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Ah3TW.FBA.NCI800. JOHH D. Oi.LDWILL.
THE DAILY PENNY PRESS---REDUCTION
IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.
v v.- .v ;v
la order ta meet ne often wmnri
wlshee ( ear frleads ia the eeantir whs
desire te b finished with st Cheap Dally
Paper, we have reduced the artee ef ear
aabserlptlea Iren foa te three dollar per
year parable ia all eaaes la advance. ler
aar leee period thaa eae year ear termi
will be at the eld rate ef fear dollar.
Three dollare barely enfllee to pay for the
bleak paper w ace ia printing It, yet we
are deterailaed to Ito the eoentry mer
ehaatot aa well an ear elty patrons, the
cheapest and beat paper erer published la
the Qaeen City. The Frees tarnishes the
name Markets sad Telesjraph reports Wea
by oar larger eotemporarlee, with a-areater
variety ef geaerul aad mUoellaaeorfs rend
The General Assembly of Ohio.
An abase Is to be remedied by lew, by
which County Treasurers obtsln a fee
well for paying Sohool Fundi orer as for col
lecting them. t
The bill presented prohibiting the we or
manufacture of esmphens or burning fluid,
Tata been indefinitely postponed. It may be
well for the oommunity to discountenance the
use of a dangerous artlole, but it ii not ex
pedient to single it cut for the anathema of
A law is likely to pass prodding that all
sums das from iteamboats and water-orsfti,
by virtue of eontra.ts, or damages arising
from injuries deneto passengers or property,
shall be a lien on suoh water-crafts or ateam
"boats navigating th waters within the bor
ders of Ohio.
That section of the aet ia likely to be re
pealed which oreatei three Boards of Pabllo
Directors of Infirmaries are to be restricted
from holding any other office in the institu
tion, or from receiving any compensation as
The people will be allowed, no doubt, to
Tote on the question of striking out that
olauie of the Constitution whioh prohibits the
A wholesome spirit is manifested to confine
the expenditures of towns and eountles to an
economical standard, and to discountenance
the issue of bonds by munioipal corporations.
It is proposed to adjourn on the 12th of March,
to meet again on the 1st Monday of February,
1811. - .
Mechanics and Manufacturers.
The wealth and adornment of our eity de
pends much upon the skill, industry and en
terprise of our mechanics and manufacturers.
They, happily, are awakening to an apprecia
tion of their strength. Their Exchange, now,
Is dally thronged ; they pull together, and
they propose to pull in earnest. A committee
has been appointed to report a plan by which
a bank, not of issue, to be oalled the Mechan
ics' and Traders' Deposit Bank, may be estab
lished under their auspices. They, by the
present banktng arrangements, realize but
little from their deposits. Success to their en
terprises. We are especially glad to see that
the assemblages of these effective men are
made the occasion of interchange of cordial
greetings. Introductions, not by letter, but
faoe to face, give each to know the other; and
manufacturers of the Seventeenth Ward and
of the Sixth, dealers and workers of all por
tions of the city, heretofore strangers, now
become friends. Look for great power from
this magnetic battery of forces. A spirit is
manifesting Itself among these enterprising
men to erect a building of their own.
The Spring Season of Trade.
New facilities of railroad conveyance through
Canada, and perfection of other arrangements
for which Cincinnati is distinguished, en
courages ns to announce now that all branches
of wholesale trade In our city will manifest
new activities in the coming season. Mer
chants are receiving large stooks of the newest
styles; manufacturers are preparing for the
largest orders, and from the fact that rents in
this city are not exorbitant; that many heavy
dealers own their own stores especially adapted
for economic dispatch of goods; that we have
other attractions In our city, making a visit
here specially Interesting, and that our
routes by express and railroad are reliable
Vfa can aay that bargains can be obtained
more surely in this market than any other one
In the West We are especially encouraged to
believe we are to have a spring season open
ing which promises so surpass any other.'
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Superior Court Act.
The act establishing the Superior Court of
Cincinnati has, on the plan suggested by Mr.
Ferguson, Senator of this County, been
amended so that in actions for the recovery of
real property, brought in that Court, (also in
other Superior Courts,) the party against whom
judgment is rendered, may, at any time dur
ing the term at which judgment Is rendered
demand another trial by notice on the journal,
and thereupon the judgment shall be vacated,
and the action shall stand for trial at the next
term. No further trial can be had in such
action unlssi for good cause shown, as In other
actions. This law takes effect at once.
The Police Commissioner Act.
. The people of Cincinnati having shown
themselves averse to a compliance with the
act providing for the appointment of Police
Commissioners in cities of the first-class, a bill
Is likely to pass repealing the essential features
of the original act, and amending sections five
and six, which abolishes the oOoe of City
Marshal, and transferring the duties to the
Chief of Police.
