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"IUJ8," "K)8 SALS," "TO LBT.""L06T,'S
FOlIMD,"Ao.,ln eaeclumn, OMnpytn-tve UM
WASTED TEST CENTS Make atf ap
peal to her affections-oead her .your Like
ness from JOHMSON 'S Gallery, ooraar of Ninth and
main. . - ngio
iyANTKD A person to Mt m Porter,
v who no drive. References a to honesty,
Bo., required. Apply at ilM Wainat-itreet. fsilla
WANTED To supply merchants, hotels
and others gratia, with clerks, book-keepers,
aiesmen, naraxeepera, porcere, coopers, carpeuiert,
mechanics, laborer,. 4c, at the Merchants Gierke'
Beglstry Offloe, m Walnut-street,
ifeil-b EHI t CO,
WANTED IMMEDIATELY Six en
terprising American man to eell a new and
dorel article, never offered in thla city. County
od town righta for sale on llbaral terms. Apply to
a T. W ABBBN, room Mo. 67 Benthsete House, oor
sar of Elm and sixth-streets, between 11 A. at. and
IP. M. fcaib
WANTS' D-EELP-Two good farm
band), on man uasd to hotel holiness, and
sight or ten girls to fill various ilnatiotia. Apply
at the general Intelligence Agency, No. 181 Central-
avenue ( Western-row).
tolb A. D. 0AB8QS A 00.
WANTED CLERK The proprietor of ft
real aatata sgenoy withes to engage the
. services 01 an active Dtumaai man te marnea man
preferred). Good references required. Address,
tea, a, u
VM7ANTED A young man wiihej to learn
the Ajnbrotype business. Address AMBBO-
WANTED TEN CENTS He said he
did not anticipate 10 flna a Plotnra at aaob a
low Brio, at JOHNBOH'B Gallery, corner ol Ninth
WANTED A flrst-olut COOK dsslrot
situation In a hotel or private family la
Tba boat of relerenoe given.
. stating laat employment and salary expected, 8, Ii.
x., mncinnau roeranioe.
also a food aeametreaa.
; Addree K. M. , at this office,
WANTED A girl to ran Bloger's Sewing
i e.roe., ueiween r.im aau run,
TaJi AHTau An Amarioaft-Snclun or
,. w uerman jroieeMns liri, vj no inn wora oi a
' small family. Apyly at 3S Kaat fourthstreet, one
' door from Sycamore, In the loan Office. joaub
room with botrd, can be had by a gentleman
WANTED -TWO GIRLS One to cook,
wash and Iron, and do the work for three; and
one to sew and take care of a child. German pre
ferred. Good reference required. Inquire at Frank.
iln Hall rooms, on Vlne-etreet, abore Fifth, feidb
-TITANTED-ROOM-A furnished front
rand wife or two single gentlemen, by applying at 167
x-ium-sueei, neiweea s ounoana sum. luMtr
WANTED SITUATION By ft young
ladr, in eltheramllllnery.fincy.ordrygood
store. Good reference given If required
a., renny r reaa omoe,
WANTED A single lady aocustomsd to
bneineaa with 8100 oaah, can engage In a
light, genteel, and profitable buiineaa, suitable for a
lady. Apply to HALF, at CO., l Walnut-street.
,TltrANTED SITUATION By a young
it w men of experience, a situation as entry,
shipping, or receiving clerk or copyist. Good city
- references given. Address OLXBj
CJT ANTED Employment as book-keeper,
w w oollector, or shipping clerk, for either the
Vhole or a part of the time, by a native Olncinnatlan,
M experienced business habiti. Salary moderate.
Verenoea good. Per, one wanting their books
I ted and accounts settled np, can have them done
promptly, comotly and cheap. Address M. C, cere
po li Cincinnati Poatoffloe. feSOb
(JU.'H, oor. of Third and Lock-streets, WlnclnnatL
WANTED A German Protestant Girl, to
do washing, ironing and general housework
' In a private family. Hood wages given. Batiefartory
.v reference required. Call at no. 22 Long worth-street,
BOARDING One single gentleman can
obtain a room, with Brat-class board also one
A or two day-boardera can be accommodated In a pri
Irate family, by applying at 164 Broadway, foaib
j "OOARDING Pleasant rooms, with board,
V.'-SLA suitable for two or three gentlemen, can be ob.
i taioed by applying this day at Mo. 162 Plum-street,
1 near Fourth. feilb
(' ROARDING Three or four young men
'V- cn oe accommodated with board and lodging
at Mo. MS Weat Fifth stieet. Also a few more day.
vutNuwia svaauatjiu, IVSiW
fOR RENT STORE No. 13 East Psarl
: Js? street, three itorles, In good order, rent low.
Apply at No. West Pearl-street, to21-o
IfjIOR RENT ROOM To one or two gen---B.
tlemen, a large seoond-atory front room, fur--."
nlshed. In a nrivate familv where there are no board.
J ; ers, in one of the beat locations in the city, 164 Sixth-
; e'reet. oppoalte the Bouthgate Homo. fc.lb
IOR RENT One or two gentlemen can
" -BV be accommodated with a neatlv-fnrnlshed front
, sleeping-room, with gas and privilege of bath, by
applying at Mo. ICS Longworth-street, between
j-iom ano aiiro. leaip-
I IOOR RENT A new Cottage of four rooms.
JaV .good fare, hydrant, do., and part of the furni
ture for aale. For particulars, address "Houae,"
this office. Beierence required. ' f20-b
VOR SALE OR EXCHANGE For Mer-
JL chandiae or Western Landa, a well established
manufacturing business, in successful operation
the city, together with the right of the whole State,
ana paying one nunareu ana nity per cent. prom.
I1IUUS SI WABJJ,
Mo. 170 Tine-street, np-stalrs.
!$ iWH ball is A little Farm, of BRy-one
i JD acres, in Clermont County, Ohio, one and
half miles nortb-weet from Bataria. and tbirty-nre
miles from Cincinnati, on a good county road.
.,- Forty acres are under cultivation, balance iu timber,
well watered and fenced. There is a comfortable
., fconae, barn and orchard. W 111 be eold lor $1,800
IT wMwaown, naiauoein one ana swo yeans.
H. ALSO An excellent little Farm, of forty-one
' aoree, plearantlysitnated in Clermont Count v, Ohio,
one mile from Feliolty, three miles from the Ohio
0 Blver, at Uhilo, and thirty-five miles from Clnoln-
, riatl. Thirty-two acres are under good cultivation,
1 h, well watered and fenced. There is a neat frame
! liAnM nf S va Rvimi. nw ham . emnlre.hnnu. ehjirl..
I ' Ac. and an ATCAllent nmh.H. All In Biia Ani...
au., auu ail saw
Will be told low.
8AMTJBX A. BABOENT,
Me, 3 Apollo Buildings, oor. Fifth and Walnut.
T OST $80 REWARD Stolen from
JLsl aubsorlber. In Covinaton. Ky.. on Wsdneedav
evening, February 16, 1860, about 7 o'clock, a DABS.
