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"WANTS," "FOB SALB," "TO I.BT," "tOST,"
"FOUND," 4c, In thii column, occupying 0ve line
or tow, two Insertions, tweoty-flve oenta.
mfANTED-COOK AND NURSE None
but those who are willing to do their dutr
ye., applr. Ioqiiireet m Longwortb-atreet, be
tween 9 and 10 o cluck A. M. oo&b'
VKfANTBD All persons wanting to em-
Ploy tbe best of help, nnraes, cooks or dining
room g Ir'S, or girl, for general bone-work, can bo
applied on ihort notl'. at Mrs. WARNER'S Intel.
Ilgence .iffloB, 308 Fifth-street, between Writers
row and John, onvb
WANTED A 8ITDATI0N By a young
man, In a wholesale or retail grocery, or
Bry good tore; speaks German. QoosT references
given. Addreaa HAKhT. thla office. oc3-b
WANTED GIRL To do the work of a
mall family Inquire eaat aid of Garrard.
Street. 2d house above Seventh. Govlna-ton. .tcA.e
WANTED Any energstlo man having
tlOOcan bare half the Interest In a strictly
-..) nai t.aa a urhieh. rui ., ran timn aw.. anna, tn
properly, or a Hood altuation with liberal salary will
be given for the loan of the amount, witn Rood se
curity, for particular add reus b. I)., Dux 1,830, post
office. H. B. This Is a good chanoe to make money.
WANTED SITUATION Por a first
rate cook. Alio, for chambermaid!, dining
room servants, nnraee, tewing and girls lor general
homework, in cily or country, wanted. A man to
Oil a eitnatlnn a short diatance in (be country. Ap
ply at my office, 3v7 Jilm and Ninth streets.
i oco-b THOMAS BUCHANAN.
WANTED OAS FITTERS $ gat flttors
wanted. Apply to McHKMUY CAUSON,
ooi-O 1I Maln-treot,
WANTED M0LDER3 At Globe Foun
dery, on Columbia-street, between Race and
Elm, tlx stood moldera. None need anolv but ilrat.
rate workmen. Steady work and good wage given.
rcl-b JA8. 8. POLLOCK,
WANTED PRINT COLORISTS-Two
or three god print eolorieta. Alio, several
?nnng g'rlt to earn the lame. Apply to (I. W,
'LEETWOUD, print publisher, Jl WestThtrd-at.,
over Phcentx Iaaurance office. o4-b
WANTED AGENTS Firat-olass agents
with email capital to eu.age In a respectable
bnsluess, to travel fur the concern. I'd por month
fleer of all exnenaee. Oall at the Indiana Huiue,
Flfih-etteet, Cincinnati, 0. J, L.OKAM, .
oot-b III tell Igeuoe Agent.
WANTED Clorki, salesmen, book-koep-era,
bar-koeper., porters, ooopra, earpentera,
mechanics, and others, can find iftoatlona at tba
Merchanta CUrks' Eeglstry Offlco, No. Ml West
octtJ . HALS 00.
WANTED An active business man with
a email eaah capital can pnrchaae an lntret
and engage Id a bnelneei that will pay at liaat dvono
par annum. Apply to HALB 4 00., Wl Weat Klf h
WANTED TO BELL An aotlve man
with a aniall capital, can bay one half of a gen
teel and paying buaioe-s, A rre ohauoa to make a
atari In builu.ai la now offered. Addreai 0. M.
Prfs. Office. oottb
WANTED A nana girl, one tnat can
onm well recommended. AddroeaDEBKLKT
J7I0R RENT U0U8E A briok hou-o, No.
47 Hilton street, corner of Broadway. Syooma
and ball, Intuira of J. B NEWMAN, 17 Slain atreet.
FOR REN r-ROOM-Tbe seoord-itorr room
on the nnrth-weit curnor of Main and Fonrth
ftreeta Apoly to T A. KVEKd, KngraTer, No I
Weat Funnh-iireet, Oiuclnn.tl. oottc
17I0RRENT BRICK DWELLING- Avery
datralile-brick duelling with "IX'nn rooms,
handaomely fined up; large gronnda, much valuable
fruit and nrubbry; would accommodati two taml
lira; en Wulnnt 41 Ilia, two nillea from the city, and
somblnlng city and country life. Bent low. Apply
to BAUUVLK. MACH4(J..,No. SA Welt Third
atreet, or to A. WBIQtlX.oornerofMainaiidTblrd
FOR SALE SHOW-OASES 4 second
hand ahow-casea. Call a' 80 eit Ponrlh-atieet.
OM-b 0. C.KVI riN 4 0(.
OR SALE DINING SALOON The old
and well.eetabllahed lilninc flalnon. at Nn. a
Aaat rourinmtreet naving aeventy-nve prompt pay
lug hnnrders, ,nn a good tranileui trade. Forfurther
parilruUra Inquire on the premlw. octb
FOR SALE NEWSPAPER An eatah.
liihed Republican Pnrx-riu one of thebeat rait
roaatovnalnMorlhernlllluola.. Addreaa J. R. 8 R.,
at tb la office, oc8-aw
FOR SALE 2 ROUTES Morning and
evening, fur sale low foroiah, only tobeaold i n
account of iuablllty to attend to them, earned by
elon.ua. A good chance. Apply at No. 1ft U-tt.
alreet. ' , . eep30aw
FOR SALE PAPERS Several tbouiand
old papers at 24c. per hundred, at thli onlce.
BOARDING Two gentlemen deitriug a
pleanaut place to board In a private fnmlly
where til. re a- alow boarders, would do well In rail
;t No 1U7 Lougworth-atreet, between Elm and Plum,
'erms wdmut-. o-4-b'
PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. -
AARON SBAW WOULD BEJG LEAVE TO
Inform his friends a,d the public generally,
-V, . t. . n. ...nnau.l u-i.ll hln. .... ... If -
D. Juhmron,of tlieUte firm of Johnaton, Header Si
On., anil Mr. John Lyfon. The business will here
after be conducted njnder the firm name of $ haw,
Johnaton k Co., at the old aland
No. 14 ISAmT FOtHTn-STREET.
With inereaaed facilities and additional experience
we hope to mor 1 1 not only a con ti n uance of the patron
age so llocrally beatowed heretofore, but to oiler ln
duoemenls, bolh to the wholeatleand rotall trade,
not to be excelled by any house lu the city.
