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lOUND,"c.,in this column. oocanylngflve lines
or seta, two insertions, twonty-nve cents.
n-iAn and Tiftilv. in a, nrivate family, where
'l iher An
' jam ft to but rew or no otner noaroers. a arMi,
rlcb location and terms, Lock Bui 310. oclMb
J IlVANTED A GIRL To do the house
I w T work of a small family. Apply at the
I STOMrv.atnra on the cornorof Milton aaii Wll.nn-
' streets, one square west of Broadway. oc29b
WANTED HELP Clerks, Agents, Me
chanlcs, Waiters, Porters, Carriage-drivers.
Farm-bands, Laborers, io. Alto a largo number cf
' female Servants tor city and country, f ersons will
t ingUmake themselves useful may hear of employ -s
mont by applying at our AgencyOfflce. No.38i West
' em-row. oc29-bi A. D. UAB80M t CO.
yANTED BOARD By a young lsdy,
w ' competent music teacher, in a private fam.
Ily, There she could give instructions on plmo,
guitar or melodeon as compensation for board. '1 tie
best reference can be given. Address Miss V. 0.,
care oi M. J. Beanan, Haguorreotypo Boom, Mo 6
Foiinh-street, Cincinnati. octfi-awt
from Are to eight rooms, situated east of
vine and north of Sixtt -streets. Bent not to ex
ceed I'Ui). Any person having such an one can hear
oi a cull tenant by addressing ANDY, Peuuy Press
office. oc29-b'
PLAIN BOARD, by a gentleman and wife,
In a private family. Would not abject to distance if
on the Hue of a streot railroad. Address B.,this
oflre, stating terms. ooN-b
WANTED Clerks, salesmen, book-keepers,
porters, bar-keepers, ooopera, mechanics,
laborers a oil others, can And ituations at the Mer
chants' Clerks' Registry Ulflco, No. m West Fifth
etrect. loclH-u' HALE ft CO.
WANTED AGENTS. Active men can
llnd employment by acting as agents In the
sale of au article which will pay tliem well, and fur
which there is a good demand. Apply at iiis Wal
nutrt,2oomlio;J; oclffl-b'
man, aged eighteen, it situation as light
porter, Btore boy ir mossengor. (Jan write a fair
''!li'.lV'?lf0.M-'ri!l't ln' umce' oc28-b
diately, a good Scroll buwyor und an Ex
tension 'l'uble maker. Good wagus and steady eiu
ployumnt. Apply at No. 61 West Second-street.
man sirl. canabln nf dninor ifimAml lmuii.
work; slm must be a superior wiubur aud lrouer.
JUQiiire to-day at No. l'J Oollugo-strtiet. oc-b
WANTED A PARTNER la on estab
lished business, paying (6,000 per annum
own cnpltul required, Address J). T., Post,
umco box is J, with ral name. oc27c
smnll family, containing about threo or four
rooms and kitchen. Distance not to exceed ten niin
Mles' wulk from Fifth-street Market. Address or
call personally at No. 12V Fifth-street, In the cigar
""" ocHi-tiw'
ANTED AGENTS and others to oall
egg-boator, kniio-polislier. scissors-sharpeners, and
a variety of other things ilrat-ruto to travel with, at
oceeoddw No. 8 West Third-street.
riO engage in circulating by subscription,
JL some new highly ornamental and entertaining
Books, Maps, ' hiuu, Jic. Men now i iterating clear
from $2 to JlSit per month. Call and examine tne
stock aud gel a descriptive circular, look U( testimo
nials of ngente nowopperutiug, Ac.
Consultation free. Call soon.
HACK li. BAKNITZ. Publisher.
cMam 38 W. 4th Street, (.upstairs.)
Ludlow, five minutes' walk from the
Fifth-strest Ferry. I'lio former contains six rooms,
porches, good cistern, Ac. The Lot is 135 foot dscp by
Ml front. Apply on the premises, or by letter at this
offic. loclgti'J . U. UaRTIGAN.
City Propertyi-Thlrty acres of IMPROVED
LAND, suitable for a fruit farm, twelve miles from
Cincinnati, near a turnpike aud railroad station.
Price $1,6(10, in easy payments. Also a ilOU.StC aud
LOT in Madison, Indiana. Inquire at Ko. 92Rop-klns-Btreet.
TjOR SALE A (ivo year old black horse,
JsV 16 haudf hlsh, warranted gentle and sound. A
llarling iwu liiirHo power and Baw-tablc, complate,
having been used only two months; nro as good as
new. Also uM cord wood curt. All of which will
be sold separate or togi ther. Inquire at grocery, West
euruor of Fifth und Piersou-strcets. ucliCd
a bakery and grocery stand. Inquire South
west comer of 1 run I and I'lum-streets. oczaw
ITjlOR SALE Omnibuses, Peddlor Wagons,
opnug nugonsttuu cuggies,
Bank-street Omnibus Hauiory.
C IN hHP01tT-8lx rooms, kitchen. Ac: ton
uiiiiutea' walk from the ferrr. Kent SIS nur month.
Poessiiion given ou tin 2tith of November. Inquire
of STALL & Mc.lIUEKIN, .'o. 40 West Second
streot, Cincinnati, Ohio. ocwb
well furnished, without boarding. Apply at
Ha. y WeBt Tliirtl-itruet. oca)b
-BtJ on the south side of Laurel-street, below John :
nit.e room, and Luih; gaiin all the rooms; good
rllnrs. Price SSOp'T nionlli. Apply to A. O. TY
LUlt, corner of Walnut mid front, or to MKI1H1TC
A K BMPToy, Laiiral and Western-row. ocli'Jb
JD- No. 31 Kace-Btroet, will be rented separate or
toiretbor. Inquire on the piemisos, between the
hours of 10 A. fll . anu 2 P. 11., or of Mr. J. UOIt
KUilKfc), 21 East Kront-Htrco t. ocMb
"BOR RENT A LOT 30 fcot front on
M? Broadway, running through to canal bssln 160
lfi. Also, ouoi2 fiet front, aud 1M fsotdeup, with
bult-sheds thereon, on same street, between Eigli b
and Nlnth-slreets. Apply to Dr. Ames, West corner
Front and Bycamore-sucote, or at 124 East Fourth
street. oc2d
SOAHDING. A Lady and Gontleman, or
1 two (leutlemen. can have one or two rooms.
