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THE PRESS.
Ah 01 W. PBANOISOO. JOBS D. OiXD WILL.
' ' ihmu anraoraiaions. -
TUESDAY .
..JANUARY 31
The Vote Yesterday for Speaker.
Mr. Sherman mad a speeoh jresterdsj In
Congress," declining further seadideoj for
Speaker. Three ballots were had without
choice. Each time Smith being two TOtet
behind Pennington, (Kepoblioan,) and twice
M. Fenntngton being within two Totes of
lection. Mr.Rlgrs,whoyotedforMr.SmUh,
ill to-day, no doubt, tarn the icale in favor
f hie oolleague, Mr. Pennington, and
elect him. Tht Republican vote ii 113;
Eolith Americans 23; Administration Dem
oerals 93; Antl-Leoomptoa ' Demoerate ' 8--vii:
Garnet B. Adrian and Jater R. Rlggs,
of N. J.; Horace F. eiark, John B. Hasklns,
end John H. Reynolds, of N. Y.t John Hick
man and John Schwartz, of Penn.; and John
G. Davie, of Ind. i ;
Mr. Reynold's la absent; unpaired. . Sir.
Brigg'i, alio, of N. Y.,the only North Amer
ican in Congreei who would sot Tote for Saer
uan, but Agreed to Tote for Pennington, 1
paired off with Mr. Soranton, of Penn., a Be"
publican..'-If theie attend to-day, no doubt
Mr. Pennington will be Speaker. "
;
The General Assembly of Ohio.
Both Houses will meet tbli morning, agree
ably to en adjournment nude early on Satur
day. Gov. Dennlson will, doabtlees, recom
mend the appointment of a oommittea to cor
respond with the Legislatarei of Tennessee
and Kentucky in reference to the Invitation to
-visit New York. A Kentuoky Senator while
at the capital remarked that it would be a
benefit to the people of Ohio if those present
would pocket all the bills introduced or printed,
and e&oh member of each Legislature oould
go out and hear the honest voioe of the people
in New York and elsewhere for the Union.
Old Whig Stock Looking Up.
Bepubllcans have been driven from sup
port of their favorite candidate to an old
Whig; and every vote in Congress, south of
Mason A Di ion's line, was given Cor Speaker
to Smith, of North Carolina, who li recog
nized as a South American Whig. Old "Rip
Van Winkle" il Waking up. ; ! ; ;
Man Eillid bt a Blow or thi Fist. Re
cently at Ooonomowoe, Wis., a parti of men
were playing cards, when one of them, Joseph
Mills, accused a fellow named Egan of cheat
ing., Egan, a few minutee after, met Mills by
the door, and struck him a powerful blow
nndor the jaw with his fist, stretching him
aa on tne noor.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, January 30.
SENATE. Sundry memorials and petitions
woro presented.
Mr. Johnson, of Arkansas, presented a pe
tition in favor of the Homestead bill.
Mr. Grimes corrected a statement of Mr.
Toombs, that Iowa had pasted unconstitutional
law. The Republicans had had possession of
that State for years, yet the General Assembly
sever passed laws in contravention of the fugitive-slave
law, or in dorrogation of the rights
of the people of the Southern States.
Mr. Toombs hoped the Senator was right in
his correction. He expressly said he had not
the proofs before him, and that he made his
statement on information he had received.
Mr. Brown's resolution ooming up Mr. Wil
son moved an amendment that the Territories
are the common property of the people of the
Unind States ; that Congress has the power
to pass the laws necessary for the Territories ;
that it is the duty of Congress so to legislate
as to protect the interest of tree labor in
them, and that 'he Committee on Territories
be instructed to insert a clause in the bills
orginizing Territories prohibiting slavery
therein.
Mr. Nicholson addressed the Senate upon
the irrepressible oonflict. He attacked Mr.
'Beward s theory; and contended. there was no
irrepressible oonflict between the interests of
the two sections. He charged that Mr.Seward
wan the author of the doctrines which caused
the John Brown foray, and that he has made
the present agitation between the sections,
p.nd may yet cause the destruction of the
Union. He contended that .slavery was not a
curse to the Sonth, and quoted statistic com
paring five Southern Stales with six New Eng
land States, the comparison being favorable to
the South. Labor has been compelled to bow
to the exactness of capital in theNorth aievery
where else, notwithstanding the assertion of
the Senator from Now York. Free labor com
plains that its condition if no belter than
slavery. Free labor has a oonflict at home
with capital, and therefore is in no oondition
to enter into a conflict with slave labor, it
wai the mere expedient of capitalists to divert
the free laborer from a true conflict
This is a oonflict politically between the two
section", one side maintains that slavery is a
l'cal wrong, and the other side that it is a
1.;cal right. I n the course of his remarks he
aid in the ease of Kansas which is likely to
lie the last Territory organised for some time,
in which there will be a chance to establish
slavery. The Sonth had the empty triumph
of the laws in her favor, while the North
bad the substantial triumph of the laws
in her favor. He said the Republicans
and Abolitionists only differed as to the
,mode of reaching the same end. The result
to the South will be eqally disastrous, whether
the abolition of slavery is accomplished by
the slow process advocated by the Repub
licans by which the Constitution Is to be
made the executioner of slavery or by the
mode desired by the Abolitionists. He was
not prepared to decide ia advance what con
tingency would justify the dissolution of the
Union. It was too great a question to be
hastily determined. If our appeals are disre
garded, and oar warn I dm met with derision.
and we be compelled to seek independence,
our antecedent action should be marked with
' ruIenee. He would bare no words uttered
by Southern men which oould be interpreted
as a menace at the North; at thaame time if
, all other wranings were disregarded he was in
favor of independence. He urged moderation
, on the part of the South, and expressed the
hope of a preservation of the Union. .
Mr. Fitch moved to postpone the subject
until Wednesday. Carried. ., .
