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THE PRESS.
AIOY W. FBANUISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL.
ITOUAWnOFSItTOlS. .
MONDAY..
..JANUARY
Chivalry Wanted—The Wager of
Battle.
Those gentlemen who are oocnpying sofas lo
gorgeous lull In th Capital of the Nation
which proclaims itself the freest on earth talk
too much.
There are often some craven spirits who get
into ball play-grounds where the game of
"shinny" Is going on. Booh we have ever
fonnd to be ill-adapted to the plbce. This
leads as to observe that the true policy for
those who don't relish licks on their shins is
not to play shinny. Some fifty members of
Congress allowed themselves to be trepanned
into an nnwise indorsement of an electioneer
ing pamphlet whioh was gotten np and desigfiad
to be nsad to diminish the suooess In the ap
proaching oanvass of the Presidential candi
date to be snpportod by voters of the Southern
States. They took a prominent very exposod
position In the game of political shinny.
Thoy play this spirited game on loth lidc;
and each one should shinny on his own side.
Having entored the ground these gentlemen,
finding where they are, should cither slide out
or stand np either retire from the ring or
light it out. One portion of the gamestors
bluster about the grounds, as sauoy as can be,
threatening all kinds of trouncing to the other
party. This talk, talk, threat, threat, making
mouths, .bo., has been carried on longer, than
Western ball-players would have stood In our
Loyhood lime: some coats would have been
taken off, sleeves rolled np; many words, in-
doed, would not have passed, but a regular
.... ... 1.1 V I I A J LlJA?
oub-fcu nvuiu uBva wicu umw. a uen imuidv
of noses would have set in; a few of the sauci
est would have gone home to get rotten apples
to place on their eyes; and the game would
have gone on with remarkable spirit at once,
each side having some sense of manliness to
b J proud of. But this whinisg, dodging, tak
ing insults and no fighting, is a tamo, trifling
business. Evon a Congress of women wonld
have had a fight before this time, end after
tho scolding and scratching went on with their
work.
Congressmen refuse to organize, strangely
presuming that the duty of saving the conn
try devolves upon thorn. They are very much
mistaken. The people "we, the people"
made the Constitution, and are competent to
preserve it.
We don't care whom you select as Speaker
you aro not going to cheat us with bluster.
It does not depend upon a few Con
gressmen strutting in their brief authority,
whother tho poople shall entertain luoh and
BiK-h opinions, or choose a man from the North
or the South for President no party, no ma
jority, no section has any right to presume
(bat it can do any unjust thing. This Ameri
can people the sensible people of the States
North or South are determined to do and ex
act even-handod justice.
We speak for Western people and Western
members don't be spaniels be men gen
e 'ous, brave fighting men.
It seems that the dosks have been removed
from the Hall of Representatives just in time,
uad fitly for the purpose to which we propose
f put the opon space. The Helper's and
A ti-Helper's have talked enough. Now lit
us have the wager of battle a method abol
ished in England forty years ago.
The tonant in a writ of right offors to prove
his right by the body of his ohampion. He
throws down his glove as a gage or pledge,
aod thus wages or stipulates battle with the
champion of tho demandant, who, by taking
up the glove, accepts the challenge. Tbo
champions, armed with batons, cuter the lists,
and taking each other by the hand, qach
swears to the justice of tho cause of the party
for whom he appears; they then fight till the
stars appear, and if the champion of the ten
ant can defend himself till that lime, his cause
prevails.
Now, let us see some proof of pluck. We,
of the West, don't want a Speaker from our
section of the country, unless ho can defend
bis cause bravely fight for it, allow of no
insults. Let us have a night session. Let
Sherman enter the lists and if he can't "fight
till the stars appjar," lot bis. opponent take
possession of the Speaker's chair. If we have
io Western chivalry, we ought to hare no
Western Speaker.
The Joint Assembling of Assemblies.
are to have a grand Union Meeting in
this city on Thursday, of the General Assembly
of Tennessee, of Kentucky, and of Ohio. This
privilege is due to the completion of Railroads
and to the readiness we all have to grasp each
other by the hand. The good time coming,
we trust, is near upon us, when we can pro
claim that we have again "the era of good
feeling." Oar citizens heartily welcomo to
huokeye shores the people and people's repre
sentatives of Tennessee and Kentucky. The
visitors will see evidenced here that we truly
are brethren. They will observo that men,
women and children hold and nraotlee Union
sentiments. More than all, for it is the seoretof
all, our visitors and guests will judge for them
selves of the solidity of the greatness of a eilv
and a State, whioh have developed, under free
institutions, the powers and worth of the in
dividual man.
