OCR Interpretation


The penny press. (Cincinnati [Ohio]) 1859-1860, February 14, 1860, Image 3

Image and text provided by Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85025750/1860-02-14/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

WANTED.
"WAHTB," "JTO I All," 'T0 LBT,""rJOST,"
"FOUND," Aw., In thl column, eocapytngav line
r Imi, tiro Inertlon,twnty.nvt osnts.
WANTED B ASTERS Ten good vett
batten and five button-bole maker for Mir
ing machine. Apply t. Mm. JORDAN, No. 40
Locke-street, between Fourth and nflh-elreets.
(fnHbJ
WANTED TWO GIRIS-To butt for
machine and on to do general housework.
Apply on tbe aorth-tast corner of Observatory and
Baum-sinets. feltb
WANTED Br a young man abont six
teen year of age. a place to loarn tta ma,
ehlnliU' trade. Addreai SAMUEL B. D1XOK,
Bex 1,737. feltb
WANTED TO BORROW From $700
to 11,600, for three to file ream, on good as
eurlty, at from I to 10 per cent., interest paid Quar
terly or half-yearly. Address W. C H.. Penny
Pre Office. . . V14d
WANTED TO RENT A (mall House,
of not more than tlx room the rent not to
exceed f 20 per month by a prompt-paying tenant.
Addreai D V. J oar Pram Office. feltb
WANTED Two good Clgsjr-mtkwi, will
ing to work on any kind of oloara. nan find
permanent
aoon to thi
anent sanations, at city prlo, by applying
to the undersigned, at Lebanon, Ohio.
fe!4d .
WANTED A GIRL Who nnderitaadi
binding and fitting gaiter for a tewing ma-
(bine. No. SO Barr-atreet, between Mound and Out
ter. None other need apply. fel4b
7" ANTED By a prompt-paying tenant,
w w a Houae, containing abont tlx rooma, in a
pleasant neighborhood, within ahont twelve min
ute' walk of the Foattiffle. Addiea F., at thli
oftloe. fel4b
WANTED HOUSE To rent, containing
tlx or wren room, with gae, within nftew
minute' walk of roatoffice. Addrew, with pan leu
lam, Box 2.8H. Pcgtoffioe. fel) b
WANTED To supply merohuti, hotels
and other gratis, with clerk, book-keeper,
alemen,bar keeper, porter, eoopere, carpenters,
mechaoica, laborer, Ac, at the MercbnnurClerka'
Registry Office, m Walnut -attest.
fe!3-b ' HAM A CO.'
VirANTED One hundred boerderi, at
- - -.uwa a uow uniauiauti an, O JUtmh M UlirlU"
fttr-at. Board 3 per week. Meals tU all honra of
neu7 wnnoQt extra cnary. leia-D
WANT ED MAC HINISTS Two good
macbiniita wanted to work on plows. Apply
immediately to VAN DKUR8EN GIBB8,
f.l3-b Bonth-weetoornerof Frontaud John-!
FOB BENT.
FOR RENT 87 eerei of Land, adjoining
the olty of Covington, anltabl for a vineyard
or small farm. Will be renttd. or aold on long
credit. Inquire or .', K. A. THOMPSON,
feUb Mo. J6 West Third-street.
FOR RENT STORE 8 Two stores on
Walnnt-treet, between Pearl and Third, fire
torle and basement.. Possession given immedi
ately. Iocjulreof a). A. THOMPSON,
fe!4b . , No. 25 Wet Tblrd-streot.
F
6R RENT OFFICES A largo, oomrno-
dlons Office, corner of Third and Walnut, over
banking-house of Paddock A Co., suitable for a
railroad or insurance company : alio, Law Cfflcei
and Sleeping Boom. Inquire of
E. A. THOMPSON,
fellb No. West Tbird-street.
I?Oft R i'V T Large and well-lighted
. Booms, wllh power. Apply to W. W. HAMIB
A CO., corner of Central-avenue and Oolumbia-ita.
-' tfeHaw .
1 "K10R RENT COTTAGE Of fear roomi
r J"? and attic, imall barn, with three or four aore
of rich land, suitable for gardening purpose, lying
on a good Pike, and near the cltr. Poeaeaalon aiven
Ma'cb 1, or tooner if desired. Apply to the tub
aeriber, No, 4 Pnblio Landing, from 9 to 10 A.M. or
JtolP.M. Uw' T. OBAMB,
FOB SALE.
FOR SALE A doairablo Lot, 80x84 feet,
to a 12-foot alley, south tide of Longworth
ttreet, west of Plum. It 1 convenient to the mar
kets, and in the most qniet and pleasant part of the
city. . Apply to J. H. GETZKMDANftEK, Kait
Tblid-ttreet, or on the premise. - feSew
BOARDING.
BOARDING Pleasant Room, newly fur
nished, to let to gentlemen, with board, in a
private family. ' Inquire at 288 West bixth-atieet. .
fel4bJ
BOARDING. A pleasant room, on leoond
floor, suitable for two or three gentlemen, can
be obtained, with board, fa a private family, at 161
Plnm-atreet, nui' Fourth. fe)3 b
LOST.
T OST MUFF On Sunday, the 12th ins.,
-Sua a small, dark. Hudson Bay Fur Muff, some
where on Fourth, Tin., Third, Race or West Fifth
street euppoaed to have been dropped from a car
riage. A liberal reward will be paid for th same
if left at the Secretary's offioo of the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton Depot. , foltb
T OST On Saturday evening, abont 8EV---iENTY
ONE DOLLAUS in bills, principally Ohio
and Indiana. Ten dollar reward will be given to
th person returning the same to the Commercial
Office. The loser is In limited olrcnmstaaoes, and
nnable to bear the Ion. felsb
AUCTION SALES
AUCTION 8AIiE. BY O. BRA
BHEAB8 & CO.-Sales-room No. 67 and 69
Maln-itroet Regular Sale of Groceries Olaaaware.
Ac, at Ano'ion.-We will sell, on WEDNESDAY
MOBNINQ, Feb. 16, at t o'clock, at the salM-rooms.
No. 67 and 69 Main-street, a gi neral assortment of
Groceries, consisting of 100 bsgs oo&ee, 60 hhds.
sugar, to brls. molaue, 76 boxes pounds and flvei
tobacco.
A LSD Paper, glassware, nails, rope, caudle, map,
wooden - wars, vinegar, matches, smoking tobacco,
aoda, bedoord, twine, ground sptoes, indigo, teas,
cigars, Ac fe!4 0. BBASHEABS A 00.. Anc'r.
AUCTION 8ALE-BY KELLOGG A
WILLIAH8-8ales-reoma No. 22 and M last
Third-street. A Out Stock of Dry Goods of a Coun
try Store at Anotion.-THtS (Tuetday) MOBMKG,
February 14, at SX o'olock, a general (took of
country store, vis: Cloths, oasslmeres, clothing,
boots, shoes, flannels, calicoes, mutlius, plated and
bard vara, jewelry, and a general assortment.
ALSO At 11 o'clock Jiew and second-hand For
nltnre. Stoves, Ac A. KELLOGG, Auctioneer.
AUCTION BALE-BY TH0S. JOHN
STON, in (ale-room, No. 13 Main-street, next
to Trust Company Bank. Large lot of extra line
Printed All-wool Delaines, Bich Muslin Delaines,
Fin Lwns, Ac, at Auction. TUESDAY ilOBN
1NG, February 14, commencing at half-past nine
o'clock, will be told, without reserve, large invoice
of Printed "All-wool" Delaine, handsome style;
rich Muslin Delaines, with a large lot of fin Lawn,
and other Staple and Fancy Dry Good.
ALSO To olos eoMlgnnunt, lot of fin Kid and
' Tjmpico Skin.
fell - ; THOMAS J0HN8TQK. Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALEBY JACOB GRAFF
k CO. flalei-room No. It East Fourth-street.
