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WANTEDir-fllTUATION By a young
man of good address, and wall experienced In
penmanship In the Oerman end English languages.
Addreaa a W , th'e office. no9b
W ANTED A BOY About 16 yean of
vw iisioiinimiHon. riant need appif an
imnoucuwuia nrtiii nuummiDgNi APPIV at no.
M Fifth-street, nob
f ANTED-HOUSE To purchase a small
7. Jrick honseend lot (corner preferred) alto
ted In thenorth-eaatero part of thia citjr, over the
canal. A fair price will be paid. Apply aoon.
. D. P. HULL, 170 Walnnt-etreet,
P" Next to theQIbeon House.
y ANTED TWO R00MS-A gentleman
. end wife wish to rent two rooma In a private
JnnuiT, wimin a aoort dletanoe or tne roaitmce.
'artly fornlsbed preferred. Addreas B. at thlso.Uce,
stating teraia. novb
T17"A.mD EMPLOYMENT An En
" ' gineer wanta employment to run or take
vimi-gem machinery; unuerataaus uis Dimness wen,
FOB SALE LOT No. 7 Pleaaant-itroet,
20 by an feet to an alley, with frame cottage con
talnlui 8 rooma. Apply at No. 40 Graut-etrwt,
widow woman to take charge of the home
work In a amall family; wonld have no objection! to
one child. An American preferred. Inquire at 130
Seorge-atreet, between Western-row and John.
,... lavWI , . ,
WANTED MAN An active young man
with about Saw, aa a partner In a good eaih
business, or a permanent altuatiun wltb a fair salary
will be given, with good aecurity for the loan of the
amount. . Address J. N., box 1,741, postoflice, giving
real name and last employment. nosb
WANTED SITCA TION By a boy 17
yearn old, hat a knowledge of book-keeping
ana business lu general: i-i of steady habits and la
well acquainted In the oil. Beterenee given. Apply
at Mb Western-row, noso
WANTE D H EL P Families wanting
good help, can bo su-ptled at Hra. WAB
NKR'S Intelligence ufllce, No. sod Fifth-street, be
tween Weatern-row and John. Aim two or three
good aewlng glrli wanted at the office. nol.
WANTED CLERKS, AGENTS, ME
cbanies, Hotel-helps, Hen tucd to Horaea,
farm Hands, o. Alao female aervanta for city and
cotiutryin pnblioand private houses; every one 'n
want or employment, may hoar of gool altnatlona by
applying at A. D. C ARSON A CO'S General Inforroa.
tlou Office, No. 831 Western -row, noed
WANTED By two young men, a Fur
nlshed Koom wllh Board, In a reapectable
tjathollo family wbere there are few or no other
boarders. Address T. B. J., at tula office. nob
WANTED GIRL A neat and tidy girl
to do homework In a amall family, German
preferred. Inquire at No. M Uichmoud-stroot.
WANTED Clerks, salesmen, book-keep-w
V era, porters, bar-koopers, coopers, mechanics,
laborers and other, oan find altnatlona at the Mer
chants' Clerks' Registry Office, No. 291 West fifth
Street. noab HALS t CO.
WANTED SHOEMAKERS On wo
men' I1" 'hoes. Also, binders, at No. 46
Twelfth-street, npatalrs, noSb'
SfANTED-A SITUATION-By a young
J woman, to cook, or do gonoral housework.
Good reference given. Inquire at No. 26 Firth,
street, opposite Wl lllam Tell Bestaurant. no-b'
WANTED AGENTS A fewraore active
men as Agents la the sale of a new article.
Agents are averaging IS per day. Call and sea for
yourselves, at 128 Walnut-street, Room No. 1. no7d
TOT-ANTED-SITUATION-By a young
. man of sevon years' experience In mercantile
business, either as assistant book-keeper, salesman,
corresponding clerk, shipping clerk or receiving
clerk. The very beat of cit y refereencoe can be given.
Addiesa MERCHANT'S GLEBE, care of Box 422,
Cincinnati. Ohio. n04tf
DON'T READ THIS.
, ANY NUMBER OF
ACTIVE YOUNG MEN
TO engage in circulating by eubioription,
some new highly ornamental and entertaining
Books, Maps, ''harts, Ac. Men now operating dear
from (3 to f ISO par month. Call and examine the
stock and get a dusorlptlve circular, look at testlmo
n tills of agenta now opperating, Ac
Consultation free. Call soon.
MACK It. BaKNITZ, Publisher,
ooHam 38 W. 4th Btrtiet, (np stairs.)
FOR RENT OR LEASE House No. 180
Broadway, containing seven rooms, bath room
and kitchen hall, and aide entrance; large yard and
two porchea; gas and riitsrea throughout. Inquire
at No. 2W Fonnh-atroet. "ob
FOR KENT A BRICK DWELLING
HO08E Containing six rooma. Terms reason
able. Apply at 3Q2 Race-atreet. no9b
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM One
or two gentlemen can obtain a neatly furnished
sleeping room, without board, In a reepeotable
tamlly, Qaa throughout. Apply at 10a Longworth.
street, near Pimp. Reference required. no9b
OR RENT FOUR ROOMS On Ao-
oommntiatlon. street, near Btnte.jitrAAt. Annlv
toJatnea Shorten, ou north-west corner of Fourth
nnn sycamore-streets, upstmrs. .Kent so per month,
in advance. noa-b
FOR RENT DWELLING A three
story brick Dwelling, on Longworth-street,
wast of Park, No. 82.1. Apply to OAUPBKLL, AL.
LIBON A CO., ill Second-street. no8d
FOR RENT 3 ROOMS On aeoond floor,
No. 211 West Fifth-street. Font SlOper month.
In advance. Apply at J. W. WAKNE'S Hardware
Stove, No. IPs M iln-strent.
BOARDING A gentleman and his wife
or two gentlemen can be accomodated with
hoarding in a private family by applying at No. 181
Btchmond-atreet. Kaferencea exchanged, noib
BOARDING. A gentleman and his wife
can be accommodated with boarding. Alio
room for a tingle gentleman. Apply at Si West
BOARDING A gentleman and wife, or
on or two gentlemen can be accommodated
with boarding and a furnished front room, second
atory, lighted with gaa. Inquire at 71 Ninth-street,
ner Vlim. no8b
T OST DOG A small, black and tan ter
rlen white spot on the breast, A liberal re
ward will be paid by bringing him to the North-west
corner of Main and fifth-streets. noStb'
FOR SALE Omnibuses, Peddler Wagons,
Spring Wagons and Buggies.
, 3. B. PALMER,
. oeU-ameod Bank-stroet Omnibus Factory.
BY DOUBLE ENTRY
Will save half the usual amount of labor, and Is
ourate and readily comprehended. -
All Interested in the Science of Accounts ar
vlled to call and examine thia new method and
for themselves. ( , , , , , . , f
The Iven Ing Besslcn will commence
ON NEXT MONDAY EVENING,
av Say Classes meet aa tuna!.
