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"WANTS " Mvnn m i Tfi I.IT." T.flHT
nrO0MO"e.,in thli colnma, pocwpylng1 8.Y Hue
or raw, two insertions, tweoty-nveoent.
IT'ANTED On thousund persons v.no are
- w amiciaa to pnrcn.Be a doiiia or llr. flAll
BER'S INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF from all Pain
Huuiuh EtnmhM Truitkiohi. V 1 . i - . i
Itbeumatism. Bold by SCIRE, aCKSTEIN A 00..
corner of fourth and Vine. no2fib
WANTED BOAED For man and wife.
k..j. r . ' w" mem womn oa do otner
?J,ir:uic?tl0.n 5 wUhln few of
VTT-4NTED-8ALESMEN Two men of
tk. rr'Fnce 10 canvass the state of onto.
RAlTwiid'H reiDf' "I"1"1- APPly at Eoom No.
..r.v!ii..Mnl,aXta. P'i'ete family, to takecaro
"rchUdren.ortidnchamber.work. Address AM KR-
IDA V ni Dhu ninu nm
XyANTBD-A YOUNG MAN Of good
- uusiuew naous who can adrance W0u to foiw.
Immediately, in a light manufaotariDB business.
An Intertwtln the basine.ora HbftraTanlirT and
PWiH HID. Will lu. L . A VAST A ' f Bl I llFTlrTtll. n
WW iv evil VUV 1JIID
l.;Kpv"S,1wTri2'oS.fC- iS'fl.Brown. Apply to
-. iiaimaiiw.toi weetern-row. no2on
VJI7" ANTED A UIIRVTSTlEn Tjnrv
hi. Jt&W V.ior "'"Sl r''- 7 gentleman and
iiieaWtt uu,Irr''"L iiW "in omce.stat-
.q yium. neierencea given, notu
IDLTANTED-An experienced OAS-FITTER
r tomtnto theconnUr. Good wages will be
Itiveu. Apply to JAMES GofolN, MalnTstreet.
lANTED-PARTNfiE-An aotive young
I""n.a,,PaI"r I" paylbg oaah business. Be
ran receive halt the profile or a permanent situation
a ft. !"JS!f J1'- m jo
ANTED COOK An experienced male
lnr.V ar ika r r n a . .
" " vvuiuivrani nospiiai. Apply to
WANTED BOARDERS 0n or two
onntU-. a. . . ....
with hnr 1 wmiom Die iroM room,
ariia V.r ' v. uy mq gflnTienan can nave tne
lEl?In at No. 67 Mlntii-itrftflt. between
VyANTED HELP Right off A male
.,.T.Ti cot,k'? !" J0 build flree and make hlmeelf
WT .""ful- Alio, a young lady to wait In a
ilry.goods honae; ft female cook; two chambermaida,
ilt r.nu'H"-r, "'' '"e
-....i a, u.taaaun oc uu.,
OOi'iO Hn :K9 Wutn.n
TANTBD A flret-rateCOOK in a ladies'
, ' , restaurant; one who can oome well recom
i,f 5155k SR."1 I"n oib"t need apply, at Jttre. W.J.
JOHNSON'S. 180 Weet Fonrth-itreet. no26b
"ANTED SITUATION By a yonng
rmit. . ' "' """r"""! piace in a private
?J. y vi3?ewinA,,or !2k ch,re of ohildren. Ad
lrees ANNIE, at thlaofllce. , no25b
TANTED TO SELL 8oho!arsMps in
- """"' ""' """""con auommerciai not
n L v foruU course of etndy and Double-entry
" "'i uw nuu nveuiuK. z onug men save
money by buying. Apply at Tuttle's Exchange Of
"rtl'Wet corner Bycamore and Third-streeta.
n026b W. R. A OKI. BY.
VXTANTED HOUSE By a responsible
,7.. ,enant,ahoneconUinlng8or9rooms. Bent
not to exceed 2A or $30 per month: will pay in ad
vance ir required. Addreaa K. . D . Penny Press
tANTED Clerks, book-keepers, sales-
" men, bar-keepen, portera, coopers, carpen
ters, mechanics, laborers and others, can tfndsltua
tiona at the Merchants' Clerks Beg Istry Office. 1U8
Walnut-street. no2Sb HALE CO.
DON'T READ THIS.
AMY NUMBER OF
ACTIVE YOUNG MEN
JVQ engage In eironlating by sabaoriptlon,
PI- aomonew hl0hlvnrn.m.nftl .nA nt..(alNlna
Books, Maps, dharts, Ac. Men now operating clear
trotn$2!i to 8l60per month. Call and examfne the
ktoci anu get a descriptive circular, look at testimo
nials ot ageuta nowopperating, Ao. . ,
Consultation free. Call soon.
MACK R. BABNITZ, Pnblisher,
"ftWam 38 W. 4th Street, (up staira.
FOR RENT In a centrally located part of
the city, large, airy ROOMS, nicely furnished
tnd kept In order, for sleeping apartments for gen.
tlemeu. Inquire at No. 168 Western-row. no26b
FOR RENT Two pleasant BACK ROOMS,
to a gentleman and his wife. Inquire at No.
West Sixth-street no2b
OR RENT One or two fine ROOMS, fur
nished or unfurnished, at No. 104 West fourth.
street, nearly opposite the Postofflce. Inquire of
0. T. JKSBUP, No. 10. Fourth-street, no26e
BjIOR RENT ROOMS Two distinct sets
of rooms, one of 6 and tbe other of 4 rooms,
with yard, water, Ac, on Milton street, No. 98 and
WO. Inquire at Proepeot Hill Cottage, just above.
IOR REN T ROOMS Suitable for rail
- road, law or insurance offices, on second and
third floors, in four-story building opposite the
Press Office. The building hasibeen newly re-painted
and re papered. All in good Older. Apply at the
Jl'reas Ottice. nol
FOR RENT Tbe second and third stories
of the commodious Brick Building known as
VltANKHN HALL, on the soutb-eaat corner of
Hycauiore and 8ixth-s'reets. Apply on the prem
leto HANNAN ft LYON. noBbw
FOR SALE The FURNITURE and
GOOD-WILL of a Boarding-house doing a
good business. Will be sold cheap for cash. If ap
plied for soon. The house contains twelve rooms
and kiichen, cellar and large yard, pleasantly situ
ated. Kent only (409 a year. Address A. B. 0.,
Press Ofllce. no26b
FOR SALE THE LATE RESIDENCE
OK S. K. HASHOUR. The undersigned offers
for sale the above property situated between Cam
bridge City and East Germantown, Ind., the same
I'elug a good house, nearly new. with all necessary
outbuildings, and twenty acres of as good land as can
he found in old Wayne. The property 1 well sap
plird with shrubbery of all kinds, in addition to
which there is an orchard of the best varieties of
fruit, Just beginning to bear. Tbe properly wonld be
very desirable to a farmer who would want to retire.
