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"wants," "roi s ax a," to i,wc,niian,
TODHD,"o., Id Ihti ooluan. oeouwing Ir list
er less, two Inseoem.rwentrM cents. -
WANTED HELP 1 olerk, 2 food firm
, hands, Ibh need to hotel life, ran4 S good
Bjrla. Apply at the General Intelligence Agency.
So. Ml Central-avenue,
. feiabt 7. - A.D.CAB30NA00,
"'WAIrTBI-8ITUA'II0N8-In private
T tnlUe tor few good girls used to all kinds
'a.,J neawork. Those la nnl of reliable help will
r, leave their ord.rs et our office, No. 882 Central-.--uo.
f,tel5bJ A. D. UAB80N 00.
. VANTED BOY-IS or 18 yt old to
mek.blmselt useful in a store. Apply at US
Main-street. . fcl6b
y ANTED TWO GIRLS-Oneto attend
in the dining room, ud on to work In too
kitchen. Apply at too Madison House, Covington.
WANTED GIRL To do general honse
work. Apply at 851 Seventh-street, between
Mound and Onttor. - foieb
WANTED GIEL To do goner house
- .... work- A PV tennedlatelr at TH08. BEW.
LET'S Grocery, corner of Sycamore and fifth, .
WANTED Good GIRL8 for honnwork.
Coll immediately at Mrs. WABNEB'S Em.
Bloyment ; Office, SOS rifth-street, between Western,
row and John. feisb
and lady or three sinrl. nntl.man in hnarii
with a private family.
aaarsas a. toot box 69 pott-
WANTED 8ITDATI0N A young nan
wishes a altnatlon aa Olerk on a steamboat
or in a store. Can talk both the English and Ger
Ban lauguages. Addren J. A. SOHLOBS, thii office.
MTANTED A Gorman Proteitant Girl, to
? w'unJPi Ironing and general homework
In a prhrate family. Good wages given. Satisfactory
reference required. Gall at Ho. 22 Longworth-etreet.
WANTED To supply merchants, hotel!
and other gratia, with clerks, book-keepers,
Mlesmsn, bar keepers, portera, ooopera, carpenters.
Besistry Office, 128 Walnut-street.
macuanice, lanorera, so., at tne mercnenta' Clerks'
WANTED BA8TBRS Tea spod vest
busters and Are button-hole makers for sew
log machines. Apply to Mrs. JOBDAN, No. 40
Locke-street, between fourth and fifth-streets. '
a machine and one to do general honnwork,
Apply on the. north-east corner of Observatory and
Baum-strreta. feUb
WANTED Bv a young man about six
teen years of age, a place to learn th ma
chinists' trade. Address SAMUEL B. DIXON,
Box 1,737. fe!4lr
to f 1,(00. for three to flre years, on good se
curity, at from 8 to 10 per cent,, internet iiald quar
terly or half-yearly. Address W. 0. H., Penny
Press Office. fe!4d
ANTED TO BENT A' small House,
of not more than six rooms the rent not to
exceed M per raonth-by a prompt-paying tenant.
Address P W, 0., care Frees Office. el4
WANTED Two good Cigar-makers, will
ing to work on any kind of clears, can And
permanent situations, at city prices, by applying
aoon to the undersigned, at Lebanon, Ohio.
fe!4d f. HlBBrPBTH,
ANTEDA GIRL Who noderflUodi
bind 111 ff aVUfJ flttltlsV nliltn far a Marine ma.
vuiutflu.w joiirr -trees,
ter. Kon other peed apply.
chtn.No.0 barr-itreot, bI(w6a Hound ndCnt
WANTED Bj ft prompt-pijing tonani,
ft HoUM. OontftlninaT ahnnK mix rnnmi. In m
Mls.u.t a.lUl...V..J -111
utes' walk o ih Fogtvofflc.
m ID
abon. iwfllvn main
Addiaas at thii
FOR KENT HOUSE A now and ele
gant Brick House, of six rooms, papered, water
and gaa, situated on Longworth-atreet, and few
doors west of Stone, sonth side. For particulars,
call at N. W. corner of Third and Main,
felob Jt. M. ShOWa, Agent
OR RENT ROOMS Suitable for small
families, or for sleeping rooms for young men.
unices ror rent on reuonabie termer-all centrally lo
cated, t pply to JOUN WAGGON SB, General Agent
and Real Estate Auctioneer, Ho. 58 West Blxth
street. - felibt
FOR RENT ROOMS Two or three 4a
alrabla front rooms, fnrnlshed or nnfurniihed.
Apply to Mrs. BANPfOBD, No. 1( last fourth
atreet. fe!6b
FOR RENT 37 Mrei of Land, adjoining
the city of Covington, suitable for e vineyard
or small farm. Will be rented, or eold on long
credit. Inquire of I.A.THOMPSON,
feltb No. M West Third-street.
FOR RENT B TORE 8 Two stores on
Walnut-street, between Pearl and Third, live
stories and basement. Pouessiou given immedi
ately. Inquire of K.A.THOMPSON,
feltb No. M West Thlrd-street.
17I0R RENT OFFICES A large, oommo
- dious Office, corner of Third and Walnut, over
banking-house of Paddock A Co., suitable for a
railroad or iosnranoe oompany : also, Juaw Offices
end Sleeping Booms. Inquire or
feltb Ho. West Third-street.
FO R R B N T-Lsrge and well-lighted
Booms, with power. Apply to W. W. HAHEB
A CO., corner of Ueatral-at enue and Volumbla-sta.
; Lfeltsw
jiuii itMJN i tiorxAUK Of roar room
JL and attlo, small barn, with three or fonr acres
of rich land, euittble for gardening purposes, lying
on a good pike, and near the city. Poaeeesiou given
Mai ch I, or sooner if desired. Apply to the sub
scriber. So. i Publlo Landing, from to 10 A. M or
utosr. m , , ireVaw'J ,, , 1, UHAMB.
Estate. A modern two-story Brick-home, gas,
bath, c, on Franklin-street, near Broadway, lot
oo oy w.
Brick-house, six roams, gas, As., en Hopkins
Btreet. Lot 30 bv 06 to a 10 foot all.v.
House and lot on North side Heventh-atreet, be-
iwm t)titiM r.lnn Bt Rft, -
-Honse and lot on Elm-street, between Fifteenth
and Liberty. Lot 17H by 91. Price $1,900.
Two new Brick-houses, 1H stories high, on Hound
street, near Chestnut.
a z story jjrioa uoone en uourt-street, near Sim.
I nart of the citr.
