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THE PRESS.
All )Y W. FBANOISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL,
BDiTons in noninou,
TUB40AY.
JANUARY If
THE DAILY PENNY PRESS--REDUCTION
IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.
. 1 ; j 111 (J : ' j ( i . i",
la order - to neet the often expressed
wLses of ear friends la the eenatry, who
desire to be famished with a. Cheaa Dally
Paper, we hare redaeed the price of oar
sabserlptlon from tear to three dollari per
year, payable la all cum la advance. For
aay less period thaa one rear oar terms
will fee at the old rate of four dollars.
Three dollar barely oafflee to pay for the
blank paper we aeo la printing li, yet we
are determlaed to lre the eoantry mer
chant, as well aa ear city patrons, the
cheapest aod best paper orer published la
tho Qseea City. The Press tarnishes the
same Markets and Telegraph reports siren
by ear larger cetemporariee, with a greater
variety of geaeral and mlsoellaneoaa rend
In. ,' ' "'" '
Cassius M. Clay.
CaiBlu M. CIj tl now la this city. Be ii
spokon of u t candidate for Vice-President
of the United States. .,
Death of Thomas Babington Macaulay.
Another son of genial, another famed ohild
of fame, aa departed to the land of ahadowa.
Thiiii th period of distinguished deaths, and
now Thomas Babingtoa Maoauley is added to
tho long list of celebrated authors. As an
essayist he had no living equal in th language;
ai a historian bis stylo delighted and .his
picture charmed.
He Imtm lis rolnmes of his history, bring
ing th period down to th cloje of Queen
Anne'i reign, and his various contributions
to the Edlnburg Retime, a a monument to
his fame that will ontliro perishable marblo
and th century in which we dwell.
Aa on of the masters of the English tongue,
the literary world is poorer for hii death,
though another vacant nioh in "fame's proud
temple" will he filled with the aplendid atatue
that baa long been carved for Maeauley the
Historian. ' V
The Printers—The Day They Celebrate.
Th American Printer la make-up of the
proper material to venerate th Franklin
character, and to celebrate appropriately th
anniversary of hit birth. The boy who has
don the devil's drudgery in and about a print
ing offioe; who has, night in and night out, aet
types at th caae from hieroglyphics, which
streamed with the light of th eloquence of th
brilliant Intellect of the' day; who has
familiarised himself with th hight and depth
and fullness of the minds of others, and is
ready by hi own off-hand judgment of men
and things to put away his oompoaing stick,
and lay aaide hi rule, after full aervio aa a
jonrneyman printer, and fill any reasonably
responsible station, ia a proper person to cele
brate thia day. The Typo can think dearly,
write perspicuously, and lay down the law aa
strongly and a wisely as the workman from
any .other branch of trade if he does not
surpass every Other.1 . Printers have read the
life and learned the lessona of Franklin, and
many othem Imitate his example in the
walka of sclenoe, in the offioes of state, or in
the control of newspapers. To-day, in cele
bration of him whose name Is known and
honored in all landa on this hie birth-day
anniversary typoa of all grades unite to re
member Franklin's worth, and to enjoy a
social re-union.
On these festival occasions the eraft gen
erally, with their sweethearts and wives,
have a moderate mirth, as we propose to
have to-night, when employers and em
ployeddisplayed latter, Urge and small
caps, all In "pi" all branches of the craft
meet together to honor the self-made mas,
the apprentice and proprietor-printer, the
philosopher and statesman, the great Boston
Tank Ben Franklin. He was the son f
poor parents, passed out of th greasy doors of
hia father's tallow-chandler shop, and was
bound apprentice to leam the art of printing.
He had his dsy of tribulation, and was refined
by the fire of trials, for bia proved to be the
true metal. He published the Gazette, st
Philadelphia, kept a stationary store, issued
Poor Richard's Almanae, and kept the Post
office. He started the first fire oompasy,
became a. law-maker in the State and Postmaster-Genera
of the Colonies. He waa a
Colonel in the army, and a European agent of
th Colonies. Hs was recognised In Europe
aa an eminent philosopher. Ho stood before
King with honor, and kissed their Queens
gallantly. H same home and was aent to
the Congress which gave ns our National
Independence; was a foreign minister, and
maker of trestle abroad, and helped to form
the Constitution under which we live which
glorious inatrument and it concessions, ex
tremists seek to annol with their higher law
and lower lawlessneaa. He waa on cf the
Washington-Jefferson styls of Abolitionists,
and was content to wait the good time coming.
Th writings, th sayings and doinga of
Dr. Franklin were practical wisdom, not the
foljy of mare theory, and bene th recurrence
to his teachings, and hi example is a wire
procedure "' of the compositors, pressman,
printer's devils, flyers and feeders, and poor
newspaper-proprietors, who all should honor
the day, at long as printing-ink and type are
used. Success to th printers and their wife
and wee ones.
Who are Real Murderers of the
Lawrence Factory Operatives?
