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ders tends sheet ne horse eooUrooing tyring
Whom, to go oat In the coon try; permanent em-
Siurmvoisua gooa wagee oneiwa so e eooer and In
ustrlous man, with or without family." Apply to P
JJ. BROWK, Inlrd-atreat, opposite 4ne Comraercl.i
. w, DKLA.T-TWO good men who understand
vegetable gardening; married nun with small fam
ilies preferred. To the right kind of man, a good
chancels now offered, Apply at the General Intel
ligence Agency, ho. 32 Weetera-roW. i
J-bt A. D. OA EBON k CO. ;
' hii J"Im'.dd,i.e"M,ed MJSo.wl M housekeeper in a
public or private house the latter preferred? Beat
of reference given. Address A. M at tolibfflee.
TABT'ANTEri.Tri HOT WTwrfiv nriT.
Si . L fl-'."1 which tea per oent, per month
will De paid, to be ecu red by chattel mortgage.
Address J. M,, care of the olerk at the office of the
fenny Pre. jM-b ,
nTr?1?1 "WOMAM-Applf at the JUDISON
HOUSE, Covington. Ja4-b
in the country; without children: a German
preferred. None bnt an experienced farm hand
uimu sppir, inqnire at no, sot r
Plam-etreet, between
nveanaeigrit o'clock r. M
,,n,ewtng;eenooniewe)l recommended. Ad
drew "Plain Mewing," at thla offioe. ja3-b
yANTKD TW0 ROOMS Within live
W or six square from Oolumbla and Sycamore
treeta, Addreaa, stating terms, at thla offioe, W. H.
In a mall family, to go to College BUI. In1
quire at 167 and 169 West Thi rd-street. JaS-b -
MAN In aome wholeeale or retail dry gooda
or clothing house, by a man well potted in the buei-'
new and can loan bit employer about $2,000, Agenta
orhumbtUH need not auiwer. Call on or ad draw
Mr, DAVIS, 98 Broadway. jaS-b i
WANTED HELP A carriage driver,!
also a porter, can hear of good sitoatlont by
applying at the General intelligence Agency, No.
ta2 wtnern-row. j3-b A. S, CABSUN ft 00. i
Men. Women, Boys and Olrli. Thoee in'
want of reliable servants will pleuecall at ouroffloe
and get iupplled. A. D. U ARSON 00.,
J3-b No. 38a Wnteen-row.
WANTED-A H0U8E-0f two or three
roonie, within eight aqnareaof the corner of
Fourth ai d Sycamore-streets, by a good tenant, who
will par the ren t in advance or when due. Addreaa.
rnrthnuilivi .1 n u 1
V dle-ased lady, in an Aaylnm or Seminary, aa
matron or Housekeeper. Beat of referencea given
and a liberal oompenaation expected. Addreaa It,
W., Penny Preaa Grace. a2aw
WANTED Reliable help for situations
of any kind can always be had at a moment'a
notice, by applying at No. 60 East Thlrd-atreet, base
ment atory, next to Adama' Express office. Mo
charge to aenranta. deJIam
WANTED Clerks, book-keepers, sales
men, bar-keepers, porters, coopers, carpen
ters, mechanics, laborers and others, can find situa
tions at the Merchants' Olerka Registry Office, 128
Walnut-street. ja2awl BALK 4 00.
FOB RENT H0U3E Three atory fc
house, No. 217 George-ati-eet, between Smith
and Mound; contains nine rooms, with gas; aleo,
?t.,1,;I0?.nl:,,'tern "d hydrant. For terms, apply
to JOHN ZUM8TEIN, south-west corner fifth and
Walnnt, ja4-b
comfortably furnished sleeping rooma, adjoin
'W' "'able for two or more gentlemen, in a respect
able private family where no boarders are kept. Gaa
throughout. Apply at 108 Longworth street be
tweenKlm ana flam. je4-b
evening, December 31, a Vlctorine. The owner
can have it by calling at til Hain-atreet, and paying
charge. ia4.b
BOARDING Two gentlemen can obtain
a pleasant room and board in a private family,
at 162 Plnm-etreet; also, 'a few day boarders wasted,
at 13 per week. ja4-d
A 00. Sales-room No. 18 last Fourth-street.
Last and Olosing Sale of Furs. Will be sold on
THURSDAY MORNING, Januaiy ft, at 9X o'clock,
at Store No. 13 Eaat Fourth-street, a large invoice of
Ladles' an Gents' Fun, consisting or Hudson Bay,
Mink, Giroular (Japes, do. X nd H Capes, do. Vic
torines, Stone Marten H Gapes, do. Victorines and
Muffs, German and Busalan Fitch Victorines, MufTa
and Oapea; French Sable and Biver Mink Oapea,
Victorines and Muffs and Oapet; a variety of Uhild
rons Capes and Muffa of Siberian Squirrel, French
Krmln, Ac, Ac.
ALSO A large aaortment of Hudson Bay Wolf
Bobea. Ja4 JACOB QBAFF, Auctioneer.
A 00. New Exhibition-Upward of 100 Fine
(III Paintings Have been arranged for examination
iu Pike's Opera Building, and will be open to the
public THIS (Wednesday) MOKNINQ. at 10 o'clock,
and the sale by catalogue will take place THURS
DAY EVENING, January , commencing at 7
o'olock. These paintings form a part of the splendid
collection recently imported from Europe, by Mr. L.
A. Tolman, and now for the hist time exhibited
here: and for merit, beauty and value, have not been
excelled by any collection of modernpalntlngs hith
erto offered tor aale in thia city. They are all ele
gantly framed and ready for Immediate removal to
the parlor or private cabinet. Those wishing to
obtain beautiful and well-flnlshed pictures are re
spectfully Invited to attend this sale. Gallery open
liay and evening. J ACOB OR A fF, Auctioneer,
ja4 No. 18 East Fourth -street.
A OO.-Sales-rooma No. 81 Main-street
Large and peremptory aale of staple Groceries,
Tainta, Window Glass, Ac, at Auction. We will
sell on THURSDAY MORNING, January S, at nine
(.'clock: 70 boxes Virginia and Kentucky Tobacco,
:'. bags Bio Coffee, 30 mala Java Ooflee, 100 boxes
German aud Palm Soaps, 70 boxes Pearl starch, 1(0
kegs assorted Nails, 30 half-chests Green and Black
Teas, 4l mats Cassia, 178 boxes assorted Window
Glass, Ground Bpli.es, Ginger, Indigo, Nutmegs,
Saleratus, Bed-cords, llaller Rope, i'wme, Blacking,
Ac. Ac.
