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THE PRESS
AhDT W.PBAHOISCO. JOHHD. CALDWILL.
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THITRMDAY-
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Mechanics' and Manufacturers' Exchange.
change. ""
Th oitlzeai fenerallr do not fully appro.
elate tha importanca of oar maohanioal and
manufacturing Uteres!; do not know the value
of tha capital amplojod in thai branch!
do not estimate th extent of the training and
culture given to the variou persons employed
In operative labor in our cltjr. In fact, the
mechanics and manufaotnrers do not know
their own strength. It is high time that ad'
vantage should be taken of all th benefits of
concert, and the aid of mutual conferenoe and
exchanges. This is now in a fair way of be
ing done by the Exchange rising into daily
favor and usefulness. What a oommnnlty
that is of be of industrious, eontriving,
oonstruoting superintendents of daily work
The Daily Exohaoge on Third-street is ap
proximating in the faithfulness of its manage
ment and effeotiveneness of its operation to
that of the merchants.
We are proud to ice the spirit infused into
the whole fraternity officers, committees and
members. Let the Price Current lists and
daily sales on 'Change manifest praotioal ben'
efits to all branches of operative labor. Cln
cinnati is a working city, and this Exchange
should have it in its power, by an intimate
knowledge of the statistics of its progress, to
know how the smallest branoh of mechanical
labor is being supported along every avenue
and alley of the oity.
Give Young America Live Teachers.
Teachers aid parents can scarcely do a bet
ter service to children under their care than
to seeure them in a habit of precise and aoou
rate language. In turn, there should be hon
eat dealing with children j those addressing
them should be clear in language, earnest in
manner, and original in thought. There cer
taioly can be no child listless if his attention
is obtained, and he is furnished with informa
tion and knowledge for which he thirsts. I
is inhuman, outrageously barbarous, for any
child to be detained or engaged half an hour
without being magnetised and warmed up to
a spirited, not a slothful or unatteative in
terest in the subjeot at hand. Both parties
should be in good relation to each other, and
the topic discussed should be one of absorbing
interest. There will be few cases of indolence,
dissipation or disorder, if the teaoher evinces
heart's desire of pleasing ss well as in
structing. Young Americana should have
live-teachers, ready to wait on and serve
them, lifting them up from the place over
which they drag, to levels where progress, can
be maintained. School Truitees, go round
and see if your teachers are not asleep,
Teachers, pinoh yourselves to feel if you are
awake before the trustees pay you a visit.
The Street Railroads.
A new route has been agreed upon, which,
no doubt, will be awarded to a oompany of
merchant capitalists represented by Mr.
George Keck. This will extend the advan
tages of traveling in these comfortable cars to
the good people over the Rhine. The route is
from Fifth and Main-streets east to Sycamore,
thenoe np to Ninth, out Ninth to Walnut, up
Walnut to Twelfth-street, thence by Vine to
Hamilton-read to Main, down Main to Fifth-
street.
The Cincinnati Street Railroad Company
have been granted a ohange in their route.
They are to lay down their track along linn-
street instead of Saymiller-strset. The Pen
dleton-street Ronte and Paaiengor Route ask
for changes in their route. As recited in the
the report of the proceedings of City Council,
the latter-named company wish to extend
their route by laying a traok the full length of
Blxtb-streot, from Main to Hoadley-street.
A Through Connection to Charleston,
South Carolina.
We suggest that village meetings be held
in the counties of Kentucky and Tennessee,
along the line of the contemplated railroad
route from Danville, Ky., to Knoxville, Ten
nessee. Let the farmers and property holders
manifest their interest in a through connection
by rail from Cincinnati to Charleston, 6. C.
The value of the lands would double in three
years after completion of the road.
The Indians.
The aborigines of the West are lessening in
number rapidly. The onward tramp of th,
emigrant is effacing the tracks of the mocasin,
and the buffalo is driven away by guards of
the mail wagons making their regular trips
ever the plains to the Paoifio.
"A momeat and the pageant's (one.
The red men are no more;
The pale-faced strangers etand alone
Upon the river's shore."
"The Land of the Honey Bee."
Movements are in progress in the interior
parts of California and of Deseret to make a
new State. A few years more will bring into
our political firmament several Western Con
stellations: "Empire to empire swift incceeda,
Each bappr, great and free."
.
The Public Printer.
- John D. Defrees, ef the Indianapolis Atlat,
is the choice in th Republican eancus at
Washington for candidate for Congreasional
Trinter. It is supposed that he will be elected,
and that a Republican daily newspaper will
be issued by him at the National Capital.
More State Courtesies.
that Massachusetts designs to
invite the Legislatures of Maine, New York,
Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia, to a
Union Love-feast at Boston. That's a real
Boston notion.
More Conspirators Indicted.
The Grand Jury at Charleitown, Va., have
returned bills of indlotment for conspiracy
with slaves to promote insurrection, against
Owen Brown, Francis J. Merlam and Jere
miah Anderson.
