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VOL. 2. NO. 13.
CINCINNATI, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1859.
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News and Gossip.
Maeriauk op an Amkrican in Paris The
daughter of the United Slates Minister to
Franco was married on the 9th alt., io Paris,
to Mr. Archer Anderson, of Virginia. Among
those present wero Mrs. Geo oral U'iufield Scott,
Mrs. Cominodorebtewnrt, lion. Mr. hustis and
bis bride, late Misa Corcoran: Mrs. J. Ridz-
way, Mrs. Kigga, of Washington; Coloael
Crittenden, of Kentucky; Lieutenant Pegram,
of Virginia; Lieutenant Kelton, of Penn?jl
Tanla; Dr. Speocor, U. S. Consul at Paris; and
Messrs. oalbuun and Wilbor, Secretaries 01 tno
United States Legation.
Rrwaed of thb I! ea vii. The French Minis
ter of War has, by eommand of the Emperor,
deoided that eaob wounded and Invalid soldier
of the army of Italv shall receive an allowance
of a frano a day, payable every month until
their pensions shall be regulated. Those sol -dies
whoso period of service do not entitle
thein to a retiring pension are to receive a
gratuity of 2i)of. a year for the non-com-tnirsioned
officers, and 180f. for private soldiers,
as long an iheir inflrmi'ie prevent them from
euMiiog tboir bread.
p$S The eccentrio Englishman, who joined
Garibaldi's corps from pure love of shooting at
such high game as Austrians always took out
his memorandum hook and made a note on't,
every time he brought down one of tbe eneuiy.
The result of hit season of shooting counted up
twenty fire head killed oertainly, and ten more
under the head of "oncertian " Am mg otbors,
Garibaldi bad two Frenchmen, mombers of the
Paris Jockey Club, five Americans, a few Ger
mans, and ono Chinaman.
SfThore is o caricature privately circu
lating in Par's, representing tbe Emperor Na
poleon putting a cat, a dog, a monkey, a par
rot, a woman and a servant nil into one bus.
Tbo Emperor Fnincis Joseph looks on in
Rome surprise, and inquires "Que fuilei voxu
la!" "An Italian Confederation," replies
Napoleon, "and you will he so good ns to put
one of yourarms into it." "Very willingly,"
replies tho Austrian, "armed with my 800,000
fiWithin the limits of New York and
King's Counties there are four hundred and
two churches, seating comfortably three hun
dred and thirty-five thousand persons. The
aggregate salaries of tbe pastors of those
churches amount to six hundred and twenty
thousand dollars, or an average of about one
thousand seven hundred and sixty-nino dollars
per annum each.
Tt'AT" It is reported that tho Russians have
condemned to banishment forty thousand fam
ilies of Circassians, who live on Territory tbey
have conquered, giving them their oho ice
between Siberia and Turkey. Most of them
aro moving to the latter country, where they
will bo prepared to fight tho Russians again,
when tbey are on their way to Constantinople.
fiJIo the Theological Seminary connected
with the Illinois State University are fourteen
Scandinavian young men, preparing for tbe
Lutheran Ministry, viz: one Dane, five Swedes
and eight Norwegians. They are under tbe
chargo of Pastor Kbsjorn, Profosfor of The
ology and Scandinavian languages and lit
erature. jgTho Hon. I'. K. Zollicoffcr, of Ton-
nessoo, in a letter to the iialtimore Aineni wi,
denies being a Jew. Ho says: "I am not a
Jew, and am not aware that any one bearing
my name is of Jewish faith. This error may
seem aoaroely worth correction, yot I profor
that it should be removed, and beg that you
will correct it."
33-Charlos Dickons lias given mortal of-
fenso to the Dublin people, by publishing an
nrticle in his new serial, ontitlod "Her Ma-
josty's Irish Mail." A correspondent in
baunders s jttrt i.rttcr threatens to have Mr.
