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THE EEESS.
Ah W W. FRANCISCO. JOHN D. OALDWELl.
miTOaS AMB FaOPBUTOBS. ... .
BATCBDAY.
.JANUAKY 21
THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION
IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.
la order to meat the often expressed
wlshee af ear trlende la the coaniry, who
deelre te fee famished with a Cheap Daily
Paper we hare redaeed the trio of our
aaheorlptlea from tear te three dollars per
yean parahle la all eaaea la adrance. Por
stay leae period thaa eae rear ear tense
will be at the aid rata of foar dollars.
Three dollar barely eaffloe to pay for the
hlaak paper we aie la prlnttap; It, yet we
are determined to re the eoantry mer
ehaataf aa well ai ear olty patrons, the
eheapeat aad heat paper erer pnbllahed la
the Qaeea City. The Proea furnishes the
eaaie Markets aad Telegraph report! circa
fey oar laraer eoteaiporarleai with a areater
yarlety ofaeaeral aad aslacellaaeoat read-U.
No Speaker.
The United State Hoot of RepreeentatiTes
bar spent another day without balloting for
Speaker.
Poor Richard's Almanac.
The printer! of Indianapolis were to fortu
nate m to bar at their resent oelebration, on
franklin's birth-day, a copy of B. Franklin'
"PoorBioaard's Almanao" for 173S. That la
a rare number, the first of the series, whioh
continued for twenty-six yean, to 1858.
. Eighteen number were ptirohaaed at the
tale of John Doggett'i effects, on hi decease,
in New York, in IMS. Three number! were
republished by Doggett, who deiigntd to give
n modern a sopy of the whole terie.
Poor Richard's Almanac. Unique Virginia Literature.
Ml Martha Haines Butt' "Leisure Mo
ment," judging from the tpeoimeni w hare
eon of the book, contain worce Terse and prose
than we remember to hare seen in the pru
duotlons of any one pretending to Uteratuie.
Mil Butt ha been greatly praised in ertain
quarters lately, and been styled one of the
"most beautiful and gifted daughters of Vir
ginia." Poor sirl, if she writes often as she
hta written in her "Moments," she will be
oome a butt indeed, and induee her best
friend to wish her constantly oocupleil
Leisure is evidently dangerous to her reputa
tion.
Our City—The Pork Season.
In despite of the disbursement from the
separate purses of our dealers, of between six
and seven millions of dollars during the potV
packing season, now about dosed, we sre
proud to speak of the financial robustnesi of
Cincinnati. We are slow ly but surely advar o
iog in all the departments of commercial
growth, and arc by what we have attained to,
and by our business habits, in a condition to
warrant the expectancy of a future of unir
terrupted saoceis. Our mechanics, manufac
turers and merohants are making preparation
by new buildings for enlarged operations.
Cincinnati is a solid oity.
Kentucky and Tennessee.
The eiobange of visits by the representa
tive bodlea of adjoining State is an oecasioa
of more than ordinary interest. It is accom
plished by means of the railroad. The Legis
latures of Kentucky and Tennesaee, being in
session in their respective Capitals, aooeptt d
an invitation to meet at Louisville, Kj., on
Taesday next. So far as we can speak for
Ohio, we can say she wishes great prosperity
to both these States, and congratulates them
on the connection of their ospltals by railroad.
If it be true, that a large portion of these diu
tinguished visitors should oome to our city,
the General Assembly of Ohio will extend
thorn an invitation to their Capital and wel
come to Ohio.
Sense Preferable to Sound.
When the proprietor of the town of Franklin,
In Massachusetts, obtained a reply from
Franklin on being advised that a town-bell
would be an acceptable present, he found that
it contained this line "Sense preferable to
sound" a package of books from Paris being
sent as a more appropriate gift. Rev. Na
than Emmons, clergyman of the town,
preached a sermon on "The Dignity of Mao,"
on receipt of the books.
Have our General Assembly a better use to
pat their tenth of a mill levy to than in li
braries of books for the people f If there be
evils in the administration of the law, correct
them, but don't deprive the pupils of read
able books.
A Congressman Sick, Sad, and Almost
Insane.
Clark B. Cochrane, a Congressman of Kiw
York, hai, for precautionary safety, been sent
temporarily to a Lunatie Asylum, bis mind
having been injured by the exoitements of this
disorganised Congress. He is a man about
forty-five yean of age, and was born at New
Boston, N. H. He graduated at Union Col
lege, New Tork; practiced law in Sohenec
tady; waa a member of the New Tork Legis
lature in 1813-44. He waa a member of the
Committee on the Expenditure! of the Wer
JDepartmeat in the last Congress.
It would not inrpriB us if more of his col
league would soon have quarter with him II
the Bedlam continue In the House.
Peter Funks.
The name of Peter mean rock, quite a
hard substance. The Peter Funks are ti e
eeeasional mock-auctioneers hard cases, in
deed, in our city. They have person at the
door known ai barken, who inveigle the un
wary into the roem where Peter is crying bi
wares valuable gold or silver, of oourse.
