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THE PIKES B.
ANDY W. MAIIOTBOO. JOHN D. OALDWILL
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The News, Home and Foreign.
FoRiia. -The arrival of the steamship
Pertia briogt foreign advices three days
later. Austria grants a full amaoatj to
all com promised in Italian affairs, and, It it
stated, hat amatol the progress of the Peace
Congress. The tumor of the death of Nana
Behlb Is not confirmed.
CoHoaaiaioKAL Tbi Benin. Southern
6enators bare got Trumbull, of HI., on the
Harper's Ferry Bridge, and are sticking
Brown's pikes at him. He fights with
Brora's bravery. 6 Udell brings Cuba again
before Gongrees. Johnson, of Tepn., presents
the Homestead Bill. After diicusaing Sena
tor Mason's resolution to a late hour last
evening, the Senate adjourned nntil Monday,
The House This body opens with prayer,
quarrels all day, and adjourns after doing
' nothing but talk. There are numerous speak
ers, but no vote was taken yesterday for the
Speaker. "Helper's" anti-slavery book is
advertised at Unole Sam's expense by volu
ble Congressmen. One Honorable deolares
that "Seward is a traitor and deserves the
gallows." Another declares that the oarpers
are expurgators and book censors. Corwin,
Sherman, Morris and others spoke yesterday,
when without action on Clarke's resolution,
the House adjourned. A street railroad is
proposed on Fenniylvania-avenae, Wash
ington. Tnt Rivir.- Sixteen feet at Pittsburg, and
falling; ten feet on the Falls at Louisville.
Railroad. An Ohio Court has appointed
J. K. Edgerton, of FitUburg.Receiver of Pitts
burg, Ft Wayne and Chicago Railroad; and,
ou application of domestio bond holders, a
Pennsylvania Coort has issued a writ of se
questration to plaoe the road temporarily in
National. Diuoc ratio Cokvmtioh. Tbe
National Committee has agreed on a call of
National Democratic Convention at Charles
tun, S. C, on Monday, 23d of April. The
Committee of Arrangement for printing and
publishing documenti, io., consists of C. L.
Valtandigham, of 0.; C. J. Faulkner, of Va.i
John Coohran, of N. Y.; Wm. Barksdale, of
Miss.; Miles Taylor, or La., and Wm. B.
South Carolina was represented, but we
observe that the Charleston Mercury gives the
oold shoulder to the Convention. The follow
ing is a portion of an editorial in that paper
on the 15th Inst. :
"If we oeuld see that this National Demo
cratic Convention would aid the South in the
vindication of her rights, we would frankly
support it, but its tendency will lean to a di
rectly contrary result. The people of the
south, in the vital matter of making their
chief magistrate, will surrender all their power
to a majority in the Convention from the
"It is impose! ble,lt seems to ub, to evoke any
prinoiple of policy or duty whioh can justify
the South in going into any Convention with
"It is impossible for the Democrats of the
North and South to unite in a Convention for
the nomination of a President and Vioe-Pres-ident.
The Demoorstio party exists in purity
end power only in the Southern States, and
if it goes into Convention, will be under the
control of the Northern States. The Charleston
Convention ought to be a Convention of the
Southern States, or should not assemble
The Snow Season.
Quite noteworthy is the advent of the
sleighing season. This is spiritedly im
proved. There is a general joy among fast
people in sleighs or on aleds. How beautiful
the garniture of the outer worldl "The Lord
giveth snow like wool."
The snow is as warm as wool; It keeps the
surface of the earth warm, and protects veg
etation to a considerable extent from the oold.
While Young America is wild with delight,
coursing down the steep-graded streets these
bright moon-Ilgbt nights, the farmer rejoices
that the snow will prove a fertilizer to his
The philosophy of this phenomenon is, that
the air is confined in the crystals of snow,and
as air is a bad conductor, the heat of the earth
is not thrown off by radiation on account of
the snow-mantle wrapped olosely on its bosom.
But the noteworthy display that all nature
made yesterday morning was the theme of all
observers. About one o'clock of the morning
the air oloar and cold a great frost cloud,
a bank of froien fog, swept along depositing
its crystals over tree and shrub, hanging glit
tering pendants on evary limb, which on the
appearance of the tun were brilliant with
sparkling prisms. These crystals reflect all
tbe colors of the rays of light from different
points ; it is when these rays unite before they
meet the eye that causes snow to appear
white. In the Arotio regions often the crys
tals of snow are red or green, those singulsr
hues being oecasloned by little microacopio
plants which gsrminate and live in the snow.
