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WANTED.
. "WANT8," "FOB BALK," "TO LIT," "L08V'
"FOUNI," In til to oqlumn, occupying flve lias
or teas, twbrrmvmfv;tweDty -Ave seats.
WANtBD SITUATION A olerkshlp
as book-keeper or general elrk, or in what
ever capacity he can be useful, in aome manufactur
ing or othar establllshment, by a man of experienced
business habits, at a very moderate salary. Good
inference. Please address P., caro of box 201?, Cin
cinnati postolflce. oc31b'
WANTED A SITUATION Br tv first
class woman, as WET-NCB8B. Can be
teen at No. S5 East Fourth-street. Alio, two Ger
man gir a in on house. Highest wages given. Only
chaste girls need apply. ocSlti
WANTED A SITUATION as PORTER
or SALESMAN In a grocery-etore, whole
tale or retail. Address JOHN, at this office. oc3lb
WANTED A YOUNG MAN, a German
preferred, to ATTEND DAB- one who has a
knowledge of the business. Apply at No. 662 West-crn-row,
oo31b
WANTED) Clerks, salesmen, book-keepers,
porters, bar-keepers, coopers, mechanics,
laborers
ra ana outers, can nno situations at tne raer
i' CferJoiVBcgistiT Office, No. 291 Wost Flflh-
..chants'
Street.
looat-p-j iiaijbj a uu.
WANTED BOARDING By Gentle
man and Lady, in a private family, wbere
there are but few or no other boarders. Address,
with location and terms, Lock Box 394. ocSOk
WANTKD-A GIRL To do the home
work or a small family. Apply at the
grocery-store on the cornor of Milton andWIIson
streets. one square west of Broadway. oc21lb
W'ANTED-HEI.P Clerks. Agents, Me
w w chanics, Walters, Porters, tWriate-drlvers,
Farm-hands, Laborers, fto. Also a Urge number cf
female Servants for city and country. Persona will
ing to make themselves useful may hear of employ
ment by applying at our Agency Office, No. 382 West-ern-row.
foc29-btl A. D. CABHON ft CO.
"VP" ANTED BOARD By a young lady, a
competent musio teacber, In a private fam
ily, where alio could give instructions on piano,
guitar or melodeon as compensation for board. Tne
best reference can be given. Address Miss T. C,
careoi N. K. Kcanan, Daguerreotype Boom, No 6
Fourth-street, Cincinnati, oeitn-gwt
ANTED A DWELLING-HOUSE of
-faavnl film tn aiahf. mnntm. Ifnatiid trnnt at
hub auu uurvu oi DixiL-siTeess. Jient not 10 ex
ceed lino. Any person having such an one can hear
ot a cash tenant by addressing ANDY, Penny Press
office. 0029-b
WANTED A FURNISHED ROOM and
PLAIN BOA BD, by a gentleman and wife,
in a private family. Would not object to distance if
on the line of a street railroad. Address B., this
ctice, statiug terms. oo29-b'
w
ANTED AGENTS and others to call
- - wiu vAiiiiuo iuo curu-iiusaer, gais-iaaieuiiis,
egg-beater, knife-polisher, scissors-sharpeners, and
a variety of other things, first-rate to travel with, at
oc6eoddw No. 8 West Third-street.
DON'T READ THIS.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY,
ANY NUMBER OF
ACTIVE YOUNC MEN
TO engage in circulating by subscription,
some new highly ornamental and entertaining
Books, Maps, Charts, Ac. Men now operating clear
from 821 to SIM per month. Call and examine the
stock and get a descriptive circular, look at testimo
nials of agen ts now opporating, 4c.
Consultation free. Cull soon.
MACK B. BAKNITZ, Publisher,
oc28am 38 W. 4th Street, (up stairs.)
FOB SALE.
FOR SALE RESIDE NCES-A NUMBER
0FFIB8T-CLA8S BEIDENGES, among which
are some of THE VKB.Y BEST in this city, very low
for cash, on easy credits, or in exchange for other
property. If you wish really a fine house call on me.
D P.HULL.
171 Walnut-street, next to the Gibson House.
(ocSletJ
F
OR SALE A HOUSE AND LOT-In
Lndlow. Kr.. five minutes' walk from the
Fifth-street Ferry. The former contains six rooms.
porcnes, goou cistern, so. me Lot is iw leet deep by
CO front. Apply on th e premises, or by letter at this
office. loc29uJ B. B. HABTIGAN.
FOR SALE, LEASE or EXCHANGE for
City Property- Thirty acres of 1MPBOVBD
X AND, suitable for a fruit farm, twelve miles from
Cincinnati, near a ttirnplko and railroad station.
Price Sl,MK, in easy payments. Also a HOUHK and
LOT in Madison, Indiana. Inquire at No. 92 Hop-kins-street.
oc29-b
FOR SALE LEASE AND FIXTURES of
a bakery und grocery stand. Inquire South
west corner uf Front and Pluin-stroets. 0S5aw
F
OR SALE Omnibuses, Peddler Wagons,
spring wagons ana Buggies.
J. K,
PALMKB.
ocl2-ameod
Bunk-street Omnibus Factory,
FOB BENT.
FOR RENT TWELVE FINE LODGING
BUOMS-Ufditreront sizes, in the fourth-story
of Apollo Buildings. Beady for nccupancyon the 1st
of November. Inquire of H. V. BURTON,
oc3lawt Mo. 1 Apollo Bnildlngs, 2d floor.
IjOR RENT A HOUSE In Covington, on
- Philadelphia-street. 2 squares from lower Ferry,
toeing n new House just finished, front and side yards,
hall, Ao. Kent 82UU per year. Apply to
JAMES H. LAWS,
oc314d Ko. 87 Main-street, Cincinnati, 0.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS with
Gas, for Gentlemen, at 201 Third-street, near
Plum. - ocuih
F
OR RENT A GENTEEL RESIDENCE
IN NEWPORT-SIX rooms, kitchen. n.: ten
minutes' walk from tbn ferry. Bent (16 per month.
PosseHbion given on th 20th of November. Inquire
of 1ST ALL ft McMEEKlN, o. 40 West Mecond
Btreot, Cincinnati, Ohio. oc29b
FOR RENT A COMFORTABLE ROOM,
well furnished, without boarding. Apply at
No. ST5 West Third-street. oc29-b
FOR RENT-Two new BRICK HOUSES
on the south side of Laurel-street, below John :
nine rooms, and bath; gas in all the rooms: good
cellars. Price (f.Wpor month. Apply to A. O. TY
liOH, cornor of Walnut and Front, or to HEBB1TI
ft KHMPTON. Laurel and Western-row. oc2lJb
BOABDING.
