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iminn-A nAK-KlRPER At national
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lg, fe90 b
ISTItn-A SMALL BOOM
-By, a single,
nt.m.ti. Mvmint for which til
Be will be given. Address U. II. H .et this
kNTFD-A OIR LTo do general home
work, wash, Iron and cook. Apply this and
r daya at 103 PurA-st., between Fourth
tlh. fevo b
IINTFD-TO BVJWT I want to rent a inm,
ball Hon-e, or Uoitage, nr tho city, with a
attached to it I'll take the bt of caref
Improve It. Adrtr-ws (3. A. U., Press Oflloe.
, t'19 tf -
INTED-f lOO-AOICNtS-To open an of.
and take the Wholesale Ag-ncr In every
lor all of Lloyd's Great Military Maps, uied
Commander-ln Colet The cheapest
world. A fnrtuneran be made n thee Maps
b Wate. Three million copies oi any mar.
dy Men sold, l.l.iyo ureal mp
of Kentnckr Is Inst ready. Agent we-ted
Bond for c'rcniar.
. .jT. ,1 lrj,.r. ,7-.frle Building.
fourth, and Wlnut-lU., Clnoloaatl, 0.
IWTKn-A FSW GOOD DAT-BOARD-
Knsio a private lamtiy, ai tv rowiwaj,
Third and Fonrth-sts. fe!7-f
INTKD-TOSBIL The Stock and Flifure
ff a corner Grocery: one of the beet locations
city. Amount of cash reonlred would be
one thmsecd dollars. Address R T. M.,
k the Poetofllre. A bargain can be nd by
I application immeoisreir. len-i-
tNTBD-A bouse for a-fcwd and permanen
tnanl, Wlin two or lurw pariois, ur ;l
rooarlors and a reception room. ItmustKjg
xm twelve to sixteen bod rooms. A
inlit f'r a j-rivate hotel or boardlng-hortse
awer the pirpiee best, gs a number of smal-
tbe prlrclpal obioct Addiess Dr. B Aril
tw Hn. il.iHI Postoffloe. Cincinnati. O
location, price and number of rooms on ejxh
iNTED-TO RUNT A good Dwelling, of
lAven nr eivht moms, within ten minutes
' the Post oilise, nnless it is on the line of a
railroad. Bent will he paid promptly. Ker.
liren. Address HOim, care of Preu Ollioe,
uMBn.irn H NT A fVinntrv Resldenre
md a few aores of ground, with a Tie of
ling. Must be on a pike or near a railroad
; within twenty miles o Cincinnati. Beet
renoa glynn. Addroa OOtlMT&r, caro
wsin-in ennnRAHl-A Vacant Lot
n Dayton rr Tork-et , for which part oash
ne aoo Iowa land will be giren. Address
STATU, Press (ilflce. '"J
llTEB-A PIANO-For whloh a new Sew.
" " . H.-hnlrihln la a Gowmer.
,iT.o will be airen as part pay. Addtesa
, Frees OIBce. 3-"
LNTEA-TO TR A fit Some excelieni
Farming lands on the Ohio and Mississippi
Id for a stock of goods to take into the
r. WiUtrado for dry goods groceries, boots
Will trad for dry
or tanning implements, Aaarees mix
, Cincinnati, Ohio. jalT-tf
tNTBD-FOR VOTHINfJ-Ton may get
food Likentss of yourself for nothing (chll
tceptcd), a proof of good W'rk. No deceo
ad polite attention to all, at JOHNBOS'S
uOO Fifth st., the cheapest gallery for all
1 Pictures. JalStf
iNTl-The adrertiser has aome et6Uent
tands tn Iowa, which he is deiirous to trade
atture. Woald trmle for the entire furniture
(illy declining housekeeping,
Address W. 8.,
r A - - goods
eanrd at FRRCH AKD'S Scouring Bstallish.
Ne. ltjH Rice-at., are invited to get them
the 1st of Mach. frSI-a
t KBNT-A Nine BRICK HOUSB-Of
ven rooms, No 03 Hopkins-st. ( gas and
-Bice yard ; within half a square of a street
Sv,r.8n' ' permanent tenant. inQulra
tOGKKS, 41 Walont-st . leW-b
IRDINO Boarders wanted at tha aonth-
StRtilfG-Any person or persona wishing
jeatrable bosrdlng, by the day or week, can
godated at ISO iiaoe-et. - . foai-b
JAR DING-Two or three gentlemen, or
tentiemau and his wife, can be accommodated
plehsant front room, with board, in a family
fclhere are few other boarders. Apply at Ne.
Vest Fonrth-atreet. fao b
IAH DING Private boarding at No. a
Broadway. A small family or single boarders
accommodated. Terms, S3 SO. Also, day
rats taken. Terms, Si per week. fe20 b
lRDIWO Very central and convenient,
tn large front rooms, fnrniehed to suit fmi.
I single gentlemen, at moderate prices. Day
rrs, bnslnsss men and strangers will And good
crsoodatlons. central and convenient, at moder.
rcee, at Fifth tt- '
OR SAI-E-BOABDIria HOCSR AND BAB,
aJi in good order, with lease and good will,
Cwh. Address O, L., this office.
ewiaaomga gooa Business, mil do sola
OR 8AI.R-A BUFFALO OOW-It can
, sien at w ALL'S Stable, Bycamore-st..
0R BAIiE One-half or tha whole of one
I the best printing oiBcea in Indiana. Loca
nnne, type goi.d and patronage very fair.
ttituiars, address PUIKTRU, Press Offlce.
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("OR BAI.R-80M E BXOKLLKNT LAND
,rii. Wonld pay part cash and balance
d for a small farm near Cincinnati, Address
i rsa Oflloe. noJil tf
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SALE-OB T BADE The advertiser
! S."n -Lot tn Xenla, Ohio, 50x160, whion
. HI sell low for cash, or wonld trade for a piono
rsiture a bargain. Addresa II. W., l'reos (Jlfloe.
; now-tf J
ftO KAI.E A FARM -Of n acres, In Ran
dolph Couuty, Indiana, 2 milos from Win
aster, the oounty seat Price, 400 oash,
I fiti pr acre, one Quarter down, balance on long
ne. Tor full partlcnlara, apply to J. TODD. 933
alnnt-st., Uincinnatl. doia If
j OLDlERB' CLAIMS.
