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WANTED.
"WANTS," "FOB BAH," "TO LIT," "LOST,"
"FOUND," Ao., in this oolnmn, oooapying flie 11dm
or 1m , two Insertions, twenty-live cents.
WANTED SITUATION By a girl 17
jreere old, u chambermaid or nam In asma'l
family. Good wages nd a good place are dining.
Address O. A. P , thla office. oc2lb
WANTED SHOEMAKER One good
journeymen ahoemaker on genta sewed and
pegged cell boete. None bnt e man or steady habits
need apply. Addreaa box 61, Richmond, Ind.
fopaib'j
WANTED TO TRADE A Commercial
College Certificate, good for a full couree of
book-keeping, choap for groceriea or clothing. Ad
dreaa 0. B. 8., box 1,068, Cincinnati. oc21b
WANTED A SITUATION By a re
ipecuble colored man to attend in a dining
room, or to wait on gentlemen and clean rooma. Ad
dreea QBOKQK, thla office. oc20b
WANTED TO BUT PROPERTY A
good boalneaa property, for cash, at a price
that won t give figuree the apaama, on Tnird, Fourth,
Fifth, Walnut, Vine and Pearl-ela., Improved or not.
D. 1. HULL, 171 Waluut-itreet, next to the Olbaon
Hooae. oc2uo
WANTED SITUATION. A young man
who lias had several years' experience, aa
beok-koeper,dealree a lituatlon. If he can procure
a good, permanent aitnation, ha will loan hie em
ployer a certain aum of money. Addreaa B. K., at
thla office. oe2oa
WANTED GIRL To do the homework
In a amall family where there is no children.
Call on Mr. SHANK, at No. 300 Tlne-street, up
talra. oo20b
WANTED HELP Immediately A
governeaa, 1 or t clerka, mechanlca, portera,
men need to horses; alao, a large number of fomale
servants for city and country. Apply at the Qonerel
Intelligence Agency, Mo. 362 Weatern-row.
oc20br A. D. UABSON A CO.
WANTED R 0 0 M S Two farnfched
and one nnfurniahed, within fire minutes'
walk of Wood'e Theater. Adddrosa At. i. 8., Wood'i
Theater. oc20b
w
ANTED BOY A German boy from 10
to iz yeara oiu, at no wainut-streot. oc2oo
WANTED Clerka. Salesmen, Book-keep-ere,
Portera, Bar-keepers, Coopers, Carpen-
ton. Mechanlr.il. Laborers inn other. CAn mill .in,.
tloua by applying at the Merchants' Olerka' Registry
vuioe, nil. eti neat eiim-sireec.
HALE A 00.
oc20b
WANTED CAP MAKERS 12 good
cap makera Immediately. 8. ISAACS A CO.,
ocaob Ne. 264 Main-street.
WANTE5-H0USES-In the West End
for caah. I hare several partlea who want to
buy good houses In the Weet End at prlcea ranging
from $1,000 to $3,000 and pay caah. A. B. UcHan
AMA, 806 Maln-atreet. oc20b
WANTED BOARD By a young man,
board and room In a private family where the
eom for la of a home maybe realized. Addreaa ED
WAED, box 1,763, stating terms and location.
' oc20b
WANTED A SITUATION-In any
respectable buainesathatwMI gnarranteea
fair compensation. A position aa collector, solicitor
or runner for eonie wholesale house or railroad com
pany. Addresa W. J. T poatoffice. The beet of
reference given. ocbw
w
ANTED PARTNER With $2,000
capital to engage in the manufacture of an
article that will pay to percent. No manufactories
of the kind west of the mountaina. Can engage as
an active partner or otherwise. Good references
given. Addreaa T.W., or call at 1M Broadway. oc20c
WANTED SITUATION A No. 1 oar
ponter and joiner wants steady work for the
winter. Uaa no objectloua to go In the country.
Addreaa J. O. W., thla office. oc21 b
WANTED CLOAK MAKERS 60 good
cloak makera Immediately. To good bands
the highest wagea will be paid. Apply before 10
o'clock A.M., at 8. WILSON'S. 78 West Fourth,
strtet. oclM
WANTED We have notes to the amouat
of $2,000, well aocurnd by mortgage, which we
wish to trade for groceries, dry goods, boots and
shoes, hardware, or other merchantable goods. PAT
TIN A SIDDALL. 67 West Third-atreed. second
floor. ocl9c
WANTED AGENTS Enterprising men
with a very small capital can make from $100
to $200 per month selling a uaeful article, required by
every business man. Inquire at room No, 4
United States Hotel, for a few days only. oc!9aw
w
ANTED AGENTS and others to call
v ana examine mo corn-nusKor, gace-ioatemng.
egg-beater, knife-polisher, aciBaora-aharpeuera, and
a variety of other things, first-rate to travel with, at
c6eodilw
No. 8 Weet Third-street.
WANTED PURCHASER $1,000 for
th' goodwill, atock and fixtures of a
grocery store, doing a good bualnosa. Warranted a
bargain to the purchaser. Addresa DANIFL, this
office. oc!7awt
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE CONFECTIONARY Doing
a good businesa. A bargain to be had. Apply
at 3 East Thlrd-atroet. oc21b
FOR SALE LOT In Covington, Ky., a
lot S3 feet on Riddle-street, and 190 feet deep,
between Bank Lick and Lexington Pike, with frame
bouse containing 6 rooms; cistern and good well on
the premises, for sale cheap. Terms easy. Inquire
at Vonderbeide'e rope-walk, or at his storo, corner
vf Water and Walnut-streets, Cincinnati. ocSlo
FOR SALE RECEIPTS Any one wish
ing to manufacture bla own liquora can do ao
at at a trifling expense by inclosing $1 and directing
to Dr. 0. F. ALBONI, Cincinnati, O. I will givo
Ihera receipts for manulacturing the following
liquors: Boker'e Bittern, Stoughton, White Wine,
AnuiBette de Bordeaux, Bead for Liquora, Port Wine,
Curaooa, Champagne, Madeira, imitation Claret,
Brandy, Otard, Gin, French Brandy, Marashino,
vinegar; to Improve Liquors, as Old Sherry, Scotch
Whisky, Cognac Brandy New York Brandy. Buln
ish Wines. Diiect C. V. ALHONI, Clncinnutl, Ohio.
tQC20c,l
FOR SALE GROCERY One of the old
est established atanda in the Western part of
the city a corner stand on one of the leading thor
oughfares, with a well-aelected atock, will be aold on
reasonable terms, aa the proprietor la about going to
the eouotry. Addreaa GROtlKRY, at thla office.
oc20b
F
OR SALE Omnibuses, Peddler Wagons,
spring vragonaana jraggies.
f. a.