After Executive session the Senate ad
curned. ; -
HOUSE. The galleries were mors densely
crowded than at any former period daring the
session. By eleves o'clock not a seat was to
be bad, and crowds were wedged io the vari
ous doorways, while the lobbies were alike
uncomfortable with persons oi both sexes.
The seats especially set apart for the diplo
mats corps, with the exception ef the front
tier, were occupied by ladies.
, Members and others were gathered in groups
u the floor. The general scene was eharsc
iirised by unusual exoltement.
Many strangers have arrived since Saturday
t" witness the proceedings consequent upon
the eleotlon of a Speaker. . .
Itev. Mr. Keonsrd. in the conn af hi.
prayer, implored the Almighty to come to the
teitverance ei tne country from its present ex
citement and dancer, and to renew the bond
ft onlidenoe whioh formerly existed as to our
Confederacy.
The Clerk stated the pending question to be
V-n the motion made by- Mr. Wloslow en Jri
d i v to proceed to a vote eisa m.
, Mr. Davidson asked leave to offer resolu
tion that the doorkeeper be directed to exolude
all persons not entitled to the privilege, un
der the rules of the House, from the floor ex
cept ampioyes actually engaged in the hall. "
. Mr. Clemens gallantly asked Mr. Davidson
to except the livdiee from the operation of the
reeolutlon.
- Mr. Davidson laid there were more out
siders on the floor than members.
Mr. Smith, of Va., also desired the ladies
now os the flooi to remain. ' , :
Mr. Stanton remarked that if they permit
them to remain, others would claim, the privi
lege. ! . . . ,
Mr.! Yallandigham 1 said that if persons
were here contrary to the rules, they were lia
ble to expulsion by the door-keeper, but it
was top late to exclude the ladies, as they had
been invited here.
Mr. Davidson repeated that there were all
kinds of poople on the floor. - The time bad
come when this should be stopped. -
Mr. John Cochrane moved that the ladies
be excepted from the operation of Mr. David
son's resolution. This was a higher privilege
than belonged to the male sex. Laughter. -
Mr. Olin reminded gentlemen that we have
no rules. '
Mr. Smith, of Va., replied, we hare the par
liamentary law.
Mr. Montgomery said that some weeks ago
they passed a resolution for the preservation
of order, and the door-keeper could therefore
enforce the ruler.
Mr Phelps said the seventeenth rule ex
oludei ladles and all those to whom special
reference was not made. '
i Mr; Eilgour was for excluding all notprlvi
liged to the floor. ' - -
Mr. Craig, of North Carolina, amid the
confusion, moved a call of the House. Mr.
Speaker, if you will exolude the ladies I will
vote against the resolution. - -
Mi. Burnett said it was the duty of the
doorkeeper to exclude all not entitled to the
privilege or the floor; he had as much gal
lantry as Mr. Cochrane, but if the doers were
thrown open to all it would be impossible to
transaot business. The Hall was already
crowded, and to admit a part of the ladies
would be dealing unjustly toward the re
mainder of them. To favor the former would
make the latter mad.
After further conversation, Mr. Stanton of
fered a resolution that the doorkeeper exclude
ell persons not members of the House. Many
voices eaid -"Except the ladies, don't put
them out." They seemed agreed to it, but
the faot wae doubted by several gentlemen.
Mr. Ashmore yielded to no man in gal
lantry, but he did not understand Mr. Stan
ton's resolution to except the ladies.
Mr. Garrett objected to a call of the House
being proceeded with until outsiders were ex
cluded from the floor.
' The Speaker said it was not in the power of
any member to arrest the call.
' Mr. Ashmore insisted upon the enforcement
of the rules. . Unless those unpriviledged per
sona were exoluded the House waa here as a
mob. If the ladies now on the floor be not
exoluded the wives and daughters of others
would claim a similar courtesy. Applause
in the galleries
The Clerk said he had no power over the
doorkeeper.
The ladies, about forty In numbor, here be
gan to retire from the floor.
Mr. Curtlas said something amid the oon fu
sion, to whioh Mr. Garnett said there should
be a strict and impartial execution of the rules.
' Mr. Kellinger said as the ladies had been .
turned out the men now here by privilege
should be put out.
Mr. Ashmore I go with yon.
Mr. Uiokman suggested as a remedy that
all the members withdraw for five minutes
end let the floor be oleared, and then the door
keeper could distinguish as they returned who
were members. Voice, that would be the
nest way.
Mr. Hrigfjs saw no necessity for such a
course. It all tne members take their seats it
could easily be ascertained who were not priv
ileged.
The House was called, and the only ab
sentees reported were Brown, of Ky., C. B.
Cochrane and Stalworth.
Mr. Van Wyck asked the Democratic- mem
bers from New York to make a pair for Mr.
C. B. Cochrane.
Mr. Craig, of N. C, suggested that Mr.
Cochrane be paired with Mr. Stalworth.
Mr. Van Wyck objected to this, that among
other reasons Mr. Stalworth had never been
here.
Mr. John Cochrane said he eould not con
sent to a pair with his collogue, unless it
could be shown that he was under some pecu
liar personal obligation to do so. He felt that
a superior obligation of party, as well of patri
otic considerations, prevented him from lend
ing nimseit to a pair. . - r
Mr. Delano referred to the fact that he had
on a former occasion paired with Mr. John
Cochrane three days, with the understanding
that the latter was not able to attend from
sickness. The same courtesy and humanity
suouict ce extended to Mr. u&rx rj. goohrene
from the Democratic side;
During these proceedings the floor was
cleared of ladies, and many unprivileged per-
auui oi iuw oiuer sex.
Mr. Clemens, in consideration of the cour
tesy always extended to him by the Republi
cans, was willing in a spirit of magnanimity
to pair off with Mr. Cochrane if the Republi
cans would furnish a pair to Mr. Stalworth.
No understanding was arrived at on this
subject.
The House proceeded to the election of
Speaker.
