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THE DAILY JIKSS.
MIEN li"V RJOICO 6c CO,
mu An rmrairmiu.
The Cincinnati Daily Press Enlarged and
The Cincinnati Daily Press Enlarged and in New Type.
We present the Prkm before our rantan
this morning In a new drew, and aomcwhat
grown inc IU liwt ppenino5 also with
new hfarl, from which we have omitted the
"penny" which formerly qualified It, ns we
nre not nwnre of any inch coin In our cur
rency, and not taring, If there were, to !e,
like, an unpleasant uctioneer, perpetually
reminding onr readers of the price of the
article which we offer them. '
The enlargement will enable us to furnish
our readers with a paper more In accordance
with our ideas. Since it came into our hands,
the Pan has received a handnome accession
to Its circulation and business, and we expect
it will bring us in communication and on
good terms with all render, who, in addition
to the common acmnnu lor inc tnrrenv new,
like independent comment and discussion on
the topics of the day.
We have to express our gratification for
the liberal and increasing advertising busi
ness which we have received, for the rapid
Increase In our circulation, and to our co
temporaries throughout the State for their
very flattering notices.
Advertising—To Business Men.
Advertising is universally recognized ns a
means of business success: not as n mere
chance venture, a easting of bread uon the
waters, doubtful If it will ever return; hut ns
legitimate investment, sure to bring reason
able returns. No Investment of a business
manner is surer of profit; but advertising
offers the same scope for judgment, skill and
system, as any other kind of business. The
day of great successes from great investments
in advertising has not gone by. On the con
trary, recent instances, dtirpMSsing all pre
ceding ones, would indicate that it had just
begun; but the manner of advertising must
of course be adapted to the circumstances of
the business. Uecklcss outlay is not desir
able to any party.
Some habitually disparage the value of
advertising. They assume that advertising
literature is not attractive to them, therefore
that intelligent persons do not read adver
tisements. But the premise is wrong. They
themselves do read advertisements of any
thing pertaining to their interests or wants.
Ho do all, and that makes the case.
But, in addition to this, new advertise
ments are universally rend. They are mut
ter of news, nnd constitute an epitome of the
current business of the city, and of many
matters of local Interest. True, standing ad
vertisements on some pgaes ot a paper
which the publisher consigns to Coventry,
changing the matter only nt long intervals,
and putting in nothing attractive to the gen
eral reader, are of little value. The public
only imitate the neglect of the publisher.
The cost of these is usually small, and prob
ably they bring a fair return for it.
But we doubt if any portion of a paper is
more generally read than its new advertise
ments. This would seem to show plainly
that the way to succtss in advertising is in
making advertisements constantly fresh. In
the same line is the advertising of specialities
in brief advertisements, which almost inva
riably bring satisfactory results. These im
ply a greater outlay than the old system of
standing advertisements, renewed, perhaps,
semi-annually, but the returns are vastly
greater in proportion.
In connection with this subject we may re
fer to this paper. The Daily Preu already
offers an advertising medium second to none
in this city, and its circulation is rapidly in
creasing. It circulates among the whole peo
' pie, and the low price at which it is sold car
ries it into thousands of families which take
no other paper, and which naturally are very
thorough readers of the one they tnke. Every
page of the Preit is made nttrnctlve with
reading matter, its largo proportion of new
advertisements increases its attractiveness to
the reader, and its limited size brings them
nil within a glance, and saves any of them
from being lost in a vast and dreary expanse.
Advertising in our columns promises just
ns sure a return as any business investment
that can be made. Spasmodic efforts may
not produce a striking result, but in no other
enterprise are tact, skill and pcrscvercnce
surer of a profitable reward.
The Humanities of Civilization.
One of those demonstrations which society
periodically makes, to ventilate its virtue,
and provide gcnjKigoats for its vices, was
made in New York last week. The police
made a descent upon the girls on Broadway,
and arrested thirty-one, all between the ages
of sixteen and twenty-two, who were locked
up in the cells of the station-house over
nigbt. One of the girli stated that she had
only been in the city six weeks, and thut'shc
resided East. Not being able to obtain
money, and having a sick child, she was
actually forced to go upon the streets in order
to obtain money. She also stated that she
had not eaten anything for two days, which,
upon investigation, proved true, and the
Captain discharged her, and told her that if
ahe would go home in the morning he would
pay her passage, which she consented to do.
Workingmen's Meeting and the Presidency.
We noticed a bill posted in the city, yester
day, calling a meeting of the workingmen to
night, to take into consideration their inter
ests and the Presidential election. If the
workingmen do not wish to be sold, they will
keep their interests separate from polities'
The Presidential election can do nothing for
their interests; and the demugogucg who
would attempt to turn the present feeling
among workingmen intojutrty politics, would
be the first to betray them, to carry their own
Laudable Efforts of a Temperance Society.