Botail stock of Dry Goods. On WEDNESDAY
MOKNING, February 16, at half-past nine o'olock,
atouratore, No. 18 East Fourth-street, will be sold
a stock of Dry Goods, which will be found delaines,
baragee, deiblqae, plaid, merinos.oasslmr, jean,
slove. buttons, fane, bradet. trimmings, under
sleeves. Jackets, hoods, Ac, to be (old in lot to suit
purenaaer. , .,,
fel3 JACOB GBAFF, Anctioneer.
.vM :ri MUSICALS
tNEW- UUSICi
THB KASONIO QUICKSTEP, PRICE
reeenta. . 'I ' '
The Vacation Polka.-...'., seeeeh iiweis Price 90 oents,
The Kentucky Girls' Polka. ,..,Prloe 60 oentt.
Tho Forest B.a Schottiache. ...... .....Prloe tOcents.
'Xh above hare handsomely-illustrated title-pages.
, 4UUII uauKun,jr.,
frg " Q i "'ScW West Fourth-street.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CHEAPER
the ever. Great sacrifice of i
I'lanna, Melodenn. Violoncellos .t'tZ'l
Violins, Guitara, llano BtrinTrlmlrajSt-jarrl
minge, Ac, daring the Holidays. W 0 U U
othmr Honaa in thla cltr. and nrst-olaaa Inatrnme
at that. Do nut bur an Instrument nntll won have
called at No. StT Vlfta-street. second door east
rium, sonin nae. oauiiflu a ejiu,.
Piano Maker, and Dealer la first-ela Inatrn
ment. OeJItf
a, . . . , ... ,
fv IMPROTID TliHT-STITCH, ;
SEVIUG MACHINES
THE BEST, ' SIMPLEST ASD kOSJ
i Durable MaeeineeiUui, . -
JaDtf ;x 90 Weat Peeirth.etree-
WILIJAM" UISNEY, ATT0RH1I
At LAW. Oka BtUdjan, I o. t Karl Third
THE PRESS.
TUESDAY..
..FKBRDA&T 14
WANTS! . W A N T 8 H -
Ir rot want a eervant, advertise In
THK PKNNT,PRESS
It you want a hotue, advertise In
THB PKWNY PKSSfl.
It roi want to Mil anything, advertlw la
THB PBNPtr PKBSS.
If ton want to buy anything, advertise la
TDK PENNY PR EM.
! fact, every want supplied by advertising la
THE PENNY PRESS
CITY NEWS.
JPeuoy Preeg to be had every
morning at the Coantlngrooni door.
Only one cent. . .. -
a
'
.
U
of
'
Th.m. 8. 0. Mereditk has our thanks foi
the dally delivery of Indianapolis paper. ,
Adahs'i Xxrtui Com fait. To Adams's
Express Company we continue to be Indebted
for Eastern and other paper, alwayi in
adrano of the mall.
Miitiko at t hi MioHijnca' iHsmnri.
The member of toe Mechanic Initltnte of
thli olty will hold a meeting this evening for
the purpose of nominating; offloeri to terra
during the entulag year. . -"S
ffiTJr A. PatfArflnn mrlll nun 4hla .VMlna
hit new cigar itore, 102 Fourth-street, oppo
site the postoffiee, and all lovsrt of the weed
ean have aa A No, 1, Hayana cigar, "free mtl,
for nothing." - 7 -' ' ( 7
Rilioioos. Rev. Wm. Taylor, of California,
u preaehlDg every evening at Wesley Chapel
toorowda of interested hearer. We learn
that about seventy person) have professed faith
is Chriit, and the lameanmber united with
that church In the last three weeks.
Mario bo LOfliOAL Obsisvitiori By Henry
Ware. Ontlelan. Nn. t Wot Vnnrfh.u..
February 13s
O'olaok, Barometer. Tharmnmeter.
I a' Immwh., wa.CO , Abovezero 23
'? S-jv ".m....9.U ' Above KeroM
t r. w,m . . Above aero 48
CaillTlBLI BALL The lAnnnA annnal limit
of Metamora Tribe No. 6, 1. 0. R. M. will
Da given thli evening at National Hall,
for the benefit of the widows and orphans of
the Order. This la a most worthy object, and
should be liberally patronised.
Coxoibtat Plsisaht RiBQg. The mniio
olats, at Pleasant Ridge, under the direction
of Mr. E. Warwood, have determined to give
aoeir leacner complimentary oonoert, at the
Presbyterian Church, in that village, this
evening.
. 1 e ' , "
Ibttibs Dbtaiiid roa wurr or Postaqi
FebroarylS: ; .-t
M il Margaret Wilson, Brownsville, Fenn.
Wm. Shannon, St. John, 111. ' '
Cha. Mccormick, Dayton, Ohio.
Wm. Eemmingfnrd. Commerce, Mo.
Messrs. Guthrie A white, Louisville, Kr.
John H. Deiatell. VlnceniiAa. Tnri
Mr. Gipsey A. 0. Elliott, Indianapolis.
PsOOIiniiaa or ran Cawrr (InnviutmiM
At the regular seaalon of the County Oommis-
ioners, neia yetteraay morning, an order
amounting to $84 64 was paid to Messrs. Dan
nenhold Nook for gag fixturei for the Court
house, No other busines of importance was
transaoted.
BDOBARtRTia. Th Olnalnnarl Raltaf TTnlnn
through John Whetstone and William Berry,
of Its Executive Committee, deairei gratefully
to acknowledge the renal nt nf mr rfnn-Urf (n
Its fund bv the Citizen' OnmmlttM h.vlnv In
ouarg uio reception oi ue iiegiaiatures of
jvenmoay ana xennenee.
PoLIOl CnmtT..Tnrl
fifty-five easei, yesterday morning, at the
Polioe Conrt, bat they were principally unim
portant, and unworthy of notice. They oon
silted ehiefiy of the utual elan of Saturday
nighti and Sunday miademeanon, arising
irom overacses oi mat aiaooiioal miiture of
itrychnlne and rain-water, generally known
ujr tus nam oi wuisay
Tsurcs Foott. The fact that time flies is
pretty generally known to those who find life
on thi planet agreeable; but its exaot ipeed
m watiw uut wmpismj. unaentooa. AU
who desire to be let right, however, In regard
to It, may be accommodated at the louth-weit
corner of Fourth and Main, as the following
wiu waiiiy :
: Cixcimati OnaavAToaY, February IS, 1M0.
Ur. William W. McOraw has haen anil HII nn
tlnuet to be fnrnlahed dallr with acenrata time from
th Cincinnati Obaerratorr. and It la .Iron to no
oiuer person. a. i wixuttKLli, Assistant,
i . i Ulnolnnatl Obsarvatory,
Aibbst or a Aluosd PiocrooESf . A man
named George Mitchell was arrested yester
day and committed to the Ninth-itreet Sla-
tloa-houie npon the oomplalnt of Ellia Jane
naien. ine woman was about leaving the
city for her reiidenoe near Gtendale, when
Mitcneii etme to oontaot with her In the CIn
ofihatl, Hamilton and Dayton Railroad De
pot, and ploked her pooket of $53. She itatei
that ihe taw the man take the money, and
en not be mlitaken in regard to the matter.
me man wui probably be examined this
morning before Judge Lowe.
I 1 1
' Dsaih or A CouroerroB. Charlu S. Caoner.
I Well-known eomrxnitor. emDlovsd darln
th4 put teven or eight years on Mveral of the
city newspaper!, died last evening, at the St.