PALMAR.
eell-ameod
Bank-street Omnlbua Factory.'
F
OR SALE PAPERS Several thousand
old papers at 26c. per hundred, at thla office.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT ROOMS 2 pleaiant front
rooms for sleeping apartments for gentlemen,
furnished or unfurnished, in a private dwelling. 142
West Fonrth-atreet. oc2lb
FOR RENT COTTAGE A oonvenlent
cottage of 3 rooma and kitchen, pleasantly lo
cated In Covington. Inquire at 134 Walnut-Btieet,
Cincinnati. oc2lb
FOR RENT HOUSE A good briok house
contain Ing S rooms, In Covington. Inquire of
M. B. DUDLEY, Thlrd-atreet, near Busaell, Coving
ton, Ky. oc20b
FOR RENT OFFICE To Inauranoe and
Commission Brokers A splendid front room in
the very center of business the beat location In the
city. Rent $3 to $10 per month. Everything fur.
nished. D. P. HULL, 171 Wainut-atreet, nextto the
Ibsen House. oc20o
170R RENT ROOMS Several lod
JL' rooma, for gentlemen only, at dwelllng.No. Ill
Weet Blxth-atreet, between Vino and Baca. Tnqnlre
at office on the promises. ocb
FOR RENT ROOMS 1 or 2 front rooms
to let, with board. Apply at 67 Ninth-street,
between Vine and Walnut. oc20b
FOR RENT ROOMS On Milton-street,
S very good apartments of 3, 4 and 9 rooms, for
samllies: all conveniences, and rent moderate.
Also, for aale, a good lot 27 by 125 feat. Inquire of
B. BLACK, near the premises. oc20d
FOR RENT A LOT 30 feet front on
Broadway, running through te canal baain 1A0
feet. Alao. one 61 feet front, and 190 fet deep, with
Balt-ahede thereon, on same street, between Eighth
and Ninth-streets. Apply to Dr. Ames, Wtst corner
Frent and lycamore-atreeta, or at 124 Fast Fourth
Street. ocllcawbw
E10R KENT Front office and second floor
--, for rent at No. 23 Front-street, between Main
and Walnut. ocisht
LOST.
TOST LOCKETS On Sunday last, in
MJ Cincinnati or Covington, two lockatawith min
iatures in. The Under will receive the thanks and
oblige the owner by leaving the aams at the Penny
Press office. oc)9-d
HEAD QUARTERS
FOB
BOOTS AND SHOES.
1 HAVE NOW IN STORE THE LARGEST
and beat stock of Gentlemen'a Shoee for Fall
wear to be found in the city, which I am selling vary
heap for caah. JOHN II. UETEBB,
oeut Mo. 93 Weat Fourth-street. '
WILLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, f base Buildings, Ha. ( last Tb Ird
Street, ,epa.M
THE PRESS.
FRIDAY..
-OCTOBER. 31
CITY MATTERS.
jtPeiiny Press to be had every
morning at the Counting-room door.
Only one cent.
Pouca Court. Thirty-eight cases were
disposed of in the Police Court yesterday.
City Pbisok. There ware ten persons re
ceived at the City Prison yesterday, none
discharged, and forty-one sent to the hill
side. Bit bt a Doo. A little hoy, about eight
years of ate, son of Mr. George Childs, was
severely bitten by a dog, at the comer of Sixth
and Carr-streets, yesterday afternoon.
Death at tbi Coumsbcial Hospital. An
Irishman named Samuel Trotter died at the
Commercial Hospital early yesterday morning
from delirium tremens.
Sblmno Liqdob ok Sunday. Christian
Jacobs plead guilty in the Police Court
yesterday to selling liquor on Sunday, and
was fined $10 and costs.
Whimino hisTYim. John Berry, for whip
ping his wife, who Is decidedly the better-half,
was sentenced to three days confinement In
the City Prison by Judge Lowe yesterday.
PrriT Labciht. Jshn Dolan, for stealing
an overooat from a steamboat lying at tho
landing, was sentenced to four months' con
finement In the County Jail by Judge Lowe,
yesterday.
Rail ihber tbi Poob. Ye who have plenty,
remember the poor. As you sit by your com
fortable firesides, remember the poor. AVhilo
you are enjoying the luxuries of earth, remem
ber the poor.
Thb Kidrapfbbs. Miohael Weaver and
Wm.;8tewart were held in bonds of $2,500, by
Judge Lowe yesterday, to answer the charge
of kidnapping next Monday. We gave the
particulars of this case some time ago.
Stoh a Coat. Wm. J. Hardy was arrestsd
by cititen Keith yesterday for stealing a ooat
from an auction-store on Fifth-street, between
Main and Walnut. He was conveyed to the
Hammond-street Station-house.
Strict Walkinq. Anna, Myers and Nelly
King were committed to the City Prison by
the Police Judge, yesterday, for street walk
ing, Lizzie Miller and Emma Moore were
fined $5 and costs each, on the same
charge.
Bboki His Abu. A boy named John Chou
der, in attempting to jump from the Street
Railroad ear on Ninth-street, day before yes
terday, fell and broke his arm. If persons will
jump from the oars, they should be particular
and jump with the train.
Diath or ax ExrBKSs Mesbensbb. By
reference to our telegraph oolumn It will be
seen that Mr. Wm. Clark, express messenger
on the Indiana Central Railroad, was killed
near New Paris yesterday.- Te are informed
that the deceased leaves a wife and children
at Xenia, Ohio.
Thrown Fbou tub Track. One of the
Cincinnati Street Railroad cars was thrown
from the track yesterday afternoon, on Ninth
street, between Western-row and John, by
running over a hog. The only damage was
breaking the hog's baok. ,.
Metrobolooioai, Observations For the
Penny Preu, by Henry Ware, Optician, No. 7
West Fourth-street.
. . OetoberJu, less.
