- for Now Orleans Merchants' Indopond-
iio steamer AURORA, Curt ""I
llcavotlils d, the Kd
2ni J ll VI I ot -'.
1- MerchanU' Inileperulfliit Line For New
- - Orlenrm.
' The steamer A. 0. T , "
gCcollisr, will leave on )cdnJ.ri
Merchant' independent Line For New
The stesmcr MARS. Capt. .'amps
A.&3C5J!.0.ocl. will leave on
eiineiua)-, I lie
lost.. HI 4 B. 111. fi
Merchants' lndqicndent Line For New
' ' Orleans.
. - IHIll! Thf steamer Dl
5Tf lint., m t p. in. So"
n Tiinrsiiay, me
For New Orleans.
The steamer At'RORA. Moan, mas-
ilter, leave- tins iiny, i'.J nisi., hi p. .u.
"LuOWN A I.IM.OW, 4 Public Lauding.
For St. Louis Express Lino.
mVr-'h The steamer MARTHA Pt'TNAM,
J-'-iLlTuU""!- Jewell, IH lea eon Wednesday,
151 liiHl.,4 i. 111. ,.,., v .. no
jiM IRWIN A CO.
For St. Louis.
Thestcnmcr MARTHA PVTNAM, Jewell, master,
will Icaveou Wednesday. Sid Inst., I p. in.
SM DUOWNKA Ll l'l oW. t Piilille Landnm.
For Evnncville and Nashville.
tIP""!' The steamer LlfMITFOoT. ('apt.
: ......... !.!., ,1... o.j.ll,., all
' ' A. D. !i'll am k i o.
J 1 1
The steiinier COX ANAr.O, Cm
pSpeneer, vill leae mi ritlll'l:ty, A
l.llll i l'. ,Y lil I'l.l ' i, ,
I PuMir l.illl.lihK
stenmer l.lOTITFOuT,' Cnpt
, lenvesthis cllv 2M lint., at I
IIHOWVK T.l 1U.OW,
I t'rtllie I.illlilin,
For llickiuun A" Memphis
- J!r"lN The att-ainer MKMl'HIS, Cnptnln
A ZTfc irL Diulier. will leave mi Thniwliiy. 2ith
iut..ui ip. m. I'll IltWlN (
tIT"' The Kti-iniier MKMPHIS. Calitaln
..tAi? .Riiiiher, will leMe on Thiiivihiy. I'ltli
III6I,, HI 4 p. 111. I.M.
For Parkeishurj:, .Marietta & Wheeling,
Thesti'nmer I.I ItKItTV.Cimt. Itnotli
alenvi-H tlil lny, -V'l lie!., lit I ). hi.
i. .nem it.Air..
The simmer .tKNNI K GRAY, t'lipe
UilHilHV.rJit tliht., tit 4 p. in. 2
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES,
o H l'avt Fourth SL, Cincinnati
CJINGER & CO.'S SEWINU MACIIENKS
J 'nr tliu iMit 7 ypn, havo Htvwdily litaiiitnincd
ilimi- tuutitiiui uti thf liiuht tUiriiMt. h("f. nn-i f uuly
inttrhiUPrt whuli urn tM:t)Ail t nU lU-Bt'iinlinns of
work, coarno or tint' ; ami ure now pxtcn,ivel known
apimlt's n, V0,'V i'r' filjilily um'd, in nil ilescrip
tiont of mniiult.rtiirin.4 of which nfwinn lims any
Singer's New Family Sen ing Macliincs,
A relin1le Sow ing Mat hine for i'mnily purisoH, nt
a low iritv, bitrintf thf initrwfr o ilit uaiiicst of the
raorif 8ii.-.'"-r-tul mini n la. tnivrn in tho woiM.Imls lottff
hern WHiitH. ll t un now ( luul.
Tbff Mnt hiih'H huvi- Im-i-ii nt r;iiit'i'4 with full know
ledReofthf (Iffm-I-of nlht r I'liinily JM:t. Ihiih, find
1 hone deft-i t Imviny litv-n it iiii'ilit d ur avoided, thorn!
Marhlnsit will vt-rv houd 1m un (Mijmlar in I In- Family
it ourlaimtiictiuiiiK .Mai-liiiif-) now a it1 in t J it work
bhopt throiiKhout the woiid. u.nJt4imw tm,
, An ftoflortmont of Miu hino Twint, Threud Cotton,
Math int' Nt'fdlen, A',.WJ.
- Fvcry nrtlch' fonnorii'd wli li lh SewinMiu hine
BtivincMt tan alwiiys In- loninl at lliiw olht c,
JAM E H KAK DO,
" ,1 AKt-nt fur tht State of Ohio.
HUNT. WEBSTER & CO.'S
Improved Tight Stitch
GREAT reduction In prirc. Silv.T led.ili award.-d
' by the ViiKinia Still. l-ai-. Met lianiff1 f.tirin italli
mnr4. mid M jtSHUi-liUsft In StilU' f':iir.
Xhow M:u-hini'H will r.titt-h, Ih im, ft-II. Idud rtiid
rntber. Thi'V niako a Htrontc ht-k Hlitrh.tiiut ran not
Lemvellcd or imllt-d out. 'Ihey make a hfaiititnl
uniform stitch, alike on hoth uU-h of the work, with-
t.nt toriiuiitf ruiHH uiiiii-rnoaiu.
Tho Mat hini'.- have in-cut Htrcnuth, art p'rui'tly
feimple, und the mana iuciil of tlo-ia t ail ut iiuiiiMl.
