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WANTED.
WANTBD A SITTJATION-B a mM-dl-aj?ed
My, In an Asylum or Seminary, a
Matron or Housekeeper. Beat or references given
and liberal compensation expected. Address L.
W.,Penny Press OtBoe. ' )a2aw
WANTED G I R L S Two good rest
bHton kid on to oook and but. Inauir
Immediately at Mo. 178 BIchmond-strast. j".b
ANTED A COLORED WAITER To
. ,.tolfr? of Dinlng-room-on that
;,,2h!o,i',Alu'!",. AaVtodo."".
Mid build l it. Apply at louth-WMt corner of glfth
and Broadway. dSI-b
VANTED MELODEON To rent or
vya3!itt t?V 'tT Melodoon. Address
I. r.W., Cincinnati P. 0. deb
XTANTED Rollable help for situations
of any kind can always b had at a moment'!
notice, by applying at No. 0 Beat Tbird-treet, base
tueut atory, next to Adama' Bxpreaa office. Mo
onerge to servants. , deJlam
"ANTED Clcrki, book-keeper, sale!
men, bar-keepers, porter, ooopera, oarpen
ten, mechanics, laborer and others, can Ond situa
tion at the Merchant' Oierk Registry Office, US
Walnnt-atreet. - 3awl HALB ACQ.
WANTED M E N A Urge number of
active, Industrious men ean And agreeable
and at the name time lucrative employment In the
ale of tome new and popalar Book and Hap.
Tbeae work are written by the beet hiatoriani and
author known to the oivilized world ; hence their
popularity. Come and examine for yourselves be
fore engaging In the aal of other publication.
. TttAOB, B. BABNIT2, Publlher,
deStf M West Fourth-tercet, OlnclnnatL
FOB SALE.
FOR SALE-Two COTTAGES, In CoYing
iniion, Ky on Bsnk Llck-etreet, between
Eleventh and Twelfth-all In good order. Will rent
for tl per month. Will be old low for cash. In
quire on the promtie. . . d80d
BOARDING.
0 ARDIN 0 A handsomely furnished
front room, with boar', on aVorfh-itreet,
within a few minutes' walk of the Postofflo. Alao
two day-boarder. Addree W. 0. 8., at thi office.
Qaab .
BOARDING Two or three quiet, well-dii-pod
gentlsmenTjan obtain a pleasant room,
with good board, in a private family, where a few
seleat boarders are received, at Mo. 107 Longworth
street, near Plum. Term moderate. do30o
BOARDING A few gentlemen oan be ac
commodated with board and lodging, alio a
few day-boarders, at Mo. M West Oourt-atreet, be
tween John and Western-row. detOo
LOST.
TWO ONE DOLLAR BILLS On the 29th
Inst. The under will oblige by returning the
(cm at lot Main-street. de31- b
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT ROOMS Several comfortable
Boom to rent; Will be rented to rait fam
ine, and on reasonable term. Apply at Ne. 16
, Beat Third-street, jtjD
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
Apply on Ih premises. No. 237 Broadway,
laitr
TRIOR RENT TWO ROOMS AND A
js. ttiTUUSSM-un the nnt floor. InauireetNo.
467 Ninth-etreet, west of Harriet..
deJl-b
MUSICAL.
31ENTERS
'MASONIO QUICK-STEP1
Arranged for Piano, by PBOT. B QUIRE. With a
beautllnl Lithograph of the New Masonlo Bnllding.
Jut published by JOHN CHURCH, JR.,
deal te West fourth-street.
ItfUSIOAL INSTRUMENTS CHEAPER
A-vj. to as ever, (treat sacrifice c
m u.i.j.... Yrj-i
i iajin , uciuueuui , f luiunueuua
Violin, Guitars, Banjo Htrings.Trim
nlntrs. sc. durlne the Holidays
Selling at 100 per cent, less than an
other House in thiscity, and aril-class Instruments
at that. Do nut bur an Instrument until you bare
called at Mo. 297 Fifth-street, aeoond door east of
Plum, south aide. BRITIING A BBO.,
Piano Maker, and Dealer in First-clans Instru
ment. ("eJltf
AUCTION SALES
NEW AUCTION STORE. I. AARON,
Auctioneer, Commission Mebant and Land
Agent, No. 11 East Third-street, between Sycamore
'and Main, formerly the old Express Offioe. The
subscriber beg to acquaint bia friends and the pub
Ho that he ha opened the a bo Ye store, and I now
ready to receive consignments for sale at auction of
Dry Goods. Groceries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Fur, Jewelry, Hardware, Glaa and Crockery Ware,
Household Furniture, Ac
" Alao the sale of Heal Estate attended to.
Having had many years' experience in the above
business In the United State and Canada, he trusts
will be a sufficient guarantee for the patronage of
the citisen of Cincinnati and it environ.
Outdoor sale of Mtrchandise will be attended to
at the merohants' stores, or on the levee.
Likewise, sale of Household Furniture mad at
private dwelling.
Liberal advance will be mad on all kind of
good sent in for actual sale.
de30aw I. AABON, Auctioneer.
Excelsior
PARAFFINE OILS!
j?0R BURNING AND LUBRICATING,
Free from Offeusive Odor, at
No- &"7
Walnut-street, Cincinnati, O.
W INVITE A" COMPARATIVE TRI
AL with any manufacturing establishment
B America. - - I
r We warrant our Oil to be eaual, If not stipe
lor. to any In the mat ket.
Mr We Invite those in the oity and vicinity to
call and examine for themselves.
W Bo persons ordering from a distance, satis
faction guaranteed in all case. Addree
V. K. H AHKIN, Agent, or
. A. G. UODGUM, Treasurer.
- Kanawha 0. 0. 11. Oil Man. Co.,
de28 87 Walnut-street, Cincinnati.
930. $30. $30. $30.
MOORE'S
thirty-Dollar Double Look-Stitch
FMrnfNGiiniis
BBOUBID BY BKCKNT LKTTKB8 FATKBT.
