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THE PBEBS.
AhUW. rBAHOliooi JOHH D.OALDWBLL.
DITOUAKDriOrUITOU. . . .
WKDNKHDV-
.JANUARY IS
THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION
IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.
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la order ts meet Ike often expressed
wlihee of oar frleads la the eonntrr who
desire to ho faralshed with a Cheap Dally
fapei-i we hare redaeed the prlna of our
abeerlptloa from lour to three dollar per
rear, parable ia all eaaea In adrance. For
any leea period than one rear ear terms
will be at the old rate of fear dollar.
Three dollars barely eafflee to par for tho
blank paper we uss In prlnttogr it. yet we
are determined to We the country mer
chants, as well as ear city lmtrons, the
cheapest and best paper ever published In
the Queen City. The Press furnishes tho
same .'lark Ms and Telegraph report srlveu
by oar larcer co temporaries, with a create r
variety of general and miscellaneous read-
D. .
The False Economy of the State.
There team to b a chronic disease of
economy In the General Aaaembly of Ohio,
whioh, for years, bai been attempting to lave
money by hiring out tho labor of the eonvicta.
The convict are not thought of in any otber
light than as so many spindlea which can be
made to twirl, as power is applied by the son
tractor who will pay the highent prioe fur their
labor. We don't objaot to requiring of tbe
convict constant and remunerative labor, but
lr the name of tbe impoted-upon, helpless
prisoners, who have no voice of their own that
dan be heard, we denounce the whole ejateai
on wbioh the contractor avails himself oi a
speciality of labor from the Stato convicts
Those who are incarcerated for a term of years
can learn a trade, and, as they now do, tuuy
learn an unprofitable trade ruinous trade
to the prisoner. To make money, the con
tractor puts one man, like a horse in a treat!
mill, to on nnoeasiog, unchanged routine.
One goes to work at oramplng bootlegs for
years he does nothing else; another tongue
buokles for year be does nothing elsejanothor
news the seam alonga piece of cloth or leather,
that is never varied tho division of labor in
minute; no combinations, no perfections, no
completions. " The proSolent in this little
minor branch of industry bring thousands of
dollars to the treasury of the contractor; but
when his own time is out the hard-worked
man, if disposed to work for an honest Hveli
hood, has no fitness but for his slight acquire
meat. To avail he must have a convention of
hit fellows, he must have another penitentiary
workshop in some oity, or his art is profitlers
In the wisdom of the General Assembly we
hare hopes that the education of the hand and
of the eye of the convict will not be overlooke J
Put the contractors on another tack put
them out entirely rather than foil the unforlu
nate man for future usefulness. Suppose the
8tate does have to inour expense in the change,
what she apparently loses here would be
actually gained.
The tax-total would be lessened, if all lb
erring ones let out of prison had an every-day
trade whole trades. If the one who worked
on a shoe could make a whole shoe, and could
serve the world as a master in his trade. He
should be a whole cooper. A tailor indeed,
not a snip not the ninety-ninth part of a
man. The subjeot is above politlos it rises
up to the merit of true statesmanship. Talk
not of the slaves of the South; look well,
Governor! and Assembly-men of the North, to
your Greeks at your doors the degraded,
neglected and much-abused poor and erring at
home and talk not so loud and whining ly
about the bound to servioe and labor at lue
South. Charity commences at home.
The Professors of Crime
Perhaps you have heard of Professor Har
rington, of Botanv Bay renown. The art of
catting purses and picking pockets was
taught in several easy lessons by him, and
others since in regular schools or resorts fur
thieves. Pupils were learned dexterity of
hand In their trade; this was don by bath
ing up a pooket and a purse, one oontainii g
counters and the otber silver, each of tht m
being "hung about with hawk's bells," and
having a little bell at top. The pupil was in
structed to take out the silver and counters
without gingling the bells, whioh when be
had acoompliihed, his proficiency was re
warded by styling him a nypper and aoiOr;
the former term signifying a pick-puree, or
cut-purse, and the latter a piok-pocket In
the prisons and in the penitentiaries' oonviots
'ommunioate with each other by gestures,
signs, and occasionally by a written language.
Great skill, taot and cunning are practical,
and it takes sharp officials to out-wit the ui.
The whols-day conference of a jail full of
prisoners in a common hall, the expeil in
crime with the offenders, is an outrage ncl
makes the placeascheol-house ahigh-sobcol
culture in crime. If Hamilton County is to
have less criminals, she should not allow
criminals to consort daily with eaoh other.
Locke ha said, "Of all tbe uieu we meet with,
niue parts in ten are what they are, good or
evil, useful or not, by their education." - Iiow
important then is it for us to know the full
effect of the education of our city and oouuly
prison. Classify tbe inmates, we say.
Habits of Depravity.
It seems to us that a personal responsibility,
to which we all are subjeot, Is attempted to be
thrown off our shoulders on seating ourselves
comfortably in stone-front buildings, with all
the modern conveniences we seem to be coi
tent to put on our slippers and gown, and scat
ourselves in our easy-chairs in well-furnish d,
well-heated rooms, and b oblivious of tbe
degraded and the criminal j go to church in
our coaches, and pay the taxes of a olty gov
ernment with a slight grumble twice a year,
and let th poor devils that are illy cared kt
go through their routine of revel, rows and ir
oaroeratlon' without any personal care of our'.
