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THE PBESS.
ANDT W. TBAN0I8CO, JOHN D. CALDWKLL.
ditom add raorataTms. -
THCH8DAT..
.DECEMBER 19
Tax, Tax, Borrow,
Borrow.
The Legislature restrict Cincinnati to tn
annual levy of aix wad a half mills for all pur
ports, exoept for the payment of interest and
for eohoola. Last year, on a valuation of $90,
000,000, wa raali.ed $1,018,200 oor fullltvj
being sixteen milli and forty-hundredttason
a dollar, viz: City, 10:10; County, 3:75 State,
3:55. The whole six and a half mil! allowed
to this city were levied. Also, mills tot
interest, and 1:35 mills, for lohool fund. Of
the aix and a lialf mills, the i 111111 ot "inkv
ing fund produced $45,000. For the proeent
year there may be realiied a larger mm. . This
subject, in referenoe to further debt to be Im
posed upon them,i of marked interest to tax
payen. To take up $875,000 olty bonds due
in 1865, besides the ourrent demands of a
growing oity will keep our taxes tip to a full
figure. Bat we had submitted to Counoil last
night two proposed enterprises, whlob look to
the isjue of nearly $1,000,000 more oi bonds,
to build a City nli and a new Hospital.
Shall the oity build either or both of these
edifice, now? Shall a tax be laid to raise tbe
ttoney directly, or bj issue-of bonds, are ques
tions which will have to be met. We need
cxteaiion of water-pipes, we need a work
house, all of these, perhaps, more than a hos
pitat. Tbe interest on the money to build tho
hospital, not to mention the expense of con
ducting, it would be $50,000 a year. This
enormous outlay is in the highest style of ex
travagance. The eity of Cincinnati should
proceed at onoe to rearrange, by repairs, the
present edifloe, or ereot a commodious, but
plain structure, not to coat over $60,000.
Wheu the oity builds publio hall, It should
be a good one, but wa eannot afford to meet
now the extraordinary expense proposed.
There is qfHe a division of opinion as to the
true policy of the city, whether she ought not,
like sn individual, praotice on the wiee plan
of jwj at you go t We would have a large io
teres t bill to meet yearly if the proposed ex
pensive contraots are to be authorized, and the
Legislature permits ns to issue them.
Borrow. Manly Discussion--We Want a Free
Public Hall.
In this large eity there ia a host of young
men growing up near each other, who do not
know each other, who not only do not im-
prove oach other, but who are - doing each
other personal injury. There is a manifest
uegieot of intellectual oontest, man with man,
youlh with youth, there is no forum in
Cincinnati for the general attendanee of
masly.vigorous youth. There are no athletes
in the ring of discussion. The two parties
hive separate rooms, where one-sided views
aro maintained up to the medium standard of
a reoogaiied platform. Bad as mere partisan
ship ia, It would be a sohool of vigorous politi
c.iX training if representatives of original
Tiens were afforded ea opportunity to dis
rate, to contest. ' " "
Polities has become demoralised, by reason
of being bound hand and foot by caucus. , A
tern.), apathetic interest must attach to raeet
iuga where the vitality of blood does not by its
free circulation give tone to the system. Par
tisan talk in either party ranks is but dish
water tfier office-holder's plates are washed.
What a new interest would be taken in public
affairs home and national If there was a
ball for free discussion In this city. 'What do
tho young men about town do of nights? go
w coffee-houses, shooting gallories, the auction-rooms,
the billiard-rooms, or worse plaoes.
What a waste of their golden prime, what an
indifference to the development of their Intel
iootual and moral powers:
It is time parents and people had eonaidered
t what this tends. .-
The young men of Cincinnati as all young
men are are of too much importance to be
dwindling in mental stature, instead of
growing la Intellectual power. ' To know what
they are, what 'they ean do, they must
measure strength with each other. Tbe
village days of Cincinnati were days of strength
and force to ber young men. We lack a place
for oren free public town meetings, as they
once were called. What have we, with all
our Improves ent, like the old Court-house
room? With near three-fourths of a million
of dollars outlay, our present massive struct
ure of a Court-house has do publio hall. What
are we going to do about it? If a large room
In the College Building eould be thrown open,
free, for public disousion; if semi-weekly
dlscuaaioos were held In the merchant's Ex
change, under the patronage of the Young
Mon's Mercantile Library Association, we
might have active, intelleotnal power in our
oity. The Cinolnnati College Trustees, owning
a dead trust in that building, should awake,
and give an opportunity to tbe young men
this oity, by consecrating a ball to publio use,
for. free dlacuaeion.
The News.
Mr. Democrat Wigfall hat been eleoted
United Slates Senator of Texas. A treaty
with Mexico hat been signed. In the Senate
out unanimous vote has been taken. Mr.
Mason's resolution to investigate the Harper's
Ferry attack by John Brown A Co. was, with
out opposition, adopted. The Senate refused,
by a vote of 32 to 32, to open up the Kansas
trouble, the Miaaouriana, it being charged,
having broken into an Araenal in Liberty, in
that State, and oarritd away arms to fight
free State people in Kansas. Mr. Wade,
Ohio, declared that Brown was evidently in
sane, and the attack wa a orlme hot approved
by Northern men. In the House Mr. McRee,
of Mississippi, and Mr. Talladigham, of Ohio,
made speeches j the latter expressed as hit
sentiment that an indorseror retommtndet
Helper's book ought not to be even a member
of tbe House. No -vote was taken for Speaker
tr on Mr. Clarke's resolution. Adjourned.
