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The Penny Press (Newspaper) - October 27, 1859, Cincinnati, OhioWanted. Wants Iob Bali to lit lost "jroohd,"4o., in this of Luann Oom Pyung five 11dm or Lesa two insertion Twenty Fly a cents. Wanted a Good Stout boy who itto work at the "caledonianghapb9, it9. Oct b wanted immediately a g1irlhouu-Wor k and cooking for a mall family. Hone need apply that not under stand of Outing. Apply at 180 t. Oc27b wanted a partner in an Nayong per Ankum Eash capital required 3,600. Address v. T., Post. Oduca Box 142, with real name. Oc27o "vx7-Ante a Man who can writ a Plain and. Aleo. Hal of Verlone Kinda male and Remak apply at the general information Agency to. Tii Western Rowa. D. Rabbon k 00. 0027b wanted work a Good Carpenter wants employment in City or country. Address at Lila office. Coffa i wanted girl a Small girl to Taka child. Apply at 32v West fifth it. Tcc27b wanted watches an which Good Western land will be exchanged at reasonable rates. Addrena Box 1,069, Cincinnati. Ohio. Oc26b wanted to sell and and Bacon Good for and Day and evening study. Young men save Noney by buying it apply at Tafft a Exchange a Ifica Sycamore and third Stree t. W. . Oc26b wanted situation by a Young Well acquainted in the City to drive Wagon peddle a preferred. Addrena ii. B Thia of Leo. Oc6b wanted a situation by a Young or in any capacity where to can Mako himself useful. Addrena jhk1st0phkr Boll Donlon Exchange 17s taut front St. Ocz6b wanted familial wanting oho Ioe help with Good Cooks or Girts to chamber work. Also girls for general House Wor plea Ocallar lbs. Wallner o intelligence Vilice fifth Stree 308, Between we Tom to and wanted to learn dress making. Oc26b wanted errand boy a Oloan of 16 years speaking English and German May apply Between 10 a. And 4 p. M., Atno. 73 West third. Street up stairs Trout room Over Kagle insurance company. Uc26b it wanted clerks salesmen Bjork keep w Era porters Coopers mechanics labourers and others can Rind situations at the Mer chants clerks yogis try office. To. 281 West lock t Malm a co. Wanted Tiro Good Madison Louse Covington or. Oc2cb wanted a German girl non apply for general House Wor at 4a7 Welt . anal ran. Miller oe26b wanted Board by a gentleman with two children in a Small fam ily would not object to to a Short distance out of the Silty on the line of an omnibus or and. Dream Box 1,380, potato slice. Oc2cb wanted to sell $3,100 of honks. We and $2,000 of jewelry. Twenty per cent in rash Tho balance in Indiana Illinoia or Iowa lands taken in payment. Address Nimrod at the of the commercial wanted situation to Rookin a Small family. References Given. Address m. A t Ihla office. Ocamb wanted ladies Gaiter girls that Tully understand fitting ran land employment by making application at 484 John Stree Between Everett and David. To Good fitters steady employment will be Given. Oc26b wanted situation. By a Yonn Speaks English and Herman As por Ter in a wholesale dry Good store. Good reference my Ven. Address ii. B this office. Oc2m wanted to event a House for containing about three or four rooms and Kitchen. Distance not min utes walk from fifth Stree t Market address or rail personally at to. 122 fifth Street in the wanted agents and others to Wallther is and a variety of other tilings Flat int e to travel with at , Xii asian a tos., Ocie Odds no 8 West. Third Stree t. Fob Sale. For Sale the right to. Baths for Ohio. For terms Call or address the Patentee at 218 Barr Street Ohio.oc27b for Sale a porn Nio family flour Stefl grinding apparatus consisting of one second Hanwell worn but yet Good and Strong Lour horse threshing. Power. Thirty feet of new belting and Ono of Hedges free a co. A Tom thumb grist Mills nearly new and All in Complete running order without further expense for Al Turos. Flavins no use for the above i will sell the whole for $75, Norl deliver at Railroad River or canal or will Exchange for Anfe family horse and nay difference. We. 11. Cla11k, to. 496 Cincinnati. Oc26a or Sale a fire Yearld Blok horse 16 bands High a arranged gun tie and sound. Darling two to Power Aud Complete having been used Only two months Are As Good As new. Also a m Cord Wood cart. of which will be sold separate or together. A Misti re at grocery Yyi by Corner of fifth and pie Sou sir not oc26il" 0& Sale lease and fixtures of a bakery and grocery stand. Inquire Corner of front and Plum Street oc29aw Foll Bale Barg in vacantm0 feet on North Side of fourth Stre 23 on the North Side of Kintli Aroet i feet on the a orb Side of seventh Stites 122 Fot on the South Side of sixth at e t. Besa lots Are offered 2i per cent loss than former prices. 0. P. Hull 171 Walnut Street next to Tison House. Octet for s a be omnibuses peddle wagons wagons and buggies.3. B. Paid mkt Bank tree t omnibus factory. ays Asas for rent. For rent shop a Good work shop,90 feet centrally located Sui Alile for a Good manufacturing shop near third and Alain. Apply at press office. 