THIS MACHINS HAS . BEEN PRO
NOUNOED by all eomweteat Jndgea, wh
hava seen it, to be the best and moat desirable Fam
ily Sewing Machine ever Introduced, reaardleas
f price. It will ew all kind of family good,
from the very thickest to the very finest nbrica made,
: and use all kind of thread, from No. 8 to 200.
No oil la ased n top af the Machine.
Bend for a oircular, or call and e It in operation.
Opon early application, State and County Blghtsmaj
be secured.
Ad energetlo penon can make a fortune In a short
time. Agent wanted In all unsold territory.
II. V. BUHTAIANs
Sc le and exclusive agent for the Cnitd States,
aeEHfmt 9fi Wert Fourth-street. OlnclnnatL
PATENT MACHINE-MADE ' PAPER
B AG8, for Grocer, Druggist. Tea Dealers and
frtbsrt, made from extra Quality of Wrapping, Ua
lU34Whit Tea Paper. ,
. NOAM No. 1 Wrapping and Manilla;
. :.. SUO.OOO No. 1
0,0W) ho. I .
: ko.ooo Mo. i '
auu,uuuHo. e
ioo.onoNo. g
200,000 Mo, 10 ', : v1"
too,oooNo. 13 c-, . " , . ,
MOO No. IS '' : .
, 100,090 N,U
200,000 No. . i . ,
" , 100,0(10 No. X
100,000 No. l White Tea Bag;:
100,000 No. I ,
100,000 No. I - . .. ; '
Th above are put up In paokage of 600 bag each.
W are manufacturing from sixty to aeventy-BTe
thousand Bag per da?
ai&us s unaif tstuif,
Paper Bag Manufacturer, ' ,
otesale Faner Dealer.
77 and 79 Walnut-etreet.
Vyvbere in the city. Oil Colored Photograph
iWures neatly,et in Lockets, Breast-pin, finger,
ring and Uraoclet. AU work warranted.
. p0j-r A. 8. BLOOM. Artist.
Osfk CARTOONS OF CHILDREN'S
:t M-" Borooi).beeled Boat!
. U0 cartoon of Children's Fanoy-heeled Boot; '
pairs of Wvomo' Pegged Goat Boot, otom'
inad, at 7t ant a pair. . v ;
Bin ttoni and forfl tf
"Vi V - -k- .And Wl
I'fr V 0M . .
HARRISOJT & COLLINS'
- CENTRAL BEE-HIVE GALLERY, eor
If 1 Viner or fifth and Western-fow. Photograph,
-. ilnotvae and Ambrotvnea Uken ihiwr ttian
JOHNOAHIL1,
, Pearl -ttreat.
n.
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THE PRESS.
MONDAY.
..JANUARY i)
9 Don't forget , tnat the Penny
Preu la the medium through which to
make known your wanti! Advertiae
menta of Ave llnea and less, Inserted
twice for twenty-are cental
M i .Ls;,....V!JuIj .1 : '
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Tft J iS 8nt h ml:
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10 11 ; . a n 16 as ST H IS .
Apr. "i "il'i "i '' 't (W ... "i "t "i "i Ti ' .
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Hiiiiunna. is it sis n a
,; MjaPiiioj SHsaniis !
v 1
jarPenny Pren to be had every
morning at the Counting-room door.
Only one cent.
CITY NEWS.
ExiaiTicu. The cold, liy freezing u
inpplr of water and ?u Teiterdaw ant
ip our
d last
sight, itrloojly interfered with our newt and
prati room, and go retarded their nneratlnrs
that we eonld not make up the Faisi ai we
deiired. Ourreaderg, therefore, will please
ezonie ihort-oomings. ,
HTirgTgiL.Jfifty marriage license" were
issued by the Clerk of the Probate Court du
ring the week, ending on Saturday last, against
forty-nine during the week previous.
A Yin's BusiHiss or A Justioi or thi
Piaoa. During the year, ending on Saturday
last, Justloe Rowekamp, of this oity, tried 1,019
olril cues, took S33 affidavits for State war
rants, married 100 couples, and eolleoted $39,
612 24 on 1,442 oases, only 22 were appea'ed
to the Court of Common Pleas. -
A Niw Audit io to thi Clibioil Coara or
TBI Out. We are gratified to be able to in
form those of ourroadtrs who are interested
in the matter, that a letter has been received
In this elty slating that Rer. E. T. Robinson,
of Rochester. New York, haa nnnnlniUil ti
eept the eall tendered him by the members of
i. . Tit j .i . t . - . M. - ,
iuo uiuui-iireei oapuBt unuron. '
PlOOMDIrTOS OP THI CotJHTT CoMMISSIOKIBS.
At the regular session of the Couuty Commis
sioners, held yesterday morning, orders were
passed amounting, in the aggregate, to
$2,608 62, of whioh the greater part was to
the oity papers for printing, the Delinquent
List. No other business of Importance was
transaoted. ,
Amount or Ftis Colliotid it thi Polioi
Codrt Drama Dscsubsb During the month
ending on Saturday evening, the amount of
fines oollsoted at the Polioe' Court was $1,259
81, from the following sources: .
City cues gs,7 14
8 -it oases.. ,.M..,.H.m.,-,.-, toj )j
Total (less dlioount on nnenn-ent money,)l,lW Bl
AOCIDMT OR THI OHIO alO MlSsIBSIPM
RiiLioiD. A freight train on the Ohio and
Mississippi Railroad eomiog East, while cross
ing the Musoatalse Bridge, east of Vernon,
broke through, and some seven or eight loaded
ears were preolpitated into the stream. The
engine passed safely over, but the weight of
the train was too heavy for the bridge. The
struoture was of two hundred and ten teet
span, and the loss must be very considerable.
Uxrain Lirrasa. The following Is a list of
letters detained for non-payment of postage at
the Postoffioe, in this oity, January 1:
John YanyanrJCaq.., Blchmond, Ind.
Benj. Htinson, Esq., St. bonis, Mo.
Messrs. Geo. i 0h J. Merriam, Springfield, Uses.
Messr. J. A A. Petrie A Co , New York.
D. Pott, Iiq., Woodsford, Ohio.
Oha. B. Poirg, Nnevitas, Onba.
