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WANTED.
I , "WAHT8," "FOB Alii," "TO LIT," "L08T,"
FOCND,"o.,ln thleoolumn, occupying live Udm
or ujee.twotaseHione.twerjtr.Bveosnts.
WANTED TO TRADE Six flrat-olsse
. . SEWINw MACHINES for new or second-
5f ,J .l"' ?V '!,ood or grooeriee. Inquire at
Ko. lot Fourth-street, Boom Mo. a, up etatra, novb
VJiANTE D A respectable woman m pro-
, "mvyum,iaiimiii .amity, must dob
good yaaher and ironar. Tha bait city reference re
Hired. Inquire, from nntll II o'clock, at No. 406
Seventh-etreet, between Cutter asd Lion. aoHb
WA N TED IMMEDIATELT A Gar
dener) alao twoOlrli to go to the country,
ana as Cook and the other to aasist In Housework.
uooa retiaote nelp, male and female, to be seen and
luraire quit, as oiyomoa, no. au7 aim ana mnta-
street.
inoaVDJ THUUAB atUUHANAIi
w
ANTED A good COOK.' Apply at
no. aw EMTeniD'Hreec. dozvd
WANTED -A SITTJATION-By .mid
dle aged man, in Wboleaale Orooary or Dry
Oooda House aa salesman; is acquainted with the
business; can control a large and valuable trade
from this8tateandlndlana. Beat of reference siren.
Address BKIOB, at thia office. uoiob
WANTED A 8ITCATI0N-A, Ship
ping or Entry Clark In a wholesale grocery
or commission bonae, by a young man who writes a
(food head, and who haa had eighteon months ex
perience aa delivery clerk and salesman In a Drat
clue retail grocery in au eastern city. The Tery beat
reference given. Addreaa "Y," care of 0. B. Hunt,
Walnut-street.
17"ANTED BOY An active Intelligent
T- to. East and South thia winter. Ho
mutt be capable of writing neat hand, aid here a
S"?i dotlotv generally. Inquire o ALFBBD
URWETT. No. IM fifth street. no28o
ANTED B0ABDER8 A lady and
gentleman, or two gentlemen, can have a
comfortable front room with board in a prirate fam
ily. Apply at7 Nlntb-atreet, between Walnut and
Vine-streets no28b"
WANTED DAY BOARDERS At 287
Western-row, between George and Berentb.
Terma 2 per week. no23b
WANTED Clerks, book-keepers, tales
D10D. hftF1cmtMra. Tv.rrre. rnrtnaraj MPMn.
. .M-rBwi, gruitoia, vuvrom urarptju'
wn, mCDKn1cR, latioren and others, can find litua
ttoDd at tha Mvrchiuita' Ctorba Beatntry Office, 1 3
WANTED PARTNER Ad active young
man as partner In a paying caah bualneaa. Be
oan receive halt the protita or a permanent situation
at a fair salary. $160 capital required. Apply to
MALI. A 00., No. 128 Walnut-street, north'
DON'T READ THIS.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY,
ANY NUMBER OP
ACTIVE YOUNG MEN
TO engage in eiroulsting by subscription,
some new highly ornamental and entertaining
Books, Maps, Charts, Ao. Men now operating clear
from B2o to $1911 per month. (Jail and examine the
stock and get a descriptive circular, look at tuitliuo
nlala of agents now opperating, Ao.
Consultation free. Call soon.
HACK It. BABNITZ, Publisher,
oc28am 36 W. 4th Street, (up stairs.)
FOB SALE.
FOR SALE A fine lot of Shelving, two
Counters, Office Store, Desk, Grocery Blna, Ac,
suitable for a grocery, bakery or otherwise. The
above goods are in good oondltion, and will be told
cheap foroash. Apply at the Housa-fumlsbing Ue.
pot, No. 34 JCssi I
t IMth-street-w. Carter, proprietor.
IjlOR SALE The FURNITURE of a room,
consisting of high-post bedstead, chairs, wash
stand, stove, carpet and bedding. Can be teen for a
few days at 12 o'clock, Room So. 64, International
Saloon, Sycamore-street. no2Vb
FOR SALE One FIRE-PROOF SAFE, of
Urban, Dodd A Co.'s make, in good order.
Call at No. 125 Walnut-streot, between Third and
Fourth. no29b'
FOR SALE DOG A fine, large watch
dog, suitable for store keepers. Can be seen at
Fifth-street Market-house, corner Fllthand Walnut
streets, thla morulng. no28b
FOR SALE THE LATE RESIDENCE
or 8. K. HA8H0TJR. The undersigned offers
for aale the abore property situated between Cam
bridge City and Cast Germantown, Ind., the sums
being a good house, nearly new, with all necessary
outbuildings, and tweni y acres of as good land aa can
be found in old Wayne. The property In well sup
plied with shrubbery of all kinds, in addition to
which there is an orchard of the host varieties of
fruit, just beginning to bear. The property would be
tery desirable to a farmer who would want to retire.
Tor terms address B. K. UASHOCR,
Indianapolis.
Or apply personally to SAM. H. HAHH0UI1,
nn2iaw Cambridge City,
FOR SALE A fine Steel Rolling-Mill,
four Inch, suitable for a dontist or jeweler; also
a Lathe suitable fur a wood-turner, for sale at a rone,
onable price, by calling at MHKDD A WELSH'S, No.
110 West fifth-street, between Vine and Kane.
no23awJ
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT A COFFEE-HOUSE Now
doing a good business, with fixtures for aale.
Inquire at Mo. 113 Thlrd-Btreet, in the premises.
lno29hi t
FOR RENT At Nos. 08 and 100 Milton
street, THKKE APARTMENTS, entirely die.
tinot, with good yards, water, Ac, consisting of one
if two rooms, onoof three and one of tour suited
for small families. Inquire at Prospect Hill Cot
tsge, just above. no29b'
FOR RENT COTTAGE A oottage with
anveral rooms; a brick house centrally located,
suitable for families; there is a good yard and hydrant
attached; will be rented low to prompt paying ten
ants. Inquire of CHABL1E, at the Press Ofl.ce.
fuoWj
OR RENT ROOMS Suitable for rall
rond, law or Insurance offices, on aeconrl and
third floors, in four-story building opposite the
frees Office. The building baslbeen newly re-palnted
aad re papered. AU in good older, Apply at tho
Press Office. no!9
BOARDING.
BOARDING Two or three gentlemen can
obtain a large room, with board, and the com
forts of a borne, at No. 209 SeTenth-street. Gas in
the room. Befereucea required noijb
BOARDING A few young men can ob
tain first olsss Board and a qalet home at No.
IM Plum-street, near Fourth. no29b'
BOARDING Two gentleman oan be ac
commodated wltba front room in a private
family, with board, at No. 321 fourth-atreet. no39b
STOLEN.
SUPPOSED TO BE STOLEN. On Thura
5 day, November 24, a young man supposed him
to be a German, and giving the name of August
Palmer hired of me a black bob-tail Hare, about
eight yeors old. and a Top-bnsgy pretty well worn,
Ba d he was going nTteen miles on tba New Bich
mond road, tu an uncle's of the same name. He
waa to have been back the next day (Tnday) at
noon. Not having leturned, I am lea to believe it
haa been stolen. I will liberally reward any one
who will return the horse and buggy, or give soy
information concerning the same. f. MCHUV,
M2e Broadway Hotel Stable, Cincinnati.
LOST.
T OST STAR BREASTPIN, GOLD On
MJ Thursday last. The finder will be reasonably
rewarded by leaving It at No. 40 Walnut-street.
soiili' TWKK1 A BIBLET,
T OST RING Yesterday (Friday) morn
JLi lng, a large massive Gold Ring, with " Wm. T.
