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T II 13 PRESS.
Aii 3T W. f BANOISOO. . JOHN D. CALDWELL.
OITOBf A rBOrUSTOM.
WKDNK9DAY..
.FKDRDAHY 8
THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION
IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.
1st order to bm! the eftea expressed
wishes ot oar friends la the country, who
desire to be farnlshed with Cheap Dally
Paper, we have redaeed the prloe of ear
subscription freia fear to three dollar! per
year, payable In all caeca la advance. Ver
any lees period thaa en year ear terms
will be at the eld rate of foar dollars.
Three dollars barely aafllee to pay for the
blaak paper we ase la printing 1 yet we
are determined to aire the eeantry mer
chants, as well ns ear elty patrons, the
cheapest and beet paper ever pabllshed In
the Qneen City. The Press laraishee the
same markets and Telegraph reports lven
by our larger cotemperarlesi with a areater
Tarlety ofconeral and miscellaneous read
ing. ;
School Apparatus.
Does (he General Anombly deiigu to de
prive the Sonools of the Btate ef the small pit
tance allotted for school apparatus? Are the
leglilaton ao Indifferent to the true interest of
the pupils a to leare them to the nnaldad in
struction of teaoher often Incompetent T
Apparatus in this advanced condition of the
soienee of eduoation is a positive necessity.
Tor our part, we contend for libraries and ap
paratus. We maintain that both should be
famished in . vroportion to the number of
children in erery township in the S late; not only
in towns where they are sought for, and where
the tax-payers are willing to pay the assess
ment, but still more In the poorer and Ignorant
districts where they are moat needed. Primary
aoholars hare ideas impressed on their minds
most forcibly from figures drawn on the black
board, by the movement of the balls on the
numeral frame, and from the setting up and
taking down the cubical blocks. Advanced
scholars are profited by obierving the
revolution and mappings of the globes, and
from the revolutions of nature made in the
Laboratory. Give scholars means to eluci
date the text. Their interest must be awak
ened, they must have more than the in
structor's abstract proportion; they must have
general reading and apparatus for illustration.
Things teach with double foroe through the
animal eye,whioh catoheth in an instant what
the ear (hall not loarn in an hour.
There are no donbt shameful and inexcusa
ble neglects in the distribution of library
books, and it is a disgrace to any district whioh
is thus at fault; but we beg the present Gen
eral Assembly not to make the mistake of sus
pending this law whioh they found enacted by
previous iawmatem if-iha Legislature now
in power wishes to lessen its majority at tne
next election, they will be gratified, if they
suspend the Library tax. Stand manfully up
to the law or repeal it.
The Pope and Napoleon.
The Pope sett Napoleon and family his
blessing. The Emperor, four weeks after,
on the 31st of December, sent the Pops a letter
recommending him to fallow the programme
not unlike that proposed in the noted pam
phlet, viz: to giveup the province of Bomagna,
and in exchange-request the great powers
to guarantee to him the possession of the re
mainder. There will be a flare up between
the fatbor and the son of the Holy Mother
Charoh. The position of the Pope must
embarrassing the provinoes in revolt, Aus
trie's rower ourbed. while the Emperor
France, with cruel kindness, wished, as
French Bishop says, like an eagle to lift up
the tortoise, the Pope, in proferriog him the
Presidency of the Italian Confederacy, to give
him a harder fall on a rook. The restriction
of the temporalities of the Pops to tho city of
Rome merely, would appear to be an impris
onment too degrading to a sovereign Pontiff.
Hospitality and Charity in Union.
The spirit of the people who contributed
funds with suoh liberality for the reception
the official guests from Eentaoky and Tonnes
see, was one of fraternity and liberality.'
was large, earnest and overflowing. Their
money was freely given, and, after the repast
of the five thousand, their store was unex
pended. Five hundred dollars were devoted
to the preparation in superior typographical
style, of a pamphlet record, of the late visit,
t) present to each gnest; $300 in belts for
police, and the following awards in charity,
vis: Seamen's Bethel, $200; Home of the
Friendless, $200; Children's Aid Society, $100;
Widow's Home, $150; Belief Union, $100;
Cincinnati Orphan Asylum, $100; Colored Or
phan Asylum, $50.
Hospitality and Charity in Union. The Frenchman and Free Trade-A
Policy for the West.
Coming to the point aboot planB of develop
ing home interests is the policy of states
men. Louis Napoleon, it is believed, has made
a ten-strike in clasping hands with England in
a partial free trade. The Government of the
United States has just dispatched a politician,
and not a practioal man, we fear, as our Min
ister to France. , The West could, for trade's
sake, afford to pay his salsry and outfit to re
turn htm, and spars man from the Chamber
of Commerce of Cincinnati. That would be
sensible. We wish our President had visited
our oity during the pork season. He'd bettor
come yet.
t
Policy for the West. Poco-a-Poco-Little by Little.