D. tarred and feathered, er worse, should ho
return to give any more of his readings in
:iJ-Tho ruins of "Irainslan," tho once
princely abode of P. T. liarnum whore ha
was always glad Id see his friends, in tbe
days of his prosperity ure being leveled off,
preparatory to a new rcsidonco for tho pres
ent owner, which will be placed oonsidorably
m tuo rear ui nis oia si to.
jJEST Tbe twelve cricket players who will
represent England in the great National con
test which is to come off will loare for tbo
United States on the 7th of September. Their
names ars : Parr, Jacknon, Diver, J. Cie.mr,
Hayward, Daft, Wisden, Lillewhito, Collin,
Lookyer, Grundy and Carpentor.
s8 Tbe St. Johns Ncwi s.iys that the mis
understanding between the Nova Scotia Tele
graph Company and the Associated Press has
been corrected; and in tho future the foreign
news dispatches will corns through as they
formerly did, without interruption.
jSfA Berlin letter of the latest date says:
"The strength of tho King is becoming gradu
ally exhausted; his Mnjaaty has almost en
'irely lost bis intellectual faculties, and bis
death would be a happy release, both fur him
Belf and the Queen."
QETThe Philadelphia Psnys that iftho
Grtnt Euttern makes a successful passage
across tho Atlantio, Mr. Lever, the head of
the Galwoy line of steamers to Xew York,
will have four such steamers constructed as
soon as possible.
fttTTbe vote of Texas, at the late election
for G-vernor, was about sixty-three thousand.
Io 1850, when Toxaa oame into the Union, she
only polled about eight thousand. This shows
an astounding inorease in the population of
Nothing bas yet been discovered re
specting the mysterious'disappearanco of Mr.
Patton, of Lafayette, since he loft tbe Maasn
soit House, Chicago. His friends are making
tbe most vigorous search for hint. Thore is no
assignable causo for his voluntary disappear
anoe. ffi"Tho Tallahnsseo (Fla.) Scntine, speaks
of heavy rains in the wholo ootton region, and
of eomplaints that in all quarters cotton is
shedding its fruit, and the boll-worm at its
work of destruction.
Faimjrs of Locomotive AVorks. The
failure of the Boston Locomotive Works is
announoed, for six hundred thousand dollars.
The company bad sold work in tbs West and
other parts of the eountry to railroad com
panies, Ac, taking in pay bonds, which proved
jiSEThe London Field says it is calculated
in tbo King that Mr. Ten liroook is a richer
man by forty thousand pounds than whon he
landed on the hospitable Bhores of England,
EC Aecording to tbe Keokuk Journal,
Louis Paulsen, the celebrated chess-player, is
about taking bis departure from that oity to
New York, to challenge Morphy to a mutch
game of chess.
John's wife and John were rntE-A-TETn,
She witty waa, iiiduatrioui he;
Bars John, "I earned the broad wa'ro ate;'"
"And I,' sar she, "have timed the tea,"
Tho curvature of the earth amounts to iven
inches per mile. A man six feet high cannot
be seen ten miles.
jjST" News has been received from Fr noo
that the Empress Eugenie is dieoarding; her
hoops, and is about to introduce tight slcervcs.
Mlarshal Folitsicr is sorjously il nf
Air Voyage Across Lake Ontario.
The successful voyage of Mr. Steiner from
Toronto, across Lake Ontario to the vicinity of
Oswego, was attended with some incidents of
peril. His voyage commenced on the 24th
ult. at half-past four P. M., and in fifteen
minutes the balloon attained an altitude of
five thousand feet, the wind carrying it in a
south-easterly direction at the speed of about
thirty miles an boar. An hour later Mr.
Steiner found himsolf at a bight of nine
thousand feot. In his narration Mr. Steiner
Heavy masses of olouds to the north and
nartb-west slowly accumulated, and in mojes
tio silence floated eastward Into their secrets
it was given to the aeronaut to inquire To the
dweller upon earth they appeared solid and
dark, but from tbe side turned skyward deep
caverns were discernible in eaob, tilled with the
sun's rays, intensely, gloriously bright. But
though their presence pleased the eye tbey
chilled the .itmosphere. Tbe balloon began to
dei-eencl. it required the discharge of a consid
erable quantity of ballast ere it was brought
to a stand. Kull further to add to tba difficulty
of the situation, a thick vapor rose up from the
lake, which, gathering round the I'uropa, be
came condensed on her surface, and added
very considerably to her weight.
