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IN PRICE TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.
la order I tttw the Item UfrMitd
wishes ol oar frlende la (he ceaotry, who
alestre to be faraleaed with a Cheaa Dally
' laer, wa have redaea the arlea ef oar
aobserlption frees tenr to three dollare per
yean ayaele la oil caeca la advance. Far
ay lee period thaa eae year ear ferae
will be ai the old rate of fear dollars.
Three dollare barely aaffleo to pay for tbo
blaak paper wo ana la printing 1 ret wo
are determined to We the eeaatry mer
ehaata, ae well aa ear city patrons, the
cheapest aad beat paper oyer pnbllehed in
the Qaeea City. The Preee tarnishes the
aaate Market! and Telegraph reporte sired
by ear larger eotemporarlea, with a creator
' variety of greneral aad nlscellaaeoaa read
a. " ' ;
A Slave Code.
' If the deoiiion of the Supreme Court in the
Dred Scott om is gonad low, tt ii contended
that property la slaves ihould bo protected.
Jefferson Deris, of Hittisilppl, will to-day
present, in the United States Senate, t bill pro
viding a slovs cods for the Territories.
The Sons of Malta.
, The Sons tf Malta are, as aa organisation,
a national inlUtation. The Delegates of a
Convention from all the States, on Saturday
attended at the Presidential mansion, and
through their orator, Judge Carter, addressed
the Chief Executive of the nation, who re
spondtd in a patriotic tpesoh. -
The next meeting will be in New York olt
on the 17th February, 1861.
The Culture of the Vine—Discussion in
the Cincinnati Horticultural Society.
. Humboldt has said that the beit vines are
produced from vineyarls situated in the in
terlor away from the seaboard, and attributes
the diffarenoe to the light from a clearer state
of the heavens. However that may be, cul
tivators hereabout have nude up their mindi
that as good wine can be made in Ohio as in
sunny France or Italy, or along the German
banks of the Rhine. To raise the best-bearing
vineyards and to make the best wines we must
. resort to the very beBt means.
The discussion before the Cinoinnati Horti
cultural Sooiety, on Saturday, was upon the
best modo 0 preparing the ground and put
ting in a vineyard or nursery. We note some
of the salient points. Mr. Charles Reemelio,
' theoretically and praotloally,. an expert, a
traveled observer, and author of the Vine
Dressers' Manual, remarked that all dlsoussioD
must be founded on an agreement that the
soil shall be trenohed and properly fitted for
the cultivation of the vine. This agreed, he
contended, for use of slips instead of roots,
and that these should be planted vertically.
Nature diotates that course, for the wood eon
tains air-vesaels, up whioh solar ' heat is radi
ated this is tbe method by whioh the Amo
tions of nature are performed. Science is but
the principle whioh all experienced" observers
find to be true if the slips are put in oblique,
a partial obstruction is offered to nature's
Again: Mr. Beemelin gave this as'his plan
of setting out his vineyard after tbe earth had
been duly prepared la the previous Septem
ber. He took- cuttings of the ' new wood.
Three men proceed as assistants. One has a
punch to make ajytrtical. hole or at Tweet
- 'bfle Wins tul a slight inclination of the drain
of tbe trench. The slip is inserted, and a
dribble of fine sand is incorporated around it,
A third waters the sand, whioh settles around
the slip, the top eye being a short distance
below the ground, on which some sand is
poarsd. One-fourth of an acre, deeply
trenohed, the earth turned up and inverted,
and all the attentions of planting and trim
ming closely watohed, the vines properly
trimmed, and tbe grapes knooked off until
the stook is four years old, until a good root is
attained; will be worth, permanently, live
notes supsrfioially cultured. Orape-growing
can not be profitable without this devoted
labor is given to it.
Mr. Howarth and Sr. Moaner contended
that the ground should be properly prepared,
but favored a alight inclination instead of a
vertical position. Mr. Howarth suggested
that thus inclined, buds were less likoly to
hold excessive moisture from rains. All agreed
that cuttings should not be exposed to the air
for one hour; that none but healthy slips
should be nied, and these should be buried in
the earth until the ground is warm and the
buds swelling, as late, even, as ths 20th of
Dr. Warder oontended that slips sh ould be
placed obliquely, that the heat may reach at
many buds as possible. If too long, and
placed vertically, they are liable to be injured
by moisture or want of heat. The Doctor made
an interesting explanation from a diagram.
Freeman Q. Carey differed with Mr. Beeme
1 in as to the Importance of planting slips ver
tically. Everything else being equal, nature
would right itself.
Mr, Bentz, successful with his vines, spoke
of the importance of proper preparation of
the soil, and the cutting off the surface roots
six inches below the surface.
Next Saturday the discussion will be en tbe
Gossip to the Little Ones.
' Part of our gossip, daily, must be to the
' little ones, with whom we wish the Ptmy
PrutU) be a favorite. Children, the trees
that from their appearance have been dead
during the winter, will seon exhibit a new
life. They are hot deed, but sleeping a rough
overcoat hides a fresh and juicy inner bark.
