collar ' T M cljlu hUn , Pi,ne.'treeti
Pmv.R. 8." Theflnr-, w( (uitRbl rewordej
bvleevigblm at rtjOH QDINN'8 stable, corns?
of todgei auid GanoBUey, between Blxth and Seventh-
BO ARDING A furniuhed and unfurnished
r com for a family, and several single gentle,
men c an be accommodated with board at 143 Aace
' street, below Fourth. Alao, day boarding, octloc
BOlARDING. Two gentlemen can obtain
Board in a private family at No. 22 Wert 8ev
entn -street, Reference required. o!0b
fAOARDING Three or four young men
can be aocommodaied with board and lodginir.
at 2P Weit Fifth-stroot. Alao, a few more day
W)rdars wanted. ootglit
on the shortest notice, and In ths latest axi
jnoit fMhlonabls style, all kinds f
J ob Printing.
unmtm n noocaxri moss.
Pike's Opera-house,
OK -
Greatly Reduced Prices.
OS West Fourth-street.
' lpiaj
I yon want s servant, advsrtlse In
U yo want a bouse, advertise ln
If roti want to sell anything, advertise) In
If fon want to bny anything, advertise In
la fat, svery want snpplled by advertising In
3-Penny Press to be had every
morning at the Counting-room door.
Only one cent.
jST Don't forget that the Penny
Press Is tbo medium through which to
make known your wants t Advertise,
menta of five line and less, Inserted
twice for tweuty-flve cents!
Bksighed. Mr. "Warren Lundy hag re
signed his office haa policeman in the Second
Pbobati Coobt. Fifty-six marriage li
censes were issued in the Probate Court the
past week, against fifty-ono the -week; pre
vious. '
Scablbt Fkvib. The scarlet fever con
tinues its ravages in our midst During the
past week twenty-ono children diod of this
Shot Himself. A lad named Michael
r itzgerald, whose parents reside on Front
street, near Raca, shot himself through the
hand with a pistol last Saturday night.
Mybtbbious JDAPMAB!tci.-A lsd, aged
fifteen years, disappeared from No. 61 Abi-gail-Btreet,
last Friday, and up to tho present
time boa not been heard from.
Coronkb's IdtjCBST. Coroner Carey held an
laqneit last Saturday over the body of a man,
unknown, found in the Ohio River, near Mill
creek Verdict, acoldental drowning.
Rokaway. A buggy was smashed at the
oorner of Green and Klm-streeU, Saturday, by
a runaway horse. The driver wss thrown out
on the bowldered street and severely bruised.
Dbaths Last ?ik.-There were sixty
three deaths in the city last week, against
seventy-four the week previous; of these
twenty-two were children from one to five
years of age.
Polioi Coubt. Business at this Institution
the past week was unuually dull. Dj,orderiy
oonduotand drunkenness were the principal
charges. Twenty-six cases were disposed of
Saturday, wholly devoid of Interest.
,c Expknsks From the balanco sheet
Of the CitV AllHitnr nr (nil thot tl,
.of the oity for the seven months, ending Oc
toberl.tvere $357,641 19. Remaining in the
-""""j' u um isi inst., 412,300.
Pbtii; Labobkt. John Armstrong was
found oniKt. in ilt ci:.. st . ar... i
ot st ealing a coat valued at$l, and sentenced
to, bo kept at hard labor.
Six Brick Dwilt.ikob cab k.ts ti.a r
J. W. Smith's advertisement for these dwel-
llags, sitnated on the corner of Sione and
liOBgworth- streets; they will be sold at three
u uiuca mil aiiernoon.
FotJNDLISO. A -v:u
, . "nil. uuiiu nuuvrvntiy
abont six wee'ig oW, was found Saturday
morning bv Offioers Hays and Whitten, on
John D'.io Fonrth-street, which had been
left y mother to the meroy of whoever
.uigm ancover n. it was taken to the Mioth
street Station-house, and from thence to the
vommeroiai uotpital.
called upon to reoord another acoident from
esmphene. Last Saturday evening a young
lady named Mary Rosenkamp, who resides
with her mother on Stone-streot, near Fifth,
was severely burned about the neck, shoulders
and arms, by the explosion of a camphene
lamp, which sbe was filling while lighted. It
it thought she can not recover.
Stamkdb of Oxnibcses. Abont seven
O'clock Baturrl
with torches and transparencies were passintr
vuo juiiua luianai uepoi, to tne meeting ln
tho Seventeenth Ward, the horses attached
to some five railroad omnibuses became
frightened and ran on" at a frightful speed.
Four horses attached to one of the large
'buses took the middle of the road and ran a
distance of two miles before they were
stopped. The other teams were stopped
after running a short distance. No damage
was done.
Paieoif, Jail ado Hospital. In ths City
Prison, at the olose of the week, there were 132
prisoners, (83 of them females,) against 152 tho
previous week. Daring the past week 51 pris
oners were discharged. .
In the County Jail there were 8 lunatios; 13
females; S on bread and water; 20 on chain
gang; 67 in main-jail lit In all, against 179
the previous week.
