At) T W. MAHOISOO. JOHN D. OALDWILL.
xnivoas m runuMU.
The Governors of Ohio—Inauguration
Whatever diffetenoe of opinion may be en
tortaioed by politician toward ths Incum
bents of offlee, it will not bo considered im
proper to alludo to the exemplary character,
ability and patriotism of Wot. Dennison, who
is to be Inaugurated Governor of the great
State of Ohio on Monday next. May the
State of whloh he U to be the offiolal head
oontlnus to prosper and sustain its high char
acter at sovereign State of the Union.
This is the honorable list of his predecessors:
Gen. Arthur St, Clair, who had been President
of the Continental Congress and a Revolution
ary offioor, after fighting the Indians In Its
defense, was appointed by Washington first
Governor of the North-western Territory, and
continued to hold the government thereof from
1788 until the formation of a State Govern
ment In 1803.
The first Governor of Ohio was Dr. Edward
Tiffin, from 180S to 1808; a portion of the time
of the latter year, Thos. Kirker, the President
of the Senate, acted as ftovernor; Samuel
Huntington from 1808-10; Return J. Meigs
1810-14; Otbneill Looker acting during
1814; Thomas Worthington 1814-18; Ethan
Allen Brown 1818-22; in which latter year,
for some months, Alien Trimble aoted as Gov
ernor; Jeremiah Morrow 1822-28; Alien Trim
ble 1826-30; Dunoan MaArthur 1830-12; Robt.
Lucas 1832-36; Joseph Vaoee 1836-38; Wil
son Shannon 1838-40; Thos. Corwin 1840-42;
Thoi. W. Bartley acting 1844 William Bebb
1816-48; Seabury Ford 1848-60; Reuben
Wood 1850-64; William Medill 1854-56; Sal
mon P. Chase 1856-60.
Ohio ratified her first Constitution Novem
ber 29, 1802, when she had a population of
41,915; now oor population is nearly two and a
Ws trust that in bis inaugural, Governor D.
will impress upon the General Assembly of
Ohio a due seme of the present relation of the
West to tbis Union, and Intimate to section
alists that the commerce, agriculture, and
manufactures of the West must be respected
and duly considered.
The Artie Search The Open Polar Sen.
The increased interest given to the subject
of physical geography, and especially to the
Artio regions, by the lectures of Bayard Tay
lor, justifies our reference to the contemplated
visit of Americans in search of the open
Polar Sea. Cincinnati sympathizes with Dr.
Hayes, who dwells with eloquent earnestness
on the topic of the open Polar Sea. Men of
science, men of progress in our oity, exult with
him in joyous anticipation of exploring these
"North waters." We have a thought above
pork, picayunes and (he negro, and confess
to a sympathy with the proposed American
enterprise, to be conducted by the Surgeon of
Dr. Kano's expedition. The Doctor proolaima
his bolief of the existence of such a sea in
mid winter as in summer. Morton, at lati
tude 86 deg. 20 ruin., had reached it, and had
traveled, In June, along the margin of this
water seventy miles, and from an elevation or
three hundred feet had looked out upon a
boundless, iceless sea. He reported that tbo
temperature of the water by the thermometer
to be 36 degrees. He believed it was there
through sun-light and darkness. Its broad
bosom heaves and swells under the eternal
day; its ioy margins lashes into frosty foam
the roaring billows under the gray dome of
eternal night. The mighty whale has there
his central home, and sporting unmolested
within his ice-locked fortress, mingles his
voice with the roar of dashing waters, start
ing tho midnight solitude of the silent stars.
The great bear roams wild over its frozen
border, and sees its heavenly brother mirrored
in the "vasty deep." When summer comes
its shores swarm with bird life, and myriads of
soa-swallowi ane eider and killi-wake ohatter
in the cliffs, and flit over the foaming oresta
of the swelling Waves. Flowers bud and
blossom in the valleys; mosses grow green
upon the slopes, and pence and plenty oome to
human creatures, who, guided by the polar
star, have wandered to the utmost limit of the
We hope a fully qualified representative of
the West will be selected as one of the expedi
tion. Cincinnati would be glad to bear her
proper contribution to sustain this movement,
and no doubt two lectures here by Dr. Hayes
would be well supported.
The West—How Do We Head!
Power is coming to the West. Like a No
vember freshet its wave is on our shore.
"Sixty" is upon usthe first decennial epoch
after tho half century of Anno Domini 1800.
Figures of our progress are to be added up
this yoar the eolnmns of population and
oommere of our nation, on the slate of 1850,
are to be wiped off, and another census is to
be the trestle-board on whloh our designs for
brief future are to be traced. The sound
ings made, the chart corrected, the vessel
again at sea, we may well ask, How do we
head 1 Use and action is our mission espe
cially so in the West. How shall the West
answer, and spurn the noisy clamors for dis
union. We have no time to spend in family
quarreling. Our rivers, and lakes, and rail
roads, are substantial avenues through wbioh
flow our commerce; oar farms and workshops
keep them stocked with products. We want
to fuss leas about national politics, and busy
ourselves more about home interests. We do
not wish to have our attention all the time
diverted to Washington City, for instruction
what shall be done at home. Now that our
Bute is to Inaugurate a new Governor, Jet
Ohio take a lira position for tho West in move
ments for the material prosperity of the Mis
sissippi Valley, and for the perpetuity of the
whole Union. In taking our new departure,
may our new pilot keep a firm, watchful
hold on the beta, observing well how we
bead. The Union forever.
