FBes account oa first page of ceremonies
ef burial of WeaMagton ta CtaciaaU siaty
years ago. - f.M .:-, r j
Hob. Winter DotU, M.'XJ. of Marrlaad,
yesterday Toteol for Mr Pennington 1br
Speaker. Mr. Dayle was student it Kenyoa
OoUogo, in tela State. On ere roU la
needed to elect Mr. Pennlnetonwho win
gWe It? atf: v" 1 ' f. r:
The Union Sentiment—We Can't Help it.
Thi people Mt a necessity of manifesting by
eotward and visible algal tneir Inward senti
neut of Ioto for the Union. Hsnce the late
demonstration preyee that tie Union scntl
msat U universal. " The anxious desire of
vtterenee, writers UU aa, it independent of
any priaclple ef -UUty., Whet was done was
aot hypocritical) It would have lis blaaon. A
victory ii gained; the people rejoice at Itj they
illuminate their hoeaee and light bonfires..,. It
saay be far la the interior, at a great dlitanoe
from the eneaty. . Ihey neither do It to taunt
the hostile armiei, nor peonllarlly to honor
tboTletora. They do It because their minds
and lottli are In a state of triumph end rejoic
ing, and they can not resist Its manifestation.
This expreejei how Ohio felt toward her neigh
hon and brethren, and to the whole Confed
eraey of whloh they are members. If thli
(tntlment haabeea nuinlfeited with tome In
timation of the lore thfi people hare of the
beautiful, if the outward tlgn intimated a
aoblt Indwelling eplrlt, we trait that our
brethren aeroai the water will appreciate the
itDportanoe of knowing u better and loving
us still more dearly. ' It haa not entered into
the mind of man to eoneetYe What the people
will be when folly developed in harmony
under a benign oonititution in this, our glori
one Union. . "V' i"'-s'r-i5
The Welcome Speech to Kentucky and
The ligai by whloh Cincinnati and Ohio
manifested their Mntimenta to the visitors
from Kentucky and Tenner tee were inch aa to
make a deep impression ; the endeavor of the
orator wu to oonvsy ear ideea to them la
worda. Ihey were addressed as follow-oitt-stnsof
the Amerieaa Vnion, whose soil Is the
common property of erery Amerleaa cltlaen ;
whose history is a common heritage; whose
prosperity is a common blowing, and whose
honor it la our sacred duty to vindicate. It
wsa emphatically pronounced, that there
can be, there will be, there must be,
mo dissolution of the ties that bind: ns
together. It waa maintained that each State
should in letter and spirit have under the
Constitution the exclusive regulation of its
own concerns that there should be mutual
concessions, as- also mutual ; respect ; and, in
the oretor's words we say, God grant that in
our day we shall hear no more of dissension,
or of sectional disunion,, whether of the North
or of the Booth, of the East or of the West,
and that whenever we speak of our country,
we shall attar the sentiment Our wAoie oomk
try Union amd Xtierfy ons and intfatvhU,
.: ' ' -J
The Popular Inquisition.
As Governments are made to secure the hap
piness of the people it ii the duty of those for
whom the government' was constituted to
see for themselves that soundings are taken,
and depth of channels ascertained in the fog
that covers the river, to see that the pilotage
is safe. When parties whloh are calculated to
protest popular rights beoome too enervated
to protest, or tod reckless or maddened to pre
serve the Ship of State front running on the
breakers, a vigilant inquisition and spirited re
minder from the passengers is justifiable to
recall the Captain and sailors to their ' duty
and the genera safety. Both parties' of our
eountry have been" at fault, and it has been
the people who have conferred together on the
affairs of the nationand it Is their wise coun
cils which are now made known to Congress,
which, wf trait, will stay the . tempest and
secure pease; .-.'0 ,j 'V '
The seeming fault in our brother may result
from that slight Infirmity eeeh person possesses,
which likens him to the metal which has to be
worked up for current
"Th -old. eo nnm
It caa not bear the stamp witkool eilor."
la commenting upon the siBgaJaritiesof our
nsighbors of the elave State, let our Judgments
take iu mm wooia vr iaeir position, education
and surroundings. ' Remember; also, our own
short-comings and their merits. . The severity
of reproach need by them to the people of the
free States, it is claimed, justifies retaliation.
Hot so. The highest exercise of charity Is
charity toward the uncharitable.' 1 V
Remarkable Literary Discovery.
The 8t Louis Mwmtmg JhM say "Miss
Georgian M. Sterne, author of Tristram
Shandy has recently published a novel en
titled 'My Village Neighbors.'" This is
something eo entirely new that we most eon
elude the editor of the BulUtm has either been
oat here to the late great LegUlaUve reception,
and gotten eon fused In hie lore, cr he has de
signed to say that Georgians is a relative of
the author of the famous work.
Sending Them to Coventry.
Tbe banishment of the Madison and Braoksa
County Vreesoilers reminds as of the time of
Charles I. Coventry wel the Stronghold of the
Puritans; and at the sommeneement of the
troablss, many of thi despised sect In the
neighboring eonntry, that would fain have
lived quietly at home, were forced by the toy
alists to begone, and to Coventry they came.
Banes the phrase to send to Coventry.
"I hold It a sin to' match in my kindred."
Gov. MsgottU having explored this territory,
having seen the representative-ladies of Ohio;
ii, of course, now prepared to send special
message to the Legislature, by way of rider, to
the communication adverse to the marriage of
ouitaj, reootnmendlag Kentusklans to come
to Ohio for their wives. , ;1 , ,
TVs enter, to-day, the second month of the
year. It asaaUy Is put upon short commons,
having only twenty-eight oajrs. ' This belag
Leap Tear, this month for the especial access
aaodation of the ladies, Is extended so as to
contain twenty-nine days, the last one belag
aa iateroalary day.
Union Medal—A Memorial.
