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WANTED...
"WANTS," "I OB BALI," "TO LIT," "LOST,"
"jrOOHD,"4o., in this oolurnn, oocMpytng five 11dm
or lesa, two insertioni, twentr-flva cents.
WANTED A good stout Boy, who it
not afraid to work, at th "CALEDONIAN
gHAPB9,''It9 Tine-street. ocW b
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A G1IRL
To do general houu-work and cooking for a
mall family. .Hone need apply that do not under
stand oouking. Apply at 180 Barr-atreat. oc27b
WANTED A PARTNER In an estab
llshed boslnas. naylng JlS.ouO per anuum
eash capital required, 3,600. Address V. T., Post.
odtca box 142, with real name. oc27o :
"VX7-ANTED A man who can writ a plain
, hnd. Aleo. halpof vsrlone klnda; male and
remaK Apply at the general Information Agency,
Mo. tii Western-row, A. D. OABBON k 00. 0027b
WANTED WORK A good oarpenter
and joiner wants employment In city or
country . Address CAItPKNTliil, at tlila office.
ocffa'i '
WANTED OIRL A small girl to taka
. care of a child. Ap ply at 32V West Flfth-et. ,
' . ; tcc27b' '
WANTRD WATCHES 'AND JEWEL
BY For which good Western land will be
exchanged at reasonable rates. Addreaa box 1,069,
Cincinnati. Ohio. - oc26b
WANTED TO SELL AND BUYQUN
DBT'8, Ohio, and Bacon'alHcholarahipa, good
for book-keeping and day and evening study. Young
men save inoney by buying it, Apply at Tafft'a Ex
change nffica, Sycamore and Third-street. ; W. K.
ACKLEY. oc26b
WANTED SITUATION By a young
German, (well acquainted in the city) to drive
awagon-peddler'a preferred. Addreaa II. B thia
oflleo. oc6b
WANTED A SITUATION By a young
man, as porter, or in any capacity where ho
can mnko himself useful. Addreaa (JHK1ST0PHKR
BOLL, Dnlon Exchange, 17S taut Ftont-st. ocZ6b
WANTED Familial wanting ohoioe help
can be suppled with good cooks or girts to do
chamber-work. Also, girls for general house-work.
Pleaaocallat MBS. WAllNKR'o IutelligenceOilice,
Fifth-street, 308, between Wettom-row and John.
Apprentices wanted to learn dress making. oc26b
WANTED ERRAND BOY A oloan
ateady hoy of 16 years, speaking English and
' German, may apply between 10 A. M. and 4 P. M., at
No. 73 West Third. street, up stairs, trout room, over
Kagle Insurance Company. uc26b
"VtTANTED Clerks, salesmen, bjok-keep-w
w era, porters, bar-keepera. coopers, mechanics,
laborers and others, can rind situations at the Mer
chants' Clerks' Uogistry Office. Ho. 281 West Filth
street, i . LocM-t , MALM A CO.
WANTED Tiro good Chambermaids.
. Apply at the MADISuN lTOUSE, Covington,
Kr. oc2Cb
WANTED A GERMAN OIRL (Nona
other need apply,) for goneral house-work, at
4A7 Welt NeTanth.alrp. twt.wAAn T.vnn anrl Ran.
miller; ; oe26b
WANTED BOARD By a gentleman
and wile, with two children, in a small fam
ily; would not object to bo a short distance out of the
ilty on the line of an omnibus ur horse-railroad. Ad.
dreaa box 1,380, Poatoflice. oc2Cb
"W "ANTED TO SELL $3,100 nf honks.
ww and $2,000 of jewelry. Twenty per cent, in
rash, tho balance in Indiana, Illinnia or Iowa lands
taken in payment. Address .NIMROD, at the of
flue of the Commercial, oi-2eb
WANTED SITUATION Tc do)ook
ing or home-work in a small family. Refer
ences given. Addresa M. C, t ihlaofflce. ocatb
WANTED LADIES' GAITER FIT
TERS Two girls that Tully understand fitting
ran llnd employment by making application at 484
John-street, between Everett and David. - To good
fitters steady employment will be given. ; oc26b
WANTED SITUATION. By a yonng
man who speaks English and Herman, as por
ter in a wholesale drr goodH store. Good reference
Ml ven. Address II. B this oflice. OC2M
WANTED TO EENT-A HOUSE for a
mall family, containing about three or four
rooms and kitchen. Distance not toexceedten min
utes' walk from Fifth-street Market, Addross or
rail personally at Mo. 122 Fifth-street, In the cigar
itor. c24-aw
WANTED AGENTS and others to oall
and examine the corn-hnxkor, gate-fastening,
egg-beater, knife-polisher, scissors-sharpeners, and
a variety of other tilings, flrat-rnte to travel with, at
ocAeoddw'
una.ni, rxiiaian a tos.,
No, 8 West. Third-street.
FOB SALE.
FOR SALE The right to Db. 1CARSU
NKB'S ELKOTKO-THKRAPKUTlf) BATHS
for Ohio. For terms, call or address the Patentee, at
218 Barr-street, Clncluuiitl, Ohio. , oc27b
FOR SALE A oorn-nioal, family flour,
or chopped stnfl grinding apparatus- consisting
of one second-hand (well worn, but yet good and
strong) lour horse threshing. powor. Thirty feet ol
new belting, and ono of Hedges,' Free A Co. 'a une
unaled Tom Thumb Grist Mills, nearly new, and all
In complete running order without further expense
for flxturos. flavins no use for the above, I will sell
the whole for $75, onrl deliter at railroad, river or
canal, or will exchange for aSnfe family horse, and
nay difference. WM. 11. CLA11K, Mo. 496 Fourth
street, Cincinnati. oc26a
OR SALE A fire yearTld blaok horse,
16 bands high, a arranted gsn tie and sound. A
Darling two-hone power aud saw-table, complete,
having been used only two months; are as good as
new. Also, a M cord wood cart. All of which will
be sold separate or together. Jmiiti re at grocery, YYi'Bt
corner ot Fifth and Piersou-slreots. . , oc26il"
0& SALE LEASE AND FIXTURES of
a bakery and grocery stand . Inquire Month
tvest corner ol Front and Plum-streets. oc29aw
FOll BALE-BARGAINS IN VACANT
LvTS, M0 feet on north side of Fourth-street
23 on the north side of Nintli-atroet; li feet on the
uortb side of Seventh'Stitet,: 122 fot on the south
side of Sixth-atre t. Ibesa Lots are offered 2i per
cent, loss than former prices. 0. P. HULL, 171
Walnut-street, next to tcison House. , oc?tet
FOR S A LE Omnibuses, Peddler Wagons,
Spring Wagons and Buggies.
3. B. PAIiMKK,
oolJ-ameod ' - Bsnk-atreet Omnibus ractory.