This, during the warm weather of the spring,
becomes full of ssp. Tbe growth of the tree
is from the flow of the sap, upward from the
roots knitted in the soil. Every year tbe lir
e Ing inner batk goes to work aad makes a layer
of wood out of the sap that is in It. This
wirk is done In warm weather, and a new layer
j ef wood is formed by it all up the trunk, and
alonjottt to the end of all the branches., , The
' wood part of the trunk and branches is full of
, small pipes, through whioh the sap, singular
.to as, flows upward even to the end, or the
leaves of the tallest tree. If a man wanted
to Mod up streams to tuoh bight, it would
. have to be dene through hose-pipes, as Lalta
does, with the foroe of steam, by his steam
fire-engines. " The sugar la the cane, the jnloe
e In the orange, the delloieus grape, the fra
grant peach, the bitterest froite alike, are now
? being prepared In the tap, which is to proceed
from the ground, making the bark, wood
leaves, flower and fruit of every plant, shrub
and tree. The maple sugar-water tapped
from trees about these times, is but the
drawn from the tree before It has pasted
Into tke braaokes. .
Children should know that plants are chem
loal laboratories, making everything from ssp
at nature's order. Theyaro sugar factories,
staroh factories, mediolne factories, gum fac
tories, perfume faotories andpaint-ihops. The
msple, the sugar cane, the sorghum and the
beet furnish sugar; the grains, potatoes and
the other roots, starch; the list of medicines
would fill the newspaper; camphor, opium,
eastor-oil, rhubarb, is., are of the number-
bellao, arable, India-rubber and others rep
resent the gums; the jessamine, the rose, ge
ranium, sweet-briar, tbe lavender, the honey-
tuokle and the mtgnionette speak for the per
fumes; in colors, all tbe rain-bow hues are
furnished from the paint-shops of the color
makers, Sap, Plant A Co.
Close of the Carnival—Lent Season.
The week before Lent, in Catbolio countries,
is usually observed with merriment and
revelry. The reign of pleasure closes with
Mardl-Oraa to-morrow evening. In France,
Spain and Italy the oarnlval seuon Is one of
universal gaiety and freedom, degenerating,
often, into buffoonery and folly. To-day and
to-morrow persons in masks will crowd tbe
Boulerards at Paris, and day and night will
indioate the intensity of tbe relish of the people
for fun, who, on Wednesday, will bid farewell
to meats, and reatriot mind and body, by faatsi
for forty days, during Lent. Many of the re
ligions observances of the church are deemed
ridiculous to those who are more cultivated,
bat Instructive and impressive lessons result to
those needing imposing ceremonials, or cere
monial observances. Dramatlo literature In
Germany Is said to have had its birth from these
Faschingi, or holiday sports.
Lent,', a fast of forty days, observed by the
Cathoiis tnd Episcopalian, and sometimes by
Lutheran Churches, begins day after to-morrowAsh
Wednesday and continues until
Easter Sunday, April 8. To-moarow is Shrove
Tuesday confession time, or Pancake Day.
After each ohurohmsn had repaired to tbe
pariah priest and confessed his sins, in oldsn
times, he partook at his home of a pancake
made of flour, eggs and spice; shrived, fed,
and the Mardl Gras festivities over, be ob
served Ash Wednesday with the bumilation
of a penitent in saokolotb, and with ashes on
his head. The aehes wore from the burning
of the palms oontecratod on Palm Sunday of
tbe preceding year. These occasions should
be respeoted; a kindly charity should be ex
tended towards those differing with ua es
pecially as to their religious belief.
Ths C.rjsg or Vibssls' Ducat . M. Euhl
mann asserts that tbe uie of iron nails in
building wooden ships it one of the chief
onuses of their decay. The rotting deoay of
rood is a prooess of slow combustion, and M.
Kuhlmann coniiders that the iron nails act as
carriers for oxygen, and introduce it into the
substance of tbe timber. By contact with
water and air the iron it rapidly converted
into a eesquioxide. In this state it yields a
portion of its oxygen to ths wood, and is r
duoed to the state of protoxide, whioh further
action of air and moisture converts to the ees
quioxide, and so the process goes on.
Golosh Kibbks. A candidate for the honor
of representing four Fife burghs in Parliament,
oalling upon an honest shoemaker for his vote
and influence, took ths liberty of kissing the
gudewife, who was a middle-aged woman, and
in doing IO ha took the further liberty of
slipping couple of guineas out of his own
mouth into that of tbe matron. Instead of
being offended by such a breaoa of decorum,
the lady silly said, as she pocketed the two
shining pieces, "Gin ye like, sir, ye may kitt
my dooter, loo.
A Libsbal Chcech in Nnvr Jibsiv. A pre
liminary meeting was held last week in
Orange, N. J., to confer upon tbe purpose of
establishing an "Independent Charon," upon
the basis of extreme toleration of religious
views. An adjourned meeting is to be held
soon, to take further action upon the aubjeot.
