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"F00ND,"Ao.,ln this column, oconpyinf five lines
or less, two insrtkms,fweaty-flye cents'. )
w . iu -uwBmrj-uin wnounaerstanOS
we aomiisu Buu umiuoM nuKuai(ri preierrea to 10
about elshty all Id the country to take chars of
the education of tbreo or four children. On who 1
tompetent un tear of good situation, by ennlrina
lmmedletelrat MBS. BlftpsON'H, Ml Ftftht 'rest,
Ihlro door from Piom, ji8b
. VlfANTED Two or three Ugat-oarriage
n.V,,Ld bnT-body makers. Apply to J. B.
I,Kl.Cl.'.??cr,tt M- d M- stachange. Ho. 74
West Tlilrd-atreet. , , . jaltd
family, immediately. Liberal wum paid.
Apply at ho, let Sycamore-street, saat side, near
Blxta. jal4b
WANTED-A GIRL To do general
housework. Inquire at 04 Lawrence-street.
. ial4b
WANTED AGENTS A ran ohanoe for
business. Active and enerfetio nMO can ob.
tain a pleasant and profitable boilnoH, br calllns
oon on J. H. TE88BMOJKR k CO., No. 124 West
TblrJ-street, between Tina and Baco. Jal4b'
able Protestant girl ai honao maid or sewlns
ftlrl In a private family. Address Q.M., Fanny Press
Qfflo. t jalb
.. ,n"1?, '.rl y1,hl' to o61" iwatlon In a
' private family to do chamber work and sewing. In
noire at 126 Blxth-stroot, np a lairs. jtiab'
,7- ,n,0 Il.d w",n n himself eener.
ally useful lo a light business, whioh bawllf have
an opportunity of learning. Address J. 0., Penny
Press Office. Jalb
competent, energetio man oan hear of a per
manent situation by applying immediately at So. IS
Weat rourth-strset. room 7, np stairs.. No capital
required. JOflJibTON, Thi A 00., Pflbliahera.
. fjatab
WANTED GIRLS Two or thro good
girls to do general house work. Good refer
ence required. Gall at MRS. WAKNEB'e) Intelli
gent Office, So PI fth-etreet, between Western-row
and John jal3b
WW atook of dry gooda auitable for a country atore
to the amount of (10,UOO, for which one-third cub
and the. balance In desirable improved, productive
to'ewlll be given in payment, SAMUKI, A.
HARGKMT, No, .Apollo Bnildiug, cor. of Fifth and
Walnut atreeta. jaltc
ANTED GIRL To do general honse-
appij at Mf proaaway. jaiaDT
AN TED-GIRL To wash, Iron and
V w, wes " a steady, auitable per-
mm. No Dirt or tippler will be kept.
KKNM BUY, Proea Office.
WANTED A atook of DRY GOODS, to
the amount of 19,000 or $10,000, for which
cash mid productive real estate will be glvenT Ap
ply at this office. jalld
17"AJ!TED A young lady wishes to en
ww gage in teaching in or near Cincinnati. A
situation aa Ooverneaa in a private family, or assist
ant In a school, would be preferred. She haa bad
considerable experience as a teacher, and will giv
the best of references. Addreaa L. K. J at this
afflce- jallaw
V"ANTED-AGENTS Aotive, energetio
T l, onlnfai men as agents, to engage in a re
electable, profitable and easy business. Call at No.
at and 3D Beat Fourth-street, room 7, np stairs.
ANTED Reliable help for situations
W W of any kind can always be had at a moment'a
notice, by applying at No. 60 Bast Third-street, base
ment story, next to Adams' Xxpress office. No
eh arse to servants. deaiam
ST ANTED Gierke, book-keepers, salei
WW men, bar-keepers, portora, coopers, carpen
ters, mechanics, laborers and others, can And situa
tions at the Merchants' Olerka Beglstry Office, 138
Walnut-street. Ija9awl HALK 400.
entirely new thre-story brick houses of eight
rooms, well furnished throughout, and lota on south
side of Hathaway, near Jano-atreet, will be sold low,
Two entirely new two-atory brick houses of six
rooms, each on Mound, near (Jlark-atreet.
A three-atory brick honae of twelve rooms, on Mil-ton-atreet.
near Broadway, will be sold for 13,000.
Two entirely new throe-story brick houses of seven
rooms, each on York, near Baymiller-atreet, will be
sold as to pty 10 per cent, income on the investment,
A frame cottage house of four rooms on John- street,
between Court and Klisabeth-etreets, for $1,100;
terma made easy.
A two-Biory brick bouse of six rooms and basement,
on the north aide of Klghth-atreet, between Linn
and Beymlller. Lot 33 feet i inches, by 101 feet deep:
will be sold low.
A tltree-atory brick honae of nine rooms, hall, gas,
bath-room, Ac., on the north side of Biohmond
street, near Hound. Lot 50 bv 100 feet.
A threo-atory brick hoqse of eight rooms, and lot
23 loot front by 7 leet deep, on Hughes-street, for
13.2W; rente for (350 per year.
Two entirely new two-story brick bonsis of six
rooms and Basement- each on the south side ot
Wade-street, near Freeman, for j2,7Meaoh.
A three-story brick house of nine rooms, well fin
ished throughout, on the south aide of Loogworth
street, near Race, for ti,M0; rente for S490 per year,
A two story frame house on north side of Kighih
atreet, near John, for 52,800,
A two story brick house of seven room a, on south
sideol Heventh-;treet,nearLinn: lot 25 by 88 feet deep,
will be told for (3,300,
A two-etory frame honae of five rooma, on north
aids of Betta-atreet, pear Linn; lot 23 feet front by ii
leet deep to an alley, will be sold at a bargain.
A two-story brick house of nine rooma, on north
side of Oourt-street, near Linn; lot 23 feet front by
100 feet deep, will be sold for 84,000
A two-efry brick house of live rooms and kitchen,
on Eighth-street near Linn; lot 23 feet front by 103
feetdefp to Van Horn-street.
A two and a-ball-story brick bouse of five rooms
and kitchen, north side of George-street, near Bay
miller; lot 20 leet front by 83 feet deep, will be Bold
A three-story brick honae of nine rooms, well fin
ished throughout, on the north side of Ninth-street,
near Baymlller, lor t4,ooo.
A three-atory brick houie of nine rooms and base
ment, well nniehed throughout, on Font th -street,
near Mill; lot 23 feet front by 87 feet deep.
A two-story brick house of eight rooma, well fin
ished throughout, on north side of Blchmond-street,
near Gutter; lot afi feet front by 138 feet deep to an
alloy, with a brick stable.
A three-atory brick houie often rooms, well fin
ished throughout, on north side of Court-street,
near Mouud; let 21 feet front by 100 feet deep, will be
sold low.
