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WANTED.
WANXED-MU8IC TEACHER A lady
competent totMOh music on the Melodeon
can secure 4 situation by applying immediately at
the "Floating Art Palace," foot of York-street, New
port, Kentucky. ,. dIO-aw
VKTANTED GIRL A German girl to do
J .P ""V,?"0'11 'P ,nlll 'ml'r In In.
a.,.'',ol' re will be paid to that oity. Apply
at tills oBlee, dclob
17 ANTED Good Home SERVANT
a7Io re,fc"l- Good referenced reoulred.
Apply at 144 Broadway. dtlob
TANTED-WET NURSE Apply at
jLr ,F0V,0L?Jt GOODHEABT'B, Morto-eatt
corner of Fearl and Vine-streets. delQ-aw
TIT" A NTE D A PURCHASER A good
. , cbaue for any person wishing to start house
keeping. A imall Cottage, with two room, cheaply
iui u lauou, ior rani ; Furniture ior aaia cneap ;
West Court-itret. Apply toon
Address PUB-
uxoflir,, at tnia omce.
deSb"
WANTED WET-NURSE Nona need
ad. Apply at 163 Waat Ntth tret, four door west
of Hound. - de9b
WANTED A SITUATION-As Nurse,
Soanutres or Chambermaid on boat. Ad.
drey M. M., thla office. data
employment offered to good broom-makers
the year round, by GDNN 4 MYERS, oorner of
Third-street and Miami Canal. desc
WANTED TO SELL A imaJl Hand
machine to mannfaeture an entirely new
article, useful In every family, can be uurohased, if
appl led for at once, fur a very small sum. Any per
eon can enter at once Into a lucrative buaineaa. An.
ply at No. 802 Wett Fifth-street. deee
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A Man
with Horse and Covered Wagon, to take an
article, round the city, by which he can realise from
m to Uo per week.
Auaress box i.vh, roetomce.
mneinnaii..
deed
ANTED A small HOUSE in the west
WT
ern Dart of the cltv. contalnine from B to ft
rooms; wouia purcnuse me lurniture.
Address X.O.
N. through the Postoftlee.
de7d
WANTED Clerk), book-keepers, sales
men, bar-keppera, portera, coopers, carpen
ters, mechanics, laborers and others, can find situa
tions at the Merchants' Clerka Begistry Office, 125
Walnut-atreet. fdeb H ALB A 00.
WANTED M E N A large number of
active. Industrious men can find agreeable
and at the same time lucrative employment in the
ale of some new and popular Boo Its and Maps.
These works are written hv the best historians and
authors known to the clvlllr.ed world ; hence their
popularity. Come and examine for yourselves be
fore engaging in the sale or other publications.
1IA0K H. BABNITZ, Publisher,
de3tf 88 Weet Fourth-street, Cincinnati,
lir ANTED 500 AGENTS To sell Dr.
' W GEO. BARBER'S INSTANTANEOUS BE
L1KF from all pain, the beat remedy in the world
for Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Call at tbs Ball-
road Hotel at 12 o'clock.
deeb
FOR RENT.
TO0R RENT HOUSE Containing 9 rooms
-1 on Seventh-atreet near Hound. Inquire at
Equitable Insurance Co., 30 Third-street, iu base
memo! oiasonto duiiuiuk. ueiuo-
OR RENT Furnished Sleeping Rooms
for yonng men. Apply at 227 Broadway. de9b
FOR RENT Two-itory Brlok Honse, seven
room), in a good neighborhood. Apply to H.
B. EW1NG, corner Third-street and Miami Canal.
dcid
"aHI OR RENT ROOMS Suitable for wU-
B mn.it. law or Inanranca offices, on aeoond and
third floors, lu four-story building opposite the
Press Office. The building haslbecn newly re-palnted
and re-papered. All In good older. Apply at the
rress pmce. non
BOARDING.
BOARDING A pleasant room, soluble
for a small family, or a few single gentlemen,
can he obtained, on easy terms, by applying at No.
163 Kiel Tniru-etreoi. "em-"'
BOARDING! A couple of families can be
accommodated with delightful, warm rooma
and board at No. 139 Sycamore-street, where a few
select boarders are kept. oe9h
BOARDING A few respectable men can
be accommodated with comfortable rooms and
board by the week at the Central Hotel, So. 836
Jn-atreet, near Eighth. Charges moderate. de8o
LOST.
A
L.0nt
and Seventh, or on Seventh to Vine. ?i jf"' wl"
be suitably rewarded by leaving It at this
del0h,L
STOLEN.
ttK.fhRKWARD.-WAS STOLEN ON
eTTJsJvy tne night of the 16th ol November, a
Gold Hunting Lever Watch, No. 1.048, made by Joe.
Johnston A Co., Liverpool, and a 20 gold piece. The
above reward will be paid for the recovery or the
wntch and the arrest of the thief, or $M r,
AVatch alone, if brought to 134 dark-street. delOb
MUSICAL.
iPHRISTMAS IS COMING. REMEMBER
that Lights A Bradtmry's ana
A. H. dale A Co., of New York, and
"Win. Knabe A Co., of Baltimore,
Pianos, can be found only at 72 Weet
inducements for cash, or will rent, and let the rent
pay for the Piano, at 73 Weat o'th-atreet
J. At. MUliUll.
The largest stock of Helodeons In the city. no30
yiHKISTMASI CHRISTMAS 1 1 CIIRIST-
M A H II I uememoer tnai
Hazleton Brothers, Raven, Bacon eWJEjf I
Co., HalLet. Davb k Co., and Peters, frl-Tif
Origgs k Co. 'a Pianos cannot bt II 2 I II
found tn Cincinnati except at No. 6 "
woei a ourui-sireei. win. wn. a. .v
any one east or west, or will rent, and let the rent
pay for the nano, at ww est 'yjjgjjg Jr
eiegp ' Depot for Melooeons and Harmoniums.
ef5l
WORTH OF PIANO MUSIC FOB
9100. .
the home: circle,
. . ..v. r Mavclto. Wnltrae. Polkas.
a eoiinctiou b. . . .r .. . ' ' -
Ao. A Superb Volume Of Popu!.rM asi a. .Arran
CM osio. arrangea
uopies
sens oy wsik rnhjfTeat.
nol8tf
I O X C3r E3 ' JS
?' PATENT, IMPROVEMENT
at ' i I'
Any Style of Orate can be Bet or Beset with
, kf- ImBMvsnssL . ')
em-tr-rw ABU! WftW PREPARED TO FILL
TT orders rapidly, as we have a Urge force
' vT,v?nr grate set with the patent before cold
., m it. Tl la noor economy
7TX;-JXZ t "ff the o Id way. Cuming twice
mi math coal a you need, am
tainlng half
iVkVyou) Vom. chSrful at a Mfllu
'rfflIi3rt&&!tti PV.nt Stoves.