WAR I WARM WE ARE RECEITING
daily, by Lightning Sxpreaa.SaN
through In M honra, William T: SmlthKyifV
A Co'a eelebmted Planted Oyetera, X2X
which we are selling at unprecedented
low prices, by Caie or Cans. Dealers and families
wanting a very large Oyster and freah from the
water, will send as their orders,
JOHN NAIRN. Agent,
eep28-cm Ho. 80 Sixth-street, Cincinnati. .
RINGFORD'S OSWEGO STARCH I
Thla is the moat delicate article In use for
Pudding, Blano Mange, Custard, Ao, It Is com
posed of the very finest parts of Indian Corn. A
small. kit In store and for aale by
. , .. . J. rEltODSON, Orocer, ' '
ooi Coma Ninth and Vine.
FRENCH MUSTARD LOUIT, FRERES
& 00. '8 Celebrated 'French Mutard-war-ranted
a pure Imported artlcla, and for aale by
. . J. FKRQUbON, Grocer,
oe4 Corner Ninth and Vine.
GOLDEN SYRUP. A SPLEJfDID AR
TICLE of Baltimore Oolden Syrup; alsd, Sagar.
bonaa and New Orleana Mola-x-a, for sale by
ee4 '"' :!1 -7 Corner Ninth and Vina.
i; " Engliuh Castor Oil.
PURE AND TASTELESS FOR SALE
In bottles, by
' " r.no- M- BIXON; Bngrlat, .
eel -aw . North-east corner of Fifth and Main.
SUPPLY OP THIS CELBBRATHD
Liniment eonatantly on hand at proprietor's
a.l. IU U1UAUN, i ruggiat,
Borlh-eaateOrnt-rof Fifth and Main.
Dixon's Vegetable Pills.
THESE PILLS ARB COMPOSED EN
TIIIBLT of vegetans eubstance. The; ars
,u.atV,!',fl" S" auprlor to any other for Headache
and Billions affection, for sl by
Ann m nrTitw t
oel.p,w ' Northeast oerner of Fifth andMafi
5 CASES PATENT AXLE GREASE
Tba chfapest aiid beet Areaae fur aarrlages,
Waons, aarie, c. For tale by
OI. M. DIXOW, rrogrlat, ,
ocl-aw North-east corner fifth and Mala.
1 AAA 'm0S IRISH GUM
-MvF W DROPt, Pectoral Sticks, Jujube
Pau, Ao. Forsaiaby
QKO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
eal-aw North -east corner Fifth and Mam.
Choice Havana Cigars. ,
IGARS AND TOBACCO OP THE VERT
beat brand) can always be had aa desired at
UiU. M. riAUNU. UUgglat,
Wnrr , eaat corner fifth and
It LI AM llNUY, ATTORNEY
AI ItAW, Cbaw BeUdlugi, 8. Kast Third-
Rocti roa Shi. A good routs for aale on
the Penny Prti. Iaqnirsj at the counting-room.
Esquimaux Cikowiiiti. Mr. 0. V. Hall,
of this oity, hag for many years been noqulring
information in reference to the Arotio regions,
cd qualifying himself to viilt theaoenea made
acred by the sad fate of Sir John Franklin.
Recent oooarrenoes bare earned him to make
ipeeial preparations to Join tbs expedition pro
posed to be made there next spring. - Latterly
he hag, to inure himself to fatigue, had a tent
and equipagein simple atylo prepared, and with
eandle, books and bottle of water, pitohed his
tent on Avery's Hill, in the rear of the Observ
atory. Last night he met with quite an ad
venture. About eleven o'clock hi tent was visited
by two Irishmen, one of them, or both, per
haps, armed with a ahot-gun, who demanded
admission, and something to drink, and on
refusal shot at the retiring enthusiast, who
having donned his pants, in shirt-sleeves and
bare feet made his escape in "Flora Temple"
time) to the city, not without the tent being
often fired into. A man named Harrigau,
driving his calvea to market, was hailed by
Hall, and the novitiate was brought home in
biB ludicrous condition. He returned at a
late hour with a potts of police to review the
scene of hostilities.
We have not learned what is the result of
their discoveries, but we are pretty sure Mr.
Hall eoDiidera that he would not have been
worge served by the Esquimaux. Star-gasing
la a novelty to our Milesian friends of the
shot-gun. Mr. Hall must, by this time, have
got over the halluoination of Hill-top mid
Boabd op Citt IxPBoviuigTi. The Board
met at the usual boar, and ths Clerk was di
rssted to prepare and transmit to the City
Conn oil ordinances to easeaa special taxes upon
property abutting on the following atreeta, via:
Clark-street, from Cotter to Baymlller; Bay.
miller-street, from Everett to Liberty; Levi
alley, from. Pleasant to Raoe -atreet. Also, a
resolution authorising the City Auditor to con
tract with Jones A Bonie; at ninety-two oents
par square yard, to pare with bowlder the in
tersection of Walnut and North Canal -streeti.
Also, a resolution authorising the Commissioner
of the Eastern District to have repaired the
loteraectlon of Hill and Martlo-itrests, at a
eott ot $15. Tbe Board adjourned until to
morrow morning at nine o'clock.
Remit or tbi Jul, Phtsiciait. The Jail
Physician, Dr. Fiahburn, report the follow-
"5 uu.u uui vmhhjivvi UIO 1-rVO.UjUVU IfUUI
the 16ih of September, to the lat of Ootober:
AgU. . HWH l
I) llrlutn Treia ns.
a a Hmii t a .. save
Cotjktt ComiigsiogiR. At a meeting of
ths Board of Cuunty Oommiaaionen jeaterday,
th following bill were audited and ordered to
be paid: . ......
To Fred. PSeal.r, Bool and Shoes furnished
lnma ei of L. B. L. Asylum. aeeetatast.(t,.aa.a $114 gj
Bame for Jai : ,7 on
Same for Chain-gang 74 7
To Gae Light and Coke Co. two months gas at
Court House .. o 11
Pay-roll for laborers at uew Jail for wura 334 11D
8sadrisa.u, .,.. , ,. 3 so
Mator's Licggst. The following are the
reoeipta fuf lioenves at; the Mayor's office dur
ing the week, ending Monday 1
,. ,w..,m' .$ a ro
St.ee Hail road,...
.......... fto in
..) 4 uo
- 3A 00
. 39 0
Ii Rl-ABBiBTlD. Jamea Oarlin aiwri Wm.
