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WANTED A WIFEA young nu of
unexceptionable habit and character, da
sires to lorrn tbe, acquaintance of some young lady,
with a view to matrimony. Th regainment do.
aired re Dot o mooh la appearance u In aceom.
pllsbmenU, Address W. M. C., oar of Peony Prasi
Offlo. feb
ANTE D A young widow woman,
. (American,) with a small child, I years
old, (a glrUaisbesto obtain a place or horns In 4
family without children, for herself and child, to
cook, o. Apply on Wade-street, third door above
Freeman. fe9b
Vlf ANTED A respeotable young man, of
good address, to learn the ambrotyne boat
nets and make blmeeir generally useful, and who
.7r . j,utoii eniwi am 7 useiui, ana wno
object to travel, If required. Salary mall
south-west corner of Ninth and Main.
WANTFD A young man, who wu dork
in a forwarding and commission houee laat
season, wiiihee a ltnalion In a store or office In Ola.
clonal! or vicinity, where be will endeavor to make
himself useful. The beet of reference given. Ad.
dress W., Bo ,147. Cincinnati P. O. f9b
WANTED -A MAN Who understands
driving and the care of horses and to work
in garden. Mo one need anawer thia wbo can not
Slve good reference aa to capability and good habile,
ddross Lock Box 4M, PoalolHce. fa9d
m7ANTED ROOMS By a imall family,
three rooms 1 in a private bonse, unfurnished,
within a abort distance of the Poetorflce. Address!
II., Treee Office, stating terms. feb
W ANTED A GIRL-Ona that nnder-
T stands basting ladles' gaitera lor the machine
puiirmuwii , no. 101 junn-at. Ie9u
WANTED Two or throa boarders, at 191
w w Longwnrth-street, near the corner of John.
References exchanged. . fetb
WANTED ROOM By two gentlemen,
. . a well-tarnished room, with gaa, without
board. Atrtresi Box 2,279 Postoflico. ftb
bermaid 00 the river. Address H. H., tbli
omco. feJb
VITANTED Families wanting good help
if,'!,&,SaPB,,,,d on ,nort nooe. Call at Mra.
WARNER'S Employment Office, No. 308 Hfth-st.,
between Weetern-row and John. fe8b
. " , "'7 luojuiwuir uuuorsiana toe grocery
bnelnees. Addrese A. B,, this olBoe. fe8b
. " un.un a nquse ana 101 on a good atreet,
between Walnut and freeman and Fourth and
Ninth-streets, to coat net over 18,000, for which 1
will pay a part cash, part a mortgage note, bearing
10 per cent, interest, and the balance in Western
lands or the finest quality and mot eligibly situated.
Also, to trade-40 shares of Preferred Bouthern
Peolflo lUUroad Stock : I share Mound Olty
Stock i 1 lot In Oouncll BlorTa, which I wish to trade
for a good piano and a lot of good parlor furniture.
Anyone having the house and lot or the furniture
to trade will address JAMES H. PEARSON, at thla
offlw. fe7c
WANTED $4,000, for toor or Ave years,
secured by mortgage on property fn the
-u.uuu.u mn ul VlUVlUUail. UUrCBS J)OX U, UOT
Vy ANTED A widow lady, with one son,
wishes to get a email house, or three or four
rooms, where the party would be willing to take the
rent out in board. Has plenty of good furniture,
Address Mrs, GABRIEL., this offlce. fe7b
Vy ANTED Clerks, book-keepers, a&les
w v mon, bar-keepers, porters, coopers, earpen
ten, mechanics, laborers and others, can Bud sitoa
tlpna at the Merchants' Clerks Registry Office, 128
Walnut-street. (feawl HALE A CO.
- two-story Frame House, of six rooms and an
attic, on south side of Longworlh-atreet, near Uen-ttal-avenue,
for ),500.
A two-story Frame House, of six rooms, on north
aide of Mulberry-atreet, near Main-will be sold low.
A two-story Frame House, of fonr rooms, on eaat
side of Xlm-strcet, near Liberty lot 17 feet 6 inches
front by 91 feet deep-for $l,SO0.
Two entirely new three-story Brick Houaee, of
eight rooms each, well finished throughout, on south
side of Hathaway-atreet, near Jane-will De sold low.
Two entirely new two-story Brick Houses, of six
rooms each, on east side of Mound -it., near Clark.
A three-story Brick Houie, of twelve rooms, on
Mllton-et.. near Broadway will be sold for S-I.oto.
Two entirely new three-story Brick Houses, of
BBTrn rooms encn, ou lorK-sireec, near jnaysmuer
will be sold so as to pay 10 per cent. Income on the
A three-story Brick Honse, of eight rooms, and
pot 11 feet front by 87 feet, on Hughes-street, for
$:U0O-rent for $350 per year.
Two entirely new two-story Brick Houses, of six
rooms and basemont, on south aide of Wadi-streot,
near Freemen, for $2,".W each,
A two-story Frame House, of five rooms, on north
side of Eighth-street, near Joha, for $2,84 0.
A two-story Frame House on north sideofBetls
street, near Llnn-lot 25 feet front by M feet deep, to
an alley, with a brick stable-will be sold a bargain.
A two-and-a-half-story Brick House, of live rooms
aud kitchen, on north side of George-street, near
Two Frame Cottage Houses, of four rooms each,
on south side of Poplar-street, near Freeman lota
each 18 feet front by 94 deep - at $1 ,401) each.
A two -story Frame House, of six rooms, on south
side of Laurel street, near John' for 12,600
A two-storv Briok Bouse, of seven moms, nn Month
aide of Beventh-street, near Linn lot 25 feet front
or so ieei ueep wm De sola low.
ALb() A number of Honses and Lots in Newport,
Coviniton and on Walnut Hilla.
ALSO A number of vacant Lots In this city,
fuviugiuu hyu iiowpuri soma excellent neTsains.
diuttVT a uinni'un,
Mo. 3 Apollo Buildings, cor. Fifth and Walnnt.
FOR SALE A desirable Lot, 34x84 feet,
to a 13-foot' alley, south side of Longworth
street, west of Plum. It is convenient to the mar
kets, and in the most quiet and plensant part of the
city. Apply to J. H. GETZKHDANlSlCK, Eaut
Thiid-street, or on the premises. feaaw
1I10R LEASE Perpetually, with privilege
of purchase any time within fifteen rears, SO
feet front on the south side of Oliver, commencing
13! feet east of Baymiller-st.
ALSO 40 feet front on the south side of Poplar.
street, commencing 3D fet east of Baymiller-etreet.
Ho. J Apollo Boildiogs, cor. Firth and Walnut.