At the Commercial Hospital 30 persons were
admitted during the week; 19 discharged; 0
born and 4 died Thomas Speeriog, Lawrence
Murphy, Mary Jane Pender and Joseph
In the Hospital last evening 120 patients
were under treatment, against 122 the previous
At the close of the past week there was but
one case of small-pox in the Pest-house.
On ths Wbono Tbaiit. A chap who had
been partaking of tome very bad whisky was
damped out of an omnibus at the Ohio and
Mississippi Depot, about the time of the de
parture of the evening train, on Saturday last,
and being "husseled" into the moving cars by
the erowd, soon fell asleep, and on beinir
aroused by ths conductor for his ticket, rubbed
bis eyes and Inquired if they "bad oome to
Xenia " "You are en the wrong track for
that place, as this train is taking you to St.
Louis." "St. Louis I" rjaoulated the aston
ished passenger, "why, I have just came from
there to-day; been five years in California,
and expeoted to see my wife in Xenia to-nightl
For God's sake baok her, Captain, and let me
offl" He was told be would have to go on to
the next station, and there wait for the up
train. Seeing no other remedy, he submitted
to bis fate, and we hop ere this be la in the
bosom of his family.
CorsTT CoiiiiresiOKBBS. At a meeting of
the Board of County Commissioners, last Sat
urday, orders were passed, amounting in the
aggregate to $1,868 84, as follows: , .
To C. W. Bunker, for excavation, grading
and oleaning at Carthage Lunatio Asylum,
$2(5; John Darcy, on account of sewer at C.
L. A., $150; Espache A Bro., twenty-live iron
bedstesds 0. L. A., $200; 6. H. W her man,
for bread furnished Lick Run Lunatio Asy
lum for the month of September, $248 70; J.
Casby, for atone and labor on culvert in
Sycamore Township, $207 68, N. Flannigen,
baianceon excavation at County Jail, $481 02;
M. Burdick, on account of Roll Bridge, $150;
and balance for sundries.
The Auditor was requested to have a lease
drawn for J. Knappman for room No. 11 in
Court-house, fronting on Main-street, for' a
term of five years, from October 1, 1859, at a
monthly rent ;of $25 room to be occupied
for no other purpose than a clothing store.
A Man Murdered in the Streets of
We are again called upon to reoord another
atrocious murder, perpetrated In bfbad day
light by a number of heartless rowdiaa We
visited Cummlnsvllle at a late hour last even
ing in eompany with Dr. Carey, Chief Wilson,
Jailor Shookley, and Tm. De Btck, Esq., and
obtained the following faoti i
aooui nan-past six o'oloek last evening, as a
gentleman named Fisher was driving his milk'
wagon through Cam mlns villi, havtna- in
pany with him a shoemaker, named Peter
Snyder, who resides on Rltlenhouie street, In
mis oity, mey were met ty a one-horse
baronohe, containing four persons Augustus
G-andolfo, Peter Oandolfo, Erastus Van Wor
mer and a man named Morrowi As they
passed, one of the party in tbebarouohe struck
tbeir horse with a Whip. Snyder jumped out
and demanded an explanation, when Van
Wormer remarked that he did not strike tha
horse, and if he was not satlsflod he oould whip
V l o j f , . . . . . - . r
mm. Buvuor reinsea to ngni, wnen one or tne
party, Augustus Oandolfo, knocked him down
with thebatt of a whip-. Friends Interfered,
when the trouble was supposed to be ended.
Snyder stepped to the rear of the barouche,
when Peter Oandolfo, a brother to Augustus,
roshed up and stabbed bim In the neck with a
sharp dirk-knife. Ho fell to the ground and
expired almost immediately. The brothers
Oandolfo were arrested by the oltiiens of Cum
minsville, and would have been hang right up,
had it not been for the timely interference of
Constable Reedtr, of Milloreek Township, who
took them in oustody and brought them to
the Ninth-street Station-house. Coroner Carey
held an Inquest over the body last evening, and
will render a verdict to-day. The deoeased was
thirty-five years of age, .and leaves a wife and
ono child to mourn his untimely death. Van
Wormer was arrested at the instigation of
Chief Wilson, in the city, abont half-past
eleven o'olock last evening, by Officers Chum
ley, Smith and Harrell. Morrow Is still at
large. Dr. Carey will hold a post mortem ex
amination over the body of the deceased this
Great excitement prevailed among the citi
tens at Cumminsville, and at one time it wss
almost impossible to keep the infuriated
crowd from taking the law into their own
hands. Snyder, tne murdered, was on a
visit to his wife, who had been stopping for
some days At the house of Mr. Fisher, near
Cumminsville. Wesaw theGandolfo brothers
at the Station-house this morning, and they
appeared careless and unconcerned. They,
infeompany with Van "Wormer, will have a
hearing In the Police Court this morning.
The deceased was a worthy man, and from
the evidence before the Coronor's Jury
showed no disposition to get into trouble.
He never Bpoke after he received the fatal
blow. His wife was sent for immediately,
and arrived to see her husband a corpse.