Simpson" engraved on thelnsldt, on the corner of
Fourth and Walnut-streets, is reward will be paid
or Its delivery at the N. W. corner of Sixth and
losnd-streeta. no2Cd
aWawawtejpagsawsMsswswssssssaaawsssaBMswawasw
MUSICAL.
REAT EXCITEMENT! TflAT MAO-
N1MCENT Premium Piano,
tho one that drew the irrnnituma in i
new inrx. new Jersey and eriuout.
1 vnnld reHncctfiillv Invite the nro-
feiuion and the nubllo to tonnM and
see it, together with sixty-four newPlauos, atre
dneed prices for caah, -or will rent, and let tba rent
pay for the Piano, at 72 Woat jTouith-atroet.
C, H. MCBCQ.
Tba largeat stock of Helodeona In the city. noM
JUST R KCEIVED THAT SPLENDID 1
Lonls XIV carved Piano. Please -y.
eall ana see ll. Also, rinutn ui every,
atyle and finlsb, at a great reduction I
Wiwwsrw, "-"V'elin.nit v.
iio23 ' Depot for Melorteonj ftod MarmoutHDH.
21? Pi ffc WORTH OF PIANO MUSIC FOR
THB HOME CIRCLE.
Ad-.U.U M(P Vaae.1.Al WaslftM. Pallet!.
sjuilr)lWrll Vf isasxts vutvi n wn ev. -
Hchotttschefl, Anadrilles, Rsdowaa, Contra Dances,
Ao. A Superb volasna or Popular Ma.ln. Arranged
if Popular sla.ln. Arrange
iteCliO. Inclotbil. Oople
J by J. CHI1 BIJU, Ja..
60 West yoi)rtlitreet.
lor tne riauo-iorw rrice
sent by mail, ruoiisoeo
feoietr
D. Dt FORKfT,
Book WUuler and PiT Huler,
-Vblrd story Times Building, wlli do all work In bis
Jlae with neatness wddjjper:. j2S-U
THE PRESS.
TUBDAT....
. NOVEMBER. 29
CITY NEWS.
Fob Bali. A route on thla paper. Call at
the counting-room between two and three
o'clock P. M. to-day.
FPBittTTjH at AuoTioi. Jaoob Graff A Co.
ell thla morning, at 87 "Weat Slxth-itreet. a
lot of inperlor household furniture.
Missikg Noiimm Waktkd. We will give
one month'i tnbaoriptlon for Nog. 63 and 105
of the Pen st Pniss, which are niiisiDg from
our filet.
- Ul.tlWDUUH, a tiaiuv
house, formerly used aa a police itation, U for
- w .mo vviuiuissiuuer oi uie AMtern iib-trlot.
Pkbsohau Vice-President Breckinridge,
Hon. Humphrey Marshall and John Young
Brown, of Kentucky, arrived at the Bpencer
Houie last evening, en retire for Washington.
pS- The Champion Club, of this oity, give
a fiOtillon nartv iti.mnrvnm ...nln. at
National Hall. Tha manim-a will n Jnnk
j.it., .17.:: "
u moir ueai w pieaae inose who may lend
lucir presence) on (nil occasion.
UNPAID LlTTina. Th fnllnwlnr I. Hat nf
iuo i uoiumoo, jn mis oity. noveoaoer 29:
Madame Ida Sarstadt, Ton da Lac, Wis.
Messrs. J. M. Morales a Co., Havana, Cuba,
Andrew Hunter, Charleatown.Va.
P. B. Hayward, Hew Orleana, La.
M. S. Friend. 208 Broadway, M. Y.
Weathebbt'i. Wa
- ' vwi a vaiuvi sre
eapeoially the Iadiea, to observe in' another
..Ihr . U I J .. . . . r i . . . n
vuauuiu wm luusniBssu) oiiereoi oy i;nariee o
Weatherby, No. 113 Wet Fifth-stieet, In
dresa (roods, shawls, eln&lrn kn Til. .tr
large and varied, and ladies who visit 112
nr... virtu . i ...
v. ftiiu-Biiob way rwiy npon getting Bar
gain! unequaled in any other part of the oity.
MBTIOBOLOOtn.r. fftnc.VifnTa Xfrxw St.
ramu lYut. bv Henrv Win. nntfolan rJn i
Weat Fourth-street, November 28.
O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer.
7A.M ..... ....29 80 37
I'll 2U5S 44
6 P.M..
2S.58
43
PBOCIEDIKOB OF TBItOnnKTT nnuura.rniiaas
At their regular session, yesterday morning,
mo voumy vommiiBioners cassea orders
amounting, in the aggregate -to $1.1S& 94, of
wbion $178 were paid to J. S. Dennison for
building bridge over canal in Sycamore Town
ship: $200 to John Daroey for masonry on
Carthage Road; $160 to Huston, Carlton &
Co.. for atone for the new ail. anil ftlftn AS in
George Fries, jr., for pay roll on new jail for
wsoa ouuiug on oaiuraay ibsi. Apart Ifom
this no basinets of importance was transacted.
Bot Dbownkd. A Ud about twelve vears
of age, son of Joseph Kleinfelter, who resides
on East Plum-street, near Ann. accidentally
fell into the Miami Canal, within sight of his
parents' house, yesterday afternoon, and before
assistance could reached him was drowned.
The bodv was reooveroi shortly afterwaril.
and ever exertion made to resuscitate it, but
wiinom avail. An inquest was held, nor did
it seem neoessary to intorm the Coroner of the
afcldent, for the cbubo of death was quite pal
pable and well known.
: Fibr in NiNTU-STEJsT. The eai meter be
longing, to a house on Ninth-street, between
Race and Vine, became detached from the
pipe, yesterdav afternoon, asd the iras of
uuui.v eoujou m largo tiuaatiiiee. jy some
nipuns, we mow not wnat, it was ignited,
and for a few moments threatened to consume
the building. The pretence of mind, how
ever, of a young man who happened to be in
the neighborhood at the time, enabled him
to quench the flames and thus save the house
from what in all probability would have been
total destruction.
A Stbomolt-wobsid Mittimus. Mistakes
will occur sometimes in the best-regulated
courts as well as families, as the following par
tial copy of a mittimus received at the jail
yesterday will amply testify. The commit
ment read thus:
"Whereas, Miohsel Berry having been ar
rested, and on the oath and complaint of
Miohael MoKinnon, charging said defendant,
Michael Berry, with stealing, taking and car
rying away Mlobael MoKennon, of the value
of four dollars, tho property of Riohard Ash
craft, Ac, Ac."
It was osrtalnly very wrong in Miohael
Berry to carry off his neighbor, and theoourt
seemed to be of our opinion, and therefore
sentenced him to four months' imprisonment
in the County Jail. Whether he oan be kept
there, however, under the circumstances, re
mains to be seen.
1
Bubolabt imStobbb Towhship. The dif
ficulty experienced in tracing out the perpe
trators of burglaries, renders this species of
theft lets nnfrssuent than almost any other.
Indeed, it is thought unnecessary, in most
instances, to inform the police of these cases
when they occur, and very often they only
reaoh the officers through the columns of the
public press.
Night before last the houie of a man named
John P. Myers, located in Storrs Township,
short distanoe from the city, was burglari
ously entered and robbed of $80 in money, be
side tome other artioles of value, which will
increase the loss to about $130. The sooan
drels effeoted an entrance through front
window, and found their booty in a bureau
drawer. No traoes have as yet been discovered
which would lead to their detection, and it is
quite likely they will never be known.
Ricbiptb and Exfbhoi tubes or TBI Citt
During thb Past Win. The following state
ment, taken from the booka in the offioe of the
City Auditor, shows the receipts and expendi
tures or the oity for the week ending on Sat
urday latt:
RECEIPTS.
Cenoral Ftiiid.i....M..MM.....,..M.HM.Mw,M..,.
