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THE PRESS.
Ah3Y W.rUAHOISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL,
amis axe paoreinoee.
MONDAY.
..JANUARY St)
The Lesson We Have Learned.
We here bo felicitations over the eohleTe
menu made kj tb late rlilt, end reeeptlea,
bat to rejotce the both pertles have learnt
valuable lesson. The represeuUUTee ofthe
two State nearest u aoross the river Lave
iea Uio ralue of the potutoD of cultured,
trained and well-npportod mechanics and
manuraoturers. They hare seen direst prwfe
of the Inestimable advantages of a STstaut of
rallroada In State; of the ebtolute need of
well-digested and thorosguly practical system
of common lobooli, extending their Influence
to every child within its border. The leuon
of self-examination bai been taught to both
idea, life nay be eked oat with pleasure,
bet it matt be mainly filled np by etuines.
Let Cincinnati, Frankfort, Nashville, Charles
ton and Norfolk concert measarea at onee for
a convention, in whloh polities may be Ignored,
and' the true eeoneniie IntereeU of tfaete
teetione, aa related to each other, be the
aubjeot of deliberation and action. Let tome
thing be done for thli kind of onion forthwith,
for time ii almost the only thing of which it li
virtue to be eovetont. ' ,
The Proposed Speaker.
'William Pennington, of Newark, New Jer
iey, it ii reported, will tail week be choeen
Speaker of the United State Congress. In
1838 he wai Governor of New Jrt7, en offiee
filled by his father in 1813, who died in 182S.
A. C. M. Pennington, his predeeoMor from
the same distriot, was firm luppoiter of N.
P. Banks in th fierce contest for Speaker of
the 34th Congren, whioh was not determined
until the 3d of February. The experience of
Ex Governor Pennington, hli services m Chan
cellor of the State, resident Judge of the Court
of Appeals and Pardons, and services in the
State Senate, perhaps as Speaker, have qaal
ified the gentleman agreed opon for the ita
tion. He was a Whig, in politics, bnt has
been a constant voter for Sherman, who now
withdraws.
Neither New Jersey nor Ohio hare had one
of their Bepresentatirei elected to the
Speaker's Chair.
Simplicity.
Longfellow says: "In character, In manners,
in style, in ell things, the snpreme excellence
is simplicity." This was exemplified daring the
hospitable entertainment given by Mr. and
Mrs. Longworth, of Cincinnati, en' Satarday,
in their reception of th guests of the city who
called upon them. Their scanty was pro fun,
but their dress and demeanor were plain, their
manner ainoere, as if eonscioas that their
playful, almost infantile simplicity, would not
be under valued. The highest in office was to
them bo greater in honor than the humblest
in station, and an usiffieted good-cheer was
manifested alike to the poor and to the rich.
Home Rights.
Politicians use the phrase States' Bights.
Well, we shoald alto remember that the peo
ple of eaea Btate Bare alt their hone rlgM
We should allow our neighbors freedom to
regulate their own Institutions in their own
way.
"Home 1 the tacrtd refuge of our life."
It is now a well enderatood agreement that
the shield of th Constitution will protect any
one of either State who enters another State
for the purpose of sesoring and carrying
away a fair one to be a lawful wife. During
the recmt visit extensive preparations were
made for a perpetual Union.
The Press from Abroad.
The fellowship and fraternisation of the
Press of Kentucky, Tennessee and Ohio, dur
ing their recent visit, was cordial and com
plete. It was the aim and effort of the Press
of Cincinnati to make their visiting brethren
welcome. The headquarters for newspaper
men, at a convenient room in the Opera-home,
was a home of good cheer to all. We bespeak
from the Press abroad an improvement of this
opportunity, to hare the same fellowship
and. fraternity manifested among people and
partisans in their respeetive localities.
Whole Sighted Men.
Most ell the guests and those who received
them at entertainers have obtained a better
view of each others character. Their eyei
hare received a aeeond-tight. The best nee
we can make of oar ritual organs is to face
our looking-glass, and tee ourselves aright;
next, properly to see cor neighbor. levator
(ays; "He only sees well who sees the whole in
the parts and the parts in the whole." There
are three classes of men: those who see the
whole; those who see but a part, and those
who see both together.
Sip, SIP, Sirra!
One of the bibulous visitors, at the hospita
ble table of our Longworth, oommenced his
cheering with "Hip, hip, bum;" but from tbe
profuseneis of the liberality afforded him,
agreed with Hilton in thete lines,
On slpef tbii '
Will baths thdrcoplet.pirltm delight,
Beyond the bliss of dream.
He ditoon tinned the loud hurra, and faintly
gave as encore, "Sip, Sip, Sim."
Tennyson's Last Poem.
Tennyson's last idyl, for whioh he received
$50 a line, has been published, and I alto
gether unworthy of the laureate's reputation.
There is no question bat Tennyson can write
more and worse renes for aa an acknowledged
man of genius than any bard England has
oror produced. - 1
The People's Welcome.
It was held, when hospitality died in Ha
land, she gare her last groan among th yeo
men of Kent. Th people of Ohio bare man
ifested their heart in the profoseneie of the
tor offered, and best by the welcome to
it they manifested to their guests.
Cure for the Heartburn.
Time was when it was considered that the
sea was the proper preteriptien of nature to
neutralise the heertbtra between nations, hut
Longworth' Sparkling Cetawha i now eoi
ceded to be the bererege west of the moun
tains, to tare the Union.
Off Their Hobby.
