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AftSYW.FBABOISOO. JOHN D. CALDWELL.
mnMtnnmiMU. '' -
WOW PA Yp -
FEBRUARY 6
THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION
IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.
BE US. . , . . ,, . , j
la order to sweet the oftow expressed
wishes ! oar frleade la the eouotry, who
desire m ho famished with a Cfco Daily
raver, we have reduced the arise f ear
abacrlptlon (rem tear te three stellar aer
year vityable la alt eases la adwaae. ' Pet
nay leu period thaa eae year ear term
will be at the eld rate of fear dollar.
Three dellar karely aaflee to ay for the
blaak payer we as la arlattasj It, yet we
are determined te ejlw the eeaalry ater
chants, ae well a ear elty aatrono, the
cheapest aod heet payer ever pebllehed la
the Qaeea City. The Press laralehea the
tune Market had Telearapa report aire
by ear larger eatemaorarieo, with a creator
rarlety ef ceaeral aad mUeellaneeae read
Editorial and Selected Melange.
Parents, 70a should ear for the manners of
jour children for then become their h&biti,
and manner mtks the man. Culture them to
a love of the beautiful for beauty, to tbs
tutored eye, lain ill things; the ipirlt of beaut;
it everywhere, but mutt be wooed. "Those
who can tee God in every thing are rare to be
good in everything."
The citizens of Newport, Ky., meet thii
evening to eontider measures to provide an ade
nosl supply of wholeeome water. A reser
voir and water works are projected. -
The Legielaturei of Kentuoky, Tennessee
and Ohio, in deohning to aooept the invitation
to visit Albany and accept the hospitalities of
New York, acknowledged the offered courtesy
at an evidence of comity aad neighborly regard.
One of the itudiu of a mother ihould be to
advance her child's eharaoter daily in refine
mentrefinement in its wants, ita modes of
living, clothing and furniture; refinement of
the mind, the heart, the sentiments and pas
iiona,and of its language, morals, custonc
and pleasures.
The time ef holding the District Court in
Hamilton County is fixed, viz on April 18,
aad October 1. The Courts of Common Pleas,
January 2, June 4, and November 5. These
are appearance days, but the Courts are in
legion throughout the year.
Much of the formalism of our religion is a
mock ihow. Many use tbe Scriptures as an
arsenal, to be resorted to only for arms and
weapons, not as a matchless temple, with de
light to contemplate the beauty, the symme
try, and the magnificence of the atruoture, or
to increase their awe or to excite their devo
tion to the Deity there preached and adored.
The Kentucky Legislature designs to dose
lis session on the 34th Inst A proposition is
pending in the General Assembly of Ohio to
adjourn about the same time. "
He that consorteth with wise men will be
wise. Men are known and influenced by tbe
company they keep. '
"He is a Cincinnatian," should be a phrase
of recommendation to artisan or merohant.
The merit, however, should be in the wortS of
the person.
Aristotle hearing a man bout that he was a
nativs of a famous and mighty city, told him,
"That does not signify so much ; the question
is, are you worthy of such a oity?"
Vice-President F. G. Carey is to report, on
Saturday next, to the Horticultural Society,
on the propriety of having the next meeting
of the United States Agricultural Association
at Cincinnati. It should be held here, of
course.
The question of shutting the gates of the
Slate of Ohio against the admission of any
more free colored people is being agitated.
The Senate has pasted a bill to allow the
city of Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, to bor
row $20,000 to pay debts, and issue bonds at
eight per cent., for fivs years, to pay the same.
Senator Key, of this county, has introduced
a bill which provides that the Ohio State Re
ports shall, hereafter, be published by tbe Re
porter of the Supreme Court, who shall fur
nish the State with three hundred copies, at
$ 2 per copy, and, in lieu of salary, shall have
the exclusive right to publish the Reports for
five years.
The annual exhibition of the pupils of the
Deaf and Dumb Asylum of the State has been
held in the Hall of the House. What an im
provement it would be in the good order of
the Legislature, perhaps in ita wisdom, if the
members were gifted with all the distinguish
ing active and negative faculties of the deaf
and dumb.
Thbksfold Powts. Three Committees
joined in one, numbering one hundred and
fourteen, are to prepare for a tip-top celebra
tion on the 18th of April, of the Twenty-fifth 1
Anniversary of the Organization of the Young
Men's Mercantile Library Association. Presi
dent Theodore Cook is Chairman of the Board
of Directors; R. M. VT. Taylor, Chairman of
tbe Committee of Three, and John W. Hart
well, Chairman of the Committee of One Hun
dred. There's a trinity of activities for yon.
If each porson in health was to earn his
own; each man would be master of a happy
destiny.
James C. Hall, ef our oity, who, for the past
year has had charge of the commodious and
elegant hotel The Oliver House at Toledo,
has transferred the management te Colonel
John McKender.
The result of driving with slack reins is an
rcrasional stumble. Keep the reins taut, and
the eurbing-bit so as to command the team.
President Andrews, of Kenyon College, tuoft
have let the students have a looee reins as a
big stumble occurred a few days sinoe, and it
was deemed necessary, for discipline, to dis
miss near fifty students, 't i .
The poet Pope was deformed and diminu
tive in person. He had phrase he often
used: "God mend me." A boy, in the street,
hearing the exclomation, orisd out.- "Mend
you? He'd better make a new one." Con
gress proposes to tinker away at a faulty Post
office Law. The truth is, a new one should
be made, out and out ' '
Womm'i RienrtvMrs. Lucy Stone Black
well and Henry Ward B eschar were speakers,
on Thursday evening, at the Cooper Institute,
New York. The lady expressed her thought
that women should be as much voters and
legislators ae men. The gentlemea arged that
progress is the word; that women should be ad
mitted to the same public trusts, and be
awarded the same legal and civil rights that
men now enjoy.' .. '
A requisition on Governor Dennitcn, for
John Brown, jr., to attend as witness before
Veiled Stetes Beasts) Committee, It is said, has
been made, but the Governor found no powers
to take no tion in the premises.