We suggest that a ooln be struck, on one
side to be reprsseoted a picture euhlematlcal
of Kentucky, Tennessee, aad Ohio, in Union.
As oar scan toy oaa boast no higher personages,
none more exalted than a eitlsen, instead 0
having on the obverse of the modal the three
Governors whose affeetionats leave-taking in
the parlor of Hi. Longwortb, was an; Inoldsnt
ef Interest, Instead of evidenoes of pomp and
display so msgnifleent at the Opera-house,
we would suggest e picture's! the Jersey man
aad his wife, jthe representativi "of the plain
people of Ohio, receiving the Execudves, Sen
ators, aad Lsgisiators of sovereign States en
eloqaent type of "a tiller of the soil, and of the
hospitable Amertoan oIHen.;' ;,iv'',rra' 1
Bovaltv and retinue eaa not canal in gran
deur, true sfmpUdty, aad true-Vine sincerity.
Let us have a msdal. Artists, manliest your
skUl end patriotism; :r y
The Committes have detenninsd to present
each guest with a printed sketch of the visit
and reception) and copies for distrlbatloa to
their friends, They hare appropriated $600
to that object, whloh ,1s to be mansgsd by
Runs King and Judge smesJIall. ilt ' lV
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, January 31.
BEHATEi A communication was received
from the Commissioner of Patents, transmitt
ing tbe meteorological observations ot lbo,
whioh he thought of suffloient interest to be
printed.' Referred. ' 1 "'M -Vf,.-
Mr. Irerson introduced a bill to carry out
the provisions of the fifteenth article of the
treaty with Mexioo. ' " -. o .
Mr. Fitoh Introduced a resolution voting
6,000 extra copies of the President's mssiage
and aooompanying documents.' Adopted.,
Mr. Grimes asked to be excused from serv
ing on the Commutes on Private Land Claims.
Granted. ' r " ' ! ' m
Mr. Douglas's resolution was called up
and Mr. Hunter snoke. Be volnted . out
the- vut importance of the products of
slave labor' to --'the people of. a the
North. Be argued that there was no irre
pressible eonfiiot between the sections, and
that the emancipation of tbe slaves would
prove e great Injury to tbe people of all the
sections. If the North could not, in con
sclcnos, carry out the provisions of the Con
stitution, ths manly oourse was to say so and
prepare for a separation.' free sooletywas
an experiment, whereas slavery had been tried
aad proved to be stable. A strict observance
of ths Constitution would save the Union.
Adjourned. ' ; ;: ,; .,-.
HOUSS. Ths galleries are as densely
crowded as yesterday; but the excitement to
day Is aot so Intense, nor Is ths floor Incum
bered with so many unprivileged persons.
of the House. It appeared that the following
gentlemen were absent: Messrs. Boyoe, Stall-
li. t t ir
Somes end Clerk B. Cochrane. The two last
are Republicans. . ,''' "'-
Mr. Sherman moved that the House proceed
to vote for Speaker etva . ' " ' - -
Mr. Window submitted that the motion was
not in order, pending the proceedings undsr
ue can or uoiiouse.
Mr. Sherman insisted that it waa the duty
of the olerk to put the question on bis motion.
Mr. Boeoek, in order to gain time for the
absentees to arrive, moved to adjourn.' Nega
tived. : . ,...r- ,- v''1
When Mr. Smith rose there were cries of
"Bit down." ali down," f order.? ; .
Quiet beioe- restored that renUeman said
"Mr. Clsrk, I cannot find language ade
quate to convey to tbe members or jpis boa;
mv deen sense of obllration to the ffonorabl
gentlemen of the various political organisa
tions constituting this House, for the honor
whioh they endeavsred to convey upon mc by
placing me In the Chair, and entrusting me
wiu tbe bigo. and important ana responsinie
post of presiding over this body.
When I recollect how muoh self-sacrifice
must have been inourrsd, how muoh gentle
men have given np in the patriotic effort to
conoentrate tbe vote ot wis House on some in
dividual who stood on national and bread
comprehensive ground, and when I remember
that I, myself, with a name unknown to fame,
now making my . entry on this floor for the
first time, have , received the honor of so
large a vote as . was conferred on me, I
shall ' only say I shall cherish - their
kindness during the residue of the official
term while a member of this body, and carry
with me Into the shade of private life when
my public, service shall have ended a great
and abidiog senss of ths deep obligation under
whioh the gentlemen have placed mc, but
withouUintending now, as this is aot a proper
occasion, to go into any matters of detail. I
will take the liberty of saying that I am satis
fied that the presentation of my name longer
before this body would not contribute toward
the auocsss or wishes of those gentlemen who
have so cordially and steadily sustained me.
I therefore beg leave, before another ballot is
taken, to withdraw my name as a candidate
before this body, end to say that I hope
the indications whioh are now present
ing themselves may be the harbingers of the
return of good will among all the States of the
Confederacy, and that in preserving intact
and inviolate the Constitution, we may And
the guaranteed rights of every part of our
Confederacy in our glorious Union perpetu
ated to the remotest period of time.
Mr. Smith, at the conclusion of his remarks,
waa privately congratulated by many of his
Mr. Wilson, in a speech, seconded the nom
ination of Mr. MoClernand. A spirited de
bate followed, and various explanations were
made. Ths House then voted Mr. Davis, of
Maryland, voted for Pennington. Hisses
and applause. During the ballot, various
gentlemen explained the ' reasons for their
votes for Mr. MoClernand.
Hardmas. Leach, of N. C Mallorv and
Moors of Ky., Americans, withdrew their votes
until it be shown tbat they were necessary to
elect him. Maynard Smith, of N. C, and
Yenoe; Americans, voted for Mr. MsGlcrnand.
Vance said It wu no time for Houtnem men
to hesitate whsn a Maryland elaveholder (Da
vis) had landed himself in the bosom ot the
Black nepubiiean party.