The Oaodolfos are engaged In the ioe busi
ness In oompanv with their father, on Twelfth
street between Elm and Plum. Van Wormer
drives a dray.
Tho Itanreiia train An t.li OMa enA
slppt Railroad, due here on Friday night st
ten o'clock, was delaved nntil after one n'nlnnlr
Saturday, A. M. The detention was caused
by the gravel train runniog off the switch at
me pir, eignteen mnes uownme roaa. jxoooay
was injured.
Rev. Dr. Boynton preached to a large audi
ence In Pike(a Opera-house yesterday afternoon.
Subject "The ministry of angels and the
recognition of friends in the future life."
Seven bridal parties, alt from Kentucky,
were at me opencer nouse last Saturday,
Mayor Bishop has offered a reward of $100
for tha oonviotlon of any person for illegal
All the street railroad cars were literally
jaumiuu wun passengers yesterday,
Politicians were as thiok on the street corners
yesterday as flies around a sugar hogshead
Cocrtt Finamcis The books of the County
Auditor show the following table of the re-
oeipts and disbursements of the oonnty during
lueinumn oi Deptemoer:
Disbursements. Becelpts
County Fund 815,239 74
Bridge Fund 1,632 64
Union Bridge 1,093 OS
Harrison Bridge 4,194 81
County Infirmary 315 04
Lanatio Asylum 11,159
Southwest'n Lunatio Asylum. 4A4 00
Interest....- 4,24 ij
Kond Fund , so
Sbarpsburr Boad 18f Oi
Cartbngo It'jad .... l,9t 41
Winton Itnad 24 33
Harrison K1 .... si 48
Cloves and Bridgetown Boad.... 15 uo
Redemption....- 15 00
Rfunder 2.18 60
Bullillnn Fund 7 1,(117 gg
Corporation Fuud 363,038 32
Store License ...
Peddler's License
II. E Hlatbem, I reaourer
O. M. Short, Treasurer 3(10 00
Reuben Van Bant, Treasurer
8. ahr, Treasurer
Township Fund..,....,, .... 1,983 39
School Fund.............. 116 753 83
m 75
17 6
10A 00
3fil 00
19 00
19 (10
M 50
2 0'
U2 58
49 on
4 on
932 21
14 00
1,748 01
987 Oil
2,uo on
993 03
Total 8516,820 69 $3,269 88
SST"The following assessments of the vari
ous halls and ool leges in the oity, have been
returned to the Auditor by the Real Estate,
Pike's Opera-house )2fl3,0Tn
Melndeon Hall
Smith A Nixon's Hall ....
Mechanic' Institute Hall ,
Jenereon ilall
Magnolia Hall...,
Masonio Hall
Odd Follows' Hall,
Metroootitan Hall. . . ' in
College Hall (-8,000
itipairni uo'iege m 35,00,
Eclectic. College 11,810
Ohio Dental Collogo.....................t............ 6,000
How is. That T The East Bud is in no
good humor at the offioial decapitation of the
beads of two veteran Water-works tmployu.
We mean old man Oppenheimer and Crony mas,
uerman oorn citizens, uppennetmer nasoom
meneed the day and closed It, these thirty
years past, in performing tne duties from which
he was, on Saturday, disobarged. We have met
nim dally, oftentimes after supper, with nis
Iron rod over his shoulders, attentive to his
trust. This oity haa borne great losses, bnt is
illy prepared to substitute a man for Oppen.
heimer. What's np ?
. "The earnings of the Cinoinnatl,Hamiltin
and Dayton Railroad for the month of Septe m
ber, compared with the same period last vear.tire
as follows: September 1859, $17,420 77; Sep
tember 1858, 46,848 It. Inoresse, 1572 61.
The semi annual meeting of tha stockholders
of the Company will be held at their office
gZTThe Western Dancing Association
composed of Jovial lads and fair lassies gave
their first annual ball at Metropolitan Hall,
Frldav evening. ' Mutiebv Prof. Wm. MoDon
ald and supper by John M oDooell.
fit" A man whose name we did not learn,
jumped from the window of the third-story of
a building on Harriet-street, last night, killing
himself instantly. 1 An Inquest will be held
over his hotly to day.
To Fohmtcsi HANorACTuaias. Several
thousand rzohaDge papers for sale, suitable for
wrapping furniture. Apply at oountiDg room
of Pinky Pbisb.
m. Kelly will be tiled before Judge
Lowe, Wednesday, to answer the charge of
pk light occurred in Lower Market last
(Saturday between a ooupie 01 ouwners.
