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THE DAILY PENNY PHESH
I puldwhnAdaltjvSilndajsjcxccptod.al '' '
"Waf. TViT.tVi Sh'Hflf.
dMIvored tn lulavrlhera in CINCINNATI. COT.
(ITOS and NEWPORT, and In surrouudtng eitlos.
village and Unit at ill '.' ' j t
ra TV rttswf(r" A WflfTf.
. isiyablc to the carrier. ' ' , if
, PRICE OI' MAI 1,1 XG.,
.! X etiifVtopt......i............,...i.,.,,..iA....
dip month ,
three months .............. ......
.... 4 m
1 xit r a. mrnw T' er trr a Tr"T
;,i?Z T.mrrt Bakb, Sole T.pssee: r
'-Llnagerj W. O. Tat-Mi-anis, T
!an fltiihlh ntirht df the universal
'rt'S Lxwrll BaVcB, Sole T.pssee: I). A. Samboa, Stag
uj favorite nnd popular
foiuodian. Mr. FRANK jiftlKW.
K;l Second time of Toin Taylur'a great comMy, which
, I C I'1 III.' P. .,11111., fYCOII AIICIHIT, "'
"Jt Wwrt "f tve montlie, u oeerfhiw init houses,
and its Immense success coiiiimte nnaiiaid at the
' ' Ttftft&AY KVKNINO, Fohrtiiirf M. will be uoled
I TjuijTHrlur'a pxpiilai oniidy, oullmi
' ' OUR AUKIUCAN COUSIN.
' AiaTiH'nnliard, (Oitr Aaiar.-kn Omuin,) Mr, Kiank
J'ivw; Lord )iiinaranrr,Mr. McWllliama; HirKdwnrd
inward, Mr. Il:i4tifrd; Mr. Covlr-, Mr. ll imiUon;
All Murrutt, Mr. Lnlllmwcll; l.lcnt. Vcwi.m, Mr.
.I.'iinia-l it d'" l-t -., Mr. Willis: Hinny, Mr.
Uixht: J"lrnc Trrnchiivd, Miss I)e Cuurry; M;iy
a ! Werixuth, .nra. urinin.
. Jo conalude with thn .
"JlOjurtH'i Mr. Li'fflnnwi'll; Al ('ruiin ftufftire, Mr.
"Ilil.ifird; TharlM (layfoiv. Mr. H.iiiIIiuii; Ellen
Courll, Misa C'ouk; i.nrv, Mm h, hndrM.
'rtlE KKW NATIONAL HOTEL, ndjoinlnii tlir
ThfAtr, i tiriw non for Hie rM!-ptliii ol euoHU.
JuomvrtHi l-l4ln'd ly t tie dn' or woot, nml
iwln ftiniLlhrtl nt M limir. ; . '
Vn44m-n Rnd others lire rtutlnnr,il"ftualu'(t fur.
nUkiiiR any artkl Ur 'I'btator wHIwut n vrrittfii
MrrllDi-d lT Hi' rit.i.; Mkn:tei or I lie TrMwn-r.
OORNER SIXTH VISE HT8., CINCINNATI
HciMiir A rtlt
FiupouloH by 1..,
, OenniiK Woon,
11. C. BnrivT,
I'. P. i MBTfO.
. HiiWAitn HimcHa.
. K. MAniltKi
XOTirr TIME rilA.Nlil'.D.
IKioim 0)'ii nt ficliii k; V.'rforinaiicf rciinnioiirpii
t pricks of Ansussutx.
Iivs Clrvlp mill rariik'tli, .vici'iitn; I'liinily Ciivlc,
G von t A Urn c 1 ion !
- -The MaiingpT tnkpa pli n.-nri1 In nnnomi.-lntf to Dip
putuir runt lie iih cnrcii'ii u rp-eiiatnui-nipnl mill
Mr. & Mrs. ELLSLER,
For production of thn 0 1 and Fairy Sjiectiu-le of
hH, MiMiiiL'trt, huu an urp coni'oiiiiiniuH nett'Hwnry
rppn'nentuticn hi : stylo or utntHiallHlca nutgnln-
k In addition to thn tin tin I eonintini tin hit pntnitt
trti Urge uunibei; of beuutiful youitR latliei to repu'setit
NyiuplH ol' the Khinc,
V1.n n-ill onluD, in l ait I lini. L'.l.. ..Iiin... aii.l
AniHXoniaii armors, prepared expressly for thi- pieve.
VI- Marehc of Amnzont and Demon! '
Grtwd Floral Dttncn am! Ornvjinji!
Terrific Comhala! mill
Jj , ' Wftcfern7 JVi(7.s "oik Trnntfortixilinm!
TUESItAY EVENIXti. Felmmrv 22. 1X19. nnd eT-
erv erenluff this week, will Ih nresenled the loost
i 1 i gorgeous spectacle, in four net, ever performed in
. l.i lilts cuy, eiifcliltu me
Ob, Tn-r. Nympim or tiik Kiii.se.
t.tniirrE, Queen of the Naiads. .Mm. Errit Ellst fr.
S.-Iinap, Sir Jtuperta Pnulre Mr. John i.i.i.su.i:n.
' Mr Rupert, anrnamed the l'eaniuUKht....Mr. Collier.
Amuhibeo. a Demon Monster .Mr. Donnelly.
. Coralline, a Musical Naiad Miss L. Maddern.
