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wjstb," ro KAim." -ron mwht," f I OUT," "FOUND," BOARDING," eU,-i. aerrsiiimisti easslief neater lasse leadfe, not sessssla ea ee Hues, fill Se lasernS MxAriUmt, .mVANTBn-FlT or six jood Dining-room 1 vv Boys tor flrst-olas hotel In the conntrr. ftplT thin evenlng.et JH o'clock, nt th Walnut-at, louse Ornoe. Good n-fernnee required. XV A WT B -I M Dl A T I.T-Two if lu-nuiri, anpire makers. 4 pplr t 908 Centref-av. UM-b' J WANTM-TWO GOOD COOPRBB-To (TO a ww ehort iiistano into the eottntrr. Stevir work during tbe lntr Apply at 100 Syturmre Jtreet. from a to So olock V. JB., tbla day, 4th, or S to 10 . M on Monday, nth. XVAITrn-Fonr experienced Shirt-makers v will find employment t the Boston Shirt J"!orZ' J,,?,s,xlh between Vine nd Rtct chlo Medical College Bnlldlng). jas-b TITIHTED-A OIHL AcMistotnei) to general Tv housework, at Mo. 118 Brotvdway. below Tourth. ja3b VANTBnBI'I'DATl0N-A" s'"k r assist 1 ant tmok-keeper, by a married man of ezpe Hence. Would not objeo to go to the oountry, address M. II. 0., tbie olfioe. ja.1 b ANTFD-Aliw boarders ran be accommo. Vent corner of Jihh-it. and Broadwa: dated emap, to suit the times, at tbe aoutb- fth-et. and Broadway. ja.j V HK, BUCHANAN, VANTKn-0PTlNO OLflBK Applicant! 'will address, in their own writing, Lock Box TBS, Pot-office, giving their address. jaJ b WANTED STEAMBOAT Vor whloh I will trade a farm of acres in Marion Co., Tenn.. 840 acres under Improvements ; or a farm of SO acree In Wayne Co., Ind., under flne Improve ments; or a beautiful rsld'-nce in Richmond. Iud, jaa-n- j. v. MftnuvsK, 07 west TBIra-at. WANTED-BO ABD-By an elderly lady, la a trlctly private family, or nnd lib ted respect ability, where the comforts of a bnme may he en jeyed. Boarding house keepers need not answer this advertisement. Address Box Mo. 1,114, Foil. imco, stating terms, location, etc. jaJ b VATEDA BITUATION-By a girl, to do vv general huuicwork in a private family. Country preferred Apply at 306 lm-st., corner ofMnln, Quod raferencee given. Ja3 b WANTFD A TKN ANT For a Cottege 8tire, wita om room and kitchen attached, at No, 134 Clinton et Price low. j3 b WABD-TWO OIBLS-One a good plain cook : the must be a ffod washer and (rnnnr : lhe other to attend the door, do chambei work, and n ust be a good plain sewer Apply at No. 09 knst x mu st, alter in A, M. cee-D- fVAtlTED-l wlh to sell out my stock and V V business, as I am obliged to leave theoity. 1 have a good stand aud am doing a good cash cubit ess. which aill be readily seen. A cash cap lial of ffiflti or iVoo only required. Address K II., rost-ofnee, Clnclnuail. j3 a HlTANTtD-A GIRL To do general noma. w w work ; : also, one ontnnelent to run a Wholap .ft Wilson txwlng machine. Apply at No. tl'JO Mad-ison-et, Newport, Ky. ja3 b "iVANTKO-TWO WAGON PATNTER9 For WW Uovernment wagons, at J AS. L. HAVKN & CO.'B, 177 Becond-st , near num. ja3-b WANTE D-I M M SDIAT KLT-An experienced German Diuggiat. ' Gall at 4SI Ueutr.l avenue. jaJ-b A lady having a Sewing-machine. v wishes a situation in a private family, to run It on tailoring work. The machioo will etitcb both ecine ant flue tailors'twork. The lady is a tnilor ri-s by trade and nnderstands ber business well. Price not so much of an object as a poud comforta ble situation, whore sbe can have board and iho comforts of home. In a g iud private family. Tailor or any person wa iting rnch, will do well to call at 33'J Beventn-et., bet. Mound and Cutter. js2 c WAMTKD A F(NJ COLOBKD LIKB NESM Nearly lifo size. You can get one at AI'PLK GATB'8 N w btar Gallery, tltt Flfth-st , iu a good frame for S4 All kinds of email Pictures at one third the price charged at other galleries, dt-31-tf WANTED P ORTBill S-In oil colors, nearly lile site, for f 10, by a superior artist ; also, Dsguerrectypes of deceased or absent persons -enlarged and painted in oil. for the mma price, at JOHNSON'S Galleries, if 0 Flfth-st. aud Ninth and Main. de3ii-h WANTKD-FIFTY M B -Immediately, to go to Liouitville as Teamsters. Term-, 12(1 ver moath and tound. Call at tbe Galt Homo from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M L. BUBB.Nd. tdeiB f J ' WANTKI)- Every body to know that, although Gcal-otl has advanced five cents per gallon, wholesale, LUTUY 4 fOX, corner Mala and Sev enth ats., sell the best Masville Goal-oil (not well cil) at 45 cents per gallon retail. de27-r WANT II D -The advertiser bat some .'icellent Lands iu Iowa, which be is desirous to trade for Furniture. Wonld trade for the entire lurniture of a family docllning beusekeeping. Address W. 8., Press Office. no21-tf WANTED. FOR SALE. fJaOR SA1.F-A SALOON -The old-established etand on tbe noi th-west corner of Ludlow and Front-sts. is ofJered for rent aud tbe fixtures frr ale. 1 he present owner is going In tbe army. Ap ply at II 3 Parl-st. ja4-b IOK 81,K-0K BRNT A two and-a-half- story Dweling, No. 110 Nintb-st.. boiweea llm and Plum. Apply to BKTH L. IHO.IIS JN. outh-east corner of Pearl and Bace-sts. de31-f FOR HALK-bOITK-AnexoelleDtClty Boute on a daily pspor. Ii quire tbts evening, at seven e'elo k, at Mrs. Buchauao's Boarding-bouse, B- W. corner Fifth-st aud Broadway. de26 I7OR 8ALB-0B TBAOB The advertiser has .' a Town lot in Xenia, Ohio, SOilM), whioh be will sell low for casta, or would trade for a piono or furniture a bargaiu. Address b. W., Press Otlioe. no2tfl fT'OR SAL.K-One-half or the wh ile of one of JsL the best printing orlices in Indiana. Loca tion fine, tjpt goud and patronsge very fair. Jfor particulars, address PtttM'fiB, Press Olnoe. (uo29 tf I FOR HA LB A F ABM -Of 77 acres. In Ran dolph Couuty. iLdiaua, 2 miles from Win chester, the couuty seat Price, $400 cash, or $12 60 per acre, one quarter down, balance on long time For full particulars, apply to i. TODD, it.1 J Walnut-at., Ciuuinnatl. de!2-tf FOR AlB-80MK RXCELLBNT LAND In luwa. w. uld pay part cash and balance in land fur a small tar near Cincinnati, AddreBi S. H , Prena Orbce. novu tf I7OR 6AI.B CHEAP A eplendid Fur Over. 1 coat, it is made of Beaver aud Lyuz sklns and Is gotten np ! tbe best manner. A splendid article, and just tbe thing for tbuse who have driving to do. It can be teen at tbe PttKSt OS-HICK, and will be old tor lees than naif it worth. de4-tf FOUND. IOrND-NECKLAOC On Kace-st;, a smalt ' coral Becklace, with gold