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Death of A. H. Ernst, Esq.
Mr. A. H. Ernst baa been resident of ttli
city for more thu Mty years. As early ai
1816 he wai an apprentice to Mr. Henry Hafer
of this city, to the baking tmstoesAV. Slnoo oil
attainment to man'i estate' lie hi distin
guished htmielf by his devotion to horticulture
and to arboriculture.
Mr. Emit wm is earnest In whateyer en
grossed hi attention. ' Ho ww one of the
party which mot on the 17th. of February,
seventeen yean ago, at the home of Mr. Bobert
Buchanan, and formed the Clooinnatl Horti
cultural Booloty. Ho presided orer it daring
1849, 1850 and 1851. ' ' '
In 1843 the Society held its meetings in the
old poatoffioe building, near where the Meohan
ios and Manufaotnreri hold their Exchange,
and there a ipirited enterprise wm undertaken
to introduoe seeds and scions of superior varie
ties of fruits, and Mr. Ernst took an. aotiro
part in this branoh of the Society's movements.
The Boolety succeeded, and Mr. Ernst sac-
0 eoded In fostering pomology, He wm founder,
and President for several years, of a State
Society for advancement of fruit culture.
In 1845 he took part in the pioneer nego
tiation, by the Horticultural Society, of pur
chasing the Spring Grove Cemetery Grounds.
1 he members of that Society seleotcd
the Garrard farm of Mr. Jpslah Lawrence, for
which $10,500 was paid, t was determined
to relinquish the cemetery grounds to a separ
ate asiooiation, and Mr. Ernst became a di
rector, and a vacancy therein has ooourred by
For some time the health of Mr. E. has been
infirm and his friends were not unprepared for
the stroke that is so stunning to a circle of
devoted friends. Cinoinnati has lost a publio
spirited eltlzen and the State one deeply de
voted to her true interests, especially the im
provement of her fruits and flowers.
St. Valentine's Day.
Half of the short month of February has
passed quickly to the young folks, and has
brought around the Fourteenth BU Valen
tine's Day. Young girls have a right to be
innocently serious daring leap-year, and to
draw their order for matrimony, and young
men have to honor the draft. To-day being
one for the birds mating, by apoetieal license,
is arranged to be High Court Say for the bus-
iness of Cupid and Hymen.
Its observance has been gradually degener
ating into customs, worse than frivolous. In
early days ridiculous or insulting letters were
unknown. Drawing valentines by lottery
vras the old-time arrangement. The young
folks at a festival on St. Valentine's eve wrote
their true or feigned names upon separate
billets, which they rolled up and drew by way
of lots, the maids taking the men's billets, and
fch anu ttiv uxald'.j Ml tliat wwh Of theyotrtg
men secured a girl that he called his valen
t ine, and each of the girls a young man, whom
she called hers. By this means eaoh had two
valentines; but the man stuck faster to the
valentine that had fallen to him, than .the
valenMne to whom he had fallen. Fortune
wrought serious results from this sport, through
balls and treats to the ladies adored, and
wearing their billets on sleeves and bosoms
for days, for that mostly ended in lore and
marriage, which was begun in sport. '
This being leap-year the maid will have her
preference to-day, in sending a billet to the
man, and the day may prove one wondrous
in results from the arohnesf and archery of
the skillful maid.
Women and the Workshop.
Since the introduction of the sewing-machine,
the active working women have oppor
tunities, and embrace it, to . open workshops,
procure maohlnoa, and employ as many opera
tives as they may find encouragement to en
gage. In various portions of our city corns
are noisy from morning to night with the hum '
of this branch of busy industry.
A question is now before the Mechanics'
and Manufacturers' Exchange, which affects
seriously the interests of two young women
engaged in manufacture of clothing, which
was afsignad while in their hands, the as
signee obtaining possession without paying
for the work done thereon. , It is specially
important to the weaker sex that they should
not bo wronged out of their earnings. We
hope that the "Exchange" wllf obtain statis
tics of won? en and their workshops, and pro
vide that no imposition be practiced upon
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The Congressional Notice of the Death
of United States Senator Broderick.
Hon. Lafayette S. Foster, ' United Stab
Senator of Connecticut, not being a friend 10
dueling or duelists, opposed, yesterday, in the
Senate, the usual resolutions of reipeot to tie
memory of Hon. David Broderlck, who fell in
a duel hut September, in California., Tie
other members of the Senate entertained dif
ferent views u to the subject, and efttr
eulogies from Senators Haun, Crittenden,
Seward, Toombs and Mr. Foote, in the name
of Mr. Wade of Ohio, who wm absent, the
Senate adjourned.' i ' 1 ,
Mr. Douglas made no remarks; perhaps he
aiso wm absent. A subsequent dispatch in
forms us that he had prepared an eulogy, but
wm unexpectedly and unwillingly absent.
Mr. J. B. Haskio, of New York, a schoolmate
in boyhood spoke heartily in commendation
of the noble qualities of his friend. Mr. Leu
sing Stout, of Oregon, and Mr. Barllnghame,
of Massachusetts, commended the independ
ones and nubility of the self-taught men.
Hon. Lewis Cass.
