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wabth," ron balb," " fob Miai. 1 tcer, -rovsD,- boabdibo," ste-Ad. " " ' Weal asdsrtp. no nmj. f iw. MiMt, arm w He awe, oTymZT iVTBD-MTnATIO!-In a school m-e... branches. Address M us in ...J A"" finish , - ' " " " J iss-bJ O Unt mn, wife and child, with waT.r.r.1 YANTKD-TWBNTT TIASISTKBS-To go - f' 0 O. PHILLIPS. "VnJiT?Dr.AJI?r00"IS BALISHAK V V One econnlnted with the city trade nreferrerl Apply at 100 Weit Flfth-at. fVrb "V N T E O Ten or twelve more mm to go m .7.1."","""', to Le.inton. Ky. Wages taiper itrt M? ".Til ViM-t., oppo.lt. the rifth II rot Market-house. foA.h "viyNTEn-RopM-A young lady wl.hM to w 1 Bit2. lf,nf''-n'l Boom, with board, In a lcfiMfc exchanged, in the rielghborhoed of sbrongh tlx Postofftoe. fs-b "ANTED A COOK-A sober, InrttHtrlnes - r (, . " vuiii corner oi mira-street nd Broadway. f(,,.0. WANTBD-BITCATION-Bt single man, as cchmii. or to take car of horses. Would Aakeany IttMtlrn where ha could make himself 51,lS,?ilf.,",ef?!ut """I wages. AddreM A MRU, Press Price. f4l WANTFT BlTCATION-By mi who under stands Wheeler A Wilson's Sewing-machine, to Hwud do chamber-work, or a governess, aud rill take full charge of the children. Haa been a teacher for lona time. Terms moderate. Addreaa J. 0., Cincinnati, fpi D WANTED A LAD-Stearly and obliging, t stay la th office of a first-class Moroantlla tjollece. wherein he can receive pf for services In a full course of stud r. A line to Poatofflco Box IT, will receive attention fet-d WAKITBD-A BR9PK0T4BLB OIRli-Com. tn to cook and wash for a small family, smith west corner of Third and Kim. Inqniro In the Grocery Store. fet b "reTANTED GIRL-Todo the homework of w a small family. Inquire at '439 Nlnth atreet, between Plum and Central-ay , or at 16 J Linn, atreet. fet-b WAflTBD-OIBLB-A female Book and Din. itig room Girl, at the Madison House. Coving ton, Ky. f4 b TirANTKD-L A T H C-A good, second-hand v Htiae-rest Lathe, In perfect order, will And a cash customer by addressing S F., Box Alft, or J. B. FBOOMK, 845 West Fifth it. M b WANTED OIBIi-A neat, tidy Girl, to do general housework- Apply at No. 336 Kich-notd-st., between Ilaymlller and Freeman fe4-b WANTED A 00D OOOK-To work In a dining saloon. None need apply except those ho have had experience in the business. Inquire at 197 Vine at. fet-b WANTED-TO PUB(JHA8ll-a. Vacant Lot, on Dayton cr Tork-st , for which part caeh And some good Iowa land will be given. Address VKA L It 81 ATI, Press Office. f-S tf WASTED A PIANO For which a new Sew-tog-machine and a Scholarship ia a (jo -miner-rial College will be given as part pay. Addiesa 7IAN0, Press Office. fe.l-tf WANTED-TO BOBBOW SO0-For two years, seenred by mortgage ou a house and lot worth 10,000. Address JAMS, at this office. lja2fJ WANTED To pay 813, one month's advance to 60 good men to enter the Seventy -fourth Begiment very wing now in cmo and ready to depart for Becessla. COUHVOWKB FMKBK8, Beciulting Officers, corner of C'entral-av. and Clark Street. jaiVh, WANTED TO TBADI GOOD LAND In In diana, for new or good sex-ood band ma chinery for the xoanufACture of flooring, doors, aa h, blinds, Ac Address W. T. D., care of Press Office. ja3-r WANTED-TO TBADF. -Some excellent Farming Lands on the Ohio and Mississippi Ballroad for a stock of goods to take into the country. Will trade for dry goods groceries, biots Biid shoes or farming Implements. Address Box No.1,075, Cincinnati, Ohlo ja!7-tf 117'ANTED-NO HUMBUG A Likeness for T? nothing Is worth nothing Don't throw way yonr time at each small Institutions, but get a fine Picture, as low as tweuty cents, in case at AP PLKGATJL'o new Gallery, Jio. 46 fifth-it, near 'Walnut. j 13 WANT BD FOB VOTHING-Tou may got a good Likentss of yourself for nothing foull--dren excepted), a proof of food wcrk- No doco. lion, and polite attention to all, at JOHNSON'S Caliery.'JO Kifih St., the cbeapsat gallery 'or all kinds of Pictures. jal3-tf WANTBD The advertiser Das some excellent Lands in Iowa, which be is desirous to trade for Furniture. Woald trade forthe entire furniture era family declining Housekeeping. Address wo., I' reus Office. nJl lf FOR RENT FOR RENT-STORK-BOOM-Wlth handsems bhow-windows atd Dwelling attached. Alu, J'litures for sale, cheap Anp-y immediately at Ho 499 lentral av , between eeventu aaa &gnin treets fet-tf D n DMT StrkniWia Tarn ivinv.nt.nt ttn-mi .sv on second floor, at No. 477 Ninth St., between Central av. and jonn-st. let n- W7MtR RBrIT The flve-story stone-front store J.' no. 18 Pearl St.. is lor rent to a go -a tenant. Inquire at 13 or 18 law Buildings, East Third-st, JtillN J HOPPLB js r FOR SALE. frMIll BAliE Counter, cae and two dizen of JL' candy jars, at 193 uutler-street, bet tjourt ana iterK. im v WHOB BALE A Farm of US urea In Anderson JL1 Township, Hamilton County, Ohio, nine mils from the Court-house in this city, at 70 per acre. A Farm of Si acres lu Ooltimbla Township, ene audahhli miles from the Piai'.vlllo Station of ibo Little Miami Kail road, for $3,6no A Farm of so acres in Columbia Township, one nd a balf miles west of Mllfo'd, for tl,nun. A Farm ef 42 arras in Columbia Township, on the Montgomery Turnpike, eight and a half miles from ine ruy, lor eo.ouo, A Farm of 92 acres In Harrison Townsnln. Ham Ilton County, twenty-lire miles from the oily, at ;jt) per acre. A one Fruit Farm of 30 acres in Sycamore Town hip, near Beadiag. a Farm of mit acres In Warren flountr. Ohio. four miles from Cor via Station, on the Little Ml suni Hailroad, at H36 per acre. A Farm of loft acres in Warren County, Ohio, three miles from Deorfield button, on tits Little lllauii hallroad, at (60 per sore. A Farm of 77 acres in Warren County, Ohio, two miles from Foster oroesiug, on the Little 111 ml ltailroad, at (30 per acre. A Farm of 110 acres in Warren County, near the DeerAeld Station of the Little lllaini U.llroad, at $60 per acre. A Farm of MM acres In Warren Oonnty, Ohio, near the Soencer Station of the Mtrletta lUi.road. A Farm of lbf acres In Bu ler Couuty. Ohio, near tne Letauon turnpike, seveuteen lunesirom tnts r.itv. at 1MI ner urn A Farm of Ml acres In Butler Oonnty, Ohio, on ana a nan mites soutn 01 Hamilton. A Fnrui of 00 acres in BuLler County. Ohio, two and a quarter miles weat of Ogle's station, ou the Atlimiiiou ana uxiora naairosa, tor ei.wsi. ( A Farm of at acres in Clinton County, Ohio, two miles south of Bianuheeter, for 91,M. A I arm of eo acre in Clermont ikiunty, Ohio two Utiles north-east of New Richmond and sixteen guiles from Mnoinnatl, at 3ft per sore. A Farm of tn acres lu Clermout County, Ohio, em mil south of bethel, at f31 oer acre. A Farm of 40 acres In Clermout County, Ohio, on xus tinio stiver, forty mites auote utuciuuat.i. A Fkimnf nll acres la Clermont Couutv. Ohio. one and a Qtuuter miles south of Lorelaud, at (M per acre. A Farm of t acres In Clermont County, Ohio, sear tne town 01 oeinei. at hj pr acre A Farm of acraa la Clariuont Ceunty. flhlo. three uiiiea from Amelia and tweuty one miles from sjinulnnail, at 3o per acie. A Farm oi lui acres in treble Oonnty, Ohio, near Iwleuurg, lor tt w o. a t'.m. of All Airea In Fflffhland County. Ohio, three miles south of Ltncbtiurg ttauua, uu the juarietiaana vmctnnaii , bvMUKb A. B1B0KNT, fel d N . W cor. Fifth and Waluut-sts -BTtOK MAM!