FOR REN T HOUSE A new and ele
gant Brick Honse of six rooms, papered, water
and gas, situated on Longworth-etreet, a few doors
west of Stone, south side. For particulars, call at
the north-west corner of Third and Meln.
fe9b K. N. BLOOUM, Agent.
IjOR RENT A Stone Home of four rooms,
. on Observaiory-sireet, Mount Adams. Tor par
ticulars, apply on the premises, or at Mo. 29 Seventh
street, of M10HABL McliONNELL. feb
FOR RENT COTTAGE Of fonr rooms
and attic, small barn, with three or fonr acres
ot rich land, suitable fir gardening purposes, lying
on a good pike, and near the city. Possession given
Match I, or sooner If desired. Apply to the sub
scriber, No. 4 Public Landing, from 9 to 10 A. M or
2to8P. M. felWl 1. OKAMB.
FOR RENT ROOMS Furnished Rooms,
either for single gentlemen or lady and gentle
ntan. Enquire at Do. OTBoadway, between Sixth
and Seventh. fe8b
BOARDING A pleasant room, on second
floor, with gas, suitable for two or three gen
tleman, can be obtained, with first-class boarding,
in a private family, at 163 Plum-street, near Fourth.
BOARDING A few more gentlemen oan
be accommodated with good board at No. 80
reari-eirvet, corner 01 iawrence. ieyn
BOARDING A gentleman and his wife
can have r. nice front room, with board, at No.
70 Laurel street. to7aw
jus Monday morning, a large Pointer
Dog, nearly white ; liver-colored on the
head and eara. and one anot on tha hack.
a little In front of the rump; had on when be left a
chain collar, locked. Any peiaen returning said
dog to No. 39 KlUabeth-streel will receive the above
reward. feb
f 0ST On the 6th, at Smith k N Iron's
-IV Hall, a stone-marten Vlctorine. The finder
will be liberally rewarded by leaving it at No. S31
Fourth.street. fe8b
DEAL ESTATE. Persons havins?
mMi arty in the West End will find a ready sale by
leaving It with tbe undersigned.
FOB RENT-Offlces, Lodging-rooms and Bofiml
fer small families. Apply to JOHN WAGGON KB,
Mo. 88 West Sixth-street. fe9b
FOR HIRE Six large -colored men, just
arrived from Lynchburg, Va., used principally
to Farmi ng, and good with an ax. Oan bo aeea a
.o. ittui rourth-atreet, Intelligence omce. Also
six colored girls. fet
FOUND A stray Hone, The owner can
Bad him at Mo. AA Mulberry-strnet, on paving
cbjr.ev , ; IMb'i JAMES O'&AftB.
THURSDAY.-.....,..- ......FKBRTJA&Y 9
It row want a servant, advertise In '
If yon want house, advertise In i
Iff yo want to sell anything, advertise In
Ir yon want to buy anything, advertise In
I faot, every want supplied by advertising In
fit" Don't forget that tbe Penny
Press Is the medium through which to
make known your wants ! ; Advertise
ments of five lines and less, inserted
twice for twenty-five cental
Baiaamg I Baioairb 1 1 Capitalists anxious
to make profitable investments, and house
keepers wishing to purchase comfortable
homes, should read 8. A. Sargent's advertise
ments in "for sale eolumn."
Now is ths Tims. J. H. Deters, Fourth
street, west of Walnut, is telling off his win
ter stock of boots and shoes at reduced prioes.
Bis stock it the largest and best assorted ever
offered our oitiiens, including tbe work of the
Arst Parisian makers. Now it the time to buy.
MiriototiOeiOAL OssaaviTioM By Henry
Ware, Optician, No. 7 West Fourth-street,
February 8:
O'clock. Barometer. Thermometer.
,' A. M..,..m........J.7 Above sero-2S
ljJ-w""- .. . ' Above tero-40
6 r. JI...HMMM. mw.,"mmm.J914 Above 13
Poucs Coot The business before the
Police Court during the past week hat been of
the meet uninteresting eharicter. Judge Lowe
examined twenty oases yesterday morning,
but thev were nrinolnalW of aneh' natllPA aa
to render them wholly unworthy of publioa-
Exigitioai.. We have been requested to
state that the child ot Thomas C. Jessop, ac
cidentally killed a day or two ago, by fall
from the second story of the rosidenoe of his
father, near the corner of Seventh and Main,
wat not the ton of Thomas 0. Jessop, resid
ing on Seventh-street, near Mound. Although
this is a matter of the eztrsmest indifference
to tbe publio, we make the statement for the
benefit of those who have been led to believe
that the two localities, which are at least half
a mile apart, are the tame. ' -v
February 8 1
0. 0. Clifton, Olney, 111.
L. B. Slnterson, Georgetown, Ky.
Messrs. Fowler k Grelr, Bmtthland, Ky.
Messrs. Reynolds, Boon A Kevnolds. Jacinto, Mils.
Benjamin P. Cissell, Morganfleld, Ky,
Thomas Blrkett, Washington, 111.
Lewie D Minersville, Ohio.
B. 0. Gibson, Pittsburg, Penn,
Lottie Klllott, Newport, Ky.
Lewis Reiner t, Bipley, Ohio,
David rey, Peoria'lll.
O. Wehle, New York Olty.
Bobert T. Dennis, LewlsDiirg, Va.
Thos. Callvllle, Evauiville, fnd.
A Stbamboat Atticbsd for Dbbt. Some
twenty-five penoni having been employed to
pat tbe steamer A. 0. Tyltr, which was re
cently raised, into tomothing like order, at
wages, as they allege, of $2 per day, com
pleted their labor yesterday, having worked
from four to six days. They applied to the
insurance offices that had engaged them, yes
terday, for their pay, and were told that thev
could get no more than one dollar per day;
which induoed the laborers to sue out an at
tachment before Justice Bell. The Tyler was
attached last evening for tbe debt, and up to
last aocouaw oaa noi osen released.
Pboosbdimob or ths County Coiimisbioiisrh,
At the regular session of ths Conntv Commis
sioners, held yesterday morning, orders were
passed amounting in tne aggregate to $z
4.07 SB, of which f 1,044 51 were paid for board
of the county inmates of the House of Refuge;
$800 for eight months' rent of the Lick Run
Lunatic Asylum; $328 48 for edibles for the
same institution, and $226 to E. M. Shield for
force and llftibg ijump and attachments for
tne Boutn-western Lunatic Asylum. Ballha
sar Miller and Larry Monnvorlng were dis
charged from the County Jail because they had
not the means wherewith to pay the fines and
costs charged against them, while Wm. Car
ney was also discharged on payment of $5.
no otner Business wss transacted.