For torms uddresa .. 8. K. HASHOUR,
Or apply personally to SAM. H. H A8U0UR,
no24aw Cambridge Pity.
TOOR SALE A fine Steel Rolling-Mill,
JL1 four Inch, suitable for a dentist or jeweler; also
n Lathe suitable for a wood-turner, for sale at a reas
onable price, bycallingat SHEDD A WELSH'S, No.
103 West Fifth-street, between Vine and Race.
rIOK SALE SEWING MACHINES Five
.m? more of thone First-Claes Double-Thread Sew
ing Machines, at $2S each to olose them out A great
bargain. Call 1 rmned lately at JEBSUP'8 MOURN
ING BT0BE, Fourth-street, opposite Bhllllto A
FOR 6ALB-SAFES--2 superior large fire
. . roof Hares, very low at private sale, by H. 8.
BOARDING A few Boarders o&n be ao
commodated with pleasant furnished rooms
and board at No. 3 Bast Seventh-street. no2ob'
BOARDING A Room with board, suitable
for a small family, or two or three single gen
Hem, can be bad on reasonable termsat No. Ifi3 East
Third-street, 3d door east of Pike. Also, a few slnglt
gentlemen can be accommodated on easy terms.
BOARDING Several gentlemen oan be ac
commodated with boarding br the day or week,
by applying at No. 168 Sycamore-street, outside, one
ilnor below Fifth. no22aw
T OST On Thursday afternoon, a GOLD
JLi BBEASTP1N, set round with rubles. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving It at No.
4i'3 Plum-street, or at this office, noiiib
LOST RING Yesterday (Friday) morn
ing, a large massive Gold King, with Wm. T.
Mimpson" engraved on the Inside, on the corner of
Fourth and Walnut-streeta. 89 reward will be paid
for Its delivery at the N. 'W. cornor of Sixth and
J. H- Deters,
No. S3 WEST FOUBTH-STRKET,
HAS NOW IN STORE A LARGE
WATER-PROOF BOOTS. '
To which he Invites the attention of the publls.
INDIA 80Y AND ANCHOVY SAUCE.
Just received, 32 doen genuine India Soy and An-
cnovy eaucf, a. mcvvPAiiV a vv.,
Mnd Branch Store 340 West Fonrth-st.
WHITE WINE VINEGAR JUST
received,! brli. very superior White Win
Vinegar. For sal. by A, MoDONALD A GO.,
noil f and Branch Store 248 Wast Fonrth-st.
CHAMPAGNE JUST RECEIVED, Si
baskets Hcidsick aid other celebrated brands of
Champagne. For sale by
W A. McBOHALD A CO.,
ceil 36 and Branch Btore m West Fourth-it.
$" Don't forget that the Penny
Press la tne medium through wblch to
make known your wautil Advertise
menta of live Unci and less. Inserted
twice for twenty-dye cental
arPenny Prese to be bad every
morning at the Counting-room door.
Only one cent.
Pa-RaoNU.. Hons. W. C. Anderson and W.
L. Underwood, of Kentuoky, were at the
Spencer House yesterday, i route for Wash
Missino Nuiibkbs Waktid. We will give
one month's snbaorlptlon for ftos. 63 and 105
of the Pknnt Pbiss, whioh are missing from
Chdech Rev. E. T. Robinson, of Roohester,
a. i., wm mi tne pulpit or tbe Minth-street
Baptist Church to-morrow morning and even
ing. Hat Stom. B. R. Alley keeps constantly
on hand a enmnlnta .Mnrtmant tf .t, kn.
quality of fashionable hats and caps, pf all
p.iuo. auu uD.gnjiuuuj, wuioa are soia on ino
most reasonable terms. ,
-. u vu dvuuuw .HU liUirU
floors, In the building immediately opposite
iHtnnv Prem. initahla fnv law. mtlA.1
anoe or railroad offices. All have been newly
painiea ana papered. Apply at i'eniiu iVeaj
AM OvERVlI.nin ReilVlKT A at n..
nw.mi n, vug
of our hotels remarked the other day that he
must be overvalued, because the landlord
told him he wasn't worth a d n, and at
the same time d d him at least twenty
times a day.
MiTsoBOLooiOAL Obssevatiohs For the
Penny Brtu, by Henry Ware, Optician, No. 7
West Fourth-street, November 25.
. "eeeteete .... 29. 24
( P. M 29,19
GAUSS ANDFrrirr. On TKonlrar.iT.!nv.n .
, -m .-Ha.KiujjuivlU-
ing an nnknown Individual advertised for an
umbrella, and yesterday we saw him on hie
way w ine uick nun .Lunatic Asylum. The
sole evidence ttcrainat him via tha fiinf rik.
advertisement, but that was deemed more
man sumcient to oonviot him.
DlCATfl OP A WKr.r.-KWnWtf flBDuiv Vnumn
Mr. William Rothacker, late editor of theTum
tcitimg, aged thirty-one, died in this oily, at
the corner of Vine and Mercer-streets, yester
day afternoon at fnnr n'nlnnlr. J7o
wife and four ohildren to regret his early
An Inerriatkd Dunx.niMn Tlnrvnt A
deck-hand on one of the steamboats now ly-
iniratthe wharf, while unrinrtharinwiMariiin
influence of the god of wine, stepped from a
gangway mio me river, day DetoreyeBterday,
and was almost drowned. Some persons law
the acoidontanrl runnimrfo hi. rnllnf A to
hira from the wator a much moro sober, if not
wiser, man man colore.
Pkttv liAHCaKY. A warrant was issued
yesterday afternoon, at the instance of F.
Piepenbring, of the Broadway Exchange,
charging a man named Joseph Kunkle, who
had been in his emnlov. with Btealincr tur-
koys, game, o,, but we are not aware that
tne arrest has yet been made. Mr, P. says
he has missed his fowls in many instance!,
and at length caught R. in the act of oarrying
Soalis. If any of our readers are desirous
of providing themselves with a pair of the
best and most accurate nlatform or counter
soales made in this or any other city, ws wonld
invite tnem to visit the manuraotory of A. B.
Colville, at No. 41 East Second-street, between
Syeamore and Broadway. He has all kinds
and sites, from the most dolioate prescription
to the mammoth railroad soales all of Queen
Unpaid Littebs. The following Is a list of
letters detained lor non payment or postage at
the Postoffioe, in this oity, November 25:
Mlss Kate Franklin. Covington, Kr.
Sli.e Mary Honeyman, Newport, Ky.
Mrs Eliza Donovan, New Orleans, La.
Mrs. Clara Pendery, Lafayette, Ind.
Messrs. kronce, Bradbentz A Co.. Baltlmore.Md.