Serious trnnhla la
m t n "
vuninwa wuTenuon. At is asm tnat there
will be double sets of delegates; that entire
blocks of buildings have been rented for the
purpose of keeping open house, 4c
aThe Spirit of American Prtu is a
nwkly journal just issued, in whloh it is pro
posed to collect the most Important leading
articles of the principal newspapers In all
ports of the country.
.Jt-There are two hundred and nineteen
easels laid up at Chios go, comprising steamers
propellers thirteen, barks ten, brigs
tweaty-flva, schooners one hundred and forty
two, aioops eae, canal boats twenty-six.
enny Preaa to be had every
morning at the Counting-room door,
only line cent.
Roots rot Sali Half the Fhrny Prmi route
in Covington Is offered for sale to a prompt,
aotive man. ,
Roots fob Bali A desirable route oan be
purchased, upon Immediate application at thia
Opsnimq or tbb Swsoinhoboun Chorcb.
The new Jerusalem Temple on LoDgworth
atreet, between Race and Elm, will be opened
to-morrow morning for divine worship.
Nbwb, Ac Maurios Freiberg, at the Spen
cer Houae news stand can always furnish his
customers with a variety of light reading
and excellent cigars.
LlCTURB BlFORB THB CATHOLIC IlfSTITOTB.
Lieut. W. S. Roseorans will deliver a lecture
to-morrow (Sunday) evening before the mem
bers of the Catholic Institute, at Metropolitan
Hall, comer of Ninth and Walnut-streets.
Cincinnati Hobtioultoral Sooisty. The
annual meeting for the election of officers for
the Cincinnati Horticultural Sooiety will take
place at Its regular session this morning. Two
tickets are in the Held, and It ia quite probable
mere win oe a large attendance and considera'
Mktboboloqioal Observations For the
rtnny rest, by Henry Ware, Optiolan, No. 7
Weat Fourth-street, January 6:
O'clock, Barometer. Thermometer.
7 A. m. .,........,........ 2v. 70 Above icro-20
13 -...........m.....29.65 Above zero 3S
6 P. U.M.M....J.M Above wro-40
Unpaid Lima The foUowing is a list of
letters detained tor non-payment of postage at
me rosiomoe, in to is city, January 6:
Orland Smith, Bec'r M. and O. B. B., Chlllicothe,
Dr. Frederick Waggoner, Oattleton, Ind.
Monsieur Legraa, Now York City.
Stkambo.t Robbibt. A man named Wesley
Jones, alia Joshua Smith, was yesterday ar
raigned before Justice Hanaelman upon a
charge of stealing thirty-five dollars' worth of
lead pipe from the Bteamboat S. P. Bibbard.
After a hearing of the case he was committed
in default ol bail to the amount of $500 to
answer the charge before the next term of the
Court of Common Pleaa.
Dibobarobd fboh Jail bv tbb Grand Job v.
The following persons were discharged from
the County Jail yesterday by the Grand
Jury t bat body having ignored the bills of
indiotment against them: George C. Hill, who
our readers will remember was imprisoned
some weeks ago for forgery, alleged to have
been oommitted at the Denniaon House, and
Frederick Hanaold, oommitted on the 27th ult.,
for stealing a load of wood.
Mbbtiro or tbb Tbustibs or tbb Mo
Mioesn Ebtatb. The Trustees of the Mo
Mioken estate held their seoond meeting yes
terday afternoon, at the office of the Mayor,
bat for some cause the doors were closed.
They have reasons, we presume, although we
are not certain what they are, for keeping
their proceedings secret, and Intend, we be
lieve, themselves to superintend their publica
tion. Pboobidihos or tbb Countt CoMMigaioma.
At the regular session of the County Commis
sioners held yesterday morning, orders were
passed amounting In the aggregate to $2,629 72,
of which $1,507 60 was for interest on County
Bonds; $107 66 to Samuel Burdaal for paintB
ud oils; $270 to M. W. Myers A Brother, for
clothing furnished inmates of Lunatic Asylum,
and $565 25 to Gatette Company for publish
ing delinquent list. Apart from the above no
business of importance was traaaoted.
Burning or a Passbnorb Cab on th Ohio
nd Mississippi Railroad. A new sleeping
oar on the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad,
whioh was lying near the depot in this city,
took Are, yesterday, and was entirely des
troyed. The porter made a Are in the stove
about noon for the purpose of warming it,
and while he was absent the car oaught. It
was new, and the loss to the Company will
not be leas than $1,500, whloh, we believe, was
its original coat.
Violation ok tub Sitintr .Inum
A man nAmad Dai-haI flniint.iirniati Ho hafnvA
yesterday, went before Justice Myers, of Delhi
xvwufluip, ami causou war runt to oe issued
for the arrest of LewiB Aokley, whom he
charred with h air in or vmln.1 th
Commandment. It appears that the plan tiff,
uauuveu oj a certain "green-eyed monster,"
belioved that Ackley had .been admitted to
favors that should hava haan Avr.ln.ival.. hi.
own, and he brought such testimony to bear
uiuu uio case vast aa aonvincaa ttio Justiee
.1...V. 1 J .t
iubv u uuu uoou wruDgoa in me manner we
have related. The defendant was committed
in default of ball to the amount of $200 for his
appearance before the next term of the Court
of CoinmeSi Pleas.