Union Meeting.
A oall far a Union Meeting in this city, we
1,-arn, is in circulation. ' So ' far to' gdod.
1ou't let the meeting be a thlrd-Mte imprint
of some mammoth type of the East. Tht
"r est should speak out in original home spun
t'yla m noeramp-chollo despoadeeoy about
the s'Rbllity of the' Uoion but with robust
f joDieooe in the greatness of tht whole ooon
if, especially of the' present and future Im
p .rUnce of the mighty West. If a Union
Meeting . ean, have a temper of tblt spirit,
Mint the Pansr Paint one of the Fniou
avert.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, December 14.
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SENATE. Mr. Mason's
anpolntreent of a (Special Committee of Investiga
tion on the Herpor's Ferry Invasion cenie up.
Mr. Wade, or Ohio. uld that at first it was not his
purpose tospeakon the resolution. He made up lite
nilnd. when the resolution was introduced, that be
should vote for II, uot-i n account of any particular
benellt he supposed Wtiild result from it, for he
thought U would prohably hare the effect of Increas
ing iu Virginia tho excitement which already seems
tote sufficiently stroup there, at least for all prnctl.
ral pnrpoese, but over thia resolution the whole sub
ject of coutroveisy between the Northern and South
em States on the slavery question has been discussed,
and allusions hare been made to him personally in
such terms aa to render it essential that ' he should
reply. Ho had no desire to get upfrequently to speak
on this most hackueved subject; he had not boen
rery forward in thrusting himself before the Seoale;
but when measures of great importance bad been
pressed, he had been Compelled to give bis views. Jt
was said by tbe moTer of thia resolution, (Mason),
that one great object of It was ro arrest the slate of
Northern reeling respecting the invasion at carper s
'h' Ma..'.. . ..nri-fu-t fhA Senator: that
assertion had been once or twice ascrlhd to aim In
the course or this debate. hat it w-.s a luisuppreueu
slon. V) hat he said was that he wished t ascertain
from what source Brjwn derived the funds and
counsel which led to ne Invasion. He had rosou to
believe It caniecliienV from tile iew tngiauu mines.
Mr. Wade continued- Kur the basest of purpoara
the great party to which lie (Mr. wadei l.idonaea
hmi h.wn l..rnp.l niih rnmnllrltv In tills affair, but
he treated the charge with scoru and contempt. It
had been so entirely oveintniiued thai ll now foil on
his ears without uivlug him a single emotion; but he
knew what the iffiot of such a charge would be In
that part of Ihecoioitry where jealousy exists, with
regard to the acts and motives of Northern mcu.
Mr IV.rlttMitiH huTniwrilcri .fntin Rrown ftfl insane.
and asked the Senators to discriminate between i the
man and hie actio If tho State of Virginin reel"
.in..niw inmrAii at tkt. iDciindnn into her territory.
and the murder of her clllzeus, what were tbe feel
ings of the Northern men, a few ears ago, whose
FMiAtinn. . t frienfl. hud crone Into n far distant ter
ritory and formed colonies there, weak and feeblo.
scattered tlirongh that wildernesB, when they found
that It was the del tlierate purpose of a groat, pow er
ful and all pervading party to drive them out and
'fierCHthem to oherllenco. under institutions which
they abhored from the bottom of their souls. Tliev
were driven out, they were murdered in cold blood;
their property was doatroyed; they appt tiled to Con
gress for redress, and Iheyonlygot insults herein.
atead or sympathy.- When I state this, I state what
t no Know. ,
Tht. ftnvarnmAnt did at lenst connive at that band
or conspirators, who, among themselves, lawlessly.
witn arms oeioiiging w ine uovernmeiu. invnuru
that peaceful territory, took possession of tho bnllnt
lioxo and drove the citliena awny from tbe polls:
drove them away from their pnsseesi' us, and exer
cised tyrauny over them. But thnt took place a great
way on, ami am not create me same excitemeui a
when a similar transaction comes nearer home. In
his judgment, tbe only difference between that case
ana tnis was mat in it e caseoi ino naotins iuyh.iuh
It was made with no other purpose than to introduce
slavery thereat all hazards and by force of arms;
whereas, old Jolitt Bruwn, with his men, and a like
unlawful purpose, undertook to extirpate slavery
from the Stale of Virginia. The Free-State men then
got no consolation from the Government; but one
Senator need their language. "Wewlll subdue you.
You are traitera. We will hang every man of you."
Mr. Wade said he did not go back to those things
for the pnrposoof just'tying Joho Brown and his
crew in the invasion of Virginia, hut only to show
why it is the men or free State, to a considerable ex
tent do symptthize with the old hero, in the darkest
day of Kansas, when all her rights were in peril and
everything bioked gloomy there, and the Federal
rtnveramnnt faiud to Intbrnose in her behalf, then
it was that Old John Brown appeared on the state
of action, arming himse f as well as be might, and
commenced to do that justice to blm-eif and fellows
that the Government denied: nenia liwitn a oermsrn
and determination that challenged admiration from
hia friends and even respect from his enemies. He
drove the border-rufflans from the Territory and con
quered a peaoe. ....