John'i Hotel des Invalldes, of eongeition of
we orain. - exr. vooper was a very mtellieent.
worthy and warm-hearted fellow, and one of
we neat oi mi profession, 'inougn peculiar
ana iboihuxd, tnoie woo xnew mm eppreoiated
and admired him for his liberal and npriht
oneracter. xiiks mots or nil proreiiion, be
was generous to a fault, and never allowed an
opportunity of benefitting his fellows to escape.
waring a is oner luneii ne reomvea every car
and attention from several of bis profeeaional
krethrsn, who manifested all thekmdneis and
devotion eharaoteriitlo of the gentler lex, Mr.
Cooper was abont thirty years of age, and a
native, we believe, of Pennsylvania. Be will
be buried thli afternoon at four o'c
his remains will be followed to the grave by
the Typographical Union and the journalists
oiue utv.
! BOH0OL BOABD PaOOIIBIIOS LAST KlflHT.
She Board met at the usual hoar, and was
tiled to order bv the President. The min.
utes of the last meeting were read and sp-
proved. ; -. ' ? .. .. -. - .
i Miss Miry lender was appointed teacher
in the First District, at a salary of $25 par
Mn Rowekamp offered' the following resolu
Hon, whloh wai adopted:
I Kttolotd, That the nrinciDal German teach
ers in each of our schools be. and are hereby
required, to furnish the superintendent, for the
as of tns Committee on German and Engliah
Bchooii, a complete programme of all the
Itudiei In the German. Stating, alio, the
length ' of , each, recitation, when they
kommenoed and ' when they close, the
number of pupili attending each reci
tation, and to what grade they . belong
whether they use the writing-books nreeoribed
jby the Board, if not, the reason why; whether
any ether books are used by the teaoheri
pnplli la schools, than those prescribed by the
Board, and If so, why, and what bookij alio,
any outer information they may wlin to com
munioate to the committee. -- -
-V. VU vu A i'uMr-D,rai,f
i pnrohaied from the Society of F lends, wai
i read and accepted. r . , '.
On motion of Mr. Slratton, the City Council
wasreqaested to Isite eight bonds to complete
the payment fur the properly porch aeed of H.
Mattyn, ad five to pay for tie Poplar-street
roperty, eJVsf jrbloft U Botfi Adjoorasd,
Letter from and Old Counterfeiter to a
Young One.
A few davs ago a man named Dr. J. H.
MoKeehan was arrested by Offlceri Reaay and
eioom, at the postomoe, upon the charge of
being a dealer In counterfeit bank-notes, and
afterward held to bail in the mm of $508 for
his appearance at the Court of Common Fleas.
The following latter wai found upon bis per
son at the time of the arrest, and, as It will
give an idea cf the manner in which the buii
neaa In counterfeit money li done, we reproduce
it here:
"CINCINNATI, February 10, 1860.
"Dear Sir: Yon are auite voune vat. bat I
have no doubt will crow wlaer as you crow
older. When you are htrty-iix you will find
that all thing! can not be done In a mlnate.
"In reference to that Utter, it ii a Utile
queer that out of live or ten thousand litters
written and received daring the last five years,
this Is but the second one that hai not reached
its destination. It may be that I facot to pat
stomp npon it. I will co to the PoatofTioe
and lee; if it is not there, it ii gone, and some
d d rasoal will think he hai mads a ipeon-
lauon.
"Of course I ean send voa back one or both
the pieces yon sent me,Jmt the last one I re
ceived ii worth to-day a good deal more than
when yon tent It) itill, there Is one thing yon
must remember, all goods are shipped at the
risk of the purchaser; thU ii a universal rule.
"I kept $100,000 of nice white for you sev
eral days, but yesterday I let It go. I would
send yon a 3, the I ait one left, if you bad
placed any money in my handi'with whloh to
pnrcnaae.
"I am sure it would not be'to mv interest to
act dishonorably with yon, nor you with me,
for in this business, above all otheri, "honesty
ii me neii pouey."
' "If yon will send me your finances you shall
be' attended to promptly and fairly. If yon
do not like to risk the mall, then do il all bv
express; send to m and I will send to you.
"1 do wish you would gather up, a lot of
those Brooklyns snd send to me by express to
. Ton must not be set bsok, and all I
ean lay is, If you will keep your money here
you shall have the first light. Thla is,tk
way i qo ouiineiswitn every ooay,"
,
MlOBAMIOB' AID MAIOfAOrBMBS' SxCBAIOB.
In the absence of President Runan, yeiter
day, Vice-President Crelghton took the ohalr.
jrineen new members were added.
Those Dronaaed bv Mr. Joalah Klrbv. were:
John H. Bsllance, tanner and leather-dealer;
ueorge k. Dixon & co., come snd spice mill;
K. 11. Mayo, lightning rods, itocks and die
manufacturer; and Shadfcrd Easton, tanner
and dealer in leather. Meiiri. T. Asbory k
Co., proposed W. Stevsnibn, itone-msson.
James Dnnldb proposed John Boke, wagon
maker. The Secretary propond T.B. Mahony.
indurating paint manufacturer, and BromweU
ic Meliih, wire-workers. R. B. Moore pro
posed Weimer k Co., itons-msaona; Theodore
ueaie, plasterer, and X. tr. Lackey, brick
layer. Robert Creighton proposed E. P.
Davis, lumber-dealer, James Dale proposed
John Reid, saddle and harness manufacturers,
and C. D. Foote, proposed W. Wallace War
den.
The calling for reports of committees occa
sioned remarks in reference to the projected
Bank of Deposit, recommended by Col. I. A,
Hodges, and Chairman of oommittee thereon.
He bad further time to report. On motion of
Mr. Foote the President was authorised to add
three additional memberi to the oommittee,
wnose names will be announced at the meet
ing to-day. Col, H. expressed a wiih that no
private banker might be placed on the com
mittee, yet all of them would be consulted
before report was made.
The following: resolutions, submitted bv Mr.
D. B. Pienoa, without farther sotion, were
referred to Oommittee on Banks:
Ruolvtd, That the true theory of banking
require wai earning institutions inouia oe
established and controlled by capitalists, wish
ing to invest their meant la a safe and avail
able form, without expiotlng to beoome neooi
sarily borrowers themselves.
Betohtd. That the foundation of inoceii in
buslnesi is mainly dependent upon habiti of
eoonomy and thrift, and the establishment of
a reliable Havwgi Hank in Cincinnati, upon
the general plan of the Beamen'i Bank for Say
ings in the city of New York, would do more
to ad vanoe the general interest of the mechani
cal and manufacturing population of this city
than any other financial lohems now being
ancusaea. : ., . ; ? v- . ;
Something of a stir was created on the in
troduction of a resolution, asking for informa
tion on a legal point bearlog upon buslnesi as
private memeers. -w newer tnese questions
may not be prolonged to an indefinite extent,
requiring a permanent Law Committee; and
whether the legal, gentleman, who it was
proposed should be chairman of the com-
mitteo, would not charge a fee for his opinion.
The following ii the question offered by
Mr. I. A. Hedges, which will be considered
at the meeting to- dsyi .-.
a. lurniibei raw material, luoh as lumber,
Iron; cloth, leather, Ac, for B. to make into
artioles of trade or merchandise. A. makes an
assignment, while money it due to B., and alio
goods remain in the hands of B., either In
eluded In schedule of assignment. Can said
goods be held to liquidate the claim of B., and
by what process of law?" . - ,
COVINGTON NEWS.
School Rsrosu. Out school teachers will
hereafter be required to teach but twenty days
ior a monm, instead or twenty-two, aa here
tofore. The resolution making the ohange,
pasted the School Board unanimously, at its
last session. That body will, no doubt, receive
the thanks of the whole corps of teaohers, for
this act of Justice to them, by which they are
placed on an equality with those of Cincinnati
and Newport. " " f in :
Sfuro Tsadi. We learn that tha mer
chants In the interior ere making preparations
to eraer an unuiuany large supply or goods
from Cinolnnatl this spring. . The money mar
cel Doing somewaat easier than lor two or
three years past, farmers hsve been more than
uiually prompt In making their annual lettle
ments, which enables the merchsnts to order
a larger and bettor itock than uiual, and to
close oat at cheaper rates, -i
Coobtt Court. The County Court was in
session in this oity yeaterdav. Judge Charles
wooer presiding; tut notning outside I the
usual routine was transacted.