Board or City TupnnvauawTa At th
ular remi-weekly session of the Board of City
Improvements, held tMlirHu
Clerk was instructed to advertise for sealed
propoaaia to grade and pave, with bowlders,
the following streets: Findley-street, from
Westem-row to Miami Canal. Vinrfl...i.
from the west line of Campbell-street to the
Miami Canal; Webster-street, from Main to
Syoamore; College-street, from Sixth to Sev
enth; Lock-street, from Fifth to Front, ex
cepting that portion of the street on the east
aide, fronting the property of the United
States Marine Hospital.
Ane uty uvn Engineer was instructed to
renort an ordinance tn nhnnoa th c
Plum-street to two hundred feet south of
Water-street, so aa tn um th wot tn On
to the sewer at the oorner of Plum and Water-
Application wnn a Nev Rn-vm inn...
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RnnTW. . A MmmimlMllnn . 1 I
terday morning by the County Commissioners
fpAm . w.m.MfrA 1. at.- m .
- v m wuuui.wv jiuiuteu ay mo uinoin-
nati, CumsninsviUe and Spring Grove Avenue
Company, stating that a road has been located,
commencing at a point on thenorthern bound
ary uao oi toe oity oi uinoionati, west of the
Brighton House, and running to a point at or
near the Interaection of the county road, pass
ing from Camminsville to Carthage with the
Carthage and Vine-street turnpike road.
The nommittaa nelr. nn haholfif a-M ahha
Company, that they be permitted to make their
vu, Bujwiuiug ettiu uuumjr tobu, ironi umn
mlnBVille to eaid nninf. nf lnuut;An ..J
..... . v .UVV.OVV..VU nuu
termination in the Carthage and Vine-street
road, said Avenue road to be made from
eighty to one hundred foet wide. They also
auk. OB behalf nf Ihernmnanv K -.-J..M
of laying In said road one or more railroad
. e. - . f
mr me purpose oi running "sareet
T. M. M. L. TiHrrrnH P i.iBnf nB nu
"Liir i tbb Arctic Bioioks." Bayard Tay-
lor'a lecture hafora tha T.thni-
aHavawj WMV lailVUJ
at the Melodeon, last evening, drew so lareo a
hnn.. .1. . . -... l . i . . .
uu a tkui seat oouia oe iouna.
He lectured here lir
iect. "Life In the Artin twin. .! ki.
lecture was then reported hy the daily press,
w wiu nut ropruuuee an a Detract nere.
r-i 1 1 . . ......
Dumoe ii met nr. xayior wielded his theme
In a van Intaraatin anil -l
r j 0 wuvuiiiM uiauuvr,
and drew many wierd pictures of existence In
tue irosen regions oi id norm, ue exoels as
word-nalnter because ha has a nntu r.n..
and a varlod form of expression.
wnat pleases us more to an aught else with
BaTird Ta.vlor im tha imnraaalnn hti mthmbw.
ance, sir, manners, voloe and elocution give ua
of the true gentleman.
Of .the Amerioan gentieman be ia a favora
ble type, and we honor above every thing
the charaatar. whinh la avar tha f-Unl nf V...-
manlty and the defendor of wrong, the per-
Merchants' and Manufacturers' Exchange
—Annual Report of the Board
The annual meeting of the Merchants' and
Manufacturers1 Exchange was held a day or
two ago,ana omoers eiectea lor tne ensuing year,
whioh we have already published. The an
nual report of the Directors was read at the
same time, oi wnicn we give below a brief ab
stract. The following la the financial condition of
Beceipta during the year JI.1S7 19
Disbursements daring the year 1,087 7ft
Balance in Treasury.,... it 40
The first year of an organisation is the one
most likely to incur dibt. but with the Ex
change, as will be seen from the above finan
cial report, it has not only been able to defray
an tne expenses ineurreu, out nas a small Dal-
anivm tin hand This la i.maaK.I Mma.b.kl.
u wa. Aaa.a . u .viuvaua.i.uiMaailigj
for the outlay has been larger than the Board
has reason to believe it will be again, because
of the disbursements necessary to furnish the
rooms, advertising, printing, Ac, which, here
after, or tor some time, at least,wlll not again
The roll of membership is quite large, and
compares favorably with the Merchants' Ex
change of this city, and the prospects in this
respect, although the attendance is not what
tne Directors could, desire, are very encourag
The rooms of the Exchange, at the corner of
rnira ana walnut, are xeptopon tor tne con
venienoe of members, daily from 9 A. M. to 3
P, M., and a daily record of the attendance
has been kept, open for insiiectlon at all times.
whioh the Board regards as a good feature, and
therefore reoommends its continuance as a
matter of historical interest.
The Board regret that an Exohange of such
a character should he so little appreciated by
the parties for whose benefit it was organized,
and affirm that the oause does not lie In the
want of members, but in their individual In
fluence. They have not made it a place of trade, nor
have they attended regularly. They have not
invited or lnouoeii traders to attend its meet
ings. They have not made It a directory
representive if business. They have not sut-
noientiy advertised their trades and callings
on the bulletin boards. They have not ex
posed their articles of trade on exohange.