Mr. Sherman rose amid profound silence,
and said throughout this prolonged contest he
had been supported by a large plurality of bis
friends; they till now bad adhered to him with
a fidelity and devotion which he respected,
and which he believed had received the ap-
Klaus ef their constituents. They had stood
ere undismayed amid threats of disunion
and disorganisation, conscious of the rectitude
of their intentions, firm in their adoration of
the Constitution and the obedience to all laws
they had been silent, firm and manly. On
the other band, they have seen their ancient
and national adversaries broken into frag
ments; they have seen .some of them com
bined by written agreements to prevent a ma
jority of this House from prescribing rules for
the organization of this body; they have beard
others proolaim that if a Republican President
be elected tbey would tear down this fair fab
ric, and break up the Union ef these States,
and now tbey nave seen their anoient ad
versary broken, dispersed and disorganized,
unite in supporting a gentleman here in open
and avowed hostility to their organization. I
should regret extremely, and I believe It would
oe a national oaiamtty to nave any one who is
a supporter, directly or indirectly, of this Ad
ministration, or wbo owed it allegiance, or af
fection, oooupy any position in this House,
ana it wouia, it seems to me, be a ratal mis
take to trust the power of the House in the
hands of or under the control of gentlemen
who have proclaimed that la any event, and
under any circumstances, they would dissolve
the union of these States. I regard it as the
highest duty to submerge personal feelings,
ana mat every man snouia sacriSoe all pri
vate feelings and all private interests for the
good of lys country.
I proclaimed here a few days ago that I have
always stood on the position that, when any
oi my political mends or associates eould
combine a greater number of votes than I
could, I would retire from the scene, and give
mm mo nonor, mere is any in tne position
I eeeopy. I believe that the time has now ar
rived! I believe a greater concentration can
be made en another gentleman than upon
myself, of those outside of the Republioan or
ganisation; I therefore respectfully withdraw
my name as a candidate, and in so doing,
Mr. Clerk, you will allow me to return my
heartfelt thanks to all my political friends
who have stood by me ia this oontest. especi
ally to those with whom I am not connected
By party ties, bnt by the nlgher ties of mu
tual sympathy, respect and sffection. Sir, if I
had one more favor to ask of them it would be
that In an unbroken column, with an un falter
ing front and unwavering column, every man
ef them wheel into the line and east his vote
in favor of any gentleman belonging to our
organization who can command a majority of
uus Ami
The House then proceeded to rote. When
e name of Mr. Larlbee was called he sent up
nrtvftfc lull wrltton K m .liatla..ilat..Jl
German citizen of! Wisconsin, In whioh the
writer sam ae naa conversed with various of
Yim Ann tli tn Antfl wTka a.vf film i ua
any Sonth American to smoke out the Blaok
1nki:AAn. T.l. 31 . ... ...
..rajuwiivaue. aiw resuiug WW leOOlVOU WllB
laughter and cries of "Good." The name of
the
wnver was caiiea lor, oy Mr. rotter among
others,
w. liKitw emu u waa a private
IT WnnM AllAW Ma AnllMamA a au
letter.
the
flltnn If th InttAP wmtM hU mam
The result of the rote was announced amid'
Dreamless attention:, wnoie number of rotes,
234; necessary to a choice, 118; Pennington,
116; Smith, of N. 0., 113; scattering . ,.
air. niosiow mevea tnai ue House proceed
another ballot. : - : . t
Mr. Sherman. avtdMitlv tint huln
to
Mr. Wlnslow, olaimed the right to the floor.
xnis seemingly was aooorded to him. i He
made k motion aimilar to that nt M Wln.U
Laughter. .; ,
.'ine House again voted: Whole number of
votes, 232; necessary to a choloe, 117; Penning
ton, 115; Smith, 113; Davis, of Ind., 2; Allen,
1; Booock, 1. . .
The aggregate was lessened by Messrs. Pen
nington and Smith not voting. ...
Mr. Winslow moved the House adjourn. ... .
The Republioan side d mended the yeas and
nays. -..,, ,:.; '.,., .,.
Mr. Clemens wanted to know whether the
Pemocratio side intended resorting to parlia
mentary rules and prevent an eleotion. , , ,-.
' Mr. Houston did not understand that any
one on that sides wished to do such a thing.
The House refused to adjourn, and again
roted. : i . . ,
When the name of Mr. Rlggs was called,
he said that he had been informed his rote for
Mr. Pennington would effect his eleotion,
therefore, not desiring to identify himself
with the Republiean party, be oast his vote in
that direction. ' Applause from the Repub
lican side and biases from the galleries. . .
The ballot resulted: Necessary to a choice
117; Pennington 116; Smith 113; Scattering 8.
Before the result was announced Mr. Brlggs
made a personal explanation, saying he weuld
now rote for Mr. Smith, according to bis party
pledge, but he anticipated the time would
eome when he oould vote for Mr. Pennington.
Applause on Republican side. -Heacoused
those who voted for Mr. Smith, and then
ohanued to Mr. Panntnirtnii. vniltv f iu.
" , o 1 o j -
mous conduot. i . . ., . . ...
Mr. Rlggs withdrew his vote for Mr. Pen
nington , . , - :
Mr. Morris, of Penn., and Mr. Vallandlg
ham, replied to the charge of Mr. Brlggs. ;
Adjourned, i, , ;. ,
Later from Mexico.
Nkw Oblsahs, January 30, The V.' 8.
steam corvette Brooklyn, from Vera Cms 24th
inst., touched at the month of the river yes
terday on her way to Pensaoola. Minister
MoLane was a natnana-i tam tn
- I vwu.v wv .UV W 1 T
in the steamer Uout Taylor, which arrived to-
u7 icum new ion vta Havana. -
Mr. MoLaae will remain here a week, after
which he will return to Vera Orus in the
Brooklyn. He has important dispatches for
the sovernment. and awnlta ta1a.riii.. in
structions. Affairs at Vera Cruz were quiet.
Detachments of marines bare been stationed
at Tampioo and Minitillan for the protection
of American citizens. In itonniiii.. nt vri
mon's threatened expedition to the coast.