This may be done Indeed, It 1 too eammon'y
done, but it ought not to be done. Since the
advent of Him who went about doing good, it
has become th bounden duty of each on of
a to esteem our neighbor as a brother, atd
see that he dots not fall into th pit; and
perchance this etsualty bat occurred, to extri
cate him thence, always remembering whence
our feet were taken. It la a melancholy re
flection that so many youth in our city sr
led away from the path in which their mothi rt
taught them to tread, snd daily and nightly
continue in habits or depravity, mere i
fault that all of us In eitles are guilty of this
neglect of eur fellow this Indifference to tbe
habit of the young. Lst each on, then, look
to his own duty and let as have a oorrect pub
lie opinion toward counteracting depravity in
tha habits of u' oath.
School Trustees.
It is quit a orodltable relation for a oitlien
to dsvot his time, on eleelion by th people,
to the detail service of Trustee and Visitor of
the Common Sohools. The acceptance of the
office implies a determination to render prac
tical service. If the weekly meetings of the
Board are not attended six weeks in succes
sion, without leave, it is considered a volun
tary resignation. Three members of our City
Board have, by absence, caused that construc
tion to be made thereof. We regret that Judgo
Tilden, of th Ninth Ward, Mr. Frendsorf, of
th Twelfth, and Dr. Doherty, of the Thir
teenth Ward, could not arrange their other
engagements to remain in the Board. The
seat of Dr. Doherty is vacated, and th Board
will next Monday night appoint a new mem
ber.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, January 17.
a
SENATE. A communication was received
from the Seoretary of War.
Mr. Sumner introduced a blll,supplementary
to the act of 1851. relative to the reliabilities
of ship-owners. Referred.
Mr. Cameron introduced a bill for the relief
of the widow of General Persifer F. Smith.
Mr. Mason introduced a memorial of tbe
Alexandria A Washington Railroad Company
for leave to bring their road across the long
bridge, and connect with the Baltimore 4 Ohio
Road.
Mr. Slidell, from the 'select oommUtee, re
ported back tbe bill to prohibit tho circulation
in the District of Columbia of bills under $20,
with a reoommendation that it pass.
Mr. Brown corrected a statement of his re
marks on the Sd of January, whioh repre
sented him as saying that the 4,000,000 South
ern slaves occupied a position, eooially,
morally and physically better than any oth r
laborers on the faoe of the globe. What be
said was, that their position were superior to
that of the same race in any quarter of tbe
globe.
The hour having arrived for the election ol
a Printer to the Senate, Mr. Brown said, as be
did not intend to vote for the nominee, Mr.
Bowman, he would give his reasons. Tbe
first was personal to himself. The Cbnititution
had, in insulting and disoourteous terms, dis
cussed the speeob. delivered by him before the
Mississippi Legislature last fall, without per
mitting its readers to see what had been said.
He did not wish this to oontrol the vote of oth
ers. In the second place, the letter of Mr.
Sneed, a prominent Opposition gentleman of
Mississippi, to parties in Memphis, was pub
lished in the Goiuttiution, while his speech was
excluded. The letter of Mr. Sneed was mot
offensive to the Democratio party of his Stato,
and therefore, on party grounds, he was not
bound to support Mr. Bowman.
He alluded to the arrangement by which
Mr. Bowman was to receive $20,000 per year,
while Wendell was Publio Printer, and pro
nounced it either a corrupt or stupid act. He
also denounced the system of taking money
out of the publio treasury for the support of
worthless and vagabond papers.
Mr. Bigler followed in defense of Bowman.
The debate was further oontinued by Messrs.
Brown, Hale, Davis, Clay, Johnson, of Ark ,
King and Fessenden.
A motion was made to adjourn and lost.
The Senate then proceeded to ballot for
Printer, with the following result: Whole num
ber of votes 48, of which Bowman received 27.
Adjourned.
HOUSE. There being a slim attendance,
there was a call of the House.
Mr. Pennington, of N. J., withdrew his res
olution proposing tho adoption of the plural
ity rule. He did so, he said, to avoid contu
sion. Mr. Hutohins, of Ohio, (successor to Mr.
Giddings) concurred with his friends that a
discussion anterior to organisation was out of
place. It has boen conducted in exceedingly
bad taste, to use no harsher term. The Ko
publioan party, with whioh he was proud to
act, and the people of the free States had been
rudely, he might say shamefully, assailed.
Their principles and acts had been grossly
misrepresented; their motives and patriotism
rudely impeached and their citizens denounced
as worthy of the gallows for frankly express
ing their constitutional rights on the subjeot
of slavery.
A resolution had been introduced here, say
ing that persons who did a certain thing weio
unfit to be Speaker. His opinion was tout
any man who pursues the pro-slavery policy
is politically unfit to be Speaker, ana so Is
any man who believes right tbe re-opening uf
the African slave trade, or who opposes tbe
admission of Kansas Into the Union under her
recently adopted constitution. But he wouM
regard it as entirely out of order for him to
Introduce a resolution to the effeot. He denlt '1
tbe right of the minority or majority to pre
scribe a rule by which his vote for Speaker is
to be controlled or regulated.
