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rANTED A few imark rat nergetio
i a to mi new nna
city. Apply, between 10 end 11 A. M. aid 2 end 4 P.
M.' at Bo'im T. Houthgato House. fel0b
ANTED TO BENT A Pmall Jarm,
with eomfortahle booM, eto Inquire of or
VAN. UAUiVAAt et r mvmim wuiit ur Jw.
WANTED A PACKER None bat those
that are com potent need apply, ee we want an
A No. 1 Packer only. To such liberal wages will Da
siren. . GRAY. HEMIntillAi A onus.,
No. 20 East Columbia atn.t.
WANTED A WIFE-A young man of
unexceptionable hablti aud oharaoter, de-
airei to lorm the acquaintance of tome young lady,
with view to matrimony. The requirement! da
aired ara not ao lunch In appearance aa in aocom.
Sllihmeute. Address W. M. C., oara of Penny Press
WANTS D A young widow woman,
(American,) with imall child, SH years
old, (a glrl,)nisbeeto obtain a plac or home f B a
family without children, for herself and child, to
cook, 4c. Apply on Wade-street, third dooi abort
WANTED A respeotable young man, of
good address, to learn the ambrotype bull
ness and make himaelf generally naefal, and who
will not OUieOKIO travel, M rvuiurea. ommj auiait
Apply bi toe uaquerreuui u
Ninth and Main.
WANTED A young man, who was dark
In a forwarding ana commteaion honee laat
season, wUhea a altnation in a atore or offloe in Cin
cinnati orricinity, where be will endeavor to make
himself nieful. The bett of reference given. Ad.
ilreaa W., Box 2,147. Cincinnati P. 0. feb
WANTED A MAN Who understands
driving and the care of horses and to work
in garden. No one neod answer this who can not
kIvo good reference aa to capability and good bablta.
A'KirwW aUOCfr POX 3 rmwuivo. iwgu
i7'ANTED ROOMS Bv a small family,
within a short distance of the Poatofflce. Address
fl., Preas Office, etatlng terms, ieyu-
WANTED A GIRL On that under
tanda basting ladlea' galtera tor the machine
can hare em ploymen t at No. 484 John- st. fc9b
WANTED Two or three boarder, at 191
Longworth-street, near the oorner of John.
nelorencea excoangaa. w
WANTED ROOM By two gentlemen,
a well-famished room, with gas, without
board. Aadtess Box 2,279 Poatofflce. feOb
ANTED A SITUATION Al Cham
bermaid on the river. Addreai Al. a., init
WANTED $4,000, for four or Ave years,
secured by mortgage on property In the
northern part of Olnoinoeil. Addreaa Box O, Coy
ington. ; fe7d
WANTED Clerks, book-keepers, galea
men, bar-keepers, porter, coopers, (serpen
ten, mechanics, laborers and others, can find situa
tions at the Merchants Clerke Beglstry 'Office, .138
Walnut-street. fe6aw1 HALK A CO.
FOR SALE HOUSES AND LOTS.
two-atory Frame House, of aix rooms and
attic, on aonth alrte of Lougworlh-street, near Can-tral-arenne,
A two-story Frame Home, of six rooms, on north
aide of Mulberry -street, near Main-will be sold low.
A two atory Frame Honee, of fonr rooms, on east
side of Kim-street, near Liberty-lot 17 feet i inches
front by 91 feet deep-for $1,800.
Two entirely new three-story Brick Houses,
eight rooms each, well Bulshed throughout, on south
aide of Hatbaway-atreet, near Jane-will be sold low.
Two entirely new two-atory Brick Houses, of
rooms each, on eaat side of Mound -at., ntar Clark.
A three-awry Brick Honxe, of twelve rooms,
Mllton-at., near Broadway-will be sold for $3,010.
Two entirely new three-story Brick Homes,
aeven rooms each, on York-etreet, near Bay miller
will be sold so as to pay 10 per cent. Income on
investment. , ...
A three-atory urica uouw, oi v, -
lot, 11 feet front by 87 feet, on Bughee-atreet,
$3.200-rents for $350 per year.
Two entirely new two-atory Brick Houses, of
rooms and bawment, on south aide of YYads-itreet,
near Freeman, for $2,7Su each.
A two-story Frame House, of Ave rooms, on north
Side of Kigbth-street, near John, for $2,0.
A two-atory Frame Honeon north side of Betts
street, near Linn-lot 28 feet front by 9 feet deep,
an alley, with a brick stHble-wlll be eold a bargain.
A two'and-a-half-etory Brick Home, of Are rooms
and kitchen, on north side of Oeorge-atreet,
Two Frame Cottage Honaes, of four rooms each,
on aoutb side of Poplar-street, near Freeman-lota
each IS feat front by 94 deep- al ; $l,40'i each.
.- A two-story Frame House, of six rooms, on south
aide of Lanrel utreut, near John' for $2,6(10
A two-story Brick Uon.e, of seven rooms, on south
eldeol Bevenlh-street, near Linn-lot Jj foet
by (16 feet deep will bo sold low. -
Vrui-A n,,fnhr r.f lluuaes and Lots in Newport,
Covington and on Walnut Uills. .
ALbO-A number or raoant Lots In tbia
Corlngton and N.wponj nv
No. 2 Apollo Bnildings, cor. Fifth and Walnut.
-arnn rat, IS A full set of Dentist's Instru-
' JT ments, nearly dpw. Apply at 17S Vine-street,
between Fourth and Fifth.
Xniia-Bireei, or vu iuo
FOR SALE A desirable Lot, 30x84
to a 12-foot alley, aonth aide of Longworth
. . r hi ,, utnwintint t. lh.
Street, weal oi riuiu, ", , V ,
Beta, ana in me ist"S".. SS,.
city. Apply to J, B. MtsiiPaaaaa,
TsnBtm KENT The major part of a
,,,.'. hl.h la but partly furnished. .Address
f8, tinvluaton. Ky.. or office oi Penny Press, renin-
FOR RENT R0OMB Three Purnithed
Boom,, .ith,r for slngl. . nt!em.n or lady
gentleman, inqniroaiuu. "i
ixthand tjerenth. felob
FOR REN T A COTTAGE Containing
four rooms, with front and back-jard, on
two squares above Baum. Bent SS per
FOR RENT New Briok House of
rooms, on George-street, No. l, between
ern-row and Plum. Inquire next door. 3. felob
OR LEASE Peipetually, with
of purchase any time within fifteen years.
feet front on the south side ot uuver, commencing
m feet east of BatmllleMt. .
atraat. commencing 38 fret east of BaymlUer-street.
street, oumuieuv 8AMTJKL A. 8ABGKMT,
Mo. 2 Apollo Bolldingcor. Fifth and Walnut
FOR RENT HOUSE A new and
Brick Home of alx rooms, papered,
and gas,aituatodon Lpngwnrth-atrect, a few
west of Btone. south aide. For particulara,
the north-west corner of W'$'&"utM,
srwnu R1T.HT A Stone House of four
M: on Obserratonr-street, Mount Adams,
apply on the premises, or rat So. 29
.tr.et.of MICHAEIi McllONMELL.