ILUI.L 1 aysasas
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT SHOP A good work shop,
17 by 90 feet, centrally located, suialile for a good
manufacturing shop, near Third and Alain. Apply
at Press Office. 00271'
FOR RENT A LOT 30 foot front on
Broadway, running through, to canal basin IN)
feet. Also, one fit ftet front, and IAD fhet deep, witli
ctalt-sbeds thereon, on same street, between Eighth
nnd Ninth-streets. Apply to Dr Ames, West corner
Front uud Sycamore-streets, or at 124 Euat Fourth
street. oc26d '
BOARDING.
BOARDING! Several gentlemen oan be ac
commodated with board at 181 Broadway, be
tween Fifth and Sixth. streete. A second-story front
room vacant. Alio, accommodation for a few day
boarders. oc27b
BOARDING One or two gentlemen oan
have board In a private family. (Apartments
if required.) Apply at W Ninth-street, between Wal
nut and Vine. oc26b"
LOST.
T .0ST A 'WHITE POINTER D00
aJ Tan ears, split half an inch: tan snot:
on back, near tall. Answers tr the name of 11 KM. A
suitable reward will be given by returning him to
no. ii rieraon-stTeei, uesr jiamnipn ana tiaytou
Depot. v ocgah
j. w, m,
J. W. J. 1UIPIN,
FEY, HALPIN & CO.
AUCTION XND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Uo. 31 Sixth-street, near Walnut,
Cincinnati, Ohio, will soli and inaks cash adrnuces
on all kinds of merchandise.
. Kegular sale days: TIJKSLAYSand FRIDAYS.
ALijO Every Kvenlng. oc22c
MA CO A EON I AND VERMICELLI.
Jnst received, two boxes extra genuine Italian
Maccaronl and Vermicelli. Forsale by
A. McDONAIiD CO.,
oc24 ITos. M and M West Fourt h-strent.
'"fjNOLISH CRACK N ELLS. J UST RE
mJJ CK1VEP, 13 this, fresh Knsllsh Crarknelll.
Forsale by , - . A. McDONALD & CO.,
oc24 Kos. M nnd 2r.t West Fourth -street.
ISA US. JUST RECEIVED, 3.S0O
very superior Havana Clgara. Fo- sale b
OC2I
Not, W and 249 West Fonrth -street.
NEW BUCKWHEAT Another lot of exim
AneNow Buckwheat, "real Hennsvlvanla." jnsf
received and for sale by JOHN FKllGUSO,
cell Orocer, corner Mintli and Vine. '
SMOKED ALIBCT-5om'e7erynioe
Smoked Hslibnt just recnired and foranle Iw
ocil2 JOUN FBKOUBON, Cor. 9lh and Vine.
TEAS A large and well assorted stock of
extra Green and Black Teas In store and fo r
aale by 'JOHN FEKUUHON,
. oo22 ' ' Corner Ninth and Vine.
WILLIAM ' DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW.Chsae Buildings, Ho. I last Third
street, aepa-af
THE PEESS.
THURSDAY..
....OCTOUBK 1)7
WANTS! WANTS!!
'
It yon want a servant, advertise in
THE PENNY PRESS
Ir yon want a house, advertise In
THE PENNV PKBS8.
Ir yon want to sell anything, advertise In
: ' THE PENNY PRESS.
Ir yon want to bur anything, advertise In
THE PENNY PRESS.
la faot, every want supplied by advertising In
. THE PENNY PRRH9.
CITY MATTERS.
Unpaid Littie. An unpaid latter U de
tained at the St. Louis PostofHce, directed to
Jaoob Buruot, of this oity.
;
-
' CntiM ros DiXioas. A elalm for damages
for $500 has teen presented by Mr. Henry
Bardes for ohtoge of grade on Findlay-streot,
and referred to appropriate Committee. ;
Personal. Dr. J. Wadsworth has resigned
his position as Overseer of the Poor for the
Eighth Ward, the resignation to take effect
on the 1st prox. . The Directors of the In
firmary have filled the voosncy by the ap
pointment nf Mr. Georgo II. Warner.
Vamjb op Taxablr Pbopukty int Cincinnati.
The total value of all taxable pergonal prop
erty in thia city, exclusive of bank capital, as
equalized by the State Board, ii $30,527,722.
The total value of bank and other corpora
tion property, as returned to the County Au
ditor, $3,433,448.
Procmdinos or thh Couhtv Comhibsionrrs.
At their regular session yesterday morning,
the County Commissioners passed orders
amounting in the aggregate to $932 23, of
which $907 18 were paid to Mr. Bogenshots
for labor on tie Harrison bridge. Apart from
this no buaineis of importance was transacted.
Polici Coobt. Business at the Police Court
yesterday morning was more than ordinarily
dull. Judge Lowe examined twenty-five
cases, all of which were as uninteresting as
it was possible for them to be, and, although
they occupied the attention of the Court over
two hours and a half, not a single circum
stance was developed which was worthy of a
paragraph.
, '
Accident to a Boy. A boy, whose name we
were unable to ascertain, was quite seriously
injured night before last by being run over
on Fourth-street, near western-row. He
was playing upou the street, and, in trying
to get out of the way of the railroad car, ran
under the wheels of a buggy. What his in
juries are, we could not learn, but have been
informed that they were of such a nature at
to render his recovery a matter of some doubt
:i
A Bi'RQt.iR Stbals a Barrsi, or Bkrb. A
Falstaffian German named Adam Holt, who
keeps a drinking-houseon Western-row, near
Ann-street, was considerably surprised yes
terday morning by the discovery that his
cellar had been entered tho night before and
that a barrel of his choicest lager-beer had
been stolen therefrom. The thief bad torn
open the cellar door and mads bis exit appa
rently through the same aperture with his
delicious booty. Although be succeeded by
a bad act in taking tho boer, night before
last, unless ho is very careful the pun is not
oar own, but was suggested by a waggish
friend his bad acts will yet bring the bier to
him.' - r
: CoiiviiTiiENr for a Pkttt LiRCKNT. A man
named John' II. Appel was committed to the
County Jail, yesterday, by Justice Benjamin
C. Conklin, upon a charge of petty larceny.
The complaint was made by Conrad Kern
mater, who phargetl the defendant with hav
ing stolen from his store, in Snoncer Town
ship, eight pan-knives,' of tho aggregate
value -of $3 40, The Justice deemed bim
guilty and. sent him to Jail to await n trial
before the next term of the Court of Common
Pleas in default of bonds for his appearance,
to the amount of $100.' Ordinarily, Magis
trates dispose of cases of this kind at once
why it was not done in this instance is not
known. The poor fellow will have been
punished, sufficiently for his crime,, even if
the Court should discharge hilt. , . ; ,!
" '
Steamboat Cambbidob Sum at Buinq Sim.