Wood's Thcatrs On S.-mirilnv nfirht Imt
Mr. Jamos R. Anderson clos 'd a nn'St brilliant en
gemem at this eHtaWI-liment of two weeks, o
Penrlosj euccesively in IUhlet, O-utauo CBin.
lasts, MArsr.TH, Gistrpts, Th Homiikrs, Ktvfl
Sf?. D,AS,0. "B PttIiias. and JttciiAan III
eittent, evincing rlearly the high estimation Mr. A.
occupies In tbeiplnlonsof our citir.eps. As "Charles
de Moot" and "Damon," we think him beyond
reach ol any o'her tragedian now living, not except
ing the girat Macready himself; but for his TIaulgt,
wehsvHRO llkltiff: as vr dn not think him at uli
calculated to impersonate the found Dane, as In-
xnoea or m luminous stitnor. nr. a use many
gnbd qualities, yet there aro some blemishes which
are quite noticeable, aud, If corrected won'd place
him without an canal ou the k'nallsh or American
state, these faults grate harshly upon the mind
and ear of the lisiem r, bfciu.e of lh-lr contrast wl h
his brilliant nointa.and mlffht Im remedied without
S roving at all Injurious to particularstyle atur
ay evening last he appeared as Hicbard III to an
oversowing bouse, who frequently greeted his rendi
tion ot --wirae'i . nicnara wun rounns ot upp aue.
Nr. Languon'i ''Richmond" was very creditable to
that gentleman, evincing talents of no meau order.
To-night will be presented Ths t i a or Ira, In a
grand and brilliant form. Nothlnghaa been spared In
producing this beautiful play to render it attractive,
and those who have never witnessed It should by all
means go to-night.
Ma. A!r Mas. Chapka We are Pleased
to learn that a complimentary benefit to these
talented performers has been arranged, and will
take nlaca On Frldav nlaht nn-rt. at Pit Aa Orutr..
Mis. 0. Vabiax James. We understand
that this estimable ladv will shortlr alve another
concert at Pike's Opera-house. She li a charming
singer, and will bewairnly welcomed.
f AHobi Opiba Tbocpi. This troune. which
for ths put few weeks h been delighting thecltl
tens of St. Louis, will eminence an engagement at
Pike's Opera-house on Alt uday, the 17th,
Bbfobi Jcdoc Spencer. In room So. 1. a
great many judgments were banded over for entry
to the Oierk,
Doollttle vs. Steele, and same vs. Stoddard. -This
case was called up but laid over nntil next Saturday,
in consequence of the absence of counsel for defense.
It is an action brought to recover on a subscription
for stock to the Ailnntlo and Great Western Kaiiroad
ComOatlV. ThS SUbscrinttons ars marin nn nertalu
conditions, and plaintift claims that they are condi
tions concurrent ana Bunsequent and not conditions
precedent, and that be is entitled to recover the
Evana A Jones vs. Pntxnr anil othersAn admin.
Istrairlx was made a party, and allowed to file an
itoim Ho. s Amission to Citizensiiip. Judge
Hosdlr heard annliCRllnns fnr nutnrnllzntlnn.
TMrtynine were admitted. Of thee, four were
from Besso C'assel, time from Hesse Darmstadt,
eleren from Bavaria, ffnb froth Ballon, thtve Jroni
Hanoverj three from wirtembnrg, four from Prus
sia, two from France, one from Italy, one from Scot-
iauu, auu ut irum ireianu.
Judge Uoadly stated that he would tit on Monday
mori tngat nine o'clock and at three o'olock for the
purposa of naturalising; alio, on Tuesday morning.
- Ths fnllnwlnff ars
Places of natlyitv of forlv. nut of a vraat niunv mnra
applicants, who took the usual oath upon being ad-
iiiiucu as ciur.ens 01 me united stalest taxony
three, Wlrtemberg five, Hanover six, Olden burgtwo,
Hna.A nni.nnt.flt , .1,.. tl.. a I I IV ...... .
one, Baden two, Kaxe Heinlngerono, Austrlaone,
DwmeriHiiu one, rru;sia one, nassau one, ireiina
five, and England one..
Application to Admit Bail. Application was
made to Judge Hilton to adinlt to ball I.e,.nird Fow
ler, who was in custody on a charge of having In
pos.essit.n a large amount i.f count, rii it money.
Ann niuuuutoi unu reuuiroil wus l,(siu.
A bondsman was neroi-iHnrlv ..riLinrfcrl. who atatud
he had unincnnilhrtd properly iu Fulton to that
C"nn Ton mlist brlnga certificate frnm the Ve-cord-
rs dlllce to show the r,nlit on of the property.
ueionaaui I Attorney He has had it only a few
w-eksand it has uotyet b"en recorded.
Court Well, bring me the need, and let thl party
executf- a mortgage la addition to ih- recoeniznuce,
audi will lecclvi-him h b,il. Ir o l-e ihii. hs the
recognizance does nut give a lien ou the property.
No resDOnae was made to till, but. tha ni,rt let, rH red .
and the prisoner was renmndtd to jail 10 await fur
ther effurt.
Habeas Coarca A writ was sued out or- behalf of
, ' ,,"'"e" ln cnttody onavhnrgoof c m
niltllng murdir in Mlchdan. Tlie ground on which
bis aischarao wa-asl t-1 bj Mr. Tmii j was, that the
period within wiili h be vas entitled by law to have
an exaruintHi, n (tburdaya) hail expire.l. The Court
held that the prisoner could not a- ail hiuiMull' by ha
beas corpus of this provision in the law : h'.t remedy
was by nioti-n to the Police (Jonrt.