00271 for rent a lot 30 foot front on running through to canal Basin in feet. Also one fit feet front and iad feet deep wit i s thereon on same Street Between eighth and ninth Street s. Apply to Drames West Corner front mud Sycamore Street or at 124 eat oc26d boarding. Boarding several gentlemen Oan be with Board at 181 Broadway be tween fifth and sixth. Streete. A second Stor front room vacant. Alio accommodation for a few oc27b boarding one or two gentlemen Ovanin a private family. Apartments if required apply at w ninth Street Between Walnut and Vine. Oc26b" lost. T .0st a White Pointer d00aj Tan ears split half an Inch Tan snot on Back near tall. Answers to the name of 11 pm. A suitable Reward will be Given by returning him to no. Ii Rierson settee user i Amnion Ana . V Mcgah j. We j. W. J. 1uipin, Fey Halpin & co. Auction and Commissio nuo. 31 sixth Street near Walnut Cincinnati Ohio will Soli and inks Cash nudes on All kinds of merchandise. Regular Sale Days ticks Layland fridays. Alijo every Kvenlog. Oc22c a co a Eon i and , two boxes extra genuine italian Maccaroni and Vermicelli. Forsake by a. Mcdona Iid co., oc24 its. M and m West Fourt of Nolish crack n Ells. J ust Rem Ujj ck1vep, 13 this fresh in slash Crar Knell. Forsake by ,. A. Mcdonald & co., oc24 Kos. M and 2r.t West fourth Street. Isa us. Just received 3.s0o very Superior Havana Clara. Of Sale b oc2i not w and 249 West fourth Street. New buckwheat another lot of Exi buckwheat real Josf received and for Sale by John Fol Oguso cell grocer Corner mint i and Vine. Smoked Alibct-5om e7eryn Ioe just rec ired and Franle in ocil2 Joun of Boubon Cor. 9lh and Vine. Teas a Large and Well assorted Stock of Green and Black teas in store and of r Aale by John Feu upon oo22 Corner ninth and Vine. William Disney attorney buildings to. I last third Street Kaepa a of the press. Thursday. Of Tobuk 1 7 wants wants it Yon want a servant advertise in the Penny press in Yon want a House advertise in the Penn pkbs8. In Yon want to sell anything advertise in the Penny press. In Yon want to Bur anything advertise in the Penny press. La fast every want supplied by advertising in. The Penny prrh9. City matters. Unpaid Littie. An unpaid latter u detained at the St. Louis Post Ofhie directed to Jacob burbot of this pity. Untim Ros Dix Ioas. A Elam for damages for $500 has teen presented by or. Henry Bardes for of Toge of Grade on Findlay Street and referred to appropriate committee. Personal. Or. J. Wadsworth has resigned his position As overseer of the poor for the eighth Ward the resignation to take effect on the 1st prox. The directors of the infirmary have filled the to Soncy by the appointment of or. Georgo ii. Warner. A mob of taxable pro Putty int Cincinnati. The total value of All taxable personal prop erty in Thia City exclusive of Bank capital As equalized by the state Board ii $30,527,722. The total value of Bank and other Corpora Tion property As returned to the county auditor $3,433,448. Proc Dinos or the Coutv . At their regular session yesterday morning the county commissioners passed orders amounting in the aggregate to $932 23, of which $907 18 were paid to or. Bogenshotz for labor on tie Harrison Bridge. Apart from this no Bua Ineis of importance was transacted. Policy coot. Business at the police court yesterday morning was More than ordinarily Dull. Judge Lowe examined Twenty five e cases All of which were As uninteresting As it was possible for them to be and although they occupied the attention of the court Over two hours and a half not a single Circum stance was developed which was worthy of a paragraph. Accident to a boy. A boy whose name we were unable to ascertain was quite seriously injured night before last by being run Over on fourth Street near Western to he was playing upon the Street and in trying to get out of the Way of the Railroad car ran under the wheels of a buggy. What his in juries Are we could not learn but have been informed that they were of such a nature at to Render his recovery a matter of some doubt i a by steals a Barrs or Barb. A falstaff an German named Adam Holt who keeps a drinking House n Western to near Ann Street was considerably surprised yesterday morning by the discovery that his cellar had been entered Tho night before and that a barrel of his choicest lager Beer had been stolen therefrom. The thief bad torn open the cellar door and Mads Bis exit apparently through the same aperture with his delicious Booty. Although be succeeded by a bad act in taking Tho Boer night before last unless to is very careful the Pun is not oar own but was suggested by a waggish Friend his bad acts will yet bring the Bier to him r for a pm tit lick it. A Man named John ii. Appel was committed to the county jail yesterday by Justice Benjamin c. Conklin upon a charge of Petty larceny. The complaint was made by Conrad Kern mater who charge to the defendant with hav ing stolen from his store in Sponcer town ship eight a of Tho aggregate value of $3 40, the Justice deemed Bim guilty and. Sent him to jail to await n trial before the next term of the court of common pleas in default of Bonds for his appearance to the amount of $100. Ordinarily Magis trates dispose of cases of this kind at once Why it was not done in this instance is not known. The poor fellow will have been punished sufficiently for his crime even if the court should discharge Hilt. " Steamboat camb Ridob sum at Buinz Sim. Heavy lo89 to sep kits the Steamboat Cambridge capt Dean loft this City tuesday afternoon for few Orleans quit heavily Ladon with freight. When she had reached medic bar near rising Sun the struck a Rock and stink immediately in four feet of water. The Steamer Moderator which happened to be passing at the time rendered the officers of the sinking boat valuable service but without Avail. Of course no lives were lost but the damage to the freight will cause heavy losses to shippers. The Cambridge can be raised and repaired and will soon be fit for service. The boat Wae fully insured but the freight owners were not a neglect which Seldom occurs and is almost always disastrous. Or bids acid kit to a word woman. Quite an old woman named Margaret rash a who resides with her daughter on the Mohawk Bridge was severely injured Day before yesterday in the following manner for a Long time she has been quite infirm although