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VANTED-A smaJi HOUSE f four or
Aildrwii MT. at thhoSlcg. " "'r ,D ,
WANTED A SITUATION A PaI-
VANTED BE0OM-MAV'Knscrr7I
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p of fcT.KirMw om-
- - W, B. ACKLBT.
VanTBD IMMEDIATELY--A Man
i "Uli a Home and Covered Wagon, tn take an
SwinVn.?.'1 """2"' h wlcl, Sn raaliwrroa
..'"J1"""'' deM
YVAKi35I) A HOUSE in thewest
reL .. erlJ rrt of tn "jt containing from 3 to 5
!I!Wh,MS,lbl furniture. Addrem X. O.
"'" "w"". e7d"
VlTANTED-Clerks, book-keepers, aalesl
i . w "PPara. porters, cooper, carpea-
u?.U? '"borer, ttI,d otheri, can find sltui.
. - V I1" .""'hants Ulerka Registry Office, 126
alout-atroet. Ide7b'l HALB!rfn
"VVANTED To correspond tvith persona
. . . I "' '" " puwer, woo are interested In
an trr a preventive against incriutation from the
aw of lime-water. Address J. RICHARDS,
WANTED-HOUSE-Containing 6 or 6
...!, ronra"' '"'mtrtiHtelr. Adlrees lift Third.
!'.!!: L jh;t
WANTEDA Young Lady to play in an
Amateur Dramatic Company. One who ha
had some experience preferred. Addrea. with inr.
tnlam, N. A. D. ., C ncinnati pomomw, "mil frt
WANTEI)-AGENT8-A good chance is
I tZrZi "S" ""l 10 O00'1 reliable men winning to
'J, I h fi capital raiinlred. For information apply
i tIVi, i??40" tn.rl Information Ageuta,
TyANTED-M E N A large "number of
..V, active, industrious men can find agreeable
1, h" """0 "'he .lucrative employment in Ilia
i fpJ" ' '.ne popular Books ami Maps.
.ii.lwotrk" " wrl"en by the beat historians and
, rr,V.!i.Known t0 th cl'l world i hence their
Ki. UolBe. Kua examine for yonrselvts be-
lore engaging in the sale of other publicatione.
MIKV I. Tl . Tl V" r rti ' n i i
'Mf 3S West. Fotirth-atreet, Oincinnatl
Wanted soo agents to eii Dr.
iTi.,QE0- BABBKR'8 INSTANTANEOUS RK
tilKrfrom all pain, the beat remedy in tbevorld
nr Neuralgia and Rhunmatiain. Call at the Kail,
tuad Hotel at H o'clock. deb
FOR RENT.
,10R RENT A genteel DBSIDENCE in
isewport, Dean or rork-atreet, tan minutes'
walk from the ferry. Six Rooms, Kitcbon, good
.intern, large Yard .Ac. Heut Slii per month. In
ouire of STALL MeMKEKIN, No. 40 West Sec
pa-street, Cincinnati, Ohio. deSb
BENT At $7 per month, to a quiet
faiuilj-. vitb at moet two children, two cava
fioua ROOilS, with large porch and accesnlble roof,
handy for drying clothes, In the second etory of
bnok home No. 44 Bace-strccit. Apply on the prem.
l".-s. Reference reiiiiiri'd deb
OOR REST Two-story Brick House, seren
' , goon aeignuornooo. Apply to BJ.
i. LU1NO, corner Third-atreet and Jliami Canal.
WpQIl RENT ROOMS Suitable for tail
: road, law or ineurance offices, on second and
third llnori, iu four-atory building opposite the
Treee Office. The building haalbeen newly r.-pain ted
nod ro-paperod. All in good older. Apply at the
Vre an Office. nolo
FOR SALE.
HOR SALE The Furniture and Good-will
-- ol a Boiirdltig-hoiise doing a good bnalness, for
rash. The house contains twelve rooms and kitch
n, with everything necessary for carrying on the
.iilr,ees. Rent $400 per year. Apply at No. 163 East
Third-street. de8b
tjlOR SALE Pure Crab and Sweet Cider,
. and a general assortment of Groceries, 4c,
wlioleimle and retail. 0. H. II AR WOOD &SON,
rt7h H orlh-east cor. Fourth and Mill-streets.
LOST.
I OST DOG On Sunday, 4th inat., on
Li Main-street, between Canal and Fifth, a small
white Poodle Dog ; hair short and enrly ; haa a black
up 'I I'" hie left side; both ears black, and covered
with long, silky hair; black around both eyes, the
apare around the right eye much larger than that
around the left; carries his tail, which Is bushy at
lh end, curled prettily over his back. The appear
ance of the dog will strike any one aa very pretty.
The rlndw will be suitably rewarded, and receive the
thanks of Hie owner, by leaving Information where
he may lie had, at Ibis office deiib
f OST PORTE-MONNAIE On Monday
4 evening, Dec. S, a porte-raonnaie containing
l. iit$.UHn bills, vir,: 2 teas, 1 Stale Bank of Ohio,
t com. Hunk Ky. and .1 bills on Howard Bank of
Hoston, The tinder will receive (10 rewurd by leav
ing it at J'J West Sevonth-street. de7b
FOUND.
IOUND A cloth-lined IVIMTER GLOTB,
at the Poetofflce, yesterday. The owner can
hrre it by applying at the Penny Press Office, de
scribing property and paring for talis advertisement.
Ide8b'l
BOARDING.
BOARDING A few respectable men can
be accommodated with comfortable rooms and
hoard by the week at the ('antral Hotel, No. 3Z
Msin-street, near Kighth. Charge! moderate. dec
JIUSIOAL.
RiSTMAST8
that Llgnte A Bradbury's and
A. H. fifths ft Co., of It'ew York, and
m. Knabe & Co., of Baltimore, -tiii
, I'imos, cui be found only at 72 West II f f I
Indnceoienle for cash, or will rent, and let the rent
rat for the Tlano, at 73 West Fourth-street.
!. lit. MURCn.
The lBrgel stock of Uelodeons in the city. no.'K)
J HHI8TMAS I CHRTSTMASII CHRIST
J M A S I ! I - Remember tbat
Masleton Brothers, Raven, Bacon A
Co., ballet. Davis Co., and Peters,
'rices & Co.'a Pianos cannot It
tcan'l tn Cincinnati excent at No. IK
Heet Kourth-ttreet. I will sell for cash, as low as
any one east or west, or will rent, and let the rent
I ts lot the Piano, at W West Fourth-street.
J. OHCKOH, Jr.,
iin30 Depot for Helodeons and Harmoniams.
WORTH OF PIANO MUSIC FOR
81 30.
THE HOME CIRCLE.
A collection nf Marchea. Waltvxi. Pelku.
fo-bottischee, Qnndrilles, Itedowas, Oontra Dances,
Ac. A Superb Volnme of Popular Muaic. Arranged
for the Piano-forte. Price $150. In cloth $2, Copies
ent ly mail. Published by .r.CBDBUH, Jt
nolMf M West Fourth-street.
STAR AND THISTLE,
Sixth-st., bet. Walnut and Tine.
