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THE PRESS.
.vn' w. riuNcisoo. joiih d. caldwell.
ipitom and reoraiSTOBj.
KAl'l 11UAY.
JANUAUV as
The Reception of Sovereign State
officials.
Ohio net the emergency which, provi
dentially, called upon bar jxoplo .to Itgoive
Xbt embodied repreiontation. of three sover
olgu States. She cqultted ' herself of the
trust by manifesting her truo oharioter, by
the removal from the broad open theater
where her roU was played, all of those
propertiei and altge machinery, and tricks
and Bhiimt of intra partisans and poli
ticians. For the first lime an observing peo
ple have been permitted to sea a sister pooplo
i'reo from the intervention of eaucaa. Ihe
sneaking, supercilious flatterer, the dema
gogue, bad this time, in Ohio, no opportunity to
beguile, to traduce, or to envenom. Men
wi'.li their wives and daughters, men that
were chcted, not those to be elected, men ef
both parties, meu, women, and parties of two
BlatJJ, and snob men and Bach women from
to such Slate, made Ohio & vleit.tnade a call
at tho door of the BUte, wore admitted to its
interior, to the political oapit&l, to the oommer
eial capital of a sister St a to. Two Slave States
were the unexpected guests of e Free State;
two almost alienated people wore reconciled
by a ready and a certain process of nuking &
morning visit, and, finding eaoh other in their
homo ovcry-day dross and heart. Kentucky
aaJ Tennessee have found Ohio a frank open
hearted generous 'people. If this lesson is
pro pot improved, it will result in a thoroogh
love of each other, and a aiutual repudiation
of political caucuses and selfish politicians,
We Want a Cincinnatus.
"When great impending danger shook
In tutu, old liome dictators took
Judiciously Tram plough."
Tho American people have no dictators.
They dictate for themselves. They sometimes,
honover, fait asleep, and usurpers direct or
rather nii&diroct tho management of their
affairs. Politicians, mere self-aggrandiiers,
hive made the psoplo of the United States
fearful of impending danger. The timely
ahrm of the people at the infidelity of rulers
and actional ists has caused a people's awaken
ing. Tho people now demand for guardians', not
Ears politicians, but true statesmen, men
Bnuftd to wiles and artifices, but familiar with
the people's interests. In the coming contest
for government of all the States, let one be
chosen President, judiciously, from the plough
The Era of Good Feeling.
The indorsement Ohio has just mado of a
provUcntinl movement by which tho repre
sentatives of tho people of two States have
visited a sister State, to see in person their
lTnlcm demonstrations, has caused New Tork
to invite the Ganeral Assembly of Kentucky,
Tennessee and Ohio to visit the Empire State;
and Tennessee is to leave for Frankfort to-day
on invitation of Kentucky, Kentucky and
Tcunensee have also invited the Government
of Ohio to visit their capital. Don't this
mo: a something favorable to Union ?
The Speaker.
Wo are to have a Speaker. We are to have
i vi who is not an extreme partyman. Mr. i
Win. N. H. Smith, of North Carolina, an
Atnariaan Whig, or lion. Thomas Gorwin, of
Ohio, American Republican, will be chosen.
An interesting dispatch shows that Smith
lacked but throe votes of an election over
ShjrinaQ. dive us a Speaker who reflects
tlii prevailing sentiment of the people.
The Good-by.
The sentiment of Cincinnati toward her
gnc: ts, expres'ed in a lino, is a hope that
their stay here niy bs protraetod and pleas
ant, and that they may have a safe return
homo. The result of their visit is above poli
tics. It is social, economical and highly
patriotic.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1ST SESSION.
WASHINGTON, January 27.
(vitiate not in session.
HOUSE. Mr. Adrian eanaed to bo read a
priraph from the Now York Tribune, in
vliicb it said that Messrs. Horace F. Clark,
ltis, Adrain, Eiiggt and Dnvis, of Indiana,
iverB c'tcted with tbe aid of Kepublioan votes,
iviih Ihc understanding that they would aa
ha ltopublicani in the organization of
the House. . -
Uo said that he would not engage in a per
ianal controversy with an oditor. Be had
gretit rcspeot for Mr. Greeloy, and considered
that he had been misinformed by some evil
disposed party. There was not a particle of
truth in the Trillins' statements. He had
mado no Buoh plejge, was under no such ob
ligations as were implied In that statement,
but nevertheless he could imagine a contin
gency when the interests of the country, and
his own sense of duty, might compel him to
unite with the Republicans In affecting an
organization.
Alossra. Davis, of Indiana, and Riggs, also
denial the truth of the Tribene't statements.
On motion of Mr. Maynard, tbe House pro
cooiiod to ballot for Speaker.
Tbe House voted for Speaker amid much
toiremont, the South Americans voting for
Smith, of North Carolina. Various Demo
crat!, now seeing there was a prospect of an
election, changed their votes to him. Some
mala explanations to tho effect that they
wanted to promote harmony in tha contest.
There was frequent applause, and markod at
tention was paid on all sides.
Sfossrs. Morris, of Pennsylvania, Milward,
Nixon, Seranton, Wood, who had voted here
i Urt for Sherman, now voted for Smith. Be
fore the result was announced there was a
change in tbe current of the feel in 2.