Kyle, who has been confined in the County
Jail for tome time past, charged with burglary
and robbery, was released a few d iya since
through mistake. The Grand Jury, it appear,
failed to find a bill against bint fur burglary,
and bit release was ordered. The charge of
burglary was againit James Oarlin, tnd that of
robbery against Win. Kyle. He waa arrested
yeiterday at Oxford, and brought back to the
Tb Ball Game. A gentleman, who hails
from Cattletaburg, Ky , arrived la this oity day
before yesterday, on the steamer Aurora, en
route for Missouri. ' He was called on yeater
day by a couple of accommodating individuals,
who kindly offered to eioort him around the
oity. They took him on tbe hill near the
Water-works, and relieved him of . $40 by
mean of the ball game,
Ewiko Houn at X s.i 1 a. We cheerfully
commend the above house to the traveling pub
lic. Parkhlll.more generally known aa "Jerry,"
ii a whole-souled chap, and never fails in ren
dering comfort and satlfaotion to his patrons.
"Jerry" and his polite clerk, Charley Cobban,
are a team. Success attend them. - ,
EiLD to Ambwbb. Calvin Baker and Jaok.
aon 0. Fletcher, were held in bonds of f 500
each by Judge JLowe yesterday to answer at
the Court, of Common Pleaa the . oharge of
highway robbery. . They are the young men
that knocked down and robbed a stranger near
Ashcraft'a saw-mill some evening since.
Tins Hats. B. B. Alley, opposite the
Broadway Hotel, is supplying the public
with fine hats and caps, which, for make,
style and quality, are hard to beat If you
want a neat oovering for the "dome of
thought," drop In Alley's, No. X Broadway,
and yon will be suited.
Meteorological observation for th
Pbnnt Pbis, by Henry Ware, Optician, No.
I west m ourtn-iireei, votooer , lvav. 1
O'clock. ' Barometer. Thermometer.
7 ft. ...H-.HI. H ...Nil. .KM aa
YoseiFO Lakd Warbubti. James Doleffa,
arrested aotne day since by Officer Warren
Lnndy, plead guilty before TJuited States
Commissioner Newball, yesterday, to tbe
charge of forging land warrants, and, w ai
informed, was released. . . '
Fociv.uhs. Dr. Muscroft found at hi of
floe on Weatern-row, cppoalta Twalfth-atreet,
about nine o'clock last evening, a basket con
taining m little girl, apparently about two
yeara old. It was taken to th Oom-ertlel
'Day tiooD. W ask the attention of onr
lady readers to the adver'laement of Charles 9.
Weatherby, 11J West Tifth atreet, found in
another oolamn. His atook of . drees good a is
large and well calculated to please the ladle.
Jill.' Down A. Vault. A man named
Owen Sullivan, who reeldea on GDo-street, be
twean Walnut and Vine, fall down a vault 00
Outtsr street, a distano of forty feet, and broke
hi baek. . : .
Bisibt' Wahiho. KHi Brunnar and
Rebeooe, Dully were flucd $10 and costs by
Judge Lowe yeiterday and aentenoed to nv
days lmpriaonmentla the City Prison. 1 .
n9 Three prisoners, Curren Dumphriss,
Ge.irge Btuvenranoh and Jamea Stewart war
duohargad from th County Jail. ; -
Gbabd Larcibt. George Wallenst.ln will
have a hearing in th Police Court this morn
log, on a (barge of grand laretny,
Wood's Tbratsb. A- crowded house wa
agate prmnnl nt tbe above earabllahment last even-Mr-
Anderson 'ssecuid imperaunation
ol "OUIpnua." We doubt if Mr. . has an equal in
thlsiuhllmeaDd Hart lug charaotor, aa his efforts
iHirniglirsurinused anything ofihe kind wuaveorr
witneawi. Mis. Killer's "Mophronla" ws Quite
creditable to that lady, and adds greatly to her
alri-aily established name, atlas Dunham as "aai.ur
pibblce," kept tbe nudinnce In a continnod roar of
laughter. 8hf la a capital actress, and has made a
boast of admirers ot her veraatile powers.
in- uiii iur mis evening la a repetition or Tbi
BOBBr.Bn.wllh Dir. Anderson as "Charles De Moore."
and Mia" Walte as "A moll v" Tub Alpihs Maid
Donhani will appear aa "Koaotte," and Mr. Adatne ai
um.b O..V. nun nn appear in two ot her
moat charm lug JaaoKi. . ,t ,
PaT.AOB flllntv TKla nt.M
great eucresa. Nightly the house is crowded by the
lovers of fun and amusement. Anna Holt's slnalna
alone Is sufficient to attract a large bouse.
Butts's Panorama Tbi fineploturel still
on exhibition at the Melodeon, and attracts large
crowds nightly If yi.u want to sea Palestine as it
was, go 10 tha Melodeon and see the Panorama.
- Officer leroy Bernard, of the Independent
Police, had a. diflienltv nn Hn.
night before last, with a man named John
Grant. He waa knocked down, and in falling
struck against the chime of a barrel, inflicting
eovora ganu ueiow me ten eye, urant waa
arrested and dlaoharffad h Jnt. T n . ...
O - - w wum WV.g, BB-
terday, Air, Bernard refuting to prosecute.
Night-schools art to be started In the First,
Third, Sixth and Seventh Districts.
Th work on the Fourth-street railroad ia
progreaalng rapidly. Th atreet will b clear
One hundred and twenty-eight transcripts In
State oases were died by the Auditor doting
the month of September.
At a meeting of the lot-holders In Spring
Grove Cemetery day before yesterday, Messrs.
Robert Buchanan, W. B, Smith and A. H.
Ernst, the old Board of Directors, were te
elestsd. -1 ,
Tb Brighton and West Bod Street Railroad
11c I doing a good lni(nn. i nra win y.a
running along Seventh to -freeman atreet In a
lew nays. - .
A young man named Warner, wa sentenoed
to ten days Imprisonment by Judge Low, yea
tafday, for attempting to rob tbe money-drawer
of a botcher on Fifth-street, near Him. He
waa alio lined $20 and coats. .
Josephine Deflin waa sentenced to the County
Jail for the vpaoa of two montba, by Judge
Lowe, yesterday, upon a charge of iteaiing $16.
1? orty persona iter tried lo th Police Court
George Bsok, for carry log sonesaled waaposa,
waa asnt.Dcad to tb County Jail for ten days,
and fined th oosts of proieoutlon. .
A drayman beat hit horn in a most shame
ful manner at the ooroar of Fourth and
Walnut atreeta, yeiterday. We were in
formed last evening, by a gentleman, who
saw the transaction, that a lady passing by
at th time burled aeveral bowlder at the
inhuman wreteh. '
Much credit ii da Measr. Campbell &
Evans, the keepers of the Ninth-street Sta-tion-houae,
for the eloanly condition of the
same. ( ( ...... .