'Ihepr toner was then remanded.
Af-er granting a few nrntioiis for n -appraisement,
urv.l biiv wuci aujunruetJ ai,lll , innav uioruiug
i Subscriptions, advert Laments and communica
tions, addressed to the "Press Reporter," Box 86, will
uts KKUueu 10 J -
Resisthto Officers. On Friday night last
Officers McLaughlin and Riff arrested a man by the
name of llliam Fury, neur tha Ballroad Depot, for
simo misdemeanor, and while ou their way to the
Jail with him tiioy wore resisied by two men, lv the
name of rulllvau. The Suilivans, who, we u-ider-sand,areatt
cbeesof therai'rond pl ched np, n the
oincers, lescueu fitryiinm meir cu-rooy, nnu neat
ttiem eerereiy. They were eubsiQuen'lv arrested
and day before yestor, ararraluued neforethe Mav. r
who took the case -.nder advsement until tn.itav.
Oneff th" polDts raised lu the argument of thsrare
nv tne aeieuso was, tnat the Constitution required
the Marshals to be elected on the first Monday of
Aligner, wnereas inr. m. wat eieccea in January,
hence he was no officer, and had uo right to arrest
mepames. ana mat wnen tney resisted ntm.they
wore only reslstina a nrtvate individual. We are in.
dined to think the objectiou will hardly be sus-
Countebfiitkrb Cauoht. We announoed
the arrest of a counterfeiter, who vas eAiicrht nn
Friday last, and stated that the officials were after
more. Late on Friday evenirg, Officers Dickey and
Kiff came upou three more of thesa-- e gang, some
nine miles up the Licking, ln Campbell County.
From lo tiers found fl" their emeus tnev appear to
hail from Morgan Conntv. Hutitnekv. Turn nf the
four are named Brown, another Folk, and the namo
01 ine lourin we were unauie to learn. ADout seventy
six dollars in counterfeit and bogus money were
found in the crowd, most of it very poorly executed.
There are others ytt at large, who will without
doubt fall into the hands of the officers Indue time.
The different Sre enmnanies of this eitv
held meetings on last Saturday night, and app-dnted
committees to make tha necessary arrinitf.. menta tn
participate with the Washington Fire Companv, of
newporc, in rne re epiion ot (lie Neptune t ire Com
pany, of Da v ton Ohio, on their visit to Newnort nn
the 14th of the present month. It la expected the
Neptunes will visit thissideof Licking on the day of
ineir arrival. 11 so, mey win meet witn a nearly
Took thb Wbono Road. An Individual
while attempting to leave the ferry-landiner, last
night, took the direction from. Instead of to. the
thore, and the consequence was he fell Into the
river. He escaped with no other damage than a good
we'ting, which, Judging from his appearance, would
uu uiui ai.ue uoviiu.
The Enquirer grows Impatient on the
snrjject or the Cincinnati and Covington Bddge, and
urges its completion. For onr nart. wa shall ba con
tent to auggesttbe erection of a roof over the unfin
ished arcues, lest tnoy rot down heron tne whole
structure is oompietea.
Stock Mabkkt. Cattle continue dull, at
from 2 to 3)4 cents the latter price only raid for the
choicest lots Hogs are worth from $4 to $430.
Sheep are In fair demand, and worth from $160
an jroi ueau, accurumg. tu size ana quality.
We understand that aoetitlon is In cir
culation, which is being largely signed, asking the
vyieiuuauue u, no uiessre. iteynoias in tne agency
v. .uv nunuu AAprcBB WUIUISUJ.
A Drmooratio meeting will be held
Independence to-day for the purpose of selecting
delegatea to the Frankfort Convention, which will
uuuTDua ou tne nn 01 January nex.
Cioab Stobi Robbsd On Friday night
ana aouie sn.piciouB tooaing inaivianais were seen
loitering about town, and our offioers accordingly
ivifaarpiciRi care id waicn toeir movements ro'
Withstandina- this nraoailtlnn. thev aurendad In rnh,
bing tha Queen City Cigar Store to the amount
aooui seventy nve aoi ars. 'ine proprietor wss
no &e sick at tne time, tie nas out nitie capital, and
mo lues to Dim win oe a severe one.
Three boys were, yesterday, navigating the
unio Ktver in a sain, just suore tne terry landin.
au.. IIU villi, unci IV .14" luni m. .11, 11,9V, .lit, DrMIt
and fell Into the river. Xuey were all rescued from
The arrest of the boy Jones appears to have
bad a salutary effect. Ho drawers have been robbed
Newport ooffee-houres are all closed every
ounuar anv-uvxainpio ior our larger neiguoori.
The following is a list of letters de
tamed for non-payment of postage at the
a osuiuioe, in una city, uotooer fl.
Mrs WarvOopeland. Olii-nbut, 0. 'jsfl
P 0 Peterson, Williamsburg, u.
Bitam trostton, Aew fork, N. T.
- . 0otobr,
Warner Zelcn, Salem, I"d.