.The whole people of the West, and many
friends elsewhere, will be Interested to beer of
the restoration to health of the venerable
Secretary of State, Hon. Lewis Cass, who is
announced to be suddenly and dangerously
111. Ohio and Michigan are specially inter'
ested in the name and fame, of the distin
guished pioneer of both these States.
Tug for Congressional Printing Contract.
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A new candidate for printer was oftrsd by
the Devoerata and South Americans In the
House yesterday. Glassbrenner, late Sergeaat-at-Anne,
a printer, obtained 89 votes, and De-
frees M. Mr. Stal worth, of Alabama, Demo
crat, Is expected to retain to-dey, which would
XuTpwposed Division ottCaililaVJ'l
Intereatini Questions arise from'Cbe vote of
uo six Doumern uounues oi vaiuornta, wajioa,.
It Is said, have, by a small majority vote, sig
nified their wish to be formed into a territory.
.A correspondent of the New Tork JVi&une
says: ':';'t ''! 'T-f
' "Gov. Latham has sent in a message, in
Which he speaks as though - the vote, were
binding on the Legislature, and required only
the eonsent of Congress, to make the separation
legal and final. In that ease, Mr. Downey
mast cease to be our Governor, became he is
a resident of Los Angelos, and after the di
vision he will not be a citison of this State. In
that oontlngenoy Mr. I. N. Quinn, Senator
from Tuolumne, eleoted President pro tern, of
the Senate, and Lieutenant- Governor as tuo
oeisor to Downsy, will beoome Governor.
Mr. Quinn is a native of Virginia, 32 years of
It is asserted that the object of the division
is to secure the admission of a Slave State
from the proposed territory. The Republi
eans, It Is supposed, will not approve of divid
ing theState. The true Interests of California,
despite of the slave question, will soon de
mand a division of this very large and rapidly
The New California Senator.
- The people of Ohio, who knew and vener
ated Bala Latham, onoe Postmaster of Colum
bus, and a spotless Free Mason, are not sur
prised to hear the favorable comments made
by men of both parties, of his son, Milton S.
Latham, a Baokeye-boy, who has been trans
ferred from the station of Governor to that of
United States Senator. A correspondent of
the New York Tributu hints that from his
ability and obaraoter, should he, by possibil
ity, beoome a Republican, he might be chosen
President in 1804.' While Collector of the
port of San Francisco, the accounts pf Mr. L.
were models, and gave great satisfaction to
Mr. Guthrie, then Secretary of Treasury.
If perpetual motion means perpetual com
motion, Meiioo has the honor of the invention
of the machine. Successive enterprisers in
the revolution line go in, get lioked and sub
side. New aspirants of civil and military
command take helm, but the vessel is always
in a norther. The latest feature is that
Ocampo, one of the State officials, is to come
to the United States to seek the intervention
of Unole Sam.
Harvard Collsos LinniRT. The number
of books in Gore Hall has been carefully as
certained. The estimate has commonly been
too low. Besides nearly 60,000 pamphlets,
the public library now contains 83,000
volumes, and with what are contained in the
other libraries, makes a collection of more
than 123,000 volumes belonging to the ;Uni
versity. Schools m Feihoi. It is stated that the
whole of France a nation of thirty-six
millions of inhabitants only appropriates as
much money to common schools as does the
city of New York alone something like six
millions of franos 1
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, February 13.
SENATE. The Senate met at one o'olock
No preliminary business of moment wm
Mr. Haun, in conformity to the practice of
the Senate, had the melanoholy duty to an
nounce the death of David C. Broderiok, late
Senator from California, who died in San Fran
cisco September 16. He fell in a conflict en
gendered by a politioal oonteit Ha was born
la Washington a little over forty years from
the time of his death. His father was a stone
outter, but a reipected partisan and cirisen.
He moved early in his life to Now York,
where his father soon died.' His mother and
brother followed, and- David was left alone.
He rose to a distinguished position in No
York. He went to California an early pio
neer, where he gained popularity and was
elected to the State Senate, and the President
of that body. He bad, with laudable energy,
carved out his own future. Mr. Haan paid
an eloquent tribute to his memory.
Mr. Unttenden followed. He spoke ot Mr.
Broderick's personal characteristics, his bold
ness, frankness, honesty and manly qualities.
May he rest in peaoe.
Mr. Seward reierred to toe expansion of the
country to the Pacific Mr. Broderick was
the organizer of American society in Cali
fornia. He possessed neither birth, education,
fortune, or any other prestige. When be
(Seward) heard of his death, he experienced
more wan ordinary sorrow, lie regretted
that he had been prematurely outoftSin a life
of usefulness, and eulogized him at a friend
and an honest publio servant.
Mr. foster made soma brier allusion to the
virtues of the deceased. He referred to the
manner of his death with a visw of considering
what action is necessary on the part of the
Senate, and delivered a homily against duel
ing m a crime at common law. The question
was, should the Senate pay a tribute to a msn
who nad wurniiy mica nia lire, in violation of
the laws of God and man. For one, whatever
respect he might have for the deceased, he
could not vote for the resolutions of respect.
Mr. Foote, in behalf of Mr. Wade, who wm
detained from his seat by indispotition, pro
nounced a oner euiogy on tne deceased, in
which he lauded him as an honest and incor
ruptible man, and added his own conounence
to tnese sentiments.