Naiads of the f one and Dance, Demons of the Dark
Bluo Waters, Knights of the Lancti, tlbft Word nnd
N. V. Owlni tothr lenntn'ortblstimiiilfloent F.itrf
ejpecwcie, no oiner piece can oe periormen witu ii.
BsTHeats may be secured nt the Box Ollloe frnu
j't-locfc A. .11. nut ll 4 clocK 1'. Jl. riu
TWO NIGHTS ONLY, POSITIVELY. '
M'T.I.E VICCOI.OMINI will
JL Informed thnt
give TWO GRAND LDNCJ'.UTS ill Cincinnati, on
Wednesday & Thursday, 21A nud!ltli.
AT SMITH NIKOX'S HALL.
VommenclngatS o'clock, being positively tbe only
Derforinnuces sue cad Klve in tins city. M ile I'lcco-
lutnliil will be assisted by
Prima Donna from UerMajcdty'sTlieater, London.
Prima Tenor from the Covent 0rden, Loudon, aud
the Academy of Music, lew YorK.
Priuclpal Basot also from the Queen's Theater,
The Celebrated Violinist. '
4Sl.Mt7.tO .::-'e-. Conductsr.
1. Romatiza. il Kornian ........SlG.
2. Briudisi. LaTrarlaUT.!
M'Ue Plcfolomfill and Si"-. I.orlni,
3. Grace, Grace. Robert le Diuble M'i.i.k Ghioni.
4. Fautuzla. Utuello 3la. woli.i:'mai
0. Duett. Nouie dl Fiitaro Moakt
M'lle Piccolouiliil and M'Ue Gliinnl.
X. Spirto GuutiL , Ln Favorita Sm. Louin
Largo al Factotum.
M'lle Pircoloiulul.; . -
i. Serenade Don Paaqualc .....Sin. Lohini
10. Fantasia, '-The Swallows. "...Mr. WnM-rNiiACPT,
11. Aria. Laiunara M'llk Ghioni
13. Clrand Duett. L Klir.il di Ainoie.
M'lle Plrrolomliil and Hlg. Maggiorottl
ro- of reserved seats. S2. Admission In the eve.
iiiiia at tbeiloor, i, Willi the privilege of. occupying
OCIl seillfl as uiay IIOI u,t-ueeu .t-cm-u.
Kflfwi The ninttnffer reizrets'to announce that
consequence of M'lle PH' 0LOM1 N rsrvices being
liinnerotively uUiId In London early in April,
bus been unable to ubtnln an extension of his con-
.,..1 iv.n M iv f.umlpv. Matlilirel' of tllMOneen'sTllea.
tet (hre. This will, tlierefoi-e, most positively lie
uulyopportunitiesofjieuriii this eelc-bruti.d cauta
t rue In Ciliainuati.
THE SALE OF SEATS, FOR BCaKIw CERTS.
Will eommmieenn MUNfAY Keliritary 21st, at
p'clork precisely, at the rouJiuMf Snutli 1 Nixon.
Ol HI I llouLI'm I 1 limKNU III .uiiinvinr oi i
vmai ami 'iilih: in alt.
lis,- 2roU: niol IS! Ol iUai'CIi;
Mil4bls. 4tli, and then gnes-dbmp'to
aiud niVtrkB from there for Europe?
The Campbells Are Coming.
STAR TEOtPE OP THE MOULD
Smith & N ixon's Hall One Week,
' " : (HUM UNCI NO . I
v MONDAY EVKNINd, FPBHL'ARY
i lliiiiiiiit' A- IVph f'siiiiliP'tt
r Double Trotip k Brass Band,
Selected from the vory bout Rtbbiidao Pc'linoiitors,
Vocalist and Instrumentalists evVr coiccntra'e(J
The Campbell Brass Band,
Consisting of TKM TALENTED MUSICIANS
uluy iilglitly In front of the Hall, oil tho opening
Admission ) cents.
Doors open at 7 o'clock; performance at Tj.
P. A. CLARKE, Agent-
unw-The Campbells will play ln Covington, at
Fellows Hall, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, February
2itU and Mth. , , . ,
'" at i y.
TUESDAY EVENIH0, FEB'Y
, Tableaux aud Othisr Amuaemtnta.
A Band of good Music will be In attendance.
Jimuoan -. . .,,., .-.n
Vuiloo,50CW!;s. . .
CINCINNATI, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1859.
PROF. L..N. FOWLER, OF TIIF. FIRM
of Fowlrr k M rllfl. New Turk, will ronmirw
n coiime of lrrlnn-a in Mmith & Nixon Hall, ( iui ln
nntl, on the 1Mb of Mnrrh, lVfl. t-4
[Specially Reported for the Daily Penny Press.]
Cincinnati Horse Markets.
Cincinnati Horse Markets. MONDAY EVENING, February 21, 1859.
The nnfkot Coiitinnoa anils lollre. with full aim.
filios. Tli?a'4Rri'Knlo of e:iles for the Wi-ek Jnntclixed
s eerhaM ereater than for any correwnonilina ti.-rlnd
during the winti-r. T ho -nipplii-a have Ki-nernlT) ux
ceailed thd demand.
MILLER & EASTWOOD'S STABLES,
NORTH SIDE OF FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN MAIN AND
Report of Sale! for Week ending Monday, Fell. 21.