Stovss inn Htmax Bsmos, Fifty stoves ef
the ordinary sit for house-warming, It is as
serted, will not burn or chemically ohange
into its elements so much air as one pair of
human lungs, therefore the effect of stoves in
this particular is not to frightful, as many
have supposed.
Naw Phasi or Woms's Riobtsism. Anna
Maria, daughter of Wm. Parker, a conductor
on the Cleveland and Toledo Railroad, a young
lady about twenty-five years of age, has been
abd acted from ber father's residence in Cleve
land by a Mrs. Hill, a believer In the doctrine
oi Woman's Bights. -
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LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1ST SESSION.
WASHINGTON, February. 8.
SENATE. The Senate met at one o'clock.
Mr. Davis's resolutions were postponed till
Monday next.
Mr. Green presented a petition from the
mail contractors, asking the immediate pass
age of the bill for their relief, with the Inter
est left out, to be settled by future legislation.
Mr. Grimes presented the credentials of J as.
Harlan, a Senator from Iowa, from the 4th of
March, 1801.
Mr. Pearos introduced a joint resolution, au
thorising the Secretary of the Interior to make
arrangements for the dedication of the statue
of Washington on the 22d of February next,
and appropriating $3,000 therefor. Laid over.
A number of reports and petitions were
presented.
Mr. Davis made a report from the Commit
tee on Printing, recommend iog the printing
of 10,000 copies of the reports of Majors Mor
dacai and Delafield ef observations in the
Crimea.
Mr. Hunter asked how much they would
eost.
Mr. Davis replied $50,800. If they cost
double that amount they were well worth the
expenditure.
Mr. Hunter moved to redaoe the number of
copies. Rejected yeas 28 nays 28.
The report of the Committee was rejected
25 to SI. A motion to reconsider was lost by
a large majority.
Mr. Fitoh made a report from the Committee
on Printing, recommending the printing of
niteen tnotisand oopies of the report of th
Commissioner of Patents. Laid over.
Mr. Haun introduced a resolution instruct
ing the Postoffio Committee to ioojulre into the
expediency of establishing a line of steamers
between can Franoisoo and China via the
Sandwich Islands. Adopted.
The PostofBoe Deficiency Bill was taken nn
the question being on the amendment offered
by Mr. Collamer, to repeal the aots of 1847 and
1851, appropriating (700,000 for the expenses
of free matter. Mr. Collamer withdrew the
amendment
Mr. Powell discussed the amendment of
tha 1'inanoe Committee, to abolish the frank'
ing privilege, recardinn this as the verv time
ana piace to eueot relorm. 'XDe privilege had
oeen aoused for partisan and private purposes,
me iranKins oi eieotioneennff documents, and
letters for friends. The effect also of the
amendment would be a great saving to the
Suono printing expenses, amounting to $500,
00 per annum.
Mr. Simmons offered an amendment, re
quiring tne prepayment oi printed matter.
ine motion to reconsider was agreed to after
colloquy between Messrs. Simmons and
Toombs.
Mr. Simmons withdrew his motion and Mr.
Toombs renewed it.
Mr. Simmons aueirested that tha amend
ment be so modified as to require prepayment
on printed matter oy an persons.
bit. rooniDS aooepted tne modification.
Mr. Douglas thousht it unwise to encumber
the bill with such legislation as was nronoied.
It would delay action and keep contractors out
oi tneir money, jue was ready to co-operate
on a separate bill.
Mr. Foote was in favor of abolishing the
franking privilege, but was opposed to its in
troduction into this bill as out of time and out
oi place.
Mr. Hale said there was a great want of
emoienoy in the mail service. Express com
panies now earried one-balf the correspond
ence between cities, beoauBe they did so more
rapiaiy and sateiy man tne department. Ho
would make the revenue of the department
aojeoi io a arait oi tne rostmaster-ueneral,
and give him discretion In establishing routes
and making contracts according to the finan
cial condition of the department. The pay
ment oi me noneat aeoia oi tne country to the
contractors had nothing to do with the frank
ing privilege.
Mr. Orson said he was in favor of abolish
ing the franking privilege, but did not think
um wn prupvr piace iur lie imruauouun.
Mr. Gwlnn was willine to make the Post-
office Department self sustaining if it could be
aono wiiu regard to the interests of the country;
he wanted it enabled to get rjroner mail faoill.
ties for the whole country; therefore, he would
vote to aooitsn tne tranxing privilege.
Mr. Green moved to reoomidor the vote bv
wuiou we proviso exempted tnoso now enti
tled to the franking privilege from the prensv
ment of postage was agreed.
Mr. Johnson, of Arkansas, opposed tho em
barrassing of the bill with the proposition to
auunsu mo iranaing privilege.
After further debate Mr. Toombs's amend
ment, modified so as to require prepayment on
newspapers, was agreed to, by twenty-eight to
twenty-six.
Mr. Trumbull moved to strike cut the whole
proviso as amendod. Carried.