with linanl, in a private (.English) family. Address
HEMItY, at t his ullico. oc2tib
BOARDING Soveral gentlemen can bo ao
commodnted with board at 161 Broadwny, be
tween Fifth aud Sixth-streets. Asecond-s'.ory front
room vacant, Also, accommodation for a few day.
losrders. ocJ9b
BOARDING. A few gentlemen can be ac
commodated with good board and pleasant
i, lu a privjle family, at No. !A Mctarlaud-
BOARDING. A fovr reapeotable mechan
ics can be accommodated with board and
pleasant rooms at No. I'.w Front-street. oc2au
T 0ST SILVER BOX Yesterday (Friday)
JLi afternoon, near the gate leading into Spring
Grove Cemetery, a chased Silver Box, lined with
gold, containing two $1 notes. The finder will be
suitably rewarded by leaving tho same at this office,
T OST A pair of EAR-KINGS, soma place
-Li In the western part of the city. The finder
will be rewarded by leaving them at No, 132 Kverett
streot or at No. 321 Ninth-street. oc2eb"
or THI
JL INGnnd Besignlnij Cliis-es will commence en
TUESDAY KVKNINU, November 1, consisting of
the following Departments:
ARTISTIC. Including Oil Tainting, Tostol Bnd
Orayn Drawing; AltuUITttUtUUAl, and ME
CHANICAL. The School will be tmdorlbe chnrgeof Mr. John It.
Helen. Mr. Gnome Fyburn, Mr. W. V . Carpenter,
and Mr, J. F. K. Milieu.
All application,, lor seats (which are limited) mnnt
be msde by MONDAY, October 31, nt the office of the
Institute, whore the Circulars and Uules cuu be ob
tained, aud further inlorniallon given.
By order of the Committee.
ocMtf JOHN n. UEItlH.
"Wood-Working Machinery,
Corner Joho'.aad Water: t.tClnolnnatl,0
Notiok. Mr. Rolliston, who serves our
readeis on. the route bounded by Fifth Bnd
Seventh, and Main and Western-row, is en
titled to all duet subsequent to Monday, Oc
tober 17. b
Thi Tbrm F's. Fine, fresh and fatovstara
may at all times be obtained at the depot of
nuuars wrr, no. li nest Jj lltll-Street.
Maltby's brand received daily by express,
direct from Baltimore.
Oystkbs! Otstebs I Everybody appears
tobegoinjrto Waggoner's, on Vestem-row,
above Fifth, for their Oysters. And no won
der, for they are really splendid. Another
fine supply to-day. Try a oan for Sunday.
Matbijionul, Forty-nine marriage licenses
were issued during the week just past against
forty-two during the one previous. The mat
rimonial market soems to be in an Improved
oondltion, owing, no doubt, to the reoent
change in the temperature. -
Madibok Hodsb The success of Dr. Cahlll
In making the "Madison" a first-class hotel,
we are pleased to teo, ii appreciated by the
traveling public Situated in the business
portion of tho city, strangers visiting here
will find it to their advantago to stop with the
oao8. The Cincinnati Street Railroad Com
pany have established a line of omnibuBoa
which oonneot with their oars at Seventh and
Freeman and run to Clinton-street. The City
Passenger Company alto oonneot with an om
nibus line wbioh runs from the western termi
nus of their route to Sedamsvillo.
The City Council Investicatinir Committee
progresses with its duties quite slowly. The
witnesses who have been subpenaod fail to
appear, and, of course, without them there can
be nothing done. A mootlnc will be foald this
afternoon at two o'clock, when all those who
have been summoned and have faile l to ap
pear will be brought before the Committee
with writs of attachment, for the Citmirmau
seems determined to prosooute his purpose to
tho end, whatever that may be.
Brutal and Urpkovokcd .Asbacw. About
five o'clock on Thursday afternoon, a man
named Thomas Bisch, while vmlking along the
tow-path of the Miami Caaal, when at the
corner of Elm-street, was assaulted by the
driver of a oanal boat, named Michael Dugan,
who, without a word or a ohiise, knooked him
down with the butt end of bis whAp two or
throe times. Dugan fled, but was subse
quently captured, when he gave as it reason
for his brutality the faot that some one had
givon him five dollars upon condition that he
would give Kisoh a sound beating. 2e was
before the Police Court yesterday morning,
hut his oitso was continued until Monday,
whon, unless we are muoh mistnkon, b'e will
find that the pay was muoh too email ifor tho
work he accomplished.
A Stbanois Knockbd Dowic 'aud Bobbed.
A maa named Johnson, who raid ho was a
native of Virginia, but lad been for some time
post at Pike's Peak, was discovered by Officer
Lewis, oa Third-street, in a aemi-iiraensible
oondition. He further stated that he h-ad been
met by a couple of mon, who represented them
selves asoffioers, and desired him to accompany
them, but, when he refused, knooked him
down and robbed him of $80 in money, and
then left him bruised and bleeding on the side
walk. He was taken to the Station-house-, and
yesterday morning was bofore Judge Lowe,
to whom he told his story. His face was badly
bruised, aud he looked very muoh as if he had
been roughly handled; but there was .some
thing in his air whioh was not altogether the
semblance of truth, and the Court was some
what tempted to doubt his honesty. Ho was
discharged, however, on promising to leave the
A Stbanokb Bobbed at a Bagnio. A man
named Andrew Thompson, a rosident of
Indianapolis, visited a bagnio, on IUoo-stroot,
night before last, and while then drank a
large quantity of liquor and fellasli iep. How
long he remained bo he can not tell;; but when
he awoke it was quite late, and he found th at
he had been removed to another roo.ni and was
lying upon the floor. Upon a complete resto
ration to oonsoiousneaa he found that he had
been robbed of a watch worth about sixty
dollars and nearly seventy dollsirs in gold,
which he had upou his person at the time he
ontered the house. The cerborus of tbo estab
lishment indignantly denied knowing anything
at all of the affair, and, saying she did not
believe he had either money or watch w hen he
entered, turned him into the street. Thompson
asserts ho had the money, but thinking his
experience, although somewhat dearly bought,
quite valuable, says he despairs of ever recov
ering tho stolen property, and willretuin home
a wiser man.
Suspicious and Mysterious Arms. A
man named Christian Goodman, and his wife,
Jano, were beforo Judge Lowo yesterday
morning, having been arrested the night
before by Officers JJaakerman and Fix, upon a
charge of assault aud battery. The circum
stances as developed in tho examination are
as follows:
The prosecuting witness, Joseph Chase, said
that in tho afternoon of Thursday the accused
,v . i. c . i. .
