-WA1,,lE:D MELODEON To rent or
i turchaae. a five "octet e Melodeon. Address
v. r. it..
.Oinoinoatt P. O.
WANTID-A SIIUATION-Ai Seam
stress or Housekeeper fn a small family, by
a person competent fur .either; 'Address MABY,
through the PottofHcc. deaob
WANTED A aiRL To do plain eook
Ing, washing and Ironing. Apply Imme
diately at So. Ito Bmllh-etroot, neelr Fifth. dcb
WANTED A GIRL To do the booking
and honsswork of family. No ons that
SK? ?Sr Ie recommendation need apply to P. BKB
1U a M, a. K corner of Fourth and iflentrit, op.
joalte the schsulhouso, de30b
VT ANTED A young man wiBhei to pro
i . t!T? V 'teaMou wholesale or rUU
luaraeas. Hai ihad over a year's experience. Addreee
n'uFn!F American Patent Company, (Jlnclu
ntl, Ohio. deiob
WANTED To state that 59,000 pack
,.,.J!e of FOBBES'S CHEMICAL BAKING
POWDERS hye been told within four monthe to
the model housekeepers of Olnolnnall and Louis
ville, with an increasing demand. Bold by all the
grown, Depot, 391 Weat Flfth-slroct. deWb
WANTED COUNTER A abort Counter
for a foulness boom. Apply at the N. W.
eoinar of Ninth and Baos-etrsats. de39b
ANTED A GIRL Competent to wash
and Imn wall anil An tha hntiuwnrk nt
small tamiiy. tteterencee requireu. Good wagee
elvea. Apply at asa Walnnt-itreet. deivb
ANTED OH I YES I Boye and men
out of work can And employment by calling
M So. Sau Longworth-itreet, thli forenoon, or any
day from H to 2 o'olock. de29b
WANTED A GIRL To do housework,
i . .1,1g0.8,ntB Ar'r w- POBTB, Jew
h)r, third jtory, over Beggs A Smith's store, No.
West Fonrth-itreet. dettb
ANTED A 6ITUATI0N-In a pri
rate family, to do chamber-work, by a young
voman, who can (ire the beat of reference. Ad'
- Mioai ai. m. v., care 01 rrsea umce. oeaoo
WANTED Reliable help for lituatiow
of any kind can always be bad at a moment'!
notice, oy applying at flo.60 Bast Third -street, base
ment atory, next to Adama' Kxpreea office. No
charge to servants. . do31am
ANTED Clerki, book-keepers, lalea-
w T pen, bar-keepers, porteri, eoopere, careen
ten, mechanics, laborera and othere, can find sftua-
I tioua at the MeiYlhanta (llnrka Ujurlatrw titHsa I'M
yalnut-atreet. - fde3sawl HALE A (JO.
ANTED M E N A large number of
and at the aame time lucrative employment In the
ttftle nf mma nam r. mamiIh Rnnka f .. ..-
uituon anown w toe civmtea world ; Hence their
. yopularlty. Come and examine for yourselves be
' fore engaging in the aale of other publications,
i ... MACK B. BABNIT2, Publlaher,
ww 00 neat euurbu-atreet, uiuoiuuati.
FOR BALE-Two COTTAGES, in Coving
Inaton, Ky., on Bank Llck-atreet. between
Memnth and Twelfth-all in good order. Will rent
for $15 per month. Will be eold low foroaab. In
quire on tne premises. do30d
TRIOR SALE GROCERY A good ehanoe
-- for business, on reasonable terma, awell located
grocery nana vnin noes ana natures. Addreea Box
I73.Postofnce. ' dUiw
FOR BALE Choiee Table Batter, prim
Oheeee, Fruit, 4a, at one of the neatest to ret
In the city-No. 557 Weat Sixth-atreet-wboleaale
and retell. Alto Back wheat Hour, pure Maple Hu
gar and prime Holiday Oysters, Ao. All warranted
aa represented. , , D. STOBMONT,
deS3aw D. LAKEUAN.
BOARDING Two or three quiet, well-dii-poaed
gentlemen can obtain a pleaaant room,
with good board, In a private family, where a few
elect Doardera are received, at Mo. 1U7 iiODgworta
treet, near Plum. Terma moderate. 06300
BOARDING A few gentlemen can be ao
oommodated with board and lodging, alao a
few day-boarder., at No. 36 Weat Coort-atreet, be
tween John and Wee tern-row. de30o
BOARDING A gentleman and his wife
can obtain a pleaaant room, furnished or on
furnlehed, with board, In a private family. Also
few day-boarders. Apply at W Fifth-at. de30b
BOARDING A gentleman and fcia wife,
or two single gentlemen, can obtain a conve
nient room and boarding In a comfortable house,
nnpplled with all modern conveniences, at No. m
Weat Seventh-street. dettb
OR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
Apply on the premise, Mo. 227 Broadway.
FOR RENT A BOUSE of lii rooms, on
the Observatory-road, Ho. 87. Will be rented
in whole or in part. . de2Vb
PIANOS AT A SACRIFICE. From thil
!! -V. . - I IIUrt
uuiii ,ud toy ui tfouunrr, low,
I will eell Piauoa for cash only, at
prloea that will Induce any one to
bur. Bven thoaewbode not want
one at nreaent will fltid that una !
the time to buy. I will rent, and let the rent pay
for the Piano. O. M. MTJBOH,
, . Me. 73 West Fourth -afreet.
The largest stock of Helodeona in the oity. de21
NOW, IF EVER. As my neighbor! are
offerlnggreat lndnoemente for
any house in Cincinnati. I will atill rent, and let
the rent pay for the Piano, at 6e Weat Fonrth-etreet.
J. OHTJBCM, Jr.
vopoi ror uicioueons ana uarmonianii. oeJl
MA BO NIC QUICK-STKP, AS PER
r eliant lithograph of the new MaaoniciMk
by ; J. OHTJBOH. Jr.,
) ' M Weat Fourth-atreet.
Ttf USICAL INSTRUMENTS CH EAFEB
jLm tnaj ever, ureat saorlflce of
rianoa, meiodeona. Violoncellos,'
Vlollne, Guitars, Banjo Btringa.Trim
minas. Ac dnrlnz the Htliitav
Bellinff atlontMrAAnt 1u than
o her "House In this oity, and flrat-olaae instmmenU
at that. ,Ionot bar an Instrument nntil you have
railed at No. 227 Flfth-streot, second door east of
rium, eouth tide. BBITTING A BBC,
Piano Makers, and Sealers in Firat-claea Inatrn
FOR BURNING AND LUBRICATING,
Free from Offeuslve Odor, at
Walnut-street, Cincinnati, O.
Wl INVITE A COMPARATIVE TBI-
All with any manufacturing establishment
ar We warrant our Oils to be equal, if not supe-
rlnMoany In tbemaiket.
Wo Invite those In (be city and vicinity to
call and examine for tbemaolvea.
r Bo persona ordering from a distance, aatlf
miivu auarauieeo in aii oaaea. aaareaa
V. U. HANKINi Acent, or
A. 6. HODOBM, Treaaarer,
, , , Kanawha O' O. M. Oil ManL
VI Walnut-street, Olneln'natl.