Electro-Magnetism Applied to Weaving.
A Frenchman has invented a loom whioh
simplifies the prooees of weaving. Aa Electro-
- Magnetic Battery is used so that on a given
' pattern desired to be woven an electric cur
rent ii passed at points needed to raise aad
depress certain figures of the work, so that the
shuttle passes through, leaving a portion of
the weft thread between them.
We recommend a hearty ipioe of the Ingre
dients said to be in the character of the Ea
; (lish Premier, Lord Falmerston, aa suitable
Union relish for the epeeehes and conduct of
Amerioea Governors, Senators and ponttdaaa,
"' It Is eeantad at the great elesaents of the
sueeeas of Falmerston, that he has great
bearoaesa ef nature aad buoyant good humor.
Strive to be the Model Girl.
Sir Walter Soolt and Daniel O'Connell, at a
late period of their lives, ascribed their suc
cess ia the world principally to their wires.
The happy-faced girls of our elty are to be the
perfect music to the noble words of the future
The woman's cause Is man's. Ther rite or sink
As the files of children marshal past our effloe
door In classes from the schools visiting the
panorama, we repeat to ourselves the question
sad answer, who Is lovely T It Is the little
girl who drops tweet words, kind remarks and
pleasant smiles, ai she puses along; who has
a kind word of sympathy for every girl or boy
she meets la trouble, and a kind hand to help
her companions out of difficulty; who never
scolds, never ' oontends,' never teaies her
mother, nor seeks in any way to diminish, but
always to increase her happiness. Would it
not please you to pick up a string of pearls,
drops of gold, diamonds or precious stones, as
Tou pus along the street t But these are the
preolous stones whioh ean never be lost
Scholarship is important, beauty Is attractive,
bat to be the model girl there must be active
qaalities. Take the hand of the friendless;
smile on the sad and dejected; sympathise
with those in trouble; strive everywhere to
diffuse around you sunshine and joy. If you
do this, you will be sure to be beloved, and
will be esteemed as the model girl.
Strive to be the Model Girl. Odd-The Rose and the Lily.
The hero of Ham he who made his life
escape from Strasbourg and Boulogne to Eng
land, was returned for punishment to France;
"he who is the nephew and avowed represen
tative of that B jnaparte whose very existence
the continental and island sovereigns had de
clared forfeited in their proclamation of Maroh
14, 1815; the successor of that Titan who died
chained to a rock, gnawed to the last by the
vulture of British persecution" is in fraternity
with the anoient enemy who humbled France
at Waterloo, and dictated her destiny within
the walls of Paris. "Perfidious Albion" and
persecuted France are now locked arms. Na
poleon and Victoria are oddly enough now in
Grumblers at the Union, grumblers in the
Union, take notice. The fire-eating South
erners and the Free-soilers of Ohio hare
shaken hands. The scolding one section gives
the other is somewhat after the style of the
harsh words lawyers use toward each other in
court The eonatituenoy and the clients are
blinded, and the apparent enemies are soon
hob-nobiog together. Go it Napl Go it
Systematic Instruction for Apprentices.
We want the excitement now prevailing
among the ,Meehanici and Manufacturers to
result in matured plans to encourage the talent
and properly direct the energies of the ap
prentices of Cincinnati. If those who have
attained success unite to clear the way for
those who are to come after them, we will have
a progressive success. We want some thing
new; we want originality in designs; we want
trained minds to perfect good plana in execu
tion. We must have a polytechnic school, as
a department where our humblest youth ean
get elementary Instruction in the arts and
sciences. We want it to be so arranged that
every youth of Cincinnati, however poor he
may be, may, for a nominal sum, be a daily
student in an institute where Drawing, Mining,
Eegineerlng, to., are taught. We want own
ers of shops to unite now in securing suoh ad
vantages, and if the suggested enterprise be
undertaken by the Mechanic's and Manufac
turer's Exchange, it can be est on foot. Who
The Play and the Star Player.
Shakspeare has said, "All the world's a
stage." The curtain having fallen on the
traglcal-faroical drama of Vlllafranoe, Louis
Napoleon, the prineipal manager of the
World's Theater, has given notice of the pos
sible placing upon the stage at an early period
of the play of Henry nil.
The prologue is quite serious.
"1 come no mora to make you laugh; things now
That bear a weighty aad a serious brow,
bad, high, and working, full ef Stat and woe,
Such noble scene as draw the ere to floe ,
We now present."
The Pins man of Rome has some aside
speeohes to make; this is one:
"This Imperious man will work us all
From princes into page. All mn's honors
Lie la one lamp before him, to be fashioned
Into what pitch be please."
When the ourtaln is to be rung up we are
not yet advised. ...