A aolendid coantrv seat. Brick Hons., with all the
modern Improvement, carriage nousa. three aorea
of ground, in Avondale, will be exchanged for a
Honse ana Lot on Fourth-street, la the city, with a
aaa vamuuv 11 owtmiiy,
A first-rata Brick House, brick stable, Ac, Bear the
citv. five acres of which ia tMantirnl sronnd.
A two-atory Frame House in Avondale, on about
one acre of ground, will be exohanged for good city
ALSO Several Lots of five aorea. two acre., and
one acre, In Avondale, on the Beading Pike, cheap
iur uhb aim lime furuHin, no.
Apply to j' .JOHN WAGGONER,
Agent and Anotioner, 1
f15o '
no. as
i WestSixth-sireet,
tl 1 . .aw -1 & - I 11
acre of land, Is offered for sale or lease. Inquire on
toe premises, oi u. . bhu&ii, juowsf wver Head.
HOARDING Two nersoni o&n be acocm
M-M modated with a pleasant room and board In a
private raroiiy, no. it ueorge-street. relon
BOARDING Pleaiant Rooms, newly fur
nished, to let to gentlemen, with board. In a
private lamuy. inquire ai sta west wxtn-strest.
& ...
T OST On the afternoon of the Saturday,
-Lai at Smith M Nixon's Hall, or from the Hall ie
Tine-street, a Black Victoria., lining inside of a
nrown ooior. me turner win do rawaraea by leaving
it at PAUL BsmMUN'S Drag Store, oorner oi
jvigtup pq m reeman-streeis. leitb
T OST MUf F On Sunday, th 12th Init,
m-m a .man, uara. nuosoa nay J ur mun, some
where on Fourth, Vina, Third, Bace or West Fifth
trc ata aunaoaed to have tuin iImkmuI fran a
riage. ' A liberal reward will be paid for the same
i icit at ids oecreiary omoa oi tne vincinnau,
Hamilton and Dayton Depot. felib
10UNP Taken lart Friday, brown
M- and-White Pointer Dogi has on a chain oollar,
with the nana, of " 0. B. Banford, Oovlngtoa, Ky.,'1
engraved thereon. The owner oaa have the aame by
caning aa nv. of was. f iva. utw, ana
- m. lay wat knftiMtrect. : ;
V Twenty per cent, cheaper than eleewbere in
ibeeiiy. , mm
If row. want eaemet, advertise In "1
1 rosi want s house, advertise la '
r... 1 THB WW MtHSS.
I yon want to Mil anything, advertise In
If yon want to boy anything advertise la
la bet, orarr want supplied by advertising In
A" This moraine. J. Graff 4 Co.. sell at
9 o'clock, a tmall retail itook at their itora.
No. 18 East Fourth-street. See advertisement.
Adams's Exriiss Commit. To Adami'a
Ezpreaa Oompany we continue to be Indebted
for Eastern and other papers, always in
adranoo of tha maU.
Tea WasTMigBTiB. 8. W. Pease hu re
ceived the Janaary number (American edition)
Wntmuuttr JCniem. It contain! valuable
paper on the toploa of the times.
TiirtiaHoiiig. The Irtt mid solren of
the Central Danoirg Association will bo given
at moioaeoB xteu on xnaay evening. Toe
arrangement have all been completed, and it
ii expected to be brilliant affair throughout
HlTIOIOLOaiOAI Ommvatioh Bv Hanrr
Warn, Optiolan, No.: T West Fonrth-itroot,
February 14t
O'clock. ; ,: , Baroaeter. A ; Thermometer.
i u,wM,wiMHiMtMW,iDi a novo aero- 40
11 m ....,........... w .29.47 Abovaaero 47
r. u KM ' Above aero 40
LaTTiia DaTAinn rot wait op Poerioa
February 14 1 ,-,. ,-
Kxeter A Currle, Detroit, H Ich, '" i . . ,
Wm. H. Calvert, New York.
Hailman, Bahn A Co., Pittsburg, Pens.
Warren A Bunyaa, Lexington, Ey,
D. W. Heath, Greencastle, Ind. '
Marcua A. Hunt, Foster Landing, Ky.
Washihgtoh's Btbdat CuiBaiTiog. The
National Legion, of this elty, composed of the
lurvlving soldiers of the Mexioan War and the
war of 1812, will oelebrata the 23d (nut, (the
anniversary of the battle of Baena Vista) by a
ball and aupper at National Hall, the pro
oeeds to be devoted to the fnnd for the benefit
of ilok and disabled members.
BcHQLiaT on Cooet btbht. The reeldenoa
of a man named William H. Wilkinson, on
Court-street, near Cutter, was foloniously en
tered, Dignt before leat, and robbed of S48.
Tha nocturnal visitors took an excellent op
portunity for the aooomrliihment of their
purpose, for Mr. W. wai absent, and big wife,
who heard them ransaoking bar rooms, wag
o bewildered aid frightened that the dared
not stir or make a none for fear of violence.
Lioikii Rionrrs at iei U iron's Orv ioi.
During the week ending yesterday,' $17 50
wen received at the Mayor's Offloe for li
censee, whloh, according to the record of Mr,
Charles S. Betts, the Mayor's Olerk, wen de
rived from tha following soureoi:
Hucksters' License.,
Veddlera' License,.
fj&l, ......... MllM.HIM.IMll
nacaney ioaooas.
VrBjS.,.,M..M.M.. ...MM.. .....M.I
Express Wagons ,.
117 W
Lola Moitiz's Lsctcrss. Lola Monies
will deliver ber first lecture in this citv on
Saturday evening nest at Melodeon Hall,
on "J on n Bull at Home," which has been re
ceived with great favor in other leading cities.
This will probably bs followed by other lec
tures, all of which will doubtless prove very
attractive, as Lola is one of the moat lively
and pixuante of lectureises, and has Invariably
nrawn erowas wnerever sne has spoken. Her
travels, observing mind aadqniok perceptions,
with her 'varied experiences of men and
things, render her very capable of treating the
supjeoi sne nas enosen. ...
Boaid or CifT Imfiovimikts. At the reg
ular semi-weekly session of the Board of Citv
improvement?, neia yesterday morning, the
Clerk was instructed to prepare and transmit
to tha City Conncil the followiug ordinances;
xo assess a special tax upon tne real estate
bounding and abutting on Clearwater-street
from xtaymiuor to freeman, to pay for n
proving: said street.
To establish the grade of Lawrence-street
from front to uithn.
To establish the grade of Lodlow-street from
Front totSlffin.
To establish the grade of fllffln-street from
XiUdiow to JjBwrenoe.
