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. t.'U4i u well aa ear city patrons the
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by ourtarereeteaiporarlee with a arreater
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There matt be a fault fomewbere that poor
Mexico it always in a revolutionary itatet A
political earthquake there U always apouting
forth aihti or lev. .The news from that
country, year In and year out, it all tarred
with the same gtlok hat a stereotype atme
nen, with the variation of the names of
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Bosses and their Apprentices.
: We have aatd a word or two, as opportunity
offered, In favor of looking after the welfare of
apprentice. The Meohanlo' and Manufac
turer' Exoheng hare wisely taken hold of
the subject, and a special committee of three
ha been appointed to look into and report
what is faulty in the system o( apprenticeship
We have aomething farther to say on this
important lubjeot, and will reserre farther re
mark until we hare the views f practical
men, as expressed in the report of the Committee.
are a few left of those who were com
jianion of Washington. On to-morrow, a
day of national happiness, let these veteran
be remembered. . The Father of his Coantry
Bald, " Happy, thrioe happy ahall tbey be
pronounced hereafter who have contributed
anything, who have performed the meanest
flee in erecting this stupendous fabrie of
freedom." These pillars of the revolution are
falling. We lay with Washington "May
our country never want props to support the
glorious fabric" .
The Turners' Tableaux.
' We appreciate' and commend the olasilc
taste of our cultured German-bora oltiiens,
who design to oelebrate the evening of Wash
ington' birth-day as indioated by the pro
gramme of the Turner. The representation
of Washington oroising the Delaware will
awaken dor patriotism. The determined
courage of Hannibal, who struok terror to
the Romans In marching hit army over the
Alps, will remind us of the American leader's
bravery and daring. His success was often
like that of Hannibal's, attributed to divine
interposition. . So, with the other tableaux,
they will speak a lesson In their graceful and
clauioal rendering. Vocal and -Instrumental
music will enhance the attractions of the
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH
XXXVIth CONGRESS—1st SESSION
WASHINGTON, February 20.
(SENATE. The bill for the relief of the
widow of Captain Bearoabells, of California,
was taken up and passed.
Mr. Pagh made several adverse reports upon
the application tor bounty land.
Mr. Fitch reported a resolution from the
Committee on Printing for withholding the
binding of Senate documents from the person
with whom the contract was made, until the
Committee could examine whether the oon
tract with the Seeretary of the Senate was
made in pursuanee of the law. Laid over.
Mr. Rice introduced a resolution that the
Committee on Poetoffices and Post-road in
quire into the expediency of a reviiion of the
postal lawn. Passed.
A joint resolution was received from the
Honse, appropriating $10,000 for the inangnra
' tlon of the statae of Washington.
On motion of Mr. Hammond, it was taken
Mr. Pngh moved to strike out ten and lntert
Mr. Hamilton thought the sum was small
' enough. It was the intention of the Com
mittee to entertain the troop while here if
tbey came. :- .. N
Mr. Pagh withdrew hit amendment.
1 The resolution was passed.
' ' A resolution from the House on joint rules
for the two houses was agreed to.
Mr. Brown's resolution was taken up.
Mr. Clark said he should speak on the
fourth resolution, and called attention to the
sneeoh of Mr. Breckinridge, who said it is the
aim ef every good oitisen to keep tlaverv out
or Congre, wntre it oniy aia nrm. no
Southern Senator or Representative attempted
to legislate upon it. He read the extract not
- to blame the Senator introducing the reeola
. tion. hat to call attention to the modern his
tory ef slavery agitation since 1850. What
Aa been aoneT
In 1851 the Democrats resolved It should be
kept out of Congre, but in 1654 that party
commenced the agitation. In 1850 the tame
party resolved that there should be no more
slavery agitation in Congress, but in 1857
they brought in the Leoomptoa Constitution.
And so they agitate year after year, and re
solve that they will not la 1820 slavery
w timid: they did not say slavery should go
' . i-.o the Territories, bat that slavery was gov
. orned by climate and geography; but now
p'avery goes in apite of climate and everything
:' olio. It ha grown bolder, and seeks to sp
- propriate all the territory. In the Kama
hill the doctrine was advocated that the
,, slavery question be left to the people. If the
( people have the power, where do they get it 7
- It Is denied that Congre ba the power, and
;' it is also claimed that the Constitution has the
' power to protect slavery., If this be true,
where do the people get the power to outride
the Constitution, xne resolution lays they
have the right to ge Into a Territory with
laves and be protected. The dootrin ia
" ' alarming. ' . , ;.
V..I .1 I11 1lm MntiMlMi tm ill
States against the will of the people; it will
.tl.im nmliMUn til ED . am HbtM nndM th
:, Constitution, and the time may oome when the
t Senator from Georgia may. ia hit own words.
- call the roll of bis Haves on Banker Hill.