Mr. Toombs said he found the deceased
honest, bold and truthful, and one of the best
specimens of self-made Americans. He trusted
nim as, a latuiai ana nonest adversary, tie
fell in nonoraoie oomoat in defense or bis
honor; he eould not have died more nobly.
He gave his hearty concurrence to the resolu
The usual resolutions were adopted and the
HOUSE Mr. Wrlsht wm annolntad a mem
ber of the Committee on the District of Colum
bia, in plaoe of Mr. Oaroett, who wm excused.
Mr. Pryor was exoused from the same com
On motion of Mr. Cral, of Mo., a resolu
tion wm adopted that en Wednesda, at one
e'oiook, tne cure snail call toe Btates, com-
mencinc with Maine, wnen tne members mav
Introduoe bills and resolutions on which pre
vious notioe hu been given, for referenoe only,
and without debate. -
Mr. Burch presented the prooeedlnrs of the
Pacific Railroad Convention, held at San Fran
cisco, in September last, and moved that the
subject be referred to a select committee of
Mr. Sherman objected, sayinc that he had
previously moved that the House proceed to
the eleotloa of Printer.. .
Mr. Mavnard asked, but failed to obtain
leave, to introduce a resolution providing for
tne selection or seats ny Brewing tor tnem.
Mr. Houston thooabt there wm no neces
sity for this, m every seat belonged to every
member. ; .,
The House voted on the motion of Mr,
Burch. to suspend the rules to enable him to
have the Pecine BeUreed Convention proceed
ings, at San Franoisce, referred to a Select
Committee, The question wm negatived by
11 esalaetOOv , ? , ,. , , -
Mf.'Shernsaa'i motion on the .election of a
Printer wm then stated. ' '
Oa motion of Mr. Phslps, there wm a call
oi tne Mouse. ,
Mr. Sherman's motion to proceed to the
'tntr wm ado'
vSXiatiiouse. 'ritajn ftieright to modify
the Wilting fetrs onithe sUBjeot of printing,
the appointment on-ejoistioii-ja do so on the
condition herein set fur to.,-1 1 -
A committee of Mvsnf wh appointed to ex
amine into the law in relation to the printing
of the House, the prices paid for and the dutv
of the Printer, whose duty shall be. to report
with tne least possible delay insn improve
ments as they deem advisable.
Mr. Florenoe placed in nomination A. J,
Glasibrenner, saying - tbe 'gentleman wm a
practical printer, and If eleoted would have
the entire oonnaenee or tne Home.
Mr. ' nominated Mr. John D. Defress,
also a practical printer. - '
Several others were nominated, but after
ward withdrawn; - The House then proceeded
to vote: Whole number of votes, 183; neces
sary to a choioe, 82; Defrees, 80; Glsaibrenner,
88; Gales A Beaton, 3; Blanehard, 2; Mltohell,
1: Flanlgan. 1. - '
The House again voted: Whole number of
votes, 183; neoeasary to ohoice, 82; Defrees, 80;
Glatsbrenner, 89; rest scattering.
Further prooeedlngna were interrupted by
a message from the Senate announcing the
death of Mr. Broderiok.
Mr. Burnett delivered a eulogy saying that
Mr. Broderick's memory would long be cher
ished by the people of California. . i
Mr. Haiklu gave the eventful and romantic
history or his friend; believing bis career
would serve m a glorious precedent for the
poor and humble who have only the wealth
of intellect to command. ' They were school
boys together. Mr. Haskln said, in the eourse
of his eulogy, that Mr. Broderiok won the ad
miration of his friends and the respect of his
enemies. For bis energy of oharaoter, integrity
and fidelity to his friends, Mr. Broderick had
no superior. ' i -
Mr. Hiokman spoke of Mr. Broderiok as
God's Instrument for mighty purposes. Those
that thought less than a philosopher never
knew his every nerve wm exerted to dignify
labor. It might be said there WM.but one
Broderiok to walk the earth. He wm just
and generous, gifted and noble, pure and
patriotic; he raised poverty into rank, proving
the legitimacy of its blood. His fame will be
as enduring as the record of publio virtue.
Mr. Stout paid a tribute of respect to his
Mr. Burllngame spoke of his friend M a
Democrat, without being a demagogue who
loved the' people, but never betrayed them,
and after they discovered these traits of char
acter he won their regard. He had an in
domitable energy nnder the power of which
Sarty names and party discipline disappeared,
len forgot they were Democrats or Republi
cans, but called themselves Broderick men.
Scornful of corruption and tyranny, in the
grandeur and purity of his publio and private
life, he saw the very point whioh made him
the advocate of the people's rights.
Mr. Morris, of 111., spoke of Mr. Broderlck
raising himself to eminence by bis own energy
of character. What had he done thct he
should die by the hand of violence? If he
had Veen less independent he would have been
a living man to-day. He wm a 'moral hero,
and alike scorned the smiles of corruption
and power, calling things by their right names.
No Senator, in so short a time, ever acquired
so wide-spread fame. When the roll of Cali
fornia statesmen shall be called on the judg
ment day, and Broderick is inquired for, more
than one voioe will reaoh the ear of Jehovah
saying, "Am I my brother's keeper?"