BAY MABB and leather-top box BUOQY. Said
mare Is about 16 hands high, 9 or ten years eld,
. 1. A 1 W1--1. t 7. ' .1 il try k '
nvsuou. na. uisua. wsii luaus .nil Mil, ills uua.7
painteaolaret color, and hae patent axles. The near
i abaft has b'en broken near the end aad covered with
leather. There waa a broad-striped blanket with
1 bugsy. Bald mare and bnggy were hired by a maa
i calling himself D. H. Harrison, halllna from Olncin-
Ji oinnail. He ia about 6 feet 8 or t Inchae high,
' dark-colored hair, no whiskers, and weighs about
wan, aa. m. juaxj n
l 146 nonnda,
WTington, ay., sen, is, inon.
t JLA black and tan Terrier Slut, white on the breast
, r ana on one 01 ine lore lege, ana nas a naieoacB.
1 The Ander will be suitably rewarded by returning
T .OST BLUT JB Monday morniog,
her to Mo. 102 Butler-street.
&" If .OST A Mask curly spaniel and terrier
"l"4' elthtesa Inches high, breast and
1 ? sjashltM. hsasi sb. Kraaaaa m1Ia ata Bnvbaarl B. 11 MtrsaM
White, hutv hrRMiimlltf on M&TkAit L fl. Mrert.
Tbe Aider wilTb-T aultably rewarded by leaving
atMUWestThlrd-etreit. feJOo' B. W.MJEBS.
1" .OST Ob Saturday afternoon, - between
& -BUS Hsme-etreet and the PoetofB'e, a btass mounted
contsinlna two $6 sold nlsoesand
ie Bnder will be doing a kindness
one Is bill. 1
the owner by leaving the same at this office.
n f OST-Gold Watch Chain Ou Saturday
; M-J nth Inst., en Ooluribia-etreet, between Walnut
and Vine, or on Vine between Columbia and Front.
. Btreeta. The finder will be liberally rewarded
leaving It at thla office or with L.C. teever.N.
corner of Walnut and Oolumbia-atreeta. feiob
n KIOUND-A NEWPOUMDLAKD D09-
3ti Fonnd, Saturday afternoon, a large black Hew
f. fonndland Dog. The owner ean have aim br onlMsg;
' at Mo. 622 Race, aad paying charges. , feiO-B
X W. M. F. HEWSON.
A...H.;... and Shu.k and mil Rreiksi.
. Me, 98 Thlrdt, Basement of Mssonle BnWIn"
Hloclu and Pmds Ijn"''
B eroani el a i
,oa any oar
' on oommlaaloB.
THE iPH E S S
tinwiiaaY-,-,,. , ,-, ypUTa"?"?! I
jtatHSee eavertlsemenXof lost $5!) reward.
pSf Ladles who art) fond of embroidery
should roand tea tha Chinese a silt at Pander
k Co.'t tea itore, corner of fifth and Walnut.
Aoixa's Sir ims Committ. To Aiama'i
Ezpreea Company wt continue to be Indebted
for Xattern and other pepert, alwayi In
adraaoa of the null. .
? . ;
STtunoiT SoLDTho teenier Kanamht
ValUy wu aold, TeatetdaT aftornooo.br United
8tata Dapnty Manhal Hanaon, to Captain
Jeue Walteni for the na of $5,240.
Uiiriua or TRi Citt Cookjii The City
Fathers seem diiposed to be patrlotlo, and
,VmAa V nl 4 ,hat t. iA rVY . 1. 1 nuMd t Vi A
present week this wentag, instead of Wednes-
S.. i. ..mi . I
OiiD BaLti or tan HrniuiD Gwibs I
Tha HI Aland Ooardi. of thla attr. intend
glTing grand baU, at National Hall, on the
' Bali or A I'm Sdboubiw Khidiioi. The
resldenoe of tha late Phillip Grandln, located
in the Seventeenth Ward, overlooking the
Ohio Hirer, and altogether one of the finest
snrburban resldenees in the neighborhood of
the city, was sold, few days ago, to Reuben
R. Springer, of the arm of Springer & Whito-
""i f0' fZO.UOO.
, ... ", I
29th Inst., whioh will doubtless be one of the
finest affairs of the season.
ItenoaoboeiOAi OnsurAnora Br Henry
Ware, Optician, No. T West Fourth-street,
O'oleck. Barometer. - Thermometer.
A. M W 57 Above aero-M
H M MM . Above iero4S
tP.M WJO Above aero 49
Coal The Cincinnati Fuel Company is
prepared to furnish the best Yonihioghony,
Winifrede and Cannel coals, at the lowest
Dennis J. Toohy has been appointed Brigade
I Judge Advocate of Gen. Bates's Brigade of
Ohio Volunteers, with the rank of a Major,
PiMoifii, We are pleased to leant that
mnlij TmIii h u liui, rnlln UTtT I euls
Mr. T.is a young man of considerable ability,
. sv mambar of the City Council, and one withal
who will bear the sew honors, which hare
been conferred upon him with modesty and
Siwno MAcniNas. One of the beat manu
facturing sewing machines before the publio
is the singer juacnise. it is admirably
adapted for both family aad manufacturing
furpesee, but more especially for the. latter,
t runs easy and the stretoheg are permanent
and lasting. They are meeting with great
success. We refer those desiring a good ma
chine to the advertisement in another eolumn.
. . r . .r. ! tt
to celebrate the coming anniversary of the
birthday of Washington by a banquet, to bo
given at the Madison House. The well-known
aUH of the proprietor in catering to the publio
taste Is a sufficient guaranty that the por
tion or ine entertainment over wruoa ne wiu
preside, will be ell that epicurean could desire,
or tne wants oi tne inner man suggest.
Abhbst or Ait Alleosd Foiosb. William
P. O'Viatt, ex-Chief of the Rochester (N. Y.)
Police, passed through the oitj day- before
yesterday, having in his custody a man named
William Moodie, who has, for some time past,
it is alleged, been y.' 'rag the names of other
persons for the vmvlsj of obtaining monev.
has at least hall-a-aoitn ouuuee, and bag
i.i.i . :.i.4 ,A.M.t- i- irA-ji. n i
imyoij vvuiuiuKiu Avsge.ise u uaiuui vuuu.jr,
&.J., to tne amount oi nearly ts,uuu.
Lirma Dmino fob waft or Postasi
Thoa. Ii. Sawyer, Fayetterille, Tenn.
Dr. Stephenson, Florence, Ky.
: Adam Smith, Cambridge, Ohio.
Mesirs. Stearny A Co., Mew Tork Olty.
sirs, iioots, new xork uity.
Oharlee Frederiok Kreliwelchtt, Norton's Mills,
K B, Decker, CnrHavllle, tnd.
tinarise o. oaoser, xiew sera, viKr.
August Beker, Peru, Illinois.
W. 0. Brooks, Louisville, Ky.
David 0. Ancllnts, Pendleton, Ind.