Light Fund...........,.,..,,,.,,...,..,,...,.,..,.,.
Sinking Fund .........,..
Common School FuDd. .,..,.,...,..,.,
Colored School Tuainmmwmmmmmmmm
l ire Department Fund
2,1M 19
140 00
lftd 60
780 00
SO
U 61
Total.
ltte)feeteMMes
. ISOS OS
DISBURSEMENTS.
Watch I,und..H...tM,.,M..,. .,.,h.m...
Interest Fund ....
Superior Court Fund n
I ire Department ITund
McHlcken Fund
Sinking Fund .........
Police Court and City Prison . ... ....
wenerai una.
Total
st M as asHsaaest aaesa seas t sattst
$10,106 4S
117ft IS
4,511 ii
M SO
us is
2,100 00
997 M
931 09
1,189 74
Poliob Codbt. Forty persons were ex
amined yesterday before Judge Lowe for mis
demeanors of whloh they had been guilty on
Saturday and Sunday last. Most of these
eases were' uninteresting and unimportant,
and consisted principally of such at ordinarily
arise from the incoherent babblings and semf
inssne acts of drunken men. They only add
their testimony to the immense amount already
accumulated to show the vanity of punishing
intoxication, as if it were a misdemeanor In
stead of a spiritual disease. -
In all fevers and epidemics that assail the
body, the ouratlve principle nied, whatever it
may be, is applied, dirajoily as possible, to the
afflicted part; but when the soul happens to
contract a disease corresponding to those
usually known as the erytlpslas or typhoid
fever, men, somewhat stupidly, imagine that a
ours may be effected by Itiw making It penal,
and then inflicting the panlshment upon the
an fortunate party. , '
- The method has been tried about long
enough, and society Is very little better from
the manner In which the evil has heretofore
been treated. Incarceration in that miserable
building known as the City Prison may keep
persons sober while they are there; but It will
never prevent another attaok of the disease
yhlcb caused their imprisonment. The remedy
in luch oases suggests itself, and It would be
well, now that the old practice has failed, to try
the mw one. . r '. '
Anniversary Meeting of the Young
Men's Bible Society.
The twenty-fourth anniversary meeting of
.u xvuug men cioie society oi uis oity was
held yesterday evening at the Central Presby
terian Church, on Monnd.strMt. in, Ritr.ntV
The attendance, although fair, was not large
m wum nave oeen wisaea; stiu tne exercues
were quite interesting, and the meeting passed
" w; gravauij.
After the Usual davntlnnai nnentn m lm!ui
the treasurer. John T). Thorns mX hi. u,l.
report, whloh showed, the following receipts
uu upsuuiiurva during ino lass nsoai year;
B0BIPTS.
Balance on hand at last report .. tu 13
From Branch 6VcletIea1nTowu'hlniV
.....1,399 V
.... iu al
From Donations.
.m. 63 60
jrrom Bales
t.314 e
Total..
M..M.MM..HMM.MMM.M...$4,9S3 07
DI8BDB8BMBBTB.
Sundry Ixpenaee..
AfA (II
1'ieiriDiHion..
Remlttancea
lxchang...,
...... tM S3
Total..
sU.au n
Air. W. H . Men tbAn ra1 fh iimnilMnArf
which detailed the doings of the Board of
iuus.ra uuriog me past year. At waa quite
uug, aau eouuuuea muca matter oi interest
The labors of Her. Mr. Scott, who h.rl
ixed branoh societies in all the townships in the
u u ii 11 1 v . warn iiariii'iiiariw hhiitnu, u .mm jM.,n-
mended. as alao war thoaa nf R. wiiu.m
Engel, whote time was ocoupied between the
uoruian popuianon, tne msraeu ana tne larm
ers.
At the beginning of the year which has just
CloSsH. thfl Rnarrl tit f ana . JAn,AJ tk. nl.a
of dividing the county into distriots, and plao-
iug fans unaer tue utreci supervuion oi asuo
comuaittee. These tab-committees wero eight
in number, and ihev h.H vi.iiaJ ih Toll f!i
Priton, Court-houie, Hospital, Infirmary, Wid-
urrs nuuie, ana in aa mote places naa neen
received kindly, and had distributed, to all who
would receive them, copies of the Bible.
The steamboats had alto been visited and
furnished with copies, and many were given
to their passengers and crews. The commit
tees during the year invaded the alleys and
lanes of the citv and ttiA hnm.a nf ih. nnnr.
and had left the Bible wherever they found it
. -1 , - m 1 i , . . a . ,
tuuepvaeie. i ne gooa wnicn naa oeen ac
complished eould not of course be computed,
but although a great deal had been accom
plished, much remained undone. Still the
society had disposed in this way of 219,369
Bibles, and the managers were firm in the
belief that the bread which had been cast
upon the waters would return after many
ays.
After the reports of the Treasursr and Cor
responding Seoretary had been read, they were
accepted and ordered to be printed under the
direction of the Board of Managers.
The followingcommlttee was then appointed
to nominate officers for the ensuing year : J.
F. Irvln, A. E. Chamberlin, W. F. Thome,
David Judkins and J. C, Walker.
Addresses were then delivered by Seoley
Wood, George W. Harper, Rev. Samuel
Calyton, Elijah Coffin, of Indiana, Dr. Thomas
J. Biggt,who was a member of the convention
of sixty, that drafted the constitution of the
Amerioan Bible Society, in 1818, and others,
all of whioh we should like to reproduce here,
did our anana nwmlt If Tl,.
interesting, and were listened to throughout
VMIU HUOQUUHa '
After the benedlotion had been pronounced
by Rev. W. 8. Kennedy, the committee ap
pointed to nominate offioers and managers for
the ensuing year reported the names of the
following persons, all of whom were unani
mously elected:
fteiidtnt S. P. Bishop.
Kioe-iVestfi( J. 6. Perkins.
Corrttponding StoretaryVf. H. Neff.
Jttcording SierttaryJ. E. Irwin.
Ireosurer J. D. Thorpe.
dibbotobb:
George Keck, George W. MoAIpip, Alfred
Ij. Croshorn, James M. Johnston, Samuel
lowry, Robt. A. Morrow, J. P. Walker, Geo.
K. Smith, Thomas F. Shaw, M. B. Hagans,
C. W. Rowland, A. S. Butterfield, W. P.
Wilteee, J. F. Jones, Joseph Brooke, Charles
H. Wolff, Jaoob Burnett, jr., Joseph Herron,
W. F. Thome, Philip Pinger, F. Rammels
burg, T. J. Finch, E. P. Brodstreet, J. W.
Patrlok, Thomas Buchanan, William Shaffer,
Conrad Sauoe, J ames Murray, Thomas Gibson,
L. H. Sargeant, David Judkins, Samuel M.
Haughton.
Citt Connoit LASiNiQHr. Cbntracta. Con
tracts were ordered as follows: For paving
with lime-stone, to Alex. Soott, Ninth-street,
from Harriet 343 feet west; with A. R. Smith
to repave with lime-stone the gutters on Western-row,
from north side of River-street to
Ohio River; and macadamise the speoe be
tween; with Alex. Soott to grade and
pave with lime-stone Seventh-street, from Harriet-street
313 feet west.