Mr. Wade believed that Brown was maddened by
the .fane, nf hlnnrt ha hadwttnessed In Kansas, for
he did not think anysane man on earth would have
nndi.rtj.lcAn ttie enternrfsa. tie had ueter eenasill
gle person who justifies Brown's raid, fur the North
ern peopledo not sympathize with crime. He then
proceeded to reply to Mr. Johnson's criticism of the
RA&iihllcati nlatform.
Mr. Wade eaid he was Dot one of those who suppgo
tnat all tne s ave-notaors areaeepiy crinimni. nt
knew hnw Miirnm and habit wonld modifv the feel
Inge of men. Washington blmBelfwasaslaTe-holder,
hut tiA.-.nrA...rl htm.elfln hnnpa that that institU
Hon might be abolished by some means. How long
arnnlH ha h. n.rmlttnrl to remain in Virginia IlOW and
mass such declarations. Ho had been accused of
denouncing tbe Union. He would like to know wnen
ne naa cone so. .... .., , .
Mr. May quoted from tbe speech of Mr. Wade in
1R4A whan hA aaiii rhlfl TTntnn Wfla all ineietriciOU.
There was not a business msn am whore who, if he
had sncb a partner, would hesitate to kick him out
at once and have done with him, meaning such
ft nn.rtnr a. the Hntlth.
Mr. Wade admitted that he did made a pretty fierce
speech, but did not think that bis language was cor
tsctly reported. ...
Mr. (Jlar asked why he did not disavow tt four
years ago when It weaouoled here.
Mr. Wade I am not in the habit of retracting In
the face or the enemy. If the speech waa literally
reported it waa not done tya friend, but by an en
emy to the Republicans.
Mr. Clay I saw it in a newspaper snpportlng his
party, where it was highly commended.
Mr. Wade said that, he was at the time alluding to
the affairs in Kansas, and the manner In which pro
slavery Regressions were persevered in, the removal
bf the Missouri restriction, 4c, and he then de
clared that unless some means could be found to pre
vent these things, It would ultimately result in just
what be was charged with saying, iu making the dif
ferent sections as great enemies as two hostile na
tions. Mr. Clay said there was stronger Inngnage than
that in tho speech, and read anoth-r extract to the
effect that there was no Union now between the
North and .South, and the only salvation of the Union
was to be found in digesting tt entirely of all taint
Blsvery.
Mr. WadeI do say now that there ia no very con
siderable degree of good feeling existing betweenthe
different sections of the nation, and 1 do not know
to-day but if that sentiment, then true, is very nearly
true now. Northern men cau not travel and do
-business in the Southern ftates, as I read in the
newspapersgrest nutn bers of merchants on their way
Homhtodo business have been recently sent back,
not hscanse there was any particular accusation
against thorn, but became they we'e from a section
of which the South ie exceedinglyfjealous.
A fter further debate, the amendment to Mr. Mason's
resolution was rejected. Yeas 2J nays 32. ;
Mr. Mason's resolution waa then unsnimousl;
adopted.
After Executive Session the Senate adjourned.
HOUSE. Mr. McKae, of Mississippi, re
sumed his remarks, aaylng ho came now to tho ques
tion or nxlng tne responeiuiiuy oi uoiay in orKiun
Ing the Uouse on the Bt publlcan party. It bad been
shown that their candidate for tho Speakership, Mr.
Sherman, had put his signature to a paper recom
mending the circulation of a book inimical to the
Intereaia of tho Sonth. If, as the gentleman had
said, he did not know the conteuts of that work,
knew, at least, II ohsraetor; which is advene to the
Institution of slavery In the 3onth. Was ft strange
Q..,i.a.-n ,.ium.n ui,nnM Iia sensitive on the
subiect, when they considered that the, aentimenta
Helper's work were caicmeiea . proon- revoinnon
and bloodaued Iu tbe South 1 The party, which
their anti-slarerv course. saTe rise to tho resolution
of Mr. Clark, of Missouri, should be held responsible
oeiore ine oonniry lor lis introanction. liciper
hook was a mere incident to tbe fact of the gre"t In
crease of tho anti-slavery sentiments at the North,
men natursuy iei to sncn results aa those at Har
per's Ferry. He held the Republlcanscrlmlnally
for agitating the public mind in the North
ern States.
The r condnct involves the safetr of ths tironertv
one section of the Union. The antl-alavery doctrine
wnathesom and life cr Republicanism in the States
where it has an existence.
He denied, in response to a remark made by
Curtis, of Iowa, that the Democratic party was
pro-slnvery party. On the other hand, the anti
slavery party was afegremive, while the Iiemoorats
itood on the defensive. Wbat the KeimMlcansmoan
by the protection Of the rights of all the States,
understood to mean the destrnctinn f Southern
rl.hts. It was part of their platform that Congress
is ths sovereign over the. question of slavery In
Territories, and if thev had legislative control of t
Crovernment, would they not consider It competent
to sicwae slavery irom ine Territories ny act
Congress? Under that claim they wonld also abol
ish slavery in the District of Columbia. Georgia
and Misslaaippi in their reaolvea declare that
wonld consider the destruction of their constitu
tional rights, and would resist even to ths dissolu
tion of the Union. He called on tho Southern
in view of these facta, to co-operate with
the Democracy, the only national party, and present
an unbroken opposition to the enemies of the South.
any mtng calculated to ininre one section, injures
the whole oountry. He weuld see that no sentiment
goes out calculated to mislead and deceive tlin pub
l out calculated to mislead ana deceive r.tin pub
mind at the Sonth. With Veeard to the Union
tie mina at me ooutn. witn rees
meetings, he reviewed the proceedings at tbe meet-
Inget Boston, which waa called to give osinrance
tbe South that a aimed conservative sentiment
in the North for the protection of Noutliera
rlsrhts. and. raadia from the Chairman 'a Mr. I.in
coin) speech, said that he had expressed no senti
ment which was not en tertnlned by the Republicans.