Also, to prepare and transmit to tha Citv
Council a resolution -authorising; the City Au
ditor to contract with John Dtan to extend the
stone abutments of the Findlev-street bridge
at $2 10 per perch, excavation per cubic yard
io osuvB, ana wutr uatu gKtu,
1m Clerk was also instruoted to advertise
for sealed proposals to change the location of
the atone culvert at Mill and Front-streets.
The following repair for accepted bcwldered
streets were ordered:
Tba gutter and intersection of Main and
Abigail-streets for $44. -
Crossings at intersection of Plum and Court-
streets lor fzo. Adjourned.
Miobaiios' aid Mavotaoti. tins' Exoiarsi.
The attendance, yesterday morning, at the
meeting oi tne Mechanics' and Manufacturers'
Exchange was quite large. After the minutes
of the last proceeding! had been read and
adopted, the following persons were proposed
and elected members. Wm. Donald A Bros.,
starch manufacturers, proposed bv Jss. Dun-
lap k Co.; Adam Gels, mattress and bedding
manuiaorurer, proposes, oy A. At. liatta; B. U.
Rowe k Co., and Kinney, Espy k Co., bankers.
proposed by Robert Oreighfen; J. F. Coatee,
furniture manntactnrers, proposed by 11.
Hedrlok: A. 0. Van Dyke A Co.. iron manu
facturers, proposed by J. W. BhipleyjW. H.
Roffner, furniture manufacturer: W. H.
Smith, paver and stone-masoni John 0.
Sohooley k Co., refrigerator; John H. Deters,
boot and shoe manufacturers, and Thomas
Levett, civil engineer, all proposed by G. W.
ROnyan. .
President Banyan announced S. S. Rows,
u. vf . xtognes ana i . ureen, as tne aaai
tional Committee on Banking.
(Upon motion of Mr. Green, the law paper
of Mr. Hedges, which had been laid upon the
tapie, was taxes np ans rersrrea to a commit
tee consisting of R. M. Oorwine, X. 0. Ware
and J. A. Hedges, after which the Boarded'
journed.- - '"' ' , -s
Aiothii Irmitiu Wait at t Hospital.
Any babeless mother, or benevolent person,
who desires to adept and rear an infant may
be accommodated by calling at the Commer
cial Hospital. 1 A female child, fonr months
old, healthy, robust and rosy as any baby ever
was, Doing tnrown as a wait upon the stormy
ooeen of Berth-lift, is now at that estab
lishment very much in need of a protector.
We have net spec here to describe it as
we could wish, nor time to write the
roan an oe of its , birth; but its astronomically-disposed
nose, moon-shaped faos and
spherical eyes are net its only recommend
ations, for we have been informed that It
is of good parentage, and that the sta
tion of the mother In society will aot permit
her to cere for it without serious detriment, not
only to herself, but also to her offspring. We
bene some klad-fcewted Individual mav be
Induced U adopt it, for It Is an excellent
baby, erics very little, comparatively even
then its voloe is not remarkably unpleasant
seems quits) wsll pleased with life thus far,
and really deserves better fate than to re
main longer In a honse, whloh, at any mo
ment, la , llabje to fall upon and erosk It to
ueaut. . .
ieteesmeasfi. f9 00
Mssaese(Meesei ..... 3 00
neseseeeeeasasse.eesaaesewsee 1 00
eeeeteee teestiseaMstsiieasse 1 00
- 60
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CITY NEWS. A Baltimore Forger Discovered in this
City—Shrewd Police Transactions.
Some months era a nia want Into tha aa.
tabliahment of Canfield A Bra., in Baltimore,
and purohased m oouple of watches, for whloh
no iis ooo in a rorgea eneek open some re
sponsible firm in that city. He -Immediately
went to Philadelphia, where he pawned the
goods for $65, a&i then, as will appear from
the sequel, came to this eity, where he was ar
rested in the performance of a similar trans
action and confined in tha County Jail.
A week or two Bines, a tetter was received
by the Philadelphia pawnbroker, whloh he,
having learned that the watches had been
fraudulently obtained, nlaoed in tha hand, of
Joseph Wood, the Chief of the Detective
roiice or that elty, requesting that the goods
be sent to Cincinnati by express, and stating
that all acepmuleted charges, would be paid
here. A telegram was immediately sent to
Detective Beany, of this city, authorising the
arrest of a man named C. Nawaon. and detail
ing the above circumstances.
Our shrewd detective answered this by re
questing that a note be addressed to the kt-ler-wrlter
here, which should state that the
articles had been sent ss he had desired, and
then set watoh at both the Express and
Postofflces, so that ha might discover the man
who should call either for the letter or pack
age. . Els rnse was completely saeoeesful, and
a day or two ago the letter from Philadelphia
was taken from the Postoffice by Jailor Shock-
ley. i ...... --'
upon Doing quesuonea in regard w tne
matter Mr. S. stated that the letter was in
tended for the individual who, nnder the
name of George Marshall, had been caught In
the swindle upon Duhme A Co., of this city,
showing conclusively that the Baltimore for
gery had been perpetrated by the same person.
Marshall's sentence lor tne transaction nore
will soon expire, but by that time a requisi
tion from the Governor of Maryland will nave
been obtained, and he will be taken to Balti
more for bial noon, the charge of forgery. It
la said that he is an accomplice of Hunting
don, the New York forger; but from the above
it will be seen that although the parties have
considerable skill, they can not escape the
Argns-eyes of onr Detective Police. .
Polios Codst. Judge Lowe examined fifty-
six cases at the Polios Coirt yesterday morn
ing. They were principally uninteresting, and
appeared to serve no purpose better than to
keep tne omoers oi tne uourt in employment.
Charles Banfield and Daniel Finnigan,
whom we mentioned a day or two ago in con
nection with the larceny of a lady's trunk,
were held to ball In the tnm of fire hundred
dollars each for their appearanoe before the
next term of the Court of Common Pleas. In
default of the requisite surety they were com
mitted to jail.
Four girls, the eldest not more than fifteen
years of age, were before the Court and sent
to tne xtcuso oi itoiuge. ineir laoee are fa
miliar to the habitues of the principal thor
oughfares of the eity, and, although young,
their actions and language were tuon aa would
indicate a depth of moral degradation rarely
attained even by elder persons. Their busi
ness was ostensibly, the peddling of fancy
sosps and matches, but, unfortunately, it was
not confined to this; for they sold also their
chastity at such places and times and with
suon unoiuining oisregara xor ueoeney, mat
the authorities were compelled to arrest and
confine them.