, 8S&SS&& No. Weet FlfthtreO,
. Mat throughmall. . . . mnh f.rm.
will aay five hundred per cent., without any risk.
J. B. BYAV& CO.,
vountyana suw ru .ri, " . Vi.k
Proprietors of Dodge' Patent,
J HT.A.KKLY. uenerai agent.
if
STAR AND THISTLE
si-rthie!. het. Walnut and Vine.
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It win mm ronr health, by giving you purs i beat
-f la AA tnalra wnni rfMimsl ITS) III lUIUaU lJ
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to na Vine-street,
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THE PRESS.
SATURDAY..
.DECEMBER 10
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. . THB PENNY PRESS
Ir yon want a house, advertise In
THB PENNY FKB88.
It yon want to tall anything, advertise In
TUB PENNY PKB8B.
It yon want to buy anything, advertlss In
THB PENNY PRESS.
! fact, every want supplied by advertising In
THB PENNY PRESS.
t&T Don't forret that the Penny
Prera Is the medium through which to
make known your wants! Advertise
ment of five lines and less, Inserted
twice fortwenty-flre cental
"Penny Presa to he had every
morning at the Counting-room door.
Only one cent.
CITY NEWS.
SrALDIHQ'a GLtJI. Huntington, at No. 119
Main-Btreat, tells this great preparation. .
THANKS. Mr. S. 0. Meredith, of Adema'a
Express Company, has onr dally thanks for
Indianapolis papers.
Unpaid LwrTsas. Th following la a list of
loiters detained for non-payment of postage at
the Pottoffioe, in this oity, December 9:
Mrs. Bonn Piatt, Weat Liberty, Logan County, O.
Miss Clara Partridge and Bisters, Alexander, 0.
Martin A Co., Louisville, Ky.
Mordecai Taylor. Hpringboro', Warren County, O.
John Foley, 166 Broadway, Mew York Oity.
ExTBiuiLT Axnotiro. The oitlsens of
Ludlow have been extremely annoved for some
time past by the irregular trips of the ferry-
ooas wmon puea neiween mat Tillage ana the
foot of Fifth-street. It has not made more
than a dozen trips during the past week,
and the trouble, we are informed, has
been of a oharaoter whloh should not have long
prevented the regular crossings.
Hasonio. At the last annual meeting of
Nova Ctesarea Harmony Lodge. No. 2, the
following offioeri were efeoted for the ensuing
year: W. M., Daniel H. Mears; 8. W.. Geo.
H. Wolf; J.. W., Joseph M. Huston; Secre
tary, Charles R. Folger; Treasurer, Joseph K.
Smith; 8. D., Jonathan Berne; J. D., Israel
Jones; Stewards, Henry Handy, Samuel M.
Murphy; Tyler, Joseph B. Covert; Charity
Committee, Richard Gray, Henry Spear, Wo.
Conoklin; Property Committee, John EvanB.
Polioi Couit. Judge Lowe examined fif
teen eajea yesterday morning, but most of
them were quite trivial in their cbaraoter, al
though the session lasted several hours.
Davis Adler, who was arrested some days
ago upon a oharge of receiving stolen goods,
a large lot of jewelry having been found at
his establisnment which had been stolen from
a store in Indiana, about a year ago, was held
to bail in the sum of $2,000 for his appearanoe,
to answer the charge at the next term of the
Court of Common Pleas.
DtiPHiKOTYPis. We have seen all styles of
pictures in the photographic art, and, we be
lieve, are acquainted with the attractive
features of each. The solograph has its mer
its, and so, also, the dagusroetype, the rae
lalnotype and the ambrotype, but none of
them oomblne so satisfactorily all the requi
sites of a portrait, with the beauty and finish
of a picture, as the diapnanotype, taken only
at Carpenter's gallery. No. 20 West Fifth-
street. They bar a number of fine speci-
1UOA1S, ..iUVUJK IIIWJ1 VU. V. If UUSJO U UUltUf
which should be examined by all lovers of
art.
Mmtiko or thi Tocna Mia's Natiokil
Dsmoobatio Assoouiiok. The Young Men's
National Democratic Association held its res-
glor meeting night before las.t, at their hall in
the Court-house, and adopted the following
preamble and resolution:
WiSEiis, The reoent foray into Virginia,
by an armed band, under the lead of one John
Brown, ror tne purpose oi proaucing a servue
insurrection, and, consequently, a civil war,
was a "blow aimed at a oondition of things
existing everywhere south of Mason and
Dixon's line; and that oondition being one in
nrnAratad with the Dolitlcal relations of the
country, under its Constitution and laws, are
armed assaults upon it, however insignificant
Id. foroe or contemptible in result, was sub-
stantiaiiv an unaertatinir w overtnrow me
government of the eonntry; and, being what
Ft thus was, it is something in which every
good citizen in the country bears some share
of the Injury, and in whioh all the sisterhood
of States have the same interest;" and whereas
the expeni s incurred by Virginia in her do
fens, and to brine to justice the hostile in'
vaders of her soil, were inourred for the com
mon defense, and should be participated in by
the other members of the Union; therefore
belt
Rooked. That it is the duty of Congress to
cass an act to reimburse from the public treas
ury, the Stat of Vlnginls the expenses she
has been put to in oonsequenoe of the late
bloody roray into ner ooraers oy joun rown
and bis tones.
The Hall on the oomer of Sixth and Syea'
more-street has been engaged, and the Asso
ciation will hereafter hold its meetings at that
place. . ..
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Bonn or Citt Ihpbovimmtb. Attn reg-
nia aami-weeklv session of the Board of City
Imnravements. neid vesteraay morning, xao
sealed proposals whloh had been offered were
opened and the following awards reoom-
mended;
To . E. Smith, at 66 cents per square yard
to pave wirh limestone Eden-street from Peat
to Main.
To same, to grade and nave with briek the
nnpaved sidewalks on Moore-street from Wal
nut to Liberty, at 12 cents per cnblc yard for
grading, and iM cents per square yard for
paving. .
To same, to pave with brlok the unpaved
sidewalk on Dayton-street from Bay miller
Freeman, at 47 cent per square yard.
To same, to pave with brlok the unpaved
sidewalks on Fifteenth-street from Vine
Race, at 43k cents ear sauare yard.