Mr. Hutchins, after some debate, moved the
plurality Yule, and also the previous question.
Further debate ensued oa points of order,
after which Mr. Sickles save notice of the res
olution alluded to in the Washington dis
patoh last night.
Messrs. Clark (New York), and Reagai.,
pronounced it impracticable, though the latter
approved its spirit.
Several motions were made for a vote with
out a result, objections being made on both
sides.
Mr. Hickman said they had now some to
dead lock a point they might as well have
reached four weeks ago. The Southern
minority say they will not submit to a ruu-
Mr. uarksaaie xou mistake tnetr position.
Mr. Hokman would repeat what he bud
said, and so distinctly that none could mis
apprehend It. The declaration bad been made
nere ty more tnan one southern eeuueniau
that they are determined to resist the will of
tho majority by ail parliamentary as well as
other means.
Mr. Winslow explained they would resist a
vote on the plurality rule until a vote be take u
on the resolution ot Mr. Liark, of Missouri.
Mr. Hickman understood that this would bo
resisted by dilatory motions, and said tbe
Northern Democrats had joined the Southern
Democrats In the determination not to allow
the plurality rule to be voted on under any
circumstances. The point is therefore reaohed
when the minority is resolved to disregard tbe
will of tbe majority and prevent them from
manifesting their wish. The Southern party,
with some Northern Demoorats, will never let
the House be organ i zed.
Mr. Barr said that the Northern Demoorats
would speak for themselves. The gentleman
might, however, speak for those who ran away
for a mess of potage.
Mr. Hickman They will get stronger gruel
on this side of the House. Northern men are
controlled by Southern men to prevent the
adoption of any rule.
Mr. Barr repeated that no Southern gentle
man had controlled any Northern man, lie
should not place him in a fake position.
Mr. Hiokman said he could prove that
Northern men are thus controlled, and should
never farer another ballot for Speaker until he
was satisfied a change bad taken place in the
minds of gentlemen on all tides, or until tbe
plurality rule or some other analogous on
should b adopted.
Mr. MoClemand said'Mr. Hickman's inso
lence was unbearable. By what authority did
the gentleman from Pennsylvania speak as ho
did? He was not on of the, Democrats, al
though he pretended to be. This pretension was
un founded. He was not a Democrat, but a recreant
and a traitor to the Democratloparty,
Applause on the Democratic side. We dis
own and repudiate him. ' Tho gentleman from
Pennsylvania imputed what was false when he
said Northern men are controlled by Southern
men. This charge eould emanate only from
a man who was controlled and J the slave and
instrument of other. Mr. 'Hiokman has
boxed all th points of th political eompass.
H at first denounced Gen. Jackson. -
Mr. Hickman asked Mr. McOlernand to give
way a moment. .
Mr. MoClornand, sternly. Not a word. '
A Voice. Go to the Republican side, where
you belong.
Mr. McOlernand further spoke of Mr. Hick
man's alleged political Inconsistencies, and
said the latter was a follower of Seward, and
a subtle instrument in the bands of the Repub
lican party. - He had betrayed all parties and
principles, and now undertook to exercise a
censorship over th Democrats, He stated
his objeotion to Mr. 8berman; but said that
Mr. Sherman was infinitely preferable to Mr.
Hickman. Applause.
The Clerk requested gentlemen to keep
order, and not encourage applause ia th gal
leries. Mr. Pryor began to reply to Mr. Hiokman,
remarking that what the latter had stated
was what he knew to be false. Sensation.
Mr. Millson called his oolleague to order,
stating that his oolleague oould be severe with
out being unparliamentary.
Mr. Pryor said that he knew only the plaiu
Anglo-Saxon tongue, and that Mr. Hickman's
statements were false.
Mr. Millson I repeat th point i
Mr. Keitt I shall discuss that
Mr. Pryor characterized Mr. Hiokman's
statements as false, for wbioh he was oalled to
order.
Mr. Hiokman replied that such language was
no reply to his argument. Adjourned.
From Washington.
Nsw Tore, January 17.- The Navy De
partment has been informed that tho steam
sloop-of-war Wyoming has reached Rio de Ja
neiro in thirty-six days, from Philadelphia,
and thai the Xancaiier, trom Valparaiso to
Panama, made, for five oonseoutive days, with
steam alone, from nine to ten and a half knots
an hour, which speed the flag-offioer consid
ers unexampled. The sloop-of-war John
Adamt had proceeded from Rio de Janeiro
to the East Indies.
A letter has boen received from Judge
Breezejdeolining the appointment of Marshal
for the Northern District of Illinois.
Tho Presidents of the various Virginia Rail
road Companies have Issued a oall Inviting all
the Southern Railroad Companies to meet
them in consultation, at Richmond, on tbe
28th of February, to consider the means by
which they can best seoure, either by direct
importation or Southern manufacture, tho
equipments and supplies for the use of South
ern Railroads.
The annual meeting of the Amerloan Colo
nization Society was held at Smithsonian In
stitute to-night. The attendance was large.