It has been a worthy featar of the recent
interview between public men en both tides of
the river, that each her had to dismount their
hobby; both hare ben friends, a did ear
fathers, who understood what It was to "rid
id tie."
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
From Washington.
Naw Tobk, January 39. Th New York
Mtrald't correspondent says : "I hear to-night
that teveral South Americans ar inslined to
rot for Mr. Pennington, in eonseqaenoe of
the fact that Messrs. Pendleton and Cox, of
Ohio, declared that Mr. Smith was never a
Know-Notblng, and was opposed to the order
aad its principles. It Is not by any means
certain that tbe Democrats will continue to
adhere to Smith. There is a strong disposi
tion en the part of torn of th Northern and
Western Democrat to leare him, with a riew
of trying to elect Mr. Millson. This course is
opposed by many of the Southern men, who
do not believe that they can concentrate the
tame rote on any other man. It is stated, on
good authority, that the three Dimocrats,
Deris and Holman, of Indiana, and Allen, of
Ohio, will, on the nex ballot, rote for Smith.
' WAHmoTMr, January 20. There haa been
many private conferences to-day among mem
bers of the different parties with a riew of per
fecting arrangements for to-morrow regarding
the Speakership. The prospect is that if the
Republicans unite all the Sherman rote on Mr.
Pennington he will reoeire teveral aooes
sions from the Antl-Lecompton Democrats,
Including Adrian, Holman, Davis, of Ind.,
and Allen, of Ohio, the three dissenting
Wet tern Democrats who have not yielded
ti the persuasion of their friends to vote
for Smith, nor ii it probable that they
will, according to what is considered reliable
information. Since Friday some gentlemen
have been making speoial investigation Into
the political antecedents of Smith, with the
design of damaging hie petition at a candi
date tor Speaker. There It no data for aa asser
tion as to the resalt of the contest, further than
it promise to be deoidea within the;pretent
wees, pernap to-morrow.
New York Items.
Naw Tobi, January 29. Among the pas
tengert in the Fulton, which arrived last even-
log, were the Paraguan Embassy, contittlng of
ueaor iron Jose ueorget, Bpeeiai unvoy and
uomnMsioner,two secretaries or Legation, and
aa attach. He eomes to exchange ratifica
tions of the Bowlin treaty, and to arbitrate the
question or indemnity to toe united States
and Paraguay Navigation Company, whose
claim Is to be tried before a Commissioner, to
be organised within twelve months after the
exchenge of ratifications.
About one o'clock this morning a fire broke
oat at ill Jfuitoo-itreet, occupied by Wyn
koop, Hollenbeck A Co., job -printers, and Mr.
Robert Bonner as the press-room of the Ledger.
ine Duuaing extended irom jraiton to Ann
street, and was filled with paper, presses and
other printing material, engine, Ao. The
names spread with fearful rapidity, and en
tirely baffled the exertions of the firemen, and
in the space of an hour and a half the build
ing and It content were entirely destroyed.
Los heavy.
Building 116 Courtland-itreet, occupied by
Ward, Close A Co., wholesale druggists, waa
almott entirely destroyed. The aggregate loss
of Wynkoop, Hollenbeck A Co., Ward, Close
A Co. was about f 175,000 understood to be
insured.
From Leavenworth.
LKiVMwoTB, January 28 The Pike's
Peak Express Company hu decided to run a
ony xpress irom Leavenworth to sacramento
litr. The time is fixed at tea days.
The Postoffioe Department has ordered the
Utah mail service Deck to it original tlm.
and will mk a monthly instead of a semi
monthly mail.
In addition to the amount of gold reoelved
by the Pike's Peak Express yesterdey, about
120,000 are repotted by private houses.
The winter in Salt Lake Valley it reported
at having been very tevere.
voBsiaerabie disorder existed at Comp fiord.
uu Bujuiur uau ucrou uiuruareu nj an un
known assassin. The Salt Lake Valley Tan
tay that of over two hundred murder com
mitted in that Territory within the past three
years, not a single offender had been con
rioted or punished.
River News.
Sr. Lotus, January 28 M. The river con
tinues to recede slowly, with tix feet and a
half in the channel to Cairo. The Missouri is
reported open to St Josephs Nothing new
from the Upper Missitsippl or Illinois.
Weather clear and pleasant.
Prrnnvao, January 28 M. River slx'feet
nine Inches by tbe pier mark, and falling.
Weather cloudy, with indications of rain.
Looismw, January 28 P. M River fal
ling, with six feet nine inches in tbe canal.
Weather clear; mercury 39.
Prtsbvbo, January 29 P. M. River tix
feet six Inches by plertmark, and falling.
Weather clear end damp(t)
by
Ship Burnt.
Niw Tobx, January 28. The ship John
Bovd was burnt In ber dock this morning.
She we loading for Liverpool, and had al
ready stored 1,800 barrel naval ttores, 500
bale cotton, 900 tieroet beef, 400 do. bacon,
200 do. lard, and 18,000 buahelt grain. She
was upward of 1,300 turn burden: five rears
old, and owned by Wm. Tyson.
est
From New York.
Niw Tobk, January 28. William J. Corer.
of this city, who waa Injured by the accident
on the Hudson Btver Railroad, died In Tarry
twn yesterday.
At a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce
to-day, a committee was appointed to prepare '
a remonstrance against the pro rata bill, to be
presented to the Legislature.
Outward Bound.
Niw Yoik. Jaanarr Sfl. Th itumM y
tour sailed to-day for Liverpool with ninety-
iu paseaugrs wa no sjwoie.