Th authors of th unprecedented wholesale
slaughter of th innocents in th Psmberton
Mill, Lawrenoo, Mass., ahould b visited with
that pwaUhrarat which would arrest puhlio at
tention, and remind builders of their great
responsibility. The bricklayer, en examina
tion, testified that poor brick was used in the
walls, and that water ran through the founda
tion for months.
The work was done according to the direc
tion of Charles H. Bigelow, Engineer of th
Pemberton Company, and Benjamin Cooledge.
Jar. Tattle, of bowel, the testifies: '
"When th timber for th upper stories
caaaa, they were too abort, and w won or.
dated to put projections upon th wall to rent
tae Was dots. upon. I expressed my opinion at
ths lime, and many time afterward, and havo
oarer changed it, that the walls were too
weak for sieh a building. I told Mr. Bigelow
so whan w wr building it I tolof Mr.
, Paaaasa. one of the owners, so. in Boston, i
. told ntaay others the same thing. I do not
know of aay other large mill with walla so
wU as tM Pemberton, and I never wsnt to
Hail Columbia—The Union Forever.
Emergencies bring forth gems and brilliants.
Hail Columbia, which now has aueh a hoid in
the hearts of the people, waa produced almost
impromptu, for a speoial occasion. A young
man named Fox, attached to the Philadelphia
Theater, ohiefly as a singer, was about to
have a benefit. At that time (1798) there was
a prospaot of war between the United Statea
and France. Fox, anxioua to produce some
novelty for his benefit, conceived the idea of
having an original song that should arouse the
national epiiit. The theatrical poeta tried to
writs such an on but failod. ...
The benefit waa to Uke place on Monday.
And on the previous Saturday afternoon,
Fox oalied on bis old sohool-mate, Judge Jo
soph Hopkinson, son of one of the signers of
the Declaration of Independence, and asked
him to write a song for him, adapted to the
popular air of the President's March. Hop
kinson . consented, and, Kith the object of
i i i j ' .1 in i
awaacmng a iruiy amencmi spirit, wiuioui
offense to either of the violent political parties
of the day, he wrote "Hail Columbia." It be
came a national anthem.
We need at this time a new national song to
awaken all section of the country to regard
with'a common, and a generous love our
blessed Union.
The Buckwheat Straw Principle.
Perhapsourmotherand marriageable daughter
readera do not know what kind of principle
the buok wheat straw principle is. We proceed
to tell them. Mrs. Payne, a pioneer'a wile,
living years ago, near Rising Sun, Indians,
married all her daughters, as she said,
on that principle, She thus explained her
aucoess in getting her daughters married to
the first men of the country: "Too may letycur
buckwheat straw lie in the open field, where
your osttle run without fence, as long aa you
please, and. they will never eat a straw of it;
but just put a light, rickety fence around it,
let the oattle break over, and dog them out ft
few times; still mend up the fence, arjd'tbey
will break down your fence again, and eat up
the straw dean; ao with the young men and
the girls. My daughters were well raised,
good-looking, smart and finely dressed; they
attended public gatherings, and were much
admired. I kept my eyes on them, and when
ever one of them waa accompanied home by
a young man just suoh as I would like, I
would privately tell some of hia associates that
he must never he seen about my houee again,
or it would not be good for him. The princi
ple never failed to operate; a clandestine mar
riage soon followed, the new son-in-law waa
forgiven, and all things moved on smoothly,
until another daughter was marriageable."
ThjSilvib Minis or Ciufobkia. The sil
ver mines in California promiae to bs of far
more importance than tho disoovery of gold in
1848, inasmnch as the produot of the lighter
metal will be now more abundant, and its
comparative appreciation in value, growing
out of its relative scarcity, will cease, thua re
moving the apprehensions of a troublesome
ohange whioh has given so much uocasine a
to political economists. The sample of silver
bearing quarts fully justify the reports last
published. The ore ia worth, in its rioho.t
development, about $35,000 per tun, and the
field of discovery appears to be a solid mine
of this wealth.
Horos to Gcizot. M. Quizot, who is giv
ing the last touch to the third volume of his
memoirs, has lately received a very flattering
compliment from his townsmen of the city
Nimea. The honorary Presidency of tho
Academy of Nimes having been offered to him,
tho illustrious statesmen hastened to reply by
a letter, in whioh he accepted the appoint
ment. M. Guitot added that, notwithstand
ing his advanced age, he hopes to render his
Presidency effective.
TBS EhIRMABJ EXCITSHBNT AT WASHINGTON.
The Washington correspondent of tho Boston
Atlat and See, in speaking of the ballotings
foT Speaker, says: "I was much amused with
the story of one of the western members, who
is, by the way, one of the clearist-leaded an I
largest-hearted men here. Said he. 'I declare
to you I have got so used to shouting out John
Sherman, when I am spoken to, that when tho
waiter asked me this morning at the table what
I would have for breakfast, I told him John
Sherman.' "
Jiotiho or Qba-vi ScBJtoTS. "That was a
severe coughing fit," remarked a sexton to an
undertaker, when they were taking a glare
together. "Oh, 'tis nothing aave a little ale
which went down the wrong way." replied too
undertaker. "Ah, ah, that's juat like you,"
aaid the sexton, "you always lay the coffin o i
the bier."