The approach of the holidays admonishes u
all to warm the hearts of our friends with the
gladness of a glad face, and the beneficence of
a full hand.
Cuba and Congress.
Since Florida was aoquired by the United
States, the word "Cuba" has been on the slate
of the Cabinet at Washington. In 1848 Pres
ident Polk authorized the American Minister
at Madrid to offer one hundred millions of
dollars for Cabs; Spain spurned tbe offer.
Since that time a portion of the people have
had in view Its annexation to the United
States by purchase er by fillibustering. En
terprises of the latter kind have signally
failed. In August 1854, Messrs. Bdcbarah,
Mason, and Soulk, TJ. 8. Ministers at London,
1'aria, and Madrid, held a conference on the
subject of Cuba, at Ostend and Aix-la-Chapelle,
and drew up a statement of their conclusion,
popularly known as the Ostend Manifesto.
In this document they argued that the
i-land ought U belong to the United States,
and that Spain would find Its sale to be highly
advantageous; and Snallr, that in certain eon
tiDgiBoies, snob as the emancipation of the
slaves by the Spanish Government, the United
Stales ought to possess themselves of 'he
ial and by force. A proposition was strongly
urged in the United States Senate at the last
!6(in, to place thirty millions of dollars in
sends of the President, with a view to the
i..-i'mition of the Island; but after debate it
fc withdraws by the author, Hon. Mr. 6u
nr.i.i., of Louisiana. ' Yesterday Mr. o'lidill
give notiee of his Intention te introduce a bill
milking appropriations te facilitate negotia
tions for acquiring Cuba, The word "Cuba"
is again on the slate of Congress.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, December 8.
SENATE. Mr, Slidell, La., gave
of his intention to introduce a bill, making
appropriations to facilitate the negotiations for
the acquisition of Cuba.
Mr. Johnson, of Tenn., gave a similar
notice of bis intention to introduce a home
Several other notices were given, one for the
construction of a railroad on Pennsylvania
Avenue. Mr. Mason's resolution cams up for
Mr. Trumbull, of III., resumed his remarks,
showing the Importance of an inquiry relative
to the sacking of the Arsenal at Liberty,
Missouri. The seizure of an Arsenal recently
is regarded as a matter of great importance,
yet the President in bis message never alluded
to the leisure of the Arsenal in Missouri. A
resolution was adopted In March1858, oalllng
on the President for all information in the
departments relative to the affairs of Kansas,
yet the report ol Captajf Leonard had never
been sent to the Senate.
Mr. Trumbull said that the gentlemen were
entirely mistaken as to the principles of the
Republicans, and he would endeavor to en
lighten them in a calm and candid manner.
He did not like to hear them uie the word
"South" in this matter. Not more than ono
twentieth of tbe people of the South are
slave-holders, and that class should not arro
gate to themselves that they are tho South.
The exclusion of slavery from the Territories
operates on all alike. Northern men will
have no more right to carry ilaves there than
Southern men. The Republican party had its
origin in the question of Blarery in the Terri
tories. This Territorial question ii not set
tled, 'ine uemooratto party unsoiuea u.
lie went on to allude to the term "Black Re
publican." whioh had been used when Mr.
Vulee said ths term "Republioan" having
been consecrated by the Father of his Country,
a sectional party bad no right to appropriate
it. He would not call them black, but leave
it to themselves to supply the proper designa
tion. Mr. Trumbull replied that they call them
selves Republioans because they advocate the
principles of Jefferson. If his party had
made any departure from those prinoiples, he
would condemn suoh a departure. The fathers
of tbe old Republioan party were tbe models
lrom whom their principles emanated, xne
very words of the platform to which the Sen
ator from Florida had objeoted were written
by the hand of Jell'erson.
Mr. Yules To create, and not to destroy a
Mr. Trumbull Yes, and we perpetuate a
free government by maintaining the principles
we advocate, The other party oall themselves
Democrats when their legislation is all shaped
for the interest of the slave-holding aristoc
racy, comprising only one out of sixty of the
inhabitants of the United States.
Mr. Trumbull underwent a lengthy cross
examination on the part of Southern Senators.
Mr. Johnson, of Tenn., obtained the floor,
but the hour being late, the Senate adjourned
HOUSE Theproceedings were opened with
Mr. Davis, of Miss., rose to make a apeeoh,
when a running discussion occurred on tne
pending question, whether it was relevant to
make speeches, as tbe previous question bad
heretofore been demanded end seconded to
cat off the discuBtion on Mr. Clarke's resolu
tion and Mr. Gilmore'e substitute .