We are inohing our way to the Pacific We
become nearer neighbors dally. Tbe tele
graph wire has an advance terminus at each
end, shortening ths space for the transporta
tion of news by the post Soon the railroad
lines will be laid through the Passss of the
Rocky Mountains. .The last overland dis
patches from San Francisco were but twenty
days in reaching St. Louis, and soon will
oome in six daya. '" ' 1
BiK-NoTi CiactruTiow or ths Uhitid
Statisv The bank-note circulation of the
United States at the present time is about one
hundred and fifty-two millions of dollars; of
which amount eight millions are in bills of the
denomination of one dollar; five millions of
two dollars; four millions of three dollars:
atxtesn millioas of five dollars; six millions of
ten dollars: sixteen millions of tirentr dollars;
fifteen millions of fifty dollars; ten millions of
o.ie hundred dollars; uirty-ieven millions of
five hundred dollars; thirty-two millions of
one thousand dollars; and three millions of
bills of tbe denomination of five thousand.
Fatal. Arraav n MaMraiaw James Webb.
. one of the largest cotton factors In Memphis,
Tenn.. was shot dead in aa affray in that city
on the evening of the 8d lust, by Miaatt,
former elerk in Wi house. The deceased
had been la holiness there twenty years, and
was highly esteemed by the community in
watch he lived.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVITH CONGRESS-1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, February 7.
of
a
Of
It
SENATE The President sent a message
to the Senate, returning tbe joint resolution
passed on the last day of the last session, ap
propriating money for removing the bar and
obstructions at the mouth of the Mississippi.
Mr. Hammond introduced a joint resolution
for the rolief of Commander H. J. Hartatein,
appropriating $8,000. Adopted.
Mr. Hammond introduced a joint resolution
aurhorislng Commodore Shudrick to accept a
sword from President Urquize. Adopted.
Mr. Hunter introduced the Postoffice Defi
ciency Bill, with amendments, and gave notice
that he would call it up after the morning
hour.
Mr. Gwin introduced a bill for tbe release
of payments for the town site ot San Francisco.
Referred.
Mr. Mason moved that when the Senate ad
journ it adjourn to meet at 10 o'olock. A lopted.
Mr. Salisbury introduced, amendments to
Mr. Davis's resolution, expressive of dovotion
to the Union, Ao. Ordered to be printed. .
Mr, Wilson introduced the following:
Retohei, That a committee be appointed to
inquire into the extent of the power and pat
ronage of the President of the United States
in the removal and appointment to office, and
report the number of officers of trust and
profit under tbe control of the President, ex-elndino-
the Army and Navy, but inoluding
suoh as are under the control of the heads of
departments, and the amount paid to soob
officers; also, further to inquire whether any
power - and patronage is exerted to influence
the legislation of Congress, or any eleotion in
States or Territories, and whether any, and
what sums of money are paid or required to
be paid by persons holding offices of trust, for
profit or contriDUiion in support oi wkuuiu,
and to inquire whether the power and patron
age are need by the heads of departments over
subordinates, mechanics and cantractors; and
also the allowance made to contractors of sup
plies and those employed to purchase Govern
ment sites, vessels, engines, lit., transporta
tion of stores, Ac, and report by bin or otn
arwiee. Mr. Iverson, from the Committee on Claims,
reported several private bills wnicn naa Dees
favorably acted on by the Court of Claims. A
resolution to print the meteorological reports
of the Bmithsonian Institute caused some de
bate.
Mr. Hunter obiected to the publication.
Mr. Fitch said the request to print came
from the President ot tbe emunsonian in
titnta and the Commissioners of Patents.
Mr. Fessenden opposod the printing on tbe
around that the work collected was not au-
. . . n 11 H .1. .1.-
tnorizea dv ioneress. jcinauy mo iuwh
consideration of the subieotwas postponed.
Mr. Hunter moved to postpone prior orders
and take up tbe Postomoe uonoiency mil,
Adontad. The bill was taken up and read.
y . . . i i i iL. n
The nrst amendment maae ov ins vum-
mittee on Finance was to make provision for
wrapping paper, mail paper, so. it was
inni to. The second amendment to the third
section, providing mat interest unuuiu omjr vo
paid to contractors themselves, and be In full
of all elaims for damages, and providing that
no interest is to be allowed on the last quarter.
. ... . . . . .i 1 j 1 u-
Mr. Hunter said it save the interest to the
contractors in lieu or damages.
Mr.ChcBnnt thought it did great Injustice
to the assignees.
Mr. Hunter said the latter could have their
olaims adjudicated in court. What was
wanted was to clear the United States of any
claim for damages and pay the interest to
thoseonly who conld release the Government.
Mr. Hale wanted to know whether the
interest was confined to the defioiency of last
ye?r- .
xur. Hunter saia yes.
