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THE PRESS.
KDT W. IBANOIBOO, JOHN P. OALDWH-I-.
wtom Armonmou.
TUKSDaY..-...
FKBRPAKT r
THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION
IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.
BUBS, fi
Ib ordeir to meet the often expressed
' wishes el ear lrleaas esmatirs who
desire le he faraisaed with a Cheap Belly
Peter, we here redaced the rlee of ear
aabscrlprlea free leer te three dollar per
year payable la all eaaea la adraaee. For
- any leoe period thaa one year oar serosa
wUI he at the eld rate of tear dollar.
Three dollars barely safflee to pay far the
blank paper we ase la prlarla If, yet we
are determined te (Ire the eoantry mer
chant, as well as ear oily patrons, the
cheapest aad beat paper erer pabllsbed la
the Qaeea City. The Press tarnishes the
same Markets aad Telornph reports Wsa
by oar larger eetenaperaries, with a creator
rsrlery of coaeral aad nlsellaueons read
a. m
The Eclipse Seen Through the Equatorial.
We had a peep at the Lunar ihadowslast
sight, daring the eclipse, through the great
Equatorial Telescope at the Obierratory on
Mount Adams, thanka to the courtesy of
Messrs. Twitohell and Hough. ' The obioura
tioni had a itraw-oolorod tinge, but mi not 10
deep aa to hid Tiew of the circular ridges
aad level tract! that furrow the faoa of the
moon., That part not tinder shadow wai to
ui of more interest than the eclipse, whloh
was 82 per cent. The great mountain Tjcho
17,000 feet high, and hai a eerily 55 miles
wide; oraoks radiate hi four dlreotiom from
this great mountain, whose fissures extend
1,700 miles. 13 plains appear, whioh, in ex
tent, are from two to eight hundred miles.
148 cavities from one to ten miles wide show
their depth). One cavity called Claviui is
143 miles in diametor.
There are no eloudi to the moon, and in the
clear atmosphere, during a short while last
night, the great telescope gave ui closer in
sight of the hard-featured face of the moon
t ban we care to look on often. We turned
with pleasure to Jupiter end his four satellite!:
"Beyond the sphere of Men, in diitsnt skies,
Revolres the mighty magnitude of Jore,
- With kingly state the rlrsl of the sun,
- About hies roam four planetary moons."
This view was magnificent each one of the
aatellites, larger than our moon, and the far
thest one and a quarter million miles distant.
Ealnrn showed well, with her rings her
broad, vast aroh of moonlight. Space ia not
afforded ui to describe theeluiter of four stars
bdu ineir lurrounaing neouiae. mars is soon
to show his variegated colors and snow-white
spots about the poles to a better advantage
than for fifteen yean.
The South Must be More Commercial.
A patriarohal independence and exelative
nets has hitherto distinguished the manner)
aad movement! of portions of all the slave
tales, which will soon give way, in part,
under the ameliorating influenoe of com
merce, which, at Robertson says, tendi to wear
off those prejudices which maintain distinction
and animosity between nations. It softens
and polishes the manners of men. It unites
them by one of the strongest of ties the deslro
of supplying their mutual want. It disposes
them to peace, by establishing in every
State an order of eitizeni bonnd by their in
terest to be the guardians of public tranquility.
Aa soon as the commercial spirit acquires vigor
and begins to gain an ascendancy in any soci
ety, we ditoern a new genius in its policy, its
alliances, its wars, and its negotiations. The
Representatives of Tennessee and Xentnoky,
daring their recent vieit in this State, were im
pressed with the importance of our railroad
lines and steam packet-boats, and the ne
cessity of labor-saving machinery generally.
Memphis, aided by railroads and capital, ia
repidiy beooming a oity of influenoe sj a man
ufacturing and shipping point. Tennessee, it
ia oonfoesed, is to be one of the wealthiest and
moat influential States of the South, and it la
the interest and the desire of the people of
Ohio to be more intimately connected by rail
roads and by business with that State. '
To Contractors.
No city hat better builders than Cincinnati,
but the rage for getting building done cheap
ia price results in getting cheap work done.
The noise and confusion of the neighborhood
of the lower Race-street School, and the occu
pation of the upper Race-street building at an
Intermediate School, haa, for some time, made
it imperative ' that a large building, in a new
locality, ihoutd be erected. The School Board
hare purchased a lofty and oommodtous site,
known as the Rnffoer lot, on the north-tide of
Third-street, between Sim and Plum, and
agreed on a plan of much merit for an im
proved sohool edifice. Thii ia to be con
structed and completed before Christmas.
Bids will be received nntll Monday noon the
13th inst. What we have to say is, that the
houae should be built in the moat substantial
manner, not merely for the least sum under a
epiritsd competition. Securities are but nom
inal. The best security that the work will be
properly done, and at the time agreed oa, is
g?od pay to good workmen.- . - j : .
The Minor Morals.
.' Emerson arguee not only for virtue proper,
hut for taate also. For minor moralt of clean
liness, ka., he says:
I cunld better eat with one who did not
respect the truth, or the laws, than with a
sloven and unpresentable person. Moral
qualities rule the world; but at short dis
tances the sensca are despotic. The person
who screams, or uses the superlative degreea,
cr converses witn neat, puts whole drawing
rooms to flight. - .
Trees on the Sidewalks.
We have from time to time urged that the
municipal authorities might make fewer laws,
and secure the people greater comforts. There
can be a park-made of every street by securing
shade-trees of the right kind, properly
trimmed, along the sidewalks. Let this subject
receive practical attention. Old trees in their
. living state are the 'only things money can not
command.