Columbus, strongly reprobated the adulter
ation of liquors, and called on the Legisla
ture to punish it by fine and confiscation.
This is an uncommonly sensible move for
temperance society. Publio confidence In
the Integrity of liquors has been much shaken
and it is time something were done to restore
it. General Carey will have the topers with
iim in this labor.
Tb correspondent of the Herald says that
Seward and Cameron are confederates, Cam
tpd working for Seward for the Chicago
' nomination, and expecting to be Secretary
f the Treasury. Pennsylvania, iron Is to be
Aung about the neck of the Republican party,
ud will prove about as valuable a Ulo-pre-erver
as a mill-stone would to ft Son oi
U4t an bU voyage to Oitb,;
Laudable Efforts of a Temperance Society. The Finality of all Municipal Loons.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court issued a
ffianrfomtM commanding the Commissioners of
Alleghany County to levy a tax to pay the
interest on its bonds. They disobeyed, when
the Court fined them $1,000 each and cost,
for contempt, and ordered them to stand com
mitted to the county jail until paid. In ad
dition, the Court issued another maniiamtit,
which will make a case for another fine. It
is intimated that no Jail can hold the Com
missioners. The Pittsburg True Y say s : "The gen
eral Impression In this community, where the
feeling of the people if well known, is that
the day of payment has been Indefinitely
The amount of county bonds, deducting
railroad bonds held by the county, is 2,300,
000, on which there is past due four years in
terest, amounting to $352,000. To meet tills
nnd the ordinary expenses of the county
would require a levy of three and a half per
cent, on the taxable vnluntlon.
Besides this the city of Pittsburg has bonds
outstanding to the amount of $1,800,000, on
which three years Interest Is due, amounting
to about $324,000. To meet this nnd the
city's expenses, and its proportion of the
county interest, would require a levy of ten
per cent, on tho valuation. If the accumu
lation were paid off, propably a levy of about
four per cent, in the city, would pay its in
terest nnd other expenses.
It is easy to see that, as the rreti says,
"payment is indefinitely postponed." Repu
diation is an established fact in Alleghany
County. It was a fixed fiict when these lonns
were made. TliU was the repudiation, the
dishonor, the robbery of innocent creditors,
if there was any. There is no foundation for
these bonds. It is utterly impossible to en
force them, nor had the authority which is
sued them, no matter what the naturo of it
or by what legislation authorized, any power
to bind the people to pay. The power does
Pittsburg and Alleghany County have
rather distinguished themselves by their brit
linnt financiering; but all municipalities are
going the same way, ataslower pace. When
cities ore new, their disproportionate ex
penses seem to demand loans. As they increase
this demand incrensos; but there must be an
end to it, and that end is repudiation. When
these burdens become oppressive the people
will throw them off, and there is no power
thatcan enforce them. Legally they will not
bear investigation; for the right to bind suc
cessors, once admitted, would logically moke
posterity helpless under hereditary burdens.
Pecuniary obligations arc of no more bind'
ing force on posterity, than political instilu
tions. Either must stand on their own mer
its when the people who are asked to pay,
come to investigate them. This is not rcpu
diution; but to borrow money on such a ten
ure is repudiation ; it is worse ; it is borrow
ing on false securities, which, in the vulgar
tongue, is called swindling.
The State Treasury.
With some information on State finances, the
Commercial might, perhaps, write more intel
ligcntly on the necessity for additional guards
for the State Treasury, as shown by Breslin's
defalcation. It assumes that Breslin's deficit
occurred from depositing in banks, and that
the present Treasury system guards against
such financiering as his. The fact is other
wise. At the timo when the State officers
were financiering to help Breslin pay the in
terest on the public debt, although he hod
nominally a balance on hand of over a mil
lion, his bank deposits were quite small, and
it is not shown that they ever caused more
than a fraction of his deficit.
Brcslins great banking operations were
made by taking stock in banks, and borrow-
ing their notes, which h? held in the treasury,
taking out so much of the treasury funds for
his operations. This facility is not only won-
derfully preserved in the present law, but is
actually increased by its legal recognition of
bnuk-notes as receivable for State dues. With
the same amount in the treasury, a dishonest
treasurer could financier as" largely with its
funds as Bresliu did, in spite of treasury ex
There can lie no question that this demands
a reform, but dare any party make the Treas
ury safe? There is no indication of it. The
Democrats enacted a "sub-treasurv," and
recognized bank paper as treasury funds.
