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WANTED.
""WANTB," "FOB BALE," "TO LET," "LOST,"
"FO0ND,"Ae.,ln thUeolojan, oocapylngflv Hp.
or le,twolnertlon,twentr-livoent.
W ANTED BUSINESS A thare la ft
. respectable paving business, for which tb
advertiser will give 40tj and devote hit time to tbe
iutereat of the concern. Addree (elating nature or
busineee) 0. 11., at thia office. de2lb
VA1,"rED A 0001' QIRL-'Xhat oaa
7. ,'wu - Iron, to do the work of a
V-ANTED-TO BUY-8everal fin. New-
foundlend and Bat Terrier Bom. Oh J
Also, ons pair Ana Hounds. Inquire Im- OHC
mliate y at Die Wetnel House, Seven-
teonth Ward, Cincinnati. . dejlb
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Ona oook,,
two dining-room girl, three girls for ges
'ral booM-wotk, and on girl to go South with tu
exhibition. Apply without del to W. H. MASON.
u Kaat Thlrd-itreet, basement tory, next to Adam'
Express. d3lb
WANTED Reliable help for lituationt
of any kind can always be bad at a moment'
notice, by applying at Mo. 0 East Third-slreet, baa,
went etory, nxt to Adams' Express office. No
charge to servants. Uellam
WANTED COOK, Ac A good oook,
dining-room girl, and chambermaid, at Mo.
lii'i Heat FiftA-street, between Uaeeand Elm.
fdejluj
'"ANTED BOY An active, intalllmnt
,' boy, from tea to twelve year of ago, te do
cliorefl about a hons anil uiiri ivaltln. nn tmV.it. f
uch air one a good home i offered, and permission
U atudy of evening. Apply at Hi Wett fourth,
atreet. de21b
ANTED TWO GIRLS One to do
plain cooking and wuhlng, and one to do
chamber work and turning. Apply at 145 Smith.
it r act, between fourth and Fifth -atreeU. de2lb
WANTED T form the acquaintance of
a young lady, with a view to matrimony.
Thla ia no hoax A uota addressed in confidence to
DAVID P. BliOWNLOW, Pre Office, will meet
with prompt attention. de2Ub
WANTED A GIRL to do ohamberwork
.., 1nl take charge of children. Apply at to
Weat Flfih-etreot, corner of Lodge. de2ub.
WAN IE D A baDdleTwASHEB at the
Madlaon Hon. Apply immediately. dc30b
WANTED At room No 1 United States
Hotel, honest, snterprisIAg men, of tome
mean, a partner it) the manufacture, tale aud
patent of a lamp which bnru coal-oil without glau
chimney, amoke or odor; a toap which wholly dia
peimea with ail the rubbing processes; a water-proof
iluid, eir-renewing the puliaht and a water-proof
lusido shoo aole. de!9c
WANTED Persons of either sex, by
ending their addrom, with stamp, to J. W.
BRADFORD, Cincinnati. Ohio, will be made ao
iiuaiuted with ail new aud important inventions of
universal utility and necessity, offering great in
ducements. del9c .
WANTED SITUATION By a young
man. a aleaman or assistant book-keeper in
a wholesale dry-goods, notion or grocery store.. Ha
considerable acquaintance in Indiana and Western
oil lo. Oood reference given, Address KCAUOU,
Penny Preaa office. death'
w
ANTED A BUTCHEROne who la
Ihnmnalila BMnal...... ttU 1. - .. -I
and who can come well reoommended -no others seed
apply good wage given. Call on John Battesby,
Market-space, between Third and Fourth-afreet,
Covington. v- de!6tf
WANTED MEN Aotive business men
who can invent from $90 to $IOO,to tako oharge
of branoh store in Chicago, Mllwaukls, Detroit, bt.
Louie, Memphis and Mew Orleans: also a few agent
In thla state. Apply aoon to J. H. FE8SKNDEN A
CO., m West Thlrd-treet, between Vine and Haoe.
tdeatH) 1
WANTED Clerk, book-keeperi, tales
men, bar-keeper, porters, eoopers, carpen
ter, mechanic, laborer and other, can And sana
tions at the Merchants' Clerks Bagistry Offloe, lag
Walnnt-atreet. del9aw HALM t CO.
WANTED M E N A largo number of
native, induatrlou men can And agreeable
and at the same time lucrative employment in the
sale of some new and popular Books and Map.
These works are written by the best historian, and
author known to the civlliied world; hence their
popularity. Come and examine for yourselves be
fore engaging In the sale of other publications. , .
, MACK B. BABN1TZ, Publlaher,
deStf . M West Fourth-street, Cincinnati. ,
BOARDING.
BOARDING Two gentlemen can obtain a
frontroom and first-class boarding in a aiet
home, at 162 Pluin-atreec. Also, a few dity-bourdera
wanted. deM)l
BOAEDINtr Two more gentlemen can
secure a pleasant furnished room, with good
board, by applying, (or two daya, at So. 107 Long-worth-etraet,
between film and Plum. . Tsrms mod,
erate. deaub
BOARDING A gentleman and lady, and
two or three aingle gentlemen can be accom
modated with pleaaant rooms and board at 2V3 Weat
Filth-street. , A few more day-boarders wanted.
FOB BENT,
RENT HOUSE A convenient and
X. comfortable three-atory brick dwelling, g. W.
corner of Plum and Perry-ttraet, painted and pa
pered, with 12 room, gas, olstern, aud all improve
ment. Beat low to a tirst class tenant Apply at
Mi Mycamore-street, or box 3ett poetotHce. ; deMa
170R RENT ROOMS A Qae furnished
front room on flmt floor, and three unfurnished
on second floor, to parties who are willing to buy
complete furniture for house-keeping, from $50 to
Sis. Apply at 110 Seventh-street, between Bare and
Kim. . , . v-deaia
IjIOR RENT A three-atory Brick House,
JL of eight room, newly papered and painted
with gaa-csrnsr of JCIglith and Baymiller-atreeta.'
nent i per year. Appiyai ao. ui neat uourt-
atreet, between Cutter and Linn.
FOR RENT HOUSE 51 Jaokion-ttieet,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth, a three-atory
brick house, with 8 rooms in good order. InQUlreat
Ho. Ill Kaat Pearl- Ireet. $20 per month. de2tb-
FOB SALE.
FOR SALE TO BLACKSMITHS 1S2
horae-sboe for sale low for eaah. Apply to H.
. WOODS, Covington, Uadiaon-atreet, . between
Fifth aud Sixth. de21bf
LOST.
f OST OR STOLEN DOG An ' English
bull pop, seven month old; had on a bra col
lar without lock; yellow spot over the right eye; eara
cut abort; otberwhe white. A liberal reward wilt be
given for bla return to No. West Biith-etreet, be
tween Main and Walnut , . r h de21t
r OST TWO COWS One about five 'years
m old, white, with red uack and abort tall; the
otbar red, with white epois, tour or nve years eld:
Have been lost four or Dvoweek. U reward will be
paid fjr their return, or Information left at Linn
anii;BaDk-itreeU. 'JeaibM WM. BOBHB.
, D. K CADY & CO.
HAVE FOR SALE A tA"RQE ASSORT
JiitiTof ; ','
Christinas Presents, "
At the Old EUud, corner of Fifth and Walnut-ate.
MOKS FOR THE HOLIDiVS
OR23AT
GrIFT'BOOK
ESTABLISHMENT i
LOCATED PERMANENTLY. ' '
No. 9 WEST FOUBT IT-STREET,
Next if Bmltb & Blxon's Hall.
