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i D t W. FBAHC1800. JOHB D. OALDWILL.
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The Children of Foreign-Born Citizens.
It it a souros of Intense- interest to native
Americana to observe the young Americana
ohililren of parente born abroad, who are at
tending our numeroue schools. Perhaps there
is no city in the Slatei where ao many of than
pupils ars to ba seen aa in Cincinnati. lb
various eommon aohoola over tba Rhine are
orowded with them. In one of the Wards,
orer one thousand children of Germans ar
fitting themselves in the public ichoola for
duty in the varioui fields of labor, whloh hap
pily, free inatitutiona fornlah to every oapa
ble and lnduitrioua youth. By a wise policy
of the Sohool Board, German-English depart
ments aeeure for German children instruction
in both branches. By this meani children do
cot emerge at once from companionship with
the elder of the family who itlll oling to their
foreign tongue, but by speaking in the lan
gnaga of the parent and -also of the Americana,
keep the relation enjoyable. So rapidly do
children affeot the English that they would
emit to apeak to their aged relatives in the
German if the German-English department
was not maintained.
It appears at first view to be un-American
to be keeping up ten or fifteen aohoola in the
city which initruct pupils in German, but It
has the approval of the moat judicious. A
reileotive Influence for good is exerted upon
tho parent whose child continues to apeak in
the language of Its elders, who would other
wise take the pupil from English sohool and
cause it to be brought up in an exolusire Ger
man school. .
Here, then, in our city are mixed races,
fathers and mothers of the various States of
Europe, upbuilding a composite architecture
of home and foreign traits of oharaoter. In
most eases we have reason to believe that these
children at once become indoctrinated with
wholesome national sentiments. We have
great confidence that the benign influence of
our common schools will harmonize conflicting
peculiarities, and that we will have a manly
Americanized growthjfrom ohildren of foreign
Large numbers of ohildren of Americans
learn the German in the German-English
schools, and the fraternity is complete.
Freedom of Lands to Actual Settlers.
This is the text of numerous petitions now
accumulating on the desk of the Speaker of
the House, asking the enactment of laws giv
ing freedom, under proper restriction, to actual
settlers of Government lands.
Giro the actual settler, we say, a homestead
ou the prairies and woodlands of the West,
and an opportunity to the unemployed to get
a iray from cities.
Who knows but that great cities and pow
erful states will spring up about such settle
ments, even with more miraculous celerity
than distinguished our own city or Chicago.
' On the 6th of September, 1788, an advertise
meat appeared in the Kentucky Qatette, pub
lished ia Lexington, Kentucky, signed by
Mathias Donman, Robert Patterson, and John
l":!aon, announcing themselves proprietors
a tract of land opposite the mouth of Licking
Ki7r, on tho northwest Bide of the Ohio,
which they had determined to lay off a town,
tbo in-lots to be each half an acre, the out
luta four acres; thirty of each to be given
settlers upon paying one dollar and a-half for
the aurvoy and deed of each lot; lota to
given, whon the town ia laid off, to auch
may become residents before the next April.
These historic memories come up to the
mind of tho atudent in contemplating the
prospect of opening free homes to actual set
tlers, who will repair to the frontiers, and
whose exertions cities may rise on other West
bra rivers to emulite the Queen of the West
Land for the landless is not the cry of the iu
dolent, of the agrarian, but of enterpris
ing and worthy men willing to work and reap
the rewards of industry. Mr. Cochrane,
N. 7., is pressing this law in Congress.
A Working Congress.
With their officers ohosen, and committees
appointed, a chance is offered to Congressmen
to devote themselves to maturing plans for
the complicated Interest of a vast
country. We of the West, of the interior por
tion of the country, ask only fair play to
appreciated that our members be esteemed
to come from healthy constituencies. Let
then give and take in the cast and shaping
measures for the publis good. Let u have
the patronage of Government more liberally
distributed. Let islt water have considera
tion for fresh water lakes and rivers. Let
interior commerce be placed on a footing
fair consideration. In fine, let members
Congress from the West properly represent
West. Let us have less bad politics and
bettor home policy.
Our Neighbor Canada.
Commerce obliterates boundaries.
railroad connection with this rapidly-improving
territory belonging to the English Govern
ment, is bringing the people of the States
the Provinces so near as to strangely identify
us in manners and customs, a in boainess
and social relations. A year er two
Ohioans were likely to pass into Canada
on oursory pleasure tours, but now time
distance era well nigh annihilated, and
of freight and passengers, like shuttles,
weaving a web of union. It wa the senti
ment of Washington that Canada should
annexed t the United State. He believed
that the Union would not be displeasing to
body of the people. Whatever general
may hereafter distinguish the mutual
of tbt two people, it must attract
how rapidly the railroad connection
bringing ua Into a business neighborhood.