Mr. Valladiaham, of Ohi'i, s( 1 any man who
inaoraea ana signed a recommendation tor tne clrcii
lation of an incendiary do-.ument like Helper's book
should not be Speakerortmember of tbe uonse.
gave way to a motion to adjourn; the motion
negatived. Mr. Talladigham then resnmed
rsmarks. and said he bad a messatre to riellvr
would hold the floor until tbe fourth of March next,
out mat ne wouiu oe neara. ne uia nor wisn to
this evening.
Another motion to adionrnwaanea-atived.
Mr. Valledlgharo proceeded and read from
Compendium of Helper's book extracts embracing
strongest Abolition ssnttments. This was the
trine which ftrty.eight members of the last Congress
ludorsed and rocommenaed to beclrculnted throiieh.
out the North and Woel, and yet some of these
signers nan recently assnreu mis tiouse tnat tney
Dot Abolitionists. Notwithstanding that Mr.
desired an adjournment, the majority refused to
hia wishes, fie .mS from clrcnlar avhli-h
recommended certain measure to produce a
ineurrection in ths Sonth. ,
Mr. Asbin0re,8. 0., announced at thtstimethat
programme was being carried out in South Carolina:
one of those most vile aud Infamous creatures
been caught In Greenville District with ten or fifteen
copies of llolper's book for distribution among
tree negroes anu nun eiaveuviuurs.
Mr. Cubb. of Alabama, exclaimed, "Hani him."
Mr. Ash more said they would, lie charactorlied
R.Ihv u a retiflffada and thief from North
olina; a man wbo dared notshow himself on the
tnat gave mm Dirtn. a corresponaence naa
f.innd on this Darrall Willis that made startling
elatlousaa to the complicity of Northern men;
treason was discovered and communicated by a
wbo nevorowned a slave in his life.
At balf-iwt Uvea motion to adjourn waa carried
Pf two nuuorny,
Bortoh, December 14. Tht sttamthip
sailed at noon to-day for Ltverpooi, via Balifax
eue laaee out u ajieoie.
Non-Arrival of the America and Nova
Scotian.
6aok7ii.lc, December IS. The ateamship
America ia now due at Halifax, with llTsrpool dates
to Saturday the Ad lost. Mo Intelligence baa yet
been reoeived of her arrival. , '
PoatLAND, December 14 M. There are no
signs of the steamer Nova Scotlan, now over dun,
with Liverpool dates to tbe 30th ult. There a Indi
cations qI'bdow.
River News.
PITT3BUB8, December H P. M. River aix
tet nloe Inches by pier-mark, nnd falling. Weather
LotiavaLK, December 14 P. M. The
River ia filling rap'dly, with eleven feet water In the
Uanal and utue feet water ou tbe I alia. Eight feet
coal-water un the Fulls, " ' "
From New Orleans.
N-.tr Oslkams, December 14 The Texas
Legislature has elected Wigfall (Regular Democrat)
U. . Sodh tor by two majority.
. ,ii..A. r.nn v... iim. in thA lAlh ear the Brook
lyn was expectod to leave shortly for ew Orleans
with the treaty.
From Nashville.
Nhvillb. Deormbcr 14. The Louisville
and Nashville Railroad has been impassable fr,8-
erat usys from toe puusiueiioeui in. . .iu-
slier'e llrcck. faasengers are taken over by hand-
Railroad Matters.
A r.nAN?. Deoemhor 14. Tbe old Board of
Directors of the New York Central Ballioad bat been
unanimously re elected.
HOME INTEREST.
mSf A. A. Eyitor, Clocks, Watches and
Jewelry, Nos. 341 and 271 Western-row.
TJan Howx's Couoh Ciudy For sale
by John D. Park, comer of Fourth and Walnut.
Srlor Christmas Prceents go to Albert
Ross's, sonth-west corner or Sighth-atreet ana Yt ost-
ern-row.
Darjaorraan Gallery, aouth-west eor-
ner of Sixth and Western-row, ovsr Hannarord's
drag-store. Picture taken and nt in good oases
for twenty cent. Warranted to please.
$&S SrB40Dt k Co. The elegant and fasb
onable Mercer and Draper Temple, on the sonth.
Aast corner of Fourth and Tine-streets, is meeting
with great success. Our cltisens, when in want of
Oothing, should goto Sprague'a and satisfy them
sslvca. Oivo them a call.
pSST Christmas ahd Hw Ysab's Gifts.