,. : E. 8. BACON, Principal
s .1. H. PQIfy Wru Aaalatwnt. or.ZSanf
No. 66 West Fourth-street..
ALL THE LATEST AND MOST P0PU
LA B Wnsic rccetied aa aooa aa pnhllehed. noo
'V AC . ' ' OBHS of "
Wood-Work . ng Machinery,
,, AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Carner John and Water: te.,Claruaatl.O.
W M . M , ; DICKSON,
Attorney at Lnir,
Offloa in ftnllalineT No. 6 Boat ThiraVilreet,
The same b ietsfere.ee le tylm. noaVi
Notici. We tako oooailoa again to notify
our patrons living in the diatrlot bounded by
Fifth and Seventh-streets, and Main and Western-row,
not to pay mooejs to any one) but Mr.
RoiMSTOir, the present oarrier, at ho alone Is
entitled to all dust labieqaent to Monday,
Ootober IT. No one else has any right to sub
scriptions duo after that date.
Fob Sah. One-half of the Covington
Route on Pinbt Pbiss, is offered for sale to a
prompt and active oarrier. Apply at Counting-room,
Tub Adams Expbiss Coahy. We are
again under obligations to the Adams Express
Company for late papers in advance of the
mail. Such favors are always appreciated.
NswInbubincc Aobnot Mr. Owen Owent,
jr., late Assistant Secretary of the Fireman's
Insurance Company of this sity, has taken an
Independent position in business, superintend
ing an agency for three companies, whose joint
cash assets he advertises to be over six hund
red thousand dollars. See his card and bis
' Hbatibo and Ybkiilatwo FrjBitACBS. Par
ties in favor of warm roomf, together with
good ventilation, are referred to the adver
tisement of Sawyor A Co., in another column.
It is claimed,tbat they are offering a greatly
improved furnace, two of whioh are immedi
ately to be placed in College building. In
terested parties should not fail to examino
ThbCitizsn's Ihsorabob Commst. Per
sonal character is a good portion of cash oapi
tal in business Col. Isaao C. Copelon, long a
Magistrate in this city, is President of the Clt
lien's Insurance Company, and is known for
fidelity, and reliability. The office will be
found quite accessible in the Life and Trust
Company Building, at the south-west corner of
Main and Third-streets.
Pbocbbdinos o thb Coubtt Commission
BBS. At their regular session yesterday morn
ing, tbe County Commissioners passed orders
amounting In the aggregate to $2,76S, of whioh
$2,125 went to Evans ic Swift for interest on
Lunatio Asylum Bonds, and $600 to John
Horsey for labor on sewer on the Carthage
Road. Apart from this no business of import
ance was transacted.
Thb Latb Explosion at Ingram's Distil
lbbt. Joseph Renogln, the engineer at In
gram's Distillery, who was so badly injured by
the explosion day before yesterday, died of his
injuries at .three o'clock yesterday morning.
Joseph Arnold and Thomas Halpin, who were
also injured, ere still alive, and(will probably
recover, although they suffer Intensely from the
bums inflicted upon them by the scalding
An Equivocal Compliuint. A day or two
sinoe, a merchant on Main-street informed a
bore constantly lounging about his store to his
serious annoyance, that he would make a cap
ital colleotor. Tbe fellow, taking this as a
compliment, ashed him smilingly why he
thought so. " Because," answered the mer
ohant, " you are so ugly and disagreeable that
any man would pay your bill to prevent
you from oalllng a second time."
SlNOOLAB TlSTIMONTOV A PoLICBMAR. A
certain policeman In tbls city, who is more re
markable for his ability to oatoh thieves than
his elegant use of the English language, was
called to the sland before Judge Lowe, a few
days ago, to testify !n regard to the doings of
some parties whom he had assisted to arrest.
He began thus: "Well, you see, me and my
partner were going up there when we found
these fellows Just a raisin' h 1." "Stop,"
Said the iadtre. "w ahonlil ha 1i4 In ,.,
yon cease using suoh langusge, at least in your
testimony." Ho blushed and stammered
.1 L .1 - . I . . .....
uiruugu mnsiory is oesi se could, but is not
yet satisfied that his foptm linguae has not
done something of tha mm. Unrt tth t.im
and his position.
Latv STiaaiMa iimv TT . u. . a
correspondont writing us from Hamilton, But
ler County, Ohio, states that Augustus Hipp,
who was rooently so seriously stabbed in a dif
ficulty with one Lawrence Snyder of that place,
is thought by some to be growing better, al
though he can not conceive it to be possible for
him to recover. His intestines in some places
were almost severed by the knife of Snyder,
and of course apart from this the wounded man
is in irreat danger from Inflamallnn nf tha oh.
Hipp Is well known In this city, and was
highly esteemed by bis associates. He was a
horse-dealer, and mmnt for M. .Tnlin a,,tt,o.
land, of Cincinnati.
Man Skvsbilt Biatxn. A man named
John Betse. In a, drimltAn hrnwl An tti& Vanl.
of the Miami Canal, near the foot of Court-
street, at an early nour yesterday morning,
was so badly beaten that be lay for several
hours unable to move, and was finally picked
up by some persons who happened to be pass
ing that way, and oarrled to his home on
Culvert-street. Belse is a deok band on one
of the steamers now lying at the wharf, and
says he was attacked without cause while
walking along the bank of the canal; but as
he confessed to having been inebriated at the
time, it is possible there is some mistake in
this. His head is severely cot as if by a sharp
stone, but his injuries are not of such a nature
as to preclude his ultimate recovery.
Boabd or Citt Ihprovbubnt?. At the reg
ular semi-weekly session of the Board of City
Improvements the Clerk was instructed to ad
vertise for sealed proposals to pave tbe un
paved sidewalki from Broadway to Culvert
streets. Also, for proposals to repair the intersootion
of Ninth ana Harriet-streets.
The following repairs for accepted bowldored
streets were ordered.
Race-street, from Water-street to Fourth
street, for $30 ; Walnut-street from Water
street to Third-street, for $35.
The communication from Adam N. Riddle,
and other property holders on Estelle-street,
relative to establishing the grade of said street,
was referred to the Commissioners of the Dis
trict in connection with the C. 0. Engineer.
Adjourned until this morning at 9 o'clock.
Mtbtbriovs Disoovsbt Hdman Bonbs
Found in a Box Fivb Fiet Bii.ow thb Soil.
Yesterday morning, while several laborers,
under the direction of S. B. Neill, were dig
ging a ditch for a hydrant pipe in the rear
lot of the MeMicken property, on the east
side of Bank-alley, between third and Fourth
streets, their spades struck a decayed box
about five feet below the surface, and con
tinuing their labor, they threw up several
human bones, which, from their size, were
evidently those of an adult porson. On ex
amination, a box about four feet by two and
a half was ' discovered, containing all the
bones of the human form. , A body mUBthave
been buried there many, probably twenty or
more years before, but under what circum
stances never, in all probability, will be
known. A vault, some time since filled up,
had been on the spot, and it is supposed the
body, for some unknown cause, had been
thrown therein, and the rsmaini laid con
cealed until yesterday.