A Hoggish Trick. A day or two aeo a fel
low got on the train at Indianapolis to go to
Lavfayette. He had with him a box which
he carefmly carried and placed under a set I
in the ladies' oar. An ominous grunting soon
followed, the conductor was called, the box ex
amined, and found to contain a live hogl
A Local Bacirvia a Medal. Mr. Uotori.
the local editor of the Chicago Journal, has
been awarded the silver medal of the United
States Agricultural Society, for the beat report
published of tbe great National Fair, held at
Chicago last fall. This is not the first time a
local has been medal-ed with.
HlLPIi'a Book is ths flnTTTH ..T.
Whoelar. formerl aurrevnr nf Onllfnnl
County, K. C., has been arrested for oiroulat-
I !. I -m rr i , r i
lug MAijr oupivo ui anjnr'i impenang irtst.
Seventy persons have been arrested in Ban
dolph County, N. C, on a similar charge.
LAW REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
Room No. 1 Lawrence A Co. va. Kosler,
A motion to Judge Spencer to dtamtsa an order fur
delinquency of personal property on tbe ground f
ao impeneci uafcripuou 01 earn property, juouon
orerrnled,
KioanTiHT AssisexiNT. 8. D. Oulberteon fa. 0.
B. Buiith and others. Motion to confirm a ealeanil
distribute Broceedi. Thenronertr ws orinin&llv an-
praised at (3fti0.bat there beintf no bidden lira (gala
appraieement,the last time at llfio, and sold at two
tnirde. On coming to be distributed nearly half tbe
Rroceed were appropriated to a paving uiesement
If the residue to the payment of other taxen, eel
1300 to par off a mortgage. The proceedings being
regular, Judge 6pencr said he bad to grant the pre
sent motion, uui remaned upon me uarasnip o
the caae.
Hh lunar n. The Central Insurance OomMir-Ar
tlooopona Are poller taken ont upon a stock of
areuea inmoer, ac. im piaintm anegea mat in
disposing of bia establishment to Weed A KlmbHll
the nolle In attention was ASHiffned bv mistake. W.
A K. alleged that It was intended they should hare
me oenenioi tae policy, inu ium mere waa no mis1
take. Judge Spencer rendered a judgment for de
fnmlnnt.
Jvbt TirAi. Boom No. 3, before Jndfe Btoror.
in the cam oi uiara vs. uanaoipnoa uo., given in a
former report, the jury returned a verdict for de
Hmdnnt.
Thomas Dram vs. The City. A claim for damagri
to ine piainuuB urwwory on me corner ox emiia anu
UoinmDia-sireeis, moiling irom a aeiecure sewer.
COMMON PLEAS.
Civil Sim. fi. Shohl A Co. vs. H. 6tarn
Submitted to Judge Hallon. Judgment for 1110.
Cohen A Voxel vs. H. Btorn. Judgment for 196.
TJivoem. H. A. Center va. Sarah J. tntr. A
decree of divorce allowed by Judge Collins, on tbe
ground of adultery.
VaimsAL Bids. John Olawson was placed on trial
neioro judge carter lor tna muruer oi iucnara Ala'
hone.
The following jury was sworn to try ths ctse: J. T.
nnoograw, w m. ttoDinaon, a. uarnee, reter Loner.
John Myere.O. W. Tlbbetn, J. O. McCollo.b, Mar'
tin Hnrrnll. J. L. Sheanard. J. Ynnnr. H S Kid.
more and jar. Salmon, jr. The evidence baa not
oommenoea.
Judges Johnston and Pruden represent the defense.
CoMVioTioa. Tbe State vs. Verhoerer. In thi
case tbejory ion nil the defendant guilty upon the
uunu lamrit iu im luuiutimui-au ajsaauil Wltn 10
tent to oommlt a rape on Xmma Zimmerman,
AMUSEMENTS.
Pica's OpiRt-souas. The entertainment
at th Oper hotvt. lat night, for the benefit of the
firemen's Kenevolent Association, drew an audienoe
to that establishment of nut leas than ,o0D persons.
Fecnntarily, the affair was a complete success, and a
large sum will bo realized, to be devoted to the fund
ia aid of disabled liremen.
Tna TtMPtat passed off finely, and with the excep
tion of a single fnnx pas, was admirably performed.
Tovard "the dainty Ariel" we are disposed to be
l(nlent. and feel, when we saae into his face, that we
can forgive all bis fanlte; hut when we reach onr
deaR and assume our critical robes ourcandor com
pels us to find fault. ' ....
We are not lll-natnred or exacting, but, Viola,
ynu mnat not laugh npon tho stage when the imper
sonation does not require It. Occasionally, and un
der rertalncircnmetancee. this may be excused; bntit
eeems to be a poiiilvo fault with you, and should be
at once corrected. With this exception, your repre
eentation of tbe character grows better nightly; en4
although there is still room for Improvement, we
yet hope to see you in this ardnous part when we
shall he compelled to plare upon your brow a wreath
unsullied by a breath of flame.
