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THE DAILY PENNY PRESS—REDUCTION
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la trier ta mttt the aftea xsrad
withe at aar frlead la the eiiiirri waa
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Paper, we hay redacwtl la ariea of aar
aabecrlptlosi rroaa toar la larea dollar awr
year, payable la all aaeea la advaaaa. Far
aay lea aerled thaw ynur aar lerau
will be at the eld rata af bar dollar.
Three dollar barely laffloe te aay for the
bleak paper we ae la primla It, yet we
mra deteratlaed la We the aeaatrr atei
Chun, ii well aa ear elty patrewe, the
heayet aad beet paper ever published la
the Qaeea City. The Preee faralahea the
aame Blarket aad Telegraph reparta srlvea
by ear larger eateeiyererlee, with a greater
warlety of eeaeral aad aatseellaaeoaa read
lac. . " r ,
The Proposed New Bank for Cincinnati.
The mechanics and aaaaafaotareri of oar
elty hare appointed a committee to report a
plan of a Bank of Deposit for the adranee
mnt of the interests of those especially eon
nected with the working trade.
How oan the get a charter It an important
question, after determining what kind of a
bank ii needed. Mr. Rowa and Mr. Hughes,
both expert la the purohate tnd tale of money,
hare been added to the eommittee, and we
presume an able report will be famished in
week or o. , . .. , w , , ' ,. t ,.. . , ..
It wai Brat thoaght that a eoiperetlon could
be formed for the purpose under a general law
Legislation no doubt will ba required. Some
aay to avoid the tax, which here are to high,
a charter eaa ba obtained anion, the Legisla
ture granted to Kenton Saving! Institution In
It it a matter of feet that tinea the failure of
Emead and Ellis & Stargea, very lrge sumi
of money, baianoet of merchant! and manu
facturers of this city, aie kept in Banks of
New i ork. It is contended by knowing ones
th at a Deposit Bank, with a large capital, say
a million of dollar! of stock, would be a great
blessing to the eity, by earning this money to
remain in circulation here, and help to build
up our own city and citizens. -
Napoleon Seeking Footsteps of the
The morals of the French Emperor, it may
be, are properly interpreted by Mr. Raymond,
who so charmingly discoursed to our citizens
last night of the "Army of Italy" and of the
palioy of Napoleon. Th create now trans
piring give a re-awakened interest to the lan
guage of the first manifesto issued by Napo
leon III on departing for Italy. He said: "I
wish not for eonauest, but I am determined
irmly to maintain my national and traditional
polity. I boldly arow my sympathies with a
people whose history is mingled with our own,
and who now groan under foreign oppression.
"The natural allies of France hare always
been those who desire the amelioration of the
human race, and when she draws the sword it ia
not to govern, but to free. The object, then,
0 f this war is, te restore Italy to herself, not to
1 mpote upon her a ehange of masters. We do
not enter Italy to foment disorder, or to dis
turb the power of the Holy Father, whom we
replaced upon his throne, bat to remove from
him this foreign pressure, which burdens the
whole peninsula, and to help to establish the
order bated upon lawful satiated interest In
see, then, we enter upon this elastic ground,
rendered Illustrious by so many victories, to
seek the footsteps of our fathers."
This is a short word, shorter than the word
guano, given by Rev. Mr. Roberts, of Wales,
no ( JEejnnessee, to a compound of manures
for a iSW. The Peruvian Government
haviog refuted the American vessels supplies
of guano, it may be the means of turning the
attention of residents of cities to the impor
tance of manures of a valuable quality abund
ant at borne, whioh we pay to have bauled
away, for which vast sewers are erected to
drain off aad waste. The time will come
soon, however, when animal manure, so
abundant in cities, will be carefully collected
and transported by rail to the fields in the
country which' are laagulshlng for such a
rich fertiliser. The euphonious word en, will,
perhaps, become of general rue.
The States of the Church, under the sover
eignty of the Pope of Boms, were aasigned to
the Pontiff in 1816 by the Congress of Vienna.
The chief cities are Bologna, Anoona, Ravenna,
Perugia and Terrara. It is claimed now that
the people of the Legationa are unwilling that
the Pope should rule over there. The Duchies
are likely to be annexed to Sardinia, and aend
their delegates to the Parliament at Turin.
Napoleon reminds the Pontiff of the logic of
facts, and to these a now. Congress will conform.
The prospects of a railroad from the At
lantic to the Pacific attracts general remark,
when the gentlemen of various portions of the
United But, who have the most experience
in building and conducting railroads, have
combined to ask a charter from Congress.
The routes contemplate a branch to California
and Oregon. The names of Presidents Wm.
H. Clement and S. S. L'Hommediea, of this
city, are oa the list of Directors.
A Cincinnati Whitney.
It ia stated that the manufactured product
of the cotton need la worth one hundred mil
lions of dollars. Mr. William R. Fee, of Cin
cinnati, has in practical, successful operation
a machine which takes off the hull ,of the
cotton seed, and fit the kernela to be protfia
bly pressed in hit superior oil press.-
The Mechanic's Success.
The motto "know thyself reallied, is power.
