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WANTED Rliht off, without. delay, a
w male Cook ; also a female (Joek. Apply early
ifiS.Swneral Intelligence Agency Office of A. D.
CARBON A OQ No. Sits Western-row, dtf b
W T competent to take charge of children. Nous
other need apply. Apply at 137 Broadway, doth
ua "i"9t child. Immediately, at No.
mixthjRoomo IQiind 11, third story. deb
r.7r.T..70"nK.!n"?. M ?ortor r c of
bnrsee: nre situation when ba can make himself
generally useful. Addrese C. W. B. at this oflice.
V"ANTED A small HOUSE of four or
.1 a,S. ro?n, within seven or olght squares of
A?JPo,,!BSf' bj tn't who will pay In Sdvahce.
Address M. T. at this oflice. del
WANTED AGENTS and other aotly
young men to anil one of the boat articles
star offered to the public Agent are maktns $8
rerday. Call at 128 Walnut-street, Boom 1. deb
WANTED A imall HOUSE, with two or
three rooms, or one or two rooms, unfur
nished, and wltbont board. In a private family, by a
Bentleman and hli wife. Booms with gaa preferred,
Address P. at tlila office. de6b
can obtain Board lug at Mo. 321 Weat Fourth
ft. de6b
7'ANTED To tell on full oourie Schol
T.. 'ship 'n Jn0- Oundry'a Commercial College.
W III take Groceries or Clothing. Address E. W,
Batch, Postoffice Bon 227,and tell where I can make
the trade . Good chance to study book-keeping.
. dcib'
WAHTJiU HKLF A young man nsed
to tbe care of Horses. Also, female servants
lor various altoationa In city and country.. Apply at
tnj general Intelligence Agency, No 382, Western
row. deibl A.6.CAB80N 4 00.
Double-entry Book-keeper and bnalneaa man
desires a position In a mercantile or manufacturing
business, or as an Agent. Good references will be
furnished by addressing Box 2329, Olnoinnati Post
office. deflb
WANTED-NURSE-Immediately. One
thatcan give satisfactory refereooes aa to char
acter. Good wages. Apply at thle office. de5b
WANTED AGENTS A good chance Is
now offered to good reliable men wishing to
travel. No capital required. For Information apply
to A. D. Oaraon A Co., General Information Agouti,
Ho. 288, Western-row, Cincinnati, Ohio. de.'.b
WANTED M E N A large number of
active, industrious mon can And agreeable
and at the same time lucrative employment in the
ale of some new and popular hooka and Maps.
These works are written by the beat historians and
authors known to the civilized world ; hence tbeir
popularity. Coma and examine for yourselves be
fore engaging in the sale of other publications.
MACK K BABN1TZ, Publisher,
de3tf 38 Weat fourth -street, Cincinnati.
WANTED 500 AGENTS To sell Dr.
LIEF from all pain, the beat remedy In the vorld
for Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Call at the Bail,
road Hotel at 12 o'clock. de6b
WANTED Clerks, book-keepers, -talesmen,
bar-keepers, porters, coopers, carnen
tors, mechanics, laborers and others, can find situa
tions at the Merchants' Clerks Registry Office. 128
Walnut-street. de2b HALE A CO.
twelre years old, hark brown hair, gray eyes, high
forehead, mediom-slr.ed ; dressed In Kentucky jeans;
ubject to tits ; sometimes partially deranged. Sup
rosed to be somewhere in Covington, ivy. When
laat heard from he was at the Madison House. Cov
ington, Ky., in the capacity of bell-boy. Ht left
mere aooni in roe weea ago, ana nas not. upon neara
from elnoe. Any person notifying me of his where
about!, either by letter through the Newport Post,
office, or personally at Messrs. B. W. A O. W.Bob,
aon'a Feed-mills, corner of Monmouth and Jeffer-eon-streets,
Newport, Ky.. shall be liberally reward
ed for tbeir tcouble. ldeob) PANIl.Ii POPriNO.
fOR RENT A ROOM Suitable for two,
-aa. with board. Apply at Mo. 3 xaat beventn
street. deeb
.sV BOOM, situated on Elm-atreet-No. 628 be
'tween Fifteenth and Liberty atreeta. Bent 913 per
momn. app'y on me premises, ueierence re
rulred. de6b
UBNT-HOUSE With eiirht r nn in.
Jf and gas. Ho. 171 Went Third-atreet. Bent HO
per monin. inquire on tne premises. qetu
E10R RENT ROOMS Suitable for rail
V road, law or Insurance office, on aecond and
third floora. In four-atory building opposite the
Freaa Office. The building haslbeen newly re-painted
and re-papered. All in good otder. Apply at the
Frees Office. nol9
BOARDING A lady and gentleman, or
two single gentleman, can have a comfortable
front room, with beard. In a private family. Apply
ai aa, of ninin-sueei, oerweoo. vipe ana vvainui.
BOARDING Two single gentlemen oan
obtain a nice room, with board, fli-e and light,
at S3 M per week, by applying Immediately at Ho.
107 Longworth-atreet, between Elm and Plum.
do6bJ -
BOARDING A few day-boarders and a
gentleman and hla wife can be accommodated
with board at No. 29S Fifth-atreet, between John-
TOOR SALE 600 aores of 12-oent Lands
M. In Southern Missouri; good farming landi;
good titles ; will be sold very low for cash. For flip
ther particulars address Lock Box 817, Cincinnati
I'ostofiice. detib
FOR SALE BUGGY A good Phaeton
Buggy. Inquire of B. P. McOOMAB,
deSc No. J76 Weatern-row, Cincinnati.
Bair, Mound or Sixth-street, below John. The
finder will bo rewarded by leaving it at 301 Sixth
street. de6b
JL Saturday afternoon laat, on Third, between
Western-row and Mil I -street. The finder will be
rewarded by leaving the same at thla office, desb'
4Y0trajjfraN. a ' years-otae,
il. with a moderate income, is dealrous of forming
tbe acquaintance of a lady, not over 20 years of age,
with a view to matrimony. Addreaa, in confidence,
KDQAR, Box 345, Canton, Ohio. deS-b
inducements for cash, or will rent, and let the rent
pay for tbe Piano, at 73 Weat Fanrth-street.
The largest stock of Melodeons In the olty. no30
M A B 1 1 1 Remember that
Bazleton Brothers, Raren, Bacon A
Co., Ballet, Davis k Co., and Peters,
uriggs a no. s rianos cannot be II V I SI
found tn Cincinnati except at Mo. fi6 '
West Fourth-atreet. I will sell for cash, as low as
any one east or weat, or will rent, and let the rent
pay for the Piano, at 60 West Fourth-street.
