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WAW I-All to know that 'h OII'SY It()(i.
ItI-iJi"i',iM "I1"!'"', t fourth st.,
l-a'woen .Mid aid Sm'th, where lie will tell the
rat, rrpujnl and Imu.e ; ( .rrllic mur'titi-ase : ran
mre Bi-rnfii'a, LiTr fVinr.'ait, Siiittnrlng Irnnk
nrrm. Twit nr. ml all Pis.asi-, of Hkn nature Con.
Hiltalioa fio-Lartl.s, Mi.: ; Oantlemen, II. f.2a-a
"WTANTun-A 8ITL ATIOH-Br rtpetM
jonnu Kirl, as obnmbfrmiil or children'
.!?' ."'yl "irefir'nie't nireii. If required. Cll
1 in , ,! 1 F""fth.i'reet,ppnlte the Commercial
. ,B'C 8Hlon, brok forth" iwdlln, and wir.
Jaut. aound, mav ilnd a purchaser br addremluj
lul.. A , fret OlBie. ft'l'l-n
mTANTKD-TO BKNT I want to rent a inn,
ioiall Home, or Colta, near the citir, with a
warden attached to It I'll Uke the het of carj of
it, and improve it. AiMr.-i ('. A. O., Pie OiBce.
-Y5mTFiT'n-K!TS-To open an of.
w fli and Hike thi W.,lete Ai)ncT in evory
ta'a. lor all of l.loy l'i (Irent Military M apt, uid
tiy nir Cornraandr.lu Cnl.f Tn cheaput Mu
in tlie wrrW. A fortune ran be mivie on tliete Main
1u ath State, rhrei minion copina of my Maon
Jivo already heen "old l.l.iyd'i (Jreat Topujraph.
Jcl Mapnl Kentucky isjuiit reaiW. Agenu watted
in every mnoty. Send for olrciilura.
K LLdl n, No. 5. third floor. Oarllale BiiUdlne.
B. w. cor. Fourth and Wulnut-ita., OiuoluDati, o.
TATKn-A FEW GOOD PAT HOARD"
w KS-ln a prWate family, at 104 Br. adway,
I'etwoe Third and fourth-el. fe!7-f
WANTEDTOfKLrj The Stock and rutitroa
of a corner Grower j ; one of the hegt locittone
In the city. Amount of cash re-julred would ha
bout nno thouartuil dollare. Adlre K T. M
thrnuli the PoRtofllce. A barfrain can be had br
nakluc application immtliatelr. fei7-f
ITANTBD-A house for a nxd and permtnen
w w tenant, with two or three parlori, or
ith tworarlora and a reception room. It muni Fiij
nave from tnelve to eixteen bed rooms. A L
!ou built f.r a rrlvato hotel or boirdind taonae
M' araner the p irp ibe best, a a nnmner of mal.
Jronio is the prii cipal object Addreu Pr. IIM'II
AKU.Ilox tio. !i,lJ Pmtofllce, Cincinnati, O,
rt-.tipg location, price and nuitbsr of rooms on each
floor, f,.l', f
WANTKD-TO UKST-A Rood Pweilin. or
w w eeyau or elRht rooms, within ten minutes'
walk of the Post oihoe, u-ilesa It is on the line of a
trcet railroad Kent will l-e paid promptly. Ref
erence girun. AdJro? H0C1S, caroof I'ie Oltice.
TCANTBD-TO RSST-A 0.inn'rT B"eldence
w urM a few acres of ground, with a vie of
tiurcliseiiiit Must be on a pike or near a railrnid
tnt'nn. within twenty miles o' Clnrinnatl. Beet
cf refprenoa given. Addre.a CUUNlal, care of
I're oihee. feiz-tr;
ANTFD "TO PrJB(?HASC-a Vacant Lot,
w on Dayton cr Tork.et , for which part cash
ftrid liiio ffood Iowa laud will be liven. Adlress
jhltAL SATIC, Pr-mom. o. M t(
tMLrArXTEA-A PTaVO-Forwhlch a new Sew
1 n itiR-niacblne and a S-holarahip is a tjoumer
c'al Coilrf-e will be given aa part pay. Addiesa
PiANO, Prcae OITJce. f.l tf
TAlNTRn-TO TR API! Some excellent
Railroad for a atock of jjooda to tnke Into (he
V rarminir Lnni s on the flhfn and MissiMwl nn
ccitulry. V ill trade for dry goods groceries, b rots
tind sh'x-s or farming linploujenti. Addreai Po:
Jo. iSf Cincinnati, tjnio. jal7-tr
WANT BP-TOR VOTHINfJ-Tou may wet a
good Llkenfa of yourself for nothing fahll--aren
excepted), a proof of good wrk. No deep
Hon, and polite attention to all, at JOHNSON'
CJal'ery, 9n Fifth St., the cheapest gallery for all
kinds of Pictures. ja!3 tf
WA!STKD-The advertiser bas some excellent
Lands lu Iowa, which he is desirous to trade
for Furniture. Would trade for the entire lumlrure
rf a family deollnlug huaekeeping. Addresa W. is.,
IOfT-I)00 On Thursday, February 13. a small
J white Dug ; austere to the came of " Monte."
Any ore returning him to 133 West Third-street
Vi II l:c ro warded. felu-h
tTOIl N -FIFTY D'liT,AU8 REWAUD
Bn he lope, or f motet), IVora the suh-ribor,
Mt the Church, at Letiourdsville, Ohio, dark br
Jt-ldics, pitift yenri old. About J'tS IihikU 1hkI
Hack ui.'ii e nnd tntl, net lft hind f -ot white. Jf
stclcn, th alovrt reward vill be given for Mih re
turn of tht Unrre find conTictionnf thotlitef; or
S r for either. AddrutM I. P. CLARK, Monroe.
PuOdr County, Ohio. f-it b
FOIl RSNT-A NIOR BBTCK HOUSB-Of
seven roAmB, No 65 Hopkins-tit ; gan ami
water; Dice yard; within half a egure of atrtet
ratlfOAd. Want a permantnt toaat. lixinire of
J. b. 11 OG KKS, 41 Wain ut-at. te2J-b
FOR KENT A FUKNISHVD BOOM-With
rath room arid all cnnvmituoea, laitftble f r a
jtort'eiitnn'e alfeing. Will be rooted low. Aoply
at 190 Watt)evabtk-it , botweea Plum ard lu.
FOR RElT-TW'0 KOOMS-Handniimely fur
tiitibcd on th flint floor, on inodprate tt-rmi,
2 r quire at 36 Court st , bttweenjoha aud Cent aU
IOK REP'T-SVKK-KOOH-With handome
V bhow iud.w aLd DweMiiiff attached. AUo,
Fixture for Ble. cheap. Anpr Imiuediateir at
JSo. JP9 entralav , I twee a Savouih and Junhtu
Bi AV DlXCJ-Two or three gftntlemtfu, or a
got.tl mmt and bia wife, can bo aooocmodnt"d
ith a p'ttjitant ftout room, with hoard, inu f ami If
vln'ie there are few otlur boardera. App'r at Ne.
170 Weat Fourih-Htrrt foM l
BOIFDIMO-Private boaidlog ut No Vt7
li'uiidwey. A nuttli fuu.il) or sin-. la bjanlers
un be ar. ontmciluted T.ruis, t2 &J, A' s d ijr
IxardflTa tukea Terni, $2 pnr weok. I' 0 b
OA B DINC3 A lndy and gentlemai cm be
aecuiuuio. aled witli uod b ad and a plta-tttit
room iu a privHto ftniiiy, in the Went-6Di, on tt
atreet reilroHd liue. Trma, per week. Addrei
J., at tbil otUca. f-TJ-b
TtOAIlf IJ-A lerond story-front room te bit,
.Bp with btard. A beck room can aUo be had.
l)ai-bui-.rdir wanted App'y at 154 Broadway.