R LAW, ft Wast Thfrd-street, lias asaooited
rh bim Bon. H0KAT1O hlNll, of Washington,
;e Fi.stmaster-Oeoeral yf the Uulted Suites
ley will procure l'eobions, Back Pay, Bounty
clainyi against the Uovernment. foij
bok Oat! Good News for All 1
I BAPHAKLlathebost. She saeoetuia when
(lers have failed. All who are la trouble aU whs
vs been unfortunate all whose fond hope havs
ten disappointed, crushed and blasted bv Tales
vjmlsee and deceit all who have been deceived
id trilled with-all Oi to her fin advios and satis,
ktion all who are in doubts of the aOeotions
cee they lore, consult her to reliefs and eatlef?
. Ia Lot A Sain She Never Falls I
Bhe baa the aeorat of winning tha afloc lion of
posits sex. She shows you tha
dkenrsaasTYoar Future Wife) r Hnsksus4,
raneedv d She guides thajilngle to a happi
hrrisKe, siakee the marrieThtpoy.. liar
lid advic. ,.u been aolioited ia innumerable
rtoea, and tha result has alwayi been tha aieaa
. A fApcedv and Bsiawv Msurrtea
M , therefore sunt di idence.
jit I' well known to tha publlo at large that aha
he tha Brat and ahe la tha only person in this
(untry, wbo can show tha likeness in reality, and
rSr aatisfaotlonon all the conosras
I.i?'iw,bich caf b t"ltml " proved by thou
Fly isK her ai daUyandea-
IT? k.L-1; Bn hr advice la Inrala
11 i. fpratol, with the greatest oartalnty,
e result of ail ammercli -.. t . .
l-f glv withmrt extra eham.
vi a dam AVArnABtj ia a aoM AJe Asiroioglisl
M A.lrol.f ist of Ibe tllneisvnth Oeatarr
is the great-
ff'iaa auay be llttu tiaild, though they Bead
rTri, r praoticea nothing but what la reoon.
. , to philosophers. In laot. a single visit will
.r ine muet Iastrtlloua or her runuuK(ii.
r.i al rc.tltude, and of the parity ot km MvaMaaJa
All intervlan am -.vl.!. -.,w... . - j - .
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1 harafon, soma one I coma all I to
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ThoM in want of neat and cheap job print-
sir, can bare it executed by calling at the
FREffl Offici. Erery description of Blanss
and Blank Books manufactured at abort
notice and at war prices.
If itioroloqical Obsbbtatiohs By Henry
Ware, No. 7 West Fourtn-st., rebrnary zo:
(Ttloth. Barometer. TaermowiaKr.
TA.M J9 89 AbeToiero 81
II M 77 A bore aero
r. at...... mia a dots aero .
Tm Dollars Rbward. The abore reward
will be paid for a heavy pair of gold specta
cles, lost lest Sunday, if returned to Uenry
Kider, Ho. 17 boat inn-street.
BrsBwBACKERg The steamboat Goody
fritndi arrived t the wharf this mornirxr
having on board nine bushwhackers captured
in Virginia, rney are en routs v uamp
Postponed. We are requested by Mr.
Ilardinfr, Superintendent of School. i, to say
that there will be no meeting of Principals
of Schools on Saturday, owing tothe national
Special Meeting. The City Council holds
a SDecial meeting this evening: for the pur'
poee ot perfecting arrangements to receive
Governor Tod, Colonel UcCook, and other
gUl'UMS UI tUQ cur.
Personal Colonel Moody, of the Sev
eaty-fpurth . Ohio, arrived in the city last
eveni'rjjr. He reports the command about
completed, and eagef to battle for the Union,
constitution ana stars ana stripes.
Thibty Fourth Ohio. Joseph Winters, a
memuer ot company D. riatt's gouaves.
leaves to-morrow evening to lejoip. his com
mand. All letters left at this cilice up to
noon to morrow, will ba protnpUv doliy
HjHVTx. r or me oriiv iiuio in ine meitiorr
1 nf the oldest policeman, tha llammn-
- .1 C . . . 1
street Station did not have a prisoner to
occupy its cells last night. The officers of
that district may well exclaim, "Othello's
Grand Ball by thb Red Mgy. The first
annual ball of the MetamoTa Club I. O. R.
M., will be held at the Mechanics' Institute
on Tuesday evening next, February 25.
Menter's incomparable Cornet Band has been
engaged to furnish mnsio on the occasion.
Tbe camp fires will burn brightly, and a
pood time generally may be anticipated by
those who have the good luck to attend.
Mori Codstiskbits. Counterfeit ones
on the Eampden Bank of Northcastle, N.
Y., are afloat. Tbe engraving is well exe
cuted, and calculated to deceive tbe most
practiced eye which is not familiar with the
genuine. They are printed in black and
green. Vignette agricultural implements,
with a farm-house in the distance, and
bust of Webster on tbe right and under the
A Kiel Abtiolb fob tbb Toilst. The
"Honey Soap." manufactured bv Henry
David, No. 278 Main-street, is certainly an
elegant article for the toilet. For rendering
the skin soft, fair and smooth, and prevent
ion: it lruui i-UBppnig, vr o ut&vo never useu
better article. It needs only to be tried
bring it into general favor. Mr. David keeps
a large and choice variety of perfumery and
toilet articles. .
Biblical Knowlsdgb a. few days -ago,
in one of tbe public offices of this city, an
attache complained of being troubled
great deal with boils, and stated that be
didn't believe but one man beside himself
bad ever suffered so mnch from the torment
ors, to wit: the gentleman who figured
tbe "big book." An ex-county official,
thinking this opportunity to display his
biblical lore too good to be lost, remarked
that the "gentleman spoken of, however,
was remunerated for his trouble, as hit wft
wot turned into a pillar qf laltt" It is need
lets to say that several' of the company
Tributs of Rispiot. At a meeting of the
Police Association, held February 19, 1862,
the following resolation was offered by D.
"Rttolved, That tbit Association offer
heartfelt sympathy and condolence to the
family of our deceased brother, James Far
rell, lata member of the Association, for their
irreparable loss is the death of the husband
and father; and out of respect for the de
ceased, and for his noble and generous qual
ities while living, we cause the different
station houses to be bung in mourning for
thirty days; and that a copy of this resolu
tion be sent to the family of the deceased,
and that it be published in the daily papers
of the city."
Indkpindint Obdbb "of 'Oddfillows.
Tbe lodges and encampments of the I. O.
FM of Cincinnati, Covington and Newport,
are requested to meet at their respective
lodge-rooms on Saturday morning, Feb.
at eight o'clock, and the offioera will proceed
with their respective Iodizes and encamD-
ments to Greenwood Hall, at half-past eight
o'clock, when they will be formed into line
by tbe Grand Marshal, to take part in the
general procession celebrating the birthday
of tbe Father of his countrv. -
By order of General Mass Meeting, held
(jrretnwooa Han, leuruary 2U, imi.