GREAT BARGAINS IN FIltE GOLD
and Hilver Watehea and Una Jawalrv. nm.iit.
' lag of-- .7 7",
t Ktruican, Coral, lava, Pearl, Garnet and , ,
Tonjoois, Una, Xar-rtnga, BraoeleU, Ao. .
AIiSO-A line aaiortoiMt of Silver and Plated
ware, consisting of .
Taa-aete, Uma, Walter, '.
Communion-ware, Oake-Baakete, y
' " Outore, Cnps, Go bleta, Iiuor Stands. ' ,
v,;. KnlveajForkaSpooni, Ao. , , , .
-Vu. bB,t tf1 Tea-eets can be bought
from tM to (31 per set, Alao, Silver Bpoonj and
JT WM. OWEN'S,
, . delbw M. W. oorner Tonrth and Maln-atwete.
- HAOfTOM BOKCal
. . . .For tbe Holldajra. '
353, 253, Q53,
i . Walntit-gtreet, Walniit-treet, . .
The Oyetori told at tbla home are superior to any
la tbla market. Prloea, ae neual, moderate. .
deSlftjal i , TODD, Ag t for fiateh, Mann Co. ;
WANTS! ' W AN T 8 1 1 '
Ir yoa want a servant, advertise In " ' -
., THB FEMNT FK1M
Ir yoa want a konae, advertise In
, IHB PENPTT PRH88.
If yon want to eell anything, adverUee In
THB PENNY PttESB,
Ir yon want to bay anything, edvertiee In
., TUB PENNY - PRESS.
17 fact, every want mppiied by advertising in
, , THE FENNY FRE88.
plr Don't forget that the Penny
Preea la the medium through which to
make known yonr wan til Advertise
ment- of five llnea and lees. Inserted
twice for twenty-five cental
J"Penny Preea to he had every
morning at the Coaatliitr-room door.
Only one cent.
It This mnrniniv J. I3r.r Jt- r ..11 .i
nine and a-half o'olook an invoice of fort,
robes, As., at store No. 18 East Fourth-street.
MarnoaoLoomiT. nu. . vj.. ii. .
- -riiuno vr WIO
ftany iVeas, by Henry Ware, Optician, No. 7
Barometer. - ThermomeUr.
,?A- M..M.... 29.34 . 8J
P.M....M........J9.1, , 5
Uifriio lima-The following Is a list of
letter detained for ann.nivn. f
the Pottoffloe, in this oity, Deoember 29:
Smith Sturgea, Ohrystal Springe, Hiss.
Boblnwn, Beynolda A Co., Brandon, Miss.
Jarnbam Bros., Hudson, Mich.
Morris Pyle, Mortonville, Penn. '
' " " ueuuaiu-aireei, new lorx
Ecliciio MioiziHi. This excellent maga
zine of foreign literature enters upon a new
volume with the January number, which has
been reclVed by Pease A- Co., Sixth-street,
east of Walnut. It is made up of selections
from the European magazines and reviewB,
and its coming is eagerly looked for by the
The Bomt Journal, Wilkie'i Spirit, and Pot
Ur't Spirit, for this week, ean be had at the
Akhuai, Elxotio or m l, 0. R. M.
Senaca Tribe, I. 0. R. M., held their regular
council 6re at Orna Wigwam, on the 28th
'"P of the hunting moon, G. B. 6020, and
eleoted the followinir ohlofs for the next six and
twelve moons: C. Weiskopf, Sachem;- P. 8.
John Oremer, Senior Sagamore; E. March,
Junior Sagamore; P. 8. M. Rothschild, Chief
of R.j P. S. H. Bneyder, A. 0. of R.j P. S. A.
Leather, Keeper of Wampum; P. S. David
Backer, P. a). L. Sohloss, Jaoob Wrest, Trus
tees. Bot Dbowd ih thb Cash whui Skaiino.
A lad. about fourteen years of age, named
Joseph Jndd, while skating yesterday after
noon en. tha Miami Canal, nita S......
street, broke through the ice and was drowned;
uu uuuy wag recovered in a enorc time after
the accident and taken to the residenoe of his
parents, en Culvert-street, a ihort distance
east of Broadway. The ooourrenoe was wit
nessed by several persons, who rendered the
boy all the assistance in their power, bnt it
was fruitless. ;
Thb Faib at thi Milodiom. We have been
extremely gratified to learn that the Fair at
the Melodeon, for the benefit of the Sisters of
flderoy, has been tbus far largely attended, and
that the sale of artioies has been quite spirited.
It will oonolude on Tuesday evening of next
week with an auotion sale of the artioies re
maining unsold, and a grand promenade oon
cert We sincerely hope that the affair will
prove fully as profitable as these gentle and
sympatby-deserving Sisters expected, and that
they may be enabled from Its profits to extend
the work they have already, and under Buoh
disadvantageous clroumstances, began, . i
Ahhual Eliotiohs or thb 1. 0. 0. P. The
election of officers took place n'ght before
last, in the following lodges of tlie Independ
ent Order of Odd-fellow?, ith the annexed
result: ( ,
.American lodge, No. 170 James H. Mur
ray, N. O.; Theodore Beale, Y. Q.; Alfred
Jonte, B. B.j John C. Reese, P. S.; I. N. Jonte,
Treasurei; Q. W. Terry, R. H. Stone, E. R,
Hall, Trustees; S. S. Straiten, P. Q. Repre
sentative to Grand Lodge. , , (
Mohawk Lodge, To. 150. J. G. Ditman, N.
Q.j W. Blaokall, V. Q.; W. B. Kennedy, R. S.i
William Steele, P. S.j T. 0. Thorp, Treasurer;
P. M. Hays, Representative to Grand Lodge.
' e ' i . x
A MODIBK PSITHKBILIA COHMITTID TO
Pbibojt. The raoe of the Amnions is not yet
extlnet, and although the stories told of 'Pen
thesilea and Thalestria may he nothing but the
mythoplasms of the antique poets, there are
women among us who would almost Induce
one to believe that both 'these personages were
real, and that if metempsychosis be true, their
souls have passed Into modern bodies. One of
these latter-day Imitators of those anoient
feminine warriors, named Elizabeth Rendrop,
was committed to the County Jail, yesterday
morning, for a term of three days, by Justice
Sohlee, of Milloreek Township, for an assault
oommitted upon one of her own sex, whose
name we were unable to learn. After lying in
jail for a few hours her sentence was changed
to a fine, whioh she paid and departed, her
fury, however, unabated by her temporary
AlXKJBD AtTIHPTID COKSTCPBiTIOX UroW A
Child. A day er two ago a man named Fred
erick Batter went before Justice Rowekamp
and caused a warrant to be issued for the ar
rest of John Verhuber, oharging him with an
assault and attempted oonntupr&tion, whioh,
It is alleged, was committed oa Wednesday
of last week, the 21st inst. Verhuber was ar
rested yesterday and taken before the magis
trate above named, where the oharge was
oaremlly Investigated, and w being deemed
guilty, he was committed in default of bail to
the amount of $500, to await a trial before the
next term of the Court of Common Pleas.
