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"WAinW,IO 8AM," "TO III," "LOUT,"
"fOOMD,"ffifMWtWm. MOBPTlBf At line!
WANTED TO PURCHASE-! wish to
WI!M' honteand lot on rood street,
between Wlout and Freeman and Fourth ana
' ninth-streets, to cost not over 18,000, for which I
will far part cash, pari a mortgage note, hearing
, 10 per cent, interest, and th balasca la Weit.ru
, landi of tbe (Ids. I quality and moat eligibly situated.
AJ to trade-4 share of Preferred Mouthers
Paciflo Beilroad Btoekjl share (m) Hound City
Stock ; 1 lot In Council Blair., which I with to trade
for a good piano and a lot of food parlor fnrnltnre.
Any ona having the boots and lot or the furniture
to trade will address JAMES H. PEABJsOS, at ihli
oBce. fe7o
WANTED A young lady, highly ee
eomplishsd and pre possing In appearance,
with a moderate Income, wl.hea to open a corre
apondenoe with a gentleman af irreproachable char
acter, with a Tiew to matrimony. All communica
tions confidential. Addreai LILLY K0HO, Penny
Press Office. fc7a
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A. Clerk
In aa office, a man and ble wlfa to go on
farm alio various other kind, of help, male and fe
male. Apply at the General Intelligence Ageney,
Ho. 381 Central-arenas
fcTb A. P. eUKSOH 00.
WANTED TO CANDY-MAKERS Th
aiibeorlber la deilrom to pnrchaaa aome loc.
ond-hand flxturea for the manufacture of plain
candy Inquire at J. 0. CKRPElt'jJ, north-east cor-
moi vi t, a,nm aou vr aier-aireeie Ie71r
WANTED A GIRL To eook and ai
, , alst in washing and Ironing. Must be a good
plain cook. Apply ae Mo. (7 Mntu-atreet, between
w alnut and Vine-streets. fe7b
WANTS D A NURSE-GIRL Apply,
with recommendation, at No. Kt Bichmond
troet. fe7b
trs
WANTED TO RENT A imall -Home
in the oily, bra man and hli wife, withont
chlldreo. Bent not to exceed 110, payable monthly.
In advance. Inquire at Bl Broadway. fe7b
ST ANTED $4,000, for four or fire year,
w secured by mortgage on property in the
northern part of Oincinnat
11.
Address Box 0, Coy.
iniion. -
WANTED A widow lady, with oae sob,
wlahea to get a small booee. or three or fonr
- wishes to get a small hones, or three or fonr
rooms, wnere me party would be willing to take the
Address Mrs. GABBIE (,, tnis office.
fe7b
WANTED EMPLOYMENT A yooeg
lady, who has a Sewing-machine, dial res
employment by the day. Address B, B at the Press
Office. fob
WANTED - IMMEDIATELY Agenti
to engage lathe sale or manufacture of an
indispeneable article. Business light and profit
large; a email capital required. Call at Mo. IS Race,
street, side entrance, third floor, between 1 and 4
o'clock P. M. 1 6b
w
ANTED ROOMS Two nnfurniehed
rooms, suitable for a gentleman and wife by
prompt paring tonaui, aiasiern part OI tne city pi
ierred. Address P., at this office. i'oSD'
WANTED A lady having loat her bate,
would like to take one to nurse at her own
bouse; sbe has had much experience in nursing.
Address B. JAOKBOH, Cincinnati Postofupe. fe6b
WANTED Reliable help, male and fe
male, yonug and old, for city and eonntry, to
be seen dally at my office, and for hire. 'Chose seek
ing employment, with good references, oi in find good
e ituations i entering their names at m r office. Bo.
307 Elm-street and Ninth. THOMAS BUCHANAN.
Cheapness and dispatch is my eonitant motto, feeb
WANTED TWO GIRLS Who are neat
sewers, to work on ladies' galte ra. Apply to
PDi w jiur street, ue.wceu inouna ana UUlter.
ie-bJ '
WANTED GERMAN fllRT. Aged 12
to 14 years, who speak pure high German,
to take care of children. Addreai, la (toman or
angiian, vr., pare oi renny rrese umce. few
WANTED IMMEDIATELY A Situa
tion by a competent man, with a small fam
ily, in a wholesale or retail dry goods or grocery
tore, in city or oountry-the latter preferred: can
, produce satisfactory references as to com.petency, Ac
WANTED Clerks, book-keeper, gales
men, bar-keepers, porters, coopers, carpon
tera, mechanics, laborers and others, can find sltua-
wuuretiwii l WW 'f i JltkMJm ft W
FOB BENT.
FOR BENT A nloely-fronished front
room, with lire and gas, tor single centlemen.
south-east corner of Fourth ad Plum. Inoulre
second door from Plum.
Ie7b
BOARDraa.
BOARDING A few more gentlemen oan
... . be accommodated with 4ny. board, at Bo. m
West Tlfth-street. Terms, H ytrt week. fef b
BOARDING A gentleman and hia wife
can have a nice front root I, with board, at No.
76 Laurel-street. b7aw
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-TH
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aTlOMPOSED ANDKBDICATED TO THE
pnp " nwra female nemtnary, Ox
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with a fine Tlow of the tiers luary Buildings. Price.
BOcents. . J(J HN OHUBOH. jr..
jalS No. 69 West Fourth-street.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CHEAPER
thai ever. Great -sacrifice of i-iai
ri.uw , inoiuiwuuB, lutuuveiloe
Violins, Guitars, Banjo 8 rings. Trim
m - tni.i 1 1 .
mlngs,
AO., aurinff llMa Hulldav.
Hel liner l
at 100 per cent, let than any
other Bonse in this city, and first-olaae Instruments
at that. Do not buy a Instruiaent nntll yon have
called at No. 227 Klflfc-street, aeoond door east
Plum, south side. BBITOING A BBO.,
f lano Makers, and Itoelers la Vires-class Instru
ments. dJI tf
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la not, sr.ry want sopplled by adrertislng Is
THE PENNY PUE8S
Don't forget that th Penny
Presi la the medium through which to
make known your wants I Advertise.
menta of fire llnea and less, Inserted
twice for twenty-fire cental
CITY NEWS.
