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WANTED.
''W4NT8," "FOB BALI!" "TO LOT," "LOST,"
ruuKD,"fto.lin this column, occupying live line!
or lets, two Insertions, twenty-five Cents. '
VJU'ANTED A small HOUSE in the west-
ern part of the city; containing from S to 5
rooms; would purchase the furniture. Address X 0
ff through the Postoffloc. de7d'
WANTED-CUrlrj, book-keepers, lalea
W men, bar-keppers, porters, coopers, carpen
ters, mechanics, laborers anil others, can and sltua.
lions at the Merchants' Clerks Beglstry Office, la)
Walnut-street, ide7bJ HALBtCO.
VVANTED To correspond with persons
.7.1... nlng steam power, who ra Interested In
an effectual preventive against In. nutation from the
use or lime-water. Address J. BIOHABDS,
. Columbus, 0.
WNTED-HOUSE-Contalnlng t 8
roomi, Immediately, Address 133 Third
ttreet. de7b
WANTED A Young Lad; to play la an
Amateur Dramatic Company, una who hta
had sotue experience preferred. Addreaa, with par
ticulars, N. A.fl. 8 Cincinnati poatofflce, until Frf.
dHy. dc7-b
WANTED Right off, without delay, a
male Cook ; aleo a female Cook. Apply early
at the General Intelligence Agency OtSee of A. D.
CAH80N ft 00., No. 38) Weatern-row. deeb
WANTED A NURSE GIRL-Entlrely
competent to taka charge of chlldran. Nona
other need arply. Apply at 137 Broadway. depb
WANTED WET-NUKSH A good wet
, nurse, without a child, immediately, at No.
W Sixth-street, Itooma 10 and 11, third atory. de6b
WANTED E H P L 0 Y M E N T By a
young man aa Porter, or to take oare of
Horses: or a situation where he can make hlmaalf
Centrally useful. Addreaa C. W. B. at thla office.
deob
WANTED A small HOUSE of four or
live rooms, within aeren or eight aquarea of
the Postofflra, by a tenant who will pay In advance.
Addreaa H. T. at thla ofllce. deb
WANTED AGENTS and other aotlve
voting men to aell one of the beat artlclea
aver offered to the public. Agenta are making i
per day. Call at 128 Walnut-street, Boom 1, dob
WANTED-A small HOUSE, with two or
three roomi, or one or two rooms, unfur
nlahed, and without board. In a private family, by a
Xentleman and hla wife. Booms with gai preferred,
ddress P. at thla office. defih
WANTED BOARDERS-Two gentlemen
can obtain Boarding at No. 321 West Fonrth
street. fdeab'J
WANTED AGENTS A good chance is
now oftered to good reliable men wishing to
travel. No onpilat required. For information apply
to A. D. Canon A Co., General Information Agenta,
No. 8113, Weatern-row, Cincinnati, Ohio. do7b
WANTED M E N A large number of
active, lndnetrloiia men can And agreeable
and at the aame time lucrative employment in the
ale of some new and popular Books and Maps.
These WOrka are written liv the lieat hlstnrfana nnil
authora known to tha civilized world ; hence their
popularity, vyouie ann examine xor yourselves De
ore engaging in the aale of other publications.
mAun H. Publisher,
de3tf 3a Weat Foarth-atreet, Cincinnati.
WANTED 500 AGENTS To aell Dr.
GEO. BABBEB'8 INSTANTANEOUS BE
LIEF from all pain, the beat remedy in the world
for Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Call at the Ball
road Hotel at 12 o'clock. deeb
FOR RENT.
fOR RENT A ROOM Suitable for two,
.C with board. Apply at No. 8 Kant Seventh
street; defili
IOR RENT-Two BOOMS and STORE
- ROHM, situated on Elm-street-No. 528-be-tween
Fifteenth and Liberty streets. Kent $13 per
month. App'y on the premises. Reference re
r Hired. de6b
fXOR REfIT HOUSE With eight rooms,
JC and gas. No. 171 Weat Third-street. Bent f 30
per month. Inqnlre on the premises. de6u
FOR RENT ROOMSSuitable for rail
road, law or insurance offloes, on second and
third Doors, lu four-story building opposite the
Press Ofllce. The building haslbeen newly re-painted
and re papered, All in good older. Apply at the
I'reea Office. now
BOARDING.
BOARDING A lady and gentleman, or
two single gentleman, can have a comfortable
front room, with board. In a private family. Apply
at No, 7 Ninth-street, between Vine and Walnut.
fdeb
BOARDING Two aingle gentlemen ean
obtain a nice room, with board, Are and light,
at ffS 60 per week, by applying immediately at No.
107 Longworth-street, botwoen Elm and Plum.
IdeSb'J i
BOARDING A few day-boarders and a
gentleman and his wife can be accommodated
with board at No. 296 Flflh-streot, between John
reet and Western-row. de6b
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE Pure Crab and Sweet Cider,
and a general aaaortment of Groceries, Ac,
wholesale and retail. C. H. HA R WOOD & SON,
de7b . Nortb-eaet cor. Fourth and Mill-street.
F
OR SALE-r-600 acres of 12-oent Lands
In Southern Missouri: food farmlna lands:
Hood titles ; will be told very low for cash. For fun
titer particulars address Lock Box 817, Cincinnati
Fostofllce. defib
FOR SALE BUGGY A good Phaeton
Buggy. Inquire of B. P. McOOMAS,
deSc Mb. &7 Western-row, Cinciunatl.
LOST.
W OST PORTE-MONNAIE On Monday
JL4 evening, Dec. 5, a porte-monnale containing
about $30 in bills, viz: 2 tens. 1 State Bank of Ohio,
1 Com. Bank Ky. and 3 bills on Howard Bank of
Boston. Tbe fluder will receive 110 reward by leav
Ing It at 29 West Sevonth-itreet. - de7b
f OST-BLUE CAMEO BREA8TPIN On
JLi Ba'r. Mound or Sixth-street, below John. The
finder will be rewarded by leaving it at 301 Sixth
street. detib
MUSICAL.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING. REMEMBER
that Llghte A Bradbury's and
A. B, Gale & Co., of New York, and
Wm. Knabe A Co.. of Baltimore,
Pianos, can be found only at 72 West
Fourth-street. I am orTerinff o-naat
Inducements for cash, or will rent, and let the rent
pay for tbe Piano, at 72 West Fonrth-street.
c. m. MriRnn.