ALSO A variety ofparcels of vacant city property,
some excellent bargains.
No. 2, Apollo Buildings, corner of Filth andWal-nut-atreeta.
of Martin's make : in good order ; a very good
toned instrument. Will be sold cheap at W. OA B
TElt'S House-furnishing Depot, No. 34 Bast Fifth
strrot, between Main and Sycamore. Jal4b
FOR BALE-HOUSE A two-atory frame
bouse with alx rooms, front and back yard, on
Iiongwortu-street, between Plnm aud western-row
Lot 19 by 80 to a 10 foot alley, and in a good neigh
borhood. For terms inquire at 17 Plnm-street,
between Fifth and Longworth. jal2aw
FOR SALE APPLES A lot of oholoe,
., sound, good slaed apples, not frosted, at No. 60
McFarland-street. ja!2d
FOR SALE A LEASE On the store and
dwelling attached, in a central part or tbe city.
The lease baa ten years to ran from the 1st of Jan
uary, i860. This is aa excellent business stand for
an enterprising person. For particulars, address T.
m., iiucinuan roatomoe.
Possession given imme-
FOR RENT A Terr convenient three
story Brick Dwelling, having all modern im
provementsgas and water throughout on Long-wortb-atreet,
weat or Park. Price, I4M. Apply te
(JAMPBKLL, ELLIUON CO., No. 19 Bast Third
atreet. Jallh
K10R BENT STABLE With fonr stalls
M? and good loft, on Vaohorn-atreet, In rear of
Ko.MlBigbth-street. Apply on the premises, jelib
OR RENT TWO ROOMS-Seoond story.
No. er West Sixth-street, suitable for offloea or
a small family. Jalib
FOR RENT HOUSE A genteel brick
bonse of eight rooms In Oovlngton. Apply to
O. B.Dl)ULK,on Third-street, nearBuaaelf. . ,
' rjaiabi
FOR RENT-ROOMS Rent free to tn
elderly woman who woald keep some others In
order. IMS would auit a mother and daughter, as
partial em ploTment oonld be given to the latter. Send
name and address to B. B. B Penny Press Office.
. f OST-GOLD LOOKET On Wednesday
-aval last, between the Drovers' Inn and poetofflce.
It eontalued the likeness of a lady and child. Any
Creon finding the same will be suitably rewarded
, leaving it with K8QOIBI 8BBOOK, corner of
fc Madison aud Fifth-street. jalJb
OUND-WATOH-On the 10th ioit. a
JOBK0, Thixteenth Want PoUce.
detatohed lever watch. Apply to OBOGAtt
"O0ARDING Famished and nnfurniihed
" rooms with board, for farnlles, at 177 Syoa-nore-treet,
west aide, between Fifth and With . Board
and lodging for single gentlemen. T. A. BOWK.
BOARDING Two single gentleman oan
be snpplied wllh a furnished room and board
?S??lr1L,.,SmB'1t 107 Longwortlwtreet, bs
tween Ilia and Plum. jaMHb.
fOARDING A few gentlemen oan obtain
JiJ flrsi-olass boarding at 133 Plum-street, near
r"nrtn- ).nb
Don't forget that the) Penny
Press Is the medium through which to
make known yonr wants! Advertise
ments of Are Lines and less, inserted
twice for twenty-flve cents!
Ths Adams Expgiaa. We are nnder obli
gations to Adams's Express for late Eaitern
OtKoinin Sthcst Riilioad. The Oinoin
nati Street Railroad Company yeitetday paid
Into the City Treasury, through the Mayor's
Clerk, Mr. Charles S. Betts, the sum of $872 90,
whieh it the full amount of the saplta tax due
this olty np to January 1, 1880.
MiMotoiooiOAL Obssryatiokb Por the
Airny Pro; by Henry Ware, Optician, No. 7
West Fourth-afreet, January 12:
O'00'- Barometer. Thermometer.
7 A. At..,.MMM,MMm..,MM.M,9,77 Above'sero 19
1 M .. . J.79 Above sero-SO
' m.29.70 , Above aero SO
Bot Diowrrd it tbs Oigii, A boy about
nine years of age, named John Roihelm, while
playing on the bank of the Whitewater Canal,
near John- street, fell Into the water, but before
asslataaoe could reach him he was drowned.
His body was subsequently recovered, and
taken to the residence of his parents, on John
street, near the river.
Mimso or thb Tbtotris or thi MoMicks
E8TAT. The Trustees of the MoMioken
estate held a meeting at the office of the
Mayor yesterday afternoon, and elected B.
T. Disney to the office of Clerk of the Board.
The meeting was held with closed doors, and,
therefore, we are unaware of what other busi
ness wss transacted.
Pbociidimqs or thi Coustt CoMmaaioxsEi.
At their regular session yesterday morning,
orders were, passed by the County Commis
sioners amounting in the aggregate to $1,
868 43, of which $387 60 were paid to I. A.
B. Brace, for two spring-wagons for South
western Lunatic Asylum; $818 19 to Vollu
blatt for advertising. Apart from this no
business of importance was transacted.
Fmtivii or tbs Sops or MiWi The fe-
tival of the Sons of Malta last night at the
Opera-house was quite a brilliant sffalr. The
play paised off admirably, and after that the
dance. The audienoe was not large until after
ten o'olook, but then the house rapidly filled
up, and until morn the rosy hours laughingly
glided, laden with pleaiure, into tbe memories
of those who partioipata d in the fettivities of
the oocasion.
As Amazon Biatsa Lodoib. Henry Pester
yesterday charged a woman, with whom he
had been boarding, named Frazsnslns, before
JutticeBowekamp, with assault and battery.
The woman said that Henry refnsed to pay his
bill, and to drive him out of her house she
utsd woman's only weapon save her tongue
a brootnstiok. She was fined five dollars
and oosts for this display of her Amaionlan
propensity, which she gladly paid, stating
that it was worth that sum to have the pleasure
of beating inch a man.
The residesoe of a man named Joseph Geist,
located in the upper part of the Seventeenth
Ward, was burglariously entered, night before
last, and robbed of money and valuables to
the amount of eighty-three dollars. The
sooundrels were noiseless in their operations,
and although they were compelled to foroe
open tbe door and also the drawer of the bu
reau from whioh they abstraoted the artiolet,
still they awoke not the inmates of the house
nntil the morning aroused them from sleep to
a knowledge of their loss.