Poucb Court Mary 0'Oonner was sent to
prison for twenty days, on a charge of
vagrancy, by Mayor Foliy, yeiterdiy., No
other ease was tried. -
City Poob There are fifty-sight families
in this city who reoeive medical attendance at
tne expense of the muniolpal authoritlei. . ,'
NEWPORT NEWS.
'
1 Ciaourr Court. The Circuit Conrt com'
me need it sets ion yesterday, and after the
niual preliminaries of calling the docket, em-
panneiing a jury, A., ue trial of the Com
mon wealth cues lommenoed.
i John Hare, charged with keeping a tippling
nousvras nnea m ano oosm.. '
i August Ridger, arraigned on the same
oharge. was honorably acaultted.
' Geo. Chapman, charged with felony, failed
to appear, and his bail was declared forfeit
An oiio for his arrest was issued. "
' John Brannen, charged with keeping h Up
pling-hoose, likewise forfeited his bail, and
will be punned by an alias.
: Several other cases of , misdemeanor were
dismUsed. There areseventy-thr civil caiai
en the docket, bat many of these are only ap
pearance, upon which issue has not yet been
joined. v. ,
i ' Polios Mattiu A young mm from tbs
oountry, namea ja unman, waa jresieraiy com
mitted to Jail on a peace warrant, lie will
have rhearlng to-day. Three man were y sa
te rday fined, by Mayor Hawkins, one dollar
and cost each, for disorderly eonduet, and
man named Norton, are dollars and costs, for
abusing tus lamiiy. , t , . , t. :
Rbwasd OrriRio roi a Rimsdt ros Boo
Ciolsra. The Leglilatere of this State ha
paiied a bill snoring fi.ooo to any oae who
' wut discover remedy W un f o (hoieit,
AMUSEMENTS.
PlKS's Oriei-feoni. Thi entertainment
oneredthe habitues of th Opera-bone last night
drew a large and brilliant audience, and the per-
uiuiauvy li -"u ii im aparniiy,ia its entire aatlnrac
tlou. Mr. Barra' t.w traveaty, Ta Oaioiaan
Himrr. is long and tedious, and might be Improved
If treated by the author in the manner he aall. In his
speech, the Pre treated hi Hodcb Saint. Being
called before the curtain at the cluae of the perform-J0?!,!"-
?rr" delivered th following rwuarks on
the "V.n.li ty of the Press:"
"Lasiuakb uxiTLram: Totrrappuun ta-nliht
ba been doubly gratifying to me, first, aa an namia
takabl. evidence of your appreciation of me a a
literary phenomenon; and, secondly, a an Indorse
ment of my own views in relation lo myself as an
actor, Ti: i That a great trajlo luminary ho arlseo,
destined, by it suprlor effulgeno, to render Invisi
ble tbe sickly glimmering ot all kisMr light.
"Hitherto, a venal and vindictive Prma-instlga-ted
by the hired emissaries or Mr. Vorrest-ha
aought to crush me: how it has succeeded, letthii,
the proudsat moment of my life, answer. I am an
orphan, ladle and gentlemen, a lone orphan, and
this unfortunate condition in life, alo, should
have beta my bild and protection. Ha ltbeenaol
We (hall see.
"Soma three yean ago, on th night previous to
my first appearance in a play very similar to this,
written by aa obscnr author, named Shakspsare.
whoa humble effort I aought toelevaM, I was waited
upon by a body of editor, representing th different
newspaper of this oity. After a few preliminary
opnghs, on of them aroae, and, while oereleealy
ol1V.i.iyf hif alU with a twelve Inch Bowie-knife,
ald,"Air. Barra, Mr. Forrest having heard of your
intention to play "Hamlet." to morrow night, has
wnt on thirty thousand dollars, to be distributed to
the Press, for your suppression and professional an
nihilation; bat, a we are unanimous lnonroppi
sitlonto lDjuaiice and oppression in any form, and
under any circumstances, w. hav. mad op our
minds that. If yon will give tHisTT-rivs raoisAtin,
we will signally rebuk this act ot Mr. Forrest's, and
not only Indorse jou to th world as th great em.
bodiment of truglo genius, but will let you write your
own orltloinns. -
"Bo you think, ladle and gentlemen, that I for a
moment entertained thi monstrous proposition? I
hope not. Do yon think that I passively submitted
to these insultlog overture, put my hand Inmy vest
pocket, and banded ovir the money? I hop not.
Wh.t, than, you will aak, was my reply? What
snoVLp have been th reply of a free-bora American
cltltsu, whose sphere of action is within the shadow
of the protecting fold of the Btar-spangUd Banner?
Whatabonld have been the reply of a gentlemen of
uncompromising independence, a votary of high art
and-and an orphan? It auoiiLo have been and was
this: "No, gentlemen, nol I've got the undoubted
shape and talent for a high-priced Tragedian, and I
know it. I bar an abiding faith nth will and
power or th public to sustuii me In my onward and
upward flight, and I wouldn't purchase your good
opinion it It were obtainable through the bumble
instrumentality of a ahilllng shirt.
"And what wa the rosultf Do new advertisement
were taken next day at any price ven th tele
iraphlc column waa suppressed in order to make
room for tue: and, the morning after my appearance
each paper came ont with eight cloesfjf sacked,
column of annihilation, and I awoke to flndmyself
as a friend of mineln the chicken business remarked
SKAnin THISIIILL.
"Nor did their pei Mentions end there. Ton all re
collect my brilliant comedy, la Momu Saint,
universally acknowledged, ave by these wretched
fabricators of iiublic opFnlou, to be Ihe moat elegant
and effective dramatic composition of modern time.
W bat wag i ta fate upon the occasion of its prod notion a
year afterward? Why they treated, It as the man
did the mad dog-they out its tall off close up to th
ears.
"And now, ladles and gntlmn, btd rem e sor
rowful farewell. Ibla is, beyond a doubt, tbe laat
time we shall ever meet, for I know that after tills
iifosi the stage door will be beset by armed assas
sins; I know that In very blind alley between here
and my hotel will lurk a murderous reporter. I
would order a hack, but I have ascertained, upon un
doubted nthorily, that every driver to-night Ii a
sauguipary editor In diegulee, bound by a sdiomn ob
ligation to room. Into the r(v.r, I would call upon
the polioe to eld me la this atremity, but I know
that they are all bought up. 1 would come over
Into the boze and throw myself upon your protect Ion,
bat I don't want to involve you in any dilHculty, I
prefer to die a martyr, satisfied, lr this great per
formance of to-night but live in your memories, to
ask no other monument Again, farewell."
Tbt evening Julia Dean will appear' In Tarjnl
Kemble'a agreeable play, entitled Tue DDK' Wa
sh; the performance closing with Mr Fixoioui
Busy, :
Wood's Thsatsb. Mr. Collins drew quite a
good audience last night to ths establishment, and
entertained Itanile agreeably. Thla evening he will
appear lu two of hie best parta-"Slr Patrick O'PI, n
if0: i lo ?S Ul8H AMs8noa, aud "Morgan
Hattler," in How to Pat ma Bent.
Natiohal Thiatsr. This evening Bsllinl'i
ver
er popular opera, hk bonhambula, will be pre
uted, with Lucy Eicott as "Amliia." aud Mlratida,
sen
tne devoted but abused "Blvlno," the performance
coDcludiug with PauvHFiivi Evinisos.
Buith ic Nixon's Hall We again invite
our readers to wltneai the beauties of Waugh's Mir
ror of Italy, now at this establishment. Two exhi
bitions at given daily, aud an attendance upon one
of them will never be regretted.
