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"WANTS," "FOB SALE." -fO UT,M"Ii08,"
"FOCI D," In torn oolnaan, occurring If Ubm
r Ian, two Insertioas.tWMity-eTeoenU.
WANTBD LADIE3'' ATTStfTIOJr I-
w V Three ladtea to ubtm for a m print.
Cell at Ho. 70 West Fourth-street, between II and 1
o'olook. , fegb
WAHXBO By a thorough practical En
gllih Farmer, who has had twenty rears'
experlenoe In America, the management of a large
farm or garden. Addrees H. N office of thia neper,
for one week. - - - ; . fallb
-WAMTJII)TliRBB QENTLEMEli To
, oaDTaia for a new print' OoaimlMion llb
No. W Wea fourta-streei, between
T and 9 A. M. and P. M. fib
ARTED-TXN 0 IT T 8-Every pee
belpe to 1U tb sack. Gall and fat good
llkenetafor tea cents, et JOHNSON'S Gallery, cor
ner of Ninth and Mala. falb
ANTEDA GIB L To do gcnaral
housework In a private family. Apply Im
mediately at BEWLXT'S Grocery, north-weet oor
ner of Fifth and Sycamore. fcub
WANTED TIN CBNT3-Thet solitary,
chtMleaa man should go to-day to JOHB-BON-H
Gallery, comer of Hlntb and Mala, fol6b
WANTED To supply merchants, botali
and othara gratis, with clerks, book-keepers,
salesmen, bar keepera, porters, aoopera, carpenter,
meehanice, laborer!. 4c, at the Merchants Clerks'
Realatry Office, 12a Walout'Stmt. . :
I. fcll-b' , HALB A CO.
WANTED A FURBISHED BOOH
With lira and light, with or without board,
for a lady and ohlld. Location must be oentral and
terini modarats. Payment In advance, If desirable.
Addreaa L. E. L., (Jlncinnatl Poaloffloe, for three
dayi. ) feleb
WANTED AN IBISH OIBL-To cook,
waah and Iron for a amall family.' Wagea 13
per week. None need apply naleaa oompetent. Uall
at No. 607 Weat f Ifth etreet. fel8h"
WANTED A KITCHEN GIBL-Of
aalet, tteady hablti. Unit ba good cock,
washer and ironer. lnitnira at Mr. BBOOKSU
Madlaon-atreet, Howport, Ky. lelBb
UTANTED-AU
pariong wiablnr hole.
w
ellker mala or female, to call at the Intelil.
genoa Offloe, No. 60 Eaat Tnlrd-ttreet, between B;o
more and Broadway. '
f18b B, K. HOI,TB,FroTiritor.
WANTED T 0 BEL L Tha P.Unt
to Bamllton Oonnty for a domeatlo article
Bead by every family In tha county. The proflteon
aaid ir'iele are 190 per cant., and reqnlrea trat HtHa
caplttl. Jor aartlculara call at W. B. PDBOIB'8,
Mo. 808 Weat Flfth-atreel. felTb
WANTED To trim tho aan of alt tho
terrier pupa In town In an parlor an)
tyla. Will keep them week If deitred,
we eiaoiea on Duruei'eireec, oetwaan
Vine and Bace and Third and fourth.
fel7b
WANTED SIX GIBiS-To bute fori,
aawing machine. Apply at Mo. M3 Cutter
treet. . Jel7b
WANTED GIRL To oook, wub and
u Iron in a-imall family. Inquire at No. 2m
Mound-itreet, between Ohaenat and Clark-itreet.
fub) . :
WANTED A BITUATION By young
n.i,i.J5!?'.t?, lnrn rrlae.trtmmlng. Addraea
TB1MMEB, thle office.. -- ... .... -7el7b ,
WANTED A laall Honae, with threa or
fonr roome Immediately. Addraai S. J.,
fel7b
WANTED IBON To bay for oub, eaat.
. .wrought and asrap iron. Call at H. LYONS
A OO.'S, oor. of Third and fcocktraeU, OlnolnnalL
. tfcleaw V -
WANTED A Garman Protaatant Girl, to
do waablng, ironing and general houaework
In a prlrata famllr. Good wagea given. Batlifartory
reference required. Call at Bo. 22 LoDgwcrth-itreet.
feUaw . .
FOB RENT.
FOB SALE A little Farm, of flfty-ona
acree, In Clermont County, Ohio, one and a
nau miles nonn-weat irom nataria. ana tnirty.nvi
milea from Cincinnati, on a aood conntv road.
Forty aorei are under eultiratlon, balance in timber,
well watered and fenced. There ia a comfortable
house, barn and orchard. Will be aoldfor f 1,300
aow aown, naianee in one ana two jr are.
ALSO An excellent little Farm, of forty-one
acrea, pletuantly iltnatad In Clermont Oonnty, Ohio,
one mile from Felicity, three mtlea from the Ohio
Hirer, at Obilo, and thlrty-flye miles from Cincin
nati. Thirty-two acrea are under aood cultivation.
well watered and fenosd. There la a neat frame
nouse or ore rooms, new barn , smoke-house, aneds,
ao., ana an excellent orcnara, au in nna oroer,
Will be sold low. ,
' SAMUEL: A. 8AB0ENT, ' .
No. t ApoUo Buildings, oor. Fifth and Walnut.
FOR BENT AND FOR 8ALB-A imaU
Confectionery, now doing a good builneii, in
the beat location in thla olty. Bent oheap. The
atock and fixtures for sale low for cash
Inquire on
the premises, Ho. lot Vine-street,
F
0B BENT A deatrablo furnished Boom,
fronting on Elm-street. . Annlr on tha north.
east corner of Fourth and Elm. , fel7u
' jOR BENT Term reasonable, one Tory
. handsomely aitoated Brick Bouse, of aeren
rooms and two cellars, No. 112 Mllton-atreet- Poe
aesalon 20tb inat. Also three rooms and cellar a
Mo. 13 Milton-street. Inanire of XLIJAU SLACK.
I. ml, . . i ....La '
pi. rrugpeut qui mifciagB, jual SUPVB. lewir-
"jlOB KENT A front Boom, down itairf,
M to a man and wife, with or without board.
xwo or mrea gins can nare noara low. Aoarei
Mrs. A. B., at thla office. fe!7b
1?I0B . BENT BOOMS Either furnished
JaV or unfurnished, with or without board. In.
autre at south-east corner of Race and Third. fel6b
FOB BEN T Largs and wall-lighted
Booms, with power. Apply to W. W. H AMC3
a w., corner oi ueairai-arenua ana uoiumoia-sts.
lieieaw)
FOB SALE.