Ttr(iR HUNT COTTAGE Of four
JD and attic small barn, with three or fonr
of rich land, aultable for gardening pnrpoeea,
on a good slVe, and near the city. Poaseasion
BVoh lj or a'ooner If desired. Apply
ioriber, No. 4 PubUo Landing, from 9 to "
g to 8 P. At. . .feaaw! . . T.
BOARDING A pleasant room, on
toor, with gas, soluble for two or three
be obtained, with firat-clats
In a private family, at la Plum-atreet, near
BOARDING A few more gentlemen
be accommodated with good board at
Pearl-street, corner of Lawrence.
OARDING A gentleman and his
can hare a nice ironi room, waa
TB-.KAT, ESTATB Persons having
JL erty in the West End will And a ready
, l .. . .1,1. , h. ..rfanlonMl.
FOll BK NT Offices, Lodging-rooms and
for small families, apply to Jima
So. a Weat Blxth-atreel.
FOR HIRS Six large colored
arrived from Lynchburg, Va., need
to farming, and good with an ex. Can be
J iiEif t fouiTh-atreet. Intelligence Offlc
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M-M types. Tbe flnder wiu pieaae y
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LbTIBBB DbTAIBID fOB TART Of PoSTAQg
February 8 :
B. Robinson. Westboro, Clinton County, Ohio.
J. W. Bogg, Philadelphia, Penn.
Notion, Wo are requested to state that the
Mr. Goldberg arrested In Louisville, Ky., a
few days ago, on oharge of receiving stolen
goodt, ia no relation to M. Goldberg, dry
goods merchant on Market-street, In that city,
PbOCBBOIBGB OF TBI CoOsTTT C0MKIS8I0BSR8.
At the regular session of the County Oommls
tioners, held yesterday morning, one order
only was passed, and it amounted to the tri
fling sum or $io ov. no other business was
Mbtbobologioal Obsbbvatiohb By Henry
Ware, Optician, No. 7 West Fourth-street,
O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer.
7 A. M...,...,..........-. .29.32 Above aero 88
12 U ................... .2 il.v Above aero e'i
6 P. M. ..,..,..,, mm9.U - Above aero 33
Man Sivibilt Kickid bt a Horsb. A far
mer named Joseph Weir, residing a short dis
tance from the eity, near Mt. Healthy, while
in the stable engaged In some manner with
his horses, yesterday morning, was kloked by
one ot them in the abdomen, and so severely
injured that his recovery ia extremely doubtful.
Siath hom Dxlibioh Teimbks. Coroner
Carey was called upon yesterday afternoon to
hold an inquest npon the body of a man named
Peter Fredibene, who died quite suddenly
the City Prison. He waa about thirty years
of age, and lived with his mother, on the canal,
near Fifteenth-street. Of late he has been
quite dissipated, and was confined in the insti
tution in which he died, having been found
guilty in the Police Court of habitual drunken
ness. The jury rendered a verdiot of death
from aVtriunt Irtmeni.
Rbfcbucaic Pbiiiabt Mbbtixgs. Benjamin
Eggleston and Peter Zinn, members of the
First and Second Districts, invite the members
of that nartv to meet in the various townships
and precinota of this county, at the usual
places oi holding elections, on luesaay, tne
21st Inst., between tne nonrs oi i and r. m.,
and In the oitv between VA and 9 o'olock
M., for the purpose of electing: delegates
attend a County and L)istrlot Convention,
be held In this oity oa the 22d inst., at
o'olock A. M.. for the purpose of electing two
delegrates to the Chicago Convention from
each .District, and onoosing tnirty-tnree aeie
gates to represent the county in the State Con
vention, to be held at Columbus on the 1st
Maroh, to elect Senatorial Delegates to
National Republican Convention.
Mas Sbvbbblt Bbitbm and Robsid.
young man, named George Hehman.
knocked down and robbed while walking
.inns Front-street, near the Ohio and Missis
sippi Railroad Depot, night before last.
states that he waS'Orertaken by a couple
mon, about eleven o'clock, who, without speak
ing, felled him to the sidewalk and rifled
pookets of a watch worth $40, and a porte
inoonai containing, about $21. In his efforts
to arise and defend himself from his
he was repeatedly struok, and
head, face and body were badly bruised
ha .nnnndrela. wno neu as soon an iney
obtained possesion of his money. It would
I QUiaiuvu puoDU'owi. w. J
afTorrl na exseedins? great Pleasure w near m
" 7. " .Vv. ij "i-ki- h.!n
tow oi vuoa uiium6i -- e
dead while in the not of plundering
peaceable oitisen, and we doubt not a perform
ance of this kind once or twioe repeated,
would for a time at least, rid our city of
wolf-Hke bipods. .
POLIOS CODBT FlBAlB Of THB LATB BgOAD-
wiv Btibbibo AfFAia. Judge Lowo yester
day morning examined twenty-eight
but they were almost wholly without interest.
The only case worthy of notice was that
Louis Lambert and Julia Selmao, who
Implicated in the late stabbing ease on Broad
way, near Hunt. Several witnesses were
all of whom testified that Lambert,
after a few high words had pasted between
him and Mr. Oullum, drew a knife and plunged
it into his body. An effort was made to
that thd knife belonged to Julia Selman,
this failed, and the woman was mtonargea,
while Lambert was committed to jail, to
a trial before the next term oi the Court
Common Pleas, in default ot ban, in tne
of $800. The wounded man is ssid to be
nrnv ne. and. witn oare. it it expected inai
will fully recover. His injuries, however,
quite severe, and will confine him for
liuio w uia uou uw wu.