0. 0. Ludwig, Esq., Hamilton, Ohio.
Mrs. Anna 3. Thomas, Oolumbus, Ga, .
DlBTBIBUTIOR or PlIHTINQS BT LOTTgRY.
The drawings for Beard's colleotlon of Paint
ings, took place on Saturday night last at
WlswsU's. About fifty of the ticket-holders
were present, and the result was as follows;
No. 648 drew "Landscape;" No. 981 drew
"Horning, Noon and Night;" No. 983 drew
"Terrier Dogs;" No.1,998 drew "Game Pieoe:"
No. 810 drew "Boy's Delight;" No. 598 drew
"News Boy;" No. 1,030 drew "Hawkj" No. 88
drew "Day Dream;" No. 658 drew "Parmer's
Boy."
' A Hasdsojii Pbibikt Will Msbitid. The
mploya in the pipe-shop of Miles Greenwood's
Works, last evening presented to Mr. William
A. Beard, general Clerk of the establishment,
an elegant gold pen and penoil-oase, and a pair
of gold spectacles In a highly-carved silver
ease, with an appropriate Inscription engraved
upon it, expressive of the regard of the doners.
These artioles from Beggs A Smith's jewelry
store, were unexpected tokens, which ean not
but be gratifying to the recipient, oonveying
to him the evidenoe of the great esteem in
whloh he is held by hla friends and daily as
sociates. Thi Niw-PihaliCittPbiboit. The Prison
Committee of the City Counoll held a meeting
yesterday afternoon, at the Council Chamber,
and it was announced that the new Female
Oity Prison, in the Third Ward, would be
ready for occupancy seme time during the
present week. It will oontaln but one cell,
which will be ufW only for disorderly and
refractory persons. The propriety of employ
ing a regular physician for the prison, or call
ing in on to each case, was disoussed, and
the matter Anally referred to a oommlttee, as
was also the applications of several females
desirous of the position of matron. ,
ATaio or GAHBLiu Hsavjlt Fiiid. A
pair of bucolio Buokeyes,who eame to the city
on Friday last, met a party of men at th
Gat House, and, after some conversation,
were induced to visit a gambling-house on
Tine-street, known as the Flora Temple. Here
they became engaged in a game known as
three card monte, and in a short time were
relieved of all their funds. Feeling satisfied
they had been cheated, they caused the arrest
of the men, who were confined for the night
In the Ninth-street Station-house. On Sat
urday morning they were taken before the
Polioe Court, where they gave their names as
Charles Patton, X. H. Bllas, and Bphraim
Holland. - After a hearing of the ease, Judge
Lowe fined them each $100 and costs. ; k . . . .
. Miirrie or thi Piomiii Asbooutioh
Iliotio or OrrioiM. The Pioneer Associa
tion held their regular meeting for 1 the elec
tion of Officers Saturday evening, In th Of
fice of the City Clerk. The following gent'e
men were chosen for the ensuing year:
President Colonel John Johnston.
Vioe-Presideut Thomas Henry Teatmaa.
Recording Secretary Stephen Wheeler. -
Assistant Secretary Caleb E. Greene.
Corresponding Secretary Wm. P. Strat
ton. . .... . -- '
Treasurer Adam N. Riddle. -Bxeouttve
Committee Eden B. Reader,
Joseph Fenooast,' Isaao McFarland, John
Jackson, and James Onv - . . -Chaplain
Rev. Samuel J, Brown. V "'
Sergeeni-at-Arms William Moody. 1 :: "
The Association agreed to oslebrate appro
priately theeomlng 7th of April the seventy
ceoend anniversary of the first settlement of
Ohio,
'5-
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Destructive Fire Yesterday Afternoon
on Walnut-street—Loss $25,000.
About one o'clock yesterday afternoon, a
fire broke ont In the four-story building No.
85 Walnut-street, oocup(od In the lower story
by James Bradford as a burr mill-stone and
bolting-cloth warehouse, and in the upper
part by MoGown A Sharp as a leather-belting
and hose manufactory . - The fire originated In
the aeoond atory, but it cause can not be
definitely ascertained. The loss to Mr. Brad
ford will probably reach $5,000, upon which
there Is no insurants, while that of Messrs.
McGown A Co.'s shop will not be less than
$8,000, upon whioh there Is an Insurance In
the Eagle Company of $3,800.
.The flames spread to the building No. 07,
occupied by David Mills as a liquor ware
bouse, but the loss will not probably be more
than $1,000, which was fullr Insured. The
buildings above named were the property of
nenry nanna, wnose loss will amount to
$8,000, which ii fully oovered by insurance.
The roof and fourth story of the building No.
04, wnicn was occupied by Hawks Berk
shire, were entirely destroyed.
. It is owned by a man named Kingsbury,
wuorosiae in Hamilton, and the ion will be
nearly 1,000. The loss to the occupants of
me ounaing wm reeon a similar amount, but
do m me enudinc and content! were fully m
sued. Considerable damage was done by the
water with whioh ,the buildings were com
pletely deluged, and the entire damage, whioh
is about $25,000, la much smaller than it
would have been with any less efficient Fire
Department than that of which our city may
prouaiy ooasi.
ViXUATioK or Rial Ectati Ohio. We
publish herewith the total abstract of the
valuation of the real nronertv In Ohio, as
sessed In the year 1859, eompared with the
equalised valuation of 1853, prepared for the
use of the Bute Board of Equalisation by the
auauor oi outtet
mul rioriiiT rot ii nrii, ea
"umber of acre of land 13,314 S30
Valuation of land...-.......... ..J8 86
Arerage Valuation of land per aor..M. IT
Valuation of buildings, Ao J0.510 833
iuunuuu.ui jauus, lucmuing DUitumg,
Ao...........,.-.......,.,.......... 4(3,128 637
Average Tnination, per acre, of land, in
cluding Ottlldiugs....,..,....,..... 19 4J
eial raorurr wtowii, oitim, ao,
Valuation of lot in town, cities, Ao... .. $83,140 129
iwuauvB oi umiumgs in sown, oitie,
o.................,...............,..,......, j 034 411
Valuation of lot and building In town,
cities, Ac..................... .. 148,4M 03t
Aggregate Tarnation of taxable real prop
erty Id each county, under appraisement
. of 1S49 .......... 041,033 571
Aggregate raluetlon of taxable real pro
perty in each oounty, as equalized in
I8S3....TO...... ..,.......... 858,735,842
Increase of valuation of 18S over that of
1853 ........ 89,418,994
Net incrttasfuHMM M 2,868,029
Decrease of valuation of 1869 from that of
i IU63..,.m.... (,898,968
bcal raoriaTT ixsmft raon taxation,
Lots In towns and cltles.....,...,. f 2 010,448
Buildings In town and oitec,
8,3l,43)
Liana not in towns, Ac...