The Nortktr Liaht. with California mill, a
the 6th, arrived to-day.
Sentenced to be Hung.
Cirilf.lftTnv. B. fl. .Tunntn on tFMMAt.
, " y .i.MUU.e
Mitchell, porter of the steamship Marion, was
yesterday sentenced to be hung on the 2d of
L - I . t .
narou, ir assisting a aiare id aia attempt to
leare the Btate.
of
Death of Hon. Henry D. Gilpen.
PaiLADlLPaTlA. January- ia TTn Tt
Qilpen, United States Attorney-General under
van sum, ana ju-mnyor oi mis cuy, aied
this morning.
Arrival of the Empire City.
Nbw Yosx, January 29. Steamthlp Empin
City arrived to-day from Havana 23d. No
new.
Non-Arrival of the America.
Niw Tobx, January 29. Nothing from the
steamer Aawriea at Halifax at 9 A. M. Ex
pect to hear again from there to-night ..
Piivii Cbabitt ii Nbw Ton. The New
Tork correspondent of the Boston Pott thus
explalne the workings of a false and vulgar
benevolence as practiced In Fifth-avenue t
"A few lady patronesses tell tbe many whom
to help and how to do it An object or charity,
or subject of patronage, being found, the game
of benevolence begins by each of the lady
leaders subscribing loudly and boldly fifty,
on hundred or two hundred dollar. A plan
I then decided npon for fair, eonesrt or some
private theatricals forwhlch tiekets are Issued
th petrosees, of course, taking their memy's
worth of the pasteboard. These card they
shuffle, at a fixed price (high enough slways,)
Into the pocket of the gentlemen whom a
tackle fate throw In their way. By this
mean the original 'nbicriptlon' Is soon wiped
out the lady patronesses secure free admis
sions, reap all the glory, and finally pay over
the proceeds to the charitable object and all
with a pervading sen of having performed a
aoble deed, deserving of a first-rate aotlee from
ue pen or tJtern- xeoorojBg as gel "
or
ST
AnoraiB Put-Poiraait or ran Villas
Mai m Akbbioa. A Washington correspond
ent the describes the recognised leader of th
"Young South :" Pryor stands about sit feet
high, tperely and actively built, with a Urge
head or the XmertdAian type, ia which the
loreneed snows externally tie two lobes Into
whioh the brain is divided. He wear a mat
of loBg brown hair, very toft and silky,
combed back behind his ears and reaching to
hi ooat oollar. Jutt above tbe eyes, which are
aarx blue, large, and rather prominent, be bet
two bulging compartment, wherein the per
ceptive faoultles mar be supposed to lie coiled
for belligerent and analytical purposes. His
nose it a mm, aeoitire urecian, witn con
tracting and dilating nostrils; his mouth Is
well arched and sinewy, furnished with two
fine, firm row of teeth the upper row not
lying quite oloie together, and a little inclined
to protrude. HI enln is square, but retreat
ing, with a pleasant dimple in it heart; and
hli complexion It as fair, clear, beardless, del
icate and sensitive as that of any literary
young lady of studioas habits, and romantic
tarn oimina.
IeuH AssctiKo AG.UIBT Eholibk Mod
bstt. Lola Montei, who waa nerer famous
for modesty of any kind, in a recent lecture
read as a apeoimen or ogliin modesty, a very
hifalatln lore-letter, addreteed to herself, add
ing, that ah had received at least a half
Dutnel or similar specimen or Snglltn Indis
cretion, during her recent lecturing tour in
that country. If the exact nature of the pas
sion Lola supposed she had excited were made
known, perhaps the letter would not be very
flattering; bnt at any rate her reference to
them, under the circumstances, is aa excellent
proof oi her own unbounded vanity.
Hobs or Tia Phiudilpiiia Pobobb Th
arrest at Pittsburg of the man for the forgery
of $100,009 InPhiladelphiawe hare mentioned,
ena a rnuadeipua paper says no is a most
accomplished and gentlemanly personage. HI
real same ia J. Buchanan Crosse; he Is a natlre
of Kentucky, and is laid to have been arrested
in this olty in 1857, on a similar charge, but
wai not prosecuted. He brought with him an
extentive wardrobe, and iu bis trunks were
found numerous letters, written in Prenohand
English, besides a document In phonographic
characters, beautifully executed.
ExTBisrvi Biblb Bumio ra Bogota. In
Bogota, it appears, the priest hare been
amusing themselves by burning Bibles. A
Mr. Duflield, agent of a British Bible Booiety,
hat, for the peat three years, driven a brisk
trade in Bogota, Quito and Lima, by the sale
of Protestant Bibles. It is said all thete Bi
ble that could be collected were piled up in
front of the door of the Arohblthop, and made
big bonfire of bv his order, amid great ra.
joicing on the part of the people, music, Ac.
Doo BiATOHiBB. Mr. Jeff. Shaner, ofWest
Chester, Penn., was obliged to kill fifteen of
his dogt recently, on account of several of
them having been, and the others supposed to
be, bitten by a rabid dog, also owned by Mr.
Shaner.
A Cbbap'Luxubt. R. H. Hampton, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., was oompelled to pay two
dollars rooently, for baring kitted a German
woman, one of his tenants. She did not
like the manner of bis salntatien,andhadhlm
arrested for an assault. j -
HOME INTEREST.
JLsT A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jemlrr.Hoa.MlandmWoslern-row. I .
