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HATCKDAY.
mFKBRCA&Y 11
The Coming Twenty-Second.
Washington's Farewell Address should be
read t a meeting o( the people in every town
Id every State of oar Union e the spproaoh
ing anniversary of the birthday of the Tether
of Hil Country the great and good Washing
ton. A popular feeling if indicated in fayor
of Its universal obiervanoe. The agreement
of the people would readily be given, but In
order to have the holiday observed by all business-houses,
Banki should be closed. This
ean not be done on that day, became it hai
not been declared to be a holiday by the Gen
eral Assembly, or by proclamation of the
Governor.
In view of the late visit of the Legislatures
of Southern States to Ohio, and of the Union
feeling prevalent, we hope Governor Denni
son will, of his own motion, if he has the
power, ask the good people of the State to ob
serve the 22d inst as a special thanksgiving
day or will ask the General Assembly to au
thorise him to issue suoha proclamation.
When the authorities set apart a day for gen
eral obsenranoe, the bankers ean close their
offices, endnotes due that day mature the
preceding day. The anniversary is a memor
able one in the affections of the people, and
we would be glad if all the States would de
vote it new to such an obiervanoe that fra
ternal feelings may be manifested without re
gard to politics. Give us a ohanoe to show the
spontaneous heartfelt American feelings of the
people of all partios in all Stales. let Ohio
open the ball.
Happy Day—The Fourteenth.
St Valentine's Say Is near by, and those
who mated on that day, lang syne, have vivid
memories. The season is a joyful one for the
youth of both sexes, and tradition has muoh to
do with the custom prevailing, of dispatching
billets on that day. The winter is past, the
skies open bright, and the'gay-hearted and
hopeful have much to say in sonnet and
proae, on the gay-colored and fanolly-plctured
messages prepared for the day. It were well
if no abuse is made of this light-artillery
warfare of lovers. Waggery, drollery, and
downright fun are proper, but we protest
against villainous vulgarity. '
Good Gifts.
Children have Saturday for recreation and
Sunday for rest and reflection. They can
commence their school exercise on Monday
morning profitably, if they will to-morrow
make it a rule to determine to give the follow
ing good gifts: To their enemy, forgiveness; to
their opponent, tolerance; to a friend, their
heart; to associates, a good example; to a
father, deference; to mother, conduct that will
make her proud of them; to their selves, re
spect; to all men, charity,
Burton is Dead.
The name and fame of William E. Barton,
the actor, scholar and wit, are now of historv;
he is no more of earth. His genial pen was
variously engaged as editor in England and
in this country. As a comedian he stood at
the head of his profession in America. We
nave spaoe now out to mass mis announce
ment, and to awaken memories of the genial
author and delineator of characters of wit and
humor.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, February 10.
HOUSE Mr. Reagan was appointed a mem
ber of the Committee on Indian Affairs, In place
of Mr. Farnsworth, excused.
Mr. Thomas was appointed a member of
the Committee on Revolutionary Pensions, in
place of Mr. Beagan, excused.
Mr. Eindman was appointed to the Com
mittee on Private Land Claims, in place of Mr.
Hamilton, exoueed.
Mr. Morse offered a resolution, which lies
over, oalllng en the President to eommunioate
copies of all communications which have been
received from the British Government and
other offioers upon the subject of the Afrioan
slave trade since February, 1858, and copies
of all the correspondence between the British
and the United States Governments on the
subject of the slave trade.
On motion of Mr. Morse the Committee oa
Commerce were directed to inquire into the
expediency of prohibiting by law all Amer
ican vessels engaged In the coolie trade, or for
transporting apprentices to the West Indies or
other parts of the world.
The Speaker laid before the House a copy
of the State Constitution recently adopted at
Wyandotte, as preliminary to the adoption of
Kansas into the Union.
Mr. Morse introduced a resolution, that the
Standing Committees who were authorised to
employ olerks at the last session of Congress,
be now authorised to do with the addition of
the Committees on Accounts and Territories.
The resolution was resisted on the Demo
entio side.
Mr. Houston moved to table the resolution.
Negatived.
Mr. Burnet said they eould be of no use
except as private secretaries to the Chairman.
Mr. Maynard said the committees were
there to be provided for. Complaints were
made that clerks were appointed when there
was nothing to do.
The Democrats continued to oppose the mo
tion by dilatory motions. Without disposing
of it the House resolved itself into a Commit
tee of the Whole on the state of the Union,
Mr. wasnoourn, or iu., in tne en air.
Mr. Sherman offered a series of resolutions
referring the various branches of the Presl
dent's Message to appropriate standing com
' mittees, and the Pacific Railroad question to
select committee of eighteen.
Mr. Ferry proeeeded to reply to what he
characterized as unfounded ana unprecedented
assaults en the Republican party, and spoke
at some length.
Mr. Began explained his views, denying
the local authority either on the part of Con
gress or the people of a Territory, to deprive
a man of his slave property therein. When,
however, the people of a Territory eome
form a constitution, they may, by the exer
eise of a revolutionary right, destroy slavery,
out in no ewer way.
The oommlttee rose. '
A memorial from Mr. Blair, of Ho., con-
U- T . .1 - L . ...
rererred to tne Committee on Elections. Ad
jonrned.
Bank Failure and Defalcation.