ALBO 49 cases Men's and Boy'a Kip and Calf
jwoia ano urogana. ja3
Auctioneer, Commission Merchant and Land
Agent, No. 11 East Third-street, between Sycamore
and Main, formerly the old Kxpress Office. The
subscriber beffa to aranalnt his frlenda and the nnh.
lie that he has opened the above store, and Is now
ready to receive consignments for aale at auction of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Furs, Jewelry, Hardware, Glaas and Grockery Ware,
Household Furniture, Ac.
Also the aale of Real Estate attended to.
Having had many years' experience in the above
buslneea in the United States and Canada, he trusts
will be a sufficient guarantee for the patronage of
the citizena of Cincinnati and Its environs.
Out-door sales of Merchandise will be attended to
at the merchants' stores, or on the levee.
Likewise, sales of Household Furniture made at
private dwellings.
Liberal advances will be made on all kinds of
goods sent In for actual aale.
de30aw I. AABON, Auctioneer.
Arranged for Piano, by PROF. SQUIBB. With a
beautiful Lithograph of the New Maaonio Bulldlnf.
Just published tf JOHN OHUBOH. JB.,
deal . - ' 6 West rourthatreet.
X'JBL than ever. Great sacrifice or
Pianos , JHelodeons , Violoncellos ,
Violins, Guitars, Banjo Strings. Trim
minffs. Ad., dnrlna the Holldava.
Bfllllnir at 1110 aer cent, leas than anv
other House in thiaoity, and It rat-class Instruments
at that. So not buy an Instrument until you have
called at Mo. 227 Fifth-street, second door aaat of
Plnm, aonth side. BBITTING k BBO.,
Piano Maksra, aad Dealers In first-class Instru
ments. deJltf
BAGS, for Grooera, Drtugists. Tea Sealer and
others, made from extra qusditr of Wrapplnf , Ua
Bills aad White Tea Paper.
100,000 No. 1 Wrapplnf and Manilla)
a,000No. 1
100,000 No. I . - . ' ,
100,000 No. 4 "
300,000 No.
B0O.0WNO. , , , -B0O.000No.10
" . -
100,000 NO. 11 "
100,000 No.14 . . ,
KinOONe.18 -
joo,tiM No. ao
100,000 No. ." ,
100,000 No. 1 White Tea Bags;
soo.ooo No. 1 .'" , .
moflooNo. I - -
The above are pat up in packages of 900 bags each.
We are manufacturing from sixty to seveaty-Bve
thousand Bags per dav
Paper Bag Manufacturers,
And Wholesale Paper Dealers,
e; : 77and7Walnnt-lrset.
Don't . forget that the Penny
Presa Is the mediant through which to
make known your wants ! Advertise
ments of five lines and less, Inserted
twice tor twenty-five cental j
JesTPenny Press to be had everv
morning at the Counting-room door.
Only one cent.
Rorrra na flir A 4.l..ki. v.
purchased, upon Immediate applloatlon at thla
offioe. - tf i
IirtTlLlATIO n-0inaa Tha
.lut.J -113 . ,. v . . .
viuosrs oi magnolia JjOdge, no. S3 of
the I. 0. 0. F., were duly Installed on Mon-
aign last, ny unaneg 0. uatts, the deputy
Grand Master for the Seventh Diatrlot. ,
MsTinanrMTfliT. Ommviiavi v.. iu.
wm ,I,VHB 4 VI UJ
Tennif irats. bv Hnnrv n nntMu W 1
West Foarth-itreet, January 3:
O'clock, Barometer. ThennometorJ
RA. MiMMM.M.M.,...MI.M...39.74
M J9.70
Above sero 19
Above aero 31
Above sero 31
fob ihi Eiisumo Yiab. The Burns' Club met
last evsnlnff at thn Rt. nharlaa I!niliu a.
Third-threat, and elected the following officers
iir ui enauiog jear: rresiaent, j onn Jenrey,
ESO.! VlGe-PrestHants. Jnsanh TnmMM mnA.
J. B. Warren; Secretary, Theodore Chamber-
uu, iioasuror, reter uiars. i
Akti-Slatibt Mimvo at Da. Coltib'
Chosoh. Quite a large oongreeation asiem-
" uigui at me r inn xapuat vauron, on
Court street, near Mound. The meeting was
AAmma-A T) T.I V, T, - 1
mu,v.nv vj ati uuaa a. xee ana xar.
Pjimh bui V.ith,itl,M n,. .1 . I. - -1 :
-"ft-' "l ..vu. uaifiuuk, , avafciupj ue uirouiu.
staoces under which they were compelled to
. . a tv. i.t , .
" uiv dwwi ul. vuiver spotte at some
length In approbation of the osnse of Mr. Fee
klirl him aiBiBVutiafasi
Wikit RfowrTB at ih Matob'b Ofhob.
During the week ending, yesterday, the license
reoeipti at the Mayor's. Offioe amounted to $36,
which was derived from the following sources:
..f 1 30
.. 4 60
18 00
Ex tress Waaons..
Exhibitions and Balls,
i 4 00
.134 00
Fbochoimob or ihi Connrr Couhibbiohbbb.
At the regular session of the County Commis
sioners, held yesterday morning, orders were
passed amounting in the aggregate to $474 16,
of whioh $225 60 were paid to the tmployei
of the South-wsstern Lunatic Asylum; $138
95 to D. MoCullom, for work on the Wlnton
Road, and $105 04 for provisions for the Liok
Bun Lunatio Asylum. No other bnsinesa of
importance was transacted.
Fatal Aooidbui A Yoono Mab Kiubd bt
day or two ago, a oouple of young men named
Q. W. and W. U. Lakin, in company with
their eousin George M. Lakin, residing near
Point Pleasant, Clermont County, went oat
hunting. Before proceeding: far they discov
ered a rabbit in their path and one of the
brothers drew up his gun and cooked it, but
the animal, just at that moment, started off.
'Without unoosking his gun he threw it on his
shoulder and the jar discharged it, the con-
tATita nfarfnf tKa flM Aj 1,1. . J !
juring him so severely that he died in a fow
hours afterward.
