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Ah IT W. FBANOISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL,
ssrcoaa akp peorataTflas.
The Sad Disaster at Lawrence, Mass.
A thrill of horror will spread over the land
on reading the dispatch that over two hundred
and fifty factory operative), of the Pembertcn
Mills, were crushed to death, yesterday,
mostly young women, at Lawrence, Mass.
This is lad, sad newt.
The Democratic Convention of Kentucky.
Guthrie delegates to the Charleston Conven
tion were chosen, and the Baohanan Admin
istration indorsed, yesterday, at Frankfort.
Douglas doctrines were piiohed into.
On the 4th Inst, a Convention of the Illi
nois Democracy was held at Springfield
Douglas delegates were chosen. Yesterday
another Convention was held and other dele
Soldiers of 1812—Convention at Columbus.
There was a large assembly of the soldiers
of the War of 1812 yesterday at Columbur.
Col. J. D. W. Haynes, of Union County, pre
sided. John Noble, of Celumbus, and A. H.
Dunlevy, of Lebanon, were among those
ohosen Vice-Presidents. Judge Dunlevy ani
madverted upon the unpatriotic; demon of dis
union, and favored an appointment of a com
mittee of live to report what pioneers think of
the present aspect of the slavery question, but
on consideration his motion was withdrawn.
On invitation they repaired to the hall of the
House. Their resolution favored amendment
of laws so as to entitle those who served in tbe
War of 1812 to pensions; also to their widows;
and where any of their comrades had been
killed in notion, or died without reoelving
land, that the nation should give warrant for
one hundred and sixty acres of land to their
heirs, without regard to ages, if there be no
Liberality Sentiment—Views of Gov.
Letcher, of Virginia.
" Liberality of sentiment is the greatest oi
nament of man; it embellishes all his other
good qualities, and makes them shine with
double luster; it softens all the harshness from
difference of opinion; It lessens the frequenoy
of private quarrels, and makes the Jew, the
Christian and the Infidel lire at peace with
Instead of hasty words, bombastia threats
and unfraternal reproaches, Governor Letcher,
of Virginia, in his message, suggests "that a
Convention of all the States be sommoned,
and that full and free conference be had to
ascertain if the questions in controversy can
nut be settled on some basis mutually satisfae
tory to both sections."
He also suggests "that a commission of two
of her most experienced statesmen be appointed
to visit tbe Legislature of those States whioh
have passed laws to obstrnot the eieoution of
the fugitive-slave act."
The spirit of the recommendation is good,
and we are sorry that asperity of language or
illiberally of sentiment may have distin
guished any recent State paper of the gener
ous Commonwealth of Ohio, so as to place her
citiions in the category of being disloyal or
inimical to the sovereignties now so sensitive
about their slaves. Let the fist State of the
West be the last to show any indignity or in
justice to a sister State.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF OHIO.
COLUMBUS, O., January 10.
HOUSE. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Phillips.
Journal read and approved.
Jr Mentation of Pttitietu and Memorial). Mr.
presented a petition, asking the passage
o( an act for the more effeotual proteotion
against practices of usury, etc. Referred to
Committee on Corporations.
Mr. Herriok presented a petition from A. G.
Parrott and two hundred and seventy-four
citizens of Loraine, asking the passage of an
aot similar to that in force in Massachusetts,
for the assessment and collection of taxes in
the various townships in this State. Referred
to the Committee on Taxes.
Mr. Vorris,of Summit, presented a memorial
purporting to be signed by the Democratic
Chairman of the Central Committee, designed
to burlesque and rldloule the joint resolutions
introduced into the House by Mr. Hutoheson,
on the Harper's Ferry insurrection. Accom
panying this memorial were a series of resolu
tions amending the resolutions of Mr. Hutoh
eson. The Chair decided the resolutions out
The question of the rejection or reception
of the memorial was then taken up, on motion
of Mr. Vorrii to reoeive the memorial.
It was urged on the Demooratio side of the
House, that the memorial was disreepeolful
and insulting to the minority.
Mr. Harlan (Rep.) demanded the readiDg
of the memorial again, remarking that if the
design was to make an invidions reflection, or
throw ridicule upon any member of this body,
he should oppose its reception.
The vote was taken on the motion to reoeive
with the following result:
Those who voted to receive the memorial
were Messrs. Baldwin, Burr, Herrick, Hills,
Hitchcock, MoCune, MoPherson, Suire and
Vincent; remaining members voted in the neg
ative. Mr. Stedman presented a petition from J.
T. Johnson, and two hundred and seventy
four others, oitlzens of Portage County, ask
ing a law to protect the personal liberty of
citttens, ana pununing slave-bunting and
kidnapping. Referred to the Judiciary Committee-
Mr. presented a petition asking lor a
law to protect more effectually the separata
property of married women acquired beforo
Mr. Nigh presented a petition asking for a
onange in tne laws so as to give women equal
political rights with those of men. Laid upon
Mr. Nigle presented a petition asking for
the passage of t law providing for the emu
neration of the term of County Auditors on
the firet Monday in September. Referred to
committee of one Mr. Nigle.