We eongratulate Kentucky and Tennessee
that their excellent railroad communication Is
complete, and we thank the steamboat mail
line, henee to Louisville, for their liberality
and generosity in extending the invitation
they have done, and to Mr; Clements, of the
railroad between this city and Columbus, for
the ready opportunity given to pass and re
pass the visitors who ere invited, on recom
lnendalion of Governor Dennison, to the Cap
ital or the State.
Lit the occasion of IhtaVnion meeting 1
one for a manifestation, on all bands, for
frank and cordial welooine to our bretbi
from the adjoining States.
The State has appropriated $5,000 to carry
cut neeaea arrangements, and the City Coun
ll will not stint in adequate expenditures.
The citizens have extended an invitation
to
the General Assembly of this State and exec
utive eillcers to unite with the guests in
municipal hospitalities.
Ex-Governor Chase.
We learn that Gov. Chase has purchased
residonoe near Loveland, Clermont County, (
(he line of the Little Miami Railroad.
The South-western Lunatic Asylum.
Hamilton County had imposed upon her by
the State the care, in the Cincinnati Commer
cial Hospital, of all the idiots of the State,
besides a large portion of her own lunatics.
The Central Lunatic Asylum could provide
accommodations for only twenty-two of our
lunatics. The additional asylums at Cleve
land and Dayton relieved na, each, of twenty-
two more, but that imposed upon us to take
care of the remainder of 223. The Directois
of the Infirmary refused to take into the Hos
pital any more new cues. Dr. Quito, Physician
to the Jail in 1852, was the author of a resolu
tion of Investigation, adopted soon sfter, at a
nr eeting of physicians at Mechanics' Institute.
Drs. Quinn, Dandrldge and David Judkint, a
committee of that meeting, reported to the
County Commissioners their views as to the
steps to be taken. At their instance the pa
tients were temporarily eared for at Dr. Mead's
private retreat for the insane. Dr. Quinn wss
direoted to fit np a building for a temporary
asylum for the ..county lunatics. This was
done at Lick Ban, and finally purchase was
made of the grounds near Carthage, for a
County Infirmary and Lunatic Asylum. The
effort made to ereot buildings was for a while
interrupted by notion of the Courts.
Hamilton County offiolals were diligent in
application to the General Assembly for per
mission to kosp sll of our own insane, and be
exempted from any State taxation for the sup
port of other Lunatio Asylums. Dr. Q., at
the request of the Chairman of the Senate
Committee on Benevolent Institutions, re
paired to Columbns, and, after some modifi
cations, the bill then prepared became the
law.
After buying extensive grounds, and, at
large cost, building the new asylum cellar walls
up to tho water-table course by the Commis
sioners, a contract for completion of tho
building was made with Wesloy M. Camera!,
whose bill will amount perhaps to $300,000.
Now, that we have expended nearly half a
million of dollars on this enterprise, to prop
erly care for those bereft of reason, tho State
should at least furnish the building, and re
imburse the $18,000 necessarily expended by
this year's care of lunatics, who would have
been in the sew asylum at this time, but that
the contract term to finish the building passed
before its completion.
Ve have the best County Lunatic Asylum
perhaps in the world. We have a competent
Superintendent in Dr. O. M. Langdon, and
capable Trustees to manage the same. We
look for a generous policy toward us on tho
part of the Stato.
Legislature.
A joint committee of both Houses of the
General Assembly of Ohio has been sppointed
to oxtond an Invitation to the Legislatures of
Tennessee nod Kentucky, to visit Columbus.
The sum of $j,0U0, to pay expenses, was ap
propriated. Tho law will pass authorising County
Auditors to make out for the Auditor of Stale
an abstract instead of complete copies of the
Real Estate Duplicate.
The House became so wearied with the sub
ject, much discussed, of the amount proper to
oe paia tor priming in uoiumous papers dally
reports of the proceedings, laid the whole
matter over to 1st of March.
The Senate has agreod to a law requiring
Sheriffs and Coroners to keep a foreign Execu
tion docket. The bill to authorize the City
Coanoil of Hamilton to bor.'ow nionoy to pay
tho debts of the city was, after report of
Judge Key, indefinitely postponed while a
discussion ensued thereon, when the report
was re-consldcred and laid on the table
Small Pox ih Nbw Bsukswick St. John,
New Brunswick, papers of the 5th Inst., state
that the small pox is raging there. The Nhct
says ihore ere twntv-two cases in the Old
Poor House Building, among men. women and
children, all of whom are in the most wretched
state of poverty and suH'arine, and comnlotclv
cut from the rest of the world.