Mrs Ann M Oarev.gr. Louis, Uo,
Neshlt s Foster, Macedonia. 0.
Patrick Lee, Brooklyn, N. Y.
fSf Meteorological observations for the
Panax Pases, by Henry Waro. Optician, No.
T West Fourth-strset, October 8, 1859.
7 A. M.,.i.,l.. M.,,rt.
Oetober 9, lets.
is n.
a P.M...
11 M,
6 P. alM.MMi.iN,i,.s.m.4ViM
A. A. K;ter, CI ek.i, Wati'bes and
Jewelry, No. Sll aud 271 Werbrn-row,
$33" Dagoerreian Gullery, south-west eor
net of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford'i
drug store. Pictures taken and put In good cases for
twenty cents. Warranted to please.
pf M. A. Westoatt, No. U West Fifth
street, hat just received a Una stock of Boots, Sboet
and Gaiters suitable for gents, ladles, mltses and
children. He also makes to order, Boots and Shoes,
which, tor comfort, ease, quality and style, an en
turpassed by any eitablUhmtnt In the city. Give
him a csll.
pS We refer those In want of Fall aid
Winter Clothing to Friel McOulre, Merchant
Tailor. Ko. 294 Wtlnnt-ttreet. Their stock Is now
and Well assorted, and their Workmanship equal to
any in the e'ty. They hare a tne lot of vest pat
terns, which they are making to order at reasonable
rates. Give them a trial.
SATURDAY, October 3—3 P. M.
Money matters continue In the same close condition
as heretofore rep rted; the demand for Dlscountfiom
regul ir customers api ears to be on the increase. All
Diecnunt.houtea have heavy offerings of good short
date Paper, and accommodate their depositors t" only
a limited ex ent at 1013 per cent , the latter figure
being the ruling rate. The t'reet rate fur outside
parties Ii(gi2 per cent. Our merchants continue to
complain Jf their colleclinnt from the country as
belDg Very etnalli sotne of litem report that they do
not get over one third of the amount they were led to
K astern Fxchange remains firm at H premium,
soiling rate to customers. Outsiders are compelled
to pay an advance on this figure.
No transactions In Gold, Time Bills or New Orleans
Exchsnse, to anv amunDt.
no cnange in uncurrent irunat.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
SATURDAY EVENING, October 7, 1859.
hnliiera rnntlnnn rlrni at vnrv full nriCM. ThaaaiAa
comprise only aiObrls. extra at $5. 3,2ia brls. were
recciva miring ine last nours.
vt it isn 1 The sales were 700 brls. at 26c, includ
ing wagon.
IIOVISIONS-Tlie demand for Bacon eontinnet
good, and tho salea to-day add np 450 hhds. at So
for Shoulders, and loo. for Sines. At the close some
Sartles asked (Wo. lor8ides, and all parties 8X0. for
houlders. Hulk Meat sold to the extent of 125,030
lbs. at 7 and 9c. Mess fork i offered at $14 ft0ffll4 74;
and l.ard at lftKc, bnt there is no demand.
GBOtlERIKs-Sugar firm: sales of 60 hhdt. at IHdt
1c. Molns.es must be Quoted at 4112o. Coffee
Steady at 12(3120.
WHEAT-The market remains firm, with a good
demand: sales 1,800 bashels at SI 12 for prime White,
Hi (K 10 ft r fair to good do., and J il 04 for fair to
prime Bed.
CORN New is nnsettled and dull, and prices irreg
ular, We quote 60 to 60c. at the range. Uld It scarce
and firm at 8O0. ....
BARLKY - A moderate demand ana prices are
ateaov: sale 100 bushels old at 46c., and SOU do. prime
new rail at ioe.
RY K A fair demand at 7-VP77c.
OATS-The market It rather firmer and price a
hndo better! sales 000 bushels at 42c. i 660 do. at 42Xo.
anrtfloodn. at 44c. , .
POTATOES-Sales 100 bushels prime at 81 66 per
CHKHSE-Sales 4.1 boxes prime W. K. at8Xc.,and
176 do. tugllah Dairy at lOHo; market firm.
Exai or thb Popg The following startling
announcement appears in the editorial corre
spondence of the Courier d Etati Unit:
Piu- IX has abandoned the project of Inter
fering by foroe of arms la the uffnirs of the
Legation: but, in tevenee, be has manifested
afresh and mure energetically than ever, the
intention uf shaiidobing Rome end aocepting
tne aej!u-o oliered to him in the U uearlo ulek
bv Snaiij. This vcluntary exile of the thlel
ot Christendom will be a foot of which it is
easy to appreciate the gravity, aud France is
exerting ber utmost iuBuence to prevent it.