The enterprise will probably be supported by
Swedenborgiana, TJniveraalists, Friends and
Independents, the latter being ceceders from
Pbimich of Statuitti A premium of
seventy guineas has been offered by the Coun
cil of the London Art Union for the best group
of statuette representing some subject from
English history. It if to be executed in
bronze or parisn, and plaster models, the up
right figures, twenty inches high, to be sent in
by the 14th of July next. Thirty guineas
will bs awarded for the desiim considered sec
ond in merit
Pahphiits oh ihi Pom. No less than 107
pamphlets have appeared in Paris on the Pa
pal question, and a new one aDoears everv
day at Dentou's, the publisher of pamphlets.
11 uouis aapoiean noes not speedily decide
the Question, the trice of naner willauadrunle
in value except to trunk makers and pastry
oooks, who hail with delight tbe appeafanoe
of every pamphlet.
Savid BT Criholihs. Two vounr ladies.
Misses Temple and Williams, while crossing
the Mississippi at Dubuque, Iowa, chanosd to
step upon a spot of spongy ioe, and each went
through. Crinoline was of essential service,
for it kept them from being submerged further
than the waist till assistance came. They
reached tbe shore in safety, though not a
little chilled by their moonlight bath on a Feb
Uskxpbotsd Disooviav. Mrs. 0 was
sitting at dinner with her little boy of four or
live years old, when a bewhiskered foreigner
came in and took his seat on the opposite aide
of tbe table. The ohild stared at him for a
while with astonishment, till the mystery was
solved; when, suddenly, in rather too loud a
voice, he cried out to bis mother, "Ma, ma I
he's got a mouth; I saw htm put a tater
Ahotbc Mubosb ix Naw Tokk. The
other evening a fight ocourred in one of the
upper rooms oi a bouse in New York, and
resulted In tbe mortal wounding of Mary
Stewsrt, one of the Inmates of the plaoe. The
origin of the disturbancs could not be asoer
tained, but during Its oontinnanos Mary was
struck on tbe head and beaten about tbe body
in tush a manner as to result in death.
Eiiiis Hall Exorrio. George Francis
Train,who has become disgusted at the English
anti-slavery twaddle to which he has been
compelled to listen for tbe last few years, has
thrown a bomb shell Into Exeter Hall, in the
shape of a small volume entitled "Young
America on Biavery.
Silas Willis was on
-A young man named
Friday last, at Detroit,
convicted on his own confession, of the crime
of ineest with bis own sister, a young girl
17, and was sentenced to tlx years in tbe State
' Hssors Cost ; Nothiio, Arioeto was once
asked how it was thatba, who had given tuoh
msxnificent nalaese to his heroes, should con
tent himself Id so- plain a bouse at the one
be Inhabited. " My heroes' .palaces cost me
kBotUDg, ' wss we repiy.
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
Warhihqtor. February U. The' House
committee on Tern tones have under consider
ation the subject for territorial governments
of Nevada, Pike's Peak and Daootalw Bills,
It is said, will be reported in these, cases
certainly to tbe last-named. The committee
contemplate nothing further for Arizonla, at
E resent, tnan a ourveyorueneral and Judicial
liatricU The Committee on Agriculture have
decided to report a Homestead Bill which
will pass the House, but its suooess in the
Senate is uncertain. . The friends of protec
tion are confident that the Committee of Ways
and Means will soon report a bill enclosing
specific instead of ad valorem duties, wherever
too same is nracticaois. moss wbo nave
cloaely scrutinised the subject say tbe House
most equally divided on the Question of the
franking privilege, and the preponderance of
ueiiug is agaioat its aooution.
The Paraguayan Commissioners hava met
with a oordial reception from the officers of
our Government after the formal exchange of
iua rauueauou 01 iue nowun 'xreaty tnis
week. He will enter upon his duties this
week under the speoial convention for the set
tlement of the Indemnity due the Honklns
Tbe Houte Committee on the Poatoffioe will,
at an early day, give Mr. Miles, of 8. C, a
bearlnc on the subject of restorine to the
steamer Imhel the regular mail service be
tween Charleston and Havana, whioh is
strongly urged by the merchants of Charleston,
Savannah, Key West, and New York.- Tbo
iiousa t'omralttee appointed to Inquire into
the existing laws and to report reforms in the
matter of executing and the prioes paid for
printing and binding, bad a long ssssion yes
terday, Superintendent of Public Printing
Hart giving many valuable hints from his
longsxperienoe on tbatsubject '
The Eerald'i Washington correspondence
says: Mr. Sherman, from the Committee on
Ways and Means, on Monday, will report two
Indian appropriation bills the annual bill
appropriatlog $2,000,000 of money, the other
a deficiency bill embraoing $540,000. The
latter bill is based upon the ratification bv the
Senate of bout elevsn treaties with as many
different tribes of Indians in Oregon and
Washington Territory. These treaties have
been made since 1850, and were all ratified by
tbe Senate at its session in March, 1859. All
of them contain stipulations which oan be
sot aside at tbe diaoretion of the President,
and they provide for the payment of about
ten million dollars In annual nnnuitlna of
$530,000, of which the deficiency bill to be
reponea on xaenuay, 11 tne nrat. "
The Sons of Malta adjourned vesterdav to
meet on the 17th of February, 1861, in New
fork City. Seventy-six members oompoae
uio jiroaeuii vunvenuon.
Virginia Democratic Convention.
