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"FOUND,"6 In thli column, oodpyli!g five lines
experienced Cloak-makert wanted. To (rood
hands the highest wst-.s will he Mid. Apply, before
' ;iS,.f'i JTT5V'" .-n ' wait Fourth
wv.w. - nun
a, . t "w
IVi 1'" tmtU fntiiy,- tolerably
ii7TwA".l,,r with the "ordinary decencies of
"" , " wmags, or urea teconattory
rooms, la or near the city. , Address Q. J. a at tht
WANTED BOARD. A gentleman, hli
b - - ... .wv biu 1 1 uunuiau, uo.ii vua.ru
Unrlns; h winter la ft private family, where there
51" S.u' ur no otuer ooaraert. Adareat, tnrongn
the Poetofflcs, Box 808, lUUng location. . Bib
. In profitable liutineta. with ft capital of
three hundred dollars, which will par from tin to $75
per wees, a ny information eaa M naa or celling at
BKGG9 A SMITH'S building, (fourth ttory) No.t
Fourtb-ttrett. between Main and Walnut, between
the boon of li a'elock A. M.. and S o'clock P. M.
TON, No. 87 jXintb-atrtet, Teacher of Draw
Ing, Sketching from Mature, Grecian Oil Painting,
Opaque and Illuminated Olau Painting, Siaphaoie,
Gothic Leather-work-, Potlchomanle. no3b -
WANTED A GIRL To to into the
country, near Qlendsle one who can do gen
eral housework. Apply at No. 1(1 Kaln-atreet, west
tide, above gixth. A lto a man at the same place.
Apply on Frhiay. nosd
Iralty located. Rent moderate. Address
J. B. ft.., Penny Press Office. no3d"
CHILDREN to BOARD-Br an Amerioan
Burse, north-east corner of Baymtlltr and Rich-mond-itreeta
entrance on Blohmorid-atreet.
oral homework. - Moat be a rood waaber and
Ironer. IuqniroatNo. 11 Qoorge-elrett. nolo
Wanted, Immediately, good Jonrneymaa
on ladles' onatom-work. A good Amerioan work
man of steady babita may And a steady seat by ap
plying soon to Box 61, Richmond, Ind. no2d
fonneen years old, at anything where he can
make bimielf useful. Address 0. bfOFFIB, this
office. no2b
WANTED Clerks, salesmen, book-keep-era,
porters, bar-keepers, coopers, mechanics,
laborers and others, can find situations at the Mer
chants' Clerks' Registry Office, No. Ml West Fifth
street. fpoa-V HA LB ft CO.
eral homework. References required. Ap
ply at the basement of the High Church, corner of
Fourth and i ain-atreeta. no2b
ANTED A GIRL To do the work of
a small family. Inquire at Mo. 4S Sycamore.
. . - noab"
Apply at No. H West Third-street. no3b
and Miaaee' pegged shoes, sit No. 230 Wal-pat-street,
up stairs. no2b
WANTED GLASS Broken green glass,
; nold No. ao East Columbia-street.
WANTED BOARD By ft young lady, a
competent muilc teacher, in a private fam
ily, where the oonld give instructions oo piano,
guitar or nielodeon aa compensation for board. The
best reference can be siren. Address Hiaa V. 0.,
care oi N. B. Keanan, laguerreotype Boom, No
Fourth-street, Cincinnati. oo-awt
WANTED AGENTS and others to call
and examine tbe corn-hnsker, gate-fastening,
v.. ,r ,.11.1 - J . -1? 1
"P muito-jiunaiiQi, ai:iBBur0-aiiariauer., ailU
ft variety of other thinae, flmt-rnte to trarel with, at
No. 8 West Third-street.
WANTED Three or foor Yonng ChiU
. (Iron to take instructions on the Piano
forte. Terms, 85 per quarter. Apply for particulars
at Ho. (8 Broadway. . no2
TO engage in circulating by Mbicrlptlon,
some new highly ornamental and entertaining
Books, Maps, rftarta, Ao. Hen now operating clear
from to $190 per month. Call and examine tbe
atock and get a descriptive clronlar, look at testimo
nials of agents now onneratlng, Ac. ,
Consultation free. Cull soon. '
, JUACKR. BAKNITZ, Publisher,
oo2m J8 W. 4th Street, (up stairs.)
-sx. Hlcnmond-atreet, with M years' leas. In
FOR SALE Omnlbniea, Peddler Wagons,
Spring Wagons and Buggies.
j. it.
Bank-street Omnibus faoiory.
IOR RENT In Oorlngton, K7., near the
corner of Second and Qreennp-streets, H0V8K,
with three rooms and Hall, with plenty of water.
Call at tbe corner, as above, on H. CUNNINGHAM,
owner, - ' .; , , ;, no8h
rooms, and Fnrniinre for sale. Those wanting
a oohy borne, n the line or a street railroad, will ap.
ply on the premises, No. 31' Raymiller, near York,
R00MS-()f different udej, D the fourth-story
of Apollo Buildings. Ready forcecupanoy on the 1st
of November. Inquire of H. V. HOBTON,
ocaiawt . ' ' 1 Apollo Bnlldliiga, ad floor.
FOR RENT A HOUSE In Covington, on
Philadelphia-street, 8 squares from lower Ferry,
being a new Bonse just flnl.ned, front and side yards,
hall, Ao. Rent $200 per year. Apply to
oc3Hd No. 67 Maln-ttreet, Cincinnati, 0.
J- Gas, for Gentlemen, at 301 Thlrd-atreet, near
Plnm. OCS1M
BOARDING. A lady and gentleman, or
two gentlemen, can Dave one or two front
room, with board, In ft private family,
. Apply at
r,t. 0 ninni-BTTBffl.
. M-M Instant, a pair of Gold Spectacles, near the cor
ner of Tine and fifth-streets. The flnder win be
rewarded by leaving tbem at B. W. BOOTfl 4 CO. '8,
corner of walnut and Pearl-streets. - . no3b
MM. that they are selling lumber at thalr yard oa
Freeman-street, next to Cincinnati. Hamilton and
Dayton Railroad, ! . v.. j ..
Than any other Lumber Dealers in the city. "'. ,
" Quick Sales and Small ; Profits "
.: They submit the following llat of arlcesi
Clear lnmber, all thicknesses, 1 In. mttrnVK Kn io
Onnimnn. 1U tnrf , In.k Sl.Hb m m
"soa . Jl tyoknesses..... i (0 17 h
Third " ' Itoarde.. 11 u il l
- Hemlock Joiat, ScantUng and Timber,
nUr " ' "
m. 11 00 12 M
lint Common flooring Boardu .., tJ o 37 m
Second "':!' , ' """. 7 - 00
Third " ' .,.! lam nn
11 en 14 on
tint OommoB. Weather Boftrde.H... is 0 17 to
Seoond . " ;, ; " " -i --.. U 0 U 00
apedar Posts, a by 4, 8 feet, per aaadrea., M 04 woo
,1 Jadar ; . Jar ftftcln. , ,,
' Iicenst '. " " 't M 00 10
.h A farther iootiontJ)peroeot will be snade on
blllaor liooor more. , '-
We have one of the largest and beet selected stooka
of Lumber In the Cincinnati market, whioh waeffsr'
" Ibr sale at the above prices. 1
Mtf - , . ' -"I" '
tt and Oonnsellor at Law, Cheat's Bnlldin
lr4itrtst,ldooralestof ktaia, K..m
If yon want a servant, advertise In . . -.
