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A V m AH lfilfDUl1! KO'IU IKUUL UUY.
T ''A'trply at the Franklin Type foundry. 1(18
.... vine-sireet. . - , noiuo-
V V"ANTED GIRL Amwicin preferred,
w CO UO TDD nnuseWOrx aCl I6W ID A Small IRiH'
Mr. Apply at 178 Richmond-attest. nolOo
WANTED HOUSKWithia flre or i!z
llfinarpfl nt th ftlm-lnna,! ffunlltnn anil
nanroaa vcpot; nmi contain or o rooms,
by a prompt paying tenant. Address T. 8. F., care
ui m. u, wok a ' o tnrougn the postomee. noro
WANTED ROOM A faminhed room,
without board, by two single gentlemen.
amiroas r. n., care oi jonn awniuoatup. noiuo-
7"ANTED--aiEL To do tteneral house
work. AnnlT at No. US Smith-street, be
twoen Fourth and Fifth-streets,
WANTED -NURSE A good nuria girl
w wanted immediately at 56V western-row, op.
poslte Court-street, In Optra! Bakery. nolob
, man of good address, and well experienced In
. peumnusoip la mo uwriuau auu auaiiisu laugunKiis.
aaareaaii in , ip'eomoe. noD
7"ANTED A BOY Aboot 15 years of
age to serve ra a aiore. nope neea apply un
less he can come well recommended. Apply at No.
no iitn-sireec. novo
WANTED HOUSE To purobase a small
brick house and lot (corner preferred) sltn
nted In the north-eastern part of thla city, over the
oanai, & lair price win De paio. Apply soon.
1. P. HULL, 170 Walnut-street,
notb NexttotheGlbaon House.
and wife wish tu rent two roomalnaprlvate
lamuy, witnin a snort aistance oi tne roatomce,
Partly furnished preferred, Addreaa B. at thisoffice,
Mating terms. , noyb
glneor wanta employment to run or take
cnargeor machinery; understands ms cosiness wen.
Addrtee PENNY, thla office. oen
widow woman to take charge of the home
work In a aniall family: would have no objection! to
one child. An American preferred. Inquire at 13
reorge-street, oetween western-row ana jonn.
' onanics, Hotel-helps, men need to Horses,
. Farm Hands, Ac Alto female aervatita for city and
country in imhlio and nrivate houses: everv one in
want of employment, may hear of good situations by
applying at a. v. ua khuh a JU o uenerai iniorma
tion Office, No. 8M Weatern -row. BoSd
WANTED Clerks, (alesmen, book-keep-era,
porters, bar-keepers, coopers, mechanics,
laborers and othora, can rind situations at the Mor
ehanta' Clerks' Beglatrv Office, No. Wl Weat Fifth
treat. o9b') HALM CO.
ANTED AGENTS A few more aotive
TnAn M kannim li tliA sale nt a nut arMnlji.
Agents are aversions 1)3 per day. Call and see for
uuraelvea, nt 128 Walnut-street, Boom Mo, 1. no7d
man of seven years' experience In mercantile
businoRS, either aa assistant book-keeper, aaleamao,
oorrespontling clerk, shipping clerk c tecelring
elerk. The Tory beat of city rnfereoncee can be given.
Addreaa MERCHANT'S CLEKK, oare of Box 423,
Cincinnati, Ohio. nottf
TO engage In circulating by subscription,
some new highly ornamental and entertaining
Books, Maps, flharte, Ac. Hen now operating clear
fromSJMo tIMper month. Call and examine the
tock and get a descriptive circular, look at testimo
nials of agshu now opperatlns;, to.
Consultation free. Cnll aoon. .
i " MACK B. B A HNITZ, Publisher,
ooasam 3d W. 1th Streot, (up atalra.)
FOR RENT HOUSE The, resldonne of
the subscriber, at the south-west corner of Col
lege and Serenth-atroele, will be rented on reasonable
terms to a prompt paying tenant. The bouse con
tains 12 rooms, ith hot and cold water baths, water
closets, Ac; lighted throughout with ". Also, a
good stable In the rear of the premises. Foaseaaion
given Immediately. Apply to
noioa B. M. BI8H0P.
Pom., Times Enquirer and Qa. copy It ch. f reBS.1
residence In Newport 8 rooms, kitchen, sc.;
ten mlniitea' wiilk from the ferry.. Rent $16 per
month. Toaseaslon glvon on the 20th of November.
Inquire cf 9TA LL A SloMKEKIN, Mo. 40 Wcat Deo-ond-atreet,
Cincinnati, Ohio. nolOb
BilUK KiiKI VK. libABri Mouse Ho. 180
JO Broadway, containing seven rooms, bath room
' and kitchen hall, and side entrance; large yard and
two porchna; gaa and fixtures throughout. Inquire
ut No. ffl Fourth-street. woab
HOl'SK Containing alx rooms. Terms reason
able. Apply at 302 Race-atreet. no9b
or two gentlemen can obtain a neatly furnished
aleenlng room, without board, in a respectable
family. Gas throughout. Apply at 10R Longworth
street, near Plum. Beference required. no9b
BOARDING Two aingle gentlemen can
be accommodated with a pleasant room and
board, in a private family. No. 73 George-street.
BOARDING A gentleman and hli wife
or two gentlemen can be accomodated with
boarding in a private ftmllybyapplylng at No. 181
Bichmond-streat. ltofernnces exchanged. noah
BOARDING. A gentleman and his wife
can be accommodated with boarding. Also
room for a single gentleman. Apply at 296 Weat
Fifth-street. no9b
LOST DOG A small, black and tan ter
rier: white spot on the breast. A lllieral re
ward will be paid by bringing him to the North-west
corner of Slaio and Fifth-streets. no9b
FOR SALE An unlimited amount of Sign
painting, house painting, glazing, graining,
varnishing, gliding, c.,chesp for cash, and only for
:aah. WABRKN L. DAVIS, 72 Wost third-street,
between Walnut and Vine. nolflaw
FOR SALE LOT No. 7 Pleasant-itreet,
20 by 90 foot to an alley, with frame cottage con
taining 3 rooms. Apply at No. 40 Grant-street.
FOR SALE Omnibuses, Peddler Wagons,
Spring Wagoni and Buggies.
... - , R- f ALMKB,
ocl2-amend Bank-street Omnibus factory.
Will save half the usual amount of labor, and is
eurate and readily comprehended.
AU interested in the Bolenoe of Accounts ar
rited to call and examine thla new m.thod and
1 Ibr tbemaelTes. ' . i
The Bveolng Ssselon will oommenw . .
" Day fjlaeaea meet at usual .'