The question recurred on the amendment to
aooiian tne (ranking privilege,
Air. summons moved that prepayment on
all printed matter, except newspapers and
periodicals be required. Rejected.
ine question on trie original amendment
was rejected by 27 to 37.
The next amendment whs to nrinrnnrialA
L- f. -1 t . , . J ' . I
uorauior iuo revenues oi tae rostouice He
partment for the use thereof. This was to en.
able the Department in oontiDgenoies like the
present to use the revenues. Rejected.
Mr. Brown offered an amendment that the
Superintendent of Pablio Printing be required
to nrooure the nrintina of thePostnffin. hlnnk.
after thirty days' notice, and award the con
tract to the lowest bidder. Agreed to.
Adjourned.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
MSLOV'S STATIOR. February 8. The Onr.
land Mail, with San Francisco dates to the
16th ult, passed here about midnight. The
outward bound mail of Deoember 26 took let
ters from New York to San Francisco in
twentv davs. and telem-anhlfl tint., frnm Wi
York and Washington to the evening of De
cember 30, was received in fifteen days.
The President's Message, which was tel.
egraphed from St. Louis to Meloy's Station,
tusoce oj man io cireoauga a uerry, thence
bv telegraph to San FranMsaa. was nnhlfc,t
entire on December 16, before the mail ar
rived, in a little over fifteen days from the
. 1 1
time oi iiariiDK.
The Government lost $14,000 in treasure bv
the wreck of the steamer Northerner.
Lieut. Gov. Downev was inaugurated Gov
ernor of California on the 14th ult.
Th people of Placervilla had voted in favor
of a tax for the surrey ot a railroad from that
place to Faliom.
Samuel Barrett, of the firm of Barrett k
Sherwood, died in San Francisco on the
15th.
A resolution was Introduced in the Cslifornia
Senate to urge Congress to establish a daily
overland mail route.
Nothing new had transpired in the San
Francisco market.
The dates from the Sandwich Islands are to
December 31. The news is unimportant.
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New York Items.
Naw Youk, February 8. W. S. Drayton,
agent of the Havre Iin of steamers, died this
morning.
Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher, with her child
and servant, were thrown from a carriage in
Brooklyn to-day. Mrs. Beeoher was seriously
injured, bnt no fears for her life are enter
tained. The child and servsnt wer but
slightly hurt.
Th bark Emily, whlohwai recently brought
this port as a slaver, escaped from Green
port on Saturday night, and sailed again for
the African eoast via Long Island Sound.
Rev. Dr. Brownie is very ill of bronchitis,
and is expected to survive but a short time.
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From Boston.
Bostox, learnt
that it la in contemplation by the Legislature
Massachusetts, to invite tbe Legislatures
Maine, Naw York, Pennsylvania, Mary
land, and Virginia, to visit Boston on th 22d
February. The Committee on Towns has
reported a bill in iavor or annexing Koxbury
Boston.
Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE NORTH BRITON.
Pobtlahd, Ms., February 811 P. M.
The steamer North Briton, which left Liver
pool at noon on tbe 26th ult., arrived here this
evening. I he vity of rYainmgton lettsimulta
neously with the iVorfA Brtion.
The .Ktna arrived at Liverpool on the 22d
ult., and the Canada on the 23d ult. .
The advices were not telegraphed from
Quoenstown, owing to the prostration of the
wires in ireiana Dy a neavy gaie.
Another furious gale has viaited the English
eoast, doing considerable damage to the ship
ping. The Amerioan ship F. if. Fanning went
ashore near Wexford, and probably became a
total wreck. The Inllama, from Savannah,
was driven ashore near Fleetwood, where ah
remained,
Livsbpoot,, December 25. Cotton Sales of
Cotton for three days was 24,000 bales, of
wnion o,uuu were on speculation and export
Market closing quiet and steady. Some cir
culars quote prices easier but unchanged, and
a partial decline of l-16d. Advioes from
Manchester were favorable to the market for
goods and yarns, being quiet at firm prices
Riohardson, Spence A Co. report Flour
steady at 23s.26s. fld. Wheat steady, red
vs. oa.(avi. iua.( wnite vs.mnus Mils. ed
Corn quiet, yellow 80s. 61.31s. 9d. Bacon
firm. Lard dull at 48M51. Sales unira
portant. Tallow unohanged. Beef quiet but
steady. Pork steady.
At London Consuls olosed on Tuesday at
tor money and account.
The r'c(orio,from Liverpool for Mobile, was
at anonor on Fleetwood, having lost her sails,
ino f. tiamuwn, irora Havre tor .New I org
had just put into Plymouth leaking.