LAW REPORT.
LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT.
Thi Railsoad Ipjonoiios Cass. BTosea
and other vs. The Ohio and Mlsslsticpi Usliroad
OompaDT. Judge Btorersuld that the Little Miami
Kallroad muat be made parties del'endaut in this
case-being the parties beuedcially Interested; while,
as the pleading uow stood, this company wa not
known in the contract or responsible for any dam
ages. .
Judge Matthew aid the pleading would be
am ended to meet tbe suggestion of the Court.
Powell v. O. Campbell A Co. Au action to recover
13,600, tbe value of coal oil machinery lurnlihed to
defendants, which not being paid for was agreed to
be returned within t irtydays. It was not delivered,
and abont two months after the expiration of the
time for the re-dellvery the property wa attached
by ttie.lalntifreoreditor
The Court remarked that without giving an opin
ion as to whether the property belonged to Powell or
not at the time of tbe attachment, the simple point
was, when did the plaintiff's right of action com.
menc? It accrued thirty days after the agreement
was made In Boston, and bis right of action was not
discharged by theaubsoqnaut conduct of the parties,
or thsutiequenteiznrby the plaintiff creditor,.
Judgment for plaintiff.
maauMiasioii, a. negro, twenty year or age, th
property of T. J. Gallagher, waa manumitted.
Gordon va. Tbe London anil Liverpool Vln ami
Life Inauranca Onmnanv -Thi.
Judge Hoadley, wa to recover $2,000 npon a fire
COMMON PLEAS.
Join Btgsios. The Judges eat in toint
sssion. Jndge Carter was asnolnud nreiidliir Judira
ror th year.
J5. Baasatt Langdon and J. A. Lynch, having
given the necessary bonds, wer appointed Master
Uommlaaloner of this Court.
Bkturb Junoa IM . r.i nit Tli-Hnr ar.i. nt
Councilman, entered a plea of guilty to a charge of
asaault and battery committed on Dr. Webb. Th
anaii oocuxrep. a lew week ago at th Olty Prison, of
wu.uu ui, . im yuraioian. xne vours neara tne
whmuwuus oi nw witnesnes, ana aeierraa sentence.
RIVER NEWS.
The river was verv slowlv reoeedlsg oBno.
it thil Mint veaterdav. and laat evnlna waa nil
declining yty .gradually, with lea than ten feet of
water in in cnannei Between be re and Lonbvill.
Th water, aooordin tn tha I.Im -Ann-H, I. ,mi.
falling from Pittsburg to thi port, and In th Lower
vino, we near oi no particular cnange.
Th weather yesterday was warm and cloudy, with
a alight aprlnkllng of rain in tbe afternoon and
evening, ana a prospect ot a ratnar wet ip.ll at mid'
UIKUI.
Business at the Landing wa rather dull yesterday,
bum iibisiiw nm ii pi.uiy. luim wereas ioiiows:
, i,wymi-w,HiD. aiuiaaaei, 100.1 vvnisay,
wc.i Flour. Me.; pork and Lard, 860.; Pound
ii.iuH, i7s(luo, per iwi loa. .
Mashville Whisky, per brl.,60o. Alt, SOo.i Pound
Freights, loghSOo. per 100 lbs.
i. ioni-ueavv ronnd rrelgnte, 35c. per lis) lb.
Whisky and Oil, 6o. per brl. stoves, JSo.i Ale, ftOo.
pi wri.
Bvanarille Whisky and Oll.eoc. per brl.
Ualro Whisky and OU, Mo. per brl.; Found
.1 niKI..,, IIU. DDF UU lllf.
N. ri.lu.. Ukl.b-. fUl ...
Apple. Ao., fioo. I Pork, 65o.; Bacon In hhds. 26o.: and
other Pound Freight, 3u&tto. per 100 lb.; Kei Lard.
30c,; U ones, S10 per head. . ,. .
The Wabash and Green Bivcr were slightly swell
ing at last accounts, with an abundance of freight
nuns uoii- uaua.. ior mo ouuin, an oi wnicn is gen
rally discharged at Nowburg, Svansville, Shawnee
town and other landings, to await reahlemenL
PaOBABLa Loaa aw rum itapnai. Th M.m.liii
Appeal ha the following report of the petition and
condition of the BenublTot
The officers of the steamer Bepablic arrived la this
city on the K. J. Gar laat evening. When they left
Island 16, the Repubtio was gradually settling down,
and she has ere this undoubtedly broke in two. Her
bow and stern are entirely ont of water, while there
Is a sluice nine feet In denth running underneath her
in
mldsblps. Before the Oay could get ont all ".the Be-T
puuiio'. ireiao(,coBiaerapie ot it naa oeenaamaged.
(Jaotaln Montgomery entered orotoat vesterdav be
fore Ssqulie Hill. The Bepndlio wai between fire
andalx yeara old, and waa valued at abont 119,000,
and wa owned by Oa.taia Bam. Montgomery, her
commmnuer. on. waa inaurea ior ei.wu in me new
Albany office. There was a report of a rise of three
Inohee at Mo. IS yesterday, but we think it doubtful.
There la a rise eomlng down, but will not reach th
MpaDiio in urn to ao net any goou. ,
STEAMBOAT REGISTER.
AaarvAU.-Bnnday Telegranh. Lonlavllle: Mon.
arch, New Orleans: Magnolia. Maysvllle; Ohio No;
, msurietw, vru, raoucao; j. w. naiiman, ritU'
.- KWUH.IA W,UI,III,I DW,U.B
tur, New Orleans; Jacob Poo. Pittsburg; Jacob
Hlrader, Loui.ville; Clipper, Naibvills; Eunice,
Wheeling; Forest Queen, Madison; A. W. Quarrier,
Kanawha: Liberty, Wheeling; Judge Tomtit, Mew
vrievosi vuuivisu, nwviiiv. t i. K ,t.
1 DarABTvaas. Munday-Telegraph. Louisville:'Te.
iiimaan, new urieane. saonoay Slagnolla, siays-
ine: sorest vjoeeii, maniaon; UHio ll. 2. Marietta;
acuo otrauer, vncoo roe auu. aunice, ijouisviiie;
letaeaaer. Meuiohlet J. W. UiilDian. 8L L .nl.
swuivitu, ai.viiivr roi.uu, aswavuiei ur4a l itis'
LriirK'
a
sflOCOi SHELLS. CRACKED COCOA
Ac. -Just receiveii. 38 boxes fresh Cocoa Shells,
uracaea uoooa, preprea 4'ocoa, nrema aud Uncco
iai. aoraaie. wuuioaaie ana rami i.oy
! , A. SIcDOKaLI) A CO.,
1 felS ' 86 end Branch 8tore, H9 est Fonrth-et.
a.' BALDWIW. ATTORNEY
WW AND OOCN8ELLOB AT LAW an Maitar
Oommbmioner of the superior and Common Pies
Oour ts. Bank . Bulldini, aortlrlwMt. eener of, M da
n.a-sra-sswvs. .ije.., ., t v, ; u, aJ
COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS.
Monetary and Commercial.
The condition' of aaanelal affaiis vetterdsy
wai without change from last Saturday, and bnslnea
aulst In Thirds treet. Money oontlnned In fair de
mand with an easy market; all food borrower ob
Ulnlng loans at tbs regular ratea-ioai J per cent. ,
Eastern Exchaag was still firm at iffl40 buying,
and K piemium selling rate. w "'
In Gold and iiew Oriean Xrcha.m nnlhln v
ulroch,rn,d.o.,ogi Bd ia uncr"n' Mn'
Th Imports and Expoits oi varlonaartlelM for tha
forty-igbthoarandlngyaierdaynoon,wer:
niS- 7; f pMl,,,IB' hrr.U:Barl.y,9e buahsls!