olasp. Tbe owner csn have it by calling at this office and paying tor tote notice. i "eT7Mi TJat D That money eaved la money won. All M leyas aeonle on thtirwarto towu. nleasa call first at 14I "Jlnton at., abere Coal Oil, Lamps suiu an uie r imna are to ne nau cneap. jaj-n BOARDING. llUAHDlnU- A Iiifly and gentleman, or two gentlemon can be accommodated with a pleas ant Irtmt room, Mtb or without boarding, at 60 Saratoga aire., Newport, Kf, Aluat furnish the vooin j at u OaHDI0 -A gentleman and wife, or two aixg e f utlmtn, cn accommodated with at pitaai.t IroLt rjum nod board; alio, a few day t artier cau be accommodated with board at 444 i'luui at- jav-b FOR RENT. -BTOR BUST-TWO FBAMB UODHRe-Nos. iMJ AT and At 01 servaterr-ioad, opposite Prro Carden. e pplj at the aoutb-west corner of i'iftb gnu uroaaway, in ine grocery. ja o- lilR BBNT-ROOMS-Three rooms on first .a aud two on ei-oona noor, at at uroaaway. Bent lew, to euit tbe timee jat-b eTMlB BBNT-A HOUSE-A cot'age house, 80 M Hill st, bttween Third and Fourth, uow'y tainted and In good repair, JTor particulars, In quire as S'4f ra-nrin-at. jaj-u- TfjOR BKMT-TWO R00M8-Front and back, js on Ainin-si., aotweeu veuirai-av. ana joun-treet-'o. 1A7T jj3-b HUNT-TWO BEAUTITUL BOOMS li i. foi nulied, with er without board, at A00 West Tblrd-al ji3-b I740R BBNT-TWO B0USE3 - Two-story . Bricks, ol fi'ur rooms aud kitchen, all .piaered niisn.n.(l. and in f.od r&uai r : nvdrant aud cis tern; tri-nt ana back euiiaiico, Nns. 4tl aud V'sda-st . west i f Lynu tiulxa but suiull utuiilas atxd prompt paying Unenas nted apply. Inquire itU7 Wane St. ja'-u- VmR KKNT-A furnUhed house of tlx rooms, JT in cmllnte order, lu waateru part of city, cou anient to railroad. Will rant cheap to a prompt tenant. Apply to W. H. DOit A, 7b West Thlid alreet. jad LOST. OBT-BhS.AHTPIN On the Newport ferry, I Caveo araaatpia-a memento. 1 Tne nuder saviul It H WILSON, Maot and rhoe Imlsr, lurk-etreet, Let ween tteliTue ana ilea lean, aewpori, ay. ( . a Uaa bl ... fiHT-BBA8TPl-OB Okrlstmas eve. a gold A bn-aitplu- tbiee leaveeon a plain oval bead. Ibe fierier will be eultablr rewarded upon leaving i-at Is West tourlh at-. ! Peel olbua.' jal u i. e nist a nit bly mam now slbauv. . , JL euateiuiw tbe Newe of tbe Weak, both roratg u4 Loeal, aud a Talegrapbio auiaary eg Iveael wuewkere, np to tbe buur ef gulag to preaa.- i ' eaie a4 lh OuaU-"su. PrUe 4 wafekl T SUbl laldiara, THEIR WIDOWS, OR OTBRR RIIRB OT TH09 WHO BAT! PIID OB BERN KILLED IN THE HEBVIUB. MT. TTANOVKR, ATTORNEY AND Connselor-at Law, 57 West Thlrd-st , will five his attention to the Prosecution of Claims for Bounty Land and Pensions. Pensions procured for sold If rs of the present war, who are disabled by reason of wonnds received or disease coutracted while in service t and Penslnas, Bounty Money and AKREABAGBH OF PAY obtained for widows or other belrs of those who htive died or been killed while In service. He will attend promptly to col lections and legal business of all kinds. BrrnrNcrs. Hon. Bellamy Btorer, Peter Naff A Rons. 1). B. Plereon A Co , Tweed A Sibley, Clncln. rati; Brig. Oen. J as. 8. Wadsworth, U. 8. A. I Hon. George 8. Bastings, Mount Morns, N. Y. 1 Hon. Dwlpht Lcomls, M. C. Bockville, Conn.: Hon. ;-ott Lord, Genoaeo, N. T. de!9 THE DAILY HIESS. 8AT1JRDAT JAwItaRY 4 Fire Weak for Fifty Cerute. The Bailt Cinciknati Prxsi is furnished wgn larly and promptly by onr carriers for Tag CtJtTt a week-riva wkeki for fifty cents. The other city papers cest fifty cents for roue whsks. The Pans givee all tbe Begular Telegraph Dispatches; ha more Olty News than tbe others, and contains a dlgeet of all tbe current news of the day omitting the long and dry details. In these time of trial te very body's pockets, the saving of a week't sob crlption each month Is an item well worth consid ering. It is our Intention to make the Pints the People's Paper. AnvKETisKMKNTS trit low. City News. HgTEOBOf OGICAL ObsIRTATIONS B TTanrv Ware, No. 7 West Fourth-st., Januar 3: " O'cfoc. Boromefsr. Taerflwrasrsr. T A. H. 29 AT Ahavamm M I'M.... !0 Above aero 31 t. M ............2 U Above aera-U at a it i CbaROI The Fifth Ohio Battery, nnw In Mifsonri, has been changed to the Second Ohio. Eemimbkb that the lariresL cheanant anrl best stock of Boota and Shoes is at Lawaon & Uo.'s, 86 t ltth-etreet, near Vine. Oystsbs. Robert Orr. No. 11 West Fifth. street, is still in receipt, by express, of Maitbj'i celebrated oysters. Give him a call. THE BktBRL Cohcebt. Tbe net nrnr.OArla derived from the Bethel Mission Sabbath School concert, given some time since. amount to $331 10. EeCBIVBD Obdbrs. We lanrn from fnlnm. bus that Colonel Doubledav s cavalry reei ment, now quartered at Camp Dennison, has uea uruereu to nansas. SknTEHCID. Arthur Hnrrhna. whn mne dered Policeman Nuttles, some time ago, was vc.ti Aa-rr ,,nianMI1 n ... 1 1 ; went vj juuge juauon. Sketch Club. A ineetino- nf tha Rltotol, Club will be held this evening at the rooms oi iota u. j ones. usq. rne members will De the gaests of Mr. James Beard. 1 aw In MtMOBiAM. The teachers of our rmblin Schools will meet this afternoon at tha hmm. cil unamber. to pay an appropriate tribnte of respect to tne memory ot Uyrus Knowlton, ucteatwu Thb best and cheanost bonta and ahnaa aro at Lawson & Co.'s, 96 Fifth-street, near Viae. Religious BishoD Bedell will nreacb at St. Paul's Church in the morning, and at St, vwuu m iw vtvuiuk, w-uiurruw. MlEBIOHABT CoNYHNTloR. The Committea of Arrangements for the Union Missionary Convention will meet this afternoon, at 3 u uiucs, in ur, xnompson s stuuf. Bivalves. Cavaena. No. 31 West Fifth St., knowing the desires of the community, wisneB to announce mat ne naa in store t quantity of those superior oysters sold dur ing tbe holidays. Personal. Lieutenant Josenh Miller, of uompacy v, csecona Kentucky Kegiment, in General Cox's Brisade. now Quartered at iinarieEion, v a , arrived in tne city yester day. Lieutenant Miller was formerly an r,t .i r . t . .. auacne oi tne commercial umce. Installatios. The following officers were last evening installed in their respective po sitions in Wilder Encampment No. 1, 1. O. O. F.: John M. Wunnenberz. 