Mr. John Cochrane rose to give his reasons
why he could not vote for Mr. Smith. Sev
eral gentlemen endeavored to deprive him of
i he floor by raising point of order on him.
In conclusion Mr. Coohrane changed his vote
for Mr. Millson. He could vote for none but
a Deiooorat. Other explanations were made
'7 iMmnerata for change of their votes for
Mr. Smith.
Mr. MeClernand said as it was now in the
(iowerof the Democratic party proper to elect
Mr. Smith, he would chanira his vote for him.
and expressed the hope that the Democracy of
' " "vam uiia ineir I u jijjurt.
Mr. Hocock wae always willing to unite on
nor sound man, and changed his vote to him.
Other Democratic changes were made, ac
companied by oceasional remarks, some say
ing thoy desired to give peace to the country
rnJ strike a blow at the irrepressible conflict,
preinrnng a national wnig to a sectional lie
pablloan.
Mr. Morris, of 111., said if his vote eould
elect Mr. smith, he weald not give it
t&er exclamation! were favorable to
ebangins; for Mr. Smith. Intense interest
was expreaeed throughout the proceedings.
More short speeches were mado.
Mr. Cobb made humorous speech by way
of exhortation to hi dissenting political
friend to oome up to the support of Smith.
He called attention to tbe fact that men of all
parties voted for him. If the gentlemen did
not avail themselves of the proeent opportu
nity they never would come nearer electing a
nominee who was opposod to the Bepublioana.
, Mr. Rulun.as tho only man stand ing aloof
from the Southern jthilanx, voted, after an ex
planation from Mr. Smith,saylng he had been
encourgaged by his Northern Democratic col
leagues to do so. Other explanations followed.
Messrs. English and Niblack voted for Smith,
as the contest was narrowed down between a
Kepublioan aad an American. v .,
, Mr. Morris, of III., wanted Mr. Smith to say
for himeelf whether he repudiated the doctrines
of the Know Nothings.
Several Democrats stated that they had
heard this' fact from his own lips.
Mr. Burnett thought they ought to let pa
triotism be above party at this otitis.
Mr. Morrii wanted Air, South to answer the
ijuastion. .
Mr. C Icinens and others others objected to Mr.
Smith's responding. Mr. Smith wanted a man
to gg into the Chair uutrammelied us a fair aud
benefit man. Other votes were changed, and
reoted with appUuse.
Mr. Morris, of 111., finally came over to Mr.
Smith, being Satisfied be was not a Know
Nothing. Tremendous applause. Severnl
-lher Democrats changed, amoog them John
Cochrane, who had learned that Mr. Smith
ever was a member cf a Knov Nothing
Lodge, but ho was aa Old-line Whig, and a
representative of national principles. Ap
plause The interest increased as the House
neared an election.
' Mr. Barr changed bis vote to Smith.
' Mr. Sherman voted for Mr. Corwin, when
Judkins changed from Smith to Sherman, thus
spoiling for the time an election. Mr. Scran
ton withdrew his vote for Smith, and put Cor
win in nomination. Cries of "too late;" much
sensation.!
Messrs. Vallandigham and Cox changed to
Smith.
Two moro votes wero now understood to be
required to elect Mr. Smith. Intense excite
ment was manifested.
Mr. Morris, of Ponn,, on understanding
that tho Republicans would present Mr. Cor
win, withdrew his name from Smith and voted
for Corwin. liases from tho gallery and
crios of announce the vote
Mr. Nixon changed from Smith to Ten
nington, thus removing the result farther off.
Mr. Keitt commenced making a speech.
Mr. Dunn thought Mr. Keitt's remarks
were designed to delay, in order to afford
opportunity to manipulate tender-footed
Democrats.
Mr. Keitt proceeded to express the incon
sistency of those who voted for and then
changed against Mr. Smith.
The result was finally announced : Whole
number ef votes, 228; necessary to a choice,
116; Sherman, 106; Smith, of North Carolina,
112; Corwin, 4; scattering, 8.
Mr. Stevens moved that the House adjourn
until Monday. Carried by six majority.
Adjourned..
Washington News.
Washington, January 27. Dr. S. G. Howe
hsa returned from Canada and is oxpeoted to
appoar before the Senate Investigating Com
mittee next weok. tien. l'omeroy and Judge
Arny arc now here co-operating with Hon. M.
J. Parrott, delegate from Kuua.-.s, to effect the
speedy B J mission of Kansas as a State under
tho Wyandotte Conslitutiou. Messrs. Pcmoroy
and Arny aro cnudi lat.es for the Ssnatorship
under the now Constitution.
The principal reason why the Peruvian Gov
ernment refuse to make restrrntion for tbe
seizure ef tbe vessels J.iztia Thompxm and
Qcortiam, is that they wen engaged ia the
guauo trade and under arrangements with the
revolutionists and contrary to law.
It is supposed in Pennsylvania that the
American Minister, Mr. Clay, is personally
iuterrested in the claim.
Senor Zegora, the Peruvian Minister to the
Unitod States, la lying dangerously ill in
Washington.
The receipts of tho Treasury last week were
$1,700,000, mostly on accounts of customs.
About eight millions are in the Treasury sub
ject to draft.
The Nova Scotia Telegraph.