RrnmfnNn. V,.. Ph
t p "vmaij art dhaiv 4SVBUU"
oratic Convention adjourned last night after
edoDtfnP A reaolntlnn tn flflnnnv-fc thm nnmlna.
of the Charleston Convention. After the ad
journment a mass meeting was hold, com-
j : ' 1 1 - 1 - ..
luu pnuoipiuij oi memoers oi ine uonven
tiori, and the following resolutions adopted:
Vipaf That a.. ,. -1 1 -
and policy favor concerted State action as a
measure of security for Conatitntinnul fUoU
second That tbe General Assembly of Vir
ginia should respond favorably to the invita
tion Af thft RtllfA nf RAllth H.mllna k tk. mrx
" WHIM U..V..UH KfJ IUU r
pointment of Commissioners to a United
After the mass meeting adjourned a crowd
Waited On Mr. fitnrlin. CVimmiaoInn!- fmm
Mississippi to Virginia, who arrived yester-
the Conference for the Union, and not for dis
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
MKr.nv'a fii-A-rimr VaVimium 1Q TkA
land mail, with fla.lifa.-ntB bvImb n 4k OQtk
alt, passed here this afternoon.
a movement is on loot to move tbe seat of
government from Sacramento to San Fran
oltoo. The dates from Oregon are to the 19th, and
nritlnh nnlmnhia tn Ih. HK f Tl...l.
w uw nw v voniilUW-
The accounts from the Similkameen gold mines
A bill providing for ths erection of a State
building at Sacramento had been introduced
in the California Senate.
There are over eight hundred thontand dol
lars in the State Treasury.
The San Franninnn mulrnfa ... ll
Fire at Boston.
Boston. Fabrrjarv 104 flm
here this evnlna-. t nalP.nsat alone n'tn.b
in the feather store of Manning, Glover tc
n- O....U r - i i i . . . . .
w., vu duuiu juaiaei-BtreeE, wnicn aes.ro yea
the upper portion of their extensive ware
house and much of their stook.
The loss is $10,000 which is insured.
R. R. Wilv. a. WAtUhv anna M.tinr..liiM.
of South Readlnff. committed aniniila h nan ly
ing himself last night.
a tnicK north-east snow-storm commenced
here at noon to-day, and continues up to the
present hour 11 P. M.
Niw York. Februarv 19 The mail steamer
Be Soto, from New Orleans, eta Havana, 14th
Inst., arrived to-day, and was comnslltd. on
account of the immense quantities of ice in
the river and bay to have the assistance of a
tug-boat in getting to her wharf.
The Captain-Oeneral had issued a procla
mation, calling; for volunteers for the Spanish
army against Morocco. '
sugars coming forward more freely.
The Quaktr Citu. from Havana on the 16th
Inst., arrived this evening.
Nnw Ouiahb. February 18. Tbe shin
Union, bound from New York to New Orleans.
was totally wrecked on Oineerbresd Shoal on
the 2d Inst. Her cargo was mostly saved in a
damaged condition. The crew and passengers
were saved and taken to Nassau. The
wreckers stripped and burnt the bulb
The shin Aihland. from Boa ton for Near Or.
loans, with a eargo of ioe, was wrecked on ths
m mat., on lattio Isaacs. Crew tared.
Later from Mexico.
Nxw Oblbahs. Februarv 18. The malls
from Vera Orus to the 10th Inst, have been
Miramon's armv. whioh was in tha vioinitv
of Vera Cms, amounted to 6,000 men and 60
Juares forces amounted to 5.000 men and
250 heavy guns. Be was making active pre-
liuauuus tor ue ueiense oi tne city.
Cbablbbtowh. Va . Februarv 19 Stenbens
and Haslett, the last victims of the John Brown
rata, are Kept in tbe closest confinement.
Stephens says he feels more cheerful and re
signed than he ever expected to be, and re-
maraea yesterday tbat tbe consciousness of
suffering in a good cause is sufficient oontola
tion. lisilett is vorv low in spirits, and de
clares he would infinitely prefer the wilds of
A-ansas to nts present position. '
MoMTOoifBtv, Ala., February 18. The
great Mobile Harbor Bill has pawed the Sen
ate. It bad meviouslv naaaed tha Honsa.
The bill assnres a minimum depth of fifteen
leet irom tne oar to tne wnarr.
[By Telegraph to Southampton.]
The Latest Foreign.
Lokdoh, February 4
after offlolal hours, at 945i94i. The Paris
Bourse was very firm to-day; rentee 68.1(
OB.ii. a uaointi ittuncu was neia to-aay,
LomsvnxB, February 19 P. M. The
river la rising slowly with seven feet six
inches la tne Vanei. weather clear ut cool.
nnnNRWATW A MitraiVl. wi... on tha
1Mb iMt, by tbe Bev, fowls a. Kemper. J. Oeoar
ugnen ana aeiner a., aauenwr oi a., ewaiu,
Aajutant-Oeneral of the Btate of Wbwonein.
CRUTOHIB HODGNJ.-At tbe residence of tbe
hrida'a raihar.-nn TuoBdav avanlnft. Vebroarr 14. br
Rot. Henry K. ThomiM, Mr. John N. Orutuher, of
rrtnaion, to mus au watue, af " oi a. u.