Mr. Ashmorc made an earnest appeal to the
South Americans and Dcmosrats to concentrate
on Mr. McClernand. If they did not now
elect, a Repuolican would be chosen on the
Ths result waa announced :
Whole number 233; necessary to a choice
117; Mr. Pennington lit; MoOlernaud 31;
Gilmer is Mlllsono; Scattering: it.
, lbs Bepubucans were impatient ror anotber
vote, which the Democrats resisted. The lat
ter promised that a vote should be taken to
morrow, aner a preliminary calling of tbe
House. Adjourned. -
CsAALesTOl. S. C. January 81. The Cow-
tsr's special New Orleens correspondent tele
graphs the following : :..
, xae isst rail or tne Mississippi ventral nan
road la to be laid on the list ' '
The Mississippi River Is rising rapidly at
Nsw Orleans and above. '
A bill has been Introduced into the Texas
Legislature,' providing for the Imprisonment
ot flortnera preaeners, teacnere aaa arum
mere, who may come there. , .. .
Governor Houston's mssasge dissents com
pletely from the secession, resolutions ef
Fire at Burlington.
IcaiiacTOX, January 31. A fire oocttrred
here this morning, destroying the entire stock
of Rom A Whipple, hardware marcbants, and
las grocery estabiisnmeat or n
Total loss estimated at t3,0.
PniLiDiLFHTii Januar tl-Thls eventnes
Journal publlahss a call for a grand mass
meeting, on Saturday eight next, to organise
aparty to be styled "The Constitutional Union
Party," having for its object the preservation
of the Union, tbe proteotlon of the constitu
tional rights of the States and the suppression
of sectionalism. It is signed by a Urge num
ber of prominent business men ot this city. '
- Hon. John J. Crittenden, Hon. Millard Pill
more and Hon. Edward Everett are expected
to address the meeting. . ; " '
Tbs bark Laconia, from Now Orleans, re
ports on the 19th that a small boat, containing
(eo German sailors, who, two days before, had
deserted from tbe Danish' sohooner Oalkarma
at Mataasas, and started for , America. The
boat wsa nearly full of water, and their stock
of bread wu damaged. They were taken on
boerd and brought here, ,.,',
St. Louis, January 81 P. M-River re
mains about fUtionary at this point, with
seven feet to Cairo.
Weather turned very cold last night, with a
blasting wind from tbe North. The mercury
haa been steadily sinking toward, aero all
day. The ice Is said to bs making rapidly
above; and the prospect of a speedy opening
of the Upper Mississippi and Illinois, is given
up as hopeless. . .. .....
. Lonsvrju.1- January .11 P. M River
falling, with six feet four Inches in the canal.
Snoring fast, with a strong westerly wind.
Mercury 21.; ' -'' :-. ;,
Arrival of the Santa Fe Mall.
Mail arrived here to-day. ' ' " ; "
Lieutenant Robinson, who wont Out two
weeks ago, was accidentally shot through the
arm., x .,'! 1
There were two malls lying at Pawnee Pork
awalUng escorts. Lieutenant Beale bed sent
two escorts from there with 'the outgoing
malls. . No Indian were seen, by the mail
party. v-,. . . . ' .- ,(";
. BoBioir, January 31. Ths day express train
from New Tcrk for this city ran off the track
near Palmyra to-day, and one of the cars was
thrown down an embankment. The brakes
man had both, legs crushed andhassinoe died.
Mr. and Mrs. Biddies, actors, and a Mrs.
Osdens were seriously Injured, and about
twentv nassentrsrs wsre , somewhat bruised,
Rev. Merrill Richardson, of Worcester, waa
' Riohhomd, January 81. A difficulty, which
was, however, amicably settled, between the
Speaker of the House of Delegate and Mr.
Soldon, of Stafford, prevented aotlon yesterday
on the resolution relative to the appointment
of a committee on the resolutions 01 tne.Dontn
Carolina Mission. n;r . ;
Non-Arrival of the America.
, Halivax. January 81 M. There ere no
signs of the America, now overdue, with Liv
erpool dates ro the 13th. -
OraaA-MaaAoasa AaaaaTan Bostok.
The Boston Atlcuot Saturday reports the ar
rest of Ullmann and Strakosob, managers of
the Italian Onera Troupe, now performing in
that oity, at the suit of Madame Gaataniga.
After the failure of some of tbe European ar
tists, either through slokness or inefficiency,
the managers, hoping to retrieve their losses
la New York, entered Into a oontract with
Madame Gaxzsnlga, and failed to meet their
engagements; hence tbe trouble. ;
' Snairwo OrsiATion or a Maxbibs Cosplx.
A couple rosidsnt in Nebraska recently applied
to the Legislature and obtained a divoroe,
and immediately the msti and wife preempted
one hundred and sixty acres of land apiece,
and having proved their title thereto were
married again tne next aay.aicerseoanng one
hundred and sixty aorss of land by the opera
tion, j ' ' '
Room No. 1. Judge Storer presided in this
branch or tne court ana neara one or iwo raomu
ted cates. Judge 8. will continue to oocapr this
hMn,h m h f lAarf dnrlnc Jndcw Hnencer'e abeenoe
irom the cltr. Judge fioadler daring tbe tame time
wintry the Jury oeees.
Tai iTxiTiaiAM CnuiOB Cabb. Wiswell vs.
The Tnuteee of the First Oonn-egational Oburah,
Ths twtlmonT sroceeded before Judge Oolline. '
sir. iiebler wiu caiiea ny in pnuuua w pivtv rr-
tain papere. The Ureed of the Uhurcb or the Be
deemer wee ofleied in evidence.
lamap waa nnaian in nvi ibui.