The mechanic, the man who makes what the
people wants, is the man of the day, and for
all time be must know and appreciate himself.
He must know what fits Una for noeesi in hit
basinets knowledge, temper and lime.
A Word to Encourage the Laborer.
Take pleasure ia year but ia est and it will
become your recreation. Hope for the best,
provide for the worst, and bear whatever
SoLiair OrroBTuairr roe H usance. A
man who ia tired of his wife has only te take
bar to Japan. A traveler whe went there
lately, aeeompanied by hi wife, had several
good offers for her, in money! ,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION.
WASHINGTON, February 14.
SENATE. The Chairman ' presented the
Kansas Constitution of the Wyandot Conven
tion. ?. 4 :vs5-v.
Mr. Seward moved Its) referenot to the Com
mittee on Territories.
Mr. Brown offered a resolution that the com
mittee inquire whether the provisions of the
r.ogmn uui are complied with.
Mr. Seward asked for the ayes and nays.
Mr. Pugh taid he would go agalntt all In
tti action. He wanted it to go to the oommit-
iet in an untrammeieu lorm. .
Mr. Seward said it waa too early to bring
up this question. The Senator from Missis
sippi would obtain the information be de
tint by making a separate motion. He would
alwaytvote for resolutions asking forinfor
mation, but he wanted thii presented teya
rately. .... ,. , , . , . ,,,,
Mr. Mason said a statute existed that Kan
tat thould not be admitted aa a State until a
certain population had been found by a census,
Kansas could not come in at a State until
she possesses the requisite population.. The
resolution only looked to information whether
the law had been complied with. ' If the law
requiring a certain population to exist prior to
mo admission so wrong, ist uui do repealed,
but while it was a law it should be respected.
Mr. Brown said the Constitution of Kansas
wai framed in criminal violation of the lawt
of CottKrets. Now was the croner time to
make the inquiry. He wanted information,
and if it thould prove that the act of Congress
had boon set at naught he would feel con
strained to vote against the admission of
Mr. Pngh was entirely opposed to the na
torn of instructing committees and taking from
them all disoretion. If the act of Congress
had been violated he would vote against the
admission of Kansas, but if it were oorreotly
ascertained that the had the requisite popula
tion no wouia not stiotis auoui lormt. it wai
accessary that the fact should be ascertained
by the federal cental. Congress had voted
no means to take the census herself.
Mr. Bayard said the resolution waa not in
the form of an instruction, but merely looked
w tne making oi a certain inquiry .
Mr. Doolittle moved to amend the resolution,
by inttruoting the committee to report a bill
for the immediate admission of Kansas under
the Wyandot Constitution.
Mr. Pugh still taid he would vote againtt
all inttraotions, but ht could vote for Mr.
Brown's resolution merely oi Inquiry.
The chair said he mast, under tbe rule, call
np as the speoial order the bill prohibiting tbe
issue of bank notes under twenty dollars in the
District of Columbia. By general oonsent,
however, petitions and reports were received.
Mr. Harlan presented a petition in favor of
repealing the fugitive-slave law.
Mr. Gain introduced a resolution instruct
ing th Committee on Military Affairs to in
quire into the expediency of tasking provision
lor tbe payment of the Indian War debt of
: Mr. Haun Introduced a bill for the com trac
tion of a railroad from the Mississippi River
to the eastern boundary of California. .
Mr. Fitipatrlok introduced a bill to pro
vide for the examination of claims of citiiens
of Georgia and Alabama for losses sustained
in the Creek Wax of 1820. Referred.
Mr. Brown's retolutiont were called up.
Mr. .Hale spoke at length on the slavery
question, and in defense of New Hampshire.
mr. xoomos repuea.
Mr. Doolittle said he would answer the ar
guments of the Senator from Georgia at a fu
Xna subject was postponed.
After an Executive session the Senate ad
HOUSE On motion of Mr. Grow the Dow
ers of the Speoial Committee on Printing, au
thorized to be appointed yesterday, to be en
larged, so mat they may inquire into the price
paid for binding by Congrats, and the laws
regulating the same, and to make similar
inquiries into the price paid for engraving
and paper, and alto the publication and bind
ing of the Ongrtmmal Olott, and to report
the facta on the tubjeet whether, in their opin
ions, any changes in the existing laws govern
ing the public printing in connection with the
iiieouuv Bureaus, are necessary to be made,
with power to report at any time.
Mr. Burnett understood these subject! were
considered by a special committee last session.
Did they ever make a report?
Mr. Grow said that the eommittee was the
same at the one now ordered. They made the
invettigation, but were not authorized to re
port at any time and tbe call for their report
was never reached. If it had been they were
prepared to report a bill on the subject. He
wanted to allow this committee to report at
Mr. Burnett "I am agreed to that."
Tbe Speaker announced the pending busi
ness to be the election of a Printer.
On motion of Mr. Phelps there was a call of
Mr. Anderson, of Mo., moved that the Houte
resolve itself into a committee of the whole on
tne state of tbe Union and take up the Post
office Appropriation Bill. Estimating the dam
ages at six per cent, on the sum dae the con
tractors, the amount is $1,000 per day, and
thete contractors are being ruined.