1. OHUKOH, Jr.,
noao Bopot for Melodeons and Harmoniums.
91 00.
A collection of Marches. Wadlm.. Palka..
lauviinbum, vjunm un'n. muunoB, wuin vuim
Ac. A Superb Volume of Popular Muslo. Arranged
for the Piano-forte. Price $150. In cloth $2. Copies
sent by mall. Published by ,1. CHURCH, Ja.,
noiatf 65 Weat Fourth-street.
B.WIU.I.U ....! 1 1 T) II . r
Sixth-it,, bet. Tjfalnut and Vine.
have the honor to inform tbeir friends and the
publio generally that they hare fitted up. at great
expense, in the moat elegant manner, the above
establi.raeot after the New Vork and London style,
being entirely new, and the first of the kind ever
attempted West of the Mountains. Will open on
BATUBBATi Deo. 3. Mnsical Bolreee every Tues
day, Thnraday and Saturday evenings. Chair taken
by Mr. Crawford at 8 o'clock precisely. no2
T. XX. Deters,
stock or
To which be Invites tbe attention of lbs public
Ir yon want a servant, advertise In
Ir yon want a home, advertise in
I yoq want to sell anything, advertise in
Ir yon want to bny anything, advertise In
In fact, eysry want supplied by advertising tn
Don't forget that the Penny
Press la the medium through which to
make known your wants I Advertise
meuta of five lines and less, Inserted
twice for twenty-five cents!
5SPenny Press to be had every
morning at the Countln;room door.
Only one cent.
Express Company, has our daily thanks for
Indianapolis papers.
PlTMT.T.1 IS Til .-J I -U
the oyster depot of Peter Cavagna, No. 31
tir.-t vial - . : Li i
nwi x iibu-euavii. uive aim van.
Oysters. Wo oan assure our frlendi and
patrons that Robert Orr, No. 11 West Fifth
street, still continues to furnish the same ex
cellent quality of oysters, In quantities to suit
purchasers, that he has heretofore done.
Mkisorolooicil Obarbvations. For the
TViifiv Rett, bv Hfinrv Ware. Ontinlan. Nn. T
West Fourth-street, December 5.
O'clock. Barometer. Thermotueler.
7 A. SI ....29.58 38
12 M v,......29.60 43
6 P. M ......W.'Ji - a
ArpoiHTMiRT bt Govkihor Chask. John
F. Torrenoe, Counollman from the Fifth
Ward, received a telegram, yesterday after
noon, from Governor Chase, informing him
that ne had been appointed a member of the
Biaie soaru oi auuzation, in place of J. h.
Vattier, resigned. .
PaocxcoiNos ok trrCoumttCohiiissionirs.
At their regular session, held yesterday morn
ing, the County Commissioners passed orders
amounting, in tbe aggregate, to $359 51, of
which $244 95 was paid Gerard A Co. for
groceries furnished the Lick Bun Lunatio
Asylum, and $jO to John Eerthan for med
ioines for the same institution. Apart from
this no business of any importance was trans
acted. CoMMiTTgo to Jail kob a Prttv Larcknv.
A man named J. Richtor, yesterday morning
caused a warrant to be issued by Justice Mar
chant for the arrest of John Burst, whom he
accused of having stolen a bolt of red flannel,
worth $1$, from a store located some plaoe
in the lower part of the city. Surst was im
mediately arrested, taken before tho Magis
trate, and sentenced to six months' imprison
ment at hard labor in the County Jail.
Unpaid Lwtp.rs. The following is a list of
letters aetatnea lor non-payment ot postage at
the Postoffioe, in this city, Deoember 5:
Henry Brachman, Louisville, Ky.
Miss Mary Hannah, Hixvllle, Franklin Co,, Ind,
"nmuel Read, Bridgetown, N, J,
,lobn Diamond, jr., St. Louis. Ho.
Maater H. F. Lewis, Grand Bluff, Texas.
Margaret Nubar, Dayton, Ohio.
John N. Furbur, Brook ville, Ky.
J. W. Ashbridge, Louisville, Ky.
8. Btanalfer, Colnmbus, Ind.
H. B. Guthrie, Knon.Uhlo. '
Mam Skvkrklv Kickhd bt a irons. a
man named John Snyder, residing on New
street, a short distance east of Broadway, en-t
gaged In driving an express wagon, was kicked
yesterday morning by his horse, and injured
so seriously that it is thought ha will not re
cover. He was in his stable at the time, and
in the act of preparing for the duties of the
day, when the animal struok him in the fore
head, cutting a gash several inches long, and
it is feared fatally fracturing his skull.
Child Run Ovkb bt an Exrasss Wagon.
A little girl, about four years of age, daughter
of Mrs. Connovan, residing on Seventh-street,
near Broadway, while crossing the latter
street, yesterday afternoon, waa accidentally
run over bv an express wagon, and injured
quite severely. Her collar-bone was broken
and her head and body braised very badlv.
She was carried to the residence of her mother,
wnere ner wounds were attended to, and sne
made quite as comfortable as the circum
stances would admit.
Polici Court. The business before the
Polios Court yesterday morning, as ia usual
upon Mondays, was quite heavy, and oecupied
almost double the length of time ordinarily
taken up In the examination of oases at this
tribunal. Forty-four persons passed la regu
lar order, before Judge Lowe, and received
the sentence of the law for their various mis
demeanors. None of the persons were of suf
ficient note to entitle them to a paragraph,
and the faults they committed were just snob,
trivial affairs as might have been expected
from suoh individuals. ,
. i
Distructivs Fibi at Eaton Railroad
Dkfot Entibilt DMTRoTid. About two
o'olook on Sunday morning last, a fire broke
out In the railroad depot at Eaton, Preble
County, Ohio, and destroyed the entire build
ing, with its oon tents. The books, papers nnd
tiokets of the company were burnt, together
with some freight that happened to be in the
establishment, but this, however, In quantity,
happened to be small.
The fire is supposed to have originated from
a defective flue, and the loss will reaoh $,000.
Mr. D. M. Morrow, an attach of the road, in
endeavoring to save some artlolss from the of
fice waa quite severely burned, but not dangerously.