FOB SALE An Engineer's TRANSIT
an ezcellant instrument, nearly new. of Staok.
pole A Bro., M. T., manufacture. Inquire of H. 8.
i'liUOB, Bontbgate Uonae, Uinolnnatl. felM
BOARDING.
BOARDING A light, pleasant furnished
room, with board, in a private family, for a
couple of gentlemen, or gentleman and lady, at Mo.
41 West Court-street, near John, convenient to bul.
ness In the westera part of the city. ,
feiab
BOARDING On or two gentlemen oan
be aocommodated with a neatly. fnrnlshfd front
sleeping room, with gas and privilege of batb, by
applying at Mo. lit Lougwortu-stieet, between
nouHu aim. ... iid-
OABDING A-few gentlemen oan obtain
pieaaant rooms and board at Mo. 161 Plnm-
streei. aiso a lew oay-Doaraera wantea. renD"
B OABDING Four or five young
be accommodated With board ana 1
men em
lodalnsr at
xi o. am wesi rum-aireei. a lew more aay-ooara
en oan also be accommodated. Iel7b
LOST.
T OS T GOLD SPE0TA0LES On Wednaa
uhj nvvuiDg. aeuruary '"i111 nvlua ivuna iuv
aqnare bounded by Main and Sycamore and Fourth
and Flftb-streeta, a pair of Gold Fpertaclea, oral
glarnea. The finder will be anltably rewarded by
leaving mem as wia omoa. miv
MUSICAL.
tflOLD MEDAL PIANOS THE BEST IN
AMIRTOA. Stack A Ornne'a
(of Ne Tork) powerful toned doable
rand-action Concert Pianos, pro
nonnoed by Lleti, Tnalberg and oth.
er treat artists the beat in existence.
We will sell lower for oash than any other dealer In
tha city. Pianos and Melodeona tuned and repaired
thoroughly. Pianoa to let at from to to fit per quar
ter. Muiloal Instrumenta telling, at balf-prlcee.
Don't buraor rent a Piano until you hare called and
examined tne aoove. . , .
. BBITTIMO BBS., Sols Agents. '
t " , . Piano Dealera and Makera,
lit Mo. W Weat Flfih-st., near Plum
felt
MVMAV.
. , ! - '
If-
TBB MAS0NI0 QUJOKSTEP, PB101
'0 oents. , . (,...,,.,'
TheTaeatloa Fo1ka..........
The aeninoy airls' Polke.....FrIoe to oenti.
Tho Forest Boaa 8ohottlche.........Prloe lOeenta,
1 ha above have handsomelv-lllnttrated title-peg ea.
. . - juiis VHuiaun, jr
feg .'; . v J- - Mo. M West Foorth-stree.
AUCTION BALES
iUCTIOK SALE-BI . BRA
A SHI ABd A OO.-Balea-rooma. ST and M Main.
street.-Grooerles, c , at A notion.-We will sell, on
narnRD AT MORMIMO. Febraary la. at aw a'eloak.
alfioe. Wend N Mein-etreet, general ewortment
of urooenea. so., ooasuupg sugar, xu-, teaa,
moiawes, epioee, snap, vmowmj svjpv. .wine, '
AArdu.e. emoklna aad oaewina tobacoo. ..
glaMware, tnba, waabbearda, nails, elrere, ..
glaaa,' aroand splees, batting, mackerel, boat, at
monsei uaeoawara, do.. In lota te suit nrahaaera.
fei; . r v. oaJLanKAHo uu Aneuonaerai.
aTIBEAM , CUKE3E-JU8T RECEIVED,
x aaska vary superior uream uneeae, rot aaie,
wholesale ana retail, cy
7eU i MaaBranoh Store t Weat Four la-tt
.ill "l.'.l-x ( ." I'
". . A T,;.- r'OCl' K .
T H E P li E S O .
SATtJltDAT,
.VSBADAltT IS
CITY NEWS.
AiiAia's'xrisss COafPAT.-To Adams's
Egpress Company w continue to be ladabted
for. Xaitera an 4 other p&psrs, always In
adyenoe of the maQ. . ; 4'
. S) 1 1 iy .
KmotouwiOAi. Obsssvavioss Br Benr
Ware, Optician, Ko. f West Kourth-itmt,
lebntary IT:.. . . ...t.v
O'00- Barometer. , , Thermometer.
I m" - .-..29,49 .-. Above aero 20
Ua9ramMjt,." . Above sero-M
f 1 W.13 , AboT sara 3t
Lmua DnilliD m viniii Pnaviaa
February lit ,: .
miss iaura B. seal, new Tort city, i i ,,
MlesEllenThrelkeed. Vleelie,Iy,
Mr. T. Wright, Stamibrd, Ky,
John A. Browne, Logan, Ohio, ' '
0. i. Carrie, Marietta, Ohio, . .
Henry D. Davis, Fulton, Ohio.
Lion RlADiio S. W. Peaaa t Co.. No. 98
'Weit Blxth-itreet, have reoeiyad tho Now
Tork Bom- Journal, Haryar't Wtekly, Frank
Lmlit and Ltdgtr tor this week. ,s . , ;;
r
.
HoM'g All Tho reader'g tttenUon li
naked to tho adrortiiement of Mr. Homo, on
tho leeond page. Bit "Light Miuvy Ala"
hu already acaalred a wlda reputation.
H. k M. 0ttii8. Thli brand of Balti
more oystori . ia familiar to oor cltiieniaa
household word. - They oan ba had (it Robert
Orr!, No. 11 Weat Fifth, together with other
ielioaciea of Eastern Importation. . . If yoa
want tho boat, in market, go to No. 11 Weat
Fifth-itreot. -
Cataoha'b. Our oltiieng. when in want of
lopero oyiteri, oan be suited, undoubtedly, at
CaTagna'i, No. 81 Weat Fifth-atreot. He
nayer ratli in rendonnc entire latlafaotlon to
those who faror him with a call. Go and pur
ohaao a ea, and jidgo of their oxoellent
qualities.