The largest stock of Helodeons in the city. no30
at -1HRISTMAS1 CHRISTMAS II CHRIST-
M A 81 1 1 Kemember that
Haileton Brothers, Raven, Bacon A
io., uanei, itavis as uo., ana fetors, nnrwa
Ortggs A Co.'s Pianos cannot be 1 1 9 I I
fnnnfl In ninflinn.H evrenf tfHnM11 1 v
West Fonrth-street. I will sell for cash, as low as
any one east or weat, or will rent, and let the rent
pay for the Piano, at a West Fourth-itreet.
J. CHURCH, Jr.,
noiO Depot for Helodeons and Harmoniums.
4'0 WORTH OF PIANO MUSIC FOR
$100. jf.
THE HOME CIRCLE,
A collection of Marches. Waltses, Tolkas, BT
Bchottlsches, Quadrilles, Redowas, Contra Dances,
Ao. A Superb Volume of Popular 10 uaie. Arranged
for tbe Piano-forte. Price $160. In cloth )2. Copies
tent by mall. Published by ,f. CHORCH, Ja
nolStf M West Fourth-street.
STAR AND THISTLE,
Sixth-it., bet. Walnut and Vine
MESSRS. CRAWFORD MoKENZIE
have the honor to inform their friends and the
public generally that they have fitted up. at great
xpene, in the most elegant manner, the above.
estaDitsment arter the New xorK and London style,
being entirely new, and the first of tbe kind ever
attempted Weat of the Mountains. Will open on
SATURDAY, Dec. 3. Musical Soirees every Tues
day, Thnrsday and Saturday evenings. Chair taken
tiy Mr. Crawford at 8 o'clock precisely. no29
WILSON, GARLICK CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
11IE11CIIAJVTS,
DEALERS IN LIVE AND DRESSED
Hogs. Pork, Lard, Whisky, Flour, Grain, Ac
Ofllce north-west corner Sixth and Ualn-streets,
Cincinnati, opposite me uau nouae.
The undersigned having formed a oopartnerahlp
In the General Produce aud Commission Business,
tinder the style of Wilson, Garll:k A Co., respect
fully tender their services and solicit the patronage of
their friends and the pnblic. Particular attention
paid to buying and selling Hogs, Whisky, Flour,
Grain, Ac Their charges will be aa moderate ae
any other good house in the city. Refer to the mer
chants of Cincinnati generally.
A. WILSON, .la.,
H. T, OARLICK,
to2Sbm L.T.BAUR.
LANE BODLEY,
aUiTJ'-CTTJMM OF
Wood-Working Machinery
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
trnr Johaat4 WaUr: GlelMmti,0
art-lr
THE PRESS.
WKDNBUDAV
.DEGEIUBBK 9
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Ir yon want a servant, advertise In
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Ir you want a bonis, advertise In
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Ir yon want to aell anything, advertise In
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Ir yon want to boy anything, advertise In
THE PENNY PRESS.
Ia fact, every want supplied by airtlilng In
THE PENNY PRESS.
Don't forget that tho Pennv
Preaa la the medium through which to
make known jour wanta! Advertise
ments of five llnee and let, Inserted
twice for tweuty-nve cental
HP-Penny Preae to be had erery
morning at the Counting-room door.
Only one cent.
CITY NEWS.
Tiunm. Mr. S. C. Meredith, of Adami'a
Eipreia Company, has our daily tbanka for
Indianapolis papers.
Baths. Don't forget that the Burnet Eouae
bath-rooma are now open to the public. They
are in the baaemont, entrance on Vine-street.
They are tbe beat arranged in the city.
MiTKosoLooioii OsaamTioifg. For the
ftnny 7V, by Henry Ware, Optlolan, No. 7
Weat Fonrth-street, December f. '
O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer.
'AM 30 M
Miy W 46
P. &I 29.M VI
WiNTga Boots. How many are there, to
day, complaining of cold feet ? Remember
that the remedy ia at hand, and should be
provided at onoe. Go to J. H. Detera, Fourth
street, weat of Walnut, and get a pair of hla
double-aoled, eork-aoled or stitched-bottom,
wator-proof boota. Don't poatpone it.
Gboi.oot amd the Biblk. Dr. Boyntbn
propoaea to show, in a course of leoturea upon
Geology, that the acienoe and the Bible do not
disagree, and will deliver hit first discouseon
Wednesday evening next at Smith & Nixona
Hall. Tbe lectures will doubtless be instructive-
and worthy the attention of all who are
Interested In the aubject.
T. M. M. L. Association. Farther induce
ments are offered to aeonre an inoreaaed mem
bership to this Asnoolation. The Directors
have two prizes to offer: Tho person who shall
present tbe greatest number of names for mem
bership during this ourrent month of Decem
ber ahall be entitled to a fifty dollar life
membership; or a finely bound complete set
of the works of Washington Irving.
.
Unpaid Lkttrrs. The following ia a list of
letters detained for non-payment of postage at
the Postoffiee, in this olty, December 6:
Louis M. Mlllor, Ashtabula, Ohio.
Louis M. Miller, Conusant, Ohio.
Heinrlch Wllklnnlng, Jonea' Station, I ml.
Henry Blaksly, St. Lonis, Uo.
Susan Amphlett, Plattsvllle, Win.
A. U. Austin, Detroit, Mich.
Alkiuaon A Twinehaut, Bennington, lud.
Rrciifts at ths Mayor's Omen. Daring
the past week Mr. Belts, the Mayor's Clerk,
paid into the City Treasury the sum of
$1,551 70, derived from the following sources :
:!; - $12 SO
Express Wagons ,. 20 00
Omniliuaea j no
Exhibitions and Balls l no
Hucksters y, oo
Peddlers ,., g oo
Cincinnati Street Railroad per capital tax 623 93
raasenger " " " ' "... 8.VS 77
Total..
..51 ,551 70
Important to Everybody. We were in
formed yesterday that the city authorities have
determined to rigidly enforce the ordinanoe
relative to oleanslng tho sidewalks of anow and
loe. On Sunday last the streets were almost
impassable, from negleot upon the part of per
sons to make the aidewalks free from slush,
and there ia every prospeot that they will
be Is the same condition to-day. The ordi
nanoe is very explicit, and If our information
be correct, much trouble may be saved by
timely attention to its requirements.
Serious Railroad Accident it Tin: Third
Wabd. A milkman, named Mathiaa Walle,
while driving cross ths track of the Little
Miami Railroad, a short distance above the
depot, yesterday afte.-noon, was ao seriously
injured by a locomotive, whioh ran against
bis wagou, that it is feared he can not recover.