Legislature. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Sunday Evening's Dispatches.
Washington News.
Washington, January 22. Official dis
patches have been received from Vera Cruz,
confirming tbe newspaper accounts of victories
by the Liberals.
The advices received thero from England
are favorable to the recognition of the Juarez
Government, which is expected toon to take
place, and, together with President Buchanan's
recommendation relative to Mexican affairs,
bightened the hope of the Liberals of a com
plete success, and produced a corresponding
depression among the reactionists.
Tho Mexican Cabinet, however, do not think
it will become necessary to call for the aid of
American troops for the contingency suggested
by Mr. Buchanan.
A number of military men have written to
Washington as lo tho truth of the report that
the Juarez Government has invited voluntoers
from the Unitod States. There is no official
authority to sustain, nor would they be sc
oop ted, without the concurrence of our Gov
ernment. The armed men and others who are prepar
ing to go South may have other schemes in
view, or be in expectation for a call for thoir
services in Mexico, as the protest of Mr.
MoLane, against tho Tanealtaya massacre
met with no response from Mirainonj so the
protest of tho latter, againat the recognition of
the Juarez Qouernment, will receive no ollloial
notice from our own.
The official advices from Vera Cruz men
tions nothing about the coming of tho Fronch
and Spanish fleets. Looking to tho present
unsettlod condition of Europe, no Interference
from that quarter is apprehended as the re
port emanated from the French Legation, as
did the former one. It is looked upon as part
of the polioy of Oiibrlie, the French minister,
to encourage the re-actionists at the expense
of the Liberals.
A curious state of affairs in the City of
Mexioo is noticed. Formerly only prominent
Liberals were imprisoned there, but now ultra
Reactionists are similarly punished, owing to
their respective political opinions.
The Postmaster General has Issued an or
der to Postmasters in California to transmit
overland all letters not marked with tbe words
"By Steamer," to or from St. Louis and Mem
phis. The semi-weekly lines to New Orleaos
by way of San Antonio, which is weekly, the
postago is threo oentj on a single letter, the
distanoo betweon these points being under
3,000 miles.
The Baton Rouge ffuseMe says that resolu
tions are to be presented to tbe Legislature of
Louisiana, proposing a conference of Southern
States in relation to commercial non-inter,
course with the Stales of the North.
Mr. Rcalf has been before theSmaU Brown
raid investigating committee to-day. He tes
tified that Senator Wilson wrote a letter to Dr.
Home in 1737 or 1368, stating that he learned
from Mr. Forbes that Brown was about to
make a raid in some of tbe Southern States,
for tbe purposo of liberating slaves, and that
be wonld use money furnished him by parties
in Massachusetts for his Kansas work to aid
him in his new prcjeot, aod that In bis ( Wil
sons) opinion, it was madness in Brown to at
tempt such a thing, and that he (Howe) must
withdraw all means furnished or intended to
be furnished him for tervioes in Kansas, If they
were to be applied in the manner indicated by
Forbes.
Realf testifies that Howe lost ft copy of
Wilson's letters to Brown, informing the latter
that tbe arms and money which had been
furnished him for the settlers of Kansas,
would be withdrawn in consequence of the
revolalions made by Forbes throngh Wilson,
that Brown became enraged and abandoned
them for a while, but some time subsequently
pursued some pro-slavery men into Missouri
and carried baok with him several slaves.
Senator Wilson was notified to-day by Sen
ator Mason that Realf had alluded to him In
bis testimony, and notified Wilson he should
be present on Monday and read the testimony
of Realf conoerning his (Wilson's) correspond
ence with 11 owe, and rar.se euon explanations
as he pleases.
B. 1). Newton, a member of the National
Aid Committee, referred to in Araey's testi
mony, arrived here to-day, and will be tbe
next witness after Realf and Wilson. Realf
will not implicate any member of the Repub
lican party in New England, although there
are persons belonging to other organizations
whioh may be slightly compromised.
Arrival of the Edinboro.
Niw Yobk, January 22. The steamship
EdMoro arrived this morning. News anticipated.
Railroad Accident.
New Yore, January 22. The New Haven
train whioh left this city yesterday P. M.,
met with a serious acoident near Milford.
The axle of the driving-wheol broke, and tbe
tendor and track were thrown from the track
and broken. The express baggage ear was
turned upside down aoroas the traok, although
there were nlno gontlomen in it, only one, Mr.