Notioi. Mr. 8Uttenkamp will for tb fu
ture serve onr natrons on the route north of
Ibe Miami Canal, between Elm and Main
street. Our mbsorlbers will please pay to
him all moneys due the former carrier.
of
Lbotori Af Wnut Cbapil. Rt. Peter
Oartwright will deliver a lecture this evening
as wesiey voapei, on jrutn-street, oetwoea
Sycamore and Broadway, forth benefit of the
Ladies' Home Mission, of this city. The
well-known character of the lecturer, and the
object for which it is given should be mffl
oient to All the Chapel In every part.
TgIFSirmrRIl. A aommlHAa annnintiul
for the purpose, last evening completed the
arrangement to have a grand Uardi eras ball
at the Burnet House, on the eve of the torn
ing anniversary of Washington's birth-day,
which will doubtless be one of the finest af
fairs of the kind ever attempted in this oity.
BtJBQUlY o Cmtral-aviidi. The drink.
Ing saloon of Soot 1 4 Palmerton, on the corner
of Central-avenue and Eighth-street, was
feloniously entered some time during the night
of Saturday, and robbed of 18. several boxes
of cigar and some liquors. The burglars
quietly escaped with tbelr booty and left no
traoe, a yet discovered, which would tend to
their discovery.
Paonnentnna ov vri nnrrvvT fTnuuiaDinv.Bi
At tba raffnlar aaaainn rtf tVm flnnfifv flnmmt..
bivuvi uuu v.wruajr uiuruins;, oruere were
t..M i. -l j . j ,
passea amounting in tne aggregate to (03V 78,
of which $383 03 were paid to C. E. Webr
man for bread for Llok Run Lunatic Asyluxol,
and $104 to Valentine Lind for stone work on
culvert in weini Township, Apart from this
no Dunnets oi importanoe was transacted.
Di. Botntos's Iiornsa or Buhdat Niort.
Dr. Bovnton't lecture night before last at the
Hall of the Allimanla Society, for the benefit
of the suffering Israelites of Morocco, was
very largely attended, and has been hishlv
commended by those who heard it. At the
olose of the leoture, the audlenoe organized' a
meeting, by electing Louis Seasonsood Pres
ident, and appointing H. 0. Suffer Secretary,
and then passed a series of resolutions tender
ing Dr. B. their warmest thanks for his kind
ness and the services he had rendered their
suffering brethren, and expressing their esteem
for him as a lecturer and scholar, after which
tne meeting aojournea.
IlVCflTIGATIOaT OF THS LiTl DlFPIOVLTT AT
TBI BBHit Uocsi Our readers are alreadv
aware oi tne aimcniiy wnion occurred at the
Burnet Home, during the late visit of the
- . t 1 ' n. . i ... - . . "
nentucgy ana Tennessee .Legislature, between
Washington McLean, of the Enquirr, and
John Leonard, a policeman ef the Second
rvara. iesterasy aiiernoon Mayor .bishop
made an Investigation of the matter, and ex
amined a number of witnesses, whose testi
mony went to snow a setiea or facts similar to
those published at the time of the occurrence.
After the examination, the Mayor stated that
ne uoukm ne luiiv understood the case. and.
after reprimanding the policeman, dismissed it
Fatal Accident A Lima Bot Killsd it
A Fall. A little boy about throe j ears of age,
souoi j. nomas u. jessup, residing on Seventh
street, near Main, was instantly killed vaster-
day morning by falling from the second story
oi toe residence oi nta ratner. The window
had been thrown open, wbea the little (allow,
climbing upon a chair and leaning out. sud
denly lost his balance and fell into the. rear
yard of the building, sirikiog the pavement
wivu uis oeaa. ne was auve wnen taken np
but expired a few moments afterward, when ft
was discovered that his neok was dislocated
and his skull fractured. He is said to have been
quite a bright and intelligent little fellow, and
ni a earn nas oast a shadow ovsr the house
hold that neither time nor life-darkness will
ever be able to render invisible.
IilTTMS Ditaiiid roa wait op Post i hi
February 6 :
Messrs. Jones A Wood. Lebanon, 0.
Messrs. X. B. A A. Jackson, Olayrlll, Kj.
X, Pratt, Esq., Boston, Mich.
Wm. Strobell, silyer Hprlngs, Pann,
0. W. Waugh, BatMTiile, Arkansas.
J. S. Tan Krery, Bsq., Franklin, Mleh.
A. H ucherheide, KeuosbSH Wisconsin.
John Schata, is John-street, N. T. Oity.
Tbos. Ganssen, National Hotel.
February (.
John A. Gray, Esq., N. T. Pity.
Tnos. Oulberton. ltsq., N. T. City.
Ellen Prorton, N. X. Oity.
Carrie Owen, Media, Ponn.
Mrs. Jamei Lawrence, Cleveland, 0.
Marcus Tulle, Kdlnbnrg, O.
Mrs. Amelia Chaplin, ltarrodaburg, Ky.
mrs. m. in. uampoeii, ueorgetown, v.
Ernst Schiller,,
, siayaTiiie, a.y.
Litsraet. At the first regular meeting ef
"The uinoinnau commercial Lyoeum or tinn
dry'i Mercantile College," held on Saturday
evening last, there was a very respectable at
tendance or young men, student and grado
ate of this institution.
After a Constitution and By-laws lad been
adopted the society proceeded to ballot for per
manent officers, with the following; results:
Mack R. Barnits, Esq., President; A. W. West,
JS.'l. Moor, vioe-rresiaenu; Damuei JUouuten
eons. Secretary; K, M. Hord. Treasurer.
Reeolutloa for regular discussion next Sat
urday evening:
Raolvti, "That ancient time produced
greater era tors than modern times." Affirma
tive led by Mr. Clifford; negative by Mr.
West.
The publio are respectfully invited to at
tend, especially tne young men or the city,
Fiat Last Niqht Loss Niailt $2,000.
A ore broke out about nine o'clock last even
ing in the cellar of Francis D. Bill, druggist
on the south-east corner of Fifth and Race.