The vehicle was completely demolshed, and
he was thrown to the ground so violently that
hit arm waa broken and hla skull quite severely
fraotured. lie was conveyed to a house in
the neighborhood where his wounds were
dressed and his arm amputated, but his Inju
ries are of such a nature that it is more than
likely they will prove fatal. ,
A Minister Mistakbn for an Actor, One
of our violent pro-slavery Southern exchanges
presents its readers with tbe following ex
traordinary intelligence: "The ultra-abolitionist,
Conway, who for some months pest
has been making a great stir iu Cincinnati, by
his rabid haranges against slavery, has at last
turned actor, and is drawing crowds of negro
worshippers to the Opera-house in that city."
This will be very new news here, and we
would respectfully inform our Southern cotem
porary that Monoroe D. Conway, tbe Unita
rian minister, and F. B. Conwav. doinc tha
leading business at the Opera-house, are two
very ainerent persona, ana are only related to
each other through Adam and Eve.
Board or City Imfrqvkmknts. At the reg
ular aesaion of the Board of City Improvements,
held yesterday morning, the Clerk was di
rected to prepare and transmit to the City
Counoll ordinances to assess a special tax upon
the real estate bounding and abutting on the
following alleys: Hogan-alley from Forbus
alley to Honry-streetj Hazen-alley from Hafer
alloy to Green-street
Alsoto advertise for sealed proposals to
grade and macadamise Brown-street, from
Samuel J. Brown's west line to the north cor
poration line.
The following repairs of accepted bowldered
streets were ordered: Linn-street from Liberty
to Everett, for $35; Mercer-street from Vine
to Walnut, for $3; Providence-street from
Weatern-row to Whitewater Canal, for $3;
Crossings at the intersections of Longworth
and Elm-streets, for $15; Crossings at the in
tersections of Sixth and Elm-streets, tl i.
The Commissioner of the Western District
was instructed to have the sidewalks on Richmond-street,
opposite Linn, repaired with
gravel, at a ooat of $10.
The Board looated nine public lamp posts,
ia Laurel-street from Linn to Freeman.
Kxw Books. Applegate k Co., No. 43
Main-street, have just issned, In neat form,
"First Qaarrelffand First Dlsoordsin Marriage
Life," to which is added a "Matrimonial Peace
Offering," from the pen of J. H. Burk. It is
a series of entertaining sketches, well con
ceived and pointedly told, whioh should be
read by those contemplating matrimony, as it
Indicates many of the avoidable "breakers
ahead."
They have also received "First Lessons in
Geography,'' by S. Augustus Mitchell, designed
as an introduction to the same author's "Pri
mary Geography ." It is admirably arranged.
Also, "The Boy's own Toy-maker," which
la a practical illustrated guide to tbe naeful
employment of leisure hours. The industrious
boy who wishes to exercise his mechanical
tastes, can here learn the mysteries of kite
building, ship rigging, drum making, boat
building, Ac
Queer Adventure at the Court-House—
An Eccentric Mistaken for a Lunatic.
A rather droll story Is told around the
Court-bouse, concerning one of its fortrer rti
(acAei, who, from extreme eccentricity, has
been regarded by many 'of his acquaintances
as lunatic, and whose very peculiar conduot
baa, it ia said, given Just oattse for suspicion
cl his sanity. One day of last week, a man
haying been arrested, and an Inquest de lu
natho wquirendo held upon him In the Probate
Conrt, he was pronounced a fit subject for the
Asylum. At this Juncture, the person whose
duty it is to oonvey lunatics to Lick Run,
was called to take oharge of his prisoner,
being previously advieed to be wary in ap
proaching tha nnfortunate.
The driver, Tim,, went toward the door of
the Probate Court, and happened to see our
eecentrio hero we will call him Bob supposed
him the person with whom he waa to deal.
Tim. beokoned to Bob, and when he had ap
proaohed asked him down stairs. Having
arrived there, Bob was invited to take a ride
on Tim's wagon np town to a lager-beer saloon.
In a moment more, the two were rattling
along briskly, and whan they had nearly
reaohed ths Brighton Houae, Bob Insisted
upon knowing where his companion was going.
Tim, thinking he had been playing the hyp
ocrite long enough, informed Bob that he was
destined for the Asylum) pointing to the in
stitution In the distance. "Well, if that's your
direction, I'm going back to town," observed
Bob, not even then suspecting the mlataks of
the driver. Bob was about getting out when
Tim seised him, and, after a struggle, tied his
arms together with a handkerchief; but Bob
soon unloosed his hands', and when Tim en
deavored again to detain him, he struck out
boldly, and knocked the Jehu head-foremost
Into the gutter ; and leaving him to his reflec
tions, hurried rapidly away.
Tim returned to the Court-house is soon
as he could remove the mud from his garments
and wash tha blood from his face, seeking
for his escaped prisoner, only to learn of his
egregious blunder and to bear a great roar on
his announcement of his adventure.
Tim consoled himself for this merriment,
which doubtless appeared to him unseemly,
by declaring that he'd "taken many a man to
the Asylum, but he had never seen a chap
madder than that fellow."
[Communicated]
A Protest from the third ward.
To the Editon of the Prta;
In behalf of a large number of German
born reaidents of the Third Ward, I desire to
interpose for a favorable public sentiment
among citizens outside of that ward, to aua
tain the opposition of those living in it,
against the oocupanoy of the aohool-houae on
the north-west corner of Esst Front and Parsons-streets.
The public meeting held last
week, and the determined mode used, of ex
pressing the indignation of the eitizena, wero
to express in the firmest and most forcible
manner the real and wide-extended opposition
to the projeot which has passed the City Coun
cil, to occupy the sohool-house designated for
a branch Prison and Work-house for female
vagrants who have been sentenced to incarce
ration for sixty days. Our position is a pe
culiar one; all the residents on the street
above, for a long distance, can reach Front
street only by passing along this building.
Even with a high fence aronnd the yard, the
prisoners, when at recreation, will be over
looked from the windows of private resi
dences in the immediate neighborhood.
Scenes of disorder and excitement will always
prevail about the entrances on the daily re
ception of prisoners. On their dismissal from
the house these depraved women will prowl
about our residences, offending by their pro
fanity and rile oonduot, the eyes and ears of
the women the ebildren. Thoy will demor
alize the young men thereabout, turning tbe
loeallty'lnto a rendezvous of the idle and dis
solute. Worthy families living in this neigh
borhood will thus be insulted. If this nui
sance Is allowed, it will be a reproach to the
City Council, and unjust to the East End.
