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TUB DAILV rENNT PRESS"
' la publlebed dally, Sunday , . I C
14 West Fourth Street,
land dOlvwrad to mncrrbfa In CimivWATI, ;v
kniiiM .mi VKW lMlHT..nl In iivrnuilfliua eme..
f Village and town, at
SIX CENTS. A WEEK. .
) payable to the luriif. t It, 4 .llii";
.One inf .......
CORNER IIXTH TINE In., CINCINNATI,
..h.....A). C. Bbvakt.
J, Howard Rmimin
I...W. ft. HAftStflOM,
WM. tO l
woxic TIVH CBAKOID.
Poor n 4t AN O'olooki Perform not eommmees I
DniOIrclandrnrqnett,8onU; ramllr Olrcla,
Great Attraction I '
TITTH Aim, XAWT WtlK OF ' - - r- ......
Mr. & Mrs.pELliSLEIl;
Vlntb nlht of the fitlrr apecteola of - -
Whleh will ba nrmantad in a "ttlfl of eleganoa and
plendor narar orpa.anl l America, t . ', ..4
WBPNMDAT KTKNIRa, Mrrb I, will tr.
MDtad, for th ninth time, tha oraon ipectacla of
' NAIAD QUKEH; in .
Oa, Tun Ktdfii of tub Brihi.
ImLTva, Qnora of tha Naiad. .Mm. Kfii Kixanm.
PrHNAFFii, flir Bnptii.8mlr.....Mr. Jonn Ri wi.a.
eir nup.n , iiirnamnfi me jm
Amvhilxo. a Demon Manetar.
Sir Rupert, aurnamed the Fearnaoght.
Catalline, a Muaioal Naiad.r...Misa L. Uaddorn,
Tha nerformanca will commence with tha amuilng
TBR FOX AND THE WOLF.
Ontaln Kamb(eton....u..-..u........1n'r. Collier.
Mr Vimlih Mr. Morton.
Ton,M..i..a. or-v.Mr. ponnnWr.
NEW RATIONAL THEATEE
Xitwit Backb, Role Leaaee; D- A. BausdaI. Stage
Manager) W. U. Tuboub, rroaiurar. 4
Thm Ibr.a.av.. tRbflaareAi ttlMinire In aniumnelna
that he hM effected an engagement for a few uighta
only with tba eminent Jturopesn xrageaiaa,
W1CDNXSDAT EVENING, March J, will be acted
Bnakapaare'a great piar oi
0 HAM.1IT.7 -.1,
Kinlrf. Mr. lUrrr RnlllT.n : Ohoat. J. X. Nacle !
King of Denmark, Jfflnirwll I Polonlna, Rainford;
LaartM, Hamilton I Horatio, Willi. lat Grave Dig
nr. Melrtllej M Orava Diaraw, Brown : Ophelia, Mia
. peOoarcr; Queen Uertruae, Mr. wukinai JTlajar
Qoeen, Mia woK.
After whloh, FAS DI DEUX, by Emily and Fanny
jiayiaaa.- - ' " . i
To conclud with th petit comedy of
BOUGH DIAMOND. '
Margery. Mlaa Jnlia Jonea; I.ady Plato, Mia i.
UOOEi vouaui Joe, ar. iemngweu.
THE NEW NATIONAL HOTEL, adjoining tha
Theater, ta now open for tha reception of guoata.
Boom can b obtained by the day or week, and
meala rurntehr at ii aonra. ' .
Triuleamea And other are cantloned aeainat fur.
n tuning any article fir tba Theater without a written
order, aigned by the Stag Manager or the Treaaorer.
The Campbells Are Coming
STAR TROUPE OF THE WOULD 1
Smith & Nixon's Hall One Week,
MONDAY "BYBNING, FEBRUARY 2&
.j.; t,r j 4 m m ,
llOnDie ITOUpe paS liana, i .
rvWtrd from tb, wry beat Ethiopian Delineator.
. Vocaliau aad inatruwaatuuyievorapncetrad til
Tie Campbell Brass Band,
flnn.l.tlnif of TRW TAT.F.NTFD MTTHTOIAN8. will
play Blghtly in front of the Hall, on the opening of
tne aooTB. ,
Admiaslon 80 cents. x
' Door open at 7 o'clock; performance at 7M.
nr PA CWLRXE, Agent.
'---- r. a 11 .t
WESTERN --MUSEUM. ,
NEW-AND INTEBKSTINO ENTERTAINMENT
VEHY DAY AND EV&N1NU. '
THS LARGEST COLLECTION OF ANTI
QUITIES IN THE UNITED STATES.
Ti. E' Corner Sycamore and Third
' " ...... m ,
WEDDING , MARCH, By Mekdilsbohh, and
CORONATION MARCH, from the Prophet,
Evtry Night at the CattHO, oppotitt Pikt'i
,.!: VJ Optra Nairn. , , . ,. ,
Get Your. ; Slilching ( Done
At No, S3 West Fourth st and teat the quality of
GEO. B. SLOAT it CO.'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES.
Z PRICE (.10 AND BfiO.
,' JTARRQV GUAGE,
No. 80 Sycamore atreat, in Museum Building.
Constantly on hand a supply of PURE AND GEN-
ivoiis, w l n kh, h k a n ii , ui.u
HISSkY, and IMFOKit.U ClUAUB.
M. STEVENS, Proprietor.
TINE LIOVOIIB. WIN
i h a
FIEST-CUsC AfCOlM BOOKS.
, . Should .call and leave their orders with '
,'l ;i Moprea WAtch, aieyg A Co.,
25 WEST FOURTH STREET?
Blank Boot; Uaeim, Jos Pxiktehs A BvATiaasa.