Mr. J. V Fox, Jones's Station, Butler County, 0,
Michael Hollly, Esq.. Portsmouth, 0.
Meiars. Pluuinier A Kelly, Richmond, Ind.
Peter Dreyer.No, 1324 Wood-t Philadelphia.
Dodgks' Gratis and Stovis. This ronular
Improvement has been fairly tested in this
eity, and, fiom the orders already filled so
far this fall and winter, we must oonoluds that
those who have them In use are recommending
them to their friends. They are certainly de
sirable for their great economy, and for many
reasons are worthy tho attention of house
keepers. Grates set upon this plan will pay
for themselves In a very short time in the
saving of ooal. See advertisement. .
Satis Hocsi, Indianapolis. This excel
lent hotel seems to be increasing in populaiity,
and deservedly, too, for it is certainly well ap
pointed and admirably managed. Mine host,
Judson, is eonstantly on the lookout, and the
guests of the house reoeive all the attention
whioh is necessary to tbeir comfort. Having
oooasion a day or two ago to visit the Hooder
capital, we found the Bates House crowded
with guests, and, from our experience, cheer
fully recommend it to the traveling pnblio,
feeling oonfident that all who patronize it will
sot regret their choioe.
Thi QCiks: City Tsstiuohial to Smith
O'Bsimf Mr. Smith O'Brien, in a 'letter
dated Cahirmoyle, October 10, acknowledges
the receipt of the chair manufactured by Mr.
N. Harris, and presented to him by the Irish
men of this city. He adds: "Few incidents
have occurred to me in life which, have
given me so much pleasure as those which
ettended my recent excursion to the United
States, Canada and Newfoundland; and even
if this memorial had been intriniioslly lees
costly than it is, I could not have looked to
it without remembering with pleasure my
visit to Cincinnati."
SiBiovs Aocidint to a Labors!. -A man
named Paterlok Merlin, eneaeed in ' oarryins
a heavy load of brioks to the second-story of a
house In process of erection, on Freeman-street,
near Bank, by the tipping of a board on whioh
be stepped, was preoipltated into the cellar, a
distanoeof nearly thirty feet. His left shoul
der was dislocated by the fall, three of hit ribs
were broken, and besides these he was injured
internally to a degree whioh almost preoludes
the possibility of recovery. After hit wounds
had been attended to by a neighboring phyii
oian the unfortunate man was carried to his
family, which resides on Western-row, a short
distance from the Brighton House.
Mar Robbed at a Bagnio. A nan from
Roohester, New York, named Joseph P. Glass,
visited a bagnio on Elm-street, night before
last, and while there, through the effeot of a
large quantity of villainous wine, whioh he
bad Imbibed at the solicitation of some of the
inmates of the establishment, be became so
imbued with the spirit of Somnus that he fell
into nis arms uneonsotous. wnua in this state
he now asserts, that he wm robbed of $72 in
money and a watch worth about (30. When
ho awoke he was lying on the floor in one of
the rooms, whioh was as dark as Krebui. snd
upon complaining of the treatment he had re
ceived was rudely ordered from the house.
He thinks it better to say nothing to the au
thorities in regard to tbe matter, and says that
under the circumstances hit experience was
Hymeneal Hegira—A Pair of Bucolic
Lover at Metropolitan Hotel.
Binoe Aphrodite-rose near Cyprus's shore
fresh from the soft creation of tbe ocean's
foam, tbe power of female beaut, both with
godi and men, has been acknowledged and
revered. The stern and stubborn nature of
tbe male, although it sprung from seeming
adamantine hearts, has tender grown beneath
her rosy smile, and her delioious voioe, with
coinage sweet of honied words, has conquered
oft theoonquerersof the world, as when Cleop
atra won Antony from glorious wars to the
enobanting nothingness of her kisses and
Far more than this, however, has the sex
received from beauty's goddess as a boon, and
well do they know how to use tbe Haaren-de-soended
gift. What smiles oan not effeot their
tears accomplish, and every eye-born pearl
that o'sr the oheek of beauty glides is rich to
her as diamonds newly washed from Peru's
limpid streams: for men who see them count
tbelr cost by heart-throbs.
We have often thought it muoh to be re
gretted that this mystio power did not extend
from daughters to their parents) but here the
sex has its excuse. A holy lore will cover oft a
multitude of sins; and let us hope that, In the
Instance we are about to relate, the Cupid that
cheated this eouple into Hymen's arms, may
win for them the blessings of the father from
whom the girl esoaped. .
Yesterday before the dawn had heralded
the approach of day, a party consisting of Ave
Connies drove nnto tha Walr,nt..trat Hn. l
buggies, and were ushered into the drawing-
ruuw Dreamless witn nasie. une person was
dlsoatohed for a tniniatnr. who ahn.tlir ofi.
arrived, and another to the Probate Court,
where a marriage lioense was Immediately ob
tained. Not half an hour elapsed before this
trnstinff twain were rendered Ann. anil then th
following story was related:
ine parties restae in nenton county, Ken-
mch-y, aooui twenty-nve mUes fromta's eity :
long had loved each other and bad prayed
U ... .flL. t . 1 1 1 . J .
jjaicuio ui tue gin to oiess toe union ot
their dark-eyed "Kate" with the handsome,
although rustic, "Edward," whom her soul
had chosen for its own soul's own.
ifiis they refused and the negation of the
love the COUnle bnrA Aajth ntha Fan A11a1
the eyes of "Kate" with tears, and the proud
u - . r . t- i ... ... ,,,, .
ueoiiui -iuwara wim Diuerness ana woe.
The prayers of beauty never fell on harder
hearts ; and rosy Love has seldom found a
pair more willing to be led nnto the altar
where sacrifice ia made to Hymen.
On Thanksgiving night, some of the friends
of "Kate" gave a party, to whioh she, together
with her beloved, were invited. The parents
itof our heroine would not permit her to attend
however, if she was accompanied by "Edward;"
but when another suitor, whom they favored
more, proposed to aooompany their daughter,
they gladly yielded their consent, and gaily
she started for the house of her friend.
As might have been expected, "Edward"
was there before her, and, whispering their
1. - i . f 1 1 l ...
luiBuuuug wi a wuHiy jew, tney urovo to tnis
city where, as wo have already related, they
found freedom from a father's flat in the
wreath of orange blossoms, which eft, alas 1
is but a chain to bind together hearts long
after they have ceased to love.
Soon afl tba eeremnnv Tvn.fi mlil fha n.vfv
happy what a wealth of sarcasm is there in
the word as such Darties UBuallv are. returned
to their homes. Tbe bride was pretty, and
somewhat like that one which Sir John Suok-
linff saw; foe tVia man Innlcail v.ra ttitink - tf
they would like to oooupy the place of the
uriuegroom, ana me lemaies oi tne party, by
their glances plainly told how muoh they
wished to take the position of the gay, light
hearted, newly-wedded "Kate."