-AT A GB1AT B B0 AIM-A SVil-lluuiuU varut 1U viviinnu, 1 4iliaiuilig IIUUI ou lu 1UU tUIM, ei.u.tcw i-vivv wiles east of Olncluniti. and one au a half oiilee est of the Batavla Turnpike, fur further pin ic u ars. Inuulra of D. 11. IT. tiOF IN,No. 4i Kaat feart-st., or 01 aoub tvnnovn, near tun pr--iu lies. jle-I IV)R BALK-OR TBaDB The advertiser h 1 a Town Lot in Xenia, Ohio, 0011M1, whtoh be will sell low for oasb, or wnalr. trade fur a pfono-or furniture a Bargain. Addiets B. W., Prss Offloe. tnisv-ti 1 "jsott SAI.B-SOMI EX0BLL1NT LAND In . .. J I. ' ... lllnfllnn.il An.lunnH S3 , Trees umw. A I K On. half or tba whole of one of gim Bee, tpe good and patrouage very fair. Fof tin. ni-intiim omcea iu saaiaoa. soca- knutlculsaa, aaareae rsisiss, rrese vuioe. none if I - JM)R HAI.B A FABM-Of TT acres, In K BT1 .i..lnh IVuutv. It.dii.iiA. miles from fV Kan in- Chester, the county eeat. Price. foil cssi. or ?ls Ml per acre, vne-quar.er uuwa. Hii.'iw 'u - line. Fur full particulars, apply te t. TUDlt 41 VYalnut-at., Cmciunall. BOARDING. nOAE'DINt Poor large front room fnr. nlsh.d to suit families OP single Mn7le...n very modsrata prion. Oall at 1'JT rifthtrMt Silrt """" wi,h Tth or with"! LOST. A . 11, . 1 """Aiai-Between the hours -t ioIwoer,IL0..;.0vck'.ln. tnl:i"A' list Uf th iree T. n . 1 1 rr ' . - wl ruru.inniinu,. pnnT.tn doll 1 il in 1.111 T :f. . ' on.' .'inree- to ",;! ""me jmau mange, tie'ong ng 'IdOW: The Hurler -villi mU. . L , . . n vln many thanks. Leava tt at ana Ninth..,.?.,' below wntrnl av. M ' lATTr..1' O-Between Freeman and .t,.??I!.t,nOOBIXl.l,or.l,,,,t,,0' ln Seventh, street car, a Cameo Isr-rlng. A snltsMe reward ii ue pnia 1 tie under, stths Tlkni iim... 1 ... H. . a u. uepot. f,j.De l1hTT,?MCK p0CKI'-l,(0K-0ontainiBg celpt for r Th" v- J" .,'? puriKage lor ioo, and a re. Irav or rent, J no imaer will lie well rewarded by Flay t naa mArinn aa ... . 1 1 a a . a. . . . 1 flee . . iM Lil-fv. 5?," P"cxet-Doosj at th s or or at Mr. hTBAMBUtlG All 8, 43 West Third v."" aii p'h:.bi-boui at tnts or- Street ies-D LT-r.!)0-PIlMo,ldvhlack Terrier Dog, with clipped ears. A brass collar or i no loi a wereon bis neck, with the ll-ti"5. ensed No. Any sorsnn returning - he aforesaid dog to 18S Beventh-st., near Plum, nh be suitably rewanled. fe4-b SOLDIERS' CLAIMS. 1S1 n Jl-m1!AT'nVKn ATTORNET-AT-J.'. LAW, No. A7 West Third-st.. will nroonra pensions and collect arrears of pay and bounty. No charge fur consultation, or in any case unless the claim Is collected. Ja30-am THE DAILY PKESS. WEDNESDAY ...FEBRUARY 5 Five Weeks for Fifty Cents. The Dailt Cikciiinati rasss ia furnished asgn- larly and promptly by onr carriers for Tin Vints week-yivi wrnt for flfty oents. The other city apers cast fifty cents for rorn wnxs. The rains gives all the Begnlar Telegraph Dispatches; has more Oity Nows than the others, and contains a igeat of all the current news of the day omitting the long and dry details. In these times of trial te aveiy body's pockets, the saving of a week's sub scription each month Is an Item well worth consid ering. It Is our Intention to make the Paut the People' Paper. Adviitiskiints tbbt low. City News. Twenty five Cents, Only. If yon Want ITelp, it you want a House, If yi u Want Boarders, 1 yen want to Kent your House, f you Want to And any thing, f you Want to get Married, f vou have Found an thins-. If J on have Lost at y thing, invest 1 emy-nve uents, lnvoet Twenty-five Cents, Invest Twenty-five Cents, Invest Twenty-live Cents, Which will pay for two insertions in The Daii.v Press, The Paii.t Press, The Daii.t Paras, And thus roach the eye and understanding of ONE MILLION READERS AT ONCE. Job Printing. Those in want of neat and cheaD iob orlnt. inpr, can hare it executed by calling at the Pbe9S Officb. Every description of Blanks and Blank Hooks manufactured at short notice and at war prices. MSTBOBOLOOICAL OBSIBTATIOIf 8 Bt HenrT Ware, No. 7 West Fourth-st, February 4: O'clock. Boromster. Thermometer, 7 A. M .....29 70 A hove Aero 90 12 M :v 77 Above cero 32 t F. M...-..............-..- 7 Above uro-M Recbdiho. The river is fallinor to-dav. and will probably resume its customary ap- jjnrant;e in a uuurs ttuio. A Fact. Cavacna, No. 31 West Fifth- street, is still furnishing; his patrons with bis excellent oysters. Call in and make your purchases. Alaum or Fiai. A fire occurred last evening, at about half-past six o'clock, in a cigar store on Pearl-street, near Main. It was extinguished without the aid of the "department. New Rcli. The cars of the Cincinnati Street Railroad Company are compelled, by orders from the new President, to run through at night to Brighton, and not com pel the passengers to change cars. Roubkry. The residence of George W. Townley, No. 21 Eighth-street, was entered on Sunday niRht last by some bold tnief, and robbta ot tbree overcoats banging upon tne rack in the hall of the house. Pbospicts Good. Already three thousand eight hundred tickets for the entertainment iu aid of the Policemen's Benevolent Society, have been disposed of. The performance comes off on the 15th inat. at the Opera- nouse. Mayor's Ornci The following named sums were received at the Mayor's Office for license during the week ending yesterday: For drava. 