Ah )T W. rSAMOUOO. JOflH P. OALDWELL.
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wlahe f oar trtsaal la the ceaotry, who
desire Co ho tarnished with a Cheap Dally
Paper, we haro redaeedl the prloo of oar
sabaerlptloa from loar to three dollar per
roan payable la all cum la advanse. For
any leea ported thaa oao year oar terms
will, be at the old rate of tour dollar.
Three dollar barely safflee to pay for the
blaak paper we a la prtntlosr It, yet we
are dotenalaed to aire the eoaatry er
chant, ai well a ear elty patron, the
cheapen and beit paper erer pablbhed In
the Qaeea City. The Pre lurnlshe the
sans market aad Telegraph report cWea
by oar latter eotemporarlee, with a (renter
variety of general and mUeellaneooa rend-
The "Want" Column—All Persons are
The Pmnt Fbbm read in all oiroles. We
have now isy ten to aeh oopj a average
list of daily readers of Eighty Thotuand. The
"Want" Column it the readiest and surest
retort, at a cheap cost, to learn placet of em-
( ploy ment of secure rent of room or houses.
H undredi of other wants can be met by a short
advertisement. .Why should not a. note he
.sent to our paper,' to appear next morniog,
stating a needed repair or supply? Two inter
Hons are made of a fire-line advertisement
in the above named for twenty-five cents, and
it would wear out more shoe-leather than thai
to ran roand and make the search. .
Read this eolumn, house-keepers and others,
and study its usefulness. Our paper Is within
the reach of all, and is taken almost every
where. We have a letter-box, In which per
sons oan find, daily, replies to their oommu
nieations, addressed to any signature their ad
vertlsement suggests. Some persons got
twenty or thirty answers, and from then
make their own selection. The whole matter
works well, and gives general satisfaction
Bend in yonr "wants" to the Penny Preu.
A Pioneer Woman Dead.
Bat few of the wives or widows of the.firot
pioneer settlers of Cinoinnatl survive Mrs.
Jane B., relict of Captain James Ferguson, or
Forguson, as he was oalled at one time. Her
husband came to this place in 1790, when it
was necessary to protect the ohoDpers who
felled the trees to build his eabin, at the cor
ner of Third and Main-streets. The Indiaon
hung around the new settlement, observing
from the hlghts, where now is the Observa
tory, the progress making by the white met
around Fort Washington. Captain Ferguson
had, in 171(2, an interview with bis friend
Colonel Hardin, a few days before he left Fori.
Washington, corner of Third-street and
Broadway, with Major Truman, with a flag of
truce, designing to negotiate a treaty with tho
Western Indians. Hardin told Ferguson of
his fears, that the Indians would violate the
Bag and assassinate him, whioh foreboding
proved true, sub the embassy was fired upon;
three were shot down, and the fourth was
finally put to death. Captain F. was, after
the peace of Greenville, on of the first store
keepers in Cincinnati.
In later years he kept his assorted wares
and merchandise at the south-east corner of
Main and Fourth-streets. Hit mansion was
on the lot extending from Seventh and Vine
streets, including the site of the present Ohio
Mechanics' Institute Building, whioh many
of the youngest pioneers remember as a grass
plat' and oornfield. As Dr. Drake said, Time's
busy fingers are weaving a vail between the
present and the past, and our matrons of early
day are departing behind the curtain to bo
seen no more here by those who cherished and
loved them for their noble gifts and their
generous qualities. Mrs. Ferguson's remains
are to be removed from the residence of her
son-in-law, George K. Shoenberger, on Broad
way, this morning at ten o'clock.
The Book Purchases of State Commissioner
of Common Schools.
The war of the doctors are not fieroer than
those of the book-tellers sometimes are. The
contracts to furnish books for State libraries
prove an unfailing source of mischief. Tho
Commissioner is assailed at any rate, whether
he does right or makes a sharp trade for self.
Mr. Barney, who was a good and true man,
was thus assailed, and now, covert or openly,
Anson Smyth has to undergo the ordeal of
criticism and censure. The war on him began
before the people voted for him. Now, that
the General Assembly Is in session, we learn
that a call it to be made for a list of his pur
chases, and all the details of his contraott
The salary or perquisites of the offloe should
be very good to satisfy on for running thin
gauntlet of the press and the book-sellers.
We stiok to the persecuted Commissioner until
we are oonvinoed that he is not the proper
man, as a public officer, to stick to.
The Growth of Crime.
It becomes an undoubted duty of those who
are not engulfed in the wave that shipwrecks
the charaoter of so many men, to observe the
lessons statistics furnish of the degenerataneBS
of our fellow-men, and, while we are caring
for the orderly portion of society, by a becom
ing restraint of the disorderly, to look well
to the increased attention to the oause of edu
cation, particularly to that education best given
by competent and conscientious mothers. We
insert this little stamp speech just here, for the
educators sure neglecting sadly the physical
and .mental culture of girls the prospective
mothers of the new race.