Great Britain. Parliament opened on the
zaw uit. Tne toiiowing is tbe Queens speech
"My Lords and Gentlemen: With great aat
isfaction I again meet you in Parliament, and
nave recourse to your assistance. My rela
tions with foreign powers continue on satis
faotory and friendly footing. At the last sea
sion I informed yon that overtures had boon
made to me to ascertain whether, if a confer
ence should be held by the great powers of
Europe for the purpose of settling arrange
ments conneoted with the future condition of
Italy, and that a plenipotentiary would be
sent ey me to assist at suob a eonlerence. I
have since received formal invitation from the
Emperor of Austria and the Emperor of the
to oonsist of the representatives of the eight
powers who were parties to the treaty of
Vienna, tbe object of such Congress boing
stated to be, to receive communication of
treaties conoluded at Zurich and deliberate in
association with the above powers. The
Courts of Rome, Sardinia and Sicily, on the
means best adapted for the paoifioation of
iiaiv ana tor piaoinr its property on a solid
and durablo basis, desirous at all times in con
curring in proceedings having for their object
the maintafnanoe of peace, I accepted the
invitation, but at the same time made known
that in suoh Congress I should steadfastly
maintain the prinoiple that no external force
should be employed, to Impose upon the peo
ple of Italy any particular government or con
stitution. Circumstances have led to the post
ponement of tbe Congress without a day be
ing fixed for a meeting, but whether in Con
gress or in separate negotiation, I shall en
deavor to obtain for the people of Italy free
dom from foreign interference by force of
arms in their Internal concerns, and I trust
that the affairs of the Italian peninsular may
be satisfactorily and peacefully settled. The
papers on the subject will soon be laid before
you. I am in communication with the Em
peror of France with a view to extend com
mercial intercourse between the two countries,
and thus draw cloe the bonds of friendly al
liance between them.
A dispute having arisen between Snain and
Morocco. I endeavored by friendlv meana to
prevent a rupture, but regret to say without
success. Papers on this subject will be laid
before you.
My Plenipotentiary and the Plentootentium
of the Emperor of tbe French having, in
obedience to their instructions, proceeded to
tha mouth of the Peiho in order to repair to
Pekin to exchange, in that city, ratifications
of tbe treaty of Xeinsin in pursuance of the
60th clause of that treaty, their further nrn.
gross was opposed by force, and a oosftict took
place between the Chinese forts at tbe mnnih
of the river and the naval forces by which the
Plenipotentiaries wore escorted. The allied
forces on this occasion, displayed their usual
bravery, but, after sustaining a sovere loss.
were compelled to retire.
ine last embers of the disturbance in my
East India domain have been extinguished.
My Viceroy has made peaceful urorreii
through tbe districts which have, been the
principal scenes of disorder, and by a judicious
combination of firmness and generoaitv. n
authority has every where been solidly, and
by treaty permanently established. I have
received from the Viceroy the most gratifying
auuuuui ui uw luviiuy oi my x.aai inmnninh.
jects, and of tho good feeling evinced by the
DHuve cmeis ana tne great landholders of the
oountry.
X have concluded a treaty with Japan and
treaty reeording boundaries with tha
pubiie or bautemala. I have directed that
toe treaties shall be laid before you.
The remainder of the sneeoh is devntl in
local matters. The public revenue is pro
nounced in a latisfaetorv condition. Tha
estimates have been prepared with a view of
putting tne army and the navy, and the de
fenses of the oountry, on an efficient footing.
Tbe volunteer movement is referred in with
pride and gratification. A Reform Bill and
legislative measures are promised, and
the speech winds up with an expression of
gnuuuue tor mo general prosperity which pre
vails. In the House of Lords. Earl Plliwilliom
moved, and Lord Truro seoonded, the address
Her Majesty, in response to the speech.
Lord Gray, after giving this approval in
the general foreign policy of tho Government,
and questioning the advantage to be derived
from the new commarnial trAnlv wlili
complains that tbe ministers have not called
rarnamont together before undertaking the
expedition to China, and moved an amend
ment, expressing regret that they did not
adopt such a course.
Lord Derby spoke on the same side, regret
ting the conduot of tbe Government in the
Chinese affair. Ha also entered into the Italian
question, and urged a striot non-intervention.
Captain,Harrlson, of the Great Eastern, had
met hiB death by drowning.
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The Trial at Charlestown.
February 8 Tha .Tim na.
Uon of witnesses was resumed, but few new
facts were elicited. The witnesses all ex
pressed themselves with confidence as to tbe
dentity of tbe prisoner.
Uaptain Clowe detailed conversation ha hud
with the prisoner. He had never seen him
before that time. The prisoner stated that
had not heard from his mother sinoo bis
connection with this unfortunate affair. After
the ptlsoner mads the statoment he teamed in
regret It. At four o'clock the Commonwealth
olosed.
The first witness for the defense was Major
, M. Ball. His testimony was regarded aa
rather favorable to the prisoner.
The testimony for tho eroseention notnttvl
tbe prisoner as one of the party of four
who were stationed as sentinels before the
Arssnals. Two of thesetentinels were negroes,
one was Coppie and the other was thought to
Baslett.