Thev seemed able to sneak only ia the most
obscene and disgusting language, and were
bestlalised to an extent whloh would appear
almost impossible in girls so yonng. If their
incarceration m tne House or aerugo anrtng
the three years they will be compelled to
remain 'at that institution do not purge their
souls of the moral pestilence with which they
have been seised, it were muon better, notn lor
them end those with whom they may come in
contact, to have thtm forcibly- rs-bom, and
tbus ushered into another nie.
Four young men were arraigned on the
somewhat singular charge of loitering about
bcusss of undoubted reputation, and fined ten
dollars and eosts each.
A young man, named Joseph Matthews,
was onargea wita carry tngoonooaiea weapons,
and fined also ten dollars and oosts.
MuTiia or vhiMscbipicb'Isstitots Ss-
LBOTion or A Nohixatiho Coxifrmi Ann Pas-
Th members oi the Ohio Mechanics' Institute
held a meeting last night, at whloh thirteen
persons exclusive of a couple of members of
the city press were present, being the first
meeting which has had a quorum since last
November. President 0. F. Wilstach oooupicd
the Chair, and forty-one persons were eleoted
to membership.
Borne amendments to tne constitution or tne
Institute, offered by Mr. Wilstach in October
last, were then taken up and ducussed. xho
only one, however, which was passed, pro
posed to strike out "maron" anu insert Janu
ary, and to strike out "weekly" and Insert
quarterly in article IV, whioh previously read
as fbllowst
"There shall be an annual meatine- on tha
second Tuesday in Maroh for tha election of
omoers for tne ensuing year, receiving reports
from Board of Directors, and weekly there
after for the transaction of such other business
as may be presented." .
A communication from the Mechanios' and
Manufacturers' Exohange, in regard to the
National Agricultural Society, which they
desire to hold its next exhibition; at or near
this elty, was received, read and referred to
the Board of Directors.
The meeting then proceeded to the election
of a committee to nominate officers for the
ensuing year, with thefoilowlsg result: W. W.
Carpenter, J. Gilbert, A. W. Churchill, Wil
liam Dowling, J. D. Bennett, J. Frost and
Robert Innes. . . ,
e , ' :
T. M.M. L. LiOTCRis Hsmt J.Bathoss
os tbi Lavs Was ir Italt. Henry J. Ray
mond, editor of the New York Times, delivered
his lecture on- the "Late War in Italy" last
evening, at Smith k Nixon's Hall, before the
Library Association, to a large nudienee. Mr.
Raymond, who is apparently about forty years
of age, with nothing very remarkable in his
semblance, spoke cctemporaneously for nearly
two hours of the various scenes of the late
Italian War, many of whloh he himself had
Witnessed. '','. T V " ' " ."'
Mr. Raymond's lecture was for the most
Bart a recapitulation of his correspondence to
te Times, whioh having been published in
many of the principal journals of the country
is not worth repeating here.
In conclusion the lecturer spoke very fa
vorably of Louis Napoleon ana France; say
ing that the Emperor had gone to war for
the purpose of benefiting the Italian people,
and had entered Into the treaty of Tlllafranca
for very good reasons. France was an ex
cellent and well ruled country, superior in
some respects even to our own; and though not
yet prepared for Republicanism, had that form
of government best adapted to its people.
, The lecture was brief end interesting, though
too long, and Attentively listened to for tne
first hour and half of Its delivery. ;':
Nsw Mtrsro J. Church, Jr., of No. ft West
Fourth-street, has received a variety or new
music, among which will be found the follow
ing: "0, Ask me hot to Smile Again;" words
by LlUle Linley, music by Franois Weoiooat
"Gallop Mextoatn," by Baronaj and "Forever
More," a snored song,' by Geo. Barker. He
has everything mat is new. '"".
i i . , . I, ' r ;
RsiiOTAin Mr. J. C FUckner hu recently
removed to 239 Main-street, where he will
oarry on the leather end finding business as
heretofore. His customers are solicited to con
tinue their patronage, and strangers are asked
to give him a call before forming business
connection eisewnere. ... . - . t
Blame. Jsmes Thompson, No. Ill East
Front-street, challenges the world to furnish
an artlole ef "oak tanned leather belting and
hose" superior to that manufactured by him
self. Me has a large stock on hand, and he
Invites dealers and other to sail and examine
' Pus's Orssi-HODSm In snlte of tha snow.
storm of yesterday evening, the andfenoe as tha
Opera-nouna waa quite fair. Julia bean did not
look the character of "Gabrielle d Belle IL,"
altbengh It was enacted very creditably. Sirs. Con
way, aa the "afarchloneas d Trie," looked charm
ingly and played admirably. This evooiua- Hanai
Vlllwlll be produced, with Julia Dean as 'Queen
"in in ,i-nuuni, i,u iuia UHO liueei
atberine." and Mr. Conway aa "Cardinal WoUer,"
ipported by the full strength of the company; the
trfortnanoe concluding (with Tni I.toh Boy. Mr.
performance concluding
Darldge appearing aa "Dabster,'
and Addis Proctor
a. . Buur,
Wood's Thsatm The audience laatnicht
at Wood's was not large, but the performance passed
off quite agneably. Air. Uollius has lost noue of Ms
popularity, aod still retains bis former langbtor-pro-yoking
qualities. This evening he will appear aa
-nerce u narra- m Jul unit attobbit, and as
O'Callahan" In tha lauahab:. tur. of Hi. I...-.
National Thsatss. The weather had Its
effect upon "Old Drury" also, and tba audience was
very small. This eveniDg Lucy Eacott ud D. Mir
anda appear In Bvt MAanaamo as "Julia" and
"Bartram," with Mrs. Vauderen as "Ateg Merrlllee."
TbeafterDleoe lathe Scotch drama of Tn. w.ryww
or tbs Gts. ....
Surra nn Nixon's Hau Wauih'a beau
tiful Mirror of Italy will be exhibited at this estab
lishment to-day, both In the afternoon and
Fcisbal or Cfaslss S. Coorst. The fu
neral of Charles 8. Cooper took place yesterday
afternoon from the residence of a lady friend
on Filth-street, his remains being followed by
the members of his profession and a number of
journalists in prooession, with music, to the
uoun-sireet uemetery, where the body was
temporarily piaoea m a vault.
At a meeting of the Printers of Cincinnati.
held after the conclusion of the funeral servioes,
to pay respect to the memory of Chsrles S.
Cooper, deceased, a member of the craft, the
following resolutions were adopted: - .
Hmolnid, That in the death of Bro Cooper
the craft has lost one of its most honorable
members, and the oommunity one of its most
upright oltitens.: ,
Kewivta, mat, in ail our intercourse with
the deceased, we found him to be, in all re
spects, aa agreeable associate, whose society
was of the most desirable kind possessing a
kind heart and an unselfish disposition and
we feel that his departure from among us has
left a vacancy not easily filled.