The City Auditor last night reported to tbe
City Council the following exhibit of the re
ceipts and enpenditures of the city during the
pastweeg, ana aiso tne amount ot money re
maining m me Treasury :
General Fund fziS 30
xuiic-vuui t nuu uitr rnsuu euna 90S 11
Light Fnnd rgj oo
UcHicken fund , s,Ki 16
Binning suna..... ., -a 00
...15,332 97
11,02(1 00
, 1,085
. 1,228 50
. 4,465 52
, 12,t33
468 69
General Fend
Police Court and City Prison Fund,
superior uouri s tma,.....,
s ire Department Fund.,,
ommon Bcnool runs
Colored School Fond,..
Light Fund.
Watch Fund,
.. 650 00
.. 4,364 70
JoM $26.819 37
mere are now remaining tn tne Ulty Xreag'
ury the following turns:
general Fund , sis m 33
Watch Fund... .....: ...ll.rZ Ssil 11
Interest Fund ,,, 26i 19
Buptrior Court Fnnd.... 2,124 84
Fire pepar tment Fund...............,. 9,sm 93
Light Fund..j...-....,..........,..,.,.., MS 36
Work-house Fnnd.... ... 4,140
MoM icken Fund ...............,. 114 16
Blnsing mud...... ., 301,667 56
OommooSchool 1 Fund(BondsandcashJ...... 23 175 54
Colored School Fund ... ., . 2gg 40
..4295,177 88
ohahob. The attendance at the meeting of
tne JHscnanicB' and JUanufaoturara' Exchange
was very large yesterday morning. President
Runyan occupied the chair, and, after the
reading of the minutes of the last meeting,
the Exchange proceeded to the eleoUon of
new mora Den, with the following remit: Bar
rett MoBride, Carpenters and Builders, pro
nosed n IT. W fltanlit-.n-. V.iin-b f. r
- ' - HnjfiuV.j & WIMVK
all, Paper Manufacturers, proposed by H.
Cummiogs; MUler A Edwards, Carpenters and
Builders, proposed bv Thomas W. fandn-
Sldney Rice, Freight Agent, proposed by
iiu en a. uvani; jnacx sro., Dry UOOds
Merchants, propoied by G. W. Runyan; R.
M. Corwlne. Lawver. nronnaait hw (f w. itn..
yan. The Committee on location of the next
exntoition 01 tne united States Agricultural
ouoiriy, reporiea oacx tne resolutions pub
lished vsstardav. which warn aAnt1
Mr. Hedges offered the following, which was
Rented, That the Soeiety be Instructed to
forward oonlea of the rennrt in.f .il I.J
. -f- - - J - nv.wif v
ths officers of the Agricultural Soeiety, and
auav w tow meruunnis icnange, HorUCUl
tnral Sooletv. Manhanlea' Tnitlint. tr 11
ton County Agricultural Soeiety, and City
Ths Committee contemplated In the report
waa, va snuuun, inureaaea 10 nve, as IOI10WS:
Metsrs. Greenwood, Hedges, Pierson, Latta,
The Committee on Priee Current, submitted
pian ana reported progress.
It Is nnderstood that tha flnmniHi nn V
n.uuji..:ll . . 1
UU.HIUH iuo iiii. nuiaaaoa report iooay,
in which they propose to gather, by means of
an agent, the number of persons employed in
the different manufacturing establishments
iiuuuKimi, ium en, auu us nu mater ox es
tahllahmanta. t ,
The Committee on Banks and Banking will
report on Friday. Adjourned.
Penny Presslings.
What la tha Hlfffli-AnM flw.n a Ik.Aiml.
railway train that arrives at the appointed
uuur aus a lamoua ureeK mitanuroper una
va uas auu mo uiuer am-on.
A Mri. Tlarvtn . va.M I n An Ca-.iL
street, presented her husband recently with
ww suuurcu as a eiDgia partunuoo. Are Usy
'tha twiak a-anlara nf tha Tim-.In- l.t--
heart" to whiob Claude Melnotte so feelingly
alludes? 8
The best remedy for aoross child two
drop! of prusslo aold.
How to make one's self remembered ret
HaDOinest the imiM faluut that l.arta
men into all the marshes of misery.
A man should, since marriage is entirely
Yirnaftfn and nr. f 1 .i.l. Aa - If-
r ' .vHWWB v.u nrou, iiv
aotly as he would a partnsr la business.
A gentleman, having some business with
mflrnhant'a Alark-. waa .p.m. J ,
qnestion by "Yet sir," or "no sir," whereupon
uo foiuttraoa baa. iu oiors wai tronoMa Wlttt
sir-fit. of politenow.
mm. If VlrCinifc WifH ItalrAl Ka mnnV aka
- " " r" " waw naaww. -wr UIUU BP AAV
would subscribe for another John Brown ex
pedition, the wonld answer not a raid, (red.)
' Tha man who mirrinn twin la Imv
than Leonidas.
A fashionable woman who reasons, ma
be called an argument In elrole.
The unfnrtnnata man wha waa ran.ntlv
drawn into a machine and deaarihad In tha
newspapers as making sixty revolutions a
.I-.... .1 , J 1 , , ,
n nuuw, buuuiu, 11 us survive, emigrate to
A faroe called Matrimony was performed
ona of fin thaarAM tha ' ntha ovnln T
should have been the tragedy.'
Wh ara von. raajla. wrtian vnu Vl.a An.
mistress's epistles, in a night-mare of passion.
oevause it it tne ino-o-ous.
Unwelooma billet doux tailors' unsettled
Why might Burns have ttvled Highland
Mary at each of their interviews like honesty?
Ant. She it the beet Pol-l-oy.
Harper's Ferry Tbe latest raradox: Do
what they will, tbe Virginians can't get over
it; and yet it constantly orosset them.
New writ of hahmi corpus a marriage
Now reading- of Shelley for fathers who
hum nursery rhymes to their first-born child
ren: Host wretched men are tutored Into fathershlp
by wrong;
They learn in suffering what they teach in song.
A sentimental voune Iadv save that
beinir introduced to an lnteraatincr s-antlaman.
and being told not to fall In love with him, is
like throwing a child into the river and telling
it it must not arown.
It is ditooversd now-a-davt that Pla
tonic love is a typographical error, for whioh
read Tlutonic.
Advice of a bachelor never marrv a
woman you have kisBed, and never kiss a
woman you nave married.
A wine that belles its name Mom
Champagne. .
Ltavt cf Abtence. Leave of absence for thirty
days was allowed to Mr. Johnston, Prose
cuting Attorney or the roiice court he to
ana a substitute at his own expense.
Power to hwtigate Official Corruption. 0a
motion of Mr. Kiersted, the committee oharged
with securing amendments of charters, were
instructed to apply for authority to munioipsl
bodies to appoint committees to investigate
onarges 01 corruption against members ol
Council, with power to compel attendance of
witnesses, it necessary, by imprisonment.