BOARDING. A Lady and Gentleman, or
two Goutlemen, can have one or two rooms,
with board, in a private (English) family. Address
HENRY, at this oltice, oc2b
BOARDING Several gentlemen can be ac
commodated with board at 181 Broadway, be
tween Filth and Sixth-streets. A seoond-story front
room vacant. Also, accommodation for a few day
boarders. oc29b
LOST.
T 0ST SILVER BOX-Yesterday (Friday)
-SLJ afternoon, near the gate leading into Spring
drove Cemetery, a chased Sliver Box, lined with
gold, containing two Si notes. The finder will be
suitably rewarded by leaving the same at this office.
loo2Ub
ji
KEEPING BOOKS
BY DOUBLE ENTBY-
Will save half the nsnal amount of labor, and is ac
curate and roadily comprehended.
AH Interested in the Science of Accounts are In
vited to call and examine this new method and judge
for themselves.
EVENING SESSION.
The Evening Besilon will commence .
ON NEXT MONDAY EVENING,
sir Day Classes meet as usual.
E. 8. BACON, Principal.
J. H. DOTY, First Assistant. oc28
FURS! c
f ADIES CAN MAKE THEIR 6ELEC
JLi TIONS from a' very choloe stock,
ninnnfactared from New and Well feenaoned
Hklna,
Sxpreesly for our retail trade, comprising all
the styles and grades of Fur woik. a reasonable
prices.
J. C. TOWERS & CO.
HATTBB-8 AND' FCRRIEB8,
No. J49 main-street, .
One door below Fourth,
OC22
THE, PRESS.
MONDAY
-0C70BEA -31
' WANTS! WANTS!!
I yon want e servant, advertise in
'N THE PENMT intESS
Ir yoa want a boast, advertise In
THE PENNY PEES8.
Ir 700 want to sell snything, advertise in
THE PENNY PEE88.
Ir yoa want to boy anything, advertise in
THE PENNY PRESS,
la fact, every want supplied by advertising In
THE PENNY PRESS.
CITY MATTERS.
Nkw Aobnt AppoiNTiD.Mr. fl. M. Stephen
son has been appointed agent on the Cin
cinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad, vice
Charles E. Steele, resigned.
Notice. Mr. Eolliston, who serves our
readers on the route bounded by Fifth and
Seventh, and Main and Western-row, is en
titled to all dues subsequent to Monday, Oc
tober 17. b
Guard Lasoint. A man named Jacob
Bepler was oommitted to jail day before yes
terday by Eiquire Roweiamp, charged with
stealing a four-horse wagon, rained at $45,
from Henry Bondorf, to await a trial at the
next term of the Court of Common Pleas.
Pomck Codbt. The Police Court session on
Saturday last was long-oontinued, bat the
business was very uninteresting. The number
of esses wag thirty-three, but not one of these
oontained a single inoident worthy of a para
graph at ovt hands.
Goods from Auction Don't neglect to read
Charles S. Weatherby's catalogue of oheap
goods for the ooming week. He is constantly
receiving fresh supplies from the New York
sales, purobased by experienced buyers, and is
thereby enabled to offer rare bargains.
Add to Youb Librabiib. To-morrow even
ing S. 0. Hubbard, at the Trade Sale Rooms,
No. 21 West Fifth-Btreet, commence the sale of
Messrs. Truman & Spofford's large and valua
ble oolleotion of miscellaneous books, offering
a rare opportunity to make additions to publio
and private libraries.
Fbish Abbivals. Our lady friends, when
shopping, ought not to forget that Deland,
GoBsage & Cuylor, at No. 74 West Fourth, are
daily receiving new and desirable goods whioh
they are selling at uncommonly low prices.
Their silks, wool dress stuffs, printed flannels,
ladies' cloaks, shawls, &., are of the latest
styles and oan not but please.
BUBOUBV ON ElUHTU STREET. The h0U86
located at No. 10, West .Eighth-street, and
occupied by Duncan McKenzie as a boot and
shoe-store, was feloniously entered bight
before last and robbed of several pairs of
patent-leather boots and oongress gaiters.
The police were immediately informed of the
fact, but as yet no arrrests nave been made.
- Committed on a Chibqi or Perjury.
Frederick Houseman was oommitted to the
County Jail on Saturday last, by Esquire
Rowekamp, in defaultof $500 bail, onacharge
of perjury. The oase in which he stands
oharged is that of John Guttenburger, who was
oharged with shooting at Louis Houseman, on
the 23d of October, which examination took
plaoe before Justioe Bell.
"Ths Abt or Elocution." This is the title
of a new work, which purports to teach the
student the art of reading and speaking in the
best, dearest and most effeotive manner; ex
plaining the various pitches of voice and
qualities of mind in to intelligent and practi
cal a manner that any one oan oomprehend
them without difficulty. An advertisement of
the book will be found in another column.
Unlawful Paikbnitt. Day before vsster-
day, a man named Samuel Rosenthal was ar
raigned before Justioe Bell upon a charge of
: 1 1 : 'i r ii i i , i i. - J i r i
intuit luuieruuuu, wmcu una ueea preierrea
against him by a bright-eyed, Inraelitish
looking girl named Fanny Baum. The Mag
istrate, alter a careful hearing of the case, held
the defendant to bail in the sum of $500,
to answer the charge before the next term, of
the Court of Common Pleas.
Narrow Escape. A man whose name we
were unable to learn, narrowly escaped death,
a tew aays ago, at a nouse on i ront-street.
His friend had a loaded gun in his hand,
which he was in the act of examining, when it
was accidentally discharged. The con touts
struck his hat and tore a hole in the ceiling
through which the body of a man might easily
pass. Had the muzzle of the gun been but an
inch or two lower, his death would have been
absolutely certain.
Murderous Afkbat on Fbont-street. A
difficulty occurred on Saturday night, about
eight o'clock, in a drinking-house on the
corner of Front and Lndlow-streots, between
the bar-keeper, Richard Stoinbaum, and a man
whose same we oould not learn, during whioh
Stelnbaum was dangerously wounded in the
abdomen with a knife. The unknown indi
vidual immediately fled and has notbesn ar
rested. Steinbaum'a injuries are very severe,
and, in oase of inflammation of the abdominal
visoera, will prove fatal.
Fikrck Anti-Adminibtbation Sentiment.
In a recent discourse, the Rev. M, D. Con
way made use of the following fierce anti
Administration sentiment. In speaking of
the late outbreak at Harper's Ferry, the Rev
erend gentleman remarked: "A living dog
is not better than a doad lion, though a
thousand Solomons say so; nor is a living
paltroon better than a dead hero; for who at
this moment would not rather bo Captain
John Brown Old Brown, as he is called
with the gallows starine him in the face, than
that miserable trickster and lilly-livered old
tyrant, at the Federal Capital, haggling with
Governor Wise for the privilege of hanging
that true patriot and martyr?"