10HDIMv-Vry centr aud .!oontHnt,
Mm iitk li g front ruoini, furnisluad toiutt Uml
life or hiumIo feLtlenieu, at reoderate prirei, lny
ioaroera, bunii,ei.B men aud atranier will Dud fod
co iiituodutioni. ct-titialaud couvenieut, at m xior
t.piireat at VA7 Fifth at. f-iu 1
BOARDING. FOR SALE.
fOH S4Lt-PONy-A No. I family ridin
JL1 Pi ny, tix yuarn old. Id good order, will Im (told
bep. for caih. Inquire at the Klin atreet Hou-te,
corner oi Fifteenth and Ehn-fcU
FOK t-AMt-HOMK KXOBLLKNT L A ND In
luva. 'Would pay part cash aud balance In
lard for a imall farai uear CJuciauatt, Addrt-i.8.
t , PreM Ottce, no.- tt
J Mitt (ALF-OH TRADH The adTeititer haa
al.wn tot in Xenia, Ohio. .Vtilr'i. wheh he
will (H 1jw for cah, or woula tiade for a pi o or
furniture barg.Un. AddrAna-ri, W., Piet-e (JlUoe.
' Lnofy-tf 1
fTKwB. NATB-A FA KM -f 77 aoni, In Ran
-B dbipb County, Indiana, 2 miiei fro-u Win
cbiater, the county leat Price, l-to'i cm1!, or
u2 &o pt-r a're, one quiti ter dowa, bainnrfi on 'oia
-time Tor fuH part icrilni, apply to i. T0D0J5$
Malnut al.. Ctuctnuatl -InU U
At (ITION Htl.K-BT A. F. WILLIAMS A
:. iBucoeuors to Kelloxg 4 Willlaiuil 8.I.
toodjs. No, -ii ai d U4 Kast Thlrd atreet. Lre
-rule ol New rurnitur. at notl.u, on r nil) A It
MoBNINU, February tl Will be sold at our a'
room. Iti aud 'J 4 ul Third street, on FblOAIT
AlOBNihU, rebruary 81, at o'clock, a larg.
nd tin. fcesoriiueijt of new eustom-mada Furai
luie, (on.i.nijg of hair-csneey bedsteads. Hue
chamber eels, oaue-eeat and oilier rocker', parlor
rbaii, wesh.t-tnds. lounge., oiarhle-to anl other
iireu, eane-seat ebairs, book-oaae.. wardrobes.
A J.MJ-lo bris. pur. Deodoriaed Bentolo.
ALbO-A Quantity ot second band Furniture.
1.20 A. . WILLI AMU OU., AuoUoueen.
B O LP! BltB'' A.I M.ft
MD, BANOTKH. ATTORNBT-AT-
LAW, 47 Wi Third-atr.t, bas aMoolaied
lrb b.u Hon. BOkATIO KING, of Waaliiugtou,
)t PostBiaat.r-Ueueral of lb United States
t eev will procura I'eualons, Back Pay, ttouutr aud
till cUtuu agalwt tUtj OuvvrWiiout, (ell
THE DAILY PRESS.
TIH BMAV FKItai-AR V ilO
TwcsitF fire Ceati, Only.
If yon Wrnt Help, '
K yon Want a.llou.e.
If yen Want Ii ..arders.
It you Want to Pent your Home.
If yen Want to And any thief,
If yni W ant to it Married,
If you have Found any thing,
IT ou have l,oat a"v thing,
Invent Twenty .flTa Cent.,
Invekt Twenty-live Gents,
Inveat Twenty-fire Cent.,
t .. Inveat Twenty-five Oente,
WBich will pay for two insertions la
Tin Paii.v I'aiM,
Tint D.mi t rams,
.... Tna Dau.y Pants,
AliS tnns resoh the eye and understanding of
OKI" MILLION BtAPICBH ATONCII.
AUCTION SALES. City News.
Tboae in want of neat and cheap job print
up, can haT it executed by calling at the
r-REfg Orrics. Every description of Blanks
nnd Blank Booka manufactured at short
notice and at war prices.
Ware, No. 7 West Fourth-at., February 19:
O'eoc. XwomaVar. Tnrtaoauur.
,1 - W 3 Ahev. aero ,1
" '" 2i A hove aero U
M - M hi Abov. nn-
Tub Wnshincton Dancini? Association vvill
pire their tenth anniveraary party on Friday
freniti(f, February 21, 1802, at the Mechan
ics' Institute. ,,
NcRBRg. Six Sisters of Charity left this
city on Tuesday to attend the Military Hos
pital at Cumberland, Md. There are 1,200
sick in the camp.
Scddiin Phath. Sergeant J. A. Freiton
borough, cf Company II, of tho Fourteenth
Ohio Regiment, died suddenly of pneumonia
at the National Hotel, Louisville, on Monday
Fiiib. The alarm of fire about eight o'clock
last night, was caused by an outbreak in the
second story of the hoiiEe No. 601 Main, above
Allison-street. The Webster Company ex
tinguished it before much damago was done.
Mr. Thomas Wise. nnistant Sutler of the
Fifth Regiment O. V. M., will leave on Fru
day morning for Western Virginia. Any
U tters or parcels left at Thos. White Son's
Marble Works, 257 Fifth-street, or at No. 84
Laurel-street, will be taken by him.
Couktt Mattir3. The Board of Commis
sioners did not transact any business this
morning. A joint meeting of the Commis
sioners of Hamilton and Clermont counties
will be held to day for the purpose of settling
matters in regard to the Union bridge.
The ice-dealers are activeljr engaged in
gathering and storing away their supplies
of ice for the coming summer. The price of
the article does not bid fair to behigh, unless
the rebellion should suddenly be terminated,
in which case the demand would be greatly
increased over the past season.
Tiik following is Aunt Betsey's description
of her milkman : "Ho is the meanest man in
the world,'' she exclaimed, "he skims his
milk on tho top, and then turns it over and
skims the bottom." This milkman ha
many customers, as the same thing is done
in nearly all the wards of the city.
Passikg CocsiespbitCoi!. A mannamed
Miller S. Stansifer waa arrested last evening
on the charge of passing three bogus half
dollars on Frederick Weymann, the keeper
of a beer saloon on Court-street, between
Elm and Plum. Accused proved a verv good
character, but the testimony as to his'guilty
intentions in passing the coin was so plain
that the Court telt compelled to hold him to
bail for his appearance at the Court of Com
mon Pleas. His bond was fixed at $500.
Old Bourdon. We do not recommend any
one to use liquor in any shape, but, on the
contrary, would advise oil to abstain entirely,
liut we know there are those who will
drink, and this being the case, they should
drink such liquor as is pure. Messrs. Boyle
& Koacb, 2C9 Alain-street, claim to sell noth
ing but pure Bourbon Whisky, and we ad
vise those who are determined to use the ar
ticle to call there and get an article that is
not poiEon. But our advice is, not to drink
Illuiiinatb The Committee of Arrange,
meuts for the celebration of the 22d, last
evening resolved to publish the following:
"WASHIMOTOh'S BIRTH DAT CKLBBRATIOif.