,1 ' -i ,,, ,. , .
i-'DayJ ,.. ..
v Every , Variety find Lowest Prices,
. " Ai SMITIT8 CLOCK STORE,
.!!..-is,tV,. !;! U East Fltth Street,:-
r "', Oppea'te the Pcnnlaoa House.
Ne. HI 2 ,fXTII STREET,
akaTLarg site Photograph takn at th Lowest
FjiWaALLjAND iEE THEM( ( ,v
CAMPBELL, ELLISON CO., MANU
FACTURERS 'of HOT AND COLD BLAST
PIG IRON. STOVES A CASTINGS. Wareroou.
. No. East 'seeonu' Street;
.1 "1 ,H I .., ' ...
Saltoustall' Fire and Water Proof Ad
.. j. ... JeiY, And, Elastic ' '
BOATING FOR ROOF8I
THE cheap. 6 aad btosf durable Coating for
or Canvas Roob ever used.- Warrautsd to withstand
ths sevsrest tssts of tlis bwt.eold or rain, of anvcll
.' wiat for Wn, yr, and resjaiu ..rBrotly Impervlou
Uwater. It will ""t melt, crack, wash or scale oB.
T .TFor new or old metal roofs, or foresaw roots
, Mpsrcatit. cliesperthananyotherooating. Ssudfur
sainple mdelriiiuar with refcr,mee. ' ...
' W. will sell SUt and County Rights In atost of
" F. ROYS A CO., Sol Agent,.
60 Wssi Foarth aWst,iKlAinaH, 4,
. I i. .
l'.if 1, .dU-Mlt T.l't'. 4
1 7 d CIV a
'ifi P WW' waafflMM it.
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,;Vol.i No. 8.'
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" -1 ' cmcirNWATi; Sra)HEStiAY moaioNG, march 2,1859.
Price One Cent
LOCAL1 NEW8.ll i
Clnclnnttr, P., March 2. 1880.
Amusements This Evening.
Klw HATTOWAt THBATKR-flroAmoM '.J".
hutwe-n ThUd and f onrth-"Hmlet," ad "onh
fvi....J It it
Wool)' THtATBR-CorniiT Sixth ind VlnaM.-
'Nld OoeB." "The To and tha Woir
BMITIl NIXON'S HAI.U-Voarth atTM. tw
M.lm anil W.lnnt l,f.mnhll Htn.trflltt.
Departure of Trains.
llTWATT. HAMILTON A PAYTOH B:TO A. 1. ,
A.M., 4:30 P.M. 8:10 P. M., Hamilton Accomraw
CiiiciNaATI A "T. Loma-ftflO A. M., 4:14 P. M. Ith.lO
IiiniAaAPOLi A Cisoinkati 41 A. M 4:I P. M.1 :08
r. M.. (:h cago ana lerr name nigni. r.prii.
T . Sn, . .Tlo m A M . 4 IS V. M . 11:30 P. M.
OiNciiiNATl, Mab'ictta A PAAKaMiiii-FromEaat
rMn..M.ju.i ii.notA'M A. M.. .1::m P. M.
Cincikkati, WimiiKiro! A 7.anvii.i. From laat
rront-ntree uepo v n. n ,i.i r. .
CiaJClSMATI, BlCHMOMO A ISDIAKArOLia tM A. M.,
An'naatioN.'KoKoiio A LooAtumaT Fronv Cincinnati,
i . . ," 1
CaKRIKRB, NWt-0TA AHD A0KHT8 IUp-
plied with "Daily Preaa" at 60 cent per hun
dred, ! 1 :
Not papen lent from or lenTO th office till
paid for. Advertisement to he paid t ban
of ordering. ' ' ' ' " '" .' " '
Orm enterpriilng agent, 0. Glover, Eiq., at
Columbia, Ohio, oomplalni that we did. not
lnclnde hi flrt lUt to-wit, two hundred tub-
oriben, lent on Saturday In our artlolo of
Monday, entitled " Over On Thoueand Snb-
loribers to tha Daily Preal ' In One Day I "
'Wo reoelred laid order on Saturday ( hat,
great ai it was, wt overlooked It. : Now, add
ing first Hat Columbus iubioription (two bun
dred), ho whole number we received, in one
day, eaturday, .February zoin, waa on thou
and two hundred and thirty-four i ' , .
Tbk! "Wedding March" and the "Cor
onation Maroh," in "The Prophet," two new
pieoei produced at the Casino, are very beau
tiful, and well adapted to bring out the power
of the initrument. They are worth the hear
ing.' I ' " ' '"" " :'
Mr. William B. Paebona has iuued a
new and enlarged edition of hil Description of
the Newly Discovered Qold Mine of Nebraska
and KanssJ, with direction to those who pra
poie to leek their fortunes in that locality. For
sala by Blanohard.
Couktt CoMmsflionERs' Omen. The County
vommiiouerB, m (no.r ' eveniun jeirua,
passed sundry orders on the Treasurer for an
aggregate of $108 01. . They also approved of
the appointments of Deputies, Clerks, ate., by
Howard Matthews, who yesterday took charge
of the Auditor's Office. '" n " ' ' 1 "
I Pbate Court Uued flrteen marriage
L.trimont.1 school of philosophers' by th...
looaple nil remain- unappveoaiea joy aooui
ny 7r'" " 7rTD
1 therh to sigh in vain fox. the joys of single
f Matb.o-ul :MPSQA-'rh4, Clerk
he Probate Court b.uTd' 'fifteen manUg.