Psovidssos, R. I., February 10. It was
announced here this morning that the Rhode
Island Exchange Bask, at East Greenwich,
had failed, and that the Cashier was defaulter
4o the amount of $71,000. - The capital
$00,000, and the circulation $88,000. He
also a defaulter to the Savings Bank, at the
sauae place, of which ha is Treasurer, to the
amount of $30,000. He has lost money
stock speculations. The assets of the Bank
are ample) for the redemption of its circula
tion, and the holders of bill eight not
Three Days Later from Europe.
ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA.
Hiurix, February 10. The steamer Can
ada, which left Liverpool at ten o'olock on the
morning of the 28th ult., arrived here at one
o'olock this P. M. The steamer Mm wis to
leave for New York shortly after.
(treat Britain. In the House of Lords, on
the 26th, Lord Brougham gave notioe that he
would, on an early day, move for some returns
relative to slavery, and would bring the whole
question before the House. He would also
move for the returns for the ootton Imported
into England from America. He made his
motion on the following evening.
The Duke of Newcastle, In response, said
tha Mtnrns should be produced, and the Gov
ernment would do all in its power to suppress
the slave trade. . . .
The Morauis of Normandy asked tne uov-
ernment whether they had received any in
formation of negotiations said to be progress
ing between Franee and Sardinia for the an
nexation of Savoy to France.
The Earl of Granville said the government
had no information of the kind . and the French
Government had not been made acquainted
with their operations as to such arrangement.
On the 27th Mr. Griffith oalled attention to
a rumor that 30,000 French troops were ex
Mted at Leehorn. and inquired whether then
was any reason to suppose that the object of
suoh a moqement was 10 prevent toe
tion of Central Italy to Sardinia.
Lord John Russell said there was no truth
in the statement, ad he had no reason what
ever to believe that the Frenoh Government con
templated any suoh steps with the view imputed
to it in tne question, lie aiso ataien, m repiy
to a question by Mr. Monckler Milnes, that
in compliance with the address of the House
on the cruelties, practiced on board Amerloan
ships, be had oommunieatea witn tne Ameri
can Government, and power bad been given
bv it to Mr. Dallas to enter into negotiation to
put an end to the atrocities so disgraceful to
humanity. Cheers.
A convention was being drawn up with this
object in view.
The Attorney Gsnerai gave notice of a bill
for the consolidation and amendment of the
bankruptcy laws.
The remains of Captain Harrison were re
moved from Southampton on the 26th, amid
every demonstration or. respect, a no doub
were tolled, minute guns fired, and shops
elosed. , . .
The commercial treaty between England
and France attracted much attention. Some
of its provisions had been published.
Later advices had been received rom Aus
tralia. There was a panio at Melbourne numerous
failures had occurred.
[Latest via Queenstown.]
Lisbon, January 26. The Cortes has been
opened. The Kings speech mentions the
friendly relations of Portngal with all nations.
Mideid, January 27. There is nothing
new from the seat of war.
Paris, January 29. The Univertt publishes
a letter of the Pope to the Arohbishop and the
Bishops, setting forth the motives of his refusal
te accept the advice of the Emperor to give up
the Romagna.
Commercial Intelligence.
LirsiPOOL. Sales of ootton for the week
83,000 bales; 16,000 on speculation and 115,
000 on export. Cotton active, market closed
active with an improvement on the fair and
middle qualities of l-16d., particularly In
uplands. Sales on Friday 10,000 bales, of
which 3,000 to speculators and exporters;
closed firm.
The following are the authorized quotations:
Fair Orleans 1; Middling Orleans 6 5-16;
Fair Mobile PA; Middling Mobile 6; Fair
Uplands 7; Middling Uplands 6)4. Stock In
port 642,000 bales, of which 446,000 were
American. Advices from Manchester favor
able; goods and yarns were selling at full
prices.
Breadstuffs Biohardaon, Snenoe 4 Co. re
port Flour dull, with a declining tendency;
sales 23I.M243. 6d. W boat dull wan down
ward tendency at previous quotations. Corn
steady, and rather mors inquiry at 30s. 6d. to
32s.
Provisions R. S. A Co.. and Bieland k Co.
report Beef steady; holders offer freely bnt slow;
no disposition to press sales. Pork qulot bnt
steady. Lard 57s. to 58s. 6d.
Baring's circular reports ijreaasium quiet,
but steady. Coffee quiet. Iron steady.
Money wss in good demand, at uncnangeu
rates. Consols closed on Friday at
for both money and account. The bul
lion in the Bank of England had decreased
335,000. Baring's circular reports business
American securities limited, at previous
prices. . United States sixes, bonds of 1868,
98; Massachusetts fives, 102; Pennsylvania
fives, 78; bonds of 1878, 0797H. Railroad
bonds were heavy. Messre. Bell A Co. report
the market quiet and slightly cheapen
The London Times, of Friday, reports sales
of Illinois Central free lands, in I860, at 88
VA, do. 7's 70; New York Usntral sinking
fund at 81, Erie T's 2d mortgages, 80, do.
3d mortgages, 68J4,
[Latest Markets by Telegraph to Queenstown.]
Livibfool, Jaenary 29
ootton, yesterday, 12,000 bales, inolndlng 8,000
speculation ana export, jnarxet closed nrm,
and previous advanos was fully maintained at
Friday's rates.
Provisions quiet, witn unimportant transac
tions.