- nan '
The Courtesy of States.
The North and South mis-estimate each
other, and consequently mistreat each other.
Lilra man. tMvtinns of the North Mil RAtith
conduct themselves toward each other as
thoogh they were demons, and then express
. iirfHHM Ifml tbo An ra( bj.1 lilra aavili. ' '
h i an. 'i "
The Command-The Prayer.
the sweat, of '(by face shalt thpn eat
lrtai. eiveas this day our dally breed."
Editorial and Selected Melange.
Goethe's sentiment "What I saw to be the
right thing I did." ,
Emerson lectured last night at Chi
sago. -
The troubles at Kenyon College have been
adjusted, and the oleosa have returned to
their studies.
. The comet of Charles V, to oalled, which ap
peared in 1558, is announoed to be in the
heavens and will re-appear in August.
The French Journal Dtbatt announoed the
votings for Speaker Mont. Oilsner received
39, and Hons. Scattering 9.
1 The proposition to game off the Presidential
office is entertained. The chances of the
Republicans and the Democrats being about
equal, it is auggested that when the nomina
tions are made, the respective committees play
a rubber of whist tt determine who shall be
the choice.
The St. George Cricket Club, of New York,
have Invited the "All England Eleven" to
tend another delegation to Canada and the
United States, starting them one month earlier,
to permit them to visit the South and West.
Cincinnati would be glad to welcome them.
The Chioago Timet eayt "Chicago is de
plorably situated with respect to her finances."
A sale was made in New York last week of
the Panorama of Dr. Kane's Arotlo Voyage.
It brought only $200. The Esquimaux dog
Etah brought f 85. The picture waa dog
cheap the dog, dog-on dear.
k Robert Harlan's mare "Dos Chiles" was
named after "Desdamcna Chiles," daughter
of a Kentucky lover of the turf. The name
has been bo difficult to bs understood that it
has Aeen abandoned, and the animal is now
known aa "Desdamona." She is entered for
one of the Bngliih races on the 27th March,
under the oare of Harlan's confederate Mr.
Savile. Ten Broeok's "Umpire," is to contend
at the Derby for the blue ribbon of the Eng
lish turf.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH XXXVIth CONGRESS-1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, February 6.
SENATE Met at twelve o'olook.
Mr. Wade presented petitions of soldiers of
1812 for pensions.
The Secretary of the Treasury, in reply to
the resolution of the Senate, calling for namea
and compensations of ofiioera in nit depart
ment, not confirmed iiy the Senate, says that
the list would embrace much the larger por
tion of the department, and could be found in
the register of 1859. Referred te the Finance
Committee.
Mr. Mallory introduced bills to regulate the
pay of pursers in the navy.
Mr. Sumner Introduced a resolution instruct
ing the Postofice Committee to inquire into
the expediency of establishing a semi-weekly
mail between St. Joseph and Plaoerville. Caf.
Adopted.
Mr. Hemphill introduoed a similar resolu
tion relative to a semi-weekly mail between
new Orleans and JSl i'asso. Adopted.
Mr. Hann introduoed a bill for the extension
of the pre-emption privilege to California. It
was read twice and referred.
Mr. Wigfall introduced a bill for a line of
railroad and telegraph to the Pacific
Mr. uwin moved its printing, and would call
up the bill at an early date.
On motion of Mr. Mallory, the bill to in
crease and regulate the pay of the navy, waa
taken up and made the special order for
Monday.
Mr. Pearce offered a resolution, asking the
President to communicate the instructions and
dispatches sent to and received from the late
Minister to China, and former Commissioners.
Adopted.
Mr. Chandler moved to reconsider the vote,
ordering the printing ot the President's Mes
sage, vetoing the St. Clair Flats bill, and
attacked the document as an imputation on
Congress.
Messrs. Clay. Crittenden , Wicfal and Toombs
further debated the subject, the two latter
defending the President's course. Adjourned.
HOUSE Messrs. Grow, Miles and Ether-
idgo hare been appointed in conjunction with
one to be appointed by the Senate to wait on
the President and inlorm bim that Congress is
ready to receive any communication he may
be pleased to make. .
Mr. Clark, of Mo., made a personal expla
nation, deny lug, aa was charged In an editorial,
that he declared Mr. Douglas waa the first
choice of Missouri for President.
Mr. Phelps asked for oonsent to proceed to
the consideration of the Postoffioe appropria
tion bill, whioh was read for Information.
Mr. Maynard wished to modify the third
section soaa to make the three percent, therein
provided payable to the contractors them
selves, and not to their assignees to whom
they have acid their scrip at a ruinous dis
count. The contractors accept this interest
in full of all demands for damages.
Mr. Petit objected, preferring the bill should
take the usual course.
The question rote on the suspension of the
rules.
Mr. Phelps said that the first section an.
propriated $4,000,000 for the support of the
Postoffioe Department for the remainder of the
fiscal year ending in June last. He offered
an amendment to the second aeotion. that S2.-
400,000 therein appropriated be devoted ex
clusively to tne compensation of the post
masters and olerk'a In their offices, Mail De
partments special sgents, and the transporta
tion of the malls; and suggested that the sec
tion providing for interest on the unpaid com
pensation of contractors be stricken out.
air. rnelps s amendment to the second sec
tion, designating to whom the $2,400,000 be
paid, was agreed to 118 to 76.
rne noute refused to strike out the aeotion
providing for the payment of interest to eon-
tractors, i ne bill then passed.
nr. urow, trom uxe committee appointed to
wait on the President, reported that thev had
performed the duty, and that the President
desired them to express his gratification that
Congress was ready to proceed to bualneas, and
that he would be happy to eo-operate with
the Legislative departments In the consumma
tion of measures calculated to promote the
publie welfare, and that he should communi
cate with Congress as the public emergenciea
may require.