Any apoul of rotton, tlnad or silk, may be incd
Hem Fohleixuinl Uindiiir; (inas't of improved styli
and finish, ut-conipuiiyiiuf ca:h M t hinc.
All Machines wari antetl.autl full iti-ti m-tioiirt tfivn
to eunhit viir''at'' to hh- inctu siitiMiacttmiy.
IMT Stud lur .t ( in nhir.
U.C. KMFFiX, A w nt,
No. 6 Went Fourth ntrci-t, mvr il.-xtrs x Smith' J.w
etry btuiv. C'iu. inu;tti, ihiti.
GEORGE B. SLOAT & CO.
M AX! IMI TI BK1W
Elliptical Loi:k-Stiti h & liniii'iiveil-Sliiittle
l'llTCKS, S.-J) t,. ?.W) IMH.r.ARM.
Cincinnati Office, 52 West Fourth St,
1.1 FRANK HENRY, Agi st.
Manufarturitiff ami Family Shuttle
FfinrSpil H! lliruitlinii, Xiw )'irl',
W Lm.iI Asents wanti 'l. Ad.lreis hox I'.SII, I. I).
opinions or tiik imikss:
' These iniu-hlnes nmko exci'llent work." S.Y. Sun
It is uu'iiiestioniihly one ol the tiet." ! onnei
' None call eonijiete with thein." N. Y. lii'iiiler.
No fninily Hhonlil lie without one." N . t , K.xpress
' I lley cunnot he fai:eneti.' .Mienii .eiinnif.
' They are unperior in eiM'y renpeot." N. Y. Jleln.
Tliey are ile.irahle lor family use." I.ailies Visitor
41 It lioeg its work in a (MTl'-ct niMuner'- Oayhook.
Have no HiiisM'ior.' ilerahl. i:tt
I. S. VAN, 11. V. llAlllll.MIKIt,
vax & i5AKiu(;i:i,
Van's Celebrated Patent (oiubined
Tor WOOD i.r COAT.. Tlic niot coiivi'iilrltt. cc
iKiniical ami ilmntilt ( uukiiitr Stovu L-vt r i u v.'iit c-U
lur Sti'aiiit'uutM, Uotflf, HfMnuiiuiU ami I'rivutu
iinllrHM. CookiliK IhiiIimK Mlt-r f l wafh It ll
lalli riMsittH, in luiyo nMuiititits, in iiny uiJjoiuing
apai tiiK-ut by the hjiiim tin-.
Ware rooms 111) Mala St., Cincinnati.
JW"RiKlitri to inuntiri.rhnv nnl n.-ll thiw HTOVKH
liuty lx Mt-url mi itpiilii ulioii to tin iio,jj ivlm'rf,
ttifir wm-ortMMiist. 7i
u 1:0 1: 11 iu uvAio ii,
No. IH! Walnut 8tiect,
looks for Banks, Jails, and Private
RINGS BKI.I.S IN TIIK HOST APfYOVKD MANSKR.
Attends t Hcpaj- luff arid lit 1 1 up keys,
w. D. tuxmivi irr. w. n. mokhis.
:tna stove foundry ami noveltv
North tide Pearl St., East l.illle Miami Canal,
Winnie West JC. It. Depot.
" Files rooms at Iha Foil nil rr and No. 2u Fifth-Street
.Market Sluice, Cincinnati, Ohio.
TunniclilT & Co.,
STOVES A HOLLOW WARE,
failing, of every, doticiiptloii,
Wholesale and Retail. M
REPORTED FOR THE DAILY PENNY PRESS.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 21.
FLOUR Cotnei Id slowly and has advanced
20c: salts 1.000 brls superfine st$i i'lYMt. and
extras at $6 25vo 50.
RYE FLOUK Scares and Brm at 4 2o.
CORN MEAL Dull at $ 62,'S.
WHEAT Has an unwanl tendencv: sale, at
$1 40ujl 4H for red, and white nt f 1 (15(0,1 70.
RYE Is active nt vuc.
CORN Is In (rood request, but sntiplios come
In slowly; pales yellow at 78c. -
OATH Belling freely nt Mc.
COFFEE Rio ll?4o.
PROVISIONS Quiet; sales 2,000 Inla Lnrd
MKSS PORK Is held At $18 12. I,i00
casks pickled hams brought 10c.
W111SK.1 uuil ni zo.
BALTIMORE, Feb. 21.
FLOt'R Dull; Howord and Ohio $H.
WHEAT Active and scarce ; whito $1 50
1 80, and red $1 35(S,1 60.
CORN Is firm nt7jfoi5o fur yellow nnil 7
(a 8e for white.
I1AC0N Sides flc. '
Moss Pork $18 60.
WHISKY Dull ; State ond Ohio 2R(Ti20e.
Kkw Youk, Feb. 21. Advices from r.nrlm
does received by an arrival here, htuto thnt the
V. S. steamer Metncotnet of the Paraguay Ex
pedition, sailed from Uarbadocs on the 10th ult.
A Danish war steamer touched nt St. Thomas
on the 1st inst., on her wiiy to Dommico to de
mand from the Dominican Government repara
tion for the seisure of three Dnni.'h vessels dur
ing the administration of President Vac..
Flour was selling nt tt. Thomas nt $0 7j(S;8.