Tax for Sewerage Projioted.A proposition
of Mr. Mack, to have authority granted to
assess a tax on the grand duplicate, for the
purpose 01 general sewerage and drainage in
tne city, was reierrea 10 tne committee on
that subject.
Uleatmg btreeU. The Commissioner of the
-astern District was Instructed to have tha
contractor clean the streets of that District,
or have it done at expense of the contractor.
vaange or street Kaxlroai Koufre Proooted.
A nrODOSltion to allow the Paaaan aAi ft all.
rod Company, of Cincinnati, the prlrilem of
. A 1 ,L.! 1 . r . " .
oawuuing moir tracs on mam worn fourth to
sixth, down Sixth to Hoadley, and along
iiuauioj hi meir present iraoK upon ilita
Also, a proposition to allow the Pendleton
and Fifth-street Market space street Railroad
ger Railroad Company, and anv other com'
panyjtowhom Counoil may grant the privilege,
of running upon Main-street, to eonstruot
ooablo track upon f ourth-street, from Broad
way to Main-street, and upon Main-street,
from Fourth to Fifth-street, providtd that the
company or companies, building such double
track, shall assume all legal responsibility
that may arise therefrom. Referred to Com
mittee on Roads and Canals.
Fire Alarm Telegraph Propositions With
drawn. lit. Gamewell'a request to withdraw
the proffers he had made to build a Fire Alarm
Telegraph was granted.
Municipal Thankt to a Worthy Committee.
Council passed a formal vote of thankt to the
Citizen's Committee, who so satisfactorily ac
quitted themselves in preparing for the recep
tion, and conducting the ceremonies of recep
tion of the guests lately in Cincinnati from
Kentuoky ana Tennessee.
ATeto free Railroad Route. Ths proposed
new railroad route on Main-street was con
sldored. Tbe wish of the merchants on Main
andSycamore-streetshaving been made known,
that they were opposed to occupying those
streets below the hill, the resolution was
amended, by cutting off the routes on Front,
Sycamore and Main-streets below the hill.
As amended, the resolution was adopted by
vote of 21 to 4.
The route as agreed on is as follows. From
corner of Fifth and Main east to Sycamore, up
Sycamore to Ninth, west on Ninth to Walnut
street, up Walnut to Twelfth, west on Twelfth
to Vine, up Vine to Hamilton-road, east on
Hamilton-road to Main, down Main to place
of beginning at Fifth-street.
Change of Street Railroad Route. A resolu
tion wat offered by the commitee to give per
mission to the Cincinnati Street Railroad Com
pany to ehange track on Baymlller-street
from Ninth to Maple, Maple to Freeman-street
on to Linn-street, from Ninth to York, thence
west on York to Freeman-street. The com
pany to secure right of way not under control
of city. Bonds and security to be arranged
for protection of the city. Adopted. Ad
journed. A Wohak Nbablt Eillrd bt a Rowor.
Between the hours of eleven and twelve, night
before last, a man knoeked at the door of
woman named Mary Jenks, or Jenkins, ooou
pying rooms in the second story of house
in an alley, in the rear of the Broadway
Hotel, south of Second-street, and demanded
admittance. She refused to allow him en
trance, when he fcreed open the door and at
tempted, aha says, to tteal something. She
resisted this, too, until the scoundrel obtained
a pitcher, with whioh he struok her on ths
head, cutting it severely, and than pushed her
down a stairway, bruising her very badly.
The villain escaped. . ;
Tbb Coitbxflatsd Mbthooibt Choicb.
Some time sinee we mentioned the fact that
the congregation now worshipping at Union
Chapel, having found their present edifice too
small for their use, had determined to build
larger one as soon as a suitable piece of prop-
erty could be purchased for that purpose. We
now learn that they have secured a lot
ground one hundred and twenty feet front oa
Eighth-street by one hundred and twenty-five
foot on Mound, at a cost of $21,435. Ths
building, whioh will be commenced in ths
1 spring, is intended to seat ons thousand Ave
hundred persons, and will bs coutiuoted at aa
estimated eosl of $50,000. .
Tbb IitJOaCTto ir thb Paopobid Railroad
TaacKCoaiiBOTiaii thb DspoTS.-flosea and others
vs. The Ohio and Mississippi HailroadOo , the h. U.
Railroad Co., and the city .-The depositions r.-ed be
fore Judge Hlerer were to the followlog effect!
rirsl-That Front-street was a narrow street, and
much used, especially for the transportation of cast
ings, do , requiring large aud unwieldy vehicles.
Tbat in high water It was necessarily used as a
Tbat more drays, Ac, were in use on this than on
any other street.
That the kind of rail required for ordinary railroad
ears would neceemrily be heavier than those osid for
at rest railroads, and hence an ot str uction to the com
mon vsniciesm use.
Tbat the amount of freight to be transported would
soon require use by day aa well as by night. Among
the depositions read on the latter point was one of
Dr. Lord. President of the Indianapolis Boad, and
11 r. (Jhoek, freight Agent of ths same.
unuiepartor tne attendants, the evldonre sub
mitted was to the Dureort that tha rail wuiMntAr
Veering grooved rail, not of itsulf making more ob
struction than ordinary bowlder pavement. Ths
depositions of Br. Kilgour, Superintendent of th
construction, and of Mr. Lovelt, engineer, were read
vu mil puiufc.
The reeolullon ef the Council to the effrct tbat the
use was exnresslr limited to niaht for fmlulit.
also presented.
Also, depositions of Messrs. Kinney, Woodward
sad others, that all freight could be transported now
on average of three hours of the night, and always
uvivauer uuuug lueuigut,
Judse itatthewa. on behalf of tha motion tn an.
join, and Mr. .Mitchell resisting It, addressed ths
Court at great length.
1D9 motion is now under advisement;
R. M. Corwina made tha nnnMnilina ante.
meat in toe Unitarian (Jhurch case. .
Ibstitotb. The commencement ezeroises of
theEolectio Medloal Institute, held last even
ing at the College Hall, oorner of Plum and
Court-streets, were well attended and of an in
teresting character. Theprogrammeconsitted
of prayer by Rev. S. L. Yourtee. Reading of
ths report of the winter session by R. S. Newton,
Treasurer; conferring of degrees by the Presi
dent, N. Headington; address by the vice
President, W. L. Uurlbut, and a benediotion
Mentor's Band enlivening the ezerciset by
number of favorite airs.
At the olese of the session there were one
hundred and fifty-three matrioulants, forty
four regular, and four honorary graduates.
The names of the graduates were as follows:
M. A. Araholt, jr., Illinois; J. P. Backesto,
Missouri; D. S. Brock, Tennessee; II. D.