We say no, very loud, and will appeal to the
law, if necessary.
AN OLD GERMAN CITIZEN.
Sickness at tri Citt Prison. Day before
yesterday there were five oases of delirium
trtmetu at the City Prison, one of which re
sulted in death. Yesterday an unusually bad
cace waa sent to the Commercial Hoapital,
but another waa added to the number already
under treatment, and there are now four oases
atill in that institution. We have aome reason
to believe that there are persons who are in
clined upon all occasions to be humane, and
feel that in the suffering, the destitute and
the degraded, no matter to what extent they
may be to blame for their WTetohednesa, there
ia atill eomethlng left whioh entitles them to
tho sympathies of mankind. To judge from
their actions, which, after all, is the best test
cf one's humanity, very few of this class find,
or have found, their way into our City Counoll.
Our reason for this statement maybe easily
imagined. It has long been an exploded idea
that persons who are guilty of no offense,
save tharof intoxication, should be punished
in the same manner as those who are guilty
of larceny, and in the statement which opened
this artiole may be seen one of the results of
the disregard our Council pays to the faot.
The matter has been discussed long enough,
and theeffeot of confining such persons so that
they are wholly deprived of a atimulant that
haa become a necessity of their lives, has at
length become so manifest that humanity re
fuses longer to be silent, and Insists upon
being heard. That they may be reclaimed
none oan deny, but that their conditions is
improved by the present method of disposing
of them no one ia mad enough to admit
Police Court. Judge. Lowe disposed of
forty oases yesterday, one of whioh may be of
some Interest. We therefore give it, together
with the result of some others whioh have
before beta mentioned ia our columns.
Poter Dory was examined upon an Indict
ment oharging him with publishing and selling
obscene books before a jury, whiob, after an
exceedingly careful and mlnnte examination,
found him guilty upon the second count.
Four boys, Robert McCarty, Victor Jerrard.
Barney Duffy and Thomas Burns, tbe four
boys who were arrested some daya ago upon
the oharge of grand larceny, were aent to the
House of Refuge.
Ann Goldsmith, the great western bank
note eater, was discharged because the Ken
tucky sohoolmaster refused to appear against
her, and there was In consequence of this no
evidence of her guilt.
Charles Millard, arrested in eompany with
Thomas Eugene De Marbaia, for swindling a
couple or bucolicists, was discharged, as there
was no evidence of his complicity In the affair.
Tag Wratbib Tai Cbanok or Ysstsrday.
Cincinnati can hardly be surpassed anywhere
for variableness of climate, an assertion which
vosterdav will corroborate. In the morning
a warm rain was falling, and the breath of
summer was In the clouded atmosphere. xSre
noon, tho storm had grown chill y and the
copious drops beat coldly and euarpiy upon
the pane and the pedestrian. In the after
noon the rain was accompanied by sleet, and
before dark snow was descending sparsely.
Ai the evening advanced the anow-shower
increased, and long beforo midnight' the earth
was covered with a winding-sheet. As we
writ two o'olook the snow still scatters
down, and the streets, and trees, and house
tops, are all glistening in the crystal forms,
with tha white dream of death upon tbem.
All winter appears to na as we graze out cf
the window, and the stern season displays the
frozen scepter of its Icy reign.
Hats. Those wishing to purehase tbe latest
style et hats should, before going e.sewhere,
eall on B. R. Alley, No. 41 Broadway. He
furnishes nothing but a superior article, and
persons relying upon his representations will
not be deceived, lie also has the celebrated
seamless oap.
- t
MiUTAnr. The different officers in the
city, to attend the Military Convention, will
lie preaent in full uniform at the Opera-house
this evening, by invitation of Manager Barras.
Fifth Anniversary Home of the
Friendless—Addresses by Rev. N.
West and Rev. Kingston Goddard.
The fifth anniversary of the Hnma of tha
Friendless waa held last night at Union Chapel,
on Seventh-street, nesr Western-row. The
audience was quite large, notwithstanding tbo
weather, which doubtless deterred many per
sons from attending who, under any other cir
enmstanoes, would ha vs been present.
SECRETARY'S REPORT.
The usual devotional exercises, such as read
ing the Scriptures, singing and prayer, opened
the meeting, after which the report of tbe sec
retary, Mrs. 8. Frankland. was read bv Judge
Storer. The report was elsgently written, and
in many parts was quits rhetorical In style.
It was lone and smbodlod a relation of the
doings of the Board of Managers, their visits
w me rrtsons anu Hospitals, tneir hopes and
fears, and containing many Incidents and
statements from nsrsons who had been re
claimed through the efforts of the Soolety, that
must nave neon grateiui to ita members as
they were interesting to the audience.
The Home for the Friendlesa has now been
In susceasful operation five years, and during
all thla time haa been pleading for help te en
able the Board of Managers to provide a auit-
auio piace igr me accommodation 01 tneremaies
under their care; but still they labor under tho
disadrantatte of an annarent lank of a-enaral
Interest In the Institution In tho oommunlty
and an almost deploted Treasury. During
the past year one hundred persons havs been
received into the Home, and there has been
but one death that of an infant.
The report olosed with an anneal to tha gen
erous to assist them in the work they had un-
uoriaBen, a sincere regret lor tne sickness of
the President, whose oounsel and aid the Board
could not spare, and at remembrance of the
aympatby it bad reoeived from the friends of
the institution.
TREASURER'S REPORT.
The report of the Treasurer, Miis-HHtry A.
draff, was also quite long, and was only par
tially read. The recolnts durins the vear. In-
eluding the balanoe on hand at ths last re
port, amounted to $3,905 64, of which $461
were received by subscription, and $670 48 by
donations. The expenditures, inoludlng house
rent ana nouse expenses, amount to $3,740 85,
leaving a balanoe in the Treasury of $164 68,
ADDRESS B7 REV. If. WEST.
Rev. Mr. Weat opened hla address by atatlng
that he was glad of the opportunity afforded
him to speak in behalf of the almost aband
oned class, whom the Association had taken
under Its oharge. The female who had once
sinned was seldom reclaimed, and the fault
was principally that or society. The betrayer
was taken into tbe parlor and made a friend,
but the victim of his plot waa orushed to the
earth. No one oould deny thla fact, but could
any one asaert that it was the result of a true
Christian apirlt. It is, however, the spirit of
a virtuous community, but waa it auoh an one
aa the brother would bear toward his sister, or
a father toward his erring child.
