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WANTED.
"WANTS," "0 8AM." "TO LET," LOST,"
"rODHD,"o.,lathUoolnmn, esxnpylnf live Una
or lets, two Iniwtioitf.twenty-nvt oents.
ANTBDA BITUATION-A Porter
In store, to take care of horses, or to any
other capacity, by a young mm. la willing to make
t lmself generally useful. Baa no obieotiona to go to
tne country. Addreaa B. P., tela office. jalb
WANTED SITUATION-Al Cook.
Good reference given. Inquire, at Mra.
Werner's Employment Office, SOS Fifth-street, be
tweon Weatern-row and John. . Jal8b
WANTED -A Cook to go to the eoonrj,
a short distance from the oily. Oall at 838
Third-street, a few doora below Smith. jall
WANTED Familial wanting good Glrlg
for homework can be supplied at Mra. W AB
NEB'8 Employment Office. No. M Flfth-street, be
tween Wee tern-row and John. Alao girls that coma
well recommended are wanted. jal7b
w
ANTED A GOOD COOK-Ono who
thoronffhlv nnd.ratan.da her bnainea. Annlv
at So. 821 Fifth-street, near Plnm. JalTb
W1
r ANTED TO KENT A a Email Lodg
Inat Boom . at a obean rent. If nlainlr far.
niahed, preferred. Addreaa 0. P., care of Vox 2,013.
Cincinnati Poatofflce, jal7b
WANTED A FROTESTANT GIRL
To do general homework. Apply at Mo. 180
Sycamore-street' betwion fourth and Filth. ja!7h
WANTED A competent Cook, to whom
, good wages will be given. Alao a oompatent
Laundress. Apply at No. 383 Walnut-street, above
Sixth, al7b
WANTED A oompotent man to golioit
ordera for new illustrated work in oourte
of publication. A anl table applicant can make from
IS to $6 per day. Gall at No. 18 Weat Fourth-atreet,
K, om No. 7, up at aire. ja!7d
WANTEDSHARES OF GALVESTON
CITY STOCK-Any penon baring any of
the above-named atock for eale will please addreaa
J. It. T , Box No. 731, Foatoffioe, stating name, place
of residence and amount of stock ancf price asked
for the same. . JaiHo
WANTED Two or three light-carriage
and buggy-body makers. Apply to J. B.
HB10H, Secretary M. and M. Exohange, No. 74
Weat Third-street. jnUd
WANTED Reliable help for situations
of any kind oan always D had at a moment's
notice, by applying at Mo. 60 East Third-street, base
uient story, next to Adams' Express office. No
charge to servants. de21am
WANTED Clerks, book-keepers, sales
men, bar-keepers, porters, coopers, carpen
ters, mechanics, laborers and others, can find situa
tions at the Merchants' Clerks Beglstry Office. 128
Walnnt-street. ja9wl HALE A 00.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE A large Newfoundland Dog,
ono year old. Is well learned In tricks. Ap-
ly to Airs. BARRETT, on Bkaats-street, foot of
Ixth. jal7b
FOR SALE BOUSE A two-story frame
honae with six rooms, front and back yard, on
Longworth-street. between Plnm and weatern-row
Lot 19 by 8 to a 10 :foot alley, and in a good neigh
borhood. For terma Inquire at 179 Plum-street,
bBtweenlfthjmojOnewortblalw
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT Two Rooms and Kltoken,
lower part of the house. Apply at 188 Clark
street, between Baymiller and freeman. Gara rnn
witbln half a square of the home, Jal8b
FOR RENT Store No. 68 West Sixth
street. Suitable for any genteel business.
Also, three or four Booms, well adapted for offices,
and might be used for families. Apply to JOHN
WAOQOMBB, No. 88 West Sixth-street, jalab
FOR RENT In Newport, a pleasantly
Bit noted Brick Dwelling-house, oontalnlng five
rooms, oellars, Ac. For fnrther particulars, apply
tow . om r hi, corner oi xorx ana maaison-
sis..
or address-at this office.
Jal7b
FOR RENT A pleasant front room, well
tarnished, can be had at No. 208 Third street,
8. B. corner of Third and Plum. Also, an excellent
basement room. Jal7b
FOR RENT AND FIXTURES FOR
BALK Dress-makers' Establishment, Mo. 138
Weat Sixth-street, bi tween Baoe ai d Elm. Jal8d
FOR RENT A Terr convenient three -story
Brick Dwelling, having all modern im
provementsgas and water throughout on Long-worth-street,
weat of Park, Price, (460. Apply to
UaMPBELL, ELLISON A CO., No. 19 East Third
street. jal4h
BOARDING.
BOARDING WANTED In exohange for
Wall Papering. AadressM, B.,care Box 2,012,
Olaelnnati Po-tofflc. jal8o
BOARDING A gentleman and wife can
find a pleasant room and board la a private
family also a conple of single gentlemen by ad
dressing D. 0., Cincinnati P. 0. JalTb
BOARDING A few gentlemen can obtain
first-clasa boarding at 161 Plum-street, near
Fourth. Railroad cars pass every live minutes. Two
or three day-boarders wanted. jalSd
BOARDING Furnished and unfurnished
rooms with board, for famllea, at 177 Sycaniore
street, wees side, between Fiflh aud Sixth. Board
and lodging for single gentlemen. T, A. HOWE.
Ual3aw
LOST.
f OST-FIVB DOLLARS REWARD. A
JLl tan-colored Terrier Hint : haa a a nor. rat. l
over each eye; answara to the name nf betY
Va r, r, I a 'I Ratnrn ,r nnvlh.aaat nr., ' '
Third and Vine, opposite the Burnet House.
jalgl
CLOSING-OUT SALES
'OB t
JANUARY!
1860. !
DELAND& !
GOSSAGE
"27 "fi
"West Fourth-st
Have this day reduced their Fall and Winter Goods,
ana will oner great nargains inrougnous ine montu
BAVADERB &TLAID SILK!