"On motion cf J. C. Butler, Eq., it was
resolved by the Committee of Arrangements
that citizens be requested to suspend all busi
ness, as far as possible, on Washington's
birth-day, and illuminate their houses and
public buildings at niht, from seven to nine
Job Printing. " T. J. GALLAGHER, Sec. Com."
Policb Mattbbs. The tl ocitot of the Police
Court was distressingly slim this morning,
the prisoners' bench being almost empty.
An assault and battery case was th: hist one
railed. John S. Botts, the defendant, beat
Frank Britz, on Monday, in a very brutal
niaticer. Botts sent his little son to the
grocery of plaintiff, and when he returned
he complained that the grocery-keeper had
slapped bis jaws and pulled his hair. Upon
bearing this Botts went in search of Britz,
and finding him, pitched in and thrashed
bim most unmercifully. He wag fined $10
Lazarus Siegel, charged with disorderly
conduct, was fined $2.
William A. Oowety, a fighting soldier,
fs arrested last uiht while making him
self uproarouBly coiey. A desperate struggle
took place between him and the watchman
before he surrendered. He was in Court this
morning and was fined $5.
Mary FiDnejrau, charged with drunken
ness, was sent to the School house for thirty
Citv CotJJiCiL. Council met last niht at
the usual hour, President Von Seggern in
Minutes of the last regular meeting read
Mr. Weasner presented a communication
from Peter Zinn, Esq, notifying Council
that he would take early steps in the Legis
lature to reform the abuse in certain county
oflices, so that the incumbents will not have
an opportunity to make a fortune during
one term of edict.
Mr. Weasner also offered an ordinance to
fix the salaries of certain city officers therein
named, which wag read and ordued to be
Dr. DoLerty offered a resolution tendering
the thanks of Council to soldiers and of
ficers who participated in the reoent bril
lmnt victorits at Forts Henry and Djuelson,
atd Roanoke bland; which was adopted.
Mr. Fitzgerald offered a resolution direct
insr that tbe city offices be closed on the
Tii; also, a resolution providing for the ap
pointment cf a committee of five to act in
connection with the citizens in the celebra
tion ot Washington's Birth-day. 1
Mr. Weasner oileied a resolution Instruct
ing the Chief Engineer of the Fire Depart
ment io parade on the 22d of February.
Mr. Fi zgerald presented an ordinanee ap
propriating $200 trout the General Food, to
be devoted to the celebration of Washing
ton's birthday, which wag read.
Messrs. Bean and Mayer objected, and the
ordinance wag withdrawn.
The Chair then announced the following
(rentlemsn as the Committee, under Mr.
Fitzgerald's resolution: Messrs. Fitzgerald,
tiibion, Cunningham, Weasner aud Baker.
Mr. Cunningham, from the Committee on
Police and Prisons, to whom wag referred
an ordinance to defray the expenses of catch
ing BDd impounding dogs, reported back the
orginal ordinance, and recommended its'
pasbage, which wag agreed to. .
The weekly report of the City Auditor
make the following exhibit of the City
Treasury up to date i '
Total payment! ... K.StO 7
" receipts 1,634 111
" amount bow Id tU treasury ....,.. JMU U
Job Printing. " T. J. GALLAGHER, Sec. Com." Twenty-Second of February.
The Committee of Arrangements for ths
celebration of Washington's Birth-day, mt,
t the Gibson House last evening, Judge
Woodruff in the Chair.
The Secretary, Mr Gallagher, reported that
be bad written to Governor Tod, Colonel R.
L. McCook and Thomas U. Mitchell, ai di
rected by the Committee, inviting them to
Jndge Woodruff stated that he had seen
Mr. Mitchell, and that he had consen ted to
Mr. Gallagher also reported that he had
written to the Hamilton County delegation
at Columbus, inviting them to be present,
and to bring such members of the Legislature
with them as desired to come.
The Secretary reported that he bad tele
graphed Got. Tod at Columbus, Gov.
Wright at Indianapolis, and Col, Fisk at
Frankfort, but he had received no responses
On motion, Mr. Win. WiBwell was added
to and made Charman of the Committee on
Col. Geoffroy reported Menter'g Band se
cured for the occasion, and also two mounted
bands from Camp Dennison.
The Committee on Hall reported they bad
been tendered the use of Union Hill in the
Catholic Institute free of charge, for Saturday
A committee was appointed, consisting of
Colonel Geoffroy and Wm. Wiswell.to nego
tiate with Mr. Heller for the Opera house.
This committee went oat, and reported the
impossibility of procnting the Opera-house,
and, on motion, the offer of Union Hall was
Mr. Wiltsee reported that Mr. Megrue,
Chief Engineer of his Fire Department,
would turn out the whole force. He also re
ported that he had requested the Oddfellows
to meet to-day at two o'clock, at Green
wood Hall, to make arrangements to turn
The committee agree to dispense with fire
works on Saturday evening.
Two companies of eavalry and four of
infantry, and two batteries, from Camp Den
nison, will psrlicipate in the celebration.
Several musical gentlemen were present
by invitation, representing the St. Cecelia
aud other Societies, who tendered their serv
ices in arranging the musical part of the
Although the programme of procession
was not positively agreed upon, it w.s pro
posed that it should form on Sixth-street,
the right resttDg oa Plum; move down to
Fourth-street; thence east to Main; thence
down to the landing, where a national sslute
will be fired. The procession will then re
form and march to the Catholic Institute,
where the ceremonies arranged for the day
WiU tAke place.
MEETING THIS MORNING.
The Committee of Arrangements convened
again at ten o'clock to-day, Judge Woodruff
in tire chair.
The Secretary, Mr. Gallagher, read the
following line of march, agreed upon in
sub committee, which will be acted upon bv
tLe general committee this evening. If
changed due notice will be given:
OFFICIAL LINE OF MARCH.
Column form at nine o'clock, A. M., on
Sixth street, right resting on Plum. Couu
termarch from right to left on Sixth-street,
to Vire; north on Vine to Twelfch; west on
Tvteltth to Central avenue; south on Central-avenue
to Court; east on Court to Plunr
south on Plum to Fourth; east on Fourth to
Broadway; south on Broadway to Public
Landing; west on Public Landing until
hi'Bd of column reaches Main-street, where
a halt will be made, while the artillery fire
a tational salute; thence north on Main to
Fifth-stree; market-space, where the parade
will be dismissed.
The Chairn-an of the Committee on Musio
was authorized to print not less than 2,000
programmes for the use of the andience ia
the hall. The committee propose to furnish
all the mosio for the occasion to whatever
associations and societies may participate in
The following resolntions were unani
"Resolved, Tnat this committee, appreciat
ing the. patriotio action of the City Council
in tbe courteous tender of co-operation with
the wish of the people to properly celebrate
tbe birth-day of Washington, and that we
cordially greet the committee of Couneil now
''iletotved, That we respectfully request the
Major of the city, in conjunction with tne
committee from the Conncil, to receive the
Governor and take charge of all the invited
guests; and that his Honor preside at the
meeting to be held in Union Hall on the
afternoon of Saturday."
The Wounded Soldiers.
A meeting of the Sanitary Commission
wsb held yesterday. The .ijoinmittee on
Hospitals reported that tbey found tbe old
Washington Hotel, Covington, uasuited for
hospital purposes. The St. John's, Commer
cial, Third-street and Military Hospital will
accommodate a largo number of wounded,
and, with the assistance of the George
stieet School, nearly accommodate all who
are expected. The committee hold several
buiiJinps in reserve in case the number
ient exceeds those exnected. B. P. Baker,
Esq, Secretary of Uir Commission, is at
Louisville awaiting the arrival of the boats
with the wounded. He will telegraph as
Boon as he learns the time when we may
expect tbe boats to arrive in this city. Two
hundred and fifty dollars were received from
Zanesville, and eighty-four dollars from the
Second Ward Home Guards.