Auvioes irom ia ony oi Mexico are to the
19th inst. Mlramon was preparing aa expedi
tion strain J t (Junnrnl flaTniml t m t...i-
The olergy refused Miramon funds for his'
Vera Cruz expedition, considering It a ruse to
ffflt til A '1TIATIAV- M iramsivt nnArnAAi srt
a - J ' s'avfUBQU DvBIMUK
on tho 28th. A proclamation by Miramon
again jjrouwiB againsi mo M0jj&n treaty.
The British Min.fltar Karl ..i
, ------ pivsvMWU) uisr Mt-
hmatum aemaBdiBg indemnities.
mL. Til i . . ....
ue juioerais cave retaaen an the Padflo
ports captured by Miramon.
Overland Mail.
MltLLOY'S SVATlow. Jnnnara 311 Th r....
land Mail, with California datei to the 10th
Inst.. hiu arrlvAii. (inv T.aiVtm -. u....
, " ru lUswUKU"
rated on tha Oth. Th ftnfr-Inl nr.:..
the all absorbing topic. The mining news
Advlcsi ti
t , " VWJ WD 1U"
dians at Apacha Pass have given intimation of
ojwuBiTe preparations ror tne total extermi
nation of the Overland Mail through their
country, to ba fnllnw.il Kv . l.an .u.
' - j m wwwh li uu vua
settlements. Since the return of the troops
irum ne recent oampaign tne Indians have
become troublesome.
Democratic Banquet.
New York. Januar 3n.A
ftf th TCntirtfial TiAmniirarii TsnlaMalas sT...M V.
eastern eeotion of the State to the Charleston
uonvention, toot piaoe at tne A a tor House to
niffht. In addition tn tha rial.troloa
D 1 -" O U WVIf
was a large number of distinguished gcntle-
mvu ureoom a guests. j.ne nest ieoiing pre
vailed, and among others who made speeches
were Hon. Fernando Wood, Green 0. Brown,
Jas. 8. Rosevelt, and Josiah Sutherland.
oeverai delegates irom tne interior of the State
iron amu proecuiu
Washington Correspondence.
Nsw Yoair, January 30. The Washinulon
correspondence of the Commercial Adtmiinr
says: Should Mr. Pennington be eleated
Speaker, Mr. Forney will doubtless be chosen
Clerk of the House. Mr. Hoffman, of Md..
Bergant-at-Arms; Mr. Hoodman, of N. Y.,
Doorkeeper, and either Mr. Berynton, of Mo.,
Mr. Schnlar, of Mass., or Mr. Lucas, Post
master. - : i :,
River News.
Fittsbubo. January 30 P. M Tha rtv.r
is five , feet ten inches by the pier mark,
and stationary.. The weather is clear and
i i vr i. .
picasnui. no arrivals or departures sinoe
noon. .
LootSVILLI. January 30. The rltar ia fall.
ing slowly, with six feet six inches water
in the Canal. ,
New York Bank Statement.
Niw Yobk. January 30. Decrease in loan..
$757,307; Increase in specie, $3,302,245;
Decrease in circulation. 280.236: Inoraai. in
deposits, $49,246. ' ....)'.
Fatal Accident.
Madison, Ian., January 30. A man named
Carter was knocked off a freight train this af
ternoon on the Jeffsrsonvills Railroad at Blue
Jtuver, and immediately killed..
From Nebraska.
Sr. Louis, January 30 A bill has passed
both houses of the Nebraska Legislature, and
has been siesed by the Governor, calling; a
convention to frame a State Constitution. .,
- : , (
Gibson Granted a New Trial.
CoLUMBoa, Ohio, January 30. The Court of
Common Pleas to-day granted a new trial to
Wm. H. Gibson, former Treasurer of Stale,
who had been convicted of embexzlement. -
The America Not Arrived.
New Yobk, January 30. There were no
signs of the America st Halifax, this morning.
HOME INTEREST.
" A. A. Xyster, Clocks, Watches 'and
Jewilry.llea,Ulandsn Wastera-row., . c - 1
-. !
-: I . ... , !
' Daguerreaa Gallery, sonth-wNt eor-
ner of Blth and Wa.tom.mw. rm. nann.rnr.
imntore. Pfoturas takea and ut ia sTooa eases
oriwenircetiw. warnnieato sieaati t ,t j
" ,"" i
aff "Cheap Tables" is the motto at the
Clothing Xmporium of Boairs. Bpragne at Oe., S. B,
corner of Tine and fourth-streets. The sroods they
rA llffarl ii O mt mat .f tiinnr....iA In 4LI...b
in ..it. umimn.
Strangers vlsltlu" e citi shoutl Bit' fail to give
th.m a call. -
MARRIED.
tT00N0-P4BKlB.-On the. Slat Inst., M the
Rev. Sampson Houston. Prof. John Touog.of La-
JWT. ammvmm nvniwoi 1. ..un vua
doga, i Ulit Clarlaia B., aeeond flanghwr
ariraraer, bk.;oi aeniMiMr, muiaw. : . , . ;
HINSHAW-KHIOaT.-On Ihartday efyalni,
Janiuury 1. by the Kev. O. B. Boyatoo, Kdward,
eldaat son of sir. O. Hemhaw, to Mary, eldest daug n
tar of air. B. Knight, all of this oily. . ,
irFAHT-BAlLBT.-0a the at Inst, br Jas.
Kyle, Km., at tha residence of N. a. Ilffany.-Xenla,
Ohio, Joaesh T. Tiffany, of Illinois, and Miranda A.
Ballay, of Xanla.
HOPKIMS LODOl.-In Madison, Indiana, Jan.
, Sir. Wm. P. Hopkins, of Vinoannee, Indiana, and
kiln Los. Lodge, of Sast Bend, Kentuoky, . ., : j
DIED.
fjAllTWTBIOBT.-In this elty, on Batnrday, Mlh
Instant, of meailes, James Franklin Oartvriiiht,
youngest son of Obeater T. and Catherine tiart
wrigbt, aged two years, three months and five days.