OWING TO THE UNPARALLELED SUC
CESS we have met with for the last month, we
have leased the ,pa:lou and elegtat itoie. Ho. 28
West Fourth street, aad have made great addition
to our stock of Books and Jeaelry, and are'now pre
pared to offer gmiter Inducements than ever. We
hve a splendid Msoctment of Annual Album and
Oilt Book for Holiday presents, In rich and superb
binding, elegantly llluatratad. All Book! sold at
the loweal retail price,
A SPLENDID iQirT, ; ' r
Worth from fifty cent to $100, will be given wllh
every Book aold. " -
Presents to be Given Away, .
Patent Level Gold Watches', worth.... $100 each.
Ladles' (Mi Hunting Uasea, worth m.- W each.
Laille' Solid Gold Chain, worth...... 18 each.
Hilrer Walchoa. worth froai..M -.$15 to 35 each.
(Void Neok Ohalna, worth ......................... 12 each.
Gold Bracelets, worth. .....i .......... 1 eaoh.
Sota ol Jewelry, worth from.....-.., $10 to & ub.
Sols Solid Silver Teaipoous, worth.... , 10 eavo,
811k Ureases, worth 26 ruo.
AL80-A variety of useful and valuable' article
not enumerated above, worth from fifty oent to 40.
A. A. K.KL.I.KV. ...
Publisher and Gift Books.ll." , St Fourth,
p deWbr' ,.
THE PRESS.
WKDNE8DAY-
..DKCEIrlBBR at
CITY NEWS.
ExFLiviTOiT. The great preisnre upon our
advertising column must again exouie the
appearanoe or our paper thii morning. We
are eompelled to omit and curtail the greater
part of our matter.
MiTRoaoLoatCAL Oisievatioks For the
Aany Frtm, by Henry Ware, OptioUn, No. 7
Weet Fourth.atreet.Deoember 20.
O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer.
' A. U .29.2(1 28
P "'- -23 . 82
&For iplendid holiday oysters go to
Waggoner'i on Western-row, above Fifth.
Coal Oil Lamps. Meisri. Gray, Hemln
gray A Bro's., by their naual energy, are at
last able to plaoe before the publio deoided
Improvements on the Coal Oil Lamps. By
relerenoe to their advertisement It will be
seen they are "ahead of competition."
Holiday Bookb Applegate ft Co., 43
Main-street, invites the attention of those
designing Christmas present to their stoolc
of books, standard poets, fine bibles, portfolios
and albums, ia every style of binding.
Loosmo Olassu. Ac Great bargains In
looking glasses and pioture frame oan be
had at J. 0. Cowplaad's, No. 9 Fourth-street.
See advertisement.
Sopsb 0T8HR8. Our oltiseha should bear
in mind that Ptter Cavagna, No. 81 Weat
Fifth-street, is now receiving dally fresh and
delicious oysters, whloh, for size and quality,
defy competition. Remember this, and when
in want of oysters go to Cavagna'i.
i a
Christmas Hats. Any one 'desiring to
presents friend with an acceptable Christmas
token, oan not do better than go to Alley's,
No. 41 Broadway, and purchase one of his
elegant Christmas hats. They are finely fin
ished, of good material, and oan not fall to
please. "..-.i,
Fihs Jcwslb;. One of the richest and
rarest collections of jewelry in the oity is that
of Win. Wilson McQrew. Diamond, rubies
and corals are displayed to the eyes of the
looker on, who, half Incredulous of their
reality, wonders if he dreams or not. The
display is magnificent, and those who refer to
their advertisement will perceive that their
stock is large and varied.
Holiday Corfsotiuss. Persons desiring a
variety of confections for family use, or for
private parties during the holidays, will find
Niok. Morris, No. 264 Race-street, fully pre
pared with the best assortment In the oity.
Mr. Morris invariably renders satisfaction.
Holiday Rav-fls. There' is on exhibition
In Wlswell's window, on Fourth-street, a beau
tiful diminutive brig-of war whioh is de
signed to be raffled for on the evening of the
31st. Everything about it la In pefeot ship
shape, and she is commanded by a regular old
salt sea captain. Chances only fl.
M " " 1 aiwi-tgaial I a
Ohio AobiodltcbaL RrpuRT, 1858 Ssoond
SiRiiB. We are indebted to Mr. J. H. Klio
part, the capable and enthusisatis Secretary of
the Ohio State.Board of Agriculture, for a oopy
of the thirteenth annual Report, containing
matter of more than ordinary interest to this
important brauoh of home interest. One of
our oity representatives, Mr. Dobmeyer, alio
furnished the Pikut Puss with oopy of this
useful work.-'-'' ' '
AMUSEMENTS.
' Our regular notices of amusements are
crowueu out, ana w nave only space enough to aay
that thla evening sir. Murdoch will repeat Kulit
at tbe Opera-house; at Wood'a Theater Maggie
Mitchell appeara iu the Hiddxn Hand and Fuua
Sistiu; and at the National Mr. Farrea and her
daughter in several popular piece. The panorama
of Ilr Kane's Arolio Voyage is still at Smith
H lion' a, aud will be exhibited again to-night.,.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, December 20.
SENATE. Mr. Johnson, of Tenn., intro
duced the Homestead Bill, whioh was read twloe.
Mr. Pugh'a resolution, relative to Mew Mexico and
Utah, waa then taken up.
Mr. Pugh read an extract from th Dred Bcott de
cision, wuioh ha accidentally omlttd in yesterday's
speech. ,
Mr. Harlan" moved to amend the resolution by
adding that th Committee on Territories be alio
instructed to loqnire into the propriety of authoriz
ing the people of New Uexloo and Utah to elect all
their Territorial officer, executive, legislative and
judicial, In snob manner a th Legislature thereof
shall provide. - i ,
. Mr. Green, of Mo.maved to postpone the conald
eratien of the resolution, as the committee had not
yet organized, and he wished to apeak on the ques
tion, but was not ia good health to-day, ....
Mr. Hale liked the suggestion of Mr. Oreen, a It
(tave him oocaalon to throw out a few hints. When
goking back at the history ot this country down to
the present time, be found that no member of the
Senate had ever been elected Piesident. Be thought
that the reason of this wea owing to tbe Introduction
of such resolutions aud the making of filibustering
peeche. Gentlemen were drawn out to put their
foot in It before they knew where they were going.
If this waa understood be believed it would hare a
tendency to ahorten these debatea. Monday will be
time enough to reanmetheconaideratlon of the auu
jeot, and gentleman will have time for reflection In
the Interval. ,
Tbe motion was then agreed to. and the subject
postponed until Monday. The Senate then ad
journed. , ,
HOUSE Mr. Taylor, of La., stated that
hi colleague, Mr. Landrum, waa still confined to his
room. He oould not be brought here except at the
risk of hia health, and he asked aome gentleman on
the other aide to pair off with him.
Mr. Grow, of Penn., said they hadheard that appeal
every day. Waa It quite fair to aak a gentleman
present to pair off with him? Pairs were usually
made by Individuals themselves, and In cages where
both partlea had to be absent.
T Mr. Taylor replied that the question was one of
courtesy, and under the ciroumitancea he considered
that it was proper to make a pair. If bla appeal waa
not responded to he suggested to the gentlemen on
the Democratic side that they hare reconrce to those
methods familiar to all, which would have the effect
of preventing a voto,
Mr. Grow thought It wag a bad practice for one
side coming into tke House and asking tbe other to
offset the absentee of the other.
Mr. Clement, of V., said that he had a right to
know what policy th Hepublioan aide latended to
puraue, whether they Intended to lake advantage of
the absentees.