Cocit or Deaib. A Terr beautifnlohjomo-
HthogTaphie engrariog of thla grand eonoep
tton of Rembrandt Peale oan be aeen at Wis
well'a, on Foorth-atreet. One hundred thou
sand bars been: Issued, at one dollar. Inatead
of a limited number at ten dollars. Tha tints
are Tory lino, and are produced by nocseiire
printinga in oil oolors. It Is one of the finest
pesiment or Amenoan art.
LlOTOIl BlTOBI TBI Catholio IniTiTtni.
0. A. Marsorati, Esq from Aii-la-Chapelle,
wm oeiiTor a leoture to-morrow OTenins', be
fore the members of the Catholio Institute, at
metropolitan Hall, corner of Ninth and Wal
nut. The exercises, it la said, will be mora
than ordinarily Interesting, and the lecturer
will aoQpuess attract a large audience. ",
i -
i -
MnaidAt, Eaxiiiao av ' Pnai.in
Schools. The lest of the semi-annual exami:
nations of the classes In mmlo tt tho Pnblio
Bohools will take place on Monday afternoon.
from half-past one to , half-past fonr, at
the Second Intermediate and Third Dlstriet
Bohools, on Ellen-street, between Look and
Banm; The friends of the pupUs we earnestly
requested to attend. : .. , , r
I ' " " : i
PlOOHDIgflg Of TBI COOSTT CoMMISSIOPllJ.
At their regular aasiioo, yesterday morning.
the Oonnty Commissioners paesed orders
amounting in the aggregate to $127 83. A
eommunloation was also received from G,
Brashears, asking the County to grant a com
pany, of which he It a member, the privilege
of oonstruotinc a street-railroad irom Com'
minsvllle to a point on the Carthage Boad, of
the restaenoe oi Mr. aossi but no action was
taken npon it. ''r 1
ScrroatB Buioidi. Teiterday afternoon a
ooat ana oat, together wim some other aitt
eles of male wearitrg apparel, were fonnd npoa
tntMuuc oi tne nrer, in Btorrs Aowoship, and
the clroanistances surrounding them, although
nothing pcsltire Is known In regard to the
matter, seem to indioate that they had been
placed mere oy some one who afterward
threw himself into the water and was drowned,
The olothlng la In the hands of Constable
Sohnell, of Btorrs, and may be seen by any
persons yno nre missing trienai.
Death vboji mu Bit or a Cat. On Thnrs
day night of last week, a man named Stephen
Qamel, residing on Liberty-street near Syc
amore, being deprived of sleep by tbe noise of
some eats wnion occupied a room . im
mediately over his head, arose and went up
stairs for the purpose of driving them ont of
the house. - While attempting to do so one of
them lumped upon ana oil bis laoe and bands
very severely. The next day he was taken
quite in, bis tace ana need became swollen,
and, in spite of the endeavors of his physician,
he grew worse, and finally anoonsolous un
til yesterday, when he died from the effect of
the wounds the animal inflicted upon him.
AaaasT or ai Alliobd Swiidlib. Officer
Sohnyier, of the Thirteenth Ward polioe, ar
rested a man who calls himself Dr. William
Lawson, last evening, and confined him in
the Hammond-street Station-house, upon a
charge of obtaining money by false pretenses.
It appears that he met a colored woman, on
ner way irom cnieago to Cincinnati, a few days
ago, who made some inquiries of him in re
gard to obtaining a house In this city, and
agreed to. furnish her with one, provided she
gave him sufficient security. By this means
he obtained 850, and, npon his arrival, took
the woman to tbe Dumas House, where he left
ner; but nis navtng laiiea to snow nimseif
since, bis description was given to tbe offloer
who, as we have said, apprehended him yet
terday, and committed him to await an exam!
nation before J ndge Lowe.
Lola Moitsz'i Lsotcsi This Evsmiso.
The famous Lola Monte will lecture this
evening, at the Melodoon, on "John Bull at
Home," and will, doubtless, fill the hall to its
utmost capacity. Since her arrival here, her
energetio agent, Mr. H. Burr, has received let
ters inviting ner to lecture et Indianapolis,
Fort Wayne, Torre Haute, Chicago and vari
ous cities, in several of them before literary
societies. '
.. The Countess of Lsnifeldt is said, h the
best critics, to be particularly adapted to the
rostrum, and her lectures are represented as
strikingly original in manner, matter and
style and of highly magnetic properties. We
have no donbt she oea deliver a course here
to the great gratification of the community
and her own pecuniary advantages, especially
as sne nag never oeiore appeared as a isotur
ess before a Cincinnati auditory. -
-t , a .in I.,
Mscbakicb' aid Maiutaotdmu' Eiobabos,
The attendance at the regular dally meeting of
ine uooneaics- ana jnanuiaeturers' bi.tonaoge
j oe tetany morning wssmaon larger than usual,
and more then aa ordinary Interest was mani
fested in the proceedings. President Bnnyan
occupied the chair, and after the minutes of
the last proceedings had bsen read and ap
proved the following persons were elected to
membership: J.tna Insurance Osmpeny, pro
posed by Biakle, Guild k Co. - Hugh Glasgow,
carpenter and builder; J, 0. Shroyer, splce
mlus) proposed by Barrett and . MoBrlde.
wm. wooas m uo., wnite lead mannraoturersj
proposed oy mesiey uo. a. A. Conway,
palnterj proposed by Taylor k Faulkner. Olty
Insurance Company; proposed by R. B. Moore.
0. B. Dobell, furniture manufacturer; proposed
by Bird A Barrows.- Elmer k Forkner, iron
founders) proposed by A. U. Cook, i,
From our dally report It will be esen that
the number of the members of the Exchange
Is gradually on the increase, and as it is in an
excellent oondltloa financially, we donbt not
Its Influence upon the general business of the
city will soon be flt to aa .extent which will
surprise those who have not taken notion of
its transaetions' : T- f ' -T'r vr 'T"
The business brought before the Board yes
terday was not generally Interesting, and after
Mr. Hedges had announced that the Com
mittee en Law will offer their report to the
Exchange this morning the meeting adjourned.
Diabolical Attempt at Assassination—Malignant
Effort to Skeet an Editor.