T A. M 29.61 44
13 M M.fiO ft
4 P. H 9MT 40
Tbial or A New Stbaii Fibb Enoikb. The
new steam fire engine whioh the City Counoil
ordered the Committee on Fire Department,
in connection with Chief Engineer MoOrue, to
purohaae of A. B. Latta, will be tried this af
ternoon at two o'olook, at the corner of Sixth
and Racs-streeta.
'
Skbious Accidbrt. About five o'olook yes
terday afternoon, a workman, named George
Lader, employed on the Western-row and
Brighton Street Railroad line, had his foot
severely mashed by the falling of one of the
heavy stretchers. He was oonveyed to the
Telegraph House and properly oared fer.
A Swarm or Editors. A. J. Morey, of the
Cynthiana JVW, W. M. Frsnoh, of the Jef
feraonville JlepuilUan, J. Scott, of the Vfettern
Star, Lebanon, Ohio, and J. Q. Doughty, of
the Indianapolis Sentinel, are sojourning at
the Henrie House. Quite swarm of editors.
Walk np, gentlemen, and witness the working
of our Caloric
Grand Larceny. 'Squiro Bodine, of New
town, Anderson Township, committed a man
named George Washington to the County
Jail yesterday, in default of $200 bail. He
was accused of stealing from Mr. Benjamin
Price $18 in bank bills; $8 50 in specie; one
rifle valued at $15; and a pair of boots valued
at $4 60.
Republican Glorification. The glorifica
tion meeting of the Republican party at Smith
& Nixon's Hall, last evening, was large and
enthutlastio. E. T. Carson was oalled to ths
hair. Addresses were delivered by Governor
Chase, Governor Dennlson and F. Hassaurek.
Brant's Cornet Band was in attendance and
furnished delightful musio for the occasion.
Baltimore Oybtbbs. Those of our citizens
in want of superb bivalves can not find any
better than the Maltby celebrated Baltimore
oysters. For size and flavor they have no
equal, and are more sought after than any
other. Robert Orr, No. 11 West Fifth-street,
is the agent in this city for the sale of them,
and those buying of him may rely upon get
timg a fresh article. .
Life Inscbanob. No one should regard
lightly the matter of life insurance It ought
to receive the oareful consideration of every
one. The young married man, particularly,
who depends upon his earnings for a livelihood,
is in duty bound to acquaint himself with its
workings. "The Equitable Life Assurance
Sooiety of the United States," represented In
our city by David A. Traax, Is a company of
ehsraoter, highly indorsed by some of our first
oitisens, and one to whioh we can confidently
refer our readers. See advertisement.
Sdddbb Death. About half-past one o'olook
yesterday afternoon, Mr. Robert Cathsart en
tered the Verandah, Nob. 27 and 29 West
Third-street, for the purpose of taking his din
ner. He called for a plate of soup, whioh he
eat and immediately fell baok a corpse. Coro
ner Carey summoned a jury and held an inquest
over his body. The jury rendered a verdiot
of "death from rheumatic disease of the heart."
The deoeaaed was about forty-five years of age,
and was, for a long time, oonnsoted with Mr.
Henry Braohman, in the wholesale liquor bus
iness. i
Paufirs fbou St. Louis. A oouple of distressed-looking
objeota a blind man and a
boy leading him were arrested night before
last by Offloer Kiihlenkamp, at the Little
Miami Railroad Depot. They were taken
before Judge Lowe yesterday, when it was dis
covered that they had just been released from
the St. Louis Hospital, and their passage paid
by the St. Louis authorities to this oity. The
blind man was sent to the City Prison for
thirty days, and the boy released on promise to
leave the olty. Query: Have we not a suffi
cient number of our own paupers without
taking sare of those of other States? "
AMUSEMENTS.
Pike's Opeba House. A highly fashionable
audience assembled at the Opera-house last
night, to witness Rossini's Opera of TU Barber
of Seville, whioh was rendered by the full com
pany in a highly satisfactory manner. To
night wefare to have Donltetti's grand Opera
of AKulo, or The Martyr; with grand aoenlo
effects, properties, appointments, and a fill
brass band upon the stage. This Opera is one
of the grandest muaieal compositions extant,
and ought to draw, as it doubtless will, a full
house. .
Wood's Tbbateb was again crowded last
evening by a fashionable audience. This even
ing is tot apart for the benefit of Mr. Collins,
and will be bis last appearanoe but one. The
performance will commence with the new $300
prize comedy of The Soldier of Fortune:" to be
followed by the great comedy called The Iriek
Geniut. Mr. Collins will appear In both
pieces.
INKLINGS.
Auditor Matthews is at Columbus on busi
ness oonneoted with the Auditor's offlee.
A motion to admit to bail the Gandolfo
brothers, eharged with the murder of Peter
Snyder, was argued in the Probate' Court yes
terday. In the case of Augustus Gandolfo,
J udge Hilton consented to receive bail In the
sum of $3,000; but in the oase of Peter ball
was refused.
The celebrated bearded woman, and the lit
tle folks, Major Mow and Miss Reed, are among
the guests at the Southgate House.
An elderly man, a German, was severely
hurt by the falling of a pile of brick in David
Summons' brick-yard, yesterday morning. It
is thought be oan not recover. We were una
ble to learn his name. '
Sff- The following is a list of letters de
tained for non-payment of postage at the
Postoffioe, in this city, Ootober If:
Lonla Meyer, Athena, 111.
Mrs, Mary T. Hentwell, Selma, O.
Mra. N. V Veazey, New York, H, T.
J. Bagon, Steubenville, O.
Mark Bobloeon, North Vernon, Ind.
James B. D. Meeds, Plttaburg, Perm.
John Beck, Sallaaburg, O.
Uathlaa Ommua, Quiucy, III,
OcTonsa JO.
French It Friend, Lockland, O.
Mra. U. Raetzen, Philadelphia, Penn,
Joseph Ouleteman, Kenton, U.
Allen W. Henean, Dayton, O.
tJbarles Aspinwall.Hockley, Texaa,
Jacob Strait, Hill Grove, O.
John I. Kelly, Pittsburg, tan,
Ulsj Sue McCurdr, Washington, O.
County Commissioners. At a meeting of
the Board of County Commissioners, yesterday,
the Auditor was requested to advertise for pro
posals to build engine and pump for the me of
the Carthage Lunatio Asylum. Specifications
to be seen at the office of Isaiah Rogers, County
Architect. Also, to advertise for proposals for
purohase of the large frame house near the
Carthage Lunatio Asylum stone and briok to
be reserved.