During) tbb Past Wsiic. The following from
the books in the office of the City Auditor, ii
an exhibit of the receipts and disbursements
of the city during the week ending Saturday
General Fund
Police Court and City Prison ,.
V 7.M TO
I, Ms n
1,000 110
179 00
S71 S6
waicn runu
Light Fund
Sinking rund...,
87,194 47
General Fund
Police Court and City Prlaon .
vvatcn j" una ..,
Buoerior Court Fund.
Fire Department Fund
worst Honse
Floating Debts Bonds..
Ttl $30,851 7
J5,08 24
77J 113
4,419 77
477 SO
3,047 27
42 96
17,000 00
Countt Finanobs. The following table,
taken from the books in the offioe of tbe County
Treasurer, shows the receipts and expendi
tures of the County from November SB to De
cember 8, inclusive:
S17,n 31 1473 34
Bridge Fund.. 4I ...,.
Harrison Bridge................. 83 62
County Infirmary................ ' 78 no
Lunatio Asylum....... ,. . 4M 30
eharpeburg Boad. 2 28 00
Carthage Boad..... jio m m (n)
t'levea and Bardttown Boad. 16 00 A2 00
Redemption.. . -....'.... 38 6,
Befunders ...,. M 22
Buildlnfl Fund.. jub &n
?tore Licenses 103 24
eddler'a License
ax Omissions
341 41
3 W
School Futid -
1,112 56
..$20,82 M
I'JIS 08
Thai Intal emniint ftf favaa v.ittwAl 1... 1-
on the December tax duplicate wts $40,871 61.
iss wuoie amount receivea 10 Aiecemoer 2.
was $113,770 93.
The Plum-street Tragedian Again in
The Plum-street Tragedian Again in Trouble-De Marbais Charged with
Grand Larceny.
Not. long ago, as most- -of oar readers are
aware, in the shadow of tbe tall spire of the
Cathedral on Plum-street, a young man made
an attempt, at midnight, to kill hia wife and
oommit suicide. The affair, however, waa
badly managed, and the only success connec
ted with It was to produoe the anomaly of a
tragedy without a death.
From some eiroumstancei that have lately
taken plaoe, it would seem that this young
tragedian, disgusted with Melpomene, has
tranfeired his sneotlons from the dark-browed
Muse to become a dlsoiple of Mercury. Our
hero, it is alleged, has lately appeared bat
whether for the first time we know not in his
new character with some ectat, ss the incident
which follows will clearly show. -
Late in the afternoon of Saturday last an
old man, named Armstrong, who resides at
Osgood, Ind., was met at tbe Ohio and Missis
sippi Railroad Depot by a oouple of young
men, who, after entering into eonversation
with him, produced a very delicately-constructed
article, well-known to all high-art
confidence men by the name of "Little Joker."
He saw a piece of paper in it, and when they
told him he was mistaken, of course he thought
it absurd, and, as might have bees expected,
asserted that his eyesight was better than their
denial, and proposed to back his opinions with
a bet. This they took, and before the oars
were ready to leave he had been relieved of
After Armstrong reached home he tele
graphed to this city, describing the persons
who had swindled him, and yesterday morn
ing a man appeared upon the soene who had
witnessed the transaction. A warrant was
therefore issued for the arrest of the parties
and given Into the hands of Officers Colby and
Small, who, yesterday afternoon, arrested
Thomas Eugene De Marbals, the Plum-street
tragedian, and Charles Millard, who, the of
ficers assert, but a few weeks ago was released
from the penitentiary. -
Since the above affair became known, they
have alio been suspected of swindling a man
named Whittaker, who resides in Eentuoky,
near Frankfort, out of about $30 in the same
manner, and upon both of these charges will
be examined before Judge Lowe as soon as the
witness oan reaoh the city.
Jailor Shockley, who seems to have almost
as many eyes as Argus, in an examination
ne made or tne ceils ot tbe bounty Jail on
Saturday last, discovered three files and a
large brass key in the cell of William Beck
ley, who has iust been convioted of murder in
the aecond degree. The key was an exact
copy of the one which unlocked his oell, and
with a little filing would have enabled him to
esoape from it. Beckley was shackled and
thrown into the dungeon connected with the
prison, whore it is thought he will learn sub
mission, although it is somewhat doubtful.
The most persevering sot of fellows of whom
we have heard for a long time, are confined
now in our County Jail. Evory week some
ono of thsm makes an effort to escape, but as
yet their endeavors have not met with sue.
coss. Thov have this one virtue, however.
in an eminent degree, but we hope that their
oase may prove an exception to the general
rule, that .a long-continued and persistent
enort always onngs its reward.
Man Bobbed in a Baonio A Woman Swal
lows Fifiy-six Dollars. A man from Pn
laski County. Ky., named Aaron Holt, visited
a bagnio on Seventh-street, near Culvert, last
night, and while there was robbed of $90.
It was not long, however, before he discovered
his loss, and feeling satisfied that the nymph
who had robbed him of his chastity had also
Btoien his money, ne rnsnei into the street,
and calling the watch caused a woman, named
Anna uoimmitn, to be arrested.
In the meantime, for the purpose of des
troying the evidence of her guilt, she put the
money into ner mouin, ana Dotore tne omcers
reached ner Bad succeeded tn swallowing Blty
els delta of la. -Divining her intention, they
made an effort to rescue the fundi, but only
succeeded in saving four dollars from this
wholesale mastication. Ene was committed to
the Hammond-street Station-house to await an
examination. .
Dbath from thr Bits ok a Snaki. A man
named Peter Quinn, who, for some time past,
has been at work upon the farm of Thomai
MoFarland, near Vincennes, Indiana, on Fri
day last, while In the act of taking his seat on
a load of wood, was bitten by a snake. He
started for the honse of his employer, wnich
was some distance . off, but before be reached
it he suffered considerably from pain and the
part had began to swell.
Medical assistance was immediately called,
but their endeavors failed to relieve him, and
on Monday it was determined to bring him to
this city. He arrived here yesterday morn
ing, and was taken to the house of his brother,
on Western-row, near Second-street; but the
poison had so completely insinuated itself
into his system that ne died in great agony in
a few hours after he had reached his friends.
Burns Convictbd op Mobdsr in ths First
Dkqrbr. In the Common Pleas yesterday
morning the jury convicted James Barns of
murder in the first degree. There is a motion
pending for a new trial.
The Sohool Board met last night at the
usual time. President King In the chair. The
minutes of tbe last meeting were read and approved.