Bioos'b Mbboibtilb Colliob. Since
Jamiiw of ProfeBsor R. 8. Bacon, we
haAn reneatedlv Questioned at to whether
Mercantile College whioh bears bis
wnnM ha continued. We have been
that the sessions will continue as
under the supervision oi rroiesoor . a.
whn haa bean eonneoted with the institution
for several years, and for the two years
baa ooonnied the nrlnoipal chair. He
. . . . 1 . . c . . ...
aided ny competent assietante, auu wiu
to-merlCin the future hlston -of the
the enconlumi .with which it has .tan
in thm neat. The natronage of tbe
ia van irnorl indeed, having at present
- ... .... , , j. !
persons in aauy attendance, anu ounug
past year a totai vi uu. new mu ,u
u-.il lift retmlar rezistered names.
m TiMnarani tA 0ive iuii. morouna ana
instructions in all matters appertaining
nD.ntila hnainesa. and honing, bv oare
Srl.lltr. ia mainUin the renuutlon tne
hat already established, expeols to render
advantage to every youtn in toe oounir
take a througn course at tout msutuuon.
SnsBiff's "Balbb or Rbal Estatb.
flberiff's salssof Real Estate, yesterday
ln. were largelv attended, and the
waa quite spirited. Of eight pieces of
erty wtticn were cnereo, sis were aoiu
Lot in Deercreek valley, Known aa
In a sub-division or property maue v
Wood's. Mills and Hall. Valued at $425,
nM in Rnnrra UomlnlcK lor KH.
wt j , i. i n.,MML.l- M ,1, m
ainiiKB aaa lu. iu vuiuiuwii.. vmm
east corner of the New Richmond
and Green-street, being 40 feet iront on
by 100 feet deep. Valued at
,r.A tn R. W. Miller for SS34.
T.n(. Nna. H7 and anu in jaeoo
recorded plot of subdivison of the
. a . i afteSA
Cumminsrllle. vaiuea at etou eaou,
..M tn a. Unas k Bo. for $100 each.
Lot on the aonth tide of Tork-sUeet,
feet west of Linn, being 20 feet wide
feet deep. Valued at $1,050 fur the
and improvements, and sold to
Klnkup for $810. ....
Lot No. 29 in plot of subdivision
made by Sylvanus Wright, on Walnut
and recorded In book 134, page 100,
Hamilton County Records, valued at
foot, and sold to WWlami A Ford for
per front foot. 9
Miss Emma Hardinge, the Spiritualist.
Miss Emma Hardinge, during her nreient
visit to this eity, has ereated qolte a sensation
among the "Spiritualists," who regard her aa
one ot the most inspired ana eloquent among
their female meamms. bus nas given several
lectures or disoonnes recently in a "trgneo
state," as it ia termed, that have been highly
lauded by the disciples of the "Harmouial
Philosophy." Last evening miss uaraiago
was announced to lecture at National Hall,
and, thinking a few words about one ao muoh
admired by her sect would not be uninterest
ing, we made it our business to be present.
Mist JSmmi Hardinge, u we may oe so un
ffftllant aa to eoniecture a woman's age, seems
about two or three and thirty; ia a blonde,
with deep blue, handsome eyes, and light
brown hair, falling about her neok in small
rinttlets. much in Lola Moutez's style. ' Her
faceisdecldelv English, barring its vivacity
and mobility, with an unusual degree of color.
manifesting an excess or pnytieej neaun, ana
organs unexceptionably eupeptic Her figure
la round and symmetrical, with an approach to
voluptuousness, and her toilette careful and
Hei Toioe is full and melodious, and her
enunciation elear and distinct, with a declam
atory tone and monotonous intonation Jcou
tracted, we suppose, in the hiatrionio profes
sion which, we are informed, she abandoned
to embrace tne uootnnes oi we new pnuos
Her aubjeot last evening, aa nearly as we
could gather, was Spiritualism regarded at a
religion, regulating tne aots oi men ana ro
warding? them hereafter. She considered Splr
Unaltsm in various liehts: true in history,
reason, justioe, life and nature, as shown by
numerous comparisons and analogies that
wonld be tedious here to enumerate.
Man on this nlanet remarked the leeturesi
was in a state of probation and judgment-
hero he was fitting himself lor another ana
fiiirliar inhere, whloh would be as hla life on
o- 1 . . , .
earth, motive was onaracier ana we ruin vi
existence, the standard of man's morality, the
!. of his being, the standard By wntcn ne
tmiffAd. It was the motive that deter
mined the future condition, and the life
him whose motive was good was gooa aiso
imrA and. hereafter. Those who were selfish
and avaricious and vlndiotive, were! denied
wmnathw and consolation in the next sphere
until tnoy naa aaranoea to uigiin, wuu
those who were pure and gentle and loving
found in another life all ue qualities, in an in
ATasad degree, that were' dear to them in this
Th snirit was immortal; external nature
Droved this; and progress was the law of be
i nff. Eash man was an individual, and was
attracted to and repelled by kindred spirits,
These noted on him through time and eternity
.nrl when the congenial souls aepartea to an
other sphere, they watched over, and eommu
nioatedwtth, their brother on earth, and
made, with his own pore and loving nature,
bis happiness through all the possible oiroles
nf th future.
This certainly not new at all waa about
what the leotureia said, though it required two
hours for her to utter it in her discursive, ait
fn.A and ambitious, theueh ordinary, rhet-
Bhe was often agreeable, on acoount
her pleasant voise and earnest delivery;
he srew prolix and tedious to us long before
she bad finished, though not in any way,
Hare ha sworn, to those of her pertnaslon, who
appeared to hang with rapture on her merest
We observed in Miss Hardinge what
often have in Spiritualists the adoption of
sort of rhetor! o tnat is snowy ouen, outoneap,
Mead with a ertaln'metaDhvsio&l termln-
nioov. lacking the spirit of philosophy,
n frennant luueifioial reference to learned au
thors and famous characters all of whioh
likely to pass ourrent for learning and elo
quence with the half-thinking and semi-Intel
still. Miss H. possesses capacity far above
most spiritual leoturesses, and has the exaot
qualities that would be apt to draw, and even
dnifle manv of her sect, and whloh might
interest the more conservative philosophers,
she would not so overburuea them witn
M.,ain. mn MaNUF AOTUBXBS'
changb. Tho attendance at the meetings
the Meobanks' and Manuiaoturers- jxouange
lSBteadilyon the increase, aa also is the
manifested in its proceedings by
members. Yesterday morning the meeting
was very large. President Rnnyan ocouplod
.i.. -v.;. .ml tr, minnteaof the last oroceea-
lugs were read and approved, after whioh
following new members were proposed
eleoted : Stadler, Bevia A Co., wholesale
chantB; G. Brashears A Co., commission
chants; Thomas C. Ware, lawyer; R. C. Smith
paver; proposed by G. W. Ruyan. Thomaj
lr....n lmnhaa marflhanti nroDOBed bv
Gilpin. Hiram Decamp, briokiaysrj
flordeman. same: proposed by R. B. Moorei
Samuel Males, agricultural implement manu4
faotorer; proposed by Barrett MoBrlde.