GEO. D. WINCIIELL,
. , JOS. MOYER, Jr,
B. II. STONK,
W. L. THOMPSON,
Committee of Arrangements.
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I. 0. O. F. The officers and members
tbe Urder are requested to be punctual
tbe hour of meeting as published by
Committee of Arrangements. The line will
be formed promptly at nine o'clock A.
On arriving at the Institute the members
tbe subordinate lodges will assemble
Greenwood Ball. The officers and members
of the Encampment will meet in tbe old ball
of Eagle Lodge. Tbe Grand Lodge will
meet in the hall of Eolipse Lodge.
The Order will be formed into line as fol
lows, and will be under the direction
Past Grand R. K. Cox, jr., Assistant Grand
iri( Divition Past Grand Master A.
Phinkle, Marshal Will be composed of the
Lodge and Enoampment from Covington
Second IHtiiion Past Grand Edward
Kiatnet, Marshal Will comprise all the sub
ordinate Lodges of the city, and will form
a body as one Lodge, according to degrees,
tbe officers with their supporters in tbe rear,
according to seniority, toe officers of No.
Lodge being on tha extreme left.
Third Divition Past Grand A.W.Church
til, Marshal Will be coa posed of the mem
bers of the Encampment.
Fourth Divition Past Grand Joseph Kirk
up, Marshal.t-The Grand Lodge-of.Ohio,
"Representatives to the Graad Lodge of the
United States, eti.
It is requested that tbe Lodge-rooms
thrown open early, so that the members may
have rrlv access to. the regalia.
Job Printing. WM. P. WILTSEE, Grand Marshal.
PROGRAMME OF CELEBRATION.
Tbe Commlttae of Arrangements' met last
evening at tbe uibson Mouse.
Mr. Gallagher reported that the Committee
on tbe Hall bad succeeded in obtaining Pike's
Opera bonse for Saturday afternoon.
Un motion oi Lr. Conner, me secretary
was requested to return the thanks of the
Committee to Mr. Heman and the Board of
Directors of the Catholio Institute for the
offer of their ball free of charge.
Tbe members of the Finance uommittee
present, reported that they had collected
abont f 2du. it was estimatea tnat fauu wouia
be necescary to cover all expenses.
Mr. Wiiwell reported to tbe committee
that tbe services of Miss Kimberly had been
tendered for a recitation of Drake's Ode to
the American Flag; or any other selection
the committee might desire.
On motion, tbe services of Miss Kimberly
were accepted, and the thanks of the com
mittee were directed to be tendered to that
On motion ot Mr. L,atta, sir. f. uioson was
Mayor Hatch accepted, the Invitation to
receive and escort the Governor, should he
The Mayor also tendered the services of
tbe police force to join In and form part of the
procession, wmcn were accepteo.
Colonel Wiltsee reported that a Federal
salute would be fired at sunrise and sanset
from tbe guns on the fortifications, and a
national salute from a battery on the landing
Tbe Colonel also reported that tbe Odd
fellows had agreed to turn out in force.
He also understood that a delegation of
Masons and some three or four beaevolent
societies would also join in the procession.
Tbe following is tbe
PROGRAMME OF ARRANGEMENTS.
Federal Salute at sunrise from the guns on
The procession, in the following order,
will form on Sixth-street Market-space, at
nine A. M :
Three Companies of Col. Taylor's Cavalry.
Two Companies Col. Barnett's Battery.
The Steam Fire-engine Department.
strangers and City Officers.
Tbe Oddfellows, Masons and benevolent
societies will be assigned positions in the liqe
as thev arrive oa the ground.
Another band will ibe assigned to some of
these societies by the Committee.
LINE OF MARCH.
at nine o'clock, on
the Sixth-street Market space, the right rest
ing at Plum: countermarch from right to
left on . Sixth to Vine, north on Vine to
Twelfth, west on Twelfth to Central avenue,
south on Central-avenue to Court, east on
Court to Plum, south on Plum to Fourth,
tst on Fourth to Broadway, south on Broad
way to tbe Pub'.ie Lading;, We9t- on tbe
Public Landing till the head of tbe column
reaches Main-street. A halt will be made
while the at tilery fire a national salute. After
tbe firing the column will move nortn on
Main to Fifth street Market-space, when tbe
procession win be dismissed.
General Wade will act as Marshal, and will
appoint bis Assistant Marshals.
PROGRAMME FOR AFTERNOON.
The afternoon exercises will take place at
Pike's Opera House.
Tbe doors win be opened at balf Dast one
o'clock for the admission of ladies. A com
mittee will be on hand to show ladies to
their seats. No gentleman will be admitted
until all the ladies are seated.
Tbe exercises will commence at half-past
two o'clock, in the following order:
lraytr by lie v. ur. uoddara.
Sona. "Hail Columbia." bv a volunteer
choir under the direction of Mr. Williams.
" rTosAincrfon't Farewell Address." bv
Judge Woodrubt w
"Star Spangled Banner;' by the choir.
Addrett, by Thomas E. Mitchell, Esq.
"The American Flag" by Miss E. Kim-
Song, "Tbe .Defenders." by a volunteer.
uOnd Aunt Americm." rtp- the. hni. anil tha
assemblage will be requested to join In
The committee, after approving of this
programme, adjourned to meet again this
afternoon at three o'clock.
Preparations for the Wounded.
to hear reports for further preparation for
the axpected wounded soldiers.
Tbe Hospital Committee reported that
they had secured the building, No. 10 East
Fourth-street, and that by tbe time tha
wonnded got here, it will be ready for their
reception. : This building, in connection wilh
the hospitals already established, will accom
modate all tbe wounded that have been as
signed to this city. Msjor Baker annonnoed
that the city of Covington had secured
bnilding which they were fitting np for the
reception of such wounded soldiers as may
be assigned to them. Whereupon the Recep
tion Committee were directed to confer with
the Covington authorities. B. P. Baker and
Charles R. Foidick were added to the Com
mittee. The following communication and inclosed
proceedings were received, and referred
tbe United States Military Director. The
Commission returned their thanks for the
generous offer of tbe physicians:
R. W. Sarmt, Eta, PreticUnL and GenOenm of
0. B. qf the V. & Sanitary Vommiuon:
Gsmtliubv Sirt: At a meeting of Ecleo
tlo Physicians of this city, held to-day, 19th
instant, we, the undersigned Committee,
were appointed to present to your Board,
consideration, the inclosed resolutions and
We would further state to your Board that
we are authorized to confer with your body,
to make any arrangement necessary for car
rying out tbe spirit of the petition; we are
willing to take the medical charge of any
number you mar assign to our care, under
tbe general resolutions; or, if it will meet
tbe views of tbe Board, we will provide
suitable house for tbe accommodation
from twenty-five to fifty patients, under
sanction and regulatien of your Board, and
give special attention to that number.