We desire to make an expression in an arti
cle of yesterday still stronger. The Peniten
tiary of Ohio contains nearly 950 convicts.
All over 700 have to be guarded in the hospi
tal, there not being cells enough. When the
present State prison was first tenanted, in 1834,
there were in it bat 184 conviots. At the close
of November last there were 8S3. The In
crease in th last five years has been about
i twenty per cent per annum; in the last year
'' over thirty-three percent. In 1857 there were
305; in 1858 there were 131. At In six years
r 225 have been tent from Hamilton County,
' tome wag suggested that another peniten
' tiary might be secured by "walling In" Cin
oinnati. Vrf. '' " ';.
A Ma sTLtmo-BXOTTso i Bid to Kosssu
or $l,700iA negro-trader, named Scruggs,
was slung-shottod m bed, in New Orleans, on
Monday night, and robbed of $1,700 in money
and a fine gold watch.
Y. M. M. Library Association.
; This Cincinnati Association was organized
on tpt 18th of April, 1835. We suggest that
the next anniversary of that day, being
qualri-eantennial one-fourth of a century
be honored by special remembrance of the
The followiog-named young men held a
preliminary meeting at the Independent Fire
Eniine and Hose Company, on Fourth-street,
on she above-named day, for the purpose of
establishing a library and reading-room I.
D.Wheeler In the ehair, and W. R. Smith
Secretary, vis: Charles G. Springer, Motes
Rasney, James Wiles, A. M. Faxton, W. R.
Smith, ElbrlJge Lawrence, Palmer Holland,
J. H. Merriweather, Thomas Merriweather,
Hetry Shaw, Cbas. C. Stokett, L. Lardqer,
Pejer Outoalt, William Parry, J. L. Brown,
WrL H. Harrison, Edward Dawson, D. T.
Pidtt, J; H. Raymond, John W. Ellis, M.
Murray, J. D. Thorpe, W. N. Green, J. R.
Mavor, A. M. Bryson, G. W. Eimberly, Jar.
C. ball, I. D. Wheeler, J. A. Lewis, S. A.
Spencer, John P. Tweed, Rowland G. Mitoh
ell, William Wells, Gideon M. Ayres, Robert
Brown'i Peter Brown, Wm. Watts, D. G. Lock
wood, John C. Macy, Alfred Wood, D. K,
Eajte, Geo. Hough, Leonard Avery, Ed. Parry,
aad E. Carter.
the following Is a list of Presidents 1835-36-40,
Moses Ranney; 1837, Rowland U.
Mttohell; 1838-42, Wm. Watts; 1839, I. D.
Wjheeler and Chas. C. Saokett; 1841, Charles
Dnffieldj 1843-44, John W. Ellis; 1845-48, R
M. W. Taylor; 1847-48, John W. rtartwell"
1849, George T. Stedman; 1850-51, Joseph C.
Butler; 1852-53, James Lupton; 1854, Henry
D. Huntington; 1855, Charles R. Fosdiok;
1858, A. B. Merriam; 1867, Samuel M. Mur
phy; 1858, Wm. J. Whiteman; 1859, Charles
W. Rowland; I860, Theodore Cook.
i This epoch in the history of the Asscoiation
should be marked in the oalendar, by new en
terprises for its advancement. It is now a
nucleus of great prosperity, and although its
suooess must depend upon the efforts and
patriotism of its active members; yot now is
the time for some wealthy oitizen to bestow
upon it such sums as will largely inoroase its
usefulness. Let the Directors prepare for nn
appropriate celebration of the 25th anniver
sary of the organization of the Y. M. M. I;
U. S. Senator from Ohio.
It is said that it was the intention of th
majority of the General Assombly of Ohio to
have met in joint session on the day after tho
inauguration of Gov. Dennison, and to havo
elooted Salmon P. Chase IT. S. Senator from
Ohio. There were fears entertained that tho
Democrats would unite with the minority of
anti-Chaise Republicans, and refuse to go into
a joint session. We have beard that the
Demooraoy are ready to go into an election,
and desire the return of either Mr. Pugh or
Mr. Chase to that distinished post. Mr. ("
will of oourse be choeon. By what authority'.'
Some waggish Democrats have signified a
design to introduce a resolution into the Houeo
oalling upon Gov. Dennison for his portfolio
of correspondence, which furnished him such
spirited intelligence of tho contemplated die
onion movements of the South, mentioned in
his inaugural, but as he had been but a few
moments Governor, they concluded it would
not be proper to call for private advices.
Welcome to the Stranger.
Young Men's Mercan
tile Library Association have arranged with
Mr. O. P. Baldwin, a literary gentleman of
Richmond, Va., to leoturein this oity soon,
on the hopeful subject, "The Good time com
ing." The distinguished gentleman from the
South will, no doubt, have a large audienoe,
and will have an opportunity to see and judgn
of the prosperous Queen City of the West.