Mr. Hale thought it would set a dangerous
precedent. The Postmaster-General goes on
making contracts just aa though Con gresa had
made an appropriation.
Mr. Hunter yenned tnat tne rosimuter
General is oompelled by law to make these
eontracts. Tbe rostmaster-benerai dm not
pledge;the Government to pay interest. Con'
gress allowed it in lieu of damages. .
After further debate and a trifling modifica
tion, tbe amendment wsa aaoptea.
Mr. Toombs moved an amendment, to in
clnde sub-eontraotors, who actually performed
the service, in tne benefits or tbe bill,
Adopted.
Mr. Hnnter moved to reconsider, on tho
ground that the department did not know the
sub-contractors.
Mr. Davis thought the amendment emi
nently just and proper.
Mr. Toombs snid he wanted those who did
the work to get the money. He did not want
to irive it to those who prowled around the
department and got tbe contracts, and sub-let
tbetn to honest men, wno did tbe work.
Messrs. Bice and Fitch opposed the amend
menU
Mr. Doolittle said the amendment would
give the Department endless trouble in deeid
ine on the conflicting claims of contractors
and sub-contractors. The contractor was the
man who suffered the damage. He had fur
nished tbe means to carry on the service when
the Government failed to do so. The amend
ment was reconsidered. The amendment was
then rejeoted Yeas 17; nays 30.
Tbe third amendment provides for the abol
ishment of the franking privilege after May
1, but that all persons now entitled to the
privilege are exempted from the payment
postage.
Mr. Hamlin raid the amendment had no
business there. A difference of opinion on
this point led to the defeat of the bill at the
last session.
Mr. Trumbull denounced the abnse of the
franking privilege. He wanted to eee the
whole system abolished, and moved to strike
out the last clause, which would saddle the
expense upon a constituent who would reoeive
letters or documents.
Mr. Fsssenden advocated tbe amendment
it stood.
Mr. Rice said the present object wsa to pay
the honest debts of the government, and the
Senate should not embarass action by introducing
subjects not germaln thereto.
Mr. Toombs said the mail contractors had
more claim than any other class of the public
creditors. Now was the best time to set this
reform through. This privilege, which costs
the department now $1,800,000 per annum,
ought to be abolished. It waa not proper that
members who wrote to constituents on publio
business should bear the burden themselves.
Ltt the persons who are benefited by the
reapondence pay for it.
Mr. Hale moved to amend, by chancing
time to April. If it extended to the first
May, it would be after the Charleston Csnven-
tlon, and the Democrats would have benefits
not enjoyed by the Republicans, who do
meet in Chicago till June. Laughter.
Mr. Toombs accepted tbe amendment.
Mr. (Simmons opposed the amendment,
having been improperly introduced. If
proposition had so much grit, it might oarry
ttseir tarougn. .
Mr. Collamer said there were speoial laws
requiring tbe Treasury Department to
over $700,000 to ths Postoffice Department,
account or tne transportation or iree
If the amendment passed, those laws
existed, and the Treasury would not be
The aubjeot was one requiring
and examination, and ought to
considered by Itself.
Mr. Davis, of Miss., advocated the adoption
ef the amendment now. They could then
and perfect tbe system. The amendment
proposed, first, the reform ef an abuse,
secondly, the ehange of policy of the Adminis
tering Department The abuse of the privilege
was ir the burdening of the mails with alarge
mui uf documents.
Mr. Collamer explained that previous
1851 the Postmaster-General was limited
sivinsr cut contracts br tbe receipts of the
partment, but when the three cent postage
was established in 1851, it waa provided
the mail eervioe should not be reduced; .
eonicauenee was. that the Postmaster-Gen
eral had anlimited,dlsoretion,stil could, if
ehose, increase the expenses to twenty or
millions.
Mr. Collamer moved an amendment re
pealing the acts of 1847 and 1851, appropri
ating $700,000 annually for tbe uie of the
Postoffioe Department
Mr. TrnmDuii earn mat parsons writing io
members oa business could inclose stamps.
Ha rjolnted out the abuses likely to arise from
the adoption of a proviso exempting members
from tbe payment oi postage, wunu tus
whole system wiped out
After further debate, in whioh Messrs.
Toombs, Collamer and Hanq participated, a
vote waa taken on Mr. Trumbull's motion to
takeout the proviso. Yeaa 24; nays 32.
Mr. Bltdell moved to postpone the bill till
half-past one o'olock to-morrow. Carried.
The Senate went into Executive session, and
afterward adjourned. ,
From Washington.
WiSHiaoroK. February 7. The Charleston
of Saturday records the death of Bev.
Oranmore Wallace, formerly of New England,
an eminent Episcopal olergy man..