Stooges, oi uoungton. . . ;
ANTBAM On the 17th insi. of consumption.
Aicina, wue on. Jj. aniram, m tne year oi ntr
fENNILIi. In Newport, on Friday, February IT,
or scarlet rarer, leliora j enneii, agea is monius.
OOALBOOTT. - February IS, at SK P. M., of
meailei. at her varenta' rwldenne, 51 Weal Third-
ItrMl. lew BllsaoaiDi uauguter oi j uuiuaa auu iuai.
(toeuoota ageu t years s monina ana is aays. -
BAKU In CoTinaton. Kentnckr. on Tueedar
evening. February 14. aire. Ann It. Bane, widow of
itiq Daae, late oi mormon uouniy, vmo, agea ro
years.' - --
SUNOAK.-In Mayaville, Ky February 14. at the
reeidenceof hie brother-in-law, O. O. Oady, Charles
r. Duncan, in tne twenty -eecona yearoi nisago.
ILLIS.-Snnday, the 19th Inst., William B. Mis,
native of Kdinburg, Bootland. after a long and
painful illnees, aged 40 years ana S months.
Tbe funeral will take place from hie late residence,
xio i DTgamuiv-BirBQt. ua aubbubj, iuo bib. iub...
i o'clock P. M. Tb frlende and aoqnalntaacw of
tne family are raaoectfuiiT reaueatea to attena witn-
ont further notice.
ftsT A. A. Byiter, Cloaks. Watches and
Jemlry, Son. Ml and J71 Western-row,
Visit Johnson's Gallery, oorner oi
Ninth and Jf aln-streeta. Ton may get a well-In.
iihed likeness tor thosbts and upward., felsaw
Bagnerrean Gallery, south-west cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, over Hannaford's
drag-store. Pictures taken and nt Ut good oases
twenty cents.' Warranted to pleasei
Citisens snd strangers requiring gifts
and presents will find a splendid line of suitable
goods at J. D. Park's Basaar of Fancy, north-east
oorner ef Fourth and Walnut-streets. -
Card Becetvert ,
, ..... Card Baskets,
' ' '-. i .... OdorCaies,
Work Boxes, ' . . ...
Shopping Bags, .
Purses and Chains,
Odor Stands, :
Baiora in Cases,
Shell and Steel Oomba, '
Steel Buoklee and Clasps,
fel7d Steel Bracelets,
AftCBnMl Rita Ariinnrnad manltna- m
ofUiUulum li of P., THIS JtVBNING, theVV
.mn iu,i., at ej o oioca, lor tne inTeeniure w
sereral candidaiee. A punotaal attendance'
requested by order of the T. P. O St.
ieaia- a. bkijIj, aecoroer.
MASONIC NOTICE STATED
maetillff of Oinnlnnati Dnnnnil. No.. a
1,01 B. and 8. H.. UufiDAf KVENINQ.VV
Febrnery to, at 6)4 o'clock. A punctual attend
anca at tbe hour named is requested. By or
der of theT.LG.M.
feai-a- t)naai,Bg bbuwn, Becorder.
HlAD-QCABTIBS 3D BalOABI, 1ST DlV O. V. St., T,
(JiMfliBN ati. rAbrnRrv 1A. IMA. I
fay-GENEKAl, ORDER. NO. 18.
waSar Tbe enrolled members of Company F, , '
Bsriiield Light Quards, are hereby authorized and J
directed to auemble at their Armory, on tbe south A
side of Fifth-etre-t. between Main and Sycamore- fil
on WEDNESDAY, the 29th day of Febrn-ft
A. D. 1860, between the hours of 10 A. M. and S
and tben and tbere proceed to elect one Uaptain,
first Lieutenant, one Second Lieutenant, one
Third Lieutenant and one Kniign.
,Tbe election will beconductedln accordance with
provision! of the act of March 28, 1867, and tbe
poll-book will be returned to these Head-quarters as
soon as made up and eealed.
bt command or Brigadier neral i. a. Bates,
feaott HEMBl G. KENKKTT, Brigade Major.
JWiaV , ID FEET. Palmer'a Vegetable Oosmetlo
Lotion IS tbe never-fsillna rnnlMlt fnr thaaa araat
annoyances. It not only effects a complete cure,
lY"!1, fT.one thorough application, but it decreases
liability to a return of the same difficulty. For
by druggists generally.
. ouiiun t-ALMKU, agent,
e So. U West Fonrth-etreet.
WStW Oikothhati, Dec. ir, 185.-Mr. 8. Palmer
IJear sir: tome Ave years since I received a KTere
Injury on my left arm, near tbe elbow, since whioh
nave neon greatly annoyed by a outam-ouj disease
the same. After using various remedies without
i was induced to try your Vegetable Uos
nietio lioclon , and nm bappy in informing you that
USe Of half a hnttla hu l.ftm.rm mnAtl.
free from disease as Ita mate.
JOBS W. DANRNDOWKB.
. , . No. lWest Third-street.