Polici Court. Twenty oases were before
Judge Lowe yesterday morning, among whioh
tbe following were tbe moBt noticeable:
Michael Feeny, arrested upon a charge of
staoDing witn intent to kill a man named
John Lawler, at a wedding which took place
on Monday last, was examined. The story ws
related in regard to the matter then was re
hearsed in detail by the witnesses before the
Police Court. The pbysioian attending the
wounaea man gave it as nis opinion tnat bis
patient would recover, and Feeny was held in
tbe sum of $2,500 for his appearance at the
next term of the Court of Common Pleas.
Andrew Sarver, an Individual who has
gained a rather unenviable notoriety, partly
from the faot that he has been guilty of the
superlative meanness of visiting bagnios and
abusing their inmates, was sentenced to three
days in the dungeon of the County Jail for as
saulting a woman named Adams, and fined
$10 and oosts for assaulting another named
Green, both persons of somewhat elastis chas
tity, residing on Homo-street.
A fellow named Josbo Durkee was arraimed
upon two charges of petty larceny, having
stolen a coat and vest from some tailor on
Main-street, upon one of tbese he was ten
tenotd to three months imprisonment at hard
labor in the County Jail, and upon the other
to pay a fine of $20 and oosts, and to make
restitution in double tbe value of the property
A young man named George Kimball was
nrougnt into uourt, and the person who ar
rested him produoed a very formidable look
ing revolver, whioh he asserted was found
upon his person. He was fined $10 and oosts.
Cincinnati and thi Wrik. The weather
during the week has been variable, and the
departed day-aaugntors are buried in robes
of cloud and sunshine, with the eopious tears
of heaven falling as we write upon their tomb.
The tomperature has been mild, and more
like spring than the last of Autumn ; some
of the days beautiful and genial as a poet's
heart could desire, andthera gloomy enough
to please a Manfred's mood.
Business has been fairly active both In the
wholesale ana retail trade, though notso muoh
o as it should be at this season. The warm
weather has interferred somewhat with the
hog market, but a number of porkers have
been packed, xne noteia are inner than they
were last week, and the "Western Athens" is
quite roplete with strangers. When the after
noons were pleasant, the thoroughfares were
thronged with fine and elegantly-dressed
women, who represent the North, South, East
ana west; eacn seouon ot tne union meeting
in mis ousy center.
The different places of amusements, amoni
them the Opera-house and the theaters, have
been well attended on the nights that were not
inolement, and the leoture and concert-rooms
have contained intellectual and appreciating
audiences. The full activity of the Queen City
has not yet been reached, but will be with the
ooming or tne December month.
Estimated Exhndituris of thi Boabo or
Citv Impbovixsntb DniiNO thb Cohiro
Month. At the regular session of the Board of
City improvements, neid yesterday morning,
the Clerk was directed to transmit to the City
Auditor the following estimate of the expenses
of this department for the coming month
BUILDING AND REPAIRING.
Culverts and Bridges.,.,,,,,..,,. sMseoetetit
Paring Intersection 1,000 00
Repair of Accepted Bowlderad Streets......... 700 09
Salaries.. M...ra.....n...w..M....... ' 310 01)
CleauingStreets..........,......n.....,H.........,.. 2,2M 01)
Quarterly Paymente.............'...............,... 1,900 00
StAtlon6ry,....,....,..M....,.,N....,.M...,..,.M,MM..., 36 oo
.... Sll.lSo 00
Tm Latb Riot Oasb in Elm-btbest. The
case of Michael Boethegen, Christian Clement
and Charles Mlldenberg, who were arrested
a day or two ago, upon a warrant issued at
the instance of Gottfried Jossuer, charging
them with entering his house, located on Elm
etroet, near the Hamilton-road, and mali
ciously destroying his furniture was yesterday
dismissed by Justiee Bell, the prosecuting
witness failing to appear. The affair, we be
lieve, was settled by the payment of twenty
dollars on the part of the rioters, whioh we
B resume more than covered all the damage
lat was done. -
0tstbr8. The lovers of oysters are invited
to call on Robert Orr.No. 11 West Fifth-street.
He keeps none but the first quality, and per
sons purchasing from him oan rely upon it
that they have the best in the market.
Union Criokst Club Thb Maich on
Thanksoivipo Dat The closing match of
tbe 'Union Criohet Club was played at their
grounds, near East Walnut Hills, day before
yesterday. The earth Was quite damp and
unpleasant, whioh rendered the playing lese
spirited than it would otherwise have been;
still thoso who witnessed epjoyed it, and the
attendance was quite fair.
The olub seems now to have made Itself a
fixed institution, and an opportunity will soon
be given those who desire to participatein this
manly sport to connect themselves with it.. :
The following is tbe score of the matoh of
Thursday, by which it will be seen that Hat
tersley's side beat their opponents in a single
inning snd had five runs to spare:
A. Rradshaw, run out , 3
J. Hatteraley, bowled by Bnuisbiw. r.
B. t. N 0. Dvbeck.hit wlckot....... 14
Karnes, bowled by Harvey i
Illrkenshire, leg before wicket 0
Williamson, run out...... 4
Wheeldon, bowled by Biadshaw...
Jacobs, caught and bowled by Oooltd.o 2
A. Bown, caught and bowled by (Joolldge.... (.
p. Rnyderatomped l)radahaw.........-............. )
McKay, notout ....-..,..,..-,.........,........ 0
ByeK.-.......... .. 1
Jieg Bye 1
Total.,..,....:..... .'. . 98
COOLIDGE'S SIDE—FIRST INNINGS.
8. Harvey, run out
J. Crooks, bowled Hatteraly
W. H. Coolldge, bowler) Karnes ...........
w n,u.k... v.nn.i...i un.i..
8. Hattersly, bowled Eames .',"..'."".'!!
wnjrw, ruu UUI...HH. (.... ...
Curtis, run out
Jacobs, bowled Batteraly..,..
Thnmii llA.n nnt.nl
Jas Hatteraly, caught by fame's."
vvniieve, uoi out
J. Harvey, bowled by Karnes
J. Crooks, bowled by Eames
W. H. Coolldge, caught Kamea bowled Hattersly,
W. Bra'' saw, bowled Eames
8. Hattersly, bowled J. Hatterly......... .,
George, run out
Curtis, bowled Hatterslv
Thos. Bown, bowled Hattersly......
j as. uatiersiv. not out
'Wallace, bowled Hattersly
No balls ..
County Boabd or Eqoamzation. The com
mittee, from tha Rna-it nf liVnalL..;.,., V
u v. uhb, WU .