Bsmrir or thi Pibs-in'i Sihkvolirt
Association. The entertainment for the
benefit of the Firemen's Benevolent Associa
tion will take plaoe at the Opera-house on
Monday, Instead of Saturday evening, as
heretofore announced. Mr. Pike has gener
ously tendered the assoeiation his magnificent
temple of muslo, and offers an entertainment
of great magnetio power. It will oonsist of
"The Tempest," The Fireman's Address, and
close with tbe . laughable faree of ' "The
Toodles." Such a bill as this, offered for
benevolent purposes, will certainly fill the
house to repletion.
to. A ruralint from the Northern part of this
State visited the eity for the first time, a few
days ago, and would not be content with his
sight-seeing until he had been initiated Into
some of the mysteries, at least, that surround
the abodes of the devotees of the eyprian
Accordingly, night before last, hs visited an
establishment of this kind on Race-street, in
company with some friends, and while there
beoame so muoh Interested in one of the in
mates that he forgot the character of the house
and became somewhat inebriated, and lost by
some means, he knows not how, a porte-mon-naie,eontaining
about fifty dollars, as nearly
as he can remember.
He discovered bis loss, and affirmed that it
had been stolen by his charmer, but as he had
no evidence to that effeot, he wisely conoluded
to leave the eity and return to his bucollo pur-i
suits, confessing that , his desire to visit the
place would not have been half so great had
he known beforehand what it wtuld have cost
Wm Count Judge Lowe ' examined
eighteen cases at the Folios Court yesterday
morning, but they were not particularly im
portant. The following are the more inter
esting eases:
A couple of men named William Barton
and Thomas Addlesly indulged their pugi
listio propensities night before last at the
oorner of Eighth-street and Western-row, and
were in the aot of beating each other soundly
whsn Officer Higgins came up and arrested
both the parties, aud confined them in the
Ninth-street Station-House. They were fined
$5 each and costs." -
A pair of females of the Penthesilean sohool
became involved in difficulty, day before
yesterday, at a bagnio on Western-row, be
tween Eighth-street and Ninth. One of them ,1
Martha Francis, was treating her opponent,
Francis TJnkle, quite roughly, when some
members of the polioe forre made their ap
pearance and took both into custody. Judge
Lowe fined the former $10 and costs, and sent
her to the County Jail for five days, and sent
tenoed the latter to the City Prison for a simi
lar term, and muloted her in a fine to the
same amount.
A fellow named Franols Wagenheim was
arrested night before last at a coffee-house on
Front-street, between Broadway and Ludlow,
and oon fined in the Hammond-street Station
house, upon a charge of carrying concealed
weapons. He was fined $1 and costs and
seat to jail for five days.
A man named Martin Miller, in company
with couple of his female relatives, day
before yesterday assaulted a German woman
and beat her quite badly. She caused them
to be emoted, and Judge Lowe fined tbe par4
tics $6 each aad eeits. , . 1
THI Nkw Wnn7-'Tt, e-.t
- -- . . UK, yvwiiw V
lAe Dial has been laid upon our table. It is a
neatly printed cotavo of twenty-two pages,
and contains the following trtlolos: A Word
to. our Readers; The Christianity of Christ;
The Word; The Sacred, Dance; Sxoalibur;
Amor Replcit Ccalum; The Catholls Chapter;
The Two Servants; The Lectures at the Mer
cantile on Statistics; My Sculptured Palace
Walls; Poetry and Critical Notices.
The present Issue has been published as a
specimen, and the editor promises that the
next appearance of TU Dial will be In a
fresher form. The number of subscribers,
however, necessary to Its support have not as
yet been obtained, and the Mends of the un
dertaking are requested to exert themselves at
onee, so that it may begin its existence with a
sufficient amount of peouniary vitality to keep
It alive, at least throogh the first year, after
whieh time it Is expected to be self-reliant.
The articles are ably written, and give am
ple evidenee of the intellect and eulture of
both the editor and contributors. The enter
prise, whloh la a great one, deserves to be
orowned with complete success, and we
earnestly hope that the support and patron
age It will receive may exeeed the highest an
ticipations of those who have it in oharge.
Thecharaoterof this new monthly maybe
found in the following paragraph taken from
the opening article:
" Tin IHal stands before yon, reader, a legiti
mation of the Spirit of the Age, which abpirss
to bs rail: free in thought, doubt, utterance,
love and knowledge. It is, in our minds, sym
bolized not so muoh by the sun-clock in the
yard, as by the floral dial of Linnssus, whloh
recorded the advancing day by the opening of
some flowers and the elosing of others : It
would report the Day of God as recorded In
the unfolding of higher life and thought, and
the closing np of eld superstitions and evils;
It would be a Dial measuring time by growth."
Boabo or Citt IiiraovBifBVTs. At the
regular semi-weekly session of the Board of
City Improvements, held yesterday morning,
the sealed proposals whieh had been offered
were opened, and the Clerk was instructed to
prepare and transmit to the City Council res
olutions authorising tbe Olty Solicitor to con
tract as follows:
With Jones k Bonte, at 61 cents per square
yard, to pave with bowlders, Clark-street from
Baymlller to Freeman.
With same, at tl cents per square yard, to
pave with bowlders, Riohmond-street from
Plnm to Western-row.
With G. A- B. Barton, at 04 cents per
square yard, to pave with bowlders, Avery
street from Wood-street to Whitewater
With Thomas Higdsn, at 80 oents per
square yard, to grade and pave with bowlders,
Margaret-street from Baymiller to Jane.
The Clerk was also instructed to advertise
for sealed proposals as follows: To re-grade
and pave with bowlders, Hopkins-street from
Linn to Freeman.
To pave tbe unpaved sidewalks on John
street, from Hopkins to Clinton.
To prepare and transmit to the City Council
an ordinance to grade and pave with bowlders,
Milton-street from Syoamore to the present
line of Young-street
The remonstrance from property holders on
Riohmond-street, between Plum and Western
row, against the improvement of said street,
was read and ordered to be filed, after whloh
the Board adjourned.
Tbs Citt ad tib Wmx. When the week
that just has left us and wandered to the Past
was born the mercury in the thermometor
indicated a pleasant temperature, which con
tinued nntil its death, witb variations that
were slight and not unpleasant. Last even
ing a shower fell and frose, making the streets
a glare of ice, but the weather generally has
been mild, and the principal thoroughfares
crowded with fashionable promenaders.
Business in the wholesale houses has been
quite active; and the hotels have been well
filled with strangers, seeking in enjoyment
the poetry of life, or finding in Its everyday
duties its wearisome prose.
Tbe different places of amusement have
been well attended during the week; lectures
have been delivered in many parts of the eity
to fashionable audiences; balls and parties
have made the nights joyous with music and
song; and in every res poo t the olty has been
unusually gay and lively.
Citt CoBroario and Sobool Foktjs The
following Is an exhibit of the apportionment
of corporation and school funds, to be collected
on tne duplicate ot 18S9
Amonnt for Corporation purposes.
,f 790,77 3
amount lor ocnooi l ona...