All of which ia respectfully submitted.
R. 8 NEWTON, M. D.,1
. J.KING, M. D , rCom'tto.
E. FREEMAN, M. D. j
" Sesolvtd, That tbe undersigned tender
our professional services to the Sanitary
Commission, of Cincinnati, or any othais
having tha management of the sick and
wounded, to be sent to this city by General
Halieck, in any capacity that will enable
to render assistance to such disabled soldiers
as have been stricken down by sickness,
wounded while fighting the battles, of their
" Rttolved, That a committee of three
appointed by this meeting to confer with
Sanitary Committee, and make any and
arrangements necessary to carry out
" Betolvtd, That R. S. Newton, J. King
and E. Freeman cotstituta tha said com
B. H. Sewtou, JeT. D,
O. K. Dewlon. M.D.,
K Freeniau, M. D.a
2. Freeman. M D
B W, Boyntoa.M. D ,
B. W. McCarthy, M. D,
T. B. Jones. M U.
r J. Wright, M. D
J. Wl.eon, M. V ,
I. Hensball, M. D.,
- J. Bias, SI. D ,
J. at. Scudder, M B ,
, Wot. bliafwuud, M. D ,
The thanks of tbe Commission were re
turned to General Buel and to Captains Dick
arson and Schmidt for tha courtesies ax
tended by them to the Commission. .
The amount in tha treasury was reported
to be $43 19.
A delegation from Dayton visited
Commission, and a general consultation wag
had upon subjects connected with tha Com
mission. Messrs. Brooks and Shipley were appointed
committee to consider and; report upon
propriety of establishing a Soldiers' Home.
No intimation of the time when
wounded may ba axpected to arrive bas
Gsssrous. The Police Benevolent Asso
ciation have donated $100 to tbe Sanitary
tlommUsion, to ba used for tbe benefit of
JTVUBvUd. B14.ie fr9m Vrt Pt-nelsoB. u a
Piki's OrsBA-nouis A large and ex
ceedingly fashionable andlence greeted the
incomparable itonirt Heller inst night,
whose performance, like all else that Is in .
'rimirally good, in proves npon acquaint
ance. Second sight becomes more and more
perplexing and incomprehensible, for the
youthful phenomenon ench night developes
some new and startling phase of this modern
mystery. The last solution was that of a
knowing individual who sat near ns and
pronounced it "electricity." but still Heller
maintains that the marvel Is nothing more
or lers than a "trick," which is really the
most puzzling explanation of all. But two
mora chances are left this and to-morrow
night as the contemplated matinee to-morrow
will give place to tbe birthday celebra
tion. On Monday and Tuesday evenings our
Covington neighbors will be treated with a
banquet of Heller's superb magic and music.
Wood's Thbatib. As an appreciation of
Miss Kimberly's proffered assistance in the
celebration to-morrow, we deem it due her,
that to-night, upon tb occasion of her bene
fit, the citizens turn out and fill to overflow
ing the theater. The bill comprises The Oc
toroon and Mu B'ii'i Mirror. Miss Kim
berly appearing respectively as "Zoe," and
National Thbatsb. Miss Charlotte
Thompson, the star of attraction, performed
"Camille" last night to a well-filled house.
Ber impersonation of tbe r jeen of tbe Ca
millas, was received with delight. To night
Mies Thompson will be tbe recipient of
benefit, appearing as "Camille," and as "Mrs.
Ubulington," in A he Jtorntng Vail,
Niw Dramatic Coupasy. Mr. Pike has
again assumed the management of the
ODera house, and next month will com
mence the season wilh a grand combination
compacv, consisting in pait or Mr. and Mrs,
J. W. Wallack. jr., Jnlia Barrow. E. L.
Davenport, Wm. Wbeatley, and Tom Pla
cidts. The company will be the best com
bination of dramatic talent ever witnessed
on any stage outside of New York. - -
Horsb Tamer. Prof. Bain, a second
Rarey, has engaged Pike's Opera-house to
give exhibitions for Thursday, Friday and
Saturday of next week, and we learn that he
bas liberally tendered tbe receipts of tbe
first night to the Sanitary Commission for
the use of the sick and wounded soldiers.
A Lucky Thuf. Henry Brown, a negro,
wbo is so black that charcoal will make a
white mark on his face, is regarded by . the
police as the luckiest, most expert, and nimble-footed
thief in all Cincinnati. Henry is
aware of tbe estimation in which he is held
by the watchmen, and is proud of his dis
tinction. He frequently boasts of his profi
ciency in the light fingered art. He has been
arrested time and again, but is rarely ever
held long on account of a lack of proof to
convict bim. Somehow or other be manages
to steal articles for wbich do owner can be
foucd, and in this way the black rascal gen
erally manages' to escape from the clutches
of tbe law, Henry's field of operations is
confined principally to tbe wholesale dry
goods houses. His plsn of proceeding is to
enter a house of this kind and steal a bolt of
j- i. j . i. it r A : - I. : -
gooun, wuiuu, ii iuuuu iu uia puweeutuH, can
Lot be indentified by the owner, from the
fact that nearly every wholesale house la
the city bas goods of precisely the same
figure, kc. Several instances of this kind
have occurred lately. A bolt of cloth was
found in tbe darkey's possession which the
officers werca well satisfied he had stolen, but
toficd the owner was tbe difficulty. A number
of stores wers visited by the officers, where
gocds of the some pattern were found, but
tbe proprietors could aotswear that the piece
in question was their?, so it still remains at
one of the station-bouses.
Yesterday the officers found Heary strut
ting around the streets with a tne cloth
coat on his'back, and another under his arm.
ne was arrested and arraigned before Judge
Baffin ibis morning, bnt as no owner has yet
been fonnd for tbe coats, his examination
was laid over for a few days. Henry de
clares that he ia a persecsted African. Says
the police are jealous of bts good looks and
fine clothes. In point of intellect be thinks
there is ho comparison between himself and
his persecutors. He told a policeman, who
was testifying against him In Court the other
morning, that he had a dog at home more
BeuolVAe than him. Rs afUrwrard nmukd.
privately, that h would feel compelled
vrg pnraon oi dis aog lor caving associated
him with such bad company. Henry prides
himself on his learning, and at times is very
ironical. He never allows an opportunity to
pitch into the policemen to pass unimproved.