22 50: forexDrass waeona. t'2G 50: for exhibitions and bails, $7, for peddlers. (4; for doge, $21 Total, $61 Accident. Last evening as an elder lv gentleman named HcDaane, was proceeding to the Opera-bouse, he accidentally stumbled at the corner of Lawrence and Fourth-streets, and falling violently, injured himself inter nally. He was conveyed to his residence on iast imra street, near tne canal. Fbou tbi Eabawha. The steamer Rot Hambleton. from Charleston and Canto Piatt. at rived at the wharf to day.at twelve o'clock. She left the former place yesterday morning, about ten o'clock, and brought down forty- nve caDin ana tweniy-nve aecc passengers. Lieutenants Fiex, of the Twenty -eighth, and Swank, of the Forty-seventh, together with Captain Bascom, having in charge two ladies, Mrs. General Cox and Mih Smith, were among the list. A Government mes senger on important business was landed at duyandotte. Surgeon lloltisr,of the Forty Seventh, was also a passenger. Tne tioie Hambleton will leave again on Saturday, aud, from the appreciating tone of the passengers, we suppose she will have good trip. Tni Stbibt Railroads and thi Pre Capita Tax. We are informed that Mr. Dobertv. the President, and tbe Directors of the Passenger and Ciy Passenger Street Railroads, will soon make application to the City Council to appoint a committee of busi ness men to examine tne books or tne uom paniet. and faithfully report tbe receipt and expenditures of tbe roads, the wear upon the cats and stock, and then satisfy themselves vbetber the companies are receiving any re muneration for their labors or the capital la vested. - 1 ' Under the present law tbe Companies are bound to pay the per capita upon all who travel with tbem, to pay a license of $30 for each ear, and to bowlder such streets as are pot now bowldered in their line of travel, Tbe effort will be to remove the per capita, and this latter clause referred to, leaving them subject to the $30 license and tbe keeping in repair the streets already in their t curse, and tbe tax which is levied npoa the property invested in the business. This proposition looks reasonable, and will un doubtedly be adopted by the Council. If tbe committee find, as we have no doubt they will, that tbe companies oan not pay the enormous tax of one-Bflh of their gross in cone, and that to insist upon It is to compel tbe abandonment of the roads, then tbe Council will have an argument to amend the contract so as to make it a living one for both parties. Tbe circumstances of the times are widely different from what they were when the contract was entered into. War is upon ns; it has greatly diminished the business of tbe roads, and a new eon tract more suitable to the times would reasonable. Landlords have reduced rente upon leases, salaries and every thing else bsve fallen, and if the companies ever could have paid the tax, it la certain they can not 09 to now. itnguirsY. Our Investigating Committee. At a joint session of the Common Pleas festerday, the Judges, who had been in con sultation during the forenoon in examining the report of Eli 0. Baldwin, Peter Bell and Win. IT. Kerr Aaaiatanft PrnsAnnllni Attn ney the gentlemen who were appointed as tuiuminus w examine toe accounts or tne County Commissioners came into Conrt at abnnt twr a'WV Tt, lftwsrmwft ft Vian Pam mittee was accepted and filed, and SOOcopiti viocreu to ue printeu. The Prosecuting and Assistant Froeecn- tinff A ttfirnev nf th flflnnlsnrs f nnl...l..l to institute proceedings at law against all ii-itivo wiiu uiv ue unina guilty oi any de fault in relation to the finances of the eountr. Or Violation Of thai law. seennlln- in !,. nature of the case, under the act preecribing It. hi!.. .1 n . it . . a iuv uuutb ui vuuniy iommissionerg. THE REPORT. The renort is anita lnno-th .nrt -ml. lish only few abstracts. It is stated that tu lauors oi tne uounty uommuaionera for the TlHSt TPSr Viarl hnsm hat- nnnnnn and. as a general thing, their work had been k.J I' ilLl'.ll . . n.. wen uu laniuuiiy penormea. mere were some things, however, which were not in Strict accordance with the law. Aaurtittng. Under this head tbey found that tbe late Auditor, H. Matthews, adver tised the delinquent sale list in eight news canerf. st a mat nt tl 7nn Th. i. in .i.. opinion of the committee, did not justify the puuuuauun in more man two papers one English aad one German. Aside from the exDense. tha onininn nf tfia .nrnmlit.. that so large advertisements were nnneces- enrv. x ii compensation paid was, to one paper, which was furnished the copy, the full rtric ellnwerl hvl th. nik... u rowed the form and received but half price. ado exceaa paid was f .,01 e. The plan adopted by the present Auditor was to give one English paper full price; to one German and one English half price; thus giving the advertisements at the same price that the full rates would cost In two papers. Court-Aome Two items were allowed without advertising for proposals; one in the Durchaaa nf r-nrnta tt,. ninn. tv.. engines and boilers, and the reasons assigned uj us uuujmiBBioners were, mat tne carpet ing wag ordered by the Court, and the Otber WAS a cbba nf noeaeit that wnuM .n admit of delay. t,ommmionrs' Vjpce. Under this head there was an item, Btated to be allowed by the Court, and recommended by the Prose cuting Attorney, for extras for carriage hire, in the sum of $1,958 63. JAIL EXPENSES. It was stated nnder this head that D. W. O. Sbockley had been paid $307 60 for the board of sick prisoners for September, Octo ber, November and December, 1860, while ex Sheriff Kessler was receiving, at the same time, the sum of thirty cents a day for pris oners other than chain-gang, and for chain gang thirty-five cents per day for board. Tbey also found that large sums were paid to Mr. Kessler for the board of prisoners after they were transferred from the jail to the workhouse. ELECTING EXPENSES. The Commissioners had allowed $25 for expenses in each ward. The law fixes the compensation of judges and clerks of elec tion at $2 making the sum of $10 for each election precinct. GRAND JURY FEES. The Foreman and Clerk of Grand Juries were in the habit of receiving $3 per day each. This the Committee deem illegal. The compensation fixed by law for the service of a Grand Juror was $1 50 per diem, LONG VIEW ASYLUM. Under this head tbey found a large amount expended without any advertising or public letting. The accounts were very much confused. WORKHOUSE. Expense of Workhouse from January 1, to September 1, 1861, as per report, is $5,210, with an average of 45 inmates; while the Jail for the same time, with an average of oa iDmaietj, naa cobi 94,0149 jo, wniCQ mases the Workhouse cost for eight months $601 05 mrt. fa llinenr.r.n.1 nf A K 1 - .1 V. Jail has for the same time with 83 inmates. WITNESS FEES. The entire amount raid for the vear was $10,189 65. Of this the sum of $6,212 was paid for the six months ending March 1, and tne