Ordinances. The following ordinances were
ordered to be advertised, and are hereafter to
be aoted on : To establish the grade of Park
alley from Mill-street to Ramsey; also, of
lock-street, from Front-street to Ohio River;
also, of Water-works landing; also, of Dayton
street, from Western-row to Linn-street ; to
change grade of Logan from Liberty to Elder; to
pave with bowlders, Park-alley, from Mill to
Ramsey ; with brick, the unpaved side-walks
on Buckeye, from Main to liooust; Clinton,
from John to Freeman ; the time of Joseph
Brophy, contractor, to pave Thorpe-alley, from
Vine to Race-streets, was extended to May 1,
1860. '
SttoMioru Adopted. Commissioners were
authorised to expend as folio a for paving or
repairs: $28 64 of the intersections on Branoh
etreet, from 6 tart-street to section line; $28 85
to repair Fifth-street landing; $4 60 for the
wing of the side-walks on Fiodlay and Frame
streets; $20 to elean and repair well hole at the
corner of Second street and Gaa alley; $18 to
change the well bole in the culvert at Bay
miller and Clearwater-ttreete.
Aiiuring Ordinance fusied. Ordinances to
assess a special tax on real estate bounding aa
follows: Andrews-alley, from Race to Plum
street; Seeder-alley, from Wade street 257 feet
south; Front-street, east of Mill, to junction
with Fifth; Eighth, from Freeman to Harriet;
south of Eighth from Vine to Elm; College
alley, from Franklin to WebtUr; O'Reilly
alley, from Lawrenoe-street to Dawson-alley;
Grieve alley, from Frame to Bremen; Vine,
from Second-Btreet to Pearl; East Third, from
East Front-street to Martin; Eighth, from Elm
to Plum-street.
Bridge Building, The subject of building
bridge over the Whitewater Canal at Freeman-street
was before the City Council last
night, and, the Citv Auditor was authorised
to contract with him to build an iron bridge
at the point named, according to his bid, for
the sum $2,045.
Tariff al Sulliagt Baal.Ht, 3, Mackey has
oharge of a hopper-boat at the foot of Wood
street. He has been allowed by the Citv
Council to charge $1 for admission of each
night-cart depositing on said boat.
Ordinances Pantd. To grade and pave with
bowlders, John-street, -from Poplar-street to
Flndlay-street. - Also, Avery-st., from Wood
street to the Whitewater Canal; Riohmond
street, from Plum-street to Western-row; Look
street, from Fifth to Sixth-street, (exoepting
the portion In front of the United States Hos
pital.) , , .
To jjeve with briok, sidewalks, vis: Fourth,
from Mill to Smith; Fifteenth, from Vine to
Race; Moore-street, from Walnut to Liberty;
Dayton-street, from Bavmiller to Freeman.
To Ave with lAmttitm, si's: Eden-street,
from aonth line of Peat-street to wait line of
Main-street.
Totktablitk Orode. Elder-street, from Elm
street to Miami Canal ; Bent-alley, from Me
lancthon to David-street; Hafer-alley, from
For bus-alley to Henry-street ; Espanola, from
Freeman-street to Ludlow-arenue ; Dayton
alley, from Freeman-street east, say 297 feet ;
Levi-s.llaT, from Fleasant to Race-street.
74Wbbt ForBtH-sTBBBT. By reference to
the proper column it will be seen that Ds
land, Gossage) A Cuyler are determined to
outdo all former expectations in. tho way of
selling cheap dry -goods. Their stock is not
excelied by any other houie in the oity. 74
s the number,
AMUSEMENTS.
: Pus's Ofbra-houss The beautiful do.
mestio drama: or "Dot," from" Dl-kens'e Ktory.was
finely rendered last erenlnr. at ii ipera-hous.
end drew a large audience. The pi.-re I. very hand
somely Rotten up, and will draw, think, lor some
time. The cast is excellent and worilir of the place.
This evening Dot will be rep-atwl. with the after
piece of the Bodor Di.ko-d, Annie Proctor ap
pearing aa "Margery." It la a pity she conld not be
aeen in a more fitting part; but then the Bodob
Diahobd la rary popular. Annie will become a fa
vorite. Wood's Tbbatbb. The first representation
of Sot drew a good bouse last erenlng at Wood's;
Miss Oarol'na Blching. appearing aa ' Dot" and
acting It charmingly. The audience appeared highly
pleased, and often indulged in applause. To-night
Dot again, with Napouob's Old Ouabo.
- Natiobal Tbbatbb. Facbt and Mabocbb
I'Boonflnuoa to draw good housea at the National,
and will bo repeated this evening, with the elegant
MmedvofFAii.THsAET; Mr. J.B. Hoberia person a
ting"M phiatophllee" and "Buy Gomes"-an attract
ive programme that aha a Id fill the theater.
Old Folks Cohobbts. The "Old Folks"
will give two concerte, at fmlth A Nixon's Hall, next
Friday and Saturday evenings. Their entertain
ments are unique, and nave been popular.
LAW REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
Important to Railroad Ibcobpobatobb.
Ewln vs. The Cincinnati, Lebanon nr.i Xenia Bail
road Company and others. Before Judge Htorer on
demurrer to a petition which waa in tha nature or a
oreditor'ablli.
The points decided by tha Court wer. 1st : That
where the corporators ueglect to call In the subscrip
tions to discharge their debts a creditor might ask
the aid of the Court to subject tne uupnid stock.
Secondly : That defondauta residing In Warren
County were amenable to the jurisdiction of this
Court.execution in the original suit against the Com
pany having issued therefrom, and on the prlnclole
that the Court should enfurce Its own process. The
demurrer to the plea waaaccurdingli sustained.
Suit fur medicine aud advice. Edward Kinsey
and wife vs. I. Rogers and wlf. In this cae,(the
nature of which was stated In a former renort(Mrs.
Kinsev claimed 12(0 for medicine and advice fur
nish)! to Mrs. Bogera. Judge Htorer said that a
party claiming such an amount for medicine and re
lusing to disclose the Ingredients (as Mrs. K. bad
done) waa entitled to much favor. The Court re
ducrd the bill by 19., and allowed a judgment fur
Kxecutorof John Henderson vs. Executors of Chas.
HuMicken. This action on trial before Judge Spen
cer was brought to recover l,300 a attorney's fees
for legal services rendered in Louisiana, aud In the
Supreme Court at Washington, in relation to a plan
tation near Baton Bouge.
J. h. Minor and B. McCook for plaintiff; Judge
Key for defenae.
COMMON PLEAS.
n Divobci Son. Mary C. MoNiooll vs.
Henry McNicoll. The petitioner alleges extreme
cruelty jand gross neglect of duty, aa the grounds
T i I, ".v vm Joun tor auivorce is
asked. The allegations are danled on the part of de-
Judge Woodruff appeared, for petitioner; Judge
Johnston and L. K. Mills conducted the case for re
spondent. Judge Collins took the case under advisement.
Judge Carter In Boom No. 1 called the default list:
Cbihinai, Sidc-O. McLean (Impleaded with 8.
Trim; rial Air anrl ml DaK. . I v r
Jnoge MalloQ to answer a char go of marrtwr lathe
Mcnod degree-tlio homicide of Wilson Slmoneon.in :
A It rlta re. sin T-uMal n n-A. J - J- i i . . ' I
(Judge Flino and Mr. Townsley) claim that the ca-
.v w.vto ... i.i -t iiKub ueiweea ouo 01 ne
partita (not the present defendant) and the deceased.
Tha C... -ana nn. .Iu.ri
Messrs. Oaines It Kerr appeared for tha State.
PROBATE COURT.
The hearing of the evidence in the natter
of the assignment ef Mann A Straus proceeded be
fore this Coart.
School Boabd, The members of the Sohool
Board met last night at the usual hour. After
the minutes of the last meeting had been read
and fl.nrjrove.fl. a mmmnnl.,ti.a a r
'Qe Mayor accepting the offer of the Board of
itiaa AA .V. l i .
. wuwi'iiouw oa ine corner or -aat
FrOnt And Va.TAC.n.rtKtKia Tk. r.aenlr.ln-.