Mr. Toombs wanted to know bit authority,
Mr. Clark eoold not tell where he had leea
1 M. I
Mr. Toombs said he might have seen it eon-
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: England and ia New York, but thapteema to
',. Joe the poUey ef his party. "
- Mr. Clark denied that he bad ever seen the
;'ow" .,-'i r t t'i v it
diction from the Senator. When the Coaitl-
1 iatioawa framed, Virginia did not reoognli
lh doctrine that slavery ennobled both races,
She did not reeognlse the dootrine of squatter
sovereignty, vongress repeaiea tn aooirine
ef free territory for lixty years, yet it Is new
claimed that tbe Constitution carries slavery
into the Territories and protect it. On the
acquisition of Southern territory slavery was
admitted by special proviso on the supposition
tbat the Constitution would exolude it, other
wise, exoept in a few eaees, there was no pro
viso, out no noay claimed tnai tn constitu
tion protected it. . -Ms
i He warned the Northern Democracy not to
make the dootrine of protection of slavery an
issue, or put .it in their platform. If they
should the history and end of the party would
be short and rapid as that of Chaldea., "Ia
that night was Belshaztar, King of the Chal
He denied that there was any power under
the Constitution to take ilavery into the Ter
ritory. Slaves were hotel b State law. When
the Constitution was formed the framers of it
made no provision for the carrying of slaves
into ether States. Sinoe this session com
menced these hall have rung with disunion.
Senator were trying to exoel each other.
The South is said to be for slavery and dis
union, and to threaten secession If slavery i
not protected. He referred to remark of the
Senator from Virginia, who laid the cap-stone
of the arch Union was a block-stone slavery.
This was not true; it was not the cap-stone,
but the cobble-stone in the earth, making it
tremble and shake; but it would not fall if it
were taken out. .
A message wa received from the President,
transmitting a memorial of the citizens of
Nebraska and the northern slope of thn Rooky
Mountains. Referred to the Committee on
Claims, in order to be printed. - ,
A message was received from the House an
nouncing the death of William O. Goode, of
Mr. Hunter offered the usual resolutions of
respeot, and moved that the Senate adjonrn.
He gave a sketoh of the life and character of
Mr. Goode. He was a man of energy and
faithfulness to his State and country; consist
ent and true to his came of duty, and his
public aad private career was such that any
one might envy. . He walked through his
course of pahllc life without a taint or sus
picion, and, like a true Christian, went peace
fully to rest.
Mr. Clay expressed entire concurrence in
the eloquent statements of the Senator from
Virginia. He had sought the acquaintance
of the deceased because ne had come from tbe
dlstriot where his (Clay's) mother was born
aud her kindred lived, and he respected him
from their first introduction. He was a true
gentleman who held to the right. Mr. Good
aspired to noble ends, and Horned all base
means. He wis always watchful at his post
and faithful to his constituents, ever at the
risk of bia health. Adjourned.
HOUSE The Speaker announced the fol
lowing (elect Committee on tbe Senate Bill
t abolish the franking privilege: Messrs.
Vallandigbam, Kellogg of 111., Barrett,
Adams of Ky., and Stakes.
Mr. Lovejoy asked leave to introduce a pre
amble and resolutions, reoiting the right and
privileges of citizens of the several States under
the Constitution: -
Wbkmas, As it ia alleged by responsible
parties that citizens of some of the States
going into other States on business, suoh as
the collecting of debts, teaching and other like
lawful business, have been personally treated
with indignity aud violence and driven from
their orooertv for certain sentiment thev may
have held, and without allegation of crime,
WHEBKis. An alleged practice similar to
the European passport system is springing up,
Scwlvtd, That a committee of five be ap
pointed to inquire into the above-recited facts,
and whether any further legislation is neces
sary to give effect to the Bald provision of the
Coustitution, and that the committee be em
powered to send for person and paper.
Mr. Lovejoy demanded a vote on the pass
ing of the resolution.
Objection were made.
Mr. Houston moved for a call of the House.
Mr. Sherman, from the Committee on Ways
and Means, reported a bill for the support of
the Indian Department in fulfilling treaty
stipulations with certain Indians in Oregon
und Washington Territories.
Mr. Pryor announced the death of William
0. Goode, whose successor he is. He eulogized
the private and political charaoter of the de
ceased. Missr. Miles and Vallandigham eulogized
Tbe usual resolution of respeot were
Washing), February 20. The Republi
can Congressional Executive Committee met
to-mg&t and organized by electing Senator
King Chairman; Representative Covode,
Treasurer; George Harrington, Seoretary.
mi. Tv T . m n
iue .uemoorauo .national jLxaouuve torn
mlttce are sending out a large number of po
litical documents, while the Central Commit
tee of tbe Constitutional Union Party have
oommenced tbe Presidential canvas by exten
sive distribution of an address to the people
of tbe United State.
The bill reported from the Committee on
Way and Mean for the construction, preserv
ation and repair of the fortification and other
work ot delense, appropriated tor tn Fort at
Hog Island, Me , $16,000, and for fort Knox,
ia tne same Bute, $z,uuu; f ort ttionmond,
StaUn Island, $16,000; Fort Tompkins, $50,
000; Fort Montgomery, at the outlet of Lake
Champlaln, $20,000; Fort Delaware, $50,000;
rort uarroli, Baltimore, 4U,uuu. improve
ment at Fort Monroe, $11,600; Fort Calhoun,
$76,000. Preservation of the site of Fort
Macon, N.C., $10,000; repair of Fort Moultrie,
$85,000; Fort Clinch, $30,000; Fort Taylor,
$70,000; Fort Jeffenon, $75,000; Fort McEee,
$10,000; Fort Point, $60,000, and Fort Al
oatrie, California, $25,000. Contingent ex
pense of fortification, preservation of site,
&o., $30,000. Total, $605,000.
Judge Arny, of Kanaai, ba reoelved from
Hon. J. W. Robinson, Seoretary of State,
under the Wyandotte Constitution, the eensua
taken last ipring, as filed in tbe office of the
Secretary of the Territory, which show that
there were at that time 70,020 aoula in Kantai.