Fall fbom a Pobch. A negro boy, namod
Albert Donnelly, while' sitting upon the bal
usUaderofnajtofollai; the-JaU, feU dis
tance of about twelve feet, and striking his head
upon' A brick pavement below, waa hurt, quite
severely. He lay insensible, from the effect
the fall, for almost aa hour, when be again be
came conscious. His Injuries are not likely
prove fatal, although serious. ' '' ' 1
., Mechamica' zobanoe. There was but
slim attendance at the Rooms of th Amerloan
Patent Company, yesterday afternoon, In an
swer to the call to those desirous of establish
ing a Mechanics' Ezohange. It waa decided,
upon consultation, t to make personal applica
tion to the mechanics of the oity, in the hope
that deoided steps maybe taken, within a short
period, of .laying th foundation of an institU'
tlon ti favorable both to their own Interests
those of the community, i .. t.,i; t,(
j Cincinnati Cress) Olvb. Th annual meet'
iog was held on Saturday evening, th
ult. Th Report showed that the Clab had;
for the first year of its reorganisation, suo-
oeeded beyond th most sanguine expectations
of Us friends. Its present room having become
inefficiently commodious for th increased num
ber of members, a committee was appointed
select mora suitable apartments.
The officers for the ensuing year are Messrs,
WT. Meredith, Pres.; R. . DunlapVioe
Pres.; I. Eggers, Treasurer i i Secretary,
ndW, F. A Moore, Asst. Secretary.
Jaiirb H.' Bkabd, has 'upon th point
completion th best picture so aay suoh
.ought; to know ever produced in this,
With those who have seen it, there has
but one expression. ' The subject la the
taken views of oat. in raspaot to the inUn
tlons of a dog. The former la in a state of
tense excitement; the )aUer evidently in
pacific frame ef mind. : A boy stands by
his hand upon the eat, but exhibiting ao
position to take an Interest In either tide of
question. If Mr. Beard can paint other
mals as well a h can dogs and cats, Landseer
way sviu. umj u. f w , . , ai. . ' , ) ,
Thb Orrosinos-The Exeoutlv Committee
f tVm AnIU..-,.iJ.i,l,.il,u ..11
a sue vjjtveteiwii . ,-swva w: vww
oonvenUou of "oltlxen opposed to the Demo
erstie party to be holden at Smith k Nixon'
Hell. on th 29U Inst.,' to' nominate a
for' th. aomlns- Mt, klaotloa. Th. wvlmar,
for the coming city election. ' The ' prlmay
meeting for th eleotion ef delegate to
are to be holden on Monday evening,
28th Inst. Tba,' ratio of representation is
a 11 .. j . no. L no.
wabds. DBS Jt'vors .j Bklbuats
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ABtT AtiOK Rlobard Calvin ee. On., Har-
rtaon 4c Iadlanapolis Rati Road Motion fer
Judgment on award. Several objections over
ruled, a follows i ii
1. The Statute does not require return of
award to be made to the Court of Common Pleas
S. The seal of the corporation Is not neces
sary to render the submission ond a sufficient
foundatioa for a Judgment. ,
Judgment refused upon the ground that' the
arbitrators after having delivered a eopy of
their award to one party refused to do to to th
Tildea k n lit for complainant. Brower for
r In th matter of th last will and testament
f Innocence Thronli. Undetermined. ; ' .'
Pkskrtio of a Wife bt heb HvgBAirn Hia
BcFEgiMoa ahd Wahdf.rinos. A few weeks
ago a man, whose tame w suppress, arrived
in the oity nd engaged boarding at a house
near the foot of Sixth street, 1topt by Jaw
Dolan. He apptared to be in comfortable cir
cumstances, and was accompanied by two child
ren, who, from their delicate faces and gentle
behavior, gave evidence of degree of Innate
refinement rarely snot with in girls so young.
He placed, them In school, and seemed to devote
himself, to their education; but none knew
whence' he oame, for an air of mystery1 en
shrouded his coming, and he was ver careful
to allow no word to escape which womld give
any elue to his former life. ' f I I . t . ? I t .
' Night before laat, a woman, with quite
an Intelligent face pale, weary, shoeless
and very poorly clad called at the ' house
and Inquired1 for 'the- gentleman," giving his
name, and. telling A story of . desertion, which
immediately enlisted the sympathies of th
keeper of tha hoilo who being ."unable to to
oommodate her, gave hoy a luffioient sum of
money to furnish her with supper, lodging for
the night And breakfast izf the mtrntag, when
he requested her to call again. She said the
gentleman for whom she inquired waa her hus
band, and had left her at her residence in Ev
ansvillo, some weeks ago, almost ' destitute.
She had determined to learn his whereabouts,
and walked to Louisville and there heard that
he had loft for this oity. Again, with the en
ergy and strength which only love to mortals
gives, sh;st,r(pd",and walked the whole? dls
tanoe to this oityi where she arrived, as we
have already stated, on Sunday night, and by
accident made her first inquiry for her husband
at th home wher h boarded.
Yesterday she met him, and, after a long
conversation, they concluded to again mak
their homes each other's bosoms, and, both
oonfesiing all their faults, promised to forget
the past.' ' There was a story from tha man-
in tha shape' of an xen of neglect of the
of ohlldr. on th. part of th. wife, in oon-qnene.
of a fatal lrv. for tt. Mnvl
nir.rriMMWwl Va athararlaa STont.Ua m.
thr.: and made her what. .leant for this, sh
n.v.r wonld have been a carales mother.