One of the most dkbolleal and dastardlr
attempts at assassination that oooarred In
In
ere?
this oity, took plecs eteoinf before last
What the causes were which led to It, no eae,
aa yet, has been able to determine) and the
faet that It was a failuoj U only to be aserlbed
to elMantsUnoes orer srhloh the would-be
homicide coakt hereto eoBbroL -.- ,
The editorial room of the YolktblaU Is located
on the ground floor of the Oourt-house, on
mam-street, ana is ocoapisa solely by Stephen
Moliter. a separate rooan being provided for
the : remainder of the corps of. editors, in the
j . . i hi1 ,ir. .
raw wan in we name ouuuing. it is separaiea
from the office and composing; room by a par
tltion about seven feet high, and the wall is
bidden to nearly the same bight by the library
ofMr.U. fr, rr . v.,,
On Thursday svenlM. about seven o'clock, a
fiiitol was fired by some one' on the sidewalk
n front of the room, the ball passing through
the window and direotlv over the. editor's
chair, striking the look-ease and glancing
front this over the partition Into the composing-room.
Mr. Molinr hsj not occupied the
room for tome days, bit a light was in It at
the time, end tne of tye tuatkt of the office,
who, it appears, was mistaken for the editor.
Aa effort was made to discover the assassin,
but when the street wal reached he had dis
appeared, and every ekdeavor since has met
with the same fate,
of
to
Penny Presslings.
If a faroe be a tragedy aseaned. how In.
tensely fanny the refusal of an offer of mar
riage mast bel , - y .
A sporting man wonders, thouoh' much
is said in the Scriptures of Gabriel's trump.
that they neglect to state If it ever took a
trio. ( ' "(..:,
The phrase, "bliss of wedded life." is
said by a marriage hater to be the most iron-
loal in tne language. '. ,.
Our esshaneeg oontain many accounts of
death by matches. We hare known many
more lives result irom uem.
Levying olack mall giving a neero
shilling for carrying a letter to the Postoffice,
Talk of sensitive persons as we choose,
nothing Is so sensitive as the money market.
"Cotton Is King" has passed iato a pro
verb: but when we oonsider the array and
attire of fashionable women, we think the
phrase should be "Cotton is Queen."
No wonder fashionable ladles require so
many arssses: ror wnsnever tney put on
new dress they Immediately wear it out.
RsarLATioss rot Lsrr. The first day of
Lent, or Ash-Wednesday, the present year
iaus upon tne no. of February, tne anniver
sary of Washington's birth-day. Tha fol
lowing are the regulations fbs this season, of
fasting, whloh continues forty days and olosss
witn xiaster Sunday i
7. All parsons who have completed their
twenty-first year, and who are not exempted
irom me ooiigetion oi lasting oy sickness, de
bility, old age, hard labor, or for other well-
known reasons, are obliged to observe all the
days of Lent, Sundays excepted, aa fasting
nays. . - : '"- v
1. On those days but one full meal is al
lowed, wmeft should be taken about noon.
S. A cup of tea, coffee, er thin chocolate.
with a bit of bread or a cracker, may be taksn
In the morning; and collation, or food, not
more than the fourth cart of an ordinary meal.
or not exceeding eight ounces, tnej be eaten
in ne evening.
4. Warm fish Is not permitted at the colla
tion. ; l.i.V.--. ?
6. Abience front flesh-meat is enjoined on
all (be Wednesdays and Fridays of Lent, and
on the two Saturdays of the Ember,, and the
Holy Wesk. . ,.-.,. : ... ,w
o. ins nso oi nesn-meat is allowed, by dis
pensation, at every meal on Sundays, and at
one meal on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, with the exception of the two
Saturdays above named. ., ......
7. xnose exempt from fasting are allowed
the use of flesh-meat at every meal on tha
days on which it is allowed to others buton'oe.
8. Fun and flesh are not allowed on any
day of Lent at the same meal; oysters are
nsn. , ,, - ,
t. Eggs, milk, oheese and butter sen be
used without dlstinellon of davit bot abstln
enee from all these Is recommended on Good
Friday. .
Highway Rosssit, About eleven o'olook
last night, a man named John Hamilton was
knocked down, on Seventh-street, near Wal
nut, and robbed of a porte-monnaie oontainlng
petween nine ana ten aoitars, au ine money
he had about bin. at the time. The blow
seemed to have been dealt by a strong arm
whloh wielded a heavy slung-shot, and al
though quite a severe one, is not likely to
prove at all dangerous. Tho man resides on
Smith-street, and was accompanied thither
by some friends whom he met shortly after
the ooourrenoe, and who furnished us with
the facts.;- -M s -r n. :
SiaooLAn HALLnoiMATTosi. A nan In ibis ell
believes that he closely resembles Christ in
fsee and form, and also that he carries about
with him the mystic power of making every
person happy who but listens to hie platl-
tunes or louones nis garman ts. lie likewise
Eretends to euro the siok by the stroke of his
and, to ohange water into wine by mumbling
s few Incoherent sentences, and afterward
changing the vessels. Unlike his prototype,
However, ne is very fond of secular amuse
ments, and never falls to witness a theatrical
performance or an opera, to which ha oan
gain admission gratis; and although ba is
said to have no taste whatever, for the purpose
of gratifying his singular curiosity, in this
respeot, he besieges every one with whom he
comes in contact, ana win not be satisfied
nnlsst they aooompany him.
Tsi Wiatsss ad ths Wm. The weather
has bsen somewhat varied this week, but
rather cold, though pleasant. The city has
been somewhat dull commercially, as usual In
.the month of February; the wholsale houses
preparing lor tne spring traas. ine retail
merchants have been doing a very fair busi
ness, however, as they generally do at all
ssasons. '
The hotels have bsen tolerably filled with
strangers; but there have been enough to be
comfortable. . !
Amusements have been pretty well attended;
the Opera-house doing more than the theaters,
because more attractive in Its programme. A
number of balls. Including masquerades, have
tsxea piaoe, ana on tne wnoie tne week was
lively. ' j -
COVINGTON NEWS.
RiDMFTioit or Bobool Soaip. The amount
of mousy on hand belonging to the School
Fund being Insufficient to redeem all tbe out-
standisg scrip, a pro rata payment will be
made on the 16 th of March next, on all scrip
presented previous to that time. . Ail other
will remain unredeemed until more funds are
aoonmnlated.
' A TsACHsiCxAioiD with Assault aw Bat
rail. A few days sines, Mr. Lewis Richard
son, a school teaoher in South Covington, at
tempted to correct a lad named Harris, aged
about thirteen years, who had been gouty of
some Husoonauot, wnereupen tne tatter grew
boisterous, and s severe chastisement became
necessary. The boy was eoneuered, but his
mother was not. ' Bne had Blchardsoa arrest-
a second tints before Esq. Egglestoa to-day.