A communication was received from the City
Clerk, stating that the City Council had repealed the
resolution concurring with one pasted by the Board,
in reference to the purchase of a piece of ground
weat of the Eighth District Sohnol-honso.
A communication from the City Solicitorstating
that upon examination he had found the title to the
laud told by Henry Martin to the Board, and located
on Main-atreet, toutb of Buokeye, perfect. On
motion of Mr. Btratton, a warrant far 13,000, the
amount of the first payment for the land, waa
ordered to ba drawn.
The Trustees of the Fourth District were empow
ered to appoint an additional teaohar, at a salary of
(20 per month. , ,
Mr, Powers made an Ineffectual attempt to procure
an appropriation of $20, for the purchase of a book
case, in which to place the books which havo been,
or may be, donated to the Seventh District. .
The Prcaldent inquired f any measure had been
taken toproaeoute the individual who committed the
assault on Mr. Moore, teacher in the First Interme
diate Sohool. Several members staged that the as
sailant had made an ample apology, and the matter
had been dropped.
Tbe Library Committee presented the regular
monthly report of the Librarian, which gives the
follewlng as the circulation for the month : History,
S17 Tola i Biography, 4V9 vols.: Poetry, 4S2 vols :
Scientific, A30 vols.; Travels, 781 vols.; sterlet and
Novels, 1,7,11 vols.; Miscellaneous, 1,811 vols. Total
6,M2. Finea asaeased 84 1;.
The report furthor states that the manuscript of
the new catalogue is now in the hands of the printers,
and, when completed, will contain four hundred
pagei of printed matter.
Mr. Powers moved to dlsoharge the committee
from the further consideration of the petition of the
Principals of the High schools, asking an increase of
salaries, but the motion waa not agreed to, and the
committee was directed to report at the next meeting
of the Board.
Mr. Reeves moved that the Furniture Committee
be authorized to confer with the Managsra of the
Children's Aid Society, and, If deemed expedient,
purchase furniture to aupplyseat for vagrant chil
dren induced to attend achool, a room to accommo
date them having been procured In the Fourth Ward.
On the anggeetfon of several niembera, the motion
waa to amended at to direct tbe committee to confer
and report the result of the conference to the Board
at itt next meeting, Carried.
On motion, the resolution of Mr. Dangherty, offered
at a previaiis mroling, abolishing the airstem ot trans
faring aoholara from one district to another, (eioept
to such as wish to study German and cannot do so in
the district in which they res!de,)beabollsbed. nnleaa
by especial consent of tbe Board.
Mr. Btratton moved to amend by con tin lug the
resolution in regard to future transfers, so aa to pre
vent it from affecting any arrangements heretofore
made. Carried.
Alter considerable discussion the resolution at
amended was withdrawn.
Theappolntmentiif Edward B. Pritcbnrd a teacher
of penmanship In tbe Orphan Asylum wasecBflmed.
Pike's Opera-house The audienco last
nlghtat the Opera-bouse wat an improvement upon
thoeeof laat week. and. althnnvh nntlnr.M in .iltit
of quality was Sue. The sterling comedy or Sterling
Coyne, LoviKNOT.vtaa admirably put upon the atage
aid well rendered To-night it will be repeated in
connection with the capital farce A Pleasant Nxion-
Boa. in wnicn nr. uaviage and Addle I'rocter will
both appear. ;
Wood's Theatre. Dot wa enacted last
nlolil at this ..hll.hn..n. In - ....II... .-.II
and EflioEllsler appeared to a good advantage, and
entirely In a new light to many of her admirers. It
win i piajeu again tins evening, te be followed by
Thesesi, the OapuAH or Geiiva.
National Thbatsr. .Master Alfred Stewart
appeared laat night, at tbe National Theater, before
good audience, and tbe habitues of that establish
nient aonearad to 1m daltflhteil with ht. Mi-farm. n-A
of the Irish character. To-night be will appear aa
'.'0' Bryan.' In the laiiH Emiorakt, and at "Paddy
f ii rnht" In rhAl'H.ppv M.w
Smith Nixon's Hall. The Old Hundred
sang laat night to a fair honse at Smith & Nixon's,
and repeat their performance for the laat lime this
evening. They desorve to be huard and those who
fall to do to will regret it. Jennv Twii-hall ,.. . hn..
of admirers, who already aigh at parting with the
.wMt-faoed and sweetar-vnlrAil hlnnri- .nil Anni.
Granger's bird-like notea have captivated quite as)
many uiunt. uv. iuciu uave a parting auatence to
niirht that will cause them tn rnmumti.. rhAl-ui.it
Cincinnati with pleasure.
General Term. Wall vs. Air. Judge
Hoadler delivered an opinion, affirminc the Indir.
Thomas ra. ecbults. Us n on bv Jndsa Hnenrar
affirming judgment.
Andrew Wilson vt. Smith & Olll.rt. (Ininlnn hv
Judge Storer affirming judgment.
Ctieteldlne va. Mathers, late 81ierifT. Opinion by
Judge Hoadley affirming the judgment.
otbuck jubiks. it waa stated uy juage uoautoy
that the Court had adooted a rule in relation tn strnrk
juries, requiring the parties to deposit in advance
wuninecierK me amount oi one any a service, one
dollar, for eaoh juror.
Natiosai, Thbatkb. The teallmony in thla action
nroceeded before Judae Htorer. and has utmnt nlnul
on both tldea. The argument will commence to-day.
Sentencks. Judge Mallon sentenced the
following prisoners : Edward O'Nell, convicted of the
larceny of oarnest, waa sentenced te the penitentiary
for two years.
Geo. McLean, convicted of manslaughter, was
sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary.
Geo. Kennedy plead guilty to a charge of shooting
with Intent to kill.
TbeOonrt iuqulred of the prisoner In relation to
hla complicity In certain offenses against the lawa of
Kentucky and New Vork, officer from theae places
having requisitions against him, remarking that
thongn they did not propose to punish bim for crimes
committed in another state It might be proper to
take those matters ;lntoconideration when exercis
ing their discretion, and viewing the prisoners re
lation to society.
The prisoner denied his criminality in those cases.
The present offense charged against nlin waacommlt
ted while endeavoring to escape pursuit after detec
tion In alarceny.
Bis couuael stated that a dog was at the heels of the
tconsed. and bowlder were thrown at him, and it
wta tben he turned round and fired at random.
Mr. Gaines said that Kennedy told the; man who
waa shot that If he did nut get out of the way be
would shoot him and he had to take the load before
he eonld get out of the way.