About him stand thejwert, who are in wait
ing to raise the article high la the estimation
of the greenhorn. When he bids beyond its
value it is knocked down to him, and when it
it too late he find that be is effectually sold
tnat he has fallen into the snare.
There are Peter Funk" parties, Feter Funk
enureses, and Peter Funk politicians. We
warn the unsophisticated not to be taken In by
their ball-game. These are the rogues who
1 iv by their wits-thelr wares are pinoh-beok
don't trade with or trait in them.
Qualifications of a Governor.
nolle wmI.
Courage to act, hnmanltr to feell
Skill to direct, benevolence to nn;
Nor slave of prejndloe, nor party's stave;
Enlightened views and dignity of aool,
Grace to aoDOillate, flrmaeM to control."
The offloe of Governor, in Ohio, it not one
to which the Constitution of the State confer
numerous powers, but this post of honor 1
representative of all the requisites of a self.
rrreraisg eltttas.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, January 20.
Senate sot la session.
HOUSE Mr. Curtis, of Iowa, said that the
eye of the country are upon the House, and
they must extricate themselves from tneir
resent position. The previous question on
r. Hutchins's plurality resolution having
been called, it must be decided, and till then
all debate is oat of order.
The Clerk remarked that, while he waa
willing to submit any question to the House,
the gentleman from Iowa could not take the
floor from the gentleman from Missouri to press
bis point.
Mr. Hale's opening remarks were almost un
intelligible in the reporter's gallery, owing to
the prevalent confusion, but he was understood
to discuss the following points; First, the
FedersI Government as a compact of sovereign
State. Seoond, The power of the Depart
ment are with speolal reference to the re
served rights of the States, and are thereby
proviaeo lor protection oi coin me xeaerui
and State Governments. ' Third, Any at
tempted infraction to the violation of these
rights, the remedy is by an appeal to the
modes set forth in the Constitution, and not
by nullification. Fourth, When all constitu
tional mean have failed, revolution is prefer
able to further submission, ana it would be
come the true policy of the South to secede
from the Union. He argued that secession did
not originate in the South, but In Massachu
setts, during the War of 1812.
He maintained that three-fourths of the
country are with the South on the real ques
tion at issue, whioh is ons of power, and of
whioh slavery is a mere inoident.
A colloquy between Messrs. Farnsworth and
MoOlernand as to the position of the Democ
racy and the subject of slavery in the Terri
tories, and in which Mr. Morris subsequent);
took a pari. -
Mr. Pryor rose to a personal explanation.
He referred to an article in the New Tork
Herald of yesterday, referring to him, say
ing he was under no obligations to respond
any issue from the pen or inspiration oi Jamei
Gordon Bennett, a notorious individual and
conspicuous by his persistent and labored vio
lations of all the rights and virtuous instincts
ot humanity, who had supplied himself with
money and means of pernioious influence by
extorting contributions from the tears of In
nocence; a wretch who bears on hi back the
scar of many merited chastisements, and
whose heart Is tainted by every conceived
contamination; a miscreant consenting to the
dishonor of his own family, a crime whioh no
language is commensurate to express; a foul
and loathsome creature whose name is worthy
of execration, and from whose eontaot truth
and virtue shrink; a fiend denied the friend
ship of the social circle; a man covered with
inflaming shame and the opprobium of human
ity. Alluding to that editorial, Mr. Pryor
asked Mr. Million whether it was true, as the
editor stated, that he had been rebuked the
other day for language used in debate?
Mr. Millson replied he intended it a per
sonal rebuke but his design was to proteot the
decorum of tho Houbo. There were other
transgressors of the rules of order that day,
and be had determined, if possible, to arrest
this sort of disoussion whioh might lead to
calamitous results.
Mr. Pryor said his colleague's explanation
was satisfactory, but there remained an issue
between his colleague and himself. He un
derstood his colleague to say that the employ
ment of the term he made use of was unpar
liamentary, for which one might justly be
called to order. He now proposed to vindi
cate hltrmelf from the charge of infracting tho
dignitary of parliamentary discussion by ti e
indiscriminate use of the term. He remarked
that Mr. Hiokman had made an injurious
and unfounded imputation on the obaraoter of
the South, arid hia oolleague, under that im
pression, said it reversed the allegation and
stigmatised his sentiments aa false. The word
false did not necessarily imply an intuit; a
gentleman's statement may be false and yet
be may not design an untruth. Was there
any phrase more legitimate? If the speeches
of Fox, Burke, Clay, Randolph, and others
be referred to, it would be fuuud that they
had used tbis term. He understood that Mr.
MoClernand the other day stigmatized Borne
tentiment of Mr. Hickman's as fa lie. Mr.
Montgomery bad applied the term fasehoud
to one of bis Pennsylvania colleagues. Wby
was he made a solitary exception.
Mr. Howard, rising to a personal explana
tion, caused to be read a Washington letter to,
the New York JSxpren, in whioh it was men
tioned as a rumor that Mr. Wendell and Mr.
Weed had entered into a private agreement to
eleot Mr. Sherman by the plurality rule. The
absence of certain Western Deruoorati, Mr.
