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AhJT W.IBANOIUOO. JOUMD.OALOWU.lt.
The House Organized—A Speaker from
Mr. Geo Jriggs.of Kew York, the North
American, having voted for MoClernand for
Speaker yesterday, on flndjDg that en rote
woald determine) the eltallon of Mr. Penning,
ton i SpeakerVebanged We rote, end Mr.
Pennington, of New Jereey, wai elected, and
worn in aa the presiding offieer. Orer eight
-weeks of the leeslon have been expended, and
no leei then fifty ballota have been east for
Speaker. It ie a matter of curiosity, bat true,
that on the laet ballot, there wai not a tingle
vote given to any Leoompton Demooratio
candidate. - .
William Pennington, the aaoeeiaful Old
Whig-Bepnbllean,had the needed number of
TOtee, 117; Mr. MoClemand, the Songlae Dem
ocrat had eighty-fire, and Mr. Gilmer, South
American, had aixteen. Helper on one aide
and Leoompton Demoeraey on the ether, were
slaughtered; Mr. Douglai looking on. The
cenierratire sentiment of the country dlotated
a ehoioe between extremes. .
The election of Clerk wai deferred until
Friday, to which time the Home adjourned.
The whole of to-day will be given in Wash
ington to drlnkirg toasts to the Union in
Eeidiick, Longworth'a or Newark Catawba.
It Is known thatHamiltoa, Butler Coonty,hai
been Blighted. Ten minutes might hare been
afforded the Legislative guests, downward
bound from Day ton,' to hear what thepatrloUo
little city had to say for union and fraternity,
and to take a squint at the beautiful city.
Take more time for Hamilton, hereafter, we
pray you. Never run through the town again.
Like a eanotuary, it hat present and past
worth enough to entitle its men and women to
be heard, when they tum out in matt to offer,
or at least, bint st hospitality. It waa deemed
best not to stop the train at Hamilton. A
publie meeting has been held of oitisens, to
denounce this proceeding. The railroad com
pany explained: the reason wai, that the train
was under orders ef the Cincinnati Committee.
Resolutions were pasted, manifesting union
tentlmenta and fraternal regard for the gueets.
Wm. Hunter, Samrtl Snlvely, S. E. Giffin,
Lewis EmmenB and Benjamin Tanquary were
appointed a committee to report whether the
better patronage of the oanal for the trans
portatlon of freight it not justifiable. Messrs.
W. B. Van Hook, Isaao Bobortaon, J. Vf
8ohn, M. C.Ryan and Z.Selby wereappolnted
to eee that the laws are hereafter enforoed
against the Great Miami Railroad, to protoot
life and property in the streets of Hamilton.
A committee of fifteen wta appointed to take
measures to favor the completion of the tunnel
railroad route to Cincinnati.
The Last Image on the Eye.
A tale is to appear in the New York Ledger,
the plot of whioh hinges on the siuguTarques
tion, "Whether cr not a Daguerreotyplc rep
resentation of the eye of a murdered man will
reveal the face of the last person upon whom
he looked." Thii matter bat been settled i
the recent deeeate of the monster Disunion. On
examination in the tooial hall of the ttesmer
Stn&tr, Sherley master, bound down, a jury
having assembled, a true verdict having been
rendered over the doad body of Disunion, it
waa discovered, from a drop or spot in the
eve, that the last gleam that Impressed its pic
ture on the retina, left the image of a bottle of
Lob g worth's Sparkling Catawba. A sparrow,
we Jsam, has been found in the eye of cook
robin. - ." ' '
A Leap Tear is a bi-sextile year. It con
tains S6S days. Every fourth year one day is
added to the month of February or thetixth
of tbt calends of March, being the twenty'
fonrth day of February, is counted twice and
the odd day intercalated, on account of the
cxeest of tlx hours, which the civil year con
taint above 386 dayt. This exoest it eleven
minutes three seconds too mnoh ; that it, it
exceeds the real year, or annual revolution of
the earth. Hence at the end of every century
divisible by four, it ii necessary to retain the
bl-scxtlle day, and to suppress it at the end of
those oenturies whioh are not divisible by
In common yean, if the first day of March,
on Monday, the next year it would fall on
Tuesday, bnt in Leap Year it will leap to
Wednesday, fit. Valentine'! Day is on the
14th of this month. -
This ii a feast day of extensive observance
in the Catholic Churches, in honor of the puri
fication of the Virgin Mary, to-called from
the great number of lights used on the occa
sion. - This feast it lupposed to have origin
ated in the declaration of Simeon, that our
Savior waa "to be a light to lighten the Gen
tiles." On Candlemas Day the Roman Catho
lic! eoeseerate all the candles and taper!
which are to be need In their churches during
the whole year. In Rome the Pope perform!
the ceremony himself, and distributes wax can
dles to the cardinals and others, who carry
them In procession through the great hall
the Pope's palace. ; ;
It behooves the sectlonalists who have given
up their Insane attempt to destroy the Union,
now that they abandon their employment,
do as the heathens did In ancient times make
an offering or present to a deity to be hung
up in the temple. Let them dedicate the
mining tool! used, to the patron laint of the
country. The arms of Governor Chase and
Governor Jf agoffia are to be hung up for mon
uments. - Wedont mean their right 'arms,
it wai with those they pledged each other
the Constitution, and with those they made
their vowi for the Union forever.