Hbavy Lo89' to SmppKits The steamboat
Cambridge, Capt.' Dean, loft this city Tuesday
afternoon for Jfew Orleans, quit heavily
ladon with freight. When she had reached
Medoc Bar, near Rising Sun, the struck a
rock and stink immediately in four feet of
water. The steamer Moderator, which hap
pened to be passing at the time, rendered the
officers of the sinking boat valuable service,
but without avail. Of course no lives were
lost, but the damage to the freight will cause
heavy losses to shippers. The Cambridge can
be raised and repaired, and will soon be fit for
service. The boat wae fully insured, but the
froight owners were not -a neglect which
seldom occurs, and is almost always disas
trous. ' '. , '
Srbiods Accidkmt to Ah Aord Woman.
Quite an old woman named Margaret Rasoh
kaw, who resides with her daughter on West-ern-row,near
the Mohawk Bridge, was severely
injured, day before yesterday, in the following
manner: For a long time she has been quite
Infirm, although able to go about the house
with some degree of aprightliuesi with the aid
of a cane. On the evening of Tuesday, upon
going np to her room fur the purpose of
retiring, when at the had of the stairs, she was
seized with a fit of paralysis and fell to the
bottom. Her injuries are a broken arm, which
will hardly be again of any service to her,
ovtn if she should recover, and a severe oon
tused wound on the head. Tbe shook her
system received from the acoident rendered her
ultimate recovery quite doubtful. .
Stabbiso Afprat at thi Wbabp A Man
Seriousit Wounded in a Fioht. One of these
unfortunate and sanguinary fights, which, in
large cities, and in ours particularly, are muoh
too oommon, took plaoe evening before last on
the wharf. The oi'oumstsnees are as follows:
John Hays aocused a man named Christian F.
Hoke both ot whom were deok-hands on a
steamer now lying at the wharf with having
stolen some whisky that belonged to him. Hoke
denlod It and a quarrel ensued, daring which
he was driven from the boat and afterward
stabbed in the loft side. The wound was
dressed by a physioisn who happened to be in
the neighborhood, and said that, althongh it
would he quits painful for a Ion g time, it would
not be likoly to prove fatal. Hays was ar
rested by Officers Biggs and Anderson, and
oommltted to the Hammond-street Station
house, to which plaoe the wounded man was
also taken and cared for to such an extent as
to be made quite oomfoTtablo. ,
' Anoru in thb Chv Pbison. The anomaly
sometimes occurs that sngols who have fallen
and those who have not are thrnwn Into con
tact with each other, and such was the case
yesterday. A party of five ladies, whosemild
I'ucps, gentle manners, sweet voices and rosy
smiles seemed only made to beautify the
earth, and by their presence here prove the
existence of a Heaven somewhere, visited
tho female department of tbe City Prison,
not merely to satisfy an idle curiosity, but to
leave a sympathetic pressure of the band
with its wretched inmates, cast a ray of sun
shine into their hearts or drop a word of ten
derness in their misery-burtheued ears. Long
they remained, and much of sympathy they
seemed to waste; hut what matters that? No
single word they spoke will ever be lost; but
like good seed scattered upon the soil, will
vet spring up within the hearts of those who
heard them, and bear a thousand beauteous
flowers of hope and love, whose fragrance
will at least romind them of better days
gone and brighter ones to eome.
Message From Mayor Bishop to the
City Council.
On City Prison which has been a nuisanee
ever since we first saw it, and must hart bten,"
tor some timo previous to that, hag been made
the subject of tho following message from
Mayor Bishop to tho City Counoil, whioh was
read before that body yesterday evening. In
every thing that Is disageeable and nauseating
this institution is oertainly the greatest in the
country, and more odors pervade it especially
in summer, than Coleridge found in Cologne.
We are not sorry, therefore, that the Mayor
has determined to nse bis influence to have it
abated. The following Is his message upon
the subjeot: . .. .
! tt ; A ..MAToa'l Ornai. 1 f
OlNClHMATl, Oct. 24, 18M. J
To th Bon. City Counoil of tht City of Cin
cinnati! . .. ,. . ..
Gbntljuex: In my Inaugural address to
you, I called your attention to the necessity of
a work-honse for our city prisoners with
ttpeolal referenoe to the entire separation ot
the females, and a better classification of those
oonfinod for different grades of orime. But as
yet no steps have been taken to bring about
this desired change in our prison discipline,
and seeing the pressing .necessity for speedy
action urged by the diotates of humanity and
the appeals of the public, I have thought
proper to call your attention again to the suo
jeot. .
To those who have visited the City Prison,
no words of mino are necessary to depict its
utterly wretched and loathsome condition.
It is not only destitute of every comfort
suited to prison life, but it is .shamefully
wanting in tlioso conveniences duo to the
most degraded prisoner. The ordinance es
tablishing the City Prison (to which I call
your special attention) is just and humane
tu its provisions. It contemplate suitable
bedding, clothing, washing aud other con
veniences necessary for the health, cleanli
ness and morals of the prisoners. But these
provisions are not Carried out, nor can they
be, in tbe crowded and miserable rooms of
the present prison. As it is, all the female
prisoners, averaging sixty in number, are
oonfined in one illy-oonstructed aud worse
vantLUated apartment. A few filthy rags con
stitute the entire bedding; the clothing of the
prisoners is insufficient: decency is outraged;
vice is engendered, and every puis impulse,
of the less guilty is blotted out. Amid this
terrible want of all the decencies and propri
eties of. life, Btretchcd upon the .floor, with no
support to the burning head or aching limbs,
but a bundle of tattered rags, the sick are
compelled to pass the weary hours", sur
rounded by throngs of the vile, with nothing
to oall their thoughts away from the wretch
edness that surrounds them.
I trust, gentlemen, to know such a state of
things really exists, is sufficient to cause the
application of a speedy remedy. . :
It may be said nay it has been said that
the discomforts of. tbe prison are, no greater
than the actual oondition of the homes of the
prisoners. This may be true of some, but it is
not trne of all the prisoners; and if it has such
arguments, lose sight entirely of one of the ele
mental principles of all punishment the reform
ation of the offender.
Experience has shown that persons In every
stage of vioe are susceptible to sympathy and
kindness, and may be won back to virtue and
happiness. . We should therefore bo negleotfal
of our duty, if In the infliction of penalties, we
forgot entirely the interests of the prisoners, so
far as they may be regarded with due respeot
to the safety of the public.
I recommend, therefore, that immediate
steps be taken for the removal of the female
prisoners from the present prison building. It
will be necessary to procure some suitable
building for this purpose. The grounds owned
by the city ean not he prepared for the erection
of suitable buildings for a work-honse until
next spring or summer, and such building
could not be completed in less than two yean.
So long a delay can not be made in the pro
posed change of the female department of the
prison. ' I have, therefore, spent some time in
seeking for a suitable building for the pur
pose, but as yet have foundnone In all rsapeols
completely adapted to the object had in view.
Tbe Sohool Building in the Third Ward, now
the property of the pity, and vacant,' could, at
a small expense, be made convenient and com
fortable. I am also informed that the Asylum
Building, at Liok Run will soon be vaoated,
and oould be procured for this purpose. Other
places still more practicable could doubtless be
found upon proper inquiry.