From South America.
a
to
Nsw Yoix. February 10. The steamer At
lantic arrived at noon with California advioes
of January 20, and nearly a million and a half
hi treasure.
Advices from the Isthmus state that the
frigate Saranac had arrived at Panama from
Belsjo.
Advices from Bogota state that the Catholic
clergy had eolleoted all the bibles distributed
by the London Bible Society and burnt them
in the public square. The British Minister
strongly protested against the proceedings,
but mr. Jones, tne American minuter was
present, countenancing the outrage. A full
statement of the affair has been sent to Wash
ington. Advioes irom Valparaiso to January i, ana
Culao 12, are received. Another destructive
fire had occurred at Valparaiso, destroying
fifty houses, mostly owned by Hermans.
Advioes from Boenos Ay res are to January
12. Some indignation was manifested there
In consequence of the attack by the British
sauadron upon a vessel when leaving: the har
bor with General Lopes on board. The
steamer backed her engines, and subsequently
got ashote. General Lopes returned to Buenos
Ayres.
.betters irom Bolivia state mat great uisoon
tent was expressed against President Linares.
Revolutions bad broken out at various
points, but were put down.
iiinares was at lipase witn tnree divisions
of his army, together with General Cottello
and General Urbino, of Ecuador.
Dr. Ureta Is said to have been banished by
Iiinares.
' Guayaquil was still In possession of the Pe
ruvians, and, it wasjsupposed there, intended
to noid it permanently.
Counterfeiters Arrested.
.1
Noxth Viairoir. Inn., February 10. Oliver
Hall, aliai Robinson, was - arrested here last
evening:, having; in his possession $117
counterfeit money, consisting of fives on the
Bank of Commerce, at Nashville, tens and
fives on the Bank ofLoulslana, and twos
the Meobsnlos' Bank, at Newburyport, Hiss,
A man named Banders was arrested this after
noon, supposed to be an accomplice of Hall,
Fire at Buffalo.
is
is
In
to
Bomu, February 10. A fire last nlgbt
Tonawando destroyed tne large eiavator ana
three warehouses adjoining, Belonging to
Uieveiaod vompsny, ana ui aumi.u uki,
a large and elegant building. - The fine dock
upon which the elevators was bailt
!-. Wnt to tha water's edge. Loss
known, but is considerable, upon whloh there
w bat mue insurance. ,
From California.
Nsw Totx, February 10. We have, per
steamer Atlantis, dates from San Francisco to
the 20th ult. The steamers John L. Stephens
and Cortes sailed on the 20 th with Ave
hundred and twenty passengers, three hundred
and twenty of whom were on the Stephens.
There was $1,506,025 on the Stephens and
$6,000 on the Cortes.
A fair trade for the season has been doing
thus far this week. Communication with the
Interior Is almost out off by the hard state of
the roads, which retards business materially.
The money market Is quiet. Receipts of
gold from the country fair, and no difficulty
in obtaining loans on good collateral. '
But little had been done la legislation since
the Senate election. A resolution Instructing
Senators In Congress to eppeee the division of
the State, for the purpose of erecting; six
Southern Counties into a Territory, has been
introduced into the Legislature, and will
probably pass, a test vote having so indicated.
Several propositions have been introduced
for opening and improving wsgon roads, and
. - - - n.Mt' ; - i . j : i-
xor protecting vaiuurnia-uoHBu euiuugrauta.
An attempt to authorise the raising of a
volunteer company to suppress the Indian
hostilities in Mendocino County has failsd,
and Governor Downey has referred the sub
ject to Gen. Clark, of the U. 8. Army. -
ane expense 01 capturing tne ritt raver In
dians by Gen. Kibbee was upward of $7,000,
for which the Legislature proposes Issuing
war bonds and asking Congress to redeem
them.
The State Constitutional Committee of the
Anti-Leoompton and Leoompton Democrats,
met at Sacramento City on the 18th and 19th,
and an ineffectual effort was made to unite
the two wings into one regular Demooratlo
Party, but it was impossible to agree upon a
test mutually satisfactory.
The Lccompton Demooratio btate conven
tion to select delegates to the Charleston Con
vention, is to be held at Sacramento on the
29th of February.
The Republican Central Committee meet at
San Francisco on the 21st Inst., to issne a call
for a State Convention to select delegates to
the Chicago Convention.
The excitement in Napaco concerning the
discovery of mines in Mount St. Helens con
tinues. About7,000 people were en the ground
at laet accounts, prospecting by day, camping
out by night, aad meeting with just enough
suocess to encourage further search. Some
specimens of silver ore have been obtained,
whloh assayed $75 to the tun.
An attempt to rob a stage in Calveras County
was made on the 16th, by a gang of highway
men. Fortunately the party in the stage were
prepared, and fired upon them, wounding two,
and put them to flight after some twenty or
thirty shots had been exchanged.
A preliminary survey had been made on the
railroad from Nevada eta Auburen, to oonneot
with the Sacramento Valley Railroad.
The Paoifio Steamship Company will soon
lay on a steamer to ply between San Francisco
and Mazatlan, touching at the other ports of
the western coast of Mexico.
It is rumored that undue quantities of gun
powder and fire-arms continue to be shipped
to Mexloo by Amerioans on every steamer
leaving, and that an unusual number of pas
sengers accompany suoh freights. Evidently
considerable support is given to the Liberal
party in Mexico by unorganised parties of
volunteers straggling down from California.