E. S. BACOH, Prinoipal
J. H. DOTY, Flrnt Asaletnnn oc28anf '
No. 66 Weat lonrtli-itroet.
Ii A B Mnslc received aa soon as published, not
LAN C it BOOLKY, 777
Wood-Working Machinery,
Corner Johalnnd Water; tsuCiaelanattl,0. '
Attorney at JLaw, .
Offlce la Ralldlnsj No. 8 East Tblid-stroet,
The same heretofore occupied by "im. ; ' noc
Manchester Bnilding,
S. W.eorwer Third and Sycamore) its.,
.N0VEJ)iaB4 10
Notioi. We take oooaalon 'agrain to notify
our patrons living In the distriot bounded by
Fifth and Seventh-itreeti, and Main and Western-row,
not to pay moneys to any one but Mr.
Rolubtow, the present oarrior, at la aloca is
entitled to all dues subsequent to Monday,
October 17. No one else has any right to iub
Bcriptionj due aftor that date, , ' ,,
Fob Balk. One-half of the Covington
Route on Pknky Press, is offend for sale to a
firoinpt and aotivo carrier. Apply at Count-Dg-room.
Eff"Henry Brachmann hat removed from
Syoamore-ttrett to No. 81 West Third-street.
See hut card. , .
Niw Mosio Coptbiohtkd. W. C. Peters
Son yesterday received, at the' United States
Court, copyrights for twenty-eight p'tooea of
new muflio.
Thi Adivs Expbkss Coufiiit. Ws are
again under obligations to the Adams Express
Company for late papers in advance ot the
mail. Suoh favors are always appreciated.
Relisp TJnioi. This organisation for "re
lief is preparing for the ; winter campaign.
Tbey meet In the City Council Chamber on
Saturday afternoon.
Winter Clothino. Although the present
weather is warm and pleasant, it molt not be
forgotten that sleet and (now will soon be here,
and that winter clothing will be in demand.
Barwise k King, at No. 166 Main-street, sire
offering a rare stock to aeleot from.
At their seasion yesterday moralog, the County
Com ml salon era passed orders amounting In the
aggregate to $124 68, of which $91 08 were
for sundry articles furnished by different parties
for tb Ltak Bun Lunatic Asylum. Apart
from this no basinets of importance was trans
acted, i
Cbicket Mitch. The Union Crickot Club
will play their closing match at the grounds
on Saturday next. Tho players are well
matched, and the loversof this healthful and
manly game will find a fund of amusement
upon this occasion, of which they will cer
tainly make the best possible use. Omni
buses will leave the corner of Fourth and
Sycamore every hour.
Rsv. Thomas Stabr Kins to Dscome a Cin
cinnati Minister AVe have beon Informed
upon reliable authority that thi Charon of the
lledeeraer, of this oity, has given Rev. Thomas
Starr Ring, a pastoral call, and that It is quite
likely be will accept it and take charge of Its
Eulpit at an early day. We need not say we
ope tbts may prove true, and are oertain that
In this we only echo the desire of a large
number of the intellectual people of our olty,
: Board op Cut Improvements. At a special
session of the Board of City Improvements,
held yesterday morning, the clerk was di
rected to prepare and transmit to the City
Council ordinances to assess a spcoial tax
.upon tho real estate bounding ana abutting
the following streets: South Eighth-etreet,
from Vine-street to Elm-street; College-alloy,
from Franklin-street to Webster-street;
Greene-alley, from France-street to Bremen
street. Board adjourned.
Tea Citt Prison in Charoi or the Chief
of Polios. The Committee from Counoil on
the City Prison yesterday morning passed a'
resolution putting that institution under the"
oharge of the Chief of the Polios, Captain Wil
son. Armed with this, signed as it was by Mr.
Marsh, Chairman of tho Committee, he pre
tented himself at the office and demanded the
keys, which Mr. Hudson refnaed to give up.
This caused some difficulty whioh, however,
was shortly after, we believe, amicably settled.
Pocibt-Pickino. A woman, whose name
we were unable to ascertain, had her pocket
picked yesterday morning of a port-monnaie
containing about $4, while attending Poarl
street market.
A bucolio individual also comulained to us
that he was relieved of $10 while walking
along Front-street, near the Little Miami
Kailroad Depot.- The light-fingered trentrv
appear to be quite industrious now-a-days,
auu pursue iiisir villainous avocauon Wlln a
diligence which, in a better cause, might
win them some respect.
Cdttino Apfbay at a Bagnio. A young
man, quite well known in the citv. was se
verely injured night before last in a quarrel
which occurred at a bsgnio on Plum-street.
The difQoulty originated with some of the
females of the establishment and soon ex
tended to their friends of the other sox. A
scuffle ensued, but before the parties could
be separated, one of them had received a se
vere wound in the lower part of the abdo
men, which although very painful, is not
likely to prove dangerous. No arrosts were
made, and probably nover will be, for the
wounded man could not be induced to have
the affair and his oompucity with it made
notorious by baying it brought before a court
of justice.
Serious Accident to an Aged Pauper. An
old, decrlpit and deformed pauper, who has
been often seen on the steps of Christ Church
asking stlms of the habitua of Fourth-Btreet,
was knocked down and seriously injured day
before yesterday, oh Broadway, near the
canal. While crossing the street, a hog.
which was being chased rapidly down the
street by some dogs, ran against and threw
him, breaking his leg and bruising hit head
quite severely. He was taken up by some
by-standera and his wounds attended to; but
his age and the woes that have already fallen
upon him will doubtless preclude his re
covery. ,.., ,;, , , , ,-.
Polio Court. Judge Lowe yeslerday
morning examined thirty-eight cases. The
most important of which wo notice below:
Edward O'Neal was charged with burglary
and deemed guilty. It was quite evident
from the testimony that he had committed
several offenses of this kind against the peace
and dignity of the State; and furthermore,
that he had not confined hit operations to
this county. The immediate charge upon
which he was examined yesterday morning,
was for breaking open a barn some place m
Spencer Township, and stealing therefrom a
carriage harness. He was committed to Jail
in default of bail to the amount of $500, to
answer the charge at the next term of the
Court of Common Pless.
ai ' i
Commendable Collection for a Citt or
SrjFrstucRS. A collection is being made in
our oity for the benefit of the unfortunate
city of Oelawits, in the Kingdom of Baxony,
which some weeks ago was destroyed by a
great conflagration, the particulars of which
we have read In the papers. By tb is calamity,
about four thousand Industrious people were
thrown on the street, and saved nothing but
the naked life; wherefore, all benevolent per
sons are called upon to lend a helping hand.