The privilege of croes-auestionimr them
when on the witness stand he regards as
glorions one, and always avails himself of it,
administering some scathing rebukes (in his
opinion) to them. Tbe other morning, in
answer to a question from the Court, as to
bow he came to be there on that occasion,
he said it was owing to a lack of money;
that had he possessed a very Bmall amount
of the "needful" be would have "greased the
officers' hands" and escaped. Henry is
great villain, who, we fear, is too sharp to
ever get his deserts. - - ,
Policb Court. The cold weather or the
patriotism aroused by some of our recent
victories, or some other cause, is working
most miraculous change for the better in tbe
morals of Cincinnati. During the past week
the arrests by tbe police have not averaged
more than ten or twelve per day. This
morning the; e were only ten esses on the
docket, five of which were for drunkenness
and vagrancy. Frederick Fisher, who has
no visible mesne of support, wag arrested
yesterday, while staggering into first one
house and then another, causing disturbances
and attracting a crowd around him. He
was sent across the street for thirty days.
John Devoto and Charles Devoto were fined
$10 each and costs, for committing an as
sault and battery upon Augustus Frothing.
Richard Sellman was arraigned on the charge
of adultery. The ease was continued
Monday next, and bail required of defendant
ic tbe sum of $200. Thomas Cronan wag
sent across tbe street for ten days, on the
charge of vagrancy. ,
'Recovirt of a Stolkn Watch About
two weeks ago tbe residence of Mr. J. R.
Cunningham, No. 319 Fourth-street, between
Smith and Park, wag burglariously entered
and robbed of between $200 and $300
money, and a fine gold watch, valued
$160. Every effort to ferret out the per
petrator of tbe robbery, by the officers
that ward, proved unavailing, and Mr. Cun
ningham concluded to cease searching for
tbe lost Watch. Last night at a late hour
his door-bell was rung, and, npon going
down glabra, be found a bundle lying on the
steps in front of his bonse, which, on being
opened, wss fonnd to contain his watch.
The thief doubtlesg thought that if he sold
the watch to a pawn-broker or any one else,
it might be the means of leading to his detec
tion. Haxo Out Youb Banbirs. The cele
bration to-morrow of Washington's Birth
day bids fair to outrival all previous patriotio
demonstrations. Already flags, evergreens,
red, wbite and blue muslin, Goddesses
Liberty, and other emblems of National char
acteristics, adorn public and private build
ings. Turn ont one and all, not only in
honor of Washington, but for the brave and
Gallant dead and dying, who have sacrificed
omes, friends and every thing dear to tbe
heart, in support i of' tbe glorioas Union
founded by the immortal Washington. Let
the day be a season of jubilant reioioing: let
every man show his colors, ana let those
bo do not show the
Stars and Stripes
migrate to Richmond.
A Hsartlbss Wrstch. An infirm old
lady, who said she was eighty years of age,
made ber appearance before the Board
Oounty Commissions! s, this morning, and
implored them to give her some money,
she would be thrown out of bee bouse into
tbe street immediately nnless she oould pay
two months' back rent. She rents from
Thomas Smith, No ST last Kightbrstreet.
Tbe Commissioners are authorized, where
tbey find persons iq extreme need, to afford
them aome relief from the Soldiers' Volun
teer Fond, and in t&ia case they seat a man
along with tbe old lady to ascertain If whit
ahe said was so. Ia the event that ber story
proves true, money will be given ner 10 pay
her reufc- ' K ' ... -r
The State vs. Jndah Hart The defendant.
charged with selling lottery tickets, was
ton rid guilty.
i;ivil r?ii). r. wesierman . it. l,uo
meier. ciuit tried berore Judge Oliver to re
cover damages 6r injury to plaintiff's prem
l;es, and a nuisance from a privy vault lo
cated on tbe defendant's lot.
Bsrosa Jddob Coffin. G. W. Cooper .
Tbe City. Tbe plaintiff, on the oocasion when
a number ot persons were aspemuied on tne
Fonrteenth-etreet bridge, looking-at the sol.
diers in tbe Orphan Asylum Lot, was one of
tbose wno was injured on tne onage giving
wey, and claims f j.uuo damages, a cnua
Wss drowned on the same occasion. It is
alleged the bridge was not built of sufficient
strength, and that notice of that fact was not
given to tbe public.
in tne case oi ever nam vr. mace Isaac,
in disposing of a question of notice, held
that tne indorses on a note was liable.
Chamber of Cohmircb. The following
resolution has been unanimously adopted
by the Chamber of Commerce:
Resolved, That a committee of seven mem
bers be appointed, who, after consultation
with the Collector of this port, and a full In
vestigation, shall report to tbe Chamber of
Commerce in reference to a modification of
tbe present system of restriction on ship
ments or merchandise and manufactured ar
ticles to points on the Ohio River in Penn
sylvania. Western Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky,
Indiana and Illinois, especially to points on
tbe north side of the river and above Louis
ville. Said report to be presented to a full
meeting of the Chamber, and it approved,
shall be presented to the Secretary of the
Tbe following named gentlemen were ap
pointed the Committee in accordan'na with
the terms of tbn resolition: N.W.Thomas,
A.Brown, J. W- Sibley, Jos. Torrence, B.
F. Brannon, 8. V. Coo, Phillip Hinkle.
t : i i m .
WATER-wohSS. The Board of Trustees
held their regular meeting yesterday after
noon, all the members present. The minutes
of the previous meeting were read and an
proved. Tbe weekly schedule of claims.
amounting to $616 85. was allowed and
ordered to be paid, of which $375 17 was for
weekly wages paid to bands; $146 18 to
Jacob Gardner for hauling coal, and the bal
ance for sundry small claims, rio mrtber
business of importance was transacted. On
motion the Board adjourned.