As the lot is in the notorious quarter, for
many years a den of harlots and thieves,
Where numerous crimes were perpetrated,
It is not improbable that the bones were those
of some victim of tbe poisonous draught, tbo
bowie-knife, or the revolver ot one of the vile
characters who so long infested "Bank
Alley," rendering it a plague-spot In our city,
and a synonym for viae and eriroe through
out the land. ..-i . '
CITY NEWS. A Love-Romance of a Week—A Wealthy
Planter's Daughter Narrowly Escapes
A wealthy Southern planter residing in
Adams County, Mississippi, a few miles from
Natchez, visited the North last June, accom
panied by his only daughter, a -very pretty
and accomplished girl of eighteen, and after
passing the summer and a part of the au
tumn at the sea-side, and in the leading
cities of that section, conoluded to return
home by way of Cleveland and Cincinnati,
having some business of importance to trans
act in the former place.
On arriving at the Forest City, his daugh
ter desired to come on here, where she had a
number of friends, and wait until her parent
should join her. To this her father con
sentedindeed he refused few of her re
quests, so much did he love her and "Julia"
was, the day following, very comfortably
quartered at tbe Spenoer House, enjoying
herself as was natural for a hopeful and care
less girl of her years, who has never known
oare, and who lees but a roseate future before
On the second day of Julia's advent to the
hotel, she encountered a young and hand
some stranger, who so constantly and so ad
miringly fixed his eyes upon her at breakfast
that she feltan emotion sne had never known
before. She knew not what ailed her, and
therefore concluded, from memory of the
many romances she had read, she must be in
love. Hor Romeo, it appeared, was as deeply
smitten as she, and contrived to obtain an
introduction to her the same evening. If she
believed herself enamored before, she felt
assured or it atter her acquaintance with him
who had so fascinated her. He was gentle,
graceful, refined and intellectual; his conver
sation being of the peculiar sort that steals a
woman's heart away ere she knows she has
one to loss.
As both wero impulsive and passionate, they
mutually revealed their attachment on tbe
third day thoy passed in each other's sooiety,
and on the fifth conoluded te get married. In
nooent Julia, she never thought of paps, and
whether or not he would be willing to give his
daughter to a fortuneless youth. Julia prom
ised eternal devotion to "Frank," and they
even went so far as to fix tholr nuptials on the
coming Saturday. The two were never out of
each other's presence ; they vowed they never
could live apart again, and that separation
would of necessity result fatally.
Two days, two envious days, only lay be
tween them and Paradise; and they counted
tbe minutes that bore them nearer to the
Eden of their hope. Alael for love, how of ten
are its dreams dispelled I Alasl for fate, that to
frequently fetters the will of the truest and the
The planter arrived at tbe hotel on Friday
evening, and, by some means obtaining an In
timation of what had transpired in hie absence,
informed his daughter he had reoeived letters
that demanded his immediate presence in Nat
chez, and that she must be prepared to leave
on the train the next morning.
How eloquently and earnestly Julia Implored
and entreated, we have no means of knowing,
nor what plans she formed for the future; but
oertaln It is she left at flvo o'clock, before hsr
"dearest friend" had risen. .
It is said Julia's sweet eyes bore' evidence of
bitter tears as she passed down tha stairway
leaning heavily on her father's arm; but
whether those terrible lamentations will move
the heartless deities to her prayer la the future,
is not for mortals to unfold. We must close
our story, for here our knowledge ends. Were
we not veracious chroniclers, we would make
the couplo happy ; but history, gentle reador,
admits of no embellishment, and ws yield to
eatow we a are not disobey.
Policb Coubt. Judge Lowe examined
twenty-eight cases yesterday morning, but
they were quite unimportant.
Kate Mason, the ebony damsel who, night
before last, in male attire, raised a row at the
national i neater, was sentenced to tbo
County Jail for twenty days. It is to be
hoped the punishment will teach her to ap
pear hearafter only in the habiliments of her
sex, for even in them she is superlatively un
prepossessing and disagreeable.
Henry Riley, the wretch who was arrested
night before last for thiowing s tumbler at
his wife and nearly killing his child, was
fined $3 and costs. Our contempt for the
class of men who abuse their families, is so
so great that we could almost wish it oould
be punished as a capital offense,- for we are
vinced that the world would he loss bad with
A couple named Charles Perry and Louisa
White, who occupy a relationship which, un
recognised by law, is deemed the lowest form
of degradation by society, day before yes
terday quarreled, and in doing so broke their
furniture and each other's headB. An officer,
who happened to be near, arrested and
lodged them both in the station-house. Tet
ter day morning Judge Lowe sentenced Louisa
for ten and Charles for three days to the City
A Sitbfrisb Pabtt Subpbissd A number
of young persons of both sexes conoluded, the
other evening, to indulge ia one of those virr
vulgar social iufliotions, known among a oer
tain class as surprise parties, selecting as their
victim a gentleman's family on Seventh-street.
Accordingly they called on him en mass sbont
nine o'olock in the evening, as much to his as
tonishment as indignation, and learning front
one of bis servants the oause of the visi
tation he rendered the surprise theirs, by in
forming them, through his domestic, that he
would not see them, and assuring them that
his happiness would .be measured by the
promptnaii of their departure.
The entire party went away quite cast fallen,
after receiving a salutary lesion, whioh a
little good breeding and true courtesy would
havo rendered entirely unnecessary.
Rbcnipts at thb Matob's Ofucb During
thb Past Wbbk. Tbe Mayor's clerk,. Mr.
Charles Bolts, yesterday paid into tha Oity
Treasury $1,340 11, which he had reoeived
during the week ending yesterday, for licenses
from the folloBing sources:
Pnexenger R. B Co
Cincinnati Street B.B. Oo....
Anothib Acoidbnt fbom thb Explosion or
a Camphisb Lamp. The saying of Queen Ger
trude that "one woe treads upon another's
heela," is verified every day, so fast upon our
erasy old planet do they follow each other. . A
woman named Julia Johnston, residing on
Western-row, near Ann-street, was sadly
burned by the explosion of a camphene lamp,
last evening. She was filling the lamp at the
time, and but for her presenoe of mind would
undoubtedly have' been burned to death. Dr.
T. L. Neal, who resides in the neighborhood,
was called in and dressed her wounds; while
under bis treatment her suffering was rendered
comparatively light. '
Coal Coonmj Stoves. Cooking stoves that
burn coal instead of wood, are destined, if
they hare not already, to take precedence
with the economic housekeeper.' The Anchor
Stove.advertised in anothercolumn by Cham
berlain k Co., was awarded a silver medal at
the late State Fair, and is said to possess
many advantages as a baker and heater.