L. r . Potter wu examined by Mr. Eebler at great
lensth in relation to the interview between Mr,
Oreen and theTrutteee. Hia teetimony wu the aame
obetanliauy as what be bad stated t
(Jistale Hoeee examined Hie recollection of what
transpired between the Tnuteee and Mr. Ureen. co
inoldrd In main with tbe teetimony giren by the lut
witneee. He did not regard the oonrereatlon u at
allconfldontiM; they all seemed to agree
all confldential; the;
dieanectlon in thechurco,
air. Btetf on had no recollection of a oonrersatloa
aoorulng at hie honae u aUted by Mr. Potter, in
which the latter stated that be (Mr. Bteteon) said
h.t nnnnw wu nmr.hiiis the consrecatien away.
Mr. Greene had listened wttb amazement to the
eTidence of Mr. Potter, and said tbat whether the
laniuace wat true or laue wu an uiwr pemniun
of hU (Mr. O.'s) meaning. ' -.
Thb Tai At or raria uiUDOLrno. ine neanng oi
thi. wu nflimMi nniora jnan uarir. nn an
denoefortheHtate oloeed la the forenoon, and the
tesumony on tne nan oi ino aeieu-. oupa me
rest of the cay. ,
The Ohio continued to decline here yester
day quite (radnellr, and lut evening there was not
mnca orer eleTen feet water between here and Iionls-
Tille, with a gooo stage lorau pnrposesoi aarigaHoa
r.r .h. monili. ThA weather became cold ree.
day, and In the morning the enow began falling and
eontlanednntll evening. TbettmMratawdeoreesed
as the day advanced, and at midnight ltwudeoidedly
On the landing little was doing yesterday, though
the offerings were fair for Southern ports, Bates
continued at annexed: .
ritunnrg uonon, ooo.i jnoaB.. dh.i ttiiihj,
40c,: Flour, Xto.; Pork and Iiard, 3SO.J founa
Ireighte,l)c.perl001be. ' '
NuhTille-Wblsky, per brU, S0c; Ale, 40c.; Found
freights, 2ft30o. per 100 lbs. .
Bt. tonis-Beery Pennd Frelgbta, 16c. per 100 lbs..
Whisky ana Ull, eoo. per on.; Duree, wo., awovb.
iMlro WhlskT and Oil. tdc. per brl.; Ponad
N.w Orimna Whiikv and Oil 76c: rioor. BOc.i Pork
Oc.: Bacon, and other pound Trelgta, -30o. per
100 D.; aeg ijara, toe.; uorsee, iv pc
.llITlI..rllorn.. jaauivuu ncuun, HHiTiin,
. , n . .1 J . V 1aT 1 1 .
Telegraph, Lonl.Tllle; Dunlelth NeTllle: Boetona,
rorumonini noewn, jim Danuj, gam. uauiani
Diriarnan.-Boston, Big Bandy; Boetona, Ports-
month; rrlorese, naoisnn; Teiesrapn, uonisTiue
Liberty, Wbeelina; A. W. Qoarrier. Kanawha; N
W. Thomu, Mew Orleans; Punleitb, HeTllle; Uheee
man, bi. liouie. -
JT A. A. Kvster, Clocks, Watches and
iewlry,Hoe.S41and JTl Weetern-row,
Ball A Thomas, No. 120 West Fourth-
street, take the beet Likenesses in tbe country.' Try
them aad tatlfy yourself. .....
pr Saguerrean Gallery, gonth-wsst eor
ner of Blxth and Western-row, over Hannalbrd'
drug-store. Pictures taken end nt ta food
for twenty ceo U. Warranted to ploaeei
i fet" The "International," Sycamore-street,
opposite tbe national Theater, la tbe favorite plaos
of resort. Lew. and Phil, know how to tickle the
appetite, aad will spread thiinselTos to-day. Drop la
at 11 o'clock. AmagnlScsnt Lnncb.Ao.
. ROTIl MADDOX On Thnrsday evenlaff, Jan
nary . at tbe residnncs of the brWe'e father, b
t. nr. tiyner, nr. &. w . jkuu, wvuiabuii, ;
jiaanox, oi ury vreea, ju.
TOWKSKlfD At Blohmond, lad., of coasump-
lion, ammor H. Townseod, ageo rears.
nir.r. Tn w.wnnrt. Jannara 3S. of eonsnmBtio
Tirlnda A. Maeon, wife of H.U. Rill, aged 23 years,
9 months ana i days. .
I a Hie lUe lie
RALTE .WALDO EITETISOW.
"' ' A A'" l2 L - : '1 J-L 'mm '.ir"t P'ljfJt
"s 't.i&l. I ...i'i 1 ttJi,Hk iT-.::3a
Thursday Evening; Feb'y 2;
SMITH & KIX01V8.
AdmiuioB. x oents. Doers omen at 7 o'clock i Lee-
ture to eommenee at g o'clock. -' ' " " - jaSlo ,
PRESEST YOltt BILLS. ,
5rAT A MEETING OF thss
tito . OOMK1TTM OF ABBAHOMHTB for
Keesptlon of GuMte, Bo., held yesterday at tne
oh.nU' Ixcbancr. It wu - - - -. .
Biuuid. That when the Committee adJoaiUS It
be until Thoredey, Feb. 2, at jo'ohckP.lI.,aiiia
,K... h rV. m I m..n tAwm nnilaji ihi ha bllU Will M
allowed or paid vnlete the aame be pieeented I to blm
oetore mat ume, or u jpw)uniw..wrtiiw.
, to be held at the mercnante- aacoaoge.'
imMLVia. That the foregoing rewlntien be sub.
Ilthed in all the city papere to-morrow and the seat
day. ATM. BISHOP, Chairman. .
W. T. WITlKk. Becreurr.
w J wmniill.MMMUrr....' :..'. ' .-.i
OmoiaaAti, January SO, IBM.
HUGH EG & DORLAND,
Wholesale Jewelers, t
SMSHAVE REMOVED FROM 15U
- Walnnt-street to their new itore-room,
norin-weei oornor oi jnam auu M--7J w
h r. ... Aiwininv larce a etook of Watcbee.