The Republicans say, plausibly, if the Treas
ury holds bank notes, it is equivalent to de
positing in banks, and it is better to have the
respbnsibility of banks of our own State,
than to hold indiscriminate bank currency;
therefore, they propose a system of deposit
ing in banks.
The systems do not differ materially; both
depend on the safety of banks, and the Re
publican proposition selects the liest banks.
Docs the history of hanks offer such safety
as tho State should require for the money
holds In trust for the people.' Nobody will
undertake to maintain the affirmative. The
losses of the public money have all grown
directly out of the reception of bank-pnpor
into the State Treasury. By that the people
of Ohio hare lost nearly a million of dollars
in the last elyht years. Surely that ought
suffice. No treasury system can have the
first element of safety which receives
holds anything but real money. That pro
vided, the provision for safe custody becomes
simple and practicable.
It is simply ridiculous to suppose that the
people of Ohio can not pay their taxes
specie; or that the financial equilibrium will
be disturbed by holding tho small balance
which, under the present laws and prospects,
the treasury cun have on hand, in coin. Yet
what party dare come to this point?
shall have impotent attempts ut bank paper
independent treasuries on one side, and
bonk depositories on the other, and between
the two the only prospect for the treasury
goose, is a plucking as often as it recujierates
from the last one.
In a virtuous article on prize-fighting,
Commercial describes bow shocking it is
watch two human beings as they gouge
Due allowance should be made for the
of strong writiug, but the Commer
cial bos made the prize ring a speciality
enough to know that gouging is not allowed,
Th General Assembly of New York,
having failed to pass a general plunder
scheme, connected with the charter of
gridiron system of street railroads in
York city, are compromising with heaven,
by passing law to prohibit Sunday evening
A Presidential Courser.
A lady correspondent of the Tribune
tiuit s dinner at Senator Seward's was
seventeen courses. Douglas -may not be
to beat seventeen courses, but we will
tUt as Mat io rvBx ea sue.
The P. R.
The Benicla Boy has 1een in Parliament
that Is, an attempt was made In the House to
get the Home Secretary to Interfere to pre
vent his amicable contest with Bayer, but
nothirg was done. The Secretary said that
he had called the attention of the Chief of
the Metropolitan Police to the affair, and he
would doubtless tnke care that no brc nch oc
curred In his district. '"
The (Secretary should be commended for
doing his duty so promptly. It is highly im
portant that the peace of the metropolis
should lie preserved; and ns the national1
champions had no idea of doing their little
affair within a hundred miles of there, It is
not likely that the peace of the two nations
will be disturbed by the vigorous action of
Minister Dallas will not act as bottle-holder
for Heenan. lie has looked through his in
structions, and can find nothing in them to
require him to art as bottle-holder in a na
tional prize-fight. In fact, the only thing he
enn find clearly laid down as his duty, is to
draw his $9,000 a year promptly. Mr. Dallas
thinks he is best promoting the national glory
by confining himself strictly to that.
The editor of Belli Ltfi says that Heenan
called to report, on the 22d nit., and was in
rude health and fast verging on fighting trim.
His mug was much thinner than when we
last saw him, and there was an elasticity and
buoyancy of spirits about him which showed
that the formidable task before him evidently
did not disturb his dreams." Heenan then
weighed one hundred and eighty-nine
liounds, and expected to reduce to one hun
dred and seventy-five pounds by the day of
the fight, when he will proabably tnke on
more pounds than ho ever carried before.
Savers will probably fight at one hundred
and fifty-two pounds, so that the difference in
weight is not so great after all. .
In London Payers Is the favorite, at odds
varying from six to lour, to two to one.
Morrissey Is In England, with any amount of
money to bock Sayers. If Heenan wins the
belt, Morrissey is determined to abitrnte with
him for it on British soil, and to that end has
his training togs and trainer along. Say
ers has promised to return with Morrissey to
America in any event of the fight, nnd make
the tour of the American provinces. The
coming contest is the principal topic in the
highest circles. Should Heenan prove suc
cessful, he will be presented to tho Queen,
who is a great admirer of muscle, and but
for the claim of Benicia Ada Isaacs Menken
Heenan, he might be offered an alliance with
one of the royal family, for the purpose of
elevating the standard of muscle in the
Terrible Tbaokdv in Kentucky. A dif
ficulty occurred in Livingston County, Ky.,
near Pinkneyville,, recently, lietween James
Shelby nnd Ous. Alley, the Constable of the
district, which, in point of horror, surpasses
any thing in the way nf tragedy we have
heard of lately. Mr. Alley cuiled at Hholhy's
farm to serve a warrant. Shelby was fenc
ing, and as Alley approached, and while he
was vet in the public road, Shelby under
standing the object of his visit, drew nis pistol
and commenced shooting at Alley. Several
shots were fired between them; Alley re
ceived a shot in the abdomen, which caused
him to get off his horse. As he reached the
ground, Shelby threw an ax, which took ef
fect in Alley's jaw, cutting through to the
collar hone, producing death immediately.