Election To-Day of United States Senator
Eon. Salmon P. Chase, Sz-tioveraor
Ohio, will to -day, by a joint vote of both
leases of the General Assembly, be elected
succeed his own successor in the United States
Senate. The term of Hon. Geo. E.Pogh
to 18(1. , . . .
An Israelite in Deed.
Just after the fervent prayer In Congress,
yesterday, of the celebrated Hebrew, Xabbi
fcapheel, a Speaker was sleeted. The prayers
.1. t . - -it..,. t ... '
The City the O. and M. R. Co.
' The City Counoil released the 0. and M.
R. R. Co., by resolution adopted last night,
from lease of wharf between Mill-street and
MUlereek, and surrendered to the Company a
million of dollars of old depreciated stock
collateral security; accepting from the Com
pany their new stock in lieu of their bended
debt of $800,000 due in 1832, to be given op;
aleo $21,000 of laid new stock in lieu of White
water Ctnal Stock security, giving ths city
alto $137,000 of laid new stock under the
capitalization scheme, for the relinquishment
on the city of the lease ef the wharf under
taken heretofore by the former managers of
the O. and M. R. R. Co. If the scheme proves
successful the road will eeoape embarrass
Elopement with a Ficticious Niece—A
Woman Cowhides Her Husband.
Born three months ago Ishmael X. Nichol
son, of Coinooton County, lu this state, went
to New York and returned accompanied by a
young woman whom he represented to be a
brother'! daughter, but who in fact was
nothing of the tort. After the neice had
occupied the house tome weeks, Mrs. N.
became superlatively jealous of her, for various
good reasons, and informed her husband that
he must take hit relative a very pretty girl,
br the way to her home. To this NiohoTson
consented, and the loving twain started, ap
parently for Coshocton; but, getting out of
sight, they journeyed in the opposite direction.
The wife, hearing that they had eloped, fol
lowed, and finding them as they were stepping
out ef an omnibus, to take rooms at a hotel,
f be drew a cowhide she had obtained for the
purpose, and gave her liege-lord a most meroi
less eastigation. The married rake made no
resistance, and the wife the next day put in a
plea for a divorce
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVITH CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, February 1.
SENATE Mr. Clay offered a resolution
calling en the President for information in
regard to the proposals for heating the Capi
A menage was received from the President
indorsing the fees paid at the Consular offloes.
ur. utile introduced a resolution tnat tne
Committee on Military Affairs be instructed
to inquire into the expediency for paying the
officers of the army a gross sum per annum
instead, or allowances.
Mr. Grimes moved an amendment to In
clude marines. Adopted.
Mr. Pugh's resolution to the repealing of a
certain portion of the law of New Mexico and
Utah, was laid upon the table for the present.
Mr. Gwin Introduced a bill granting the
right of way to a certain party for a line of
teiegrapn to ue I'acme.
Mr. Rice introduced a resolution that the
Committee on Territories be instructed to re
port a bill for the organisation of the Terri
tory of Dacotah.
Mr. Grimes moved as an amendment that so
much of Minnesota not Included in the bound
aries of that State be annexed to Nebraska.
Mr. Brown'a resolution was laid orer until
The Senate then went intoKxecativo leeslon
and afterward adjourned.
HOUSE The proceedings were opened with
prayer by Rabbi Raphael. It abounded with
fervently expressed ratrlotio and religion!
sentiment. He implored divine blessings to
direct the House in the election of a Speaker
who may preside without favor or fear, and
that the members might speak and act for the
glory and happiness of their common country.
The prayer was listened to with marked atten
tion. The Clerk having stated that the ques
tion pending was the motion of Mr. Sherman
that the House broceed to vote for Speaker, on
motion of Mr. Phelps there was a call of the
House. Before the proceedings under the call
were completed, Mr. Bocock moved tbat Mr.
Clark, of New York, be excused for non-at
tendance. lie stated tnat a numDer of (ten
tlemen were absent, and that his motive in
making the motion was to give them time to
Several ebort explanation! of their votee
were made- by Clark, of Missouri. Cobb.
Keltt, Smith, of Va and Barksdale, the last
maintaining tnat if tne South Amenoana con
centrated with the Demoorats on McClernand
they could defeat Mr. Pennington. Messrs,
Hill. Oilmer. and Mallorv. did cot uih in
opinion with Mr. Barksdale; the latter said
another vote waa taken Mr. Briggs would vote
lor Mr. rennington, tnui efieoung nil eieo
Mr. Moore, of Ala., laid it would not be
any avail, be would lit acre until 1861 before
he would content to the election of a Republican.
He denied that hit vote, with all the
scattering ones, could elect Mr. McClernand,
and voted for Mr. Boyce.