Jewelry, Clock i, 8IWer Ware, Plated Ware. Watch
Tools and Materials u can be found In the city, and
at price tbat oen not fail toileaee. Bemember the
store, aortn-west corner oi maia ana -..
CHA8." STROBEt BRO.'S
Pocket-book Store and rectory have beea
niuured to Mo. ISO Walnut-street, two doors below
ronrth, where the Met ana largest assorim.ui oi
wallets, i-orie-monna.es, rurwa, nun, rviuvvm
Bankers' Oues, Oabu, Oaiee for Jewelry, can
be kgd at the lowest prices - . : )3law
MASONIC. STATED! COM
MTJKIUATION ot the N. O. Bar- ta
mony Lodge Ho. t,J. and A. Masons, TUIH VV
(Wednesday) BVBBIS8, lebrnary I, at64
o ciooa. & sunwiuat hwuu.wui uiouiuwi..
li requested. . . v - UHA8. B. JOLQEB,
I I li.
aijs PHY8IO.KEDICAI1 IN8TI-
tt TUTaJ Tbe commencement exercises of
this College will take place TJU1U isvuhimu. reo.
, in the sail orer tne siercaniue uorary, wainao
Irnt near . ronrtb. The Valedictory for the clus
will be delivered by W. Ltne, M. D.; and a charge
from tbs racnlty by Prof. W. W. Oook, II. B. The
public are respectfully Intlttd. . . . , fela
a?-WOHIO LIFE INsURAIsCE CO.
The Stockholders of tbe Ohio Life Inrar
auoe Company are notified that tbe Annual Meeting
roi- tn enoirAAi uirnciora wi i m aeia at .ue uincv
of the oompany, Mo. SS West Third-street, on MON-
iiAi, tne eia aay 01 aeoraarr, leou, ewtweeit ww
nours 01 11 o'oioca a. m. ana v r,
K. M. and I P.M. , ,
HBMBY BOUKEY, Secretary.
CKILBI.AIN8 AND FROST-
Str vnKT.Palmn's Vest table GoametlC
Liotion Is ths never-failing remedy for these great
anaoyenoes. It not only effects a complete oore,
often by one thorough application, bnt ft decreases
the liability to a return of the same difficulty, for
sale by druggists generally, .
nvuvn r a bat JED), Agent,
deM . ..! ' No. M West Pourth-etreet.
-ffr EVIDENCE ACCUMULATES.
r J OrsoTimiTt, Dee, IT. 18W. Mr. 8. Palmer
Sear Sir; Come fire years since I recelred a aerere
injury on tny left arm, near the eioow, sinoe wnioa
been areatly annoyed by a cutaneous dleeaee
os the same. After using various remedies without
mecese, 1 wu Induced to try your Vegetable Cos
motto ijodon, and am bappy in informing you that
the use of half a bottle hu left my arm as smooth
ana tree rrom aiseaw u lie maw. ... , ..
no. its weetTnird-euees.
ror'selei by drugglite eyerrwhere. Be euro to get
iapie uosmeiio jjouon.anQ aooevtoi
- HOLON PALMail. Acent..-.
Mo. West Tourth-street, Oinolnnatl, 0.
SjrKENNEDT'S MEDICAL DIS
1CV - COTIBY Is acknowledged by themoet em
nent physicians, and by the moat careful druggists
throughout tbe United States, to be the most effectual
hlnn.i.iirlftAr Avar known, and to have relieved more
BUnenng, ana vnmm Hon peraiAuvii. umwi J,
th n.tom imIi-mI tn fall .trAnaln and Tiffor. Vtlll
and explicit directions for tbe cure of ulcerated sore
M. DIXON. Price Bl
fbe?jrOPFICE OP TBE
W-Xr 1 OSS DAI liOUAU , - ,i
UUJUiaoi vm uiuuur
and Race-streets. October.
IS, I860. This road is now open. Oars will start,
at intervals of ten minutes, from 5:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
irom YYOoa to utwrenoe-street. ana westward on
Fourth-street to bmitb, and on Fifth-street to
Wood. Oitisiena will dIaaia bnar In mind that the
care will Invariably cross Intersecting streets before
BtuppuiK tor passengers. .
ociD-u jamaa j. auuaiaa, rreeMent.
NEW ENGLISH BOOKS
BAGSTER'S COMMENTARY wTiolly Bib
Heal. S vols., i to. Cloth $1; Morooco 28, ' "
BACSTKB'B ENGLISH HHXAPLA NXW TEST A
ewina,ni uonceiuin wioaiine, xjnaaie. uran-
-j , mer, uenevan, Angio-nemisn, anu auinomea
versions, In parallel columns, eto., Iiorocoo20.
D0HI6T10 ABOBITBUTTJBK OF THB KIDDLB
aukb. vol. s, in s parts, avo., uioin vs. oi, 1
ands,l0. , ii i ., i, .
THB TWO BOOKS OF fiOMILIIS. tro., CJoth, t.
. . V!1 . . . T T . l r.
ijonn i AiiDranes mew v-oiomea. :
FATHER PROUT'8 BILIQUXS-Illuitrated by
- Maelias. lvol.,.' . ....
OIL BLAR Illustrated by Bmike and Oruikshanks,
l vol., si 70.
OBKTKBVL OKI HARMONY AND CONTRAST OF
. COLORS. 1 vol., plain, f 1 35; colored plates, ))..
BONTLKDGK'S BHAKSPIABI, No. 4S. 39 cents, i
BONTLKDGI'S NATURAL BISTORT, No. . J5o.
LONDON'S YOTJHQNATCRALIST. 18mo cloth.
ascents.' ' iv ' . -s , , j
G AMIS' ABD 8POBT8 FOR YOCKO BOTB. Hmo
cloth, ss cenis. .