Upon the removal of the female prisoners,
tbe prssent building will answer for the males
and for eubh females as are sent ever for trial
or for three or five days. I would, however,
urge upon you the neoesslty of preparing a
suitable room in the present building as a) hos
pital for the really siok. Tbe front room up
stairs, at a small expense, eould be fitted up
for that purpose.
When the females are separated, asproposed,
I would recommend that the provisions of the
ordinance In relation to the oity prison and
work-home be striotly enforced. Especially
that the prisoner) be separated and classified
with referenoe to age and crime, so that tbe
young , and less guilty shall not .become
hardened by Intercourse with the more vicious
and degraded. , , ...'.
' To secure proper attention on the part of the
prisoners, to dress, cleanliness and morals, I
reoommond tbe employment of a Matron, under
whose special charge the prisoners shall be put,
and who shall see that all tbe prisoners are
employed at some work whioh may be furnished
suitable to their oondition, in order that the
moral influence of mental and phy sloal occupa
tion may be exerted upon those oonfined.
Nothing oan be more corrupting than tbe col
lecting together of tbe vicious and allowing
them to spend their time in, Idleness. Under
Bueh oircumstances vice assumes' aa 'alarming
aspect, and tbe perverse tendencies of our na
ture develop themselves with unwonted vigor.
I am assured by ladies who have intereited
themselves in behalf of this unfortunate class
of our population, that a suitable Matron could
be obtained, and that benevolent ladies are
ready to assist in the reformator" movement
by visitation,-if tho Prison was under the con
trol of a Matron, and subject to those healthful
and reforming Influences which are due to the
prisoner, . . . .
la connection -with these arrangements, a
room for the sick should be fitted up under the
oontrol of the Matron and the City Physician.
The ordinance in regard to the bedding,
olothlng, and other eonvenienoes of the pris
oners above all their cleanliness and striot
domeanor in the Prison should be carefully
enforced. ; I suggest, ' also, the propriety of
providing, la eompllanos with the ordinance, a
prison tuit for both men and women, of coarse,
substantial, but comfortable material, "
Under this arrangement we oould also carry
but the wise provisions of tbe Act of the last
Legislature, concerning vagrants, by sending
them up for repeated offenses for a longer time
than we are now enabled to, by reason of the
inconvenience of the Prison, thereby saving to
the city the expense of thair repeated and fre
quent oominittai.
A longer time would enable the inebriate to
reform an evil habit, and to all that class who
now make the Prison their home, sod live at
the expense of the oity, it would be a benefit,
reforming them by a longer restraining influ
ence, and begetting habit of sobriety sad in
dustry. ' Such arrangements would also tend
to drive from our city those most hardened
and impracticable subjeota of our Prison dis
cipline. I trust this matter will elicit your prompt
and earnest attention. It will give me pleasure
to afford you all tbe aid in my power to secure
tbe proposed change.
i
R. M. BISHOP, Mayor.
Thi Coi.irain Shooting ArraiB' Disposrd
or. John Gutemsn, who was arrainged be
fore Justice Boll, a few days ,sgo, charged
with maliolously shooting a man named Fred
erick Houseman, some plaoe in Colernin Town
ship, was, yesterday, discharged by the Magis
trate, no evidenoe having been elicited to show
that he did not spend the night upon whioh
the shooting is said to have been dono, at his
residence on High-street, in this city., ,
sf Stoves rid all kinds of tin and sheet
ron work can be had at No. 294 Fifth-street,
of C. W. Maokslfresh.
AMUSEMENTS.
Woon'a Thbatir Mr. Adi:?on ai Vir
oisics. The Btoaxoeb aud Tiik Ii jt f.vmh lant
night drew aline aunlence to Wwnl's Tlwati-r, anil
Ur. Anderson, by his capital r-rli tnianc.- ;X the
characters, both pleased tin) Snellen , , and i- "lori'il
himself, it possible, atlll a greater inrorite with the
public. Wedo notniuch likeelthi'r f the t'l O's, be
cause we can not sympathize with !ier .t' tux char
acters; but from an art stand-poiui venm Imoed tu
admit that In lit hands tiiey were s iihaslng ttspeol.
To-night he will appear as 'Virnlniu,'r a play
which, since the days or A, A. A.l.'um, lias, In the
West, at least, been rarely enamc.i. In this as in
everything in his repertoire, Mr. A. stands in tho
front rank or his profession, and via earnestly desiro
and believe. that tho bill to-night will crowd the
boilSS.,-. .,. ; ,. , ; .
Pin's Opsba-bousb This superb oitab
llshment the management having effected a re
engagement with the celebrated i'aiodi Italian Opera
(mHuy will be opeued thia evi uing, for the pur
pose of giving a series of grand operas, commencing
with tho popular Ir, TaovAioac, embodying in tho
oast, Tarodi, Alaiuio, Siirglla and Qnone. The prices,
in order that a grand musical treat may be within
the roacli of nil. have been reduced to the exceedingly
low figures of fifty cents fur dress circle, and twonty
five conts for gallery soats. a thorn any one with a
a particle of music in his soul who will not avail him
self of the present and rare opportunity for a refined
gratification! for the sake of the m usical reputation
ol our city, we expect to see an immense attendance.
Smith fc Nixon's Hsll. Rumsey k New
comb's Campbell Mlnsirels had another immense
audience last night, and they surfeited It with fun
snd music. Thoy nightly grow in fivor,and tneir
eudeavurs to please deserve all the aucoess they ro
ceive. Another inaguiliceut programme is up for
tu-ulght, and wed.iubt not it will be listened toby
nuther ruuguidcent audience.
Thb Bible Panorama. J. Iosco Williams's
Panorama of tho Bible during the past week has
drawn excellent audiences to ills Concert Hall iu
Pike's Upera-huuse. It i- an excellent paiuiiuf,
faithfully r presents the most Importune scenes re
corded In the HI tile, anu is really worthy a visit from
those lutorestsd la suoh matters.
Sbbious Accidunt A Mas Falls TJroir a
Knips amd ledavBRiLTlRjoacD. About noon
yesterday a man named Henry C. Gill, who
resides on Broadway, near Hunt-street, was
very seriously, probably fatally, injured, by
falling upon a large knife whioh at the time of
the aooldent he held in his band. For some
years past he has been quite dissipated, not
having drawn a sober breath during all this
time, and has been entirely dependant upon
his wife, who, with a heroism worthy of a better
reward, has supported , both him and his
children by her exertions as a washerwoman.