Cobb, Michigan; W. H. Castle, Ohio; A. M.
Cllngman, Arkansas; A. F. Cory, Indiana; I.
Dsver, Ohio; R. P. Eddy, Rhode Island; D.
Ewing, Indiana; M. Faloon, Indiana; J.
Gatkins, Ohio; t. S. Garner, Michigan; G.
Hays, Indiana; J. R. Haynes, Kentuoky; J.
A. Eenahall, Ohio; R. Jones, Mississippi; F.
M. Klrkham, Iowa; A. Kelley, Tennessee; J.
S. Mastenoo, Illinois; A. McEinney, Ohio;
J. W. Murphy, Indiana; J. Moorman, Ohio;
J. W. Pruttt, Arkansas; M. Pettiner, Ohio;
A. Prltchard, Kentucky; C. Rigg, Kentuoky;
J. P. Reiohard, Maryland; E. E. Spencer,
Massachusetts; C. M. Stewart, Tennessee; E.
Stevenson, Tennessee; C. B. V, Spiegel, Ten
nessee; J. B. Shults, Indiana; L. W. Smith,
Illinois; A. R. Sawyer, Illinois; O. P. Smith,
Ohio; O. W. Seay, Kentucky; J. H. Tanker
slsy, Mississippi; J. If. Thompson, Iowa; R.
A. Walford, Indiana; K. M. 'Vinton, Illinois;
H. P. "Whitford, New York; H. B. White,
Pennsylvania; W. . Wilbur, IUinoit.
a , .
Recently a merchant on Fifth-street married
a woman to whom he had been engaged
twenty-five years before. At that time she
was a girl of eighteen, and he a youth of
twenty-two, and as they imagined themselves
very fond of each other they would have been
married at an early day had they not indulged
In the luxury of a lover't quarrel, whioh had the
effect to "break off" their engagement.
The lady subsequently went South and mar
ried a cotton-factor, and after living with him
two years became a widow. The merchant
had himself been married In the mean time,
and losing, his first spouse, married a ceoond
in Missouri.
After ten years more of connubial experi
ence he returned to this city, where ho once
more lost bis Consort.
At this junoture our marrying hero, on a
journey through Kentucky and Tennessee,
met his early charmer, and they had a long
conversation Upon the dear departed days.
They separated, but the widow again made
Cincinnati her home, and the two renewed
their intimacy, which at the end of four years
a long oouitsnip tor a second one were made
man and wife. Singular to say, they had had
no cnuaron, ana seemed to commence matri
monifll life for the first time. Perhans after
all, Their experience will be productive of
mutual neneut, ana they will not regret tney
were married a quarter ol a century before,
A Woman Stbalino a Hobsr ako Bdcov.
Yesterday afternoon Sr. Freeman left his
horse and buggy standing in front of Dr.
Livingston's office, No. 282 West Sixth-street,
and, returning a few miuutes after, discovered
it had been stolen. Ooine in search of the
vehiole, the M. D. discovered a woman in it,
driving eozily along. He ordered her to
all-frit, but she would not. and. when be at
tempted to get In with her. she fought like a
tigress; but be finally overcame her, and drove
her to the Ninth-street Police-station. She
gave her name as Sarah Hall, and was com
mitted to the cells for examination this
A Ssbbnidsabd its 8SQBBN0S. The orohes
tiaof the Opera-house serenaded Samuel N.
Pike, Sin., last night at hit elegant mansion
on Fourth-street, and after performing several
beautiful airs, were "invited in," and enter
tained in that gentleman's usual princely
style. The occasion wst a very pleasant one.
Sub or Bank Stock. One hundred shares
of Bank of Kentuoky stock told at $119 per
snare, in rnuaaeipnia, on Tuesday lest.
Lectors. ReV. 0. W. Smilev lsotares at
Odd Fellows' Hall to-night, on the aubjeot of
ids mammotn uavo.
' Appoirtbbrt btthbOovbbbob. Hon. Jno.
F. Fisk, of thit county, has been appointed
aid to Governor Magoffin, with the rank of
Lbxibotor Nsws. The nrlvata watchman
of the Phoenix Hotel, in Lexington, was shot
in ths left arm, by some unknown person,
night before last. Two farms in that vioinlty
have been fired by Incendiaries within a few
Suit fob Damagbb. We understand that
the widow of Morris Lane, the man who was
killed on the railroad traok a few nights since,
contemplates commencing a snit against tbe
rairroau sompany for damages, and has em
ployed counsel for that purpose.
Stiahboat Bbllb Cbbolb. W. J. Rusk,
Eiqe, of thlt city, having purchased the re
mains of the Belie CreoU, burnt while in the
lower trade some time tlnoe, has rebuilt it en
tirely, and intends running it hereafter at
regular pscxet to fiasnviiie. it will be com-
manded by Captain J. A. Frailer.
Watbb Wobkb. The committee appointed
for the purpose drew up a charter for a com
pany to eonstruot water worka in this oity,
and submitted it to ths meeting last night.
is was reoommenaea to tne legislature tor tne
sanction ot mat ooay. At proposes to estab
llsh a company with a oapltal stookof $150.-
000, with the privilege of Increasing the same
duv,vuv u necessary.
Fibb i Jaiibstown. Ths dwelling-house
of Phineas Bailiff, of Jamestown, was burnt
to the ground night before last, causing a loss
of about $900. partly oovered by insurance.
The origin of the fire is unknown.
Dbmocbatio Mbbtibo. The Democratic
City Executive Committee will hold meeting
at Orossmith's Hall, oorner of York and Jefferson-streets,
to-night at seven o'olook, to
cancers measures for tne approaching muni
cipal election.
Mavob's Coobt. A Hibernian named Pat
Sherman waa fined $J and costs yesterday
vj we mayor, tor oisorueriy eenauot.
Pikb'b Opbba-bouss Another large and
cultivated audience attended the Opera-house last
a.ooiDn vi wimem inai inconsistent anu unenrer
talniug play ot Iauoute, with Julia Dean aa the
"Greek maldon Mha lnnbH th. rh.r.rtr ml
often gave ua some delicious hits of natural acting;
j)ui, u a wnoie, ner personation was not at all wnat
i naa oeen. mis evening, ranny HeruOle s licit s
VVaoaa will be presented, ihe fair Julia persoualtng
"GattrnllA Ha KmIIa 1.1 " Hnm.Hir...n.h.r.n.
dered the part finely, and doubtless she will draw a
good house this evening.
Wood's Thbatbb Tbb Doom or Dbvillb.
which will be presented agalnat Wood's thlsevenlog,
Is well put upon Ibe stage, and effectively rendered.
uA'auraouone lor many aumirera of tne "sensa
tional ' AftltOnl. Anil nilirhl ,n liana a rn .n 1.