Try It. - v :
Bot Found Drownb Corobsb'b Ikqucst.
Tbe boay of a boy about twelve years of age
was found floating in the river about a mile
below Sedamsville, yesterday afternoon. Coro
ner Carey held an inquest, but the body was
not identified, and the usual verdict was ren
dered. It had evidently laid in the water for
several days, and was partially deoompoisd.
Dbkss Hats. B. R. Alley, opposite Broad
way Hotel, is now ready with his exquisite
Dress Hats. They are superior to those here
tofore used, and we' think the style unexcep
tionable. Those wishing an easy fitting hat
ought te give Alley a call, ' . '
Hymen. Y. M. M. L. Lectures-Rev. Thomas
Starr King on the Laws of Disorder.
The first regular lecture of the winter course
before theY.M.M. L. Assoointion ;. whs de
livered last-evening at the Opera-house, by
Rev. Thomas Starr King, of Bot ton, to u largo
and cultivated audience.
This gentleman, who has appeared hi re be
fore, has justly acquired a high reputation as
a pulpit orator and lecturer, and is reputed
as one of the most promising of our youthful
ministers. He has quite a boyish semblance,
though over thirty years of age, with nothing
remarkable or striking in his appearance or
His faoe is intelligent, benevolent and amia
ble, and though his profile ia not good, his
soft, brown hair and blue eyes are prone to
proposses one in bis favor. His figure is near
tbe medium bight and rather slight, ereot and
graceful; while his voice, rich, sweet and thor
oughly cultivated, soon finds its way through
the auricular portals to the heart. He is often
eloquent, and always interesting or impressive,
having a felicitous command of language, that
not unfrequently rises to the altitude of pootio
He began his lecture by saying that he had not
ohosen his theme for its paradoxical seeming,
but because it appeared to express tho lead
ing idea of his mind when he had made his
composition. We heard constantly of tbe
regularity and harmony of Nature, but rarely
was it intimated that as evident a law ruled
its disorder. Tbe planets never made ex
actly the same orbits about the sun, but they
were always accomplished in precisely tho
same time: vary as they might, tho lo w held
and controlled them to tho end. The mate
rial world was influenced and fulfilled its
purposes as much by disorder as by order
the same results were produced by one as the
other, evinoing their necessity as two foroes
acting reciprocally to an ultimate.
The human family and tbe moral sphere
manifested the same thing; vice and crime,
sickness and death, were governed by laws as
unvarying and fixed, though uncomproheoded,
as goodness and virtue and health and life.
Tbe world oould be reduced to figures, and
deeds that dazrled the world to formulas and
facts. There was something ohilling perhaps
and prosmio in applying statistics to God like
man, to the deeds of the great and good; but
mortifying as it might be to the romantio and
Idenl mind, it was nevertheless true. The
loftiest passions and aspirations oould bs meas
ured by the arithmetic; and let those who
would preaohand toil in the cause of righteous
ness, stern oalculators could tell, to a oortainty
almost, the robberies and assassinations and
suicides tbe next twelve months would educe.
Every man was an individual, a being dif
ferent from each and all of his fellows, of
whom no one could safely predict glory or
shame; but of any given number, of an ag
gregated mass, ail who knew simple matbe
initios oould be prophets. This proved the ex
istence of a power we could not reach, a secret
we oould not penetrate, whioh, while It puz
sled, should make us humble in the faith that
a wise Father ruled over the vast household of
earth's wayward children, and directed them
in tho appointed paths.
The laws of disorder were everywborevlslble
In the falling loaf and in the twinkling star;
the hue of the violet and tbe orimson robe of
the retreating day; the grain of sand and the
structure of the earth; in the movement of the
smallest iosoot and the highest deed of the
bero-martyr. Wherever order, there disorder
was, as light and darkness, and nothing could
convert one to the other, since both were neces
sary to the harmony of the planet, as conoord
and discord to the Mass of Mosart or the Sym
phony of Beethoven.
Every nation, like every Individual, had a
separate form and character, and the oldor and
modern raoes alike piotured the lives of their
people, shadowed forth the fate they were born
to. Rome was as her statues, beautiful but
breathless, with silent sorrowin herorbless eye;
Egypt, grand and mysterious as her pyramids
and catacombs ; Greece, like tho remnants of
Sappho's divine poems, indicating the
greatness of what had been; France,
like her grapes, purplo and rich, with mad
ness in their luoious juices; Spain, like her
scenery, majestio and grave, yet halloed by
an air of lingering romance; England, like
her clime, cold and gray, but full of health
and vigor; and so each land bore its symbol
and taught the lesson of life and destinv
and solved by degrees tbe deep enigma of hu
man existence and heavenly love.
Wood's Theater Ma Andibson as Liib.
Although we adnilro Kmo Leai ferr much as an
Intellectual creature, we never bavebeeunordo me
expect aver to be, attracted to It aa a play." There I.
hardly a character Id It which awakens spninathy
exc-pt, perhaps, "Cordelia," and she bas very little
to do eliber wllh the acilon or denouement. The
fallen fortunes of the "fond "Id man" awakena In us
no Interest whatever, and If we witneas the cloning
rune It. la simply tojudse of tbe manner ia which it
Mr. Anderson in the title role, perhaps, has no
superior on the stage. Wo do not meau by tlila that
bin Irapori .nation is ftnltlesa, but it la oertninlysub
lime and we can affuid in this to look more closely to
Ita imperfections tbat we may the perfectly enjoy lta
beauties. If tbe curse, last night, bad oot been In
some placea read in unnatural tones, a fault which
Mr, A. carries to certain extent Into all bli repre
sentations, it would, it aeema to us, have been Its beat
poaaltile delivery, and tneaudieuco seemed to aaree
with us, and received it with the most vehement ap-
S Inline, which whs only quletrd by tbe appearance of
ir. Anderson before the curtain.
Bui we have not apace to apeak of the play aa mi
nutely as we oonld wish, but In every part the per
sonailon of the "Foidish Old Mouarch" wna superb
"TbeFool"byABti.sEllsorthy, waa finely played,
and was rapturously apnlaudeu; as alao, though not
aodc-eivedly, was tue"Kilgr," hy Mr. Langdon. To
night Mr. Anderson and Miss Ellsirorthy appear as
Claude" and "Pauline" In Bulwer'a beautiful play
of Taa Ladx or Lions.
National Tbbatbb Jdlia Dbah as Obib
sldis. The second representation of this play did
not draw as larue an audience, for e"me renaou which
we are unable to give, as it deserved, still the houao
was tolerably well filled, '(he play i not very attrac
tive, allhongh the action Is progressive and the din
logue always tenda to tho developrroent of the plot.