Feed them somehow serve them, for cer
tain, is the idea; apprentice boys need and
must have books, A cart bringing round oys
ters could not please most boys better than a
hand-oar bringing to the shops a library of
books. This is really ahead of Commissioner
Smythe. In Warrington, England, it was
found diffioult to get operatives to wash their
labored-stained faces and come up to the
library building to get a book, and only three
thousand volumes were distributed per an
num. Tne working men procured a van and
horse and books; and now the perambulating
library, as punctual as a bread-cart, makes its
daily round, and twelve thousand books are
read a year. Try it here.
A VsircaisLa Paih. Under the obituary
notices In an Irish paper, we find the follow
ing! December 28, at Tattynure, pariah of
Cappagh, in the 105th year of her age, Elea
nor uoiry, reuoi oi tne law James uorry,
woodranger to the late Earl of Blesaington,
and who lived himself also to the patriechlal
age of 102, having ' departed this life in No
TaiHBPiitar Htfocsibt A clergyman in
Salem, N. J., recently announced from his
pulpit that upon the next Sabbath evening he
would preach a sermon to "moral men." upon
this occasion the house was trowded in every
part, and a large proportion of the congrega
tion was maue up oi inose woo naa not "uara
ened a church door" for years. -
Jlabbbi Faihiok. One of tbe Utioa (ft. Y.)
ptperi states that the girls ef that eity have
bronebt out anew fashion fiannel neok-ties
narrow strips of flannel, worn tight around the
throat. Tbe gentlemen follow suit. Whit
Is the prevailing color, although a few are in
dulging in red and yellow.
-. Calobio Xiouibs. Orer two hundred
calorie eagtnes have been put In operation
during the past fifteen months, most of which
work well. - They are now mad of all sizes,
from a six inch cylinder to a forty-eight Inch
cylinder. . - . - i
Abt Loviat i BnTDsiTfl. The students of
Ceater College, at Daavllls, Kentaeky, have
contrasted for the nurehase, for that Institu
tion, of the splendid bust of Cicero, from tbe
chisel of tioei t. tun, we n.uway eeuipter.
- TmiBLt BsvtMoa ufoi in UiPirtHrci.
Lovia. The Buffalo (N. Y.) Cbumr gives the
following account of a most barbarous revenge
whioh a young iaay ot mat city innioteu upon
what she considered an unfaithful lover: A
young man residing In town, who has been a
regular visitant at ma resiaeuoe oi a young
lady citiaen, and whose attendance upon the
same was understood as a prelude to an event
ful proposal, was sitting hy her side at the
tea table on a late evening, when, during the
course of a rather loviat conversation, tne
mother of the lady turned upon him with the
smiling question, "wneuereyou ana m
going to get married?" - The gontleman re
sponded, with aa appearance of great aston
ishment, that he had never entertained any
suoh Intention, and proceeded to joke upon the
idea. ' The young lady immediately arose
without a word, and went Into a room adjoin
ing, whence she shortly returned with a
bottle of vitriol In her hand, and without a
syllable or jeature of warning, dashed the ter
rible fluid into the unsuspecting faoe of him
whom abe had supposed her lover, shockingly
disfiguring lta features, instantly destroying
the sight of one eye, and- injuring its fellow
hopelessly. - , : .
A TaaaiBLt Osloolatioii. In his work on
unfulfilled prophecy, Mr. Labaugh advanoes
the theory that the Inhabitants of the new
earth are not to be siok, and they are to live
generally 900 years, and to increase accord
ingly. .Some patient mathematical genius,
taking this as a basis of calculation, estimates
at the end of 1,000 years the Jews alone would
number "more than 1,024,000,000,000,000,000,
000,000,000,000. whioh would be more than
3,410,000,000,000,000,000,000 on eaoh square
mile of the earth's surface, or 6,000,000,000,
000,000,000 on eaoh store, and more than
1,000,000,000,000,000 on each square yard I"
By the time Mr. Labaugh is able to read the
above figures, he will probably find reason to
abandon his theory. The total number of
Jews is now but from four to six millions; or
less than one one-hundored-snd-fiftteth of the
earth's inhabitants. If we make a correspond
ing estimate of the inorease of the whole nine
hundred aad odd millions, the figures become
still more frightful. .Mew York ChronicU,
Fth. 2. .
Stianob Atmosfbsbio Lights aro Sounds.