................ W7,844 US
Total........... ....,.....S998,2 1 01
This amount has been distributed as follows:
General Tnnd...,.........................,..,....lM,SM IB
Watch Fnnd
139,C7B 30
Work-hoaae Fund.
!7,U2 35
114,779 M
II 556 17
7,7ll 88
45,187 25
302,312 M
JOI.634 78
6,219 10
Honae of Keruge KnD(J...,..,......
Fire Department Fund......... ., ,
oii riur irtjuf I. v uuu..h.,.m..m...
;itr innrmary jfuna.
Sinklnar Fnnd.
interest Fnnd.....
Common School Fund,
aatsetPteeeie eeeeeeeaei
uoiorea school jrnnd,
Uieeeeeeieeeeee tees ee ms
fm,621 qi
Fibs Ybstbbdat MoBifivo. About three
o'clock yesterday morning a fire broke out In
a building on Western-row, between Ann and
Mason-street, occupied by Christopher Clrgiors
as a coffee-house. The fire originated In a
back room, in which the proprietor and his
family lay sleeping, and before they were
aware of it the flames had almost surrounded
their bed. The loss to the occupant will reach
$400, on whioh he has an insurance of $200,
while that to the building will not be less than
$800 fully Insured. The Fire department
was promptly on the ground, and It was
doubtless owing to its efforts that the flames
did not extend further.
Ecohaiistio. We have been requested to
publish the following note, whioh fully ex
plains Itself:
J. 0. Cole, A. Ward, X. P. Cum, Oommit-
It Gentlemen: Through you the managers of
tne uncmnau urpnan Asylum present their
greatful acknowledgement to the members of
the Franklin Fire and Hose Company No. 4,
for the sum of $97 41.
On behalf of the managers,
Jabpabt 13, 1880. TREASURER.
Chabitabib Dohatiosb. The Franklin Fire
and Hose Company, No. 4, of the old organ
isation, having on hand a surplus fund at the
time sf disbanding, have donated it as follows:
Cincinnati Orphan Asylum .........-.Jw l
German Protestant A ay In m m . 97 41
St, AlOy filtlS... I........ MMMMMMMI MWMMWW 97 41
St. Pter's..-.........- -,-.... 97 41
Boms of the Friendless..... So 00
.t14 (4
Tbb Pbibtbbs' Fbstival. The Printers'
Ball and Festival, at the Burnet Honse, in
honor of the Birth-day of Franklin, on Tues
day evening next, will be a very agreeable
affair, and largely attended by the typos and
their friends. Every preparation has been
made, and the festival wilt pass off finely.
Those who wish to enjoy a pleasant evening
should attend by all means.
. CgrAio IimBBav The following Is a list of
let s detained for non-payment of postage at
the Postofllce, in this eity, January 13:
Lorenao Dow, iq. .Philadelphia, Penn.
Heeara. Pickering A Bros., Hoary County, Ind.. .
James Johnson, kacj.. Thorn town, Ind,
Miss Belle Ward, Lebanon, 0.
ft. Graham, Vevay, Ind. ' ,
JerPatterson, No. 115 Main-street, hu
just received per steamer St. Cloud, 42,000 Ha
vana cigars, all choioe brands, iooludlog
Concha's, 1 Sol, Leviathan, Telemaco , Re
galia, de la Reine, Intolllgenola, Londres,
Guess, Ao, - . 2t
A CxRomtfATrAF Robbsbv-James Cornelius,
agent of D. A R. Brown, 251 Main-street, was
robbed at Indianapolis yesterday of $1,000 In
bank-notes, by some scoundrel who picked his
pocket at the depot -K
Facsi BiVALVie. Do not forgst that Robt.
Orr, No. 11 West Fifth-street, if dally reostv
ing Baltimore oysters, superior to any others
Imported West Q to Orr's and get a can
and Judge of their excellence.
Pixs's OrsnA-Bocas. Tag LovSCmeidaat
night puaed off admirably, and althongh we like It
net, believing it to bsKnowles'swont production, we
oontess the performance laat night wss good, and the
charactera made leaa tiresome than uua.. pi rs. Con
way elm personation of "(lonsunoe" was excel eut;
Dot bavlng no sympathy whatever with the original,
we admlrn only the execution of the urtiat, who ren
dered It quite as attractive as It posxii'iyc-uid be to us,
Tee other parts ttere well fllixi, and the play seemrd
tobecuite satisfactory so those wl.j wltuesaed it.
Ths Tkmpcst will be produced this evening, and we
heartily urse all who have not aeen it toaraiil tbm
selreeof the opportunity before It is finally with
drawn. Wood's Thiatkb. Thi Fatalist will be
presented for the last time at thia eatabliahtient to
night. The audiences throughout the week have
bean Quite large and enthusiastic The play, which
poaaseaee considerable merit, does not, however, im
prove upon acquaintance, and ths impersonation of
"St, Leon" has tne same quality. Those who have
not seen It ahonld do so this evening.
Natiobal Thbatbb. Master Alfred Stewart
will appear thla evening for the last time. Tbs en
tertainment will begin with Ths Dumb Ham or
MixcHESTii, and, alter a dance by tbe graceful
Jenny Might, close with Jack bHxppAas.
Melodbom Hall. The Buokleys drew quite
f,.l.rr .?S'??ce Blht' wnlch n wey de
lighted wllh the performance. They leave the city
after to-night, so that this will probably be the last
PPOftnlty of hearing them, and doubtless all will
avail them wives of It who are fond of negro min
strslay In its purest form.
Skit- A Nixon's Hall. This establish
ment, which Prof. Jacobs haa transformed into a
temple of enchantment, will be opened twice to-day
in the afternoon and also in the evening. His
tricka are truly wonderful, and his audience last
nlshl wai very large. All who feel an Interest in
pertormances of this kind will not fail to be pleased
should thay visit those of Prof. Jacoba.
Suit roa Bipabatb Maintibakoi. Jans
Mnllally vs. Blchard Mnllallv.-The petitioner al
leged that aha waa married forty-fnur J ears ago to
respondent: that they had nine children, and that in
Juiy laat she and her children had been expelled
from the honse of reapottdent lu consequence ot a
difflcnlty which bad arisen after her dlacovery of the
fact that he bad illicit Intercourse with another fe
male whose huaband waa absent iu California.
After bearing the evidence, Judge Collins granted
alimony in the anm of Ju per month.
Dioasis roa Divoics.-llary K Finney vs. Biley
Finney .-tiranted on the ground of extreme onielty.
David Lehr vs. Stephanie Lebr.-Oranted un the
ground of nedeot of duly.
La. is foster vs. Uaiy Foster.-Grants on the
gronnd of adultery.