The Clerk subsequently rose to put the
question as proposed, whether it was compe
tent for him to deoidequestions of order, pend
ing the election of Speaker.
Mr. Million, of Va., objected to a citlien
elected by a former Houie, a subordinate offi
cer, presiding over this body.
Air. uroff, oi renn., agreed wun nir. min
ion, lie would not favor a violation ot the
sxpresi law of Congress.
Mr. Maynard, of Tenn., dinered trom Dotn
the gentlemen. The points of order were
Mr. Davis, of Miss., was In favor of a contin
uation of harmony. He believed the govern
ment wants saving. He was no dlsunioniat, per
e, and would make as many sacrifices as any
man to preserve the Union; but notwithstand
ing hit devotion to the Union, there are evili
greater than the Union itself. He iniisted on
a striot obiervance of the Constitution in or
der to secure to every section its juBt equality
It was the duty of all conservative, patri
otic men to rally to the support of the Democ
racy, the only National party to put down
the Abolition spirit. There wai, notwith
standing what had been aaid to tbe contrary,
great oauae of alarm to the country. We
should act instantly or it will be altogether too
Mr. Davis quoted from the speeches of Sen
ator Seward to show the dangerous sentiments
ne avowed to distract tne country and accom
plish the overthrow of the South. To say the
labor of the two sections was conflicting, ir
reconcilable, wai a declaration of war and
hence the South was alarmed and looked to
their defense. He earnestly appealed to all
patriots to put down these treasonable de
signs. In alluding to the remarks heretofore
made by the Republicans, he said "armed
men have been sent to the South to kill their
people and deprive them of their nrotiertv."
Could the South be patient under these cir
cumstances, and could they be blamed for
taking means for their defense? We of the
South want peace. Let the North aland by
the compact of our fathers. Seward ii a traitor
and deserves the gallows. Applause from
tne southern side. J Virginia baa hung tlie
traitor Brown, and if they set hold of Seward
they will hang him." Laughter and ap
Mr. Morris, of Penn-, said that in occupying
a perfectly independent position he was at all
UDerty to vote on all questions according to
his sense of his duty to bis country. He was
opposed to alt unneewsary agitation of the
subject of slavery, and did not wish to diBouss
it unless it oame before them in a legitimate
way. Ibis wicked administration had coun
tenanced every act of violence and fraud on the
people of Kansas, and brought into Congress a
constitution fraudulent from beginning to end,
and which would not stand the test of an ex
amination. Uia friend, Mr. Sherman, hud
stood nobly firm for the rights of the people
against the Government, standing up for law,
oraer, concord and peace, and tor tnis tne gen
tleman should have his vote as long ae there
was any probability of bis oleolion. He knew
the gentleman was a friend of the protection
of domestio industry, and would so organize
the committees and would secure the fair con
sideration of that question. He knew Mr.
Sherman to be a man of just temper and mind,
and incapable of perverting the rules into an
instrument of despotism.
An objection had been urged that Mr. Sher
man had signed a recommendation for the
circulation of Helper's book. He (M orris) did
not sign it nor had he read the book. So far
as he understood it, it was written by a native
of a Southern State, almost exclusively ad
dressed to Southern men, and showing the ex
perience of Southern men as to the value of
Gentlemen magnified the book and made it
a formidable engine of mischief to ths peace
ef thle country. Had not hit friends declared
that he was againat that book so far as it con
templated an infringement of Unconstitutional
rights ef the South? What had the Home to
do with Helper's book? Were they, as a
college of Jesuits, to expunge tbe literature of
tne Dook and were tney to act as censor of
every incendiary work? It was a most extra
Mr. Moore, of Ala., knew there were men
in the North as true to the Constitution as
those of the South, and when it was said there
was in the North no' sympathy for John
Brown, it was a libel. The paperi of the
North were full of demonstrations of sympa
thy, and some were in mourning for Brown.
Mr. Greeley, editor of a prominent organ ef
the Republican party, said, in bis paper, that
in future time Brown's name will be held in
glory and honor. So far as he knew the sen
timents ef those he represented, he but ex.
pressed his deliberate oonviotion when he said
that the success of a rarely sectional party
would virtually be a dissolution of the Union.
