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The Guthrie Grays.
This spirited corps of citizen soldlary, will
,jfoppr to dny in honor of the occasion of
hich it is the tinnivoraurj-.. Ths Guthrie
nys wer organized on the 18th of April,
n4, and made their first appearance on pa
rade, on the fourth of July of tho same year,
with twenty-six men bearing muskots, and
oommanded by Capt. P. N. Guthrie, a gontlo
man who previously gained a high reputation
1 for courage and conduct in the Mexican War,
and who has since dooonsed. As commanding
.0 oftlner of the firaya Cnpt. Guthrie was suc
ceeded in July 1850, by Capt. T. T. Swift j
and he, during tho inmoyenr, by Capt. Vt, K.
Busley. With a force of sixty men, the Greys
held therr first encampment at Lebanon July
I860; and in the following July, with a force
( ef eighty men, at Middlctown. At proer t tlio
Greys constitute a battalion, with the follow
ing officers j Cnpt. D. E. Eng.irt, 1st Company,
Capt. J. V. Guthrie, 2nd company, and hare
;j a lorce of one hundred nd thirty-four men,
rank and file; with numbers constantly in
creasing, a treasury out of debt a property of
over four thousand dnllnrs in value, and camp
equlpago and armory unsurpassed In order
and completeness by any in tho west ; and it
is not toe much to say that they prido them-
j aelves upon tho goodness of their conduct and
a bearing fitting for gcntlomen and soldiers.
Under such auspices, with such uion and
,! aueh a history it ia fair to wish for tho Greys a
future that shall resemlilo tho past,
PlKK'a OPKn.i IlniMK. Besides n most stately
and graceful building, whose exterior is an or
nament to the city, Mr. Pike has provided fr
Tyhu amusement and improvement of our citi
' ' 'tons, tho most elegant tlicuter in Ainericn, and,
it is said, in tho world. Nowhere will music bo
invited (o occupy a mora liivurioiis habitation,
and nowhere will those who wait upon her cu
cbantment be more choicely accommodated.
(This undertaking has been to him, to all np-
.penrnnco, a labor of love. Ho has literally done
it regardless of expense, and it is to be hoped
lunt his public spirit will he appreciated as it
deserves by his fellow-citizens. The entertain
aeot of to-night, by which the building is to
tte dedicated, will bo such ft one as was never.
iprobably surpassed in elegance and complete
ness upon this continent,
Fkke Fioht. A free fight took place yes
ierdny shout one o'clock in a house of ill-fame
I en tho North sldeof Fifth-street, near Western
.' Bow, in which some ten or twelve men took
1 part. It appears that a man named Thomas
Wiggias together with his companion were sit
ting quietly in tho house, vhen a party of
railroad' men entered and commenced an on
elaught upon thorn with ale bottles, chairs,
; pokers, spittoons, Ac. We understand that
things progressed finely until the arrival of
rf Lieut. Cook, of the police, who put a stop to
the amusement by arresting Eugene Townsend,
t 'Thomas Wiggins, Margaret Brady, Ann Green,
vad Elizabeth Finney, the latter of whom is
the keeper of the brothel. They will under
go an examination bofore Judge Frudcn this
Relief for Aniioch Cullrok. Rev. Dr
. Day announcod from the pulpit of the Uni
tarian Chu.-ch, Sunday morning, that he was
in the city for the purpose of receiving money
.to assist in the purchase of the above-named
Allege. He stated that already $27,000 had
bet subscribed by Boston, and $18,000 by
INew York, with the provision that the remain
ung $9,U0 could be received in this city,
Louisville and St. Louis before the first of
April, at which time the property is to be sold
The Trustees of the College, we believe, have
:a claim upon the building which will be gufli
loientin connection with the above to secure it
SfBtnrs, probably Fatal Accidknt
man named Joseph Hanneman, who was at
wrork upon a building on Linn-street, a few
doors above Sixth, fell from the upper story to
4'k eallar, striking his head against a stone
anu' several? fracturing his skull, breaking his
ribs ."W&QthfrmisQ injuring himself to such an
v extent fco W heard from him last
' tot. '47 aflsrnoon it was feared he
could notrec- H resides with his family
1 on Everett-streot.r
) Yestorday morning fo'rty-fivo cases',' moat of
' thetn hard ones, were Uisposod of iV uis
4 hnni. JinlffA Prudcn. Tbo usual number
, K." rofessionl loafers occupied tholr space with
' 'Out the bar whilo the usual professional jurors
maintained their equanimity and dignity
; Pat Me. Douough a strapping Irishman put
' his better half's peepers In mourning, for
I , "which he was sent on broad and water diet for
! tthree dnys, and Mrs. Mc. Donough was fined
$3 for originating tho disturbance.
Thomas Foley unfortunately allowed his fist
'jto run against the countenance of Maria
' . (Brown, Thomas was sentenced for ton days,
f f t A number of vagrants, bloated, bleared and
destituto were sent to the city prison for 30
Jos. Bicknell was arraigned for destroying
V ' Cthe property of Miss Emma Stanley. Joseph
was on a huge spree and terminated it by
imashing Emilia's windows and getting him
self in the watch house.- He was let down
aently with a fine of $10 and costs.
y James Hickey for assaulting and beating
Ills daughter, about 13 years of age, was held
to bail in $100 for a hearing: to-day. 1
Edward Cuatello was arrested for stealing
taw log, but proving a good character, and
also the right to take in out of the wet drift
wood, he was discharged.
Mrs. Sarah Oaldstein was placed upon the
bench for making a violent demonstration up
on the person of Mrs, Rebecca llyuian.
appeared by the evidence, that both of the
parties were to blame, both used rough lan
guage, and both felt disposed to fight, so
' ourt let tnem re'ire hy dividing tho costs
tha mi between them. ' ' '
'. j' A nuwbsr pf petty oases, drunkenness, as-
'saulU, (t'O., irre tlixposed of In the uaual
Bummr' SAi.KSrf Six pieces of property wore
offered for rulo by tho Sheriff yesterday, three
of which were sold, viz:
Lot east side of Elm street, south of Pearl, 20
by 60 foot, appraised at 3,500, was told to Ed
ward Proston, for $2,400,
Leasehold lot cast side of Western row, com
mencing 50 feet north of Mason, being 30 feet
front on Western row by 150 deep to Providence
street, Appraised at $7,300 for leaso and Im
provements, sold to J. II. Kroger for $4,800 07.