Mr. Davia, of Miss., voted not for Mr. Mo
demand but for the country.
Mr. Brlggi, after an explanation, voted for
Mr. renningtqn, and tnus decided tne contest.
I Applause and buses.
Mr. Douglas stood at the desk watchine
Briggs during the whole of his remarks. Im
patient cries of "Proclaim the vote."
The vote resulted at follows: Whole number
of votes 230; Mr. Pennington 117; McClernand
85; rest scattering.
The Clerk decided that Mr. Pennington
wai elected. Applause in the gallery and
jur. Hinaman wtsned to make some re
marks about the election of a Republican, but
was loudly called to order by the Republican
Meters. Bocock and Sherman were annotated
by the Clerk to conduct the SDcakor to the
The Speaker delivered a speech, in whioh
he promised to preside with justice and impartiality.
He felt he had a national heart
wnioa embraces all parts of cur union. After
thanking his friends again for their kindness.
he entered upon the arduous duties of hit
station, Slight applause. '
The oath was administered to him bv
xne members were then sworn in by States.
A committee was appointed to notify the Sen
ate that the House wat organized. Adjourned
Later from Europe—Arrival of the City
Si. JoHts, N. F., Februarv 1. The steam
ship City of Munehttter arrived here from Liv
erpool on tne utn, short or ooaJg. tjbe re
mains hen about thirty-six hours, and will be
ace at .new xors on Wednesday next
ine tyvvor Af'icAMr lelt Uneenstownat a
P. M. of tbe 13th, and consequently brings
one day later from Europe,
Paais, January 1 J. A rumor is current that
the Congress meets on the 15th of February.
anotner rumor is to the etteot that Antonelli
has resigned his position at Rome. It is re
ported that a. treaty of commerce has been
completed between Franae and Ennland
The rentes have advanced, closing to-day at
The Daily Neva article says the court broke
up without the announcement of an alteration
in the rate of discount. Its city article says
that Lord Cowley did not oome to London en
any mission, and that he brought no propo
sition whatever from the French Government.
The telegraph between tbe Channel Islands
and France bad been successfully laid.
. An exaggerated aeoount of the stringency of
the New i org money msrae siijntiy in
financed the fundi. i
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
St. Lerjis, February 1. The OrerlandMail
has arrived hare. New gold mines have
discovered In the Putah Mountains, twenty
miles from Carson City. -
A silver mine has txen discovered In
Helena Mountain, which attracted much
ttlon. Some five hundred people have gene
toer to protpeer, i. i m t:.
-it .ii; '.!'
February 1. The Harper's
Ferry Investigating Committee disobarged
Realf to-day. He will leave Immediately for
New York. Thtddeut Hyatt arrived here
to-day; and will appear before the Committee
to-morrow. ' '
Senator Wilson waa before the Committee
to-day, he stated that early in May, 18S3, Mr.
Forbes cams to his seat is the Senate Chamber
and introduced himself, and informed him that
be (Forbes) had been employed by Brown, to
go to Kansas to diill some force, in 1857; that
Brown had not paid him for his trouble; that
his (Forbes) fomily wat itarvlng in Europe.
He snld thit the men in the East who bad
contributed for the defense ef Kansas ought
to pay bias.- I : , - - ,
He waa much excited and denounced
Brown and othen. He tsid that tome or the
arms which were sent to Kansas had passed
nto Brown's heeds, and were stored in lows.
tr wrote to Sr. Howesuffaestlnttohim to see
tome of the men who had contributed arms for
the defense of Kansas, to get those out ef
Brown's hands and piece them in the control
of reliable men in that Territory who would
see that they were only used for defense. He
said if those arms were used for Illegal pur
poses it would involve the men who bad con;
tributad them in trouble. Dr. Howe Imme
diately wrote back that the order had been tent
to Brown to deliver un those arms.
The matter passed out oi nis mma ana oe
supposed all was right. He had never heard
a word about the organisation of forces for
the invasion at Harper's Ferry in 1868, or
afterward, and did not know that Howe had
ent his letter to Brown.
The reeident Democratic National Commit
tee, several days ago, instructed their Chair
man to call on Senator Mason to inquire into
the authority of the newspaper dispatob.es in
. . - . . i Jl L .1 .U. TT.
relation w tne prooeeuiuge uoivio uiMur"
Be was assured that no information naa neon
furnished by any momber of the Committee or
Clerk for publication, and that the statements
I . 1 - A . 1. .
aoroaa were no pars oi wnumuuj, uut
may have been furnished by witnesses under
oath. All the member! of the House who
voted for Mr. Penniotfton have been notified
to meat t the Capitol to-morrow noon, xne
object, to make nomination! for all other elec
tive officers oi tnat ooay.
The Senate to-day decided to act in execu
tive Session to-morrow, on tha motion to re
consider the vote by wbioh Francis J. Grand
was reported as Consul to Havre.
Mr. Smith, oi Korth Carolina, in justice to
the Democrats who voted for him, hat reas
sured some of them, cr all, by proof, that he
never was a Know nothing.