Kbktucet. Prom the Lexington Obtmor we
learn that a man named Henry Snyder, who,
although for some time a resident of that
place, had a wife and family in this oity, com
mitted self-destrnotion, a day or two ago, by
outting bis throat with a razor. Mr. S. is rep
resented as an unassuming, quiet man, whose
Integrity of character commanded the rasped
of all who knew him. He had attempted su
icide before by opening the arteries of his
arm, and was subsequently the subject of an
inqueit de lunatito tnquirmdo, but the jury
failed to agree, and he was therefore dis
charged. The cause of his trouble is said to
have been an imaginary pecuniary difficulty.
Eiobwat Robbery. About ten o'olook,
night before last, a man named Hoffmeiiter
was stopped by a party of men on Broadway,
near Court-street, who desired him to treat
them. He refused, however, and be was then
knooked down and robbed of $9 50 all the
money he had and left bruised, bleeding and
half unoonaeious upon the sidewalk, while the
scoundrels made their escape. With some
difficulty the injured man reaohed a house In
the neighborhood at whioh he was acquainted,
where his wounds were dressed. He after
ward went to the Bremen-street Station-house
and told the story of the robbery, bat he was
unable to deioribe the thieves, and it is, there
fore, probable they may never be discovered.
to D rath. Coroner Carey was oalled upon,
night before last, to hold an inquest upon the
body of a little girl, aged about three and a
half years, named Lena Wind, whose parents
reside on Clay-street, between Thirteenth and
Allison. It appears that upon the evening of
the death of the child, the person who had
her in ehargs left her for a abort time in the
room alone, for the purpose of visiting the
cellar foi gome wood. Hew the clothes of the
child caught fire, could not be determined,
but when the nurse returned the room was
tilled with smoke, and the girl was lying npon
the floor, having in the mean time been burnt
to death. The Coroner's Jury returned a ver-
diot In accordance with the above facts.
Fuss Tbstbbdat. About half-past three
o'clock yesterday morning, officer Havekotte
discovered a' fire in the sash factory of H.
Summerkamp, on Fifteenth-street, between
Bremen and Race.' He immediately gave the
alarm, and with the aid of the No. 9 Fire
Company the flames were soon extinguished.
The fire originated in a box into which the
ashes from the establishment had been thrown,
and this fact may probably serve aa a warning
for others. The loss will not reach $100.
About one o'olook yesterday, a frame dwelling-house
located on Seventh-street, near Main,
took fire and before the flames could be extin
guished the roof and upper portion of the
ouiiaing were aestroyea. xne jrire uepsrt
men t was on the ground with its usual nromot-
ness, and doubtless saved a large quantity of
property worn destruction, xne lost in tne
present instance will probably be less than
Pbabfpi Acoidsht. Okb Mar Iistabtl
Killid abd Abothbb Sbbioublt Woubdbd.
An accident oocurred, yesterday morning, at
the Furniture manufactory of Johnston A
Meader, en the corner of front and Smith
streets, by which one man named Joseph
Adams was instantly killed and another.
Patriok Connelly, so severely injured that his
recovery Is extremely doubtful. It appears
that the hoisting apparatus was ont of order,
and these two men placed themselves upon
the platform for the purpose of going to the
upper story of the building to repair lu When
they had reached the sixth story the machi
nery gave way, and they were precipitated to
the eellar, a distance of eighty feet.
Connelly was alive when taken up, but his
hands and feet were mangled to such an ex
tent that It Is quite possible be may lose them
eves should he recover from the other injuries
that he received by the fall. Several of his
ribs were broken, and his head and other parti
of his body quite seriously bruised. Adams
was, as we have already stated, instantly
killed, and his body was crushed in a horrible
manner. Both the injured men have families,
we believe, dependant on them for support,
which last, under the olroumstanees, adds
most to the pain all must fsel'at the rehearsal
AT lit el i
i uus BBiortoaaw anair..
Meeting of the S. A. P.—The Sentimental
School of Anti-Matrimonal
The following artiole, prepared for oar
Issue of yesterday, was unavoidably crowded
At a recent meeting of the "Sentimental
School of Anti-Matrimonial Philosophers,"
as they term themselves, a number of senti
ments were read and approved by the mem
berg, whioh were so curious that we print them
as a feature of news.
Where this"sohool" Is we do not know, but
hear that it is composed of a number of tal
ented gentlemen and elegant ladles, most of
whom are young. We are lnolined to think
them disappointed lovers or eraok-brained
theorists; for who else would ever think of
doing away with marriage? As their name
implies, they pretend to be ruled by senti
ment alone, which is barrenless enough, but
hardly what the world and nature require.
Some of the sentiments offered were as follows:
HAaaiAscTbe result of weakness and the cense
of woe. Who remains nnwedded is the greatest
hero, for be is the true philanthropist of bis race.
Bibth The source of all human misery; if no one
were born, no one wcnld suffer. We ball the period
when chlloreo shall be unknown aa the era of the
highest wisdom. ,
Plato The wisest of men. He never evinced his
ssiacltr more than by refralslng from wedlock.
Bis example merits universal Imitation.
WoaiM-We love them too well to wed them.
NATirne-Wnat it is we hardly know; bat since
what Is called so leads to misery and error, we deem
It our dotf to combat its promptings by the teachings
Thi IoatL-Though never to be realized on tbia
sphere, it alone Is the absolutely true. Who seeks to
reach it Imitates the gods.
Thi Vow or Obmbaot We honor all who make
and keep it. We deem them the most practical
Christians, because they adopt the only certain mode
of reforming the world.
B asils Aesthetically considered, they an failures,
and. socially regarded, the worst of bores, we can
not bat pity, though we can not love, such innocent
ugliness and Irresponsible wlckedneaa.
A Ohtain Bimsot roa Lova MaaatAas Had
.Oorlune married Oswald, she must have hated him,
of a poetlo necessity.
tiBw-BoiH JNTAXTI-Wewoold not be oruel; but,
U v .practiced the "golden rale," we would all turn
Herods. -
Uambds A wortbr gentleman and learned anthor,
wbom e regard aa one of us, though ha sought by
statistics what we hope to aocomplisn by philosophy.
Una Socistt Though unappreciated and mlann
deretood, reason indorses, and the severest logio sua
talne Its i prlDolples. Io advance of the age, the
future will do It justice.
Tua Q imtlbmam A term greatly misapplied. No
man can be more, and yat all the race are peers and
ever recognise each other, though from the opposing
Several letters were rsoelved from ladies,
who it seems are admissible to this singular
society, whether married or not, if they are
opposed to the connubial Institution.
bo. i.