The following persons signified their will
ingness to receive convalescents from the
hospital and care for tham in their families.
The committee are desirous of providing for
a large cumber, in order to make room for
the wounded. Tbey will be glad to receive
more applications: Enoch Carson will receive
6, A. II. Lalta 2, A. Harris 2, Adam Poe 1,
J. L. Minor 2, A. Hamilton 2, Mrs. Porter 2,
Levi Coffin 10, W. Warner 2, J. O. Loewe 2.
Gentlemen who have volunteered to act as
nursM B. A. Swartz, J. Decsmp, L. Decamp,
J. M. Young, M. French, Thomas G. llerron,
W. D. Bingham, Alexander Neave.
La (lift who have volunteered to act atnurtet
iiliss Caioline Lsndrown, Mrs. D.tniel Stone,
Mrs. E. W. Guilford, Mrs. Fayette Smith,
Mis. Jane Baker, Miss Quick, Mrs. N. Dodd
rirtge, Miss Carrie Strickle, of Wilmington,
Ohio, Miss Back ham, Miss D. T. D-irltjv.
J'hyticiani who have volunteered to act at
turgeunt W. G. Scott, R. S. Newton, D. W.
McCarthy, W. W. Lamon, S. B. Anderson,
Juhn Davis, J. M. Scudder, J. King, Z. Free
man, E. Freeman.
Abothib "Fiualb Soldibh." Officer
Riggs, of the River Police, arrested a female
yesterday, who waa dressed in soldier's uni
form. She goes by the name of Henry
Fitzallen, and enlisted in Captain Northun's
Company, of Colonel Mnndy'g Twenty third
Kentucky Regiment, in October last. Her
sex wag not discovered until two months
afterward, when she was diacharged from
the service. Since that time she has been
acting as nnrse in tbe hospital at Lexington.
She says her home is in Toronto, Cauada.
and that she has another sisfer in Colonel
Mnndy'g Regiment, who holds the position
of First Lieutenant. She was before Judge
Saffin this morning, who let her go on prom
ise to don her proper habiliments.
Good for Zakbsvilli. A letter was re
ceived this morning by the Sanitary Com
mission inclosing a donation of $250. The
donation comes from the following citizens
of Zanesville, MuBkingum County, Ohio:
Daniel Brush, $50; H, Sturges, $50; Edw.
Matthews, $50: O. A. Patwin, $25; M. D.
Wheeler, $20; K. K. Fillmore, $25; D. Ap-
plegate, $25. The letter comes through W.
W. Scarborough, and states the donation to
be for the benefit of the sick and wounded
soldiers of our Western army. . .
Dr. Jobs Kibbstbd'i Cblbbbatbo G et
na a Salvb A certain cure for broken or
U flamed breasts, burns, scalds, cats, fresh
wounds and bruises, fever sores, bolls, car
buncles, white swellings, felons or whitlow,
tumors, Ac, H. O. Cadv, sole agent, north
east comer of Fifth and Walnut, Cincinnati,
Ohio. Also seld by . S. Emerson, drug
eigt, south-east corner of Pearl and Broad-way-.
ConvicTion. The trial of Maggie Mitchell
and Jane Harriet resulted, this lorenoon, in
a verdict of guiltj. Ttrey were remanded
.Todnh Hnrt waj rcxt placed on trial, In
dicted for felling lottery tickets.
Gordon k Bro. vs. AlcCammon, and others.
On trial, before Jodge Headington, tore
cover damages for an overflow of water on
the premises of the plaintiff.
J. J. McGovern, administratrix of John
McGovern, m J. Mueller and J. R. Laube.
To recover $5,000 for tho death of the hus
band of plaintiff, who was killed by a brick
fulling, at the time of the building of tho
Catholic Institute. On trial before Judge
Marks r. Closterman and others. Tried
before Judge Collin to recover for extra
work on a German Catholio Church. Ver
dict for defendants.
In the Probate Court, the will of Peter
Sihiffman was admitted to probate.
Wood's Tiieatsr. The inclemency of the
weather last evening deterred but few from
attending the performance at Wood's. The
bouse was comfortably filled, and The Oclo
roon passed off satisfactorily and pleasantly
to all. It will be represented this evening.
National Thbatbr. Another largo au
dience was in attendance last night to see
Miss Charlotte Thompson as "Cynthia," in
the drama of The Flowert of the Forett. The
character is a difficult one, but in the hands
of Mies Thompson, is rendered in nil its
besuty and naturalness. It will be re
Pikb'b Opbra tiousb. The fourth magic
and niusical soiree of the firuous Robert Hel
ler will be given this evening, being the last
but tw o to be presented in this city, if we
except the performance on Saturday after
noon. Thus fer the unrivaled magician has
more thnn realized the great expectations of
the wonder-loving community, lie is be
yond comparison the greatest "Illusionist"
that has appeared in this city.
IIionrt Commiitbd. The elimination of
Patrick Rigney, charged with shooting Wru.
i. i-itu, wiiu imeui, to kiii, occupied tire at
tention of tbe Police Court a good portion of
yesterday. Tho affray in which Welch lost
his life occurred on Christmas Eve. in a
bouae on rrnnL.ctrenf mne T...iiw n .
T- . . '
uuuiuh. AV -J -
ceased was both cut and shot, but it was the
wound from the shot that caused his datb,
which took place at the Commercial Hospi
tal a few weeks ago. The testimony went
to show that Uigney was in the house oa the
night of the quarrel : that he got into a dis
pute with Welch, and that he had a pistol in
bis hands, which be fired in the direction of
An effort was made to prove a good
character tor tho defendant, whereupon Mrs.
Duffy, n respectable Is dy, who resides at 40t
West Fifth-street, was called to tho stand,
who testified that she had known Patrick
seven years, during which he had always
home a good character; but that a sho"rt
time ago, she slated, he had robbed her of
$17 in money, a gold watch valued at $6",
and a gold locket containing the likeness of
After the examination of other witnesses,
the case was disposed of by holding defend
ant to bail in the sum of $3,000 for his ap
pearacce before the Court of Common Pleas,
in default of which I n Wita eninmili. in
Chahqbablb. The weather lately has
been surjected to as many changes us Har
dee or Scott prescribe in their respective
military tactics for the maneuvering of sol
diers. Yesterday morning a drizzling rain
prevailed. This was succeeded at noou by a
thorough drenching rain, which in turu was
superseded by a storm of wind. Next came
a cold north wind, with snow, and after
tossing the white flakes in every nook and
corner, hedges and ditches, highway and by
way, the weather settled into a regular cold
spell. The next change will soon reach ua.
it we may jndge from the black, wind-tossed ,
.ft vwiu, v.- oiu Dwiuiy uarrieu
past overhead. We have resigned ourselves
to the weather, and wait patiently.
A valuable horse, attached to a bread
wagor, slipped and fell this morning ou
Seventh-street, and was go badly crippled
that it was deemed proper to kill nim,
which was done. Owners of horses should
be careful to have thoir animals rough-shod
during the prevalence of such weather as'
we have had hereabouts for some time past.
Oddfellows' Turn-out. A meeting of
Oddlellows was called to-day noon, at Me
cuan'cs' Institute, to make arrangements for
participating in the celebration of the 22d.