Our Embassador to the Holy See, M. de liram
mnot, has just arrived in Paris, for the second
time, in less than a month, to make the Em
peror thoroughly acquainted with the real
state of things, aod to receive instructions hew
to aot in tbls imminent Tills Jt is mainly
owing to his (fforts that blood has not flowed
in the Roma no u, and that the Pope is still at
the v atioian; but we are iofnrmed that ba is
the be .rer, on behalf of tha Holy Father, of a
rt of ultimatum from win -h there is no hope
that Pius 12! will reoede. If the astuteness
of Npolton III s'tioul'l bo ionufhcient to get
rid of this lat end most decisive complication,
we are ou the eve of the most solemn crisis in
the history of Europe
TgRMBLB Cascalitt. We are in receipt of
the particulars of a most shocking acoident
which occurred Thursday afternoon at the
Agricultural Fair rear Wellington, Lorain
C .unty. During the exhibition of horses in
the ring, a kind of ampitheater, filled with
people, broke down through the Immense
weight, carrying in the ruins hundreds of
human beings, men and women. The soene
that followed the crash beggars description;
the wildest confusion prevailed, and the
shrieks of the crushed beings were truly
awful. Scores were injured more or loss: but
eight were seriously hurt. One young lady,
ankle broken; one lady, leg broken; one lady,
hip broken in a shocking manner; two meu,
legs broken, and a young married lady, wife
a physician, bad ber spine seriously injured.
She is delerious. It is a mercy that numbers
were not killed, aod as it is, the affair has cast
a gloom over the whole county. Coiumlus
jSChnrles Cuatis, of Sheffield, Ashtabula
County, Ohio, left his residence about ten
weeks ago, since which time nothing baa been
henrd of him by his family. He is a man
about fifty-two years of age, five feet six
inches in hight, black hair and whiskers,
and is thought to ba insane. Any informa
tion concerning him will be gratefully re
ceived by his family and friends, and can be
addressed to J. A. Gage, Ashtabula, Ashta
bula County, Ohio. Athtabula Sentinel, !
As was the case with our Mexican
war, the late war in Italy has demonstrated the
uselessness of all extra display In army uni
form, and a oommlstion Is now sitting lo Paris
whioh has for It objaot the alteration of the
present uniform of the French army, with
view to making it as simple and as durable
praotioable. The subjeot oommands almost
muoh attention as a obange in the fashion
a lady's toilette.
pi The following is a description of the
remains of a man found in the Ohio river, near
the mouth of Bee Camp, Ootober 3, 1859 : Bad
on eotton pants, net under-shirt, cheok over
shirt, blaok oloth eoat, brogan shoes, eloth
vest ; about five feet two inobes high, age on
known j fonnd on his person one dollar and
cents. JHWison (Ind.) Courier.
Bboii Jail. Duke Vaughan, and Ben,
Everaell, a burglar like unto Buke, who was
caught recently at Cleveland, as being im
plicated with the Duke and others in rob
bing a German named Smith of some $400
during the Btate Fair at Zanesville, have es
caped from the jail at Zanesville, and $50
oliered by the Bcena for their arrest.
aMt Is stated that Mrs. Wm. P. Dana,
ferry Ale., nas preserved and pot np the past
season ntty-teven nunitrea pounds or straw
berrlesl Three tnns of preserved strawberries!
Add the tame quantity of sugar, and we have
nearly six tuns ot preserves, enoogn to All
or eight hogsheads.
Ikfortaht Suit A suit is in progress
the St. Louis Clrooit Court, Involving property
estimated at from four to six hundred thousand
dollars. It was brought In 1846, by Norman
Cutter, In ejectment against the heirs if the
Mullaupbv estate, the traot of land Involved
being near the Big Mound.
Fohttjsati EDiroa. The Charleston Afsr
ury states that W. W. Walker, Jr., of tha
Columbia (S. C.) 0;rnnf, has received
legacy from a relation in England, amount
ing to $52,000. He baa started to New York
arrange for its transfer to his credit. :
TVates Gas The Wilmington Republican
ridicule the statement of the Philadelphia
papers concerning the water-gas experiment.
It says it was a decided failure gave "a very
pour light, and emitted a horrible odor."
ffr-Hon. Edward Everett has accepted
iuvitulion to deliver an address at the Georgia
Btate Fair, to be held in Atlanta from the
24th to the 3Hth of Ootober.
ttales-roomt No S3 Main-atreet, be
lo Third -Fourth large positive sale ..f Iiry Gonlj,
Merchant Tailors' and Clothiots' d os, Hunts,
8hoes, Hats, ne Carpeting, 4r., at Auction.-"! CEti
DAY MOBNINO, Oci.her II, commencing at VH
o'clock, will be sold, without any reserve, 4311 lois
of Foreign and Di.nie.tlc I ry Goods, com pi laing a
very desirable assortment for city and country sale..
The largest and most desirable atork of Merhant
Tailors' and Clothiers' Go, ds. Trimmings, Shirts
and Drawers, ate, uttered Ills season.
Cases Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, to.
On WEDKIftDAY JIORNINO, October li, com.
men'lng at H o'cl'ck, 260 cases Boots, Shoes snd
Brogans, fresh stock, and warranted perfect, with
pieces ot Velvet, Brussels and Three-ply Carpeting.
M . B. The attention of city and country buyers is
Invited to this sale.
ocio THOMAS JOHNSTON, Anctloneer.