Able to go about the House with some degree of upright Liuasi with the Aid of a Cane. On the evening of tuesday upon going no to her room fur the purpose of retiring when at the had of the stairs she was seized with a fit of paralysis and fell to the Bottom. Her injuries Are a broken Arm which will hardly be again of any service to her oven if she should recover and a severe Oon Tus wound on the head. The Shook her system received from the Accident rendered her ultimate recovery quite doubtful. Stab Biso a frat at Thi Babp a Man serious it wounded in a fight. One of these unfortunate and sanguinary fights which in Large cities and in ours particularly Are much too common took place evening before last on the wharf. The of oust sees Are As follows John Hays focused a Man named Christian f. Hoke both of whom were Deok Han on a Steamer now lying at the wharf with having stolen some whisky that belonged to him. Hoke Denood it and a quarrel ensued daring which he was driven from the boat and afterwards stabbed in the loft Side. The wound was dressed by a physio in who happened to be in the neighbourhood and said that although it would he quits painful for a Ion g time it would not be Likely to prove fatal. Hays was arrested by officers Biggs and Anderson and comm lated to the Hammond Stre station House to which place the wounded Man was also taken and cared for to such an extent As to be made quite Romfo in the Chi prison. The anomaly sometimes occurs that ingols who have fallen and those who have not Are thrown into con tact with each other and such was the Case yesterday. A party of five ladies whose mild i ups gentle manners Sweet voices and Rosy smiles seemed Only made to beautify the Earth and by their presence Here prove the existence of a heaven somewhere visited Tho female department of the City prison not merely to satisfy an Idle curiosity but to leave a sympathetic pressure of the band with its wretched inmates cast a Ray of Sun Shine into their hearts or drop a word of tenderness in their misery Burthen ears. Long they remained and much of sympathy they seemed to waste hut what matters that no single word they spoke will Ever be lost but like Good seed scattered upon the soil will vet Spring up within the hearts of those who heard them and Bear a thousand beauteous Flowers of Hope and love whose fragrance will at least remind them of better Days gone and brighter ones to Home. Message from mayor Bishop to the City Council. On City prison which has been a nuisance Ever since we first saw it and must Hart been Tor some Timo previous to that hag been made the subject of Tho following message from mayor Bishop to Tho City Council which was read before that body yesterday evening. In every thing that is disagreeable and nauseating this institution is certainly the greatest in the country and More doors pervade it especially in summer than Coleridge found in Cologne. We Are not sorry therefore that the mayor has determined to use Bis influence to have it abated. The following is his message upon the subject. To a Maroa l Tornai. 1 f oct. 24, 18m. J to the Bon. City Council of the City of Cincinnati ,. Gent Luex in my inaugural address to you i called your attention to the necessity of a work hons e for our City prisoners with to Jeolal reference to the entire separation of the females and a better classification of those conf ipod for different grades of orime. But As yet no Steps have been taken to bring about this desired change in our prison discipline and seeing the pressing necessity for speedy action urged by the dictates of humanity and the appeals of the Public i have thought proper to Call your attention again to the Suo Jeo t. To those who have visited the City prison no words of Mino Are necessary to depict its utterly wretched and loathsome condition. It is not Only destitute of every Comfort suited to prison life but it is shamefully wanting in Elioso conveniences duo to the most degraded prisoner. The ordinance establishing the City prison to which i Call your special attention is just and humane to its provisions. It contemplate suitable bedding clothing washing Aud other conveniences necessary for the health cleanliness and morals of the prisoners. But these provisions Are not carried out nor can they be in the crowded and miserable rooms of the present prison. As it is All the female prisoners averaging sixty in number Are confined in one Aud worse vant lated apartment. A few filthy rags constitute the entire bedding the clothing of the prisoners is insufficient decency is outraged vice is engendered and every Puis impulse of the less guilty is blotted out. Amid this terrible want of All the decency is and proprieties of. Life bar etched upon the floor with no support to the burning head or aching limbs but a bundle of tattered rags the sick Are compelled to pass the weary hours sur rounded by throngs of the vile with nothing to fall their thoughts away from the wretch Edness that surrounds them. I Trust gentlemen to know such a state of things really exists is sufficient to cause the application of a speedy remedy. It May be said nay it has been said that the discomforts of. The prison Are no greater than the actual condition of the Homes of the prisoners. This May be True of some but it is not True of All the prisoners and if it has such arguments lose sight entirely of one of the ele mental principles of All punishment the reformation of the offender. Experience has shown that persons in every stage of vice Are susceptible to sympathy and kindness and May be won Back to virtue and happiness. We should therefore to neg Lotfal of our duty if in the infliction of penalties