If yea want a house, advortlse In '"' ' '.
If yoa want to seU anything, 'advertise In
If ton want to boy anything, advertise In -i
I nun), every want supplied by advertising la
Adtiktiiiis, Aniiraioi ! Bear In mind
that th Pmht Puss is read in greater
number of families than ary other piper
printed in Cincinnati j that the working-man
reads it, that it is emphatloally tha people'
paper, and U rapidly winning III way to'a olr
Ottlatfon nnpMfledonted in the history' of ' the
Weatom newspaper. "Tha manufacturer and
retail merohant can not bnt be benefitted by it
ai a medium of advertising. ' ' '
. 1 .1";
i -
JEsT'See advertisement of fenolng. '
Gas HsiTiito Btoves.
Fifth and Walnut.
Thoii Otsiers It ig astoniibingwhat
superb Oysters Robert Orr, No. 11 WestTlfth
street, Is rooeivlng daily from Baltimore. We
advlso those of onr eltlsens who want line
Oysters to give Orr a call and teat their excel
lent quality.
- "'I'- ' ,: ' j (
New School Lot. Tha requisite approval
ha been given so that the city may purchase
a lohool lot, one hundred and twenty-nve feet
front, on Main-street, above Hamilton Road,
for $12,500, on the following terms: eash,
$1,000; one year, $3,000; balance In twelve
Citt IifPiBMARY Statistics. During the
month of October, twenty-seven persons were
amitted into the city infirmary, and twenty
seven discharged. In the same period of
time one child was born and ona died. At
the close of the month there were 241 per
sons in the institution, againtt 247 of the
previous month. ; , ,, , ;. r . .; ;
- 1 '; S 1 1 1 :iV'r.
" Ppopositiok to Chauob Rotjm or H0BI8
RArcaoan An applleation has been made, on
petition of citistns, to permit Ciocinnatl 8treot
Railroad Company to banga their line where
it roes on Bay miller-street therefrom to Linn
and Bank-street. . . . ., , ,, ,
The snbjeot bai been referred to the Com
mittee of Connoil on Roads and Canals.
At the tegular session of Connty Commll
lioners, vesterdv morninr. that hnd ne.u
orders amounting in tbe aggregate to $1,029,94,
Mi wuidu M9,oo were paia to the atiaehtt 01
Lick Run Lunatio Asylum ; $13J,S3 to Dr.
Mount for services at the same establishment;
$400 to Eipart k Bro., for bedsteads fur
nished for tbe South-western Lanatlo Asylum ;
$83,66 for work on the Carthage Road, and the
icmslnder for sundries. : ,
1 JOcbs-aListio. We have herefore neglected
to stabt that M. F. MoQulllen, Eaq., formerly
of the Snqrinr, and late editor of the Mem
phis Evning Argut, has returned to hit earlier
newspaper love, having assumed charge of
mo ivoai department oi mat journal. Mr.
MoQ. is a gentleman of intellect and culture,
industry and tact, and, what Is not so common
now-a-days, writes the English language. We
are pleased to welcome him back to the eorpi
of Queen City Journalists.
Asbist op a Thiep TJkdbb Pbodliab Cib
oomstahcss. Some days ago a fellow named
George AulickJ entered the house of a family
on Bvcamore-street, between Third and
Fourth-streets, and stole some articles of
clothing, but ia making his escape, lost bis
Cap. Day before yesterday he west back to
the house, and seeing the cap, claimed it as
his own. He was immediately arrested upon
chaTge of having committed the theft, and
lodged in the Hammond-street Station-house.
ciktt. The meeting for the election of officers
of the Cinelnnati Medloal Society, for the en
suing year, was held on Tuesday sight last at
the residence of Dr. Blaokman, on the corner of
Eighth and Race-streets. It was larzelv at-
tended, and, after the reading of quite an able
paper on Tabcroulotis, by Prof. Isweon, re
sulted in the selection Of the following officers 1
t i-resiaeni rroi. ii. M. liiweon.
VioePresident-MJeorge Blaokmarft (T f 5 3 ,
Reoording Secretary M llton T. Carry, M. D
Corresponding Secretary J, S, Dodge, M. D.
Treasurer B. F. Richardson, M. D.
' .) -u--'; !m'i ;
l Scsdat ScHodL Mass Mbbtimg. A miss
meeting of the Sunday Schools, under the
direction of the Young Men's Library Asso
ciation of the Sixth-street' Methodist Protes
tant Church, took place night before'last in
the lecture room of tbe ohurch, on Sixth
street, near race. It was very largely at
tended, and the exercises, to those who took
part in them, seemed to be quite interesting.
A well digested and able address, on the
"Importance and Necessity of a Well Selected
Library," was delivered by the Rev. Joseph
J. White, and listened to until the end by
the audience, with. evidentmanifestations of
delight, after whioh the meeting closed with
the usual devotional exercises. ; 1
Abeistid fob 3 baud Laeoint. A woman
named Ellen Eeif was arrested yesterday and
committed to the Ninth-street Station-home
upon oharge Of stealing $106 from another
named Hannah Job, who resides on the comer
of Longworth and Plum-Street. It appears
that Ellen bad been engaged In the Millinery
establishment of the other, and that while
there, having some liberty, she was tempted
about four weeks ago to take this money. The
theft was not discovered for some time, and
the thief, bad she been prudent, might have es
caped entirely. Bnt her vanity, a trait com
mon to women, indaoed her to dress hsrs elt in
such a style as to exalte suspicion, which af
terward became almost as "strong as proof of
Holy writ' She will, In all probability, un
dergo an .examination this moraine before
Judge Lowe,i .,: .. r:i tiHSt W,
1 hut?.- : ', , j 1 .. , ,. . .
SiKflOT.AnCiHi ov iLLrarfFATunnoflDiw-On
Monday afternoon a man, whose nsme we
re unable to learn, was arraigned before
Justice McFall upon a charge of illicit father
hood, preferred against htm by a yonng and
florid-looking girl named Catherine Roger.