Lot 20 feot front on north side Eighth street,
rear Elin, 00 feet deep, appraised at $0,000, sold
to Thomas G. Mitchell for $0,0.11;.
luo s-ttondanco Was somewhat larger than
usual, and the bidding, on the lust-mcntioucd
piece especially, was quited spirited.
UAbhkst of RnwniKs. On Sunday morning
ttio houso or Mary Gibbs, on Seventh, ncorCul
vort street, was attacked by a gang of rowdies,
and tho doors, windows and furniture put
through a process of demolition. Tho police
captured tlvo of the belligerent individuals, viz:
Erastus Collins, Patrick Turner, Win. Potter,
Thomas Williams and Georgo Matthews, who
woroheld to bail yesterday morning before Judge
Prud en, in the sum of $200 each, for an exaiu
A little girl about five years old, daugh
ter of Mrs. Jane Wilson, residing on Elm street,
above Twelfth, wes iun over yesterday morning
by an express wagon, and so sciiously injured
that her life is despaired of.
Evfobpemext op a New Law. His Honor
Judgo Prudcn, yesterday, gave the City Clerk
a copy of tho now law, which denies to the
police tho collection of witness fees. It Is
thought this will cause a decrease in the num
ber of arrests at least those of a more frivolous
Saltonstall'H l-'lre and Water Proof Ad-
hefiiva anil Klaslir
COATING FOR ROOFS,
THE rhciutt'Nt nnd niiMt diiraltle (-online 1W Mi'tnl
nri'anviw Roof vwv nei). Wiirmnteil tm witliHtunil
tho MfVeivKt It'stN ul tho hcitt.rolil or in in, of liny rli
iiuiti lor ten ycHiri, mill ivm:iin iHTi.'.-tly iiiumm-vImim
to Y(itr. It will not itH'lt, ci'iick, wunIi oihiuIh oil.
For now ui old im'tul roofn, or for onnvits root's it in
M Usr cent. t'liuiiiuM' t linn nnv other roiitinii. hiMnl for
Humplt-H nnd ciii nlniH with rt'lVn'mvi.
e will m-II Mtiui' iwi. I County KmliUin mot ortlio
Wfstfitk uiid all the S-uitlifi n Sttituti.
F. HOYS & ('!., Sole AR.'lits
00 West Fourth Ktrevt, tMiit inimti, i).
Dtt. G. W, Pit IliT.I I'S'
Maic Conf?li Syrni
IH the onlv reliiihle reinedv for the rnoid mid n-r.
iniinent cure of Coughs, Colils. liiMuelrii, HronrhitN,
HiHiitinu-coiiuh. (JrotiD. S-oe 'llirotit. Hleeilina Lino's
nnd nil iliseilseKof the Thl'Out, T.llims timl I'hest. Tlii
renie-lv is snfe. reliable, it ml the only out Unit hits
proveil Itself n universal remedy for nil :he Hlmve ili-.-enscH.
The testillloniuls puhlished nrd from olirliuM
dlstiliEUislled citizens hero lit hollle. who hiivil heell
cured hy its limbic power.
From Hon. J. W. rhapmuu, JimIxu of First Jiuliclul
Madison, Ind., lsss.
Pr. Gr.o. W. Phillip. Cincinnati, Ohio: Ilnvina
iiki-iI iievoriil Riiiull lii-ttles of vour op.tyol. Kvrlin.
personally and ill my tumily, ami having suen it el
iecu on others, iu numerous instances of severe cold
and coughs, 1 niont chut-rfully recommend it iisnn in-
lallioie remeiiy ill ail such cases. 11 huh nyrup vcr
in general use, I confidently believe u lurge nugority
of the colds, accompanied by coughs, that now termi
nate In Consumption, would he effectually urrested.
In lact, I can see no necessity tor tiny, vvno can obtain
this remedy, lielun thus utllicted.
KesiH-ctiuuy yours, J. u.uu.r.HA..
Laryngitis Cured without Faith.
From Rev. Jus. Brown, Minister of the Reformed
Presbyterian Cliurcli, Slauison.
Dr. Geo. W. Philliph Dear tiir: About a year hko
Thndmi attack of LnrinaitiA. to which 1 have been
niibjeut for a number of yeam. Learning that tit in
was the, tact, you nauueu mu n uottiu ot your Cough
Medicine. Mycoiilidence inyoiir ui-eparatiou wim, I
coufcsii, not great. Nevertheless, aj it wan Innocent
and could do no hurm, 1 whh Imluced to try it, ami I
am happy to say, with entire miccch. it not only
cured mu then, but I tinvohad little or no affectiouof
the kind aiuce. ThU atatement is cheerfully given,
vilth the hopo that othora may ho Induced to follow
uiy example, and receive the name benefit.
Iniu yours,&c., JAJlliS BltOWN.
Read This, Also.
From Hon. B. Storcr, LL. 1)., Judge of the Superior
Court of Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, Dec. 5, Is.'.
Dr. G. W. PiiiM.irn Dear Sir: Your Cough Mix-tun-
linn been lined with great muccchh In my family. I
believe it to be a niOHt aafe and eltleaciotlK procuration
for thecuro of ordinary colds, as well as ot chronic
affection of the throat and lunj. Many of my
iieighlHrrt, who have felt the good ctfeetsof this med
icine, assure me tliut they regard it wfth great favor.
DR. G. W. PHILLIPS,
Sold Wholesale hy Siilre, Kcksteln & Co.; John D.
Park; Geo. M. Dixon; A. Tofel; Alleu & Co.; Gordon
& Bro.; Eiiw. Suinluu & Co.; J. i. C. llcakirt, tool by
Druggists generally. Ut
Samuel A. Sargent,
No. Apollo lluildings,
Cornor of Fifth & Walnut HtH., Cincinnati, O.