Sackviwx, January 27. Tho Nova Sootia
Telegraph is controlled by five citizens, Direc
tors, of Halifax, and the same Dumber of
country Directors, who, togcthor, elect aa Ex
ecutive Committee of five. The old Hoard of
City Director.", consisting of Cogswell, Mor
ton, and others, woro unanimously disminsed
a tow days ago by the Ilulifix shareholders,
and siaco then the Cogswell party have beon
making desperate cilbrts to control tho cloetion
of country Directors; the elcotion took plaee to
day and resulted ia the complete overthrow
of tho news speculators' ticket. The share
holders, both in the eountry and city, bave,
thoreforo, vindicated tho propriety of the
course adopted by tbe American Telegraph
Company and the Associated Press, to shield
the commercial public from tbe infamous
conduct of the late management at Halifax.
Arrival of the Pike's Peak Express.
LuAVENWoanr, January 27. The Pike's
Peak Kxnrcag arrived hero to-day, havine
been delayed one day by severe snow storms.
It brings $1,000 iu gold and five passeugera.
The news from the sold region is eonnty. A
now movement bad taken place toward the
mountains in conrefueuue of the opening of
several new diggings Tbe miners in .the
Soma Tass ana en the Blue River, were re
ported to le making from $10 to $30 per day.
It was fearea taut a revival ol inclement
weather might cause much suffering among
the minors. The snow had nearly disappeared.
About the Speakership.
Naw York, January 27. The Commercial
Adttrtiter of this evening says that priv&to
letters from Washington assume that an effort
is boiui' mado to ebtaiu the unanimous consent
of tho Republicans to change the eandidato
and unite tbe vote upon Mr. t'orwm or Mr. .
U. Morns. And we are liirtuor iclormea by
gentlemen who are on oonCdontiil terms with
.VtcFsre. lirizgB, Adrian and Uiezs that those
three luemberB would vote for either of the
gentlemen spoken of for substitute cf Mr,
Sherman.
Accident.
Lawieiowir, M., January 27. The elevator
chain in the bagging mill here broke this
morning, prcoipitaiing the occupants of the
elevator a considerable distance, breaking an
arm of Mr. Rogers, crushing the ribs of a
man named Collius, and severely injuring
throe or four othors, but none, it is believed,
lataliy.
From Texas.
Naw Oai.siNs, January 20. On Sunday
last, uortinai, witn zuu men, was above Mot.
amoras, plundering tho Texans. Tho Fed
eral troops had returned to Brownsville, and
tho Hangers were at Rio flrande City. The
general opinion was that ft frontier war
Mexico is inevitable.
with
Mississippi Central Railroad.
New Yess, January 27. A dispatch from
Chattanooga. Tenn., says the gap in the Mia-
sisaippl Central Kailroad will be finished by
me 2om or j anuary, ana on ine zvtn the con
nection will be made through to New Orleans
X'une to ew xork eighty-four hours.
Non-Arrival of the America.
UALiyAX, January 27. The America has
not jet been signaled. The Euroim. from
Bojton, arrived at 10 o'olock last evening, and
: I J l .Li ' - m i i ,
suiieu van uiui luumiug iur uiverpuoi.
From Cleveland.
CLitvii.Aan, January 27. John Brown, ir,
rofuses to obey the' subpena ef tbe Sotute
Committee. lie defies the authorities. Plumb
will probably obey the process.
Counterfeits.
Nw York, January 27. Counterfoils on
the Chemung Bank, of Elmlra, were put
iicuiauon tasi evsnmg.
RIVER NEWS.
The River continued to reoisde yesterday,
thontiu rathnr elowly, with eufflclentchiturieldeptii,
ttboro aud Ixilow, fur all purpose of savigatiou.
The excitement attendant npon the reception of
our Legislative guests seriously interfered Willi bust
neHS ou the Lauding, w hich consequently borea very
quiet appearance. Considerable freight, however,
was delivered and put ou board of I lie different
slrauiurs.of which there were a goodly number lying
at the wharf.
Tho weather was cold, but pleasant, with a keen
wind from the North went, rendering th Levee much
more convenient for shipping thau it had boen for
several dsys pivious.
. Bates ol freight were unchanged, and we i till quote
aa follows:
Pittsburg-Cotton, SSe.i Molasses. ASc.; Whisky,
4ie.; Flour, 25c.; Pork and Lard, 35o. ; Poaad
FrelRlltK, 1!,V. PIT 10U 11.
NMivlllo Whisky, per brl., 50c.; Ale, 40c.; Pound
Freights, 2.-300. per 1MI lbs.
St. Louis ileavy Pound Freights, 25c. per 100 lbs.;
Whisky aud OU, Sic. par brl.; btovee, 28e.j Ale, 60c.
pur brl.
Kvnnsvlllo Whisky and Oil, 60c. per brl.
Cairo whisky mid Oil, Sue. per brl.; PoOud
Frciabts, 20c. pur inn lbs.
New Orleans Whisky and Oil loc; Flour, Wc.tPork
eoc.; Bacou, and ithiT ronnd Frnlijts, 2510o. per
lis) lbs.; Ki'S l.iml. lftc.; Horses, VII) per huad.
STr.Mra SPNK.-The slimmer A. I). Tylor, which
left this port 8enlnn before lait for Kow Orleans,
sunk yesterday morning ooposite fetei'sber. Bhe
km lienvily lailpn, anil much of herearg't is seilomly
Injnrrtl. We have not loomed the x tout of her
dunne, but suppose the loss will not be less than
$.'.') ooo or 830.0W, upon which there Is a partial Insurance.