ButUr, M kwts; Corn. S,7M biuu.la; 'Cheese, M
boxes; OeffM. I0 bags: Flour, 1,617 bairsla; Hay, M
Laleai Bogs, 80 head; Lard, 102 barrels and It kegs;
Molasses, 8,488 barrels; Mall. 7S bushel; Oat, 1,060
bushels; Pork and Baeon, M hhd.. S tleroea.M bar-
Rft "if5?? VfA Potaioe. 1,144 barrels: Sugar, 749
ky 1 1W barrel wn",t buabels; wnl-
n-f0TlTA,)El, harrels; Butter, 231 kegs:
Candle, S.184 Boxes; Ones. 401 boxes? Ccne,ooi
bi Floor, M6 barrels; Lard, U8 barrels; Molawe.
b,T,i,0, bnhlj Pork and Bacon, S4j
rSi'l! fcrnaMS' barrel. 486 boxes; Potato.,
ITalSKa 11
Th followlagia aeomparaUve statement of the
lnsorti f foreign Dry Good at Sew lerk for th
past week and sines January 1 : .
For the week. 1898. 1869 ' iwn
Entered at the port...... l,43,ns 3,4U,07J J,814,61
Bi"o.0Jnory:",, l,'",Ml WW
KnUrd mt thm wtnrt . oitt immiw ,. . ...
Thrown on MafotZwTra
Htklni-rlav'ai Vass V..b PHI . . . . .
ra.tarr'aff.lrit "."rtoriaa,'i
irment for Honey on tempo-
.?iT2 fii pe.r. ceni l wnile Wscounts. ouUlde of
ank. are teat aotlva at v n- .n. Y. , - '
Kxchang, tat rd.,', VteaTeV ml! if "! TodaU
irnu nature, on London at imi per cent., and
faJglng ail the way from' ts MM tb t iSS to &
Ctold dellvemd by the AtlMtto ameunto
JSiaffitii against l.SIO.Wt the corMidlng
steamer last tewen,) and a good part of tbe Bar GoM
wa. taken u. by th Bullion BroKr to awaitaaei
port demand lal.r In thtteasou. This calculation i
formed by the fast that Sight Exchanged TLondon,
by the recent alteration in the Bank oTKngland
torest, la lelatlvcly better than 60 day
CINCINNATI HORSE MARKET.
The Ottr Horse marlrat fnvsl,. i.
y (Monday) e,ing7wi bkt iSVSSa
during lb. previous week. The' stock aold wm n
erallyof superior quality and brought good price
Th,.fl,rtJ?,t trat el1 supplied, and theJ
mandhardly eo.ua! to the number of animal la th,i
''S- nT bwu, at 0. 1. 1. Bids lio
' BlUr'i M; at B. Jennifer's 37;at D. Car
ney' lift at Miller, Eastwood Atjo.'i 17e; at B. J.
LovelanuAOo.'7i Total HI, for S7,ltil.
CINCINNATI CATTLE MARKET.
The olty Cattle market was moderately animated
ISlrtcEliJ"1' '? (Mda7iTeningmTbi
rsceipU of Cattl were about ISO lu. of Hheen 5
more, and of .Hogs loQles. than ttirirtaJ?
extrljm to S37S" 8h.ep7Vm .r2rtot37
oeao. nogs, iroin JJ 76 to SS IS. irraei.
CINCINNATI MARKET—FEBRUARY 13.
FLOUB Under the ! !,..,. r w . '
mad. public on 'Change, 'fiHeS "iffiZewtBS
stocks from the market; and asked $i Ji fT.Jier.
tne, at the close, so thst th priceT., th. enffof
'Change were nominal, tha m.,iT.. Z.r 'u'r..?
ale of 812 barrel family and Htn hmiivVt aaSi
J Ml i JOOdo. euperfin. at tje'tV? iWdo'.'Sx'trJtt
wtno&r The market is buoyant, and
Igher: aafaa of 1.2U1 h.rr.1. ,u'i2a
price
rale for wnn ' '
th latter
PBOVISIONS-Oeneral firmness, with Indlcatlona
SlnfeL'1:..!0".' rloi' ocuVinuM to be thi!
the demand would toni I lrwt iVS dBc?
,'"v"lj'r ""rwivange wm oetaioed for a lot to
day. Sides ar offered pretty freely1 at gs" A stood
S!?iyK',,!,'fJu'f'iBa "! eri TtFan.l?Sf2
fl" auotations. an Improved
demand for Lard, and all to be had at lic. wa
uuen, but thy sales mail wa all country rendired.
at l j StiqlS; 40 hhd. Baoon, at 7J and like for
Shoulder, and Sides; JOO.OOO pounds bS"k a?eat. at
ef'Lfhhoulder.;8Ho.for8iJ,Md8o
and M0 barrels Lard at lll,Ha. " M"'
nitnMMinir.uu -k. .l
...j r k . u",, ne marget: the de
mand In the regular way la moderate: talis of 400
bstrel MolMsea at 4(oj 60 hhds. Sugar at ifflsiso
and 160 bags Odes at labile. " 8M0"
WHEAT The market is nnsattted. and
II M for pilms whiti, and (i 2
( OBN-Kar-Corn eont cues In fa r demand, and
prices stesdy at 449o . in balk shelled I Tin good
demand at It, su ked, buyers furnl.hlnllk. "
OA'I s-lbere Is a good demand, and nrlceafirm
WMc7oTlttnMb!te,.,' dUU Dd
tkWlrP
.!f.;oJ3(X)bushel.p,Tm.mllatM
pr?mVTrmI!'bT.n,.5r'irv2r',ld ' 19 lon' fo'
OHEICSB-Ther 1 a fair demand at Xffllo. for
;!:hDDafr7..rc",, m
BljTTKlt-The market II dull and heavy, with
alarm stock on hand; prices have declined lc. per
WernSeerv.0tio?,rS, hi rt 131W" "d
APPLEtr-There la a good local and export de-
fo? faVto4o fokT " tra
TItlKrr,T;'rha ""'stjeontlnue large, but the
demand is ful y eoualto them, and price are firm
at $J per barrel, for prime Nortoeru.
CLOVE B BBfcD-Sb. market isadull and heavy.
V.?0.t?.i;lm, f M.for ekand barrel:
sales of 74 barrali cholo at $4 7SM; and 10 do. at
ft in,
[BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.]
TOBK MAnBVW. Fahmarv 1 D as a.i.u
steady and unchanged: tale of 40 barrels", at'll a, for
u, aiavaisiur rearis. rue aemand tor uotton
Is moderate and unchanged: tale of 1,600 bale at
HJaO. for middling Iln inrt,. lni.lrlln Vjm k.lu lH
tl?n,lt- ,Br! ' "J ilnISd biisinM doing In
Flour, while tha market la wlihnnt nh.n... ,h u
som aneoiilatir inaairv. but the dii.u,i i..i,u.
w. .uvs'iie. tnM.ni. W.UU oi local sraae: sale or
j,oou """i v w&3 io ior supernne state and
Western; S Soas 46 for xtra Stnlo; 1 80 PS for
hipping brands extra ronnd-boop Ohio the market
dosing dull for fancy and extra. There is limited
pnsiness doing in uanauian Flour, and th market
Is heavy: sales of 4M barrels, at $5 40OS 76 for com
mon to oholce axtr. Rva trinnv nnr-. -m.ia
at 3 704 40. Buckwheat Flour dull at St 7601 87X
rircwt. Corn Meal dull and heavy: .ale at 13 60S
60 for Jersey, aud St 16 for Brandywine. Wheat
quiet and nnobanged; the demand Is chiefly for local
" '..'. !"". 1. i"". ""oeis very nanusome mil
waukle Club at SI Si, delivered alongside ship. Bye
dull at 17c. Barley is active and firmer: sale of 17,
400 busb(,ls, at 611c. for Inferior two-rowed State.