The Commissioner of the Western Dlstriot
submitted the following list or oowiaereo
Streets and alleys in good condition, whioh
were reoompjenaed to be accepted and kept
repair hereafter Dy ue pity,
' Hoadlev-street, frern Fifth to Sixth: north
side 6f Fifth-street, from Vine to Walnut;
Rixth-streat.from Western-row to Smith; Sixth-
treat, from Vine to Race; Stone-street, from
Fifth to Sixth; Webb-street, from Park east
Morrirf west une; nionmona-strees, , irom
Weatcrn.row to Cutteri Homo-street, from
Fourth to Fifth; Race-street, from Seventh
Blffhth: Second-street, from Western-row
Mllii freeman-street, from Sixth to White
water Canal; Fourth-street, from Wood
Smith; Vlne-a tree t, from Front to Pearl; Court-
street, from western-row v saymuier, nut'
street, f mm Second to Whitewater Canal; Au
gusta-street, from Spl'b Rose; Longworth
street, from Stone ,to Hoadleyj Fifth-street,
from WhltewaterCanal to Rfih; Slehth-street-from
Him to Plum; south side of Eighth-street,
from Vine to Elm; Front-street, from Mill
Fifth; Eighth-street, from Freeman to Harriet;
Elm-street, from Seventh to Eighth; Plum
street, from Fifth to Sixth: HatterValley, from
Western-row to rium;Btone-aiiey,rrem iiiw
atrcet to Burke's-alley; Graham-alley, from
Western-row to Smith; Baldwin-alley, from
Seventh to Eighth; Piatt-ally, from Vine
Elm; Thorp-alley, from Jiim to Plum; An
Mwa.allav. from Plum to Raoe. ' "
; A eommunioatlon from property-holders
Main-street, relative to the oondition of that
thoroughfare, was reea and oroerea to be nieo,
The eommnnioatlon from W. H. Hooper, rela
tive to the condition of Hunt-street, was
read ordered to be mad. Adjountd,
Shocking Suicide—A Cincinnati Clerk
Shoots Himself Dead at a Pittsburg
Hotel.
A young man named Robert P. KiUs, for.
mtrly in the employ of J. N. Harris k Co.,
on Walnut-street, between Fourth and Filth,
in this city, shot himself through the heart on
Wednesday evening last, at the Mansion
House, in Pittsburg. Very little could be as
certained wbieh tended to throw any light
whatever upon the circumstances that led to
his death. The following particulars, how
ever, we glean from the papers of that eity :
Mr. Kitta reached Pittsburg on Tuesday
evening from this city, and went to the Man
sion House, where he registered his name as
A. M. Thompson. A woman named Annie
Wagner waa in oompany with him when he
started waa not his wife, but had been placed
in his care. On the afternoon of Wednesday
she beearne quite ill, and he told the clerk of
the establishment he oould not leave without
her; bnt his manner was very singular and
attracted considerable attention.
About eight o'olock In the evening of the
same day the report of a pistol was heard in
the house, whloh caused some persons to rush
up stairs, and there found the unfortunate
man in a moribund condition, the ball having
passed into and almost through his heart,
while the instrument with whloh he had slain
himself, a four-barreled revolver, was lying
by his side, telling, though mute, the method
he had taken to end the tragedy of his life.
In her testimony Annie Wagner, stated
that the deceased was on his way to the home
of his parent, at Cookstown, Fayette Co., Penn.,
and that she resided in Baltimore, to which
place she Was going. He was about thirty
years of age, and had been in the employ
of Harris k Co. two or three years, during the
whole of which time she hsd been acquainted
with him. He was, pecuniarily, in an almost
destitute oondition, and was returning home
for the purpose of making an arrangement
with his father in regard to somo Western
lands, and If he snooeeded in this he intended
to send for her, with a view to marriage.
After an Inquest had been held upon the
body, it was sent to his parents, at Cookstown,
in oharge of a Mr. Lane, who resides near that
plaoe, and was on his way thither.
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JUDGMSNT RlNDIBID Iff FlVOR OP AH Afl-
ion Against a TniiTBioaL Propbiitob. In
the oase of T. A. Morton, late leading man of
tne National, against John Bates, proprietor
of that theatre, for damages the actor having
been engaged for the season, and discharged
without sufficient cause, at the end of five
weeks Judge Storer, of the Superior Court.
yesterday rendered judgment in favor of the
plaintiff for $580, the full amount of his salary.
xnis decision is important, as it win serve as
a preoeuent in many oases ol a similar cbarao
ter.
liABOl SJiMDI. JfAOTORT KISTROYSD BT
Fibi Loss $25,000. About noon vesterdav
a fire broke out in the oandle manufactory of
rr I. a .. .. a .. ...
jiyattd rrooo, located on uoun-street, in tne
jueer ureeit valley, xne origin ot the fire is
not known, but, in oonsequenoe of the inflam
mable material of the oontents,the flames spread
rapiaiy inrouga toe euiiding. xne nre de
partment was promptly on the ground and
saved the house, with comparatively little
damage, bnt the loss will nevertheless amount
to nearly twenty-five thousand dollars. The
stock and material, we are informed, were In
sured for $12,000, in this elty and Cleveland,
KanbasIIobsi Tbibvison thb watto Wash-
inotoh. Two Kansas horse thiereB, named
respectively Smith and Bennett, were confined
yesterday afternoon In the Hammond-street
Station-house. They left the city last night
at eleven o'clock in oharee of Mesars.Golbv
and Jones, Marshal and Deputy Marshal of
Kansas, en route to Washington City, where
they will be committed to - the National
penitentiary, to which they hare been sen
tencedone for six , the other for twelve
months for stealing horses from the Indians.
Sinioro Aooidsht to a CiuzBir or Mabn
BTTA. An old resident of Marietta, named J.
C. Hart, had his leg broken at the foot of
Raoe-street, day before yesterday. He was
superintending the unloading of a lot of mind-
stones, whloh he had brought to the oity for
sale, when one ot tnem ran on the gangway,
and struck him, breaking his leg, and other
wise injuring him quite severely. He was
taken to his hotel, where his wounds were
properly oared for, alter wnich hewas return'
ed to his nome.
Dkspibati Row at Qckis City Hall. A
disturbance ocourred last night at a ball given
at Queen City Hall, corner of Eighth and
Freeman-street, by franklin a. Long, whioh
it is said resulted quite seriously. The lights
were turned off at ,the moment the row be-
f;an, and knives and pistols were used quite
reeiy. One man was severely stabbed in the
abdomen and another in the head, while sev'
eral were braised and beaten in a terrible
manner, but we could not learn any names,
Man's Lbs Brokbn. A man named Patrick
Farley, while at work yesterday, at the land
in ir, had his leg seriously fractured by a bar
relj whioh ran against and threw him violent
ly to the ground. He was taken np and car
ried to the Commercial Hospital, where he
now lies Battering from ni wound.
Fbabb & Co. The N. T. Clipper, Porter'
SptrU, and WUket' Sp.nl, for the week, to
S other with the Yankee Notiont, and lilerton'e
fagatine, for January, have been reoeived at
Pease & uos, uixtn-streec, east ot mam.
They are in receipt of all the lata papers and
magasines.
Mbtkoboloqicai, Observations For the
Tbmy Preu, by Henry Ware, Optiolan. No,
west jronrin-Bireec, Aeoemser v.
O'clock,
Barometer.
Thermometer.
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Pnrr Laroirt. A woman named Ann
Nolan, wlio s said to be an old offender
UiswajTa was arrested yeiieraaj attenioon
and committed to the Ninth-street Station,
house uoon a charge of stealing a bolt
merino from the store of J. V. Clutch. No. 110
gifta-itreet.