After Allen had fallen, to make sure work,
Shelby drew his dirk-knife and stabbed his
victim through thirteen times.
Five negro prisoners, confined in the St.
Francis County Jail, at Madison, Arkansas,
escaped on the evening of the 7th instant, by
overpowering the jailor.
tr A. A. Jtraria, Clock, Watches aud Jewelry,
N. 343 and 271 Western-row.
aarTry onr H Dren Hat. J. C. Towers at Co., 149
Main, one door below Fourth. niaie-bawtf
'. W. Winder, Honae and HIkii Painter, No.
ISO Third-street, between Vine and Jtaco, Cincinnati,
SWAPFl.rnaTK's Ambrotype Gallery la reauoved
from Broadway to tho north-went corner of Filth
WDaguerreian Gallery, aonth-woirt corner of Sixlh
and Werilern-row, over llunuafonr Drug Store.
Picture taken and put in good caeca for twenty cent.
Warranted to pleaae.
SXSPTiikke-Dollar Ham. Oo to No. 210 West
Flfth-atreet, aud aelcct one of IIihhcrt Brother'
three-dollar llata. Ton will thin nave fifty per cent.,
and procure covoring lor the head, genteel In ap-
poaranco and of durable aervlce.
WFac SmiLE. The Pictures taken at Ball k
Thomas1, ou Fourlti-etroet, near Race, are noted
for their exiiulaite nuinb and durability, together
with their chaw resemblance to tke original work.
Drop in and tee for yonraelve.
SHTIckcii To-nAV. A luperb Lunch will bo served
up at tho " International " to-day at ten o'clock,
ileaer. Bomak Tiehan know how to plea the
public and aalUfy thuae who drop In to lee them.
Their Billiard Saloon la one of the fluent la the city,
and U opeu at all time.
OVExcellext Photoorapm. If you want a life
like Picture of yuuraclf or friend, go to Dewey
Co. 'a Gallery, No. 112 Weat Fiflh-itruit. Their Pho
tograph are nnequaled, aud, when encaacd in gilt
frame, are cheap, being furulnhed for ono dultar.
Uive them a call, aud autltfy yuuraclf of their excel
lence BJIfrRAOia i Co.ThiM elegant aud nuhloimblu
Mercer and Draper on the south-went comer of
Fourth unit Vlne-atrectii nre meeting with groat auc
ceaa. Our citlxena, when In want of Clothing, should
go to Ppraqce's, and they will there find every arti
cle of Clutklug to bo a represented. Drop In, by all
ST I. M. Keeler, No. 13 and li Weat Fifth-afreet,
i prepared to furiiUh the "Anchor Coal Cooking.
itove " at the loweet pricea. They contain the lurucat
oven aud largeat flue of any 8tov in the market,
aud nre auperior to any for all kluda of ouoking.
Tnoaa who denlre a auperior article will plea to give
him a call. There can be no risk uu the part of the
purchaser, as all atove are warranted to give aati
CONE HOIjDTtKN. On Thursday evening, March
IS, at the residence of Mr. O. O. l.mie, wo.ii i i nk
..:.. .U o... V. II Wedt. Mr. f lisrles Cone, of Cm
rliiuail, to Mrs. 'charlotto C. Holdren, formerly of
Parkershiiruh, v a. . ,
iiliTwuS-PAISK.-Oii Thursday evening, at
Disciples' Church, Harrisoll-strect, by K.liler It. Cou
i it - nt..i.....i ....--... In II Uu Ami 1'wiiie.
cl sTKH-WOODWAUD. On the sill lust., at tho
resiiieiioo of Wm. Ariustead, No. II Pearson-street,
by llev. P. V. Ilelaier, Mr. George Custer auu Mrs.
Itachel Auu Woodward.
eight o clock, ol luug lever, nicuoias, luiaut sou 01
A. A. aim vi . ii. uriraie.
Ti.. r.,. will im ..Isee from the oa rents real
dense, No. 7, Bargent-slraet, thla aflernoon at two
o'clock. Friends of the fun'fly are Invited to attend
wilhour further notice.
WAl'OII. On bundar afteruisin, lMth wst
prolrsxliil illnraa, Mis Mary Waugh, of U
The funeral will take place at the resilience of her
niece. Mrs. T. Kawcelt, No. 11.1 lUce-street, at two
o'clock P. M., 1'ith lust. Friends of Ihe family aio
Invited to attend without further notice.