Tbe balloon dropped down with the weight
of water comparatively near the surface of the
Lako, and was kopt afloat by throwing over
ballast. The Earopa was thus lightened until
she ascended higher than before J. he narra
tive says :
The sun had gone down; darkness covered
tho faco of the earth. It was very oold, and
an uncomfortable fooling seized upon the aerial
wanderer, ilia loet and hands became DO'
numbed, his ears bezan to aobe, and that hilar'
ity, which all voyageurs describe as attendant
upon ascent into rarifled air, departed. By
wrapping himself up, however, he managed to
keep from freezing, and continued on his way.
And now oame an event in the voyage which
well liioh provod fatal. Whon tho sun had
gone down, Prof. Stoiner had tied the neck of
the balloon to prevent any unnecessary Sow of
gas, so that tbe ascending power might be re
tained as long as possible. About eight o'olock,
and in tbe space of five seoonds, ho suddenly
found himself in the midst of an immense mass
of vapor. It was pitch dark; he could not
even see tbe balloon which bore him, but soon
found be was rising with an immense speed'
His attentive ear was caught by the hissing
sound of the gas, which was forcing its way
through; aud, instantly springing into the net
tine, he felt that the balloon was distended to
her utmost capacity. It was but the work of
a moment to untie the string which confined
the neck, and out caino the hydrogen with a
ruah, which had nearly suffocated the traveler.
The clouds disappeared as they had come, and
once more the Europa went calmly on her
way. To the north and north-east clouds were
still discernible, but elsewhere the stars
twinkled in the clear heavens. It wag still
very oold, but more gas having been discharged
a oon genial atmosphere was soon reachod.
About half-past nine o'olock, Prof. Steiner
neared the Little Bodus light, and shortly af
terward he sighted Oswego.
A Bravr Missionary. A correspondent of
tho Philadelphia Lcdyir, who writes from China,
I was taking tea, tba other evening, with a
missionary friend, and was introduced to the
Rev. Mr. Williams, of tho Episcopal Church,
lately front bis station in the intorior, and then
upon the point of leaving for a now field of
labor about Nagasaki, Japan. I could not
but look with interost upon this young man, so
soon to presont himsolf bofore a nation of forty
million heathens, and proclaim tho eternity of
a God whom they had to impiously driven
from their shores more than two hundred
years since. Us was thin and frail-looking,
apparently a hard student, and with liberality
of feeling stamped upon a broad and open
brow. I thought I saw a fit instrument for a
work whioh, to be successful, mutt be ham
pered with no rival feeling of bigotry or roll
Watbr Sfouts. A letter from Key West,
Florida, says :
It is not long since wo had a most mngnifi
cent exhibition of water spouts iu the harbor.
IToin a sinulo cloud in tbo nortbwost wo
counted no less than thirteen, all playing away
most beautifully; probably for a prize trident
or trumpet. We have read somewbero of
twelve water spouts being seen at Malta at
onoe; but Key West has beaten Malta. A
water snout here is a lmost of daily oocurreooe
One crossed the haibor last week, and pasred
within one hundred feet of a fishing boat. I'
took up one of Lieutenant Westoott's buoys,
and whirled it about and about In tbe air, but
the mooring anchor being too heavy, it was
sot carried oft.