Mr. Sherman moved to proceed to the elec
tion of a Door-keeper, previous to which there
was a call of the House: Whole number of
votes 207; necessary to a choice 104; Mr.
Marston 110; Mr. Wright 57, Mr. Markland
l: Mr. ward 12; Mr. Jjamar 12. Mr. Mars
ton waa declared elected Door-keeper.
Mr. Waahburne, of Illinois, moved to pro
eeed to the election of a Postmaster tiva voce;
Whole number of votes 210; necessary to a
eholoelOO; Mr. Lucas 108; Mr. Clnsky 86:
Mr. Soroggs 17. Mr. Lno&s was then declared
elected.
The House then adjourned till Thursday.
River News.
Sr. Louis, February 6. Rirer has risen
tutnt iarantw tnnhaa in tbo tall two rl and
is stlU rising slowly, with live feet six Inches
water In the channel to uairo. l sere is a rise
of four feet reported in the Illinois, which is
doubtless opened. Nothing new from the
Missouri or Upper Mississippi. "After a heavy
rain, commencing Saturday night and continu
ing nntll yesterday afternoon the weather has
cleared off warm and pleasant.
PiTTSBaaa, February 6-Rlver unchanged
since noon. Weather clear and pleasant.
LooieviLLf, February 6. River falling very
siowii aire i nib unn sit use vaaau
Three Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA.
; Haw Yoia, February 8. Thr steamship
Asia, with dates to the 21st ult., has arrived.
The steamers Arwjo and . QUjt reaohed
Liverpool on tne win.
The sales of cotton for the week had been
100.000 bales, including 14.600 bales to specu
lators, and 19,500 bales to exporters. The
market opened with a declining tendency, but
under the improvement at Aiancnesier ana
the steamer's news, the market became buoy
ant and active, and all qualities advanoed
$' The sales on Friday were 10,000 bales.
The quotations were barely maintained.
The stock at Liverpool amounts to 608,000
bales, including 452,000 American.
The advices from Manchester are favorable-
At Havre, New Orleana Irei-orefinairs had
advanoed l2f.
The Liverpool breadstuff market was dull.
Provisions steady. Consols closed at 94Ji
95c. for money.
The bullion In the Bank of England bad
decreased 339,000.
Messrs. Richardson, Spenoe k Co., quote
flour steady at 2326s. 6d. Wheat quiet at
Tuesday's decline. Corn declined 36d.
Beef steady. Pork quiet and heavy. Lard
steady, and there waa more demand.
Napoleon's free trade programme was re
ceived very favorably in the French Depart
ment. A commercial treaty between France and
England was expected to be signed in a few
days.
It waa rumored that the Pope demands the
recall of the Frenoh troops to Rome.
From Washington.
Nsw York, February 6. The Etrald'i
Washington correspondent assigns the Chair
manahlp of the leading committees of the
House as follows:
Ways and Means, Sherman; Territories,
Grow; Foreign Affairs, Corwin; Elections, Wil
son; Postoffice, Haskln; Indian Affairs, Col
fax; Commerce, Carter of N. Y., or Waah
burne of 111.; Invalid Pensions, Fenton; Rev
olutionary Claims, Dawes; Military, Curtll;
Engraving, Adrain; Judioiary, Tsppan cr
Stevena of Penn.; Distriot of Columbia, E.
Joy Morris; Naval Affairs, Morse; Library,
Psttit.
He says tht committees will not be
nounced before Thursday.
an-
WAaHiNotoa, February 6. Among the no
tices eiven to introduoe bills, given under the
supsension of the rules in the House to-day,
were tne loiiowing:
By Mr. Morrill, of Vt., to provide for the
payment of outstanding Treasury -notes, and
authorize a loan to regulate tne duties on im
ports, and for other purposes.
Also, a bill to punish and prevent polygamy
in the Territories of the United States and
other places, and disapproving of certain acts
of the Legislature of Utah.
Also, a bill donating public lands to the
several States which may provide Colleges for
tne benefit or agriouiture and tne mechanical
arts.
By Mr. Klllinger, a bill to locate and estab
lish a national foundery in Pennsylvania
By Mr. Qaarles, a bill to establish a branch
Military Academy at the Hermitage.
By Mr. Campbell, a bill changing the
bonded warehouse system of the UnlUd
States, and for the more effectual collecting of
the revenue, and a bill providing for addi
tional revenue and imposing inoreased and
sneoific duties on iron and coal, and other ar
ticles of American production and labor as
require 'protection at the hands of the Gov
ernment. By Mr. Florence a bill to fix and regulite
the duties on imports and for other purposes.
Mr. Morris, of Penn., presented to the
House to-day sixty-five petitions, numerously
signed, from Philadelphia, asking that the
postoffice in that city be located at the Penn
sylvania Bank Buildings.
Mr. (riassbrenner says that the report that
he haa been, or will be appointed Treasurer of
the United States ia untrue. This gentleman
during the last three days of his official term
as Sergeant-at-Arma, disbursed to members of
the House, $330,000. The aggregate sum of
$403,000 has been paid them since Wednesday
last.