Hnlldinas not in towna. Ac.
4.9H9.703
Value of exemption in Btate,
K,870,8M
OBBOaiPTIOH AID AMOUNT OF TAXAILI LAIDB AS
ascirtaiiud in 1869.
Number of acre of arable or plow lands... '
Number of acre of meadow or pasture
lends............................., ..(..(...,...
Number of acre of uncultivated or wood
,312,tW
1,712,898
19,143,809
28,314,280
avesaoi valus ran aoii.
TJnder appraisement and equalization of
lose-....
Under appraisement of 1939.,
17 08
19 48
14 4
iocraa per cent..,
ClTT EXFINMTOBEB DOBIRO TBI LAST TlR
Months. The following exhibit, taken from
the books in the office of the City Auditor,
show the expenses of the city duriog th ten
montns enumg on Saturday last I
Watch aaflonnfc.
,.4 -'l,! 82
..... Ib4,98l 83
Interest account I ( as
uif lib Bocounc .,...
Hupe'lor Conrt oouant.
W..rlr.hn.iM .nn
24,831 li
9,170 78
189 18
88,163 A3
3;Wo 41
8 712 80
17,0 0 Ol
Fir- Department Hccouiit
rficwion-n acconni.,.a..
Hi it If 1(10 sTttnfl antinnnr
Flo ting I fcbt ocount...'!..
a wun nuwu)..4M.M..s..M.M.e O.WO W
City Priion co on at... 12 78 16
Oleaoiog itreaci. mMMMM...,M... ........ M,1ft9 6i
8,0 48
18,932 98
8.6(17 28
1,083 67
778 84
14,445 70
6,688 16
416 81
2,45(1 73
2,886 00
143 78
989 37
2,289 98
4,041 04
2,724 74
4,311 29
4,777 11
2,944 70
4,447 37
4,680 89
' 1,483 78
2,219 90
650 00
12,068 26
3,165 00
3,010 15
165 53
1,000 00
18,000 00
6,439 44
Kepalring streets
Biaewaias ............m..,..,......,..
wwen ana ourreru
Bridge...
wnan-ooai,ao.
(Jltr Building and'Tot"
i-u oito omcee...
Major's office .,
Tpaaurer a office,,....
(lonncil and Ulerk
DommiHlonar..
jungineers,
Printlnlr .
Election .
Fee of Oounty Cfflcors.......
u.situ.uniuuieaii
a uagmenia ........m...,
Damages......
Bills Payable
Returned Assessments.,...,.
Washington Square ...........
Incidental!
Total,
..$574,180 89
neeae Me
Muting or thi Hamilton County Divo
OBatio Bxiounva Covhittii. The Demo
crats Executive Committee of Hamilton
Oounty met on Saturday morning, at the of
floe of the Secretary, J. Bell Poll ook, the Pres
ident, 0. JT. W. Smith occupying th Chair.
On motion, it was resolved that the Demo
crat! of the Eighth Ward be authorised to sleet
another delegate on Tuesday evening, January
8, 1860, the polls to open at seven and olote at
eight o'olock.
Mr. J. J. Livingston, of the Fifth Ward, in
troduced a resolution to refer the election of
delegate baok to the Ward, which, after a
statement on the part of Mr. Halpln, of the
illegality of the late eleotion in that Ward, was
adopted by a vote of ten to six.
The following resolutions were then passed
in regular order, and the Committee ad
journed: Bttolvtd, That the special election ordered
in tbe Fifth Ward be held on Tuesday, Janu
ary 8, 1860, at the engine-house on Vine
street, between Court and Canal-streets, the
polls to open at twelve o'clock, M., and close
at two o'olock, P. M.
Setohtd, That an eleotion be held in the
Eleventh Ward, on Tuesday evening, Janu
ary 8, 1860, the polls to open at seven and
close at eight o'clock, P. M.
Solvtd, That the offloers of the Committee
issue certificates to the delegates elected.
Dbstrcotivi Fibi Loss, Savin Thousand
Doi.labs.--A fire broke out about three
o'olock, on Saturday afternoon, in the Matoh
Factory of Baldwin k Kennedy, No. 40 East
Eighth-street, which, before the flames could
be extinguished, damaged the building to the
amount of two thousand dollars. The house
was the property of Catherine Seabole, and
waa fully covered by insurance. The loss to
the occupants will probably reach $6,000, but
upon this there was no Insurance whatever.
Within the eighteen months last past, Mesau.
Baldwin at Kennedy have been burnt out
three times, and their loss la each Instance
has been considerable.
During the progress of the lire the senior
member of the firm, in attempting to save
some valuable -papers, fell down stairs, and
beside otherwise seriously Injuring himself,
badly fractured his leg. The acoldent will
con line him to the house for a f yjaudarable
length of time.
' ATTinmp Suioidi nr a 8tation-housi. A
man named William Whitten, who, In com
pany with bis wife, had been arrested for an
ault and battery and committed to th
Pearl-street Station-house, attempted suiolde
on Saturday ntgbt by hanging himself to the
bars of his eell. He was discovered, however,
and relieved from his position in time to save
the life whioh he seem to think, and prob
ably with some degree of truth, not worth the
having. - -. r
Mario iolooioal Obsibvationb For the
Away JPrem, by Henry Ware, Optician, No. 7
West Fourth-street, January 1: . ; ; ' ', '.