STEAMBOAT REGISTER.
Arbivals. Mecnolin, Maysville; Forest Qneon,
Madlsnii; Telegraph Lousville; Dniili'ith, Neville;
KllunCiray, Kauawhu; Boston, Big fc-nndy; Courier,
WlieelinK. ' . .
Dsr-ABTimru. Magnolia, Maysvlllo; Forest Queen,
Aladisou: Telegraph, Lnnlavill; Dunleltb, Neville;
Benton, Bigbuudy; Courier, Wheeling.
HOME INTEREST.
$3f A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewi try, Nos. 311 and 271 Western-row.
Ecf Those one-dollar Photographs exe-,
cnted by Dewey A Co., No. 112 West Fifth-street
will recommoiid themselves.
.r Daguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sink and Weetern-row, over Bannaford's
drug-store. Pictures taken and ut In good cases
(or twenty cenle. Warranted to please:
jEiT It will bo recollected that Ilibbert &
Drc.No. 2!0 West Fifth-street, have iu atore the
latest st j lea of Dress Hals, which they effer at prices
to suit all. Gits them a cull.
- p9" Those fine Pictures taken by Messrs.
Bnll k Thomas, Ho. 120 West Fourlh-street, meet
with universal favor. Be Buro and give them a rail
Satisfaction warranted,
MessiB. Spraguo & Co., llcrohant
Tailors, 8. K. corner of Fourth and Vine-streets,
have In store a splendid assortment of goods, which
they are offering at cost price. Their assortment
comprises the most elegant styles which have been
imported into this market. Customers may de
pend upon being suited.
ST Attention, Citizehb and Strangers I
You are most respectfully Informed tnat A. O. Parry,
No. 30 VIne-stroot, is prepurrd to execute, on short
notico, every variety of OaB, Street-railroad, Hotel
and Coffuo homo Lanterns, in a style unsurpassed
by any establishment in the city, and on terms sat
isfactory. We take plcoenro In Inviting the atten
tion of strangers to IiIb latest and most Improved
styles. Sir. Parry has aa extensive reputation as a
manufacturer of Lanterns, odJ never fails to please.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
in
JEtDER J. M. I1ENUY, PAS-
i'Ult, will preach iu Christian Chanel, on
l-txiii-itreet, near Smith, ra WHO'S PM J""""
INOatll o'clock, KVENINO at T o'clock. (Jnbject
for morninfr: Christian Union;" evening: " Con.
verting lulluences mid Instrumentalities." The
piit.licareeiirnwtly Invited to attend, boats free.
CvrSPlOT ACTED MEETING AT
GffS WESLEY CHAPKL.-Rov. Wm. Taylor,
I torn a. win nreiicu iu ncsiuj uiiitiKM.uu jv""-
trvet, between Bycamore and iiroadway, TU-SlOlt-
110 W ut 11 o'clock A. N. and 7 o'clock r. at.
T
lie liubiio are corciauy luviieu looumoauu ui
i. Sinis free. ja2ria
him
OHIO LIKE IJiSUKANCE CO.
ipi.. ut,.irt,iiiiAr nf HiA Ohlft Life Insnr
nua (,'ompauy ore notified that the Annual Meeting
iwr me cnoiceoi uireciinsm uv uwi . IVrvr
nf the company, no. M west xnuo-sireet, ou mua
nv. tho ill, tl.'iu of Vebruarv. l6i). between the
bourn of 11 o'clock A. M. and 1 P. M.
jaiat UK Mitt Jtuurt s; i , secretary.
IK. BOVNTtSi! UECTURliS.
lir. IlfiVNTON will eive the third lecture
I in cr.itrei' at Bmith Si Nlxon'a Hall THIS (Batur-
dn) VKN IMJ. January 24. Subject: " Iftrat Cro
ti l Animal Life," illustrated by large and splendid
alnlings. ,
Tlckois for the four romaining lectures, SO cents;
initle adiniasiOD, 2 cents. Lecture to comoie'ice at
a o ctocK.
CHILBLAINS AND FROST-
uri lcKKT.-Palmer'a Vegetable Cosmetic
L.iliun is the never-falling remedy for these great
annoyaucee. It not nuiy enecia a compieie turn.
oitori iy one luoiougu uppucaiiuu. uui uupwwm
the liability to a return or tho same difficulty. Jtor
sale by druggists generally.
fsubvn r AuoiSiK, akuui,
du29 M. SH West Ifourth-street,
GVIDKNCG ACCUMULATES.
OmniiKSTi. Dec. If. 186. Mr. 8. Palmer-
Ueureir: tome five years since 1 received a severe
iiiiurj on my left, arm, near the elbow, since which
lhttsobetm greatly imnuytd by aoulan-oiis disrase
on tho name. Al ter using various loiuedies without
success, 1 wns itiluctd to try your Vegetable Cos
luetic Lotion, aud am hupiiy Iu Informing yon that
llie tiKuor helfa bottle hits loll my arm u smooth
and lieu i'roui diseaae a its vim.
Uratettuiyyciirs W. PA NItNIIOWEB.
JNo. 146 West 'J'hird street.