Contributions of any amount will be thank
fully received by the following authorized
persons: ' "' ' ' f"i: ' .
0. F. Adae, Consul, corner of Main and
Third-streets; Fred. Bahman, (58 Vine-street;
Henry Earth, Cincinnati Type Foundry, cor
ner Longworth and Vine-streets; H. A.
Fuchi, IS Main-street; Mr. Herman, New
port; Korbitr, apothecary, oorner Vine and
Green-streets; Gen. A. Moor, Vine-street
Hill; Muhlberg, apothecary, corner of Wade
street and Western-row; 0. C. Petzsoh, Main
street Shades, 125 Main-street; G. F.Soha
fer, photographer, 503 Vine-street; Capt.
Schroeder, 208 Court-street; A. A. Schulta,
City Commissioner's Office, m
' The collections are toon to be olosed, and
the proceeds will be forwarded by Mr. Adae,
free of charge,
Ohio Mechanics' Institute Lectures—
Philip Boileau Jones, on The Ends and
Aims of Science.
The first regular lecture of thrv winter
course before the Ohio Mechanics' Institute
was delivered last evening at the hall on the
corner of Sixth and Vine, by Philip Boileau
Jones, to quite a small but attentive audience.
The leoturer seems to be quite young, cer
tainly not more than thirty, and his round,
smooth face and slight moistache, give him
a semblanoe which is almost boyish. His
manner Is not good, and his voice is posi
tively bad. . He speaks rapidly, and his into
nations are often so imperfeot that he some
times utters a complete sentence so that it can
hardly be understood. His oommand of lan
guage is good, but be ofttimes stops in the
midst of a statement of one of the profound
est problems in science, to insert a pun in
brackets. This may vary the dull monotony
of a prosy soientiiie lecture, but to say the
least it Is in bad taste. ' ' -
We dldnot hear the Introduction to his essay
of last night, but the lecture proper began with
the statement that science was an arrange
ment and classification ot facts, and that its
principal aim was to elevate man. No man,
he said, could place his hand upon one of the
levers of a steam engine, and as the piston
moved backward and forward, and, simulta
neously with it, his band, feel his heart pulsate
in union with the throbbing of that mighty
machine, withont having his eye grow brighter
and frame more- erect, as he thonght of its
immense strength and the fact that he Is its
master. '
The diiooveror of snoh an invention truly
deserved great praise, but still more was due
to him who could adapt it to the wants of man.
This engine now lessened distance, contracted
space, fed the hungry, olothed the naked, and
would eventually supply most of the wants of
mankind If it could but have a boiler and some
fire and water. Certainly then your steam
engine was your great jlvilizer, and preached
better sermons, and delivered better lectures
than could be found of mere words.
The lecturer then left this part of his inbjeot
to speak of the properties of matter, and
theorise In reirard to its nartinles. whlih wan
Vlld, fluid and gaseous. Take the smallest of
tbete atoms, and it could be divided infinitely
almost, yet it would have shape, tenAoity,
flexibility, maleabillty, and all the properties
of the mass. , Chalk is oomposed of oaloium,
carbon and oxygen, and the smallest atom,
although hardly discoverable with a miOro
soope, would still have the same oomponent
The universe, he said, was made up of par-,
tides, and, although they were very minute,
still there was spaoe between them, and eleo
trlolty, ann light, and heat, were but the
cement by whioh they were kept together.
Yon might mix white and black powders so
that they oould not be distinguished from eaoh
other, still, although the atoms were made finer,
they were still separate. -
The leoturer illustrated his subject by a num
ber of experiments, whioh rendered it not only
instructive' but entertaining. The lecture oc
cupied over an hour in the delivery, and until
the close was listened to with considerable at
tention. ,. ..
Cunning Attempt to Liberate a Prisoner
A Woman Incarcerates Herself to; Free
brr Husband. Yesterday , afternoon, : Mrs.
Clawaon, the mother of the young men who
are charged with the murder of Mahone, the
wife and mother of Adams, Implicated In the
same crime, and the wife of tbe desperado,
burglar and would-be murderer, George Ken
nedy, visited the County Jail. Although they
entered separately,- four persons passed out at
the same time, and Jailor Shooklev, having an
intuition that all was not right, asked the
turnkey before he opened the outer gate
if all his prisoners were in their oells, and re
ceived an affirmative reply. .
Still he was not satisfied, and as scon aa they
passed into the hall he went to examine the
cells, to that he might be oertain. When
reaching the one In whioh one of the Clawaons
and Kennedy were confined, ha asked for the
burglar, and received an answer to the effect
that he was siok. This verified his suspicions,
and be started after the party of females. "
The one he wished particularly to overtake,
however, had almost reached.Court-street, on
Sycamore, and was walking quite rapidly down
town. He quickened his pace, and arrested
the fugitive only to find that Kennedy had
left the jail in his wife's olothing, while
she! oosupled his place in that Institution.
She was removed to the Hammond-street Station-house,
while he was remanded back to his
old quarters. ' This is certainly one of the most
ounning attempts to escape from jail, of which
we remember to have heard, and would have
been successful but for an unaccountable In
tuition. It will, we hope, teach the turn
key to be more careful hereafter in his reply
to the questions of the jailor.
1 The Schiller Centennial The-Celebration
To-day and To-morrow. There will be
a large torch-light procession at half-past
seven o'clock this evening from Singer's
Hall, on Vine-street, and during its progress
bonfires will be lighted and salutes fired on
the hills surrounding the city. A grand con
cert will be given this evening by the St.
Cecelia Society, at the National Hall, on Vine
street.' :'
At nine to-morrow morning, the different
Societies will form, and alter parading
through the prinoipal streets, will assemble
in Washington-square at eleven, where ora
tions will be dolivered in 1'aglieh and Ger
man. On Friday evening a musioal celebration
will be given, with orations, at Workingmen's
Hall, on Walnut-street, and also a concert at
Smith k Nixon's. This evening a oompanv of
amatenrs will perform Schiller's Don Carlos,
at the German Theater, and to-morrow his
William Tell. The German Instituto will be
finely decorated and brilliantly illuminated,
and that the two-day's celebration will pass off
pleasantly and spirited, we have no doubt,
Weekly Report of the Citt Auditor..