Howardamong the number. The correspond
ent, however, had laid he did not believe the
members were privy to the use of their named.
Mr. Howard said be believed his colleague,
Mr. Sherman, to be a perfect gentleman, but
they were at anti-codes In politics. He did
not wish it to go out that he would give him
his negative vote by absenting himself from
the House. He had never seen Mr. Wendell
or Mr. Weed, and did not know them. There
was no foundation for the oharg.
jur. vox atd tbe letter was written by a
man Who acts as Secretary for the Union
Club, a private, by the name of Walker, a sort
of correspondent who bonev-fogglea members
and lies about them. It was part of the sjb-
tem of lying about north-western Democrats.
jnr. Dabbitt merely wished to discuss a sub-
eat pertaining to the general Interest of all.
He oontended that the resolution of Mr.
Hutohlna was in order. The House was not
bound in any preceding rule of tbe previous
House. The first thing to be done Is too
choose a presiding offioer, and nothing is iu
order except a vote for Speaker. The Houe
oan adopt no resolution except to vote and
adjourn. Hence the resolution of the gentle
man from Ohio, for tbe plurality rule, was iu
order.
Mr. Curtiss raised a point of order that all
disoussion was out of order.
Mr. Washburn, of Maine, called the gentle
man to order.
Mr. Farnsworth protested against the gen
tleman from Pennsylvania being Interrupted.
Amid cries of "Go on" Mr. Houston said no
one waa interrupted on that side of the House.
Order being restored Mr. Babbitt oroceedeil.
It would be Constitutional for the Hours
to appoint a committee to electa Speaker.
We hare been here seven weeks in disorder.
while there was a stagnation in public busi
ness. W have exhibited a monstrous farce
for the amusement of the galleries. Tho re
sponsibility rests with the Lecompton Demo
crats. They alone prevent an organization.
That it tbe only way it can be done, and be
desired to have all the glory or the all the
iname. lie appealed to tnat party to waste
no more time. If they would not permit an
organisation he wiahed the country to know
where the blame rented. He heard that fault
had been found with him because he had not
repelled the attack from the other side with
threat ot disunion, lie bad a constituenov
who could read and write and who would
stand by the Constitution.
He gave bis views on the question
slavery. He did not believe in any right
hold slaves exoept by special permission
uoa as mo ancient Israelites naa. He read
extracts from Washington's correspondence
snow nil opinion on tne iiavery question
He had certain extract where Jefferson.
Henry, Madiion and others read to ihow that
they not only held the same doctrine a the
Republican do now on the subject of slavery,
but a zreat deal stronger. Tbev do not In
tend to evade the constitutional rights of the
South. Instead of taking a sectional party
they were a great national party, walking
tbe footsteps of their revolutionary fathers,
and resisting the aggression of the Democrat.
Mr. Clark made soma explanation a
hia object in introducing tbe resolution that
no lndorserof tho Helper book was fit to
Speaker ot tne uouie.
Mr. Sherman asked Mr. Clark whether b
withdrew his resolution in order to give him
an opportunity to explain.
Mr. Clark would tell the gentleman he had
two opportunities, but failed to avail himself
of these.
Mr. Sherman replied that the opportunity
had never been offered him, and so help him
God, while tnat resolution was pending be
never would explain a single word a to the
extract In Helper' book. Applause from the
Republicans. It had been published every
where that he wss a traitor, but hi atcusors
had never shown proof. When he discovered
that his name atand a a barrier to organisa
tion, and was sattsned any member or Bis
partv could obtain a larger Tote, he would
retire from th field.
Mr. Clark aaid be never would withdraw hi
resolution: the gentleman' day of grace had
passed.
Mr. mnaman saia ne naa never Known an
lndiotment to be withdrawn. The defendant
might explain hi put oourse. Adjourned.
Two Days Later from Europe—Arrival
of the Circassian.
St. Johns, N. F., January 20. The steam
ship Oireattia arrived this morning from Gal
way, 7th, with two days' later savioes from
Europe. The news 1 unimportant. Th
Liverpool Cotton market was active and firm,
but the Brokers' Circulars reports the sale of
the week (Ave business day) at 87,000 bales.
The Breadatuffi market had a declining tend
ency. Provision! quiet. Oonioli closed on
the 6th at
Th iteamer Africa (ailed from Liverpool
on the 7th for New Tork direct.
Nothing had transpired relative to the Con
gress and it was still uncertain whether it
would assemble.
The retirement or dismissal of Count Wa
lewski from the French Ministry of Foreign
Affair attracted more attention than any
thing else, in a political way, In Europe.
The English jonrnals oonstrue It as evident
that Napoleon Intends to espouse the Italian
cause.
M. De Thorn venal would quit Constantinople
forthwith to assume the Foreign Ministry.
It was rumored tnat tne visit or .Lord Cow
ley, the British Embassador at the French
Court to London, had reference to the settle
ment of the Italian question without th as
semblage of a European Congress.
Marshal JucManon bad auceoeded marshal
Valiant a Marshal of tbe French Army of
Occupation of Italy.