The female upon whom this outrageous and
villainous assault is alleged to have been made
is a fatherless girl of but eleven years gf age,
and is so small and delloate as to seem still
younger. - It is difficult to believe that any
one bearing the human shape could be guilty
of an act so entirely bestial; but if it be true,
we most sincerely hope that the party may be
punished by the full penalty of the law. - ,
A"Kmtdoit Bdooucist Dbtjqoid ard
Robbid. A Kentuekian named Henry Gall
arrived in this city a day or two ago with a
couple of horses, which he sold and afterward
strolled about the city, wondering at the great
ness of the Metropolis and Becking an adven
ture, Day before yesterday eveqing he wan
uorea into mac detectable locality known as
Buektown, and while there thought ha would
see life as it appeared from the standpoint of a
eveuui-raia oagnio. --
. He became somewhat enamored of the in
mates, whom he. found exceedingly sociable
and kind, and laughed, drank, danoed, and
sang with them until he suddenly became ob
livious to all that was passing In the outer
world. Yesterday morning he awoke and
found himself In an alley, in an unknown lo
cality, minus the little sum of $230. -
He looked about, but falling to reoognlse
anybody or anything, managed, after consid
erable difficulty, to find his way to his stop
ping place on Front-street, when he packed
his earpet-iack and left for the blue-grass
hills of bis native State, supremely disgusted
with the city, and with a lesson In bis mind
that will last him until he shall bare found a
horns la another sphere.
Polios Codbt. J.dze Lows. vMtarda
morning, examined twenty-four eases. The
following are the only ones that would seem to
be worthy of notice: .y-.
Our issue of yesterday contained ah ac
count of the arrest of a fellow nemed Lewis
King, who was surprised at the oorner of
Pike and Third In the aet of stealing a lot of
clothing whioh he found In the hall of a
building In that locality. Upon being taken
before the Police Court, yesterday morning,
he pleaded guilty to two charges of petty
larceny, and was sentenced to the County Jail,
at hard labor, for the term of one year six
months upon each oharge. .
Lewis Cox and John Smith, whe, were ar
rested night before last at the Fair of the Sis
ters Of Mercy, at the Melodeon Hall, bv Olfi.
eei Marmion, were charged with petty larceny
auu carrying concealed weapons. Xhe nrst
accusation wss not substantiated by the evi
dence, and was, therefore, dismissed, but upon
the second they oould not disclaim, and they
were fined esch $20 and coats.
The ease of William Hardt, who our read
ers will probably remember, was arrested on
Monday last for an assault and resisting offi
eers,was called, and the defendant discharged,
without trial, upon payment of the costs.
A pair of girls, of undoubted reputation,
named Margaret Francis and Jane Neely,
night before last, made the locality of Eighth
street and Western-row appear more like a
Pandimonium than the center of the metrop
olis, by yells and noises of the most unearthly
character, and, of course, found themselves.
upon returning to their senses, yesterday
morning, In the cells of the Ninth-street
Station-house. They were fined eaoh $10 and
oosts, and sentenced to the City Prison for a
term of five days.
A party of fellows, named Spenoer Winder,
James Day,William Thompson and LutsKlng,
were arrested night before last, at Wood's
Theater, for disorderly conduot. They amused
themselves by throwing their hats on the
stage and disturbing the audience by sundry
means, and were fined $5 and oosts.
A fellow, named Michael McAllister, who
keeps a grocery on the corner of Race-street
and Front, was fined $10 and oosts for selling
liquor on Sunday last, contrary to the city
SHiEirr's Balis or Rial E stats. The sales
of real estate yesterday by the Sheriff were
very largely attended, and the bidding more
than usually spirited. Fifteen pieces of pro
perty were offered and eleven sold, as follows:
Lot on north side of Seventh-street, begin
ning 164 feat from Tine, and running east
ward 80 feet, in front and back 110 feet, to
an alley; valued at $11,000: sold to George
Wilshire for $8,150.
Lot No. 82 in subdivision of Whitman's
lot, in partition by E. A. and Franois Avery;
valued at $2,000; sold to Charles Reemelin for
Lot on sonth side of Sixth-street, between
Race and Elm, 42 feet front by 00 deep; valued
at $13,000; sold to Joseph Rawson for $11,150.
Lot No. 3 in subdivision of heirs of M.Baum,
00 feet front on Banm-street and 200 deep; val
ued at $4,600; sold to Peter Andrew for $3,050.
. Lots Nos. 33 and 34 in Cincinnati, 35 feet
on Lower Market-street, and 67 feet on Sycamore-street;
valued at $13,375 and $8,000:
sold to John H. Kohl, the first for $8,917 and
the second for $5,500. . .
Lot, with brick house, on Broadway, is
249 feet north of Fourth-street, being 1t
feet front by 170 feet deep to MoAlister
Street; valued at $8,000; sold to Wm. If off for
Lot No. 2 in Thomas Cooper's division of
estate, In north half of section 27, in south
east corner of north-east quarter of section 33,
in Township 4, containing 87 acres; valued at
$65 per acre; sold to Solomon Burklalter for
$02 per acre. 19 acres in same subdivision,
valued at $60 per acre; sold to same for $61
12 sores in Delhi Township; valued at $400
per acre; sold to A. D. Bulloek for $267 per
Pboomdinqs or thi Couhtt Cohmissiostms.
At the regular session of the County Commis
sioners, held yesterday morning, orders were
passed amounting in the aggregate to $790 87,
of which $760 45 were paid to E. M.
Shield for reservoir attachments and heating
apparatus for the South-western Lunatie Asy
lum. Apart from this no business of import
ante was transacted.
EsTtllATID EXPIRSBS Or TBI Citt POB THI
Comimo Month. We learn from the estimates
of the different departments of the City Gov
ernment, whioh have been sent to the office of
the City Auditor, that the following sums of
money wui oe required to meet tne onrront
expenses of the month ef January, 1860:
.S 1,800 00
Benairinft Onlverta and BridraL.
' 83 33
1 60 00
Salariea of Board of ImnroveniAntji...
Services of Market Uasters and three As-
Sweeping Market Bonsea,
Bervioeaol Wharf Mi
rv nan ntaiioner;, .,.,..,,...
ito Ajapori....wM.............., iMMnHi
ocrvicea 01 mayor.,....,....,.....,.
Q.. I.. - v. 1 nm
uhhiuucij. unui vuiueM...,.,.,I.,t...,M..
Ll i . l -. j I i I . t . ...
d.i iimm ui Auuivjr sun mree AsaiBuraia..
B -oka and Stationery, Anditor'a Office.......
Bervioes of Treaaurer
Stationery for Treaaurer'a Office
Services of Solicitor and Assistant....,.,..,...,,
Services of Oounollmea
Services of Oity Clerk,, Assistant and Ber-
' geant-at-Arms .
New Olock for Council Chamber..........
Stationery for do do .................
Servioes of Engineer, Assistant and Drafts
men ...-.,.... .,
Services of Becord draftsmen, Ao
Sundries in Engineer's offlce....................