Be sure and visit th Daguerrelan
roosts of Ball A Thomas, No. U0 West Vonrth-street,
and procure one of their splendid Pictures,
Daguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannafbrd'i
u -tui. fui ud at in good oases
for twenty cents. Warranted to pleasei
Madame Ellis's Utirtne Elixir cures
Prolapsus and all diseases peculiar to temtles,and
her Spanish Balaam is the best feunilr medieine
known. Bead advertisement and trj the medicine,
too will find it as good a reeomtnended. Tot
tale at the office, lit West Blxth-itreet, and at drag-store.
MARRIED.
ROOIBB H ILLR-Om th 36th last, br the Rct.
Kingston Qoddard, Samuel Kos ere, oi New tork, to
Elias Ann. daushUr of WillUm Mills. Ooihon
Township, Clermont County, O. ,
KBH8T eHIDBLKB-On the evening ofthe 36th,
the Bev. Weeler Bowe. Parker D. Ernst to Hiss
Sne B. Shideler, both of this citr.
DIED.
BARH1RD-At MnrriunU. Vw Vnrk. ftnniUv.
Joumt23, Welter, infant son of Thoousand the
late Jane A. Bassard, aged five months.
MORBI8-NrMlddl.town. Ohio. January 23. of
comumptlon, Mrs. Phoebe Ann Morris, lu the 43d
year of ber ate. Bhe leave a husband and two cbll-
-a son ana a aaugnter to mourn ner lose.
EOWLAKD On Saturday. 2Sth iuit.. olunmmn-
tion, George W. Uowlaad, in tbe 6vth year of bit
age. . T
Hit funeral will take place from the residence of
his aon.in-law. O. Itavmund: No. 70 Vroat.atrMt. in.
day. 0th inst., at 9 o'clock. The friends of the family
Invited to attend.
fiBEDS-On Friday. Jannanr VI. at I1U o'clock.
Barak lmsu, daughter of James M. and Maria
seeds, aged 4 year and 4 months.
CAST WRIGHT Id this city, on Satnrday. Sflth
Inst., of measles. James Franklin Cart wriffhL. young.
eon of Chester T. and Catherine Oaitwrignt, aged
yean, ture bvduu aau an aaye.
PBIOI-Oa Triday morning, Jan. 17, Sr. William
Price, of this olty, In bis 72d year.
HOLABIBD January tt. of Inflammation of tha
bowels, Horatio F., eldest sou of Leah A. and Ii. H.
Holabird. Affed six yean, ilx moo tha and twalva
dare.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
fDK. BOYNTON'S LECTURES.
Ltar Dr. Boyaton reepectfn.il) announce that
aulditlon to hla Lectnra on tha Ookh Voaif ations.
Hmith N lion's Hell. TB18 (Monday) EVSN-
l.iu. janwary ou, oi win lntrouuc oa imneniw
IBON GA.LV AMO BATTEitT.andglrea aeries of
brilliant and startling Experiment illustrating lie
lower.
Tickets, for the three remaining Lectures, 60 oenta
tingle sidmitaion 25 cents.
Lecture to commence quarter neiore e oxioca. a
tveTOHIO LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Mtat' The Btoekholdere of the Ohio Life Iasnr
aaco Company are notified that the Annual Meeting
iortne cuoiceoi ui rectors win do neia at toe omc
the company, Mo. M West Third-street, on MON-
ua I, tne etn aay oi renruary, lao, Deiween U
ooura ot ii oxiocst a. m. ana i r. jn,
lain
HENBY BOCKBY.Beoretorr.
sweSCHIIiBLAINS AND FROST
ak ID rKKT.-Pslmsr'i Vegetable Cosmetic
Lotion i th never-failing remedy for these great
annoyance. It not only effect a complete cure,
ones oyone toorougn application, nut ltoeoi
liability to a return oi tne same aimouity.
saMoyarnaiswanenuty. ;
. . euiiua rAunrnn, agent,
de29 Mo. M West Fourth-etreet.
EVIDENCE ACCUMULATES,
tl.a Oiacamfan, Dee. 17, 186. Mr. S. Palmer
DeMrtJIri tome five year ttnoel reoeiredaaeyere
injury od my left arm, near the elbow, eince which
Ihave bean greatly annoyed by a eotaneone dlaeate
on the tans. After uaiDC various remedies without
suocew, I waa induced to try your Vegetable Co.
metlo Lotion, ana am nappy in informing yon tnat
nee of half a bottle haa left my arm as smooth
and free from diaaau a its mate. .
"""TJaNW.DArnSNnOWfK.
Mo. 144 Weet Third-street.
Tor sal bv dnlf lists everywhere. Be sure to let
palmer's Vegetable Ccemetfe Lotion, and accept of
nothing else? SOLON PALM IB, Agent.
gear xto.eo yf nwrw-mwmBiimwiii v.
KENNED VS MEDICAL DI8
OOVIBT ii acknowledged by themaet em.
nent phvatclans, and by th moat careful dnutcists
throughout tbe United 8tate, to be the most effectual
hiwirf .nni-lflr avar known, and to have relieved mora
tnfferina, and effected more permanent eurse, than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
SaltKheam, Erysipelas, Boald-bead, soalr ernptione
whatsoever nature, are cured by few bottles, and
system restored to full etrength and vigor, full
and explicit directions (or the curs of nloerated tore
eeaia-ar
-a."-y OFFICE OF TUB PA8SBN.
OBBBAILBOAD
OUM PAH
PA WT Of OIMOIM-
ATI, 8. W.eornerof Third
and ka.atatta. Uotober.