Without transacting any important business,
the meeting adjourned to assemble this even
ing at seven o'clock. Turn out, turn out
Quile a handsome sum of money was col
lected among the clerks in the Court house,
on yesterday and to-day, which will be
banded over to the Finance Committee to
be applied to the fund being raised to defray
the expenses of celebrating Washington'!
Accidbnt A little girl named Kattie
Rourgen was severely injured this morning,
near the corner of Front and Lawrence
streets, by falling down a flight of stairs.
Two ribs were broktn and an arm frac
tured. Pockbt Picked. Miss Etoile De Vard, a
young lady, residing on Lodge-alley, while
in Sixth-street, this morning, had her pocket
picked of a porte-snonnaie, containing $15
and several valuab'e finger rings.
The patent case of Swartz vs. Wilder Rob
inson is still progressing in the United States
District Court. A decision will probably
not be rendered this week.
Tuoops. Large numbers of troops con
tinue to pass through the city, en routs for
Kentucky and Tennessee.
Am Auikdmbht to thb Citt Orabtcb.
A bill to amend tbe city charter, go as to
give absolute control to the School Board, in
matters pertaining to the system of educa
tion in the city, bas passed the Senate and
will undoubtedly pass the House. This is a
good move, and one that should have been
made long ago.
Mayor's Cocbt. John Bennett, for sell
ing liquor without license, waa, this morn
ing, fmed $10 aud costs. This is tbe only
case that bag been before His Honor, the
Mayor, for several days.
Citt Council. The regular meeting of
this body takes place this evening.
RUMORBD ABRBST OF CoViNOTON RgBBLS
We learn from United States Revenue Officer
E. H. Samuels, wbo returned on tbe steamer
St. Cloud from St. Louis yesterday, that
when be passed Paducah, Ky., on bis way
up, it wag rumored among United States
officers at that point that Captain Aston Ma
deira and his rebel military company, which
left this city last summer for the South,
were taken among other prisoners under
Buckner at Fort Donelaon. Ha heard, also,
from the same source, that Major S. K.
Hayes, whose injury during a recent engage
ment wag rnmored in this city a few days
ago, bad died of big wounds.
Ward Nomination. A meeting of the
citizens of the Second Ward was held last
evening at the grocery of Henry Stumps, at
which Mr. J. O. Gossaway was nominated
for Councilman and Wm. B.Smith for School
Attbntion, Votxbs or tie TbirdWabd.
X meeting of the citizens of this ward is
called for to-morrow (Friday) evening at
seven o'clock, at the store of Fred. Brucbes,
corctt of Uocmoutu euJ Jefferson sUeata,
for the purpose of noitiins'ittg a taujid.ile
for Council. By order of
NEWPORT NEWS. WM . BENNETT.
Cir.ci it CorsT. The trial of the would be
Indiana dueliM", Messrs. Heffrennnd !iody,
took place yes'erday, and resulted in Mooiy
being fined $r00, end Heffren $2."U. No
proceedings have been commenced against
J. O. Walker, second of Colonel Heffren, and
tbe indictment againtt Geo. P. Buoll, I 'C
ord of Colonel Moody, was quashed some
time since by higher' than earthly tribunal.
RifroNss of tiif. Lime. Wo are grati
fied to learn that the ladies of Newport are
responding nobly to tbe call made in oor
paper, day before yostnrday, for donations to
tho Volunteers' Relief Fund Quite a nutn
ler have come forward and signified their
desire to render all the aid in their power
for the relief of the sick and disabled soldiers.
and others, no doubt, will do likewise.
Anoihfr RsniL Dbao. Wm n. Ovo.rbee.
another rebel prisoner, died of typhus fever,
at the barrscks, yesterday.
Pfrsohal. Wm. Hondon. Dilot of the IT.
S. guntoat SL Lmiit, who was mortally
wounded at Fort Donelson, was a resident
of this city.
Clarksville is a thriving post villarrn in
Tennessee, and is the ctinital of Monteomarv
County. It is located on the right or north
side of the Cumberland River, at the point
wnere ine nru ntver empties ttseir into the
former stream. It is situated at about fifiy
miles to tri north-west of Nashville. th"
capital of the State. I a its prosperous
tlajs it had a pnpulayon of between three
and five thousand pesfous, and had consid
erable trade. There were at one time two
1,-ood banks established in the place, and four
or live newspaper oflicea. On the whole,
previous to tbe breaking out of tbo rebel ion,
it gave great promise ot being a rising plat;
but at the present lime it appears to have
In the neighborhood cf Clarksville and fr
some distance farther np the rivsr, are a
tnmher of biuffs, pome of which ar pre
cipitous and difficult ot access. These h i
been mode uo of for the purpose of fortifica
tion, and extensive and formidable rebel
works have been in the course of construc
tion for two or three months. A large num
bf r of heavy guns are reported to have been
shipped to this point, for the purpose, so it is
raid, of Drotectmg th railroad brifle and
the communication with the Capital of the
State. It is alBO reported that ten thousand
men left Bowling Green two or tares weeks
since to reinforce this point, and further,
that General Hardee was in command of the
post. Tbe railroad from Louisvilie, t'i-i
Bowling Green and Rusaellville, passes
through the village, and it crosses the Cum
berland at this point by a valuable bridge.
What troops may recently have been at
theee two Inst named places hare doubtless
ere this been sent forward to Ciark-ville.
As Bowling Green is now in the hands of
tha Union troops, a road is now open to
Clarksville along the railroad, by which it
i not at all unlikely our troops niiy rairch
from General Btiet's Department upou the
relxd rear at that plnce.
Bowline Green, recently taken noss.-a,inn
of by the Union forces, is in direct railread
connection witn Nashville. This road crosses
no important river, and, therefore, can not
be materially injured as a marchiog roid fr
cur troops. Thus not only is Clarksville
threatened from this point, by the one rail
road, but Nashville is in jeopardy by the
Eleven miles south of Bowline- Gienn.
r.lentr the railroad track, is a small station
known by the name of Woodburn. At this
poiat the brigades of Generalg Breckinridge
and Ilindman were located on Thursday last,
uut uavesiuuu uceu repunea a3 naring gone
to Rustellville. Tbey bave doubtless belore
this marched to Nashville. It is believed,
however, thut no rebel forcesexist in Ken
tucky east of the direct road from Bowling
Green, via Franklin to Nashville. This
Franklin is nine miles south of Woodburn
end twenty miles from Bowling Green. It
is situated on the railroad. It is a small post
village, and the capital of Simpson County.
It is located on Drake's creek, and con
tains two churches, and about four hundred
Nearly due east of Nashville is the city of
Kuixville, upon which point General
Thomas is advancing, in a southerly direc
tion, by three routes from Somerset, Moati
ct Ho and Cumberland Gap.
It is reported that General Crittenden is
trying to organize another army at Cartnsgo,
cu tbe banks of the Cumber land. This is
snpfosed to be the only rebol force on the line
fioru General Bue.'s department to Nashville.
Carthage is a post village of Smith County,
Tennessee, and " is located opposite the
mou.h of Caney Fork. It is fifty miles by
land from Nashville, in an easterly direction,
aid bad at one time an academy and one or
A correspondent of the Iowa State Register
thus speaks of Jessie Fremont:
I sat to-day talking an hour with General
end Mrs. Fremont; goon after with those who
bitterly oppose them. My heart sickens.
Where will all this rod? Do yoa want to
know how "Jessie" looks and seems in the
midst of her trials? Whatever may be
thought of him (Fremont), let every one
honor tbe wife wboeo nobly shares her hus
band's anxieties, and is at his side strong in
love, in will and energy, to help him to the
utmost of ber power. The spirit of old
Colonel Benton looks out of "Jessie's" eyes.