CHisivsTOM, S. C, February 1. General
Pelsea, Embassador from one of tba oountriei
of South Amerioa, whe arrived at this port on
the Bteamer JmM, was robbed at his note), on
Saturday, of $2,000 In Spanish one hundred
real pieoes of theooinageof 1859, $1,500 in
ten and twenty pound notes oi tne Jsn oi
England, honorary decorations, crosses, jewels,
watches Ac., the total amounting in value to
Delegates to Charleston.
Saoo, Ms., February 1. At the Demoeratie
Convention for tacrine uisiriot noiaonin
Blddlcford to-day, S. R. Lyman and Augustui
Hamei were chosen delegates to Ubarieston.
One is a Dowries and the other an Adminis
tration man. The Douglas resolutloni were
Ex-Governor Chase for United States
Colcuboi, February 1. Ex-Governor Chase
has been nominated for United States Senator
in the Republican caucus to-night on the first
ballot. Toe election will take place to
morrow. "I ' ! 1
w ........ -m n . i TM.
moraine the boiler of Messrs. Ellii A Mitch-
ell's grain mill exploded, killing a negro and
injuring anotner. A large portion or tne
building was completely demolished. Lou
Pittbbubo, February 1. One hundred and
Seventeen eons will be fired to-morrow, under
the auspices of the Executive Committee of
the Alleghany County Eopublican Club, In
honor of the election or Ki-uovernor f ennisg-
tcn to the Speakership.
A Murderer Arrested.
....... . V.l - T i Trill-.
XiatfTlHUAK. jenucunrj onuinm iuuiw,
ohareed with the murder of a German named
Barry Gauker, at Philadelphia, on the 22d
ult., was arrested Here this morning by rniia-
delphla offioeri. He will be taken on this
The Cosmopolitan Awards.
Niw York, February 1. The sixth annual
award of premiums of the Cosmopolitan Art
Association took place promptly last evening,
and the list ef awards will be published iQ
tne atraat oi ins za inst.
Fire at Albany.
Aliast, V. Y., February 1. The fire at
tne gentrai juiiroaa buildings this morning,
although threatening for awhile, was subdued
with bat little damage. The whole loss will
be nnder $1,600.
Amur, N. 7. February 1. The Benubll-
cans sred one hundred and seventeen gens
to-night in honor of the election of Mr. Pennington.
Haw Yost, February 1. The steamer Africa
sailed at noon to-day, with $385,000 In speeis
and the New Orleans maili of January 2e.
PiTKSDio, February l.M. River six feet
by the pier-mark, and falling, Weather dear
Steamer Hickman Sunk.
Memphis, February 1. The steamer Hick-
man. bound from Cincinnati to Little Rook.
sunk in the Arkansas EWer. .
Tba river continued to deollne festerdar.
receding so slowly, however', as to leave nearly tbe
sameaiageoi waier ia.t evening tnat tnegjr was on
tionable above, bnt below here la well enoneh.
the weather wan very cold yesterday, and shore ice
waa forming all day. Should the preaent tempera
tnra conlinue and be p eneral for several days, ws
shall have conniderabb, ice in the Ohio.
f rei(bU) at the Landing were active yesterday for
all porta, with a surplus offering to the South. The
Lanaing looKra snnimawo ana onsinees was brisk.
Tbe rates of freight were anchangad, end were as
inc.: Flour, 3So.; Pork end Lard, 85c. j Found
Freights, Uo. per 109 lbs.
rmBuiiricvoiiuu. o.o.; jnviawwn. ow.i nniflKV.
nannvnie wiiuay, per Dri.,ouc. Aie,tw,i ronna
freights, iB.m. per 100 lbs.
tt. Loaij Heavy Found TraiRhts, 25c. per 100 lbs.:
Whisky eud OU, Mo. per brl.; Htoves, Uo.; Ale, Mo.
per un, t . . ,.
vuniville Whiik and Oil . SAs. tier brl.
oalro Whisky and Oil, tne. per brl.; Pound
Freights. 20e. per 100 lbs.
New Orleans Whisky and Oil 75c: Hour. Sflc.tFork
BOc.: Baonn, and other pound frulgta, J5,30o. per
iw iu.., &eg bara, im.-, tunes, eiu per oeeo,
a BTgAMBOAT SSOIBTgg. '" '
Aaarrau.-Jacob 8trader, Lenlaville; Magnolia,
Mayarilla; Forest Qneen, Madiionj Gray Esgle,
Fomeroy; Eunice, Jjoaaviile; Madieoii enl Bwtiior.
land. New Orleans; Marmora, Bt. Loola; Meseng.r,
SavaaTTaaS. Jacob Stradsr, Lnoisvlile; Vagno.
Ha, llaysville; Foreal Queen, Madison; Gray Eagle,
Fom.myi Dunleith, Seville; Haatings, Flttsburg;
JT A. A. Ejster, Clocks, Watches
Jew Iry, Hot. Ml and 371 Western-row. ...