It leaves more than one hundred towns unro-
turned and one hundred and fifty counties not
returned. Mr. Robinson thinks that there
are now 110,000 inhabitant in Kansas. Riley
is one county of whioh not a word ii said.
Atchison County is not returned; the elty of
Atchison alone has 5,000 Inhabitant!. He
ays that the official returns for delegate when
received will mow mat Kansas wui nave iuu,
000 nonulation. '
- Tbe published reports in the Riohmond
press of the conclusion of the proceeding of
tU IKfBI VWIWVI.klO RMW VUUTVUIIVU UBIU
here, say that tbe labstitute resolution, de
claring it inexpedient to express a preierence
for any Presidential candidate, was defeated,
and the papers of that city construe this as a
declaration ia favor of Hon. Henry A. Wis
for tne iresidency, as in original resolution
to this effect was pending when the convention
Boston, February 20 A dispatch
H. Y. Ames report that an unknown brig
went ashore last night en Mugekat Rocks,
with a signal of distress flying and the crew
clIncinK to the mast. No assistance eould
be rendered on account of the Ice. This morn
Inr the masts are cone and th crew are sup
posed to have perished. - A life-boat started
from Tuckernut to-day to reader assistance
but be not yet rewnua. ,
' Gov. Bank has ordered a salute of 128 guni
to be fired ea the ttd of February In this city,
in honor of Washlosfcon' birth. The Banks,
Iasunns Or ' .atom-houie will be
elor4. ' i Xr, the mott part iut
natives in several of
(ory town in thi State
. .or thessd, unless tne not
rfviouily agree upon a new
From New York.
Ntw Yorx," February 20 Five California
steamships were old to-day under protest
from B. H. Cheever.oneof the trustees $ the
owner. Tbey were knocked off at the fol
lowing prices: HinoM SWO.uuli,- to
Cheever; Mutt Taylor $102,000, to the same;
Star of iU -Wort $160,000, to Moies Taylor;
Philadelphia $5,000, to Francis Morris; .Empire
( $10,000, t tbe tame. - : .' j . '
The National Union Club publishes an ad
dress to the country, nominating John Minor
Botts for President and Tho. Gorwin for Vice
President. -It is signed by Myron H.Clark,
John Session!, and Samuel C. Thompson, Com
mittee. ' XJ : '. ; .,
- The Bank Statement ihows an Increase la
loans of $869,402; increase in specie $803,022;
decrease in circulation $185,108; inoreaiein
deposit $1,854,180. . .-.
Arrival of the Overland Mail.
New Obliahs, February 20 The overland
mail via El Paso ha arrived, with date from
San Francisco to the 30th ulU
The telegraph line ii completed to Fresno,
two hundred and eighty mile from San Fran
olsoo. ' - ; , . i
Ten thousand signature have bsen given at
San Francisco, petitioning the Legislature tc
prevent Chinese emigration. , '
Honolulu, January 7. The king has re
turned and wa saluted. The election
throughout the kingdom ihow only a small
vote. A new custom house has been com
menced at Honolulu.
The markets were dull and depressed too
dull for quotation. ".' ' "
Later From Mexico.
Nsw C-RLUHa, February 20 The aohooaer
Earknv, from Tampico on the 13th, has ar
rived. Generala Gaza and Uraga were march
ing rapidly from Matahuela and Tula; also,
Caravojal from Victoria to interoept Mlramon'i
expedition against Vera Cruz. - ".
' The -Headline' correspondent says that 4,600
men under Morelia and 4,000 under Alvarez,
were marching on the Capital. ', ,
The Liberal were besieging Gnadaljara.
Degolladahad gone to Puebla to direct the move
ment of the Liberal party, and was oonfident
In defeating Miramon.
Mirainon'i wife accompanies the expedition.
It is supposed their intention is to quit the
country in case they .are defeated. '
Philaoilphu, February 20 The Supreme
Court ha disposed of the Ella Bums case,
the majority of the Judges refusing to hear
the testimony or any part of the case, beoiuie it
had been decided by the New York Court,
Judge Reed was the only one willing to near
the case, and he denounced the system of
binding a ohild of tender years without pro
viso In reference to any art or occupation.
Forged a Deposition.
Bmoon, Ma., February 20 Benjamin
Kimball, a'member of the Penobscot bar, was
to-day convicted of forging a deposition, by
which he obtained a divorce from hit wife.
A motion on the arrest of judgment, and a bill
of exceptions to the ruling of the Court, are
Fittsbubq, February 20 M River seven
feet three inches by the pier-mark, and falling;,
Weather dear and pleasant: snow rapidly
Lodibvilli, February 20 The river is ris
ing slowly, with seven feot seven Inches
water in the canal.
Bbamtfobd, C. W.. February 20 The total
loss by the fire on Saturday ii $95,000. . Insu
rance $60,000, mostly id English companies.
in consequence ot uus calamity Dullness Here
is at a oomplete stand-still. ,
Madibon. Inn., February 20 The store of
N. Hawkins was forcibly entered on Saturday
by burglars, and between lour and nve hundred
dollars worth of dry goods, fco., stolen. No due
to the robber as yet.
Botpalo, February 20 Lieut. Calvia Fred
erick Thomas, United State Navy, died in
thia city of consumption Saturday night. '
Ahotbbb Obnoxious Pidslsb in tm Sooth,
Tbe Norristown, (Penn.) Herald says: "A
German peddler, named Moses Sohlositein.
well-known in this place, and who has pur
sued his business in this region, was a victim
recently of a gross outrage in Georgia. He
wa selling bis wares in Merriweatber, one of
the western eonnties of the State, about six
teen mile from Greenville, the county Boat.