Th undorHlencd ili'votos Mm on tiro nttontion to tho
lmyinff una hpIIiiih of Jtinl Kxtute in thitt t ity nnl the
niljoinf' : coimtiin iu Ohio linlinnn, Kentucky Hint
tho Wt'ufora iStutod on coiuiuiiteitm ut roiutitiiuhlo
niton. 1'crnunB hnviiiff sm li proMTty to will, will tiud
it to thfir advuntnfftt iu Hpplyiiiv to mo, at applira
tions uro coiirttiuitly hiiuUi fi- nil the dillorent
klmU of jiroporly, uitd no rhuro U made for Htlvortl
Hing or fir any other cxpoum incurred in e(1trtti
hi-1 1, unh'M a fiilp iricfltxMtMi. i'artlt'i wihlihiK to nr
chiiHo, will find it to their ndvantiiite, an they can
lenrn in half un hour or lens what would reiiuiro
woe k a of time nnd labor U ucconipliHh, riciully
thoMe winhiiiK to purclumo Kurniti or Country l'mo
erty, as conveniently Hrmuded. lriuted decriptioiis
aro Kepi 01 uu properly ior ttaiu
44 SAMUEL A. bARUENT.
Billiard Table Manufactory
S. M. BRUNSWICK & BRO.
Cnnililim'tin Patent Cushions, Pntont olitaincd Pec,
1S.')7 app'ovi'tl to lio tlio best I'utont Cushious ewr
' luveMted by all the scii-ntitto I'luyers.
A Inrne assort iuiit of Miublc Hlutn ami Voodnn-Top
'i'ulilcs alwur on hnnil unit rimily t'ur sliiupiiiK
at a moment uuticu.
OJJire, Aro. 31 .S'lV'A ttrrrt, bit. Slum f- H'iihiii,
OINt'INNATI, OHIO. Ill)
B. P. BAKER Si CO.
Wholesale Grot'em a lid Commission
Nos. St and Wuluut street, corner Second,
BKNJ. F. BAKnt. OB V. K. H.lkKR, THUS. II. WKIUIIT
PULLAN, IIATPIKLD & BltttWN,
Nos. a M OolnmbU (orSocoml) Stwl,
Between Walnut and Vine, Ciiieliiinit I.
l'rom No. 19 to No. 30 Ougt ,
And all sizes In general use, for sale at M AXVKAC
Tl'RKKS' PRICES, br
JOS.W.WAYXl A: CO.
Dealers In Hardware and Metals,
No. 10i MAIN STHIJET,
OPPOH1TK FirTU-BTUEET MARKET HPA(!K.
T. J. W1M.1AMII. JAM. rOBU.
WILLI ATIS & FOllll,
WHOI.KKAI.il PIA1 THU IN
Hats, Caps, Ladies' Fancy Furs,
Straw Coodi, Children' Fancy Hati.
12J MAIN WTUKtr, CINCINNATI, O.
Truth Will PrevaU TesTuiosr or a
Cu.ci.nk Ail Mercham. The following letter k
from ono of our well-known merchants. What
ever he indorses must bo of sterling value. It
is well worth reading:
CINCINNATI, February 13, 1859.
About a month ago I called ot Dr. Aykr's
" Throat and Lung Institute," 30 West Fourth
street, for treatment for Tonsllitis and Chronic
Inflammation of the Throat. The tonsils and
uvulii (or palate) were so much enlurgcd that
there seemed to be but one course tu pursue, end
that was to ciif them off; this I had been told by
other physicians, who bad also candidly told
mo they could not cure me. Dr. Ayer Hindu u
careful examination, and pronounced excision
mmtrtMnrg, and prescribed Medicated Inhala
tion and topical applications, with general treat
ment, nnd tho result Is a jirriet triumph t Tho
inrltinimntion bus been allayed, and the tonsils
and pnlato reduced to their natural size end po
sition. I now havo no soreness or difficulty
whatever of tho throat, and feel tlmt f am how
I cordially commend Dr. Ayer as a skillful
and competent physician in his speciality, and
worthy of nil confidence. His mode of treat
ment is rational, pleasant, and certainly in my
case successful, and I have every reason to be
lieve tho Doctor is equally successful in allnthcr
cases while I have been under treatment nt tho
JOHN H. DETERS,
53 Fourth street, bet. Vine and Walnut.
STILL FURTHER EVIDENCE.
TESTIMONIAL WORH HAVING, FOR DR. AYER'S
TIHltlAT AND I.UNd INSTITUTK, 30 WUST I'lll HT1I
Via commend tlio following letter to our rcud
ers. It U from tho Pastor of tho Park street
Chanel of this city. It lolls its own story :
Cincinnati, February 15, lSoll.
After sufTcrinj; moro or less with nn niroction
of the throat for some, twolvo months, accom
panied iy catarrh In tho hcml, in chronic form,
and after having used a variety of remedies,
with no further benefit thnn tetniornry relief, I
placed myself under the trcutnieut of Dr. J.
Winslnw Ayer, No. 3i) West Fourth street, and
now I tako pleasuro in saying that such bus
been bis success in treating my case, that I can
cordially recommend him to tboso who may bo
Miflering from Chronic Catarrh of tho head, or
diseases of tho Throat and Lungs.
JAMES F. CHALFANT,
Pastor of Park street Chapel, Cincinnati, O.
lr a Splendid Picture of any kind
or si.c, go to Hall A Thomas. Their pictures
are celebrated nil over tho country. Don't for
get tho No 120 Fourth street.
14. II. & W. 11. Coleman. This enter
prising firm has just received a lurgo importa
lion of fino Wines, Liquors and Cigars, imported
expressly for this market. Having within tho
last fe" weeks materially increased their facili
tics for doing business, by increasing their stovo
room to twico iU former capacity, they aro now
prepared to receive and fill orders to any amount.
Tho long exporienco and high standing of thefo
gentlemen is suflicient guuranteo of tho quality
of the goods offered to the trade by them. In
connection with their wholesale department,
they have also a fino lot of bottled Brandy,
Wine, Bitters, etc., for medicinal purposes,
Thole purposing an immediate purchase of any
thing in their line, we would uuthorizo to cnll
and exuniino their stock. Nos. j and 7, uuder
Burnct Houso, Third street.
Harlan's New Alabastiinn Picture 1m
becomiug a great favorite, among tho people.