balance, j,'J4( Z'j, naa been paid tor tne six months ending September 1. This shows a great disparity; but tbe difference is ac counted for from the fact that from tbe large emount drawn, parties have been engaged in tbe business of purchasing these fees. Tbig business baa, by tbe action of the present Auanor, Dten pretty wen stopped, as a specimen of the way it had been managed. they found that W. L. Debeck, who was deputy in the Auditor's office noder IT. Mat thews, drew, in November, 1859, $635; the daily drafts averaging about $45, and for December, $854 25, also drawn in daily sums of from $45 to $49. Mr. J. C. Winans, Deputy uarsnai or toe roiice uourt, also seemed to bave entered tbe arena, and received in Sep tember, I860, $681 26. NEWSPAPERS. The law requires the Commissioners of each county to subscribe for and bind one copy of tbe leading newspapers of each polit ical party m me county, as public arcbtves, for the gratuitous inspection of the citizens. But tbe law was not comolied with. They paid tor one copy of the rimes. Paiss. Com mercial and Gazette, and also an additional Bum or 95 oo tor a bound volume ef tbe 'Jimet; but bad not bound any of the other papers paid for. AUDITOR'S BILL. a Tbe only bill tber had to examine was that of Howard Matthews, late Auditor. The large amount of his bill, and several iu-ms in the same, charging for services rendered tba year previous, induced tbe Com mittee to examine the bill of tbe previous year. Tbe amount of eacb bill Is as follows Sill for year ending March I. IMS J,W ill lor icar ending March, ltl................... 3,7sf T. tal.......................... ...............$9,6J4 This is exclusive of several items drawn by bim direct from tbe Treasurer. The amount paid his predecessor, Dan. Jones, f 39,613 and tbe diuerer.ee la f .D.oT.. His charge for his form of the tax dn nil cate. tbe first year, wai $6,006 43: second year, $6,983 wntie tne amuunt oi Mr. Jones' last year was $4791. Tnts was Inevitable that Mr. Jones did not get enough, or Mr. Matthews had too muub. Tbe report gives otber details in relation to Mr. M.'s account, and recommends in the close that the reports of the Commissioners hereafter should be more explicit. County Mattsbs. The Commissioners aigned tbe following bills for payment this morning: John Haulier, for wore on Uar tbage Road, $13; Superintendent of Long view Asylum, for keeping patients (nun residents of Hamilton County,) $133; Fred Deivlein, for painting in Reorder' Office, $400: John Frank, tor hauling stone for Her ri son Road, $33; Henry Nye, olaim against (lamiiton uounty Agricultural society, $100. The following bills were signed yes terday afternoon: R. B. Stnitb & Co., coal for ton nouse on ltriogeiown aoaa, a ui; Froeking ft Maritiet. coal tor same, $3 25: llannah Storey, hauling stone. $1 60; George Bmitn, snoes tor inmates ot uounty iaii, SU 40; Jobn Hcott. medicine foruoumy Jan, 18 10: Samuel J. Thomas, expenses incurred by brnging Dr. MaueeH from Kalamaioo, iiicn , to ea. I Contiiuid Aoaii. The case of Thoms Lockwood, charged with seduction was called up in tne f once uourt mis morning, and on motion of the counsel for the pris oner, continued until Friday next. The Investigation of the rase will certainly take Dlaue on that day, as the Court said that " i . .IJ ... U. . .. 1 noiner coatmuauco wuum um im raussiui i si I Departed. Colouel Ren net t, of the Fourth Ohio Cavalry, left to-day on the tail boat Superior, to rejoin bis command. tie says be has gained in weight juet eigKt wouaas since neeuwreu uiwkuis sniiua I Tbi Railboad RsoiatssT. The steamer Telegraph No. S departed last evening for Lawrenceburg, to convey from inence w Louieville Colonel Smith's Fifty-sixth RaU' road tiegiment. AMUSEMENTS. Piri'i OriitA-Housi. The management of this superb temple has secured the services of James E. Murdoch for a series of dramatie readings, continuing three nights. Mis first anpearance will be to morrow evening. In cider to give the public a fair opportunity to attend, the price of admission has been re duced to thirty cents. National Thiatnn. The new spectacular drama, The Wood Dmon. g meeting with considerable snccess. The last improvement sdopted by the acting manager are having their effects, and we predict for the National a season of unparalleled prosperity. The Wood Demon abounds with startling effects, which are rendered in excellent style by the company. Woon's Tbnatnb. Mr. Bass will appear to-night in Henry the Fourth as "FalstafT." It was in this character Hackett won his refutation, yet there are many carta in which Mr. Bass excels the renowned ifar-k.tt Every man has his forte, as Artemus Ward .... A u. D...I y . ; una jvjiw is iu personating Falstaff." Tne Wll Tl.l.rrrnivan Th. T - . i auinnii of tbe Rebel ion will ha avhlhltoH Smith A Ditaon's Hall for the first tim. The s painting is represented to inclnde all principal events, including battles, since the the! BBueuinjr ui cuuin varouna. ine sub is a Cood One. snrl tha attial t... I. ject execution of the scenes, portrayed them in all their natural intensity. PoLica Conav. Sir rAnilnn.t ..... .i eight new cases on the docket this morning. Adam D. Anderson, an unsophisticated yonth from Greencastle, Ind came to the city a few days ago and set ap ia the boot blacking1 business. Ha Invented nil hie money in purchasing a stock to commence A.u, luuoieMuy ui S) uruBIl sou OOX Ot D1SCK IV. Not rjlFfttincr with anooASfl In hta ...... ,1- r - ............. . .. . o vuiioi- prist, and becoming disguited with Cincin nati, h rnnrlnHf) nnlt nnr A A uAM. -f av ovis wuw mutat tLKf UVUifJ Some evil-disposed person charged him with stealing the brush, and be was arrested. He was discharged, and sent back to Greencastle V. ... u.. r iu aajur. n. imerman, cnarged with disorderly conduct and using abusive language to fe- .!.. ... C.J Sr 1 . uidico, nni uucu $o Bull COstS. i-ai v criea was sent to tne utty i'rison for i twenty uays, on tne cnarge or drnnken- Mike Cum. a AnlrliAr. was aaatart h. nin. cer McCarty, at the corner of Pearl and Vine Dirrjcio st iwu u uiouk last nigut, tor caicning bold of a respectable young lady who was returning to her home in Covington from Wood's Theater. He handled her rather roughly, and attempted to throw her down. TT. .. 