The Franking Privilege.
The United States Senate has passed
Postoffice Defioieney Bill, allowing interest
- contractor en furnishing receipt in fall of
claims for damages. An amendment prevailed
abolishing the franking privilege after
' 10th of April.
Hon. John A. Gurley.
gOneof the representative from Hamilton
County, Hon. John A. Gurley, has been
Chairman of the Committee on
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The President's Meaaage was read in
V. B. House of Representative yesterday.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
XXXVIth CONGRESS-1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, February. 9.
SENATE The Senate rust at oue o'olook.
Mr. Lane presented a petition in favor of
the Homestead Bill. , ,, . .
Mr. Sumner introduced a resolution instruct
ing the Committee on Commerce to inquire
into the expediency of further IrglBlatiou for
the prevention of violence and crime on board
our merchant marine.
Mr. Thompson presented a petitloa in favor
of the freedom of publio lands.
Mr. Fitch'a resolution to print 15,000 extra
copies of the agricultural portion of the Patent
Offioe Report was taken up and adopted.
A resolution offered by Mr. FiCspetrick to
print 10,000 oxtra copies of tho Roport of the
Pateut Office on arts and manufaoturea oeoa
aioned a debate, aad was voted down. -
Mr. Davie moved to re-consider. Carried.
Mr. Davla offered an amendment to print
J.000 extra ooplea.
Mr. Wllaon offered an amendment that a
aufficient number be printed to furnish one
oopy to each patentee.
Mr. Simmons moved to refer the matter to
the Committee on Patents. After a sharp dis
cussion between Senators Clay and Simmons
the motion was lost.
The subject was debated at length by
Messrs. Hamlin, Collamer, Davla, Fitch and
others. .. .
The amendment to furnish one copy to each
patentee was agreed to.
Mr. Davis's amendment was adopted, and
the resolution was also adopted yea 84, nays
The Postoffice Deficiency Bill wa taken up
and reported to the Senate.
Mr. Green opposed the amendment that six
per cant Interest should be received by the
contractors in full for all claims for damages,
and that the contraotora only should receive
the Interest. Six per cent, he said, was not
sufficient to pay the damages sustained by the
failure of the Government to pay its debts.
Injustice was also done to the assignee by ex
cluding him from receiving, because many
had bought certificates with the understand
ing that they should get the Interest It waa
too small a business for the Senate to engage
'"'Mr. Hunter said the contractors could de
aline to receive the interest and file a claim
for damages. N
Mr. Maiiorv moved to strike out the. line
"giving to the contraotora." A long debate
Mr. Hann hoped the government would not
violate its engagement with the contractors.
The eonduot of the 6enatora would be remem
bered in the Presidential eleotlon.
Mr. Pagh said that six per cent, was the
regular interest on debts and the correct mess-
ure of damages, ae am not uow tu mugu
ers in the matter. The Postmaster-General
had a right to issue certificates.
The amendment was rejected yeas, 17;
UP T Of XI Mm
The proviso that the interest be payable
only to contractors themselves, and be in full
of all claims for damages and be receipted for
accordingly, waa adopted yeas, 36; nays, 13.
All the amendments made yesterday in the
Committee were agreed to. .
An amendment was offered by Mr. Toombs,
totally abolishing the franking privilege.
Mr. Clirgmen moved to fix the tiae for the
Iftth of Annl.
Mr. Toombs accepted the amendment,
whereupon the amendment was agreed to;
yea 36, nays 13.
The bill then passed, and the Senate ad
journed till Monday.
HOUSE. Mr. Sherman moved that the
House proceed to the election of a printer, and
il.mandad the nrevious Question.
Mr. Burnett demanded that there be a oall
at tha Hnnnfl. which wai screed to.
On motion of Mr. Hoard it was resolved
that the Committee on Public Expenditures
should inquire into the expenses for the print
ing nfthn House, and report at an early day.
juoh modifications of the rates paid as public
justice and duo regard to ngia economy in
the expenditures require, and that they have
power to examine witnesses and report at any
The House refused to second the demand
for the previous question by a vote of 74
Mr. Stanton wished to pass over tho eleo
tlon for a printer for the present. The
House should first reduce the prices of print
ing, and prevent the patronage from being
used as a corruption fund. lie wanted to
prevent the work from being farmed out, and
telect a man prepared to do the work.