The . magistrate, Winning the oate would be
best settled by a marriage, induced the man
to promise to wed the girl at his house, in the
evening, and then permitted him to depart for
to purpose or procuring a venloie to carry tne
parties to that place. Ha did not return, how
ever, and, after waiting soma time, the girl
and Justice departed together. Not long titer
they arrived at the Bouse of the magistrate it
was jppw'ouite.dftrk It was .evidsnUJiathe
in wpuitt ne a nioinet peror the became a
if. Anlesi the' tardv lover made hla atmear-
ane'fcrV ad-itw4deUrlr,ed'totend her
Utm 4oi;thrOitdaI.IBnpifAlJJrhe
necetsiin .MranmmeMweeMve aid she
waffcurrleoffjnt jlie tnae.wllh 1L their
speed,' seemed much too 'short, for She had not
been In that Institntien ten minutes before she
ceased to suffer, as a girt and began to sndnro
the penalties of maternity.' .
v oe wuast fatber of her new-born babe nu
not been heard of since, and will pot be, per
haps, until the Brlerlan-handsd law, through
on of her mlnloni, reUkes and force him to
tee and wed the on whom he dishonored, 1
Poucs CouBTBosines yesterday at the
Police Court was quite dull, bat there were one
or two elroumstanoes eon nested with the see
lonVhlch Ire brobablv worth of a naragranh .
The ordiDaryndmbwrof eases was disposed of
u- mc-TiauAi amount ,pr .uae - oeoopttd by
them 1 bnt (hey were a uninteresting as it is
profitable for sqeh charges t be.
At the opening of the Court the Prosecuting
Attorney ,'aftet fpeakms for few moments lb
the .highest, sod not eulogiitio, terms of Mr.
JohnrUano, tendered his rottgaatron as Mar
shal of tbe City. He then presented the ap
pointment, by , the Mayor, of Captain Lewis
Wilson at Chief of the Police, saving that he
otaimtd the offlot which had just been vacated
by virtue of this appointment. .
Judge Lewe regretted that the Court which
had decided that he had made an error in' the
appointment of Mr. Gano, had not designated
the proper person who sbonld take hi place,
and thus relieve him of tbe neoessity of making
a, new appointment - The decision, however,
seemed to point toward Capt. Wilson as the
one who should oeenpy the place, and, a a
salt was pending in regard to the constitution
ality of .the law, he would reoognite the ap
pointment Which the 'Mayor had made until
the olelm "of Mr.; Robinson for the office had
been decided upon;; Mr. Wilton then assumed
the duties of his new offioe, and discharged
them with bis usual quietness and ditpatoh. :
The case of Stephen Golden was afterward
called and disposed of.' Oar readers will re
member that he -was arrested some time age,
and that a considerable quantity of counterfeit
money was found in his possession. The pris
oner preferred to waive an examination, but
the Judge conolnded to hear a conpla of wit
nesses, that he might, from their evidenoe, be
better able to determine the amount at which
to fix his bail. - -
Officer Hatly testified to having seen the
defendant in company with several person
who were known to be notorious counterfeit
ers, and stated that when he was taken a
lrge quantity of spurious bill ano bogus
coin, was found upon hi person. ) Some of the
money was produced in Court, and admitted
to be counterfeit by the defendant, who tried
to explain the manner in. which it came into
his possession, by saying that he had been
employed, for a recompense of ten dollars) to
carry it from Fourth-street to the Race-street
bridge, and, by introducing several witnesses
to prove his former good character. '' " " "
under the circumstances, Judge Lowe
thought the matter should go before the
Grand Jury, and the testimony would seem
to warrant such a conclusion. He was there
fore hold in tbe sum of $1,000 to answer the
charge before the next term of the Court of
Common Pleas. ' , ,: ,
Wiklt Rapoir or THB Oitt AuOITOB. The
City Auditor last night reported to the' City
Council that during tbe week ' ending yester
day warrant' have, been drawn on the City
Treasury for the follow log amounts t--
WatCh FODd.iMMwm,MWM.M.HM.iMI.J .t so
Inteieat Fund.,
41,5(2 18
Huverlor Court Fund.,
1,100 10
622 SO
4,060 19
428 SV
J.399 33
2,250 (JO
3,993 21
Fire .Department Fund. ...........
rimue Kuurt auu uiiv nuuo m una . .
ueuerai una ...M...M...H.,,M
Special Ordinance Fund es hi test
eteee sees eeeoete
uommon Bcnooi runa
1 a a sitae He tttt
Total. M..M.nM.m.n,..MM....mra,. 74
There sre now remaining in the City Trea
sury the following sums j ..
General Fond.,
te Ite 1 1 tttttf t e 1 1 $ 8J.J05 17
watch rund...,
t V Se
21,903 99
390 M
Bnnerior Court und...,
Fire Depiirtment Fund..,
Light Fund,.,.......,.,
Work-house Fund..,
DIUIS K UUU ..,(...
Common School Fund,
colored school Fond.,
,, ,..,tw,.,w..,m,
379,W 00
SriTODiAB ahd ' Amrsw6 'JiBb'imsTAiro.
Yesterday morning between . three and four
o'olook, a negro man, in company with,' bis
wife, coming to this oity to market, brought
hiawsgonto a halt between the first and
second toll-gates on the Reading Road, un
hitched hi norse,and bnilding a rousingfire,
' laid him down to rest." But, alas I for hu
man hopes, the flames oame in contact with
his clothing and burnt him quite severly,
while the horse, alarmed at the grand pai
sent d'etfer which his master was performing,
ran away and approached the city at a speed
which might surprise any steed less fast than
"Flora Temple," followed by the antique fe
male, who was in the habit of imprisoning in
her aable arm the highly illuminated spec
tacle. He was carried into- the house of a
German gardener in the vicinage, where he
now lies suffering considerably, but at the
same time , a fine specimen of rout buck.
Sad Accident to a School Bot. A couple
of boys, named Charles Scott and John Ly
man, while on their way from school yester
day afternoon, on Mound-street, quarreled,
when tbe former threw a heavy bowlder,
striking the latter in the face, and knocking
him senseless to the ground. . He was taken
up and carried home, when it was found that
hi left cheek bone had been broken, and that
the fall had injured him somewhat intern
ally. Hi wounds were speedily attended to,
but he suffers severely, and bis . recovery is
considered somewhat doubtful f
A Fbgitivb in ths Xaxm of a Cihciknati
Dbtictivb. The Memphis BulUHn of Tuesday
morning ha the .following in . regard to the
doings of 'the - detectives of this oity: Special
Officer Bloom, of Cincinnati, departed for New
York oity en Sunday evening, having in oharge
Francis Buer, the individual arrested in thi
city a few days since, '.charged with being a
fagitlve from justice in the above oity. The
removal of the prisoner was by virtue of a
requisition issued by Governor Morgan, of New
York " ':'." i
Nsw Nami. The C. H. and D. Railroad
have altered the name of the station heretofore
known as " Ernst's." Yesterday ticket were
printed recogniiing that station as "Brighton."
The Company have expended considerable
sum to gravel the approaohea to the platform
and to provide water for stock. .Hog have
been coming in freely by this road, and it is
expected that " Brighton" hereafter is to be a
stock market, it being near by the bona Adt
" Bri8hton".-';:
Pbboha Pans. A telegram from Wilmington,
to the Chief of the Police, Captain Wilson,
yesterday, states that Louis Sehlesslnger, who
was arrested in thi city a few day ago, upon
a oharge of obtaining money by false pre
tences, had been honorably discharged, and
was about entering snit against the authorities
for false imprisonment. H . , - -. "; ( i
U .: "'iV ;.
"A Citt Official Fiin roa Dbubkixibbs.