No. of Horses Hold lii'.l I Value.... 7.',
W. H. STEAVEN'S STABLES.
SOUTH SIDE OF FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN MAIN AND
Ituporl of aalo for wek eiidinR Monday, Feb. 21, .
No. of lIraeeolu .iv I Value ..i ,JJ4 OU
B. JENIFER'S STABLES, (McKenzie, Agent.)
NORTH SIDE OF FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN MAIN AND
Report of Knlea for week cndlnjt Momlay, Feb, II
No. of Horse mid .,...7Z I Val n- 2.1
D. & P. RILEY'S STADLES,
SOUTH SIDE OF SIXTH STREET BETWEEN MAIN AND
Report pf iitli-a for week rndliiR Monday, Feb. 21
No, of Hones iold 49 I Value . ?.'., ' 00
SOUTH SIDE OF FIFTH STREET, BETWEEN MAIN AND
Report of sales for wepk endinit Mondny, Feb. 21.
No. of Horses sold In-." Value SI(i,f.o2 r0
Total nnmlterof Horsea iold tts
Total value ". ili.,4sl:l
[Specially Reported for the Daily Penny Press.]
Cincinnati Cattle Market.
MONDAY, February 21, 1859.
1). W. llai'lell. WeiL'li-ninster nt the llrlihlon Stort
yards, reiHirts the following receipts of Live Stock
lor tne VieeK ending Alonuay evening, .laiiuary 21
fettle .fill I Sheep lift I Hogs v,2
..S.I W) to Si
... 4 T.t to ft 12
.. 3 H) to
... ft 7u to
RECEIPTS OF CATTLE.
NAM I'.S OF DHOVKR.
WIIKRI! I'BOM. M.
do .... 12
.lolntson A McDonald
J. O. Hardy
l'uulexs A Jlllell
Applegate & Woods...
A SinoW.ak Matrimonial Aitair. As
Important Lkoal Qukstiox. Borne seven or
eight years ago, r. young married man of this
oity, left for the land of Ophir, gonorally known
as California, informing his wife at the tiino,
that he intended to be absent about one year.
After three years absence his wife received In
formation from some souroe that her husband
was accidentally killed in Coloma. Previous
to his departure he gave to his, wife the right
and ifae of tmall brick, Uoiiae-arhiob ha,ownd
In tho West end 'of the city, valued at about
$1200. After remaining a widow as she sup
posed she was--for four years, sho concluded
to embark in another matrimonial enterprize,
and married the second time a worthy, but un
fortunately, a poor man. She sold tho property
as administratrix appointed by court, and
gave the proceeds to licr new husband to in
vest in the grocery business. A short time
since the first husband suddenly mado bis ap
pearance to tho wonderment and surprise of all
his old friends, and more particularly of his
wife and relatives, and claimed both his wife,
and house and lot. Tho wife it appears pre
fers living with husband number two properly
appreciating the neglect and indifference of
number one, and the consequences resulting
therefrom is a suit for the recovery of the pro
ceeds of tho sole of the bouse and lot. The
question to be solved, Is tho second husband
responsible to the first for the act of tho lady
Bi'boi.abv. On Sunday night about 12
o'clock, the residence pf Mr. C'has. Maddox,
on Fifth-street, just below the Cin. ' Ham. and
Dayton depot,, was entered by burglars and
robbed of silver spoons" and other articles
the value of about $40. Tbe burglars effected
an entrance through a baek. window, which
was evidently pried open by a "jimmy,"
the impressions of that instrument were pal
- Aocidentai. Dbowxinii. Mr. Albert Jcssup,
who residedin the town of Ludlow, Kentucky,
a short distance below this city fell into the
river near tho depot of the Ohio and Mississippi
R. R., on Monday night, and was drowned. Our
informant states that Mr. Jcssup was too late
for the ferry boat it being near one o'clock
and while walking on the river bank he fell
into the water. Several persons saw him fall,
but owing to tbe high stage of water and
strong current It was impossible to save him.
''.'he body has not yo. been recovered.
P'tOcrsoiNOft Last Nioht. Board inet-
President King In the Chair. The Superin
tendent submitted the following abstract
the Monthly Report of the Principal for
Total enrollment for the commencement
year - - . 10,1594
Viz. Ir Distict Schools - - lj,fio5
In Intermediate - 1,09
Whole No. remaining at date of Report 12,251
In District Schools - - 11,S14
Intermediate - -
Average- per ceiit. daily attendance ln Dis
jtriut S,'P"lg, 87 in Intermediate, 5?.
The resignation of Mi" Kate Hawkins
rMWeptpa, . . ' 1
A largo nutnber of bills apptpved by
Committee 'wore passed, including monthly
AUris. of the Janitor of ' Woodward
Hughes schools, which are $30 each, although
an attempt was made to r4uca Uieiii to $25.
, On motion of Mr. Struttau It was resolved,
that to-day, the 22d, be .obsorved as a holiday
by the District and Intermediate BohoolsV
' Misa Miller was appointed teacher in the
Distriot at a salary of $20 per month,
f' The committee on salaries reported that
had determined to oppose 'all applications
inxeasa pf salaries during the present year.
."After the transaction of some other busi
ness of n.inor Importance the Board adjourned,
Titr bivoltrr. Stir ot Puiimr vs. Dchmb.
Tb nrfrunient profrreejed la this ense, yester
day, bet ore Judge lickson.