The City Auditor last night reported to the
City Counoil that, during the week ending yes
terday, ordors had been drawn on the City
Treasury for the following amounts :
Watch rand.M.:1........M.,. J379 8
Fuperior Court Fnnd , Ml 00
Fire Department Kunil....,........................ 1 47 20
Police Uonrt Fund . i 170 00
Olty Prison Fund ... i 634 44
General Fund -........ ' 3,9'1 G4
Special Ordinance Fund I 410 A3
Colored Bchool Fund........ .-...., 6M SO
Total 97,109 79
There are now remaining In the City Treat
ury the following turns: 1 I '
General Fund ..J 78,915 42
Watch Fund ,........ '........,........... A,3ri0 00
Interest Fnnd . 11,903 99
Hnperlor Court Fund c,M7 .19
Fire Paptrtmeat Fund...... 7,M)3 H
Light Fund..... 1,040 80
WorK.bonse 4,327 43
Sinking Fnnd I92,M 25
Common School Fnnd, Cash il.i'K) 94
Common 8 hoot Fund, Bonds JO.OHO on
Colored School Fond........ i4,IQ4 79
Total......... - (313,930 47
' ffibTThe following Is a list of lottprs de
tained for non-payment of postage at the
Postoffioe, in this city, November 9. '
Capt. Amos A. Hill, cars of Amsrlcan Consul, An
pin wall, M. 0. 1.1. -'t ' .
Kennett, Blood k Co., for Henry Hamming, Mew
Orleans. .
A , B. Johnsorf, Park.orsbnrg.Va. (
J M. Vnnanden, Centralis, Ind. ;
Hibert Mlsen, Kenesha, Wis. . , ,1
Wm. Riinkle, Amsterdan, NewTork. i
Patrick Porter, Vevav, Ind. i
J. H. Hearla, Mount Vernon, Ohio, . "
Wm. Helmick, Hew Philadelphia, Ohio. .
Hosebeny Mitchell, Sablua, Ohio. I
Lieut. B. L. Browning, U.S. M., , nnltsd ship Le
vant, care American Consul, Panama , , . , ,
' ' Metiorolooioai. Obssrtatione For the
Penny Prtn, by Henry Ware, Optician, No. T
West Fourth-street. 1
' November o,
'" ' Thermometer.
i . . i Barometer.
7 As jUesteatteseMtisaeittt 29.94
WM... ewejetet i
tP.il .........29.33
'"&For fresh Baltimore oysters go to Eob't
Orr, No. 11 West Fifth-street. Those of ear
citiiens who have tried them prenpunoe them
excellent. Do not forget this, and ithen in
want of oytteri go to Orr's.
Wood's Theater; The1 Lit of Lvons,
stereo types as It bAa become, drew n large lui'ii e Iwt
evening to this elegant theatu, and seemed to give
aatlafaction t the greater part of tlie aurtltnc-, l.
though, aa a whole, It. wait nebrry preeem.it. sir.
Anderson retidrod "IMaiide' linelv, tint wirh ls
spirit tboli ptirmer ft 'lArtnrS), V i mt !. hr;
that uneveoneiu for which he!1 reic irkalde. txrlngal
times strlklnaily snaalfeel. Mi ilswcrlhy, too,
was ti rr uueciual; often excelleut, .uid ultcn any
thing else. '
Mr. Kllsler'a "TlAiriaa" was Terr good: Mr. Hall's
"Beauaeant" barely tolertMo; and Mr. llsherV'Descbapelles"
euduraule; wht'.'e uiu-t uf llio other clinr
actera wore Indlflereutly dor. In spitoornll this,
however, the play passed olf with enthusiasm, unu
Sly. Anilersun was twice callet.1 kofnto tho curtain;
proving, a the phenologists a'dulil sair, that tint
organ of benevolence was largo developed In tho
LnooiiAa is announced for this evening, Mr. An
derson appearing aa the barbarian and Miss Kilt
worthy as "Partnenla." Mr. Andeion will doubt
less make far more of the part tlia.i our theatvr
goere have been accustomed to witness, ,
National Theater. The oharaoterof" Julia"
In Thk Hunchback, has been for some year.' regarded
by many of Julia Dean's admlrersas one in which
she eclipsed all others, and the reputation she baa)
acquired drew a very good house for her last even
ing. Her personation was not, we thought, wlmt it
once was; but atill it held attractions, and ownud a
potent charm. Some of the scenes were tearlulrjt
tender and dellclously natural; but in others, w her
nraend power were required, she did not reach bar
former apex. The play was perhaps fairly rem Jered
by the subordinate actors, but we saw uothi ag to
commend in any one, save In Mr. Gliuore's "llaeler
Wal ter," a character he portrays excwlluutly.
This evening the fair Julia appears In anew play,
Philip or Feince, and, as she enacts Mane finely,
she will probably draw a full house. .
Smith k Nixon's Hall Scottish Mm-STarisT.-Mr.
Crawford, the pleaslu e Scottish vocal
ist, will give another of his popular entertalnmouta
this evening at Smith s X ixon'a He Jl. Mr. 0. has a
rich tenor voice, and appears to greiat advantnge in
nuraerons songs, In which bo fully sh ows h la uppi eol
ation of drollery aud his ability to ill uatrate it. The
eminent success with which he met on bis llrst ap
pearance Id the city, la a nulhclent g uarantee of the
orowd that will attend his perforin, amthis evening.
Opening or the OrsRA-HocBS rot Drauatio
PsaroHMAcls. Manaeer Barraa infnr ma us thnt 1m
has closed his arrangements with all th members of
nia aioca company, aim will positively open the
urniuauu aeasuu at me vpera-nouse 'n weuuesuay
evening next. We have Been a list of t he stock, and
from wnat we know of them from oO'servatiou and
otherwise, we think It will be the besi.oompany aver
collected In this city. The dramailo season at the
Opera-house will doubtless prove a brilliant success.
' Tebrisle Accident One Man Killed and
Tbreb Others Severely Wounded. A few
weeks ago we noticed the fact that a large
building In process of erection by Crain,
Breed i Co., on Eighth-striiet, near Harriet,
was blown down during- a heavy storm of
wind and rain, but as it happened at night
no person was Injured. Yesterday afternoon
about four o'clock another aocident occurred
at the same building, by which one of the
contractors, Jesse H. Smith, lost his life, and
three other men were seriously wounded.