The reason assigned for the House adjourn
ing until Thursday, is to give the Speaker
time to form the Standing Committees.
There is but little, it any, doubt that the
Postoffioe Bill will pass the Senate to-morrow.
The Republicans will have a conference to
morrow night to take definite notion on the
subject el printer to the House.
Extension of Western Telegraph Line.
St. Louis, February 0. The extension of
the Western Telegraph Line was oompleted to
St. Joseph, Missouri, to-day, and anoffioeis
now open at that port for the transaotion of
business. When the pony express ia put in
operation, communication win De made with
San Francisco in six days by this route.
Death at Columbus,
Columbus. O.. February 8. JudeeUnatavua
Swan, an old and respected citizen, and for
many years President of the State Bank of
Ohio, died this afternoon, aged 74 years.
New York Bank Statement.
Naw Yobk, February 8. Increase in loans.
$1,003,356. Decrease in specie, $134,438. In
crease in circulation, 4413,839. increase in
deposits, $302,132.
LAW REPORT.
SUPERIOR COURT.
Pbopobid Tbiok to Cobrbot thb Dspots or
Tus L. M. Ann O. Ann M. Railboads. An argument
was heard by J udge Storer, yesterday, upon a prayer
lor au injunction ro restrain sue construction or a
track between the depot, of the Little Miami and
the Ohio and Mississippi Railroads. It ia claimed
the city haa no power to make the grant. Judge
mttiiucwB lur me lujunciion, anu j.. u. juitcneil 00
the other side, addressed the Court.
Decisions ar JuiiuiStobbk. Jamna Lm k Cn.. tb.
J. W. Hartwell. The plaintiffs sue upon a note mad.
oy aerenoani 10 a. r. Bianop, Assistant vaanier or
the Trust Company, for 81,400, payable at th. office
of the company at New York. It waa indorsed to E.
Aiuaiow, ana airerwara iranemuteu to piamtina. It
was stated the note had been paid by Hartwell at tne
time of the failure of the Trust Company. The
bank discounted the bill, deducting $15 76 for interest,
and 17 80 for exchange.
Tneuourtwaesatisnea tne nana coma not charge
upon the discounting of the note more tban six per
cent.; and that the additional aum charged aa ex
change waa unauthorized by law, and directly op-
pumu w me prvvi.iuna ui ii. onarccr. me contract,
therefore, waa illegal, and could not be sustained be-
iwno in. original parlies.
The pleadings make out aucb a state of fact asmake
it the duty of the plaintiffs to prove affirmatively that
he paid a sufficient consideration for the note.au
received it In good faith. This they failed to do, and
therefore took no better title tban Tho Ohio Life
and Trust Company had at the time of the transfer.
Jodee Storer conoluded a tenethanul onlnina. h.
at attnff that on the whole case ha fait Wins tn mnH.v
junKmens jor uei.nuant.
tllOTlO UBAHTCD TO IMS HISS ATTACBMlNTrt Phelpa,
mise a uo.va.u. o. vveatneruy. Amotion toJuilge
Storer to discharge an attachment. Thtwrlt had keen
Issued on the affidavit of f. L. Cooper, whodeacrlbtd
himself aa .lalnlilf'a arant. and demand that il.fona.
ant fraudulently contracted the debt In this case
the Court remarked that the agent had eworn posi
tively to all he had stated, but without an. mfnMnn
to the fact that he had any personal knowledge of
in. v.riiy oi in. coargea ne naa made. The Court
was not advised that he knew of the existence ef the
note, much less the circumstances attending ite ori.
gin, except from the statement of fact, li he had
sworn falsely, the plaintiffs are not involved in his
suilt. and if thev ahould diso rn hia acta th woniH
not be compelled to indemnify the defendant for any
loss he may auetain by reason of the attachment.
The Court dismissed the attachment la this, on the
ground of Insufficiency in the affidavit, In not setting
forth the (rounds of the affiant1 halur
Tracy, Irwin Co. re. Weatberhy. On a similar
grounu tm aitaoum.nl in mis ease was dismissed.
COMMON PLEAS.
1 Obabd Jubt BvroBH. Judge) Halloa swors
in in. following
Gbamb Juby 1
Gsaan Jvav Henry Decamp, foreman; John B
Lner, B. R. Bennsia
L. WillmerUi, r. M. Campbell. H. Nlebena, John
W. Shays. B. H. Blackburn;. P. A. Tanner, G. L.
w. Shays. B. H. Blackburne. P. A. Tanner, i
Weller. H. R. Smith. John if vara. J. P. wfillf.
The Grand Jury were briefly charged by the Court.
. Cass Bit. The trial ot the State vs. Naff waa set
for the nth of this month.
Bosd Givkm. On Motion of Judge Pruden, a bond
In the sum of I S COO waa accepted In the case of Wm.
Olawaon. and the trial of Charles Glaweon wm set
or tne suto inst.
Nolle, were entered In the cases of Richard Con
nellr. Rdmnnd Purer and Calvin Baker.
Civil Hina. Mr. Corwlne -rill make she clmln
argument, to-day, on bebali of the plaintiff la The
bananas vanroa ebi
HOME INTEREST.
i- A. A. Xyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jew by, Hoe. Ml end 171 WesUra-nw.
aT". Daguerreaa Gallery, aouth-weat cor
ner of Sixth and Weitern-row, ever Bannaford's
drag-store. Pictures taken and ut In good cases
or twenty cent. Warranted to sleasoi
AacABB Billiabd SiLooir. This fash
ionable place of resort bas sow become a 11 fixed
fact." The tables are the best, and are In charge of
onr good-looking friend "Don." Do not forget No.