A Chain or Cities The chain of cities ex
tending along our Atlantio seaboard, it Is ex
peoted, will show a great increase in the census
to be taken next year. The population at the
last census in 1850 was :
Bangor, 14.000; Portland, 20,000; Ports
mouth, N. II., 10,01)0; Boston, 137.000; Provi
denoe, 12.000; New Haven, 20,000; Brooklyn,
128,000; New York, 515 000: Newark, 38,000;
Philadelphia, 409,000 ; Wilmington, Del., 11,
000; Baltimore, 169.000; Washington, 50,000;
Alexandria, 8,800; mchmond, 2,wu; refers
burg, 14,000; Norfolk, 20,700; Wilmington, N,
C . 8,000 ; Cbarlostoo, 411,000; Savannah, 111,-
000; Mobile, 20,000; New Orleans, 150,000 ;
General Cass is really a wonderful man,
Tho Washington Slates thus describes him:
As we were passing along under that shady
archway of greon branches eastward ot Latay
etto Square, tho other evening, we met tho
venerable chief of tho State Department, walk
ing as briskly and erectly as a young soldier
iust crowned with victory. He was dressed in
a loose summer suit, ana looirea so blltne and
hannv that we could not forego stopping him
in his promenade, and telling him how hale
and hearty he was. As usual, he was most
pleasant. General Cass is always so. We
know no man so urbane in his deportment or
so ready in speech. He really appears, when
in animated conversation, as a well-preserved
man of fifty, although he bas seen bis three
score and ten years.
A Warning to Boys who Staso on Tnnm
Hcads. The Portage (O.) Sfntincl says : We
regret to record that our townsman, Dr. W. M
Prentico, has sustained a severe atlliotion lathe
death of bis little son, Frank. While visiting
recently with his grand-parent, in Boardman
Township, Mahoning County, he wag taken
suddenly ill, and upon investigation the cause'
was found to proceed from too violent muscular
exertion, he being accustomed, like many other
boys, of performing luoh feats as walking on
his bands, standing on his head, eto. He con
tinued to grow worse from day to day, tqe
disease acting upon hit physical nature, and
not at all influencing his brain, until Tuesday
of last week, when he expired. A few moments
before his death he bade his parents, little
sister, and all his friends good bye, and notic
ing the feelings exhibited by them, took the
bands or his lather and said, "jyoor papa and
mamma," and immediately oomposed himself
for that sleep whioh knows no waking in this
Diamond Mines in Arkansas—Pike's
Dr. David Dale Owen, now engaged iu the
geological survey of Arkansas, has published
a letter, in which bo stales Ihnt there is a pus-
sibility of finding dinmouds in certain parts
of the State. Ho says:
During my geological recuunoissnnee this
season in Jeli'erson county, I huvo discovered
larga quantities ol silicilied wood, bearing
east and west, through sections 10 and 17.
towuship 3, rungo 1:1, and it will doubtless bo
found in a correspondine course in manv lo
calities east and west, or south of west and
norm ot east ot these tracts. Along this
range of wood, owing to the peculiar nature
of its metamorphism, there is a possibility of
finding diamonds, and it would be well for
those residing iu the vicinity of this forma
tion to be alive to this fact and look out for
them. If thoy occur in this district they are
most likely Io be discovered iu the earth sub
jacent to the silicified stumps. Their pecu
liar adamantine luster, exet-eding hardness
as well as crystalline fo-m will serve to dis
tinguish them from limpid quartz, with which
thoy aro often confounded,
A new gas retort has been invonted, which
possesses one or tw i uuiqao and useful fca
tures. The objeot of one arrangement distin
guishing the invention is, to prevent tho for
mation or collection of tar in tbo mouth-piece
of horizontal gas retorts, which is a sourco of
suoh groat inconvenience in retorts, having
their heads construoted in tho usual manner
and to this end, this feature of invention con
stBts in so constructing the head of tho retort
as to fit up the lower part of the niouth-pioce,
whioh is always cool and pleasant; also in
clined surface below tho stand-pipe, that any
tar which may bo formed by condensation within
the stand pipe and return into tho mouth
piece may be collected upon the surface, and
thereby caused to run back into the retort,
where it is decomposed and converted into
gas. Anothor feature peculiar to this inven
tion consists in socuriog the boat! of a horizon
tal retort by means of an eccentric or cam and
lever applied in combination with a horizontal
cross-bar, so as to laston the head by a very
simple means. The device is said to au.swer
the purpose in a vory effective manner.