A negro girl fell In a fit on Third-street
last night about eleven o'clook. She wa
discovered by some policemen, Who took her
to Hammond-etreet Station-houae, where she
was resuscitated. i '
Jacob Graff Co. sold a two-atory brick
dwelling, with front and rear yard, at No 178
Richmond-itreet, yesterday, to H H. Vocke,
for $1,400; one-half oaeh, balance in one year.
The silver cornet which will shortly be pre
lected to Captain Almon Mentor is on exhibi
tion at Wilton MoGlrew'i, corner of Fourth
A newatyl of hat, Intended for the day
police, may be seen at th Hammond-street
ptt" The committee appointed by tbe tax
payers of the Twelfth Ward mad th follow
"CINCINNATI, October 3, 1859.
''rudiWo2roJoii Cbwnfy, i ' '
"Sib We, the undersigned, a committee
appointed by the tax-payeri of the Twelfth
Ward, to examine the returns of the Assessor
of aaid Ward, would respectfully report that
aaid examination has been made by us, and we
find tbe aaid assessment to be in enoh an un
equal and ' unjust manner as to be beyond eur
means to auggeat any other mode of equalising
tbe Ward than that of having the same sa
seseed over; as it now ia, a large amount la
entirely omitted, while that which is assessed
is, almost without an exception, entirely too
" A resolution wsa passed instructing the
County Solicitor to inquire whether the As
sessor of aaid Ward ia liable, under bonda, for
tbe lneeualitv of hi a cuaeaamenta. Tba Anill
itor waa authorised to employ two competent
perions 10 review mo assessment of the
Twelfth Ward at a coat not to exceed $250.
BRfWHHsms's City Dlreotory for 1880, will
be promptly published on New Yeara. Th
compilers, numerous and well-drilled assist
ants oommenoed their work en Monday.
Every house and business place In the oity will
be viaited, aa well sa In Covington and New
port. Wa hope they will be well received, and
tbe Information (hey require promptly and
cheerfully given. vMboi -of tha eorrsctoeii of
the Direotory depends upon this.
- 1 t
pf Th following table shows th num
ber of case entered on th docket of three
Justioea of th Peace in tbla city, for the month
of September t :
. . ... O11'' Crlmlaat. Total.
Jqn re John MelTall..,.101 ... 4 ,.....l 6
Bqu re Bowkmp.....m ,.....I4,.m m.IM
Sflulre Hell, .104,w,..m..o,..H..iM
ATTRiims to Ha tie Himsclr. A dissi
pated individual named Daniel Boone was ar
rested and confined In the Hammond-street
8tat!on-hoiss yesterday for diaorderly con
duct. In the afternoon be made an attempt
to hang ntmaelf, bat wa prevented by th Si
tlou -housekeeper. . ' ;
ATTiurtRo Suicidb An Irishman named
John Clark, waa tried in th Polls Oonrt yes
terday nn a charge of drunkenness, and dis
charged on promise of reform. The officers
testified that they found him lying aeroaa tbe
track of tb Ohio and Mlsalaalppl Railroad,
and that when questioned h tinted, that be
desired to rid himself of life
Olnvana Tararl, who keena a aonfea-
tlonarv and fruit (tore on Ylne-itreet. near tha
Palace G.irdeo, awore out a warrant, yegt r
dy, before 'Squire SetceadaoDer, against a
man named Raphsll Brenohlnt, an Italian,
charging him with stealing a eoaple of pistols
and an opera-glS!, 1 ,.-
. Rurawat A couple of mules atteohed to
an omnibus became frightened neat tbe Jamei
tvwn lauding, In tba Seventeenth Ward, yes
terday, and ran off. The omnibus was npt
and considerably broken np. Two pssaengsrs
wer in tb 'bus at th time, but aaoaped with
out lijuiy. - !
SS A. A. Svater. Clocka. Watahea and
Jewelry, No. Ill and 171 Western-row.
Daguerreian Gallery, south-west oor
ner of Sixth and Western-row: over Bansaford'a
drag store,' Pictures taken and gut In good ease for
twenty oente. W at ranted to Blease. (.,..'
For ti von can aret. a. dn flit. nnliie.il
Pbotcgraph In a good gll t frame at tbe Oentral Pho
tograph and Uelalnotype Gallery, corner ot FUtb
ad Waatera-row, la charge of A, I, BjMat.
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
Berkle AV Quinn vs. Tha Town of Fulton, the
County Cnmmt-sionera and trio i'itr " liwlenatl.
A prorefdlng to quiet title. The tvrn pliilnnnta rna,ie
lmprovpmentaoii rertalnprnperty, which it l alleged
are .n tbo Una of the Jnua Kemnrr Iiiad,anf road
(as defondanta claim) belnw local. rt Ijoforn the im-pmveme'-ta
wer made. The original bill waa filed
uT-i. v inn auiiexaiiun i r uuun in inn ci'7. u.
Oulnn appeared for cnmplnlnants-beolhr parties
... B.i..i-nuini ui wuuh 1, wii uu, mr.ni.uvi A,UUM
and R. B. Hayoa.
In room No. 1, Judge Spenoer attended to
Incidental bnalness. No cases were heard. The mo
tion docket will be culled tliia dar. rWednMdav.l.nil
on to-m rrow de'Hiil ewiil bacalled.
In room No s. Judge iloadley, haard applleatlona
In tbe Probate Court, Judge Hlltep, at
tended alio to the aame builneaa.
jAnv eommnnloatlons from onr iVIenda wfll be
9",nJ.fnJ .lvod. Address " Press Bepor ter,"
Box 21, Covington, Ey.J
Citv Cornea. Business was resumed where
it was left off at the laat regular meeting.
Mr Batter.br reported In favorot paying $121 to
Mr. Herod foreervljwiasjalliir. ConcurreiTin.
Mr. A. Kwiog was appolutiMl iperlal Policemen for
thesoveiith Ward lid. part of the fifth, aa pro
vided fur by a late ordinance.
Mr. Myer., from Cummtttm on Propositions and
Grievance', reported In fuvor of reducing the asseas
mont on three lota from $MO t, &.t,iKi.
. Mr M-aJatfd that though he reported favorably,
to 1st the Council have an cppcrtunliy to act, yet be
waa opposed to the roduciloo.
1 he report waa nil coocuri ed In.
rTA petition from Samuel Birch, who had been fined
twice for tbe aame offenne, aud asking lelb-f. waa re
Mr. Menilet presented a petition from 8. Blynn,
asulnga Hoeuaetoaell meat. Referred.