Cavagma's OYsriRS. Deliolons oysters,
equal If not superior to any la the market,
can at nil limes oe naa at reier vavagna
No. 31 West fifth-street, faronasers ma;
depend npon getting the best, and will find
them to oe as represented, uive tnem a iruu,
. , i e '
Do Not Forgst. We are pleased to notice
that B. K. Alley's stylish hats and oaps are
worn bw many of our citizens. They are re
markable for neatness and equiilte finish.
Those in want of a good bat, should go
Alley's, No. 41 Broadway.
' '
Fins Oystirs. Be it remembered that
Robert Orr Is agent for Maltby's celebrated
Baltimore bivalves, which are acknowledged
to be superior to any Imported to this oity.
If you want fresh oysters go to No. 11 West
Fifth-street and get a esn of the three F's.
Illustratid Papim. Chnroh, of the Post
offioe News-staad, has constantly on hand
Illustrated papers of both oonthents. This
week's Issue of a number of them are over
flowing with illustrations of John Brown.
adYorttlement. ... j
"'Thi Fill This Morrim. fne tire a little
after one e'olook this morning was in a frame
stable, at the oorner of Bifteeath-street
the Miami Canal, whioh was destroyed.' Lou
about $aoa. ' - ' - - "
AtMiaisi'a Bali. H. 0. Oilbert, assignee
of George Lewis, offers great bargains
eloalts, mourning goons, o. pse aaverm
ment.
Nswe, Maurloe Freiberg, at tbe news
.tand in the SDsnosr House, has a large
ortaent of .the latest periodicals and maga-
,1ms, and aae let ef Bole oigers.
TBI ClTT, TBI WlATBSB AXD THB WxiK.
The weather during the week hu been doold-
edly wintry, and for three days past we have
been favoted with sufficient snew for sleigh-
lag a novel luxury la this latitude, that is
always largely enjoyed. ' .
The snow has seriously interfered with the
mails and expresses, and this baa somewhat
affected business, whioh has been moderately
active, more so than it was last week. Pack
ing hu been carried on to a fair extant, but
less than was anticipated with suoh favorable
weather.
The attendance on 'Change has been very
large, as usual at this season, the spatiout
hall being hardly oapable of accommodating
the many merchant and traders who dally
repair thither. ' '
The hotels are pretty well patronized, but
the number of strangers in the oity is less than
it was last week. There Is generally a lull in
travel for a fortnight or more before the
Christmas holidays, and we have experienoed
this loll the present week.
The Opera-house, the theaters and other
plaoes of amusement have not been so welt
attended as they should have been; no partto
r attention neing oserea any oi me nouses.
We shall soon nave more magnetic power at
the theater, whioh will draw better In conse
quence.
The business or the week Has been, on the
whole, satisfactory, and will prove more so ere
long.
Rsv. H. W. Bsllows' Lbottjbb this Evan-
IRQ. Rev. H. W. Bellows' aeoond lecture on
the "Bolenco of Society" the "Sources of
facial Evils" will be delivered before the
Y. M, M. L.Assooiation this evening at Smith
k Nixon's. The subject is Interesting; to all.
and will doubtless be ably and eloquently
treated ry tne learned Doctor,
OrrrsBS I Or stirs 1 1 Another big lot arriv
ing to-day at Waggoner's depot, on Western
row, above Fifth, fresh from the water.
AMUSEMENTS.
Pita's OpBBA-Boasa. The audience at
the Opera-house last night waa a considerable im
provement upon those they have had generally dur
ing the week. The play,. Still Watshs Ei' Dstp,
we sever did admire, and even In thehandeof Sir.
and sirs. Uonway, and the excellent company by
whom they are supported, It I rather a stupid affair,
although admirably enaoted. To-night the tragedy
of MiCBiTH, with Mr. Oouwny in the title role, Mr.
u. a "iieay jnacoeio," ana mr. maciariana nis
first appearance here aa "Macduff," will be pre.
seated. This play has been iu preparation for some
, and will be pat upon the stage in a style never
re eaualed In this city. The farce is tbe Cobtqu-
qilLissoh.
Wood's Thbateb. The benefit of Mr. Lana-
don, attmaeauDiisnmeni, last nignt, waa wen at
teuded, and the performance passed off admirably.
To-night a complimentary benefit, tendered to Mr.
Morton, by bis friends, will take place, on wblcb oc
casion he will appear as tbe wiley Cardinal, In Bui-
wer a neantii li Diav or niciiBLiEU. witu mr. Ltans-
don as "De Hauprat." The performance will close
with sUspardo, ins Gondolikb, and the building
will uouDiiea oe ore wueu.
NiTioRib Tbiitbr. Yankee Bieroe takes
a benefit to-nigbt at the National. Hi rendering of
Yankee character is very good, aud the bill he offer
is null attractive. It consists of an orlfflnal farce
called I'iTiBNiL Bcbcvei, the beautiful drama, Til
laiuH KHiaaaitT, in wnicn master Btuart will appear,
nnd th. Vanlta. f... fa 1 ItlA Ctnin.l. Ciunam
LAW REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
Tbb Tbutrical Cabb Dboided. T. A. Mor
ton vs. John Bates. Judge Storer delivered an opin
ion In this oase. The plaintiff seek to recover for
tneoreacn oi a contract enierea into oetween Dim
eel fand defendant, by the terms of whloh he agreed
to penorm tne leauiajg part in sue orsma in tne ae
fendantaTheaterln Cinciuuati. andforwhich he waa
to receive 826 a week for a period of six months, and
at tne enu oi tne term to nave one-iniru or tne gross
recelets of a benefit.
u eon tneemniormenioi tne piaintm. tne aeienaant.
It appears in prooi,was BHiisuea witu uib quaunca
tlons. after bavin made the nroner lnauiries the
plaintiff having never assumed to recommend him
self, bnt with becoming modeaty having exhibited
tne recommendations 01 otuers, ana cnoaen to reiy
for allot tbe popularity which lie might bop to re
ceive on the fair criticism of those who wltneased his
performances. Aboth the 29thof August he arrived
In this city, and performed in divera parts for the
spaceof five weeks, and there does not appear to be
any oujection aen 10 nis qUDUincatioaa,woeiaeraa
VJ uib euiuiy, u luevuuor, u. nuj vt wo reiiieiM-.,
constituting an accomplished aotor. He waa not
only permitted to remain, but to perform all tbe
lead ns earta natll tbe inn weeK oi nis ensasement.
Then a letter of comslalnt la written to him. sun"
Seating that be had better, If possible, find another
situation, ana nnaiiy ne we aiscnargea.