Several correspondents of the London Timn
have sent to that paper accounts of wonderful
sights and sounds in the air, whioh they have
. y . ... .
lately seen ana neara. une writer saw a
bread, illuminated pillar of mist, which proved
to be a portion of an aro, in all resptota re
sembling a rainbow except that no prismatic
colors were visible. Others, twenty miles
apart, heard tbe discharge of a gun high up
in the air. The report was as sharp and as
instantaneous as cannon. Some believed it to
be a clap of thunder. It was freezing at the
ViRoiati Aoaib Makiro HsiaxLr Ridicu
lous. The members of the Young Men's
Christian Union, at Richmond, Va., have re
called their invitation to Bayard Taylor to
lecture before them, because he writes for the
IWian, and says Humboldt was not an in
fidel; and Taylor has replied in a cauitio
letter, informing them that in all his travels
he had never observed narrower oonduot than
theirs. The members of that Union must be
very "young" or exceedingly stupid perhaps
both. " ,
A Followib or Hholiok. Joseph Wadell,
a Frenchman, residing near Lafayette, In
diana, was formerly a soldier under the com
mand of tbe "Great Napoleon," and was
with him at the battles of AusUtliti and
Jena, and has a vivid reoolleotlon or those
bloody contests, lie has resided In Tippe
canoe County, slnoe 1840, Is in good health,
walks to town frequently and furnishes every
indication that he will yet live many years.
Riiukablb Loxocvrrr. In the family of
Christopher Snyder, of Pittstown, Fenn., con
sisting of three bothers and five sisters, there
has not been a death within the period of
lixty-five years. '
3r A. A. Xyster, Clocks, Watches and
Jewi Iry, No. Ml and m Wstra-row.
Daguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Wettern-row, ever Hannalbrd's
drug-store. Ploturee taken and ut in good esse
for twenty cent. Warranted to please:
Bbidal aid Pbilofma Pbbbirts.
OPERA AND BRIDAL FANS :
Pearl Stick, white Bilk, Plain;
Pearl Stick, white Bilk, Silveted;
Pearl Stick, white Silk, Embroidered;
Pearl Stick, Parchment, Painted!
Itoit Stick Broad ran, white, red, blue and pink
Itoit Stick Silvered, Bpangled, Embroidered
Irorr Stiek, elegantlr Painted Silk ;
Sandal-wood Stick, broad Silk, all
Hair Pins, blue and Gold, Cora) and Gold;
Head-dresses, bins and Gold, Coral and Gold; :
Card Cases, carved and plain Pearl, Shell.
Porte-monneles, with chain, Leather, Silver, Yelvet;
Stereoacopea and Views;
Steel Bracelets and Brooches;
Steel Buckle and Slides;
Coral Necklaces and Tie.
Jnit received, a line of elegant Elastics:
With Bows, Botet:es, and In Embroidery;
White, bine, sink and erlmson Bilk;
Drab, larender, green aud straw-colored Bilk;
Bilk, TeWet, Sid, Bockikin and Thresd.
Is a lady's dress "au fait" without beautiful Gar.
ters? JOHN D. FARE,
Northeast corner fourth and Wal nut-street.
TT.onvo rtiTe n .V- .k ..11 a
aaurciir-Auuin-vn wi iih iubi., at lav rrii-
deuce of Jsmes Fvllls, Etq., Attics, Indisoa, by the
iter. nr. ire ij sisire, jnr. .jonn w iiarper. 01 mil
city, to Mlas Jjonle ft. Ellis.
l.ATU GITVTDT Bfl A . T) .'..1 I T.J mi
day evening, January 9, at tbs reeidenceof Oharlss
Suflrine, Ei by Friends ceremony, in the present
of bis honor tbe Mayor, Hr. Willlsm Caiu, jr., to
Sills auuib x. ouuiini, Hum vi maiciiy.
BROWN In this city, on Trldsr. Vnbrn.rr in. at
nine o'clock A. M.. of measels. littls Arthur, onto
child of James W. aud Margaret Brown, aged on
yaar ana laurhaea aay..
LATB.BOP On Saturday, February 11, of Conge-
nan ei me uungs, uarainer uatorop, in me lorty
seventh year of hi age.
Friends of th family are respectfully Invited to
attend th funeral, at on o'clock, P. M., Monday,
s euruarj i, irvm nis uus resiaen, 17 nnm-Btreet.
ABHABT On Satnrdsr moinln. Tohrnmli.
st half-nest twelve o'clock, of Lnn fvnpnd Dir.
thens, silesnors, daughter of Andrew and Harriet
Earnart. saea tme rears, ten months and sixtaen
Elba, wife ef Michael Nevony, In the twenly-third
fear oi ner sg
HOBELM AH On laturdar mornins. Tehrnsr II.
at ten o'clock, of Conanmption, Charl.a Bebelman,
agea wrir-six yean, eleven mourns ana sieven aays
KILLT At her residence, near tbe TJretiline
Convent, Browii Oonnty, Ohio, Mrs. Catherine Kelly,
aged fifty -four year., nine months and At day..
ia, sue rust iu pKvi ,
GELVIN Febrnarr 11. at hair.nut thru nVWk.