Mr. Stedman presented a petition from
thirty-eight citizens of Portage County, asking
for a law making it a penitentiary offense to
sell or give away intoxioating liquors. Re
ferred to the Committee on Temperance.
, On leave, Mr. Collings offered a resolution
. requiring the Governor to appoint a committee
oi inree disinterested, persons to make a tnot
ough and diligent investigation of the oondi
tion of the Publle Works, and renort what let
islation is necessary to increase the resources
. of the Public Works, which was laid upon the
table and ordored to be printed.
On motion of Mr. Andrews the rales of the
House were suspended, In order to introduce
resolution inviting the old soldiers of the war
of 1812, now in convention In this city, to
seat within the bar of the House. Motion
Mr. Briff offered a resolution requiring the
Warden of the penitentiarvito furnish a slate
meat of how many persons are nbw in the
!iio Penitentiary wno oonld be safely liber
, ataa witaout aeinsaeni to society .J
The followinst bills were read the second
H. B. No. 12, Mr. Steele: To provide for
tbe looatlon of certain roads, and to prescribe
the mode of so vacating a long bill referred
to Committee on Roads and Highways.
H. B. No. 15, Mr. Scott, of Jeflerson: To
regulate the mode of administering assign
ments In trust referred to the Committee on
H. B. No. 14, Mr. Browns: To raise the
salaries of Judges of Courts of Common Pleas
$25 per annum referred to Committee on
H. B. No. 15, Mr. Davis: To redeem tbe
per diem of members of the General Assembly
to three dollars per day referred to Commit
tee on Pees and Salaries.
H. B. No. 16, Mr. Baldwin: To abolish the
office of Controller of the Treasury referred
to committee on
H. Bt No. 17, Mr. Baldwin: To prevent
kidnapping and slaveholdlng in Ohio.
' The committee appointed to wait on the
old soldiers of the war of 1812, and invite
them to a seat within the Bar of the House,
accompanied by the soldiers so invited, re
ported t-hat they had discharged their duty,
whereupon they took their seats in eompllance
with the resolution.
On motion of Mr. Stout, the rules of the
House were suspended, and the following joint
resolution was taken from the table, referred
to a select committee of one, Mr. Stout, and
reported back immediately, with an amend
ment asking for a revision of the laws, so as
to place the ohlldren of the soldiers of the war
of 1812, on the same footing with those of the
soldiers of the Mexioan war, the heirs of Mexi
can war soldiers being allowed the same
amount to the soldiers themselves:
Whereas, in our beloved State there yet re
mains a number of that patrlotio band who
risked their lives, their health, all that earth
could make dear to them: sacrificed the plea
sures of domestis life, rushed from the embrace
of their families and friends and went forth to
the defense of their oountry in the memorable
war of 1812, and many of them, ever sinoe,
and now, are laboring under severe bodily
pain and infirmity from the wounds reoeived
while in the service of the United States dur
ing said war, and from disease contracted by
the exposure and fatigue Inoident to camp life
and service, and in consequence thereof are
reduced to penury and want; therefore,
Resolved, by the Senate and House of Rep
resentatives of the State of Ohio, That our
Senators be intruoted and our Representa
tives in Congress be requested, to use all hon
orable means in their power to procure the
passage by Congress of an aot granting pen
sions to all tbe soldiers engaged in the War of
Resolved, That the Governor of this State
be, and heis hereby, instructed to forward a
oopy of the foregoing preamble and resolutions
to each of our Senators and Representatives
A lengthy debate ensued on a motion to lay
the resolution and amendment on tbe table to
be printed. Those in favor of laying the
amendment on the table to be printed thought
the matter of too muoh importance for hasty
action. Those favoring immediate aotioa
thought action should not be deferred; that its
immediate passage weuld be a gratifying trib
ute to the soldiera present. Pending this dis
oussion, tbe House took a reoess.
SENATE. Prayer by Dr. Woods. Journal
of the House read and approved.
Seond Beading of BilU. Senate bill No. 11,
Mr. Morrow. To restore the ten per cent. law.
Referred to Committee on the Whole.
Senate bill No. 12, Mr. Parriah. To aioend
the Game Laws. Referred to the Committee
of tbe Whole.
Mr. Harrison's bill, to amend the Police
Pcitiiont and Memorial: A petition was pre
sented from W. 8. Taylor and seventy others,
asking for a law to amend the laws in relation
to insane persons and Asylums, so that in
curables oan be kept at Asylums by friends.