Thomas Moran vs. Peter Moore. Before Judge
Jl 5S?T,r m the T1 o' horse
loaned, which died.
N. W. Thomas vs. The Bakers' Union As
sociation. Before Judge Storer and a Jury. To ro
cover the price of nfty barrels of flour sold mi the
J7th of April last, to F. W Thum. Thnmhad here
tofore been an agent for the a-soclat on, and it la
alleged that thla relation terminated on the 1.1th of
April, aid that the association waa at that time din-""T"1;-
TD? Pl'oclPol qofetlon la whether the
plaintiffs bad sufficient legal notice of tbe dissolution.
The jury up to a late hour had not agreed to a
Tha course of the Ohio is still upward, and
there are sow between eighteen and twenty feet of
water in the channel hence to Loulavllle. There
was more ice In tbe river yesterday, eapeclally In the
afternoon, than there had been for a day or two,
owlna- to n gorge bretking In the vicinity of Marietta
and Wheeling.
Boats that arrived yesterday met with ao much Ice
from Wheeling down that they had difficulty in
reaching thla port. The tributaries of the Ohio were
pouring out freely at last accounts, andthprosrct
of a muoh higher river la now go id, though to :
present stage is a fine one.
Yesterday morning was sharp and oold, but tha
weather moderated aa the day advanced, and In tha
evening rain fell and froze aa It deaoeuded, glazing
the sidewalks with ice.
The landing was animated yesterday, the wharr
being in better oonditlon then it bad been to receive
or move freight, as ths mud was frozen. The rates
for tbe different points were as follows:
Pittsburg-Cotton, 79o.: Molasses, 79c. Whisky,
Mc.i Flour, 30c.; Pork and Lard, 2o. ; Pound
Freights. 15o. per MO lbs.
Nashville Whisky, perbrl., SOo.i Ale, 40c.; Pound
Freights, us30o. per 100 lbs.
St. Louls-rJeavy Pound Freights, 25c. per 100 lbs.;
Whisky and 011,630. per brl.; Stoves, 25o.j Ale, 60c.
per brl.
Ivansvllle-Whisky and Oil, 7Jo. per brl.
talro wbleky and Oil, 76o, per brl.; Pound
Freights. 25c. per 100 lbs.
New Orleans Whisky and Oil $1; Flonr, COc.i Pork
80c.; Bacon, Butter, Cheese, Ac, Mo. per 100 lbe.;
Keg Lard, 20c.; Horses, SIO per head.
At Lonlsville the river waa rising fast on Thursdav,
wllh sight feet seven Inchea waterln the Canal in the
evening. Un the Kalla there were six feet alx inches
water, a rise of eighteen inches at the head of thn
Falls during the twenty-four boura. At Portland
the river had rlaen four feet, making an excellent
stage of water tor all navigable purposes.
STBAMBOAT bkqmtbb.
AmxivAis. Forest Qneen, Madison: Jacob 8tratar,
Louisville; TJunleith and Virginia Home, Neville;
Magnolia, Mayaville: Boston, Big Sandy; Courier,
Wheeling; Ohio No. J, Marietta.
DePABTUBta. Jacob Strarinr, Louisville: Forest
Queen, Madison; Magnolia. Mayaville; Dnnleithand
Virginia Home, Neville; Boston, Ulg Sandy; Ma
rengo, Pittsburg; Eickman, Arkansas Blver,
At a meeting of the Board of Direotors of tbe
Kentnoky State Agricultural Society, at the
Agricultural Room, in the city of Frankfort,
on Tuesday, January 10, 1860, the following
resolutions were passed :
Besolved, That all report a of committees appointed
to reconstruct a new premium list for tha year 1860,
be forwarded to the President direct for hia early
Iteeolved, That all propositions from local societies
be received by the President, for holding the next
sunual (air, nnder seal, and held overnntll the action
of the present legislature on the appropriation to
the Society.
Beaolved, That the next meeting of thia Board be
held at a time and place to be designated by the i'rea
dent at his discretion.;
Beaolved, That the thanks of this Bosrd are doe
to tbe Corresponding Secretary of the Ohio State
Board of Agriculture for a box of the reports of ljs;
and tbat the President forward the aame number of
the aecond volume of the report of the Board of Ken
tucky State Agricultural Society to the Secretary of
the Board of Agriculture as early as printed.
Beturns of the circular recently issued from
the Society, with referenoe to a reconstruction
of the premium list, and a newpro rata in the
division of the aggregate amount annually
paid in the form of premiums, were reoeived
from a number of the committeo to whom it
had been sent, whose suggestions were read with
muoh Interest by the Board. As the time of
forming the premium list for the year 1860
has been temporarily deferred, farther reports
are earnestly desired, and the committees are
requested to send them In at the earliest period
Ebmtuokt CoumzATioit SooiSTr. This So
ciety will hold Its annual meeting In the Hall
of representatives, on the 26th of this month.
The address will be delivered by Hon. tfeo.
W. Williams, of Paris, Bourbon County.
A. P. A.'s Ball. The social ball given by
the Kantuoky Lodge No. 1, American Protes
tant Association, on Thursday evening last,
was a pleasant affair. The attendance was
large, and all enjoyed themselves In a manner
perfectly delightful, not only to participants,
but to those in attendance who were not en
gaged In the giddy waits or graceful ootillon.
Citt Fibahobs. We condense the following
statement ot the condition of the oity finances
from the annual report of the Oity Treasurer
lor isop: ,
School Fund M,.M.M....M. . ,Wm.mMM$I3,o49 07
General City Fund....,...M,..- tt,832 67
SPeClal SUUdlMIMM. ,..M.,..,MM..,..M,..M.M..,MM.M 1AM9 63
Bridge Fund..-.,. ... S 933 M
. Total.-.. isiMeeeesmnisase $79,734 M
The disbursements during the same time
amounted to $76,299 83, leaving a balance of
$m 79 in tbe Xreasury. . The 'manner in
whioh they were applied, omitting minor par
ticulars, was as follows:
School Fnnd for salaries, Ae......$U,w 81
Special Fnnd......, .,. ., S,I7P 94
Bridge Kund..-..... , jjjo 40
Ilrldge Fund loaned to General Fnod ,11 10
General Fnod, Including loan from Bridge
FttOdmH mm.wuw.w.MH.,w,,. 46,A3A OS
This last was expended as follows:
Internal Improvements...
S,IM1 61
, ll,so3 7
interest on Bonds
Bnenort of Banners
S,2SS 4)
10,077 tt
Payment of Indebtedness.,
umer expenses..