The ran Bourse continues depressed. Tbe
Rente olosed on the 6th inst. at 68f. SOs,
Tbe Sardinian Government had protested
against the enlistment of Germans by the
Papal Government, and threatens to send
troops into the Legations.
The Prussian peace army is to be Increased
by 350,000 men.
It la oonarmed tnat Uuoei Facha had suc
ceeded Kodrifli Pacha as Grand Viiier of
Turkey.
Tne mails from Bombay December 12, and
Melbourne November 17, had arrived. There
had been ohanget in' the Ministry both In
Viotoria and New Sonth Wales. The Mel
bourne markets were depressed. Mr. Gra
ham, a provision contractor, had suspended
for 80,000 pounds.
From Washington.
Washington, January 20. The Senate, in
Exeoutive session, has confirmed the following
appointments: Samuel Smith, of Tenn., Com
missioner of General Land Office; Col. Stam
bangh, of Penn., Surveyor General of Utah;
George Griffin, of Ind., Recorder of Public
Moneys at Central Alabama; W, C. Maoaboy,
of Wis., register ot Land Umce at superior,
Wis.; a. Means, of Iowa, Receiver of Land
Office at Iowa City; W. A. Bevens, of Arkan
sas, Receiver of Land Office at Batesville, Ar
kansas; M. Rose, of Arkansas, Receiver of
Land Office at' Clarksville, Arkansas; H. A.
Setser, Register at Cambridge, Minn., J. B.
Culver, Register at Portland, Minn.; J. J.
Clark, Reeeiver at Port Clark, Kansas; H. A
McUill, Secretary or tne Territory of W ashing-
ton; W. 6Imonds, Indian Agent for Indians at
Puget Sound.
There bave been S4.000.000 worth of Boric
isaued by the Postoffice Department. One
man, it ia said, owns $2,000,000, purchased at
80 oents.
The President has tendered to Ex-Governor
Thomas, of Maryland, tbe United Strvss
Treasnryshlp. He deollnes.
The Lawrence Disaster.
Liwbincs), January 20. Tbe afternoon
session of yesterday was occupied in the ex
amination of Goorge How, of Boston, one of
tbe prinoipal owners of the Pemberton Mill.
Mr. 1). Kevins and Himself paid 1325.000
for the property, valued at $640,000. He es
caped from the mill while it was falling. The
witness gave a description of the mill, and
testified positively that he never had the
slightest doubts of its stability, and never
heard it questioned.
The testimony or tne evening session de
veloped nothing new. J. A. True, carpenter,
had the shafting put up, but found no settling
and oonsidered the building safe.
Morris J&nowies, carpenter, waa re-exam
ined, but added nothing of importance to his
previous testimony.
Auction Sale of Teas.
Niw Yobk, January 20. The publio sale
this morning was well attended, but not very
spirited, xne discus lor good quality, com
mon to fine Hyson, were fully up to current
rates. For old teas, no improvement having
been obtained, they were sold at the following
prioes: Hyson, m; xoung iiyaon, Z5M38;
uyson 'J. wan Key, ZS: Twankey. 2b'A(w2S
Gunpowder, 3638J; Imperial, 80 J33J;
ana uoiong, vi'A.
Hon. Clark B. Cochrane Not Insane.
Utica, January 20. Dr. Gray, Supsrin
tendent of the Insane Asylum, declare! that
Hon. Clark B. Cochrane ii not in the least in
sane. Overtasked by professional and Con
gresaional duties, he became so prostrated and
tasked In mind tnat it was feared Insanity
would supervene. He was brought to tbe
Asylum ss a precautionary measure.
Casualty.
Pbovidihoi, January 20. -Mr.
Elliba
Brown, a man about sixty yean old.
belong
ing in Pittsford, Vt., waa killed at the station
in this city this morning by the train on the
Hartford Road while backing. He was the
father of Fayette Brown, Cashier of tbe State
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From Augusta.
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AOOUBTA, January 20. Shocks of earth.
qnake were felt at Charleston. An arista,
Macon and ether points, at sn o'clock last
evening.
James W. Jones, editor of the Augnita
Chroniclt and Sentinel, died last night.
Counterfeits.
New Yobk, January 20. Counterfeit 20'i
on the Safety Fund Bank, of Boston, bave
made their appearance.
of
in
Gbiat Outbaoi Upos a Hioblt Bufkw
abli Yotho Lady. The St, Mary's (0. W.)
Argm lays that George Weir, a large oontrao
tor on the Grand Trunk Railroad a man of
wealth and the father of a large family re
cently violated the person of a most estimable
lady, to whom he had been paying his ad
dresses for sixteen or eighteen months. They
went out sleighing together, and the cutter
being upset and her shoulder dislocated, he
conveyed her to his own house, and then
drugged and debauched her is tbe moat brutal
manner. The villain had fled beyond the
reach of the law and a brother's revenge.
Tbe attendant oircumitances, and the Hand
ing of the parties, render this one of the
greatest outrages we remember to have heard
of in a longtime.
to
be
A Ftiit, Lkotubkss ahb a Lustful Aokrt.