Prison, Jail and Hospital. In the City
Prison, at the olose of the week, there were
151 prisoners, (70 of them females,) against
142 the previous week. During the previous
week 24 prisoners were discharged.
In the County Jail there were 8 lunatics; 24
females; 3 on bread and water; 8 on chain
gang; 72 in main jail 131 in all, agaimt 127
the previous week.
At the Commercial Hospital 31 persons were
admitted during the week; 22 discharged; 2
born and 1 died John Benin g. ''
In the Hospital last evening 137 patients
were under treatment, against 127 the previous
week.
At the close of the past week there was but
one case of small-pox In the Pest-house.
Stabbino Affray on Fifth-stbket. About
two o'olock on Sunday morning a row occurred
on Fifth-street, between Race and Elm, which
resulted in one of the parties receiving! five
severo wonnds in th head, neck and baok.
His injuries, although not likely to prove fatal,
will be quite painful for a long time.
We oould not fully learn th particulars of the
fight, but it seems to have involved five or six
persons. While it was in progress, one of
them, named Daniel Peckenbaugh, was as
saulted with a bowie-knife by Charles Ed
Wards, who, after half-killing his opponent,
made his escape. It is tald that E. would
undoubtedly have slain P. but for the fact that
he was aooldently knocked down by a briok,
whioh oaused bim to desist from his murder
ous purpose.
Peckenbaugh, bleeding profusely from half a
dozen wonnds, was taken to the offloe of Dr.
McCarthy, on the oorner of Sixth and College
streets, where . his injuries were attended to
and he made quite as comfortable as was pos
sible nnder the olroumitanoei.
Extraordinary Robbery and Elopement
Extraordinary Robbery and Elopement-The Wife of a Hotel-keeper Robs
Her Husband and Runs Away With
an Ex-Mayor.
The god of marriage never made aohaln
that Cupid oould not break, and ever since the
world began the rosy boy has at his hated
semi-brother laughed. The one is free as air,
and all the law bis votaries care to know is
that of sympathy. His words, his vole, his
acts are tenderness, and this he only uses for
a tie. The other, although npon his brow he
wears a wreath of orange blossoms, and with a
musical voioe entreats migrations into his do
main, bears sternness in bis look and hard
ness in his heart, and binds his followers in
fetters from which they oan , by love alone be
freed. ...
, These enemies to each other are also In some
sort the enemies of man, and both by various
means disturb oftimeB his peace. The methods
and the oircumstances, by and under which
they torture poor humanity seldom reach the
public ear ; for when persons are victimized
even by the gods, they rather ohoose to bear
in silenoe all their wrongs than speak a single
one unto the world. Occasionally, however,
they become too great to bear and then they
oause an elopement or a death, and both of
these make such a vacuum in society that they
cannot long remain unknown.
A month or two ago a man who keeps a
hotel in a city not far from Cincinnati waa
robbed of nearly $500, under peculiar circum
stances. The money waa in gold coin, and
had been placed in such a position in the
house that it could not have been taken but
by some one who was well acquainted with
the premises. His wife was the only person
who could have been aware of its wherea
bouts, and although we know not where it
had been secreted, have been assured that it
was the last place in which a burglar would
have thought of seeking plunder.
The establishment, nowover, was opened
and the money taken. The wife was loudest
and far the most vehement in her expression
of surprise when the robbery-became known,
and although the husband felt satisfied that
some one in the house had committed the
theft, he knew not whom to blame. His wife
had, in appearance, at least, been growing
more and more fond of him daily since she
had been wed, and sympathised with him so
deeply in his misfortune that so single stray
Buspioion entered his puzzled mind that she,
had done it. Still on the alert, and' hoping;
to discover the perpetrator of the felony, timet
passed on, and the matter was as much a,
mystery as before.
A week or two ago she oonoluded to visit
some relatives who reside in Louisvillo, and in
company with the usual amount of traveling
paraphernalia she took passage on the mall
boat for that olty. ' Her husband acootupanied
her to the landing, and their parting waa the
most tender that oould have been oonceived..
Not the addio between "Oilda" and her lover,
or the goodnight of "Romeo" and "Juliet"
was more pathetio, or more reluctant than the
partiDg of our Boniface and his bride.
The day before the lady left her home, how
ever, an Ex-Mayor, whose name we will not
write, had bade bis friends and fsmily "good
by," .for the ostensible purpose of going to
Pittsburg to pnrohase stock. It is not prova
ble be ever reaohed the "smoky olty," for t;wo
days afterward he was seen in Louisville, und
in company with the lady, who her husband
and her friends had thought was visiting her
relatives, he left that oity for the North npon
the train for Lexington.
' Since then the pair have not been seen by
any one who knew them, nor by thoBe to wh om
they should have written, have they been
heard from. The deserted husband first
wrote to Louisville and then visited it; but his
wile could not be found and then he knew that
Love had broken all of Hemyn's chains, and
left him at once penniless and wifeless. , For
the last, just now, he doubtless thanks the
blind but laughing boy, and for the first he
curses alone the fate that married him.
The couple who so suddenly left thoir
homes and familes, but for the double theft,
the Boniface would bid God speed ; but, as it
is, he wishes that every time the truant male
looks into the dark eyes of his lovely but
treacherous wife, he may think of the wrong
they have done him, and than, if they can,
he hopes they may be happy.
Ratber Riot and PERTimur Cobrispond
kncb. Mr. Hezekiah Kiersted, one of the
Third Ward members of the City Counoil, has
a penohant for exposing rasoalities and official
delinquencies. His late enterprise was last
Wednesday night, in soouring around for ar.y
one in public trust who had not rendered full
accounts of his stewardship. On his motion
the City Auditor was direoted to report if the
Gas Tax Collectors or any other eity function
ary were defaulters. Prompt to his duty, per
haps In a spirit of waggery, Mr. Emanuel
Wassenioh, City Auditor, while Sir. K. was
engaged as on of the Investigating 'Committee
within the City Council Chamber, transmitted
to tho author of the resolution a note thus
addressed:
"Hezekiah Kiersted, Eiq In aooordanoe
with your own resolution, I would redpeotfully
request you to report to me the disposition you
have made of $6,500, a warrant for whioh you
received from the City Auditor, as Chairman of
the Committee on Washington Squs.ro.
(Signed,) E. Wasbbnwich."