They have not generally used the exohange
boxes as a medium of intercourse. The me
chanic and manufacturers have not oloaed
their contracts here. The arohiteot has not
laid his plana open to be examined by those
interested. The oarpenter, bricklayer, and
mason, have purchased their material else
where. The Exohange, the report says, should be a
place of regular daily attendance, and the
regular trausaotion of business a mart and
an emporium for trade a daily resort of five
hundred or more meehanios, manufacturers
and others; a daily expoaitor of industrial and
kindred pursuits, a grand intelligence depot
where could be purchased all articles from a
load of sand to a steam-engine, from a plank
to a railroad oar.
The most difficult year of the oriels of a new
organisation has been pasaed; the Exohange
la free from debt; the members bave good and
comfortable rooms and furniture, suitable fa
cilities are presented for the transaction of
business, and the Board earnestly hope it may
be appreciated by the membera, that they will
oast of their previous indiffereaoe, and that
during the oomiog year it may benefit those
interested, and accomplish theobjeot for whioh
it was founded.
Grand Jcrt Reports. The Grand Jury
reported yesterday the following indictments
in the Court of Common Pleaa, Judge Carter
David Brown, breaking into dwelling houae
in the day-time; James Upton, malicious des
truction of property; Samuel Adder, endeavor
ing to influence a witness, and to impede the
administration of justice; Henry Ape, burg
lary; John Verhoever, rape; Geo. Benson, petit
larceny; M. Devine and others, robbery and
grand larceny; John Sohlosser and Wm.Oman,
assault and battery; Dorothea Waaler, do.;
James Franklin, do.; Daniel Kahn, assault
with intent, &c. The Grand Jury presented,
also, the following report:
To the Hon. A. O. W. Carter, Judge of the Court
of Common Fleas of Bamllion County: The Orend
Jury for the month of January, in the January Term
1660, reepecfully report Anally as follows:
Tbey have been in seealon nvedaya, have examined
80 witnesses in 22 cases, and report herewith 18 true
bills of indictment.
In the discharge of our duty we have visited the
Hamilton County Jail. After a careful examination
we believe it t be almost impossible for the Jailor
toenforce itricklv all the rnlaa aatj.hll.hAii fa .
regulation, and to eecure In any great degree the
comforts of the Inmates. There are, however, many
ruled mat might be enforced, which we find have not
men cuiupuea wnn. ui tne latter class we refer to
Not. 1. 4. 10 and 1.1 nf the irintad i-nlaa Thau ml..
it will be found, have reference to the personal clean
lines of the prisoners, and we deem It a matter of
imnortanca that thew ahnuM ha u. u. -ntnrnnA
The female department we find to be in much better
condition than that for the males, the inmates being
much better clothed and provided for. We would
state, however, that the jail ia Insufficient for the
I'urpueeB ior woicu it u ueu, ana we agree with for
nier Grand Juries, that the public welfare require
that the neW jail Should be COmnletJtri aa annn aa nia.
In conclusion, we return our sincere thanks to Mr.
Wm. H. Kerr. AaalatAnt PMavntln. . . .
his gentlemanly deportment towatdus, and many
act" of kiudness rendered during our deliberations.
SETH W. FOLGER, Foreman.
FRANKLIN CHURCHILL, Clerk.
POLIO! CnnRT. Althnnon tha uialaa f .V..
fl- auu.iuu lug
Police Court veateriiav mnrntno laaUil ...
ou uuur uu a uan, uuiy nine oases were ex
amined by Judge Lowe, and most of these
A biped that wears the shape of a man,
named William Gould, was charged with the
bestialism ot exposing his parson, and was
fined ten dollars and coats. It appears that he
was also guilty of an assault upon an unknown
German woman, but upon this charge he was
oommitted, in default of bail to the amount of
$100, to answer the oharge this morning before
the same tribunal.
Bernard Dorr was charged with stealing a
barrel of flour from a dwelling house in the
Northern part of the city, and was sentenced
to imprisonment in the County Jail, at hard
labor, for a term of two months.
flORBIBLI AO0IDRM AkOIHRB ClILB BURNT
to D rate. We have chronicled during the
present week at least a dozen fatal acoidsnts
by burning, and are now called upon to record
another death by this horrible and, at present,
fearfully frequent method. The nurse of a
couple of small girls, whose names we have
not been able to ascertain, residing on Walnut
Hills, left the children playing together in a
room while she went to the cellar. ' During
her absence the youngest, a bright-eyed child
of five years of age, stepped too near the fire,
and her olothing having caught she was soon
enveloped in flames. Her screams brought
the nurse to her side, but it was too late: for
the fiery fingers of the flame had already fin
ished their orimson feat, and the little sufferer
had become a soulless mass of roee-hued ashes.