The President has appointed Mr. Gleesbren
ner, late 8ergeant-at-Arms of the House, the
Treasurer of the United States. : . ,
Another Ohioian has been thossn to the Sen
ate of the United State Milton S. Latham,
formerly of the city of Columbus, had been
but twelve days Inaugurated Governor of Cali
fornia, when the Legislature eleoted hira U. 8
Senator, to fill the unexpired term of the un
fortunate Broderick. Mr. Qulnn, Speaker of
the Senate, becomes Lieutenant Governor, etc
Mr. Downey, who becomes the Chief Magie
trate of the State until a regular election.
, There is, said Washington Irving, in every
true woman's heart, a spark ef heavenly fire,
whloh beams and blazes in the dark hour of
advetsity. "
The game law of this State, as amended,
will Interdict the killing or . having in posses,
sion game so killed, between January and
July of eaoh year.
"The partisans have built a wall between
people of . the North and South, along
Mason A Dixon's line, which they have
daubed with antempered mortar. This the
patriotic people are breaking down, and we
set each other again as of yore. The restora
tion of good feeling will be complete by the
32d of February. On Washington's birthday
the hands of each man in the United States
ihould be locked in the hands of his neighbor,
and the "union of hands and of hearts" should
thus extend through all the States. '
' If our mechanics are smart cheap building
lots will be obtained by them, at once, along a
route to be reached by a street .railroad, on
which oottage homes may be built, with all
the comforts and beauties of gardens. It will
not be long until the cars will continue up
Millcreek Valley to Cummlnsville. Healthy
homes, decorated with taste, out of the throng
of the city, would be a new bond of influence,
promotive of the growth of Cincinnati.
It was good advice which a father once
gave to his boy : "My son, learn to say No"
that is No, Sir.
The Mouth of Purification.
We should be reminded of our defilement.
In the Jewish economy there was a legal or
eeremonlal uncleanllnoss, which disqualified a
person for sacred services, or for common
Intercourse with the people. Let us then, in
this month of February, have a purification.
"Purify yourselves and your osptivss on the
third day, and on the seventh day purify all
your raiment," Numbers, xxi. Let us of the
several States have not even the smell of the
smoke of corruption upon our garments.
Dnity and concord, with our natural diversity
of charaoler, if we do the clean thing, will
make us the great people of tbe world. Some
make tbeir purgation by the ordeal of fire or
water; some by fire-water, such as Bourbon,
Lincoln, or Robinson; tbs other extreme on
water only; but all oan agree on a compromise
of the sparkling Catawba. Great is Catawba,
and Longworth is the Prophet.
Lord Cowley.
This British diplomatist is a nephew of the
first Duks of Wellington, and, although bat
fifty-six years of age, he may be oalled a vet
eran, for he has been in the diplomatic servioe
since his youth. He has been employed in
the embassies of Vienna, Stuttgart and Con
stantinople. He was Minister Plenipoten tiary
to Switzerland in 1848, andaftorwaid to Frank-
fort-on-the-Main, where he acted as Minister
to the German Confederation. In 1852, when
Napoleon became Emporor, Lord Cowley was
ohosen to replace Lord Normanby to France,
and in conoort with the Earl of Clarendon, at
tended the peace Congress of Paris, which
opened February 25, 1856. In the proposed
Peace Congress this diplomatist will represent
England.
Pay the Tribute Due to Merit.
It Is but justice that the ladies and gentle
men of Cincinnati should attend at the Opera
house during this week to witness the persona
tions in the elevated characters of the drama,
of an accomplished artist who has given fame
to this city. Mrs. Julia Dean Hayne is at
home here. To-night she commences in our
eity her farewell engagement. It was here
her ambition was fired to take a first position
In her profession. It was by the aid of Cin
cinnati friends that the father of Julia Dean
repaired with his young charge to make her
first star engagement at Nashville. Let the
welcome be cordial and universal.
Camilli Di Cavour.
Tho Sardinian Government hai been re-organised.
Cavour, again ita Prime Minister.
He once edited a journal, entitled the Raur
rection. We conclude that his restoration to
power will soon be followed by another awak
ening in Italy. This confidant of the allied
monarohs, has been an over-zealous friend of
Napoloan, and if an issue occurs between Pope
Pius and the Emperor of Franoe, Cavour and
Garibaldi will deolde the fate of Central Italy
in favor of freedom.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH Later from California-Arrival of the
Overland Mail.
Manor's Station. February 4 The Over
land Mail Coaoh, with San Francisco dates to
toe ldtn uit., ana telegraphic advices to the
evening ef the 14th, arrived here this evening.
Milton S. Latham, the newly eleoted Governor,
ten nights after beinr inaugurated, waa nomi
nated in eaucusfor United States Senator, and
on the following day was elected to that office
by the Legislature. The vote stood, Latham,
97; Edmund Randolph, Anti-Lecomptonite, 15;
0. 8. Bhafter, Republican, 3. The new Sena
tor was to start for Washington by the steamer
oi the 5th inst. In eonsequence of the eleotion,
Lieutenant-Governor Downey becomes Gov
ernor of the State for the ensuing two -years.
Mr. Quln, who had been elected President
pro (em. of the Senate, becomes Lieuteaant
Governor.
The Indiani had been oommlttine outrages
in Mendocino County. Dwellings were burnt
ana stocs xuiea.
. Major Fitzgerald, United Stales Army, died
at Los Angelos on the 9th nit.
Mining intelligence unimportant. Very
rich, diggings had been diseovered on the
Klamath, a short distanoe below the mouth of
the Humbug.
Cimmtrcial InUlltgtnce. The market is
ewtherauiet.and without movement of any in
tercet Liquors la demand at higher prices.