Mr. Washburae thought that the House had
better have one more vote for Printer and if
the question was not then determined they
could then take up the Postoffice Appropriation
Mr. Anderson's motion waa disagreed to by
" The Speaker requested the tollers to resume,
tbeir places at the desk to record votes for
Mr. Hill moved to tdjourn.
Mr. Morris, of 111., said the Democrat
were willing to take a vote for Printer to-morrow
and not before.
Tbe motion to adjourn was lost.
Mr. Barksdale proposed that by treneral
consent the subjeot be passed over till to-morrow
at one o'clock.
Mr. Sherman would not obieot if sunn waa
the general understanding. This wt acquiesced
Mr. Sherman reported a bill for the mt.
ment of invalid and other pensions: a bill for
support to the military academy) and a bill
lortue payment oi consular and diplomatic
expenses. They were referred to the Com
mittee of the Whole.
The PostoSce appropriation bill was taken
up. Tbe Senate amendment, abolishing the
franking privilege, waa rejected. The oom
mittee rose and reported the bill to the House.
me senate amendment, directing the Post
office Department to blank of contract printed,
ivm .grwju u; iwiozi. xne otoer amend
ment! of the Senate were concurred in. Mr.
Spinner's amendment, abolishing the Post
office Department, was rejected. Adjourned.
BotLiaoroB, N. J.. February 14. The
Knight Templars of the Stat of New Jersey,
met in this city to-day and elected th follow
W. H. Doggetts, E. O. Commander; E. C.
Taylor, . Deputy 0. Commander; Theophilut
Flsk, Generalissimo; Jno. Heltin, Q. Captain
General; W. Wallace Goodwin, Grand Senior
Wardens B. T. R. Applegate, G. Junior War
den; G. B. Edwards, 0. Treasurer; 0. 0. MU
ner, G. Recorder; T. J. Carson, G. Standard
Bearer; A. G. Gilkison, G. Sword Bearer: F.
Ganaltt, G. Warden.
The emeere were poblioly Installed in the
evening by Bir Anient iieremlan L. Hatohin
ten, wee acted at proxy lor tne urand Master
I us united b tales. -
PlTTitDto, February 14 P. M. River Ave
rest nine incnes by the peir mark, and faiiirg.
St. Louis, Fsbraary 14 P. M.-Jtivsr un
changed alnot noon. 'Snow fell to th depth
of aa inch this afternoon. Indication of
more eold weather. Mercury thlrty-foar de-
Additional Foreign News.
Naw Yost-, February 14. The Prince of
uraoge was on a visit to yueen victoria at
Windsor Ciitl. .
The London. Timet, In an editorial, explain t
the present' position of the Ban Joan diffi
culty. It tayt: "We have reatons to think
that the proposal made to the Amerloant are
seen as may; latriyi satisfy both countries.
Instead of standing out forth Rosarlo Chan
nel, and the whole group of islands as against
tne uenaro unannei, a tnira channel la pro
posed for the boundary line whioh will not
only evade the two disputed courses but will
leave the Americana in possession of the
largest share of the disputed territory. This
channel, in its course, cats off the Island of
ban J uan alone to the West, and, consequently.
leaves us with this island only, while the
Amerioaus will retain the remainder. So
considerable. In ftot, is the concession1 thus
made, that it reasonably suggests a little com
punctionj and we believe that th American
Government will be asked to give na the whole
of a certain coast of headland which the
Torty-ntnth parallel now exits in two. ' We u
hope thii reasonable proposal will be accented.
The riotout proceeding! at the Church of
at. uoorge't, in isaat London, reacned a moat
disgustful bight on Sunday, tbe 29th nit.
The church wss crammed with a notoy mob
who not only prevented the services from
being performed, but endeavored to demolish
the altar, and indulged in the pastime of
throwing about cushions, prayer-books. Ac.
The offioiala of the churoh were treated with
personal violence, and considerable property
was destroyed. The matter had claimed; the
attention of both Houtea of Parliament, and
the Government had promised measures to put
a stop id me uisgusung proceedings. ' "
Vance The Paris Univert is suppressed,
Tbe Uonittur, in publishing the decree of sup
pression, says among the reasons for the
measure is the irritating controversy of the
journal, by whioh religious opinion waa dis
concerted, the oountry agitated, and the fun
damental basis on whioh the relations betwoen
th ohuroh and civil society are established are
undermined. It It stated that the immediate
offense whioh led to the tuooreseion of the
Univert, wu the publication, on the 29th, of
an enojouoai latter ol the rope to tbe Arch
Bitbopt and - Bishops, in which he states the
motives of his refusal to accept the advice of
tne Jsmperor to give up the itomagna. inner
journals had been forbidden to publish the
letter, ina correspondent of a religions pert
odical had received a second warning. The
ManHewr of the Slat says the Government had
only deplored the irritating character of the
controversy on religious questions. The
Umveri having been suppressed, violent
artioles in reply to its provocation are henoe'
forth without motive and without excuse.