It oontalna aome Interesting eituttions, and yr,
while It Is painful and unnatural, the denouement is
Juatwhat might have been expected by any one aave
peraona foolish enough to desire such tests to be made
of a woman's love.
The im personation of'Grlseldls" by JullaCean.wM
patheilo yotnot abaorbing; true to the Intention of
the author, although not alware true to the highest
style of art, Still It pleased tho audience, and tbey
gave full evidence of their appreciation by the effort
of tbe fair Julia by. their lonj.contlnuod and
evidently beart-felt apnlauao.
The "Farclva " i.f Mr. Elmore, waa clever, though
stiff, .and rather agreeable, though sum' what
adamantine. He lacks sympathy In Ma Impersona
tions, and always will, we fear, yet lliey pleo-to with
out producing any evl enco of emotion. They do
not reach tbe heart, although for the moat part i boy
latlafy tbe mind. To-nlvht will be presented Shor
Idan Knowlea'a play of Tat Hokcrbacs, with Julia
Dean and Mr. Elmore, aa "Julia" and "Master
Walter.", , . . ..
Smith k Nixon's Hall Tbb Songs or Sror
IANB. Mr. Crawford, a gentleman who has gsined
sooeceiehriiyaa a Scottish vocalist, gave an enter
tatnmentlaat evening at Smith A Nixon's, which was
quite largely attended by an audience which eeetied
to be highly entertained. Mr. O. has apleaslng tanor
voice, and theaongs were well chosen. Tha perform
ance wa onaato, and in every part deeervea tbe ap
plause whioh waa heaped noon it
- asr. Crawford wasawiated by Hsrr Boetger, a pian
ist, whoae touch is delicate and etvln good, Alto
gether theentertainment wasqntta pleasing, and was
evidently appreciated by all-who burdlt.
AMUSEMENTS. NEWPORT NEWS.
Floatibo Nsws. The proprietor of the Art
Palace, which now Ilea at the foot nf Tork-atreet, has
on board, aa wall as Photographa and A mbrotypei. a
regular printing office. Be "gela ut" hla own htila
and lusue.ajri-weekly Journal entitled "Tha Artist "
He will remain wkb us tor some time, aud invites
oar eltisene to drop In and see hla),
AnIhpbovbubnt RrsrjMiD. The Macadam-,
(tins of Columbia-street, so long suspended! baa been
at length resumed. j
Mobs Sabbath Breaking. Officer Cleary
captured two more bnnUre, or miner their guns, on
Bundar laat. Why does notoneof theaevlatlmthrlnd
an aotlon agalnat him for highway rohheryl ,
Sail A. A. Evata. fllAaba. Wataliaa anrt
Jewolry, Koa. SU and 371 Western-row.
1 pB Daguarrean Gallery, south-west sor
rier of filxth and Weitarn-raw. aver HAnnafnrrf'a
drag-store. Pictures taken and ut In good oases
for twenty can ta. Warranted to please.
mouth: Prioress, Madison; Bo.tou, Louisville; Duu'
lelth. Neville; tlllpper, Big bandy; Virginia Home,
liir-ABTtrnis'-Lebanon, Memphis; ' Denmark,
Portsmouth; Key West, Pittsburg; Cambridge, New
Orleane; Melrose, Uaysville; Clipper. B
ipper. Big "andy;
itnnieiiD, neviue; Virginia noma,
i, xievuiBf rrionast
jtaoiaoni jaoaton, Aiouisvuie.
A Knotty Qdbstion or Law. Our Mayor
waeyeeferday culled upon to decide a qnntlon In
i ai i ? rigl" of "r !lt' ''heia to permit private
.....i.MiuniB ii, onn-i nnj acaiea in ine puuuo aireeia.
A man t,AM,Ari Mnnl ttltflar fthu ...nllm, nf iti. riA..n.
'' !,Te, T6arr erected a pair ol scales of this
m im no mm urm mnrket-aoaoe, and eon
tinned to manattettiexxniK until a cltv weigher was
elected. TheoUftftilWi thenORenrrA .Ii.iW hi. .lu.
tlon diil or did n;it miwbwI ail private enterprise of
tbat character : lit before It waa dedded, the ufllce of
.n j wiiueii, iuu Hint me matter rented
!?. 1 1 K d,, "nce' wh.;n man named Patton.
yhlldrlvln a teem, accidentally niitbeacaleeand
broke them to pieces Stout e mnueuced auit for
damans, , nd Patton entered a demurrer to the effect
tnai tbe Ulty (louncll had no auihurltv to permit the
erectlom.f tbeacalealn a public etreet, and conee
quently no damaeea Ought l' lie given The oavor
reeerved hla deciiion till advice could be obtained
Much interest is manifested in the result. "
Coontbbfbitib Abbbstbd. lu our yester
day's lasne, we noticed the arrest of a dealer In conn,
forfait money, by our officers, in connection with
thoae of Cincinnati, but were unable to give any of
tbs particulate. We have since learned that the
name or the culprit was Fred. Uugsn, a resident ef
tbls place. It appears that he had been tor some
time euepectedi.f dealing in counterfeit money, and
recently the offlcera bavekept acloee watch noon his
movements. Be waa detected In paulng iwo ten-dollar
bills, and the oflkere put lu pmault. Having
obtained Information of their purpo. he kept hlni
aelf oncealed I'or eomt daay, hut night before laat,
Marihal McLaughlin learned 'bit he, had taken pas
sage for himself aud ramily on hoaid the Key Wait,
for Pittsburg, and aroording'y went thither, found
him, and carried him to Covington. Both he and
hie wife were examined before ibe Police Court, when
tlio former was held to bail In tbe sum of $300, and
Ibo latter for 2."i0, for their appearance at tbe next
tern; of the Circuit Court. Dugan waa committed
In default, and his wife releaaod on ber parole nf
honor, Mo money waa found about them except $43
An Esoapcd Convott Abbbbtbd. John
Mount, one ef the four convlcta who recently escaped
from the Frankfort Penitentiary, waa yesterday ar.
r.o.cu ur vum oi isunr, nt lUB UJUl Ul T Hi D'etre!,
Cincinnati. He bad been sentenced to three years
imprisonment, for robbery, and had served two years
of bis time. MU term will now be doubled. Boguaa
" ju uui mi, vuTiugiuu, u may go not wans 10
An Omission. We yesterday omitted to
state that the Kentucky Rovers, commanded byOapt
Mock, paraded with the Kenton Ca-ieu night before
last. 'I'be two cnmpaiites made a handsome appear
ance, and their evolutions did thorn great credit.
Gbnbbal Tbbh. McGregor, Administrator,
va. Kills 4 Btnrgla and others. Before tha Court on
a petition In error. '1 he principal error relied upon
being tbe ruling of theUnurcat special term that the
assignment to V, Worthlngtou was alld.
In room No. 1 Jude Carter oalled the docket
and heard cases submitted.