If the Republican party could be defeated, the
Union oould be preserved; but if suoh a party
was to succeed, the sooner the Union is dis
solved, tbe better. The South was en the de
fensive. If they could not get their rights in
the Union, and under the Constitution, they
were prepared to have their rights out of it.
Mr. Corwin, of Ohio, suggested that the
House take tha case revetted to in tho House
whet the New Jersey contested election case
prevented a prompt orgamtation. on tnat
occasion the venerable John Adams was
elected as Chairman until a Speaker was
elected. It had been his fortune to witnesi
here every one of tbe erises to whioh reference
bad been made in debate. He was here dur
ing the nullification timet and.in 1850. If
the gentlemen could now summon to tneir aid
the calm and wise eoune which animated
gentlemen in those times, all unpleasant feel
ing would be removed. (Applause.) He had
heard with infinite -pain the repeated threats
that if the Republican party was successful at
the Presidential eleotion, the South would be
willing to encounter the fatal consequences of
a dissolution or tne union.
The political discussion continued, Messrs.
Stanton, Cox, Sherman and others partici
pating. The House finally adjourned without action.
Three Days Later from Uurope—Arrival
of the Persia.
Nkw Yobk, December 8. The Ptriia has
arrived, with Liverpool dates to the 26th ult.
The steamer Nova Scotia arrived out on the
24th ult., and the Arayo and Jaton on the
Tho Portland steamers are all henceforth to
oall at Queenitown on their way.
Austria ii reported to have raised another
difficulty regarding the European Congreis,
and the invitations to the various Powers were
in abeyance. The Regency question, it is said,
oauies tho difficulty..
Lord Cowley ia reported to have been au
thorized by Napoleon to propose to England a
general and simultaneous disarmament.
The London journals treat the idea as ab
surd. Lord Crowley was, however, in London.
The English army will be inoreased by ad
ditional battalions, equivalent to eleven new
regiments. The Paris bourse was reported
firm at 70f.20o.
The French journals have boen instructed
to encourage the idoa of a general disarma
ment. Italian affairs are unchanged. Tbe
Sardinian Government has iasued a circular,
defending its course regarding the Regency of
Spain was chartering steamers and con
tracting for stores in England to prosecute
the war against Morocco. Nothing decisive
has yet occurred in Morocco.
Austria grants a full amnesty to all compro
mised in Italian affairs. The Bombay mail of
November 12 has been telographed to Lon
don. The reported death of Nona Sahib lacks
Liverpool, November 22. Cotton The
sales during the week have been 38,001) bales,
including 1,000 to speculators, and 6,500 to
exporters. There has been little inquiry
during the week, and prices continued weak
and irregular. The sales to-day (Friday) have
been 6,000 bales, including only 1,000 bales
to speculators and exporters; Tbe market
cloies quiet at the following authorized quota
tions: OrleanB fair 7j; Middling 7 5-16(1;
Mobile fair 7d; Middling 7,'jd; Uplands
7&-16d; Middling d. The stock in port
is 425,000 bales, inoluding 267,000 Amerioan.
Tbe Manchester advices are favorable, the
market for goods oloslog quiet, but firm, all
description i commanding full prices.
Breadstuffs The market has been dull
since Tuesday. Messrs. Richardson A Spence
report the rhaiket tery dull at Tuesday's de
cline, and 'quote Flour at 2324i. Red
Wheat 3. d10(. 2d; white 8s. 6dlls. 9d;
Yellow Corn 3132a. Hi; white 3538.
Provisions The market closes dull. Beef
heavy, with little inquiry, and prices weak.
Pork dull but steady. Baoon ii quiet; new is
wanted. Lard firm ats759a. 61.
Produoe Potashes quiet. Pesrli little doing,
at 27s 3d27i fid for both. Sugar 'closed
buoyant at fid advance. Coffee heavy and
quotations barely maintained. Fish Oils slow
of sale, but prices are unaltered. Linseed
Oil in good demand at 2829s. Reiin steady
at 4s ld4s 2d for common. Spirits Tar-
Eentine 33s 6dS4s. All qualities of Tea
ave declined, except Greens.
London, November 22. Messrs. Baring
Brothers report Breadstuff's declining, and
buyers demand a reduction. Welch Rails and
Bars dull at 5 10s for both. Pig Iron on the
Clyde firm and advanced to 55s. Sugar closes
buoyant at 6d advance. Coffee firm. Tea,
declined for all qualities, and is now quoted
at lVAc. Rice flrrr-. Spirits Turpentine
steady at 3134s 6d. Tallow quiet at 5858s
Amerioan securities closed firm. The money
market is easy and rates are generally un
changed. The bullion in the Bank ef Eng
land bai inoreased 125,000. Consols closed
at MWA for money, and 9696 for
Havbe, November 20. New Orleans tret
ordinaire Cotton quotes at 113f. and bas 108f.