Maddigan, the Express Agent, was injured,
and he but slightly. Tbe first and seoond
passenger cars were thrown off the track, and
the former thrown down an embankment.
No one in them seriously hurt. The others
stood on the track. There were two hundred
and fifty passengers on tbe train whioh was
running thirty-two miles an hour, and their
escape from serious injury wag almost miraculous.
Strike of Printers.
Naw Yobk, January 22. We understand
tho German printers in this city have joined
the Printers' Union, and, falling to obtain the
regular rate for composition, have left off work
in the German job, book and newspaper offices,
except the Daily Dcmokrat.
River News.
Lobisvim., January 22 P. M. River fall
ing, with eleven feet in tbe Canal and eight
feet steamboat wator on the Falls.
Pittsbcbo, January 22 P. M. Uiver
eight feet by the pier-mark, and rising.
Weather clear and pleasant.
LAW REPORT.
COMMON PLEAS.
Thb Unitarian Cbxbch Satosdav's Pao
crtBiitus. Wm. Wis well vs. the Trustees of tbe
Wirat Congregational Church. V Before Judge Col
lins. Mr. Hos? whs call imI to tho stand, and his cross
examination procoededwitb.
11 Was it a requisition In tho selection of Tnw
tess that the parties should be pew-holders or
owner?
A.-l understood It was a iinnllflcatlon
Q Did youuver own a pew in tbe Universalis
Church 1
A .1 think I was a pew-renter there a great inany
years ago.
(J. Did ron belong to that Church ?
A. No; I did nut make a pretension of their fiillb.
bnt believed iu many of their doctrines, I dlftereil
from their doctrine at that day, e 1 understood It, in
relation to tbe subject of universal salvation without
rotribution. Tue majority of that Church, I sup
posed, believed In this: I believed in retribution.
it. flo you know of an instance In wbirh lsdies
were permitted to vote at tho first Congregational
Cnun li?
A. I believe since this difficulty occurred.
((.Was a taper alluded to on this trial called "The
Immort il Thirteen," (tot up to obtuin signatures to
Invite Mr. Conway to leave?
A If was apaprnddrossed to tho Board of Trus
tees to call a meeting to consider tbo propriety of re
taining Mr. Conway. Jit is ou the record here iu
Court.
(Witness then resd the piper. It stated that tbe
signers thereto, widely dillerlng from Sir. (Jonwey
on his views of Christian truth, and believing that
hit Influence over them for g"od as a clergyman and
pastor was at aw end, respectfully requested that the
trustees would coll a meeting of the society to con
sider the propriety of a change foranotbor pastor, It
was signed by nine pew-owners and four pew
renters. J
W hen this paper wns handed to the Trustee! thoy
met together and invited the attendanoe of Mr. Con
way. Q. Did you seo the paper presented to anybody for
signature?
A. Mo; and my Impression Is, I never saw It until
It reached me olilcially, though, possibly, I mar.
Oj. Was not Mr. Con whs-In the habit of calling
uttention, in his church, to the Livermire Creed, as
a test by which the parties wero to be judged on the
qtiostionof membership?
A. I think in the early part of his minlstrntlon be
did so on ono occasion, as bo did administer (he
Lord's Supper; but I think when he dropped one he
dropped the other,
(.Did lie over announce a disinclination to ad
here to it.
A. Hot in direct terms; but many of the views, In
relation to the Scriptures, with which he started
here, ho departed from afterward.
(J. Did the Trustees otliclally notiry Mm that he
wm departing from bis faith?
A. Not that J inoivof. At the meeting to which
be was invited his views nnd oninlons wArn rlismetri.
cally dissented from. He declared then bis belief in
tatnilsm; ana i think hia expression was that a man
could no moretrfluonce his action than the leopard
could idmugo his spots. That ho was the creature of
his own impulse. The Sickles tragedy at Washington
bad occurred shortly before, and tho question was put
whether Mr, Pickles could not hare avoided the
killing of Mr. Key, and Mr. Conway roplied, that he
most certs inlv could not. Someone then made the
inquiry whether Mr. Key could not have avoided the
seduction of Sirs. Sickles, and I do not recollect the
reply.
air. Corwlne You did not maho the distinction
that one of these impulses could be controlled aud tbe
other not.
S tness we hold that both conid be controlled if
the party is subject to Christian influences.
U. If tblsCbiiroh was sold and the proceeds di
vided between the two segments, do you believe it
would restore harmony to the Church?
A.-x miua tne conuii ion or tbe uiiurch, whether
they hold tbo charter or not. would bo ininruveil.