Airs. Eleanor Aberdeen, Versailles, ly.
CmoisKATi Horau. No oity in the Union
of its size can boast of such well-oonduo ted
hotels at Clucinnatl, and every day we see
complimentary notices of them in the oolumns
of ' newspapers abroad. 'The following de
served reference is from the Winchester (Ky.)
Maditon Bouu, Cincinnati. Our recent visit
to Cincinnati confirmed what we have long
believed te be true, vis: that the Madison
House, under the manege meet of our amiable
friend Dr. F. P. OahUI, is one of the best hotels
in the West. We oan say to our friends who
visit tbat olty go there. .
Sob oob Boitn Pbocssdibgs Last Nioht.
The Board met at twenty-fire minutes past
seven, President King in the Chair. The
minutes of the previous evening were read and
- On motion of Mr. Stratton, thetohoolt were
ordered to be dismisisVon Wednesday next,
to permit tba teachers and pupils to celebrate
the birthday of Washington in an appropriate
manner. . . :
The contract for the erection of the school
honse on the Rufiner property, wag awarded
to John H. Kelly, his bid is;m) being the
lowest presented. J. W. Gosling and A. Dun-
lap Co., are hit sureties. The building will
aontaln twenty-one rooms, and will be, when
oompietoo, tne largest annioi scnooi noute in
ma on, aojournea. - - -iV
MBOBAhTOB' ABD MABUVAOTTfaBBB' ExOBABQB.
There wu a very large attendance, yesterday
morning, at the meeting of the Mechanics' and
Manufacturers' Jfxcbange. President Kan
van occurred tha chair, and after tba readies'
of the minutes of the previous meeting,, the
toiiowiug persons were eieoteo to membership:
Henry David, perfumer, proposed by Jamet
Hume; John D. Clarkson, pluterer, by Ayrti
A Craven; Curtner A Colter, manufacturers of
stoves and ebollow-ware, by John K. Green;
Wa. S. Lane, tin and sheet iron worker, by
S. Startsmaa; Robert R. Wolfington, black
smith, by James S. Pollock; George H. Law
yer, manniaottirer of printing presses, David
Bones, marble works, by ueorge w. Kunyan;
I CO. Andrets, paper hanging, ny A. 0. Parry.
feet . The Committees on Statistlos, Banks, TJnited
I L, . . ..... . . .
him r511! ?nsiiuuon ana iiy-Kaws, rnce
dwwb six wasiiHiuva lUU AJ-JJSWB,
Current ana Circular, reported progress.
Mr. Hedges submitted the following pre
amble aad resolution, of which he had pre
viously notineu tie msmosrs:
Wibbbas, The exparienee of every age hu
fully established the Importance of a more
thorough education of the young men Ap
prentices in the various manufactories and
traded of our country Into the prlaotplet and
workings of their various pursuits; and
whereas, tuoh education, and the time em
ployed it obtaining it, would tend, materially,
not only to attist in advancing the interest of
the employer, bnt enlarge the mind, aad prevent
much of the misery, dissipation and
wretchedness consequent upon igaoranoe and
k-aatsa, therefore, ' vfc ""
' JteMfesd, Tbat a committee of, three be art-
pointed by the Chair, to ascertain and report
i f .. . . r : .
"ff" "."f0"" oawuiawu w eueoa ua
objeoit in ths foregoing preamble, and, if not,
to report somerJeoe that may aeoomplisa it.
, Upon motion of Mr. Asoerafi, the preamble
and rttolutloa Wu aacsDtad aad an tared on
the minutes nf the meat Inc. after which tha
following Committee wu appointed in actor-
re. i uanee w .J ise retoiuaou: -. A. Madget,
at. oL.a tux H, Btepbetuon. and tha
Hal atan- t ' - ' '
CITY NEWS. Lecture at the Melodson—Lola Montez
CITY NEWS. Lecture at the Melodson—Lola Montez on Fashion.
l4UBe, Ult might, at the MelodeOB
ni quite u Urg u oo 6tuidy night, and
awaabattaJ tVL..M .uaaj1 iU V. Jl. 1 lal J I
vY flftaVVUVVft wanVBAV eWUlVU UVt trV US WJ UllasUIMllfN
in tba least. Tha lsoture.
ui oommon-plaoa and dnll, oontalnlng many
attempt! at wit, but few looeeaaful onea, and
altogether laeked tba iparkle whioh one would
naturally have been Inelined to expeot, .
The leetureaa began by itatinjr that fathton
originated in the mlifortunet and Tioea of man
and womankind, and referred to ft great many
eirennutancet mentioned in history in proof
of her aiiertion. She apoke of saragea who
wore ringa in their note, but wu not quite
rare that tha faihlon waa more abiurd than
for modern ladles to wear rings la their oars.
Religion had to be attended to In elegant
ehureh edileee and decked out in illk and
brocade before it was sufficient to carry oor
souls to Haaren. The scoundrel who ran
away with bis nelghbovw wife would be sooner
admitted Into fashionable aooletr than the
man of Intel loot and culture, If he dared to oat
Adwover. WU to
wi? hu knito 'P'1 of. hi;,,0,k
A man one, harlng a finely shaped lev and
an ezoellent figure, bad his pasta loom and
ooat out so u to fit it closely, and forthwith
the promenades were filled With just suohrer-
mntj, made tight as the shin they oorered.
although they sometimes bid such awkward
and crooked pipe-stems that whoever saw
them waa pained for fear that they would
break, and thus kill the body they wore des
tined to esrry. . l
In China the prevailing fashion bad, for
centuries, been small feet, and they were so
pinched In ohildbood that in maturity persona
were almost unable to walk. This was not
altogether a bad fashion, for In her opinion
there were a number of men who wished their
wife's feet were too small to permit them to
walk, and many wlvea who just si heartily
Tk. BlliS.ll.laT. aow nMrlneaJ hnnr. .iTleih
ana nign-noeuasnoes. Dims were wen worn
seventeen feet in circumference, and it took a
very wide street whioh would allow one.
woman to pus tnrcugu it, wnue two nuea it up
completely. Even now, men, instead of rail
ing at women for the space they occupy, ought
to do gratefully and humbly thankful that they
occupy no more; lor tney proven tea the neoos
ilty for a number o eklrte, and many a female
wu now dead upon wnoee Doay a veraict
-.. .. . a n . 1 - . .1.
mlgnt JMt,'wnawMOf wl"aMW'"UOT
PaMlOOat.'1 . . .. .
The lectoress lashed society for the esmi-
nudo style in whioh its members dressed, and
verbally- and metaphorically out off all the
Whiskers and moustachioa In the) country. She
said the fashion in politics changed three
times o doner than the ladies changed their
bonnets: spoke of the Circassian slaves, how
they exhibited their beauty to their purchas
ers, and found, In this, an opportunity to tell
mammal that she had often seen the same
trouble taken in this country, for the porpoie of
knooking daughters off to tho highest matri
monial bidder. . .