The W. 0. P. Indian Tribe will make their
second appearance in public, to-morrow, the
22d. They will meet this evening, the 21st
on Longworth-street, between Plum ana
Ceniral avenue, over Colonel Wiltsee's sta
ble, for the purpose of making arrangements
for the celebration. All youn g men desirous
of participating will be furnished frith miforms
and equipments, All are invited ; so
come on and showyour patriotism, By or
W. T. DUBOIS.
W. T. DUBOIS. EDWARD G. HALLEY.
COURTT MATT1R3. The Claim nf OaA 7
Hillor $100, against tbe Hamilton County
Agricultural oucietv, was signea for pay
ment this morning, by tbe Board of County
Commissioners. The following resolution
"Rttolved, By the Board of Commissioners,
that we will celebrate the birthday of Wash
ington, and therefore will transact no busi
ness on the 22d of February, and request
other county officers to suspend business on
I. 0. C. C Captain John C. Head is an
independent candidate for tbe City Council
from the Second Ward. Captain Mead is
not the nominee of any clique, party or as
sociation, and runs entirely npon his merits,
if we except his legs. Captain Mead pledges,
if elected no, wa are wsoog; he doesn't
pledge he don't know any thing abont
pledges previous to electron day. He is will
inc. however, that Newoort shall nav her
quota of the war tax, and that Billy Smith
bull ba a member of tbe School Board, and
that's savins- no little. All voters of the Seo-
ond Ward know to Cad Captain, Mead
if any aaaistauioa ia required. -
Tbb Twsstt ssoohd at thb Barracks.
Tbe approaching anniversary will be appro
priately celebrated by the troops at the Gar
rison. Salutes will be fired during the day,
and at night, in addition to a general illumi
nation ot all tbe buiidiocs. a errand disolar
of fireworks will be made. A number
our citizens have also expressed a determine
tion to appropriately celebrate the day.
Circdit Court. A very in teres tin or civil
uit, involving the title to large landed es
tates, is penaing in tuts uourt. TUe Court
will adjourn to morrow at noon.
Editors Pbxbs: I desire to thank the fol
lowing persons, who have contributed to the
wants of the distressed family of whom
you spoke on Wednesday : Messrs. Baugh
man, Engelbrook and Pritehard: and to tbe
following ladies: Mrs. Msjor Jordan, Mrs.
W. E. Ackley, Mrs. Wright, and the Misses
Vos Bender. Also, on behalf of Mrs. Benj.
Clark, I return thanks to the many friends
who contributed through her for the relief
.of the family mentioned.
GEO. A. JONES.
Niwpobt Cocsjoil Pbocbbdimos. Twenty
one dollars' worth of groceries and fifty
buBhels of coal have been distributed by the
Council Committee during the past week.
Claims amounting to $78 were allowed. The
suit of H. Huser against the city was com
promised by paying bim $25. Also, the
suit of . R. A. McDowell at $40 and costs.
Mr. Mead offered a resolution to have Front
Street from Columbia to Cabot improved
that vehicles could pass through the same;
"To Mabk hb Spot." The graves of the
rebels who died at the Barracks, have been
ordered to be suitably marked, by Lieutenant-Colonel
Sanderson, so that in the event
of tbeir friends desiring to remove the bo
dies, their identity may be preserved.
Council Prociidinqs. The regular meet
ing of this body took place last evening.
Tbe President, Mr. Ernest, presented the
following resolutions, which were almost
unanimously adopted, only one member,
Mr. Stevenson, of the Seventh Ward, voting
in the negative:
"Rttolved by the City Council of Covington,
That we greatly rejoice, in view of the re
cent victories which a favoring Providence
bas given to our National army, recognizing
in them the assurance ot the speedy deliver
ance of our State from the presence of hosa
tile armies, and tbe cheering promise of
early restoration of our distracted country
its wonted peace, unity and prosperity.
" Resolved, That our sincere thanks are dae,
and are hereby tendered, to the brave officers
and men through whose instrumentality
these victories bave been achieved.
"Resolved, That we have beard with Joy
the evidences of a restoration to their 'right
mind' of many who, under a spirit of Infatu
ation, have been engaged in an effort to de
stroy our National Government in the perpetuation
of which' in' its simplicity and
integrity is bound np the dearest temporal
interests of all of onr people, North aud
Booth, and of the oppressed of ail nations.
. "Resolved, That whenever tha people
the Seceded States, or any portion of them,
shall return to a true allegiance to tbe Gov
ernment of our fathers, we will welcome
them as brothers, and gladly unite with them
In a common rejoicing. '
A number of claims were allowed, and re
ports of committees received, after which
Council adjourned. .-j . ...
, TbabsFM oiRollii(0 Stocks We are in
formed that a large amount of the rolling
stock ef the Keataoky Central Railroad
been transferred to Louisville, where it will
be vasO oa the Louisville and Nashvilla Rail
road, for the transportation of stores and
munitions of war to our army at Bowling
Green and vicinity. Only three locomotives
rental on the Central Kentucky tine,
Imxhiwatjok. The United States officials
Of this city Intend celebrating the birthday
Of tha immertal Washington by a grand il
lumination of tbeir building, on the corner
of Sixth and Madison-streets, to-morrow
Tbirf. A man was arrested on the
steamer Magnolia while attempting to steal
from '.be stabs-rooms. He was delivered
over to the police and lodged in the Hammond-street
Stolf.m Coats. The Chief of Police bas
In his possession two new coats wbich have
been stolen. Those mines coats would do
well to call and examine the articles.
COVINGTON NEWS. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS:
Buckner Not Demanded by the
Cols. Corcoran, Lee and Maj. Bevere
Not with the Released Prisoners.
LATE SOUTHERN DISPATCHES.
Rumored Offer to Surrender
Wabhioto!, Feb. 20. After the Senate's
extra sess on to-dav the Treasury-note Bill
was received from the House with amend
ments. On motion of Mr. Fessenden Senate
disagreed to them, and a committee of con
ference was ordered. The Senato has had
under consideration yesterday and to-day, in
Executive session, a message rrom tne presi
dent embracing an important communication
for our Minister in Mexico, Mr. Corwin. The
proposition to pay the debt of Mexico was
rjnrticularlv under discussion.
Colonel Richardson, from tbe House Mili
tary Committee, is preparing a bill to effect
the incarceration of, and refusal to exchange
all prisoners who have taken oath to Bttpport
the Constitution of the United States as
Senators, members of Congress, Foreign
Ministers, and all who have been in the re
nlnr armv and navv. and who have accepted
office, either civil or military, under the so
rallnri Southern Con&deracv. In short, to
punish tbe leaders tn this rebellion, end un
der no pretext to let them escape.
Rrioadiar General Thomas Williams has
been released from duty in the department
of North Carolina, and ordered to report to
General Butler. - -
' The Executive Session of the Senate was
ctiictlv nccuDied to-dav with the considera
tions of our relations with Mexico, without
coming to any conclusion. The subjsct was
nrmtnoned till Tuesdav.
r n. . . e o nu.iH-.-
I nfl rruurb Ul uvuaiui uuuiucr, uuiikui.ii
" -mmittca on Fnreiirn Ralatinaa on
of the sjuw -can imbroglio and the dutv
tbe existing aev- J"
ot cur Government, is ma .
dear and conclusive exposition
tbe wbcle position. , ,,
It is believed that the recommendation
this report will be adopted by tbe Senate.