"f ESSRS. CRAWFORD k MoKENZIE
i have the honor to inform "their friends and the
pubttn generally that thoyhave tilted up. at great
expense, in the most elegant manner, the above
eat abliement alter the New Tork ami London style,
being entirely now, and the first of the kind ever
attempted teat of the Blonntnins. will open on
SATURDAY. Dec.
3. Mimical Soirees every Tnes
day, 1 huredny and Saturday ovenings. Chair taken
l y nr. crawiora at 8 o'clock precisely. now
WILSON, GARLICK te CO.,
rovwarding and Commission
NEIICIIANTS,
DEALERS IN LIVE . AND DRESSED
Hogs, Pork, Lard, Whisky, Flour, Orain, Ac.
dlfirn north-west corner Sixth and Bain-streets.
Cigrlnnati, opposite the flalt House.
1 The nndersigneil having formed a copartnership
in tnawenerat I'rouuce nun tummimuD iniimm,
unilAr Ihit .tvte nf Wilson, flarllck Si Co.. resnect-
fully tender their eorvicesand solicit thepatronege of
noir 1 ueuiui biiu ill. puuiiv. rnri.uii .iwii.iv.u
raid to buying aud selling Hogs, Whisky, Flour,
flialrj, 1c. Their charges will be aa uederale a
any otner goon nimseio tnectty. , ueierto me met-
cbmisof Ciuclnuall generally
A. WILSON, .!.,
H. T, GABLICK,
L. T. BRR.
neabm
LAN E BODLCY,
Hiirr-inruaiu or
Wood-Working Machinery,
AND CIRCULAR SAWMILLS,
t'oraer Jhsl Water! li.,CI-oltl,0.
es-i
THE PRES S.
THURSDAY
,.DKCEilBKR 8
CITY NEWS.
Thanes. Mr. S. C. Meredith, of Adama's
Exprcxs Company, haa our daily thanks for
Indianapolis papers.
RuFTirai. Those suffering from Hernia are
referred to the advertisement of Marsh, Cor
liss & Co., in another column.
Mori op this Stum
lot of fine oyateri was received at Robert Orra,
No. 11 Weat Fifth-atreet, yesterday. Mr. O.
informa ui that he ejpeoti similar arrivala
uaiijr uuring tag season.
Cl.01K .Nil Rmwr. Hudhhhii Tnk- 1
- h.v.iv.i wuu A.
Smith. No. 22 Wast fifth-.tre.! h.. i. k.nil
a large and well-asiorted itock of cloaks and
L I. .L . 1 . . . . . ...
uawu, ui me uesi material, to wnton ne asks
the attention of the ludiea. 8aa ai1va-H.
ment.
METKnanliinTrir. fleBcerirnNa Vap IV.
Penny iVait, by Honrr Ware, Optiolan, No. 7
Weat Fourth-street, December 7.
.c.locX' Barometer. Thermometer.
7 A. M 39.73
W M... 3J.7 in
P. U Wl H
Unpaid Lrtthrs. Tbe following li a list of
letter! detained for non-payment of postage at
the Poatoffioe, in thia eity, December 7:
1 Measra. Coffln A Perkins, Boston. Has.
Measrs. M. Morgan A Hons, New York Oltv,
Mrs, M. P. H . Hartt, Covloglorj, CountalhOounty,
Miss Ellen Jonas, Great Salt Lake City, Dtali Ter
ritory. Aknivirbart or ti Ninth-btbmt Bap- j
tist School. The anniversary exercises of
the Ninth-street Baptist Sunday School will
take plaoe thia evening at the Churoh on
Ninth-street, between Vine and Race. They
will consiat of recitations, readinga, and music
by the pupila of the Sohool, and will doubtless
be intereiting to any who may attend them.
Fancy Grocbkies. One of the beat and moat
varied stocks, of fancy Groceries, such as for
eign dried and preierved fruits, saucee, cat
aupa, essenoes, brandies, wines, Ac, is to be
found at Peter Cavagna's, No. 31 West Fifth
street, east of Walnut. There is nothing in
the fancy or staple line that can not be found
on his shelves, and, too, all of the best and
freshest kind.
BiBQi.iRT on EiaaTH-sTRHT. The resi
dence of a man named Joseph Luderkaxnp,
residing on Eighth-street, near Freeman, wait
feloniously entered night before last, and
robbed of a port-monnaie, containing $22,
which the burglars found in a bureau drawer.
A noise aroused the inmates, bat they did not
arise, and this fact enabled the scoundrels to
effect an escape.
.
Alarming Com iitition. Chailea S. Weath
erby, No. 112 West Fifth-street, has just re
turned from the Bast with hi last purchase
of fall and winter dress goods, te which he in
vites the attention of every lady In the Quean
City. Fancy silks, French and Bnglith me
rinoea, chintz delaines, French valnciaa
etoaka and shawls, are all oflered at leas than,
wholesale ' prices. See advertisement in an
other column.
Auhrotti'es. NoU'ithstanding the fact
that Applegate, at No. 53 Broadway, has lie
come notorious for hi .admirable, cheap pio
turos for which he has it great demand be
is equally successful in alV his larger under
takings, wbieh is abundan tly attested by the
fine photographs, ambrotyp ea and sologr.ttpns
on exhibition at his gallery. We can 'cheer
fully advise our readers who want a good pic
ture of any kind to go to Apj'logate'B.
Pkiuonal. Several letters lit the Pwtofiioe,
addreased to Lieutenant Brewnine, United
States ship Levant, are detained for want of
pro-payment.
By our Indiana exchanges 'e perceive that
Theodore W. Venemann, Esij., who studied law
here, haa become associated in Connersville,
Indiana, with Charlos Denby, Esq). Mr. V. is
a young man of ability and indns try, and will,
we hope, be early successful.
Tec County Tebasuby. In a coordance
with the law upon the subject, the County
Commissioners during the present veek made
their quarterly count of the money land orders
in the County Treasury. The following re
port of the funds on hand agrees wi th the Au
ditor's and '.treasurers report :
Paper Money ...M.eVn1no (10
Hold ; 1.0,810 Ink
Silver - e.mio IXT
Controller's) Warrants lo,ogo on
Township Treasury Orders M 7,100 a
Dearborn County....- ... 3,000 ()
Judicial Orders - 1 ,87a 00
Orders redeemed Dec, S - 3,403 W
Total - -Sut ,290 98
Cash on hand, Dec. S. SLK, 102,01
Monthly RsroBT ok Rucnrra at thb
Mayob's OmcN. The Mayor' Clerk, Mr.
Belts, haa transmitted to the City Auditor the
following report of the money reos ived at the
oSoe of tba Mayor during the month of No
vember: Drays $ Aii or)
Express Wagons 35 no
Street Railroad Car 372 eg
Furniture " - I
Omnibuses ?0 to
Hackney Coaches 3 00
Exhibitions and Bails f 4 no
Hucksters ill 7ft
Peddlers 41 Ml
Street Railroad per capital tax n. VOO SI
Total - m 1,077 99
Wati V aii tv mam tiv InnisjA .