Judge Mallon pasted a sentence of nine years iu
the Penitentiary.
James Carlin, plea of guilty to grand larceny, sen
tenced to one year in the Ponitontlary. 1
Lawson, about alxty yen re of ago, convicted of
horse-stealing, waa sentenced to the Penitentiary
for four years.. The prisoner, who waa a feeble
looking man, remarked that he did not think he
would live that long.
John Kelly, convicted of burglary, waa also an
agsd man, and apparently far advanced In consump
tion, lie stated to the Conrt that he had been
dwindling away since his imprisonment until the
fleth. had all dropped from hit bones.
Judge Mallon When taken to the Penitentiary
yoi will be placed in a hospital. Does it make any
difnrence to you how long you are sent up for ?
Prisoner (who waa tottering on his feet) No, air;
a long sentence wenld do aa well at a short one, for I
do not exnect to come ont alive anvhow.
L Judge Mallon The sentence of the Court Is that
yu be tent to tne f eniten tiary lor luur years.
- Turner, assault and battery; sentenced for ten
days In Jail and to pay 820 fine.
William Nealy, aged seventeen years, graud lar
ceny; sentenced to two years in the Penitentiary.
John McLaughlin, assault and battery; ten days In
Jail and to pay costs.
Jamet Lewis, (colored.) assault and battery; teii
diyt in Jail and to pay a fine of $150.
Michael Kilkerny, assault and battery; sumo sen
hnx. Heunesay; same offense; same sentence.
Timothy Leary and Henry Puthoff, convicted nf
robbery, were sentenced to three ycart in the Pent
Unitary. Jamet McLaughlin, assault with Intent to kill;
tare years.
William Wilson, horse stealing; three years.
William Strapham. passing counterfeit money; one
k-ear in the Penitentiary.
IGRANn Juaoas. The following are the names of
ueuranu juror sworn in ocmre jiufge uollins: U.
V. Tucker, foreman; Henry Erkle, S. M. Smith,
John Ward, 0. M. Trnssel, Stephen Youngblood,
Smith Betta. Charles Schelsa. John Getta. J. It Una..
J. P. Morehead, W. A. Smith, L. Jennings, Robert
ue.roner ana uuanes uyie.
Monetary and Commercial.
Monetary matters underwent little change
yesterday from last Saturday, but wore fairly active
for Money.
The discount for Money continued brisk, and the
offerings of Paper at the Discount-houses were still
large, in excess of their moans to accommodate, at
they have been from the opening or the season.
The speculative feeling in Hoga and Provisions
lenders finances active, operator requiring a good
Ileal of Money.
1 Kaatern Exchange still ruled at X buying ami h
tremlnm selling rate, though it waa less llrm than on
In New Orleans Exchange we heard of no transac
tion! of consequence.
I Gold was very dull, and Iu aucurient money there
Iras no change.
Flour wat In modeaate demand yesterday and dull,
but holders were unwilling to make any important
concessions. Whisky was steady. The speculative
feeling in Hogs continued, and prices were higher,
partially influenced, no doubt, by light receipt. The
sales reached 3,133 hend at Sfi 37(3$ 75, heavy Hoga
being held aa high aa 87 00. Concerning Provisiuas
more excitement waa felt yesterday than on any day
Of the season. Bulk and Green Meata and Mnss Pork
advanced, and nil articles were very firm, Groceries
continued steady.
The rates of Exchange and Coin at the close 0
bink-honset, yesterday, were as follows:
Buying. Selling.
New York Bight X prem. prcin.
Philadelphia Sight X " "
Boston Sight.......... 20c'4 "
Baltimore Sight. 2uc'4 "
New Orleans Sigut par
American Gold paro " "
The Imports and Exports of various articles durl ng
the forty-eight hours ending yesterday noon, were
at follows:
Impohts. Flonr, 3,251 brls. ; Whisky M7 brls.;
Corn, 2,3 0 bushels; Wheat, 2,386 bushels; Oats, 1.248
bushels; Barley 1,86 bushels: Hogs, 3,'Jlf head; Coffee,
310 bags; Apples, 365 lirla.; Butter, an kega; Cheese,
1,916 boxes; Pork and Bacon, 2fi,Ml lbs.; Potatoes, 271
brls.; Halt, 448 brls.
ExpoBTi.-Clour, 2,7m brie.; Whisky, a,M0brls.:
Corn, 20 bushels: Wheat, 138 bushels; Barley, 1.320
bnshelt; Sugar, 102 hhds.; Molasses, 168 brls.; Coffee,
411 bags; Applet, 61ft brls.; Butter, 89ft kega; Cheese,
1,959; boxes; Potatoes, 227 brls.; Salt, 60ft brls.
The city Horse market for the week ending last
evening wat loss active than for the week previous,
and though transaction at some of the stables are
large, much general complaint Is made by dealora of
the dullness. At tills season the trade should lie
quite brisk, twice as much ao as it is. Good stock ii
in demand, but ordinary horses are difficult of tale.
Receipts are still from Ohio and Indiana, and the de
mand coutinnrs to be from the Southern States. The
sales at the different stables were as follows:
At Daniel Carney'a, 73 horses sold for $6,652 75; W.
H. Steavena', 38 horses for f 4,6211; W. K. I. Rider's,
56 horses for 15,220: B. Jenifer's, 37 horses for 8.4or-,
Miller, Eastwood A Co.'s, 81 hones for $8,0iy; D. 4
P. Riley's, 15 horses for SI ,680. Total, 302 horses
sold for 128,60ft 75.
The aggregates of tho St. Louis Bunks last week,
wars as follows: '
Dec. 3. Nov. 26. tns. Dec.
Exobango mat's..- 13,256,203 93,193,013 S6J,S!0
Circulation 47,89.' 483,675 li,220
Coin 6K),4W 730.653 , $17,139
IXOCR The demand ia quite moderate, and the
market dull, but holders do not feel disposed to make
any Important concessions in order to effect salts.
The sales add up 900 brls., at )55 10 for etiperone,
and 15 25(85 so for extra.
WHrSKY-The market Is steady, witb a fair de
mand: sales of 1,100 brls. at 2l)o., Including that
from wagon.