The whole press will understand that these
grave questions must be discussed with that
quietness and moderation whioh are required
by tbe interests of the public peace and re
spect for religion. -
A medal was about to be struck at the Parit
mint to commemorate the signing of the treaty
of Commerce between England and France.
Orders were received at Toulon to prepare the
Slated frigate Qiorit for sea with the utmost
ispatch. She carries thirty-six rifled trans
and a steel prow of enormous dimensions.
Her destination Is unknown.
The Paris journals publish a disoatch from
Chambtrg which ttatot that on the 27th the
party nottue to tbe accession of Savoy to
France made a demonstration. Nearly two
hundred and fifty persons assembled from all
parts of Savoy at the request of the cltisens of
Shamberg and asked information from the
Government as to whether it was the Intention
of the King of Sardinia to oede the province
to Franoe. The Governor replied that the
King would not willingly cede the Province.
The statement was received with loud cries of
five U Hoi. The population of Chamber
were oomplete strangers to the demonstration
which took place ia tbe street, and it was in
ferred that their feelings were ccnteauentlv
sympathetic with France.
'J. no raris Flour market bad declined lfisSf.
per Back. Wheat was also lower in most of
the provincial markets.. The Parit Bourse
was greatly depressed, and m fall off of 1 per
cent, had taken place. The panic is ascribed
by the Paris correspondent of tbe Daily Newt
to the breeoh between the Emperor and the
The Swiss Federal Counoii had drawn up a
oiroular despatch expressing alarm at the
possibility of the annexation of Savoy and
Nice to France.
Italy Count Cavour's contemplated visit
to Paris and London la temporarily postponed.
The Neapolitan General Anelli had de
manded reinforcements. It is stated that the
troops on the frontier were to be increased.
Atutria1 was considered not unlihelv
that a state of siege would be proclaimed in
Hungary as well as Venetia before long.
Agitation continually prevailed at Venetia.
In the course of one day seven officers were
attacked and wounded in Verona, and the
cavalry were ordered to clear the streets. At
tempts were made to hoist the tri-colored flag
at Chioggia, Portisco and Palestriana. Nume
rous individuals bad bsen arrested at Venice
for insulting persons promenading while mili
tary music waa Dimg pettormed. H
The authoritiea ot Venice had been made
acquainted with the determination of Austria
to retain that place and defend it to tbe ut
most. The India and China mailt from Calcutta,
December 22d, and Hong Kong, December 13,
have been delivered. Their newt waa gener
ally anticipated. .. . , .
The death of Nana Sahib wai regarded at
almost certain. He is said to have died oi
fever, and that bis chief adviser in the Cawn
pore massacre survives him but a few days.
The Hong Kong correspondent of th
Times, says the only point of importance was
the intended establishment, at Swatow, of
British and American Consura. . The latter
under the new American treaty, and the latter
claiming the most favored nation olause under
the old supplementary treaty.
- The Germantown, Po what tan and Hartford,
American-men-of-war, were all at Hong
Kong. . 8
Tan London Montr Mianr. The drain of
bullion on the Bank of England continued on
even a larger scale. The reported withdrawal
since the date of the last return amounts to no
less than 592,000. At the commencement
of business on the 81st, the announcement
went forth that the minimum rate of discount
was advanced from three to four per cent.
The price waa regarded with general satisfac
tion, but did not stop the drain of gold, the
withdrawal of that day amounting to 80,000.
The Kmi'i city article aayt there it a be
lief that th Bank minimum will yet touch
live per cent.; the pressure, however, it likely
to be more sharp than permanent. ,
ILateit by teletraata from Liverpool. 1
Madbio, Thursday. Yesterday a contider
able Moorith force attacked the right wing of
the Spanish encampment, but were repulsed.'
Th bpaaish;then made an attack on the Moor
ish lines, threw the Moors into disorder and
took their position, which they maintained to
the end of the fight The Spanith artillery
cauted Immense losses to the enemy, estimated
at 2,000, while their own losses were about
L Nord lavs an enevolioal letter was drawn
up by the Pope and Cardinal Antonell with
the greatest secrecy.
Gen. Garibaldi arrived at Milon on the 28th
from Como. with his bride.
A Turin letter says the military ties between
Sardinia and Central Italy are very positively
and openly being drawn closer, and they al
most authorise tbe assertion that a military
fusion is accomplished. The question being
discussed at Turin at the present time is how
the dt facto annexation will be effected, and it
it thought most probable that the deputise of
Central Italy will meet tint in their respective
capitals to decide whether they cnght take at
subjects of King Victor Emmanuel, tbeir
places in th National Parliament at Turin.
There can be no doubt their decitlon will be
in the affirmative. ', .,.r
The Hungarian protectant deputation bat
left Vienna without obtaining an audience of
the Emperor. Hit Msjesty offered to admit
to hit presence two members of tbe deputation
sep rately and as private individuals, but thii
was declined. . .., , . ,
of all the right! and privileges of their church,
and will accept nothing leas. If the Emperor
complies, it would b tantamount to a confes
sion that the Austrian policy for the iut two
years naa completely mica, una iias w tue
other must in tbe end give way, and a tiolent
Iwuggle It leered. ; I
Naw Yoki. February 14. Tbe : Etrald't
correspondent tayt: "R. N. Sherman, of New
York. baa been aoDoinUd Chief Clerk by Mr.