The bright flush of her cheek, the sweet play
of ber lips, when seconded by tbe olear ideas
of her powerful mind, render her captivating
to a remarkable degree. She has scarcely
slept or retted tince she rame to Washing
ton. To see her husband vindicated is the
restless burning of her soul, and she is mis
tress of every statistic, every item that can
weigh for or againet bitu, and it is easy to
gee by the dilated nostril and flashing eve,
how wholly she believes in Fremont's integ
rity, and resents his accusers' charges. Ah!
well I can remember wben Ehe stole from her
father's bouse to become tbe bride of the man
whom ehe has so nobly followed for better
or tor worse. She was so handsome and gay,
and now she appears like some Roman
matron, full of dignity and high resolve. I
have always felt proud of Jessie Fremont
and Mrs. Douglas, opposite in character
though they be, represent us as American
women, for whatever faults tbey may pos
sess, their minds and hearts have gloriously
borne the changes of prosperity aud adversity.
Gideon J. Pillow was born in Williamson
County, Tennessee, in 1806. At an early ae
be wag admitted to the bar, and for gome
time be was the law partner of President
Polk. Ia July, 1846, he was appointei by
Polk a brigadier general of volunteers, and
became a major-general in 1847. He com
manded a division through the campaign of
General Scott in Mexico, and was wounded
at Cerro Gordo and Chspultepeo. He mule
many blunders during the campaign, and,
for a time, he waa the laughing stock of the
Hating: now obtained bofs-hold in Ten
nessee, we expect to send our J'orter or our
liutler with a message to our Southern
friends, and Grant them the privilege of pay
ing their debts to the North, as well as se
curing their "rights," of which they Bragg
much and may the Tillow under their lead
ers' heads be as adders and scorpions till
they pay the Price of treason, and thuir rebel
carcasses be Polk'd into their traitorous
Toombs. LouisvilU Journal.
Wb are informed that a warrant bis beea
issued from tbe Federal Court in this city,
Judge Catron presiding, fur tbe arret and
removal to Louisville ot Gea. Simon B.
Bnckner, wbo rests under a charge of treason.
Deputy United States Marshal Merriweatber
left last evening for Cairo for the purpose ot
serving the process. Lomiville Journal.
A young man who waa detected in Chili,
near Rochester, on Sunday last, ia a crimi
nal intimacy with big neighbor's wife, the
mother of three ehildren, wag taken to aa
pit-bouse, stripped, and. larred. and fathered
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PRESS
Ocrt dispatches to-day are very meagre,
most of the wires being down and out of
order. Ed. Ptts'g
Additional Troops for the Cumberland
Eiok and Wounded Soldiers.
GEN. HALLECK TO GEN. HUNTER.
On of the House of Hapsburg to be
Placed on the Throne of Mexico.
Earnest Protest of our Government.
St. LeciS, Feb. 19 About 0u0 infantry,
two or three batteries of artillery, a huge
number of mules and wajjons, and an ira
nicnte quantity of baggaae, stores, etc., left
to-day tor the Cumberland. Ueu. Pope and
staff left this evening for Cairo.
Abcut 000 Fort Donelson prisoners, inclu
ding some 40 officers, arrived here, and will
be forwarded to some point, F.ist.. The Bick
and wounded from Fort Donelson will be
returned to their own State as tar as pos
sible. Quite a number arrived here to-day,
and were sent to the Central Hospital.
Sr. Louis, February 20 The fbliowinp;
dispatch was tent from Head-quurters yei
"HEAD QUARTERS Mo., St. Louis.
February 19, 1862.
"Mi j. Gm. P. Junter, Commanding Uoyarl
nt of Kansas, Fort Leavenworth :
"To you more than to any other maa O'lt
of this D( partment, are we indebted for our
success at Fort DoceUon. In my strait for
troops to reinforce General Gnnt, I oppe'iled
to jou, and you responded nobly, placing
your forces at my disposition. This enabled
us to win the victory. Receive my most
February 19, 1862. " H. W. HALLECK
Mohiiob, Februry 18 A flj of
truce curried several passengers to Norfolk
this morning, but brought no news back.
BurEsiile's forces still occupied Kdcnton,
and had thrown out pickets some six or
eight miles. No mention is made of any
Wabuinutok, February 10. A very Urge
number of army and volunteer appointments
were coifirmcd to d.iy, including Captains,
Lhuteunnts, Adjatauts, Surgeons, Assistant
The promotion of General Grant to the
Major Generalship gives him a superior cora
rnar.d to Brigadier-General Baal, in the eaiuo
The Secretary of State says he sees indica
tions of a saiis'uctnry reaction iu favor of the
I'oiud States iu Great Britain, a3 well as on
[New York World's Dispatch.]
WAHiusinow, Feb. 13. The recent news
frcru Kurope touching the determination of
tbe allied I'owers to put a Ilnpsburg as ruler
in Mexico, and thus create a Monarchy on
our border?, 13 exciting profound emotion
Ti e fact that some such scheme wss on the
tapis has Veen in poneesjion of tbe State De
paitraent fer some time past, and it will be
found that dispatches have already bewnacnt
to our Ministersat London, Paris aud Madrid,
protesting erergeticaliy against any such
Among other things presented ti the
House yesterday, wds the memorial of the
American Geographical and Statistical Soci
ety, asking tbe intervention of Congress ia
reference to a ship canal iatrsectinr the
river St. Lawrence and all the great lakes on
tbe northern boundary with the Atlantic
Ocean in the Bay of New York in any future
aujuftment of the commercial relations
between the United States and Great
[Special to New York Tribune.]
to morrow, for building a number of steam
men-of-war of various kinds. The Depart,
men will withbo'd for the present, the pro
posals for iron clad steamors. The construc
tion of gunboats will be urgently pressed.
In well-informed circles hee it is posi
tively asserted that General Fremont has
been comp'etely vindicated of all 'he charges
brought ajrainst his conduct in the war by
vote of tLe joint Committee of Investigation.
A highly important command is indicated by
him in the far West.
Senate to pass over most of the nominations
for Brigadier-Generals for the present, and
let the nominee win their stars by gallantry
aLd efficiency in the field before they are
A broad line of distinction bas been drawn
in the Senate between officers who lounge
about the hotels or dawdle in drawing
rooms, and those who devote their attention
to the improvement of and efficiency of tbeir
commands, or in active duties in the field.
Whenever there comes uo another nomi
nation, of whom and in whose favor there is
nothing particularly to be said, by common
consent it ia passed over to await the future
conduct of the candidate, and let him prove
his merits by bis deeds.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
[Furnished by the Merchants' Exchange.]
THURSDAY EVENING, February 20.
WHE AT Is in active demand, aud prices
are again bibber, the market closing buoy
ant at tl8j.(a$l 00 for prime Red, aud $1 05
1 10 for prime to choice White. The latter
rute was offered for a reund lot of choice
Kentucky White, and refused. Theealesre
porttd are: 300 bush, prime Red at $1 05;
SCO do. prime Ited and White at $1 00(1 05,
and l,0iO do. prime White at $1 05.
CORN Is firm with a good demand. We
quote Er at 27(g'28c. at the upper, and 30c.
at tbe lower depots.
OATS are steady, with a fair demand at
2P(a23,c, in bulk: sales of (iOO bushels at
KY E is in active demand, at Slo. for prime
samples, on arrival: 700 bushels sold, at 52c.
in sacks, sacks returned.