Servloea of Judge of Police Court, Olerks
and IS easengera .i..m,...w,m. ..,...(.,..
Stationery for Folioe Court,...........,..,...
' 841 68
. 20 00
minees ieea ior uo no
Expreea hire ror do do
Incidentals for do do
Iron Bedsteads for Oity Prlkon.,
uiotninc ior uo ao
Job Printing and Advertising..
Qua oonaumed in Oity Buildings.,
Obief of Polioe'a aervlcee.
Sneclai Policemen'a aervicea
Light fuel and feeding for Station-houses.
Bent of Htatlon-hotuea
lmvuui vu iwiui .......a ....I......,.,,......... ,
Auditor's draftadue January 1, i860, for
Services Judges of Snperior Courts.
.. 600 08
do Jurors do do
Six month's Interest on $100,000 bonds
loaned Hillsbora a Cincinnati Railroad
Borvioea of Firemen,
Hoae for Fire Department.,
sens or angina uouees.......
i 60 tlO
. 110 00
'iiaroi iwi uio Plug, au.(.M...,.,.,t..WM,M
Wages ol hands for repairing dow......,......
do - do in boaehop,.MH
Auditor's draft due January 1, I860, for Tire
Dep't fund ....., ,....,.M,,
Discount on loan ,-, , ,
To tkt EdUoriotu Prut:
Bibs We hare had offered to ns a tele
graph fire-alarm for the modest sum of sixty
thousand dollars. Mr. A. Eokert, of Middle
town, Ohio, is the patentee of a very perfect
apparatus, which he offered to the elty in the
year 1854, (rtt of tariff the oity only paying
for the actual cost in the construction of the
same. This would have given the oity the
advantage jf a perfect telegraph, with the
expense only from three to five thousand
dollar; The same arrangement can doubtless
oe secured to tne oity. .
Messrs. Oamewell A Co......,..,.,. ..,. .......10,000
A. BCkertl,.,.MMM..M.,MMMM.,M.N..H...M....M.. 6,000
Credit by balaaoe to city ...m..... J6,000
The tax-payers cannot to the above
Thi Pimsit or a Tii Biivioito Ksv. Mi.
Nicholson. The Boston papers announoe the
arrival in that nlaoe. er Adams A Co 'a Ex
press, of the splendid tea service designed for
Rev. Mr. Nicholson, late of 8L John's Charon,
In this eity. This elegani', present was In
tended to bis, flight testimonial of the regard
in whioh Ms. K. was held by his parishioners,
and his friends here, will doubtless be pleased
wj learn mat uu now in nis nanaa. ; -
h Nomssr or, Firm ucima .tii' Pbisikt
MOUTH- I)nvtnB tha vmuant vnnnth avi nitv
has been visited by fire fifteen times, but the
aggregate toss wui nos exoeeo sis,uuu. two
thirds of which amount wm covered by iniur-
Y. M. L. Lectures—Rev. George C.
The lecture of Ber. George C. Robinson
last evening-," at Smith k Nixon'n, before the
Library Association, on 'Every lab on its
own Bottom," drew the largest ooaoourae of
the season, the body of the hall sod the
greater part of the galleries being filled with a
highly cultivated and attentive auditory.
The Reverend gentleman, who is a home
lecturer, began by expressing a hope that, as
a tyro, he would not be too severely criticized;
and then mentioned the Instance of John
Bunyan's knocking down a pile of tubs before
the door of a cooper shop, that he might see
every tub on its own bottom. The Idea em
bodied in this popular phrase lay at tha base
of all human oharacter and progress. .. No one
oould suoceed, no eauie prosper without the
possession, exercise ana aoveiopement of indi
viduality. tie considered the Individuality of eaoh fac
ulty, that of a particular faculty as opposed
eu ui outer laouiuos, tne mnueneo or all the
faculties combined; the faculties or character
as unbarmontous with a profession or calling,
and the individuality of man aa a reforms
arrayed against his fellow, the condition of
affairs end the government
neon one or tnoee points he amnl fledl in
various ways and with apt illustration), whioh
were well received and often applauded by his
The lecturer held that.the certain some
thins; We possess.' br what we differ from
others, when it pointed to apparent good,
would be obeyed ; that it was the revelation
of Nature, the God within us.
JMo man could fulfill his deatlnvbv fnllnw.
Ing others, or conforming to other standards
than those he had erected for himself.
It was well to select models, nerhans. in Ufa
and conduot, but we should assimilate with,
not imitate them. , . , , . ,
Free speech was what we most desired t
present, and that we should have at all
nasaras. ir we were in a community that
would not hear us, they should give way, not
The history of mat minds and tha -wnrM
was the result of Individuality. Every im
portant event naa proceeaea irom. one man
who had bad the will to think, and the cour
age to act for himself. Dead forms and ereadi
and systems had strong influence still, and
clung to the neck of reason as the eld man of
tne sea to tne shoulders of Binbad.
We would have, however, at no distant day
what we deserved, what was necessary to an
emancipated soul a true home of liberty.
Rev. Mr. Robinson's lecture was interesting
and able, abounding in a happy illustrative
point and epigram, and singularly broad for
a gentleman of his religions persuasion.
BUROLAIV ASTD ArrilfrTani RnaaiB-v n
Viki-stmit. Yesterday morning, the res
idence of a well-known butcher named Mayer,
located on Vine-street, near Green, was fel
oniously entered by seme scoundrel whose
hardihood came very near being punished
with death. The fellow, It appears, effeoted
an entrance to me nouse tnrougn a back win
dow into the room in which Mayer lay asleep,
but some faux nos chiicaH a, nnian. n-1h
aroused the wife of the man he intended to
Without betraying any alarm the woman
waited antil tha hnrolu harl
another room, when, without making any un-
ucoeesery uoiae, sue arrousea ner nusDand,
and, in a whisper, informed him of the faot
that some unknown nocturnal visitor was
then in the house. He then arose, and taking
a gun from the wall followed the would-be
robber, whose ears it seems were quick, and,
divining the oause of a slight rustle whioh he
heard.inoontinently leaped through a window,
carrying with him the entire sash,
No time was now to be lost, and while the
burtrlar was endeavorlna tn vnak ontiA
essape, Meyer was trying to discharge his
..... L. r i i-i i- . - ..."
guu, uuv, juriunaieiv ior to is visitor, tne
cap snapped, and before he could make
another trial the fellow had disappeared. If,
by any possibility, one or two burglars oould
be shot dead in the aot, this species of thieft
would become muoh less frequent; and
ftlthonvh wa arA alwava Tiatn,! ha. f
violent and sudden deaths, we more than half
wisn, ior tne beneat of society, that somesuoh
clroumstanoe might occur.
Aooidintal DsiTH rBOat AsFHYXiA. A wo
man named Margaret Kelly, residing on
Providenoe-street, a short distanoe above Lib
erty, left a little daughter, aged two and a half
years, in tne cnarge ol some persons living in
the same house, yesterday morning, and went
to market. During hsr absence the room In
whioh the ohild bad been left, became ailed
with the irrespirable gas arising from a char
coal fire upon whioh some sad-irons had.been
heated, and when she was discovered she was
dead. A physician was called in, but his ef
forts to restore the ohild were fruitless.