Storeoseopes In Mahogany, Bosewood and Leather;
8'oreoscopic Views In Gronpa,8talnary, Landacapes;
Steel Braceleta, Brooches, Clasps, Buckles;
Steel Slide for Bonnet and Dress Trimmings ;
Fans in Pearl, Ivory, Sandal-wood ;
Mourning Braceleta In Coral, Jet, Gold and Beads ;
Coral Secklaces. Shoulder Tlea, Negligees ;
Wax Beads In White Coral, Blue, Lavender ;
Card Basketa, Card Kecsivors, Cird Caaes ;
Odor Stands, Odor Boxes, Toilet Bottles ;
Jewel Caskets, Jewel Boxes, Work Boxes ;
Writing Desks, Portfolloa, Gold Pena ;
Crylug Babies, Speaking Dolla, China Dolls, Wax
Doll, Ladles' Purses in Leather, Wire, Velvet,
Pearl. Shell ; Traveling Bags, Satchels, Cabas, Dress
ing Cases ; Mi ersehaum Pipes, Snuff Boxes, Cigar
JOHN D. PARK,
delWwTtifh Fourth and Walnut-stteets.
DIED.
M ART IN. On Monday. December 1!, Washing
A Martin, in tlm thlrtv.slxtb vearof his age.
The funeral will take place from the residence of
his hrother-ln-l'iw, Ira Liudsey, corner of York and
Beltoviie.streets, Newport, B.V., this morning, at
III o'tloc.
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ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW,
Something; Novel.,
Soiuetl.iii? Hiefil,
For a Present for the Holidays,
Oivn be selected from the varied stock at the
Ladles' Gentlemen's & Children's
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AND DEPOT for FANCY ARTICLES
,100 West Fourth-street,
BETWEEN VINE AND RACE.
JAMES RICHARDSON
del 5c J
FOR THE CHEAPEST
HATS, CAPS & FURS
In tbe city, go to
HencaLley's,
deioliw No. 202 Flfth-etreet, near Western-row.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
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rope PROF. M. P. G A DDIS WILL
flpi.rar -rtim of his fltfrrhiaf Temiyrancti
onTtiUBSDAX EVENING NEXT, Dec. 15, at IX
o clock. The pnljiic are cordially invited. del4b
UrriOK LiTTt.1. Miami Kailboao Co., I
tiiiviuuiki( nut, ev.'a iry-ry, j
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
ths Stockholders of this (Jomnanvwtll
Held at. the ctii'' ot tne tympany, in tne city or uiu
clnnati, on Tl'K.t)A Y, 27th December, Inst., for the
purpose of electing twelve Directors to aerve tbe en
suing year, and for tho tntrjhscti-m of such other
bumi'.ss as may be presented. The polls will
opened at 10 o'clock m and cioaa at 2 P. M.
ny rraef 01 ths President.
deStt 11. O. A. DA YEN PORT, Treasurer.
OrncKor intOaio avd Mississippi B. B. Co., I
uincinnaii, novemner n. lew. i
NOTICE. FOR TilECONViB
MV.NCK of shleners. the Ohio and Missis-
uppi Ballroad Company have established an Office
ho lb Publio Landing, where through rates can
obtained at all times on freights for St. Lou la
points beyond. T. LOUGH,
dc7am General Freight Agent.
Phrenological and Physiognomical
EXAMINATIONS.
WITH CHARTS AND DE-
HCniPTIONBof Character. Indicating
Occupation or Profession In life In which esch per
son niay beat succeed and be most useful and happy,
by Dr. C. BUAKSA, No. 104 rourth-sireet.-Inoafmt)
OKPIUE Ok? liE
OCR RAILROAD
OOD1PANY OF CiJIUIN
NATl.a. W.ciDrofTblrd
and bace-streets. October
IS, 18.' This road ia now open.
Cari
will rilart.
at intervals of ten mlnutos, from 0:30 A. H. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
rroui Wood to Lawrence-street, aud westward
Fourth-street to Smith, and on Fifth-street
Wood. Cltieuswlll please bear In mind that
cars will Invariably cross intersecting streets before
stopplug for passengers,
o-li-tf JAMF.S J. BOBBINS, President.
.11 13 R (J II A S T S fKOH HIE
COUNTRY who vlllt nt,iilniiatl ihluiM
notlsllto purchase a few doien FHANKLIN AL
SIAHAC. The Franklin Almanac and Diary
ist is meellug witli en enormous sale. For sals,
thA . inula ajitiv np hw (ha .In... k. 1Q 0 o.7irnl,r.
at bis publication office, up stairs, N. H. rxirncrof
ruuiiu aim nainui-aireete. . Prico, stugle copr,
KENNED. 'S MEDICAI, DIS.