For sale bv drusmlsta evurywbore. Be sure to get
Palmer's Vet'otublo Cosmetic Loilnn.nnd acceptor
uulhiug olK). DOHlN PALHVK, Agent. ;
UO.' ISO. 0 11 HI r Vlil Ul-Bucru v.hw.mm...., v.
KENNEDVS MEDICAL DIS-
m COV BUY Is acknowledged by the most etti-
ueril physicians, and by the most careful driugists
throughout tbe United Btates, to be the most effectual
blooii-puriner ever k now n, and to have relieved more
sulleriug, aud emwted more permanent cures, than
any preparation known U the profession, ticrolula,
KaltBheuio, Brysipeiup.Scald-hoad, scaly eruptions
ol whatsoever nature, ure cured by a few bottles, and
tho system restored to full stronglh and vigor, gull
and explicit directions lor thecureof ulcerated soro
letts, anu outer corrupt auu running witcre, raw'naiu
the pamphlet with each bottlo. For sale by JOHN D,
FAltii, SCIRE, KUKBTKIN A CO., aud UBOUUJ3
a.DlXOK. I'rlceSl. sep!9-ay
OFFICE OF TBE PASSEN.
OKH UAIbKOAD
N ATI N W onrnArnlTliiril rL
and itflce-strbets. Uctobnr
1.1. HVi'J. Ihis road la now orun. Cars will start.
at intervals of ten minutes, from 4:30 A. M. un
til uiitlniMht, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Luwreueo-street, end westward on
Fourth-street to Hiatiu, end on iriitn-etreei to
Wood. CllUens will elcino bear in mind that the
cars will invariably cross interacting streets before
stopping for paustinsers.
cn-ii .lAoirjj. iti'nlii h a. i BSMioTit.
Complimentary Benefit to Eliza Logan.
TO MISjS ELIZA LOGAN:
rnriE undersigned debhik to ten-
Ja. derto you a complimentary benefit. Having
for years boa nccnitonieO to refer to your posltlou
in vour nriucRrtiou witn nriue. Bna to your worm in
private fife with respect, and to both aa a part of
Hie abt li'srojtY oi tais city, we ucoui it to ne uue to
you, that upon your retirement troul tne stale, ws
should evince in this manner the respect and admira
tion which weieei.
J. L. Vnttler,
N. O. Ncttlcton,
Sen. Paul Anderson,
J. Lellxitilllcr,
Wm. WIswell, jr.
II. P. Uurlbut,
J. li. Beard,
V. P. Noble,
A. McDonald,
Charles Looniis,
llermnn Duhuto,
II. 11. hmllh,
Win. Owen,
(Jeo. 8. Dodil,
Henry O. Gilbert,
W. .1. Aldrich,
Kdwanl Shay,
. V. J. SchilT,
Wm. t'ow'iolll,
J.N. Ihtniel,
O. II. tiuollroy,
Clins. F. Wilatach,
, Jas. F. Truemnu,
h. A Pratt,
Jos. It. Com well,
Frank P. t'ahlll,
tiamiiel Johnson,
Geo. Selves,
John f. Watson,
Isaac E. Vest,
K. II. heed,
Jas. M.Htarr,
A.O, W. tarter,
M. II. Medary.
Wm. Wilson Mcrcw,
0. F. Bradley,
0. W. Thomas,
J.K.Morton,
0. H. Ileland, .
Ohas. Gossage,
llavid V. linker,
John McLelland,
John W. Sweeney,
D.J U. Kerr
aud i others.
To aiissrs. J. 1. Tattler, N. G. Knttleton, Paul
Aml.r.uii, J. L. Boutllliur, Wm. Wiswell, jrW,
V. Uurlbut, aud others :
GfSTiKMBti I accept the Complimentary Benefit
rou hive tendered Die. with feelings of naculiar
satisfaction. In this city I commenced my struggle
for prtilessional fame, and whenever I have needed
Ilia voice of encouragement to cheer me on in the
arduous er.deavor.it wnagiren here, firstand kind-
linat, by my steadiest Irlends. Tliroush all the
vlciviltudpe of my career, my heart has heat high
whh sir remembrances or Cincinnati, where was
centered all my home attachments. And now that
am aliotit to rellnnuish a nursnlt In which I have
realized more than my expectations or deserts, it
nils me Willi a just ana iiodosc prme to iuidk i am
tlin rucinlnncof an honor so delicately bestowed.
1 havo the permlsHlnu of Mr. Ellsler to name
Monday evening next tor tne compliment.
Very Kespectlull)',
ja'.S b ELIZA LOGAN.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
R. C. & CO.
NEW BOOKS.
FISHER'S SERMON'S AND ADDRESSES,
liccaslonal Sermons and Addresses, by Samnel W.
Fithtr, P. D , President of Hamilton College., li
II.
SELF-HELP With Illustrations of Charao
teraod Oouduct. by Samuel Smiles, author of the
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RE-STATEMENT OF CHRISTIAN DOC
TH1N5 In Twenty-five Beimons, by Henry W.
Bellows. VI 2D. .
X. -;.-!.
THE PIRATE OF THE MEDITERRANE
ANA lleof tho ea, by William H.G. Kings
ton, author of the "Albatross," "Peter the
Whaler," 4c. SO cents.
Robert Clarke & Co.
55 West Fonrth-sireet.
' rjaStial .
Union Spectacles !