0. P : Judah Hart, S. W, S. E Hutchimon, H. P.J Richard h. ureene, J. w.; uavid 11. Scott, Scribe; JS. a. Liooeii, neasurer. For cood boots and shoes, co to Lawson & vo., vb K mu-street, near v ine. Inqukst. Tbe Coroner yesterday after noon held an iDquest over the body of Alice O'Reilly, aped twenty five years, found in tne Miami uanal, near Uigutn-street. she was near-sighted, and had probably walked in tne canal, at an early Dour in the morn ing. Yerdict of jury, accidental drowning, Accident. An elderlv eentleman named Conrad, slipped this morning near the corner of Eighth and Freeman-streets, and dislocated his hip bone. Be was carried to Dis residence, and medical attendance bronght immediately into requisition. The bone was replaced, but the shock will con fine the injured man to bis room for a long time. Retubnimo. Several members of tbe Forty-seventh Regiment, who have been in tbe city for several weeks, confined bv sick ness to their rooms, have so far recovered as to be enabled to leave this afternoon on the Allen Lolliei, for Camp Gauley, where this regiment is stationed. , Skibmish in Wbstibr Viboinia. A gen tleman inst from Barboursville. informed us of a skirmish which occurred on Christmas Day, at a point about ten miles from tbe camp. A scouting party from the Thirty fourth Ohio Regiment, under Lieutenant West, encountered a similar party of rebels, and A skirmish ensued, which resulted in the rebels being put to flight, leaving three killed and five wounded. Lieutenant West lost none of his men. Ao to Voluntxibs. We ascertain that the following are among the places that have been supplied during: tbe past two weeks. vizi Louisville Hospital, through tbe United tales banitary uommission : camp at bill abetbtewn, two camps in Missouri, two camps in Western Virginia, Hospital at Gau ley linage, Uiocinnau Military Hospital ic, amounting to the following articles. vis: 2B9 woolen shirts, 3'JO pairs socks, 281 pairs drawers, 78 blankets, 69 bed-comforts aud quilts, 30 sheets, 24 knives and forks, 12 tin-cops, n coats, i pairs Dooisana snoes, 28 pairs pants, 17 pairs mittens, 6 vests. 10 cans nun, sc. "Give me your card, for you sell cheaper than any other bout e in tbe city, and I wish to send my friends here," such is the general rt mark of those who, after walking all over the city, nnd that Lawson U0-, va Filth- street, is tbe cheapest house in the city for good boots and Btioea ACOiDiNTi Yesterday afternoon a lane drove of mules were shipped on board the steamer - hetta for Louisville. A negro named Williams was employed to assist setting the mules on board the steamer. After tbe animals had been got aboard they became frightened aud stampeded. Williams, who was mounted en a horse, was pushed over the guards of the boat into the river. While in the water he succeeded in getting loose from tbe horse, and struok out for the shore, closely followed by his horse, who, swimming, struck the negro on the head with his bools, inflicting injuries that will doubtless prove fatal Dr. Saddler is attend ing him. j naa whose name we war unable learn, had an eye put out yesterday some one thrusting knife Into . it, Tbe unfortunate individual had previously let the) use of aa eye, . and ; therefore ia new totally blind, Dr. Seymour is waiting upon th Mil', sr, .;. ,,, INKLINGS. On tbe second Monday of Jannarv the sale of delinquent property for non-payment of taxes will commence at the Court-house. Both of our Congressmen. Messrs. Pendle ton and Gorley, who have been home spend ing the holidays, returned to Washington ight before last. There Is no chance In military matter at Camp Dennison, with do addition of troops during tbe past week, or order! for those now there to march. Washington Encamnment. No. 0. have elected tbe following olllcers for the ensuing year: O. P. Samuel Wright; II . P. E. M. Davipj 8. W. Robert Jonte; J. W. W. B. Clark; Scribe D. Baker: Treasurer G. A. Stinger. During tbe week endlnrr vesterdav. one lunatio was sent to 'the County Asylum, by decree oi tne rrooaie liourt. The fall of snow vesterdav hag fnrniahurl the boys with abundance of sport. They are out in force this morning with their sleds, ana seem to be enjoying themselves hugely. The little Steamer Sandv Valleu arrived here yesterday from Sandy River, fur a load of Government stores, which she takes np to-night. The supplies are for Colonel Gar- neia s command. During; the week ending- vesterdav. one final paper of naturalization was granted by tne rrooaie uourt, ana two aliens declared their intentions to become citiie'ns. A house on Long worth street- between Race and Elm, was partially destroyed by K -a tk. U-lf : V.i..ir ui. iaca u'au UBll-poai, 111UQ f vlUCa. City Council. At the special meotinir of Council, held last night, the following correspondence was ieaa: OFFICE OF THE CITY CITY OF CINCINNATI, January 3, 1862. To lhe BonoraU the dry Council: I herewith transmit a communication which I have received from Major Macrae, of tne unite a o'ates Army, asking to rent from tne city ine urpnan Asylum Lot and Build ings for army purposes. I submit tbe matter to the conaidarAilnn oi tne council, and am, n uu murn reepect, GEORGE HATCH. Mayor. HEAD QUARTERS O. V. REC'O SERVICE, CINCINNATI, O., January 3, 1862. Bi$ Hcnar Uayor George hatch, dndnnaH. 0.: bH lhe undersirned (a nrilered he th President of the United States to superin tend tbe recruiting service for the regiments ef volunteers from the State of Ohio, accepted iuiu us srinj w wo united states. 1 am required by the same authority to. select a depot ''for collecting, drilling: and organizing- volunteer recruits for those regiments." I consider the barracks on Elm-street, in this cur, a suiiaoie piece tor tne depot. I there fore most respectfully ask the Honorable Authorities of Cincinnati, who control tbe property, to rent it to the Government nf tha United States for tbe uses and purposes above indicated. It is well to remind von that tha service I am aoout to perform is in behalf of ine mate ana volunteer rorce, and for its benefit exclusively, as long as it is in the service of the United States. I consider tbe service now ordered as of vast benefit and importance to onr common interest. i Dave the honor to be Your humble servant, N. C. MACRAE, Major U. S. A., Superintendent Recruiting Service Ohio Vol unteers. Mr. Stokes submitted a resolution, anthnr. izioB Major Macrae to ocennv tha nremiooa at a rent nf $160 Der month. " juage warren moved, in amendment, that mo ituuio Buujrct