Delhi, Millcreek and Storrs Township, report-
. 1 . 1 . . . ,
vu, ruBHiusji, blot a, careim review 01 mere-
turns, and recommended that ten per oent. be
added to Delhi Tnwnahin. valn.il ton no
and taken off Storrs valued $696 39 per acre!
1 . it. J '
iu view 01 us uepreoiaiion ot suburban prop
erty within the last few years. Millcreek
Townshin. the committer, airre.rl h nuM a-
main at the return appraisement $206 98 per
acre, as mere was a targe amount of exempted
property in the township which will increase
tbe value of the taxable property.
PaOOIBDIMiS OF THIS COUNTY CoMUIBSIONERB.
At the regular session of the County Commis
sioners yesterday morning one order only was
passed, whioh amounted to $10, to defray the
funeral expenses of Miohael Fahr, non-resident
Mr. Isaiah Rogers, Architect and Superinten
dent of the Carthage Lunatic Asylum, notified
the County Commissioners yesterday morning
that Wesley M. Cameron had completed his oon
traot to build the South-western Lunatic Asy
lum, and that he was now ready to give the
building into their possession.
Tbe following oommunioation was reoeived
by the Board from Nicholas Longwortb, but
no action was taken upon it:
CINCINNATI, November 24, 1852.
To tub County ComnasiONrEs: When I offered
you as many acres of stone ground on Deercreek, to
quarry in aamRny years as you wished, and free of all
cbarge, and bound to cut down no moie acres than it
was yonr Interest to do, close to tbe twelve acres
jhere former County Commissioners are charged
$30,000 per acre for quarrying on four acres, you
stated as your roason tor giving it no reply that you
thought I was lu jest. I have there one hundred
acres of more value for stone quarrying than thefonr
acres where the stono is to co.t $30,000 per acre. To
enable you to hold one legally bound in it st, I altered
the proposition in writing, and agreeing to eigne
contract not allowing yon to work it free, but to pay
yon JL'OO per acre fr every acre as fast u cut down,
and request you to let me know whim you V.011I1I so
with me ana visit the ground. You bare never an
swered the request, aud you spoke then of a disposi
tion to buy some ground on Lick Bun that was of
fered for sale,
I offered yon stone ground in the same vicinity at
aless nrico. but felt bound to tell you that my land,
as well aa theoihor ground offered you for sale.would
be a hard bargain as a st ne quari y, as the charge of
hauling tbe stone to the parte of the city where stone
would be In demand, would be netrly as much per
perch as the stone would aell for. This reason, I was
then told, led you to docllne a purchase.
Hinco then it has been stated that you contemplate
a'purchase there at IWOO per acre. I presume this is
a mistake, and that you have not changed your opin
ions. If you have, I have a piece of ground there,
aud the Bams I formerly offered, abundaut in tine
stone, and tho top of the hill a beautiful location for
a residence, and a dnolli' g.houee on tbe land, that I
will sell you at losa than $300 per acre.
When yon visit tbe ten acres, yon can examine It,
Stbert Railboadb. The subject of Street
Ballroada is now being agitated among our citizens,
and a company is in process of formation, whose de
design It is to inaugurate this great practical reform
In our method of street travel. A t present the best, and
perhaps only means of conveyance for passengers,
from one part of the city to another, is an expioss)
wagon or adray. It is now proposed to establish rail
roads through the principal streets of our city, termi
nating at the crossing of Front and Scott or Front and
Greenup. streets, in order to permit a continued con
nection wth the roads of Cincinnati when the bridge
across the Ohio River shall have been built. The
S rejectors of this scheme am euergetlc and responst
le men, all of whom are cltlr.ens of Cevington. A
Eetltlon asking acharter Is in the bands of amem
srof the Council, who proposes to agitate the sub
ject at the next meetinn of that body. There roads
oan no longer be regarded aa an experiment, their
convenience; and practical utility having been abun
dantly demonstrated in Cincinnati, Our Council can
now profltfrom the errors committed In that city,
and at once grant a chatter which will need little or
Anotbbb Warnino to Republicans. The
following is a copy of a letter which was reoelvod
yesterday by Mr. Abnsr Williams, of this place,
through tbe Postoffico. We believe the meeting
was "private," very, as no one knew anything of it
until this lotter was received :
"COVINGTON, November 23, 1859.
"Ma. Williams: At a private meeting, held re
cently by the citizens of Covington, it was resolved
that a committee be appointed to Inform you, by
letter, that the principles yon entertain upon the
question of slavery are in direct opposition to the
interests of the slaveholding citizens of this State;
and It was further resolved that you be requested to
move to the other side of the river within two weeks
from tbe above date. If you do not obey this warning,
you and your confedrates mas; sntfer the conse
Candidate for City Cleric. We have
heard the names of several gentlemen apoken of in
connection with the office of City Clerk, to be filled
at the next Janaary election, prominent among
which is Mr. John R. Bicke, who has been for some
time enffased as Princinal of one of our nnhlio
schools. His qualifications are undoubted, and, if
riectea, ne win no uouot give entire satisiaction.
The convention to pass upon his claims to a nomi
nation, will convene on Monday next.
Personal. Ii. J. Bradford, a resident of
Bracken county, nasbeen recommended as a suitable
person for President of the State Board of Agri
culture, vice Brutus Clay, who declines re-election.
"Oob Own Club." The party given by this
enterprising club on Thursday evening was largely
attended, and passed off very pleasantly. The dark
eyed daughters of our city were there In goodly num
bers, and iu the mates of the merry dance laughed at
the gliding heura until the dav-dawn drove them
home to dream of the conquests they had mnde. .
. . Rewards ov Merit. Misses Lewis, Stewart,
Stein and Summers were each presented with a beau
tiful book by Major J. B. Halfam, one of the mem
bers of tbe School Board, yesterday, at a toka of his
appreciation of their efforts in composition,
City or Newfobt vs. Marshal Coos.
The defendant in this case was discharged yesterday,
the prosecuting witness, Huntly, falling to appear.
Absent. Mayor Hawkins has been absent
from town for two or three days, and consequently
police itema are scarce.
Drowned, A horse attached to a dray was
drowned In the river day before yesterday, just below
tne lerrj-ianuing on me uncinnau aiae.
1 r: xui3 1... T j. 11... at r
nuiiun-vu.iwr, uig osuujr, 1u.1u17.c1, vum,
Superior, Louisville; Forest Qneen, Madison; Mag
nolia, Mayeville; Kanawha V.lley, Kauawna; Ellen
(iray, Kanawha; Dunleith. Neville; Virginia Dome,
Neville; Swallow, Parkersbnrg.
ISEFABTuaiai liijpper. jjigoauay; magnolia, aiays
Tills; Superior, Louisville; Courier, Wheeling; Forest
uneen, maaison; Atma, new uricans; uray Ciagie,
Marietta; Dunleith, Neville; Virginia Home, Neville;
Key West, Pittsburg.