Contrite, she promised to reform kissed her
darling girls with joy, laid her throbbing brow
upok her husband's breast, and wept large tear
of penitential pleasure. The family bave.Qon
clutiod to remain im the city, where, we ain-
cerdly hope, the wooiogs of the. rosy god will
overcome all Bacchus' charms, and'erbwn the
balance of their lives with all 'his freshest
flowers. "' ''"
Poi.icr Cocbt. A number of drunk and dis
orderlies were disposed of yesterday morning
at the Police Court, Mayor Thomas presiding.
A fellow named John- Campbell was sen
tenced to the City Prison for ten days for in
dulging in the elegant and refined amusement
of abusing his family. i
Win. Martin was sentenced to sixty days
hard labor' in the Jail, upon two charges
petty larceny he having been caught stealing
molasses am.' Poet? k .Clark.; t Upon a third
charge be, plead guilty, and upon this he was
sentenced for thirty, thus making his impris
onment amount in all to ninety, days. '
Thro young men, named respectively Chas.
Feeny, James Carley and John Cory, accused
of sundry thieving operations Id the neighbor
hood of Cumminsville, were each held In $300
ljail for their appearance at the Police Court,
on the 4th Jnst,, to answer tv charge-of petty
TTrhiBr,' 'op i Arbests' dubino thb. past
Montr. From, th record in, the oOoe
fllayor Thomas, we learn that the number
I arrests during the month of February amounted
to 669';' of which there were for' assault and
battery, 72 ; potty laroeny, 53 j grand larceny,
11 ; stabbing, I ; pasting counterfeit coin,
arson, 1; burglary, J2 f keeping gambling
house, 2 ; assault with intent to kill, 8 ;
remainder being for drunkenness, disorderly
conduct, etc. Th number of lodger aeoem-
modated at the different station houses during
the month was 2,984. Since bunks have been
fitted up at tbe Ninth-street Station-house,
the number of person who have spent
night there has been largely Increased, and
benlsons of the unfortunate who have occu
pied them, we have no doubt, rest upon
heads of the originator and prosecutors
Dinneb at e aiT,HoB. J. Dan Jones,
th (at Auditor,' gave the clerks' of hi office
.1. j: ,A. .4 .V.' CI. ti..
ay a an, rAlUHUi -J vlnuawje twm akaaaB uvusff
1 was gotten up in the best style of the propm-
tor, Mr.WUllant X, Marsh, aad appeared to
tloket I .njoyed by the parUolpants..' Several gentle-
L.m.J .-a fb s.M Us.:.
1 men were toasted, and they responded happliy
th to the compliments with whloh they were
the TOred. Th utmost kindness and good feeling
a prevailed, and th dinner ended, each one,
theyt parted,, wishing the balance complete
success', Inr' whatever position they might
. I. .,.....,,
Finals qr na Hoxton Cask. TesUrday
morning, at the Police Court,' before Mayor
Thomas, the oas of Joseph Husklnson,
who. under th alia of P. 8. John.
' to1 Mid 'Hoxton, ef' Marion,
th purpQt of extorting money, was lakAl
and resulted In sentencing Husklnson fe a
of $100'au4 coauj ad conflaemat(in,
dangeea ier ten days. .u
..1 lit S) I'toiT
NATIONAL 'THEATER Th 'Qaaecter"., was
praaantad to 4 tad aadi.noa laat evening. Tha part
of Beverly la on well calculated to exhibit to advan
lag. th nnlahed elocution and floe acting of Mr. But-
livan, aa waa attested by th frequent plaudit and
aynpathtlc attention of hi hearer. Though hi
voice doe not poaaea th volume of ear moat favored
eotore, there I a aweetn and mcUncboly la It
ubdoad to. that la rarely eg oiled. To-night, Mr.
Sullivan 'appear a " Hamlet," A Character In which
he ha raceived th approbation of tha arltte la Iu
rape asd oar Baatarn cltle. , ,
WOOD'S THBATKB-The bewildering Lnrlln
and her attendant nyrapha, laat Bight, drew nun bar
within th Influence of thalr charm. Th excellent
naualc of th " Naiad Queen " la, of ltaelf, a snfflclaot
au ractloTt to All the (eat of thl popular pUoa of
aanjiaanwnt for a tons time. By rafcreno to tha pro
gnunaie, It will be aeen that, not content with offer
log a that which U, In ltaelf, a feaat, th manag
Bteat ha added such inducement that a crowded
hone mint Inevitably greet hia eyea thla evening.
CAMPBELL MIN8TBEL& Tbl excellent tranp
gave th eeeond of their nnlqna entertalnmeat, o a
large audience, at Smith A Nixon's) Han, laat even
ing. Tha wall -earned reputation of thla company
Bar fhelr correct rendition of every part of their chelo
programme, I too well known to raantr Indorse
ment at oar band. ' For thl evening, we have for
th Irst time a burleaqo on the concert lately given
hare by th " divln Plcoolominl." A tnnoh car. haa
been devoted to make thl affair complete In mode,
coats m and acting, thoas of our friend who are ao
fortanat a to be preaent at It rendition, will be
nrej to snjoy themselves " to the top of their bent.'
l''l : '
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QcAETEtLV Statement or rat Ohio Baku.
The statement of the Auditor, of. State In re
gard to th fifty-five Banks of Ohio for th
quarter snding th first Monday of February,
show, including the Independent, Free and
Stat Branches, the following condition : '
. 1.673.728 2 '
Notes of Dthor Hank....., : tkiA,Z7 Ml s
Da from other Bank and
Banker ..-..... I,l9n,.i 41 ,
Noteaand Bills DiKonntod. 11,03,312 63 1
Bond of Onto and vthtt
HUte J,a,3Jl M 1
Real Katate and Personal . ., i .