An unmarried man, by the name of Phillip
Fezman, residing about a mile this side of
New London, Oneida County, came to his
death a few days sinoe, by the adoption of a
singular and extraordinary freak. Ho lived
with bis mother, a widow woman, and about
a year ago he took into his bead that be ought
not to eat anything but bread and water, tie
lived on that diet alone until about fivo or six
weeks ago, whoa ho again took a notion that
bis hands were so dirty that he ought not to
eat bread, and water ho would not drink only
as be inspected it in the bucket as it came
from tbe well; and sometimes ho would require
that a number of pails-full should be drawn
before he would drink. For forty-three days
bofore his death he ate not a mouth full, as bis
mother is positive llo would wash his hands
frequently for an hour at a time. While he
lived on bread be would require that his part
should be baked by lUolt, and then no wouia
break off and oat it as ho wanted it. Whon he
became so weak that he could not go out, then
be would carefully inspect the water brought
him. It was a singular frenk. lie was,
doubtless, partially insane, although be talked
Rome, N. Y.,
Sentinel. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
REPORTED FOR THE PENNY PRESS.
Nkw Yoiik, Sontembor 3. A terrible catas
trophe happened yesterday aftornoon nt No.
106 Goerck-streot. At about four o'clock i
stoaui boiler located on the promises alluded
to, which were occupied by Joan J.onch n sr.
iron foundory, exploded, completely douiol-
ishine the building, and burying all bauds
employed in it, fourteen in number, in the
By some fortunate ciroumstonco, howoror,
but one man, named James Shaiv, was killod,
while live others ware moro or lesstn.iurea.
The names of tho wounded men are Edward
Uoacb, Kiward Petrie, William Bernard,
James Taffel and John Stew.irt. Tho ooncus
sioa caused by the explosion was felt for a con
siderable dista'ice, and the neopio in tne
vicinity of the buildup wore fearfully excited
The Strike on the Michigan Southern
Chicago, September 3. Tbe strike on the
Michigan Southern Rond still continues. A
delegation of strikers wont to Adrian to-day
for the putposo ot arranging matters, out up
to seven u clook this eveniog no compromise
had beon effeoted. During tho negotiations
nu trains are allowed to run.
A meotiuct of citizens at Lnpnrto last night
expressed sympathy tor the employes, and ot
fored to assist them peouniarily or otnorwise.
Mr. Bliss, President of tho Road, arrived at
Adrian this evening.
From New York.
Nkw Yoek, September 3. The North At
lantio Steamship Company has established its
new lino to San Francisco, via tho Panama
Railroad, with tho Collins steamers Jtaltie,
Adriatic and Atlantic, runninf! to Aspinwall,
and tho steamers of the Pacifio Mail Steamship
Company. The first trip will be made by tho
Haiti? on tbe 5th proximo, to bo followed by
the Atlantic on the 20 th.
The Herald notices tho arrival in this oity
of the Hon. Grantley Berkly, tho colebratod
English hunter and sportsman. lie intends
visiting the Western prairies.
St. Louis, September 3. Tho Arizona cor
respondent of the Republican, writing from
Tubac, August 17, says that tho express from
Magdalena brings intelligence that tho Mexi
can States of Sonora and Chihuahua were
about to declare for independence, and that
Governor Pesquiera had been placed at tho
head of affairs. For some time Pesquiera has
been receiving large supplies of cannon and
small arms and ammunition, and has increased
his army to nearly three thousand mon.
Zanesvillk, Soptember 3. Tho firemen are
making great preparations for the Stato pnrado,
which conies off on Thursday, tbo 8th inst.
Dr. Galley, editor of tbe Zanosvillo Aurora,
will deliver the address. Companies from
nearly all parts of the Stato have notified the
committee of their intention to bo present.
Bostojt, September C. An Englishman
named Edward Ilumphroys, who, it Is alleged,
is a defaulter to tho amount of 40,000, has
been arrested here. Humphreys is the clergy
man who eloped with another man's wife from
England, as already published.