He was passing a blaeksmith hop,wbere there
was a orowd gatnered, and saluted them po
litely, as trader generally do, oat tne 'non
intorcourse' fover forbade them to reciprocate
such oivility. They seised him and proceeded
to beat him unmercifully.
"Tnis assault was en outburst of cbivalrous
feeling, and then feigning a suiplolon of Bis
bavins; 'inoendiary documents' in his posses
sion, ihey followed and caught him again.
With their knives tbey ripped open hi pack,
cutting his goods to pieces; tbey then stripped
him, beat him outrageously, and left him ia
sensible. When he returned to consciousness,
he found tbat he was out about the face and
body, and that the thumb of his right hand
was broken. He gathered together bis ruined
goods, and fortunately found a fearless .and
hospitable man who kept him ten day, when
he was able to travel."
THS MaONITIO TlLIOBArB Tio," tic, tic,
goei the telegraph, from morning till night.
in ib souna i neira, new i oarnea wita
lightning speed from one end of the Union to
the other. How muoh la conveyed in that
constant tic fortunes are made and lost the
hope of year are blasted tbe cup of happi
ness Is often dashed from the lips sometimes
It banishes eorrow from the brow, and the
wilderness it made to blossom like the rose,
The merchant alts at hi desk, and anxiously
wait the new it bring it may raise him np
to the pinnacle of wealth, or it may link him
in despondency and gloom it may loothe hi
aching heart, or blast his prospects forever. -
HABBI80N. Suddenly, on Bnndar eranini. Feb.
rnary 19, at 9 o'clock, of congestion of the brain, in
the 2lat veer of hnr aid. Carrie W.. wife of W. H
Harrison, and daughter of J. and Adeline Boards,
No. 85 Ninth-street.
The funeral will take slace thia afternoon, at I
o'olock, from the residence of her husband, on Free
man-street, uetween mguin ana ninm. jrrlends of
the family are Invited to attend without further
Great griefs are voiceless, and the fact tbat tbey
exist only manifest Itself by the bursting heart and
the flight of soul. Tenfold more aad than death la
the suffering that leads to It; and the struggle which
tbe Imprisoned spirit make to be free should be to
friends tbe only sens of pain
Calmness, after th storm of life 1 o'er, and Peace,
the meek-eyed twins, wait upen and lead tbe soul to
verdant mead and flowery vale, where it stays In
patience for the love it left behind. Tho whisper
Faith and thus th heart believes; yet are tbe eyes
tear-blinded, and not Sympathy herself eaa e'er re
move the weight from the woe-burdened breast, ' '
With th friends and husband of this gentle ora
lure, whose feel had not yet crushed the violets of
twenty Springs, w deeply sympathise, and with
them weep, but not for her. White-winged aad joy
on now, aha mingle with oherobie choir, and, free
from Earth's imprisonment, make all the future
brighter tor those who loved her here and soon must
follow whither be baa led. , ... t
. N1FF Sunday morning, February 19, at I0J
o ciock,ui eruup, aivor m muri iiium. iuuiuh ,,.
Biggs, son of Sarah A. and Peter Men, jrH aged
years, lumonms ana iaje. ., .
Vonnrnl from tbe residence of his Barents. Ho. las
Weet Berentb-strest, en Toeeday morning at
o'olock. Friends invited without turtber notice, . .
. HUDSON -On Monday morning, February 20, at
quarter before i o'clock, of consumption, jobs U
. The fiinetml will be held at the residence of his
brother. J. D. Hudson, No. 78 Baymlller-stroet, at
.'clock P. K. this I
th friends ef the family are
invited to attend without further notloe,
MnnRART Fabrnarv 20. Sarah Inmnla. danah
ter of Levingston and Ellaabetfe McGeary, in tbe 7th
A. A. Byater, Clocks, Watches and
Jewtlry.W). Island SJI Weatera-tow.
1 i.i -i
; . .
S0 Merchant oan gain a good Kentucky
trade by advertising In the " Winchester Chronlole."
Address John Williams, Winchester, Krt jo21b
Visit Johnson' Gallery, corner oi
Ninth and aUia-stretU. Ton mayita well-finished
likeness for T cist aud upward.' flSaw
: fM Daguerrean Gallery, touth-weat cor
ner of Sixth and Western-row, Oyer Hannafori'i
4 rug -store. Pictures taken and . nt la food eases
tor twenty oeu Is. .Warranted to pleeset
Citisen nd stranger requiring gifts
and present will find a splendid line of suitable
goods atJ. D. Park's Baaaar of rancy, north-east
corner of Fourth and Walnut-street. : "
Card Case,' : ' -. -:;: -
, Card BeoeiTeri, ... i
,':.';.' - OdorOa,
Writing Desks, '
Work Boxes,. '. , '
-'.i;, .-, , TrsTeliDf Case, ' if .I. :
" Dresslag Oases,
Fancy Inkstands, ' .. ;
., , , -,. ;, ; Traveling Bags, '''
i . ; Chopping Bag, .
v i , Purse and Chain,
Heerschaunur Y .-r '
- Watch Stand,' .
', ' Odor Stands,'
i .i-'i . pocket Knives,
Bolssors in Osso. . ' 1 " ..p.V.