74 Weat Third street, and droi in occasionally. '
A Niw Limp. The belt place to buy
Coal Oil or Lamps is at Drake's, No. 11 West Fourth,
street. Drake's Patent Coal or Carbon-oil Lamp la
the beat. Try It. Lamps, Chimneys, Brushes,
Shades and Wicks at low prices. Best quality Oil at
M cents per gallon. Come one, come all, ;
syClTIZMS AMD SniRQIU RSQDIUXO
tereoscopes in mahogany, rosewood and leather;
Htereoscoplo Views in groups, statuary, landscapes;
Steel Bracelets, Brooches, Clasps, Bookies;
Vans in pearl, lrory, sandal-wood, mourning;
Bracelets in coral, jet, gold and in beads;
Ooral Necklaces, Shoulder Ties, NegUgeea;
Wax Beads, in white, coral, blue, larender;
Card Baskets, Card BeceiTen, Card Oases;
Odor Stands, Odor Boxes, Toilet Bottles;
Jewel Caskets, Jewel Boxes, Work Boxes;
Writing Desks, Portfolios, Gold Pens;
Crying Babies, Speaking Dolls, China Wax Dolls;
Ladles' Purses In leather, wire, yelvet, pearl, shell;
Traveling Hags, Batchels, Cabas Dressing Oases;
Meerschaum Pipes, SnntT-boxet, Cigar Oases,
And every variety of FANOX GOODS, suitable for
Gifts, wiU And them at
J. D. PABK'B BAZAAB Of FANOY,
fe3awd N. X. Cor. Fourth and Walnut-sts.
MARRIED.
LABD-ALTlrt'tB. January M, at the residence
of the bride's father. Iaaao Alttster, In , near Ca
naan, Indiana, Ur. wm. J. Land and Hiss Lydla
B. Altiatar, all of Jefferson county.
HILLS-OWBM.-Febniary , by the Rev. W. T.
Monroe, Mr, John S, Mills and Miss Martha Ann
Owen.
ILVIN-WATSON.-By the same, on the asms
day, Mr. Robert F. KWIa and Miss Helen F. Wataon,
all of, North Madison, Indiana. -
DIED.
8K ABDOH.-On Bandar morning, of eoarlet forer,
Charlie, son of James and Maria Skardon, aged twe
76Tho faneral will take place at their residence,
Locklard, at 11 o'clock A. 11. this day, 7th. Friends
of the family are Invited. Carriages will leaTatbe
corner ot Longworth and Plum-streets at 9 o'clock,
to convey those who may wish to attend.
FULLER. On Saturday morning, 4th Inst., at in
o'clock, Mra. Jane Fuller, in the eightieth year of
AaOr eagTO
Funeral from the residence of her nephew, O. O.
Pearce, No. 116 Broadway, to-day, 7th, at 10 e dock
A. M. Friends of the family are tmlted.
POWBLL. On Sunday, the 6th inst., of brain
ferer, Ilia, Infant daughter of James and Anna M.
Powell, aged nine months. .
HARRISON. At the residence of his mother,
near Newtown, Oblo, after a short lllneas.on Sun
day craning, February S, T. Armstrong Harrison,
aged twenty-two years.
Funeral dlaoonrse at the residence of his mother,
at 11 o'clock A. M. to-day.
BMITH.-On February 4, at UH o'clock, of tuber
cular menlngintes, Harah, youageat daughter of
John W. and Martha Smith, aged six years and nine
"Sh ehfriendi of the family are regnested to attend
the fnneral, from So. 31 Koesuthitreet, this after
noon at 2 o'clock.
LAWTON -Saturday mornlnr, Feb. 4, Carrie Ann
Lawton, yonngeat daughter of lunlce and John
Lawton, aged sine mouths.
HTJHT.-On Satnrday, Feb. 4, after aa illness ol
only forty -eight boars, James Judaon Hunt, aged
six years and two weeks, son of Dr, James 0. and
Sarah K. Hunt.
WRIGHT. Of scarlet ferer, on Sunday moraine,
Feb. 6, Laura W right, aged eight years, leur months
and thirteen days, daughter of Joseph and Mary
Wright.
PIBKIBS.-In Covington, on Bunder morning,
Feb. 6, Anna Maria, daughter of John H. and Ma
ria K. Perkins, aged two years and nine months.
BACON On Satnrday, January 28, at Jacksonf ille,
Florida, of consumption, U. 8. Bacon, in the thirty
seventh year of hie age. ... , ,
Funeral will take place on Tuesday, the 7th Inst.,
at two o'clock P. M , from the residence of bis father-in-law,
No. Hi Eighth-street, Cincinnati, whither
his remains will have been brought. Friends of the
family are respectfully invited to attend.
(oh. Tim-.; .
SPECIAL NOTICES.
eyS-yaTEMPEKANCE MEETING
Xf&Jf THIS (Tuesday) IE VIKING, at 7H o'clock-,
at the Xngine-house on Sixth-street, below Carr.
Speaking, singing and signing tke pledge will be the
order ot exercises. ""a
SPIRITUALISM, On THE
KCW HfXMTON.-Miss EMMA HAR-
,.lf..lir thmnol, whnm th ' Hnlrita " aaTO SUCD
grand and truthful utterance: on Sunday last, will
again apeak on TH0B8DAT EVENING NEXT,
February. at 1H o'clock, in the National Hall, on
Vine-street, between Filth and BUth. f7c
MASONIC-STATED COMMU
NICATION of MIAMI LODGB, ffl
do. in, V. and A. M., will be held TU1B ww
(Tuesday) EVENING, at 7 o'clock. By or-
deroftheW.M. c '
le7a JOHN O. PARR, Secretary.