Major Ball's testimony agrees as to tha
number of sentinels, but cannot identify Hai
lett as one of the party, although he was
twice escorted home by the man supposed by
State witness to be the prisoner several
witnesses deposed to haying passed Shenan-doah-streot,
but did not see tbe prisoner. Tha
defense was ably conducted by Messrs. Botts
Green. The Grand Jury earns in to-day
1th bills of indictment against Owen Brawn.
Francis J. Meriam and Jeremiah Anderson.
obargtng them with oonspiring with slaves to
create an Insurrection. , , . ,
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Washington Correspondence.
Nsw Yoix, February 8. Tbe Washington
correspondent of the ibil says no business will
be transacted in th House this week beyond
th election of a printer, which will take place
en Thursday. The Speaker will then announce
committees and th Hons will adjourn over
until Monday, when th work will begin in
earnest. A Mat majority oi tne memoera in
cline to hard work and a short session. Con
gress will adjourn by the first or middle of
June, notwithstanding the vast amount of
business to be done. Through April and May,
when Congress is not in session evening ses
sions will be held, and as muoh business done
! J - f i - i 1 1 1 . . J 1 ! J
io tuiriy aays as lauiuaiiy iraunuwu ui iuiu
winter in three months. -Th
Republican caucus this afternoon nom
inated John D. Defrees, cf Indianapolis, for
House Printer, his majority being one over
Mitchell, cf the St Louis iVeics. This seleo
Uon is said to be independent of any business
combination with him. It is probable that a
dally paper will be immediately established at
Wasniogton under nia control.
The Republicans have appointed as a Con
gressional Exeoutive Committee on the part of
Ii. - it l r - - ft - j ."11.-! . i
luo eluiido, AiLBonrD. vutuuo, vuniruinu, pui-
ding, Waahburne of III., Alley, Stratton and
lUlllnger.
The Interior Department will shortly tend
preliminary instructions to the various Mar
shals for taking the next census. The sotted
ule will soon follow.
It is arranged that the death of Senator
Broderiok will be announced In th Senate by
Mr. iiaun. and in the liouse bv Mr. Duron.
A report prevails that the Commissioner of
tne Land uiiiue (Smith) has tendored nia re
signatlon for the present.
Minister Faulkner hat. in accordance with
the views announced is President Bnchanan's
annual message, been Ihstrnoted to propose to
the Frenoh Government the removal of Its
discriminating duties both on tannage ani on
artioles, the gross produot or manufacture of
one country when arriving in vessels belong
ing to tbe other, which restrictions seriously
afl'eot American commeroe. The object is to
obtain such nrlnoinles of reclDrocitv as the
government has secured witn other nations,
t ranee being the only exception.
The Speaker ha completed the list of
Standing Committees, but may make changes
before tbey are announced to morrow. Mew
York will be represented on the Committee on
Commeroe by John Cochrane. This gentle
man will at an early dav bring forward a bill
heretofore reported and advocated by him, to
fortify the various revenue and collection laws
with suoh modifications as will remove the
objections formerly urged against it.
Air. Howard was called home to-day by a
death in his family.
Air. tiwin announced to-day in tbe debate
that he would advooato to transfer tbe entire
mail service to California by overland.
Texas Against Disunion.
Richmond, Va , February 8. Tbe Whiu
has received a letter from a member of the
Texas (legislature that a resolution against
lending a commissioner to a Southern con
ference will pass by a large majority.
HOME INTEREST.
At A, A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewi irjr, Mos. 841 and 271 Wostern-row.
Daguerrean Gallery, south-west tor
aer of Sixth and Western-row, over Haunaford'e
drug-store. Pictures taken and ' nt In good oases
for twenty een ts. Warranted to please;
JlS No. 11 West Fourth-street is the placo
to get Drake's Patent Coal-oil Lame, the best in Ibe
city all the newest stylei-at low prices. Beet qual
ity Oil, !W cents per gallon. Bo. 11, opposite tbe
Penny Prces Office.
MARRIED.
TUXWOBTH-DISEUKNS.-On tlin Tth In.tmiK
by Rev. O. T. Flandera, Andrew J. Tilxworth and
Ianbella, third daughter of F. Diierooe, all of this
oity.
WILSON THOMPSON. Pebrnhrv 1. hi Bv. I.
8. Burnet, at the Gibson Home, Unrey Wilson and
Mina Ann Thompion, botb of Kentucky.
BOWBLL-TjlMONDIl.-lh Newoort. Kentucky.
on Wednesday morning, February 1, by Elder 8. 0.
Ferrin, Mr. Charles 1'. iltmell, of JUnyetille. K v to
Hits Lou. Lemonde, aldose dmigtitor of Mr, Thomas
Leniuude, of Newport.
DIED.
ROWUKAMP YeatsrdHT mornlns. at nVloi k.
William SI., infant son ef F. II. and K. Jtoweknmn.
aged Ave months and twenty-one days.