Ihe petitioner counsel intunnteita willinit-
liess to submit. It without orgument, but the
respondent's counsel tntimntcd a desire to hear
the grounds on whirl' a dirora or alimony was
Judge Tildon procoedoj to arsue the case.
It was one. ho thought, calculated to excite
emotion nnd, perhaps, to justify a littlo elabo
ration : but in addressing a deliberative tri
bunal ho folt it would be more bejoming to
present on unimpassionod enumeration of the
grounds, both n to the law and facte, which
would justify the court in granting the prayer
of the petition, and which, It appeared to him,
were too clear nnd indisputable to need very
much the aid of argument.'
The charge of extreme cruelty tbe counsel
then discussed at some longth, contending that
tbe evidence fully established it, and, under
authorities which be cited to the Court, that,
(without tbe Infliction of actual blows upon
the person ol the wife) It might b perpetrated
uy iniiiKniiies auurueseu. it. uer uiou, uj
groundless and malicious charges against her
chastity tlio physical and mental symptoms
being so interwoven, that unpleasant emotions
will bring on bomiv tueeaafm aw-owe- naas-
lions than the result pf any auddHt act of
violonco on the perron
In adverti ig to the history and' character of
the petitioner, the counsel remarked Hint when
Alary Ann Alcriicoit, slio was not only the la
vorito of the I'nmily circle at home, but of her
associates and acquaintance. She enme from
a rcspeetnblo family; ht-r father, a money-maker
ccrtninly, as the world goes, ambitious in a day
ol vigor to lay something up nguinst one ol do
cay, was not parsimonious, hut wise in the ad
ministration of his estate, living comfortably.
and affording to his children the advantages of
n polito and polixbcd education. hon married
by this respondent sho whs the owner of a large
inheritance the real cstato was limited to her
for life, tho personal estate wnS hers absolutely,
and, taken together, she brought to her husband
a solid capital of from $40,01111 to $50,000. In
a moment of fcmnlo caprice it may bo of pas
slon, of imagination she forms an nttnchiucnt
for Mr. Duhmc; that thnt attachment was real,
none could doubt for he was a forcignor, speak
ing to her nn alien tongue, and introducing her,
so fnrns his friendships were toncornod, to those
who only, or chiefly, spoko thnt language. Ho,
though gonorally rosjx'oted in his business ca
reer, nnd in the ordinary inlciooursu with his
associates anil business friends, nianil'cstiug an
honorable perception of social duties, was, nev
ertheless, of a naturally Mispicious- and jealous
disposition, violent when his passions wore
aroused ; and this jealousy may have been
fonuded on tho conscious fact that he had mar
ried into a circle not his own ; end though his
own was reputable, and tho incongruity did not
arise becauso his condition was less elevated,
respectable, cultivated or refined as the Nova
tions of the two may have been on the sume
plane the difference of nativity and of lan
guage formed a barrier almost insurmountable
to liny thing like a genial flow of sentiment be
tween the two circles ; and he becomos instantly
tho victim of his own morbid, unfounded, irri
table, unjustifiable suspicions and jealousy; and
when the intensity of the original affection be
gan to subside, the parties find themselves grav
itating to their respective spheres and circles,
and to tastes and feelings which could then only
be pursued at .the expense of peace and happi
ness ; and benoe, referring to the disposition
R wtuoner, ne urgwt tnut, inougb. subjected
these influences, and under circn instances
provocation, her sentiments of indignatiou,
ot conscious wrong, may nave tounu utterance
lor he did not claim she was denuded of the pas
sinns of her nature.; her character would well
support the test of a critical examination.
One witness had testified that tho parties
when together seemed as if inviting some third
person to introduce them. What was the rcs
pondant's duty under such oircumstanoes ? He
was the stronger vessel, the party who could
afford to mako concessions ; and if ho did
would roquire no intermediate party to intro
duce them. What woman could bear to live
through such a period, on such relational
This cold, reserved manner would solve a groat
many matters ; it lay nt the bottom of the
diuiculties. It was an insane, miserable Iya
pectlc jealousy ) it was your Loefner in a miti
gated form it was your jealous man the
green-eyed monster without - that animal
feature which Loefner possessed without that
portion of the man callod the brute, to impel
tim to imbrtie bis hands in the blood of
wife but contenting' Itself with occasional
sallies of rage and resentment, and of the more
frequent eourse of a eold, insonsible, neglectful,
bearing to his wife and he (Judge T.) woibi
here say, by way of parenthesis, that if equcrts
of justice wished to administer the jaw-'eE'
divoroo in a way calculated to subseWe
.real interest B of the parties they, iWrahil
withhold their relief they would pop wait
unti) act of desperation lead tbe. final consum
mation portended by such .manfesthtions,
Mrs. Duhme was the owner" ef an Income,
corresponding to a ready capital nearly
largo an income certainly greatly beyond
amount that would be involved in the personal
expenditure of a wife. The truth. i that
wife by the discharge of her duties earns fully
her subsistence, evonin these days of crino
line. Mr. Lincoln. Yes, when she stays at home.
Judge Tildoq, -One that stays at home suf
ficient for nil the duties required of her;
income was greatly beyond uny demands
could make on tho exchequer of her .husband,
nnd he was In tho receipt also of an ample
revenue; and the court in determining .the
question of gross neglect of duty would take
tbisfaot, ifi connection with the relations they
sustained in their social interceurse and
fact, too, that she wrb an educated and refined
lady, of a respeotab'.c family I" good, standing.