To which Kiersted replied in short order,
by the swift-footed Sergeant-at-anns the first
whit ohild born in Cincinnati Mr. William
Moody, Esq., who wore for this occasion white
gloves and standing collar. The following is a
revised copy of the epistle, whioh was fragrant
with perfume of cologne, and written in the
highest style of chirographic art: -
"Dear Sir la reply I will here state that
my acoounts are in th hands of the City Clerk,
which you are at liberty to examine at your
pleasure. With due respect and high regard,
I subsoribe myself your obedient servant,
"H. KIERSTED"
Proceedings or the Countt Commissioners.
At the session of the County Commissioners, on
Saturday morning, orders were passed for an
aggregate amount of $6,068 05, of . whioh
$4,000 were to Wesley M. Cameron, on ao
oount, for labor and material on the Carthage
Lunatio Asylum; $200 to Eepaoh & Brother,
for twenty-five iron bedsteads for same; $205
to 0. W. Bunker, for house-cleaning, excavs
tions, &o., at same; $399 to John Goodrich, In
full, for superstructure of Duok Creek Bridge;
$292 50 to same, for superstructure of Dry Run
Bridge, in'Anderson Township; $225 far one
week's services of Court-house employei; $200
to John Dorsey, on aooouut, for sewer on Car
thage Road, and $331 67 to Martin Barwiok,
in full, for masonry on Roll Road Bridge, in
Milloreek Township.
They also awarded the oon tract for ereoting
the superstructure of a bridge over Sycamore
Creek, in Syoamore Township, to John F.
Johnston, at $6 80 per foot lineal, and for ma
sonry to Wm. Love, at $2 10 per peroh.
The following prisoners were discharged for
want of means to pay the fines and oosts
charged against them: Peter Kelly, Thomas
Adams, John L. Johnston, Winifred Mills and
James O'Neil.
MlTEOROLOOtOAL OBSERVATIONS For the
Penny Preu, by Henry Ware, Optioian, No. 7
F n 11. L
yv est r otmn-streoi. .
October 29, 1SS.
Thermometer.
38
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49
October X, 1SW.
38
44
42
Barometer.
M 64
7 A. M..
II M.......
P. At...
7 A. M,.
13 SI
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...2H67
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Cincinnati Trottino Paik. There will be
a match-race at the Cincinnati Trotting Park
on Tuesday afternoon, at three o'clock, for a
purse of three hundred dollars, between "Ten
Broeck," of Chicago, and Higdon's and Dun
ham's gray horse. Mile-heats, best three in
five.? "Ten Broeck" goes to wagon, and the
gray horse to harness. Arrangemens will be
made with the street railroads and omnibuses
to convey passengers to the Park.
r-The "Sohool of Design" of the Me
chanics' Institute opens to-morrow night. See
advertisement.
AMUSEMENTS.
Wood's Tbsater Clooo and Sunshixs.
Mr. James B. Anderson during the past week has
played one of the most tuccnafiil eniiagemvtils we
rennrnber tohvewitDesed In this cilv. Hit reper
toire contains llissreatestdraroariorratlnhsrif ai.v
at;-, and in their representation h Wilms lo bis aid
a larg experience a an actor, a tine v,lo excellently
mwlulaled, and a correct and juet api reriation of the
character he purtrass. With these .ivwlltlcs it is not
at all strange that he succeeds in uwliti orowding
the theater. .
Tu-uight ha appears In the double sharactfr of au
thoranil (layer, and will now nttract, II poslle, still
more largely. Cioon ani Sondhise, a play which
bns been long In preparation and will doubl'ras be
put upon the stage-as tt has been done under his
ows supervision with care and taste. Agnes Klin
worthy will als appear, and with this triple at
traction the Theater will of course be crowded.
COVINGTON NEWS.
Sals or the Kentucky Otman. Ritimm
Confirmed. As we had anticipated, the sale of
,L1 1 f ..... - .
mis roan was oosurmea on Saturday last. After
theiCourthad assembled, W. A. Dudly, Esq., the
Commissioner who annduntar r.hia mul.
report, setting forth that the real purchaser of
, V . - J n r, t . .....
uie ivau was a. o. uowier, esq.; mat tne
amount of money required had been deposited,
and that th bonds for the subsequent pay
ments had been satisfactorily made, and signed
by R. B. Bowler, Thos. D. Carneal, Wm. H.
Gedge, John T. Levis, John P. Winston, B.
W. Foley, Lewis Collins, JameB G. Gedge, C.
B. Sanford, H. S. Reynolds. The bond was
conditioned for the paymont of $78,700 in sis
months, th sams amount in twelve, and also
In eighteen months, making in all $235,100.
After the report was filed, Mr. Fisk, repre
senting the City of Covington, and probably
other stock holders, filed the following excep
tions to the sale:
" 1. The judgment ordering the sale is con
trary to law; and void.
" 2. The judgmont ordoring the sale is in
equitable, and the sale was not necessary for
the payment of the debts when they became
due.
" 3. Because W. H. Gedge, the ostensible
bidder, and R. B. Bowler, the actual bidder,
were, at the time of the sale, directors of the
company, and in the matter of the said sale,
acting against the direct interest and ex
pressed withes ef the stockholders, and they
purchased for their independent benefit.
" 4. Because the said road sold for not
more than one-half its actual oost and pres
ent value.
. " 5. Because the sale was not made in ac
cordance with the judgment."
Mr. Fisk argued the case at some length,
but his arguments were overruled by Judge
Goodloe, who stated that he did not feel em
powered to postpone the proceedings, unless
he could be assured that the road would sell
for a much larger sura than had been named.
He thought this would not be the case, and
therefore directed the clerk to enter the fol
lowing order :
"Wintlow, Trustee, do., vt. The Covington and
Lexington Railroad Company it al. This ao
tion having been heard on exceptions to the
Commissioner's report, this day returned, it is
now ordered and adjudged that the exceptions
be overruled, and the report of sale be ap
proved and confirmed. But so much of said re
port as treats of other matter than the sale is
not now acted on, but reserved for further ad
judication. "Farther time is allowed until the first day of
next January for the deposit of incom bonds
sold before the 16th of July, 1855, and the
same time is allowed to holders of said bonds
to offer additional proof of the sal of their
bonds before that day.
"It it ordered that the Commissioner ascer
tain from proof to be offered him the expense
and reasonable compensation of the Trustee,
James Winslow, and tor his counsel fees herein;
also, the reasonable fee of the attorney ap
pointed for th Trustee of the First Mortgage,
and report to the Court at its next term, the
Commissioner to file his report with the Clerk
by the 10th day of January next.