Prices advanced 21. fie. at tbe opening, under
a icaroity, but eloeed nominal at the above
quotations, owing to an arrival of 7,000 bales.
The stock in port is 13,000 bales.
London, November 23, Funds are un
changed. The China mails will arrive here en Sunday.
The Morning Put characterizes the disarma
ment propositions as an absurdity. The Post
alio believes that the preliminaries whioh the
Government considers necessary previous to
ths assembling of Congress are in a fair way
PrmiiuRo, December 8 M. River seven
teen feet by the pier-mark, and falling.
Weather clear. Mercury twenty degrees. It
was down to zero this morning.
PiiTfliiDBO, December 8 P. M. River six
teen feet by the pier-mark, and falling.
Weather clear and cold.
Louisville, December 7 P. M. River
riling, with thirteen feet in the canal and ten
ieet on the falls.
St. Lome, Decembor 8 P. M. The river
continues to recede about a foot in twenty-four
hours and the ice growa harder and heavier,
and increaies in quantity. The weather han
moderated a great deal to-day and the mer
cury now standi above freezing point, with
fair indications of a speedy breaking up of
the oold weather and the resumption of
navigation in the upper streams.
P., Ft. W. & C. R. R.—Receiver Appointed.
Cleveland, December 8. J. K. Edgerton,
of Pittsburg, was to-day apiinted Receiver
of the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne 4 Chicago Rail
road. ' H
Pittsburg, December 8. To-day the Dis
trict Court on applioation of domestic credit
ors, appointed a sequestrator for the Pittsburg,
Fort Wayne k Chicago Railroad. Th is action
waa induosd by the appointment of a Receiver
in Ohio by the TJ. B. District Court upon ap
plication of certain bond-holders.
Indianapolis, December 8. Margaret
Quinn, an Irishwoman, was brutally mur
dered by her husband, Patrick Quinn, in this
city yesterday morning. Quinn has been ar-rented.
Arrival of the Anglo-Saxon.
Portland, December 8. The steamship
Anglo Saeon, from Liverpool on the 23d ult.,
arrived here this morning. Her advices have
PoRTLini), December 8. No iteamer will
all from tbii port for Liverpool on Saturday
pexU -i j ,j ,
Meeting of the National Executive Democratic
Washington, December 8. The National
Executive Democratic Committee met last
evening at Willard's Hotel. All the States
were represented except Maryland, Georgia,
California and Alabama. After a few inter
changes of opinion, Monday, the 23d of April
was fixed upon for the time of meeting of the
Charleston National Democratic Convention.
A resident committee was appointed to super
intend the printing and publication of docu
ments, it.) consisting of the following mem
bers: Hon. C. L. Vallandlgnatn, of Ohio,
Chairman; Hon. C. J. Faulkner, of Va.;
Hon. John Cochran, of N. Y.; Hon. John A.
Logan, of III.; Hon. William Bigler, of Penn.;
Hon. William . Barksdale, of Miss.; Eon.
Miles Taylor, of La.; and W. H. English, of
On motion of Mr. Vanata, of New Jersey,
the Chairman and Secretaries were author
ized to procure a suitable hall at Charleston
in which to hold tbe Convention, to issue tick
ets of admission to ths delegates to said Con
vention, duly appointed by the regular Dem
ocratic organization of the party in the re
spective States, and to make such other ar
rangements as may be necessary for the as
sembling and holding of said Convention.
A resolution was adopted with a view, if
possible, to correct tbs telegraphic misrepre
sentations concerning the interests of the
The committee then adjourneditiMcftV.
Fire at Dayton.
Datton, December 8. The residence of
Hon. T. J. S. Smith, on First-street, was de
stroyed by fire iibout 4 o'clock this morning.
The furniture was mostly saved, but greatly
damaged.. There was no ininranoe upon the
A. A. Eyster, Clooks. Watches and
Jewetrr, Bos. 341 snd 271 Weatern-row.
$f Use Howe's Cough Candy For tale
by John D. Fark, corner of fourth and Waluut.
j5"For Christmas Present go to Albert
Ross's, sonth-west corner of Eighth-Street and Weatern-row.