Pike's Oprna-iiowv. Tbe lagune-like
s'r'" left night did not prevent a fair attendance
atthBOra-tiuuse.ainl the cMll November blset with
out, wan a gix-rt acrfimrmvinient l the Icy, adamant
ine Masio.k II i:RTaiihiu. The "Marco" of Mra Con
way wa pliywl in a mil liner which evinced a just con
ception 01 the part it la niiirepresented lo the En
glish acting copy of the play and sufficient power to
translate it correctly. Mr. Oonway'a "Ducatelet"
wee very good, hut in the (bird act was somewhat
overtime. The character of the gentle "Marietta"
was admirably played lir Bertha Stanley, who, with
nor sweet el-npllcity in this part has already won the
hearts ot all who have witneaied ber impersonation,
and brought tears to many eyea heretofore iuured to
the melting mood.
To-night Kolzebue'a8Taaora, and Morton's All
In Not Gold That Gutties, will ho produced with
Ur.aud Mrs. Conway lu the principal roles. ,,
Wood's Tsiatsi. This establishment, last
night, w filled upon the occasion of the benefit of
Mr. Rlchinifs. The clever comedy of Extremes was
admirably presented and well rcelved. Mies nich
ing enact, the character of "Mra. Croeby" to the
lifo, and plaudit, of her audience testified their ap
proval or the performance. The play will be re
peated this evening, b.it In consequence of Ita length
no farce will be enacted.
National Theater. The splendid spectacle
or Faust ahd Maioucbite continues to draw good
audiences to the National. We have already apoken
of the magnificent style In which it has been put
upon the stage, and cau only add to what we have
already said that the pictures with which It abounds
deserve to be seen by every lover of the spectacular
To-night Mr. J. B. Roberts will appear as "Sir Ed
ward Mortimer" inColemana play of tin laox CaasT,
a character In which he plays admirably.
Monetary and Commercial.
The low prtce of Exchange at this point,
and the inability of bankers to dispose in Baltimore
of Virginia Bank-notes at a better rate on an average
than discount, caused the issues of that State to be
separated yesterday from the par funds, and to be
placed at a discount of H per cent.; tbe Wheeling
Banks only being excepted from this new regulation
The demand for Currency was active at the Bank
inn houses, but the supply was better than at the be
sinning of the week, on account of the remittances
here from points North and West for Exchange,
tiooil papr still ruled at HVA12 per cent, in the regu
lar quarters, but none aave customers of the Discount-houses
wore accommodated at those figures.
Eastern Kxchango was in more demand yesterday
at H buying and H premium selling; the supply ha v.
tng diminished somewhat from the fulling off In the
offerings of Pork and Produce bills. Gold is heavy
and nominal. Missouri is still purchased at 1J4, and
Iowa, Illinois aud Wisconsin at 2c. discount.
Flour became quite active yesterday, influenced by
the NewVork news, and superfine advanced fully lac.
per barrel, Whiskey was unaltered, the demand con
Hogs have been active since Wednesday, and prices
advanced at least 250., the market closing buoyant,
and 2, too head selling during tbe past two days.
Provisions were brisk. Wheat went up 2c. per bushel,
and other kinds of Grain were steady.
The imports and exports of most the principal ar
ticles for the forty-eight hours ending yesterday
noon, wore as follows :
IMPORTJ-Flour, 8,036 brls.; Whisky, 2,127 brls.;
Corn, ll,r52 bushels; Wheat, M12 bushels; Oats, 4,751
bushels; Bnr.ey, 3,349 bushels', Hogs, 7,019 head; Sugar,
nhds.; Molasses, 191 brls.; Coffee, 4,3211 bags; Apples,
2H4 brls.; Butter, kegs; Gheew, 1,097 boxes; Po
tatoes, 721 brls.; Salt, 2,03S barrels.
ExrosTS-Flour, fi,4iil brls ; Whisky, 3,303 brls.;
Corn, 430 bush.; Wheat, 4,276 bush j Oats, 76 bust.;
Barley, .bush.; Sugar, 31 hhds.; Molasses, 74 brls.;
Coffee, 1,331 bags; Apples, 130 brls.; Butter, 227 kega;
Cheese, !J7ii4 boxes; Lard, brls., aud kega; Po
tatoes, 61 brls.; Salt, 710 barrels.
Thursday's New York Times observes concerning
In Money affaire we hear of no change in discount
rates. Tbe discount brokers report a good Inquiry
for strictly prime lists of Paper 6)i(d)7 per cent.fd'JO
days to 6 months, and 6 per cent, for choice 60-day
acceptances. At most of the banks the regular deal
era pay 7 percent. The supply of Money on tempo
rary loan was quite free at o.t per cent.(3)6 per cent,
on account of the Intervening holiday, whioh gives
two days'. Interest until Friday. There was nothing
done in Exchange after the Asia sailed. She took
only $5,000 inspocie.
Last week's statement of the Boston Banks com
pares as follows with that of the previous week:
Loans and Discounts, increase tt49,63l
Specie, decrease ; 199,209
Due from other Banks, decrease 34,013
Due to other Banks, increase. ... 62,817
Deposits, decrease ,. 31,924
Circulation, decrease...... 68,208
W. T. Coleman & Co.'a circular of October 17 has
the followiog in regard to the San Francisco Money
There nn change to note in tbe rates of interest,
nor especial requirement for accommodations at
prefent. Monar is said to be tight, though there is
no deficiency of capital for loans on satisfactory se
curity. During the past week the receipts of bullion
fr m t he interior have been unusually luge for the
wason, for which fact there ia no satisfactory ac
counting, as this is a season when a regular diminu
tion ia looked for.
Exports or TnnAstiai. Tbe exports of treasure
from San Francisco for tbe year 1S99 were as follows;
October 1 lo October 25..., 13,587,246 67
Previously exported this year... 36,757 424 00
Total . S40,544,T70 67
Corresponding period of lo5s 39,401,818 00
Excess or ISM over 1658 ; .$1,142,952 67
New Tobk Cattie Mks;t, Thursday, November
a.. i no iitve biock markets nave oeen less ireeiy
euDidied during n week east. For tha week ending
yesterday, the total receipts at tbe regular yards of
animals destined for slaughter, numbered: Beef
came, 4,2iiu; veai caives, m ; sueep ana mains, 13,414;
.'.vine, 11,402; also, of milk cows, 123. Total 29,610;
an excess over last week of l,7.M, the increase in
swine more thau counterbalancing the decrease in
beeves and veal. At yesterday's general market,
transaction, were not brisk, except for sheep; the
large -upply of poultry lessened the demand lor beef
mid veal materiul, though the lessened supply of
cattle enabled owners to advanco their price H(5Sc.