Mr. Sleniie" offered 11 remonstra ce from the prop
erty holdersnf Ninth-street.agalnato. mpelUngtbeta
to repair the (Inst, 1' helug worn out by others,
niottly coal and atone wag .na.
(Hers the I Council waaedlhed by aloarned and elo
quen 1 dlsqnlaitiun on matter, and things In gnneral,
by F-ither litiut. taw, medicine, divinity, atre Is,
chantUy of language, public roada, ooal -carta, prop
ertvhulders and ten minute rules, wer amply dia
euesod In all their phases-)
The remonstrance waa received and died.
The sport of the Oity Fbyatoiau waa reoelved and
A mistake having ooenrred In the ailverttsem.nl
for 'he Improvement of Mntb-itreet, the Chairman
of the (kimailiten on Internal Improvement waa
Wm. Brant, th-titers;, was ned for the remain
der of 'bo evening, and Mr. Stevenaon appointed In
Theiiids forth. Improvement of Elulith-etreetwore
examined n-.d the contract awatded to Micbatl
Moore a. tha loweet bldu.r.
Mr. B .ttersbj asked and obtained leave to Intro
duce an oidinaoce regulating the muting of tba
( fl-ro. again. Father Allnntt epres't hlmse.f on the
anbiect of Mr. and Mrs. Oonisai, baua, turulpaand
oat'bHge.) ThSordinau ewaa leet - ' - .
An nrdlnance waapasad f r tbe Improvement of
tbe sidewalk on Seveuth-.treet, from Uartlu to
Railroad Salb To day tbe nnta0ty Cen
tral, or Cuvlngton and Lexington Railroad, will be
e. iid to the h'gheat binder, '0 -atln'r tbe rrrdltortof
tbe concern. In all probability the 01 Igluil stock
h Id a will never realiinadnllarof the mono they
Inv aied, out of the pm eds of .he aale; yet few, If
any. will ever r.nret having a.iisted to build ,t, ea
pe.4allyihi.ee who own farme in Its vicinity, who
annually lealise mnr. fn m the increaeoa demand fur
proiliicu "hlc.li it occa-lotied, tban they lose bv tha
f. Dure of tbe road w.aupruee that ti will full Into
tb. hands of anentlrelv dluerent company, oueth -t
will be unfettered by debts, and he earnings of ths
rond wl I not ' e ea tan i n by annual deuiaiiila In tbe
shapivf interest. Indued, we 11 leva ih.tthe order
for sale Hives general sw lafactian among ths atbek.
holders, wi o dnd themxalVra thus freed from further
responsibility and trouble. Tha tale lakes plate at
A rather green looking Individnal sailed at
the office of th. Judge of the County Court yesterday,
to "buy a llernte to peddle." aratlng that be had
some needles, plus, caudles. and"airh."at theearhe
time holding out his hand containing two cents,
and wanting to know If that a " enough to ray rot
them " On being to d thai It would take $ to pro
cure the license heseeimd sadly disappointed, de
claring thai he had started with a duluis' worth tu
peddle nu, and appealed to tho Judge to sive him a
"Ikeuaetos-ll the iiouianyhow,"but the Judge was
uiiah e to gratify liim,ati.ilnwHi compellnd to return
to Cincinnati without havl g "mid. hla forluue
Policb Court John Oillnn, for disorderly
eondnct, was yaat.rday fined 10 40 la th Police
CoU't.. . . .
RaCrrs. The fast hnr'ea " Lezintftnn" and
"Revenue' from 8r. Louis Fntr, were stopping yes
terday at Lynu's livery stable, while en routs for
Snbsorlpllon., advertlmentt and communica
tions, add reesea to the "Press iieporter," Box 83, will
be attended to. 1 ... .....
Qivxrt CorST ivo Oopbt or' dum. On
Recount of the death of hla father. Judge Boydwaa
unable ti preaide at the Court of Claim laat Monitay.
and hla pia-e wai Oiled by A. W. Johnson, Iso ,
acting as Juitice ef AlixaudrU precinct. .
The family of the Mayor is still 10 afflicted
by alcknees aa to prevent hit leaving home to
attend to bualueaa. ,
Ouroltilena appear to be greatly enamored
of the chase. Captain Caldwell and a number of hla
friends are n"W in the Michigan forest slaughtering
the deer; and nent week Capt. W ill Air and party will
vlaitthe reglon'of Ohio, above riqna, f.r the aame
purpose. Don't forget y..ur beet frleudalwhen they
are paid for their friendship) the reportora.
TUESDAY, October 4—3 P. M.
Third-street hnt "been very aotive to-dav.
llUInn Ih. Jk n .. . U . -
.- ... huh tu- ,.nuiub iwing T-ry neavy.
Currency In active demand. All the bankers report
Exchange vorv Hrm at premium selling rate to
enatomera Outsiders are oouptlledto pay an ad
vance on this rate.
Kaatern Exrhange baa declined In Chicago to IX
premium selling ratn. Market Hrm.
New Orleana Kxehange par buying; selling at H
premium. Verv few tranaactlone. " 1
mltm d" ' M Cn" b"y ""'' Ml,'" " re"
j.gMtern Exohargo In St. Louis 1 per cent, premium.
NEWS AND GOSSIP.
a"TJpward of two hundred vessels are
now in th Rappahannock Hirer engaged in
oyatericg. .-, 1 ., -
bV-Gen. Jeaarjp, Ordlnanee-Master-Oeu-eral
of the United State Army, it lying very
ill in Hew York. ;
lttt-A. W. Semmes, Esq., lawyer, com
mitted suicid at New Orleans on Sunday by
taking morphine. .
SWild turkey, foxes and iquirrel are
exceedingly plnty in th Tioinlty of Cham
beraburg, Penn. ..
A boy named Jam Harrl,only four
teen year old, has bono found guilty of mur.
der at Boonvilie, Mo. i : -
oe-Charlee Mathews and wlf art tfoming
In the 6ai Eantn, with th design of giv
ing entertainment during the passage.
"Sreenwioh a modest little town In
Xngiand, which supplies the world with
longitude and keeps none for itself.
uVThe faenn Adooeata of tbe Jd ult , re
cords the death of Thomas J. Nicbolaon,
near Victoria, at the advanced age of one
hundred and leven yean,'
TBef ia declining In New York.' Some
of th penpl of that hug city hare deter
mined not to take it for aotuatiin, on acoouat
of It high price. .