O'olock. . Barometer. Thermometer.
t A. M. .. ......W.M ' Below aero-8
It M ., W.8W ' Above ero4
83?. Mi, , m HiiiW si , Abov aro e
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AMUSEMENTS.
. '..Pixi'g Opiia-hodbi. MiDscitnia Hioai'a
paaix, to eminently successful at the Opera-honse
-jui iu; tuv fhi wwa, wm vm repeated evory evenlog
during ih coming week. It i admirably put upon
the stage, and enacted in exoellent style. Iif th
hmjiuk paru, --j-uc, "uueron, ntauia, "The,
us." "Bottom," "Hermla," "Lysaoder" and "D8,
m etnas." we nan already snohen of the niiM.r,
wen also. To be appreciated, the spectacle must be
seen; and we hop it will continue to draw, a it baa
uwi, iuiwhi lull uuueee.
Wood's Tbbatbb. John Broutrham'a
laughable burleson of Pooaboptab in connection
with the msgnlacent Oriental spectaola of Blob
Baaan will be produced this evening at Wood'.
Both these piece hare been gotten up with test and
care, and deserve to be teen by our laughter-loTlng
citizen. The performance will close with th farce
ui ii AiuToa AtjToa, in wnion air. utena will ap
pear. .,
National Thiatsb, One of the'most sift.
ed artiste on any stage Jean Marie Davenport will
appear this evening at the National as ''Charlotte
tiorday" In the well-known historical drama of that
name, id ne uramauo nrmament Slles IMvenport
bins brightly a Oapella from the Northern akr
.k-B A.ln. V. . .. 1. . 1 1. - m 1.1, -
Sbs I chaste, finished and ffrmnefnl In hi Rutm.
merits; her reading is distinct, her voice sweet, and
th word of her -author fall like mellifluous music
from her lips, while every passion they express 1
picinreu in oer not anu represented In her gesture.
The character of "Charlotte Ocrday" is one In which
nor puwer ai au arusie is mown to an excellent ad
vantage, and we hope to see her greeted to-night b )
...v.- wmuj.-u.hi aw wim uer mens.
Robbibt or tbi PosTomoi bt Jovsnilv
Thiivu. Abont the tima nf th
the St. Louis Mall on Friday night, a little
wj ess uisoovera prowling about to en
trance to th distrihntlnir nunis nf IS. P.,.
offioe, and, as for some time past letters have
been rifled, he was arrested. On Saturday he
pomtea out anoiner, an outer Doy, aged about
fifteen Venn, ronlrlinu In Tfmnir -.U i. ..ij
to be the leader of the party, and who wag also
taken into custody. ' ,
Ha acknowledges that he Is one of a gang
who for gome weeks past have been in the
habit of slyly entering the distslbutlng rooms
uy iuiui, siuuus we ume oi me amvai of tne
Western mall. Whan tha aitAntinn nf tha am.
ployees was attracted outside, and secreting
themselves among the mail-bagi, till a fa-
voraDie opportunity presented it, when they
would seise a package of tetters, and make
their ascan
The pair will be examined this
- ,L .
morning before one of the Commissioners oi
toe uniteaoiaies.
Abbist or an Allioid Bobolab. Officer
uook arrested a man named Mlohael Fortune,
but who represents himself as Charles Wilson,
on Saturday last, at a boarding-house oppo
site the Little Miami Railroad Depot, havlog,
as he thought, sufficient reason to believe the
fellow to hava been engaged in some of the
numerous burglaries that have recently been
committed. A couple of oarpet-sacks, one of
which belongs to James Early, also arrested,
were in his possession, and they were found
to contain a number of false keys, a "jimmy,"
an "outsider," and several other implements
of this nature. . He was committed to the
Ninth-street Station-home, and will be ex
amined on Wednesday next before ths Polioe
Court. There seems to be little doubt that
the suppositions of the officer are well founded,
and that be is one of the well-known, but
almost deftmot, Mulholland gaug.
Polios Cotjbt. A session of the Police
Court was held yesterday evening, whloh oc
cupied about an hour. Twenty-five easts
were examined by Judge Lowe, but most of
them were very trivial in their nature and un
worthy of notice.
A fellow named James Early, who escaped
from Jail some time ago, while under an in
dictment for grand larceny, was arrested on
Sixth-street on Saturday last, with a bolt ot
muslin, supposed to hava been stolen, In his
possession. Be was oommitted to await an
examination on Wednesday next.
William aid Mary Whitten were sentenced
to pay the costs for an assault and batter;
upon Aon Biohardson, with whom they had
formerly been quite intimate) but kiodnass
made them enemies, and a marriage gift,
brought a plague on both their houses..
Piisow, Jail and Hobmtal. In the City
Prison, at the olose of the week, there were 139
prisoners, (So of them females,) against 131
the previous week. During the wek 68 pris
oners were discharged.
In the County Jail there were 7 lunatics;
23 females; 4 on bread and water; lSonohaln
gang; 68 In main Jail HI in all, against 120
the week previous.
At tbe Commercial Hospital 31 persons were
admitted during tha week: 37 diaoharffail! n
born, and 1 died Jaoob Boehl.
in tne Hospital last evening 156 patients
were under treatment, aeainat 1 73 th nntvinm
week.
At the close of the weak than v mi.
of small-pox in the Pest-house.
A Sad Cass. An OppnuTTtwrnv
Bkmsvolent. A man named Saunders, with
ms wue anu two onudren, arrived in this city
last evening, penniless, semi-starved and half
dead with the asue. Thav wnn taken tn fh.
Hammond street Station-house, and cared for
oy toe omcers; but tney are In the most
unfortunate condition, and really, from their
appearance, a party of the most sympathy and
aid-deserving persons we have seen for some
" Auey are on vneir way to ironton, where
they hare relatives and friends, and as they
hare alreadv resided In that nlaim. it nrnh.
able) that after arrMnir ttian th sill ha oM
to live quit comfortably.