P. Smith, Btalr-bullder; proposed by P. HinkW
Marsh A Co., cement and plaster dealers;
posed by D. M. Fisher. '
iienry iv. vorwiu, nui ,vivi,
wio. n.vrlaon A Wilson, aoioe mills, by
Cummings; W. H'. Higbee, lumber dealer,
R. M. White; John jr. wntsee, unueriaaer,
John B. Dircn; lianna x uauner, pninvora;
k A. Looker: Uavld Itooan. stair outiuer,
by H. W. Stephenson; Hughes A
-T.t.in mill, bv C. F. Wilstaob:
Mitchell, chair manufacturer, by Smith
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college, bTn appointed for the purise
favored arrangements forgrand
banauet and nop, to his dmo uu mu-
... Ana ' . -, IV.
day evening, mo a mat.,
House. Mine hosts of that sstabllshnot
all things well" that appertain to tbe
of their guests, and to judge from thehbility
to prepare lor an anair oi uua iun
. .. , i 11,1 , ...... BA,ta
aOUutieSB oe B omiiaua husi www
hat been engaged for the occasion, aninrita
tions have been extended to Hon. Mllld
John J. Crittenden, John Bsli.l
ter Davis. JBdwara nates, ana man
distinguished statesman, some of wba
no doubt be present.
Hawley; A. B. Colville, BCftie manuiaoturer
1 Tsui PnllfMik.
. i At- - A ewlia la Mat kananwl
it was luun infAL m iiioiaA wuu uctatj
banker for the past twenty-five years,
th i mom ne make a reoort in reierence
banks and banking, with oitetions from
Hffarent laws regulating tnis matter.
session to-oay wm, inoruiu, auw.au;
interesting, and a full attendance is
Obi Hubdbbd aud Twbbty-bbvbhth
VBBBABT Of WASHIOrO'8 BlBTH-BAT.-The
coming anniversary or tne Dirtn-aay oi
lngton promises to do very gauaiwuT
The following committee, nou. . dumu
rison, James F. Torrenee, G. Brashean
B. Probasoo, . naruett, ueorge
Jones, M.B. Wright, T. 0. Ware, Jaa.
S. P. Shearer, Jas. Berry, H. W. BrowiS.
S. Harwood, Chris, uonstaoie,
lows: no. a
street, f80O, and
Obabo Ri-Vbioi n Pbospsot.
movement of the committee appcted
arrange for an appropriate celebran of
interesting epoeh in the existence the
M. M. Library Association, assures uhat
are to have the occasion memoraf
Tbe General Committee et
night, and appointed a Special Couittee
report a plan at an adjourned mtng
night, vIb: Theodore Cook, I M.
Taylor, W. C. Vanderbllt, WmStuart,
Joseph Torrenoe, W. J. Whitema
Lnpton, J. H. Brotherton, A. Bderiam,
n. u. niltnn. E. B. Hinman. Johf.
well, John A. Gano, H. Morris Johnt,
tfaalar. Georfa H. Wolf. M. T. Vlamton,
and B. N. Pike, who had a metg,
agreed to have the celebration on
7 P. M-, at Pike's Opera-houee.Husio
Reading Anniversary Address Od-Suppef
and Danes. The occasion will be j long
: 1 .
agr Tbla morning, at half-it
o'clock, J. Graff Co. sell at at No.
East Fourth-street, an Invoice onl
lamps, new and second hand fursre,
lTWlln, foartesn jarje wiaaow unv,
Fire Last Evening—Loss $20,000.
About six o'olook last evening a fire was
discovered in the cellar of the building located
at No. til Baoe atreet, between jrineentn ano
Liberty, by a man named Mishael Anth, who
tan into the lower part of the house and threw
open a window, whloh caused a draught, and
rendered the names so nerce mat it was witn
considerable diffioalty that he efieoted bis es
cape. His arms, neck and fsoe were badly
burnt, out nis injuries, aitnougu great, it
thought, will not prove fatal.
The fire rapidly oommunlsated itself to the
npper part of the building, and, In conse
quence of the inflammable nature of the con
tents, although the Fire Department was
promptly on tne ground, it was almost ue
atroyed. It was owned and oooupied as a saw
mill bv Kimball ic Weed whose loss will reaoh
$8,000, upon whioh there la an insurance of
4auu' . ......
The building next to and south ot tne aoore
was occupied as a chair factory by William
Naber, and although the damage to the build
ing is quite slight, his stock was almost wholly
destroyed, ceasing a loss of nearly $6,000
insured for $1,600 only. He had in his em
ploy twelve journeymen, whose tools were aiso
destroyed, causing a toss to mem eqaai, proo
ably, in the aggregate, to $2,000.
The second-story of Kimball t Weed's es
tablishment was partially injured, and was oc
cupied as a turning shop ny -award Dapper,
whose loss will bo less than $500, npon whioh
there waa no Insurance. Messrs. Shots A
Evans ooounled the building; adjoining this
one on the north as a box faotory, and their
loss will probably amount to $l,uoo, insured
The origin of tne Are is unknown, but tne
entire lots to the buildings and their contents
will not exoeed $20,000. The fire department
worked with their usual aottvity, and it is
somewhat remarkable that the lots was not
greater, when we remember that all the homes
Mbbtiho or thb Mbhbbbb or thb Cbbtbal
Pbsbbttbbiai Chcboh. Qalte a large meet
ing of the members of the Central Presbyte
rian Church waa held, night before last, for
the purpose or taking Into consideration
proposition, from the pastor, who, it appears,
, r j, , .v. t..:..i.in ..i.iu.
uesirea w uisauiv uio rviamvuouip .Ai.wug
between them. The church numbers about
five hundred members; and of these one hun
dred and eighty-eight were present, and
organised by calling Richard Smith to the
After the meeting htd been regularly
opened for the transaction of business, the
pastor, Nathaniel West, arose, explained the
object 01 toe meeting, ana presentea tueae
three written reasons for his desire to dissolve
bis connection with the ohuroh: first, a want
of co-operation on tne part of the members
with bis labors; second, an insufficient salary;
and third, the want of a psrsonsge, and the
liability of being compelled to move once
twioe a year.
Mr. West addressed the members at some
length, and alluded to the dissatisfaction tome
of the members had expressed because of the
comparatively few pastoral visits he had been
able to mate, aaa excusea nimsou on tne
ground of ill health and the amount of terri
tory occupied by the members of the ehurob,
and afterward retired.
After several addresses byvarlous members,
a vote was taken upon the proposition : "Shall
the members of the Central Church unite
tbelr Pastor, Rev. N. West, in his prayer
the Presbytery for a dissolution of the con
nection now existing between them ?"