Mr. Da'imo himrelf, in his occupation alio,
reputable, and in everything else, excopting
his relations to his wife, eutitled to respect;
but here he had boon Boized on by an incura
ble disease the disease of jealousy.
Counsel thon reviewed the grounds in detail
Upon which, this petition for divorce was based:
and proceeded to reniurk, that as it was utterly
beyond hppo (bat these parties should again
live together undor the restored relations
husband and wife, it was a reasonable expec
tation, even if the Court should withhold a
for diyorce, that the petitioner should
obtain a restoration of hor estate, and be
for the oxpenses she hud incurred
the proscoution of her rights. Tho able argu
ment of Judge Tildon occupied nearly
Mr. Yr'urnock, on Ihe purl uf the reBimnilent,
next addressed the court. He said lie belonged
. . , , , . i i
I to me om scnooi regiiruing muiTingu, u not
' . i ..ll.. uu..UJl
saCl'UljlCUl, US ll Ifttl 1 IIMllg Cipiliny .aun,.,
r.nd. therefore, uttpry uppusud to Judge
theory uf extending aud enlarging
causes of divoroc. Iu referring to tho charge
of ''jealousy" brought against the rcspondant,
he snid thut that entertained by Mr. Duhme
was no other jealousy thai) such as a husband
ought to feol, It was not .( nil tlmt msj4i4op
his wife as bad bceu ipiputed to hiui i but
was. tflt anxious jealousy or solicltudo which
became the head of a family, during hie
voluntary absuiioc, that no luoutu of suspicion
should rest on her conduct. During this
of tho argument Mr. D. laid his head
the table, shed tears, and seemed to be
much affected. ' '
In alluding to tbe causes of tho estrangement,
he remarked that her attendance on those
oirclos was. one of the most prominent.
He (Mr, W.) did ui propose to discuss the
ieot of dcmarnifogy or witchcraft, but merely to
urge that the many evils which had resulted
from spirit-rajiiitng circles furnished a reason
able gtonfld) forlhe objections which Mr. D. en
tertained toward saoh gatherings. Ninety-nine
out of every hundred persons in this community,
and every other community in tho country,
looked on Spiritualism as imposition or nonsense,
as knavery or Jolly, or both. If the spirits of
the departed were really present, why dirt they
rap? Why did they not speak in a language
that ptople ordinarily could understand " A
laugh. He had seen communications alleged
to have com from Lord liacnn and Hhnkspenre
that would disgrace a pedagogue in Southern
Illinois. A tnaa might well be jealous of his
wife attending such places.
Tbe counsel controverted each of the posi
tions taken oa. the other side, and contended
that no case whatever had been mnilo out to
authorite the tnwrt to listen to the prayer of
this petition. . .
Ai.i.kdokd Pi.anihr. Bowman vs. Gaines.
This was a salt brought by a colored preacher
to recover $404) damages for slanderous words,
alleged te bay been spoken in a certain speech
delivered by the defendant who was also a
colored Individual. The case was tried before
Judge Spencer. The jury returned a verdict
for the defeniftnt.
Actio acuiht the City. Lena McLean
vi. the CitT. ao recover for an Iniurv occasion
ed to the plaintiff's property on Hopkins street,
by reason of fhe overflow of an alley. Tbe
city claimed tliat the nature of the soil, and
not an; act est her part caused the damage
Tbe case was before a jury in Judge Gholson's
branch ol the court.
Arrakinwkns. A batch of prisoners, In-
eluding nearly all those against whom Indict
ments were reported on Saturday, were ar
raigned, yesterday, before Judge Carter, and
with brt few e xcepiions all entered pleas of
"not nuilty." ( John Kain, Indicted for mnr
dor in tbe first degree, had a special plea filed
on his behalf? Isaac Long, charged with bur
glary and larceny, when asked by the Prose
cuting Attorney whether he was guilty or not
replied guilty and when interrogated as to
whether he meant he was guilty of the receiv
ing only, he replied rather indignantly at being
suspected of the meaner offence, that he had
done the breuklng and entering himself. O
Calllck also pleaded guilty to a charge of lar
Thk Cki.kbration to-day. The Hover
Guards in company with their guoata tho Day
ton Light Guards will parade m the forenoon,
and iu the afternoon tuko dinner at the Burnet
House. - Tbe Guthrie Greys Battalion will,
parade in Shaokos in the afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Th? Shields tight Guatds will hare a ball at
Metropolitan Hall la tbe evening and enjoy
themselves in tbe raaies of the merry dance
until the rosy dawn reminds them of returning
day. The Hibernian Association celebrate the
National Holiday, by a supper at the El Dorado
No. 36 East fifth Street, to be provided by
John Elitch. '
Examinations in Music The. mca.iniuation
tn ' music , In the . distriot and intermediate
scheors wifr-fte 'etamed as sfoUaew, rs:-r.