I. O. O. F THE OFFICERS
and Members of WOOD- ...i-jai
... . . . r T.nnfl u un t fi V 7"V St.
are hereby notified that a Bognlar 3r(KkisStjc
Meetlnc of the Lodge will be held ftfrW
THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, Feb. 7, at .
7 o'clock, at Magnolia Hall. A punctual attendance
ia desired. The Committee on Tenth Anniversary
will report. By order of the Lodge. .
f7a K. Bf ABKB.Per. Boc'y.
MAGNOLIA LODCE, NO. 83,
I. O. O. F.-i-Tbe Officers and ..ri.i.
emeers of Magnolia Lodge, No S3, j3-Sjfc
O. O. F.. ara harebr notified to meet s . oM
at their Hall, cornerBlxth and Walnut- -AnjiW'
streeta, on Tuesday afternoon, tli. 7th
mat., at one o ciock, r. in., lor ine purpuw vt
tending the faneral of our late Brother, B. o. Bacon.
All members of the order in good standing are
fraternally invited to participate with us.
By orueror liee-o-J w. u. laoareuai jw. .
fBeSPjakHEv. PETER CART WRIGHT,
D. !., "the pioneer Itinerant," who has
been lecturing to crowded bouaes in New York,
Baltimore end Pltteburg. will lecture for the benefit
nt T.ttdiM Hnnm MiMlnn. in WmIav Chanel, next
TUESDAY EVENING, at seven and a half o'clock.
Admission twenty-fire oeuti. Tho publlo are Invited,
N. B. Tickets bouiiht for Mr. Melburn's loeture
will be good for this. fetb
ft7CHILBI.AIN3 AND FROST
La XD FIET.-Falmer'sTegetablo Cosmetic
Lotion is tho never-failing remedy far these groat
annoyances. It not only eneots a complete cure,
often by one thorough application, but it decreases
the liability to a return of the same difficulty, jfor
sale by druggists generally.
DUAiun raiiiaao, agem,
de No. 96 West fourth-street.
sm-EVIDENCE ACCUMULATES.
La. OiatasBATl, Deo. IT, 185.-Mr.S. Palmer
Dear Sir: Some ne yean sines I received a serere
injury on my left arm, near tne eioow, since wmcn
ni
are been creatly annoyed by a cutaneous uiseaaev
roccSi. 1 w lnducdt5 Uy your Tesiubli Op.;
metlo Lotion, and am happy in informing yon that
tae use oi nail a ootne naa nnavsru wummi
and free from disease aa its met.
JOHB W. DAKJimOWKB.
Ko. 146 Weat Third-street.
For sale br drill fists erenrwbere. Be sure to get
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetlo Lotion, and acceptor
nothing else. SOLON PALM KB, Agent.
QeZV Al O. W tt m tfUrill'MeTDCba muu'uuau) vt
KENNED! 9 MEDICAI. DIS-
(M)VIHT is acknowledged by the most emi
nent physicians, and by tho moat careful druggists
throughout tbe United Stales, to be the moat effectual
blood-purifier ever known, and to bare reliered more
suffering, and effected more permanent cure., than
any preparation Known so tne pruieniua. ourviuw.
Salt Bbeum, Erysipelas, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
of wbataoerer nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the system restored to full strength and rigor, full
and explioit directions for the core of ulcerated sore
legs, and other corrupt and running ulcere, is siren In
the pamphlet with each bottle. For sale by JOHK D.
PABK. 8UIBB, KCKSTBIK CO., and OKOBQB
M. DIXON. Price II. aeplfr-ay
sva-'-y OFFICE OP TBE PA88EN-
.. r UBK BAIliBUAU
COMPANY OF OINCIM
HATI.B. W. oornerof Third
Itacs-streeta, October
lb, ISM.-This road is now open. Oars will start,
at Intel tbI. of tea minutes, from :K A. M. un
til midnight, running eastward on Third-street
from Wood to Lawrenoe-.tnt, and westward on
fourth-street to smith, and on jTlftb-etreot to
Wood. Oitlienj wiU please bear In mind that the
oars will inTariably eross lnterwitlng streets before
stopping for passengers.
oclJ-t? J AMIS $. BOBBINS, President.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
INVOICE FROM CROSS k BLACK
WBLIi. Just reeeired, direct from London. X
brls. Pioklos and Beuoes, eompriaing the following
aasortment: Mixed Oerklna, Ptcklea, Chow-chow,
Cauliflower, Plocalllly, Walnuts, do. : Banrey Hance,
Reed In gaooe, John Bull Hanoe, Beefsteak Banee,
Boyal Table Bauce, Baaeace of Anohorlea, laMnee
of (.hrimpe, Anchory Paste, Shrimp Paste, Potted
Beer. Potted Meat, Potted Barring, aw. for sale,
wheletale and retail, by A. MoDONALD a 0O
fer Co, aad Brsack Store, 3i West Joarth-st,
V
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DELANO & GOSS AGE,
LI L-J
"West JTourth-st.
CONTI
CLOSIMG-OUT SALES
......... . ,N ,,...1
Rich and Desirable ' !
DRESS GOODS!
Broche Silks,
Flounced Silk Bobea,
leTVlCl J3I113LO !