Taking the whole oase. the Oourt was aatlafiod the
nnceremonioua dismissal or the plaintiff save him a
right of action. The Oourt here referred to the de
cision of Justice Parke, in Gallo vs. Bronncer. 4 Oar. A
rayne, 618. un tne question oi damages ine vourt
referred to the cue of Oostigan vs. tbe Mobawk A
Hudson Ballroad Oompany, 2d Qenio, 610 and held
that the plaintiff waa entitled to his full salary from
the day on which he waa dismissed to the dav upon
which hie engagement wo to terminate and to $30
asaneqntvaientiornisone-iniruoi toe receipt oia
benefit night. Judgment for $580.
i. u. w are ana t. a. iiogan ior piaiuuu : vnarie
rox ior ooienaant
COMMON PLEAS.
Oeiuikal Sidb. The State rs. John Kain.
The following four jurors, In addition to those ob-
tallica on tne nrevions aav. were aworn. wnicn com-
nleted the ftill naneli
uuwara maxeBiey, u, s . uoraucn, ueo. -inorpe ana
j-uwara looa. ins testimony oomiueuceu.
RIVER NEWS.
M
Si
, . , I a-aMB,
The River oonttnued to rise yesterday, but
lea rapidly than on Wednesday or Thursday; the
cold weather still exercising a restraining Influence
on the swell ins water, whloh. ainoe our laat. haa
probably come up about twenty-two or three Inches.
The Blver haa nearlv reached It maximum, and will
probably begin to recede in a day or two, though we
snail nave aDunoance oi water ior me largest ciaas
of boats for some time to come, (steamers atiil
over the Tall at Louisville without the least di
cnltr. i
Business at the Landing was more active yester
day; the ouerlngs oi ireigut oeing Deiter man any on
anv nrevinua dav of the week. The Levee la still
lined with l)t, but a number of them are yet with
out miiioaua.
The weather remain cold, but moderated yester
day six or;even degrees, and will continue to mod
erate. -
Southern freight were more plenty, but there was
no cnange in rates,
l-1. ... . WA1.-.a ..a . 1171. 1.1...
50c.: Flour, 30c.; Pork stud Lard, 41c; Pound
Freights, 16c. per 100 lb. "
Naahville-Wblsky. perbrl., flj Ale.Joo.; Found
St. Louls-HeavV Pound Freights. 5SO. per 100 lb.:
Wbt'ky and Oil, 64o, per brl.l Stoves, 26o.i Ale, 60o,
per on.
New Orleana-Whlakv and Oil li: Flour. 600.! Pork
80c.; Bacon, Butter, Cheese, Ac; 40c. per 100 lb.;
Keg Lard, Woj Empty Barrels, 90c,, Horses, 110 per
neaa; rouoa a reigat, wa. . .
Monetary and Commercial.
of
to
all
In
as
Complaints of the scarcity of Currenoy were
oftsn heard among the Banker yesterday, but the
lad(ng Pjseount-houses reported no particular
stringency, although they mentioned an active de
mand for loans from their customers. Those Insti
tutions reject oonilderabl good Paper every day
because It is from outsider, whom they do not un
dertake to favor.
The Bcarnltr of fhirrenev had Ita effect on Eastern
Zxchanae.renderln dealer unwilling to buy largely.
lest it might decline on their hands. Tbe buying
flamrea were m on s-niiaaeinaia anu new x or, ana
X the telling price- Check on Baltimore and Boston
could be and were purchased at 182uo. premium,
but few were offered.
In Coin little waa doing, and New Orleans was
quiet. Time-bills were occasionally offered and
t&a-en at 10 ear cent, for slxtv davs.
Vocurrent Mousy ha undergone no change daring
tee wees. . n , ,- , , .
Flour was biisvant. and nrioes wer again higher
yesterday. Whisky waa still in good demand. Pro
visions were tolerably steady but quiet, tbe feeling
being more in favor of seller than they were. Groceries
were unchanged. Hogs underwent no change,
ajuonead selling during aay, ....
Th Import and Kxports of various artlole during
ths twenty-four hours ending yesterday noon, were:
lMPCBT.-Flour, 1,263 brls.; Whisky,
una., nuis.r, ow Dr
UOrn, ifOVt uaauoiBl " una,, .,ouo uu.ue,., VM. l.uou
hn.hnla: Rarlev 08 bushels: Ho&rs. 7.691 head: Oofiee.
a. n .n 1 V. , . II? 1. . . fia , 1. , . .
uau, 1
S.946 bags; Pork and Bacon, 8l,9f6 lbs.) Apples,
brls.; Butter, 4 keg; Potatoes, 96 brls.
Kxpobts. Flour, 363 brl.; Whisky, 31,68 brls.;
Wheat. 2.040 bushels: Barley. 118 bushels: Suaar.
hhds.; Molasses, 83',brls. Co flee, 269 bags; Apple,
oris.; Butter, xegsi uneeie, 1,0411 Doxea; rota
tOH, Mlbrls.s Ball, 129 brl.
Tbe following I a comparative statement of
exports (exclusive of Specie) from Mew York to For
eign ports for the week and since Jan. 1 :
-SMS. isa. lave.
For the week...'..i.. tl.24l.62S 1660.848 " tl.246.041
Breylouslv reported. 66,W9,608 66,716,810 60,660,901
Since Jan, l...,.......07ll,4i3 166.367,668 161,196,944
Thursday' Herald thus speak of Wednesday's
Nsw Toyk Honey and Sxchangs llarkat t
Honey Is rather more In 'demand again. At
discount house very little Is doing under stvan
cent., auu we near ui a very cuuiue ,aun -wvph-uu.,
going at IX. Long paper, first data, with two
names, ranges from 7 to 8 per ont most of th buai-
naaa dolne at tha latter flmire. Thn la no aoarcltv
of money among the brokers; S I th usual rate
loans on call, but In exceptionable cases 7 has
Bald ta1.lla.V-
The foreign exchange market olosed very dnll.
asdlng foreign house drew freely on London at
ior (p. day bills, npon which the other drawers
dueed their rates to 10Mt(jW. Mercantile bills go
at We quote bankers' bills on Paris at S.l;
but there are some very good bills in market at
(85.17H. The Afric, which aalled to.day for Liver
pool, took out t6Tl,:l1 in specie about ball of which
was silver.
Niw Teas O.ttl M aicbt, Wednesday evening,
December 7. The live etock markets have been lean
abundantly supplied the past week than during the
tiro or three previous months. During the week
ending yeitevday, the total receipt at the regular
yards of live animals destined for slaughter num
bered: beef cattle, t,ivr, veal selves, 461; sheep and
lambs, 10,ir, awlne, 10,878; also of milch cows, 1W;
total, 81,875. Total last week, 33,839; being a decline
of 484 beeve. 127 veals, 3,818 aheep, IS oows, and an
Increase of 2,7 hogs. At yesterday's general weekly
market, heel cattle sold a trifle better than Last week,
aay UsSIIOXo. per pound, estimated dreesed weight,
for a few of the beat ottered; medium quality ,ii0t
9Xc.; poorest. 67c; average of all eorts, SiimUc.