It is not definitely known how it caught, but
it was discovered by the residents of the third
and fourth stories of the building, by the
smoke which filled the house so that they had
to be taken from the windows to prevent
death from suffocation. -
The flames were rapidly eommunieated to
to the stair-ease and the floor above, but Mr.
Hill's loss, which is fully covered by insurance,
will notesceei $600. Bis cellar is la the form
of an L. and the Are originated in that Dart of
it which is under the lock manufactory of
ueorge Mewegor, wnoee loss win probably
reach a similar amount, en which there is an
Imuran of $500 in the Oirard Insuranee
Oorananv. of Philadelphia. -
The cellar next to that of Mr. McGregor is
eecuDied as a drinking saloon by a man named
John Lohe, whose loss, principally by water,
will amount to $200, on which there is no In
surance. W. K. Even os eeoupied a portion
of the same building as a fancy soap factory,
aad he also is a sufferer by water to the extent
of $100. The building is owned by Mack
Bra., wholesale Dry Goods merchant at No.
78 Pearl-street, but their loss is slight and
wm not eitooanve nuaarea doner, laiiy in
isarea.
Tbi Moon's Ecxrpgi An sol lose of the
moon I the privation of light from that Sa
tellite, occasioned by the interposition ef the
earth between it and the un. - It has been re-
Sorted about for aome time among astronomer
lat the earth was -to have the ooid shoulder
of the moon shown toward it, and that the
time fixed for this insult was last night Sure
enongh the encounter took plac as announced
in the court calender, wbioh keep n potted
In reference to all these affairs of honor.
The sun had reached but eighteen degree
below the. horizon, at that precise time,
when
"The tender twilight with a crimson cbeek
Leans on the breast of ere."
The silTery moon was proceed Ing in her
regular orbit at a point named Perigee, where
it intersects the eoliptic proceeding northward,
wnen ner nearest neighbor and most confiden
tial friend the earth reached a position where
the terreotial and lunar orbits seem to have be
come knotted together, whioh threatened to cut
a tne joyous light that has given briUianee
heretofore to the pleasant face of the man in
the moon, and whioh with true Christian feel
ing has been generously reflected back upon
the earth, making nignt delightful to mortal.
Thi presumptuous and impertinent, and w
most sav nnrrataiui oDtrnsion or airs, ftartn
In front of Luna, caused lowering marks of
displeasure, as at first a partial shade of
penumbra falntness was thrown across the
shoulders or our planet upon the race of tne
moon, which soon blaokened into a conical
ihadow.
Tbl discourtesy to Luna is said to have been
in return for some misbehavior of hers In hav
ing run her pale face between the earth and
sun, on many marked occasions. Althongh
the moon Is four hundred times smaller than
the sun, and might be supposed to be too insig-
ninoant ror tne notice or tne monarcn or tne
solar system, yet, as it is four hundred times
nearer to us than the sun, the Interposition of
even tm little body puts tne eartn in tne
sulks. Last nisrhfs incident new out of this
rivalry among the celestial bodies a kind of
ttt tor tat. as ue eartn can not ecupie tne
light of any ether planet than the moon, it
takes particular pains to improve the oppor
tunity when it has a chance. Whether the
Republicans or the Democrats are In power, it
is au tne same.
Astronomers, who regulate these Amsio-
nieu prize-fightings of the ekiea, arrange the
programme somewnet on a system er period
ical star engagement or star obscurations. In
their green-room their oast of characters are
by a cycle or saros, or period of eolipses.
Eclipses oocur again very nearly in the same
order, In a period of eighteen years and two
nunarea ana sixteen days, or six tnonsana
nve tundrea and eighty-five days.
un tne nrnt or Maron io04, a lunar eonpie
occurred, a fore-knowledge of which enabled
Christopher Columbus, in one of his voyage,
to obtain supplies for his crew, who were in a
suffering condition. He was at that time at
the Island of Jamaica, and after using all the
means In his power to obtain relief from the
natives without success, he threatened them
with the displeasure of the Great Spirit, which
ne sata would oe manifested on tDat very even
ing ny tne privation or the moonlight. At first
they disregarded his threat, but whea the
eclipse commenced, they loaded him with
guts, oeeeeomng nun to withdraw the calam
ity, and promising to befriend blm ever after.
in a similar manner last night, as the Grand
uommanaer or tne sons or Malta was prepar
ing to initiate a oandidate from Oynthlana,
Ky., who nad no great idea of assenting to the
stiff formalities of the Order, and who was not
very well posted es to Cynthia's doings, the
half-clothed Kentucklan was taken to the
window of the Hall and shown the indignant
raoe ot tne moon, and being returned within
tne veil, received the vow, and declared him'
self satisfied, if the Great Spirit was. Uis as
sociates say that the only eclipse he saw was
tne oDsouranon ot nis optic caused by too
liberal draughts from a bottle of Bourbon, and
Rom the ameilog sights ne law when he re
oeived the degree, making bis hair, Ac, stand
onena.
School Boabd Pbociidinss Last Nioit.
The Sobool Board met last night at the usual
nour. president lung in the cnair. The
minutes or the last meeting were read and ap
proved. . v
flertaaafione ant Awomtmtnt. Mil Ellen
Townley, of the Fourth District, sent in her
resignation, whlcn was read and accepted,
Miss Emily Bly was appointed to fill the
vacancy thus created, at a salary of $30 per
month. The resignation of Miss Francis
Eshler, teaoher in the First District, was alto
read ana accepted.
Uommmuxxtxoni. A communication waa re
ceived from S. A. Sergeant, proposing to tell
to tne uoard a lot in tne seventeenth Ward
for the sum of $1,600, which, after being read
l - .v. r v
was roioriou tu tua vuiumiitoo on ajou.
A communication from Mr. Hermann, in
quiring into the effects of the monitorial sys
tem in sohools. whether it did not elve rise to
feelings of jealousy among the pupils and lead
to the infliction of unjust punishment was
reaa ana rtierrea to tne committee on Dis
cipline.
iiorarum e Jitporl.lM librarian of the
Publio School Libraries, N. Peabody Poor,
submitted his monthly report, which shows
the olroulation of books during the month of
January to nave oeen as follow:
Hlitorr..