we forgot entirely the interests of the prisoners so far As they May be regarded with due respect to the safety of the Public. I recommend therefore that immediate Steps be taken for the removal of the female prisoners from the present prison building. It will be necessary to procure some suitable building for this purpose. The grounds owned by the City Ean not he prepared for the erection of suitable buildings for a work hons e until next Spring or summer and such building could not be completed in less than two Yean. So Long a delay can not be made in the pro posed change of the female department of the prison. I have therefore spent some time in seeking for a suitable building for the Pur pose but As yet have found none in All rap eos completely adapted to the object had in View. The school building in the third Ward now the property of the pity and vacant could at a Small expense be made convenient and comfortable. I am also informed that the Asylum building at Liok run will soon be vacated and would be procured for this purpose. Other places still More practicable could doubtless be found upon proper inquiry. Upon the removal of the female prisoners the present building will answer for the males and for Eubah females As Are sent Ever for trial or for three or five Days. I would however urge upon you the Neo Essly of preparing a suitable room in the present building As a hos Pital for the really Siok. The front room up stairs at a Small expense would be fitted up for that purpose. When the females Are separated a proposed i would recommend that the provisions of the ordinance in relation to the pity prison and work Hom e be strictly enforced. Especially that the prisoner be separated and classified with reference to age and crime so that the Young and less guilty shall not become hardened by Intercourse with the More vicious and degraded., to secure proper attention on the part of the prisoners to dress cleanliness and morals i re Ommond the employment of a Matron under whose special charge the prisoners shall be put and who shall see that All the prisoners Are employed at some work which May be furnished suitable to their condition in order that the moral influence of mental and Phy Sloan occupation May be exerted upon those confined. Nothing Oan be More corrupting than the collecting together of the vicious and allowing them to spend their time in idleness. Under Bush circumstances vice assumes a alarming aspect and the perverse tendencies of our nature i develop themselves with unwonted vigor. I am assured by ladies who have interested themselves in behalf of this unfortunate class of our population that a suitable Matron could be obtained and that benevolent ladies Are ready to assist in the reformatory movement by visitation i Tho prison was under the control of a Matron and subject to those healthful and reforming influences which Are due to the prisoner. La connection with these arrangements a room for the sick should be fitted up under the control of the Matron and the City physician. The ordinance in regard to the bedding lot Hong and other Donven Penoes of the prisoners above All their cleanliness and strict dome nor in the prison should be carefully enforced. I suggest also the propriety of providing la Eom Llanos with the ordinance a prison Tuit for both men and women of coarse substantial but comfortable material " under this arrangement we would also carry but the Wise provisions of the act of the last legislature concerning vagrants by sending them up for repeated offences for a longer time than we Are now enabled to by reason of the inconvenience of the prison thereby saving to the City the expense of Thair repeated and fre quent of Minitta. A longer time would enable the inebriated to Reform an evil habit and to All that class who now make the prison their Home Sod live at the expense of the pity it would be a Benefit reforming them by a longer restraining influence and begetting habit of sobriety sad Industry. Such arrangements would also tend to drive from our City those most hardened and impracticable Subj Eota of our prison discipline. I Trust this matter will elicit your prompt and Earnest attention. It will give me pleasure to afford you All the Aid in my Power to secure the proposed change. R. Bishop mayor. Thi shooting Arrab disposed or. John gut Ems who was arranged be fore Justice Boll a few Days so charged with Malio loudly shooting a Man named Fred Erick Houseman some place in Colerain town ship was yesterday discharged by the Magis trate no evidence having been elicited to show that he did not spend the night upon which the shooting is said to have been Dono at his residence on High Street in this City., a stoves rid All kinds of tin and Sheet Ron work can be had at no. 294 fifth Stree of c. W. Marks fresh. Woon a the air or. on Ai Vir Oisin s. The Boa Loeb Aud Tiik ii it Lant night Drew Aline aun Lence to a Wal s to Lati a Anil or. Anderson by his capital i Tina no. A the characters both pleased tin Snellen and Lori i himself it possible atoll a greater in Orite with the Public. Wedo Kotniuch like Lathi r f the t l o a be cause we can not sympathize with Ier to Tux characters but from an Art stand Poi vent imbed to admit that in lit hands Tivey were s ii Hasling to spell. He will appear As Virn Leniu r a play which since the Days or a a. . Us Lias in the West at least been rarely . In this As in everything in his repertoire or. A. Stands in Tho front rank or his profession and via earnestly Desiro and believe. That Tho Bill will crowd the boilss.,-. ,. Pin s Ops a Bous b this Superb Sitab la some it the management having effected a with the celebrated i