Incident to tbe unexpeotea aeiay oi tne
passage of tbe PoBtoffiee Appropriation Bill
by the Senate to-day, owing to the dlsousslon
of the franking privilege, a memorial is in
circulation this evening among the mail con
tractors now here, praying for the passage of
the bill as it came from the House. If this
eannot be done without delay, they must ask
that the interest elause and all other objection
able features be stricken out and left for fu
ture legislation, stating, in conclusion, that
their necessities are suoh as to require lmme-
riiitu annnn.
rvniM-flai will take action on tne subject or
the inauguration of Mills's statue of Washing
ton on the 224 inst
A larva nnmbar of the members nave ex
pressed a willingness to make a liberal appro
priation to astray tne expenses oi tuo inva
sion. ...
It la in aontemnlat on formally to invite tne
New York Seventh Regiment to participate
in the ceremonies.
Th door-keener of the House. Mr. Mars ton,
has appointed Capt. Darling his first, and Ira
Goodenow his second assistant These gentle
men came here as candidates for the principal
station, and are thus accommodated. There
is wild excltemont for places. Mr. Marston
to-day was pursued by hundreds of importun
ate men and boys.
It is said tbat only four or nve oi tne tnirty
or more employe under the Clerk will be re
tained by him.
The subject of dismissals and appointments
was under consideration to-dsy. The number
of applicants is unusually large.
Uov. Letcnor is in tne oity, on nis return irom
Charleston. He will leave for Richmond to
morrow. .. .
Judge Rowns, of Tenn., has been appointed
Treasurer of the United States. He receives
the unanimous indorsement of the Demooratic
members of Congress from that State.)
Much interest is manifested in regard to
Printer of the House.
A conference to-niRht of those who voted for
Pennington was called to determine that question-
. ... .
The Republican caucus adjourned, wltnout
making a nomination for Printer, to meet
again to-morrow.
Trial of Hazlett.
Charmbtoww, February 7. Nine witnesses
were examined to-day. Their testimony was
conclusively to the point that Hazlett was one
of Brown's party. The only difference in the
testimony waa aa to ths color of the prisoner's
hair, some stating that it was red and others
that it was of a light color. His hair at the
present time is quite dark, though it has the
appearanoe of being colored by a hair dye.
Among the vlsitora in attendance at the
Court to-day, was Bev. Mr. Newton, of Ver
mont, who has been before the Senate Inves
tigation Committee.
The number of witnesses summoned for the
Commonwealth amounts to about forty, but
All will probably not bs examined.
The War in Morocco.
Washixqtor, February 1, Interesting ac
counts of the war in Morocco have been re
ceived here.
la is stated that there were 60,000 Moors at
tho battle of Castellegos. Colonel Tassara,
about thirty years of age, a younger brother
of the Spanish Minister at Washington, dis
tinguished himself greatly at the head of his
regiment.
Most of the high officers of the Spanish
army are young men. The army had been
obstructed in its operations and suffered muoh
from constant rains. Soaln is crosecutina
the war with vigor, and will have before long
a force of bu.uuu men in Morocco.
Fiendish Attempt at Murder.
Locisvilli. Februsry 7. At Hawesville,
Ey., yesterday, H. A. Davidson went into
Duncan It Brother's store with a lighted bomb
in a basket of eggs. The bomb exploded,
blowing the store to pieces and wounding Hon.
Wm. Sterritt, C. B. Dunoan, J. G. Dunoan,
James Reading and Mr. Bennett, some
them mortally, inoluding Davidson.
It is supposed that Davidson intended to
kill Sterritt, in consequence of the latter'e
course toward Davidson in the late Lowe
tragedy.
Arrival of the Santa Fe Mail.
of
Ikdipshdehoi, February 7. The Santa Fe
mail, from Pawnee Fork, aralved here ro-day.
The escort that left fort Union on tbe 27 tn
ult bad not reached Pawnee Fork when this
mail left.
Five mails were detained at Pawnee waiting
an escort No Indians were seen by this
party. The snow was very deep on the plains,
and the weather intensely eold.
River News.
aa
Pittsbdbo, February 7 M. River five feet
by the pier-mark, and about stationary.
Weather oloudy and cold, with indications
snow.
LoctsviLLK, February 7 P. M. River
rising, with five feet ten inohes in'the canal.
Fatal Affray.
Augusta. Ga.. February
Walker, overseer, shot John Owens, merchant.
dead, at Waynesboro', on ' monaay. ine
Sheriff, with a posse, in attempting to arrest
him, met with resistance. The Sheriff shot
Walker dead, and also fatally wounding
wife and cbiid. .
Municipal Election.
the
of
not
LiKOiBTiR, Pen.. February 7. The elec'
tion for Mayor came off to-day. Tbe rote was
very henry. Sanderson. Democrat, is elected
ovor Barrows, Republican, by 189 majority;
Democratic gain of (00 over the vote ot
year. ,
From New Haven.
the
pay
New Havsh, February 7. Judge Charles
A. Ingersoll, of the United States Court,
in a drtosr condition at nine o'olook this even
ing. His disease is supposed to be rheuma
tism 01 tne stoms.cn.