Barley Ma t dull at irfflSSo. Corn in better supply
and lower: sales of 21.000 bnahala. at 7.70 fo.,.-
white and yellow, chiefly the Inside price. - Bldee
dull! sale or eOO hides, for Western slaughtered, at
Sc. cash; l oot) do. dry Southern at 15c. cash; MO do.
vnnuwi uu iiEi.aiv verm., anu iu,wu pounas tsuenos
Avn. euttlnn. on nrlvam tArma I m. u,t- .i.h
small aalss at at 6024 for Pcotch Pig. Small sale
of LIutMd Oil are reoorted at 7(aso all mhuiiy.
culet and nochanged. Whisky steady: sale of M0
uarrei ai ;ni.c., cnieny at tbe latter price, aud
closing quiet, rork is firm, with fair demand: ealea
of l,75fl barrels, at $17 ti for old mew: $18 87 for new
mess; III 26 for old prime; $14 3 for new prime;
Included la sale are 1,000 barrels new mesa, aellar'
option, ill March, at ill 60. Beef Is stead v and nn-
onangen: sales oi sou Darreia, at gt WH 60 for coun
try prime; $6 tbm 60 for oountry mess; lofflin for
repacked mesa; SI0 SOU for extra mesa. Beef Ham
firmer: sale of 800 barrel at SIS. and new la bald
higher. Prime met Beef steady at tuYi&IO: sale of
JIJO tierces, at la 60 for India mens, ai.d In an T,.r
luma. uui neat aieaay ana nuonangea: aKt ot
pacKages.ai 70. loreuouiuen, and ((41o. ror
Hams. Bacon firmer: sales of 9110 boxes, at 8'o. for
OnmhMlB-J M 1 .1x1 1 nXJ ..- l . I . I. . .1 .1
vuw.u-,,hsu -..uii.m, (jrv, aw. lUUH'llUUW IIU
loc. for long-clear, Dressed Hogs quiet, at 7M0c.
for Western. Lard Is lirm: sale of 100 barrels at 11
UMo. Batter is telling at ll15o. for Ohio, and
lMaaoo. for Slate. Coffee (tetdy: sale of 600 bags
Bio at Hc, and 1.800 mat Java at lie.; lucludlng a
tew pocket at Hc, and 170 bag St. Domingo at
HKo.rseh. Sugar consequent upon tb favorable
new front Havana by the ''Mosea Taylor," bolder
in tbe city manifest greater firmness, and many
have withdrawn their stocks from the market: aalo
of 160 hhd Cuba at iHWHa. Molasses ttsadyi sale
oi tie .arreia ainscorauo as sgjtc.
Biw rona Siooa Markit, February IS. Second
Board -Stocks are inactive, and rather higher.
MoaeV and Evehano. nnnh-nmul nklMM mA
.Bock Island, !2!. 8. 4. New Jeney 188. Galena
s vuioago, o'X. neaaing, ev. ew rorg Van
tral. 71. Panama. Puifln If-ll aiu II -A
Un.lr.!.l?.t '."seae Bonds, iiaM. Teuneatet Sites
. . i ' , .ouiwr, 14 ai. r war
dull: sale of Howard-street and Ohio super Una at
SA87H Wheat stead t; aaleaatSI Sntit SAiorwIilte,
and 1 77(1 80 for red. Corn quiet: "ales of while
Ull.T nn. Vff.ma V.1... 1 .
t7(Wl.
Provisions fir): Mas Pork at tit, aad prim
at 111, Baron Bide at 10c
Whisky It firm and
easier: tales oi Uhlo at MHO.
Gifts! Gifts! Gilts!
GIFT BOOK SALE
IT NO. 19 WKST P0CRTD-8TRKKT,
next io nmirn m nixrnre uaii, mneinnail,
Ohio. A aelHlldid Gift, worth frnin All ratnfe Ia Bill).
will he iv.n with vrry book for which w.recelva
cn.aouarana apwaro at in. nmeot aale.
Otft oonslst of Gold and Bint Watchee, tadles'
Solid Gold Chains, splnSd set of Jewelry, fine Gold
Braoalei. Genu' Oo .d Veat-chaiua. and a large va
riety cf other article of rich Jewelry, worth from
VI ont. to lino. . . '
Ladle and gentlemen are rMPeetfallf Invited
call end examie oar toek. , i
A. A. KELLEV, .
i j PnbUthw aad in Booksiier, rr,
' t tnM&mi,
yFALDIHtl'B PKBPAJtaD ftLVJH
. BFALDIPIU'S rRiriKln QLTJSt
' PALDIHG'S FKKPAKBJ) CULtTZl'
, i BATR THM ITKOiai ,
ECONOMTI - DUFAVOHl
VST "A Sttteh la Than 8a VM Nlar-M
As aosidtntt will hawasa, rea in irt'l-rtsirliiltd .
BuaflLstt, It la v.ry desirable to hav. ooi cheap and
convenient way for repairing Furnitare, Tope, Ctroek
ery.Ao. .
BPALDINO't PEBPSBED OLU1 "
Met all nch (merge ncia. sad ae boeswkoid eaa
affordtobewtthootit. It i alwayi raady and rp to
the stlckng point. Thtreteae k)tigraacwltyfir
Um sing chairs, tpllntered wnsn, aaedlsMaoll aad
broken exadle. It I Just th artlol tr ooae, ta&
and other omameatal work, a popaUarwitk iadias
f reSnemtnt and taste,
Thla adxUrable prsparatioa ta ajr', eld, being
chsmijally held la aolsttea, aadpoa. Bgallth
valuabU aoaUttee of the beat cabinet . 'rs' lino.
It mar be ated la theplaotof ordln ,' sllag,
being vutlr store adhs.lv. -
. "DBBFTJL IN BVEBT HOU81. "
H. B.-A Brntk actompaalM well tett; ' - 1e
eeats. .. : . .i :' '
Wheleeetle Dsxit, Nfc48CedtaNStreet n,.?,
Addreti ' HENRY O. SPAt-DITfO tm
t Ben We. t,009 Hew ; .erfc.
Fat ap for Dealers la Case oontalnlng ftrar, eight
and twelve doiea a beautiful Lithograph Show-card
tooompanylng each pMxage, : . -.D'.ti',. , ....
8T A tingle packags of BPALDINO'8 PBAV
PABKD GLUE wlU save ten UntM It ct aaaoaUy
to every hoosehold.'W
old by all premlneat Htatlonar, DropsM, Hard
ware and Furnitur Dealer, Grocers aad Faacy .
tier,
Oonntry Merchants should max a not of 8PALD
INO'B FBEFABED OLrja,whr maklagaptkelr
lilt. It wfll Hand any climate. w; '
. SFALDINCfS FRSFAKKD OI.TJKI .
' ' ! USEFUL IN EVBBT BOCsUL : ,
" BFALSIItl'S PBEPABED OLUS, .
SOLD T BTATI0HEB8. . r
; ' ' SPALDING'S PBEPABED OLCI. '
BOLD BT DBTJQQIBTa.
BPALDINO'8 PBEPABED OLTJE,' '
- BOLD BT HABDWAjtBDaALEB8.
" SPALDIBO'S PBEPABED OLTJE,
SOLD BX HOUHE-FCBMianiNQ 8 TUBES.
BPALDINO'8 PBEPABED OLTJE,
: B0IID BT FDBN1TCBB DEALXBS.
BPALDINO'8 PBEPABED OLTJ1, ' 1 " !
BOLD BT TAH0T-OOQD8 DEALEBa.
SPALDINO'S PB1PABED OLTJE, '
' j, BOLD BT OBOQEBa. -
: il- HPALDINO'B PBEPABED OLTJE. ' ,
BOLD BI OOCNTBT MERCHANTS GENERALLY. '
Manufactured by -' .-.. '.
. . HBMB I O. BFALDIMO V CO.