Beduced to M, UX and 7S oents.
Fine Quality French Merino,
At 80, 78 and 87J. cents.
printedWerinoes,
OOOD STYLE AMD SUPEBIOB QUALITY,
At62X,76an4$l.
Printed All-wool Delaine
, . At Wand SIX rents.
Auotion Lot All-wool Plaids
At26andS7Mati.
French Chintzes, &c.
At 18, 30 and IS cents.
English and American Prints,
(Fast colors.) at M, 8, 10 and UX cents.
We are also prepared to offer housekeepers great
Inducements In Furnishing and Domtatio Goods,
Hosiery, Under-garments, Goods for Boys' Wear, Ac.
A LOT OF BEIVBLANKETS,
. ' . Very cheap, to olose out.
DELANO & GOSSAGE
.74 Wnt Fourtli-trtreety
- orFOaiTI PISE'S OPBBA-HOUBH.
" UatWfJ . ,
THE PRESS.
WEDNESDAY.
JANUARY 18
CITY NEWS.
jgfrDou't forget that the Penny
Presa la the medium through which to
make known your want I Advertlae
meuta of five lines and Iesa, inserted
twice for twenty-five cental
pB Ezoellent pioturei, execntod In an
artistto mannep. ami K va d.ii I? ipi,..).
gallery, on Fourth, near Raoe-street.
MtHOIOLOOIOAL 0BBIBTATIOR8 For the
Anny iVsts, by Henry Ware, Optioian, No. 7
West Fonrth-itroet, January 17:
0Jcii- Barometer. ' Thermometer.
.1 & "'""""...29.37 Above aero 88
'J ..i...M...........2ii.40 Above iero-34
i r . M..m..-....,..29.3S Above aero 32
Cirr Ravcguia for Strut Railioads.
For one month and eleven days, ending on
Street Railroads haa been at follows:
City Passenger Street Railroad.
.4l,W 18
I'luuiaoau otreet aniiroaa
Passenger Street Bailroad
S7I W
737
Total.
..$3,107 67
Uhfaid Iiirriag. The foUowing is a list.of
lotlsrs detained for non-payment of poetage'at
the Pottoffioe, in this oity, January 17:
M rs. M artha Camp, Iron furnace, Ohio.
Ohaa. Qiraldino, Esq., 8t. Louis, Mo.
Johnson 0. Lindsay, Esq , Wheelersbnrg. Ohio,
K. L. Hathaway, q , Green (Jaetle, Ind,
II. L. Strautman, Em., Bloomy Grove.
James Trultt, Esq., Kinnlconick, Ky.
PaOOSSDIIOBOPTHI CoCHTY COMMIBBIUNIRS.
At their regular leseion, yesterday morning,
the County Onmmiesloners passed orders
amounting in the aggregate to $64 35, but
apart from this no business of importanoe was
transacted.
MlITINO Or TBI BOABD Of ClTT IMPBOVI-
ushts. The Board of City Improvement!
held their regular Demi-weekly session, yes
terday morning, but after some time adjourned
until this morning at nine o'clock, without
transaeting any business.
LioruBi at Allbm Chapil Rev. J. J.
Kelley, of the Mohawk tribe of Indians, was
in the oity yesterday en rout for St. Louis.
Last evening he lectured to a large congrega
tion at Allen Chapel, on Sixth-street, east of
Broadway, and was listened to throughout
with interest and attention.
Lad Dhowrbd. George Berohel, a lad of
thirteen, employed in one of the machine
shops of the Third Ward, while attempting
to tie a skiff to a raft in the Ohio, near the
Water-works, yesterday morning, fell Into the
river and, passing under a flat-boat, was
drowned before assistanoe oculd reach him.
Last evening the body had not been recovered.
CoaoiBT at Walnut Hills. A concert for
the benefit of E. Banrauther, an amateur, who
is about to proceed to Europe for the purpose
of finishing his musical education, will take
place to-morrow evening in Lane Seminary
Chapel at Walnut Hills. Fannie Raymond,
whose verse Is as famous as her voice and
both are excellent and Professor Ritter, as
sisted by several amatnres, are announced to
appear. The objeot of the eoncert, together
with the magnetio power of the artists, will
doubtless crowd the house to repletion.
Rioiipts at THi Matob's Orvros Dvbtno
thi Fast Wiek. Through the oourtesy of
Mr. Charles S. Betts we have been furnished
with the following exhibit of the receipts at
tne mayor s omoe aurieg ine past week!
Dray Licenses..
2109
1 6.1
12S oo
4 00
S4 0II
ll on
8 10
873 40
Ixpreaa Wagons.. ........
Street Bailroad Cara.
Hackney i o aches... .,......,. mm, ...,,
uiuiDiuona ana uuii..
Hucksters m.
eMeaeteafMftseteM
Peddlers..
Cincinnati Street Bailroad (Jo., for passengers
Total
.-1,077 41)
Highway Robbiht. A man named Miohael
Holliband was arrested night before last upon
the charge of having robbod a butcher named
George of over $100. It appears that
be was passing the oorner of Sixth and Cal
vert streets at the time, in company with
some men, one of whom held him while the
others rifled his pockets. The cries of the
viotim brought Offioors SchaettV and Harney
to his assistance, and they arrested Holliband.
He will , have an examination before Judge
Lowe to-morrow morniDg.
A Pionibb Tbi Oldest Pibson iic the
Stath. A woman named Isabella Ward, who
is now residing on Bvoamore-atreet, near
Eighth, in this city, is doubtless the oldest
person in the State. She wag born in Phila
delphia in 1751, and is, consequently, nearly
109 years of age. She removed to this plaoe,
then a wilderness, more than half a oentnry
ago, and has remained here ever since. 8he
is now living in a miserable old frame tene
ment with her son, who is over seventy years
of age, both of whom are objeots- of charity,
and worthy the attention of the humane and
sympathy of the benevolent.