db reierreo, witn power to act, to tbe Military Committee, in connection wuu mr. oioaes. Judge Warren having withdrawn bin amendment, the original resolution was passed ny a unanimous vote. Mr. nggieBton presented the follow no-. wuicu wan reierreu io me Law committee: CINCINNATI, December 28, 1861. To tht City Council of the City of Cincinnati: Being advised by mr counsel that the contract made between the city of Cincinnati on tne one pari, ano jonn f. u amiss and myself on the other part, dated on or about tne bid day ot ebruarv. lads, is of no obli. cation upon the parties thereto, and esoe. cially on the part of said city. I do hereby give notice to the City Council that I shall, under said contract, cease to furnish a ferry landing and to run terry-boats, as contem plated by paid contract, from and after the Tin ot next. SAMUEL WIGGINS. Mr. Mayer introduced the following;, which was unanimously adopted : ittsoivca, mat a committee be anoointed to act in conjunction with the Board of Com missioners ot Hamilton County, committee of citizens, together with tbe Chamber of Commerce, to devise some plan and corre epoDd with tbe GeDera! Government about tbe practicability of selecting Cincinnati as a site tor erecting a National Armory. Messrs. Stokes, Maoson, Johnson and the President, were appointed said committee. inereupon council adjourned. Bbokb His Abm. Yesterday afternoon a number of boys were amusing themselves by slidina down a hill, tbe foot ot which is on ocnuier-street, between sycamore and Hughes. One of them, a lad aged about twelve years, named Wm. Armour, bad his left arm broken by his sled dashing against ine euro-stone. Shooting. A vouncr man named Charles Roberts has been arrested, charged with ma liciously snooting a lad iii-iied rhino ovm- onds, on Mew-Year's day. From what we have learned of tbe atlair, we are inclined to think the shooting was accidental. Young itooeru win be arraigned before Judge Sax- nn on aionoay. Thb Mibbt Dahce. The terpsichorean entertainment at Union Hall last night was largely attended by tbe lovers or tbe dance. Tbe entire arrangement was suitable to all and a credit to tbe managers. The fund realized by the fair and tbe aotres will prove quite large, and win make many a poor or- pnan s peart giao. Gallamtbt. A lady named Mrs. McCabe, in tne act or crossing toe street at tne Inter section of Main aud Front streets, yesterday atiernoon, supped and tell unon tne side walk with such violence as to break one of ber arms. Tbe accident was witnessed by tbe Clerk or the Allen vollier, Ubarles Hon tigg. Esq., who called a hack, helped tbe wo man in and bade the driver take ber home on Butler-street. Coohit CoMHissioMiBs. The following bills were signed tbis morning lor payment. by tbe Board: John Frank, for hauling stone from County Work-bouse to Harrison Road, $57. J. H. Scott, for repairing Dun- lap s unoae, in uoierain rownsQip, ia a. Brown, for hammer-handles for County Work house, $6. John Mathers, for one hundred bushels of coal for toll-gate on Sbarpsburg Road, $14. Candles aud coal for same toll-gate, $4 90. M. Heleritz, for window-Hgnts in uouoty jail, ti id. Tsbbiblb Accipibt. A gentleman named Arthur Lovejoy, who resides in Ulitton, was coming down Vine-street bill, yesterday, in a buggy, and wben near Scbnell's brewery his vehicle came in collision with a wagon loaded witn stone, 'lhe baggy was shat tered to atoms, and Mr. Lovejoy thrown out. and bis skull and arm broken. The unfor tunate man was conveyed to his home in Clifton, where be lies in a otitic! condition. It is the opinion of bis physicians that his injuries win prove ratal. 1 : ' on to by m-i 4 Ohio Tboops Missoubi. Captain Hoff man's Ohio Battery is with General Curtis, and I'aptain Mucneu ana uepuin mckea- lonner'a Artillery companies, also from Ohio. are at Jefferson City. Captain Mitchell's men. were much delightii to receive their guns, pent Oat with' Captain' TellmadtrV by tbe Quartermaster General of Ohio. Captain Conalable'a Ohio Battertia at Sedaliai also a portien of the Gfoeebeck Regiment part of wnica are at A-aimyra, ' wauou w am tne troops .Ohio baa In Missouri,' except the dgutjriujia, negimeui, ot w weew v . j LAW REPORT. COMMON PLEAS. Sirtinoi roR Foroirt. O. Garretson at- peered before Judge Mallon, to-day, and withdrew bis former plea of not guilty, upon an indictment charging bim with passing a forged check on a bank in this city and put io a plea of guilty. Frem the statement made to the Court, (t appeared that defendant made a deposit of money at the Laravette Bank, representing himself as an army contractor. Io a short time after be deposited at this bank a draft on the Merchants' Bank at Cleveland for $4,500, end subeqnently drew against it to ibe amount of $2,000, and received the mmey. tie deposited a dratt on tne same bank for $3,5 CO with Gilmore, Dunlap k Co., and called a few days afterward to check out $1,800. Between tbe time of bis deposit at this latter bank and the presentation of bis check, they discovered the draft was an altered one rltered from $35 to $3,500, as was aiso mat deposited witn tne Lalayette Bank, and they had bim forthwith arrested. The $2,000 obtained from the Lafayette Bank was found at the time on bis person. It is supposed be is connected with other parties, who have carried on extensive bus mess in tbis line; and his attorney (r. A. Logan) says be bag been seduced and made tbe victim by these others.' juuge maiion sentenced bira to six years imprisonment in tbe penitentiary. In tbe case of Trentman and wife vt. Gro. ver, tried before Judge Hoadly, the jury found that a deed for real estate was given ouiy as a id or ip age. At a joint session of tbe Common Pleas, E. C. Baldwin and Peter Bell were appointed to set with the Prosecuting Attorney in tbe examination of the accounts of the County Commissioners. AMUSEMENTS. Wood's Tiiiatir. Mr. Proctor annears to night as "Gio," the Armorer of Tyre. Tbe bill embraces two dances and a song. and concludes with The Robberi of tht Heath. On Monday night Miss Maggie Mitchell will appear. FAIRY Land. This grand nrnrlnr.tinn nf art is, we are pleased to say, meeting with comparative success. The panorama com bines the ideal with the real, and tbe looker on knows not whether he dreams or not. The artittt has most wonderfully depicted tbe