Storm at New York.
Nsw Tobk, February 10. Last night about
ten o'clock the wind, which had previously
been from the south-wost, and very pleasant
weather, shifted to the west and north-west,
accompanied by slight rain and snow, and
daring the night blew heavy from the latter
point. Since daylight it has increased to a
perfect hurricane, and has, up to' this hour,
ten A. M., done a great deal of damage among
the shipping on both rivers. The Hamilton
aveaue Ferry-boats were unable to get ont of
the slip on the Brooklyn side, owing to fierce
wind and strong flood-tide, and peeeengnrs
were obliged to go up to the Fulton Ferry, as
the bridges on the South Wall-street Ferries
were broken down. .
Among the disasters thus far are the ship
Golden West, laying at the foot of Montande-
street, has her stern badly stove, and is chafed
badly. Tne bark Princeton, laying; bead to
windward to Ford's Pier, parted her mooring
ohalns forward, and went stern on to the
Bulkhead, driving in her stern, through
whloh the interior of the vessel can be seen.
She is badly hurt, and lays very badly. All
tbe vessels to anonor in tne north Kiver have
been dragged.
The tbree-mastsd sonooner forest Queen
lays very close in on the Governor's Island.
Another schooner is below her on the Mud
Floats.
About half-past eight o'clock a fire broke
out in the Public Sohool on Degraw-street, be
tween Henry and uuinmbia-streets, .Brooklyn.
It was entirely destroyed in a very short time.
About 100 scholars were in at the time, who
were all got out safely, losing their coats, hats
and books.
The roofs of some of the new stores on the
Atlantio Book were blown off. ,
The new hotel ooeupied by Geo. Lossee and
the two injured buildings on Hamilton Avenue
had roofs blown off into the adjacent build,
ings. The old Hamilton-avenue market,
which stands much exposed, also had the roof
blown off, and it is thought the building itself
will tali snortiy.
The new bark Holland, Capt. Day, from
Curaooa for tbis port, with a oargo of salt and
wood consigned to Messrs. Ealff A Persuher,
went ashore on the Barngate on the night of
the 8th inst., it blowing tresn from tbe north
east with afog. The super cargo, Capt. Decker
and Capt. Fay divided the boats and crew and
put to sea in consequence 01 tne suri being so
high. Capt FVy fell In with the sohooner
Eagle, from Rockland hence for Delaware, who
was returning to this port for a harbor, who
took them on board and brought them to this
city.
Both bridges of the Jersey City ferry were
demolished. The schooner Middlesex sank at
her pier North River; also another sohooner.
Tne sonooner ueorge was wrecked at ber
pier. Tbe steamers JUendrioks, Hudson and
Isaac Newton, were sadly injured, and fifteen
or twenty other vessels were more or lest
damaged.
JNotbine- bas yet been neard 01 the bark
Holland and other boats. .
The Catholic Orphan Asylum, on Sixteenth-
street, was unroofed. Four hundred ehildren
were in the building none injured. A large
factory building on Dekalt-avenue, Brooklyn,
was demolished. Hundreds of other build
ings in tbis city, Jersey City, Brooklyn and
Hobolen, wote unroofed or otherwise badly
Injured.
a. vt peyster, president of an insurance uo.,
while walking down Broadway was thrown
down ny me torce ci tne wind, ana sustained
a severe fracture of the hip. The eohopl-
house, In Brooklyn, cost $25,000. and con
tained a library worth $1,500 all destroyed.
Tne storm nas now entirely subsided. . ,
Wm. E. Burton, comedian, died to-day. , .
Arrival of the Pike's Peak Express.
In
on
at
Luvsmwohtb, February 10 Tha Pike's
Peak Express, with dates of tbe 8i instant,
has'arrived, with $3,000 in sold. Great exalte-
ment prevailed in Denver City on account of
tne jumping or several oiatms witnin tbe oity
limits. Tbe jumpers commenced the ereotlon
of buildings whieh were destroyed in tbe
night time by a Committee of the Town Com
pany. The next day the jumpers retaliated
by nnng on h. a, uraarord, agent of tne fix-
Eress Company, who, however, escaped na
urt. Ther also atteninted to shoot R. E
Whlttslt, Secretary of the Town Company.
The streets were patrolled by oltiiens during
the night, fears being? entertained of an at
tempt to fire the city. It was feared tbe result
would yet be serious. . - .
The oltiiens of Auraria are taking measures
to rid tnomseives or offensive cnaraeters.
Hudson Bridge Injunction Care.
not
Hudsow, N. T., February 10, The motion
for a cerpstual injunction In the Hudson
Bridge ease was heard to day. The temporary
Injunction for ten days is continued after the
try of mi order ana notice thereof.
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HOME mTCREOT.
JJT Jf. A. Xyster, Clods, Watches an
em lrr.Nof.Ml and 171 Western-row.
Strrxuoa Picrosss. For a finely-executed
Picture, go to Ball A Thoms,en roarth
street, near Baca. They are nnequaled,
p&T Daguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hanaarbrd't
drug -store. Plotnres taken and ut In food
tor tweatr coots. Warranted to pleesei -
Ix 6rrL The elegant Hats and
OSps at Blbbert A Bro.'s, No. UO West Fifth-street,
are meeting with a great ran among onrcltliene.