Mr. Grow knew of no nndentatidlng among hi
party on that point, and repeated what he before
said. '
Th conversation waa ended by aome gentleman
laying that when the proper time comes there would
be no diffloulty in flndiagapairfor Mr. Landrum.
..Mr. Hickman, of Penn., made an ineffectual appeal
to act on hia resolution, proposing the adoption of
the plurality rule.
Mr. Holman. of Ind., said the question-of slavery
had not yet Leon settled. Although there seemed tu
be an approximation to that end. different and con
flicting view are entertained on the subject; but he
was or the number who held that Congress has no
jurisdiction, under any elrcumstancea whatever, over
slavery in the Territories, because it la a doinaatic
Institution, the Ksnsaa-iVebraika act giving the peo
ple the right to control their domestic Inatltutiona in
their own way. The position of a portion of the
South waa that slavery by the Constitution goea into
the Territories, and wlten there it Is the duty of Con
grna to protect it by direct legislation. Hut thl ia
aa unsupported by the Constitution at th other doc
trine held by tbe Bepobllcau party, namely, that
Congress possesses the power to exolude slavery from
all our Territories.
Whenever gentlemen talk about dissolving th
Fnlon, they touch th great heart of tills nation.
There never could be a necessity for a dttcuselon of
the question in the absence of propriety afcd feasi
bility of uch a measure.
He presented the view of Plnkney, of South Car
olina, Patrick Henry, Jackson, and other agalnat
tbe assumed right of a State to aeoed from the
Union; which belag the aot of thewhole people otuld
not be dlamembereu except by their explicjt act. He
looked upon thla dottriue of ssoeaalo a an assertion
higher than the law doctrine, ahes extreme views
came from the extreme North and South, while the
central portions of this oo on try. were conserva
tive. ' , A "
Indiana was on of the most conservative State of
th Union, ail shown In all her past history, and
he would never ooneent that tbe Ohio Hlver, which
washes her southern border, aboald be the boundary
line between two confedertcle. . He closed wllh a
glowing enlogluni on the Union. ... t
Mr. John Ooohrane, of M. J ., next addressed th
House, t .
He denied that the Union meetings wen of no ac
count as ha been asserted; they prepare th publio
mina ror action, lie aeciarau mat me union waa in
no danger, but strongly censured tbe Inflammatory
course of the Abolition!! and Republicans In en.
aeavoring to Dringaoout aucnanevent. ue asserted
that th Union waa In no daugeraa long as the 1
mocraeyef th Uortbitend nrmon tb prlntlplea of
tbe Oonatirutlon. ' ' ' -
Whatever tbe leering or th Bouts,' th North
will prelect and support it in vrr right.' Ho
oriel oan approach that will paratlxa the arm of the
Lemocracr. They will stand, and alwaya have stood
firm by their fellow Democrat all over the fnlon.
After apallofth House tbe fourteenth ballot was
" "oie uumuer oi vote xa). mseeeaary to a
111.1. h,nn '"i Mlernan4 glj fioteiar 39;
HftnthTllot. Whole number of vote M.
Necessary to a choice lis. Sherman llOuBotaler Bi
McOlemand 29; Barkadale If, Scattering 24.
Sixteenth ballot. Whole number of vote 223.
Necessary to a choice 11a. Sherman lotl; Boteler bit
McClarnand 28, Bemalndar scattering. Adjourned.
Meeting of Southern Medical Students.
FBtLAnsi.raiA, December 20. At a meet
lug of Southern medical student to-day It was re
solved to aeoed e In a body from the schools In this
city and go to Southern College Thar waa a large
attendance. Jefferson Oollege will lose two hundred
and the Pennsylvania University one hundred. They
will proceed in a body to-morrow night in a special
train from the Baltimore depot. The proceeding
were conducted throughout with great decorum and
propriety, and there waa no exhibition of violent
feeling. A number will go to th Blcbmond Med
ical Oollege.
Bkcosd Dispatch. This morning the Southern
students, who are attending lectures at th Medical
Oollege in this city, held a meeting at the Assembly
Buildings to take into consideration a proposition to
secede in a body from their schools and so to Col
lege In Southern cities. It appeara that the officer
of som of the Southern Medioal College have made
overturn to tbe atud.au attending the College here
for the purpose of inducing, them to desert their
ecuoolaand proceed to the institutions In the South
A list of those who had determined on leaving the
Colleges, in thia oity to aatrouize the Southern insti
tutions, waa read, It contained aome three or four
hundred names, snd a large number were added.
Sr. Magulre made amotion that they leave In a
body to-morrow night at ten o'clock in a apecial
train from the Baltimore depot, which was agreed to.
The New York Union Meeting.
Ksw York, Deoembsr 20. At the Union
meeting, last night, Mr. J. W. Savage nominated
Lieut. General Scott for Incident, and Gen. Sam
Houston, Vice-President. At each of the outside
meetings tbe nominations were carried amid the
plaudits of the multitude.
Tbe resolutions read a follows :
Therefor be It resolved, that the Union thus
farmed, constituting as it doea, the clearest, moat
delicate and Important relation that can exist
between communities of people, demand from eaoh
part a warm and earnest consideration for the safety,
prosperity and happiness of the other, and whatever
policy tends to subvert this end la hortile to the true
apirlt of the compact.
iteeolvitd, That th Constitution, th treaties, th
lawaof the United Statue, and the judicial decision
thereupon, recognize the Institution of slavery aa
legally exiatlng, and that It ia our duty aa good citi
zens of a common government In good faith to stand
by that Constitution, those trestles, those law, and
the decision of that final arbiter or all disputed
points, the Supreme Court of the United States.
Hesolved, That Inasmuch a the prooeedlngaof the
Oonveutlon which framed the Constitution ware
brought to a ataud.aa appeara br th declaration of
ltoger Sharmau.oneof its most distinguished author,
until a compromise wa .agreed to on the varlou
propositions relating to domestic slavery, which com.
premise embreced a restriction on the power to pre.
veot the importation of slave prior to law, a provis
ion, binding on each State and upon the Union, to
surrender fugitive from aervlce, a representation In
Uongres founded In partf three tifths of a alave
population aud other guarantee for tb protection of
lave property; that we protest agalnat aud denounce
as contrary to the plighted f.itu on which the Oon
ttltution wa established, all acta orinllaaimatory
appeal which tend to make the Union leas perfect, to
jeopardise and diatnrb it domeatte harmony, cim-
firomlse and concession upon which the Union was
ormed by our lorefathers; that we regard the recent
outrage at Harper's Ferry as a crime, not only
against the State of Virislnfa, but against the Union
itself, and we approve the the flrmnea by which th
treason has been duly punished; that In our opinion
the subject of slavery haa been too long mingled with
party politic, and the remit haa been the oreation
of sectional parties, contrary to the advice, letter and
plrit of tbe farewell addrea of the father of our
couutry; that, therefore, It la th duty or farmers,
planter, manufacturers, merchants, mechanics, of
every citizen, North, South, JCsst and Weat to die
countenance all parties and organizations that thus
violate the apirlt of the Constitution and the advice
of Washington.
Washington Items.
Washington, December 20 The Paoifio
Ballroad BUI, which Senator Owln Intends introdu
cing at the earlieat opportunity in the Senate, is
reported from the select committee, and the amend
ments made thereto by the Senate, pasted previous
to the olose of the last eason. '
The pairing off by some of the members of the
House account! for the reduction in tbe aggregate,
but doea not alter the relative vote for Speaker. Oo
the first two trials to-day, Mr. Sherman lacked four
of an election.