beautiful effects of his imagination in colors most delicate and pure. Do not fail to see toe wors. Palaci Garpih. The manaremant nf tbis place of drama, music and wir, are con tinually adding to their already large tronpe of peiformers. Novelties of pleasing qualities are produced nightly with wen- derlul effect. Siiith k Nixon's Hall. The cbarminrr eantatrke, Madame Anna Bishop, will appear on Tuesday night. This lady has been well received iu every city she has appeared in, for tbe listeners could not but acknowledge ber powers as a songstress, worthy of the nignesi merit, i ne Madame will be assisted by other artulet ot some renown. The sale of seats for tbis, her only concert, will com- meuoe at Smith & Nixon's Piano-rooms, on M.J.. -ii,. k 1 Sacbid Conckrt. A concert for the bene fit of orphans will be given to morrow even ing at the Cathedral, by the choir of that church, assisted by amateurs, and an orchestra of thirty performers. Tbe grand feature of this musical entertainment will be Mendelssohn a Forty-second Psalm, rendered in all its magnificence and grandeur. Polioc Coprt. There was a grett falling- off this morning in the number of cases on tbe docket, as compared with yesterday. Only thirteen persons were arraigned before tbe court tnree tor drunkenness and fonr for disorderly conduct. William Collins was sent to the City Prison for twenty days, on the charge of vagrancy. Jacob Horn was nned S3 for committing an assault and battery unon Herman Nied- feld, and $2 for being disorderly. Thomas Ryan was arraigned on tbeeharo-a of stealing an overcoat, valued at $10, from a man named Williamson, in Third street. He plead guilty to tbe charge, and was sen tenced to four months' imprisonment In tbe County Jail. Wag Wallace was sent up for thirty dava on the charge of drunkenness. James H. Taylor and Russell Thomas were fined' $2 each, the penalty of a little spree. William Moran was found in a bakery on the corner of Elm and Third streets last night, under suspicious circumstances. He was arraigred tbis morning on the charge of burglary, and committed to jail to await his trial before the Criminal Court. In a Pbipicahikt. A man named Evans was convejed to tbe Pearl street Station- bouse last night while laboring under an attack of mania-a-potu. During the night he managed to get out, and wag found at a very unreasonable hour in tbe privy vault of tbe Btatiou house, which is about sixty feet deep. He bad climbed down about ten feet, and wben discovered by Officer Bright, was seated on a cross-piece Quite uncon cerned. He was taken out and properly cared for. . He is still confined in tbe station- house. Dyino. Michael Welsh, who was shot and cut in an affray on Christmas day by a man named William Conner, and bis wife, Mary Conner, was in a dying condition at the Com mercial Hospital this morning. The Con ner s are in custody, and will undergo an ex amination in the Police Court on Monday. Fob Eixtcckt. Mr. John Ferguson, Sut ler, will leave early on Monday for Ken tucky. Any letters left for bim to-day or to morrow at the corner of Ninth and Vine will be delivered. COVINGTON NEWS. but ¬ satisfaction has lately been expressed at tbe manner in wnicn tne street lamps are c'eBned and kept in repair, that office being performed by the Gas Company, they having a contract for tbe same. At a meeting of Council beld last evening, It was resolved to annul tbe existing contract, and employ private partus to do tbe work, in obedience to which, Mr. J. H Condell, Chairman of tbe Committee on Public Lamps, will receive proposals up to Thursday next, for linhtinar. extinguishing, keeping clean and reporting all necessary repairs required on tbe street lamps, for tbe period ot one year. Bidders to state tbe amount per month required by ibem. OooriLLows' Hall Association. The annual election for Directors of this Associa tion takes place on Monday next, the 6th inst. f Tea Elictiob To Day. This affair it passing off very quietly. It is supposed tbat only about a two tniros vote win oe polled. Tbe principal interest is taken in tne umce ot uuy viers, tor wnicn tne contest is quite spirited. We were not able to ob tain any idea of the result at the time we visited the polls. CoNCLDSiev or thb Habias Cobfds Casb Tbe volunteer, Jas. A. H. McKee, was yes terday discharged from service by Judge Moore, or tne uircoit uouri. uonsiueraDie excitement was created by an attempt being made to rearrest the boy, a squad of soldiers being stationed around in uourt-nouse, having orders to tbat effect from Colonel at und v. tie succeeded, nowever, in mating bis escape. , Cibcoit Coobt. The case of John Cor nelius, charged with embezzlement, cou pled tbe attention of the Court yesterday and this morning; tbe case bad not been sab mitted to the jury wb-sn we left the Court room. Tbe case of K. H.Samuels will be called np this afternoon. -: Fiaa.A- fire broke out last night about nine o'clock in an old frame building situ ated on SeeooeVstreet, between Scott and Greennp. Tbe engines were promptly on tbe greuad, pat eouia not succeed la getting suppressed by tbe application of snow, and what water could be obtained In buckets. Tbe damage wag very slight. NEWPORT NEWS CoviKOToir and Nswport Bridoi Compamv. Tbe dirt (tors of this company have declared a dividend of Z per cent, on the last six months' proceeds. i Takino Down a Lawtkr. A story is told of a very eminent lawyer In New York receiving a severe reprimand from a wit ness on a stand whom be was trying to brew-beat. It was an important issue, and in order to esyo his cause from defeat it was necessary that Mr. A should Impeach the witness. He endeavored to do it on the ground of age. The following dialogue en sued : lawyer "How old are you ?'' Witness "Seventy-two years." Lawyer "Your memory, of course, is not so brilliant and vivid as it was twenty years ago, is it?" Witness "I do not know but it is." Lawyer "State some circumstances which occurred, say twelve years ago ; and we shall see how well you can remember." Witness "I appeal to your honor if I am to be interrogated in this manner it is in solent I" Judge "Yee, sir; stale it I" Witness "Well, sir, If you compel me to do it, I will. About twelve years ago you studied in Mr. B 'a office, did you not? ' : i Lawyer "Yes." Witness "Well, sir, t remember your father coming