ADDRESS ET RSV. KINOSTON 00DDAR0.
Rsv. Mr. Ooddard spoke of the cause in
which these noble women were engaged, and
was glad to tee ao large a number present the
fact might be denied, but it could not be dis
guised, that the persons who were to blame for
the misery of those fallen women were our
brothers and our fathers, and with referenco
to the more advanced in age, many of them
were to be found in our ohurches.
He had stood at the bed-side of the dying
girl whose life had been one of shame, and
breathed into her ear the same words of con
solation he had used to the members of hia
chnrob, and knew there waa no depth the
divine arm oould not reaoh. Their hearts
were naturally no worse than ours, and might
be touohed by the same voice and restrained
by the same love. Conversion was not merely
moral reformation, and if tbey were approached
with confidence and love, their hearts might
be found and changed.
Art and seience always undertook tbe hard
est task, that they might leave the greater
monuments. The diver found the brightest
pearl in the midst of a mass of corruption; and
so in this case many of the britrhteat intel
lects were olouded by shame, and an cols were
often hidden beneath the tinsel and rouge of
cue uniortunate magdaien.
Memphian Nights. The nights have been
as dark as those of Memphis or Clmnterium
this week, and yet the street lamps have been
extinguished according to tbe almanaa, leav
ing the olty wrapped in Impenetrable gloom.
Several accidents have ocourred, and one or
two persons who fraotured their limbs talk of
aueing tne city tor damages.. It is high time
this absurd custom of regulating lights by the
almanao should be abolished.
Death in the City Prison Cokoneb's In
quest. Coroner Carey was called upon yes
terday morning to hold an inquest upon the
body of a man named Peter Kelly, who died
at the City Prison. There was little difficulty
tn determining tne cause 01 nis aeatn, how
ever, and the verdict of the jury was to the
effect that it waa the result of long-oontlnucd
intemperance.
Monetary and Commercial.
Eastern Exchange was quiet and rather low
jresterdar at H buying, and premium selling, with
transactions at 32M3.1c. With the lotting In of the
very cold weather, It is probable ths rats will decline,
and we think it mar ro down to-day.
Money waatn active demand yesterdnr In the reg
ular quarters; and ths market was closer than on
Monday.
No change in any special feature of finance; tbe
storm interfering with all out-door business.
Superfine Flour was iu good demand yesterday, Hnd
though purchasers were willing to buy at S3 lug,i l.i
holders asked higher prices. No change occurred in
Whisky.
Tbe market Tor Hogs opened with animation, aud
advanced 76 per rent, from Slouday'a prices. The
very firm feeling gave way, however, aa the day ad
vanced, ami a decline of 25c. occurred. The entire
number killed op to last evening was li,0no, agalnat
'231,000 to the lame date lantaeaaon. At the close of
the market yesterday holders were deslroun of selling
and almost all the lots offered were disposed of.
Provisions were unsettled on 'Change, and a num.
bercf lots were re sold. Groceries wers steady and
unaltered, and Grains without caange.
The Imports and Exportsof various articles during
the twenty -four hours ending yesterday noon, were
as follows:
Jmi'ohts. Flour, 7i7 brls. ; Whisky, 1,043 brls.;
Corn, 9,603 bushels; Wheat, 2,1(2 bushels; Oats, 636
bushels; Barley 1,794 bushels; Hogs, 7.703 head, includ
ing 3,300 left at Brighton House tbe nrst three days of
last week; Sugar, 371 hhds.; Mohusas, 112 brls.; Coffee,
309 bags; Apples, J39 brls.; Butter, 28 kegs; Potatoes,
SO brls.; Pork and Bacon, 72.M7 brls.
Eiposts. Flour, 442 brls.; Whisky, 442 brls.: Corn.
300 bushels: Wheat, 274 bushels ; Sugar, 63 hhds.;
Molasses, 104 brls.; Coffee, 174 baga; Apples, 91 brls.;
Butter, 69 kegs; Cheese; 766 boxes; Potatoes, SO brls.;
Salt, 23) brls.
The import entries at New York for tbe past week,
Including the dry-goods table in our last paper,
amount to t,W3,844 against 83,633,667 the same week
last season. The exports of domestic produce and
miscellaneous goods are 81,418,131 against $7I.',M0
same week last year, and of specie, including $230,
SCO by tbe Vigo, for Liverpool, on Saturday, ?71o,oo0
against $115,000 same week in ISM.
Monday's Mew Tork Times observes concerning
Saturday:
During the week past, although ths bank move
ment was strengthened on Monday by81,721,iGti from
California, tbe tendency of the Money market was
to firmness In the rates of DisconDt 011 long-late
bill, outside the Bank rule, and also on temporary
loans to broken on miscellaneous collateral. At
the same time, prime short-date acceptances were
taken by ontalde lenders at t6 per cent., and
money placed on pledge of State and federal securi
ties at M14 per cent. The Banks get 7 per cent, on
nearly all Discounts for ancount of their regular
dealers. The rale on call to the Stock Brokers is
generally S per cent., at which there waa a good de
mand at ths close of the week. Some of the private
banking-houses In the Vorolgn Exchange, owing to
the rather light demand for Bills on Jtnglaud and
France, were less free as lenders of money at call.
No movement of Specie In the direction of the South
has yet taken place, the Exchange on Kew York at
New Orleans being maintained within a small frac
tion of par. Bills on London are easier, at IWMfSi
1 10, and on Paris f.).lo.l3X.
CINCINNATI MARKET—DECEMBER 6.
FLOOB A good demand for superfne, and buyers
willing to pay Ja lftS 16 for fair to good superfine,
but holders asked higher prices.
WHISK Y-No change In the market; the demand
Is fair at 31Xo.
HOGS Tbe market opened buoyant, and prices
advanced 25c par cental, and a lot sold at $7, aver
aging 230 lis. As the day advanced, holders became
more anxious to sell, and on 'Change a decline of 25c.
waa established, and 2,500 head sold, closing at ! 40
to $S 75: Hogs averaging 2") lbs. brinting to 60 to
8SA5. The receipts during the last twenty-four hours
were about 5,000 head. The whole number slaught
ered up to date ia about I t5,mi, against : 31, 000 the
same time last year. At the close the desire to aell.
waa quite general, and drovers closed ont all they
had pretty generally.
PB0VI8I0NS The market became Quito unset
tled on 'Change, and ws noticed a strong desire to
sell contraote tor future dellrorr, and several re-eales
were made, and at the close bulk Meat was offered,
for February, at 6X and g)tc., being a decline of M.
from yesterday. The sales aud ra-salee reached 600.