" -.ua e.aaw IVPUlHvlVU
offered at the previous meeting in regard to
uit.vi.vr waa mou aaoptea. 1 Dirty -six
desks were then ordered for the Ninth Distriot
School, and
. 1 ivwiHHuivwsiVal a wtva iiisui tun
Saperintendont, but M it contain no thin it
IVU1U1I I1IU IK IE nravifinBIV naakTI Wtiil-tl4alia.fl In
another form, and is extremely lengthly. the
orowded state of oar columns will not admit
of any portion of it production here. - ; vi
: ErVflKTrnATa..Tn o novftivtHtwtti 1st si. Af
i4Wj.ilaiWi.umiiui iibuo ui
wwiuojr nu Bvuwu i-uai n lany naa ooen
Fourth-Btroet Dentist, and leaving the office
before she had fully recovered from its effect,
had fallen down a flight of stairs and injured
-1"- -wwavaje auoiv TTUD t aUIlOlytVnO
in a part of this statement ; for although the
uuiuuuLuuuurreu.ii taw street we nave named
thft ether van admln!afAAf-1 unnn ennh.
thoroughfare.
COVINGTON NEWS.
ClTT BbhoOBATIO Gonvbnt.OH. At the Dem
ocratic Convention last evening, Judge J. O. Perrin
waa chosen President and Judge Charles Mooar
Secretary.
- On motion, the delegatea present from each Ward
vera authorized to All all vacancies. Ine following
were the delegates ohosen i
Sirst Ward-Wm. M. Benton, J. W. Kellr, David
Bogle aud i. e). Murry. ..
-Second Ward Wm. 8. Volk, J. 0. Thomas and J.
O. Carlisle.
Third Ward-S. C. Perrin, W. D. Holt and J. 8.
Scott.
Fourth Ward-N. B. Stevens, J. M. Bowen, Bobt.
Howe aud 0. W. Marshall.
fifth Ward-H. Ortoo, H. Hardebeck, C. H. ilooar,
W. E Ashbrook. V. W. flnvn. Jn.anh n....i.
and H. F. Bhulta7.' : ; "
i 8l'h Wart-Edward Belllr.H. Burtr, Peter Bll
Ion, Johu Teufel, John Hood, Abel Williams and M.
wuy. ...
Berentb Ward J. W .Innata .1 T.aA-. .. n
Senior. .
After some prellminarr remarks on tba binding na
ture of Oonrentions. and tha dntr of n
support tha regular nominees of tne party, the Con
rention proceeded to rota vira voce tor candidatea,
Clerk-James Q. Gray, 15; J. B. Bleke, 16. Mr. Bleke
waa nominated.
TreasuV-r-James 0. Howard, 10: Jamea Splllman,
19; Samuel Remolds, 9. Ko ohoic. The name of
Mr. Reynolds was then withdrawn. Second Ballot
Splllman, Id; Howard, 13. sir. Bg illnvan waa declared
nominated.
City Physiclan-Dr. Major, M; Dr. Lea, 8. Dr.
Major was nominated.
Ou motion, A. O.Oowen waa nominated tor City
Engineer by acclamation.
City Collcior-H. Wayman. IS) H. Turner, 13. Mr.
Wavnian waa nomluated.
The following candidatea were nominated for tba
remaining oflicea:
Street Uommlssionsr B. Dresaman,
Wharf-maater Terry O'Brien.
Poor-house Director Jacob Plnmraer. -
Engineer of Fire Department-Win. Marwell.
And M. M. BeutOn. Eso.. oftnraa1 thtt f,,linwlna-
resolutions, which, after some discussion, wsre
adopted. Ayea, 15: nays, 14.
Beaolved, That it Is the sense of thia Convention,
that the administration of the oltr ffnvernmanr
ahould pursue tbetnost rigorous economy, and strn-
uuasir iauur luspeeuuy ieeMcn, ana as easily aa posst
blaextiuBulsh the publio debt. 2d. That the public
dfbtouabtnottobe increased. 3d. That
of the city ought to be protected, and the pledges
scrupulously redeemed. 4th. That the system of Is
suing scrip should ba abolished, and an exclusively
cash one be adopted, oth. Tbataa theengagementa
of the corporation and its liabilities ere discharged,
the taxes should be lessened, so aa to provide for an
economical administration of citv affai-a ah-
journed. '
OrrosmoN Pbiiiabt Mbbtinos. The On
Dositfon rotera will meet thialTnesdavt avanlnir. at
the following places, for the purpose of electing live
delegates from each ward, to meet in convention to
morrow (Wednesday) evening at the City Hall, for
the purpose or noraitatlng candidates for city officers
at the ensuing January election : First War), at City
uaii; oecona nara, Mayor s umce: TOtra ward,
school-bouse on Scott-street: Fourth Ward, Engine
house Mo. 3: Fifth Ward, becond District School
bouse, on Main-street; Sixth Ward, school-home
corner of Scott and Eleventh; Seventh Ward, Inline
house No, 4 The different wards will nominate
their candidatea for Council and School Trustees.
Pour b Coobt. The following; eases were
disnoaed of bv Mavor Foler yesterday mornlna
Jamas Hawley.for abusing bis wife, lined $7 and
costs. William Gardner, vagrancy aaddrnnkennesa,
nneo S3 lo, ana aeia w nan in tne turn or SIOO for
bis future good behavior. John Flaver and Bridget
Flaver. for engaging in an exciting row. vara each
fined $ OS. , ,. , .
Qoabtiblbt Cocbt. Judge Charles Mooar
held I he regular Quarterly term of the County Court
forthe trial of civil actions vesterdav. No hmlnaa
of general interest waa transacted, -
COOBOILHAH IS TUB FoPBTH WaBD. Col.
H. K. Summer-well Is the Democratic candidate for
Councilman In tha Fourth Ward. His name waa
omitted In our list yesterday; .
NEWPORT NEWS.
Nbwb. Tha eitv waa vail nigh rlaanrhui
yeaterday. The session of tha County Court draw
most of onr lawyers and business nen to Alexandria,
while the fear of tha Grand Jurr drove susnlcloua
obaracters from tha eounty. The natural eon-e-
quenoeis mere is a great ae.trtn oi items tn and
around tba city, ,
Fibbt Fmabcm. We noticeil a eeneral
rush yesterday on board the Newport Ferry for the
('uptain'a desk; and could not iiniterstatd the cause
ineteiii uniii iniormen oy uaptatu air flint the
monthly citntomers of theferrr (vera settling ihslr
ferriaa.. nntoulr for the neat butforlheromlnffvear.
The rush was tremendous and continues (so Captain
ssaaa says; w grow larger daily j
Monetary and Commercial.
The Bankers generally reported a brisker
d mand for Money and more natnerous applications
at tba Banklnn-liMisre yeaterday than are naaall'
expeiienced la Thlrd-strtet en Monday; but stll'
the market was aid siringsnt for parties baring first
clasa paper and carh and credit In Bank. Suslness
waa quite active In the Banking quarter.
Eastern Exchange waa ateadv at bovine and W
lrS-.ni"ig r,-,?1l dull, aad New OrleuiTs Sight
5,1 . ' e nomlnalat premium rates.
rJlt'JSiV nl "' rartoua article, for the
rotty-eight ho ura ending yesterday noon ware at
IaroBTs-Flour. 2.76T brls.j Whisky. 1,434 brls :
Com, 16,110 bushels; heat, t.m bushlls; Oala, 2,reo
SKM1 M7' hm '"Jahela; faoga,a,7(l hesdSugais
10 hhda. Coffeo, i.aoe liags; Applet IS3 brls Batter
139 kegs; Chee, ,gjibo"xoe? rork and Bacon Km
pounds; Potatoea, 407 brls.; Salt, 8.7SS barrels.
ixroars-Flour, 1,617 brls.; Whisky, 1,752 brls
Wheat, 2,900 bush ; Barley, 166 bush.; Sugar,7 hhda !
n 0.l.M.,.?!Jr,''i ffe ''6'9 b! App".8 brl.:
fVl 2.11W ChMW' 1Jo3 . fotaloas, lli
brls. ; Salt, 6a barrels.