' ' V Paguerrean' Gallery, south-west get.
ner of BUtb and Wertern-row, ever Henneford's
drag-store. Picture, taken and nt in food
for twenty eeute. Werranted to pleee n
HOME INTEREST. MARRIED.
JINIFKB - WtKTBHWKBFtR-Br . Bewe.
aemo. Fob. 1, at the rwldencoor ur.naaiuerg, -
jam lb Jenifer ro Kugenie wmwrw.uw. -
- a ! ah rHak 4sttk In aft .
HMTTH BROUIK XO uum. was v .sT V
jtmith,o(8t. Louia, to auss abum biwio, .v.u....,
of Uincinnall, Ohio, . -., -
a. - T. .ah -mesaer. dan
aged 8 year, and 3 months.
OOODWIlf-AttheHonseof Refuge, on Tneiday,
January SI, 1SAO. of congestion of the lungs, Alexan
dor Goodwin, aged IS iters. - -
niaun-in nu.r" - - .' - ...
WILSON Yesterday morning, or consumption,
Fmn" lretlVuit child Jt X. J. and Amanda
Wilson, agaa ismoniu. - ...
LEONARD-(M putrid sore inroat, yenwnr
daughter ef Josephine B. end H.aty U. Leonard.
V. M. SL L. ASSOCIATION.
RALPH WALDO EMERSON.
, Tj),,ff "PoVi'tt O
ThUTSday Evening, 6Dy .
SMITH & HIXON'S.
Admission, 25 oente. Doors open at 7 O'cioox i aieo-
tnr to oommence t 8 o'clock. ' , J"81"
nR. BOYNTON HE8PECT-
IDLLY announces, that he will give one
' At : ;.y t
wrvvrwrta ir a T W
SMITH & NIXON'S 11 AJLLs
FBIDAY EVENING, JIB. I.
SUBJECTS "Blectrlcltv of the Human
Hair." showlnsmantobee living GaVranio Bat
tery; his Brain a Magnet; Electriolty subject to his
will, and the connecting link between mind and
matter. , -;
At the does of the lecture he will iatrodnce a great
variety of experimente In Electricity, Galvanism,
Gbemiatry and Natural Philosophy, with explana
tions adapted to the capacity of all.
Admlislon 23 oenti. Pupils of Echools U cents.
lecture to coram en oe at 7M o'olock. foib
HUB-cVABTXas or las America Comnwurrau.'l
THE CONTINENTALS ARB
3 harnlr ordered to
aMtmible at their Head-quarters
on Plumntreet north of
Nmranth THIS (Thnradav)
EVENING, ITeb.J. at 1H O'clock. A puuciual at
utitn.np. 1. riiniiMii.a.
Th. Tonn. Americana of Cincinnati end vloinity
who are laTorablo to celebrating the 22d of febrnaty,
In tne old uontlnentai style, are coraiauy innwi v
be present. namm c. hum.
f02" .... . - pocnry.
SPIRITUALISM HISS EMMA
HABDINOE.tbe most rofonnd mile
rT.TTn.1 MjulliiniJ.tiAl MnA.k.r In AniArlca. will
lecture in national nan. iu-aii. uv
end blith, un SUNDAY MUKN1NO aid EVEN
ING, Tebmary o, I860. iw
HUGHES & DORLAND,
HAVE BEMOVED FROM 150
Walnnt-street to tnelr new etore-room,
noriU'west corner oi juaiu .uu imn-au wuv.u
therare now opening Urge a stock of Watches,
Jewelry, ClocKa, Silver Ware, Plated Ware, Watch
ovinia and iMatArlnla iu can Im found in the city, end
at nricee tbat can not fail to please. .Bemember the
store, north-west comer of Main ana fearl-streeta.
CHA9. STROBEIj & BRO.'S
Pncket.tinnk 8 tore end Factory have been
A .n uA iiui ualniit.atraAt. torn doora below
i.uun. W VV. u u u - 1 -7 .
Fourth, where tne Beit ann largeet aseorimeu. ui
waiieu, i-orte-muunaiwi. riw.t -v.... ,
Benkera' Vanes, Oabaa, Oases for Jewe.ry, Ac, can
be had at the loweat prices. jaoiaw
OHIO LIFE INSURANCE CO.
nhm Htkhnln nf tha Onfa ijira lnanr-
........ ii.Mun. a nntifiiul thi.t tha Annual Meetintf
for the choice of Directors will be held at tba i office
of the company, Ho. 68 West Third-street, on MON-
UKNIllf BOOK BY. Becretary.
CHILBLAINS AND FROST,
ir 11 wv.eT Palm.r'a Vegetable Ooemetio
mtinn Is the nover-raning remeay lor mm
annoyances, it not only enecii e compiom .".