000 pounds. . No change In Green Meats, though
there was not much done, as the forenoon waa bad.
Lard may be quoted at loMiaiOr., with a moderate
demand at tha former Ml-. Mews Pork was quite
unsettled, and It wanbiAvalt to obtain reliable ano
int ions, at tlie close. There were buyers at (IS 50,
and In one case at 810 75 lor present d livery, but
ales were, made for January, at $17. There waa a
disposition to aell for Fehruaro, at 117 At-. The fact
ia, the inarkatwss quite unsettled, aud say quota
tions we could give would not apply tu any time be
yond tho present moment.
OHOUEH1ES- The demand contlnnea moderate, at
THgXc. fortiugar; 45,(4 16c. for Molasses, and 12
13c. for Coffee.
OIL Linseed firm at .180., with a fair demand.
WHEAT Ths market ia firm, with a good demand
at onr last quotations: sales of 5 000 bushels choice
white at 81 2H; 7:0 do. prime red at l 14; 2") do.
mixed ut 81 22, and 120 do. inferior white at ft lit.
COHN Tbe market i firm, with a good demand
at 46c.
OATS There la a good demand, and prices steady
at 4oc.
B A it LE7-Tli6 demand continues act Ive, and prices
Prm at 75o. fur prime fall, and 6.'.$',0c. for lair to
good: sales of 400 bushels good at 70c,
ItYE-Ths market is firm, with a good demand at
sue.
4!I1EK8E-Tlie market continues firm, with an ac
tive domsnd. We quote Western Beserve at K'., and
English Hairy at lie.
BUTTEK There is a fair demand for roll, at 15
!rc. for fair to choice;
AFPLEts-There Is a good demand, and prices firm
at 1 7.'M 75 per barref, according to quality.
POTATOKS-The market is Arm, with a good de
mand; prime Nasbauocks ars selling at tl 50 per
barrel.on arrival.
CLOVER 8EEB The demand continues active,
and prices firm at 84 65 in sacks, aud It 75 in barrels.
[BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.]
'
"New Yobs Mahsst, December t P. 11. Flour
market less activo, and scarcely so bnoyant: sales of
12,0110 barrels, at 85 KXJ.'i 20 for siiperliue State; Is 30
fa,, 35 for extra State; $5 likJ 25 tor superfine West
ern; 85 3na.5 4.' for common to medium extra do.,
and 85 56 75 for Inferior to good shipping brands
extra rouud-hoop Olilo, Canadian Flour quiet and
unchanged: sales of UO brli. M 85 40(3)6 30 for com
mon to choice extra. Rye Flonr in fair request
at 83 4033 i: sales of 21)0 barrels. Wheat market
very unlet, aud prices unchanged: sales of 10,050
bushels, at I) 76 for verv cholco Mllwankle Olnb, In
ati're; 81 50 lor while Micliignu. live unchanged:
aales at 84)tU0c, Barley dull and heavy: sales of
s,f 00 bushels, Canada West, on private terms. Corn
very scarce and firm: aalea of 7.UU) bushels, at S5S0.
W, HMCT JUllVTT.nUU J. VI JIIVW. VIB II TU1
at 45tAc. for State. Western and Canadian . Whisky
firm: sales of 475 brla. at 27d27Hc pork market
Itruier: sales of 3,500 brla. at (16 3:4415 Ml fur mess;
$11 60ail 63 for prime; 1 15 UKgl6 50 for prime
mess including 2,000 brls. prime, at buyers option
in thirty or sixty days, at 811 75. Beef unchanged:
sales of 225 barrels. Dressed Hogs steady at &Hc
tor corn fed. Beef Bams iiulte steady at 8IKJ9I SO
for tbe whole range. Prime mess Beef steady at 817
ra)19. Cut Meats quiet: sales of (,oi)0 pounds, pickled,
at 7Mo. Lard quiet snd steady: sales of 215 brls. at
IdaiOc. Butter steady aud unchanged. Chesse
unchanged.
Steamboat Register.
AaaivAt.s.-Telegraph, Louisville; Bostons, Ports
mouth; Clipper, Big Handy; Prioress, Madison; Mel
rose, Mayeville: Bay City, Pittsburg; Emma, Pitts
burg; Texas, Bock; Virginia Home, Neville; Dim
leith, Neville.
DEPittTDBH.-Doxtoim. Portsmouth: Ollnser. Bin
Sandy; Prioress, Madlaon: Liberty, Wheeling; Mel
rose, tuaysviiie; lcipgrapn, umiiviue; Lieuigu, 01.
Louis; Polsud, Nashville; Llghtfoot, Nmuvllle; Dim
leith, Neville; Virginia Uotnu. Neville.
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
Chester Baxter vs. V. F. Itoellsou and
wifo Stephen Foster vs. tbe same Before Judge
Collins. These are petltiona Sled to foreclose mort
gages amounting to about $Vkjo, given by defend
ants 011 the real estate of Mrs. B. to secure the ns
sociable promissory notes of her husband, delivered
to C. P. Pock, and by him ussigued to plaintiff be
fore maturity, tor value, In tho usual course of bus!
iioria. The case was argued by Mr. Ball and Jnlge Cald
well for plaintiff; and by Judge James and Mr.
Stans berry for delense.
0. F. Carey, Treuanrer of Karniers' College vs.
Gray. An action tried ucforo Judge Carter to re
cover $120 on subscription fur stock.
CttiMiNAL. The State vs. Abuolom Grapevine. Ths
prisoner has been placed on trial, charged with mur
der in the second degree tlio homicide of Henry
Morris. Tho occurrence took place on Sunday, the
;ath of March, in a bar-room on Froiit-stroet. The
deceased was struck with a billet of wood in the
head, and died the following day.
Tho evidence has uot concluded.
SUPERIOR COURT.
The argument commenced beforo Judge
Storer In the case of T. A. Morten against John
Bates. Mr. Logan opened for the plaintiff, and was
followed by Mr. Fox for ths defense. Mr. Ware H ill
close to-day on the part of the plaintiff, and the case
will be left with the Court,
COVINGTON NEWS.
A Drunken Dksi'erado Fivs Hum Stauiied,
One Phosadly Fatai.lv. One of the moat unpro
voked outrages that has ooourred here for a long time
took place lu tbe neighborhood of Drovers' Inn aud
Bank Lick-streot, yosterday.