BUTTS. On Snndar, th Inst., of consumption,
bonlsa Saxton, wife of aamuil H. BetU, of Mt. Airy.
Triends and acquaintance are requmtad to attend
her fuuerel, which will Uke place at S P.Jsl. to day,
Slat. Garrlagas will start from John P. Kpply's,
corner of M lath and Plum, at 12X P. at.
BIDDLI.-On Batnrday evening,- at I o'olook,
Bamucl H. Blddl ..agadllfteea months. - ... .
BROOKLOOKIB. Of eonnunptlon, Jan. 1. Mr.
J. Oaorge Brooklookar, of Xvansvilie, Indiana, late
of Cincinnati, tn the sixty-seventh year ef hla age.
JONI8. In Madison. Indiana, Jan. JS, Anna,
only daughtar of B. P. Jones. ; ; , -
. JOHNSTOH.-On Sunday evening, Jan. 31, at 9H
o'clock, Henry Johnston, aged six years and seven
months. ' .t . . - .
, Ills funeral will take place this day, list, at 10
o'clock A. M., from the residence of bia mother, Mo.
89 Beat Third-street. The friends of the family are
reepeotfullj invited to attend without further notioe.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
UI.M.L.
RALPH WALDO EMERSON.
Thursday Evening, Feb'y 2.
SMITH & NIXON'S. ,
Admission, 26 cents. " Doors open at 7 o'clock ; Lec
ture to commence at 8 o'clock. " jaSlo"
Citizens' Committee.
presestIfoib biixs. ;
fttgo-aAT A' MEETING OF THE
Jimf- OOMMITTKK Or ABB AHQEMTCNT8 for
the Jteoption of Gueats, 4c, held yesterday at the
Merchants' Kxohange, it was ,. ,.
ItasoLvin, 'J bat wben the Committee adjourns It
be entll Thnrnlay, Fob. 2, at i o'clock P. M., and
that the Clmlrni.n olve notioe that no bill! will be
allowed or paid unless the same tie presented to him
before that time, or to the Committee at such meet
ing, to be held at the Merchant.' Exchange.
KuniTm. That tha fnreaolnz resolution be sub.
lished in all the city paeera to-morrow and the next
day. H. M. BISHOP, Chairman.
w. J. WHITKMAN, oecreiary.
CiNciswATt, JsonarySO, I860. -)a3lb
HUGHES & BORLAND,
Wholesale Jewelers, ;
fta-HAVE HEMOVED FROM 150
IPSay Walnnt-stroct to their new store-room,
uurin-west corner of Main and Pearl-streete, where
thev an now onenina aa lame a atock of Watches.
Jeaelry, Clocks, Silver Ware, Plated Ware, Watch
Toole and Materials as can be found in the city, and
at prices that oan not fail to please. He member the
store, north-went corner of Main aad Pearl-streets.
Removal.
CHA8. STROBEI, A BRO.'S
Pnekat-bonk Store and Vaotorv have been
removed to Ho. 160 Walnut-street, two doors below
sourtn, where tue nest ami largeei aaionmeni oi
Wallets, Porte-monnales, Purses, Bsgs. Portfolios,
I) ... I. 1 .1..... J ... I i.m I.. l....'.l. . .. .an
U.U..IB IMII U.UMI VMCM IV. V.u.U V IU. WIU
be had at the lowest prices. ja31aw
PfSMcMITiYiAN ROYAL ARCH
CHAPTER. Ko. 10. Stated Oon-
vocailon THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, Jan.
81, A. 1. 3,390, at 7 o'clock. Com anions are
nxjueeted to be punctual in their attend
ance, uy order ot the M. jg. M. r.
jaaia- LiiwruLin puctin.na.auT, eeo-y.
OHIO LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Tho Stockholders of the Ohio Life Insur
ance Company are notified that the Annual Meeting
for the choice of Directors will be held at the office
of the company, Mo. 68 West Third-street, on UON-
uai, toe otn aay oi eeuruary, ineu, neiween tne
hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and 1 P. M.
jalrt UKUlty BOUKKY, Secretary. ,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST
ED FKBT. -Palmer's ToceUble Coametlo
otion is the never-failing remedy for these great
annoyances. It not only eneota a complete cure,
often by one thorough application, bnt it decrease
the liability to n return of the same difficulty. JTor
sale by druggists generally,
BOLON PALMIR, Agent,
' de2 Mo. M West Fourthtreet.
syS?5i-.EVIDENCE ACCUMULATES.
mxLJ CiaaiMHiTi, Deo. 17, 1869.-Mr. B. Palmer
Dear dlr: tome five years since I received a severe
Injury on my left arm, near the elbow, since which
I nave been greatly annoyed by a cutaneous disease
on the same. After using various remedies without
success, I was induced to try your Vegetable Cos
nietio liodon.andam happy in informing yon that
the use of half a bottle baa left soy arm as smooth
and free from disease as its mate.
.- Gratefully yours,
JOHN W. DANKNIIOWKB.
Mo. 146 West Third-street.
For sale by druggists everywhere. Be sure to get
Palmer's Vegetable Oosmetfo Lotion, and accept of
nothing else. SOLON PALMXB, Agent.
deft) Mo. K West Fourth-street, Clnolnnatl, O.
f-f?t KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DIS
kV4a VOVKBT is acknowledged by the most em.
nent phyaioiaus, and by the moot carefnl druggists
throughout tbe United States, to be the moat effectual
blood-purlnerever known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and affected more permanent cures, than
any preparation known to the profeeslon. Scrofula,
Salt ttheum, Erysipelas, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
and explicit directions (or theenreof ulcerated sore
i Ann.. uuiA.i ftMn
M. DIXON. Price (J
eepl-v
ewtfl-y-OKFICE OP THE PA8SEN-X-J
OEKBAILBOAD '- . ammoaw
COMPA1IY OF OlMCIN- w SImIb
MATI.S.W.oornerof Third aKfffe&Ja
and Race-streets, t)ctoherr77OTT,!duo:'L
16, 186.-This road is now open. Care will start,
at intervals of ten mlnutea, from 6:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
ftom Wood to Lawrence-itreet, and westward on
uuru-o.rve tv biuiiu, ana on x litn-itreei to
Wood. OltiaenB will hIahma h..v In mliifl tli.i ih.
care will Invariably cross intretin .traeta berara
stopping for passengers. v
ooto-u .i JAmita i. BOBBINS, President.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
. Pure Catawba Wine.