Washington, Sept. 3. The Department of
State has been officially informed of the rati
fication by Nicaragua of the Lamnr-Zeladon
treaty, after tho omi.won of the obnoxious
clauso objeotci to by this Government.
SEWING 111 III I, 1.
Cincinnati, Office H'i West Fourth street.
rfcF THOSE INTENDING TO PURCHASE,
no desire a personal Investigation of the com
parative merits of these Sewing Machines with all
others in tbe market,
aull FRAKE HENRY, Agent.
G. C. KM FFIIV & CO.
Ladl, Webster Sc Co.'s,
(Late Hunt, Webster A Co.'a.)
No. O West Fourth Htreet, Cincinnati.
These Machines bare been steadily advancing in
popular favor for the past year.andare noweateemed
by all who have given them a trial as the "Ne Plus
Ultra" of Sowing Machines. The evenuesa and reg
ularity, and tightness of stitch made by them, baa,
moro than anything else, tonded to thla result. Added
to this is tbo undeniable fuct of their simplicity and
g.,io of management, there being no baud or cog
wheels, as in some Machines, or leather pads and
"rooked noodles, as in others. Theycommeud them
selves to the drosa-maker by the regularity of the
feeding arrangement, which never packers or tears
the work, by the uniformity of stitch alike on botb
tides of the fabric, by tbelr noisolessness and rapidi
ty; to the tailor by their great strength and durabili
ty, tightness of stitch and capacity for using linen
thread; to families, by tho combination of all these
uulitiea. Send lor a circular and sample of work,
GROVER & BAKER
SEWING MACHINE CO.
53 WEST FOURTH STREET,
8 AN EVIDENCE OF THK SUPERIOR
V of the H uchinoe mauufacturm! by tho Gro-
vor and Baker Sewing Machine (Jo., they huvo over
30,000 in dailynsein manufactories, work-ahops end
lamlllua. I'uuuc pairuDiiKn is tnc ncv evmuuee oi
mnrit. Theao Machines, allko victorious over nreiu-
dioe and competition, now justly enjoy more univer
sal favor tuan naa ever uoeu uescoweu upon any
nlimillactiiriug luncmnes mnaing me simme
stitch, anil Family Machines making tlio celebrated
nrnvnr & lukur slitcli. of 7 ditferiMit patterns, vary
ing iu price irom &4iio ai&i; nnscripiive circulars oi
mnnin,Hifcii(i 11 UHtriiiuiiHoiLuu guluu. vau i nau
on application, by letter or otherwise. je-zu
SltfGEB'S SEWING MACHINES.
Prieet Reduced to $50, $T5, 9110 and $125.
Singer's New Family Sewing Mnehliie,
ThAnrli-nnf which ta nntv S.r0. iaaliehtand eleeant
ly decorated Machine, capable of performing, iuthe
oesiHiyie, an me auwiua oi private mum,.
Singer's TrnnHveras Muittle Machine,
Ti IisbiiIiI at;.t. is a Machine entirely new in its ar
ransi'inont; it 1s very beautiful, moves rapidly and
very eiuily, and, tor l.'.niny use ami ngm inauuino
tiiring purposes, in tho very best and cheapest Ma'
chine over nlTercd to tliu public.
Sincor'i) No. 1 Stnnrinrd Shuttle IHncliiiic,
Formvrly sold at f US. but now reduced to 8110, is
known all over the world. Every sort of work can
be done with it.
Singer' No. V Standard Shuttle Machine,
This is tli. favorite manufacturing Machine OTery.
whero. Price, with bible complete, $125.
VSond for a Circular.
Agent for J. M. 8inger ft Co.
No, 8 EnNt Fourth at reef,
joU-i CINCINNATI, OUIO.
LESTER'S SEWING MACHINES,
r WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
a. tli-Hewing public that I am the sole authorized
Agent lor tne euio ui tuo
TESTER'S IMPROVED SHUTTLE
A ml liniii ! well rcui.,,l,,d with itamcrits. and fauiil
ar with ira oixTution. I tool couHileut that those ID
wHnt of such an nrticle, will givo it preference over
all others now before tho puMic.