Fire.
still
re
lieved. be
CaiaAir, O., February 7. MUton Hotel,
Barnard A Co.'s store, Johnson's new store,
blacksmith shop end several small buildings
were destroyed, by tn last night.
$8,000) partially inured. ' , . .
HOME INTEREST,
and,
B" A. A. Xyster, Clocks, Wetchei
Jsw Iry, Bos. SSI and 171 Westem-row,
to
In
De
that
The
he
jssT Dagnerrenu Gallery, sonth-west
nsr of Sixth and Wtstsra-nw, ever Haanaford'i
drug-store. Pictures taken and at la food
tor twenty seats. Warranted to slsasst ,..
1 pf- FisiioiiBLS Cwthiho. Sprague
Co,, opposite the PostoffloSi hare In store a snperb
stock ef ready-made fashionable Clothing, of
sins and styles. ThsysIsokaTsanneassortmsntof
trench and Kngllsb Cloths and Vestlngs, to
they call the ett.ntm of their numerous friends,
MARRIED.
' WOK8HAMHOBK8.-AtOonnjjrjrlllo,lDd.,on
tbi SMh ult" by tb. Bev. W. Pslan, Jeremiah
Wortham and Miss Maris N. Bhores. . , .
DIED.
FORBE8T. On Tuesday ln?r?Jj7'K
k o'olock, after a protracted Illness, in the eentb
ar of hls age, Buloney, only son of ionise and
Wm. T. Forrest. , . .... .n .
Ths frlf nda sad aconalntances of the family ar
respectfally invited to attend the funeral .this after
soon at 2 o'olock, from the resldenoe of his father,
Mo. BBS Sim-street.
GILBERT. Of consumption, Boberi Ollbert, in
the nftj-sixth year of his age, at the reIdenc.or bis
son-in-law, Isaae Hoffmaa, Mo. JO Butler-strjat.
Tho funeral will ioke plsoe this day, the 8th, at
o'clock. Friends of the family are reouseted to at
tend without further notice.
J5A.BHABT.-On Monday morning, f &,. at if
o'clock, of measles, Kdward, eon of Andrew and
Herratt Ksrhart, aged one year and Are months.
rOWELIi. On Sundsy, the 6ih inst., of brain
fever. Ills, Infant daognter of -James and Anna
Powell, ged nine months.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
V. M. M. LIBRARY ASSOC.-
iainii -nnHHITTII MEETING -Th
Committee appointed at toe meeting on Saturday
evening last will meet at the Merchants Eichann
on THUBSDAY IVIHING MUXT, lh lost., at 7
O'clock, A panctoal attendance Is requested,
feib JOHM w. HABTWBLt,t)halrman.
SPIRITUAUSM, OR THE
rw m-iinrnu -Mini EMMA EAB-
UlStJK, through whom ths "bplriu'' gave .such
arand and trntbful utterani es on Sunday last, will
again s"ak oa THOB8DAT SVBNIMO MfiXT,
rebroary,Bt 7 o'clock .in the Rational Ball, jn
Vine-street, between Fifth and Blxth. fo7o
ftttaCHIXBLAINS AMD FROST-
gpQ-J ED FlUBx. raimsr s vegeiaoie wsmeiit
rjoUoo is the never-failing remedy for these great
annoyances. It not only eneoia a complete nun,
often by one thorough application, but it decreases
tbe liability to a return or the same difficulty. J oi
aale by (UuggisU generally.
de20 Mo. S6 West Fourth-street.
svsEVIDENCB ACCUMULATES.
IflV Owuunf ATI, Deo. 17, 183.-Mr. 8. Palmer
BeurUIr: Borne Are years sloes I reoeivad a seven
injury on my left arm, near the elbow, einoe which
I have been greatly annoyed by a entaneons diseaat
on the same. After using varions remedies wltheul
success, 1 was induced to try yoar Vegetable Cos-
mono lioilon, and am nappy in lnrorming yon mat
the use of balf a bottle has left my arm as smooth
and free from dlsesse as its mate.
""&W.DAMImOWB.
Mo. lis West Third-street.
For sale by dniigists everywhere. Be oar to get
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetlo Lotion, and accept ot
nothing else. SOLON PALMER, Agent.
de2S No. 88 West Fourth-street, Cincinnati, O.
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DIS
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throughout the united States, to be the most effectual
blood-purifier ever known, and to bare relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent cures, than
any preparation known to tbe profession. Scrofula,
BaltBheum, Erysipelas, Soald-head, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are onred by a few bottles, and
th nstem restored to full strunstn and visor. Foil
and explicit directions for theonreof nloerated sore
legs, and oiuer corrupt ana running uicers, is giren id
th. wunehlet with each bottle. For sale bv JOHN D.
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VI.