7IS Tout.
Biography
663 Tola.
I role.
roeiry...
Scientific.
W7T0IS.
1,974 Tola,
Fiction.,
TraTels ..
054 TOIS,
MlSTOlS,
Miscellaneous.
Total...........M ..um. 7,347 Tola,
During the lame period two hundred and
fifty new readers were registered, and $16 90
eent were assessed as one.
It Is estimated that the new catalogue, now
in the hand of the publishers, will make a
volume of four hundred pages and ooeiAin
the names of twenty-five thousand volumes of
books. The magnitude of the work and the
desire on the part of the publisher to render
it accurate and oomplete, have had a tendency
to retard its publication, whioh can not possibly
take place for some time. In oonsequenoe of
tne want ot a caiaiogue tne oniy doom mat
have, of late, been circulated, are those whioh
may be readily seen from the alcove,
' After reading the above report the Board
adjourned.
Couitt Fhaxobs. We are indebted
the oourteey of Charles Selden, Esq., chief so
oountant In the Treasurer' Office, for the fol
lowing exhibit of the receipts and disburse'
menu of the County during the Month of
January) ;
DISBOEBIWMTS. SSOHPTB.
County Fond....M .....-420,M4 08
Bridge fund........ m... . 371 SO
Harrlion Bridge,.., - 14 SJ
$1,224
Section no.
117 8
uounir inQrmarjMMM.....i
M3 M
7,960 M
1,667 HI
12 47
166 W
43 29
25 MM
, S 00
se
132 43
471 31 ,
311 23
iiunatic Asyiuu,
fntnre.t..u......u
Sharpsburi Road..
111
43
37
20
7
Oartbagt Boad
Wlntoa Boad...
R.rrtann Road-...
CleTand Bridgetown Boad.
Hadmptions.,n h.h H.--.M.....
Befundera ...HHMm..hmmm.m..
Building Fund ....... ...,.'.,.,,. ......
Corporation l and
store Ltioense
Peddler's License
. 1.774
: i7oo
Show License ,
Tur Omissions,
d. M. Short, treasurer
1 U
: 271 32
7,354 39
U 33
J, J. packer, xreasurer
school anm
621
122 SO
forfeitures,
Total,..-.....m.......-. 133,759 4 $11,87 75
- The total receipt daring the month, on tax
duplicate ef 18S9, have been $944,877 71, of
wnioa svavns onw-naui nae aurwata; newa ou-
bursed by the County Treasurer to various
department in advanoe of the regular Audi
torial distrlbation, not yet transpired for
State, County, Townanip, city, school, roue
aad Fire Department purpose. ,
: Cbihatiob or Laboivioub LrrnATuaa. A
large lot of obscene bock which ware levied
upon by the police a short time ago, were yes
terday afternoon burnt, upon the City Lot.
Their owner, it will be remembered, was fined
and imprisoned for publishing and selling
them, and the good taste the authorltloe have
shown in thus disposing of thsm it certainly
MBUBtaaapis.
H.W. lllllll.ll
CITY NEWS. Shocking Suicide-A Man Attempts to
Bleed Himself to Death and then
Shoots Himself through the Heart.
A well-known cltitiien, Mr. Herman Sneda-
wea, a lardjiil manufacturer, on the Miami
Canal, near Liberty-street, was found ' dead
about eight o'olook yesterday morning in hi
faotory, the floor all around him oovertd with
the crimson life-blood whioh he bad drawn
from hi vein. , -
The exact time of hi death is not known.
although it appears from the circumstance by
whion be was surrounded that he nrst opened
the blood-vefsels In hi arms; but this, ap
parently, proving too slow a method of death,
he took a pistol and (hot himself through the
heart. When discovered he seemed to be en
tirely bloodless, and bad evidently been dead
for some hours.
Coroner Cary was called upon to hold an in
quest upon the body, bat it threw little light
upon the cause of the act. The deceased was
widower and has been oulte snocestful In bis
business, but recently having become Involved
for a large amount, it is thought the fact
brought about a state of mind from whioh there
was no eseape save in death. He was much
esteemed by those who knew him, and leave
large oiroie or friend to regret the unfortu
nate temperament and organisation whioh led
to hi tragio demise.
MkCBARIOt AMD MaBTUPAOTTJIIBI' Kx-
OHARog. The attendance at the meeting of
the Meohanlce' and Manufacturers' Exchange
yesterday nominglwas very large, and the
interest iu lie auooesa sevmeu H o rapiaiy on
the increase. At the Usual hour, President
Runyan being absent, Vloe-Presldent Creigh
toa took the chair, when the minute of the
last meeting were read and approved. The
following person were then unanimously
elected members of the Exchange :
John ueonari ana .Herman JNoite, tstone
Mason, proposed by Harwood A Elliott;
George C. Miller A Son, Carriage Manufac
turers, proposed by Yates A Barrett; Hender
son Squires, Sheet Iron Worker; William
Homtaitn. Briokmaker. proposed by G. H.
iff.
The Board then took a resets for the pur
pose of giving the representative of the dif
ferent orancne oi trace aa opportunity to
report to committee on a Price Current, after
hioh, without having concluded, the Ex
change adjourned.
MinoaoLosiOAL OssnvATioHS By Henry
Ware, Optician, No. 7 West Fourth-street,
February 0:
O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer.
T A. ..J9.3n Anoye aero 41
t2 M-.i....,MM...MH..M..MM..9.3S A hove aero -4S
r. n.i..M..M.MMM.,HMHi.tf9.3o Above aero 40
Polios Cooit. Judge Lowe examined and
disposed of twenty-six oases at the Polioe
Coutt, yesterday morning, but none of them
were of sufficient Importance to justify their
publication.
A. MoDoitAfcD A Co. This enterprising firm
bas just received an invoioe of pickles and
sauce direct from London. Bee advertise
menu
a.
PsBSORAL Hon. W. L. Underwood and
Cassia M. Clay are among the guests of the
spencer aonso.
NEWPORT NEWS.