I deem It unuec aaiy to enumerate all It" advan
tages, u tbo-o who may wish to pan-hats, will proba
bly pivi'-r to sati-lV tlicnittlvus by personal inspec
tion, wiiiul, limy may do bv calling at
No. Oi Went Fourth street.
V9Porsoua purchasing Lester's Sewing Machine
will receive practical Instructions upon tnem freed
ibarge. All machines warranted.
WILLI Ol LA PH A 31, Agent.
No. 92 West Fourth strtet, directly
Opposite Post Office.
I believe I make the best Lock-stitch Sewing Ma
chines, In tb'a world. If tbe purchaser dons not think
to after six months trial, I will refund you the
S60 AND &2.10,
Price of Machines.
OFFICE AND SATjE BOOMS-TMroctly ou the.
Northwest corner Main and Fourth streets, over
Owen's Jewelry establishment.
IMfAll ldn'lj of riPwing-Miicliint'S repaired, ami
lliht iiiaxhiin-ry iniinnfiu-tiired, ut the Factory, 17
Wiiltint-Mlrect, cornel-Walnut and Fifth.
RfAijentswant' d in other citira tosidl my S''v-Ing-Machiucs.
Address, 1'. EVANS, Jr., Cincin
nati, t. aul'j
t UAKEit CITY:
vro Threaded Double Lock Tight Stitch
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
ALSO THE VERNON
Same Stitch, two sizes, prlco fv:f,7,(10 and 940,00.
The very latest invention nrd tl.'j moat noiscics and
porfeet running machine e.it:it. Tho above named
machines make th same stitcb, o nnilly as well its
higher prici-d ones. On theso midlines we apply the
only Hommer that will turn any width of hem It is
the only onein tne market tliAt is adjustable to fold
any width of horn, with any thickness of oloth.
Persons residingin the country wishing sample,
or Information, by inclosing 3c. stamp, will receive
Local menu wanted In all the cities end towns in
Ohio. Address 3. A. JF.NKS, Agent,
P. O. Box ItilO;
Or call at Bean 8wift's Watch and Jewelry Store,
1.17 Main street, 2d door above Fourth, Cincinnati,
HOWE'S SEWING MACHINES.
E. HOWS, Jr., Patentee of the original Sewing
FOR FAMILY USE AMD MANUPACTTJR.
The Family Machines are well adapSed for tallora
use, or gaiter fitting. Howe's Cylinder Machine,
tor oil leather atltcblng, heve always held a reputa
tion far a'love any other. The public are desired to
examine, and purchase whero best enltrd.
A. T. JACK.SON, Agent
No. 19 West Toarth street, in M'Crackeu's ut
lsUing store, Cincinnati, U. tnyft
BATES OF ADVERTISING
Advertisements not exceeding Are Unas CAgabO'
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Larger advertisements Inserted at the futlowln
rale, for square ol ten nuee or
Kach additional lmwrtion...
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1 ALL IT BRANCUESI
N'O. 8 EAST FOURTH STREET,
Between Main and Sycamore,
ra-Ke-blndine In every style. Music llooka neat
ly nd durably bound. CMOi'F a..
ft NDERSON St HANNAFORD, Architect,
rm. Manchester Unilding,
M. W, corner Third and Sycamore its.,
jyl CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BETWEEN FRONT AND SECOND, CINCINNATI.
F. P. CAUILL, Proprietor.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
the citizens of Cincinnati that I ha opened
mofHi-e at No. laiWcat Sixth etreet, for the treat.
meut of OON HUM I'TION and CUBOKIO DISEASES
geurrallv. Conenltation free.
BMTBesldence, 233 West ITourth street. JelO-cmj
PULLAN A WILllAMSO Jf ,
(At the old stand of Pullan, Hatfield Brown,)
Mo. WEST SJCOND8T.,
iosiph rcliAM, formerly of Pullan, Hatfield Brown
dTM . R. VIT.I I A MHO A. a "
t.B PtTlLAlt. BIO. HATriKU. T.B.Buwa.