10th distriot, Wednesday, a.m., Feb. 23rd;
14th district, Wednesday, p.m., Feb. 23rd;
4th intermediate, Friday, a.m., Feb. 24th;
3rd intermediate, Friday, p.m., Feb. 24th;
3rd district, and 2nd intermediate, Tuesday,
p.m., March 1st; 4th distriot, Thursday, p.m.,
Holiday. By reference to the proceedings
of the School Board, which will be found else
where, it will be seen, that to day, the 22nd,
has been sot apart aa a holiday in the district
and intermediate schools:
.ES One of our city Magistrates, J. J. Mc-
Fall, has been Indicted by the Grand Jury
Campbell County, Ky., for marrying parties
ferry-boat.., Kentucky claims special jarisdie
turn over the Ohio River, and the gallant
'Squire wU for ft short poriod be in hot water
'oiig'begin to foment as the weather
lynrnis. i here have, been . conference
meeting by tho anxious and managing
Tines, quite numerous of late, and a fixing
up of enndidateshns been goneover. The
public will be informed in the propertime
whom they may vote for.
MONDAY, February 21.
FLOUR-The market was quite dull to-day, and
tho business done Insignificant Prices are un
changed, and we continue to quote superfine at gi.10
(fti.CO, and extra at S3.7M3S6.
'WHISKY No change. Hales of 700 bids at 23Kc.,
PHOVLSIO-ales of CM bids. Mess Pork
S18.2.',; , first class brands are held at 118.50. Bulk
meats are generally held higher, hence not much
done. The sales were 2ft,ftOU pieces Hams ln bulk,
sugar cured, at M loose; 10,000 do, saltpetre do.,
Lexington, Ky., at the same rate, and 60,000 lbs bulk
sides (heavy) at ee. At the close 7c and 9c were
asking mtus for (shoulders and Sides, with buyers
6H and K'f. Nothing transpired ln Baron. 400 bbls
Lard sold at 11 V.
STEARISE A sale of 72 bbai prime at 19c.
GROCERIES Nothldg doing iu Sugar or Molasses
In the large way, and prices must be regarded nomi
nal. Coffee unchanged.
WHEAT The market is quiet and prices un
changed. We quote prime White, at 8I.3J; good
tl.2.S1.32;fulr do. tl.lf&1.2ft, ami Red l.201.25.
CORN The demand Is fulr, and prices steady at
(or fair mixed. ,
BARLEY There Is no change of importance ln
market. The demand is fair at 80c for prime Fall.
RYE-Hmall sales at wkSitme. Market rather dull.
OATS A fair demand, and prices firm at C4c
BEAKS Sales 3U0 hush, prime white at II.27S!,
and 2. do. do. at tl.2i.
' BUTTER The market is firmer, and prime
sells readily at 2122c.
And Dealer iu .
FRESH, SALT AND SMOKED MEATS,
And all klude of Game iu Seaaou,
POTATOES AND OTHBB VK0XTABI.K8, (34
No. 21 WEST FIPT1I STREET.
Steamboats supplied ft the lowest market prices
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL CORN PLAN
TER ever Introduced Is WAKEFIELD'S,
price l. Western Corn Plainer Co. sole owners.
- A. D. SMITH, Agent,
12 E. Fifth streot, op. Depubwa House, Cincinnati,
National Tiir.ATra.-The great comedy of tbe
Aaiartoan Cousin was put ufi as this establishment
last alght, and we are pleased to soy was greeted with
tbalargeat house since Mr. Daaw's engagement.
The principal character la the piece, "Trenchard,"
who Is represented as being ahent aa independent a
speclmea of a Vermont rerallst asever crosses! the
Atlantic, and by the by a good judge of mixed drinks,
but with all of his Yankee sagacity oould not tell the
difference between the rope attached to a ahower bath
and the one attached to a bell. The piece will be re
peated this evening, to be preceded by a laughable
Tub OrrSA Horsr Bail The excitement In cer
tain circles in regard to the Inauguration festival,
whlrh takes place this evening, has reached a st itr
of Incandescence. The following markings on the
social thermometer will exhibit the gradations
through which it has passed during the last week.
At first the Inquiry was, "Are yon going to Pike's
Opera House Ball 1" Later, "Are yon going to the
Opera House Ball T" thea, "Are yon going to the
Ball 7" while yesterday, with a eateh of the breath,
the fair saluted each Other with "Are you going t"
Many a sweet-eyed girl If she Iw at rest la regard
to what she will wear whose feet, last night, aa she
slept, Festus would say, dreamed of a dance, la even
now In Imagination whirling through the undulating
mar.c of the voluptuous waltz, or gracefully gliding
through the mystic figures of tbe Lancers.
When the event has passed o easily are the dell
cate creatures pleased It will be ajcy so long as they
wander neath o'erhanging stars, and, we doubt not
will linger In the soul as a sweet reminiscence when
she has entered upon the pleasant vlstaa of that one
whlrh has been sot apart as the final resting-place of
the votaries of Terpsichore. ;
Tub Littik Princkss. We bare no doubt the
above much talked of personage will be greeted with
a house such as has seldom been seen within the walls
of Smith & Nixon's llntl. Theexcltenient Is Intense,
and we bare no dohbt that tic kets will command a
premium. Her first concert Is on next Saturday
Campbell's M imstbblm. This glorious troupe is
advertised to appear at Smith tt Nixon's Hull next
Monday night. There's fun ahead.
Wood's Thkatiib. The new fairy spectacle was pro
duced last night in a style of magninoence never be
f ire equalled In this city. We think the scenic artist
must have spread himself npon this occasion to show
the public what wonders could be produced by the
pencil and brush. This spectacle was never put upon
tho stage Inany city with such a lavish expenditure
of money. Mr. and Mrs. Kllsler weke highly ap
plauded during the evening. Tbey wore Well support
ed by the whole company. On the whole the piece
was a decided success, and is destined to enjoy a pros
Dr. Ayer'si Throat and l.unff Institute,
No. 341 Wtut fourth Street.