The City Auditor last night reported to the
City Council that during the week ending yea
terday warrants had been drawn on the City
T.a.an.. Fi.v I a fnllnwln I .nma
tVah Ttn'rtA l
Bnperior Court Fund '477 to
Floating Dent..-
17,000 00
work-house 1 unci
1i n . t STiin
43 vo
3,00 41
4,!i6 74
m si
4,943 09
2,440 M
VmIIi- ifnnrf ViinA
flitw Ppl.An Tntid
uenerai runu
common bchooi unci
Total... .... 33,5W 74
There t.re now remaining in the City Treas
ury the following sums :
Oeneral Fund $7t,7.' 4
Watch Fund AS9 27
Interest Fund 20,411 49
Superior Court Fund - 4,M6 84
Fire Department Fund 1,037 30
Liiguijanu i,im an
Mclfleknn Fund. luo on
Sinking Fund 190,(199 79
Common School Fund-Bonds and Oasb..,. 36,709 29
Colored School Fund 2,970 98
Work-house Fund 4,15 72
Total..
-..1340,130 8t
I'aocKBoiNos or tub County Cohuission
rrs. At the regular aaaaion of the County
Commissioners, held yesterday morning, or
ders were passed amounting in the aggregate
to $51. The Commissioners passed a resolu
tion establishing the Burnt School-house Road
in Green Township.
The Rodebaugh Road, in Sycamore Town
ship, was established, providing the damages
assesied to Rodebaugh were fully satisfied by
the petitioners.
The Kversole Road, in Spencer Township,
waa vacated, commencing at the Miami River
and running to within five feet of the present
first gate-post of Mr. Simmons.
Next Wednesday waa set apart for th elec
tion of President of the Union Bridge Com
pany, and the Commissioners of Clermont
County were invited to this city for the pur
pose of attending it.
The Flainfield Road, in Sycamore Town
ship, was declared established, and arrange
ment mad to remove the dead from a burial
ground through which it passes.
The following reviowera of the Tsff Road,
in Whitewater Township, were appointed:
John Bennett, George Arnold and Jonathan
Rlttenhouse. The viewers will meet the sur
veyor, James B. Boll, on the 6th of February,
1860. '
Tbub Christianity Bo abd of Mahaqbrs
fob thb Hong or tbb Fbibndlbss. A portion
of our report of the anniversary exercises of
the Horn of the' Friendless was orowded out
of yeaterday'g 'issue by thejreaaure of other
matter upon ouroolumns. The following sen
timent, however, uttered by Rev. N. West, is
muoh too good to be entirely lost, and we pub
lish it to-day a the expression of a true Chris
tian spirit, which is unfortunately too little
felt by those who profess to be the olosoat fol
lowers of the gentle Naiarine.
In pressing hia aro-ninAnf in f.-.. i,r v.
claim the Hone of the Friendless has upon all
uue vmiouaus, 01 r. nesc remarked:
"It is said that this Movement i not popular.
The cause of .Tiwiie ...,,. i... l.um
thia prevent him from fulfilling hia'miaalonT
au wuu use errea can not ge into the
sooiety of the virtuous, and the servant who
has sinned is turned from your door. She it
an outcast upon the world, and must continue
in the eourie into which she baa fallen, or die.
She ia therefore comnallivl. k n nt
to puriue the path whioh leavds her inevitably
to the City Prison, to the Hospital and th
grave.
"Again it is argued that these women oan hot
be reclaimed. If this be. true Christ has died
in vain. Bvery Heart Icuows its own bitter
ness: everv nature hath It. -n tlntwwAw anH
the Magdalene upon yiur streets can not tell
that whioh oppresses Tier aare to those who
sympathize with her. She can not ask pity,
and will not ask for nrnl.ntlnn ...in .v. i.
f-.VOTVv.v.. HH,U DUU .
satisfied it will be given. It i contrary to the
law, sua me teacning; ot tne Uospel to say these
errini irirls ara ibavonrl Mrl.-nniinn . .1
although Pharisaic p rudence may usurp Itself
iu a gara m sou-ngo teouaaeas, h win he oom
Delled to answer for (hnea annl.- rV.- i k..
ever been the fault of Chrlatianitv to netlect
sinners."
At the aloaa nf the aiarnlui (ha rniln;n
ladies ware nominatarl. &a Ro.-fl .r Mana
gers for this sympathy, deserving institution,
uv in, 11. iuauo mine r, aua were eleoted oy
the unanimouavoteof t)iaRnletv. Th. Ttni
..W
elsot their own offioara und anmmltli r emm.
oil, but they have not us yet been selected for
.1 !
iud euauing year.
BOARD OF MANAGERS:
Mrs. J. Tilney,
Mrs. Mary J. Taylor, ' Mr. D. Gibson,
Mrs. S. Frankland, Mrs. 0. Wilshire,
Mrs. Dr. Cooper, Mrs. Jaokson,
Mrs. J. Elstner, Mrs. B. Storer,
Mrs. W. B. Chapman, Mrs. F. Andrese,
Mrs. Jacob Graff, Mrs. Geo. Tait,
Mrs. J. C. Macy, Mrs. M. Greenwood,
Mrs. Aydelotte, Mrs. Dr. Davis,
Mrs. R. Gray, Mrs. Matlack,
Mrs. W. H. Allen, Mrs. Niles,
Mrs. J. W. Sibley, 1 Mrs. Dr. Williams.
Numim or Wane and Colored Youth in
Hamilton County. The following enumera
tion, taken between tha Hnl ki-j u..
days of September, 185., ahows the number of
.. -: i ... i . . . . .
mo uumorricu vuutu Between ine agea oi five
and tweuty-one years, reaiding within Ham
ilton County :
WHITE YOUTH.
Xo
of
No. of Total
Females. White.
199 417
'(I7 1031
l'.H 413
!tt 208
Jt X
723 1421
140 227
064 I3J4
233 476
150 306
29 .116
i!0 ;.jo
m 'i
421 S49
.171 1248
m 174.
iV2 1276
wi m
116 224
30 .197
104 217
ITS 361
290 036
1IW 200
.3,19 m
m 101
67? 1362
9SA80 64640
SO 266
21 47
42717 83469
TuwNSUirs.
Symines
Sycamore
Reading, Sycamore
Lackland, Sycamore ...
Loukland, Springfield.
SprlngAeld
Glendale
(Jolerairi
Crosby
llarrisun
Harrison Corporation.
Whitewater
Miami
Delhi
Storrs
Green
Milcreek
Milcrefk District No,
t. 41 l(
i, ii ii i
Males
, 218
. .',24
. W
, 113
24
, CM
S7
11711
, a4:i
, 1.17
. 247
. m
. 4M
, 677
, Wi
, 1194
. 2H3
, 109
, 20
, 113
183
, 316
. 92
. 3.17
, AM
" " " 14...
Ciimmlusvillee
Clifton
Spencer
Columbia ,.
Anderson
Cincinnati
an " House af Refuge
" Oity Inflrniary
3106ft
21S
26
Totals
, 40742
WHITE YOUTH. COLORED YOUTH:
No. of
Females, Total.
2 3
I 2
35 67
"ii
3 4
3
s s
4 10
11) 4
i 3
3 3
I
6 33
1076 ' 2011
1
lll3 2196
No. of
Malea.
1
1
. 32
1
3
I
3
3
li
2.1
3
'. "i
. 17
93A
1
Townships.