"Miranda" Is tbe same sweet girl with whom wo
became acquainted more than a week ago, and wo
well understand how deeply "Ferdlnand'rwisbed to
set her name in his prai ore. To-night will probably
be the last opportunity that will be offered to witness
thle really magnificent spectacle, and we heartily
urge all who have not yet seen it to visit ths Opora
houte this evening.
COKPLIMSICTAEV CoROIRT AT TBI SfCISCIR
Hoots. A complimentary concert, to bo given at
the Spencer Bouse, on Friday evening next, Is an
nounced for the benefit of Lucy Kscott. She will be
assiitedby Mrs, Miranda and Charles Knnkel, and
as tbe proprietors of the establishment have gen
erously offered them tbe use of their ordinary for tlm
occasion, we earnestly hope onr citiaens will respond
to the call and Oil it to repletion.
'Wood's Tbsatsb. This neat and eosy es
tablishment was quite w.ill rilled last niaht to witness
the opening performance of the farewell angaeement
nf EliKa Lnffal. IIhf imnerHOnation of t,Evadne'
wne natural, womanly and classic, and thevrordaof
me parr lei i upon tne ear use vernal tnnsio. in every
scene throughout the play she ollcited tbe sympa
thies of her audience, and gave them a translatfon
of tbe character to be preserved In the amber of their
meuoriee forever. To-night she will appear aa
"Julia" in ThiHurchbali a part in which she ex
cels and we hope it mav attract eueh an audience
aa that to which ber merit entitles her.
National Thiatis. The new pantomime
HaBLigri Asowaliqui drew an excellent and!
ence to the National last night, and passed off quite
agreeably. II is full of incident and has bean pre
pared with great care and considerable taste.
Surra A Niox's Hall. Prof. Jacobs had
qjiltea fair audience last nlsht at Smith A KItovTs
Hall, which be astonished with hie wonderful tricks.
Many of these are entirely new, some of them excel
lent and all of them good.
Ths PaiirTSBS' Ball and Fssttval. Ex
pectation is on tip-toe with those who propose
attending tbe printers' festival, this evening,
at ths Burnet Heme, and Fancy, peering into
the Future, paints the scene in the most glow
ing colors. Even now, as Festus would say,
the feet of many a girl, in anticipation, aro
dreaming a dance, while the imagination
whirls in giddy voluptuousness through the
maie of a soul-born waltz, or gracefully glides
through a mystio quadrille. Every appear
ance promises a magnificent affair, and it ia
confidently expected that
"MoonllRht, and music, and kisses, and wine.
And beauty that must be for rhyme's sake divine,"
will be combined to give the dancing hours a
joy thsy never knew before.
NEWPORT NEWS.
FcoAOiocg Lovsbs aud Famtabtio Mab
biaqk. The aphorism that the "course of
true love never did run smooth." would have
been oorreot, had Shakspeare never uttered
it. it is one ot tne lundamental laws or na
ture that no human being can be truly happy
while sojourning on this mundane sobers: and
juat as we feel ourselves sure of obtaining
wnat is thus forbidden by the oruel hand of
fate, and just as we commence to congratnlate
ourselves upon our apparent success, oruel
destiny atteirpta to rob us of our hopes, and
transplant in their stead wretchedness and
despair.
The lover thinks to seize her whose charms
have enthralled hia whole being, but suddenly
finds the prize snatched away by the hand of
a ruthless parent. However, he consoles
himself. What man has done, man can do.
Paris carried his Helen from Sparta to Troy,
over a stormy aea, in a frail vessel; can not a
brave Kentuokian escape over a single river,
navigated by a first-class ateamboatT
So thought agallantson of Campbell County,
recently, who, though he had secured the
heart o( a fair damsel, found himself deprived
of her hand, by the stern mandate of her
papa. Filled with a determination that would
have done honor to Spanish or Moorish
chivalry in the fifteenth century, he visited
his lady's chamber, stole ber away, and, ac
companied by four of hia male friends, all on
horseback, proceedad in ereat haste toward
the north star and matrimony. About twelve
o'clock night before last, our citizens wre
aroused by the trampling of horses iff the dis
tance. Nearer and nearer they drew, two of
the riders a male and female side by aide, and
followed by the identioal four tried and trusty
friends, moving along in single file, as if pur
suing, yet really anting aa the rear guard of
the procession. When they arrived at the
ferry-boat, "haste thee, haste!" was hurriedlv
uttered by tho lady, and re-echoed by the at
tendants, witn an speed the boat wss
pushed oft", and two or three strokes of tbe
wheel rendered further pursuit, by the modern
Lord Ullin, utterly hopeless. As the boat
moved off it was observed that, though one
"lovely hand of the maiden was not stretched
for aid," the other was "around her lover."
Cincinnati was reached, after a vovaea
"through storm and shade," and the parties
repaired to the office of a city justice, and
were soon united, and the whole oom pany returned.
COVINGTON NEWS.
Poliri Mattres. Several
anii , , j
cases were men
yesterday by Judge Madeira, among which
we notice tne ionowing.
E. D. Powers and Henry Taphorn were
each lined $5 60 for abusing a small boy on
Dunaay lanw
Morris Meiony, a vagrant, who escaped
from Jail some time since, was remanded to
his old quarters.