HOGS The receipts continue quite light, and the
speculative demand active, and prices higher. The
tales were:
I, 000 head averaging 190 lbs. at $6 SO
300 head averaging 200 lbs. at 6 40
213 head averaging 200 lbs. at 87
310 bead averaging 200 lbs. at 6 50
500 head (del. three days hence) 200 Iha, at... 60
140 head averaging 173 lbs. at a 40
500 head averaging 200 lh. at H , 6 66
160 head averaging 220 lb, at,....... 6 75
200 head averaging 200 lbs. at....... 6 6A
The market closed buoyant, and heavy were held at
$7. About 4,000 head were received the last forty
tight hours.
OIL Linseed is firm and scarce at 98c., with a
moderate demand.
PROVISIONS The speculative tlemand continues
strong, aud the market wat mora excited to-day than
any day during the seaaon. Mess Pork advanced to
J 17, on the spot, and their were buyers at fl7 50for
ebruary delivery, but none seemed willing to sell
on such term. Bulk Meats advanoed M()sc.,and
at the close might be quoted at 64 and 8,0. Lard
could not have been bought below llMc. Green
Meats Mo. Higher. The sales wore 200 oris, mess
Pork, on the spot, at $17; 200 do., for ths first week
of January, at the same rate; 4,ii0 pieces green Meats
at 5J4 and Vic. forShonlders and Hides, and ,Vac.
for Hams; and 60,000 lbs. hulk Shoulders, delivered
the last ten days In January, at ,c, and loo.OOU do.
Sides, delivered in February, at 8,'c.
GKOOEIllKS The demand I moderate at full
prloea; Sugar at 7,SS8,'4c; Uolaiset at 10, and Coffee
ttl3g)Uc. .
WHEAT The market Is firm, with a good demand
for prime white at $1 ZKoll 25, and prime red $1 1(V$
1 18: sales or 3O0 bush, prime white at (1 24; l.ioodo.
at SI S5.
COBN The market continue tlrui, with a good
demand: salea of 1,1.11 bu.liela at 16c.
OATS There Is a good demand, and prices are
steady at 16c.: tale, of 2,'.i bu.hels, in bulk, at 46c.
RYE There is a good demand, and prices have ad
vanced 2c. per bushel: sale 700 liusbi-l atnu.
BARLEY The market continue, linn, with a good
demand at our last quotations: sales of 250 bushel
fair fall at 66c.
CHEESE The market Is firm, with an active de
maud: sales V4) boxes Western Reserve at Sr.; 1.00
do. Eugllih Dairy at lie; 25 cases Norton's Pine
apple at 17c.
BUTTER There it a fair demand, fur fair to prime
roll at IMol7c.
A PPLKS Prices have advanced to$l 7'4 Ii 73 per
barrel, with a gonddemaud.
POTATO KS-The market ia firm, with a good de
mand. We quote prime Neahanoi ks at $1 50 per
barrel: sale or 70Obiuihelt prime Neahanockt, from
store, atftOc.
CLOVER SEED The market continues Arm, with
an active demand: sates of 200 lntshels, in sacks, at
$4 65.
Nrw Yobb Makibt, December 5P. M. Clour
Is firmer, with a fair d.mand foroxtra: tales of lA.ooo
krla., at I05 20 for superline Slate; $5 3(K5 411
for extra State; $5 Hk35 25 for superlin Western;
33 .Wn3 45 for common to medium extra do., and
$. iiot 75 for Inferior to good shipping brandsextra
round. hoop Ohio nmikot cloaing lirni and pretty
active. Canadian Flournnchanged: sale of too brls.
at $5 2ft.1 50 tor commou to choice extra. Rye
Floor In fair request at $3 75(34 33. Wheat without
special cliauge, with more doing for export: sales of
36,000 bushels, at (I 25 for rod State; $1 18 for Chi
cago Spring, not prime; $1 43(31 43 lor white Indi
ana, Southern and wluter red Westers; Canadian
Club on private terms. Rye in moderate request:
sales, small lot, at 890. Barley Is unsettled and not
aotlve: sales of I2,0u0 bushels, at 70(autt)c. for State;
75e. lor Canada East. Corn ncarc and Arm: sales of
11,000 bushels, at 8.va88o. for new yellow, and 94(95c.
for old yellow. Oat dull at 4546c. for State.
Western and Canadian. Whisky a ahado firmer
and quiet: aalet of 100 brla. at 2To. Pork more ac
tive and firmer: sales of 4,700 brls. at $16 2516 50
for mess; $11 SO for prlme-fnclndlng 3,000 brl. tneea
snllert ontlon January, February and March, at
$16 r.0. Iteef steady ind enchanted: salesof 350 oris,
at S4t .10 for country prime: ti&i 50 for do. mesa;
f3f&10 for old and new repacked mess: $10 7rail 50
fur extra mess. DretsedIogt firm at 77Mc. for
corn fed. Beef Bams quiet and unchanged, at $14 29
(fu!4 60 for Weat-wn. Prime mess Beef quiet at $17
(fil.. Cut Meats unchanged. Bacon ateady: salea
of 20 boxes Cumberland Cut long-ribbed Middles,
tor an tnts month, at 4c. Lard steady: tales of
2-.0 brls. at lWiiftllc.
Steamboat Register.
AaaiVAU. -Sunday J. B. Ford, Wheeling; Glen
wood, Plttshnrg; magnolia, Maysville; Argonaut.
Tittaliurg; Telegraph, Louisville. Monday-Forest
Oneen, Madison; Ohio No. 2, Marietta; Mary Cook,
Plttslmrg: Vixen, St. Lonls; Prairie Rote. St. Louis;
Superior, Louisville: Silver Moon, Memphis; Liberty,
Wheeling; Dunleith, Neville; Virginia Home, No
vell; Wenona, Nashville.
Dbfabtubes. Sunday A. 0. Tyler. New Orleans;
J. B. Ford, Louisville; Telegraph, Louisville; Dr.
Kane, Pittsburg; Argonaut, St. Louis. Monday
Forest Queen. Madison: Ohio No. 2. Marietta; Snpe-
nor, uuiii.Tinn; oins;uuii. lUHysriiie; vixen, rltrs
hurg: Henry Fltzhugh, Memphis; Mary Cook, Wa
bash River,
Masonic. The different Masonic Lodges of
this city will hereafter hold "Union Meetings," at
the Masonic Hall, on Friday niehta. for the nurnose
nf becoming better acquainted with the mysteries of
tueir oruor.
Police Court. A. G. Clark, for peddling
without a license, was fined $4 and costs, by Mayor
Koloy .yesterday morning. Throe other individuals,
Mike Dunnlgan, A. Boyle and John Donohue, were
also severally Anod $2 75 for drunkenness and dis
orderly conduct.