Miohael Knight was discharged by the Board,
this morning, In consequence of not being
able to pay fine and oosts. -
Jf At the annaal meeting of the Tonng
Men's Christian Vnion, last evening, the fol
lowing gentlemen were elected ofioers of the
association for the ensuing year: President,
Robert Moore; Vice President, B. Romans,
jr.; Corresponding Secretary, Poter Rudolph
it en; xiecoraing secretary, juawin r. ana
street; Treasurer, Matthew Addy; Registrar,
Abner L. Eraser. A vote of thanks to the
retiring Corresponding Secretary, William T.
Perkins, Esq., was unanimously adopted, and
was acknowledged by him in very handsome
and appropriate terms.
National Amsrioan Association. The
National American Association met at their
hall, corner of Sixth and Walnut-streets, last
evening. The number in attendance was
small, and no business of importance was
transacted. Policeman Strong addressed the
association, and said he was very sorry for his
previous speeoh, in whioh he bad spoken
harshly of His Honor, the Mayor; he had no
particular referenoe to His Honor, but was
hitting at a portion of the police; he and the
Mayor were all right now, and he felt proud
over it. Go it, Strong. . .
Abbistbo Again. John Smith, the seoond
steward on the steamer Arammia, who was dis
charged by Judge Lowe, yesterday, on a
charge of grand larceny, was arrested again
yesterday afternoon by Officers Morman and
Ricketts, oharged with stealing several watohei
from Philip Moaes, who keeps a jewelry stand
on the Levee. He was oonveyed to the Hammond-street
Station-house, and will have a
hearing in the Police Court to-day.
Fibb Last Night. The alarm of fire about
half-post nine o'olock last evening was occa
sioned by the burning of a summer kitohen in
the rear of a two-story frame, situated on the
north side of Seventh-street, between Broad
way and Sycamore. The building was ooou
pied by Timothy Shay, and owned by Samuel
Smiley. The loss was light, and fully oorered
by insurance.
fcB Mary Foley was oonfined in the
Hammond-street Station-house, last evening,
oharged with stealing $30 from a man named
Riley, at the corner of Seventh and Broadway.
Mary alleges that she found the money in a
bed where her husband and Riley bad slept
the night previous, and that when she took it
she supposed it belonged to her husband. She
will have a trial to-day; ,
We regret to learn that death has
again visited the family of 'Squire J. J.
MoFall. His youngest child en Interesting
boy, aged two years died about half-past
ten o'clock last evening, of scarlet fever.
Just two weeks previous, and about the same
hour, he lost his eldest son by the same
disease. We sympathize with the family is
their sad bereavement. .
Among the arrivals at the Soencer
House we notice the following : Colonel J. P.
Taylor, United States Army;' Colonel Bu
chanan, do.; Major J. D. Corneal, Kentucky;
Colonel Stamps, do.; Colonel Jennings, do.;
Frank Surgat, New Orleans.
Jt"-It is the opinion of the friends of Mr.
Henry Keeker the young man who was
stabbed in a coffee-house on Clinton-street
some evenings since that he oan not recover.
Dr. Wade is his attending physioi an.
0B"Sat oars of the Cincinnati Street Rail
road Company were ran into the oar-house on
uayminer, between Jigntn and .Ninth-streets,
last evening for the first time.
Resignation. Lieutenant Biokham, of the
Hammond-street Station, tendered bis resigna
tion to Mayor Bishop, yesterday. Mr. Brock-
ington was appointed in his place. . .
Dismissed. The charge of grand larceny
against John Smith, seoond steward on the
steamer Arawmta, was diimissed by Judge
Lowe yesterday.
JThe charge of mallolous stabbing against
Hiram Mosier was dismissed in the Police
Court yesterday. He was sent baok to the
iiunatio Asylum. ; ,
Extensive preparations are being made
for the Menter testimonial to-morrow evening
at Smith k Nixon's Hall.
&We are inafarnied that the validity of
the Police Bill wiM bo argued in the if. S.
District Court to-morrcw.
p9- H. S. Miles A Co. sell this morning at
nine o'olock, an invoice of boots, shoes, cloth
ing, groceries, Ac
3T-The Western-row and Brighton Street
Railroad line will probably be oompleted to
morrow. Success,
COVINGTON NEWS.
City Council. The Committeo on Publio
Schools reported adversely to the petition
from the School Board asking an additional
tax of five cents on the $100 of taxable prop
erty, for four years, for the purpose of build
ing school-houses. The report was concur-
Mr. Stevenson presented an able report
from the Committee on Wator-works, the
chief points of which are as follows:
1. That Covington can never become a
great commercial town, but is peculiarly fit
ted for manufactures.
2. That water-works are necessary to de
velop our manufactures; to render the town
healthy; to suit the convenience of the peo
ple. 3. That it is expedient to build the water
works independent of Cincinnati or Newport.
4. That the most available place for their
location is the western part of the city.
5. That the work ought to be done by a
company, the city retaining the privilege of
purchasing within a designated time.
The report was aooompanied by the follow
ing resolution :
Rewind, That the Committee on Internal
Improvements be instructed to advertise for
proposals, or for propositions from parties or
companies, for building the proposed works, to
be established within the limits of Kenton
County, the city reserving the right to pur
chase the said works at the expiration of
twenty-five years, at oost, and at the expira
tion of every three years thereafter, upon
twelve months previous notice from the oity.
The report and resolution were adopted.
Mr. Moore offered a resolution Instructing
the attorneys for the city, in the cose of the
sale of the Kentucky Central Railroad, to re
sist the confirmation of the sale, and, if neoes
ssry, unite with thoae of any other parties
desiring the same thing. Carried ayes, 11;
nays, 1.
A select committee of five waa appointed to
examine and report on the improvement of
Third-street, and the liability of the oity
thereon. Adjonrned.
Forthbh Pabtiouubs Concbbnino Mb.