'clock r. 4I.,at
U's lanerai will taae piece ton oay, Feb. 9, at I
law mm BDU. 7. M 1
oodward-atrest, to which
the friendi of the family are reapectfnllr Invited,
without further notice,
ipeciinuy inviiei
(Oharge Times.)
VICTOR Of tvnhnld favor, at B o'clock .putxriUv
o'clock reit
morning, nenry n. yicu
moDlhs and fourteen days
Victor, aged lour years,
two
Tho funeral will take nlacAlroiu iherpitdflnce of
Mr. John Edward., on Ufclimoud-Mtreet. earanth
door below Harriet, at IX o'clock to-day.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
fj9:-M A 8 O W I C ANCIENT AND
ACCEPTED TtlTE.-8tated Meet-
iutz of fJinnr.i;,H t.nnnic. this (Ti.nr.. mJn
day) EVKNJ NO, February 9. Tliie being the A
Slated Meeting m the month "Adar,'T the ' w y
eieuuuu oi o nice re ior ine entiling year win take
place, and a number of candidate! will be invested
with the grade.. J jqum A. CONN, Kec'y.
Y. M. M. LIBRARY ASSOCI
ATION. committee MRETINnThn
Committee appointed at toe meeting on Saturday
'"ft1,"?, !?"' 'J.1 meet at the Merchants' Bichange
P THDBSDAT KVKN1NO NEXT, yth lnitat7A
clock. A punctual attendance U roqueeted.
foib JOHN W. HABTWELL, Chairman.
AgS PI RITUALISM, OR THE
IPS?, NEW BELIQION. Mist EMMA HAB
11 AUK, through whom the "Spirits" gays such
grand and truthful ntternmea on Sunday laet. wlii
again speak on TH0B8DAT EVKHINO NEXT,
February 9, at 7H o'clock, in the National Hall, en
Vine-etreet. between fifth and Sixth. fo7c
gg9CHILI!LAIN9 AND FKOST-
ED FKBT.-Pnlmer's Vegetable Cosmetic
Lutionis the novor-failing remody for these great
annoyances. It not only effect a complete cure,
?lleu 5?,?n thorough application, but ft decroaeea
"nuiiity to a return or ine aame difficulty,
ior
OLOi PALMER, Agent,
No. 16 Went rourth-stri
de2
street.
ACCUMULATES.
tWeiJ CmnMNATi, Deo. 17.I809.-Mr. 8. Palmer
Dear air: tome Are years since I received a severe
rLnTT Sn mf left arm, near the elbow, since which
have been greatly annoyed by a cntanroua disease
the same. After nsiug various remedies without
success, 1 was induced to try your Vegetable Cos
metlo liotlon, and am happy In Informing yon that
taeuseof half a bottle has leftmy arm as smooth
and free from disease as Its mats.
Gratefully yonrs,
JOllN W. PANEN1IOWEB.
v , ... No. 146 West Thlrd-stret.
For sale by dmigiats everywhere. Be sure to get
Palmer's Vegetable Coemetio Lotion, and accent of
ni,hinl ei'e- , BOLON PALMHlt, Agent.
deM No. SS West Fourth-street. Clnotnnatl. p!
KENNEDY'S MEDIC AT. rIS
pent physicians, and bv the most careful druggist
throughout the United fitatee, to be the most .ffeoYnil
-puriaer ever known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and eftected more permanent cure., than
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Baft Bheum, Erysipelas, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottle, and
systom restored to full strength and vigor, full
explicit directions for theoureof ulcerated .ore
AjKBK8IBIH Oa.anig&ai
w v .b i is acknowledged by the most em.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WHERE SHALL I DINE ?
00 TO
TODD'S
NEW RESTAURANT!
No. 3l Walnut-atreet, n
few door, above Klxlh, and get a good dinner for
sent, all tueet cetera, (of the heitiinctna.rf
It. . .Mt
H ARE CHANCE. The advertiser, doing a
good businets a, gold and silver plater, bolng
compelled to return JKsaton bnslns..Vill ii hi2
recipes and apparatus on easy terms. All the io
Th!'.Cli'.n. ui"$ wl", U B'veu of obirge.
nil II a NLrA r horn's fnr .r-si . -
Callwon. Address fllNKU A CO .. ZSaSSkit
lfei)aw
NEW MAPLE MOLA8SE3.-.A pore arti
ole of new MapU atolaates Just received at - -
D
r,i
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
DELANO &G0SSAGE
"West Fourth-st.
aaSBBBNBMS j, s
CONTINUATION
CLOSINC-OUT SALES
-IN-
Rich and Desirable :
DRESS GOODS!
Broche Silks,
Flounced Silk Robes,
Flald ills. !
At 6X, 75, MX and SI.
Wool Delaines !
At 30 and 37 X eents.
AMERICAN DELAINES
. At 19, 13 and SO cents.
ENGLISH PLAID VALENCIAS
At 13, worth 33 cents.
PLAIN FRENCH MERIN0ES,-
la Rleb Colors, nt 60 eents.