HENRY WARE,
No. 1 Wett Fourth-street, opposite the
Penny Press Office.
rj2Sa)
HENRY DAVID,
No. 378 MAIN-STREET,
BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH.
Manufacturer and Importer of
Soaps, Perfumery and Fancy Goods
WHICH I WILL SELL ! CHEAPER
than any other establishment In the city or
West, country and city. Merchants and druggists
will find it to their interest to call and exanilno my
stuck before purchasing elsewhere. ja2
REMOVAL.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN
the store lately occupied by Henry Tails,
No. 65 "West Fourth-street,
Aad will keep alwayg on hand one of tho lwuoat
a,,rm .nil l Int..,. 4. . t
Dbuuzva iuu me miogii jpui torus ut
PAPER HANGINGS
To be found in the country, which they offer at
, AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
At prices beyond competition.
S. HOLMES & SON,
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
jaT7amf Adjoining Pike's Opera-house.
OM-ctititbllsheil Saddlery and Coach-IInrd.
ware Elouse.
HlWi, EDMESTON & (0.
im Maiu-et., bet. Fourth and Fifth,
Importers, Wholesale Dealer! and Manufacturers of
Carriage Trimmings
-AND-
COACH HARDWARE !
APULL ST.OCK OP ALL KINDS OP
GOOllH used in the al.ovo trtidrs.
Merchants, OarriitKe-niiiltera and liaddlers solicited
to call at tho old-established houee before put chas
ing elstswhore, as they are determined not to be out-
none ty any nouse in me couniry. . )a7aw
nFaf a ie.a Hinnrs&
w -
AT 35 CENTS, . N&yr
O ."ST 3 ,1" E3 HrL JB,
FISH, GAME OR MEAT,
ALIi THE XT OETERAS INCLUDED, 00 TO
TODD'S,
KO. 351 WA I.JJUT-STF EET,
Jt27b A few doors above Sixth, vrest il.le.
SELECT SEMINARY
For Young Ladies,
IS3 WEST FOURTH-ST.
L. HAltDlNa and Hiss 9. A. HUBD. Frlncioala.
T h rt Hnrlnir Tn.m nf ,1,1. Unlrl n rV will ramm.nfUi
on luoHvai, ouui 01 nuiiary. jniv
junarge'iimes.j -
4T10AL1 COaLI COALI-THE cincin.
N ATI FUEL COUPAMT deals In the best
aualltitsof the various kinds of 0alshrouht to the
01 1 . ... . .
utnee ana vara, ko. im cant Tnira-sirmv,1
Orders solicited and promptly attended t.
Ju3baw W. M. HCBBEliL, gee'r.
CANNEL COAL. Now receiving, a supe
rior article of Oannel Coal, and for sale at No,
1113 East Third-street.
jazaatv w. M. hubbell, secretary.
WINIFREDE COAL-Afreah lot.direot
from the minea. and an evoallant arltcla for
cooKing-stbvea. J or sale at las usst i nira-streei.
jazsaw w. m. MUUBEirfj. nee y.
TOHN BOUDKR'S EXTRA SUGAR.
V UUBID bams and Dried Beef at
OOIiTEB'8,
jtM Kos. SI 9 aa i 231 Main -street.
BEST BRANDS FAMILY PLOUR AT
COI-TEE'B,
jaog ' Nos. 81 and Ml JUalu-straat.
CHOICE GOLDEN AND HONET HYIU
TJP8 Ut UOL'l'BK'B,
' jnai
No. 819 and ail Maln-stwwt.
BAILIE'S PATENT BREAD AND BUT
TKll (JUACKER3 at IJOTI BB'8,
jiita IS os, l an! itl Mitin-itrset.
LANE ft BODLIY,
1 . MAaTPAWlIUBI of
Wood-Working MacMnery,
AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Cotner JU and Wt Cia.eleaattl.O.
a-l ., ,.
Peach Orchard. Vouhioheny, Hartford
City and Myravcnae Cool.
MXTE ARB DELIVERING TDK ABOVE
qnalltleeofOnal from the boat In excellent
order and prompt delivery. .
OAhFlETD k RKBTBAW,
Dealers In Coal and Coke,
Ae30am 179 Seat Jfront-st., near Butler,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Special Attention!
PEICTES MABKED DOWN.
IMMBIlFpiCI!
DELANO & GOSSAGE,
"W"est Four tli-st.
BARGAINS I BARGAINS!
PARIS MOVELtlES!
BICH STYLES VELVET CLOAKS
CLOSING-OUT SALES
i .)) a.r OF-a-(. ... n i
SHAWLS!SHAWLS!
PLAID WOOL SHAWLS,
At 9'J, worth $5.
PiEVIiRSIBLE SlliWLS!
At $3 nod 84, Worth 95 and ST.
Super Double-faced Shawls,.;
At 85, worth's 10.
IMPERIAL WOOL SHAWLS,
At $5 and $0, worth 810 nod $12. ,
E VE N I N : '- S MA W L S,
At $3 and $4 worth $8 nnd $8.
" ' V GREAT REDUCTION IN ' . '.
Plain and Printed Merinoes,
PHINTED WOOL DELAINES, ,
RICH FIGURED SILKS,
French Embroiderie .
A LOT OP .'
BED BLANKETS,
VBltY LOW, TO CLOSE OUT.