By Mr. Laskey, from oitlzens of wood
County, asking for a law to proteot Wood
Bills introduced S. B. No. 17 Mr. Harri
son: To seoure the proper and prompt applica
tion of all money raised by local taxation, to
the specific purposes for which the same was
assessed and oolleoted a long bill.
S. B. No. 18, Mr. Brewer, amend seotion 10
of an aot conoerning the relations of guardian
and ward, passed April 12, 1858, as follows:
"When the same person shall be anoointed
guardian of several minors, suoh person shall
execute a separate bond for each of suoh
minors nnless it shall be made to appear to the
satisfaction of the Court that separate bonds,
from the smallness of theestate coming to law,
would prejudice their interests."
S. B. No. 19, Mr. Brewer, to repeal the 1st.
2d and 3d seotions of an aot to relieve the Dis
trict Courts, and give greater efficiency to the
judicial system of Ohio, passed April 12, 1858,
and the amendatory act Marcn 31, mbv.
Mr. Ready, S. B. 20, to repeal 3d, 4th, 5th
and 6th seotions of an act passed March 11,
1153, to provide for the publication of laws in
newspapers, and to repeal an act to provide
for tbe publication of laws passed Maroh 23,
1850; and also to repeal section 2d of an act
passed March 11, 1853, to provide for the pub
lication of the general laws in newspapers; and
to repeal an aot to provide the early publica
tions of laws and for other purposes, passed
Maroh 23, 1850.
S. B. 21, Mr. Moore, an aot to authorize tbe
Counoll of the City of Hamilton, Butler County,
to borrow not exceeding $20,000 to pay the
present debt ef the city, and to issue bonds of
$100 eaoh at not exoeeding eight per cent.,
payable seml-annnaily, redeemable at suoh
time and place as tne uity Council may desig
nate on the face of the bonds.
Mr. mrsa cave notion ot nis intention to
introduoe a bill to require the Attorney-Gen
eral to reside in Columbus; to collect all claims
dne the State, and fixing his salary.
By Mr. Parish: A bill for the relief of own
ers of stock in the Columbus and Sandusky
Turnpike Company. .
Mr. Ready, from the Committee on Munici
pal Corporation, reported back S. B. No. 3, to
give the authorities of Painsville, power to
purchase grounds for a cemetery, with a re
commendation that it be referred to the Judi
oiary Committee, and it was so referred.
Senate took a recess.
HOUSE Mr. Patriok Rogers introduced a
premable and resolution reoommendlng appro
priations oy iongress lor enlarging dimen
sions or tne uanai around tne trans at Louis
ville. SENATE An attempt to amend Harrison's
bill so as to repeal outright the School Library
Tax failed, and the bill to suspend it for two
years was engrossed by a vote of 24 yeas to 10
Tfli London Tinas on Gotham. The Lon
don Timet says, in a late issue, of New York:
In the last ten vesrs the larger part has
been entirely rebuilt; marble and freestone
edifioes or great size, beauty and costliness
have been substituted for the old brick houses
Broadway has been extended for miles; a vast
park of nearly eight hundred acres is being
laid out in what will be, before long, the cen
ter of the city; dwelling houses have been
built by thousands, far exceeding in elegance
and comfort the average dwellings of Lon
doners, and New York, with its suburbs, now
reokoning more than a million of Inhabitants,
may look forward to being, in the next gen
eration, not only the largest, but perhajs the
most Deauuiui city in tbe world.
Ten Richibt Wifs in Ekslird Elofss with
bib Footman. Mrs. J. H. Gurney recently
eloped from London with her footman. Tbe
lady was the daughter of the late Richard
Gurney, by whom she had a fortune of nearly
25,000 a year, absolutely secured to herself.
She was considered the richest married woman
in England. All this fortune she Is now free
to dispose of as she likes in enriohing, if she
chooses, the fortunate flunkey whem she has
ohosen for the partner of ber flight. Her in'
jured husband has already taken tbe first steps
i or oDtauusg a divorce. .
pWK new convent, to cost $30,009, Is to be
pat up in Brooklyn, H.
BlLLIOIIRHT DSKOHSTSATIOIf FliBVVb Ex-
coustss with aw Amazon. About ten o'clock
night before last a female of rather doubtful
reputation went to tbe Cinsinnati and Cov
ington ferry-boat and demanded from one of
the attache the sum of $56 00, which she
claimed to have loaned him some time since,
and while their relations were harmonious.
What words passed between them at first we
do not know, but the result whioh fol
lowed evinced that they were not such as
lovers should use, but rather of a eharscter
with those whioh rise spontaneously about
two months after marriage. Scaroely bad
they conversed two minutes, when fearful erios
were heard to ascend, whioh immediately
drew to the spot a number of persons, attaehei
of the boat and others, when it was found that
the Amazon was severely beating her truant
lover and he was endeavoring to esoape her
feminine, but fierce wrath. By the interfe
rence of the by-standera the belligerent couple
were separated, and the heroio Semiraula or
dered to her home, and threatened with the
grim visit of a polloeman if she failed to obey.