Cows in better demand at former low ratee. Veals
dull; prices unchanged. , Sheep sold a trifle better
than Uatweek. Bwlne were in fair request, but aot
all sold; price same as last week; corn-fed, &Hd
ttia. per pound live weight. ..
CINCINNATI MARKET—DECEMBER 9.
FLOCB The market continues buoyant, and
prioee are again higher,
inner.' Tne sale comprise t,W0
91 for suBerflne, and is eotaA 75
Barrels, at 19 aaa 8 for auBerl
barrels, at
for extrm
for extra. The demand at the. elose was pressing,
and superfine was saleable at $4 aijps 60. The re-
eeint are llaht.
WHISKY The demand continue good, and the
market firm: sales of 1,400 barrel at 2So., including
suae irom wagon.
HOGS The market did not nnderao much chases
to-day; the demand was fair, which was met freely,
ana prices ruieu eteauy. lai sales ware!
66 head areragiuc 170 lb, at,
180 head averaging 17S lb, at,,
114 head avenurlna 20O lbe. at..
$6 29
6 25
6 30
6 20
6 30
m bead averaging 190 lbs. at..
160 head averaging 1S lbs. at..
820 head averaolns IM lha. at..
6 30
660 head averaging 230 lbs. (gross) at,
.. S 10
e aaa so
m head averaging 183 lbs. at................... 6 40
S00 head averaging 2M lbs. ., 6 40
520 head averasing 190 lbs. at.......- 6 40
460 head averaging 1W lbs. at...... 6 40
Tbe market closed firm. Tbe receipt during the
last twenty-rour hours were about 9.U00 head.
PKOVItJIONS-Tbe market may be called firm,
but comparatively quiet, though If any change tbe
term was in favor of sellers. The aalea were 6,000
pieces green Hants at Sc.; 1,000 do. Bhoulders at 6Ma.:
100 barrel mesa Pork at $16; 700 do. at 116 fiO, part
ast evening: 100.000 pounds bulk Side at 8Xc, de
livered next renrnary; 50,000 do. Bboulder at 60.,
same delivery: 50 bbds. Bhoulders and Bides, on tbe
spot, at 6 and 8c. packed, and 120 barrel Lard at
OltOOBBIES-Biigar firm and scarce at 8SKc
the latter rate was obtained for 15 hhds. choice old.
Molasses firm, and erioM tendlna unward: sales of
300 barrels, part to arrive, at 46c., and loohalf-brls.
at 48c., to arrive In cypresa cooperage. Coffee firm
and in fair demand at 1213c. for common to choice.
WHEAT There is an active demand, and price
have advanced o. par bush. We quote prime white
a til 253l 27, and prime red at tl mi 20.
OOBN The market continue firm, with a good
demand at 48c, . .
OATB-There is an active demand, with light re
ceipts, and price have advanced 60c. per bushel. .
By USThe market laiflrm, with a good demand at
onr last quotations.
BABLIT There la a good demand, and price
firm at 75n. for nrlm. f.ll .nil CuaLTTW, fnr fair tn
good: sale of 32S bushels prime (all at 76c.; 800 bush,
good Barley If alt were sold at 70c.
umiBit-too demand continue active, and prices
firm: SalrS Of ft41 ItnvM W-.fi.rn Kawn. .IQa lMlflo.
Knglish Dairy at lie. and 100 do. Nutmeg at 2Xc.
nuiij.it Tiiere is an improved demand, ana
prices have advanced. WS ouota Central Ohio roll
at l617o and Western Beaerve at 1820c.: sales ef
narre a prime western Keserv at 19o.; 6 do. Cen
tral Ohio at 17c. . - ' .
APPLE8-Tbe market Is Ana, with a good demand
He UUl IOHJI. UUtJLtlLIUIll,
rUTA tO&o The demand continue good, and
price firm at tl 60 par barrel for prime Neabanooks,
on arrival.
OLOVKR BIED-There I an active demand, and
price tending upward, but not quotably hlahen
aiw ui in aoa at 4 KKB14 74, and 97 DII. at $ 70.
[BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.]
Hew voaat Mimm. TWamh.- o d as a-ir,,,.
leas active, but without material change: aale ot
wuwireii, at, e-i iu((ao to tor vupernne weatern,
5 305 40 for oommon to medium extra do., ana
B6 606 75 for Inferior to good shipping brands extra
rOUnd-hOOn Ohio Cloainff nniAt -mil nnnh.na.il
Canadian Flour quiet and unchanged: aalea of 400
brls. at 85 40(36 40 for oommon to choice extra. Rva
Flour in fair request at $3 60(34 60, Wheat in favor
oi nuyers, out prices are without important change:
sale of 35,000 bushels, at II 20 for Bilwaukle Olub;
$1 50 for white Kentuoky; tl SIX for red Southern;
tl 41 for fair white Canada including 8,250 bushels
ff MUavAnkl. ninh f . II L . - rtvi ..,
witu nuyers at 899)o. Barley more active: aale of
Xjnoonuenei, at. 7700. ror State, and 870. ror choice
Canada West. Corn steady: aalea of 11,000 buahels,
at 830e. for new yellow, and Meoc. for old white
anu reuvw. vats are ouoyant at 40MU4SO. ror Btate,
Western and Uanadian-wlth a good demand for N.
O. Whisky heavy and lower: sale of 600 brla. at
ziHV&ne., enieiiy at tbe inside price. Pork heavy
and drooping: sale of 200 brls. at $16 3716 40 for
uieaai it wiaii oa mr prime, io 70 ior western
crime mess Including 1.000 do. m.as for Anril. Mav
and June delivery, on private term. Beef steady:
saiee ot 370 uarreis, at WW us ior oeuntry prime: V
a5 60 for do. mesa; f610 for old and new repacked
mess; 110 60llforextramet. Dressed Hogs pretty
firm at IXmHo. Beer Bams active: sales of 800
barrels, at $1450 for Western. Prime mess Beef firm
at SI720. Out Meats steady: sales of 200 brls. at
7Mfor Shoulder, and Wo. for Ham. Bacon quiet
ana unonangea, uara very nrm: sale oi S40 on, at
10Xallc. lfutter dull at HMl8o. for Ohio, and 14
21c for State. Oheeae steadr at evailo. Wool: fleece
rules firm at 40460, Borne aale are reported at a
sugntaavanc over mete ngurea; soreign auu ana
uuoueuigou. . ,,
Bll.TlHOn Hikiit. December 9. If tour la dnll
and declining: Howard-street I held at 86 37H. with
no sales. Wheat 1 Arm but unchanged. Corn Is
buoyant, at 7a72o forwhlte. and72a74o.forvellow.
Provisions are quiet. Ueaa Pork at 816 60. Bacon
Bides at loilo. wnuky Is firm at He..;,
Steamboat Register.