It wiia ordered lu ibis branch of tin Ourt that the
divorce docket ahould be called on tble day (Wednes
day) after the trial list, lor tbe purrose of aeelng what
usees would be ready for trial on the 16th Inst.
In No. 2 Judge ColllnscaMed nla docket. .
UntMiNal. SUDS. -Judge Million presided. Tbo fol
lowlugcaecs not for the day werecalled:
The State vs. O'Brien, burglary; James Bergen,
malicious stabnlng; Henry 'iurnnr, mallcioui atati
blpg; Jnhn Kline, grand larceny; 0. Meuzhauier and
J. Kline, forgery.
In sown or tbe above the prosecuting witnesses
ware abaent In otburs tbe defendants and ail were
laid over and the Jury discharged until to-day.
G. B. Snese, Son k Co., vs. Mann k Straus.
Tills investigation under the assignment law pro
ceeded b forejudge Hilton.
The examination of Iraao Mann was resumed: The
witness was questioned closely aa to the custody of
tbe bonk a ut the firm; that he had looked for them
aud could not find them; that they were ordinarily
k pton tbs desk or lu the .afe.wlitch was in the
Viiuli; the boohs warn moved from there when the
a-alsnnient was made, and he had not seen them
since: lie did not see them r- m ved, and did not know
whei ber the ansignee haft tbtn or not.
Mr. E A. T onipeon then asked the Court to make
no order requiring ibe partiee to pr .duce the bnoka
claiming t rat tho laatlmouy abowed they were trying
Mr. Long tou ended that auch an order could hot
be made lu t Is proceeding unleae tbeproper f und
tlon wero laid for it, and be (ihe counsel) desired
here to remark that it waa not proper to make
charg.stu tbe injury of hla cliente, and tu O'eate a
preji.dics against them In thte community. Mr. T.
bad mitde a ataement yesterday (which found it.
war into the jupere) that theea pur io- had teprt
sented tbemsulves to be worth over tM.oon aburtli
licl'oro the aasignment, and bad now come forward
wli h a etutemont ehuwlng un ability to pay ouly tan
c, titou the dollar while the tact was they had of
fered to pay forty cents on the doliar, and the ma
jority of tuelr oredltors were ready to accept tbat
Mr. Thompson said there was one creditor for
8l,O0O who waa endeavoring to get a aettlement, auo
to force the other credltore into such a one aa bad
been named, but In the hope as be (counsel) lelleved
that h s owu claim would be allowed in full. But
the other creditors would never consent to it, and he
bad not the itaat intimation from bis clients on tbo
'ibe Conrt held that tha plaintiffs had a right to
rail for the bo ks-ai d after tbe examination of Sir
Hiraus. who etatsd that be had been ill for aeveral
wo-ks, and did not know what had become of tbe
hooka, f but nrutnlsed tomakeaearchandrh. further
examination of Mr, Manu as to the disposition of
nieruuauuniu auu auuury suiea, ao. ine examina
tion waa adjourned.
Monetary and Commercial.
Diligent Inquiry throughout tbe banking quarter
yaetarday enabled na to learn nothing new. Flnancla'
affairawore unuauilly quiet for tbe season, ami tha
bankers reported yesterday as the dullest Tuesday
they had experienced for sevsral weeks. The Mon
etary market waa tolerably easy, but ths demand con
tlnu'd In excess of tbe supply.
In Knetern Exchange there was no alteration
from Muodiv: de-tler paylug H for bankers' eiena
tares on Phiiadelhla anil Hew Tors, but f.ellng
unwllllne to give that rate for any umonnt toother
thin cuatnmera. The a-lling rate waa ftrui at H pre
mium, but if Ourreuoy ware aoarcer cononaafona
would dnuht'ean bu made.
In Gold and New Orleans Exchange there were no
transactions Worthy of mention.
Clonr yesterday wis dull aud unaltered. 'Whl ky
unchanged, and Provisions heavy, with fe tran-ac-tlona.
timer waa firm, and Molaeaes very eoarce and
leper gallon blither than on Monday, No Change
of consequnce occurred in Grain. '
Tbe receipts of Produce aud Hogs for the twenty
four hours euding yesterday noon were:
flour, brls 4,m Whleky 1,02(1
Corn, bushels...... 2,m Wheat, buenels......3,M(
tints, " 7,4M I Barley, " .. m
Hogs, head 4 030 1
Monday's Mew lork Times has this information :
Tbe Foreign Trade at the port of New York for the
pant week obowa another moderate import entry,
with afairamouutof export clearances In ordinary
domestic produce and California bullion. Tbe Im
ports, including tbe dry good, tiblein our laat paper,
amount to $.',619,000 against Ji,fW3,SI7 same week
last vear. Tbe exnurts of domeetlc nrodnca and ml..
cellaneous goods amount to $l,Wrt,'J07, against Sl,V
2u0ameweek laat Benson. And tbe export of gold
aud ailver, inclu"lug S'Jti,,W by the Ocean Qneen, ou
Saturday, ia ei,Div,fM,ngaiusi otM.oat aaraeweea in
ISM. The sales of dry eooris and general loreign
merchandise during this .wook were scarcely up So
tho usu-al average of this season of the year, and some
disappiiiutment is expressed at the result of what is
called itio late fall trade.
Monday's Tribune time spoaka of Saturday's Stock
The Stock movements of to-day were In striking
coatrast with thoe of Friday, the market changing
with singular rapidity from a condition of activity
approaching buoyancy, to one of more than ordinary
duilnena and heaviness Prices had a downward
tendency from tbe start, and although the operations
were upon u very limited ecnle, the advances eauili
I lilted on tbe previous day had boen effectually ex
tinguished before the adjournment of the first
Board. The only reasonable solution of this curious
and snddnn change iu the Stock market, is to be
found in the peculiar character of the speculation,
which displayed Itaelf so actively on the day previous-
Monday's Herald says in regard to finanolal affairs
n New York :
Money bu been rather more in demand since
Thursday, but tbe renewed activity baa not led to any
advance in tbe rates. We auote call loans at eS;
uutcapiiaiiais wuo leave ineir money wun eeiao
llahed bouiee for temporary uae cannot get over d)
AM no demand. A few verv choica ahort Hooaetanan.
pass at a per cent; SH ia the rate lor atriotly flratclasa
indorsed paper, with AO days or under to run j tOen
uaye. nre cias., o pr oeui; over w naya, iwo guoa
names. 7 ; slugle names, first class, 7 1 names less gen
erally known, without indoraers. i(a9 ; aeoond cieea
Indorsed paper, 82o: lower grades of paper, 10 IS
Id, according to Handing, 4c.
CINCINNATI MARKET-NOVEMBER 8.
ware about MO brla. axtra at lit wJ 30, and 100 brls.
Choice white wheat at $5 M. s)eceipts large, being
tV'MI brie, tbe laat twenty- four koura. -
WHISKY Nochaugeln Ibe market: sales of SOD
brla. at 23S(i23Hc the latter rate for wagon.