1 . i mi . i . .. iu s uueu ai.o. inree otuer soldiers, named Cornelius McGreery, Wm. Barns and 1 1 n V i r ... narDry jncneai, tor tuieriering witn Olliier McCarty while he was attempting to arrest Cum, were fined $5 each. jonn Biasgnier was nned $3 on the charge ll: i. e of luiosiaiiiu i,tj. lusrset, John Coffield. rharred with -nmmliiln-. an assault and battery on his wife, was sent to the City Prison for tbe term of six days. Conrad Donlington, charged with drunken ness, was sent over for ten days. Mary Glazier was fined $6 and costs, for committing an assault upon Emma Fletcher. Thomas Cola nlead ruiltrtntha hir nt stealing five dollars' worth of dry goods iiuui n naguu iu sua western part oi tne city. He was sentenced to three monthe' confinement in the County Jail. A STBP IN THI RlOHT DlBNCTIOW Tba various ,lshows" scattered around the city, where snakes, bears, wild cats and other animals are exhibited, are all to be broken up. it appears tbat tne animals composing these ten cent shows, belong to the well known circus firm of Lake & Robinson, who leaBed or hired the nse of tbem to various partus, who, not content with the profits arising from the exhibitions, have practiced all manner of deception games in their shows upon those who were greenenough to nay at tuem. un oaturdav last John Mo. Lionaia was bambooeled out of $4 at one of tnese snows on Main-street, between Sixth and Seventh. The parties charged with tha swindling operation were arraigned before Judge Salfin this morning, and plead guilty to the charge. Their names are Thomas M wards, Jobn Ureen, David Cole and Jas. Bailey. The latter is a boy, and was dis charged. The otber three were fined 110 each. The Court expressed a determination to give all Buch offenders as these are who may be brought before bim hereafter the full extent of the law, which is a fine of $50 for eacb offense and thirty days' confine ment in the County Jail. We'undersiaud tbat Messrs. Lake & Robinson bave deter mined to gather up all their animals now being uted in tbeee one horse shows in Cin cinnati. Tbey did not hire them to the par ties for tbe purpose of setting ap swindling (Stabliabnients, and as soon as they ascer- isnicu ma. tueir Btocit.waa oeing used in that way tbey concluded to withdraw them from the parties who have lately been using toem. A Sweeping Proposition. Such is the rage for repealing, altering and amendiag the laws of Ohio, and the ntter confusion wbicb some one hundred and forty new bills proposed is likely to involve tbe statute book, tbat one of the members of the House of Representatives has given notice of bis intention, at an early day, to introduce bin to repeal or amend every law of tbe State. The daily list of "orders adopted" in our Legislature seems very suggestive of the propriety of some similar broad bint being given to our "assembled wisdom." Button. Journal, Tbial BuyoBB Couuibsioneb Hallidat. Micbael Lauler, the keeper of a coffee house at 24 west Sixtn street, was arraigned be- t'rtra T T n i t aft Hl.tn, llnm m laainnn. W 1 1 1 1 .1 . this morning, charged with having received" a blouse belonging to J. B. Francis, a private in uapiam s. u. Simmon as' uoaipanv. ifitty- second Regiment, in liquidation of a debt contracted by said Francis at Laufer'l drinking saloon. Tbe penalty for eucb an offense is a fine of not less tban $300, and one years' imprisonment. The case was progressing at noon. Private Watobmah. Mr. Fred Habe kotte, formerly Lieutenant of the Bremen- street Station-bouBe, has been appointed a ptivate watchman on the square bounded by Front, Columbia, Sycamore and Main- Streets. M r. Habekotte made a very efficient officer on the old police force, and we have no doubt he will give general satisfaction in bis new position. Pugilistic Two stevedores engaged in a pugilistic encounter to-day about eleven o clock, at tne root ot Walnut street, and after beating each other in a brutal manner, adjourned, with a large number of friends, to a whisky shop, and took drink all around. It was truly a disgusting signt. Battebt fob St. Louis. Captain Bur roughs Fourteenth Battery, from Camp Den niton, will leave this evening on the steamer J W. Cheetman, for St. Louis. It consists of 145 men, 123 borses, and 6 pieces of eannon, witn accompanying accoiiterments. Oystebs Robert Orr. No. 11 West Fifth- street, is receiving daily supplies of Maltby's unrivaled Baltimore oysters, inose wtsn ing a brand naequaled, would do well to call. i Claiks. All persons having claims against tbe Assistant Quartermasters Department prior to December 1, are requested to hand them In, so tbey be audited and paid. Ambulances. The steamer Henry Filz- hugh is taking aboard a lot of large four wheeled ambulances, destined for St. Louis. COVINGTON NEWS. Celeabeo Wm. Watts, of Boone County, Ky., wbo was sent to OampObaae about two mouths ago, on the charge of treason, has been released, and passed through this eity on Monday night. Captain Reapaee, of the same county, was released about a week ago horn the same place. Niw Law. The Legislature of Kentucky , has pasted a new law, wbicb. requires pensioner! and f oardiaos to toke a very stringent oath to support the Cob'Stitntion of tbe United States. Tbe first cat under the new eoactmentocenrred yesterday, when a gentleman of Soathern principles, who de sired to become the guardian of a ynung lady, reluctantly took the oath of allegiaatce. Ksntucet T.eoislatcri. This borjy will assemble at Frankfort on Wednesday next, the 12th Ir,st. NEWPORT NEWS. Vabch Election. Henry Wiese is a Union candidate for re-election as City Treasurer. Circuit Count. The trial of Henry Grote, chaiged with perjury, still occupies the at tention of the Conrt. Mrs. Lally and Anthony McGinnis, ar rested on a charge of stealing, were dis charged by order of the grand jury, there being no evidence against them. Gbatitcoi. A woman residing in this city, whose husband is a pilot on one of the gun-boata at Cairo, recently observed to another lady, "that she would willingly do wishing to assist the rebels in their glorious cause." Before her husband received em ployment from the Government she wonld nave willingly done washing to prevent narration, bad not several friends been charitable to her. The remark, of course, shows that sbe is thankful to our good-na tured "Uncle Samuel." MllTtNS 0 TBI U. O. Clui on Satuboat Evnnino Nut. A meeting of the members of this club, and of good Union citizens gen erally, is called for Saturday evening next, at tbe Oddfellows' Hall, to nominate a ticket for the approaching election. The folio win g are the oflicert to be elected: City Clerk. on- t........ ... i, r . vnj iioaim-r, uutj vwuuuiiinaa irorn eacu ward, three School Trustees. President Citv Council, Wharf-master end Civil Engineer. Diathp. Another of the seventeen rebels brought down on the steamer Emma, named Gerhart, died at the Barracks dav before yesterday. UUver Eppiy, recruited in this city for Company H, Fifteenth Kentucky Regiment, died at Camp JefferBon, near Louieville, a few days since, and was interred with mili tary honors Loyal Indians for Lane. The loyal Indian warriors driven from their homes to Sauthern Kansas by the rebel whites and savages, number about two thou sand. Opotheyoholo, their chief, is described as a splendid fellow, full of determination and fire. Besides him and his followers, says the Leavenworth Conitrvative, there are three thonsand other Indians in Kansas ready to join General Lane's column, making five thousand in all a splendid corps of scon ts. The announcement, however, that General Hunter, and' not General Lane, is to have command, is distasteful to them. They know the latter, and have confidence in him. The following is a protest and appeal drawn np in presence of United States Indian Commis sioner Dole, and certified by G. A. Cutter Commissioner for tbe Creek Nation, which they have sent to Washington : Fort Lbatbnwobth, Kansas. Jan. 28, 1862. To our Great Father, the President of the United States: Father. We are told by our friends that there is some doubt as to whether the Or eat War Chief, General Lane, will command tha expedition to onr country. One object in having this letter sent to you, is to beg that General Lane be placed In command of that expedition, as we believe no otber warrior can place us in possession uf our country again bo effectually as he can. Uur people nave beard or ueneral Lane many seasons ago. Tbey heard how, with buta handful of warriors, he beat back the en emy when they were as numerous as the leaves of the forest, and restored peace and quiet to Kansas. uur people nave been told tbat be would come with an army to restore tbem to tbeir homes, and to avenge tbe great wroncs thpv bave suffered. It has made their hearts glad to hear it; they bave suffered mnch, they bave been driven from tbeir homes in the dead of winter, when the earth was clothed in wbite; many ot tbem bave frozen to dta'b, all of them have lost all thev nos- stpsed. There are now 6,000 women and 'children in Southern Kansas, without tents, but scant ily clothed, and exposed to all the horrors of a severe winter. Our agents bave done and are now doinir all they can to relieve us, but we have com fortable homes in our own country and we wien to be restored to toem. General Lane is our friend. His heart is big for tbe Indian. He will do more for ns tban any one else. Tbe hearts of our people will be sad if he does not come. Tbey will follow him wher ever be may lead. They will sweep the rebels ueiore tnem line a terrible are over tne dry prairie. We beg our Gra. Father and our Great War Chief, General McClellan, that they will listen to the prayers of their children. : Signed His Opotheyoholo, X Mark. Head Chief of the Creek Nation. His. Aluktustnnuki, X Mark. Head Chief of the Seminole Nation. [Attest] G. A. CUTTER. U. S. Agent for tbe Creek Indians. General Rains Bitbb His own Nobi Orr. The following story is told at the expense of tbe rebel General Rains of Missouri: It appears that he had a tenant on his farm wbo was a Blanch Union man. The latter bad given his notes to Rains, and Mrs. Rains held tbem for safe keeping. The tenant, in order to save the bay and grain raised by him on the farm, went to Mrs. Rains and made a delivery of the above articles, and took up the notes. Meantime, Rains, wish ing to replenish his commissary department from the Union men, hinted one day to foraging party the fact that a good haul would be made on tbe premises of Mr. his own tenant. The articles were forthwith confiscated, agreeable to Rains' suggestions tbe point of tbe joke coneisttng in this, that Rains unwittingly sacrificed his own prop erty for tbe rebel cause. Bhinnt. The game of shinny Is a very popular one in many places, especially iu some of our colleges and seminaries. It is game that is attended with much danger, consisting of knocking about a wooden ball with sticks having a wooden crook in the end. A few days since a student of the Pennington Seminary, in New Jersey, bad his eye knocked out w bile playing this game. The eye was completely knocked from the socket, and bnng down on tbe cheek of the sufferer. It was replaced, but had to be fin ally taken out entirely. A son of Judge Dayton, our Minister to France, lost his life a few days since while playing shinny with his schoolmates' Death or Rev. H. G. O. Dwioht, D. D Tbe New York World of January 29 says: We published yesterday a brief telegram announcing the sudden death of Rer. Dr. H. G. O. Dwight, the veteran missionary Turkey, but no particulars were given. have etnoe learned that the Doctor was on tbe Troy and Ruiland Railroad during tbe great storm or last week, wnen tne car which be was sitting was blown off the track and he was instantly killed. A Curiobity. George Tarr, of Cherrytree Township, Crawford County, Pa , has a curios ity in the shape of a calf with two beads, joined together in the npper part, but having two distinct under ji.ws. It has three ears; two in tbe usual part, and another between tbem, in the center of the head. Tbe body is perfectly natural. Mr. Qoodale, Superintendent of the Vain Board of Agriculture, in the recent discus sions of the Board, Btated that there is tract of land in Maine both south and north of which Indian corn could be grown, , upon which it would not grow ' [Attest] G. A. CUTTER. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH NOON DISPATCHES. REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS SKURMISH ON THE OCCDOQUAN. THE FLAG OF TRUCE. Message of Jeff. Davis to Lincoln. He Threatens to Hang Col. Corcoran if the Bridge-burners are Shot. LATER FROM EUROPE. Tone of the British Press. (Herald's Correspondence.) Yesterday afternoon acotbar little skirm ish occurred near the banks of the Occexiuan, It was reported in the morning that body ot rebels were at Pohick Chnrch. Captain Larving, of the Third Michigan Regiment, then on picket duy ln frocrt of General Helntzelman's DivhtioE, took thirty-four raen under Lieutenant Brennan, frrxn Company F, and forty-threw nnder Lieutenant Bryan, from Company H, end went to areet them. Arriving at Pohick Church no rebels were seen. Tbe party, however, proceeded to the banks of the Occaqmm, wppoeite tbe town of tbat name. Arriving there early in the afternoon, a few unarmed men were oitoorved drilling in the town; they gave tbe alarm, when a number ot rebels eame around the bosses and fired on Onr men. A brief eiinn ieh then took place. Four of the rebels were seen to fall, nd were carried off by their comrades. No injury was sustained by any of our party except by one man who wae slightly bruised by a spent ball. The enemy was about send ing a large party across the Occoqaan, when our men retreated to their picket post. The flag of truce from Rsbeldotn conveyed an imptident demand. The message is said to bave been from Jeff. Davis to President Lincoln, announcing that if the Federal Government permit the rebel bridge burn ers to be hung nnder the order of General Halleck, the Federal prisoners, Col. Corcoran, Lee, Wilcox, and others, held as hostages for the safety of the pirates, shall be immedi ately hung in retaliation. A Cabinet meeting was called to consider the subject, but I am requested not to an nounce the result. Jeff. Davis will learn it soon enough. Arrival of the Nova Scotian. a , a 1 Pobtlano, Me., February 5. The steam ship A'ova Scoiian, from Liverpool on tbe evening of tbe 23d, via Londonderry on the 24tb, arrived here this morning. Her dates are five days later. Great Britain. The Paris correspondent of tbe London Morning Poet says it is not true, aa some journals represent, that the French Government baa taken steps to bring about a reconciliation between the North and South. Mr. Massey, member of Parliament, de livered a speech to his constituents at Sal ford, in which he advocated that the Euro pean powers should interfere to close the struggle between the North and South by recognizing the Confederate Sta es and breaking the blockade. This speech attracted some attention. The London Timet in an editorial upon it says: "Let France interfere if she likes, England's true policy is to suffer a little longer and let the event work itself out It will not be long. "It may indeed be doubtful whether our interference would not rather retard tban hasten tbe desired event of open ports and a large supply of cotton. Let us then pursue an honest policy by standing quite aloof." The Manchester Guardian argues in a romewbat similar strain; andas regards the cotton supply, it says it is a question how far in this district the prevailing distress is due to the civil war in America, and whether it is not as much attributable to over pro duction as to mere dearth of cotton. Tbe factory statistics of Manchester show that the shortening of tbe hours of labor in the factories is gradually extending, and in the couree of a week or two tbe muvement was expected to become much more general and extensive. The London Timet publishes a letter from a correspondent, calling attention to tbe fact that tbe Federal gun-boat Tuicarorah&t infringed, and continues to infringe the rules of neutrality at Southampton, and calling on tbe Government no longer to tolerate suh a flagrant disregard of neutral rights. Tbe brig Weet Indian, Captain Foote, from Charleston, December 4, with a cargo of spirits of turpentine, had arrived at Liver pool. Her uaptain reports that the Federal blockade of Charleston is any thing but effectual, and says tbat the stone blockade, so far from stopping the entrance to the port, will eventually deepen the shallow channels. The citizens of Charleston have very little nneasiness on the subject. It was repre sented tbat Charleston was well defended, and between tbat city and Savannah General Lee bad about 40,000 troops under his com mand. A London letter in the Paris Patrie as serts tbat the British Government will pro test against tbe measure for declaring the Southern ports closed against foreign com merce. After strenuous exertions, access had been gained to a part of the Hartley coal mine, and about one hundred of the two hundred and fifteen buried miners bad been discov ered. It was feaied the remainder would be found dead. France The Paris Uoniteur of the 22d. publishes Minister Fould's budget in the sbape or an address to tne ivmperor. Foulds' report caused great excitement on tbe Bourse, and funds declined considerably. At tne cioae, nowever, mere was some re covery. Rents quoted at C9f. 90c, a decline on the day of about half per cent. Tbe London Timet congratulates Europe tbat tbe military force of France now bids fair to shrink to reasonable limits. Let it be once understood tbat France has no desire to disturb the tranquility of her neighbors, and tbe industry of Central Europe witi shoot up and flourish with a vigor not to be surpassed in the New World. 1 Liverpool Cotton Market. Sales for four days 17 000 bales, including 10,000 to specu lators and exporters. Market irregular and easier, with a slight decline on all qualities. Advices from Manchester unfavorable, and market for goods and yarns flat, with a do wn waid tendeucy. JSreaaewfft Tbe market bas an upward tendency. Tbe authorities quota Flour firmer, and advanced z(t$3il. per cental. Ked Western Wheat Us. 2d (4123. 4d.: red South ern. 12s. 4d,2s. 6d ; wbite Western 12. 6d 12s. 9d.; wbtte Southern 13a ($13. 3d Corn firm and advanced fid. per quarter: mixed 31. 6d32s. River News. Pittsburg, February 6 M. River eight feet four inches by tbe pier mark and fall ing. Weatber clear and mild. New York Market. in a but 1 New Yore, February 6. The receipts of Flour were 9,2fi3 barrels; tbe maket is more active and 1015c. better: sales of 13,000 barrels at t& 703 IS for superfine Slate; $66 10 fr extra State; $5 705 75 for supetfine Western; $5 958 10 for common to medium extra Western; $0 056 10 for shipping brands of extra round-hoop Ohio. Canadian Flour firmer: Sales of 600 barrels at (S 705 75 for superfine, and $5 958 75 for common to choice extra, Kye Flour Steady at $3 254 25. Reieiote of Wheat 4 933 bush, with tba market le. better, and more active : sales of 75.000 busb. at $1 31&1 32 tor Cblnago Spring; $136 for fair Milwaekia Club; $145 lor lair winter red western, and lliiror common rea iereey. Rye quiet and firm at 8385c. Barley firm at 8o90c. Tbe receipts of Corn are 2,008 bushels; market firmer, sales of 25,000 bushels at 65M0b;c. for mixed Western, in store and delivered. Oats steady at 40 42c. Pork unchanged: salmi of 200 brl. at $12 13 for mesa, and $8 C0(t$9 50 for prime, beef qniet and Steady. Cut Meats quiet and nnrbanged. Dreaiod Hogs firm at Ai M0 for West ern. Lard quiet and steady: sales 209 brls. at ni(g)6c Butter selling at 1214c. for Ohio, and 1 lie. ror ouue. uneeae dull at 5(ji7c. Whisky firmer: sales 150 brls. at 24c Cotton qniet, pending the auction sale of Sea Island. Prices very firm. ag, - t Cincinnati Produce Market. [Furnished by the Merchants' Exchange.] Evsnixo, February 5. WHEAT rules firm, with a good demand, and a light supply. We quote prime red at 87(01900., and prime wbite at PSo.Oifl.i the outside rate for Kentucky. The sales sine onr last report were 400 bush, fair red at 80c ; 1,800 do. prime do. at 88c, and 600 do, prime white atOTo. CORN is in good demand at 2G27oM at the npper, and 2P. at the lower railway stations: sales of 2,000 bosh., at the lower depots, at 29c. COOPER AGR The demand for all arti cles is fair, and tbe market frrnr. 