Money easier.
The steamer tTtrihemir, bound for Portland,
Oregon, was wrecked on the 6th uit, on tbe
rocks aear Cape Mendocino. ' Eleven passen
gers are known to be lost, besides twenty-two
of the crew, including the First Officer and the
Irst Engineer. .
Trial of Stephens.
CaiiLmowir, February 4. The trial ef
Stephens progressed yesterday, and a full Jury
was sworn.: The opening speeches of tbe
counsel consumed we any.
HOME INTEREST.
- A. A. Xyster, Clocks, Watch and
Jews try. Ho. Ml and 171 Western-row. fr
f 'mmmi m mm sfcsMaiMaaja nH 1 am. ;.
. t r
Daguenean Gallery, south-west cor
ner ef Sixth and Western-row, over Bannaford's
drug -store. Picture teitea and at In food oases
for twenty cent. Warranted to flea:
Ball & Thomas, on Fourth-st., near
Bac,ar still supplying tbe public with fin Pic
ture!, which, in point of srtlatto. execution, are tin
equaled. Give them a call. . . ; '. '. n'.'i
fiV Madame Ellis's Uterine Elixir cures
Prolapsus tndsll disease peculiar to femslM.aod
her Spanish Balsam it the best family medicine
known. Bead advertisement and try the medlolne,
and you will find It as food a recommended. For
ale at the office, No. Hi West BIXt-tret, and at
drng-storea. ' 1. -n '
PoRiMA or Niw Goods. New
tries, at low price, just what is wanted in every
family, at No. II West roirth-streef, opposite! the
fenny Press Office-Drake' Patent Coal-oil Lamps,
the best in the city. They give a brilliant and cheap
light. Sewing Lamps; Stand Lamps) Breakfast,
Parlor and Mantel tmps; elegant 8uspeslon Lamp
for Parlors : Lamp suitable for all placo soiling at
low prices. Call and ae them. The best quality of
Goal Oil always ou hand, at W cents per gallon,
warranted to suit. . . 1 .,,,'it
. '8V-ClTIZBKS AMD 6 TEA KM HI ECQDIBIMO
Stereoscopes in mahogany, rosewood and leather;
Stereoscopic View In gronps, statuary, landscapes;
Steel Bracelets, Brooches, Clasps, Buckles; ,
Fans in pearl, Ivory, ssndal-wood, mourning;
; Bracelets in coral, jet, gold and in beads; ' .,
Coral Necklaces, Shoulder Ties, Negligees;
: , Wax Beads, In white, coral, blue, lavonder;
Card Baskets, Card Becolvers, Card Oanei; ,
Odor Stands, Odor Boxes, Toilet Bottles;
. : Jewel Caskets, Jewel Boxe, Work Boxes;
. Writing Desks, Portfolio!, Gold Fens;
Crying Babies, Speaking Dolls, China Wax Dolls;
Lidles' Purses In leather, wire, velvet, pearl, shell;
:, Traveling llaga, Satchels, Cabas Dresriog Cases;
Meerschaum Pipes, Snnff-bcxes, Cigar Cases,
And etery variety of FANCY GOODS, suitable for
Gifts, will nnd them at ' '
J. D. PARK'S BAZAAB OF FANOT,
feJawd N. E. Cor. Fourth and Walnnt-sta..
MARRIED.
WAITS WEBB On the e'cnlne of Thunder.
February 2, at the residence of the bride, near New
town, Ohio, by Ev. If. M. Wilde, Mr. Arthur K.
waiu,oi union vauey, uamornis, 10 mm unmi
Webb.
KKrLER-nOGaiN-OntheM init.. l.r Rev. W.
M.Wildo. Mr. D.vld Keflnr. uf Fieaaant Ridffn. Ohio.
to,' Hiss Laura K. Gggin, of Newtown.
WETH ERWICK MA RTI N-On Wedneadav. Feb.
rnary I, by Jkev. T. J. Melish, at his residence, 3
weet &igmii-Bireei,iiicoara neinerwicn sua trany
Wartin.
DRAKE VERY At Hartford. Conn.. Januarr
13, bv Rev. Oeoree M. Webber, J. Louie Drake, of
Ciucinnatl, to Miss Anna B. Very, of Hartford.
nnNN-KKKR-)nlh2!lnt..t tbe Columbia
Hotel. Aberdeen. br Suuire Sbelton. Mr. S. 11. Donn
to Miss R. K. Kerr, both of tills city.
DIED.
HACnN-On Saturdav. January 2S. at Jacksonville.
Florida, of conanniDtion. It. S. Bacon. In the thirty.
seventh year of bit age.
Funeral will take place on Tuesday, tbe Tin inst.,
at two o'clock I M , from the residence of his father-
in-law, no. 949 tliilicu-atreor, i incinnaii, wnuner
his remain will have been brought. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
T.TNTl fin Ratnrdav. Januarr 4. at eix o'clock A.
M. .Jennie Minor, infant daughter of Bobert J. and
Helen M. Lind. . . .. .
KILLOUGH-On Frldav ev (rains. February 3. at
ten miantee after twelve o clock, after a protracted
illness, Dr. James Killougb, In the sixty-first year of
his age.
PING On the 2d inst., at ten o'clock P. VI., at her
atreets. Hester Pine, consort of Clement Pine, aged
sixty three year.
PKNTON In Lonisville. Febrnarv 1. George B.
Ponton, of tbe firm of Martin A Penton. of that
city.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
THE STATED MEETING OP
CINCINNATI R. A. CHAPTER. a
NO. 2, will be held on THIS (Monday)
KVENIN(J,at half past six o'clock, P. 11. A XX
full attendance is requested, by order of tbe r v
at. e. h. p,
B. WHITOOMB.
reea
Secretary.