10. IBM. This road is now open. Uare will start,
at Intervals of tan minute, from : A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third -street
from Wood to Lawrence-street, and westward oa
fuurth-etrnet to Smith, and oa tffth-etreet to
Wood. Cltiaetu will pleaas bear In mind that th
ears will invariably cross Intense ting etreete before
stopping for aoaaengers.
oou-tl 'jAatSS f, B09t3Xa.PrakltnL
SPECIAL NOTICES.
A P P A II A T U S
y MADE TO ORDER, ' ; j
MJFOR BOW LEGS, CLUB
FBBT, Weak Joint, Onrved Spine, and
ouasr rnveioai tieiormities; aiasnoatooaina-s tor a,a.
Urged Veins, Shoulder Braces, Buepsnaory Bandage.
All klhds offlupporten and Bandanna at the Radical
Core Truss IitabU.hmontl of MARSH. COBLI88 A
CO., Mo. West fourth street, opposite tbe High
Bteepia. utncinnati, ana A sou a w., no. J veesy.
street. (Astor House,) Mew Tork. . jeSHa
Marsh'i Radical Cure Truss
frf7tHlg INVENTION, FOR THE
iMaV radical cere of BERNI A (Buptire), enjoys
tha repntatien of a mostexoellentaoatrlvance for the
cure of this dangerous aad troublesome disease. Its
great ojialitloe have been tested in thousands of oaee
with tuocees, whloh could only attatid the most decided
maris, tne entire medical proneelon speak oi tt la
the highest farms.
Persons afflicted with Hernia ohonld oalloa MAB8H.
CO Bt IBS A CO., No. West Fourth street, eoutb side.
vyfusiis ipe uign nteepis, ana nave a cure eaesteo.
U30a
Elastic Stockings.
r?SILK AND COTTON ELASTIC
V' Blockings, Kate Cape and Anklets, for en
larged veioe, swollen and lam joint, Shoulder
Braotaforsspaadingthe cheet, whioh will not out
under the arm. All Kinds of Abdominal Supporter.
Sospensory Bandage, Badical Curs Trusses, and Ap
paratus ur now tiege, uiuo seat, uarvsa spins, ana
all other Physical Moralities, at MABHH, COB.
Lien A UU.'S, No. t west Foartn-atrest, south etde,
opposite tbe High Steeple.
jason
Ihoulder Braces.
MMH8H IMPROVED
Ulfcrff SHOULDEB BBAOI8, for expanding th
Chest and preserving symmetry of form, are so con
structed a to bring the bearing on the ball of the
Shoulder, thereby preventing the cutting under th
arm, so much eomplained of In other Braces. Also,
Truises, Bupportert, Blaetio Stockings, Suspensory
Bandages, Apparatus for Curved Spin, Bow Lege.
Club Vest, and Patent Bandages or Ladies' Periodi
cal Protectors, at tbe Badical Cnre Trues Establish
ment or MABHH, COBL1SS A CO., Mo. S Weet
Fourth-street, tooth-tide, opposite the High Steeple,
Cincinnati, jaan-a
laspensory Bandages,
f'7MAR8H'S NEW STYLE EXA9
Vakasr TIC Snspeasory Bandages are superior to
all others, and require no strings or loops. Shoulder
nA- VI-,ltJ..nl.i Tr.. a - .1 i ,
... . -w, .IM,WHWVUU,h UUinU. U U I ICS, ,UU Mil
kinds of Trusses may be found Iri great variety, at the
Badical Cure Truss Establishment of MABSET, COB
LISS A CO.. S West fourth etreet, south side, oppo
site the High Steeple. Apparatus lor Bow Legs, Club
t wet. Curved Bplae, e.0., made to order.
jaOT
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Complimentary Benefit to Eliza Logan.
TO HISS ELIZA LOGAN:
THE UNDERSIGNED DE8IEE TO TEN
derto yon a complimentary benefit. Savins
for rears been aooustomed to refer to your position
In your pro feeslon with pride, and to your worth in
private life with respect, and to both as a part of
the Amy Htstoat of this olty, we deem it to be due to
you. that unon your retirement from tha atM.
should evinoe in this manner the respect and admire-
eaves Tvuivtu tv aavie
J. L.Vattier, L. A Pratt, '
N. O. Hettleton, Jos. H. Comwell,
Oen. Paul Anderson, Frank P. Cablll,
J. LeBontllller. Samuel Johnson,
Wm. Wiswell.Jr. Geo. Selves,
H. P. Burlbut, John V. Watson,
J. H. Beard, Isaao B. West,
W.P.Noble. I. B.Beed,
A. McDonald, Jas. U. Starr,
Charles ljooml, a Q. W. Carter.
Herman TJuhme, Si. H. Uedary.
B. B. Smith, Wm. Wilson HcOrew,
-a. v won, j. jo . -iraiiiey,
Geo. B. Dodd, O. W. Thomas,
Henry O. Gilbert, J.B.Morton,
W.J.Aldriob, O.H.Deland,
Kdward&hay, Chae. Goseage,
V.J. ttchlff, David r. Baker,
Wm. CowqullI, John MoLelland,
. J. 8. Daniel, John W. Sweeney,
O. B. Geoffrey, D.J. O. Kerr
Chat. f. Wilstach, and 368 others.
Jas. F. Trneman,
To Messrs. J. L. Tattler, K. O. Nettleton, Paul
Anderson. J. L. Boutillier, Wm. Wiswell, Jr., W.