per pound, estimated dtessed weight, over the low
rntea current last Wednesday. A few of the belt
cattle sold at lO.Sic, and good nt UiS)IOc. Veals were
a little lower. Sheep anu lambs advanced about 25o.
per head. Swine sold near Mo. lower, with prices
declining, ilikb cows are dull of sale at low prices
Yesterday's St. Louis papers, observe of Money
matters in that city:
The Banks are very quiet, discounting but little,
yet some little of their money 1b sent to tbe country
tor bog Investments. Both city and country Banks
are restricted iu their circulation by the demands
upon them forcoin or exchange. The demands upoti
the Banks at Lexington, we learn, were met with
the gold nromntly. The scarcity of Exchango ia
Heverelv felt. The Savings Institutions draw in some
instances at 1M premium; a certain limited class of
customers were accoiumouiuea at premium tor
Eastern Sight, but others hail to pay 1 per cent.,
while those having no special claims paidlM. The
state oavings nam its rates to outsiders at 1ft. new
Orleans is m small supply, and firm at I per cent,
piemiuni. Currency ia plentiful enough at H dis
count as the buying, and J discount as the selling
CINCINNATI MARKET—NOVEMBER 25.
FLOUR The demand was quite active to-day,
uuder the newa from New York, aud prices of super
tine advanced fully 15c. per barrel. The sales add np
.1 (mo brls., closing at Si3 10 for superfine, and
$0 15iSi5 50 for extra.
WHISKY Thara la no change. The demand is
good: sales of 1,900 brls., Including 400 brls. yester
day, at 23c , Including that from wagon.
HOGS The demand has been quite active since
our last, and prices have advanced fully 25 per
cent., Closing ouoyant, witn a general opposition to
nnrf.liM.A Tha anlM Hnrlnff thii fluv enmitrlM!
410 head averaging 200 lbs. at $5 85
210 bead averaging 2uo lbs. del'd next week at S 75
350 head averaging 210 lbs. at........,.......... 6 90
410 head averaging 915 lbs. at........................... A 96
S.M) head averaging 220 lbs. at............................ 6 00
and head averaging 116 lbs. at..........,................J 97t
6110 head averaging 240 lbs P.N.T.
150 head averaging 190 lbs. at........................ 6 85
2im head averaging 190 Ilia, at 6 80
tne receipts during tne last lurty-eigni nours com
prise 8.0(H) head.
PROVISIONS An active demand for Mess Pork,
with sales of250 brie, at 815. an advance, and 50 do.
old at (14 85. At the close 815 2615 50 were asked.
The demand la chiefly speculative. Bacon met with
a fair demand, and 150 nhds. Sides sold at 9fa9ko.
Lnrd firmer, with sales of 500 kegs at 104)'c; 50U do. at
100., anu some man parceie on. at 10c, jn nnia
meata 25,000 lbs. Shoulders, sixteen days In salt, sold
at5Mc. In green meats, the sales reach 4,900 pieces
Hams at 7 bo. Tbe market for all articles is very
nrrn ana generally ouoyant.
SROCERIE8 The market is firm at full Bricea:
sales of 400 bags Coll'ee at ll lml3o.-chlefIr 12c. for
gooa; sugar very scarce- ana nrm at v(S3J4c; mo.
lasses at .7c, and but little in the market,
1 WHEAT There is an active demand and prices
have advanced 20. per bushel, owing to the favorable
reports from New York; prime white Is held at 81 25,
and prime red at 81 16: sales of 3,500 bushels fair
white at $1 IS; 1,600 do. prime do., at Mayaville, at
$: 15; 800 do. good do- at 81 19; 150 do. good do. at
CORN The market Is Arm, with a good demand at
4546c.: sales or 300 bushels at Marietta Depot, at
OATS There is a good demand, and prices ar
steady at 4.V0.: sales of 1,0110 bushels In bulk at 46c.
RYE There ia a good demand for prime at 760.
BARLEY There is a good demand, and price are
steady at 7073o. tor prime fall, anil bOtji&V. for fair
to good: sales of 3,000 frushela good fall, at, Mayaville,
CHEESE Tbe market is Arm with an active de
mand: sales of 1 ,4) boxes Western Reserve at 9c,;
300 do. English Dairy at Ho.
BDTTKR There is a lair demand for prime roll,
and prices are steady at 1V31I7c.: sales 01 30 barrels
prime roll at 17c; 6 do. choice do. at 19o.
APPLES There Is a better demand, but price ar
unchanged: sales of SO brls. at $2 3. . , '
POTATOES The market la dull and without
change: sales of 500 brls. common at 81 25.
CLOVER SEED-There is an active demand at full
nrices. which ia free!, methvhnlrler.! Hale.nr3.hrls.
nt $4 75; 35 sack at 81 66; 150 bush, in tacks at 84 65.
[BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.]
Nkw Tore Mabext. November JS P. M. Flour
...ink nl.a.l .1 1.1 rW ...... Vt VfWI l.a.1.
, u ... . owik-u aim iikm.-ma.. rotter; .it ui ,,.w v.,.,
at Sis.'. 60 tor superfine State; $5 105 20 for super
tine Western: 45 2,Vni5 40 for common to medium
extra do.; ana (5 60& 76 for Inferior to good sblp-
8mg uranne extra rounn-noop vuio closing very
rm. Canadian Vlmir a .hade better! Bale 350 hrla.
at $6 2o6 36 for common to choice extra. Rye
Flour In fair reonmt at 83 600.4 80. Wheat nnlta
excited and 3&5e. higher: Bales of 58,000 bushel, at
91 ittffii is lor jnicago spring; t asjsi 23 lor wttl
waukie Olub the latter price for very choice; tl 47
(SI 63 for white Michigan, and fl 50ai At for white .
Aentucsy. itye nrmer ana more active sale el
10.000 bu.h. nt 89Mlia.0c. Barlev dull and unchanged.
Corn i l&Jc. bettet: sale of ll.ouo bushels at 96c.,
"y ?tf.'r .w(v;-" .:.
mixed Western at 77AJc ; new, and 93o.$l 01 for S
old yellow Oata quiet at 47fa)4c. for State, Wetrn
and UaoadlaB. Wbiaky ery quiet: aale of 100 brl ,
at 27)c. Pork drooping: wtlu of 2,000 hrla. at f 16
formeaj; 111 12U 25 for prime. Beef unchanged:
sale of 174 brls. at S41AH 24 for prime; 25 for ,
mesa; fMIO for repacked mew; l0 SO&U for extra '
mesa. Beef Hams unchanged. Dreed Hogs dull
at 7c, corn fell. Prime Mesa Beef Drm: Bale oi 2U0
tleroea at 819 500121'. Cut Meat quiet and un. "
changed.. Bacon dull and unchanged: tale of loo
hrla. short .Middle, at 9c. Lard without m.Urlal
alteration: sale of Ml brls. at llSnilOo. Butler
Jilentyand dull at Ut'l-r. for Ohio, and llci.Uc,
or Bute. Clieetw ralen ittvady at 8 11c.