Boats vs. Strket Railroads. A few days
since. Street Railroads were in great favor among
ourcltizent; but within a day or two their popularity
has greatly declined. The condition of tne ttreett
at present has demonstrated that it would be much
more practicable to establish a line of boats propelled
by steam. The mud In moat of our thoroughfares It
so deep that a boat drawing ten incbet would move
along with perfect ease and security.
Agricultural. The State Board of Agri
culture meets at Frankfort to-morrow.
Hogs. The arrival of hogs continues un
abated, and one or two extra tratna are running on
tbe Kentucky Central Railroad dally. Notwith
standing this fact, the demand continues to increase
and prices ait still advancing.
The Frbs South. We learn that the rumor
that the "Free South" is to be hereafter published In
this city Is erroneous. If published at all it will be
in Newport.
Attempt to Escape prom Jail. The fugi-itre-slave,
Waggoner, was yisterday discovered in the
net of preparing to tear away the bare of the south
window of the jail, which he would have accom
plished had he not, been discovered. lie had suc
ceeded in pulling ofTseveral pieces of timber ami burn
ing others, so that his escape would hare been com
paratively easy. lie will henceforth be lockod up in
one of the cells.
Vv'illuh II. Seward and the Haiu-kii's
Fkrrv At'r'AiH. The Paris correspondent of
, the New York TUicn writes on the 17th ult
from the French opaital:
Sir. Seward arrived here Ore days ago. from
his trip to Jerusalem and the Holy Land, and
is in good health and spirits. He has had
some adventures of a dramatio nature, and has
found besides not a few obstacles to travel on
the roate he has passed over. Mr. Seward
indiunantly deniet ever having tvtn heard tf the
projected intUrrcction at Harper' t Ferry, and
atinougn ne recouects naring recoived a can
trom a man known as Col. Forbes, there waeno
mention tnaae 0 tuct aa attempt at insurrection.
Col. Forbes asked him for means for another
object, which he refused, and that was all he
over savr of the individual in question. Mr.
Seward goes home in the Ario, in December.
Ucuboldt'b Religion. Bayard Taylor, in
a recent lecture in New York, upon Humboldt,
said : When Kepler discovered his great laws,
ho exclaimed, in a burst of religious emotion,
"0, Almighty God, I think thy thoughts after
thee!" Of this sort was the religious aspira
tion of Humboldt. Ami yet he had been ac
cused to impiety, called an "assassin of
souls," and it had been said that his world
was a world without a God. Because there
was nothing in botany which supported infant
baptism, no evidence in thepalteoroio rocks of
heaven, and only, imperfect hints of purga
tory in the nature of the chemical gasses,tfaey
denounced all science as atheistic. Hum
boldt rarely attended Divine service, and he
possessed an unbounded scorn for much that
is called religion. His religious nature was
perhaps too deep to find expression by such
methods. His was an exceptional nature, be
yond the needs of the mass of mankind.
Bin. Belmont Gives a Statue to New York
Park. Mr. Belmont has proposed to place at
his own expense, in the Centra) Park, in
New York, a statue, in marble or bronze, of
his distinguished father-in-law, Commodore
Perry. The Commissioners have promptly
signified their pleasure in accepting the gen
erous proposition. Paul Akers, of Maine, has
received an order for the statue.
The Latest Female Folly in Paris. The
latest novelty in France is the fashion of
ladies wearing a glass stack in their eye. In
the country they woar the same hat as the
cavalier, wear dogskin gloves, heavy paletots
with capacious pockets, and the mostfasoinat
Ing gaiters of rough leather, with ever so
many little buttons and bell-like appendages,
which is called a la muleteer.
One Man Kills Another with a File,
Charles Martin and John Matthewson Quar
reled on Saturday, while intoxioated, in the
oar-room 01 tne latter, in Cleveland, and dur
ing the fight that ensnsd, Mr. M. struok his
antagonist three times with a file, causing his
death in a few minutes. The homicide was
arrestod and lodged in jail.
Two Mer Tarred and Fsathsbeb in Ken
tucky. One Caudy and another man by the
name of Fees, charged with "Abolitionism,"
who were holding a protracted meotlng near
London, Laurel County, Ky., were tarred and
feathered last week. Their heads were shaved,
hot tar poured over them, and then feathers
were applied.
An Iiii'brtinint Enolibbman. An English
Lord, one Stanley, reoently returned from a
tear to the West. On Saturday he took the
cars from Suspension Bridge, and displayed
mob an amount of sclf-suffioienoy and impert
insnoe that he was politely taken by the neck
and reduoed to a proper amount of decency.
Deoease or a California Newspai ee. The
Sonora Herald, which was started on the 4th
of July, 1850, has died, after existing nine
years, three months and three weeks. Next
to the Alia and tbe Herald, of San Francisco,
the Sonora Herald was the oldest paper In the
1 nail Miiin 11 -ii.T'Ti"
1 1 - 1
Trouble Ahoko tbb New Kkulanb Mite
ODiSTg. A Providence (R. I.) correspondent
of the Boston Journal, writes: There has been
quite a oommotion recently in the Methodist
camp, tn consequence of the appearance ef a
reverend person named Gilbert, a professed
member of the ministry of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, who, report say 1, has besn
sowing tares among the laity, to create A pre
judice in their minds (gainst the Clergy, and
also against me cnurcn polity, -
4 UCTION 11.13. BY H. S. MILES
1m. Sales room 3.", Main-atreet. Oroeeriet, Boots,
Shots,. Ac, at Auctioii.-Ou WKDNKSDAt HEN-
111U, Ln .c ui v".. i wv iiuv.1 ' - ' v"r,
W brls. Refined Syrup. 30 bags W. Pepper, loo brls.
Cider Vinegar, 11 do. Bourbon Whisky, 10 quarter
rails Brandy, 130 boxes Virginia and Kentucky Ta-
liacco, m oris, nmoaing lonaci o, w noxoantar van
dies, 4'i do. Palm Soap, 30 do.Orinan 8uai,.1o,uar-li-r-casks
Uolland Gin, 4 do. Port Wines ; Indigo,
Nutmegs, Cloves, Bedcordt, Fancy soap, CatUle
Soap, Ac.
ALSO 1O0 rases Meu's and Boys' Kip and Calf
Boots, Shoes and Brovana, Women's ami Mis.es'
Hoots, Ac. ii. B. MILES, Auctioneer.