We trust that the good time will soon bo
coming when the North and the South, and
the East and the West, will all be strong in
Basins Hotil Robbrbt. The room cf
Keller Kurtz, an agent for the sale of gold pens,
and a guest of the Gayoso House, in Memphis,
Tenn., was entered, a day or two ago, by a
villian, who choked K. until he was senseless,
and then, with a pistol pointed at his head,
compelled him to unlock his trunk, from which
the villian stole $110 in money, a gold watch,
and a large number of gold pens with silver
cases; and then, leaving his viotim bound anJ
gagged, left the hotel, and had not at last
accounts been arrested.
A Spibituil Wrra Tubus Oitt . IiDi.n
Vixir. A Boston dentist was married to a
Kansas widow by counsel of the Spirits in that
city, the other day, and under pretense of
beinff in a "iranna." atatoa mh nnll.J I,.,.
band's hair, scratched his face, and beat him
unui ne inougnia spiritual wile a very uncom
fortable eomnaninn. H nhtatnoi) .
g w-vhwvw mm H1IVIWV
and she then acknowledged she hated him,
and had assumed her trances to revenge her
eon on ner nusoana.
Bold Robbirtir Viboihia. A daring rob
bery was oommitted by a fellow just out of
jail, in Petersburg, recently. He entered tho
room or Mr. islam, aimed a blow at his head,
which the latter parried, and jumping out of
bed, ran out for assistance, found it, and cam '3
back in time to arrest the robber, who in tho
meantime had stolen a watch and revolver,
and was sitting before the fire, pretending to
be very drunk.
A Htjsbaid Elopis raoii add is Rbcaftorrd
bt his Win. A Canadian Frenchman, Pierro
Gorier, left Montreal and his wife, some timo
sinoe, with the proposed intention of going
Weston business; but he found another wo
man at Niagara, and proceeded with her to
Cleveland. His wife learned of his infidelity
and followed him, and by recourse to law,
compelled her unfaithful husband to return
A Ntw Trnor Crsatiso a Skksatior- Tho
Havana papers by the Cuhawba contain en
thusiastic account of a new tenor who ha
just made his debut at the Tacon. Slgnor
Muaiani, the gentleman in question, is
described as the equal of Tamberlick, if not
his superior. He sings the famous Vt de
Poitrine with ease, and hit performance in th
"Trovatore" croatei the greatest sensation
ever known there. .
A Extbnbivs Railway Bobcbash. Baron
Rothsobild is said to have purchased from tho
Government the railroad from St. Petersburg
to Moscow, for something like $64,000,0(10,
which, If true, will exort a very great influence
on Russian finances, and relieve th now de
pressed oommerce and industry of the coun-
FsARfOt. DlSTITUTION IB CbiOAOO. A JOUTtf
woman, Mary Deveraux, froze to death in
Chicago, lib, th other night. Her corpse
waa found in bed with five persons, consisting
of two men, a woman and two children, all of
whom had huddled around her trying to keep
Fatal Armr at a Ball-A "free figbl"
took plae a few day ago, at a ball, near Ca
margo, Ky., at which pistols and Bowie
knivM were carelessly used, and several per
sons seriously wounded. One of them, named
Stephens, has sinoe died
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Sunday Evening's Dispatches.
The Peyton Dinner.
Philadblthu, January 14. The dinner at
the Academy of Musie to Hon. Bailie Peyton,
this evening, was a pleasant affair. Senator
unttenaen, lion. jar. May nerd, Hon. Mr.
Nelson of Tenaesee, Mr. Gilmer of North Car
ollna, and Hon. Mr. Dunn of Indiana, were
among the invited guestt, the Mayor presiding.
After dinner the doors of the Academy were
thrown open to tho public and a large num
ber of ladies oolleoted. Speeches were mad
by Messrs. Peyton, Crittenden, and others.
Ntw York, January 15. The United States
steamer Iroquiot left to-day for the Mediter
ranean. ; .
' PmsBURO, January 15.3Uver eighteen feet
by the pier-mark and rising. Weather clear
and mild., .' .-, - .. . - .
Non-Arrival of the Europa.
Nsw York, January 15 Nothing yet heard
of the Europu, due at Halifax. ;
EXTBAOBOINART ADDRKSB 0T A MURDER
FROH TBI Gallows. The teleeranh has men
tioned the execution of Patrick Maude, at
iHewarK, m. j., tor tne murder ot nis sister.