T.nritvu.i.a. Febrnarv 21. be Journal
was misinformed wilh regard to tbe capiat
reported to have been issaed by J udg'9 Catron
tor tne arrest oi uncancr. ne in unuor in
dictment, but it is not probable that the civil
authorities win aemana mm irom tne mili
Nrw Yobk, February 21. The Custom
house, Bank, Insurance Companies, Corn
Exchange, and nearly all business places,
will be closed to-morrow. There will be
Baltihobb, February 21. Neither Col
onel Corcoran, Colonel Lee or Major Revere
are among the returned prisoners.
Fobt Monbob, February 20. Notice hav
ing been received by General Wool that
some four hundred exchanged prisoners
would be sent down' tJb James River yes
terday, tha Qeergi Washington and Express
leit at aoont noon lor tne appointed meeting
Tbe fog did not lift till late in the evening.
This morning at sunrise the expected prison
ers made their appearance on tbe Wn. Alii
ton, which, it seemed, had also anchored
the night a few miles above us. The prison
eis were transferred to our boats.
A flag of truce to Craney Island, this after
noon, took several passengers down, and
brought back tbe crew of the steamer Fingal,
which ran the blockade of Savannah some
time since with a valuable cargo.
Tbe captain and crew of the lightship, be
fore reported as having gone ashore during
the last severe storm, and the crew of
British schooner, wbich also run into Savan
nah. No news of interest was received.
The Richmond papers of yesterday eon
tain the following dispatch:
Acsc&ta. Ga., Feb. 18. Prof. Paul arrived
here to-night from Nashville. He says that
Fort Donelson fell on Sunday morning, and
that Gen. Johnston had telegraphed to the
enemy, and offered to surrender Nashville
on condition that private property woald
No answer was received, but the msjority
of the citizens seemed willing to give up
these conditions. A large number of per
sons had left the city. Thirteen thousand
Federal troops were stationed at Fort Donel
son, and twenty thousand were at Clerks
ville. The river was rising so that the gunboats
of the enemy could reach Nashville.
large amount of Government stores will fall
into the hands of the enemy. Most of the
rolling stock will probably be saved.
Richmond, February 18. In the Senate
R. M. T. Hunter was elected 'President pro
ten. James H. Wash, ot South Carolina,
was elected Clerk. The following' Senators
were absent: Messrs. Bath, of Alabama;
Burnett, of Kentucky; Sims, of Louisiana;
Phelps, of Missitsippi.
, There was one Georgia vaoancy, In conse
quence of Mr. Toombs declining.
In the House Mr. Bocoek, of Virginia, was
elected Speaker, and Mr. Emmett Dickinson,
of Georgia, Clerk.
August a, Feb. 18. The Savannah Morn
ing Aetei has a special dispatch from Charles
ton, saying that the Captain of the schooner
Theodore, captured on Friday by the Yan
kees in Bull Bay, has escaped. He says that
tbe Yankees would capture and destroy Sa
vannah this ' week and Charleston soon
The latest intelligence from Savannah
that the Federal vessels are gaining ground
in their efforts to reach the main channel
tbe river, and that the attack would
much longer be delayed. A private dispatch
states that all was quiet yesterday morning.
Wabuikqtoh, Februarv 21. It is believed
that no information has been received here
other than that brought by tbe Norfolk
Steamboat, in relation to the proposed sur
lender of Nashville.
Wasbibgiow, February 21. SENATE
In consequence of the death of President
Lincoln's son, the Senate adjourned.
New York Market.
Naw York, February 21. Ashee quiet
and withont material change in price: small
salee are reported at $ 37H for pots, and
$8 25 for pearls. '
Receipts of Flour, 10,212 brls.; market dull
and 6c lower: sales of 8,000 brls. K5 60(J
6 for superfine; $5 75o 85 for extrweitate;
$5 60&5 65 for supeilaa Western ; $5 t5Cj
5 90 for common to medium extra Western,
and $C6 10 for shipping brands extra round
boos Ohio. Canadian Flour beavy and de
clining: tales of 500 brls. at $3 oo5 55
superfine, and $5 75(j$6 75 for extra. Rye
Flonr steady : email sales at $3 25g)4 25.
Receipts of Wheat 4,551 bush.; market
dull aaa nominally unchanged, without salee
of importance. Rye quiet at 83($tjc. Bar
lev dull at 809Oc lU-ceipU of Corn 3.C
bush.; market dull and heaVy: sales of 35,0
bush, at 3ti5c. Mixed Western OaU
at 39(310. ,
Poik continues firm; s'.ej o( SQObtrrels,
at $13 50314 for meM, and lilO forpn-np.
Iteeffirm: Sales of 100 barrnls. Cut Meat
firm. Bacon Sides qnlet, and withont ma
terial change In price. Dressed Hogs fit mr
at 4($.c. for Wentarn. Lard firm: sales of
800 barrels at 7X8c. . -.-, . . ;
nutter selling at ll(olc. for unio, ana IS
21o. for State. Cheese qniet at 67o.
w hiskv brmer: sales of 250 barrels, at zee.
Philadklphia, February 21 Flour qniet
sales l.CQO brls. at $5 2!Kw3 37 'i for saner-
fine.. Wheat drill: sales 4.000 bushels red at
$1 35; wblte $1 40. Corn firm and un
changed: sales 6.000 bushels. Mess Pork
J 13 50(a.l4 Lar 18Ic. Whisky unsettled:
sales at 242fic
Cincinnati Produce Market.
[Furnished by the Merchants' Exchange.]
FRIDAY EVENING, February 21.
WHEAT The demand is lass active, but
holders are firm, owing to the light stock,
snd refuse to sell except at full rates. Wa
quote prime red at ydc.(il, and print
white at $1 05 $1 08.
(JUKN is in good demand, ana the market
rules firm at 2723c. at the upper and 30c,
at the lower depots; 10,000 bush, shelled
sold at 30c., in bulk, at the lower depots.
UAT9 are steady and in lair demand at
2328ifc. in bulk. Sales 1,200 bushels ia
bulk at 28.Sc.
R i E is lc. higher and in active demand
at 62 53c. on arrival. Sales 500 bushels at
BARLEY A further advance of So. per
bushel was established after onr report of
yesterday, and the demand this morning ig
good at tbe advance, we quote prima rau
at 7275c., and prime spring at 6568oi
800 bushels prime spring sold at 60c.