Nichols. We have obtained some further
particulars concerning this unfortunate man,
which appear satisfactorily to account for his
death. He had recently lost his third wife,
and up to that time was sober and econom
ical indeed, he was never known to be in
toxicated till the time of the recent Fair in
Paris. He was drunk for two or three days,
and his friends believed it to be tho result of
hil troubles. Since he has been in Cincin
nati he has been in a constant state of beastly
intoxication. On the 11th of this month he
left the Gait House, leaving a silver lever
watch for safe keeping. From that time till
Friday, the 14th, he stopped at different
houses, and on the evening of that day, about
dark, was seen by some policemen to fall vio
lently on some bowlders, inflicting the
wounds of which he afterward died. As he
was seen a few minutes before, there can be
no reasonable ground to suppose the wounds
were received in any other manner, notwith
standing appearances. He was taken to the
Hammond-street Station-house with his face
bleeding so profusely that the floor of his cell
was soon covered. He had $11 about him,
which was refunded in the morning. On
Saturday night he waa again brought to the
same place, when he had but $5. Next
day he oame here. Ho was worth about
$8,000 or $8,000.
Fair. We understand that the Kenton Ca
dets oontamplate holding a Fair at Odd Fel
lows' Hall, for the benefit of the company, in
a shsrt time. A committee of three was ap
pointed on Saturday evening last, to confer
with the ladies on the subjeot, whose assist
ance they deem indispensable to its suooesa.
Ladies, you ought to take sn interest in the
matter ; the members are all single men, brave,
handsome, young, bnt, to confess the truth,
generally rather beardless ; but in this respeot
promise to tome out.
Poliob Coobt. Mary Smith, Jerry Henct,
and Mary Bowman, were each sent over for
tea days fo." vagranoy,;by Judge Madeira, yes
terday; and James Silmerton was fined $3 60
for drunkenness.
ar At the September term of the Circuit
Court, olaims to the amount of $1,088 28 were
allowed by Judge Moore.
NEWPORT NEWS.
Allissd Kidnapping. Stewart and Wea
ver, who brought the negro Waggoner to
Newport some time ago, alleging that he was
a fugitive, were arrested In Cincinnati day be
fore yesterday, on a oharge of kidnapping,
and will be examined by Judge Lowe on Sat
urday next. In the mean time they are lying
in jail, in default of $2,600 bail, each. The
oitizens of Newport are anxious to see a legal
investigation of the matter, and If Waggoner
be kidnapped they desire to tee the vengoanoe
of the law vitited on Stewart and Weaver.
They were arrested through the instrument
ality of Mr. Horsfall, of this oity.
The story of the negro, (and the people
generally credit it,) is, that Stewart and
Weaver stole him from Virginia, brought him
to Ohio, and thence to Kentucky, where they
hoped to obtain a reward.
He has been advertised, but his master has
net yet ooms after him. He is said to be a very
wealthy man, and has emancipated numerous
slaves, among whom are the father and mother
of Waggoner, and it is presumed that he don't
ears enough about a negro to oome after him.
Ocb Own Social Club. The first party of
the season given by the above club took place
last night, at Odd Fellows' Ball, and
DSSSed Off with creat telnt. Tha mmii
first-class, and the attendanoe large. Tbia
olub is composed of young men of cur oity,
who will, thrnnffh thn. win, a- . ...t. -
parties, to relieve the monotony of the lone
:MM ... i .1
vfvu.ugo. uuuvw a.bcuu tuuieu
At the last meeting of the Clay Fire
and Marine Insurance Company, of Newport,
a dividend of six: peroent on the entire capital
stock was deolared. This is the first institu
tion of the kind ever established in this place.
It is owned exclusively by oitisens of Newport.
The circulation of the Penny Pbbss is
rapidly increasing in Newport; it now requires
two earners. A nose wisning to subscribe will
please leave their names at B. Bowling's
book and periodical store, York-street, near
the Postoffioe.
John J. Thomas was annotated Denutv
Clerk of the Cirouit Court, at Alexandria, last
weanesaay.
Two persons were fined by the Mayor
for disorderly oonduot yesterday.
[Communicated]
CINCINNATI, October 20, 1859.
Editor! Penny Prett:
Sue: In your issue of this morning, in the
local oolumn, a notice appears in the following
form:
"J. R. Jacobs was arretted in this oity, yes
terday, by Constable John McDonald, oharged
with swindling a man named William Cope
land, who resides in Dayton, out of $144. lie
bought goods of Copeland and gave him a
mortgage on his furniture, after whioh he sold
the furniture to another person and decamped.
The case will oome belore 'Squire MoFall
to-day."
The case above alluded to was simply a
capiat sworn out by one John R. Coblents, of
Dayton, against (me) John R. Jacobs. The
affidavit set up five several oharges of fraud in
eonoealing my property, selling the same,
making an assignment of a claim and selling
said olalm to another person, and that I lett
Dayton in the night time. All of which charges
they utterly failed to establish. I clearly
proved tone of them false; yet they obtained
judgment for $144, whioh I refused to pay, and
was committed, ana reiestta by me uom
miss loner of Insolvents, who certifies that hs
oonld not see any disposition to perpetrate a
fraud, after being duly acquainted with the
facts in the ease. For further information I
would refer you to Judge Spooner
Tours with
JOHN R. JACOBS.
LAW REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
Vbboicts Judge Hoadly was engaged in
Room No. t, trying Jury eases. In the case of
Wheeler 4Grrlou v.. The steamboat A.O.Tyler,
to recover fur lumb r, (which the delenne claimed
was furnished lo iiir credit of .contractor,) the Jury
found for the ulallitlll damaiea 8l,Ui. Xincolujt
Smith for plain tilf; Mitchell for iefeuM.
JCben Dale v.. T i. Newman Kepl.vln. Posses
sion of property found In defendant, and damage
ant'seed at $1M no, Batemeu fur plaiutiff; Woodruff
lor defense.
J. a a J. Prico vs. J. B Navlna and Lasher 4 Co.
The question on irlnl la, whether a juJpmenl for
S7.0tk waa fraudul.ully continued, i. A. Thompson
and Urower for plaintiff; Gallagher Or defeuse.
BUBMiTTEa Cask IHcidko.-J. f. Kmpou and oth
ers v.. The Heir, and Devisees of T. Branson, de
ceased, Petition for partiliou wider the will ol
Thomsa Kmpson. The proprlr wa sold, and the
money is now in the hands of the Sheriff for distribu
tion. The deceased devised .11 property to his wile
for life, and npon her death directing that it be aold,
and t he whole divided into eleven parta-two part, to
be given to each of bla two youngest children, and to
each of the remaining seven one share. Jesse Emp
tor), one of the children, died before the mother with
out Issue. 8rah Ann and Catherine, to each of
whom two parts were devised, in like manner died
before the mother, each leaving one child. The
question la, whether the representatives of Ann and
Catherine are entitled to the two parta each of the
ahare given to Jetse, or whether they take in equal
proportions with theaurviviug obildron.