Wool Plaids
At 23 and 37Xe worth 30e.
SPLENDID DRESS SUES!
At Hednced Frlee.
Ladles' BKli Velvet ana Cloth
CLOAKS!
At Unusual Buranins. .
Ladies' Gents' and Children's Ho
siery and Underwear.
SHAWLS! SHAWLS!
llflPERIAL BERX1N
. AND
PLAID WOOL SHAWLS,
At 9, worth $i, and $0, worth $S.
DELAND & COSSACE,
74 WEST FOUKTU-aiKEET
l'o6awj
FHESH
fefigSHAD l
Tbe fresh Shed Seaton has commenced at
MALTBY'S
OYSTER DEPOT,
No. 11 Wct Fillh-ilrcct.
KeceiVfd dally tiy the A damn gsprein. IWaw
Fancy Articles.
y 0RK-B0XE3 j IV0KY TABLETS j
Jewel Caskets ;
jeweiry jiiutea , rein waicn sianna ;
Bohemia Toilet Bottles;
Bohemia Jewel Boxes;
Tooth and Nail Brushes ;
Combs and Hair Brushes ;
Flesh and Cloth Brushes ;
UAru'cases ;
Pocket-books ;
renrl and ltory Forte'
monnaies i
Berlin Wire Porte-tnonnaies. Ac
For sale by ALEKBT BOSS, Druggist,
feT H. W. cor. BlglitMt. and Westorn-row,
Cigars.
WINE IMPORTED HAVANA CIGAKS,
of tbe choicest brands, tor sale by
AliBBUT BOSS, Druggist,
. W. nor. Etahtb-er. and Western-tow.
feT
Moss.
BRLa- IRISH MOSS, JUST RE-
w liiiiviiu ana torsaio by
fe7
nuaui Atvnti. A I Utrsjlisti
0, W. cor. Eightfa-Bt. anil Western-row.
Cincinnati Fuel Co,,
COAL YARD AND OFFICE,
NO. 103 EAST, THIRD-STREET.
yOUGHIOGHENY,
WINIFREDE,
Cannel Coals,.,
Delivered at tbe lowest market rates.
W Orders solicited and promptly executed,
fcbfiaro W. M. HUBBKLL, Secretary,
THE GLADIATOR
GAS-BCBMIMQ, 8M0KB-00N8DMIKO '
FOUR SIZES.
WWarranted to give satisfaction..
MANUFACTURED AND FOB SALS' BY
CAMPBELL, ELLISON & CO.
Nos. 10 and 31 East Second-street, '
JalZtf CmoiMKATI. OHIO.
DISSOLUTION.
trTIHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between BO WEBS A BABKER Is this
.T,au??.lver. bt. mutual consent. W. T. BOW Kits
will settle all claims and eolleot all debt, doe the
nrm.
OwoimtATi, January 20. I860. feSc
HOUSE-MOVING
1XAVING BEEN E K GAGED 10R
M.M. many years in raising houses, girders, floors
t??r $la-wjH supplied wiOi too s of all
Sd.'teiLnH 'If "lehTOrk.lfeol assured that I
can give satisfaction to any one who may favor me
wirb a call, at the corner of Hopkins and Cutter.
fe7ln WM. t. OOTTLK.
LAND WANTED.
WISH TO PURCHASE ABOUT TEN
L aero., eithor with or without a house and barn
pnii,TAD1ilr'iMl,y0t9''t,,"n fu" Particulars, 8.
PHILLIPS, car. Penny Pres. OIBce, or Mo. 257
western-row. fe7tf
INjTrIVB.I'R0M CR0SS BLACK
hrt. WftZ'Ja' P'1 direct from London. 88
J...Pil.M:!nd ??.conipriilng the following
awortment: B ixed Gerklns, Pickles, Chow-chow,
&"L'.rtow?' y.J Walnuts, Ao.j 'Harvey Hauc"
Beei. Potted MeatsPotted He ir Iu7. to. tor saS
whofeaaU anil ratal I !. a mi nnitu. A Z Y-r. "7
fey K, and Branch Store, SIS West fourth-at
OE3T PENNSYLVANIA BUCKWHEAT
SL YLOUB and Corn ileal at OOLTEB'S,
3 No.. SIS aid S Mikln-itrMt.
BUTTER, EGGS AND LARD AT ' ,
, , OOLT.B'8,
fe3 yJoa.SH and Ml Main-street.
CHOICE MAPLE MOLASSES AND BEST
brand. Sirups, COLTEB'B, '
feS Tfis.8Ham 881 Main-street.
ANY ARTICLE IN
THE GROCERY
Cm.TKR'R
Line can be bad at
fe3
Nos. .119 and 821 Main-street ;
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
.fODNDBV. B. ALLIMIH, BnporlnUndent.
rrlntina llateriala oJall kinds, iw Vins-streetij
IF
If
I
Of
an
for
to
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
DODGE'S PATENT
GRATES AND STOVES!