The lecture was about an hour long, and
waa patiently listened to until the olose. . On
Wednesday, Ltla will express her opinion in
regard to "Strong-minded Women," and as it
will be her last lecture, we doubt not u house
will be again filled to repletion.
D HPiaiTi Arrsurr At Sgur-DiSTiuoTioK
A Mai Shoots Hrasixr ur na Pass litem or
his Family. On Saturday evening a
named Adam Baier, residing on Hamburg--
street, near the Hamilton-road, attempted
telf-destruction by shooting himself. It ap
peared that he had been drinking to exoess
during the week previous, and for this reason
his wife upbraided him without apparently
sympathising with the cause that led to the
condition in whioh he bad kept himself. While
listening to her harsh wordi be suddenly became
desperate, and, drawing a pistol, placed the
mussle near his left breast and diicharged the
contents into his body. 1 By some aooident,
however, the ball glanced, and, taking an up
ward dlreotion, lodged near tha shoulder. His
family consisting of seven children were about
him at the time, and, horror-struok at an aet
tho possibility of whioh ssomsd never to have
entered their minds, ran hither and thither
apparently more than half -era zed. Daring
the excitement, however, a physician was
oalisd, who examined ana ares sea the wound,
and the wounded maa ia now in a fair con
dition for ultimate recovery.
Thi Natiob-al AoaiocLTUBiL Fail A
meeting of those interested in having the next
Annual Exhibition of the National Agricul
tural soctety held in this oity, win take place
this afternoon at one o'clock, at the rooms of
the Cincinnati Horticultural Society, in
Bacon's Buildings. The matter is one of
freat interest to the city, and we earnestly
ope every endeavor will be made to induce
the offioen of that sooiety to decide upon this
as the looation for the next National Fair.
Hiobwa y Roibbit. About one o'clock yes
terday morning, a Pittsburgher named John
M. Stevens, waa knocked down by a couple of
ruffians while walking along Court-street near
Walnut, and robbed of $76 in money and
a watch worth a similar ram. The scoundrel!
left their victim upon the sidewalk half un
conscious aad made their escape, while he, af
ter some uiaoaity, managed to on bis way to
the steamboat-landing, and left yesterday for
I Bubolabt ob Fooiibt-btbbbt. The real-
donee of Dr. Qarretoon, Fourth-street, near
Central-avenue, wat feloniously entered, night
before laat, but the burglar suooetded in car-
rylng off nothing save a bracelet marked
1 "Agnes Uarreuon."
A Hciobt Taisr. Some fellow, more
hungry than honest, night before last, stole
four barrels of pork from the establishment of
J. Steele A Co., on Hunt-street, near Broad
way. No olue has been obtained as to who
he wu, bnt it is to be hoped that feeding upon
the meat may improve hit conscience.
LAW REPORT. SUPERIOR COURT.
MaryBowenes. J.M. Thompson. Judgs
Storer decided this ease. The plaintiff, two years
sgo, was the owner of a houae and lot at College
Hill, and agreed to sell the same to defendant for
$4,000; $1 ,000 in money, $1,000 by the eeeuniptlon of
a mortgage, the balanoe ($3,000) to be, palef by the
conveyance of land In Jasper County, Ind. The bill
waa flledby her to vacate the contract.
Contract aet aalde.and part put In the position they
occupied before it waa made.
W. C. Harry vs. J. B. Whaley. .The plaintiff
fcronght his action to recover money lost at play by
J. B. Davis. The suit was lnatltotel under a
olause In the statute whioh allows any person
to sue for and recover money lost at gaming by any
other person, provided the latter does not sue for It
within alx months. ' I . . j
Demurrer to petition sustained. . '
TBBBTVt. Btbahsoat Vixbb. Action to ; recover
the valueof merchandise shipped on board this boat
and not delivered. The property was shipped at St.
Louis, and Uken from there to Lake Popln, In Min
nesota. On arriral of ths boat at Dubuque the goods
wwereenippen op "-'- '"; .""'"-
latter noes arnrea as insvoins wu. ,u. ,iui .
waa to ve oviiTsreu 11 was iuuuu nuh -ww-v, m-
ftlss erers not forthoomlna!,
Hsld bv Jndse Storer that the contract was not per
formed by- the defendeut; that the Vixen had no
aii.hn.fr in vw-.hln. Jndsment for alalntiff.
BsrOBB Jvdsb HoAOLBvTebsoca Honeyman vs.
The Bxecntors of J. V. Walbrldge. An action
brought to recover between $6,000 and $6,000 for eerv
ices rendered by plaintiff at honaekeeper to Mr. Wal
brldge daring hla life time. .
Mr. B, left a will dividing the bulk of hit property
to the Cincinnati Orphan Asylnm and Tba Widow's
Home, Helen fJOO yekr to the plaintiff, with
proviso that If aha set noon any farther oUimthis
bequestweeto be forfeited, - , .
Cbibibai, Sidb BaroBB Jomb Malloh.
Charles uiawaon unaineo mm onn yisros
was convicted a few weeks since), was placed on trial
k.,hiMmlwija HihHna. .....
Tne following jurors were) sworn: w. rr . aaurrsr.
. J, rr. manD, aiisx. oaiamins, anisni
oamuei namenca, at.
; Themas Deem
iarL: i u u s p
P.M. Farawort . I Jv: t ; .-t
SM.- IjI-ba. Ii niS wa. h..n lta.rd.'
- Jndgee Johnston end Prnden represented the de-
rense; xneopniine uaiacs ana w . n. Aaerr u bhivs..
I Bona savsof Bnurreon. the teniation preaehan
He hu a huge vofoe, a great deal of brass,
J. I smattering si warning, a aruiuaaet vuiganty,
I barir finre. a outouts.y bom, a wgotea
A Stabiiiho Cumax. The New York Doy
I a a4 -a Akn:" --.BB ,
I ., .LI- ...
Sn tttdiino, d
Pixs't Opb-u-moubb. Tbb Sba or lea wu
KOdaoed at tela establishment last aiaut to sntto a
waa admirably eaactM. It baa
itan with taata aad ekill. and ta
worthy a vltit . Jan. uonway aa "dfarita" Inereaeed
oor admiration tor bar eonilderabljs fot tha aaihna
and ,lmllciiT which aha ut. u a halo, about tha
GuinHiflr. nuviaKfarwiwaiHio na wan ovi,
a'lhoujk we aaw not tha entire alar, we are In.
ellned to the belief that aa a apectacle, it bm naver
before been to well produced In the Welt. It will be
repeated tkii ereaiog.
Wood's Tihu. This easy establishment
waawall tiled laat night, and tha andlente teemed
delighted with tha performance. Ttale arenlng Mr.
Col line will appear aa "Mtfihene" In the play of Tub
MaaToira Man amdthb MaaorMxaTsandM "fltf
Nokeflnlnilniia Quids. .