Testerday at noon he came home, and after
asking for some dinner, which in consequence
of his habits his wife was unable to give him,
he seized a large butober-knife, and while
orossicg the floor toward tbe cupboard trod
upon ' a piece of apple, whioh circumstance,
combined with his inebriated condition, threw
him heavily to the floor. The knife, wolch he
still held in his hand, entered his left side a
short distance abovo and behind the hip, in
glotlng ap injury whioh in all probability will
oause bis death. A physician was called in,
who attended to t is wound and rendered all
the assistance In his power, but he is quite
doubtful as to the result. Some of tbe neigh
bors, who by the accident became aware of the
condition of his family, have rendered them
Borne assistance, and made them quite as com
fortable as the oircumstances will permit. The
physical oondition of the patient, however, is
quite favorable to inflammation of tbe viscera,
and should this set in, the wound, without a
doubt, will prove fatal.
i '!;. ' ; j
Bi.oody ' ArraAV on thb BoorivAitn di
Saebasb A Man's Bxuli. Sibioubly I'rac
TCEBn. A fight whioh, it is quite probable,
will result in the death of one of the parties,
ooourred yesterday evening, in that detestable
locality known as Sanssge-row. A deck hand
on one of the steamboats now lying at the
wharf, named James O'Neill, went into a
drinking-house kept by a man named Brown,
and saying he could whip any one in the house,
began to overturn the chairs and in every pos
sible manner 'make himself generally dis
agreeable.,) ... .,
After patiently bearing with his noise and
belligerent visiter for some time,' the landlord
began to get angry, and a fight seemed in
evitable, although some efforts were made to
prevent it. At length O'Neill took hold of
Brown and handled him somewhat roughly.
At this point Brown pushed his opponent back
ward and seising a heavy bucket struck him a
violent blow on the head, which fraotured his
Bkult so that it is barely possible for him to
recover.' , ,., , , ,
Brown was arrested and committed to the
Hammond-street Station-house, from whioh
place he will be taken this morning beforo
Judge Lowe. Tbe wounded man was also
taken to the lame place,, where his Wounds
were dressed and he made quite as oomfortable
as oiroumstanees would permit. ,
Ihkatubx Disign ro Public Goop. Mr.
Hetekiab Kiersted, member of the City
Oounoil, always forward and firm In ferretting
out rascalities of official functionaries, in and
out of Counoil, in conjunction with Mr. Frar.er,
his associate of the Third Ward, and Mr.
Johnson, of the Fourth Ward, submitted to the
Oity Council a paper to. the following effect:
','We charge Judge Lowe, of the Polico
Court, with misdemeanor in office, for ordering
the Clerk of said Court to pay to John S. Giibo
moneys received in said Court for fines and
costs, whioh by law the said Clerk should have
paid into the City Treasury." J,
' The mm is $999, not fines or oosts, but fees
of the Marshal.' ' This is a question now before
the Court, soon to be determined,, and the
proposition, by a vote of eightenn to twelve,
is laid on the table. There can not be a shade
ofsuspioions against the .integrity of Judge
Lowe In this regard.- It is well te be observant
of official misoonduot, and vigilant Counoil
inen like Mr. Kiersted are of valuable uorvice.
WxtaxT Esport of thb City AniMToa. The
City Auditor last night reported' to the City
Council that during the week, ending yesterday,
warrants have been drawn on tho City Treasury
for the following amounts) ; i , ., f
Watch Fund - ,., 874 65
Superior Court Fund 17S M
Liht Fund 411 on
(ire Department fund 27t 79
Police Ourt and City Pi isou f uud M :
lleueral Fund . 3,187 f4
Special Ordinance Fund...... 2M .14
Common School Fund,...,..,............ ; 11,97 85
Total........
, f)l,437 On
There are now remaining in the City Treas
ury the following sums:
General Fund. .,.;.;,. $8379 10
Watch Fnnd.... 1,030 le
Interest Fund.. .......,. 63,446 12
Hnoerlor Court Fund . ,801 Oil
Fire Department Fund 14,246 34
Light Fund 1,116 30
Work-house Fund 4,227 43
Sinking Fund 19.1,.1n3 5S
Common School Fund, (Bonds) 3u,ono mi
Common School Fund, (Cash) 33324 67
Colored School Fuiid...,...,.., ,. 4,756 fi
,. Total , $426,533 67
CONVKHTION OF , TBI RaII.BOAD TICKET
Aosnts. The Railroud Tioknt Agonts, who,
for a day or two past, have bold a convention
at the Spenoor House, mot again yesterday.
The committee of eleven appointed on Tues
day to report an apportionment of passenger
fares, have agreed upon a basis something less
than that of lost winter. The following rotes
although not fully agreed - upon by the com
mit too, there being some difference of opinion
as to the proper rate from Cleveland East, will
in all probability be adopted. A final report,
however, will be made to-day. The rates are
as follows: , , - . . , . i .,
Cincinnati to New York ..........,.'...820 on
do 1 Boston, ........,... 23 Oil
do Chicago ...w. 10 on
do Pittsburg 60
da Cleveland 1 (JO
.tie'' Indianapolis . 3 mi
Mew Orleans to do , 28 60
School Lots. City Council has authorized
the Sohool Board to negotiate with the Ilioka
itn Friends' Sooiety for a sohool lot in the
West End, on Poplar-street. They have con
curred in the resolution of the School Board to
dispote to Mr. Gudgeon, for $2,000, a portion
of school lot and building in the Seventh Ward.
Meteorological observations for the
Penny Paiss, by Henry Ware, Optician, No.
7 West JTonrta-street, Uotober .', ltttv. ;
O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer.
7 A. U 24.15 44
12 61 28.96 . (,
F. M .....M.....28.VS 6
ee Dr. Karshner't advertisement in
"for sale" column.
Tbe body of a (Jeriaan was found floating In
the river yesterday, near the. mouth of Mill
oreek, uiion which Coroner Carey held 'an In
quest ;' but' n eridenoo Was elicited that
threw any light titwn bis previoul history, his
occupation or bin ideality. -The jury rendered
a verdict of awlti'iutad drowning, which Is
usual in cases wh.ro uo marks of violence are
found upon the bly.'(i f , Vi;,' . r
To LuvgRg or 0'i'oo "Eatikq, Just arrived
at Tutor's Fish stid (lame Dcior, by American
express, fresh Cod V'- Sea liiiss, Eeli; Floun
ders, Lobsters, Ofahn olive, Shrimps, Clams
and Oystersthe greatest variety 'ever before
introducsd into the oity of Cincinnati. Don't
forget, the numborr-200 Vine-street, between
Fifth and Biith. , , r .,. ,, . . .
COVINGTON NEWS.
f. :- -.