Lockland, Sycamore...,
Lockland, Springleld.
Springfield
Glendale ,
Colerain ,
Crosby ,
Harrison Corporation.,
Miami
Millcreek
" Diet. Mo. 2
' " " 3.
cumminsvuie,
Columbia
Anderaou
liincinnatl
Oity infirmary.
Totals 1033
Folic Court. Only twenty oases were ex
amined yesterday by Judge Lowe, but not
withstanding this the session was more than
ordinarily Interesting.
George C. Hill, who was arrested some weeks
ago upon the charge of a forgery perpetrated
at the Dennison House, was held in the sum
of $500 for his appearance at the next term of
the Court of Common Pleas.
Thomas Eugene De Marbais was fonnd guilty
of patty laroeny, in stealing $6 from a man
named Armstrong, and sentenced to th ohain
gang for a term of two months.
James Fitigerald, arrested upon a charge of
receiving stolen goods, was discharged, al
though a quantity of artioiea were found upon
his premises, and some juvenile thieves desig
nated the establishment as the one to whioh
they took the result of their larcenies. None
of the goods were identified, and upon this
ground the case was dismissed.
Peter Dory, for selling obaoene books, was
fined $50 and sent to the City Prison tor
twenty days, ' and Joseph Dumaas, who
plead guilty to a like offense, was fined a
similar amount. '.
A man named Jacob Green waa charged
with grand larceny, and from the testimony
he waa doubtless guilty. The following facts
were elicited: About noon day before yester
day, he entered the offioe of Mohr, Solomon k
Mohr, on Third-street, between Rao and Elm,
and by some means induoed the clerk to leave
it for a few minutes, and while he was absent
abatraoted $50 from the safe. The clerk
having some occasion to go to the safe im
mediately after his return, found that the
money had bean taken, and caused Green to
be arrested, when the money was fonnd upon
his person. He waa held in bail in th sum
of $500 to answer the charg before the next
term of the Court of Common Pleat, and was
oommittod in default.
Svdobr Die. ase A Man Falls Dbad in
tbb Stskbt. Mr. Henry M. Guild, residing
at No, 71 Longworth-street, and conneotod
in some capacity but whether editorially or
otherwise, we are not informed with the
ChrUtian Herald, while on the way from the
Postoffice to his daily duties, yesterday
morning, fell to th sidewalk, on Fourth
street, and injured himself quite severely.
He was taken up and carried into Churoh'i
music-store, but before medical assistance
could reaoh him, or the place of his residence
could be asoertained, he had expired. We
were unable to learn the cause of bis death,
nor waa it, we beliove, definitely determined,
but it is thought to have been superinduoed
by apoplexy. Mr. G. has been a citizen of
Cincinnati for a considerable length of time,
and leaves large circle of friends who will
regret bis sudden decease.
Annivbibabyopthb Ladibr' Hons Mission
ary Sooicty. The Ladies' Home Missionary
Sooiety of Cinoinnsli hold the sixth anniver
sary meeting this evening at Morris Chapel, on
Western-row, between Fourth and Fifth.
Reports will be read by th Treasurer, Miaa J.
Fuller, and by the Corresponding Secretary,
Mra. M. C. Wilber; and addresses will be de
livered by Rev. J. T. Mitchell, Rev. S. D.
Clayton and A. M. Searlos. Tie exerelaea
will be interspersed with music by th Glee
Class of the Weslcyan Female College.
I IRsmarkablb Changi, The difVerence in
the temperature Tuesday and yesterday
morning a period of tweuty-four boart was
forty-six degrees. v - : . ..
State Military Convention—Memorial
the Legislature—Presentation to
General at
Burnet House.
At eleven o'olock je.Morday morning a
Convention of the Militia of our State met at
the Melodenn Hall, and opened by calling
General William H. Lytl to Iho chair and
electing Captain C. 0. Walout as Secretary.
The convention was composed ,vf fifty officers;
who had been delegated by the Military As
sociation cf the State, and almost every part
of it was represented.
On motion of General Carrlngfon, a com
mittee consisting of General Carrington, Gen
eral Hildebrand, Colonel King, of Dayton,
General Bill and General Bates, wag appointed
to prepare a memorial to be presented to the
Legislature of Ohio.
A letter from Mr. Pike, Inviting the dele
gates to visit the Opera-house last evening,
was then read, and a vote of thanks unani
mously tendered to Mr. P. for hia courtesy.
Upon motion or General Hildebrand, a eom
mittee of five waa appointed for the purpose
of nominating permanent ofiloers for the en
suing year. The following gentlemon com
posed the committee: General Bill, Colonel
Mills, Colonel Thorpe, Captain MoCarty, Can
tain Rellly. 1
Convention adjourned till two o'clock In the
afternoon.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
When the Convention had boon called to
order in the afternoon, the committee on per
manent officers made the following report, and
the nomination were unanimously confirmed:
President Major-General J. A.' Jones, of
the 17th Division. .
Vice-Presidents Brigadier-General J. II,
Bates, 3d Brigade, 1st Division; Brigadier
General L. Buttles, 1st Brigade, 13th Division;
Major-General J. Hildebrand, 1st Brigade,
7th Division; Colonel E. A. King, 1st Brigade,
2d Division; Msjor G. B. Center, 1st Brigade,
18th Division.
Recording and Corresponding Secretary
General L. Wood, of Governor's Stall'.
Treasurer Brigadier-General T. I'ierson,
1st Brigade, 11th Division.
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON MEMORIAL.
The committee appointed to draw up the
memorial intended for presentation to the
State Legislature, prepared quite a long peti
tion, which was read by General Carrington,
and received the unanimous approval of the
Convention.
Colonel King then moved that the next
meeting take place at Dayton, Ohio, in Sep
tember, 1860, the day to be appointed by the
President of the Association.
General Carrington then moved that the
thanks of the meeting be tendered to Captain
Ernst, of the Rover Guards, for theuse of the
ball, and the military companies of Cinoin-
ati for their courteey.
After the business of the mueting.had been
conoluded, General Lytl, in a neat speeoh,
presented to General Carrington a sword and
a braoe of silver-mounted pistols, bearing th
inscription, "To General Carrington, from the
Ohio Militia." The presentation was made on
behalf of the association, as a token of grat
itude for his sealous eervioea and labors to
ward the welfare of the assotiiation.
Upon motion it was then r tsolved tbat Gen
eral Jones, General Bates, aad Colonel King,
be appointed a committee to present the ac
cepted memorial to the Legislature.
The President appointed the Burnet House
and six P. M. as the plaoe and time of meeting
for the members of the Convention, that they
might prooeed to the Opera-house iu a body,
and the Convention adjourned.
In the evening, after the performance had
conoluded at the Opera-houao, the members of
the Association reaiding in this city invited
their guest to partake of a supper at the Bur
net House. The repast was furnished in ad
mirable style by mine hosts of the Burnet
House, Johnson, Sanders & Co., and toasts
and speeches oaused time to pass on merry
feet nntu, at a late hour, tuo company disponed.
Dr. Bkuows's Leotobk this Evening. 'Dr.
H. W. Bellows will deliver hia first lecture of
three on the Science of Society this even
ing, at Smith & Nixon's Hall, before the Y.