Palmer'B Veffetabia Ooamatie Tltinn . and annant nf
nothing else. BOLON PALMEB, Agent;
ueai go. so west roortn-street, Ulnoinnatl, O.
feKENNEDi'S MEDICAID DIS.
OOVXBT Is acknowledged by the most em
nent physicians, and by the most careful drnegists
throughout tbe United States, to be tbe most effectual
blOOd-DUrlfiar OTar known, anil tn hawa naliawail tnnM
suffering, and effected more permanent oure, than
preparation known to the profession. Scrofula,
Bheum, Kryslpelas, Scald-head, scaly eruption,
whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
system roe to red to full strength and Tlgor. full
explicit directions for thecureof ulcerated sore
legs, ana o cuer corrupt ana running nioers, is given in
pamphlet with each bottle. For sale by JOHN D.
PABK. SpiBB, KOKBTMJ, 00., an GEOBQE
TilXON. Price Si Bania-aT
Keith & Co.'s Concentrated
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE SALE
u.ti. aw, .vuuwuMwn BWKUHItlUU
preparad to furnish them at Laboratory prices.
frMc Opposite the Postoffioe.
XVLurtha Washington Nosegay.
ANEW, FRAGRANT AND LASTING
Perfume for tbe Handkerchief. Beeeired and
BU1BD, EUKBTEIN A CO.,
feZOQ Opposite the Poetofflce.
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
THIS MUCH ESTEEMED AND HIGH
LY raluable premraiion will not fall to re
move Dyspepsia, unions Amotions, Head-ache,
Heart-bum, Costlvenesa. Gout. Rheumatism, Ac ,
xorwieoy auiHtt, a,unBlail a UO.
fe20o Oppoelte tlie Postomn..
THESE CIGAR8 HAVE BEEN' IM
PORTBD expressly for our retail sales, and are
remarkably rich and fine flavored, .or .ale by
, , Buxnm, aunBXEin a uu.,
Opposite the Postofflos.
MTJLl MOST 'EFFECTUALLY RE-
W W . uuva f. . . . .. . .
- - nuvxi uroaaci, ninmi, vin, so., ironj
GLOVES and every variety of Wearing Apparel, and
It contains neither ACI08 nor a LK Lied, It oaa
not ioj ure either tbe texture or tbe color of the arti
cles to wblcb It is applied. Preptrert and for sale by
BUiBBj avaotain a. W.t
1MO0 Opposite the Postofllce. '
RED CURRANT JELLY, PIE FRUITS,
Ac. Jut received an Invoice of Hail On.nt
Jelly, lu treaty, ten and three pound cans; also fn
aiaB jbtb, quaria, pidtb aao oail piaia, vwenty OOSen
aaaorted Pie fruit; twenty down assorted Preserves:
tMj daun three pound cant fresh Strawberries, and
one hundred tbree pound cans freeh Delaware
oacovf , .or uie wnoieaaje anu retail py
a- - . ..JUUI BATKB, !
fta) . National Theater Building. Bvoamore-st. '
FINE WINES FOR FAMILY USE.
S quarter-casks superior Peter Harmony's Kephpw's
Iquvtar-casks superior Old Sovereign Port;
1 butt extra Howard March Madeira; '
quinvrMM ncn-iiavornu naiaga wine; '
8uitableforcomBUoioaparpo.ee. or sale, whole
sale and retail, by, A. acDONALO A OO.,
fe20 6e and Branch Store 2t West rourth-et.
PURE VINEGAR. JS brlt. par Older
Yinegar; IS brls. White Wine Vinegar. In
store and fcr sale. . AARON A. OOLt1'- ,
-'yi: 'i . -AT-..'
NOVELTIES IN NEW GOODS!
NEWEST STYLES OF SPRING SILKS IN
Brocades. '- : .-
, Plaids, ' ,: ;'
. Bayadere and '.,'''
Rich Eyening Dresses,'
Fire, six, seren and nine-flonneed B ABEQI BOBXS.
Xlegant fire and esven-flonnoed SILK B0BKB.
BABEOE DBEU8 GOODS.
NOUTKiUTB DZ IMPB8BSI0N8,
Oontlnnation of tales of Seasonable BBT GOODS
AT BARGAINS. .
FBBNCH MEBINOK8..,.........At SO cents.
ENOLI8H MEBINOIS........At Si and ST cents.
VALENOrAS....M..At 16 cents, worth'tO oenta.
DILAINK3...... ,..At 12 oenta, worth 25 cents.
, BALMOBAL BKIBTS.
8mall lot of TIoop 8kirts...,.At (0 cents, worth tl.
Lot of colored Cloth Ioaks....m...At $3, worth SlO.
CLOTHS and 0A88IMEEEJ at reduced prices.
A Das assortment of Hosiery, Gloves, Spring Under.
wear, Ladles' Biding Gauntlets, Opera Hoods, Ac.
VELVET and GLOTH CLOAKS. M
STELLA and WOOL SB AWLS reduced to Jl.fc,
It snd $8.
SHEETINGS, SHIRTINGS, ,
. TABLING DAMASKS,
TOWELING, CRASH, Ao.
A LOT OF '!
Flaunels and Blankets
. , At rednoed prices.. -..: ,
DELAND & COSSACE.