Merino op Mechanics' and Manufaotub
ibs' Exchange. The above Association holds
regular meetings daily at their rooms, No. 74
West Third-street, from eleven to twelve
o'olock. The Exchange is oalled to order at
half past eleven o'clook, and any business pre
senting itself at that time is acted upon. At
the meeting held yesterday morning a large
number were in attendance, and the following
gentlemen, proposed by Qeorgo W. Runyan,
were elected members: J. Rogers, Son & Co.,
architects; F. Strong, stone-mason; W. M.
Cameron, builder; H. W. Stephenson, tinner.
The oommlttee appointed some days ago for
the purpose of publishing a circular, setting
forth to the mechanics, manufacturers and the
publie, the present and prospective prosperity
of the Exohange and its advantages to mem
bers, oitixens and strangers wishing to trans
act business in our eity, made a report, whloh,
in a different form, has already appeared in
our columns.
The special oommlttee appointed day before
yesterday to write a remonstrance against the
repeal of the six per oent. interest law pre
sented a report which, after a very warm dis
cussion by the members present, wag laid
upon the table te be brought np at the meet
ing to-day for further disousslon, at which
time a full attendanoe is reqaeited. Tho
meeting then adjourned.
Polios Cocbt. Judge Lowe examined
about twenty-six eases yesterday morning,
but they were principally unimportant. , -:
William Fitahugh, the negro who, on Sat
urday morning last, burglariously entered the
house of William Haggerty, on Front-street,
between Mill and Park, and assaulted a girl
named Mary O'Brien, an account of which
was published in out issue of Monday, was
held to ball in the luut of $600 upon each of
two oharges assault with intent to kill and
burglary to answer before the next term of
the Court of Common Pleas.
A girl named Caroline Huber was ebarged
with having stolen $62 60, on New-Year's
day, from another girl, named Elisa Young.
The evidence against her was deemed sufficient
to establish her guilt, and she was held to
bail in the sum of $860, to answer the charge
ef grand laroeny before the next term of the
Court of Common Pleas.
Day .before yesterday Vmalatto, named
Thomas Mitchell, quarreled with bis wife, on
Columbia-street, near Broadway, and, besides
otherwise abusing her, he stabbed her with a
pair of scissors. Fearing the wound was dan
gerous, he went to the Ninth-street Station
hoase and gave himself np to the authorities.
This morning, however, the hand of the wife
only was found to be injured, and Mitohell
was sentenced to the dangeon or tne Uounty
Jail, to be fed on bread and water for a term
often days. - ' .
Tbi Peimtibb' Festival lie TtAr.f..ThA
ball and festival given at the Burnet House
last night by the printers of, the oity, in honor
of the birth-day of Franklin, was very largely
attended, and passed off with considerable
eclat. The typos of the oity, with their wivsa
and sweethearts, to the number of about one
hundred and fifty couples, were there, and,
to the elegant muile of Mentor's band, danced
until ths time grew dlzsv with delight.
The banquet, which was prepared in the
weu-nnown ana excellent style or JUessrs.
Johnson A Sanders, was really a fine affair.
It delighted all who partook of it, and did
great oredit to the proprietors of the establish
ment.
The following regular toasts were drank
upon the occasion, and for the most part
responded to happily. Altogether the affair
was one or tne most pleasant tnat ever took
piece in tne city, ana as sucn will long be re
membered by all those who participated in it,
REGULAR TOASTS.
1. Bxnjamik Fsahkltii The Modern Prometheus,
no ami mm uvuimug irom nearen to Denent man
kind, and by the Press diffused divine light through
uaravueu wuriu.
2. Faust The flrst Printor. and the area test bene
factor of bis race. He copied thought, and made
man ana language universal.
S. Thi Priss The realisation of Arohimedes boast
so mng niero: nx me nugniy lever upon jastioe,
and it will move the world I
A Ths Pbintibs The Printers of the Onion, and
tbe Union of the Printers I
' . Tbi PassinanT or the United STATas-Earth's
noDieai omcer, oecauae tne cnier or the freest and
moat eniigoienea people. Tne sovereign of sover
eigns, ne is proua to oe cauea the mend of every
honest oltlzen.
o. Amsiioa We appreciate too fully the excellence
ui m auTorumeut nut 10 welcome every uoerty
loving nature to share with us lta blessings I
7. The Ast or PaniTiHO-When that matchless art
was msooverea, me -aivine rignt or klnga" became
a pbraai of rhetoric, and the fate of tyrants was
Trltten on the wall of Time.
t. Fail Speech The right onr Ood. onr Uonntrv
and our (Jonatitutlon give. If we can not exercise
mai rum we no not aaa ine privilege to breathe.
0. WasHINOTOH Ha is hevnnit rnmuHinn. u ha
waa above reproach. Bearea sent him to ua as the
apoeiie oi a new era to tne coming oentui lee, and the
perfect exemplar which all should imitate, though
none oonld eqnal.
10. Womaw The devotion of our mothers has made
the name of Woman sacred. The weaknesses of the
sex are all for man, and bar errors only prove her
love. Woman Is tbe symbol of all saintlluess, and
her truth and goodness have oauoDlaed her in every
Penny Presslings.
How to free yourself from the fasoination
or an aotress. Ubtain an introduction.
1 How to ours a woman of her love for you.
Marry her.
How to make a friend. Lend a worthless
fellow your last ten dollars. How to make
him an enemy. Ask him to return it.
How to obtain the esteem of a woman.
Slander her female Intimates. How to make
her your enemy. Tell her the truth.
An over-worked journalist observes he has
always been a praotical believer in the dig-in-
ny oi laoor.
A woman'i-rlghls woman, declares that men
marry to nave something to tyrannize over.
: Can the eonduot of a highwayman, who
roos you oi your money ana your entire val
uables, be considered personal (purse-and-all).
i A modern Herod thinks the scarlet-fever a
crimson angel that blesses where it slays.