Drop In and parch tee one, and you will find them
as represented. " ' ' "
, -
" 9 Fi PaoroQsurBS. Dewey k Co., at
No. 113 West Fifth-street, ere still taking superior
Photographs, put up In gilt frames, for one dolltr.
They make fine parlor ornaments, and Our eltlseae
should by all means give them a eel!.' t
Tas " ISTSBJtTioKii,," Remember
that " Phil." and ' Lew." are sever behind in cater
ing for the public, either la an epicurean point of
view or in amusement. Their billiard saloon la
nightly crowded and their lunches are first-cuus.
Drop in. ' . . , .-
jUfcT A Mill Pabsh ros what hi is Wobth.
If a man knows that he can do anything that be
can do it better than any one else he has a pledge
of the acknowledgment of that hot by ell persona.
The world is full of Judgment days, and the nnlrei
sal accord for superiority In the style and out 0
beau'lful Clothing la awarded to Bpragne A Co., on
fourth-street, opposite the Poetoffice. 1 ..
At Odios or Peivskhys is Wobth
a Pouxn or Com Talcibu Bacips (Out it Out.)
To prevent women and children from losing their
llree by burning fluid, do as others do-ge to Drake
A Oov's, Mo. 11 West fourth-street, between Walnnt
and Main, and have one of Drake's Patent Coal-oil
Burners pat on your fluid lamp, at a trifling oost,
Pancy Lamps, Chandeliers, Brackets, Hide Lamps,
Shades, Brashes, Wicks, Ao., always on hand. Also
the beet duality No. 1 pore Goal Oil at SO cents per
gallon. ' . , ' :
pS'BuDih in Philopika Pkisikts.
. OPIBA AND BBIDAL TANS:
Pearl Btlck, white Bilk. Plain;
Pearl Btlck, white Silk, Bilvered;'
Pearl Stick, white Silk, Embroidered;
Pearl Stick, Parohment, Painted!
Ivory Stick Broad Fan, white, red, bine and pink
Billet . t
Irory Stick Silvered, Spangled, Embroidered
Silk;
Ivory Btltk, elegantly Painted Bilk ;
, Sandal-wood Stick, broad Silk, all
colors.
Hair Pins, bine and Gold, Coral and Gold; '
' Head-dresses, bins and Sold, Ooral and Gold;
i Card Cases, carved and plain Pearl, Shell.
Porte-monnalee, with chain, Leather, Silver, Velvet;
Stereoscopes and Views; '
Steel Bracelets and Brooches;
Steel Bncklee and Slides;
Coral Necklaces and Ties.
DBKBS GABTIRS. '
Just received, a line of eletant Elastics:
With Bows, Bosettes, and in Embroidery; '. k
White, bine, pink and crimson Silk; '
Drab, lavender, green and straw-colored Bilk;
Silk, Velvet, Eld, Buckskin and Thread. .
Is a lady's dress "an fait" without beautiful Gar.
ten? . JOHN D. PABE,
Northeast corner fourth and Walnut-streets,
feiod J 1
MARRIED.
Ef AB J IOW GUILFORD At tbe Spencer House,
on Wednesday the 8th lust., by the Rev. S. D. Clay
ton, Mr. Ji'bo B. Harmloa to Bliss Bidelja GnlU'ord,
all of Harrison County, Ky.
NUTTKB HODGES At the Spencer Honee, n
Thursday, the 9ih iest., by the Bev. 8. D. (jlyton,
YouDger P. Natter, EBq., and Hiss Mary E. Hodges,
all f Scott County, Ky. , ..
flSUEB MORGAN On Thursday evening, fob
rnary , by the Bev. Dr. Bhepherdson, Mr. Mart. B.
Fisher, Clerk of steamer Emerald, to Miss S. Emma
Morgan, all of this city.
DIED.
PBICE-In Indianapolis. lnd February , 1860, at
the residence of btr son-in-law, John Berrjmau,
Mrs. Sarah Price, Vfidowof Olarkeon Price, formerly
of Montgomery, Ohio, in the 70th year of her age.
Her funeral will take place from tha reatdeueeof
hereon, H. B. Price, Madlaonvllle, Ohio, February
II, at three o'olock H. M. The friends of the family
are respecunuy mviiea waiiena,
ALLEN-Suddenly, at 7K o'clock this morning,
unanes w. Allen, in tne ma year 01 nisage.
Funeral will take place from bis residence. Mo.
827 Broadway, this morning, at 8 o'clock. His re
mains will be removed to Hillsborough for interment.
Friends of the family are invited to attend. , .
SPECIA17 NOTICES.
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I M. M. L.
, Lecture by
HENRY J. RAYMOND,
(OF THE NEW-TOBK TIMES,) V, .
- UPON- ;:
THE LATE WAR IV ITALY,"
Tuesday Evening, Peb'y 14,
AT SMITH A NIXON'S HALL.