On the last ballot, however, only three votea won
necessary to produce that result. Thia was vecs
tioned by the absence of Mr. Ileynolds, of M. Y.
The thirty-eight votes for Mr. Boteler were cast by
nineteen of hia own South American friends with
George Brlggs, and eighteen Southern Democrats.
sir. Mourernand's twenty-eight votea Included all
the liliuois Demoorats and some from the South and
elsewhere. No other Democrat received more than
seven vote. Messn, adrain, Horace F. Clark and
Biggs voted for John Q. Davis, of Ind., and Mr.Davla
voted for Mr. Ulark. .
The Democratic Senators were again In caueue to
day on tbe aubject of Publio Printer, and, as yester
day, adjourned without making a nomination.
The proposition from Major Hartley, wbo h well
known in connection with the manufacture of Are
arma at Bichmoud, and which ha been recom
mended to the Legislature by Gov. Wise, moot with
the approval of the citizen of Virginia, thejenter
pries to be under the auspice of a company with a
million dollar capital. ...
Ratification of the Juarez Treaty.
Nkw Orliars, December SO. The TJ. S.
teamer Brooklyn arrived here to-day, bringing
Minister McLane'a Secretary of Legation,, bearing
the ratified treaty with the Juarez Government.
. The treaty which waa ratified on th 14th Inst
froride for the perpetual right of way serosa the
sthmus of Tehuantepec from tb Bio Grande to Ma
gellan, and from Gnymaa to Arizona, with ware
houses at the termini of each traneit.
All goo da between th Atlantio and Pacific State
pas free of duty; goods shipped from transit war
aonsesduty free; our troops, military stores and mo
nition paaa over th Isthmus or Tehuantepec and
through Sonorathe aaniea Mexicana, theneutrallty
of the transits guaranteed by both governments; the
United Bute with or without the ooneent of Mexico,
Eoaaesses the right to protect the transit and property
y force; perfect religious freedom guaranteed aud
no forced Ioane ou our cltisena,
A supplemental convention permits the Interven
tion of the United State to protect our cltioen and
enforce the treaty ttlpulallona.
In compensation fori the rsleaaeof duties and the
Jasaing transita, the United State paysTS4,ooo,00O,
2,W,0iX of which is reserved for the payment oi
claims held by our eltisen against Mexico.
.The above la reliable.
Distressing Accident—Seven Women
Burned to Death.
'' Hartford, December JO. The Fuss Fac
tory of Joseph Foy, at Snnbury, took Are at about
seven o'clock thla morning, and was entirely de
stroyed, 1 he lire caught in the lower part of the
building while tbe employees were at work in the
upper story, and the flames spread with such rapidity
as to cut off all chance of escape, consequently seven
female were burnt to death, and two others, together
with a boy, ion of the owner, so badly injured that it
ia believed they cannot survive
The names of the dead, as far aa ascertained , are,
Catherine Brlssey, ot New York State, Mary Jan
Baeon, of Snnbury, Hannah and Harriet Head, lis
ters, two other females whose names are not ascer
tained, and a married woman named Sampson.
Physicians from this city are in attendance upon
the injured. The origin of the fire Is unknown and
the loss ts not reported. ..(..,. .v. .. . ..
Additional Foreign News.
Nsw Yoik, December 20. Ths Arrival of
the City of Washington front Cork, on thegth inat,'
furnishes the following latest telegraphic dispatches.
London, December 8. Tbe Government of Franoe
la opposed to the appointment of Count Cavour aa rep
resentative of Piedmont to the Congress.
A dispatch from Berlin says that the rrenoh and
English Governments were consulting on an arrange
ment of the Italian quostlon, which will not prob
ably aatisfy Austria. No serious obstaole will
be encountered from Berlin or St.' Petersburg.
Count De Kochburg will represent Austria at the
opening of the Congress, but will be r placed after
ward liy another plenipotentiary.
The Tuscan Monlteur says that the Central Italians
are better armed now than at the end of the war and
will persevere In defending aetrong Italian Ki agdom.
M.DeSanbrosa has been appointed Piedmonts
Ambassador to France. Th editor and prluter of
ths Ami de Usllglon haa been sentmoed for publish
lining en apocryphal lettor of the King of Sardinia.
Falling of a Building.
York, Deoembsr 20. . building
Nos. M aud M Broad-atreet, occupied by Messrs.
Kent A Lawber, grocers, and heavily loaded with
flour, 4c, fell this eveulng with a terrible craah.
There had been a alight fire In th building, which
was promptly extlngoished, but th Bremen and po-r
lie bad hardly time to emerge from the building
wnentn wan leu.
Four or five person war burled In the; rain, A
fireman named Stewartwajs ahockl Al mangled, and
is beyond recover.! kiXJ" to i. v7 .
A laboring man, nam unknown, was dreadfully
Injured, and other wtrg taken out badly wounded.
Th firemen are engaged semovipg th ruins, In
search Rir other Victims. , , y. , , i,;t),t ''
Suicide.
Madison, Deoembof 20.' Charles B. Hubbi
oommittedsulcidelast night by taking laudanum. Me
left a letter in which healated that lit had become a
burden, ... .'
Arrival of Steamers.
, Nsw Voir, DeMmber ;20.-fThe ,0ity 0f
Waahlngfou from Cork on tbe 9th Inat.. ths United
Kingdom from Glasgow on the 30th; ., and the
Y irk i own from Havana on the IStb Inst., arrived
here this morning. i , if ' -m. i
1
River News.
: BT- Loun. December 30,' M. The rivef
ha risen on Inch atnee laat night and It now sta
tionary. Th leal running nior freelyt and fears
are entertained that navigation will b impended
within the next two day. Wea ther very cold) (now
fell lut night, t' - .
St, Loui. DaoMSber to. P. M. Rlvsr riling
lowly. Thole is running heavily. Weather cold;
mercury a. No change in the upper rivers. ., ,
Lomsnif.. December SO. P. If. TttvinV riling
slowly, with sight test nine inch in the Canal, and
tig feet nistnohseath rails. u .
LAW REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
Judge Hoadley lustaintd a demurrer in the
case ofHartllng and other agalnat Th United
Protestant S.G. Church. .. .
MoOah v. Jacob; Tried before Judge Spencer,
rnd heretofore reported. Verdict for piaiuliff for
300. .
Baptist Igelman, by next friend , n. Casper
Schulthela. Tried before Judge storer to recover
damage for an Injury resulting from tbe bit of a
dog. The plaintiff 1 a boy twelve year of as. H
"'. Bd J"t oome out of Reenard'e Garden,
when the dogebaaed him, and bit him in the calf of
th leg-severely lacerating the flesh, and occasion
ing lameo.ee for a time.
COMMON PLEAS.
Oasi or Jambs Burrs. Argument were
made before Judge Mallon, by P. McOroarty and O.
1 IlAnn.ll In -. . . ... . ( . . r ...
- ytm"" 'u.'iwwi . vi iu. iuuiiuu ior a new inai
In thia case, lh principal grounds are, ther was s
raise return to the veulie, snd that the verdict wa
agMnst the evidence.
Boom No. l.-lllua Wltshornev. Barney Wits
home. Judge Mallon heard th 1 case, and allowed a
decree of divorce on tbe ground of gross neglect ef
Crentz for petitioner.
Buth A. Cornelius v. James Cornelius. Th par
ties were married in 1847, and separated about two
years ago, A divorce wa granted on the ground of
adultery. Alimony waa allowed 1b the sum of 100a
year; and petitioner wa restored to property the had
before marriage.