Basors In Coses,
,-,- : I-, '.Opera Fan, ". ..
' ....'.';. t ' r Opera Glasses,
Elegant Qarter," ' r-'i
Shell and Bteol Oombs, '' ' '
, ' Steel Buckle and Clasps, 1
felTd . Steel Bracelets.
LINE OF MARCH
.' -Of TH1I-
f-tr-yTHE PROCESSION Will
mtr form on Bixtn St.,
rlgbt resting on Baoe, dis
playing weitwardlr. The
procession will more east on
Mixth-ntrmt in Main, north
on Main to Twelfth, west on Twelfth to l)ntial-av.,
north en Oentral-avenae to Ollnton-street, weet on
i u. .u r.i. .a nAn. w.u n.
Uourt to Baymlller, south on Baymlller to Eighth,
east on Eighth to Mound, sooth on Mound to Hlxth,
aut on Hiitn to Smith, eonth on Smith to Fifth,
east on Fifth to Baoe, eonth on Baoe to Fourth, east
on Fourth to Vine, eonth on Vine to Third, east on
Third to walnut, south on wainutto reari, eaas on
Pearl to Main, sooth on Alain to Front, east on
Front to Broadway, north on Broadway to Fourth,
west on Fourth to Smith A Mlxon' Hail. fe21a
a5HE ADQUABTERS OF AMER-
yPQ? 10 AN OONTlNKJNTAii BBlOAUSi
February 20, 18A0.-Th companies attached aad
h.lnnrin.lA Ih. tflmt tt.nim.iil tf 111. &TT1.rl.
can Continental Brigade are hereby ordered to W
Dumhl. Ql.th.lM.I HnhtMall..nn Ram.
displaying westwardiy, at ten o'clock A. M., on
WKDNKanA Y, February 22, and await further or
ders. fecial A. K. JONES, Brig. General.
TAI.S.-OomiianT A. lnrsntry Ion
are hereby requested to meet at Headquarters
THI8 (Tuesday) EVBNINO, as business or im
portance will be transacted. Also at Headquar
ters on WEDNESDAY MOBNIt)G, at. eight
o'ciock, in inu-arses anuorm.
uy oraer or tne uaptein. U. u. JAUnoun.
O. B. Kikk sad, Secretary. . feaia
VGJf Tickets for the Mexioan Volunteers' ii
Ball, to be given at National Hall on tue22dof &
February, oan be had of tbe following nersona : Ii
Dr. U. if. Langdon, Captain John O'llowd, Gapt. VJ
J. B. Armstrong, (apt. H. Bardsal, Lieut. A. B. "
uoitllle, Jonas Seaman, B. Hner aiio- w. u. uener
man i also at tbe offioe of the Chief of the Fire Se
partment, and at National Hall. fe21a
M A SO N I C-ADJOURNED
Mentina of MIAMI LODOH. No.
ie, s . ana a. m., wu ne neiu Tma (ines
day) EVENING, at eeren o'clock, for work.
Members and Tiiitlnv brethren are reelect
folly inrited to attend. By order of the W. H.
16Zla JOHH C. PABB, Seoretary.
HiAD-quiaTiM 3d BbioadMit Div., O. V. M., ") :
uinuinnttiti Duunmrr 10 isou J
fj?9GENERAI. ORDER.'-NO. 18.
VJ The enrolled members of Company F. ,"
Banilield Light Guards, are hereby authorised and (
directed to assemble at their Armory, on the south fit
side of Fifth-street, between Main and Sycamore- JT
streets, on WEDNESDAY, the 29th day of Febru-H
ary, A. D. 1860, between the hours of 10 A. M. and S
P.M.. and then and there proceed to elect one Captain,
one rlrst Lieutenant, one Becond Lieutenant, one
Third Lieutenant and one Ensign.
I be election will beconaucted In accordance with
the provisions of the act of March 28, 1867, and the
Doll-book will be returned to these Head-onartara aa
soon aa made np and sealed.
ny eommana oi urigaaier mineral J . H. Mates.
feaott HENBY G. KENNETT, Brigade Major.
AtfCUILBIiAINS AND FROST
SrW ED FEET. -Palmer's Vegetable Cosmetic
Lotion is tbe never-failing remedy for these great
annoyances. It not oniy effects a complete cure.
oiten by one thorough application, but it decreases
sale by druggists generally,
iue naDiiiiy to a return oi tne same difficulty.
SOLON PALME B, Agent,
No. 16 West Fonrtb-street.
Vj7 OunumAn, Bee. IT, 1869. Mr. 8. Palmer
Dear Sir I Some five year sines I received aaevere
ininry on my left arm, near the elbow, since which
I have been greatly annoyed by a cutaneous disease
on tbe same. After using various remedies without
snocess, 1 waa induced to try your Vegetable Uoe-
iiiuuu uonou,anaam nappy in informing you tnat
the naa of hAir a hnttl hu Uft nt .nn MiniiAlli
and free from disease as Its mate. . .,
JOHN W. BAITENUOWEB.
No. lit West Third-street.