Mr. Colfax spiritedly replied, defending his
former veto for Mr. Det'rees, he having voted
for Follett until there was no prospect that
tho latter could be elooted.
The question was then postponed till next
The Committees were announced, and are
as follows: '
Ways and Mean Sherman, Davia, of Md.,
Phelps, Stevens, Wasbburne, of Me., Wilson,
Morrill, Crawford and Spanldiog.
Commerce Washburn, of 111., Wade, John
Cochrane, Elliott, Smith, of N. C., Morehead,
Lamar, Nixon and Clemens.
Military Affairs Stanton, Curtis, Benham,
Butlinton, Olln, McRae, Pendleton, Long
necker and Boteler.
Naval Affaire Morae, Boeock, Pottle, Wins
low, Wilson, Curry, Sedgewiok, Harris, of Ind.,
Territories Grow, Perry, Smith, of La.,
Gooah, Waldron, Clark, of Mo., Case, Vallan
digham and Ashley.
Judleiary Hiokman, Bingham, Houston,
Taylor, Nelson, Kellogg, of 111., Reynolds,
Robinson, of R. I., and Porter,
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Elections unmer, iwe, iiup, jbuu,
Mareton, Stevenson, Oartrell, Hatton and
Claims Tappan, Hoard, McOernand, Ely,
Moore of Ala., Walton, Maynard, Hale and
Publio Lands Tbayer, Lovejoy, Cobb,
Covode, Davis of Ind., Trimble, Vandever,
Wlndom and Barrett.
Pcstoffioes and Post-road Colfax, 'Woodruff,
English, Adama of Ky., Alley, Davis
Miss., Craig of Mo., Helmick and Lee.
TJletrlet of Columbia Carter. Kilirore, Bur
nett, Sloe, Garnett, Conkling, Pryor, Edger
ton and Anderson of Kv.
Revolutionary Claims Brlggs, Ferry,
Vance, Jackson, uueu, uejarnetie, jiounan
PubUo Expenditures Haskman, Palmer,
Edmundaon, Killinger, Somes, Hindtoan,
Wood, Clopton and Fouke.
Private Land Claims Washbnrne of Wis
Clark B. Cochrane. Avery. Kenyon,
Hawkins, Hamilton, Anderson of Missouri,
Rnnllrav and Blair.
Manufacture Adams of Maisaohusetts,
Scran ton, McQueen, Leake, Moore of
tnnkr. Frenoh. Dunn, Bices and McKean.
Agriculture Bntterfleld, Carey, Whiteley
Stewart ef Pennsylvania, Wright, Bristow,
Aldriob, Burch and drow.
Indian Affairs Briees, Burroughs,
son. Famsworth, Clark of New York,
f uiuh of Mlehisan. Edwards and Aldrioh
Militia Tompkins, Irvine, jenains,
tnr. Rnffin. Wells. Palmer and Simms.
Varelra Affairs Corwin. Burlin eame, Barks
dale, Morris of Penn., Branch, fioyoe,
Mile and Humphrey.
Revolutionary Pension Potter, Vernee,
Craig of N. C, Adrian, Junkln, Reagan
n.Miitt. Delano and Leach of N.C.
' TnnUrl Pensions Fenton. Fosters, Sickles,
Florence, Stokes, Kellogg of Mich.,
Brabwn and Martin of Ohio.
HmA and Canals Mallory, Morris of
Dnnn, Singleton, Burroughs, Gurley,
gomery, Bust and Terry.
Patents Mellward, Stewart, of Md.,Burn
ham. TTihlank and Frank.
Public Balldlcirs and Grounds
Beale, Keltt, McPherson and Peyton.
Unfinished Business Logan, Jones,
J RihhlU anil Foster.
Account Spinner, Kankei, Blake,
Mileate Aahmore, Van Wyck,
Hardeman, jr.,' and Robinson, of III.
Engraving Adraln, Covade and Maolay.
Expenditures lu the State Department Mo-
Eean, Stout, Barr, Love and Dawes.
Expenditures on tneireaaury isepanru.nt
Loomia, Quarlea, Welle, Thomae and Wade.