Smith A Gilbert vs. Isaac Bates. Aa action on
pills or exchange. Several suits are pending agaleat
.'."m? defendant, In which most of the questions
'J a.W.d, he "wueof the above. The names of the
plaintiffs in the other suits are th Lafayette Bank
ing Co., A. Burt and J. U. ltawo A Oo. A defense
of usury ia aet up, and th defendant was an accom
modation party.
K. M Oorwlne appear for the defendant. The
plaintiff are represented by Messrs. Ball and Todd
and Judge Caldwell. ,
wBJL"i"il MjrThe8tat - A. Shier, tried
before Judge Collin for larceny of money. The jury
were unable to agree and were discharged.
PROBATE COURT.
Lincoln v s. Gardner. Before Judge Hilton.
Order madadistrlbutlng moneV in Coort in payment
of judgment and coats. Defendant ncepted and
tiled an undertaking Iu error.
D. T. Hummel 1 ve. D. T. Hoke. Proceeding in aid
of execution. Order made for examination of de
fendant and other partis..
COVINGTON NEWS.
Circuit Court. The Court was occupied the
whole ofyeaterday In disposing of th criminal
docket. The following case were tried: J. P. Mc
Laughlin, misdemeanor, fined $100 and costs. Capias
Bro fine Issued; Terry O'Brien, for keeping. a tippling
ouse, lined S60. Capias pro fins Issued. Jessie Mae
aie, for caning counterfeit money. Court adjourned
(pending the trial, which will be concluded to-day. .
Indictments. The Grand Jury found Indictments
agalnat th. following persons: Ed. Sullivan, for atab
bing with Intent to kill, four indictments; Pat. Don
olius, burglary; Wm. Taylor, subbing with Intent to
kill; George Wollemtein, burglary; W. P. Dwelley,
borglari: Daniel Sullivan, misdemeanor. The Grand
Jury will oontinue in aeaaion several days longer.
Liottjrs at Oon Jsliows' HALtr-Profsssor
M. Sayler delivered the first lecture of the season last
nl,hA SJd ,,eJ1?! Hall oa th subjeot of "Beauty
and the Beautiful." The attendance waa large, but
the expeotatlont of the andlence; were far from
being realizod. The lecture was exceedingly
common place, and far blow the standard at which
lecturers ought to aim, . , . , . ..
Polios Coort. But ons esse, and that
only for disorderly oouduct, was tried by ths Mayor
yesterday. .mmmmmKllmJml' v. V,
NEWPORT NEWS.
Polios Mattrrs. Philip Snyder, for selling
ardent spirit on Sunday, was flnsd A and costs.
Two boy, for throwing snow ball at some persons
returnipg from church, were fluyd i each.
Abbital pr Guss.-s-Tiro brats oarinorl, de
algned for th new military company Just established
iu thia city, arrived from Frankfort yesterday.
RIVER NEWS.
The river cams to a stand here yesterday
morning, and last evening was slowly declining op
posite tola oity - Our latest accoun la from above re
port the Ohio rising at Wheeling and Parkersburg,
but the swell will soon be checked, probably, at tbe
presentcold spell has doubtless extended aa far as
tbose points.
At the Lending not much, activity was observable
yesterday; freight for th upper ports continuing
light, and those for ths South having fallen off
During the greater part of th day th Levee was in
uch a disagreeable condition as to Interfere with
shipments.
The snow that began falling on Monday night con
tinued until daylight, aud was rapidly running off
when the wind at noon veered to tbe North, ana the
thermometer went down a number of degrees. Last
night was very oold and every thing wore a decidedly
wintry appearance. . , . .
. The rates of frlegut are not changed, but remain aa
before.
STEAMBOAT REGISTER.
" A RUIVAIJI. Melrose, Marevtlle: Prioress, Madison;
Boatona, Portsmouth; Telegraph, Louisville; Bos
ton, Big Sandy; Iowa, New Orleans: Frees tone, Pitta
burg; Defender, do,: Dunleith and Virginia Home,
Neville; Lebanon, Naih villa. '
Dkpabtusss. Melrose, Maynville; Prion, Mad
ison; Boatona, Portsmouth; Telegraph, Loutaviil,
Liberty, Wheeling; Freestone, Nashville; Kate May,
do.; Ida May, Pittsburg; Empire City, do.; J. 0.
Fremont, New Orleans; Boston, Big Sandy; Dun
leith and Virginia Home, Neville.
Monetary and Commercial.
Eastern Exchange was firmer yesterday than
on Monday, and dealers were more dealroua of buying
at H premium; the lllog price being uniform at M.
The demand la not very large, but it la fully equal to
th aupply.
The failure of the mails and expresses yesterday,
owing to the cold and anew ou the varlou railroadt
leading out of the oity, aomewbat disarranged regu
lar finanolal operations In Third street, but there
was no particular change in Money matters. The
market continued very olose, and interest-figures so
varied, as they havo since the opening of the Pork
season, that it is difficult to give quotations.
Business waa quite active, and would have been
more ao but for the scarcity of Currency.
Op to Monday evening laat 234.080 Hoga had been
slaugn tared about the Louisville falls, where the
season 1 about closed. (
The Imports and Exports of various articles du
ring the twenty-four hours sndlng yesterday noon,
.-were: . ' ' - . "-"i h 1 - y-
. lurosTS. Flour, JL32S brl.: Whisky, 1,032 brls.:
arn,4,3fl bushels; Wheat, 4,602 bushels; 0ats,M7j
buahels; Barley, 2,017 bushels; Hose, 2,712 bead; Pork
and I aeon, 211,799 lbs; Sugar, hhds.; Molasses, 441,
b rls.; Coffee, 812 bags; Apple, 14 brls.) Butter 6 Ueg,;
Potato, 48 brl. ' 1 ' .i .
HxOBT.-Flour 1,120 brlA Whlaky, 1,99 trie..
ork and Bacon, 204 hhds.; M tierce; 20 hexes:
4M brls.; 8 igar.lOS hhds.; Molase,171 brla.; Coffee,
m kaa; i poles, 184 brls ; Bntter 439 kegs; Cheese.
MSI boxes; Potatoes, 260 brls.; I sit, 290 brls.
Monday's JJew York Tlmts observes concerning
Saturday lass:' ' " ' ..
Th market for Money ha undergone very little
alteration, the supply placed at call being quite free
at per cent, to the Stock Brokers, while there is
good employment for Money at 7 per oent. In dis
counts. The Foreign Exchange market was very
active for the Boston ateamer on Wednesday last, the
reduced rate on Loudon to 100)4, aud on Paris to f.
.174(8f..le)i by the leading Bankers, attracting
large demand from the Import trade. For the Havre
ateamer on Saturday, there waalea business, with
ont change In rate. . ..
Flour waa dull and heavy yesterday, and Whlaky
without change. Wheatand Oata were inactive, and
other kinds. of Grain ware unchanged. 1 Provision
were excited snd buoyant up to 'Change hour; the
buoyance waa moderated in the afternoon and offer
logs were more freely made at an advance.
Holder were greatly exulted yesterday morning on
account of light receipts, and an advance of 2ojpr
utnt. wa established. On 'Change, however, holders
became more subdued, 1,00 head telling during th
day. -
, Tbe Bank Btatementfor the week ending Satur
day, the 17th Inat., ahowa:
Increase of Loaus.M.............,.....,,.,.9rj,oo(i
Inoreaa of Speol..., ,..,-.,.,..i., 670.000
Iaareas of Depoalta.........,.,.,,,, 715,000
,.rr yiiyuissvuu. teii ettst 84,000
CINCINNATI MARKET—DECEMBER 20.