Bunker,' the keeper of the City Prison, was
yesterday morning' before Judge Lowe, on a
charge of drankennees and fined fire dollars
and costs.a:This he wfhted topay,Trndyof
course, he had to be conflned; but the hurs
dred and fifty wretches who occupy that In
stitution would then be without m keeper, and
he was taken to hit old station in the office. ,
Boabd Of Citt. InFoyMBBTS. The Board
of Oity1 Improvements " yesterday sfternoon
held a special session, and authorized the Clerk
te prepare and transmit to the Oity Council
ordinances to as less a special tax upon property
abutting Eighth-street from Elm to Plum;
Eighth-street from Freeman to Harriet, and
Vine-street from Second to ; Pearl, and then
adjourned. j .
MxriOBOLooiOii IdascBVATtolf xTor the
Ptiwy Brat, by Henry Ware, Optician, No. 7
WtFonrth-tret. ni . i . v.-. rt i
, . ., i" i,-""' " i JfOvember J, 1M9.I
' 1 ' i BdrometeMfi Tktrmoaoter.
7 A. M..l...i...,r.J9 7 ,t l M i t-. H
llM...,..,,,,,;.,,,..,,, 72 HJr tK i as
.aP,.Al.i..M.H..N..M..mMM.wl979 l0.f',l'lt H H
! i't .-" ,' I . '.';.",,a I
A Mabbbt-wokam' FocKarPioxin. A we
man who wm attending Market on f ifth-itreet,
a day or two ago, had htr pooket picked of
about thirty dollar, by a customer who pur
chased tome apples. She did not discover her
loss until the person had disappeared and then,"
although she followed In the lame dlreetion
tome distance, the thief could not b. found.
.-..,........ 4.227 48
,................ I93,Ml ?t
.n.,M.H,t,.M.... . 62,90 94
...... ' . 4,?W 89
AgMtju. RsrtBT of HinitvroM CocsrT Aobi-
is The Board of Directors of the Hamilton
County Agrioaltursl Society yesterday submit
tod their annial report to the Hoard of County
Commissioners. It reads a fullo's :
"We feel gratified to state t'oat wo have
added many improvements to f ur grounds that
will prove permanent and give t the property
an inviting appearance as tbe erection of
lubstaptial fences, planting ilnvJe-trer;., con
aaeting water to and through the grounds from
the canal, building stablea, tt. i f e i ,
"W havel estimated the value of our property
at a figure above that of the report. Thi is
explained by the fact that all the fencing on
the north jslde of the grounds has been built
within the past Tear, as Well' al the lohtr' ran
01 euoies on tne west side, some torty in num
ber, requiring an expense of of about $1,000."
The financial statement is as follow :
Total receipts from tbe Fair of 1M9 J3.413 48
Total receipts from tbe County Treasury.,.,... Juo 00
. TotalM,.,..
..-r.... J2,633 lit
s: iJ S if
.1 J I , r T.k ,. , DISSnxsiHSKTS
Expended for Premiums
... 8.B0O
,.. 1,586 91
.......$2,409 91
Bill Payable In Bonds..
Sundry Accounts
,M.,.M.M.,..M.,.M... BlJjlOO 00
3,133 00
Fair Grounds' and Improvements .2. ...$36iM 00
Cash and good acoouuts,
e tt te t act aeet aet aeeot
M 0I
Deduct UabUitles,.
, M,....M,n...M.........wn.,...i
,.$26,778 50
Exoess of assets on liabilities 117,490 60
The report was made by John C. Soheack,
Secretary of the Soelety and Chairman of the
Committee on Accounts. The profits on the
Fair of 1359 were $228 SI.
9Salt. water passengers arrived at To tor's
new nth and'game depot, No.' 206 Vine-street,
between Fifth and Sixth, by American Ex
prese Company-Bast,-els, flounder live
lobster, ood-fisb, o. Come and get them!
" ' a.-i,
CmcilMATi Strut Ttiutnin C.nuvAn-r
This company paid into the treasury, yester
dav. tha snm of tool 98. tha iniiini nf tr..
portatlon tax due the oity, at one cent for eaoh
passenger carried.
fi8RtiWAfl find all Winila nf tin anJ
jf . - v. wut muwi
iron work can he had nt Nn. 901 Pifth.
of- C. W. Mackelfresh. eod '
YOOTHrrJL - OniNDKRa Ttavnwa wtrn Pnt,..
Coubt. Thoma Finley, C. Roach, John
Kirow, Patrick Nowlan and John Gabril,
imnlicated in the lata Fifth.etroaf.
were before Mayor Foley yesterday morning!
Gabriel had informed Lieutenant Cook, uf
Cincinnati, and Marshals McLaughlin and
Riff. Of thin AltV.tW ha hA .V,. C..
first-named boys with a great number of
oopperss that they had asked him where they
uuuiu vj uieuoaeu or, ana tnat alter ne bad.
utoto mom wj oroxer s omce, tney fur
ther told him all about the robbery. Fear
ing lest he might not be forthcoming at the
time of trial, he was arrested as accessory to
the crime, though it was the intention to re
lease him, provided hehould tell the truth,
on the witness stand, and concealed nothing.!
When called upon to testify he wa admon-j
lshed by the Msyor to reveal all; but, oon
trary to. expectation, and evidently contrary
to' his interest, he denied notonly having any
knowledge of the burglary; but having ever
revealed anything to the officer. Aside from
the evidence exptoted from him, enough was
forthcoming to justify the Mayor in binding
each of them over for their appearance at the
Circuit Court The amount or their bonds
were fixed at $100 each. Gabriel, who sought,
to save bis comrades, was held to bail in the.
aura f $200, on a oharge of perj ury .
Another boy, about ten years of age, whose,
name we withhold, of respectable parentage
has been engaged in numerous acts of peit.y
depredations, recently, until his conduct at
tracted the attention of the officers. He t aa
accordingly brought before the Mayor, v, ho,
in consideration of his extreme youth, dis
missed him with a severe admonition, which,
it is to be hoped, will have a salutary eOect,
,,Saiiit JostrH's Chcboh. This structure, by
far tht finest edifice In the city, looatei on the
corner 6f Twelfth and Greenup-strtets, is now
nearly eoihpleted..' Its style' of architecture is
modern, and its interior arrangement; whioh in
in admirable taste) Is decorated wi th cruci
fixes, and painting; and other paraphernal
used in Cathoiio Churohes. Around the wulla
are pictures, eighteen in number, representing
different inoideots lathe journey of Christ to)
'Mount Calvary. The first of these represent
his trial before Plltrte, and the last, his inter-,
ment In the Holy Sepulchre. The altar is
deoorated with flowvrt and numerous quota
tions front various parts of the Scriptures. The
church is always; open, and at almost any
honr of the day peraons may be seen kneeling;
in Its aisles and offerlng'up their prayers after
the manner of their i'ect. ' '-
II Mob MLaobb. Mti.' Charle GeUbauar it
creating another large brewery, opposite hit
Old one, on the corner of Soott and Pike-streets
Either the Amereloans are fast learning M
drink lager, or the Germans are immensely on
the Increase; but probably both of these t',nd
to enhanee the demand for this beverage,
flfk nve require cash from our carrier
for the Pbibs, it becomes highly important
that he should receive his pay eaoh week
from, our patrons. . Our friends will please
take notice. " " '
Mobi Sabbath : Bssakiko. Offioer Dlgby,
of the Cool Burins? nreoinct. arrested
young men on Sunday last for violating the
uiauw u preserve oraer on tne oaooath.