Aioli italian opera Thuy will be opened Thia Evi using for the Pur pose of giving a series of grand operas commencing with Tho popular in Tasova Isoac embodying in Tho Oast Taro i Alai Uio sir gala and none. The prices in order that a grand musical treat May be within the Racli of nil. Have been reduced to the exceedingly Low figures of fifty cents fur dress Circle and Twenty five e conts for gallery stats. A Thorn any one with a a particle of music in his soul who will not Avail him self of the present and rare Opportunity for a refined ratification for the Sake of the m musical reputation of our City we expect to see an immense attendance. Smith pc Nixon s Hill. Rumsey k new com Campbell my sirels had another immense audience last night and they surf edited it with fun and music. Thoy nightly grow in fiver and their eur Devaurs to please deserve All the aucless they another Nagui Lieut programme is up for and not it will be listened Toby nuther Rug Uincent audience. The Bible Panorama. J. Iosco Williams s Panorama of Tho Bible during the past week has drawn excellent audiences to ills concert Hall i Pike s opera Huus it i an excellent paid Wiuf faithfully r presents the most importune scenes re corded in the i tile Anu is really worthy a visit from those Lut Orestad la such matters. Sobious Accident a Mas Falls to Roar a Knips and . About noon yesterday a Man named Henry c. Gill who resides on Broadway near Hunt Street was very seriously probably fatally injured by falling upon a Large knife which at the time of the to oldest he held in his band. For some years past he has been quite dissipated not having drawn a sober breath during All this time and has been entirely dependant upon his wife who with a heroism worthy of a better Reward has supported both him and his children by her exertions As a Washerwoman. Yesterday at noon he came Home and after asking for some dinner which in consequence of his habits his wife was unable to give him he seized a Large but Ober Knif and while of Rossing the floor toward the cupboard trod upon a piece of Apple which circumstance combined with his inebriated condition threw him heavily to the floor. The knife Wolch he still held in his hand entered his left Side a Short distance above and behind the hip a injury which in All probability will cause Bis death. A physician was called in who attended to t is wound and rendered All the assistance in his Power but he is quite doubtful As to the result. Some of the neigh Bors who by the Accident became aware of the condition of his family have rendered them borne assistance and made them quite As comfortable As the circumstances will permit. The physical condition of the patient however is quite favourable to inflammation of the viscera and should this set in the wound without a doubt will prove fatal. In a Raav on the boo Rivait i Samba so a Man s Buli. Sibio Ubly i Rac Aceb n. A fight which it is quite probable will result in the death of one of the parties of purred yesterday evening in that detestable locality known As san Sage Row. A deck hand on one of the steamboats now lying at the wharf named James o Neill went into a drinking hous e kept by a Man named Brown and saying he could whip any one in the House began to overturn the chairs and in every pos sible manner make himself generally Dis agreeable.,after patiently bearing with his noise and belligerent visitor for some time the landlord began to get angry and a fight seemed inevitable although some efforts were made to prevent it. At length o Neill took hold of Brown and handled him somewhat roughly. At this Point Brown pushed his opponent Back Ward and sensing a heavy bucket struck him a violent blow on the head which fractured his Boult so that it is barely possible for him to recover. Brown was arrested and committed to the Hammond Stree t station hous from which place he will be taken this morning before judge Lowe. The wounded Man was also taken to the lame place where his wounds were dressed and he made quite As comfortable As would permit. In Katubi design to Public goop. Or. He Tekian Kiersted member of the City of until always Forward and firm in ferreting out Rascal ties of official functionaries in and out of Council in conjunction with or. , his associate of the third Ward and or. Johnson of the fourth Ward submitted to the pity Council a paper to. The following effect we charge judge Lowe of the Polico court with Misdemeanour in office for ordering the clerk of said court to pay to John s. Niibo moneys received in said court for fines and costs which by Law the said clerk should have paid into the City a the my is $999, not fines or posts but fees of the marshal this is a question now before the court soon to be determined and the proposition by a vote of eighteen to twelve is Laid on the table. There can not be a Shade of suspicions against the integrity of judge Lowe in this regard. It is Well the be observant of official Misoo Nguot and vigilant Council Ine n like or. Kiersted Are of valuable Orvice. A Taxt sport of the City Anim Toa. The City auditor last night reported to the City Council that during the week ending yesterday warrants have been drawn on Tho City Treasury for the following amounts i f watch fund ,., 874 65superior court fund 17s Liht fund 411 on ire department fund 27t 79 police ourt and City i Sou f mud m Lle ueral fund. 3,187 f4 special ordinance fund. 2m .14 common school fund. 11,97 85 l,437 on there Are now remaining in the City treas Ury the following sums general fund. $8379 10 watch find. 1,030 be interest fund. 63,446 12 no error court fund. ,801 Oil fire department fund 14,246 34 Light fund 1,116 30 work hous e fund 4,227 43 sinking fund 19.1,.1n3 5s common school fund Bonds 3u,Ono i common school fund Cash 33324 67 coloured school fuiid.,. ,. 