PULLAN, HATFIELD & BROWN,
AID AQKNTS 1MB
CINCINNATI STEAM SUGABREFINKM
No. 65 Columbia (or Second) street
tr RcnuOd Sugars and Sirups always on hand.
THOS. H. WEASNER,
l.K.M.tn ix all sinus or
BUILDING LUMBER, LATH,
SHINGLES, ETC., ETC.,
371 1'Iiini Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
P. M. MOORE,
N. E. CORNER THIRD Sc RACK 8T9.,
Orders promptly attended to.
B. KITTREDGE Sc CO.
134 MAIN STREET, CINCINNATI, O.
KITREDGE & FOLSOM,
.15 St. Charles street, New Orleans, La.,
Importer of Guns fc Sporting Apparatus,
AND DFAI.gnS IS GUN POWDSR.
JOHN P. HARRISON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and Commissioner
for Ohio and other States. Office, Sonfh-eaal
corner Filth aud Madisou-stretts, Covington, Ken
FOR STEM CIL JIARKIN G PLATES
33. TO.. POWEH.S,
lvitiWiilnut at , urt. Third and Fourth ts.,
(Next door to tho Masonic Temple.)
El. P. ELI AS'
V, III II i J 11 El ,11 VII DUE
16 West Fourth Street,
Whore can be had every article appertaining to tht
Bnsinoss at a much less price, for CASH, tbaa
bas ever before been offered in this market.
GIVE US A CALL1
And see for yourselves. apI4
W M. WH I TAKER
No. MX N. K. Cor. Fifth and Lodgo streets, betwe
Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati.
A good assortment ofSILVEB and PLATED W AB1,
tU'KCTACLS, etc., kept constantly on hand.
Special intention given to Cleaning aud Impairing
atcbea and .Iwwelry. roylfi
BEGGS St SMITH, No. 6 West 4KU St.
A RE NOW RECEIVING ADDITIONS TO
;3k their Inrge assortment of Watcbee, Jowelrr,
Silverware and Diamonds.
A Sue assortment of Plated Tea Bets and Cutlery'
and Opera masses. 224
D. OE FOREST
Book Binder and Paper Ruler,
Third story Times Building, will do all work In bl
unewirn neatness ami oispatcn
DR. M. ROGERS.
OF LONG EXPERIENCE IN THIS CITY,
Otlice, No. 84, Seventh-street,
TIIIKD DOOR WEST OK VINK,
(Successor to Enowlton A Taft.)
No. 56 West Fourth St., bet. Wnlnnt dc Vine
S. 1. BAMLES.
a. a. saira.
Drs. IIAMLEN it SMITH,
No. 3 Wert St.
DR. 3. WARDLE,
X 33 2KT T I S T
Office No. 138 West Fourth street,
H. S. WINSLOW7
NO. 131 SYCAMORE STREET, BELOW FIl'Tfl,
DR. J. WILSON'S Office, 58 Vest Fourth
street, wh,ra ho may be consulted daily fr nil
Female Complaints, Inflammation of tho Cervix,
Prolapans Utoroa, all iliaplaeeaionts of the Womb,
ttpinnl and Cerebral affections, and other organic (I is
eimoa common to females. The Doctor'a long expe
rience anil recent discovery in the treatment of the
above diseases, can not fail to giro entl ro satisfaction.
The Doctor is agent lor a European Female monthly
Pill; price $1 and two stam pt aulfi-3m
R. S. NEWTON, SI, D.
Office, 90 Weit Seventh Street,
inWMX TIKI AID IAOI.
O. E. NEWTON. M. D.
Ornci-He. o West Seventh street, between Vine
and itaoe. Ulsibesui So. 61 Seventh street, b.
ween Walnut and Vtne. Ornci Ilonas It it-lS
p, M.; I to tx p. u.i i to a I. u.;