For Sale bv arUtfirllta evervwhere. Da anre tn tfet
Palmer's Veaetable Oosmetfe Lotion. and aeoeitof
nothing else. SOLON PALMEH, Agent.
aero jo.se weet ronrtn-streot, Ulnotnnatl, U.
rfTKENNEDi'S MEDICAL DI3
W OOVIBY Is acknowledged by the must em-
nent pnyslolans, and by the most careful drutglsts
throughout tbe United State, to be the most effectual
blood-nurlfler ever knomrn. and to have rellevMi more
suffering, and effected more permanent cures, than
any preparation known to tbe profession. Scrofula,
SaltBhenm, Erysipelas, Boald-bead, scaly eruptions
of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottles, and
toe system restored to run strengtn ana vigor, rnii
and explicit directions for the cure of ulcerated sore
lege, ana outer corrupt ana running nicer, is given in
the pamphlet with eaoh bottle. For sale by JOHN D.
1'ABK, 8D1BE. ECKSTEIN A OO., aud GEOBOI
M.T11XON. Prloetl. woW-ar
Direct Weekly Communication
Cincinnati and England, Ireland, Scot
una, arance ana urmany. .
Beduotion of Fare! Throng;! Tioketi!
fflHH POWERFUL IRON ST1AMSHIPS
jm. "ciry oi Baltimore," -uitr oi
Hancheitar." Edinburcb." "Cltv
. I. V. I 1 I ,r 1 I, II Y7
ot neiuuiBwu. uiHRuwi oau-
:aroo" ana Vigo" win sail from B
' L1VBBPOOL, GALLING AT OOBK, ' ' '
To land and receive Hails and PasMngers, 1TBBT
By s Dedal arrangement we are now enabled to
issue TH BOUGH TICKETS to and from Cincinnati
and the principal cities or ureat .Britain, at tbe fol
lowing reduced rates i . . . .
TKiaAOi (rou vrira ooosin novisiOHs).
Cincinnati to Liverpool (via Hew York).-.....f 19
Cincinnati to Oork...Mt........M...MM.M...i..M.......M 46
Bo turn Tloseis. uineinnatl to liiverpuol, uias-
gfw or Oork, and back, good for six months... 06
Glasgow to Cloolnnati................,M ss
Liverpool to Olnclnuatl.,m,....,. 60
Oork to Cincinnati ....i,........,.. . 40
aw By Sailing Packot (tbe well-known, superior
BLAOK STAB LINE):
Olnoinnati to Liverpool (second cabin)..
(Jlnclnnatl to Liverpool (eteersge)...,..,.,.,,,,.,, tl
Liverpool to Olnoinnati (seoona oabln).........-...... 30
Liverpool to Olnoinnati (sIeere)...M.... 87
A CO., Cincinnati, .
fe21 - Mo. 17 West Third-street.
Uathey-Caylufl Capsules with-
out Taste or Bmeii.
FOR THE BATE, SPEEDY AND RAD
ICAL euro of Gonorrhea, Gleet, Whites, In.
gemmation of the Bladder and Kidneys. Ac.. Ma.
they-Oaylns Oapsnlee were tbe only medicines of the
Kina sumntca to tne universal aamuitioo at ran
la low. , w have now on nana tne louowln Kim
uopaioa via uuraia u iiuu .
Copaiba and Onbebs ; . -Copaiba
end Bhatany J
llonklha and (latechn 1 -
Copaiba and Tannic Acid
Copaiba, tiobeba and Oarb, Iron!
, Onbebs and A loss t ' .i ''-.-':
Oopaiba. Onbebs and AllUti ;t
mUYt&HD BCAHLAH CO.
ineei Duafluan wi
H, I. cornet of fourth and Main-si,
.'';' . .-bl-; ' -
DELMD & (iOmCE'S,
. SPBW0 IMPORTATIONS,
NOVELTIES IN NEW GOODS!
NEWEST SXTIES OP SPRING SILKS IN
. , i . piawa, ,'.'m,.'' 1 ;:":':;
' ' Bayadere and
Rich EreniDg Dresses, : '
Five, six, seven and nln.flounced BABEGK BOBES.
Elegant tve and sevan-flounoed SILK BOBES.,
BABIQB SBISS GOODS. . . " - -NOUVEAOTB
Ooitlnuatlon of sales of Seasonable DBY GOODS
FBENOH MBBIKOE8......,...-. .jLtoOoenti.
ENGLI8H MEBIN0E8........At M and t7 cents.
VALKNOI AS........ ...At 16 cents, worth so cents,
DILAINES.... .At 13 oents, worth 26 oents.
' BALMORAL 8KIBT8, -' -Small
lot of Hoop 8klrts,....At 60 cents, worth $1.
Lot of colored Cloth Cloaks.m..,.At $5, worth $10.
CDOTHS and OA88IMEBE8 at reduced prices.
, -ALSOE ,
A fine assortment of Hosiery, Gloves, Spring Under
wear, Ladies' Biding Gauntlets, Opera Hoods, Ac.
VELVET and CLOTH CLOAKS.
STELLA and WOOL SHAWLS reduced to $2, 4,
6and8. . .
TO HOUSOKEEPER9. ,
., TOWELING, CRASH,".
A LOT OF .
Flaunels and Blankets
At reduced prioes. . t
DELANO & COSSAGE,
74 VlHWr FOUKTU-STJUSUTs
ATEB'S CHERRY PECTORAL ;
Phillips's Oongb Syrup; .
jayne a axpectorani:
W (star's Balsam of Wild Cherry ;
Jonas Wbitoomb's Asthma Bemedy ;
Foley's Indian Balsam i . '
Hall's Balsam; . - ;
Bogera's Liverwort and Tar;
Hoofland's Balsamic Cordial ;
Stafford's Olive Tar ;
Sellers's Cough Syrnp: : -
Ur, Warren's Oough Mixture;
Mrs. Gardner's Balsam of Liverwort ;
Low A Bead's Pulmonary Balsam ;
Hew England Oo igh Syrnp ;
Rushton's Ood-Jiver Oil ;
Simn's Cod-liver Oil;
Burnet's Vod-liver Oil ;
Baker's Cod-liver Oil:
Quern's and KicbaruVs Cod-liver Oil Jelly
a reoon rec wrai uiKara tor Astnma ,
; Bryan's Palmonlo Wafers; , ! , , I f
. Locock's Pulmonio Wafers; ' ' ' ' . .1
Wistar', Peters's and Sherman's Oongb Loz.