When we are ilonouncod by one Party in the Church
as flllibustors because we claim thombttoassnrtotir
opinions, I think it is time tbo church property
ought to bo divided.
Dir. Kehler re-examlncd the witness on tho direct,
and placed in his hands a Dumber of "The Dial,''
a magazlue edited by U. U. Conway, and, hari'g ill-
recicu uis Huomiun 10 an article meioiu, inquired II
it e repressed tbe opinions of Air. Conway.
The witness thought it did.
Mr. CkHivine ionuired whether thowitneH knAw
who the author was, and was answered in tbe nega
tive.
Tho
ho examination of this closed, and the Cour t
adjourned.
vBiuiNAi, hide The state vs. John Clawson. Sir.
Kerr oner.ed tliA arffnmant. tnr the PtnrA. mil was
followed by Judge JVtnden fortbe prisoner. Judge
Johnston and Mr. Gains will address the Jury on
juuuuay.
PROBATE COURT.
Emancipation: Etha Llndy Paralow, aged
eighteen years; Martha Johnston, aged thirty-five
years, and Charles Heniy Kiae, axed eleven years,
ell ninlattoes, late tbe slaves of, I. W. Johnson,
of Mew Orleans, were emancipated in this Court.
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Daguorrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Eannaford's
drag-store. Pictures taken and nt in good eases
for twenty cents. Warranted to please.
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MARRIED.
8PENOER BBADLEV On the lVlli Inst., by the
Re. K. Newton, D,D.,JHectnror St. Paul's Church,
Philadelphia, sir. Wm. F. Spencer, of this oily, and
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NEffF-On Friday afternoon, January SO, at five
o'clock, William, son of Peter and Barali A, ftiu',
aged twenty-three months and t wenty days.
MORTON Tn Newport, Kv., January IS, of brain
fever, Mary Matilda Morton, aged two years two
months aud twelve days, youngest child of Kllta C.
and Willis Morton, jr.
COLES Oa Friday morning, January 20, at half-
Cast eleven o'clock, of consumption, Miss Mettle O.
oles, daughter cf Abraham and Emily Coles, aged
nineteen years and two months.
McFABLAN On Friday morning, January 20,
after a short illness, James O., eldest son of James
and Kate D. JUofarlaa, in the fourteenth year pf
his age. . ,
KORHBLETH On Friday,' January 20, at four
o'clock A. 11., Uorlta Kornbleth, aged forty-six
years.
GILI, On Friday doming, January 20, Stllle
Worthlngtou, child of Dixon L. and Adeline (Jill,
aged two years and eleven months.
MALLORT On tbe morning of the 22d Inst.,
Mrs. Bettie Dudley, wife of Wm. L. llallory, iq.,
and seoond daughter of Ool. John W.Dudley.
The funeral set vices will be held at Union Chapel
this day, (Monday) precisely at two o'clock P. II,
Friends of the family are invited to attend.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
V. M. II. USSMUTM
Lecture.
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(OF BlUniiOKD, YA.) -
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Tuesday Evening, Jam 21.
SMITH & NIXON'S HALL.
Oar Admission, 2.1 cents. Doos open at 7 o'clock.
Lecture to commeoce at 8 o'clock. JaJL
HER HOW'S SEMINAKY.
The Thirtv-flrst Semi-Annnal Exhibition
ot ttie Literary Societies of lierron's Seminary will
takt place at Smith & JXixon's Hall, on WilliNES.
DAY EVENING next, January W.
Tbe young gentlemen will strive to please their
friends, and will be glad to see them all there. ja20e
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IP 'A. fin closes with the s.mi-annnal Exatnina
tion on TUUKSDA Y and FBIDAY, the 2iith and 27th
lusts. Examinations of classes m mmenco nt iii A.
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Tbe Second Term begins on MONDAY, the SMh
Inst. One session dally, commencing at iii A. M,;
closing nt IX P. M.
For further information, or for admission, apply at
the Pnsidont'solHco.No. 6 College Building, between
8 A. M. and 3 P, M.
j23c-eod BOBT. ALLYN, President.
Buckeye Ointment,
AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY FOB,
PILES, prepared from tho Buckeye, or Horse
Chestnut. The great reputation which the Buckeye,
or Horse Chestnut, has obtaiiiodlins a remedy for
Piles, induced one of our most eminent physicians
to prepare an Ointment, composed of an extract of
the nut, combined with other octivo remedial agents,
for t he core of this painful aud troublesome disease.