Jii,iua viaibeu mo uuuao ui buoir uau;uier,
who residos with him on Court-street, between
Walnut and Vine, and is about to become a
mother, and gave her some medicine which
made her very sick, struck her several blows
in the abdomen, knooked her down and
abused her to such an extent that her life and
that of her unborn child are both endangered.
At this stage of the proceedings Judge Lowe
concluded to continue the case until Monday,
thinking that the daughter of the defendants
might then be brought into Court and testify
in regard to the matter. It is said that she
resides with this man Chase, not as his wife,
but as his mistress, and that the parents beat
their daughter, being justly incensed at her
conduct. Whethor this was tho cause, or
whether tbey really desired to destroy the off
spring of their daughter's shams, remains to
be seen. '
Pones Court. The business of the Police
Court yesterday morning was by far the least
interesting that has been done during the week.
The amount was not large, twenty-three cases
only having been examined; but several charges
wore disposed of whioh have already been men
tioned in our columns, and the result of these
we give below.
Ou Tuesday evening last a fellow named
Christian F. Houcke went on board the Bteam
boat Defender and asked the watchman, John
Hays, to allow him to remain there during the
night. Hays refused and assaulted his visitor,
drovejhim from the boat, aud just as he reaohed
the wharf stabbed him in the loft side, leaving
a painful though not dangerous wound. Hays
was arrested at the time, and oonfinod in the
Station-house, and yesterday morning had a
preliminary examination before Judge'bowe,
who held him to bail in the sum of gfjftO to
answer the charge of Blabbing with intent to
kill, beforo the noxt term of the Court of Com
mon Pleas.
John K. Norman, one of those excellent
members of sooiety who habitually abuse their
families, raised a row day beforej yesterday
with bis wife, at the place thoy call homo, on
the corner of Twelfth-street and Western-row.
Offlocr Hower being attracted to the spot by
the oonfusion, arrested Norman and confined
him in the Ninth-street Station-house. Yes
terday Judge Lowe, after listening to a rela
tion of the manner in which the peace of tbo
neighborhood had been disturbed, centenoed
him to en imprisonment of three days ia that
most villianous place, tho City Prison, snd to
pay a fine off 5 and oosts, ,
Arrest of a Fugitive Slave at Columbus
—Excitement on the Railroad—He is
Examined and Remanded into the Custody
of his Master.
Sometime during the year 1854 a slave
named John Tylor escaped from the heirs of
the Thornberg estate, in Cabell County, Vir
ginia, and, coming to this State, took up his
residence at Mt. Gilead, near Columbus, and,
under the name of John Price, has resided
there ever since, with the exception of a short
time which he spent in Oberliu.
About a year since, United States Deputy
Marshall, William L. Manson, received from
the ownera of the slave a description of his
person, and a statement of the facts in regard
to his flight from Virginia, accompaiuied
with a request to be on the look-out for him,
as there was some reason to believe that he
was not far from Cincinnati,
A month or two ago the correspondence was
re-opened, and the parties were informed that
a negro answering tho description had been
arrested at Mt. Gilead for burglary. This
proved to be the ease, but the negro had
shrewd lawyers to defend him ; for it is said
that thoy really persuaded the woman he had
robbed to marry him, thus destroying all the
evidence thcro was ngainst him. He was,
therefore, dismissed by the Court, and although
he was believed to be guilty, it could not be
While this trial was progressing, the Mar
shal became convinced that th negro Prioe
was the John Tyler who escaped five years be
foro from Virginia, and made the necessary
arrangements for his arrest. He was not long
In completing thorn, nor was it long before
they were orowned with suooess; for yesterday
morning the negro was in Columbus, by ap
pointment, and just as the 8:30 A. M. train
was leaving that city, he was arrested.
To get him oa board the cars, however,
oaused somo trouble, for the fugitive is a large,
raw-boned, very heavy, and evidently quite
strong, and seeing tho predioament Into wbioh
be had fallen, concluded he would not tamely
submit to his fate. He therefore prepared for
a row, and although four persons had hold of
him, he gave them a hard fight. He hit the
officers and raged like a tormented lion, so
great was bis chagrin and vexation.
Of course this caused an immense excite
ment, particularly when it bcoamo known that
tho prisoner was a fugitivesluve. The negroes
about the depot raised the alarm, and in a few
minutes the cry of "rosoue" ran like a watch
word from the train to the center of the city,
and the entire black population and part of
the white, rushed to, and almost filled, the
The officer and his pone, however, had se
cured their mau, and the ears started for the
city. Chagrined at the result of the affair
quite as much as the prisoner himself was, they
had resource to the telegraph, and when the
train reached Xenia an immense crowd had
gathered at the depot, and among them was
the Sheriff of Greene County, with a writ of
habeat corpus, which was served upon the
United States Marshal. He refused to take
any notice of it, and told the officer be would
only show oitnse why ho detained the body of
Prioe after he had reached Cincinnati.
This resistance to the law, as may be sup
posed, created an immense confusion, and an
other rescue was attempted; but bofore the
storm burst upon them in its fury, and ere the
traia had time to take wood and water, the
conduotor relieved the Greene County authori
ties by starting for this oity. At every point
along tho line the story was circulated that a
negro had been kidnapped, and at each the
people wero intensely agitated. The news
reaohed this oity, but strange to say but a few
persons became aware of what was going on,
and they seemed unconcerned; for the in
habitants of a metropolis are generally quite
Having arrived, the fugitive was placed In
a carriage, driven to the Custom-house, and
immediately arraigned before United States
Commissioner Newhall, who carefully ex
amined the onse and remanded the prisoner
into the custody of hie owners, some of whom
were present. He was pat again into a hack
and driven to Covington, where he is still
The prisoner ia a dark mulatto, about thirty
years of age, quite six feet high when standing
ereet, with a woll-shaped fuco and body, and
a pair of sharp, cunning and almost demoniac
eyes, which have the tendency to make one
uneasy when in his presence. He is, to judge
from his appearance, a bad man, and looks
as if ho would prove the worst investment a
planter could make. He will probably be
inkon to the South and sold; for certainly, in
a State where there has lately been an insur
rection, it would not be wo 11 to have suoh a
man at large.
A Man with A Gotta Peboba Conboicncr
Caught Swindliko Pkbsoks with Gotta
Pbrcim Puns. Day before yesterday, Officer
Beaney tirrested a man named Lowis Sohles
singer, oit a charge of obtaining money by
false pretenses from Marion Wilkinson, nf
Wilmington, Clinton County, Ohio. Immedi
ately after the arrest, a writ of habeat corpus
was issued from the Probate Court, and sub
sequently heard before Judge Hilton, who
remanded htm into the custody of the city.