MAGNOLIA LODGE, NO. 83,
IGtr I. O. O. F.-The Officers and u.,w,to
Menu (.era of Magnolia Lodge, No A3,
1. 0. 0. F., are hereby notilied to meet 5j(?viv
at their Hall, cornertfixtb and Walnut- "jiniv"
streeta,on Tueiday afternoon, tbe 7th
inst., at one o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of at
tending the funeral of our late Brother, B. H. Baoou.
All members of the order in good standing are
fraternally invited to participate with na.
cyoruoroi iietj.p'j w. li. muaraus, n. u.
REV. PETER CART WRIGHT,
D. D.. 'the nloneer ltinerent." who bas
been lecturing to crowded houses in New York,
Baltimore and Pittsburg, will lecture fot the benefit
of Ladies' Home Mission, in Wealer Chnnel. next
TUESDAY EVENING, at seven and a half o'clock.
Admission twenty-nrecants. The public are invieca.
N. B. Tlclteli botiuht for Mr. Melburn'a lecture
will be good for thla. fwib
OHIO LIFE INSURANCE CO.
The Stockholder! of the Ohio Life Insur
ance Company are notified that tbe Annual Meeting
for the choice of Uirectota will be held at the office
of th company, No. 68 West Third-Btreet, on MON-
uai, tne tiu day oi Beoruary, ikgv, Between me
hours of 11 o'clock A. U. and 1 1'. M.
laizt ttKHKY. KOUH 1 1, secretary.
MnrCHILBI,AINS AND FROST.
V ED FET. -Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic
Lotion is the never-falline remedv for these areat
annoyances. It not only effects a complete cure,
often by one thorough application, but it decreases
the liability to a return of the sam difficulty. For
aaie uj uruggiits generally.
SOLON PALMS B, Agent,
No. U West Fourth-ttreet.
de2t
awr3EVIDENCE ACCUMULATES.
Cincinnati, Deo. 17, 1859, Mr. 8. Palmer
Dear Sir : Some five year since I received a severe
Injury on my left arm, near the elbow, since which
I have been greatly annoyed by a cutaneous disease
oa the same. After using various remedies without
success, 1 was induced to try your Vegetable Cos
metio Lotion, and am happy In informing yon that
the use of half a bottle ha left aty arm as smooth
and free from disease as its mate.
urauiuuy yours,
JOHN W. DANENUOWEB.
No. Its West Third-street.
For Bale lit drnirfftata AVftrvwhnm. R mrA In ant
Palmer' Vegetable Ooemetto Lotlon.and accept of
nothing else. SOLON PALMER, Agent.
ue.-v no. wi west f onrin-sirees, uinoinnati, u.
HUGHES & DORLAND,
Wholesale Jewelers, ,
HAVE REMOVED FROM IW
Walnnt-stroet to their new store-room.
norm-west corner of Main and Pearl-street, where
thev ara now oneninffaa lariteaatock of Watahea.
Jewelry, Clocks, Sliver Ware, Plated Ware, Watcb
looia anu materials as can oe tonna in tne city, ana
at price that can not fail to please. Remember tbe
store, north-west corner of Main and Pearl-street.
Ijajiaw)
Removal.
CHAS. STROBEXi k BRO.'S
Pncket-tmok Htnr and Tartar havn Kamt,
remuvfd to No. 190 Walnut-street, two door below
Fourth, where tbe best and largest assortment of
Wallet, Porte-monnaies, Purses, Bag, Portfolios,
Bankers' Case, Cabas, Case for Jewelry, Ac., can
be bad at the lowest prices. ya31aw
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DIS
COVERT Is acknowledged bv the mnat em.
nent physicians, aud by the most careful druggist
throughout tbe United States, to be the moetefTectual
blood-purifier ever known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent enree, than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
SaltRbenni, Erysipelas, Scald-head, acaly eruption
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the witein restored to full atrenfith and visor. Full
and explicit directions for the care of ulcerated sore
legs, and other corrupt and running ulcere, is given in
the pamphlet with each bottle. Fer sale by JOHN D.
PARK, 8U1RH, ECKSTEIN A CO., and GKOBGE
M. DIXON. Price 81. epl-y
fer-TaOPFICE OF THE PA8SEN
ftL GER RAILROAD ,, ,
COMPANY OF 01NOIN- w JTipj. uul.
NATI.S.W.ConirofThlrd !&?T7JFVi?. SJSf
aud Bace-etreots, vtha T77aVi -f , YhiTTm
IS, I8S!i.-Thi road is now open. Car will start,
at interval of ten minute, from 6:30 A. at. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrence-atreet, and westward on
SHS-iSS t0f,B1b' S! 'Iftb-stree to
Wood. Citisen will please bear In mind tbat the
car will Invariably eros intersecting a tree hi before
stopping for passenger. ,.
ocb-tf JAMES I. BOBBINS, President.
JUST RECEIVED 200 dos. cans Fresh
Delaware Peaobes;
. 20 cases assorted Havana Preserves;
20 can assorted brands Fruits (French); .,
M cases French Brandy Cherries; ' '
-. eases French Gherkin; .
at oases French Open; ,
!W cases Brandy Peaches; p , ' ' ' "
i sacks Teia Pecan.; ' -e - 'n .' : . .
1 casks Xnglish Split Pees... For sale, whole!
and retail, by JOHN BATES,
fee . National Theater Building, Sycamore st.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DELANO & GOSSAGE,
VI -
"West Fourth-st.
CONTINUATION
i -or-
CLOSING-OUT SALES
, ; Ricli and Desirable j ;
JDBESS GTOODS!
Broclie Silks," ! ;
Flounced Silk Kobes,
"WTool, Delaines!
-; j A t 30 and 31 X tmjU. . . ;," ' ';
AMERICAN DELAINES
ENGLISH PLAID VALENCIAS!