... ihAmn.h .nnliAAtiAn. bnt it decreaeefl
ilia liability to e return of the same difficulty. Jfor
sale by druggists genarajiy.
bOLON PAIiMRB, Agent, '
No. West Fonrth-etreet.
nu it. lua Mr. S. Palmer
.V. . '.. ii. .f n i raaiwd a severe
injury on my left arri7ni the elbow, since which
I XS beengreatly annoyed by a eulan.oua dieeaae
on the same" After using varloua remedial without
anocese. lwai induced to iry y"J eu."i jj
nieSc Loilon, and am hnppyin informing you that
the use of "heJf a bottle ha. left my arm as smooth
end Ires from disease a iw
u"""u"""jo2n w. cakbnuowir.
.. 7 - 111 a niklnJ m e .A.i
For sale by droglT everywhere,
aimer's Vegetable Ocsmetlo Lotion,
notbtnf !. BUU)H PALMlvH, Agent.
ttiunilt uvwuui sussaa vvi we
KENNEDY'S NKDICAIi DI8
OO VIUI la acknowledged by the most em
lioiana. and by the aioet careful druggiete
nt the Tlnltad Statee. to be the moat effectual
hiAnrinnriAA.vr It nnwii.and to haverelievod more
suffering, eud effected more permanent cures, than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Salt tthenm, Krysipelas, 8cald.fiead, Scaly eruption
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the eyetem restored to full strength and vigor, t ull
and explicit direction! for the cure of ulcerated sore
la,auuouiercorrupi anu ruuuiuu totair., uinvuiu
the pamphlet with each bottle, i'or sale by JOllN D.
PARK, SpIBH, KUKnTf IB A CO., aai
KK, BUJLKH. aua.BXSiJ-01 S uu.,eua oiuiraa
?OFKICE OP THE PASEN
VtW OKB BAILBOAD
HAU - m
DOAlf ANT oir uusum-
and Hace-atreeta. October.
15, 1M9. Tbla road is now open. Vare will start,
at Intervals of ten minutes, from 6:30 A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence-street, and weetward on
rounn-streei w cmnn, ana on jrutn-sireei io
Wixid. Uitliena will dIhum bnar In mind that the
car. will invariably eroaa lnteraeotlne streets before
topping for paasengen.
u j&aiiui j. HUBDiiis, rreeiaens.
ORATES AND STOVES!
February and March.
THESE TWO MONTHS GIVE US THE
wont winter weather wa have in this climate.
It would be well for those wno nave not goitne
Patent to order it at once, aa no investment ean be
made that will pay so well la economy and comfort.
For toe prool oi mis laot, ineuire oi any oi me
.nu tlinn.aari'. who ara now nalue it inthfacttr.
Orders Ictt et the BAULI BTOFM BTOllK. No. 17
West rinn-streer, or sent inrougn mail, whi receire
Proprietor of Podge's Patens.
BOYS' - SCHOOL.
rsnns suBScaiBBR -will eeopen
I . his school, at il()4 Seventh-street, on MON.
T, A v fl.t ir.hrnarv 6. auu coillintle till tna ana o
June. Ther. will be taught the nsnal branchee of
.n ,... in m-u ul.ii.ju tui ,.i
iu, varum. urnncDwi m lav
M i.hmi.1 trm. im ijaiin. unw.
and French Lan-
tther brancbee, sao, or H per month. Pupils
'rArmi iortne jbiisiiButav; urn uer muuiu
charredrrom theaete.i entry. . .
..!' v: ni:' t jat i jr-i i it.
; .. OF THE-- ';; :
' N i OF ' '
' ' : : i : i" '. i ... n (
PBIOES MARKED DOWN.
Pampadour Broclie Silks, ; ; ;
, , ' Fiear Marguerite.
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS!
VERY CHEAT BARGAINS
... . i - -IN-
Robes de Chambre!
; ; ; ; . . - at . . . . .,
Low Prices !
, With a Vaet Variety of Other
feicl " -- ' ' ' ' ' ''
Avlatlnir bfltwMti Slulllns. Johneton A Bl
Bmiih ..nlrufm thn l.t .Tun., hr Iteown limitation
.Ha ine witoarawai oi mr. cmiiu. iu. uubiiiow vi
the old Arm will be settled by the trnderaigiied ana
will be continued br tbem ornlnr tb Ann name of
' ; Wigwam Tonid
' a fresh supply OF Till
X. LEST TON IO just received and for sale bf
LBKItT K0H8. ))mtllt,
fi. W. cor. Klgt' (Int. and Weetern-rosr.
Essence of Pine-Apple,
E1SSENCK OF LEMON, OIL OF LEMON,
JLi Keaence or Stranberrr, oil oi urange, essence
ol Orauge. UU or jsose, mr eaie rr
v " ' AJjBHBT BOSS, Druggist.
jft30 P.tv. for. ICIirhtlut. and Wwiwii-ww.
, , ;Pure Liquors. i
TB HAVK ON HAND A LABOB BUP-
, w V PLY or Llijuora, selected especially lor medl'
.i .ntniwi. eni-.h aa Old Cennao llrandv. Old Bour
ton Whisky, Old Uj Whi.ky, Old UolUud Gin,
Via rorc wido, uia ooerry wiuo, viu aiauena n iui
UldOetawoe wine. weieny
A LBS (IT BOBS, Drnggist,
j30 B.W. cor. Elxhta-et.aud Weelarn-roir.