Watm Woexs. Punuant ton previous ar
rangement, a meeting of the citizen of New
port wa held at the Court-house last night,
for the purpose of taking the initiatory steps for
petitioning to tne legislature tor the grant
a charter to a private oompany, allowing them
to construct water works witnin the limits or
the city. G. K. Fearows, Esq., was chosen
President, and Dr. J. Q. A. Foster Secretary.
The President stated the object of the meet
ing, and, in a few forcible remarks, urged the
necessity of immediate action in the matter,
as the Legislature would adjourn on the 24th
of the present month, stating at the same time
that water-works in the city had now become
a necessity. Tbe views oi tbe Chair were sus
tained by a number or prominent citizens
present, when the following resolution was
adopted unanimously:
Xaolved, That General Mosely, Peter Con
tanoe, 0. Conlan, Major Caldwell, J. R. Hal
Urn, Judge Boyd end George E. Fearons
appointed a committee to dense some plan
Sroceeaing to carry out our object, and that
ley be requested to report at another meeting
to be neia on Wednesday evening next.
It 1 understood that the committee will
draft a oharter and submit it with the report.
Distmsbiho Accident. A little girl, about
three years of sge, the daughter of Isaiah
Nook, wno resides near tne looking Bridge,
was so severely burnt early yesterday morning
that her recovery is regarded as exeedlngly
doubtful. Her mother and father were both
absent at the time of the occurrence, and it
supposed that her clothes oaught fire from
candle that was letting on the table. Had
not the light been observed by a neighbor,
tbe ohild most soon have been burnt to death.
The flames had communicated to th window
onrtaim, bat were extinguished without doing
any runner damage. , ,
FiBBiisi's MssTiito. The member of
Washington Fire Oompany held their regular
monthly meeting at their engine-house last
night. Among other thing they resolved
have a social re-union and oyster supper
the same place on tne zza instant, and Messrs,
Allen, Tattle, Schofisld, Miller aad Falaii,
were appointed a committee of arrangements
to make tne necessary preparations.
AaTisiAg BspivoLiirr Club. The members
of this olub contemplate giving a grand ball
at Odd jreiiowr nan on tne iiza or tms montn
the proceeds to be devoted to oharitable pur
poses. The matter will be definitely acted
upon this week.
DisnsooiSBBD VisiToas. A large number
of our oity ladies visited Major Caldwell's
Billiard Saloon yesterday, and remained about
two hours, being in tne meantime handsomely
entertained oy tne major. -
Offosriof Statb Covhtio. The Oppo
sitlon State Convention, for the purpose
ehootlngdelgate to a national convention
that party, will be held at Frankfort on
22d Inst.
Cocitt Cotjbt. The County Court held
regular monthly teuton at Alexandria yet
terday. no business of importance
transacted. -
Ciicdit Couit. The February term of
Campbell County Circuit Court will oommenoe
in tnu city on Monday next.
COVINGTON NEWS.
. -
Stbbbt Railioads. One feature of
street railroad ordinance presented by
Myers we think onght to be amended slightly
before it passe the Counoil. It 1 provided
that the oan shall never approach nearer
three hundred foot of each other, except
stations, and in esse of an accident. . Wo think
that other exceptions ought to be nude, exeep
tions whioh are absolutely necessary for
convenience or tne people, ttnoaid two com
panies own the same track aueh a restriction
might oe impossible, iiuewiac, 11 there be
publio meeting it might be necessary for sevo
ral ears to some in olose proximity, in ordej
to sooommodate those attending it In Cin
cinnati a many a ten or twelve ears
irequently required to carry away those
at Pike's Opera-honse, and if these
twelve ear were required to remain three
hundred feet apart, the delay to passengers
would be insufferable. Suok a state of things
may, in fact, must mutt oosur here, and ade
quate provision ought to be made to meet
emergency. . .. f .
Polios Covbt. Three persona, Thome
Wllkersham, Catharine Wilkertham
Webster Clark, were yesterday brought before
Mayor Foley, charged with petit larceny,
the proof being ooncluslvs, th men
committed to jail in default of $100 bail
their appearance at the next term of the Circuit
Court, and the women waa released on
own recognisance. Several other persons
fined small amount, for drunkenness,
tonduot, Ac, when the Coart
AMUSEMENTS.
Pita's OrgtA-Huuss. Th audience last
night at the Oora-house waa Terr One and seemed
demrtnlned to lie plnaard, for it applaud -d aim1 at
areryaentenoa iolhe play.end that, too, without any
appurent cauae. The performance aa a ho,e waa
"r fair, but had many objectionable features. The
Pauline" of Julia Sean, in a few scenes was quite
good, but in others abe failed to reach her olden
standard. Hervoice, whioh was formerly quite sil
Tery and pleasant, has, wa regret to say, become
broken, and lout many of Its nor oualltlr.. so that
wh.n h. ones it in a high key, ltdoea not seam to be
entirely under ber control.
ine --uiaude 'ot sir. Conway was not stall re
"I., k 'a af Prt lave loan almost onpurdop-
i,iuu.ui me iexi;anuyei nis repreetnta'lon or
the character, considered aa an. entirety, waa lair.
"t.'ol. Damaa' found & rpMtltKU H.i.unt.Hu in
Mr. DaTidxe, and "Beaiueant" an excellent one In
',rV ,1.n"Sn The P'aj 'or this eTtning is Lot,
Ith Julia Dean aa "The CounUn" Mr. iVtnn.
as"fluon."
Wood's TfliATie. The audience at thisee-
Ubllihment, we understand, was not larie, bnt tbe
j paeeea on sgreeaoiy. we aia not witnesa iHB
OOM Of JDnviLLl. but hen heea Informed that it ia
aenaatloaal, and has been excellently put upon the
stage, It will be repeated this STsnlng.
National Tbiatis A new ipeotaealar nd
romantic drama, entitled Zlia, will be performed
this craning at the national, to be followed by the
ope
ratio piay or the watsbham, In which Lucy
Escoltand
air. nuranaa wui both appear.