M. M. L. A., on the "Confiiot of Social Love
with Human Nature and Christian Charity"
an interesting theme, whose troa';ment will
doublets be able and eloquent.
Cloaks and Shawls. The Misses Baird,
No. 113 West Fourth-street, are now offering
great inducements in cloaks and shawls. By
reference to their advertisement it will be seen
that fashionable cloth oloaks can he purchased
at from six to twenty-five dollars.
City Council—Last Night's Proceedings.
Council has agreed to attend tit their hall,
at three o'clock, this afternoon, no observe the
operation of the Police and Fire-alai iii Telegraph.
FIRE ENGINE-HOUSE FOR SALE.
The Eugine-house on Sixth-street, helow Can-, ia
to be sold by the Board of Supervlsorn; terms (3,9011,
one-half cash, balance in oneaand two years.
LICENSES PAID BY MAYOR.
Reportwasmadeby the Mayor of having paid into
the City Treasury for licenses during the month of
November.
SUPERVISOR REINSTATED.
Mr. John Doran, long one of the Deputy Fire En-
filters, having been suspended for intoxication,
aving given assurance of amendmeut, waa re
instated by a vote of ayes 23; Days . t.
THE PROPOSED BRANCH CITY PRISON.
The reaaonstrauce of those residents of tbe Third
Ward whxi were opposed to the occupation of the
Pareoni-atreet School-bouse for tbe proposed Branch
Prison and Work-house for female vagrants, was
presented and referred to the Committee on Police
and Prisons.
The Board refused to suspend the rules to allow
Mr, Kiersted to introduce a resolution to rescind the
order pe rmitting auch use of tha building in the
Third Ward,
INCREASE OF SALARY.
Mr. William Moody had one hundred dollars added
to hi salary aa Serguant-at-Arms of the City Coun
cil an Increase from three to four Hundred dollars,
BOND OF A MAGISTRATE.
TbeoCBcUl bead of Mr. F, K.Martin, newly elected
Justice of Peace, who enters upon his duties on the
12th inat,, was presented and accepted.
INTEREST ON BONDS.
The internet on $17,000 bonds, due in 1784, imued to
the Marietta and Cincinnati Bailroad Company, was
authorinsd to be paid to the credit of the Sinking
Fund.
CINCINNATI, COLUMBUS AND WOOSTER TURNPIKE
Thejnry having awarded damagaa of S'.'.OOO Tor the
condemnation to the city of the turnpike which haa
been tha main avenue of Fulton (Seventeenth Ward,)
the Auditor waaauthoriaed to pay aaid amount iu
full liquidation of said award.
COMMERCIAL HOSPITAL LOTS.
Former action waa reconsidered, and City Bonds
were authorised to be paid instead of cash in repur
chase of the Western -row front of the Commercial
Hospital lot.
CHANGE OF STREET RAILROAD SECURITY.
The provisions of the street railroad ordinances
which required personal security, have been amended
so as to secure the city and citizens by mortgage on
the road beds and rolling stock of street railroads ac
cepting this Changs.
MIMICKED UNIVERSITY.
The ordinance on this subject was made a special
order for next Monday night.
THE CONNECTION OF RAILROAD DEPOTS.
Notice was given that the Ohio A Mississippi Kail
road Company had deposited a bond and security of
$60,000, accepting tha terms of the resolution allow
ing connection of depot along Front-street. Mr.
Higbee moved to extend the time for thirty davs, bnt
on motion, the whole matter waa laid on the table.
REPORTS OF THE INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE.
Measrs. Toehoy and Kiersted submitted a minority
report, and Messrs. J. B.Davis, J. F. Cunningham
and Henry Mack submitted a majority report from
the Committee appointed to investigate rumors a to
corruption of a mem bar or member of City Council
eom while since in connection with the giving out
route to Street Bailroad Companies. Doth Commit
tee agreed that no bribea had been received; but
the minority reported that ome explanation waa
needed whioh the evidence would axplaln, in rase of
Mr. Henry Mack, which Mr. M. himself Immedi
ately explained, and in a proposition made by Mr. W.
K. Looker to the Bead which did not get a route.
Both gentlemen made explanations, denying having
acted Improperly, and before tbe evidence presented
was read Council adjourned.
Steamboat Register.
Arrival. - Fort Uiieen, Madison; Magnolia,
llayaville; Gray Eagle, Pomeroy; Ohio No. 3. Mari
etta; Dunlelth, Neville; Virginia Home, N'evelle;
Superior, Louisville.
DsrABTUass.-Fornst Oiieen, Madison; Magnolia,
Mayeville: Gray Eagle, Pomeroy; Glenwood, Pitts,
burg: Hickman, Arkaneaa Hirer; Dnnleitu, Neville:
Virginia Home. Neville; Quten of the West. riew
Orleans; Bajr City, Bt, Louis,
AMUSEMENTS.
,
Plitk'a Oprra-miiu.k Bulwer's' beautiful
Stil.'i..? if,",1'"' I','""' a. preeented last night
SellBhilTfl bl1i."'""" ailuiiralde mauuor to a
iii8Ln ",,li' ),,''u, T,'"P""l'"a" of Mn.,nway
. imIi Impersonation, and tbe "Claude"
ol lr, Conway wna veiy clover To-night will be
presented Tiia I,0VK Cn ,hk, i,n,l tlm mpital farce!
AMOaiKCTor lNTaaKHT, In which Alice JamM KUiga'
bury wil I enact the part of Jn . Vernon"
Woon a Thkatkb. Tits Shoknakir or Tou-IiT.'..v,"1,..ME.-
Lfun an "Jacob" and Jaca
?b. r.nVS u r"BnJ! I"rham in the title role.lorms
.nt i ""We exceedingly popular place of amuse"
Sn iJ urth ''. It is needle to add that a
full bouse may be expected.
National Thratrb Yankee Bierce and
Maeter Stewart, at "Old Drurv," with their iiiiiwr.
lellght their audiences. The Yankee fares, A Wua
ion a Da , the interesting drama, Suandv MAeoiaa
iiiiil Th Yankek DuaLLiar are the attractions for
t tus evening. '
RIVER NEWS.
The River was still awelllng rapidly yes
torday, having rieon from Tuesday night to last
nvenlnc over six feet, and continuing to come up,
though It Is probable tbat the very cold weather will
l'ilfulr (haa lau A II ill. !l...i i j .
...., ,1IB irimiMnes aiDove ana oeioa
lire pouring out, and tbe Falls at Louiivkl are navi
'""suv, nil ma irimiMriM annvR ann riatmiv
......v .v. w.inviiu.r upvraovn.
A number of coal-boat are now on their way here
friun Pittsburg, aud will arrive In a day or two. In
the Lower Ohio seventeen feet are reported, and the
water wa mentioned at last account as rising.
Business at the lauding yesterday waa rather Inac
tive, and freight were scarcertban th boauthein
follow Wr n0t num,lou"' Th wre a
Jii1.U'ijiUr?ti?"onV.73?': Mnlaaaes. 7Jc.; Whisky,
XrM-
St. Louis-Heavy Pomid Freight, 26c. per 100 lbs.:
Whisky and OII.Mc. por brl.; Stoves, 2ic7; Ale, 40c
per on.