It appears that the building .had been ele
vated to the fourth story, upon whioh a large
quantity Of bricks had been placed, when the
weight broke the joist, and the building ma
terial with the scaffolding fell through into the
asllar carry in g with them these unfortunate
men. f v
Mr. Smith had his ribs broken to that they
perforated his lnngi, while his body and head
wero so badly crashed that, after suffering the
intents agony for a few hours, he died. A
German, named Jaoob Vogel, who resides on
Walnut-itreet, near Thirteenth, bad bit skull
fractured so seriously that he is not expsoted
to survive, while a couple of Irhh laborers,
whose names ws were unable to learn, were
were severely, though not dancerouelv. In.
jsred. ' "
PropoSrd Reformation in Citt Pnisos Dis
cipline. The Standing Committee of 'Police
and City Prison of the City Council, last night,
recommended the adoption of the following
Jtetolvtd, That the Committee on Pollae and
City Prison, be and tbey are hereby authorised
and inatrncted to obtain possession of the
Sohool-house, now vacant at the oorner of
Front and Parsons-streets, in the Third Ward,
and fit np and oause the same to be Altered
and arranged as a Branch City Prison and
Work-house, for the female vagrants who niav
hereafter be committed for any timo over sixty
days; and also, that they shall be einptiwo'ed
to employ one fomale as matron and guard,
with not more than three assistant fern ales as
guards and instructors, under such ruins and
regulations as shall be established by tht com
mittee, and in accordance with the ordinance
now in existence. Provided, That tbe above
expense shall not exoeed $1,000 for fitting up
tbe premises.
Ine resolution was laid on the table
&Mesers. Bunker and Hudson, hnvins-
relained their position for several months as
keepers of the City Prison, and the Chief of the
Police now taking Suporintendenoe of that
public building, the City Auditor has been
authorised to audit bills in their favor if signed
by Committee on Police and City Prisons. The
rata they are to be paid Is $500 per annum.
me uniei places two oi tne roguiar policemen
in charge.
Proposed Purchase of City Prison LoT.-Mr.
E, J. Buckingham, the owner of tho ground on
which the city prisoneis are stablod, opposite
Police Court-room, has offered to sell it to the
city at the price three disinterested citizens
may place upon it; $4,000 cash down, balanoe
in one and two years. The City Counoil last
night refused to authorize the purchase, and
to make sure of killing it, refused .to recon
sider their vote.
Still Another Serious Accident tbou
Camphrnb. A night or two ago, foe wife of
F. F. Connelly, residing at No. 68 Water
street, between Race and Elm, was so severely
burned by the explosion of a camphene lamp,
Into which, while lighted, she wp,s pouring the
fluid, that she lies at present in a dangerous
oondition. Her arms, neck, breast and face
are severely bornad, and if she recover, she
will be disfigured for life.
Stolen Monet Finding its Wat Back to its
Owner. A few days ago, in a notioe of the
news from Gilb, the svbscondiDg porter, we
stated the fact that ha had sent $100 to his
wife through Dr. Koehl.er. This gentleman
yesterday paid the money he lad roceived
into the hands of Henry jLaner k Bro., from
whom it had been stolen by the absconding
arfacte of their establishment, , . ,
Patnfcl Accident. A Gorman, whoBf name
we were unablo to learn, yesterday bad his
left foot horribly crushed and mangled, by hav
ing it canght in some of tho machinery at tbe
establishment of Johnson & Mender, on Seo-ond-street.
Tbe wound is so bad that ampu
tation will have to be rosorted to if the hip of
the patient be saved.
The Ind. and C. R. R. Company By their
President the Ind. sndCin.R.R. Company has
indorsed tbe proposition of conneation of
depots, and asks to aid in the work and par
ticipate in the grants and privileges. Tbe
memorial of President Lord was referred to
Committee on RoRds and Canals of the City
Council. . i : - i
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Insurance CoxrANiES. Tbe read or 'a atten
tion is invited to the advertisements of tbe
Western and Oinolnnati Insuranoe Companies
In another oolumn. . Tbey are corporations fa
miliar to our citisens, and, being direoted by
persons known to the entire oomtnnnity, must
ever have the oonfldenee tbey so justly merit.
Extension or School Lot. The proposi
tion of the Sohool Board to pay ntnatyidollars
per front foot for thirty feet adjoining, on the
west, the Eighth District Sohool-booae, on
Eighth-street, was before the Oity Council for
eoafirooation last evening, and the purohase
8eTM Enoch A. Jlegrae, Chief Engineer
of the Fire Department, has been granted
leave of absence for a few days. We com
mend bin to the Louisvilllans.
jEff-Hr. John D. Vanaukar has been con
firmed by the City Council as Assistant Clerk
of that body, vioe, Edwin W. Hedges, re
signed. ., r . . '
!stThe rules having been amended last
night, no resolution can pass tbe City Council
hereafter without receiving eighteen votes,
. .m jy. n. niinuia v. ifODD
n. Hears. The aitinn nut brought by a trustee to
. oi ii. niii-n i n Hycamore-strcet.
He obtained a judgment In the Court below. The
plalntlll. in error, uowclnims tbnt his wife bad aucb
uu estntotn thi proper n ntltleher husband to
r,?H?i'"".bltl',".!;ur,''"''il"' that, thsrefore, the
judgment should be reversed.
v?Ti,UWwTfrtttmtmtor plaintiff In error;
Mr. Headington lor defendant. ,
bs. Keunedy. An action tried before
JM'igo Collins to recover damages for the hroa'-h of a
Z r'n'u.'i!! n,;"Mou ,otli PUKhweof lats
at Indian Hill. The document couM not be found,
and tbe defence ellmed there a no such contract
Verdh-t for plaintlrT-ilamagts ). 7 wutract.
Jolllffe and Gltchell for plaintiff: A, N. Diddle
'o'MMiNAL.-Wm. Bulla atnod indicted hefore Jndee
Slnllnn, charged with sienHuea horse, the nrosertv
of Obnrle. Brown, on the 2lt of June. The hori
was taken from the pistn-e of the proeecnllng wit-
nrav, at AvonOaln. tbe delendnnt had been worklna
J" Ine firui cf Mr. Brown; he admitted haviug taken
.... i,u uo nnu UVUVi t mj secure a ueut.
A'.ld tllu l.ln.iiA.t. I. .... i.l v . '
Guilty uvurcu. . ,ve(wict.no!
uainesror the State; E.McOook und W. Bradford
tor dftendant. , . i
i iJ iL- ?"c";,t assignee of Kellogg A Williams, filed
8. Carey and 8. Kunlsnll, execntors of J. D. Wal
bridge, died a bond in the sum of $l,ooo.
WATnawss BsroTHKOKANnJuar.-Onhnndred
anutoity-Bve wttneasea havo been sworn to go bfforc
thatjrann Jury. . i , j
Market Wagon Precipitated into tbe
RivrR.-Yesterday morning about four o'clock, a
man named Sellers, who resides a short diaUnoe
from tlprooce, Boone Uounly, crossed on the ferry
boat to Cmciuuatl, with a wagon 1 iade4 with apple..