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ter and Conduct. By Samuel Smiles, author of the
" L,iie it ueorge Dtepnenson," 70 cents,
VII.
A FAMILIAR FORENSIC VIEW OF MAN
AND LAW. By Bobert B. Warden. 1 vol. Svo,
clotb, $2 25; same in law binding, 8 SO,
VIII.
THE BOYS' PLAY-BOOK OF SCIENCE
Including tbe Tarioos manipulations ana arrangi
meats of Chemical and Pbllosoebical Ansarati
required for tbe successful performance of bcietlno
Experiments, In Illustration of the elementary
branches of Obemlstrr and Natural Philosophy.
By John Henry Pepper. Illustrated with upward
of four hundred engravings. Oloth, $1 60; cloth
gllt,l7&.
- Ias
THE HOMOL1ST.-Volume Till. 12mo.
oloth, 2 68.
A
HAND-BOOK OF GEOLOGICAL TERMS
By David Page. 12mo oloth, 12.
Robert Clarke & Co.,
55 West Fourth-street.
f8al
DISSOLUTION,
TEE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between BOWEBS a B&BEER Is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. W. T. BOWERS
will settle all claims and collect all debts dae tbe
firm.
umoiKMiTi, January lew.
feSc
1JEW MAPLE MOLASSES A pure arti
L w ole of new Maple Molasjes lost received at
runouBON'B,
fed Corner Ninth and Vine-streets.
VICTORIA WINE BISCUIT A rery fine
leg uomer Hint nana vine-streets.
sT0AL
OIL AT NINETY CENTS The
best in the market.
All kinds of lamps altered
to burn Coal Oil at fKHUUSOH'tt,
feS uornernintn ana vine-streets.
Times oopy.J
INVOICE FROM
CROSS A BLACK
M.
ItM.-Jmt rerelT.d. direct from London. 28
brls. Pickles and Bancee, comprising the following
assortment: allied uerkins, ricaies, unow-cnow,
Uaulinower, Piccaiiuy, wainnts, so. ; Harvey Banco,
lUullna Niict. John Bull Banc. Beefsteak bauea,
Rnnl T.bl. Banc. Essence of Anchovies. Essence
of Shrimps, Anchovy Paste, Shrimp Paste, Potted
Beef, Potted Heats, Potted Herring, Ao. wot sale,
wholesale ana retail, ny a, niovun a w.,
167 oe, ana tirancn ptore, aw neat sourxn-st,
Aromatic Tincture of Myrrh,
FOR CLEANSING THE TEETH, HARD
KN1NO tka Onms and imnsrtlna a dell.htfnl
rerfums to the breath. Persons who smoke or chew
tobacco will Snd this preparation invaluable, as
promptly removes all tbe unpleasant odor from ths
Dreatn
Prenared and for sale br
BC1BI, EOKSTEIN A CO.,
Opposite the Postoffice.
feSo
Vanilla Beans. &c.
FRESH VANILLA" BEAKS, VERT BU
FEBIOB. ALSO
Concentrated Extract of Vanilla. Tor sale by
8UIBB, EOKSTEIN 4 00.,
feto ' Opposite the Postofflca.
Kaliston, or Orient Water,
FOR REMOVING FRECKLES, RED
KKSB and all Eruptions of the Skin, and ran
dering it clear, smooth and soft. For sale by
8UIBB, ECKSTEIN OO.,
fasc Oppeelts the PoatolHos.
Hair Dye.
Pi GR0S8
CRISTADORO'S HAIR DTE.
v t do. Batchelor's Ualr Dre.
do. Batchelor's Hair Dye, with a full assort
ment of all the popular Hair Dyes made,
Hor sals by
8UIBX. ECKSTEIN CO.,
Opposite the Fostoffles.
ieec
Eeflned Borax,
1t CASKS REFINED
BORAX Re.
solved and for sale by
BU1BE. ECKSTEIN 00.,
' - - ' Opposlts ths Posto ffios.
feto
H. BALDWIN. ATTORNIT
AND OOUNSELLOB AT T.AW ltuiar
Commissioner of ths Superior and Common- Pitas
Uport. .Bank Building, north weal corner ofiMila
ne.aa.raiwssis. ssSk
it
'
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DELANO & GOSSAGE,
"West Fourth-st.
n f tam tvttt a tt i i ivr
UUll X All su xjL JL Jl Vf Xv
, , -OF- ; , "
CLOSINC-OUT SALES
Eicli and Desirable
DRESS GOODS!
Broohe Silks,
, Flounced Silk Eobes,
FleEllca. J3ill. !
At 6JX, T5, H7X and l.
Wool Delaines!
At 30 and 31 H eenls.
AMERICAN DELAINES
At 19, IS and 30 cents. ,
ENGLISH PLAID VALENCIAS!
At IS, worth US cents.