Yesterday morning Sohlessingor was before
Judge Lowo, but the Court having no juris
diction over t he caso, he was discharged. His
liberty, however, was not of long duration, for
before ho reaohed the door of the Court-room,
he was re-ar rested by tho Sheriff of Clinton
County, and returned to Wilmington to answer
the charge pending against him. For the
benefit of the public, wo give herewith a brief
aooonnt of the manner in which Mr, S. is said
to operate, which is as follows :
He renresantp himself an a member of a firm
in New York which manufactures gutta peroha
coated steel pens, a sample of which he dls-
r J '
He then, by promising to make bis
customer an agent, sells a lot of the pons, for
which ho reoeives pay. men t, and gives one
gross, with a receipt for' the balanoe of the
money, and an order up.vrt the firm in Hew
York for the remaining p ins. The oustomer
does not have long to watt to find oat that he
bas been cheated, and that t he firm with whom
he has been transacting business, through an
agent, is a myth.
Schleisinger has bees soreral times before
different Courts in this Stala, but as yet has
not been oonvicted. He does his business
quite shrewdly, says bis eyed are his market,
and thinks every person should quietly submit
to the terms of any bargain be has made. He
certainly will not always tbun escape the, pun
ishment his transactions desetTO.
regular semi-weekly session of the Board of
City Improvements, yesterday morning, the
sealed proposals which had been offered were
opened, and the following awsxds of contract
To A. B. Smith, at for'.y-nt.ne cents per
lineal foot, for paving with limesl one the gut
ters on each side of Wostero-ro'W, from the
north side of Rlver-stret to the Ohio River.
Also, for MacadamisiPjg, with broken stone,
the center between, 'At eighty-nine eents per
The Clerk was 'ilso directed to prepare and
transmit to the City Counoil ordinances to as
sess a special tx upon the real estate bound
ing and .buttin g on the following streets:
Poplar-stro,e, from Linn to Freeman-streetj
Gay-alley, fr cm York-.vtreet to York-alley.
A coiuiu'jnication, leoelved from A. N.
Riddle aud others, relati ve to building culverts
on Brown-street, was referred to the Commis
sioner of the district, in connection with the
City Civil Engineer. Boa rd adjourned.
Th CittGasTax Colictobs. We learn
from the bookkeeper of thai City Aoditor that
the Gas Collectors are not be 'hind-band in pay
ment of their acoountsv and the adoption of a
resolution of inquiry last n igbt by the City
Counoil, whether any of thorn are defaulters,
may do them serious iojusl ice. The settle
ment they are to make in a .tew days will ex
hibit the oondition of tlae aooennts.
Particular attention is c ailed to the ad
vertisement of the Misses Bsdrd in another
column. The ladies should not fail to visit
No. US West Fourth-it) -eel. i - .
Riot in Newport, Kentucky—The Office
of Free South Entered and the
Press Destroyed.
Last night between seven end eiflit o'clock,
a party of men entered the office uftlie Fret
South, a Republican paper, printed by William
S. Bailey, in Newport, Kentucky, and took
the forms, which had just b.-n lucked up
ready for the press, oirried them into the
street, und, after "pieing" theoj, scattered the
type all over the square.
They then re-entered the bulldingand were
in the aot of taking the press to pieces for the
purpose of throwing it into the street, and
would undoubtedly have accomplished their
purpose, but for the faot that one of the daugh
ters of Mr. B. blew out the lights, and the riot
ers, beooming alarmed at being in the house in
the dark, came to their senses and departed.
What immediate) cause there was for this
action and what the provocation, if any was
givon, we know not. The office of the South
is without type and has now but part of a
press ; but as adversity tries friends, it is
quite probable this action may prove a benefit
to Mr. B. and the cause he pretends to advocate.
Citt Council Last Night The Mayor sent
in a special oommunioation asking attention
to the discomforts and ill-provisions of the
City Prison, eopeoially the wards in whioh
women are placed, suggesting their removal to
the school-house, now unoccupied, at oorner
of Parsons and Front-streets, or at some suit
able place, under tho charge of a matron.
Mr. Pearce moved its reforenoa to a select
oommittee of five.
Mr. Kicrsted moved to amend by striking
out "to a soleot committee," and to insert " to
the Committee on Police and City Prisons."
A longthy discussion ensued, when the
reference to the standing committee prevailed.
Mr. 11 C. Baldwin was eleoted to fill the
vacancy in the City Board of Equalization,
occasioned by the resignation of Hiram Clear
wator. Mr. John Cochnower was allowed to make
repairs on the west side of Harriet-street,
under the direction of the Commissioner of the
Western District,
An ordinance was passed appropriating $600,
from tho Watch Fund, to be used in paying, a j
the work proceeds, for building a wall in rear
of the Station-house in the Seventeenth Ward.
On motion of Mr. Kiorated, the City Auditor
was instructed to report if the City Gas Col
lectors wore in default.
A communication was received from the
City Civil Engineer, stating that ho had in due
time notified the Cincinnati Street IUilroad
Company to bowlder along the track on Seventh
street, between Cutter and Free mau-street, who
replied that their contraot allowed them one
year. No action was had by Counoil.
Considerable discussion took place on a prop
osition of Mr. Hollister, Chairman of the
Law Committee, recommending the payment,
by the executors, of one thousand dollars to
Goo. B. Fugh, counsel tees in the MoMicken
case, when the proposition was referred to tho
Committee on Finance.
The regular order was called up, whioh was
a change of the route of the Pendleton and
Filth-street Market Space Street Railroad
abandoning Lawronoe and Sycarjboro-streots
and occupying Broadway, from Lowor Market
to Fifth-street a double track to be laid on
that part of Broadway from Pearl-street to
Fourth-street. An agreement was mado to
temporarily lay the ordinance on the table
until the standing regulation be rescinded,
confining the track to the center of the streot
a vote having been taken on the question to
rescind, it did not prevail.
Tbe route was changed as reoommended.
Mr. Toohey again presented tbe resolution
in favor of turn-outs on the line of the Cin
cinnati Street Railroad, when it was moved
that the resolution be referred to the Committee
on Roads and Canals, whiob was lost.
Several amendments were offered, when the
whole "subjeot was laid on the table one week.
Council then adjourned.