But the bars and doors of Pearl-street had
no terrors for her. She had sworn to have
her money or her revenge, and as the prospect
of the former was rather distant, she determ
ined to strain every energy to obtain the
The ferry-boat orossed to this city and then
returned to Cincinnati, bnt returned only to
find the fleroe Amazon ready again to com
mence the battle. Leaping on the ferry-boat,
she crossed to this side, and when here, think
ing to keep up the reputation of the "Dark
and Bloody Ground," she at once commenoed
pelting her adversary with bowlders and stone
coal, whioh was returned for some time with
g'est animation. The struggle continued un
til blood flowed freely from both the contest
ants, when they were once more separated.
Yesterday morning they were tried in the Po
lice Court, and the female sentenced to pay a
fine of $3 and eosts and the man discharged.
Attbmft op a Slavs to Esoaps i Dib
ODiss. Night before last, about ten o'olook, a
female, olasely veiled, attempted to oross the
river on the Covington and Cincinnati ferry
boat, but her appearance treating some suspi
cion she was questioned so olotely that con
cealment was impracticable, and she was dis
covered to be a negress, with her face oovered
with flour. She belongs to Mr. Alfred Mc
Laughlin, of this oity, to whom she was re
turned. Ssbioijb, if mot Fatal, Aooidknt. Tester
day forenoon while several little girls were
amusing themselves with playing on the rail
road track, near the "Pound House," tbe
the eleven o'clock train came in, and struck
one of them, a daughter of Henry Stumpf,
who resides on Bank Llck-streot, near Twelfth,
throwing her some distanoe and severely cut
ting her head, though her skull was not frac
tured. She is now lying at her father's house
in a very dangerous condition.
Court op Appsals. The following cases,
carried up from this county, have been de
oided by this eourt:
Satubdav, January 7, I860. Robinson tt
ti.Clinkenbeard, Kenton; reversed. Howell
el at. vi. Tiller, Hart ef al. Kenton; reversed.
Elliott tw. State Bank of Ohio, Kenton; affirmed.
Ward u. Arnold, Kenton; affirmed.
Robber? on the Cars. On Sunday morning
last, while the oars on the Kentucky Central
Railroad were on their way to Lexington, the
overcoat of C. A. Withers, of this place, was
stolen. In the pookets there were six checks
on a St. Louis bank, drawn in favor of E. M.
Bruce or bearer, calling for $5,UU0 eaoh. Tbe
thief has not yet been discovered.
Dr. Gbiknlkaf's Lkotstbk. Dr. Greenleafs
lecture, on "Our Heritage in English Song,"
was well attended last night. On the whole,
it was able and effective and the audience left
the room highly impressed with the manner of
the speaker, and tbe matter of the discourse.
Polios Court. Judge Medeira yesterday
fined Henry Matthews $12 40 for a breach of
the peaoe committed on Saturday last, and
Richard Everson $3 20 for getting drunk, on
the same day.
Corrections. In onr yesterday's issue we
stated that Judge Mooar'a majority for Council,
in the Fifth Ward, was 102, an error of five
votes, tbe correot number being 107.
Frankfort Convihtion. At the Demoorat
io Convention, held in Frankfort on Monday
last, Major H. Helm, of this city, and Mr.
Butler, of Carroll, were appointed delegates
from the Tenth Congressional District to tbe
Charleston Convention, and W. E. Arthur, of
Kenton, was nominated District Elector for
the same district.
Cans Pbbsrntation. Night before last,
Richard Southgate, Esq., of this city, pre
sented a beautiful and costly cane to Dr. Ken
dall, on the occasion of the latter leaving tbe
oity for Sbreveport, Texas. The presentation
was made by proxy, at tne norien House, in
the presenoe of numerous friends of the par
ties, all of whom enjoyed themselves highly,
and only separated on tbe approach of dawn.
WlT.T.IAMS-WAKKFIELD On Hondav. the
9th Inst., at tbe residence of John Wakefield, Esij..
near West Chester, by the Bev. L. 1). Palter, of
Glendale, Israel Williams, Esq,, of Hamilton, Ohio,
to miss magaie waxeneiu.
WANN--STETTIN1US.-At St. Louie, on tbesth
Inst., tr the iter. Sr. Schuyler, Hector of Christ
Church, Jobs Wann, Kaq., to Bertha, youngest
daughter of Joe. Htetllniui.
Duaun.-VD jnuuuny. kiiuiut wt m q v uuu. la
child-birth, Mary, wife of James Black, aged twenty.
DAK HOT, I.. Mora Carroll, onlv child of Robert
W. and the late Lydia B. Carroll, aged four yean,
sit months and twelve days, of inflammation of the
bowels, at 5 o'clock A.M., January 10, 160.