AUCTION. SALE. By JACOB GRAFF
A CO. Second and Last Sale of Fancy Good
Imported by big. Pandolflnl A C0.-THIH MOBN
1NG, at 9 o'clock, and at 7 In the EVENING, will
be aold, the balance of the invoice of Marble, Ala
baster and Fancy Goods, at our store. No. IA East
Fourth-Href. t. The invoice must be closed out.
no26 JACOB OB AFF, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE-By KELL0aOA
Ha- WILLI AMS-8ale-rooms Wand 14 East Thirl-street.-
511 case Roots and Shoes, assorted. On SAT
URDAY. UOBN1NO, November 26, at 9X o'olock,
for eaah. 1. , .
ALSO A large stock of other Goods, aa per ad
vertisement. no25 A. KKLLOflO, Auctioneer.
AUCTION 8ALE-BT G. BRA
SHEARS A CO.-Halea-roomt Nn. 67 and 59
Maln-itreet. Regular Sal of Grocerl, Boots.
Shoes, Ac, at Auction. We will aell, on BATCH
DAY HORNING, November 26, at 9 o'clock, a gen
eral assortment of Grooerle, consisting of 36 brl.
Molasses; 250 kegs Nails: 100 bin, lb, and 5a. Tobac
co; 150 kegs Six-twist Tobacco; 109 bxt. Palm Boap;
76 boxet German Soap; 60 boxes Caadlts; 25 boxes
ALSO Buckets; Washboards; Tubs, Qlejsware;
Twine; Rope: Cordage; S. C. Soda; Ground Sploea;
Paper: Smoking Tobacco, Ac.
ALSO 250 cases Boots and Shoe
no'. f. BRASH KA'RH A CO., Auctioneers.
sTlREAT EXCITEMENT! THAT MA9-
N1F1CENT Premium Piano,
tha on that drew the premiums In I
HdaVnib H.Ul....IV ..I
I wonld reapeotfully Invite the pro-IT ft
feselon and the nubile to to call and '
ace It, together with sixty-fonr new Pianos, at re
duced prices for cash, or will rent, aud let the rent
pay for the Piano, at 72 West Fourth-street.
C. M. MCRCH.
The largest stock of Melodeons In the city, nog
"fUST RECEIVED THAT SPLENdTdT
ur noma Aiv carvea riano. riease
cull and see it. Also, Pianos of every I
vyie anu nuisn, at a great reduction a
fir cash, or will rentand let the rent!
pay for the Piano, at 66 West Fourth-
street. J. CHURCH, Jr.,
no23 Depot for Melodeons and Harmoniums.
WORTH OP PIANO MUSIC FOR
THE HOME CIRCLE.
A collection of Marches. Waltnea. Tolkaa.
Schottischea, Quadrilles. Redowas, Contra Dances,
to. A Superb Volume of Popular M u.ic. Arranger
for the Piano-forte. Price $150. In cloth J2. Copies
sent by mail. Published by J. CBORCH, J..,
noistf 66 West Fourthtreait.
HAVE ESTABLISHED THE FAOT
that they are selling lumber at their yard on
Freeman-street, next to Cincinnati, Hamilton and
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Dealers in the city.
"Quick Sales and Small Profits
18 THIIB MOTTO.
They submit tbe following llstof price:
Cash. 4 Mo V
Clear lember.all thicknesses, I in. neaa $37 50 $40 SO
Beat Common, H and 2 inch Plank,.. 28 00 30 9
Beat " I Inch Board...,. 23 76 25 04
Second " all thlekneseea.,......, 16 60 17 .
Third " Boards. 11 60 12 61
Grub Plank, face measure....... ...,, 22 50 25 0
Homlook Joist, Scantling tnd Timber... 11 60 12 60
Poplar ' " " ...... 12 60 14 011
First Common Flooring Boards, t tee s 36 00 37 6(1
Seoond " " " ........... 23 76 25 01
Tlilrd m m ....... 18 60 SO 00
Ki rat Common Weather Boards..,- 16 00 17 as
Seoond " " " 12 00 18 00
Olar Posts, 4 by 4, 8 feet, per hundred 56 00 60 00
Cedar " lbrfenoing, " " 50 00 53 66
Li-cuat " " " 20 00 22 50
A furtW reduction of 2 H per cent, will be made oa
bl lie of $500 or more.
Wehaveoneof the largestand beet selected stocks
of Lumber In the Cincinnati market, which we offer
for sale at toe atiove prices.
THOS. W. FARBIN & CO.
BY DOUBLE ENTRY
W ill save half the usual omonnt ot labor, and Is
curate and readily comprehended.
All interested in the Solenoo of Aoeonnts ar
vited to call aud examine this new method and
for themselves. '
The Evening Session will commence
ON NEXT MONDAY EVENING,
tXr Day Classes meet as usual.
E. S. BACON, Principal
J. H. DOTY, Firm AUtanf. oc?jr.f
Coal Cooking Stove,
AWABSED THB SILVER MEDAL
Held at Zaaesville, October, 1S39.
SAMPLE AND SALE-ROOMS,
JVos. 51 and 53 Vine-!..
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PATENT MACHINE-MADE PAPER
BAGS, for Grocers, Druggist, Tea Dealers and
others, marie from extra quality of Wrapping, Ma
nilla and White Tea Paper.
200,000 No. 1 Wrapping and Manilla;
, 300,000 No. 2
, , 200,000 No. 3
200,000 No. 4
200,000 No. 6 " .. . '
200,000 No. 10 . ...
200,000 No, 12 .. ' " ,
200,000 No. 16 , , "
20o,ooon. w !':'
200,009 No. 20. ,
200,000 No. 25 "
2011,000 No. I White Tea Bags;
200,000 No. 2 " ,
200,000 No. 3 1 ' - "
The above are pat up la package ot 500 haga eii ,
We ar manufacturing from ilxty lo seventy-five
thousand Bag per day.
rtliON & CHATFIEIiD.
Paner Baa Mannfaj-.turMra.
And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
' 77 and 79 Walnut-street.
lOODS FOR THANKSGIVING). NEW
Raisina, new Figs, new Currant, Prun,
Almond., Pecana, Filberts, Cream Huts, Ac, la
store and, for sale by
OBN FKRansOH. Grocer.
Corner of Ninth and Vine-street.
' ' Patent Sign Depot.
j,. . lTo. 210 Weitern-row,
WHHERE T HOSE BEAUTIFUL C AST
Iron Block Letters are manufactured. ,
sWAllwork V.rmeUd to sits satisfaction.'
Addles UnollLwJ B. WABD.
CHAMBERLAIN & CO,