into my office, and saying to me 'Mr. D., my son is to be examined to morrow, and I wish you would lend me fif teen dollars to buy him a suit of clothes.' I remember also, sir, that from that day to this be has never paid me that eum. That, si.", I remember as though it bad been but yesterday." Lawyer (considerably abashed) "That will do, sir." Witness "I presume it will." EcBOPBAtr Gossip As an addition to Eng lish criticisms of Edwin Booth, previously published, the following, taken from a pri vate London letter, may be Interesting: Two cabmen were in front of the Hay market Theater, discussing tbe merits of Mr. Booth's "Hamlet." "'Ave you seen the new bactor, laddy?" "Aye, aye; me and my missus saw 'im play "Amlet.' "An' did you loike'im?'' "Well, I agrees with what tbe paper says somethings I loiked and somethings I didn't loike. He sot down when I see others stand np. I loiked tbe photograph scene with the 'Queen' it's bet ter than 'aving tbe picture on tbe wall. But I didn't loike 'is treatment of the 'Kimr when be and for old 'Poloneos" body; be ought to have shown more respect for the 'King.'" At this juncture a bystander, who bad listened to tbe conversation, reminded tbe street critics that "Hamlet" was assum ing madness that be bated tbe "King," who bad killed his father, etc., etc. "That may be ball very well," replied cabby, "but, your HoDor, I think be ought to show more re spect for tbe 'King.' The fact is, Mr. Booth's a Yankee, and you know Yankees bate kingf; that's the difficulty, your Honor." Valcb or A Diad Houni in Londob Hair from 8d. to Is used for hair cloth mattresses, in crushing seed in oil mills. Hide and tendons, 8s. leather, glue, gela tine. Flesh, 1. 8a. meat for men, dogs and poultry. Heart and tongue a mvsterr. In testinescovering sausages aud the like. Fat, 3s 4d used for lamps after diat'lling. Bones, 4s Cd. per cwt knife hiodles, pbos pboius, and superpborate of lime. Hoofs, 8s to 10s buttons and gelatine. Shoes, 2s. to 3s. old iron. Total value, trom 2i. 17s. 6d. to 3(. 4s. 0&. Scottish f armer. How women do admire weddingsl not tbeir own, but any body's. How they throng tbe churches "just to see tbe ceremony, you know." Then wbat animated descriptions of tbe whole euaii; wbat glowing accounts of wbat tbe biide ''bad on. What criticism of the biidtsmaid I In short, wbat an im mense amount of simper, giggle and prattle; all because two inoffensive young people are going, in an a legal and orderly way, to set up housekeeping. Ih Winter Quabtirb. It is stated upon good authority, to which we give implicit credit, tbat if a forward movement on tbe Potomac were ordered to-morrow, ten days would necessarily elapse before the columns could he made fit to march I After more than five months under our leaders, wielding tbe immense resources of ibis great nation, the army is not ready. Has Congress noth ing to saj? or is ibis Republic given up to quick destruction? Chicago Tribune. Tbe babit of drinking can be cured by giving the drinkers all tbe liquor they want to drink, all tbe time. We know of two In our own experience who were cured in three weeks. One jumped out of a fourth-story window and ran a curb-stone into his bead. Tbe otherdidn't get up one morning, and has now a curb stone growing over bis head in tbe graveyard. A rich joke is told of an eccentrio divine, who, while preaching one evening, was soroewbat troubled by one of the feminine gender, who after a while arose and walked out. "There goes the devil's daughter," he said. Tbe lady turned around, and, in a polite manner, said, "Good night, father." LiBiBAt. A merchant in this city, who is well to do in tbis world's goods, and has a son in tbe Eleventh Regiment, opened bis beart on Wednesday, and sent his ton a New Year's present ten ctnti worth of tobacco 1 1 It was tbe first thing the man was ever known to give away. Indianapolis Journal. Civil war has affected St Louis like a stroke of palsy. Thousands of inhabitants bave left that city within a year; and an immense number of stores and bouses are vacant, and all business, except Government contracts, is at a stand. "Why, my dear Mrs. Smith, what have you done with your piano?" "Oh, Mr. Smith insisted upon my disposing of it and buying instead a Bewiog-macbine for each of the girls. He says tbey would be much more teful, and would make much less noiBe." The Washington correspondents say that Postmaster-General Blair is desirous of a seat on the Supreme Court Bench. If he ia put there, the excellent Assistant Postmaster-General, John A. Kasson, of Iowa, is not unlikely to take bis place. A new cotton gin has been put in opera tion in Joneeboro', Illinois, and tbey will be numerously erected in tbe southern part of the State this winter, to prepare for tbe next season's crop of cotton on tue prairtef. The following note was lately received by a gentleman from bis overseer: "f lease send me by the boy a pair of trace chains. and two door binges. Jane bad twins last night also two padlocks. X ours, o." . ii mi . e It is stated that ainoe the correspondence between Mr. Seward and Lord Lyons, sev. eral very harmonising dinner bave taken place. There is nothiug like ft good dinner to adjust differences between publio men., In a letter to tbe America Minister at St. Petersburg, forwarded by tbe latest steamer, Prince Qortscbakoff says the Emperor has never ceased to avow bis hopea for the gran deur of the American Union. - i , i ' I There bas been an idle rnmor on the street tbat tb Northern Bank of Kentucky had suspended specie payments. There is not a . word o( train in H.LouiiUt Democrat Ii, LATEST BY TELEGRAPH NOON DISPATCHES. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS Buel's Army Close to the Enemy. LATE EOUTDERN ITEMS. English Occupation of Matamoraa, with Design of Opening Com merce with the South. A Gun-boat Sklrmith with a Battery. Serious Disaffection In the South to the Bebcl Government. LATER FROM KENTUCKY. The Bridge Over Green River Rebuilt. Washinotok, Jaruiry 3. It is said tbat circumstances have transpired within the last few days leading to the belief that it will not be difficult to designate with certainty the source from whence the rebels have de rived tbeir information within the last two months. IPpectal Dispatch te tre New Tork Trlbone.1 Washington, January 3. A dispatch re ceived here tbis evening from Lsuisvilie states up to the latest advices from Duel's army, no engagement bad taken place. It was expected that but little time would elapse before there would be a decisive bat tle fought or a rapid retreat. The rebels were teportf d to have taken their position, scd tbe Unionists were within one and a ba'f dava' march of tbem. Tbe Norfolk Day book, of January 1, con tains tbe following telegram: Kashvilli, December 31. A special dis patch to tbe Louisville Courier trom Hop kinsville says that Colonel Forrest's cavalry, about thrre hundred strong, and the Union cavalry, about the same number, met at Sac ramento, on Green River, on Satnrday, wben a skirmish ensued. About fifiy Union ists were killed, wounded and takeu prison ers. Our loss consists of Captain Ciay Merriwetber, of Louisville, and one private killed, and one wounded. The enemy tied ia great confusion. Tbe Richmond Enquirer of tbe 30th says tbat Bon. Vi m. M. Brown, an EueliBhman. formerly editor ot the New York Journal of Commerce, his been commissioned as acting Secretary ot State during the temporary at) pence trom Richmond of the Hon. R M. T. Hunter. Tbis confirms tbe report that Hun ter, with Breckinridge, bad sailed from Halifax for Europe. Tbe Richmond papers of the 28th say that Charleston was fired in several places on Sunday eveuing last. Several wooden build iogs of but email value were destroyed. It is almost certain that the Eaghsh will, if tbey have not already, occupy Matamo raa, with tbe design, it is feared, of opening rommeree wiib ttie rebel States by way ot Brownsville, exporting cotton and import ing contraband. [New York Heard's Dispatch.] A fight occurred on the 2d instant between the Uoion gun- boats Yankee and Anacoeta of tbe Potomac flotilla, and the rebel battery at Cockpit Point. Tbe missiles from the rifled gun of the battery struck the Yankee, doing but small damage. Several of the projectiles from tbe gun-boats took effect in tne miast ot tne oattery. [Times Correspondence.] Six rebel prifosers were sent to head quarters to day. They were taken by our pickets on tbe left wing of the army. Their information is deemed of high value, and stringent measures were taken to prevent all communication with thrm. Tbe rebels are expecting an advance or our army along tbe whole line. Tbey are more tbaa ever dtmoia'ized by diecords among their public men. General Magruder is believed to bave been relieved nf bis command at Yorktown, and General Wise, who bas been quiet since bis retum from Eastern Virginia, is ex pected to assume command there; or, if not there, at Fiedeiirk. There is a well founded belief of serious disaffection to the rebel Government at Charleston, amounting almost to insurrec tion, by reason of the apparent abandon ment of tbe South Carolina coast to na tional invasion, and tbe immense destruc tion of property that owners have willingly consigned to the flames. Tbey bave de suoytd not less than ten million dollars' wenb of oottoD, wbicb, at last accounts, tbey were deploring, as tbey supposed the blockade was about io be raised bv Emrland. and tbey might have sbipued and sold it. Tbey were holding Jtff Davis responsible for these disastrous losses, aud many citi zens were bold enough to say that the old Government was better than the new. Lodisvilli, January 4. Tbe biidge over Green River will be completed to morrow. Federal reconnoiesances are made almost daily south of tbe river. Tbe rebe's are retiring before Colonel Gar field, in Eastern Kentucky. Colonel Garfield ia advancing on Prestonabnrg. General Scboepff baa made several inef fectual attempts io draw Zollicoffer from bis Somerset intienchments. No prospect of an immediate general engagement there. All tbe Kentucky banks located where rebel domination prevails, bave been consolidated under Henry J. Lyons, formerly ot Lonis vill,as President, who has authority to run tbem for tbe Southern Confederacy. Ditboit. January 4. lu tbe Republican caucus at Lansing, last night, Jn--ob U How ard was unanimously nominated for United States Senator, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the dee.th of Senator Bingham. Fbkdibick, January 2. Official advices from Wiliiao'sport state that detachments of tbe Thirteenth Massachusetts and tbe First Maryland participated tn the rout of tbe rebel forces Tuesday. Our men buried twenty nine of the enemy, and it is supposed many afterward died ot tbeir wounds. ' Our Ioeb, according to private information, was five wounded aud none killed. Fobthess Monboi, Jauuarv 3 The steam- bra' George Wathington left Old Point at eleven o'clock this morning, aud proceeded up James River about bine miles above New port News, wben tbe rebel steamer North ampton was met, witb Union priaouers from Richmond. Tbey stepped on board under tbe protection of the national flag. As their names were called such happy looking men are seldom seen. Cheer alter cheer arose trom each boat as they ap proacbed, and tbe baud of the Fourth Artil lery played "Home Sweet Home," which added to tbe enthusiasm. As tbe boat pas-ed Newport News, tbe crews Of tbe United State's frigates Cumber land and Vongreee maoued tbe rigging, aud tbe troops at Camp Butler crowded the beach and the wharves, aud sent over tbe water tbeir shouts of welcome. Tbe Oto. Wathington arrived here on her return ttip about hulf past five o'clock, and tbe Baltimore boat, which was detained for tbe purpose, took the released prisoners to Baltimore. The -number released is 210, nearly all of whom were taken at the battle of Bull Run. i Tbe prisoners left Richmond about seVen o'clock this morning. Ou arriving here all who needed clothing were immediately sup plied by tbe Quartermaster's Department. ; A scooting party left tbis place morning and proceeded to Great Bethel, and found tbe place occupied by a squad of cavalry only. Tbe place was taken nossessioa of by the scouting party and a guard left there. I . Tbe names of tbe returned Ricbmotjd prisoners will be sent, if there are any from ine I" col. , j , , . CoBTLavD, N. Y- Jan. 4.