Addresses were delivered by Hon. Mr. Tay
lor, of Tennessee; Dr. Styles, of Georgia, and
Rev. Dr. Penny, of New Tork.
The reoeipts of the year amount to nearly
$161,000, and the expenditures $80,000.
The Sooiety has sent about 800 emigrants
to Afrloa during the same period.
Overland Mail News.
Msloy's Station, January 17. The Over
land Mail, with dates to the 26th ult., passed
here this morning.
Business at San Francisco was unchanged.
Governor Gholson, of Washington Terri
tory, in bis message, is particularly severe on
General Scott, on account of his concessions
in tbe San Juan affair.
Sandwich Islands, December 6. Tbe
amount of oil and bone shipped for Atlantic
ports this season (hows a large falling off.
The Hudson Bay Company was about with
drawingits agsnoy from the Ssndwioh Islands.
Fifteen hundred tuns railroad Iron had ar
rived for the Sacramento railroad.
The Christmas festivities engrossed the
sole attention of the people of Ban Francisco.
The crop of grapes in California is less this
yr than any season since 183.
There was but little doing at the Indian
Creek Mines. Quarts mining was still going
ahead. The Liskigon and New York Com
panies were doing well. Several auartz leads
were being opened in the neighborhood of
uronno.
Minnesota Democratic Convention.
Chioioo, January 17. The Minnesota
Democratic State Convention met at St. Paul
on Thursday last, for the purpose of electing
delegates to the Charleston Convention. Res
olutions were adopted Indorsing the Cincin
nati Platform, the Dred Soott decision, and
opposing tho re-opening of the Afrioan slave
trade; denouncing tbe Harper's Ferry raid;
declaring Stephen A. Douglas their first ohoico
for the Presidency; Instructing delegates to
vote for him as long as support may prove
available, and declaring that the Democracy
of Minnesota will support the Charleston nom
inee, whoever he may be. A resolution in
structing the delegates to vote for Doigks
until a majority decide otherwise, was vottd
down by thirty -eight majority.
From Arizona.
Sr. Loots, January 17. The Arizona cor
respondent of tbe Republican says: "Notwith
standing th exertions of tbe military, the
Apacnes continue to commit wholesale depre
dations in the vioinity of Tubac and Tuocon.
Nothing hat beeen heard from Colonel Reeves's
command since their departure from Fort Bu
chanan on their second expedition Severn 1
weeks sinoe. The Chihuahuas and Apaches
recently made a foray into Mexioo and killed
twenty Mexican soldiers and took severer
prisoners.
New Mexican letters state, on the authority
of Major Kufl, that 1,500 troops, divided Into
five columns, will be sent against the Navagoe
Indians in tne spring.
Movements of Cortinas.
Nsw Oblsahs, January 17. A Corpus
Christ! letter states thatOortinas has re-crossed
the Rio Grande, above Brownsville, with 300
men, threatening Brownsville.
There were no troops at Brownsville. '
Tbe ship Mataro, from New York for Ca I
lao, was burnt at Tabaga on the 18th, and
proved a total loss.
From Pittsburg.
PiTTBBDRQ, January 17. Tbe printers of
tnis city tnis evening are celebrating tne anni
versary of th birth of Franklin bv a Hand
festival and ball.
From Havana.
New Oblsanb, January 10. The steamer
mj)tr Vity bring Havana advices to tbe
13th Inst. The news is unimportant.
The Lawrence Disaster.
Lawbekcs, January 17. There is nothing
new in regard to the late massacre. In ac
cordance with the Mayor's proclamation tbe
work: on tne mills was suspended to-day, and
placet of business generally olosed. Religious
services were held in all the churches.
From Harrisburg.
Habbisbdbo, January 17. Tbe resolutions
relative to the non-organisation of Congress,
and attributing it to the National Admnistra
tion, also indorsing th members of Congress
from Pennsylvania, pasted the House this
evening as they came from th Senate. Toss
69; nays SI. .
P. Ft. W. & C. R. R.
Pmssoao, January 17. The Fort Wayne
Chicago Receivership nag been modified.
Decrees wers entered in the United States
Court this morning, and Wm. B. Ogden was
sworn as tuceivor tor tne entire road from
Jlt'sburg to Chicago.
Mr. Ogden tomes to Pittsburg to-night to
assume tne control oi tne road.
River News.
St. Louis. January 17 V. M. H'ver again
oa th decline at this point, with about six feet
water to Cairo. Weather eloar and mild, but
than are no indications of a speedy opening
tit the upper rivers. Ice in th Mississippi, at
putney, is reported nneen manes thick, ana
ratiroaa iron is 'being named across on im
mease trucks.
Inauguration.
.... w T . .Ttnmrv IT. diaries 6.
i'v. ' J , .
nM tn.itav insnirnrated Governor in
vi. " I " J a ...
th pretence of a large number of oitisens.
Non-Arrival of the Anglo Saxon.
0.m.in Tan.lr 1 7. Than) BH) BJ Vt
no signs of the Anglo Saxon, now due with
dates to the 4th inst.
RIVER NEWS.