J. Kabird and Rebncoa Duffey, for disorderly
oonduct, were fined $12 00 each.
Ward Bkliip Comhttiis. The following?
named members of the Council have been ap
pointed to serve on the Relief Committees of
their respective wards during the ensuing
year: First Ward, H. Myers: Seoond Ward,
J. Battesby: Third .Ward, W. W. Alinut;
JToorth Ward, R. K. Snmmerwellj Fifth Ward,.
Theodore Vonhein; Sixth Ward, F. Dressman;
Seventh Ward, J. Longacre.
Bkbiokation. On account of some disagree
ment between himself and the sohool board,
Professor Mathews, principal of the public
schools of thia city, resigned hia position on
Saturday last It is understood that an effort
will bs made to secure the return of Professor
Drury, who for some time had charge of His
schools, who is favorably known here in his
professional capacity.
Kan toh Conaiv Dbhocbat. This is ths title
of a new Democratic paper published in this
eity, the first number of which appeared on
Saturday last. It is a neatly printed sheet of
twenty-four columns, and is "devoted to ths
furtherance of Democratic principles." It is
edited and published by J. A. Slaughter and
J. H. Gravener. -
LicroBi, Hon. Bellamy Storer will deliver
a lecture on the "Idolatries of the Age," at
Odd Fellow's Hall this evening. The net pro
ceeds will be devoted to the benefit of Trinity
vuurcu. ' , . .
Rslioious. The protraoted meeting at ths
Third-street Christian Church is still ia prog
ress, end the interest ia unabated.
'
HOME INTEREST.
jT A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewi Iry, Hoa. Ml and 171 Western-row.
- , ',
pf 50,000 Ambrotypes and Melainotypes
caa be had at tho Broadway Gallery for Holiday
Presents.
$3t" Great redaction in price ot , Fancy
Oases at the Broadway Gallery, at No 68 Broadway.
Pictures on paper, glass, Iron or leather, at one-third
the price others ohargo. .-,,,
' fit Laguerrean Gallery, south-west ow
ner of Sixth sad Western-row, over Hanaaiord's
drug -store. Pictures taken and ot la good case
i for twenty cents. Warranted to please;
MARRIED
. BTASlBY-lMN.-ln 8t. PanTs Church, last
evening, by the Bev. Dr. Oreenleaf, Henry Stanley,
Sea., of St. Louis, to Hiss Anuls Jden, of this oily.
LIHOKNFSLTKB-EQOLISTON.-At the D6n.
nison Howe, on Monday. January 16, by the Bev.
Mr. Hullivan, of Trinity Church. Mr. Jesse B.JMng
enfelur, of Carrollton. Ky., to Hiss Lisilo S. Zg
gleaton, of the same place.
DIED.
LBOOTJNT.-Janoary IS, of eononseinn of the
brain. Mary Lecount, In the sixty-fifth year of ber
age, in Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly of Knglaud.
The friends of the family are mpecfnllv Invited to
attend tbe funeral from the residence of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Harris, Bo. U West alghth-strwt, to-day,
17th, at IX o'clock. (Ch. Times.)
Special Attention!
j -7-3 ""
WEST FOURTH-STREET
Deland & Gossage's,
Bargains !
PARIS NOVELTIES!
. -IN-
BIOH STYLES VELVET CLOAKS
CLOSING-OUT SALES
SHAWLS! SHAWLS!
PLAID WOOL SHAWLS,
At 9h worth $i.
REVERSIBLE SHAWLS!
At S3 worth 83.
Beversible Shawls at H, worth $7.
Super Double-faced Shawls,
At 83, worth 810.
IMPERIAL WOOL SHAWLS,
At $3 and $6, worth 810 and $12.
EYENINtt SHAWLS,
At 83 and 84, worth 80 and 98.
Opera Shawls,
At 83 and 83, worth 80 and 88. '
V Buyers will And all of the above goods worthy
their special attention, and an early call will Insure
ran bargains.
DELAND & COSSACE,
74 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
FOR THE CHEAPEST
LADIES' PURS!
In tbe eity, go to - -
deiotf nea Western row,
SPECIAL NOTICES.
.
KIT
dayJJIVE
PHOENIX
CIiUB. THERF.
111 haaRnerial Mentine On THlHlTUel-
iar)JIVFNINQ,at their Hallon Fifth-etreet, at 7
o'clock. A fall attendance Is earnestly requested, as
business of importance will be transacted.
Brorderof C) BKAD OBNTIB.
MASONIC A N ADJOURNED
Meeting of MIAMI LODGE, No.
.6, .and A. M, will be held III IS (Tues
day) EVENING, at 7 o'clock, for work.
Members and visiting bretlin n are invited
to be present. By order of I ho W. M.
jal7e JOUN O. PABB, Bec'y.
OHIO LIFE INSURANCE CO.
The Rtnckhnldera of the Ohio Life Insur
ance Company are notified that (he Annual Meeting
ior tne cnotce oi uireciore win ne neiu en mt, uuiu
nf ths company, Ito. 68 West Third-street, on HON
DA?, the eth day of February, 1860, between the
nours oi 11 o ciock a. m. ana i r. in.
jal2t
HENRY HOOK KY, Secretary.