10
BBLB. EXTRA FINE . CATAWBA
Win., inil Miulvwl
inwlkn HiiAiar.'aw arn
)a30o N. K. corner of Fourth and stain-ate.
Bay Rum.
PURE CONCENTRATED BAT RUM, of
eitra flavor. Foraelafcv
, KB AitD SCAN LAN at CO., Drnrglats, ' j
lCo N. 1. cor. Fourth and Maln-streets.
Pure Coal OH.
-.ii
PURE COAL OIL, WHITE AND DE
ODORI'lCf. stlfBSkVSI nn ttsanst . aTnta aala da.
uaukiix w Dun,
KDWARlJ 8CANLAN ft CO., DniM,, '
a. a. wr. onriD ana hi miirMH.
Oil for Sewing Machines.
TBURE SPERM OIL, REFINED EX?
m. ruaiBBLii tor sewing machines and other Hoe
Biaohiaorv. For sale In quantltief to suit. , ,
' KDWABD BOAMLAM 0O.,Drnseists, i
jaJOo ' i. i M. B. cornerbf fourth and Main-sis.
v. ,r,;01d Citstile Soap.. ,
I lin BOXES OLD CASTILE SOAP j '
M-r7 10 gross Low ft Bon's Glycerin Boap: '
10 gross Low Bon's Honey Koapt - '
v . - r io groat Clever's Honey Bosp, ' .
., A". re and varied aHortmcnt of"Frenfh, ltn-
K.h .nit jmMli.a irnlo aABM -uj J
. . .. ... . . .. v.io.. .ii. hi. uurap,
KUW AHO HCANLAn A Bt).. Drngglats, ' '
Kmc
n. m. oorneros main ana rourln-tle. i
. , -w aui'n"vssis or ' - '
Wood-Working ElaoMneir,
' VAMVVa.AM BAIT I ;
Cjrjt sir Jha aad Watat - sCiaglsusaU.O. '
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BENZINE
WILL CLEAN GLOVES,
WILL OBAN BILKA, '
WILL CLSAN BIB
BON8. -
WILL CLSAN VKLVBTS,
WILL ULSAB ULOTll,
WILL ULCAN rOBNITTJBK
Will clean every artiste of '. '
'WEARING APPAREL,
. . WIU eiean Books aodj Paper.
Will not Injure tbe texture or color of any article io
i which It may beapplled.-.-.y;;, .
Benzine it Eoonomloal, '.HrTit'i:
; Benzine i Efficient. "
: u -' i Benzine is Beliable.
M . ...... , .
! -: DON'T FAIL TO TBt TBK ... . , ,,
Prepared by..
jasoo H
BCIE1, K0E BTKIN A CO.,
Oppoeito the PostoBoe.
For Chapped Hands, &c,
CLT0AMIL OP ROSES,-"""
Glycerin Lotion, -. '1 " "-.:
. - I Qlyoerin Camphor Ioe,
' Cold Cream,
Olycerla Honey.r ,
1 Kallston, , , - ,. ".i.J.ti.
I Clever Lew's Honey Boap,1- ' " '. .
' ....j..-. Clever A Low'. Olycerln Soap.
For tale by - BUlltB, 1CKHTK1N CO., ,v
jatoo . i. Opposite the Postofflca.
' Glycerole of Arnica. ,
FOR BURNS, SCALD9, BRUISES, CUTS
Wounds. Bores. Ac. the Glrcerole of Arnica is
unrivaled. It relieves pain immediately and cures
.ueomany. rreparea ana ror sale ny
BUISl, EOJCBTKIN A 00.,. y.
jaSOe ' utawslte the Postolftoe.
. Havana Cigars. J
HAVIN8 RECEIVED LARGE ADDI
TIONS to onr stock of oholce Havanas, our
assortment is nnsnrnaned. and every varietv of taatea
caa be suited, as our selections are made from the
stocks of the largest Importer, in the country.
cvxMU, unDxai.&. f ivr., .1.
jaMc Opposite the PostolBce, .
Super ior Wriliug-PaprrsJ.
i ...
' ! I!-.-..! II
LEGAL, .
RECORD AND , , '
'"'(' ' CONGRESS CAP j
MERCANTILE, ,,.,,,,. ., . .,
. i r.M'-.f ' conoress and ,;,
i CABINET LETTER)
MERCANTILE,
' , ,-.. CONGRESS AND " '
TREASURY-NOTE
laid and Wove, White and Blue.
For tale by the rami or otise at thft lowwt rUg. "
Moore, Wilstach, Keys & Co.,
: Btalioners and Blauk-book Manufacturers, "'
No. 25 West Fourth-street.
i - ' , . Ijaaob - .
Wigwam Tonic,
AFRESH SUPPLY OE THIS EXCEL
LENT TONIC juat received and for sale by
... ALBKIIT BOS8, Prugtrlsl, "
iaM ' B. W. cor. Klgji tint, and Western-row.
Essence of Pine-Apple,
I ESSENCE OP LEMON, OIL 0? LEMON,
-a Essence of B trawberry. Oil of Orange, Essence
of Orange, Oil of Bose, for sal. by
iLiBattT buob, mnggist, 1
M . W. cor. Kighlh-at. nd Waalem-mar.
Pure Liquors.
w
E HAVE ON HAND A LARGE SUP-
PLY of Lianors.BolftcUd fldDftolsillv far merit.
cal purposes, such as Old Cognac Brandy, Old Bour
bon WLlRkr. Old iiv Whlnk. Old HollAnrl Gin.