Brown'a Bronchial Treohes; " 1
For sal by EDWABU SCANLAM A CO.,
Apothecaries and Druggists,
fe21o - N. E. oor. Fourth end Main-streets, j
HAIR-DYES ALL KINDS
Woofs Hair Bestorative:
Mrs. Allen's Hair Bestorative;
McOmber's Hair Invlgorator ;
Hawley's Hair Tonio;
Mrs. Allen's Hair Dressing ;
Lyon's Kathairon ;
Bnrnet's Coooaine ; ' '
Barry's Trlcopberous ;
Jayne's Hair Tonic;
Londen's HairTonlfi:'" '' -
Fhalcn's Hair Invlgorator ;
Bogle's Hyperion Fluid ;
Jeunr Llnd Halr-alou :
Hauel's Ean Lustral ;
VUIM.IBU U.I1U . ' V1- I
Balm of Columbia; ' '..-'
Pomades, Hair Oils, Ac, In great variety.
EDWABO SUANLAN A CO., Druggists, i
M. E. corner of Main and Fonrth-tts.'
IIm...I. U -1 .
MAPLE MOLASSES A pure and una
dulterated article, Just received at
Comer of Ninth and Vine-streets.
EXTRA WHITE WHEAT FLOUR.
Families desiring the best Flonr in the city
would do well to call at FEBGOSOS'S,
real uorner ninth and Vine-street.
CHOICE BLAOK AND GREEN TEAS.
A large and varied assortment of oholoe Black
and Green Tea, from forty oents upward, lust re
ceived at Ferguson's,
lezl uorner ninth ana vine-streets.
Keith & Co.'s Concentrated
' ; . . '' ': ' r'"V ' V", . v I..
WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE SALE
of Keith A Oo.'i Ooncentrated Medicines, and
are prepared to furnish tbem at Laboratory prlceai
, DUUMU, aivaoi ttin as w.,
fe20c ' Opposite the PostolBoe.
Martha Washington Nosegay.
ANEW, FRAGRANT AND LASTING
Perfume for th Handkerchief, Becelvedand
for sale by
BOIBE, ECKSTEIN A CO., ,
' fetOo ' " - Opposite the Poatoffioe.
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer
Aperient. ' '
THIS MUCH ESTEEMED AND HIGH
LT valuable preparation will not fail to re.
move Dyspepsia. Bilious Affection, Head-aoho,
Heart-burn, Uostlvenese, Gout, Bhenmatlam. Ac.
For sale b SDLB1, KOKSTEIB 400..
reajc - vppoeite tne roatomo. i
mHESB CIGARS HAVE BEEN IH
JL POBTID expressly for our retail sales, and are
re maraaniy ricn ana nne navorea. sorsaieoy ;
' AUSJS.B1. jyu&oxaiiif a uu.,
feiOo ' Opposite the Postofflos.
Benzine - ' i
ILL MOST EPFECTTTA1LY RTt.
MOVE Sraaae. Stains. Dirt. Ac' from
OLUVES and every variety of Wearing Apparel, and
aen contains nenner auiiio nor AltKAiiiJte, it cat
not Ininre either the texture or the color of the arti.
oles to which it It applied. Prepared and for sale by
; ouiuai, Aun-Bisiin a uu.,
fe30c ' Opposite th Postoflloe,
RED CURRANT JELLY, FIB FRUITS,
Ao. J ntt received an Invoice of Bed Onrrant
Jelly, in tsenty, ten and three pound cans; also In
sibm jars, auarw. biois us nail Dinis: tweniv aoaei
assorted Pie Fruits; twenty dozen assorted Preserves
fifty dasen three pound cans fresh Strawberries, and
one hundred three pound oan fresh Delaware
reecnee. sor sale wholesale ana retail by
fsiO . Hatlonal Theater Bnildlng. Srcamore-st.
si r Tv.
203 WESTERN ROW, KffH FIFTH,
CINCINNATI, O. ,
TBEflH BALTIMORB OTBTEM, every day by
. ilxnrMS, warraatsd to to vasnrpasssd. Alee
vove, epwea, ana neaiea vysnrs, oneies
nntM riaKiei, sweei, aaa uaMsnpa.
. iTresb Iiobeters aad Clamsi Freeh ,
ussnue i-eacixs. trawbsRiss.
juasaaerriss, ete s
aeV f !hsll V i
Ne and Improved -SHUTTLE
0E 1L0CK STITCH
The beat aad only Machine In th market suitable
: LOW PRICE OF
QFiOVtK ft DAKbtii
; BBWINO MAO0INB CO.
: 68 West lonrth-street
gTAJfDABD silUTTLE .
Sewing iiaciiines :
Nei 3 feewlng MaekIe.Jl...-.....$lt)0
No. 1 Sevrlaa Maeblne.-... ..M...-r 00
Tbe Family Sesrlna Maehlne A.w.. 7S
The Family Sewing Machine... ......... SS
Olnoinnati Office, No. 8 EAST FOUBTH-St.
fitflamadp JAMB9 SKAttDON, Aaesit.