The proposition was lost oy a vote or
to 02 six of the members who were present
voting blank. The meeting, with this ex
pression of its sentiment, adjourned.
Fbaudulbbt Rbal Estatb Tsabsaotiohs
Abbbbt or ak Alliqxd 8wikoi.br. A man
calling himself Jesse Embree, pretending
be a dealer in, and large owner ot, real estate
In the North-west, sold some weeks since,
George Brown, residing in Bsllair, Belmont
County, one hundred and twenty aeres of land
in Iowa for
UU.J 4K. Biol.
and found the property he had bought,
was told Embree bad no claim to it whatever,
but that if he wished to purchase be could
have it for $3,200.
Brown, having no doubt he had
swindled, returned to this eity, and Informed
our polioe of the transaction, and gave a cription
of E.'s personal appearance. E,,
nas Deen traveling in tne norm, recently,
in tne oity yesterday, at tne Uait House,
Lieutenant Small encountering him, took
into custody, and last night sent him In oharge
of an offioer to Bellair.
Embree, who had a carpet-sack full of deeds
and documents, assumes to be, as we
said, a large land-owner, and to have
unjustly accused of dishonesty.
Peohablb Homioidb at Wabaaw, Kt.
Saturday last a difficulty occurred at Warsaw,
Ky., between two men named James Owen
and Frank MoMahon, in regard to a dog
in whioh the former struck the latter with
stiok of wood, and injured him so severely
his recovery is regarded as extremely
doubtful. Owens was immediately arretted
and committed in default of bail
the amount of $300 for hia appearance at
next term of Court to answer a oharge of
and batterv. whioh.' from the oondition
Jobs! of the wounded man, it is now thought
A have to be obanged to one of bomiolde.
Mahon's skull was fractured by the blow,
last evening he was In suoh a condition as to
any hope which might have existed
regard to ultimate recovery.
Sssious Aooidbbt to a Womab. A woman
named Margaret Lehmer, residing on Liberty-
street, near Central-avenue, fell into the
of her reeidenoe yesterday afternoon, and
severely injured. The door opening into
cellar from the sidewalk had been removed
that a load of wood might be thrown through
it, and when this had been completed it
allowed to remain own. The woman hanoen-
ing to pass it while tn this oondition,
mis-step was precipitated upon the wood.
right arm was nroxen ana ner tsoe very
scratched and bruised, but her system
suoh a state that it will render her recovery
extremely doubtful, although these are
only external signs or injury.
Sudbbb axd MtstibiouS Dbath. A
named Samuel was found dead in one of
water-cloreta attaohed to the Dennlson
early yesterday morning, bat we were
to ascertain either the immediate oanse of
demise, where be belonged, or his occupation.
We believe, however, that he has been
to a disease of some kind, for a long
which had often caused htm to fall in a
of epilepsy, and are lnolined to the
that this produoed his death, although
definite could be ascertained in regard to
RsuovAli. Messrs. Hughes k Doriand
removed their jewelry house from Walnut
street to north-west oorner of Pearl and
They have a fine stock of jewelry on
and will be happy to see their patrons
their new stand.
Matob'b Codbt. A man named
Jeoco was fined $1 40 yestertjay, for indulging
in too muoh Bourbon.
Local Lboislatioit. Mr. Fisk,
from the oounties of Kenton and Campbell,
introduced into the body of whloh be
member, a bill to amend the charter of
City of Covington, and alto to amend
charter of Trinity Churoh. We are unable
state the nature of tbe change proposed.
TVabhihotob Abtillbbt. The members
the Waahtrgton Artillery Company will
this evening for the purpose of deciding
a style of uniform and transacting such
business as may come before them.
Matob'b Coubt. Henry Sampson wm
$3 it yesterdsy for abusing his family.
1 wife wm the complaining witness.
Pin's Opsba-hoobs. The andlenee last
night at the Opera-home was the smallest of the
week, bat the play paused off very agreeably. This
evening haa been set apart for tha benefit or Jnlia
Tean, and she will appear In two of bar best aa'ta.
IriDK.and at "Mrs. Uhllllngtone" In thea'egut
oomedlelta orTm Moeai.a (Jill. Mr. Conway ap
eearina aa "Coionna" and "Sir Id ward Ardent."
That both these plays will be effective no one can
Qonot, ana we nope tne nouse may ue erowaen.
Wood's Tbbitbb. Tbb Doou or Dbvillb,
In onr opinion, doomed never to be popular, h been
withdrawn, and tula evening Mr. Thomas Donnelly,
formerly a comedian at this eatabHshment, will take
a benefit. The bill oonslata of TBS CuaaroiL Boas-tea-to
be followed by Tun Wihomux, and conclud
ing with Tna Baoaua Maim, in all of which pieces
nr. vonaeiiy win appear.
NiTiogif. Tbiatxb. A nomplimentary
benefit haa been tendered to Mr. William 8. Irwin,
the Treaanrer at this eatabllabraent. to take place
tbls evening. The program me ia really an excelleot
one; and, as the deserts! of the benetlciarle are
very great, we doubt not the house will be tilled to
repletion. The performanoewilloommence with the
beautiful one ratio nlar of Thb Dasohtsb of THB
Bioihekt. with Lnoy Ksoott aa "Marie," to be fol
lowed bv the comedy of the Caown Panfcs,and oon
elude with the laat act of II Taovatobs.
Suite k Nixon's Hall Waugh's Italia
Issllll on exhibition at Smith a Nlxon'e Hall, and is
drawing excellent audiences twice a day.
LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT.
White and Stokes vs. Booking. The plain
tiffs Sled a motion to dissolve an Injunction. The
defendant purchased a stock of articlea in the nick-
ling line, in boston: the debt was not paM, and
about $250 worth of the property waa attached. The
defendant obtained a temporary Injunction, and on
a motion to dissolve this order of injunction the
qnoetion waa presented whether be could avail him.
elf of the ezemation luw of thl. Hulia. Jndcre
Storer remarked that he did not think this one of
the ease contemplated by tne law. Tne property
waa the Identical article he had purchased from his
creditors in Boston: and if the exemption law waa to
Include aoaaeor tula kind, a man might ge Into debt
to the amount of eeveral thonaand dollars, spend all
out mre. nuoureu uuii.rs, on uiinteu or iamiiy, or
In Idle speoutations.knd whena.ked 10 give It up,
1 say it was exempted by law. Vnder the view the
Uourt took ot it, tne injnnotion must ue dissolved.