N'kw Yoiik, February 21. The Times
gneeial Washington t ispatth says: "As
Mr. 1. B. Martin, who lias been cxposins;
certain frauds on tho part of f'nited
States Marshal Pine, of lllinoiH, was leav
ing his hotel to fill an engagement with
Senator Davis, he was arrested by an of
ficer on a search warrant, issued upon tho
oath of John S. Little, who is at Wash
ington to defend Pino, that Martin had in
his possession valuable papers abstracted
from the Marshal's office, and belonging
to the (Jovoruinent. Martin surrendered,
when his pockets were searched. Tho
officer then proceeded to Martin's room,
accompanied bv Little, where they read
all of Martin's private correspondence, in
cluding letters from bis wile. ll. f 1" itcn.
son of "Sonutor Fitch, was also present at
the reading ot -Martin s correspondence.
The obiect appeared to be to ascertain the
names ot the parties engaged in Having
Pino removed. After a careful reading
nf Martin's lettprs. the nurties nroceeded
. .,";,, 4 . i ..
to tno rooms oi Jir. inanuier, a particular
friend of Senator Douglas, and there over
hauled his private correspondence.
'(To-day a warrant was procured and
sent to New York for the arrest of Little
on a charge of perjury, he having left in
the alternoon train lor that city. i re
ouisition will he sent for him to-morrow,
in 1 l, I 1 tl
"several aisiinguisneu gentlemen ure
interesting themselves in the matter, and
there is no telhn!r.whero it will end. 1 he
attempt is making to break tho force of
the complainant, nne, ny impeacning me
witness, Martin, late book keeper to the
The Select Committee, in relation to
corruption connected with tho Navy De
partment and Navy Yards, is not aide to
airree and report. Messrs. Sherman, of
Ohio, and Kitehie, of Pennsylvania, will
submit a statement, and Messrs, lJocock,
of Virginia, and (Iroesbeek. of Ohio, will
unite in another, while Mr. Heady, of
Tennessee, will have something to sav in
a third report. It is said that a portion
of the troops in I tali will be ordered to
the southern boundary of New Mexico.
Fire at Madison.
Mdiso.v, Feb. 21. The Court Housp
in this citv wus Diirtiullv (li'strovcl lv
lir nliout ruidnii'lit lnstnitrht. LossO,
(KHt. 'J'hfi reoords ami papers were fill
saved. This Court House wns the finest
in Indiana, nnd wiw reoAiitly erected at
eoxt of 40.(J01I. Work men have already
commenced tearlna away the ruins, pre
paratory to rebuilding It.
WASHINETON, Feb, 21.
HOUSE The House proceeded to act
on the amendments to tha Army Appro
priation Jiill as reported from the ( om
inittee of the Whole on the state of the
Union. J!y conourriiifj; in tho ainend
ments the appropriations have been re
duced as follows: Reduction for the erec
tion of barracks, hire of quarters, etc.,
$.j0O,(XIO; for regular supplies of the Quar
termaster's Department, between $4000
and $.')000; animals beinj; dispensed with,
$400,1)00; for transportation of the anuv,
For the Springfield and Harpersferry
armories $10'J,0()0, and for other objects
$74,000. Total reduction $l,17:i,0(M).
Thus cutting down the appropriations
tho army to about $14,050,000.
SENATE During tho morning hour,
Vice President, and Mr. Uroen, of Mo., pre
sented uicuioriuls from the citizens of St. Louis,
praying for an assay olliee to bo located thoro.
Mr. Hunter, of Va., wished the motion,
made by Mr. Himmon.i, of K.I., to reconsider
tbo vote by which tno Consular and Diplomatic
Bill, to be considered at onco, so that tho
might bo Anally passed.
Mr, Hlidell of La., took objection to
Pugh'i amendment, which was on Hatunlay
added to the bill and showed that its
would be to prevent the President from Bending
uny envoy on special oumuchh, as inigm oo
come necessary in the case of Mexico and else
Mr. liwin. of Cub, moved to lay tho motion
to reconsider on tho tabic, as ho considered
Iiractice of moving to reconsider appropriation
pills would be productive of itcriou. embarrass
ment to tbo legitiinato course of business.
Tho Vice Preaideut explained that
(win's motion was in order, but that its etlcct
would be to lay tho motion on tho table, liable
to be called up at any time during tho scinioii,
and would therefore virtually suspend the ope
ration of the bill.
Mr. liwia therefore withdrew bit motion.
Mr. Simmons went at length into the ques
tion of exchanges.
I On motion of Mr. Hunter, of Va., the Army
1 Appropriation Bill was read and referred to
i Finance Committee,
! Tho Military Committee reported adversely
' on the application of Messrs. J nines and
: to purchase their patent safety fuse.
1 Mr. Foot, of Vt., attempted to bring up
Cuba Bill as several gentlemen on the opposi
; tion side were desirous of expressing their views
upon it. His motion was lost.
J The donate on the exchanges was continued
by the same Senators that participated in
debate on Saturday, prinoipally Messrs. Sum-
mom nnil Trumliiill on one side, anil Mr.
Tooinh tin the other. Eentually Mr. riiin
nou's amendment to limit Iho rato of exchungo
was stricken oat and tbo bill rasped.
Mr. Kinjc. of N. V., demanded tbo jeas and
. . .. 1. : .1. . . 1 . . .1 1 i I. .. t . . 1 1 ... . ,.ni.
UilJ V, ..UU.U, nUUUU 111 liiw iviiwniwj wi
yons 25; nays 25. "
On motion of Mr. Slidell, the bill for tbo ac
quisition of Cuba was taken np.