P. M. Francis Bart. Tounseet ion at 1. and l.vdia
Gelvin, aged on year and alx months. .
Sonera! irom tne residence of bia parent, 2
Water street, tbl. moraiii. at ten a'clncm. Yrimri
oi tne temi'y sr. invitsa to attend.
WILIT-Of Measles, Cora Ellen, aged two years,
uuc uvum mw uiuw w; . iMiunwr vi 1 17 ana JJ
KINDEB-Onthe9th Inst., at two o'clock P.M.
at bia realdenc. in Hamilton. Oblo, of Oonaumptioa
aas v. hi. s. aihhi au tuiny.uir years,
WBIOHT On Saturday morning, February II, at
half-past nine o'clock, of Scarlet Fever, Berbers, son
of Joseph and Mary VTilgut, aged two years, four
months and twenty-two days. -
WALLACE Friday morning, February 10. at atx
o'clock, Kate Bnahnell; Infant daughter of Robert
and Mary Jane Wallace, aged eeven months and
iweaty -tnres uays,
CKAWFOBD-As the Star aad Thurtl.. on ftl.th.
street. In this city, en Saturday evening. Ihoawa
Crawford, the eminent Scottish Tocaliat. .
Be was in th thirty-data, year of bis eae, aad, ai
aa rauacletor of Scottish melody, baa left tew equal
hhf nd him- -
-Therunsral will tae piece this arternoon, aloa
o'clock, from the above place, and hi. manr friend,
are reepectfuUr Invited to attend, and thaa par
lait triiate te one who was himself a friead to all,
y. 51. M. I ASSOCIATION.
HENRY J. RAYMOND,
(OF THS HEW-IOBt TIMIfl.) ; : ..
v- . ' ' -UPON- -
THE tATE WAR III ITALY,"
Tuesday Evening, Feb'y 14,
" AT SMITH NIXOK'B HALL. - " -.
Admlulon, oent. Door open at 7 o'olock; Lec
ture to commence at 8 o'clock, fell -
f-gtiosojiic notice stated
lCy meeting of Cincinnati Encampment, a
So. , HON DAT EVEN INU, Fubmsry IS. A.VV
O. 72, at 7 o'clock. A full attendance of all AsK
Blr Knlffht la reonested.
By order of th M. X. O. O-
fel3-ch. Eng. L. CAMERON, Recorder.
WYANDOT TRIBE NO. S, I.
ls O. B. M.-The Cblefa and Members of Wy
n?oTr1t)No..,l will aaeembls at tbelr Wsgwaiu
THIS) SUN, at tbe first Bun of the Betting Hun, (1
o'clock P. M.,) puactusly, to stfeod th funeral or
our late benther Thorns Crawford..
Members ot the Order in good standing are re
quested to attend. HIMBY LKVX, Bsobem.
f?CHILBI,AIN3 AND FROST.
, ED FEET.-Pslmer's Vegetable Oosmetle
liotlun is tbe never-foiling remedy for these greet
annoyances. It not only effects a complete core,
by one thorough application, but it decreases
the UabUlty to a return of the samo difficulty. Sot
aal by drnggiat generally.
BOLOti PALMER, Agent,
dc2 No.to Weet Fourth-street.
td&W OistmritATi, Dee. 17, lKMP.-Mr. 8. Palmer
Dear elr: tome five years sinoel received a aerera
injury on niy left arm, near tbe elbow, stno whioh
I hare ben greatly annoyed by a outsnrona dlmsso
oa the earn. After using rarioua remedies without
success, I was induced to try your Vegetable Uoa
nietio Lotion, and am beypyln Informing you that
the nae of half a battle has left my arm as smooth
and free from disease as Its mate. , . ,
- Gratefully yours.
JOHH W. DANINftOWIB.
" , ' , No. 1M West Thlrd-stwet.
For sal by druggist everywhere. Be sure to get
Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic Lotion , and accent of
nothing else. SOLON PALM EI!, Agent.
de Mo. it West Fourth-street, Cincinnati, O.
f?9KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DIS.
WttaaV OOVIBT is acknowledged by the most em.
ueut physiclana, and by the most careful draggiats
throughout tbe united States, to be the most effectual
blood-purifier ever known, and to have relieved more
suffering, and effected more permanent onres, than
any preparation known to tbe profession. Scrofula,
Salt Bheum, Erysipelas, Scald-head, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
the ayetem restored to full strength and rigor. Full
and explicit directions for thecureof nloerated sore
legs, aud other corrupt and running ulcers, is given In
tbe pamphlet with each bottle. For sale by JOHN D.