At 70s ht and SI. !
"Wool Delaines !
At 30 and 31 H oenla.
AMERICAN DELAINES
At 13, IS and 28 cents.
ENGLISH PLAID VALENCIAS !
At 13, worth 3d seats. !
PLAIN FRENCH MERINOES,
la Ttleh Colors, at 60 cents. .
"WOOl DaPldTilClQ
At 23 and 'SIHe., worth SOe. I
SPLENDID DRESS SIXES I
At Reduced Prlbes. . ,
Ladles' Blch Velvet and Cloth
CLOAKS!
At Unusual Barstaias. .
Ladies' Gents' and Children's Ho
siery and Underwear. :
SHAWLS! SHAWLS!
IMPERIAL BEItLlIY
. AKD
PLAID WOOL SHAWLS,
At 02, worth $4 and $0, worth $8.
DELAND & GOSSACE,
74 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
Fffiill SII1D!
Tbe Freeh Bhed Season bas commenced at
MALTBY'S
OYSTER DEPOT,
io. u wet rmii-m-ec,.
BecelTed dally by the Adams Eipreen. .. fe7aw
wj
HOUSE-MOVING.
HAVING BEEN ENGAGED FOB
maiiT rear, in raisins bouaes. (irders. Boors
ud lovfti, and betna well .applied with too s of all
kinds required for such work, 1 feel assured that I
can give satisfaction to any one who may favor me
wun a can, ai ine corner oi nopsins ana uncier.
fe7em , WM. S. COTTLE.
LAND WANTED.
IWI8H TO PUBCHASB ABOUT TEN
acres, either wltb or without a bouse and barn
on it. Inquire of 8. PHILLIPS, at Penny Press
Office, or at Phillips's Genta' furnishing Emporium,
Mo. 257 Western-row. fe7tf
Fancy Articles.
w
ORE-BOXES :
IVORY TABLETS
Pearl Watch stands ;
Bohemia Toilet Bottles;
Bohemia Jewel Boxes ; -Tooth
and Nail Brushes ;
Combs and Hair Brushes;
Flesh and Cloth firnahea:
Jewelrr Boxes :
Jewel Caskets ;
Card cases ;
Pocket-books ;
Pearl and lrory Porte-
monnaies ;
jwriiu n ire rorie.QioDnniw, av.
For sale by ALBJBT BOSS, Druggist,
fo7 d. W. cor. Kighth-st, and Westum-row.
Cigars, ,;,
FINK IMPORTED HAVANA CIGARS,
of the choicest brands, tor sale by -
fe7
f. W. eor. Klsbth-t. and Weatrn-BOW.
. j. Moss. ;.
Ptf BRL8. I RISH MOSS, JUST RB-
V CBITBDandforaaleby W-
A LBS BT BOSS, Druggist,
feT B. W. oor. Ilghth-st. and weetern-rew.
Cincinnati Fuel Co.,
COAL TABD AND OFFICE,
NO. 103 EAST THIRD-STREET.
Y0UGHI08HENY,
WINIFREDE,
, . CANNEL COALS,
. Delirered at the lowest market rates. ,
9 Orders solicited and promptly executed.
feb6am - W. M. HUBB1LL, Secretory.
ANOTHER ARRIVAL.
SHIT ORAM.
TTTa'P nnnKTVinvv. innTnin onri
I SLAnV order 9,n. mt
extra flneordeiv. . ....
- .1 m; KTO ftOT Xr l Trt
J. El. OLUIuOy OC IO,
fee
Ho. M Bast Third-street, Cincinnati.'
Aromatic Tincture of Mjrrb,
FOR CLKANSING THB TEETII, HARD
KNIMO tae Gums and imparting a delightful
perfume to the breath. Persons who smoke or chew
tobacco will find this preparation inraluable, at It
Eromptly remotes all tne unpleasant odor from the
reath. Prepared and for sale by
- fiUIBB, KOKBTBIN A CO.,
fo6o v Opposite the Poatofllce.
Vanilla Beans, &c.
PBESII.pNILLA BEANS, VERY SU-
' ' ALSO 1 . "' " V.
Coneeatrated Bxtract of Vanilla. For sale by "
SUIBB, BOKSTBIN A 00.
feeo Opposite the Postoffioe.
. Ealiston, or Orient Water,
TOOK REMOVING FRECKLE8. KID.
JL? NI8H and all Braptions of the Skin, and rea-
oanna oiear, amooiu ana sort, rorsaleoy '.,
. SCIBB. BOK8TBLN A OO..
fteo ' " 1 Opposite tho Poetofflce,
5 GROSS ' CRISTADORO'S HAIR BYE.
Ido.Batchelor's Hair Dye, with a tall assort
m.u oi ail ne popular uair iiyas maae.
For sale by , SCIBB, BOKSTBIN A CO.,
feeo . . Oppwito the PoelolHes.
Refined Borax. ; -
-fl O CASES R E FINED BORAX Re-
M. W osifed and lor sale by ,..
!- 1 .BDIBB, BCK8TBIH 400.,
I fcaj x..t an.i, . - QppcHe the PostoBlcs.
COMMERCIAL PRINTIHG WBAT.
tTsxecBtadsttaltOsaee.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
. t YouriK Xja4tear. .
INSTITUTE
'. Will OPEU ITS EIGHTH
AJ BKS8IOH oa MONSAT, Vebrnary , with
a tall complement of able and efficient Teachers.