"It is ordered that the Commissioner pay oat
of money in hit hands the bill of printer for
advertising the sale, 4c, as returned with his
report; that be refund to R. B. Bolwer the
$20,000 deposited to teeure a compliance with
the terms of sale, and that a partial allowance
of $1,000 be now made the Commissioner for
bis services."
Tbe case, we understand, will be taken
befow the Court of Appeals, on the ground
tha' the purchasers were directors, and ocn
seqnently, as trustees for the stock-holders,
had no right to purchase tbe road. The gen
eral opinion, however, is that the stock is lost
to the stock-holderi forever.
Abrsst or Anothsb Burglar. On Friday
last, three juvenile burglars, Thomas Findlay,
Pat. Nolan and Cre. Roach, implicated in the
robbery of Mrs. Boyles's confectionery estab
lishment, on Fifth-street, were arrested in Cin
cinnati and conveyed to this city. The eldest
of the parties docs not exceed twenty years of
age, and the others were much his juniors.
Night before last, another, named John Caro,
was arrested, in this oity, for the same offense,
by officer Riff, and he, too, is a mere youth.
The four will probably have a bearing to-day.
Sanfobd-stbeet. The grading on this street
is about completed, and workmen will com
mence Macadamizing it immediately. This
improvement materially enhances tho beauty
of this part of the olty, beaide adding to the
convenience of the traveling public.
NEWPORT NEWS.
l?,,.a J5oW"NO. news-tlealer, York -street, op
posite Odd Fellows' Hall, is agent lor tbe Peknt
Patst In Newport. All ordors left with him will
meet with prompt attention.
Destruction or the Fbci South Nswg
FAPiR. In our issue of Saturday morning, we
noticed an attack upon and partial destruction
of the type and press of the Fret South, and a
peremptory notice to its proprietor to cease its
publication, and remove the printing material
to Cinoinnatl, within fifteen days.
On Saturday morning a meeting was held at
the house of Colonel Jones, when it was agreed
that a publio meeting should be oonvened at
the Court-house, at throe o'clock P. M., to
discuss the propriety of permitting a continu
ance of the Free South, and handbills an
nouncing the faot were posted up in all parts
of the city. At three o'olook the bells were
rung, and a great number assembled at tho
Court-house, who organised themselves into a
meeting, by tbe appointment of Mnjor J. R.
Hallam President, and C. W. Kavenaugh
Seoretary.
Colonel Jones offered a series of resolutions,
denouncing th Free South as an incendiary
sheet, but reoommending non-action at that
time. Th Colonel advocated his resolutions,
and was supported by Mr. Anderson. They
were opposed by Messrs. Edwards and Hallam.
Joseph A. Piner, Esq , moved to strike out
that portion of th resolutions reoommending
non-action, whioh was oarried by a large ma
jority. The resolutions were then adopted
unanimously. Tbe meeting then adjourned to
meet In front of the office of the Free South,
which it did in a few minutes afterward.
Mr. Baily had received some intimation of
what he might expect, and had fastened the
doors. Appearing at one of the windows, he
remonstrated against tho proceeding with
much warmth, when the crowd broke open
the door and entered the office. .
The greater part of the type and the two
presses were then loaded in wagons, which
were driven to the ferry-boat. A large por
tion of the material was taken to Cincinnati,
the remainder was thrown in tbe river, elter
which a vigilance oommittea was appointed
for the purpose of preventing the re-iasue of
the Free South at any future period.
A Countryman in Tboubli. A young man
named Troutman, who is in the habit of vis
iting this city for the purpose of disposing of
sundry vegetables, on Saturday morning last,
having the fear of the cold weather, rather
than the police before his eyes, imbibed so
much of the ardent on his way hither, that he
wandered about the streets' about two o'clock,
making the most hideous noises, and disturb
ing thesleep that had fallen upon our citizens.
Finally he found his way to a saloon, upon
the door of which he commenced an assault,
which he continued until driven away by the
proprietor. His fun, however, was not ap
preciated, and he was arrested and fined
$5 and costs in the Police Court, for , his
untimely demonstrations.
LAW REPORT.
HAMILTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.
W. Wax niw vs. Starbock & Co. This
Libil BtriT. Tb'icUmlngai'guiurut for tha plaintiff
mails by Judite Jni.a.mn,whi, occupied the en
tire forenoon, and apH.loulz.fi fur the length of bis
remarks by statii.g mat Uh had -ix hours of plauslhla
and somewhat sophistical argumeuta on the other
aide lo reply to.
Judge Gholson oharged the jury at considerable
length. He ins; meted thetn that the publication of
the articles made out a prima facie case of libel. If
the charites .contained In these were austaiued bv
facts, then they were jmtiiisble; if thy were not
niaHe out, and they lefc n sting unpruved to the at
Tfl? . o'turj"p- then tliero waa nojustiBcition.
It they bellevfthey contained a covert, ironioul In
lerencB thut the puiulitT waa not carrylnir on an
Koueat and laborious struggle," but the reverse,
that chargo would he libelous The plaintiff had
seen fit not t. insert in his petition the whole, but
oulyapartofihese publications, but tho jury should
consider the entire publication, in order to have an
uiiderswiidiDgof the parts that are In the petition,
and In view of the Intent and disposition by which
the defendants were governed la making tha publi
cation. If.accordlng- to these views, there had been either
no libelous publication at all; that tbe articles con
tained noi'alse statement, which could be reaarded
as libelous; that the defendants bad aatisfled them
that there was no malice, and that the statements
were substantially true, the inquiry could not pro
ceed further, and a verdict must be returned for the
defendants. Hut If they were satisfied, on tli- con.
trary, there was actum malice, and the defendants
failed to prove In whole or in part the charges in the
publication, there must be a verdict for tbe plaintiff
to some amount of damages the actual or precis
amount resting in the discretion of the jury, who
wore not to act arbitrarily or capriciously, but as
reasonable men. In view or the circumstances of the
case aud Ihe conduct ot the parties.
Under the latter view of tha case, the plaintiff
would be euti'led to compensation fur actual loss or
damage sustained, which could be the subject of ac
tual compulation; alto to compensation for Injury to
his feeling but as to this, there was no precise mea
sure, and their discretion must be applied under all
tbe circumstances, and particularly the conduct of
the plaintilf himself is to bo regarded. The law al
lows, but by no means enjoins, the rendering of vin
dictive or puuitivo damages. Bvtbre the dffendauts
could be subjected to tlie latter, there must have been
a cotiscloim violation of thB rights of the plaintiff;
bociiuie it these defendants, under a mistaken n. nne
ot their own rights, or under some state of circum
stances that would ehow that what thev did waa
without any intention to Injure tho plaintiff, or that
tboy were not guilty of any evil intent or disregard
to the rights of their neighbor, then it would not be
a proper subject ol punishment, and the jury should
be content to give a verdict to compensate the plain
tiff, without proceeding to punloh the defendants.