PABK. 8UIBK, ECKSTEIN as 00., and GEOBGB
M. DIXON. Prloetl. opl9-ay
FIRST GRAND SOIREE 07 THE
Central Danclaa Association. : n
Central Dancing; Association,
AT MELODEON HALE.,
On FBIDAT EVENING, February 17, HMO."
uttauiijcs war; I, resident, :
Bobiht CoiiT, Vice-President. fel3e
Bills of lading, .
u Bill-heads, &c, &c,
Alway on band, and printed to order. Also, the new
tyl of - .
Bo mnoh admired for their neatness and beauty.
TINTED NOTES, '
BILLS Of IXCHANOK,
- Kept In stock and printed to order. . i
oar I.L KINDS, -
Always on hand and made to order,
APPLECATE & CO.,
fea " 43 MAIW.3TRBET.
. , ( OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. , '. " . '
GEORGE A. PETER,
No. 137 West Flftb-atreet. ,
sat Twtntr ner cent, cheerier than olwhan In
the olty. fel3cm
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
EVERT VARIETY OF CHOICE PER
FUMES?, Toilet Article., Ac, constating of
Hair Oils, Balr Tonic, extract for tbe Handler-
romaiuma, Jnair uyea, uoiognes, Bay Bum,
tloa, Lip Salvea, Cold Cresma, Tooth Powder.
nr..i... n.il. Q m -, i . . ti j .
Tooth Washes, Toilet Soape, Tolltit Powders, Ac
for sale py buikk, buhbtisii tt CO..
M.W. cor. Fourth and Vlno-etreoti, :
Opposite the PostoBce.
Crane's Tooth Powder.
WE MANUFACTURE, UNDER THE
direction of Dr. Henrr Orsne. htm MfantttMi
Odontoimegma,whloh, after baying been thoroughly
tested for a number of year., is admitted to rank
amoug the safest and most efficient Tooth Powders
madn. UCIEE, EOK8TEIN CO.,
feiao ' uppoiitetrie Foetofflw.
Wood's Hair Restorative.
-grk GROSS WOOD'S HAIR RBSTORA-
T1VJ6 received and for sals hr
Dumb, nviYOjaia m Jr,t
uppmim mm roetomce. -
, Palm Soap.
OENUINE OLD PALM SOAP IN BARS,
a rery superior article for the bath and toilet.
soraaieoy euias, aunDifiin a uu.,
fe!3o Opposite the Poetofflc.
Kf BARRELS ALUM RECEIVED AND
SUIBE, ECKSTEIN t CO.,
f.lSe Opposite tbe PostofHce.
MACCARONI AND VERMICELLI, 40.
Just received, an Invoice of genuine Haifa
Maocaroni and Vermicella: also, tn case. Coonar'i
Shred and Sheet Isinglass, and 100 dozen Cox's
Bparaung ueiaune. n or sue ry
feli National Theatre Bnlldtng. Sreamorelat,
T .EAP-TEAR-VALENTINES OF ALL
M- sbapee and elzea, from Set, to 15 each. Yalen
tine Carda. Envelope, Dot Paper, eto.. at CHAD,
A. JUNGHANH 8 Drug Store, North-WMt corner
Third and Mill-street, Cincinnati, Ohio. felS-a
CEEAM CHEESE JUST RECEIVED,
4 caaka varv auDarior Cream Oheaea. Tor aala.
wholeaal. and retail, br
bt s.aciivvitiuauv,, v
leu us ana srranan giore aw wee. Fotirth-et.
BENT A OO.'S WATER-CRACKERS
Juat recelrtd, 80 cans Bent A Oo.'s oelebrated
Water Orackera. For sale, wbolesals and retail, br
A. 111CUUNALD at W).,
fain ' M and Branch 8co m ata Weet ronrth-st.
Ac Just received. 5
28 boxes freah Coaoa Shall..
Cracked Cocoa, preparsd Coooa, Brsma and Ohooo
late. Jfor sale, wholesale aad retail, br
A. SIODUN&LD CO., .
felt X and Branch Store, Itv V est fourth-it.'
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS at
. .. v A. A, OOLTKB'B,
fell ' Woe. 819 and 821 Uatn-atreet. "
MOCHA, JAVA AND RIO
Sat. A. A. COLTKB'8.
u aorrERs at
fell Moa.81tand ill Uain-streei
CRUSHED, POWDERED, CLARIFIED
and Oheice S. O. Bngars st ,
, . . ; A. A. OOITKB'B,
fell ' Wna.tie end Ul Matn etreet.
RAISINS, CURRANTS, CITRON, FIGS
aad Prunes at A. A. COLTUB'B, .
Hoe. l aid Ml Main-street.
CJPICED SALMON AND SMOKED HAL-
J 1BUT at
A. A. OOLTER'H.
, Woe. 8lv an til Main-street.'