DELAND &GOSSACL',
74 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
jagUQ '
CANIADAT'S
IMPROflJIAY-PfflS
TnE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THE
rnn-nients with tho pntentfo, the niamitaoture of
tlilaooleiirati'tl I'ross will liereattcr lie i:arneu u
det Ihr-ir Immediate and exoluslve auspices.
For the iienent of tliosn viiiriimiuiril with tne
same, we stato that Catinailay's Hand-pruss is capa
ble cl proclnclnea bnio m-ariyas cjinpaci rsiui'?
mtifln liv A nijiAr.i,rAM. i. aimiiln. AfinvAnfot nL'Q
readily transportable by wiitt'iii from farm i to farm .
oioreirvflr, li, ruiiiirus ut, sain in intiuuituiam wuv
up, orerale, koD in onlt.r or take It dowu. . ' ,
Hay Presti, Mo. 2, weighs l,(imi lbs., prlL'o..4....,..17J
Hut Friisri . Ko. 3. weiubs 1.2.5(1 lbs.. DriCti..-...... If)
Cotton Pre -s, wnighs J,.M1 His , price ....21:0
Hhlpped frtai of clmrce for lravaee, on mcelpt of
price. V .. UBDUBH, i'KKH A CO.,
, oio. a iiinia-sirfec, uiuciuuau, "ui.
N. B. A Bull desurlp live circular ou application.
-EURAtGIA CURGU by Dr. Barber"
I Iustantauaous Eollpf. Try It all who suffer.
lja?8aw1
DODGE'S PATENT
GRATES AND STOVES!
February and March. . J :
THESE TWO MONTHS GIVE TJS THE
worst winter weather we bave In this climate,
it would le will for those who bave not gotllw
Patent to ordar it at once, aa no Investment csn be
made that will pay so weU in economy and comfurt.
For. the proof of this fact, Inquire of any of the
many thousands who are now nulnff it in tuts city.
Orders left at the JiAGLK BTOVIC HTOKK, Ko. 17
West Fifth-street, or sent through mail, will receive
prompt attoution. J. 11. ItVAN,
)hMo Frnprletornf Podge's Fatont.
Reduction of Prices!
"Warranted Btrlotly Fare" Ground Spice.
The usual sized package at a lower price, ' '
- A larger sized package at the usual price.
WE HAVE THIS DAY MADE THE
following reduction in our prices for liar,
rlson, Baton A Oo.'s brand of Ground Spices, viz.:
Ground Pepper Is reduced from to to Sic, por do.
Do. Allspice do. 4i)toS0 c!o.
Do. Cinnamon . do. 40 to 30. do,
Do. Cloves do. '40 to 34 do. '
Do. Dinner ' ' do. , 8Jto3ll d.
' i"The usual discount to the wlioleaalt trade. No
charge for boxes.
In addlt ion to tbe above, we are putting np a larger
package, which we shall sell at tbe former price tiio.
per down, making it more desirable for both dealer
audconsamor. '
In view ol tho numerous articles of an adulterated
character that are constantly thrown open the mar
ket, we invite tbe attention of our friends and pa
trons to the above-named brand of Hpices, assuring
them that they are articles iu which there ia no)
deception, furthermore, we hereby pledge our
selves that the quality of the above brand ahull
not be) reduced, but that it shall be tbe asuie
rlotly pure article tbat has beeu inanalactuied
by thoiildliiui(U., E. A Co.) for the last sixteen
yoa'ra. UARItlSlW A WILSON. ...
jai7aw .. (iJond lul Walnnt-ilreet.
321 and 320
CENTRAL-AVENUE,
(KKAE HIJtTIl.) : ' ' ' '" : i J
HOUSE FUBNISHING DEPOTS
China, Glass and gneensware.-G. G. TKNOH
respectfully calls tbe atu-ntlon of visitors and hoase
keeporv in Uinoiuustl to his complete assortment of
English, French, Gorman nnd American mtnufao
tnrers In this lino. Cutnlognes on application, and
a liberal discount to persons furuishiug. Two lines
of railroad curs pass the store. Ia26aw.
CICER-10 brl. ieev. .-. - ".i in '
, ; LINK, HANLT 4 KBOILL,
j si ib . Mo.M Mala-street.
OLD COFFEES-JUST EECEEVED 75
pncketaextraOltlOovornmeut Java (Jcfles; 10
half-bales extra old JUocba (Joflto. For sale, whole
sale nnd retail, by A.MoiloNAIiM a CO.,
B ' ana dtmbb biw, afwwt ronrth-st.
If
A iali
7IRESH BALTIMORE OYSTER8 Be-
- celredevorvdayat FEHOUSOH'a. i
jais Uoraer Vlath and Vlus-slreoU.
J
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
v
Younp; Ladies' U J ,US
- - ' I '. 1 1 f rt
Wit I, OPEN ITS EIGHTH "
SESSION on atONDAY, FebrnaWa, Wll'h '
a foil complement of able and efflclent Teackera. '
Tlis KIDINaS0H0OL,heretororeannoaaced,wlU
tie In lull operation at that time, with such annmber
of Fonlea aa will accommodate all who wish to
practloe the healthful and decant exercise of Horee.
manshlp.