KYAN. At her late residence, iniHyonmore-street,
on Friday morning, alarm m, air. J.aue
relict of the late Mr. Timothy Hyau, aged e2 years,
native of Kin County, Ireland. , , .
I'OWKI.L.-Ou the 17th Inst., a ten o'clock,
consumption, Eunice mine, daughter nf the late Mr.
Kllr.a Powell, agel 17 years and 0 months.
Her funeral will take jplaee from Ihe residence
her grandfather, David Guar, Kasj., in VVarren Cujin
ty, oil Monday, the Kith Inst., at oue o'clock. Her
frieuils and tlusw of th family re respectlully lu-
WllA.Wn Saturday, 17th Ins.. Mrs Call...
rlu. Mill, r, widow of lleury Miller, lateof Lebauon,
O.Tin theiaMhyear.if her age. ..,,..
MOOKE.-At twelv o'clock, M., op Satlirdny,
March 17, Mrs. Ho Anna Liviiujitoa Moors, agsd
atru'iUv( JvbaelvMt. , .
DODD' XPRIMl HTYI.B.
For style ! quality, the Silk Hats we ere making
this sprint have avsr been excelled.
13odd Ac Co.,
mat?-b 144 Walntreet, below runrth.
PAtilM-LBAF AID HTHAW HAT.
A lame stork ol fresh jrissts, nf the neweit style.
Wm. Uodd V Co.,
I hole! llat-delet.
malM I 144 reln-alreet.
WOOL. AtfD Hf
From the loweet -priced (
from Die beat mannfactoii
trailel to the very Bnest,
Wm. Dedd Ac V:,
OUR OWN MARE.
Fin 811k and Casslmdr llata-the new eprlng
shape. Win1. Dodd & Co.,
ma1-d I 144 Maln-atreat.
af--i5,OHIO MECHANICS! INHTITt
fcS A niectliia of th" members of inc. (.
wlilhlThelil on TLK8HAY KVKSINO, Marc
II- n. I.
to discus and lake action on the following reaoln
Hon, iim-red at the lint meeting, vl!
JfewWi-ed, That the hint Hole concur In the recom
mendation of the Joint rnsnmltlee. ana mar we n.
fmlii from holding onr nsual KxNIliltlon lor tnia
anil nnllo In su'tulniug the C. S. Agricultural
If l.nl.1 . ,1.1. nl.M
Every member of tup liutltnte If requested to be
tr-toPE R Fli
ftvA loloKno W
eli'jmiitly put up in boi
lifer, either ity tne quart
l hot Ilea, call I
II ANIlKKltClliKFKXTRACTS-My stock of these
artich-n In complete, liiclwliiig every variety of 1,0
blu's manufacture, and all others of any celebrity.
lll.iwl. -i hI.iiihImtwi, of tlin flueat materi
al, I am manufacturing a large variety, and anllclt
a comparison ol them Willi liioae 01 any outer mauie
I'AI.MKR'S BOAP DKttTRIFIt'K I composed nf
annpatid other articles well-known lor llleu oeuen
riiti action upon Hie ti-eth anil gums. It coulalne no
article that can possllilv Injure the teeth, ami can
comiequeiilly tie ueetl Willi period lnipuiiny ir per
unnofi.ll aR-. HOI.UN l-AI.Mklt,
Mniiulacturer and Importer of Piirlnmery,
maA No rui Went Konrth-nlreot.
Br--E,KENNKIY'et MEDICAI. DISCOV-aw-Cfi.
KI'V la arknowl. ilm d by the moat eminent
phyifrhinn, and hv the nuwt careful drunilieta
thfouBlmut the I'nlted Statue, tn tie the moat cnec
tmil liloml-purltlcr over known, anil to have relieved
more aufterilil, and effected more permanent curen,
than anv nrenarution known lothe profcaiiioli, Scrof
ula, Suit Ithenm, Erylpcla, Scald-head, Scaly fcrnp
tlona of whatsoever nature, are cured by a few bottle,
....I ............ Hi.toml tn fnll Mlrelllltll Mild vlffor.
'ull anil explicit direction for the cure of ulcerated
Bore leipi anil other corrupt and running; ulcer, la
vmpnieiwillieai.il ooiue. rornnieuy
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Losses paid ns wer aa follows i
James Barbour, by M. J. Durham, Agent....ts00 oo
O. A. Armstrong ....-.....-. .. 00 00
James Mtthewa...............-.........-,000 00
George P. Newltn... ..,-......
John Cown Brothen. ...............