Miss Helen M. Dresser, the leoturer on Mor
monism, paid a visit to Shelbyville, Tenn.,
last week with her agent, a Reverend Mr.
smith, so oaiied, to nil a professional engage
ment. While in that town, a hotel proprietor,
haviog discovered that Helen and the "Rev
erend" gentleman were practical Mormons,
kicked tne fellow ont of doors and renueited
the "lady" to leave town, which she did Im-Btediateli
Drsoovsay or Srouotra Pirns, In Chi-
oago, the other day, $74,000 of "Hartford Ex
change Bank of Indiana" paper waa discov
ered In a box sent from Toledo by express to
Charles Banford, who was afterward arretted
and held to bail on charge of having spurious
money and Intending to pais toe same.
HOME INTEREST.
flsT A. A. Xyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewt Iry. Dot. 141 and 171 Weetern-row.
aJT Ball k Thomas, Fourth-itreet, east
of Baoe.are supplying our oltluna with excellent
Flotures, at prices that harmonise with the times.
pf Daguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Btxth and Weetern-row, over Hannaford'a
drug-store. Pictures taken and ut In good oas
for twenty ceuU. Warranted to please.
ijs9At No. A8 Broadway, below Pearl-
street, you can get beautiful colored Ambrotrp or
Ferotyees, In fancy eases, at one-third th price
charged at other rooms. Bemember th number
M Broadway . Jaltb
pf "Old Domikiox." Over forty differ
ent styles anl varieties of th celebrated " Old Do
minion " Coffee and Tea Pots are now manufactured
nnder tbe patent for the United States by Arthur,
Bnrnham A Ollroy, Philadelphia. The agent for
this oily is Mr. J. B. Greene, No. M East Pearl street
and north-east corner of fifth and Smith-streets.
Mr. Greene sells the "Old Dominion" at Philadel
phia prices. Drop in and examine them.
DIED.
uounty, new lor, unane ,
Kins, of ooniiiniD'
Hon, in the twenty-eighth year of hie age. lie waa
formerly connected, ae associate editor, with tbe
"Albany State Begtiter;" also with the '(Jinciu
nati Gaaette."
T Albany, (IS. 1.,) Cleveland and Cincinnati
papers please copy. .
SPECIAL NOTICES.
I
I
I
I. M. M. USSMIATIOK.
Lecture.
O. P. BALDWIN, ESQ.,
(Or RICHMOND, TA.)
"The Good Time Coming."
Tuesday Evening, Jan, 24,
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
SW Admission, 35 cents. Doos open at T o'clock.
Lectors to oommeooe at 8 o'clock jail
PUBLIC MEETING OF CITIZENS
IT tHi
Merchants' Exchange.
Seuuwkj
IT BEING UNDERSTOOD
that the Members of the Lrelilatnraa
entucKT and Tenneeiee will Tint Ulnoinnatlon the
tsth iDst., It la desirable that a publio meeting of clt
Irene should be held for the purpoae of making ar
rangements to give our dittluguisbed vlsitore a Bi
ting reception and proper attention during tbeir
stay. Such meetiog -will, therefore, be held at th
nercnanta' juxcoange, inio (raturaay; ai u.
NOON, January 21, at 2H o'clock. All who feel In
terested In the matter are lntlted to be present
H&mnAl Wlufllna.
H. I). Lord.
W. W. Scarborough,
J. H Groesbeck
Stanley Matthews,
JoaephK. Smith,
James Ball,
A. McAlpin,
B. M Bisbup.
Geo. Kei k,
Geerge O. King,
Huirh W. Birney,
C. W. West.
Theodore Cook,
T. J. Gettier,
W. fl. Harrison.
Henry Stanberry,
John D. Jones,
Griffin Taylor,
H E. Spencer,
Joe. Lopawnrih,
Joseph Torrence,
J. F. GuuDlngham,
Bob. Brii.
George Hatch,
J. B. Carpenter,
Sam. Darts, jr.,
Ij. Doveooy,
Thos. ttherlock,
jail
WESLEY CHAPE 1,. REV.
WM. TiTLOB, of California, will preach
lu Wesley Chapel, on Fifih-itreet, between Syca
more and Broadway. TO-M' JIBOW at 11 A. M. and
3 and 7 P. M. The eermonln the afternoon will
addressed to children, for whom se.ta will t e to
erred in the body of the oburch. The publio are
lDtiteo to attend. jatia-
HERHON'S SEMINARY.
Th lhirtr-flrat Seml-Annual Exhibition
ot ttie Literary Bool-tie, of Hermn'e tjemlnary will
tahe plnce at Smith & Nixon's Hall, on WEDNES
DAY KVBNING next, January 26.
Ine young gentlemen win einva to pteaBeineir
frleudi, and will be glad tonne them all tnere. ja2)e
OHIO LIKE INSURANCE CO.