The following is the amonnt of bonds out
standing, and for the payment of whloh tbe
faith of the city is pledged: . , ,
Covington and Lexington Railroad Bonda..M,t3oO,onO
Covington and Lexington Turnpike Bonds.-. 6,900
Oovlugtun and Newport Bridge Bonds..-,-.. 87,0m)
Oovlngton aad Cincinnati Bridge Bonds.-.-,. 94,0 0
- Polio Coubt. Two men were lined $1 and
HU each In the Polioe Court yesterday.
Monetary and Commercial.
Eastern Exchange, which has been so
scarce all the week, further advaaced yesterday H.
and the rates became H buying and H sealing, ex
change la close at all pilots in the North aad West;
In St. LouU s, auid iu Uuioago tH premium. Tbe
advance here is unfavorable fr the Monetary
market, as the bankers can now afford to send home
tbe notes of more remote banks than before, thus
curtailing, by keeping In transitu, a large amonnt of
Currency, which, if Exchange were low, woold be
applied to other parpoaoa. , ; ,
In Money there Is no symptoms u yet of the ease
expected and predicted lest week. Ths discount
honsse are dally applied to for thrice at much aa they
can loan, and the stringency li felt everywhere. ' '
Coin has gone ap with Kich.nge, add dealers
would not sell better than , preferring to keep lt
and truat to a still higher (Inure. .
In New Orleans Exchange, time-bills or nnonrrent
money there waa no variation from Thursday. Our
present quotations for Exchange and Oolo are as fol
lows I
H prem.
H prem.
H prem.
H prem,
4 prem,
, H prem
1 nre m.
New Tork Bight..
rmiaaeipnia "
Boston "
lialtlmore "
New Orleans "
f prem.
M orem.
American Oold,
, H prem.
Flour contlnned limited vesterdav. with rates un
changed. Whisky was steady and the demand good
ura na ana urocerles remained unaltered JHess
Pork waa In active request, and 29c. per brl. higher.
Tbe receipts of Boga continued light, and the market
underwent no change from Thurwlay,
The Imports and Kxporta ot various articles dur
ing the twenty-four hoars ending yesterday noon,
Ihpobts. Floor, 03 brls.j Whisky, LOW barrels;
Oorn, 9,91 bushels; Wheat. 178 bnabels; Oats, 1,731
. v. i . u .. , . i . ii .. w .r
i brls.j Coffee, 5S9 bags; Apples, 32S brla.: Butter, 60
Kegs; uneeae, oxes; rouioea, w oris.; fork ana
llaoon, i6ft brla ; 20,314 lba.
Expobts. Flonr, l.Mbrls.; Whisky, S,49 brls..
7orn, lot) bnshels; Wheut, l,M4 bushels; Oats, $78
bushels; Barley, 1.490 bnshels; Sugar, 120 rihds.; Mo-,
liisaea, 1e80 brla.; Coffee. 734 hags; Applea, 7Q brls.; But
ter, If 9 kegs. (Iht-eee, 770 boxie; Potatoes, 460 brla.-,
Halt, Ti brla.; Pork and llaoon, 809 hhda., 137 tierces,
l,7fio bila , 1 b xes.
Thursday's New York Times thus refen to Wednes
day last:
The rates of DIeonntnhtsideof Banks are the earns
aa yesterday, on very prime Hats of indorsed papir.
which, within aixtr days, go at 77H percent., and
longer dutee('j per cent. Borne fair single names
have been done at 9 10 percent. But tbe elassldca
l Ion, as usual In a closer market for llouay, has ba
comentricter, and the .11 fliculfy of negotiating what
ii culled second-rate bills has somewhat increased,
eruu at the advance in termit. It is not Improbabls
that the failure announced on Monday, which, we
understand, is likely to Involve quite as largs a sum
total aa first suggested, ($.',00,000,) hu affected til
market for most eingle-nume papor.
A disagreeable controversy between two houses In
the Sugar trade, has grown out of tbe transfer, or
bargalu to transfer, on a purchRBO of Sugar, on
thursdav laat, 10,000 of the paper of the failing
house referred to. As the suspension took place on
the following Saturday, ths seller of thesniar now
refuses to deliver, according to written memoran
dum, unless cash or round paper ia auhstituted.
The Exchange market la quiet to-dty, though no
conaiderable sales could be pressed without a further
deoliue iu the rates on l.o&Uen. The leading names
are now called 1(W,S4, and goon transient Bank
bills and iudorsemeuts MHWw. The rates for
Sterling are also low In New Orleans, while Bight
Uhecks on Slew York huve gone up to SUM994 per
cent. 1 , ,
Coitsaoi in Niw )Ri.iAs.-The total coinage of
the New Orleans Mint during last year was tt 906,400,
of which Sll,4i)6nly wa. (kild.
Nxw Y. ntt Ibt Goons MABKr.T.-Tio New Tork
Independent of this week hss the following: "There
is a limited business among importers, hutancb aa la
encouraging for tbo prospects of the opening season,
mile gooda are In great abuudanre, Tlu arrival has
hueu early, anil there is the usual enckoo cry of this
fact precluding any further large arrivals. Such is
not. however, at all likely to be the rase. tme
Houthern and Western buyers are In the market.
Tbe New Orleans and ft. Louis houx"S are sending
Ofdera. Foieign prints and lawns live in good and
vnrlcd supply. Brltieh dress goodaare in eood assort.
mrnt,aud are attracting atieuti u Fine irench
I .CKonets and Organdies are also selling, in do
mestic goods the greatest 'lisplay Is in prints of
which the Jobbers arc n i-ady bnylug largely.
I'rloted lnwusero alv . . log fieely. lbe foreign
ir.d domestic p.iots and lawns are i.ow fairly corn
peliuj In the market, and invltr a direful an
e irly examination Prlcesopeu stea iiy. There has
been a large export demand this weel tor our cotton
f.ibrirs. B.ith bleached and uobleatned goods com
mand a good market, at steady price . There Is lesa
activity In woolen goods, fancy u 'I plain casai
meres, alia mixtures, and doeskins, i.re In moderate
request; thecloihlng bouses bnying I'nutloualy, but
continuously. There is very little doing in deluinea.
To encourage early buyers, thero ia it disposition to
date all invoices, for present purcl ises, from the
middle of this month to the 19th of I'ebruary."
New York llmtl Mabibi Thursday, Jannary
12 Tbe l ive Stock markets hare Ken abundantly
supplied for a week past, the demand for live meats
not being large, owing to the fiee rer .lots of dievsed
carcasses of swine and other animals Ft the week
ending yesterday the total receipts .it tbe regular
sales-yards of animals destined for slaughter num
hored : 8,813 Beef Cuttle, 402 Veal Calves, 9,tU3
Sheep, 0,0o4 Hops, also W Milch Cows; total of all
kinde, 21,120, Total last week, 23,7, Weeklyaverage,
total for laxt year, 22,207. At yesterday's general
umrket Beof Uultle sold about as at the previous low
markfts. The largest fatted bullock ever brought to
tli is market waa offered yesterday, and sold Ifor $830,
live weigbt ou tbe scales, 3,462 lbs. Milch Cows aold
at the recent very low rates, with little demand.