Smith k H iron's Hall. For th benefit
of those who lore the beautiful In pictures, Wangh'i
Mirror or Italy Is still on exhibition at Smith A
Mxon'aHall. It haa thns far been drawing large
audiences, and delighting them, too. Itisabeautliul
representation of the finest country In the world and
should be seen by all who desire to become more In
timately acquaintea witn tne -una oisub ana song."
RIVER NEWS.
Tne River was falling slowly yeaterday op
posite this point, and business at the Landlngwaa
actire. The weather recently bas been lowering and
disagreeable, with a lower temperature yesterday
man on Bunaay. xne rain has made the wnarr
quite muddy, but freights are bandied wltbont dim.
inlty. The offerings for the rarlous points yeaterday
were good, anil, though a decline waa anticipated,
lain, rviuaiuea as last wcea i
Pittsburg Cotton, tie.'. Molaaans. Ale.! Whlskr.
400.: Flour, 23c.; Pork and Lard, 3sc.; Pound
freights, 12)o. per 100 lbs. ,
nanpTiiie nniszy, per on., goo.; Ate, toe,; round
Freights, 26300. per 100 lbs.
at. ijouia ueary reuna Freights, xso. per 100 lbs.;
Wbiskr and OU.aso. ner brl.:lltoTaa. Ala. ana!
per brl.
ATansTitie w nisxy anu Uli, boo. per on.
Cairo W hl.kr and nil. aim. mr hrl PnnnA
freights, 200. per 10D lbs.
Mew Orleans-Wbisky and Oil 35c; Flour. Potatoes.
Applee, Ac, Mo.; Pork, 70c.; Bacon and other Found
rreixhts. ilvaabc. ner 100 lb..: Eea Lard. 2uc.: Hanea.
10 per head.
STEAMBOAT REGISTER.
AaalVALa. Sundae Jacob Strader. Tienlsrllla:
Ohio Mo. 2. Marietta. Monday Telegraph, Louie
villa; Forest Qneen; Madiion; Silver Moon, Mem
phie; Dnnletth, Nerlll.; Henry Fitzbugb, Arksnsu
uiver; jvmma, ai. ijouis.
Dipartubm.-Sunday-Jacob Btrader. Lonlsrllle.
Monday Telegraph, Loulsiille; Chlo No. 2, Mari
etta) Magnolia, Mayarille; Forest Quean, Madison;
vanieun, nevine; lommoooie rerry, riiisourg;
Alma, New Orleans. . ,
Monetary and Commercial.
be
of
The Money market underwent no change
resterday from last week, except that it wa saslar
on account of a diminished demand. Currency ia
still augmenting in supply, and th Bankers are
gradually extending their line of discounts,
Cistern Exchange is still steady, though active, at
buying, and X premium, selling raw. in uoia
few transactions are occurring,
2. aa
the demand for
sni
potent is very light ana the counter tale are
small. .
r.o alteration in any or tn nnanciai nature oc-
in lour little waa aone yeateruay, out tne maraes
remainea nrm. wntsiy was nncnangeo. no alter
ation of consequence occurred in Prorlslons, and
ProdQce generally was quiet.
The import and Xxpoi ts ot Tarious article for the
forty-eight hour ending yesterday noon, were :
lBFOars. Apples. 418 barrels: Barley, 31? bnsbelsi
Dll.tOr, W .r.D, W.U, ..VIU W..DUQ.M, vuun. 111
bags; Floor, 838 barrels; Hay, 238 bales: Bogs, 370
head; Lard, 73 barrels and 25 kegs; Molasses, 2,763
barrels; Oats, 432 bushels; Pork and Bacon, 680 bar
rtls, 194,801 lbs.; Potatoes, 979 barrels; bait, 200 bar-
D .. .. Mn t,..m. 1 1 h,,.h.la. 1 Au Uf
rets; wneai, z.l&e uusueis; miliar, j,uw iHtrreis.
uxpoars Annies. 143 barrels; Barley, 7' 4 bushels:
Butter, 142 kegs; Candles, 1,971 boxes; Corn, 1,600
bushels: Uheese, 1SU boxes iwnee, &9 Dugs; s iour.
47ft hurrAU: Lard. 178 brrelit: Molasses. 264 barrels:
Oats, 64 busbels: fork ana itaoou, zu una,, 178
tierces, 404 urreis, 1H ooxes; rotaioee, tcu nrreis:
Bn. I,, kkrf. Ral, Or.,..rPat.. UV,,,. lea I1IB1
els; Whinky, 2,313 barrels.
Tbe following is a comparative itatement of the
Import ef foreign Dry Goods at Mew York for tbe
past weak and since January 1 :
Tr (ha wa.V lXU. 18X0. ' I'M).
Entered at the portM...l,6ll,628 f 3,710,149 S3,M3,329
1 hrown on Market...... 1.9M.907 3,794,(33 S,W7,0U1
Saturday's Ksw York Times, under date of Friday
evening, observe
"The dar has been a dull one in Honey and If
fihanere. We hoar of short Drilne Dlsuounee affAW
P'TOont., and longer dates at 7 percent., these figures
annlvina to strictly choice naner. The reaular deal
ers at rianK, on an lair oneringa, are accommooaiea
liberally at 7 por cent. The Stock Brokers get Mon.y
on call at 6 per cent. There was fair employment In
this line to-nay. arcnause on iiouaon, stanaara
bills, 108X'W per cent., and on Paris, IbiWALb
18), with a liberal supply of franca from the Cotton
markets atthe Hjutb. The buxiuess to-day for the
steamer Fulton is only a moderate one, but owing to
the ease lit juoney, tne sianaaia urawers nolo, incur
rates steady on iionuon.
Monetary and Commercial. CINCINNATI MARKET-FEBRUARY 6.
is
a
tbe
to
at
of
of
the
its
rr.OTItl There was Very little dons to-dar. bnt
the market rules firm at fS 80 for superfine,
and tb &YM for extra.