--4 dertruotite fire broke out here last evening in the Ea4e Hotel, which was consumed, Lom about $9,000. No insurance. A hunesa fhon wm destroyed. Loss $2,000; no insurance. AW cabinet shop. Loss about $4,000, partly insarea. RocHssna. January 4. Hon. Alfred B'T arrived here to-day, and bad an antbusiaeiM reception. Alter a low days rest he take his teat in Congress. Arrival ef the Steamer Nertkera I.labt. Naw Yok. January 4. The steamer A or them Light arrived tbis morning from Ai-pluwall, with $710,842 in California treas ure. Five hundred bales of cotton, en route for England, have arrived at Panama. A much larger amount is goiog via Cape Horn. Ef forts are making to raise a very large crop tbe ensuing year of a superior quality. Chill is about to make active war against the Arancanian Indians. General Yanez was killed at Lapaz by the people, in revenge for assassinations ordered by him a month previous. In an attempted outbreak by Colonel Bal7,a, one hundred persons were killed, and himself badly wounded, and finally took refuge in the house of the Minister. General San Roman is elected President of Peru. He bas already been stoned in tha fleets of Arequipa. River News. Pitteburo, 4. River four feet six inches by pier-mark and falling. Weather cloudy and coo). New York Market. 4. Flour Receipt 4,f.ro brls.; market quiet and firm: sales of 8.000 brls. at $5 45(5,5 55 for superfine Stata; $5 7C5 80 for extra Stafp; $5 4G5 55 for cuperlinn Western; $3 755 90 for com mon to medium extra Western and shipping btands extra round hoop Ohio. Canadian Flour quiet and stead;; sties at $1(3)5 50 for fuperbne, and (5 ((j6 75 for common to choice extra. Rye Flour steady at $3 50 4 25. Receipts of Wheat, none; market very quiet and firm: sales of 15,000 bushels at $1 32 for North-wevera Club. Rje quiet at 81(a8Jc. Barley steady at 7J 80c. Corn No receipts; market quiet and steady: sales of 3, OtiO bushels, at 6165o. for mixed Western, in store and afloat. Oats fitmer, at 41(&43c. for Canadian, Western, and State. Pork unchanged: sales of 100 barrels, at $1?(&1250 for mess, and $89 50 for prime. Betf steady : sales of 400 brls. Cut Meats dull. Lard quiet and Btfldy : sales 100 brls. at VA3.bo. Bauer selling at ll15c. for Ohir, and 15 '20c. tor State. Cheese steady at 67c. Whisky quiet at 20?i21c.: sales of 150 brls., tbe latter an extteme price. Cotton very firm: sales of 200 or 300 bales middling uplands at 3G(g37c. Coffee is beld above tbe views of buyers. Rio IP 20c. Sugar quiet: 20 bbds. Cuba sold at He., and 10 do. Porto Rico at 9c. Mo lasses quiet but firm. Cincinnati Produce Market. [Furnished by the Merchants' SATURDAY EVENING, January 4. samples of Wheat ara scarce, with a good demand at full rates. Tbe lower grades are neglected and dull. We quote prime red at 8335c, and prime wbito at 8S90c. Cboioe white would M1 at &:95c, the latter rate for Kentucky, but there is very little to be had. The sales since our last were: 300 busb. prime fed at 8GJ4c , 300 do. do. do. at 86c , 300 do. good red and white at 85c , 300 do. bill at 843., COO do. good red at 82c , delivered, 300 do. prime red at 84c, and 100 do. choice Ken tucky white at 95c. CORN remains dull, and is not salable at over 27c, at tbe lower depots: COO bushels new told, at lower depots, at 27c, and 500 do , at canal, at 28c. OATS are firm, with a good demand at 27c, in bulk, at which price 1,200 bushels sold. RYE is scarce, and in active demand at 43c , on arrival. BARLEY Prime samples are in fair de mand, at 4043c. for Spring, and 4850c. for Fall; tbe lower grades are unsalable. HAY The market is unchanged and dull. We quote prime Timo'.by at $12 per tun in bales, on arrival. CHEESE The demand for Western Re serve contiouua fair at tyio. English Dairy is nominal at 77c; there is no demand for it. BUTTER Prime qualities are in better supply and the market is dull, but prices are not lower. We quote fair to good at 810c; prime at 12(5) 13c, and choice at 14o. DRIED FRUIT There is a fair jobbing demand for Apples at 65.c. per lb., and for Peacbei at 78c, tbe latter rate for prime halves; CO bushels Peaches sold at i-2 50 per bushel. FLOUR A (rood demand for superfine: saies of 1,200 brls. at $4. There is not much demand for tbe higher grades. We quote extra at. $4 1C4 15, and family $4 20425. WHISKY A good demand and prices higher: salts of 700 brls. at 13l3c, tbe latter rate lor wagon. HOGS Tbe receipts oontinue light and tbe market eijain firmer, and 43 25(513 35 ara offered freely, but Drovers ask 10c. higher. Tbe sales were: Ifiobosdavarafrtt g tfn lbs. at...., ttl h.atl avereKlDg Ittt 11m at.... M) liead averbgltin ly.', lte. at.. 411 tiao avrnptig?tn ils. at... i76 head averag-ii- 37 lbs at.... ....... 93 ss . s t s ye ................. aa ................. I 31 PROVISIONS A good demand for mnas Pork, with sales of 1,000 brls. at $ 26fJ 9 Siyi. A good demand for Lard, with sales of 1 250 tiercesat 6c., and 400 brls. at aJ4s , and 160 tiercts bead and gut at 6c An ac tive demand for bulk Sides for shipment to tbe Liverpool market, and large sales are making at 4c Shoulders dull at 2c. Green Meats in good demand, with sales of 7,000 pieces at 2lA tXc for Shoulders, 3Xo. for Hams and 3u for Sides. GROCERIES Tbe market is firm and the demand fair at 10 He. for Sugar; 19X21o. for Coffee, and 4546c for Molasses. Tne sales to day are 2oe brls. Molasses at 45c ; 75 brls. do. at 45c., casb, and 150 brls do. at 45c usual time: and 250 bags of Cuffee at iy(a20Mc Tbe follo'wing questions and answers oc curred between a counsel and wilnees, re garding the- sanity of the son of the latter : How loDg, Mr. S 1 since you first thought your son was insane? A little over a year, i'lease state to the jury what first awakened your suspicions., lie jined the meetiti ! Well, Mr. S , what else did you see in his conduct which made you doubt his sanity ? He tent a load of hay (o the vtmuter I If twenty, seven inches of snow give three inches of water, how much milk will a oow give wben fed upon turnip? Multiply the flamea by tbe hair on tbe cow's tail, then divide ibe product by a turnip, add a pound, of chalk, and the sum will bo the answer. Why do our soldiers need no barbers? Because they are regularly thavtd by tha Government contractors. SEWING MACHINES -AT- GtHKAT UARGAIN8. W HATB TMS t tB8T-C"UAl8 Bewlxie 3SaXaW.olvlneaja i. . i . ... i fartloularly adapted to the ' ( v m an up AdTuna ; Army Clothing-, eto. to., ( WMek we win .sett':; ,', ) AT GPEATLT-BESU 0O P&IOBS. I' CaU aew store aa see t beta, ;! ' Silo, ClIATFIELD A WOODS. V Naa. 77 an 79 WmHriteA.' w 0 a I .