A minute before the fatal drop fell he delivered
this semi-ludicrous, somi-horrible haranzue :
"Come up here, Bishop Hughes; come up
here, Henry Beecher Stowe, who wrote 'Uncle
iom s uaoin;'and it tnere is any one her from
Kentucky, let him come up here, and I will
count his slaves for him. Jersey and New
York are free States. Let me compare them
with Kentucky, and I'll find more slaves in
tne prisons and asylums than Kentucky has
The asylums are filled with victims of witch
craft, made so by priests, lawyers and doctors,
who are all alike, and are the three great en
gines of Satan. There is Ward's Island and
Blaok well's Island, full of slaves; and there's
the insane asylums, another branch of slavery,
wnere you are deprived or wnat reason you
had when you entered them. A third branch
of slavery is the running away of niggers by
Beeoher and the Abolitionists. They send the
poor devils to Liberia, where they starve out
and die. Come on, d d necromancers oouio
on; you can gain but little by exocuting me.
Let no one say I am a lunatic; those asylums
are full of witchcraft. I won't blame the
women much, for they are destroyed in early
life. Priests ruin them, and get the doctors to
procure abortion. I advise you all to leave
this country. Every man in America wants
an office. I tell you it is all done by witoh
oraft and the priests. When a thief comes
here he is treated like a gentlemen; but an
honest man, driven to desperation by an
abandoned woman, is strung up like a dos. I
was driven to the gallows by witchcraft,
inrough my d a family. Charley Gifford
perjured himself, and told the jury to convict
They thought they smashed my figurohead
when they sent me to the asylum, but I es
caped.' They caught me, and have now raked
my hull. But I prefer death to being confined
in jail. Life and liberty are of no use to me.
I was hunted like a wild beast; and no man
on earth can say 1 injured htm, though I was
thirteen years in England and going on thir
toen in America. 1 have injured uo one. I
have faith in God. I ask Almighty God to
look on my misery and what I am going to
Almighty God look down on me and see
what I suffer, and foretve me! Oh. God of
jusuce, lane vengoauoe on my d d family,
muo uewnoueu mei Jesus unrist look down
from Heaven, and see how they murder people
in asylums, and witness the abortions of the
doctoral and may the vengeance of an all-just,
wise and powerful God fall upon them all.
Poole was a d d villain, for he robbed me
of my property in Broad-street; but he is now
in hell, for he died a ravine maniac Thla
oountry will be destroyed as were Jerusalem,
Tyre, Sidon, Sodom and Gomorrah. Turbott's
wife told me she would stay with me, even if
I killed her; and so she did, for I heard her
voice the first thing this morning, saying, "I
have you now." May God Almighty have
mercy on my soul I
Tibbibli Rbvenoh Amono thc Ihdiakb.
The correspondent of the St. Paul Minnaotian
writes as follows: During the time of the an
nual payment made to the Chippewasja year
ago, a Chippewa warrior was shot dead by
another of a different band, of th same
tribe. Although strong efforts were made at
the time by the civil authorities to effect an
arrest, yet the murderer escaped. Nothing
was known of his whereabouts until he turned
up last week at Swan River. Having entered
the oamp, the iquaw of the murdered warrior
recognized him. She immediately procured a
pun and shot him Hnad JT; timthu lin
happened to be present, leveled his rifle and
Kiiiea me wiuow on tne spot. Her brother
then shot the latter, and na In tnrn blllait
Thus, four had fallen to latiaU th i.t.litin,.
vengeanoe so sweet to savages, who have no
proper conception ot wnai justice is.
Air Englishman Wonmcn bt i Nidou.
Soldier. Tho Paris correspondent of the
Mnvnina I'ntt Atnfotno a UIm fmm V1AH
lf - ... vvu .... w aw. .v. IIVIU
dated December 10, which says: "Mr. Alfred
major, an .ngnsn resident silk merchant at
Naples, on the 8th Inst., was riding on horse
back at the camp where the troops were assem
bled for the grand mass. He was smoking
nis cigar, wnicn is not allowed at that moment
at the place. A gendarme approached him
and ordered him'' to put away the cigar. The
scntleman lauuhed. took no nnticn. &nrl inn.
tinued Bmoking. The gendarme then, with his
oayonet, attempted to tnrust the oigar from
his mouth, for which impertinence the Eng
lishman horsewhipped him. The gendarme
then, with the bayonet, and without any fur
ther ceremony, seriously wounded him. The
wound is dangerous, and may result mortally.
Mr. Major's conduct wat undoubtedly in bad
taste, and a little too English."
A Wips or a Legislator Elofks with a
Youth. The New York Exprtn has along
story about the wife of a former 'member of
the State Legislature running away with a
youth of eighteen. The runaway spouse is
said to possess considerable personal attrac
tions, is thirty-six years of age, and is the
possessor of a handsome property in her own
right. She has bom married eighteen years
and has five children. Before eloping she
took $2,000 with her in cask.
Death Mom a Slight Wound James J.