Ernnnditurea on the War Department-
Stewart of Penn., Lwrabee, Torapkina, Cooper
Ein.n.liturea on the Navv Department
Hatton, Underwood, Blair, Hughe, and Sh.r-
Exnendltures on the Poatotnce Department
Plm. Martin of Va.. Moore of Ky.. Land-
rum and Stanton.
Expenditures on the Publle Buildings way.
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ton. Nnall. Walton. Harris of Va..aadNlaon
- Joint Cnmraitttee on the Library Pettit,
Adama of Mufa., and Pugh.
Joint Committee on muting uoriey, uss-
kin and Dimmick.
Joint Couimitteo on Enrolled Bills David
son and Theaker.
The President's annual message was tnen
On motion of Mr. Sherman it was referred
to the Committee of the Whole on the state of
the Union and ordered to ba printed.
The question or printing tne usual extra
number of copies was referred to the Com
mittee on Printing.
Mr. Farusworth was, at his own request,
excused from serving on the Committee on
Mr. Reagan was excused from serving on
the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions, as
on it he could be of no earthly service to hi
constituents. The interests of Texas have
been disregarded in the matter of aailgnlng
her Representatives to places on committees.
Mr. Hamilton, the colleague or wr. iteagan,
was also excused from serving on the Commit
tee of Private Land Claims for similar reasons.
Mr. Hughes asked, but failed, leave to intro
ltia a hill to establish an additional executive
department, to be called the Agricultural De
Mr. Stevenson presented the memorial of
Mr. James Chriatman, contesting the seat of
Mr. Anderson, of Ky.
Mr. Hughes presented a memorial or ri m.
G. Harrison, contesting the seat of Mr. Davis,
ofMd. . .
Both memorials were referred to tne com
mittee on Elections. The House then ad
Among tne notices oi inienuon 10 lnirouuov
bills are the following:
By Mr. Stevens, of Washington Territory
For the defense of Puget'a Sound and the en
trance to Columbia River.
SvMr. Bingham For nullifying all legisla
tion in New Mexico, legalising or establishing
By Mr. Fenton For the settlement of the
claims of officers of the Revolutionary Army,
and granting pensions to the soldiers of
B v Mr. Otero To provide a temporary gov
ernment for Arizona, and to create the offioe
of Surveyor General.
By Mr. Grow To permit the Government to
sue in the courts of the United States.
Bv Mr. Helmick To reduce the compensa
tion of members of Congress to$8 par day,
and to regulate the mileage.
By Mr. Reynolds. or tne improvement oi
the navigation of tho Hudson River at and
near Albany; also, for the erection of a poat
olEoe, ouatom-honse and court buildings at
John Cochrane presented a petition of Ben
jamin Price and 1,000 others, for the freedom
oi tne publio lanas to actual semen, iiis is
but the beginning of a flood of petitions of a
similar charaoter. He also presented a pe
tition of the Chamber of Commerce of New
lork, for the tabulation of the annual sales
and the capital employed in, and the annual
earnings of the commerce of the United States,
to be inoluded in the census of 1860. He also
gave notice of his intention to introduce a bill
to simplify and arrange the Revenue laws.
Washmotoh, February 9. The friends of
the French Spoliation Bill are determined to
press its passage at the earliest practicable
period. The Seoretarv ef War caused an
order to be issued to-day to Messrs. Foultnev
Sc Trumble, of Baltimore, for a large numoer
of Smith's patent breech loading carbines, in
accordance witu cans oi numerous ouioers oi
Tbo friends of Mr. Defrees say that the re
marks of Mr. Stanton in the Home to-day
will not in the least damage his prospects for
eleotlon as Printer.
A movement has already been made for a
bankrupt law, but there la no promise of suc
cess. The House would have adjourned till Mon
day, had it not been for their desire to act on
the Senate's amendments on the PoBtuffice
LiivMWosTH, February . The first Ex
press to California will leave Leavenworth on
tio 4tn ol April, and win run over tne present
mail route to Salt Lake, thence by Captain
Simpson's road direct to Sacramento City.
The projectors are confident of reaoblng Sacra
mento ia eight days, and before the 1st of
June, by which time the line will be thor
oughly organized, they expect to deliver die
patches at the terminus of the telegraph line
in Carson Valley in aiz days from Leaven
worth, which will bring San Francisco within
a week's communication of New York. To
perform the trip in eight daya the proprietors
estimate that they will have to accomplish
maximum speed of eight miles an hour, whioh
they are determined to effect, and are purchas
ing three hundred choice horses In addition to
the stock already on tne route.
Trial of Hazlett.