J. T. Boyle, for Balterton House..
H. Levonaon ... ...
George Sliorp, jr
O. W. Welsh Co ............
. 613 41
G. W. Welsh ................
0. Beatty, Trustee of Second Presbyterian
Church J.neo oo
C. W. Mitchell -. 1U 00
Samuel Ayre....M.H.M..-..........M...M.M IS 00
IF TOU HAVE PROPERTY TO PRO
TECT, THE jUTNA INSURANCE COM
PANY WlXt. TAKE PLEASURE IN SUP
PLYING YOUR INSURANCE WANTS IN
A WAY THAT MEETS) RESULTS WITH
BEST SATISFACTION AND LEAST DIS-
ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY.
-faf CItIMTADORO'8 HAIR.
M.J 1YK. tiluck Mul brtmii, reiwivt'il nnd fur Mile
by HUHIK, KUKSTK1N
Illllllf-C .pptatsi.o III I tWHIIIIW.
1 fa CASES CALABRIA LICORICE-RE-
MAf CtlVtU anil for sale hy
SL1KK, ECKKTKIS CO..
mnl9-c Opposite the Postomce.
f CAK PUMICE-STOE-RECEIVED
I anil for sale by
8UIRE, ECKHTEIN A CO.,
Opposite the Postomce.
Pills of Iodide of
irk It OKI BLANOARD'S PILLS OF
M-F Iodide ol Iron, tvcetveii anil for sale ny
r.y r . i r. i ti v. v. .
Opposite the Postomce.
Genuine Turkish Tobacco.
TiVP TIAVB JCMT RECEIVED AN IN.
T VOIOK of genuine Turkl'b Tobacco,ln drunia;
geniuue l uraun looacco, in iiuarter-pouuus
THE GENUINE TURKISH GOLDEN LEAF.
Which it cortrtiilered by nmokprn aa the finest Smok-
til if Tubacco known, for naiu ny
ta'IHE ECKSTEIN CO., "
mill 9-o Opposite the Por'tomcg.
La Foune's Nursing Bottles.
rWlHlSNFRSING BOTTLE IS DECIDED
JL ix tmperinr to an oilier, uy u peculiar ar
rangement it prevents the child from drawing air,
as H too comniuniy me ante wuu au oinera,
J tut received and fur nule hy
8UIKK, EOK8TKIN k CO.,
mal9-c (phwlte the Powtoltice.
rov wno want cheap and quick
m. passage to or iroiu
IRELAND AND SCOTLAND
Call at the EMIGRANT OFFICE. Burnet Honae
Bulldiug, corner of Vino and Buruet-atreot.
WM. B. BAHRY & CO.
aWDrafta on tho Royal Bank, Ireland, t to the
HDD, WEBSTER & COS
fflUE BEST, HIMPIjEST and moht
JL aUnraulu Maculae exuui
Call and two them.
80 Wost Fonrth-atreet.
""UHT KKCEIVED, A CHOICE LOT OP
I uuiriirunii ioiin otriiiK. Aiiej
quality nf thi'ttfl tttrlngl has been
thoroughly touted by oxpwrlencpd 4
uuiuriHU ami vkiiihibm, nu pro-
nouDCoa duntinur la every recpoci.
.1DIIN ( Ill'RrH. JK..
muW No. 60 Went Fonrth-rtrefft.
FINE OLD BRANDY, WINE, AI.K. FOB.
TKIl, Ac. Just receivi-d, por shin jfcluud,
ftew tirivuus, s-i quarter casas nue on msuui , i i"i
tin Al.. D. m.i 1'ort Wine; 4 bottles nue Orloros;
Sherry; I puncheon tin flavored, Irish Whisky,
still; 33 casks Kast India I'ale Ale; 20 cask London
l'orter. jfor sale wuoiueaie ana reieii y
Jlfll DA 1 r.c, '
National Theutcr Building, Sycamore-atreet.
9 17 boxes very superior Hpanish Olives.
'lives, for a
wholesale aud retail by . . r. fc
l, aud Branch 2 la West fourth-street.
AliE AND PIIIlTEIt.-JIIHJ. KECEIVKU
2H casks, ouarts and pints, tioolili Ale aud Lou-
l ... uIm u liolMHwIn hihI rntiiil l,v
a HI. IIIIN AI.II A CO..
.V,, and Branch 2la West fourth-street.
KIKN WTARC'H.-JIJWT RECEIVED,
- boxes fresh Cum Btanli. Vor aula wholeai
nil n.lnll hv A. M. tlllN A 1.1) A CO..
umlu n, and Branch mi) West yonrth-sli-eot.
TMAPI.K MOI.ArtmEM. -CMOICK MAPLK
1A Moluasea Iroiu Warreu Connly, (ihlo. at
A A ('(ll.'l KK'R.
ma.1 No. SID aud 321 Mniu-street.