I'BOVIUItiNH The market for meat Pork is dull,
andprloee nominal: 200 ana, eold un private terms,
understood to be SI) 60, and ISO hhda. Bacon at SHc
QKOOIHIKcKMolassM very tearosy and le. per
g.llou higher, closing at tl&Mo. sugar firm at
74t7M.c Coffee uuchansed.
WHEAT The market continues lull and inset
tied, and holders are unwilling to sell at the prices
ottered. r - -i - e .!..,. -
(!ullN-The market Is firm! with a good demand at
439110 : saleaofliU bnah a 43c.
uA'IS-There la a good demand and prices are
steady: Bales ol !,M'tiu.h., in bulk,at4jMc.;700bU-U, .
do. at 4SMc; SOObuah at4c. ,
B lE-The market ta dull, but prices are unchanged:
we quote prime at 76o.
bARLHY-Tbe market oontinues dull, and prices
are withontchfcnge. .,
CUEESE-Thetelsa brisk demand, and the market
la Vary Hunt sales of 400 boxes Western Beaerveat 9o.;
llK)ieSoxtra'argeat 9,o.l74 boxes ICnglUh Dairy
it lie -
BDTTEB There Is a fair demand for prime roll at
'PPLES-Ths receipts are large and the market It
dulhprloee are unchanged: saiaa nf Ilio brie. Houieu
Beaitilaa at f 2 : 100 brla. tWIIl-wer aa $2 U.
POT aTi sJtsJ The market ia dull; we quote prime
Meahanockaatsoc., on arrival.
OLOVKRttB K0 There la a fair demand for prime
at 14 74: aalee of 12 brls. at St ell SO bnah. at $4 0; M
bask, at fe 70, . ,:i , , ,
1 ...I yitTi ,; ,
: 1. ,.11
[By Telegraph to the Chamber of Commerce.]
Kiw Oxisaks, Kovemlwr T-P. M.- Flour being
Rlk ' !l0 great firmness and prioae am. ,
h Wer: sales of l,sibru.t V.Vta.l bu aurrfine. ' 1
Jlf .rork.dn!1' but tir cnangedT lanl dull and 1
prli es nominal at !0Miilc. Bacon dull and only a
inklioui' ti " 'vHo. for ehouldora, and
"SfliloHo. for Sides. Bucar ia moderate demand,
dem.nd for Molaeaj. and price, higher, cbainit at
S?'h,uS.ff"kdB"- Whlakyull at 1m. for rsotttleii.
dlfcount Ml"u' '
[BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.]
Niw Toss SUBSET, November P. M. flour
market Sc. better, with a moderate demand in part
for ex port: Bale a of I ,tl brla. at t ISO for auur
Una State; t4 totfct for extra blete; 14 eotjpt far super,
fine Western; AliKSWIW for common to m.dium
extra Western; $5o4ji 63 for Inferior to good ship
ping brands extra round-hooped Ohio-market
Closing dull. Cauadlan Flour quiet: aalee ol3M brls.
at $.'.3na6i fur common inchnlc. II) e Hour In fair
rqueatnt $.tr.il(2jt 35. Wheat market 1c. be tor, with
better export demand: anlesi.f SVoiihiush. at 81 lo.S
Sfor Chicago spring: VI IJjtl 14 't for Mllwsnkio Club:
I 40 fur white Indiana; ft im t'.'S for white Cana
lan. Rye heavy: sales or 7,00 bush, at M , dellr.
ared. Barley heavv and lower: sales of 3.1,000 bush
ateOie fur Canada ltaat and Chicago. CornquMr
aalee of S, flOO I'usn. at 98c SI 'or Southern ami
Jersey; i.o VYeetern offering, oats ateadyl 44(444)nc.
for State, Western and Canadian. Whisky tlrtn:
salsa or 4(10 brla. at re. Pork heavy, ano lower for
tneaa: sales of I, MS brla. at $15 12(1320fur mesa: $1000
lor prima; $1512 for thin mess. Hear la without
special change: aalea of 273 bria at S4(4 23 for prime;
$.'105 35 for country mess: $34)10 for lu packed mesa,
old aud new; $1 nan Ml for extra races. Dreaed
Hogs at 6S6i. Tleef Hams dull: sale, of 100 brla.
new Western at lit 40(0113. Prime meas Beef unlet.
Cot meata caeji and nominal at So. for bbuuiders,
and V,HlXc. tor Hams, bacon leas buoyant: aalea
of 24) boxes city cut abort-rlbbed middles, for deliv
ery up to January I, at 'Mo. Lard ai nicely so Arm:
sales at IOhiSiidXc. Butter quiet: IziSisc. for Ohio,
and 1M3 lo. for State. Cheese steady attt$Sllo. Cot
ton quiet, but firm: sales to-day are 1,500 bales. Sugar
firm: Muscovado St(ey7)4o. Tobaoco steady: sates U
Ml hhda Kentucky at XiOHo. Tallow Arm at
UMo. Wool qnlst, but steady: uo sales.
Pratt's 22(1 Annual Sale of
VALTJABLI BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
, At Auct'"tu
O-NIGHT AT 7 O'CLOUaC AND POli-
LC W IRQ MQHT8 TH lb WEEK,
At No. 98 West Fourih.street, ,
(Next to Smith 4 Nixon's Dnll.)
SfiS-Books at Private Sale daring tbo day at about
hair th. Piihll.lt.ra' hm.
Ladies aud gentlemen are respectfully Invited to
dl and examine our stock.
.. J. K. PBATT, Salesman,
noltf KKLLOQO WILLIAMS. Anct'rs.
AUajTIOM ALEBY 0. BRA
SHEARS A CO., Balea-rooma Noa. 67 and M
Maln-atreet. Boots and Bh.iee at Auction. We will
sell on THURSDAY IUOHMNO, commencing at 9
o'clock, without reserve, 211O cases Hen'e, Boys.
T'-uth 'a, Woman's and Cblldren'e Boots, Shoes and
Urogana. Must b eold. Terms cash.
no . G. BBA8HEAK8 at CO.. A notlonescs.
AUCTION HALK BY ELL0u(&
WIIiLIAIUS-Sales-rmms Noa. 33 and 24 East
Third-aireet -THIS (Wsdusedayi HuUNIMl. r-ov.
0, at 9 o'olock, a large stock of Watches, Jewelry of
all varieties, lothlug. Dry aud Pancy Goi-de, BootB.
8hoe, Ac, At 10H o'clock, new and second bend
Furniture, Oarpota, Qlaaa and Queens ware. Stoves,
and a general variety.
no A. KILLOGQ, Auctioneer.