Rhodes, a farmer on the Wild Cat Prairie,
Wis., died reeently from the effects of a slight
wound in the palm of the hand, received
about three weeks before. lie was brushing
the snow from a bonch with his open hand,
and pricked the palm with a common table
fork, oausing a wound in which he oaught
A Child Roastkd A live. A few days ago
in New Orleans, a child two and a half years
old, daughter of Madam Frank, left alone
in a room by its nurses, attempted to climb up
on the fonder for the purpose of taking some
thing off the mantle, and, in doing so, fell
inside between the fender and fire, and was
roasted alive. .,...
A Mak Dekkkdiho a Wife is Shot Dead bt
Hub Husband. Herman Hock, residing in
Manchester, Mo., near fit. Louis, interfered
recently to prevent one Hammond Dorle from
making a second assault upon his wife, whn
D. seised a, rifle and shot H. through the
heart. Dorle was arrested and committed to
jail. - -;
A New Femurs at a Ball. A new and
beautiful feature was introduced at a ball in
th New York Academy of Music a few even
ings since. An hundred canary birds, sus
pended in cages in different parti of th room, I
were Inspired by th music, and tang all night
long with th utmost earnestnett.
The Lawrence Disaster.
The lengthy testimony before the coroner
w have greatly condensed, as it throws no
new light upon the terrible disaster. Ed.
Lawrence, January 13. Mr. Coolldg
thought it was intended In the original plan
that pilasters should be carried up three stories;
don't know why plan wat altered; consider
projections on which the timbers rested in the
upper stories strong and safe enough. If th
floors fell in no walls could resist them, had
they been two feet thick. At a whole I re-
arded it as an Imperfect structure, having
iscovered defect In on of the pillars; was
somewhat suspicious of them, but never an
ticipated suoh result as has happened. ; .
John P. Putnam testified as to the building
of the mill; said it was the steadiest he ever
knew. '. '! ; -
. Lawrence, January 14. The Mayor to-day
received a donation for the sufferers of $300
from Messrs.- Lathrop, Ludlngton k Co., of
New York. : '
The remains of Mary Barret, aged twenty
four, and Catharine Sweney,aged twenty-two,
were discovered in th ruins to-day. Both
bodies were nearly consumed by fire. Four
additional bodies were also found, but they
can not be reoogniied. There are now parts of
five bodiet at the City Hall, but two are ut
terly unrecognizable, and the other three can
only be recognised by shreds of clothing one
of the latter is the whole trunk of a woman.
On th night of the accident a little daugh
ter of James Bannon, ten years old, was pinned
fast in the ruins. . When the flames broke out,
and seeing there was no escape for her, she
took her due-bill from her pocket and handed
It to another girl near her, and said: "You
will be saved; I will not give this to my poor,
dear father, and bid him good-by for me.''
The most complete list of th dead and
missing that has appeared is contained in the
Lawrence Sentinel, and figures up' as follows:
Dead, 99'; missing, 107. . It makes the num
ber badly wounded 109, and those slightly
wounded 199. ' ' '-
The inquest was resumed this morning:
Charles S. Storms, Agent of the Essex Com
pany I think the oause of the accident came
from theointerior, and not from the walls; if
from the latter, there must have been large
cracks. James Patterson and Josiah W. Jack
son, who were in the mill, but not wounded,
testified that th fall of the building was prob
ably owing t the woakness of the pillars.
The inquest was then adjourned again until
A Youmo Lady Bdrnt to Death. On
Wednesday last a very Interesting girl, sixteen
years of age, daughter of William Stephens,
a farmer residing in Birmingham, Illinois,
was engaged at work, when her dress oaught
fire from the stovo, and before her olothing
could be removed she was so badly injured
that she died in a few hours. '
Marrying Six Wives in Three Weeks.
A young man, oalling himself Davis Fergu
son, and other aliases, has been traveling re
cently through Wisconsin and Iowa, and do
ing a large business in the way of marrying
young girls and appropriating other people's
property. Within three weeks he married no
less than six. wives. This young man must
be imitating Henry VIII. .,
p&" A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewi Iry, No. Ml and 271 Wentern-row.
50,000 Ambrotypes and Melalnotyper.
can be had at the Broadway Gallery for Holiday
p9 Dagnerrtan Gallery, south-west oor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford't
drug-store. Picture taken and ut In good caaer
for twenty ceuts. Warranted to please.
YOUNG GBEGORY.-On Thursday evening, thi
12thinst.,at the residence of the bride's father, by
the Key. James A. M. La Tonrette, Hector of tho
Church of the Atonement, H. O. Young and Mollln
A., eldest daughter of JS. Gregory, Ksq., all of this
M AHONK BOYD By Bev. G. T. Flanders, Mr.
Americue O. Mahoue and Miss Anne O. Boyd, both
of this city. .
FITZPATRIOK-On Sunday morning, the 15th
Inst., at S o'clock, of a lingering illness, Patrick
His funeral will take place at 1 o'clock this day,
from John-street. The members of Bt. Patrick
Society are Invited to attend his funeral.