LAND WANTED, f
I WISH TO PURCHASE ABOUT TEN
acres, either with or without a boose and barn
on it. Andreas or note, stating ran particular., 8.
PHILLIPS, care P.nur Press OlUoe, or
J- M.8CUDDER, M. D.. Ptotessot of The.
e orr and Praotlce of Medicine in the Eoleetle
Medical Instltnts, gives speclsl attention te the
treatment ot UilitUHlu UIHKABBS. Office, 174
Vloe-etreet, near fourth. OIBos hours 10 A. if. to
;l r. as. isiveav
t-:; ' . IN . ' "
PRICES MARKED DOWN.
L- Rich and Desirable
Broche Silks, . -
Flounced Silk Robes
, At O'iX, IS, blX and (..;
. At 30 and 3TX cents. . -
At lit, IS and 30 cent.
ENGLISH PLAID VALENCIAS!
At 13, worth 35 eenta. .
PIAIN PBOCH HEKIffOES,
la Eleh Colors, at 60 eenta.
At SIS aad 370., worth OOo.
SPLENDID DRESS SILKS!
At Kedaeed Frlees. ' '' '
Ladies' Rich Velvet and Cloth
At Cananal Bargain.
Ladies' Oenta' and Childxen'i Ho
siery and Underwear.
PLAID WOOL SHAWLS,
At S3, worth lit and tjQ, worth 98.
DELAND & GOSSACE,
74 WEST tOlKiU-SIKfcET, '
UST BEOEn CD AMD FOB BALI BT
KEY, M1LL0M & CO.,
: Mo. 145 MAIN-STREET. ' (
' ':" ' ' ' vi
Life in Spain, Past and Present.
Br If alter Thornburj, ', i
ntb.rof "Art and Nature," "Bongs of the Cava
" tiers and Boondbeads," AO.
1 TOl. 12luO....M...................M....lM............IM.........l
Cyclopaedia of Literary and Scien
tific Anecdote t ,;,
Illustrative of the Character., Habits and Ooveraa-
tioas of Men of Letter, and Science.
Edited tr Wm. Eeddie.' -Irom
the Londoa Xdltloa.
1 TOl. 12D10 HMMMHW.IWiim,lll ...u..) K
An Appeal to tbe People
la Behalf of their Blshts as Authorized Interpre-
ten of the Bible. '.
Br Catherine I. Beeoher. ' -
Anthor of "Common Sense Applied to BeUglon,''
"Bomeatio Becelpt-book," "Domestlo Boon.
I vol. 12mo
On tbe Origin of Species
Br Mean, of Natural Beleotlon, or tbe Preservation
of rarored Baees la tbe struggle for Lire.
. . Br Charles Darwin, M. A.
1 TOle 13110 eteee.s seeteetHeetee sets seeMest(eteetaHHs is see teseSl 35
Life and Times of Gen. Sam. Dale,
.TBI MIBBI88IPPI FABTIBAN.
Br T. II. Claiborne.
- Illuitrated br John McLenan.
1 TOl. 120tO..,,.HM..........M...H..M....M........M.....M...l
TBI BSTINTH HDNDBXD OF
Footfalls on tbe Boundary of An
- Br Bobert Dale Owen.
1 vol. 12mo
HAVING BEEN ENGAGED FOB
manr reara In raiaiog honaea, girders, floors
and roofs, and being well supplied with too a of ail
kinds reonired for snch work. 1 feel mi a red that I
oan give .ati.factlon to env one who mar favor me
witb a call, at the corner of itopkin. and Ui
HE SUBSCRIBER WILL REOPEN
his school, at flM Beventh-atreet. on MON.
next, February 6, and continue till tbe end of
an Kngllah Idncation, the varion. branches ef the
Mathsmstics, tbs Latin, Greek and French Lan
. There will De tacsnt the nanai branchea or
guage., 'terms tor toe snguao, war, ors4 per montn;
for tbs other bfanchee, 3U, or 16 per month. Pupils
charged from the date of entrr.
; ; Fancy . Articles.
WORK-BOXES j. IVORY TABLETS
Jewelry Boxes : Pearl Watch alanrta
jewel uaaaets , .
Bohemia Toilet Bottles;
iiuuoiuia Duxes ,
Tooth and Nail Itrn.haa
Pearl and Ivorr Forte - Com lit and Hair Brushes
aaonnaies; s lean ana mom Brushes ;
Tor sale by ALBIKT BOBS, Drugaiat,
rain i ii tt i it. ronn.mnnn.ini. aa.
. eor. lghth-t. and Western-row.
pUNB IMPORTED HAVANA CIGARS,
mm. oi sue enoioss. uranua. ror nie Dr
ALBI8T BOBS, Druggist,
fe7 S. W. eor. BUhth-et and Western-tow.