4,756 i ,. Total$426,533 67 conv Kation of Tai ticket to sets. The Railroad Tio knt agents who for a Day or two past have bold a convention at the Spensor House Mot again yesterday. The committee of eleven appointed on tues Day to report an apportionment of passenger fares have agreed upon a basis something less than that of lost Winter. The following rotes although not fully agreed upon by the com Mit too there being some difference of opinion As to the proper rate from Cleveland East will in All probability be adopted. A final report however will be made the rates Are As follows. I Cincinnati to new York .820 on Boston. 23 Oil Chicago a. 10 on Pittsburg 60 a Cleveland 1 to tie Indianapolis. 3 i Mew Orleans to 28 60 school lots. City Council has authorized the school Board to negotiate with the Ilioska it n friends society for a school lot in the West end on Poplar Stree t. They have concurred in the Resolution of the school Board to dispute to or. Gudgeon for $2,000, a portion of school lot and building in the seventh Ward. Meteorological observations for the Penny Paiss by Henry Ware optician no. 7 West to Nita Street a october it Tiv. O clock. Barometer. Thermometer. 7 a. U 24.15 44 12 61 28.96f. M .m.28.vs 6 be or. Karshner t advertisement in for Sale column. The body of a Juriaan was found floating in the River yesterday near the. Mouth of Mill Oree a Union which Coroner Carey held an in quest but n Eridenio was elicited that threw any Light Titan Bis previous history his occupation or bin ideality. The jury rendered a verdict of Walti Istad drowning which is usual in cases to Marks of violence Are found upon the Bly i f i. R to lung re or 0 i of a Tiki just arrived at Tutor s fish Stid lame dior by american express fresh cod v sea Lii iss Eeli Floun Ders lobsters Fahn Olive shrimps clams and Oyster the greatest variety Ever before introduced into the pity of Cincinnati. Don t forget the Numborr-20 0 Vine Street Between fifth and birth., Covington news. F. Con Mission or Deli a. Or. D Welly was yesterday arraigned before the police court and made soon Fesson the substance of which whether reliable or not we give for the Benefit of our readers i i. I i i lie had a partner in the instrument business named George Wallenstein a Frenchman and who has been for some time conf sued is the Cincinnati jail. He states that on the night of the great conflagration in boy Lea establish Lieut of Columbia Street Cio Bianati Botn he and Bis partner started for the Firo and while passing Laird s Bookstore has ii Artner placed a he la the dour against which he dually pro. Tested. Thereupon Wallenstein a Drew a pistol Aud threatened his. Life if to Ever revealed anything. D Welly then stood by the door while Wallenstein entered and Jarriod away the articles referred to in our article of yester Day. " he claims that he never derived any Benefit from the stolen goods but that in got them All j and further that he would Long ago have revealed the crime Buttrom fear of Bis ,.this Sta Lemeut must without doubt be received with Many allowances. In the first place All that were recovered wore obtained from Dwelly consisting of one opera Glas s and a few other Art Lolea of Little value and in the Sorond place it does not look reasonable that it Wae done while they were going to the fire As they would almost certainly have been caught by others who were aroused by the conflagration and third he could have entertained no fear of Wallenstein s he has been for some time incarcerated the Hamilton county jail he was held to Ball in the sum of is. 000 for i Sam Nam. the circuit court. He was. Invar aerated in la Faitler of n Lanasah i 1 i4wlivai vice Mvubu nukes Ftp fila Rishi Taitl inquiry Minoog cur leading Bua Nebb Moo Goa mini Riv via Pius a 1.a i. I he 1 Itaf Witto Ealo by Tho Farmers Auti have be uttered that Fol Chi i a Jan no it ram Ciao $1 is with an upward tendency1. The demand is greater than the Supply but the prices will not Rise much higher at present. Oat aos came Market Nai experienced a great depression within a. Few Days and Large supplies Are on hand with Little demand prices ranging Only from 2 to 3 4o. The depression must continue ill the weather be comes suitable for peeking Tel ii ill sum Little doing good1 one Worth Ottly from 8 to Civ cd. M Rutnik v Hoos Good Stock Boga Are Worth and fat ones from y to 4&0. But few tales have taken place this week it la Lut -. I. 1. 0. 0. 6band 1od8. The different lodges of this pity have appointed delegates to Tho Orand Lodge of the state to assemble at Louisville on tuesday next. The lists of delegates Are As follows i Washington a new in ."8.lu it of we. Maxwell j. B. Landrom and j. A. Wal ,-i.-. A i i ii ,.kenton. 9.1 Ai t 6", Omu Aiu us. Farrell is. Reese j. Beam. W. W. Beam and q. If. Roof or. Nan rim. , v. in. and j. A Campbell. Nhi i i a bom ii. Individual entered Tho store of Taylor a Brothers on1 Boott Street yesterday,11 about1 soon i and serried off a Foro pump while the Oderki was looking at Theo leik believed it a joke Fer isome time but becoming in deceived to informed the marshal who went in Pursuit o the thief. Poi ice ctr Tsante Penne Berryf for drunkenness was fined $2 95 in the police court yesterday. 1 Whais emm i is Barney Wilf Eom men laying the Rock on the wharf at the foot of Scott Stre Cincinnati produce Market. Evening october 26, 1859. Flo feb Thuro was very let to Dono and the Market was very Dull. 300 urls. Sold at $4 Wii. Potlow extra. 