They were fined from $2 to $5 eaotu I
Altbirati Ripbrtaxoi. One jf our oitt-
sens. Dftnudl William Carnav. ah. f....A.,in
w ' j i w -ii jmt ,
finds himself involved in domestio difficulties,
we yesterday arraigned, at the Instance of his
better-htlf, for disorderly conduct; but when
the case wa examined she repented her' rash-
nesa, anu. aentea mat any aimculty nad oo
enrred. He la the nm. man y,n . ...
m nuv, M.
ViOUS time, beoama so nanltant that. k i.
the Mayor and requested to be put in jail, as he
venerea no nuntta toe puniinmenu
t ucb bohoomv rrotessor T. D. Edward had
occasion, a jew diys since, to punish a boy
named James Root, for some infraction of
school diiolpllne, for whioh the bey was taken
r .v , i , . , . . ....
iruiu.juu swoinary ofliseioer orotner, Ullver.
Yesterday afternoon while Mr. E. was going
te tha sehool-boase, he wa overtaken byyoung
Root,near the corner of Monmouth and Taylor
streets, Where a personal rencounter took place.
Root threw a heavy stone, which barely missed
Edward, who, In .turn, draw a pistol, but did
not fire. - alow the matter will , result lentaini
to be seen. , ,,; r-',!.'. . ..... t i
f. Bot Dsowbkd. A boy named David Banm
wa drowned yesterday In the Lioking, above
the rolling mill. He wis, rowing a skiff, from
which he fell by some accident. Hi body has
been, recovered. r--:v '.;-';.V-'
Soit ,' B : Dajiagbs. W understand that
Mrj Roilnr.. auiitrip nf tha F. AIilL
td commence a siiit for damages against thoso
who were engaged in the deatruotion of his
press ind type on last Friday aad Saturday.
Thtj Venus will be changed from Newport,
but wither, we are unable to, designate, i
Steamboat Register.
AaarvAU-Boaton, Lonlaville; Magnolia, Mart
Vlllei Forest Queen, Madlaon; Anglo-Saion, 8t.
LouliiKass May. Ueaspbia; Dnnleith, Neville; Tir'
ginla Home, Neville; swallow, Marietta; Uarmora.
Blttabgrg. .
DiFAttTtliia Bolton. Tjonlivllla! Varanll.
villet FnrMt Qneen, Bladiton; Ntptnoe. Mew Orltanai
2!2!i.1tl.,'J0?l,2i Foland, Nashville; Puolelth,
Neville; Tlrglnia Home, NrrlUe. .
:' Wood. TfftWs r.f- NmiiT W''0mw6
i Howtniiia.--The thlnl ,retireaBtalni of Cioc
.WJSl""? i',Ln'f,',, "Jre. flue, audience. to
WoM'iTsmi'f. The nr hnving become more
anil morai fmnib iv wrrti Uisiruu and the business
.hi l'.r."'2,,.l,"""',' IwiterUian before, and
th lftii,wt wM il.4 andieiice maiilfeete ii Ike
SIV "f of"'e'"'ly" Uimia '.aad'i.HeasiDuooi.,"
. ,h k f.nn".l.'lr ih revalation hart been mde
f m Mbit, that thev wart loved j Tha Hay he
i.l5SJlimpJet9, sncowi, SuaDciatiy, tmt it uuut be
ylthdraivn ro dive war to other nolrins, n the n
gnKeraentof :Mr. Amlenwe can uot rxtuud beyond
time!? ' r"t,1-!''U foTlSJJS?
thSi' 1lihj' f wi" b,M anotUrpart'oir
this paper, Ukes a b.nellt to-morrow evening? and
f09"" t'Llara D.,uttaa" in M.ilaer't bIiil il
Play ot loNv,aiid at "Katherint," In Vuakra's
tid rendere a just concettton of the chHraeterthe
portrays In good taste, aud ofilmea with feeling and
..uvrav, o vut;ip) auv expect, to Ju,lie
from the worth of the beueflclaro and the magnetic
power of the bill, to see the house crowded 'Troni
Pit to do nit." ' , 'l . i
Xational Theatib Evadsi. Julia Dean
appeared last night as the "O unteea," la Sheridan
linowlei'e play of Lovt, licforeone of the ftneat an
andlencet that baa raced the boxes nf the national
during th... proaent aeaain. Her lrnperaonadoo oi
the prond but loving "Counteae" was cbaate, elegant
aud eOi-cttve, and while la tome parte it was faulty,
It luieroited and pleusi'd hr bearers In, all. The t
paetlveneaa of iliir charming woman end popular
Sotre.B duos not seem to have abated one jot. and tbe
P'rsoue alio drawn now to witness IW performances
ere the aame which in days ayone were proud to sob,
foMihemti-lvca ber admirers. . .
f iciHl?.11 '1?U BParln Shlel'a bcantlfol pley
t',YI"B "l,h. ir- Hinoro as "Ludovico." If this
gentleniau could barter his appamnt lack of feeling
and adamantine nature for a little sympathy and
SSi?"1,,,l h wnl4 u " excelleat actor. Never
studious TOi"' Bd "lw5y,t ctnM nd
PgRsowiL Miss Eliza Logan, oertalnly the
Cilfy'T' r,"idJ?,,n,th, country, bade her
i. in.,rla.ull"tf,"m"1 Professional farewell on Kri.
aSSiJ1" nuu densely packed, and the
aaa7,ihu7"0.l th m0l 'thoaiaallc that ever
IrSi 5.".i!l"i J1'1Muln. After a abort address,
bav Si '.l.'S 'I" ,A,' ?" ".nd Be' ,"MI" t"" would
hSnL i,lr,u,k' "l8 hvulr Plauditaof the whole
a 0t ome dozn or mere of her frienda de
tamed her at the target for floral bullets. At least
w.-J f?ql,l8it bouaueie and elewint wroatlia
rf,ched tbe aiage very near tha tame moment, and it
rtuutred active dodslug on the part of the allied
metres to avoid h shots. Howevc r, she soon cleared
tbe stage, and smiled a kind adieu, reaembllng, at
behind the curtain, m ordinary tised
nowergrden In midsummer. '
"MeuadexsiaRd that Hl.s Logan has recently re
ceived aa t bridal gilt one of the Huoai located farms
in conneclicut, which the intends shall be her future
,Ooifc..Ibe-rrDj iala the pieaMnt town orSiaui
ford, and ver aeventy acreeor well cultirated land.
A ttttrtiillllliigone more engagement la Cincinnati,
tnia popular American en rem ruiros forever from
the stage, We aie eure lhatibe best wi-betof the
American public will follow her to her retirement.