Teal Calvea were in good demand, and all sold, but
at no advancs in price. Slieep were in fair request,
aud the pons about cleaned out at prices a shade
butter. Lire Hogs sold slowly, owing to the large
arrivals of dreasad.
FLOUR The demand continues limited, and
prices unchanged. The salea wore corniced to 600
barrels extra, at 55 K. Receipts light.
WHl.HK Y-The market is Bteaiy, and the demand
good: sales of 1,500 barrels at 20Xc, Including that
from wagon.
noGS No change in the market. The receipts ars
light, not over 1,5UI head the laat twenty-four hours.
The sales were:
100 hoad averaging 240 lbs. at 6 35
214) head averaging 225 lbs. at 60
ln hoad averaging 220 lbs. at .. 6 60
PROVISIONS A good demand fur mess fork, aud
prices 25c. per barrel higher: sales of 900 barrels at
$16 90. Lard very Arm, with sales of 700 barrels at
inc., and there were moro buyers than sellers at tbe
close at this rate, eou.ooo pounds bnlk Meals sold at
6 and Sc., to be delivered the last half of February,
indicating a deoline of Mc. 310 green Sldea aold at
7o. Nothing doue in Bacon.
GRO0KBIES A fair domulld for Sugar, with sales
of lOdhhds.ntAMOuc. Coffee unchanged. A mod
erate demaud for Molasses, with sales of 200 barrela
at 46iStc., and 250 do. in oak cooperage, at 47c.
W Uil AT The market oontinnes firm, with a good
demaud, at SI 35&1 28 lor prime whits, and 81 20
ijll 22 for prime red
(JOHN The advance of yesterday was not sus
tained, and prices declined to &59fio., in bnlk: sales
of l.UUO bushels, in bulk, at 940.; 2,000 do. at Sic, and
900 do. at 960.
OATS Tbe market la firm, with a good demand
at 4H49o., in bulk.
BY E The demand la active, with light receipts,
and prices firm at $1 06 perbuahal.
UAKLKY There is a fair demand, and prices
steady at 73(9790. for prime fall, and 6368c. for fair
tn irnod-
11 AY The market Is firm, with an active demand
at (24 per tun for prime Timothy, on arrival.
BOTTEIt The market is firm, with a fair demand
at 19o. for Central Ohio, and 17c. for Western Be
serve. Af PIiES The demand continues good, and prices
firm at last qnotatlona.
POTATOES Continues ingood demand, and prices
firm at II 7S per barrel for prime Neshanoolu, on
arrival: sales of 600 bushels mixed at 69c.
CLOVKU SELO-The demand Is good, and prices
firm at $4 69 for sacks and barrela: aales of 200 sacks
at 84 69. and ion barrels at $4 69.
ClsANBEUKlKS There iaa fair demand at $12
14 per barrel, for fair to choice, large barrels.
Nsw Yosb siaaasT, January 13-P. M.-Cotton
In moderate request and very Arm: aales of I SOU bales
at 1 lHo. for middling Uplands. Jflour irregular, and
in some cases lower; holders pressed fer money ac
cept a slight decline in oider to realize; thedemand
for export and speculation is moderate, bnt the home
trade coutiauea lo buy sparingly: salea of 11,600 brls.,
at 89 20 for suiertlne Statu; $5 29(99 40 for extra State,
closing with none to be had below $9 10, and oboic
brauda firmly held at $5 40; $5 19$j 15 for supernne
Western; $9 Siwr, 45 for common u medium extra
Western; $9 65:5 to '''r Interior to vod ehipnug
brands extra round-liou Ohio market closing with
firmer feeliug, and with no sellers at the inside quo
tation. Canadian Flonr scarce aud firmly held:
suiea of 800 barrels at $5 60(36 60 for common to
oholoe extra. Corn Ileal is firmly held at fa SO for
Jeraey, and $1 20 for Prandywine: salea of 400 brls.
at $4 19 Buckwheat Flour plenty aud dull at $1 7X
(91 perewt. Whisky scarcely ao buoyant: aales of
3 'i brls. at 25.aio., chiefly at the latter prloe.
Holder nf Wheat exhibit a littls mors desire to rea
lise, and the market scarcely ao firm: aales of 14,0X0
bushels Hllwaukle Club at $1 221 23, and other
1 is reported at lower figures, which we could not
trace. Frolght for 21,5110 bushels waa engaged to-day
for Liverpool at tA.0Si. 1 farthing, the greater part,
it la reported, for the account of Wheat holders,
live quiet atVOMc., the latterprice for prime North
Kiver. Barley is held at KkgW'O. Oorn very scarce
and a shade firmer: sales oi 4.900 bnshels at 8790o.
for new white aud ye:low. Oale selling to a moder
ate extent, at 4946)to. for State, Western and Cana
dian, Spirits Turpentius in moderate demand. Bides
firm and quiet. Tallow quiet: small sales at 10X6)
HiXo. Wool quiet, and prices generally unchanged,
with no aales reporied. There is a moderate business
In Pork, and market .easier: sales of 4,8 0 brla., at
$11 25 for old mens; 117 26 for new mess; (19 for
Western prime mess; $l17for city do.; Ill 60 for
old prime; $19 29 fur old, and (It U for new tiilu
mess. Beef dull aud drooping: sales of 160 brls , at
(4(f4 25 for oenntry prime; $93 39 for oountry
mess; (ue9 79 for re-packed mess, and $10 6011 for
extra mess. Beef Bams rule heavy: ales of 80 brla,
at $14 29MI4 90 for Western, and $12 for city. Prime
mess Beef dull and nominally unchanged. Dressed
Boga dnll at tHWKo. for Western, and -To. for city,
1it Meats In better demand: aales f 130 package.
atSHo. f.r shoulders, and 9mo for Hams; 1.W0
city cured pickled shoulders sold at 7o. Bacon dull
and unchanged, l.ard dull ar.d lower sales of 17)
barrels at loMtAIOHo. Butter In moderate request,
at !2l7o. for uhio, and 19024c. for State. Cseeas
in fair request at WftlDfo. Coffee firm and la mod.
erate demaud. 8ugar mm and quiet: sale of 1(0
hhda. Cuba at 7Mw'Hc ; ion boxes Havana on pri
vate terms, and by auction, 106 bhds. New Orleans at
73aai4o. ninety daya and four months.