A notorious individual, JjM. Sullivan, engaged,
when sober, in work lug at the depot, and when
drunk, in creating disturbances with those who
chance to he in hie way, became Inebriated, and,
nhile in ths neighborhood of Drovers' Inn, met a
man named McNoese, from Harrison County, who
waa driving some hogs. A ltliough au entire stranger,
Sullivan at onco commenced u conversation, and,
without any suspicion, stepped behind the drover
and stabbed hitu in tho back, inflicting a severe,
though we learn, not iluu eeroua wound.
Soon alter he cntereda enoe-shop on the corner of
nana jjicx ana i wcntn -streets, wnere two men,
Strotner and Afel, were engaged lu conversation.
Theso he charged with attempting his life, which
they dueled; whereupon he drew a knifo aud cut
Strotner in the arm and A fid in the back of the neck.
Afal's wound is dangerous, although his friends en
tertain bupeg of his recovery. On leaving the house,
Sullivan cut a man named liultx In the back, but did
uo serious injury. Soon after he stabbed another
man, likewise in tho back, inflicting a slight wound.
The whole conduct of Pulllvau was that of a cow
Ardly assassin. Kach of his Intended victims were
approached without warning, and four of the five
sl iblieil in the back. It in no palliation that he was
drunk, lie has been engagtd in several affrays
beforo, and once narrowly escaped being sent to the
Poulteutiarv. Had be not been promptly arrested,
It U thought he would have been lynched.
Narrow Kbcapb iRoa Dbowniku. An
Irishman, named Tearny, yesterday morning at
tempted to jump on the ferry-boat after it had left
the landing, but not Iwing able to reach the boat,
Toll into too river. The engine was immediately
stopped, and Tearny caught oue of the buckets of ths
wheel, to which he clung until rescued.
MAsrKS CoumssioNER'a Salk. The Cov
ington Locomotive Works were sold to the highest
bidder yesterday. The buildings and gronnd at
tached being knocked down to Mr. Pfaw. machluoat,
of Cliiclnnatl, at 819,410. The personality brought
io"i 3,'hx to 3.5U0, Ths lerms of sale were
cash.
NEWPORT NEWS.
Thk River. The river still continues to
rise at Ihe rate of about four feet in twenty-four
hours. We presume that a large supply of coal suDi
cleut to prevent It from commanding au exorbitant
price this winter will reach us before the river
froeses over.
NXORORS CoNSIDKRKD TBOUBLS30K5 IN
Canada. A Grand Jury has made a present
ment to the Court of Assises, of Essex County,
C. W., against the negro population In the
neighborhood of Anderson Township. The
authorities of that place olaim that nine
tenths of the crimes perpetrated in that
County, according to the population, are com
mitted by the colored people. The Court, In
alluding to the presentment, spoke of this
olass of the community na "indolent, shiftless
and dishonest, and unworthy of the sympathy
that some mistaken parties had extended to
them; they would not work when opportunity
was presonted, but preferred subsisting by
thieving from respootnble farmers and begging
from those benevolently inclined."
Diath of a Rich Parisian Fdblishkr. A
leading publisher of Paris, M. Panlin, died
on November 4. His great fortune originated
in a successful style of cheap literature. He
then, for some years, devoted himself to tbe
produotion of the well-known illustrated edi
tions of Oil Hint, Holitre, Don Quixote, io.,
which owed their main attraction to the facile
pencil of Tony Johannot, but of late he has
confined himself chiefly to the Illuitrationt
journal that be has the credit of originating,
now counting its 100,000 subscribers and to
ths historical works of M. Thiers, which are
said to have sold to the amount of 700,000
volumes. In less than ten years he is re
ported to have gained more then a million of
Bancs, or $200,000.
Winter Sport in Mabbachubstts. Tbe
towns in the neighborhood of Boston are pre
paring for the akating season with great en
thusiasm. A skating park has been completed
at Slaplewood, and at large and spirited
meeting of citizens a committee was appointed
to prepare a list of gentlemen te constitute a
permanent board of officers of the "Maple
wood Skating Club."
A Cuilb Shot bt a New York Boatmak.
On Saturday morning.'in New York, some
little girls were picking up refuse coal, when
Patrick Kir by, a man employed on board a
coal barge, came ont of the cabin with a pistol
in his hand and deliberately fired it at the
nhildran. Thn hall from lha himh aj,1t
effect upon Eva Stehl, entering her side and
.1 : -tn ,u . 1 j : 1
I'Msiua, ihhi sue suug, nuuuuiag aeMaukiiv,
AUCTION SALES
AUCTION SALE. BY If. S. MILKS
Sales -room M Main-street. Groceries, Boots.
glicxM. c , at Auctlon.-Oo YYKDIiKijDAl MOKN
1 NU, December ;7, at o'clock, Ji mats Java done.
i brls. lien ned Hyrup.M bags W. Pepper, HO brls.
Cider Vinegar, IS do. Bourbon Whiaky, 10 quarter,
caiks Brandy, 120 boxes Virginia and Kentucky To
bacco, l.' brls. Smoking Tobacco, 40 boxes filar Oan
illrs, li do. Palm Soap, So ilo. German Hoap, 3qur-tr-caaks
Holland din. 4 do. Port Winea; Indigo.
Nutmegs, Cloves, ttedenrds, Fancy tHosp, (Jastlla
hoap, Ao. .
AliSO-100 case MenV and Boss' Rip and Calf
Boots, Shoes and Hrosaua, Women's and Misses'
Hoots, Ac. H. ?. Mll,kH, Auctioneer.
All C T I O " 8 A 1. E.-B Y THOMAS
JOfi NSTON, In Sales-rooms No. V3 Main -street ,
next Trust t'o. Bank, burgeatufkol prime Bonlsaud
Shoes, Overshoes, Ac. at Auction. WKDNEIMY
MUBKIKG. Doc. 7, commencing at o'clock, will
be sold, without any reserve, 2'Jo cases prime Bout
and Shoes, among which ars Mens' and Burs' heavy
Knots; qxtra heavy Brogans, Men's, Boy's and
Women's, Missrn' and Children's Bhnrs. Men's
Congress Boots, Oxford Ties, large lut of Children's
Hiocs, Ladles' tine Uailt-r Boots, Com Boots anl
tH erehoes, with rases of flats Travellug Bags, etc.
del THOMAS JOHNSTON, Auctioneer.
X O r G- !H3 '
PATENT IMPROVEMENT
mm AND STOVES!
A ny Style of (I rates oan be Wet or Reset w 1th
this Improvement.
lTK ARK NOW PREPARED TO FILL
v v orders rapidly, as ws have a large force of
good workmen.