2.9w urls. Wero received during to last Twenty fou r hours. Whis Lii Tho Low Rato of monday and yesterday induced i Good demand for the article and prices advanced 1c. The sales wore 800 urls. It i a Itric the latter rate for Wagon. The receipts so Light. Good demand ror mess pork Andson urls sold 7,v lard wanted at Loc but holders asked we Bacou Dull and Sidra Oft ared at u Floc Ellks Tho Market is without change the demand in the regular Way is fair it "7ic. For Muiir 4h a41c. For molasses and Ullh n 12c. Of Touffee. . S. Fugunt co. Received v Hhd. New sugar and 9 urls. New Alo Lussos Tho first this Teitson. W 11 eat the demand continues brisk with Light receipts and prices Are very Arm Salis 1,400 Bush food is 12 600. Prime whits Al 21 300 Roats there is a Good demand the Market is firm or a w53y m .bu8tl-ck at 40o. Bau Lelej re a Markov Dadulla Auto fall at f5, c7uld fail. Kyd there la an Active demand and prices Are firm at wac sales Oil Bush at mk82o. It Colin Iho to is a better tool Lei in the Market y and prices Are higher sales 6,000 Bush to arrive at 43c l,.mkklo. At 43c and 1,600 it 40c. in Kali the Doi and continues Active and prices Are form sales 260 boxes Western Reserve at 8c.meuglisli Lairy Orange karm Llic. do. Kuslich hairy 10, to Aud 70 to. I Orton s Pius App at 17c. Potatoes the Market is Dull sales 400 bushels Neshaug Oclus at inc. Luo. It 55c. Lovelt Meed tie Market continues Dull Salsa res to arrive it 4 75,Driski. Apples the Market is Dull and but Little demand sales 130 Bush at tells and w. Ats 30. I in to t by Telegraph York Market. October m. Flour opened heavy and eloped without Spe Seal change sales 18,0110 urls. At 4 a 4 to for super tin estate &5 0.1 Tor extra plate s4 is 5 to for super Inu Kosturn 8"i Hho Iid for common to Sci Livira extra Western s a for inferior to Good ship Ping extra round Hoo p Ohio. Market closing moderately steady. Tho Market for Canadian was inure act Ive Eales of 1,4 10 urls. At $ vat 41 for common to Choice extra. Itye flour was in fair request at to tu4 30.wlieat very Dull and nominally 2sa lower angles of 3,000 by heels at 4. I1 i for whim All Chian and it Disna $1 Ftp tier Choice White Koo Tutoky. Shippers Are lint in the Market. Speculators of Tor $1 w4t Iii for Chicago Spring is 11 a1 12 Tor Slilo Niokie club. Rye la without change spies of Noe bushels is firmer and in Lair Demani sales of 18,000 bushels at 82c. For Canada Kant and 8"o. For Canada West. Corn lower sales of 6,010 bushels at 1 1 41 02 for Jersey and Southern yellow. Oats were Active at 4.v$4ohc for stale and 4i4.hc. For Western and Canadian. Whisky is without special change sales of to , i. N t in. 5 pork without special a hang Salca of .1,Soa barrels of 810 2mfils 36 for mess so 3ikd la for prime including we urls. Moss Sellers option All this year smell Ling under Sis. Beof unchanged sales of 570 urls at it us i 60 Fer country prime s 2.vm 60 mess 9rft h for repacked mess and so 1 12 for extra mess. Cof hums Are in moderate Niaud sales of 50 urls at of Solo for new Western prime mess Beer nominal it si7 Dlf. Cut meats scarce and nominal at 8c. Lor sales of 41 per Lagos Len sat 9 so Bacon quiet and unchanged. Lard heavy and Luxor sales of 4m urls. At hello. Butter soiling moderately it he Lac. For Ohio and a ig2oc, for state. Cheese rules steady at 6 4 it wit. " i Zottou firm sales a fido Bales Upland middling at luxe. Sugar steady Musco Vado at Eliff Lasc Tullow firm at firmer civil Capoand Rock Island 2x Iii Rioin until Michigan Southern preferred i4h now York Central 7 Reading .17m so Tsouri so ifs h1s Elena and Chicago 72 Michigan Central a Kric 0 4 uarlum3i Pacific 11 All 73. Steamboat Register. A Airai a. Us refer Kuna when far Qucen Maysville ill fenian. Memphis Louis Iota St. Louis St. Louis Forest Queen Madison dim Leith Neville Virginia Home Neville Superior Louisville it. 11. Iliin Lynu Wheeling Parker Surg. by Queen Maysville Martha pot. Nam St. Louis 11. B. Liar Nilton wheel lug Viig Lnla Home Neville Dunleith Neville Forest Queen Madison Swallow Marietta key West Wheeling Newport news. Spa j l or r. R by Limo of Solte Fellows Hll is agent for the i Rpss Seln Newport. of rovers left with Blok will meet with Promani attention Law school boxed. The Bourd hold its regular meeting on tuesday evening lost other business than the allowance of the monthly salaries of Tea teachers was transacted. Amrita pro Tistadt Asao Opatton. The regular election of or Effiner of Thia association took place on tuesday evening last and resulted As follows j. R. Lakins it. Thos. Bardsly it Dixon t. A Jas. Callahan k. 8. J. Full. Boyd a. R. 8. John Beiley treasurer Leo. Vaughaa con. , asst. Con. Adam Weaver j. A. John Lamb 0. The ceremonies of installation will take place next tuesday evening. On sunday next the society will celebrate the anniversary of the reformation. Law report. Hamilton county District court. The Case of w. W. Warden is. Barb wok k co., Given in our last report Doc plod the entire of a osterday Andabas no yet closed. Hie testimony having been elicited in Grest part and reported at a former trial Between the parties i detailed report would be none Cesary now. Superior court. In the ease of Mccullough Home insurance company tried before judge Hoadly the jury returned a verdict for plaintiff Abr i a. Probate court. The motion to set aside the order of Sale in the matter of i. St 1. A. Link and allow an amended order was partly heard and Laid Over. Home interest. Pm a. A. Eyster clocks Wathea and jewelry hp.s41and71 Western Row. U Dungus Fresn gallery South we St Tor be r of sixth and Western Row Over Hannaford s drug store. Pictures taken and put in Good eases for Twenty outs. Warranted to please. .i.i.i. I03" the olympic