Mr. Mason, of Va., offered an important
amendment, by way of substitute to the eBect
tnat vongress nm,rove oi tno poncy oi we ,
' ii " ' r - -0 r
and ultimate necessity of acquiring
uha: that without any committal at to future
measure!, should circumstance render such ac
quisition rt necessity, nt present Congress con
fines Itself to A declaration thnt the 1'nited
States is prepared to receive tho island of Cuba
whenever Spain will transfer it for a fair equiv
alent, and that the government enn never be
ncntral under any policy which would sever
Cuba from Spain in favor of any foreign jiowor.
Air. C'ollumer,of Veruiont,had the floor,
and denied that any expansion of terri
tory is a necessity of national growth. It
depends on how much we may have al
ready. Nations have grown for centuries,
and increased in wealth anil power with
out increasing their territory one inch.
He considered the policy of attaining
oountr? by conquest or by unnecessary
acquisition, as at variance with the whole
framework of our government, especially
such n country as does border on our own,
and which would require a standing army
to defend. This Cuban bill was based on
the idea of an indiscriminate voracity in
our jieople for land, an assumption which
he did not consider well founded.
The- House refused to strike out the op-
propriatinn 01 ?i in.i'iki iot tae arsenals.
.. .....ll.lWk, . ( .. .1 . 1.
1 lie jvrmv iiu was men pnssuu veas
Mr. Covade, of Pa., from the committee
to investigate the accounts of Kr. Stead-
man, the late fMiperintendent ol 1'niilic
Printing, stated that Harry Connelly, of
J'hilada., who came hero as a witness,
but refusing to remain, left for home yes
terday afternoon, llo ott'erod a resolu
tion 'which was adopted, directing the
Speaker to issue bis warrant to the Ser-geant-at-arms
to take the body of Connel
ly wherever lounil anil bring heioro tho
liar of the House, and answer fur con
tempt of its authority. The Speaker
stated the question to be on the motion of
Mr. Phillips, madron last Monday, to sus
pend tho rules in order to enable him to
introduce a bill providing for the payment
of outstanding treasury notes, authori.ing
n loan of lfJl,(MHi,(KHl lor six years, at an
interest not exceeding six per centum,
and regulating and fixing the duties on
imports, and fur other purposes.
Air. Jlorriu, oi t., innmuii-u uini ne snoimi.
if the rules be suspended, like to offer his bill
us a bUUMitute.
Mr. Phillips, in reply to a question put by
Mr. tickles, said that hi intention was not to
move to put tho bill on its passage, bnt to re
fer it to the Committee of tho Wholo on the
stute of tho Union.
Mr, Houston, of Alu, wished the further
rending of the bill to bo dispensed with. It
wus the worst bill that and nccn introduced, no
had already heard enough of it.
Mr. Florence ot la, said Mint tho House
had better goon with the reading ot the bill,
Mr. l.clsev, ot Sew lork, said that the
reading of the bill was commenced at his in
stance and ho wanted to hear nil of it. The
clrrk then completed the reading of the hill,
The question was then taken in suspending the
rules, which was decided m the negative yens
122, nays (M; ft two-thirds voto being ncees-
The House then went into Cominitteo of tho
Wholo in tho State of the Union, on tho Post
Oflieo Appropriation Bill,
Mr. Kengan, of Texas, was opposed to
the amendment. The contract was made
after tirent consideration. Several Cabi
net meetings had been held, with nil the
arguments for and against she several
routes belore them, ami they were all
considered with a view to tlie public in
terests. The practicability of the route
selected has been successfully tested; de
pots, &c, have been established, and now
it wns nronosed to disturb this satisfactory
urrant'ciiient. Any one acquainted with
the Postmaster General, knew that he
would not be controlled by any such self
ish or personal interests in the discharge
of his duties. He knew nothing about
the Postmaster Oieneriil owning lands
Arkansas, but if he did, the transmission
of the mail could not thereby be affected.
The amendment was adopted.
liTTSiiritc,n; Feb. 21, P. M. Riuer
feet 11 inelips by the pipr murk nnil lnll
inir. Woo. lier Vlenr und cool. No nvri-
vnls or ilepnrtures sineo noon.
The river nt this point was still rising at
late hour last night, and if the reports of
rise at Pittsburgh prove correct, . it is more
than probable that we will not bare a fulling
river here under four or five ilnys. Last night
by the metal mark at the Wntor Works,
river was 11 feet, 10 inches higher than
lowest water known hero, nnd had risen
feet during the previous twenty-four hours.
ptill wants eight feet to make it as high as
flood of 1H47. There Is only a very narrow
strip of levee remaining dry, and stuambout
men find considerable difficulty in receiving
and discharging freight. With very little
ferine, for iinv lioint. woiJote:
PttMHirtih. Cotton, Our: ji Slssea, tup. Ins
key, 50c: Flour, 2ic; l'orluiil Lnrd,
Pound Freight Vi'Ao per lull lb7"
ArnAmVc Whiskey, 40o V bblj Ale,
Pound Freights, 20((M3o v hundred.
St. Lnrn. Heavy Pound freights, 2o
hundred; Whiskoy and Oil, 50c. IC bbl.: Stoves
2 5o; Ale 40o W bbl. To Evrnsville Whiskey
and Oil, 40o. To Cairo Whiskey and
40o; Pound Freights, 20fo,20o pr. bbl.
-Vcir- Oi-Ickiih. Whiskey and Oil OOoj Flour,
30c; Pork 40c: Way Lots 50c; Bacon nud other
Pound rreixlits. i"(i' -0o per hundred; Horses,
$10 per head; Keg Lard, 12c; Empty
The JnoobS trader is tho regular Mail
for Louisville to-day, arid will leave with
usual punctuality at 12 M., precisely.