Tbe funeral will take place on Thursday afternoon,
January 12, at 2 o'clock, from the residence of D. H.
Taylor, 396 West bixth street. Friends of the fam
ily are inviteu to auena.
T, ANPHRA R On MnndaT evening, at 7K o'clock.
of consumption, sin. Bebecca 8., wife ef Edward P.
funeral from tha residence of her husband. No. 7ft
QMt-atret, at JX o'clock this afternoon. Thi
friende of tbe family are invited to attend without
FENTON On Walnut Bills. January 9. at 7 P.
M.. Sarah Frances, tonntrest daughter of Ao.-on B
and Nannie A. Venton. aged one year, three months
ana lour aays.
STOCKS, TIES & CRAVATS,
In Endless Variety.
KM) WEST FOURTH-8TREKT,
In CiJreat Variety;,
Will be sold below cost to olose.
Ladies Will Please Examine,
lOO WEST FOTJRTH-ST.,
French Corsets, ' ,
100 West Fourth-street.
Ua7-tfl ' -
FOR THE CHEAPEST
In the oity, go to
elOtf Mo. aea Western sew
'-" t ganaSHeaaM ' ' ' . W" - i . Vm i":'., t
fiM" A. A. Eyster, Clooks, 'Watches and
Jewilry, Hos. Ml and CT Weetern-row.
ef 60,000 Ambrotypes and MelalBOtypei
can be bad at the Broadway Gallery for Holiday
pf Sagnerrean Gallery, south-west eor
ner of BUth and Weetern-row, over Hannaford's
drog-store. Pictures taken and nt in good oases
for twenty cents. Warranted to please.
AST Akoihii Haifsi's Fibst Irscibio-TiOH.-Wlll
there never be an end to these tragedies T
Terror and Woodshed Is all we hear of now-a-days.
There happened on Fifth-street, last evealaf.tobe
some of the finest champagne and other choloe
lienors spilt that have ever been la this oity before.
Little Charlie " expects to set a fine lunch to-day
at ten o'clock. Call and see him, for he will have
some snperb oyster sonp, never before equaled In the
oity, besides other things in general. Don't forget
"Little Charlie," at No. SIX Fifth-street, second
door eaet of Tine. j
avtS-PRICES GREATLY RE-V-ruf
DUOED.-Slnce tbe holidays we bare
marked onr stock down to very low flguros. Stlllon
band, some very fine u or uuMtan, nuason mi
and Mink gable, Stone Marten and Fitch, and a
well-aesorted stock of all the lower gradee of Fnra.
Have mat received a fresh stock of Htone Marten
and Mink table Muffs.
DODD Si CO.,
Hatters and Furriers,
iM9-CAIEDONIAl: CLUB. -THE
tjTlm? members of the Oalkuonian Club will
mml ill the"THp-room"of the "Calodonlan Shades,"
No. 199 Vln..tret. on WEDNESDAY EVENING,
January 11, I860, at balf-past eight o'clock, pre
lMS!arSONK OF MALT A. THE
tPb? Members are requeeted to attend a special
meeting, to be beld In Boom No. 23, Pike's Opera
Bnlldlng (concert-room entrance), THIS (Wednes
day) EVENING, Uth, at Vi o'clock. A full attend,
auce Is earneetly requeeted. By order of the Grand
KENTUCKY LODGE, NO. 1,
A. P. A. The members of all the Lodges
of iub Am.rican Protestant Aaaoclatlon are respect
fully invited to meet tbe members of Kentucky
Lodge, No. 1, A. P. A., at their Hall, on THU11B
DAY, the lith of January, at 1 o'clock, for the pur
poee of celebrating their anniversary. By order ol
the Secretary of Committee. K. 8. EOBHON.
CHILBLAINS AND FROST-
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annoyancea. It not only enecta a complete cure,
often by one thorough application, but it decreases
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, SOLON PALMEB, Agent,
de2 So. 36 West Fourth-street.
rhumwNiTT. Dee. 17. 1859. Mr. 8. Palmer
iMirriir. tfnme five veara alnce 1 received a severe
Injury on my leit arm, near tne cidow, since wdico
I nave been greatly annoyed by a outanrous disease
on the same. After using various remedies without
success, 1 wae induced to try your Vegetable Cos
metic Lotion, aud am happy in informing yon that
the use of half a bottle has left uy arm as smooth
and free from disease ae its mate.
JOHN W. TJANINUOWEB.
No. 146 West Third-street.
For sale by druggists everywhere. Be sure to get
Palmer's Vegetable Coemotfo Lotion, and acceptor
nothiraji else. HOLON PALMEB, Agent.
d2 Mo. 86 West Fourth-street, Cincinnati, O.