Cull und see thciu. 2taw
tlty Hosiery Store. J. B. HoUnos, Xo
12 Fiftu street, is now receiving a lurge and ex
tensive stock of Gentleincus' Furnishing Goods
direct from New Yolk. A better selected sto.
of tho above-named goods can not bo found
tbc city. Holmes advertises X X collars, a neck
handkerchief which is something new, and or
dcrcd, no doubt, expressly for tho bcuufit
those nice young gentlemen who unticinate at
tending Pike's bull. We venturo to sny that
thesa XX's, if not used for tho toilet ujion that
occasion, will leave It incomplete.
do to J. Trecliard's Scouring Kblab
lishment, 15(1 AVcst Fourth street. 3tnw
Sulre, Eckstein & Co. This enterprising
firm is now receiving for tho Spring trade
largor and better selected stock of Drugs, Wed
icincs, Perfumeries, etc., than has ever before
been intro'duecd into this inarkot. Oivo them
cull. Corner Fourth und Vino streets.
J. Applepate, on Ilrondway. below
Columbia, is now getting up the best and cheap
est pictures in tho city. His pictures always
please. Try them.
'The UnUinjdlullcry, now under the su
pel-vision of Mr. Stillinan, Is ono of tho best
the city. Stilliuan's pictures astonish tho na
tives by their beauty and cheapness. Don
forget to give them a cull. Xo. 1-10 Fifth street
James W. n, Kelley has Just opened
new China Store nt No. 125 West 5th street
Our readers should remember this, especially
tho ladies; as his stock is all NKW, and hlspri
ces such as defy competition. White Iron
stone Tea Sets, of new and beautiful shapes
for three dollar. Tumblers at only Jifty cent
per (Intent and othor articles in proportion. II
location is on the south side of Fifth street
near Race. Every new housekeeper, as well
as every old ono, should visit Kolly's new Chi
na Store, No. 125 Fifth street.
For a nlre colored Photograph, af
reduced price, or a fine Molninotype of yourself
or friends, go to Carpenter, No. !$ Wont Fifth
stroet, between Main and Walnut. . Satisfac
tion always guaranteed.
J. C. lMiigwalt it Co. bhuwed uu yes
terday a now contrivance for sweeping carpets.
A child could truiidlu it about upon tho ciii'pot,
and thereby be kept out of mischief, und
the carpet clean at tho sumo tiiuo.
Porter & IIoa, No. KM) Fourth klreet,
having recently increased their already ttiuplo
facilities for the taking of pictures of any
lire now prepared to execute thorn in astvlonnt
to he excelled in the city, lllvo them a cull.
fell 111 It o & Co. are now receiving'
lurgo and extensive stock of goods, to which
particular attention is culled,
See advertisement of J. C. l.rwlu
CJorpcoti Spcctaclc.a-Tbe illumination
of the Opera House on Saturday night, In or
der to. todt the porfection of the miles of gas
fixtures which tortuously thread their way
threugh the var-t structure, resulted in a per
fect success. Messrs. Mcllonry k Carson, who
superintended the illumination, commenced to
light up at seven o'clock, and as tier after tier
of chandeliers nnd brackets sprung from dark
ness into light, the wonderful harmony nnd
beauty of the grand interior gradually devel
oped Itself to the spectators, each of whom ap
peared to bo lost in a dream of delight. But
when tho thousand jests of tho domo and grand
cornieor flooded the gorgeous frescoes of tho
ceiling with their effulgonco, tho scone appear
ed no longer to be ono of reality, but the re
alization of ono of those glittering creations
of onchantment, so vividly pictured in the
If such an effect can he produced by the ab
stract resources of the house itself, to what
extent must thi.t effect bo heightened by tho
projenco of a thousand lovely women, whose
brilliant dresses, flashing eyes and sparkling
jewels, catching nnd reflecting tho stream of
light, throw it back again upon tho parent
flood. Those who miss this sight on the night
of tho 22d, will have thrown away such anop
pertunity as ruroly occurs in a life time.
When yoti want a place to Live, where
things are clean and neat, go to No. Two Hun-
Ired and One, on Vine, between Fifth nnd
Ten years ago, a More twenty feet
wide, and one hundred feet deep, was con
sidered large enough for nny nniount of busi
ness. Now stores of dniiblo this size are not
considered too large, and they oro getting to
be quito common. Tho stores under Pike's
new Opera houso are 190 feet deep, and the
store of Huntington Brothers Sc Co., 11(1 Main
Street, is over 18(1 foot in depth, and fivo stories
high besides a cellar tinder the whnlo house.
This building i now well filled with china,
glassware, hnuscfurnishing goods, nnd common
Ojiicenswarc, and no housekeeper or country
merchant, should fail to visit tho mammoth
establishment when in want of useful articles.
Remember that in addition to their houscfur
lilshing goods, tho Messss. Huntingtons sell
Queenswaro by the package or repack to order
for tho country trade at prices somo twenty
per cent, less, than prices current for Qucons-
ware in this city a few years ago. Every
country merchant should remember this, nnd
give Huntington a call boforo nuiklng spring
purchases, orders should bo addressed " Hun
tington Brothers it Co., 119 Main Street, Cin
cinnati." Attciitloi In railed tu the advertise
ment of Mr. Kknrdon, HKi'tit for dinger's Sew
ing MiK'liino Compnny.
J. A. Teniplcton lias reccutly refitted
hi3 new tlalleryof Art, corner of Fifth and
Western row. Ho ia now fully prepared to Dike
all kinds of pictures at reduced prices.
railed to the card of
gnowdeu & Otte.
mid adycrtiscment of Dr
The Xew York Sewing Machine Com.
pany, of which wo moutionud in our first issue
will open their siilcs-rootua, No. 7 Iluruct Houso
building, in a few days; and wo would advise
all thoso wishing to purchase a superior Sewing
Machine at a comparatively low price, to look
to our columns i a day or two for their an
jj.9Sco advertisement of Brown fc Vullette's
For the Nerves. Try Dr. Robuck's Scan
diuavlau Blood Pills Sc Blood Purifjor. Full
and specific directions accompanying each hot
tie of the Purifier and Box of the Pills. For
salo nt tho principal office, No. C E. lth street,
and by Druggists nnd Merchants generrlly
throughout the Union.