WILLIAMS Sale-rooms 22 and S4 Kaat Third
street. Catalogue Sale of Filty Cases of Boots and
Shoes, well amorted, for lash. THIS (Tuesday
MORNINO, December 6, at lflt o'olook, we will sell
without reserve, so casea Boon and oboes, well a.
sorted, for oasb. Tbe above have just come to hand,
aud a prime stock. The trade are invited. deft
2M. JOIINSTON.ln Bales-rooms, No.3Main-lreet,
below Tliird.-4.V packaoa and lots of fresh and
seasonable Dry Cnoda, Hosiery, Comforts, Hoods.
Ac, at Auction. Tl'BSllAY MORN INS. December
6, oommenciug at '.Mi o'clock, will lie sold, without
reserve, in catalogue form, i! packages and iota of
Iresh imported staple and limey Dry Goods, com
prising thn most desirable assortment offered Ibis
season atauction.
ALSO Larrre stock of Merchant Tailors' and
Clothlerx' goods, among which are many very desir
able goods.
ALsO-Lurge invoice of (lermantown goods, such
as Hosiery, Comforts, Hoods, Wool Jackets, fin. long
Shawls, 13-4 and 11-4 ribbon-bound Blankets, heavy
white and bine Mackinaw do., hue Undershirts and
Drawers, Buck and Woolen Cloves. Ac.
ALSO A large lot of heavy Bed Tickings, heavy
brown and bleached Muslins, Denims. Ac.
ALSO Cases or Son Hate, Plush end Cloth Caps,
Ac , Ac.
deS THOMA8 JOHNSTON, Auctioneer.
JOHNSTON, In Bales-rooms No, WMiln-street,
next Trust Co. Bank . Large stpek of prime Boots an
Shoes, Overshoes, Ac. at Auction. WEDNESDAY
MORN INC. Dec. 7, commencing at a o'clock, will
be sold, without any reserve, 22o cases prims Boot
and Shoes, among which are Mens' and Boys' heavr
Boots; extra heavy Brogaus, Men's, Boy's snd
Women's, Miaaes' and Children's Shoes, Men's
Congress Boots, Oxford Ties, large lot of Children's
Bnoes, Liauies nne uaiter nooie, ium nouts ana
Orerskoos, with cases of Hats Traveling Bags, Ac.
icj ifliinAo junnoma, Auctioneer.
WILLIAMH-Halea-rsoma Nn.. n and 24 East
Third-street. Oatalomie sale of flftv cases of FVol.
and Shoes, well assorted, for cash. On TUKSDAT
MORNING, December , at IUM o'clock, we will soil,
without reserve, 50 cases Boots and Shoes, well as
sorted, for cash. The above havejust couis to band,
and a prime stock. The Trade is Invited. da
thatther are aelllna lumber at their vard ra
r iraiHiiu-sHtfli, ucat w viuoinuati, oemiuoa ana
Dayton Railroad,
Than any other Lumber Dealers in She olty.
"Quick Sales and Small Protity
They submit the following list of prices:
Cash. 4 Mn r
Clear lamber, all thicknesses,) In, measo7 AO $40 sa
Best Common, IX and 2 Inch Plank........ 38 no 30 9T
Best " I iooh Boards 23 7 it C
Second " all tbisknesses.H .ee.fessseesei.se ISM it re
Third " Board esses teste 11 AO 11 H
Grub Flank, face measure 33 SO 16 ce
Hemlook Joist, Scantllnj and timber..., II Alt 13 Mi
Poplar " ' " " .... 12 M 14 li
First Common flooring Boards.,....,, ss 00 WW
Second " " " ............... 23 7 Mm
Third " " 18 M a) 00
First Common Weather Boardi is no IT ft
Second " " .. 00 n nn
Cedar Posts, 4 by 4, 8 feet, er hundred,.. M 00 SO no
Cedar ' rui fencing, " ' . 30 00 3S as
Locust " " ' 20 00 22.10
A forth c; rednctlon of VH percent, will be made on
bills of "ii or more.
We b oneof the largest and best selected stocks
of Lnmlier in the Cincinnati market, which we offer
for sale at the above prices.
Coal Cooking Stove,
Held at Znneavllle, October, 1639.
wmmm & 00,
Aos -H .ind 33 Vinc-1.,
(Second, door Below Columbia,)
nopcm 1
Ne. 308 Vlae-st., bet. Fifth and Sixth.
that he has established a regular depot for the
sale of all kinds of salt-water ITish, fresh from Mew
York ; also Lake Fish from Cleveland and Sandusky;
together with Clams and Oysters In the shell, Loo.
aters, Crabs, Bell (alive), and all kinds of seasonable
Came and Oan Oysters. He will furnish the above,
named articles CUKAPiB THAN ANT OTHER
PLAOB IN THE CITT. Family orders promptly
attended to and sent home free of chargs. Please
oall ens' 'save your orders. eel 4
Hartford, Connecticut,
Cupitnl, $400,000 Assets, H1,Til.
Devoted to Fire business exclusively.
H. A. OLAS8FOBD, Acenl.
uuSO-amf 33 West Third-street. Cincinnati.
Phrenological and Physiognomical
V&J ., 80RIPTIONS of Character, indlcaMnf tbe
Occupation or Profession in life in which et'.b per
son may beet succeed and be most useful and happy,
by Dr. C. BHAESA, No. 11)4 Fourth-street.
WM. r. HEWSON, ef the late firm of
Hewson A Holmes, will continue the Commis
sion, Stock and Bill Brokerage busines., at their old
office, No. 28, Basement Masonic Building, Third
street. He solicits a continuance of the business bsis.
tefore so liberally bestowed on the old Arm. n'Jf am
UAirr'CTiriij or
Wood-Working Machinery,
Career JeksOtad WateiC e.iCi"elsiaatl,0.
KW FRUIT3. New Ralains, nsw Cur-"
nv"w,,l" Prunes, Citron, Ac, just re
ceived and for sals by
Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
OYSTERS. I m ia daily receipt ef "the
best brand of Oysters oominf to this city.
Warranted fresh and fat,
jUHfl rsnuuBun. arocer.
Corner of Ninth and vlne-etreets.
FAMILY FLOUR. I have always on
. band, a supply of the beet Family riser In ths
SMrkst for family us.
. JOHN rilOOBON, Grocer.
03V ,-, Comer WlBlbSBlTaj'ntreell.

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