BUSKIN ON PKRSPIOTIVI-Am.rlcan edition.
mno.,OKiD, ou cents.
i ( . ' ' .1,.,: -,.ii,
9 Just received by 'r .'''.
Robert Clarke & Co,
55 West Fourth-street. ' :"
i JUST RECEIVED. -
CAPT. McCLINTOCK'S NARRATIVE of
the Discovery of the rate or Sir John Franklin
and bis Companions. 1vol. FrioelltO.
POIMS-By the author of "John Hellfa-." 1 vol.
. . sents. :i )--,.,r., ... .
FOHUS-By Sidney Dobell. Blue sod gold.. 76c.
OOBSB'S BTININOS WITH XBf MI0B0BOOPI.
HIW OLOKAND WATOH-MAKIB'S M ANOAL.
. atsv. - - -
''. ROBERT CLARKE . Ca,
fela ' : V ' ' M West Fonrthetreet. ;
M. existing between Mnlllns. Johnston A H.
Rmlth exnlrad en the 1st Inst., bv Its own limitation
and the withdrawal of Mr. Smith. Tbe business of
ths old firm will be settled by the underalgnod and
will be continued by them under tbe Cms nemeof
fel" , mutisms swungiBiDH,
'ft IMPROTXD TKeHT-STITOH , ,
THE BEST, SIMPLEST AND
Durable 11 achlne extant,
Call and see them.
80 West Fourth-streeU
1 1 '
TVIIIi CLBAW GL0VKfl
'TV, winn uits eiiiae, -
WIU CI.IIN BrnRONH. , .
wiai oijBam vblvbts,
- ,WILTj OI.IAH OtiOTH,
v, t WILL 0LI1AII IUBNITTJB1.
, . rr - , .Will clean every article of .
Will clean Paintlnge. ' :. t-t'.i-M
lll,iean angraiDg., .
1 WU1 clean Books and Paper.
WIU aot Injure tbe texture or eolor of any artlols to
3 ewWlflh ls ka sawisallaul 1 , r. I
4 ' ' ,- iff. " aaaewf vw , . (fj,. A .
Beaziao ii Economicsvl, : ; -'t-'-i
Benzine U Kmclont. -i
i .ri Benzine is Eeliaole.
DON'T FAIL TO TBY TBI i.v-
BTJIBB, SOKSTBIM A CO.,
r ; Opposite the Poetoffloe.
For Chapped Hands,
gP LYCAMIL OF ROSES,
r Glycerin Lotion,
Oiyosria Camphor lee, .
,v 1. -1 Cold Cream,
lalltton, ; . i . '
Olerer k Low's Honey Soap,
(JlsTer A Low's OlTcerla Boas.
For sale by
BUIBB. KOKSTEIM A CO.,
Oppoelt the PostoMce. :
Glycerole of Arnica.
FOR BURNS, SCALDS, BRUIS2S, OUTS,
WonndsJ Bone. c. the Olrcerole of Arnica is
unriTaled. It relieves pain immediately and Ourea
euectuaiiy.i xroparwu miu iur U7 vyi
I . DUinat, HAOiaia w,
tin a w.i '
1 , ..-.! , , i Qnmalte thi
itc,'! ti, -
HAVINfl RRCBIVBD LARQB ADDI
TIONS to onr .lock of choice Havana, onr
aeeortment ie unsurpassed, and every variety of tastes
oaa be suited, as our eeleotions are made from tbe
stocks of the largest importers In the country. 1 ,
DUlitai, a-ciivoiaiix a, mii.i
KOKflTEIN -A I
Opposite the Poetoffloe.
Pure Catawba Wine,
, -' I , ''' di ' .iu;l
BELB. EXTRA FINE CATAWBA
Wine, lust received.
iaSOo - N
corner or ronrtu enaini
DTJRK CONCENTRATED BAT RUM, of
a. . , extra naror. s or saie o -
SDWAS1I BUAflliAH W. irrnggis, - v.
jaSOe . V. H. oor. Fourth and Maln-etreet-.
Pure Coal Oil
PURR COAL OIL, WHITE , AND DE
ODOBIZBO. always oa band. . For sale In
ausntltles to suit. ' .:.-.
un.vovliiui w uu.,.v -) ,.
N. E. oor. Pourth and Mafn-streete.
Oil for Sewing Machines. ' ..
TltTRiE SPERM OIL. REFINED EX-
-M PBK5SLY for sewing machines and other fine
Weir ml. in niutnLltip. ta anlt.
- JCJUVYAHU SUA
SCAN LAN A CO., DrussistS.. .
corner of Fourth and maln-eta.
jasoo . a,
t . pid Castile Soap.
inn BOXES OLD CASTILE SOAP j"
IW lCgroesLow A Son'e Olyoerla Soap t
-'-.: 10 gross Low A son's Honey Boap : .
t If) orcMM tllAMr. HnnAV floan.' lt "
Alio, a laraa and varied assortment of Frenoh. Kn-
llsn ana American Toilet noaps. ror sale cneap.
, ItOWABU HUAflL&N UO UntggletS,
JaSOC " ' K. E. corner of Main and Fourib-ats. .
Concentrated Mineral Water.