Old Port Wine. Old Sherry Wino, Old Uaderia Wine,
viu vett-uwus niuo, 3 it ime ny
at dp Dit nnua T...i-
jaao
nuuntL MUOO. fVlUKKIDIs
8. W. cor. Eighth .t. ami Western-row.
' Reduction of Prices! : .
jWnrramed Strictly Pure" Ground Spices.
,' The usual sized package at a lower price.'
A larger aized package at the usual price.
WE HAVE THIS DAY MADE THE
following reduction In our prices for Har
rison, Katon A Co.'s brand of Groond (jpices, vis.; , .
. Ground Pepper ie reduced from to to IVs, per dos. ,
Do. Allspice do. 40 to 30 do.
- Do. Cinnamon do. 40 to 30 , do. ,
. Do. Cloves , do. ' 40 to 30 do.
' Do. Ginger do. ' & to 30 do.
sWThe usual discount to tbe wholeeal, trade. Mo
charge for boxes.
In addition to tbe above, we are putting up a larger
package, which we shall sell at the former price 4ilc,
ner dozen, niakinff it more dMlrahlA fnr kn.h .la.iav
and consumer. .
In view or tbe numerous articles of an adulterated
character that are constantly thrown upon the mar
ket, we invite the attention or onr friend, and pa
trons to the above-named brand of Spices, assuring
them that they are articles in which there la do
deoeptten. Furthermore, we hereby pledge onr
selves that the euality of the above brand ahnll
not be redweeil, but that it shall ba tha aame
strictly pure article that has been manufactured
by tbe old firm (H., K. A Co.) for the last sixteen
year... , v HA&R180N A WILSON.
ja7aw " 09 and 101 Walnut-street.
REMOVAJli.
fllHK SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN
tne store lately ocotrpied by Heary rails, ; -
No. 65 West Fourth-street, -
And will keep always on hand one of the' largest
stooks and tbe latest patterns oi , ' .,
PAPER HANGINGS
To be found in the country, which they offer at ?
,V, AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,'5 , f:
. ,( At prioea beyond competition.
8. HOLMES & SON,
No. 65 West fourth-street,
jaffamf - ., Adjoining Pike's Opera-house. ,
OU-establl.hed Saddlery aad Coach-Hard-"
"J ' ' ware House. , : ,
.. il,';:; (.,!
HLTER,ED)lESTOHfO.
168 Malu-st., bet. Fourth and Fifth, ,
Importers, Wholesale Dealers and afanqfactarers of
e Trimmings
COACH HARDYARE I
A FULL STOCK OP ALL KINDS OF
GOODS nsed in tb shove trade.. ,
. Merchant., Oarrlage-maker. and Saddlers solicited
to oall at the old-e.tabli.bed house before purchas
ing alMWhere, as they are determined not to be out-
"""" cuuiury. jarjaw
JOBNi S 0,TJ DEE'S EXTRA, SUGAR
COBKD Bains and Dried Beef at "
iaM ' V - ' HctlSand m MainSeet.
BEST BRANDS FAMILY FLOUR AT
. ' v t OOITBR'B, ;
ja i . ' ' Noa.8H and S.1 Halo-street.
CHOICE GOLDEN AND HONEY SIR-TJPgSt'i-i
" v ".mi r' .-i COLTBB'8, .-. I
j.2S rfoa. 31S and 3111 Maln-atrwit;
BAILIE'S PATENT BREAD AND BUT-'
1KB CBACKKH8 at . COLTBB'B, . I
ja?8 . Mo.19an4 Wl Balntreeki '
COAL OIL At 90 seats par -gallon, and
warranted the beat in the markot, at . ' i j
S-HIKHISOM'H"
Jafg:tM f.,.- Qof nay N Ibtb iud Vine-streets.
WW. H. BAIDWIW,1 ATTORNEY
AND OOnttHBLLOB AT LAW and atastet
WiUWlBJilVisVT sj atio ayuasv. iu, sjaaasB VVsnUlOB KtBMM
Muwmmm.mrw sa Wpis WtTaW 94 sBIUtl
NEWADVteENTS ";
m A it m T
Younpr
iOiiOOlun on nuai.i Vii.rr a. with
a full complement of able and emiT .
.' the BUMBO 80HOOL,lieiator'wUI " 1
in mil operation a. wat tumm, wi. nojnbaT
of Panics as will aoootnmodate I to ;
trscuoe me aesumnu ana eiegan, i
manshln. .
Osnalbases will, hsreaftw.lak.l
their residenoet la any part of he s
and return then after scheol-hoil
to avail th.mselTes of this privilege v
early application to I. B. VHIT1.
WESLEYAN FEMALE COS
Between Sixth aad Seyentti
ri'BE FIRST . TERM 0? THE SW
JL ISAO-M clowe with tha semi-annual El
tion on TUOUSDAVand FBlDAY.IheWthlSS.
lnsta. Examlnatlotia of clawM rammenca aV .
patrons are cordially invited to attend.
lui ti j rr 1 1 uniin i v . v
JtUV DWIWU xntuw iivaiu. VU ALOtlVAl t t
lest. One session dally, oommencing at &H
cloin(.tlP.M. ... '
Tor further Information, or for admission, aoi
the Frtaident'. offlca, HoA Oollege Building, bet
e a. ju. ana e oi,
' BOBT. A UTS, Presl'den
nnnucD jp nAfcnM
uiiuiii,;ua uniM.11
Ne v and ' Improved
x
S50
SHUTTLE OR ' LOCK STITCH
n
The best aad only Machines in tbe market suttabls
for all kinds of manufacturing purposes at tha :,
OW PRICE OP
G RO VE R ,& BAKER,
, . SEWING MACHINB 6 ;' "
58 .Westvjrdurth-street. 7
15i'6vercoats ;
75 Cass. Business. Coats; '
64- Clotk Frock Coats;: fi ; " '
100 pairs Fancy-Cass. Pants ;
33 Casslmere Vests ; i
75 Silk Vests. T- .....
Tbe above will be sold ai cost prices to oloes
Winter Stock. . ..