The Ohio continued to rise until yesterday
noon, when It came to a atsnd, and was in that con .
dltlon tut ereulog. Tbe river will probably beds,
clluiug this niorutug; but some time must eUpse be
fore we have aught other than a flue stage tor .navi
gation. From Pittsburg to Cairo the larKt olans or
(learners can come and go wuhout obstruction iu
any part of the Ohio.
The weather was cool yesterday, bat hard!? cold,
though a little freezing continued throughout the
day. .....
At tne iianding outiness was very acme, ana
freight was more ounreniently handled than on
Mondav. oscauM the mnd was drier and tartlslly
frozen. Freights weee abundant for all ports, uppxr
as well as lower, but wero offering more freely tor
New Orleans than any other port. Hates were as
follows i ., ,
Pittsburg-Cotton. 7So.i Molasses, 75c.; Whisky.
60c.; Flour, 3oo.j Pork and lard, 42c. i Pound
Freights, 15c. per 100 It.
Na.hllle Whisky, per brl., 60c.; Ale, 40c.; Pound
Freights, tt30o. per 100 lba.
bi. Liouie Heavy rouna reignu, zco. per tuo ids,;
Whisky and Oil. 750. ner brl.: Stoves. 26c.: Ale. 60c.
per brl.
rivanavme nmsKy sna uu,7w. per on.
Cairo Whiikv snd Oil. 7o. ner brl.: Pound
Freights, 2Jc. per 100 iba.
New Orleam-Whiikv andOll 1: Flonr. 60c.: Pork
80c. ; Bacon, Butter, Cheese, 4c, S5c. per 100 lba.;
neg ijara, arc.; uorees, siu per ueaa. .
Oriat Destructio or Pbopibtt by ths Risi or
rut AtoNONOAHStti .Monday's Plttaburg Journal haa
the followlUR: "aturdy night tne ice In tneuonon
gakela aud Toughiogheuy Blvers broke up, and tho
main stream commenced rising rapidly. Heavy ico
floated down the Atonougahela noarly lull, all or yes
terday. About ten o'clock Sunday morning the Ice
struck a number of flat-boat bottom, moored on the
south side of the Monougabela hlvor.below Dam No.
1, which awept tnem irom tneir moorings,
"On their rtaasuffsdown. the boats struck a number
of barge aud parted t beta from their fastenings.
Home of the boats, in their descent, struck the piers
of the bridges, and were broken into atoms., Thoo
that were not wrecked on the piers kept cloa to tbe
southern shore, and swept away every kind ot craft
with which they came in contact. Jen coal oarges,
principally loaded, belonging to D. Buibnell & Co.,
wblcb were lykig below Graff, Bennett 4 Co't rolling
mill, were swept off down the river, and everything
in ilia rlaarrlntton of boats below Haw Mill Run. in
eluding Connor's ferry-boat, Blackhawk. Upward
of thirty barges and boats were awept away, and tbe
loss iesstimaied at from fllty to sixty thousand dollars,"
STEAMBOAT REGISTER.
Aubivals. Prioress, Madison; Dnnielth and Vir
ginia Home. Neville; Boetona, Portsmouth; Boston,
Big Sandy; Marmora, Pittsburg: Blr Wm. Wallace,
Pittsburg; Ohio No. , Marietta; Goody Friends,
Memphis.
. T . . Tl . t. . Tt .... Tl 7 .
Randy; Chio No. 2, Marietta; Liberty, Wheeling; A.
V. y uamer, nanawna; uooay i rienas, niHDurt,';
Punlelth end Virginia Home, Neville; Priorem,
Madison; Ham, Jurkman, Nashville; Messenger,
Mimphis; Queen of tbe West, New Orleans; Mar.
mora, Nashville.
MARRIED.
NORTH -WINTIB.-On the 15th Inst., at the res
idence of the bride's father, near Newport, Ky by
the Bev. L. Beeves, D. I. North and Miss Mary K.
Winter.
DBAKB-I.K8TER.-On the 15th Inst., at the res
idence of the bride's uncle, at Piqua, Ohio, Mr.
Jud. L. Drake, of Cincinnati, and Miaa Carrie Lester,
of the former place.
DIED.
ATKINS. Yesterday morning, January 17, at one
o'clock, of consumption, Mrs. aveline Atkins, won
sort of the late Mark Atkins.
Funeral tbis( Wedneday)afternoorj,at twoo'clock,
from her late resldenoe, vine-street, above Ninth.
Friends of ths family are invited to attend.
FBOEHLIQER. On Monday afternoon, at four
o'clock, after a long illness of the liver eomplaint,
Stephen Froehllger, aged 48 years and 6 tuontlii.
Beduiescat in pace.
His funeral will take place from his late residence,
M Hamilton-road, this morning, at eight o'olock.
The friends of the family are respectfully invited to
attend without further notice.
HOME INTEREST.
fiM" A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches ano
Jewt lry. No. Ml and 271 Western-row.
fiS". 60,000 Ambrotypes and Melalnotypes
can be bad at tbe Broadway Gallory for Holiday
Presents.
Great redaction in price of Fancy
Cases at the Broadway Gallery, at No SS Broadway.
Pictures on paper, glass, Iron or leather, at one-tbli .1
the price others oharge.