FLODB The market is dull and heavy, and price
drooping. The demand ialoeal and confined to the
waota of the city dealeia. . Superfine muat be quoted
atjk 20(85 ad extra at Id 40&JICI ( ' ; T
WHISKT-No cbangsio the market! salea f 1 ,100
barrels at N.So.
HOGS The long expectrcl light receipt came to
paaa, to-day, and In the forenoon holder became
greatly excited, and seemed careful abont naming a
price, lest they might be "picked up." An arivanoe
of roily 2o. per cental waa established, but when all
parties met on 'Change, and aa aoon as It waa found
that buyer were not a excited as sellers, there waa
svldent disappointment and ths feelings of c wo era
became mora aubdued, and the mark-it closed tarn.
Th aalefl were:
280 head averaging iro IBs.' at .....L....... Be Oh
800 head averaging 190 lbs. at.,..........-......,. 20
sno head averaging 200 lbs, t,..M,...uk.,...., mi
too head averaging 230 lbs. at.................. to
ISO head dividing on 200 lbs. at.....,........ lode if,
1M bead averaging 17 lbs. at........, a
27S head averaging 1M lbs. t.......M...., 28
Th reoei pts were about 2,700 only. At t he oloes there
was a disposition, oa the part of buyers, to hold off,
and the market oloied tame. ,
PKOVIBIONS The market for the Hog product
ruled pretty sauch Ukaltiak for Hogs; iu the morn.
Ingaudupto'Chauge hour, ther was quite an ex
cited and buoyant feeling, and holders generally
withdrew their sweka from tk market or asked
price equlvolent to It, but buyer not ocmlng for
ward, on 'Chang, th buoyancy ceased to a great
extent, and the varlooe article! were offers! at an
advance with more freedom; SIAOie 2 were offered
for Me Pork, the latter raw for established brands'
aalea of 300 barrels country at I6 25, but holders
asked 116 2nglt 60. Bulk Meat was held at S and so.
on the spot, packed, and 6k and SXo. for February
delivery, but we heard of no aalea; buyers at lint
seemed d la posed to pay tteae rat, but at the close
ther. wa a disposition to hold off, to await further
development. 100 tleroet Lard, sold at ko, and a
mall lot at lOXe , this lavtltr being th rata asked Iu
the morning, but s flair amount waa offend at I0c.
at Ihecloae; buyer did Dot seem willing to pay ovor
0o. Oreen Meat advanced, with sales of (LOOQ pleras
St tvatMo. lor Shoulders: 7o. for Hides, and rVA7J.
for Uama. In many eastst Bams wer held at sc.
New Bacon was effersd at 7K and Hc, to be deliv
ered next week.
OBOCEBIE8- Sugar Arm, and Id good demand;
ale, of 200 hhds. at X9c. Molaases Una, with
saiesoi .wDarrela at 47o., part at tbe lauding. Coffee
uncnangeu.
WHRAT-The market eontlnae dull, but priors
S"1 aslfsoftoo bush, prim red attl 19.
."V ; It firm, with , good demand
OAT8-Th market la dollAsd pries r without
change: W qu te them at iiAc: tale of 6UI
BMfeels at So.i 200 do. at 52c t 77 -
BIB There ia an active demand, and price have
again advanced Sc. per bushel: aalas of M) busbsl st
5ASi,TjrTh? ,",rkrt Is doll, and prices lower.
We inoteprime fall at 73c., and fair to good s.va68o.:
CHBKSB There la an active demand, and srioes
ni at K. notn!. aaUia of lot) boxea ship
S?,TT?H?,I, T flrm, with a ood demand at
Berre 0h'0' m- for w
A? K?S?z'Iht market hi firm, with s good demand
JUiQlll" " to ebolce. .
POTATOES There Is a good demand, and prices
arm at our laat quotation.
CLOVJCB SKKD-Th market continue dull, but
r steady at4 74: sale of 65 sacks at t4 7(4 101
CljANBKBBlK8-Tberels a faljr demand at m
14 per barrel, for fair to choice, fufi barrel,
IBI MAGNITIO TILBGBAPH.l
ta??if.TS,i MA,1,t Deoember JO-P. M.-Flour
iSl i.V"' ,r.lcArl hout material change: tales
2L? S0,"".1 5 for "perfln State; & I2X
,ntB,tst4i 964 10 for mperflnsest:
" j'eT.?0,'0? ymmon to medium extra do.,
and i 70 for Inferior to rood .hlnnJn. h,.nH.
extra rohnd.linnn nhlrti,.i. - .. .
d!a!.r.L?r !" let and unchanged: aalea of 200 brla'
Oana-
t r'. ; wmmon so cooice extra. By
Flour taTu fair request at 3 eoth)4 40. Wheat 1 doll
?i,uS,,1!.d:v,l!, on,'.00 ba"beUl of " Sonthern
at f 1 2oai SO. Last evening 6,000 bushels of Bacin
wa taken for nsort at II 20, delivered alongside
veal, which is considered an outside price. Br Is
steady: sales of J,O0p busksls atuo.anoat. Barle,
3SVtt7.l6c- 0orn t dull and heavy: salea of
9.0) brtsbeUvat 9294o. for new yellow, and 90 for
old yllowri)at an dull. et4647o. for Stu.. Welt
hH. "J S!",?1"- yfJT iTflrmer: iTleV of M0
l "j i f!!i"-' n.ow hM nnn,r at 28c. Pork U a
shade firmer: sales of 1.250 brli., at fit for miss;
111 37 for prime; lSlt for prime meal, arid $17 for
new meat- noluding 600 barfels prime at III 60, for
'"J"1.811? ?"' 0Btl- B' Is dull and
unchanged: aale of 200 barrel, at 44 60 for
?rJ,rtm,i 5sw fS repacked .n.t
SitSSL" L?un mM? Brewed Hog. M.',ulet
ateKa7c Beef Ham oulet and pretty Arm. Prime
mesa Beef Is nominal at 1720. Out Meats an
steady: asleeof 126 package 0" pickled. atSSaiOo
for Ham. Bacon 1 steady: sales of 200 boxes West
ern Cumberland Middles at s5c7 Lard is rZre
fl! f ' 1?llc- f a,'r -dnl end e?TyTa? 11
lie. for OliTo, and 1&23o for State. Obee la 1"
&'ir;?.,f,1,t,9".-. Ooi,on oull! les of .Wt
S! S!'n,ill0,?r nilddl ng Uplands; Including s,Mn
Pr,"" In transit, at He., with K89-ld
freight. Tobacco firm: Kentucky at 6l4o. Wool
Bte farm 8,1 flrln! Wrlen ?
Flour fr'slghts to Liverpool 2. 3d.; Grain do. 6. (d.
-f ' f , .'
PutLAncLrma Maxikt, December 20 M.-flonr
oulet: sales of 1,000 barrels good brands at Vt St
i, nfuwui en . 1 .
r.r : iuw bit, rxirm um ii ai
rrsJTr 1 "L? ""aV wriest rather csro
?uiJ!Ii ..u.tar"m,I,?!.,,,J '00 hnsh.1 new
jeUowst 2o. for dry lots afloat, and lorfiwOHo. at
tbfi' "W' ' (Mke. for fcSthrn,
sud 46e. for Pennsylvania. WbUky unchanged.