will open it on fourth Street Between. Mala and j3ycaors. Each ind every member of this company Are Tiara in their profession. artists actors and actresses f Sara to the saw place of san Asmont. " Madame Ellis s uterine elixir. L . Success Ungara Lloldi to any Medicine Ever Feiore or ought before the Public. Hundreds of ladles have already tried it and All unite in saying it is the Best remedy they have Ever used for diseases nest liar to their sex Aud gives the most speedy re Lief and permanent cure in the shortest time of any Medicine Ever discovered. Bead advertisement is another column accompanying which a Avert locals of one of the first drug gusts in the City in regard to the Good qualities of the uterine Iliner also mad ame Ellis i Spanish stimulating Oonagh and liver Balsam. Be need to suffer and Ion str from Ceslis pairs in the breast Sido Back stomach or bowels old e either of the above medicines a trial and you will to satisfied it is no Humbug. " " auction in sales. R ,4, us Tom 8 a1 1 a 0. Hub x. Babtz at Trade Sals Roo West Kift Strw t. Upstairs., a private Lilia Ryan Choice Bookin line auction by catalogue. Willsh sold on Khudav Avenins october 24, at 7o Cleft. A Larko private Library of Choice English and Amer ican editions in full calf half calf and Turkey an Laue blading Moss of which Are As Good us new. Among them May be found Prescott s works 14 Vola Oscr novels 34 vols Waverly n novels 27 vols. Irving a works 1,1 Vole. Walpole s i oilers Suil correspondence 14 void. Chancer. Vols. Pickor no s edition Hawthorn s works 8 vols., Ete. Catalogues will Friday looming Suci books open fur oct Toi. G. Hubbard anti Otiver. Auction Sai, ii3. Miless3 main Street Oroo Erles Solsaa War wrapping paper boots. Shoes and donors at be will soil on talc Rudat Monino. October 27, ii9o,Elook, a general variety of Staples rosaries Las bars wrap Oping paper boots shoes also 20 Irli. Refined syrup half i. Do. To Tarrea like so urls. Bourbon whisky 10 Guarter casks Brandy 7. Do. Holland Gin. I oct i auction Noa. A7 and an m is will sell on thursday Moun in oct 27, commencing at 9 o clock without re serve Lor Eash Loo Casos men a a misses and Al Alldren a boots shoes and Bogous Good assortment and mint be sold. Qc24. 4i. Blta8hliaks co., Auora. Of Ltd toil 8l, dbl logo Kii Williams 22 and 24 East third Stree and Kyte Sive Hale of pawnbrokers of truths Imp and fb1day, october w and 38, at o clock each Day 300 packages bundles trunks a of gents and ladies wearing apparel of every variety tie a sad Twe goods. Also a very Large Stock and Good assortment of Gold and Silver watches jewelry of All kinds and instruments of a variety. At ii o Copok of thursday 12 King Lush imported guns pistols a one lame camera to. 0024 a. , auctioneer. I attention Buh Dees Thos. Fir Rix i 0. i i have e3tabli8hkd the 1actare Selling lumber at their Yard or. I Roeman Bree to next to Cincinnati Hamilton an Dayton i Railroad . In dirt ii .3,. ,. I vat lower prices than any other Lumbar dealers la the pity. Quick Siles Aid Maii profits " " l Siuk Ujj i3xhblemolto. In t i i they submit the following list of prices. Cash. 4mo s. Cleat thicknesses i in. Areas f.i7 h ten to Bent common h and 2 Inch plank., 28 an q boat liar Doard. A s so is St 23 74 2.1 ,4second " All thicknesses., ,16 60 17 Jug third boards. 11 m 12 6. Grub Plank face measure. -. 22 80 is Hemlock Joist scantling and Timber. Ii 60 12 on Poplar m " f " i i. 1260 14 00 first common flooring boards. Is of 37 m second "7 2j is third ii " ,., we 2u 00firat common weather boards. 16 00 17 60 second " 12 00 13 00 Smiar posts 4 by 4, 6 feet per Hundred,., m 00 fit no Cedar. " for Fen Clim so 00 33 66 Locust Ahir i 20 w 22 in a further reduction of h percent will be made on Bills of $500 or More. We have one of the largest and beat selected stocks of lumber in the Cincinnati Market which is offer Lor Aale at tue a Dove prices. Thos fab bin & co. Sop23tf the equitable l1f11sm.11e society of the United states v p0 it mtr Tyjai i. Office is Broadways Mew York., company divides the profits Trio rata among Ite policy hold ers Legal interest 7 per cent Only is Bald on its Stock which mar by investment repro Nice about that amount thereby giving the assured All the advantages of the purely Mutual system with the pledge of a perpetual capital Stock and the added Security that its Board of directors have s t Liou Excil interest in conducting its Alfairan with prudence and strict Economy. " i its rates Sre based upon the most approved English fables of mortality verified by aug Tjian Piper inca to the present time. By tie t Kurter dividends to the assured Are to declared every live years and May in applied to the Redmier Tleiji of it Eminem or will in Cerii died up tha policy tier Why increasing the amount insured. Partiss desiring to insure will be furnished with the society s a publications rates a Gratis upon application to the amt. . William u Alexander president. M p. Williams Secretary. Go. W. Phillips actuary. "ir.-. Local soard or act Krisco . We take pleasure in stating that the life Assurance society Ufner York. Represented in to Oscity by David a.trnnx.ksq., worthy Fli confident of ibis Community and time the of the Mutual ant Luoius Stock principle As by them presented Render this company one of lib Doat real rails for insurers the country,.std Abii Carlisle it Shaw Stanhope 8. Bowe .1. S. Cheneweth it co., h. S. L Somme leu , Bini icon a co v. W. Corwin Thompson a tulle h. E. Spencer. Davida. To Lux Agaj it 3- West third Street a vement Masolo tempi i pm i it h.ta1t,.d., ssi,., Kun lying physician my. In. I a. J

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