In that branch of tho Inquiry, the conduct of both
parties, in reference to the subject-matter, should be
scrutinized.
The Jury retired at half-past twelve o'clock, and
after a deliberation of about lour hours, returned
with a verdict for plaintiff and one cent damages.
SUPERIOR COURT.
Th Tbust Died Alliqid to bs Kxscutid
bt Captain J. B. OUMMojts.-Ths testimony pro.
ceeded In this case (heretofore reported) before
Judge Storer.
Mr. McCammon resumed his testimony. For sev
eral days before his death Captain 8. spoke to him on
the subject of arranging the disposition of his prop
erty; on the day the truit deed was executed witneis
told him it was prepared according to his wishes,
aud decoased, without any hesitancy, took his pen
and made hs mark; his will waa executed about
three Quarters of an hour afterward; did not heir
tlaptaln S. say what his persoual property ws worth;
he had ninety odd shares in the Louisvillo Mull Line,
worth, he said, about one hundred end thirtydollara
a share; stock in the Little Miami Railroad Com
pany, to the amount of ait or seven thuand dollars;
stock In the Memphis and New Orleans facket Com
puny, andsome Burnet House stock.
He left no books, and was so careless about his
business that be did nut know the fact of his onir g
h one thousand dollar- bond of Ihe Little Miami
Railroad Uwnpanv. Witneis supposed his personal
property waa worth about fifteen or twenty thousand
dollars. Xhedeeessed thuught it very bard of his
wife going away with his duughtcr (when the latter
lelt under clrciinistaucns which were matters uf
publio noterioty:) but witness stated ibut on former
occasions he had noticed that Mrs. 8. was a kind
wile, and must attentive in caaes of sickness.
Mrs. summons explained the circumstances under
which she left. It was fur tho purpoBeof bringibg
her daughter home from Uacine.
The Court took the case under advlsement-
2TSoe the list of new books advertised by
Rickey, Mallory Sc Co. Tbe long nights, so
suggestive of fireside reading, hare oome, and
so, also, many new and entertaining publica
tions, which are to be found on the shelves of
the above mentioned firm.
iZSfTJ. A. Patterson, Nos. 115 Main and
179 Walnut-street, has just received per
steamer Aurora, 38,000 Havana Cigais, all
o'loice brands, consisting of Conchas, El Sols,
London Regalias, Flor Habana and Quest.
pT At Peaso A Co's, Sixth-street, east of
Walnut, can be had Nos. 47 and 48 of the
Mimical Friend, which is issued weekly at
ten cents, Also, all the new weeklies and
monthleys.
HOME INTEREST.
p3 A. A. Eyster, Clooks, Watches and
Jewelry, Nos. 841 and 271 Western-row. .
Caguerrean Gallery, south-wost cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Eannaford's
drug-store. Pictures taken and put in good cases
for twenty cents. Warranted to pleue.
JEST" Bloom's Photographs, Melalnotypes,
Ambrotypes cannot be excelled la beauty of art In
the city. Prices moderate at the Central Gallery,
cornor of Fifth and Western. row.
Monetary and Commercial.
ThelUonnlarymarket (closed active on Saturday,
showimran improved condition and an increased
case over tLe previous week. Currency waa more
abundant with the Bankers than on the S2d ult., and
Ions (lllllmlt of obtainm nt, though still scarce and
iuailcquuto to the public requirement.
Tlie Discount houros were furnishing first-class
customers a lair amount ol Accommodation at 111(0112
rurcent. throughout Ihe week, and extending their
iues moderately. Tlie financial pressure nollced
week befuro last appears to be at on end, but u close
ness in Money Is still experienced. Bankers, how
ever, do not look for any noticeable stingency until
tlie packing season has fully opened.
Eastern Exchange on Saturday was firm and fairly
active, at H buyingand 4a premium selllngrate, with
largor sales than ure usual on that day.
In St. Louis, Eastern Exchange Is sold "at H, and
In Chicago nt m premium.
In Gold and Uncurreut Money there was no change
on Saturday. Mi8ourl selling at 4,and Iowa, Illi
nois and Wisconslou at Ui discount.
New Orleans Exchange was duller and lower at tbe
closoofthe week, dealers refusing to buy better than
Jt discount, and being willing to draw at M premium,
though some parties still asked H.
The receipts of Produce during the twenty-four
hours ending Saturday noon were as follows:
Flonr, brls 3 sgj
Whisky, brls 74
Corn, bushels 8.9M
Whoat " 32,100
Oats 8 044
Barley " l,ju
The Wheat Includes one week's receipts 18,314
uiiButjiR uy iiiu i.ovingiuu auu Lexington rtauroaa.
Fridays New York Times, under date of Thursday
evenlug, has tbe following :
"In the rates of discount on prime Paper to-day we
hear of transactions as low as SH i cent, for 4(T66
months' lists, aud Ci'd cent, for 30HO-day accen t
ancH. This is a decline of X f4 cent, iu the value of
Money employed by outside landers in mercantile
bills, corresponding with the reduced tonus made to
the Stock Brokers on temporary loans. It Is under
stood that some of the heavy Banks In the street,
whise regular dealers do not keep their linea full,
are taking paper outside on the terms just quoted,
though 7 cont. is the general rule at Bank.
"The exchanges ure not yet active for this oppor
tunity, and promise to be only in moderate demand.
On London the standard drawers are UOHCojUuM ;
Southern bills, HNVAUO.
"The forgeries w hich have come lo light to-day
on the Corn Exchange Bank lor $4,300. and the
Nassau Bank for 83 000, are equally bold and
successful, executed by the same means, and proba
bly by tbe same party. In the case of the Corn Ex
Change, the check wasouce refused, the account of
the drawer not being good for the amount, and wna
a second time presented, the holder being a stranger,
bnt the indorreiuout being certified "correct" by the
doubly forged name sf the drawer, nod then paid. In
tbe case of the Nassau Bank, tbe check was paid on
first presentation, the .ignature being twice forged,
on the face and on tbe back, as in the othor instance.
The form snd style of the checks answered to tbe
genuine check -booka ot the parties forged npon."
Cincinnati Produce Market.
SATURDAY EVENING, October 29, 1859.
FLOUR Tie market continues' dull and thede
mand quite I miied. The sales to-day nem unim
portant, and ii 'l not exceed liisi brls. at $4 !0i&4 en for
sunerhne. and mm for exlra. 3,282 bile, were re
ceived tho lasi twenty-four hours.