A modish woman's Idea of Heaven : A
boundless milliner's establishment, where
lasnions onange every minute.
The latest edition of a volumnious Amerioan
letter-writer Henry A. Wise,
How does the world use you T Answer To
toe extent or its ability.
The best time for men to marry: When they
are on toe ere oi euiciae
Why do persons fall in love? Because they
nave noioing eise to ao.
Modern belies are thought to be eon Aden
tial, because they open their bosoms on all
occasions,
The reason probably that Jean Jacques
thought women oan not write a love letter Is,
because, being; nnmetaphyslcal in mind, they
oan sot ueai in aostrsotions,
The most disagreeable squall In life's sea
tnat oi one s own intants.
Every woman will affirm she hates flatten:
but no one ever said she disliked the flatterer.
One of the benefits of wedlook is said to be
that it teaches the husband to love all women
kind his wife excepted.
Tbe chap who married six wives the other
day is said, in his imitation of Catharine of
Arragon's husband, to have played the old
uarry.
Friendship a compact between men to en
dure eaoh other's faults in sllenoe.
A monster the man who tells a woman she
is not beautiful.
An impoesibllity for an unmarried woman
to be over eighteen
The probability of a woman's marrying the
man sne loves is discovered ny a mathematl
olan to be as one to a thousand.
Warning to a physician never cure a sick
nusbana it you value the wile's good opinion
Discoid Amobq Omra Abtistb Suit
Against a Tbnob and Patau Donka. Last
Tuesday, it will be remembered, some of tbe
members of the Escott-Miranda English Opera
Troupe had a disagreement with the princi
pals and left them, causing a discontinuance
of their engagement at the National Theater.
Lucy Escott and Miranda appear to have been
injured by their company; but still the bari
tone, (bare of tone indeed be was) Ferdinand
Meyer, and a ohorus singer, Gustavo Frank,
brought suit against them for services, esti
mated at over $160, before Justice Oetsendan
ner, having attaohed their baggage to secure
the debt.
Tbe case was tried before the Magistrate
yesterday afternoon, when it was shown that a
contract had been made in New York with the
baritone for six weeks, at a salary of $50 per
week; but that after that period, having met
with poor sucoesa, the members of the troupe
entered into a common compact to bear the
expenses and responsibilities, and share tho
profits alike.
The second oovenant necessarily set aside
the first, the Justice held, and therefore Mey
er's claim was not valid. The suit was ao
eordingly dismissed at the cost of the plain
tiffs, and the fair Lucy congratulated upon
the result by a number of friends, who . had
become interested in her behalf. '
AMUSEMENTS
Pike's Opeba-housb. The closing perform
ance of The Tempest last nlaht. at the Onera-honse.
drew a very large and brilliant audience, and the
performance psased olf admirably. This evening
Mr. and airs. W. J. Florence will appear, and, al
though we like them not, as tney are lavoritea with
a large class of theater-goera, we proanme they will
draw largely. The bill la Boa to Good Look, and
the protean farce ot A Lbssom foa Hvseams.
' Wood's Thbatbb. Tbe audlenoe last night
at Wood's Theater was large and intellectual. Hiss
Logan's Impersonation of t'Jnlla" Is sympathetic
and absorbing. Though true to the conoeptlon of
tbe author, and exact In translation, tbe obaraoter,
In her bands, seems really greater than the original.
To-night she will appear as "Pauline," In Bolwer's
beautiful play of Thi Ladt or Lyons, the perform
ance couoludlng with The Hamao Lovia,
Natiobal Thbatbb. Hablbquih Aboha
liqpe, during the week, has been drawlngquite well,
and has been received with shouts of laughter. It
will be repeated this evening;.
8mith k Nixoe's Hall. -Prof. Jacobs is
still drawing largely at Smith A Nixon's, and his
tricks continue not only to mystify but to amuse.
LAW REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
j
Moiioh to Dibsolvs a Attachment The
ALLEOSD BOISEBV AT THE HTOBBOr M.BS. JaMIESON
on FirrB-STBSir. The motion to dissolve aa at
tachment sned out by D. A B. Brown against Mrs.
Jamleaon, on the ground that the defendant had
removed gooda to defraud credltore-the defendant
alleging that her store waa broken Into and robbed
ofatld goods, and also l,3i0, while she and her
danghter were placed under the influence of chloro
form waa deolded by Judge Storer.
Tbe Court alluded to tbe evidence of the police
officers, who, after an examination of the premises,
came to the conclusion that no entrance was ef
fected by prying tbe shutters from the outside
and to tbe evidence of tbe physicians that no cases
were known to them (except through newspaper
reports) of chloroform being administered to persona
while asleep without waking ihem, a d that its in
fluence was usually only from ave to fifteen minutes'
durattoa-aad senoluded ieagtoeaea opiaiea by
remarking that the whole can led U the Inference
that no robbery had been committed. This conclu
sion, not arrived at without pain, compelled them to
refuse the motion to set aaide the attachment.
COMMON PLEAS.
VgainoATioB or ArriDAvrra. Clutch ' k
Jackson vs. H. McDougal. Held by Jodie Collins on
a motion to strike a petition from the file for want of
verification; that the verification waa no part of the
pleading; but a party who does not verily must, on
trial, prove every material allegation. Motion over
ruled. ,
Cbimihal 8inE.-The trial of John Clawaon for
the murder of Blchard Mahone, proceeded before
Judge Carter. The publio being familiar with the
uietvrr ui tuie case irom former reports, a republica
tion of the evidence would be unnecessary.
COVINGTON NEWS.
Kbhtuokt Fbbb-Sohooi. System. In every
State in tbe Union tbe progress of popular education
has been gradual. In some of them steps have been
taken for the initiation of a general system, bj
means of which every child might receive the benefit
or a common education, even while the States were
yet colonies, subject to the mother country.