NewOrleans-WhlakrandOilSl; Flour, 0c.: Pork
Me.; Bacon, Butter, Cheese, Ac; 40u. per 100 Ibe.;
K"g Lard, 2il,y Lmpty Barrel, ?0c., Horses, S 10 per
head; Pound Freights, 4oc. " p
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
Action cfon thu BondokR. W.Nsrv. The
Slate of Ohio vs. it. W. Neff and Via. C. Keff, seen
rity. Judgo Carter disponed of a demurrer to the
petition in this can. The action was brought to re
vr S2,0W, the amount of the bond, taken in the
Police Court, for I lis appearance of Richard W. NelT.
It waa urged in support of the demurrer that accord
mg to the language of the bond, the condition or the
rtco.nrianee win fur tbe appearance of defendant be
lor the i Court of Common Pleas, omitting th name
of the County, while it was alleged in the petition
that It was belote "the Common Plea of Ham
ilton County;" and it waa contended, therefore, that
in una account, there wus a variance betweeu the
bond aud the allegation in the petition, which wa
insufficient (aa it was claimed) to constitute a cause
or action, that, applying the rule ua it ie applied iu
ail CBseiiorboiids of strictissiini juiie, the demurrer
should be sustained.
Th Court held that iu the application of this rule
is a principle of law, and tnkiuga copy of the bond
jet lorthas part of the petition, the latter waa suf
Jcieut. Thoyshould take into consideration tbat the
tioud was taken and dated In Hamilton County, and
that the language "to appear before the Court of
U)inmonPlea," even iu the atricteet sense, meant
theCourtol Common Pleas ol' this County.
The motion wa accordingly overruled, aud leave
':?n todefeudants toauswer,
W. H. herr lor the State; Judge Tililen for defense.
The rroaanrerof Farmer's College v. Uray. In tills
suit, tried belore Judge Carter, tn recover npon a
subscription to Iheitock of theCollege. Judge Car
ter being of opinion that the action could not be
brought in its present form, directed a verdict to lie
returned for the defendant.
CaiMiXAi, Hint.-Judge Collins dismissed the
special jury summoned Iu tliecaaaof.lobiiCainuutil
the following ..this) day, iiiconneiiueuce of the inter
vnntion oij another murder trial, commenced on'
the dav before.
The State va. Almoloni Grapevine. The evidence
forth defense proceeded.
Iticliard Rnvnoliledapoaod that while the deceiined
Jin! (irnpevme worpquarrellng in tbe liar-room, U.
had a stick in his hand; Morris asked him what lie
was going to do with It: G. replied he would show
lum if ho did not behave liimeell'. Morris then
pushed aeide hie wile, who wu standing between
tlim, and rushed atUraperlna. Tbe hitter took a
stepbaik, but nndlnir Morris advancing on lilm he
st ruck him on the head wilt the stick, which wns
about fllteen Inclien long; witnessut the timedid not
apprehend any result of n serious charoeter.
Jninas Parker, jr., and Judge Parker addressed
th Jury for tho delete; ji r. Gain for the State.
Die former contending that tho prisoner should be
acqnitted, as he was acting in selt-dereuse-or at th
worst that the case was one of manslaughter.
The result ha not been yet ascertained.
SUPERIOR COURT.
General Term. The judges sat in general
term, and heard an argument in the case of W. A.
Adams aud others vs. Rebecca Stoddard. A petition
inrro);ra''K",lt 1,1 T-- Wlre and Mr. Jollifte.
Tn Tiikatmcal Cask.-T. A. Morton vs. John
Bs'.e.. Mr. iVaro miide tho closing argument forth
plaintifl. lie alluded to the remark or Mr. Fox that
such caass were not comuiou. It wa true they were
not that the tyranny or theatrical managers who
amassed colossal fortunes through the nightly
vigils and labor of oppreased actors, was not
brought otten tolight-and he, therefore, the mora
admired the pluck of thisplaintin who, when brought
under the crushing oppression of this National
Theater, had the courage, poor as he ia, and friend
less a he wa when he came to th is city, to take this
iletenclnnt by the throat mid bring him into Court,
where the question could be settled between them.
Counsel then proceeded to contend that the testi
mony had established that Mr. Morton had dis
charged all the duties incumbent upon him faith
fully, judiciously and promptly. The defendent had
claimed that he could not support uch actor as
Mrs. Farren or Mrs. Julia Dean Hayne. Whaidoe
all this mean? His appearance was good; he waa a
man of sense, of good address, and came up to Shak
apeare's idea of a player, if they wore to take the
words of Hamlet as a test. He had both discretion
and good action; read well and was up iu all the
parts in the regular and legitimate drama. At any
rate the defendant failed to show tbat ho was in the
lightest degree imperfect in any play put on that
stage, with a single exception. The only objection
made to him waa in tho 'Cueuual Match,' in which ho
admit he waa a littlohaky-and why? The part as
suiifrtl to him waa a manuscript piece, in which he
bad to study seven hundred aud seventy-seven lines
in twenty-four hours. Mr. Barras had aeen him
once, but did not remember the piece or part he took.
That witness said he noticed a shambled gait; yet
during the whole Ave weeks ho performed no one else
observed it-so that, parhupa, tho character required
something of that sort, because they were not to sup
pose he shambled in that one instance. He (Mr.
Ware) regarded tbe whole testimony of Mr. Barras
as nttorly worthless und he did not believe it could
commend itself to the Court-for the reason tbat the
witness was merely on exhibition, not to give his
opinion aa a straight-forward man ought to have
done, but simply to make theandlence laugh. What
sort ot testimony was this when men were struggling
for their rights in a court of justice, where it was
expected the truth would he spoken without varnish?
it wus worth nothing, and, neidi. from tbe statement
that tho plaintiff shambled in his gait, it contained
nothing.
The roar adopted towards him during the latter
part of hie connection with the National Theater
showed that occasions were sought to entrap him, so
that bo could be got rid of without affording him a
ground of actiou. But Mr. Fox had asked" What
could be the motive for all this If he were able to fnl
nil his pesition as a leading man? ' The reason was
simply because Mr. Bates was losing money, and not
this plaintiff was losing it for him.
Mr. Fox Mr. Bates tells you he made efforts to get
another in bis place.
Mr, Ware The fact Is be haa net get ono. and ia
now running his Theater along for two months and
a-hnlf without a leading man. It became necessary
Ihnt he ehould reduce his expenses, and he does sn
by discharging hi leading actor. lie found he rouid
not dlschargo him on the general ground of Incom-
Kstency, and he resorts to the claim of Mr. Morton
aving refused to play a part assigned him which
in fact be did not refuse, but which he would be
justified in refusing the part of "Ouv Broad brook"
in the 1'ioNr.ea Patriot, written by the "atar,"
Watkins, who, the testimony showed, wa not a
good an actor aa Mr, Morton, hut whowa going
through the country with a roll of pieces, playing
them to empty bencbos.
Judge Storer Is this an historical play ?
Mr. Morton informed the Court that It waa a
piece in which a nec.ro comes on the stage, and with
it stick kills flfty British soldiers, all armed with
miukete. (A laugh.)