Tho Hliu-k holder, ol thn Ohio Life Iniur-
BiirHiinmiiAiif .raimtifled that the Annual Meetinff
for the choice of Directors will lie held at the office
of the company, Mo. 68 Weat Third-etreet, on MON
DAY, the 6th day of February, i860, between the
hours oi 11 o 'clock A. in. ana i r. m.
ja!2t mum it t muutt-a. x , secretary.
CHILBLAINS AND FROST.
ED FEKT.-Palmer's Veaetable Cosmetic
ution is the neter-falllng remedy for theae grettt
annoyance!, it not only enects a complete cure.
often by one thorough application, but it decreaiw.
tne liability to a return ot tne same uimcuuy,
For
sale by druggists generally.
SOLON PALMER, Agent,
Mo. 66 West Fonrth-ttreet.
deK
wS-EVIDEICE ACCUMULATES
VgjT OiifPiBiriTi, Deo. 17, 1869. Mr. 8. Palmer
Dear Sir: gome five years since I received a aevere
Iniury on my left arm, near the elbow, elnee whlcit
f h.vluum .nuitlv Annnrntl hv a mitnf on, dluaae
am thiitiM A ftF tiBinrmloiia remedies without
ancceea, 1 waa Induced to try your Vegetable Uoa
metto Lotion, anl am happy In informing yon that
the use of half a bottle has left my arm as smooth
and tree from uiseaie aa ita mate.
GteMl,yourflNw
No. 146 Weat Third-street.
For sale by druggists everywhere. Be sure to
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetlo Lotion, and acceptor
nothing else. SOLUM PALMICU, Agent.
do No. 66 West Fourth-street, Ulnotnnatl, O.
fa6?7KENNEDVS MEDICAL BIS.
MLf finvKRT li acknowledged bv the moat em
nent physicians, and by the most careful dnugisU
throughout the United States, to be the moat effectual
blood-purifier ever known, and to have relieved moro
suffering, and effected more permanent curee, than
iy preparation known to the p
,lt Bheum, Kryslpela, Scald-fit
rofeaaion. Scrofula,
ead, coaly eruption,
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few t
dv a tew ooHiei
ttles, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor.
nor. Fnl
and explicit directions for the cure of ulcerated soie
iegs,anuouierwrrupiuui-uuuiuB mm, e' ' .
the pamphlet with each bottle. For sale br JOHN
r ABK. S 0 IBB, BOKSTJS1N A CO., and GKOBGK
M. DIXON. Price 11. eepl-aj
IVtO'yOFFICE OP THE PA88EN-
ktL GBBRAILBOAD
Company of oinoin-
N ATI, 8. W. corner of Third
and Bace-atreeui, October,
IS. IRM.-Thli road la now iii. Clara will itart.
at intervals of ten mlnutea. from 6:80 A. M. on-
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
.from Wood to Lawrence-street, and weetward
I Fourth-street to Smith, and on Fifth-street
f Wood. , Citiaens wlU please, bee In mind that
cars will invariably cross intersecting streets before
stopping ior passenger.
OC16-U
u
JAMES J. BOBBINS. President.
Peach Orchard, Yonghlocheoy, Hartford
City aad gyrmeaee Coals.
WE ARB DELIVERING THB ABOVE
onalltlea of Goal from the boats in excellent
order and prompt delivery.
Dealers in Coal and Coke,
deSOaui 179 Xast Front-st.. near Butler.
NEW ADVEETISEMENTS.
Over Forty Different Styles
AND VARIETIES
OF THE
Celebrated
OLD DOMINION
Are now manufactured nnder the patent for
United States by ABTBUB, BOBHHAM A GIL
BOY, Philadelphia.
JOS. E. GREENE,
GBSBBAL WK8TKBK AOHT,
Mo. M Pearl-st. and V. 1. cor. Smith and Fifth.
JW Bell, at Manufacturers' prices. Bend for
jantf
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP,
The oo-uartnersMD heretofore axial Ina betweri
the undersigned, in the Beal Estate and Brokerage
Btuloefla. I thla dar dliaolved bv mnlnal conaent.
J. B. Siddall will settle the outstanding btuineeeof
A
of
be
get
z
D.
on
to
the
the
elr
cnlars. NEW ADVEETISEMENTS
CLOSINC-OUT SALES
FOB
JANUARY.
1860.
DELAND &
GOSSAGE,
"27 '
West Fourth-st.
Have this day reduced their Fall and Winter Goods,
and will offer great bargains throughout the month.
BAVADERB & PLAID SILKS
ftodnoed to 60, 62X and 76 oentt. '
a ' ' ' II..-'
Fine duality French Merino,
AtM,75and87Xeenti. ' ' .
PRINTEDMERINOES,
OOOD STILE AND SUPEMOB QUALITY,
. At MX, 75 and $1.
MHa i 1
Printed All-wool Delaine
At 0 and SIX rents, i
Auction Lot All-wool Plaid
. At JJ and SIH oents. ,
French Chintzes, &c.
1 AtlS,aand2cents.
English and American Prints,
: ; (Fast oolors,) at 6M, 8, 10 and 12M cents.
We are also prepared to offer housekeepers great
Indnoements In Furnishing and Domestic Good,
Hosiery, Vnder-garoienta, Goods for Boys' Wear.&c.