Mr. Siokles said there were very warm feel
ings of attachment for Mr. Broderick by
many oitisens of New York, among whom
his early manhood and youth wm passed. He
spoke of Mr. Broderiokrs noble traits of obar
acter, and called him the founder of the Dem
ocratic party in California,
Resolutions of respeot were adopted and the
Nsw OBLURfl, February 13. The schooner
Bed Fox, with dates from Vera Cms 30th, and
City of Mexloo to tbe 26th. Miramon is pre
paring an expedition against Vera Cms. He
has raised money and troops, and is concen
trating at the Capital. Juarez proposes to
march to the capital as soon as Miramon
starts for Vera Crut. - The pronunoiamento
attempted on the 231 in favor of Marquel, was
The steamship Indianola will sail on Sunday
next for Vera Cms. -
Chiblsbtok, February 13. The steamer
Mel has arrived, from Havana and Key
West on the 10th Inat. E. L. Plumb, bearer
of dispatches to the United States Government,
was a psssenger.
The Owner's correspondent at Vera Cruz,
under date of the 4th inst., says that Cobas,
with 2,000 men, had been defeated on the
0 jca, and that Miramon 'a expedition against
Vera Cms is consequently probably abandoned.
The Liberals had re-occupied Calima, San
Luis and Zaoatecas. The church foroes had
been defeated near the Las Calla with a loss
of one hundred In killed and prisoners and a
quantity of artillery ammunition. The church
party Government is reduced to s small ex-.
tent of territory. The whole foroe of the Lib
erals is 30,000 men. Miramon, bv extraor
dinary efforts has negotiated the sale of $10,
000,000 bonds for $45,500, through illicit deal
ing with the French Minister. $9,000,000 of
these bonds will be considered by tbe Frenoh
m foreign debt. .
Mr. Mathews, the English'Minister, had
presented an ultimatum, asking full navment
of his claims within eight days, in default or
which he would demand his passports. Little
confidence is placed in his sincerity. , .
eenor ueampo nad resigned tne Ministry of
Foreign Affairs to accept a special mission to
the United States and - England, conneoted
with Intervention by the former and the
recognition of the Constitutional Government
by the latter. Degellado takes the plaoe
vacated. Ocampo leaves . In the English
packet of the 6th of Marob. -
The stock of sugars at Havana and Matan
zas wm 36,000 boxes, Musccvodo 89 reals.
MoUsses arrived slowlv and sold readllv at
7i raaw wr oiayea, ana oft lot muscovado.
Tbe Santa Fe correspondent of the St.
Louis Republican says the Speaker of the
House introduced a bill to repeal the law,
passed last session, prohibiting slavery in the
Tbe next day, a resolution, wm almost unani
mously adopted, requesting him to resicn the
Speakership, which he did and subsequently
resigned his seat in the House and went home
tne same day.
. mr. voeuar x. Medina wm elected Speaker,
and the bill In question wm referred to a se
lect committee, who reported a hill for It, .
jcotlon, which wm done without a dissenting
Arrested on Suspicion.
Nsw Yonc, February 13. A young married
woman, named Sarah Jane MeChester, has
been arrested on suspicion of bavin same.
thing to do with the mysterious murder of the
vusiom nouse wstobman. The general im
pression ia that aha la Imomul H hnm-
band's story corroborates her statement that
she wm at home all the evening. A stage
driver, however, positively MserU that she
got Into his omnibus about the-timeof the
murder, near . State-street, and rode up to
a weaiy-oinio-etrees. . .
PHti.iD.rH, February 13-Tbe Supreme
Court of Pennsylvania issusd a decree to-day,
commanding the City Council of Pittsburg to
make fall and ample provisions for the nav.
ment of the Interest due en $150,000 worth of
bends, issued by the eitv of Plttsburir ia the
payment of its subscription to the charter of
ue v aiiey itaiiroaa. ,.
Tokosto, February 13. The large woolen
and cloth factory near Brooklyn, Canada West,
owned by Mathewson k Retollffe, wm totally
destroyed by lire on Wednesday test. 1 Low
2,oo, insurance S4,000.; ., ,)v-(
Nominated for Mayor.
Chioioo, February 13. Tbe Democratic
Convention this afternoon nominated Walter
WiniNfni. FKnun 13 Mr. Oliaabren-
'ner was supported for the House Printer by
tbe Democrats. Mr. Jtnggs ana an me noma
Americans present, excepting Ethrldge and
Stokes, who voted for Messrs. Gales 4 Beaton.
Mr. Defrees received the votes of all the others
present, Including Mr. Davis, of Mdi, and ex
cepting Btauton, Adams and Carey. -;
Senator Douglas had ' prepared an eulogy
upon Mr. Broderlck, to be delivered to-day,
outlast nig us no wm severely, aiiacaea oy
pleurisy. ! , .
Mr. Fernswortb. intends introducing a bill
for , the transportation of the mails from
Missouri to the'Paoiflo by railroad.
Mr. Grow will shortly introduce a bill for
the admission of Kansaa into the Union.