Captain riloiin, leaves for New Orleans
evening at 4 o'clock, with his fine bout Aurora,
Those going or having freight to send South,
will govern themselves accordingly.
Exi'iiksh Link. Tho Steamer Martha l'ut
unm, with ('apt. Jewell in command, goes
to KU Louis, During tho present
it will be much tho sufest for passengers to
by water, and we can cheerfully recommend
the Martha to our western-bound friends.
Tho A. 0. Tylor is fast filling with freight,
and will leave for tho Crescent City to-morrow
eveuing at 4 o'clock, procisely. Messrs. Irwiu
k Co. will attend to any freight matters
to their euro.
The Mars, Capt. Jumes Good, leaves for
Orleans to-morrow, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
The David Gibson, of the Merchants' Inde
pendent Line, is loading for New Orleans.
goes out next Thursday evening at 4 o'clock.
The Jennie Gray goes out this evening
rittsliurgli. f-he In a Una boat, has a elercr j
net of otlicers, and to those going up on her we
guarantee a ploaiaut time and good living.
The Light Foot, Capt Fruiier, leaves this
afteruoon, at 4 o'clock, for Nashville. This is
tho only boat leaving for that port, that wo
know of, before Saturday, when the Conango,
Capt. Rponoer, will leave for that and inter
mediate noints. In this connection, we would
cail ,b, ,tt,nt(on of lhIppers to the fact that
Mesin. Browne 4 Ludlow, g'.re through re
ceipts to all points on the Chattanooga and
Southern, Memphis and Charleston, and Mis
sissippi and Tennessee Railroads, thereby
saving tho local tariffs along those toads.
The Liberty is the regular Parkersburgh,
Mailotta and Wheeling packet to-day, and
will leave at 4 P. M. T. McBurnio is ber
representative hero, and will attend to tho ship
ment of any freight Intended for hor.
Want of space, in tliia our first issue, is our
apology for the limited amount of river news
to-day. In future, we will do bettor, and if
earnest industry and a determination to do
justioe to nil parties, is my recommendation,
"Thf Pri:ss" will soon be Ihr river paper of
J OH IV RELL,
Produce Commission Merchant,
l'loiir. Paper, Dried Fruits, llcans,
Ilui'kets, liroouis, fcc,
10.1 West Fifth street. Cincinnati, Ohio. (115
WAYNE 11 ITT TUB DEPOT,
Pl'LLAN & WILLIAMSON, !
(At the old stand of Pullan, Hatfield A- I)rown,1
No. XI WEST SECOND ST.,
Joseph ri'i.t.A. formerly of Pullan, Hatfield llrown,
J. D. i fl, HIESTINO,
Wholesale and Retail Manufac turers of
LADIES', GENTS', MISSES' AND CHILDREN S
BOOTS AND SHOES,
52 Wlst Fifth St., Rkt. Walsct axu Vixr,
Clm lnnatl, Ohio.
tBPartli'iilar attention paid to Custom Work .'Sett.V)
A. O. BULLOCK Si 66.
LONG AND SHORT -CURLED HAIR,
Jfrnkrt in Oftip twit Atnericftn yiie,
12 A 14 West Scrond street,
lO Vest Fifth Street,
CINCINNATI, f. 2
GEORGE C. MILLER & SONS,
Have a nnestock of best varieties. 47
Seventh si roe t, between Main and Walnut streets.
INDIAN QVEEN' COFFEE SALOON,
No. Si) Cast Pearl.
Keep constantly on hand. Hot Coffee, Tea, Chocolate,
Beefsteak, Ham and Kgss, Ac, Ac, o.
i ha's Aiinr.Nrr.LDT. rnsp. sriii'i.Txr..
F. SCHVLZE A- CO.
French Porrelaln, l'orelgn Glassware,
FANCY O0ODS AND TOYS,
No. 11( ilfWii Street, Vlnrinnnti. 110
Solicitors of Patents.
h. C. CO.. 41H 1 VINI. S. C. CO.. IIS & f Sll.
Cf.. .c;i onicl. OP.. elt:.I Of fill.
SmutIi III V. R. Pitent Ofllee.
CHAS. T. FORRISTALL,
Sign and Pictorial Painter,
No. ISO Vino street, opoosito the Ilurnet House,
Glass Signs in Durnished Hold and Silver neatly exe-
cuieii on snori uouce.
It. It. ALLEY,
C. Ci'Ituy WILLIAMS,
HAMT ACTVar.B AND IMPORTKB Or
P A P E It H A N t! I N CJ S ,
. JVo. 85 Ama Strrrt,
i Hie door above Tear!, Cincinnati. f-s
HERMAN FICIiE CO.
Wholesale ami retail dealers in
CHINA, GLASS i QUEENSWARE,
Uo. CO East rr.Aai. Sr.,
Bet. Sycamore and Broadway, Cincinnati, m
Til OS. W. WIIIOHT, JILIISTORSO.
T. W. WRIGHT Sc CO.
Manufacturers all kinds of
Scales Ileams, Trucks, Ilolstlng H heels
.No. JO WEST SECOND ST.,
Mauufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in all kinds
O V. 3NT 3D Y .
Also, Importer of WINES, LIQCOHS, ClUAUS,
and KOKEIC.N FIU'lTS. o'
No. 'JM, south-east corner Sixth x Walnut Sis.,
CINCINNATI, .OHIO. UM
SA MUKL HO YD,
And Dealer in '
No. 13 Walnut St.,
(if, . CINCINNATI, (I.