43 Cedar-at., New Tork.
Addreai PostcfSca, Box No. t,O0. - n i
' Annexed tt an Alphabetical List of Article which
pMamaged, may be restored to their original
strength and csefulnes by
SPALDING'S FREPAAED GLUE. . '
A ..Mandt ACCOUNT BOOKS.
EKHu.aieaaa nuiiKAiis.
Um Mend fJRADL
D-..Menda DOLLS..
.meads Br EG EH.
.lianas btanh
O..Mendt OUlTAl
I "w"' UAWrOtMH.MMMM
.Meads INLAID WOBK,
tr BueDa
,.ranaa jak.
..meuat lsathkk-wokk...
..Mends MIRIIUH-FHAUEB..
5
N. Manda KIWII. POHTH
u..M.menut Di !U14Ka.....
f Mend PIANO-FOBTESm
0
-p
Q.-Hnd ODILT-FKAM ER
lUMend KO0KINO.il0BSE8.. .
M.M.aaeua. nur.i ,
t a ii i va
..T 1
Dm Und TJMBRELLA-STIOI
rt . . ' 1 l . 1 U U I. i
VMMMmena n .
W..M.ndi WOBK. BOXES. .....
X..Mnd XILOi
Mend XxLOOBAPHlO-WOBB-M
TM.nds TABD STICKS.
1 Mends ZEPHVB WnnO-Wl
oonoiaaiou. Hi.Af.iiiwarFi fkIVI nsTrl
GLUE Is useful la Llbrarle aad School.
Mends STIltBOlirinpSa..
I
x r .menoa riTVUaiK8...-.
P 1
I ,a ,.M.nda AOUOhDEONSm
HiKvaiua a
A
4 L Menaa LETTKB-8EALIHQ t
& D Hende DloiretBulmi flAaaa li B
0.I ..Mend tMA3gM ., , , f. g
7 .M Mead NEW BREAKAGES N- T
g.Ow.Mend flnn.n,TmKH Mlll a g
,4J-M..Mn(M BOHOOL-BOQKH
10 P Monda PARASO
a.. Mends KUI.IRH-.
l2.MKw..Mendt Elbotbical MACHiKs...Jt
ISP.Jencla PAPEK.HANQUIQ8.m .P-.U
l4A...Mend ABM -CHAIRS ,.....,1-.....A- U
Umm..R. .Mend BICKETT FUBNITTJBti.KM IS
lSM..Xw.Mendt EttASKtt HANDLES. E IS
I7mm.J Mend DEHKB ,,ir
,.0MMMenda GLOBE8....-. -..-....Qm IS
.li Mend LOOSENED LEAVxH....L II
Mend UrHoiATaaBoFusurrroaa.U-M.-n
oenoa txiu-utiaTJiHS,
Mend ACOBN-WOI1K
Mend CHESS-BOARDS .ffl
,,MMM)M.M.-ssenQ fiuu1j-h.mm,
M. Mend HHBLTj-WOKE.
S6 Mend FILLET-WOKK..
17 Mend HOBBT-HOB8X8
Mandt KALEIODouUrEB.
.Mend MONEY-BOXES ..
K.MMM..M.ndS FIOTUBB FBAM;
11 Mend BKUBETAHIIUJ,
1. Mend SCHOOL FOBNTTD
MM.menn. v ain matninv, .
.Mend PAPIEB-MA0KB..
.rnsmoa waKUBUBJC0
Mnd FABIAN BtAttB.
ana UBIBS,
Manda PIOTDBKS
Mend QDILL-WHEE
-Mend f 0WXL-BACK8
,Mend( WASH STAND.
.neuae bbuuibaiw
M.nd DBTIMS..
.Mend BALLOT BOXES.
raauusi j n wuna mm i .... -
nioiisu naapftniaftM i. tm
Mend BACKGAMMON BOAHDS Z M
Mend BAN DBOXEH M
Mends BLACK-BUAstDo,
u i v. , li u nm a
neiiiu SAafMlvuoiHMu
Mendt BILLIABD-TABLk.
SS.MM.Mend BILL1ABD-CI
o8..........Mends BIRD-OAOB8..
ends sHLLilABD-UU-S.
Hands BttOOMSTICKS-.
.Mends buok-uankSm.
Mends BRUHH-HANdXes!
.Mends BKUBIIKH...
nendt uai)i.KT.,
.i . . ntilTDkia
iB.sm uuw .... ..m.
Mends OL(KJK-OA8KS...
Mands CBUTOnaeHMN i
nana vjut-bUABua
MendsuUBTAiN!
M..M.nds GABXnGo.
M
-70
71
Mends CAMEBABm
Mends OH AIUS
..Mnnda 4)E1 ARTIL
M.udS SJliUTUaB-t BaAlAO
Mends CARD-OAS E3mm.
73
.74
M.ndt uhkbtSm
.Mendt DIARIES.-.
.stand. WUKK.-HTANDH.
.Mend DHAUGUT-BOABDI
.Mend UlMUItS
.Mend. DIVANS....,
Mend DIOS-BOX:
Hand. DMO RS
.M.nda DOMINOK8.
.Menu FlBKllUAstlli
.Mend FuUTKo,
Mands BALUSTRADE
Manila GLAH8W ARB...
.M.aaa HANDLK8.
..Men da GOTTAPIROHA-WAB
ie",','.,.',,
90MMMead( KITKSm
i...MMM.n.BO niro.,.-, MMM
W.MMMends OROANS---.
" , ainnda nUU-LO
SEWING MAOHINl
-.Mends PANE 1,8
-.Mends PAHTEBOABD-WOKKm
mMsbiu rmians.
Mend. BIOKHU BOS...
Mead WOODBN-WABBm.
1IX, Mends WILLU
LOW -WARE..
.101
SPALDINO'S PBS FABID 0LU,
- SOLD 91 BTATIOBBBB. '
r a
SPALDINO'S PBEPABED QLCB, : '
' BOLD BT DBUOqUTAV .!' ,.
SPALDlNO S PRIPABED QLTja, . i '
' . ' BOLD BT GROCERS, tj i,;. - ;.
.1
BPALL1S0 PREPARED OLTJE, ' '
BOLD BT HABDWABB WOBJtS. ' '
bPALDIBO B PRIPABED OLTJS. '
: SOLD BX H0U8B-FURNISBINO BTOBXS.
. SPALDINO'S PRBPABIDQLtn,1
SOLD BT OOUNTRT MI BOH ANTS OENXRALLI
Manntactaredbr ,,u ,!.,.. :, ,' ".. ' .'
v HENRY C. SPALDIBO & CO.,
' 48 'edMtrett New Terk.
Address PostotBce, Boa Ne. l,Se.. . , - , -,
' Fnt a In easoontalnlns either Foer, ittghtot
Twelve Doges each. A baaatirot Uthepattite
Show Card accompanies each packate. - ' '
' '' -laolMtltelaii8atar.) )) Jj.lt A
. M. l"
"""" IJ n
MrfMHaHMMMMMMai
J
at
21
28
ym-IMI.IIIiSI
. aa
li ,. St
an .
f
a
M
sa
SImm.mII'.m...
Wsstweeeees
si,
-1. -I-.TI- - "
,. ,rJ
'l",m '""'-.
HA
AAV
m1 ,
m
6Qtst apiii ie
,,M""' "2?
sN.iiiiieiiiiiiiiii M
Vti eeeeietea
M a.
RaVaeMwe
tew si lean a. ti stM
7,II!.'I'!I.'',..S
v6te
ta
Wi
7TI
76. sees. i sees w
7 matli
..,1,7s
, i. in, 15
77 eee
""""""
H TS ,
' " aa
Bftawttse
as
S7, .ii.iju
-..iiiiHuni
tu
i ' i ' i "1
1 hA VK XuUH. OHDICRh gtt,VJi .WCIf
JU at the Paj IT! Ot-o, r
: U f

xml | txt