Pbijidsht or S. 8. A. P.-I have been married two
years, and though oonsidered happy, for 1 am blessed
with youth, beauty, wealth and an affectionate and
indulgent husband, I am weary of the state. Had I
the power to be maid or wife again, I would remain
the former. So feeling, and hearing of your Society.
This Is said to be from a yonng and pretty
I never wish to have a husband, strange as It may
toiu, auu unuuiuH w kuuw SUineiUlDg Oi TOUT OT-
dor, and hearing that you admit us women, I hope to
w sjuvim mm uiiuwi,
B0. III.
I have had a score of love-affairs, and oould have
been married a dosen times If I bad chosen to do so.
Something always repelled me from wedlock, and
after reflection, I believe I never shall marry. If you
will accept me, I shall be happy to belong to your
scbool, which numbers, I hear, many accomplished
Peis'tS. S. A. P. After tan vaara of thm l.nH.rf
devotion my lover has quarreled with me and made
me miserable. I wish to become an antl-matrlmoolal
sentimentalist. Will yon take me, Philosophies?
BO. V.
Pass'T B. 8. A. P. I havs had three wives, fin. nt
them ran away and two were divorced. I am sick of
marriage, anu sees yonr leuowsnip.
Pbm't 8. B. A. P. I am afraid I can not
marriage another year. Though opposed to it, I am
alwAvs in danaer. and I think vonr acheni will
strengthen me in my resistance, I propose to become
a scholar of the S. B. A. P.'i.
A number of other letters have been handed
ui, but ws ean not print any more of thsm this
morning. Whether they were aoted npon or
not we are uninformed.
A Dbvotbd Lovbb Mistakbb ton a Swib
dlib, In our issue of yesterday, we stated
that a youth, about seventeen years of ags,
named J. A. Smith, had absoonded from Mid
dletown, in this State, with $3,500 whioh had
been entrusted to him to carry to Winchester,
Preble Conntv. bv the United States Exnress
Company, ft now appears that the money
was saieiy delivered, ana mat tne delay was
caused not by fraud, bat by the influence of
the msgnetio power of a pair of violet eyes.
On the way to his destination the young
man was compelled to pass the residenoe of a
young girl in whom he was deeply interested,
and tne temptation to visit her was irresistible.
Once within the rosv stmoachere of her narlor.
he forgot all else, save the Cupids that laughed
at him from their ambush in the dimples of
her cheeks, and the pleasures he felt when the
neotar from her lips upon his own was pressed
by the aid of her to him, at least delioious
Under this influence he tarried, until in
despair of receiving the money, his employers
sent telegrams all over the surrounding
country, stating that their messenger had ab
soonded. The rumorreaohedhim, webelieve,
before he escaped from the white imprison
ment which bad detained him bo long, and
disengaging himself from the enciroling arms
of the beauty who had io bewildered him, he
delivered the funds, explained tne eause or
his delay and was reinstated In bis former
position, his honor still unsullied bat his
weakness made palpable to all the world.
NmiBKB or Abbbbtb bt tbb Polios Fobob
Ddbiko tbb Mouth or Dbcbhbbb. Five
hundred and twenty-four arrests were made,
during the past month, by the Mayor's Police
for offenses which are given below, together
with the number arrested for each of them.
During the same period 2,081 persons were ac
commodated with lodgings at the different
station-houses 1,920 males, and 141 females.
The following is a summary of the arrests :
Disorderly Conduct.,
TlniTi ktmnfl..
Kpraivlng stolen oods.
reiiy larceny
Assault and battery.,
Carrying concealed weapons.
Vagrancy .
Threatening personal vlolnce...u..y.
Tnffltivea frominstloa
Mali clous destruction of property,
interrerring witn omcer,
Gam blio a
(in warrant..,, st s te steeeaerieMi tesieaeeeeteeeMeeeaate 1
euiog liquor on ouuuar.........MM,M
ursno mroeny. ...........
Plckina nocketa...........
Asiaultwilh Intent to kill..-.....-....... eeeaststeteees
imposing person . -.....-....-.....
Obstructing street railroad track.... ....M...I..,,.....
Obtaining money by false pretensea,...........
Obtalalug goods by false pretenses... .-..,-........
'areless urlvlng........M........t,...MHMmM.MM. 11
Pasaiug counterfeit money......,..-. ..
Adultery setteseMesesseaeeeia sMsteeeeee
Ben tins house to prostitute...-., M sags iessss see ssss
Harboring lewd woisea..n.MH.mMHM.M..s.HIMH
Total eimaaeste..aseBeMtaeeetseeeMaeesemHe4M&24
Rbcbifts aro ExPBRDrruBBB or tbb City
Dcbiso tbb Past Wbik. From the books in
the office of tne uitv Auditor we take the fol
lowing exhibit of the receipts and expendi
tures of the eity for the week ending cn Sat
urday last:
General Tund
interest Tund
Fire DepartmentiFund..
liignt runo....
DlUaing M UUU. . ii... I......H i ....
$17,934 03
S 400 OS
(,100 00
,02o 00
407 00
General Tund........ ....-..
PoUoe Court and Oity Prison ....,
11,077 V
Kii 81
fa ten Funa.---. .
Superior Ooart Vund.. ..
Sol 00
M,129 96
interest runa...-.--.....
fire Department fund
$33,1(0 S
jBsf See Bacon's advertisement of Moroan
tils College. ' '
Fin. A ire broke oat last night about
eleven e'olook, in the jewelry establishment of
Voss A Bros., on Fifth-street, between Plum
and Western-row, but was extinguished be
fore any serious damage ensued. The Are
oaught from a stove sitting near the counter.
Meeting of the Y. M. L. Association—
Annual Reports and Election of Officers.
The Young Men's Mercantile Library Asso
ciation mat yesterday and held its annual
election of officers. There was but one ticket
in the field i bnt the friends of Thomas J.
jjiggv. usq.TWerect him as a candidate for the
Presidency, and bv their efforts in his behalf
obtained for him a handsome vote. After Mr.
B. became aware ot the fact, he sent the Asso
ciation a letter stating; that his name bad been
used in this connection without his oonient,
ana absolutely declining to be a candidate.
The following is the result of the election :
For President Theodore Cook, of Barker,
Hart k Cook, 212; Thomaa J. Biggs, 179.
For Vioe-Presldent Wm. C. Vanderbilt, of
David Gibson & Co., 380.