: 't ' j At 13, worth 93 eeatsi .' ;
PIAIN PSENCH MERINOES.
la Bleh foolers, at 60 eents. ;
WOOl IlsEeViCiS
' At 35 and 'SIHt.t worth 30o. ,
SPLENDID DRESS SILKS!
1 ' At Kednced Prices. '
Ladies' Bleb Velvet ana Cloth
" CLOAKS!
j At Dnnsual Bargnln. , ,
Ladies' : Gents' and Children's Ho
siery and Underwear. , ,;J
SHAWLS! SHAWLS!
IlflPElllAL IIERMV
j . .. AUD . : ".
PLAID WOOIs SHAWLS,
At Qfy worth $i, mad $8, worth 88.
DELAND &TCOSSACE,
74 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
' IfeSaw
Cincinnati Fuel Co.,
COAL YARD AND OFFICE,
NO. 103 EAST Till R D-STREET.
Y0UQHI08HENY,
AVINIPREDE,
! C ANN EL COALS,
Delirsred at the lowest inarkstrates. ,
SW Orders solicited and promptly executed.
feb6am ' W. M. HtlBBKLL, Secretary.
ANOTHER ARRIVAL.
JUST RECEIVED, ANOTHER SHIP
HINT of Hesenia fruit, Sweat Oranges, in
extra Que order. ,
J. E. Stacey & Co,
feflo
Aromatic Tincture of Mjrrb,
FOR CLEANSING THE TEETH, HARD
ENING) the Gums and imparting a delightful
rerfume to the breath. Persons who smoke or chew
tobacco will find this preparation invaluable, as It
Eromptlx removes all the unpleasant odor from the
reatn. Prepared and for sale by
8U1.BE, EUK8TKIN CO.,
fe6c Opposite the Postofflce.
Vanilla Beans, &c.
PRE8H VANILLA BEANS, VERY SU
PBRIOR. ! also ' 1
Concentrated Extract of Vanilla. For sale by
BUiaK, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
feOo Opposite the Postooloo.
Kaliston, or Orient Water,
FOR REMOVING FRECKLES, RED
NESS and all Xruptiona of the Skin, end ren
dering it clear, smooth and soft. For sale by
BUIBK, KUKSTKIN A CO., .
fe6o 1 ; ' Opposite the Postofflce.
Hair Dye.
I
5 GROSS CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE,
S ao'Batchelor's Hair Dye, withe full assort
ment oi an iuc popular jiair i?yes mane,
For sale by
BU1UK. KUKSTKIN ftUO.,
Opposite the Postofflce.
feOo
, . ; Refined Borax.
jfl CASKS REFINED BORAX Re
mW ceired and for sale by
g 8D1BK, ECK8TEIN A CO..
feiic Opposite the PostolHc. .
.VIgwam ToniCa
AFRESH SUPPLY OF TniS EXCEL
LENT TONIOiust receired and for sal by n
ALBS UT KOBS, Drnlat,
jaM B. W. cor. Klgfr tb-st. and Weatorn-row.
Essence or Fine-Apple,
1 ESSENCE OF LEMON, OIL OF LEMON,
4 Essence of Strawberry, Oil of Orange, Essence
of Orange, Oil of Hose, for sale by
, , ALBIUT BOSH, Drncrgtst,
jaS ' H.W. eor. Klshtta-at. and Weatern-anw.
Pure Liquors.
WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE SUP
PLY of Liquor, selected especially for medi
cal pnrpoa, inch as Old Cognac Brandy, Old Bour
bon Whisky, Old By Whisky, Old Holland Gin,
Old Port Wine. Old Bberry Wine, Old Maderia Wine,
Old Catawba Wine. Foraaleby ,
a t -d-d am onoo I-I.-!.
Ja30
8. W. cor. IlghU-st. and Wetrn.row.
rjIAS A large end weU-essorted stock of
jl "srin ureen ana siati xcas" at
t riBODPON'B,
Jalg Oorner sllnth and Vlce-treeta
COAL OIL At 90 eents per gallon, and
warranted the best in the market, at
. i FJCKQUSON'B,
Jal8 i Oorner Ninth and Vine-streets.
WilRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS Re-
-SL' ceired every day at FEKQTJBON'H,
ja!8 Oorner yinth and Vine-streets.
HECKER'S FARINA. Just received, IS
boxes Becker's Farina. For sale, wholcesl
ana rewu, oy a. jncuunAbU uu
j30 BS and Branch btoce 24 West Fourth-st.
BAKER'S COCOA Jast received, 12 boxes
Baker's Cocoa. For sale, wholesale and retail,
oy . . .. e. mcuunaiiii uu.,
Ja30 MepdBranah 8 tore M Went Foarth-st.
OLIVE OIL Jast received, 22 dozen
flagons very superior Oil. For sale, wholesale
anureiaii, oy A; anouunauu uu
J3Q M, and Branch Stora, 340 West Fourth-st
TarnTTPU" wn man annrio irr v,i?d
BONB ere hereby Informed that the subscriber
hi wise, Margaret Orowley, from andafterthl date.
Interasted parties must settle with ma according te
law. junn uuuw jjjti, unarooal-alley.
Cincinnati, February , IMP. , . feSc
-WMTM4 H. BA1.DWIW. ATTORNEY
VT AND OOTJNBELLOB AT LAW and Master
Commissioner of tbs Superior and Oommon Pleas
uourw. am nuiiaini, oru west eoraeief Siaia
I. TliniTMB. .
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
FOONDBT. B. ALLISON, 8uerlntd,nt.
PrioUng Materials of all kinds. 16s Yias-streel,
SWITORAMS.
i -
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
ITI O U J T A V B fcRN s
Younpr Ladies' W-h
I3NTJ3TITXTTES
fy WIU OPEN ITS EIGHTH
lriW ' BKS8ION oa MONDAY, February , with
a full complement of able end efficient Teachers.