In any aspect of tUeoa.e it seems to theConrt (Judge
Spencer,) that the representatives of Ann and Cath
arine can take no othnr share than they would have
taken by descent. These two children, therefore,
will be entitled each to tha mothers proportion of
Jesse's share, which would be one-eighth part each.
A. N. Riddle for plaintiff; Vletnmeron theotuer side.
tiHERtrr's Pounoaqi. Edmund Iloel va. Thomas
Bihertsand others. Action for foreclosure of amort
gage. Uy the terms of the decree, the payment was
made In Instalments, and the Sheriff charged pouud
age on the entiro amount. The Court wua now asked
for ao order to re-tax the coats.
Judge rjpencer held tnat the Sheriff waa not entitled
to any poundage on the deferred payments. The
language of the law la that be shall be entitled to
poundage on all moneys made and paid over to him
on execution. As to the residue of the proceed, of
sale, as tbey have to be hanilad over to the owner,
there Is no reason the Hhoriff ahonld bare poundage
on the amount. The Court would, therefore, order
the taxing of the costs te be corrected. Douglas aud
Hutchinson for the motion.
KapiaviK. j, F. a'orbea va. J. E. Surrell and
others. Action of replevin for the recovery of sparine
property, belonging to a coach-making establish
ment. The question in the case was whether a aale
alleged to have been made on the 15th November,
IBM, by P. N.lhlshawa, to plaintit), of his atock in
trade waa In fact a bona flue aale, or merely a color
able one.
J uugu Spencer held that the sale waa not fraudu
lent, and that plaiutiff waa entitled to a judgment
but refused to allow any claim for damages by reason
of detention of the property. Riddle for plaintiff;
Jlinn A Manning and Lewis for defense.
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
Hefobb Jddgis OaoLSON, Mallon, Cabtib
and Oicksoic State of Ohio vs. J. 8. Gano. Mr.
Oroesbeck made application to the Court to seta da;
for the hearing of this caso.
Judge Qholson stated that being heretofore one of
the counsel lu the case, be could not hear it. He
Intimated also that it appeared from the docket to
have been reserved for the Supreme Court.
Mr. 6roesbeck-It Is the desire of the parties I
represent that it should be beard and disposed of as
aoon aa poaaible. It would not be a matter of ao
much Importance bat from the fact that Mr. Gano,
who is not regarded bv our tide aa Marshal ac all, is
drawing heavy lees daily, and there is no security for
a return of thoso fees. It mould be only right that
he should be arrested in the colitctlon of these sums
of money, at leaet until it baa been determined that
he has a right to proceed.
Judge Al allou The case waa called, and on ac
count of toe Importance of the uueatlona waa re
served. Judge Siekson It waa suggested that theaame
Question waa pending at Columbus.
Mr. Groeabeck-The question there was to de
termine whether Hutch aud his associates were Com
missioners aorording to law; but this proceeding waa
intended to try that question as well aa that which
we now-raise.
Judge ttallon aald he would dotermlne by Satur
day whether theConrt would hear the case.
POBATE COURT.
Application to Admit to Bah Petbb Gan-
daipho ahd Augustus Oandolpho, A called Conrt
was held for the purpose of hsanng an application
ror the admission ti hail of the aliovu partleB
eharged with the homicide of Peter Schneider, and
committed from the Police Court on the charge ol
iniinler In the Hist dogroe. The honicide took place
at Cummlnsville on last Sunday work
Nine witnesses were examined on the part of the
State, and three for the defease: but nothing wat
developed during the uronross of the investigation
which was not elicited at the fornior examination
before the Pollco Court-tlie facts as then stated hav
ing beea already published.
Judge Johnston (who with J. F. Hoy appeared for
the prisoners,) claimed that the facta presented
merely a auuden quarrel among a nnmber of persona
all more or less lutoxicawd, and that aa therowah
nothing to show a case of murder in the first or
second degree, these men were tntitled to have the
present nioti n made on their behalf (ranted.
Mr, Kerr instated that the factsdovulopod acase in
which all the element!! of murder lu the first degree
were made out; but that even if tho evidence wai
such aa to raise only a supposition that the crime
might bo murder in the llrt degree, it became the
duty of the Court (which was bound to have) all
doubta to be solved by another tribunal) to refuse
this motion and recommit the prisoners.
Judge Hilton said the object of the atatute under
which this proceeding waa had waa not merely to go
over the same ground passed over In the Police
Conrt, nut to afford a remedy to the prisoner, and
permit the introduction of all the testimony that
could be adduced. But tha testimony should be
clear and distinct to authorize the Court to accede to
a motion of this kind: for whore doubts were in
volved, or probabilities had to be welghed.lt was the
dutyofthe Court to leave the case stand where it was.
The Court took occasion to remark (in reply to a re
mark of counsel) that It would be a sad thing if it
could be held that one citizen could take the life of
another party, merely became that other party waa
about to horsewhip liim, should raise a cane, or use
other provocation of that kind.
The Commou Law doctrine of the right of self
defense was foun led in reutnn and justice that a
psrson had a right te use such power only as was
necessary to protect himself and roaiat the aggresaor.
It appeared to be beyond question that Peter Oan
dolpho committed the deed; but, aa to the amount
of premeditation and deliberation on his part, the
Court would not determine. So far aa Augustua waa
concerned, there did not seem to be any conspiracy
betweea him and Peter to take the life of tho de
ceased. The Court had oome to the conclusion to admit
Anguatua Uandolpho to ball; but from the doubta
aurrounding the case of Peter the Conrt would re
mand him, and leave a Jury to pass, upon the de-
greeof homicide inhlscaae, Tho Court remarked,
owever, that .there waa a good deal of condlct in
relation to tnoteetimeny affecting Peter Gandolplio,
The amount of bail required in the case of Augus
tus Gandolpho waa $3,wjO. The bail waa not given
laat evening, and both parties were remanded.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
THURSDAY EVENING, October 20, 1859.
FL0TJB There was a good demand for this article
to-day, and prices ruled five aud ten cents better.
The sales comprises 1,400 brla. at 84 7U4 W for
superfine, the latter for extra brands, aud $4
5 SO for extra.. 5,027 brla. were received during the
laat 24 hours.