COVEHV 1 acknowledaarthr iWnii.l.m
Bent pliyalciaus, aud dy the most carofut drnvglsts
throughout the United States, to be themoat effectual
blood-purifier ever known, and to have relieved more
tufforing, aud ellocted more permanent cures,
any preparation known to the profession. Hcrufula,
aaItlheum,o'Sireia, scald-head, scaly eruptions
ot whatsoover nature, are cured by a few bottles,
the syitem restored to full strength and vigor.
and explicit directions lor thecureof ulcerated
legs, ana otner corrupt and rnnn ni nlcnra. laclvan
the pnraphlet with ech bottle. For sale by JOH.N
PAftr., SCIIltC.KdKSTmN A CO., and OKOBOII
a. lhau... rnwci. aepiv-ay
IT HAS BEEN DISCOVER
AT LAST. The article that cures almost
without fail every species of ernptlons of the
bands, or other parts of the body. Is your face
flgnrnd with pimples or an Irritating eruption of
kind; baro you contracted that most troublesome
dlseoss, nrber'a Itch; are you troubled with Tattor
ou tue bauds, or clsjirhiro; have you any annoying,
Irritating, Itching, taaarued eruption of any kind;
go at once and obtain t pamphlet describing
etfecta of Palmer's Lotion, and giving an amount
evidence In its favor, that will put to rest alt doubts
of Its efficacy In tho cure of all kinds of cntaneoue
diseases. After becoming antlsfleil that the Lotion
ts no humbug, procure a bottle and melt, and
will be satlsted that the half has not been aald In
favor that might be. . i -
Price Wlwiits, or six bottles for !.'. ...
SOLON FALHFiB, Agent.
mC'i i Ho. M West .fourth-street,-
Saisw'swatiriu
SPECIAL NOTICES.
The O lie-seam Cap. A very neat,
new style, tor Youths and Youtig Men,
. ; ' :, ; DODD & CO.
Hatters and farriers, .
144 Bain-street.
delOtf
Our Molesklu Silk Hat For style
and (juallty, aa a genteel Drees Hat, can
not be beat in the world. DODO cV LO.t
Hatters and lumers,
deittf '? : ' " ' 144 Maln-etreet.
THE SEAMLESS CAP.
Another invoice to-day by Express.
. .1 .. BAKKB,
deUd2p
No. Ui Walnut-street.
SPIRITUALISM EXPOSED
it il.tkinai. HAI.T.-B. FRAZKR
ana a rs. THOMAS will perforin an tne jinenomena,
embracing Tet Questions, Ddagnetiim, Odlo Jf.rii
Clairvoyance, Power of Mind over ilatier and Bpirlt,
o., TO-NIGHT ONLY, positively. H proposes to
take a glass of water In his hand, and If twelve men
can prevent hi in drinking it, by holding him at
arm's length, he will give them back their money
twenty-nvecenta. lo-uigni is jum vur -
OHIO MERCANTILE COL-
v.irnis PHiiKriftkAPHY We now have
clae entirely separate from the studies of Book
keeping. Penmanship, 4o., whlob persons wishing
to obtain a knowledge of this useful method ol
short-hand writing can enter, without taking the
lull co u rue 01 mercauuie siuoies, aa unwivi.
For terms of tuition for full course of lessons, apply
at the College. . ., i. H. CAftil A HAN,
QlCs i isjuiiini.
be
be
at
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or
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to
the
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and
Full
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
G-O T O ,
WEATHEBBYS,
-BETWEEN- . . '
VINE AND RACE8TS.
-FOB-
BARGAINS
-IN -
DRY GOODS
GREAT SACRIFICE
-or-
DRY GOODS
DURING THE
CHas. S.Weatherby's
No. Iia Fifth-street,
BETWEEN VINB AND BACB-STRKET8.
THE ALLIGATOR!
SMOKE-CONSUMING
Coal Cooking Stove!
Has been pronounced by competent Judges to be the
BEST COAJ, COOKING-STOVE
EVER INVENTED.
Patented Dec. T, 1858.
For aale by the Inventors and Manufacturers,
ADAMS & PECKOYER
N0VJ1LTY IRON FOUNDER!,
No. 333 Fourth-street, Cincinnati.
We respectfully refer to the following certificate
for evidence of the above :
For some months I have been using the Alligator
Coal Cooking Stove. Its superior cooking qualities,
combined with Its oleanlinses, mnst eventually seonre
to the owners a large snare at publio patronage.
.funi juuijaian.
one ef M soars. Adams A Peck
Stovea for some months, which
glvee entire satisfaction In every respect, and I
cneonuny rewmmenu it so lauve wuy aiv iu wain
a superior cook stove. H. H. LBAV1TT.
For the last year I have been using the Alligator
Coal Cooking Stove, manufactured by Messrs. Adams
A Peckover, whlob I consider a superior stove, and
r.w
tmc
vee tne utmost satisiaction. it is ine oniy stove
ate found that cooks perfectly with coal.
UJSMttl V ALLS t IK.
For some time past I have been nslngoueof Hssars.
Adams A Peckover's AlliKator Coal Cooking Stoves.
and can recommend them as being a superior stove,
giving entire satisfaction In every reepect.
soo, BtioaaAiiiii, ioas awrouan'.
I cheerfully indorse the above,
dais JOHN S111LEB.
Holiday Gifts, &o.
WE INVITE ATTBNTION TO THE
large and beautiful assortment of FA NCI
GOODS, which we have just received for the Holi
days. Bohemian Bottles, Pearl Jewel Caskets,
hemlan Caskets, Pearl rd Cases, Bohemian Boxes,
Psarl Porte-monnaiea, Oobemian 1'off Boies, Pearl
Inlaid Brushes, Ac. For aale at very low prices,
ALBERT BOSS, Vrugglat,
dels S. W. cor, ltlghth-st. and Western-row.
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
TOUIS EXCELLENT ARTI0LE IS FOR
Jt sale by ALBIBT KOSS. Druggist,
dels B. W. oor. Ilghtb-st. ana Western-row.