1 We rrnote: Molasses bs.rr.ls. .i (vrM ElTa. " -..... St Wis do-. ao .I?,' i' ---- t SVrfll so I'll oo. . , I snr m-i ir-ruee, 1 run iu U nil . USUI rlO. ,,,n n..n... Laid rtn l.arrl krsrs , Black bhrts.n Mll Plv.tlcbrt hr.iU 4 4Vi AO 1 3Mnl 4 - JlVfS 3l 1 14il 3 TlKht tlo .'..", Blai k half-barrels, per kua...., I 4IVAI tO S ' t atuoii S uourE.R3' BTUF J A fair demand, but prices are unchanged. We quote: . At Ballirar Stations, Poles.. $21 (SKff.23 (HI Ilhrl. Poles......... tn sa.r4t no Hn i. Kla.ee.. If, i-vnai 00 Brl, ataves n 013 no At Rlrer. (4 omit 1 1 iu ao niiftjs o 13 ntvrta) o 8 (its 8 Ml .r6ot.it en it m irtjunrrr ureFsea uo. ...m....... Shan llrl It, ops, machine.. DusiM una. ncope, macntno... ...23 on23 ue OATS are uneJianeed and steady: sales of 1,200 hnBhels, in bulk, at 28c. i i ii-is 10 active aemano, end the market is firm at 60c. far prime samples, on ar rival. BARLEY is in light supply, with a good demand at full prices. We quote prime Fall at !052c, and prioe Spring at 45c. HAY The demand for tiglit-pressed con tinues fair, at $1313 50 per tun, on arrival; loose-pressed is dnll at $12. CHEESE The market is firm with a fair demand at e6Jc., the latter for selected. BUTTER The demand for prime and choice qoalitiea continues good at 12I4c.a common to good is dull at 6($l0c. POTATOES The receipts are light, with a good demand at 3840c. for prime Ne sbanorks on arrival, and 45c. from store.- SEED Clover is steady at $3 904 on arrival and from store. Timothy is in fair demand at $22 10. FLOUR The demand from bakers and the city dealers is fair and the market Brat at $4 154 20 for superfine, and $4 204 25 for extra. WHISKY The demand is native and prices 'Ac higher: sales of COO brls. at 17. IVAc, tbe latter rate for wagon. HOGS Tery few otfering to-day, and prices are a shade firmer sales of 700 head in lots at $3 303 50, the latter rate for extra large. Receipts, 800 head. PROV1SIONS-A good demand for mesa Pork, and 1,200 brls. good country and eeo ond class city sold at $9 75. Lard in fair demand, with sales of 800 packages at 6 Uc, and 50 tierces prime city at 6o. 200,000 lbs. clear bulk Sides sold at $4 70. They were taken by an English house. GROCERIES Sugar and Molasses aro very dull, and prices unsettled and nominal. Coffee is held firmly, but very little doing. DENTAL. X) mic ill 1 s&c Oo. FFICK, NO WJ NEVENTH-RT.I B inB.rj.r- vine ana nace, uinciunati. u.'ieetn extracted witbout pain, tra new method, usfd only broursel.es ArtiAciar) T.Mn inserted in the latest and most ainrovet etrlas, at the following aricss : V- hole Hots of t eeth, Mirer plated. .. ...!) to (St tt hnle Sets of Tooth. Gold plated 70 to as r?iuRle Teeth, on Rilrer Plate j....... 1 to t "mule Teeth, on Crulii Plate. ......... 2 to S Ti-eih flilod .,.. .......90e. to 1 Teetb extractd...M...........mm............2a oents. Sfllo charge made when new ones aia Inserted. (ocia-tf) DK. 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Mali A it lil'UAlL la a sown hU Asirolnarf aA that every oca can depend upon. Baa Is the great est Astrolegist of the Inetewath tlsatary. Sosaa ladies may be a little timid, though tkey aesa net fc-sr, for she piaetices nothing but what is reooa .i-l.l- ... ..l., I... , t. ,'--1 .1 i- iis satisfy tbe most fasthlfous of ner respeotabilltp. u-rai rcemuue, ana 01 me purity ex ner proBssaioat ai d practice. All Interviews are strictly private and eoalacal' tial Therefore, come one 1 come am to Na. St) Kast Filth-street, Between Sycamore-street aud Broadway. Ouiefca a at! TKBIIS; Ladlaa. flft. ettata ! Oentl.r.... Oal Dollar. aeJa-M.WAW nFFOttK WILLIAM ROBINSON, J P., Spring Held low 'Ship, Haaiillou County, Otota. AiaCurey and AnnaGary, bis wif, vs J. B. Wert. Attainment - si.tior is neieny giteo tnat oa tna nil unr 1, 1 rauuftrj. in.,, m,u 11. mauvu mL ui. der cf Attachment lu tbe above actiou for the sunt ot 13.1 V. and that tha trial ia set (or tha uih day at Alarcn, left, at iu 0 oioca A. at. aba ana Ac! CIA UAtlKV. Jaanary 11, 181. ja3l-cTa IN ATTACH MEN T BEFORE C.V. BANSKI.MAhN. a Justice 01 the Peace of Oia- ciiniBli T(wnhn, Hamilton 'Vuo'.y, Ohio. J. t'haa. Wolff vs. William Jones tin tne id day 01 11. rem tier. 1MII. said Justice lseaed aa order el at. tcunnt in the above cause, against the property oi said defeodant. for the sum of thirty-eight dtil. laresi, d nii .tr four rents tlta as), and e.iaoiu-a is set for hearing on th IVta day f Jauusry, A l, in. j J. chas woLrr. Dated December t, IM1. aeie-eTa n BFOHE H. N. CLARK, A JIJBTICK . . .. . 1, r 1. ,.,i rrr. L , 11 ti mm ti, Li. a , r-.o v. viuuiuu.ii luwu.uip, u.aiii. ton County, Ohio. weorge W. Boydem, Plaintin'. vs. Henry A Bains, Defendant lis the ISth day of January, 181. Bald Justice, at my Inatance Issued an older of attachment in the above notion for sita sum of tweuty-eeveu l ollara and thirty oenla. fata . cause ia set fur hearing Match a, l", ai 0 c local A.M. UaiWeTu! utuKUH W. hu If OA at. rM ALL WHOM IT MATPONCBslN. , X Apsnoatloii will be made to Bis kxcelleacy. the Governor ol Ohio, for the pardon ot Jeusea Balnbridge, sentnoed te tbs Penitentiary of tibia for tha term f three y.art. fcr 'k. crime ef I-urg-lay, by the Boa. A ti W Oartar, Jujgeof Ma UurtrfComuK'B Plena el said eouuly, at thaJaua term there,f. lesi. ...'' LectniberS. leal- deat sT rf-'HE WEEKLY ra rrtiS WUW BtTAVT, M- eeulalutng the News of the Week, both Foclsd aad Leoal, and a Telegraphic Mammary of B.aataa Sue ssia'ai Uu OoaaUna-revaa. fries Sot T'HB WEEKLY PRESS NsjW r oouuibltig the News of tbe Week, Foiaiarai and Local, and a Telegraph lo nummary ef Avnusa etnewhere. up so the hour of going to pieaa. gur aat at th Oatlua-TO-as. Prtee A aaatt .