No. IOS Walnut St.,
U f t w 1: K n r 1 r T II A H 11 SIXTH lid,,
CINCINNATI, O. 80
j 011 a ijati:s
HAS just roeeivep an iinMirtution of
Urandlisi, Sherry Wine, jtlausala and (.'ape
Wines, Irish Whisky, London Porter, India
EiiKll.h Pickles and Sauces; they are all of
choices! dcncrlutioii, superior lo any that has
li n oroiiKlit Into ('inciiiuati. Kor sale Wholeiiule
and Itetail, National Tlieuler iluildiiiK, Stcamoiu
A V R I T T S
' DIN I NO SALOON,
1.1 & 13 Fourth St.,
Folt LADl E8 AND OENTI EMEN. 22
AMPBELlT ELLISON & CO, MANU
FACTl'KEKS of HOT AND COLD BLAST
PIO IKON, STOVES ii CASTINGS. Ware rooms,
No. 21 East (second Street,
MRS. W. i. JOHNSON,
ISO West Fourth Street, near Race',
Ice Cream Saloon
I.OK IIIRE1 HAKE CHABUJiiSI
" WHO WANTS I Young man, Scotch, a. Scliool
Teacher, Copyist, eto. Young German, speaks hug
list, experienced as Torter In Iron Store, eto.
German, speaks English, used to horses, working
private fknilly, elo. An Americau. age IS, studied
book-keepiug, and will eugugo to learn mercantile
buslnoss, etc. Two colored boys, used to honwj.
waitlug, hotel blu, porter, ate, X. B. B No.
Fourth atrent. Wt
BY KELLOtJU, WILLIAMS A CO.. SALE
BOOMS B II EAST THIBD PTKKKT.
lfour Superior Sotoo-OcUre Koneirooa
SILVKtt-PI.ATKK WAltK, FINE TAULK CUT
LKKY, tc, AT AUCTION.
, Wllllie soM without reservo, on
TUESDAY MOHMNIi, Fi:n 21, ld.V. at OS O'cl'k,
4 superior seren ocutre Hosetrood Piano,; B flne
liver platen Tea Sets, (I plecesrnch; plateil Tea, Table
anU Dessert Spoons; ilnte.1 Forks anil Butter KriiTei,
fine. Pinno (.overs. W ool TuMo Covers, super Llun
TaWe Cloths and Xspkins. .
Also, a good ussorlinent of
Also, super English Brntseli, 3 pi anil ingrain Car
171 KKLMHiO A MILKS, Auctioneers.
BY S. (J. HUBBARD, AT TRADE RALE
ROOMS, JiO. 21 WF.ST FIFTH STREET. UP
HOOKS, CIIKAP PUBLICATIONS,
IF.TTEK AND NOTK PAPER, DAIRIES FOR ISM,
4c, AT ACCTRlS.
On THURSDAY EVENING, February Nth, at 7
o'clock, will ho sold, hy caluloioie, to close consign
ments, n aliiul,le colloi-tioii of Miscellaneous Rooks,
with a full assortment of Peterson's Cheap Ptihllca
tions. new nnl in gooil onler, Blank Hooks, Letter
anil ('oinniereinl Note Pupei-, Francis A Lentroll's
Dairies tor lx!H, c, r.
N. II. Catalogue ill lie niihlisheil on Thursday
morning, nnil the hooks w ill he open forexauilnullon
on Tllllistlay iluring Iho ilav.
lr S fl. Hfnn Rn, netlmieer.
UNION DESPATCH COMPANY.
Quickest and Cheapest Freight Line 1
This Company forward Frelnht of all classes, buy
and sell Merchandise, Produce and Properly of all
description noil for Manufacturers collect Notes
and Accounts, ninl tin a
Tiittot'OiioiiT East and Wfst.
Ayncirs i utl the Priiirljni Tawiitfuid Citl-:
1IOSTON, III FFALO,
Mll.WAl'KY, ST. LOUIS,
LOl IKYII.LE, AND IN
Cincinnati, 29 Sycamore St.
R. C. BOOKING, Aoext. 6W
Competition I"efied !
lirMiv BISHOPBICK. THOS. M. Br.IHIF.An.
HENRY BISHOPRICK & CO.
Proprietors ami Mruiufacturor or
INFALLIBLE BAKING P0AYDER,
And Wholesale Dealers in
CREAM TARTAR, BICARD SODA, Sec.
nislioprlck's Infalllhle Dakliiit Powder Is an artirle
unequalled, and which cannot be surpassed defies
competition and acknowledges no superior, ' in
this protfrensiveaffo; it is well known in Iho Eastern,
Western and Southern States to be a compound of
rare aKceiicncc, anu is nscn uaiiy ior cooKing purposes
both in raiiiilies,s!eamiioa!s, ooaritiug nouses ; tome
Western emigrant t,idisiciisible. (IZi
M.VM I'AI TOIIV AND W HOLESALE DEPOT
111 West l'lltli Street, Cluclnnatl, O.
Kvery Variety and Lowest Prices,
At SMITH'S CLOCK STORE,
12 Cast Fifth Street,
80 Opposite the Dennison House.
rWHE BEST IN USE, ACCURATELY
-SL fitted to the condition nf the sight, and war
ranted to suit. The best quality of
At prices to unit all. Large aasortiutmt of
Stereoscopes & Views,
Of best quality, and at Eastern pi-lees. (r,
B-wPTICAI,, MATHEMATICAL AND PHILO
SOPHICAL INSTRUMENTS always on hand.