PBiLipiLrHta Maskit, January 13. Flonr qalrl
and auchangd. Wheat etaadyi red at (I 34&1
white at $l 40AI 90. 'otn dull: aales of yellow si
760. Whisky dull at 2926o. .
BiLTmoai AiaaRiT, January IS. Flonr quiet:
Howard-street and Ohio held at $9 80. Wheat baoy.
ant and scarce: salesof choice white at f 1 49; prime
uo. as an s.oti eu, auu ren as pi nmi so. corn buoy.
ant: sale ol
I wmte at 734750., and yellow itimtAo.
Provisions quiet an inohanged
Whisky aula, at
eaeeeeaee 'vf
COLUMBUS, O., January 13.
H0TT8B-tm fVx)pose.--To restrict! '
the running at large in publio highways of 1
cattle, sheep, hogs and hones To repeal law
for raising the salaries of .Supreme Judges. '
To provide fir the collection of olaims against
turnpike companies. VTo require to be kept la
the Sheriff's Office in eaoh scanty a foreign
executive docket, in which shall be recorded
the time of receiving all bills. For payment
of $16,300 over-drafts last year for repairs of
Public Works, II. B. No. 46, heretofore pre
ented4 to Bne persons 1 for marrying whites
and blacks, and $50 either so intermarrying,
sss withdrawn. lo allow a iury to lndieate
ia their verdict In cases punishable with death,
that the punishment be by death or by peni
tentiary imprisonment fer life. ' '
H. B, No. 11 provides that In all civil oases
where a trial by jury shall be had in any of
the Courts of Record In thtf State, (he party
ia irhose favor a verdict may be rendered, in
cases of non-suit, the party calling said jury,
shall pay for the time said jary is detained la
the trial of said cause; the amount so to be
paid shall be fixed by the Court, on the rendi
tion of a verdiot of non suit, the Court in so
case to assess less than $6.
The bill also provides that no Court shall
require the attendance of more than one set of
standing jurors, at the same time. This bill
is amendatory te section 47 of an aot to regu
late the fees of offers in civil and eriminal
caBes, passed MartA 6, 1821.
Bill was read third time and referred to a
releot oommlttee of one, Mr. Brown, with In
structions to amend.
300 was appropriated to pay a clerk for
State Commissioner of Common Schools.
House agreed when they adjourn, it be to
Monday. . ii- ' . ..- i- ,
SENATE. -ushmss Proposed. The contin
uance of tbe geological survey. To secure the
prompt applioation of local taxes to tbe spe
cific purposes for which they were levied and
collected. Compensation of Messengers was
fixed at 1 2 per day.
Jt was proposed to have proceedings, at fi
per column solid nonpareil, in the Statttman
and Journal,
Mr, Bprague offered a resolution requiring
the Stale Auditor to report what additional
expense, if sny, was inourred In collecting the
txes under the semi-annual tax law. It was
objected, that the amount could not be ex
aotly ascertained, bnt that the cost bad been
estimated at$100,000 in the State.
Senators said It had been very expensive in
their respeotiveooatities.
a OO.-f nrnlture at Auction. Will be aold
TB IS (Saturday) MOKN1NO, Jan. 14, at V o'clock,
nt our store, No. 18 East Fourth-street, a quantity of
Furniture, consisting in part of three softs, I dotea
halt-cloth parlor chairs, aisdo. Windsor chairs, ona
do. dining-room arm-chairs, Elizabeth rockers, two
nalf canopy bedsteads, cherry bedsteads, thirteen
round and squire do., eight tables, ten waehstands,
eicht mattresses, pillows and holsters, comforts; car
p.ie, lookiug-glassss, two writing-desks, cooking
and nt fur stoves, crockery, ho.
jn)4 .. JAUOB RAFI Auctioneer.
jirutners. oi tne ceieoratea and mr-ianieo ,
Wust-end Serenading aud Quadrillo Hand J
uro now prepared to atread all calls left at 18
lianiiibal-stntet. Music for Balls. Parties
aud Sulieea at the lowest rates,
jallaw GEO. W. PBOSS, Musical Director.
TW P. V T P D O Ma
l i ai-s. uii a O-J a K7 af 'f 4.1V
Arranged for Piano, by PBOF. 8QTJIRE. With a
heautltul Lithograph of ths New Maaonio Bnllding.
Jost published ny JOHN (JHUlttJU, JB.,
u31 68 West Fourth -street.
iv thai ever. Great sacrifice of
I'iiioos , Alelodenns, Violoncellos,!
Violins, Guitars, Banjo Strings, Trlm-I
miaul, 4c., during tbe Holidays. V
yellluff at lltOner cent, less than anv
other House In this city, and nrst-class Instruments
nt I bat. Do not buy an Instrument until you have
oiled at Mo. 227 Fifth-street, second door east of
I'lnni, south side. BB1TI1NO t BBO.,
1'iano Makers, aad Dealers ia first-class Instru
ments, dejltf
JL Durable Machine oil iut. .
Call and see them. ' ";: '' ''
ja9tf 80 Weat Fourth-street.
No. 90 Fifth-Street.
S50,000 "Worth
! OF
Cloaks, Shawls and Fur,
35 Per Cent. eae than Eesteru Coet,
Previous te Takltts Stocks
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" : J. J. BUTLER'S
Excelsior fluid Inks.
Manufactory. 1 Vine 8t "u
Plaintiff, vs O. W. Adsms. Before O. jr. Ban
selmaun, a Justice of the Peace of Olnoinnati Town
ship, Hamilton Oounty, Ohio. On the SOth lay of
December, 1&, said justice Issued an order of at.
tachment in the auove action, for the sum of II 1 90,
sod garnishee process served oa the Cincinnati,
Wilmington and Zanezville Ball road Company, ana
said eaase la set for hearing, before said Justice, on
the ltth day ot February, lew, at S o'clock. M.
j Dated, Deeemher 19. 1M. ' - js-ceo
,v ;..,ii Handkerchief Extracts. '
1" .UBWS"!-TRA0T9 r-
I Mansenet Ooudray's Batreots '.-'
Blmmsl's Kxtracts :
Bsrthenl's Xxtraota :
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Baain's Kxtracts, . -, ':
Olenn'siitracte; . !
wngni a axiraota',
. A full aesortment. Ibr sale bv Y
tl, wwiiui.uu U HUB
KDtVAKO bcianlan
iu bu&hlah at tx.. Drnsslsta.
Jaloe '
N. F,. oor. Fourth and stain -stress.
tRN-KriW. where she will keen a full ansnlv
or Ladles' and Gents' Paralalias Goods, Hosiery,
aioves, ao. . JalOaw
White Wheat Flonr In the eltv can tie had at
., i ,; ... ' v. ... fuautwii'a,
Oorner Ninth and Vine-streets.
H. B. Goods delivered toanyartof ths eity ""k
iromytns and without chart.

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