If she provet half aa good a wife at she has been
daughter aud sitter, the future husband wilt indeed
be au onvled niau.1'
Tab Cohcrst To-Nioht. Onr readers will
r.memborthe concert to-night at Smith A Nixon's
'i sl. VMW DM clmr n1 tM aoprano voice
which will please any who may bave tbe g mi fortune
ISPTfiVri "" l'lhe oilers attracUooawhlch
should till this capaciout hall to repletion. Sbonill
be lualsud bv Mi J. 8. Drew. Meatra. Tosao and
Kubkel, of thia city, and air, Moriian, of New fork,
tSfP0.wh9 0imf )"" wl,h considerable reputation.
With tbest and an excellent programme, we cer
tainly expect to tee one of the butst audiences of
tbe season. -
Cobcebt bt Cobbadi Collieri. Siirnor Cor-
rartl Rnl inn. r. v, , A .. . ..
"u - ,uiau,, KDQvn in tola city
an an excel mi h,,ff, .in.. ..a .. u " ' ,
t ni.hnT. -V "" .". tva""" must?.
, . : 1 . a'.o wuceri to-morrow uignt
Mt.5?J,.1i.5NJlix,)B H."' Ml",tld bi hl1 dftngliler
i. i. i 1 r"sus - ne programme
la very line, aud comprise among other exoelleut
In I ii fti r nt TVs pnal I 1 ai 1 1. . .... .
for IT Barbiire. . ", " ' u'-'cu),em
J " 1 W I
The Judges met in General Term, and heard
a motion to reverse a Judgment in the caee of tbe
Bakers' Dulon against Struuve. v
n Dpelal Terra, before J ndge Hoadly, a verdict
, J .. Iwl luo pinmim ior pi,mo.,in tne
against a" Uri?in Bank of Milasukie,
The County Commissioner v.
Campbell. J udge Carter delivered tbe opinion, hold-
; - -w vuiuunHivngn wuea mey maae ooa
?t 6re 'J?"1" fur and adjoiuuiug the judg-
-Wood v. Carpentir. Tie'origlnal case' was a bill
to redeem, and the tueation now was, whether the
,ns-r,iu woora coruin matters or account were re
lerrt, bad adopted a correct principle in the settle-
v. ..uBV viuuinuu wiuuuucpi W9 vpinion SUS-
tHining the , excepiioua. Judge Tilden for plaintiff;
Hesere Ball udiI Tall for dofeu.e. -
Hughes vs. Connelly. A petition In error. The
action was brought by a contractor to recover for
repairs oi a aide-walk on Westeru-row. The point
turned on a qiiuaitou of f ict, as to whether a portion
ol the street had ever been dedicated.
JuilgeGhoiaon announced the opinion. The law
wm now well twltled thut there tontrt. beadedlcatlon,
M prescribed by ithostiiite, or under the Conimon
baw mode. A dcdicaiion mlftht be inferred from ail
the circumstances in thecate: but the two circum
suucee rmiituiiiteau intciu t dedicate, and an ac
ceptaiire by the city. The evMcnce tended to show
that this party owneil property abutting on Wettern
row, and Hut lo privato convelmatlout held with
wiaio pertona he had pea.e an intention not to
deaieate uotll the oity hlwolo pw him for it., Facte
wre Introduced on the other tide to show so intep
tiou to dwlicata, and a user on the part of tbe public
was i proved.., Vho decitieu blow wat In favor of the
ifedlcaiiuu, aud this. Court was ret prepared to diffor
tnim thaf ruling. . Judgnientemrmud.
Coniuiualonota of Uamilton County vs. J.' H.
Dandy, fliis wm p-'tiiiou in error. J udge Gholson
pre the opinion. The defendant bad beeu aetlgned
by the Court tu defunri a nrl.,,nr .nd ....,.,, JTi ...
the Board of pommls.iouert acbareforbla eervioee,
which was rejected, or a tmal er amount oflered. To
this Dfiri.an .if oIia gtA....i....i .
Tutrrtn unnii ewKti.lt U. m "r .
jutuent fir tbe attorney. , j ,
M.nv uuviuiiMionen uroagtttthecaa before thin
Court to itntle t(e question us towhether thiswus
cae in which au appeal would lie.
Thi. ilitiirt urut et nhinl... IA
" wi'iuiuii Hint iv wm nu. a cue
coming within tha pin-flew or the etatnt, which
1 r. watt tha iliit- ne r1.. -A a ' ' ' m
tne defeuse ot an indigent priuoner, aud of counsel
Fit ltrlSt .ailH IhhIauA a . 1. Ai..t!l . 1 ...
dm, it was dependant on tbeditcrtUon of tome
Cody l he County Commiteionere being the tribunal
cuu.tltiited to Uecid- upon the quenion; and there
"fl'S no appeal frona suoh decision. Judgment
Judfire Carter expired bU -diiflent from the
be paid under ihlt law, and, if not palrt, hftdMn hU
opluion, the rijht uf appeal to the Common Cleat. !
arPLiCATioit roa Wairoy Eaaoa.-State of Ohio
vs. Jacob i'arker. (convicted overs year ago of mur-
J tor a writ uf error. Motion was rnsleted by Mr.
v .oVr. , vii ciaie, unuer aurisement of
tbe Court.
Monetary and Commercial.
Eastern Exohaoge remains altogether un
r nan tf.fi . T.ltfln .r,iri,u u.- , . ,
In the market, whioh remained firm atjjbnying,
" dealers paying o. oa Philadelphia and Mew
xork,) aud 'A premium selling price.
Monaotry affalna were unaltered yt sterday,oontinu
ing rather etrlogent, but gradually Impruriog.
.Capital ia much easier than it has been, and first
liate borrowers bave little diulcnlty In obtaining
" " .'id u.uai tun., rnies lx&vs per ceut.
The receipts of Currency are dally improving in
still in good demand at 49c. premium,
dealers giving S5(g? i the Utter figure lor round
iiln New Orleans Funds there Is some movement, f
tint this is slight conipjired to what it probably will I
be within ft month. The Bankers art i doing little, I
a toe neavy grocers absorb moatof the financial
transactions with the South. ! " : 1 - '
No change bai occurred eince yesterday In TTncnf
rent Sloney. Jow, Illinois and Witoonain, trettlll
purchased readily at H, and resold at 1 discount;
but little of this Currency lain the market. -
"Mea3is..oliOg, Wllllamit Co., auctioneers, on
Tbird-ttreet, we rogret to learn, made an assign
ment a courae tliey have been oompeUed to take for
the benefit of their city creoltora. Their financial
difficulty is attributed tn loana mtriA at riiffaran.
.times to Honry Falls, ths misalag carpet-dealer, of-
The receipts ef Produce during (he twenty-four
hours ending yesterday noon were as followti ,
CgL''"'"""r";'"''""';- ii
Corn, bushel.
rV. j;f-.---r--"-'- tWMr
".fSr"- ' 1 tr"r.v"-.'ttt-Tn,"mv'?"