THS VlHaiKNY MnilUY. .nr. l.noh.Wn far-a . III'
close the perrorninnce.
National Thbatbb. Lnov Escott and Ml.
randa are still singing at the National, but to rather
siuull audiences. Tbey appear thia evening In Lu
chetia Boruia, Lucyas the "Duchess" and Miranda
aa "Genarro." A new drama, said to be beautiful.
will close the entertainments of the evening.
Smith & Nixon's Ham,. The fine panorama
of the Mirror of Italy la drawing large audienclea,
and will continue to do so donbtloss aa long aa It re
mains. Host of the scenes depicted are excellently
done, and the entire paiutiug ia one of the best ever
exhibited In Ihe city.
Bot Dbowbbd. About eight o'clock last
evening Jonathan Wibbell, a lad of fourteen,
wniie stepping from a coal-boat lying In the
river above Pike-street, fell into -the water and
was drowned. An effort was made to tave
him by several persons in the vicinity, but ss
no passed unaer tne boat ne oould not be
reached. The body bed not been recovered
up to a late hour last night.
The River underwent no particular change
yesterday, and wu nearly stationary up to noon,
wnru it vegan 10 aeciioo again very graouaDy. iue
woather waa mild and very pleasant for the season,
and tbegenialsun reminded one of spring more than
lluslncM at the Landing was only tolerably brlik,
but rates of freights were firm at our previous Quo
tations. Pittsburg-Cotton. 5o.: Molasses. Uo.l Whisky.
too.; Flour, 25c. 1 Pork aud Lard, 3So. i Pound
Freights, UXc per 100 lbs.
Nashville Whisky, per brlMc.; Ale, 40o.; Found
Freights, 3630c. per 100 lbs.
at. outs iioavy round rretgots, z.V). per loo lbs.;
Whisky and 011.630. ner brl.i Stoves. 25c.i Ale. Mo.
per brl.
Hvauaviiie wnisity ana uii.nk. per Dn.
Cairo Whlskr and Oil. 6fc. our brl.: Fonnd
Freights, 20c. per 100 lbs.
New Orleans Wh Inky and Oil 8.1c; Flour, Potatoes,
Apples, 4o., sue.: Pork, 70c; Bacon and other Pound
Proiihts. .7V235C. ner 100 lbs.: Ken Lard, me.: Horses.
Slo per head!
AaaiVALS. Telem-anh. Louisville: Foteat Oneen:
Madison; Magnolia, Wayevllle; Ohio Mo. 3, Marietta;
Gray Eagle, Pomerny; Ohio llelle, Silver Wave and
Sill lit tlloud, New Orleans; Argonaut, ait, Louis; War
Kagle; Pittsburg; Poland, Nashville.
Dipabvobm. Telegraph, Louisville; Magnolia,
Maysville; Futest Oueen, Madison; Dunieitn, Ne
ville; Gray Kagle, Pomeroy; Great Western, Now
Monetary and Commercial.
Third-atreot underwent no change of con-
sequence yesterday, except that business was brisker
than on either of the previous days of the week, and
Currency in larger demand.
Kastern Exchange remained firm at h buying and
X preni. selling rate.
Coin, NewlOrleane Exchange and Uncurrent Money
warn without altoratlon.
Flour was dull yesterday, anaarclined oflcc. per
ort..wniie wuiskv wasaonveana ;ic. nisuer. rro-
vinlonan-erA without imllorlant chanao. holders con
tinuing very Arm. Sugar and Coffee were Arm, and
Molasses irregular. Corn improved in demand, and
tuatiuearaareuceu ic. peruusuei. vats oecuueu,
but other Grains were unaltered.
The Imports and Expoits ot various articles for the
twenty-four hours ending yesterday noon, were :
Imports. Annlea. 21.1 barrels: Barlnv. I.5U1 bushels:
UiliWtf nu n.Kfli win, uumidwi vnm.t
boxes; Coffee, 113 bags; Flour, 1032, barrels: Hay, 135
bales; Bogs, V.ti head; Lard, 486 barrels and
kegs; HI nl amen, 934 bnrrels; Halt, 1.1.1 bush.; Oats,
I, ."lie bushels; Pork aud Bucon, 8 buds., lisl ttercca,
7C4 barr-ils, 20,216 lbs.; I'ntnloes, m barrels! Sugr,
m hhds ; Salt, 131 brli.i Wheat, 1,767 bushels;
WDIsKy, i,4. uarreia.
1 .. . 1 , I . 1. . 11,- I , . . -V n I .
Butter, 19$ kegs; Oandles, 1,291 boxes; Uneceo. M.'i
boxes; Coffee, :a bagsirionr, 733 barrels; Lard, 65
barrels aud ItlSkega; Molasses, lf3 barrels; Pork
and Bacon, 191 hhds. tlercea, I4 boxes: Potatoes,
450 barrels: Buear. 76 hhds.iSalt.il barrels; Wheat.
60 bushels; Whisky, 1,444 barrels.
Tuesday's New fork Times observes :
Home of the laree Bauks have been taking narrr
outside their regular offerings, and the terms of dis
count are quoted, to-day, something easier than last
wees., we near oi very prime lour mourns unis oe
ing done below the Hank rule, say at 6 per cent.
Temporary loans to the Brokers open steady for tbe
week, at 6 per cent. The general market tor money
is very quiet, all legitimate bil'intHS demand being
readily met. on strictly first-class bills, at or within
7 per cent.
The demand for -xenange tor me Doston steamer
mail to-morrow opens duller than anticipated, aud
Hi. re is leas ateadineas In rates on London where anv
considerable sums are inquired for. Theqiiotatione
for standard Bankers' bills drawn here is 10h"elCj
and for Southern Bank bills, with City Bank In
dorsement. WbHWJi per cent,, France are also Ir
regular, rating irom i.i .'vrBifo.ie u iue uuiiar.
The business, altogether, has thus lar been light.
Tuesday's Tribune thus refers to last week's New
York Bank Statement!
The weekly statement of Bank averages wae not
considered a favorable oue in the street, as showing
a l'trge expansion of loans, with a decrease of epecie.
This, however, ia rf less consequence than usual, as
the Banks will be largely strengthened during the
next ten days by diebur;emenls from the Sub-Treasury,
and by the arrival from California,
Tbe following is a comparative statement of the
coodillou of tbe Banks of the city of New fork:
Feb. 4, Jan. 28. Difference.