Conmssion or Dwli,v. Mr. D welly was
yesterday arraigned beforo the Police Court,
and made aoonfesslon, the substance of which,
whether reliable or not, we give for the benefit
of our readers i i .--1 -'. i . '..., i,i
"lie had a partner In the Instrument business
named George Wallenstein, a Frenchman, and
who has been for some time oonfiued is tbe
Cincinnati jail. - He states that on the night
tf the great conflagration in Boylea' establish
uieut, oo Columbia-street, Ciooianati, botn he
and bis partner started for the firo, and while
passing Laird's bookstore, hls'iiartner placed a
he la tbe dour, against which he (Dually) pro.
tested. ' Thereupon Wallensteiur drew a pistol,
aud threatened his. life, if , ho ever revealed
anything. D welly then stood by the door,
while Wallenstein entered, and oa'rriod away
the articles referred to in our artiole of yester
day. "' He claims that he never derived any
benefit from the stolen goods, but that Wal
lunstoiu got them all j and, further, that he
would long ago have revealed the crime, but
lrom fear of bis life." , . ,
This staiemeut must, without doubt, be re
ceived with many allowances. In, the first
plaoe, all that were reoovered wore obtained
from Dwelly, consisting of one opera-glass
and a few other artlolea of little value and in
the sooond place, it does not look reasonable
that it wae done while they were going to the
fire, as they would almost, certainly have been
caught by others, who were aroused by the
conflagration; and third, he could have enter
tained no fear of Wallenstein, s he has been
for some time incarcerated id the Hamilton
Oounty Jail, i He was held to ball in the sum
of SI. 000 for hi snmnnM . V,. ... ,
of the Circuit gourt. He was. inoaraeroted jn
rlafaitlr rf n LAnJsAH i 1 '
i4Wlivai' VI CJ MVUUnUKUs -ij.fi
ftlfiflA riHilTAItl-
Inquiry ainoog cur leading buaineBB moo, ooa-
MVniriiv Via iius) aP 1.a . I . i.:
Vw.H.HB HW 1'itwf WitUO WWjaUUlUBH
for ealo by tho farmers! auti, have geuthered
thrt fsMlnwincrs . . .' '
WhRAT ffl cni-i.l JamnnJ nt- rAM CI AO
$1 IS, with an upward tendency1. The demand
is greater than the supply, but the prices will
not rise much higher at present. -
oA-TTi aos came market nai experienced
a great depression, within a. few days, and
large supplies are on hand, with little demand,
prices ranging only from, 2 to'3)4o.' The
depression must continue ilfl the weather be
comes suitable for peeking.' tvl; .;;ii ilj
Sum? Little doing,- good1! one woTth ottly
from 8 to SJd. -civ 'm ru'tnii :v
Hoos Good stoek boga are worth and
fat ones from y to 4&0. :. But few tales have
taken place this week " ', ' ,
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I. 1. 0. 0. F.--KEitTbosT 6baNd 1od8. The
different Lodges of this oity- have appointed
delegates to tho Orand Lodge of, , the State, to
assemble at Louisvjlle on Tuesday next. The
lists of delegates are as follows : "i
1 ' Washington LnrW'Nn'."8.Lu'' iT' o-,l;'
Wm. Maxwell, J. B. Landrom and j'. A. Wal-
wu.ii,-i.-.i .(j,, ...pi i:ii; ,. ,r
Kenton. T.nHifA 9.1 A ... ci.:Kt.t T
'6", omuAiu,, u,
W. Farrell, ,JS. Reese, J. Beam. W. W. ' Beam
and Q. If. Rodofcr. ', ' ' : '
Nan-rim. T.nAot, V. Moltl f p.!o-i -n
-, w. -v ... IX. BUUUUOTWUU
and J. W; Campbell. ",n ' im-.ik hi )- i, ..,i
'.A Bom THur.-!-Aii. 'individual 'entered 'tho
store ef Taylor' A Brothers on1 Boott-street,
yesterday,11 about1 aoon,i:and esrried-off a
foroepump while the olerki was looking at
him.t -Theoleik believed it a joke ferisOme
time, but becoming, undeoeived, ho informed
the Marshal, who went in pursuit o the thiof.
PoiiCB CtwrtsJ ante Pennebertyf for
drunkenness, was fined $2 95 in the Police
Court yesterday.
1 WhaiS 'Emm-isi' barney "wilf eom
mence laying the rock on the wharf at the foot
of Scott-street to-day.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, October 26, 1859.
FLOfJB Thcro was very llttlo dono to-day and thq
market was very dull. 300 brls. sold at $4 Wnii.'. tot
low extra. 2.9W brls. wero received during tbo last
twenty-four hours.
WHISlii' Tho low rato of Monday and yeeterday
Induced i good demand for the article, and prices ad
vanced 1c. The sales wore 800 brls. nt 'i'KA'itiic the
latter rste for wagon. The receipts sro light.
Sii-tiuvisiuas-A good demandjror mess Pork, and
Soo brls; sold 'ad $U 7,V Lard wanted at lOc but
holders asked Wc.., Bacou dull and, Sidua oftared at
U ftOCEltlKS-Tho market Is without changd: the
demand in the regular way is fair nt "7ic. for
Suiir; 4H(a41c. for Molasses, and llH(n)12c. for
Ouffee. Mes.rs. T. S. Dugun ,t Co. received v hhds.
new Sugar and 9 brls. new Alolnssos to-duy, tho first
this seitson.
W 11 EAT The demand continues brisk, with light
receipts, and prices are very Arm: salis 1,400 bush,
food SI 12; 600 do. prime whits Jl 21; 300 do,
rOATS There is a good demand: the market is firm
.p,r,',c W53y! ""! m .bu8tl-cKs at 40o.
BAULElfj-rha markoxdadull autj prices are un
oVuijH! qsoleirime fall at f5,(c7uld fail do.
aifi-ViOc.
KYK-There la an aotive demand and prices are
firm at WWc: sales oikl bush, at MK82o. ut
COltN-ihoro is a better tocllmi in the market
to-dny and prices are higher: sales 6,000 bush, to
arrive, at 43c; l,.MKKlo. at 43c and 1,600 do, nt 40c.
CU IJKSli The doiuand continues active nnd prices
are flrm: sales 260 boxes Western Keserve at 8c.
3-fldu.Kt9c; MEuglisli liairy Orange Karm,llic.;
all do. Kuslinh Hairy, 10,'tc, aud 70 uo. li'orton's PiuS
apple at 17c. i
POTATOES The market Is dull: sales 400 bushols
Neshauoclcs at Ihc.; luo do. ut 55c.
(JLOVElt MEED Tlie market continues dull: salsa
1 brls to arrive, ut)4 75,
, DRIKI). APPLES The market Is , dull and but
little demand: sales 130 bush, at tjl ls, and W do. at
Sl 30.
i in-t! t r-il-i
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, October 26—P. M.
Flour opened heavy and eloied without spe-
slal change: sales 18,0110 brls. at (4 a'4 HO for super
tine State: &5 0.1 tor extra Plate; S4 KS)5 to for'
superlinu Wosturn; 8"i HHfo'iid for common to mciliiira
extra Western; S b!! : for inferior to good ship
ping extia round-hoop Ohio. Market closing moder
ately steady. Tho market for Canadian was inure
act ive- eales of 1,4(10 brls. at $: .Vft 41) for common
to choice extra. Itye Klour was in fair request at
tj tu4 30.