But, like almost every other American institution ,
It waa an experiment: Indeed, our whole career may
be said to bare been but a aerlea of experiments an
attempt of man to divest himself of tbe blogtry, tbe
Intolerance, the superstition, and the artificial die
tiuctlons which have existed in European civilzatlon.
Europe, and particularly a portion of Germany, ha
long had a syatem of popular education; but it Isei
clualvelv sectarian, and the mind of every child re
ceived, in connection with practical lesaona on tho
elementary sciences, a thorough training la doc
mstlo theulogy.
Schools, in which science and the general princi
ples of morality should be taught, disconnected from
obstrnse speculations concerning original sin, tho
fall ot man. the relative merit of faith and works
and foreordinatlon, if they had ever entered the
conception of any man, would have been at once dis
carded asilntldel and ohimerical. Kvery thing wan
snoumbered by numerous formalities, and the sub
stance enveloped in the shadow.
These defeots early entered Into the popular eduoa
tlon ol America, but were, one by one, discarded, ae
liberal sentiments prevailed. Hew Kngland was tbe
flrst to Inaugurate free schools in the Dnlted states,
and her example was quickly followed by New York
and the other Northern mates; and almoet the fln
legislation of every' new State la to establish and
foster schools in whloh all may have the benefit oi
elementary instructions.
Some of the States, however, falllnito Mndnnr
appreciate the Importance of such legislation, have
pviiui.MNiB uotu leuiargr to emtreiy overrnie tnetr
oourlctlons of right and policy. Others have made
alight advance In the right directions, bnt the
measures adopted are Inefficient; and the people
observing this Inefficiency, are too apt to condemn,
not the faults of short-sighted legislators, but the
free school system Itself.
Pre eminent in this latter category, stands tho
Commonwealth of Kentucky. In U3H, tbe flrst Su
perintendent of Pnblio Instruction Bev. J. J. Bul
lock, of ths Presbyterian Church-was appointed by
the Governor. He exerted himself with energy and
vigor, to Induce the Legislature to adopt adequato
measures for the foundation of a complete common
school system; bnt bta efforts were not seconded. Hu
resigned after a year of hard labor, urging the
necessity, not only of common schools, but those of a
higher grade Normal Schools where teacheramlght
Qualify thimselves, without tbe enormous expense
attendant upon tbe ordinary academioor collegiate
Instruction, an expense sufficient to constitute a oar
rler to the ambitious alpirationsof the poor classes,
and thereby make the State entirely dependent
upon foreign teachers for instructlo.
ills succeeaor, Bev, H. il. Kavanaugh, now Biahop
of the Methodic Episcopal dhurch South, likewise
continued In office one year. Bis efforts were directed
in nearly tbe same channel as those of bis predeceaaor,
but with little better aucceaa. Hla urgent recom.
mendatlona or the establishment of a Normal School
were disregarded by the Legislature, and his argu
ments in favor of Common Schools fell to the ground
unheeded.
Bev. B. B.Smith waa the third Rnurininrfn -
warm friend of eduoatlon, but two yeare of hard labor
did little toward accomplishing the object sought
Kentucky waa not yet prepared for so benlflcent a
measure.
Key. O. W. Brush succeeded Mr. Smith In 18)2, and
only remained In office one year. His efforts, like
those of his predecessor, were almost, If not alto
gether, frnltleaa.
Bev. B T. Clllardwaa bis aucoeasor, and fifth lu
the Hat of Superintendents. Be, In turn, was auc
eeeded by Bev. B. J. Breckinridge, to whose untiring
exertions Kentucky is indebted for what little effi
ciency auu vitality ner present common School ays
tern possesses; and that It does not possess more, is
rather
others- unit than bis. Be comprehended
fully the necessities of the people: was wellveraed In
the demands of tbe aie. and had ha hean
aeconded, not only by the people, but by surrounding
circumstances, Kentucky might have rivaled Ohio
in her educational facilities.
Previous to 1811, no reports from any public schools
were received by the Commissioners. That year
being the flrst, To exhibit the slow progress made
during the few succeeding years, we have compiled
from autbentio sources statistics of tbe number of
scholars residing in the districts organized by law,
and entitled to receive aid from the State; and also,
the average dally attendance during three months of
tbe year. By these figures it will be peroelved that
so small was the amount of the school fund; so little
the Interest manifested, or so strong the opposition
to "charity aohoola," that few neighborhoods oared
to avail themaelvea of any benefits that might arise
from State assistance:
No. of Children Average Daily
Reported. Attendance.
184l...-.,...............-, 4,590 2,1(0
1S3.M...... ,....,. MM. MM.,. 11,331 8.3.H4
1B48..MMM.,M.M.MM,M.M.,.,M 10,639 8, 533
I844,M.,MMM.MM.M,.HMMM.M 17,633 24
I8. ..................,.., tf),5M I3.4W
ma 20,843 18 053
1847 mm.............. 20,603 I0,23u
Since 1847 the Interest In Common 8choolsb.es been
much greater lean before that period. Tbe Moun
tain Counties were the flrst to avail tbemselvos of Its
advantages, and the otuer part, bave since followed
I heir example. The former, however, still maintain
a superiority. The UUrlcte are better organixed
and the attendance more regnlar. as the reports of
the Stale Com Diissloner for several of the psst yeare
wlllaho. This lecblefly attributable to thefact that
the people are leaa able to atabllsh and maintain pri
vate schools, than those of the more level counties.