Fit time to begin new enterprises. Hughs
and Dorlun J, wholesale jewellers, formerly 01
19- Main Street, celebrato this duy with theiv
many friends by a "grand opening" at their
new establishment, ISO Walnut street.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
Go-eat Through Itoute lor
T Kit It K HAt'TK,
TWO nAII.YTintOrOJITTtAIXS l. avf Sixth street
1 t-p. . I . at il A. At. ami (-Ml P. M.
f. A. M -IN'liIA.NAl'tlLIS. KT. LOI IS ('lllf A
UO VASTKXl'KK.SS. Tlmiiiffhilirvct, imikiug cloxo
conncciiim for all oilier Western nnd Nnrtli-wnstern
lioints. Tliis Train also connects at llii hioonil with
Cincinnati iuid Chicago ltoads, for Andcrxioi, Koko.
mo, Logauiipiirt, ami ull ikjIuIs ou Wahiish S alley
4::lo I'. M.-INPIAAPni.IS, Clr.USO & ST.
I.Ol ISMIillT KXI'ltKSS.-TUiiknvB drains make
ciono conneetions at Indianapolis, l.alnyettu.Hiiit chl
cauo, with Trains fur Torre Jlaute, Springfield', Utn-k
Islaiot, lialeHliui'M. Kcmiohii. La t'rosse. .lackxom iile,
lianvllle, Uurliogtoii, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
llaleiia. tjiiiocy, I'rulrio du Clii.n, l'ana, l'eoi iu,
liuoleilh, Itaeine, Decatur, llloomiiiKtor., Juliet, t.a
Salla, tit. l'uiil,uiid ull louusnudcilies iu the -North.
lAThroiigli Tickots given unit UaKcge chocked
Fur further infuriiintioii ami Throuidi Tickets, ap
ply to Ticket unices, north-eaxt corner of Front nml
lirondwuy; No. ttio Walnut street, near Fourth; at
sooth-etui corner of Fourth und Vino streets, or at
the Bixth-street Depot.
D. Al. MORRUW, Soperliitendont.
Omnlhtc'cs will cull for punseuuei-H by leuviPH thidr
names ut either of tho Ticket Offices.
, W W. 11 8MITH, Agent.
IIIWIN K. UAHT. W. f'l.AIIK llll'KCOX.
Altr At IIICKCOX, Wholesale nnd
Itctail liealers lu tioudycur'x India Hol,ler
tiuudx, ll.e, Mtcaiu Packing and Blacliiue Ilelliuff.
ut Fuclory prii'es. Alx, rich Fancy liuod in ei,y
great variety. Ordcrx fiuui dealers promptly attended
tu. ut 4'.i Wmt Fuiiith sireet,i:iiiciuuati,umli;i North
Fourth street, Kl. I.uuis, Alo. 'J7
JttS.DANIELS RADICAL CTRETKUSS,
M-F tlie only trim kimwn hy wliU-h Hernia run hi
tivutfil on pliitoxoiiliiral iriut'tiitit; it I no, Aiulinmnal
HupjMH'tiTH. Shouhlt r Krut't', tjuH(Hnsitu, Klttstiu niul
Lined Htu 'kliit.', &f. Pih. Pitiiifle iiuiko ft rtiH'cialilv
of tin trout meiit !' nil IMiyoiciil Dt'lniniiUeH. club
Kwit, lK)v-Ijfn, Kinvk-K iiots, M't'itk AnklfN, l'a
lulyrtin in wuattmtr nti t, Hpinul AlfrctioiiM, uml nil
iHUvo nnd hihiitute, No. U WvaI Fourth Htivrt,
rimiiniati, Ohio. its
J. aV t. lllLlKlKT,
52 Second St., bet. Walnut and Vine,
AND lMPIiKTERH (IF
r.iigliNh, French & German Chemicals.
DON'T READ THIS,
And then forgot that you can buy new Hhlrt Collars
cheaper tuau wanning old ones, ut
Mason's Ha Store,
FIFTH ST., nenr V, alufit sole agent for Oent's pat.
eut enamelled Collars, ull styles. .VI eta. per dozen,
or IP.oo per loo. :u
IsOSJti NO 'TIME!
33 ""ST 33 2 33.31.!
Nushvllle Testimony J
Pu. Von Mosi-nzisKFR opernted on ntv frir. and I
tnkifprwit jil-.i'iirc In ciTtifrinij tlifit I have derived
great teacm from hh opM-Minn.
ROBERT P. MOP..
Nai-hvii.u:, .tan. 3, 1V).
For several venrs T hsvclxvn denf. whirh firi-ioln illy
urcw worse. 1 do hcrchy, with utmost nntMsetion,
testify that I linve Ix-en under Ir. Von Moirhzlkcr's
tvpntinnnt Imt one week and my hriiriiiff hs Hli-pioty
ilupiovoil lo tlmt decree tliiit I feel II mv dutv to liim
nnd those who nre slnilltirlT sflllctcd, to ndl-o tlienl
to place themselves, without dolnr, under his eniv.
JOHN II. SPITLEH,
1 1 South Market st.
Knihville, Jun. .11,
For th Iftit twHv rear I hro IWn afflicted with
rising in my rluht rnr accompanied with doafncstt.
Ten day nso I jplw rd tny.f uttdi-r tho trefitnu'ht of
Tr. Von Mnrfr(sl;er. I fmind tuyiielf irrentiv re
lieved and donht notnftori few more t wjH he
rvnnid nnd enlireh- well. With ati-fai'tinn I nM-oni-luend
nil th wlionr snfrcrliuT fmm Deafness or
KliiMine4 not to d.-uiv ptncitiff thimnelven nnd''V the
rare of Ir. Von Mosehrlokfr, an I do flrnilv helifrt
if there nnv Uieaee either ot' the f'yeor Kar that
U cuinldp !r. Von Moifi'liir-ker fan do it.
K. P. HILL.
NnshTille, Feb. 4, KV.i.
NAfUiVIT.I.it, Fell. 4. !".
PFAnSm: Nothinff r.m Hftord ne more plen-ore
tlinn to ofter you my thank for the prompt relief
whirh you hav hnniffht t inv NiKht. Mv pnd.'
sional duties havo hitely wnkrin-d mv ny-i no nuirli
ns iu prevent me nimiMt frmn rendinif in the evruinu,
nnd it wniiwith the vieuteHt eft.irta that I cmild vealty
il.t so; Imt them clfoi U Wi-fe lolluwed on the next iluy
hv lienvv pain In iMith eye and constant intlamm:i
tion, whieli wn the morn tivimr for iiienm 1 nluayn
could wiily make (. e of uiie eye, t the riht one heiuH
covered by n frei kle from infaiirv.)