Tozim's Dipot. It is to the Interest of
families and restaurateurs to kndw that Toiler,
at No. 208 Vine-street, opposite Longworth,
received last night by express a large supply
of salt water eels, smelts, flounders, stuffed
bass, black Iflsh, haddock, cod fish, olams,
oysters and lobsters, besides a good supply of
venison, prairie chiokens. an&ils. Aa. Every
body should patronize Toiler, as his enterprise
ia nvrwv success. .
Baioaws. The frequenters of the fashion
able shopping mart are buying goods at re
markably low prices, just now, at No. 74. See
advertisement of Delaad, Qossage k Ouyler.
JSale of Oil Paintings, by J. Graff 4 Co.,
will positively take plaoe this evening at 7
o'olock, In Pike's Opera Building, regardless
of weather. ,
' Pill's OriRA BOCSI. In suite of tha leaden
skies and the vllllanoua ttate er the streets, yester
day evening, quite a large and fashionable audience
was attracted to the Opera-honee to witness the
fourth representation of MiDsoamr.a Nicht's
Dbiam.' The play passed off quite agreeably, and
with much more smoothness than upon any previous
I?, the person of the pretty, petite and plquan'te
viola Orockar. doee nntmni h tl., k. i.
nightly "playing the mischief" with hundreds of
wmmi truiie periunmng tne aame orace witn tne
eyea of "Hermla" and ,r'Iyaander," "Helena" and
"Demetriaa," and we are glad of ft; for every oon
queat thus made delightans, and the charm oonsiata
entirely in the perfuot arileeaneea with which the
character ia represented.
The Damn will be performed again thia evening,
and all who deatre to review anew aud beautiful Idea
oi a jeaioua ana revengeiui ralry-klng, a bewildered
M Mltlllhal f.l...u.,.u.n ml , ...... l.V.IJ"
maklng messenger of the fairies, should not fall to
witness lira. Conway, Addle Proctor, and Viola
vrocssr in ma snaraotert ol "UDeron," "iiunla,
and "Pack." .
Wood's Thsatsb. The spectacle of Bldi
Bsa.ni, with all Its Oriental scenery and magnificent
ropBrtiea and costumes, aa performed atWood'a,
la well worthv Avl.ltfrnm M.ra f ,hA
(hi In art. It la put upon the a tegs In admirable
,ie. auu tne management aeaerves not only the
heartiest support from the habitues of the establish
ment, but also their alnoerest thanks for giving them
so fine a spectacle in anoh excellent taste. It will be
repeated thia erenlng In connection with the new
piay oi las UHI0 uiaLS.
Natioral Tbiatib. The weather of last
evenina waa not annh mm mM k. r-.lnnl..H t, i.
dace amneement-aeekers to loave the comfortable
tmoannere 01 tnetr parlors, ami atlaa Davenport was
greeted with a fine laudlenoe. The play of Mas.i,
LiiLioa improvea upon aoqtiaintanoe, and the char
acter of "Leonle Arnauld" In her hands nightly pre
sents a new nhaae of beauty. The exquisite finish
which Mies D. gives to everything she attempts, and
the delivery and grace with which she invests every
oharacter the assumes, gives eaoh impersonation a
newoharm, and renders it a study for a connoisseur.
Thia evening has been aet apart for her benefit, and
If the audience be adequate to the merit of the artiste
"Old Dmry" will be orowded from ait to dome.
The entertainment will commence with the new
DlaV Of THS (JlAaiNA. in Which Mlas T will lHb,in
the title role, and close with the laughable fttroe of
iw Eiiwm m uenuBa anezoeiient Dill, ana one
which, in connection with the deeerta of the beni
flolarie, should fill the bouse to overflowing,
' Light, Mobi Light. For several years eur
oity has, nominally, been supplied 'vith gas, by the
Covington Gaa Company, though the attest lamps
have been placed ao far apart aa to render them not
only useless, but more than uaeleee, by making the
darkness appear greater, outside of a small circle.
This Inconvenience has been a aonrce of no Httl. .n.
noyance to the traveling public, and the subject baa
ueen varueeiiy urgea upon ine attention OS tne Uoun
uu. AAatbcnr. anetner aimcuuy naa arisen, Which
la not oonlned to the public lights, butextenda te all
in the city.. There Is a deficiency, either ia quantity
or quality, and it baa become almost Impossible to
read by it. We hope that the gaa Company will at-
MM IV Mi- UJlMWWWlf,
Monetary and Commercial.
In Monetary matters there,' was. nothing
new yesterday, except that they were 'a little cIosst
than they have been since last week. -,..:'. ....
The return of Ourreney f., Exchange, baa bean
larger, which with 'the heavy demand renders the
supply very limited, requiring very Ingenious finan
ciering to conduct tbe transactloss of the day. The
dlecouat-houaea do what they oan to help their ens
tomert, but tbeir means necessarily mil abort of the
wants. Still, financial affaire, with all their draw
bucks, move aloog healthfully ia every quarter.
laatern Exchange waa atill firm at buying
and H premium selling rate, and Gold oontinuad
ecarce at tbe aame rates. vuu
New Orleans sight-bonds are in request at is buy
ing and premium aelling-an advance of M over
The bayfna figure of Illinois and Wlsoonsis bank
disiwanu' , vnc!d blr, ,u f"kert yesurday to 1
Floor waa steady, but unchanged. Whisky dull
end prices were lower. Corn and Bye continued
Arm. Wheat advanced 3o. per brL, and Oate and
r.. i..wnmi, r(wvwiFuewere lienor, and
holders firm at quotations. Hoga were firm, not
withstanding the heavy receipts and full prices real
iied. - : , ,
The Imports and Exports ol various articles dur-
tne iweaty-iour noon ending yesterday noon,
rOBra.-Flonr. 1.188 brls.: Whiak. tMa harn.1.!
"a, 6,167 bushels; Wheat, 1,368 buahela; Oats. 7,844
Pork iknd lum io fch.t. oa -,m 1
AM) lbs.: Sugar, 9 hhds.j tlolaseet. Si b'fl'a.: Oomi!
Dusj Apples, 383 brls.; Butter. 81 kears: Chaaaa.
Kxt0BT.-"lour, 1.&52 brla.j Whisky. 1,807 brls.;
orn, 146 brla.i Wheat, SM bushels; Barley 402 bush
s; Pork and Bacon. 74 hhds., 19 tierces, W brls.,
it boxes; sugar, 83 hhds.; Molasses, 33 bbls.; Coffee.
iteiiVt181''"' w keg" Chem:
W annex a comnarattvA itiUmMt aV ti,. r-.,...
(exclusive of specie) from New York to foreign ports
tne weex ana since January 1:
111,. , L- LI 4 1 . M A
. jci- , art,,n. . jnoiff.
the week ,.si,323,760 Sl.loi.sno ti.09o.us7
, ...uDnimm -i,ai,i,;mi bi.i i.wn ai.IMI.lS7
Frevlously reported, .69,739,738 68,577,934 65,S7S,776
Blnce Jan. I.t70,952,498 $69,679,734 t,77o,386
The Director of the Mint having bean In
as ito a rumored change in the devices of the several
silver coins of the country, replies that there will be
no change ia either the hair or quarter dollar pieces
at the peetent time. The dime, however, will aDaea
lu a new and improved dreaa in 1860.