CiiiitSTowir, February 9.' The testimony
for the defense in the case of Hazlett was
elosed to-day. The Court adjourned till 10
o'olook to-morrow to give the counsel time
prepare bis argument. No doubts are enter
tained aa to the conviction of the prisoner, aa
the testimony given this morning wa unfa
vorable to the defense.
From New Orleans.
Ksw Oslkans, February 8 The Board
Management of the University of the south
met to-day. Five Bishops were present. The
oharter granted by the Tennessee Legislature
waa accepted, ana a committee appointed
Uortoohist. February 8. The Moble
Bank Bill and the Bailroad Subscription At
tachment Bin nave passed tns senate slightly
amended. The House will concur. There
much rejololng over these events.
Baltimom. February . In the House
Delegates to-day resolutions were adopted
condemning the course of Hon. Henry Winter
Davis in voting tor air. rennington
Maryland Legislature. Fire at Pana. Ill.
Chicioo. February 9. The Beekwith
House, and live adjoining buildings, ia Pane,
lit., were destroyed by fire to-day. Loss
$12,000; insurance not known.
Non-arrival of the Canada.
Halifax, February 98 P.M. The steamer
Canada, from Liverpool on the 28th,
Qaeenetown on the 29th nit, has sot yet
O I t.v
was driving upon Lake Geerge, near Hague,
N. T.i when suddenly the horse and sleigh
went through a eraok in the loe. Mr.
succeeded in saving his wife and. one ohild,
the other two wars drowned.. ,, h
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Valos op a Aim. Last week, In the
frame Court at Loeknort. If. T.. a vandlot
" a" -B
.! VellprtaH. In favor nf Mr. Jeu H.
M f ,.
ren, forthe lose of an arm, owing to n
ueni on tae ivwu.
CataSTaorHB. Recently, Albert
his wife and three small shildren,
Finos Six Psmomi Honsiair woundid
T lie Iuriatiifc Maobim. A Dr. Davidson,
a day or twqsiooe, prepareu .--
which he flllW with, gunpowuer ana
abot. and had a slow-match attaohed with the
end ignited. With this infernal maehine, in
0 .. a. I V aKmllraiS I UFA
a oovered basket en nis arm, u
the house orfstore of John Duncan, in uawee'
vine, ay., fun me uenoorai., """'"-"
muring Wm "
iu viii.w, - i
geiuer whu prti jr.
eation, and'all were wnony uueutm ,. u
if Davidson. While the
basket, with its hidden missiles of destruotiou,
... jt mi hi arm. It exploded with terrifio
force, -Mattering death and destruction around.
Davuton had an arm broken, shoulder dislo
cated and hie aide terribly burnt. John Dun
oan 'received four buck-ekot In hie head and
neoH, and Sterrett and two othere wore very
aevrely wounded, and the building wa
EtTBSOROIKAEY PlBTOL CH4M.RNQI "OH
Cirritu TaAVis. A card appear In the Mem
phis. Tenn., papers, from Oaptaln Travis, chal
lenging any one for $500 to $1,000, to shoot
with him on these tersas t With pistols, thirty
shots a side, at ten paces distance; the target
to be shot at to be a oopper oent; my opponent
to ahoot at deliberate aim, with the aid of one
hand only string measurement, from center
to center. I ask that my opponent shall give
ma fire hit eenta ont of thirty shots; or, in
other words, I will shoot twenty-five shoU
against his thirty. I shall require him to
shoot his shots by daylight; I will shoot my
shots in any dark night he may seleot, or in a
dark room devoid of light. . t
Pinksylvahia Militia. The Adjutant-General
report that the whole number of
effective militia of the State I three hundred
and fifty thousand, cf which seventeen thou
sand five hundred are uniformed and organ
ised into volunteer companies.
pM" A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
itm Irr, Ho. Ml and ffl Weatem-row.
pgr Daguerrean Gallery, south-west oor
uer of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford'a
drux-store. Pictures taken and ut In food ease
for twenty oeo te. Warranted to fleaaet
IBIDAL ART) PEILOfUA Pais!.
OPIBA AMD BBIBAL FANS :
Pearl Stick, white Silk, Plain;
Pearl Stick, white Bilk, Silvered;
Pearl Stick, white Silk, Embroidered;
Pearl Stick, Parehment, Fainted!
iTorx Stick Broad Van, white, red, blue and pink
Ivory Btick Silvered, Spangled, Embroidered
Ivory Btlek, elegantly Painted Silk ;
Sandal-wood Stick, broad Silk, all
Hair Pina, blue and Gold, Coral and Gold;
Head-dresses, bins and Gold, Coral and Gold;
Card Cases, carved and plain Pearl, Shell.