Your rtt-rivnl in thi city hm been h(hly Twnrllrial
to me, You hnvemd only in a very few day relieved
me of pniii and intliimmation, hut you have nNo
utrenutliened my niiiht, and (irently ridived the
frerkle whirh covered n.y othr eye. All tlii- waa
dtuiew Ithiait itny reHnntloii of my proi'casiunal dot it",
nnd at the expense of Die munt trilliiiK ftnm whirh
ovrrrtmld le puid to nny plivlcinn.
lit expreHHliiH you my nut Hfuct inn I Intend merely
titdo ju.-stit'e to your eminent tkill n Orulil, nml
whenever thia testimonial run he of nny use I winh
you to puhlinh it for vour ndvantn;e, :in on my lde I
will uluay- rontlrm thi.i Htatenieiit verbally.
YmirH, trni v.
PROFESSOR A. FRTSE.
Dr, Moai uziskr.n, St. Cloud llotol.
Wn. 1 hp ondprrtictiod. linvn mi lmMitul tun tit nl nt iiiff.
fitmi th rt'nitatiin wt know l)r. Son Mosfh.iskt-r
nan arqiintMi mm an urunm ami AnrHt, tinu w havo
nlactMl onrwflvt'M iimli!' IiIh irtMiiiiitMit. antl an1 to far
Halixtl.'d that his modi of triMitinir thf KV K and K R
is that of a prnh'Hrtioiial Fvi ami liar Snr"nni. W e
ri'i'ommi'iid ull who art atllirtcd. t'ithor w ith ltarnH-4
or Itlindin'Ht), nt lo tlclny plneinn t hi'imelvt" nndtr
hU tmit at ont o, lo roc4ivo tht full heni'lil of hin Htr
W. II V. SMITH.
S. 1. MrAl-tSTEH,
THOMAS BEliLSN YDKR,
.J. 1. Sl'AlN.
FROM SOME OP THE BEST PAPERS.
Tr. Von Morh7ihkor. as nn Oculist and Am M. lms
a. (1niretl a hiKM reputation. LA. 1 . Herald.
Xo man ha dono moro In rotoriiiK tho Iefto
iifanng nun tng Jfiniti tohignt than J'r. on 3lo?t li
zkor. Balt inionSuu.
vr. 3ioHCli7.isktr fronts tho hvo nl Knr on n now
Modirnl nnd Snrtiioal plan, mid what in worthy of
noi is ino met thai in a Kroar tuinitor ot cutn tno
patifiit, aft or a fow visits to the Itoctor, run tii'at his
own onso hy rollowinff oortain proM(nitnn mul ui
roctioiis. WntdihiMtoh National InUdliK ncor.
Ir. A'on Mow'hzlskor has mudo for hitnsidf it ronu
tation in Now Orleans whirh will iihido with thuso
who linvo Iieon lieuoflttod l-v IlIh oiMnition as loiii
memory lasts, nnd which' ill flnd w ide nH'onitiin
in the community u heiifver his name tmall ire men
tinned. tXew Orleans Picnyune.
Dr. VOX M0SCHZISKEK,
WILL BE AT
THE BURNET HOUSE
On the '25th inst.
8 ARTIFICIAL EYEH INSERTED
WITHOUT CAUSING PATN.-a
Oflice Hours from A. M. to S P. M.
SEMMOxAS & CO.'S
tl E N 1' I X K
Fail not to It end!
In offering my thnnks for the very kind and
iruitiiii:uf I linvo it rnived durinirtho snort iM'tioii
ttrtitiiu! I linvo r reived during tho snort nnuii
liavH l.ts'n in tho city, I fiwl that it would l unjji iitt
ful f.r tns ii.bt tit iilinv tint lrfRMltii llrtHliriUU'M
mv iiimitToiMt Iriondw nml nations, to D:tioin
fuiiafleinnitH nnd doltiy my depart mv. - Tin will
Ki-i vo us mi aiiwir to the many li'ttr rHi'ivl
tho vicinitv and countlf'H, who urtt unvioiiti to iiiuvido
llioini.-hvrt wiUi my lilnHNi'rt. I urn unittlhd Ut kiuI-,
tlmt thfir nuTiln iirt' iwou'iilzcd. and thaw whnvaluo
thfir Kyi nnd winh to SKK, 1)1 i "t'OMi? T SKK,"
Htid punliHri'-l whnr tluw t un ndv will tintko llieiii
out of pliMr t Hdiom to thw tunl t lit milowjiiK
iiiiirkri Iroin t,i pen id no emno-iil iruiii.
h..w- in thin oitv. I Blind' to M". i IM JtlUM ji.iw-
K Kit, who, in hid work ou Optic Hnyit:
" Tint ndiiittnii. in of mti it-itl i-itiiirivanoftj to (Hio'iid
disordered viHimi, is ono of tho mont i-xaltetl nppli
tituiK ui mull uiHiriit-i kiiuwk'uru nr w iviici 01
K.it iiiiiu. TlHuiMindH mul Imih ot thousand
art Kurt'i-riiiK frim dititiayt'd vir.ioiit i iiiisimI hy iuipro
pir list of t lieiin ilaH4'.-4, and what woihltln- Mi.'lor
D4 not elve if ihcytuuld hut ndrac t their hnt wim
htep? Yiiion liun Wt-n. hiodliird.v nml Kiaduaily
iililiiaffi'tl. una iiitTfim-i uio nini m iik imiu.lii iiu'ui
liitH mit (HMu nuddfiilv or foirihly Inouht Indon
thefr mind : hut had tho detW-t romp ut oiiro
thi'in, they would havo htu itma.od and territied.