Admission, 2S cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock ; Lec
ture to commence at 8 o'clock. ' fen
Y. M. M. LIBRARY A8SOCI-
ATION. Adjourned Meeting of Commit
tee to nceive and act upon resort of the Sub-committee,
TO-NIGHT, at 8 o'clock, at the Merchsnte'
Exchange. JOHN W. HABTWELL, Oh'n.
swyoREV. WM. TAYLOR, OF HAH
VtLf FBANOI800, will preach in Wesley
Obapel, on Fifth-street, between Sycamore and
Broadway, TO-MOEBOW (Sunday), at 11 A. M. and
7 P. M. The pnbllo are Invited, Beats free, fella
SPIRITUALISM. OR THE
hEW BELIGION. Mini BHMA HA Fl
an inlolred aneaker. will contlnu. har Inc..
tares on piiiiuanam, or me new Kenmon "at
the National Hall, VIne-atreet, between fifth and
Sixth, on SUNDAY, February 12, morning and even
log. Lectures to commence at U o'olock A. M. and
i7 " a. fella
TO BOSS PAINTERS. THE
Boflfl Palntere and Glutton nf tha Htv .
requested to meet THIS (Saturday) MOBNIMG, at
U o'olock at the Mechanics' and Manufacturers' Ex
change, Ho. 76 West Third-street, as buatness of Im
portaooe to tbe trade will be presented. A full at-
Hrnoanc. u raqueeuo.
leiia- . u. uumaiaua, nccretary.
THE SCANDINAVIAN REM
KDlEB.Lovlunivfi.LW. Ki.. Annul
1M3U. -0. W. lloback. SI. D.-Dear Sir Thl. b
certify that I have been selling your Scandinavian
til , mu. I ui , D,.((i -7 .i
UIWVU . 1.1. Ml. HIVVK . UlilHI 1U1 D tU.U . J O.T.
and take pleasure In eaylng that they give aa good it
iar.
nos oener sausiacuon man any patent medicine. 1
have on hand. In fact, I know not a single Instance
where tbey have not benefited tbe persons who have
need them. - . .
Ulvea under my hand, this August t, 18M.
J7S. BJSITri, P.M.
street, and by Drncglsts and Mtrchantt generally
throughout the Union. fella
sxSaCUILBLAIN! AND FROST.
ksW XD FBI.i-Palmer'sTegeUbleCosmetio
Lotion is the never-failing remedy tot these great
annoyances. , It not only effects a complete cure,
often by one thorough application, bnt It decreases
tne iiaDimr u a return oi ius same aimouity,
sale by druggists generally.
For
( - i,eui.ur( raiiHEii, a rent,
de29 ,
No. M West Fourth-street.
SM?7EVIOENCB ACCUMULATES.
AJ Orac'iattan, Dee. If, 186fl.-Mr. 8. Palmer
Dear dlr: fome five years since I received a severe
tninryon my len arm, near me einow, atnoe wdlcn
I have been sreatly annoyed byaeutanrous disease
on the same. After using various temeJIes without
sucoeu, 1 was Induced to try yonr Vegetable Ooa
nietio Lotion, and am happy In informing yon that
the use of ball a bottle baa left my arm aa smooth
and free from disease as Ita mate, , ' , m
, uratenuiy yours. i; t i
' . - . JOHN W. DANENDOvTIB.-'
' . , ' , No. 146 West Thlrd-street.
For sale by druggists everywhere. Be sure to get
Palmer's Vegetable Ooemetlo Lotion, and acoentof
nothing else. - bOLON PALMEK, Agent.
d No. W Weat Feartt-street, Cincinnati, O.
SW?-KEflirEDV'8 MEniCAIi D18
VSa OOVIBT la acknowledged by the mo. tern
nent phyaichins, and by the most careful dratgiats
throughout tbe United states, to be the most effectual
blood -purifier ever known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent ourea,thaa
any preparation known to the profession. Borofula,
Bait Rheum, Brrslpelaa, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, ere cured by a few bottles, and
the system restored to full strength and vigor. Full
logs, and other corrupt and running ulcers, is aivsn in
tbe pamphlet with each bottle. For sale by JOHN D,
i. v'-'i-a vunum-im ai usaJ .TfMi
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS at
. a. A. OO&TEB'S,
fell Nos. 1 and Ml Main-street.
CHOICE MOCHA, JAVA AND BIO
COFFEES at A. A. OOLTEB-B,
fell Kos. 319 and 81 Maln-etreet
CRUSHED, POWDERED, CLARIFIED
and Choice N.0.8ugar.A.tA ootTBE,g
f.H ' Wne. IIS and m Maln-etwt.
RAISINS, CURRANTS, CITRON, TIOS
and Prunes air? A. A. COLTEB'S,
fell
H OS. 3 1 V ana m aiiu-.treqv.
CJPICED SALMON AND SMOKED HAL-
o IBUT at ..
A. A. COLTEB'S.
fell
Nos. 81V an SSI italn-etreet. .
COUNTY-ROAD NO TIC E. Notice is
hereby liven that a petition will be Presented
to the Board of Oonnly Commlieionert of Hamilton
County, Ohio, at their Uaroh Boad Session, A. D.
I860, praying to lay ont and establish a County Boad
in Delhi Township, la said county, beginning at the
sonth-west corner of a oertaia half-acre lot situate
In section twelve (12) in said Delhi Township, be
longing to the Delhi Universalis Church: thence
northwardly across the west end of said lot, and
through the lands of Valentine Fehr and John B.
PurceTl, to the Warsaw and Bapld Bun Turnpike, In
the townshlpof Delhi aforesaid. .
felldwlaw A PITITIONEB.