Porte-monnales, with chain, Leather, Silver, Velvet;
Btereoscopea and Views;
Steel Bracelets and Brooches;
Steel Buckles and BUdes;
Coral Necklaces and Tiea.
Just received, a line of elegant Elastics:
With Bows, Boaettea, and in Embroidery;
White, blue, pink and crimson Bilk;
Drab, lavender, green and atraw-colored Bilk;
Eilk, Velvet, Kid, Buckskin and Thread.
Is a lady's dreea "an fait" without beautiful Gar
ten? JOHN D. FABE,
Northeast corner Fourth and Walnut-streets,
WOODB-aOOD.-Tbursday morning, 8th Inst.,
tb r.tlno of tfa bitri1 father, lj Rer. Mr. W.
Hitcbell, Mr. W. O. Wonda aud taunio, urahMof
Jpt. John Good, allot this citr.
KNAQ09.-On Mop day night, 6, -erios,
wiiof BobertT. Knimija, of consumption, af
ter a long and piluful illness, aged 30 years, a native
OI DUDlin, inianu,
CUbbUH. in tun city, on vreauwuav, oiu inn.,
at a P. M., of long fever, Ada Maun i;uliuni,aged
yiare and nine months, only ebild George W. aad
The funeral will take place on Friday, 10th intt.,
Miaanoe oi ubdi. j. a. j razier.
The filends of the family will
at 3 P.M., from the retidenoe of C
Nn im Jnhn-tn,at. The filandao
please attend without farther notice.
BINGEE. At the Walnut-street House, February
7, 11 1st iUitry aiuger, in toe neu rear oi uer age.
'CHILBLAINS AND PROST.
. VKKT.-Palmar'i Ventable Gosmetio
Loliunla the nnver-falllng remedy lor these great
annojuncee. It not only necii a complete cure.
the liability to a return of the same difficulty.
sale by druggists geui rany,
tOLoN PALMER, Agent,
No. M West Fourth-street.
Cincinnati. Dee. 17. 1HW. Mr. 8. Palmer
r!ir! bum fire vears slnoA 1 received a eerere
Itiimv on bit left arm. near the elbow, since which
1 have been greatly annoyrd by a eutancons dlacaae
on the eame. After using various remedies without
success, I wae Induced to try your vegetable wa
luetic Lotion, aud am happy In informing yon
the nse of half a bottle has left any arm aa smooth
and iree rrom aiinase as its mate.
JOHN W. DANfiNUOWSB.
No. 146 West Thlrd-itreet.
Tor aale bv dnidarists everywhere. Be sure to
Palmer's Vegetable Uoemetio Lotion, and accept
nothing else. SOLON PALMBll, Agent.
uezv no. eo wee iqurtU'lMWlt, viiwiumu, v.
M.KENNED1'S MEDICAL DI8
sent pbyalclana. and by the moat careful druggists
throughout the U oiled States, to be the most effectual
blood-purlner ever known, and to have relieved
suffering, and effected more permanent cures,
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
SaltBheum, Krysipelaa, Bcald-head, ecaly eruptions
I of whatsoever nature, are cured bv a few bottles,
the avetem restored to full strength and visor,
and explicit directions for the cure of ulcerated
legs, anu outer corrupt ana running ulcere, ii given
the eamnhlet with each bottle. For lale bv JOHN
PABK. SULRH, EUKHTKIV A 00., and OSOBOS
M. DIXON. Pricell. aepl-ay
The New French Quadrille,
.TE PRINCE IMPERIALS," anew
JLi drtl recently introduced In Paris, and
the academies In Mew Tork. This new Quadrille
will.be danced by Mr. and Mrs. Shank's pupils
nrday afternoon ntt. felOa
JM. SCUDDEB, M. D.. Professor of
ory and Practice of Medicine in the Eolectic
Medical Institute, giree special attention to
treatment of UHBOMIO i)ISKA8KH.
Vlne-streei, near Fourth.
lt r. at.
Office hours 10 A. M.
So- 1 19 ARE CHANCE. The advertiser, doing
of I rood bnsineee as sold and sllvor plater,
i reci pi ua apparatus on eas
War I etructlon reauired will ba s
un. I This is a rare chance for a man of small
acol- uu kiitm binis o.,mttaln-atreet.
i . iieww-j
No. 851 Walnut-street,
A few doors above Sixth, and get a good dinner
US eenta, all the et ce teres (of the nest) included.