" TliHi-e cannot ho n u renter error than that com
mitted dnily liy potxoiot enteriiiK into unv nloru
pjiirehafdnff (Jliitmeri without tho NlilitCHt reuanl an
Vlio HiiperU'i'liy ul ino tiuihrteH una aiuiuiuieiii in
II I'JM 11 Ul "Ullin, in Hilt' 11 i 1 in 11 in i) n uu m nn imi"
kiitivvu 11 nv thinir inuri of ontieU than the hiit of
liioiiov he reeclvefi fur hln (ilusup, ur to uet IiIh tno-li
oil at tho leant prieo ho can gut lor them, (.real
jiiiitfiiieiit ami iiisenminaiion ant rejiureti in oriierw
ha aide to jndre of a lens if it 1h jimt in all iu point,
tmu alio w hat lihuMefi tho apidiraiit htioiihl n o. 1
illli rl (d NfU'i'tlMM iilltriMi-ri Ul'U Vl palUUlOllia
nnd fdiould oiiiy n." truston 10 nil oxprn ne.'.i
tnodworltiy U I' I It I A w i 111 per left ami Imilly
(liftHfen, nut Hiieakinn of interior uuuluy, are
tho Kyes what a tduw pii:-oii would ho to thehody."
Mi. HKMM'NS need not ptihlish any lrieo
hhi ItlafuM. hh tliose who have trii-d tln-m
kuov.' fill! well, hud they paid dmilde ihe aiununt
litem they would havo het n cheap at any prieo-
thin ho will Ray, that they art not eharm d moro
tliev are hU ut their e rflahlUdinitint iu Kiiffland,
their .Went in New York, New Ot learnt ami llalti
moro. In reiwntlnc my thanks for the lihoral patron
nifo, ami in HNsiiriiiK all thoe w hit havo not yet
Uu-iuM'lvrj with them, that thid in the
they will have, and that
MY, STAY MUST 111) L1M1TK1),
Anil all who call on mo w ill afford a help to
tophi fur which their Eyes will ever remain grateful.
1 promise in ull cuc to Kite the inmost huiNIuc
Huii eillier in PRU'E or gl'ALlTV, uml 1
"Come to Be Made to See,"
to sAvn your nv
Are Dear at Any
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1858.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton. RAILROAD.
Four dilly trains Iprt the Slxth-rtrt Depot as
A. M. Dajton, Toledo. SanJuiky and Dttrolt
o. A. M. ltlrliuionil, Indlniiupolls nnd Chicago E.T-
S:I0 A. St. Ovnlunilnnil Pittliurg Kjtpivss.
4 M 1. M. Iiio toii, Chlrnvo and Sandusky Night
4::o 1. M. Itirliinoml, Indianapolis and Chlciuo
f'jo P. M.-llnmiltnn Arronunoflfitlon.
Iiiiylon trnius run I ln-t.iilt to huiidiHky nnd Lima
wllhoiit clmiiKo of chi-h.
Through Tickets for all Eastern, West
ern, Northern and North
went em Cities.
5 A. M. Dayton M:ill Trnln For SnrlimMeld, San.
dinky nnd nil points on tluit nm.l. t.onnwl, Ht r
li:ni.'t for Cotiinil'ii-; nrrives nl roluiiiho, nt 12 noon :
nl Clvd.' f.tr T-'I'mIo, Di'trolt nnd Chicaiio. HrrixliiH nt
IVIii.it m 7 -M P. M. Al at t'lydc with trulni for
rli-vi'hilhl. ItnMfilo, e. l'lyiK'ng'Til bjrtlliKtliiill diu.
at r'nnxt ut U':o I'. M.
TliK tr:iin nlso roiiiicrt; nt Dnytnn with Durton nnd
Mi'liiK'in Itntol f i-Troy. 1 i . i , l :i Silny and Limn;
cnmifcti nt l.inm Ur f io t V nyni' nii 1 1 liloti!., r.'rtch
loir I'M'-jom ot lo P. M. ANo, rnntoM'ti Ht D.iytun
W illi Ditytoti hihI VotTn Ititnd fur polnu lxtw,nu
Dayton iiud Iticlimond ; Willi tircfiivllle and Miami
Jto'ad lortlrt't'iiville. I'lilon, Wiio-hortt,'!' and Muii'-itf.
ft A. M.trniu for Kit'liinond comos'tH with Indiana
('t'titi-iil Itotul for IihliuuapolK t'hicafio, Lat'ayttlt,
T'Tl-t1 Haute, St. I.ooi-. and all V'ft.rii ritifn. AUo,
w ith ('itu'ilinuti and t'hit'aito Itoad for Amlorwin, Ku
komo, l.oKannport undall points on the Walawli Val
S:in A. M. Ctcyidnnd and Piltstmrff xpiiM Tla
P.dawar.' I'ut Off --For ( lrvidund Dunkirk, lliitlalo,
Now Vork and Po-uoit. Also, makiM clio coiinttc
tliiintat rri'illlno for PittslmiK, Philndulplila, Haiti-inol-p
anil all Ka.stcrn I'ltii.
:. P. SI. Davton Kxpnv.N, for Handmky, Lima and
rliirairo; at Foret for 'hii'iii?ti : nt t'lvila lor Toloilo ;
at Sanduskv w ith t'. and T. Jtoad for Olavidand, Duu
kirk nud Diillalo.
I lil train al-oronni'i-n Willi Dayton nnu nnrntdan
ol hr Triiv, IMutm. Solnv iiod
li.n.l for l'i
lit Sl.l ll.'V
with tliiMriiiuHon lilt It. iukI 1 Komi I
I lip l-jmt.
4::ol. T. TmlinunitoIlM niol (MitrRro Kxpivm, con
nfclH rI Itii'liinoiiil lur IniltiinupoliH, TiM'rt llftutii unit
St. I, noli. AUo, roimrrlHiit Miiltonn for('liii'Koillol
nil tlol iu the Illinolrt (-nlriil Konl.
;r 111 1 . Jfl. I rum mr icitiiiithii nno 1111 whj niiiiioui.
LonvATiiHton nt 8:31 A. M..:l.1 P. If ., nnd 7:i P. M.
Leave Hamilton nt 7 A. 31., y:l7 A. M.t 11:30 A. 61.,
42 P. M. and i:OiP. M.
TRAINS ARRIVING IN CINCINNATI.
From Hamilton nt A. M.and 12:40 P. M.
Kit.m iMvtnn nt in:.2 A. M., i:.'4lP. M.,and 10:10 P. M.
l-'ni' ImilitT iiil'oi-iiuiliini and Tickets nixdv nt th
Ticket Onices, north-east corner Front and ltroadHity;
No. m alniit-slnet, iH-nr hoiirtn, or ri tno mmm-
eat enriHT l h mirth una inuMtivets, oral tue nixiu
Si root Ueiiot.