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OFFICE OF TBE PAS8EN-
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IOMPANT Or CINCIN- Jiui lidUs
N ATI, S.W. corner of Third aSOPSiSf
and Bace-streets, October-g22Su!fialL.
1ft, I8.l9.-Thie road is now open. Cars will start,
at intervals of ten minutes, from 5:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence-street, and westward on
Fourth-street to Smith, and on Fifth-street to
Wood. Citisens will please bear in mind that the
cars will Invariably oross interacting streets before
stopping for passengers.
ocio-h jmhhb j. bubbims, rresiaenc.
Peach Orchard, Youahiosheny, Hartford
City and Syracuse Coals.
WE ABB DELIVERING TEX ABOVE
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order and prompt delivery.
UArcHtlill a HBKTKAtn,
Doalers in Coal and Coke, '
de30am 170 East Front-it., near Butler.
f U8IC PROFESSORS GEORGE
XTJt W.PBOSS.M. D. DOUGHERTY and
Brothers, of the celebrated and far-famed
West-end Serenading and Onadrille Hand
are now prepared to atfmd all calls left at 18
Hannibal-street. Music for Balls, Parties
ana soirees at tne lowest races.
jallaw' UEO. W. PHOBH, Musical Director.
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oi rater tne Great, xmperor or Jauesta. Bj Jacob
Abbott. Illustrated. Price. 60 cents.
HARRY'S SUMMER IN ASHCROFT With
Illustrations. Price, BO cents. i '
RAINBOW'S JOURNEY Being the second
Tuiume oi me " nainoow ijuckj oenea. ' By ja
cob Abbott. Price. 60 cents.
HOW COULD KK HELP IT? Ob, Ths
niaaT tbiumfhaht. Uf A. o. nor, author o
"I've Been Tlitnalng," " A Long Look Ahead,"
4c. Price. Si tt.
HOWITT'8 HISTORY OF AMERICA. A
Popular History of tbe United Mates of America,
from the Discovery of the American Continent to
tbe Present lime. By Mary Howltt. Illustrated
with numerous KneTavinite. 2 vols. Price. Si 50.
CONCORD OF AGES. THE CONCORD OF
AQB8 ; Oa, Thb Iidivwuai, ian Oaeaaio Bab,
out or God and Mam. By Edward Beecher,
D. D. Price, fl 28.
SELF-HELP With Illustrations of Charac-
ter and Conduct. By Hamnel Hmllee, author of
" Lite or George Htephenson." Price, a.
THE PROFESSOR AT THB. BREAKFAST
T A BLE With the Btory of Iris. By Ollrer Wen
dell Holmes, author of "The Autocrat of the
Breakfast Table." Price, SI. '
SEA LIONS : Oi, Tin Lost Sialibs: By
J. Fennlmore Cooper. Being the twelve volnmes of
" Barley's uooper," wnion Is considered tne nnest
J Tinted and illustrated aeries of books erer issued
n this country for the price. Price, 1 SO.
Also, a fresh supply of '
HELPER'S IMPENDING CRISIS.
Robert Clarke & Co.
55 West Fourth-street.
WINDER'S PATENT SPRING-CORD
BED-BOTTOM can be applied to any
bedetaad. old or new. in ten mlnntes. Klaitio
Durable Obeap. Dispenses entirely with slats, of
wnicn so mnon complaint is maue. aiso, an assort.
int is maue. aiso, an a'
sale, with Sprint, Bottom
nifnt of Bedsteads for sale, with Bprlns Bottoms In
Uall ana examine them
,. 07 ...... -' ' '
Will be offered during this month in
Fieured and Plain
. French Merino.
Delaine Dress Goods,
French and English Chintzes:
Cloths, Cassimeres and Testings.
1 i : ...
Damask Tableing and UapkinB; -
Scotch and Hnck Toweling.
Ladies' Shawls and Cloaks; ; i; '
Opera Hoods ana
Hosiery and Under vests;
FRENCH AND SWISS
Shirtings and Sheetings.
Bed Blankets and Quilts.
DELAND & GOSSAGE
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSim PIKE'S OPEBA-HODBE.
GRATES AND STOVES!
February and March.
rTIHESE TWO MONTHS GIVE TJS THB
M. worst winter weather we have In this climate.
It would be well for those who bare not got tha
Patent to order It nt once, as no investment can ee
made that will pay so well in economy and comfort.
For tbe proof of tbls fact, Inquire of any of tbe
many thousands who are nownsinK It in this city.
Orders left at the EAGLE STOVE STORE. Mo. 17
West Fifth-street, or sent through mail, will receive
prompt attention. j. n. uian,
JalOo Proprietor of Dodge's Patent.
- i Hair, Nail and Tooth-brushes.