TatTTH BnAien mx Ficriot A Asriun
Nbsdsd. In endeavoring to picture a ease of
numan wretofleduess, , luiuoientiy vivia to.
startle,' there Is no oemslon for . the novelist to
tax his brain, and paint imaginary scenes; he
needs bat to write the plain, u Tern lined
truth, as developed In almost ever? eity of
ten tnonsana innenitanis, ana ne narrates a
tragedy whose JM is leAolent te mar, nay,
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obliterate every lingering love oi the great
eosMdy of life. ,
a oase er tnis kin nas recently oceurrea
this city.;, In ah obteure alley, in tene
ment suareely eapable of sheltering seine,
live two eiaoriy temaits, unit two daagaiers,
now arrived at womanhood, and namarous
other small children of both sex. Their
wretched hovel Is almost destitute of every
thing whloh might reasonably' be termed fur
niture,' aad notwithstanding7 the damp and
isscreeable ntasesDhsre. they nave lived
without fuel for enteral days; and a few loaves
bread Is all the provision tbe wretched ones
have been able to procure , during the same
period. : ''l ". "J -. .'i '-'
nuen misery, ir cos ansa te mote wnose
follies and frailties have produced tt, would be
tnppea ci nau us norrorsi tut suon. is not
ease, as generally, and In thia case par
ticularly, it is visited with double force upon
innocent omidren, wnose youthful aspirations,
hopes, and desires, are thus early blasted. ; '
bnouia our oity authorities assist such
wrstches as these, the subsistence furnished
would be Wasted upon vagrants who are fre
quenters of, such dens of infamy, aad ths
really deserving the childless wonld be left
suffer as If no relief had been granted. For
this reason, the hand of charity, otherwise so
liberal, is withheld in this Instance. Their
only substanoe is procured as the price of that
snamswnicn originally reduoed them to tbe
position they now oocapy. A portion of there
females have heretofore been inmates of our
Jails, but correction of this oharaoter, as is
usually the ease, entirely failed to work re-
lormauon.
The question naturally occurs, what can be
done in the matter? Shall the remaining chil
dren be permitted to continue with their
parents until they too shall follow In the foot
steps of their elder sisters, until their virtue
shall be sold by unnatural mothsrs for a price?
ne none not. ret the tail, where ts congre
gated all the villainy of tbe oounty, Is, not a
suitable receptacle for them; the poor-houaeg
filled with Inmates of the same character with
their own mothers, is little better. Besides,
the odium attached to both would adhere to
the unfortunate ones forever, and the stigma,
like the mark of Cain, would be ineffaceable.
An orphan asylum, one In which all friend
less and neglected children oan be gathered
together, educated and directed in Industrial
pursuits, is emphatically a nsoessity. In
almost every instance, ten years of mainten
ance in an asylum of this kind would save
that number of years of maintenance in the
jail at some future period. Ths numerous
vagrants who are now Aaotlue of the Polios
Court will, we think, fully sustain our asser
tion. In nothing oould the money of the be
nevolent be so profitably employed as in such
an enterprise, unoe organise such an institu
tion, aad its future advantages would forever
procure for it the assistanoe of the philan
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NEWPORT NEWS.
CiScdit CouaT Ymtshdat The day' was
chiefly consumed In deciding equity cases
end making ordsrs, and granting deorees.
ine uranu jury iouna indictments against
Barry Taylor and Austin T. Earle, for carry
ing concealed weapons, and against John
Cooper, Wm. Robinson and Geo. Bayer, for
grand larceny. Tha ball of tie three latter
was fixed at $500 each. . , , .
Fm RnfiRiD Governor Mscofiln has re
mitted the line of $00 imposed npon John
Hare, on Monday last, for keeping a tippling
home. Mr. Magoffin Is certainly a very ac
commodating man, . . .
RIVER NEWS.
The Ohio is still rising at this point, and all
the way down from Pittsburg. Here tbe awell for
the twentr-fonr boura endine last evenlnff wu about
eighteen inches, with eleven feet in the channel from
nare to uooisviiie, ana nearly sixteen met Mine tnat
city. The upper tributaries are still contributing
freely to the main stream.
The weather was raw and cold yesterday, (thongb
not frenlng) until evening, when tbe temperature
lowered and a sllnht rain fell,., At midnight the
weather waa still wet.
Business at tbe Landing was rather qalet yester
day; freights being scarcer than they hsd been for a
day or two prevloua. Those for the upper porta were
light, but those for Southern ports were more brisk.
mm e to cioae oi yaewroay were:
Pittsbnrc Cotton. Too.:' Molasses. fSc.! Whisky.
Mc.i Flour, 350.1 Pork and Lard, loo.) Pound
Frelghta, lajiffllldo, per 109 lbs.
nunvuie wniaay, per ori.,ooo.; Ale, mm,; round
Frelghta, ataka. per 100 lbs.
St. ttoniaBeavy Pound Freights, 29c per 100 lbs.;
Wblsky and Oil, deeper brl.; BtoTes,26o.; Ale,oOo.
run.
Bransville Whisky and 011,60c. per brl. '
Oatro Whisky and Oil. Mo. ner brl.: Pound
Freights, 200. per 100 lbs.
Mew Orleans Whisky and Oil SOc: Flour, Potatoes,
Annies. Ac., hue.: Pork, too.: Baoon In hhds. J6o and
other Fonnd Freights, 3036o. per 1U0 IDs.; Keg Lard,
m.j DUIH.I miv per ueau.
Til Wataa ia thi Osimil-It is of Imnortuina
to shippers to have accurate reports dally, of the
water in the channel hence to Louisville. Tha
Uhsmber of Commerce gets a dally report from a
record meue ny ine engineer oi cur fiiy water
Worka. Tbe standard Is, from measurement taken
three years bao. at a bar below the cltr. and Is sub
ject to a change ia low water by cutting out and ail
ing up, when the water la higher. The reports made
on 'Change do not show tbe depth of water except on
umionvs turns.
STEAMBOAT REGISTER.