BARLEY A continued active sneculativs
demand, and prices advanced to 6S70c. for
prime Fall, and CG(u.U5c. for Spring tbe
market cloeicg buoyant.
HAY Tbe market is firm, with a fair de
maid at $13(5,13 50 per tun for tight-pressed
ar d $12 for loosed-pressed, oa arrival.
CHEESE Tbe demand is good and the
stock is light, and full pricea are realized.
We quote W. R. at 6Jfc , and extra largo
LUTTER A continued good demand for
tbe beet gradea with a light supply; the
lower grades remain dull: we quote prime to
rbo'ce lull at 13(g15o. and common to good
frEED Tbe supply of Clover Is liberal and
inexceraof tbe demand, and the market is
dull but not quotably lower; small gales at
$4 204 25. Timothy ig gtaady at $1 10$
2 20, tbe latter rate from store. )
FLOUR An active demand and prices
tending upward: tales of 3,000 bris. at $1 60
for superfine, and $4 604 65 for extra.
WHISKY After our report yesterday
prices deolined to S(j)Hic, wilb an aa
settled market. A further decline was
established to-day, closing at 17X17s.;
tbe latter rate for wagon. Yesterday the
tales were 2,600 bris.. and to-day 800 do.
PROVISIONS After the news was an
nouLced 00 'Change yesterday, the market
efaumed a quiet ana buoyant lone, and the
remand increased larcelv. The sales of bulk
meat reached 3,000,000 lbs. at 3)43io. for
Shoulders, and 60. for Sides, delivered here.
Included in tbe above w' 1,100 Hogs at
3 1 hook weights, dulivered at Indiaoapo
lis; 3u0,i oo )bg. Sides at 40, packed, de
livered at Chicago, and 1,100 boxes Middles,
deliveied at the game place, on private term.
H00 bris. mesa Fork gold at $12 Lard ig in
good demand nt 7Jic. for barrel and 80. for
GROCERIES There ig no change in the
COOPERAGE Tbe demand forallarti
cleg is fair, and toe market lirm. We quote:
noiaatM lanels ...II lul .v
r ir ur rtn ai
Tort an. ....
I, atd rt'i.
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Fli-Hslit heda ;,'"'"
T.glit do ,
81. k half t-arrrls, pr rior.ua
1 ri ro
I SVitl to
1 ewfcl rn
2 mid)! "i
COOI'ERS' STUFF A fair demand, but
prices are unchanged- We quote:
At Ballaar Stall. ins.
"rl. Pols $tf ISM2IV l
Mlid, Polo. 40 iwiiass. is
llhd. Nlasi-s Id iK'tli is)
llrl. Htavr. 11 00641.1 on
'' nritry rirer.nl do .,.
i-liavsd ltrl Hi ors, inas-hitr
Minted llhd. H Mips, machine
SM f ort, "A
l:t ihi"ajii m
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..53 mania im
Good News at Last.
TOR NF.VFR..FA1MNO DR. RAPH
AEL U th lett. iie kucoeetU U en all otiiitr
ALL WHO ARK IN TROT BLB:
All who hTe Iwn nnftiTtiinntOa nil whoM fon
trnVfi hnT" btm ftif.AppoinO.1; cruh1 ni bluu-d.
a I v bo hnw ltviu fuMlucft. Wf Mum piotiiifiyi na
ttttoit. nil who fiav t.ofn dorAircd and trill i with
al' (ro to htm for mdv.r nnd to ft sntlt?tlr.n.
J 1 n n yotir nHrf"rtmfM piutc wtty, tin makflti
tli MniiiItT and ny "f your ?:.. p 4 full W ml-rte,
mid i inMiliM .ur cWh t.-r mid rppri(.ttlii.
Id -pit of fTil rri-orto mid rumor Alt who nn. fa
.Imil.r ot th nfln.:1 it n of thow thmy lva co4iu)t
Mm 10 rpl.tvvt ?id natiflfy ti lr ininrtu, and to Au4
out H ttoMr bilpht tiirt warm lnp- will I FfiMztf.
IN LOVK A FITA IBH II K KKVEH RAILS.
IU h the pf-rt nf wtrntne the nfWtforn of tb
ojpi - tt- ! fJ ni (J. tlio am trie u ri wF'tilthr an 4
lii-l-y niMrriHt'v, ami ritHkf the m-.rri'd Itn-pvt.
nid Htid ftiivl-o have been olit il.l ia iTiimnor.
nt !!itiiin ! nnd the rentt hue elw 9 b-yo
To Mirth- thitiKi more mh, tie wilt how you tha
like lie ot
VOrB FTTI UIC IIVHUA'si) OR WITH.
Ito will toll Ton thoir rlirumotJinces and their fw
luif proHre-t-; Ht-d, hat to 1 ft ter ttian alt, he oaq
tll ou!h ir thought ai dw lnit their t ii in-t-i
tii'i.i ie. hut ie better null, he co tilt yoa
it thry will tr.fthe yt it hrpy.
A PPKKDY AND HAPPY MVRBMOK.
Ir. Knphiid in, threfr. tnre dpendrc.
To Hit in bmdnrfl tin adTice ii ii, f.slnnt.ift. IJa
ran f' tt tt ll, with the eremat certainty. th -in4
ft nil mnitcr.'ial bneiue tratiaWTin an
Pjilatintis. T'r ltapha.1 interpret Uromj ftr
lotu ry uiiiiilrfrH with unfailing rcurt-y,
IHOKK ;OD NKWS.
Pr. RAT'IIAKL will Ckutt yonr ti'irroM or whM
ronr ttntiTin . Kvry nin. through thf ieij;th au4
hrf Mdihof tlie land, who lias had ba t )u k, a'4
w ho Cut! liOt tt on in tho Wo! M, rtt ;.iiid he in p
'Minn of hi Huiortcufr and set Mr kapher.
W BITTEN OPINION OF UM PUTUUK PttOtJ
FK(TH IN LIKE.
Tiwitl rnlde Ton to weath, froinnr and honor.
Tt'oiiaat tin of mot-d men who wen uuIrtur.Hte ad
uiiMirreP'fiil fn th.'ir l'iiiues-Bif-n who work
ha1 (J, and who a.triiM$led again. -it adTonJTty aud mla
I rtime ti e pnater part of ttuir lives ami wbo
f.-UDrf.the- tiore thei tried to ft forward ii tha
wurld th more tiiir.ti went bTilnct tum -th'
men pX Ir Kiiihi;el' written opm jn tip'-u th1r
future iroo peris in lit. All tho- whti wioely M
luWtd It iipti'li.if.rR mIt'oc tfewiw
HU H, V A PHY AM) HTMJiIRSHFTTL
In all thf.r m'lrtkiui. while tho wh"Wr
Mt.df d l y pri-juilif.a ai:i inu'a , norrMl bit
advim. are htilt laboring a?iott aUTeriity aud or
eitv ic eo-itre-i.
VKLTH, KMINKNTK AND GOOD LrTHft
Ar witMn tho rt-j,h ot all If yon wlsi tJ b
rich atid l.nipr will cirsult hipi tno
sSDvD NfcWS FOK TH IC AKFLlrTTCn.
He hat lb rirt, nnd rut Ml tha amicte! tha
c.ire .if their ii i--n-e aLd titWiCij. Hi run ataa
t.-ll win tinr tb"v r.in be cured n ii"t, tiiiin savtbf
thi' af '.Irltnl h tti tr.nih'e aud exp'iuu.
C iu itii' ioim t;n ly, ulii n t'Tr'spd,
(iftV Imiire from M A M till P. A.