Ninth Annual Exhibition or tbi Colorbd
Public Schools. The ninth annual exhibi
tion of the colored publio schools of this oity
took place last evening at Smith A Nixon's
Hall, and was largely attended. The exer
cises were quite interesting, and the pupils in
the different departments evinced a degree of
proficiency which refleoted the highest credit
not only upon themselves, but also upon their
teechera. The musio, both instrumental and
voeal, was quite good, and the affair passed
off in a manner calculated to please all the
A Straxqrb Rorbid or $150 and Almost
Killrd. A man named Jules Rlohter, who
has hut recently arrived from St. Louis, was
attacked on Court-street, between Elm and
Plum, last night, by a party of men, one of
whom tied a rope around his neck, so as to
choke him very badly, while another knocked
him down with a slung-ahot and a third
robbed him of over $160. The party then
beat him very severely and left him half dead
upon the sidewalk. When found be was In an
apparently moribund condition, and it ii not
now expected that he will reoover.
t" J. Graff A Co. sell, this morniuir. a
quantity of new and seoond-hand furniture at
n in. 1 'n) .a T n ID 1 . . . T. 1 A.
'"Pus's OriiA-HOCBR. The audience last
night at the Opera house wM veiTflne, and the per.
formance passed oft' with eclat. This evening the
new and thrilling play of Looiaa na Lionaaottts
will be presented in connection with the MinvnMr.B
Jiiom's DaBAH. That deliclona fairy, "Puck," wa
apprehended yesterday, M we imagined, In the act of
kliaiegtbe lips of a rose, of which he bed become
enamored, and, being caught, has coneented to ap
pear once more. The mandates of the talry King,
KOlMroa,,'arenotiiliJome,and the plaudit, of an
audience must be gratifying. We feel assured that
the house will be crowded, and if an Increase of
lovers have any charms for the mischievous and
sweet-eyed fairy " Puck " will not regret the per
formance. Wood's Thsatir. To-night the Dntoh
Comedian will appear for the lut lime at thia estab
lishraent, and an immense bill has been offered
which will doubtless crowd the house. On Monday
night a new p ay entitled Th Fataust oa Viaiom
orTKiFimiBi, will be produced for the Bret time.
It la said, by those who have beard it read, to be full
of dramatic interest and thrilling situations, and
will be put upon the stage with splendid costumes,
new scenery, and all the effect that properties w 11 be
able to give It. The well-known taete of Mr. Bllsler,
and the time he haa had to prepare for the forthcom
ing production, together with the interest always
felt ia a new drama, will doubtless draw full houses,
and make the play, If it prove to be what It is repre
sented, a complete auccees.
National Thbatsr. The audience at the
National last night, although enthusiastic, was not
so large as the beneficlare deserved. Her impersona
tion of "Adrienne" bad all the characteristics that
hare made alisa Davenport both a favorite and fa
mous, and in some of the acenea she excelled even
her already brilliant reputation. To-night she will
appear for the last time before a Cincinnati audience,
and she offers a bill which should, and we doubt not
will, fill the rhouse. It consists of Dot, ob Thk
Cbickst on tub Hbabtb, and the thrilling drama of
OHtBLOTTiCoanAY, in both of wbicb MissD. will
Mxlodron Hall. On Monday evening
the well-known and exceedingly popular Back
ley's Serenade! s will open their budget of burlesque,
fun and music at the Melodeon ball. As delinea
tors of negro ob.aract.er this troupe have attained a
high reputation, and their music and dances have
everywhere been loudly applauded. Hiss Julia
Oould is among the company, and haa already dis
tinguished herself to such an extent as to require no
word from us in her favor. All who delight in amuse
ment of this kiud, we are sure, will n"tfail o be
pleased with this company.
Conckbt To-niqbt. The New Orleans and
Metropolitan Burlesque Opera Companies Combined,
aive their last peformance this evening at Smith
Nixon's Hall. The troupe ie large and good, and
will doubtless have an audience that will fill the
Couhittinq fob Non-paviibnt or Finr.
The State vs. E. Holland and Charles Patten. These
parties ware fined $100 each, in the Police Court, for
for gambling, and were committed for non-payment
of floe. Air. Hoy contended thet the committal un
til payment of fine was illegal. Question under ad
visement with Judge Collins.
Gkneeul Tkrm. Jolly vs. Isham k FiBber.
Petition In error to reverse judgment at special
term. Opinion by Judge Storer affirming judg
ment. Adams vs. Stoddart. This case was also before the
Court, on error, and judgmeut was affirmed.
Singular Affair—A Husband Drops
Dead at the Grave of his Wife.
We have just heard of one of the most sin
gular incidents that, during our journalistio
experience, we have been called upon to record,
and one too whioh is as sad as it is strange.
About two montns ago tne wife ot Dir. James
Edrineton, residing a short distance from the
city, was standing near the fire-place, when
her clothing oame in contact with the names,
which were soon communicated to her person,
and before assistance oould reach her she was
so severely burnt that after lingering in the
extremest agony until Wednesday last, she
died from its effects.
Yesterday the woman was buried, and just
at the moment the earth was being cast upon
her coffin the husband, who seemed to suffer
extremely at the death of his wife, fell to the
ground in an apparently lifeless condition.
He was taken up and conveyed to his resi
dence, but, although still breathing, his phys
icians have little hope of his ultimate recovery.