74 WEST FOl IM U-SrilUEi,
: ffe20aw) 1
The Most Pleasant, Healthy and Nu
In the World! ;.
THE GREAT ' v,
WHILE WORKING AS A PRINTER IN
London, admitted tbe yalue of good ale. yet
supposed that a five-cent loaf contained aa much
nounsnment a nv cenit' srortn or aie.
BEN ! RANK LIN w.a a ireat man. but chem
istry and pbtslology bave made great strides since
that time, and almoit all medical men, Incluilingthe
great chemist Lleble, admit that MUSTY ALIO,
being made of pure bops and malt, bas properties
above those even of good food. It Is a gentle stimu
lant to the debilitated, fives tonio to the oonvalea.
cent, and energr and nutrition to all. ..
HUME'S MUSTY ALE
Ta thn flrialnal and ftnlv flennlne In tner.
lea, and as proof of its popularity over all other alee,
see the cumber ofapurion. imitators which have
sprung up in this and all tbe principal cities from
new loraio naw vnoane, ana who are trying en
deceive the publio and undermine the character of
Ilume'l. bv eellinff aa eenuine Mustv. various .nuri.
ous low-nrlced ales.
ah judges anu lovers or gooa aie cannot ran to ne I
hlahl-nlaabwl with Hnm.'. Cnnin. Mn.tvila nnv .
on tap at tbe
Cottage, 104 Main-street.
lis stock consists of over five hundred barrels, of
ions ages, in very fine condition :, ,
U time's Light musty Ale,
tf.J. . (..11 na ODDTUn TTOV1 I. . - , tm L
niMja BBreviaii7 ivr 01 uiuv unci. IB vatiai, li uui
superior, to that which he sold last March, and
which created so great an ezoitemtut all over the
Union. Itnoasesse. all tbe atrenathenlna oualltla.
of the finost imported English and (Scotch Alee, and
B preierrea as a coverage in coniequenceoi its purity
and llghtnees, especially for ladiea and invaltda.
Mr. UumA desires to inform hie fribnd. and tha
publio, that be baa not sold a single barrel of Musty
Ale to any dealer or saloon-keeper in Cincinnati,
and tbat all are spurious except tbat which la said at
The Musty Ale Cottage,
NO. 104 MAIN-STREET,
No. 293 fifth-street, bet. Western-row and John,
street, soutbtslde. . - fol8-tf
" , IMDflBTTWr. . , W
203 WESTERN ROW, ABOVE FIFTH,
FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS, every day by
jbipres., warranMa co ne uniarpaHva. ajb
Vto, spioec, ana noKiea yyiun, boom.
Baraines, nexiei, obCOM, ana vaMnupa,
eresn jur ana uiama, rreui
Canned Ftaohei, strawbeRies,
Cincinnati Fuel Co,,
COAL YARD AND OFFICE,
NO. 103 EAST TUIRD.8TREET.
" Delivered at the lowest mark.t rates.
Mr Orders solicited and promptly executed. "' '
febSam W. H, HUBBBLL, Secretary,"
':' Excelsior mt
FOR BURNING AND LUBRICATING,
' Free from Ofleiislve Odor, at
Walnut-street, Cincinnati, O
WE INVITE A COMPARATIVE TRI
a Amerfca wi"1 taT mtD,lfactarln establishment
aS Wa Mnanl an- nils t k. IB .
rlor, to any in tbe market.
:, - Mvm iu mo uir auu vicinity 10
call and exarrlne foi themaelvee. -
Bo person, ordering from a distance, satis,
faction guaranteed in all cases. Addreaa
, V K. H A MH IN. Agent, or - ' -
Kanawha O. O. M. Oil Mail. Oo..
ea 7 Walnnt-atreet, Oinclnnatl,
.... W. . lVTa - tt1- ; t-t TnwsnM
Auctioneer, ami Stock and Bill Broker,
Ho. 3S Tbird-st., Basement of Matonlo Bulding.
Stocks and Bonds bought and sold on commlsslpn.
Mercantile P.nAranri iun. natfntiataa
Motes, Dividends and Interest Coupons ooUected.
'ATTrnprAM nirua " : )
Of Stocks, Bonds, iBeal Batata, Ac, on any day re-
""IM Patronage or tbe aubilo U respectfully so
AVING BEEN ENGAGED FOR
many venra in ralelne: honaaa. rlrdara. flnnra
and room, and being well supplied with too. of all
kind, required for such work, 1 feel assured that I
oaugly satisfaction to any one who may favor aie
with a call, at tbe cornel of Hopkins and Cutter. ,
fie7em ,. , Wit. F. With. '
New tind Improved '
SQUTriE 0B LOCK STITCO
The best aad only Machines In tbe market suitable
for all kinds of manufacturing purposes at the -
LOW PRICE OF S50. ;
GROVER & BAKER,
, ... SEWING MACHINE CO.i ,
58 - West Fourth-Btreet '
, ,- . ' . DatetfJ .
JAMES THOMSON, '
, ,k wl v v. VAVUPiOTaMB 0 " V "" '' 1 .