" t ,T, W. S PRAGUE at CO.,
Ja2Jcw ' H. K. corner Fourth and Vins-sls.
EEMOVAL.
; JANUARY 25, 1860,
Iv ft
' i tl ,11
i
' - .-!.!, ....;..,., ,
. ... . . ! i . '.
BRADLEY & VEBD !
Hsve this day removed to their NEW 8T0BI,
183 JM:aSi,IrL-at.,
Where, with greatly-increased fcclllUes, tbey wUl ;
: I ; ' '.''' eontlnns the ' . .r; .
miioRDttT, .';v::-'
; ..... !;JOB PRINTlNe, ' !
'i ' ' BWDINfiand
Blank Book MahufactnriDg Business. ,
' fJaWtf.MpI '' .
; '-BJEllMCOTT'AIsi:;:.-;-
IHAVEllREMOVED MY'BEAL en
OKA VINOand Light Machine Works to the large
and elegiint building , .
; No. 64 West Fourth-street,
Between Walnut and Vine, Thirst Float',
lr rorj want a SKAL PfiBssr. "
ir YOU WANT A BKWISQ M AOHINI ;
If yon waneanykind of HghtMAOHINBBYmadeor
rejmireu, etta mm & VAIili.
jaJJtf
P. IYAN8, Ja.
W. M. F. HEWSON,
Auctioneer, and Stock and Bill Broker, ,
No, 38 Third-st., Basement of Hasonto Buidlog.
Blocks and Bonds bought and sold on commission.
Mercantile PlIMrknil lmn nirnllatait
Motes, Dividends aad Interest Coupons collected
: : APCTIOM BALES
"tit i
Of stocks, Bonds, Beat Istate, Ac, on any day rs-'
quired. . .. , ,
sf The patronage of the public Is respectfully sc.
llolted. ... Jaiocm i
JUDBOWI AN
FEMALE SEMINAIty,
CARlfUAL PIiACB. C0VIN0T0Nr KT.,
hetweea Tenth and "lleventh-etreeU.-Thsl
Kighth H.Mlon of this institution will eommenoa
on MON DAT, January 80, 1860. . .
. MIM8 8. A. IIAIKES, PBIBOlPAt, f i
Assisted by a fnll corps of Teachers. One hundred
Ptipils have been enrolled tbe past seenloa; rJtllia
few more can be accommodated. For further par
ticulars, catalogues ma; be obtained by addressing
the Principal. - ja21bw
Tin-ware,; Spouting, Ac.
A.O.PABBY,
NO. 36 YINB-BTBIKT, KIAB IBONT,
..- , V1MC1NNATI, . .
KBErS ON HAND AND MANTjrifJ
TUBK8 to ordfr all varieties of Tin and Sheet
iron Ware. Public Lanterns, and other articles in
his line. Manufactures to order all varieties of Ate
talllo Kooning, Tin, Copper and Bheet-iron.
Lantern Glass always on hand. , ,
i Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
A few Stove, on band to diapoee of cheap for cash.
Stove-pipe furnished and put up at short notioe.
UaSOtfl i
b .oo 3Q1 and 839 ; 3
CENTRAL-AVENUE,
II!
OUSE FURNISHING DBPOTS-
China. Olaa. and Oriaan.wara. fl: n TENTH
respectfully calls the attention of visitors and house
keepers in Cincinnati to his complete assortment ot
ngllst, French, German and American manuftn
tur" I? Jhls Hoe. Catalogues-on application, and
a liberal duKoontto pettona furnishing, Two lines
or railroad care pass the store. . , fjaaiaw.
, -4 DMINISTBATOK'S NOTICB. -NO--t-
TIOB is hereby alvMilbat the tutacrlber has
been appointed and quallded as Admlstretor on the
Estate of Bugens Traiebas, late of Hamilton County,
decaaed. Alt persons having claims against the
eetale will pleaxe preaent them, and those indebted
to the Mtate wUl please call sod settle without any
farther notice. . .1 . . .
. BOBKBT PALM IB, Administrator.
Pn be found at the Western Museum, corner of
Third and Bieanaore-treet. ja2te-ltaw
mnomnait, January at, tueu
OTIOB. AN ; INVENTORY OP THB
Iltate of Boaena aWtahaaj lata nt Rtmllhiii
&?nflr,dell!,d tak P'acf en the TH1BTF
riBBT (31) DAY Or J ANUABY, laM.coBre.Dciag
Bt loo'oloek, as the Westera Mumusb, aorth-eaat
oorner of Third and Sycamon-.lreet.
. , -BOBUBT FALHIB, AdmtoUtrator.
Cincinnati, January ,1, im. jaite
fjIRESH BALTIMOBE OYSTERS Rs-
eeivMererydaya '-FBBODBON'S,
Jalg
von
' ' - iii'iiiuii 0,
merwlnthand yinaetreets.
BECKER'S JARiMABStfrniysiTlT
boxeS Ueok.r'a JTarlna. JTor sale, wholesalS
andreUU, by . A. McIWNALD A OOj,
jaao1 wbiw wiMHflwwwww Fonrthet.
AKKB'tt COUOA Jntt reoeived, 12 boxes)
BauiaiwuBoea, avrmie, wnoiesaie ana retail.
b(,, .. b. Mcdonald a 06.,
jaifo ' Mand Breach Htor.lt, Wet ronrtHt.
OLI7B 0ID Just reoeived, 32 dozen
n.ions very superior Oil. Por sale, whnlu.i.
I and retail, by A. MoDONALD A CO,
i dalu , m, aal Branch Store, mi We. JTouithl,
All. t WW 'ej.l:'
'TW ev " A . .
Hs'ii . ,
snambar .,
g wish ..-.
mnnvlaa. f y
rVL...w 'Ji'
it
e
1
V'
MAillS!
of Horse
Mla from .
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