AnaiVAU. Jacob Strader,
, t, 1 . . IS 1 - 1
Mayivllle; Forest Queen, Madison; Dunleitb, Neville;
nosion, Dig Bsnay; warx,sgie ami a. r. niDDara,
PltUbarg; Courier end 11. D. Mean, Wheeling;
Illnn Gray. Kanawha.
uapuTunxa. jacoo etrader, bonisvuie; forest
neen, Madison; Magnolia, Mavsville; Dorrleitb,
Vll.n Amw IT r- 1 . m ,. ... . 11 . J
of Madison, Mew Orleans; Clipper, Nashville. ,.
COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS.
Monetary and Commercial.
l'a Honey matters there was no ohange of
importance to note. The market continues to lm.
prove slowly, but steadily, and first-class borrowsrt
have no difficulty in obtaining funds at 1012 per
cent. . , .,,
Esstern Ixchange waa firm at sfltOo, buying and
H premium selling.
No ohange from Thursday in any feature of finance.
Flcarana Whlnkr were nnchantfed iMtanlu: Urn.
ceries remained ateady, and Grains also, except Bra.
The heavy speculative demand for Bjoon and Bulk
Meats on Thursday rendered the market rather
qalet yea terday, toouah it a as atill firm. At the
close, Baoon and Bnlk Meats were offered freely for
future delivery, with a disposition on the part of
buyers to bold off.
Ths Imports and Exports oi various arNolee for the
twenty-four hours ending yos terday noon, were :
IsrroaTS. Apples, 220 barrels; Barley, l,sis bushels',
Butter, 172 kos; Corn, 8.SI4 busbele; Cheese, ill
boxes; Coffee. 309 bags: Flour, 1,816 barrels: Bay, 233
bales: Bogs, 20 head; Lard, 260 barrels Molasses, 739
barrels; Malt, 70 bushels; Oats, 1,098 bushels; Pork
and Bacon, 4 bhde., 60 tieroea, 1,246 barrels and
279,034 lbs.; Potatoes, 1,076 barrels; Bugar, 60S hhds.;
Wheat, 2,474 buehele; Whisky, 1,166 barrels.
sxvoiTS. -Apples, 449 barrels; Barley, 200 bushels:
Butter, 17 kegs; Candles, 2,069 boxe-j Corn, 160 bush.)
Cheese, 658 boxes; Coffee, MS bags; Flour, 735 barrels;
Lard. 197 barrels and 430 kegs: Molasses. 276 barrels:
Oats, 79S bushels; Pork and Bacon, S43 hhds., 106
tierces, 607 barrels, 102 boxes; Potatoes, 1,281 barrels;
Sugar, liohhds.i Bait, 121 barrels; Wheat 396 bush.;
Whisky, 1,611 barrels.
.Thursday's New Tork Times says of Wednesday
last: .! .f ; .- , - .
In tbe Money and Kxchange markets, also, tha
effect waa leas decided than tha nature of the radical
tnrn in the London Discount rates would, seem to
sail for, though it la yet too toon to know how the
ohange la likely te lnflneuoe remlttancee abroad, or
tbe terma for bills on England. The exact sum of
Snaoie taken by tha A aim to.dav IrtUM.juU. The 8nh.
Treasury received 18700 ror Customs, and $43,000
from other eouroee, and disbursed 187,000. Tbe bal
ance thia afternoon is $9,815,219. Thsre waa fair em
ployment for Money on oali at 8' per oent., bnt no
ohange In Discount rates, and rather a doll day la
the Wine outride of Bank. : '
Land Warrants were thus 4 no ted in New Tork oa
Wadnssdays . . ... . .
. - v Buying, geiiing.
40-acre Warrants, per-aers.,.. 00 tl 10
' 80 acre Warranta, per acre............ 87 91
; 130 -acre Warranta, per acre.,,,,.,,,,.. .-Tt ' 74
tw-asiw werTBBia, per acre...,.,,. 71 ' , JO
. law Tons Oatto Mauit Thursday, February
16. At ths Live Btock marketa the reoelet of anl.
eip
mala have been only moderatedoringtheweek. The
total arrivals at all tbe yards for the week ending
yesterday numbered 3,260 beef oattle, 140 milch cows.
467 veal oalvest tSSS sheen, 3,993 hogs, being a decline
front the previous week of 1,440 beeves and 3.S2S sheep,
and an tnereaee of LIU kegs. At yesterday's general
weekly market bee fee advanced He Alio, ear noaud.
estimated drees id weight. The aualfty, though lair,
waa not so good ae last week, and the receipts were
700 leas than tbe weekly average last year AU
brought ia were sold before night. Cows remain at
former low rates. . Veals were In fair demand-a few
of the best selling at TXe. per pound live weight.
Sheen were somevrhat see roe and aSdeMo. ner head
dearer. Bop are not abundant, but the demand ia
moderate.
. rne aavanoeor last week Is ma
maintained
oern-fed selling at IXWHa. Use weight.
CINCINNATI MARKET—FEBRUARY 17.
FLOTJB There Is no oaange In the market:
1. mum
Then
V.
oemano laqaiie naoaeme, nna ocienyiooai.
Is no demand of consignee for exporW- About NO
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barrels sold at ft (0003 fcr enperflna, and Is 70t
SS for extra. . , . . . .
WHISK I -No cfaang Inline market tbe'demaad
moderate-, sales 9lM barrels at e
Uvftlc'B-Tbe targe spaenlaMve assess
done in bulk . Meals and Baoon yMterday nd"'
market rainer lama co-oiiy, not vura
generally wlllln
mar I
ig to sell, for lurare aeiivery,
leruay a pi
mark)
tunlM'e rloee. IBi
ier were not areaslns ealee, so that
iflr. inn... um..u en mwj wim
arm. The sales were MS hhdi. Wear Seooa
wim , o '
Idee, at lie -'so dm aeuada Shoulders aadSidM.ia
bulk Meat offering, for future delitery, at S, 10 and
for Bacon, and MM and lOo. for bulk Meat,
buyers were evidently disposed to hold off. 400
barrels mess Pork, country packed, aad 100 do. eity
do.,eoUatt)!Too. Lani U Hill neglected, country
offered at 10o. and eity at lOSo., but these ratea
Ho. above what buyera are willing to pay. The
demand Is suite limited, even at the rates offered.