P. Unrlbnt, and others :
Gintuhik-i accept the Oompllmeotary Benefit
yon have tendered me, with feelings of peculiar
satisfaction. In this oity I oommenced my struggle
for professional fame, and whenever I hare needed
the voice of encouragement to cheer me on in the
arduous endeavor, it waa given here, first and kind
liest, by my steadfast friends. Through all the
vlclsaitudee of my oareer, my heart haa beat high
with mv remembrances or Cincinnati, where was
centered all my home attachments. And new that I
am about to rellnauleh a pursuit in which I have
realized more than my expectations or deserts, it
fills me with a just end honest pride to think lam
the recipient of an honor to delicately beetowed.
I have the permisslo of Mr. Bllsler to name
Monday evening next for the compliment. -Very
Bespeotfiilly,
Je-B-b ELIZA LOGAN.
Pure Catawba Wine.
10
j30o
BBL8. EXTRA FINE CATAWBA
Wine, Inst received.
BDWABD SUANLAN eVCO., Druggists,
H. E. corner of Fourth and Maln-at.
Bay Rum.
lUBB CONCENTRATED BAT RUM, of
extra navor. or sale D
by
BDWABD SOANLAN at 00., Druggist,
aOo
a. m, cor, jronrtn sag nun-stress.
Pure Coal Oil.
PURE COAL OIL, WHITE AND DE-
tnantities to suit.
aywAali HuaHLAS A CO., Druggists,
jaarc M. E. cor. Fourth and Main-street.
Oil for Sewing Machines.
PURB 8PERM OIL, REPINED EX
PRESSLY for tewing machines and other ftne
machinery. For sale in Quantities to suit.
BDWABD BOaNLaK AOO.,Druolat,
jaSOe M. B. corner of Fourth and Main-sts.
Old Castile Soap,
lOri BOXES OLD CA8TILE SOAP ;
mXTXW 1 gross Low A Son's Glycerin Soap :
10 gross Low A Son's Honey Soap :
10 groes Clover's Honey Soap.
AImi. alar, an4 ..Uu) . un., - - V . 1.
lisb and Amerlcaa Toilet Soaps. For sals cheap. .
, ui SHJAMLAa A OO., Druggists,
JaaOo K. B. corner of Main and Fonrth-sts.
Concentrated Mineral Water.
MINERAL WATER, FROM THE AR
TBSIAN Well, St. Catherines, Canada West,
a sovereign remedy for liver and kidney complaints,
a eorreoltve for Indigestion and Its various and man
fold eoaseouenoee, and an external applioatloa for
ehronio rheumatism, gout, lumbago, neuralgia
scrofula and all diseases ef tie ekin attended with
aallora sucoesa In all cases. For sals by
BDWABD BOANLnN A CO.,
' ' Druggists and Chemists,
1300 a. II. earner of Main and Fonrth-sts.
. Coal! Coal! Coal!
THE CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY
deal la the beet qualities of the various Itinde
of Coals brought to the city.
Offlos and yard, No. 109 East Tbird-ttreet.
Order aoltoited and promptly attended to. '
)eMew W. M. BDBBELL, Seo'y.
Cannol Coal.
TIaTOW REOBIVINfl A tnpcrlor artiele ef
ZL 7 wai, ana ror amie at no. ip just
Third -street. .
jaleaw W. M. ETJBBELL, BecreUry.
" Winifrede CoaL
AFRESH LOT. DIRECT IROM THI
mines, and an excellent artiele for cooking
t ye. Bor tale atlOS East Tbird-street.
jastew W. M. HDBBEUL, Seo'y.
HEOKER'8 FARINA-Jnst teeelred, U
0,x,uHck,' sartii. For sale, wholaaal
MdntalLby A. McDONALD (X).,
jaM - es and Branch Btose MS Wast fonrth-at. '
U ACER'S COCOA-Jutt raoaivad. 11 bozaa
B-J Baker's Cocea. For sale, wholesale and retail,
r ' . m. aaeiVi.auj as w..
iawi . BTnBB tors S4 West Foortht
aTkLIVK OIL Jn.t 49 A avaii
tF gsgoMvsry superior Oil. For sale, wholesale
130 J, and Branch Store, h Watt renrtait,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BENZINE
WILL CLEAN 6 LOVES,
WILL OBAN SILKd,
WILL CL1AN BIBBON8.
Will. CLBAH VCLVKTS,
WILL OLBAM CLOTH,
WILL OLIAH rCIUIITUXS.
Will clean every artiele of !
WEARING APPAREL;
Will clean Books aad Paper.
BENZINE
Will not Injure the texture or color of any aptlcle to
wmon mar oe appuea.
Beniine is Economical, .
BsnzinoJs Efficient.
Benzine is Eeliable.
DON'T FAIL TO TBT THS
' Prepared by ' ' OUIBI. BCKSTBIH B CO., '
JOo - t - , Opposite the Postoffloo.
For, Chapped Hands, &c.,
OLTOAMIL OF ROSES, .
Olveeiin Lotion.
. Qlyoeria Oampher lee, -
-. ' . IMH Draawi.
jkauswu,
Clever A Low's Honey Soap,
.. Clever A Low'e Olroerln Soap,
For sale by STJIKB, ECKHTKIN BCO.,
jaaoo Opposite the Poetofflta.
Glycerole of Arnica. ; -
FOll BURNS, BCALD9,BBUISES, ODTS,
Wounds. Bores. 4c. the Glycerols of Arnica la
nnrtvaled. It relieve pain immediately and cures
enectnauy. rreparea ana tor sale oy
DuiJtai, atunain uu.,
1300 Opposite the Pctoffle.
Havana Cigars.