Mr. Ware, iu Ills concluding remarks, referred the
Court to the testimony of Miss Logan, and others,
to shew that this plaintiff had perforated an lending
man to the' most distinguished actor in th North,
South, ICast and West.
Judge Utorur intimated that he would decid the
case in u few days.
V '
COVINGTON NEWS.
State Dkbt. The total indebtedness of the
State of Kentucky, on the loth of October last, was
.1,479,244. 03. At the same date, the available Sink
lug Fund amounted to S13M63 47.
Police Court. Ed. Sullivan, whose arrest
we noticed yesterday, waa held to ball In the sum of
$I,2U) for his appearance at the nex tterm of the Cir
cuit Court, commencing on iMonday, the 19th inat.
In default of a surety he was committed to jail. We
sincerely hope tbat he will receive a proper punish
ment this time, and not be released us heretofore.
Joseph Vandergriff, for breach of tbe peace, was
fined S3 40.
Circuit Court. A short session of the
Circuit Court will be held at Independence on Mon
day next.
County Court The regular session of the
County Oonrt will bo held In till oity next Monday,
NEWPORT NEWS.
' Police Court. Margartt Kelley, a vagrant,
wa flaed II and cost by Mayor Hawkins yostenlay
morning. Another individual, named John MoFnd
den, wit lined $3 and cost for a similar offense. Our
City Council having refnssd to assist any one not a
residentof the city tor nine month, th pauper seem
to have determined to evade t hairactlon by commit
ting an offense, and thereby obtain a home in the
jail.
The River. The River rose about six feet
during the twenty-four hours ding last evening at
ix o'clock.
T. XX. Deters,
No. 53 WEST FOUItTH-STllERT,
HAS NOW IN STORE A LARUE
STOCK OF
WATER-PROOF BOOTS,
To which ha Invite the atleution of th public
Monetary and Commercial.
Th sodden change in th weather from anedei at
hi vary frigid had its effect on all kinds of baelaesa
yulerday, rendering transaction onl r door de
cidedly unwelcome, Third-street appeared more
quiet thau It ha been for two or three week part,
but Money wa in active d.msnd, and little to he had
bv outside parties even athigh rate.
Eastcrll hvcuaugawa qiuui, considerable remit- '
t nines in ( iirreury being received on account of th
failure of tho mail and exproaa companies. Bills
Here bought a before at K' I i. aud sold at H prem.
In I ncurrent Money th - no alteration. Gold
continued stagunni, aim no heardof u tales ot
clickon the Suiiih.
The mail generally failed yesterday, and wa era
cmi-rqiioiiliy without mlTices from th leading
Tbe demand for Flour wus moderate yesterdav. bnt
holder weio atill linn. No change oreurr'd In
Whisky. The receipt of Ilugt were unusually larg
yesterday, aud tbe market waa unsettled t the open -lug.
price declining a th day advanced. Thecal
reaceed 2,666 head. Provision were unsettled, and
r ite lower.
Th Imports and Export of rrioiiariicl4nrinf
'h' twenty-four hour ending yesterday noon, were
as follow:
lupokTS.-Flour, La brl.; Whisky, M7 hrl.;
orn, S,lt bushels; Wheat, 2,173 bushels; Oats, its
bushels; Barley 074 bushels; flogs, 11.1 bead: Pork
end Bacon, 44,a)4 lbs.; Molite, 1211 brl.; doff, i&
bag; Apples, is brla.: Butter, zl kegs; Che, m
boxes; Potatoes, 7M brl.: Salt, 3uo brls.
KxNRTS.-Flour, 237 brls.; Whisky, 1,137 brla.:
Sugar, 99 hhd.; Molasses, U brl.: Coffee, 164 bag:
A1p'';i. i "utter, as kega; Chee,823 boa;
PAitaj aflT nrli.
a.,,01?"," MABKIT-Dacan.aa 7.
FLOUR Holder maintain great flrmnea, bn
the demand 1 moderate. The sale umbrae 1,400
barrels, at 55 1A4 17 for superfine, and i iS&i
for extra. The receipt are moderate.
, vy IIISKY-No change in th market; the demand
it tair: aale of 1,200 barrel at 2tc, including that
troin wagon.
IlOOS-The receipt leing uuuauallv large to. day.
contrary to general expectation; tbe market opened
unsettled, and aa tbe day advanced price declined,
and at the close any quotations which could have
been given would be nominal. Tbe sales were;
KM head averaging 190 lb, at $ 60
100 head averaging 230 lbs. at so
150 head averaging IMS lb, at.... 6
30(1 head averaging 170 lbs. t............ 6 2
1 II) head averaging Its) lb, at.. t U
Sil head averaging 240 lbs. at t en
:;M head averaging aim Ilia, at t 40
un head averaging 190 lb, at........ 6 n
aid bead averaging ISO lbs. at...........,..,..,. K
usi head averaging 2uo lbs. at ( at
I flu bead averaging 19A Iba. at...... . . t
( lie receipt, exclusive of those delayed npon train
due this morning, but which did not arrive, wer
about lil.msi head.
PB0VISI0N8-Th market, like that for Hog,
was very unsettled, aud prices generally declined,
holder being anxious 10 sell, pressed their stock
upon tbe market in the rorenoun, but at th olo
pneu were merely nominal, tbe market being so un
settled. Tbe ales were 1,600 barrel me Fork at
Mil .VKfSlfi 7.1; liu.iioo pounds bulk Meat, at fctfioV:
lor Shoulders, aud (Jin.i'ic. lor Sides, for February
delivery, and lM6c. for Sidea, ou tbe spot, packed; 400
barrels aud tierce Lard at loSIOc, and IMido.
at 10c., packages furnished. Ureen Uama declined to
sc., wltli sale of 2,0ml at t'c, and 4,000 at Sc.
Sliouldsra sold at flc.
UKOCKKIES-Tli market I tirm, and Sugar lc.
higher uuder tha advicea from New Orleans: aale o(
200 bbds. Sugar at 7MHc; 200 barrels Mulnasesnt
lt(jj,4fic., and loo bugs Coffee at 1 2 He for good Rto.
WHKAT-Tbe market continue firm, with a good
demand at onr last quotations: sales of 400 bushel
prime red at l IS.
COBN-Tbe demand continue good, and prices
Si'in at our last quotations: sale of 400 bushels, in
bulk at Marietta Depot, at 44c.
OATS The demand ia active, and price have ad
vanced 2c. per bushel. They are selling t4Hc.,in
hulk.
KTK-There in a food demand, aud prices Arm at
Sue.
BAULKY Tbe market continues Arm, with an
active demand, and prices are steady at our last quo
tations. t CHE KB It The demand is active, and prices firm:
jiile ol 700 boxes Western Reserve at 9c, and 40 do.
otiiKii.ii I'turyai lie.
BUTTER There is a good demand, and prices
steady at Iodide, for fair to prime roll.
APPLES The market ia Una with a good demand,
anil prices are steady at 1 7.1! 7ft per barrel: salt
ot 200 barrels at 3 III.
POTATOES The demand continues good, and
prices Arm: sales of ft) barrel prim Neshanocks,
Iroin stoi'ejitt $1 7.1.