;-.- ,T , : Moss. , , ,. :
tlfl BRLS. I R 1 8 H MOSS, JUST RE
J V CIIVEP and for sale br
ALBBUT BOSS, Drogglst,
fe7 B. W. oor. Klghlh-et. and Weetera-rew.
. : Feathers and Winter Millinery,
Of evert description, wfcfc I am falling' at a araall
advaaeeea lew Ten prtees, waatesale aad retail.
J. WBBB, tri
Boa IU TlAh-f trset, hb Bace and Bsa,
GROVER & BAKER'S
u New and Improved '
SOUTTIE OR LOCK STITCU
The beat aad ealr Machine. In the market suitable
for all hinds of manufacturing purposes at the
1 LOW PRICE OP 50.
GROVER & BAKERj
BEWINO MACHINB CO.,
58 West Fourth-street.
JANUARY 25, 1860
Have thUdar removed to their HKW BTOBB, ;
Where, with 'gTeatly-IncTeased faclUtlea. ther will
JOB PSINTIKOe -
Blank Book Manufacturing Business.
157 Overcoats ; -
75 Cass. Business Coats;
64 Cloth Frock Coats;
100 pairs Fancy Cass. Pants ;
33 Cassimere Vests ;
75 Silk Vests. ; v :..
KV Tbe above will be sold at cost prices to otose
T. W. S PRAGUE fc CO.,
ja36cw 8. K. corner Fonrth and Tine-tts.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE ' TAKEN
the store latelr occupied br Henrr falls, ;
No. 65 West Fourth-streets
And will keep alway. on band one of the largest
, stocks end the latest patterns of
To be found In the country, which ther offer at
"AT WHOLESALE OB RETAIL, v .
' At prices berond competition. " ' '
8. HOLMES & SON,
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
JaWamf Adjoining Pike's Opera-honse.
Cincinnati Fuel Co.,
COAL TABO AND OFFICE,
NO. 103 EAST THIRD-STREET.
Delivered at the lowest market rates.
" Orders aelloited and promptlr executed. 1
febSam . .- W. M. HPBBILL.SecreUrr.
IF1 JEL J52 .3H .,
The Vresh Shad Season baa commenced at '
Xo. 11 XVett Finh-atreet.
Received dallr br the Adams Express. ' ' f.7sw
: , AD VEBTIBB IN . "
THE WINCHESTER CHEONICLE
ADDBESI v .. .-j.:,i.H
JOHN A. WILLIAMS,
fellb W1HOHEBTIB, KT.
WHERE SHALL I DINE P
. GO TO -v.' . : ..
No. 351 Walnut-street, .
A few doors above Sixth, and get a good dinner for
'ii eeate, all theet oeteras (of the best) Inoludsd.
Try It. ' feetf
I HAVE REMOVED MY SEAL EN
OBATlNOandLiiiht Machine Works to the lane
and elegant building - -
No. 64 West Foarth-street,
Between Walant and Vine, Third floor.
a tou ur ant a bxatj pbibb t , ;,' ' ;
If TOU WANT A BIWINQ MACHINE.
If you wan t any kind of light MAOHINKBT made or
repaired, QITi MB A OAliIh
jSatf P. IYAKB, Ja.
- W. Ma F. HEWSON,
Auctioneer, and Stock and BUI Broker,
, Ho. 33 Thlrd-st., Basement of lluonic Balding.
Btock. and Bonds bought and sold on comntlselen,
Mercantll. Paper and Loan, negotiated.
i tiotee, Dividends aad Interest Oonpona collected.
Of Stocks, Bonds, Bsal X tats, Ac., on anr-dar re-
sarihe patronage of the publlo la respeetfsllr so
Hcited. . jatocm
RARE CHANCE. The adrertiaer, doing a
good business aa gold and silver plater, being
compelled to return lest on business, will sell his
recipes and apparatus on easr terms. All the in
atrnction required will be gives free of charge.
This Is a rare chance for a man ef email mesne.
Call soon. Address HIM IB A 0(1111 Haine treat.
VICTORIA WINS BISCUIT A renr tea
siM.i c. ... -. eiitanansia
(joraer auiin ana v lne-nreets.
OAL OIL AT NINETY CENTS The
beet In the market.' All kinds of lamne altered
to burn Coal Oil at rtiiuuwa s,
Corner Hlnth aad Y lns-streetl.
I Times copy. .
EW MAPLE MOLAS8SS. A Bare aiU-
cle of new Maple ssolatsas io.t racsfved at
Ooraar Knth and Via, atr.rts.
FRANKLIN TYPE AND STIRIOtYPl
roUHPBT. B. ALLlBOtT, BnpsHntaadent,
rriptloserws of aU kinds, MTiaetreti.