TtXTKA FAMILY FliOt'lI .-!' B A ItKLB
mli tatra lamilj Flour at A. A. COI.1 Kll B,
iuu3 No. .119 and 321 Main-street.
UI1A IIONEY.-TWO TIKUCKS CHOICE
Cub Iluney, fur twle iu Qoautitiui U unit. i
A A (Ull.TKli'H.
Kcm. 319 Mid 321 BU.u-atrect.
A. B. OOLVILLE,
41 EAlT MECtIN D-NTRKET,
nycamore and Broadway, Cincinnati,
' uescripnon oi ouiiiit, i wiiou,.,
pot, aud Track Scales; Trucks,
lteialring done on the ahorteet notlc.
Wisdom at Half-Prioe.
W-kO YOU KNOW THAT J. J. BUTIEE"
MJ IXcKI.Hlcilt AND CAKM1NE
just as aisid aa the toroiicu, and only half the cost
that t list's so. Then be wis, aMM Ml it at one
liUuat, ll TUsMimt. aiau-iw
ELEGANT SPRING DRESS
DEL AND &
INCLCDINO ALL THE
RICHEST PARIS DESIGNS I
Flve, Seven tnd Nine Flounced Robes t
FIGURES, Ve. Ve.
Also a full assortment of Spring Style
Small Check, Plaids, Brures anil Btrlpea, at
60, 61, 75, KIH eenta and II.
FAMILY AM) HOTEL LIXENS!
Superior Linen Gooda, of every description for
aervlo. RETAILED AT LOW PRICKS.
Table-cloths, Napkin, Doylies, Handkerchiefs, Bo
soms. 1,000 Towels, at I1X, 15 and ido. I eitra, 136,
900 Damask Napkins, 11 ' and 13c.
LABOK AND SELECT STOCK OF
ncmnwiTjiTJ nnvco enrtne 1 1
XAoaiuiiaouQ miiiua ouuiwi
New Tahrlca for Traveling Dresses. I
New Fabric for Traveling Dresses
Spring Cloths and Casaimeres
For Gentlemen' and Youths' Wear.
Latest Paris Novelties !
Fire, aeven and niue Imperial Flounced Robe,
Organdia, Muslins, Barege, Grenadines,
Barege Anglais, Ac.
SPUING DRESS GOODS
By th yard, In great variety.
At 37ja. ; regular price, 75o.
New Zebra Spring Cloaklngs,
ONE THOUSAND PAIRS.
Ladies' White Cotton Hosr, at 23 cent,
Much below their value.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES: i
Lac and Muslin Sets ;
Lao Sleeve ; Point and Aloneon Seta ;
Breakfast and Traveling Seta ;
Gauntlet Glovea ; Riding Glove ;
Kid Glovea at fsc. i Traveling Hoods I
Lac Valla) Lac Mitts; Poarl and Ivory Fans,
full variety. ,
New assortment Parasols and Bun Umbrellas.
t mal9-tf J
W. B. SMITH & CO.,
, WILL SUPPLY
School aud Blank Books,
LETTER AND CAP PAPERS,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
NO. 137 WALNUT-STREET,
BETWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH,
i ANDERSON, GATES & WRIGHT,
Eaat Side, between Thlrsl ail Frth-ata.,
CALL THI ATTENTION Of
BOOKSELLERS, DRUGGISTS AND
To their well-AMortod ntock of
Miscellaneous and School Books,
"Writing Papers. Slate, Inks,
All of which hav been aelocted with especial refer,
nc to th want ot th Western Trade, and are
offered at the wry lowest prloes to
CASH OR PROMPT SHORT-TIME BUYERS.
AN DEB. HON,
GATES ot WEIGHT,
No. lt'J Main-street.
HARRISON & WILSON'S
WHICH HAH GIVIN SUCH
Can b obtaiued at all the principal Orocei lea
throughout th oonntry.
I HARRISON & WILSON,
LANE It B0DLEY,
M AM VFAOU H III OV
AND CIRCULAR 8AW-IUILXI.
9rar (Ml Je-s'er-str, QimimmU,
NEW BILLIARD SALOON! - V
(Ceror of Broadway mid Ctlmb.A-fltnHtnt)
TWAH JITMT OPKNKD A ItlXI.IAR f.A
m m. iiijijN.Attcupu to inc ft.v ui.ge,u,piieu witu
Itolzhnlb Sc llalke'et
With Phelan'a Improved Patent Continuation Cnsh
Ions, laid with marine. Thoeo who drop In at th
Exchange will And my Bllllard-ialoon second to none
In th city.