1AffIERAL WATER,-FROU-THE AR
TKSIAM Well. Bt. Catherines. Canada Wast.
a sovereign remedy for liver and kidney complaints.
a AnrrMtiva for indiffaatloii and Its various and man.
fold consequences, and an external application for
cnronio rneumatiem, gout, inmoago, neuralgia,
ecrofala and all diseases of the skin attended with
untiorm soccesa in all cases. For sale oy
, . JttlWAKU BU&flliSrt C UU., .. . n
,'C a .; i ; - , Druggists and Obemists,
lidWo ' V. m, corner ef Main and Fourth -els. -
i j Wigwam Tonic. ' v
A' PRESH SUPPLY OF THIS EXCEL-
iV LENT TOKIO just received and for sale by
i.-ii., , ALBBItT BOSbj Druggist,
ja3C : I 8. W, cor. 13 Igh th-et. and Westorn-row, '
- Essence of. rine-Apple, X
ES9ENCB OF LEMOS, OIL OF LEMON,
-Hence of Btrawberrv. Oil of Oranse. Kss.no.
ot orange, uu oi uoee, ror sale :
B. W. eor. Klchth-et. and Weatevn-BOW. '
Pore Liquors; ;'
HUI HAVE "ON HAND A L ARQl! 6DP-
w w PLY of Lienors, selected en
lally for medl
cnl nurDOies. iuch at Old Ooanso
randy. Old Bour
ld Holland Gin,
hon WKIhIet' Old Rvm WMnkv.
Old Port Wine. Old Sherry Wine, Old
Via UftlleWDs. VYIDe.t- MOV Ate V
R-idkqi nunc. vruggHtg. '
8. W. oor. IlghU-st, nd Wwt?ni-rois 1
it nn sanrf tadi -
' Reduction of Prices! f
"Warranted gtrlotly Pare" Orenad Spices.
The usual slsed package at a lower price. "
"' ' 'A larger tiled package at the usual iprice.
WE HAVR THIS DAY MADB THE
following reduction in our prices for Bar
rlsoa, Katos A Co.'e brand of Ground Sploee, via.t . .
Ground Pepper is reduced from So to Mo. per dos.
, AH). AUsplce do. 40 to 30 do.
Do. Cinnamon . do. 40 to 30 do. i
' Do. ;t)loies . , do. et,to80 . do. ' "
Do. Ginger do. 38to80 do..-'
. wVTheusnal discount to ths wholesale trade. No
cbarffe for boxee. .
In addition to the above, we are putting np a larger
pacaage, wnicn we snail sen at toe iormer price sue.
per dozen, making it more desirable for both dealer
In view of the numerous artlclea of an adulterated
character that are constantly thrown upon the mar
ket, we invite the attention of our friends and
trons to the shove-named brand of Bplcee, assuring
tbem that they are articles in which there ia aa
deception. Furthermore, we hereby pledge our.
J pledge our
selves mat tne aiiaiitv ot tne above art
oc ae re-ucea, out tnat it anait De the same
airlotly pare article tbat has been manufaotnred
by the old firm (H S. A Oo. ) for the last alxteen
years. - - ' .. BABRIBON A WILSON.
jeaw v - , m anu mi w ainai-sireei.
J. J, BCTtEB'S '
T ' ........ . . n'i ' I - j .',''('
Exccf.ior ; Fluid Ink. -
' '" Mamtactory. 1 Vine) Bt Ie
i LANE ODLKY.
1 . . ., wurrriOTTTai.a ni. ' - ' ' 'l-T
Wood-Working , Machinery,
;:'t ! AND CIRCULAR SAW HILLS,
Canter John aad Water , e.,CialsuMtl,e
aae-lr . '; ' -?
TOHN 80 U D E R'S EXTRA BUG AB-
M 0UB1D Bams and Dried Beef at ; .
Ja3ft , Nos. SIC aad -81 Main-street.
BEST BRANDS FAMILY FLOUR AT
v,.'-t',-.. .t... " OOLTEB'8,
ja28 WoS. SIS and Ml -tain-street
GOLDEN AND HONEY 8TR-
..,-,--. .r . OOLTCB'S, i -,,,
- Vm. SIS and 831 Main-street.
AILIE'S PATENT. BREAD AMD BOX-
JL TXB 0BA0K.EB8 at . OOLTXB'H,
Noe.glSand S31 Maln-etrwt
flOAL OIL At 00 cents per gallon, mad
warrantee tne pest in ue mariei, ai
txirnerf into ana v ine-etrees.
RESH BALTIMORE 0TSTER3 -Re
ceived every day at . rKriaiJBOH'B.
uorner wivn ana vmMiraia
ECKER'S PARINA. Just received, le
JLR. boxes Becker's Farina. For sale, wholeaale
? a. MrDOKALD A CX)
jaau oo ana praam owm aw wea. mmvu-mi
BAKER'S COCOA Just reoeivod, 13 boxes
Baker's Cocoa. For sale, wholesale and retail,
SS and Braneb Btore stS Wsat
-TmLIYE OIL Just reoeired, 31 doasa
U flagons very superior Oil. For sals, wholees
and retail, by ' t " . A. UDONAL0 A CO.,
jaao oS, and Branch Store, X Weet Foartk-eS
WM. H. BAI.DWIM, ATTOUMJtl
AND OOtKSBLLOB AT LAW and Haeter
Qoromlseloner of the Superior and Common Fleas
Oourte. Bank Building, north west comes oil Mala
ad Third -a tresis.
1 i.issiiirii.s.irm.t 'I H H
t m - -srr ear ksi a vt n ttts w
...Ik V ay W js.- BJ Mi
M ' TSI II" H j m I. ii
JL JmA sV -Jt -J. " el "XTi-UJ :' -!-'r -,.,
ew f WIliFj OPES ITTIGHTItJ-''l',u'
ej-aV 8USION oa MONDAY, February S, with
a foil oomplemeni of able aad lciaiit Tsri. x in-a.i
, Vo oara or aipenes has been upane to taktia -
School all tbat a Seminary for Young Ladles ahoeild : .. ,n
be. All tbe pupils from abroad board la the family, ivk-
tf the President, making It mors like a family than ....,
a boarding school. Betides a foil supply of appara- f A
tus for Uluatratlsg tbe scisaoes, it It furnished wltb V : -. r r
a Library and Beading Boom. l f S 1 " f f e") T
For pleasurable recreation, choice is glrea between t
the Uallietbeneum for Indoor aad the Riding hohool, Tia, ; .
for outdoor ezerolta. ..'";.,
srrnrpartlcolrs,addresethePresident,or I.H,- ; :: j
WB1TK, West Fonrth-street, Cincinnati. aam
' ' . -; ' ' : " " . -'ii. T t "1 y
A. the store lately occupied by Heary Falls,,.
No. 65 West JoTrtli-street,,
And will keep always on hand one of the largest - f I V -- .
stocks and the latest patterns of .'
a ineiaiest patterns or.' :i ; i.- .".im
'10 oe rounu iu tne country, wnion iney .oner at
AT wnOLESALER RETAILrr;;ns''
i ;'. 1 t ui At prices beyond oompetlUoq,
i:u 5 .11, ji,
tides' Mevt;fhj9i!i j-
.-iaTTamf I ''''"Adjoining Pike's Opera-hocse.- (;,' ,..