1-? ff'!25J Mi"?,!T' eeem-eran.-Flour declln
slow of sale, but price are unaltered: white at tl 2
!.40, lJSrS!.tedjr! of wllU at 7376o., and
i THE PALMER
PUMP COMPANY;
CORNER OP MIAMI CANAL AND
THIBD-STBEKT, Cincinnati, Ohio, are manu
facturing largely. Palmer's celebrated Hydraulic,
Force and Lift Pump. Also, hie Portable Steam
SWiFSS, -AU in"" who re abont to purchase
PtTiriP! for Tanaerle, Breweries, Dtstll
lerles, Dry Dock. Paper mills, liallroarf
nations, Mine, Vlrerliing Purpose, or, iu
i'iior. rpurposs where a pump la needed, will
Snd it to their advantage to call and see th work
l,n,?lJ1.ne!!l.Tlu8ble inventions, or address the
PAnIrMB?vPXMP OOMPAHT for'a clroular, which
will furnish th name of many wbo have need theae
Pumps with perfect aallfacilou. de21dm
DIARIES FOR 1860
BRADLEY & VEBB,
STATIONERS, '
147 Main-street
Invite the Atteiitlon of Purebtsers to
their Assortment of .
POCKET.DIARIES
., FOU.' ' lOGO, ' f . .
' . ' t ' . . . , . ., . f.' j u , . I'.
Which they believe Is the largest and
Cheapest In the City. ;! .; ,
i ' . ' ld16ceod' '- ' " '
Games for Ctiildreiii!
Mil-'- :...:(
a vbry superior assortment of
New and Elegant, Mylc
Grerman Games.
I IfortalsbT '., ,., .
BRADLEY & WEDD,
...... ..(. i ... ,
del6eeod',- ill MAITiTKBKV '.i
CHESS MEN AND CHESS BOARDS.
I : . I . , ) i i '
i . - !'! .. ,;' mi .1 M. ( j(,
i ! AN UNEQ0ALED ASSORTMENT.-.
' ".. ..i . . i.
roraal by ." 1 ..!:
? BRADLEY & WEBB. "
dicod '...J-'V'iif ibuiNjiucT;' '
"I ! '-!l ;;H
WRITING DESKS.
,11 : ( n t '.!') ''
A VERT LAEQE ASSORTMENT 01
Roawood,' Mahogany and
, , Papier Macho
WRITING DESKS!
lertslehy '; " ; :;
BRADLEY & VEBD
ft
delOceod
U7 BIAIN-STREBT.
NEW FRUITS !-- ATER BAISISS, IN
boxes, half-boxes and quarter-boxes, 8esdla
Baiaina, New Candied Citron, New Currant, and
every thing slie for maklna your mince-meat, pud
ding, Ao. JOHB TKRQTJ80N, QrocerT
dels ' Oornar Ninth and VlBe-trest.'
, . Pure SpernvOU
PURE 6PERM OIL, PREPARED EX
PBI88LI for Sewing Machine sad ether
tine Bfaehlnery. Ooastantly on hand.
, EDWARD 80ANLAN & OO., Drnggisv,''1
d2to N. E. cor. fourth and Main-afreets.
Pure Deodorized Coal-Oilp
PURE COAL-OIL, FROM THB BEST
Mannfaotnrers, constantly on hand. -'
EDWABD SCAN LAN A CO., DrnfglstS."' '
de2uo N. E. corner of Fourth aad Siain-ets. "
o
T8TKR3I OYSTERS II OTSTERaUO
Put up especially for th holiday, kyar
u lei
.0
AUCTION SALES "
. ' V
AUCTION 8ALEU-BT 8. oThITB.
BABD,MTrad8ala.rooai,lo.2t WewtFlfihJ
ire,tl.(" ttaira-Asslsaee' bale-Cathollo aud
S!i,Sl!5!SS.??k, nl1 Pictures at Auction -On
l-BIDAT BVWIINQ, December K, at To'clock, will,,
beoMlbyoa4osue,thramainiFg toclt Intrad "
of J. i. Kestius, Boohaeller aud Stationer, comert-. 'it
(ng variety or tjtandrd, Catholic, Oaesioal, 11.
tnrteal, Hedlral, Scientific and Mhwellaneoua Books,
Kngravlngs, Picture Frsmen, Ao.
N. u. catalogue w. tit i publlahed, and tlii
Books will be open
log. Term cash.
' d21e '
rorriMHlitlon on Vriday morn.
.ntOUACLBALPBK.
Aaaiguee.
6. O I! IIBARD, Auctioneer.
AUCTION MALE BY JACOB GRAFF
A CO.-rinoy Goods, Baskets, Ac. Will be
old onTUUKSDAT BlO&NlNG.DeoeraherW.afv
0 clock, at No. 18 Kaat Fourth-street, an Invoioe con
sisting of Pomade, Toilet Water, Extracts, Hair
Bruihes, Hat.tjhavlug and Clothe ditto, Tooth ditto.
Work Boxes, Ohes Boxes, Ctbas, Morocco Baas,
Portfolios, Pocket Books, Porte-monaaies, Satchels,
accordeout, Irish linen, Ladies' Colls, Skirts, In
fant Bo be, Bands, Saucy Work, and an assortment
of Baskets, Ao. ,
Am JA0OB OKAY', Auctloaeer.
UCTIOW SALE. BT JACOB 0RAFF
A CO. OU Paintings aud Taney Ooods.-To
close conaignmeat.-On TBUBSDAT KVKNINu,
December xi.at 7 o clock, at Ko. 18 Bast Fonrth
street, will be sold without rsMrve, Oil Paintings, .
Brontes, Glaa Ware, and a variety of fancy Goods
to clow consignment.
N B.-No postponement oa account of weather.
The eale must positively take place.
deW J A0OB QBArr, Asctlonaer.
AUCTION SALE BY H. B. MILES,
Balm-rooms No. S3 Maln-treet. Poeltive and
Closing Sal of Groceries. Boots and Bhoas at Auo-tion.-n
THURSDAY MOBMNG, December 22, at
o'clock, ! will sell, without nervs, matt Java
Orffee. It boxes Pearl Btarch, l(u do. Common Heap,
K half-chests Teas, 75 boxe Virginia and Kentucky
Tobaooo, 1(a) brl. Smoking Tobacco. 70 do. Cider
Vinegar, 2UU boxes Ground gpice; Cast II Soap,
Fancy Bora, Indigo, Nutmeg. Uround Ginger, Ae.
AL80-74ose .Men's and Boys' Kip Boole and
Brogans. ...... t
. ALSOAII ths Fixture of a Store. conslMlDg of
htrge Platform Boalee, Desks, Stoves, bhelviug.
Trucks, Ao. dc21
AUCTION . 8ALEU By KELLOGG Jc
WILMAMg-SaU-rooms Maud 24 East Thlrd
".'r'fl18. (Wdneday MOBN1NO Deoeniber
21, at fo'olock.a general stock of Diy and laucy
floods. Clothing, Boots, Bio, Watches, Ao.
At 10 o'clock-The entire Furniture of the School
room of Abram Hallu, consisting of 40 double and
single Writing Desks, 6l Choirs, Bureau, Stoves, MO
volumes of Books, Black-board, floe tlaps, Charts,
Galvanie Battery, Rlectrie Macbino, and a varloiy.
ALSO New aud aecoud-band Furniture,' Car.
petSjAo. deiil
I UCTION SALE BY KELLOOG .k
f. WILLIAMB-Sales-reoms Nos. 22 aud 21 Sum
Third-street. Large Pawn-broker's sale, and the
last of the season. On.THUBSDAY MOUNINU, Do
cember22, at bair-paat nine o'clock-, a large atock of
Uuredeemed Pledgee, of Gentlemen and Lad ice'
Wearing Apparel of all kinds, and aeasunable; Gold
and silver Watches. Chains. Lnokata anil h
try : Guns, Platola, Ac.