Eeduction of Prices!
"Warranted Htrlotly Pure" Ground gplcee.
Tbe usual sized package at a lower price.
A larger sized package at the nsual price.
WE HAVE THIS DAY MADE THE
following redaction In our prices for Her
rison, Xaton At o,'. brand or Ground Spices, via.:
Oronnd Pepper is reduced rrom 40 to 3.1c. per doz.
Do... Allspice do. 40to?) do.
' So, Cinnamon do. ' 40 to 3D 'do. -Do.
Clovn , do. 40 to 30 do.. .
Do. Ginger do. 35 to 30 do.
owTbe usual discount to the wholesale trade. No
Charge for boxes.
In addition to the above, we are putting up a larger
package, which we shall aell at the former price 4.
per down, making it more desirable lor both dealer
In view of tbe numerous articles or an adulterated
character that are constantly thrown upon the mar
ket, we invito tha attention or our friends end pa
tron, to the above. named brand of Spices, assuring
tbem that they are article, in whioh ihern ie no
deception. Furthermore, we horeby pledge our.
wives that the eeality of the above brand eholl
ol be reduced, but tbat it shall be the .aine
riotly pure article tbat has hva manufactured
uy me oic
ld Aim (II.,
K. A Co.) for the last sixteen
99 and 101 Walnnt-street.
Coal! uo! Coal! ; ,
THE CINCINNATI FUEL COMPAis Z
deals in the beat ctmlltlts or tbe Tarions kinds
ofCoaU brought to tbe city. ' . ''i
Ordnrs sollolted and promptly attondpd to.
jawaw W. M. HDBBBLL, Bee'y. "
. -.i ; Cannel Coale
fATOW RECEIVING A superior article of
XI Cannel Coal, and (or sate at no, ius
W. M.' HtBBELL, Secretary.
: Winifrede Coal ; .( ,
FRESH LOT, DIRECT FROM THI
mines, end an excellent article for Booking.
LANE sV BO DLI Y
MAjrryAOToBSBg or " ''
AKD CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
Cereer Johaaed Weier aMniaelutit9e
i. J. BUTLER'S
Gxceliior Fluid Inks.
. .. . . i ..' ! mti
Mannfactorls Vlua Bt ' 14
TOHN BOUDSK'S EXTRA BUGAB-
SLP OCBBD BamsaadDrisd Basfat-:
Nos. 819 end 831 Main-street.
EST BRANDS FAMILY FLOUR AT ,
,',.. .. . VUlil-SiB'SV I
Noe. 810 and 821 etaln-etreot.
GOLDEN AND HONEY 6YR-
Vm. m and 331 Maln-atreat,
DAILIE'8 PATENT BREAD AND BUTt
JLsr TIB CBAt)jK. at - . wtoi".
os. 819 and 881 Maln-etreet.
eriQAL OIL At 90 eeuts per- gallon, saa
wrti th. nest m -"J", . : .
. jaig , Corner Ninth nnd lne-.ttess.
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS R
oeired every day at , FBBCIDSOII'S. -J
i - wmsr rinin sue i miwiwwi
FARINA. Just receired. It
boxea Hecker's Varlna. JTor sale, wholesale
and vaUil. br A. 8SeUUNAt.il VU.
M and Brancb more 349 Want Tourtht.
AKER'S COCOA Just reoeiTod, 11 boxes
Baker'a.Coooa. For sab , whole,... eour..,
M and Branch Store M9 Wee fenrth-.
sTstLIVE OIL Just
vnnaivad. 21' dOttB
nnerlorOil. Tor le, wholesale
end retail, by A. MOUONAiiw oj w.,.
ji sis. and Braeeh Store. iW Wast rourth-st
. . ' A 8kf.
i-ir M. H. RAI-DWIN. ATTORNEY
W ArTDOOUNHILWmAIlbAWand ltatw
Commissioner of the Superior and mmon Pleae
Conrta, Bank Building, norm w wnt.r on-""
al I ,
WOUJVTr. A.U DVB X:i rt
Younp: Ladies' " ! '
WILl, OPES ITS EIGHTH
8K88I0M oa BOBBaT. Febroarrl. with
fall eomplemeat of able emd etSeisol Teach era. .
No care or expense baa been spared to make this .
Bohool ell tbat a Semlsary for Teang liadiea should
be. All the jrapita rrom abroad boetd is tbe family
of tbe Preeldeat, making it mere like a family than .
boardio! aohMl. Basides a rull supply of appara
tus for illiutratiBg tbe scienoesi it is furnished with 1
Library and Beading Boom.......'. ' ' . ' - ' '
Tor pleasurable recreation, choice is rtn-n between
the Calllstbeneum for indoor aad the Bldlnt Bcbool a
tar nnMoor ex.rciae. ' '- - .-. j
wr Knr particulars, aaareas tne Freetdent.OT I. H. -jr-
WH1TS.S4 West Feertb-street, Oioclnoati. jaam ,
1 ! i ' iv' i 1 i HMI
THE .' SUBSCRIBERS . HAVE TAKEN.,. ,
the store lately occupied by Iloiiry Talis, ,, .:''.'.