Nnw Volumb or Tea Artisan. The first
number of the third volume of the Artisan, a
journal of patents, soienoe, art, discovery and
invention, published in this city, has been
laid upon our table. It Is a neatly printed
weekly quarto, devoted to the advanoing and
promulgation of all information which is more
particularly of a scientific character, and all
the various industrial pursuits. It is illustra
ted with fine original engravings, and is edited
with care and ability. It oontaini a weekly
Hat of English patents, reviews of patent ope
rations in Europe, and both typographically
and as a journal for familes and general read
ers is a credit to the publishers and the city.
The present volnme introdaces a new fea
ture to its subscribers, called the "Field and
Garden," and it is proposed to devote one page
of each issue to the soience of Agriculture and
Horticulture. This will reader it extremely
valuable to farmers and others, beside making
it more attractive as a iamuy paper. Ane
Artitan has become one of the inatitutlons of
our city, and we heartily wish for it a con
Psndlrton and Fivth-btrbtt Marxkt-
bfagi Strrkt Railroad Compant, The new
Board of Directors of the Pendleton and Fifth-
street Market-space Street Railroad Company
met day betore yesterday, and organized by
electing Charles H. Kilgour President of the
Company, and Geo. H. McLaughlin Trea
surer and Secretary.
The Ohio continued to recede veaterdav at
tbia port, and the river was still full of floating Ice;
but the Quantity going down wae not so steady as it
has been, and was lees heavy, enabling the ferries to
maae tneir inps wua leas aimcuity.
The weather was anlta moderata veaterdav. and
about ten o'clock at night it began to rain heavily,
and continued up to the hour we write two o'clock
The ice in the river will, it la thought, now run
out, unless the weather turn cold again. The gorge
above Pomery has not yet broken.
On the Landing nothing is doing as yet, but some
of tbe steamers are still receiving freights at our
previous rates. Considerable freight that would have
been sent by the river haa gone forward by the Ohio
and Mississippi Bailroad to Cairo,
BVKAaf BB Bdbb. The steamer THam'nnil. an nld
boat plying between ibis port and New Orleans, ran
into the bank of the Miuisalppl below Memphis, a
night or two since, and snnk In a few minutes. Bhe
was worth about 812,000, and was owned by Captain
DliLear. Her loss is supposed to be complete. The
passengers all escaped.
A A. A: Eyster, Clocks, Watchoe and
Jews Iry, Doe. Ml and 171 Western-row.
fiM 50,000 Ambrotypes and Melainotjypes
can be had at the Broadway Gallery for Holiday
Daguerrean Gallery, south-west oor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford's
drug-store. Pictures taken end ut In good dues
for twenty cents. Warranted to please.
BDCKBLKW LKAHAN. At Davton. on Tnea-
day morning, the 3d inst., at the residence of the
oriae s miner, oy tne nev, r . w. uonraa, tno sev.
Wm.' D. Buckelew, Pastor of the Dutch Beformed
Church, of Mooreevilie, N. V., and Mis Clara A. W.,
eldest daughter of N. K. L-eaman, Esq., of Kayton.
UNDO WILLIAMS. Thursday evening, Ja o. S,
by the Kev. A. F. Williams, at the residence of A.
V. Williams, No. 317 West findlay -street, Mr. Ha
inan .Jingo, oi mount Airy, nammon uouni r, to
Mine ,MolIle Williams, eldest daughter of John A.
Williams, of this oity.
' TRITT WHITE. In New Richmond. Ohio- Jan.
9, by the Rev. J. W. Oassett, Joeeph Tritt. Iikj- and
Miss Barah White, both of New Jtichmond. .
JAOKSOh-PEBBT.-On the Sd inst., by tha Rev.
C. Moore, at Union Chapel, Mr. Wm. J. Jaeltson to
Mias Julia 8. Perry, botb of Oinoinnatl.
SHtiBN HABNBT. On Tuesday eveniug, the
Sd inst., by the Bev. J. J. White, Mr. Henry Rolen,
of Galena, 111.', to Miss Sarah Harney, of Cincinnati.
KlilO. On Thursday morning, January 5, at IH
o'clock, Mr. Thos. King, in bis thirty-ninth year.
His funeral will take place from his meideooe, 71
Weal Oonrt-etreet, this morning at 9 o'clock. The
friends of tbe family are invited to attend.
BLACKITT. Thursday evening, Jan. 15, law, at t
o'clock, Mary Illiott Blackett, aged seven months
and twelve days, of insemination of the lungs, ,
The fnneral will take place on Sunday, fttn Inst ,
from No. 1 High-street, friends of the family are
invited to attend.
HII7E. At Oxford. Ohio, on Thimriav. tha !ih
nit , Mr. John Hice, of Eaton, In the thirty-second
year of his age.
CUNNINGHAM. In Xaton. on the 39th ult., Mr.
Rlizatnth A., consort Of Mr. ft. H. Onnnln.liam. In
the thirty.sUUi year of her age, i
STOCKS, TIBS & MUMS,
In Endles Variety
KM) WEST FOURTH-STREKT.
In Cireat Variety,
Will be sold below eost to close.
Ladies Will Please Examine,
. AT .... .....-. -
lOO WEST FOURTH-9T.,
100 West Fourth-streets
FOR THE CHEAPEST
In the city, go to
tielOtf No.263i"ifth-street,near Western row .