Wednesday's Iicw York Times refers to Tuesday's
financial affaire : .
"Buaineaa reonenAd. after the flli-t.ma.
with no easier market for Monev and Fnr.lcn E.l
change. The supply of the former, on temporary
employment, is reported quite free by both lender
and borrower, the general rate being per cent. Dis
counts rule much the same aa last week, 7 per cent,
per annum lor very prime lists of indorsed paper,
with exceptional cases at tOfii for abort acceptances
on favorite houses. The Exchange on London haa
dropped to immmn psreent. for standard Bank
ers', and lfl8lli9M for b'onthern bank bills, or bills
with Bouthorn bank indorsement.
This is the lowest point yet touched this aeason,
and the decline has not induced any considerable
business for the Boston steamer sailing to-morrow.
The renin renson for this, however, is that yester
day a holiday interfered with the usual preparations
f ir V ednesday'a ateamer. t'reoch bills are f.6.17)
f for standard bankers, and f.3.20af.6,i8'i
for Southern. , .
The following are tbe aggregates of last week's
Boston Bank Statement;
Loana and Discounts
lipeoie ..........-........ ,.
Due irom otnnr Banna
Due to other Banks.,
Last Friday's New Orleans Delta Infurma-na-. "Tha
movement in Exchange to-dny has indicated a gen
eral breakdown in prices. Buyers for the first time
during the season were enabled to dictate their own
terms. The supply of both foreign and Domestic
Bills Is now largo, and all classes show a eteady in
crease. Tbe ruling figures at the close of buaineaa
wre; uiear nternng mils 7-1 fl!8 per cent, premium;
Bill of Lading Drafts 63a per cent, premium;
Francs 5 31(36.33 per do'. -,. slxty-dty Bills on the
North 3(o)2M per rant, ducvunt; Sight ai percent,
discount. Tbe advance noticed In the Monay mar
ket haa been fully maintained to-day, but there waa
no Increase in the supply of long-dati'd Paper. The
Banks, however, had large offerings, and were
oblfffed to reiect a considerable amount. flanltAll.ta
contend that the rates of Money will become higher,
but the general Impression inclines to lower figures
after the opening of tht new year, if not sooner.''
CINCINNATI MABKKT Deckikbks 29.
FLOOR The market is nnoh&rowl and ateadv.
with a fair demand: sales of 1. ion barrels, at aa aiv
5 40 for superfine, and 15 I05 76 for extra.
vvmon.1 a uuti niarset, ana prices tc. lower:
tales of 1,400 barrels at 32o., Including that from
HOG9-Notwlthsranding the large receipts, the
market was quite firm, and full retm were realised.
The sales were:
160 head averaging m lbs, at..,.. ............ $6 00
6iiO head averaging zoo lbs. at....,............... 6 80
390 head averaging 200 lbs. at..,..........,.,M.. 6 00
500 head averaging 170 lbs. at...,.....,.,..,.. ( 00
200 head averaging J 90 lbs. at...-. S 10
70 bead averaging 200 lbs. et.... .... 6 15
Hogs averaging lXit)l!) pounds were saleable at (A,
and those averaging 300 pounds at $6 06 15, Eeavy
may be quoted at J6 Km 40. The receipts may be
called 12.000 head.
PltOVlblONS-A fair demand for mess Fork at
SIS, with tales of 695 barrels. 300 hhds. bulk Meat
sold, at 66c. for Shouldera, and 7o. for Sides,
packed, and 1110,0011 pounds bulk Meats at 6 and 8c.,
to be delivered In the Utter part of February. 250
barrels Lard sold at 95Kc. anf lnodo. at loo. At tha
close there waa none to be had below loo. 7,000 pieces
green Meats sold at 6o. for Shonldara; S 9-10e. for
Hides, and 7 IM67Mo. for Bams. Nothing done in
OBOOBBIIS-Ths market Isaieadr. at full nrfceai
sales of 60 hhds. Sugar at 8M$8?to.; 100 brls. Molas
ses at 46c., to arrive, and 160 baga Coffee at 1212o.
Molasses Is held more firmly under the advices from
WHEAT-There Is a good demand, and nrlcaa hava
advanced 3c. per buvbeC. We now quote prime white
at $1 351 37, and prime. red at 301 33: sales of
ino bushels prime red at fl 20; 300 do. prime white at
1 36; 860 do. prime red at SI 25, this priee is above
OOBN The market Is firm, with a e-ood demand
at 5U31620J, in bulk.
OATS-Tbe market continues dull, but prioes un
changed: tales of 1,000 bushela,9n bulk, at 48c.; 660
uu. at ,yu.
BYE-Prices are firm at f 1, with an active demand,
and light receipts. . .
BAULKY The market Is dull; butprioes are un
changed. We continue to quote prime fall at 73c,
and fair to good at 6368o, ,
CHEESE The market It firm, with an aotlve de.
mand.et previous quotations: tales of 400 boxes (all
made Western Unserve at 9c.i 100 do. at 9Xo.
BUTTEhV The market is dull and unchanged;
sales of 35 barrels good Central Ohio at l6o.
APPLES The demand continues good, and prices
firm at 11 75(2 76 per barrel.
POTATOB Tbe market Is firm, with a good de
mand M SI 60 per"barrel for prime Neshanocks.
nr.flW.n H h" L' T I rnv- X,. tm .1 .. 1 1 I
have declined to $4 60 per bushel, in sacks: sales of
ii savas, ai. 4 ou.
Nw Toaa Masxh, December 29-P. M. Flonr
very firm and quiet: tales. o( 8,200 barrels, at 15 30
5 25 rorsui erflne State; ti 405 45 for extra Stete;
5 205 30 for aupertlne Western; S5 so for
common to medium extra Western; f5 6Saa 75 fog
inferior to goodahipping brands extra ronnd-boop
Ohio market closing very firm, with no sellers at
the Inside quotations. - Canadian Flour a ehade
better: aalea of 400 barrels at S6 HUM 75 for nnmmon
to onoice oxtra. Bye Flour ia In fair request at
13 76 4 30, w neat quiet ana very firm, oholce Mil
waukie Club held very ttlffiv : sales of 1.3MI bnaham
common Milwaukie Club SI 31. Bye very firm at
OOo. Barley qutetand unchanged; aales of 4,000 bush,
at 80c. for choice State. Oorn is l2o. better: aales
of 3,600 bushels, at 8489o. for new white anu yellow.
Oata aotlve at iOHmSHc tor State, Western aufl Ca
nadian. Whiskv dull and heaw: sains of am hrla.
n. -i-J. cuim umi .uu uwffi Mim wi on uiu- .