All '.fitrrvlevi aie (tltlrtly private nd Cfttfid
tirl Tiit'it-f ire, we t-uy. e. ul so all 1 aud cotiatt
CnMiltatiuna di)y, Sunday txcetta.
a Ik it tnrvit-) are itrjrtl; privato and coyfH otle4.
Tbeixfi'ie we say, gOoue! so all I aud coniuii
J) a. KAI'IUKL,
The AST ROLOCKK tfSo N.TKIINTB r.tnrf,
Wo. 5 nit Ft'th-alrm,
Hotww Hycanoie-nt. and BroadwuT, (?itciua.tt,
V lieu you rail ar.k for Tn Il)CT(lw,"
It Will ITFTfTlt KlNttkf
Price rfdnced to unit the time Termi: For Tti
itoiB ldt Kifty t'enii; tieotlenieni One Dollar.
Perifii nt a ditunre may cumntutifcate, OO S
DKNTIALLY. by Ittrer. if the? inrtona ihie Udlar
for a coutuVal on fe In each aud evory In t ter Let
It t e rtrarly uiidfrst. od, tint the prlca nttned aa a
cnsnltat h u f-e pay 4 lor a cnQMiltation fii'y. IC
dtfri niat pay for the Doctor'a wntica opinion of
your future proptrtn in lift it d)6d nut pay fr
winnioi; the anv-rtions of tha opposite Mx-p'irf ir
tlie c iiBtimni.ition ot a h-ip. y luairittire, aor f rd n
any ether hiMnc! ntsiited in rnt nUcvt a.1vertiu
d eitl 1 he Doctor has a fixed price t r doing orrti
n p.. rati- huii e h. la your rouultattnu witli tho
Ih rtur yn learn liow yoa ran rtali.e the fori 1 hoptt
i't r(it your heart; you ar1 told how yon oau get
a.I jou want, and how or butjnthS omtit to lt
done so that it can rot fail, lie will forft ll what
if your HKt.Ti.NY. In short, he will tell woal is bo
fore ?oii, Ac .
OAl Tl N TO THK PHRLIO -Pr Rutha-1, tht
AMtro'tontr. tai uo conntcliun with Pa aoa.f
Kbriial, or with aur othur kc',,m,ti m of th etHiaa
name ia Im-Tn ThAa
Ste wing Machines I
THE WM SKTTLE MACfliXE.
PATF NTPD FEBHTARY II
Sales-room. 100 West Fifth-st,
TBI MICH INK m CONMTRCfffTKH
ou an entirely uiw principle vf m-'hatiiism, poa
8tM niitUT run and valuable improremoitH. htr
Uift bten fxainiuett by the luoitt profound exprtit
at d iroi.nunc. fi v SIMPLICITY and PKttVKU-
Tbe fol:owtj(r are the rrlnrioJ obiecttona Dread
aainiit bfwliig niuchiiiesi ;
1. Fioeaalve tatlKue U the operator.
it. Liubility to pet out of ordur
8. Kxpenhe. trouble and h-a of time in repalrlnc.
4. Incapacity to luw evor ueMtlption oi lu Ata
DMgreabIo noibe while In operation.
The f mpire Sewing Machine is Exempt
from All those Objections.
It Ytn a BtrniKht noedV, perpendicular action,
n-ate the i im K or (U I'TtLK 1STI l H, whi li
will ueftber III P nor It AVF.L, act le alike on both
Bid' ; irtitrii8 pertfct newiiitt ou evrr dncripuou
ot nati rial, frntu lea bur to the fluent Nank
mu"lin. w it cotton linen or titk tbroad, fiotu tha
ctmrttt to i ho tii.t at nuuibr.
Lavi. g ixtther i M nor ('Oil WB FBI .and tbe
lead pn'MMv frirtioti, it runs a smooth aa glaaa,
aiiti ia emphat;oa-l
A Noiseless .Machine
It rc-jufrt-e FIFTY PKR I'KNf, LUHH I'iWKK
to drive it thn any oth r machine hi tha mark at.
A eitl twelve y arn ol ana can work tt atadilyt
w ithuut tutijvim or injury to h'-a tn
In itrenfitli bud wi nd'-rful Hiuiplictty of mint mo
tion rendu rs it a I in out liu ptMt.il Ida 1 1 w-1 out of order,
ai d 1 iiar i' twl to p ve entire patirfa''tiou.
V t in peftftii Invite all th who may desire to
uptt thvpiteiTfa with a hitp-rior aixlo to oalt and)
tiamiiie ttta tMUV ..KI HAOH:M(.
nut tn a more e ptcial tuanuor do wo solicit tha
Merctanl TulUra, Ire? Mabe'i,
J. acti Ma em t'oraet Makera.
Doop fklrt Manufarturera. (atu- Fltto-i-a,
thai and Uotoiu .Muuutitviurera. &toa B.ndote.
Yei-t ami Pa-iiiluon aa. er,
Velfj'fonn aid charitable iriftuti-a Hbarally
deai l w i'h.
I'HICK OF MACUINKS, OOMPLITi:
No. l.or iaiLiijr Muchiie, .............,.. .m f IS
ha i, emall-iutd Manufcu:lug..... 0
Ko. 3, lar.o -ittited Slaaufaeturiug M, 7ft
Cabinets In livery Variety.
WTI.XtJVM XI KTTY, A cent.
felfS,Tu.Tb ISO Wet Fiftb-tt.
KfcFtlh K ia. N, CUHK, A JUSTICE
ol Ua i'euce of Cliiciuuati Townthip, Haiutl
ton (bounty, tdiio tit'orira W. Puydam, PLaintifT.
Te. Hi ury A Kaitiat, liefendant Ou tha nth day or
Jauuii, iid Ju.-'Uce, ut my luatanc iatitiMl
an order of attachuteut iu the atiore aettoo for tba
din ot twreoty-eeveu follaiaand thirty eent. ai4
cJiunt- U a-t for hetriug Match ,, itt, at v o'clock
A.M. ijacTu! UHtjUUL W. MUY1AM..
FOR CI EM,1NU, IISTKNS1TT OK
lifat. ana Wtmtful abrHaiauca wUea lu-niuir.
Oils IValfc uuMUiiaasad lur OOJK1MG blUVIti
ai d pallor CHATIS
It tan ut b ubialbd hj laavlog orders at tha
SUrl.llx kuit ulm-muati B. H.orB e,Vo. Barual
lluu.a, IliK'a.yti Klata lus Cu.. l tn.ul ujt,
aud atfis-imhi Deput oftica anar wl r W.rks.
Frtsaai.t rice. ten c-Huia pt btislit-1 al ll.jal. or
d hvarial inalile tbe ciir, uutier tba Alii, at ivj
tblretsrllte 1 buabal biiillcr.
ii-iZ t a. B. WATER), Acaal.
TH WKKHLV PRFMtrOW IRtDT,
wiilaiuiig iti Neasul iu. Wk, boin ..iu,J
Shd Lecal, atitl a Telt-tfrapbltt btinmarv ul avauV
aieawbeaa. ttp to tba buvir ws a.lim w at i sa
at a rh.Matiiiai-r.MMn ia st aaa
THB WFKALYPK)H NAW HIiDT.
OMiUiuiac tus bean ot tua VmIi, butb litka
and Losl, suid a Ttaaraabic tluuiuicu sl K.aci
slaevther. l if. tba haur f (.irua tn arwa.
Vui sa M tUa tVvtusUavlr -aiaa, I 'M 4 U.