Flour waa still buoyant yratsrday, and It was dim
cult to buy superflna below $3 Hi; tha market being
favorably affected by the newa from New York,
where an advance was established. Whisky waa
ateady, wil h aalea of l.SuO brls. The continued light
ness of receipts, with favorable weather, reu'era
lloga buoyant, and caused an advance yeaterday of
10c., the sales reaching 8,030 head. The market
closed w in a tendency to higher prices than thosa
paid during t he day Mesa Pork advanced, and some
holders wie not anxious to sell at $15 7i. Other
Bluds or provisiuna were firm, and evinced an up
ward tend-ucy.. Grain ot all kiuda.waa firm and in
good demand.
a '',., r,,"",, lalor at New York is again large--II.U8i
the pwet week against $.144,222 same week
last year, and ! , same week of Iei7. There have
now been received $102,727,247 of dry goods since Jan
U'ry, Jgalust S.M,3hj,ij to sams week of last year.
..In Baltimore beat single names are taken at V per
cent, aud some names not generally known 10 to 12;
all outaide Paper Is accepted with caution at IM to 2
percent, per month
The receipts of the Federal Traaaury for tha last
quarter were from cuatouie 8li,!7,6T0; treasury
note,, $3,611,800; naa. ofpuUitc lauds, si70,254 . From
to 20UU7r sj20'18 ,06S' Tnow'f"""ll"'oa antoumed
ousuoay.at the pork pscklng house of Messrs.
Hamilton Bro., Louisville, fifteen hundred aud
fitty-one hogs were killed, betwevu the hours of 6
in tba morning and 4 in tho afternoon. The receipts
10 that city by tha Louisville and Nashville Ballroad
last week were 17,124 .-head. All tho Louisville
Sork-hotiees were in operation on Saturday and Sun
ay, and the number killed up to Tuesday waa proba
bly 85,000 bead.
Last ; week's statements of the 8t. Lonls city Banks
do not show ao healthy a condition aa did the state
tiients for the correnpoudiug week of the past year,
ihe increase In maturing Exchange Is euotit the
me now as then-97,740 against $UHji34. But now
ir a oaahowl' drea"ofUsS4 iucirculation, and
ix&f.i,0! c.lnl while last )eai an Increase of
$l,1iof circulation was had, and of I31,W9 In coin.
, 1 bt Louis laatera Exchange is unusuallyararce
ror the time of year: some of those who usually sell
most weranot drum ar dii.i.i..i.. :
small way, at 1J4 nremium, and paying I percent, for
all they get. Sight on the South la in but moderate
demand and auppiy at 1 percent, prera. 1
Saturday's Haw York Times observes concerning
Friday last:
In Munev ratnl nr. tiaaa Ar.n.l.... n .1
Stock brokers are supplied at front A to 6 per 'cent.
.1 ' KJI ;,,". r siriciiy cnotce outs.
The Bremen steamer New York takes tbe European
mails to-morrow. Owing to ths interference of yea
terday's holiday, and the oon-arrival of the Africa
Until late thia aftemOOU. HtllAnr nnthtna, ia a..m.
plished in Exchage for this opportunity The terms
n.mSl? " ?" 0.uoted-109X(ail0on ;Lnndon; f.6 u&
I i 131, on raris. Wa hear of no bpecie engagemsnu
for the New York. ,
Saturday's Tribune thus refers to the New York
Money matters: , , J J
The Money market is fn'uHM'1 'stk. nejair,aa.
bank the early part of the week were large, In con
sequence of the general preparation for tha weak,
uiFwrwu,umip, cans were
met promptly by the banks and private money
lenders, and no change In rates was noticed. The
weekly receipts of the banka cannot be leas than ten
millions, and there la no activity In business, which
would warrant an opinion that more would be re
quired. Yet capitalists are not disposed to extend
their lines at current rates, the close of the year
usually causing more demand,
N sw Yokx Dav Woods Mabxst Saturday's Trib
une tbUB SDvalta of Drv Rnnria in Naa, . nr.
quote au lmptoved tone in the Domestic Dry Goods
market during the past week, which baa confirmed
enr previous views. There ia not only more firmness
manifested in tbe general market, but a positive ad
yiiuce has boeu obtaimd In certain styles. Printlog
Cloths, which were supposed by some to be In large
stock and a decline predicted hare been eageily
sought alter at Mc. advance above the lowest point,
and we quote 64x64s. at oKaat which price Targe
contracts have been made for future delivery. The
operations in that department at the East have ex
ceeded any previous week of the season ; and all goods
above 46x66 are very scarce, and difficult to purchase.
mnam.iv prvuuuiiun 01 nearly ail ot the regu
tnr tyl.f Btoaxhed Oottuua lias to a great extent
been contracted forbv tl. Laitlnc Hia,rii,nn ...
about previous prices ; while the Brown Cottons gen
erally exhibit but little movement, except thoae ex
port atylea which aro quite brisk. The appearance
ot the market bears great analagy to that observed
one year since, ss regards the probable supply and
demaud, and It it shall prove in lis results aaeatisfac
tniy, there will be no reason of complaintamong our
mannlacturers That the stocks ot Domestic Goods
at this time are relatively light, every week adiia con
firmation; and that the h. mo and export demand
will be quite equal to any previous year, seems
probable." '
CINCINNATI HOBSB MARKET.
Tha city horse market for Ihe week endlug laat
evening waa less active than for the week previoua,
but the stock sold this week la generally of a better
claas. The demand for good horses is active and In
excess of the supply. The sales at the diflereut sta
bles were: At Lianlfl Carney's, IK head, selling for
$9,672; at Miller, Eastwood A Co.'s, 69 head, Tor
$7,360; at W. H. Steavens's 24 head, for $4,(; at D,
P. Hiley's 17 head, for $2,3)7 SO: at B. Jennifer's SS
head, for $2,7S; at C. B. 1 Hlder'a 70 head, for $6,300.
Total 212 head, valued at $32,639 80,
CINCINNATI CATTLE MARKET, j
' The Cattle market at Brighton for tbe weak end
ing last evening evinced little variation from the
week preceding. The receipts of the week are: Beef
Cattle, 1,20; b&ep,8fi4; Hogs, 124. The quotationa
are as annexed Beef Cattle Fmm$2 to $2 isiextra.
$3 to 83 M. Mteep-From $1 76 to $2 74 per bead! I
Uogs-From $4 76 to $5 I2,1. i
CINCINNATI M AKK IT-NoviMiaa 28.
FLOUR-The market oontlnnes buoyant, but can
not well be called higher, though it is difficult to
buy superfine below $6 10. The salss add up 1,401)
brls. at $6(35 04 for superfine, and $4 29 for fair
extra.
WHISK Y-The market is ateadj : sales of 1,600 brls.
at 23o , including that from wagon.
HoGS The receipts continue light, and this, with
good weather, makes the market buoyant, and prices
are fully loc, hlgber. The salsa were: . ,
tm head averaging 200 lbs.del.Uth to 25th, at.. $6 00
100 head averaging 200 Ike. at..,.......,..........,;. 6 10
jeil head averagjug 195 lbs. at ,.8 WH
JiO head averaging 180 lbs. at............ us
am bead averaging 2uo lbs. t......m 6 on
450 head averaging 2UJ lbs. at... ...,..,. 6 06
160 head averaging 190 lbs, at.....,.M.,.. 6 01
210 bead averaging 210 lbs. at .....,....,... 6 10
Heavy Hogs conld have been sold at $6 l.vac tn, and
it waa stati d that $6 26 bad beeu refused for a lot
averaging 240 pounds. The feeling al tbe close waa
toard higher prices.