SHEARS i CO., Bales-rooms Nos. 67 and 59
Main-street. (Irocerles, arc , at Auction We will
sell. THIS (Monday. MOBNINO, October 10, at
o'clock, a general assortment of Groceries, consist
ing of ISO nbla. Molasses, 76 do. Be flood fuears. 60
bags Coffee, 160 kegs Nalie.gnu bdla. assorted Paper,
60 colls Manilla Cordage, 160 kega tlx-twist Tobacco,
100 boxes Virginia lbs. and s do.
Hope, Soap. Indigo, Nnimege, Bedcords, Beheldam
Schnapps, Cigars, Ground Spices, bmoking Tobacco,
Soda, Teas, 4r.
octO G. Bit ASHE AK3 k Co., Auctioneers.
ft CO., No. 33 Main str. et, second story. Large
sale" of Groceries and Roots and bho-s at Auction.-
On TUESDAY MORNING, October 11, at o'clock,
a general variety of Staple Groceries.
To close consignment! 16 tierces Rice, lis boxee and
butts Virginia. Kentucky and Missouri Tobacco,
S,f0 bdls. M. 0. and D. Bag and Btraw I'apor, 1 600
boxet Imported Cigait.
At 10 o'clock A large sfck of Men's and Boys' Kip
and Calf Boots. HroffAna. Wnmen'a unil MImm
Boots, 0.
P. 9. MILESt CO., Auctioneers.
SHEARS ft CO.-Bales-rooms Vos. 67 and t
Main-street. Boots and Suoes at Auction Peremp
tory Sale, to clos-. We win sell, on THCBSDAY
MORNING. October 13, commencing at a o'clock,
without reserve, 300 caes Men's, Boys, Toutha', Wo
oion's, Misses' and Children's Boo-s, Blioee. B- ogans,
Ac, and a general r.ssortment of fresh and deeirabte
Goods. Q. BKASUKABS ft CO., Auct'rs.
now full and oomplete, aud includes ths follow
ing goods, in large quantities:
Batcher's C. 8. Files, first ejunlityt
Butcher's C. M. Hits, Anebor brand)
SpenrcV Jackson's Saw and Edge TooIkI
Woatenholm'e Cuileiy, lusjrem variety;
Lnmsun, Uoodnow ct Co a Tnble Cutlery!
Axes-lb. celebrated L. C. it I,." brund.
the best and cbeuprst Axes In market
1,0(10 dozen)
Hunt's Axe and Edge Tools;
Walker's Chains, Griffin's Horse Nulla,
Armltace Monse-hole Anvil, Hoe it
(s.'ssawi, Boston lieltln Co.'s Clouds,
Auburn Plane, Maylor's Steel, &c.l
And a large assortment of AMERICAN, ENGLISH
be sold to the Trade at greatly reduced prices.
No. 55 Pearl-street, Cinr inaati, Ohio.
Io0t4-f '
PJ e w Store
South-east Cor. Fourth and Vine,
PRETTIEST stork of Goods for UKN'S
WEAR ever offered ln Cincinnati.
To make up to Heatare, will be large and varied.
New Corps of Cutters,
From New York and Philadelphia, who profess to
understand the art of Cutting Stylish Garmeatt to
ar For past favors we return many thanks, and
hope to merit future patronage. Truly,
that they are selling lumber at their yard on
Freeman-street, next to Cincinnati, Hamilton ana
Dayton Ballroad,
Than any other Lumber Sealers In ths cite.
"Quick Sales and Small Profits"
They submit ths following Hit of prices;
Cash. 4 Me'.
Clear lumbsr.all thicknesses, 1 In. mess t 7 JO $4(1 "0
Best Common, IH and 3 inch Plank...,- ffl no 30 00
Hctt " I inch Rcisrrl-.......... 23 7.1 2S (
Second " . all tl.lckneses.,......,...... 18 so 17 .so
Thl'd " Bord-....................... II 40 It 00
Grub Plank, face measure 21 W W on
Hemlock Joist, eVantling and Timber-. II AO II N)
Poplar " " " " la 14 00
First Common Flooring Bord. ... s to g7 .V)
Hecond " " " 2 7a m
Third " " 18 SO Jo 00
First Common Weather Boards............... is on 17 00
rtecotid ' " " .... '1100 HoO
Cxddr Posts, 4 by 4. ffet, per hguJreC... tA no ( (1 00
Cedar " for fcnelng, m 80 on MM
Locust " " " ' - i tW 40
A farther reduction of 2X per sent will bemads on
bills of Ik or more.
We have one of the largest and best selected stocks
of Lnmtwr In the Ciuclnuatt merkft, which ws ofa-r
for sale at the above pi ices.
(Frontinf tho Steamboat Landing.)
North-east Corner Rroauw aj aud Front.
E. F. tEVEEIli'O, Proprietor. ;
(o-T-rtn 1 .
Dixon's Vegetable Pills.
TIRELT of veaetable substsuce. , They are
sugar-coated, and snptrlor to any other for Headache
and Bullous affections, nrs-lo by

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