NaTioiui, Tmatbb. The urst performance
oftheOoronooar drew unite a large audience to the
national laat night, we are Informed, bat aa we were
unable to wltneee the play, we of oonrae oaa not
speas oi lis merm it will
be repeated this eren-
Eomi CoiciBTftQaib a lone and ad
mirably eelected programme hat been published for
the Co cert thla ereningat Smith A Nixoa'aHall.
Thlalatbetlratof a eerie, for tha encouragement of
home talent, to be giren by F. W. Bench, and we
tmat they may be largely attended. Among the per.
femurs we notice the name,) of some of our beat
ameteure, and, aa the price haa been pat at twenty.
ore oanie, maa oeiua wuein ine reacn 01 all Classes,
we doubt not tba hall will be crowded.
Polios Mattiss-Two men, Christian
King and Michael Reed, were yesterday fined
$10 and coats each, in the Polios Court, for a
breach of the peace committed some time
since, ' They have been absent from the flitv
slnoe the offense wu committed until yes
day, when justice wu administered to them by
Ths Fibs Sooth Lawsuits. Mr. Bailey
jMterday applied for and obtained a change
of venue to the county of Kenton, in the suits
instituted by him against J. Q. A. Foster and
others. After the change bad been granted,
the suits were all dismissed at the initanoe of
the plaintiff himself.
Slirdu Burr. The Circuit Court was en
gaged during the greater part of yesterday in
trying the case of Vlckers v. Abbot, in which
the plaintiff uks damages in the sum of
$5,000, for slanderous reports alleged to have
been put in circulation against hsr by the
She was married to Ror. Mr. Vickers, some
time since, who applied for and obtained a
decree nullifying their marriage, In Norem-
Mrs. V. alleges that the difficulty between
hsmiilfanrl hnshanrl arnaft from tha sanoslannt
In oirculation by Abbott, and she now asks
damages for the Injury sustained. The oaie
will be oonoluded to-day.
Diath by Cbimatios. -The little daughter
Of Air. Mcuay, wooso oritloal condition we
noticed yesterday, expired last night, after
suffering the most intense agony. This is the
second ohild burnt to death in this olty, within
Gowtbmpt or Coobt. Two attorneys were
fined $5 eaoh, by Judge Moore, yesterday, for
using personal epithets toward eaoh other, and
wiling to desist wnsn orasrea.
Natobajjiatiob. Fourteen persons wers
naturalised in the Cirouit Court on Saturday
RsLisr to tbb Poob. During the two
weeks ending on Thursday evening last, the
Committee en Poor distributed three hundred
and twelve bushels of coal, and $52 60 in
Poliob Mattbu. Four persons, John
Heooral, Jas. Baker, Cbas. A. Benson and H.
Slaughter, were fined $3 and costs eaoh, for
drunkenness, in the Police Court yesterday.
RlHOVATIOIt Or THB ClTT ClSBB'S OWOt.
Mr. Rloko, City Clerk, It thoroughly reno
vating, oleanlng, and newly papering the room
ia which bit office is located. This hat been
needed for some? time past, and we are glad
that Mr. R. has undertaken the task.
Bpobtiso Exonuioa. Captain John Mead,
and a number of others, left yesterday morn
ing, for Indiana, on ft pigeon-shooting excur
sion. At these birds are exceedingly plenti
ful ia the country, we have no doubt their
txourslon will prove successful.
Mak Dbowbbd. A citizen of Covington,
named Richard Cotdra, who is employed upon
the steamboat , la the capacity of a deck
hand, fell overboard, near Petersburg, Ken
tucky, on Saturday night last, and was
drowned. His body bat not yet been recov
ered. He leaves a wife and family residing
in una city.
Tbhplb of Hokob. The members of theMU
8inat Social Temple of Honor will hold a meet
ing at their Hall this evening, at seven o'clock.
Important business will be tranaaoted.
Gouhtt Oortr. There were twenty-one
deeds and ten mortgages recorded and ulue
marriage licenses granted by the Clerk of the
County Court, last week. t
Poob-bocsb abo Jail. There were yester
day, in the Poor-house, two men, eight women
and twelve children. In the Jail, thirteen
men and five women.
The weather yesterday wu remarkably
pleasant and business at the wharf was quite lively.
The river at thla point was stationary, with thirteen
feet in the channel h.nee to Louisville; but as heavy
nine are reported above, a corresponding rise may be
anticipated here. There Is considerable ice in the
river at Marietta, with eight feet of weter and rising.
Considerable freight was offered yesterday at the fol
Plttsburg-Ootton, 760.: Molasses, 760. J Whisky
40c.; Flour, 2so.; Pork and Lard, Soo.; Pound
Freights. 12jil6o. per 100 lbs.
Nashville Whisky, per brl 600.; Ale, SOo.; Pound
Freights, 26U0o. per 100 lbs.
it. Louis Heavy Pound Freights, JSC. per 100 lbs.;
Wbleky and Oil, Ho. per brL; Stores, 25o.; Ale, 6O0,
Evansvtlle Whisky and 011,60c per brl.
Cairo Whisky and Oil, too. per brl.; Pound
Freights, 20c per 10 lbs.
Mew Orleans Whisky and Oil 80c; Flenr, Potatoes,
Apples, Ac, 600.) Pork, 660.; Bacon In hhds. 26o.: and
other Ponnd Freights. 3u3M. per 100 lbs.; Keg Lard,
too.; Hones, $10 per head.
AaBtvAiA. Sunday Jaoob 6 trader, Louisville;
Magnolia, Mayavllle; Ohio No. 2, Marietta; Favorite,
Arkansas Hirer; W.I.Haolay. St. Loula. Monday
South America and B. F. Saaa, Mew Orleans; Bay City,
riommodors Perrv and Haatlnira. Pittabnrs: A. W.
Quarrier, Kanawha; Forest Qneen, Madison; Tele.
graph, Loularille; Liberty, Wheeling; Dnnlelth,
Seville; Silver Moon. Memph a.
.VTllie, Oliver aauva neaifiuie
DseABTomaa. Huudav-Jacob 8 trader. Louisville:
Hickman, Arkansas Blver. Monday -Ohio Mo, 2,
Marietta; Telegraph, Louisville; Forest Qneen, Mad.
laonj Magnolia. Mayerille; Dnnlelth, Merille: Sam,
P. Hibbard and Jaoob Poe, Pittsburg; Basel Dell,
Nashville; Commodore Perry, St. Loula.
1,,. in k.M. v.tra. ths n.s.
. . -r -r 7-
Thi Wbbat Cor. The BeUevle)e (Il.)Ad.
sweats say t "All the farmers with whom we
have had an opportunity of conversing unite
in laying that the wheat in this vicinity hu
been mash injured by the severity of the
weather. Some fields those which were
towed late are supposed to be injured beyond
recovery. Other fields, though somewhat m-
I only turviviag caowrs.
lag of spring. It It yet too early to decide
upon the prospects ofthe crop.
' Dura or a Naval OrrtotB. Capt. Horace
B. Sawyer, U. B. N,, died in Washington on
Tuesday, aged about sixty-five years. Cspt.