AnarVAL. Masnolla. 'Sfavavllle: Forest OnM,.
Madison: Superior. Louisville: J. B. Ford. Louia-
vllle; Moderator, Louisville; Clipper, Big Sandy;
Neptune, New Orleans; Swallow, Parkeraburg; Dun-
leuu, nevuie; virgiuia nomu, xieveiie.
Depabtukis. Forest Oneen. Hadison: Haanolla.
Hayavllle: Suuerior. Louisville: Courier. Wheellni-.
d. noru, VTueeuoa, moueravur, j"iitBDurg; xieu
mark. PitUburg; Clipper. Big Sandy; Dunleltb,
neviiie; Virginia Home, Seville; Weuona, Mash-
VIHB, ,. 1 . : . . r . , . ...
NEWPORT NEWS.
Scmooii Fukd. The Governor's Message
contains tbe following exhibit of the condition of the
School Fund, arising under the general School law
SCHOOL FUND.
Becelpt for year ending Slst December,
1867. Including balance of the previous
ami
vear. S323.8M
Expenditures for the same time.. 821,828
iwiance 9m aveceiuuer laui....
Beceipt for year ending Slat December,
,1806, including nuance oi in previous
veer.
1330,934 TO
Expenditures for the same time,
021,079
Balance SlstDeoember. 1S6B...j........
19,364
Bocelpts from tbe 31st December, 1663, to
1UI.U irtiivinri low..........
Kxpenditures for the same time.
9326,696 6
926,024
Balance 1Mb October. 1AM
87196
264,111
Whole number of children between 6 and
18 years eld for 1667 ......
Whole number of ohlldren between 6 and !
18 years old for I8.r8.
Whole number of children between 6 and
267,712
18 year old ior lew, aa reported irom
Assessor' books no resort vetl. .........
243,819
Whole number of children at school, 1867
Whole number of children at school, 1868
88,931
97,001
RESOURCES OF THE SCHOOL FUND.
Interest on the Stat bonds, amounting to 11.381,.
S3 (IV
Dividends on 736 shares of Bank of Kentucky stock
f9,0W.
X ax on armors asaua capital.
Tax on Ooinmerolal Bank canltal.
Tax on Bank of Ashland canltal.
One-fourth, or five cents, of the revenue collected
eAch vear.
i rom tneaoove sources mere was receivea last rear
tor tne bcuooi una, ex,M i.
Aooidsht. Yesterday, while Mr. Ltvesv
waa attempting; to ride a horse onHlie ferry-boat,
animal fell between the boat and the landing,
waa oniy roscuea alter greai exertion on tne pari
tno iiystanuer.
Bahishib. One of the Tsmnt females
rested vesterdav waa dismissed bv the Havor ou
dltlon that she leave th Btate, which ahe Immedi
ately am,
Slsiqb Ridio. Our eitlsens endeaTored
enjoy themselves yesterday, anticipating a rapid
of the snow. .
Nsw Billiasd Saloos. We have heretofore
neglected to mention to cur readers that ntaior
Uawweil naa estaDiuneu a nrsi-cias oniiara saloon
In Colonel Smeller's new buildln on Vork street.
Our cltlsen will now have an opportunity of
in thla highly popular game in their owu
COVINGTON NEWS.
143
6t
100
the
AlOTHII AOOIDIST ON HI COVIKOTOK
Lixinctoh Bailxoa. We understand that
ilnwn rVftlfflit En.ln ran off tbe track above
Very little damage waa don, although th train
aeiayea ior some una.
Polioi Couit. Two men, Cassan and Dona
hue, were fined S3 .75 each for drunkenness, In
rouce uouri yeneraay.
Ikqoist op Ltjhaot. A man named Chris
tian Sonlth. annuosed to be insane, waa veatarder
tirongnt oeiere jnage mooar, ior examination,
testimony adduced appeared to establish the fact,
ue was oruerea tu sue nunauc uyium,
Rslioioos. Divine serviee will be held
Odd Fellow' Hall to-morrow afternoon at S o'clock,
Corjgrr Jail. There are thirty-three
mil., nn. in HiefVnniv Jail. 9ft mala: and 7 femalaat
about twenty of these areawaitlng their trial In
uirenit ucurt.
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TsaTE W IRTJITa 200 boxes MR Raisins:
-IT no do. Layer do. ; W0 hair-box Baiiins
anartaisboxae do. Alio, new Fig In drum.
Prunes in kegs, Currant, Citron, Ac. lnstore,
tor sal or, ... , . wi. raits,
pen - ! . ioe. fluwn oat asain-esrees.
U1IRE-CRACKBRS. 200 boxes No
, Ohop,
In store and for tale by I
' AABUN A, OOLTXB,
, , , , I Nosy U9 aadUl Hale -street.
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AUCTION gAtEBy H. S. MILES,
tUlee-rooros ' No. 33 Maln-etreet ,- Poet,
tive aale of Staple Groceries, Mails, Window GlassT
BooUandBhoes, at Auction, without any reeerv. to
close aonsig amenta, on TVBdDAY MORNLNO, be.
cember 13, at o'clock, 85 bags Klo Coffee; 47 mat
Java doj isbrU. Beflned Pyrup; loo bxe. No 1 8aa
48 bw. Cfemaa do.; J7 Gaetll "do 40 bxiV Bnie?
Oand ee; 6 qr. casks Brandy; r bxs. Ground oSger.
and Cloves; 140 bxs. Va. and Ky. Tobaccei 200 brla.
Smoking do.; 70 bxs. Pearl march; 10 toanm Bice
126 keg. easorted Nalle; ft 8odVbrU:
Cidar "Vinegar; 16 brie. Bourbon Whisky; PsBBorl
Bploe, Cinuamen. "
AL6O-240hi. 10x12, 10XJ4, 10x15, 10x16, 10X1S Win .
dow Glass, beat branda;75 bxs. quart, pint and half
pint Flasks.
ALHO-43 cases Hen's and Boy's Kin Boots and
AL1
rlor n
,80. without anv reserve on lar.. w-n .nnA.
;or new Fire-proof Iron Safe. 16 half chests superior
V. H. and Imperial Teas.
delO
H, B. MILES, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SAIE-By KELI0GQ k
WILLIAMS-Bal-room 22 and 24 Stmt Third
street. Flano lurniture. Dry and Fancy Goods,
Ac., at Auction. On SATURDAY MOBMINO, De
cember 10, at 9 o'clock, a good stock of Dry and
Fancy Goods, Clothing, Watches, Ao. 'At 10
o'clock new and seeond-hsnd Furniture; 6 patent
Iron Vice; 6 patent Woolen do. A itockof fine
Table Cutlery, Ac. -AL80-One
very fine Piano, and other Goods, Ac.
delO A. KBLLOOQ, Auctioneer.