WHISKY lite market was dull to-day, without
change. 'Ihe sales were 1100 brls. at 2W23)so., the
latter rate for wagon.
PttOVlSIOl'H There was a good demand for mass
Pork to-day, v 1th sales of 1,000 brls. at $13 76. The
demand lach'etly lor shipmeut to the East. Bacon
unchanged: small sales of Miles at )c. Nothing
done In Lard, bulk Meat, or Bacon Shoulders,
ui u a saie oi m oarreis Linseed at 66c,
GltOCEKlES An improved damanii far R,,
with sales of SO hhds. at VA1o. Molasses steady
at 400. Coffee unchanged aud selling at lljtfliulilsc.
WHEAT -The market Is dull and unsettled:
holders are asking Si 16! Is for prime white, and
81 08($1 10 for prime red: sales of 800 bushels oholoe
white, deliver. d, at 81 18,
COBN The market is firm, with a moderate de
mand, at 4043c. : sales of 6110 bushels at 40c.
OATS-Tho market is tirin, with a good demand,
and prices are steady: sales of l,IJO bushels in bulk
at4ac. ,
BARLEY The market Is dull and prices un
chanited: sales of too bushels prims fall at 600.
UYE There is a good dmaad,aad the market II
Arm ata0(flt?tt- . . .
Steamboat Register.
Anmu.-Denmark, Portsmouth; Boston, touts
vlllej Melrose, Maysville: Prioress, Madison; Dun
lelth, .Neville; Virginia llomo, Neville.
Departures Denmark, Portsmouth; Boston, I,ou
Isvilla; Melrose, Majsvillo; Pomeroy, Pomeroy; W.
I. Maolay, Bt, Louts: Prioress, Madison; Virginia
Home, Neville; Dunleith, Neville. .. ,
:
I
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AUCTION SALES.,'
AUCTION SALE BY H. 8. MILES
4 ., No. 33 Maln-atreot-Boots, shoes, Gro
ceries, Glaiiwar. Wrapping I'aper, Liquors. Ac .t
Auctlor..-V, M aell on TUESDAT JI0BK150.
November!, at 9 o'clock, a general variety of siaple
(.rocorlea, Glassware, Wrapplogfaper, Boots, Bluwa,
A I SO B y order Or nnderwrlters. from steamer
I'ainlirirlBi', J.X) cnl Cottun, Cordaiie, Uiteae, Sour,
L'a tidies, jr. (neap H, k. M ILK, anclionsers. 7 -
UCTIO ST HAL V..BY 8. O. HUB- !
X&. BARD, at Trade 8le-noni, Kn. 21 West Firth- "
street, up sralrs Assl;nera saleof Bonks at Auction
hvi.nbr of f.'ourt. On TUVfiY. WKDNEBHAY. 3
TIllllSDAY anil FRIDAY EVENINO.S, November
1, 3 and 3. at 7 o'rlock, will be sjld for and nu ac
count of 8mul It. Key. Esq., assignee of Messrs.
Truman ft Hpoffnrd.a lirg- and valuubleeollection of .
lni.cellanooQS Books, comprising many popular and
standard works in Theology, History, Biography,
Travels, Literature, Science and Art, Agriculture,
Horticulture, Natural Hi-tory, c. Booksellers and
collectors Inr publio and private libraries will fled la '
this sale a favorable opportuol v to make good aeleo
tionaat low prices.
N. B. Books will be open for examination on
Tuesday morning. Terms rash.
ocaie B. O. HUBBABD, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE. BY THOMAS
JOHNSTON. In Sales-rooms, No.W Main-street,
(next to Trust Company Bank). extensive and
Valuable Block of Dry Goods. Hoots. Shoe, flats.
Caps, tc., at Auction -On TUESDAY HOBNIdG,
Morember 1, commencing at 9H o'clock, will be sold,
without resetvi, 330 lots of seasonable Dry Goods,
among which are many staple goods.
ALtlO-Stuck of Merchant Tailors' and Clothiers
Goods, fins Linen and Cntton Shirts, fine Undershirts
and Drawers, Cravats, Velvets, Barges, to.
A LSU 17S cases Boots, Shoes, Brogans; Woman's,
.Hisses' and Chidren's Shots, Gaiters, (Jongreea Boots,
,c, with caws of Hats, Uaps, Ac.
ALSO On WEDNESDAY MORNING, November
at)i o'clock, Assignee's sals of the eutlre stock of
a Dry Goods Jobbing House, comprising a valuable
nssortmtnt, with on Inn Safe.
ALS.U On THURSDAY MOHNING, November t,
at 9.' o'clock, ut Mtoro-rooms In us. bi and 87 front
xiroot, Assignee's ealo of tho Block of tho lata arm of
Holmes it Conwell.
oc31 THU.MA3 JOHNSTON, Auctioneer. .. .
AUCTION SALE. By JACOB OKAFF
ft Co. Excellent Furniture at Auctlon.-On
MONDAY MOUN1NO, October SI. Will be sold at
Auction, at No. 321 West Fourth street, south side,
near Smith, the entire Furniture of a family, vis :
I'AHLoas.-Alahogany Chairs, do. .large Booking
iniair, uo, Ariu-ouaira, on, small aewmg uaair. ao.
renter-table, do. Hush Chairs, do pair Divans, do.
Tea-poys, set Laguera do., tiuslc-stani, firs-set,
Itrusseis Carnet. seta ivory (Iheas.men. tama 4,i
Palutlugs, Candelabra, Window-shades, sets Chi
nee Ornaments. Also, Bono wood Piano, Chlckrlng,
maker. One Germati Flute, with eight ail ler keys.
DiNiMO-aooH.-Sldeboard, Waiters, Dinlng-table,
Secretary. Bureau, Oana-seat Chairs, Venetian
llliuds, China, Olass and Stone-ware, 4c.
Chambers. Bedsteada, Lounge, Dressing and oth
r Bureaus, Wasbstauds, Carpets, Chairs, hair and
shuck Mattresses, JUantel Ornaments, ate.
A LbI Kitchen Furniture, a general assortment.
oc JMJOB QBaFF. Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE By JACOB GRAFF
A CO.-Lot on Park-street.-Positive Sale.
on MONDAY APrRKOOM. October SI, will ba
sold at Auction, at 3. o'clock, on the premises, a
Lot on the west sloe of Park-street, commencing
H2 feet south of tbe Whitewater Canal, and being .
jo feet by 8S feet ilw p. Terms of sale $500 payable in
August, lr.60, without Interest; balance in cash,
lltleguod und sale positive.
JACOB GRAFF, Auctioneer.
oc No. is East Fourth-street.
AUCTION SALE. BY II. S. MILES
i C0.-:5 Casks Superior Clear and nibbed
iilile Meat at Auction Bv order of Underwriters.