Property....- i.. . ' 8I9,lijT M
Ohsak end other Cash
. I tens. ..... 122,497
Other Hesourcea 1.074J34 VI
.. ijwi.imi :
Circulation . -
Pn to Bank and Bankers..
Due Individual Depositor..
Dividends Unpaid '
Contingent Fund aad Undi
Discount, Interest, etc
Bills Payable and : Time
It will be found upon examination that the
above totals do not agree by $100,000, and yet
both footings are correct. These are the Audi
tor's figure, and w are sur that th mistake,
in th addition of tha resource, is his. The
Auditor may be generally Wright, but we ar
confidant in this he is wrong.
26630 X '
1W.718 34 '
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2J, 097,736 04
jSJah Bibiovslt Hcbt in a Fioirr, A cou
ple of men, named Ilffcy and'vTfrt, while en-
P . " IhorhLd
I ' vu.S. uui, uv u. mww a, u...,
1 nd fttf PMW-9 of 5m Woa vTIrt
I J 1 T I AT 1 At at- V a.
I lru0 "lavJ s.. uiuos w.ia am as, arsaa
ing bis arm, fracturing his skull and bruising
his hedy quite seriously. He was found a
short time afterward lying upon the ground,
almost dead, bat .Wirt escaped, aad haa not
since been heard of. .
United States Cocbt. At the above Court
the case of. Latta tw. Sbawk, was taken up
Taft A Perry and Lee b Fisher, for plaintiffs,
and Coffin A Mitoholl for the defense. .The
forenoon was occupied by an Argument in fa
vor of th dismissal of the Special pi as, which
argument prevailed. In the afternoon the
time was entirely taken PP bj1 explaining the
cause to the jury. It will be con waned during
the day by th examination of witnesses.
A young man answering the desoription of
Samuel 0. Granneu, whom we notloed yester
day as having disappeared somewhat mysteri
ourly from his home about two years ago, we
learn Is now confined In the Jail at Covington
for some petty misdemeanor.
j ThY Board of Directors of the Sunday School
Union met last , night at th room of the
Young Men's Christian Union, on Fourth street,
but adjourned over until next week, without
doing any business. ' '' j . . .. -
j Fibe Alabhs. There were two alarms of
fire yesterday, but In both eases the flames
were extinguished without the aid of the De
partment, il ;. ' ,f. '..
j Gabbotino. A man nam id George Theia
Was knocked down, on the oorner of Webster
and Broadway, night before last, and robbed
of about fifteen dollars. ,
The Cincinnati Observatory—Professor
Mitchell in New York.
At thtypublln meeting held In New York, on
Friday last, on behalf of the nroposed Astro
nomloal Observatory in the Centni Park of
tbat oity, th lie v. lir. vox paid a glowing
tribute to Professor Mitohsll, speaking particu
larly of the Tjlaasure h received on viewing
the heavenly bodies through th telescope of
the Professor, at his Observatory, In Cincin
nati. Th Rev. Deotor expressed his belief
tbat uod intended men to be astronomers,, (or
the fourth day of the Creation showed this
the whole meaning of that was adjustment, for
when God said, "Let it be for signs and for
Aa msTm anJ f " daws anr) tt wraaat v-ai ' t Vi A mas w
ing wag : "I have given you the dial of th
leaves, oonsult the clook-work of Eternity,
v maaaure um a. it, pane over earvu . iu-
I gAtjl ' r 11
Professor Mitoholl -followed Dr. Coa )' H
be pointed with pride to the fact that Cincinnati
11,k?df?,r 7"' ta!d fhLM wB
Btate.forth building of the ClneinnaU Obscrva
tory, and had evtr since supported It herself.
Iw raising1 that building the subscriptiona wr
taken out in molasses. Iron, shoes, groceries,
Scar, etc., and after buying th instruments
began with enly $25 in the treasury, and
tw meson and a tender. , He aotually nut
the sand and drew the earta himself, mad
lima kiln and aaw the lime made Into mortar,
by a natural pond which waa mad by .rain.
At length he had one hundred and fifty men
at work, and paid them in due bills or land
eakea, t 11 used to begin on Monday morning
without a dolUr. and yet was able, to par
heads oa Saturday night, and had to work
oar a nay, and support his family aa he
1. This he did not say for a boast, because
man eould do It who would try. ' . 1
Owyae'a Block, Columbus, was partially con
sumed on Friday alght, , Lo about $1,000.
TON gazette; " '
rr ADVKRTISF.1N TIIETotEIKJ
A lB, pnhllslie1 at Toledo, Oh I, e). H. r AB VI5,
ARfn IT w I nnnn riiwi,
tr:AI)VERTIHB IN THE IIIIX8-
BOROtTOH OAXRTTE. ' 8. H. Pxavni, Agent,
ee ronnn street.
Antl-MscMsar's Heedle Work. '
Bl'k Xitce Coiffure A the GenotM Veil.
. ' I.
80 West Fourth street.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29,1858
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Foar dallv train leave tha Sith-etraflt Daao
A. M. Dayton, Toledo, Sandoaky aad Detroit
. A. M. illchmond, Indlanapoll and Chicago XX-
preaa. .... . , .
s:sa. si. 1'ievemnoana nmmjra isxpresB.
4:10 P. M. Davton. Chlcasa aad Banduakv Nlaht
4.30 P. M. Richmond, Indianapolis and Chicago
PT""-.. ... .
n f m. Hamilton acoommonaiion.