KtHlved, That we deeply sympathise with
his absent relatives, and trust that the All
wise Creator will enable them to bear this af
fliotion with Christian resignation. .
Rttomi, That the above resolutions be pub
lished in the dally papers of Cincinnati, and
tnat a oopy ne lorwaraea to tne relatives of
tne deceased.
Mshoit vstscs Politics Hirst Olat Mib-
taibm ron Annssw Jacksoh. The early edu
cation At individuals, notn ia religion and
politics, very often become, ss it were, a part
of their nature, and they carry the polltlosl
loves of their youth ever with them, into their
business, and sometimes Into their tombs. A
circumstance illustrative of the effect of early
training oi this kind, occurred a day or two
A gentleman who wished to make a present
to a little girl determined to give her a butter-
knife, and for this purpose, after purchasing
a very beautiful one, took it to an engraver
to have the initials of her name intoribed
npon it. The men were friends one of them
a Jackson Democrat, and the other an old line
Whig both as firm In their opinions as "the
hills that look eternal."
When, therefore, the knife was given to the
engraver, he waa requested to remember that
tne initials were a. j., and to impress the fact
upon nia mum as wm leminaeu tnas tuey
were tne same as tnese or Andrew Jackson,
The artist, however, was full of bis favorite,
and when the knife was called for the owner
was surprised to find that his directions had
been mysteriously mistaken, and the name of
iienry uiay was was carved npon It in beauti
ful letters that almost covered the blade,
When the error was disooveied, the friends,
sympathising with each other, seemed to emoy
it Immensely. The butter-knife was presented
to a son of the engraver, named after the
statesmen of Kentuoky, and a new one was
purchased for the child of the devoted admirer
of the hero or new Orleans.
"Aids" to ths Govbbioe. Governor Ma
goffin hu, since his installment Into office,
been so lavish In distributing military honors
among his friends that the offloe of "Aid to the
Governor, witn tne ranit or Uoionei," now
honors nearly every men of any prominence
In the State. Relying on the good humor of
tne governor some one circulated tne report in
Frankfort that he had distributed circulars to
bis friends throughout the State, requesting
them to report if there were any persons in their
neignnornooo wno nau not yet received tne
title, and if to. to give their names, as he
wished to be perfectly impartial la his distri
butions of favors, whereupon Mr. Rust, mem
ber of the Senate and a polltcal friend of the
Governors, arose in nis place and onered the
following resolution t
- Rttohtd, That the Committee on Military
Affairs be instructed to report to the Benale,
on ths 23d of February, 1809, at 11 o'clook,
A. M., a bill, limiting his Exoelloney, the Gov
ernor of this Commonwealth, in the appoint-
ment of his "aids" to a number not exceeding
thirty thousand Colonels, exclusive of Majors,
Ac, and providing that the balanoe of the olt
itens of this State, subject to military duty,
shall be reserved to fill the rank and file, and
perform duty as private soldiers.
Tbs Senate refused to suspend the rules, and
consequently no vote oould b taken on the
resolution. , ' ' .
polios uouiT. tab following eases were
tried In the Police Court yesterday:
jonn xtunn, ror disorderly conauot, fined
Patrick Girty, for drunkenness, noed IS 75
Ju. Moore, for vagrancy, sent to Jail for
twenty days.-.- ,
Andy . .Ferguson, for drunkenness, fined
$2 W. .. ,
HoHota to a Cnissi or Ohio. Col. Robert
T. Neel, one of the Aids to Governor Dsnnison
having occasion to visit r'rankfort, was es
sotted to the State-house by numerous friends,
and on motion of Mr. Fisk. of this olty.was
invited to a seat on the floor of the Senate
during his stay. - " .
Watss-wos is. We understand that Mr,
Phllins and others, of Cincinnati, have pro-
posed to supply this city with water, charging
Cincinnati prloea to private Individuals, and
furnishing all that is needed for publlo pur
poses iree oi expense.
Local LieisLATioH The following bills
have been introduced Into the Honse of Rep
reseniatlvM by Col. Hodge, member from this
A bill for the benefit of the poor in Camp,
bell County. Passed. ' .
Same A bill to empower the Newport and
Lioklng Turnpike and Plank Road Company
to borrow money. Passed.
Sams A bill to Incorporate the Newport
anauoviogton vraterworuuompany. Massed
name a Din for tne nenent or J onn r. J ecu
ton, of Campbell County. 1 ' -
Auditor authorised to draw his warrant on
the Treasury in favor of said Jackson for $30 60
Passed.! ; . . . .
It will be observed that the charter of the
Water Works Company hu passed the House.
and there is ne doubt but it will speedily pass
tne Donate, this aone, nut one tmng will
remain, and that Is to raise the small sun
necessary to put the works In operation, whioh
is oniy a minor matter. . -,
CinoriT Coosr The whale of yesterday was
consumed in trying the ease of Ware's Exe
cutors, vs. we, Detnc an notion ef ejectment,
brought for the recovery of about eleven acres
of land, on Four-mile Creek, valued at nine
dollars per acre. Six able lawyers are em
ployed in the case, and the legitimate eosts
win pronaoiy ne ovo. At will close to-day,
Indictments - were found against NlcholM
Falks and Morgan Hammond, from Morgan
County, oharged with - passing counterfeit
monev. They will be tried on Saturday. Ths
urea a wnry nave not yet oeen oucnarged.
Kate A. Jennings vs. Wm. Owens til John
BUaMaUtitfo Mcfleeva th. in.-Tb. peti
tioner, alleged ihey were aaeaultad aod Imprisoned
without ju.t cause, in the Bremea-stiret Station
nouse, by the deleDdanta. Demurrers to the petltloua
were overruled by Judge Btorer.
Cam IMA L Sinn. Cornelia. Mh mijA In.
dieted for an awault on Peter Zinn at th. last Octo
bereleotlon in Delhi Townihlp. The affair ocenmd
at the polls. It was staled tnat defendant Imputed
Black Bepublicanltm to Zinn, and wed insulting
9e0,,ev. The teitlmony wu in some reepecta
oonnktlng as to who itrock the Arl blow. Th. iur.
louoo aerenuant guilty of ataault and battery.
Civil. oinB.-tJonteit of a Wlll.-Joh H. Mean
and other. ... u. B Merer, and others.-Thls Isa
tria before Judge Oolllu. to conteet th. validity of a
Vv 111 axeedted br John MUr. k. aia i ,.u ' i.
claimed tbat at th. time the Will waa made, the tes
tator was not legally competent to make it; also,
that undne influence was exerted by interested pat-
The Ohio oonUnued to fall slowly at this
port yesterday, and last evening there was about nine
and a half foot benoe to Louiivllle. The weather
was damp and chilly yesterd.y until evening when
rain began railing, succeeded by soma moist snow,
which covered Iheearth bat very soon melted.