BKIdTOti-On Friday morning, the 13th inst.,
Charles Henry, only son of Witiwm H. and Harriet
E. Bristol, axed 8 yearn montliund 14 days.
FEHGUHON-On Friday own In if, January 13, at
7X o'clock, Mrs. Jane H.-Kikhs(.ii, aged serenty
six, relict of the late Captain Jumus Ferguson.
The funeral will take place Ihle morning, at 10
o'clock, from the residence of her son-in-law, G. K.
Bhoenberger, No. Ill Broadway.
8TEAVEN8 On Saturday afternoon, January 14,
of ecarlet fever, Anna ltebecca, youngest daughter ot
W. H. and Louisa Steavens, aged 2 years aid 1(1
Funeral will take place to-day, 16th Inst., at 2
o'clock, from th residence of her father, 184 Syca
BCTLKB At 8 o'elook Friday morning, January
13, of congestion of the lungs, Edith May, daughter
or James J. and Mary Butler, aged 4 years months
and 13 days.
OOCHNOWKR-On January 13, at 11 o'clock P.
M., of scarlet lever, Lutlcia, daughter of John and
Amandu M. Oochnower.
OA BR In New York, on Thursday, January 12
of consumption, Margaret, wife of John Oarr, aged
46 years, . ,
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of th company, Mo. rig West Third-street, on MON
DAY, the 6th day of February, 1M60, between the
hoars of 11 o'clock A. M. and 1 P. M.
jaist HKNKY BOUK1CY, Secretary.
(Srf3"5CHII.BLAINS AND FROST.
VP&rJ ED FEET. Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic
Lotion is the never-falling remedy for these great
annoyances. It not only effeota a complete cure,
often by one thorough application, but It deoreasea
the liability to a return of the same difficulty. For
sale by druggist generally. :
- , . SOLON PALMER, Agent,
de2 -' No. 66 Weat Fourth-street.
fttTT EVIDENCE ACCUMULATES.
MflSmT OrsoiasaTi, Doe. 17, 18&9.-Mr. B. Palmer
Dear Sir : gome five years since I received a severe
injury on my left arm, near the elbow, since which
Ihavebeeu greatly annoyed byaontan.ous diseaso
on the same. After using various remedies without
success, I was induced to try your Vegetable Cos
metic Lotion, and am happy in Informing you that
the nee of half a bottle has left aiy arm as smooth
and free from disease a Its mate.
: No. 146 West Third-street
For sale by druggists everywhere. Be sure to get
Palmer's Vegetable Ooametio Lotion .and acceptor
nothing else. SOLON PALMBK, Agent.
Ue2t No. 16 West Fourth-street, Cincinnati, O.
wyKENNEDVS MEDICAL DI8
InLar OO VKBY I acknowledged by the moat m -nent
physician, and by the most careful druggists
throughout the United States, to be theiuost effectual
blood-purifier ever known, and to hare relieved more
Buffering, and elTocted more permanent cure, than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofuln,
Halt Kheum, Krysipelaa, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
ot whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit directions for the cure of ulcerated sore
legs, and other corrupt and running ulcere, is given I n
the pamphlet with each bottle. For Bale by JOHN I.
PARK. SUIKH, HCKJ1T11N A OO., and GKOBO
M.DIXON. PrlceSl. seplXy .
OFFICE OF THE PA9BEN-
COMPANY OF CINCIN
NATI,!). W.eornarof Third
and itmCA-Ktreeta. October.
16, 185. This road is now open. Car will start,
at intervals of ten minute, from 6:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Thlrd-strext
from Wood to Lawrence-street, and westward on
Fourth-street to Smith, and on Fifth-street In
Wood. CiUaens will pleas bear in mind that the
cars will Invariably oroas Intersecting streets before
stopping for passengers.
ocia-tf J AM JC3 J. BOBBINS. President.
Peach Orchard, Ycachlocbeay, llartford
" Ultr aid Byraen Coal.
WE ARB DELIVERING THE ABOVE
dualities of Ooal from the boata In nnallant
prder and prompt delivery. " .. ,
. . ' OAnFlILD A BERTRAM,
inmivvm id ovu BIIU UOKe,
deStwm 119 last Froat-st,, near Butler.
J J. N,U:A 3FL 7ST!
Li 1 L-J
Have this day reduced their Fall and Winter Goods,
and will offer great bargains throughout the month.
B AY ADBRE &TLA1D SILKS
Reduced to 40, 62 and 74 oenjs., , i ; ! '
Fine Quality French Merino,
,, 7 ;' ,' M 74and 87 cents. . l! ; ...
GOOD STYLK AND SDPKRIOB QUALITY,
At 63H.7S and $1.
Printed All-wool Delaines
At 30 and 37 cents. (,
Auction Lot All-wool Plaids
At 2'eiidX cents. '
French Chintzes. &c.