Tn Back Yibtebdav. The attendance yes
terday at the Cincinnati Trotting Park was
quite large, and this race was warmly contested,
although "Gray Harry" run it in two straight
beats. The real contest lay between "Fanny
Hope" and "Gray Harry," although "Molly
Brooks," who acted badly without, gave evi
dence of winning tbe second heat, which she
might have done but for the fast trot that she
"broke up" on the second mile,
"Fanny Hope" in the first heat made tbe
first mile in 2:45, and iu all probability would
have made it her own, but she "broke" badly
on the second mile and ran some distance
bofore she again came down to the work. In
the mean time the bono came up,and although
he passed the port upon a run, the heat was
given him. We annex the following summary:
,1. E. Fish, enters g. g. "Gray Harrv," I 1
James Rocky, enters b m. "Fannv Hope," 2 2
0. W. liiniick, outers ro. in. "Moll liiooks,".... 3 2
Time 6:30)'; 5:31)4.
Obdinanceh Pbofosed. To establish the
grade of Cramsey-street from Court-street to
Pennock-alley ; Rider-alley from Wode-street
to a point about 267 feet south, as far as at
present oocupied ; to pave with Bowlder
stone Vine-street from Wator-street to River
streot ; Front-street from Mill-street east, to
connect the present bowlder pavement;
Wetzell-alley from Elm-street to east Plum
street; Plura-strect from Water-street to
River-street ; Thorp-alloy from Plum-street
to Western-row; liberty-street from Main
street to Walnut-streot. To pave with brick
the sidewalks on Everett-street from Linn
street to Freeman-street.
Those objecting to these improvements
have six weeks in which to file objections
thereto before it can be passed by the City
Abbxst or a Covington Bdbolar. On
Monday night last, the residence of Mrs.
Boyle, located in Covington, on Fifth-street,
between Soott and Madison, was felonously
entered aud rubbed of $60 iu money and
some other valuable articles. Some parties
suspeoted of having been engaged in the
burglary were described to some of our polioe,
and last night Officers Cook any Anthony ar
rested one of them named Thomas Findley
and oonfinod him in tho Ninth-street Station
house. He will have a hearing this morning
before Judge Lowo, and in all probability will
be remanded into the oustody of the Covington
Railsoad Accident, Just as tho night
Express train on tbe Indianapolis and Cin
cinnati Railroad was leaving Lawrenceburg
yesterday morning, and when crossing tho
tressel-work near that place, the first passenger-car
was thrown from the track. Tho
train was moving at the time quite slowly,
and, but for this circumstance, would un
doubtedly have been thrown into the ravine
below. As it was, tho only damage caused
by the accident was the detention of the train
about four hours.
Meeting op ths Republican Association.
The National Republican Association met last
night at Bacon's Building, on tho corner of
Sixth and Walnut, but the attendance was
quite small. Mr. Armstrong introduced a
series of resolutions, reaffirming the doctrine
assumed by the Republican party in the Phil
adelphia platform upon the slavery question,
nnd asserting that this was still their creed.
Tho resolutions were debated at some length,
and finally laid upon tbe table for one week.
9The attention of young mon is called
to the advertisement of Bacon's Commercial
College, in another column. Mr. B. is known
throughout the West as an experienced
teacher, and his Institute has always held
high rank.
BVWe have nn hesitation in directing peo
ple to the Central Photograph and Melainotype
Gallery for a truthfal and artistic picture. A.
S. Bloom is an artist who understands the
magic effects of light and shadow.
Codkcil Investioatinq CoimiTTBi. There
will be a day meeting of the Investigating
Committee at two o'clock this afternoon. All
witnesses who have received notice will attend
or be iubeet to attachment for aontempt.
Wood's Theater. Mb. Anbimow as
BamntrK. I'pon ti e occasion of ths benefit of
Mr. Anderson, In, I uiirht, Wood's Thsater was
more thii filled with iulteau intellectual audience.
Tho "Benedick" of Sir. A. was a flue performance,
inrotigtiniit the entire part hit voice eeuied made
for tbo lines, and hi, action tilted them so com
pletely that they iniglit bare pleased even Hamlet
Tbe "Beatrice" of idiss Ellsworth; was also quite
clover, and both wre rapturously applauded But
badly as "Dogberry" bas been enacted, and much as
we have been dl'guiled wltn it, we never saw it
played worse. As a whole, however, the play was
admirably done, for what tho minor prt lacked
the leading characters niade up. To-night llr A.
HiiinppHuras -iuacoeiu, ' witn miss feiuwortby as
"Lady Macbeth," a cast which should nil the bouse
iu (utyictiou.
Smith and Nixon's Hall Last Niort or
thr Camphili.s. -This evening is positively tbe last
opportunity that will be piesented the lovers of
burnt-cork opera In this city of bearing this unriv
alled troupe of musical black-birds. As the bouse
has been crowded to Its utmost capacity every even
loir during the week, they will no doubt be greeted
with a bumper at leafing.
Conoebt bt Sionob Cavadi Colliers. This
excellent vocalist who ia well-known here and has a
host of friends, in company with his accomplished
daughter, B-riha; Tosao. tho violinist, and Kunkle,
tbo pianist, will give a Concert at Hmitb 4Mxm's
Hall, on friday evening next.
Piex's OrEBA-nocsK. J. In soo William's
"Bible Panorama," will bo exhibited at the Concert
llall iu Fike'a Opira-houso, this afternoon. It la an
excellent series of picture, aud should be seen by all
who have bo hour's leisure.
Pibsonal. Julia Bean, iu elegance and
grace tbe Miss O'Neill of thi American drama, Is ia
the city, and will appear on Monday night, at one of
our Theaters.
Last Will and Tbust Deed bt Cam. J. B.
Souuohs. Wm. HcCammon and J. B. Barker, Ex
ecutors, vs. Prudence bummona aud others. A pro
ceediug before JuilgeStorer, to have a trust declared,
and toobtaln the construction of the Court as to its
It appeared from the statement of Judge Key (coun
sel for Mrs. Huminons, now Mrs. Uardil) that her
late husband, Oapt. Blair Hutninous, left a laat
Will Hiid Testament, of which the plalutlfTe were
Kxecutors, aud which disposed of Ills real estate;
und also, Ihut on tbe;day oi his death another instru
ment was executed, purporting to be a deed of trust,
with a statoiuent of uses, the beneficiaries being ths
grand children of too puny executirg it.