AUCTION 8AI.U By JACOB GEAFP
A Co. Furniture, Uarpet. Glassware, gc
Will be sold at Auction on SATUBD A Y MOBBING,
December 10. at 9 o'clock, at our Store, Mo. 18 Eaat
Fourth -street, a large quantity of new and second
hand Furniture, Carpets, Oil-clotbt, four Counters,
Ofilc Desk, two Letter Presaea, Platform and ether
Scales.
ALSO-A number of Stove and general assort
ment of Kitchen Furniture.
de ., . JACOB QBAFF, Auctioneer
AUCTION BALE BT JACOB QBAFF
A CO.. Mo. IS Kaat Vmirth..lrMt THIS
wvniiiu, iw, iw, . v u ciuca, a f uaniisy oi new
and second-hand Furniture, Carpel, Utoves, Office
llA.lr. IVttin,... Iki Aatn
1(11 D.I I tl, , ...i..,.. . ...
ATTENTION, BUILDEES!
Th.W. Farrin & Co.
i if .. . ' '
HAVE ESTABLISHED THE J AC I
thatthevareselllnff llimher ftt tb.l. varH ,.n
Freeman-strmt. nest tn ninnlnn-.,!. hamllftn mi. A
Dayton Ballroad, .
AT LOWER PRICES
Than any other Lumber Dealers In the city. '
"Quick Sales and Small Profits
: '.UTHIIBHOTTOi
They submit (he following list or prloes:
Huh I Vn
Clear lumber. all thick neeaea.l In:' maaa B37 Ml Binai
miwuiiauB, iTi ana uca riaua.
28 00 80S
neaa i men uoarus..
eeseeee ise M ID XO Ui
It 60 17 6.
eeeonn " all tuiek
Third " Board..
Grub Plank, face niMunre.
-.. 11 SO 12 Ol
K S6 0
11 60 13 60
IS 60 14 00
uemiocc Joist, Boaniuug ana Timber.
Pooler " "
First Oommon Floorln Boards
l,MHM,., D9 W Ol W
9S TA 94 la.
... 18 60 M 00
First Oommon Weather 16 60 17 60
Second " ' " li 00 IS oil
Cedar Post, 4 by 4,8 feet, per hundred. 59 06 SO 00
u-iar . -- ior ienang, -- so 00 SI 66
Locust " " jo 00 22 60
Ainnherredn4tt1onort.vih-a.eMiE- erill a.nafla.a
Mils of Saooor more.
Wenaveoueof thelarffeetand tiMt aelMteal einefr.
of Lumber in tbe Cincinnati market, whloh w offer
ior sate as sue aoove price.
THOS. . FABRIN & CO.
nofflbw
ASSIGNEES' SALE.
3. II. GARDINER'S
BT00KOI. v.
ffatclies, Jewelry,
Notions and inctlon doodi,
. . WILL BS SOLD AT COST PBI0B8,
Auctioneers, Peddlers and Dealers are Invited to
call and examine the Goods, at the old stand,
15i Main-st.,
de8o , Second door above Fourth.
WILSON, OARUCK & CO.,
Forwarding; and Commission
ITIEKCIIAIYTS,
TkEALER3 IN LIVE AND DRESSED
MJf Hogs. Pork, Lard, Whisky, Floor, Grain, Ac.
Office north-west corner Sixth and Main. atresia.
Cincinnati, opposite the Oalt House.
The undersigned having formed a copartnership
in the General Produce aud Commission Business,
under tbe style of Wilson, Garllck A Co,, res pec t-
rauy renaer tueir semoee anoaonoii tne patronage ot
sueir irieuu. enu .ue puuiio.
Particular attention
Said to buying and selling Hog, Whisky, Flour,
rain, Ac. Their charge will p aa moderate a
any other good house in the city. BeCerto the mar
cnautsoi uincinnau generally.
A. WlliBUN, J,,
H. T, GABLIO:
Ua.
toJsbra '
ij. r. natta,
Be
Y.
C.
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I-W.:l 1'
lie
A.
T.
MEANS BUY-YOUR COAL OIL AND
LAMPS AT TALLH ADGK'B, 246 Ylns-strtot.
. M. B. Lard Oil and Fluid Lamp altered for bum-
f g uvm vii. uu", .
SADDLE, TRUNK AND HARNESS
MANUFACTORY,
103 MtUn-etreet, three door above Third,
KEEP ON AND AND MAKE TO 0B
DEB all k nds of Hone Trapping, In th beat
and most substantial manner. Also, a large assort
ment of Horse Blsusketa, Whip, Uarpet and Leather
Bags, Bridle Bit. Buffalo Holies, Valise (tbe real
eoie-learner h a-.au xrauas, Bpoage, i
sortment belonging to thi flue. I
and a large aa-
wiu sell as low
as ths lowest,
D. 8. CAERICK.
nolt-ay
T. 3EZ. Deters.
No, S3 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
HAS NOW IN STORE A LARGE
STOCK OF '
WATER-PROOP1 BOOTS,
To which be invite the attention of th public.
NEW SARDINES I NEW SARDINES 1 1
Just received 63 cases of new Sardine, in whole.
half and quarter cane; alao a few case Boneless Sar
dine. Tneae Sardines are put up in the finest oil,
and are extremely delicate In Haver.
ror sal wnoieaat and retail oy
JOHN BATES,
' de6 National Theatre Building, Sycamore at.
J100TCH AND IRISH WHI8KY. Juit
' I X54JVJ1 v Wl v IUUti7VMW toiy - mvviwu
anairisn wmsay. j oraaieoy
a. Mcdonald a oo..
0
, 66 and Branch Store 249 Weet Fourth-it,
SCOTCH ALE AND LONDON PORTER.
Just reoeived, 76 casks Dliher', Younger', and
other celebrated brand Scotch Ale and London Por
ter, t or sale or ' . mciwi-Aiiii w.,
no2e fleana praocn otore w weat ronrtn-st.
SfBaLIVE
OIL. Just reoeived, 48 dosen
W flagons very superior Olive Oil
tuiiv uu. roraaieoy
a. Mcdonald a co..
ao28
66 and Branch Store 249 Wert Fourth -at.
NEW FRUITS. New Raisins, new
rants, new tig. Prunes, Citron, Ac, j
juit re
onvea ana tor saie ny .
,,.r ,. joaH rKBUUBun, urocer,
no2 L '"' "!! 11 Corner Ninth and Yine-street.
OYSTERS. I am in daily receipt of the
beet brand of Orators coming to thi city.
Warranted fresh and fat. ;
iti! - lift if & -r -'OHM FJaBUUBun. procer,
11029 - iJQrnerov eraw enu vine-eireets.
"EVAMILY FLOUR. I bare always on
JT' hand, a supply of th best Family Flour in th
eWOTjwttW. Grocer,
en0J.
BOTfi i r ' e-wnrnr .hipipw t intireeTi.
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS. I am
dally in receipt pf the very best in can and
half-can.
aaaua a. winan.
Cnr-
" ' los. lis and 321 Main-street.
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