PLAIN FRENCH HEBINOES,
la Klch Colors, at 60 eents. '. "
"Wool Plaids
: At 33 and 3TXc, worth SOe.
SPLENDID DRESS SUES!
At Reduced Prices.
-adlcs' Bleb Velvet and Cloth
CLOAKS!
At Unusual Baranlns.
Ladies' Gents' and Children's Ho
siery and Underwear.
SHAWLS! SHAWLS!
IMPERIAL BERL1JV
AND
PLAID WOOL SHAWLS,
At S3, werth $1, and $6, worth $8.
DELANO & COSSAGE,
74 WEST FOIRTU-STIIEET,
tfasaw'j
The Tresh Shad Season has commenced at
MALTBY'S
OYSTER DEPOT,
No. 11 Wert Fifth-jtreet
Received dally by the Adams Express. feTaw
HOUSE-MOVING.
H
AVING BEEN ENGAGED FOR
many years in raising houses, girders, floors
and roofs, and being well supplied with too sol
kind, reouiredfor suoh work. 1 feel assured that
can give eatlsfaotion to any one who may favor
with a call, at tbe corner of Hopkins and V
Jntter.
fe7am
WM.
E. COTTLE.
LAND WANTED.
I WISH TO PUBCHASE ABOUT TEN
aores, either with or wlthone a bouse and barn
on it. Address by note, stating full particulars,
PBlLLilPi), care penny irees umce, or no.
western-row. i
Fancy Articles.
WORK-BOXES ;
Jewelry Duxes :
IVORY TABLETS
Pearl Watch elands ;
Bohemia Toilet Bottles ;
Bohemia Jewel Boxes ;
Tooth and Noil Brashes;
(Jombs and Hair Brushes;
Flesh and Oloth Brushes:
Jewel Caskets ;
Oanl-casea ;
Pocket-books ,
Pearl and Ivory Porte-
monnaies ;
jserun wire rone-monnaies, ao.
For sale by ALBERT BOSS, Druggist,
fe7 H. V. cor. Kighthnt. and Western-row.
Cigars.
FINE IMPORTED HAVANA CIGARS,
of the choicest brands, tor eale by
ALBERT BOSS, Druggist,
feT 8. W. yir. MinhOmt. and Western-row.
Moss.
Pin BRLS. I RI8H MOSS, JUST RE-
(ittl VEn .s for sale bv
AliBJbttT JIUnD, 1rogglSt,
B. W. oor. Elghth-at. and western-row.
feT
Cincinnati Fuel Co,,
COAL TOD AND OFFICE,
NO. 103 EAST THIRD-STREET.
VOUGHIOGHENY,
-SL a. ,; a 4..
WINIFREDS,
Cannel Coals,
Delivered at the lowest market rates.
BW Orders solicited and promptly executed.
febeam W. M. HTJBBBIib, Secretary.
ANOTHER ARRIVAL.
TTJST RECEIVED, ANOTHER 8HIP-
MENT of Hesenia Fruit, Sweat Oranges,
uug uru.r. ....
J. E. Stacey & Co.,
' Mo. 53 East Third-street, Cincinnati
fe6c
THE GLADIATOR
GAB-BCBNINO, SMOKI-OON8UM1NO
COAL COOKING STOVB!
FOUR SIZEG.
, SW Warranted to give satlsfactlonM
M ANTJVACTTJBED AND FOR 8ALB BY
CAMPBELL, BLLISON & CO.
Nes. 19 and ill East 8eeodstreet, -
JaUtf CINCINNATI, OHIO.
O AND Y ! OANDY
xx. isr.
(fossssst U Utn Ooj
Nk&ietiret and Wholesale Deafen
im AKB FLAIR CANDIES,
tO MAH
TBJBBT, CIKCIKftAlI
mylT
CONMEBVlAIi PRINTING
IiT MHRted at this office,
HEAT.
SWITJMGI
all
I
8.
-
In
I
i
NEW ADVERTISEITGNTS
Younp: Ladies' ', "
frty WIIX OPEK ITS EIGHTH
Qfb? SESSION on HOBDAY, February 8 with
a full complement of able and efflolent Teewbera.
No cars or ax pens, has been spared to maxetnla
School all that a Seminary for Toung Ladles should
be. All the pupils from abroad board in ths family
ef the President, making it mare lias a family than
a boarding school. Besides a full supply of appara
tus for Illustrating the sciences, It Is furnished with
a Library and Beading Boom-
For pleasurable recreation, choice is given between.,
tbe Callistheneum for Indoor and ths Biding school
for outdoor exercise. ' .
SBSrror particulars, address the President, or 1. H.
WHITE, 33 West Fourth-street, Cincinnati. jaSam ,
eemoya:l.'
JANUARY 35, 1860.