Try It, ' Je9tf
The Freeh Bhad Season has commenced at
TVT A T.T TX "V
XT-L JLJL XJ - X. XJ 1
No, 11 We.t FilYh-itreet.
Beeelved dally by the Adams Express.
DELANO & GQSSAGE.
Rich and Desirable
Flounced Silk Robes,
At 62X, IS, WH and $1.
"Wool Delaines I
At 30 and 31 X eenls. '
At 13, IS and 30 cent.
ENGLISH PLAID VALENCIAS!
At 15, worth 33 cente.
PLAIN FRENCH MERIN0E3,
la Itleh Colors, at 60 cent.
At 25 and 3TXc, worth SOc.
SPLENDID DRESS SUES!
At Uednced Price.
Ladles' Slch Velvet and Cloth
At Unusual Barsjaln.
Ladies' Gents' and Children's
siery and Underwear.
PLAID WOOL SHAWLS,
, At $2) worth 8i and $0, worth $8.
DELAND & COSSACE,
74 WEST FOURTU-STKElSTi
Cincinnati, Richmond & Indianapolis,
Cincinnati & Chicago.
fi WE AT THROUGH BOUT15 XV XUB
UT N0KTHWB8T FOB
INDIAN APOLI8, TftHgg?
BT. LOTJI8, l'A TBJTB.
gSlEsBDBQ. yT-T QUINOT.
TAdAilvtbronh trains leave Slxth-street Depot
at a A. m, ana iiv 1. 1.
Through to Indianapolis Without
Change of Car.
Direct Connection Sladt hy Both Traint,
i.vu-i -.A alih rini-lnnaM and Oh lea to Ball'
") J.. . .ii all nolnte an the Bellefon-
taine Railroad Line: Koknnio. Losriiniiport, Peru
and all points on the Wabash valley roaa.
St. Louis and Illinois Oentnl MlrotJ. I
At iiaiayetta ior iuiii, uw i..i -field,
eplss,Qulncy, and Hannibal and 8t. Joseph
"blesgo for Bacine. Kenneha, Mllwaukle, ta
cro, St. Paul, Prairie du hien, Bock Island and
pfi.. e.iA d if Train make! dtroot connection at
lojaiisrort, with L gaospert, Peoria & Bur ng
ton Bailn ad. for Oilman, El Paso. Peoria. Burling
ton, Qulucy, Oalesburg, Galena and Dunleitn, mak
ing the dlstauce
25 Miles Shorter
Than by any other Route,
100 miles Shorter
THAN VIA CHICAGO!
Fare as low and Time aa Quick at by
.any other Route.
Thlalseicluslvely a Wee tern and North-westers
Boute. having ee favorable arrangemels with con
necting Boads as any other Boots, raasleg tnrougn
a bighly-oaltivatod country, with numerous towns
and villages, It offers to patrons more peasant ac
commodation for safety, comtort and Interest tban
anv other Boute tor tne aoove-naiueu puinw.
For Through Tickets or any further information
be anre and apply at
TICKET OFFICE?: .
169 Walcnt-street, between Fourth and Fifth-streets,
near Olbion House;
Nortb-esat corner Front and Broadway;
West aide Vine-street, between Burnet House and
Cincinnati, 'Hamilton and Dayfen Depot, Fifth and
Blxth-streeU. D. M. MO 11 BO W, ,
vr IT rot PUT a N. Puienser A sent.
Omnibuses will call for pusengora by leaving their
names at enner oi tne ncei uincee.
felO W. H. SMITH, Agent,
at I .
TaX7'0RK-BOXES ; IVORY TABLETS ;
w Jewelry Boxea ;
Pearl and Ivory Porte.
Pearl Watcb stands :
Bohemia Toilet Bottles i
Bohemia Jewel Boies i
Tooth and Nail Brushee :
Combs and Hair Brnahes;
Flesh and Cloth Brushes ;
iSerilu ff UV rurw-mwuiwiw. nv, ,
For sale by ALBBBT BOBS, Druggist,
p. We COr Milglltnit. nu TTJBt,ururuws
INK IMPORTED HAVANA CIGARS,
cf the choicest brancs, ror saie Dy
feT 8. W. cor. Blghth-et. and Weetern-tow,
A BRL9. IRISH MOSS, JUBT as
JVr UB1VED and for sale by
AiiOam nuno, vroggu.i
f7 B. W. cor. Kighlh-st. and Weetern-row.