For Corresponding Secretary, Wm. Stewart,
with Harrison A Hooper, 475.
For Recording Secretary J, J. MoDowell.
jr., at Commercial Bank, S7S.
Jfor Treasurer B. U. Hubbard, Ho. il West
Fifth-street, 370. . ,
For Directors Wm. Crichton, jr., with Say
lord, Son A Co., 383; Joseph 0. Woodruff, of
Pearson A Co., 372 ; John M. Wilson, with
Wilson, Eggleston Sc Co., 372; Wm. I. Tor
renoe, with T. 8. Dngan A Co., 875; Joseph B.
Chapman, with Wynne, Haines A Co., 372.
After the polls had been closed the retiring
President read the following
In retiring from offioe the Board of Directors
beg leave to submit the following report for
the year 1859. The results of tbe year are as
Active Memberships... 409
Honorary ' "96
Life ' 7
Honorary Ex-Officers
memberships ... 17
, 318
....... 20
Left the City,
S28I 482
Making a gain for the year of 4.1.
Up to the first of Deoember the additions
were large, inducing tbe Board to anticipate a
better result for the year than is shown In the
sequel. . 1 he experience of several years, bow
ever, shows that the olass ef members added
during tbe annual Deoember excitement fur
nishes the large majority of chronic delin
quents. The whole number of members now
belonging to the assoclatton is 327.
The circulation for the year has been 38.000
volumes. The number of volumes added, is
By purchase.
By donation,
Br binding..,
. 213
!!""!'. 293
By duplicates,
The whole number of books in the Librarv
Is 10,873 volumes. The Board baa purchased
only suon eurrent publications in tne depart
mentof fiction and biography, as was neoes
sary to austain the popular character of the
Library. In some instanoes, tbey have
bought ten to fifteen duplloates for the purpose
of gratifying the demand; and they regret
tnat tnis snouia aosoro so muon or the limited
means of tbe Association.
In this department the Board have re
marked a growing interest whioh has cansed
liberal additions to be made to the supply of
periodicals, mere are now reosiveu Vi daily
and 138 weekly newspapers, and 37 quarterly,
i in-monwiy ana on mommy magazines.
Tho financial result of the lectures delivered
daring the year is as follows I
Receipts, ...82,M 73
Dlsburaementa,....H....N...M 2,840 33
Balance - $ 40 42
In this department the additions are busts of
Hon. salmon r. unase and John P. Foote,
Bisq. a mamie Dust Belonging to tne Burns
Olub has been deposited in the rooms of the
society, xne JJoara made an effort to seonre
the collection belonging to the Ladies' Art Gal
lery of this city, out were unwilling to involve
the Association to the amount necessary to
ootaiu ic, aitnouga mat amount was not one-
.11 1,1. 1 IV . I i .
third ot its value. -
Th cost of maintaining the Christy Cabinet
nas oeen about euu.
The property of the association is insured
as follows)
Central Insurance Company...............,-.,..,.,,..,, ts.ono
'si . . - 2,S00
(Jommerolal " 6,300
Merchants' and Manufacturers' Ins. Go 2,300
national insurance company- .... ,noo
Fireman s " -... 3,000
Western " .......... a.snii
Cincinnati ' ....-.......... 3,uoo
Total....- $39,000
In an appendix the Board rejects the our-
chase of the Christy Cabinet, and says that
"a o snort nas on our part oeen lacking to rid
the association of this incubus without suffer
ing pecuniary loss," and that "the Board felt
some disappointment in tne taiiure to induce
rroiessor Christy to take tne cabinet and re
turn the bonds of the association, as promised
oy mm in jrtoruary."
The report of the Tres surer, gives the fol
lowing statement of the financial affairs of the
Balance due Treasurer of 18.18 8 87
Receipts from menibershl pa, duea, admission
fees and life membanihina A.9VA
lecture receipte.... 3,8e0
-........ 11,100
Balance cash in hand g K
The indebtedness of th Association amounts
to $1,190 17, while its resources, in unoolleoted
bills, dues and fees to date, including the
balance in 79,
The committee appointed for the purpose
aevismg a plan to inorease tne attendance on
the quarterly meetings of the Association re-
Iiorted that, in their opinion, the oause of this
ack of interest lay in the fact that no im
portant business was presented for considera
tion, and proposed the following amendments
to the Constitution, to be disoussed and aoted
upon during the ooming year:
1. Amend the Constitution so that a por
Hon of the offioers may be elected at the quar
terly meetings or any one of them instead of
all at the annual meeting.
2. Amend so that the Librarian shall be
member of the Board of Directors (after his
eleotlon by them,) aotlng and voting with
thsm. and to be ex-officio its Seoretarv.
8. Amend so as to prohibit tht Board
uireotors from making puronases or orsating
uaoimies lor matters loreign to their leglti
mate purposes of the Association unlets an
thorissd so to do at a regular or called meet'
lng of the Association.
4. Amend, admitting professional men and
meonanios to the privileges of active members,
o. Amend as above, adding the restriction
"except holding; office."
6. Amend 10 as to provide for the estab
lishing and supporting by subscription,
regular aues or a department ot toience and
art, as part and parcel of this Association,
be under the oontrol of six Directors eleoted
for that purpose, two to be elected at each
quarterly meeting and to serve for one year.
7. Add to By-laws, section 20, setting apart
two nours 01 every uay, or or certain days for
ladies to oooupy tbe reading-room.
The committee favor tbe adoption of some
of these changes, bat oppose others, and have
submitted them with the hope that profitable
discussion may be provoked, and such ehange
maae as may prove oenenoiai to toe assooib
After the result of the election had been an
nounced, Mr. Cook was oalled npon and stated
that speeches upon such occasions, he thought.
were "more honored in the breach than the
observance," and thanked the Association
cordially for the honor It had conferred npon
him. . .
. After the transaction of some other unim
portant business, the meeting adjourned,
Pbtit LiBOBBTr Matilda llerron was ar
rested last nieht and lodoed In the Ninth
street Station-house, for stealing a shawl and
pair of gloves from the offiee ot Dr. Fries,
tne ocrner ei jugnta ana vine-streets. ,
Mysterious Affair—Discovery of $8,000
Mysterious Affair—Discovery of $8,000 in Counterfeit Bank-Notes.