II is opportunities for testing its merits having been
unusually extensive, he found its effects to exceed
oren bis most sanguine expectations, produolng In
all casos most speed; aud perinanen t cures, even after
all utlior remedies had failed either to rilieve or
cure.
For the purposo of extending its benefits to all who
are suffering with Piles, either of recent origin or of
long standing, he ha. kindly furnished ns with the
recipe, aud all tho necessary information for its pre
paration. Having every confidence in its powerful
punitive properties, we offer it to the afflicted aau
scientlficeonibinution which can not fail to be of tbe
most essential benefit to all who are suffering with
Hemorrhoids or Piles in any form.
Forsale by BUIKB, ECKSTEIN & CO.,
jnsflc Opposite the PostolHes.
Port Wine.
WE HAVE JOST RECEIVED A FEW
casks of very superior Port Wine, which we
can recommend for Medicinal purposes. For sale by
SUIliB, ECKSTEIN & CO ,
J23e Opposite the PostoBice.
Sirup of the Hypo-phosphites.
WHTCHESTER'3 OTNUINE PREP A -UATION
of the Hypoplioephltes cf Lime
and Seda, made from tho original formula of Dr.
Cbuichlll, of Paris, for the prevention and cure of
Consumption, Debility, Dyspepsia, Bronehltls and
Mervous Diseases. For tale by
BUIBB, ECKSTEIN as CO.,
JaSSo Onnosito the Postoffloe.
Quintessence of English Garden Lav
ender Flowers.
ONE OF THE MOST DELICATE AND
refreshing Perfumes in use. For sale by
SU1BE. ECKSTEIN b CO..
Ja?3c
Opposite the Postofflce.
BR. BARBER'1 RELIEF cures all
Pain. Tiy it. . All Druggists Agents, jattaff
TTJST RECEIVED CONTINENTAL
S.JF Sauce. Vidoz. nlnts an 1 half nints:
Cnniinental Sauce,') gallon jugs;
Continental Sauce, in five-gallon kegs, The
above sauces are equal to Worcestershire.
Li'inid Rnnit,ISdoz. hair-pints;
Soluble la) en no, i2doz. half.plnls;
French Mustard, SO dot. Jars;
French tlustard, 10 five-gallon kegs. For sale,
wholesale and retail, by JOHN BATES,
jaJS National Theater Building, Bycamore-st.
OLD COFFEES JUST RECEIVED 75
pockets extra Old Government Java Coffee: 10
ha'f-bnlos ettra old JUucba Oolfra. For sale, whole
sale nnd retsil, by A . HclioN ALD A CO.,
jaZl m and Branch Store 21V West Fonrth-st,
SUPERIOR TEAS JOST RECEIVED
IS half-chf sts Fine Cnrions Oolong; 5 half-chesta
Gun powder; S half-cbests Imperial. Fot sale, whole
sale and retail, by A. McDONALD A CO.,
ja23 Mi nnd Branch Store 249 West Fonit h -st.
SPICES JUST RECEIVED rURE
Ground Cinnamon, Allspice, Cloves, Ginger.
Mace, io. Forsulo, wlijlsa! and retail, by
A. MCDONALD A CO.,
Jaffl 8 and Branch Store 249 West Fourth-it.
NEURALGIA CURED by Dr. Barber's
Instantaneous Belief. Try It all who suffer
(jaw)
rxjisoajeTiA.Kr
FEMALE SEMINARY,
("1AHNEAL PLACE, COVINGTON, K.Y.,
J between Tenth and Kleventh-streets.The
Eighth Hu'inn of this institution will commence
on MONDAY, January 80, lstio.
MISS S. A. UAlNES, PRINCIPAL,
Assisted by a full corps of Toachcrs. One hundred
pupils have been enrolled tbe past session, Still a
low more tan Im accommodated, For further par
ticulars, catalogues may bo obtained by addressing
the Principal. . ja2l bw
NEW YOBK "HOMH INSURANCE
COMPANY" AQESCY. Newport. Ky.-For
polloles against Bra and mirlne links. Capital.
jallatn' Xork street, MewporVKy,
.
NEW M)VERTISEMENTS
Special 4tteiition !
PBIOES MARKED DOWN.
DELANO &G0SSAGE,
"West jTWrth-st.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
PARIS NOVELTIES!
RICH STYLES VELVET CLOAKS
CLOSING-OUT SALES
SHAWLSfSHAWLS!
PLAID WOOL SHAWLS,
At $i, worth $5.1
REVERSIBLE SIHWLN!
At 93 nnd 84, Worth $5 and 97.
Super Double-faced Shawls,
At 5, Worth $10.