Choice Table Butter.
DECEIVED BY EXPRESS Ten brls.
aVH thirty tube choice Table Butter. For tale by
"; n JOSEPH O. KOTJBSI, ;':
Commission Butter Merchant,
deitc No. 1M West ronrth-street.l
GROCERIES, Ao. Choloa Staple
Yancy Groceries, Foreign Fruits and Mutt,'
Dried Apples and Peaohea. Provisions, Country fro
duce, will
-every article usually kept In a nrst-elats
Grocery
Families topulled In Quantities to salt,
the lowest maraei rates, uoooa ui-uverea u
customers promptly,
No charge tor cartsse.
A A BON A. COLT BR,
-No, lis and 321 Main-street.
' dell
"WXTHA FAMILY 1LOUK.-150
JCJ beat White Wheat Flour, jnst revived and
tale.
AAIttlM A. tMH.TKH.
del
No. 319 and 131 Msln-strwrt.
WILLIAM DISNEY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW.Chaee Buildlnga 0. (EaatTlilrd.
ui
j
Bo.
.
and
and
at
city
for
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
HOLIDAY
-AT
DELAJVD;:-K;,;;
GOSSAGE &
CUYLEITS,
' ay esT,-
ni y::
''.-,' t ,1
West Fourth-st.
Velvet and Cloth Cioaks,
Wool Dress Goods,
Silks and Robes.
Rich Fans,
-AT
200 Cloth Cloaks!
At 8 and 6, worth S8 aud tlO.
300 Cambric Sets!
' At II 50, worth !l 150.
eTCXO
BIDS AND FLOltlNGS!
Kid Cloves, 75c;
All-wool Plaids, 37 l-2c.
All-wool Delaines, 37 l-2c;
Fine Printed Delaines, 12 & 15c.
Domestic Goods Extremely Low .
AT-
DELAND, GOSSAGE & CUTLER'S,
74 West Fourtli-sireet.
OrPOSlTK PIKK S OPKBA-HOrSK.
tdol3-TuTh3J
PURE WIN ES & laldUORS
FOR THE HOLIDAYS. r
mHE SUBSCRIBER HAVING REMOVED
. to his new building, No. 81 weat Third-street,
between Walnut and Tine, begs leave to call your at-
lowlug articles, oi nis own importa
tion, most of them having been seleotod personally,
Hiirlna a ranant nlnHUiira tfilir in KurOOO. atld PUT-
chased from the growers for cash; consequently, they
can be sold at every low figure, having uo commia
alons or expenses to add to tbe origiual cost
All articles warranted pure and genuine. No innl
tatlonakoptln the establishment. .
Champagne Wines, of the most celebrated brands,
ia qnarts. pints and half plnte. '
Htlll atwt Nnai-kllna C.i.vh. Wtnna.
Bbenlsb wines, orvartous brands, of the beetqual
''St. Juffenaid Chateau Marganx Claret, In" casrs
and casks.
fine Old Port Wine, In casee-vintage 1837.'
rine Old Madeira, In cases vintage 1815.
a"ine Old Sherry, In caaes.
Klne Old Maleira and Port W iur s, on draught.
Fine Old Brapdles of the most celf brated brands,
Old Scotch ami Irish Whiskies.
Prussian and Bourbon Wlil.kice.
Jamaica aud Santa Croix Rum. '
Holland Oln and Schiedam Schnapps. -
Cherry, Raspberry and Blackcerry Brandies.
' Lavender Brandy, .
East ludia, Vienna and Swiss Stomach Bitters,
Pine Havana Cigars, of varioua brands.
Fresh Importation of Hue Table Oil, French Hue
tard, Sardines, Ac, HENRY BBACHMANN,
del2-oodtjal 61 Third-etroet, near Vine, Cln'tl.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
. , CLOAKS AND SUAWLS.
Purchssers are invited to examine my stock of
CLOAKS AIVD SHAWLS:
.:. As I am confident t can tell them , ,
Twenty-five Per pent.
Lower than those houses that have to make their
Expenses Exclusively by them
No. SO Fifth-street,
Thrte doora West of Vlncatreet, .,
deldwTh ClWCIWWATr, OHIO.
CLOAKS AND
-AT THK-
CL0AK AND 8IIAWL ENPORllINt
! West VUth-atrect, ' ,
BETWEEN MAIN AND WALNUT.
I shall otTer SPECIAL BABQA1N9 In CLOAKS
of the BEST MATERIALS and STYLES for the
next thirty days, The Goods' are new and of late
manufacture. Also In SHAWLS-Ilrcche, Long and
Boners, very cheap. French Reversible, very new
Bar State, egtra good quality i Waterloo, Scotch
and other makes 'ot Long Shawla-all of whlob will
se sold at prices to defy competition. .., .
An Tfamlnaliou and comparison Is respectfully
solicited. : ' ' ': -!
JOHN A. SMITH,
dsobweod ' " ' No. 1 Flflh-airnei.
CHRISTMAS
1 Story .Books.
" ; i ' " " - I--, n.;
Juvenile Books;
;-Jj;-Toy. Books j
j 'Jjy.' Linen' Books ; '
i ' ' PrimerB,'&c,i
FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGE8.
TOR BALI BY
CAeFAaiTRaDGE,:
drl!c:p.'''