9 Daguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and' Western-row, over Hannaford't
drag-store. Pictures taken and ut In good oae't
for twenty cents. Warranted to ploase.
FOR THE C K.t PEST
LADIES' FURS!
In the city, li
Henaioy's,
selOtf
nea Western row
SPECIAL NOTICES.
WS MASONIC NOTICE -SPi:
IAL meetina of CINCINNATI
3fc
UNUAMPMENT No. 3, on V EDNKSDAY
K V KN 1NU. January 18. A. 0. 742. Rt 7 o'clock.
for conferring the orders of Knisbts Templars
and Knights of Malta. A full attendance ia i
Quested. Bynrder of the if. B. O. C.
jal8 ch, Times I L, CAMS RON, Recorder.
OHIO .1.1KE INSURANCE CO.
The Stockholders of the Ohio Life Inaur-
auce Company are notified that the Annual Meeting
for the ohoiceof Uirectois will be held at the oflica
of lbs company, No. 60 Went Third-street, on MON
DAY, the eth day of February, I860, between the
hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and 1 P. M.
j12t HENRY BOOKicr, Secretary.'
CHILBLAINS AND FROST
ED FEKT. Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic
otion is the never-falliug remedy for these grei;i
annoyances. It not only effects a complete cur,',
often by one thorough application, but ltdecreaw .i
the liability to a return of the same difficulty. Fi r
aale by druggists generally.
bOLON PALME R, Agent,
de 1 No. 56 Wont Fourth-street
Peach Orchard, Youghloaheny, Hartford
City and Nyracnse Conln. '
WE ARE DELIVERING THE ABOVK
qualities of Coal from the boats in excellent
order and prompt delivery.
CANFIELO ft BERTRAM,
Dealers in Coal and Coke,
deSOam ITS East Front-st;, near Butler.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
T UCY ESCOTT AND MR. D. Ml.
JU-J BANDA respectfully inform the In
habitant of Oinclnnati, that tbey will glre,Jy
a GRAND .... mg.
Vocal and Instrumental
CONCERT,
-AT THE
SPENCER HOUSE,
ON FRIDAY EVENING NBXT, JAN. 9U.
The proprietors of tbe above establishment harlnx
klodly volunteered the use of their spaoious hall for
ths occasion. Tickets of admission M cents. To be
had st ths principal U usic Stores, and at the Spencer
Bouse, - jalgo
COAL OIL At 90 cents per gallon, and
warranted the best In tbe market, at
FEBOCSON'N,
jalj 'Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
1
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS Re
ceived every day at FERGUSON'S,
jal Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
TB AS A large and well-assorted stock f
"Fins Green snd Biaok Teas" st
. , , FEBGUSON'B,
JsH ' Corner Ninth and Vice-streets.
Genuine Glycerine Lotion,
AS PREPARED BY GEO. M. DIXON,
cures chapped hands and roughness of the
skin. Also, rromotes the growth of the hair.
GEO. 11. DIXON. Druggist,
JalTaw H. B. cor. Fifth and Main-streets.
coal oa
PURE COAL OIL FOR BURNING For
aale at manufacturers' prices.
' GEO. M. DIXON. Dragftst,
Jal7aw N. B. cor. Fifth ami Main-streets.
Hemp Seed.
i !. ...
25
BRLS. PRIME SEED For sale bv
ann m iutov ti.
ja!7aw
H. B. oor. Fifth and Main-streets.
NEW YORK "HOME IH8ORAN0E
COMPANY" AOKNCT. Newport. Ky.-Frr
illtMOjOgfJ-Sural ns, 840U,UO0. Apply to
mmoimi asaiuat uiv bum murine riSSS. usptiai,
isiuviwv, ppiy t
.An AM. nuar PnalnfllnA.
lerkvtrsat, New pott, Ky,
NEW ADVEETISEMENTS.
Special Attention!
M SACRIFICE!
74
WEST FOURTH-STREET
Deland & Gossage's,
PARIS NOVELTIES!
-1H-
RICH STYLES VELVET CLOAKS
CLOSINCOUT SALES
OF
SHAWLS! SHAWLS!
PLAID WOOL SHAWLS,
At 8J. worth $3.
REVERSIBLE SHAWLS!
At 83 worth 95.
Reversible Shawls at $4, worth $7.
Super Double-faced Shawls,
At 83, worth $10.
IMPERIAL WOOL SHAWLS.
At 93 and $41, worth 910 and 81!.
aw aataasast
tiYENINU SHAWLS,
At 83 and 94, worth 90 and 98.
Opera Shawls,
At 93 and 93, worth 96 and 98.
Mr Buyers will flod all of the above goods worthy
their special attention, and an early oall will Insure
rare bargains.
DELAND & GOS3ACE,
74 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
R. C. & CO.
NEW BOOKS.
ROBERT SALE OWEN'S NEW BOOK
FOOT FALLS ON THE BOUNDABT OF AN
. OTHEB WOULD; witb Narrative Illustration!
. ny nooerr. Date uwen, formerly siemDer oi vou
gresa, auu American miniater to a spies.
JULIA KAVANAUGH'S NEW NOVEL
SEVEN rA.H8, and other Tsles. By Julia Kav.
anaugb, author of "Nathalie." "Adele," to-. Prico,
ciuw, ou oeuui; paper, ou cents.