PRICES GREATLY RE-
nnnan ui . 1. I 1 1 .1 . 1.
iirr-ar jju KjLtV, OILIW luo uuuuaja wv uavc
' J .1 . 1 ..... a .... U . ! 1 1 nn
hand, some very fine sets of Russian, Hudson Bay
and Mink Sable, Stone Marten and Fitch, and a
veil -assorted stuck of all the lower grade of furs.
Have just received a fresh (took ofStone Marten
und Mink Sable Muffs.
wuu at is.s
Hatters and Furriers,
jajtr 144 Main-street.
NOTICE. OHIO LODGE, "So.
a D a Tk. U IV I fl U (3 W Rnaa.
WaaVa ,i.i-a. a u ... " w. -
iT..r. tha fftllnwln0amAnft merit to Our Bv-LawS : Art.
II. Bee. 3, to strike out the word " eight " and insert
"live" Also in thesameseotion,tostrikeout"one
dollar" and insert "ttftyceuts." A full attendance
of tb members is requested on NEXT MONDAY
KVENINO), January V, at 7 o'clock, to act on the
ja7b 0. M. PRESTON, Bee. Secretary.
(Times copy It and cli. Press.) t
KENTUCKY LODGE, NO. 1,
A. P. A The members of all the Lodges
of tue Am.rican Protestant Association are respeon
I'ully invited to meet the members of Kentucky
Lodge, No. I, A. P. A., at their Hall, on THOK8-
naV ik. ivthAfJiniiin .1 1 n'nlnr.lc. for tha niir.
pose 'of celebrating their anniversary. By order of
I lie Heoretary oi vomnmiee. n. o. nvnoun.
MASONIC . ADJOURNED
MEETING of MIAMI LODGE. No
in. F. and A. M.. will he held THla IHatur-
ilavl KVRN1NO. at 7 o'clock, for work. All
Masons in aood standing are respectfully in
vited. By order of the W. M.
ja7a JOHN fl. PABH, Secretary.
THE REV. MR. BREWER, AN
able and eloauent Minister of the Ohriet.
n unnreh. will amlst tha Paator. Kldar J AMKi M
I1KNEY, in the services on LOBD'S DAT, at 11 A.
U. and 7 P. M.,ln Christian Chapel, on Sixth-street,
near Hmith. The publio are earnestly Invited to
CHILBLAINS AND FROST
ED FEET. Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetio
tuition is the never-failing remedy for these great
annoyances. It not only effects a complete cure,
often by one thorough application, but it decrease
the liability to a return of the same difficulty. For
sale Dy druggists generally.
SOLON PALMER, Agent,
de2 No. 86 West Fourth-street
(liNtnNiVATi. Dec. 17. ISM. Mr. 8. Palmer
'oar Sir: onie lire year since I received a severe
lumrr on my left arm, near the elbow, since which
I have been greatly annoyed by a eutanrous disease
on the same. After using various remedies withont
success, i was induced to try your Vegetable Cos
motio Lotion , and am happy in informing yon that
the use of balf a bottle haa left my arm aa smooth
iidu tree irom uieease aa its mate.
JOHN W. DANKNUOWER.
No. 146 West Third-street.
Korsals by druggist everywhere. Be sure to get
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic Lotion, and acceptor
nothing else. HOLON PALMKK, Agent.
ile29 No. SB West fourth-street, Olnotnnatl, O.
iSfKE"N NED H MEDICAL D1S.
Uftt7 COVBBY is acknowledged by the most em
nent physicians, and by the ruoat careful druggist
throughout tbe United States, to be the most effectual
blood -purifier ever known, and to hare relieved more
suffering, and eflected more permanent euros, than
any preparation known to tho profession. Scrofula,
Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Scald-head, scaly eruption
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few Bottles, and
Hie system restored.' to foil strength and vigor. Full
and explicit directions for the cure of ulcerated sore
leys, and other corn, pt and running ulcere, is given in
the pamphlet with each bottle. For sale hy JOHN D.
PARE, STJIRE, ECKSTEIN t CO., and OEOBQE
M.DIXON. Price SI. sepl9-ay
OFFICE OF TBE PASSEN
COMPANY OF CINOIN-
H ATI. 8. W. corner of Third
and Bace-streete. October-
14, lMD.-Thl road Is now open. Car will start,
at intervals or ten minutes, from 9:30 A. M. un.
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrenoe-street, and westward on
Fourth-street to Smith, and on Fifth-street to
Wood. Cltisens will please bear in mind that the
car will Invariably cross intersecting street before
stopping for passenger.
onlO-tT JAMKH J. HOBBTNSI. Prmrtdont.
GROVER & BAKER'S
' SHUTTLE AND FAMILY
PRICES FROM $50 TO 9125.
;'; 658.8 ,
Auuual Election of Officers . -1
or 'tbb '
Cincinnati Horticultural Society
' ' To be held at Bacon's Bnlldtng, "
CORNER OF WALNUT AND 8IiTH-8TB., :
Thia Dny, Jan'y 7, from 11 to 4 o'oloek.
For PreBldent-8. W. Haseltlne.
Vice-Presidents John P. Foote, William Blomi,
Recording Secretary K. ). Hooper. . ,.
Corresponding Secretary E. P. Uranch.
Treasurer Howell Oano. : . i :'.
Librarian-T. IT. Allen. ,.