Cincinnati Fuel Co.,
COAL IABD AND OFFICE,
NO. 103 BAST THIRD-STREET.
Ja- sv aw i-.
Cannel Coals, J
Delivered at the lowest market rates.
SW Orders solicited and iromptly executed. ',
febSam W. M. HTJBBtLl., Secretary.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between BOWEBB A BABKKB Is this
day dissolveoT by mutual consent. W. T. BOWKB8
will settle all claims and collect all debts due the
(JiwcIwmTt, January K, 18H0. ' feSc
HAVING BEEN K1TGAQED FOR
many rears In raising houses, girders, floors
aua roots, ana oeiDgweii euopuea wita too sot ai
kinds reauired for such work, 1 feel assnred that
can give satisfaction to any one who may favor me
with a call, at the corner of Hopkins and Uutter.
fs7am WM. f. OOXILB.
THE PENNY PRESS
FOB I860 1-
THI OHIAFE8T, -THB
BEST PAPJEB IN TAB OITT.
BK8T PAPEB IN THB OITT.
BEST PAPBB IN THI CITT.
MOW IS THB TIMW
NOW IS THB TIMS
ROW 18 THK TIM Hi
TO BKND IN TOOB NAMIS,
TO SENT IH TOUB KAMK8.
TO 8KND IN TOUB NAMES,
BIX CENTS A WXKK
BIX OENT8 A VftVS.
BIX CENTS A WJKK
WILL PAT IOB THB PBI8S.
WILL FAT FOB THK PBES8.
WILL PAT FOB THH PBE8S.
14 WbST FOUBTH-STBKK'f.
14 WIST FOOBTH-STBEET,
14 WEST 1 0UBTH-8TBEET.
GRATES AND STOVES!
February and March.
THESE TWO MONTHS GIVE US THE
worst winter weather we have in this climate.
It would be well for those who have not got the
Patent to order It at once, aa no Investment ean be
made tbat will pay so well in economy and oomfort.
For the roof of this fact, inquire of any of the
many thousands who are now tiling H In thlnoity.
Orders left at the BAOLH BTOVHi STORE, Mo. IT
West Fifth-street, or sunt through mall, will receive
prompt attention. , J. B. "TAN,
feb Proprietor of Dodge'a Patent.
JANUAEY 25, 1860.
BRADLEY & WEBB
Have this day removed to their NEW 8TOBB,
Where, with greatly-increased facilities, they will
Blank Book Mannfactnriog Business.
75 Cass. Business Coats;
64 Cloth Frock Coats;
.00 pairs Taney Cass. Pants;
33 Cassimere Vests;
75 Silk Vests.
as-The above will be aold at cost srloea to close
Winter Stock. .
T. W. SPRAQUE It CO.,
Ja25cw B. K. corner fourth and Vine-ala.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN
the store lately occupied by Henry yells,
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
And will keep always on hand one of the largest
local ana toe latest patterns oi
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,
jaTTamf Adjoining Plke'a Opera-honae.
I WISH TO PURCHASE ABOUT TEH
acrea, either with or without a home and barn
Addroes by note, stating full particulars, B.
re 'reuuf irreee voice, or
VICTORIA WINE BISCUIT A very flue
Biscuit for tea, Ac, at FERQUSON'B,
fe8 Corner Sflnth and Vlne-etreeU.
OAL OIL AT NINETY CENTS The
ttHt fn tha market. AH klnrla of UmiM Alferavtt
to barn uoi uu t FJfiBdUHOK'H
Oorner Ninth and Vine-atreeta,
BEST BRANDS FAMILY FLOUR, War
, ranted, at OOLTIB'B.
fe Hoe. Sl en tt Maln-etreet.
BEST PENNSYLVANIA BUOK WHEAT
riOVU and Corn Heal at OOLTIB'B,
fe3 Moa. SIS and Ml Main-street.
""BUTTER. EOGS AND LARD AT
MM . ' . COLTIR'8.
Woe. SIS anil 121 Ualn-etmt.
AT1HOI0B maple molasses and best
V brands Sirups,
Soe.SKand Ul Maia-atraet.
' A NY ARTICLE
A Line can be had at
Boa, tit and 1 Maln .treet
NEW MAPLE MOLASSES. A para art!
ele of new Maple tlolassee Just reofred at
feS OorUet Mlath aud Vlne-atreets,