, u, -,- ; - , -t. , : ' "
Oak Taanei leather Belting & Hose,
ISl East Front-street,
BEING' THE T FIRST ' A ND OLDEST
Manufacturer of Leather Belting in Cincinnati,'
Is prepared to furnish any width, length or thlokneee
to the trade, and warrants bis Belting equal to any
made or sold
Parties wishing a good article of Leather Belting
would do well to call and examine my stock before
Eurcbaalng elsewhere.- Bemember the old stand, 181
last front-street. fel&aw
JANUABY 25, 1860.
Here 4hU day remored to thtlr HIW 8T0BI,
Where, wltb greatlj-Inoreaaed hclUtlea, they will
. - .. anntinuetbe '
STATIONERY, ' "
Blank Book ManufacTuriag Business.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN
the store lately ooonpled by Henry rails, '
No. 65 West Fourth8treet,
And will keep always on hand one of the largest
took, and the latent patterns of
t To be found In tbe country, wblcb they offer at
T WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
, At prices beyond competition. i - i
8. HOLMES &. SON,
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
ja27amf . Adjoining Pike's Opera-house. '
.. Feathers and Winter Millinery, ,
Of every description, whioh I am selling at a small '
advance on New Yerk prioes, wholesale and retail.
J. WEBB, Jr.,
not 1I4 rifth-street, bet. Bace and Bins.
WORK-BOXES j; IVORY TABLETS ;
Jewelry Boxes; Pearl Watch stands ;
Jewel Caskets i Bohemia Toilet Bottles i
Kard'Cases: Bohemia jewel Boxee;
rocket-books; Tooth and Nail Brashes ;
IW1 and ivory Porte. Combs and Hair Brushes; -mounalett;
Flesh and Uloth Brushes;
Berlin Wire Porte-monnaies, Ac.
For sale by ALBRBT BOBS, Druggist,
feT B. W. oor. Blghtht. and Weatorn-row.
,., Cigars. ....
JC1INE IMPORTED HAVANA OIOARS,
Ja. OI I
r the ohoioest brands, tor snle br
ALfiHUT Buds, Druggist, '
B. W. cor. Bluhtb-et. and Western-row.
rifk BRLS. I R IS H MOSS, JUST RE
J VF (JKIVED and for sale by
, , ALBBUTBOBS, Drngtlat,
fe7 8. W. cor. Bighth-.t. and weetern-row.
CRATES AND STOVES!
February and March.
THESE TWO MONTHS GIVE US THE
worst winter weather we have In tbis climate.
t would be well for those who bave not got tbe
Patent to order it at once, at no Investment ean be ,
maue.tbat will pay to well In economy and comfort. .
for tbe proof of this fact, inquire of any of the
many thousaads who are now lining It Intnlsoity.
Ordars left at the KAOLB BTOVIt BTOBB, Ho 17
West riftb.streei, or sent through mall, will receive
prompt attention. J. B, ItTAN,
feb Proprietor of Dodge's Patent. " ,f
WHERE SHALL I DINE?
. - : 00 TO ;
' No. SSI Walnut-ttret, , ; j
A few eoors above 8iith. next door to Todd's Oyster ,
Depot and Butter 8 ore.
Boupa, Oyeter., tlame, Vsh. Meats, Tea, Coffee,
lc, cooked in a clean and wholesome manner, free
from grease or slope. . . .
A few gentlemen oan obtain board by the day or '
week, on very reasonable terms Single meals, all t,
tbe et ceteras included, of the best, SS cents. Gall
and try. . , ,- T .. feu
" i OT ALL OESOBimONB. - , .
GEORGE A. PETER,
, Va. 7 West Firtbsrrt. , . .
war Twenty per cent, cheaper thaa elsewhere In
theclly. , , , r felScm
THE OFFICE OP THE QUEEN CUT '
IM8CBAN01 COMPANY has been remored''
from Ko. IS rroot-street to tee , '.,. . , .
, . : Times Building- v.
On tbe north aids of Thlrt-street. between Walnut 1
and Vine, Ho. Oi. jUb. Com. feHawtdp
J ' Oi FLICKNER HAS REMOVED HIS :
Leather and Finding Store to Mo. a Main- ,
street, fonr doors below Sixth. He returns his sin
cere thanks to bis old friends andtustomer. for their
liberal patron.ge, hoping a continuance of the same,
feeling oonfideui I ean offer great Indnoemente,
buyers will do well to call and examine before pur.
cba.lngelsewh.re. . . . feloaw
VICTORIA WINE BISCUIT A very flu
BUcuitfortea, Ac.at FKBOrjBON'B,
y feg - - Oorner ninth and Tlno-ettoejo.
FRUITS. 800 drums and half-drams Figs l"1
too boxes MB. and Layer Baisins too half and :
Qnarter-boxes Balains ; too kegs Prone.. Also Car
rants, Oltron, hat, Ac store and for .ale.
i . ...... AABOsi A. fiOLTBA," y'l
felT . Km, m and W Kaia-sti . ), . .
' - ' 1 V,' ft ' ;!) '..'Oi ' 'i ;i .'
. i wM''.?;X w-'-izi' W' j ;t,, i