A. S. ROE'S NEW NOVEL HOW COULD
BE HELP rr? or, The Heart Triumphant, lly
a. a. uoe, auitnor or -rve tieen iniumug, -a
uong tiooa &ueau, - so. rncsn ,
DE. CtJM&EINfl'S NEW BOOK THE
GBBAT TBIBULATION ; or, Things Coming on
me aiartn. uy amy. joon (jummiDg, v. v., w. i;
8. E. Pries!. .
MARY EOWITT'S NEW BOOK HISTOBY
OF AMEHIOA. A popular History of the UuiU d
ctaiee oi Atpenoa, irom tue liiscorery oi toe Amei
lean Continent to the I'resent Tims. By Alary
nowitt. itiQBiratea witn numerous engravings,
io volumes, tries S2.
A NEW JUVENILE BY JACOB ABBOTT
BAINBOWfl JODBN E V ; being thesecond volume
of the "Rainbow and Luck of Btotlee," published
uniform with tbe "Francoui Stories." Price 60c.
A NEW VOLUME OF ABBOTT'S HIS-TOBIES-PETER
THK GREAT. History of Pet
the Gnat, Emperor ot Russia. By Jacob Abbott.
Illustrated, Price 60o.
A NEW VOLUME OP "DARLEY'S
COOPER" THE BEA LIONS; or. Tbe Lost Seal
ers, By J. Fenimore Cooper. Illustrated fioni
drawings by F. O. O. Darley, buing the twelfth vol
ume of this truly beautiful series. Price f 1 60.
ALSO JUST RECEIVED, .
THE PROFESSOR OF THE BREAKFAST
TABLE. Price $1.
THE AMERICAN ALMANAC FOR I860.
Price Si. 1
THE TRIBUNE ALMANAC. Price lOo.
Robert Clarke & Co.
55 West Fourth-street.
(jaisa
BENZINE.
GLOVES,
BILKS,
RIBBONS,
VELVETS,
CLOTHS,
AND EVERY OTHER ARTIC LE OK
wearing apparel, can be thonnghly cleann
from grease, pa hit, stains, ceal-smoke, Ac, by tie
use of Purified Benalue. Prepared by
jaltlo
Opposite the Poetoffice.
For ( happed Uamls, Face, &c,
rpHE .GLYCAMYL OF ROSES IS AH
M. elegant and very efficient remedy for char
roughness of tbs skin, pimples and blotobeson il.o
face, Ao. It renders tbe skin soft snd smooth siiil
preserves it In a healthy condition.
Prepared and for aale by
bUIUK, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
jal6c Opposite the Postofflco.
Concentrated Ley.
FOR MAKING HARD OR SOFT SOA-l',
softening water, Ac. The prooees ofmaklDv
soap with this ley is so easy and the economy tu
great that no housekeeper should be without lr.
Forssleby BUIRE, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
Jal6c Opposite tbe Postoffifw.
Epsom SaltSs
OK BRLS. EPSOM SALTS RECEIVE!)
9J and for sale by
BOIRK, BOKHTBIN 4 00 ,
laldo Opposite ths Poetofllci,
Spalding's Prepared Glue.
Rati GROSS SPALDING'S PREPARED
lW GLUE received and for sale br
SCIRE, ECKSTEIN A GO .
Jalfe
uppoeiie r,ne rostort
. THE- ...
'VACATION POLKA !
COMPOSED AND DEDICATED TO 0 li :
. .. ??J).ll,.orih9 Western Female Seminar!. -
ford, Ohio, br Hiss Mary C. Adams, and HlusK 1, 1
witb a fins view of the Seminary Buildings, in. i-.
30 cents., JOHN OHTJRUU, Jr.,
Jel ' Ko. 6 West Fonrth-stie-i
CHEESE, CHEESE. Just reoeiv .,
small supply of fresh English Stilton, Er i ,
Ohedder, Pineapple. Holland, Bap-sago and P,.m.
gaaCbsese, For sale, wholesale and retail, by .
1 ' ... A. MoOON ALD A W. . '
Jal W antl Branch Store W West Fourth f.
FRENCH MUSTARD. Just reoelved. )-
dosen very superior Mustard. For sale, i ..
tale and retail, by A. McDON ALD A OO
Jalg as and Branch Store Hi West Fourth .
FRESH LOBSTERS AND 8ALM0.
Jnst received, 62 dosen one snd two-pouml -11
fresh Lobsters and Salmon, direct from Kaai ,
tie., (Jninplng-olT place,) where the water is cm I 1
and tbe nab the best. For tale, wholesxle aii,, .
tall, by A. McDONALO A CO.,
Jalg M and Branch Store 24 Wml Knnr 1 1" ,
Sage, Sage.
1
: LBS. FRESH SAGE For sale I .
. mO. M. DIXOll, Druggist, '
M. a.ar. fifth an4 MalnAtr.!-, -
A rl
)
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
mount Aunntu
! i Youtjk Ladies' .
INSTITUTE
(k&f WILL OPEN ITS EIGHTH
V&7 SESSION on MOBDAT. Februarys, with.
a full complement of able and efnolent Teachers.