Who would not send a friend a Pic
ture, when they can be had for ten cents each, at 08
$ Don't DelatI The most artistic, sat
is factory and durable Likeness now made, is th
Diaphauotype, taken ODly at Carpenter's Gallery
Mo. 20 Fifth-street, between Main and Walnut.
Daguerrean Gallery, south-we3t cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford's
drug-store. Pictures taken and ut in good cases
for twenty cents. Warranted to please.
SULUVAN-IAMAN.-On Wednesday, the 71b
Inst., by tho Bev. B. L. Tourtee, Septtmm Sullivan,
of Ibis city, and lira. Ellen Lamm, of Columbus, O.
MOBTON.-On Thursday, fctcembef , at 4 A. M
of scarlet fever, James Farkr Morion, vouOf est son
of Mary Agnes and the late Wm. B. Morton, asad
one year, six months and six days.
The funeral will take place from his grandmoth
er's, (Mrs. Billerbeck,) No. 121 Martin -atreet, to-day,
the 9th, at 1 P.M. Priends of the family are In
vited to attend without further notice.
PILLING. On Wednesday morning, tbe 7th (nil,,
at e.f o'clock, Mrs. Mary Pilling, in the forty-Hfth
year of her age.
The funeral services will take place this morning
at 9 o'clock, from tbe residence of her brother, Mr.
U. J). Boblnson, No. 237 John -street.
NELSON.-Un Wednesday, Ceo. 7, Mr. Backer
Nelson, in tbe ninetieth year of hla age.
&UILD.-8uddenly, on the morning of the 7th
Inst., Mr. M. K. Guild, In the forty-aerenth year
of bis age.
Vunaral from the Vine-street Congregational
Church, on Saturday morning next at 10 o'clock.
FOR THE CHEAPEST
' In the City, go to the
Corner of Longworth & Western-row.
MARSH, CORLISS & CO., No.
5 West 1'ourth-street. Cincinnati-Gentle
men . The Truss I srocored of tou tome two years
ago-for a patient for tbe radical cure of Hernia, 1
am bappy to Inform you, bas done all that was repre
sentedin abort, has effected a radical cure.
Tours truly, JAB. SFAYTU, M. D.
FiNDtxr, Ohio, Sept. 2, 1869.
The Badical Cure Trusses, Shoulder Braces, Pup
porters, Hlastlc Stockings, Suspensory Bandages,
Apparatus for Club Feet, Bow Legs, Curved Spine
and other deformities, are made and applied by
Marsh, Corliss A Co , No ,1 West . Fourth-street,
south aide, opposite the High Steeple.
A competent female to wait on ladies. dtc
Orrioa Litti.r Miami Bailbaad Co.,1
Cincinnati, Nov. 29, im.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OV
the Stockholders of thin Com nun r will ba
neia at tne omce oi tno company, in tne city oi uin
clnnatl, on TUESDAY, 27th December, init., for the
purpose of electing twolre Directors to serve the en
suing year, and for the transaction of such other
business as may be presented. Tbe polls will be
opened at 10 o'clock A. M. and close at il P. M.
By order of tbe Prealdont.
de8tt D. Q. A. EATEN PORT, Treasurer.
OrriCKOi the Ohio aso Mississippi B. R. Co.,1
Cinoinnati, November 21 , 1859. J
NOTICE-FOR THE CONVE
NIENCE of ahlosers. the Ohio end Missis.
sippl Railroad Company hare established an Office at
Mo. 46 Publio Landing, where through rales can be
obtained at all times on freights lor St. Louis or
point beyond. T. LOUQH,
de7am General Freight Agent.
Phrenological and Physiognomical
fMeWITH CHARTS AND DE
VtL BCRIPTION8 of Character, Indicating tbe
Occupation or Profession in life in which eeoh per
son may best succeed and be most useful and happy,
by Dr. O. BBASBA, No. m Fourth-street.
saHERCHAHTS FROM THE
IFCJ? 00UNTB7 who visit Cincinnati should
notull to purchase a fow dozen FBANKLIN AL
MASAC'S. T'ie Franklin Almanac and Diary for
1800 la meeting with an enormous sale. For sale, by
tbo single copy or by the dozen, by B. F. 8ANKORD.