Have your grates set with the patent before cold
weather, or you will regret it. It ia poor economy
to use your grates set in the old war, burning twice
us much coal as you ueed, and not obtaining naif as
much heat as the patent gives. The patent will save
'cur money by reducing the consumption of fuel.
It will save your health, by givinR you purs heat
and plenty of It to make your rooms comfortable In
all parts. It makes your home cheerful at a trifling
cost, whioh ll soon saved in fuel.
Ws have now a full supply of tha Patent Stoves,
plain and enameled.
Ordors maybe left at No. SO West Fifth-street, or
sent through mail.
County and State rights for aale on euch terms as
will pay five hundred per cent., without any risk.
J. B. RYAN 4 .,
Proprietors ot Dodge's Patent.
J. BLAKELY, Oeneral Agent. deocAeodr
ATTENTION, BUILDERS!
Th.W. Farrm&Co.
HAVE ESTABLISHED THE FACI
that they are selling lumber at their yard ce
Freeman-street, next to Cincinnati, Hamilton and
D ifton Railroad,
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Dealers in tas city.
"Quick Saies and Small Profits
ID THEIB MOTTO,
They submit (he following list of prices:
Cath, 4 Mo' r
Clear lumber, all thicknesses, I In. meas ) )7 Mi (0 so
Best Common, IX aud 2 Inch Plank........ 23 nt U)9T
Best " I inch Boards...,...,...,.,.. 23 7s u eg
Second " all thiaknoses...m is 60 17 f
Third " Boards II SO 1? tit
Qrub Plank, face measure 23 So 26 (a
Hemlock Joist, scantling and Timber.... U fo 17 mi
Poplar " 1J no 14 00
first Common Flooring Boards M OO SW M
Second " " " 23 7ft 25 00
Third " " 18 M 211 00
first Common Weather Boardi is no 17 60
Second " " " 12 00 is 01
Cedar Posts, 4 by 4, S feet, per hundred..,. 56 no en no
Cedar " for fencing, " " ... 30 OO SJS
Loonst " " " " 20 00 22 IW
A further rednction of 2H per cent, will be made on
bills of $100 or more.
We have one of the largest and best selected stocks
of Lumber In the Cincinnati mavrket, which we offer
Air sale at the above prices.
THOS. W. FARBIN & CO.
SADDLE) TKliNK AND 11ARMNS
MANUFACTORY,
10'J Mnln-srreet, three doors nbove Third,
KEEP ON AND AND MAKE TO OR
DER all k nde of Horse Trappings, in tbe best
and most substantial manner. Also, a large assort
ment of Hnrso Blankets, Whips, Carpet and Leather
Bags. Bridle Bits, llnttalo Bobes, Valises (the real
sole-feather). Mall Trunks, Sponge, and a large as
sortment belonging to this line. 1 will set! as low
as the lowest.
D. S. CAKRICK.
nol6-ay
orie3tai7exchange.
nPHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING EEFIX-
M. TUB the SALOON in tbe Kur,ulrer
their friends with the best iinrortedN
km in hi-n tiniv nrenaiva in iiii-ntHn, v
w lues, tiiqnors anu iignrs.
aysT Baltimore Shell Oysters served In
ovory style.
de-am KASTWOOD A BABQENT.
HUGHES & DORLAND
ISO Walnut-istrerr, below Fourth,
Wholesale dealers In
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Have this day opened a fine stock of the above goods
jdellaw
PIKEN1X INSURANCE COMPANY,
01'-
Hartford, Connecticut.
Cnpiln, 1. 100,000 Assets, 83 17, V 1.
Devoted to Fire bnsiness exclusively.
H. A. OLASBFOBB. Agenf.
no50-aiiif .13 West Third-street, Cincinnati.
a. H. Deters,
No. 3.1 WEST FOCItTII-NTRJUET,
HA3 NOW IN STOKE A LARGE
BTOOK OK .
WATEK-PnOrtiy BOOTS,
To which lie lnvllea Ihe attention of the public.
C' HOICE TEAS. My atock is large ni
well selected, from late importations. Para
and fresh Young flyaon, Gunpowder, Imperials and
Blacks, for sale in .uantltlo to suit, at low prices.
A A HON A. COLTLK,
d2 Hos. am and 321 Main-street.
PRIME COFFEES. 150 pockets Old Gov
ernment Java Coffee; 10 bales choice Mocha
t-oflae : lim bags Yellow Santos Coffee ; .'00 bags good
and prims Couee, In store and for sale by
A A 11(1 N A. DOLTRR.
doj
Nob. 319 and 321 Main-street.
SUGAR, MOLASSES AND SYRUPS
NeworopN. O, Sugars ; do. do. do. Molasses j
Hooey Syrnos, best brands ; St. Louis Golden Syrup.
In store and for sale in brls., half-brla. and ksgs,
AA tlON A. COLTKK,
del Nos. Sill and 321 Main-street.
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY. Just
received, 1 puncheons very superior Old Scotch
snd Irish Whisky. For tale by
A. Mcdonald co.,
no?8 S and Branch Store Hi West Four th-at.
SCOTCH ALE AND LONDON PORTER.
Just received, 75 casks Dlsher's, Yonnger'a, and
other celebrated brands Scotch S le and Loudon Por
ter. For sale by a. Mcdonald co.,
no2t) as and Branch Store 219 West Fourth -t.
OLIYE OIL. Just reoeived, 18 dozen
flagons very superior Olive (111. For tale by
s. Mcdonald a co.,
no2 fts and Branch Store M Wist Fnnrth-t.
VVV FRUITS. New Kaisins, new Cur
XI rants, new Vigs, Prunes, Citron, c Jut re
ceived and for sale by
JC
OHN VKROCSON. Orocer.
no29
Corner Ulnth and Vine-streets.
OYSTERS. I ant in daily receipt of tbe
best brand of Oysters coming to this city.
11 arrnmeu nvsu ana rax.
no29 Corner of Ulnth and rlno-strtels.
FAMILY FLOUR. I have always un
hand, a supply of the bent Family Flour in the
market for family use.
JOHN rreROtJHON, Urncr-r,
noJ9 Corner liinth and Vlne-atreets.
WILLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW.OheMBxUlillnas Ko.tXastThird.
street. fepo-aJ
REMOVAL . K. OSMOND, M. V;
Dentist, has removed to ti Vine-street, near
ceientS, opposite ths tiu Office. no'.'o-lm
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