Forney. Mr. Walker, at the request of
nearly afl the Republicans, will bs retained
as Reading Clerk. Mr. Chaffee, a member of
the Thirty-fourth Congress, hat been appointed
Librarian of the House., , John Botsinf, of
New York, has been appointed Stationery
Clerk. The statement that Mr. Knowlton,
ex-member of Congress from Main, haa bjn
appointed Superintendent of the Folding-room
is incorrect." -: .-.., -,.' '.'-
' WikSRtRoroK, February 14. Th report last
night cf th lilne cf Mr. Cass is moon exag
gerated. It was a s'.igfui attack, from wufoa he
has recovered, and to-day ia attending to hit
business In the State Department. ; -The
Rannblieau Senators intend having a
conference this week on the subjeot of the
Mexican treaty. At least nve of tueir num
ber will be necessary for its ratification, in
addition to the Democratic vote, apart from the
effects of tbe treaty. The question as to the
legal power of the constitutional party to
enter into the arrangement, if considered of
primary importance to determine. " '
Th treaty will not be reported from the
Commissioner On Foreign Relations until the
result of th conference is known.- ' There
does not teem to be any disposition to make
the treaty a striot party question.
The Postoffice Appropriation Bill will, to
morrow, be returned to the llenate, whioh will
surrender the abolition of the franking privi
lege amendment, in viow of the two-third
vote of the Houte given against it -
Mr. Burnett has given notice to effect the
object as an independent measure. 1
So far the Senate Harper's Ferry uommtttee
has made no important new discoveries or
added any material facts not known before.
Its proceedings exoite no public interest what
ever. - ' - " -
Cant. Bavaee. of the Naw. died hare to-dav.
after a short TllneBS.L He entered the service
CiBBOHOaLi, PatTH.. February 14. Our City
Hall and the Court-house and jail attached
were this morning set on fire by a prisoner and
entirely destroyed. The fire is still raging,
and other property is In danger.
FtDtaiL Rioairra tan ExrunriDBia.
The receipts of the United States Treasury,
for the quarter ending Deoember 1869,
amounttd to $15,580,003, inoludlng $10,785,
849 from customs, $445,536 from publlo lands,
and $4,004,500 from treasury notes. The ex-
fenditnres for the aame time reached $14,025,
28, including $4,720,083 for the War Depart
ment, $2,067,496 for the navy, $4,028,424 for
civil, foreign intercourse, Ac, and $3,140,250
for interest on public debt, payment of treasury
nOteS, fc. , , ;i .. ,H v -; ;
A Popuub Book. Of Mr. Robert Dale
Owen's Book entitled FootfalU on Ike Bomdarg
f Another Ytarld, four thousand copies were
ispcied cf within the first thirty days after
its publication, and the third edition of two
thousand copies ia going off rapidly. This it
a remarkable example of the rapid lale of a
work ot the kind. , .. .
AoTccaicr or thi Kitchin. Where It the
young kousekeeper of sufficient moral courage
to contradict bar cook, wnen the says mat
beef steak pudding should be served with
wine-stuce. and that at the very least it takes
a bottle of port to make it? ,
it A. A. Kvster. Cloaks. Watches and
Jemlry.Nos. Ml and 171 Western-row.'.' .
Daguerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Blxth and Western-row, over Eannaford's
drug-store. Picture taken and ut in food
for twenty oeola. Warranted to please:
WITHERS BOBE80N At the Gait Home.
Febrnaryia, by WUIlam Obidsey. Esc, Thaddeut
W. Wethers to Elite Bobeeon, both of Oeder drove,
Indiana, -i- . ; -... . f. -.
WOODWARD-BEEVIS-On the Sth Inat.. by the
Ritv. Mr. Smith. Mr. Joaenh Woodward to Mlaa
ithoda Beeves, ail of Cincinnati. ' - . ..
EHN8T-On Mondst. 18th init.. at 8 o'clock A. M..
Andrew H. Krnst. loot and favorably known as one
of oar most useful citiiens.
His funeral will take place from the Unitarian
Church, corner of Bace and Fourth-streets, on
inmeuar, tneicm mat., at i r. m.
CH&MBBBMN-In Newport, at 1 o'clock A. M
fab. 14. 1HG0. David Gibson, second son ol Theodore
and the late Julia (JtiamberllD, born Sept. 29, IBM
Hi funeral will take place at 10 o'clock A. If,,
eDroary id. -
MADAME LOLA MONTEZ
, Will lvt her celebrated Lecture on .
ik John Ball at Uoine,"
On Saturday Evening, Feb. 18.
Tickets 25 cents, te be had at the Ball! Doors
open at 7 o'clook; to commence at 8. 'feltd
I. O. O. F THE OFFICERS
and Members of PHILA-
KLFHON KHOAMPMENT, No. 68.
will meet at tbeir Hall, corner of 56 .Jt
jtigntn ana w astern-row, on wtu. O-mW1'
o'clock, P. M.,to attend the fnneral of Patriarch
CHABLIS W. TIKBY. Members of other Encamp
ments iu good standing are invited to attend, i ,
By order of the O. P.