Davton trains run thru turn to -Sunduakr andlLlma
Without change of cara. ' "
ThroHgh Ticket, for all Eastern, WeW
eru, nonnernana nonn
i western Cities.
ain also connects at Dayton with Daytonjand i
a Boad for Tray, Pisjvm, fcHdney and LLua; I
at Lima for Fort Wayne and C'hlcjro,reach. I
A.M. Tl.vtna Mall Train For Snrlnaiteld, Ban
dnsky and all points on that road. Connects at Cr
Dana lor iimmwi. , arrive. m .,i,iiiii,u. is nwu .
at Clyde for Toledo, Detroit and Cbloaso, arriving at
Detroit at 7:30 P. M. Also at Clyde with trslna for
Cleveland, Buffalo, Ac. Passenger by thl train dine
cvnnvcn .1 umi. iuri,', nTuvuiini',
Ing Chicago at ID P. M. Also, oynnecU at Dayton
with Dayton and Western Koaa lor potnta netween
Sayton and Richmond) with tiresavllle and Miami
oad ftir Greenville, Union, Winchester and Mnncie.
A. M. train for Richmond connect with Indiana
Central Road for Indlanapoll., Chicago, Lafayette,
S:40 A. M. Cleveland and Pittsburg Kypresavia
Delaware Cut Off For Cleveland Dunkirk, Buffalo,
Now York and Boston. Also, makes close connec
tion a at Crestline lor rmauurg, rmiaaeipma, ixuu
i , l . . j .
4:30 f. M. .uayton tLxprpsa, ror nanunr.:., , A,ima ana
Chicago; at Forest for Chlcsro; at Civile for Toledo;
tt Banuu.xy witn V. ana a. ifcoau lor i.teveiaua, sun
1 -I. m.A D S7.1a .
This train slsoronnectswitn iiaytnn ana nirnigsn
Road for Troy, Piqna, Sidney and Cblcao; st Sfclnsy
with the trains on the B. and I Boad for Pittsburg and
a-viv si iniii.n.noii. and I nirsffo r.Tnress. con
nects at Richmond for Indianapolis, Terrs Hants and
Bt. Louis. Also, connects st Mattoon for Chicago and
all points on the Illinois Central Road. -
0:40 P. at. ITHin ror nammon ana an way aaation.
with Cincinnati and Chicago Boad for Andensrn, Ko- I
komo.Loganaportandall polnU on tha Wabash Val-
ley Boad. I
Leave Dayton at 8:20 A. M., 4:13 P. M., and 7:80 P. V.
team Hamilton at 7 A. M.. :47 A. M.. 11:30 A. M..
'.4X r. at. ana v:un r. si.
TRAINS ARRIVING IN CINCINNATI.
rT.mllton at ArHS 11:40
From Dayton at 10:32 A. M 6:60 P. M , and 10:10 P. M.
For Airther information and Tickets apply at the
Ticket Offices, north .east corner Front and Broadway;
No. tea Walnut.atrest. near Fourth, or at the south
east corner of Fourth and Tine streets, or at tha Sixth
D. MoLAREN, Bupsrlntsndont.
COLUMBUS & XENIA
COLUMBUS & XENIA RAILROAD.
On and after Hundav. November 29, 18SS, Train
ieav viucinnnrtsa tuuows! - , . . ;
..OA M n.v Htonnfnff at wav station.
4:16 Accost HSDATion For Aeni sad efUgneia,
stoppimt st Intermediate stationa. .'
11:30 r. M. hioht Kxraxss-ritopptnf at Mvetaaa,
Morrow, Co twin, Xeuia and London.
Connection are made by the O A. M. and
i i lUlt P. Ms Traiiia ror
ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
Tnt Winn X-rTA Tbaiw. IautI nt ClnclnnAtiat
11:. P. H.t rrtni (Ully. xcept HA TUKUAYB..
i'n. ii, . ,M,n, jrnn ii.iiv. e.Ri.rt. n,i ,,(,...
ForfhmOiih tickets and all information apply to
.1, . W.l . u, ., ru,. Hn... Ku. 1. Burnet
Honse, snnffc-east corner of Broadway and Front
streets, ana ai'tne asstern inpoi. .
Trains run by Coin ml ma time, which I Mvea sain-
j. im habii, nnpenntenaeni.
umninuses cau ior raasengers.
Great Western & Northwestern
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI
x . (VIA LAWRENCEDUBO.)
Distance HO miles, and no change of ears
between Cincinnati and Indianapolis,
tkm. Puavn sav Train, lesve Cincinnati daily. (Bun
days excepted,) from the foot of Mill and Front streets,
VaTWfaAtN. :28 A. M.-'Chlesgo and Terra Haut
Dny ExpreM Through to Terra Hants, Lafayette and
Sboohd Tbain. 4:46 P, M. Accommodation Th4:
M. train rrrivea in Indianapolis at 10:1 r. at.
THian TBAiaChlcagoand Terra Hsut Night Ex
B v ., . r-r im, .1 n 1 1 mil . IM II IB . L I a. mm
This train'runs through from Cluciunati to Chicago,
ulK kittnnitrhilkOTIflf cars.
The above tram maae ciose conuecuuu. a. .
Indlanapoll, Lafayett and Chicago,
WITH TRAINS FOR !
Terre Haute, Lafayette,
BprlllKUttia, ,Ui:nWl ,I,W,
Bock Inland, fi , i Danville,
... Kenosha, Milwaukee,
, Mattoon, ' Papa,
Naples, a, . . , . .. , Irla,
'mi! V (Juincy. , . . , Kacuie,
Pralrls dtt Chten, Decatur,
i , , ftloonilnfftitii. Joliet.