WUISKY-A further decline of Xc, with adnll
market: aales of 1,200 brla. at 2c, closing nom
inal. PROTISIONS-Ueaa Pork Is dull at $14, with aalea
of 300 brla.: 60 brla. aold at $14 25. Bacon lower, with
sales on private terma. Lard dull at 10Mc.
GKOUhiRlES The market is dull and prlcea de
clining, aa regards fugar and Molasses; Sugar may
be quoted !c. lower, and Molasses lc. Coffee un
changed and quiet.
WHEAT There Is an active demand from the In
terior, and a fair demand from the local millere with
light receipts, and prlcea of red have further
advanced one and two centa per bushel: aalea of 1,000
bushels prime white at $1 18; 100 do. good hill at 81 09;
SO0 prime red at SI 10.
COHN Mew Is in moderate demand at 43o.: aalea
700 bushels at this price.
BARLEY There la a moderate demand for prime
at e668o.; aalea 200 bushels prime fall at too.; 300 do.
good do. at 66c.; 150 do. good do. 60c.
EYE A goon demand and prlcea firm at 80c.
OATS The receipts ate large, but pricea are pretty
well maintained: aalea of 2,000 bushels at 46c ; 2,000
do. at 4'c.
CHEESE There la an active demand for prime W.
E., and prlcea are tending upward: sales of 1,200
boxea prime W. K. at 8c; ftoo do. do. at vc.; 200
boxea E. D. 10,Ho.; 190 Nutmegs at 120. At the close
prirao W. B waa generally held at Do
POTATOES Thers la a fair demand.but no change
In pricea: aalea of ion bushels Neshanocka atSOo.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, October 20—P. M.
Flour opensd five cents better; oloted dull
at the advance: sales rf 14,800 brie, at at 704 75 for
superfine State; 84 8S4 on for extra State; (4 70
4 SO for super tine Western; 4 Wl5 25 for common tu
medium extra Western, and $5 40(S5 6o for inferior
tn good shipping brand extra round boon Ohio,
closlugdull aud lessbuoynnt. Canadian unchanged:
aales 350 brls. at 5 .W46 25 fur common to choice
extra. Rye ("lour in fair request at S3 60(44 30.
The wiieat market is one cent hotter, with a
limited supply and a moderate export demand: aalea
31,000 buebelaat SI 05 for Chicago spring and common
Mt'waukif Club to arrive; $1 for white Michigan,
and 5(1 45 for white Kentucky. Kye qniet at Wo. .deliv
ered. Barley more active and firmer: aalea 3,un0
buahela at 7S82.fc., the latter price for choice
O. W. Corn very scarce and Arm: aales 7,000 bushels
at $1 for round yellow, and II 05 for a trilling lot of
mixed Western, eats firmer at 4344c. for Blate,
Western and Canadian.
Whlaky dull aud lower: sales of 50 brls. at 29c.,
closing with no buyers at over 2Hc.
Pork firmer for prime: aales of 1,860 brla. at $15 25
15 40 for meas;?IO 7510 87 for prime, and $10 7.YMI
for rumps. Mesa closes heavy and lower. Beef
unchanged: aalea 320 brla. at $1(34 50 fur country
prime; j.'5 75 fordo, mess; $ft(!nil foriepacked niess,
and Slli2 for extra do. l!ef II. mis si. ml)': salts
100 brls. new Western at $16(316 JO. Prime Mess
Heef quiet at $19. I no tierces India mesa aold at (2x.
Out Meats a shade firmer: sales 70 packages at 8c for
Snoul.ers.andlloc. for Hume. Bacon quiet and
unchanged. :
Lard quiet and unchanged: aalea of 250 brla. at
'Butter in moderate demand at ll,S18o. for
Ohio, and 150200. for State.
"LiheeaeeleadyatSHOIUMc. . ,
Cotton advauced Mc; aales of 3,000 bales, Upland
MlddllngellMo. ...
Pig Iron is good demand at ?2323 50.
Linseed Oil steady. . . .
Lard Oil M395e. '
Hides heavy: Buenes Ayrea I5Jio. : . : .
tlugar dull: Muscovado
Asu.s-Pot and Pawls dull at 5 15,
[By Telegraph.]
Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, October 20—M.
Flour firm at $5 21'. Wheat buoyant:
aalea of 10.000 bushels at ll 3S&1 45 for white, and
Si 151 20 for red. Corn advancing: white aud
yellow 9.1390c. Provisions steady. Whisky firm at
M. Exchange on New York, sight bills, aeciue at -tc.
premium.
Steamboat Register.
Abival8. Melroae, slayavllle: Denmark. Ports
mouth; Cambridge, St. Louis; Dunloith, Mori lie;
Cnnewagn, Ma'ttson; Prioress. Madisou; Liaac
bhell.y, Duck; Superior, Louisville.
Sci-ABTiiRm l.lghtfool.Nathville; Melrose, Mays
ville; Urninirk, Portsmouth; Superior, Louisville;
Marmora, Pitl.liiirg; Kale Mar. Memphis; Douleltli,
Muysvillc; Com. Perry, St. Louis.
HOME INTEREST.
A. A. Xyster, Clocks, Watebse and
Jewelry, Noa. S41 and .171 Weatern-row.
Dsguerrean Gallery, South-west eornet
of Sixth and Wts tarn-row, over Hannaford's Drug
atora. Pictures taken and put lu good cajaaj for
twenty centa. Warranted to pleaaa.
Boots aud Shoes. M. A. Wee too tt, No. 11
West Fifth -street, la still supplying our citizens with
Boots and Shoes of Eastern and Custom make. La
dies can be suited with any style of Shoe or Boot
the)' mar dealre. Any quantity or Children's and
MUsea' Shoee on hand. Give them a call. , ''
AUCTION SALES.
AUCTION SAL E BT O. BRA
SDEARB k CO.-Salea-roome Noa. 67 and 5t
Main-street.-Groceriea, ao., at Auction. We will,
sell, SATURDAY MORNING, October 22, at 9
o'clock, a general assoitment of Groceries, consist-:
Ing of 74 brls. Molasses, 50 brls. Sugar, 150 kega
Nails, 200 boxes, lbs. and S'a Tobacco.