IMPERIAL WOOL SHAWLS,
At 85 oiid $6, worth SIO and $12.
EVENING SHAWLS,
. At $3 nnd $4, worth $0 and $8.
GREAT REDUCTION IN
Plain and Printed Merinoes,
PRINTED WOOL DELAINES,
RICH FIGURED SILKS,
French Embroiderie .
A LOT OF
BED BLANKETS,
; VKltY LOVVi TO VhOHE OUT. -
DELAND & COSSACE,
74 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
jaMtf
IMPORTANT TO THE AFFLICTED
Old sflros cured liy Dr. Harbor's He lief From All
Pain. Alldealera sell it.
ja23aw J. 1). PAUK, Agont.
Over Forty Different Styles
AND VARIETIES
-Off THK
Celebrated
OLD DOMINION
Ml
Aro now manufactured tinder the patent for the
United fitatss by ABTHUB, DUJ1NBAM ft OIL
ROY, Philadelphia.
JOS. It. GREENE,
GENEBAL WEBTEltN AQKNT,
No. 21 Fearl-st. and N. E. cor. Bmlth and Fifth.
SH Selli at Manufacturers' prices. Send forclr
clars. jn2ltf
Tin-ware, Spouting, &c.
A. C. PAEEY,
KO, 30 YIHE-STKEET, HEAB FBOMT,
CINCINNATI,
KEErS ON EAHD AND MANUFAC
TUBKi to order all varieties of Tin and Sheet,
iron Waro, Public Lanterns, anil other articles in
his line. Manufactures to order nil varieties oi IJo
tallia Rootling, Tin, Copper and tjlieet-iron.
Lantern Glass always on hand.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
A few Stoves on hand to dispose of cheap for cash.
Btove-plpe furnished and put np at short notice.
IJiaitfl
CONCENTRATED LEY,
FOB MAKING SOAP,
$135 PER DOZEN.
For sale br CALEB B. OEEENE,
No. 21 East j?earl-stre6t,
j21o Cincinnati. '
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
The co-partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, In tbe Heal Estate and Brokerage
?"Inf"',l,'tlisi day dissolved by mutual consent.
J. ii.Slddall wllI settle the outstanding business of
the firm, and also continue tbe busini as.
. .. OHARLKS O. PATTON,
January 17, 1860. JOHN B. EIDDALIi.
Solution Citrat o of Magnesia
WARRANTED TO KEEP ANY
length of time. Inr sale In any quantity by
ALBKItT BOSS, Druggist,
J9 8. W. cor. Kiitr-th-st, and Westorn-row.
Brown's Bronchial Troches,
FOR THE ALLEVIATION OF BRON
OH1TIS, Hoarseness, Oonghs, Asthma, Oolds,
(Jnlarrn, and all disorders of tho Breath nnd Lungs.
For ealeby AL.UBUT BOSS, Trngglst,
JaS 8. W. cor. KthHi.st. and Wstn-rnw.
Havana Clears.
A LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED
stock of the most favorite brands, just recelred
and for sale by A LBS lit BOaB. Druggist,
ju S. W. cor. Kighttt-st. and Wostetu-reW.
Genuine Glycerine Lotion,
AS PREPARED BY GEO. M. DIXON,
cures chapped hands and roughness of the
n...... I'.uiuuioi mo sruwin vi ue unir
jal7aw
ujsy. n. IUAUN. Druggist,
U.K. but. Fifth and Main-streeU.
Coal Oil.
PURE COAL OIL FOR BURNING For
sale at manufacturer' prices.
OKO. M I.IXON, Prngrist,
Jal7aw K. E. cor, filth and Main-streets.
Hemp Seed.
OPi BRLS. PRIMP BRED For sale Iv
Mf QUO. M DIXON, Druggist.
Jl7aw W. 1C. cor, fifth and Maiu-streets.
Sage, Sage.
QiflA M3- REStI SAGE For sale by
.vTV OKO-M. DIXON, Dmgglst,
Ial7w V. K. tor. Fifth and M.ln-streets.
COAL OIL At 90 oants tier gallon, and
warranted the best in the market, at
, , ... FUBGCHON'U,
Ja8 Corner Vlnthjuid Vlne stroett.
FMES1I BALTIMOXlt; O V8TER8 Re
ceived every day at FEItQUSON'S,
jalS Oornar Ninth and Vine-streets.
jnitAS A large and well-assortoii stock of
"Fine Green and BUt hints" at
I'KRnnsnN'R.
Ja!t
Corner ninth snd Vice-streets.