No qtioidinu wits raieedin this proceeding as to
whether tbo will was valid or not ; but the widow al
leges tliut she did not elect io take under it, und iu lo
case wa bound to tnko under Us provisions, whethor
valid or invalid us toothers.
iJAs to tile deed of trust it is averred In her answer
thut Cape, bummons, at tlto time it was oxecuted,
was not of ufuftkietit cupnclty to make a deposition
of life personal estate, aud, luerefere, thut it is not
valid in law, but wholly void. In tho next place the
respondent says that bcltiftthe wife of J. li. M. she
whs entitled by law to one-third of his personal prop,
erly thatoveu if competent in mind to have msdea
will he could not have deprived her of this right
that ho knew he was then dying, and that the eald
document was intended to have tho force of a will,
and wiih so executed to avoid the law, and to deprive
her of bar riihts, and was, therefore, as to her, void
inlaw, blie asks a judgment against the plaintiffs
for oue-thii d part of the proporty.
John Kills examined. Wuaat the Spencer House
when Capt. Summons died there. Ills wife, (the
niece of Capt. S.) Mrs. M.Johnson, W. B. bummons
and wife, and some otliors wero in the room of Capt.
H. They wure requested to go into another apart
ment for a timo. and wore awiy about half an hour,
and in about lifteeu vr twenty minutes after they
returned Captain Suuiuious died. His bodilr con
dition was one of pain and -differing;, and wit
ness thuindit he was dying when they left the
room, bevnrul times, for a day or two beioro, he ex
pressed to witness that he never would get well, iiis
uiinil had been wandering for several days. On the
night beforo he died be was doleriuus and thought he
was in Louisville.
Mrs. N. Johnson (neleo of Captain S.) examined
On the Friday betore his death the mind nf deceased
was not composed; hespokt, of his biiHinees being ho
unsettle'); be appeared better on Saturday morning,
and rrmirked hiiuself that he did not think it real
or uatunil; afterward he got worse, and when he
spoUo witness could not understand blm, nor he her,
except at intervals; on Suuday morning he was a
eoud deal worse; he said nothing then about his
property; hisconilition at tbe time they left the rooui
was very bad; did not think thut on that morning
becould givu a statement of his wishes as to tbe dis
position of ills estate
This closed theevidonce for respondent.
William McCamniou examined by Mr. Hills for
petitioners Was aoiuuinted with Captain H. since
1H.6, and wus one of his most Intimate friends.
About eight days before his death, and whon appa
rently in g iod health, bad a conversation with '.'ap
tain b. on his boat iu relation to the affairs of the
latter; be said that his family did not do as they
ought to have done that he bad trouble enough to
kill four mou H at his wife would have any how by
law one-tliird of bis estate, producing her an income
of $600 or Smii) per annum, and that ho wished to leave
his personal etlecis to iiis grandchildren, born anil to
be born, and requested witness to act at, liisadminia
tratorand trustee; at his request witness called on
him at therpenoer to make bis will; he remarked at
that time that lie was without wifoor child to smooth
his dying pillow; witness thought he would be in a
b"tier condition on the next ituy to attend to the
business in question, and returned on the following
Further hearing of the evidence postponed.
Ackerman vs. Whan and others. Opinion
by Judge Carter, dismissing a bill of review, at cost
of complainant.
Jones for complainant; Strait & Holllstor for de
fense. Warden vs. fitarbuck 4 Co. Judge Caldwell and
Mr. Fox addressed tbo Jury for the dufense; Judge
Johnson closing for plaintiff.
Police Cocbt. Jack Williams, for breach of
ths peace, fined $7 85; Moses Waters, for a like
offense, fined $3 85. This constituted the
amount of business transacted by the Mayor
yesterday morning.
Sodden Death. Miss Ooodaon, a young
lady of about eighteen years, the daughter oi
Major Goodson, has been for some timo linger
ing under that slow but sure mossengor of
death, consumption, and althongh her recovery
had become hopeless, no immediate danger was
anticipated. Night before last Mr. Goodson, as
usual, attended the City Couucil, of which he
is President, altogether unoonscious that tbe
destroying ongel was hovering about his fire
side. But so it was, and when be returned it
was to find bis daughter in the oold embrace
of detith. Without any apparent pain, she
breathed ber last, her friends around being
scarcely conscious of her departure to the land
of the hereafter.
Shipments tboh Pjbis, Bourbon CoaKTT.
During the past week 4,634 bushels of wheat,
1,624 bogs and 432 cattlo were shipped from
Paris, Bourbon County, to this oity.
Oua Public Institutions. At the olose of
the week ending yesterday, there were twenty-1
two inmates in the poor-house, and fourteen in
the jail.
p&" A. A. Eyster, Clooks, Watohes and
Jewelry, Nos. 341 and 271 Western-row.
pS" Daguerrean Gallery, south-west oor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hunnaford's
drug store, Pictures taken and put in good cases
for twenty cents. Warranted to pleaso.
13 Hibbert Bros.' new style of Three-dollar
Hats aro all tho go. Call and examine at their
sales-rooms, Nos. 8 aud 210 Fifth-street, Bats,
Caps, 4c, at reasonable prices.
pB" For a good Photograph, at the reason
able price of i I, go to the establishment of Messrs.
Dewey 4 Co., No. 113 West Fifth-street. .
fc$ What is more becoming than a nioo
Silk Hat? You ean obtain ench at the establish
ment of B. B. Alley, No. 41 Broadway, opposite the
Broadway Hotel.
Cheap Pictures, and of the boat stylo
of art, you oan get at the Central Photograph and
BtelaJnotype Gallery, corner of Fifth and Wostsrn
row, under charge of A. S. Bloom.
fS' For a nice Dross Eat at $4, or any of
the latest styles of Eats, Caps and Ladies' Furs, go
to Bendlsy's,a2 Flfth-strost, near Western-row.
[By Telegraph.]
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, October 28.
Cotton firm: sales 7,000 bnles to-day at 10
(8)1 lc. for ml idling. Pales of the week 61,000 balua;
receipts do. ftLOnO, against fAooo biles laat yuar: ex
ports ltf.Oi 0 bales total d'. lM.OtfS. Receipts ahead
of Imt year U;,V bales; do. at all Boutberu ports
10I.7OO bales; present stork 163,J0 bales, sugar
buoyant and advanced VitiiHie : mil s a: 6X(ft7.'jc- for
fslrto fully lair. Flour aitvuntitiR: salts at 2.",c4
S 40 forsupurOne. Corn urinal 8l 10 fur prime white.