Oak Tanned leather Belting ft Hoie
' i ,.'u. 181 Eaat Front-atreet,
BEING THE FIRST AND" OLDEST
Manufacturer of Leather Belting in Cincinnati,
Is prepared to furnish any width, length ortbickness
to the trade, and warrants hi Belting equal to any
m.MA.Mlil t .
Parties wishing a good article of Leather Belting'
would do well to call and examine my stock before
purchasing elsewhere. Kemember tbe old stand, 181
Kant Front-street. felfiasr -
T A 1VTTT A TTT AC lOAA
ai r v J n n. w ..a. i nnii.
BRADLEY & WEBB
Hive thi day removed to their NEW 8IQBII, ',
Where, with freatly-lncreased facilities, they wul
, ,. .. ' ' " continue th ".' 1 ,
.'"V BI!.DIN anil
Blank Book Manufacturing Business.
'flHE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE TAKEN
JL th store lately occupied by Henry Falls,
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
And will keep always on hand one of tbe largest
i stocks and the latest pattern of , , i , ( ;
To be found In the country, which they offer at
AT -WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
At prices beyond competition.
8. HOLMES & SON,
No. 65 West Fourth-street,
Ja27anf Adjoining Pike's Opera-bouse.
The Most Pleasant, Healthy and Nu
In the World!
-"J THE GREAT -.
423. 15. 11 33.,
WHILE WORKING AS A PRINTER IN
London, admitted the value of good ale, yet
supposed that a five-cent loaf contained as much
nourishment a nve cents- wortn oi aie. .
BEN F&ANKLIN was a groat man, but ehtm
I 'try and phisiology bave made great strides since
mat time, aau aimu.t an meaicai uiou, iiK.iuuiun.ue
areat chemist Lieblar, admit that MUSTY AL.1,
bing made of pure hope and malt, has properties
above those even of good food. It is a gentle stimu.
Iiint to the debilitated, gives tonio to the eon vales
cont, and energr and nutrition to all. , ,
HUME'S MUSTY ALE
leu, and as proof of Us popularity over all other ales,
ere' the number of spurious imitators which have
t'Pruns np in this and all the principal olties from
New York to Nsw Orleans, and wbo are trying to
deceive the publie aad undermine the oharaoter of
ilume i, by selling aa genuine Muatv, various spuri
ous low-priced le.
Ail Judges anu lovers or goou aie cannot tail to ra
hla-hlr Disused with Hume's Genuine Musty Ale, new
on tap at the - . " ' . '
Cottage, 104 Main-street.
His nook consists of over Ave hundred barrels, of
varlost age, la very line condition . . . .. .
Hume's Light Musty Ale,
Hade especially for BPRINQ USX. Is equal. If not
superior, to that which he sold last Haron, and
which created so great an ezoltemsut all over the
Union. It possesses all tbe strengthening qualities
f the finest Imported English and Scotch Ales, and
s preferred as a beverage In consequence of its parity
end lightness, especially for ladies and invalids. ,
Mr.Hums desires to inform bis fritnds and the
public, that he has not sold a single bsrrel of Musts
Ale to any dealer or saloon-keeper In Clnoinnati,
end tbat all are spurious except that whioh is sold at
Tho Musty Ale Cottage,
am iaj Mllw aTDVlIiF.
'. . :'':;: .", ,: .10 AT.-'. ... .' .-. . , . ',
Ho. 393 rifth-street, bet. Western-row and John,
itreet, south aide, -r . . , - . fel-tf ,
Cincinnati Fuel Co,,
COAL YABD AND OFFICE, V:
' NO. 103 BAST THIlt D-8TRRET. -
YOJOTGHIO QH ENY;j)
ar Oi OeffidliDlted maa yromptlr nceonted.
! TaatisUm -i , - .w w Dnnnirr. "
PARAFFINE 0 1 1 S
r, rORBURSIIffJ AKD LUBRICATING,
,'.:'' Free from Oflennive 6dor,' at
:'::,,.tVT' ,'v-ar'. '.: v
WalnuUlxeet" ancinnatl, O,
WE INVITE A COMPARATIVE TRI
AL with any manufaotaring establishment
B" w warrant our Oil to.be equal, U not np.
mf W Invite those la the cltr and vkUity to
sail and sxairins for tftemselvee. -
SMT Be persons ordering from distance, nails.
notion guaranteed In all oases Address TV?
V R' MSlTO 4entor t 1 a" '
, A. C tlODOKt:, Treasarer, '
A2 9H WainOttlwet. flinelnnail
HAVINa. BEEN. S N Q AO E D FOR
i JB!t,,:ar. la raising houses, girder, floor
and oofs, and" being wall supplied with tooitofsd
kinds required for such work, I feel assured that I
can give satlafactlon to any one who mar favor sae
vrtttx a call, at the corner or Hopkins and Cutter'
.? . M . r. OOTTM. o
FINE 'WINES , TOR FAMILY, USE
Jnat NMhJ. : . , . TTL
- -i "r f tw aaiBony-p r x
' ; bharrvt - ... . ,. , . ,.
3 uusjUr-cajlu ir ' sw.'- i '
llbnttsxtraHoW' at t
3quarierassr o- -.vid.
Suitable for oomaiun r
sals and retail, by
tm Mand Bra...;