An Orriaia fiiarnnr.v T.ino.n Whii
Officer Steiner was engaged last night in an at-
uit hi arrest weu-anown roway, named
i ,i iva. us was s true a on tne neaa oy a
bowlder thrown hw that imtlwilni .A
riously injured that he had to be carried to his
resilience, ai ii not Known exactly to what
extent he is Injured, but it must have been
Quite a severe blow, for ha waa knnnb nil annaA.
less, and for some time his heavy pulse was
uiv umy aign given oy wnion nis iriends might
know he lived. Duffey was subsequently ar
rested and eommittnd tn tha TTamn,
Station-house, whence he will be taken to the
rouce uourt mis morning. -
flTAfrmm A VRa Panaimw flAYiBw T. V.A-
ward Orapsey, Esq., the obliging Clerk of the
Probate Court, we are indebted for th follow
ing exhibit of the business of that tribunal for
UV J Wl 1DVI
Marriage license issued,
.3,42
. 889
. m
,. ISO
Aliens naturalised
ui.oa.n u.,u,niivu,miH,H,
Guardianships granted
nuiuiuubratiuns graniea..M..M.......H....t -.
Wllla nrnhatun ""
Slaves mandpted..JZ;i;rZ!.,ZIZ'.'Z
1711
11
187
7t
remions to sell land filed ...
Case of Insanity docketed
laXeT " eesigumens tunuer utw Of April
DlDIOATIOS 0 TOS Niv MiDlma nutn
The new Mission Chapel, on Pine-street, near
Clark, in oharm of tha riinninnatl T.alo.'
Home Mission Sooiety, was opened for the
nrsc time yesterday morning. The dtdioatory
sermon was preached by Bishop Morris, a:
eleven o'olock, while the remainder of the day
was taken up by , the following exercises)
Meeting of the Sunday-school at two o'clook;
sermon bv Rev. Qanrira IT Rnhln ATI . t til M.
o'olook, and preaching In themning at seven
o'olock by Bev. S. L. Your tee.
TTw Taia's Tn.iinw will ho k..J
New Tear's) and the banks, Merohants' Ex
change, publio offices and libraries, telegraph
sfflesi. with moat nf tha wht.ul
of the retail houses, will be olosed. The ner-
- t - 1 . . , i.i-r . . . .
enuiai oors oi maaing "new lear g calls
will, of course, be largely praotleed; but a we
are not to be of tha visitor or vlaited. v t,.n
not complain. We of the Paiss, anxious to
keep our readers well-advised, will Issue to
morrow as nsual.
PaiSONAi. Mr. fiharlai P.lt.n nl.rV n .
Fifth-street Dry Good Store, requests us to
say that he is nut the Charles Patten who wae
fined In the Police Court, on Saturday last, for
gambling. - ,
f - a . 1 . i ! ,.
FMNOH-ENaLISB. The most amnstnir man
in th worldlsFrnohman In spaMiou "By
gar, you eall my vife a woman-two three sev
eral times once more, an' I vlll call you the
vetch-house, and blow out your brains like a
candle." -1; . i :i-
NEWPORT NEWS.
A If bobo Pbossn to Dbatb We learn thai
on Friday night last a negro, named "Tom,"
belonging to Samuel Mayhew, who resides
near Aagusta, Braoken County, waa froaen to
death while on his return home from this
city. Be had a wagon loaded with provisions
and irhisky, aod having Imbibed quite freely
of the latter, when near home, determinbg to
enjoy iu delioious flavor longer, hitched bis
horses to the fence and oommeneed drinking
in real earnest. Between Are within and sold
witnout, no soon beeam unconscious of th
outer world, and entwtnad in th nir u.
pheue he "shuffled off this mortal coil," being
uHsiou, w nope, to tne lana wnere "good
"flS01" o. , ,
I. O. O. F.-At a regular meeting of North
i ij T ' Rowing persons were
r:r uie anraing term: Jii. faget,
f ' rl7 Vl A- ellyf R.
8-J J. Q. Collins, P. S.j C. P. Buchanan, T.
o vuuus luawiiatioB or ne aoove named of
fleers will take place at the Odd Fellows' Hall,
on Tuesday evening next, at half-past seven
V VIVVaV '
COVINGTON NEWS.
TBI I.AW Vtnr i.in iw mam 1).
Jubticb. On Friday last a man named Wm.
"' aw pocKes pioxea ana suaaenij
relieved of tsa in
- -w-- "vuvi waa a HV USIU UT
foma ihuDar who u nrnwiin ill ATI ( tltaa
oourt room, ready, by unlawful means, ta
581,8 wnat tne law oondeaoeudi to leave re
maining in tba pockets of Its victims. , ;
Sbbiocs Aooidbbt. A woman named Lydia
"("""Jp ka aeveniy years, yesterday fell
upon the sidewalk, en Sixth-street, breaking
her left ankle and athareriaa Intnnnn l,...nif
quite seriously. Her recovery it regarded ai
VAUDUJOl UUUVUUI
LAW REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
Harriet E. Campbell vs. E. MoEIevey and
u to a contract with UoK. to air. him a leasS of a
L' n tb north-east corner of Vine aud Fonrth.a'
13,600 per annum, the rent to be paid quarterly, and
Zi j iTv i """"" nuu a vuuaing so bti
oontract be binding upon the plaintiff and Broad
Well. AVMnl ntwin nA n , , i.- V. ..,.!, . ,
, - r. r aim, ,i,o imminent or lUCJijle-
ver of these (tipulations. These oondiUons are al
leged to have been broken.
W. M. (Jaraeron and others, mortgagee of BcBlo
ver, are made parties, defendant, and answer, claim
ng a lien of $17,000, and asking that ther may be a
niltil lnnahaamhvlnsa..J-. i . i ' .
c .miSiht jdRmnt obtained for the rent by the
111 At II Etna ate A fnrmap tarm Iaia lv A,. aLi.
-IT a . aoa aviaaiagvaa UtSI U UIW DtVCeMQ-
ng. To both answers plaintiff demurs ""u
I'),. -T,Ia . n,ilnr...n , ,, . . , . .... .
won seiii-a mac a lor-
felture le not waived bj payment of rent which ac
crued before condition broken, much lea bv an ac
?n. Aa lna?n,tu of lease to recover it, but
that the lessor might well maintain both hi eject
melt and hla action of debt on covenant fir the rem
.wimuuiw, auu recover aamagea bv
way of mesne profits lor a subsequent possession
Against this rule. Courts of Equity inferred by per.
mlttlng a redemption wherever adequate comnensa
tion could be mad to the leisor.as in all cases or
forfeitures br reason of non-payment of rent, where
tbe conclusion Is fairly derivable that theolauseof
re-entry 1 intended, as a mere seenrity, aud where.