Loans $l;4,fl!)l,0!l2 tl23,l&),626 Inc.BI,OII3,.U6
Sneole. 19,W4,30l 20.Oi3.7ti9 Dec. 13438
Circulation..... 3 174,450 7,7611,761 Inc. 41.1,61
Deposits 77,577,011 76,8711,826 Inc. 6v7,668
The total coinage of the New Orleans Hint last
January waa SlOO.ooo lu silver dollars and quarters.
The imports at New York last Jaiuary were J2,.
vazi. An Incrflato over aarue month last vear of B2.
161,669; and Ihe experts 16,876,024. an increase
SlOb.dfe. LQB cuuiparahivo iwuiib tur iue pavvu
months of tbe year, over last season, are:
Increase of all Import entries 927,216,000
Increase of all Export clearances 31.740,100
Increase of Gold from California 4,581,000
Boston Boot and Shoe Bf ahket--ifor the week
ending February 4. Tbe market has scarcely virled
for ilcotsand Shoes since last week. A large nurd'
bar of buyers are here from the 8 uth and West, and
purchases to some extent have been made, but prices
continue very unsatisfactory and low, and tbe posi
tion of the trade is quite aa discouraging as previ
ously noticed. The most desirable goods are selling
at about cost, but on other goods tbe anxiety to re
alise is so great that the sales are made at very low
figures, and prices must be considered entirely nom
lual. Itwlll evidently be difficult to bring prices up
to e paylug point this season, buyer so far having
had every thing tholr own way. The quantity for
warded by water and railroad shows a considerable
falling off compared with last year, aud tbe trade
evidently very backward.
The Boston money market is in a comparatively
easy condition at from 6H to 7 per cent, for the beet
indorsed notes and acceptances: but auy thing out
side of this c'ass submits to higher rates -12, 16 and
13 per cent , according to amounts, maturities, and
of the promisors or Indorse.,
Tteported for the Cincinnati Daily Press, by W.
M.ir. Hewson, Stock Broker, 28 Third-street, Ala
sonic Building.
Boaos Little Miami KB., first mortgage, W
Col. aud Xenla BR., dividend, 90 to M; Ulc, Ham.
and Day. BK., first mortgage V3; do. second do
86; Ind. and Cln. RB , second mortgage, 79; Oov. and
Lex. BR., second mortgage. 66 and interest; Ohio and
Sliss. RR., construction, 25; Cln. sixes, municipal,
9!H Ham. Co. Ohio sliet, vo; Ohio State sixes, iue
109; Kentneky State sixes, WAX. , ... .
Stocks.-Little Miami Ba.,ttH; Col. and Xenla
Rlt .2!4: Cln., Ham. and Day. BR., 64; Ind. and
Ciu.Bll.. 4ft; dev., Ool.andClu. BB..S8H; Northern
Bank of Ky., 128; farmer's Bans of Ky., 121); Cin.
Insurance Co., 87; Merchants A Manufacturers In
FLOC B The market is dull and heavy, and rices
drooping, and offtlOo. lower: sales of 6110 barrels
t 65J5 70 for superfine, and $6 S06 90 for extra.
WHISKY A good demand, and prices Mo. higher,
closing at ayaawo, the latter rate for wagon.
PHOYIBIONB There was no changein the market
to-day, of importance; the demand was fair and
holders very Arm, at extreme rates. lfi Bacon
Shoulders on the market, and not many Sides. The
solas were 3tX barrels mees Pork, at Ripley, at (17 60;
200 do. choice city brand at f 18, an advance; Its) do.
at $17 W, and 100 do. at Klpley, at 117 50. Nothing
transpired in Bacon; Shoulders at 7,r-,c.,and Bides
",'io , and very firm. No Shoulders ready for sale.
In bulk Heats the sales comprise lOO.Omi pounds
6H and 8Xo. Lard is held firmly at 10Xc, but
heard of no sales.
OROUEUIKH-The demand Is small, and prices
Molasses quite irregular. That in cypress cooperage
is offered at 4 to., and in some cases at 43c and
oak at 46c. Prices, however, are quite Irregular: 160
barrels sold at 4444)4jo. for oy press, and 4&46c lor
oak. Sugar firm at VAtfMHo- tot low fair to choice:
inferior grades sell at 77Xc. Coffee nnohanged
and steady: sales of 300 bags at 12c. for fair, and
l8o. for choice. Since the above waa wrll ten, we have
heard of sales of 200 barrels Molasses at 41c, and 100
bags Coffee at 12)4,0.
WHEAT The market conUnnos Arm, with a good
demand at l S6A1 38 for prime white, and SI 3361
for prime red, the latter price for bills sales ol 1,200
bushels prime white at $1 38; 2ii0 do. prime red
Si 36, delivered, and 600 do. prime while at fl 31.
Th is last sale is below tbe market.
CORN there is an Improved demand for Ear-Corn,
and price have advanced Ic. per bushel. We quote
It at 49(3)500.: sale of 8,600 bushels, iu bulk, at UM
and 8,9(10 do. at 48c.
OATS The market ! dull, and prices have de
clined to 470. in bulk: aalea of 1,460 bushels, In bulk,
at4iHp.; 6W do. at 43)4o., at. d 1,800 do. at 48o.
RYE The market continues dull, and pi Ices sr
unchanged. We quote it at Wo.;
PUABLaWS-SXheaarfcals dull. i We bare'
enange to aVllce 4a pticetr-nd cauMniiS to quel a
jau as oofoooo., auiLiair lagooj atra(neac . .
HAT The demand continues good, and pricaahaiS'
advanced II aer tan. W now quote prime Timothy '
at S2I, on arrival. .
OUSKaa-The demandls fair, and sricea TUB L .
last quotations.
APPLES There is a continued good demand, and
nrlces are nrra at B-i ai bu M, t..ri t r..r ...
chojen sales of barrels choice, in large barrels.
POTATO BiBTno market Is Arm, with a good de
mand at last quotations, sale ol Mi barrel prlne
uuiiiivru r.
4JLOVER 8 ICED We have llnih.... lAAntlr.la
the market since our laat report, and quote It dull
at (4 7u4 76 for sacks aod barrels: aalea ol ft) barrel
choice at $4 60; It do.' at $1 75, and 300 bushels at
NBW Yoaa Maun. Vabruar a-P. M.-A.Iiaa
in fair demand: sales of 80 barrels Pots at f 8 26, and
50 do. Pearls at 16 87!. No change Jnlotton.aud
demand moderate: aalea of 2,000 bale at II Ho. lor
middling u pianos, siour in lair speculative o
maud, aud also the home trade i disposed to buy
with little more freedom; prioes have slightly ad
vanced: sales of 13.0U) barrels, at 18 tor super
flns HlatA: Ba VtOhS 48 for MLra HLhim; Siwift 1& fnr
euperline Western; $6 26(266 76 for common to as
uium extra Wetern; t6 1ti6 '.) for shipping brands
extra round-hoop Ohio tne Uaraet closing quiet.