IW Main-street, above Third.
The Dim Pocket Chess-box,
(CONTAINING DRAUGHTSMEN,'
y i;HES8MEN and BOARD. '
Prloew..H.M.MM ... MMH...M..a. 10 cents.
for aale by C. A. PABTBIDGK, .
, j , .' Bookseller and ritalloiior,
'. (lej'3cJjj " ''!,: . '. ". ' o. 107 Main-street.
;
:
,
NEW
TO OUR PATRONS
TtrB WOULD BAY laai VUIt CTUUH.
VaV - rfln Watches. Jewelry and Bllvsr Ware'
,
liowrall and complete. Thankful Tor .the Very lib- '-
arai anu vuviuu. ...i ......... . - I,-:
tanrtad to our establishment for more than twenlr
rfri vears, we lake this method nt .inviting rar .
frlenS and the public generally, to cbntfnne their ;
favors feeling ourselves Id a fa hetler eondltioa ' . : ,
lavors, ""; . -iA. i..i. mt r.-i ,
now tnan lumienj, ; r,
We'begleave to call attention' td a new article v.
tavelrv made Trom tne new aisiai, aiunuuure,
frought from Parte hy.eue if our drtn, wbo bit
1 if.S Vinra Tie well aapplled with valuable artiolea. .
suitable to?p"e"entsfo? the preaching holid.n.
Thi damaae M T our Bilver-ware Manufactory by the
psssmpw "l"ii..lr.H .and ill we aovsanl s... .
K,! inT v Ity Is plenty or orders. We ar.
SrirSd'to ll he aamS with dispatch, and we . ;
SSmlae fun ?atisfacti?a to all who may please to -Favor
us with thercKals.gB 4Wes(Fjth t
The hlgheVt price paid tor old Illnt Wa ofall ;
BEGGS & SMITH,
' No. 6 est Fourth-street, ; ; .
Having refltted their Store, have rilled It with the
; i moat extenelve assortment of '' '
Fine Gold and SilvetWatches, '
SILVER WARE, FIXE JEWELRY
Y. - AND '
jp&Ncrsr goods
Ever brought to the Western country. These Good
ere MSW reelected by one of their Hrrn. Jnst re
turned from New York-many artiolea of direct im-
PODon"0faflto call. If you Want a Gold
or Silver Watch, Silver or P'ated Tea Set, Diamond
" other line ltitig.or any trtlolt L5
Jewelry 8toree. Thoy now have the B WB8T1 and
lAKOaHT assortment In the olty. del3tjal-2dp
GREAT SACRIFICE
" 'LorJ'-.''i' ? ;
JEWELRY.
AOOinMCCJO CAI t
(By order of Court,)
OF THE STOCK OF
J. R. GARDINER,
NO. 154 MAIN STREET,
(SKOOND DOOR AllOVK FOURTH STRJtBT.r
Sale Every Night,
UNTIL THE-
ENTIRE STOCK
IS CLOSED OUT.
D. K. Cady, Jr.,
deliaw
AH8IGNEB."
i;iiiv jiiiiihiiim Miinrx
Manufactory, eovlngtoii, Ky,:. ;
WARKIIOI SK, - - CINCINNATI, 0.
Nt), UO East t'olnmblftattrMt. ? (
MANUFACTURE AND 6TJPPLY TUB
trade at the atost reasonable prices and on tba
moat accommodating terms with '
GLASSWARE!
1 ' ' ' i ':,.' .
, OF EVERY IE8CRIPTION. .-.
lanterns;
' ;Li'A.M.:P S
For Oil, Fluid or Coal Oil,
AND TUB COAL OIL DEODORIZBD.
N. B. Jonca's Improved Lamps and Burners fsr
sale by our agent, i. 8KLLEH8, Covington, Ky.
. IdeMayl ,
Assignee's Sale!
GREAT BARGAINS!
SIO.OOO- IN
CLOAKS!
$10,000 in
MOUUMNG GOODS
- ;-' -V- "
' $10; OOO In m
Dress Trmings!
' Comprising tht entire stoek oi O. Lewis, at tht
Batter, directly , opposite the Pottofllce. BeooUeot,
they - i . . . ' ') "- :' ' ' "' '- - .
MUST BE SOLDI
delOtm ' ' H. O. fcllLBERT, Assignee.
WARRANTED PURE DEODORIZED
GOAL OIL.
WE RE SELLING THE BE3T
TIOtB of Coal Oil In the markot at
90
CENTS PER GALLON,:
'.! And art wholeaellng ai
! ,! Manufacturers',. Prices.
! , ; McHENRY i CARSON,
W MAIN-BTBKET, BEf. JiOTJBTH AND FlfTH.
tdeltawl '
J C TOWERS & CO
HOLIDAY HiCT!
' - 'THB LATEST BTYLBI , j- , ,
- MO. 149 MAIS-8TBIIT,
' -' ! One door below fourth."
delO '
i iiiisiiaaasj ;
.V II ..."
mm t i .
MAKH3 AP REPAIRS ARTIFICIAL
LIMBS in a suporlor manner, . Hatisfactory -rtfsrenosa
given. Address No, 1, Byeamere-etreet,
(jraer of Fnmiy u -i , , i deb
. ..a ,.:VfO&.'.'- AV-, ., ,.
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