Me care or expense bas been spared to make this
School ell that e Somlnar.r for Young Ladies should
be. All the pupils from abroad board In the family
of the President, making It more like e family then
a boarding school. Besides a full supply of appara
tus for Illustrating the sciences, it is furnished with
Library and Beading Boom. r;.l"'
For pleasurable recreation, choice is given between
the Calllstheneum for Indoor and the Biding School
for outdoor exercise. ,
' ST For particulars, address the President, or I. H.
WH1TK, Si West Fourth-street, Uinoionatl. . jatfara
EEMaYAL.
JANUARY 25, 1860.
bradleR&Svebb
Hare this day removed to their NEW BTOBE,
1353 3VEin-ot.,
Where, with greatly-increased facilities, they vylll
' eontlnue tbe
stationer!, :
; job printing,
, BISDiN and
Blank Booic Manufacturing Business.
CHEAP TABLES;
i :i ili
jft , i'I riv,- iif
157 Overcoats ;
75 Cass. Business Coats;
64 Cloth Frock Coats;
100 pairs Fancy Cass. Pants ;
33 Cassimere Vests : i
75 Silk Vests. y
SHT The above will be sold at cost prices to close
Winter Stock.
T. W. SPRAQUE sV CO., ,
a23cw '' B. K. corner Fourth and Vioe-sts.
RBMOVAti.
rilBE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN
-M-, th store lately occupied by Henry Falls.
' No. 65 West Fonrth.street.
And will keep alwnye on hand one of the largest
stocks and the latest patterns of
PAPER HANGINGS
To be fonnd in the country,' which they Cffer at '
'.'.' At WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
.i. -ill ' ; M.:-
At prioes beyond competition. ' - !
8. HOLMES & SON,
No. 6& West FourthHBtreet,
Jal'arnf '
Adjoining rike's Oparsfhonse.
GROVER & BAKER'S
Now and Improved
SHUTTLE OR LOCK STITCH
lill
The best aiid only Machines In the market suitable
for ell kinds of manuiacturing purposes at the
LOW PRICE OF $50.
GROVER ,&rB A'KER,'
BE WING JIIACHINE CO.,
58 . West Fourth-street.
Tin-ware, Spauting; &c.
Al. C. PAEEY,
NO. 96 VINK-8TBEKT, NKAB FBONT, '
' j CINCINNATI,
KEEPS OK EAND AND MANUFAC
Tl'KKS to order all varieties of Tin and Sheet,
iron Ware, fubllo Lanterns, and other articlos in
his line. Manufactures to order all varieties of Me
tallic Booning, Tin, Oopper and Bbeet-iron,
liantern uiass always on nana.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
A few Stove on hand to disoose of cheaa for cash.
Btove-plpe furnished and put up at short notice.
iiajoni
RBMOVAIs.
I HAVE REMOVED MY SEAL EN
OBAVIMGnndLlghtMachlne Works to tbe Urge
and elegant building ,., . .,;
No. 64 West Fourth-street,
Between Wnlnut and Tine, Third Flour.
IF YOU WANT A SEAL PBE88 ; . ' ,
. IF YOU WANT A SEWING MA.CUIND;
ir you wane any kind of light M ACH1NEBY made or
repaired, 01VB Mia A CALL. .
jajn , r. eivann-, jh.
W. M. F. HEWSON,
Auctioneer, aud Stock and Bill Broker,
No. 38 Thlrd-st., Basement of Masonio BulUlng.
Stocks and Bonds bought and sold on ccrnralssion.
Mercantile i'aper and Loana negotiated.
I Notes, Dividends and Interest Ooupons collected.
AUCTION BAIiBts ,. -Of
Stocks, Bonda,Beal Estate, Ac, on any day re
quired, sser The patronage of the public Is respectfully so.
llcited. jaMcm
BOYS'' SCHOOL.
F11HE SUBSCRIBER WILL REOPEN
M. his school, at 204 Seventh -street, on MOM
DAY next, February 6, and continue till the aod of
June. There will be taught the usual branches of
an Xnglish Education, the various branches of the
Mathematics, the Latin, Greek and French Ian-
t;uages. Terms for the Ensiled, IkO; orf 4 per month;
or the other branches, $30, or (6 per month. Pupils
charged from tbe date of entry.
, fe2bw f GEQRQt OLIVE.
Jaej-o sdml
eSvjsod qv uo)eodde no ues SJtraoJlo
; nseqi-wiqamiog pa (etoi-uensejA,
(jenuoj ) etiaAt)-ixa33 asaioQ )su-mjojj
"00 $ H3KVH 'JA 'M J
sienoti pa seugugr eq) jo j 'oy aniea
qtoiO Suuiog saeso j jnonj 'ienmoTn a mg 'sjea
ou jpuo fat jedau qjoq n)os ma)'tmnijfmr
now okohxs ri in inj 'sazia 11 V
imw -HnoTait
1 tnfH pa SrqpuTJa stqiMOd , , -
J. feTELEVEY.
Mtarchart Tailor
1 " -
No. 48 POLttrH-STREBT, !
deUtf 1 LODEON BUILDIIO.
rBST BRANDS FAMILY FLOUR, Wax.
: fe Sos. IIS and Ml ttajn-atreet :
W9ZBT PENNSYLVAKIA BUCKWHtAX
-suss , jijOOB end Cora Keel at ' OOLTEB'S,
' M os.Slssd ttl MatoHSttwet,
BUTTJBR, BGQB AND LARD AT
, . ,, . , ,. - 1 OOLTBB'S,
, feS Mos. SIS and SSI Main -street.
-PlIOICE MAPLE M0LASSB8 AND BEST
breeds Sirups, ' rOOLTBB'S,
fel So. ! an SH Main -street.