CUAL-We notice sales of 400,000 bushels Tough
loghanv at the river, at 9c. '
PKOVlSIOdS-Mess Pork advanced to $15 60
IS 76, with sales but tbe outside rate haa paid only
for a email lot. In some cases $16 Is asked, and this
rate was refused, for Jauuary and February delivery
A good demand for B.icuu, and 210 hhda sold at 7
and 9 '40 fur Miouldrra aod Hides; at the close hides
were held at9!,c., and theiewere Bo Shoulders in
market. 75 hhds. bulk Meats sold at m and 70.,
Including packages. Green Meats rather higher:
sales of 6,000 pieces at 4 9.r-looc. forShouidera, 6htih
6 9 looc. for Sides, and So. for Hams. Nothing train?
Cired in Lard, but it i held firmly at lOAIoXc. for
arrel and keg.
OBOCRKlbS-Sugar ai-arce and firm, new crop
sold at SMc; SO bile. Vellow Belinod at 8)c.: 200 do.
crushed at 10c., and 120 bags Coffee at 12?4c Molas
ses scarce at 47c.
W HEAT The market is firm at fit v, fnr
Crime white, and $1 16 fur prime red: sales of 2,600
ushels prime white at $1 25; 40u do. fair red at $1 16;
10(1 do. Hill at tl 18.
CORN The market is firm, with a good demand at
fotswo.
OATS There is a good demand, and prices ateady
At45c.: aales of 600 bushels, in hulk. at sac
UYK There ia a good demand, aud pricea firm at
loo. lorpnme.
BARLEY Tbe market la firm with a rand ).,
maud. Wa Quote prime fall at 70;3c , and Mr to
gooa at ot-ouioc.: saiea 01 rot Dusneis prime at 71c,
CHEESE The market continues firm with an
active demand: sales of too boxes Western Beaorrs
at 9c: 150 do. oxtra large at Mi,
BCTTEB There is a fair demand for roll at 16
I-,. Cfalilnarln.
APPLES-We have no chancre to not. In tha
market alnce our laat report: aalea of 150 brls. choice
new xora appies, at fx so,
POTATOSS-There is a better demand, but prices
are without ohange. ' . -
GLOVER SEED The demand continues active
and prices firm at oar last quotations: sales of 100
barrels at $4 76.
IBI MAQNETIO TELB0BAPH.1 "
New Yoix KAfeBBT, November 28 P. M. Flour
Is 6l0c. better v. 1th fair export and speculative de
maud: sales of 31,000 brls. at 15 10&6 10 for superfine
Stats; $1 3205 46 for extra Stats; $6 lo6 26 for su
perfine Western; $5 40QS 55 for common to medium
extra do,; and $6 6696 76 for inferior to good ship
ping brands extra round-boop (Ihlo cloalDg firm.
Canadian Flour a shade better: sales (00 brls. at j SO
&6 3.1 for common to choice extra. Rye Flour
lu fair request at $8 7A&4 55. . Wheat la l2c. better
with good speculative and fair export demand: saiea
nf 46,1100 bushols, at $1 231 28 for Mllwaukie Clob
tha latter price for very choiee; $1 3.yl 37 for In
diana; $1 40 for common white Canada: $1 M for
white Southorn; gl 63 for white Kentucky. Rye
quiet aad firm: aalea of 170 bush, at tflc. Barley
lower and more active: sale of 3,snu bushels at 73a
76c. for Stntej 7"7c. for Canada East, and 7So. for
Chicago. Corn firmer for new: aales of 19,000 bush,
at 'i5d6o. for new, and 96o. for old yellow. Oats very
dull at 46H47c. for State, Western and Canadian,
Whisky heavy: aales of 5no brls at 270. Pork dull'
and hoary: saiea or 1,700 brla. at $16 9til6 for mess;
$11 for prime. Reef firmer: aab of 350 brls. at $4(iA
4 50 for prime; $625 60 for mess; $60 for old and
new repacked mess; $ll(ll AO for extra mess; $11 60
(3,12 for double-extra mess. Dres-ed Hoga dull at
Tn. Beef Hams quiet and heavy at $1414 O. Prime
mess Beef steady at $19. Cut Meats quiet and anu
changed. Baona eteadyi aalea of 600 boxes West
ern Cot, Cumberland Middles, Decern b-ir and Janu
ary, at 8)4c. Lard dull aad heavy: saiea of 36 brla,
at riHAlo-Xo. Butter plenty and dull at UlirAlHc. fur
lilu, and 143.I0. for State. Cheese dull at 6(31 Id.
Coiton heavy: sales of 1,000 bales Including 2.H00
bnbsof low middliugs Orleans jriltr., altdmiddllnn
Upland at llHAUHc. Mugar buoyant: aalos of l,2no
boxes Muscovado, at IJt..'4c. Coffee steady at 11M
13c.
BiiTt aoa; Msxxkt, November su. Flour ateady:
H.li?!Il, i . Wheat iuiel: aales J6,0 bushela
at f 1 tftat 46 for white and $1 Hxal 26 for red. Corn
firm at SVgi75e. for new white and yellow. Pi ovlsions
'dr. Mess Pork $16 76; prims lis 50. Bacon iw.
Mess Beef $16; No. 1 $12. Whisky firmer at 2i
Steamboat Register.
ARBIVaM Rtinit.V 1-af.a ClOth-.a, SaHll.
America, Plttsbnrgb; -.eit Oottage, tleirjaiii.s
Ohio No. 2, Marietta; J1 ha. Uaysvitlo; Superior,
Louisville. Monday T'b-.Mpli, Loul-vllle ; Vore.-'.
Qneea, Madlsnn; Economy, teoiphls:8henHni,, U,u.
lavllio; liunlelth.Nsrllle; Virginia Home, Nerelle.
DarABiPaca Sunday-Superior, Loulsrllle Mon
day alagnulia. Mayavlllej Forest Queen, Madiv-n;
Ohio No, 2. Marietta; Telegraph, Louitrilie; Dun
lelth.NovllIe; Virginia Borne, Nsrille; Souili Anier.
Ira, New Orleana; Shenango, lltsburg; Mni-ongt-r,
Memphis.
AUCTION SA.LES
AUCTIOW SALE BY JACOB GRAFF
a CO., No. IS East FourlU-alieat Kna-li-i.t,
rarniiure.-Will be sold at Auction, TUIs (Tues
day) MORNINti, November 29, at 9 o'clock, at Ne.
39 West Sixth-streot, tbe Furniture of a fauii'.y,
via. Parlora-Jm. Botavood H.C. Sofa;2do Aim.
rbairs; do. Parlor Chairs; 2 Reception Chair.;
Cane Rocker; Oval Marble-tup Center Tahlo; Mu
hogany Mabla-top do.; Work Table; 3 Aluliogany
Match Tables; Elisabeth Chair; 2 Ettgeres; Tape.
try: Brussels Carpet, go, Ohasutwra-lni. Jli sewou.1
Bedstead.; do. Marble-top and plain brewing Bu
reaus; Marble-top Washatands; lui. Koarwood II.
O. Chairs; Oak Wardrobe; klaurasaes; Tables; win
dow Shades; Feather Beds; Carpets, Ac. Hall ! d
Diulng-room-Oil-clotb; Hat-rack; llotir-ruati'; 1 m
brella Stand; Water-cooler; Oak ICiten.lou i'ulik;
Oakum Chairs; Clock; Dining aud 'lea Ware; Gin-aware;
Carpets, Ao,
ALSO Oooklug atove and apparatuaand Kllcheu
Furniture. no291 JACOB GKAVF, Auctloueer.
AUCTION HAL E BY O. UUA.
SHEARS PO-Salm-room No M Maln-.trei t.