The following figures will show the progress of our
public schools, aa compared with that of the whole
uumberof white children in the State, as returned
by the assessors each year:
Co.'a Beported to Children in Total Children
Commissioner, Districts. in the State
1847 27 :'0,6O2 173 968
18)8 44 31,501 ' 163,451
1849 71 . .87,498 1S2,W0
I860 98 178,509 203,84"
1851 99 186 111 205 857
18)3 99 W,m 215,195
1853 101 201,223 220,645
18H 102 207,210 227,123
1855 103 all 215,002 226 431
1858 103 all 243,025 2431015
1857 104 all 264.111 254 111
1888 108 all 27,7I2 267,712
It will be seen that the whole State waa not organ
ised Into districts nntll 1858, and consequently those
unorganized portions derived no benefit from the
State Fund. The children thusenumerated are those
between tbe ages of aix and sixteen; although all in
the State are included In school districts, but little
over one-half of Ihem attend the publio schools dur
ing the three months in in which they are termed
free, and the average attendance was but little over
one-third of that number.
Whole number of children m......m.m.267,712
Greatest number In schoo.....M.......M.MMMM..148,987
Average attendance... 97,001
Gain over 1857 of number of children 13,601
Gain over 1887 of greatest number in school..... 10,461
Gain over 18S7 of average attendance.,...,.., ... s,205
The nrosortlonal Increase In i he attunHanca. II
will be observed, is rather greater than that of the
vDoienuoiueroi cnuuren, neraonatratlng that the
interest in these schools is on the Increase.
OneofthenrinolDal reasons of the email attend.
ance la, the inefficiency of the schools themselves.
The law provides that they aball be kept open, free
of oost, to the patrons, three months In the year; yet
i. uvea uvt, jpruvmo a luuu sumcieut ior nan tnat
tlme,and tbe only advantage to those who are una
ble to pay. is that their children oan not be expelled
during this period, as in other portions of the year.
But the fund la largely on the Increase, as the follow
ing figures will show:
School Fund of 185S..
School Fund of 1854..
137,347
. 145,047
. 150.5111
t V. 1 C .. .1 n (OK.
OUUUV1 J! UUU VI ICW,MM,MMM.MM,(MM....M,,.M
ocuooi una oi ieoo,
School Fund of 1857,
School Fund of 1858.
29l,6?0
804,9.1')
82 1, 251
The laran Increase of 1858 la In mininiunn r n
additional tax of throe tents on the $100 of taxable
properiy, unt leyieu inaa year, in accordance with a
vote of the people to that effect, the year previous.
Tbianropoltion, when submitted, received a major
ity of 57,636, out of a vote of leeatban 108,000. Only
five counties gave majorities against it.
But the Ereat fault of the KentnnVv Cnmnnn
Sch'ol syatem is, that it offers so little encourage-
ui-ui, iu pupuii. ee scuoois oi a nigner graue are
Inviting the dilllgent to oontlnue his education be
vond that which he acanirea in thenrimarv Hami-i.
ments. An academic education being placed praoti
cally beyond his reach, by the expenses attending its
acquisition, he leaves school, having acquired lust
enough of the rudiments of an education to teach
him the need of abetter, and yet be haa not enough
upon whloh to build unaided. To this causa, to a
great extent, we moat attribute the scarcity of native
teaoners. i ne poor uave not enmcient qualifications
toteacb. If they desired to do ao: the rich wi.nlil nnt.
even If possessed of thereqnlsite qualifications.
some oi tne towna are ana nave long neen excep
tions to the general rale. Louisville, Covington,
Newnort. MSvavilleand a few other alacaa hava hn.l
efficient schools, both of a primary and higher grade,
during a considerable period; but theae are sustained
by municipal taxation, and exclusively under munl
oapal control.
That '.the progress of education Is accelerating in
Kentucky, the figures we have given will prove.
That It will continue to accelerate la the law of nature.
The affect of thla nOffreaa will twain in aannap in th.
shape of a great moral and social revolution In society
wibuiu buv HHI4UMW vt auauiury.
Xliotiob or Oryicsas roa thi Niw Mili-
flST CoMS-ANT. At a meetlnff nf tha Vantnj.lt
Grays, held at their armory, January 18, i860, tbe
following-named gentlemen were elected as officers
of the company for the enaulng year i
Captain, (J. K. Hays; First Lieutenant, A. Martin;
Second Llentenant, J. W. Lehman; Third Lieuten
ant, J. N. Tyrack; Knsian, J, R. Hawleyi First Ser
geant, James Blackburn; Serend Sergeant, H. E.
Wilson; Third Sergeant, E Karrlck; Fourth Ser
geant, Theo. Blgga; First Oorporal, A. J. Worrell;
Second Oorporel, H. Btacey; Tblid Corporal, J. D.
Campbell; Fourth Oorporal, B. 0. Andrew; Quarter
master, A. B. i larkaon; Recording Secetary, J. N.
Tyraok; Corresponding Secretary, J, D. Campbell:
Treasurer, 0. II. Titus.
Pat ina M iwibi Tk ahIh nn... 1. . r it-
.umu.-..i'.i h v ii i j vBfm vaivre tu B
rouce uouri) yeeieruay, were moss or tf enry Bliss,
T. B. Crosby and Klln AJollina, fined $J to each, for
jlonsilraannuaai and Hones UumhIm -1 l r .
term of tea atyi, for ragranojr.
th Age " by Judge 8lorer, was largely attended laat
nlaht rt aa worthv ot anil .a.1.u4 .t. .
attention.
NEWPORT NEWS.
Cbimihal Matters. A man named Dander
ton, who Is either himself a bad member of soolet.
or haa bad ne ghbora.waa yesterday fined tio and
coats for assaulting a female named Marie Van Bureii
McOinnls. who resides In his vlclnity.and with whom
he was unable either to live in friendly Intercourse or
to avoid.
Wm. Doxon was lyeeterday arraigned before Iiqnln
Hallem, and held to ball In the sum of I1U0 on u
charge of carrying concealed weapons.
Monetary and Commercial.
Some of -the Bankers mentioned a rather
better supply or Eastern Exohange yesterday, bnt II
continued firm at H buying, and N premium, selling
rate. The selecting bonsea are still returning th
votes of the adjacent Banks for redemption, bnt they
can hardly obtain Exchange enough to meet the de
mand dally made upon them.