English Nail-brushes ;
English Tooth-brushes ; . '
' French Nail-brushes;
'For sale by
EDWARD 8CANLAN ft CO., Druggists.
jalOc N. E. corner of Fourtb and Main-sts.
Pomades, Hair-oils, &c .
Maugenet & Oondray's Pomades ;
Piver's Pomades ;
Low ft Son's Pomades ;
J Plnaud's Pomades ; . ,, , ,.i
Just reoeived by 1 t it
EDWABD 8CANLAN A 00., Druggists, Vi
, jall'o N, E. cor. Fourth and Main-streets.
T .UBIN'S TOILET SOAP:
JLi Maugenet ft Oondray's Tol'et Soaps ;
Piver's Toilet Soaps ;
Low A Bon's Toilet Soaps ;
- ' Bimmel' Toilet Soaps. ' 1 ' ..
Just received, a large and very ctmplete assort
ment of fine Toilet Soaps, f English, French and
lor sale in quantities by
) , KDWABD 80ANLAN ACO.,DrntMts,
Jal0o; - N. K. corner of Fourth and Maints.
UBIN'S EXTRACTS;, ,
a Mangenet ft Oondray's Extracts ;
' Himmel's Extracts ; ' :
Berthenl's Extracts ; r- "
Baiin's Extracts ;
Olenn's Extracts ; : ,
A full assortment, for sale by ' "
. EDWABD SCAN LA N ft CO., Druggists,
jalOo N, B. opr. Fourth and Maln-streets.
MRS. J. A. ORTH "
HAS REMOVED TO N0.,2T9 WEST-EBN-ROW,
where she will keep a full supply
of Ladles' and Gents' Furnishing (ioods, Hosiery,
O loves, Ac.
Solution Citrate of Magnesia
ARRANTED TO KEEP ANY
length of time. For sale in any quantity by
ALBERT BOSS, Druggist,
o. vy. cor, aigmn-si. ann western-row.
Brown's Bronchial Troches,
FOR THE ALLEVIATION OF BRON
CHITIS. Hoarseness, Oouglis, Asthma, Colds,
Catarrh, and all disorders of the Breath and Lungs.
For sale by - ALBSJUT BOBS, Drngglst,
ja9 8. W. onr. Eighth-et. and Wee tern-row.
ALARGB AND WELL-SELECTED
stock of the most favorite brands, just receired
and for sale by ALBKBT BO.'S, Druggist, '
ja , B. W. cor. Eighth-st. and Weetern-row. 1
BALTIMORE ROE HERRINGS. JUST
received brie, extra Baltimore Boe Herrings.
Forsaleby A. McDO ' ALP A CO.,
ja Mi and Branch Store M9 Test Fonrtb-st.
TlaT E W HAMS, DRIED : BEEF , AND
XI TONOUES.-GardnerPblpps'saad S.Davis'
extra Sugar -cured Hams. For sale by
A. McUOMALD ft CO.,
Ja M and Bransh Store M West Fourlh-st
HAVANA CIGARS Of the oboloesl
brands also finest qualities of Obewlng To
bimo-at FEROTJHON'H. i
- Ja7 Comer Ninth and Vlcs-streetl,
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA, OLlKitO
CHA, and very superior old Kio Uoffres, at
i ' FEBOUBON'S,
ja7 ! Corner Ulnth and Vine-streets, j
HITS WHEAT1 FLOUBTlia beet
wmte .wneat jrionr in
' ,;' ' , Corner Rlnth and Vln.atreets.' .
H. B.floods delivered to any part of the city with
promptness ana wiinout cuargo. ; - - ja7;
RESH PEACHES IN CANS AT'" ,
Nob. 819 nt. nil MKlntrwt,
FRESH .TOMATOES IJl CANS AT ,
jas m!- .. . ... . '.
HIU OPElflM EICHTH
tSar HEH8ION on MOKE A Y-, February 9, with, ,,
a full complement of able and efficient Teachers,. '
The RIDING SCHOOL netoforannnounced, will !
be in full operation at that time, with, snob a number " '' ;
of Ponies as will accommodate all who wish U, L"' Ji
practice the healthful and tlsgant exercise of Hone,
manship. ' "" ' " AeDVj.i
Omnibuses will, hereafter, take the pupils from
thelrrealdenoealnanyjartofthecltTeach morning,- ! .
and return them after school hoursi All who wish '-,s'"
toavall themselves of this privilege will pleass saaka,
early application to I. H.WHITI.W West Fourth."
street.-. V ; f iftH
GROVER & BAKER'S
1 ' CIirrrTI I? aWli PIMII V
oiau a aasn u i ( t
PRICES FROM $50 TO 9125.
i i, i '., ,'tV.
LADD. WMBSTER&CO.'S v
IMPROVED TliJHT STITCH
riHE BEST, SIMPLEST AND ' MOST
M. Durable 19 acbine extant.
Call and see them. ; ;
Ja9tf i J SO Went Fourth-atreet.