"V1? Z b,,t,?r thickens an 1 turkeys, tv hen
about tifty luet up the luk, his horses baulked, and
....... ..... .u uK..aiu u, mis river, precie-
llating the wbule loail into the wtar. The asnles
werea'l carriertatiay by the current; tbe chickens
a lid turkeys drowned; the eegs broko; ami a ponl n
ot tbe butior sank to the bottom Toe only articles
recovered were one turkey, nd about twenty pounds
ot buttor, which is prohablyBone the better lor tbe
.!lh:"l 11 woivsd. The man and one of bis horsea
received a good ducking, but neither received any
material Injury. '
freight train which left this city vester-
Bytlmr0n".,1.fohL!ng,ul,', ff
Butler Station, breaking up fiiUp or nT car8 ud,0
ohsiraoting the road that the other trains were un
able to paa-the wreck. The train from Leitr,g"ou
and tbeone .which left this iciry n-et at heplae of
the accident and exchanged passengers, thus causing
very little detention. Bo lives wero lost. f
were yesterday brought before the Mayor for having
lwen engaged In a fight near Drover's Iuu, one""
ruawdT - e'St", mi th ",n"
Prooress'of the Pair We hope our
f 1 i-nl I."")' patronize the fair for the
benefit of the Kentoo. Cadets. It will amply reward
any one who u.ay visit it, and this, ad. ed to the
fn u'Si"hlf.hJtir be,n"heU. ought certainly to
in.ure for It a liberal support.
Codntt Court. The Connty Court or
tnntndiy?0n,nn 4U MgU,Sr Mi
Attack on a Hournt or Ill-pams. A die-
Uarraoks, ws. a fewnighu since, mado the target
uua iuiuwuuyiue nanas oi Dirties
Improvements Oestemayer's block of brlok
dwelllngs, numbering six or eight, are now nearly
oomplttted. They add greatly to the twenty of 'fa-M;a-street,
on which they are situated, aud whlrh,
hitherto, ba beon overlooked by those who wars
seeking location lor residences. Several other new
buildings have recen'ly been erected in the earns
neighborhood, and others are in process of construction.
Monetary and Commercial.
The Bankers still report Currency in very
good demand and scares; and although yes
torday was called decidedly cnlet In Third-street, the
offering at the Discount-houses wen In advance of
the capacity to accommodate.
Persons without Bank-accounts have difficulty In
obtaining Discounti, but customers generally set
what thoy require for legitimate purposes at 10&IJ
per cent. ;
Eastern Exchange was without alteration yesterday,
aud th" market closed heavy at to buying and Hv'o
lulum selling; some bills being purchased at )4($3nc.
HuKlneealn thelianklngquarlerwaa duller yester
day than it had been for two or three weeks previous,
and In almost every department ot nuance a certain
aliiggl.huess was manifent.
Nothing new In 1'lour yesterday, tbe demand con
tinuing moderate. Whisky declined Jic.,audBoon
was drm aud In active demand, holders at tbe close
inking a alight advance. Hidden of Wheat had
views above buyers, who would not meot them. Corn
was advanoing, aud other kiuds of Grain were dull.
The receipts of Produce and Bogs dnring the twon.
iy-iour nours onuing vesieruay uoon were:
Hour, brls .'Lieu
Whisky.......... t.340
Corn, bushels ......6,779
Oats, " 2,3M
! iieoi,, uusoais...,.,..,V,6
Barley, " ...,.., M
Hogs, head . 70s
Tuesday's Herald says of last week') JTeW Toik
Bank Statement:
' Tho Increase nF IoaVis miA V.n ,'
; , . " luuumcwauisuKKirs
both more considerable tban was exnectedV After
...... ......... ...,uw vvurcrvnuvo puncy, me jeaa-
Ing banks. It seems, an n n niuei,. .1..
career of.mnd expansion wiiich caused the excessive
u.iFv..a.i,'u ui uit vr,ng anu lull 01 tnia year.aod
has cost the Importers to much money. They are ev
Mently anxlwj to repeat the experiment of last fall.
i1A'l,imu lll6M"thoT 8IH.0IKMSO of loans
and vs m.Wuot specie; the loans rose to $l30.wi niO
ili, 1lr,u,H3'i lhe "P90'8 reached its maximum (,jf7,
tim.ilOO) iu December, aud declined steadily from that
timeout. There is voi-y llttlo probiihllily that our
jpeclvj reserve will how lie sufTored to rise much above
r preaimt roint; pound policy would dictate that
the loans should bo kept down in proportion.
The banks cannot Increase their loans at the
present lime without dopurtinit from the legitimate
principles of banking; they cannot find safe short
ieo-nai.ie paper in sufficient euantity to do to. If
they vlo increase their loans, they do so by lending
belnw the legal rale of Intoreaton aingie-name paper;
or paper of second quality; in other words, they do
so by departing from the rules under which alone
banking can be 11 safe business. The experiment
succeeded last fall, fty lending at 3 Rod 4 per cent,
ou paper which was not sale, the banks concrivod to
earn their nsnaldtvidendadnrlog a period of com
mercial inactivity, and no one Buffered bnt the im
porters. But th experiment will not always turn
out as well; and we recommend the principal stock
holders iu our city bank to keep a close watch on
their movements, aud to briug to bear on their
officers a who esomn outside pressure if they seem
disposed to expand unauly; fur in banking, aa iu
every other kiud of bnsinoss, fundamental principles
cunnot be always violated with impunity.
Tuesday's New York Times observes In regard to
Monday last: , ,
The market for Money this week opens with a fair
offering of Paper by regular dealers at the Bank at 7
per cent. There Is a demand from outside leaders for
prime lists oi indoraed bills for46 months at ths
Mauk rate, and fair names 6lo per cent. Prime
short acceptances, 3O"0 days, are atill done at t per
cent., and iu some instances a fraction easier. De
mand loans to the Htock urtkera rate A6 per oent,'
There is only a moderate employment tn-Tiny, with
au easy supply. The Exchanges for tbe Persia, sail
ing on Wednesday, opened to-day at MttiUU?i on
London at dudayn, and I10)a at sight fur standard
Baukorsand lli.it109 Southern Bank signatures
or indorsements, and on Paris r.5.15af.5 13 at AO
dnys.and f 5 llTKiS,f 5.11 at sight. There Is a fair
olfering of Merchants' bi'is on London nt HttHraiWH.
We hear of business, thus fur, at 1104 suhtoa
London, at which a leading Bunker is the drawer,
and f S.114, at 'iO days on Paris, less the usual
brokerage on French Exchange, at which one of
tne louuneuiai nouses is supplying tne aemana.