The recelsta nf cotton at Memnhla thiyaaaann
M,(100 bale. CxpvrtMl.ouo bale, againat W.OgO halaa
laatyear. 8tca In port ,00 bales. 5 ? T T
' leaieraay t untcngo Preaa and 1'rtbune ODtervM f
tht Mopeynjatfr.il, tbetataty: ' .., 1 , T
" 'The Monoy market opeuedc.alettoay.iwlthltio'
special chanea. The banks are supplying their pro
duce eaatomara freely, for thlrty.dty Hla on Mew
York, Buffalo and Oswego, and the demand continues
heavy. . There teem to be an abundance of aurseney
for every neoweity. ...... - y a . 1 .
Gold is soiree, bnt tbe demand Is light The
broken retail ai two per cent, premium. Bankers do
not teli, but vocationally su pply customers at lHai)e.
Kxobange la in active demand at lji, . The asuunat
making by tblpmtuu of produce, beef, tallow, hides
aud live stock It ajjoveiy large." , .,' , , . .T
Yesterday's St. lonls llepubllcan blttVes : "We,
bave to report a quiet money market, without any
BiSUS of BUCh a demand at tulflhl ha AXbaalad-aAthA
approach of the 4th. Exchange ia aojrwand sells
readily at tht regular rateof H premlnm Ibr Sattern
altht. Cnrrenoy la still inonly moderate supply ate
iioountof U telling. . The tcareltyof It leaoooarrted
for in part by tbe ilemtnd for il la ubloago, and. in
part by tie tranamleahiB ot It to tha eouutrv. to ae
need in tb purcbate uf bogs. Tbe operatloaa ( the.
pork -packers may 1 exiwDtel soon to, increase the
supply ofcxohaiige."' "'-A i- - '. Uj1 a I
[By Telegraph.]
New York Cattle Market.
NEW YORK, November 2.
Beeves have doolised: sales ofi.0fj leai at
tdjioo., sverags price 7o.-a decline of jSc, Sheen
bare alto declined: aaletat tteVOo.) reoelptt lifiii)
h, ad-tha market tt moderately aative. flsaelpts of
U'gt are 17,IKV. and prk-ts have deolined 14 tales at
Cincinnati Produce Market.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, November 2, 1859.
- tle allgbtett changs.la.tba
CZii-Ja.Ml;"'w,,r'cunnn''1 lotnnbrla. curiat
i&nonra - ' FMri '" "
W HleK r-Tha. ifwui. WH CiiilderaMy bT-ttor
Tork con-
" "7 r" . tWft ftSl " bluh-c Mica v :r9
l,t'. brla. at 113 73, chlcn. made Let ev'eiilnfr; itU.
1 an, uiri jiu on, am.)..,, ine m.m-l cl j.c. tirin
ai $14. Lard In gnool dcnmnil, with tale ofVWil4c a
at IOJ4c; amirll Ti.tt sold nt lOHo'i so hhdt. fcacon
Shoulders were eold at Thcj prime Bucun.cltycurud
and freeb smoked, It hftd at TMc. amd'tHe, but
bnyira will not pey over 7Mc. and W.r , nM 0,,
para-Is, pm-k'-d ,aie liaie.cah be hid tt tbewrniiu.
Ibt-rn la not tnncli demand r airy ptlce, hi weVt-r.
GKOCEttld Tho demand contlniii-t moderate
and the, market atcady: aaoa of 94 hbds. Sugar at
7M7Ncr. Cnfloe aud Molaaars steady.- - '
WriKAT-Theniarket la doll, wih a fair demand,
and price are unchanged: sales of 2i0 both, prima
rodatfloSjMOdo. prima bill at Si 06: 200 do, good
mixed red and white at tl (A. . " 1
CUItN-The market la firm, with a good demand:
aaU-a of 300 buhell a 40c.; 2J0 do. at lie.) 300 dd. at
OATS There Is a good demand and arloer era
Steuly: saleaot ,ftttg bwah.atA-Wto
BABLKY The market Is dull; we Quote prims fill
at ttfaiifc.. and fair to-geed afVanoc.,
KiE-Tbe market la firm. Willi a good d:niand,
said trices aeatetly:atsrtaitlr..r -r..--r
Cta.sE -The ru-irkot it firm, with an acilve d
trmud'and light recelpta: tales of S7U boxes We.tera
&SQSH&to-Ul'Qrr ' i
BBTriCH-Tlierels aiiood demakd for choice MJ
and Wettevn' Ktaerve; ooinutou la, dull at MdlSc.i
' jyOTATOEH-Tbe market conttnubg dn1l,r bnt
prieriareanchaegtd: sties of UO buah. prime -shanockt
at floe. ... . . ...
APPLE-The market la wilh a fair demand, at
tiw1nit)rhrl. i -
. CLOVER HEED The market is dull: sales of li
brli. at (4 60; brls. at $1 74.
[By Telegraph.]
New York Market.
NEW November 2—P. M.
. Flour it firmer, without striking change:
aleicfI,0O0brlt.at54 7J'8O for superfine Smk
lta4a for extra State; 4 7Mg410 for tuperflne
western; Ivies M for oommoa to medium extra
weateru; 3(S56li for inferior to good ablpplrg
brandt extra round-hooped Ohio market cloting
quite firm. Canada lour quiet and unchanged:
tales Qf brls. dt $5 356 SO fur common to choice
axtr,, Kye Flour In fair reaneet at 3(3H W.
wlient is heavy and in tavor (.f buyera: isles of
IH.bno tiuahels at 31 18 for choice Mltvraokla Club;
Siatfor white Ctiia)ji-,Jl 60 for choice white Ken.
Micky and MichUau. Bte pretty fair: tales of J,00
biahelsatac.. JBarley nrm and aearoe: saiet of rial
bushelaat Wc. for Canadian.. Corn dull: sales of
liushebi at Wft!i9i fur mined Weak-rn:
SHI for yellow of all kinds. Oats drooping: tales ai
4iwn)jo. for ftato, Western and Cauadiaii.
-' Whlakylowerandh.avy: taios of 1,600 brls. at
0iHc.-cblcily the oide price
Pork less huoyant: "aleaofi.MiObrls.atJI.IJSg.l.lSO
for mesa; SlOotxailoci for prime; $12411 for unin
'parted mats, lietf nnchanged: salee of too brls. at
?i4 2S. for prime; tor countrv uii-aa; f.'lo
tor n-packed me-a; IfU'lH)!' Mlforexttameiiat natea of
bis tiercea Iniliami-aa beef on privnte terma. Beef
Hama unchanged: talcs of lOObrly.at $isieli5i for
prime. Sleet Beef quiot at $IT(cil9. Cue Meats
scarce and nominal at Sc. fnr-ShoukietnanlvH,'it').
for Bams. Bacon quiet. Dreeaed tloe dull ai
7c. Lard dulland heavy: tttleeof7IMi bils. at lO'-.ij
liiVo. 300 pnckagti prime new Lard told for Do
ceoiber and January delivery at Uijtjo,, and new of
fered at 10J4c , without Luyera.