Sawyer entered the navy la the year 181$, aad
at the time of the eeieorated action Between
the OyM and Levant, which occurred Feb
ruary 30, ibi, wu a mtasnipman on ine um
sittrioa. Commodore Stewart commanded the
(Mia at that time, and himself, and the
: ,!iT., , i.T ri ...
". nt"Aiquaw In Westera IowaJot drunk
on strychnine whisky recently,' and when her
hulband undertook teoontrol her, the seised
b knife and laid him out, and then the cut
ottt hit heart. Several Indiani looked on In
differently, aa by their, code, vengeance must
be visited by rslativts of the deoeued. ' .
HohB Aoaib. A Mr. Sherman,1 of k West
Troy, N. Y., whose "myttsrlout dliappear
anoe" wucbrosloled in the papers last week,
hu returned. Tha Troy Tines tayt hate
"young married man," and that he absented
hlawelf to test hit wt'i affewtto tor him,
Monetary and Commercial.
fnv. m i ' .--. - . it
quietly on Third atreet yesterday, with ae material
a. I.- fvi jw i I
vuMinov ui quuieuuw 1 1 v a.ieruaj. e in vuwuip
Paper were large, aa! In axceuof the abHltyof
Dlsconnt-honaM' to accommodate. Money ooa.
UnuM to lmprore, howerer, and Bankers readily
Caror their friends to the extent of their ability it
10(911 per cent. ;
The laatern Exchange market is doll, and the
offering, light. Hatea contlnne firm at.H4Uo. prem.
bnylng, end X selling.
A few Kaatern Time-bill, are done at Siftlt Her cent.
according to tba quality of tha Peter. Mew Orleans
Bight and Time-bills are both dull, with rery little
doing in either.
Uoid is dnll, end Cncnrrsnt Money unchanged.
Saturday's HeTork Herald, under data of Fit.
day erenlng, observes:
The amount of Paper offering to-day at tha dli
count honaee baa bees larger than for soma little
time past. Many capltalieu are anxiona to aee what
courae monetary affaira are going to take In Eoglaad,
and aia rather aby of long Paper. We cannot, how
erer, quete any ad ranee In rate,: Choioa abort ec
oeptancee go at 9; Srat ctaaa doable-name Paper, o
month,, 7 per cent; Money on call at (, with occa
The delavat Waahiniton in sarin I tha Poetofllsa
Certliicatea create, eoote emprise; but the money Is
not needed, and what could be expected of the Treee
ury Department under I te preaent management?
We note an advance In foreign exohanae. eaneclalty
francs. A leading houae la holding bllu on Parle at
and 5.16(4, which is anadranoeofMpercent.;
sterling ia pretty firmly held at 10V, but to-day there
waa very Utile demand at thla rate; for franca there
more Inquiry. We are rapidly approaobing the
period of the year at whioh exchange ebould adranoe
polnte whioh will admit of ahipmenta of specie.
Since the adranoe In the bank rate of dlacount In
London, drawer are holding ahort sight bills H of
...... .k-M,l,.I.Ulit.. kill.
vo wu. iiwi. Him mi u ui ... .
.The dry goode dealers are again fncreaalng their
purohaaea of foreign goode, and eweliing up the debt
which by and by will hare to be paid la gold. The
import wr the week ending; to-day la (4,324,630,
againat k766,M9 same week laat year, and l,29v,126
aame week of imS'-ec that, now, our agaregate lm
porta alnco Jannary 1 are $3,900,000 in exceas of thoee
of the correapondigg period of laatiear when, aaia
known, the imports were exceaaire, and the prices of
dry good, low. Country buyera at tbia rate need be
In no hurry about making their purchaeea; prices
will rule low enough by and by.
CINCINNATI MARKET—FEBRUARY 20.
TLOTJB Tha market oontlnnea dnlL and the da.
mend limited, and chiefly local. Small galea of an
serine at IA tue i, and extra at $6 76$ to, the
latter an extreme rate ior lamiiy.
WHISKY A dnll market to-day, and prices Me.
lo Mr, withe dull market: sales of 1,100 barrels at
auMc, including tbat from wagon.
PHUViBiuno ine marxec na not onang
portion of it epeculattve. The sales were 00,000
aentielly sloes Saturday. There is a good demand
for bulk Menu at very lull prices, and but a email
...nlnn.H .Af. 1,,-.m. T U 1 1), mrt .f . 111.,, hu. n th-al
Nothing done in sssss. Fork d Lard, but holder. II
continue nrm juii rates, mesa rora neing, aa u
pounds Shoulders, and 8,000 plecea do. at 6Ho.i 200,-
ooopoundedo. at 6c; 60,000 do. Sides at 8Ho.: 100,-
000 heavy, to ne delivered m marcn, at ssio. Bacon
a aa offered pretty freely at 7M and 4o., but buyers
contended ior lower rates, ana aiaanaae oeiow mei
continue firm at full ratea. Meas Fork being, aa
heretofore, nolo at si7 ooiaiiB. ior eeiabiisnea conn-
try and olty brands, and Lard at lOHo. for city ren
dered, for which lOfto. is offered. We quote rump
Pork at 112 6u13, and prime $13 M&14. We under
stand an English house took 300,oou pounds heavy
UU0CICB1S8-A good demand for Coffee, and the
market ia buoyant: aalee of 800 baga at UX13o. for
prime Bto, and lSXo, for Santos. Soger unohanged
and quiet at 8o. Molaneee dull at 43A44e., and
in some oases e6o. is obtained for prime, in cypress
oooperage, to 1 he country.
wHKAT Toe demand continues good. We have
no cnanga to notice m pnoea, auu ttuuiv prime wue
at $1 80O1 S3, and prima red at $1 21 28: sales of
loo nuaneia prime wnue a si ew uo. as i si, ue
livered, and 300 do. red at $1 28, delivered.
(KIRN Ear (lorn continues ateadr. with a fair de
mand at 4$49o., In bulk. There la a good deal of
Shelled offering, and tne market is uuu at uooso., in
UATo ine aemana is gooa, ana prices nrm 47
0480. in nnik: eaiee or dw ouansis, ib sacks, at aw.;
Mil do. prime seed, In sacks, at Mo.
BIB The demand continues fair, and prices
steady at 96c.
UABLXT The market Is steady, with a fair de
mand at 65a68o., for prime fall, and M63c. for fair
to good: aalee of 20O bushels choice fall at 70s.