FLOUR-The market present nothing new; the
de-naml cont lines moderate. Vbe sales comoriaa 400
brls extra at ft mfiji 37, the ls ter rate for a lot of
ant nris. wnire wueai, at naraiston; e,iyu oris, were
received tbe Inst twenty-four hours. . ,, .
WHISKY Tbe market was ijnile dull to-day, and
the price declined He tsalesof I.IaH) brls.at23Xe.
the latter rale for wagon. , ;
PKOVISI'iNS A good demand for Bacon, with
eales of 47hhds. at ;ng7)j for 6)10 oldens and B5i for
sides; closing Arm, and none to be bad under 7 S
aud 9Ho.;C00 brls. mess Pork sold at 18 60, chiefly
leitevemne Nnthlngdnlng in Lard,
GROCEHIKS -Tho market is nurhanged and Arm.
wiih a moderate deinaud in lhe reirii.lar wav: asdeflol
320 bags Coffee at IDhMHo. The stock of Sugar ami
MoUaaos is light, ard ths salea are oaufloed to ems II
lots. 1
WHEAT There is but little doing, thongh prl'
are firmer; holil-reare generally asking an advance
which buyers refuse to pay: sales SCO but n. good whit
at 91 id.
CuRN The market Is firm and in ecod (auianrl.
and prices are advancing: sales 600 bush, in balk at
iic.;ioiiao oin at eo. irom store.
OATS-The market isdu II, aud prions are d rooplog,
thongh not quotably lower: salea 1.S00 bush, at 450,;
5(i do., delivered, at 4ic. . ,. '
R'E--Tlio market is dull, but price! are wilhool
chanae: a ea Ml bush, at 79c.
UARLKY The market is dull, bet prices are with
out srjeciat chanae. t .. .1.
VUEEG-The demand Is brisll, and prices are'
very arm: saws i,inu noxes western sifwrve ai so.
3l do. Kuglish Dairy at Ho ; 125 do. Nutmeg at 130.;
M do. Norton's Pine-apple at 17q. 1
A"PLKS-Tliemarkls vary drill, bnt pflces are
wlihontcbange. j . 1 1 . 1
POTATUa-Tbe market Is drill;, prices are un
changed, .', r r I i j .
,,. .
New Tosg Mabsxt, November 9 t. M.-flour
Is a shsdn lieff-r,wlth a fair demand for expor: sales
17,900 brls. at St 7fy?4 for eiipertlne State; $4 sea
S for extra do.) Iff saU in for auperrliie Western;
A I0A9 a for common to good meJinsi extra do.;
S) 6tte45 Wluferlorto good shipping brands round.
hoop ohlo; closing quiet and tirin. ITanada Flour
sjniet and unchaugotl: salea yobrls. at $10(26 30 for
common to choice extra r.yr Flonr la in fair request
at IS .t 2(1. W heat mio. better, with 'fair specu
lative demand) shipper are ouly boyiug. te fill old
might sngageuieuia: sales BOO.OOI I'wi. M II 10s)
IH for Oiicasn; Si Ht 13 for Hilwaukle Clnb;
81 JSfor red Indiana; II 34 for common white Canada.
Rye heavy: Sales 4.110 Iw-h at Mi(B.ic. barley low
and quiet heavy: sales 11,(00 fmsh.; INusda East Sftfat
Sic: State 82x2.; :t ada Weat xa-lo. Corn quiet
end heavy:- nalrs 4,OfO bush, at 9f-&l Wl f-r yellow
Sf."y..1"1 Ko'th-rn, nu heavy, at 00,11c. fr
ftHte' Jf.S'fn'ed Canada; closing little uu ac
tlw. Whisky quite Arm: sales 4.brU. at a;e.. and
smsll parcels at Pork dull and havy: sales
I.Odn hr a. at $1.1 n fr mess; $1050 for p'ime, iDolud
Ing 501) brls. mess, wller'a option all theyear, on pri
vate terms. Beer steady: J'n brls. sold at 44 26 fnr
prlmrtfVaU formes;lvtflnror r.psckeir d-.til
foil M extra do. Dre..-.. Bogs doll at 6(-4c
Beer Hams dull at til new Weatern prim
me-s hof quiet. Cut Mcaia quiet; v. for Bhouldera
and Wc. for Hams Bicon dull and heavy. Lard
unchanged at loiailc. Butter du, at lasiide for
(Ihl -, uud IViB'lc. tor Slat". Cheese atrmlv ti.lc.
Cott"U crnKJaksl.lKIO balm. JTroiskla Drm.
I :iiw"'Yuir.'"fi'ATTLi;'"UnKi:r. Sovenhcr 0 Beef
Cattle dull at about In-t week's prices; uothwiili.
atandiug the deuiSNNed reccipti, prices ransred from
Mi to 10c., averaging 7Xc Beoaipts 3,4Ui. hhecp
and lamb" are lamir request, KecelplsII.OOO Hwlnw
lower at HHo. fur still-fed, prime and corn-fed.
NxwOrlbaks ?t a ut st, NovemberB.-t'itton firm:
sales to day 2,!.u lu.lv. tk.ru tlrm at Jl 10. x
ohange on New York declined X; quoting at M.
Steamboat Register.
, AfstTAU. Superior, Louisville; Fnrtt Queen,
Madison; J. K. Bell, Nev (Irlrnns; Dr. Kane. St.
Louis; Prairie Bo.e, do.; Dnuleltb, Seville; Mano
lla, Mayaville,
I'SPAaTDxas. Rnperlnr, Lonlsvllle; Forest Queen,
Madison; R. B. Hml!t'.n, Wheeling; Diinleith, Na
vl Us; Louisiana Belie, Coast; Fairy Queen, Uai-vale.
A. A. Eyiter, Clooltg, Watuhes and
Jewelry. Nos. 841 and 171 Western-row.
Dsgns-reari Gallery, soutk-west cor
ner of Sixth aud Western-row, oyer Hannaford'e
drug-store. Pictures taken and ul in good cases
for twenty cents. Warranted to p ease.
0t" If you want a good Winter Coat go to
Krltl A McQuiro, Merchant Tailors, 2' Walnut
ttreet. Their stock ef Coats, Vests and Pants Is an.
exceptionable, and well ealoulatwl to please those
who call.
"SnragwA Co. hava a fine ananrtmnnf.
of Qents' asd Boys' Clothing, to which they lnvit
the attention of the piblfc. They hare none but
good materials. ' Those who ftror them with a oall
will get the best. Bemsmuer the south-east oorner
of Fourth and Tine.
Pratt's Last and nosing Sales of
Boolm at Auction.
BAY RVBKINGS, November 10. II and 2.