QUOOKBlKd-Biutar steady and In modeiatede
maud: sales of lo hhds. at 7Jv.flXo. Molasses steady
HiSC Voffee.Sros, and la good deoiand at 11
VYH1AT--Ths market is Brm.wlth a food de
mand at li 1 a for prime white, and ll 2"&
te for prime red: sales of 1,000 bushels red aad white
St ' JOB do. prime red at II K; do. at ft as,
and SMI do:good do. l S3. . i
OURS-Kir Corn Ts steady, with a flair demand at
tSJ4o.. In bulk. BbeUed Udnll at MflWo-. n eecia,
buyera furnishing saoks: seieeof 3,000 boshela ear, la
bulk, at Marietta Depot, at Hoc. . .
OATH The market ia Orai,wltba good demand
47MSo. in bulk, ..... w
Blai-Tha market remains dull end unchanged.
II ABLET There is a fair demand, aad prices
steady at 6ae.. for prime fall. ... ,
M AT-The demand Is moderate t lit per tun, for
prime Timothy, oa arrival. .
(JH It LBS -There is a fair demand. We quote
Western Beserve at 10o., and Xngllsh Dairy at 110.
al-M nf UMwA. VmUm. RjMAI-VA at lftO- . .
HIITTKR Th market continues dull and heavy.
We have no change to notice in prioes, and suote
uentral unto at 12auo.t ana wetiern neaerve at
Aj.
APPTjKS - The demand Is fair, and prices steady
lut nnAlAilMna. aaloa at FA h.rMl. at S3
POTATOES T There isaoonttoued good demand,
and prices are rm at f 2, per barrel, for prime North
ern: sales of 10) berrele good Neshanocke at II Si.
UKBD-Oloverl remains dull. We suote prime to
choice at t 04 70. There is but little choice in the
market. Timothy la in fair demand at S34S3 V per
bushel, for fair to choice: aalea of 12 barrels oboiee
uiover at at iUr ana zo 00. at at 00.
ered tbe iaet hair tl March, at M04 W liens
heavy Hides, on the spot, at SMci aod'sp.o) dp.
Bides, dellverrd between the 1st and tbe Mb March.
mtUtl l.thAdM. lh.M U Vl.tT llf HiDDS ISO
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Haw Toss Miazar, Febraary 17-P. M.-The
demand in Flour for the home trade Is mors active,
and prices advanced So. per barrel: ealee of 1,700
barrels, at 16 05S 16 for superfine State; Is tc 0
for extra State; to 069 U for superfine Western;
15 2sj is for common to meulnm extra Western;
15 SUJ 99 for shipylng brands extra round-hoop
Ohio-the market closing firm; Included in sales are
Q.IA ha nl ..-a N,-fr .n mt n iiuh) . 1 1 n , t . n
tflour may also be quoted a shade firmer: sales of 450
narreis, ai ao 4Wo 70 lor common 10 cnoice extra.
Rve rinur la In moderate reaneat. at It 70f&4 40 for
common to choice auptrflne. Corn Meal ia dull, at
S3 0(t3 90 for Jersey: sales or 990 barrels rauay
wine at 14 IS. Buckwheat Flour is In aood supply,
and dull at tl 621 74 por cvrt.. Whisky lower: sales
01 auu oarreis at 240., closing iree 01 seuere at vtio.,
and New Jersey sold at KHo. Wheat quiet and firm;
the nominal quotations are: tl 100)1 19 for Chicago
Spring; It I9l 23 tor Milwankle tllub: sales of 3,ftu0
hiishels fair whllA Southern, unnoied at abont tl 3ft.
Bye quiet: small sales at S7o. Barley quiet at 70
so. mere IS leta aoing in uorn; prices, now-ver,
are wi.uuut uiaieriai uueuge: amivm u. ic.uvhj umudibi
at 770. for mixed Western; 70o. for New Orleans, and
7fc2i7QWe. fop white and yellow Jereer and South
ern. Oats In little better demand, at 44XIJo. for
Canada, and 44o. for State. Wool is quiet since
the auction sale, and nrioes have undergone no
change. Pork Is a shade firmer, with rather more
iolna:
lS7(S
IS 75
sales et 1,200 narreis. at ei7 au lor 01a mees;
us 00 ror new meet: si7 06 lor new orime mess:
ror old nrime meea: SIS 9ft for Western orline
mess: 17 for city prime mees; f IS for new olear;
S12 m tor old nrime. and lit 7MMB 25 for new crime.
The latter pries for choloe city: Included In the
aales are MX) barrels new mees, at buyer's option, for
ail March, at sis 70. uoei onoyant ana more active:
sales of 1,100 barrels, at t4 2A&4 50 for oonntry prime:
to 26AS SO for oonntrv men: InaiO for renacked
mesa, and 111 Knai3 60 for extra mesa. Beef Heme
firmer: aalea of 300 barrels, at III for State, and lit
for Western. Prime mess Beef quiet at IIMSIS.
Dressed Hoes steedi at So. for Western. Out Meats
less active, bnt prices are unchanged: aales of 100
packages, at 70. forBhonlders, and 9iJSHo. for
Hams. Baoon qulerand unchanged. Xard rules
very Arm: sales of tlObarrelsatllgjllXo. Tbe letter
Price for oholce. Butter In good supply and dull, at
Il6c. for Ohio, and 18s20o. for State. Oheeee is
toady at9(911J,o. Molasses heavy: sales of 2U0 brla.
New Orleans at s&48o. Sugar firm hut not aottra:
sales of 60 hhds new crop Porto Bico at 7ttd7Mo.;
SKI do. Cuba at 7M7Ho., and 42 boxes Havana at 7c,
Tol-ecco is less active: sales of 160 hhds. Kentucky
ateXe.
II aw Toei Stock Mi est, February 17. Second
Board Blocks rather firmer, but tbe changes are
not very material. Nothing new In Pacific Mail.
Chicago and Rock Island, 63; Bonds, 8. Cleveland
and Toledo, 20. Galena and Obloago, S8H. Cleve
land, Columbus and Cincinnati, M. Panama. 134;
Bonila, 10. Brie, 9. Pacifto Mail, New Tork
Central, 71M. Delaware and Hudson, 3i. Tennes
see Mixes, MM. Missouri Sixes, 80H.
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GBATINGand Light Machine Works to tbe large
and elegant building '. 4. -, ;, ;.. ,
No. 64 "West Fonrtll-streeV
Between WsUnut and Vine, Third Flonr,
IF TOO WANT A BBAL PBK8B;
li
lt I0TJ WANT A BXWINO MAOBINB I
If you warn any kind of light MACHINIST made or
repaired,
li IBM A UAsJU.