Lasall. St. Paul, and all towns and cities in tu
Couuectiu'ns are also made at Indlanapoll with tha
Pern and Indianapolis Railroad for Kokoino, Pern,
Logauaport, sort wayue,.Aoieao sua Atirui.,
Its m,m A. are In th HshtTlckflt Office beftr
aua sur it.o.
. ; VI Lawrenceburj.
SMmATTrtTf VTCsTFTfl. Mind nnttl used, aiav be had
at ths Union Ticket Offices, uorth-west corner Broad-
. , ."Ti""""""' "
A Iu. 11. t VtnM.f Rnn.
, WM! M. STARK, Ticket Agent.
Also at tha Walnut Street Hon..
Omce hour from 4 A.M. to 9 P. M
H. O. LORD, President.
W, H. I,. NOBLE, General Ticket Agent.
WILMINGTON AND ZANESVILLE
leave Depot, Eaat Front atreat,
Oa and after Monday, November M, Train
l, bast rout street, viucii
: P. M.
rt. KmMt. Tmixl .IrMMt. I Iltlolnnatl. aa 10I10WB1
Fiaav TaAiw At A. At., arriving at Zaassvill
Sxoinn Txais At 4j li P. M .anlvisjr at CaasaviU
a ic.&o A. M. . .
Return Trains arrhr la ClaciaaaU at U A. at.
10:Wr. M. .
hi. f.. VZt Sreft! '
six I Tt. Ckaf , tvsosiv aad
TR0?. t.'IT. FOWLx.R, Of THE IIBM
M. af Fowler A W.lla, Nw Tork, will eommeiie
a eoarss or iwturas in nmua si nut on a xtau, uiswa
aau, aa IM isva et sviarca, too, , .
.-,' , i.i (,,,,,
lit : ( ;-,,J,. , .'
BATES OF ADVERTISINC!
&4HUfmmt mowc.us flv Hum
wo M ...t. ......... . ..U...in.. .. ) lit J , ' r X " '
Larger advertlsevasnt tnsnrtad at the fjlkwh. '
iwse or iui , ,
rat, lot mun af tso
I.ach additional Insertion
Two " .,
On. math .......
"WANTS." "FOH 8ALR "TO I,JT.M "LOT.i j
or !, two Inaertl ns. twenty-nve rente. j
WANTED BOARD la a private family," ' ' "
whet there are ao other hoarders, wit Ma a I
few minute walk of th Poatofflo. , Addraaa "P.,"
I)a!l Press ollk. IWI
WANTED SITUATION By Boy il 1 '.'
yenr of (g. in a wholesale Ornaory or Pre. ., .)'..' , '
learn ins Dumnfvw. 11 coraw wen .
Address "P. M. W," this ofBo. (Ma (l
WANTliD Who want logo to th Gold ' r -
Digging f A rare chance I now offered a
young or mlifclle aged m. (roo wm paM wblla ,
yon are on the way. Also, wanted, a German maa
and win. to go on a farm. Good wavs and a com
fortahle hniiM., with plenty of faet, is offared to a
.ullahle party. For partlcalar, apply to A.D. CA R.
SON, No. M Western How. U
T ANTEII SITTJATION By a tarty.
any ether kind of writing thnt would pay well. Haw '
no objection to writs ta an oftics with her smy-oysr,
rrevmea as la as rnoaol ana jooa-ioos,ing..
I'Kmil. 11.11. Prw. office.
WffiEKV?W ' '
W W Apply at Mo. East Fonrth St., to I. B. B. ta)
V ANTED . TO TRADB I have U
hundred and ela-htv acre of choice Land.
which I wish to exchange for Goods. Any party
wi.hlng to make sach a trade will pleas address
box sio rastomc. . x,s . "
Al Axsj 1 1. iap. m I'UJ taATM J (WW. irav,
'ANTED SITUATION A Book. .
keener or tlerk. either la -this cltv. (Ciacia. . .
natl,)ov any other psnth or Wss or, wwiduavs uo
ohjection as clerk on steamboat. Addres JOUlf H.
UHOI UH, Hamilton, unto. , X7i
WANTEIX 4URL. A good girl to do
housework. References reqaired. Casalr
at "Dally Press" office. . i i la
IpNTElJ 43IR1 TFrom U to lo yars
TV of a.e. to taka rare of a child. Anslr at Ko.
371 Oenrse afreet, Brat house below Linn st.
WANTED A Lady of xTMsrisne) wisheg
a.ltuatioa as Teacher In DRAWING AND
PAINTINO, or KNOL1SI1 BBAMCUajo. At. A.
CLARK, Moiithamptoii, Mas.
WANTED BOOK-KEEPER One . ex.
verienosd in a Daily Newspaper Offlt-a. Ad,
dress Box l.4A PnstofTlce.
n r t
f a '
T . AMlrP-1
ANTED PAPER-BOX MAKERS
Apply up etslrs, over S4 East Third street. SH . ,
D As NURSE On who an-
derstand how to taka ear of ohltdrasw - As
phr at 4S Ksst Sixth street.
V,viTriiT-vr' -vr rr ., j . .. ...
VET ANTED A Young Man bearding la -r'l
WW a private family, and occupying a tltaMnl
front room, would liks a ROOM MATE. Th. Iocs-. ,
tlon Iseeutral. Apply at south-west comer Walnut ' ' T
r . , t7Tb 77 A 5- cf-Wa f-'
V .SJ-vJiTo , Sd , 7 SJ1:
w V ARHHIP8 In Gundry', Bacon' aad Smith1
Commsrclal College. Goon for free coarse of
traction In Double Entry Book Beeping, and yowasj
buying Certincate. Apply at aa
nth-west corner Sycamore aa
Third atreeta, Mancheatvr corner.