The offerings of freight at the Lauding yesterday
were very good for the lower porta, but lor upper
,uu ion nua were as follows:
l'lttaburg-4Jotton. 74o.: Molsaaes. 7So. Whisky,
.: Flour. X9e.: Fork and lrA . vnnA
relghts. uXQUo. per 100 lbs.
Nashville Vvhiakv. n.rhrl.. W- 11- kAm V... A
Frelghta, siM0o. pVr fob lbi: 1 ' -"' "- "
St. Louia-H-avy Pound Freights, JSC. per 100 lb.
Whisky and Oil, too. per brl.; Btovee, 2oo.; Ale, SOo
per brl, , , ,
Avanavn ie wnisay ana uii.eoc. per brl.
talro Whhkr and nil. Mn m- ki . tl ...
Freights, o. pS;ii)oTbe. ' ' " """"
NavOfImt,, Whl.k-MnA nilM..li... n-.-.
Apples, 4o goo.t Pork, SM.; Bacon in hhds. xo.: and
other Pound Freights, J035o. per 100 It.; Keg Lard,
J0c. Horses, 110 per head, " '
AaaiVAlJl.-TAlA.ranli. Tnt.vlllM. B W..I
leon; Melrose, AlaT.vlllei Boeton'a. Portaaioiitlu
Boitoo, Big Sandy; Dualeith, Neville.
var.axuaBa. A.iwrapu, J
Maysville: Prloreea, Madison;
LouUvllle: Melrose,
Bostona. Portsmonlh
unarner. a.anawna:
Ohio Belie, New Orleans: Lib.
arty, Wheeling. .
Monetary and Commercial.
The only feature that altered in financial
circles yesterday was New Orleans Bight Exohange,
wh'ch d.cllndl!4, par and Xprem. having become
the buying and selling rate.
Money was still In good demand, though easy at
10112 pur cent, at the Dlsoount-house. to rood cm.
totuers. ...
, Kwtern Kxchsnga was a little Irregular, soma
dealers giving but and others iSXSMa. for acoen.
table checks: all selling at H prem.
lu Ocln, Uncurrent Money and Time-bills there
was no change.
Flour was dull yesterdiy, tha buoyanoy of Monday
aavin uuapiiraruu. vfuiaaywas ateaay ana m lair
demand. Orocerie. war. firm, and Drain, (malt-rut
Bulk Meats ruled a trifle higher, but in Provisions
generally not much was doing.
The Imports and Bxpotts ot various articles tor the
twenty-four hours ending yesterday noon, were:
InroBTS. ApplesvTO barreli; Barley, 1.JS7 bushels;
Butter, 61 kexs; Corn, I,M bushels; Cheese, SI
boxes; Coffee, 70 bags: Flour, 2,867 barrel.; Hay.SH
bales; Bogs, 8 head: Lard, 145 barrels and 343 keg.;
WU.BOMVM, 1,1 'I.-, iU 1U VIVU.IIl UW. I,W,
bushels; Pork and Bacon, 10 hhds., S brls.. S04.41S
ids.; roiatoos, tie Darren; nug.r, c Dude.; Wheat,
,t: bushels; Wbliky 1,724 barrels.
KIK1H.-ABDM. 109 barren: HnttAi. mi kwii
Candles. 490 boxes; Cheese, 270 boxes; Coffee, 4M
bags; flour, 145 barrels; Ltrd, lot kegs; Molasses,
441 barrels; Oats, 2,271 bushels; Pork and Bacon, 14S
nuus., vo tierces, ui Darren; rotaroes, 140 oarreis.
Sugar, US hhds.; Salt, 71 barrels; Whisky, 1,377 brls;
The annexed is a comparative statement of theim
ports of Foreign Dry Goods at Mew York for the
week and since January 1 1
Vn, the week
Entered at the port
Thrown on market....
41,439,2)3 $3,414,078 J5,,114.693
,. aH,737 MSt, . 1,439,618
Total for the week $2,028,055 $3,905,577 13,964,310
Hlnce January 1.
Entered at the port $9,004,460 23,109,871$24,W7,19
Thrown on Market 11,033,416 29,013,439 28,321,479
Monday's Tribune says of Saturday's Money mat'
tors In Mew Tork:
There Is a fair demand for Honey In business cir
cles, but the supply is abundant. On demand on
nrivat. collateral, the aurjnly is abundant at 6(216 uer
oent. The bnslneis in the Discount-houses is mode
rate, and rates are unchanged. Hlxty-day accept
ances of leading names go at 63X per cent., and
four ana six mourns- paper at ? per oent. ins
somewhat Increased activity In loans is doubtleu
due to the demand for money for payment, on the
new loan atthe Bub-Treaiuiy. . .... -,.
Meeara. Thompson Brothers say Land Warrants
are moderately active In New Tork, with an advanoe
In some sixes. They quoted on Saturday as follows:
' Buying. Belling.
40-aere Warrants, per acre., $100 $110
80 acre Warrants, per acre......,....u S3 90
120-acre Warrants, par aore........ 70 73
160-acre Warrauts, per 70 73
r,nTTR The mark.t was dull to-day. and a aood
feal of that buoyanoy noticed yesterday disappeared,
he sales were 900 barrels, at 15 to for superone, and
$i 75 for extra, part of it family.
3 JO ICIBjlUhnVtVI .1.1U1IJ.
WHISKY The market is steady, and the demand
fair: aalea of 900 barrels at XHQXXo., the latter rate
for wagon.
PBOVISION8 There waa an active demand for
bulk Meats to-day and prices ruled a shade higher,
holders generally asking 6H and Ho. At the close
Bides in bulk advanced to 10c. Mess Pork dull but
firm, first class couutry brands were offered at $17 50,
and city, to a limited exteut, at $17 76, buj we did
not hear of a sale. Lard was held at lOKc as here
tofore, but the ODlysalewe heard of was 200 barrels
choice, on an order, at lOXo. There is a fair demand
at lotto. Nothing transpired in Bacon: it is held
flrmly at 7 and 9o., and no. lor snouiders, maes
and olear Hides. The sales were 400,000 pounds bulk
Meats, at 6 60 lor shoulders; 8HoKo.for Bides, the
latter rate for heavy Bides, and 10c. for clear Sides.
uuuunriiaB A nir aemanu lor sugar ai run
nrlceat-salea of 60 hhds. at 75tfdW94o. Molaseee
steady at 44c. Coffee in moderate demand at 12 13c.,
and the market ttrm.