Butter ie good requett at ltlo. fer Ohio and 15
SCo. lor Slate. Clieeae in good demand at txUc.
Cotton It firmer: sales of 8, '(XI balra, including
1,900 balet in tranaltn, tt llXo. fot middlinit Orleans,
wttbu-16d. frelglit; middling CplAiid. al 11K0.
- Sugar firm:- Muscovado e4j)7o. - atoituea Is nn.
obpgd.at6)4l3ITo.::i r J ..1
BkT A. i; Byster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry, Sot. Ml'and 271 Western-row. '
'59- Daguerrean Gallery, sonth-west cor
ner of Sixth and Wea tern-row, over Hannaford't
drug-ttor. Pictures taken and pot in good casta
for twenty cents. Warranted to please.
Pictures that won't fade are mads hy
A. B. Bloom, aud1 cheaper than elsewhere, at tbe
Central Photograph, Helalnotype and Ambrotrpe
Oallory, coinorof Fifth and. Western-row. -
Boon !ako Bhom. Mr. A. WesUott', Ko.
II 'West FIflh ttroet, Is the place for UOlci sd
genu to twocure i their Boot and Shoe, His stock
comprises srery atyle snitabis for old and young.
Give him ft call,. 5". :","'. t "' " ."" '
- .'t. fi.iutii r, inn; i"l 11.,. .
, .E9Vhen n want of Qusils, PJgeoni or
Fiah.ge to B. Keith's, No. 81 i'lflh-street.audyon
will get the best in mtrkit. Veoltonsnd Oyatjrt
can be had at the same place, ( '.
.vTitgri. or Fasbio Sprague '& CoJ, B. B.
corner of Fourth aud Vine, have a superb slock of
Gents' and Boys' Clothing on hand, which, for style
ahd Quality, defies competition, 8prsgue 4 Oo are
well known totmr citizens as flret-olaai Clothiers,
and we' deem It nnneceaaary to tuloglze their stock
orworkmauihip. Those who have not yet patron
Itcd them would do woil to give them a tiial,
Pratt's 22d Annual Sale of
At Auction.
., ., At No. fl!J West Foertb-street,
.': , (Next to Smith A Nixon's Hall,) '
attr Books at Trivate Silo during the day at about
half the Publishers' pricet. ,j . ,
Lad ids and gentlemen are respectfully invited to
call and examine our atock. i'
J. K. PRATT, Balesmin,
. noltf
KELTjOOO A W1LL1AH8, Anct'rs.
iM. JOHNSTON, in Salea-roomt, No. 9S Main-street,
(dext ro Trust Oompany banki -
Oa TUUKSDAY MUBNJN6, Nov-mber 3, at 8.
o'clock, at Store-rooms H03. 65 and S7 Frout-atreet.
Atalguoe'a ealo of thetock the -late nrm of
Uoluiot t Couwell, , . ,,.
.ocJl , TUOMAS J6HWBT(y, Anctloneer.
A Action, sale. Bt- h." sTmixbs
-f. ft CO. Sales -room No. SS Maln-street 44,
Boxes of Preserved Fruits at Anctiop, by order of
tUderwrlters -On SATUHDAY MoBNINU, Nov.
A, at 9 o'clock, Wt will tell rarty-fonr boxes Pre-n-rved
Fruits, , slightly damaged. ,coulitlLg uf
Praches, Touiatoea, Com, Ao. -
''ALSO Groceries, Gl&taware, Llduori. Cigars.
Boolt, ShOas, ao.
no3 H. 8. MTT.KS ft CO., Anctloneersi
XxV. ft CO , Sale rooms No. 83 Maintreet Per
emptory ale of Groceries, Window Qlasi, Pnlnte,
MqnnrH, Boots. Shoos, Ac .at Auctlon.-Uo ThUBS
DAY MUBN1NG, November 3, at t o'clock, a regu
lar assortment of Staple Goodt.
ALSO Invoice of ataorted Paints, Window Glass,
Liquors, hand-paper, An. t , ,
,,noa, . ,U. 8. MILKS ft CO., Ancttonoert.
-- t ..... . ; . fTitn Van J .....
, A D C 1 1 0 iV 8 A L E.-B T ' ' U. BRA
xl. BHEAltS ft CO., Salesrooms Koe. 7 and fig
llin-trei.-Bootf ud bhucs al.Auctlon. e will
soil, to close sundry conalgnmeuta, wiaout reserve,
TtfC 8D (BURNING. notnmenciug at o'cluok,
300 oasea K.o't, Bur t aad Youthai V, omen s, Wlasea'
aud Chilnreni Boote, Hbiwe, Oaltem, Ao. Ihete
goods are freak aim deahraotat and being seasonable
goods, should command the attention 01 dealers, at
they will be sold. TerresotSri. i 1 -T : r
!iHQ2' icrt I f O. BRASilit AB8 ft CO., Anct'rs,
'A trcTlOiN SAfclS.-Bi' JACOB RA?P
-a. A CO. Peremptorr sale, at Aactlon, of a
Bl,ndidoolliitnn of magnificent Oil Paintings.
eominenclng at IX o'clock, aud oenilnue at I o'clock
in the evening,' at oar taipa-room, No. It Xttt
Fourth-street, a large and valuable collection of tl
Ptdatlngt, by sosis yf tht most talented artists of
the day, embracing over one hundred varied and
pleating subject, ooaslttlng.iiia. part, ot .Claielo,
Hi-torical, portlaatt Fancy Flgnre Placet;
LandsoaM, River and Forest Viewa, from American
Scenery- all tntrfony and appropriately mounted In
ne Gold,letlf Fran et. auitahle tor banging iu par
lor, cabinet or boudoir. Paintings and framea will
tte tokl togathtr, ADA that will prom detlrtble, is
eaoh frsuie, baa bfteh made to order in the beat man- -neiTand
adapted to the px-tiliar itylav Snd too of Its
pioitaa.. ijecrlpUv atalpgtttw ready at the aalte
room. Jonnolssenra and artitta an uaxtloolarly in-
tlted to examine thirohelbe'ebllecttoaiM ' v, ;
no!,'-- ' .hrr-. ' JAWBfFF, Anctionerr.
' "A UCTIOWi 8 ALB. B?8 fr- HUB--C.
BA1, TtdeWeJ.,p.l West Fifth
street, u natal re. Aaalgneoe tsleif BoWkeat Anetioa
1, 1 and 3, at7 Vcloca, will oe Sold for and oa ao
enaal at Raaaml aViKatw. Kaa. . aatlcneft of Ideasrt.
Truman ft SpoTt'ord, a large and valuable collection of
mlaoellaneoua Books, ooojpriautg many popular sod
taadarw woraa in x neology, ttu
Travels, Llteratnre, Science and
Horiionitore. natural nutorv. a
oolleotore lor nubUe.aatltiaaia.L
Ui It sal a favorable opportunity to wake good selec
tions at lew prices. '
(.-K,-BUk Willi be open fog eaxnJnaUon on
Ceraar Jaiial.Vveijtet': ts Rflntttl,f-
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