Private accounts from the Bio Grande repre
sent the statements of affairs In that qsarter
m much exaggerated, the object being to
offord restless adventurers a pretext for cross
ing into Mexloo. . Apart from the OortinM
band the Moxloans are represented as exceed
ingly friendly. .
A report prevails that the Secretary of State,
Mr. Cms, has been attacked with serious Ill
ness. : .J , .
As the contest for House printing is close
the expected arrival to-morrow of Mr. Stall
worth is a matter of muoh interest among the
Democrats. . , ,
New Mexican Mail.
IsosriKDiRcs. February 13. The New
Mexican malls of the Si, 9th and 16th, ar
rived hut night. The mall party will have an
escort onoe a month until the Indian troubles
are over. . Parties at Santa Fe are preparing a
petition to annul the present contract, and
agreeing to carry the mail once a week and
furnish their own escort. : - ,
New York Bank Statement.
Nsw Yonc, February 13. Decreais in loans,
$766,364; decrease in specie, $30,734. Inorease
in circulation, $10,069. Decrease in deposits,
several arrests have been made for passing
spurious twos on the North River Bank. They
were a poor imitation. .
AM" A. A. Eyster, Clocks, Watches and
'ewibr, Bos. Ml and m Western-row. ...
jar Dagaerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannafoid's
drag-store, Pictures taken and ut In good oases
for twenty oeDte. Warranted to pleaaei
tVBlIDil, isn PhixohbU PtssBHTB.
OPIBA AND BRIDAL FANS :
Pearl Stick, white Silk, Plain: '
Pearl Stick, white 811k, Bilrerod; ' ... .
Pearl Stick, white Silk, Embroidered; '
" Pearl Stick, Parchment, Painted!
Ivory Stick Broad Taa, wblts, red, bine and pink
Bilks ... , . ,
Ivory Stick Bilvered, Spangled, Embroidered
Silk; ; , .
1 Ivory Stltk, elegantly Painted Silk;
Sandal-wood Stick, broad Bilk, all
' colors. '
Hair Fins, bloe and Gold, Coral and Gold;
Head-dresses, bine and Gold, Ooral and Gold;
Card Cases, carved and plain Pearl, Shell,
Porto-monnales, with chain, Leatker, Silver, Velvet;
Stereoscope and Views; ,
- Steel Bracelet! and Brooches;
Steel Buckles and Slides;
Coral Necklaces and Ties. .
Just received, a line of elef suit Elastics:
With Bows, Bosettes, and in Embroidery; ,
White, blue, pink and crimson Silk;
, Drab, lavender, green and straw-colored Bilk;
. Silk, Velvet, Kid, Buckskin and Thread. .
Is a lady's dress "au fait" without beautiful dar
ters? JOHN D. PABK,
. Northeast comer Fourth and Walnut-streets.
COOPER. fin llnndav tivenlnir. Vnhrnarv 13. at t
o'clock, at ft. John's HotpitaL of congestion of the
brain, Mr, Charles S. Goopur, printer, in the thir
tieth year of his age,
HU funeral will take place Ihle afternoon at 4
o'clock, from the reaidenco of Mr. Borer, Mo. CM
i inn-Herpes, oeiween wooa ana uanai.
TsiltBT. On Moudar morning. Ifebrtiarr 12. at
SM o'clock, of oon.uniptiou, Cbanea W. Terry, aged
iwamy-Miree years, ne mourns ana eignifen aays.
His funeral will take pUce train trm resilience of
his mother, No. Ut Went Fiftb-etreet, comer of
Westrn-row. on Wednesday afternoon. 15th. at 2
o'clock, friends ot tbe family are respectfully in
vited to attend without further notice,
BBOWN.-On Sunday morning, I2ih Inat, Mrs.
Bebecca Brown, I n ber aerenty-fourlij year.
The funeral will be attended this uiorninaat In
o'clock, from the relilenc of her son, Samuel O.
Brown, no. 44 Kan roartn-etreet.
WKIOHT.-Ou fiundar. the 12th Inst., at the real.
dence of her nephew, itayls 8. fluut, Mrs. Both
wrignt, nga eigmy-iwo years.
Mrs. Wneht ratlded for the last flfrv years in the
Third Ward of the city of New Tork, sod will be
well remembered by the old Knickerbockers of Park-
rilace. Bar remains will be taken to Columbus for
i j IP... t. i , , . ... n mr : tt .
youngest son of J. uud Tjydia Gelvin, aged one year
and six months.
! ; : ' Lecture by
HENRY J. RAYMOND,
(Of TEE NEW-TOHK TIMES,)
THE LATE WAB. IK ITALY,"
Tuesday Evening, Feb'y 14,
AT SMITH A NIXON'S BALL. -Admission,
25 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock : Lec
ture to commence at 8 o'clock. ' - fell
fwC"yA MEETING OF THE CUT-
M CINCINNATI TYPOGRAPHICAL
UNION No. I will held THIS (Tneaday) AFTER
NOON at 3 o'clock, at Fraklln Hail, Tine-street,
for tbe vamose of attendlnir the faneral of .oar
late fellow-craftman Charles Cooper. By order.
MASONIC A SPECIAL
MEKTINO of CINOINNATI B. A.