V. 11TAN8.
k.
NOTICE. The partnership heretofore ex
isting between D. K. Cadyand Wm. T. Wae
ner, under tbe firm name of I). K. CADT A CO.,
was dissolved by mutual consent on the liitli lost.
The business will he carried on by D. K. UADV, at
the old stand, and he alone is authorized to settle
all claims for and asalnst the late firm. fe!7aw
Ml)DiraTERl0.,S
... ' 1MPR0YED TItlHT-STITCH ' : ,:
SEWING JAGHINES
TEE BBST, SIMPLEST AND MOST
Durable Maohlne extant, .
JJallandseetbem, "' " '
JaOtf 180 West Fourth-street. '
MADAMS ELLIS, M. D., UAH I'OUND
at last just what the Ladies hTo long needee
and looked for in vain, the Uterine Blixlr. . .
The Uterine Klixlr la warranted to cars all dis
eases of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, the Kidneys, the Ovarioa, and the Urethra.
Prolapsus or Falling of the Womb. Painful Mnnetru
atlon, Chlorosis, Amenorrhea; in fact, a perfect euro
Isguarranteed by the use of from two to five bottles
of the Klixlr, of any dlseaae whatever oi the Gener
ative ana urinary urgans, 01 main or lemaie, no
m.tla. .f hnw Inn. itaiirikir. Prlne SI Mr Bottle.
Madame EliblH 1
calls nartlcnlar attention to the
following card or a
Card of one of the most prominent Drug.
gists of Cincinnati
To thk PuBLioaan vna Ladies i FAavictaAB,
We, the undersigned, are not in the habit of giving
oar name to Patent Medicines; bntknowlng well the
Lady Phreloian, and the medicine colled tbe Uterine
Elixir, we cheerfully recommend It to all females
uflerlng from Female Diaeaees of any kind; it ia
purely vegetable, and In no case can do Injury; we
aay te all try. and our word for it, you will I'nd re
lief. F. . B IL L, Drwf let, .
seerr vomer 01 r um ano jaoe-ein
ADAM! ELLIS'S SPANISH 6IMO-
LATINO TOUGH AND LIVER BJ LSAM
enres, withont fall, pains In the Breast, Jiack,
Bide or Limbs: Coughs, Colds, Boarsenees. Diffl.
onlty of Breathing, Beadache. Flatnlcncy, Heart
burn, Ohronio Bheumalism, Billions Ohollc, llramp
Ohulle, Griping Paine of the Bowels, Dullness,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loss of Appetite, and In Pel 11.
IU1 menstruation 11 u a certain sure, man givni
Immediate relief. In any of the above dleeaa
It will give relief lu twenty minutes, and a yerma
nent enre by the nee of two bottle. Only 6 cents
per bottle-eo obeap tbat every person can get tt.
N. B.-For sale by F. D. BILL. Druulat, oornw
of Base and Fifth-etreete; J, D. PABKj, corner of
Fourth and Walnut; BUIBH, KOKBTKIN Oo
cornee Tine and Fourth; JOHN DICKSON, corner
of John and Sixth; PAUL BKINLE1N, corner nl
Eighth and Freeman. Also, BOW ABD BOANLAN
A uou oorner of Main ana sour in 1 ana maaame
KLHS. H weat mxin-street.
aep27-ay
' Hew Wholeialw f t
WiTCM JEWELRY HOUSE
I 16 West Fourth Street
Where can be had every article appertaining to the
Business at a snaeb lees nrlce, for CASH, than
has ever before been offered hs this market,
' 8IVI Ut A CALL"
andeeeforyonrealTea. . : ayli
ROOF1IVO! ROOFING:
mHB OUTGAI.T KaVASTIO WEr
JB. TALLIO BOOFINO" Is offered to tbe nubile
as tha boat and cheapest Metal Boof now need, Its
merlte tested by aa experience of
bad vicinity. Anvlled ta SaS er s
I Teaie In thla elie
in ti
lied to (at or etee,old or new
buildings. Ho solder used ikatened securely with-
out axeoettre to the atUnn af the aUnumt.
tha United Btetsa. aan ba awnlled h as nn! mtOt
rrenarea sneem. noxea tor sninnaent to an nart a
ordinary meohaaioal Skill. Ord-n'pronjptly filLed.
' Fle4f :; liaWeatheeoejdBtraet
XMTM. H. BAT.DWIW. ATTOttaTCT
AMD OOUNSILLOB AT LAW and Mastsr
Oommlaaloner of tbe Bnperlor and Common Pleas
Oonrts. Beak Building, north weat. comer of; Mln
iininim vreviat. ,'... eae
VX71LUAN DISNEY, ATTORlfW
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liAW. Otiaaa lMldiBgs. Bo. 4 Bast Third
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BFALDTJie'B PKKrSTSj SJLnjaTyT s rvi
BCONOHTi
sjr,A8tltehUTtase
As aocidenU will haaen, even In wall rsgnantsi
saarllles, K Is very destrable to save soeat shssteed
aMveoient way tbr relriiLgFajaateaTiOwak-
BPAIDINO'S fUFllD OU3U -, , -
MeeteaJlaneb asaergaaeiee. aad ae beewihsU east v
aObrdto bewltbowtlt. It IS always ready and a ' '
the stloksg point. Tbmawlasupiyessisrtwss,..t
Halting chairs, splintered vsniess, aeadleas Sails est
brekea cradles. It Is Jast tbe article tvr ooae, aaeSI
and other ornaaMtttal work, so popular wltl tastes
elselnssssrtsedaastei - '." sp
This admirable Mvasnttsa is esed eole, Mag . v
cnaaloallr held la solattoa, aad poaaaaamcaUtha ; ,
valuable eualltieief the best eablxMHSiekat' glae. ,
may be need te the ptaoa of erdiaary macuec, .
being vastly saore adaestre. '
"UBHFUjTj la ITIII BOTTBn." (t-f.
ST. B.-A Brash aessssasafSB sesh bettla, VrioS '
oea ta. . 1V,. i.j .
Wheleesde Pepets WswdHCtJajsareet, N. H , ,
Address , HBffRT C PAXDTJ0 sis CO
; , - Bex Ho. 864 New Tsnrk. '
Pnt n for Dealers Is Oases oontalntag tear, eight
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