Kllia botidder vs. Tne t'nio ana ntsmsiippi ttall
road Oomrany and the City. A petition to recover
dower. J ue uuy owneu tne
leased It tor a term or years
par. The City claims tne Kailroad must pay.
Ilty owned the property originally, and
term oi years to tne aitstissiesi nan-
road Company. The Company claims the Cily moat
ar. roe uuy claims me jiauroaa must pay.
J ad ire Btorer said an easy aolutlon of the ouwtlon
would bo found by referring to the statute. When
an application is mads for dower, the law requires
taadefendunt should be charged with holding the
next Immediate estate of inheritance, fulfilling the
statute of Gloucester, which requires the heir
holder of the fee Invested with the teal title to set off
dower. It must be an Indefeasible fee simple, in
which dower ia aet off. The RallroadUomnanv had
no auch estate in this property, and oould not be
made a party.
D-lworth vs. Strong. In tbls case the Court re
fused to permit an arbitration aa being too indefinite
to be made a rule of Court, and set it aside,
Ibdiotubkts Attn Fibial Rsfobt fbom thb
Oaawn Jobt. At four o'clock yesterday afternoon
final report waa presented to Jndge Mallon by the
Grand Jury. In which tber state thev were in session
four days, examined 13d wltnessea iu SB canes, and
found K9 trne bills of indictment. Also, that tbey
visited the County Jail, aad, so far aa they could as
certain the rules thereof, were observed.
The indictments reported were aa follows: David
Boyd, murder in the second degree; Thomas Heed,
murder In the second degree; Joseph Connelly, mall
oions stabbing; Bichard Hemshore, ditto; -lame.
McDonald, ditto; Lewis Lambert, ditto; Jackson
Btonghton, assault with intent to kill; wm. File-
nogu, awo; secona inaicimeni agamm me snow
burglary; Geo. Marshall, obtaining goods nnderlalse
pretenses; Barney McGuire, robbery; Wm. Bewson
and several others, riot; Win. Benaon and others,
riot; Win. A. Bagley and otners. riot; F. Zender,
aaaniilt and battery; T. Marah, ditto.
The following parties were Indicted for selling
llauoroontrarv tn law! Valentine Eckert. John Bis-
ler and John V. Vanklrk.
The Ohio has eontinned abont stationery
this point since our last Issne; but steamers from
above report the water receding, although Its tribu
taries wore riling at Init accounts. Below the river
la In a verv fair ara.e for all ciaaaoa of steamers.
The weather was raw and blustering retterdar.
wind blowing in Ihe afternoon aufflclently to render
the transaction of bualnesa on the Landing rather
in. Levee was quite animatea yrateraay more
probably, than on any previoua day of the v,eek.
The boats that arrived and departed w.ire
freighted. Kates were firm with liberal offerings
Plttaburg-Ootton, 7M.I Molaases. 79o. Whisky.
4no,: Flour, 2Ao.; Pork and Lard, Boo.; Pound
freights, WHS5I6C. per 100 lbs.
Maanvuie nisKy, per ort.,ooo., &ie, one.; rouna
Freights, 2.V8300. per 100 lbs.
Bt. Louie heavy Pound Freights, Mo. per 100
Whlaky and 011,690. per brl.; Stoves, 290.; Ale,6oo.
Eranavllle-WbiskyandOII.eoo. perbrl. -
airn w hlsky and Oil, n o. per brl.; Pound
Freights, 20o. per 100 lbs.
New Orleans Whlaky and Oil Mc; Flour, Potatoes,
Apples, Ac, ntn.; Pork, S6i.; Baoon and other Pound
freights, J03Sc. per 100 lbs.; Keg Lard, 20o.; Horses,
III) per bead,
Abbivalj. Jacob Strader. Tjonlsvllle; Prioress,
Madiaon; Melrose, Marsvllle; Boetona, Portsmouth;
Danleith Neville; Prairie K se, St. Louis; Lebanon,
Maahvllle; City or Madiaon, liow Orleans.
Ubpabtvbis. Jacob Strader, Louisville; Melrose,
Haysvllle; Priorena, Madison: Dunleitb, Neville;
Kostona, Portsmonth; HUver Moon, Memphli;
Stale and. Argonaut, Pittsburg; Emerald, New
MASONIC QUICKSTEP. PRICE
The Vacation Polka. ..........Prlce 90
The Kentucky Girls' Polka.....,.. file SO
The Forest Rose Schottitche Price 10
The above have handaomelv.lllnjtrated title-pages.
JOHN CflUBOU, jr.,
feS No. 66 West Fourth-street.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CHEAPER
AVJB. thaa ever. Great sacrifice of
Pianos, Melodeons, Vlolonoolloe,
violins, uuitars, Banjo strings, rrim
minffs. Ao.. durlncr the Holidays.
RelTiiiar fit llin ner cent, leas than any
other House in this city, and nrat-claea instruments
at that. So not buy an Instrument until you
called at No. 227 fifth-street, second door east
Plum, aonth side. BBITTINQ A BBO.,
Piano Makers, and Dealers in first-class Instru
GROVER & BAKER'S
New and Impfoved
SHUTTLE OR LOCK BTITCH
The best and only Machines In the market suitable
for all kinds of manufacturing purposes at the
LOW PRICE OP $50.
GROVER. & BAKER,
9EWING MACHINE CO.,
58 West Fourth-street.
I HAVE REMOVED MT SEAL
bight Machine Works to the
and elegant building
No. 61 West Fourth-street,
Between Walnut and Tine, Third
If TOD WANT A BBAIi PBESS ;
IF TOD WANT A BKWINO MA4MHINB
If yon wan t any kind of light MACHINIST, made
repaired, uivsi aia A UAAiti.
W. M. F. HEWSON.
Auctioneer, and Stock and Bill Broker,
No. 38 Thlrd-st., Basement of M amnio Buidinrf.
Stocks and Bonds bought and sold on commission.
Mercantile Paper and Loans negotlaied.
I Notes, fiivldeuda and Interest Coupons collected,
Of Stecks, Bonds, iEeal Batata, Ao., on any day
saarThe patronage of the pnbllo Is respectfully
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL REOPEN
hla anhnol. at 11144 Keventh-atraet. on
DAT next, February 6, and continue till tbe
June. There will be taught the usual brunches
an tngllah Education, the various branches of
Slain.uiatlcs, tne uatin, ureea uua r reucn
finance. Term, for the Knglisn,820; or $4 per
or the other tranche., $40, or 16 per month.
chirged from the date of entry.
frtbw QKOROf CUV.
TJtRANRLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
SPJ TTVlTT V A A t V WUAtBat a SA A.
w- EvvnistiiAi nuuiovn, DopvriDvrjnavBi;.1
1 Printing Materials of aU kinds, l Vuvs-strest,
Monetary and Commercial.