Dr. A VLB is meeting with the moat astonishing
success in the cure of Cough, Throat Diseaae, Catarrh,
Bronchitis, and ail other anectfona of the breathing
organa. lio prescribes Mcuicatea ljinsiatloii, uy
which the curallvo vapor is conveyed directly into ull
the air passages, at once allaying Inflammation and
effecting a permanent and radical cure. - Sr. Ayer will
furnish the best of reference in our city as to what he
has done, and as bis prices are vory reasonable, none
who are suffering should delay for a single hoar. Do
not trust the "cure alls" that bavedeeelved so many
but call at the rooms of the Throat and Lung Iustl
tute, and Investigate for yourselves. 23
rTlHE SUBSCRIBERS BEG LEAVE TO
call tbe attention! of the public to the fact that
eawMur ia asha hat afa-nnds Inttwdr lin.aa-
lected with great-care and from tbe best markets.
Their long expericuce in public life eminently fit
them for caterers to the public taste, and all they ask
is a trial to give them a verdict of unanimous ap
proval. E. B. & W. B. COLEMAN,
S A 6 Burnet-House Rulldlnga,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers Iu Wines, Brandies
Liquors, Cigars, Teas; Ac, Ac. - 15
WRIGHTSON & COMPANY,
Book, Job and Card
167 Walnut fctreet,1 '
Next to the Melodeon,
E. MYERS & CO.
Wholemle Mumiaclurtri of oio Dealert -in
r , No."fi .Mailt Htreet.
Three doors above Second Street,
Dealers in FIRE WORKS from the manufactory
11. P. Delhi. 12
Dr. D. W. McCarthy,
OFFICE, No. 110 SIXTH STREET,
Cor. College and Sixth,
OrrirE Uoi'as-8 to 9 A. at., 2to3 r. H., 8 to 9 P. M.
Office No. 138 West Fourth street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 73
Druggist and Pharmaceutist,
N. E. COR. THIRD AND RACE STS.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. 72
0LHABER & TALLMADQE,
215 Vine streot, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Coal Oil, Lamps and Trimmings,
And Western Agents for
C O O P. IS it s
PATENT LEV EH OAS REGULATOR
Having on hand one of the best assortments
COAL OlL LA Sil'S,
OA L Oil, I. All I'M. 1.1
nil a lame stock of PURE
ODORI.ED COAL OIL, we solicit
il, we solicit a share ol
CHAfl. 8. TALLM ADtlE,
Late with Baker A Von l'hul.
T100TS AND SHOES FOR PIKE'S
-SL ERA House Inauguration Festival. All
wishlue to buy a nice Boot or Shoe, suitable for
Grand f estival, will Hud a large and splendid
at JOHN II. DETELS,
18S Carlisle's Building, No. A3 west Fourth
T1R0WN i VALLETTE, NO. 4 EAST
Fourth etreet. are now prepared to supply,
IV n iiatttllv. Ihn vprv iMWt article or llUCXdV.
Oil." Retail, 1 to per gallon) wholesale, Ifi 10
tlBANKLIN TYPE AND STEREOTYPE
.-' FOUNDRY, K. ALLISON, Superintendent
Printing Materials of all kluds. 166 Vine street.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
. Trmi Cain ' -V
Ar.Trrttrni4Qta not KxceedUg Et lia (At t)
Sno In portion. - fO V
fit) t' k Ht..l......t4.W..SH,WM. I 00
od TTi'mttf " !!...!".!"!!!!! t s
lHTcr nlH'rtiwi'iH "ertfrl at tit fuUwwiiiJf
mtf, fir prjunT-ft ton I mm or imw: j
acB . 1W
WT-ANTKD IRONER. At the 8penoer
v tlonsp, a neaq ironcr. no
None but the most
competent need make application.
!LVANTEI CANVASSERS. Three
v anectable boslacss men. of ai
food address, to
solicit subscrlptiona for a new and popular work,
nenntnuiiy iiiusirnieu, ji-.gupst commissions paid.
Apply from to ! A. ST.. at the office of the London
Printing and Publishing Oomeouy, 33 Kaat Third
street, up stairs, Manchester Bnilding.
1W II. JCH ARKLAgent.
WANTK1) A SITUATION as First
Miller. In a Flour Mill by a yonug maa of
thorough, practical experience, and who oan glf
first rale references. Would prefer going to a lam
cuy. Aonress v . i,., rare v imam Mil
ASTKD CT8TOMKR8 For a lot of
linskets. tn b. rliNlpd out rnrr ehea. at Pen.
dnce Commission Store, lift West Fifth aliaet. br
JOHN HELL. 140
WABiTUI) MEN Energetic young
men to travel am! sell somp new and fast nil
lug Hooks and Charts. By application a."d aconomy.
from I'sJ to tfiuea month cau lu i-kared. Call and
we. or address for cataloaue. Ac., MACK R. BAaY
MTZ. Piiblishar, SK and 40 W est Fourth slrept.
M. B. The Colored Eugrnvinga la my booka add SO
per rent, to their sale. J4a MRB.
WASTED-A CLERK Who will loan
V V hi. employprs a few hundred dollar. Six
5 ood girls wantpd in the city, and apteral nun, girls.