CmONNATI MERCHANTS,
. , ADTXBTISl IN
THE WINCHESTER CHRONICLE
1 : -' FOB THE ' :.:'-'.'-J
KENTUCKY TRADE.
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ADDBBSS " i , . ; ,
JOHN A. WILLIAMS,
fellb t ' W1NQHE3TBB,: KT.
Choioo First-class Insurance
Incorporated 1819. Charter Perpetual
Cash Capital Enlarged Bait a Million
Dollars. I
,4 GENOT
ESTABLISHED IN" CINCIN
NATI In 1K2.4. anle-dailm all nreeent local
Insnrauce coinpaniea and aHeuclea In tue insuranoe
bnalnea. in thin oltr. Thirtv-flie year' constant
duly nere, enmninea wttn weaun, experience, emer-
Tlie and liberality, especially oommend tbe jEma
insurance uompany 10 me laxorauie patronage 01
IQ1S cunimuuiljr--tiauuiiJB euiiiarjr tuu .ivuv. tue
sole survivor and living pioneer of Cincinnati un
derwriters of 18.
The largeet lose aver sustained by any ieenrance
enmpinyat one Bra in Oblo was by the VEtna, at
uniinooiue, April, ipoz. bdu emuuuieu w biu,voi o,,
mostly pnid prior to thirtr days after the Are.
Loeees paid in Cincinnati during the pastitx years
0X-7-7JOJO 48. -Cash
Capital, - $1,500,000.
Absolute and unimpaired, with a net surplus of '
83M,14!i 37, V
And the prestige of forty-one years' sneeess and ex.
... perience. Investments of ,
Over $100,000 in Ohio Securities.
Fire and Inland Navismtlon. Bisks accepted
at terms consistent with eoivenoy and fair profits
Kipeclal attention given to Insuranoe of Dwellings
aDd Content, for terms of 1 to years. -
Application made to any dnly authorised Agam
iromptly attended to. By strict attention to a legit
mate Insurance baslneM, this Oompany Is enable
toollerboth Indemnity for the paet and security to'
the future. P Uciee issued without delay by ,
CARTER fc LINDSEY, A genu,
i No, 40 Maln-etreet and No 171 Tine-street.
J. J HOOKEB, Agent, Fulton, 17th Ward.
F. BTJII, Agent, Covington, Kr. ,
fellay O. P. BUCHANAN, Newport, Ky.
Cincinnati Fuel Co.,
COAL I ABB AND OFFICE,
NO. 103 EAST THIRD-pJTREET.
YOUGHIOGHENYs
WINIFBEDE,
Cannel Coals, rJyTi
Delivered at the lowest market rates.
SJer Orders solicited and promptly executed.
-febCam . .. W. M. HUBBELL, Secretary.
. The Trosh Shftd Bomob b&i commenced at
MALTBY'S
OYSTER DEPOT,
No. 11 Weit Fifth-Afreet.
Received daily by tha Adams Express - fe7aw
WHERE SHALL I DINE ?
'V. ' ' TKTO-: -, . ; -
TODD'S
NEW RESTAURANT !
No. 251 Walnut-street, , i ', ,
A few doors above Sixth, and get a good dinner for
25 cents, all the et ceteras (or the best) Inolnded.
Trylt ' - ,. . , , fe9tf
HOUSE-MOVINOe j
HAVING BEEN ENGAGED FOB
many years In raising houses, girders, floors
and roofa, and being well supplied with too s of all
kinds required for such work, I feel assured that 1
can gin satisfaction to any one who may favor me
witn a call, at tne corner of Jiopklnt and Cutter.
foTasa . ' , : WM. F. OOTTLK.
BOYS' SCHOOL.
THE ' SUBSCEIBER ' mil ' REOPEN
his school, at 364 Seventh-street, on MON
DAY next, February 6, and continue till the end ol
Jane. There will be taught the nsual branches ol
an English Education, the various branches of th
Uathematice, the Latin, Orotic end French Lan
Jfuages. Terms for tbe Kngllsn,920; or ft per month;
or the other branches, tJO, or to per month. - Pupiik
charged from tbe date of entry.
feJbwV i GEOBOl! CTjTVIS.
INVOICE FROM CROSS A BtACK
WELL. Juit received, dlrrct from London. 28
brla. Piokles xA Hauoes, comprieing tbe tallowing
aMurtmenf. Sllx.d Gerkine, Pickles, (Jhow obow,
(Jaullnower, Plcealllly, Walnots, Ac. J Bnrrey Sauce,
Beadina Sauce, John Bull Sauce, Beefsteak l-aure,
Boyal Table Sanoe, Kssenoe of Anchovies, Essence
of Kbrlmpe, Anchovy Paste, Shrimp Paste, Potted
Beef, Potted Heats. Potted Berring, 4c. For sale,
wholesale and r.tatl, by A. AioDONALD A CO.,
fe7 M, and Branch Store, V West Fourth-st.
IK I
NEW HUSICi
IHE MASONIC
QtJICKSTEPe-PRICE
ro cents.
?he Tacatlon Polka,..;.. ,.U,.H-.Prloe SO cents
he Kentucky Girl? Polka.-,.-.-. Price 60 cent).
Tho Forest B ,se Bchottleche ...........Price f OcenU
Xbe abo-e hare Bandsomeiv-nmstratea iiue-pagee
fr8
No. 6 West Fonrtb-etreet.