HAVING BKCEIVID LABOB A DDI
TIONS to onr stock of choioe Havana., onr
assortment is unsurpassed, and every variety of tasles
oat be suited, aa our selections are made from the
stocks of th largest Importers in the country.
Bviam, -w it Bit-in m w.,
ja8e . Oppseite the Poetofflce.
Superior Writing-paper..
LEGAL, . : '-
KECOED AND '- ,
CONGRESS OAF :
MERCANTILE, .
s. , C0NGEES8 AND ' .
CABINET LETTER :
MESCANTILE, . ..
C0NGBESS AND ,
TREABUBY-N0T1
Laid and Wore. White and Blue.
For ule bf tbe retm or cm t th lowest rate.
Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co.,
Stationer and Blank -book Manufacturers,
No. 25 West Fourth-street
JaMbl .
Wigwam Tonic.
AFRESH SUPPLY OF THIS EXCEL
LENT TON 10 just received and for tale by
ALBEKT BOSS. Druggist,
a3 S. W. cor. Kigb tb-st. and Western-row.
Essence of Fine-Apple,
ESSENCE OF LEMON. OIL OF LEMON,
Essence of Btrawberrv. Oil of Orange. Essence
of Orange, Ull of Bote, for sale by
. . aiiosjitr huob, urusgist,
JSSO B. W. cor, tclgath-t. and WMtern.ener.
Pure Liquors.
w
E HAVE ON HAND A LARGE SUP
PLY of Lliuort, selected eipeolally for medl-
cal purposes, such as Old Cognac liranar. Old Bour
bon Whisky, Old Bre Whisky, Old Holland Gin,
Old Port Wine. Old Sherry Wine, Old Madtria Wine,
Old Oatawba Wine. For sale hy
i r D.)i nnoD ...
Ja30
B. W. oor. Blghtk-st. ami Wettern-rew.
Eednction of Prices!
"Warranted Btrlotly Vmrt" Greand Sploe.
Th nsnal sited package at a lower price.
A larger sited package at the nsnal price.
WE HAVE THIS DAT MADE THE
following reduction in our prices for Bar.
riton, Eaton A Co.'s brand of Ground Spices, vis.:
Ground Pepper It reduced from W to Mo. per dos.
Do. Allspice do. 40 to 80 do.
Do. Cinnamon do. 40 to 30 do.
Do. Cloves do. 40 to 30 do.
o. Ginger - do. M to 80 do.
aWrTbe usual discount to the wholesale trade. No
Charge for boxes.
In addition to the above, we are putting npa larger
package, which we shall eell at the former price 4uc.
per dozen, making it more desirable for both dealer
and consumer.
In view of tbe numerous articles of an adulterated
character that are constantly thrown npon tbe mar
ket, we Invite the attention of our friends and pa
trout to tbe above-named brand of Spices, assuring
tbem that they are articlet in which there 1 ne
deception- Furthermore, we hereby pledge our
selves that the enallty of the above brand shall
oi se reaseeo, out mat it snail ts tne same
airlctly pure article that hat been manufactured
by the eld tirm (H., B. A Co.) for the last sixteen
years.
BABBIBOM A WILSON.
jaCTaw
W and 101 Walnut-street.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN
the store lately occupied by Heary Falls,
1JT0. 65 West Fourth-street,
And will keep always on hand one ofthe largest
stock and the lateet pat tarnt of
PAPER HANGINGS
To be found In, the country, whloh they offer at
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
At prices beyond competition. V
S. HOLMES & SON
No. 65 West Ponrth-street,
JaWamf Adjoining Pike's' Opera-house.
OleVeitabllsheel Saddlery and Ceaek-Bard-.
war Haaeee . , .
HUNTER, EDMESTON & CO.
168 Maln-at., bet. fourta and Fifth,
Importers, Whotesal Sealer and Uanufacttirert of
Carriage Trimmings
sOLzzXBiaxi.'sr
COACH HARDWARE !
A: FULL STOCK oF ALL KINDS OF
GOODS need In the above trade.
Merchants, Carriage-makers and Saddlers solicited
toea let the old-established hoate befon purchM
log elsewhere, as they are determined not to be out-
i .m my wumry. jaxraw
JOHN 8 O U D E R ' S EXTRA SUGAR
CUBED Dams and Dried Beef et T
! - : .MMd arMfn"Hl-t.'
BEST BRANDS FAMILY FLOUR AT
: COLTEB'S.
JaM Kos. II and Ml Maln-sti-eei
CHOIOE GOLDEN AND HONEY 8YR
UPS at . . COLTEB'S,
jaa . We. 81 tnd UI Halnmtrset.
BAILIE'S PATENT BREAD AND BUT
TX OBACXEBS at OOLTKB'B,
Ja3B Mos-BltandMlMain-etreet.
COAL OIL At 10 Mats per gallon, aad
warranted the bestin the market, et
TKBGlJSON'S '
JalS " Pernor Vlnth and Vlne-streata.
WM. H. BA1.DWIW, ATTORNEY
AND OOVBSBLLOB AT LAW and Master
Oom'niaaioner of the Superior and Common Pleas
gvBjg!1". bo'"" west eornereflK;
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
IflOUlf T v AUDUaiY
. Youni; iJodiea'
Z TI 4JL" U "X" 111
frmr wixt, open its eighth
ifCm B1SSION oa MOM DAT, Tebruary t, with
a full oomplement of able and efflolent Teackert.