NT ARTICLE IN' THE 6RO0KRT
. Lin. csu be had at MO0LTEB'8. -
tmin a iraTrnTllvlTa'Cl'wsrYJS'riT'r'n
(sj P A L D 1 1H 9 ,', PRBPARED- OLUII-.; IBg M
8PAlDINCI8 p"kj7pAB.BP $JLUEt tyt)i-i
SPAIiDINfe'naKn (XVOJU
I 8ATB1 THBFIKCgal ; j 1i .r. :i. S
ECOWOMYI Mi;ijn . BISPATCHf
gar "A Brttcfc In Tina Bsxwssi NUs."- ' -
As eccldents will happen, even'ln well-regulated; ' '" 11
bmilies, It Is very desirable to have some cheep aad
convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toy, Orook- ' J
sry.dc' . ,
SPALDlNa'S PBEPABID OLTJ1 v :..-.. s
Heels lill iaoh emergee-oles, end no household oea
afford to he without it. It Is elwsys ready end up t,
the atiokag point. There Is no longer a necessity fer . ..
lira sing ohalrs, splintered veneeaa, headlesa dolls aad . , ,
broken cradles. It ta Jasl the srtisle fcr cone, shell
and other ornamental wtnrsv outrislt ladles ,;i
f refinement and teste., . .. 7'". A
This admirable preparation Is nsed cold, being
chemically held in solritloni sad poseeeslnt ell th ifT-,,j'i
valuable oalltls of the best oaMnet-makers' gins.
It may be used la the place of ordinary mucilage,
being Testis more adhesive, ':
"UBKFUL IN EVIBY BOUSlt." '
V. B.-A Brush ecoosapanles each bottle. Frio.
went.. ' : -;'
Wholesale Depot,' Ne. 48 Cedertreet, N.
Address HBNBY cTsPALDINO A; CX., 1 , '
j ; .: Bo No. 3,000 New York.
Put up for Dealers In Oases oonlalnlng fear, eight! '
and twelve doisn-abeantiful Lithograph Bhow-oerd
icocmpanylng each package. ' .' ', , ' ,
er A single package of BFALDINQ'8 PBS
PAB1D GLUE will save ten times its cest aaeaally
to every household.' ' ' '' '
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists. Bard k J ;
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grower end Fancy
Stores,.''' i : i ;; t,: ... . - M '
' Country Merchants should make not of SPALD
ING'S PBEPABKD GLTJH.when making up thslr
list. It wlU stand any climate. V .; , ', ''. . 1 '
SPALDING'S PBEPABKD GLCE!
UBIFUL IN KYIBY HOUSE.
' ' bPALDINO'S PBIPABBD OLTJl. ji . i r
. BOLD BY 8TATI0NEBS. '
' BPALDINQ'S PBSPABE0 OLUB,
BOLD BY DBUQOIST8. 1 "'
i SPALDING'S PBEPABKD QLTJKV
BOLD BY HABDWABB DBALEBS,
: BPALDINQ'S PBBPABBD OLUB,
SOLD BY HOPBE-FUBNIBHING BTOBB8. , ,';;
SPALDING'S PBEPABKD GLUE,
BOLD BY KUBNlTCBB DBALBB8. ,'
, '". '' SPALDING'S PBEPABED GLUE, ,
.,. SOLD BY FANCY-GOODS SBALEB8.
. . BPALDING'S PBBPABBD OLUB,
; SOLD BY 8BO0BB8. ' "
SPALDING'S PBEPABED OLUB.'
BOLD BI OOUNTBY If EBOBAMTS GENE BALLY
Manufactured by ' ' -'.
HENEY C. SPALDING cV CO.,
.r i i 48 Cedar-et., New York.
Address Postofflce, Box No. 1,600. . .
Annexed Is an Alphabetical List of Articles whlck '
if damaged, may be restored to their original
strength and usefulness by
, SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE. ' ' .
A...Mnds A00OUNT BOOKS,
...A
B... .meads bubkausW.,
0..MDds CRADLES
D...Mendi riOT.I,S
B...Mends BTEGEBES,
r,.jinas itan8.,.
G.Mends QUITABS,
a.,....nenas UAKrs.
Mends INLAID WORK.
...Mends JAB8
...menus i,batukii-wukk.....
.MendB M1KU0U-FHAH1JB...................AI
..Mend NEWEL POSTS.
eeeeeeeseese stoeeetoee i
,menas fiANU-jruxiTJt.s...,
fcf ah Am afTI I rri IKT A M tPO
,,iuvuui uuiui-ruauinoiisMMii
Mends UOOKIKa-UOB8ES.
..msnos 0OJTAD.HM.
.Mends TABLKH..
S
..T
U-
-Mends CMBBELLA-BTIOKS.I
,0
V..
..aienas VABICS,.
I, MUM tMHMMIMIMH '
w..
.Mends WOKK. BOXES.,
X-... Mentis XYLOGRAPHIO-WOBK..
.X
r.menas I abu-bti()KH........,..,..
... . . on tin .ivrai. ' .j- , i n
.iu conclusion, BrAijUlRVs'B rsirsKBD
OLUB is useful k Libraries and Schools,
stud rnannpKR
Mends PITOHTtllR
:i
.a
.p..
...Meuds AOOOItDEONB....
4..L...Mendj LETTEIt.HEALINO.
I. 4
9....p..Meods DAOTjiRKiurrps Oasss,
.D S
e......i M.iuends imawkh........
7....N.Mends NEW BBEAKA0E3.
.1 ..... s
N. . 7
S..M..U.KSlends GUN-8TOJKH.....,-.
v..-..8....Nendj SUH(K)r,.W)OKB
,u s
P.10
10.P...Monds PAttA80L8....-...
u..n.n...jnnas KUL.KKS.... ...a.
12,...E,.MudS BUOTMOAI, M10H1N18...M.JC,
13....P....Mends PAPEB-HANGINaS.....HP.
..a
m1
1
..IS
14...A...Mends ABM-OH AIRS .M :--A.