The Monetary Market remained very close yester
day, and the scarcity of currency was generally fell.
d,,l bT Pod without any sensible
relief to tbe market, our merchants have ceased to
hope for the better time coining, and are accommo
dating themselves to tbe -present order of affairs
?un'nTgnon'1nM.rau'!l,vbU',B,M " hMUhfB'' M'!
w.?bo,u,t1fi;.rUot?,I)loi'anW'na Tla-Wlt W,rt
Illinois and Wisconsin paper waa heavier raster
day, in consequence of tbe advance of Exchange in
ciiiin0' "roaors put up the rate to 2 die-
tJHl?JHn.uiVf,Se, w,th -lted demand, yes
terdar, while Whisky was steady aud in good request.
A0.?,!;1..KE tr""1' b"'l'er gralnrefl"!:
...-'I011'' fMl'D evinced in Provisions, aiM
the buoyanoy of the -narket caused holders to ad
i?;fe,tlif lr rtti ?hl,d,L Th8 was nearly
li?H.??: nnd pr'.Ml though rather "'a-her, wer ,
little more than nominal -
iJth.1 lDJB0.rt a& Exporte ol various articles dur-were-
for,'-illt houii, ending yesterday noon,
I M faflD Tal Vlnnw M t. I- . Wja . A .
aSh,;.' MaiHhl '. i ".T'.1'11 r-ora and Bacon.
u2 i l?rJj . "eg.; Sugar,
. : "i ' 1 tins.; uunee, 1,033 bags:
Applea, 231 brie.; Butter. 68 kegs; Cheese. 853 boil
roiawes, 900 oris.; Halt, 437 brla,; Hay, 829 bales.
whX?,Ti'!fl0Srl 188 oru'-' Whuky, aa I brls.
IwSt,.i,h25u'h,,.lBarl,J,l128 hntheli? Pork an,
Bacon 87 hhda.,25 tierces, 17 brls., Lard, 837 brla
sou kegs; Sugar, 80 hhda.: Molaaaea.'ins hn'. 77 iZh 'J
..''SfhV,??!8.': . boxes; Pot,,
The following is a 1 comnaratlve statement of th,
iKPoriU ''ln Dry (JoodB and General Mer
andsfuStty3?0' N,W " a"k
lor the Week. 1858. 1839. I860.
Dry ?oods.,........M... $1,073,8(9 $2,898,887 t,256,Sfc'
Geu'l Merchandise.. 1,121,434 lliaifrs fiS&,
Total for the week.. S2,19a,43 83,850,288 i,873,le?
Previously reported l,549,2dl 1,990,786 ljm4,9o,
8Mn?aitn:1:,r,v,3'?4iS8f. ,mi,u49 isiMToiii
. "--j . ivi. uiuuui says, concern lot:
Saturday last: Treasury Notes are again pressing 011
the market, and the 6 per cents, have been sold at a
u.m..y ju-unj, wDoviauy on can. xne suonli
of capital seeking employment In call loans w
nn ljtj)ni,.l lnth.Ham.,,,1 . . r
?iTI 1 imr com, auu, late in
" ioaua couiu nave oeen nan at 6 per cent., on
j .t ""'"""" raper was in oetter aemand
and the rates show an Improvement of about X be.
Cent, from tha .,1mm. nr .1 l. "
1 1, f very irregular for lorelgn bills, ami
dency. Sterling Is nominally 107 (&IOSS, forgoodfltJ
. - . , w.iuyioi .
CINCINNATI MARKET—JANUARY 17.
a 7Z.AI ,1 1 S " "ange in tne market: tb
wSrii'v mJL8,: 10?400 b,rre1' ' 40 50
xuwn.-tuauiNiD, iat steauy, witu a good fle
ratafor 0 urr9l at 20t30o., the latter
HOGS tJone' of consequence on the-market, and
prices must be regarded as little better than nomi
nal, but prices are higher. The sales were:
60 head averaging 178 lbs. at ft to
07 head averaging 210 lbs. at. .HZH S W
P,6 "2S?LptoJ,lorlu the lMt ntr-four hours we
only 300 heao,
PROVISIONS An Improved and buoyant feellnt
In the markot generally, to-day, and holders put
prices a shade, and seemed more oarelul about mak
ing propositions to sell round lots. Firat-ola
brands of mess Pork were generally held at VIS !
17, with buyers of such at $16 50. but the only salt
we heard of was 100 barrels at 16 50, which ehow.
the extreme llrmneea of holders We notice a grow
Ln?JpS,cul?t,V4,S!"D? iu thl article. 80,000 pound,
bulk Meats sold at 6 and sc., ou the spot, loose.
Indicating an Improvement. There Is increasln
anxiety to buy, but at a shade below the rates asked,
for future delivery, which are M and 8Xe. Lard I.
held firmly at 10c. f,-r prime city: bat some Irregular
if w?ir,.?ffe,';!I,d.A0W?t V?9Ko-."-d oueloi
of 100 tierces at loo. ifo bhds. Bacon eold at JM ami
Jo. for Shoulders and Sides. It is not easy to buy al
these rates; the demand is only moderate. 700 pieces
green Hams sold at 80.
nJ?J?i?iJBRII:sNo,ohn,"I ln the market: sales ol
200 hhdj. Sugar at 8XHo , and 140 barrels Molas
, Nothing transpired ln Coffee.
Ol L-8ale of .29 barrels Linseed at 62c., and 88 do.
at 03c.: market firm.
W HEAT The market continues firm, with a good
demand, at Si 251 28 lor prime white, and $1 2 1
l 23 for prime red.
UOBN-The market Is dull, and prices havedt
ollned to M.Mc., ln bulk. sui
OATS-Tbere Is a fair demand, and prices steady
a,u4iy '-?00 hushels, ln bulk, at 49,c.