—AND— COLUMBUS & XENIA.
On and nfter Monday, Novaiuher 2, Hra, Train
leave Cineinnat i as follows :
VA.M. h.w Kxrarss-stoniMns at way stations.
4:l.i Acomoiatcon For Xenia nnd SpriuKllold,
Ktopldnit at intermedfiite stations.
1 1 1'. iM. Nuiht Kxvnr.ss swpplnn; nt Loretaud,
Morrow, Torwin, Aeuia and London.
Connections are made by the 9 A. M. and
11. 30 V. M. Trains for
ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
The Xionr Expnrss Train, lcnvinir rinriniiatl At
1'. M., run daily, xccpt SATl'ltDAYS.
Th 'Ulier trnioH run dtiily, I'Xtvpt unilayn.
Kor Through Ticki'tn anil nil information apply to
Hip ofliii, Wnlnnt-litriH't Honw, No. 1. Ilimiel
llo tip, Mintli-cHi't t'oriiiT of llronihvajr and Krout
htrr.'ln, ami at llu Knu-rn Iepot.
Ti'iiins run liv ruliiinlam time, which in wren mlu
nt n t'nsti r than t'incinnntl timi'.
.1. Dl'ItAM), Soporiutendont.
Wil5"OmniliU!(lf call for PurtsetuiiT
CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS.
Through without Change of Cars.
Through without Change of Cars. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Two dally trains fr Vlnccniios.CViiro and 8t. Louis,
at i. A. M. and Itt.'si 1'. M.
Three dally Trains for Louisville, ut 9 A. SI., 4:14 P.
M. and M::o P. Al.
One daily Train fur Kyunsville, at 10:.VI P. M.
The trains connect ut St. Louis for all points In
Kansas and NelnHka; llaiinilial, Qulncv and Keokuk;
at St. Louis and Cairo fur Memphis, Vickshurg, Kul
chez aiul Ney Orleans.
line Through Train on Sundiiv, ut ln:.V1 P. Jf .
ItKTl'ltNlNti.-l'AFT LlS'K-Leaves Fast St. Louis
(Sundays excepted j ut 7 A.M., arriving ut Cincinnati
at loil P. M.
Kxi'KKss TnAiN-Leavcs Kast St. Louis dally at 3:10
P. M., arriving at Cincinnati at 7:50 A. M.
FOR THROUGH TICKETS
To ull points West nnd Soulh please apply at the of
fice, 1 llurnct House, corner ollire; north-went
rr..r Vr.mt ami lti-iuttlu-av : Sucncer llouso office ;
Walnut -street House ullice ;' and ul the Depot, coruer
Front and Mill-streets. .
P. W. STIIADKR, (leiieral Ticket Agent.
JWOinnihtiscs call for passengers.
Great Western & Northwestern
INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI.
Distance 110 miles, an no change of cars
between Cincinnati and Indianapolis.
vided Three VaHiitferTraui leave Cincinnati dally, (Sun
days excepted, ) fnun Uie foot of Jilill and Knut HticcU,
tif f.diow?: .'
Flit hi TitAtx. o:2.'- A. M.-ji-hifflSIo mid Xerre Iaul.
Pay Kxpress Throuwh to 'iVrru aute, Lufa'e.rre ktiU
Chicago, with hut oue r)iune oj cai'm. ' ' '
MToNiTi!Ats,4:tr,r M. AccojiuHodRtjonTliei V
1. M. train arrive in Jiidinnapolht at LJ:lo. H.
Tuiltn 'I ha in t.'hicHtfo nml Terre aui .NwJit f x
preftri s V. M. Arrived at I mliaufHxdiii Ht 1 A. AT.
Thi train viiiim throuph froju A uHjiuutti toCci. "
with hut one change of tarM.
The ahovtt traiiiH inako tiobo r otiuc-'Uou ftjt'
Indianapolis, I.al'uyette and f'hffflgo
W I i ll TRAIXH FOli
llo. k Islaii.t,
i'niirie dn Chiyti, Dei atur,
I.asalle, Ht. Paul, und all town and clth-n iu ill
t'ouu'tion are aUo made nt Indianapolis with th
eru ami ludifiunnoliM itullrmtd for Kokmnu, Porn,
Logatisport, Fort Wayne, Toledo and Detroit.
M) He Huro y n nr in tho rinht Tickft Oftlco before
you puichuHe yoitt ticket, and auk for ticket
TlllttPt'tlll TK'KFTS, g I until lined, may tie had
at the I ni, .11 Ticket unices, mirth-wet corner hioatt
wa ami Kruht tivcl, where all iiccc.hmi v iiifurniHtin
can Iwh i.l. A. HAMILTON, Ticket A-ui.
Also, No. 1 Burnet II., use.
VM. M. STARK, Ticket A(?ent.
AImiuI tlio Wnlnilt Sheet lluOKe.
Utticti liuiim liom I A. Jl. lo : 1. M.
If. f!. 1,011 P, Vreniilent.
W. II. I.. XODI.E, lielierul Ticket Ageut.
WILMINGTON AND ZANESVILLE
On nml nfter Monday, Kovemltcr 20. Trniu will
leave lietMit, KuMt I'ruut Him-t, t'iucinnuti, m fullnu:
l'lioir Tuain At U A. M.,urriiiiM ul Zaueuvilleut
C:X I'. M.
Ski iimi Tiiaik At (:1.',P. M.,nrrlviUK at Znevlll
ut lo:.VI A.M.
Hetiirn TruiiiH uwive ill Clncinnnti at 11 A. il. auil
Ui:ai I'. M.
)t TicketH for wile at the Little Miumi Hullroail
Ticket lilllcenuml le(Kt, Kuxt Kront miitoI.
K. liKST, lleceivel' Hlld Blip't.
GENERAL MAP DEPOT, No. S COL
LK(,K JtAtli. Wuluut "troet. K MENliKN
H ALL. MAI', BIHIK AM) 1'KlNT Pt HLlSHfelJ,
Iiim coimtautly ou huuil a law iuioi tuieot of
Maps aud Guide Hooks,
For ull Truvelert.
Maim Kilt by mail on receipt of tits prlc.