No. 65 West Fourtlstreet,' Ji M'
And Hill keep always on hand one of the largest
cocks ana tneiaiesi pauernsoi 'i i i ;.
To be found in the oouiitry, which ibey offer at ' ' '
AT WE0LESALE OR RETAIL, V ' '.
At prices beyond competition. -....
S. HOLMES & SON, - "
No. ,65 West Fourth-street, s i
Jai7amf 1 1 Adjolnlni Tlke's Opera-ho'nM. " '
GROVEP. &' BAKER'S
1 New and Improved ,
SHUTTLE OR LOCK STITCH
Tbe best aid Only Machines In the market snlteble '
for all kinds of manniacturing purposes at the
LOW PRICE OF $50.
groVer & baker,
' SEWING PIAOHINB CO., ..
58 West Fourth-street. -: ;
:; . ! rjaMtfJ ... "
157 Overcoats'; - ;''v : "T-''
75 Cass. Susinesa Coats; ,
64 Cloth Frock Coats;' "
100 pairs Fancy Cass. Pants ;
33 Cassimere Vesta ;':,"'!
75 Silk Vests, ' -v . .
SW The aboye will be sold at cost prices to olose
Winter Slock. . , .
, T. W. 8PRAQUE eV CO.,
ja23cw ' 8. K. corner Fourth and Vlue-sts. ,
''r- . i r, ' -'i. . Trr. !
Old.eatabltihed Saddlery nnd Coach-Bard.
' ' ;' : ware Booae. ,'
HMTER, DMBST0N & CO.
168 Malii.st., bet. FourtU and Flftli,
Importers, Wholesale Dealers and Manufacturers of ,
v ; -and--
A FULL STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF
GOODS used in tbe above trades. '
MerclmnH, Oarringe. makers aud Saddlers soliolled
to call at the old.tabllshed bouse before purchas
ing eleewbere, as t hoy ere determined not to be out
done by imv home in the country. ' jatTaw
REM O "V" A. Hi .
JANUARY 25, 1860.
BRADLEY & WEBB
1 Have this day removed to tbeir MEW ST0BE,
185 MTtl3a-st., '
Where, with greatly-Increased facilities, ther Will
..... . eontinneiibe " j. i ,.,.
STiTIONEBT, : r:.
Blank Book Manufacturing Business.
: ' rjaastf-idpl ' -'
HAVE REMOVED MY BEAL EN-'
OBAVINOandhigbtMaoIline Works to the large
and elegant building . " -'
No. 61 West Fourtli-street,
Between Walnut and Vine, Third Vlour.
if ton wast a sail, pbiss j j- D 'j! I
, . It lOU WiNX A SKWINO HiLOHINK
If you want any kind of HAt HACBINEBYxnade or
W. M. F.VHEWSON,
Auctioneer, and Ktoct aud BiU Broker, .
No. 2S Thlrd-st., Basement oi masonic snuung. .
Btocks and Bonds bought and sold on commission.
Mercantile Paper and uans negotiated.
Kvtes, ilivideuds and Interest Uuupons oolleoted, , i
,-ti. r i AUCTION 8ALBS , .
Of Steoks, Bonds, Baal latate, Ao., en any day re-.'
'"awrihe patronage of the public la respectfully so
CARNEAL PL A0E,' CO VINQTO CV KY.,'
between Tenth and Blevenlh-troets.-Tho
Klghth Ba.ion of tbi. Institution will sommence
on MOBAy, JaunarySo, 1W. ' "
Assisted bye full corp. of Toachers. One hundred,
nnnlle have been enrolled tbe past eewiony etui
bwmore can be acoommodated. lor further par
ticulars, catalogues may be obtained by addressing
the Principal. jaaibw
Tin-ware, Spouting,. &d
):!! KO. 34 T1MK-8TBUT, IAB FRONT,
: t.-di j ' CINCINNATI,
KEEPS ON-It AND AND MANUFA0-' !
TUBUS to order ell varieties of Tin and Sheet,
iron Were, Public Lanterns, and other article, in
bis line. Manufactures to order all varietiee of Mo.
telllo Kooning, Tin, Oopporand Sheet-iron.
Lantern Glass alway. on hand, i .1 ! ',
Order from adlaUncs promptly attended lo.
A fow Stove, on hand to dispose at obeap for cash. ,
Stove-pipe furnished and Jnp atTshort notloe.
qitA uBiieoirMe ues uepioiioSl '
naai)S-iqninioo pue u.-uj.j1
A"nnuoj) enuaAinao iswoo iwa-riiJioii
I.aa era rrTrnHrTT A 1 AA ' i'' ?
JU i CAiXJiti. w -U.
moinwioa axdsnoi40i,lo'K',ll,,8 '...
ho eaouis sa an: im 'sszia 11 5 .;
aU - a est lntWfll In atyIIM 1A Jl . . t . . .
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