. JUTThomaa A. 6ren, of New Bedford,
gathered from on tres thia uon one thou
aand four hundred and fifty perfect pears, of
excellent flavor. . 1 , ; t
bVA lady In Middletan, Conn., hat re
covered by a law auit $ii and ooita, from au
ill msnuered chap who dressed himself np
aa a ghoit, and nearly frightened her to
0TThe Buffalo people are I ready pre
parlog.their skating pond for the coming win-'
tf. and autlolcat. that . It till! ' fr,,e,l tl,.m
much pleasure., They have eolar.ed th pond
to double itt former, area.
- rr wm. j-via... uiuee ui
the Pacific Railroad in Missouri have heon com
pleted, ai toe aggregate outlay f nearly
812,000,000. ' There are yet one hundred and
fourteen thlle to bllllcl In nrdnr tn : ih.hI...
(he road to, Kansas City, This ia to coat
tr.ooo.ooo ', .
XSAIlowlng Ave tbnnaanil uluht lmnJ..t
and aix ty-three yea,ri, ginoe. the creation, one
viii.uu in.. average numoAT-.. ot Uahbitaots,
thirty years for a generation, fix square feet
for the average ails of a grave, it requires forty
W thousand, mile to bury them them.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
TUESDAY EVENING, October 4, 1859.
FIjOCB 'Th. market ftnvttlniu-. .n,l In.-, I..
and few buyers The sale, in-dav were 80 trie, extra
oi w,ano i.ia.-on Mii-rnue at SI M. Attbl.rate
there ware more a-llme iban bayer.. I.Coo brta. wer
ri'0''l th laat twent'-tour hours.
wHIdKY-Tho rteiuand uiniiniws active, and
prlcea are He higher, bales of 1,00 hrls. at 2.M(
KJMc., tha latter rate for wagon: and 109 brls. high
WuVlMXB-AtoutMWii Bawn sold to-day
TjieMth jf ihla month. Nothing done In bulk Heats,
thoy are held (Irmly at Taod 9o., loo.. Lar.l la noml
'"o", .'.'Afilf .nd men '""'k at 8 h ;r:a)U.
tKUi bttlhS-An artlvu denind li r Biigar, lth
57 imm., mi iaor rate g.,r chobe,
CORN A CO II I III lied a.t.1,1 liem-nrl end fV. .V..
liTSrll'.0 mM."e' - Arm, and pMcea steady at 78o
BAULtCY-i-alos an hnah-ls s'rlctly piini. fall at
Tiej.nd IWdo.atfuo. Marketdull. '"u"
He A f,Jr d,lnanl1' 8l SOO bushels at 42(9
"iil.TST! LTUL2l -y-xiiwic. vonea.teaay at ?ltc.
WHEAT Tbe market la unlet and dull, though
prices are uncnaimeu. rjnles.too bueh.la red at SI
ItlO dn. at il HI: 300 do. iroud m lilte ( l n '
TUESDAY EVENING, October 4, 1859. [By Telegraph. ]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, October 4—P. M.
Flour very heavy, and 10c. lower: aale
$,tOu brls at (4 an I M fur .uperflne State! St 60Ta n
.':r-r!tBi.B'e' 4 M 'ut auporftue WVaierni
f4jf4o.K,. ';t0,.I."o." UO(' eltr Western,
and 84 )fj to fur interior to aood shipping branns
e'r ruuud-huop Ohio, oloidug heavy tlanadlan
Flourlovver: saleaof Mobrls at 85 10 for o-.m-mon
to Choice extru. Hia Flnne I. In r,itiA.i .rti,(
lg,l 40. ' ','
ueai neavy ano to. loen sate. 7S. 00 bnhel at
93o. Iur No. g ;Mcago spring; oM9 for good to
p"?if. ?.'iw.&i'.k I U'u'Swl U forehoica red Iowa,
and (I .,ai 31 for while Vteatern Kye steadv and
quiet at BTeo. Barley heavy a. d dull at fStv
t orn eoarie aud better: ea H.noo bush.la at W3.
fur mixed W oaiei u. and tt0. for COmmun roun- y...
low. Otis dull at 4l43olor State, and 0t3. for
Western nod Canadian. i
7rhm -6r'u''r' ud leld,,t 2s,'wltn bw" '
1 ork heavy and lower; sales ,0Wl b-ls. at 813 Jft
14 U for mew, 8111 S7 for prime, aud (13 10 for prliiX
mess, Including SSO brl meaa, .ell Ks option, tali ibe
1st of Noveuih-r, at Hi i. lie, f uuch-nge'i: sa es
200 brls ai m 60 for oountry prims; 6 do.
mess; 8.10150 tor re-p.ckiHi me-i. and tloAil'or
exira do User Uama quiet at 8loai7. Frlme o.e-a
Beef dull and nominal. Cut Heata carc ud Arm
at 8c tor fhunlders. and 0. for Hams Bacon jn-'
obanawl Lard In demand and firm: sale. .00 brla.
Bnttei- ateady at l3X!ac for Ohio, an I lTttfl. for
State. Chreastsadyt Hte.
ottoo heavy: Jnobaia.
Sugar Arm; the ft r grade, have advanotd (o
Muacov-do sella at H6(Cl Q,fM a,m. jnollic
Iron ateadvai 8 ?4.
Tuliacoii drmat 4tllo. -1(y.'vi,!,rn,!
"" ece at 40MJe.
pulled Wool, wills a small stock, la very Srn at ia)
Potasha 85 H; Prlt 8 00. - '
[By Telegraph. ]
[By Telegraph. ] New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, October 4.
Cotton- Prlcea Irrcgulort aaiea 8,000 bale
at IKBMJgo for middling on.lltle.. Bile, forth-eo
daya IS nil tiles; rec Ipl. dn. 34.0110 bales against
93 lino bilea lt tear: recelp s ahead i.r laat ear
M (i0 balea. Sugar tloaid firm: snlss at 1 : I'ork
Brni at s an f r Western nieai Km I'offeo qiK.t.s
at n)io The account- repreeent thei Cittmi
crop 1 Loiii-laiia as flru rat. TU. Sugar crop la
Inferior and email.
BALTIMORE, October 4—M.
Flntirquletj and Hnwsrd $5 1 Wheat
very flrmand advancing; uhlteSl S2; reril"l7ifti 18.
orn qolej: whUa a.,, . w g,m Whl.Kv
quiet; Ohio i8o. Pr vlntona buoyant Pork
unchanged; Shoulders m&tXo.; Sides 10H10.0.
flrooeries unchanged. .. w
AsRiVAU-Boetona, Portemoutb) Boston, Big
Randy: Jacob Strader, toulevilla: Imnisith, Mava
vllie; Priursas. Bladlson; Lib.rty, Wheeling; Idea
aengrr, a. .Orleans. .... . ,
DsARTuags- B..stnn, Lonlivllle; Bnntnna," Ports-
oiuuiii, iuitieiiii, juayevui.; a, w. tuar'ter. K.