:R, NO.S, will be held THIeKTiies-
tniflu.u nau-sais six o-oiock. iui
work tn the ttoral Arch Degree. A fall at-
tendance is requested. By order of the H. E. B. P.
rem- - . a. wutuumh, secretary.
th?7yU O. O. F. FUNERAL -NO-IA
TICE The officers and mem- ...ww
tiers or amkkiuan LVlHiS, Mo. 170,.
L U. O. V., will meet at their Vail, cor . It
ner of Eighth and Western-row, on
WEDNEa&AT AFTERNOON, at 1
o'olock, to attend the funeral of Bro, Charles W.
Terry. Hemben of other Lodgei ia good staodins
are Invited to attend.
, . 4UU a. JtBEB, Permanent SeoreUrr.
feb (Ohtrge Times.)
fOUIO MECHANICS' IKIJTI.
fc- TTJTI.-Heetlng of the members of the
fJ.iT I. will be held THI8(Tue.dey) KVINIKO, in
tbe basement, for tbe purpose of electing a "nom
inating Committee," who will eelect a ticket of of
fleers for the ensuing year, to be voted oa at the an.
nual masting on the aeoond Monday in Marob. A
full attendance is desired.
telle- v. v. whithor, Secretary.
r?7HILBLAIN AND FROST.
IhSW ' BD IKBT. Palmer'e Vegetable Ooemetlc
a w utoiimiiii. romeuy nr tneae great
annoyances. It not only effect, a complete care.
Jften by one thorough asplhsatien. but it decreases
sale by drogfelita generally. '
; . BOIOH PALMCB. Asmt. . :
ne Mo. St West onrtbreet.
VJr Oianiman, Dec. IT, 18M,-Mr. 8. Palmer
Dear oirt Dome Ave yean slno.1 reoeind a severe
nmry on y left arm, near th. elbow, slooe which
" uaiu, thivw iinmiw mum
anoeeM, I was induced to try your Vegetable Oos
njetic Jboclon, and am happy la Informing yon that
tkeateofbalf a bottle hu left my arm as smooth
tiu a. n iivh uiBvwv M ill UMa
'-( r JfsT w.BAmoown.
I -J . . Ko-lWe.tThlrd-.treet.
For .ale M SmvtfleM ...nK...
Palmer's Vegetable Voem.tio Loiloe.and acoentof
del Mo. S Vest Toorth-.treet. Olnoinn.fi o
f"7KEWBIED1 'S MEDICAL DIS.
kvr..iX!TIilT acaowled,J by the most em
sent physicians, and by th. most eav.ful drnnlst.
throughout tbe Doited State., to be tbe most effectual
blooo.poriAer.TjT knows, and to have relierad more
smrertMi and .fleeted more permanent cure,, than
8nr'.fc,J,r"ikJ,0WB $t rofetslo. Berofula,
SaltBheum, tryatpelaa, Scald-head, scaly sreptiouii
of whatMCvw aatare, ere ctrad bv a few bottbe. aod
tbesysum restoitofullstrangth and vigor, foil
Kd explicit direction, for theonreor uleeraled sore
js, and other corrupt and running nicer., I. given la
ine penopc iei witn eacu oollle. Tor sale by JOHII D.
ava, rmsst, saw-ar
PBICES MARKED DOWN.
-Of- -:. """" .
. ..( ' . -IN- J' :.u
' v Rich and Desirable
ft ! Flounced Silk Robes,
i At !, 7S, 7X and $L , i ,
Wool Delaines !
; At SO and 3TX eenfe, '
, , At 13, IS nnd 20 eenta, : r.
ENGLISH PLAID ; VALENCUS !
; At 15, worth 38 eenta. -. , , .
PLAIN FEENCH MERIN0ES,
". Ia Bleh t'olers, at 60 eeatts. j '
At 33 sutd 37c, worth 50c. '
SPLENDID DRESS SELES!
At Kednced Prices.
Ladles' Blch Velvet and Cloth
At fJnusual Barsralns.
Ladies' Gents) and Children's Ho
' siery and Underwear. .
., . . , and : ' " -:
PLAID WOOL SHAWLS,
At $!, worth (it and $6, worth $8.
74 WEST F0FRTU-STREET,
: tf13aw) -
WHERE SHALL I DINE P
-ao to ' '"'
No. 251 WalnuUstreet,
A few ooors shove Sixth, next door to Todd's Oyster
Depot and Hotter Store.
Bonos, Oysters, dame, fish, Meats, Tea, Coffee,
Ac, cooked in a clean and wholesome manner, free
from grease or slope.
A few gentlemen can obtain board bv the day or
week, en very reasonable terms, tangle meals, all
theet ceteras included, of the best, It cents. Uall
and try. fou
THE OFFtCE OP TUB QtJEBIT CITY
INSURANCE COMPANY hat been removed
from Uo. IS Front-street to tbe
On the north side of Third-street, between Walnnt
aud Vine, Mo. 6-1. C'h. Vom.) feHawMlp
EVERGREEN TRIM MINQ3 For doo"
oratinK, furnished tn order, riowls the time
to order for the Hid . It. Q. CBAIO A UO.'S, ,
feUa So. aiaBlxth-etreet.