Last sveninrbetween eight and nine o'olock.
some man, whose name is unknown, called at
the residenoe of Mr. Williams, otf Front-street,
above last-row, ia Newport, and asked for
mr. yriiiiems, wno was not in. Mrs. Wil
liams cifne down to the door, and tbe straneer
left with her a package wrapped up in a silk
handkerchief, saying that "Mr. Biggs" would
oau lor it, ana tool nis departure.
Aa toe anair appeared mysterious, Mrs.
.'s cariosity became excited, and looking
Into the package she discovered nearly $8,000
In bank-notes $200 on the Merchant's Bank,
xiaven, a,uuu on tne Hatters' Sank,
Bethel, Conn.. $2,000 en the North-western
Bank of Virginia, and $2,000 on the Farmers'
and Drovers' Bank, Wayneeburg, Penn., .
ah tne notes, wmeu are Oiled up and ready
or use, are so well executed that thev ennM
be readily passed upon persons not accustomed
o nanaie paper money, , . ,
Mr. and Mrs. Williams regard the matter
ai Inexplicable, having no idea who left the
package or who RIggs is. Tbey think the
nan must have made a mistake in the place;
but they are very glad they are thn cause of
revenung sucn a dangerous lot of counterfeit
aper from obtaining oiroulation.
Abbivai. or tbb Abkawbab Exiles. A
party oonslsting of forty persons, all of whom
were women anu cnuaren save one, arrived in
(his city last evening from Little Book, Ark.
Thebusbands and fathers of the oomnanv are all
slaves, and of course were detained, while
ueir wives anu children being free were com
elled by the laws of tbe State to leave both
them and it. perhaps forever. Thev cams aa
f ir as Louisville on the steamboat Hickman,
liut in oonaequenee of the heaviness of the ioe
the boat remained there and the party came
iua remainuer oi tne way ny rati.
a vommutee consisting of three persons, of
which Peter H. Clark was Chairman, had been
appointed to reoeive the party and they were
conducted to the Dumas Bouse, where they
still remain. After their arrival a nieetieir
was held in the parlor of the above named es
tablishment, whioh was addressed by Mr.
Clark, who advised tbe exiles to be industrious
and tbey would find not only employment but
menus, iney staiea mat a greater number
of the free blacks of Arkansas would remove
to Kansas. The party will remain together
for a few days, during whioh time they will
dispose of themselves as tbey may be enabled
to do under the oiroumstauces.
Srbiods Charos Aoaibst a Couplb Policb-
mkw. Two women named Marv Jonnlnza
and Susan Baker, yesterday afternoon went
ooiore justice mo ail, ana caused warrants
to bo lssded lor tbe arrest of two polioemen,
John Sohlosser and Wm. Ohman. whom thev
charged with having entered the house in
wnicn they reside, on Western-row, stating
mat, tne pouoemen wunout a warrant pro
ceeded to searoh their premises for a ohatn
wuion iney saia nsa oeon stolen.
Failioe to find it. thev determined to exam
ine the persons of the females, who assert that
they were stripped of their clothing by the
men, aad otherwise shamefully abused, one
of them exhibiting; her discolored arm In
proof of her assertion. Tbe examination of
the parties will take plaoe at three o'clock
this afternoon.
Pbbbobai. Miss Alios MoClure. the vonae-
aud graceful Kentucky poetese, a number of
whose poetio contributions aotxiared in the
oity press, during her resldenoo in Newport,
is at present sojourning at the Spencer House.
Her home, we believe, is now in Warsaw.
xne nandsomo and aocomn shed wife of
Major 0. M. Metcalf, of the Spencer House,
drew at Beard's recent lottery, nue of his first
pieturei, "The Dogs and the Rat," valued at
$300. .
Commiroial Ibsubahci. Graham & Buck
ingham vs. The firemen's Inauranoe Co. Thla case
waa decided in general term-Judge Htorev deliveieJ
the opinion. The plaintiffs claim to be insured un
der a polloy held by John Bond. It Is av rred that,
in 1856, B., acting as agent for plaintiff's, aareed with
the Company to indorse on the policy that i.hey had
taken a risk on merchandise tftheamountof S12,000.
It was held there could be no recovery, as the prop
erty was not shown to be In any peroon than Bond.
Judgment affirmed.
AppROraivrioii bt RAitaOAns. The Little Miami
Railroad Company vs. Hannah f. Jones. The de
fendant in error sued as the widow of O. W. Jones
to recover dower out of property in fulton, appro
priated by the railroad under the statute. The pro
perty had been sold by Jones during coverture, and
was afterward condemned hv thn ntlrrtait. Jntiem
Storer delivered a lengthened opinion, holdiog, after
an examination of various authorities, that all parties
having an interest in the property were subject to be
divested thereof by condemnation, for the purposes
ot the railroad under the right of eminent domain
granted by tbe Legislature to the company; and ren
dered the Judgment on tbe ground that plaintiff had
uui iui. ui uuwot in tne estate.
The Grand Jury were charted bv Judee
Carter. The session of this body is likely to be a
short one, aa according to the jailer's report only
eight persona have been committed to custody for
trial since tbe laat Grand Jury.
The audiorces last night at tbe different
place of amusements were all good. To-night " Tub
Midsumvsr Mioiit'sDbeam will be repeated by the
Opera House, Pocahontak and Bui a Br.igD at
wood's, Hiss Davenport will give her eiqnisite ren
dering of "Julia," in the Hdnobbacs, at the Nation,
al, while the Mew Orleans and Metropolitan burlesque
Opera Troup will perform at Bnitb & Nixon's Ball,
A Cabb of Insanity. A female, named
Elizabeth G, Bayles, was yesterday ordered to
be taken to the Lunatic Asylum, by a jury
summoned by Judge Mooar, for the purpose
of Inquiring into her insanity. She had
been compelled to bear tbe bitter pangs of
Seounlary adversity; had been deprived by
eath of four out of five children, and was
finally deserted by an inhuman husband.
Every feature bore testimony to the depth of
the suffering that had preyed, and was still
preying, npon her shattered mind. Her nar
rative, told in a simple style, yet occasionally
interspersed with expressions that gave un
mistakeable evidence of a disordered intellect,
was truly affecting to all who heard it.
Postponed. The lecture of the Hon. Belamy
Storer, which wnn to have been delivered at
the Odd FelloW IT ill laat night, did not take
plaoe, on aocount of the difficulty in orossing
the river. It will not be delivered until
further notice.
A. 0. 6. F. At a regular meeting ot Kenton
Lodge No. 2, of the Anoient Order of Good
Fellows of this oity, the following persons
were eleoted officers for the ensuing terms A.