HAT The markat ia dnll, and prices are un
changed. We quote prime Timothy at $19 per tun,
OHBKBB The demand Is fair, and prices firm at
9Hai0o. for Western Beserve, and 11c. for English
HIITTER The market la dull and heavy. We
quote Central unio at nuitc, anu western jteserve
at linn too.: sales ui iou tuua nnwra Aeeerve mt 10.10,
APPLES The export demand haa fallen off, ana
Bricee bare declined to $23 per barrel: ealesof M
arrels choice at S3, and 60 do good at 12 25. Dried
are dull at 6H7o. per pound: sales of 2,800 pounds
potatoes Tne mariet is nrm, witn a gooa ue-
mand nt S2 ner barrel, for nrlme Northern
BRED Clover remain, dnll and unchanged. We
quote prime to ohoioe at (4 654 70: sales of 26 brie.
choice at $4 70; 20 do. prime at 4 60, and 16 do. at I
14 60. Timothy Is in fair demand at t33 25 per
Dusnoi ior lair to onoice, s
[BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.]
New loan Uabbbt, Febrnarr 20 P. H. Aahea
unchanged and demand fair: aales of 60 barrels, at
$6 26 for Pots, and 16 44 for Pearls. Cotton oominuea
steady: aalee of 3 000 bales, at llMo. for middling Up
lands, Including 2,000 bales in trsnslt. There is more
js still some
doing In Flonr, bnl the market la unchanged, and
; SOBS 46 for extra
State; 14 106 20 for superfine Western; to 30&3 60
emend pretty good for homeoonaumption; tners
11 some sneculetive inuuiry; sales of 7,200
at So vma 20 for supernne state;
for common to meuium extra Western; $6 86(6 for
shlpriog brands extra round-hoop Ohio the market
closing quiet and steady. Canadian Flour In fair
request and a shade better: aslee of 600 barrels, at
$6 606 76 for common to ohoioe extra. Bye Flour
ateady at S3 7fl4 40. Uorn meal quiet end un
luckwheat Flour la selling at Si 6301 73
in store; 600 do. at tl 20; 10. Of") do. Hllwaukle Ulub
per cwt. Whisky heavy and lower: aalee of 100 brls.
at 23o. Wheat firmer, with a good milling demand:
sales of 6,960 bushels good Chicago Spring at f I IS,
at $1 20, in store; 1,800 do white Michigan at $1 AO;
3,3i0 do. red Pomhern at $1 2Sl 30; 600 do. winter
rod Western at ! 01. ana o.uuuao. gooa wnue Cana
da, supposed at about ll 33. Bye Arm: aalee of 800
bushe's at 87c. Barleyauletandfirmat708Sc.t sales
uf 600 bushela winter State at 82Xc. Corn in good
request at better prloes: aales of 21,000 bushels, at
nan. far new white and vftllow Southern. Oata in
pretty fair demand, at 4646o. for State, Western
and Canada. Tallow trm: aales of 16,000 pounds at
WXffllOHo. Pork-mess very firm, with a fair de
gree of activity: sales or 2.600 barrels, at $17 i for
old mess; $18 60 for new mess; lie 6'.'16 76 for old
thin mess; 12 60 for old prime, ana sit 87 t ior new
prime; Included in the sales are 1,600 barrels new
prime, at buyer'a option, for all tt arch, at IIS. The
United Stales Mavy contract for 1,000 barrelt meas
Pork, and 1,000 barrels maas Beef, Is said to have
been awarded at ll 76 for the former, and $15 40 for
the latter. Beef very Arm, with a fair demand:
sales of 460 barrels, at $4 26&4 60. for country prime:
$5 266 60 for country meea; $9(810 for repacked
meseand $11 2S12 60 for extra mees. Beef Hams
firm, at $13 for Slate, and Sit for Western. Prime
mesa Beef onlet at $161. Dressed Hows firmer:
sales at 8X38Mo. for Western. Cut Heats unlet:
sale of 200 packages, at 7o. for 8houldera, and DM
gWao. for Hama. Bacon quiet and Arm. Lard dull!
sales oi,uuuDarreieatii(9iio. xwwuer mure uuiu
in Butter, at 11(3190. for Ohio, and 163200. for State.
Cheese Arm, with fair demand at SUMo. Coffee
Arm: sales of 1,300 begs, part for export, on private
terms; 600 mats Java at 1616Xo.t and Saturday
evening some 6 or 6,000 mats Java at UHo. Holaseee
ateady without aales of moment. Sugar verr quiet
and Arm: sales of 100 bhda. Muscovado at 7M&7?aC
Clover Seed moderately active, with aales of 760 bush.
Hew Tobk Stock Habb.it, February JO.-Seoond
Board Steckaoontinne to Improve, Hudson, 4flX: I
Brie, tH. Mew Tork Central, 77K. Chicago and
Kock Island, wx. raoama, inn. uanton nt.
PaclnoIMail, 22X. Brie Fourth Mortgage Bonds, 49X.
California Sevens. 87. Tennessee Sixes, 87K. United
States Fives, '66, WX.
PHiLABi.rHiA Haubt. February 20 M. Flonr
ateady. Wheat active and Arm: tales at $1 60 for
white, and $1 3601 36 for red. Corn Arm: sales of
6,000 bushels yellow at 76o. Provisions active: aales
of mesa Pork at $18 604)18 76, and new prime at $16.
Uaoon nrm: aatesoi nsmaai iM-epuo., sines at w.
I nd shoulders at ttfe. Lard at like Whisky Is
I hd at 24X(S3oo- .
I " ";1M
Livilt Tbadi ib Sbcoid-babd Corrnt
DtAD Pboplb Robbbo. A grave ebarge ia
preferred by tome of ths Journals against the
undertakers of New York oity, the sum and
tubttanoe. of which it, that tome of the fra
ternity are in the habit of going to the New
York Bay Cemetery and digging up the hand
some and expensive coffins in whioh the dead
have been recently buried to take them back
to their warerooms to be re-sold to future
customers. So, then, according to this, when
a man dies in New York, there is no asturanoe
that hit mortal remains will remain with
mother earth, undisturbed, nor that hit bones
will be permitted to repose in the coffin his
money hu paid for. When one shuffles off
this mortal ooil, he bad better emigrate to
tome place whare the grave is undisturbed by
the ghouls and vampires in which New York
would teem to abound. : . . . -
W. H. Sbwabd The Pot't Wuhtngton
correspondence writes that Mr. Seward "hu a
great tDeech prepared upon the slavery ques
tion. Which he will deliver When, acoordlnf to
htejudgment, the fitting opportunity occur
Those persons who report that Mr. Seward
will now take a backward step will be creatly
mistaken, though, of course, it it probable
that he will answer the false allegations of
Southern men who have belied hit princi
ples." ; - y -. y ,
V esssi - , s
Justicb of ib Empsiob. The ohild of a
serf, in Russia, bavin -"'-"k a dog belonging
to the lord, the latter t nack upon
the boy, who waa torr ' "-
father, upon thla, kllk
spot The Emperor d
dog,'' and added, "I s.
much." The ' serf wu v
short time ia a menutery, . ;
AUCTION llALEa J-K-
BY O. R AMU BARS CO.