ALse Manilla Rope, Bed-cords, Beap, Twine,
Ground Splcea, Woodeoware, Glassware, Paper, In
digo, Nutmegs, Cigars, Teas, Ao.
QC21 U. BRASMIEABS CO., Anct'ra.
AUsjTION HAI E. BY O. BRA
SHEARS CO., Bales-rooms Noa. 67 and 99
Main-street. Molasres, Coffee, Tea, 4c, at Auction.
We will sell, on THIS (Friday) MORNING, Octo
ber 21, at 9 o'clock, without reserve, to close: 20 bass
Lag. Coffee, 150 brla. Molasses, 75 brls. Blrup, 5 brla.
;oal Oil, 60 hf. ch. G. P., Y. U. and Imperial Teas, 25
hf. ch. Black Teas. Terma rash.
oc2t G. BRASUEARS A Co., Auctioneers. '
AUCTION SALE. BY E. S. MILES
a CO., No. 33 Maln-atreet Dry Goods, Cloth
log, Boota and Sboea, at Auction, for account of
whom It may couceru.-On FU1DAY MORNING,
October 21 , at 9 o'clock, 40 pieces Prints, Coats, Pants,
Vests and Shirte. ,
ALSO Boots, Shoes, 4c. oc
MISCELLANEOUS.
SIX CENTS
Will pay for the Press
ONE WEEK.
14
HENRY DAVID,
No. 278 MAIN-STREET,'
BETWEEN SIXTH AND SBYKNTH,
jJANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER
Soaps, PerfnmeTT) Fnncy Good, cVa., -
Which I will sell cheaper than any otter place In
the olty. Yon will find a large assortm.nt of IX.
TRACTS at 25 centa per bottle. ocl
ATTENTION, BUILDERS!
THOS. W. FIMIN 1 CO.
HAVE ESTABLISHED THE FACT
that they are selling lumber at their yard en
Freeman-street, nextto Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton Bailroaa,
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Dealers In the clay. ; '.' ,.,(
"Quick Sales and Small Profits "v
IS THEIR MOTTO,. .
Thoy submit the following list of prices:
Caah. i Mo's.
Clear lumber, all thicknesses, 1 In, meat t-17 50 fctu "
Boat Common, 1)4 and 2 inch Plank 2S 00 30 0 '
Heat " 1 inch Boarai...-............ 23 75 25 C
Second " all tbickuessos. ...... ....... 15 60 17 tb
Third " Board 11 50 12 t .
Grub Plank, face meanure... ................ 22 5(1 35 0
Hemlock Joist, Scantling and Timber.... 11 50 12 mi
Poplar " ' " 12 50 14 OS
First Common Flooring Ioarda......., 35 (in 87 so
Second " " " ............... 23 75 25 00
Third ' " ' ....,.. 18 50 20 00
First Common Weather Boarda 16 00 17 se
Sncond " " " 1 00 13 00
Cedar Posts, 4 by 4, 8 feet, per hundred... 55 00 SO oft
Coder " for fencing, " " , ... 30 00 33 eft
Locust ' " " ' to 09 23 50
A further reduction of 2W par sent, will be made on
bills of t500or more.
We have one of the largest and beat selected stocks
of Lumber In the Cincinnati market, whlah wa offer
for aale at the above prices. ,
THOS. W. FABRIN & CO.
aepMtf
MADAME ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUND
at last just what the Ladies have leug needed
and looked for In vain, tha Dterine Elixir. '
The Uterine Elixir is warranted to cure all 41a
ensea of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of- the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra,
P rolapsua or Falling of the Womb, Painful M enstru
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfeot oure
iagaarrauteed by the use of Iroai two to are boltlea
of tbe Elixir, of any disease whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organa, of male or female, no
matter of how long etanding. Price $1 per Bottle.
Madame KLLIS calls particular attention to the
following Card or one of tbe most prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati.
"To thi Public and ths Lamm ih PAaTietrLAB.
We, the undersigned, are not In the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; bntknowlng well the
Lady Pbyalclan, and the medicine called the Uterine
Elixir, we oheerlully recommend It to all females
euffering from Female Diseases of any kind; U la
purely vegetable, and in no case can do injury; we
a.iy to all try, and our word for it, you will find ra
llof. W. D. HILL, Druggist,
aeplT ; "Corner of Fifth and fiaca-atraeaa."
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMTJ
LATINO BALSAM cures, without fall, pains
In the Breast. Baok, Bide or Limbs; Coughs, (.olds,
loarseneas, Difficulty of Breaihlng, Headache, Flat
ulency, Heartburn. Chronlo Rheumatism, Blllioas
Cholic, Cramp Oholie, Griping Painaol the Bowela.
dullness, Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and
in Painlul Menstruation it la a certain cure, and
given immediate relief. In any of the above diaeaaes
it will give relief in twenty mlnntee, and a perma
nent oure by. the use of to bottles. OnlysDoents
pur bottle ao cheap that every person can get It.
Either of the above medicines to be had of f. 9.
HILL, Druggist, corner of Bace and Fifth-atreeta;
unci IDWARD 8CANLAN4 00., Druguista It. X.
corner of Main and Fourth-streets; J. I). Park, cor
ner Fourth and Walnut; or or I) HIGH A HA CO.,
Manutaoturere, Mo. 24 East Feurth-atreet, Cinein
natl.O. aepg-ay
FRONT -STREET FACTORY
LUMBER DEPOT, :
Ne. 197 East Front Street, bet. Pike and Botler-st'a,
South-aide. -
HATING FITTED DP THE PREMISES
with the most Improved kind of machinery, I
am prepared to furnish, at ahort notice, all klnda of
Mouse and Steamboat, Carponterand Joiner's work.
Sash, Blinds, Doora, Tramee end Kloldlnga, of all
inscriptions. Steamboat Lumber, Weather-board-ug,
Shingles, Biding, Flooring, Ac, kept eonatantlf
on band. Particular attention paid to planing, rip
ping and aoroll aawlng. Heavy framing lumber caa
lie planed and trued 40 feet long, and 30 inches wide.
Persona about to build, will bad it to their advan
tage to give me a call. WM. JONES,
.iiH-hm Proprietor
LADD, WEBSTER & , CO.'S
LOCK BT1T0H ' , ,
SEWING MACHINES,
80 West Fourth-street,
Between Vine and Walnut-streets, Cincinnati.
SHT Bend for a Circular, 1, 5. ajl

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