."(.""""j iMn'ii-uii-, at jxana, ritt-nurg;
Canibridge, ft. Louii: (illeper, Big Sandy; Liborry,
Wheeling: Sam Klrkmaii, Memphis; Altamont.
dock; (Jomibodore Perry, I'lttaburg. .
NEW i:.l,LI.ll WORKS.
AKEW AMD -
... . - .-.ot-
BTJtWER'S P0BMS AND DHAMAS.---THlt
Poetical and Dramatic Works or Sir Edward Bnl.
war L ttou, Bart. vola. Price..., 85 Wl
NEW BOOK BY AUTHOR OP PAUL PRY,
Comlo Sketohea to. The Omle Sketch-boo; or.
Mhotches and Recullec ions, by Jno. Poole. Esq .
author of Paul Pry. Ptice... ... eo
SHIFTING SCENES IN THEATRICAL
Life, by Kllia Hloitauly, comedienne. Prlo.. 38
D0LTINOS OP A LOUNGER, BY FRANK
FOWlaB .. Price....... .! ."..
MERVYN CLETHEROE, BY WILLIAM
, HABBISOS AINSWOBTB. ,Prlce...... )
A anpDly of all trie late EoglLih publlcationa kept
constantly on hand. . , . . . '
Sole We'tern Agcmtafor Bolea's celebrated libra-rlea-a
full supply always en band, and uew volumes
recel' fd aa Roun aa inani'd.
agrCataloguea fuiulshed on application.
; ROB'T CLARKE .& CO.,
- ''' i. :. :'.J "i.;'
i. No 95, West Fourth-street.
tocMb " "
WILLIAM REANE, ,
(Successor to Caldwell itjalther,) -'
806 WEST SIXTII-STREBT, ! f
I Prepared fo do all kind of Plumber
. Work on hort Notice. '.
oclbw H. OAITHER, Superlnt.ndeit,
Portable Grludlug and Boltiug-
. Corn and Peen Mills :
Of ALL SIZES, CAST IN 8TR0NS IRON
Frame;, caat so id, both upper and undfr run
ners. Bmut M.ohlnes, Flour Packers. BoltloaCloth
Belting, 4c, Pocuble Engines aud Uui srs.
W. W. HAMER & Ca,;rt
N. E. Cor. Western-row and Colombia-street.
ear ClioaUra aent on application with postage
Aromatio Tinoture of Myrrh.
I0R WHITENIN8 AND PRESERVING
.I.HtTuJttH n.mlanlh.4k. ... t. I A . .
tli. Breath, lbswrll.knownauti-.ptic properties of
jh'iiu ...wui.iuicu iu 1 me preparation wim Some
of ths most agreeable aromatic pe-fumes, which ren
ders it not ouiy a hlghly-.fflcl.ni, but alao an eiceod-tngiy-
plea-ant nmaih-waib. It la tnvaluabl. for
parsons ho amok, or chew tobaoco, aa it Immedi
ately rhanet Ibe rnnnth and removes all tbeun
plcasaut odor from the brenib. Pepared atidf irsale
by . 8tlU, KCK8TKIN A CO.. ,-
f8- ' '' tlptwltethe P atofftce.
Paotoral Fomigator of J. I'spio.'
0T A 8IN&LE NKKV0U3 AFFECTION
of the chest, neck, face and he d exl ia which
oan nni ; d cureii, or at an eveuia relieved, by the use
of the Pectoral Kumlmunr. As'hma, Palpitation of
the Heats. Vervona Cnnah. RnH.m.nr th. Then.
ud Ktomaeb, He Poloraui, Head ohee, Twit hache,
'rjlenplee.ne,Beall yield to t.hwl.n power. Fur
Mleby SUIRE, KCKHTa-IISA CO.,
ocJ o ' tpt site the Poetofnce.
- Cod-liver Oil.
WE 1IAVE JUST RE0EIVSD A BTJ1
TLTof . 7
J H'OOf N'S . ''P -t
. . - and UiMES'inod-lrverOlls.
Which can b. rsliao noon aa pur. fr- ah and irennlne.
;F'r..i.hy .. .i KtJKSTKl" a 00!, .
-- :, Opposite the Po-tofflis.
Old London Dock Gin.. .
BiVnINQER'8 "OLD 'LONDON . DOCK
Oio. de.lifnere,l f. th. n.e nf.. af&tn.l T,-..
feaslon and tbe fiully-n,aees(ng ibo-e lulrl'sto
meeloinaj propertle ithich belong to -no d and pure
dm; put up lu quart boitloi. Fnrrulebr '
BU1UB, ttUhSt Kl.l W,-.
ooi-o Opposite th. Poatoffloe,
' Loadon Porter and Scotch -lie.
JEFFREY'S SCOTCH ALE AND BYASS'8
Loudon Porter, genuine, In pints. For sale by
... tJUlBlC. S.CK8TIIN A uo
ec3-e ' Opposite the PoetolBoe.
LANE aV BODLIY, 771
' MAlTOPAOTORSRIl OP
Wood-Working . Machinery,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Oerner J otttt and Water u., VIaolaoatl,Q
BHBABS V CO., at -their i.ate-tomr Ki-a 57
sBsui 1U1 Main ataa t).u.A ... J uk a ' .i
j..,-. v, n " nil riiw-e ata aHG(Iin
Vl'sk VsiVtAA.Ia An 'I H FT U l 11 A V UltUil TUt jTi-a,
.vrri.aws- via - am w aat-arti a Dl'ru.t a I' ajr JV, Old.
1- vis iivncurti Bl'iB31Wijr 7CX. OlOg,
Men, Boy.- ami VonihO, W..mi,)
d t hlld t Birr.' fih; itfutj-Blawnrinient
AUCTION' 8 AL E.-BY G. BRA
an art A sDiai bl nn aa.a . . . . .
AaK.ran .n,umjj.fR'tmTamam O9.m.mon a tnJLia
trMt. Hpeo'al m) of Hutu a OiffMrfi.'Ae will Mil
FRIDAY MORMNU, (ot. -r,4t fo'oliih, wltfrnt
vajia f'lff.ra Ftnrn. .Ver-jk..... and v.rLvi. l.r.nria
for rash, , ,
on.. ' . O 'nntgnKARft A An , Anet'ra
AUCTIOS SALE.-BY H. 8. MILES
A CO., No. 33. Jlaio-atre-t-Orowrles, u)lan
waie, Wrapping t;aper. fiuota. t-h , to., at auo-tlon.-On
'IHCR8DA1 MOKNI.NO, Oct S, at 0
o'eiock, a large stock uf aiapl. Grocerlea, Glassware
and T'lhaceo. . . .. ,
A L80 noota. Shoe, Brcgans and.womena' Boots.