Omnlbneea will, hereafter, take the pupUa from;
their residences in anr part of tbe city each morning,
and retain them after achool-honre. AU who wiah
to avail themselves of this privilege will please make
earlr application to I. H. WHITE, West fourth'
Itreor, ' ; ' ' l"
GROVER & BAKER'S
. New 'and' Improved
SMTTLI OK LOCK 8T1TCU
SEWING MACHINES!
Tbe best and only Machines In the market suitable. .
for all kinds of manufacturing purposes at the.; " '
tOW PRICE OF
G fVO V EFl & BAKER,,
; : v V! SEWING MACHINE CO.
. 58 West Fourtli-street.
v ' ''""' ' ... QaaatfJ
IMPOHTANT TO THE AFFLICTED
Old sores cured by Dr. Barber's Belief From All
Pain. AUdsalensell it, , . . .
. ja23awe. t . J. D. TAEK, Agent.
157 Overcoats; . ;
75 Cass. Business Coats; .
64 Cloth Frock Coats;"-', ' ;M
100 pairs Fancy Cass. Pants ; -
33 Cassunere Vests ;
75 Silk Vests.
09 The above will be sold at eost nrlcea to close
Winter Stock.
T. W. SPRAQUE V CO.,
jaZSew a. B. oorner Fourth and Ylne-sti.
DODB'S HAT STORE
J
1,44 Main-street .
East Side, below Fourth,
EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY
DRESS HATS,
M SOFT HATS,
, ;. caps..
Having reneived a fresh lot Dress Furs, bought In
New York nlnoo January 1, we have for sale some
Due sets, at tOW 1 11IUK8.
DODD & CO.i Ilattere and Furrier,
Ja . 14 klsln-itrwt.
H"hB. AUB12U'!l
KtjJLIKV cures all
JLW pain,
Try it.
All Druggists Ageuts. jaKaw
EEMOVAL.
JANUARY "25, 18G0.
BRADLEfiWEBB
, UovelhUi(UynmoTedtotlielrUEV gTOBE,
185 Maiia-t-,
Where, with groatly-increased facilities, tber will,
' ; l- sontlnoe the
STATI0NE8Y, f.4t " M .
n . ! inn ,PT(TirTrjiti ' i
VVU M. Xtll.ll 411 Vf " ' ' -
BIDDING and
1- . i- M
Blank Book MannfacturlDg Business.
. fjaaiitf-8dp1 ' . .
Over Forty Diflferent Styles
AND VARIETIES
. . . . OF THE .'
Celebrated
OLD DOMINION
C0FFI1 AXDJEAPOTS
Are now 'manufactured under tbe patent for the
United States by ARTHUB, BDENHAM. A OIIi
07, Philadelphia.
' J JOS; & GREE5E, i:';
' "' ' I GENERAL WK3TEES AGENT,
Fo. H Pearl-st. and N. E. cor. Smith and Fifth.
' aw Bolls at Manufacturers' prioes. Send for olr
cnlsrs. i . ... ... .... ja2ltf
xm.iva:Q-vL3i. -
I HAVE REMOVED MY SEAL EN
OKATlNOand Light Machine Worke to the large
and elegant building
No. 64 West Fourth-street,
Between Walnnt and Vine, Third Flour.
IJP YOU WANT A SEAL PBESS ;
I IT YOU WANT A SEWINa MACHINE ;
If you wan t any k Ind of 1 isht M ACHINEBY made or
f. KTAK8, Ja.
W. M. 'E. MeWSON."'
Auctioneer, aud Stock and BUI Broker,
, Ko.2STMrd-at? Basement of Maaoulo BuldlDg,
Stocks and Bonds hought and sold on commission.
Mercantile faperand Loans negotiated.
Motea, Dividends and Interest Uoupeni collected.
I --'OADCIION SALES
Of Rtoeks, Bonds, Beat Estate, Ac, on any day re.
quired, . -, , , . . . ,
i, fmyc Patronage of the pnblio if respeotfolly so.
Hcifd. ! - i ..... jaascm
tTUDSOXZAN
FEMALE SEMINARY,
CARNEAL-PLACE, COVINGTON, KY.,
between Tenth and - Bleventh-streete. The
Eighth Session of this Institution will ommenoe
on MONDAY, January so. into.
M18B a. A. H AIM BH, PRINCIPAL.
Aiislsteil by a full corps of Teachers. One bnndsal .
fmplls bave been enrolled the psst session, stilla
sw mora can be accommodated, for further par
ticulars, catalogues may be obtained by addressing
the Principal. , jaZlbw
Tin-ware, ' Spouting; ' &d. ' '
iAu. Ce PARRY,
MO. M VlHK-STBKr.BIAB rBOUT, '
I i Cincinnati, ..'. .'.' 1 '
KEEfS tN EAND1 AUTO MANUFAC- '
TUBE1? to order all varieties of Tin and Sheet. 1
iron Ware, Public Lanterns, and other articles la
bis lino. Manufactures to order all varieties of Me. ' '
tallie Kooning. Tin, Copper and Sheet-iroa.. 1
Lantern Qlasa always on hand. '
(Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
A few Stoves on hand to dispose of caesvp for oaeh.
Btove-plpe tarnished and pnt up at short notice.
. liaaotfl .
COAL OIL At 80 eenta par gallon, and
warranted tho best in I he sua rket. at
i . wusir(iriTa
'.Corner Jllnth aud Vine-streets.
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