S HA DEI SHADE 1 Shade-trees furnished
and slanted to order bv ...
Mo. 211 bixih-etreet.
ELIZABETH BHOLL vs.-J AO OB S.
B hOLL. 20,078. Common Pleat:-Divorce.
defendant is notified Ibat Elisabeth Sholi did, on the
17th day ofjaunsry, A. V. lfOfl, i. her petition
against him lu the office of tko Clerk of the Uourt
of Common Fleas, within and for Hamilton Oonnty,
ti'ate of Ohio, chargins the said Jacob 8. (Jholi
" with willful absence for mors than three yean"
and "gross neglect of doty," and-asking for a di
vorce irom the eaid Jacob si. Hnoll ; also for ali
mony. Said petition will be for hearing after the
lapto of six weeks after the date of this publication.
TRUMAN OOJUKUJi, Attorney for Plaintiff.
February IS, I860. felifiaw
! Of AM, DESOBirTIONS. -
GEORGE A. PETER,
Ho. 137 Wees Flflh.etreet.
.tT. wty per cent, cheaper than elsewhere In
the city. felScm
I HOUSE-MOVING, r -
HAVING BEEN ' E N GAG E D FOR
. many yean In raising honaee, girders, floors
and roots, and being wall supplied with too t of all
kind, required for tneh work, I feel aeenred that I
can giro satisfaction to any one who may favor me
with a call, at tbe corner of Hopkins and Outter.
fe7am . . .. WM. t. OOTTtll.
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL REOPEN
his school, at 364 Bevenlh.street, on MOW.
DAT next, Vobraary 6, and continne till the end of
Jane- There will be ianght the natial branches of
an Snglish Edticatloo, the varione branches of the
Mathematios, tbe Latin, Greek and Frenoh- Lan.
f ,1S?, r theBngllsbjIzOi orft per month)
for the other branches, $30, or 6 per month. Pupils
charged from the date of entry. "
,fe3bw GEOBOll OLIT1.
Perfumery and ToUet Articles.
EVERT VIRIETY OP CHOICE PER
n.i. FRMSR.r,J'!,t Alleles, c, consisting of
uV0J1,,H"lr Tonics, Jtatraets for the Handier.
chief, Pomatums. Hair Dyes, Colognes, Bay Bom,
ir- -w V.T "r jy vnmmm, looin rowaera,
Tooth Washes, Xoitet Sora, Toilet Powder.. Ao. ,
for sale by flOIBTitOK8TBI AOfi!.
, aouna ana rine. streets,
felse Oenosita the Pninfflu
! ; Crane's Tooth Powder.
7E MANTJ7A0TTJRB, UNDER THE
direction of Dr. Henry Crane, his celebrated
(Montoamegma, whioh, after having been thoroughly
tested for number .of years, it admitted to rank
among the safest and moat efficient Tooth Powdors
made. , dUlfiJB. KUK8TEIH A CO.,
feis " Oppe.ltetltePo.tofllce.-
Wood's Hair Restorative.
GROSS WOOD'S HAIR RISTOBA
T1YX received and for sale by" :' . )
BD1BX, ICKBTCIK CO., .
: Oppaiite the Postofflce. .
I2.ENUINB OLD PALM SOAP IN BARS,
a very superior article for the bath and tolleS,
Porsaleby, 8CIBI, ECKSTEIN A 00., ,
fal 1 Opposite the Postofflce,
BARRELS ALUM RECEIVED AND
tivT for sale by
... , 8TJIBK, IOK8TBIN A OOi k
ftlSe , OppoalUthePoetoflloe, .;
MA0CAR0NI -AND VERMICELLI, AO.
.lost received, an Invoice of genuine Italian
Macearonl and Vermlcllai also, git eaae. Cooper'.
Shred and Sheet lalnalaH, and 100 ilotei) Cox's
Sparkling OelaUne. For tale by
felS Marlonal Theatre Bnlldint. 8ycamor;.t.
CREAM, CHEESE JTJ8T RECEIVED,
4 cask, very siiper lor Cream Cheeee. For pale,
wholsml. and reiatl, by .; - ,
fe8 M aad Braa.h btore S4S Wt f oerthjtv 1
B but k co '8 watek-ci&ceej2
Juet rewind, 30 can. Bent A Co.'. oelebrated
Water Orackera. JTor sal., wboleaale and retail, by
i , a. Mcdonald a oo..
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS 'w:
GROVER & BAKER'S
Now and Improved .',
SHUTTLE ! Oil: LOCK STITCH -
The best and only Machines In the market snitabls "
LOW puicjfi OJ JBiau. , ,
. SBWINQ IHAOaiNS CO,..U-, .j
58 West rotirth-street. -
' fjat8tfl ' ' .,.
, JANUARY 25, 1860.
BRADLEY & WEBB
Hsve this day removed to their HIW 8TOBI, , ,
135 ' 3Cs1i2.-q1;';'"
Where, with greatly-Increased facilities, they will ;
' u ecntlnnethe , 1 :
j " : job PEBfim-::r:;:i':i;;:
Blank Book Manufacturing Business. .
, ' - QaMtf-tdp) . ..