Eastern liny $Jtffi. Coffee flnn at UtolKHr. f'r
prime Bio: sales of the week 6,1110 bags; imports MOO
nags total imports B I ,lniO bass; proseut stock 3:',UOU
bags, agjlust U.000 bass last year.
[By Telegraph.]
Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, October 28—M.
Flour active at an advancing tendency:
Howard at 8 X, nnd Cit.v Mills at $3 UK Wheat
active: sales of 4.'a) bushels n t $1 IWtfll 30 for v. hue,
mid Si S5ai 20 for red. I' trn dull ttnd imclmiigeO.
Provisions quint- Mscon VS:A'4v. Mess I'ork htavy,
and prime unchangod. y,bisky dull at2ec.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
FRIDAY EVENING, October 28, 1859.
TIiOCB The market was very dull to-day, and
prion declined 10(a)l:0. per barrel, though holders
reluctantly submitted to tlis decline. Thi s.iles were
7(io brls. at $( lofti 86 for lutMsrilns, and $."-& 30 for
extra. S.les brls. were received the last twenty-four
WOISKY-A further advance of He, was ".tib
llslied to day. with sales or 1,300 brls. at aD-sffiaKo.,
tbe latter rite for wagon.
i-BOVIBIONb-Me-a Tork was dull to-day, and
offered more free1) it (13 71, with sales or 2D' barren,
atthlsrate. Bacon dull aud prices nominal, at 7H
and Kite Lard unchanged, with small stiles at 10)ic.
GBOUEUUid A moderate demand lu the regular
way at full prices: sale of Sugar at 6i1Xo.i Ho.
lasses at 0slc, and Coffee at ll5iil2Xc7
WHEAT Tbe market dnll aud heavy, and pricea
about 3c. per bunhel lower: sales of 1,700 bush, choice
white at II 20 delivered; J'sXIo. prime white, deliv
ered, at fl it; 9U) do. at II Is; 3Ui do. prime red at
It U: 200 do. good white st 81 16, and ISO do. piima
red at $1 08.
CORN There Is but a moderate demand, and prlcea
are without change: sales S,uu0 bushels at 44o aud
250 do. at 40c.
OATH The market ia Arm and prices are steady,
sales of foft bushels at 46c.
BAB LB Y The market Is dull and without cluMigo:
sales of 3sm bushels pi bus fall at Mc.
ii mere is a good aemana to a prices arm at
POTATOES The market is dnll and prices are
nnchsngid: sales of 200 barrels at tl W.
APPLES The receipts are liberal, bat fhsre Is no
change in prices: ealus of 300 panels at (i 15, and
130 do. at $2.
CHKKSB-Thers is an active demand snd tbe
market is firm: sales of MO boxes W secern Ewns at
vc.aud (00 do. atSHc.
FRIDAY EVENING, October 28, 1859. [By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW YORK, October 28—P. M.
Tlour market is very heavy and 510c.
lower: Kales of 1,400 brls. at $4 80(24 90 for superfine
Htate; It K 03 for extra State; 14 ei5forsiiper
11 ue Western; $- 6o.t 66 for Inferior to good hip
ping brands extra round-hoop Ohio closing heavy,
with free sellers at Inside prices. Market fur Cana
dian Flour lower: sales of 4ISI brls. at $.t 40(fti'i Ti tat
oontmon to choice extra. Bye lour is loreuusstat
S3 G0(p4 80.
Wkuut is unsettled and rath'r better: salosof l,or0
bushels Milwaukle Club at $1 um 14, taken to fill
all old pressing freight engagement, f hiprxra gen
erally are not in market wii'le millers Insist on the
lower pries; speculators offer $1 12 for Ko. 1 Mil
watikle Club, and l 10 for Mo. 1 Chicago spring.
Hyeia quite dull: sales of l.Mio bushels at 85c. liariky
is firmer and in fair demand: sules of 17,01X1 bushels
at 83(,oi5c. for Canada kast. Corn is a tliaiis firmer:
sales of H.oitti bushels at tKSjfl 01 for red and Jersey
yellow. Oats are buoyaut at 44grl3c, for tilate, W est
ein and Canadian.
Whisky is heavy and lower: sales of 4U0 barrel at
27)(aijo. chiedy at the Inside prioe.
Pork is heavy and lower: sales of 3,400 barrels at
SIS UsftSI 3u for mi ss, and Sin HK$ll for prime,
lii't'f isstrady: saleaof SOO brls. tt$4(i4 it for country
prime; !.'$" ii for do. mess; fctiso 10 frr repacked
mess. Beef Hauls are quiet: salts of 100 brls. vtestam
at ?15(ilit lit prime. Moss beef is nominal. Cut
Meats are scarce, and ?iiioi at 8c. for Shoulders and
'."'to. for Hums Bttcou Is quiet at l(ic aud bagged
llama sold at I lo. Lard is dull and heavy: sales of
330 brls. atlOXtgllHo.
Butter is in good request at 10S(JJ18o. for Ohio,
and lt2lo. for State. Cheese more active.
Cottou steady: sales of 2, 310 hales,
Linseed Oil heavy at M(a.'7c.
Tobacco active: sales 2uo hhds. Kentucky at Hi
(31 2c.
Tallow firmer: sales of 300,000 lbs. at lOHffillo.
Wool firm: salts 75,000 lbs. fleece at tuutisoa,, aad
1 O.Oiri I bs. do. at 3ni0c.
Hugar steady: Muscovado atilM7Xo.
WILLIAMS-Sales-reoms Nos. ii nnd 14 East
Third-sireet.-Ou SATURDAY MuKNI.sW. Octo
ber 24, at V o'clock, a general assortment of Dry and
t ancy Goods, Olotnlug, Cutlery, Watches, Ouns, .to.
Ac V3)i o'clock New and aocuad-haud s'liinlture.,
Curpwis, Bedding, titores, Ac.
ALSO A general stock of a Bakery Corjosrn
Cbunters. shelving. Fane, Bread-hkM, 4c.
oc2 A. HKLLUUU, Auctioneer.
UitOKS AND STATIONARY, at 2a W.Nt Ifuurih
street, next door to fmlth 4 Nixou'a Hull. -THIS
KViNlNO, October 29, ut 7 o'clock, aitdenry even
ing next week at same Lour. This is btlieveu to bo
one of the largest and liuest ussortinenta of Slantl
itrd Works In every department of Literature, nne
Furaily Bibles, Letter, Cap and Commercial ote
Pupers, Oold Pens, 4o., ever ottered at Anctiou la
this city. The stock ia open for examination and
private sales during tbe day at very low prices.