Vv - . -
WE WILL SELL, THIS MORNING,
at t)i o'clock, for aceoont of whom it stay .
oonoern, a large atock of anndriee, eonilatlag of Ve-
lenola, M B. aad Layer Baialna; cedar Uuoketaand
Tube; Hhaker Pall,. Heelers, Uhurna, Feueele, whll
tled Clothee-piae, Hall-barrel Oorera, Bolling-pina, -Hunter
Pipes, Flga, Uurrmnta. Leu tlla. Sage. Ac. .'
fe?l Noa Meed W Maln-etreet. "r
OLD MEDAL PIANOS THE BEST IN" '
AHIBIOA.-Steck A O runs',
Mew Fork) powerful toned double I
grand-action Concert Pianos, pro-
noonceo ny biata, xnaioerg ana via.
ere&t artieta the beat In existence.
will sell tower fdr eaah Iban any other dealer In
oily. Pianos and Melodeona tuned and repaired
thoroughly. Planoe to let at from $6 to $1 6 per quar
jnnaioai lnairnmenie aeuing at pau-pnreu.
Don't buv or rent a Piano until you have called an i
axamiuea ,oe euove.
BBlTTINa BBO., Sole Agent, V' '
Piano Dealers and Slakera,"
Mo. W Weet I1fth-et-, near Flim,
rflHS MASONIC QUICKSTEP,
TheTaeation Polka..... ..Prloe JOoeDta.
Kentucky Girl,' Polka Prloe W centa.
forest Bjee 8chottUche...Prlc (Ooents.
The above hare bandaomelv-illnatrated title-pages. '
JOHN OHUBCIH. jr..
feg - Mo. 66 Weat Fourth-street.
llUliltl I Vis C! m A 17 1? 0 I
K 1 'I' M V I II N ' ' II i K X !
as, IB AUW iBlia
Februaty and March.
THESE TWO MONTHS GIVE US THE ,
worst winter weather we have In this ollmate. -It
would be well for thoee who have not got the
Patent to order It at once, aa no Investment ean be ,
made tbat will pay eo well in eonnomy and comfort. .
For the proof of this fact, Inquire of any of the '
many thousands who are nownelng it In this oity.
Orders left at the F.AQLK 8TOVH STOBE. Mo. IT
West Fifth-street, or sent through mall, will receive .
prompt attention. J. B. UTAH, ..
fe9b Proprietor of Dodge's Patent.
Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of every description, which I am selling at a small
adranoe on Hew Terk prices, wholesale and retail. -
T. WEBB, ftm ;
1d4 Fifth-street, bet. Baee and Blay
WORK-BOXES j IVORY TABLETS
Jewelry Boxes ; Pearl Welch stands ;
Jewel Caakels ; Bohemia Toilet Bottles; ,
Jard-caaee ; Bohemia Jewol Boxes j .
Pocket-books: Tooth and Mail Brushes ; -
Pearl and Ivory Porte- Combe and Hair Brushes ( -monnalee;
Fleah abd Ciloth Brushes ;,
Berlin Wire Porte-monnalea, 0.
For sale by A LBIBT ROBS, Druggist,
fc7 8. W. cor. Blghth-et. and Weato.rn-row.
I-MNE IMPORTED HAVANA CIGARS,
JL' of 1
the choicest brands, tor sale by
B.W. enr. Klsbthj
rands, tor sale by
LBKBT BOSS, bragtist,
Klsbth-et. and Western-fir
Rsfl BRLS. IRISH MOSS,' JTJST RE-
SJ1F HEIVKD and for aale bv
B. W. oor. Elshib-st. anil Wee tern-row.
WHERE SHALL I DINE P
-GO TO - 1
No. 251 Walnut-street, . , v '
A few coors above Blxth. next door to Todd's Oyster
Depot and Butter Si ore. ' "
8oups, Oysters, tiame, riah. Heats, Tea, Coffee,
Ac, cooked in a clean and wholesome manner, free
frera grease or slops. , . ., ,
A few gentlemen can obtain board by the day or
week, on very reasonable terms Single meals, all
sheet ceteraa included, of the beat, l& cents. Call,
and try. - ' fe!4 .
OF ALL DESOBimONS. ' ' .
GEOftGE A. PETER.
No. 1H7 Weat FUifc-atreeu '
BV Twenty par cant, cheaper than elsewhere In .
the city. feI3om ..'
0. FLICKNER HAS REMOVED HIS
Leather and Finding Store to Mo. 23 Mala-
street, four doors below Sixth. He returns his sin
cere thanks to his old friende and uttotnere for their
liberal patronage, hoping a continuance 01 tne same,
reeling confident 1 oan oner great inducements,
buyers will do well to call and examine before pur-, s
chasing elsewhere. fe!5aw
Tin-ware, Spouting, &o.
-- -w -- . s.s--
NO. U VIMK-STBXIT, NBAS FBONT, .
TTEErS ON EAKD AKD
I Stove-pipe furnished and put up at short notice,
I liajosfl -.
I L . "
TUBKil n nntar all varletlsa af Tin and Sheet.
Iran Ware, Publio Lanterns, and other articles in
hJi line. Manufactures te order all varieties of Me-
Sallle Booting, Tin, Copper aad Sheet-Iron. i. .;
Intan, Clu. .lam an hand.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
A lew sieves on nana to aupose oi enssp wr
A. B. COLYILLEa
No. 41 Vast Bsoond-street, between Sycamore aad :
HrAsdwav. inneianan- Keena everr eacrisDon or .
Ceanter, Flatferas, Cattle, Ha 1 1 rend sTwpeg, :
aad T rsiek Soalss; Traiet;, . . , . .
, Iron WaaaaB, eVe. ,H .j..
- Hepalmg done on tle shortest aotses. aol-f ""''S
; ' LANE .ODLKY,
AND RCULAR SAW MILLS,
Csrwer Jeha auad.Wster sCislBUBatl,0.
we.lr ' . ,
EDWIN FREEMAN, M. D HAS EBU
MOTID to Mo. 174 Vine-street, east side, above
Fourth. . teisamy
COUNTY-ROAD N 0 T 1 0 E. Notice It
barah. alran that a satitloa erlll he In 1st
to the Board of County Cnmmlasionen
south-west, corner of a certain
I northwardly aero.
to the Board of County Commissioners of Hamilton .
County, Ohio, at their March Bead Seealoa, A. D.
1880, praying to lay out and establish a Ooonty ea4
in Delhi Township, in said county, beginning at Use
In section twelve (It) In said Delhi Towashia, he .
MM universalis! unai-oai vaawss)
across the west end of said tot, and
ne rent ana joob .
the township of Delhi atoresald. ,
Ih-Muh iha land, nf Valantlns Fftlir and Job
Farcell, to the wareww end jupta svaa xunpuu, ia
FRUITSSO drama aad half-drama fife ;
noboxet MR. aad Layer Batatne) 800 half and
oarter-boxes Batalaa ; 100 Bags 1-runee. aim mar-
, raais,uiiron, am, my. X"5 .
AARON A. eJOLl
Mos. BIS aad Sal Mala-w.
aTlUBA HONEY. Choice Ceba Hoaey, la
J k-rra'a. tai-haral and k-aa. In gbiM -1 exr