' feli-a J. B. MUBBAT, Bcribe.
fOharge Time -
I. O. O. F FUNERAL
HOB The officers and mem
Ure of AMKBIOAN LODGD, No. 170,
I. U. O. F., will meet at their Hall, cor-3l M
nor of Eighth and Western-row. ona
WEDNESDAY A1TEBHOON, at 1 m
o'clock, to attend the funeral of Bro. Charles W.
Terry. Members of other Lodge in good standing
are Invited to attend.
, , JOHH E. BXI8, Permanent Becretarr.
foHb (Oharge Times.)
M?N EMBERS OF THE CIHCIW-
U, NATI HOBTIUULTVRAIi SOCIETY,
iou an hereby notified of the death of Mr. A. B.
irnst, one ef onr moat esteemed and oldeet members,
whose labors in the caiua of HortlmiUiira mnA Po.
mology deeerve to receive onr united expression of
respect ana irmpatny witn the family. You are re.
spectfully invited to meet at onr Ball on THURS
DAY, 16th Inst, at 11 o'clock, to pane suitable resolu
tions, and to proceed in a body from thence to the
Church, eoutn-weet corner of Fourth andlBace
streets, to suite with other friends in paving our last
feub K. I, HOOPIB, Becretary.
frfCHILBLAINg AMD FROST.
, ID FSKT.-Palmer'o Vegetable Coametle
Lotion It the never-falling remedy for these great
auuvauvoe. xi nut uuij euocu a complete cure,
often by one thorough application, but it decreases
the liability to a return of the same difficulty. For
me dj uruggiiis generally.
: BOLotf PATjMTtt, Arnt,
de y - - Do. tt West Fourth-street,
rJ. CinnnUTi, Dee. 17, 186. Mr. 8. Palmer
peudlr: Come Ave years sine I received a severs
injurr on my loft arm. near tbe elbow, alno which
I have been greatly annoyed by a eutacoo disrate
on the asm. After using various remedle without
iaiuvot, a wm inuncea w try your vegeuiste we
luetic Lotion, and am happy In informing you that
the at of half bottle baa left my arm a smooth
O rat fully roars. '
JOHN W. DANKNUOWEB.
For sal bi dmrtlati
stsevenwhera. Be sure to get
Cosmetic Lotion .and accept of
, .SOLOWjf ALlkBB, AJnt. '
Palmer's Vegetable C
i de bo.M West Fourth -eta t, Cincinnati, O.
IREKMAR. M. D'. HAS HI!
v v a v t n 171 v lne-ttreet, east side, above
i;':T v--'-in- i V-', .
fi.j. , .AT -f - - .
iim r fiAcfi i iTiir
PRICES MARKED DOWN.
v 'CONTINUATION Ztv
Bich and Desirable '
Broche Silks, T - ')'
Flounced Silk Hobes,
At est is, bin St.
Wool IDelaines !
? i " ; i At SO and SIX cent. : ,r. ''
At Vtf 18 and !( ocnta. -Ti. r4.;. .
ENGLISH, PLAID VALENCIAS!
. At li, worth S3 cent. .: .,
PLAIN FRENCH MEROT0E8,
' la Rich (Jolors, at 60 cent. f ; , 7
At 93 and arXc, worth OOe. '
SPLENDID DRESS SUES!
; At ICeduced Prices. ''
Ladles' Klcb Velvet and Cloth
At Unusual Barcaln. :
Ladies' Gnts' and Children's Ho-
' ' siery and Underwear. " '
PLAID WOOL SHAWLS,
At $a, worth Qi, and J6, w'orth 88.
74 WEST FOURTH-STREET, '.
NO. 73 WEST FOURTH-STREET,
' OmOINNATI, OHIO, (DP STAIRS.) '
SEWING, EMBROIDERIES, SADDLERS'.
Tram, Organiine, Prino and Spool
SILK AND TWIST.
Flv hundred and two hundred yard Spool Cotton
- ana aeeaie lor ido various iinusoi
ATiSO -Jouvet's ona-dima Rnool but THRltlt-
COBD BI Lfi , oxpresslj lor Bowiog Macblnas,
JOHN H. JOUVET, Agent.
THOMAS JOBVET. ' fslScn
' ; MAavraonrm or '
Oak Tanned Leather Belting & Hose,
181 East Front-street,
BEIN& THE FIRST AND OLDEST
Manufacturer of Leather Beltlnsin Cincinnati.
la nrnared to furniah anv width, lenrth or thick nfuM
to th trade, and warrants his Belting equal to any
Parties wishing a good article of Leather Belting
would do wall to oall an J examine mr stock before
purchasing elsewhere.. Jtemember the old stand, lfd
Uaat Front-street. feloaw
REMOVAL. ' -
J O. FLICKNER HAS REMOVED HIS
Leather and Finding Store to Mo. 239 slain
street, four doors below With, lie returns his sin
cere thanks to his old friends and ustomers for their
liberal patronage, coping a continuance or the same,
feeling confident I oan offer groat Inducements,
buvera will do well to call and examine before nnr
(baaing elsewhere. felSaw
; IMPROTED T1UHT-6TITCH . j:
THE BEST, . SIMPLEST AND HOST
Durable Maohlne extant - , -
Call and see them. - ..';-'..