B18 0616 13 for mess; til 211 76 for prime. Beef
1 tub j411 V I - nwi 1.1- .
ami ana uncoanKea: tties oi & oris , at oo ior
country prime; p6S 60 for oountry mess; 859 60
ror repecKea mess, ana tnteii ov ior extra mess.
ueei nams nncnangou: sates oi Am pacgagee at am
14 60 for Western. Prime meat Beef nominal at!
(19. Oat Meats unchanged: tales of 75 packages, at
WtfteHo. for Shonlders, and 0H(Hlc. for Hams.
Baobn more active-. SHlnanf ion boxes Western Oum-
berland Mlddlos atSMc ; 10 do. city do. at 8ic; O0
uo. western so., tor January ana seDruary aenvery.
at 8o. Lard dull and heavy: sales of 875 barrels a
WH0Ho. Butter quiet at ll16o. for Ohio, and
inisc. ror state, uneoseateaayat 9u4c. uonon
firm: sales of 1,000 bales. Sugar firm: New Orleans
at 8!4fflH4o.; Muscovado at 88Mo. Molasses firm
at 53.'o. Leather firm. Oils quiet: Linseed at 58
.Wo. Hides firm: Buenos Ayres at 23tra24o. Tal
low: sales of 200,000 ynjunds are reported, the extreme
price being Uo.
Freights dull and declining: on Cotton to Liver
Pkilatjilphi A Maiikst. December 29. Floor is
firm: sales ef 3,600 barrels, at $5 60 for superfine,
and $6A7 36 for extra family and fanoy. Wheat in
good request: sales of red at II 331 15, and white
attl 401 45. Corn declining: sales of 1,000 bushels
prime new yellow at 760. Oata unchanged, W blaky
sells at 26i37io. . .
CiHotriT ConRT.Ia the ease of Joseph B..
Ashforri. whose trial we noticed yesterday, the jnry
returned a verdict of guiltr, after having consulted
for about thirty hours. He was sentenced to one
year in tbe Penitentiary,
Thomas Finley, tried on a oharge of breaking Into
Thomas Boyles's ooafcotlcnerr, was convicted and
sentenced to three years in the Penitentiary. A few
days ago he was sentenced to two years oa another
charge. . . , ,
In the case of the Commonwealth vs. Tulks and
Hammond, the venue was changed to Campbell
County, and the ball of the prisoners fixed at 10,
which has not yet been given, -
Covikotok AMI Lixikotoh Railkjad. The
new Board of Directors sleeted by the old company
assembled at their office In this city yesterday, and
organised by the appointment of Joseph Sbawhan, of
Harrison County, as President, and A. ft. Green, of
Covington, aa Tics President. Appro prliAeoommlt
tees were appointed, and it Is the Intentlan to make
an immediate demand for the books of the company,
now In the hands of Mr. Bowlen and hit agents. In
oase of a refusal to deliver them, legal proceedings
will be Instituted for their reoorery, . , . '
AiaisTiD. The Sheriff yesterday sueeseded
in arresting Nancy Hays, charged as accessory to the
crime ef infanticide, but her daughter and Mrs,
Powell are still noa est. Mrs. H. was released en
Svlng ball In the sum of $600, tar her appearance at
e Circuit Court, when demanded. She will prob
ably aot be tried ilil the next terme w :
-. '. - f ---H 0.1;
i- . -, v ..-via i
V,-., . .- f- ;; ...wawa " v ,
The Ohio at this point was stationary;
retterday. and remained so at dark; tome persons
thinking thsy perceived a very small ru about nine -o
clock in the evening. The foe is atill running, but ...
1? j "?? ewities, and so thin and soft as not to
seriously interpose with navigation.
The weather oontinuss mild for the season, and as .
;SS. J?'ir ta rt?rld rlalna above, with the upper' '
trf hntaries pooring out freely, we have a proapeol of '
T.h. a!5 LD.g J"J,,lrl' yesterday, bat meet I
of the freight offered was for the South. Two boats .
f j5r SW 0rle" eniloue for Memphis, all well
loaded. The rates of freight are as followe? '
Pittsburg-Cotton. 76ej Molaases, 71e. I Whisky .
50c.: Flour, aoc.j Pork aud Uil, alo.: PoanV
Freights, 15o. per lOO lbs. '
Nashville Whisky, per brl.,40o. Ale, SOc.; Pound
Freights, l&20o. per IU0 lbs. round
St. Loula-Heavy Pound Freights, toe. per 100 lbs.:
Whisky and Oil, toe. pec brlffatoves, t&T; Ale, Sol
per brl. - . . -
New Orleans-Whisky and Oil too; Flour, sOe,-. Pork
75c.; Bacon, Butter, Cheese, Ac.; S5o. per 100 lbs.;
Keg Lard, 20CJ Empty Barrels, 26c., Horses, 10 per
bead; Pound Freights. SOo - - . ,
The rivsr at Louisville was elowly but steadily
rising on TVedneeday, with seven feet six Inches
water In the Canal ky the mark oa that evening, and
five feet six Inches water la the past on the Valla.
During the previous twenty-four hours tbe river had
risen three inches at the head of the Falls. The
weather was damp, warm and cloudy, with Indica
tions of rain. The river was full of running ice, but
It waa vary soft and much broken up, and offered but
little impediment to navigation,
iaroaTANT Daoisios UoNiEaaias Faiio.HT.-Br a
recent decision of the Supreme Court of Tennessee,
In the case of the ateamer Qlendale vs. A. Vacearo A
Co., of Memphis, the Court decided that "if goods
are delivered to a drayman, cartman, or anybody
else not authorised by the consignee to receive
tliem, It is at the risk or the carrier; that boats can '
not deposit goods entrusted to them on tbe wharf
without pnblio notioe to the consignee, and be ex
onerated from their liability; but a boat notifying
the consignee will be exempt.
Yesterday's St. Louis Bepublieao observes: i'"
At this point the river Is stationary. It swelled
about three inches from dark on Tuesday evening
u util twelve o'clock veetentav. when it became ata.
tionary. There Is probably fully five and a half feet
in the channel below thia anrt. and wa hava an Bin
of breaking up of the gorge of ice which extenda
from Cairo to Goose Island, a distanoe of forty miles.
T lie boats heretofore reported fast in the gorge are
yet, or oourse.there atill, and none of them are in
ituy danger. The huge field of gorged ice ia atill hold-
a leas, covering neany tne wnoie river aoovs tne
tuotof Carr-street. -
. BTSAiiBOAr asontu.
AaaiVAUI. Brmtnna. Pnrtamnnfth-. OIiIaWa ft. Hi.
rletta; B. B. Hamilton, Wheeling; Jacob Strader.
Louunrllle; Prioress, Madison; Duulelth and Vir
ginia Hime. Neville.
DarABTtmfts.--- Roetona. Portsmouth; Prioress,
Madison; Jaoob Straaei, Jnlsvills; J. W. Cheee
nmu, New Orleans: J. K. BeirTou., UUndale. Mem-
phis; Duulelth and Virginia Horns, Neville. '
NEW AUCTION STORE. I.AAR05,
Auctioneer, Commission Merchant and Land
ft gent. No. 11 East Third-street, between Sycamore
end Main, formerly the old Express Office. The
subscriber begs to acquaint his friends and the pub
lic that he haa opened the above atore, and is now
rady to receive consignments for sale at auction of
ry uooas. urocsnes, morning, Boots ana Shoes,
Furs, Jewelry, Hardware, Qiasa and Crockery Ware,
Household Furniture, Ac.