F. PIEPENBRINQ, Proprietor.
NEW AND IMPROVED
SHUTTLE OR LOCK-STITCH
TTIK BErT AND nXJjY 1HACHINKH I
the market anltable for all kinds of uiauulactnr
lug purposes, at the
L.OW PRICE OF
OBOVKIl & IsAKMIt,
SEWING MACHINE CO,
58 WEST FOURTH-STREET
OI7 WTATf! M1 A PTTT'W TTQt-
ODM lliu niivuiiii juu; y
No. a rJewlnaT Itlnchines MOO
. 1 ajewinc Mnehlno. 90
The Family Scwln Machine A 8
The Famllr 8ewin Machine S3
Cincinnati Office, No. 8 East ronrth-street.
fell-amlilp J A III Est HKAHIKIN, AajBnt.
TO ALII. WHO WAN X'
THAT SUIT TI1KM KXACTLY TJIY A PAIR
AND YOU WILL i)K I'LlsABbK.
I select Ulassns that I varrnut to Rive eatls faction.
HEMIY WAKE, Optician,
No. T West Fonrth-stroot,
Hlpin of Large Gold Spectai les.
ESTABLISHED A. X. 1838.
FOB BURNING AND LUBRICATING.
(Free from offensive odor,) at
IV o. 9 7
Wnlntat-Btreet, Cincinnati, O.
THE WIDMCRIBERM imyitjs a
I'ARATIVK TH1AL with any uiauuliictunug
estahliliment In America. -
W e warrant onr Ulls lo tie eqiuii, u u. ,.-. , w
am- lu the market. .
We Invite tuoee in me ciiy auu .1111117 w
examine for themselves. ...is.i...
To persons orilerinff rrom n nistaiivu wn..u"
guaranteed In all cast's. Address
A'. O. HODKEm'. Treasurer,
Kanawha I'. O. M. Oil Man. t.'o.. .
d,.2S 9T Walnut-strii't. t'iiicliinall.
THE rJUB!HCRIBER9, FOR THIS BUT;
TBU accommodation of their customers aud
the public genorullr, have removed thoir sales-room
Store No. S Burnet House.
Of any description of Architectural or Ornamental
Wrunght or Cast-iron Work, will do well to cull.
MACY, RANKIN & CO.,
nianafcetorr- Corner of TAm and Pearl-Ma.
FOR 1860-NOW READY!
j q .TOWERS & CO.,
NO. 14tf MAIN-STltEET.
f-An Inspection solicited. malii-ama'lp
SPRING FASHIONS FOR 1860!
CINCINNATI FUEL COMPANY,
COAL-YARD AND OFFICE,
No. lOB K. THIBD-STBEET.
AND CANNELi COAIS
Delivered at the lowest market rates.
"Order oliclted and pronipllv executed.
ia7-am W. M. Ill BltBI-L, 8ecreUry.
miooiiE'M :io wEWiNfJiAruiu or.
.LVl. t'ICK reinoviHl lo No. ! West 'ouiih-trei-t.
Call aud witness the opeiiitlon of the best iamlly
HewliiK Machine lu use. AgenU wanted. ,
II. t . lll'lt I MAN,
Bol nd exclusive Agent ror tho tutted nuiios.
.THIr4 PR E P A R A T ION," KTATEH
M. Dr. Clelaud, "is a powerful autuciil, and
probably the best wo havo. It Is atrotiffur and more
Sleaaant thau Magnesia, aud does not weukell the.
iimstlon like tho Alkalies. Au exeolli'tit Tonic or
th alimentary system in nyspepsia." For sale by
.1 iiLin'r liiiun
mall 8. W.cor.EIhlli-st. and (iitial-aveuue.
RVANeVS TIIIITIItrmi DlTOPrt-
renared from the roeiiie of In oelelirated
Airlcau lVnfiMt in 1'arin will
cum th iiiunt
VIolMllt TtMltllaUllO lllrttniitHllfOlllly
ALU Is 11 uuno, lrriiKKiKt.
ma 13 8. W. cur. KitflitU-it. aiiU VHtrul-n Tciine.
HARRISON & COLLINS'S
svusiu II. RW-niVIt lltl.l.KRY.
V coruor of tTltlt and Western-row. IMiotoKieph.,
Meliiluotypa aud Alubrol nea taken cheaper tlwu
elsewhere Tu tho olty. Oil Colore;! 1'hnii graph
made of all slices, from lire to the smullest niliit iiili e.
Pictures neatly set iu Loi kets, Uruasipiiu, i iUacr.
rings and t,(agU. AU work warrai.te.l.
friU-tt Ai ti LWMi Aftltli