HENRY WARE, Optician,
No. 7 West Fourth St., opposite the High Steeple.
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.
924 CHESNUT ST.,
School Apparatus, Thermometers, MagU
I.auteriis, Matnematicai iiiNtrumeuiH,
Spy-Glasses, Spectacles, tic.
A full priced and Illustrated Catalogue sent
mall, lai.K or i'iiakok, 011 application. i.,i
fWIRAM, Organzine, Embroidery, Saddlers
SL fringe and Spool Silk;
Twist and Machine Needles
One dime spool. Best three-cord Silk for Sewing
iS West Fourth Street, 3d Floor.
JOHN II. JOUVET,
THOMAS JOI'VET. 47 Agent.
C AN 1 ) Y ! CANDY
3VXYU:rLJ3 cto CO.
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealer
FINE AND PLAIN CANDIES,
IO MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI.
AMERICAN EATINO HOUSE,
No. OO West Third St.,
Itetween Walnut aud Vine, Cincinnati, (.
J. il. V'l ll.l.Ol'OII. UOIIKKT M'l'I'LLOl'UII.
J. M. MeCULLOUGII & SON,
wiioi.ci.Ai.r. 11r.Ai.Ki1s i.x
(2ARDEX AND FARM
IMPLEMENTS AN1 MACHINES!
Garden, Pield and Flower Seeds,
FRUIT AND OUNAMKNTAIi TREKS,
S00 Muin trt'tt, aud Ko. 3 Eiut Fifth trwt,
216 CINCINNATI. O.
Nt'UHKHY aud HKKD 1'AKM, TLKA8ANT ItlDClK.
ipiLi:UT At IIICkliNLOOIMiH,
hurv.iynrH and Civil Kimiinrst, Mo. 200
rttroet. National Hall. ( in.
wni vnyg or every aewrip-
tlou runiitl atttmilfd to. I'aiikular attention
to Hiii Vfst ana MiiiHuviHinuit litutut wituiu tiiecity.
Uaviug lately purchatHHl all tho tield book contairj
tug oriKiuul uotun and mentorauda of Hurvvytj
tuodiviHiontf mado in thin city and vU'iuiLy, uud
ey, Kttij., who for many years wan a pruiuinent
voyor aud civil ouKint'or of tho citv aud countv,
iiraciugovor iniriy voiuuiott oi nuia uott?d, aud
thau four hundred pi at h, wo aro euaMed to retrace
ith accuracy and certainty survi-vs which ha
have uiade and lilies established by him. , ; stT
riHERE WILL RE A SALE BY CATA
M. logue of -G
HOI' Kit IKS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, ..,'..
GLASSW AHE. WOODWABK, ETC.,
To be sold by auction, ou
WEDNESDAY, FEBRV RY. 23, 1859,
At Stores Nos. 67 and W Main s.reet, Cincinnati,
lr G. BRASnEARS A CO.
Sale to conini.no ai s A.M.
Terms-All sums under fjMJO, cash; oyer (900,
days' approved paper. .
FIRE & LIFE INSURANtV
VVE ARE AGENTS FOR THE FOLLf
I NO woll known and rnllaWe Coiupanl
Irvine Fire Inauranr.e Co., of New Y
Incorporated ISM, Cash Capital, 9300,000, wi
Manhattan Fire Insurance Co.. of iS
incorporated 1S2I. (.'ash t.npital, J2SO,0o0, w
VlllJllUIVl 11, ouo.
' ALSO ' "
Tiew Vork Mfe Insurance Co., of
Aisets Jannarr 1, ls, si ,M5,sjl .v.. JQJ-1
We are nlo Agents for the aalo of
Mines' Patent Chilled Iron PlrJ?fJf'J
Burglar Proof Soles and to f
There Soe are worthy tlisronstileratior ITffDSj
ers. Merchants, Treasurers and others f ST I
roil mt pi;i i KOI iroin inn luueioiiair or
and we invite an examliialion of a sanipU.-. .
HORTON & TRUE, Agents,
JH IU. 1 JF II PV gTIIUUIIIgsj, Ai
itv v - i a i n u i U t
9.723 00. l
Hartford Fire Insurance
HainpiaMi Fire Insurance Co.,
Connecticut Fire Insurance Company.
ASSETS, W.'i,074 0O.
Conway Fire Insurance Co.'
Aiifii. i, ----- o,;hj w. j
ii. ii HLiuiuK, Agent,
91 SO West Third St., Cincinnati, Ohlo
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK.
Cash Assets, - - $5,300,000.
All leu! on KenkEstate worth double the amount
rnEMIt'MS ALL PAYABLE IN CASH. NO
NOTES. NO I.1A11IL1TY.
The Insured receive all the profits. The companf
makes no charge to cross the Atlantic or livo la
II. HKLUUCK, Agent, su west Xhirtl st. f
nr.ir.iiENcrs : (Stv
flroesheck A-Co. W. it. Nicholson. D. D.
liilmore ft llrotherton, Alex. II. McOufly, Esy. 1
Kinif, Corwin ft Co., John Iteeves. Ksn. f
Steadman, Carlisle ft Shaw, Stalihopn S. Howe, Esq.. I
AND Maiiufaeturers of all kinds of MattrasiM M
Ileililing, Soiith.iast corner of Fiflhand Plum nnvoti,
inciiiuati, oino. iu
EPISODES OF FRENCH HISTORY
in 111x0 Tiir.