15......B...Mnds RIUKETY FUBNITUB1..B,
.E...Mends ERASEB BANDLE8.. B.l
iVmenas ii.KS...-..,....i...i7
O......Mends GLOBES. , ..-..0..l8
L.u..Uends LOOSENED LEAVES. ....L.U
U....Monds UrnouTimiD Fdsitcbi...U......
E..Momls E0G-BKATKIt8.,...E.Jl
....Mnils AOORN-WOItK... ...22
-Msnds OHK8S-BOAKD8. 4.. t
,....atends FIDDLES .a
..Mndi 8IBLL-WORK....Jft
....Mends F1LLKT-WOKK. ............
..Men(ts nOBBr-nOR8K8.. ..27
Mends KALKIOD8COPKS. .M..2f
........Mends MONEY-BOXES
.....Mends PICTURE FRAME8........Sn
........Mends BK01tETARIES........-....Jt
........Mends VBHKKBING. . Kt
,.Mnds SCHOOL FUBNITUBB..nH.JS
.Mende I,APIBR MA()HE.....-...........M
,...Mnda WABDttOHES..........,......m..S
m-.M.nda PARIAN MABBLE......,..-....I
Mentis (JRIB8.H.,. H..JT
....Mends BABY-JDMPKB8.-,............8.
...Menda IVORT-WORK........
..Mends M ATOH-BAFEfl... m 40
Mnds PIOTUBE8 ....................-....4t
,....Mend Q01LL-WHEELa.-.-.....
,....Mends TOWEL-RAU&S..
.Menda WASH STANOB,,
....siends UKUMTJCADB
Mends DRUMS !' SSSSSSSSSSSSS
Mend UUE88MEN .....41
-,.Mende BALLOT B()XK8.,..wf
...Xi.Mensd EBBBRIUMS
,..,.Menda BACKGAMMON BOARDS,
Henda BANDBOXES .
.....Meud. BLACK-BOARDS..-....,
,.llends BA88-VIOLS. .
...J1
...M
..M0UdS BILLIABD-TABLttS,
......MondS lilLLIABU-UUJCS.,
MMMMSieUUS 1I1HU-UAUBD..WW
H..Mends BliOOMSTIOKST...,
Mends BOIIK-UAMKB...
M.nds BOOT.URIMPS....
.Meuds BR08U-HANDLK8...
60
91
63
..Meudl BBUBUKS..
-...Mendj OA BIN ET8,
..Mends OU URNS.,
4......Mends OLOOK-OASES...
o.........nenas uitu auta.
M
M
6.,m.M.Mends UUPBUABUB.......
7-.. Mends OUBTAINS.,......
Mends UASIUM..
,S8
5.........Mend CADDIES...-,........ ... .,-.-.9 t
70MMMHMM.Mends 0AMSRAB..,m..mm. ...m..mw....70
7I. -Mendl UBAHlB-,..- .. .I
71 Mti,1. OI1AHT8
73.... ...Mends OLUTUES-FBAMES...
74.--.. .-.Mends OABD-UABJSS.,
75. - MsndS UUKBTS...
76... ..Mends DIARIES. .......
77 M.nd. WORK-STANDS..
7?.... .....MendsDHAUGHT-BOABDS..
79...-. Mends DIBtlJtB.-...
W..........Mend. D1V AN8...-,.
lm... Mende DIOB-BOXBS.
62. Mend DOOBS
63....-,-,..Mond DOMINOES
M Mends If lBKHOAJtllB,
U .. M.nda FLUTES .....
S6.......Mends BALLUSTRADES..
97...,.-.....JIends UliASBW AB..
wi flinnn, n .niUM.-. ........... n
......MendS OOTTAPKUVUA-WARainM....Sa -90.........Mends
K 1TK8.......,.,..-.........W
9l..........Mends TOPS............ . 81 .
2,....MeDdsOEGAN8,..-.....-... ..,.91 .
W... ....Mends MODELS....... .,.,....9S
M. Mend. 8KWINQ UAOEINES..u.-..4
dd..sjssme eeoeeMWjdi PANEIiHtnMM.MMsMses1SsaosjaiW l
W.JHeada PA8TBKtiARD-W01i.,-....9S
t7....Mends PATTKRI8......,...........7
9B.,
Mend. HIDEDOARD8..
99...,
..Mends WOODEN -WARS..
, Jdends W1LLO W -WARE..
....v ,
-.100
100,,
... i ...... . m
SPALDING'S PB1PABBD OLUB, ; ,
;; ; BOLD BY STATIONBB8. ';,
i BPALDINO'S PB BP ABED GLUB,
" ': ; bold by dbuqoibt8. , , ,
1i'' bpaldino's prepared qlub, "'"'k "
bolpbyobooebs. '
bpaldino's pbbpabbd blub,. ','.' r
bold by habdwabb . bt0bb8.
' , ,' bpaldino's pbbpabbd glub, '
sold by hodbb-fubndjbing btoebs.
v ' j.-.; bpaldino's pbbpabbd glub,
sold by oountby merchants obnbballi
' Hanufactured by if i vi- -'' " '
X HE5P7 C. SPAtLliO CO.,
48 CedoMtroeti Now York.
Address Postofflce, Box No. 1,000. . - " '
n
.72
.7S
-74
m eeeeeee os ssses.7ft j , .
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' . essieaessao W
gssessoiseSfSeessosso sseee6 1
...-........82
tee esoeesmee a ss eeese s ee t .68 I
Ma.... Bft
seaeess.6S
asnossnss
Put up In oases containing either Fonr, Bight or ' ' '
Twelve Do sen each.'; A Deeutiru i.ltbogTastiis
Show Card eocompanles each pecktge,
BolMtDsolAseSatoy.) ,
eflOMMEKClAI, PRINTING EATw
V LT sxeooted st this offlce, r., - -
..-fit.
t
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V -
il I.-
. ' '( X
Bight or ' ' ' 1
lerrestils ' .
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