WHEAT -There Is but little doing, and holders
generally have withdrawn their stocks from the
maraet, neing unwilling w sen at toe quoiauoos.
Wa quote prices nominal at $1 Svl 83 for prime
white, and $1 21 W for prime red.
OOKN Ear Corn It steady, with a fa r demand at
4849c., in bulk. There is a good deal of Shelled
uorn ouanng, sua me maraet is uuu at oagaooo. in
OATS The market Is Arm, with a good demand
at 4748. in bulk: sales of 600 bushels, from store,
at eoo , and 800 do. in saaks, at 480.
KYI in. market is unchanged and dull, we
quote it at, 96o. -
DABLEY The demand continues fair, and prloea
steady at tSQeso. for prime fall, and 68g)63o. for lair
In fond.
HAT The market Is Arm, with a good demand
$19 per tun, for prime Timothy, on arrival.
CHEESE There is a fair demand at 9Hc. for
choice shipping lots, and llo. for English Dally: sales
of 200 boxes Weitern Reserve at 9io. .
BUTTEB The market is dull and heavy, and
prices bar declines, lo. per pnuna. we quote uen
trnl nhln at 12riAI4a.. and WMtain RMarve at 160.
APPLEUTnere is a good local and export de
mand, and prices are firm at 2J($3 60 per barrel,
ior tair to cuoice.
POTATOES Tha mark.t la firm, with a rood da.
manu at 2 per oarr.1, ior prima Aonnern.
fit. OVER HEED Tha market la dull and heavy.
Wa quota prime to choice at $4 604 66 ia barrels!
.a a. oi 7. oarrai. aooa a. a. ot: m uo. Driina
$4 60; 60 sacks do. si $4 (3, and 20 barrels ohoice
Nsw loss Maubt, February 14-P. M.-Asbes
era unohannd: sales of 60 barrels, at $5 25 for Pots,
and 5 ?7M for Pearls. Cotton steady and unchanged:
sales of 1,200 bales at UHc for middling Uplands,
inoludlng 000 balss In transit, flour la a shade easl
.r. with a modarat hmlnaia doing for homBOOn
nmwtlAn. anH wirtt. Ilttla ananillatlv.' InnBlrV! BBlaS
oi o.aju oam, at soese lu ior aupernue dwm m
Western; $ urn 40 for common to meutum "ttra
Waalarn; $5 XVjpS 40 for extra Bute, ahlefly at $6
for good brands, and $3 755 96 for shipping brands
extra round-hoop Ohio the market closing Quiet,
Canadian flour dull and ua.bBBgedi sales of
barrels, at 5 iomt 76 lor i
.am r. Mnmmnn in nnnira T,r.
Bye flour is ssTling slowly at $3 704 40. Buck.
J a rionr i
oat flour
wboat flour lower, and prtcaa lavor tne Buyers: eaia
at$l MKiai 73percwt. Corn Meal dull nd daclln
iugi aalea of ISO ban els Jersey tt 13 60.
Whlskr dull
IU 1
ri-rllnlna, ..la. nf KM1 barrel, at 24HHhMHC.
No ehance in Wbaat. and tha drmand Is connoed
supplying ths pressing wants of local milling: sales
of 400 bushels fair Canada white at $1 40 Bye dull!
sales at 860870., at tha Railroad Depot. Barley
less active demand, but price, are unchanged: sales
of 6.900 bushels, at about 78e. for good four-rowed
State, end 6c. for Inferior two-rowel Corn in mod-
rate request at unohanged priees: sale, of 17,600
ushele, at 78o for new white and yellow. Oats only
lo vary moderate request, at 444SXo. for Bute,
Western and Canadian. Pork la without special
chance while the demand Ie moderate: sales of
barrels, at $17 6u for old messt $18 KH for new mess;
fiotjoie ior wee tern, ana en ror oonnirx ,
mm: SiaS7K far old nrlma. and SI4 SO for
$liAu 26 for Weetorn, and $17 for coantrx prima
ices; Bixir ior oiu prima, ana it ou 11
prime. Beef Brm.r: sal m of 400 barr.ia, at
rime, neei nrmen saiaeoi wu oarria,a. aay.
iur oDQ.irr pnoi.; ai w ov iur wuum aw,
tlO for repacked mess; 11112 for extra mess. Beef
ama firmer: sales of 600 barrels Western at $13, and
new Is held at $16 6OA1S. Prime mesa Beef firm
flAI9: India mass is quoted at $19021, and India
$77 Wast. Dressed Hogs quiet, at 78c. for West
ern. Out Meats very firm) sales of 150 packages,
7e97Mo.forBhoulden.and 9M9Xo. for Hams.
000 flrmen tales of 450 boxes, at 8Mb, tor Western
OumbarlBBd Middles; M4loo. for long and short
ribbed, aad 100. for eity Tong-clsan Middles. Lard
laflrmt saleaof lt6barrelsatlle)llMo. Butter plenty
and dull, at ll15o. for Ohio, andjtdtaoe. fbr Btate.
Cheese steady at 99UMC. The Ooffie market for
la Arm, but not very aotlve, oonssquent on the ad
vanced pretensions of holders: sales of 1,100 hags
at 13M(B12Mo. Molasssa steady: sales of 10 hhda.
Muscovado at 27A28C, and 826 hhda. clayed Cuba,
private terms. Sugar Ann: aalea of SOO barrel, ehtba
at 7j4e?Mc, en 100 boxas Havana, on private terms,
' PariABBLniA Maxat, T.bruary M-M. rionr
firm: aalea at $6 2)i$S. Wheat is active: aalea
SI 4001 60 for white, and II ISA1 96 tut red. Corn
ull: aalsa or yellow at 7OA7S0, Lard steady. Whisky
has adrahoed lei sales afI5c. , . , ,
, :. vJ ' - ml .Ui:-
BABD. atTrada Sale-room.. No. U Wevt fifth.
street, np .trtra. HookB at AuoUon.-On THBRH.
EvainiBUi rabnmr 14. at f o'clock, will be
BOld bVCat.lA.MA - Lmamr nln.U. il.- 1
standard wot ka la liurature and science, comnrUlng
some rare and meay value hi. work., sane olwhieh
araui uD.au.u.o aaiuvna; aavarai-volnsaseof the
llinatratea t,ouaun li.w.. go. . ,
N. B. Catalogues will ba aahfhMui' an Thtraitar
i no boobs are now open r eiamluatkm.
fel6b B.O. HIIBDABD, AuoUoneer.
, BngnlreraadTlmwcopy,!