Canadian flour a little more active and firmer: sale
of 700 barrels, at 16 6ik6 76 for common to choice
extra. Bye Flour is unchanged: sales of 100 barrel,
at $3 7664 41) for common to choic sopertine. Corn
Meal dull and unchanged. Whisky flrmer and Isir
demand: sales of 450 barrels at 2aX.324c., closing
firm at latter rale. Wheat better, with pretty good
demand: sales of 6,000 bushel MUwaukia Club at
fl 18 in store, and 600 do. fair whlls Canada at $1 i.
Bye quiet at WW. Barley dull and unchanged. Corn
dull, while prioes are without ehange: sale of 6,tC0
bushels, at 80$D82e. for new white and yellow, and
83Mo. for mixed. Oals are more active, at 44gi)46.
tor mate, western and Canadian, fork more active;
bnt nrloea ara without ohanffa: aalea of a. am hrl...
at $17 31 for old mess; tls 12(318 36 for new mess;
J 17 lornewinin mesa; siztaia a lor old prime, ana
14 26J614 81 for new prime; included in sale are
1,6(10 barrels new prime, buyer's option, all March,
at (14 37(314 60; 1,000 do. new mesa, seller' option,
in June, July and.Augu.t, at $18 60, and ,000 do. new
.. ... n ,i . A, a ui U,... r n v. .
of 400 barrels, at (4 36 for country prime; $66 38 for
country mees; $9(10 for repacked mees; 41u 5rtMU
for extra mess. Prime mesa Beef quiet at SI6pl9.
Dee i uams in rair requeaa, ai ai? lor c late, ana ais on
I6 lor Western: sales of 6P0 barrel. Drained Hog
Arm at 7t(37?c. Baoou brm: ule of 128 boxes
long-ribbod Middles at ):4c, and 10,000 pounds choice
f een Bides at 9c. Lard firm: sale of 426 brl at 10H
II Mo. There Is a limited bnainesa lu Batter, at It
16o. for Ohio, and 16t2Ve. for Btate. Cheean
steady, and a moderate busloes doing at 9ailc.
Cofiee quiet and Arm, at ll12c. for bio.'' Molasses
quiet and steady: sales of 60 hhds. Muscovado at 27e
28c; 10 hhds. Barbadoos at S4c. and 100 barrels New
Orleans at 470. Sugar quiet: sale of HO hhds Cuba
at 7M7:c., to the trade: 300 boxes Havana at H
9Mc; , , ,
Miw Yosx Stoob MAaaar, February 8. Second
Board Stocks better, but not active. Cleveland and
Toledo, 19V. Illinois Central, 66it: So. Bonds, 8ft
Do. Kreeland Bonds, 90. Missouri Sixes, 80. Pan
ama, 131)4. Michigan Central. MM. Michigan
Southern, 6M. Reading, 89M. Hudson, 40. Pacific
Mail, 80. New York Central, 70M. Krle, 8"i. New
Jersey Second Bonds, 1WM.
New Yhx Cimi Maskkt, February 8. Beef
Cattle deollned X(a)le.. owing to large Increase of
stock. Received 3,700 head; quotations Inferior at
67Xc; medium at W""9)., and best at S'ilSilOXo.;
average of all sales ahont x&i'Ac Sheep also de
cliurd to the extent of 2676c. per head; receipts.
9,300 head. The receipt of Swine are small, and
prices advanced; receipt 6,600 bead. Live Hogs at
66Mc. and Dressed Bogs at 7MfftSic.
Baltimorb Mabket, February 8. Flour quiet,
at $6 6J for Howard-street. Wheat buoyant: sales
at kl 4CKl 60 for white, and $1 if((ul 311 for red. Corn
steady, at 723c. lor while aud yellow. Provisions
firm. Whisky dull at 23c.
8UIAR8 4 CO.-Balee-rooms No. 67 and 69
Main-street Groceries, Olassware, Ac, at Auction.
We will sell, on SATURDAY MORNING, Feb. II.
at9o'clock,a general aasoi tment of Groceiiea, dc,
consisting of 20 hhds. sugar, 40 brls. molasses, K'U
bags coffee, 60 boxes pounds and 6 tobacco.
ALSO Olassware, Duckets, tuba, washboards, six.
twist tobacco, nails, almonds, prunes, Brooking to
bacco, elgars. teas, twine, soap, candles, indigo, not
megs, ground apices, c, In lots to suit purchasers.
fe9 0. BRABHEARS CO., Auo'rs.
SHEARS GO.-Salas-rooms, 87 and 69 Main
street. Boots and Shoes I Boots and Shoes 1 at A uc
tion. -We will sell, THIS (Thursday) MORNING,
at 9 o'clonk, without reserve, 176 caaue Boots, Shoes
and Gaitera. fe'JI G. BBASEKABS ACQ., Auo'rs.
& CO Furniture, Conl.oll Lamps, o.-0n
FRIDAY, February 10, at V-t o'clock, at our store,
No. 18 Kant Fourth street, will be sold a quantity of
good second-hand and new Furniture.
ALSO Three casks Coal-oil Lamps, In lots to suit
purchasers. U'oal JACOB URAFF, Auc'r.
JL Durable Machine extant.
Call and see them.
jafltf SO West Fourth-atreet. .
J ... .L
M. fo cents. . . .
Tbe Vacation Tolka ....rrlce 30 cents.
The Kentucky Girls' Polka...-.- I'rice (0 cents.
Tho Forest R.se Schottitche Price 10 cents.
The above have handsomelv.tUiistrated title-pages.
feg No. 66 West fourth-street.
TL tha a ever. Great sacrifice or
Pianos, Melodeons, violoncello ,
Violins, GuiUrs, Banjo Strings, Trim !
minis. Arc durlnir the Holidays. I
Selling at 100 per cent, lees than any .
other House in this city, and Brst-claes Instrument
St that. DO not Duy an instrument until yuu oavn
called at No. 227 Fifth-street, second door east of
Plum, south side. BBITTING A BRO.,
Piano Makers, aad Dealers la first-class Instru
ment. deiltf
New Mode of Pentila Aon
Call and H. On or
He (ting and Ventilating Furnace?,
lu'oeeratlon at
StoN Wars-rooms, Not. 61 and tS Vine-It,,
(Below Columbia.)
Sawyer & Oo.
Coal Cooking Stove.
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Held nl Zoacavllla, October, iSSD.
?Vo. 51 and 5 VInc-
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1 NCI N N ATI. O H I O. '
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Commissioner of the Superior and Common Fkaa
I Courts, Bank Building, uotth wast vfWX ol. Msin
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