KELLUGU A WlLLlAiltJ, Auc'rs.
T. K. PRAT i , dalesman. oea9
4 Co. liicelletit Furniture at Auction.-On
MONDAY MultNLtiG, October 31. Will be sold st
Auction, at Ho. 321 West Fourth street, south aide,
uour Smith, the entire Furniture ot a- r.lnny, via :
l'iiHiiOHS.-Mahogauy Chairs, Qo. large Ituckine
Chair, do. Ariu-chslrs, do. suiutl Hewing Chair, do.
Outer-table, do. Pluau Chairs, eo pair Divuna, do.
Tea-poys, set Laguera do., Aiusic-stand, Fire set,
Brussels Carpet, setts ivory Cheas-nieu, throe till
Paiutiugs, Caudelauraa, Wlndow-hltadu, seta Chi
nese Ornaments. Also, Bosewood Piano, Chickling,
maker. OueGermau Flute, with eight sller kayn.
DlNlNd-ttOou. -Sideboard, Walters, Olnirig-table,
Secretary. Bureau, Cane-seat Chairs, Venetian
Blinds, China, lilaas and Stone-ware, 4c.
Chamssus. Bedsteads, Lounge, brewing and oth
er Bureaus, WashHtunds. Carpets, Chuirs, hair and
shuck lUattraasee, tlaniel Oruameuta, 4c.
ALSO Kitchen 1'urniture, a general assortment.
npffl JACOB GKs-FF, Auctioneer.
4 CO.-Lot on Park-street. Positive Sale.
Uit MONDAY Airi'KKNtiUiV, October 31, will be
sold at Auction, at 3s o'clock, on thu premises, a
Lot ou the west side of Park-street, couiuienclng
l.'i t feet south of the Whitewater Canal, and being
M feet by tit feet dorp. Terms of sale SVX) pa) able in
August, i960, without interest i balance In cash.
'It tie good aud sale positive.
JACOB GRAFF, Auctioneer.
oc No. 18 Baat Fourtb-Btrset.
X. 4 CO. -3 5 Casks Huperior Clear and lllbbid
Hide Meat at Auction Br order of Underwriters.
OuMOJDAy. MORNING, October 31, at 10 o'clock,
it tho Pork-house of OeorRe Lane, Nos. 23 and IS
Kast ollaiui CaDul-street.ono door woat of Hycamore
etreet, 36 casks Side olout,Bligbtly damaged by water
on steamboat " Camuridgo."
oc2 H. 8. MlLfS A CO., Auctioneers.
4 CO.-Ls.rge S.ile of Furnitur.-Wlll be sold
at Auction on SATURDAY UOKN1NG, October W,
it o'clock, at our store. No. IS Kai Four! It-street, a
large assortment of Furniture, Stoves, Hhow-caaea,
4c. ALgO A Melodeon.
ocM JACOB GRAFF. Auctioneer.
A CO.-Fural Furs I Fursl-Wlll be sold on
I'CKSDAY, November I, commencing at VH o clock
iu the morning, aud to continue untifall is sold, tbe
Itti'Kest Invoice of Ladies' aud Gentlemen's Fnrs,
it' i ties, 4c, ever offered at auction ia this city.
Among them will be found French and Ntne Mar
ten, f ox, Lynx, Jliuk, German and Russian Hitch
Vi'ttorines, Capee, Cuffs, Muffs, Gloves aud Collars.
ALSO A fine assortuieotof Gentlemen's Genuet,
Raccoon, Wolf and Gray Fox Kobe, with a great
vailety of other articlee in the Fur line.
ttsT The special attention of the ladies and dealers
is 'jailed to this sale. The Fnra arc all new, frees,
aud fashionable. JACOB GBA FF, Austlnnear,
c0 v. io west r uunu-sirwjfc.
BAUD, at Trade Sales-rooms No. 21 West Fifth
etr. et, up-stalrs. Now ftleilicnl Books and Private
Library nt Auct!'i.-Ou HATOKDAY EVENING,
October IN, at 7 o'clock;, will bo sold by catalogue a
valuable collection ol standard medical works lu tbe
various svsiems of practice, with a large private Li
brary, which embraces a variety ol popular and
stttiidsrd works in Literature and oclouco from many
of the beet authors.
N. B.-Catalogues will be published And ths Books
will be opon for examination on Katurday morning.
oc2S-b S. G. HUBBAJiD, Auctioneer.
LIFE mWmH Mill li! V
Office 98 Broadway, New York.
entire profits, pro rata, among its Poller Hold
ers, legal Interest (7 per cent, only) is paid on ill
stock, which may, by Investment, reproduce snout
that amount, tuuvi't eiving the assured ail the ad
vautagos uf the fd I Mutual rtistem, with the
pledge of a Perpetual tlial Block and the added
security that its Board of Diroctors have a Ptrma
pent Moneyed Interest in conducting its affairs with
prudence aud atrict economy.
Us rates are based upi'n the most approved English
tablet of mortality, verified by Aintrlcuu expeiienoe
to the present time.
By the Charter, Dividends to the Assured are to be
declared every five years, and may Le applied to the
reduction of premium, or will be credited upon the
policy, thereby increasing the amount insured.
Parties desiring to Insure will bs furnished with
the society's p .Micatlous, rates, Ac, gratis, upon ap
plication to the Agent. ,- .
Hoi. WILLI -A 0. ALEXANDER, President.
HENRY B. HYDK, Vice President.
GEO. W. PHILLIPS, Actuary.
We, the nntlsrsigned, take pleasure In stating that
"The Equitable Life Assurance Society." of New
York, reprcnentedln this oity by David A.Truax, Ksu.
is entirely worthy the confidence of this cominuniiy,
and that tho combination of the kiiitual and Jolut
block principle as by them presented-render thla
Com pony one of the most ueslrabie for uuuiari In
the country:
Etedman, Carllslo i Bhaw, Stanhopti 8. Rowe,
,1. 8. Cheuoweih Co., 8. b. L'Uommedleu,
Klachli-y, Simpson & Co., 1). W, Corwlu,
Thompson A Taaffs, B, K. ispencer.
3 J West Thlrd-stieet, Basement Masonic Tempi
JOHN H. TA1T, M. 1).,
rfl Evamlnlnr PhysHsn.
varv Rumrlor Havana Cigars: Ko' sale By
vr Bapsnoruava Mc0KAId 0O.,
o- M Kos. ss) ana J West Fourth-street.

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