Council John B. Gerard, Robert Retley, John L.
Scott. . .. i "
tfrutt Oommlttee-J. A. Warder, M. 8. Wade, Wm.
Beaver, D. V. Pienon, George OatU . ,
, Slower Commlttee-WUIiam Sbneider, Oha. Beck,
J. H. Jaakeon, H. Herling, Wm. Banders. ' '
Vegetable Committee Dr. W. Sturm, Dardol For.
raster, Charles Parnell, P, Considine, W. F. Bowen.
Library Committee-John P. Foote, B. F. Ban.,
ford. It , u. Cary, J, A. Warder, John Ii. Boott, '..l '
D. B. PI ERHON.l ..,,.,
WM', ADDib'. ' Committee. '
J. B. COOK,
A VAN A CIGAKS Of tho choioest
brand also flneat nnalitlna af (Jhawlnff To-
jaT , ' v: Corner Ninth and Vine-streets. '
OLD GOVKHNMENT JAVA, OLD MO
CHA, and very superior old Rio Ooffcos, at
ja7 l' Corner Ninth and Viiie-ntreet.
mTi'wTTKAX FLOUR-Tho best
White Wheat Flour In the city can be had at
., Corner Ninth and Vlne-etreets.
N. B.HJood delivered to any part of the city with
promptness and without charge. ja7 ,
. r ' 7
k--rW-f.rt--i-a a- la. I -m
THE PENNY PRESS
BEST PAPER IN TBE CITT.
BE8T PAPER IN THE CITY.
BE8T PAPER IN THE CITY.
NOW IS THE TIME
NOW 18 THE TIME
NOW IB THE TIME
TO SEND IN YOTJB NAMES.
TO BEND IN YOUR NAMES.
TO BEND IN YOUR NAMES.
BIX CENTS A W BEE
BIX CENTS A WXEk
BIX CENT8 A WJKK
WILL PAY FOR THE PRESS.
WILL PAY TOR THE PBESB.
WILL PAY FOB THB PBE8B.
14 WST FOTJTITH-BTBE KT.
14 WEST FOUBTH-STBEET.
14 WEST FOURTH -BTBEET.
Comprising the entire stock of f. Lewis, at the
Bazaar, directly opposite the Postofnce. Recolleot, .
MUST BE SOLD!
delOam H. O. GILBERT, Assignee.
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE FOR
mending Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Glass
Wholesale Depot. No. 30 Platt-street, New York.
AdUre HENRY O. BPALDINQ 4 CO.,
Bex No. 3,600, New York.
Put up for Dealers in Cases containing four, eight,
npd twelve doaen a beautiful Lithograph Show
Card accompanying each package.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED NEW
GOODS by Express, and our assortment of
Hudson' Bny Sable)
Htone Marten I
Cannda and ttllnk Hnbln;
Fitehf Slberliin, Biulrrel, oVc,
fs complete and unusually inviting. Ws havo a great
variety of nice and handsome set of ,
ALSO Fur Oloves, Collar, Robes, Fur Coats, Ao.
We inv ite all purchasers of
To call and make selections from our stock of useful
and seasonable presents, which we atfer at yew low
C. B. CAMP & CO.,
del6tf No. 93 West Third-street.
If You Want
ffj Fine, Fat, Freah Oistibs,
Magnum Bonums, at his Wholesale and Retail Oya
253 253 253 253 253
no29 Fifth door above Sixth, west side.
SADDLE, TRUNK iND HARNESS
(U Itlald-etreet, three doors above Third,
KEEP ON AND AND MAKE TO OR
DER all k nds of Horse Trappings, in the beat
and most substantial manner. Also, a large assort
ment of Horse Blanket, W hip. Carpet and Leather
II s. Bridle Bit. Buffalo Robe, Valises (the real
ole-leather). Hail Trunks, Sponge, and a large a
wrtment belonging to thia line. I will sell as low
m the lowest.
D. 8. CABRICK! ,
No. 48 FOCrtfa-STREET,
THB f GBNOT FOR THE SALE OF GEO
B. Bloat A Co'. Family Eewlng Machines hai
illy tewing Machine haa
been removed to .No, 30
iiejuuiaiiinra. uaeam) a. n. uwn., Agent.
FRESH PEACHES IN CANS AT i ,.
j' r. "... i,.ri- ..' ' OOLTIR'SV' .
ja ! No. 8U and 331 Main-street.
FRESH TOMATOES IN CANS AT
- , .... COLTER'S. : ,
' j: . ' : i jnue. 3iv aan hi aiain-Bireeu
API0CA AND 8AQ0 at
sjgWfiC. Bfisp aft!. ! p
JJ Save the Pieces! v.
A .. INM. ! t llata-atrai.; 1 tiT
MACCAR0NI AND VERMI0BLLI ,AT ; ,
t ii ' COLTtR'8, 1 , i ,
jafi '' "' 3 M .No.3U,nd3aiMaln-etraM:- f
TRISH AND SCOTCH WHISKY. Noth".
I -a Ing eaa Be more pieaeaat or a com winter's
I sight than a good Irish or Hootch Whisky Flinch,
. and nowhere can better whisky be got than at
. , Je3l f UtOCHOM'B, Conser Mlnth and Vine .
,'JU' ill; llj'll'l l-H'V
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