UnJUuMDAY tloUMNG, October 31 , at 10 o'clock,
at tbe Pork-honso of George Lane, No. 23 and JO
East SI lami Oanal-street, one door west of Sycauiore
etreet, & casks Side Heat, sllgutly damaged by water
un steamboat "Catnurioue."
ucw 11. d. MILeS A CO., Auctioneers.
A UCTiON SALE BY JACOB GRAFF
xm. & CO.-FursI Futsl Furs l-W ill be sold on
TUKMfiAY, November 1, commencing at tH 0 clock
in the morning, and to contluue untilall is sold, tbe
largest invoice of Ladles' aud Gentlemen's Furs,
Kobes, ic, ever offered at auciion la this eity.
Among Iheai will be found French and Mtone Mar
ten, s'ox, Lynx, Blink, German aud Bussian Fitch
Victorines, Caves, Cuffs, At litis. Gloves and Collars.
ALSO-A hue assortment of Gentlemen's Gennet,
Raccoon, olf and Gray Fox Kubes, with a great
vm loty of other articles In the Fur line.
I be special attention of the ladies and dealers
Is calhd to this sale. The Furs arc all new, fresh
and fashionable. JACtiB GKAFF, Auctioneer,
ixJi No. IS West Fourth-street.
THE EQUITABLE
LIFE ASSlilUME SOCIETY
CF IHE UNITED STATES,
(PUBBLY MUTCiL.)
Olfico OS Broadway, New York.
THIS COMPANY DIVIDES THE
entire profits, pro rata, among its Policy Hold
ers, legal Interest (7 per cent, only) is paid 00 its
stock, which may, by investment, reproduce about
that amount, thu'iiy tiring the asmned all tbe ad
vantages of the tu 1 Mutual System, with tbe
pledge of a Perpetual. i-riinl Stock aud the added
security that Its board ot Directors have a Perma
nent Moneyed Interest In conducting its affairs with
prudence and strict economy,
I ts rates are based npon the most approved English
tables of mortality, verified by American experience
to the present time. ,
By the Charter, Dividends to tbe Assured are to be
declared every Sve years, and may be applied to the
reduction of premium, or will be credited upon the
policy, thereby increasing the amouut insured.
Parties dsiriug to insure will be furnished with
the Society's publications, rates, Ac, gratis, upon ap
plication to the Agent. , . .
Hon. WIL blast 0. ALEXANDER, President.
HENRY B. HYDK. Vice President.
EuWAIiDP. WILLIAVJ8, Secretary.
GEO. W . PHILLIPS, Actuary. , '
LOCAt, BOARD OF BEHBINOI TOl OINOINlf ATI.
We, t he nnderslgned, take pleasure in stating that
"The Bcjultable Life Assurance Society." of New
York .represented In this c tv by David A, Trvax, Esq.,
is entirely worthy the confidence of this community,
and that the combination of the Mutual and Joint
Stock principle as by them presented-render this
Company one of the most uealrabie for insurers in
tho country:
Rtedmnn, Carlisle A Shaw, Stanhope 8. Bows,
J. 3. Cbeneweih & Co., 8. 8. L'Hommedieu,
Blacbley, Simpson ft Co., V. W. Corwlii,
Thompson A Taaffe, . H. G. Spencer.
DAVID A. TRUAX, Agent,
3'JWest Third-street, Basement Masonio Tempi
JOHN H. TAIT, M. P.,
ocll Uiamlnlng Physician.
ATTENTION, BUILDERS!
Th.W. Farrin&Co,
HAVE ESTABLISHED THB TACT
that they are selling lumber at their yard oa
b'reeman-street, next to Cincinnati, Hamilton and
Dayton Bailroad, . .
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Dealers in the oity.
"Quick Sales and Small Profits"
18 THKIB MOTTO.
They submit the following list of prices:
Cash, 4 Mo's.
Clear inmlier.all thloknesses, 1 In. mess $-.7 50 14
Best Common, S and S inch Plank...... 38 00 an 0
Best " 1 inch Bord..... 23 76 29 04
Second " all tblckuesies...... 16 M 17 It
Third " ' Boards ....... 11 90 12 9i
Grub Plank, face measure............ 22 90 29 0
Hemlock Joist. Scantling and Timber. 11 90 11 M
Poplar " ' " " H 50 14 00
First Common Flooring Boards........ 85 00 87 90
Hecond " " " . 23 78 29 0
Third " ' ' .... 19 50 20 0O
First Common Weather Boards....., u 00 17 99
Second " " M.......,.. 12 no IS 09
Cedar Posts, 4 by 4, 8 feet, per hundred. 00 so 09
Cedar " for fencing, " " , 80 00 83 S
Locnst " " ' 20 00 90
' A further redaction of 2H per oent. will be made on
bills of J.VH1 or more. .
We have one of the largest and best selected stocks
of Lnmber In the Cincinnati market, which wa offer
for sale at. the above prices.
THOS. W. FARRIN&CO.
ssp23tf
EXTRA WHITS WHEAT FLOUR. I
have just received a lot of tbe very best Flour
ooming to this market. I have been selling ltfor
some time, and It ba gl.en entire satisfaction. De
livered to any part of the city free of charge.
JOHN FKB.GUSON, Grocer,
oc29 Corner Ninth and vine-streets,
o
LD MOCHA AND JAVA COFFEE. A
very Una article iif Mneha and .jn flnffiui. nut
np In 2H-lb. cans by Friebr ft Hyphens, and war-
ranted pure,
JUttH fkhgcson, Grocer.
OC2V
Corner Ninth and VlnMtreets.
Oil) WINE8 AND BRANDIES. t hava
now on hand a stock of fine "Old Liquors,"
not to be surpassed by any in this city, comprising
(Hard, Henessey and other French Brsndies ; Fort,
Sherry, Madeira and Catawba W ines, and some very
Bns old Scotch, Irish and Bourbon whiskies. , ,
' .1 JOHN FEBGCSON, Grocer, ,
oc39 ' " Comer of Ninth and Vine-sireets.
CIGAR S. JUST RECEIVED, 3,i00
very superior Havana Cigars. For sale bv
- a. Mcdonald ft co.,
' 0C24 ' ' Nos. 98 and 240 West Fonrth.street.
M A00 A RON I AND VERMICELLI
Just received, two boxes extra gennlns Italian
Blncoaronl and Vermicelli. For sale by
A Mf,nnh Af.n a m
ooJt 1 ' ' .Hos. 9 and li West Fourth-street.
V? i nl.r.'it : --v 'J 'LJilv' I. J11 f K .i 'i 1 ...

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