D. Groom, W. G.i John Christian, W. V. G.;
Samuel Pomfrey, W. Chaplin: J. B. Martin,
W. R. S.; C. P. Drew, W. Tr.t Daniel Pate,
W. fj. W.; A. Howard, W. J. W.j Joseph
Kerr, "W.B. T.j Thos. Downward, VT. J. T.
IatroBTATiON of CiBBUBBB GoiTB. The Sa
vannah (Qi.) Republican mentions tbe importa
tion of these animals lately made to Savannah,
all the way from Smyrna, aooompanied by a
native Greek. This, savs the emiftit'eon . Is
the second importation of the pare breed of
iv'asnmsre goats made to tnis country.
Labob Lbiiobs. Among the lemons raised
the present season, by a planter in George
town, S. 0., were three of mammoth dimen
sions, the largest measuring eleven and a half
inohes In olroumferenoe, and the others ten
and three-quarters and ten and one-qiarter
Stbaboi Ibitaxoi op BorSBIBO abd Ava
biob. A Ohloago paper relates a story of ex
treme destitution in that oity. A man, named
Charles Mo Manning, and his family, were
nearly starved to death, and lived most
wretchedly in a miserable hovel, with 1)1,1300,
in gold, nnder their bed.
Fibb at Blbbobib, N. T. B. Smith k Co.'i
leather tannory at Bleeoker, Fulton County,
N. V., was burned on Thursday last. Loss
about $18,000. , - '
The Ohio has been trraduallv deotmlnc
since Monday morning, and waa still reoeedins last i
r.ouiua. ineios waa not as neavy aa it Baa ueea,
sodas Mm weather had moderated so mueh.lt ear,,
thought navigation will be renewed krladay
"' lwf ferries no all ef XMterday and dwlng
a part of the evening. . 1 i
Monetary and Commercial.
Money matters, after the close holiday of
N iw Tear's, underwent no change of oonaequenee:
ysterday revealing the same features, barring a
slight decrease of the financial stringency, that char
acter iaed the close of last week.
The recelnta of Ourrencv were better mMu th.n
for several days previous, and btnkers experienced a
flight relief; but to day the demand will be extraor
dinary, and moat of the ready funds of the street
will be called forth. The payments will be heavier
than they have been for many months, but they will
Iw promptly met, doubtleaa, aa most of them wan
prepared for during the past week.
Alter to-day, the great pressure, It I thought, wilt
be over, and capital begin tn accumulate again.
Kastern Exchange was banlly so Arm yesterday as
it haa been, bnt rates were more settled; sellers pay
lug H for good checks and drawing at Ji premium.
in Gold There were few transactions, and New Or
! mis Exchange waa qnie
. Uusineea was moderately active in the banking
quarter! the prepare t lone for to-day making aome.
thing era monetary atlr.
Flour waa unchanged yesterday, and Whlaky eon
tinned dull. Groceries aeia unaltered, and Grains
a ore as last quoted, except Oats, which were In bai
lor demand aud prices tending upward. In fro.
rMona little was done, aa holders had their ioeaa
i liivated, aud many withdrew their stocks; wblle
1'ityers were not ready to give tbe figures asked. The
receipts or Hoga have been vary small this week,
and therefore rates were higher yesterday with mod
erate aalea.
The Imports and Exports ol various artiolea dur
lng the seventy-two houre ending yeeterday noon,
Imposts. Floor, 1,041 brie.; Whlaky, 9S0 barrels:
Corn, 2,180 bushels; Wheat, 1,158 bushels; Oats, s,4M
b isbels; Barley, 210 bushels; Hoga, l,312head; Pork
ud .Bacon, 320 brla. UofTea, 1,011 nags; Apples, l,
I rls ; Butter, UO kega; Oheese, M3 boxes; Potatoes.
1 ,1 brla.
KxrOBTS. Flour, 492 brla.; Whisky, l,2M brla.;
(Uts, 160 bushels; Pork and Bacon, 190 hods.; tM
tierces. S81 oris., 224 boxes; Sugar, 128 bhds.i Molaa
H'S, ai7 brla.) Coffee, 1,866 baga; Apples, 126 brls.)
1'. utter, 98 kegs; Oheese, 7o boxes; Potatoes, 100 brla.:
Bait, 1 tola. . i.
Boee at Bt. Loom. The number of Bogs packed
lu tit. Louis up to naturclay s'eulog, is estimated at
a little abort of 70,000 head, and tbe aeason baa about
closed there. Those at (12 eaob, which is a fair av
erage or the prloea paid there, reach $MO,000; and the
tui porage, salt, 4u brlnga ft up to (1,000,000. Tbe
iieiuocrat of Monday aaya: "Our packers and mer-
i hunts have also furnished tbe means to pack at
country points In Illinois, aome 300,000 head; in Iowa
probably l.M.OOO, and aa many more In Missouri; say
iimll 600,000 bead. At an average of $10 a head, thia
ii $4,00(1, 00 more; and aay is per cent, additional for
suit, cooperage, Ac, biinga it up to $4,900,000, which
with the $1 ,000,000 in St. Lonia. makes near $7,000,000
tout out to the farmers for Pork alone, by Bt. Louis."
PacxiNO at Louisviita. The packing season
round the falls has olosed. and the number killed
i his season la 282,410. against 287,069 laat year; show
I MB a decrease in this year's packing of 34,651 over
Nut ear's. Tbe season, this year, commenced aome
i. n daya or two weeka later than last and closed
tihout the same time.
Boston Boot aangfloiKABKiT Saturday, Decern
Kir 31. There haa been no obange worthy of note
iliirlng the week. A few large buyers from Ubieago
i. nil other Western cities are nore, but are making no
I nrchases with the exception of small quantities to
' sort up" with. Our msrebants are taking aocount
nl stock, and calculating the profl'aof laat year. Tbe
latter, we fear, will be an easy task with many of
I lioin. The stock of goods on hand is larger than it
Hir.uld be at this season, and there is yet bnt little
ills position to inorease It. It le expected that the
l ent season's sales will commence later than usual,
and we oounsel manufacturers to pay special atten
tion to the style and quality of their gooda, and not
make up large stocks until the demand will warrant
the production. There is a limited demand for the
New England trade.
FLOUB The market Is unchanged; sales of (0
barrels extra at ti 45(3)8, tho latter rate for extra
tain i ir
WHISKY A continued dull market, uud prices
iio. lower, closing at 21o.