75 Cass. Business Coats;
64 Cloth Frock Coats; -100
pairs Fancy Cais. Pants ;
33 Cassimere Vests ; ;
75 Silk Vests;- " :i
' sar The above will be sold at cast prices to does
Winter Stock. ,,
T. W. SPRAQUE V CO.,, ..
laascw , S, B, corner Fourth and VlneHrts.
THE ' SUBSCRIBERS SAVE TAKEN
th. store lately ooonpled by Henry Vails, - i ,
No. 65 WestTonrtn-street,
And will keep always on hand One of the larfest
stocks and the latest patterns of .....
To be found In the oonutry, which they offer at '
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. '
At prices beyond competition.' "
8. HOLMES &. SON,
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
js27amf ' Adjoining Pike's Opera-honsc. ;
Cincinnati Fuel Co.,
COIL TAB D AN OFFICE,
NO. 103 EAST TH1RD-8TREET.
Delivered at the lowest market rates. '
at Orders solicited and promptly executed.
feWim W. M. HUBBILL, Secretary,
( I . ... " '
I HAVE ' REMOVED MY SEAL EN
OBAVlNQand Light Machine Works to the Una
and elegant building
No. 61 West Fourth-street,
Between: Walnut and Vine, Third Floor.
IT YOTJ WANT A SXAL PRESS;
IF TOD WANT A BXWIHQ MAOHnjB;
If yon wane any kind of light MACHINERY mad. or
repaired, tUVE UK A CALL.
faMtf P. B7AS8, Js.
w. m. f. hewson; yi
AncUoneer, and Stoek aud Bill Broker,
' So, S8 Third-st., Basement of llasonic Balding.
Stocks and Bonds bought and soil on commissien. .
4 Mercantile Paper and Loan, negotiated.
'.Motet, iHTidenda and Interest Oonpona oolleeted. .
'. ! ' AUCTION BAXiBS " " -'"-Of
Stock., Bonds, !Beal Istate, Ac,' on any ear re
sasr Ths patronage of the public Is respectfully so.
Hoi ted. ; Ja2ftcm
Fancy Articles. '
WORK-BOXES; IVORY TABLETS; .
Jewelry Boxes ;. Pearl Watoh stands ;
JewelCaaaeUi Bohemia Toilet Bottles ;
Uard-caaee: . Bohemia Jewel Boxee ;
Pocket-books; . ,.; Tooth and Nail Brashes ; , ,
Pearl and Ivory Porte- Oombeaod Balr Braabet; 1
moonales; Flesh and Cloth Brushes; ,
Berlin Wire Porto-monnaiee. Ac. . ; 1
For sale by . - ALBEBT BOeB, Drnggitt,
fe7 K, W. cor. Klgbth-st. and Woatern-row. '
FINE IMPORTED HAVANA CIGARS,
of tbe choicest brands, tor sale by '
ALBBttT B088. Druggist, " J
fe7 H. W. cor. Bhrhthmt andTWeetern-iow. '
BRLS. IRISH MOSS. JUST RE- !
UE1VED and for sale by
L, " ALB1IBT B08S, Dreggist,
g. W. cor. Elghth-.t. and Weetern.iew.
t " :" VAsffVA9rtnuns op :; ,-..u
f I AND, CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, -Career
Jahaaa.1, Water SMCiaolasuatI,0.
RARE CHANCE The advertiser, doing
good business as gold and silver plater, being .
compelled to return Kaatoa bosinuse,wlU sell bis,,
recipes and appamlns on easy term.. All the In- -strnctlon
required will be givei free of charge.
This Is a rare obanoe for a man' of .mall meaua.
Call soon. Address HIN K8 A LU, 121 fcUlm4treet.V
CHOICE GREEK AND BLACK TEAS at
,. " i ' A. A. OOLTBB'S,
rfos.MS and Saf Main -street
CHOICE MOCHA, JAVA AND RIO '
COFf BBS at ' r A. A. OOLTEB'R. , . ,
nui.ai.ui hi saain.revi.
CRUSHED, POWDERED.' CLARIFIED
end Choice N.O. Sugar, at ' r
f t "Tata, ooltib-s. " '
! fell Ttna.gl, and 831 Maln-.traet. "1
RAI8IN8, CURRANTS, CITRON. FWS
and Prune, at A. A. OOLTKBMJ,
tell goe.8laad ai Maln-etreet.
SPICED SALMON AND SMOKED DAL-V
, IBOTatv. : A. A. OOIiTBB'S,"
fell - Hoe, lis an Ml tsain-atreet.
riQX0VLlk ?INK BIS0TJIT-A rery Una
J BIsepJtlbr tea. Ao.,at . rEBOUSOS'S.
fe Oorner ninth and Vlnxtreets.
COALp OILTAT 'NIllETY CENTS Tbe
beat In the market. All kind, or tampe altered
to burnOoalOllal . I EWOOdOK'h.
I . ff-.ljnrner Ninth And Vlr
s v n 'iTimescepy., ,1 T
AtEMr MAPLE MOLA88E3 A pureartl-'
cOf awXaf4sl?pM. "t rxyfrM at
sx.i ja r OenterH nth aad Vtn.-.tnLa...
fRANELIN TYPE AND BTXREOTTPfl