JOHN SOUDER'8 BEST SUGAR-CURED
. Uama and Beef at - OOLTEiVS
JalS Nos. Sl and mrfaln-street
OPIOED SALMON" AND SMOKED UAL
?JBUral COLTKIV8
J13 Nos, 319 nnd S21 Main-street.
o
LD JAVA COJfs'EK AT
OOLTBR'U
Moa. 319 end S2I stain-street.
jalS
J, J. BUTLER'S
Gxceltlor Fluid Iiikn.
Manufactory, tf Vino st U
IMMFJ811JCR1JH!
TEAPOTS
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
TfoUJIT A UBfJRN
. Young Ladies'
ffcrge fflU OPEN IT3 EIGHTH
BfcSe? HUSSION on MOMDAT, February 6, with
a full complement of able aud efficient Teachers.
The BIDING BOHOOL.horetoforeannonnoed,!!!
he in full operation at that time, with such a number
of Poole as will accommodate all who wish to
practice the healthful and elegant exercise of Horse
manshlp.
Omnibuses will, hereafter, take the pupils from
their residences in any part of the oltyeach morning-,
and return them after school-hours. All who wish
to avail themselves of this privilege will please make
early application to I. H. WHITB, 14 West Fourth,
street. je9am
GREAT AND FINAL
Reduction
-OF-
Cloaks and Shawls
FOB THIS SEASON,
AT WILSON'S.
j21b
KO. T8 WEST FOPBTH-BTBKKT.
REDUCED TO '
HALF-PRICE.
CLOAKS!
OF EYEItY DESCMPTIM,
Reduced to Less than Cost!
-AT-
WILSON'S,
No. 78 Wat Fourth-street
' IJa21b1
GROVER & BAKER'S
OelolD totted
SHUTTLE AND FAMILY
1
rtHIUKS r HUM 50 TO f 135.
West Fourth-st.
jartr
CINCINNATI.
PURE AIR!
New Mode of foiitilarionl
ssasssksas) j
Cull and Sat Ou oT
SAWYER & CO'S
PATENT
Heitlng and Ventilating Furnaces,
In operation at
CHAMBERLAIN CO'S
Ston Wars-rooms, Nos. 1 and SS Vlna-st.
(Eelow Columbia.)
Sawyer & Co.
' noaty '
THE UlAUJaATUK
OAS-BURNINO, SMOKE-CONSUMING
COAL COOKING STOVE !
FOUR SIZES.
arWarranteil to give satlsfaotlon.o
M ANI7FACT VHED AND FOR SALE BY
CM1PBELL, ELLISON & CO.
Nos. 19 and 21 East Second-street,
Jamf CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Exoelsior
PARAFFINE OILS!
FOR BURNING AND LUBRICATING,
Free from Offeusive Odor, at
NO. 97
Walnut-street, Cincinnati, O
WE INVITE A COMPARATIVE TRI
AL with any manufacturing establishment
n America.
nr We warrant onr Oils to be equal, If not snpa
tior,toanv in the market.
" We invite those in the oltf and Yiolnltv to
call and examine for themselves.
sr Bo persons ordering from a distant, satis
faction gnarantoed In all cases. Address
If. tt. HAMK.IN, Asrent, or
. A, G. HODUKrf, Treasurer,
Kanawha 0. 0. 11. Oil Man. Co., -de23
97 Walnnt-street, Cincinnati,
ifTTou Want
Hasnnm Bonnms. at bis 1 bulesale ms nt.n n...
ter House,
253 253 258 253 253
WAliN OT. HTttEET.
no29 filth diw 'hove BUI t), west side.
Gifts! Gifts! Gifts!
G-KBAT
GIFT BOOK SALE
AT NO. 28 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
. . . ? V 5S' n.r? M-roa's Hall, Olnetanatl,
Ohio. A splendid Gift, worth from Ml oents to S 10b!
will be given with every book for which wo receive
one dollar and upward at the time of sale.
Gifts oonslst of Gold and Slvnr Watches. Ladles'
Solid Oold Oh. ns, splendid set of JowelryTnShl
Bracelets, Gents' tied Vest-chains, and a largeva
MoraSf to 'w rlch Jlwe,r-'' rli from
A. A. KELLEY,
Publisher and Gift Bookseller,
noil-lf Mo. West Tonrtb. street
minions,
FLOWEE8
Feathers and Winter Milliner),
Terr description, whioh I ass selling at a am
anc on Hew Tork prloes, whol scale and retail,
J. WKBB, Jr.,
aot 194 Mt, b. Sacs and Bla,

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