CHILBLAINS AND FROST
ED FEET. -Palmer's Vetretable Cosmetic
Lutiou is the never-failing remedy for theee great
annoyances. It not only enects a complete core,
often by one thorough application, but It decreases
the liability to a return of the same dlfflouity. For
sale by druggists generally.
bOLON PALME B, Agent,
de29 No. SS West Foarth-etreet.
ftaEVIDENCE ACCUMULATES.
tt&f Cincinnati, Dec. 17, 1869.-Mr. 8. Palmer
Dear dir: tome fire years since I received a severe
iniury on my left arm, near the elbow, since which
j ' , .i i .... . ........
il uavti uceu nimbly Huu.'jeu uj icuiiuiruug wim-wro
the same. After using varione leniediee without
success, 1 was induced to try your VegetaDio t -osmetic
Lotion, and am happy in informing yon that
the use of half a bottle baa left my arm at smooth
and free from disease aa its mate.
Gratefully yours,
JOHN W. DAMENUOWEB.
No. 146 West Third street.
For sale by druggists everywhere. Be sure to got
Palmer's Vegetable Votmetlo Loiion.and accept of
nothing else. SOLON PALMEH, Agent,
deft) Mo. S6 West Fourth-street, (Jinomnatl, O.
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DIS
COVER Y la acknowledged bv the most em-
nent physicians, and by the most careful druggists
throughout the United States, to bethenioateffectual
Dioou-purinerever snown,anato .aarereueveu more
snffering, and etlected more permanent cures, than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Bait Bheum, Erysipelas, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the ayatem restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit directions (or theoureof ulcerated sore
legs, and other corrupt and running nicer, 1 given in
the pamphlet with each bottle. For sale by JOHN P.
PABK. 8UIBB, EOKSTEIM CO., and QEOBOK
M. DIXON. Price 8L sepl-ay
fstf-OFFICE OF TBE PAS8EN-
IV Qma BAILBOAD
Company of Cincin
nati, H, W. oorner of Third
and Bic-itreets. October.
IS, 1859.-This road ie now open. . Oars will start,
at luierrais oi ion minatee, irom 5:30 a. B. 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. Citlnent will please bear In mind that the
cars will invariably cross intersecting streets before
stopping for passengers.
oclo-tf JAMBS J. BOBBIN8. President.
Peaeb Orchard, Yonghlocheny, Hartford
City and Hyracaae Cools. -
WE ARB DELIVERING! THS, ABOVE
qualities of Coal from tho boats in excellent
order and prompt delivery.
CAN FIELD A BIBTBAM,
' Dealort in Coal and Coke,
de30am ITS East Front-st.. near Butler.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Genuine Glycerine Lotion,
AS PREPARED BY GEO. M. DIXON,
cures chapped hands snd roughness of tbe
saw. aiso, promotes tne growth oi tne natr,
" al7aw '
N. l.'oor. Fifth and Main-streets.
Coal Oil
HURB GOAL OIL FOR BURNING-For
m. sale at manufacturere' prices.
; OKO. M. DIXON. Drug fist,
, Jal7aw N. g. cor. Fifth ana Main-streets.
; ; : , Hemp Seed. '
K BBLS. PRIME 8EEDPor salo by
. , GEO. M. DIXON. Druggist.
ja!7aw
1 - W K r fifth anrf M.l..rltta
Sage, Sage.
(1AA LBS. FRESH SAGE For sals by
UBO. M. DIXON, Dniggisf,
nir.fi M m-v-nM nn,Ai.7
jal7aw
X. X. cor. Flfdi and Uaiu-streeta.
NEW ADVEBTISEMENTS.
CLOSING-OUT SALES
--JOB- -
T jSlN XJ - A. 3FL "ST !
DELAND &
GOSSAGE,
"West Fourth-st.
Dave this day red need their Fall and Winter Goods,
and will offer (rest bargains throughout the month.
BiVADBRE & PLAID SILKS
. BeJuces toSO, 62Xaod7ooenU.
Fine Quality French Merino,
AteO,76ano87XeenU.
PRINTEDMERINOES,
GOOD PTTLI AND STJPEMOB QTJALITT,
At3)s,and$l. : : :. .
Printed All-wool Delaines
. ! At SO and SlH tents.
Auction Lot All-wool Plaids
' At and StH cents.
French Chintzes, &c.
At lS,and2Soents.
English and American Prints,
: (Fast colors,) at SX, S, 10 and 12X oents.
' Wsare also prepared to offer housekeepers great
inducements in Furnishinc and Doratstlc Goods,
Hosiery, Under-garmenta, Goods for Boys' Wear, Ac.
A LOT OF BED-BLANKETS,
Vary cheap, to close out.
DELAND & G0SSAGE,
74 West Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPEBA-HOCBE.
' (jalStfl
Wheeler & Wilson's
SEWING MACHINE!
H Principal Offloe, No. 77 West Fonrth
St., PIKE'S UPKRA-HUTJ8E, Clnclnnart.