Also the sale of Real Estate attended to.
laving had manr veara' exserienca In tha ahova
business in the United States aad Canada, he trusts
will be a sufficient guarantee for tbe patronage of
thecltissns of Cincinnati and Its environs.
Out-door tales of Merchandise will be attended to
at the merchants' store, or on the levee.
liiaewiae, saiee oi xtcusenoiu Furniture made at
Liberal advances will be made en all kinds of
goods sent In for actual sale.
neauaw i. a a, hum, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SAXE BY I. AAEON, No.
i luaa. jiuiiui.imfci nw xuaiu, in urvcerv
aud Tea Dealers.-THIS (Friday) MOBNINO, Dec.
31), will be sold at the new Auction Store, without
reserve, tu Dags Java uonee, lu ao, Bio cones, 10 ao.
Roasting Coffee. -
The whole of the above in prime order, just ar
rived from New York. Terms east. Sale com
nicnces at 9)4 o'clock. deSOa
AUCTION SAIE. BY JACOB GRAFF
ft CO.-Furs! Fnrsl Furs I FBIOAT MORN
INO, Dec. SO. Will be sold at X o'clock, at No. IS
Kaet Fourth-street, an Invoice of Ladles' and Oen
tlrmen's Furs. A general assortment of fine quality.
de39 JACOB QBAFF. Auctioneer.
AUCTION 8 At E. BY S. G. BTJB
BABD, at Trade Sale-rooms, No. 31 Weat Fifth
street, up stairs. Hooks. Stationery and Diaries for
lim at Auction. -On FRIDAY KVBMIN6. Dec. 30,
at 7 o'clook, will be sold, by catalogue, to close con
signments, a large and valuable collection of Books,
III an k Books, Memorandums, Diaries, Stationary,
lie., embracing a variety of standard works in va
rious departments of literature, beautifully bound
and illustrated, with many, other articles suitable
for holiday presents.
N. B. Catalogues will be published on Friday
morning, and the goods will be open for examina
tion on Friday until 5 o'clock P. M.
de39b . 8.0.HUBBABD, Auctioneer.
"Tit better to laugh than e sighing."
Presents for the Holidays!
Auction Sale Stupendous!
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102 Fourth-at, oppoalte the Poetoffice.
OF riNI AND BARK GOLD '
vi; ..-'ii ?-!rv From the late firm ef ....
BALL, TIFFANY & DAVENPORT
Importers aad Manufacturers ef For
'' - eln and American Jewelry, 868
r : and 308 Broadway, N.Y
PRKS5ST8 OB THI BOLIDA78, ' i '
PBK8ENT8 FOB TBI HOLIDAYS,.
PRK8KNT8 FOB T
PUKSENT8 FOB T
PttKSKNTS FOB T
II HOLIDAYS, a;
. ; v,r, ... ....Mil
i ' . MOST BBADTIFUL ASBOBTMINT,
' MOt BK AOTIFCL AS80BTMKNT,
.' . j MOST BKADTIFUL assortment,
MOST BEAUTIFUL AUSOBTslENT,
" HOST BKADTIFUL ASSOBTMKNT.
.-. - - :OW '
WATCHKS, DIAMONDS AND BRACELETS,
WATOHES, DIAMONDS AND BB AOS LETS,
WATOHBS, DIAMONDS AND BBAOELBTS,
WATOHES, DIAMONDS AND BBAOBLETS,
WATOHKS! BlAMONDi AND BKAOKLIT8,
PEARLS, OPALS AND BVBIBS,
. , PEARLS, OPAL8 AND RUBIES,
. PEARLS, OPALS AND BUB I ICS,
.' PEABL8, OPALS AND BJJBIB8,
., , . PEARLS, OPALS AND BCBIXS,
OOBAL8. MOSAIC AND TOBQBOIS,
CORALS MOSAIC AND TOgJ UOIB, : . 3
OORALS, MOSAIC AND TOBt COI8, ;
OOBAL8, MOSAIC AND TOKt UOI8, i
OJRkLS; UOSAIU AND T0RQUO1S,
ii,- ) , OABBCN0LK8, AMITHI8T8 A TBURTILE
, ' CARBUNCLES, AMITHI8TS A TRU8TILE
' -; CABBUNOLBS AMITHI8T 8 A TBU8TILE
' ; CABBUNOLBS AMITHISTS A TBU8TILB
' CABBUNOLBS, AMITHISTS A TBOBTILE
SETS FOB THB MILLION, :
SETS FOB THB MILLION, ,. .
SETS FOB THB MILLION, '
SETS FOB THB MILLION, '
SETS FOB THS MILLION,
AND BBACTJL8 TO MATCH,
AND BBAUTBLS TO MATCH,
, . AND BBACTEL8 TO MATCH,
AND BBACTELS TO MATCH,
AND BBACTELS TO HATCH,
JEWELRY OF K7KBY DESOBIPTION, ,
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESOBIPTION,
JEWELSt OF IYXBY DESOBIPTION.
JEWELRY OF EVEttY DESCRIPTION,
JEWELBY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, !
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1 -: MAGNIFICENT A BEOHIBOBB PATTEBNI,
-MAGNIFICENT RECHERCHE PATTERNS,
MAGNIFICENV A BECBEBOHK PATTERNS,
' MAGNIFICENT A BSCHEBOHB PATTERNS,
, MAGNIFICENT A KICHKB0U1 PATTERNS,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION, ,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION, ! , ,
GOODS NOW ON EXHIBITION,
GOODS NOW OM EXHIBITION,
GOODS MOW OH EXHIBITION,
LADIES AB1 INTITED TO CALL,
LADIES AbIB ir
INVITED (TO CALL,
LADIESwAB IgXiif S 12 . .
AOlEo AKB in L1 "V. L'i V.tVV
ADIEU ABE 1NYITED TO CALL,
ALL OOO P8 WABBANTED ! j v 'r ,,
ALL GOODS WARRANTED . ,
ALL GOODS WABBANTED .i - , ; N
ALL GOODS WABBANTED .
ALL GOODS WABBANTED
AB BEFRISENTED AT TIME OF SALE,
AS BKPHVESENTED AT TIME OF SALE,
- - AS BEPBJCSENTED AT TIME OF BALE.
; AS BEPB.KSXNTED AT TIME OF SALE,
' ' A3 BEPBEBENTBD AT TINE OF BALE.
BALES POSITTTK. . '.
SALES POSITXYK. . '
BALES POSITrVB. ' ' ' "
SALES POSIT-IYE. N-l.-'U -.
SALJ8 POSlXiYE, , , 1
4el9g : '' '''iiinii riif pry inm Aielgnee.
INK OLD WINKS AND1 BBANDIB8
IfOB THE HOLIDAYS. A large supply of va-
rtona deatrtstions cf old Wines and Brandies, at
i 6s24 ' Ooraeref plaU awl Ytae-ttrssts.
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