New Mode of VentilaiionJ
nll and See One of
P AT EWT r- ' f"'
He tting and Ventilating Furnaces;
' ' ' ' In operation at . ,;' j.'-', V ,
CHAMBERLAIN k COj'S : ,
Store Ware-rooms, Nos. 61 and it Vme-st., , .
rHlnw Cnlnmhia t I I .
S awy e r & O o.
1 noyi "' i : '
FOR BURNING AND LUBRICATING,
Free from Ofleuslve Odor, at
Walnut-street, Cincinnati, O .
WE INVITE A COMPARATIVE TRI- 1
. AL with any manufacturing establishment v -n
America. . '
T we warrant onr Oils to be eejnnl. If not stipe
dorte any U the market. ' ' t
(Mr We invite those In the city and vicinity to
call and examine for themselves,
tar o persons ordering from a distance, satis,
faotion guaranteed lp all cases. Address
, i J. It. MANtKIN, Ajreot, ar '''''.
. , A. . HltDGN, ITreaenrnr, ' , .
' Kanawha 0. 0. U. OU Man; Co., t . '
de23 97 Walnnt-Btreet, Cincinnati.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED NEW ;
QOUDS by Ixpreu, and oirr assortment of --. '
I.AOIES' FUR 9,
lludnen'ii Bny'Sable)' ,, :
, Canada euid Mink Sable;
.: Flteh, Hlberlan, Sleuirrel, 6Ve -ie
complete and'nnuaually inviting. We have a great
ariety of nice and handsome sets of . i
I . i, CHILDREN'S fCBS,
ALBO Fur Gloves, Collars, Bobes, Fnr Coals, Ad.
, i . , : . i We invite all purchasers of
i ' HOLIDAY GIFTSi f.';' t
To call and'make selections from onr stock of useful
and seasonable presents, which we efler at vow low
oricee. . , : a
j C. B. CAMP & CO.,
' dolfitf ' 7 "No. 99 West Thlrd-atreel. . . i
THE PALMER ,
PUMP COMPANY, '
(CORNER 'OF MIAMI CANAL ANb.
J TH1BD-BTBEET, Cincinnati, Ohio, are manu '
faotnring largely. Palmer's celebrateil Hrdraullo
Force and Lift Pump. Also, bis Portable Htearn
Fnglnes. All those who are about to purchase
VlfniPd for Taoaerlea, Breweries. DUtll
leriea, Dry Dooka. Paper lHllla Railroad
millions, IMInes, Wreeklnsr Purpoaea, or, In
fact, for any purpose where a pump is needed, will
find tt to their advantage to call and see the work,
lng of these' valuable Inventions, or address the
PALMEB POMP COM PA MY for a circular, which
will furnish the names of many who bave used these
rumps with perfect satlfaetlon. deilrtm
ir You "W.3crt
Ijt&ftj lt, Fresh OvstibS,(
Magnum Boaums, at his Wholesale and Retail Oys.
ter Boose, ' , . . -il
253 253: 5253 253 253
' WAliN UT-ST st RET. '.,'
no29 Fifth door above Sixlh. went side.'
. nail"! i"ir.u 1
fio. 48 FOLrt Tll-HTREET, I i
deUtf ' ! .' IODEON BUILDIKO.1
HEAD-aUARTEBS VOR j '
Boots & Shoes !
I HAVE NOW IN STORE A LARGE
and superior stock of Boot, Shoes and Slippers,
which for extent and variety is not surpassed weetol
Mew York. Mi prices are reasonable; give me a call.
ja JOHN H. DBTEBB.M WMt Knnrtb-l,
HE AGENCY FOR THE BALE OP GEO.
B. Bloat A Go's. Family Sew n Machines has
been removed to So. W West Fourth-street! orer
JU Bonteiuers. Qa6sm) B. tt- I'UUil, Agent.
x LANK 4k BODLK Y,,";.. ; ;
J ':; "' ' ' MAjfrrVTiiBiBa or ., ,., .
- AND CIRCULAR flAW, . ;
Uerslor Jobs mil Water . ,,U)st0Usiatl.U.
IQA ' CARTOONS OF'1; CHILDREN'S
M-JkJ Moroooo-haeled Boots; .
120cartbon of Oh lldrea's Fancy-heeled Boots; .
,000 pairs ofWomiin'S Pegged Goat Boots, custom.
Badeiat;soentaapatr. ,,,,., , .',; .. , '
-Isiatoressadfctisaleky;;; fiVi' .'4!"
- 'T-; it-- w , w ptriAw '
rr4ioOA 4ND SAuq at j i ; ,
J 1 ' Nod.81and82IMalu-etreet
fltf ACCAR0NI AND ' VERMICELLI ATV
51'' 'VJ-ii'M JM