The RIDING 80BOOL,heretoforsannonnod, will
be in fall operation at that time, with snoh a number .
of Ponies as will accommodate all who wish to
practice the healthful and elegant exercise of Horse
manship. '
Omalbasfes will, hereafter, take the pupils from.
tbelr residences in any part of the oily 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. WHITE, West Fourth
street. : 1 Ja9sm
COAL OIL! COAL OIL!!
WE ARE SELLING A NO. 1 ARTICLE
of Goal Oil at W cents per gallon, retail. . We
ill warrant It the best in the market. Gall and try
it.
ttaHKNRT A CARSON.
jalSaw
162 Main-street.
CARBON OIL.
WB ARE NOW PREPARED TO FUR
NISH dealers and consumers with a splendid
article of Carbon Oil. This Oil is free from smoke,
and considered superior to Coal Oil for Illuminating
5urpo.es. It burns in any of tbe Coal Oil Lamps,
'or sale wholesale and retail by
mouiiHtti at uauaun,
jaliaw IM Main-street.
COAL OIL LAMPS.
We have a Targe assortment
of Hanging, Btand and Side Lamps for burn
ing Coal and Carbon Oils, whioh we are selling very
low.
N . R A II onr Lamm an gtted with the celebrated
Paragon Burner, acknowldged to be the best in
the market.
jaizaw
163 Main-street.
GRQVER & BAKER'S
Celelb rated
SnVTTLE AtfD FAMILY
PRICES FROM SSO TO S128.
West ITourth-st.
JaTtf
CINCINNATI.
PURE AIR!
New Mode of Vent ila .Ion!
Call and 8 e One ef ,
SAWYER & CO'S
PATENT ' ; .
Heiting and Ventilating Furnaces,
In operation at
CHAMBERLAIN k 0 Oj'S
Storf Ware-rooms, Noe. SI and BI Vine-it.
(Below Columbia.)
S a wyer Sd Co-
noftty
THE GLADIATOR
GA8-BTJBNINO, 8M0KB-O0N8UMINO .
COAL COOKIXG STOVE!
FOUR SIZES.
starWarrantcd to give satisfaction, jfjh
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE BY
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.
' Noa. 19 and 31 East Second-street.
Jaiaf OIHOIMNATI, OHIO.
Excelsior
PARAFFINE OILS!
FOR BURNING AND LUBRICATING!,
Free from Offensive Odor, at
ONTO. 7
Walnut-street, Cincinnati, O
WE INVITE A COMPARATIVE TRI
AL with any manufacturing establishment
n America.
mr We warrant our Oili to be equal, If not sups.
rloMo anylntheniaiket..
aw- We invite those in the city and vicinity to
call and examine for themselves.
star 0 persons ordering from a distance, aatls.
faction guaranteed in all cases. Address
(!. K. HAttKIN, Agent, or
A. 0. HODQHfl, Trensnrer,
Kauawba O. O. M. Oil Man. Co.,
deal ' 97 Walnut-street, Cincinnati.
HOLIDAY GIFTS!
WB HAVE JUS t RECEIVED NEW
GOODS by Express, and oiir assortment of
LA 01 Eft' FURS,
. ' Consisting of
Hadsen's Bay gable t
8tone martent
Canada and Mink gable 1
Fltoh, (Siberian, Hsulrrel, tfce.,
ts oomplete and unusually Inviting. We have a great
variety of nice and handsome sets of
CBILD&BN'g FURS,
ALBO-Fnr GlotM, Oojlsrs, Bobes, Fur Ooats, fto.
. We invite all purchasers of
' : ' HOLIDAY GIFTS,
To call and make selections from onr stock of rueful
wdseeeonable presents, which we offer at vewlow
" " C. B. CAMP & CO.,
Na. 85 West Thtrd.street.
IfYou Want
J Fine, Tat, Frwb 0 tragi, (O
TODD'S
Magnum Bonnmt, at his V bvleaale and Betall Ota.
ter House, .
253 253 238 253 253
WAIjNPT-STttEKT.
, " Fifth doo- .hove flixlh. west side.
Solution Citrat e of Magnesia
WARRANTS!? TO KEEP ANT
length of time. For sale In any Quantity kv
... ALBKIIT B088, Druggisl.
js B.W.cor.Klghtht.anrfWe.rn-fow.
Brown's Bronchial Troohes,
KjlOB THE ALLEVIATION OF BR0N-M-
OHITIB. Bosrsenesa, Coughs, Asthma, Colds.
Catarrh, and all disorders of theTJwath andLuga!
For sale by m ALBIBT B08H. Drugglstl "
Ja9 R. W. enr. Klshth-st. anrf WeeteTn.rnw
Havana CiEars.
A LAB OB AND WELL-8BLE0TED
, stock of the most favorite brands, inst noe I red
and for sale by ALBKIIT BOSS, irtigglst.
J9 B. W. oor. tlghth-st. and Western, row.
LANK IODLEY,
. HAjrC'-OTUllBi OF " '
Wood-Working Maxjhinery,
, AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
OeyyJeha)JdWAet BnClsmtaMti.
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