' February and March. .
T1HESE TWO MONTHS GIVE US THE
. worst winter weather wa have in this climate.
It would be well for those who hare not got th
Patent to order it nt once, as no investment san be
made that will pay so well in economy and comfort.
For the proof of this fact, inquire of any of the
many thonsaedswhn are now using it In this city.
Orders left at the EAGLE STOVE STOKE. No. IT
. West Flfih-ttreet, or sent through mail, will receive
prompt attention. j. u. man,
fenb Proprietor of Dodge's Patent,
REMOVAL.
JANUARY 25, I860.
BRADLEY-& WEBB
Have this day removed to their MEW 8TOBS,
185 3MCilrL-st.,
Where, with grsntly-lncreased facilities, they will
continue the
STATIONERY,
JOB PRINTING.
BIDDING and
Blank Book Manufacturing Business.
J2tf-2dp
CHEAP TABIES
157 Overcoats :
75 Cass. Business Coats;
64 Cloth Frock Coats;
100 pairs Fancy Cass. Pants ;
33 Cassunere Vests;
75 Silk Vests.
SJVThii ahnva will h nM .1 .t .!..
Winter Sloes. r
T. W. SPRAQUE Ic CO.,
Ja35cw 8. B. corner Fourth and Vine-its.
REMOVAL.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN
the store lately occupied by Henry Falls,
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
And will keep always on hand one of tho largest
ntwso nuu tut) nun patterns oi
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,
Ja37amf . , Adjoining Pllcn's Opors-honse.
GROVER & BAKER'S
New and Improved
S50
SHUTTLE OR
LOCK STITCH
IjI
LI I
The best and only Machines in the market suitable
for all kinds of manufacturing purpose, at the
LOW PRICE
OF $50.
GROVER &
BAKER,
SEWING MACHINE CO,,
58 West Fourth-street.
Da26tfJ
Tin-ware, Spouting, &c.
A. C. PAEBY,
HO. M YIKK-STBKKT, HAB FEOHT, '
" CINCINNATI, -
KEErS ON HAND AND MANUFAC
TOBKS to order all varieties ef Tin and Sheet
Iron Ware. Public Lanterns, and other articles In
bis line. Manufactures to order all varlellwof Me
tallic Rootling, Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron.
Lantern Glme always on hand.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
A few Stovee on hand to dispose of cheap for cash.
Btore-plpe furnished and put up at short notice.
Uaaotfl
n.mivro'va.Xj.
HAVE REMOVED MY SEAL EN-
OBAVlNOand Lisht Machine Works to tha lata.
and elegant building
No. 64 West Fourth-street,
Between Walnut find Vine, Thlre) Flour.
TOU WANT A BKAL PBXSS i
' '' IV TOC WANT A 8KWINQ MACHINE
von wane any kind of llclitMACHINlcrtYtna.tanr
repairea, utvai jib a. ua
111.
ja23tf
V. IVAHS. Jn.
W. M. F. HEWSON,
Auctioneer, and Stock and Bill Broker,
No. 3S Thlrd-st., Basement of Masonic Balding.
Stocks and Bond, bought and sold on commission.
Mercantile PAnarand i.nana naffotlatA.1.
Note., Dividend, and Interest Uoupons oollected. ,
i. is; ! AUCTION SALES ;
Stacks, Bondj.lReal Istate, Ac, on any day re
quired. aw The patronage of the puhlio la respeotfully so
licited, jalftcro
BOYS' SCHOOL.
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL REOPEN
hi. school, at 304 Seventh-street, on MON
DAY next, February 6, and continue till the end of
June. There will be taught tbe usual branches of
Kngliih Education, the various branches of the
Mathamatlca. tha T,atin. Greek and Krnnnh T.an.
guagea. Term, for tbe Kngllshjf 20; or$4 per month;
the other branches, 30, or 10 per month. Pupils
charged from the date of entry.
teaow- liKUIturj CLIYB.
qllk aonnM no snes s.iioojk
arfaitti
... niJS-tntnniofl pni (aoj-tuwieAt
"03 as nanvH 'm ja
"aiaiioff pas aenranjr eiqnjoj o 'aiipr
qiirJnt)ioa sjojowj jnojr antqoenr tnng siea
udj jepun pus ioi&a qtooj (rpio. iso) 'Haufwr
kovi DNOHI8 ni da iad 'sazis n V
811113 PQii pnv naoo
Samoa pn Srnpnijo snvtio,!
VICTORIA WINE BISCUIT-A very fins
Blscnlt for lea, Ac, at m IIRODSON'S,
les , vomer mm ana v ine-streeta.
COAL OIL AT NINETY CENTS Tba
best In the anarket, i All kind, of lamna .ItaraH
burn Coal Oil at . , VKBGUBOH'S,
lea .. ,. jjomerxiininaoa vins-streeU,
' TlmeecopyJ
BB3T BRANDS FAMILY FLOUR, War-
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