Wlieat very dull and nominally 2SA lower: anles
nf 3,000 btHhels at 4.'i1 Mi for whim allchigan and
Ittdisna: $1 ftftior choice white Kootuoky. Shippers
are lint in the market. Speculators oftor $1 (W4t III
for Chicago spring; Si 11(A1 12 tor Slilwniikie Club.
Rye la without change: ssies of ,noe bushels atttor.
barley is firmer nnd in lair demani): sales nf 18,000
bushols at 82c. for Canada Kant, and 8"o. for Canada
West. Corn lower: sales of 6,010 bushels at 1(1(41 02
for Jersey and Southern yellow. Oats were active
at 4.V$4oHc for Stale, and 4i4.Hc. for Western
and Canadian.
Whisky is without special change: sales of HO brls.
Starke, i . n t i , j . 5 '
Pork without special rhangf! salca of .1,soa barrels
ot 810 2MfilS 36 for mess; Slo 3IKd)ll for prime, In
cluding WW brls. moss, sellers option all this year,
somellilng under SIS. Beof unchanged: sales of 570
brls, at ft US! I 60 fer country prime; s 2.VM 60 do,
mess; 9rft)H' for repacked mess, nnd Sl 1(12 for extra
mess. Bcof Hums are in moderate deniuud: sales of
50 brls at tflSOlo for new Western; prime mess Beer
nominal ut Si7(dltf. Cut Meats scarce and nominal
at 8c. lor Hhiiuldcrs: sales of 41) pnrkagos llnmsat
9 Sc Bacon quiet and unchanged. Lard heavy and
luwor: sales of 4M) brls. at HMllo. -,
Butter soiling moderately nt HKlsc. for Ohio,
and l.'ig2oc, for State. Cheese rules steady at 6'4(rt)
Wit. " 'i ;-. ' a ' . .-
(Jottou firm: sales bfsdo bales upland middlings at
llXe.
Sugar steady: Muscovado at elifflTSc '
Tullow firm at liailc. 1
Slocks firmer: Ciilcagoand Rock Island 2X; III-
iioin Ccutnil fi.Vs'; Michigan Southern preferred I4H;
Now York Central 7!; Reading .17M; Shssouri SlxfS
H1S; (Mlena and Chicago 72; Michigan Central :w;;
Kric 0 '4 ; Uarlum3i; Pacific 11 all 73. , ;'
Steamboat Register.
AaairaiA AW. Qusrrfer; Ksnawhn; FalryQucen,
Miysville; lllfknian. Memphis; Moilei-stor.St. Louis;
Io'ta, St. Louis; ltoi-ket, St. Louis; Forest Queen,
Madison; Dimleitb, Neville; Virginia Home, Neville)
Superior, Louisville; it. 11. Ilniinltnu, Wheeling; Be
liaiice, Parkei-sburg. '
DiPAKTirara.-Fiilry Queen, Maysvllle; Martha Pot.
nam, St. Louis; 11. B. liarniltou, Wheellug; Viiglnla
Home, Neville: Dunleith, Neville; Forest Queen,
Madison; Swallow, Marietta; Key West, Wheeling,
Steamboat Register. NEWPORT NEWS.
.
. ,sP J- J'l rr-' r. r- -- rM
tBsastaia BV'Wimo, nsvfs-tlsiler.nforkwitrset, os-
soslte Odd Kellows' Hll, is ageut fcr the Pi!r
Pssssln Newport. All oroVrs left with blok will
meet with promni attention, lw t , .,
School Boaed. The Bourd hold its regular
meeting on Tuesday evening lost, other ,
business than the allowance of the monthly
salaries of tba teachers was transacted. , .
Amrioa Pbotistast AsaooiATton. The
regular eleotion of or effioer of thia associa
tion took place on Tuesday evening last, and
resulted as follows; J. R. Lakins, VT. M.f Thos.
Bardsly, D.M.i ft Dixon, T. .j Jas. Callahan,
K. 8.; J. fll. Boyd, A. R. 8.; John Beiley,
Treasurer; (ieo. Vaoghaa, Con.; Jas.Orosmitb,
Asst. Con.; Adam Weaver, J. T.; A. John
Lamb, 0'. T. : '
The ceremonies of installation will take plaoe
next Tuesday evening. On Sunday next the
society will celebrate the anniversary of the
reformation. .
LAW REPORT.
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
The case of W. W. Warden es. Btarbuok k
Co., given in our last report, oocnplod the entire of
yosterdsy, andbas notyet olosed. . .,
Hie testimony having been elicited In grest part
and reported at a former trial between the parties, it
detailed report would be nnoecsesary now.
SUEERIOR COURT.
In the ease of McCullougb Home In
surance: Company, tried beforo Judge Hoadlr, the
Jury returned a verdict for plaintiff ibr $I,M.
PROBATE COURT.
The motion to set aside the order of sale,
In ths matter of I. St 1. A. Link, and allow an
amended order, was partly heard and laid over. - -
HOME INTEREST.
,pB A. A.; Eyster, Clocks, Watohea and
Jewelry, Hp.S41and71 Western-row. u .. .
ii.pB Dugusrresn Gallery, south-west tor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Haunaford's
drug-store. Pictures , taksn and put In good eases
for twenty oeuts. Warranted to please, "
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03" The Olympic will open to-night on
f ourth-street, between. Mala and J3ycaors. Eaoh
itnd every member of this Company are tiara In their
profession. All artists, actors and actresses f sarlr
to the saw place, of smnasmsnt. '"' - - ' ' '
Madame Ellis's Uterine Elixer.
L : t -,.,,( r . , ,i , . ...
. Success unparallolei ' Tj any' medicine ever
neiore hronght before the public. Hundreds ef la
dles have already tried It, and all unite in saying It
is the best remedy they have ever used for diseases
nesnllar to their sex, aud gives the most speedy re
lief and permanent cure, in tbe shortest time ef any
medicine ever discov ersd. Bead advertisement Is
another column, accompanying; whieh ia aoertlBcals
of one of ths first drsgglsts In the city, in; regard to
the good' qualities of tbe Uterine Ilixer.' Also, Mad
ame Ellis,i sjpanish Stimulating Oongh and Liver
Balsam. ' Ne need tu suffer anr:Iongtr, from cwslis,
paihs iu thc, breast, sido, back, stomach or bowels
Olve either of the above medicines a, trial, and you
will bo satisfied it Is no humbug. ' " ' -' " '
: ::,,AucTioir, sales. r
, ,4, UCTIOM 8 A1 1 E.-i-BtS;" 0. HUB
x. BABtV, at TVade sals-room, No.il WsstKiftb
strwt. upstairs., A private) liliraryaf choice Book-,
in line biudiiua.at Auction by Catalogue. WillbH
sold on KIUDAVIVENINS, October 24, at 7o'cleftk.
a larKO Private Library of choice English and Amer
ican Editions, In full calf, half calf , and Turkey me
rooco antlaue blading, moss of which are as good
us new. Among them (may be found Preseott's
works, 14 vola, (opcr' novels, 34 vols.: Waverly
N'ovels, 27 vols.; Irvlng'a- works, 1,1 vole.; Walpols's
I, oilers suil Correspondence, 14 voIb.; Chancer.
vols.; Pickor(ng's edition Hawthorn's works, 8 vols.,
ete. Catalogues will b.rtady Friday, looming, suci
booka open fur iiuiiectlou,
ocJTb , . fi. G. HtBBARD, Anctiotieer.