WHIShVY-No change In the market: the demand
is moderate: sales of 1,100 barrels at 19.19.c., the
latter rate tor wagon.
ruy V1BIUMB ine maraec nas not cuangea in
anv A-eentiAl narticular since Baturdav: the demand
is but moderate to-dar, but tbe tlrmnois of holders
renders it difficult to fill orders at tbe quotations.
rirat-claaa brands cur pacaeo mm fork, are,
heretofore, held at (18, but (17 60017 76 are tbe rates
offered, and these ouly by those having arden. No
change ia B.con or bulk Meat., aa tegarde demand
or prioe. Lard oontlnuaa to be held at luXc, but
10MC is tne ouision rate uuiainaoje.
OKOUBKIEH There la no new featnra In the
market: tne demana is quite nioaerate, and tne bnsl
naaa dolnsr is chiefly In the ivgular war. at 784.o
for Bnaar. and 44(81460. for Slolassea. Coffee is steady
and tirm at 1213o.
w uitAT mere is an active aemana, ana prime
white haa advanced to $1 361 38, and prime red
II 3S1 tr. sales of 126 bushels choice hill at a I 36,
AfllTMrMl. .nil Z1HI OU. DT11DB IHI B. ! M.
IIIIKFi -fhe market for Kir-Corn Is steady, with
fair demand at 489o in bulk. Shelled continues
in good demand at 66o.
(i ATS Tbe demand ia falr.and nrlcee are steadv
4801490., In bulk.: sales of 600 bushels, in bulk,
Mo .and Soil do., in sacks, at 50c.
UK in 'in. re is amir aemana, ana prices nrm
$1: gales of 360 busbels. in bulk, at SI.
It A It LET The market ia dull and nrlcea an
unchanged. We aunt prime fall at 6668o., and fair
to good at 004BMW.
Oft, xuo uoiu.hu wuiiuun auvu. .uu pricev
are nrm as zu per inn, tor prime iimoioy,
arrival. . ... . . . .
UUUKBSS rnere eiairuemanu, ana prices nrm
at last quotations: sales or i'M ooxes western lie
serve at Mo.i 100 do. Putnam Farm, English Dairy,
11A
BUTTKR-Tbe market is dull. We quote Central
Ohio at l3giJc. lor lair so cnoice, ana western lie
.rre at 1 Ao.
APPLK8 The demand continue good, and prices
are Arm at (2 25(03 26 per barrel: aalos of 100 barrels
at (3 z.
POTATOES The market Is Arm. with a food de
mand at 12 per barrel, for prime Northern, from
store.
GLOVER HEED The market la voir dull, and
holders are anxious to sell, and are pressing it on
market, it can not ne sola to any ei tent over at
sale of 25 barrels at 4 86, and 30 barrels at 4 80,
[BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.]
the
the
Mr,
at
the
i
are
at
tending the
and
and
were
for
her
were
die
orderly ad
jonrnea, Nsrw Voaa Miiin. February 6 P. kt. fJoltnn
is in limited request, at unchanged price: sale
1,200 bale at ll 7o. for middling Uplands; Included
In sales are 1,000 bale in transit. Hold.rs of Flour
are disposed to insist on a slight advance, to which
hnAr. An, nnwllllna to accede. The demand for
port and home consumption Is limited: sales of 4
barrels, at ft oo ior supernne mate ana western;
ailt, but nrm. mere is a nine more ooiog in vena
l,n gionr. and nrices are unchansred: sales of
barrels, at Is 40n 70 for common to choice extra,
Whlakv without change: aalea of 500 barrels at
Wheat unchanged, and but little doing, shippers
not in market; while buyers refuse to purchase more
than sufficient to supply pressing wants: sales of 6,roo
bushels good wmte ui
I . m I An . .. , . ww, J
white California, supposed attjl 36. Bye quiet
unchanged: small sales at wo. A little better
mand lor Barlev. and nrices exhibit no attraction:
changed: small salei
sales oi l,iw oueneieouHe ai &aouo.,ioe ia iwr
choice four-rowed. Corn is unchanged, and the
ue latter
mand moderate: eales of 18.000 bushels, at llgbSIo,
new white ana yeuow: mo ior out wmte, ana tw,
afloat for old mixed Western. Oat In limited
mand. at 44(3460. for State. Western and Canadian.
Coffee 1 without change of moment, and firm:
sale reported are i.souoags mo ai .huu)4o. no
Ihm nnntlnnaa heavy, and without salea to neta.
8usar ia without chanae. Pork uncianaed. while
the demand is moderate: eales of 1,300 bairele,
fir 3I17 37 for old mesa: $18 13 for new mess; 116
IS16 a for prime mess; 12(g)ia 26 for old prime,
f 14, aotjaie sr ior new prime, oeei qmes anQ aiewjy;
sales ot 290 oarreis, as s
lvau 36 for country mess: IMI 7 for re-paoked mm;
10 60A11 for extra mesa. Beef Hams are In pretty
activeraqiMMt: sales of 600 barrels, at 13 forPtate,
ana lit stitais ior western, rnme mass neei is arm,
giresssa nogs
rn: So. for Je
aond ran neat
7a. fnr Hhouldara.
Lard nnehanied and firm: sales of ISO brl , at lot
iii,.- Ruttar nlantvand dull. at HAlOo. for Ohio.
and I5va20o. for State. Cheese In good demand
I Hew Tobk Brock Mam.it, February 8. Beocnd
Board etecks are wltbont much change. Money
and Exchange quiet aod unchanged. Chicago
Bock Island, MJfc Cleveland and Toledo, llH;
inna and Chicago, rt. Panama. 1301. Michigan
louthern,, Michigan Central,S7h. Erie, 9X.
fork (Antral, UH. Delaware, Lao. W., (W.
first Mortgage Uonds.t. Virginia sixes, M.
I sourl Sixes, 50 Wj v lilted State 8L.es, lOTHs
tenia Botsbs, ,
to
a
at
at
at
on
the
7:
of
600
MM
33c,
and
do
tor
de-
ior
de
at
60
and
at
and
Oa-
Kew
Erin
His.
Call.
ft'
AUCTION 8 A LF BY 0. BRA-,
SHI fts OO.-Sales-rooma, 47 and se Main,
street Jugular Ble of Groceries, e.,at Auction. - j.-. ;
Wa will 11, on WaOflKaJUAX HOBN1NQ, Feb. 9,
at o'clock, a general-auartmeMf 4tocerlra, 4c.,
consisting of 2& hbda; eoiar, is. brl. nwlaeaea, IN
bags coffee, 100 boxes pouudi and flvee'toDaooo.