" , ' , r f " - - - " 1...H .utoica. WUU1U DO
a just equivalent. ,
The doinurrer to the amended answer I wall taken.
anauuet beaustalned. '
The demurrer to the original answer was also in
, - -. --""-0 w iiunuu was so ormg lute
il 5 lnVent now In ai rears, and uucandltion
w ifivuiMn iium iiirieuure. utnerwls
there must be Judgment for plaintiff.
COMMON PLEAS.
Jude ma'loii disposed of Oil case-a motion, a.
stut-d heretofor-, forth appolmmentof arecelvui
to take nosssssions of a disiillerr-and nn.n..d i
ferrlu A Ouuld, tenaut In pos-sslon.
The motion waa uvMrrnlAii and .......
y 0. 4 Co. insui to the aniouut of t ft.iKw and paj
taxes-to be refunded to them, and that they con
Unus in possesion under lease.
Caiaia t SioB.-BIII of exception were signed t.
carry th casra of Jame Burn, (under sentence ol
-xecnt on) and Wm. Ueokly, (sentenced to lmprls
onmsnt for life) before the Supreme Court.
COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS.
Monetary and Commercial.
The demand for Money on Saturday was
very active at all tha Banking-houses, and th three
day, liabilities were generally discharged. The great
object of the Hanker seemed to meet the calls thai
would, they knew, be made upon them, and therefore
they did not wish to reduce tbelr supply of Currency
by making outside purchases. The stringency of Sat
urday was the greatest of any day of the season.
Thocllr deposits have run down to averv low en
ure, and Curreucy had become scarce in all quarter
Kastern Exchange waa unsteady and Irregular on
Saturday from the scarcity of Money, and a good deal
was forced off by parties who were hort, at such
prices a oould be obtained.
Oold wa rather heavy at quotations, but Mew Or
leans Exchange wa firm.
To-day will be observed aa a hollrfav An tki.j
Street.
Flour was inactive oa Saturday, and the few trans
actions indicated easier nrlneu. Whi.ir'iv.n.in..a
dull. No change ol consequence occurred in Grain
and Groceries. Provlsiona were very steady, and gen
erally held at higher rate.. Hogs, in consequence ol
" ua1 io,jiiva, pi iuv rau-tm irom go w to go 40.
The Imnorta and Evnorta al vapintia aptloio. ring
ing the twenty-four hour ending Saturday noon,
were:
imfobts. Flour, 454 brls.j Whisky, 1,140 barrels;
Corn, 8,019 bushels; Wheat, 884 bushels; Oata, 4,861
bushels; Barley, 83 bushels; Hogs, 1,828 head; Pork
and B aeon, 80 hhda.; 10 tierces; 141 brls.; 155,108 lbs.;
Sugar, 177 hhdjM Holaesoa, 1,181 brls.; Ooflee, 2,81',
Dags; Appiee, retorts.; nutter, DOkegt: cneeae, 1,I2i',
boxes; Potatoes, 7 brls.; Salt, 890 brls.
mfubtb. riour, jki nru.; wnisur, r,787 brls.;
Wheat, 231 bushels; Oat. 838; Barley, 184 bushels.
Pork and Bacon. 101 hhda.: 1(12 Mantua, l aift hri t
boxes; Sugar, Stthhils., Molasses, 249 bbis.; Coffe, 191
bags; Apples, 410 brls,; Butter, 10 kegs; Cheese, 888
boxes; Potatoes, 100 brls.; Salt, 81 brls.
CINCINNATI MARKET—DECEMBER 31.
FLODE Tbe market waa anlte InaAttv tn.H..
and tbe few transaction Indicated easier price. The
sale add op only 7((0 brls., extra, at 8 ib&b 80. The
receipts are light.
WHISKY -1 continued dull market, but prices
are not lower. Sale of 1,000 brls., at 3lo.. iuclud.
log that from wagou.
nOU8 The receipt being light ths market was
quite buoyant to-day, and prioea ruled higher. Tbe
saloa were :
120 head averaging 180 lb, at.... t It,
41 head averaffine? 1M lba. at a n,
20O head averaging 200 1 b. fro ten ,,, ( a,
m head averaging 200 lba. at..M,.....,
wu neaa averaging iw in. at....- .. tt.
The raceinta durlna tha Imtt twnntv.fnni- knu.
were enly 2,000 head.
PBOYlSIONS-We notice an Increased ttrmnesson
the part of holder, to-day, and all article were hel i
hlghor. lie Pork wa not obtainable below 18 80
and buyers were willing to pay $16 20. No sales.
Bulk Pork la held at Mo. higher, and oould not b
bought for future delivery below SMtSSMo ; 100 hints,
old on the spot at So. for Shoulders, to be delivered
next week, lnolndlng package, but it waa extremel)
difficult to buy at thi rate, aa tbe asking price on
the snot were fikriOAO. for HhnnlriAra a.nrt MIiIab In
eluding packages. Bacon may be quoted at TMMXc.
without much demand. Lard firm, and 800 brls. sold
at loo., and loo do., etofto.; 40 Heroes aold at6)to.,
brla. furnished by the buyer.
unuuainias ine marxet is very nrm, and the
demand good, under tha late advloes from New Or-
leans. oaie oi imi nnus. sugar, at BHo.; 200 brls
Molaseee, at 460. at landing, and 196 bag Coffee, al
WHBAT Th market Is Arm, with a good demand
at tl 2$l 28 for prime White, and l 1 22 for do.
saiea i'i wu uuaueis prime vr niie ac ai 2e.