A LOT OF BED-BLANKETS,
Very cheap, to olose ont. '
DELANO & GOSSAGE
74 Went Fourth-street.
OPPOSITE PIKE'S OPIBA-HOUBI.
LialStf J
R. C.& CO.
NEW BOOKS.
MISREPRESENTATION A Novel. B?
Anna H. Drory. author of" Friends and Fortune,"
"kaatbury." 8vo., paper, Price, M cento.
8ELF-HELP Wilh Illustrations of Charac
ter and Oondoot. By hamuel Smiles, author of
"The Life ol George Stephenson." I vol. 12mt.
Price, 71 cents.
FISHER'S SERMONS AND DISCOURSES.
Occasional Sermon and Addreiues. By Samuel
W. filter, i. D Presldeut of Hamilton College.
1 vol. 8,0. Prlie, S3.
FOOTFALLS ON THE BOUNDARY OF
ANOTBKB WOBLD-Wlth Narrative Illustra
tions. By Bobert Dale Owen. lvol. 12mo. I ',
THE PROFESSOR OF THE BREAKFAST
TABLB-Withthe Story of Iris. By Oliver Wen
Cell Holmes, author of "The Autocrat of the
Breakfast Table." 1 vol. 12mo. Price, (1.
SEVEN TEARS And other Tales. By Ju
lia Kavanaugb. 1 vol. 12mo., cloth, W cents; Svo.,
paper, 60 cents. t
GREAT FACTSA Popular History and De
scription of the most Bernard able Inventions dur.
the prenent century. 1 vol. 12mo. Price, f 1, -
BOW COULD HE HELP IT? Or, The
Heart Triumphant. By A 8. Boe, author of " I've
been Thinking," 4c. I vol. 12mo. Price, SI ii.
PETER THE GREAT. History of Peter the
Oreat, Emperor of Bosnia. By Jacob Abbott. 60c.
HOWITT'S HISTORY OF AMERICA. A
Popular Hletory of tbe Cnlted States of America,
from the Ditcovery of the American Continent to
the Present Time. By Mary Howttt. Illuntratetl
with numerous engraving. vols. llmo. 2.
THE SEA LIONS. By 3. Fenlmore Cooper.
Another of those beautiful volumes ot "Darley's
Cooper." 1 vol. Svo. Price, 81 60.
THE AMERICAN ALMANAC FOR 1880.
Price, $1.
TIIE TRIBUNE ALMANAC FOR 1860.
Price, IS cents.
Robert Clarke & Co.
55 West Fourth-street.
fjaaial ;
GREAT AND FINAL
Reduction
OF
Cloaks and Shawls
FOR THIS SEASON,
AT WILSON'S,
Ja31b
HO. r8 WH3T FOTJBTH-BTBEMT.
BKDTJOED TO
HALF-PRICE.
. . i
CLOAKS!
OP EVERT DESCRIPTION,
Reduced to Less than Cost!
AT ' s
WILSON'S,
No. 78 West Fourth-street
fjailbl
CONCENTRATED LET,
FOB MAKING SOAP,
$135 FEB DOZEN.
For sale by CALIB B. OBEKMK,
Mo. M East Pearl-street,
Jailc Cincinnati.
TTJDBONIAN FEMALE 8BMINABY,
v uerneai-piace, uovtngton, nr., retween xen'ii
and Eleventh-streets. The Eighth Besnlon of tbi,
Institution will commence on MONDAY, Januaty
10, 1660. u
HISS S. A. HAINES. PRINCIPAL.
Aaaisted by a full corps of Teachers. One hundred
puplle nave Deen enrollea the paat seoion. bllli
few more can be accommodated, For further par
ticular!, catalognea may be obtained by addressing
the Principal. j31bw
Tin-ware, Spouting, &o.
A, C. PARKY,
90. U VIHK-BTBE1T, NEAR FRONT,
CINCINNATI,
KEEPS ON HAND AND MANUFAC
TURES to order all varieties of Tin and Sheet,
iron Ware, Publio Lanterns, and other articlea In
hia line, manufaetuiea to order all varieties of AIh
talllc Boofliog. Tin, Copper and sheet-Iron. ,
Lantern (llaaa alwaya on baud.
. Order, from a distance promptly attended to.
A few Biotm on hand to dispose of obeap for cash.
Btove-plpe furnished anjnttup at abort notice.
a
NEW. ADVERTISEMENTS
MOUNT AUBURN
YotmK Ladies'
INST1TDTE
thesy Will, OPEN ITS EIGHTH
5ftir SESSION on MONDAY, Februarys, with
a full complement of able and efficient Teachers.'
The BIDING SCHOOL. heretoforeannounoed, will
be In full operation at that time, with tnoh a number
of Penlea as will aooommodate all who wish to
practice the healthful and elegant exercise of Horse
manship. ' ''- '
Omnlbnsee will, hereafter, take the pnpUt bom
their 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, U West Fourth
street. Jaani
GROVER & BAKER'S
OelelD mt&CL
i SHUTTLE AND FAMILY
SEWING MACHINES!