Iso, offering for hire. Book keener. 4'lm-ks. Me
chanic, Farm hands, Ac. A nrst-cmM. Female
Teacher wants a situation to teach Music and eke
lirnneu.es. Apply at the General Iutolligence
Ottlc, No. 332 Western Row. A. D. CAR-
BOAHDING. A Gentleman and his Wife
and (bur or five SlngleGentlemea can b accom
modated with good rooms and hoarding, oa raaaona
ble terms, by upplylng at No. 44 Elm street. 137
OARDINQ. One gentleman can be ac
commodated with room and board: alao. two
or three day boarders wanted, at No. 23d Hare street.
FOR RENT HOUSE Seven Rooms, No.
23S West Seventh street, opposite Congregational
Church. Enquire of Dr. Ilainlen. Deull.t, lux. 3 w.
I7HK S AI.K OH EXCHANGE A raw
" (SHANKS In two Railroads, would be sold very
low, or exchanged for Groceries, Ac. Inquire at Pro
duce Utore, lull W. Fifth St., of JOHN BELL, 1144
FOR SALE A STARCH FACTORY
With alioiit 9 acres of rich bottom land, good
house, out building, Ac.; situated in the beautiful
county of Wayne, near the flourishing city of Rich
mond, Indiana. For terms aud other particulars,
address JOHN WKIDIIT, Richmond, Indiana. 14
I.lOU HALE EMPTY BARRELS AND
. PACKING BOXES, at Wayne Butter Depot
and Produce Store, 103 West Fift
h street, by JOHN
Cincinnati Leads the Column.
Inauguration of Pike' Opera Mouse,
AND BIRTH OF A NEW TINNY PAPER,
All happening at once Is surely enough glory for one
day. W hlle glorifying, however, do not forget that
The Post Office News Stand
still lives, and now as heretofore Intends to be first
iu supplying Magazines, first In delivering them,-aad
first iu the memory of all who read the papers.
constantly for sale at CHURCH'S NEWS STAND,
i inside the Post Office,) where alao may be found the
iew Yerk Herald, Tribune, Times, received regular
ly every morning at s o'cioex.
IVE ME A CALL.
-JOHN SfflLUTOf & 0ar-
Noa. 101, 103 & 10S West" PourtSl St., ;
Respectfully inform thir ciwioinem and purchaser!
goiiertUly. thut (hoy are now uiteiilng au extniva
unt cninitlete assortment of
Car peti aa. s ,
FLOOR OIL ( LOTUS, Ac, &e.
Families, Hotel Keepers, Steamboat owners, and
all others, may depend upon finding the beat ohus of
Goods as prices as low as they run be purchaaed iu
the Eastern cities.
They have also added to their business an extensive
To which they Invito the special attention of rash
and short time buyers. 181
FU R N II SH ING GOODS
FOR THE MILLION.
The City Hosiery Store
Has just opened and Is still receiving Furnishing
Goods, of every (Inscription, for Ladles, (lent, ana
Children, at the old established Hosiery Stand, No.
12 Filth street, between Main and Walnut,
HOSIERY, UNDER GARMENTS.
GENTS' SUPER SHIRTS, and
' XX COLLARS AND fIRAVATS,
Warranted to equal, If not excel, any thing extaat.
FRENCH KID AND SILK GLOVES, '
With a full assortment of FANCY GOODS belonging '
to the Trade. '.'-:''
J. B. HOLMES, Agent -;
WE WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION
of Artists, Merchants, Teachers, Connoiseura
and Dealers geuerully, so the following :
Engraving, Framing of Every Detxription,
Stereoscopes and Views,
POTICTROMANIA A DRAPIIANIA MATERIALS
T" Teachera, Seminaries and Dealers supplied at
a liberal discount. RAILROAD MEN ami MER
CHANTS will please note our price for Flawing
Cards, Ac, by the quantity.
A. P. C. BON T IS A CO;
62 IS Walnut and 97 Th ird Street.
i .i I. .
my Patrons and tho
DESIRINU TO RETURN MY GRATE
FUL acknowledgments for past favors. I take
thia occasion to say that no effort shall be wauliugon
my part to merit a continuance, aud meet the de
mands of my patrons for the approaching season. I
hull combine to confine myself to a strictly retail
trade Iu the tlner grades of
HATS AND CAPS.
giving much attention to designing new '"V'""""
rhi ihe Ut.-ut Now York P.r,
. ine latest Aew una c :
Drii " trim, T.Xut leSling New York baturs,
Vl I " Geuiu," " Lewry A Co.," and " Beeb. A Co.''
Our owu styles of Dress Hat will be Issued early In
l,er..i.if.,r to supplied UU Ueuti.meua-
h, and will, we lru.1, meet thi approval of geu
eu of taste, . C. l l.
17 No. 149 Main street, below Fourth.
BY COOPER & STOKES. H0U8RHOLD
FURNITURE, IRON STONK WARB, AO.
Will be sold at Mile Auction, on THCRIDAT
MORNING, February 4th. at our Auction JUwuia,
No. 14 East Fourth street, a Urge asaortmea of
HOUSEHOLD FURN1TUUE.J '
Also, f crate of Iron Stone Ware-for the benefit
of whom it may concern. Sale at 90 cloca.
VI c'OOPKB A STOKES, Aactloaeer.