At 18, 20 and 26 cents. ,
English and American Prints,
(Fastcolors,)at6,6, 10 and Scents. ,
We are also prepared to offer housekeepers great
inducements in Furnishing and Domtstic Gooda,
Hosiery, Under-garnients, Goods for Boys' Wear, 4c.
A LOT OF BED.BLANEETS,
Very cheap, to close but.
DELANO & GOSSAGE,
74 Went Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPKBA-HOCSB.
" United we Stand, Divided we Fall." ,
HE I0VEBS OF ENJOYMENT WILL
please bear In mind that the old
Has been re-oganised, and will give a FBEB EN
TERTAINMENT to all their lriends and the publit
in general, at ' '
On Friday, January 20, 1860.
' O. W. ROGERS, Treasurer.
I!. H. Khioht, Secretary. jalfia
RIBBONS, . ;
AND EVERY OTHER ARTICLE 01-'
wearing apparel, can be thoroughly cleansed
from grease, paint, staina. coal-smoke, Ac, by the
use of Purified Benaine. Prepared by
BUIEE, ECKSTEIN CO.. . .
Jal6o Opposite the Postoffice.
For (happed Hands, Face, &c,,'
f1HE GLYCAMYL "OF ROSES IS AN
-SL elegant and Tory efficient remedy for chaps,
roughness of the skin, pimples and blotches on the
face, Ac. It renders the skin soft and smooth and
preserves it In a healthy condition. . , ,
Prepared and for sale by jr
; SU1BE, fcCKSTBIN ft OO., V-
jal6c Opposite the Postoyico ;
Concentrated Ley, " "
FOR MAKING HARD OR SOFT BOAP,
softening water, Ao. The process of making
soap with this ley Is so easy and the economy so
great that no housekeeper should be without It.
For sale by
Opposite) the PostoWoe.
OR BRLS. EPSOM SALTS RECEIVED
IMU and for sale by
SUIBE, KOKSTKIN A OO.,
)Blo " Opposite the Postofflca.
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
RfV GROSS' SPALDING'S PREPARED
J7 GLUE received and forsale by
HUlltE, KOKSTEIN 4 CO.,
Jal6e ' Opposite the PostolBce. 1
COMPOSED AND DEDICATED TO THK
pupils of the WeBtern Pemale Seminary, Ox
ford, Ohio, br Mini Mary E. Adams, and illustrated
with a flue view of the Seminary Buildings. Price,
W.centa. JOHN CHURCH, Jr., ,
jalii No. 6o Weat Fourth-street'. '
CHEESE, CHEESE. Just receive dY A
small supply of freeh Kiigllih Stilton, English
Ohedder, Pineapple, Holland, Sap-sago and Parme
gan Cheese. For sale, wholesale and retail, by
, . , a. Mcdonald a Co., ,
JalB M and Branch Btore 249 West Fourth-st. '
FRENCH MUSTARD. Just received, 48
do?,en very superior Mustard. For sale, whole
sale and retail, by A. JttcDON ALD A CO.,
jal 66 and Branch Btore 24 Weat Fourth-it.
FRESH LOBSTERS AND SALMON.
J ust .received, 61 dosen one and two-pound can
fresh Lobsters and Halmon, direct from East port,
Me., Qumping-off place,) where the water ia coolest
and the nsb the beat. For rale, wholesale and re-
un.hy A. Mcdonald oo.,
jaie " Wand Branch Store m West Fourth-st.
MR. G. E. CLASS RESPECTFULLY tN
F0K118 the Inhabitants of Sedarosville and
vicinity that be has optnetl a Orncery-atore, and
will always haveacholoe stock of Goods in hlslinr
on hand All who want good articles please call.
Will sell as low as any one in the neighborhood.
Uylfta'l i - -
I. & B. BRUCE,
Street Kallroad Car nnd Oiunlbu Rlaim
fncturer. WE ARE BUILDING AND SHALL
keep on hand a supply of STREET RAIL
ROAD OA 118 and Omnibuses, whkh we will wat
rant equal In style, II uish and durability, and at s
1 (1 HI m.Iiu. mm anv ma., in K a aa. .
Office Corner of Third and Vine-streets, jalltf
NEW YORK "HOME INSURANCE
COMPANY" AQENOT, Newport, Ky-For
Mliole against fire and marine risks. Capital.
J"" - lora-wrest, Newport. Hr
MRS. J. A. ORTHvl
HAS REMOVED TO NO. 2T9 WEST
r i I B,NKP' hf r keep a full supply
of Ladies' and Genu' Furnishing Goods, Hoelerr,
riT!?!S:Lj , , Jaloaw
WHITE WHEAT FLOUR- The.
Whit Wheat Floor in the city can be had al
:i . j . i. . ; FERGUSON'S,
rH iLoi aJSSSKI H'"ih.."A7!?-!its,:
WIIX OPEN ITS EIGHTH
WW 8X88I0NoaM0HIAT, Februarys, with
a full complement of abl and efficient Teachers.