GRQ VER & BAKER'S
- - - - . . .. . . ... '. "7,
' fcTv r-ww- "' T--w- -aea'M-ak-t-tf-l .
- 1.-V O V .CKUVL.tvXAjJA.-1 V DU. J '5'
. sr. Wit, .,.',Tl uHtli t
Mma.l.B -lrf l.fl-lV
SUCTTLE OR LOCK
The best aid1 only Uachlnes In the market sulUbie,,, , ,
;- for all kinds of manufacturing purposes at the i --ji t-.'
' tOW. PRICE, OP l5d.
f d R O V E R.-. & B A K 5 PL ,rT
BXWINO MACOINB CO.,
08 West1 Fourth-street.
'li-Mtfj ' -;:':,
:: - I.i .1 M i.
157- Overcoats ' u t . -J a 7 m hv
!7ft P.aaa KTnainA0aT!rtflfa .t i.-mi'-
64 Cloth Frock Coats; '
100 pairs fancy Cass. Pants ;
i; 33 Cassimere Vests ; M. ' -
,V75 Sik Vests.u"iJt: r.1iiX
wr The above will be sold at 'cost prices to does ' . " '
Winur Stock. ., ,. i , ;
. .. ;. T..W.- 8 PflAQ U E - CO.1,?",',? ';:; r
Ja2ocw . ,8. 1. corner Fourth and VIne-sts. . . .
Old-eatabll.faed Saddlery and Coach-Hard-"""
1 f WweHemee. . ',;.,;"
ntNTER, EDMBSTON & 00.
168 Malnst, bet. Fourth and Filth, " t
Importers; Wholesale Dealers sad Maanaotarers of. v ;ni 't
' ,; ; 3s,bt0B
COACH HARPyARE 1- .
A" C FULL STOCK, OF ! ALL' 'itltDS ' OF
QOOWS used in tbe above trades? m.-T
Mercbarits, Carriage-makers and Saddlere solicited t,
to call at thaold-Mtahlished house before purchM- .
ing elsewhere, aa they are determined not to be onl -n ' '
done by any house In the country. , ' jeffaw i -
, JANUAKY 25, 1880.
Rave this day removed txntheir NKW 8T0BB,
Where, with grCatlylnoreaeed PwlUUes, they wUI
" H f l ooeContinUStbS
i . JOB PBINTINtJ,
v t, H :it ii H ln'i1vasit.s1-T
i ' i 1 4 I Jai iliu w seuia
Blank fiook Manniicturiiig Business.' '
' jatr-WpT ' ' ;
I HAVE REMOVED MY ! SEAL EH
GBATlNOand Light Uachlne Works to thslargs
and elegant building
No. 64 West i Fonrth-stjreet, tU
Between Wnlaat aad Vine, Third Float. "
IF ICO WlHT 4, SIAt PBK88;'- - '
i TP vnrf V1HT1 aiWINIl VAIIRINIl
If yod want any kind of light MACHIHIBTmsdeor '
uiva ma a vuun
P. BTAKB, Ja.
Auctioneer, aad Stock and Bill Broker, , '
' No. 28 thlrd st, Basement of Hasonlo Bnldlng.
i Stocks and Bonds bought and sold on commission. .'
Mercantile Paper and lioans negotiated. . ,
Notes, Dividends and Interest Coupons collected.
j 'V'.i'- .l.'ACCTION 8AI.BS) - -
Of Stocks. Bonds. Seal Xatate, Ao on any day re..
Bsrxnsparonavo m. pauuvu lapvimn; w-
Hoited fv f . rs-scm- c
eT TJ JD &O N X J xor
. 'fTEMAIsE seminary,
CARNEAL PLACE, COVINQTON, KT.,
' between -Tenth and Ileventh-etreets.-Tbe
Blgbtb Seeelon ot this Institution will eommenee J
Amiated by a full corps or Teachers. One hundred
JiupUe have been enrolled the peat session. Still a
ew more can be accommodated. For further par
ticulars, catalogues may be obtained by addressing
the Principal. J-"b"
i Tin-ware, Spbtitijig, &o.
Jt l MO! VlB-SXBin, MAR FBOMT,
wiriEPS OR HAND AHD MANDPAC
JLm. TTJBK8 to order all varieties of Tin and Sheet.
Iron Ware, Publlo Lanterns, aad other artioleS la
his line. Manufactures to order all varieties of ale- , .
talllo Eoonlng, Tin, Copper and Sheet-iron. '
Lantern Glass always on hand.
Orders from a die tao oe promptly attended to. '
- A few Stove, on bend to dispose of cheap for cash..
Stove-pins farulihed arup a) short notice, j t .i.-j
tkivyizo " 'Sdewi
eftstsod qtpa. aessondds ao 4 use staino-if) .ftp
risexjl-ejnoO P M"J-i 0 "I '&
qtoiotupioa -sSsioea joaij 'iiB)iiaiii amg -sa. .
1-i .iW t.Hfa,.
' I If - jf 1
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; luiHin ii ,C?f
a ;f t
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