PRICES FROM 50 TO 9I2S.
West Fourth-st.
, jaTtf ",; ' . CINCINNATI.
PURE AIR1
New Mode of fentila iionl
Call and 8w One af
SAWYER &CO'S
P AIEUT
Heiting and Ventilating Furnaces,
,'. " In operation at
CHAMBER LAIN OOj'B
Blow Ware-rooms, Nos. 61 and fl Vint-st.
(Below Columbia.)
Sawyer & Oo.
noaavl
THfj GLADIATOR
GAS-BURNING, BM0KE-O0N8UMINQ
COAL COORIM! STOVE!
FOUR SIZES.
GST-Warranted to give satisfactlonEir
MANUFACTURED AND FOB. SALB BY
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.
Noa. 19 and 31 Bant 8econd.treet
Jal2tf
OIKOINNATI, OHIO,
Excelsior
PARAFFINE OILS!
FOB BURNING AND LUBRICATING,
Free from Offensive Odor, at
3NTO. 07
Walnut-street, Cincinnati, 0
WS INVITE A COMPARATIVE TRI
AL with any manufacturing establishment
n America.
mr We warrant our Oils to be eutial. If not sum
rlor. to any in the market.
sr We invite those in the city and vicinity to
call and examine for themselves.
MT So persons ordering from a distance, satis
faction guaranteed in all cases. Address
v, it. hamkin. Agent, or
A. G. HODUUn, Treasurer,
Kanawha 0:0. M. Oil Man.Oo.,
dea 97 Walnut-street, Cincinnati.
If You "Waixl;
Fine, Fat, Fruh Orsrins,
Magnum Bonnms, at his V bolesale and Be tall Oys
ter House,
253
253 233 253 253
' WAliNDT-HTstKET,
Fifth doo- hove Sixth, west slds.
;
noM
Solution Citrate of Magnesia
imTARRANTES TO KEEP ANY
w
length of time.
For sale In anv anantitr br
Ja9
B. W. cor. BlgMh-tit. and Weetorn-row.
Ai0itt buoq, uruggisi,
Brown's Bronchial Troches,
FOR THE ALLEVIATION Of BRON
CHITIS, Boarseneaa, Coughs, Asthma, Colds,
Catarrh, and all disorders of tbe Breath and Lungs.
For sale by ALBEBT BOSS, Druggist,
ja H. W. eor. Klahrh-st. and Weetern-row.
Havana Cigars.
A LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED
stock of the most favorite brands, just received
and for sale by ALBEBT BOOS, Druggist,
JeS B. w. cor. Eight -at. and Western-row.
COAL OIL At SO oents per gallon, and
warranted the best in the market, at
FKUOCHON'S,
jalS J ' ' f Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
THRESH BALTIMORE
OYSTERS Re-
... A . wonnunvia
jalB Uorner Minth and Vine-streets.
HAS A large and well-assorted stookof
"Fine Green and Black Tt-as" at
VBRtlTTSnN'R.
Jalg
Corner Flnth and Vice-streets.
Genuine Glycerine Lotion,
-AS PREPARED BY GEO. M.DIXON,
-ije.
skin.
cures chapped bands and roughness of the
auo, rromoies tne growta oi ine nair.
Jal7aw
N. It. cor, Fifth and Main-streeta.
Coal Oil
PURE COAL OIL FOR BURNING For
sale at manufacturer' prices. . .
(iKO. at DIXON. Druggist.
jalTaw N. K. cor. Fifth and Main-streets.
Hemp Seed.
BRLS. PRIMB SEED For sale by
alJ GEO. M DIXON. Druggist,
ja!7aw V. B. oor. Fifth and Main-streets.
Sage, Sage..
inn LBS' rRESlI SAGE For sale br
JHJJ QUO. M. DIXON, Druggist,
ja!7aw M. S. nor. Fifth and Maln-itreet,.
CHEESE, CHEESE. Just received, a
small supply of fresh English Stilton. English
Ghedder, Pineapple, Holland, Bap-sago and Parme
gan Cheese, For sale, wholesale and retail, by
A. MoDONALU A CO.,
lal U and Branch Store MS West Fourth-si.
FRENCH MUSTARD. J tut received, 48
dosen very superior Jltutard. For eale, whole
sale and retail, by A.MoDUNALD 4 00.,
Jal as and Branch Store w Weet Fourth-st.
E1RESH LOBSTERS AND 6ALMON
JL' ,
freak Lobetan and Salmon, direct from Eaarport.
Me., (Jumping off placo,) wltere tbe water la coolest
and the lUh the beat. For sale, wholesale and re-
Ull.by
a H.nnvirn. n
jte
M and Branch Store MM Weet Foorth-et.
TSaJEW YORK "HOMK
IN8URANOB
A.w COM PANT'
AOKNOY. Nawnort. K.
vouoies aarainn nre ana marine risen, capital.
V,ltl
ply to
irnce.
ort,TCr,
Jaltaia
pmai .vvaanaaiimr roi'un
a- lorxtn
atraet. Era port

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