Monetary matters were rather xptlet jester
day, and the only change we heard of was the decline
In Iowa, Illinois and w uwonala notes to 2 die. -in.-. .
duced by the lowering ot Eastern Ixcbaaga In Chi.
oagoto S prem. All other kinds of nacnrraat Mo
ney were unaltered. - , : i
Our Money market continued easy for flrst-eUee
paper, which la aiill done in the regular quarter, at
Itg)i3 per cent. 1 he Danker, d.lir ovfuce an in
Created diipueWou to loan to undoubted pariiae.
Kaatern fcchini wi flrmr eterdy at H than
It baa been since the decline, and dealers ware Bul
lous to buy at 7a.
In uold, new uneaue xxcnanKn, lucurronv
Mooey.and Tioe-bltli there a. no cnange.
Flour waa dull and unsettled ymteraay, and his
ky unchanged with a lair demand. Unruly aay
cliangeof conacQiienceoccurred iu Provisions, though
an advance of 'a was f itaoilahed for Bacon shoulders.
Bulk Meats were lets liim.but steasrork waa steady.
In Grains and (Iroceriea there waa no alteration In
price or demand.
The Imports and Ixpoits ot rarlona articles for the
twenty-four hours ending yesterday noon, were :
laMitfl.-lnnlM. 3ia harrelK: Butter. 103 kef.:
Barley, 8Mbuauel.:Uorn, 8,141 bnahtila, Cheese, 77
boxes; Uotfee,v24 bags; Flour, 4,114 barrela; llop,
ueao; nay, f)3 oaies, jjaiu, o,o oris., uru, so
kega; Pork and Bacon, H tiercus, M brie., 2I)M lbs ;
PotMtoos,l,63o brii.; Sugar, 233 hhde.j Wheat, two
bushels; Whisky, 1,370.
axr-oava-Appies, Ijl barrels; Butter, SO kegs:
Barley, 4? bushels; Candies, 4S1 boxes; Cheese, Hi
boxes; Coffee, ?.0 bags; Flour, 2 brls.; Lard, 3o4 brie.;
Lard, M kegs; fork aud Baoou. 144 b tula., 43 tlercea,
brie., ! boxes; Potatoes, 710 brla.; Dall, 7 bags
Sugar, 107 hhda.; Whlaky, 936 brls.
We annex a comparative statement of the Exports
(exclusive of specie) from Mew York to foreign porta
for the week and since January 1 :
1S3H. 1S59. 1S60.
For the week.. f 8M,1" IW3 S17 Si 9C9.0C9
Previously reported. 4,671,044 3,820,101 S.468.4U
Blnce Jan. 1 ...$o,&3,200 $4,74,VI8 f ;,J7S,4l
In New York there Is ao change In Honey worthy
of note. The market is easy at t per cent on call
loans, aud 7HS and t on approved paper. Wsdnos
day'a Tribune aaya of Foreign Ixchange on Tuesday;
"The present packet haa been a moderate one for
foreign bills, auu at the close rates are not fully sua-
raiueu. ror meuing too is auotii tne top rate,
Bank bills, with a city bank indorsement, bare been
sold at that."
The Baltimore Money market is gradually relax
ing, and there is leas difficulty now in negotiating
good, business Paper on the atreet, and at rules a
suaue iraiow our laat quotations, me oneringa at
Bank are being very liberally met, and undoubted
Pater ia rather In request, a irst claas single naniMt
business Paper is quoted at S to 9, good to fair 9 to 12
CINCINNATI MARKET—FEBRUARY 9.
FLOUB-The market la dull and nnsettled, and
prioce are nominal. Buperfluewaa offered to-day at
ti M without finding buyer.: aalea of 600 barrela, lu
lota, extra Iamiiy, at i but at the close prioca
WUlHUi Xoclianso In the market: the demand
is fair: ealea of 1,200 barrela at 2V20to., the latter
rate for wagon.
FKu VISIONS There Is no chance of importance
iu the market since yesterday; tbe demand is lair
hut not active. An advance ot He. was obtained lor
Bacon Bnoulders, but bulk Meats were, perhaps,
hardly so firm, that ia thederaaudwaa less keeiiut
the quotations. The demand for mess Pork la mod
erate only, but holjers continue rery firm, the enlea
were za narreia meaa I'oik at t; 2uu uo. neat city
Dranq at w su; bu nuns, sacon nuruioera at
110,0(10 pounda bulk Shoulders and Hidea.delivert-d tbu
1st of March, at 0, aud etc.; lui.ouo do. Bhoulders,
on the spot, at 6tc; li u.Urfj do. bldra, avei aging 3d
lbs., at o fU-luOo., and 40.000 do. Sides, back bone out,
at bhc. Nothing done In Lard; it is held at luXc,
with buyers nt loM(IOo.
GUOOKHIKS-Molaseee maybaanoled at4344c.
for that in cypress oooperage. Dale cooperage nolle
at 45c. The unite to-day oomprlse4UU barrela. A fair
demand for sugar, with sales oi MO hhds. at 7,t(s
WflSAT The market Is doll, but wa have no
charge to notice iu prlcee, and continue to quote
prime white at fl 8A&1 8u, and prime red al It 83
I 85: sales of loo bushels prima red at II SS, and lou
do mixed at 91 80.
0OUN The demand for Ear-Corn ia fair, and prices
steady at 49A0c. ebeiled contiuuea in good demand
OATS 'i ne market i dull, and prlcee are un
changed: sales of 1,200 bushels, In bulk, at 47c.
UYK-Tbe market couiluiiea dull, and prices are
unchanged. We (tuote it at Hoc.
BAULtr Tbe demand ia fair, and prices steady
at 66(nj(Wc. for prime fall, and &8&t)3o. for lair to good :
aalus of 1,000 bnshels prime tail at Wc.
HAY There is a good demand and prices firm,
at (21 per tun. for prime Timothy, on arrival.
CMKhJiK The demand IsfairatPMnioc. for West
ern Beserveand Hamburg, aud lie. for English Dairy:
atttee of UO boxes Westeru lieaorve at Vsc, and 100
do. extra do. at 10c.
BUTTE". The market Is drill and heavy. We
have no change to notice in prlcus, and quote Central
Ohio at IJ6)l5o., aud Western Unserve at ICo.
APPLES-The demand oomiuuee cood.aud prices
are firm at 2 2i3 26 per barrel, fur fair to ouolce,
POTATOES The market la firm, with a food de
mand at il per barrel, for prime Northern: sales of
1,000 bu.bela mixed at 6So., delivered.