The RIDING HOB.OOI,, heretofore announced, will
be In full operation at that time, with such a n urn bar .
of Ponle as will accommodate all who wlsk to
practice the healthful and elegant exercise of Hon.
manship. - . . r. ,!
. Omnibuses will, hereafter, take the pupils from
their residence In any part of th city each morning,
and return them after school-boon. All who wish
to avail themselves of this privilege will pleas mak
early application to I. H. WHIT J, West Fourth.
street. ,. "" ' j9am
COAL OIL! . COAL OIL!!
We Are selling" a Noii article
of Ooal Oil at 80 cents per gallon, retail. We ''
will warrant it the best In the market. Call and try
It, MclIENRY A CABSON,
jalZaw . 162 Main-street.
WE ARB NOW PREPARED TO FUR
NISH dealer and consumers with a aplendid
artioleof Carbon Oil. This Oil Is free from smoke,
and considered superior to Ooal Oil for illuminating .
Surposes. It burns in any of the Coal Oil Lamps,
or sale wholesale and retail by
MoHKNBY A CARSON, ;
ja!2aw 161 Maln-etreet.
COAL OIL LAMPS.
WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT
of Hanging, Stand and Side Lamps for burn,
lug Coal and Carbon Oils, whioh we are selling very
M. B. All our Lamps are fitted with the celebrated
Paragon Burner, acknowledged to be the best In
the market. MpHENBT A CARSON,
jaiaaw - .162 Main-street.
GROVER & BAKER'S
SHUTTLE AMD FAMILY
PRICES KKON SO TO fl2S.
New Mode of Ventila .ion!
I . 'Call and St One of
He i ting and Ventilating Furnaces,
In operation at
' CHAMBERLAIN A'OOt'S
Bior Wart-rooms, Nos. 61 and it Vint-ib.
Sawyer & Co.
GAS-BURNING, SMOKE-CONSUMING '
COAL COOKING STOVE !
( , sHTWairanted to give satisfaction. Jtm
j MANUFACTURED AND FOR 8 ALE BY
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & 10.
! Nos. 19 and 21 font Second-(rcet, -
ja!2tf " " CmOlNNATI, OHIO.
FOR BURNING AND LUBRICATING, ;
; ' Free from Offensive Odor, at -
Walnut-street, Cincinnati, O
WE INVITE A COMPARATIVE TRI
AL with any manufacturing establishment
Mr We warrant oar Oils to be equal, If not supe
rior, to any in the market.
mir We invite those in the oily and vicinity to
call and examine for themselves.
vsr Ho persons ordering from a distance, satis,
faction guaranteed in all eases. Address -C.
K. II A HK IN. Agent, or
: A, G. HODUKH, Treneurer,
Kanawha 0. 0. M. Oil Man. Co.,
rtoM 97 Walnut-street, Cincinnati.
HOLIDAY GIFTS !
WE HAVE, JUSE RECEIVED NEW
GOODB by Cxpresi, and our assortment of
: : JLA OIKS' FURS,
. - Constating of
Hudson's Ray H Ablet
Stone ill Br tent
v , ; Uannda and ttllDk sjnhlei
Vitah, Mborian, Squirrel. eYe.,
Is complete and unusually inviting. We have a great
variety of nice and handsome ets of
. CHILDREN'S FCH.8,
ALSO-Fur Gloves, Collars, Robes, Fur Ooats, Ao,
' ' ' We Invite all purchasers of
HOLIDAY GIFTS, .
To call and make selections from our stock of useful
and seasonable presents, which we ehTer at vew low
-C. B. CAMP & CO., -
aV6tf : ; w. 98 ffsit Thlrd.treu
If YOll "WaSilXt
fMl fin, Fat, Fresh OrsTias,(j
Magnum Bonnms, at his Wholesale and Retail Oys
Fifth door above Sixth,
Solution Citrate ol Magnesia
WARRANTED TO KEEP ANY
length of time. For sal in n. nn.ntit. k
length of time. For sale In any quantity by
B. W. cor. Kightht. and Western-row.
Brown's Bronchial Troches,
FOR THE ALLEVIATION OP BRON
CHITI8, Hoarseness. Coughs, Asthma. Colds,
Catarrh, and all disorders of the Breath and Lungs.
For sale by ALBERT B088. Druggist,
ja B. W. oor. Elghth-at and Weetern-row.
Havana Cigars. ., v ;
A LARGE ' AND ' WELL-SELECTED
. stock of the most favorite brands, just recited
and for sale by AM I.RT BOMB, Lrugglat, -ja
B. W. oor. llghia-st and Weetern-row.
J . L A N t B O D L I Y ,
.'- MAiTi'-OTusjiM or ;
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, '
Oarwar Jaha asisl WatsjV .Oiolaaatl.).
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