No oare or expense haa been spared to make this
School all that a Seminary for Young Ladies should
be. AU the pupils from abroad board In the family
of tbe President, making It mors liks a family than
a boarding school. Besides a fall supply of appara
tus for Illustrating the sciences, It is furnished with
a library and Beading Boom.
for pleasurable recreation, choice is trlren between
tbe Calllttheneum for Indoor and the Biding School
for outdoor exercise. ... ... . .
atar ror particulars, address tbe President, or I. B,
WU1TK, 25 West fourth-street, Cincinnati. ja9am
EEMOYAL.
JANUARY 25, I860.
BRADLEY" & VEBD
Hare thU day removed to their NEW STORE,
1813 3VHn-in-J3t.,
When, with greatly-increased facilities, they will
continue the -.
STATIONERY,
JOB PRINTING,
; J BIDDING and
Blank Book Manufacturing Business.
Qaaatf-Mp) i
CHEAP TABIES.
157 Overcoats;
75 Cass. Business Coats;
64 Cloth Frock Coats;
100 pairs Fancy Cass. Pants ;
33 Caasimere Vests ;
75 Silk Vests.
9 The above will be sold at cost prices to close
Winter Slock. ,
T. W. S PRAGUE sV CO.,
Jattcw 8, B. corner Fourth and Tine-sis.
rnHS SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN
JL tbs store lately occupied by Henry falls,
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
And will keep always on band one of the largest
stocks and the latest patterns of
PAPER HANGINGS
To be found in the country, which they offer at
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL, .
At prices beyond competition.
8. HOLMES & SON,
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
. jaJTamf
Adjoining Pike's Opera-house.
GROVER & BAKER'S
New and Improved
, S50
SHUTTLE OR LOCK STITCH
Tbe best aad only Machines In the market suitable
for all kinds of manufacturing purposes at tbs
LOW PRICE OF $50.
GROVER & BAKER,
. SEWING MACHINE CO.,
58 West Fourth-street.
QaiMf)
Tin-ware, Spouting, &c.
.CPAEEY,
NO. 56 VINE-STBKST, NEAB FBONT,
CINCINNATI,
KEErS ON HAND AND MAHUfAC
TUBK8 to order all rarletles of Tin and Sheet,
iron Ware. Public Lanterns, and other articles la
hia line, Manufactures to order 11 varieties of Me.
talllo Roofling, Tin, Copper and Sheet-iron. -
Aiantern uiaes always on nana.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
A few Stores on hand to disnoaa of ohean for cash.
Store-pip. furnished and put up at short notloe.
- uaaum
RBMOVAIj.
I HAVE REMOVED MY SEAL EN
QBA7IN0 and bight Machine Works to tbe largo
and elegant building
No. 64 West Fourth-street,
Between Walnut and Vine, Third Flour.
IF TOTJ WANT A BKAIi PBE88 ; '",
If TOU WANT A SBWINO MA0HINI
If yoo wan ( any kind of light M A0HINKB Y made or
repaired, G1VJC UH A OAliL.
V. KTAKB, Ja.
W. M. F. HEWSON,
Auctioneer, and Stock and Bill Broker.
Ho. 38 Thlrd-st., Basement of Masonic Bnidlng.
Stocks and Bonds bought and sold on commission.
Meroantlla Panar and Loana naffotiated.
Notes, Dltidende and Interest Ooupons collected.
AUCTION 8ALK8
Of Stocks, Bonds, llteal Istate, o on any day rs.
gulred.
ar The patronage of the publlo Is respectfully so.
Melted. ja26cm
BOYS' SCHOOL.
fc f- ' .A sssbbi i saaaa
TBE SUBSCRIBER WILL REOPEN
hia school, at 364 SeTenth-street, on MON
DAT next, Vebrnary t, and continue till the end of
June. There will be taught tbe usual branches of
an English Education, the various branches of the
nainemaucs, ine j.eun, ureea ana irenou iian
uages. ' Terms for the English, 20; or4 per month;
for the ether branches, 130, or 16 per month. Pupils
oh irged from the date of entry.
fe25we JJKOBOB OLIVE.
Jtgaj-,00 'Sdait
sloisod qtja non9n no toes tuwrnaiiOjM
rjoj-rqninOi) pna (sioi-ruojie
ijnuoj ) enneA-itj?u3j) muoq jte-mjojT
"oo 9 aanivH 'Aa'ai
aranoa pus seorSu oqvJO j -of 'nni4o
q908anioa -ejaarrBj jnoijpseniqownrtnurg 'taea
atu a.pun pus todin qioq Cpnos io)1einj1g-T-
KOVI CKOHIS NI ia inj 'SSZIS 11 V
sTIIUPOOiI pn uaoo
this: Haoitii
j.m'elevey:
Herchart Tailor
' Ko. 48 FOTjtirH-STKEET,
dolltf ' ' LODION BTJUiDIM.
BEST BRANDS 7AMILY JLOUR, Wsr
, ranted, at . OOLTEB'B,
f Nos. BIS and 131 Main-street.
B
EST PENNSYLVANIA BUCKWHEAT
VIiODB and Oorn steal at OOLTIB'8,
ft3
i obi nain-strees.
BUTTER. BQaS AND LARD AT
. n nil - OOLTIK'S,
fes ,,' Wo-1 and 83) Matn-.tr.t
CHOICE MAPLE MOLASSES AND BEST
brands Sirups, , OOMWS,
f.s - Nco.au aad Ml Malntreefc
ANT .ARTICLE IN THE : OROOERT
Lias can be had at . OOLTXB'S,
M Ill MdWjUin street,

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