227 w. a. ACTKLbT.
WANTED CANVASSERS- Thro, re- .
pectahle bnslnes men. of good sddtvaa, to
aoUcIt subscriptions for a new and popular work.
Deantimiiy inuetratea. mgiieaa eommieeton pat.
Apply from 9 to 10 A. M., at the offto of the Lonea ,
Printiua and PnMiahlna Comnanv. SB Baa. Third i
atreet, up atairs, Manchester Building.
IWI ti. J. IHAgS, Agsnx.
WANTED CUSTOMERS For a lototV,
Baskets, to b closed out verv cheaa. at Pro
duce Commission Store, log Wast Fifth street, by ,
JOHN BELL. 14
WANTED MEN Enorg.ia young .,
men to travel and sell so e new aad fast sell-
Ing Books and Charts. By application and eeonoany, .. ,
from Sio to (100 a month can be cleared. Call ana .
see, or wldress for catalogue, Ac, MACK R. BAR- ... -KITZ.
Pnhliaber, SO and 4i W est Fourth .treeV.
, r. . i ne uoiorea A,nrrnvit,ga in my dooks ana ao r y
nerwnt. to their sale. t Ha M. B. B. l ,'
TiTA N'I'ED A CLERK Who will loan
Slso, offering for hire. Book Kjra, Crvk i, ,l
rhanlcs, Farm ban. In, Ac. A iirft-clN-. FreirV
hia .mnlovsra a fi-w hnndred dollar. tx
good girts wanted tn taerity, aim snvrral rurw a:!.
Tn.li.v want. . Mttiuitti.n In tna.-h jln.r,
Engli.h branches. APr'' 'fhff;nrai H.iH;srv,- i " I
Asrnry Offl.ts, No. Jc2 Vialern Bira,
BOARDING Two or three Oentlemea,
can be aecommodatod day board at No 139 Ban
street. Reference required. Vlt
BOARDING A Gentleman and hi Wife - ..
and four or five Single Gentlemen canbeeccom- ' '
modated with good room and boarding, on raasona.
blete.rojrajjrdvjnsa j. -
OK RENT At $25 per month, DWELL-
JC ING HOUSE, with eight
: room. No. M) Geoi a "
trest, between Mound end Cutter. 1 Apply at auy Sx- ' '
I change ontca, Manchester corner. . ' w. ,4
VT. . Jv.,. j
A DESIRABLB? BRICK i'
Hoeatasi strt ..
MlMianllv allnalMt .nit newlv VMluted: furnishes
with ga throughout; a good cistern, Baaoallai, and'
M: DWELLING HOUSE, No.
PoaaeMion elven immedistsiv. For . .
.urther particular, apply at N. 864 Vine Mrenr. JAf
STORAGE LOFTS TO LET. Trnt raav-
aonahle. Appbat Sycan. or atreet. ' 1 1 1,
OR SALE BRICK HOUSE
bv im feet to an allev.
Hoiiae, four roome. Kitchen la go
Front, side aad rear
.lour v.' 11 niKun, sh ...in. w.u... ...
.ocatlon. 2IA Weat Ninth atreet, between Cutter and '
Linn, inquire at the premise.. , ai
F OR SALE WROUGHT IRON GRAT
ING ana lb., snore or lass, of Wronghl lriva tw
Gratings. Can be awn by applying at the Pre
IT OST STUD With a Granite Set.
JLi finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving it at
the Daily Press efftos.
GRAND REOPENING A f
JENNY LIND SALOON,
...... VINE STREET, " '
Cndr Wood' Theater. THIS (Wednesday) '
EVENING, March M, . ., .
A Free Lunch
Got np in a atyle never equalea la this ity, (Uelae
Inf Oyster Sonp,) will b spread ant. i m - a
OLD, GREY-HAIR BOURBON,' '
Thmo.t choice BBANDIR0, the flasst CIGARS.
aad all other dellcaole. will bs aervad np la ths tassi
NEW ORLEANS STYLE.'
Charlie hops on thl occasion to as all Us puiner. .
as friends, as hs intend uaktag it tha ' . rr
Grand InaGgnratloB Festlral,
One aeen, never t b ftrrgottea. , ; , M i
Vi-pn T "W TTl A T . . !
VRaMW -- t "w - 1
Forwarding & Commiasion Kerchint
And Wbarf-boat Proprietor, Parkerstmrf , Ta. '
Will give prouapl atnnnoa to uoasignni.m. ""w
yorwaraing reia bis w au poiau wa wo . .v
Hirer y Hi raxaareonrg pac... . ,
pat 4 Publio Landing. Cincinnati.'
' THE ORIGINAL AND ONLT , ,
' IMPORTKU. ..... , , ...
Quarts TS cents. Pints 40 cents. -Edmiind
C. Charlei, Importel-s1
. . . fii 40 Broadway, . T.
Furnish to th trad a th hjwsct Isw tk
prlca,by , .
, WJM. B. HORNER,
,' BOLE AGENT FOR CINCIHNAtI,!
' N. E. Corner S lxth and Racs it.,
BTr Case dellvared la any part of ta atty
chare, i . ' ' ' ' if'.i'
1 WILLIAM Mieoni'ik-
MEROH NT T.4aiMOI
, ., H. DOERLKsV, IttBMaB, , . 4 i
No. 99 Sixth S, CWsiaauS, fA,' .
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