jaBtf ' 80 West Fourth-street. ,
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL' REOPEN
his school, at '264 Seventh-street, on HON-
nAV. VaK... . .1 lll .V. .
va, uuicnuiuMj v. .uu uvuiinu, un wo mu vi
Juno. There will be taught the usual branches of
an English Kducation, toe various branches of th
Mathematics, tbe Latin, Greek and French Lan-
?uages. Terms for the English, 820; orl per month;
or the other branches, f 30, or fo per month. Pupils
charged from th date of entry.
fe2bw GBOBOSI OLIVB.
RARE CHANCE. The advertiser, doing a
eood businesaaa add and silver slater, beint
compelled to return Kaston business, will sell his
recipes ana apparatus on easy terms. Ail tne in
struction reauired will be nrivea free of chane.
This i a tare chance for a man of small meaus.
Call soon. Address BINES CO., 121 Main-street.
MACCAR0NI AND VERMICELLI, AC.
Jut received, an invoice of genuine Italian
Maocaroni and Vermloella; also,' Xt oaaes Cooper'
Shred and Sheet lalnglasa, and 100 down Cox's
Sparkling Gelatine, for sals by
,.''' JOHN BATB8, '
felt Matlonal Theatre Building, 8ycamoret.
ta?-TKEVNEDY'S MEDICAL DIS
VViSae' OOTEBT Is acknowledged by the most em
nent physicians, and by th moat careful drusgitt
throughout th United States, to be the most effectual
blood-purlflar ever known, and to have relieved mora
suffering, and effected more permanent caret, thaa
any preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Salt Bheum, Erysipelas, Scald-head, soaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are cured by t few bottles, and
the syatem restored to fall strength and vigor. Full
and explicit directions for the our of ulcerated sore
legs, and o ther corrupt and running nice in. Is given In
the pamphlet with each bottle, for sale by JOHN D.
PAfitt. SniBB, KOKSTJUH A CO., an QEOBGK
.. DIXON. , Price SI. . . epli-ay ,
BNT k CO.'S WATER-CRACKERS
Just recelvt d, 30 cant Bent Oo.'s celebrated
Water Crackers. For sale, wholesale and retail, by
feia M and Branch Btore m West Fonrth-lt.
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS at
fell Not. 819 and Ml Main -street.'
CHOICE MOCHA, JAVA AND RIO
eornca at a. a. colteb-s,
fell Ko. IIS and Ml Maln-etreet.
CRUSHED, POWDERED. CLARIFIED
and Choice N. 0. Sugar, at
' ' A. A. OOLTBB'S, " '
fell Mot. sit andttl M.l..tlv
RAISINS, CURRANTS,' CITRON. FIGS
tad Prone at A. A. OOLTUb'b,
fell Kos.SISaad Hi tlaintW
SPICED SALMON AND SMOKED HAL
IBCT at - A. A. OOLTBB'S,
fcll Ms. IK an mi aala strtet.
VICTORIA ynxa BIBCUIT-A rry fine
Diaonit lor tea, c, at . flBQDSOll'B, i-
Corner Misith and Vlne-ttreels.
COAL. OIL AT NINETY CENTS Th
. k ""'A 'VAl! .' a" alnd of lamps alhwl
to burn Coal Oil at flBQCWJlT'S, . ,
' ' Corner Mlnth and Vine-streets.
EW MAPLE MOLASSE3.A aar arU-
cle of new ktapl Molasses just received at
.E AVE TOUR ORDERS f OR JOB W0R&
i at th Ptw Press OfflCM 1 .
,j tmJ,',., , , Vim "I
GROVER & OAKER'S
; New and. Improved
mTiiiU&Qtk "stitch f
Th best aad only Machines Id the markelnlUb) .
for alt kind of manuiaoturlng purposes i th f " .'
LOW PRICE OF jSO.
GROVER & BAKEn, r
I j " SEWING 'MACHINE Cft ' Vv '-'
-' 58 West Tourth-aareet.
I ' JANUARY: 25j 1860. 1
; Have this day removed to thelrpiIW, BTOKl, ,
Where, with greatly-Inoread taollitiet, the will
continue th : j. ; Mr . - . -
,wf'iu t 'BHPKG.nd
Blank Book Manuacturing B'islness. '
I l" (:- t. 'Ji
157 Overcoats J ' r
75 Cass. Business Coats;
64 Cloth Frock Coats;
100 pairs Fancy Cass. Pants ;
33 Cassimere Vests ; , v
75 'Silk Vests.'
tWThs abov will be sold at cost prices toclost
T. W. SPRAQUE tV CO., ,
i25cw , j B. K. comer tonrlh and Viu. sU.
rjIHE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN
M. tha store lately occupied by; Beary falls, .
No. 65 West Fourth-street.
i . - .
And will keep always an hand ona of th. largest
siocas sua in latest pattern ol
' i . . .