ALSO On Acroruatlc Telescope, of seven feet
,yu, twHwumw, musical ineiruments, ana a va
riety of other Goods. . v
neai ' A. &EL LOGO. Auctioneer
t UCTION 8ALEr-BTS. 6,. ni;6
RARIl .IT.l.g.U ., i . nr... c :r.
y,,t.r, Assignee's Sate continued. Holidsv iiu.t
SJS!'-SS?nJ! 1)00ll' Auction. On WBDNK8DAT
EVEMNa, December 21, at seven o'clock, will U.
sold by Catalogue, a large and splendid collection of
Buaaard works in Poetry, Literature and Science,
rtV lit trail Iw IllnatMtal anJ l,.lllaL.J , . C
---J atauetinvrnt null JO.UI LPDI I laintrU IU IlT SD1
tlegant binding, aului fur Piwaentalion Books.
earl n s va.l.l a. ..Im..1.I. m i - t ..
',U?..T ."bw'iihhiu worse, c.
N. B.-UatalosuH will be published on Wednesday
morning. The Book are now qpeu for extunt nation ,
on n Lnn . tit. ......
an,. . . D-ouoDinu, auctioneer.
B. B. Ksrs, Assignee. , de2nb
4 UCTION 8AI,E-JAC0B GRAFF &
UO-ra-iH sell on FHIDAT AFTERNOON and
SVENING, December is, at two and seven o'clock,
n Pike's Opera Building, a Large and Splendid Onl -lection
of Oil Paintings, which hare been eelected
with great care, and on the moat favorableocciuioua,
in Franeeand Germany during the past year, and
imported from Europe recently by Mr. L. A. Toll
man, comprising valuable original pistrtres by emi
nent living artists, and flne copies of some or the
most celebrated pictures hv nM m,,ln nnu in tl..
different galleries of Europe. Among the subject
may be found Groups and Figures, li(esi: Historic ,
Subjects. Conversational Pieces, Architectural and
Street Views in rtiffeiwat European citlea, Cattle
Pieces, Marine Views, Game, Fruit and Flower
Pieces. Landecaoes. Ac with a nn,t vj.rf,v nt
and atyle, aubject and floish-the whole fornilng.it
ia believed, one of the beat collections ever uffered in
thia citv. Th attention of the lorera of good Pic
tnres is respectfully invited to this sale.
stag-Gallery ppen to th publio day and evening,'
from Wednesday morning, until the time of sale.
uew jauub ukafjt, Auctioneer. ,
"Iia better to laugh than be glghlog." .
Presents for the Holidays !
Auction Sale Stnpendom!
;. .,' " '' ' T
10 FourtU-st, ojiuuslte tbe PostoUce.
A ! : M. ,
ASSIGNEE'S SALE
$40,000 Worth
OF FINB AND RARE GOLD
J EWELRY,
. , From the late firm of . ,
BALL, TIFFANY; & DiVEN POKT
' linperlers and Olanufaetarera of For
; elsja aad Amerlcna Jewelry, SUtt
ltd 368 Broadway, N, Y.
PRK85XT8 rOB TH HdUDAVS,--PHKSENT8
FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
PltKHKNTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
VKK-iENTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS, , , .
f-n.asi.HTO sua tjux, uvuwib i J -i
.a. a. t- TH1'" " -i -"vfcfc-'
I MOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
I MOST BEAUTIFUL AS80RTMKNT,
MOST BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT,
, MOSt BEAUTrTUb ASSORT ttENT,
'J ; MOST. BKAUTIFiUL ASdOBTUKNT,
' or
WATCHES, DIAMONDS ANDt BRACELETS, ti im
WATCHES, DIAMONDS AND BBAGnLETS,
WATCHES, DlAM01tD8 AND BBACELETi,
WlTCBES, DIAMONDS AND BBAUKLKTS '
WATCHES, DIAMONDS AND. BBAOELKTS,
r.T A PEABLS, OPALS AND RUBIER,
rA Lf pearls; opals and bcbiks,'
.WJi F JP BAB LS, iJPA Lt AND MBlKS.
PEARLS, OPALS AND BtBIKrj,
f PEARLS, OPALS AND RUBIES,
CORALS. M08AJO AND TOHQU018,
COBALS; MOSAlfl AND TOROUOlS,
uunaLS, nunaiu anv ivsuuuia,
CORALS MOSAIC AND TOHdDOIS,
fiUBAjufi, MOSAtU ANp TORQUOJ8, .-,.f; : '..
vAttf5iiist;i,ae,nniTriinx9 sx itvoTiusr7
CARBUNCLES, AMITHI8T8 ATBDSTILE
CARBUNCLES, AMITHIST8 ATBCSTILE -OABBUHOLkS,
AMITHtsTS ATBUSTILE
CARBUNCLES, AMITHlSTd A TBCSTILE
SETS FOB TBI MILLION, , , ,, : ...,it. 4.
SEI8 FOR THE MILLION,' - f iu 1 '
SETS FOR THE MILLION - - -
Mis gust run mitiiiiun,
t '.' AND BB ACT ELS TO MATCH,
. ,., . AND BBAi TKL8 TO MATCH,
t; AND BBACTEL8 TO MATCH,
AND BRACTULB TO MATCH, ,
" : , . AND BB ACT ELS TO MATCH,
JEWELRY OF EVBRT DESOaiPTION,
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, .
JEWELRY OF BYERY DESCRIPTION, X ,1 ;, ,.
JEWELRY OF EYESY DESOBIPT10N, ' -JEWELRY
OF KYERY DESCRIPTION,
B , l.ul.'tf-H't e.'i'Oft.tJ ".' i r
MAGNIFICENT A BEOHEROBE PATTERNS, ft
MAGNIFICENT A RKCHERCHK PATTERNS,
MAGNIFICENT A RECHKKCHK PATTKKN8,
MAGNIFICENT A RECHERCHE PATTERNS,
,' MAGNIFICENT A RKOHERCUJS PATTERNS, 1
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION, f , - j ' -. '
uuute auw un asaioiuun,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
.i.
r.
UUOUB nuw us laaisutviii '
i V.i' LADIES ABE INVITED tO CALL.
,,; v LADIES ARB INVITED TO CALL,
i.V LADIES ABK INVITED 'I O CALL,
LADIES ABE INVITED TO CALL,
v ',. in LADIES ARE INVITED TO CALL,
ALL GOODS WARBANTED ,
ALL GOODS WARRANTED '- '
ALL GOODS WARRANTED , r. U ! k f
ALL GOODS WARHANTUD ; "' " 1
ALL GOODs WABUANTED
i HAS MPRE8ENTED AT TIME OT SALE,
i t AS REPRESENTED AT TIME OF SALE,
; .AS BEPKE8ENTF1D AT TIMS OF BALK,
II AS BEPBKeK Tl;it AT TIME OF SALE.
r-.,AB StSPBKaWNlBO AT T1BB OF 8AI.,
BkLES P08ITIVF,. ''' " - ' !" '
SALES POSITIVE. -.- - 1
SALES POSITIVE.'-
SALES POSITIVE. .fi-s ' .-
SALES POSITIYE, "; " ' j' i ' ,
i
M. IAVKH(P9HT, ;
i" i ii ABtjitnee,'
delS.
HOMINY. U BRLS. PRIME HOMINY.
Just reoslved and for tale by gg jjjjj
t dtaob i hal8r'stXhifd-iir.at.
WILLIAM UI8NET, ATTORNEY
,AT bAW,flbMldlnajBa4t,Saatlbtrd.
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