HOGS The receipts slnoo Saturday did not exceed
? 000 head, so that there are but few on the market.
Prices are higher. The sales were:
80 head averaging 180 lbs. at...-..... $ to
Mi head averaging 180 lbs. at. t to
84 head averaging 190 lbs. at............ mi
87 head averaging 300 lbs. frozen at.- M 6 60
V head averaging heavy at.....,....,......... s 78
PBOVISIONS-Holders were decidedly Arm to
day, and were generally holding their stocks out of
the market. We did not perceive a corresponding
inorease in the disposition to operate, on the partot
buyers, so that there waa but little done, and the
market, though firm, waa quiet. Mess Pork oould
nut be aold at over $16 2816 80, though there waa
I, ut little to be had at these rates, holdera generally
asking $17. Bulk Meats are held at 6Mo. and 84(a
s)ic. tor Shoulders and Bides, for future delivery, but
a and 8o. are the rates offered. Lard la offered to a
moderate extent at 100. Bacon la nominal at 7fl
'.il4o'; there ia no demand. The sales were 200 barrels
mwts Pork at $17., to s delivered the nrat ten days
oi February; too do., on the spot, at $16 28; 300 brls.
Lard at loo., and 10o do., delivered at Athens, Ohio,
ut ( o. 4,000 green Ham sold at 7M7ttc
OKOCEHIES No change in the market. Sugar
at BMfrouc. Molaseos at 4G47C, and (Jotl'ee at 12
1. Not much doing,
WHEAT The market Is firm, with a good demand
itt $1 25(31 28 lor prime white, and $1 11 22 fur
prime red: sales of 200 bushels prime white at$l 28.
CO UN -The market ia firm, with a good demand
at A052c. In bulk.
OATH There la an Improved demand, and prices
are tending upward. ' ut not quotably higher: sales
of 0(10 bushels, in a, at 48c.
KYE The demand le active, and p.ices firm at II.
UAKLEY The market is dull and unchanged.
We quote prime fall at 73c., and fair to good at 63
OHBKHB The demand is active, and prices firm
at vc. for fall-made Western Ueeerve, and 9tc. for
summer-cured do.: English Dairy at lie
BUTTEU The market continues dull and price
unchanged: sales of 10 barrels Western Reserve at
IDc, 20 do. Central Ohio at H(l8c.
APPLES Tho market is firm, with a good de
mand at $1 78(d)2 78 per barrel, on arrival; small
lota of choice, large barrels, are selling at 13 28eh
;i Ml from store.
POTATOES There la a good domand, and prlcoa
tlrm at SI 60 ner barrel ibrnrime Mashanorkji. nn
UbOVKB BJSKDThs market continuea dull, and
nrirtAS aliRrlfl lower mIm nf inn hn.hAln. In .a1.
at 4 88; 200 do. at $4 60, and 30 sacks al It 68, de-
New Yobs Mabkit, January 3 P. M. Fiona
a shade firmer, with a fair inquiry: sales of 8,300
barrels, at $8 2!XtV 30 for auuerliue State; $8 tod
5 Mi for extra State; $8 25) 38 for superfine West
ern; $8 40& 88 for common to medium extra West
ern market dosing quiet and very firm. Canadian
)rlour quiet and unchanged: sale of 200 barrels e
5 8(i6 78 for common to cnoioe extra. Bye Flour
s in fair requeat at $.1 60 04 40. Wheat quiet and
very Arm, with no dealre to aell to any material ex
tent at present prices. Bye scarce, and held firm at
'iKi5c. Barley nominal at 7"87c. Corn scarce and
firmer: aalea nf 6,600 bushels, at S7900. for new,
and 98Ho. for old v How. Gate quiet at 45M47o. for
State, Western and Canadian. Whisky very quiet;
sale of 80 barrels at 36Xo. Pork quiet and nomi
nally unchanged: sales of 328 brls., at $16 13 for mess:
til 62 for prime. Beef dull and unchanged: sales of
78 brls., at 834 80 for country prime; $55 80 for
country mess; $59 80 for repacked mesa, and $11
'roll 80 for extra mew. Dressed Hogs firm at 6iir
;c. Beef Rains quiet: sales of 28 barrels, at $14 in
for Western. Prime mess Beef quiet at $17lt.
i iiit Meats quiet, and held at 63a, o, for Shoulders, anil
''ic for Hams. Bacon quiet and unchanged. Lard
is a abode better: sales of 20 barrels at loXQUrVo.
Mutter steady at ll16c. for Ohio, and 1623c. for
State. Cheese steady at 9llXc. Sales of 760 tierces
Ueef at (28 80 for India mesa. Cotton very quiet:
h tlea of (iN)balee. Wright quotes middlings at IIS
TfillMc. The shipping list of to-morrow will report.
Cotton strady; middling Orleans- at UKo.: sales for
three days of ?,000 bales. Sugar very firm and np
Ha.; Mew Orleans at 7Ho. Molasses firm. Tobacco:
Kentucky firm, and more active for fine cut.
B&ltimob Ma&kkt, January 3. Flour: sale of
Howard-street at ti 28. Wheat firm i.nt quiet:
white at $1 25(3)1 40. Corn quiet and unchanged.
Provisions steady. Whisky dull at 26J-to. - .
has on hand a choice variety of luxuries for the
approaching festive season. Something for all I La
dlea and gentlemen, large folks and little folks: such
as new Raisins, Figs, Currants, Prunes, Nut, Citron,
t'reah Peaches, Strawberries and Plue-applea, Jellies
anil Preserves, Lobsters, Salmon nua Sardiues,
Orators, fresh. Core, Spiced and Pickled, Iainglasa
ind Gelatine, Fine Brandies, Maderis, Port, Sherry,
Uatawba and Champagne Wines, Jamaica Bum,
Scotch and Irish Whlaky, Ao. Gentlemen will please
lot forgot that tbecboioeat Havana Olgars are to be
aad at National Theater Building, Syoamore-strest.
Peach Orchard, Voufeloaheay, Uttrtford
City and 8yracae Coals.
qualities of Coal from the boat in excellent
order and prompt delivery.
Dealers In Goal and Coke,
deaoarn 1 179 Eaat Front-st., near Butler.
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d24 Co raw Hlnth aud Vlae-etresta.
OYSTER'S. Lots of 'em. and of the finest
quality at FMGCWlTg.. - ;
deal Vomer Math aal Tin.

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