BRADLEY & VEBB
Hsre this day removed to their NEW STOBE,
18S 3yro,lrL-st.,
Where, with greatly-Increased mcllltlee, they will .
continue the
STATIONERY,
. JOB PMNTINtr,
i i , 'BINDING and
Blank Book Manufacturing Business.
jaastf-rap
CHEAP JTABLES.
157 Overcoats;
75 Cass. Business Coats;
64 Cloth Frock Coats;
100 pairs Fancy Cass. Pants ;
33 Cassimere Vests;
75 Silk VestB.
mw The above will be sold at cost prices to close
Wtater Stock.
. T.
ja26cw
W. SPRAGUE It CO.,
. 8. K. corner Fourth and Tlne-stt.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN "
ths store lately occupied by Henry Falls, , .
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
And will keep always on hand one of the largest
stocks and the latest patterns of
PAPER HANGINGS
To be found In the oouii try, which they offer at -AT
WHOLESALE OK RETAIL,
At prices beyond competition.
8. HOLMES & SON,
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
jaflamf Adjoining Pike's Opera-honsa.
GROVER & BAKER'S
New and Improved
SHUTTLE OR LOCK STITCH
SEWING MACHINES!
The best and only Hachlnes In the market suitable
for all kinds of manufacturing purposes at the 1
LOW PRICE OF $50. :
GROVER & BAKER,
SEWING MACHINE CO.,
58 West Fourth-street.
' jaMtf
Tin-ware, Spouting, &c.
. O. PAEEY,
NO. 86 VINK-BTBEET, SEAB FBONT,
CINCINNATI,
KEEPS ON HAND AND MANUF AC
TUBES to order all varieties of Tin and Bheet.
iron Ware, I'nbllo Lanterns, and ether articles la
his line. Manufactures to order all varieties of Ms
talllcBooning. Tin, Copper and Sheet-iron. ,
liantern mass always on nana.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
A few Stove, on hand to dlsnosa of ehean for cash.
Stove-pipe furnished and put up at short notice.
liawui
HAVE REMOVED MT SEAL EN-'.
OBAVINaandLishtUachinaWorkstothsUrsa .
and elegant building i
No. U West Fourth-street, ,
Between Walnut emd Vine, Third Flear.
II TOD WANT A SEAL PBESSi
' If YO0 WANT A SEWINQ MACHINE l
If yon wane any kind of light HACHINEBT mads or
repaired, GIVE ME A Vi
iLL.
jo2Stf
P. EYANB, Ja.
W. M. F. HEWSON,
Auctioneer, and Stock and Bill Broker,
No. 38 Thlrd-st., Basement of Masonic Balding. 5
m '
Stocks and Bonds bought and sold on commission.
Mercantile Paper and Uoans negotiated.
L Notes, Dividends and Interest Coupons collected.
' AUCTION 8AI.B8
Of Stocks, Bonds, Beal Estate, Ac, on any day re.
Quired.
aw Ths patronage of ths public Is respectfully so.
lloitsd. jaascm
BOYS' SCHOOL.
M- his school, at 364 Seventh-street, on MON
DAY next, February 6, and continue till ths end of
June. There will be taught tbe ueual branobee of
an English Eduoation. the varions branches of ths
Mathomatlcs, tbe Latin, Greek and Frenoh Lan
OS. Terms for the Kngllsb, $20; or ft per month;
e other branches, $30, or $6 per month. Pupils
charged from ths date of entry,
feabw GEOBOE OLIYE.
atgei-Kio sdnni
stsitod tni noneondde no tnes anrnaiiogsi
qeejfs-eiqnniioo pa (moj-usiss
Xiemjoj ) enaeA-iJ)ao seaio) i8B-rfljoi
oo a? aanvH av. av.
sisnoa pne seagux siqtiio j '-ow ' JanrSt
v.toB)tanofx -sjexosjsnoijsseuiqosnTsaaig -eaea
-una upon pus jeddn qioq Cpnos 'samuxaw-r
HOWLfinoTiis hi an xnd 'sazia 11 v
rraiTO HnoiiiE
J. M'ELCVEY. ,
Llerchart Tailor
' '"He 48 FOTjXrH-STBBBT.
delStf LOPEOB BUILPCTg.
BEST BRANDS IAMILT FLOUR. War
. ranted, at OOLTIB'B,
feS Kot. II and Hi Main-street.
BEST PENNS YLVANIA BUCKWHEAT
FLOUB and Corn Msal at OOLTIB'B,
fe3 Mos.SISsnd Ml Maln-sttsst.
tbtjiter. saaa and lard at
JLM ' . OOLTBB'8,
feS
No.. IIS and Ml Mahvetrass.
CHOICE MAPLE MOLASSES AND BEST
brands Bursas, to OOLME'S.
fat Noe.SH and Ml Main-strast,
ANT ARTICLE
IN
THE OROOERT
OOLTB'.
JM. Llaa can bs had at
a
a m - T
Mos, SIS aad HI Mala -street

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