ALrJU-1,500 Bundl a 9' raw and ttuff Paper;
labia aud Pocket Cutlery, Ac, '
oo H. 8. MILES A Ou., Auctioneers,
Ul'TION lLi By K St LOGO A
WILLIAMS, Sale-rooms 21 and M Emt Third-S.,rot-T.
k n' DT O aida at auction. -Ott
THCR8DAY t.OHSINU, Oct Cat u'clvk
a cut stuck i,f a rotall dry goods a tore, embracing a
Clui ha. Casaimeree, Batlnsta, Jeana, Flannel., Una.
line, Luuers, Delatuas, Hrllllng, Prints, Camliilca,
Piaid., Oinghama, IiMub. Un., T.ljle Linen,
Diapers, epm.l Thread, Huslery, Buttons. Hhirta and
Drawe e. ILaudkaxciiUla, houu. oaboes, A. To be
sold without reerve
ALSO pieoea of Wool and Ingrain QarpstuLg.
. SOpalrol ttiankeis ;
And a variety of other goods. '. f! e,.-,
oco , : , A. K aLLOQO, Aactlotiaer.
AUCTION fl 4 1.E.BY US H1I,E4
k CO., ho. 19 Main sti eel Boot.. Abne-and
Orooeries at aitotloa.-Ou 1 HCBS'"AT MORNINli,
U tbnr 4, at u'clook. a oases nana' Kip Ad 1 Vif
Boom, lis raws Boya ao. d... do., tt cases Neu', B ya'
and womeiw' Alp ana Calf Brogans and Boots.
' A LSI e A Urge and general variel) of IfapleOro
oeriea, 2.UU0 buadlos Btiaw and hag W aeplag
Paper, 73 boxes, buts audesddlaa Va., Ky.and Mo.
Tobacco,; . '1 . , .,.,1 - wog
,t ,t p Tlmeeand F.no.olrsreopy.1, '
AUCTION 8 A LE-BY THOMAS
J0UN6T0N, InSalM-roouia, No.M Main-.tr-et.
fiiext to Trust Uimpauy Bank .- Prime .tork
Boors and shoes, fine Curp tluga, Ac, atAuotlon.
Uu WEDNKbUaV MOItNINO, Oclobert.i-onimcUO-ln
at (,'oloek, will baaold without reservej M. 'a
and Boya' prime brocana; Meu'a On. iiestfla iters;
Ox for I Tloe; Women's, Miaaee' and Child.. o .Sh-eaj
Youth.' and - Infant.- Buota; Ladies' But CnUtor
Boots: OVHrhhoes, A.
N. B t'lil-i .took of shoes will be well worth tha
attention of chy and oountry buyers.
ALSO At II i.'cb ck-L, t of flne Oanetlng
00S THUMA9 JOHNSTON, Auctioneer.
i!.., v ( ;
THB FIRM Of
SPR AGUE & CO.
! HAVfl OPENED IN THHItt
PiT e -w Store
' SoTith-eait Cor. Fourth and Vino,
TH URSDAlf 8TII IIS ST.,
WITH THE LARGEST AID
-JTTar ato-k of Oooda far MlM's
WEAK ever offend in Oinctanatl.
r .- -J ,,', ,: --!, (.; ,.'
TBI bTOCS OF i. . . i
PIE O E G- O O D S,
' ,. f
To make up to RUaiar, wlU be Urge and varied,
W hav.a ' ;
'. ; . ' '' t 'r l.- .--' 'l
New Corps of Outtora,
From Mew Tork and Philadelphia, who profess to
understand the art of Cutting Stylish Cranuent to
order. ...... .
W- for past favors we re tors many thanks, and
hope to merit future patronages. Truly, ".
SPRACUE & CO.
--m . lept tf 1 -
" ATTENTION, BUILDERS!
THOS. W. FJRRIi' l J,
HAVE E3T ABLI3HBD THB FACT
that they are telling lumber at their yard on
Dayton BUroad,11"' ' "ll",ll"1H HBllto
' AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumbar Dealer la tb aits'.
" Quick Sales and Small Profits"
.l.m.'TV: '!; '.: : .- ,.w, .
.1 "; 1 f .-I ,7 J lBTHBIB, MOTTO. ,!
:h T ; . r.A
They lubnalt the following list of prloeei '
Clear Inmt'.r, .11 thicknesses, 1 In. meaa! 7 So 'o m
Beet tuniou. 14 and inch I'lauk... 00 i
Heat ' " I Inch Bo.rd"............. a 7j ,0
Second ' , alltltioknesea...., it art 17 mi
Thl d ." . Board-.,.. ....., II So II ,10
Grub Rank, race meaanre. ,. jj ji, jh or,
Hemlock Joist, Scantling aud Timber.,. II 11 so
Poplar " . " ' . 1 1 si, 1. aX
FiratOommoBFIoortnt Boarda.i.. .... sa 0 at so
First Common Weather Boards......... la 00 17 AO
oeuuuu .... Ii CO IS UI
Cedar Posta, t by 4, t feet, per hundred.. M (in m 00
Cedar " . tor xanQlna. mm u
Cedar ,," , torfanolag,
"," ' CO MM
A further rednollon of IK per cent, will b. made on
bill, of 8.W0 or more. ;
W. have on. of the largest and bast selwt.il stock
of Lumber to the Cincinnati market, whlak wa offsr
for aal. at tb. above pi lose,
; THE OYSTER TRADE.
Oyster, Importing , House.
NO. 31 W.RHT FIFTU-tTREET.
TUB SUBSCRIBER IS NOW RECBIV
ISO dally, per Expreea, hie splendid Oy.ters.
Having completed arMnaem.nte in B-ittntoie, on
thunioet xteeaiv. aole, I will at all timeodurlog
the season be prapar-d to fbrnish my frletirta, "and
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BIVALVES Imp .'tod to th- Queen City. None bet
tbe vary best imported. Or inducement, offered
at thla Imporilng-bonea.
tjrder sloUelted and promptly filled. Term. eaah.
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BY'8 world-reuowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Keg and 8helf Oyiten.
R0BEET 0ES, Agent.'
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