ULOVEIl SKttii The market la dull and unchanged.
[BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.]
leans. Maw obb SiaaBBT, February 9 P. M. Cotton
is without special change: sales of 1,600 balea at
llXo for middling Uplanda, inclnding eon bales la
trauett. Tbe demand fur flour ia leas active; but
tue maritei ia wituout special cnange, anu inquiry la
chiefly for supply ot preaalog wanta of trade: aalea of
4,4IU barrels, at 55 10 tor superfine Htaie; ti 26(54
5 40 for extra state; .'wo 1.1 lor superfine Westeru;
$ 2!:(M 40 for common to medium extra Western;
pi 7omo w lor auipping oranua extra rounanoop
Ohio the marktt cioaiug quiet and firm. Canadian
flour iu moderate reaueat. and at nnchanffed aricea:
sales of 400 barrels, at S M6 73 for common to
choice extra. Bye Flour steaoy, witli amall sales at
S3 75A4 40. Buckwheat Flour plenty aud dull at.
81 7b(n)l B7X per cwt. Corn Meal unchanged: aalea
of 1,000 barrels Ilrandy wine at $1 15 afloat. The de
mand for Whisky was moderate, and the market ia
without special change: aalea of 460 barrels at lXf
2lc, chiefly 233i. Wheat quiet, and nominally In
favor ot buyers, and wltbout any material change
in pricea: aalea of 6.000 bushela white California,
and 700 do. white Kentucky, on private terms, live
In moderate supp-y, and dull atniifi490c. Barley un
changed: aalea of 700 bushels choice Canada Weet.
llartey Malt doll at 60tl.tc. Com to fslrsupply.dull
and lower: aales of S S00 bnshels. at 8o&i81o. for new
white and yellow, closing with- free sellers at Inside
Grice. Oata In moderate request, at 444Sc. for
...... IDul.n . .1 , . ,1 k- a ......
DM,e, T a. lu nuu nan, u. iui. iituivi, auu
areity active: aaleaof 4,100 barrels, at (17 37H&17 S
for old meat; IinIS 23 for new mesa; S12ll 12 for
old prime, and 814 37iai4 60 for new prime; inclnded
e. seller's op
tion, at same time, on prirate terms. Beet steady
in aales are 600 barrela old prime, seller's option, all
ffiarcu, at pia 1, anu oouoo. new prime, seller's
and unchauged: salsa of Sou barrels, at $4016 l ror
oouutry prime; 2.1 for conntry mess; 9&Vt for
repacked mesa; 810 6ol 1 for extra mess. Beet Hams
uuchaoged: Balea of 850 barrels, at $14 lor
Western. Prime mesa Beef la mora active: sales of
tMMj tierces within the range of 8I6U. Dressed
Hogs firm, nt 7 80-loo8c. lor Western, and 8M0. for
city. Cut Meats rule steady: aalea of 4M packagee,
at 7o. for Shoulders, and tXtibWe. for Hams. Bacon
Qrmer: sales of 300 bozos oily long-clear Middles, and
8,M0 pounda pickled at t9'4c. Lard la Arm: aalea
of40brls.atllUXo.; newia held higher. Butter
dull, at licaiso. for Ohio, and lXjtaio. lor Bute.
Cheese steady at t&lVia.
Kw Tons Stock Mabkbt. February 0. Rerand
Board Btocka dull and rather easier, with one or
two eiceptlon. Chicago and Peora, 7H. Michigan
cioutnern uuaranteea, ion. ueauieg, wt, unaaon,
1 40. Uoutbern, 60. Galena and Oliicago, 57H New
York Central, 7("4. Chicago and Bock Island, 82.
Harlem First Mortaaae bond,. 94. Michlaan feu.
tnil g per cent, Bonds, 93. Near York Central SUei,
urm: sales 01 itiptrnne at
sales of l.cTO bushels, at
f 1 60 for white. Uye is held at mo,
sales 01 1,400 tusneia yellow at ttc
Ffbmarv S-H flour
S"i f,lbi. Wheat buoyaoti
fl 84il 89 for red, and
Whlaky ia held
BAtTiMOBB MABKf.T, Febrnary 9 M. Flour
llot, but flrru at 8 871 4) for Howard-street,
'heat steadr: salea at Bl 4uml SO for white, and Bl zA
tl 30 for red. Corn dull and unchanged. Previa
na unsettled. Wh Uky is held at 24c.
Nr.w Oblbars Mabkit, February S. Cotton
stider, but not qnotably changed: sales to-day of
iu,iuu oaies at iu:,(u?c. Boaarsteaay.
AUCTION SAI.E.-B7 O. BRA
8HKABS A OO.-Salee-rooms Nos. 87 and SB
Main-street Groceries. Ulasaware, Ao.. at Auction.
We will eell, on SATURDAY MCBNINO, Feb. 11,
at o'olock, a general aasoitment of Orooaiiea, Ac,
consisting of 20 hhda. sugar, 40 brls. molasses, 110
bags coffee, AO boxes pounds and is tobacco.
ALSO tlaaeware, bncketB. tuba, washboards, six
twist tobacco, nails, almonds, prunes, smoking to
bacco, aigars, tea., twine, soap, candles, indigo, nnt
megs, ground spices, Ac, In lota to suit purchasers,
fey O. IIRAHUEAR8 A CO., Auc'rs.
AUCTION SALE. BIT JACOB GRAFF
A CO Furniture, Coal -oil Lamps, Ao.-On
FlilDAT, February 10, at X o'olock. at our atore.
No. la Bast Fourth street, will he sold a Quantity of
good second-band and new Furniture.
AbDUian.Hiai uvei-uu uauip., id luta nj aulK
purchasers. Ifesi JAUon UHArr, Auo'r.
THE BEST, BIMPLXST AND MOST
Durable M aoUne extant, '
Call and see them.. r-' -
jaStf r 80 Wfiat Fourth-street.
INVOICE FKOM CROSS BLACK
WILL. Just received, direct from London 23
brls. Plot lee and Bauoaa, conprising the tolloolog
aasortment: Mixed Nerkltn, Pick lee, Chow-chow,
Cauliflower, Picoalilly, Walnnta, Ao. : Barvey Banea,
Reading Bauce, John Bull Bailee, Beefsteak pauoe,
Royal Table Bauoe, Essence of Anchovies, Bseenoe
of ehriraps, Anchovy Paate, Shrimp Paste. Potted
Beef, Potted Meats, Patted Berrixg, Ao. ror tale,
wholesale and reiail. bv A. KcDONALD ACO.,
' M v ,ot, and BrMoh Store, H West fowth-et,