CORN The market contlnuaaMrm. wl,h m.anAA
mand at 64X$&2o., In bulk.
OATS Tne market 1 dull, and price have de
clined lo. per bushel. We now quote them at 47(ri)
480.: sales of 800 bushels, in bulk, at 47c; 600 do.
do. at 48o. .
BYK The demand I active, and prloe Arm at
anaiiiix xne marxet is aun. We Bave no change
to notice in prices since our laat quotation.
CHRttHK- There lean aetiva rinmanil. mnA km.
firm at 9o. for fall-made Western Beserve, and Xc.
tut nmmer-cured do : sales of 180 boxes fall-made
Western Beserve at Sc.; 200 do. at M9Xc, se
lected. .
- HII ITER The market Is dnlt. owine? tn lr.. m.
celpts, ami prices lower. We quota Central Ohio at
loo., ana western ueeerve ac 170.
PUTMOKi-The market la Arm. with a innd Hi.
mand at last quotations: sales of 600 bushel at 88c ,
delivered. . . ,
APPI.MS There Isaennd ilemanil .nri lu. a.n.
at tl 792 8 per brl . on arrival.
LMVKR-SKKD-Thereis a lair demand at t4 8CV
4 68 for sack and barrel: sale of 800 bu.bels, in ack
at $4 68, delivered at depot; 42 aack at 8)4 60.
SADDLE, TRUNK AND HARNESS
MANUFACTORY, '
103 Mnln-atreet, three door aberre Third.
KEHIP ON , AND AND MAKE TO OR,
DKltall k ndaof nnree Trappings, in the be.)
and most substantial manner. Also, a large assort
ment of Hone Blankets, Whips, Carpet aud Leatbei
liana. Bridle Bite. Buffalo Robes, Valise (the rua'
sole-leather), Hall Trunks, Sponge, and a Urge as
Kirtment belonging to this an. 1 will sell a lo
i the lowest.
D. S. CAEEICi."
noM-ar
w
IL.LIAM DISNEY,
ATTORNEY
AI IiAW, Chase Building. Bo. 6 EsstTblrd
itlnird
8-J
,
yn-W-,;aylyi sjsJlatii)i rfnai
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
PA1DINQ',3 P&BPABEP .8LIIKI
BPALDIHO'S PUKPABBO OLITEI
' ' aFAUsINO'S PKEPAB.BD fltEKI '
; SATat TH8 FH0EW ;
BCOKOMTI yDlSPATOni
"A StUek In Tlrae Have Mlae.r-J
A aeoldecita will harte area fa wll-rgnlaud
faaillls. It I vary dei,- .l, to have son cheap aud
ooavealsnt way tot rspn I ii v farnltara, Toy, Crock
ry, o. , r- .
SPAIDINO'S HiaPABID OLCK
Meets all such emergencies, and no boueehold eao
afford to be withoot It. . It Is always ready and np ft
the stlckng point. There I ao longer eaemultyior
llmeisg chairs, splintered veneera, headless doll aud
broken cradle. It U Just th artlol for eon, shel 1
and other ornamental srok , so popalar with ladle
of rsflnement and taste.
This admirable preparation Is used oold, being
obemleally haul In solution, and possessing all the
valuable oaalltlea of th beat cabinet-makers' sloe.
It may Iw need In the place of ordinary ucll.i,,
being vastlr more adhesive. " 1
- "DSIfCL III KVIBT HOD8C." '
8. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price
eats,'-" . ' 1
Whelele Dent, No. 30 Piatt treet, W. V.
Address HBNB.T C. SPALDING tV XK,
. ' , Boa Na. 8,600 Mew York.
' Put ap for Dealera la Oaeea containing fear, blbt
andtwelndoxea- beautiful Lithograph Show-card
accompanying each package. -
ST A .single package of HPALDISO'B PUK
PABED 6LV1 wlDaavftten Ume Itt cost annually
to every householdW - Ij , .' i,
Bold by all prominent Stationer, Druggists, flard
war and furniture Dealer. Srooers and Jaacr
Store, ... r
Country Merchant should auk a note of 8PALD
IHO'S PBIPABBD OLDt.whsn making np their
list. It will sUnd any climate. .
' SPALDING'S POKPAB.ED GLUBI
USEFUL IN KVIBT BOD81.
' SPAIiDINCTS PBEPABED OLCE,
.. - , : SOLD BY BTATI0NEB8.
SPALBINO'8 PBEPABED GLUE, '
SOLD BTDBTJOOIST8.
SPALDING'S PBEPABED OLOI.
SOLD BY HABDWABBDEALIB3.
- SPALDING'S PBEPABED OLUB,
BOLD BY HOU8E-rUBNI8HINO 8TOBES.
SPALDING'S PBEPABED GLUE,
SOLD BY TDBNITDBK DKALKBS.
SPALDING'S PBEPABED OLTJX,
BOLD BY TAHCY-OOOD8 DEALERS.
. ' BPALDING'S PBEPABED GLCB,
BOLD BY OBOOlBg.
SPALTJTNfl'a prep mn nt.rw
SOLDBI OOUNTEYMKKOHAITSGENEItALLV '
uanuaccnred by
HENRY C. SPALDING 6c CO.,
30 Platuau, New York.
Address Poetcffloe, Box No. 8,600. .
Annexed is an AInhabetlcal Liat of ArUelaa which ..
if damaged, mav be restnivd in ihelr Arloinak
strength and usefulness by
fiPALDING'H PREPARED GLUE.
..Mends ACCOUNT BOOKS..
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U....Mouds CRADLES.
i....aieuus lUliLie......
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M..... Mends Ml BRctt-TH AMta
...Msnas ttswKL POSTSm.
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P U.nHi PUMA tniTST
S...,aienui uiin-raAias
euds kOIJKIha.IIllRsltk.
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V M,i4a Vlkn UTIUL'B
Z Mends ZEPEYB W(KD-T6BaCI
-Jn conclnslon, SPALDING'S PBEPABED
uiius; 1 nseful In Librarle and Schools.
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