Consulate and the First Empire,
BY MISS I'AKDOK
11110., ClOlll . 91 w. v. 1
La Plata; the Argentine Confederation, '
BY THOMAS J. PACE, V. S. K.,
Commander of tha Exoedifinn. With Mans and
numerous bngra lug. avu.,cioin. rrire. :u0.
The Laird ol AorIa.
A SCOTTISH STORY.
By the author of "Margaret Maitland," "I.illios.
lea.'' I'Jmo., cloth. Price, SI 00.
VOLl'ME III. . 1
Barth's North and Central Africa.
Rvo., cloth. Price, ff'i 50; Complel,, In three Vol-
Riiies. 8vo., clotli. I'rfce V7 rs), 8ro., hali' calf.
Price Slow. Just received and for an lo by
ROBERT CLARK &CO.,
197 5M West Fourth street.
New, True, Intelligible and Important!
Hati taken rooms No. 1 nnd 4 in "Bacon's Building,
corner of Walnut and Sixth HtrwU, and ! tiow in
troducing his new and imrK.rttfnt discovery ior the
cure of tho wuat obrtthiat chronic dUeajpa. lie
mnkcfl no corupromiu with -hi sloinach, in tho way
of nuMlicfltlons, but relioa sofeky upon the mqat sub
tle ami powcriui oi an ajtjemH,
His recent discoveries In the nnnllentlon ,f thla 1
vitullzlng force seldom fail to produce speiady and
PTliiaiieui euro in ..ynfiepsia, l.iver VOnLl.ilaltlls.
aralysis or 1'alsy, Consumption in the early and
middle stages, Hhcumatlsm, N'euraJgla, Hean Palpi
tation, all classes of Vtoriue I)ise'.ios, Catanr Ii, Dia
tes, Skin Diseases, Amaiirnsis, Deafness, IJeneral
DehilUy, and every species qt Nervous Chrosdc Dis
eases. The diseaaeH slionm not fail tn call and erxamina
the astonishing cures effected, fiequeutlr in single
Olliee hours from A. M. to Z P. M. Consultation
Dr. Chamberlain has associated with him- Mrs. E.
J. HALL, M. ll., of New York City, who bus had au.
extensive experience in tha treatment or disease
electropalhically and otherwise, especially those pe
culiar to her own sex. Ladies suffering frenu disease
should not failjo consult MrsJl 129
Glasgow & New York Steamship Co.
STEAM TO GLASGOW, LIVERPOOL,
Belfast, Dublin and Londonderry, without de
lay, for fe.'U. Keturn Tickets, good for six months, S
either of the ubo, places, by any steamer of the
Fboh Nf.w Yonx Edinburgh, Ounuuing, Saturday,
Feh'y lu, at 1? Noon; (tlasicow, TboniNou, Saturday.
March 19, do.; Edinburgh, L'unimiug, Saturday, April
From Olaboow Glasgow, Thomson, Feb'y V)- Ed
tiihurg, Ciimmlng, March Ui.
Katks or Passaoc From Glasgow, first vlasi, 11-
fiiineas: sieerage, found with cooked provisions ado
roni New York, first class, 875; steerage, found witlu
cooked provisions, it'M). '
Children under 12 years of age, half rnre. infants Ini
stcemice, frm. '
Relurn Tickets, available with1 n ,ix months, by
any steamer of this Line.
First class, OUo; Steerage, $C'
Frpaa'gTalp'vTo1""'' a"-' hed oeach team6r'
HOPK1N- iimi'i' K 'rodwar. New York, or
Emigrant and. Remittance Office.
1 It E ii A N D
T L A N D,
For sale atV, toll.cl IS. aterllior
Cei'tilicate of passaxe from Liverpool to CI
ir lltlV Ol t on U .u.t,.t-o lll..u ll,n fiiv,,,
llall Una of pitckuts, or the steaiuships f
GALWAY, . .
COKK, BELFAST and
Far sale at reuueed prices. LONDONDERRY,
Itemltt.iiices made from any part of the country for
drutts, or vaisnKo shall bo promptly uckiiowudurd
und rcniitteu ea directed.
WM. B. BARRY fit CO.,
42 Post. olliee HuildljinH, Foiirth-Htreet.
THE ORIGINAL AH It ONLY '.
(luarta rents. Pints IO cents.
Edmvind C. Charles, Importer, .
IO Kroadnay N. V.
Furnlsb tal to the trade nt the lowest Mew York
pi kes, b'v i
AVM. B. HORNEll
BOLE AUENT FOR CINCINNA'il,
N. E. Corner Sixth aud Race sts.
BH- Cases delivered lu any part of the city free of
Itejiorter and Detector,
Is published twice a month In ,
NEW YOBK, CINCINNATI, L0UI8VILM AND
The standing of every Bank In tho United States,
lu each of those cities, is reported, aud thi quotations
carefully corrected by Banking Firms of the highest
standing, who pledge tlieuiseives to buy all money us
quoted til their respective localities. The publisher
have no interest in any Banking Institution or Bro-
tier's office, and the Bankers who furul.b the rate
lave no interest whatever lu tho Reporter. Messrs.
NETTELTON, LOYVltY A CO. correct aud furnish
the rates for this city. 37
(ox TBI rcaorsA fUJ ..'.'
CORNER CHAMBER ST. AND WESXi' ,
BBOADWAY. odd. Hudsou B. K. K. Depvfft
NKV YOBK, V '
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