R Y R The market is doll, and prices have decline,!
t0.!lE,.r5S"net."lla"o',wl'U8hela at 81, delivered
BABLEY -There la a fair demand, and pric, -ateady
at 7375c. for prime fall, and 63(468o. for fall
to good: Balea of 800 bushels prime fall at 7uo., and 15o
do.vlalr at 67c.
.SA.y'r.h,,nrketl,nrni,,rlth an active demand
at.?.Jl8Iiu',for Irlnle Timothy, on arrival.
OHKLSK fhe demand continues good, and prices
firm at last quotations: sales of 4110 boxes Western
BnnrlM.,o,5i.i 140 do,- Mt, Dh Dairy at lOJto.
BUTTER Tbe market is dull, but prices are un
ohanged.
A PPLES The market Is firm, with a good demand
at S3 303 28 per barrel, for fair to choice, froo,
store.
POTATOES-The demand Is good, and prices firm
8t.".,,'?,?Sr barrel for prime Neahanocka. from etore
OLOVEB SKBD-There la a good demand, will,
light receipts, and prices are tending upward, bnt
not ouotably higher: sales or 100 bushels, In sacks
and barrels, at 84 78, and 10 barrels at $4 75.
[BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.]
new loaa Mabeet, January 17 P. M.-Asbe
In fair dt mamd: sales of 78 barrels, at $8 25 for Pots,
and 85 S7X for Pearls. Cotton rules very firm, wt I,
a fair demand: sales of 2,000 balea at lWffillMc. for
middling uplands. Flour, the demand It less acthi
and scarcely firm. Shippers insist on a decline
while home trade refuse to purchase more than audi
oient to supply the present wants: sales of 5,600 brla ,
at as I64 25 for i. erfine State: Ss 305 40 for extrs
State; $5 Ui 28 for superfine Western; 18 30& tn
lor common to medium extra Western; 15 705 w
for Interior to good shinning brands extra round
hoop Ohio-market dosing dull. Canadian Flou,
dull and scarce, and in fair demand at full prices:
aies of 400 barrels at $5 656 60 tor common to unolct
;xtre. Bye Flour selllug at S3 78o4 40. Buckwhea
Flour in good supply ,nd dull at2 87X3 per owl
Corn Meal dull and nnchanged. Whisky more ar
tlve and lower: sales of l.otio Brls. at 2535Sc, chiefli
the Inside prices. Wheat dnll aad heavy; shipped
iusiat on lower prices, while millers are not dispose,:
to purchase more than to supply present wants: sale
S'J,'6!!0 bS?,h" h'oago Spring at II 20, la aton ;
3,000 do. Mllwaukle Club at $f 22, in store; sou d(,
prime red Southern at $l 35. Bye dnll at Va92c.:
sales of 1,000 bushels at 3r. Barley quiet ane ui.
changed: sales of 5,000 bushels at 85o. Corn decided
ly lower: sales of 34,000 bushels at 8284o. for Infe
rior to prime new white and yellow. Oats in moder
ate request, at 4546o. for State, Western and Cans
man. Pork dnll and heavy: sales of 3r0 brK, S'
Sl6 12 for old mess; 1717 28 for new mesa; $11 1,
for old prime. Beef quiet and nnchanged: sales (
128 barrels, at 4a4 25 for country prime; $55 S
f t country mess; $H9 78 for re-packed meesTan
llo&U for extra mesa. Beef Rams in fair supply an,
dull, at $12 for State; $14 2ftl4 80 for Weeteri
Prime mess Beef dull and nominal: -alee of 18 tierce
prime India meas on private terms Dressed Bog
plenty and dull, at 8H(36)to. for Western, and 7
for city. Bacon quiet and unchanged. There la 1,
material change in Cut Meats, and transactions ai
limited: sales ef 80 packages, at 6XjMHo. for Shonlii
ore, and 99Mo. for Hams. A sale or 100 green Hani
from tbe block, at 9Ho. for very choice. Lard is dull
tales of 150 barrels at 10M10Xc. , and 180 kegs at 12i .
Butter ln moderate request, at 1217o. for Ohio, an
lft24o. for State. Cheese steady at 9iailc. Olle
Linseed quiet at S758c.; Lard firmly held at to,,.
9o.. and Sperm at $1 40: sales of 1,600 barrels WhaN
at 48(i&50e. Wool has been dull since the audio
sale in Boston, and prices are unchanged: sales of w
balra Foreign at previous figures. Candles continn,
firm: salesof 2,500 boxes Adamantine at 18c.; 1,0111
boxes Inferior mark at l73io , and Sperm anchangeil
Tobacco moderately active: aaleeof Kentucky at 6(
llo. Molasses steady; sales of, part last evening, ,
hhda. Porto Blcoat40o.; Muoovadaato.,and Nov,
Orleans at 51(3820. Sugar heavy: sale of 9hhds. San
Jago, new crop, at 7Ho ! 12 hhds. ftlelavo atSM(.i
6Hc. and 150 boxes Havana at 7Mo. Leather is qui, 1
for all kinds, and quoted at 225230. for middle weigh
Hemlock Buenos Ayres; 20t22c. for do. Orinoco,
and 28(3330. for Oak,
AUCTION SALES
AUCTION SALE BT KELL0G3 A
WILLIAMS Sales-rooms Nos. 22 and 24 Ban
Third -s tree t.-On WBUIIESDAF KVENINQ, Jai -uary
18, at 9 o'olock-A general assortment ot Di
and Fauoy Goods, Clothing, Watchee. Jewelry, Ac
ALSO-A stock of Uumedeemed Pledges, consiai
Ing of 30 splendid Bilk Dresses, aud other goods.
ALSO A variety of new and aeoond-hand Fnrnl-ture-of
Sofas, Chairs, Tables, Bedsteads, Bureau..
Looking Glasses, Ao.
ALSO-20 pair Bed Blankets.
Jal8 A. KELLOOQ, Auctioneer.
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THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND M0S1
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Call and see them,
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