ALSO-Teas, rope, caadlee, soap, ground spice, .
six-twist tobacco, nails, glaavwara, prunes, almonds,
bedoorda, paper, Ac.
M Q. UKA8HKAHB a CO, Auctioneers.
AUCTION BALE BY KELLOQd A
WILLI AMS-HalM-rooms No. 22 and S4 last
Third-street Large and Positive Sale of Jewelry,
Plated Ware and Fancy Goods, on account of whom
it may cono.rn.-On TUESDAY MOKNIKO, reb.
7, at i o'clock, large and well-aesorted stock of
good Jewelry, vis : 30 dcs. seta of garnet, jet, cameo,
oo ral, moaac, basket and gold-atone pins and ear
rings; 60 dozen rings; 1 do, revolring pins; SO
doa. ear-rings, bracelets, plated chains, eleeTe-buttons,
studs, Ao.
ALSO-A variety of plated ware, spoons, knlre,
also a stock or pipe, soaps, one, extracts, ana
Tariety.
The abora will be sold in Iota for the trade, who
are lnrlted. fee A. KgLbOOO, Auo'r.
AUCTION 8ATJB-B7 TBOS. JOHN
STON, in Sale-rooma, No. Main-street, next
to Trust Ooippaay Bank. Dry Goods, Boots. Bhoea,
ju,u.r. so., m AixniuB-'va iubdjiai wan
INO, reornery 7, commencing at H o'clock, will be
sold, without reaerre, a lot of Boots, Shoe, fine Kid
and Tampico Skins, Ac.
ALSO Large lot of Dry Goofs, with SCO piece
Dark Print, and It pieces extra fine black Cloths.
lea inunaa unssiufl, anctwaeir.
MWiSTER&M
Li
IMPEOTED TliHl-STITCH
SEWING MACHINES
TEE BEST, SIMPLEST AND MOST
Durable Machine exlaat. .
Call and see them.
JaJtf
SO Weat Fourth-atreet.
PURE AIE!
New Mode of cntila iioal
Cell and See One ef
SAWYER & CO'S
P AT EM T
He it ing and Ventilating Furnaces,
In operation at .
0 EAMBKEL AIN 4 OOt'8
Btoit Ware-room, No, tl and IS Vine-gt,
(jseiow voiumoia, .-.
Sawyer & Oo.
ANCHOR
Coal Cooking Stove,
AWABDID TUB BILTXB VIDU
-.im-STATE
FAIR,
. Held at Zanevllle, October, 1839.
MAKUFACTTJEED BY
CDMB11AIN & II,
SAMPLE AND SALE-KOOMS,
IVos. 51 and 53 Vine-gt.,
(Second" door lelow CoIumU,)
CINCINNATI.
fnfrnn
OHIO.
THE GLADIATOR
GA8-BDBN1NO, eMOKH-CONSUMINO
COAL COOKING STOVE!
FOUR SIZES.
arWarranted to give satlsfactlonM
SIANDFACTUBBO AND FOtt SALS' BY
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.
No. 19 and 91 Kaat ieoond-atret,
jalitf (THOINNATI, OHIO.
JUST RECEIVBD-200 do. oan Fresh
D.leware Peacbes;
30 cases assorted Havana rreaerves;
ro cases assorted brands Fruits (rreaah);
30 cases French Brandy Cherries;
aOoases Irenck Oberkinst
20 cases French Capers;
36 eases Brandy Peaches', .
10 sacks Texaa Pecans; ,
a casks Iniliah Split Peas. For sale, wholesale
and retail, by JOHN BATHS,
loo national i neater rtuuaina, ovcamore si.
ADMINISTEATOR'S NOTICE NO-
TIOB is berby Riven that the sulworiber bas
been appointed and qualified aa Admlstrator on the
Estate of JCugene Traiebaa, late of Hamilton Oonnty,
decaaed. All persons bavin elaima against the
estate will please present them, and those indebted
to tbe estate will please call and settle without any
farther notice.
HOBEBT PALM KB, Administrator.
Oan be found at tbe Western Museum, corner of
Third and Bio.more-streeta. ja240-ltaw
Cincinnati, January 21, 1860.
"J 0TICB- AN INVENTORY OF THE
ll Estate of Kugene T rate has, late of Hamilton
County, deceased, will take place on the THIRTY
FIB8T (SI) DAY Of J AHO ABY, 1860, commencing
at 10 o'clock, at th Western Museum, north-east
-corner of Third and Sycamore-streets.
BOBKBT PALM1B, Administrator.
Cincinnati, January 31, 1860. ja24e
Hflis AND NX8, SHANK 8' 8
ADINCING AG1DBM.A
Ua .. . . ; . BIOOKP TIBM. 'sitael
Natteaal Hall, Tlaereet abowe Fifth.
The lesson are so arranged that beginners can
aonunenoe at any time. deotf
Je f BUTLER'S
ExceUior Fluid Ink.
Manufactory. vine t
LANK V BODLIY,
' . MAirCPAOTUBJaa OP
Wood-Working llahiiiery,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Career 4ha and Water aMClnfliaiUtl,e.
aae-lr
TXAS A large and well-ueorted stock of
"fin Oreea and Black Tt" at
FBBorreoira,
laW Corner flnth aad Ttoe-etreete.
COAL OIL At 90 eeat per gallon, aai
warranted the beat la ae market, at
gkBQnHON'H.
JalS
Oorner Vlnth and Vlne-streeta.
THRESH BALTIMORE j OYSTERS R.
JB.' ceived every day at fIrWCSON'8,
j18
doner Uith and Vlntreete.
WM. H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of the euperlor and Oommon Plea
Oonrta. Bank Bull ling, north weat coraerof Haiti
n Tblrdrtreaea. - - - , . . . I
FRANKLIN, TIPS AND STEREOTYPE
rOTJNDBT, , ALLISON, MWrihteadeat,"
rriatiM Hatriait of auluao. I4ta-ut,
AUCTION SALES

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