.lion onn, up Bums, n. a. corner oi
alnut-streets. Price, single copy, 24
cento ; 2 lft per dozen.
ftS9OKFICE OK THE PASSE N-
NATI. 8. Mnrnerof Third
and Race-street. October
19, 184. This road is now open. Care will atart,
at Intervals of ten minutes, from 6:30 A. M. un.
til midnight, running eastward on Tblrd-atreet
from Wood to Lawrence-atreot. and westward on
Fourth-street to Smitb, and on Fifth-street to
Wood. Citizens will please bear in mind that the
cars will Invariably cress tnteroecting streets before
stopping for passenger.
ocla-tf JAMES J. BOBBINS, President.
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL D1S.
COVERT la ar.knowlariimd hv the mint em.
nent phyaioiens, and by the most careful druggists
mrongnout me u Mien stales, to ne tne moat eneciuHl
blood-puriBer ever known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent cures, than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Scald-hend, seal ernptlons
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit directions Cor the cure of ulcerated sore
lege, and other corrupt and running ulrors, is given In
the pHUiphlet with each bottle. For sale by JOHN D.
PARK, HUIRB, EOKSTKIN A CO., and OKOKOI
M. DIXON. Price tl. aeplSy
flt?9 ITHA8 BEEN DISCOVERED
Vbar AT LAST. The article that cures almost
witbont fall every species of eruptions of the face
hands, or other parts of the body. Is your face dis
figured with pimplea or an irritating eruption of any
kind; have you contracted that moat troublesome
dlseass, Barber's Itch; are yon troubled with Tetter
oa the bands, or elsewhere; have you any annoying,
Irritating, Itching, Inflamed eruption of any kind;
go at once and obtain a pamphlet describing tbe
effects of Palmer's Lotion, and giving an amount ef
evidence In Its favor, that will -put to rest all doubla
ef Its efficacy lo theonreof all kinds of eulaneous
diseases. After beooming satlsflei that the Lotion
is oo humbug, procure a bottle aud use it, and you
will be satiated that the half baa not been said in its
favor that might be.'
rrloe 30 eentas or six bottles for law. m
, v.'i .' SOLON PALMER, Agent.
- no30 No. 16 West rourth-itreet. .
BONNETS! BONNETS ! A t
No. IS Wet Hfth-street.
Price greatly reduced;'
p9 ' J. A. HINDKBSOW.
TsVTEW JRUITS-209 boxes MR Raisins;
200 do. Layer do. ; JOD half-boxes Ratal ne; 200
quarter-boxes do. Also, new Flga in drums, French
Primes In kegs, Currants, Citron, Ac. In store and
for sale by AARON A. COLTKB,
de9 Noa. 319 and 321 Main-strset.
FIRE-CRACKERS. 200 boxes No. 1 Gold
Chop. In store and for sale by
AARON A. COLTKB,
de9 Noa. 819 and 321 Main-street.
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS.-I am
dally in receipt of the very beat In cans and
half-cans. AARON A. COLTKB,
d9 Noa. .UK and 321 Main-street.
LR. AND MRS. SHANKS'S
lHatlonnl nnll, VlBff-ntreet, above Fifth...
Tha letawAna ara mn an-antTAfl Hint: hnfflnriAr r.in
a. .1 iIaAI ,
i FIRE AND MARINE.
Eagle Insurance Company,
J. W. GARRISON, President.
8. W. BEKDEIt, Secretary.
DiBECTOie Henry Kessler, Anthony Fay. Wm.
Wood, J. W. Garrison, Samuel U. Taft, George W.
Townley. Smith Betls.
Suavavoas J. B. Lawder and David Baker. d9ay
"D a try
141 Walnut-street, below Fourth,
HAS THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF
FINK FUBS In tbe city, purchased low, and
will be sold reasonably.
HUDSON BAY SABLE,
A genuine article, surpass anything ever offered ia
this market. Gentleman will flmla beantiful Hol
iday Hat, just the thing for making New Year's
deQtJalJp m Walnut-street.
Get tbo Illustrated Papers.
They contain, this week, the following Pictures : .
The Execution of John Brown ;
John Brown Taking Leave of his Comrades ;
The Night Before the Execution ;
The Bible Presented to Mr. Blessing, of Bait. ;
Brown Dbmissing the Minister ;
Brown's Autograph ;
Portrait of Brown's Wife;
Portrait of the Special Artist, Dr. Bantings ;
The Picket Guard on Duty j
Portraltof Washington Irving.
Full and authentic llepoits In Leslie's Fapvr and
the New York Hews.
Has no news of Harper's Ferry, but any tuantlly of
Interesting Pictures, and all the News of the Week.
Copies enough of all the Pictorials to supply the
world "and the rest of mankind" at the
News Stand of Church,
dciib INSIDK THE POaTOFFICft.