MUSICAL INSTRTJMBNTSCHEAPER
thai ever.' Great saeridoe sSMi I
Pianos, Helodeons. Violoncellos rjZm
Violins, Guitars, Bano Btrinra. THm-k-prorn
Ings. .Ao.. daring the . flolUays.IJ 0 fgf H U
gelling at lOOper cent. less than any '
other Houes in this city, and flrst-clsss Instruments
at tbat. Da not bur an Instrument nntll von have
called at No. SS7 Fifth-street, second door east of
Pltun, south side. . BliltTINO A BKO.,
riano Makers, aaa vsatsrs la glftveiass
nitfil
telltf
lies
i) . Bx Tall I ' '. I'
:lpil
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
DELANO & GOSSAGE,
Tf
West Fourth-st.
COIWINUAi'ION
CLOSING-OUT SALES
,, i Rich and Desirable; r.jf
DRESS GOODS!
Broohe Silks,
Flounced Silk Bobes,
1 ! At eax, a, tux and tji." " .
Wo ol T elaines !
i At 30 and 37X eenta. -", .',
American delaines
: . " At ia,i5 and ao eente.;
ENGLISH PIAH) TALENClis j
!;"'!' At 13i wsjrtlt 95 eente. ;'y "'
PLAIN PEEITCH MEBDIOES, . i
1 .. '. la Rieh Colore, at 60 cents"; .'.j1.-
Wool Xl4ailQ!
! " " At 33 aad ZTMe., werth flOe. i
SPLENDID DRESS SILKS! .
j ' ' At HeAswwd Frleeej.'-"V.- '
Ladies Slch Velvet ana Cloth
;,.OL'D:iK3j;:
At Cnnenal Bargains.
Ladies' Gents and Children's So
' Biery and IRderweat.1 ' ' ' "
SHAWLS! SHAWLS!
IMPERIAL BERLIN T
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" : " !'' .' ' ,i AND-r , ,,..,
PLAID WOOL SHAWLS,
; At wrtk At and $6, wbrttt 0S.
DEL AND tVCbsSAGE,
74 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
IfeSaw)' "
GROVER & BAKER'S
1 Nevv and ImproTed u
'$50::vr
SHUTTLE: ORuL0CKJ; strTCH
The beet aad only Machines In the market suitable
. . for all kinds of mannfaotarlng purposes at the-
LOW PRICE OF 050.'
GROVER & BAKER,
; . ' SEWING MACHINE CO. M.tV.
68 West ronrth-street ':
ElMOAIi;
JANUA.RY 25, 1860. i .
BRADLEY VEBB
Have this day removed to their NEW BTOBK,"
IBS ILIertirL-o-t-,
Where, with peatly-lnoreased facllltieSj they will
' - - continue the ' '
8TATI0NEl.Ys:; WXm
' JOB PRINTING,
- :',;,;;:'"',.' ;;:;' BISD1NG and
Blank Book Manufacturing Business.
: ' - Daa6tf-idp1 ' " ; ' ;'
CHEAP TABLES.
157 Overcoats;
4 rati.-.- A-iy,jtj
75 Cass. Business Coats;
64 Cloth Frock Coats;
100 pairs Fancy Cass. Pants ;
33 Cassimere Vests ; '
75 'Silk Vests;"' aUl
as- The above will be sold at oost prices to olose
Winter Block.
;T,,W, SPRAGUE eV CO.,
sJ6ow B. B.'oorner I onrtb and Tlns-sts.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN
the store lately occupied by Beary Falls, i'
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
And will keep always dn hand one of the largest
stocks and tha latest patterns of
PAPER: HANGINGS
To be found in the oonittry, which they offer at
AT WHOLESALE OR BETAIL,
At prices beyond competition.
8. HOLMES & SON,
No. 65 West FourtlLstreet,
iaWamf Adjoining PiKe's Opera-hime.
IhaVe 'removed' MY BEaL en
OUAVlNQandLlghtMachiLn Works to the large
and elegant building
Ho. 64 West Fourth-street,
Between WaJnnt and Tine, Third Floor.
It 10TJ WANT A BSAL FBESB; I ' 3 )l
It TOO WAN A BBWKfl JtACftlNIj
If yon want any kind of light M ACBINIBT made or
repaireo, uivjs mat a VAliLi.
P. 1TAK8, Ja.
J :W;' M.T.' HEWSON,
Auctioneer, aud Btoek and BUI Broker,
No. 33 Thlrd-st., Basement of Hasonlo Bnidlng.
Blocks and Bonds bonght and sold on commission,
Mercantile Paper and avians negotiated,
i Motes, Dividends and Interest Oonpont collected,
.1 .- : ;. h AUCTION SALBS
Or Bteoks, Bonds, Beal lstaie, Ac., on any day re.
antred. - . ., , ...
sser The patrotaage of the pnbllo Is respectfully so.
lk.ltod. JaKom
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ARE CHANCE. Tbe adrertiter, doing a
good business aa goia and silver plater, being
eompelUd to return JEast oa businose, will sell hla,
rafiiha. and aeearatna on eaar term.. All tha In.
strootlon renoired will be given free of charge.
This is a rare chance. for a man of small means.
Call sooa. Address 0IH Hi W JU1 Mala-stmt,
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