To ba bond la th country, which they offer at '
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
r j At prices beyond competition.
8. HOLMES & SON,
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
ja27mf ' . Adjoining Tike's Opera-house, .
, , Fancy Articles. : , (
WORK-BOXES j IVORY TABLETS j
Jew.lr Boxaa : Pearl Watnh arand. !
Jewel Gaskets; ' Bohemia Toilet Bottles '
(Jard'Caae.; "' Bohemia Jewel Boxes;
Pooket-beoks) " Tooth and Nail Brushes ;
Pearl and Ivory Porte- Combs and Hair Bntshes ;
. monneJee; Flesh and Cloth Brashes;
For salt by AlBBBT BOH8, Drngglst,
fr S. W.cnr.BIhth-.t.and Weatorn-row.
FINK IMPORTED HAVANA 0I9ARS,
of th choicest brands, lor sal by
' B.w:'onr. KlKhth-at. and Western-raw,
AliKK HI' KIINM. .
Rsf BRLS.- IRISH MOSS, JUST RI
t9 V CK1VED and for sale by
' ALBB RT BOSS, DroeglBt,
fe7 g.W.eor. Klrhth-st. ami Westorn-rw.
Perfumery and Toilet Articles.
(31 VERY VARIETY OP CHOICE PER
SVil FTJMEBT, Toilet Articles, Ac, consisting of
Hair Oils. Hair Tonlca. ffKLract. forth Handier.
chief, Pomatums, Hair Dyes, Cologne. Bay Bam,
''osmetic, Lip Salve., Cold dreams, Tooth Powders,
Tooth Washes, Toilet Soaps, Toilet Powders, Ao.
ror saie vy nuiitK, mujvriijsiii uo.. .j.,
tt.Vf. cor. Vourth and Vine-street., ' , r
f13o " ' Oppoelta the Poetofflo.
. ; wane's Tooth Powder. ;. :
WE '. MANUFACTURE, : UNDERTHE
dlrantlon of TJr. Hanr. flrane. ht. ralflhratMl '
Odontoemegma, which, after having baentboroaghly '
tested for a number of years, i admitted to rank
among the safest and meet efficient Tooth Fowdw i
made.v,.,-nm&eDiBB, SCK8TSIM A 0O., h -r.
felac Opposite the Postoffloe,
! Wood's Hair BestoratiTe.
f T GROSS WOOD'S HAIR RE8T0RA-
MlW T1VB received and for tale by '
,, . BOLBK, E0K3TEIN A (JO., ,
felte r " 1 " 5ppoelte the Postofflc. '
GENUINE OLD PALM SOAP IN BARS,
a very superior article for the bath and toilet.
Foraal ty , 80U1H, KOK8TE1N A CO., ,. M
fe!3c . Opposite the Postoffice.
. '- r Alum, i c ' i "t i m .
nf BARRELS ALUM RECEIVED AND "
8UIBB, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
. fe!3o . i Opposite the Postoglo..
' W.; M.''-1 HEWSON, ri
Atctloneer, and Stock and Bill Brokar,
No.3S Thlrd-st., Basement of Masonic Balding. .;
Stocks and Bonds bought and sold on commissi..
' Mercantile Paper and Ixwns negotiated.
Note, Dividend, and Interest Coupons oolleete.
. AUCTION 8AXBS .. .1 a j.J ,
Of Sleeks, Bonds, IBeal Betate, Ao., on any day re
. aw Th patronag of th public Is respectfully ao-
Halted. - ja&om -
j ; HOUSE-MOVING. -
HAVING BEEN ENGAGED FOR
many years in raising booses, girders, floor
and roof, and being well anpplled with too of all
kinds required for such work, I feel awnred that I
can give satisfaction to any one who may favor m '
with a. call, at th corner of Hopkins and Cutter. ,
Je7na WM. W. OOTTLB.
WHEEE SHALL I DINE P
i . t-flO TO -.-
- . r.j'
' t Ho. 251 WtUnuUatreat. - . .
, .j . 5
A few toort above Blxth. next door to Todd's Oyster
- ; ..- ..- Depot and Butter Btore. , . -.
Boupt, 0stera, flame, Ifsh, MmU, Tea, OoCse,
Ao., cooked in a clean and wholeeom manner, free
from greas or .lop. . .
A (ew g.ntl.men can obtain board by th day or
week, en very reasonable terms. Single meals, all
tbeet cetera included, of tbs beat, U cents, ball
and try. feu
rllHB OFJCIOE OP THE QUEEN CITT
M. IN8URANOB UOMPANT bs been restored
from Ao. lft Front-street to tbe .:- . ,
; -- Times Builditifl:, -
On the north sldtof Thlrd-stree. between Walnut
and Vine, Mo. 04. ; (Oh. Com j feltawtd
CREAM CHEESE JUST' RECEIVED,
4 cuke very sapirior Great. Ohees. ryal ,
wkoleetl aad retell, by
by . ' A. McDOllAlD AOO.,
(sl ftaa4Brnh8toritWet foarth-rt.
I .OUJUJu's fit''..--. ' '