WE OFFER TO THE PUBLIC THE
Wheeler A Wilson Sawing: Machine, with im
portant Improvements, and to meet the demand for
a good, low-priced Family Machine, have intro
ducedsNHW HfYLE, working upon the same prin
ciple, and malting tbe same si Itch, though not so
highly finished, at K1FTV-FIVE llikLlAR
Toe elegance, speed, uoiseleuess and simplicity of
the Machine, the beauty and strength of stitch, beinit
ALIKE ON BOTH HIDES, impossible to ravel, and
leavina1 no chain or ridge 4.n the under aide. tb
economy of thread and adaptability to tbe thickest
or thinnest taorlcs, has rendered tnis the most suc
cessful and popular Family Hewing Machine now
made.
at onr various offices we sell at New York prices,
and give instructions free of charge, to enable pur
chasers to sen ordinary seams, hem, fell, quilt,
gather, bind and tuck, all on the same machine, and
warrant it fr tbree years.
Send or call for a circular contalnlDgTull particu
lars, prices, testimonials. c.
jaray win, en nsia as sju.
BENZINE,
GLOVES,
BILKS,
1UBB0NS,
. -ui VELVETS,
CLOTHS,
AND EVERY OTHER ARTICLE OF
wearing apparel, can be thoroughly cleansed
from grease, paint, stains, coal-smoke, Ao., by tbe
use of Purified Benilne. Prepared bv
BUlttK, KU&.BIK1N S W..
)a!6c Onjoslte tho Postofflco.
For Chapped Hands, Face, &Ci,
THE GLT0AMYL OF ROSES IS AN
elegant and very effiolent remedy for ohanei
ronghneaaof the skin, pimples and blotches on the
face, Ao. It renders the skin soft and smooth and
preserves it in a healthy condition. ,
rreparea ana ior saie ny
BUIBB, ECKSTEIN ft CO.,
ja!6c . . Opposite the Poatofflce.
Concentrated Lej,
FOR MAKING HARD OR SOFT SOAP,
softening water, tc. Ths process of making
soap with this ley is to easy and the eoonomyso
great that no housekeeper should be without it.
For sals by . SCIRE, EOKHTE1N (JO.,
JalSo - Opposite the Poetofflee.
Epsom Salts.
OR BRLS. EPSOM SALTS RECEIVED
Jtf and for sale by
BCIBE. EOKSTEIM A CO.,
JalSo Opposite the Poetofflcs.
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
tlft GROSS SPALDING'S PREPARED
J" GLUE received and for sale by
BUIBE, EOK8TEIN A OO.,
lalSe Opposite the PostoMce. '
-THE-
W1TI0N POLRAP
COMPOSED AND DEDICATED TO THE
pupils or the Western Female Seminary, Ox
ford, Ohio, by Miss Mary C.Adams, and illustrated
wun a nne view oi the seminal
arv Bnlldinaa. Price.
30 cents.
juun uaurturi, jr.,
No. 66 West Fourth-street.
jal
CHEESE, CHEESE. Just received, a
small supply of fresh English Stilton. English
Ohedder, Pineapple, Holland, Sap-sago and Parme
gan Uheese. For sale, wholesale and retail, by
a. Mcdonald to., i
Jam 66 and Branch Store 849 Weet Fonrth-et.
FRENCH MUSTARD. Jost rsosivsd, 4H
dozen very superior Mustard. For sale, whole
sale and retail, V A. MoDON ALD 00.,
ja!6 66 and Branch Store 24 West Fonrth-sl.
FRESH LOBSTERS AND SALMON.
Just received, 62 doaen one and two-sound cans
freshlKbeters and Salmon, direct from East port,
Me., (iumping off place.Vwhere the water is cooled
and the fish the beat. For sale, wholesale and ,
u."t.b' a. Mcdonald oo.,
, JalS St and Branch Btore 249 West Fourth-et.
I. &B. BRUCE,
Street Unllroad Car and Omnlbns IMaau
fueturers. WE ARB BUILDING AND SHALL
keep cn hand a supply of 8TBEIT BAIL
BOAD 0AB8 and Omnibuses, which we will war.
rant equal in style, finish and durability, and at as
low prices, at any made in the country.
Offloe (Jorner of Third and Vlne-etreets. Jal4tf
w
HUE WHEAT FLOUR-Tho bf
White Wheat Flour In the city can be had st
' , ..Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
N. B. Goods delivered to any part of tbe eity with
f romptnees snd without charge. ja7
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Mor rr ic a u b u u w
Younf? Ladies, ! ,
x rsr Tx "X" u "jl1 eh
I . - ' 1..-. ' -r
ff9 WIM OPEN ITS EIGHTH
VSTf SESSION on MONDAY, Februarys, with
a full complement of able and efficient Teachers.