AUCTIQN SAI,E.By II.' .(3. MILES
CO., No. S3 Main-street Orooerles, Olsaa
wars. Wrapping-paper, Boots. Hhoes, and Donors, at
Auctlon.-NVe will soil on TflCRSDAT, MOKNINO.
October 27,'ii9o,elook, a general varlety ot staple
Qrocaries, dlasBWars,, WrajopJng-paper, Boots, Shoes,
1 Also, 20 Irrli. 'Refined Syrup; id half do, di. do.; AO
tiarrea like; SO brls. Bourbon Whisky; 10 guartsr
casks Brandy; 7 do. do. Holland Gin. i octti
AUCTION SAI.E-BT 0..BKA
8HEAR3 & CO., Bales-rooms Noa. A7 and An
M sin-street. Ws will sell, on THURSDAY MOUN
LNU, Oct, 27, commencing at 9 o'clock, without re
serve, lor eash, loo casos Men's, Boys', Youths',
Women's, Misses' and (Jltlldren'a Boots, Shoes and
Brogous good assortment, and mint be sold. '
I QC24 . - 4i. BltA8HliAKS CO., Auo'ra.
jf- lTCTIOIl 8l,EwBy KBLLOQO k
ii WILLIAMS Bale-Tooms 22 and 24 East Third
street. Large and Kyteusive Hale of Pawnbrokers'
Qoods.-Ou TRUHSIMV and FB1DAY, October W
and 38, at o'clock each day, 300 packages, bundles,
trunks, Ac, of Gents', and Ladies' Wearing Apparel
of every variety-Tien, sad ftwe Goods.
ALSO A very large stock and good assortment ef
Gold and Silver Watchos, Jewolry of all kinds, and
Instruments of a variety. I '
At IIX- o'clpok ou Thursday 12 Kngllsh imported
Guns, Pistols, Ac; one lame Camera, ko.
0024
A. KF.LLOUG, Auctioneer.
iATTEMTION, BUHDEES!
THOS. '. FIRRIX i (0.
.-.Wttu
'iiii.it -i':i
HAVE E3TABLI8HKD THE 1ACT
thatthey are selliag lumber at their yard or.
i'roeman-Bireet, next to Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton iiailroad, :;i-.ir, in.i. .,,
iciirt'ii': .3,.; -,. ,i'.,,v
AT LOWER PRICES
than any other Lumbar Dealers la ths oity.!
Quick ; Siles aid Smaii" Profits "
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I3XHBlEMOlTO. il i t ;i i
- They submit the following list of prices:
1 "' " - . . . , Cash. 4Mo's.
Cleat lamtor.kll thicknesses, I In. raeas f.i7 H ttn tu
Bent Common, H and 2 Inch Plank..., 28 do an q ';
Boat i iv?i, ' liacrtDoard.
a s sm ss st 23 74 2.1 (,4
Second " all thicknesses..,,., ,16 60 17 Jg
Third ' Boards..... 11 M 12 6.
Grub Plank, face measure. -....- 22 80 3d ns
Hemlock Joist, Scantling and Timber.... II 60 12 on
Poplar m " ' 'f ) " i , "i .... 1260 14 00
First Common Flooring Boards........ ..... IS OO 37 M
Second ," ' ." " ............... 7 2J(SI
Tnird l I :ii " ;,.,....,., WW 2U 00
Firat Common Weather Boards........ 16 00 17 60
Secbnd " - 12 00 13 00
Cmiar Posts, 4 by 4, 6 feet, per hundred,., M 00 fit) no
Cedar. " for fenclim, . " ' ... SO 00 33 66
Locust -, r, , . , Hi " ..r I .. 20 W 22 Ni
A further reduction of H percent, will be made on
bills of $500 or more.
We have one of the largest and beat selected stocks
of Lumber in ths Cincinnati market, whioh ws offer
lor aale at tue a Dove prices.
THOS, .. FABBIN & CO.
sop23tf '
THE EQUITABLE
L1F11SM.11E SOCIETY
OP THE UNITED STATES, V
' ,'-.5-l'i. :'(P0'W,T MtrttjAI,.) I,.','-.
Office es Broadways Mew York.,
TUII.S COMPANY DIVIDES THE
. entire profits, trro rata, among ite Policy Hold
ers, legal interest (7 per cent, only) is Bald on Its
stock, which mar, by Investment, reprodiice abont
that amount, thereby giving ths assured all the ad
vantages of tbe Purely Mutual System, with tbe
pledge of a Perpetual capital Stock and the added
security that its Board of Directors have s P.rma
neut liouejcil Interest iu conducting its alfaira with
prudence and strict economy. 1 '"
i Its rates Sre baaed upon the most approved Knglish
fables of mortality, verified by Auitjican eiperienca
to the present time. ' '
By tlie t'kurter, Dividends to the Aisured are to !
declared every live years, and may Ni applied to ths
rediiertleii of pTeminm,or will Im creiiiied upm tha
policy, tlieruhy increasing tbe amount Insured.
Partiss desiring to insure will be furnished with
ths Society's jpubilcations,rates, Ac, gratis, upon ap
plication to the Agmt.
1 Hi.h. WILLIAM U ALEXANDER, President.
M IIKNKYB.UKDK.Yico President. ,
EliWARD P. WILLIAMS, secretary. '' 1 '
GKO. W. PHILLIPS, Actuary..
"ir.-.- ' 1 ' ' '
LOCAL soaRD or acvKRiscx rcaoiMcimATt.
We, thenoilerslgned, take pleasure in stating that
"The Ktiuitttbte Life Assurance Society," ufNew
York. represented in tbiscity by David A.Trnnx.Ksq.,
Isuntlrely worthy fli confident, of ibis community,
and time the cuuibiaation of the Mutual antlJoius
Stock principle as by them presented render this
Company one of tliB Doat eealrabls for insurers Id
the country:, ,. - , ,
StcdmBii, Carlisle ft Shaw, Stanhope 8. Bowe,
.1. S. Cheneweth ft Co., H. S. L Uommedleu,
nia.ihloy, Biniiiaon A Co,, V. W. Corwin,
Thompson A Tulle, ' H. E. Spencer.
DAVIDA. Tl;ULX, Agtj'nt,
3-) West Ihird-slreet,' BsVement Masonlo Tempi
I J,M:i,Ui,:.'M,t ,,!tlj.JOHll H.TA1T,.D.,
ssi) ,,, ;. ., ,, i , ,. , , Kxunlning Physician,
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