II AY The demand for tight-pressed Is)
fair at $1313 50 per tun for prime, on ar
rival : ooe-pressed is dull at $12.
CHEESE The demand continues good.
and tbe market rules firm at fall rates. W
quote W. R. at 6c. end extra large at 7c. .
iiU l l r.lt Tne market tor we Deat grades
rules firm at 13 15c : common to good if
dull at C10a
c LED Tbe market for Clover is dull and
drooping, but prices are not quotably lower: -email
sales at $4 204 23. Timothy is in
moderate demand at $2 102 20, the latter
rate from store.
FLOUK The amount offering has large!
increased and the market is consequently
less firm, but prices are not lower : sales of
2 ooo brls. at i 00 for superbne, ana t eo
4 65 for extra.
WHISKY The market opened unsettled,
holders asking 18c. and buyersoffering 17X.
PROVISIONS Mess Pork is in good de
mand, with sates since our last of 2,100 brls.
at $12, ohiefly city packed. Country packed
is offered freely at this rate, but city is not.
Bulk meats are firm and in good demand at
3c. for Shoulders and 5c. for Bides. The)
tales since our last comprise 650,000 lbe.
Lard is firm at 7c. for tierce and 8c for
keg. It is rather difficult to bay prime sur
rendered at this rate.
GROCERIES The market is unchanged
and quiet, A moderate jobbing busineae
doing at 6K0io. for Sugar 4042o. for
Molasses, and 19M21ic. for Coffee.
JL a, IMI. List of Mail Mtearmrs for tba Hoatk st
,, , ' - York and Boston, for Ba
ropa, ilavaaa and California.
TIMS Or OPXHINO A&'0 GLfltfrrTO M AtlA.
Malls Bent nd Bsoswetf Tfsie
New Tork, Fbltad., Fltts-I
j burg, lluftalo, Cleveland A
Detroit and Toiad.
VI neon ne.
ladlaaaaolls and Cbicaa-o.
fliouiavllie, Kr., via ft.
Hamilton and Da? ton.
Aerjla ana Bprimaoia. .
f LeiiriKUn, Paris, Kr , andl
ar. ucatran Railroad. J
Kewaort and Covington. Kf .
Bt, Jvaafh, If o.
i Y, beellnx, Boston. Albanr, f
(. and Canada. J
inonqna ana lows.
I Portsmouth, (Jhllllooths.l
-! Marietta, OYrclsvIlla, WU-
f Katun, Ohio, Blohmond A
I OoDoers rllle. Iud.
Marsvills, Kr.,rM Kr. O.B.K.
All mver rosrua via at. 13't.
11. SOI williarnsbura and Batavla
furaretta and Terra rJauta, 1
Dailr California overland
is.aui jruua,viiia, Ana.
Men? errors oecnr br persons not orjsei ilng Ibex
following regulations in depositing letters, sesa
or miscellaneous publioaUoua in the oraoa Sue
All Daor-llTTnaj nrcrr raaraia ar romaai
r re payment, by starnas, required oa aU letters as
places within the United Btatea.
itaoAos ors mot prepaid anUoeseall tks Beat Letts
Odlos, end eke parly arirtrsmd anil not t isoeiAaaV sal
Pre per merit, Sv stamsc, required oa aU Breast snA
printed matter, foreign and doaaesiio
Br Inserting tbe count? in which the rales ts lew
eated, npon all letter, man? errors In aaaeraerlp
kion might ba detected, and miatakee In auiiiM
Te poelop oa sAre) saeisie, asaps, mjraifene, tta
grapae or photographic jtrvala, on rotters or ia pmmtr
vers,- aeoas. eoema er emeeaext; paoasgrseiais isr
aad letter ewrelenes. en vocikuies mot anoowttM. 6.
ease Jour mommis, asl Us roes of eae oral est eew
nr jtomh, uj mm uwiiuu mmp shoos en Me cswcea olesep
awlsrleeii aaadVed atifee, eatd ol tho rote of fine omnia
MOMtee er rraonoa of mm oemoeeeer Atotm kmm as eat
! prevued ey possago-iionngs.
Bame rates on cude, either blank er printed, and
blanks In package weighing at least eight onaosa.
aad eeeda or onttlnga la packages not armiadlasl
Valoable letter, for anv part of tha United States
Oeoada, Greet Britain, Fra. oe, Holland, the 1 telle
States, or Stages of the Oerraan-Aaatrlaa Postal
Union, will la registered on application at tea
offlce, between the hour of 7 A. M. and S f. sL.
letter to t registered eriU mot it repaired ai a War
""r OITICK H0UB8.
Office open from S A. M. to S P. H.
Open on B under rrom S to 10 A. If.
. vw. 4.0.BACM, F.H,
Cincinnati, Decern her
fPBB STlTB OF OHIO, nAtlir.l
A ttiCKI V, S8 1 lie Superior Court ol Oia
M Y. S8 1 lie Superior Court of Omnia.
netl 14.700.- Jaaoa (vans. Brians Swift. Hi.. a VP.
Ilugbs and Wilson T. Drake, Partners, ne Evas sa
Co., Plaintiffs, versus Washington Butcher nasi
John Butcher, Partner, aa Butcher k Brother, Ahe.
fendants, and Anlhonv Bullook and Morris Hi naa.
Garnisheeo lbeseld aefeodeote, Butcher A Brenn
er, are hereby notified that on tbe Sd der of Map.
A D lsSl, the said plaintifis Sled their petition Tlst
said Orurt, alleging therein that, on the 171 h dap
of February, Inel, the said Morria Orura mad ar
certain bill of oxenauge for tbe sum of e,0UO, nnel
liidoreed and directed the same to the said Bntohac
A Brother, br whom the earn waa dalr aoenansd 1
tbat alterward. at the request and tor the SwaeSS
of tbe said butcher A Brother, tbe aama wee duip
discounted br thee nlalatlA, at their beaking)
he use in Cinrliineti ; that there is due these plain
tiff, from dtfencente, on said draft, tha amid enna
oi S Ooo, atd Interest from May 1, leel j aad tne
eeid defeLdants are notified that the said Morria
Drum and Anthony Bullock have been served an
farnishees in said action. DeSsudaati ar reentrant
o plead, auswer or demur to said petition, on mt
befi re trie Slst der of December, A. D. IsSI ; other'
wise, judgment will be rendered against them ast
the property or credit of the said Butofor s
Brother In the possession or control of the eaia
garnishee be suljeoted to tbe permeat thereof.
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