GRATES AND STOVES!
Any Nlyle Uratee earn be Set or H eaet n Ith
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FILL
orders rapidly, as we hare a large force of
Have your grates set with the patent before cold
weather, or you will regret it. It is poor economy
to use your grates set In tbe old war, burning twice
as much coal as yon need, and not obtalniug half as
much heat as the patent gives. The patent will save
vonr money by reducing the consumption of fuel.
It will save your health, by giving you pure heat
and plenty of it to make your rooms comfortable In
all parts. It makes your home cheerful at a trifling
cost, which Is soon saved In fuel.
Wf have now full supply of tbe Patent Stoves,
plain and enameled.
Orders may bo left at No. 20 Wast Fifth-street, or
aent through mall.
County and Mate righle for tale on such terms aa
will pay five hundred per cent , without any risk.
J. B. RYAN & CO.,
Proprietors ot Dudge's Patent.
J. BLAKKLT. General Agent. defe
WE ARE NOW OFFERING GREAT
In Cloaks and Shawls
BLACK CLOTH CLOAKS
MADE IN A SITER10I! MANNER,
FROM $6 TO $35.
SUA W TLm &
At prices below Ibe cost of Importation.
MISSES HA 111 I),
118 WEST FOTJRTH.8TREET,
BETWEEN TIN! AND RACE.
J. R. GARDINER'S ;
' ' . ' STOCK OF ';
Notions and Auction Goods,
WILL BE BOLD AT COST TRICES.
Auctioneers, Peddlers and Dealers are invited to
sail and examine the Goods, at the old aland, 1
Recond door above Fourth.
HUGHES & DORLAND
ISO WnlnMt-alreeti brio w Four th '"
Wholesale deslera i;
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Have this day opened a One slock of the above goods
' deaaw ' .
REMOVAL. B. OSMOND, M. D.,
Dentist, has removed la 173 Vioo-street, near
Seventh, opposite the Uaa Uflioe, j ,u noiO-bae
THIRD AND LAST1
PURCHASE OF THE SEASON.
I .-3, .
DRY (iOODS IHIEAP
FOB THE " ' '' '
No. 112 FIFTH-STREET,
BETWEEN VINE AND RAOK-STRIETS.
HAVING JUST RETURNED FROM. '
TBE EAST, I have purchased an
' , .. ::s -OF-.
FALL AND WINTER
ALARMINGLY LOW TRICES.
- I now solioit an examination of the under-mentioned
foods, feeling confident that tbe prices
DEFY ALL COMPETITION.
Will open to-day,
Thursday, December 8.
2,000 Yards of Fancy Silks,
At 31H Heats pes yard.
2,000 Yards of Fancy Silks,
At 00 Cents per yard.. . .
At 6J .Cents per yard.
ALL-WOOL FRENCH MERINOES,
Every Shade, at 50 Cents per ) ard.
50 Pieces All-wool
Chiiil z Delaines!
AtSlCoutsper rard. '
3,000 Yds. French Valencia,
At li Cents per raid.
500 pieces English Merhioes
At i:j Cents per jard.
300 riECES BEST QUALITY
At l.'ii'ftnta r yard.
200 pieces 11 French Chintzes,
i At lili Cents per jaid.
Cloaks and Shawls!
UK EVERY DESCRIPTION,
FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
Fancy Goods Generally,
Which 1 have reduced to pikes that will suit all in
want of such articles.
Ladies', Gcnls' and Misses
At less than Manufacturers' prices.
Chas. S. Weatherby,
No. 112 Fifth-street,; , ,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE-STREETS. '"
Silks, j l t : t ,
, , jMerinoet, ; ..
'. 51 f
iiiiiv miii i mi in
P 101,103 &105
le5aw2p . -1 West Fourth-street.
C. V. MACKEL.FRE8H,
. ftlaaameturer erf,
'fIN, SUEKT-IRON AND ZtNC WARE,
M. Baking and feirlliti Powder Box s. Tin Speak.
iiik tuna, nounnsi ana uwhmi in oujvm, no.
Hfth-etreet, Cincinnati, Ohio. , ,-
All kind o( Job Work promptly attenM to.
Mm H. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY
ADD GOTJNfiBLfiOR AT LAW and Sut
QomsalsaionOT of Hie Superior and Common fleas
Oonrt. Bank Bolldlnf, north West oraeref Mala
as xntra-streeia. ...... .. .. o.