AUCTION 8A1,E.BY THOMAS
JOHNSTON, in Sales-rooms, No. 93 Main-street,
(next to Trust Oompany fianki. - Special sate of
Ladite' Hoop aud iloth Skirts. THIS MOBM
INO, November 9, commencing at 9Kj ri'olock, win bo
solo without reserve, 273doien of llouglaa A Sher
wood's celebrated Ladles' Hoop and cloth bkirts,
together viith a variety of oiber goods.
n9 THOMAS JOHNai'OM, Aoctloneer. '
'AUCTION SAL E BY 6. BRA
r. SHEARS A CO.-Sales-rooma Nus. 97 and S9
Main-street. Bagnlarsaleof Qrooailea, Ao. at Auo-llon.-Ws
will sell TUli MC1BNINU, November 9. at
KH o'clock, a general assoni' ent f fin Oroceilee.
consisting of 40 brls. Sugar 25 brla. Uolaaeea, )3Henra
Rice. 1 50 boxee Soap, X6u kegs hslls, 200 boxes, Iba, o'
snd S's Tobacco.
ALSO ludlgo. Nutmegs, Paper, Hope, Waeh
Boards, Buckets. Tubsjtc.
no9 Q. BBA8HEAB8 A 00., Auclloneers-
AUsjTIon ma tibi BY 8. G. HCjN
BARD, at Trade Sales-rooms No. 11 West Fifth
street, up-atalra. Asalgnee'a Pale of Books It Auo-tlon.-On
TUDH8DAY, IBIDAY and SATUBDa T
EVENI.NOS, November 10, II and 12, at 7 o'olock,
will bo sold, by catalogu-. a large and valuable col
lection of books, comprising many popular and
standard works In Theology, History, Biography,
Travels, Literature, Science and Art, Architecture,
Enalneerlng, Mechanics, Agriculture, Horttcultuie,
ltural Sconomy, Natural History, Ao , many of
which are flue London editions and aplandldly Illus
trated. M. B.-Catalognea will be publlehed on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday mornlnge, and the bouka will
beopea fur examination during the day previous to.
each aale. Termaoaah.
baiiutL B, Kara, Assignee.
novd , S. G. HCBBABD, Auctioneer.
UCITOM HALEe By KELLOGG 4
WILLIAM8-Sale-rooms 22 and 24 East Thlrd-streeU-Large
and Kxteualve Bale of Mahijany and
Ro-ewoo" Venatra at Auction. On TUUHBDAT
AKTKIiNOuN, November in, at! o'clock, JJ.OflOleot
Crotch aud Shade Wood Mahogany Yeaeera: SJXO
feet Buaewood do.
The above are Jnat receiving from tbe Baat, and
tbe most desirable stock that has been oSered lor
i aredit on ell sums over S'OO.
nn8 A. ETaLLOGO, Auctioneer.
liCTiuN SALE Bj JACOB GRAPP
m. a t'u.-rursi s-ursl Fursl-The second sale of
Cnrs, Bobes, Acy lll be at v o'clock, on THDBH
IAT MOKiIN0, November 10, at IS Eist Fourth
street. To the former Invoice will he added anew
stock of the finer quality of Ladies' Furs. They oan
be Been 00 Wedneeday.
ni'7 JACtiB GRAFF 400., Auctioneers.
LIFE OUNCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES,
' (pobblt mutual.)
" Office 9 Breadwny, New fork.
rinUIS COMPANY DIVIDES THK
M. entire profits, pro rata, among lie Policy Hold
ers, legal interest (7 per cent, only) is paid on ita
st"0k, which may, by Investment, reproduce about
that amount, theory vlvlng the sasuted all the ad
vantage of the ru t Mutual system, with the
pledge of a Perpetual ' epital etook aud the added
security thst ita Board of Directors have a Perma
nent Moneyed Interest ia conduot'ogiu affairs with
prudence and strict economy.
lu ratos are based upon the most approved English
tables ot mortality, verified by AlPtrican, experience
to the present time.
By tbo Charter, Dividends to the Assnred are to be
declared every five years, aud may be applied to the
reduction of premium, or will be credited upon the
policy, thereby increasing the amount Insnred.
Parties d. siring to lusuie will be furnished with
the dnelaty'i publications, rates, Ac, gratis, upon ap
plication to tho Agent.
Hon.-WILLUji 0. ALEXANDER, President.
HENRY B. HY UK, Vice President.
EuWA RD P. W ILLIASI8, Secretary. .
GEO. W, PHILLIPS, Actuary. '
local soabd or BiraaENoa roa oihoirnati.
We, the undersigned, take pleasure in stating that
"Tbe Equitable Lite Aasurunoe Boolety," of New
York, represented in this ottv by David A. Trnax, Esq.,
Is entirely worthy the confidence of this community,
an-l that the combination of the Mutual and Joint
Stock priuciplo as by theui pruented-rentier tbls
Coaipauy one of the moat uealrable for Insurers lu
tftedman, Carlisle It Shaw, Stanhope S. Kowo,
J. S. Chenewath & Oo., 8. 8. L'Hommedien,
niaohley, Simpson A Co., 1). W. Corwin,
Thompeon at Taaffe, t H. B. Spencer.
DAVID A. TRTJAX, Agent,
S A West Thlrdtreet, Baarment Maaonic Tempi
, , I . , JOHN H. TAIT. M. D.,
ec21 Examining Physician.
Th. W. Farrin & Co.
HAVE ESTABLISHED THE PACT
that they are selling lumber at their yard oat
Freeman-atreet.nextto Oinoinnatl, Hamilton and
Dayton Kallroad, , ,,,, j .,;
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any ,othe Lumber Sealers la fce city.
"Qulqk Sales aijd , Small rrnilts "
''V.''1 " ' ' IS THEIB MOTTO. '
''J 11 1 -i-'H' .11 ,. , ....
' They submit tbe following Hat of yrloew
Clear lmber,ailtbleknesses,I In. rreasTif en oa
1 Iftoli Rnaatwlsa
7 3d (Is
19 90 17
II 10 12 ,
22 SO is oa .
II Mi IJNI
U on 14 CO
34 00 37 BU
flrub Plank, faoe weaursw....
ni'iuiooa Juisi, rCHiitltPg and limber,
Peeler " ' " "
V I r. I IVimmnfi STLinrT.ia HnmA
Tldrd m ' ' 11 1.
Ft rat Oommoa Weather Boardi
7J 29 OB
18 SO 20 00
l 00 17 6A
12 UO 13 Oil
Cedar Poets, 4 by 4, 8 feet, per hundred. U
Oe dar . " ar fencim, ' " . . 80
i Oil Ml ft)
n. 80 00 880
Aiiicuat " " -. isi 23 eu
ft. isi 33 ao
A rurtner red notion or w per esnt,wiii be made on
bllhof t.Vor mors. "
we nave one 01 we lergesianu neat selected stock
vi uDiaurr m sue vihviuush ssuuavi, wmou neonus-
for sal at tbs above prloesb ,
THOS. W. JARRIN.&CO.
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