8HEAK8 A CO.-ijalee-rooma Vos. 67 and AS '
Maln-slreot Beanlar Bale of Orocerlat Ol.awara.
Ao.at Auc'lon M will sell, on WkDNKnDAT '
MOBNINQ, V.b. 13, at 9 o'clock, at the salea-rooms.
Noe. 67 and 19 Main-street, a ioeral aaNrtmaater
Oroceries, oonsi.ting of 100 Ixgs eofi, to bhda.
sugar, 5U brls. molasses, IS boxes pounds and Area
ALHU rapsr, glassware, nails, rope, caaa
wooden ware, viuear, matches, smoking tons
soda, beiioords, twine.
tacones. unw
ound sploea,
wine, gvouna sploea, inaigo, tea
cigars, o. iieiei
A CO. Sales-room No. IS Kaat Tourtb-ttreet.
Betail stock of Dry Goods. On WBDNIoDAT
ui ii miin . l . . . . . . i i i i.
BODfliuv, r ouiiuti j to... nau-p. a, mioo w siura.
atour store, No. IS Kaat Toorlh-etreet, will be sold
a stock of Dry Qooda, which will be found folalsee,
barages, delblque, plaids, meriaoes.eawlmeTS, jeans, :
glovas, button., tape, brado., trimming., under '
sleeves, Jackets, hoout, Ac., to be sold in lots to salt
purchasers. ,
nil ' jsuub ussrr, nuonoaeer.
The Vacation Polka..........,.M.Prlo. 30 cents.
The Kentucky Girl.' Polka.,....Prlce M cents.
Tne roreat uoa Bcnottuch........r'no ie oenta.
The above have nandsomelv-lllustratwl tltle-nagea.
fc ' . ' ' Ho.esWest roarth-atnet. ' !
. Oraat sacrifio. ef .nwa.
tons .Violoncellos
roent. laea than anv
Pianos, Melodeon.
Violins. Onltara. Ban
mlugs, Ac, during
sewing enou per
other Bousa in this city, and trst-class Inatrnmania
at that. Do aot buy
called at No. 227 II
sa Inatrument until yew bar.
lfth-street, socqnd door Beat of
, 1UU1, D-'U.U MUD. ' W.AAMW . VJ-V.,
Piano Makers, and Dealers la first-class Instru
ments. - aesiBi
at last jut what thaLadiea hava leng needee
and looked for In vain, tha Uterine Xlixir.
The Uterine Elixir ia warranted to cure ell die
eaaee of a Uterine Natural Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovaries, and the Urethra,
Prolapsus or Vail ing of the Womb, rainful Menstrn '
ation, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect cure
la gaarranteed by the nte of from two to live bottles
of the Elixir, of any dhmue whatever of the Gener
ative and Urinary Organs, of male or female, no
matter of how longstanding. Price $1 per Bottle,
Madame KLLItTonlla particular attention to the
following Card of one of the most prominent Drug
gists of Cincinnati. .
We, the undersigned, are not In the habit of giving
our name to Patent Medicine.; but knowing well tha
Lady Physician, and tbemedlclne called the Uterine
Slixlr, we cheerfully recommend it to all females 1
suffering from Female Diaeasee of any kind; it Is
purely vegetable, and In no case can do Injury; we
say to all try, and onr word for it, you will raid ie
tiof. P. D.BILL, Drags 1st,
geptt ' "Oorner of fifth and Baoe-etn ets." .
curat, without fail, pains in tha Breast, Back,
Bide or Limbs: Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness. DIM-
culty of Breathing, Headache, flatulency, Heart
burn, Chronic Bheumatlem, Bullous Uholie, Cramp
Choliav Griping Pains or ths Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor. Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and 1m Pain
ful Menstruation It ia a certain cure, an gtvt
Immediate relief. In any of the above dlaeasiai
It will give relief In twenty minutes, and a perma
nent aura by the nseof two bottles. OnlyMoeocs
per bottle so cheap that every person can get It.
N. B. For sale by W. D. BILL, Druggist, eonuv
of Bace and Fifth-etreetajL J, D. PARK, corner uf
Fonnh and Walnut; BUIBIC. K0K8TEIN A Co.,
oorn-vTine and Fourth: JOllN DICK BON, corner
of John and Sixth; PAUL BBINLEIN, corner ol
Eighth and freeman. Also, XDWABD BOANLAN
4 00., corner of Main and fourth; and Madame
RM.Tp, 144 West Blxth-street. sepTf-ay
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
next to Smith A Nixon's Hall, Cln.innatt,
Ohio. A splendid Olft, worth from 60 oenta to $100,
will be given with every book for which we receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
Gift oanalst of Gold and Blver Watobss, Ladles'
Solid Gold Ohalns, splendid set of Jewelry, fine Gold
Bracelets, Gents' Gold Vost-ehains,and a large va
riety of other articles of rich Jewelry, worth from
60 oenta to 109. .
Ladies and xentlemeu are respectfully Invited to
call and examiae our stock.
Publisher and Oift Bookseller,
poll tf ' ' No. 18 West Fourth-street.
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Or every description, whloh I am selling at a small
advanoe on New Xerk prises, wholesale and retail.
J. WEBB, Jr.,
B04 ' ,t AA f tfth-etreet. bet, Baca and Elm. 1
Free from Offensive Odor, at
Walnut-street, uincinnau.u.
TT AL with any manufacturing es tabliahment
"sap Wewarrant our Oils to bs equal, If not supe
rior, to anjtn the market. ' , ...
call and exanf lne for themselvee.
awe- Bo persons ordering from a dlstanee, satis-
m.Miti , mu! In all cases. Addrese ; .
4J. R HAMKIN, Asent, er
A. a. IIODOK5, Treasmrer, .
, Kanawha 0. 0. M. Oil Man. Co.,
dett - 97 Walnut-street, Cincinnati. '
OBAVlNGand Light Machine Works to the large
and elegant building - ,..
No. 64 West Foarth-strect,
Between Wmlant and vine. Third Flonr.
If von wan t any kind of light MACHINIST nude or
""Aii'U. r.ITANB.J..
Cincinnati Fuel Co.,
Cannel Coalsri
, .. , Delivered at tha lowest soark.t rates. V,
, r Orders solicited sad promptly' executed. '
febeam ; 1 ' i i W. M. HCBBILL, Bacretarr.
t-i-t v.. -1,
JtaJitirn tni vriiolataie Denlw ,
V. .T.-'l .!'! -i : I I'M-. ' -i Vjlt
VT AT LA W.ChM Bull dlagi, 1 SXaat Third. .
LT executed at thlseBke.

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