Tbe BIDINO SCHOOL, heretofore annonnced, will
be In full operation at that time, with such a number .
of Feale at will accommodate all who with to
practice th healthful and elegant exercise of Ho res
in anthip.
Omnlbase will, hereafter, take the pupils from
their residences la any part of th city each morning,
and return them after tohool-houn. Allwhowlah
to avail themselves of this privilege will pie mak
early application to I. H. WHITB, Welt fourth.
etreet. ' Ja9e.ro
CAN JV AD AY'S
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE TBI
pleasure of annonnolng that, by special ar.
niDgomenis wita tne patentee, tne manuiaoture oi
thii oelebrated Press will hereafter be carried on un
der their immediate and exclusive auspices.
For tha benefit of thoaa unaeouainled with tha
same, we state that Gannaday'e Band-pree it capa-
nie or proaucina a Dale nearly aa oompact ae tncee
made bv a nowar-nreas- la aimnle. oonvsnlaat and
readily transportable by wagon from farm to farm.
Moreover, it require no skill In mechanism to set
np, operate, keep la order or take It down.
Hay Prose, Ko. i, weighs 1,000 lbs., price.Mj7S
Hay Press, No. S, weighs l.JSO lbs., prlco..,- SO
Cotton Preee, weight 1,500 lb , price...... JCO
Shinned free of oharae for drav&ce. on reoeist of
price. HXDQBS. fBBI A CO.,
ne. mainireet, Cincinnati, unio.
N. B. A full desorlptlve circular oa application.
LiaaTo
GROVER & BAKER'S
New and Improved
SIIUTTLI OR LOCK STITCH
The bett and only Machines In the market tollable
for all klndi of manufacturing purposes at the
LOW PRICE OF $50.
GROVER & BAKER,
SEWING MAO0INB CO.,
58 West Fourth-street.
tieastfj .
CHEAP TABLES.
157 Overcoats;
75 Cass. Business Coats;
64 Cloth Frock Coats;
100 pairs Fancy Cass. Pants ;
33 Cassimere Vests ;
75 Silk Vests.
KTTbi above will be sold at east nrlcee toeloae
WlnUrSlook.:
Te W. SPRAQUE It CO.,
Ja2icw 8. 1, oorner Fourth and Vine-its.
EEMOYAL.
JANUARY 26, 1860.
BRADLEY-& WEBB
Have this day nemoved to their KEW BTOBB,
ios nvcnixx-st..
Where, with greatly-increased facllltiei, they will
. i- , ; , continue th
8TATI05EEI,
; I. JOB PRINTING.
BISDING ana
Blank Book Manufacturing Business.
: rjaaetf-Mpi
xlBMOVAL,
IHAVE EEMOVED MY SEAL EN
OB ATIMO and Light Machine Work te the large
and elegant building . .
No. 64 West Fourth-street,
Between Walnut and Tine, Third Flour.
If YOU WANT A BKAb PBESS;
IF TOO WANT A BEWINQ MA0HINK I
If yon want any kind of light MACHINERY made or
repaired, Ull mm A UAaiIi.
jaaatf
1 V. EVANB, Ja.
W. M. F. HEWSON,
Auctioneer, end Stock anal Bill Broker,
No. 33 Thlrd-st., Basement of Masonlo Buldlng.
Stocks and Bond bought and sold on com million.
Mercantile Paper and Loans negotiated.
Motes, Dividends and Interest Uoupon oolleoted,
AUCTION SALES
Of Stockt, Bonds, Baal Jstato, Ac, en any day re
quired. . eur Th patronage of th public I respectfully to-
Ucited. JaMcm
JUDSONIAN
FEMALE SEMINARY,
CABNB Alt PLACE, COVINaTON, KT.,
between Tenth and Eleventh-otreetl. The
Xighth Seen ton of this Inttltutlon will eommeno
oa MONDAY, January), i860,
HI8S b. A. UAIMXhTpBINOIPAIi,
Assisted by a full eorps of Teaohera. One hundred
pupil bay been enrolled the put seeeloa. Btilla
law more can be aooommodateu, For further par
ticnlnrs, oaulognaa may be obtained by addressing
the Principal. - jailbw
Tin-ware, Spouting, &c.
AsOrPAERY,
NO. M YINK-BTBEST, NEiB FBONT,
t CINCINNATI, 4 -
KEEPS ON HAND AND MANOIA0
TDBK8 to order all varieties or Tin and Sheet.
Iron Ware, Public Lanterns, and other artlole in
bit line, Manufactures to order all varieties of ale
taUlo BooDlug, Tin, Copper and Sheet-iron.
Lantern Olae always oa hand. -Orders
from distance promptly attended to.
A few Stoves on hand to dispose of cheap for own.
Btove-pipa furnished endjtrt up at abort notloe,
.' V 331 and 339
CENTRAL-AVENUE,
" ( nm.) ' , ' ,
HOUSE FURNISHING DEP0TS
Chlna, Glass and Qneeneware. O, O. TINOB
raspeotfully calls the attention of visitors and house,
keepers in Oinoinnatl to hit complete assortment ot
English, trench, German aad American manufac
turers In this line. Catalogue on applioatloa, and
a liberal dismantle person furnishing. Two lines
ef railroad cars past the store. ljs2oew.
F
KESH BALTIM0BB OYSTERS Re-
eeiveamryaarai
;i
Corner Xkitb and Yine-ttre,U.

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