IBY MAGNKTK) TKLEQRAPH.l
Np.w Yuan MAiiar, December 7-P. M.-Flor
opened quiet, and closed hnnwith a brisk export
demand: sales of IfC.imo barrel, atlVi Wq).1 1ft forait.
portine State; $1 30.', 3ft fur extra Stat; ti Knit 2ft
lor superfine Western; tfr, 2nCe.i 4.1 for common to
medium extra do., and ii 6u($ft 7ft for inferior to
good shipping brand extra round-huop Ohio clos
ing buoyant with no sellers at the iiialde figures.
Canadian Flour unchanged: sale of 20 brl. at i 40
to So for common to choice extra. Bye Flour In
ir request at & fflffil 50. Wheat very quiet, and
r oaiinully unchanged: salei of .'1,000 bushels, at $1 2A
for red State; bl 50 for prim- white Michigan. Ry
unchanged: sale of 1,0M bushels at Wc. Barley
hoavy: gale of 1(1,000 buabel, at 72(0)760. for Stat,
and c. for Canada West. Corn unchanged: sale of
14,000 bushels, at82(aVS8o. for new yellow, and 9ftc. fur
old yellow. Oats steady at 4iXa)46c. for State. Western
and Canadian. Whisky active and firmer: (ale or
brls. at 27.S(:Kc.-chiefly at the lattei price.
Pork firmer: sale of 2,150 brls. at $16 72 for am;
all S2Sdll 74 for prime including 1,000 brl. prime,
at buyer option all this month, at (ill 76. Beef un
changed: sales of 750 barrels, at 54(34 Ml foroetintir
prime; f.l5 40 for do. mesa; fAaio for repaoked
mesa; $10 00! 1 so for extra meas. Beef Hams very
quiet at $IM12 for State; $HJlil4 40 for Western.
Prime mesa Beef dull at S 17(19. Unused Hogs quiet
at "7'sc. Cut Meat dull aad unchanged. Bacon:
sale of 200 boxea long-ribbed Middle. City Cut, at
'X. Lai d steady and unchanged: salts of 450 brl. at
tote 104 c. Butter: galea at II Slac. for Ohio, and
I42lc. for State. Cbeeee steady at tM&llc. Cotton
very quiet: aale of 700 bale. Sugar quiet and steady.
Muscovado at (rbiic.
Naw York CarrLC Mabkkt. December 7. Tha
Cattle market is in fair demand, for Beef Cattle at
last week' price, average 8c. Receipt nearly ,0Oft
head, Shep and Lambs eel! freely at pre'iona rates;
receipt 10,600. Swine plenty and In good requeal l
lull rates, at J'.'ic; receipt 12,000 head.
New Orlrars Ma as it, December 7. Th Cotton
market i generally nnchanged: sale of ll,lioo balsa.
Sugar closed buoyant, and is quoted at 7M7Uc.
Molasses ia quoted at 3ey3;41c. Flour is advancing at
$096 12),.
AUCTION SALES
A UCTION S A Ii E BY SHDD at
-AJa- WELSH, Auctioned and Commission Mer
chants. Will be sold without reserve, at our Auc
tion Room, No. 103 Filth-street, between Yin and
Race, on FRIDAY MOltNINU, December 9, at
o'clock, one Rockaway Carriage ; one Harrison Wag
on: four brl three-year-old Bourbon Whisky jelgnt
do, Oturd Imported Brandy ; two do. celebrated
London Dock Gin.
ALSO A quantity of Cigars and Tobacco.
Terms ca.li. fdeftb'l STAGEY WELSH, Auc'r.
ORIENTAL EXCHANGE.
fllHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING REFIT-
TKD the SALOON in th Knquirer ,
Building, ere now prepared to furnih(?Vi J
their friends with the beat imporlcdJll 9 J
Wines, Liquors and Cigar. Vi?", AT
" Baltimore Shall Oysters serred ia tar
every style.
deS-am KASTWOOD A HABQKNT.
HUGHES & DORLAND
130 Walnat-atreor, below Fourth,
Wholesale dealers in
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Have this day opened a fine stock of the above good
lde3awj
PHffiNIX lNSUKAiNCE COMPAiNT,
or
Hartford, Coanoctdcat. :.
Capital, $100,000 Ata, 85ir,T'il.
Doroted to Fire business exclusively.
H. A. OLAHSFOBD, Agent
33 West Thlrd-atreet. Clnclnnttl.
no: -it ui I'
TiTJSW SARDINES! NEW SARDINES ! !
Just received 53 cases of new Sardines, in whole,
half and quarter cans; also 11 few rases Bonele Sar
dine. These Sardine are put up in the uueet oil,
and are extremely delicate in flavor.
For sal wholesale and retail by
JOHN BATES,
deft National Theatre Building, Sycamore st.
CHOICE TEAS. My stook ia large and
well selected, from late importations. Pan
and fresh Young Hyeon, Gunpowder, Imperial and
Blacks, for sale In quantities to suit, at low price.
AARON A. COLTKR,
4S No. 319 and 321 Main-street.
PRIME COFFEES. 150 pockets Old Gov
ernment Java Coffee; 10 hale choice Mncba
Coffee : loo bg Yellow Santos Coffee; 300 bags good
and prime Cone. In store and for sale by
AAHON A. COLTER,
de2 Mo. 319 and 321 Main-street.
SUGAR, MOLASSES AND SYRCPS."
New crop N. 0. Sugars; do. do. do. Molnss;
Honsy Syrups, beat brands ; St. Louis Golden Syrup.
In store and for sale in brl., half-brl. and kegs,
AARON A. COLTER,
. de2 Nob. 319 and Ml Main-street.
SOCl AND IRISH WHISKY. Just
received, 4 puncheons very superior Old Scotch
and Irish Whisky. For sale by
A. MCDONALD A CO.,
aoia 96 and Branch Store 2o Weat Fourth-st.
SCOTCH ALE AND LOW DON PORTER.
Joat received, 76 casks Dfsher's, Yonnger's, and
other celebrated brands Scotch A le and London For
ten For al by A. Mc DONALD A CO.,
uoM Mi and Branch Store 249 West fourth-at.
OLIVE OIL. Juat received, 48' dotes
flugona very superior Olive Oil. For sale by
a . a. Mcdonald a co.,
o2H ft6 ami Branch Store 249 Waal Fonrlh-al,
NEW FRUITS. New Raisina, new Cur
rants, new Flge, Prone, Citron, Ac, jot re.
eclved and for sale bi
U J 11 Li r 1. 1111 L 11 1 . , I , r. T-i ,
102 Corner Ninth aud Vine-si rel.
7YSf ERS.I am in dally receipt of"tn
" beet brand of Oyster coming to this city.
Warranted fresh and fat.
JOHN HRfinsOH. Grocer.
no29 JJorner of Ninth and ylne-atr.ets.
FAMILY- FLOCR. f'have alwaya on
hand, a supply of the beat Family Flour In the
market for family use.
JOHN FERGUSON, 6rncr,
no2! Corner Ulnth and Vine-streets.
R"S MOVAL.-E. OSMOND, M.
Dentist, haa remnred tn 272 Viae-atreel, reat
eireatb, oppeilteln Uat OBoe, ; ao2v-ba
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