The BIDING SCHOOL, heretofore announced, will
be lu full operation at that time, with such a number
of Ponies aa will accommodate all who wlik to
praotloe ths healthful and elegant szeroisf of Horse
manship. ''- ' ..... . . . . . 1
Omnlbntes will, hereafter, take the pupils from
their residences In any part of the'clty each morning,
and return them after school-hours. All who wish
to avail themselves of this privilege will please make
early application to I. H. WBITX, IS West Fourth.
street. ;' " ' ' Ja9am ;
COAL OIL! COAL OIL I!
r. ' SSS.M
WE ARE SELLING A NO. 1 ARTICLE
of Ooal Oil at 90 oents per gallon, retail. Wo
will warrant It the best In tbe market, Call and try
It, i. ,, . r , HoBKNBT 0AB80M,
Jal2aw . " 162 Main-street. '
CAIi0 OIL.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FUR
NISH dealers and consumers with a splendid
article of Oarbon Oil. This Oil is free from smoke,
and considered superior to Ooal Oil for illuminating
purposes. It burns in any of the Ooal Oil Lamps.
For sale wholesale and retail bv
, MoHBNBY A OABSON,
jal2aw , 162 Main-street. .,
COAL OIL LAMPS.
VV HAVE A LARdB ASSORTMENT
-WW of Banging, Stand and Side Lamps for burn-
Ing Ooal and Oar boa Oils, which wo are selling very
low.
N. B. All onr Lamps are Acted with the celebrated
Paragon Burner, acknowledged to be the beet in
the market. . MoflENBT A CABSON,
jaliaw 162 Main-street.
GROVER & BAKER'S
CeleT3 rtc3L
SHUTTLE AND FAMILY
PRICES FROM 50 TO $125. '
West Fourth-st.
j7tf
CINCINNATI.
PURE AIR!
New Mode of Yentiltnion!
Call and gt One of
SAWYEIl&CO'S
; PATENT '
Heiting and Ventilating Furnaces,
;..- In operation at
CHAMBERLAIN 4 0 0'S
Stors Wars-rooms, Nos. SI and fiS Vlns-iL,
- (Below Columbia.) t i ,-.
Sawyer & Go.
Cno9ay1 ' "
THE GLADIATOR
OA8-B0BN1NO, BMOKE-CON8TJMINO
COAL COOKING STOVE !
FOUR SIZES.
WTWarranUd to gtr iwtlflfactlon.akfer
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE BY
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & 00.
; Nos. 10 and 31 East Second-street,
Jalltf ' 1 CINCINNATI, OHIO. ,
Excelsior ;
PAR AFFINE OILS!
FOB BURNING AND LUBRICATING,
Free from Offensive Odor, at
No. &7
Walnut-street, Cincinnati, O
WE INVITB A COMPARATIVE TRI
AL with any manufacturing establishment
n America. -
ar We warrant onr Oils to bs etnal, If not sun,
rior, to any in the market.
Jr We invite those in the oitv and vioinltr to
call and examine for themselves.
Mr Uo person, ordering from a distance, satis
faction guaranteed in all cases. Address -II.
K. HASKIN, Agent, or
A. O. HODGKS Treasurer,
Kanawha 0: 0. M. Oil Man. Co.,
de2S ' ' Vt Walnnt-etreet, Cincinnati.
HOLIDAY GIFTS !
WB- HAVE JUSl RECBIVED NEW
. OOODB by zpreas, and otir assortment of
' LADIES' FOBS, .
' ' OonsUtlngof '
Hadson'sj Bay Aable J
Stone Olarten I '
Canada and Mink gable . -'
'' . riteh, Hlberlan, Hejnlrrel, V4
Is complete and nntitnallr inviting. Wo havo great
variety of nioa and handsome sets of ... -CHILDREN'S
FURS,
ALSO Far Gloves, Collars, Robes, Fur Goats, Ao,
We Invite all purchasers of - ,
. HOLIDAY GIFTS, -To
call and make selections from onr stock of useful
and seasonable presents, which ws offer at vew low
nrioes.
, C, B. CAMP & CO.,
deistf No. 95 West Tblrd-stroeU
If You Want
Fins, Fat, Fresh Orsnms,
ToBb'o
Magnum Bonmns, at his Wholesale and Be tail Ors.
tor House, .,, .1.1
253 253 258 253 253
WAT-iNCT-STstJEET,
. Fifth door above Slalh, west side.
no
Solution Citrate of Magnesia
ARR ANTED TO KEEP ANY
length of time. Tor sale in anv ouantltr bj
Ja:
B. W. cor. Bightht. and Weetern-row.
Brown's Bronchial Troches,
FOR THE ALLEVIATION OP BRON
CHITIS, Hoarseness, Oongha, Asthma. Colds,
Catarrh, and all disorders of the Breath and Lungs.
Ia. a-1 V. A 1 n.n. DABil "
Ja 8. V. eor. Hl.bth-et. and Weetern-row.
Havana Cigars.
A LARGE AND 'WELL-SELECTED
stock of the most favorite brands, just received
and tor sale by ALBKBTKOsS, Druggiet,
Ja , 8. W. cor. Klghih-st and Weetern-row.
LANE BOOLIY,
m.jtrr.crniM or
Wood-Working Machinery,
a4?9 CIRCULAR SAW' HILLS, ' v
OerwerfJska l Water s(:aelaaatl,9.V

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