Wewlllaelt on THURSDAY MORNING Dec. 1, 111 9
o'clock, Without reserve, 800 raMs Meti'a, ll .y'r,
Youth's, Women's, M lines' and Children's Hoi,
Shoes, Gaiters, Buskins, Ac. These comprehend Hint
class goods, suitable for Ihe best trade! aud will to
sold.
no29 O. BHA3HEAR9 a CO., Auctioneers.
AUCTION NOTICE. BY U. S.
MILES 00 -We will sll ou TUESDAY
MORNING, November 29, at Iflo'clock, tor amount
of George C. Knight, to pay advauce and charges, 3U
barrels Bourbon Whisky, I pip Hollun I Gin, 2
quarter casks Brandy, I barrel Hcoteh Whisky, xml
one quartor cask of Port W ine: uoW
AUCTIOBf SALE. By H. 8. MILKS
a CO., Saiea-rooms No.M Mniu-slriet. Posi
tive sale of staple Groceries, Boots, Shoos, Ac, at
Auction, to close consignments. Ou Tl'ESDAY
MORNING, November 29, at 9 o'clock, 20 bugs Itio
Coffee, 26 matt Java Coffee, 10 bags Pepper, li boxes
Mrgiula, Kentucky and Missouri Tobabco, ion bar
rels Smoking Tobacco, 611 boxes Pearl Starch, 10
boxes Nt. I Palm Soap, 48 boxes Star and S. Cuiidlcs,
15 barrels Bedned Syrup. 20 bans Coitou Yiru, IS
bags Candle Wick, 6 casks Grautte Ware, 46 cases
Hen's and Boy'a Boots, Shoes aud Brogaus, 1,000
bundles Wiapplng Paper. rjot
AUCTION SALEBY THOMAS
JOHN8TON,In8alos-room,No.93aaln-elreot,
(next to Trust ' Company Bank). Large stock (.f
Dry Goods, Tailor's Goous. Hosiery, 4c at Auction.
1 CEHDAY MORNING, November 29, a 9 o'rlook ,
will besold, without reserve, aw lota of Staple ana
Kuncy Dry Goods, comprising a very desirable as
sortment for city and country aalea.
ALSO Large atock of Cloths, Casaimerea, Sal iiiett,
Orercoatinga, Vestlngs, and other Merchant Tailors'
and Clothiers' Goods.
. ALSO Large stock of tlermatitown Goods, such as
Comforts, Hoods, Hosiery, ate.
ALSO Caaea of Hats, Cup". Boots, Shoes, Ac.
no28 THOMAS JOHNSTON. Auctloueor.
aaSa-Fapsawawsamraaawa p,
ATTENTION, BUILDES
CI
Th, W. Farrin & Co.
HAVE ESTABLISHED THE FACT
that they are selling lumber at their yard on
f reeman-street, next to Cincinnati. Hamilton and
D ty ton Railroad,
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Dealers In be city.
" Quick Sales and Small Profits
! !. : 'u THEIR MOTTO.
,i
They inbmlt the following list of yricsM:
01 ear lumber, ail thlcknesaes, l in. mens .r 60 $111 10.
Host Common, IX and 2 inch Plank........ 2 ui rvi r
Boat " , 1 inch Boards.,..,.. 23 7s 2 fa
jeeond " all thlekneaaea 10 so 1; ',
Chlrd " Boarda.,.,..,.,..,.,.. I, 60 12 0
Qrub Plank, face measure, 22 Mi Vi 1
Humlock Joist, Scantling and Timber..., II 50 12 .'0
Sfplar " " iii him
first Common Flooring Boards.,....i...... 36 Hi 3; .'
Soopnd ' " . . " . ,mW... 23 ?6 i,
Third ' (, a,
r'lrst Common Weather Board i..,....... Id 10 17 .V;
itxn " " . ......, 12 111 13 no
Oodar Posts, 4 by 4, 8 feet, per hundred.... M m m no
Cedar ' for fencing, ' ...... " ... 301m 3.1
Locust " - " 2,1 im 22 mi
A further reduction of 2f por cent, will be mnde on
Hllaof tAOOor more. .
We bare one of the largest aDd beat selocled slocks
nf Lumber In the Cincinnati market, which e;f)-r
for sale at the abore prloea. .-
THOS. W. FARRIN & CO.
aepgtf '
PATENT MACHINE- MATE I'AfKR
niflu n uu t, a,. -
others, made from extra unaliiyef Wiauoinv. 'n a
nlila and White Tea Paper. ,-3
w.ssjho. 1 wrapping and Haailla.-
,' SOO.lMIONo. 2 , ,
aoo,KH3 No. a " ''
i' . 200.0110 No. 4 .
2n0,IKI0No. 6 " "
2i0,i0 No. 8 " ' ' '
. ' 200,000 No. 10 "tS'lt
200,000 No. 12 ' -
; 200,000 No. 1ft i ,
. , , 200,(100 Ne. 18
" 1 2O0,(i0No. 20
.Ii" 2O0,OII0No. 24
., ... aiai.oijo No, 1 White Tea Bags;
- 2isi,S)No. 2
. 200,000 No. I
Tha above are ant ne In nanbacaa nf rM l.aaa onrt.
We aro manufacturing from aixtjt to Si-venti-five
thousand Bags per dai
niton A nBATrmr.ri
I A
Poper Bag Manufectiirera,
And Wholesale Pan r healers,
T7and79 VHlniit-sirer.t.
oc22
HENRY DAVID,
Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer In
Hoops, Perfsimery, Fancy Goods. Arc,
So. 378 MAIN-STREET,
BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH.
N D JOBBERS BY CALLING AND
, JLal examining my Stock will find that I
am selling lower than any other house in the city.
ftios)
FRESH FISH1
' S AIT. WATER AND LAKE VlSU
TOZER'S EASTERN FISH DEPOT,
!. 308 Vlae-sle, bet. Fifth aad Wxth.
fR. TOZER BEGS TO ANNOUNCE
lr A that he haa established a regular depot for the
sale of all kinds of aalt-ater Fish, fresh from New
York; also Lake Flah from Cleveland aud Sandusky;
together with Clams and Oyaterain the shell, Lorj.
iters. Crabs, Eels (alive), and all kinds of asaaonable
Oameand Can Oysters. He will furnish thoahove
named articles OHSAPSK THAN ANY (H UE It
PLACE IN THB CITY. Family orders promptly
attended to and sent home free of charge. 1'lea.s
call p.nit Vavronr orders. ' eo,,
SADDLE, TRUNK AND IIARNESS
.MANUFACTORY,
lCi Mala-atreett three doore above Third.
KBKP ON HAND AND MAKS TO 0M
DBR all klnda of Horse Trappings, in tbe best
and most substantial manner. A lao, a large assort
ment of Horse Blanketa, V, hips, Carpet and Leather
Hags. Bridle Bits. Buffalo Kobes, Valises (the real
sole-leather), Mall Trunks, Sponge, and a large as
sortment belonging to ibis line. I will acil as low
aa ths lowest.
-i , . : S. CABRICK.
nolS-ay
LADIES' FURS J
'" 1
QjTJB. ASSORTMENT IS LARGE AND
embraces all the leading atyles in every rnrlrt
of ITJB, whloh we warrant . . ,
NEW AND PEKKKCT.
J.CTOWEBS&CO.
I ,"1; HATTBUS AND FIJaRIEH,
NO. 149 MAIN-STRKET,
aoia ' One dour Mow Fourth.
3r;f 'per-:, x eters,
v .Na. 03 WBSIlfOETlI.iilTREET,
HAS 1 NOW. IN: 8 TOR E'A' LAROfi
'STfJfJK OV ' .. :
(VATCR.B hOttt' .IWil.-VK
To which "rite ''eoticn of tiio jut 'it.

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