.. :AtNo. IS Wnrnt Fourth-street,
(Next to Smith A Mxon'a Hall.)
Bonks at Private Sale durinat the dav at Ten Invr
uoiinr 11 kijluwt Williams, Auct'ra.
a CO. Salea-mom No. S3 Main-strMt (In.
carles, Glassware, Boot ai rt Shoes, l.iunora, 'frnnks,
Vc, at Auctlon.-On TBTJRSDAY MORNIN.), Kov.
iu, at v o ciock; a general variety or staple Grocer
ies, Llqnors, Glassware, Wrapping Paper, Trunks,
Boots, shoes, Ac
noiu 1 n. a, muLKa a w,, anotioneors.
8HRAR8 a CO., Pales-rooms Nos. 67 and 50
jisin-eT:eM. nontaann nes at Auction. ve will
lell on TBUKSDAY HORNING, commencing at v
o'clock, without reserve, Koo cases Men's, Boys,
Vnnth's, Women's and Children's Boots, Shoes ana
Brogana. Must he sold. Terms cash.
, uc9 . tt. BBASUEAKS X CO , Auctioneers.
BAHP, at Trade Sales-rooms No. West rifth.
itl'eet, up-ststra. Assignee's eal of Books at Aue.
EVENINGS, November 10, Hand 13, at 7 o'clock,
will bsold. by catalogue, a large and valuable col
lection of booke. comprising many popular and
standard works In Theology, History, biography.
Travels, Literature, Science and Art, Architecture,
Enalneerlng, Mechanics, Agrlcnltnre, Hortioultme,
Rural Ccouomy, Natural History, Ac, many of
wMctt are fine Loudon editions and splendidly illus
trated, ,
N. B. Catalogues will bs published on Thursday.
Friday and Saturday mornings, and the books will
be open for examination during the day previous to
each sale. Terms cash.
Samusi. B. Kits, Assignee,
notel 8. G. HUBBABD, Auotloneer.
lynqinrcr copy, f
A WtLLIAMS-Bale-rooms Mand 34 East Third
"treat. Larue and Extensive Sale of Uahijrany and
itn.ewoci'i Venetra at Auction. On TUUH8DAY
a FTKRNOON, November in, at 1 o'clock, M.ono rMt
Crotch and Shade Wood Mahogany Veneers; 2,ouo
feet Rosewood do. .
The above are Just receiving from tbe last, and
the most dyalrable stock that lias been offered for
A credit on all sums over 8'ofl.
jno8 A. Ks-LLOGG, Auctioneer.
; Ojutin sale By Jacob graff
iaL a CO.- Fursl Fursl Fttrsl Ths second sale of
Purs, Robea, c, will be at 91 o'clock, ou THCitS-
rki.uiiu jtvn .... m 1... in .. i . ir..t Va.,1..
IA 1 UlVmWi ew..uiiivi ,v, e.. 10 Ajwnn s vui u -
street. To the former Invoice will he added a new
stock of the liner quality of Ladies' furs. Thoy can
ne seen on we neeuy
no ' el auuo uaai r ov uvii Auvuvuviria
' OOlce Ob Broadway, New York.
JL entire pronts, pro rata, among its roncy noia
ers, legal Interest (7 per cent, only) is paid on its
stock, which may, by Investment, reproduce about
that amount, therciiy giving the assured all the advantage-
of the fa Mutual System, with tb;
oledge of a Perpetual ' eplial Stock and the added
security that Its Board jit Directors have a Ferine,
nnnt Monnyed Interest In oondiict'ng its affairs with
prudence and strict economy.
Its rates are based upon the most approved English
tables of mortality, verified by Airerlcen expenenoe
to the preaent time. ..... , . ,
By the Charter, Dividends to the Assured are to be
declared every five years, and may be applied to tbe
reduction of premium, or will be credited upon tbe
policy, thereby increasing the amount Insured.
Parties dslriug to iuaure will be fhrnlabed with
the Society's publications, rates, 4c.,gratla,upona-
tli$. mklVJo. ALEXANDER, Fmld.n..
HKNBT B. UYDIC, Vice Irwident.
KuWARD P. WILLIAMS, Secretary.
GEO. V. PHILLIPS, Actuary.
looiLiwAiDor arriamciroaciNcinNATi.
We. tho undersigned, take pleasure In stating that
"The Konltable Life Assurance boeiety," of New
York.repreasntedintbiacltybjDavir 1 A.Trnax.Kso..
is entirely worthy the confidence of thla oommuoltr.
and that tlie combination of the Mutual and Joint
Stock prinotple-as by them presented-render this
Company one of the most oeslrable tor Insurers 1st
'BWdmauTcarllale a Shaw, Stanhope S. Bowe,
J. s. Cbencweth a Co., 8. S. LTnommedloo ,
Blachley, Simpaon A Co., . 1. V. Corwln,
Thompson TaaCTe, H. G. Spencer.
3 West Tbtrtjitreet, J
cc21 Exam'lnlng physician.
TLW. Farrin & Co.
that '.hey are selllb lumber at their yard ca
F reap jan- street, next to Olnoiunstl. Hamilton and
CmjVi, Uailroad, .
haa any other Lumber Dealers la the oitf.
f, Quick , Sales and Small Profits "
They submit the foUowtpc list of nrlese:
Clear lumber, all thicknesses, 1 In. IT ess tfriu SuS"!
Best Common, I Ji and j inch Plank m "
S!.1Sd m n' th'tkne . 1 60 17
UIMU c I.UIIW.n niuiwuiu,. laM
Hemlock Joist, Scantling and Timber,
n 1 1. t-...
22 60 25 0
II m 11 09
11 50 14 m
Flmt Common flooring Boards,
M on .17 60
a 73 M on
IS 50 30 oa
First Common Weatgier Boards,
is m 17 a
woo isou
nevona 1
Cedar Posts, by g feet, per buDdrtdY.- 65 I
f'edar " for f'jnciug. . 30 (
m (0 oil
Liaraat " ... ' ... ' 91 in t 2.
A further red action of W per cent, will U tnade on
fcltleof Saooot more. '
Wehaveotsof the largest and beet selected stocks
of Lumber Iu the Oinclnuati market, which we offer
ivr ania t. .no twn prices.
teats. IshilesBUl IU the mce. anil man rlnklva .a
ta g the
ueca. 1 ro aiHiy.c rwarn will De Pala V T
fOTitlyn (hatwllishwrws,rtiisis. to lira.
KJBLty, Sixth strvst, est ef LulTsrt, I
fP -W Cow of a muddy mixed color, tolerab y old,
wi th jrh tarMd in tewnrd th face. loo bu. short

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